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

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T C- 8 0 'Y U' I THONIAS McGOVERN A B Ed M Prznczpal past pl'ESlClCl1f Rhode Island Secondary Prmclpals Assoclatlon Amerlcan Le lon Parent Teachers Kssoclatlon Amerxcan Fedtratnon of Teachers and Natlonal AQSOCIBIIOD of Secondary School Prmclpals llkes to hxke interested 1n Improved standards for and recovnltlon of teachm professlon enJoys readmg and dlscussmg current xssues graduate of Holy Cross Boston Unlverslty attended Clark College Boston Lnnerszty Rhode Island College of Educatlon VINCENT ROBBIO Instructor ln Booltkeepmg and Shorthand Senzor Class Advzser Althouvh Nlr Robblo has been our advlser for only our Semor year he has won the frlendshlp and gratitude of the members of the cla s through the guldance patlence and conslderatlon Vvll1Cl'l he has extended to us treasurer of St Daud s Choral Soclety Secretary of St Davlds Welcome Wagoner member of the North Provl dence Teachers Assoctatlon member of the Faculty Club lnterested ln musxc smvln psxcholovy and entomol ogy enjoys pamtlnv archery and horseback rldlng reads westerns and short stones hkes to play handball and skate enjoys hockey and tennls matches plays the accordion m hls spare time alumnus of North Proudence Hugh School graduate of Bryant College JOSEPH A WHELAN Ed B Ed M Superznl nden! Flrst Y lce Presrdent KIVNHIIIS Club Amerlcan Leglon belongs to Rhode Iland School Supermtendents Assocl atlon New En land School Superlntendents Assoclatlon American AQSOCIHIIOH of School Admmlstrators and North Provxdence Llttle League lnterested ln new school blllltllll s plays softball pre fers lllSIOI'lC3l novels and bno raphres tended Cornell UDIVEIQIIY fNaval Indoctrmatlonl t IT 7 . ., . . . ., . . . . I me - - - , . . . - . , , . . . , D S . -. 3 g y A , . , v g LV . A . . ' . . I . . . , , , ' ' ' ' g , , - . . . , N , . . . U . 1 1 - Q I 1 5 D 3 X 3 ' . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Educationg at- . . . , - ' ' 3 7 ' ' 1 B.S. D - . ' ... . , V M S . , . . 1 n a V. ,N . 9 n . , ,Q . 3, ' , . . -- , - - - l -f l Q. v -. nl g- ,' 1: ' 2 . V . . Us Z . ' 2 ' : 1 N : N V. . 9 li N V in l i HILDA CALABRO A.B., M.A. Instructor in French, Spanish and English . . . member of Christopher movement, American Associa- tion of Teachers of French, Elmhurst Alumnae Associa- tions, North Providence Teach- ers' Association and Faculty Bowling League . . . spends leisure time on pho- tography, music, drama, auto- biographies and short stories . . . graduate of Pembroke Col- lege and Brown University MARIE G. CAPALBO A.B. Instrucfor in English . . . Faculty Bowling League member . . . appreciates music of all kindsg especially fond of art, poetry, the theatre, literature and modern architectureg par- tial to football, baseball and hockey: reads mostly modem novels, poetry and plays . . . graduate of Pembroke Col- lege, attended Brown Univer- sity, Rhode ,Island College of Education and Providence Col- lege ANTHONY CIARLO Instructor in Instrumental Music, Band Master . . . belongs to many music clubs . . . spare time occupied by motorboating and flshingg pho- tography and music attract his interestg is spectator at favorite sport, baseballg especially likes biographies . . . attended Brown University, Rhode Island College of Edu- cation and American Institute of Normal Methods, Auburn- dale, Massachusetts MICHAEL J. Dt-:LUCA A.B., Ed.M. Science Department Head . . . belongs to Rhode Island Civil Defense, also member of American Federation of Teach- ers . . . novice at water skiing, ex- periments on painting boat hulls, enjoys law and criminol- ogy books . . . graduate of Boston College and Rhode Island College of Education: extension courses at Providence College, Brown University, University of Rhode Island FOR THEIR ADVICE S '1- x . "A BUSY DAY AHEADV, says Mr. Whelan to his oiiice staff, Mrs. Polseno fleftj and Mrs, Nichols. JOSEPH A. FINEGAN A.B., Ed.M. Social Studies Department Head Vice Principal fright! . . . leisure time spent gardening and arranging land- scapes: particularly interested in music and drivingg boxing and hockey enthusiastg especi- ally likes sea stories, poetry and philosophy . . . graduate of Providence College and Rhode Island Col- lege of Educationg attended New York State College of Teachers DOMENICK FABRIZIO A.B., Ed.M. Language Department Head . . . North Providence Teachers' Association and Rhode Island Teachers' Institute member . . . main interest, bringing up a good American familyg stud- ies democracy and its ramifica- tions, likes baseball and foot- ballg reads philosophy and science . . . graduate of Providence College, Rhode Island College of Educationg attended Brown University, Boston University FELIX F. GALLOGLY, IR. A.B. Instructor in Law, Economics and European History . . . past president, North Prov- idence Teachers' Association . . . an amateur composerg music loverg likes swimming, fishing and basketball: spends leisure time with familyg reads novels and philosophical books . . . graduate of Providence Collegeg extensions at Rhode Island College of Education, Providence College and Brown University RICHARD J. FLYNN A.B., Ed.M. Director of Athletics fleftl . . . International Basket- ball Association, Eastem Col- Egiate Board of Football mem- er . . . fishes, hunts and plays golf, interested in intemational affairs . . . graduate of University of New Hampshire, Rhode Island College of Educationg exten- sions-Clark University, Boston University, Harvard University and Providence College WE SAY THANKS "ON THIS IMPORTANT OCCASION," begins Mr. McGovern at Commencement Exercises. LORENZO A. GALLO Ed.B. Instructor in Science, Chemistry and Radio . . . American Federation of Teachers member . . . interested in traveling: en- joys such sports as basketball, football, baseball, hockey and trackg prefers scientific reading matter . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Educationg attended Providence College and North- western University HELEN G. GOODING Ed.B., Ed.M. Instructor in Social Studies . . . Delta Kappa Cama, Rhode Island Social Studies Teachers' Association and Educational So- ciety member, Bowling League Co-ordinator . . . maintains interest in inter- national aflairsg swims, bowls and knitsg likes most sports: reads historical novels . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Education and Bos- ton University HERBERT E. HOPKINS B.S. English Department Head . . . Treasurer, Board of Trus- tees, Union Free Library . . . interested in fire apparatus, all types and stylesg well- informed on methods of fire fightingg likes outdoor work like gardeningg enjoys studying auto designs . . . graduate of University of Rhode Islandg attended Rhode Island College of Education and Brown University CLAIRE L. HORAN B.S. Instructor in Typing, Commer- cial Arithmetic and English . . . treasurer for Rhode Island Regis Clubg Business Teachers' Association, Elmhurst Associa- tion, Regis Alumnae Associa- tion, American Federation of Teachers, Faculty Bowling League member . . . collects art photographs on small scale, reads poetry, golfs . . . graduate of Regis Collegeg attended Rhode Island College of Education and Boston Col- lege FRANCES D, FOR THEIR PATIENCE LABOISSONIERE Ed.B., Ed.M. Instructor in English, Co-Advisor of the Yearbook . . . member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, North Providence Teachers' As- sociation, P. T. A., Faculty Bowling Club . . . reads poetry, essays and dramag paints, and likes gar- deningg swims, skates and likes hockey . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Education, attended School of Design, Brown, and University of Rhode Island DONALD LIEBHERR Ed.B. Industruzl Arts Department Head, Director of Drarnatics, Mathematics Department . . . president of church choral society, president of the North Providence Teachers' Associa- tion . . . writes amateur plays and musicals: likes landscape gar- dening and water sportsg inter- ested in architectureg plays piano . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Education, attended Providence College JOHN A. MAGUIRE A.B., Ed.M. Instructor in English Yearbook Co-Adviser . . . Faculty Manager of Ath- letics, Student Council Adviser . . . member of Rhode Island Commission on Teacher Educa- tion and Professional Stand- ards, enjoys photography and fishing, reads essays and biog- raphies . . . graduate of Provi- dence College, Rhode Island College of Educationg attended Brown University and Boston University ELIZABETH D. MANCHESTER Ed.B. Instructor in Physical Education . . . member of Business and Professional Women's Club, Camping Association, North Providence Teachers' Associa- tion . . . enjoys sports, camp- ing, swimmingg reads poetry and novels . . . graduate of Posse College of Physical Edu- cation and Rhode Island Col- lege of Educationg attended Russell Sage College and Brown University. --il ,,s.r-'- 4' v . HNOW, THIS IS WHAT I SUGGEST,,, Mr. McMahon says to Miss Gooding. Both are Union delegates. ARTHUR J. McMAHON Ph.B. Mathematics Departm ent Head . . . Director of Legion Town Boys Camp, Commander of the Joshua J. Broadhead Post of the American Legion .... interested in golf and camping, prefers scientific reading . . . graduate of Providence College: attended University of Rhode Island. Rhode Island College of Education and the United States Coast Guard Academy. HENRY J. McDEED B.A. Instructor in English fRightl . . . member of North Providence Teachers' Associa- tion . . . has no particular hobby but is interested in baseball, hockey, football and basketball, is an alumnus of North Provi- dence High, is remembered by most of the Faculty as a star varsity south-pawg reads in a variety of areasg . . . gradu- ate of Providence College , , 'ff f2f-',K'f.E'3'.- - 5322 'Z 5 tilitaqsaiiaf JOHN O'BRIEN Ed.B. Instruclor in Mathematics and Science . . . vice president of the Southern New England Coastal Athletic Conference, Adjutant to American Legion, member of the National Recreation Asso- ciation and American Federa- tion of Teachers . . . greatly interested in sportsg plays ten- nis, archery, and swims . . . graduate of Rhode Island Col- lege of Educationg attended Providence College EVELYN M. McKENNA B.S., Ed.M. Instructor in Social Studies fLejtl . . . treasurer of Rhode Island University Alumni So- ciety, Rhodyitesg member of North Providence Teachers' As- sociation and Faculty Bowling League . . . fond of knitting and read- ingg likes football, basketball and baseball: reads fiction . . . graduate of Rhode Island Col- lege of Education and Univer- sity of Rhode Island WE ARE GRATEFUL KATHARINE G. PACHEO A.B., M.A. Instructor in Science and Biology . . . American Legion Auxiliary memberg enjoys collecting old pitchersg keeps scrapboolcs on Early .American Crafts: inter- ested in skiingg prefers read- ing autobiographies and his- torical novelsg attends art ex- hibits, symphony concerts, the theatre .' . . graduate of Pem- broke college and Brown Uni- versity HOPE SENECAL Ed.B., Ed.M. Art Department Head . . . member of the Theater Guild, Handicraft Club and Plantations Club . . . fond of the theater, spends leisure time with ceramics and millinery, interested football spectator, prefers reading his- torical novels . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Edu- cationg attended Brown Uni- versity and Boston University THOMAS H. SHEA B.A., Ed.M. Commercial Department Head Faculty Treasurer . . . American Legion, Joshua J. Broadhead Post memberg belongs to American Federation of Labor . . . spare time taken by readingg interested in all financial topicsg baseball, foot- ball and basketball, favorite sportsg especially likes nonfic- tion . . . graduate of Becker Business College, Holy Cross and Rhode Island College of Education ANGELO SISTI Instructor in Mathematics, Science and Mechanical Drawing . . . member of American Le- gion, North Providence Teach- ers' Association . . . collects pipesg prefers reading biographies, controver- sial issues, sports and philos- ophies . . . graduate of Boston Collegeg attended Massachu- setts Institute of Technolovv "ARE YOU COUNTING THOSE SHEETS?" Mrs. gan JUN, L-niWrSih,, and Rhofifj Laboissoniere asks Miss Vican as they run off tests. Island College of Education BARBARA SMILEY B.S. Instructor in Bookkeeping, lun- ior Business and Typing . . . President of Fidelis Choral Societyg North Providence Teachers' Association, Faculty Bowling League member . . . attends plays and moviesg collects stamps, knits and swimsg prefers current novels, poetry . . . graduate of Bryant Collegeg courses at Brown University, Providence College and Rhode Island College of Education GEORGE TRACY Ed.B. Instructor in Science and Biology . . . member of Rhode Island Track, Baseball, Basketball and Softball Officials: Rhode Island Association of Health, Physical Education and Recre- ation . . . creative with woodg devotes leisure time to read- ing biographies, historical nov- els and scientific material . . . graduate of Rhode Island College of Education MARION VICAN B.S. Instructor in Home Economics . . . member of American Home Economics Association, Alpha XI Delta Alumni and member of the Faculty Bowling League . . . spends spare time boating, fishing and swimmingg likes ceramics, football and basket- ballg fond of reading biogra- phies and current events . . . graduate of University of Rhode Island M. BEATRICE WARD B.S., Ed.M. Guidance and Music Department Head . . . member of Wellesley In- stitute of Social Progress, Na- tional Music Committee, Delta Kappa Gamma and Pi Lambda Theta . . . collects costumes: genealogy, special interestg en- joys horseback ridingg reads historical novels . . . graduate of Boston Uni- versity, Sarah Lawrence Col- lege and Conservatorie Ameri- cane, France OUR INSTRUCTORS s BORROWINC A STUDENTS SLED, Mr. Fabrizio takes Miss Smiley for a little ride in January. CAROLINE W. LAFIERRIERE B.S. Instructor in Shorthand, Typing and .Iunior Business fLeftJ . . . belongs to Faculty Club and Faculty Bowling League . . . likes to swim, fish and to skate in spare time: finds dancing, painting, needlework and bowling very enjoyableg is spectator at baseball and bas- ketball gamesg especially likes to read novels and short stories . . . graduate of Bryant Col- lege. ANTHONY ZAMBARANO A.B. Instructor in History and English . . . member of North Provi- dence Teachers' Association and American Federation of Teachers . . . fond of plays, table tennis and golf, likes baseball: in spare time reads historical fiction and news mag- azines . . . graduate of Brown Universityg attended Univer- sity of Rhode Island NANCY A. GIAMMARCO Principafs Secretary . . . enjoys dancing and skat- ing, is interested in all sportsg prefers music and the movies for relaxationg reads current novels and short storiesg loyal sup- porter at North Providence basketball and baseball gamesg is affable and co-operative to all with whom she comes in Contact . . . graduate of North Provi- dence High School FELICIA JURAS B.S. Dietitzhn - Cafeteria Manager lLeftl . . . Treasurer Alpha Delta Pi Society. member of American Home Economics As- sociation . . . fond of early American fumishings, interior decorating, stage plays and musicals: swims, plays tennis, watches hockey, basketball, footballg reads fiction, historical novels, mysteries . . . graduate of University of Rhode Island hi' A SPIC AND SPAN COUNTER reflects the women's staff -Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Walker, Miss Juras Cdietitianl and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. McGarrett AND OUR FRIENDS ALICE L. NICHOLS A READY SMILE, A READY HAND characterizes the cus- todial staff-Mr. McKell, Mr. Maione, and Mr. Sparadeo. Szlperintemlenfs Secretary . . . kept busy at home by her active three year old tlaughterg likes to knit in her leisure timeg reads historical novelsg enjoys skating and attending hockey and football gamesg competent and compost-dg was secretary to former Superintend- ent, James L. McGuire . . . graduate of North Provi- dence High School GLORIA J. POLSENO Clerk . . . likes housekeeping and car- ing for her energetic two year old daughterg also likes to try out unusual recipesg fond of reading, particularly current novelsp is a baseball and hockey fang formerly on Yearbook staff, was an assistant editorg is courteous and witty . . . graduate of North Provi- dence High School if our I 1' I 1 w X 7 1 .ff ,gff .V ,f , , .. U L Ah "' vi, ,, '- 1 I , ff C.,, . 2.1" ' ' ? . J 1 X . , - h f , X ,i if e e . -,.,,. 1 v Q ' . C uri " L , Q, Q... .E VMJ,N,, ff Ti 7 J f Z7 f X 2 ,.quSl""' We if f 'T A xx x l The Achievement of Their Goal Q..+ .mn s O Bm ll I rt sul: nl 0 Ill Suapl lm luv 1Ic9lllcIIl Nhrle L num: Surclary IAMES O BRIEN 39 Pelham Parkway Not from the stars do I my Judgment pzck LOYCFLLLOW lm hopes to become a mnlttary officer m the Amr Force Student Councrl Vlce President 3 Presndcnt 4 Class President 14 Homeroom Prestdent 1 2 4 X :ce Presxdent 3 Class Commmee l-4 Baseball 1 4 Basketball 2-4 All State Baseball 3 All Class B Basket ball 3 Summa Collis 4 Rhode lsland Honor Socxety JOHN SERAPIGLIA 89 Hxll Street Fnends my soul wuh joy remembers LONG!-'ELLOW plans to Jom the Navy enjoys playmg football fightmg fires Class Treasurer 1 2 Vnce Presxdent 4 Home-room Presndent 3 4 Dance Comnuttee 1 2 Prom Decorauon Committee 3 Football 2 4 rack 13 Hockey 3 Baseball 1 Student L0lll'lCll 34 Summo Collis 4 MARIE CINAMI 24 School Street Persona? beauty Ls a greater recommendation than any letter of mtroducnon Ar-us'r0'rt.E Marne hopes to become a Bookkeeper collects records Chss Secretary Honieroom Secretary 2 Treasurer 4 bocxal Committee 2-4 uatlon Marsh!! 3 Summa Colhs 3 4 Rhode Island Honor Society sa 23 LUISA LAMBORGHIBH 99 H1211 Service Avenue Forjmowlag, loo as us ll a paws' BAcoN e to be l0l0glSI plans to lttelti Umverstty of Rhode Island Qgwsrnt tn basketball and photography kClasslcal 1 2 North Provx Class Treasurer 4 Homeroom Treasurer 4 .lumor Rmg ee Homeroom Basketball 3 Summa Collis Rhode Island nor Society SENIOR OFFICERS L u ft L.1mhot nm 18 Q... THE C0 CH AIRMEN CHAT T'e's"n' Carol Rus 0 and Jerry Eamshaw Lucy likes meetlng new people IS interested ln s es Ullll6S to become a haxrdresser Dramatlcs 34 Soclal Committee 12 Cap and Gown Commxttee Summo Collis 4 Elalne enjoys dancing bowhng collecting records by Tony Bennett and playing basketball hopes to become a secretary Homerocm Treasurer 2 Soph Hop Committee Homeroom Basketball 1 3 Summo Collis 4 Lucille nn Actls Elame B Almonte Nlatxlda hrgmla Angelone LUCILLE ANN ACTIS 56 Vllla Avenue The purest and mast thoughtful muuls are those which love color the most RUSKIN ELAINE B ALMONTE 93 Alexander Street In .valence Ill take my way HANNAH Fulcc Couw MATILDA VIRGINIA ANQELONE 16 Angelo Avenue Gentle of speech bemfcent of nnnd HOMER Joseph Anzelone Mxllle likes to dance play popular records, and watch hockey after school she spends her spare txme working at an Investment Company Homeroom Basketball 1 Freshman Tncket Committee Summo Collis 4 oe enyoys playmg Stan Kenton records llkes to spend Ins spare tune workmg on hrs car plans to jgun the Navy belongs to the Junior Holy Name Socxety Mount Pleallnt xgll School 2 3 G hopes teach mg the piano basketball Student Secre resldent 1 Vxce Pres ent 2 Socl mg Committee Cheerl Summo o JOSEPH, QANZELONE 2 milling Street Hts resolve La not ta I8 m the bravest but to be ABSCHYLUS GMA BUERIE ART Dnve Lough gildjh d ldkhs wuh y Wn.cox Gnan 'Wane Art 19 I I Q W Q ', C' E 'V le-1s.lbv"P' X A . . 1 J . 4. . . . . . . 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Q , ,W1?51,:gg?, ' f, . w ' 1, ygiyl . . . 34 . . .1 l .l0lln Baglllll Arthur kustm Ernest Aubm .lr ffl Ann Bamber Chrlstme Beanland ERNEST AUBIN JR Chepachet Hts heart as far from fraud as heao n from earth SHAKESPEARE Erma IS plannlng to Jom the Arr Force after graduatxon enJoys playmg basketball and watching hockey .lumor Social Committee Football 24 Hockey 2-4 Honorable Mentxon 3 Baseball 1 34 Homeroom Basketball 1-4 ARTHUR AUSTIN Pleasant Vxew Avenue Szlmce zs more eloquent than words CARLYLE rt likes lishmg, hockey and stock car racmg also hkes cowboy musnc plans to be a draftsman works after school at General Products Inc hopes to become a Draftsman JOHN BAGLINI 404 Woouasquatucket Avenue Henceforth be mme a lzfe of actton and realzty SHAKESPEARE Johnny enjoys baseball basketball bowlmg cards and swxmmmg plans to be a lawyer Student Councxl 2 Homeroom Vlce Presldent 1 President Soph Hop Commlttee .lumor Rmg Commxttee Baseball 1 Summo Collis 4. ANN BAMBER 17 Haslam Street Ch88fflllB6SS and content are great beaunjiers and are famous presenters of youthful looks DICKENS up hkes dalcmg bowlmg, and playmg baseball has been a member of Junior Achievement for two years Homeroom Basketball 1-3 Dtamliics Vocal Ensemble 3 Summo Colhs 4 QHKISTINE BEANLAND 13 South Larchmont Avenue B swift b hear slow to speak slow to wrath J AMES I 19 Chrxs llkes to sew and also teach chrldren may either Jom the Waves or become a secretary after graduation Band 1 Orchestra 1 Summo Collis 4 2U JOHN BERETTA 3 Clement Street The play s the thang Snnxnsvuns Johnny enjoys classical music dancmg and dramaucs hopes to either become an tdogowlge or televxslon Dramatncs 4 Jumot ling Collmittee can Llunli' Commxttee Cap and Gown Commlttaa 4 Sgmm ll QMWUBWMARCM BEQUBE f ,f W W 11 Niam Street St much ta admire rt g and crochetm Ima he er a per or a fashxon deslgnhr W 1, flvonte sports a tmg omeroom Basketball I 3 ' o Colhs A fi Rhogp 11 ghd yonor Socx 1? 13645051 im n GEOIS 5 W ZH M Act welwyour pan t e the haytfr hes Mssrsna B Maggie wishes to work uiivn Eze enjoys Writing fetwrs top foreign John ereua countnes cooking collecting statuesq' hoc dd roller skatmg 4 belongs to a ghzuim lscgogl and the Four Mes Lyn cl My Gxrl s Basketball 3 Homeroom as et a WMLIM BOWDEN Y lyk Avenue There as no eloquence without a man behmd nt EMBRSON enjoys football basketball and hockey ns plannmg to Jom the Umted Slam Au' Force IS a memlser of the H1Y xs second nn his famlly to grjuate from N P H SUSAN BOZIGIAN 225 .Smithfield Road When skzez are blue and earth ns gay BYRON Susie enjoys bowling skating and dancmg may Jom the Waves Homeroom Vice President 2 Secretary 3 Jumor Soclal Committee Spelling Bee 2 3 Homeroom Basketball 1 3 Donkey Basketball 3 Gertrude lhI3I'Ll8 Berube Susan Bozxgmn Wnlllam Bowden Nlargarf-t Regina Bourgeois Zl DEBORAH BROOK 268 Waterman Avenue Smzimd Commerctal Htgh 3 DONALD C BROWN 104. Lmcoln Street Honor Society Tunmore Road Greenville The talent of success ts nothtng more than. domg what you can do Lonorurow collects coins enjoys dancmg and retdlnf desires to be an antique buyer Intenor Decorator or Socxal Worker Classical 1 2 Glee Club 0l MEA :deals and vbtue was Ins s h CHQADCER n enjoys fire 6 g and axabulanee wor Student Councll 2 3 Class Vtce President 2 Homeroom Presldent 2 3 Vlce Presxdent 4 Secretary 1 Social Commtttee 1 4 Ring Commlttee 3 Baseball I 4 All No Dnvxsnon Football 3 4 Summo Colhs 3 4 Rhode Island BARBARA ANN BRUSH Deborah Brook A wttty woman rs a treasure G Mrtm-:nrrt-I Anme enjoys roller skatmg hopes to become a telephone operator Summo Collis 3-4 WILLIAM BRYDEN 1600 Smxth Street I Speak for Democracy contests 4 Summo Colhs 4. MICHAEL BUCCI North Scituate Baseball 1 Summo Colhs 4 Donald C Brown Barbara Ann Brush Wxlllam Bryden 22 may Jom the Womens Arr Force ts a member of the Ground Observer Corps Homeroom Basketball 1 4 Dramatxcs 4 Band Mayorette 1 2 Strong belzels wtn strong men and then make them stronger BAGELO1' 1 known as Canada Dry lrkes to sk: skate and boat may join the Arr Force attends Y M C A Samt John Hngh School 1 2 Representatwe I conszder tt the best part of an educauon to have been born and brought up tn the country ALCOTT 'Vllke favors hunting fishing and boatlng favorite sports are basketball hockey and baseball plans to be a forest ranger IS member of 4H Club Nllchael BUCCI Deb . . ft if 7 . . . . . . . . ,..Q. Q, s - 0 ' . - f , 41 O ,f . . e tif Y 1- . . . . . ' 9 a Q 0 ' . . Q o I 0 I I s I ' l I o ' 1 o l . Y u Aj 1 n ' . I , . ' ' ' . . , ... Bn . . . . . , , , . . . V s . . . . . . Q Q Q , ' - Q s , tt so e K Q 1 . . . , , . . . 5' , . . . . . . . me-3, Eleanor May Buckless Catherme Bulplt John Sancheg Cab,-al ELEANOR MAY BUCKLESS 3 Mmer Street W e are advertzsed by our lovmg frzends SHAKESPEARE El te hopes to be a secretary collects chma dogs Homeroom Secretary Social Commxttee 2 4 Cap and Gown Commtttee 4 Homeroom Basketball I 2 Summo Collxs 3 4 Rhode Island Honor Society CATHERINE BULPIT 45 Grover Street Conversatzon teaches more than medttalzon, ANONYMOUS Cathy collects records IS planning to work ur an otlice enjoys baseball and basketball spends spare time as a clerk ln a cleansers Snmmo Collxs 4 JOHN SANCHES CABRAL 118 Barrett Avenue Theres muszc all around me RILLY .lohnny hopes to be a concert planlst or a mechanic enjoys hurldmg model atrplanes playing the piano basketball and baseball Baseball 1 2 4 Track Cro s Country 2 4 Basketball 1 4 Summo Collis 4 ANNA BARBARA CANTONE 1343 Plainfield Street Hang sorrow' Lets be merry Gr-:once WITHER Anna IS planning to attend .lo Anns Hatrdressmg School where she will learn to be a halrdres er or hair stylist be-lon to .lumor Achtevement Summa Colhs 3 4 CLAIRE CAPALDI 65 Beverly Ann Drrve Good clothes open all doors Fuller Claire collects Jackle Gleason records wishes to become either a recep tromst or a prnvate secretary likes hockey and basketball Homeroom Treas ball 1 3 Summa Collts 4 Rhode Island Honor Socrety 2 3 Anna Barbara Cantone Claxre Capaldn ff! Elleen Carc1er1 John Thomas Carroll CUOIYU CHPTHCUWB CAROLYN CAPRACOTTA 25 Brown Street Be good sweet mazd and let who wall be clever KINGSLEY CBPPY lxkes to bowl roller skate and play the piano wlshes to become an mtenor decorator enjoys baseball and basketball alsq Mft Mlfimeroom Vxce President 1 5 ummo Collxs 4 JOHN would yeARRw,L 109 Olney .Minus Actzon ts the proper fnut of knowledge Fuasn Johnny lxkes to hunt is plannmg to attend Boston Umverslty aspxres to be a busmessman may joln the Au' Force La Salle Academy 1 2 Homeroom Secretary 3 Hockey 4 Summo Colhs 4 EILEEN CARCIERI 79 Swan Street Dolores Cazeauh L t us be such as help the lzfe of the future Zonmsrsn Exleen plans exther to become a secretary or a bookkeeper enjoys dancmg popular records and bowlmg enjoys hockey games tn her spare time Homeroom Basketball 1 DOLORES CAZEAULT 20 Haslam Street W e can do more good by bemg good than m any other way HILL e lakes to play the piano and collect stamps says she wants to be a sue cessful secretary enjoys basketball Sam! Xavler s Academy 2 Anti phonal Cholr 3 4 Summo Collas 4 LESTER G CHAPMAN 48 Towanda Drnve Skzll to do comes of dozng EMERSON enjoys rldmg horses and hockey hopes to become a. rancher belongs to the Westem Horse Show Association of New England will probably jom the Arr Force Hockey 1-4 Homeroom Basketball 3-4 Lester C Chapman 24 ,n i l 9 9 1- ' ' ' 1 9 V,,.nU'Wig - MW, ,sh - - ,J off ' t ' X M ,M A 1, , i, , if 4 hjjj j if 1 ' V 5 , T 3 ' ,jf ,, 1 ,,,, , V , Aj,,,,,, 1 ., 42514 S V C . 5 A I n q o . D . . u n 1 4 . . . . . . Q D . e ' - . . . . - . U , , . . . . . . ll , , - D l ' ' ' . . . , . 0 9 n 1 Q n l I l ' . Les . . . ' ' ' . . . . . . fi Unlt Summo merclal Dance Collis 4. Re enjoys Homeroom President Homeroom Basketball 1-4 Erm 5 he Hoierm RAYMOND CHEW and swimming as a machmlst at 27Danea'oh zhiagoneurtlt, attend Make the basketball to become her BasketbaB as of you basketball nctl I Street a tune EMILY Drcxsxsorl plays the accordion and the trumpet draftsmm may Join the Nuvy Avenue Don t make excuses make good Hunaano Dlck wants to be a televxswn teelmicxan llkes radlo art and coolung enjoys basketball belongs to Junior Achxevement Social Committee 1 Dance Commxttee 4 Track 2 Rhode Island Honor Society Raymond Chew E11 alnth Chr: toplur HG. Rlchard Costa Ernest John Cooper Carolyn Colantomf, 25 . 0 O I I ' 7 fl . . . " . . . Con ' . . ' a " , A,,: . . . 2-4. . ' , -S14 , Sul is . . . . 1 . .. , , . . . 1 , . , , I K N , , 1 ,f 5 BRIDGET D AGOSTINO 195 Obed Avenue You have such a happy look RILEY Bree enjoys Ice akaung collectmg photographs and basketball Class Sec retary 23 Socnal Commlttee 1 3 Graduatlon Marshal 3 Summo Collxs 4 HOPE DALY 133 Lmcoln Street I love not man the ies: but nature more BYRON Hope llkes horseback ruling dancrng and swlmmmg wnshes to become exther a pnvate secretary or a conservation fleld worker enjoys basketball Summo Colhs 4 GLORIA DECONCILIS 20 Metcalf Avenue The beauty al the heavens IS In the stars the beauty ol women as :hear hmr ITALIAN Pnovmxa Bndgct D Ag05Illl0 Gmger hopes to become a teacher In an elementary school enjoys bowlmg H- Hope Daly drawlng and baseball Homeroom Vxce Presldent 2 Treasurer 3 Graduauon Usher 3 Basketball Summo Collls 4 Rhode lsland Honor Soclety RICHARD DEL SESTO 19 Locust Avenue Only so mach do I know as I have lwed EMIaRsoN e Is plannmg to jom the Coast Guard enjoys baseball basketball and hockey Mount Pleasant High School 2 Baseball 3-4 Hvmeroom Basketball 3 4 JOAN E DESROCHES 19 Alesander Street Content as the phzlosopher s .stone FRANKLIN Joame enjoys sewmg dancmg and skatmg wlshes to become a book keeper favonte sports are basketball and hockey plays the plano a Clvll Defense Worker Glee Club 1 2 Glorla DCCOnClllS RIchard Del Sesto .loan E DesRoches 26 X .lohn Devme Carolyn Dexter Joseph D1Ch1ar0 JOHN DEVINE Sandy Brook Road In the love of fnends J BROWN .layDee enjoys hot rods plans to Jom the Marmes after' 8511001 was outstandmg as hockey captam State Student Council Treasurer?-5 4 bhtdenf COUHCII V100 President 4- Homeroom Presldent 12 Football 2-4 Hockey 3 4 Social Commlttee CAROLYN DEXTER 97 Belvedere Boulevard It ts a characterwnc mznd that recognizes humanuy an all nts forms and condmons SHAKESPEARE Dex plans to be a prlvate secretary enjoys roller skating dancing and playmg basketball also en1oys workmg as a bookkeoper ln a department store after school Homeroom Secretary 3 Summo Collis 4 JOSEPH DICHIARO 23 Fernclxtf Avenue Knowledge ts treasure but practlce zs the key to tt FULLER Larry DIP-lhppo Joe D1 deslres to be an automotlve engmeer enjoys domg automotnve work Picture Commlttee 3 Homeroom Basketball 2-4 Baseball 3 4- Soctal Commlttee 3 Summo Collxs 4 Rhode Island Honor Society LARRY DIFILIPPO 85 Cleveland Street More :luck than rum he showers hw rays STEVENSON Sonny possesses a specxal talent for playmg the plano would lxke to be a chemist interests vary from huntmg boatmg and Hshmg to baseball hockey and basketball Homeroom Basketball 2-4 Hockey 2 ANNE DIGIULIO 2207 Mmeral Sprmg Avenue And sheds a warm and glutermg look STEVENSON And: lxstens to popular records for hours but football and basketball also hold a pronunent posltion among ber favorite actxvmes Homeroom Treasurer 1 Secretary 4 Homeroom Basketball 1 4 Cheerleaders 3 4 Social Com mnttee 1-4 Summo Collxs 4 27 Anne DlGlllll0 Pauline Dodge Glorla D1Tro1a Anna D1Pa01g Gerald Donahue Carolyn Dzxedzxc ANNA DIPAOLA 1006 Mineral Spnng Avenue Wath work well done and gentle words and courteous grace E BATTLE enjoys collectmg antics for her hobby but she also enyoys bowlmg although she works m a store her ambmon rs to work m an oflice Homeroom Basketball 2 Summo Collis 4- GLORIA DITROIA 120 Lyman Avenue Such a lzfe as very ine STEVENSON Cory hopes to become a concert pxamst enyoys motorcyclmg works after school as a checkwnter and salesglrl m a department store Summo C0lllS Bowlmg 4 PAULINE DODGE Terrace Dnve Her world as so lull of pleasant new :lungs J Suuss Paulme deslrs to become a bookkeeper but her rnterests run to collectmg stamps sports and cookmg plans to attend comptometer school rs presldent of the Young People s gxoup at her church teaches Sunday school GERALD DONAHUE 25 Lookout Avenue But gentle brave and strong of wall Tunmzn Jerry IS planmng to attend the Umversmty of Rhode Island Class Treasurer Homeroom Treasurer 2 Vnce Presxdent 3 Rmg Committee 3 Homerozozn Basketball 1, 2 4 Basketball 1 3 Hockey 4 Socml Com mntee GAROLYN DZIEDZIC 13 Hawkms Boulevard All wwe and lovmg too M JONES Caddy plans to attend the Umversnty of Rhode Island to major nn teachmg hobbies vary from fishing to palntmg and kmtung Mt Pleasant 13 North Provldence 4 Bowling Rhode Island Honor Socxety 28 GERALD EARNSHAW 64 Huh Servnce Avenue Bluslles the nclmeas 01 Ill autululsky Slntmrtnfl' .lerry S906 IQ litend the Umverslty of Rhode Island In sports but pgttlcuhrly hockey Social Commmnv8 ef LaSalle 1 2 Blsdlall 1 2 North Jfmovilence' Footballs! FRED ELLERY If 6 Pleasant Vlew Avenue' A youth lzght hearted and comfenp mncrugfw Freddie has uqbxhon, to become a hwgy' Designer K en blues as fishmg and huntmg works m a jewelry Shop after l whnch s htm for his future plans LpSalle 1 North lflbvnderpefjfh Sgnmo Colh J0Ys1:Lu1fG'Woo 111 Kwlaad Avenue Bnllmnz hopes all woven, ingorgeous ljssues Inucnzuaow Gerald Eamshaw o desires to become a stenograpber or fyluon designer hobbies Include records swnmmmg baseball and basketball Homeroom Treasurer? lnter class Basketball 1 2 Bowlmg 4 Ursduatzon Usher 3 Rhode Island Honor Soctety JOHN EMIN JR .lofm uoury Road Humidf to has nezgkbors lendmg WH1'r'r1l-:n ack plans to attend U BJ 4, desires to become a chemlst or a ranger favorite acuvmes are collecting old guns, huntmg and hockey has special talent for playmg the piano Cross Comtry 4 Hockey 4 .l ON E FERGUSON 3 Angell Avenue Be wzse and use thy avzsdom well Borun on plans to be an accountant enjoys mechanical drafting ID hrs spare time Student Counsel I Homeroom Presxdent 1 Rngyg Committee 3 Basketball 1 Track 2 4 Football 3-4 Summo Collis 4. Fred Ellery Jon E Ferguson John Emm, Jr Joy ElllnSW00d 29 . . f,,,.' :Soi ,vw n ,V , ef 11 3 0 - - ' "f ,',, ,' ' ,W . " . . ,M 5' i l fr - - - , Q ' ' ,V ' ' V ' ' v Q - V - . . . W A , 4 - Jr -44 ' 1 ,' sae, - 7-74 f Y , ,. . - U" W' ,X - , of 54' ' - , V , A 3, Oi' ,ff ', 12 L X A , Q W f ,f My J f f - ' ' " - if if", ,A 1, - , ,W 4, .V i , f, J k . , 5 , ' 7 : I 5 'X I . 1 . A ' 4 A 6.4 . - . . . A K' . J - 1 , . , , , , , 5: Y. . . . K . - " .Q 1. ' U of ff K ' V 1 ' ,F A," 5 t T 2 , 'V , 'I J y . . . V ' M . . . p v v , urn ef - , - - - ' - . . . 1' . avg . .. , . X .gow g, f 9 ' ' V, , I ,4 Q' i 5- , . A Q . . . . 'K . . 73 . . . 2 V , , . , . . . . ,f . . . . . . 'A 0 0 I u 1 I ' 4 a n o s n DOLORES MARIE FERRI 41 Adams Street Ltfe ts real' Lzfe zs earnest LONorEL1.ow Dodo enjoys basketball skatmg bowlmg dancmg and baseball Soclal Commlttee 1 2 Track 1 Home-room Basketball 1 2 Inter-class basket ball 3 4 Band 1 2 Orchestra 1 3 Bowlmg 4 Summo Collis 4 Rhode Island Honor Society ROBERT GAUDET 1 Tuscola Avenue An herozc mmd expressed tn actwn and rn endurance proved TAYLOR Bobble desires to be a carpenter lnkes to hunt and fish Student Council 1 2 HomeroomV1ce Presxdent 1 Presrdent 2 Basketball 1 4 Football 4 Baseball 4 Honorable Mention Basketball 3 Soclal Committee 1 4 Summo Collis 4 NORMA GUISTI 13 1 'tl 1. 17 Rena Street com me 'rr' Be farthful that ts all Cowen Norm enjoys photography and collectmg post cards plans to be a dental assxstant Txcket Committee I Homeroorn Basketball 1 4 llowlmg 4 F ashxon Show 2 PATRICIA GOSS 440 Central Avenue Nozseless as a feather as a snowflake falls dtd her feet touch the earth LoNcr1-.u.ow a enjoys drawing plans to become a fashxon rllustrator works after gchool ul a Jewelry Company Social Commlttee 4 Rhode Island Honor OCICIY PATRICIA GRAZIANO 1875 Smlth Street Here ts a dear and true mdusmous lrzend SHAKLSPEAR1. at IS planmng to be a nurse xs mterested ln basketball works ln the Lylng m Hospxtal on Saturdays Homeroom Treasurer 1 Graduation Usher Bowlmg 4 Social Commxttee 1 Summo Collxs 4 Rhode Island Honor Society Robert Gaudet We N A Norma Gum, Pamela C955 Patrxcla Crazlano 30 Ernm t Grillz Raxmoml J luertm Merednh T Hall ERNEST GRILLI 2 Candy Court For man zs man and master of his fate Tmmrsox Ernie is interested in becoming a lawyer plans to attend Providence Col, ege formerly attended Mount Pleasant may joan the An' Cape works after school as a pohsher in a Jewelry shop Basketball team i RAYMOND J GUERTIN 230 Lexington Avenue Moderation the nobles: gift of heaven Evrnmmss Ray may become an architect is interested in collecting stamps plans to attend the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute belongs to the Air forge Reserves works after school in an ice cream parlor Baseball 2 4 Basketball Homeroom Basketball 1 4 Summo Collis 4 MEREDITH T HALL 5 Cottage Avenue A cheerful look makes a dish a feast - Hsxnenr Lois Elsie- Handle Merrie . . . may attend Rittners School of Floral Design . . . works as a counter girl in a drug store after school. . . enjoys basketball and embroidery . . Girl s Ba.ketball 3 . . . Spa-llin Bee 2-3 . . . Social Committee 3 . . . Summo Collis 4. LUIS ELSIE HANDLE Pembryne Avenue Life is not life at all without delight -- PATMORE . . desires to become a bank teller or ofhce clerk . . . likes hockey basketball bowling and writing letters . . is a member of Junior Achievement . . Dramatics Club 3 . . Summo Collis 4. DONALD S HARRIS Harris Road It s a beautiful day to be glad in - J. BROWN Don . . . plans on raising Morgan horses . . . likes riding horseback square dancing hunting, fishing, and hockey . . . works after school as a caretaker onlin estate . may join the Coast Guard . . .belongs to the Moswansicut Riding and Driving Club. Donald S. Harris 31 Stephen E Hoplcms Nlarjoru S Jackson Helen Carolyn ,Iolm Margaret Jane Henry Helen J Hart HELEN J HART 75 Pme Hull Avenue Vartety ts the mother of enjoyment DxsRAsu BsAcoNsrn:r.n Helen may become a Woman Manne enjoys stock car racmg roller skatlng and collectmg mmxature horses rs a fashron publlcxtor for a department store Vocal Ensemble 4- MARGARET JANE HENRY 46 Towanda Dnve He profits most who serves best SHELDON Peggy enjoys wrxtlng letters collectmg stamps and collectm classxcal records plans to attencl the Rhode Island Hospital School of Nursmg belongs to Rainbow the Church Choir Fellowshxp and the Betsey Flemmmg Mlsslonary Society STEPHEN E HOPKINS Putnam Pxke Stlence ts as deep as eterntty speech ts shallow as time CARLYLE Steve is mterestted In hockey plans to attend radlo school works after school rn a null may Join the Navy Homeroom Basketball 24 H1 Y 2 MAJORIE S JACKSON 22 Pelham Parkway A fdndness rs never wasted Ansor Marge xs mteresbed m swunmmg and plans to become a svnmmmg mstructor may attend Rhode Island Coll of Educanon Clan Secretary I Home room Secretary 2 3 Cul segsketball 1 2 Cheerietder 3-4 Smaor HIV Social Commrttee 1 Summa Colhs 4 HELEN CAROLYN JOHN 51 Lexmgton Avenue Shall F compare thee to a summer s day SHAKESPEARE Helen plans on bemg a secretary rs mterested nn dancxng and ree skatmg Homeroom Treasurer 1 3 Secretary 2 Homeroom Basketball 1 Social Commxttee 1 Summo Colhs 4 Rhode Island Honor Society J.. ERNEST KEENE Reservolr Road Good wzll as the maghtzest practzcal jcrce zn the Umverse DALE Ernle cleslres to be a truck drxver enjoys square dancing and horseback r1d1ng works on a danry farm after clmol 1nav Jom the Army belongs to the M0SWBDSlClll Rlfllng and l7r1v1n Club the btoclthose Association llxl the Grange JANICE KELLEY 55 Swan Street No human Ieelmg can ever be so appallmg as Joy Huro an hopes to be a secretary emoys football readmg, bowlmg and skatmg works after school ln a department store Homeroom Secretary 1 Socxal Commntee 2 Summo Collxs 4 DAVID S KENYUN 35 Ferncrest Boulevard He w well pazd that ts well saasfed Snluczsrrzanrzf Emmt Kt me Dave likes hockey and baseball works ln the operatmg room of the .lane Brown Hospnal helon s to the Arr Force Reserves Homeroom Vxce Presx dent 1 Treasurer 3 Football 2-3 Social Commtttee 2. JOAN MARIE LANNI 128 Vincent Avenue A good hear: s worth galzl SHAKESPEARE oan ns Interested ln roller skatmg basketball baseball sm mg gardemng and annuals plans to be on the stage belon s to a choir Dramatlcs Club Semor Play Y ocal Ensemble 3-4 Summo Collis 4 HAROLD R LAWTON PUQIIBUI Avenue When muszc sounds all that I was I am DELA MARE Harold desires a career m music llkes hockey huntmg and symphonic musxc may ibm the A,LtfForoe IS an usher at the Veterans Audttonom 2' Band 1 4 Urchestra 3 4 Sllllllll-O Colhs 4 -it W, Q 1.111101 Ktllty llarold ll lawton Joan 'NIar1e Lannx DOW' Q KWUOYI 33 JANICE E LEDOUX 14 Plne Hlll Avenue 4 sw et attractwe kznd of grace a lull assurance gwen, by looks SHAKESPEARE an plans on bemg a prxvate secretary may attend Kathenne Gtbbs School enjoys dancmg roller skatmg and swtmmmg belongs to Gladdmg s Charm School formerly atterded Blll'I'lllVlll6 Hlgh Glrls Basketball 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 PETER LEVA 16 Benedict Street Practzce as the best of all znstructors SYRUS Pete desxres to be at contractor likes hockey football guns and readmg may join the Marines IS an air raxd warden Student Council 4 Homeroom Presldent 4 Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Homerocm Basketball 1 2 3 Fre hman Basketball Dramatxcs Club 34 WILMER LIVINGSTON 28 Munel Avenue .lamcc E Ledoux Silence gwes consent RAY Wilmer lrlces to play basketball watch baseball and hockey enjoys collect mg tropical Hob is member of Boy Scouts may jom Axr Force Home room Baskeifiill 1 2 WALTER LOISELLE 45 Algonquin Street Polzteness goes lm- yet costs nozhzng Smtu-as eugoysgbunung idling, tropxcal fish baseball Ind football d Rhode Jslanti College of Educahon belongs to the Naval Reactive ligalle Baseball 1 3 MKTJE M LUCA 1500 Mxneral Sprmg Avenue QHHHCBI trarnmg L5 a more potent mstrument than any other PLA-ro a plans am being a professional smger desxres to attend buslness school IS Interested ln singing and plano playxng Vocal Ensemble 2 4 Summo Collts 4 Peter Leva 'K Wllmer Llvlngston Walter Lotselle .lane M Luca 3 --451.4 Dolores Marte Mancml Lorrame McNally DOLORES MARIE MAN CINI 1492 Mmeral Sprmg Avenue Oh fatr' Oh sweet' When I do look on thee SIDNILY e enjoys bowlxng dancmg hockey and basketball works after school a department store belongs to the Amerlcan Legion Auxllxary Homeroom Basketball 1 2 Bowlmg League 4 Summo Collls 4 LORRAINE MCNALLY 11 Rosemont Terrace The character of woman cannot be altered Pamons Lorry plana on bemg a dancer 18 mterested m basketball roller skatmg and ace skatmg works after school m the Rhode Island Hospnal Home room Secretary 3 Homeroom Basketball 1 2 JOSEPH RICHARD MARICANO JR 12 Mannella Avenue lmagmauon I5 the eye of the soul .lounr-:RT oe may become a pharmacist enjoys baseball basketball and woodworkmg works after school as a pamter Lu Salle Homeroom Presldent 1 Homeroom Track 1 2 Football l 2 North Provldence Homeroom Basket ball 3 Track 4- Baseball 4 VINCENT MATRUMALO 25 Bruin Avenue But let me laugh awhtle Kaus Vmme enjoys boxtng collecting baseball photographs football and basketball desnres to be a constructor may Jom the Mannes l-lomeroom Vxce President 1 3 Homeroom Basketball 1-4 Freshman Basketball Social Commlttee 1 2 BARBARA ANN MARWELL 20 You Avenue Good work gays tdends ABSOP Barbie lnkes roller skaung ns on bemg a legal secretary Home- rIooll,Treasurer 2? Pxclngll Utele 3 lggznefogm Basketlgall l-4Rhod umdr Pmni uqiofl s er 3 na mmlttee Island Honor 0 8 35 Joseph Rlchard Marlcano .lr L X mcent Matrumalo if Barbara Ann Marwell Elaine Murph' William L Morrlsey Joseph Mllllken John P 'Nlurphy J Dorothy D. Norris JOSEPH MILLIKEN Riverview Avenue In the ltfe of a young man the most essentuzl thang for happzness ts the gift of lnendshlp OSLER oe hopes to be a farm inspector is interested in fishing boat racmg and roller skating may attend the University of Rhode Island works in the mill on Saturday mornings Homeroom Treasurer 3 Football 1 4 Track 2 3 Hockey 34 WILLIAM L. MORRISEY 2 Elmua Avenue Frzendshzp zs a .sheltenng tree Couzmocr: Larry likes baseball hockey basketball autos and stock car racmg wants to be an engineer may Join the An' Force belongs to the Cenev Volunteer Fire Company and a softball team Baseball 1 3 4 Hockey 4 Home room Basketball 1 4 Summo Collis 4 ELAINE MURPHY 26 Grover Street A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance Pnovnmz Elaine sa interested in musxc piano popular records basketball and Eddxe Fisher . . . works after school making watchbands . . . belongs tothe Children of Mary and the Centre-dale Bowling League . . . Homeroom Basketball l . . . Bowling Leameil. I JOHN P MURPHY JR 48 East Avenue p The only way to have a fnend is to be one - Emsnsou h . desires to be an electrician or athletic coach . enjoys sports fishing, and painting . . may join the Marines . . . Student Council 1 . Homeroom Preeuient 1 . . . Junior Ring Committee . . . Football 1-4 Basketball 2-4 . Trac'k2 . . Summo Collis 4. ' ' DQQOTHY D. NORRIS V , ' 72 Putnam Avenue V The highaifq! dzstinctions is service to others - KING Gsoncs VI Dotty . . . plans on being a dental hygienist . . . is interested in swimming danc- ing and roller skating . . . may attend the Forsythe School . . . Homeroom Treasurer . Junior Ring Committee . . . Graduation Usher 3 . . . Summo Collis 4. 36 PHILLIS M NORTHROP 6 Howe Street Hay qs stung ol frzenclsfup never moult a feather P We exther an alrlme stewardess 95,1 UWB? 5 tball, basketball dancuj, Uoller skatmg and lxstepmfb ZFIIITE SIDQM om the Wafs Drylltxcs Club 3 W Sinimo Ctillls 4 W BARBARA 0 sULL1VA1'1 23 Metcalf Syeqf And calm of mgnil-fgljilfjlton 5 Babs enjoy! Gollectlng stamps niifd playmg baiw tfnds many football baseball and basketball games plans to Joh the Wav? jfter school Bowlmg 4 CAROL OLIVO 19 Belvidere Boulevard She smkes a unwersal peace through sea and land SHAKESPEARE Phlllls M Northrop Carol wlshes to become a registered nurse reading writing poems and basketball occupy her free time Hitler!! Secretary 1 Ring Commrttee 3 Cheerleader 4 Forum 2 Class Play 8 Gradudtzoni Usherette Summo Collls 4 EDITH MARIE ouvo 2055 Mfitbrli Spnng Avenue 0 such for me' 0 an mteme life ful! to repletwn and vaned WHITMAN Edie hopes to succeed in Wlweva the may choose for her lxfe s ambmon belongs to the Gul s City Club ll interested ln basketball golf and horseback ndilxg Basketball 1 2 Sociil Committee HELEN OLIVER 27 Atwood Avenue Good words are worth much and cost lmle Grzoncn Helen mtends to become a Secretary hobbles are dancmg swxmmmg and collectmg twords works after school ln a department store Freshman Dance Commxttee Summo Collxs 4 A Barbara O Sulhvan Helen Olnver Carol Ollvo Edith Mane Olno 37 Band 1 2 JOSEPH PAQUETTE Dean Avenue Esmond Home ts the sazlor home from the sea S11-:veNs0N oey lxkes to watch baseball basketball was Mtn Umted btates Navy lor four years may attend Agncultural College Hockey 243 fwootba 3 BEVERLY PARROTT 43 Dxckenson Avenue And health and quzez and loving wards WHITTIFI' hopes to teach roller skatmg, also qmoys playing the plano and basketball Homeroom Basketball 14 Interclass Basketball 3 Bowlmg 4 Orchestra 2 3 Antrphonal Choir 1 2 BARBARA PATNAUDE 114 Kentland Avenue I can do nothtng but tell people the truth ANDERSON Joseph Paquette Barb mtetuls to be a teacher, enjoys basketball and bowlmg spends her nme after school workmg as a salesgxrl Interclass Basketball Summo Colhs .laclne Anttphonal Choxr 1 2 Summo Collis 4 JAGQUELINE A PATTISON 172 Waterman Avenue Spoke wah accents mzld and clear Loucrauow favors nursmg or bemg an an lme hostess prefers roller skatmg dancmg bowlmg and basketball Prom Committee 3 Picture Commxttee Homeroom Basketball 1 Bowlmg 4- Social Commxttee 1 4 GEORGE PENTA 631 Frult Hill Avenue For what as Tame? Tame zs the lzfe of the .soul LONGFELLOW Ceorgle enjoys boxmg hockey football basketball baseball and bowlmg may Joan the army after graduatnon belongs to the Wanscuck Boys Club Football 2 Basketball 2 Beverly Parrott C-f Barbara Patnaude Jacquelme A. Pattison 38 George Penta 7 , , ..... I e . . s , . . 1 , . . . W . Vfr,fv4,7f'v fz V - - - . ff. , f . . Myra, , 3 V D . .5 .A A is 1' fe . . . . Bev . . . If I , . . . . . J . . . - . . . . ' . . . ' . . . . . .. fe . . " - .V . . .fe . - . ' . . . , a . . . . - . 3 . . . - . . . . . . R' ' . . . . limi M 3 . . . . . . 1 v 9 s 9 . . . . . . . Thomas Perrmo I-C2116 Place John Planted THOMAS PERRINO 1481 Mmeral Spnng Avenue And loved so well a lugh behavwr Eulnson Tom hopes to own an auto repanr garage IS Interested in hockey and football Homeroom Treasurer 1 Dance Committee 1 Baseball 1 Socnal Commxttee 3 LESLIE PLACE 47 Audubon Avenue Farr was she that mazden of seventeen summers LONGFELLOW es llkes swxmmmg basketball and hockey plans to become a dxetman Dance Commntee 1 2 Homeroom Basketball 1-4 Basketball 1 2 Donkey Basketball 3 Forum 4- Summo C0915 3 4 JOHN PLAISTED Rutlstone Road Wzsdom zs knowmg uhat to do next JORDAN Dall Plante ohn enjoys auto racing and basketball plans to attend Boston UDIVCISIIY after graduation from hugh school may jam the Merchant Marme Compton High 12 DAIL PLANTE 366 Fruit Hill Avenue Gwe me such .show gwe me the .streets of Manhattan WHITMAN Butch chooses to become a secretary or oflice worker may be found :ce skatmg dancmg or playing basketball Cap and Gown Commlttee 4 Homeroom Basketball 2 Majorettes 12 Dramancs 13 Soclal Commlttees 2 3 Summo Collxs 4 DOLORES M PRETE 15 Campbell Avenue Show her wwe and good as she ts fazr Wmrmzn Dee aspxres to be elther a school teacher or a child psychologist Home room Vxce Presxdent 2 Treasurer 3 Secretary 4 Prom Commxttee Photo Committee 3 Cheerleaders 2 4 Co Ca tam 3 Captain Prom Queen 3 Graduatron Marshal 3 Socnall Committee 1-3 Rhode Island Honor Society 39 Dolores M Prete Nancy Rigby Clnllllii Roynolds Francl B Reilly FRANCIS B REILLY 19 Rena Street Feeling zs deep and snll LONGFELLOW e hopes to be a radio and television repair man plans to attend Rhode Island Radio School enyoys baseball and football came to North Provx dence during has Iumor year La Salle 1 2 CYNTHIA ,REYNOLDS N llllrll Stwlit little I ask my wants are few HDLMES Cindy likes to roller skate the stock chr races and popular music hopes to become an air line hostess or roller skating teacher works at the Johnston Theater after school Summo Collis 4 NANCY RIGBY 14 Greenfield Avenue Joan Robins Love sweetness goodness in her person shined - LIILTON Carol A. Russo Nan . plnns to be a nursery school teacher . . likes to skate bowl and knit . . . Basketball 2 . Homeroom Basketball 1-3 . . . Donkey Basketball 3 . . Bowling 4 2-Oilice 24 . . Social Committee 2 . Summo Collis 3-4. . ' I IJOAN ROBERTS A 17 Lincoln Avenue How merry is a students life-LONGFELLOW .loanle . . . would like to do oiice work . . prefers records and playing piano . Homeroom Secretary 1 . Vice President 4 Homerooih ball 1-4 5 Summo Collis 4 ' H CAROL A Russo 3 Sprin Street Clad and Splendor as Bejils her Deity-MILTON Carol . . . wishes to be a dre.s designer . . . Homeroom Vice President 2 . . . Cap and Gown Committee 4 . . . Rin Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball - . . Queens Court 3 . . Social Committee 1-4 Chairman 4 . . Summo Collis 3-4 . . . Rhode Island Honor Society. 40 WILLIAM SACCHETTI 270 Grosvenor Avenue doe fable mth somezhmg zo eat Gm y g and football wxll prob , Homeroom ace dent 2 Treasurer 2 ce Cap and Gown ttee 4 Q of 2 W Wham SALISBU W if 2 Meachaw Co Spelk like fall fellow that respects AK!-is Cap and Gown Coinilttee 4 Foo ll l 1 3 Outdoor Track 3 4 Cross Quntry 1 Sump: Collgi 4. 2 Q MAINE s yay 194 H all :dence :uid nfl glistegf- Lownu. a hopes to be a typlst lt the Pmvldenfe Journal woufl lxke also to take a trlp to Italy BRADY! bowl d collectxng football ,nd basketball Homeroom Basketball I2 Prom Comm e 3-4 W1 1am qacchettl DONALD SSLNTANIELLO 1823 Smnh Street Acuon za eloquence SHAKESPEAM: Swxsh enjoys basketball, track swimming and cards Homeroom Vice Presxdent 4 Prom Committee 3 Basketball 1 3 4 Track 3-4 Baseball 1 Prom Kmg 3 Socxal Commxttee 3 SHIRLEY SCARCIGLIA 36 Sunset Avenue And nenr a stgh beneath the sky LANIER 'olurl plans to attend the Conservatory of Musxc to become a smger or player enjoys Choir singing skatmg and swxmmmg Glee Club I School Choir 1 4 Y ocal Ensemble 3 4 One World Show W arrc n gall but Qlurlu Naruglm Donald Nantanullo Flrllllt Nalxaton ll f W L 4' J ' f W' forex' L A I , W , ,, .,eM A ,M 3 N I . . . , V . . . 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V - L 'S y 4 George D Scott .lean Senerchxa Eleanor Siner GEORGE D SCOTT 76 Serrel Sweet Road Serene and resolute and calm and self possessed LONG!-'ELLOW Scotty enjoys hot rods boats and movzes hopes to he a publlc ,amowtant or a salesman works at a servrce statton after school attends the basket ball games helps the fire department JEAN SENERCHIA 1 Bamaly Street A solemn yet a Joyful tbmg zs lzfe Tm-:Ncn Jeanme hopes to become a successful secretary dancmg howlmg col lectmg records and skattng along with workmg after school keep her busy Homeroom Basketball 1 2 4 Clee Club 1 Dramatxcs l ELEANOR SINER 125 Kentland Avenue Every word has ns own spun: Pnocrsn Penn: plans to attend IB M school but would luke to be a pr swtmmer Swxmmmg :kung and pollectmg records are her favorite acttvmes Homeroom Basketball I-4. JOAN SMITH 980 Charles Street For onli' what as sound and strong LONGFELLOW Joanne wtshes to become a secretary or a telephone operator enjoys vmtmg letters or playing basketball works after school m a Jewelry shop and participates tn the chuoeh choir Cheerleaders 3-4 Dramatwo I. SHELBY SMITH 46 Irvmg Street 'it has always an answer ready AESOP Shu' desxres to be an IBM operator hobbxes are dancmg readmg musxc basketball and hockey St Xavters Homeroom Vxce President North Provxdence Homeroom Vxce Prestdent J0311 42 Allce Stone Barbara Stone Nlck Stufang ALICE STONE 12 Rosemont Terrace ..- There as grace to be had Tennyson Alice likes Baseball and basketball plans to be a19eBi! 5 room Treasurer I-ff Vice Presldent 2 Smith: 8 Summo Collis 4 Rhode Island Honor Society if BARBARA STONE Box 156 Centredale I wzll dwlde my goods EMERSON Barb enjoys roller skatmg dancmg swimmmg and hstemng 5 cords but deslres to become a secretary or an au' lme hostess Homeroom Badtetball 3-4 Cheerleaders 3-4 Rhode Island Honor Socrety NICK STUFANO 15 CBIOVIIII Street Art IS the revelatzon of man LONG!-'EL1.ow Davld Sweet Nlck deslres to become a ballplayer Student Councxl 3 Homeroom Presxdent 3 Rmg Commlttee 3 Football 1 3 Baseball 1 3 Honorable Mentxon Baseball 1 2 All State Baseball 3 DAVID SWEET Melton Street They love truth who to themselves are true LOWELL Dave spends Ins txme swlmmmg boatmg and playing football plans after graduation mvolve the maunes Cap and Gown Commlttee 4 Football Hockey 3-4 Indoor Track 1 2 Outdoor Track 1-4 Basketball Homeroom Basketball 1-4 NANCY TAIT 2198 Mineral Spring Avenue Be slow of tongue and qzuck of eye Cznvanrss Nan spends her spare tune workmg after school as a bookkeeper attends the basketball kpmea Homeroom Treasurer 4 Graduauon Usher 3 Summo Colhs 4 Rhode Island Honor Society Nancy Tan 4 3 A A gf A 5 3 V N I , K -fa xx ,A ' ' 'f 543' W fi, "buf 'W 'ft J , 'ff' e 'mf 2 M. ,X ,512 V: ' -- "V ' "gl fi? 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Joan M Thorpe Jean Thornton Robert Thomas John T Tuhey X xrgmxa Tootell ROBERT THOMAS Smnth Avenue Happy thnce happy everyone who sees has labour well begun LoNcrr:L1.ow enjoys photography and readlng handwrmng plans to attend the Umversny of Rhode Island Student Council 2 Homeroom President 2 Homeroom Basketball 2 4 Summo Collxs 4 JEAN' THORNTON 9 Warren Street Only mtl speeches fort site woos the gentle azr MILTON Ieame likes to dlnce and sew hopes to be a fashlon deslgner m Call forma enyoys sports as well as dancmg bowlmg hockey and basketball spends spare time worlrmg as assembler m a Jewelry shop JOAN M THORPE 140 Olney Avenue Ambman I3 not a mee for lutle people MONTAGUE Joanne enjoys photography baseball and basketball wxll attend Rhode Island School of Nursxng Homeroom Basketball l 2 Graduation Usher Socnal Committee 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Bowling 4 Orchestra Rhode Island Honor Society Summo Collxs 4- JOHN T TUHEY 331 Central Avenue Tas only noble to be good Tl-INNYSON Johnny hopes to work an the iield of agnculture lakes horses and borne back ndmg plans to attend the Rhode Island Umvolsiiy wotis after school in the A 8: P Sophomore Hop Kmg VIRGINIA TOOTELL 31 Hobson Avenue A lrttle common sense ts often of more value than much cunning HOMER Ginny rs mterested rn becoming a bookkeeper or an oflice worker lkes popular musrc the Rhode Island Reds and the Four Aces works after school an Newherrys Summo Collns 4 44 DONALD TREESE 2806 Hanford Street Do well and ugh: and let the world smk RAVENSCBAIT Q n desires to be a physrcal education teacher 611018 Nllbtkly I and playmg basketball plans to attend Mt Union School sa ter school at the YMCA as a boys leader Appleton Hugh I 3 SHIRLEY ANN TUCKER 657 Greenvrlle Avenue Huch your wagon to a :tar EUEKSON Bunny ts Interested ln becommg a nurse or Jommg the Woman e Corps lrkes dancing, singing and roller skatmg belongs to the uid Forces Letter Wntxng Mt Pleasant Girls Volley Ball 2 J North Providence Vocal nsemble ARTHUR VACCA JR 1822 Mlnenl Sprung Avenue Youth I do adore thee SHAKESPEARE Donald Treese Sonny plans on bemg an engmeer is mterested nn huntmg, fishmg and sports may attend Rhode Island University after hlgh school attended Nathanxel Green Homemom Secretary 4 Football 1-4 Hockey 2 4 Baseball I 3 Track l JOHN WALSH 6 Haleolm Street But the ma worth, wills ra the one who wtll srmle Wu.cox ack lxltes huntmg hockey and football desires to be a professional football player belongs to the Naval Reserve and the Geneva Flre Company La Salle Football 1 3 North Provrdence Basketball 4 PETER WILCOX Greeavllle Youth comes but once tn a hfeume LoNcrEu.ow Pete lakes motor boatmg, satl boatmg and swxmmmg enjoys watchmg baseball, blikeibtll, and hfwkey rs member of the Provldence DeMolay Cross Country 1 4 Baseball 1 3 4 Hockey 3-4 K' Shlrley Ann Tucker Peter Wxlcox .lohn Walsh 45 Arthur Vacca, Jr Track 2 RICHARD WILDER 111 High SCTVICC Avenue To speak kzndly does not hurt the tongue ENGLISH Pnovlama Dick may become a mechamc llkes basketball baseball football and hockey works after school cutting lawns plans to Jom the Alr Force BERNICE WILLIS 172 Waterman Avenue A wuty uoman zs a treasure C EIEREDITH Gracle desires to be a nurse IS mterested ln roller skating Student Council 2 Home-room Presldznt 2 Tna urer 3 Secretary 1 Cheerleadt rs 3 4 Homeroom Basketball 1 3 Bowlmg 4 Dramatlcs 4 Antlphonal Chotr 1 2 Spelling Bee 3 Summo Collxs 4 BARBARA YORSTON 4-9 Adams Street The best of healers 15 good cheer PINDAR Rlchard Wllder Barbre lxkes dancmg roller and ICC skatm plans on bemg a Waf or secretary works as a typlst for a constructxon company belongs to the Bermce Wlllls Cxvxl A1r Patrol and ,Iumor Achlevement Glrls Basketball 12 Soclal Commlttee 1 2 Summo Collis 4 ANNINA ZARRELLA 4-0 Monson Street A good mmd possess s a kmgdom SENECA Anne plans to attend Rhode Island Hospltal School of Nursmg enjoys kmttmg travelmg campmg basketball and xce katmg belongs to the Co operatnve Campers Club Summo Collls 4- Rhode Island Honor Soclety Barbara lorston Anmna Zarrella 46 NIR PRESIDENT TIES HIS SHOES 15-1 I Q ll Sli NS IHIXI POINI I0 VHP FLTUHI' QH-RRP XQ X IXFK :sr lllfllllglflf 117111 11 sf Ill. fx I Su re I Ir sz: VII Il H 4 0 N SENIOR SATELLITES IHIW RIKIQN IN nl. BATTINR LP Ideal Senza: ix Dlx Lrxx U Qt lthf llc Roux LOIANTUNIU md N 5 vnu 47 GOING PL M If S Moa! I 01 ular IN l,l'YINI' cm N1 Nl C01 Xllfll HHN I flzs 'Vlzzmn CHOSEN BY POPULAR DEMAND 'T IR mm' Ile sl Iool mg Il ILRI' HI VVIBRANDIS Illia firm! F XRN H XX XXI SHUI' IIIINI DONP9 Y I U1 ll I xxl N1 ,ae FACETIOUS TW OSOMF Wrtllesl IN IJ1 anl Xwwx CAYIUNI SENIOR SATELLITLQ CURTAIN CALL Class Acror and Actress Pmwgx Lau and Jon Lux! SNIILE A WHILE Best Personalzty Jann llulw and EIPKNOK B1 CPXHSG .4 x X UNDERCLASSMEN fm: Following in our Footsteps .' 4Xx,-W H .yah Q EMINENT EXECUTIVES , RICHARD MANOCCHIA, President . . . varsity basketball player . . . has led class for two years . . . Student Council member for three years. Affable and forceful. JACK HURLEY, Vice President . . . member of Student Council . . . enthusiastic jazz fan . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . future in the Air Force. Agreeable, stalwart. ELAINE ZEPPA, Secretary . . . co-captain of the cheerleaders . . . Sophomore Hop Queen . . . enjoys dancing and records . . . basketball fan. Cheerful, understanding. ANN HIGGINS, Treasurer . . . peppy cheer- leader . . . Yearbook artist . . . plans to attend Rhode Island School of Design . . .-likes basketball. THEY SERVED WELL Trustworthy, c0mpeteIlt. Left to Right: Jack Hurley, Ann Higgins, Elaine Zcppa, Richard Manocchia. .I OCULAR .I UNIORS Row I--Antonia Bucci, Ann Bastianelli, Ann Antonelli, Eleanor Conti, Marie Barbieri, Carole Camparone, Louise Bettencourt, Patricia Bond, Margaret Cimini, Bette Butera, Joyce Davis Row 2-Robert Brown, Doris Belshaw, Jean Briggs, Roberta Coletta, Anita Aloisio, Beverly Burns, Barbara Cinami, Margaret Costigan, Barbara Birch, John Bcrube Row ff-Jr-an Bcrubc, Ronald Bessctte, Anthony Arlia. George Brett, Arthur Crossman, Robert Blackwood, Gerald Carlton, Ralph DeAngelis Row 4 -Charles Boucher, Carl Anderton, Alan Atkinson, Vincent Alterio, Ernest Cabral il U Qi "" , 23 2-1 112+ . , f " X " ' 1 4 HN fg11:f?,f?A f 1 'gg 'sr ' 99 55 xr' .Q "bi 4 ' at G 2 1 7-5 X 1 lr ' f AV' X 1--Q . -if . . si g ar M WW V , .Ai OL M .,.A-fu' .gg-TN, A, Wg, ....:L5 Hr x'mfjx K S. T J' Q-ll ' 1? XM X -I "1 .. M " I A , ' 1 ga-v-545 -3553 'if Q Y K Muff ' 5 .,,. Vg .,. ,...z'f 1 1 A 'I vas- 4-'C' s - 4" 1' ' V' V-", .. ,. M 1 .a . J M 3' X h . ., .. , A X 4 :QLU7 'EW 9 'E' 3, ,ff ' "X M- A mg -f 1 5 A ' F . 1' s "XM-ga, CALENDAR OF EVENTS Sept. 8: 148 Juniors begin a new year at N.P.H. Sept. 16: Nominations for class officers held Sept. 23: Oflicers democratically chosen: Dick Man- occhia, Presidentg Jack Hurley, Vice President: Elaine Zeppa, Secretaryg Clee Higgins, Treasurer Oct. 15: Ring and Social Committees elected Nov. 23: Class ring chosen. Traditional emblem Feb. 3: Spelling Bee: Lois DeStefano wins class championship for second time, and school title Feb. 5: Eileen Salvadore and Vincent Alterio elected by P.D. classes to Model Legislature Feb. 10: Prom theme chosen. Effect of starlight and moonglow to predominate at this major event March 5: Long awaited rings arrive on schedule May 7: Prom night! Junior's dance to Ed Drew's music JOCULAR JUNIORS Row I Elsie Raccio Barbara Paola Joan Pfefferle Joyce McKenna, Dianne Littlefield, Jean Jacques, Gail Johnson Jean Paollno June Naylor Germaine Jutras Carol Morvan. Row 9 Richard Perrv Daud Neff Rosemarie lmondi Jean Roberts, Jean Pincince, Marie Potvin, Eileen Row 3 Joseph Petroff George Keene Rlehard Moore Pasquale Notorantonio, Richard Manocchia, Robert Row 4 Walter Labrle Ralph Manchester Clinton Mowry Ronald Kershaw, Paul Piggott, Edward Maroney. P if fr 5 ,I 'li JOCULAR JUNIORS Row I -Bette Vacea, Frances Savastano, Ann Sweet, Evelyn Wlaclclington. Elaine Zeppa, Eileen Salvaclore, Patricia Spencer, Sally Nugent, Irene Theroux, Gloria Stone. Vilma Valente 1:11102-A,Ii'ZlIlIlP Nlorvan. Nancy Rey. Claire Tlnnnsrm. Natalie Vaughn. lfllmn Sm-rugey. Janice Swenson. fieurgina llulnerlsun. Susan Wiare. Nancy Swan. liarlvara llieu Row 3-Stephen Sherman. Charles Salisbury. ,luflith Turlinu. ljllflhllly Ser-liin. Patricia My ers. Kenneth Silva. Charles Weston, John Rappa Rau' '13 Foster Wiggins. Wiilliam Squamlritu. liulvert Rim-ei. James Wiieselquist. Eflwin Shaw. Alan Wiilliams BOYVLING LEAGUE YVHIZY 'ezifgzg S we Right: f' .r'.i Y "PUNK, PLANK. PLFNKN is music to the ears of Marie Per- rino as she practices rolling that hall clmsn the alley for another strike. -V' f V Y, .mzfff it gut -1--- ag, , ,S-I 55 ABLE ADMINISTRATORS KENNETH COSTA, President . . . Jayvee basket- ball player . . . member of Yearbook staff . . . enjoys popular music . . . plans to be a teacher. Ambitious and eager. JOHN LUCA. Vice President . . . ardent baseball fan . . . entertains at assemblies with his accordion . . . enjoys dancing and music. Dependable and jocular. ANN FABRIZIO, Secretary . . . second year in this position . . . likes sports in general . . . capable oflice assistant . . . Homeroom secretary. Refined and trim. LOUISE YESSELLA. Treasurer . . . was freshman treasurer . . . bowls and plays tennis . . . is an accomplished piano player. Personable and most courteous. THE SMILE'S THE THING Left to Right: John Luca, Kenneth Costa, Louise Vessela, Ann Fabrizio SOCIABLE SOPHOMORES Row I -Joan Colavecchio. Serena Caleagni, Karen Bowe, Judith Carroll, Ruth Cawthron, Rita Ciaccia, Mar- lene Uenessen. Lois Derouin. Nancy Bottomley. Dolores DeCristafaro, Cora Cook, Joan Bamber, Jennie Antonuccio. Virginia Desautel Row 2-Joyce Conte, Alice Boyle, Margaret Chabot. Enis Cambio. Elaine Bonsignore, Dolores Caranci Betty Bonsignore. Rosemarie Colaveeehio, Carol DellVIonico, Adrian Corvese, Phyllis Castello Row 5' - Peter Bucci. Peter Crossman, Alan Bessette. June Bozigian, Barbara Blackburn, Rose Marie Arse- nault. Joseph Bradley. Kenneth Costa, Robert Cranshaw Row 4-Norman Barone, Anthony DiStefanis, James DiCenzo, Ronald Cardin, Anthony Barbieri, Nicholas Bungiro, David Carroll 56 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Sept. 8: 167 students return as Sophomores Sept. 16: Nominations for class oflicers held Sept. 23: Olhcers remain the same as previous year except for vice president. Kenneth Costa, Presi- dent, John Luca, Vice Presidentg Ann Fabrizio, Sec- retary: and Louise Vessella, Treasurer Oct. 5: Dance decoration committee begins work Nov. 20: Gym decked out in pirates, fish nets, and treasure chests for the Soph Hop, John Luca and Barbara Lebeau chosen King and Queen by class fan. 4: Jean Ferron celebrates his arrival in Amer- ica from Paris by promptly breaking his arm fan. 27: Two groups of Sophomore yodelers steal the show at the Language Department assembly Feb. 3: June Bozigian becomes Soph spelling champ "PASS THAT PEACE PIPE, BURY THAT Feb. 7: Here comes the bride! Adviser married! HATCHETR we say to Bill Dodge, who belongs to a junior archeological society. SOCIABLE SOPHOMORES Row I - Marcy Mendes, Nancy Lauder. Carolyn Morin, Nancy MacConnell, Marie Palumbo, Mary Notargia- como, Barbara Lebeau, Irma Miller, Marion Papp, Barbara Payette, Myrna Penta, Beatrice Leonetti Row 2- Carol Martineau, Joyce McLeon, Margaret Loomis, Elsa Loescher, Patricia Labbdie, Cornelia Penta, Dorothy Onsley, Patricia Peach, Ann Maceroni, Marie Perrino Row 3 Joseph Parenteau Richard lambcrt George Petrocelli Phillip Millett Ro er Morin Arthur Paquette MGTIO Mlnnella Frank Paolo John Nastarl Row 4 John Luca Robert O Brien Ro s Manocchla James O Reilly Richard Labolssomere John Palumbo .4 58 SOCIABLE SOPHOMORES Rau' I - Arlene Stewart. Sue Ann Pisani. Barbara Wlatts. Marilyn Stulmlis, Janet Wlllifl Barbara Proxo t Nancy Turner. Marilyn Prete. Linda Rapisarda. Caroline Scott. Marguerite q3lll1ll!'X Row 2-Roy Sharkey, Joyce Thornton, Louise Vessella, Barbara Pignatclli, Gertrude qllillil Ruth St Cer maine. Gloria Polseno. Jean Raflanelli, james Rossi Row 3-Kenneth Sarazen, Richard Pistacchio, John Tucciarone. Richard Trfimonti Richard Qeemueller Phillip Zaccagnini, Edward Sylvia Ron' llhliussell Walker. Florie Seehio. David Stalmile. David Hyone. Robert Rlolc Daniel qmith Richard St. Germaine Right: NCOOL CLEAR WATER', is an accepted invitation to Rosalie Everett as she prepares to practice at the Rhode Island t Aquatic Association pool. if f mm---MW... 59 A. .4 A A SOPHONIORE IN THE SW IM I' LITTLE LEAGUERS PETER FILIPPI, President . . . member of foot- ball team . . . Jayvee basketball player . . . re- spected by his classmates . . . ardent baseball fan. Active and industrious. EUNICE JOHNSON, Vice President . . . enjoys swimming and tennis . . . takes pleasure in horse- back riding . . . likes to listen to popular records. Friendly and petite. JOYCE MENDES, Secretary . .. favorite pastime, reading mystery stories . . . enjoys swimming . . . loves to dance . . . sings for pleasure. Co-opera- tive and understanding. SHEILA SPENCER, Treasurer . . . supporter of N all school sports . . . Benny Goodman fan . . . l member of St. Lawrence Basketball Team . . . En- joys bowling. Sociable and witty. STROLLING ALONG TOGETHER Left lo Right: Eunice Johnson, Joyce Mendes, Peter Filippi, Sheila Spencer. FRIENDLY FRESHMEN Row I - Grace DeConcilis, Leah Carlton, Linda Brothers, Virginia Caranci, Nina Celona, Emily Calitri, Lucy Calitri. Corrine Del5esto, Beverly Bisesi, Joan Cunningham. Arlene Barratt, Lucia Curreri. Joyce Barth Ron' 2-Robert Davidson, Frank Anderson, Joseph Actis, Judy Curreri, Clair Brett, Mary Bowden, Dolores Balrlisari. Patricia Razzle. Norma Borrelli. David IJiFilippo. lfmil Charbonneau, Ronald Chase Ron' 3 - Robert DcPalma, Tommy Cash, Michael DeLuca, David Burdett, Robert Baglini, Donald Carr, Robert Cesana, Pasco DelFarno, Henry Cesana, Sam DeCenzo Rau' 4 - Michael Carruolo, Sylvester Bowers, Robert Anclreozzi, Richard Cashman, Jack Carclarelli, Lawrence Dante, Louis Cote, Robert Balme, John Caloura i 60 '-W f ' . xg ' Q1 I I 1 -JT ,L ...4 ,.a-.. .....a- f'f, 1 A -, , :L-A I 'Q Q ind, if YW T -1, if A , , . rgf -my Q 1 1 3 1 , , ,, ST' 5 - 5 , 8,1 W, Q L, 1 'ggii ji-"Li fkiiliil' fq ' J- AY' mfk v A f 33 fff-f f ' ' - P' if , ! 3 Q ff+:f1il' i'f T135 s, iv fi N! - 2 , .K f up A A - - .r.Zf..!...,,.J.7...I:J . A , ' , , A - : A: , If'1f A X A 1 S ' 'f" g "" ' 1 wr 'f - w Yi, ' 4 by 'Q M ' '- 1 --wv:J+fi'35:z'br- I g . Q H j X f 1 1' li v ,.x,,.l.!,,i-k,,a.,,,-,,.,.:' . . ' ,Q ' , f' s " .- f A I . W.. 4. x A Ni Ax ' Y ' -w" '5 ' J ' -I , - f X , .4 ,VKV 5.1. ,, V, A D - " fx Af L 5, jf- , fl- L.. , , ,av w h42f+f...z:g:,5Tn. Q X ' -f i ,. 1 in-43: 5 jg, , I, ff Y will f 'f'?g-M 1 v , ,,, - ' M5 rs - .J 1 ,V nh. -.Q 1' , Q A Q pw ,ae viz J, ' A FRESHMAN CALENDAR Sept. 8: 177 Freshmen begin a new phase in their KT education. They ask the traditional questions. Sept. 16: Class officers nominated with alacrity Sepl. 23: Returns in - Peter Filippi, President, Eunice Johnson, Vice President: Joyce Mendes, Sec- X11 X retaryg Sheila Spencer, Treasurer, new executives Feb. 3: Spelling Bee: Judith Morse outspells other Freshmen contestants to win class title March 17: Sheila Spencer and Arlene Barratt take part in forum on lowering the voting age. They represented the Freshmen in the lnterclass discus- sion, and held their own with the upperclassmen April 30: Freshmen hold the first social event of their CBICCI' T The Dutch TWlI'l. IflCIltlHCallOIl NEITHER! Archery is Mike Dellugag bracelets awarded to Ideal Freshmen by Principal hobby. Here he draws a bead on the bulls- eye. FRIENDLY FRESHMEN Row 1 -Elizabeth 0iNeil, Rosalie Lopez, Willa Lauder, Eunice Johnson, Loretta Mancini, Frances Monroe, Maureen O'Hara, Elizabeth Lawton, Judith Morse, Dolores Olivo. Joyce Nolin, Nancy Palmieri, Lois Morvan Row 2-Norma Landry, Carol Martin, Victorina Luiz, Carolyn Notorantonio, Nancy Lloyd, Audrey Kalous- tian, Barbara Naylor, Marie Mansi, Elaine Munise, Carol Mancini, Clair Langevin Row 3- Fred Mendes, Edward Palumbo, Marie Lavoie, Angela Nassi, Carolyn lmondi, Lucille lllizzi, Joyce Mendes, Lewis Nassi, Anthony Matrumalo Row 4 - Donald Oliver, Raymond Johnson, Dominic Liberatore, llarold Naylor, Joseph Maione, Dennis O,Brien, Eugene Jutras, William Mancini l 4... , . , 1 62 FRIENDLY FRESHMEN Row I - Shirley Pitassi. Judy Pistaeellio. Theresa Tarvis. Franees SanCiovanni. Roberta Sirotti. Rarhara Phan- euf. lleverly Vllillianis, Arlene Rossi. ,ludith Travis. Naney Xvnar. lane Potter. Sllirly Yvarrull. loyee HOlPll'llZlllil Rau' 2- Peter Vllillarrl. Geraldine Rim-i. lrene Thorley. Sheila Speiieer. Rita Sr-opt-liti. Nlunru-n Smith. lflor- enee Shipper-, Eileen Ranallo, Roberta Petronella, Suzanne Vallee, Richard Johnson Row 3- Russell St. Peter, Joseph Rotondo. Alvah Vernava, Wvaltcr Wlliittingslow. Geoffrey Wveston. DKJIIIPIIIC Vaeca. Walter Passano, John Priestley, Carl Russo, James Yorston. Albert Paolino Row 4-Donald Rigby, Bernard Slater. Walter Stockwell, Frank Tudino. John Vaillaneourt. Ralph Wlilkes. Michael Russo, Edward Sullivan, Henry Rotondo, William Smith LIGHT OF FOOT. G.-XY OF HEART Right: NSPECTRIC OF A ROSE" sets the theme for Corinne DelSesto's elioreography. Corinne has studied ballet in New York City. 1- 1 'C E.. J -59.65 TWO OF OUR ABLE REPRlfISEN'l'ATlVES, Eileen Salvzulore and Vincent Alterio stop to chat before representing the sc-lrool in the State Model Legislature. '93 N TEACHERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP WINNER and DAR Representatlve to the State Conferenee Dolores Prete snnles happlly for the camera WHO S WHO SHE WON A COVETED PRIZE the Frult H111 Women s Club Seholarshlp Carol Russo also repre sented us as a ueen at the March of Dlmes Ice Show up M11 452 Q2 lhfff AN ACILF SPRINTER FOR TWO YEARS Ernest Cabral wlll probably be our star trackman durm the commg season Erme IS really good' I f , 1 1' K . ' , I I .. A . ,t-, , , ,, L fm. 9 1 . . . ' 1 v , x M . - 9 ' 3 45' . I l ' fm igi' - f . 2 Q- vf' i . -if gkm k ' 1 V" bggflkw .1 ,M ,r 4-:J v " 7 A L J 1 4 7 . U . . . l U - . 64 THF SENIORS CHOSE FHENI to recelve the Babe Ruth Good Sporteman hrp Ass ard 'Nlck Stu fano all round athletc and Anne D1Cu1l1o popular cheer leader X Q HE W ON TV 0 AWARDS the Llons Club Annual Seholarslup and the Balfour Ass ard for dependablllty ,Inn O Brlen Sll1tltllllCOUIlLll and Senlor President IN THE SCHOOL HAPPY HOOPSTERS Ray Marvell and Bllly Doyle practlce shootlng before a tame Both are pronn rn materlal for Qtar posltlons next year -ff PALSING BEFORE A SEQSION of the Model Congree Senators Joe DlfNlll3fO and Dlck Coxta sean notes Hepreeentatn es ,lon Fercuoon and Bull Bryclen look on 65 v , , . . . - S' ' -1 ' - I x . .. Q 7 5 ' 'F' ... .4 a X ' ., . v Y W . , A s U ki . v .. . , . , . . . N . . it l ' . 2 , ' be . 9 Y V . ' 0 1 . .q. U . y . . V i D M11 XJ' .. ,1 . --P mi! . ff , . ' r A I A ' .ff ' ,r -1 1 lx 4 R X 1' , at , , - l , -s. '.' ' - i N .Y U V . SHE SINGS PROFESSIONALLY Wllh a popular orchestra at Rhodes Carol Morvan petlte Junlor has also entertalned us durmg assemblles ln the past year THIS IS THF SP COND YEAR tlmt Bull Bryden has rtprc entcd the smhool lIl the Junior Chamber of I ommcrmc spon orcrl l Speak for Democracy con test WHO'S WHO OUR LITTLI' FR XLLFIN Daly H r th 1 a talented slnger and clancer and has appeared on tele VISION She has been ln the Lnlted States only two years WfE MADE THE STATE PLAY OFFS star Art C rossman seems to be sayln to goalle Erme Aubln both made excellent rccorcls durmg the hockey season , . . J J 1 1 C s - s 5' ' ' A N 1, Q 6. 75 -. Q A Y 1 TID' lv ,. '! ,J , X . .. . , l GG 99 w I , l w i v-O, . . . 1 . . - . D . T , ' Y w . v . . . .- 1 ar, ' ls-, s 9 . .. . ,. THIS IS W HERE I CAME FROM says .lean lerron pomtm to Parls ,lean enrolled ln ,Ianuary and has c-ntcrtalnecl u wlth song and w1t ever smce FQ' I IVE GIVE THEE THANKS reads Carol Olivo from her wlnnlnt, essay whlch represented the school Ill the Governors Thanksblvln Proclamatlon Con es IN THE SCHOOL DANCE BALLERINA DANCE' Corlnne Del Sesto talented Freshman strlkes a pose for the cam era Though young she IS a capable danclng teacher s l l I IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME, Don Brown and Nlck Stufano talk os er the afternoon's blg game Both have made the baseball team smce Freshman days 67 ' ii ' W as ' 79 A - s 71 . . g . . . x . I S . V. . . s' ' 9:-l"Ql', f1L"3 r :V Q Q7-.S 21- ," , , 3 iff , I 'I 'Fel 3 :A -' Q- V f' of i, '-' -4 1 'Qa- , -if b lllfjflfg GG ' 99 ' . . 0 Y . MQM . , U. . U . . D I I I. , . 9 a ' ' e 5 ' n I , . . n , ffl 5 . ' , gi g lift' H+' 1 it lf I 3 . I I , all' ' W s XJ 'N K5 ATHLETICS xx- vg X.: E ' Q , 1 E ' I xi - M. - 6 6x 1 I W? ' , 7 Q f If ,M Q f 1 ' :,., , 'gjgi L L 7 I Q2-, x' I ,,,,., v,,,.,, r V. M - 5 A f u ff X W . 5. ' -' ' fm .. --- . s " "' - ' W . 1 , X, , -1- M'-' 4' . X1--Il'-'S' X I Sportsmanship is the Keynote sf--U., Q. Q: Front Row, Left to Right: Peter Fillippi, Richard Perry. Richard Seemueller, Anthony DiStefanis, Frank Paola, George Petrocelli, David Stabile, Nick Bungiro, Ted Giorgi, Edward DiGiulio, and Manager Joe DiPalma. Middle Row, Left to Right: Assistant Manager Robert Ricci, Paul Olivo, Adrien Angell, Joseph Milliken, Donald Brown, John Devine, Gerald Earnshaw. Jon Ferguson, Warreri Salisbury, and Head Coach Bernie Grossi. Rear Row, Left to Right: Assistant Coach Henry McDeed, David Sweet, Ernie Aubin, Peter Leva, Nick Stufano, Arthur Vacca, Michael Rocchio, John Serapiglia, John Murphy, and Bobby Gaudet. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. 26 3 10 17 241 31 7 14 21 COUGAR FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OUTSTANDING PLAYERS North Providence O Burrillville 33 Nick Stufano, Arthur Vacca, John Murphy, and David Sweet. North Providence 6 Barrington 8 J0lf1H Murphy and Arthur VHCCB- North Providence 6 Colt Memorial 24 Pete Leva, Nick Stufano, John Serapiglia, Art Vacca, John Murphy, and Jerry Earnshaw. North Providence 6 Warren 13 Nick Stufano, John Murphy, and Art Vacca. North Providence 6 East Greenwich 20 NiCk SU1fafl0, and .lOllr1 Murphy. North Providence 0 North Providence 1 North Providence 6 North Providence 4-T South Kingstown 12 North Kingstown 0 Lockwood 27 Pawtucket Voke 7 Nick Stufano, and John Murphy, 1Game forfeited to North Providence.J Bob Gaudet, Nick Stufano, John Serapiglia, and John Murphy. Jack Devine, Nick Stufano, John Serapiglia, and John Murphy. 70 A TACKLE: A Colt carrier is taken down by Jack Devine in the Colt encounter. FOOTBALL With Mr. McDeed as assistant coach and Mr. Crossi serving his second year as head coach the N. P. H. squad dominated by seniors re-entered the Class C Interscholastic Foot- ball League this year. Because of the lack of sullicient depth in substitutes the Blue and Gold did not fare well losing every game except the last one against Pawt. Voke from which we walked away with a 47 to 7 victory. The game against Barrington proved a most exciting contest but despite the out- standing playing by Johnny Murphy and Arthur Vacca, the Cougars were edged out by Barrington 8-6. Although the Blue and Gold were defeated by Warren 13-6, the game proved most excit- ing as Murphy, Vacca and Nick Stufano played exceptionally well. After North Kingstown forfeited the game to N. P. H., the Cougars lost to Lockwood, 27-6. The game against Colt played on our home field sparked a great deal of interest. In this tilt Bobby Gaudet intercepted a Colt pass and ran ,99 yards from the N. P. one yard line. To the disappointment of all loyal N. P. H. root- ers, however, the ball was returned to the 4-2 yard line on a clipping penalty. The Colt game saw Co-Captain Pete Leva lost for the rest of the season when he suffered a fractured leg. The box score doesn't tell all about our club as the spirit and morale was at an all time high with the boys in there fighting every game. FADING BACK: Nick Stufano fNo. 281 with the protection of J-ohn Serapiglia fNo. 131 seeks out a receiver in the Pawt. Voke contest. RUN-BACK: Nick Stufano fNo. 361 receiv- ing good blocking by Bob Gaudet KNO. 81 in the N. P. H.- Colt game. Kneeling let to rzght Davld Carroll Henry Cesana Ernest DIGIUIIO Standmg le t to nght Alan Wllll3mS John Emm Peter Wllcox John Cabral COUGAR HARRIERS CLOSE DaV1d Carroll and John Emm race to the fimsh CROSS COUNTRY Wlth three senlors on the team and many promlslng under classmen the Cougars had one of thelr best seasons rn cross country At the Columbus day meet the Blue and Gold placed elghth Outstandlng rn this meet were the brothers John and Ernest Cabral l the State Champxonshlp meet the Cougars placed tenth wlth Henry Cesana provmg to he a great asset ln thls test John Emm Peter Wllcox and John Cabral ended thelr hm h school careers thls year Out tandmg for the season was Henry Cesana who was looked upon as the most valuable runner for the season Mr Zambarano hopes for a better team next year because of the number of underclassmen who partlclpated thls year DUAL MEETS Team Opposztzon N P H LaSalle Coventry OUTDOOR TRACK Wlth the largest number of underclassmen reporting ln re cent years the 1934- outdoor track squad started 1ts season w1th many partlclpatlng 1n the d1Herent events ThlS years schedule mcludes such events as dlsc throwm yavelln throwlng hammer throw 1ng hlgh and low hurdles shot broad Jump hlgh Jump 100 yd dash 220 440 run 880 and mlle The schedule calls for ten dual meets and because of the large turnout of boys It IS hoped that the 1953 record mll be bettered ff! John Seraplglla Joe M1ll1k1n and Dave Sweet are consldered the backbone of the squad xn commg meets OFF Daye Sweet I'CCClVlIlg the baton from John Seraplglla takes off 1n the mlle relay Because of the large turnouts and the lmproved cond1t1on of the regulars Coach Anthony OUTDOOR Zambarano looks forward to a TRACK FORM Joe Mxlllken throw mg the shot put KNEELINC LEFT TO RIGHT Henry Cesana Don Rlgby Joe Nlllllken Mlchael Russo Vlnny Guertln Walter Whlttln slow Ken Sllva Dlck Johnson Bob Cesana STANDING IEFT TO RIGHT Johnnv Murphy Johnny beraplglla Nlxck Bongarlo Pete Glonls ,llmmy Halgh Ralph Wxlkes Jon Ferguson Raymond Chew Harold Lexus Davld :weet Mr Zambarano Coach 75 . - 1, ' ff ' ' '. if ., 'iff K . . - 1 4 , . 1 1 . , . W 31 ' I V' l I , ' 4 e 1 1 , , . I 1 1 1 1 - lf Y - 1 AT 0 0 u Q u " 4 . X , 1 1 1 good year. TEAM 71 5 Z 1 . lf A ' . 1 2 1 . . U Y . . tl 1 5 , fi ' a a . - u u n a A i 1 1 : , V1 ,I U 1 l ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 V v Y 1 W 1 1 - 1 ,I 1 , V . 1, .QQ .L 4 " Xe I 'Q ,K . 1 A f A . ll 1 f f Opponent H ll Qt VARSITY Kneelzrzz Le t to Right Ernle Cabral John Murphy Ray Marwell Don Santanlello Bllly Doyle and Bobby Gaudet Stanzlzng Let to Rzghl Bob RICCI Alan AflClI1SOIl Warren Sahsbury Dlck M3HOCChl3 James OBr1en Bob Man a11 and Manager ,lon Ferguson V'1rs1ty Basketball Scheclule Cumberland De LaSalle LaSalle Pawtucket East Lockwood Sacred Heart Central Falls Aldrlch West W3fYN1Lk CIBSQICSI Gorton Pass tucket Voke Locku ood Sacred Hea1t O Brlen O B1 1en Gaudet O Brlen Santamello Gaudet Gaudet O Brlen 0 Brlen VIHIIOCCDIH Gaudet O Bflell O Br1en O Brlen COUGAR QU INTET Central Falls Pawtucket East Aldrlch We t W3fWV1Ck Cla lcal Gorton Pawtucket Voke U J Murphy D Santamello J OBr1en R Gaudet J OBr1en W Sallsbury J OBIICII J 0Br1en .l 7 I . : . ., . , 7 . Y, .I . 7 , . , ,C , . N. P. ig eXU!'t'!' 57 46 J. 1 ' 13 , 55 J. 7 -' 14 57 R. 11 1 . 35 J. 1 ' 17 1 54 D. ' 18 68 R. 16 ' 67 R' 7 52 73 . J. O,Brien 7 56 1 47 . ' ' 47 J. 1 ' 17 53 J. , . 9 71 ' 56 . 1 ' 5 33 D.- ' 14 52 S ' 60 - 46 R, 18 67 SS' 37 . ' ' '- 5 V 42 J. 1 ' 20 - ' - - 46 J. t ' 16 57 68 . 1 ' ' 43 J. 5 ' 13 49 - ' 30 . ' ' 74 BASKETBALL ln his second year of coaching the Blue and Gold Mr Geor e Cesana built the team around the three regulars from last year James 0 Brien Don Santan iello and Bobby' Gaudet The completed five ln eluded Warren Salisbury Johnny Murphy and Dick Manocchla lnterchanging posltlons ln the opening game with Lockwood the experl enced three united and scored 66 54 ln the next two games Sacred Heart and Central Falls showed their colors by scoring 68 54 and 67 to 25 respec tlyely a alnst N P II Bobby Gaudet IH the Sacred lleart game netted sixteen points on his fancy shots Aldrich fell easy prey to the Cougars by being defeated 6041 yyith Captain Jim OBrien scoring seventeen points mostly on excellent set shots West Waryylclx the surprise team of the season easily took NP 53 33 while the Classical Five S 14 yylth Bobby Caudet shooting for fourteen points in this game Gorton defeated the Blue and Gold 46 37 as ,llm 0Brnn 1 frm d Pl hteen points but the next two games proyed to he rather easy victories as Paw tucket Voke and lor kyy ood fell by scores of 56 42 and 51 46 respectlyely Jim O Brien with fine sup port from his team mates scored tyyenty and sixteen points in these games Sacred Heart with a late 4th quarter purge de feated the gallant quintet 48 42 The Cougars had led all the may untll late ln the game when the Beavers galned control of the ball several times dlrectlv under their basket Central Falls had a llttle tougher time with the Cougar FIVE but the N P Cagers finally lot 13 02 Johnnv Murphy scored seventeen points on his excellent ball handllng and shootln in this game For the second time this season Aldrlch fell to N P 1156 but West Warwick defeated the Cou gars 60 52 Classical was an easy vlctlm for the Cougar Five who connected on most of their shots and won 67 31 Gorton proyed to be a yery difficult team and the Blue and Gold suffered its last defeat at Gorton s hands 60 .37 Jim O Brien h1t his highest total by scoring 29 points in this game The Pawtucket Voke Frye yy as outclassed in the last quarter as N P drove ahead The final score was 49 38 At the end of the league season North Providence found itself with a 500 average The team provided the spectators with good entertainment and fair P ay Congratulations are lven to ,lim OBrien Bob Gaudet Don Santanlello John Murphy and Warren Salisbury who terminate their hlgh school careers SQUAD Ixnezlzna le! to Rlgllf lxen Co ta John Palumbo Bill Dod e Henry Cesana and Dick Doyle Sfanrluzg Ie I I0 Rzglzl Pe te Flllppl Dayld Steblle Roger Nloim Wm I UCIUII Nllchel Rus o Don Cranano ind Coach George Tracy . L V . , L Q U' . . ' , ' o Y a - , . ' ' - e - 9 ' 1 . 7 . - ' . 5 9 1 - ' s ' -' . ' 0 0 ' '- . . ' - . 5 , - , . U. . g . . . " U , v o ... . . . , . ' . - ' D sv - . , l we 9 oh, . , . . . . v offered little resistance to the Cougars by bowing ' , f ' , . . . f sw r ,g L, , . U . . N V Y Y' l . I I Y 1 - 1 1 1 , 1 - M my v. 1 7 1 1 . lg , ' , g v ' 9 9 s J. V. 1 A. .: U .. .5 .n .1..,. 3 gs? I A. I 1 f ' . 75 929 5? IOSING Two Central Fall 151115815 attempllno a shut at the N. P. basket. "' 9 bw A: 5 A 5 A' aiggil , Y ' J X . , V 1 xx , ' X' Q X? -Q K' ag jpg K ss .'l QQWOQ 4 ff. X V X-I N ,obo o f 'MH--...M i 'Q X Nw' J 1 S , 12385 -str OQQ1 ,oo - QL 9 N Y gpg? 1 M 4 2 ,mMsyn-nail v,m9nv! 151 my ff? Wi 'Pl " 3 Q gn, HOCKEY CHARGING: Jerry Donahue and Larry Morrissey charge the East Providence goal. 5'-K--...,,,,m .z .. . , ' 'A ' , 2 f- ' ' ' . ,agii-Qty, '7' " W ' A PERFECT SET UP: John Carroll Qfar leftj waiting for "opportunity to knock? in the East Providence game. BLUE 8a GOLD SEXTET This year's hockey squad ended the season with 4 wins, 4 losses and one tie, thus making the State Playoffs. Facing the formidable foe, LaSalle, in its first game, the Blue and Coldis Lester Chapman scored, but LaSalle tied in the last minutes of play. Although N.P.H. fell to Burrillville 3-1, Art Cross- nman with his outstanding playing gave the victors trouble throughout the game. ln quick order the Cougars downed Woonsocket 4-2, with Donahue scoring one goal, defeated St. Raphael 4-2, and smashed East Providence 4-2. ln these games Ernie Aubin showed great skill as goalie, and John Devine, Lester Chapman, Jerry Earnshaw, and Crossman were of particular note, After being defeated by Hope 4-2, the Cougars lost to Cranston 5-2 but Art Vacca was outstanding for his playing. After trouncing Mt. Pleasant 3-1, the Blue and Cold were edged out by Mt. St. Charles 3-1. The Blue and Cold entered the State Playoffs but were defeated by LaSalle 4-2 and 5-1. Ending their high school careers were John Devine, Art Vacca, Lester Chapman, Ernie Aubin, John Carroll, Larry Morrissey, Pete Wilcox, Jerry Earnshaw, John Sarapiglia, Jerry Donahue, Steve Hopkins and John Emin. Hockey Schedule Opp. N.P.H. Dec. 11 LaSalle 1 1 " 12 Burrillville 3 1 " 19 Woonsocket 2 4 'L 23 St. Raphael 2 4 " 30 E. Providence 2 4 ,l an. 2 Hope 3 1 " 8 Cranston 5 2 " 22 Mt. Pleasant 1 8 " 23 Mt. St. Charles 3 1 Playoffs Feb. 11 LaSalle 4 2 " 12 LaSalle 5 1 ,ax - 1. -ii mc.- N , 1 F - 'K q Q2 ,V x F- 1 if , X! ax 4 XF if ii '- '-xi if 1 Sifling, Left to Right: John Einin, Larry Morrissey, John Devine, Ernie Auhin, Lester Chapman, Jerry Earn- shaw, Steve Hopkins. Slamling. Lefl 10 Rliglllf Tom Cash. Bob Human Joe Petro ff. Art Crossman, Archie Firby. AWAITINC ACTION: The Cougars become restless before the lfasl Providence game. Y. X. JUMP BALL: Tom East- ham fshirtl and Rich- ard Moore fno shirt! jump for the ball in- augurating the intra- mural basketball sea- son in the game be- tween homc rooms 206 and 204. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL OUT or SIGHT: It is anybody's ball in the intramural game be- tween 204 and 206. 80 FREE SHOT: Joe Petroff of home room 206 gets a free shot. With every homeroom in the school par- ticipating, the after-school intramural bas- ketball games drew a large and enthusiastic group of supporters. Homeroom 311 emerged the winner of the competition among the freshman home- rooms, while room 302 trounced all other sophomore homerooms. After beating all other junior homerooms, 212 was singled out to represent that class, and room 207 represented the senior class. In the inter-class contest the seniors proved their superiority over the juniors when 207 defeated 212. An upset was witnessed when freshman homeroom 311 defeated the sophomore homeroom 302. The finals were by no means an even match when 311, a freshman group, op- posed 207, a senior homeroom. Before the entire student body, the gallant fresh- man trounced the experienced seniors. GIRLS' BASKETBALL STRETCH: Carolyn Colan- tonio twearing white! stretches for the ball in the girls, basketball game between two senior teams. This year the girls, basketball teams, under the supervision of Miss Manches- ter, are making it a more interesting sport for the spectators by combining the pro- grams used in the past two years, home- room and inter-class basketball. Each homeroom would compete within its own class, freshmen vs. freshmen home- rooms, sophomore homerooms vs. soph- omore, etc. After homeroom competition has been eliminated, the homerooms com- pete for school championship, seniors vs. juniors or freshmen vs. sophomores. N. P. H. is looking forward to another exciting year in ,55 because of the skill shown by Dot Secchio, Pat Spencer, Eileen Salvadore and a number of other under- classmen, Terminating their basketball careers this year are: Beverly Parrott, Dolores Ferri, Barbara Yorston, Marilyn Bamber, Carol Russo, Carolyn Colantonio, and a number of others. SENIOR GIRLS: All reach. 81 ,IL531P: Girls' basketball begins when Barbara Yor- ston tleftl and Barbara Brush trightl jump as Miss Manchester blows the whistle. .1 -, I by Hi IERFECT FORNI Ray Cuertln demon strates perfect form as he gets ln shape for the 1954- season SCOOPS IT UI Don Brown veteran N P H player THIS WAY Cvach Dick Flynn how Richard DelSesto how to hunt while Don Brown Ernie Aubxn and Ray Cuertm look on 82 April 23 27 30 Ma 4- ll IIC SCHEDULE Cumberland Pawtucket Vocational Central Falls Burrillville Woonsocket Qacred Heart Mt St Charles Cumberland Pawtucket Vocational Central Falls Burrlllvllle Woonsocket Sacred Heart Mt St Charles COUGAR NINE BASEBALL Because of a large turnout of underclass men for the baseball team this year Coach Dick Flynn had a dlflicult task ln selectm a starting lmeup Held over from last years squad were Jim OBrien Don Brown and Art Cross man OBrien continued sharing pitching duties and right field Brown took over at first as he has for the last two years Dick DelSesto held down second base while Crossman played short At third was Bill Doyle while Ernie Aubln and Russ Walker shared catching duties Larry Morrissey Ray Guertm and Billy DIGUIIIO held down the outfield positions and helped ln the pltchlng Walt Lolsell provided ample rellef wherever necessary Last year the baseball team finished in third place in the northern division This year prospects indicate that the team may even outdo the previous Cougar teams Mr Flynn has a watchful eye on the younger underclassmen for future Cougar baseball potentlalltles I Y ff 5' 1 r I , 7 as df ,D j ' . 1 j 11 . ' I4 . . 18 i 21 ' 25 28 ' ' .l 1 4- 8 . . 'K 'air A .n , I . 1.- ' 'z - , , . . 1 . ' . limbering up for the first game. - - U f : 1 ' ' s s ' . , li ' ' i ' ' . , v , ' , . .. ' ' .. 1 "1 Kneeling. Lefl lo Righl: Patricia Spencer, Glee Higgins, Nancy Rey, Jeanne Briggs, Nancy Lauder. Slrznrlizzg. Lefl to Riglzf: Crian Art, Barbara Stone, liernice Willis. Nlarjoric Jackson. Asst. Capt. Elaine Zeppa. Capt. Dolores Prcle. Carol Olivo, Anne DiCuili0, ,loan Smith, and lim-th Christopher, CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS The opening of a new year commenced with the election of officers. Captain Dolores Prete and Assistant Captain Elaine Zeppa were unanimously chosen by the squad. After some weeks of practice, the following girls were chosen by a faculty committee to fill the 5 vacant positions: Carol Olivo. Senior, Evelyn Enos, Patricia Spencer. and Nancy Rey, .luniorsg and Sophomore. Nancy Lauder. To brighten the basketball court, the N. P. H. P. T. A. donated 8 navy-short skirts which were greatly appreciated and admired. On October 28, l953, the cheerleaders held their annual social event, The Scarecrow Hop, which proved to be a financial success. Together with boosting the boys, morale at the games, many pep rallies were held which aroused the student body to support the teams. On Class Day, the adviser. Miss Elizabeth Man- chester. awarded to the 16 cheerleaders letters and emblems. which signified appreciation for their good sportsmanship and loyalty throughout the year. ' - E X - THEY LED: ' N Asst, Capt. Elaine Zeppa and Capt. Dolores Prete. J Sf' S- X fi f I R.-v 7 f 1 5-41M f EMD SESPENSE: Left lo Riglzi: Jeanne Briggs, Nancy Lauder. Capt. Dolores Prete. Clee Higgins, Crian Art and Bernice Willis support our hockey players at Rhode Island Auditorium. fX Af F CTI ITIE . Xfx.2 y? Here and There-Day by Day LET'S TAKE A TRIP OH, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING as thc students file in with bright smiles to greet a new day. Nancy Rey is first in line on this particular morning. followed by other students in a jovial mood. School officially opens at eight-fifteen, and the silence bell rings at eight- twenty-five. BEAKERS, THISTLE TUBES. FLASKS and other ap- paratus are arranged to begin an experiment in Mr. Callo's chemistry class. The two boys listening to the directions are Frank Reilly and Charles Salisbury. Chem- istry of Common things is a general course subject. NOT A BATON, BUT A THERMOMETER is what Mr. DeLuca is showing students Marie Lavoie and Sheila Spencer. Science is a subject in which one learns many facts which are useful in later life and also may be applied in other high school subjects. Students always enjoy doing laboratory experiments. WONDER WHAT'S ON THE SLIDE that Mr. Tracy is focusing for Ann Fabrizio, John Harrison, Gordon Sut- cliff and Harold Lewis? In biology many microscopic forms are studied and viewed. Notes are taken as the teacher gives information concerning the type of bac- teria which is seen on the slide. PARALLELOCRAMS, RECTANC-LES, AND TRI- ANGLES all start out with a straight line, but to the students in Mr. Sisti,s algebra class they present no difficulty. Rita Ciaccia sets up the problem which Mr. Sisti has read to her. Algebra is a type of mathematics that makes one mentally agile when mastered well. THROUCH THE SCHOOL "READY TO START?" ,lcrry Gaudet records and Ron- ald Bessette adjusts the tape recording machine by which pupils improve their diction and enunciation. lt's fun too. as one can judge by the smiles of these boys. The tape recording machine enables students to correct their own errors. "THATS WHERE THE ACCENT GOES." seems to be what Adrian Angell is saying to Elaine Zeppa as he marks a word from a vocabulary list on the board. Learn- ing syllabification and the placement of diacritical marks is helpful in mastering correct pronunciation. These stu- dents are working in an English class. "PLAY IT AGAIN." we ask Margaret Henry as Jeanie Jacques smiles pleasantly. Music, as well as more serious subjects. has an important place in the education of pupils. These two girls enjoy playing the piano and sing- ing as wholeheartedly as they enjoy many of the school's other activities. MEEREKA. WE HAVE FOEND IT," to paraphrase Archimedes. is what Roberta Hopkins. Ernest DiGuilio, and Ralph Manchester seem to be thinking as they locate a word in one of the unabridged dictionaries. The library is a source of information for the mam' research assign- ments given students in various subjects. A SCIENTIFIC FILM MAYBE or even a film on careers may he what Michael Bucci is setting up. Among other things. the science department teaches the art of film pro- jection. and Michael is one of the interested learners in this field of work., Popular movies are also shown once a month. c' x"D "I sd Q.,-Q. X Q -1t'f f xg llH'.... , gl LET9S PAUSE TO GLANCE OH, THAT RESEARCH REPORT! Seniors in the col- lege course are required to submit a research report or a thesis. The library is usually a busy place as the deadline approaches. That may well be what David Kenyon and John Carroll are so industriously doing, with notebooks and reference material aplenty about them. PARLEZ VOIQS FRANCAIS? Well, if you donit under- stand French, these two apt students certainly do. Mar- jorie ,Iackson is pointing to Paris as Marlene Denessen looks on. Foreign language classes not only are interest- ing linguistically but also teach us about the culture and habits of peoples of other lands, AROUND THE WORLD IN A CLASSROOM with Miss Gooding as a guide for Barbara Payette and William Firth! Places can be as interesting as people when stud- ied in Geography class. Map work plays a large role in the study of other lands. A better knowledge of the world, its problems, and its peoples is gleaned from a course in geography. FUTURE VOTICRS OF AMERICA learn just how the voting machines are set up and also how to use them. lilaine Zeppa looks on as Miss McKenna explains to Ernest Difluilio which lever to pull to vote a straight or a split ticket as the voter prefers. This is one of the many interesting things taught in the Problems of Democ- racy class. LOOK WllO'S IN TIIIQ HEADLINES! Current Events plays an important part in any history class, and is not neglected here, Looking over the recent events are Lois DiStefano. Foster Wiggins, and Alan Atkinson. The students in this class really do know what is happening in the world today. rS INTO THE CLASSROOMS ADDITION CAN BE PLN when done by machine. Mari- lyn Stubbs is at the adding machine while Ann Fabrizio uses the comptometer. The commercial course prepares students to operate not only typewriters. but also book- keeping and mimeograph machines, dictophones, adding machines, and comptometers. THE TALKING MACHINE, or the dictaphone, which is utilized by many students to transcribe letters which have been recorded on a cylinder, is being used by Janet Wilder as Ronald LaPlante looks on. This.machine is very helpful in offices and its operation is taught to stu- dents in the commercial department. TWO JOBS AT ONCE is what Lucille Actis is doing as she answers the inter-phone and buzzes a room at the same time. The switchboard on the desk is used for connecting rooms in the school, Miss Ciammarco, the Principalls secretary. is busy checking records as she smiles pleasantly. THEY SURE ARE COMING CLEAR! Claire Fontaine and Sylvie Bowers are busy duplicating on the mimeo- graph machine in the library. Teachers have students run nfl' many of their practice exercises and drill assign- ments in this manner. This machine makes many copies inexpensively and gives students a lesson in co-operation. TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE in locating in- formation fast. Many of the girls in the commercial course who take ofhce practice learn correct techniques hy working a period a day in the school oflice. Here Miss Ciammarco explains the filing system to Carolyn Dexter. 90 TO WISH THEM SUCCESS TASTY LITTLE DISHES are being cooked by Mary Gervais who is reading the recipe to Dorothy Dexter, while Gloria Enos gets the supplies from the refriger- ator. Cooking is one of the practical arts courses offered our girls. The prepared meals are eaten by the class, which often invites faculty members in as guests. HANDY WITH A SAW is Donald Santianello as Nor- man Shardlow shows him just what the finished product will look like. The boys in wood-working classes make many useful articles, such as book cases, coffee tables, and stage scenery. They learn to use the various ma- chines with speed and efficiency. PLANNING AND PLANING are a few of the tasks in- volved in producing a piece of furniture in the wood-work- ing class. Here the plane is put to good use by Louis DilVlillio and Anthony Arlia who are beginning articles of furniture which will eventually find places in the homes of their proud parents. AN OLD-FASHIONED ART occupies Beth Christopher, Carl Russo and Carol Russo, as they weave a strip of cloth in the arts and crafts class. They surely know the difference between the warp and woof, and handle those shuttles with great skill. Tray painting, jewelry design, metal and leather tooling are also taught. A FREE-HAND design in water color is begun by Georgina Robinson as Carol Notorantonio looks over her shoulder. All types of media are used in the general arts classes which usually make posters and graphs for adver- tising school activities. This gives students practice in using the principles of good design. AND BID THEM GOOD DAY A FEAT WITH THE FEET in the gym. These boys are enjoying the experience of seeing the world in reverse, which is no mean accomplishment. The inverted students: Ernie Aubin, Dave Kenyon, Dave Sweet and Alfred Gaudet. The uprights: Ray Chew, Robert Garieppy, Foster Wiggins and Richard Moore. WITH SQUARE AND RULER, Stephen Hopkins and Ernie Aubin work out a problem in mechanical drawing. Skill, precision and a complete knowledge of rules are necessary for success in this subject, which serves as an excellent basis for any boy who desires a career in draftsmanship. These serious boys seem competent enough! IS SHE STILL BREATHING? That question doesnit seem to bother these students in first aid, which is a required subject for all underclassmen. Delia DiCola, Margaret Loomis and Ruth Furtado prepare to give Susan Fairhurst artificial respiration. There are several inter- ested, though unworried, spectators. THE DAY IS DONE, so Charlie Salisbury, Dick Costa, and Harold Fry start for home, well-equipped with books to cope with that nemesis, homework. Written assign- ments are required in all subjects for which a full credit is given. Subjects which do not require outside prepara- tion are given one-half point credit. RIGHT ON TIME! The school bus is waiting in the driveway, and Helen Hart. Helen Dexter and Douglas Scott quickly enter. So ends another day at North Prov- idence High. a day of work, play. and friends. 'LThese are the days that we'll remember best. . . . The distant hills like blue smoke in the west . . ." 'PH wxfw RESTING AND RELAXING .... The Se11ior So1'i111 Committee takes time to pose after P1311 ninff t1eir ro11er ikatiiw' parties, c anees, and Senior 1 a . Theirs' was a busy yea1 OIL I 1x Dunn 1 11111 G 1 111 1' 1111 11 114 Nlcruhth H 111 Don 11c1 BIOXNII Row E1f'illlOl' 1311ek1e.is. Cill'01 Russo. Anne DlGlll1llt Ron 5' DN111 Sweet Hohert G111det J11q11e11ne Pattison. Gera1d DL7ll2l1lllC THEN PLANNED OUR QOCIAL FUNFTIONQ JUNIORS IN A JEEP: The ,111nio1' S01-i111 Conmiittee has a 1itt1e fun after workin 1l'll'd -ind 101147 to p1an their 'Evening in Paris' Prom. It s t11e biggest event of the year for them. Row 2: A1111 Row 1: Rohert Brown E1eano1' Conti, Patricia S Jencer, Ray Maxwell, Paul Piff-f . Jean Briggs 1 Bastanelli, BilI'1Jkll'zl 11111121 EL1WVill't1 1Xf111ro11ey, Jean Jacques, Pasquale Notorantonio Gerry Gaudet. Ili C S , v, w J f , Q f-',"- ' ' M 1 . f 1 . s 0 f , B f , A- M I 4151- u cy 1 v -,. 'f 'Iv- ' fh, L4 W Az' J. .AEE 1 ' 1 4, . 1. W Q' if-ji 1 V H 1 1 f, ,qi fr xlpkl .F ,L Al ,J V . X ' -ci, 4'-s x, 'N 'A W N-f X . Q - ..f"-if -"fha, A-. f., A, L- V ., B.- . , A 14 1 4' 1 l'K lag' 5' N SO PROUDLY WE HAIL . . . The members of the Rhode Island Honor Society who have distinguished themselves by maintaining an average of 85 or above during their high school career. This honor is also based on good character. citizenship, and leadership. Row 1: Carol Russo, Alice Stone. Barbara Stone, Patricia Goss, Eleanor Buckless, Claire Capaldi, Dolores Ferri, Helen Jolin. Joan Thorpe, Gertrude,Berube, Dolores Prete, Gloria DiConcilis. Row 2: Patricia Graziano, Annina Zarrclla. Luisa Lamborghini, Barbara Marwell, Richard Costa, James O'Brien, Donald Brown, joseph DiChiaro, Joy Ellingwood, Nancy Tait, Marie Cinami, Carolyn Dziedzic. SENIORS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 'GHOW DO I LOOK?" . . , asks Do- lores Mancini of Nancy Tait as they look into the mirror depicting what the well-dressed senior wears in June. The donning of the cap and gown is a high point in each graduateis life. .... . . 94 MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BE MERRY AND BRIGHT . . . say the smiles of Beth Christopher, Gerry Earnshaw, Carol Russo, and Nick Stufano, our Senior Dance decoration committee, as they look over the happy crowd. The gym was a-glitter with sparkling snowflakes, and Santa reigned over the festive holiday occasion. r -xv 5, X ivgb s A COMPLETED YEARROOK THE REYVARD OF THETR HARD WORK . . . The Editorial Staff took the empty dummy and turned it into an excellent book. Good work, staff! Row 1: Elisabeth Christopher. Bernice W'illis. joan Thorpe. Meredith Hall, Carol Olivo. Donald Brown, James O,Brien. Luisa Laznborgliini. Grian Art. Patricia Spencer. Jacqueline Pattison. Nancy Rigby. Row 2: Gloria DeConcilis. Helen Oliver. Jean Sc-nerchia. Jean Briggs. Dolores Prete, Ann Higgins, Marie Cinami, Barbara Yorston, Marjorie Jackson. Shirley Tucker, Helen Hart, Patricia Craziano, Barbara Patnaude, Carol Colantonio. Row 3: Kenneth Sarazen. Raymond Cuertin, Robert Thomas. Dorothy Norris, Carol Morvan, Carol Russo, llglii-alnor Buckless. Carolyn Dexter. Dolores Ferri. William Bryden, Joseph Milliken. Raymond Hartley, Joseph 1 ll3I'0, BOOK PLANNERS THE EDITORIAL WORK IS BEGUN EARLY in the year when students compete for sections on which they wish to work. Their teachers are consulted as to their ability and dependability and positions are then given to the students with the best references. A or B in English is a requirement for copywriting. Dummy page patterns are made by pasting up copy and pictures from old magazines, the chosen ones being given to technical artists who draw up the final pages. Other jobs for the staff are making shooting sched- ules for the photographers, cropping pictures, writing copy and getting the material organized and typed - hard, but satisfying work. "ARE WE CROPPING IT RIGHT?" . . . wonders Joe i DiChiaro as he and Grian Art measure and crop pic- tures. Don't worry. Joe - you'll soon get the Hhang of it." 96 "GOT AN AD FOR OUR BOOK?,, . . . was the perennial question of the Business Staff, experts at money- making. Row 1: Alice Stone, Jane Luca, Helen Jolin. Lucille Actis, Christine Beanland, Robert Mangan. Michael Bucci, John Serapiglia, Anne DiGuilio, Bridget D,Agostino, Margaret Bourgeois, Dail Plante. Row 2: Joan Lanni, Barbara Brush. Elaine Salvatore, Vilma Valente, Ann Antonelli. Barbara Cinami, Sally Nugent, Marie Potvin, Nancy Rey, Hope Daly, Anna Zarrella, Lois Handle, Carolyn Dziedzic. Row 3: Gloria DiTroia, Anna Cantone, Joan Roberts. Claire Capaldi, Janice Kelley, Dolores Mancini, Dolores Cazeault, Louise Bettencourt, Catherine Bulpitt, Carolyn Capracotta, Anna DiPaolo. Matilda Angeloni, Elaine Almonte, Norma Giusti. Row 4: Kenneth Costa, John Nastari, William Dodge. Gerald Donahue, Gerald Earnshaw, John Beretta, John Baglini, Jon Ferguson, Warren Salisbury, Alan Atkinson, Robert Gaudet, John Carroll, John Murphy, John Walsh, William Doyle, John Cabral. BOOK F IN AN CIERS THE THREE CHIEF SOURCES OF INCOME ARE . . . Advertising, circulation, and patrons. The advertising campaign is begun in October and ends in November. Various sections of the town are divided into districts, each having a captain. Through advertising about one- half of our income is realized. The circulation campaign is started in January, when student collectors begin visiting homerooms twice a fs? ' ff fr? month to take deposits. The patrons campaign is con- ducted in December. Each senior must secure one patron, but is not charged for a book. This budget planning is a very important part of the book, and serves as excellent training for its staff. 'K N .F ' f' 1' " 5 Q W - typ' I Ling "TAKE A LOOK AT THIS" . . . Two of the top "money-men" on the Business Stall John Serapiglia and Bob Mangan. check the advertising progress charts. 97 IN THE MOOD . . . for any type of music one desires is our N. P. H. Orchestra as they prepare for rehearsal. Many hope to play someday in name bands. but for the time being, they are satisfied with assemblies, plays, and graduations. Left lo right: DCJIllCIlll7 Liberatore. John Luca, Ernest Cooper, Edward Sylvia, John Cabral, Harold Lawton, Judith Curreri, Robert O'Brien, ,Iohn Berube, Nina Celona. MUSIC IN THE AIR TlllfRl'liS NOTHING LIKIQ BAND MISIC . . . especially when il's played by our Y. ll. H, Band under the direrlion of Xlr. Ciarlo. 'flu-y go lllftlllglll their par-es twin- a wr-ek and entertain at assenlblies during the year. Hou' I: Nlikm- Carielo, Fam lh-tienzo, .lohn tfalonra. lidyy ard Ilifluilio. 'll-d Ceorgi, Ralph lvilkes. John llarrison, Rim-hard ,Iohnsonr .Xlyah Vernaya. Ron' 2: jack llonsalxes. lfdward Sylvia. Lawrenr-4' llante. David Burdett, Vinvent Alterio. john Nastari, Jann-s Yorston. Nlike Russo. Hike Delalra. John llerube. Rau' 3: ,lohn Cabral, Peter Jonas, Anthony De5tefanis. David Stabile. George llctrocelli, Geoffrey Xveston. Ernest Cooper, Harold Lawton, Frank Tudino, Frank Paolo, Richard Lambert. f i Si t w , '1 e f Q , than fan' is ei I r 'W fy- bi K ii est t 5 W W l 'fit We 'JU MUSIC IN THE AIR MUSIC MAKES THE WORI D CO ROUND The Antlphonal Cholr dlrected by MISS Ward use thexr slng no talents at assembhes especlally at Chrl tmaQt1n1e when they have thelr annual candle light processlon Row I Mary Bowden Barbara Phaneuf Mar aret COSIICHH Jean Brlggs Jane Luca Jamce Fournler Judlth Travls Rosemarle Esposlto Carol Dupont Sucan Falrhurst Joan Cunnln ham Carol Scott Row 2 Judlth Hartley Jean Jacques Audrey Kaloustlan Margaret Loomle Barbara bannon Patrlcla Peach Beverly BBSCSI Daly Hlrsch Edlth Jacques Carol Martlneau Katherme Kllroe Joan Fortln Y WITH A SONF IN THEIR HEARTS The Vocal Ememble a currlcular subject group whlch meets four tlmes a week rehearses wlth thelr dxrec tor M155 Ward They entertam us at assembhes wlth popular and reh IOUS son s lt gnes talented glrls an opportunity for roup and solo smgmc Row I H1155 Ward XIHTJOTIC WlDSl3IllCy 'Warne Barblerl Barbara Cannon Helen Hart Margaret Costlgan Cora Look Shxrlcy Tucker lxozt 7 Joan Lannl ,lane luna Ho e1nar1c E poslto Carol Dupont Betty Butera Myrna Penta Carol Morvan 100 , . . . . . 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Reserend Edward B Halton Dean of Freshmen at Providence Colleoe explalned the currlcula offered to mcommg student He also descrlbed the beautlful campus and the xarred actn 1t1es at the colle e Every one found h1s talk very lnterestlng MAE' Cl ID ANCE COL 'VCILLORS ONE AND ALL The repre sentatnes of the colle es and schools of nurslng as emble on stage vnth thelr student guides Each per on awe a brief re ume of what he would dl cu All then xx ent to the clas rooms where more ex tensne lectures were glwen to the students and parent who came for lnformatlon and advlce 101 TELL US ABOUT IT Parents and students llsten mtently as Mr Bruce D HUtCh1HSOD tells of the well rounded educatlon offered by hls college An lnformal quest1on and answer perlod wxth the parents followed hrs talk at whxch mdxvxdual prob lems were dlscussed W31eNu 1 HERES YOUR AVERAGE says MISS Ward as she and Raymond Guertln go over h1s marks Thls IS a procedure followed wrth all students x. , . l l X ' 6 r .... . . . 1 v ' 7 ' ' 1 , . 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X FIN XI Ixl' Ill XRS XI bl FORI Tlll BIC IVI NT 1 IFIIIN mt 1 1111 1 llll 11 l'11111 sonure ua lulrl Ortuber Z I'1rl1up1l111 an 11111 L O r1e11 ,I1 1pl1 Dlcllllltl Nluluel luuccl 131111111 lx11m11 TH XT IblN T SOI Olwyct Ie Ile Place to N111 I1 rel lmucu 1l11r111 the rm buttal OLR OPINIONS IF TOL W ANT NH OPINION Rlrharcl NIHIIOCCIIIH be 111 the d1 cu 1011 of teen a e problems clurm the Illlllltllliilxlll a c111blx held 1111 anuary 6 lrcxluuh tm the '1 emlmlx que I1 Ill were ul11111ttecl to tl1e com 1 ilu In tucl111t a 111 or GO ullon tu t1c1r 121110115 pu 11111 I mel llltlllllll are from the ,lumur Q .1 and faculty Rmharcl NIa11occl11a Patrlcla Spencer Barbara Paula Nlr Tlbllll Nllsb Ooodmo 107 1- ' T 1 - A 1111 I X 1. x 1 -4 NJ , '. V1' ', 11' 1 r I i . XI ' "MCL "4Sz1' 11'S' wr?" l"1't'll1yKI1's. .Ll 'S- uufh , ,, ,V U. e v 5 , . , -U. i t ' S, W: JL 15 ',. W' 'I5'.1s- '-'.1a "'. ' . Leslie Place. juan Tl1o1'p0. JUI111 Plaisiccl. , 1. . . . . , V. . - 1 T . 1 5 4.5 ' 1 'L ' ' 41 f '. , T A A z I' I I 1 I .I .In '1 . ' sr' 5 'S SS' 'S 'S ' " g Ss' ,' ' .I ' . I " ' 1 iss I' s'1 5 ' S ' - 11i 'E U' 5 1 5 sk' gf -I ' 5 I ' ' " ' wllx s. 'a ' 1 "5 - ' 'Iss ":" . -', " , 1.1."',1'rT 'On c' HOW FAR SHOLLD CEBSORSHIP EXTEND9 was the toplc of the Soual SCICHCC Forum dlrected by Mr Yam barano held on January 20 Seated Elalne Zeppa I u ene IDlSt6f3DO Patrlela Spencer I:.leanor Contl INOIITIZIII Shard low Barbara Clnann SIUIZIZIIII Marle Potvln READY TO BI CIN? Mane POUIII snnles as she lntro duces Eleanor Contl of the negatne Slde PRO AND LON THIS IS THE QUESTION Should Elghteen Year Olds Be Allowed To Vote? Peter Leva moderator g1V6S last mlnute lnstructlons to the members of the panel Dxrected by NIISS Capalbo the forum was held on March 17 Tlns was the first lIll0I' class forum of the year represented by the Senlor Junior and Freshman classes Takmb part are John Cabral Arlene Barratt Bette Vacca Peter Leya Hope Daly Shella Spencer, Arthur Cro eman 103 xl 5? U 7 , s. 'cf I ' K .V X .. M y - fr 9 . Agxfvi L' 2 - Ya f Y V l M 1 A v , ' . : ' . f g , . . . . . v ' f Qt , Q, 1 I v 2 I -J ' I 4" 1 . I Nj.. vi . .D . ZA: . . ' Q v Q . A . r. . . - 4 kr, U Y, 71 I A 1 , aa ' as ' ' ' ' - ' 9 9 - . ' ' 1 I . ' 1 ' - ,I I e 1 . U . V . ' ' ' 5 T 7 9 7 S- . ho. Aw 2? 6 fr I A Al. , Q- " '-, ' ,yr 1 . ' .2 E630 ff, .19 55 1 I 'Z ,fi x ' .fx 4. 'Sm.f-www 1 Y , 'f i, Q 2 2 if i A , V Mg Z ' 3 ii ,Q Qt , I 41 5 , , s , f. , J if V i X? 5 IIYWN Q X M 4 ......f. ff? .........W V .V,.L fl A 3 M: ,, 3, x ,QQ AJ' CIILLITO LINDO: The Spanish group sings with gusto during the Foreign Language Assembly. Virginia Desautel and ,Ioan Calaveeehio play the guitar as Rosemarie Calav- ecchio and Veronica Fair harmonize. john Luca entertains his audience with many He is well known for his musical ability. STARS ON OUR STAGE .N 1- i i .S-, FASHION YVISE: Students display their handi- work during the Homemaking Assembly. Claire Langeven. Edith Olivo. ,Ioan Kennedy, Gloria Polsino. Pat Lamherdi, Dolores Herbert. CONGRATTQLATIONS! Mr. Zarnborano awards letters to his track team in recognition of their whole hearted cooper- ation and team spirit. Here he is rewarding John Cabral for outstanding sportsmanship. 106 WITH FINGERS FLYING OVER THE KEYS, favorite songs during the Language Assembly. JYNIOH ACHIEVEMENT CHEFS MEMBER. ,Ioan Iliorpe, smiles as she demonstrates the art of grinding an onion without getting tears in hor eyes. 'flu-se onions will lw used in l7r0m'li dressing. IIERIQS HOW' YOE DO IT . . . says Eddie Shaw In joe Dilflluiro as he shows the tech- nique of illtlllilglillllllllllg paper napkins on the junior Avliic-xviiia-ill Printing Press. 'Iain-si' groups ure sponsored hy Ilhode Island Con- eerns. ACHIEYEMENTS HERE AND 1,1515 1 ,,,.-'V' we E X 5 4 . ,,V i i Courlesy of fhe "P'ovidenc A NEW WAY T0 RAISE CHRISTMAS MONEY was devised by Marie Cinami and Ann Bzlstianelli, They mailed parcels for busy people. The novel idea was given publicity in the Rhode lslmzzler. Postmaster is john I. Cronin. THERE MQW? ,ww yr 'ef 'K 31' e Smday Journal" THEY ARE TOPS IN SPELLING: Judith Morse, June Bozigian, and Joy Ellingwood are Freshman. Sophomore, and Senior champions respectively. ,AI1sc-nt- Lois Defitefano, school winner. IU7 i WHAT THE WELL DRESSED SKATER WEARS Ready for the S mor Roller Skatmb Party are Ann Sweet Elsle Racclo Evelyn Lnos Gllda Faella WATCH IT' HERE WE COME' A ood tlme IS enjoyed by all as they whirl round and round ln tlme to the gay muslc at Barber s Skateland SKILL ON SKATES WHOOPS' LOOK OUT' SIJIHS and plle up are common lI'lClClCIltS aluay happenlng at the annual Senlor Roller Skatmg Party 108 SENIOR CALENDAR Sept 8 148 students begin last year at N P H Sept 23 Class ofhcers are elected James O Brlen Presldent John Serapxglla VICC Presldent lVlar1e Clflalfll Secretary Lulsa Lamborchlnl Treasurer Nov 9 Flrst Roller Skatlnb Party and lots of bumps Dec 11 Our school gym was the scene of the Senior Dance Feb 3 Joy Ellmgwood Semor champ m our annual Spellmg Bee joyed by all March 5 The h1lar1ous presentatlon of If Mother Only Knew March 6 B111 Bryden Dlck Costa ,lon Fer guson and Joseph D1Cha1ro represent N P H m Model Congress May 14 The Plece de Resistance of the Semor Year is held at the Crown Hotel mth muslc by Ralph Stewart une 1 Ted Hxlton s Dude Ranch enjoy ed by all on the Clas Tr1p une 3 Senlors filled to the brlm at Banquet une 7 Senxors sponsor Class Day June 9 Graduatlon . 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' S J : - - U I ' ' 'S I Y L c J ' - I WANT MY MOTHER' Joe MllllkCH moans as Joan Roberts Jon Ferguson and Meredlth Hall look on They dont seem too worrled about hls health BRAHNS IOL RE 'IERRIFIC' says Marjorie Jackson to John Serapl lla as he burst mth prlde WNllllC rehearsmg for the Senlor Plav THE SENIOR PLA1 6 II' MOTHER ONLY KNEW by Donald Payton Dzreclor Donald Llebherr Asszstant to the Dzrector Peter Lexa C A S T Janet Mamtell Joan Lannx Aunt Mary Janlce Kelley Connie Maxztell Marjorle Jackson Betty lou, Maxzwll Meredlth Hall Wzlbur Maruell Joseph Mllhlcen Hercules Nelson Jon Ferouson Mr John Maxwell John Beretta Gladys Gooch Leslle Place Charles Brazns Burke John Serapxglla Dr fejfrey Gooch Joseph D1Ch1ar0 Badge Burns Rlchard Costa Polzcemen Jack Devine Jerry Earnshaw T H E P L A C E The l1YlI'lD room of the Maxwell home Ac I Evemn the present A II Evemn the next day Act III The same a few mmutes later PROPERTIES COMMITTEE IT COLS LIKF THIS Peter Lexa Assxstant to Clalre Capaldl fhalrman Anna Camone Director 'llr IJlPlJllClI' gne a few xaluable polnter patncla Goss on N8LI1Ilg to John Beretta and RlLl'l3I'Ll Costa 1 O4 l cc 77 -- cc ' Y 1 ' 77 , ' ' , , . - . 7 .n. Q V. . 9 D f 'M 4 , 99 . . 7 V C- naabllnsaoon oisnn ours - X Beratline.......... .... .... Joan Roberts N A I . ' ..... ........... xx niauannuulalunnssu U D, H ................ .D .rg - r - 'g- cr - 'g- ' 5. - .11 Y - ' . . u en ' . Q, -VS vv I u S I THE SCARECROW SET THEM HOPPINCI A clifferent dance was enthusiastically received at the Scarecrow Hop as the olal familiar Conga line took on a new rhythm. DRIQAMY MUSIC. enjoyed with the cheerleaders who sponsored another successful social event, their annual fall dance. which is always a popular affair. it AG" ROYALTY RULES FOR A NIGHT: John Luca and Barbara Lelmc-au join the ranks of the renowned at N. P. Il. as king anal queen of the Sophomore Hop. WE TRIP THE K SHIP AHOY. YOI' l..-XNDLUBBERS! They were all lunallulmhcrs at the Pirates' Dance on that night of fun and frolie arranged hy the Sophomore Class. A WPILCOXTE TO THE SNOWFLAKE FESTIVAL by part of the dance group puts everyone in a gay holi- day niuml, as we get into the swing of things. LIGHT FANTASTIC "Li-X VII-1 ICN HOSE" is the sung living play cal for this waltzing ciwnul whir-h sf-mns tu indicate that this dance is popular again. lil ol' OIQT OF HRHATIII That hunny' imp surely hcvanic popular fast! Hcrl' it is again at thc Scniorsi dance - gay. giddy, and glorious. TVERE YOL' THICRIC, having fun ualtzing to the music of Tommy Massa and his orchestra at the Christmas damn-? It was a night of pleasant memories. E' 5 X l O ' . .O. 2 l .fi 9' x xo OUR STUDENT PHOTOGRA- PHERS - Bob Thomas. George Brett and Charles Boucher pre- paring for a day with the cam- era. They did an excellent piece of work this year. READING TIIE POSTER AND WONDERING IF . . . Here ,ludy Traves shows Donald Grazi- ano what every alert student should know about an air raid drill during school sessions. DO YOU REMEMBER? WAITING T0 PAY THE ClxsH1ER H Nina Celona stands in the line in the cafeteria. The lunch is THE FINE WORK OF THE STAGE CREW - Adrien Angell, Roger Morin and lkneelingl Charles Salisbury. Here they finish checking a property list for an assembly. THAT TIIE LIFE YOU SAYE . . . may be your own, if you follow air raid drill instructions carefully. Mr. Mcfllahon shows these boys how to secure maxi- mum protection during a drill. goodg the girl is courteous. UW' mlm l -5'3" Whitt!! f 14,5 T 'KT41 msn.. 7' SYATI. Q gy X 112 Q Z S+' I 1 THOSE MORNING SESSIONS BESIDE THE LOCKERS . . . getting hooks and exchanging news . . . Carol Martineau, Do- lores Caranci. and Nancy Lauder prepare for the day in the usual way. USING THE CORRECT STAIR- YVAY . . . Walter Loiselle and Anthony Arlia ffrontl, Bob Klan- gan and Larry DiFilippo lbackl seem grimly llE'lCI'lIllIN'll to be ou time for that next class upstairs. DO YOU REMEMBER? TH,-XT LAST GLANCE -XT THE ASSIGNMENT . . . before classes begin, Michael Rocchio and ,lollu Carroll compare not:-' near a hall window THE CROWNING OF A SE- NIOR QLEEN . . . and the fondest dream of each Junior girl last year. Mr. McGovern crowns llarbara Plante, while Edna White-ly and Elaine Dodge help form her court. THOSE SIQNNY DAYS ON THE SIDE STEPS . . . Jane Potter lfre-shmanl, Allan Bes- sette lsophomorel, and David Stabile fjuniorj repr t-stf nt the underclassrncn, resting and re- laxing after lunch. xr- lin-., gi if I -if 'EEZ ,J orrsn Pmnnns TEXTBOOKS I DIRECTORIES CATALOGS 0 LABORATORY MANUALS 0 BULLETINS PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL . Q SPAULDING-M055 C0. 42 Franklin Street, Boston 10, Massachusetts I I ,f 4, A , 1 ft 1 ' gf" I -jj' N ADVERTISEMENTS "ME K1 -rf X X .f,., ' . , T' I ' X. K fi fiizwt f gif' fi ,- WI , I iff' sv 41 Q'-' 4, 2 L Z .Zh 2 ....4,,. U V. 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Wllell the Ol,l,dbl0Il for a new photograph 311568 personal, engagement Ol wedding please stop ln our new first floor studio Well he glad to see you again' THE LUCKETT STUDIOS INCORPORATED WEYBOSSET QTREET PROVIDENCE JAcKsoN 1 3030 Our candid and formal wedding portralture is considered among the finest ln New England lf you or any one you know are makin weddln plans stop lll and eompare our superb quality and sensible prices just two of the mam reasons we are said to be Ruoma Isl mos Lmnwc WFDDINC PHo'rocRAPHERs lax -I PSI xjxznxkjgxgxxiiitbgdxzil 121 .1. . . . . - w 4 . . . , . , . 7,- D L 1 i . . Y 1 - a s . U v . .I . i . D C 7 " 44 X , 1 ' V wa .. . . . r . . lil 3'fK3'1!3'i!l'l Z'1?Z'1 A F3 l'3'lFZ'i!'3'1FZiiC4F3'l iiililll P3i?3i?2i!'3i'A A"A A A A A A A YOll'l.l. REALLY ENJOY? Here s what the Telephone Company offers grrls fmrslung Hrgll School A chance to fill an important Iob A chance to earn good pay, regu lar raises, paid vacations A chance to enloy friendly com pamonship meet new people make new frlends Tlus I9 your chance to do vxtal work e a pob wnth plenty of responslbllnty and oppor tumty for advancement be assoclated with a reliable Company that s known and respected every where a Company youll he proud to work for Come nn and talk to us Get all the detalls But do ll now so youll have a head start new :naman TEIEIIIIIIIIE a. rmouru tompnnv 122 v . V - v , ' - 'lll NORTH PROVIDENCE DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE CIANRUS C0 Sy dc te I w ly n i a e e r Specialties GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '54 NUHTH PHUVIIJENEE VENETIAN BLIND Ell GA 1 2887 GA 1 2880 Capaldl Bros Constructlon Co 278 SIIVER QPRINC STREET P d 4 R o o 0 o Public Works Contractors ' ' 2 I. O! CCNSOLIDATED REALTY CORP NORTH PROVIDENCE ELECTRIC CENTER 17 EXCHANGE STREET PROVIDENCE R I Of 34-5 WOONASQIQATUCKET AVENUE NORTH PROVIDENCE, R. I. ILQRAC COMPANY ANTIIUNY F MATRIJMALU Hhrlutacf, R 97 JOHNSON STREET Compliments of Q 25 B OWN AVENU SALVADORE TOOL 8. FINDINGS 569 I'0UN'IAIN SIIxEFI Pl0VllI6IlCf II I EL 3-3820 CENTREDALE MACHINE 8. TOOL CORP 918 WOONASQUATUI KE'I AVENUE Nolth Plovldence R I I 1 3 ode Mlfefage We dellvel SODA to y0u1 Home on le llId1 F Cl ca e dSb0lI.6fI 1 c 1 I1 fiom lIf'Illl0ll IIIXOI No deposzt on bottle I0 IINDE STREET PIOVICICIIFC R I Dr Albert C PICOZZI Dentlst 1062 CHARLES S1 REET North Providence R I OIIice Hours 95 PA 34448 Evemngs by Appt 1 f n 1 . I I . ' I, . . , 5- 1 w 1 1 Q-ll K J l 1 1 I , I . III -I-11 . . U ' Le Q o. I I ' . . . O. , , . . 'U , . . schedule - AII year service. .aI rs - ' ' as yu wis ' I6 s 1 ' 's. 5. , . ' . 1 , 1 1 . ' I 127 f CELEBRITY CLUB ILEO CAIRIDIIIXI 0,211,101 fllllmrm 1110 pil V0 0V6'l'f01l S AMBASSAIIIIH INN Whe 0 6001! W ll lie gm' . I .amp imen s 0 , ! O I 275 SMITH STREET Providence, R. I. if I' i i I9 ' f Compliments INDUSTRIAL PMTIZVH UUMPAZVY JUHN SEXTUN 8 Cn SPEED S AL DENATELLI SERVICE CON STRUCTIIDN C0 Of CHICAGO . 9 0 General Contractors 6 Sy ' - . 'l EL 1-6500 gel Compliments fee cl-gym 0 yng Thomas ,I Paollno 103 DIKE STREET PIOVld6IlC6 R I FI 17373 Save Money W1tl1 Henry Your Sngn Man 77 ESTEN AVENUE Truck Pazntuzg and Lette Ernest S Angelo Preszdent and Treasurer Neon Te 1111161019 957 MANTON AVENUE P10Xld6I1CC R I 130 CENTREDALE SIGN CO. PaW'uCket, R' I' AIIAMO Pl MBINH U0 Plumbmg Q Heatmg Englneers A 160 URBAN AVILNUE lNo Provldence R I PA 26179 P 1343 Pl 51344 Prudential Investment Corporation Saungs Inxeslment 08111613105 0 llli M nrt 1 Flnam mg 1066 CHARI ES STREET North P10Vldf'lllf' Rhode Isl md gl'l'lClll5UL 2 Company North Provndcnce Rhode Island Sales and Display Rooms KANMAK TEXTILES INC 417 FIFTH AVENLE New York Clty New York o O I U , . . , . . A 5- . . 1' .- . . Q . Y - X Y Christmas Clubs -- Vacation Clubs , La .- 4 gagvs- ' " 9 ' T , I I , 1 1 - ,I A g I, w i 131 74 111 IQMULJWQ JJ 94 .SMOJ arent lac W M0C,af,.m Complinlents Of lndustrlal Luncheon Servlee lne 77 Wll I OW STREET Plovldence R l DI-118013 18014 18015 JOHN E MARTIN INC Beef Pork Poultry PPOWIBIOIIS and Cut Meats 213 CANAI STREET Plovldence R l l'l 3 852 FLOOR COVERING CO Carpets Llnoleum Broadloom Rubber Tile Asphalt Tlle Wall Covering 1875 Mmex al Sprmg Avenue North Provldence R l Ralph Trotter I9 1 ' TROTTER'S Follzplzmelzts THE FOOD STORES 6 FIS 20 Ferncrest Motors, Inc Iu26 SMITH STRU' T North Proudence Rhode I Iand Your fommunzly Hudson Dealer Omce Res Candy Lourt IINTHUN Y HIIILLI ,duo M, OIAVLJZKOI' df dw 409 New Industrlal Trust Blllldlllg PFOVICICIICE' R I IA 521m Marlevlllv Hardware Hardware Electrical Supplles Paints Tools 1000 IVIIIICIBI Spllllg Avenue Nonth Plovldence R I T I. -. I-30' Of I' f' , S fa. I-l9"3? No. Prov., H. I. .1 A' I I r I I' an! ' 1 t . C2 f Cf - - 1, U 0 ' ' . , . I 133 Howard F Ferguson D V M EL 3 9898 aiu, ,7d.U.Q!U'L I195 DGUCLAQ AVENUE NOIIII P1 ovldo 106 Rhode Island GREENVILLE IRUSI IIIIMPANY GREENVILLE R I Branch OfHce 1991 QMITH STREET CENTREDALE R I Ll! Q A OZZLCZ .SQOPQ BROAD STREET Pawtucket R I Rhode Island s Bzggest Selection o Young H zt Fashzons at Young Budgetwlse Przces 9 , O I I T. F. OATES, JR. E. C. OATES 8 OI' , . . f 134 Comphmems 0 ,I B FOGARTY 8: CO 90411 .Al Woffe, jf Shoes 8: Dry Goods 2001 QMITH QTREIT Centre-dale R I 'S 3924 Prompt Servlce ARTHUR I WINSOR AND AQPHALT PAVINF 397 ANGELI ROAD North Provldence R I MIEHAEL 5 BEAUTY SALUN fHa1r Stylmgl Ahce Bldg Room 703 Provldence R MA 1 1466 Complzments o GREY T0 E CASH MARKET GREYSTONE R I ' f . . . . I'. ICI, .- :jg EXCAVATING, CRANE SERVICE ' f I 135 GOOD LUCK from THE WOMEN'S AUXILIARY of the Geneva Flre Co Inc PARAMOUNT TAILORS 8 CLEANSERS OPP. TOWN HALL Centredale 5 1 LUXURY Cleansers 3 Hour Plant Service Free Puck Up and Delwery 0 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE Lomplznmnls 0 EDWARD A J DIMUCCIO Dentist v6 SMITHFIII D AVI NUE Pawtucket R I D ADAMO S PHARMACY Dlspensmg Chemlsts Pharmacist 612 614 CHARLES STREET Proudence R I I I CENTREDALE GARAGE Ceneral Auto Repairing Road and Battery Servlce PUTNAM AVENUE Vincent DAdan1o Centfedale R I MA 12940 Resldence PL 1 3941 PA 19494 SUNRISF FABRII SHOP Sllll Cox er and Drapery Fabrics Drapes Slip Cowers Spreads Custom Made 609 CHARL1-'S STREFT Proudence R I BERETTA S PHARMACY 1034 C HARI IS STRI I T NIHFICX llle Drugs Fountam Cosmetus Baby Goods and Tobacco Prescriptions K arefully Fzlled ., . PA - 430 , . I DR. . . 1 33 ' ' ' CI-I 1-9'3' 9 7 . ' 1 .5 ' T- 7 136 RAOUL R LUMINELLO General lnaumnce El. 3-2778 ANDERSONS FARM DAIRX 90 QNIITHFIH D RO KD 1North PI'0VlClCllCC R l WINKLEMAN 81 FINKLESTEIN Clothing Furniture ualzty Mercharulzse At Lower Prues CE 1 4100 CE 1 4101 WILLAGE PITZARIA 210 XIINPRAI SPRINC AVINII Centreclale R l F1 :claw Fl h and Chlpi Tomato Pune Our Speclalty Orders Put Lp To Take Out CF 19444 FRUIT HILL CREAMERY Sealtest Ice Cream 1310 SMITH STREET North Provxdence R l 0 Pr ov Self SPIWICP laundry 1099 FH XRLES STREET Worth PIOYIKTEIILQ R l We-t Wah D m Struct- 6 9421 FANDY S LIQUOR GTORF fomplete Lune of Donn-stu and Illlll0l'lC1l liquor-x 6 'Vll'Nl RU SPRINT KVI Vll laxsturkvt R l 1 7 BONDFD STORM WINDOW f omlnnatmn Slol m W lllllllwb mal Doors I0 m HXllI'll STRIIT 1 RIN X Rwpl llll , , 1 R . , . , . . Y , ' Ty fl ,.,' .11 'IWC Q a . -l 'V git 'S A . x , 1 S .S I s ry' g .Y I , . . . Dry Cleamng PA .- CIC -F113 . 1 L , J L C0- .' - " "1 .ll I . U, . , . KD' . . 1 A 4 fill . .r'1f,Q' :rr , , North lroxul' 'cn R. l. J V , . . 'srl' 137 A FRIEND Compliments of WORCESTER TEXTILE CO. INC. GREYSTONE, R. I. IMPERIAL TILE 81 MARBLE WORKS INC 1042 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE North Provldence R I CE 1-4680 SMITH 81 LOXLEY Real Estate 1894 SMITH STREET North Provldence R I 5 5613 New England Cast Stone Co Manufacturers of Concrete Products 25 ROSE STREET North Prov1dence R I HO 1700 and 2518 JUSTICE BEDDING COMPANY NC Manu acturers 0 Blue Ribbon Mattresses 860 EDDY STREET Provldence R I TE 1 9557 HARTLEY S VARIETY STORF Stationery fakes Pzes Comix Tolmrro 1385 PLAINEIEI D STREET Thornton R I TURNER S anal Ice Cream Parlor Homemade Ice Cream MINIRAI SPRINE AVENUE Wocmrlxllle R 8 , . . 1 l , . . PA - , . . . , . . 9 9 L A Miniature Golf Course Newsclealer - Magazines , ""- -'M eg'i,. , .. . E I A . I .2 V. 9 ' I' , . . FOIIIPIIIIICIIIS' 0 F DANIEL RUSSELL NORTH PROVIDENCF POLICE ASSOCIATION 200 QNIITII STRFI T Centredale II R I 'S 9 WIORRISSEY S OIL SERVICE 1620 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE CF 19481 YOLA S BEAUTY SALON 219-I MINERAL SPRING AVENUE North Provldence R I JOSEPH DI PONTE INC Ilueon Contractor Vw FRLIT HIIL AVENLE North Provldence R I 1 5110 GENERAL MILLS Inc Farm Service Store Feeds Farm Supplles Seeds o PUTNAM AVENUE Centredale Rhode Island FL 3 9880 C 81 C GULF STATION Corner of Dou Iae an Vlmeral Sprung Avenue North Providence R I BALDI S TAVERN 940 Mlneral Sprlng Avenue PA 6 9891 We cater to Weddmgs Showers Banquets an Partzes Dante Baldl Prop , ' . f A X DR. . , 8 - EL ,- 3:19 ' ' I ' A 9 9 North Providence. R. I. , ' I CE -. . , . V , . 7 A ' - 9 g - d . N . . fl . 139 PA 2 6169 WILLIAM VARONE Real Estate Representing MERCHANTS RFAI TY CORP FAGLE ELECTRIC ISO 607 CHARLPS STREET Providence R I Buslness Telephone EI 3 9815 VICTOR AUTO ELECTRIC Tom DeFel1ce 1524- SMITH ST Proprietor No Prov R I 78 SULLY S CLEANSERS dv2 ADMIRAL STREET Provldence R I 1'ree Delwery Servzce NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET uallty Foods Free Delwery 1854 SMITH STREET North Providence R I DR CALVIN V CIUSTI Dentist 573 ACADEMY AVENUE Provldence R I 1'L 3 3350 NOTARANTONIO BROS INC Ford Sales and Service General Repairing 1703 MINERAL SPRING AVENLE North Provldence R I EL 3 3298 RICHARD W JALBERT Real Estate 1 VINEYARD IA1NE North Proxldence R 1 We Buy and Sell All Types 0 Property ' , . . . 1 , CA 1- 94 7 CE 1-7085 -Q . 1 . I a, 0 . ' , . . f 140 Compliments o PRED S TAVERN 1021 MINERAL SPRINC AVFNIIF North Proudence R I FRUIT HILL PHARMACY Davul L Duck Reg Phar 1138 SMITH STREET North Provldence R I CE 10904 24 Hour Service CENTRE DINER 1935 SMITH STREET North Provldence R I George Chalko Manager Compliments BARE ROCK BEVERAGE Manufacturers of Callfornla Orange NESBITTS EL 3 2616 ALCO FOOD MARKET Veeetables Frozen Foods 1541 SMITH STREET North Provldence R I Free Dellvery ERNIE S MARKET Fresh Meats Flsh and Poultry Store Hours Mon to Thurs 9 to 6 Fra 9to8 Sat 9to6 GREENVILLE AVENUE Greenvllle R I STAR CHOPPER CO MERIT MACHINE WORKS 1379 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE North Provldence R I PA 5 6641 HENDERSON HARDWARE CO Hardware, Palnts Electrical Supplies Kltchen Furnishings 266 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE A L Rlchard Pawtucket R I George Letolle E Gerronl Prop ' f V. . ' 9 Q 9 . . o I 1 4 In , . . 1. P K ,. . . . of CO. I . , 1 n - 9 Meats - Groceries - Fruits U . . . ., , . , I n 1 M - . , . . . 81 , . . . . , . . . , . 141 Compliments of A FRIEND CE 1-7309 GOB SHOP 21 WATERMAN AVENl'E Centredale Compliments o JOHN P PASCONE Dentist Compliments 0 CHARLES GABRIELE Contractor Complzmenls 0 ZAMBARANO BROS CONTRACTORS 33 6 DI TROIA RADIO 81 TELEVISION Sales and Service Electronlc Sound 43 KNIGHT STREET Provldence 9 R I RITA G PONTON HAIR STYLIST Lhez Armand Beauty Studio Inc 16 PARK PLACE Pawtucket R l SPIVEYS BAKE SHOP Bread Rolls Pies Pork Meat and Chicken Ples Exclusive Pastry 1189 SMITH STREET North Provlclence R l , f DR. . . EL . 96 ' f PA 6-9687 CE 1237 9 . , . 9 9 N s . , . . 142 Compliments of THE STRAND THEATRE PROVIDENCE R I CE 1-4026 LEES GENERAL STORE SMITH AVENUE Greenvllle R I 1 6075 HAROLD E HOPKINS Pme and Hardwood Lumber PUTNAM PIKE Harmony R I CE 14411 DR JOHN FALINO Optometrist 658 WOONASQUATUCKET AVENUE Centredale R I 3 7561 MARIEVILLE FENCE WORKS Wlre and Iron Fences Flre Escapes 19 VOLTURNO STREET PA 2 7833 .I AIELLO CONSTRUCTION CO Asphalt Walks and Driveways 17 BROWN AVENUE North PI'0VldCIlCC R I CE 1 5518 CORNER MARKET Cholce Meats Fresh Fruits Vegetables Quality Grocerles Frozen Foods 1812 SMITH STREET North Provldence R I Free Delwery 97 Where all good frzends meet Ladzes Invzted CLUB 644- Cholce Foods and Llquors 355 PUTNAM AVENUE Smlthtield R I 7 CE - ' PA - - North Providence, R. I. , - l ' CE 1- 58 1 . . 4 as 143 Compliments of Mr and Mrs .IAMES L TUCKER Greenvllle R I ANTHONY VACCA Attorney 1 5793 RICCI S MARKET uallty Meat and Groceries Fresh Frult and Veoetahles 10 EMANUEL STREET Lymansvxlle R I PA 69048 THE TOWN MARKET Corner f Charles and Mmeral Sprm Avenue The Fmest In Meals 1 7853 LOUIS T ROCCHIO Representative 3 WOODSIDE ROAD Provldence R I Unlted Life and Accldent Insurance Company Concord New Hampshlre 1 4511 LA TOUR BROS F lorlsts Prompt Delwery Servzee 0 Funeral DCSlgllS ' Plants and Corsages 0 Weddmg Bouquets 1969 SMITH STREET Centredale R I 69064 MIDTOWN AUTO BODY 24 Hour Towing Servlce Body and Fender Work Auto Repalrmg and Auto Pamtmg 1063 CHARLES STREET North Provldence R I CENERATOR and STARTER Drwe Sa ely and Be Sa e Accessories Tires Batteries Also Complete Motor Work SGAMBATO BROS SERVICE, INC 603 WOONASQUATUCKET AVENUE Nxcolo Bros Props CL 1 9761 9 Q . . ' of 0 . . ' f f 144 CHRISTIANSEN'S DAIRY CO. NEW YORK SYSTEM CENTREDALE, R. I. Compliments o Mr and Mrs GERALD J PONTON Compliments 0 EDWARD A RICCI MD THE ALLENDALE C0 494 WOONASQUATUCKET AVENUE Allendale Centredale 11 R I 0 ce Reszdence GA 1 155.3 EL I 2124 RICHARD E FRANK CO Insurance Frank Koehler 36 40 DUKE CONNOLLY S CENTREDALE PHARMACY Where Your Patronage LS Appreculted 2030 SMITH STREET Centredale R I Boulmg at lls Best LYMANSVILLE RECREATION CENTER 330 WOONASQUATUCKET AVENUE North Provxdence R I ' I . f . , . . ji : ' : . .I. - ST. Manager Prov., R. I. , V ' i 7, 145 fomphmenls PIOS CAFE FAIR OAKS I33u MINI- RAL SPRING AVENUE North Provldence R I E M YOUNG Bullders 35 PUTNAM AVENUE Johnston R I E R COLE RADIO 8 TELEVISION 303 PUTNAM AVENUE Smlthfield R I ALFRED BRODEUR Grocerles Meats Frults Vegetables GREENVILLE R CE 1 0304R 69527 DODGE GOULAS POST 29 American Legion 1090 CHARLES STREET North Provldence R I IIOTARSKY S MARKET Meats Groceries Fruzts Vegetables frozen Foods Ice Cream 1394 DOUGLAS AVENUE North Provldence R I 3 9891 CELONA S Service Statlon, Inc Complete Automohve and Road Servlce Corner MINERAL SPRING and DOUGLAS AVENUES North Provldence R I , ' of . . CO. ' ' PA - General Merchandise if , .I, ' EL - 7 7 146 CARANCI S AND SONS BAKERY 12 ATLANTIC AVENLE North Provldence R I CE I-9457 Mr and Mrs VERNON B WINSOR Wznsor Farm Cvreenvllle R I GREY STONE HARDWARE RADIO TELEVISION V DEFRANCISCO 164 WATERMAN AVENUE 1 64-00 CENTRE CAB Prompt Courteous Servlce 2064- SMITH STREET Centredale R I ACME MARINE 81 SUPPLY CO CE 15209 301 PUTNAM PIKE ROUTE NO E M K Smnthfneld R I Johnson Motors Boats Marine Supplies Lawn Mowers Bicycles Sporting Goods General Electric R3dlOS and Appllances Centredale R I TELEVISION PA 6 9730 ROGERS AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Igmtron Brake Servlce Carburetxon Genume Parts Corner Charles Street an Mmeral Sprmg Avenue North Provldence R I 56224- GENA'S GIFT SHOPPEE You name lt we have Lt well get zt 1006 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE North Provxdence R I 9 CE - ' , .44 ' ' 2220 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE ' PA . - - . or , i d 147 Complim Unis of DAIRY DIP ITOITIIJIINIFIIIS nf ICE CREAM GENEVA ACTIVITY CLUB CF 19382 Ch 19181 GREENVILI E PHARMACY GREENVILI E Rhode Island PISATURO MOTOR SALES Sen lflllf., 1096 SMITH STRLLT Iorth Proxldcnee R I Complzmenls 0 DII ILIPPO BROTHER S CATERERS 432 RLAR MANTON AVLNUE Providence R I Ielephone 1 9339 34122 1062 CHARLES ST 58754 rox R EDIHUND A BALDI Attornu at Law 15.3 MAIN STREET Pawtucket R I COLUMBUS OIL CO Power Burner Sales Seruu Installation 114 DOI CIAS AVI NLP 'North Proxl Ience R I UIIIZIFPIII Prop 3 9892 Buccl Compliments 0 GENEVA CAFE 1103 DOL GI Ab AVEINUL Worth Proudence R I Prop 8 ' f PA '- PA - N. P '. 5 a EL 3-3434 EL . . ' I I F W N N .w n I 1 'f I 3 1' 'Ii ' , . . I In 7 ' ' A. P 1 . A, ', , Complzments 0 Mr and Mrs ALFRED GUISTI flomplzm en ts 0 GENEVA VOLUNTEER FIRE CO , Inc flomplzments 0 ARMAND S RESTAURANT 358 WLSTMINSTER STREET Provldenee R l Compliments 0 D 81 S Screw Products Co 08 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale R I RILEYS FILLING STATION Georglavllle R I Texaco Gasoline and Oll Norwalk Fnsk Lee Tires EL 3 3734- FRUIT HILL HARDWARE North PFOVICICIICC R I Telephone 1 1142 CARL S OIL SERVICE Complete Automatic Heatlng System Oll Burners--Sales-Service 24 SCIIOOI STRLFT Johnston R l 197 8 PANTEX Cleansers and Launderers Plant Seruce 1939 SMITH STREET Centreclale R I ' f I ' f ' 1 , ' f 9 9 . . 1512-1514 SMITH STREET ' CE . o 5 149 DE 1-3725 WEIN'S Furniture Co. 589 CHARLES STREET Providence, R. I. Hermie and Al Wein 6-9120 DOC'S VARIETY STORE Your Local P. X. 1067 CHARLES STREET Marieville, R. I. CE 1-4300 CENTREDALE LUMBER COMPANY INC Pam! and Hardware 10 PUTNAM AVENUE Centredale 11 R I OVIE S SERVICE STATION Repairing 2201 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE Centredale R I BREAD and PASTRY BORRELLI S BAKERY We Speczahze In eddmg and Birthday Cakes 1894 SMITH STREET North Providence R I CE 1 4418 1 7390 EL-DEE I' urmture Company uallty Furniture Priced Rnght Lar1yBuube M M Drury 2193 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE Centredale 11 R I ZACCAGNINI S PAS'l RIES We Specwlzze In Lakes For All OCCHSIODS 1021 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE North Proudence R I 301 ADMIRAL STREET Provldence R I WALKER S MARKET 0 Grocerles 0 Meats 0 Produce ' Varletles 1390 DOL GLAS AVEWLE 'North PFOYICTEIICC R I 9 , I I I CE - 9 . - -T1 Q I D W7 ' ' , . . PA 6-9377 EL 3-9884 Free Delivery , Y u n , 150 ROY ELECTRIC COMPANY 57 EAST AVENUE Centredale CE 1 6232 THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP 5 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale R I CEN TREDALE MOTOR SALES Pontiac Sales and Service 26 PUTNAM AVENUE Johnston R l GILLEN S FILLING STATION Casollne Olls and Greasmg 1179 CHARLES STREET PA 6 9642 BANSPACH BROTHERS Wholesale Bakers We speuallze ln Bread and Rolls 114 DELAINE STREET Providence R I Complzments 0 THE COMMUNITY PRESS Printers Llthographers 113 lla PUTNAM AVENUE Centredale R I I S AVENIA SIGN CO Neon Sign and Seruce All Types of Commercial Signs 4-14 WOODWARD ROAD North Provldence R I EL 39817 CARRARA S' 93 WOONASQUATUCKET AVENUE North Providence R I Muslc and Entertainment Every Saturday Nite ,.. 9 ,.. , a-- ,.. 1 1 .. . ' cc 99 , . ,.. ,.. V 151 GA 1-3371 TERCAT TOOL 81 DIE CO., In 82 CEDAR STREET Providence, R. I. C. 6-91 74- SAMSON'S DINER Corner Mineral Spring Avenue an Power Road Pawtucket. R. I. WIGWAM SPORTCENTER 1163 CHARLES STREET North Provldence R l PA 5014-9 ROYAL MOTORS Ixalser Henry ,I 2021 LLMWOOD AVFNLF Warwlck Rhode Island 1 9790 REILLY S Athletic Equipment I C M Hockey Skates and Sinks 2009 SMITH STREET 191 6 BENNETT'S Texac 0 Sen lce 31 PUTNAM AVLNUE Johnston R I MA 1 9049 ANCELONE S WINE SHOP P ISI! Our lmporlerl Wim Room C0 610 CllARl l S STRIVI Prosldence R l ROSSI S Auto Body Shop Speczalzzzng ln Rebuilding and Wrecks Rc dy and Fender Work Seat Coxers 10 HLMBERT STREET lymansulle R I , d 9 CE - CE -' 5 9 . , . . North Providence, R. I. --your Texaco Dealer" , 9 , V, . . . . . ? v y H - 1 li - ,Q , I I ' 152 GGSIBWSBQ 'Q 1 I 'IOYIDENCE o w..vw.,..f.n PROVIDENCE 2. RHODE ISLAND Complmlents of A FRIEND fomplzments 0 I HARLIE S RESTAURANT Centredale R I METRO ATLANTIC INC 2042 SMITH STREET Centredale DANIEL S VAUGHN Milk and Cream PLTNAM AVLNUE Creenvllle Rhode Island Best Wishes For Success RHODE ISLAND S LARGEST STORE I CAL'S PONTIAC CO Sales Service Parts 910 Charles Street North Provldence R I Domemc A Madonna General Manager I 9 , . 0 . , R. I. - PX 2-5700 Residence: PA 2-2412 9 ' 7 ' ' 153 Compliments of COMMUNITY THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. CENTREDALE JOSEPH F BAFFONI RHODE ISLAND GREYSTONE MOTORS INC 228 WATERMAN AVENUE Creystone R I Complrments 0 WILLIAM .I AURELLIO CE 1 4430 Resldence TE 1 0023 ROBERT FREY FLORIST 1883 SMITH STREET Centredale R I Corsages Funeral Designs Weddmg Flowers CE 1 9754 The One and Only On Route 44 DAVID'S CHARCOAL BROILED FOODS 1843 SMITH STREET 6200 ACE HARDWARE CO Hardware Wall Paper Electrwal F Lxlures KYANIZE Varnlshes and Enamels 12 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale R I CE 1 4131 ARNOLD S REMNANT STORES 23 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale Rhode Island Drapery Fabrics uallty Dress Goods ' f ' , ' Centredale, R. I. CE 1- - ' 9 Q . 154 GLADDING'S One 0 New Englanfls Finest Stores Compliments of NORTH PROVIDENCE AUTO BODY 3 4-292 INSTANTWHIP Inc 881 CHARLES STREET North Provldence R I 1 2500 FASTLRN COAL 8 OIL 470 ALLENS AVENUE Prov1dence5 R I Winkler Onl Burners STRAND JEWELERS A Complete Lune o Gu ts x7 WASHINGTON STREET Provldence R I HARTLEY COMPANY INC Coal Coke Fuel Olls 2209 MINERAL SPRING AVENLE Centredale R I CE 15915 CE 1 6639 Emergency ALA SCIVICC CE I 9753 ROYLAND S SERVICE STATION INCHAM S SUNOCO SERVILE Complete Lubrzcatzon, and Rename Repalrmb A ulo Accessones N0 job T00 Small 79 P1 TNAM AVENLE 1883 SMITH STREET Cranltevllle R I Centredale R I CE 1 9776 0 i V , PA - ST - . . I CO. , . , . ' Diamonds - Wfztches - Rings Healing EquiPmenl 7 9 1 ' ' 155 AUQT q MARKET Compliments n I YMAINSVILLE DR FUGENE RICFI CIO 16949 KANE S DRUF STORE FENTREDALF Rooum 4, 2022 WITH QTRHZT '34 REDFFRN QTREET Centledale R I Conzplzments FOMMUNI1 Y SERVH h MARKLI' I dward IAXCLII lan Manager .IA 11050 FAB 9 PORCBLAIN LABORATORY Provldence Rhode Island C omphments HENNFQSEY DAIRY CO FRUIT HILI AVENUF North Prov1dence R I Umon 1 0591 VALENTE S BAKERY Bra .ul Rolls Peppu' Biscuits Tomato Pies 6011! Charle Qtreet Proudeme . '. f 0 I 9 . I I 1 RO. 2 l 1 - , 1 2 , 607 CHARLES STREET . of ' - 9 F' s , " ' . R. I 156 SUMMO COIIIS LDITURIAL STAFF Edztor zn I h ef JXWII-.S 0 BRII-Y Amsmnt Fflzmr I I ISA I ANIHOHI IIINI Asszsmnt Erlzror DOA ALD BROWY Faculty Swnon Curnculnr Jon TIIORPI CAROL OLIAO Senzor Sectzon XIERFDITH HALL LESLII PLACI JACKIE PATTISON L nrlerclzzssmen Secrzon FRIAN ART PAT SPEYCFR Superlatttes Groups and Staffs Forums and Ass mblzes NANCY RIGB1 BRRNICI WILLIS PAT GRAZIAYO NIARGIE jAcRsOx Sports BIIL BRA DEN RAY CI ERTIX. 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SENIORS Actrs Lucllle 19 89 97 98 Almonte Ela1ne19 97 Angelonl Matllda 19 97 Anzelone Joseph 19 Art Grlan 19 83 96 Auhln Ernest 20 66 70 79 9 Austm Arthur 20 Bagllnl John 20 97 Bamber Ann 20 Beanland Chrtstlne 20 97 Beretta John 21 97 98 109 Berube Gertrude 21 94 98 Bourgeols Mar aret 21 97 98 Bowden Wllllam 21 Brook Deborah J 22 Brown Donald 22 49 67 70 92 9 96 102 Brush Barbara 22 97 Bryden W1ll1am22 65 66 96 Buccl M1chael22 97 87 102 Buckless Eleanor 23 49 92 94 96 Bulprtt Catherme 23 97 Cabral John 5 23 72 97 99 106 Cantone Anna 23 49 97 98 Capaldl Clatre 23 47 94 97 98 Capracotta Carolyn 24 97 Carclerl Elleen 24 Carroll John 24 78 88 97 Cazeault Dolores 24 97 Chapman Lester 24 79 Chew Raymond 25 91 Christopher Beth 25 48 83 90 94 96 W AND S0 We have paused long enough for the caravan must contmue on IIS labyrlnth of dlVC1g1Ilg roads From the Summlt the seniors can see the numerous wlndlng paths of the future, wondering where each wlll finally travel Whlchever they declde to take the beloved days at North Providence Hlgh wlll never be forgotten Let Semor Processlonal STUDENT INDEX Guertm Raymond 31 96 Hall Meredlth 31 92 96 Clnaml Marne 18 47 94 96 98 107 Colantomo Carol 25 47 Cooper Ernest 25 99 Costa Rlchard 25 65 91 94 109 DAgostmo Brxdget 26 97 Daly Hope 26 97 98 DeConc1l1s Glorla 26 94 96 DelSesto Richard 26 DesRoches Joan 26 Dexter Carol 27 89 96 D1Ch1aro Joseph 27 65 94 96 102 D1F1l1ppo Larry 27 DlG1Ull0 Anne 27 48 65 83 92 97 D1Paolo Ann 28 97 D1Trola Glorla 28 97 Dod e Paulme 28 Devme John 27 47 48 49 70 79 92 95 Dzledzlc Carolyn 28 94 97 Donahue Gerald 28 78 92 Earnshaw Gerald 18 29 48 7 92 94 97 Ellery Frederlck 29 Elllngwood Joy 29 94 107 Emxn John Jr 29 72 79 Ferguson Jon 29 65 70 74 97 109 Ferrl Dolores 30 94 96 Gaudet Robert 30 70 71 74 76 Glustl Norma 30 97 Goss Patrrcxa 30 92 94 Grazlano Patrxcla 30 94 Grxllm Ernest 31 158 Handle Lots 31 97 98 Hart Helen 32 91 96 98 Harrls Donald 31 Henry Margaret 32 87 Hopkms Stephen 32 79 91 Jackson Marjorxe 32 83 88 96 98 109 John Helen Carolyn 32 97 98 Keene Ernest 33 Kelley Jamce 33 97 98 Kenyon Davld 33 88 91 Lamborghlnl Lulsa 5 18 47 94 96 Lawton Harold 33 48 98 99 Ledoux Janlce 34 Leva Peter 34 49 70 109 Llvmgston Wllmer 34 Lolselle Walter 34 Luca Jane M 34 48 97 98 McNally Lorrame 35 Manclnl Dolores 35 94 97 Marclano Joseph 35 Marwell Barbara 35 94 Matrumalo Vmcent 35 Mllllken Joseph 36 70 96 109 Morrlssey Wxlllam 36 78 79 Murphy Elame 36 Murphy John Jr 36 70 74 Norrls Dorothy 36 49 96 Northrop Phylhs 37 I r A 1 I Q O I C 9 . - 9 . l . . 1 f I l ' , ' , , , ' ', ' , , , , , ' , , , 101 , ' , ' , , , 96 , ' , , , 109 .7 . 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Y Y Y 9 Y 9 929 7 9 7 7 Y Y 7 Y 7 Y Y 7 7 7 I .7 9 .Y 9 ' 9 Y 9 769 , 9 , ' ' , , 97 7 9 . 7 I ' Y I 96 l 7 1 Y l 9 9 9 9 Y Y . .Y Y 7 OBrien James 5 18 46 47 77 94 95 96 102 O Sullivan Barbara Oliver Helen 37 96 Olivo Carol 37 67 83 96 Olivo Edith 37 98 106 Paquette Joseph 38 Parrott Beverly 38 Patnaude Barbara 38 Pattison Jacquelme 38 92 Penta George 38 Perrmo Thomas 39 Place Leslie 39 48 102 Platsted John 39 102 Plante Da1139 97 98 Prete Dolores 39 64 83 96 Reilly Frances B 40 86 Reynolds Cynthia 40 Rigby Nancy Ann 40 96 Roberts Joan 40 97 98 109 Russo Carol Ann 18 40 64 90 Sacchettl William 41 62 70 74 97 Sallsbury Warren 41 62 70 74 97 Salvatore Elaine 41 97 105 Santamello Donald 41 74 90 Scarclglla Shirley 41 98 104 109 Scott George Douglas 42 91 Senerchia Jean 42 96 98 Seraplglla Jolm 5 18 47 70 71 97 98 Smer Eleanor 42 Smith Shirley A 42 Stone Ahce 43 94 97 Stone Barbara 43 83 94 Stufano Nick 43 48 65 6' 71 94 Sweet David F 43 Tait Nancy Judith Thomas Robert 44 Thornton Constance 44 Thorpe Joan 44 94 96 102 107 Tootell Virginia A 44 Treese Donald 45 Tucker Shirley 45 96 98 100 Tuhey John Thomas Vacca Arthur Jr 45 Walsh John X L 45 Wilcox Peter45 72 Willis F Bernice 46 Wilder Richard 46 Yorston Barbara 46 Zarrella Annma 46 94 97 96 05 J UNIORS Alolsxo Anita 52 Alterlo Vmcent 52 64 99 Angell Adnen 70 87 Anderton Carl 52 Antonelll Ann 52 97 Arlla Anthony 52 90 Atkinson Alan 52 74 88 97 Barbieri Mane 52 98 100 Bastranelll Ann 52 92 107 Belshaw Doris 52 Berube Jean 52 Berube John 52 99 Bessette Ronald 52 Bettencourt Loulse 52 97 Birch Barbara 52 Blackwood Robert 52 5 Bond Patricia 52 Boucher Charles 52 Boudreau Armand Brett George 52 Briggs Jean 52 83 92 96 Brown Robert 52 92 Buccl Antonia 52 Burns Beverly 52 Butera Bette 52 100 Cabral Ernest 52 64 Camblo Ann Camparone Carole Carlton Gerald 52 C1m1n1 Margaret 52 Clnami Barbara 52 97 Coletta Roberta 52 Conti Eleanor 52 92 Costlgan Margaret 52 98 100 Crossman Arthur 52 66 79 95 Davxs Joyce 52 De Angllsh Ralph 52 Del Farno Gusti 53 Della Valle Joseph 53 Des Roches Carol Ann De Rosa Beverly 53 Dexter Helen 53 91 D1 Giulio Wllllam 53 D1 Giulio Ernest 53 72 87 D1 Stefano Eugene 53 95 D1 Stefano Lois 53 88 Dolbashlan Rose 53 Donnelly Michael 53 Dupont Carol 53 98 Eastham Shirley 53 Eastham Thomas 53 Elliot John 53 95 Enos Evelyn 53 83 108 Esposito Rosemarie 53 55 Faella Gilda 53 108 Fair Constance 53 Flrby Archie 53 79 Fortm Dennis Fry Harold 53 91 Garrlepy Robert 53 91 Gaudet Alfred 53 91 Gaudet Jerry 53 92 87 Gorman Arlene 53 Green John 53 Guertm Edward 53 Hansen Virginia Hartley Raymond 53 96 Hawes Robert 53 Higgins Ann 52 53 83 Homan Richard 53 79 Hopkms Roberta Hurley Jack 52 95 lmondl Peter 53 lmondl Rosemarte 53 Jackson Richard 54 98 100 98 100 Jacques Jean 54 87 92 98 100 Johnson Gall 54 J utras Germaine 54 Keene George 54 Kershaw Ronald 54 Labrle Walter 54 Littlefield Dianne 54 Manchester Ralph 54 87 Mangan Robert 54 74 95 97 159 Manocchxa Richard 52 54 74 76 77 95 102 Maroney Edward 54 92 Marwell Raymond 53 54 65 74 9 McKenna Joyce 54 Morvan Carol 54 66 96 98 100 Morvan Jeanne 55 Moore Richard 54 Mowry Clinton 54 Myers Patricia Naylor June 54 Neff David 54 Notarantonxo Pasquale 54 Nugent Sally 55 97 Paolmo Eileen 54 Paollno Jean 54 Paolo Barbara 54 92 102 Perry Richard 54 70 Petroff Joseph 54 79 Pfelferle Joan 54 Prggott Paul 54 92 Pmcmce Jean 54 Potvm Mar1e5 54 97 Qumn Claire Racclo Elsie 54 108 Rappa John 55 Rey Nancy 55 83 86 97 Ricci Robert 55 70 74 Rico Barbara 55 98 Robertson Georgma 55 90 Roberts Jeame 54 Rocchlo Michael 70 Salvadore Eileen 55 64 Savastano Frances 55 Scrogey Ellen 55 Sechio Dorothy 55 Shardlow Norman 90 Shaw Edwin 55 107 Sherman Stephen 55 Silva Kenneth 55 Spencer Patricia 53 55 83 92 96 102 Squadrrto William 55 98 Stone Glona 55 Swan Nancy 55 Sweet Ann 55 108 Swenson Jamce 55 Theroux Irene 55 Thomson Claire 55 Tudmo Judith 55 Vacca Bette 55 Valente Vxlma 55 97 Vaughn Natalie 55 Waddmgton Evelyn 55 Wear Susan 55 Weston Charles 55 Wieselqulst James Wiggins Foster 55 88 91 Williams Alan 55 72 Zarrella Isedoro Zeppa Elaine 52 55 83 87 88 SOPHOMORES Antonucclo Jennie 56 Arsenault Rose Mane 56 Bamber Joan 56 Barbieri Anthony 56 Bargamlan Lucy 98 Barone Norman 56 Bessette Alan 56 Blackburn Barbara 56 Y . 1 1 , , , 65, 74, 76, 1 1 4' ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . l 1 , I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 ' 1 , , , ,98 1 1 J , . , , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 , ., . , . , , 96 1 1 l ' ' , ' , ,96 1 1 1 ' ' 55 , 1 1 1 74- 1 . , l 1 1 J , ' , , 1 52 ' 1 1 92 . , , 1 l 1 l I 1 ' 1 1 f ' 'z . 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' .1 1 1 1 l 1 U 1 l 1 1 1 1 . .1 1 1 l 1 . 1 1 1 37 ' 1 ' 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 Bonsrgnore Elalne 56 Bottomley Nancy 56 Boudreau Charles Bowe Karen 56 98 Boyle Alxce 56 Bollglan June 56 107 Bradley Joe 56 Buccl Peter 56 Bunglro Nlcholas 56 70 98 Calcagm Serena 56 Camara Robert Camblo En1s 56 Caranct Dolores 56 Cardm Ronald 56 Carroll Davxd 56 72 93 Carroll Judlth 56 Castello Phylhs 56 Cawthron Ruth 56 Chabot Margaret 56 C1acc1a Rlta 56 86 Colavecchlo Joan 56 58 106 Colavecchlo Rose Marte 56 5 Conte Joyce 56 Cook Cora 56 98 100 Corvese Adrlan 56 98 Costa Kenneth 56 75 95 97 Cote Louls Cransllaw Robert 56 Crossman Peter 56 DeCr1stofaro Dolores DC1MOH1CO Carol 56 DeStefan1s Anthony 56 70 Denessen Marlene 56 88 Deroum Lo1s 56 Desautel Vlfglllla 56 58 106 D1Cenzo James 56 D1Cola Della 57 104 D1G1ul1o Edward 57 70 99 DlMl11l0 Louls 57 D1Napol1 Ann 57 Dodge W1ll1am57 59 75 97 DOIl'llIl1Cl Raymond 57 Duarte Francesca 57 Everett Rosalie 57 59 Fabrrzlo Ann 56 57 86 89 Farr Veromca 57 106 Falrhurst Susan 57 100 Ferron Jean 67 Flrth Wlllram Fontalne Clalre 57 89 Forun Joan 100 Furtado Ruth 57 Fournler Janice 57 100 Gannon Barbara 98 100 104 Gxammarco Henry 57 Gravel Ronald 57 Grazlano Donald 57 75 Green MHTIC Gulllksen Alfred 57 Guerun Vmcent 57 75 Hall Mary 57 HBIIISOD John 57 99 86 Hassett Patrxcla 57 Hebert Dolores 57 Hesford James 57 8106 Hrrsch Daly 57 66 98 10 5 104 Iannozzl Barbara 57 llluzzl Carolyn 57 104 Imondl Beverly 57 Imondl Marllyn 57 Insana Janet 57 Jaques Edlth 57 100 Jaworskx Amta 57 Johns Carole 57 Kelley Nora 57 Kennedy Joan 106 Kllroe Kathleen 57 98 100 Labadte Patrlcxa 58 106 Labolssonlere Rlchard 58 Lambert Rxchard 58 99 LaPlante Ronald 89 95 Lauder Nancy 57 58 83 93 9 Lebeau Barbara 58 93 110 Leonettl Beatrlce 58 Leva Nmo Lewxs Harold 86 Loescher Elsa 58 93 Loomls Margaret 58 100 Luca John 56 58 95 99 106 110 MacConnell Nancy 58 'NIcLean Joyce 58 93 Maceronl Anne 58 Manocchra Ross 58 Martmeau Carol 58 98 100 Mendes Marcy 58 Mmnella Marlo 57 'Nllller Irma 58 Mlllett Phlllrp 58 Morm Carolyn 58 104 Morm Roger 58 75 Nastarl John 58 97 99 104 Notarglacomo Mary 58 0 Brlen Robert 58 99 0R1elly James 58 93 104 Onsley Dorothy 5 58 Palumbo John 58 75 Palumbo Mane S8 Pannone Joyce Paola Frank 58 70 99 Papp MHIIOH 58 Paquette Arthur 58 Parenteau Joseph 58 Parrott Robert Payette Barbara 58 88 Peach Patrtcla 58 98 100 Penta Corneha 58 Penta Myrna 58 100 Perrlno Mane 55 58 Petrocelll George 58 70 99 Plgnatellx Barbara 59 Prsam Sue Ann 59 Plstacchlo Rlchard 59 95 Po1r1er Edmund 95 Polseno Gloria 59 106 Prete Marilyn 59 Provost Barbara 59 Prout Harlean Raffonellt Jean 59 Raplsarda Llnda 59 Rtoles Robert 59 Rossi James 59 Ryone Davld 59 Salxsbury Nlarguerlte 59 93 Sarazen Kenneth 59 93 95 96 Scott Carolme 59 98 100 Sechlo Florte 57 59 93 95 Seemueller Richard 59 70 Sharkey Roy 59 Smlth Damel 59 Smith Gertude 59 Spauldtng Arthur St Germam Rxchard 59 160 St Germaln Ruth 59 Stablle Davtd 59 70 75 99 Stewart Arlme 59 Stubbs Manlyn 59 89 Sutcllffe Gordon 86 Sylvta Edward 59 99 Thornton Joyce 59 Tramontl Rlchard 59 Tucclarone John 59 Tufano Sandra Turner Nancy 59 Vessella Loulse 56 59 Walker Russell 59 Watts Barbara 59 Wilder Janet 59 89 Wmstanley MarJor1e 98 ZaCC3gIllI'll Phllllp 59 FRESHMEN Actls Joseph 60 93 Anderson Frank 60 Andreozzl Robert 60 Baglmr Robert 60 Baldrssare Dolores 60 Balme Robert 60 Barratt Arlene 60 Barth Joyce 60 Bazzle Patrlcla 60 Berube Jamce BISCSI Beverly 60 98 100 Borrelh Norma 60 Bosden Mary 60 Bowden Mary 60 100 Bowers Sylvester 60 89 Brett Clalre 60 Brothers Lmda 60 Burdett Davld 60 98 99 Calltrr Lucy 60 Calltrt Emlly 5 60 Caloura John 60 99 Carancr vlfgllllh 60 Cardarelll Jack 60 Carlton Leah 60 Carr Donald 60 Carrvolo Mrke 60 99 Cash Thomas 60 79 Cashman Richard 60 Celona Nma 60 99 Cesana Henry 5 60 72 Cesana Robert 60 Charbonneau Em1l60 Chase Ronald 60 Coloura Marte Comxskey Joseph 60 Cote Louls 60 Cunmngham Joan 60 100 Currert Judlth 60 99 Currerl Lucla 60 DAmar1o Esther Dante Lawrence 60 99 Davxdson Robert 60 DeCenzo Samuel 60 62 DeConc1l1s Grace 60 DeF1lxppo Davld 60 DeLuca Michael 60 63 95 DelFarno Pasco 60 95 DelSesto Corrine 60 63 67 DePalma Robert 60 70 Devlm Robert 61 Dexter Bruce 61 Dexter Dorothy 61 93 04 95 99 9 95 1 1 . 1 ' I , I, . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 I I 9 ' 1 1 I 7 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 I' I 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 ' I . 1 D 1 1 1 V ' 1 1 ' 1 8 1 I ' ' 9 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I - I I , , 100, 1 1 . . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' 1 1 1 1 I' I 1 1 1 5 1 I I ' 1 J 1 1 1 I 9 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 - ' 1 V 1 , , . 1 ' 1 1 1 . 1 9 I I 1 1 1 V I 1 . 1 1 I I ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 'I ' ' 1 1 ' ' 99 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' V 1 1 1 ' I 7 1 1 1 1 1 9 I 1 1 ' I . , , , I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I' I , , 1 1 0 ', , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 7 ' 1 1 1 1 ' I ' 1 1 I 1 1 'I 1 1 1 1 ' ' . 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North Providence High School - Summo Collis Yearbook (North Providence, RI) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

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North Providence High School - Summo Collis Yearbook (North Providence, RI) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

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North Providence High School - Summo Collis Yearbook (North Providence, RI) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

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North Providence High School - Summo Collis Yearbook (North Providence, RI) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

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North Providence High School - Summo Collis Yearbook (North Providence, RI) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

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