North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA)

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Qrewowl 'lhis volume is a permanent reeord of the events of one year the senior year of thef lass of 1917, listing its members with their activities and attainments May xx ho played the pfirts narrated here May it keep alive friendships and assoem tions, and preserve in proud memory the aehievements recorded herem Uur Ldmn, Rouuu Powens this record be an inspiration to those who follow and il lasting satisfaction to those r 1 I f .8 ' s ' 1 ' ' -' , Contents FACULTY ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS SENIORS pf' ii! 9 JAMES S COLLINS, Prmczpnl Assistant Principal Assistant Principal 1 JOHN W. XVALSH. HARRY' A. BRIDE, My message to the Class of 1967 rn thls yearbook IS twofold one of con gratulatlons for accompllshment m all things that are beneficial ln prepa rltnon for the next step m the all nmportant yourney through life, the other an expressron of srncere best wlshes for further success m the reallza t1on of cherished hopes m the chosen careers of lxfe Now ns the tnme to tonsnder serrously the many prospects ahead and to build upon the sound foundatnon provnded by a proper educauonal background The entxre class IS shown hercwlth plctorxally as a umt Its many parts md actnvmes are also represented 1n lnke manner Unity of action IS shown IU many ways and illustrates clearly an Important prmcnple nn the art of lwmg May the lessons thus taught be not merely pleasant memo nes but also gundes of conduct rn the associations that lle ahead JAMFS S f0LLlNS, Prmczfml 1 , . - v . 2 . . . 1 air--,F e'f""-' IINIIIIHIlliIIlIlIIllIilliNI"" g F Aux 5 Mmlrome - "0"fn cuamea some Honfemv f ! 41f4lf'1 flllil l lfll 'llll' ' l Ilmlmmlllllllllllll HERNON NOYES z :rom DONAHUE '05 5111? mngs1hx -5 ...-4-""""- ' .,...............- i"i? 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QM' if A, V,,,., . ., Q as Literary Sta JEAN GIDDINGS RACHEL GOETCHIUS ELEANOR GOSSARD NATALIE HEAP JEAN HENDERSON JANE JORDAN MARJORIE MORIN IRFNE O NEIL RUSSI'LL SHORFX Comme: czal Stuff ROBERT POWERS Fdllor ANN C UMMINGS Asvt Editor MISS WILMA SCHIELDS IdC1lll1Ad1150f MISS LILLIAN GORMLl'Y Commerc1alAd1l5or MR I'RANK SMOYER Lzleram ldusor DOROTHY SIMPSON Co Ham: er MARGARET CAMBRIA VIRGINIA CAPILLI MARGARET DALTON PHYLLIS JORDAN JEANNF JOUBERT PHYLLIS MacGREGOR MURIEL STUDLEY MARY THORNLFY JANF WHITE Ari Slaff C o IIIIIIIIQLI MARTHA QUIMBX I dflor VIRGINIA C ARROLL XVII LIAM DI'ISS FII IC F WHITC OMB Pbotogr apbg JEAN GIDDINGS C o Fdztor EI FANOR GOSSARD Co Editor Home Room Represeutatn es MALCOLME CLAPP BARBARA DRAKE ELIZABETH FITZGERALD LORRAINE KELLEY RUTH MCCLOSKEY FRNEST PARSONS SHIRLEY ROBERTSON Adz ertzszng Staff ARTHUR GREEN Co Manager WILLIAM ROBERTS Co Aianaqer DOROTHY DesROCHES ELIZABETH FITZGERALD IOYCE FRIEDLAND ELAINE JOHNSON RUTH KING BARBARA LEAVFNS BARBARA PRAY SHIRI FY ROBERTSON C HARLI S S'I I'VLNS Bumzcvc Manaqu ROX NII MILA Booster 5 GIORIA SOLITO Iianager ' A ' ff I KATHERINE SEARLE LORRAINE KELLEY Q5 wp, WY 14 VX1' 6 1 To create and malntann throughout the commumty hugh stand ards of Chrnstnan character 'l hus reads the purpose of Trl Hn Y Al though th1s organuzatnon may not recenve a great deal of fan fare they have done the school mnumerable services For example durmg this past year they co operated wnth the student councnl m campangnmg for a cleaner cafeterna Throughout the year at thenr varnous meetxngs at the Y they we had many mterestlng speakers besides many very educatnonal hlms Along wlth the more serious slde of Trl H1 Y IS coupled nts varlous recreatnonal programs The gnrls have engaged m splash parties dances One of the most enyoyable trnps the glrls took last year was to Newbury port to VISII Mr and Mrs Hardy Mrs Hardy used to teach here at North and Mr Hardy was the Trl H1 Y advlsor Thxs year the organlzatxon welcomed a new advnsor Robert Rear don Mr Reardon ns a very capable young man and well llked by all the glrls The faculty advisor here at North IS our own Mass McCoy The offncers who did a wonderful job durmg the past year are Claxre Gallagher President Mary Murray Vxce President Marlon Myers Secretary Elnzabeth Fntzgerald Treasurer . . ,, . . . ' 1 ' 9 D I ' ' . . . , D D , ,, .Y I . . . . ' , . I . . - - . . 1 ' 9 9 f weiner roasts, lonnt meetings wnth other "Hi-Y's", and excursion trtps. ld . . ' y V . . . . 1 W . ' ' . A . . . . , - , : 2? . 5 ' 3 Q 2? Y j X 2 Q 8 4 V' 4 ,J 1 ' 'A ann The H1 Y ns m acnon agam thns year meetmg bn monthly Tues day mghts under the adrolt guldance of Bob Reardon The orgamza non conslsts of a select group of boys whose purpose m lnfe rs to set a shmmg example for others m the senior hlgh to follow Among the accomplishments of thxs year s club have been the open mg of North Qumcy s Youth Canteen where mcrdentally most of the groups meetmgs are held a dance put on co operatxvely by all the H1 Y s and Trl H1 Ys of Qumcy on New Years Eve m the Qumcy Y M C A and a yomt meet1ng wrth our own Trl Hx Y last December Three lucky members Al Clliford Bruce Lmdbom and Eddle Rad clrffe went to Lowell nn December on busmess consxstmg of the 57th annual Older Boys Conference The conference chose for nts motto let s lnve and the boys certamly took xt stralght to heart for from thelr accounts we gather that co operat1on and mterest were far from Iackmg Hn Y was organnzed nn the earher years of school hnstory to help mold better cmzens and to teach Chrnstnan lxvmg to rts members a fine Ideal for a flne orgamzatlon we re all for lf The oFf1cers thus year mclude Donald Keay Presldent Robert Bel lxveau V1ce Presndent Alvm Clxfford Secretary and Gordon Wxcklund Treasurer 9 I ' Q , g , 1 , ! x l , , Q , , ,- ' , ' 4 '. W , J- Q 2 3 1, g . 1 , - z . 5 '. tl ., 8' 1 ., 1 . . , . 9 - ' .. . . ,, . . . . . , . . , . . 9 s , . . , . . , . . , . , . . . . . ., ' ' . ' 9 9 ' . . ,, . ,, . . s Q , . - v .1 v - n - - - a s . . . . , . , . ' V 1 ' 1 ' 9 1 a 9 4 f Q W lf The Student Council is North s self governing service orgamza tion composed of twenty one represent their classmates In sometimes forgotten but do around to your homeroom to members elected the previous spring to the rush of school affairs the Council is you remember those people who came talk up and make the Community Fund Drive as big a success as ever? Remember the annual round table in which the social calendar was made the barn dance those ever present posters encouraging you to clean up the Cafeteria the primary and final elections? Well all these and others have been planned worked on and executed by the Student Council under the able direction of the faculty advisor Mr Noyes In addition stimulatlng and sometimes tempt to solve some of the school s complex problems These discus sions are led and refereed by the president Roy Niemela Other of ficers mclude Vice President Marjorie Morin Secretary Eleanor Gos sard and Treasurer Robie Nickerson :Y ""- . fl . - . . f ' , ' ' rather heated discussions are often held in 319 while the members at- W I 5 A e no f 5 I ll A 5 . it , 4 5 V pgs 1 5 The Natronal Honor Socxety rs an organization whose object IS to create an enthusiasm for scholarshlp stimulate a desrre to render serv nce promote worthy leadership and encourage the development of character m the pupxls at North Qumcy Hugh School Therefore mem bershxp has been based on character leadershlp servnce and scholar shnp Members were mducted last spring at an rmpressnve servxce rn which they recenved therr membershlp cards and pxns from Mr Collms Monthly meetmgs of the Society have been held throughout the year One of the prrvnleges accorded to members IS that of competmg wrth l 274 other schools for ten three hundred dollar scholarships offered for the Hrst time last year and agam thus year The faculty advnsor ns Mnss Katherme Horrlgan and the officers mclude Presndent Robert Powers V1cePres1dent Irene ONe1l Secretary Ann Cummmgs and Treas urer Russell Shorey HONSR , Z li. t4 W . a y 2 I i ff 'lf-ffl T T . 5 . ' F ' ff' T f s y 1 .4-'iv y , . , . . . , NATIONAL ' 'Q . . v f . i S. I ff? ,ag Ska' f Saludos Amxgos' The Club Caballero has had a busy and profitable year under the d1rect1on of Senor don Iuan Walsh The membershrp whnch numbers approxnmately thnrty fave ts com posed of Spamsh students who are mterested 1n and deslrous of learmng about our nenghbors to the south It IS the further purpose of the club to learn to speak the Spamsh tongue fluently In order to accomplrsh th1s goal the group listens to Spamsh speakmg records The social hlghllghts of the year were a hayrlde a Chrtstmas party a Spamsh Supper wnth all the trnmmmgs and the tradmonal Fxesta Brnghtly colored gowns gay decoratxons rhythmic musnc beautnful sen orltas and handsome senores all helped to create a Spamsh atmosphere Although the club has no OHICCIS there IS a commendable spmt of co operatnon among the members The Club Caballero has certainly had a busy and enjoyable year V va Espana' l I , . I . y . . . - , . - .QS ' A - - D 1 . - . , u . , . . . . ,Z . . . . . , ! 9 ff ,X . . ' . . . ' -' a 9 9 ' X ' I 9 a -f ' f , of charm and ganety. ' Z - 1 1 Q 1 ' 1 i . f- ' ,girfia ' 3 ' x One of the most lmportant servlce orgamzatnons here at school IS the Student Secrerarlal Staff Thns busy group IS composed entlrely of Semor commercial glrls who are appomted exther to assxst m the office or to act as secretaries to department heads and teachers, relxevmg them of many of the clencal detalls that are part of a teacher s lnfe Besndes bemg a marvelous and to the teachers the gurls themselves are also bene fmng, m that they gaxn valuable practnce and experxence nn takmg dncta tnon typmg, Hlmg, and acqunrlng other commerclal skulls Among other school absentees for the OHICC The students are rated by thenr co operatxon and performance rn these assngnments, and these ratmgs are of value when the gundance department recommends the gurls for posmons Although nt means grvmg up many homeroom and study pernods, the members of the staff fmd after graduatnon that thls experience gxves them conhdence and ponse m thenr first ,ob Under the capable dnrectlon of Mass Gormley, the faculty advnsor, the Student Secretarnal Staff has won a permanent place among North s sers :ce actxvntxes IUIQ we ,f 4 M D.. v . C 1 1 R . ' . S. ' . G, ' I V5 , 'R . - CL. O . . ,, - B . ,, . Q Q- - ' F9 . ' :r . . - . fb . - ' f ' US. ' ' , ' H . ,uv 4, X F' , . n . , , lf: . , . 'R , ' ' an ' - D - t 2- . - ' , ga ' . 5 i , fb O , . UQ . . . "I . -S - ' IJ' . ' N Q- . EB.. - . - ? . . Q D Ph . H . y . - 2' ' . fb . 1 ms A x sl' v 'fi' JL in "' 'wld NV U54 an fl all fwfii If some of your classmates lease class a few minutes early don t envy them They are gomg on IIHHIC duty' They must brave the asa lanche of students rushmg from the rooms on thelr way to the next class Furthermore these courageous people are expected to take a frlendly yet firm hand agalnst any vnolators of our school traffxc lavss How can one become a traffnc officer? Well first one ns recom mended by a teacher Then the name must have the approval of sev eral others ln authorlty What are the dutnes of the traffnc OH'-ICCFQ He IS expected to set a hrgh standard ln corrndor behavxor for the rest of the pupxls Under the dxrectnon of Mr Meany the new faculty adviser and Irene ONe1l Robxe Nrckerson and Robert Powers student captalns thns year s squad has kept thrs hlgh standard 'N le ' .l V' ' . V, " x, ' ,NA - l . . . . Z.-l . .. . i, . , s N3 Q ff H '? fa ff rw ff f if T N ,Hp A l e M H ' 2 ld A Q U A G --I Q Y' 6 I " . in I ttf l K ,' I xi ,A A Almost everyone likes a friendly argument and the Pro and Con Club ns just for such people Already nt has become very popular among the semors m the soc1al studies currlculum It meets every two weeks nn order to dlscuss the different current problem planned for each meetxng Also the club has many other extremely mteresnng BCIIVICICS be sndes the regular dlscusslon perxods One of these ns xts appearance on the radxo program junxor Town Meetmg of the Air Thxs year the bug day was February 8 and the toplc was Are We Accomplxshmg Our Arms ln Germany? For the flrst txme the club has yomed the Massachusetts Cnvnc League and varlous members have attended three meetmgs nn order to learn about state government The club realxzes that the students of to day are the cmzens of tomorrow and nts purpose IS to tram the mem bers for their dutxes as future cmzens of a democracy The club IS under the dnrectnon of Mass Flavm and the offxcers are President Paul Doherty Vxce Presndent Anne Mmden Secretary joy Webb Treasurer Barbara Drake Fl -r lf-fax Q55 K wwf S Ya 6 4 H f y H Q. 51" . . ' ' . fir . . . '. . 9 . if A 6 , . ,, ' . . flvx ll . . W I 1, . . . . . V V .. ' . ' . . ' l fx ' 'LAC'-if -ery 'P if 3 l , 'lb I lf ,Y A E ' H lt f' ' mf' K Mkt " fm Q I li , Lx fees' t'-1 -2' f yw 1' QC, 'QE f 7' it f . 'f Qgl' if ' ,wwf I' ' , kg?-9 g ,ZX 1 ,. c f 5 a r r S af' ' w S ,' ' ng, 'nm s. . ff v 'X oftgfsx f f ft fren flirt - s - Q , X X To the girls of North being a Senior has always meant belonging , 'Y to the Girls' Club, which, in turn, means all kinds of fun. The same yy' 'M' activities are carried on year after year, but new girls bring new ideas Y. X' and the Club grows with them. J f-ff Starting with Initiation Day in the llth grade when all the girls '- X came to school looking like something escaped from a side show, the K, Club got into full swing. A picnic in September started the year right. S -ff Service activities, such as welfare collections and party favors for vet- erans, took up the next few months. At Christmas there was the party in the Library with presents under the tree and a fire blazing. There was also the annual Christmas play, written and presented by the girls themselves. Then with the new year came new activities: a splash party, the Valentine's Day semi-formal, the Red Cross Show, and finally the Moth- ers' Tea and Fashion Show. So many things-it's hard to say which was the most fun. Was it the romantic atmosphere of the Valentine's dance or the more down-to-earth hilarity of the Red Cross Show? Or maybe it was being dressed up and acting "like a lady" at the Mothers' Tea. Or it might have been a dozen other things. Anyhow, it all spells Girls' Club and one of the big reasons why being a Senior is so wonderful. Officers for '46-'47 were: President, Sarah Martin, Vice-president, Mary Hayesg Secretary, Irene O'Neilg Treasurer, jean Kemnog and Faculty Advisor, Miss Sisson. ,N ,wr 4124 :J fl 5 4 any tg X , f asv .J fy ffwf Z f if Under Mrss Schneld s excellent guidance the Bxology Club enables eager young sclentlsts to further pursue thelr quest for sclentnfic knowl edge The entire facxlxtres of the biology laboratory are avanlable to the members permrttmg them to become proficlent rn the use of varlous nn struments and apparatus Every Wednesday the members labor far 1nto the afternoon on specral projects whrch they conduct of thexr own accord A few examples of these mclude experrments m bacterlology photomlcrography and conchology The club s members soon become accustomed to the aroma of formaldahyde and the presence of fearsome wild ammals namely guinea plgs rats mlce and frogs Durmg the year they are prxvnleged to hear varlous speakers and to make field trips to many colleges and experlmental stations Fre quently the members themselves grve lectures and demonstratlons based on thelr own hobbres and projects The club s only offrcers are Russell Shorey presxdent and Kather me Mullin secretary 0 M1 m1 m1 mr mr' Every Tuesday mornmg melodxous sounds can be heard rssumg from room 402 where North s own Glee Club ns re hearsmg under the capable and msplrlng leadership of Miss Fxtts The old proverb Pracnce makes perfect IS certarnly applrcable rn the case of our Glee Club for many hours of rehearsal are spent before the talented srngers present themselves to an audrence The beautrful musrc heard at the Thanksgrvrng Chrrstmas and Memorral Day assemblres s greatly enjoyed and apprecrated by teachers and students alrke Spe cral actrvrtres 1n whrch the Glee Club participates are the sprmg musnc festrval the Promenade and the annual Glee Club concert The Glee Club has made a fme record for ntself one that wrll be hard to beat 6 X 'Ge iv c"' M ,, ,V . s 2 A I Z V, vip: M , ? 2 3 1 1 i 3 E 1 li fgffk f V? 1 2 L gig 3 , , , s 5, 4 f , x L .fp Q A s 8 , 1 ' xy f ' 5,4 - , ' . . , . 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' s ' ll 1 1 7 ' , . elk il S 'V Here comes the blarmg band marchmg resolutely down the fleld led by struttmg drum majorettes The crowd roars a thunderous cheer and then the game starts The band which plays an mdxspensable part 10 creatmg atmosphere and arousmg school Splflf at any event IS an organization of which the school may well be proud Yet the glamour of parades and athletlc events ns only a small part of band lnfe for each appearance represents hours of practlce and marchmg drxlls Of course the band IS most evn dent durlng the football season but m realntv the real work begxns practlcmg for festlvals and concerts Wnth nts fifty competent mus1c1ans the band has had an excellent wear under the able leadershlp of Miss FIIIS lts new dxrector and hopes to go on and wm the class muslc champlonshlp as ll dld last year The arrn al of Mr Ixor Nelson as muslc director also promlses many changes for the better so that you may hope for an even bugger and better band next year if I w f ' , 1 if , l, 7 ' ' ND, , - . 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' . . . . , . .- l 5 . 9 El after the games are over, for then it commences the tedious work of 4 ,of - , lf W! . r Y . v . . y . 3 V 2 3 Q 5 Ee 2 1 Scene North Qumcy I-hgh audntornum Tlme About 8 00 on a warm May night The Audxence IS seated the house light dxm the curtam rnses the conductor lifts her magnc wand and presto' the anr ns filled wnth beau uful musxc The occas1on7 the orchestra s annual May concert at North Moreover thns performance represents long hours of practnce Every Thursday mornmg thls group of ardent musrclans gather m room 407 for an hour of diligent orchestral practnce under the capable leadershnp of Mlss Fltts Besides its May concert whnch ns the culmmatlon of the years work thus orgamzatnon also plays for varnous assemblres such as the Chrrstmas program and for graduatnon exercises nn une Thus the orchestra olfers boys and gurls a valuable chance not only to develop muslcally but also to gnve servxce to thenr school E 3 '2 i L , z Q W , , 1 2 Q . ?" ' , " , I' Z 3 Z A , . ' , - ! 7 , J- , B65 X 14 gl 1 W! Under the able guidance of Mr Forrest the would be actors learned more about the theater and in doing so had many good times Thev put on an amateur radio broadcast and also did mam radio skits to develop and tram their voices Over a period of many months various selections from umor Miss were given at the club s weekly meetings ln giving these selections Mr For rest trained the new actors in poise and stage technique Besides just learning about stage work the members also went to see two productions of the Community Players of which social meetings at which Don Keay played the piano and the rest of the members grouped around the piano for a community sing All in all for a new group it s been a very successful and enjoyable year Ollicers elected for this year were president ack Stevens sice president Ann Cummings and secretary Elinor McNe1ce f . ' . i i . V 46 1 u ' - . 4 . n 4 '- 1' . . ' . . ' ' - f 5? . . . ' if fi - -' , - 163' 'A " tg Mr. Forrest is president. Coupled with this, the club had many W ' ' ' . ' . . ff . - , . , 7 V- . l' za ' 5 y Nfl 4 Q Prom' Four letters As rf four letters could express everythmg the Prom means corsages and tuxes the famrly car and maybe the Copley Plaza or Stoney Brae afterwards Every Semor thmks of the Prom lrke this but only the Prom Commlttee knows of the work behmd nt all Favors decorauons mvrtatrons orchestra ushers-all presented problems never dreamed of untrl the Prom Commnttee encountered them Startmg months ahead of trme they worked and planned to make the Prom somethmg to remember And they dld' Bovs suddenly dlstmgurshed and gnrls unbelrevably lovely danced and laughed and talked and knew that therr Prom would never be forgotten It was the perfect climax to a perfect year and the Prom Lommrttee had made rt that way A bxg round of applause should go to Josie Carroll chanrman Eddre Radclxffe Mary Luce Arthur Morrlssey jackne Kmg Donny Keay Marlon Myers Leo Luchml Felrce Whntcomb A1Cl1fford Lor rame Kelley Gordon Wlcklund Martha Qurmby Bnll Derss Pat Casey Eddie Smrth Barbara Leavens Ted Bauer Barbara Drake and essxe 'VICCray l ZF I QA 15257 S ' r a A l . i 1, it 4 ta fri? 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If - . , Z, - - IW 1' . . . . . -- ll , 1 9 1 a . , f , : 9 1 3 7 ! 9 I 9 9 9 9 1 ' l X 1 9 9 a 1 , l a 9 1 s J '-" A u L Z' Thus year the lnbrary and socxal studxes staffs lomed forces under the capable dlrectnon of Mass Sherman and Mxss Pratt Bemg one of the most valuable servlce orgamzatlons at North the Lxbrary Staff assists nn varnous dunes pertinent to runmng the school lnbrary and socnal studies room These mclude checking books ln and out arranging them on shelves hunting down lost UD llbrary sllps and guarding the social studnes room However the Library Staff doesn t represent all work and no play It too enjoys varnous socxal events throughout the year Of course the annual Mothers Tea ns the most xmportant event requxrmg a bustle of plannmg and preparatnon before the momentous day Also on the program thus year are a play to be performed by several gnrls on the DIC HI MISS Pratts SUfI1Il'lCl' IIOIYIC ln une Z ' JL Q . . . . . x ' - , , y . . . , . - a I . I .y . . , 4 A l . 9 i - 9 U l , V , I' Y Y V ' . I Y staff, an evening at the Pop's Concert in Spring, and an afternoon pic- . K 3 ,t I - -Q 55, ' . ' af if Q ' 5 K ' ' i i A ' , 5 . A . g .IT . ,V l Thxs year for the first txme pornts for servnce are to be gnen to vsard earmng awards These wrll be presented to the gxrls wrth over nmety per cent of the posslble pomts There wrll also be a hlgher and more coweted award for those who help most to make the Lrbrary Stal? vear a successful one All m all the Library Staff offers gxrls from grades ten through twelse a splendnd opportumry to be of servnce to the school and to gam x aluable experience The olfncers of the staff thns year are the followmg Presndent lean Grddmgs Vice Presxdent Rachel Goetchnus Secretary Lucrlle WW Z Wa swf., if-1" n, N ,N ,V , . Y . . . . . X l I 7 - . , . Y . Z V Y t. . u . . FZ-1-.. Ceyerg Treasurer-Joyce Lindholm. Q J Y,-4 if Q 4 ' ' fr, ' , 2 Q 'J U , 'K 'Y :TX HF? QI setup, mul fr! ff gi? Sf XX 159 5 W ,,'- Zz!! f 7 -1141:-""' At last North has proved ntself capable of publxshmg an mterest mg tlmely newspaper contammg current news of llfe here at school Although The North Shu was started last year nt didn t really become assured of success untxl thxs fall Few of us realxze when we dash back to our homerooms every other Thursday to get a copy that a great deal of work goes mto those four pages whnch contam among many other mterestmg arucles such popular features as the gosslp column the club news and the Sport Secuon By the Thursday before the day of xssue those two energetnc ed1tors Irene O Nell and Paul Doherty have already glven the1r approval to the artxcles and Mnss Mensner the edntorxal advxsor after checkmg their work has handed nt over to the typnsts under the dnrectxon of Miss Tol chmsky Whlle thus busy staff IS domg nts work the ed1tors are blockmg off a dummy paper Then on Frlday the paper goes to press and the whole North Star breathes a sngh of relief Very speclal mentlon should be made of the Clrculatlon Staff under Constance Twyman whose job nt IS to dlstrlbute the papers and the Ad vertlsmg Stal? under jean Kemno who must solncnt ads to pay for the paper If every class could have a hard work1ng group such as the one connected wlth The North Star thls year then the paper should con tmue xndehnltely 10 IIS success 'A 1, : ' X . nv" 44 5 .tw X My , r 1 , s ' . 1: r 5:53 x f ' , 1 jg 5 ,rf , - I p 1 .S -R K A , l , .V ' 1 i- ,EFT AY: fp 1111 7139 , . , . . fig X 'Q - , -. . , - . . . ,' l - . i .- 5 ' ' T , X if up lhls year marks the rifle club s first actne season since 19-12 when more than half of whom are in the ninth grade are participating in this x arsity sport shooting mo afternoons a week from October to April under the direction of Mr Beede Matches with teams from other schools have been scheduled the first of which resulted in North s vic tory oxer Braintree The club is affiliated with the National Rifle Asso CIHIIOII and the members qualify for various awards as well as for medals given by the Director of Civilian Marksmanship of the War Dep'1rtment In addition the teams are entered in the annual Hearst 'l ournament The officers elected for the year are President Floyd Gar rett Vice President Fred C hase Secretary Treasurer Lawrence Malbach S91 f ka! FZZR Q-.J shooting was curtailed because of shortages of ammunition. Fifty boys, V . . , . . . . , Qkii Q h ' 1 4 i V' 1 HX -Lf M Em KZ 7 ff Q! 3 Z Mm Supervlsed by Mr Forest the Motron Ptctures Operators Club ts composed of about thtrty fave tndustrtous young men who have an opportuntty to gain some valuable tratntng and at the same ttme to give servtce to the school Well known and readtly welcomed by stu dents fwho much prefer watchmg a movne even an mtellectual one to taking testsl the members of the organtzatton gtve up study pertods to service of this ktnd Moreover the operators are a valuable asset to assembly programs taktng charge of the publnc address system and showmg vartous films throughout the year For the first time m many years they have been able to operate motion ptctures from the audxtorlum booth due to the mgenutty and sktll of thetr prestdent Albert Readdy However thts ts not the full extent of thetr work for they also keep the machmes tn repatr supply new and better methods of operatmg the projectors and nnstruct younger members tn motlon pncture operatton The offlcers thts year are the followmg Prestdent Albert Read dy Vtce President Dlck Stratton Secretary Phillip ames Main fl ' I 1 - . 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Q S After an absence of several years the Saxlmg Club IS agaln back at Worth Under the dlrectxon of Mr LeCa1n this club IS open to all who have a genume mterest ln sanlxng Every Tuesday mormng the sennor and junxor group gathers 1n room 214 for an mformal dxscussnon wlth Mr LeCa1n on the fundamentals of Salllflg Since he IS a veteran of many years of raclng experxence and has a great deal of knowledge on thns subyect he IS certamly well qualxhed to lead thus club He has taught the group many necessary and mterestmg thmgs about sanllng ln gen eral and racmg rn partlcular As racing ns a summer sport the group rs lookmg forward to the not all the members have boats Mr LeCam IS trying hls best to obtam some small sanlboats Good luck to the group 1n any races they may have and contmued success to thus new club 'KW' W kggyz Xf- fa? wk caan ff I L . . . . f . VI! 7 I , l . . ff . . . ' . . . . ff . w Q a . u u ff I Q 1 . . . . . . 1,351 f I A 'V . . . ' I, X ,A , A, 1 X J f , ' ----QT' . . . . ff , J tgrr , , Y J V rg. end of wlnter and IS starung to make plans already for races. Because K ,ZA-N531 , . . . . . . xi ii fi. f Z .x U fi ' . I .,, ,1' X mil-ri --A 'f ' 1 4 i , V A Y 4 Af ' . J no 7 -of e t- ,gif of l y af if 7 l Jf?j,,'f.' r A A A A .V V This year the unior Class was fortunate to haye four fine officers who worked hard to make the junior year a memorable vear for all Early in December they planned and sponsored an mformal dance ap propriately termed the Snow Frolic The bare gym was transformed into an attractive dance hall with paper snowmen and red and white decorations It was a huge success and a credit to the underclassmen In the spring the annual semi formal was held and enjoyed by all who attended tmued The uniors received their attractive rings in March and had the pleasure of wearing them through the spring The capable officers were President Roger Fisher Vice President Priscilla Olsson Secretary Dorothy Flint Treasurer Thomas Fmneran ti 6 iw. , r qff il' . i H . D Ny j ' Gi, I N Also, the tradition started last year of buying class rings was con- Lj . 1 J .... . . But . -. . 3 . 1 . . - . . Q V- ust about the fondest memories of a student s career are connected xuth hrs semor year the final step before bravnng the elements of the outer world Thls year s semor class has seemed to us the best yet hut of course we re just preyudlced' The first blg affair of the season was a sport dance on October 3 ably entrtled The Prgskrn Hop to whrch students from Dedham Hugh School were cordlallv mvlted Decoratlons were highly athletlc mega phones footballs batons goal posts streamers everythmg to set the mood of mformalrty Patterned after thus was the basketball dance held m March a slmllar success In between class meetings the Prom Com mnttee was breathlessly chosen and the fateful date proclaimed to be Aprnl 25 The class play was another undertaking revived thns year fsuccessfully so we hope' 7 and put on by a dozen or more hard work mg seniors For frosty weather the audxtorlum remalned open during lunch perlods with occasional entertamment All too soon came june and graduatlon We of the Semor Class are mdebted fO Edward Rad clnffe president Mary Luce v1ce president Arthur Morrissey treas urer and jacquellne Klng secretary for makmg our last xear at North an unforgemble page 1n our book of memorles :Lb S E V 5 ' 7. 1 . . . 1 , . - . fe- ' . , l ' - ' , ks.: -pixv. , , , . . . l E - 2.6 , . . 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' fl ex .s 5 lf you had chanced to pass the gym on certaun afternoons durung the fall and vsunter you would have seen a group of gurls enyoyung an afternoon of fun and sportsmanshup Those athletuc ally uncluned here at North formed teams among themselves Thus year most of the undoor trme was spent playung basketball by mutual consent of all concerned In the Sprung the unterest shufted from basketball to softball Here agaun dufferent teams were formed and shouts of Batter up and Let s play ball rang out over the front lawn Also early un the sprung pung pong and badmunton contests were arranged and yy ere supported by many of the gurls One of the most outstandung events was the gym demonstra tuon on Parents Nught It consusted of folk dancung by the Jumor Hugh ball room dancung uncludung the fox trot Conga and waltz and gy mnastucs and marchung by the Senuor Hugh Gurls sports us under the capable durectuon of Muss McCoy xx ho has guven many saluable suggestuons to the gurls They thor oughly enyoy the relaxatuon and fun among themselyes and the pleasure deruved from good clean competutuon Y . 9 ' . , . , , 7 3 9 9 I . 7 v V V I , V ' Y I r at ' ' .5 , - 3 . y .. ,K 6 4 ' f ,, , , - ' - 'iff , - T - A 4 . 5' 'I 3, ' flaky. ,ifjgny . yiff 'Mug T Football F TBALL SCORES Watertown North Qumcy B C High Dedham Weymouth Hmgham Norwood Milton Rmdge Tech Qumcy Our football prospects for 1946 d1d 0 d not appear too brnght as the season pene The only veterans who returned were Leo Luchlnl Lloyd Carroll and Bruce Llndbom After only nme days practice we played Bramtree nn an exhxbx tton game at the South Shore Jamboree held at the umcy Stadlum We won by a score of 14 to 0 Next on the schedule was Watertown a new opponent whom we defeated 13 to 17 We trnumphed agaxn when Boston College Hngh was defeated 33 to 6 After that came Dedham a persnstent North jmx but nt also was turned back 13 to 12 Then came a v1s1t to Weymouth where we suffered our first defeat losmg by a score of 27 to 6 Hmgham was the next one to be completely outplayed by a score of 14 to 0 Next came Norwood one of our great rxvals Twnce durmg the game we came from behmd to tue the score and then went on to score another touch down thus wmnmg by a score of 20 to 14 33 to 6 was the score of the fol lowmg Saturdays game nn whxch Mnlton was completely crushed After that Rmdge Tech also lost to us I3 to 2 That left only Qumcy After leadm 6 on a 95 yard touch down run by Ro Sh g to 0 y aughnessy we went down to supernor man power and were beaten 31 to 6 I rf 77 tl.,Vtr,rttt,r 12 ' 7 77 ,,tt, 13 . .. ' .,aaatta 77 ttt. 7 6 " 7 t.tt,t 7 ttttt 33 7 ,ttt 77 ,ttt ttttt,ttttt,,tt 1 2 " 77 77 13 ' vtaVtt,,,a Va..taVVtta 7 77 0 ,tt,t,t,t .,,t, 14 77 ,tt.t,t,tt,ttt,t 7 ,t,t 14 ..t,t,t,,,tttttr, ,tlr,, 7 20 ' 7 ttttt 7, ttttt 6 tttttttt 7 7 77 33 ' 77 7777 2 7 13 ' 77777 77 7.77 7 77 51 77 77 6 The regular team was made up of Lloyd Carroll and Lou DiBona and Harry Collins at ends. Ed Smith, Bill O'Connell and Bill Bell at the guards, Bob Doherty at center and Captain Leo Luchini, Bruce Lindbom, Roy Shaughnessy, Bob Rich- ards, and Art Barrett in the backfield. Kenny Donovan was this year's senior manager. The team was led by Captain Leo Luchini one of the finest backs ever to repre- sent North. He was selected as a member for the All-South Shore team, he also received honors from the Boston Post as well as honorable mention in every other paper for his spectacular sportsmanship. At the banquet given by the North Quincy Alumni Football team on january 15, the lettermen received their sweaters and gold footballs. For the first time the Alumni team also awarded two beautiful trophies: one to the most outstanding back, Leo Luchinig and the other to joe Concannon the most outstanding line-man. This season's record lists seven wins and two losses, thus giving us, the class of '47, an enviable record of 21 wins, 5 losses, and 1 tie, which includes two victories over Quincy for our three years at North. This is the first year at North in the history of football that a team has scored at least one touch-down in every game. By scor- ing 151 points to our opponents' 110, we broke the school record for the second year in succession, as well as being runners up for the Class C championship for the second consecutive year. X 350, N 1 A lv ,f X 3 6 ,fl X 17 ff ff 'K r I 1 ia! J L X. 1, Z w X X if X .11 fy X ,ffl 4 A W V 4 Q46 1 Jn s 1 'T' .- 'ur- -- f IQ I 'D' lui Basketball BASKETBALL SCORES Brooklme North Quincy Medford NVQ mouth Bramtree umc Stetson Medford Brookline XX ey mouth Stetson Branntree -1 Brockton umcx Thay er Academy Brockton Es erett Although lNorth s first game of the 4 lnskubnll suson xx as Lomplrltnelw unpublxuud ns ste ldlly grovnng Inst of XILIOYILS soon 1ttru.tLd lttentlon IS well is L xpnutx crowds 'I he tv. lm st xrted the sc xson rlght by xx mmng from Brookllm to l md folloxung nt up xuth 1 Q7 to 39 sutory our Medford one of the bet ter tr. xms on the North Shore. Sutuss follow Ld suucss IS North rompcd through the next four glmes auth XY ey mouth Brfuntree Qumq md Stetson xuth 1 nom fortablc margm At the next mx ix glme the Ruders agun trlumphed oxer Med ford ll points to the good thls ume Next suth the season nn full swing 'Worth the talk of the South Shore Stetson again succumbcd Bramtree 1 rnal from wax hack also went under for the setond IIITIL to the tune of 19 to 30 The ' 17 ' ' 44 39 " 45 ' 18 " 46 ' 26 ' 40 Q ' y 23 ' 47 17 46 25 56 ' ' 20 ' 54 1 28 " 53 16 ' 44 ' 30 ' f9 ' 31 59 Q ' 1' 28 36 ' ' 28 ' 52 30 " 29 ' 26 ' 24 -44 7.2 " f' " z 3' , ' '- A , ' A - real test came late in the season at a home game when North was called upon to sustain its victory streak by turning back a powerful Brockton five led by high- scorer Bob O'Neil. Coming from behind in the latter half, the Raiders forged ahead to nose out the opposing team, 59 to 51. Although Quincy was now anxious for revenge, the boys from the northern part of the city succeeded in overcoming her without too much difficulty in the same way as they defeated Thayer a week later. However, with North's record at H straight and the season practically at a close. Brockton, in a repeat performance. managed to hand the Raiders their first defeat by a slim one point. A combination of Boston Garden and Everett's zone defense halted the team for the second and last time, two points being the deciding factor, An outstanding seasonal record had won the coveted invitation to the Tour- ney. raising hopes to a new high. Waltham was the opponent and enthusiasm was at a peak. The game was a close one, closer than had been expected, and North was edged out 55 to 50. It was the opinion of many, however, that North's bril- liant season compensated in part for this rather disappointing climax. lt is generally agreed that Captain "Cid" Ledrone is one of North's really out- standing players. His absolute coolness on any floor, his unerring accuracy, and his smoothness as a ball-handler and play-maker, are just a few reasons for his being indispensable to the team. Buddy Barrett and Ed Mdlauley, the forwards, played a definitely superior brand of basketball racking up double figure scores on many occasions. Buddy was known for his work on the backboards while McCauley con- tinually amazed the spectators with hook shots, a specialty of his. Another impor- tant factor in North's success was lanky Harry Collins, whose steady defensive play staved ol? many a threat. Richie Sullivan, a junior. contributed much to the Raid- ers' elfectiveness, "Sully and Cid" furnishing a hard-to-beat combination. Among the subs who saw considerable action were Tommy Finneran, Georgie Johnson. Ed XVhite, and George Doherty. I.et's not forget the junior varsity. Although the record of six wins and ten losses was only mediocre, several of the games were lost by slim margins. Frank Hines, Al Strucker, jack Gilbody at the forwards, Bob Brigham at center, and Lou DiBona, "Soapy" Morton. and Bob W'elsh at the guards made up the first team. I' X Du I ,',..,.:-S-f .3- v I'-' ' 1' . NN pi 'l' R 'I U L iff '? F f L- - , -5 5-f.aaE' f C552 'Q 9 lb X ' ' Z , N , gg Jw' M. . SW A 14? , 1 1, 'ffm , .h..W.m1.,w I M M- 1 z- 1' ,, 5 .P .,.,.ff fh,,.,. rf fy- , fywfy f 1 , n f , , 35' UR7' 3' Nc 1 g if A I 1 ww ,M glial' :gf ..- Golf Fore' Here comes Norths golf team wm nmg as usual No thns 1sn t just xdle boastmg for we have a tradltlon here at North for wmmng championships nn golf Last year the team won the champxonshlp of the Norfolk County League and with nt came the permanent possessxon of the cup which was won for the thlrd tlme by North Chances of repeating the victory this year look good as we have four veterans returmng Don Meehan Bob Rnchards jam McNe1ce and Ford Pitts These boys plus others should make an ex cellent golf team Matches have been scheduled wlth Norwood Walpole Needham Qumcy and Brockton I Z 'mule Xl . , , . ' l , , . . . . . ' 13 , '- . . . - Q. 9 ' u . . . x- X- P . Tu , . 7 . 9 . I 3 L - , mu - 1 1 ' N . I 1 9 . 1 A I 1 , I5 LX Q1 Baseball The last day of March wxll be the first day of baseball at North because on that day the can dldates for battery posmons will report 1n the gym and start throwmg the ball back and forth On thls years team there w1ll be only one veteran returning from last years squad Leo Luchlnl who played regularly ln center field last year The nucleus for thls year s team wxll be the followmg members of last years squad B1lly Ericson Lou D1 Bona Eddie McCauley Pltchers Bully Mullnn-Catcher Bob Brigham Bob Doherty Roger Fisher George johnson Tommy Ray Duval-Outfielder The schedule wlll mclude home and away games w1th Mnlton Weymouth Bramtree Brock ton Quincy and Hlngham Such dependables from last years squad as Dave Burke Eddie Sweeney Bill Walsh Bob Murphy Jed Donovan Phil Hammond Hank Fxsher jack Wade and Charlxe Cahill will be sorely mnssed Thls will be a year of bunldmg because al most all of the boys on this year s squad will re turn agam next year FQ f Q ' , ' . , 3 ' - , 3 xg 'X Finneran, Bob Danforfth, Ed Kelley-Ihiieldersg lqiqli . '. K ff I ' ,. , ' ' ' y 9 3 , I ,fy ' D . ' . ' Track Look at hrm run' Why hes another G1l Dodds' Such enthusrastlc prarses wrll be heard from the loyal rooters about Norths own track team when nt starts rollnng thrs year Thus year s sched ule wrll be slmrlar to that of last year Many veterans are expected to come back Among them are seniors Lloyd Carroll Gordon ney Ruppert Others are Arthur Porter joseph Dammskl Norman Rlckard and john Stevens Some of the lumors who we hope will turn out for the track events are Paul Frsher George Bell and Roger Chambers In addrtron to these pros pects many sophomores have shown a keen mter est nn track thus year Wrth such promrsrng maternal avarlable Norths wxll to wm and Mr Phrlllps capable drrectron Norths hopes of wrnnmg the South Shore and State meets are hugh 5'-s IQ..-Jil xowrf fa-ffl Nfx 1 L . . . , . E-:Q , . . . . , 5 rf . . . ' ' p Lil ,t Wicklund, john Clark, Ray Bernardi, and Rod- . , 1 I 9 Q ! , . ' Z up lv ' ' . f f.QF7 214- "-S-J 7 QD Tenms Since the fall and wmter sports have come and gone the sprmg sports are startlng up now Among these IS tennis one of the fastest games to watch North s tenms team IS under the able dlrectnon of Mr Roy Smclalr The chances of the Red and Black netmen aren t too brxght Of last years outfit there are only two veterans to make up the backbone of and an entrre new un1t must be bunlt around them Consequently a great deal of competmon IS expected Some of the matches wnll be played wnth Qumcy Hmgham Braintree Thayer and posslbly wlth Weymouth and Milton These should prove to be very excltmg games Other North Ralders on the team of 1946 7 are Warren Andrews Norman Tolman Thomas Glover Donald Ten Eych and john Caspole who wnll probably spend all thexr free txme practncmg as soon as warm weather arrnves 4?4 . . Fig 1 Q f f , - , ,K U, 7 the team-Charles Stevens and William Roberts sg W t 'W . "ji-,: 1 Cheerleaders One two three four five slx sss boom' On thls famlllar note we mtroduce the exuberant elght who are as much a part of our athletic ac tlvmes as the players themselves Wnth seem mgly never endlng vlgor they lead the crowds through one perfectly co ordlnated cheer after another never losmg that much talked of North Splfll From the first football match to the last game of the basketball season a cheerleader s career IS m full swmg Her many hours of practlce can only be recorded ln the ahs and ohs of admlrlng fans and proud Northltes whose hoarse voxces evndence their appreclauon Several new cheers were mtroduced thxs year such as the one lnvolv mg cartwheels A rally just before the Thanksgnvmg game constxtutes a major event of the season With th1s new attxre ln preparatlon for basketball Fans who wltnessed the Medford or the Waltham game of the Tourney saw her at the half pe formmg athletnc stunts for thenr benefit Al though thns actually sxgmfies the formal end of her partncnpatnon nn school events a flame colored booster tag or a well worn stub IS all that ns needed to brmg our vibrant cheerleaders nmme dlately to mmd Thus years squad under the direction of Coach Harold Forest was ably headed by Pat Casey wnth Marlon Myers Clalre Gallagher lackxe Kmg jane Whnte Shnrley Murnane jean Desmond and Betty Geary m the lme up A hearty short cheer for our lassnes may next year s group be as fine - . . , , . Y fateful contest decided, the cheerleader dons her 1 1 r' , . . , , . . 4 , A 9 9 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' - ' 1 El' or -,-v . , v , ' f y N4 r-,aw 3 'E' 15 'XX PRUDENCE ABBOTT 50 Willet Street "Prue" . . . as popular as she is at- tractive- . . .. clothes conscious . . . that hair-do is a knockout. Social Studies Staff 2: Chorus l. 2. 5: Girls' Club 5. KATHLEEN AHERN 96 Russell Street Kay music lover con scien ti ous indispensable to Library Staff Biology Club 7 Social Studies Staff cl b Ltb ry Stall' l 71 Gr U MARION JUNE AITKEN 700 Farrington Street Immaculately groomed likes to look into crystal ball especially where Danny is concerned Girls Club 4 Rattontng Board l Chorus l 7 5 Pro and Con Club 3 IEAN ANDERSON ll0 Hamilton Avenue dancer vuth a Hrrtatious smile Hollywood minded Chorus l 7 3 Girls Club 'B Adxtr using Staff North Star 5 Ratronlng Board 1 ROBERT I: ANDERSON S West Flm Avenue Andx all up in the air about .niation finds Quinn a trifle too scrtne big hearted sports fan Caftteria Worker 7 North Star 4 ARTHUR ARMSTRONG 252 West Squantum Street "Art" , . . a boy with ambition . . . aiming for higher learning at college . . . rabid hockey fan. Football 1. Z. 5: Hockey 39 Cafeteria Squad 29 North Star 3. JOYCE M BAKER 55 Hovey Street Appreciates classics also Gene Krupa humor lies beneath a quiet surface Chorus I Social Studies Stall' 2 Sailing Club 2 Cafeteria Squad 2 Girls Club 5 Pro and Con Club 3 ARTHUR P BARRETT 7 Albany Street Bud athletics plus popu lar boy rn Chemistry especially from the corridor Footballl 2 5 Basketballl 2 3 Prom Usher 7 Hr Y 3 EDWARD F BAUER 71 Hamilton Avenue Ra ta ta ta Fight' loads lungs Pharmacy Band 1 7 3 Motion Picture O ra s Club I 3 H Y 'a rom Committee 'a MYRNA BECK ' 5 Nun field Street Main ambition in life to own a tar quiet and reserved rn manner Glen Club " 4 Girls Club 3 ls. 2: ' ra -i , 2. ,: 'rls' - H L .i ., .. . "Ted"... - - --' . Andy j.' ' 3 'Sa' South Afnencan o' laughs . . . Highlight of the Bil- S. ----,1 " L" tor ."'1'2.,g i. 2..:i?e' - Y 'V - Ava - a l l 1 ROBERT J BELLIVEAL 65 French Street Pee Wee sports minded especially where sailing is concerned continual fuzz cut fun is where he makes it Sailing Club 7 3 Hi Y 5 RAY BERNARDI 8 Appleton Street Ray uppermost desire. a full ic loves Fishing but not into other pcople s affairs Rifle Club 7 3 Football2 3 Track Team 7 Motion Picture Operators Club l Hi Y 5 Class Play 3 ROBERT BERRY 503 Hancock Street Rass what' no football even with an atmosphere like 525' you know what they say about small packages JEANETTE BISHOP 151 Sagamore Street Fun-loving . . . quiet but wonder- ful when you get to know er . , . small dark and cute. Girls' Club 3' Library Stal? 3' Chorus EVELYN RUTH BLACK ll Ditmar Street "Blackie" . . . passion for knitting. especially cable stitch sweaters . . . keeps the mailman busy with those letters to a certain soldier. Library Staff l. 3: Cafeteria Work 2: Girls' Club 5: Student Secretary 3: National Honor Society 3. MARCIA BLANDING 30 Acton Street Marsh plays the organ says shes a man hater but Glee Club 1 Social Studies 1 Girls Club 3 Girls Sports 1 Student Sec retary 3 Cafeteria Squad 7 Sailing Club 7 5 Pro Bt Con Club 5 CHARLES BOHANNON H9 Billings Road easy to please abso lutely gripelcss haste newtr makcs waste in Chnrlies life Football l Baseball 3 MARGARET CAMBRIA H Holmes Street Peggie a sweet voice to go with a sweet girl a colorful little brunette Girls Club 3 Manet Staff 3 Secre tarial Staff 3 Chorus Z 5 JOSEPH CAMPBELL 59 Hodges Avenue Known to his friends as "Joe" . , . has quiet poise . . . king of the ten pins. Baseball Z, 5. VIRGINIA L. CAPILLI 452 Hancock Street "Ginny" . . . dotes on movies and frappes . . . honor roll hitter . . . consistently pleasant. Girls' Basketball 2: Girls' Club 32 Chorus 1, 2. 3: Manet Stan' 5: Stu- dent Secretarial Staff 5: Honor Roll lg Gym Demonstration 2. LEORA CARNRICK 4' Hamilton Street . . . been to Tennessee late- ly! . . . favorite pastimes are read- ing and skating. Girls' Club 5: Library Staff 5: Chorus l. 2. fl. LLOYD V CARROLL l Dunhfirton Road Josie he eats his Wfheaties a xaluable man o both the track and football teams F otball l 7 5 Track 7 Hi 5 Chorusi Rotary Club 5 Prom Committee 'i Klass Play H VIRGINIA A CARROLL 3 Wfillovi Street Ginny drawings her pet pas time always ready for a laugh on stage everybody Spanish Club 7 5 Library Staff 5 Manet Staff 4 Girls Club 4 Honor R ll I Gym Demonstrfttion Class Pl it 4 PATRICIA C ASEY Q Alhton Ro id at neyer laekinp., 1 date uhieh is e :sy to explain :pple muneher pet ayerston vs tshtnt., dishes i Hi X G eeutiye Board! Girls Sports l Vtte President 7 Manet Staff 4 fhorus l Cafeteril Squad Cn Demonstration l 5 Auelttoru Committee S Prom Committee 4 NORMA L CASSII ll! Billings Roid lriend for roller sleatinf.. un loxer pe peeye late dates 1 rs Klub 4 North Stir 'Xdxer ing. Stiff BARBARA CATALDO IH Bloomneld Street "Barb" . . . extremely amiable . . . well. if we must live away' out yon- dere Girls' Club 51 Rationing Board l: Girls' Sports Z: Gym Demonstration 2: Pro 8: Con Club 5. BARBARA C HRISOM 4 N Fas ctte Street Better ltnovun as Chris b ue eyes to go with a peppy personilit lifes ambition to have a mud Girls Club IFxu.utiye Board? 4 Setretartal Stal? 4 MALCOLME A CLAPP llfi Wfest Elm Axenue Na tonttnually clovsning and news fan especially homeroom when Malcw laughs all laugh tyotds girls in slaeks oothall l Miner Sul? 4 G H JOHN 1 CLARK 18 Belmont Street tele prefers football or tm thing., else to sehool s he si one of North s tritle bms tele l ot ALVIN! 1 Lll'l ORD all l-lmuood Ayenue east going., .1 friend well vtorth hating s inside heard im good poems latelx junior Class Tre isurer ' Prom Kommtttee 4 Klxss Pla n . .. - lr. o . .., ,L -. 3: '-Y y T- V ' i ' . L I' ' 'V V , 1 ,, 1' I.. . . l 1 . V ' . Y 0 .zzi 2: F .11 .-.. ,. 'olf 3, Ly- ,, 11 ia' 5. "PA " : ' . .vt 1 r X f .- Cheer Lending 1. 2. litem-im. NJ, K U , , y Tr'- Y- ' l. 2. 4: irls' Club 5 llfx- .' ' ' ' k V ' - V- I .. .. ll ",' l o f .ys... 5: -' ' ..: . - . ' ,: ' ' 2 ' ' Q - 3 ' - - 'Q I ' 13 X-'ni Tri ' Z: ' Jtbull i. l ' ' . 1. Q.: I ' fini , . . . 1 I 'I I . . 1 ' Q ' ' - -i ---A 1- i-. " 1, ' tw 1 3 . .' . i . itis- E 'Q 5 -1 Hi-Q' 4: 'QA 4, . .1 yi. l DAVID ALAN COBB 17 Lnesey Road Dare ooh D3Wld yOu blk tease two pet pastxmes play mg trombone and sallnng Tou lours le francats nd 1 7 b Traffrc Squad 7 5 Rlfle Club 1 Boys State 7 Rotary Club 4 HAROLD COLLINS 7l lummtngs Avenue Harry extraordmary sense. of humor high altttude makes htm a natural for basketball more s orts than female mmdecl P Footballl 7 3 Basltetballl 7 H1 Y 5 Chorus 3 PAUL H COLLINS H0 Fssex Street Bud not known hy all but lnlted by 'tll who know htm lthletxrrtlly mmdul JOSEPH CONCANNON 748 Billings Street oe vuth Concannon play :ng guard clalms hes gurl n tonscnous Hello joe what da Football 7 S HARRY CONOVER 49 Edyun Streeta Nlost xalued possesston hrs trumpet that txplatns has parttalm to Harry ,hmcs Band l 1, f Exit. MARION A COTTER 07 Billings Street Pos sses a qunet sense of dlgmty uppermost ambmon to play tue puano Gtrls Club 5 Red Cross Nurses Amd Spanrsh Club 7 Chorus 'Q Pro A Con Club 4 BARBARA M COWIE 971 Elllot Avenue Barb Rambovs I5 the lnght of her life she also wishes to bt a good vufe Cafeterla Squad 7 Girls Club 4 Secretanal Staff 5 Grrls Spo 4 Olftce Messenger l 7 Ratlonnng Board I Chorus 5 Honor Roll l Gym Demonstratton 7 FRED CULLEN 85 West Squantum Street lullcr that contmual crux cut extremely amnable lnfes xmhrtuon to talv, nt easy ANN CUMMIN GS 44 Sherman Street Buzz radiates personalm oh what a smlle perfett thtrd for Fellce and jane plores vsearmg shoes loxcs ap pes 'National Honor Society 7 4 Lxbrary Staff l Glrls State 7 Glrls Cuh 4Execut1ye Board! 4 Student Coun cal 7 Manet Staff 3 Honor Roll l 7 Class Play 3 Pro 8. Con Club w WINIFRED S CUNLIFFE 107 Botolph Street Winnie friendly wants a busmess career maybe sho. goes to the moylts to escape dorng homework Glrls Club S Chorus l North Snr V. CUNNINGHAM lOl Belmont Street "Ginny" . . .A brown eyes and a peppy personality . . . whiz on the typewriter. Secretarial Staff 51 Girls' Club 3. MARGARET DALTON 59 Holmes Street Ptggw someones perfect su. rttarw thc best things come in small packages Girls Club IFxecutne Boardr 5 Manet Staff 5 North Star lAdur rising Staff! I Secretarial Staff 4 JOSEPH A DAMINSKI 'I Billings Road oe takcs life in his stridc neat dresscr spends his off hours working in a drugstore Sailing Club 7 Track 7 3 Chorus CLAIRE DARLING 759 Hobart Street Known to her friends as Baby yard .1 constant gum snappcr outside school of course Girls Club 5 ALFRED V DAY JR 40 Cummings Axcnuc 1 lcnsc fund posstsscs thc most xurxtd wardrobe in scnuor tlass Ground Patrol l Traffic Squid l Clct Club l Photogm s Club 4 Chorus l LOIS J. DAY 228 Fayette Street Has two favorites . . . music and singing . . . laughing eyes and per- sonality to match. Glee Club I. 5: Spanish Club 2. 3: Chorus Ig Girls' Club 3: Honor Roll 7 MARILYN DEANE 55 Ocean Strect Enloys dancing caring :tc trcam and not doing homework what un Girls Club lr WILLIAM DEISS 9 Fdvw in Street Bi vcll llkcd vuelds a mean pencil responsible for the gay touchcs in 47 edition of the Manet Chorus 3 Prom Commtttce 3 Manet Stall 5 ELIZABETH A DeLAPPE I0 Appleton Strcct Bctty a star gazer mmie stars that is anothcr girl who wants a fortunv. and a car Girls Club 5 FRANCES DeMONE si XY illiams Strut I'ranm hnds homcuork rathcr dull but boss mort inttrcst ing cc Club l Sailing u Girs Club 'H Chorus I 4 Pro St Con Club 4 I' . xi ' ' .4 'V D f ! ' ' ' . . . I ..-I .. h I D .A . . . - , l " 4 -' .. . V . 'V . . . -' 'lr' .llu .. ,' . l . 'A ,' R. -2 -. .1 I ' f . . . hails from Martha's Vine- " ' . . -. . . f " . . ' ' ' A - Z Z I I ' . , . ' i ' . 2: " N 4 GI-l' . 2: " Cl b 2: : EHI .2.5: 'phj 'l' O .1. ' ,2.,: ' .1 . 2. 5. .. NORMA T DeNICOLA 749 Fast Squantum Street DeNuck roller skating out of thus world lowes to sung and dance Gtrls Club 5 Audltonum Commit ue l Red Cross Show l Secretarnal SUR A Chorus l 7 BARBARA DERBY I9 Chester Street Babe llkes to rcad and go to moues wants to keep on workmg nn an olhcf. Glrls Club 5 Chorus l 7 Cnrcula non Commlttee 4 DOROTHY DesROCHES 70 Hollis Avenue Dome petlte vtvaclous well clad newer a dull mo ment tn Dottres career Glrls Club 5 1Executxve Board? Tn Ht Y 1 7 5 Student Council l 2 Socxal Studnes 7 Chorus 7 5 Graduation Usher 7 Honor Roll 1 2 Secretarxal Stal? 5 Glee Club 5 Manet Staff 5 North Star 1Advert1s mg! 3 Pro 8: Con Club 3 Natronal Honor Socnety 5 ALICE DIXON 16 Newbury Street Ont of our better arnsts ways looks nnce Girls Club 4 Chorus 4 Secre tarlal Staff 4 GEORGE DOHERTY Q5 South Bayfteld Road Out to make a mrlluon curly blond halr sports minded l-ootball l 4 Basketball Tack 7 4 'VIARGARET DOHERTY la Dax ns Street Ptggv alwass a twmkle nn those Irrsh blue eyes a smrle that brmgs results Tn H11 3 Glrls Club Chorus Secretarnal Staff PALL DOHERTY 70: Bnllmgs Street Pablo perfect for parttes what has the West got that New England hasn t Spamsh Club 7 5 Glee Club 7 5 Band 7 North Star 7 5 Assnstant Fdxtor 7 Edxtor rn Chlef 5 Prom lsher Chorus 4 Audltornum Com mnttee 3 Pro 8: Con Club 3 ROBERT F DOHERTY 17 2 Atlantic Street also a good man on second the strong silent type otball 1 7 3 Baseball l 7 Basketball 1 Graduation Lshe Chorus 5 KENNETH DONOVAN Sl Gloser Asenue lxtnm an and football fan well as an able manager pet peut nonsy gurls l-ootball Manager 1 KENNETH H DOW 7 Carle Road Pudge looking at the world through rose colored glasses making out luke mad a natu ral on skates -G . ' 1 .. A., .,. I A . " f " ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ,Q ' ' sz 2 .1 . .-- 5: ' 5. ... V, 4 4 4. Q-L V, - I -if -.,. -M: -..- . . , '. "Bobby" . . . born to the pigskin ' - ' :Q " I Fo . -. .: . -. 5: . - . . ' : ' ' r 2: 3 ' '- '- 7 , 1 V ' ' , . . al- -- r , I I h .' as ' ' 3 - 1. 1.- -. -'----- '- ' "' " A 7- ' .:. 5. 1 - l - ' Q ' ' ' ' l ' ' A I . . . IS . 2. ,C ' l. 3: ' ' ' - r' --. ,. l ' . I BARBARA A. DRAKE I0 Faxon Road "Drakie" . . . a whiz on roller skates . . . has her eyes on the Skat- ing Vanities. Manet Stall' 3: Girls' Club 51 North Star 5: Prom Committee 5: Pro A Con Club 5. l'RANIx DREYER lo Shcrm rn Strcct Punks hatcs to bc cullccl Cucldlcs rcscrxccl rn manncr cspccx rllx tcm lrcl thc OPPOSIIL soc C horus DOROTHY DROHAN I" Montclanr Axenue Dottie alvsaws vulhng ro grunt a faxor a fnend to all Bowling l Curls Club 3 Chorus RAYMOND DUVAL is 'Newbury Awcnue Raw .alvsaxs rn good humor .md readw for a laugh xcrx cn thusnastrc vshcrc baschall rs con ccrned lootball B ball 7 S CARYL EGAN l8l Fllrot -hcnue Bundlc of pcp bpannsh anccstrx shovss up rn snapprnr., cscs and black h.ur 1: 1.5 ln for .Art rn .1 hug., WJY llbrdrs Staff 1 Grrls Club 4 Grrls orts l Sarlmg I uh s Pro Con Club NORMAN C. ELLIS 6 5 Trevore Street A devotee of eating. sleeping. lboats. and motorcycles . . . campargmng for a couple more lunch perxods a day. Rifle Club l. 2: Supply Room l. 2. IOSEPH ENOS I Row rl Strcct Sharp lrrtlc ptckrgc 1 bascbrll plaxcr .As vucll rs 1 fun hrs m bmon to fmrsh school B scblll l 4 Hocku 4 CARL R ERICKSON 7 4 Holyoke. Street Tall and lanky Sprke joncs cn thusrast nothmg bothers h lrkcs to drnc vuth grr Footbclll l 7 WARREN ERICKSON I9 Amcsburw Strcct of humor and hrs sax plaung ambrtron to be a man Band I 1 4 Glu. Club l Grounds Patrol I Orchcstrx l 7 'VIARY FALLON l Ncvtburx Ascnuc Mae a rcaciw smrlc school mxght bc all nght rf nt vucrcnt for the homcvsork rs l lb Chor s . ' 1 . " hu' 'z c' " " ' ' A ' . . -V . L- ' , :..2,..l-i . .R . , ' . . . " " ' ' Y.-. . , -. 2-i - H . . .2 ' 'R s ' . .lu " 2 '. - I A 4- Zl'Z .,1 - , . " ' - ls! - .- -- . .-. . ' f ' V ,V 'V ,A , A "Vile" . . . known for his clry sense ' - . . .. ' ' I 'A ' - " ' I 5: use ... ,. , , ' . . .-. . , - , , l 1 - ' ',,., ,', 1 w 'AU' - r. . " . . . 0- ' ' ' - '- ' .. .. 4, , -l , Sp 'fzz '1 'I' W .. . fl Q 4 ' " 8' brl .lt 5: , u l. 1 l HELEN K FASSINO ll French Strect Plays a good gamt. of softball hates to do housework rarc time in H NI huh Helen Chorus l 7 1 Glte b 7 Secre rurial Stall 4 Girls Club K SARAH FEARING 40 Buckingham Road Linda casy to get along with unassuming but accomplishes u great deal Associate Director f Cafeteria Squad 7 Girls Club 3 Chorus 1 5 secretarial Stuff 4 WALLIS N FISHER 66 Henry Street Wally Its .1 shame to trtat thlt Car tht way he does wants to go to Wtntworth ELIZ M FITZGERALD 58 Lunt Street Betty Karefree bangs charming frtcklcs ambition to go to college Girls Sportsl 7 4 Chorusl Tri H Y I 7 5 Mane! StaH'3G1ls Club I Prom Lsher Traffic Squad 3 Social Studies StaB' 7 Gym Demonstration 7 LORRAINE M FLYNN 60 North Central Ayenue Latins prefer blondes . . . who can Hame them? . . . more than aca- demic interests at M. I. T. Spanish Club 2. 5: Library Staff 5: Social Studies Staff 2: Girls' Club 5: North Star 5: Pro dr Con Club 5. 'Uk "-vJ' DORIS RITA FRAZIER 71 Birch Street Dot Lnes at the rink yours southcrn fried Chicken with grtat relish peeyed by gum snappers Girls Club 3 Chorus 4 IOYCE FRIEDLAND V Fayette Street And sports fan passion for hor fudge sundaes knit one purl mo Girls Club 5 Girls Club Executnt Board 'Q Mane: Staff '1 Library Staff 4 Secretarial Staff 5 Chorus Prom Lsher 7 CONSTANCE GAGNON la Oak Avenue Lonnie Loves a good time esptually roller skating pet peexe rainy days Cirls Llub 5 Chorus l 7 Ration ing Board I Pro 8: Con Club Q CLAIRE GALLAGHER I Freeman Street As popular as she is attractive hidden desire to do a tarrw heel passion for cats and Vaughn Mon foe Cheerleading 7 '1 'l'r1H1Y 7 K lPres1dent 53 Girls Club 5 Girls Sports 7 5 Student Secretarial Staff 5 Social Studies Staff 7 Chorus 4 Honor Roll l GORDON H. GEORGE 50 Walnut Street "Flash" . . . going to be a minister . . . plays the accordian . . . reads minds. Pro 6: Con Club 5. EAN O GIDDINGS 85 Elliot Aienue "Jeannie" . . . kitten on the keys . . . were referring to the piano . . . dislikes so much homework but makes out O. K. Library' Staff 1. 2. 5: Orchestra 1. Z. 5: Traffic Squad 2. 32 Girls' Club 3: National Honor Society' 2. 3: Manet Staff 5: Library' Staff. Treasurer 1. President 5: Girlsi Physical Ed. Ex- hibition 3: Sailing Club 2: High Honor Roll 1. 2. WINIFRED GLOVER 0 lxtmpcr Strut Winnie. looking form ird t 1 position .is .1 priyatc surctary the bosss lap perhaps u. Club l G ls Cllh Su t tlrial SMH 5 RACHEL M GOETCHIIJS 134 Fayette Street Smiling personality hard worker who hopes to reach M I T ne t year C orus l Traffic Squad 3 Library Staff l 2 Vice President 5 National Honor Society i' 5 Wol laston Womens Club Honorary Membership 7 Honor Roll 1 Girls Club 3 Mane! Staff 5 RITA GORHAM 166 Eyerett Street Rit Saludos amigos ways a good listener conscien tious flashing smile Spanish Club 7 5 Library Staff Treasurer 7 Girls Club 5 Chorus ELEANOR GOSSARD Ki Hm -htnuc Dry sense of humor lumps cm smil ing fayoritc pastimts smiling swimming and skating Symphont Klub I Orchestra 4 Biology Club 7 5 National Honor Society I 4 Traffic Squad I Stu dtnt Council Secretary 5 Manu Staff 3 Girls Sports Demonstration l I Girls Klub I Vlfollaston Wom ens Club Honorary Membcrship 7 Social Studics Staff 7 Auditorium Committee v High Honor Roll 1 I BARBARA GOULSKI 181 Beach Street "Barbi' . . . the perfect blue-eyed blonde . . . passion for fried chicken and Harry' james. Chorus l. 1. 5: Girls' Club 5: Sec- retarial Staff 5. ARTHLR XY GREEN I Tay lor Strut Art th it polished gtntltman smooth tillter thttker king would m ilu. 1 good lmycr ioogy Club l I B x Stall. 'N :tional Honor Society Studtn ltunul 4 Manu Still I Honor Roll 1 High Honor Roll 7 SHIRLEY GREENWOOD 191 East Squantum Street ig has a friendly smile m'un interest-dancing calls Lycrythmg a guismo Girls Club 3 SYDNEY GREER H Sharon Road yd dignity itself scribed cute by the opposite sex an enthusiastic football fan Footballl 7 4 MARIE HANSON 100 Amesbury Strut Always ready for a good time full of un another dancing enthusiast nrs Club Traffic Squad S Chorus 1 Sttrttarial Staff 'a LILLIAN HART 10 Nlontclair Awenuc i hasafriendlx hello or extnone not known to all but liked bs those who knovs her ir s Club 4 Libmrt ta Chorus RL TH E HARVEY sl lflliot Ascn Ruthiv. Luclltnt ta tt Llothts likv. Dexter she goes for Holi Cow xoluble tonxtr sationilist Gu Klub l Sailing flub 7 Gi S Club w Librarw Staff 5 Chorus l 7 S Rationing Boardl Adurtis ing Stiff of North Stir MARY HAYES 4 7 lxtndall Strut Her coal black hair the Lnu of ill as good naturcd is the du long dl ing Club orus Girls Club 1VitcPrcsl '1 Student Sccrctmal Staff NATALIE HAYES 19 Belmont Street "Nat" . . . hopes to be a model . . . tall and blonde. she's got what it takes. Girls' Clvb 5: Chorus l. DOROTHY HEAMAN 1247 Harvard Street "Dot" . . . headed for Symphony Hall . . . dark hair sets off attrac- tive features. Glee Club lVicc-Pres.J Z. 5: Or- chestra l. Z. 3: Chorus l. 2. 5: Tri- HivY l. 1. 5: Girls' Club lExec. Board! 5: Ration Board l: Girls' Sports 2: Secretarial Staff 51 Accom- gnistafor Glee Club 2. 3: Gym em. ,. NATALIE L HEAP 49 Hot es Street Nat wants to meet Ted XY illiams likes to drive around at a terrific speed Are sou kidding Nlanet Stal? 5 Biology Club 7 'Q Sailing Club 7 Honor Roll l National Honor Society 7 'H Social stu ICS Stal? Chorus l Girs lun IEAN M HENDERSON ll Fdgevs orth Road Consuentious worker intcrcsud in the animal kingdom includ ing males jean 1 rars Staff l 4 Nation.: Honor Soucts 5 Biology Club Honor Roll l 7 Manct Sta H Girls Klub 4 Social Studies WINIFRED HENEBRY 65 Brook Strcet Winnie smooth dancer little bundle of pep G rs Club 1 Chorus l PATRICIA HENNESSEY l+l Saflord Street "Patsy" . . . full of pep. vim, and sigor . . . always smiling . , . ready tu do anyone za favor. "r s' Club 5: T '-Hi-Y fz Hen .Service l. -. 5: Chorus fl Secref tarial Staff MURIEL A. HIRTLE ill Prospect Street "Hirtle" . . . a whiz on wheels . . . be on time if you wish to remain her friend . . . don't call her Mirtle. Chorus l. 1. 3: Glee Club Z. 5: Girls' Club 5. PAULINE L HOBART 75 Farrungton Street Thus gurl lukes thungs to happen on schedule promusung future see retars Chorus l Socual Studues 7 Secre rarual Staff 3 Gurls Club 3 Pro A Con Club 3 JAMES S HOLLAND RO Seawau Road um .u sports enthusuast the quuet twpe theres a Ford un hus present black one at that u Kluss Plav 5 Hockeu ELIZABETH IACOMINI I 4 Hamulton Asenue Betts a wunter sports fan au luttle but umpatuent Belt Reel Cross l Ratuonung Board l orus l 4 Gurls Clu a nee Work ELAINE R JOHNSON 7l5 'Xewburw Avenue Launes quuet but vxuth unfeetuous laugh loves to enok Lubrurs SMH l Socual Studues K urls I luuh 4 Mane: Staff 4 MILDRED JOHNSON l Buekungham Road .ut Oh' Muss Muldreel thus reel head spends her tume lusten ung to Harn james anush Club S Gurls ub I horus 5 JANE ANN JORDAN 6 Puermont Street Janne exuberant personaluty always on the go wudely traveled valuable asset to the three musketeers Tru HuY 5 Gurls Club 3 Manet Staff 5 Honor Roll 7 Spanush Club 4 Senuor Class Plas 3 Auduto ruum Commuttee Class Play 5 Na ruonal Honor Socuen 4 PHYLLIS E JORDAN 'alll Bullungs Road Phul not known to all but luked hw .ull who know her lewel headed loses a good tume Hone Nursung 7 Tralfue Squad 4 Cv rls Club 5 Student Secretarual Stuff 5 Mane! Staff 5 'Natuonul Honor Soeuctw fs JEANNE M JOUBERT Ps Hamulton Street ,leannue Oh those beautuful ues wuth complexuon to match homeroom partner un conwersa tmn us Carol Kennedw Studues Stall 7 Traffuc Squad 5 Manet Staff S Secretarual Staff 3 Lrurls Club 5 Rtutuon Board Volun teer l Pm 84 Con Club 's Natuonal Honor Soeuety S MILDRED KANE QP G J A Nav .ul Terrace Heres Mullue Lu our fruenel from the South oh that beautu ful hlue ear future globe trot er C urls Kluuh 4 Crlee Club 4 Cho us DONALD KEAY 2 Hughlanel Ax enue Steff better known as Don women druwers peexe hum but not women un general Ines tu usue let s do somethung weurd' uY 7 5 Class Presudent 7 tr.umural Basketball 1 Audutoruum iommuttee 4 Prom Commuttee 5 Class Plas 5 u fl 7: I 2,.:': ' -:.',: '- 4' lu'-Y 41 jr .Q 5. I -i 5' -V 'J-1 cl cur . 3.2, ' ' b 31 Ofi Chorus u. 21 Libraryj Staff 1: Social ' fw J '. . -: ' 1 ,. lr ' l I - . ,. an 'A' I ' U D H- I ' -- - i -V 1' r -V 'A IL.. . . . - 5' 'Z V1 ' .- .' 'Q .1 ' ,: r I K-v 7 -C V '1 A U "rf, . ' 'Q - ' H Spa ' l ,Q A ' fl az H1 Q' -.1 t ' ,gnunl l FRANCIS KELLEY D5 Ocean Street Seen drnmg that big black blaek Bunck possesses a quret sense of dngnlty consctentlous about what he does North Star 5 LORRAINE KELLEY 185 Bxllxngs Street Lnkes green and whx not loses clams and Les Brown horn rnmmed glasses look smooth on thxs lrttle ass Traffic Squad 5 Girls flub Exetu tue Board 5 Tr1HlY 'K Gradua non lsher 7 Manet Stal? S Prom Commxttee 3 IEAN KEMNO 777 A Qumcy Shore Drne B D amazing strength for 1 grr perseverance wnth person alnty plus a busy blonde who rs newer rn the homeroom Prom I sher 7 Gtr s Sports 5 Tn H1 Y 7 5 Girls Club lTre ur rl 3 ee Club 5 Chorus 4 North Star lAdvert1s1ng Man Demonstration 7 Pro 81 Con Club CAROLE L KENNEDY 91 Freeman Street Dumples natural curly brown haur eut short Interested hung .1 recepttomst :ce cream rs her faxorlte dtsh Itbrary Staff l Soclal Studnes Staff Gtrs Cub tExec Boxrdb 4 Tn H1 Y i Rattomng Board 1 RICHARD H KENNEY U Hob art Street Dapper First wxth horn rnmmed glasses contmuallx tlownlng should we call htm Alhert haye some pretzels Dlek Base 4 News from 'North 7 5 Chorus 5 Glee Club 5 H13 3 Clfnss Play 5 RICHARD L KENT 731 Farrmgton Street just call htm Duck a'-olds work when posslble came from Dorchester and graced our school m the 10th grade ANNETTE KERRIGAN N XY llnut Street NLIISIL Known for her frnendly hello and heamtng smlle Sallmg Club 7 Girls Club 5 Ra tlonlng Board l Chorus 3 JACKOLYN KING 4 7 Walker Street Jackre A peppy personaltty to go wxth her brown eyes no won der she ns so p0pular7 new ad dmon to the cheerleaders Senxor Student Councnl l 7 Tn H S Salltng Clu 7 Gtrs Club 3 Socml Studies 7 Cheer Leadmg 5 Manet Staff 5 Semor Class Secretary 3 Spanish Club 2 Graduatxon Usher 2 Prom Commit tee 5 Pro 8: Con Club 3 RUTH M KING 7 Pope Street Ruthie a Canadnan In our mndst favonre dnsh Gsh tant stand people that talk nn the mounts always saying lust a second Library Staff l Glrls Club 5 Trl H Y 5 Socnal Studies 7 Manet Statff S Nlorth Star 5 Honor Roll I 7 fnreulatnon of North Star 7 5 ANN T KOCH 80 Henry Street Koehle Resents bexng called Shorty her friends know her fayonte pastnmes are talknng and skatmg .,5 -1 -'l' A 2.,: ' U- '- i. U' 'Fahd .2 Q31 Yl.2:.: -bag 'I' agerl 2. 3:'Student Council 5: Gvm A 'Z , 4 sl I . 5. " ' , ' 1 ' O1 21. r,",' , .'- 1 -1 i- ,t " '- -1" h 'jhall 1.4 .' 'Q -. 'S ' Pl f if ' DOROTHY LACEY 5 5 Sharon Road "Dotty" . . , always neat as a pin . . . everybodys friend . . . simply adores a good time. Girls' Club lexec. board! 3: Tri- Hi-Y 5: Chorus 1. 2. 5: Secretarial Staff 5 BARBARA LaFOSSE l 4 I-arringmn Strut Bttttr known as Bobby lows dantinti tspetially to Lts Brown htr lifts ambition be 1 bt titian :rs Klub 5 Chorus l Rltioni i., l Pro A Kon Club 3 TERESE LAMBBRT ll Fdwin Strtet Tresit tiny a perfttt sttond for Adtlina lil-tes cserw ont easy to get along with Girls Kluh 4 Secretarial Staff w lil W ilson Axtnut Phyl lll Ste You In Mx Dreams is the little blondes song green is htr faxorite color but likes red lobsttr l ran Sail l Sailing Cub Grls Klub 5 Pro 8. Con Club 'v BARBARA LLAVENS I 89 Btllu ut Road Whiz on roller sltatts a short men tnttrcsttd should wear sttlts sht likes tm tall rs Club i TYIHIX 4 Ttn Klub ' Chorusl 7 S Prom om m KILL 4 Manu 4 KATHRYN LEAVENS 51 Gladstone Street "Karyn . . . our own "Junior Miss" . . . this splendid iitterbug from Squantum . . . hates shoes but loves Pizza . . . mm. the personality that girl has! Sailing Club 2: Rationing Board 1: Girls' Club '1' Tri HiY 3' Chorus 4 Pro St Con Club 3 Class Play 3 BRUCE LINDBOM 61 Park Atenut Lindt North s own left half back btliuts in variety' PU lxprtssion That s lift l-ootball I 7 K Basketball l Track l Bastballl " 5 Chorus! Prom l shtr 7 Hx X 4 Auditorium Com HHIILL 7 IOYCE J LINDHOLM 1 7 7 Beach Street College bound after graduation meanwhile doodles for a pastime plaws the siolin as it should be plated Orchestra l 5 Biologw Klub 5 L ran Stall' l 5 lTreasur1.r Soual Studies Staff l Girls Klub 'Q National Honor Socitts 4 MARY JEANNE LUCE l 7 Flliot Axenue spent some time deep in tht htart of Texas awhile back friends galore Rationing Board Voluntter l Girls Sports 1 Social Studies Sta Drummalorette 5 Head Drum manor 3 Vice President of Senior Class s Tri Hi Y 5 Manu Staff 5 Girls State 7 Girls Club H Spanish Klub 3 Spanish Club 1 Graduation lsher 4 Chorus 7 Honor Ro Prom Committee w National Honor Sotitts w ADELINA LUK HINI N Fdwin Strut Nina nothing utr sums to I-other htr wants to tr.na.l lmts to gut into misrhttf There lxe Said lt Again Kaftterta l Basketball l Girls Klub ' -' " -to - 1 -au- . D ' I I ' V vi 1' 1 Q .1 1 t' 'nr '5 . lg -.'f'fg: - -'i 4 . b . - - .' L 1 U1 Vibrant. vivacious. Avice - president .D V . A V A . : ' ,i ff 2: I ' 'Q . sv , ljb' ,' .t 2 ' " 'l 2: - , - ,M 1' ' 1 i : V 7: wi 'A ll 2: Gil' .1 V '- ,L 'nis " il ' 'ii lv -1 . -. .2 C - - I - , , , - - - , .. V: . in - 0 - i GUIDO L LUCHIN I 74 Edwin Street Beansy abrlrty as an athlete rs outstandrng one ambrtron rs to get out of school hrs hrdden sense of humor rs shown at txmes Football I 2 3 iCapt 37 ase ball l 2 5 Basketball Manager 7 5 Prom Lsher 2 Hr Y 5 Chorus G Rotary Club 5 Prom Commrttee 4 CHARLES LYNDON Sl Hunt Street Charlty the tall smrlrng lrrsh man one of the bug three Senror Student Councrl 5 Boys State 2 Traffrc Squad 5 H1Y 5 Honor Roll 2 Watlonal Honor S0 Llcty 4 ULIA LYONS Ili Sagamore Street Although she doesn t sav much she has a darlmg personalrty a so an 'lVld movie fan Chorus l 2 Glrls Club 5 Library S115 5 ANTHONY MACALUSO 199 West Squantum Street Tony lakes to loaf eat steak and cruise rn his Chewy Football 1 2 Chorus 5 D R MacGILLVRAY 15 Blake Street HaPPY beautiful harr lolly contagrous laugh mad about muslc Sallxng Club l North Star 2 Girls Club 5 Trl Hx Y 5 S anlsh Club 7 Fdrtorral Stali of hljorth Star 5 Audrtorrum Commrttee 5 PHYLLIS L MacGREGOR 69 Barham Avenue Phyl nuts about roller skat mg favorite hangout the rmk Glee Club 2 5 Student Secretarral Staff 5 Girls Club 3 Ratronrng Board 1 Manet Stal? 5 Chorus 1 2 ALICE MacLEOD 41 Clement Terrace An rrrepressrble laugh beautr ful blond haxr personalrty plus Ratronmg Board 1 Grrls Club 5 Chorus l 7 Grrls Sports 1 Secre tarral Staff 5 BARBARA A MacLEOD 758 Highland Avenue Barb Apprecrates a good yoke swell personallty constant ly vsrrtmg notes Socral Studies 1 Tr1H1Y 5 Grrls Club 5 Chorusl 7 5 Secre tarral Staff 5 Ratron Board l Au tlrtorrum Commrrtee 4 WALTER MAGUIRE 65 Sachem Street Mac Says hes out to make money goes all out for hockey football and swimming I'raHxc Squad 5 Chorus l BARBARA MARSHALL 60 V'estern Avenue Bobble Small dark Cute ambruon to be a prrvate secre tary lucky boss' Chorus 2 5 Socral Studres 2 Grrls Club 3 Ratronrng Board 1 Tralfrc Squad 5 Secretarral Stal? 3 "' . . l ' ... - - B .'.' . . 1 . - , ' - - ' , , , , , ... . . . 1 . ' . . ' 1 v - ,u 1 ' 1 ,w , ,. . ". . D r 9 . V . ,. ,M , . ul ' ' , A ' - . . . . . . . . 23 . . 3 y ...... - r' -4 .', r ' V . . , , , , , , , , . - ' ' ..' ' ' '. ' . . . . 3 1 . . . q . . .. - ,, -. . . . . I , r , ' . . . -1 3 , r SARAH LOU MARTIN 29 Pratt Road Darling of Squantum . . . full of good old North spirit . . . truly' a credit to the school. Tri-Hi-Y 2. 5: Chorus 2: Jr. Class Secretary 2: Girls' Club President 5: Girls' S rts 1: Secretarial Staff 5: Ration Bgard 1: Manet Stat? 5: Social Studies 2. PAULINE A MCADAM 7 Rawson Road Loves to read and knit cherishts her rare coin collection Girls Club 3 BEATRICE MCCARTHY 'S West Squantum Street Bea Nleatness and attractive ness go hand in hand interested in hockey crazy about Chinese ood Library Staff 5 Secretarial Staff 5 Girls Club 5 Chorus 5 JAMES MCCARTHY 58 Vane Street a His main interest is san ing completely easy going with Moying Picture Operators Club l 5 Rifle Club S' 5 Saililng Club 7 Supply Xllfnrk l EDVUARD F Md AL LI:Y H6 Belmont Strut Mac cxctls in sports cspc tially basketball and baseball lanky good naturcd Baseball l 7 4 Traffic Squa Basketball 'Q Hi Y R RUTH MCCLOSKEY 9 Belmont Street "Mul" . . . vivacious, devilish . . . petite brunette . . . loves a good UIUC. Graduation Usher 2: Girls' Club 5: Manet Staff 5: Tri-Hi-Y 5: Chorus 5: Auditorium Committee 5. JOSFPH MCCONVILLE jf ll6 Farrington Street oe ardent sports fan with a good sense of humor Basketball l Circulation Staff lNorth Star! 5 Baseball 3 Chorus IESSIE MCCRAY all Vershire Street a executive ability ln Lly her heart belongs to Willy Gir s Club 5 Tri Hi Y 5 m Demonstration Chorus l 2 4 Prom Committee 5 JAMES MCGUINNESS 40 john Street scallops and his car the Spam Can ILORENCE M MCLEAN li Hamilton Struct Huui. nuts about roller skat ing and dancing forucr clown ing ask hcr about a certain thcrishcd piuurc Rationtng Board l Gi ls Club s C hnrus 4 Pro A Con Club 4 5' , .2 ' ' ' .2 ' l' ,z '- '- .1 GY " ' ,I .- ' 2: . , ,: a pleasing personality: "Mac" . . . loves of his life . ' -.,5, d2.5: il- 'I 5 A' 1 x-,- --2 l MARY F MCMAHON 786 Btllmgs Road Happy dlsposmon tmy so cute wears stze 512 shoe Gtrls Club 5 Tn Ht Y 5 Student Secretarxal Staff 5 Chorus 5 Exec Board Gtrls Club 5 MARY MCNAMARA 19 7 Dftyts Street Spcnds her summer days swnmmmg and horseback rzdmg loses her ca Heppy Girls Club 5 ELINOR MCNEICE I7 Ruthyen Street Blonde bombshell boat Lran Mnss Wollaston of 1946 Student Councxl 7 Cafctcrta Sqund H X 3 Chorusl 7 5 Satltngf b S Clas Pla ELIZABETH MCNEILL 440 West Squantum Street Betty Mr Farr s efficient sec retnry hopes to make her hobby roller skating mto her bread and butter Glrls Club 5 Basketball 7 DONALD MEEHAN 18 Htghland Ayenue A born athlete tops m svum mmg and skatmg IS that where he got that physnque' Go l 3 Football Honor Roll l Hockey 5 National Honor Socnety ROBERT MESSIAS 47 Bxllxngs Street Bo allergnc to homework but attracted to sports and sptnach alvsays has a grm Fraffu Squad l 7 5 Honor Roll l Natnonal Honor Souety 3 ROSE MARIE MILLER 184 Norfolk Street Rosle sweet personalxty pcrfettly sutttd to hcr futurc profts snon nursxng anlsh Cl lb Girls Cu Chorus 5 PHYLLIS M MILLIKEN 41 Randlctt Street Phyl watch your talorxcs when around Phyl a future dart hcr nf you rc tht. stltnt type fel lovss Cnrls Club I llonor Roll l 7 BEVERLY MILLS -057 Hancock Street v blonde petite ltkes movles turkey and football ambition' to get married Glrls Club 5 Secretarial Staff 5 ANNE E MINDEN Flynt Street Anme excellent taste clothes loves to dance as the cutest dtmple nn her chtn Lnbrary Staff l Chorus 2 3 Gt ls Club 5 Trl H1 Y 3 Secretanal Staff 5 Pro Er Con Club 5 l l it ,, 4-in ' ' ' -. - I- - ' . . . , l ' " Sp ' n 5: ' ' I b 3: 2:AQym Dem. 23 Girls' Club 5: Tri- dietitian. but at sweetlonel. . . don't 1- .1 .-..: .u .. .' V '. V. . 2. ,: ..s y' 5. V. t ' , 3' . V. " ' " . . . in - - ' ' ' - b ' . . .A h f . . h lf .z.,1 21 I ' . . F . ff' . Z: 9 ' , ' ' ' " MARjORIE M. MORIN 83 Montclair Avenue "Marge" . . . an ardent North rooter with spirit plus . . . all out for sports . . . boundless pep and energy. Social Studies Staff l. 2: Traffic Squad 2, 33 Senior Student Council KV. PJ l. 2. 5: Chorus 2: Girls' Sports 5: National Honor Society 2. 5: Girls Club 5: Manet Staff 5: Honor Roll I. 2: North Star tCir- culationl 2. 5: Gym Demonstration 2: Pro 8: Con Club 5. EDDIE MORRIS 52 Prospect Street Ever notice his freckles? . . . full of fun . . . hates being called "Clam.' Chorus 3. GLORIA A MORRIS 55 Nevsburw Avenue Go ambition is to travel fasorite pet is Tiny her to elephant Girls Club 3 Chorus 7 4 RALPH MORRISON JR S0 Gordon Street jume goes all out for foot ball baseball and swimming elaims hes a woman hater hmm l-ootball 1 Hi Y 4 Baseball s ARTHUR MORRISSEY Art holder of the purse strings sure to he remembered wonder if hell uer let that LILY LU! gl'0Wl OUI Class Treasurer I Sailing Llu Chorus 7 I Manet Staff w Prom lommittee w H I 4 Prom lsher 7 Graduation Isher 7 RICHARD MOSCHNER 119 Appleton Street "Dick" . . . the whistler . . . easy' to get along with . . . that curly hair the envy of all the girls. Hi-Y Z. 59 Pro 8: Con Club 5. ROGER MULHOLLAND 5 Bromneld Street "Rug" . . . a new addition this year . . . has a regular chauffering service . . . makes friends fast. Hi-Y 4 WILLIAM MULLIN 78 Meadow Street Moon batter up music to his ears other interests are foot ball and Squantum the 49th state I-oothalll 7 3 HIY I Baseballl MARY D MURRAY 'ali Flmvsood Avenue Mur to know her is to know her ear lucky for h r 8 40 doesn t arrne at 8 79 Soeial Studies Sttaff 7 Tri Hx X 7 4 President Tri Hi Y 4 Girls Club Student Secretarial Staff 3 orus l 7 MARION MX ERS 'li K law Street 'hil looking for pep You ewerxbodt s pal Student Couneil Soeial Studies TriHiY l a Seeret s Tri Hi I 5 Student Secretarial Staff w Cheerleading K Ration Board l Girls Club 'Q Sailing Club 7 Prom Isher 7 Girls Sports 7 Chorus l s Prom Committee 'l Gsm Dem onstranon 7 - - U: -.H 2.5. .-... - .1 . t - Q. ' f. . I ' - Q . - e z. Ch .-. 5. 7 v "C K "l ' ' . .. " I 1 ' 66 Colby Road mean Marion U. . . constant giggle . . h .' ' ' ' ' . l StatI '- '- . 2. .': ' 'arg -. V . . V: ' b 31 l U ' 4 1 1 -. ,Q ' if 3: 3 - A . - . -" 1 ' ,Q ' 4 r 1, -' -.. 3- -. g ROBIE NICKERSON 45 Arnold Road Nuck the boy wuth the bg hello ladies also prefer blondes has hopes of becomung a sur geon Motuon Pucrure Operators Club I Band l 2 Student Councul 4'l'reas P 5 Traffuc Squad lCapJ 2 5 Bows State 3 Rotary Club 5 Class Play ROY NIEMELA 746 Fayette Street Dlgnuty personuhed hugh ambu tuons wuth the untellugence and n tuatuve to get what he goes after our raducal unduvudualust Presudent Senuor Student Councul 5 Busuness Manager of Manet Staff 4 Rotary Club 5 Hugh Honor Roll 1 IEANNE OCHS 11+ Russell Street A real outdoor gurl frtsu a fiend tht bane of her txustent lack of tall men Lubrary Staff 1 7 5 Socual Stud s Staff 7 3 Buology Club 7 5 Gurls Club 5 Honor Roll 1 7 WILLIAM O CONNELL 54 Hunt Street Wullue three cheers for hs football achuevements frutndly smtle energy belues statement that hus ambutuon us to take lufe easy Footballl 7 5 Chorus 5 Horlsey lManagerJ 5 ROBERT B OLSON 754 Farrungton Street Oley avudly unterested un aur planes model and otherwuse etu duant de francais rught now hughest ambutuon us M I T Traffuc Squad 5 Track 2 5 IRENE O NEIL 2 Hollus Avenue Perfect personaluty nothung ruf Hes her udeal for co operatuon Student Councul l 2 5 Hugh Honor Roll l 2 North Star lAssustant News Edutor 2 Colidutor 57 Gurls Club 1SecretarYl 5 Manet Staff 5 Chorus 2 Tralfuc Squad fCapt7 2 5 Natuonal Honor Socuety 1V Presb 2 5 Lubrary Staff l Socual Studues Staff 2 NANCY PACKARD 275 W'est Street Nan a commuter but Nlorthute from way back fruend ly smule and frequent laughter bubblung enthusuasm 1 rary S ff 1 Gurls Club Chorus 5 BLANCHE PAGE 57 Shcrman Street Susum our comtdutnne tal ented along the vocal lunes a not at all umprobablt. Senuor Glee Club l 7 5 Bowlung Club 7 Spanish Club 7 5 Gurls Club 5 Chorus 7 5 Manet Stal? 5 'Worth Star 5 Audutoruum Commut tee 5 ERNEST II PARSONS 55 Elm Avenue Parsnups speakung of Greek gods that umpeccable look susts maun unterest us farmung but shows no ewudence of ut Manet Stal? 5 Track 7 5 Prom Lsher 2 ALVIN PEARLMUTTER 67 Faxon Road unuque sense of humor always lacks a ptncul favor ge pastume and maun unterest foot a Footballl 7 3 Hockey tManagery u L , u 2- . . . . ' . ' I I I ' .. . , ' . . - , 1 A , - : ..: . I 2 : : . . Q ,- Ig I . . .: g - g I I. 5. .I , 3 ' 1 I I ' - ' ii' I I . . . I Y I il , - - 'I I.'b ta 3 ' ' 52 ' 1 ' . ' 2, ' fl 5: " . .. ' - . . . I . hopes to sing with a name band one , I I -I II . I I Ie d,yI I I I '. I . .L .-. Z ..: ' -- J A ' - 3 -- -F .' :9 I .Z ' u .. . u ' I I I,.in. . -. ,Q .x ' ,g -, ,z ' H ' - - - ll. ,Q . . ,,,,, 5. KENDALI. PETERSON I64 Farrington Street Bing the boy who stood in Ime twice when the looks were passed out wants a car sail boat and a private airplane out to revolutionize politics North Star 5 Honor Roll 7 School Representatne Massachusetts Cnic Lugut 4 M PE'I TEPIT '7 Arnold Road Peggy likes nothing bttter than to argue politics ambi tion to be president of the la S or a lustice in the Supreme Court Glee Club lSecretary 'U 1 7 S n ish Club 7 5 Girls Club 5 lOl ogy Klub 5 Traffic Squad 5 Home Nursing fPresident 77 'North Star fClub Editor? 's BARBARA A PFEIEFER 97 Glover Avenue Main Activity but not main inter est is trying to transcribe shorthand secret ambition to learn t whistle through her teeth Glen Club l Library Staff St dent Secretarial Staff 5 Girls Club 5 Red Cross Home Nursing 7 ROBERT PHILBRICK H0 Faxon Road "Bo " . . . the boy with the his- tory books. the bottle of ink. -'intl the clarinet . . . favorite pastime. playing that licorice stick. Band 5, HENRIETTA PITCHER 254 Newbury Avenue "Peggy"' . . . Vive le francais! . . . another lucky blonde. born that way . , . secretly longs for a blue con- vertible. but who doesn t! Home Nursing Z: Girls' Cluh 5. l' ART HDR PORTER 49 Wedgewood Street Bunny one of those Squantum boys and won t let you forget it fayorite expression are you with m probably used frequent ly to include his followers from Lit tle America raffic Squad 3 Tra lt " Hotku 4 HI Y K ROBERT POWERS fi Barham Avenue Bob aims at engineering not president of one but two mayor operations ambition should talu. him far TralTic Squad lCaptainJ 5 N tional Honor Society 4Presidentl 4 Manet Staff lFditor inCh1efl a Boy s Stats 7 Honor Roll l High Honor 7 BARBARA JEAN PRAY at Favon Road Barb life of the party utterly carefree everybody s pal likes to be with people Tri HiY 's Girls Club 'Q Student Secretarial Staff a MARTHA QUlMbY t-6 Gould Street Strawberry blonde . . . artistic right to the lingertips . . . invaluable rrember of Art Department of the Manet. Spanish Club 2. 5: Manet Staff 5: Cirls' Club 51 Traffic Squad -. 5: Prom Committee 5: National Honor Soriety 5. EDVUARD C. RADCLIFFE IMO Elliot Avenue "Eddie" . . . shirts to go with his personality . . . partialiry' for tlondes . . . not easily' pee-ved. but dunga- rees on females? no. no! Senior Class President 3: Traffic Squad 2, 3: Manet Staff 5: Gradua- tion Marshall 2: Hi-Y 5: Rotary Club 5: Prom Committee 3: Audito- rium Committee 5: Hockey' 5. ALBERT L READDY 40 Bowdom Street Speedy always rough and ready dead eye on the rifle range smxles for the world I general Rnlle Club IEXCCUIIWC Officer 73 l 7 5 Grounds Patroll 7 Supplnes l 7 Mouon Pncture Operators Cluh 7 5 4Pres1d nt Track 7 Sallmg Club MARY RICHARDQ 198 West Squantum Ree socnable. an ardent sports fan fnend worth havmg Glrls Club 3 Girls Club Executnc Board 's Adyertxsmg Staff of North Star 4 Setretaral Stuff R ROBERT RICHARDS I5 Hamnlton Street a certam nommee for class un gurls cnyy hrs long curllng ut lashes JAMES RICHARDSON 64 Young Street lm sharp dresser fnor :te mckname Franklc bcautn ful car hardly thc qulct typt when you get to knovs hmm NORMAN RICKARD 90 Hen ry Street Rick always seen drnftnng around mth a gay smnle yust ask hum about Worchester Track 7 3 Auditorium Com K SALVATORE RIZZO ll Burgess Street .1 going to be a haxr stslxst beware reckless drner chatter box and pugllnst Glce Club GWEN ROBERTS 4 Ocean Street Gwen demure bug blue uns aquatlcally xnclmed Chorus l 7 5 Gnrls Club 5 Bowl mg, Club 7 Girls Sports 7 Socual Studnes Staff 7 Secretarial Staff 4 WILLIAM E ROBERTS 715 Holbrook Road a good racket a blond mth rams especially for numbers Tralllt Squad 1 Tennls 7 4 Class Flay 4 M1net 4 SHIRLEY ROBERTSON 6 Flynt Street Shnrl .1 rugged person tak mg le Francans III goes ln for dancmg rn a bug way another one ot those crazy people who doesn t like bubble gum Gnrls Club 3 Manet Staff 3 Socual Studncs 7 Graduatnon Lshcr CARLTON ROBINSON f Russell Street Car always good natured dont forget the passnon for photography lnkes to make tamgs vuth hns h1nds Tr.xf'l'ut Squad R l 'e il: -.5: 7' 2' . " 1 . 2, X. 'Bob-U 7 ' ' Mqnsieur that ,is ' "Willie" . . . a tennis player with ' , ., - Q A 'IW' 1 - -1 D .'.. ' TJ' 1 ...a'.- ' ' I 4, - 7: ' ' .vzgh w l , ", ALBERT ROGERS 59 Ellxot Awe Alble has a yery amlable per sonalnry better late than nexer huh Al' Golfl Hockey 3 RODNEY RUPERT 106 Faxon Road Rupp Puck s bad boy hockey that IS daddy nn our p .ly Tmek 7 Class Play 5 ISABEL RUSSELL 79 Newbury Street 'Ihe :deal seeretnry 1 smell the evteeutne type Tr1fI1e Squad 3 Gxrls Club ARTHUR SARHANIS 7 I-Iamnlton Ay enue Art new addmon this rear oh hovs I hate to get up m the morning goes ln for lrrernture RATHERINE SEARLE 9 Russell Street kay at home on roller skates enyoys pnano playing orus l 5 Socnal Stu nes Clee Club 4 Gnrls Club 5 Manu Staff RUSSELL R SHOREY 429 Furnace Brook Parkway Russ mclmed to haye subtle humor the unnque PCISODSIIU of the semor class and I 5 Orc estra Biology Club I 7 3 Manet Staff 5 Boy s State 7 Honor Socnety 7 Traffic Squad 3 Honor Roll l 7 Rotary Club 3 DOROTHY L SIMPSON H7 Vassall Street Dottv peanuts popeorn eandy bars the Wollys own has the makmgs of a grand seere tary expeclally vuth those plxy eyes Secretarml Staff 5 Manet Stull S Gnrls Club 5 Gurls Sports 4 Nur zonal Honor Society K MARGARET E SIPOLA S9 Sagamore Street those destmed to beeome secretaries has a quiet sense of dxgnrty Grrls Club 3 Secret1rlaISt1H 3 EDWARD SMITH 19 Hodges Avenue Eddie Thus Tom Thumb played football for three years seems to like the OHICC hm Football I 5 Chorus I Prom Commnttee 4 Clnss Play 4 LEWIS SMITH 50 Fast Elm Axe Skeezlks Mr Skeezuks .xhhors guggllng gals .1 natural enter earner because of has sllghtly sar eastxc sense of humor 'fix '- B ,1. 1' h 1. 3: ' :' 'V' J -:.-- Q ' -- elzmcer, too . 4. . 'redhead .bomber "MMS-' - .- - is 2lm0l1li Ihff l'21flkS ,Of A "' . Z. .2 ,: w l l l Ch 2. I ' dv 2: I . - In H ' ' . 5. " A I GLORIA E. SOLITO 49 Cushing Street "Jill" . . . Jill and Jeanne . . . two inseparables . . . vivacious and col- orful little brunette . . . what in- fectious laughter . . . favorite pas- times: dancing and singing. Chorus l: Symphony' Club l: Glee Club l: Spanish Club lExec. Board! 1. 2. 33 Girls' Club 5: Mant.-t Staff 5: Honor Roll 2: Social Studies and Library Staff 3 Yorth Star 4 Pro 6 Con Club 1 BARBARANN STEEN 756 C Quincy Short Drnc Brat seems to prefer out of town boys delights in horseback riding often shows an indepen dent streak who doesn t Chorus l Girls Cluh S CHARLES L STEVENS 151 West Elm Ayenue Chuck a possible tennis champ" a rather mischreyous minded fellow but neyertheless a charming one Tennis 71 Class Play 3 Mane Staff S JOHN JOSEPH STEVENS Juke any legal problem Consult ,luke our future lawyer his height gnes this lad an adyan tage in his faxorite sport basketball Traffic Squad S Track Team Mass Boys State 7 Honor Ro Baskebatll Squad 7 Class Play H Y I JEAN MARIE STICKNEY l West Flm Ayenuc Jeannie hidden desire s a career in nursing yaluablc friend to all especially Martha Spanish Club 7 Girls Club 5 Girls Sports 4 CHARLES STRATTON 54 Bowdoin Street "Charly" . . . this football man never lets his hair grow' . . . crew cuts offer no combing complications anyway' . . . Notre Dame is his ul- timate goal. Football 1. 2, 5: Traffic Squad 5: Cafeteria 2. 5. NIU RIEL STUDLEY lll Atlantic Street Stud has rolled ol? many a mile on her skates this al blonde always seems to b in hurry Chorus l 7 5 Girls Club Exetu tive Board 5 Secretarial Staff 5 Ra tion Board 1 Honor Roll l Audi torium Committee 5 JEANNE SULLIVAN 60 West Elm Avenue POPPF sophisticated and charming flaming red hair enioys music and dancing Symphony l Spanish Clu Girls Club 3 Traffic Squad 'Q Of fate Work 3 Class Play 5 PATRICIA R SWEENEY H1 Fayette Street at has a friendly hello for eyeryone perhaps a future Miss Murray with dancing classes of her own Basketball 7 3 Glee Club l Girls Club 5 Sailing Club 7 Tennis Club ROBERT TEG AN o Sterling Street Bob is positnely inclintd to ward athletics particularly baseball pet peeyes include pranksttrs and practical -okers -J . - , . I ' . l-' v f . V e ' a ' 2. ,ni ',: t I h i l , I ' Q. ' 1 ' ' 3 ' b 1.2. 3: 54 Gladstone Street . . -L ll 2: -- ng: 3 ' ' -2 .j 5: Vg " -3 - ' i- .. 2. 7 ,V . , - I - ROBERT THOMPSON -11 Apthorp Street Small 1n stature but not 1n good nature h1s faxonte sport IS ba ketball MARY H THORNLEY l 9 Harrxet Axenue hlary md M1ll1L Lu may meet 1n thur trnels some dn mnrhtr svummxny., enthusnst sketb1ll 7 5 Glrls Cluh R uonxng Boird l S 11ng 1 Tenms 1 luh 7 Manu Stuff 1 North S 1r i HERBERT VINING l 9 Holbrook Road Herb vxell known member of the band baseball 1s hxs fayor 1 e sport pet express1on don t he s1lIy Ban 1 H1 Y 'a Band Treas life RUTH WARD 159 Sufford Street Red a loyal lNorth1te vuth shmxng red ha1r hanls from lN1 vuaukee WIISCOHSIII G1rls Sports 7 Tennxs Club Marhemancs Assocmte 4 Honor Roll 7 Glrls Club 'I SYLVIA J VUARNER ll Berhn Street ue doesnt mmd talkmg., skaung and gettmg letters from ur tam people. doesnt appreuatt tracks about her opera smgrng G1rls Club 4 Chorusl 4 I-RANK WAYWOOD HA Wane Street Crusher 1n vurestlrng or tum bling hns amb1t1on IS to be a professlonal wrestler or ph1s1cal educanon mstructor Track lOY WEBB I Russell Strut oy une perm. m.1df.mo1selle tharmantt future concert pxan IK K nrmgu. 1 Sxmphnm Club l TLnn1s Club l Ja orus 4 C1 r Cu Sulmg K luh Pro 8 Con Club 4 JACQUELINE WHAULN 108 Holbrook Road K1k1 expressne blue eyes to match a sweet face she ll make an extellcnt dental hyglenlst bxrls Club 5 Gxrls Sports 4 Drun1 Nlalorette S 1'l:LlCl: WHITCOMB Sycamore Road Feece pretty member of a tr1o carefree and full of g1g gles trumpet Lonsuous and vuth good reason' Mane! Staff S G1rls Club 4 L1brary Sta l tFxec Board Cnrls Club il Prom Commnttee 4 DORO I HY L XVHl'l E 19 Hamnlton Strut Dotue faxorntt sport svum mlng th1s qultt young lady makes a prom1s1ng future. secretary G1rls Club 4 EDWARD WHITE 54 Prospect Street Shor he surely makes 1 power ul basketball player favonte expressron Lxfe Begins at 50 Basketball 2 5 IANE WHITE 70 Elhngton Road Our peppy lxttle cheerleader wnth personahty plus she shows plenty of vrtalxty cspecually nn b s ketball Gnrls Club 5 Gurls Sports nH1Y l Z 5 Manet Stal? Student Secretanal Stal? 5 Cheer leader 5 North Star 5 Prom Lfshcr 7 Gym Demonstratxon l ALICE WHITMAN 56 West Elm Avenue favorite pastime IS f course dancing life s ambmon to be a dnetntxan Gtrls Club 5 Glee Club 5 Chorus 1 5 Ground Patrol l GORDON ZUCKER 68 Phxllnps Street Zooky our bnlhant sclentrst and natural naturalrst Bnology Clubl 7 5 Band 5 O chestra 5 Chorus 2 5 Pro 8: Con Club 5 GORDON WICKLAND 5 Windsor Road Wrck someone who d appre uate sleepmg late Monday mornmg this athlete goes ID for football nd track Track 7 5 H1 Y 5 Prom Commxt tee 4 MARGARET WILLIAMS 60 Montclalr Avenue Muggsle what a sparklrng smrle and lovely hzlr watch out future mlllronalres' Girls Club 5 Sallmg Club 7 Ten nls Club 7 Ratlonmg Board l BARBARA L WRIGHT 70 Windsor Road Bobble wants to be an alt hostess hope she knows her pilots as well as her B 79 s and P 50 s Glrls Club 5 Tennis Club 5 Chorus 5 Sailing Club 2 Pro Bc Con C lub 5 PALLINI C ORTI LI. 5 Bxlllngs Ruud rohsu nrlound xhms? puns W orsnhulx Rldlng. Club l Sun ul C CHARLES C ROSS I nlor Srnu Chuck an 1n1hmous fallow who lows no 1 ll has mos: rn ns ure. possgssmn J Bunk 'U Inu. Sxrun Dm xr L tful I mx r nur fnorru pxsnnus skmnf., md txlknnj. L5 nu L xxrun of fox s r s C nb CAROLYN LAVULOR Arnold Rold RL ld1n5.s loss IS Xorrhs gum kunou to hu populxrlu .1 sunm smxlf. md 1 dxsposmon ro muah rsC IEDXX IIN R NASH! N 11. :L Nrnu 'lnddx Lollumr of or ugn mums nnurcand nn sports xn gnmrxl 1 mon In drifrsmm IOHN T SILXVAICI 4' Ilmuoud 'lwnup I XXI I XR FIII C ugh! 1 rxmr In C horns GRADLAI IINC1 VI TERANS NORMAN TOLMAN 'IU unncx Shore. Bouluxrd at ull suxous fallow who mn uk okms vsuh 1 dr. ld molhnr b s vurh .an nnrsxon nhoul md work but nnunds ro 5.11 nd 4 1. I IS fr1fInr. Squad Chorus I CONSTANC E 'I WX MAN I X0 CLnrr.xl Annum Hou s Bob Lonme shv. his plnnu of dans but Ends nmc. for rn ldlnp., C xrls Club w Rmomn1.,Bu1rd I S I nun Strut Ixl 1 sharp shoour rn 11 NHL C lb nm mon C nn an thv. Alf Corps good Iulk on xox r futurv. 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X 5 G, - ,. .J f uss Class H1stor une 1914 DLAR DIARY Hugh school, at last' Ioday was so dnfferent from that first day back IH t e 7th grade I stnll remember how bewlldered I was by the long eorrxdors, t e seniors who towered above me, the mad rush rn the cafeterla, the buzz buza of t e audlophone That flrst gym class was qurte an experlence too, not to mentron t e novelty of muslc and art classes It was all such a change from grammar school and I felt so yery grown up The senxors seemed to haye dlfferent Ideas, though as we soon dlscovered by thelr amused glances when we passed 1n the corrldors Wfhen lxfe had just about settled down to a famnlnar pattern, extra currrcular HCIIVI tles began to take on an lmportance For days the only toplc of COHNCFSFIIIOII was the unror Student C ouncll electrons and oh what feyerrsh eampalgmng' Then of course, there were those afternoon dances, first on the l1st of soenal musts I he assemblles, mostly hxlarxous, were a blg attraetxon and the basketball and foot to happen eyery day 'Ihese past two years, though, the adyenture has worn off so that nt seems as nf we ye been here forex er now I must know eyery corner of the place from 407 down to 179 and I can t thmk of any thmg to terrlfy me any more -except maybe those classes w hen Iye neglected to do my homework Its yery confusing to thmk th II three years haye gone by and ln .mother three l ll be gradu lied X et ll seems such 1 short time ago th II I was 17th gr lder giggling pushing and rushlrg e lgerly to classes with a green book bag oy er my shoulder Now next fall High Qehool I wonder whtt ll ll be like anyway l wonder lf If ll be like they say ll lb XVell, come September, Ill know But trll then ah, yaeatnon " x W ,f - H y Y , L , l l l a l Mya I J - 4 S ' f ' ' I r y ' , , e , ' h , I ' . . ' , , , . ' h x 1. ' 1 V , , , . ' ' , , h , A Y l ' I K w 7 . ' I I I I ' V ' ' 1 f I ' - ' - c , I ball fames were too. It was all a new adventure, and somethin excitin f seemed fa 1 vi r v 3 A ' V A . 7 A ' A v Y ' I v v 1 -' . - 2 3 y .1 1 r g 1 v r ' 1 1 A A ' x f . R.. ".' -.1 -- - 1- ' .1 1 f"2 11 hyulyr' ry ' ' 1-nyf Q . I ,Z " , . V - f ' l- ' I ' . I I 4 ' - f ' - if " 'f ' l Class Histor june 1947 DEAR DIARY Tonight was graduation I still can t quite believe it It doesn t seem possible that I won t be seeing some of the kids agam Six years is a long time and thmgs begin to grow on you after awhile There s so much Ill miss but remembering can be fun too Tonight for instance-graduation was always something to read about in books and now it s just a memory There was something rather unreal the aisle hoping that cap would stay at the right angle laughmg and talking after wards then saying good bye And that was all Could it have been only two or three months ago when I had the days counted till graduation? I remember so many times when the work kept piling up and I never wanted to see another book agam But I always managed to survive and then it started all over again There were those classes where everything would go wrong all at once and the teacher just didn t understand But there were a few too that were really something to look forward to One of the things I ll miss most though is football There s noth mg exactly like watchmg one of those Raiders race down the Held for a touch down as they have so often Basketball was very exciting too Especially this last year those boys were really good and when we went to the Tourney ' Dances were a big feature and so much fun too-barn dances record hops mformals semis and the Prom' The Prom vsas like nothing else and I don t thmk I ll ever forget it Probably no one else will either Oh yes the Victory dances banquets the North Star on Thursdays the Red Cross Shows the trips in town to plays and special movies and on and on If I m not careful I ll be writing a book here Well it s about time to close and tomorrow s another day Guess I ll wait and see what happens I know one thing though Ill certainly miss North and all the fun Ive had and all the friends Ive made We lx is l i A I n - x- . 1 ' i l l ' L 2 3 9 1 , . . , . , . 1 , . D about it all: singing the Alma Mater, receiving our diplomas, walking sedately up ' - Y. I - 9 I 1 v Q Y 9 ' ' GIRL PA I' C ASFY II AN SULLIVAN MARY LUC E MARION MYERS MARY LUC F DOROTHY HFAMAN BARBARA PRAY MARY LUC F IRFNF O NEIL PAIJLINF CORTELL IxATY LEAVFNS IxA'IY LFAVFNS PA'I C ASFY DOROTHY I-IFAMAN FFLIC F XVHVI C OMB 5ARAH MARTIN II AN CIDDINC19 PRUDI NCI ABBO'I 'I II AN IxI MNO LII I IAN HAR I IRIPNF O NFIL IRFNI ONFIL MARX LLCI Ideal F01 fyex H1111 Smzle food 1mt11red11ess Penomzlzlm P0151 Il I rzemllnzcu D6f76Ildd!7llIf1 D1e5v Dldllltlflff Dtlllflll fllbletlfv IIIISIF C ourleu D1g 11111 CC lun lrzvefnlnzblz G1 PI11 Xllflld lfzgnrel SIIFIIUI' fm ren SIClJflllH"5lJlfI I 14111111111 BOY HARRY COLLINS JOE LONCANNON ART BARRETT MALCOLME CLAPP LLOYD CARROLL ARTHUR GREEN ROBERT BELLIVEAU LLOYD CARROLL ROBERT POW ERS EDWARD RADCLIFFE JACK STEVENS PAUL DOHERTY LEO LLLHINI DONALD RLAY BILL DE1SS PALL DOHERTY ROX NIFMELA TONY MAC ALLSO RAE BERNARDI ROBERT PHILBRICJY ROBERT POXX FRS ROBERT POV FRS FDXVARD RADC LIFFF 1' uv' , ' . i 3 . 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I .- DOTEN THOMSGN 40 Billings Road . . f S . ,-X20 BLACKWOOD PHARMACY R DENICOLA BS Phc Reg Pharm 663 Hancock St cor Beale St WOLLASTON MASS Phone PREs1dent 7235 OLSON S Hobbm Radzo 8: Toys 311 Newport Avenue VUOLLASTON 70 MASS Complzments 0 CUMMINGS CO 0 Dresses 0 Coats 0 Sportswear Hancock Street Qumcy CAFARELLA S MARKET Newbury Avenue NORTH QUINCY Complzmenls o NEWCOMB S BAKERY 67 Hancock Street GRA 0465 15 Bnllmgs Road PRE 1129 C omplzments o S H EDWARDS Plum bm g and Heatzng A L TURNER Hardware 471 Hancock Street Flectrzcal Supplzes Grams 8: Ferizlzzers E S DENNEEN Tel GRA 1167 GEORGE R ANDREWS INC F amslg Drug gzsts Reg Pharm Mgr 68 Newbury Axe Atlantlc Mass Telephone GRAn1te 6180-9685 9689 Lomplzments o FRIEND STUDENTS SPA Cand 1 Grocenes Ice Cream BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS of 47 NORTH QUINCY BARBER SHOP PAT TED joe 4-5 Blllmgs Road NORTH QUINCY JOHN NICKERSON Ire Cream Cand1 freetmg Cards I resb Bakem Daily Hucluns Axe Squantum . ' f y 1 ' f ' f Builders' Supplies - Paints - - Radios GEORGE R. ANDREWS, Ph-G- - . f A V 1 .. ... WELCH S CAMERA 84 CARD CENTER Plfotographzc Supplzes of All Kinds 680 Hancock Street VUOLLASTON 70 MASS PHYLLIS CUNEO SCHOOL Of DANCING Ballet Tap 8. Acrobatzc Dancing Studzos Leglon Hall Revere Rd umcy 86 Beale St Wollaston Tel GRA 3940 Sportsu ear Gou MAE DEANE DRESS SHOP 16 Beale Street WOLLASTON 70 MASS BEALE STREET PHARMACY INC Rtssfu. S KEENE PhG Req Pharm Manager 661 Hancock St cor Beale St Wollaston PRE 7117 LEMON S MARKET 349 Newport Ave Wollaston fUnder Neu Management? Meats Crocerzes Vegetables Deln ery Phone 3643 SHELDON W LEWIS SclJoolSuppl1es Paper Supplzes Dennison s Goods 49 BEALE STREET MAY 0619 atcbmaker jeu eler RICHARD J GORMAN 73A Beale Street WOLLASTON MASS PRE D031 W afcbes Dtamonds Szlzeru are C1 ts PAY 81 TAKE FOOD SHOP Strzctl1 Home Made Foods 4 Brook Street Wollaston Tel PREs1dent 0371 Tuxedos to Rent READ and WHITE 111 Summer St Boston JACK S CARD SHOP 50 Brllmgs Road NORTH QUINCX Creetzng Cards Rental I lbrarx Compliments of WOLLASTON FRUIT CO Beale Street WOLLASTON W S WELLS CO Ceneral D11 Goods 319 New port Awe XX ollaston GRA 73:7 - - I I - Y - - - Y , - Q ' , . ' 'ns , . A I . , . . K. ., , . , f - -- I ' ' Gi 'ts - Novelties -- Stationery .1 1 ' ll ' f W 1 .f N ' , . , f - . . V V - if Y 7 . I 1 K, If T- I 1 . - , . f 1 7 Tel GRAn1te 9085 HAMILTONS MELODY SHOP Records Niuszc Radzo and Accessories 68 A Bnllmgs Rd North Qumcy Best ll :shes to I be Class o 47 BEALE STREET FISH MARKET MAY 0039 C omplzments 0 LOUIS DAITCH WOLLASTON MASS Dresser Suzts E1 emng 81 Sports Wear jumors Misses Wfomen 5 Half Sizes CORAL DRESS SHOPPE GRA 3160 Call GRAn1te 7500 CALIFORNIA CLEANSERS 81 DYERS Expert Tailoring 8z Repanzng 660 Hancock St Wollaston Mass NEWPORT MARKET 297 Newport Avenue Fruit Vegetables Grocerze.f8z Deluatesxen GRA 6050 also GRA 972-4 nder lXeu Management Przces Reduced THE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES OF BRETT S 7 705 WEST SQUANTUM STREET NORTH QUINCY C on gratulate The G1 adzzatev of Nwtla Qumcy Hzgla School CLASS of 1947 n . 7' , ,. f.. ,, J ' f . 'T '.-.4 ' , . 175 Beale Sffeef 68-i Hancock St. Wollaston . . . . . X . I U T Y 9 -03-.. ' DEWARE BROS The C111 5 Largest I 111161111 Home and Chapel INON SELTARIAN A NAME YOL CAN TRL ST G A I I 21 376 Hancock Strcct Wfollaston Fo111f1l1111c 1115 o BLACKER and SHEPHARD LUMBER CORP NEWPORT AVENUE NORTH QUINCX Co111pl1111e11ts 0 BURNS INC FORMAL Cl O FHES IOR RENTAL Academic Robes Wfraps Weddxng, Gowns VCIIS Summer Formals Tuxedos Brndesmands Dresses Accessorles NIEN WOMEN Sty le S11 1 Ice 5111111411011 100 SUMMER STREFT BOSTOIN R . A' C I Building Materials , O . Y Y . A 1 MURPHY Linens and Domesizcs 681 Hancock St near Beale WOLLASTON MASS GRA 8890 H DIBOINA M DIBONA WOLLASTON HARDWARE CO 17 Hancock St Wollaston Mass GRA 2005 Plunabznkg and Heatzng Contractors PREsldent 0264 XVILLLIAM F JOYCE ll atcbmaleer jeu eler 58 Blllmgs Road umcy Mass C om plzm ents o A FRIEND Congratulations to the C lass 0 47 WHEELER 81 MACLEOD Tel GRA 9491 CII TS IOR GOLFERS Clubs Bags Golf Balls etc Expert Instructzons DAN MLNIECE Professfonal WOLLASTON GOLF CLUB NORTH QLINCY MID TOWN RADIO SERVICE 649 Hancock sf Wollaston Mass GRA 6373 Ampzlficff snlcfacscmcc Recordings WALTER -I HANNON TIRE CO fulcanzzmg Recappzng A eu and L sed Tzres 488 HANCOCK STREET Tel GRAmte 7077 Complznlents GIRLS CLUB -17 SIDS TUXEDO SHOP SIDNEH SLCEL . . , ' ' ., St. 7 - - , I . , . 1 . . Q . 7, g i fb' 325 Hancock sn Nonn Quincy 71 ' ' I I . 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U' zvbes CLASS of mm MEL S SPA Sen IHA Delzcmus Hendrze 5 Icc Cream HUB CARRIAGE CO lntermcg Lrclusn ely to ,Im uulev nz Illflllfllft und 1599 H lncock St Quincy M155 PRI 3379 fllllplllllelllf o HRST NATIONAL STORES 'luomfxb Smlm Hmmgcr Tel MAY 2317 HOWIE Sz CRAMOIXID Prescrlptmu Ofzlzcmm 1177 Hancock Street QUINCY 69 MASS Oppovlle Husomc Temple fomplllllerzts 0 PRI 7600 flpplmrzrc v I ual 011 K mzl C okc -IOHNJ GALLAGHER INC, Buzldmg, Materzalv Builders Hurduure 241 Hancock St North Qumcy 100 Feder 11 Ave umcy I he Manwlgcment 81 I mploy ces of BOBBIE S BEAUTY SHOP: E 74 LOTIAGI: AVLNUE C our mtulaimns to the Craduates n Aortb Qumcy High School C lass 0 1947 f Ulllflllllldllh 0 BAKER DRUG C Ulllfllllllfllff 0 DOWNS PHARMALX INL Hancock St 8. Blllmgs Rd f1Nexlt0 Cmnt cj 'Icl GRA 1110 4 ' 7' C ' . j 7 '47 f , - , Infants' 84 ClJildreu'.v Apparel JQHN MCCANN . . I , b - . , I 4' , ' b. f ' I. . I 5 I , ' : I w I . ' 1 ' L . fl, C fllllfllllllf nts 0 SQUANT UM MARKET 46 Izast Squmtum Street SQUANTLM Bert ll If Ju PRAN1x X BURNS E THEATRES REGFNT THEATRE FOX S MARIXET II77 H lntock btrtct 60 Irmklm Strut QUINC Y PR 1734 LLONARD 5 PPRFUMERS 6 Ulllflllllllllfi n QUINC Y AUTO SUPPLX CO l UlIlf7llll1C uit of U5 Bnllmgs Rd Norfolk Downs GRA 5317 CO? WIFI ICS Such famouv Hake: av Ruclon Coty Y1rdley Lentherrt XV I GRANT NORIOLR DONVN5 MASS, Llu tlxth Arden I'IOLll7l2, mt Mart Futor DuBarrs Old Spine etc Tampa Fflllf Co IRL1IStx'PRODlCI 7 57 Ilmtotk btrutt Nilffh UUIHU lL CRA 569 f , 74 I 1 2 j 'M Q s i fn f Q ff I "' X " I. ' A, 1 t . , . w f I1 A, - ,. . Q , 4 I J . - . . V n '- Q . . .11 . v ff - . ' .f . . .t ,S ,, I ,, '- : ' 'q . ,Z , - ,i - v 1, J- 4' ' . ' a I V"' '.: 7'J , . V J.. -v' u' , i, ' ' ,. '4 1 AA x . "-l.i .' E Cougi Clll1lflfl0lIS to THE CLASS OF 1947 7 0171 Iom Big F1l6ll6lIlJ Stow NORFOLK NURSERIES an FLORAL SERVICE 787 Hancock St Opp No Qumpy Hugh Hou ers for All Occaszom frees Shrubs and Pot Plants featurmg A complete Landvcapmig 8: C round Improz emeul Departmenl C111 PRF 5930 Phone GRA 07 70 Ypefzallsts nz .Motor Am1l1 nv and Carburetor Dependable Used Curr HANCOCK MOTOR SALES and SERVICE Ceuer Il Automobile Repazrmg Butte: 1 Igmtzorz 8: T0llI7lL Serzzce 330 D96 Hfmcock St W0ll1ston Mass ELDRIDGE CLEANSERS and DX ERS ill ll ork Done on tbe Premzvev 70 77 BROOR STREET GRA 7-430 C 0lI1f7l1lIlCl1lY0f MASSACHUSETTS ENGINEERING CO INC NORTH QLINCY MASS 1 , . . 1 1 0 . 4. , . 5 u a 1 ' - .Y T . ' . , . I I I L 1 I h lww- .. Y. I '. 1 I - K k 11 41 A .h ' 1 'V . K , I - . J f ., . I . . 7 A -9 . f ' ' F B Rich 8k ons c'11Anm2H8 5 Billings Rcnd NORTH QUINCX IYIASS. II lun I on Iblllk 0 DISflIICf1l c j E W ELR I TRANSPORTATION llmfk 1 Uv ucntm Mdhffrcy 7 BIIIIDQSS Rold MOVING STORAC E GRADHL 1787 WORTH QUINCY C :mf lima ul HOWARD JOHNSONIS IAMOI S If I IRI AM . . . ' S 1 ' ' I . y 1 A . . . .'j f ,I , ,.. f I . I . ,, ff. Q f , ., 1- 1 2 I '. I 1 I fr a"ynf ' f. ,122 Complimeflis of H G W YOUNG CO YOUNGS FOOD CUTTIING MACHINES BOSTON MASS SWIFT and BACHMAN INC RUSSELL SWIII IR hLL1s BACHMAN CHRI SLER PLY MOUTH SALES SERVILI: 310 Wdshlngtmvn Street GRAmte 7400 umu fa olmc' IIIIJIIC 111 Il Biltcrlc 'Inc' md lube' 377 H xnuxk St cor F Squmtum CRAn1tc 8410 f . . ' ' 1 , O 1 , - 1 Socony-Vacuum Super Service Station fx ' -, "1 YJ- 1 "",r-"Ln W X Hex! ll"ixfJex of '17 Dr. joseph E. McDermott OPTOMETRIST C fllllflllllll nts 0 Slax Footxx CIF, Inc IIB 513, lI'I10I'i, btrut NORTH QDHNCX 'VL-X55 HANCOCK Pzunt 84 Varmsh L NORT H QLJINK 3 MASS 1,1111 ipflfllllfilf In Rdflltvlllf All the lnlmu Carlson Tmxcl Scrum C R Xnm. 1 4. . I I I , , , ,, , 1111 if S 111511014 S'l'Rlili'l' Qlilwcix' SQUARI Q z A ' P051 SillC67'6 C0l1gl'llfIlltlfi0llS to THE CLASS of 47 7 OWL the Lntlre personnel it Clothes that make the grade r e Io o J P0 Q c co yo O H 9 U I I I KENNEDYS UNDERGRAD SHOP TOTS and TEENS SHOPPE 46 BILLINGS ROAD PR 7415 M DE MATTEO CONSTRUCTION CO 700 HANK OC K SIRH I PRL 8810 C cnc ral C nntraflors 9 A .I . 2 ' 9 q Y fa I , , V -. , - f f 0 9 0 0 To Q mrxor courge ln sm rt I Cloth'-9 try Kenn dys m u' E- A . Underfrezd Shep the I c where oil up- r.dA mmg unq n.em qqlher for rio ..v.1r1e:t clgrhef m in-3 do -mom r o th ccxrmpus Youll hm-i lexckets, slow.-ks, topcocfs suits and furmsh- . mga with gust the ngh! .lYY'lO'JDY - of ,il s, emi cd., selvjg fmi If '.f.'.g jmbnlerf up 'T fl Gm if A if 4 l ' 1 ' ' ,A C Ulllflllllll nt r 0 SOUTH SHORE CONSTRUCTION CO 1058 HANCOCK STREET PRE 0100 A F PHILLIPS ru I Ulu Claim lolntut Phonc CzRAn1tL 7830 5 Brook St Wo111ston Mlss C Ulllflllllll ul: 0 ABBOTT 6. 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