North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA)
- Class of 1952
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WHATEVER THE OVERT TRIUMPHS OF
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF PROGRESS AT NORTH
OUINCY HIGH SCHOOL, THERE REMAINS AN UN-
BEATABLE COMPOSITE FOR A WAY OF LIVING
WHICH TO US IS NORTH QUINCY HIGH ITSELF:
Teachers who nurture . . . . . 6
Students who QFOVZI . . . . . I2
Sports that build . . . . 42
Activities that recreate. . . . . 60
Friends who suppdrt . . . . . 86
North Quincy, Massachusetts
John S. Hofferty
John T. Moore
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"To thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not tloen be false to any 1nan.' '
As we celebrate our silver anniversary, it becomes a
suitable time to contemplate on three essential periods
of development: past, present, and future.
The above quotation can be of deep significance in
our meditations appropriate to such aspects of time,
and may serve as a guide to security and contentment
in our own lives. It is highly recommended as a funda-
mental principle to follow.
Surely our graduates, a large number of whom have
distinguished themselves most favorably, must have
had consciously or otherwise this motto in mind. They
have set a most suitable goal for our own future and
one that can only be reached through efforts and
ideals comparable to their own.
May the members of this class succeed to an even
Your welfare is our maior interest. Our staff stands
ever ready to serve.
Best wishes always,
JAMES S. COLLINS, Principal
MISS CAROLINE WELCH
Her earnestness of purpose, her mas-
tery ot the art of teaching, her generous
sympathies, and her spiritual integrity
have quickened our minds into purpose-
ful action. To Miss Caroline Welch, who
is the embodiment of those ideals she
holds before us, we dedicate the MANET
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DEPARTMENT HEADS: Firsf Row, leff to righf: Hermon M. Noyes, Social Studies, Frank E.
MacDonald, Math, Melvin C. Jack, Commercial. Second Row, left fo right: Ruth H. Leavift,
English, Frank L. Bridges, Science, Caroline Welch, Guidance.
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ENGLISH: First row, left to right: John K. Young, Ruth H. Leavitt, Marjorie E. Currier.
Second row, left to right: Ruth Meisner, Rose C. Enos, John S. Hofferty.
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COMMERCIAL: First row, left to right: Marie E. Youngerman, Melvin C. Jack, John J.
Mullarkey. Second row, left to right: Sara Tolchinsky, Lillian M. Gormley.
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GUIDANCE: First row, left to right: Louise D. Fifield, Caroline Welch, Mable Pratt. Second
row, left to right: Margaret M. Flavin, Ruth Meisner, Marion B. Reinhardt, Marjorie E.
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Left to right: MATH: Seated: Frank E. MacDonald. Standing, left to
Katherine G. McCoy, Alice Gray. right: Marion B. Reinhardt, Katherine F. Horrigon.
LANGUAGES: Left to right: Louise D. Fitield, John W. Walsh, Roberta
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SOCIAL STUDIES: First row, left to right: Mable Pratt, Hermon M. Noyes, Norman D.
MacWilIiam. Second row, left to right: Margaret M. Flavin, Katherine Countie, Clerk.
SCIENCE: Seated: Frank L. Bridges Standmg left to right Roy L Smclalr Wilma
Gerald J. Lyons.
PRACTICAL ARTS: First row, left to right: Helen A Melanson Ruth MacGregory Second
row, left to right: Ralph D'Entremont, Walter H Warrlner Edgar H Phnlllps
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FINE ARTS: Seated, left to right: Elizabeth P. Sherman,
Beatrice V. Fitts. Standing: Anne P. Sawitsky.
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75 West Elm Avenue
"Andy"-Amateur salesman . . . First-class mechanis . . . Eye-arresting
Honor Roll 'l.
25 West Squantum Street
Old clarinets never die, they iust blow away . . . Paperboys on parade
. . . "Where're the P. F.'s?"
Band, I, 2, 3, Orchestra, 1, Glee Club, 'l, Honor Roll, I, 2.
ROBERT L. ATKINSON
235 Holbrook Road
"Bob"-For rugged activities, a rugged individual . . . Can tickle even
a cynic's funny bone.
Student Council, 3, Baseball, I, Spanish Club, 2, Manet, 3, Football,
2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3.
ROBERT L. BAKER
91 Atlantic Street
"Bake"-If not sleeping, he's eating . . . Doesn't live in Squantum, but
you'd never know it . . . "That's the way it goes."
PETER J. K. BARRETT
7 Albany Street
"Pete"-"This is the straight scoop" . . . Way with the females . . .
Sees the funny side of everything . . . Life has its ups and downs, huh Pete?
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3,
Football, 2, Basketball, I, 2, Honor Roll, 3. g
56 Division Street
"How did it get in your locker?" . . . Popcorn popper . . . Lone female
Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Committee,
3, Honor Roll, I.
I4 Blake Street
"Texas"-Driving lessons . . . For girls only . . . Rugged boy in North's
forward wall . . . This is a wall?......
Prom Committee, 3, Football, 2, 3.
27 Copley Street
"Jo"-Remember 309! . . . The boys across the river . Oh, those
paiama parties! . . . Bundle of Laughs.
Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 'l.
ROBERT A. BENSON
136 Belmont Street
"Beans"-Society always arrives late . . . High-pressure salesman . . .
His small feet make him a natural for athletics and dancing.
National Honor Society, 2, 3 lPresident 35, Spanish Club, 2, 3 CPresident
27, Prom Committee, 3, Student Council, 2, Glee Club, 3, Manet, 3, Boys'
State, 2, Good Government Day, 2, Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2,
Honor Roll, 3, Football, I, 2, 3, Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, Track, I, 2, 3.
30 Ellington Road
"Tim"-"Which car tonight, guys?" . . . Oh, those clothes . . . Marsh-
Prom Committee, 3, Rifle Club, I, Football, 2, Baseball, 'l, Basket-
ball, 'l, 2.
DAVID H. BLANEY
232 Beach Street
"Dave"-Three years in two . . . The music goes round and round.
Band, 'l, 3, Glee Club, 'l, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 3.
EDWARD C. BLINN
127 Wilson Avenue
"Big Ed"-Dead-Eye Dick . . . Amateur florist . . . Big Ed with the black
DeSoto and yellow suspenders.
Band, I, 3, Tennis, l, 3, Rifle Club, 1, 2, Golf, 2.
33 Sewall Street
"Jan"-Gray convert and red tickets . . . "How about stale doughnuts,
Janet?" . . . "Hi, Dear."
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Girls'
Sports, 3, Rifle Club, 3.
257 North Central Avenue
"Joanie"-A worthy Rainbow girl . . . Saturday nights at the Strand . . .
Guess who? . . . Those French telephone calls . . . "Voulez-vous? . . ."
Girls' Club, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3, Monet, 3, Honor
Roll, 2, 3.
MARJORIE ANN BREDESEN
44 North Bayfield Road
"Margie"-lnterest lies in green coupes . . . A quick tan . . . Goes for
swimming, but skiing-not even for Phil!
Girls' Bowling, 2, Drill Team, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 'l, 3.
'I77 Harriet Avenue
"Speedy"-Chum-Chum . . . "l'm game" . . . Busy secretary for us
seniors . . . Brett's . . . Favorite color: "Red."
Class Secretary, 3, North Star, 1, Girls' Bowling, 'l, 3, Dance Commit-
tee, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Graduation
Marshall, 2, Girls' Sports, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
'l8 Pierce Street
"Shorty"-Nautically minded . . . Female hoopster . . . "No tips,
please" . . . Patience with the small fry.
Glee Club, 'l, Orchestra, 'l, Biology Club, 'l, 3, Honor Roll, 'l, 2, Girls'
Sports, 'l, 2, 3.
87 Tyler Street
".lim"-"T" squares, ice cream, and slide rules . . . Night hawk . . .
Concoction for every occasion.
History Club, 2, Bioligy Club, 1, Rifle Club, 1, 2, Boys' Bowling, 1, 2.
HELEN ANN BRUTON
'I7 Channing Street
"HeIing"-Nimble with a thimble . . . Proud possessor of coulottes and
white moccasins . . . Fixture at N. Q. Drug.
Girls' Club, 3, Sketch Club, 1, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3, Cheer-
leader, 3, Girls' Sports, 'l, 2, 3.
JEAN R. BULGER
'I4 Clark Street
"Bul"-North's "RabeIaisian" humorist . . . Stag barbecues . . . Milton
Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
87 Franklin Avenue
Spic n' Span . . . Dancing's dreamy . . . Wool socks and sneaks . . .
Is anybody hungry?
Girls' Sports, l, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3 iSecretary 21, Dance Commit-
tee, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3 iExecutive Boardi, Rifle Club, 3, Honor
173 Billings Road
incomparable lndividualist . . . "Einstein-who's he?" . . . Tiger . . .
"I doubt that."
National Honor Society, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Manet, 3, Library Book
Recommendation Committee, 2, 3, Track, 2.
68 Glover Avenue
"Doug"-Spends much time at Baker Drug . . . Can be seen at night
driving Murph 8, Co. around in his black car.
Hockey, 'l, 2, Baseball, l.
FREDERICK F. CAMPBELL
59 Hodges Avenue
"Skip"LBetter known as Fred . . . Skippy plays for the Var-si-ty . . .
Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3.
79 Sharon Road
"Art"-That vacation in Falmouth . . . l could be a genius, but I don't
Football, 2, Spanish Club, 3.
DONALD R. CAREY
T8 Faxon Road
"Don"-Zombie mixer . . . Show fan . . . Sharp suspenders . . . Fish.
GEORGE L. CAREY
39 Gladstone Street
Squantum Sampson . . . Does his hunting on the mainland.
10 Colby Road
".lerry"-Fill 'er up and defend that goal . . . Takes life in its stride.
Hockey, 3, Manet, 3.
JOSEPH M. CATALDO
18 Bloomfield Street
"Joe"-That's the way the ball bounces . . . Varsity Joe . . . Smooth
dancer . . . Spider.
Dance Committee, 2, 3, Track, 1, Basloetball, l, 2, 3, Baseball, 'l.
ANNE M. CHANDLER
38 Wedgewood Street
"Anabelle"-Drumbeats-heartbeats . . . Green shoes . . . Chain bracelets
. . . What's cooking? . . . Lark in the Glee Club . . . Row, Row, Row,
Biology Club, l, 2, Nurses' Career Club, 'l, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3, Girls'
Club, 3, Future Momemakers of America, 3.
A 85 East Squantum Street
"Weasie"-One of the Epicurean Ferguson Girls! . . . Theme song:
Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardl, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3.
MARION LOUISE CLARK
148 Wilson Avenue
"Mar"-Milton Canteen and the Captain of the Whiz Kids . . . Coffee
half, please . . . "Thinking of You" . . . Marigold 2.
Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Honor Roll, I, 2, Girls' Sports, 3,
Girls' Bowling Club, 'l.
'I4 Mayflower Road
"Pat"-Happy disposition . . . Neat and attractive . . . March l7's
bundle of ioy.
Girls' Club,,3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, I, 2, 3.
BRADFORD RUSSELL CLEVERLY
201 Farrington Street
"Brad"-A newy from Hingham . . . Pleasantlyhlearning 'the ropes at
North via Girls' Club Prexy.
Glee Club, 2, Tennis, 2.
MARJORIE A. CLIFFORD
178 Harriet Avenue
"Margie"-Bell Bottom Trousers! . . . Loves "To trip the light fantastic."
Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Honor Roll, I, Girls'
Bowling, 'I, 2.
JANET ANN COBE
77 Quincy Shore Boulevard
Want some real estate? . . . Down around Buzzard's Bay . . . "I'll Say"
. . . Hoist the Mains'l . . . Painted statues . . . Knits mittens. .
Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, I, 2, 3.
. 'I73 Hobart Street
"Jeep"-George delights poisoning the guys at lunch with his-cooking?
. . . Spends some of his time in class . . . Come On 'A My House!
Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3, Football, 'I, 2, 3, Baseball, 'l, 2.
'I6'l Arlington Street
"Jo-Jo"-Hair Styling lA Hobby, A Career! . . . "You Boob!" . . . North's
own style setter . . . Special interest in Rhode Island . . . Pizza and
Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3.
187 Belmont Street
"Eddie"-"Got a strike" . . . Air Force Blue . . . "En Francais" . . .
Still partial to Roslindale . . . Legion . . . Speak up!
Girls' Bowling, 1, 2, 3 lCaptain I, 2, 33, Library Staff, 2, 3, Girls' Club,
3, North Star, 3, Library Recommendation Club, 3.
I2 Randlett Street '
"Cookie"-Draw, Two Gun . . . North's 3rd Period town cfier . . .
Dance Committee, 2, Prom Usher, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Class Day Com-
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' 334 Billings Road
M f "Don"-Braving the raging waters of Quincy Bay . . . Either in a car
Ii or under one . . . Hates late dates . . . Dance? Who, me?
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60 Hamilton Avenue
"Cozzy"-"Turnabout" . . . Schooner . . . Trips to Marblehead . . .
A Feline fancier . . . Barrel of lobsters . . . Vacation at the yacht club.
I t Girls' Club, 3.
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, -sw' 33 Milton Road
Keeps the hospital in business . . . "Wait till next year" . . . How's Ted
Q' 2, Williams? . . . "Over the fence."
Baseball, I, 2, Basketball, 'l, 2, 3, Foot,ba'll, 'l, 2, 3.
113 East Elm Avenue
"Ken"-WoIlaston's green hornet . . . School chauffeur . . . One of the
S. P. P. boys . . . "Watch out for the bus."
Hockey, I, 2, 3, Baseball, 'l, 2, Cross Country, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Class Day
56 Pond Street
"Bill"-Abe's handyman . . . Hopes to make his fortune in teaching . . .
li Another American in Paris.
3, 4. Teachers' Career Club, I, Glee Club, I, North Star, 'I, 2, 3.
r r JAMES CROWLEY
227 Farrington Street
f l l A, 6 H A "Duke"-Of Montclair . . . Member of the Hourin Crew . . . Springer
5 WE' ' ' '- M flyfy . . . Another S. P. P.
1 ' Q g l'f Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Football, I, Hockey, I, 2, 3,
fm Baseball, I, 2, Cross Country, 3.
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1 I4 Sachem Street
,Q I "Franny"-Worn-out front fence . . . Sabre Dance . . . Food . . . School's
gf f ' a minor issue . . . "Honestly" . . . Poodle cut . . . "l'll start tomorrow."
.ip f Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling, 'l, 2, Biology Club, 1, 2, 3, Glee
A V Club, I, History Club, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 2, Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3,
t lr - Student Council. 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 3.
PATRICK W. CROZIER
132 Sagamore Street
"Pat"-Man behind the scenes . . . Fixture in 330 . . . Hobby-electricity
lshockingll . . . Car doctor . . . Tinkers with radios.
Motion Picture Operators Club, I, 2, 3 lVice President, 23.
85 West Squantum Street
"Betty"-"Hold it, Goog" . . . Cocoa Malt . . . "Is that a gray con-
vertible?" . . . Vic Damone, Blueberry Hill, and Bob . . . Marigold 5.
Girls' Club, 3.
23 Channing Street
Whether a cash register she rings or a bowling ball she flings-always
North Star, I, 2, Girls' Bowling, 'I, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, I.
ROBERT J. DANA
545 Hancock Street
"Bob"-Dabbles in drawing . . . Takes in History and wants to give
some of it back . . . Ambrosia has nothing on his Cape Cod scallops.
99 Highland Avenue
"Gill"-Early bird . . . Loves to talk to the person in front . . . As the
Buick goes rolling along.
Tennis, l, 2, 3, Rifle Team, l, 2, 3.
297 Atlantic Street
"Margie"-Fought for her big letter . . . Shine . . . 5 o'clock coffee . . .
S. H. S .... G. G. P .... Chocolate ice cream and pizza . . . Style queen.
Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 3, Spanish Club, 'l, Prom Commit-
tee, 3, Girls' Sports, 'l, 3, Drill Team, 'l, 2, Drum Maiorette, 3.
JOANNE M. DE NAPLES
'l6'l Tenean Street
"Jo-Jo"-Female Bud Fisher . . . Tickles the ivories . . . Italian spaghetti,
North Star, 2, 3, Monet, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Sketch Club, 3, Spanish
Club, 3, Library Staff, 2, Girls' Sports, 'l, 2, 3.
JOSEPH A. DERRINGER, JR.
40 Ruthven Street
"Joe"-His casual "hi" . . . Likes hayrides with his cider . . . Poker face
in P. D .... Pansy peddler . . . Red hair with character.
Boys' Bowling, 'I, 2, Football, 'l, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Dance Commit-
tee, 3, Baseball, 3.
CHARLES H. DOHERTY
84 Sharon Road
"Chuck"-Lives baseball . . . Fed well enough between home and
supermart . . . Engineering his way to higher education.
Football Manager, 'l, Baseball, 2, 3.
46 Walnut Street
"Bob"-Night owl at the garage . . . King Donahue cracks his whip . . .
Motto-"Never too many."
Football, 'l, 2.
65 Holmes Street
"Margie"-"Oh gee, Oh gee" . . . Wrigley's best customer . . . Drum
maiorettes' guardian angel.
North Star, 'l, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Drill Team, 'l, Drum Maior-
ette, 2, 3.
EDWARD V. DOYLE
59 Ashworth Road
"Silas"-The reason they call Oldsmobiles "Rockets" . . . Strike-out
artist . . . 4 o'clock shadow.
Baseball, 'l, 2, 3.
89 Belmont Street
Keeps an eye on New Hampton Prep . . . Struts on and off the gridiron
. . . Lady basketball arbitrator.
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, 3, Prom
Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2, History Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3,
Drill Team, 'l, 2, Drum Maiorette, 3, Girls' Sports, 'l, 2, 3.
EDWARD THOMAS DUFFY
15 Greenwood Avenue '
"Duff"-Where the Liffey flows . . . Halcyon days at Boston English
. . Ignores coeds.
'CAROL J. DUNHAM
, 5 54 Walker Street
"Kitty"-Kitten on the keys . . . I dunno . . . So, who cares? . . . Madame
President of ABK Sorority.
3 Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3, Sketch Club, 1, 2, Manet Staff, 3, Glee Club,
1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Orchestra, 1, North Star, 3, Dance Committee, 2,
Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team, 1, Drum Maiorette, 2, 3, Girls' Sports, 3, Honor
Roll, 1, 2, Class Day Committee, 3.
110 Belmont Street . , A
"Jackie"-Heifitz's female counterpart! . . . Chauffeured in a beach
Orchestra, 1, 2, Future Homemakers of America, 1, Glee Club, 1.
.IAMES H. EARLS
159 East Squontum Street
"'.lim"4DeSotos over to Marie's . . . "Bat-er-up!"
Baseball, 2, 3.
CHARLES CLAYTON ELIOT
32 Greenwood Avenue
"Chuck"-Williston Academy . . . Them were the good old days . . .
Skiing has its ups and downs . . . Rabid Crimson rooter . . . Preparing to
dan the white sneakers of Brown.
Manet, 3, Class Day Committee, 3, Tennis, 1, Glee Club, 1.
F CHARLES P. FALLON
105 Hollis Avenue
"Chuck"-Good for a vaudeville chuckle . . . Rhumba king.
Hi-Y, 2, Football, 1, 2, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
CHAPMAN D. FAUROT
36 Hollis Avenue
, "Chappy"-"California, here I come . . . Till then . . . The University
City for me."
Track, 3,,Baseball, 3.
172 Harriet Avenue
"Ringo"-Connoisseur of peanut butter sandwiches . . . Celtic twinkle
in his eye. '
Basketball, 2, Football, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
JANE FLAHERTY s
60 North Bayfield Road
"Janie"-A nurse at Carney Hospietl . . . Jerry Lester fan.
Nurses' Career Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Bowling Club, 3.
ELLEN B. FOLEY
' 25 Wadsworth Street
"El"-The '50 Victory Dance . . . Passion for late arrivals and the piano
. . . Coffee frappes.
Future Homemakers of America, 3 ISecretaryl, History Club, 2, Girls'
Club, 3, Manet, 3, Rifle Club, 3. .
ROBERT EDWIN FOREST
15 Franklin Avenue
"Bob"-Wields a hockey stick and a pencil . . . Responsible for artistry
in '52 MANET . . . S. P. P .... Future plumber for all seniors.
Hi-Y, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3 lArt Editorl, Hockey, 1, 2, 3,
Baseball, I, 2, 3.
WILLIAM J. FORRISTALL
22 Hovey Street
"Bill"-North-American Spaniard . . . "Small Pratt" . . . Scituate . . .
Sharp shirts and knockout socks . . . Hits the books.
Spanish Club, 2, 3, North Star, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, I, Basketball,
'l, 2, Track, 3.
JOHN E. FOSTER
9 Oliver Street
"Buzz"-Where there's Hope there's Buzz . . . Detour perplexities, huh?
Football, 1, 3, Basketball, 'I, 2.
WALTER FRYE JR.
21 Ocean Street
"Buddy"-Playmaker anyway you look at it . . . Continually clowning
. . . Has creamed many an opposing ball-carrier.
Spanish Club, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Football, 3, Basketball,
'I, 2, 3, Baseball, I, Track, 3, Honor Roll, 'I.
68 Edwin Street
"Bob"-Comes from Southie . . . Afternoons at Elm Farm . . . Evenings
MARY ELLEN GALVIN
72 Conant Road
"Let's do something, huh???" . . . Frequent trips to Chestnut Hill, but
what clothes . . . Never misses a party.
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Manet, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Nurses' Career Club,
2, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 2, Library Staff, 1, North Star, I,
Honor Roll, I, Class Day Committee, 2. Q
g ANNE GAUDIANO
26 Chapman Street
Loves a good time . . . Always looks nice.
North Star, I, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2,
Girls' Bowling, 1, 2, 3.
258 North Central Avenue
"Stretch"-Twinkling eyes and dancing. feet . . . Gloria without a smile
is like North without a Manet.
Glee Club, 'l, Girls' Club, 3 CExecutive Boardl, North Star, 3, Tri-Hi-Y,
3, Library Staff, 2, Honor Roll, 'l, 2.
JOAN MARIE GILBODY
253 Highland Avenue
The meeting will now come to order . . . Full of good North Spirit
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Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 CPresident, 35, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club,
3, Cheerleader, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 3, Honor Roll, I.
JEANNE F. GILL
47 Young Street . '
"Jeannie"-North's Elsa Maxwell . . . Roller-skating, dancing, and
special coke . . . Juniors. -
Library Staff, 'l, Spanish Club, 3, Drill Team, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Girls'
Bowling, 3. -
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PATRICIA ELAINE GLOVER
2 Montclair Avenue
"Pat"-Takes her Spanish with both cookies and "Dear Charlie" tossed
in . . . Always willing to do a favor.
Spanish Club, 2, 3, History Club, 2, Future Homemakers of America, 2,
North Star, 2, Bowling Club, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3.
192 Holbrook Road
"Goldie"-Fraternity lads from B. U .... Knickerbocker . . . 1:30-2:30
. . . Green convertible.
Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team, 2, Drum Maiorette, 3, Girls' Bowling Club, 3.
79 East Elm Avenue
"Dick"-Sailing and bicycle field trips . . . A fresh-air fiend . . . Inter-
ested in girls and cars . . . The silent type.
Boys' Bowling Club, 1, Spanish Club, 3.
222 Wilson Avenue
"Hel"-Our little Miss Vogue . . . Collegiate . . . "Hi Gang."
History Club, 2, Glee Club, 1, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Biology
Club, 1, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3, North Star, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Girls'
Sports, 1, 2, 3, Manet, 3.
656 Hancock Street g
"Kathy"-Nova Scotia's Myra Hess . . . Dancing feet . . . Winter
sports fan. '
Girls' Club, 3, Glee Club, 3.
ANN K. GORMAN
178 Harriet Avenue
"BIeachie"-A. K. O'G .... No. 1 round Fat . . . Ambition: To take
over Dora Ferguson's.
Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, North Star, 2, Girls' Bowling, 1, Drill
Team, 1, 2, Class Day Committee, 3.
126 Wilson Avenue
"Frannie"-Tennis "dinker" . . . Tries any sport lthe bigger they are,
the harder they fall, huh Goose?l . . . Editor's note: So they're giving
Williams away, Gos?
Honor Roll, 1, Tennis Team, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Bowling Club, 2, 3.
48 Freeman Street
"Joe"-Rides the breeze at S. Y. C .... Shoots the breeze at Baker's
Drug . . . The eyes have it.
Baseball, 1, 2, 3.
12 Webster Street
"Clyde"-Swimming is the thing, future frogman . . . Athletic paragon
. . . Destination: Tahiti.
Hi-Y, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 2,
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Hockey, 3.
28 Cummings Avenue
Irish iigs . . . Red Sox fan . . . History classes and "The Night Before
Future Homemakers of America, 3, Library Staff, 3, Girls' Club, 3.
JOANNE MAY HALLETT
26 Sewell Street
".lo"-"Who's borrowed my homework now?" . . . Swimming, dancing,
skating . . . Wollaston Beach . . . "Y" . . . Rollerdrome . . . Baby sitter . . .
"Can I help you, Mom?"
North Star, 3.
PHYLLIS A. HANNON
5 Ellington Road
"Phil"-Hoopsters . . . Mayoress of Kennebunkport, Maine . . . "Let's
read our French" . . . Busy "Veep."
Vice President of Class, 3, Biology Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling Club,
1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, North Star, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 2, 3,
Prom Committee, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Reading Recommendation Com., 1,
Girls' State, 2, Graduation Marshall, 2, Honor Roll, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3,
Class Day Committee, 3.
220 Farrington Street
"Toots"-Makes attractive paper boy . . . One-handed hook shot . . .
Study periods in the cafeteria.
Spanish Club, 2, -3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3,
Girls' Club, 3 CExecutive Boardi, North Star, 2, Nurses' Career Club, 2,
Girls' Bowling Club, 1, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3.
52 Sherman Street
"Ward"-"Hooray, Hooray, l'm going away . . . With the man in the
little white coat" . . . Friendly.
Biology Club, 1, 2, Boys' Bowling Club, 1, 2.
AUDREY T. HATCH
140 Lansdowne Street
Two little red devils . . . French foods . . . Sports "natural" . . . Legiti-
mate stage . . . "Will you hear my French?" . . . Miss Fix-it.
Girls' Club, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 3, Monet, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2,
Dance Committee, 3, Girls' Bowling Club, 2, Rifle Club, 1, 3, Drill Team, 1,
Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3.
88 Standish Road
"Eddie"-Hates getting up in the morning . . . Works in the boom,
boom section of the band . . . A Sea Scout . . . Battle of Wollaston Bay.
Rifle Club, 1, Band, 2, 3.
83 Faxon Road
"Dick"-Pilots a snipe at S. Y. C .... Merrymount habitue.
132 Atlantic Street
"Jan"-T-E-A-M . . . Likes 'em short . . . Her daily hermits . . . "Jeekers"
. . . Waldo Yasedosak . . . Turned up socks . . . "Use psychology" . . .
The great Mr. B.
Library Staff, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 1, Student Council, 2, Tri-Hi-Y,
2, 3 lSecretary 31, Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardl, Manet, 3, Prom Com-
mittee, 3, Girls' Bowling Club, 1, Girls' Sports, 1, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Cheer-
leader, 3, Honor Roll, 3.
41 Ferndale Road
".lack"-A flash at tossing off thumb-nail sketches . . . Irish sense of
Spanish Club, 2, Hi-Y, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, Track, 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1.
139 Billings Road
"Nicky"-Vivacious . . . Sparkling eyes . . . Friendly.
Glee Club, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 1.
55 Marlboro Street .
"Hotrod"-"25 cents worth of gas, please" . . . Quiet . . . Businesslike.
118 Russell Street
"Hibby"-Miss Popularity, 1952 . . . Races against time Monday thru
Friday . . . Doubles as Esther Williams and Ginger Rogers . . . "Got any
dirt for me?" '
Girls' Club, 3 Nice Presidentl, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 iTreasurer, 37, Manet, 3,
Dance Committee, 3, Rifle Club, 3, North Star, 2, 3.
25 Farrington Street
"Eddie"-It ain't his brother' he's lovin' in The City of Brotherly Love
. . . A true friend. I
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Hockey, 2, 3. 5
19 Sagamore Avenue
"Doe"-Want your hair done? . . . "Let's hurry" . . . A "Piffle" fan . . .
Lou and her laugh.
North Star, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 2, Girls' Club, 3,
Glee Club, 1. I
149 Harvard Street '
A "Ken"-Trademark-sport shirts . . . New Hampshire . . . "Happy hunting
grounds"-Merrymount . . . "Using the car tonight, Dad?"
ROSEMARY ANN HORNE
125 Harvard Street
"Sunny"-The boy next door . . . Indispensable to the Library Staff.
Library Staff, 1, 3, Girls' Bowling, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Glee Club, 1,
Girls' Sports, 1.
JEAN 'E. HOWELL
439 Newport Avenue
"Well, we have Coty, Rubenstein, Tussy, and Max Schulman" . . . Are
there any more at home like you?
Dance Committee, 2, 3, Sketch Club, 1, 2, Biology Club, 1, North Star,
2, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2, Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardl,
Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 2, Rifle Club, 3. s
DAVID L. HURLEY
, 305 Beale Street
"Dave"-"lt's been real" . . . He's "slow!!!" . . . Jingling pockets . . .
Anchor man at anything. 5
Track, 1, 2, 3, Cross Country, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3 lTreasurer, 35,
Student Council, 3 lTreasurer, 31, Hi-Y, 2, 3 lVice President, 31, National
Honor Society, 2, 3 lTreasurer, 39, Manet, 3, Dance Committee, 2, Gradu-
ation Usher, 2, Boys' State Alternate, 2, Prom Usher, 2, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3,
Class Day Committee, 3.
HAROLD FRANCIS HURLEY
305 Beale Street I A
"Harry"-Four flat or bust . . . Brahms, Bach, or Beethoven? . . . "lt's
all in the bounce of the ball" . . . Track coach or maestro?
Orchestra, 1, Spanish Club, 3, Cross Country, 1, 2, 3, Track, 1. 2, 3,
Band, 1, Manet, 3.
BEVERLY ANN JOHNSON
84 Colby Road
"Bev"-Waltzing Florence Nightingale . . . An ice-skating Alice Dickson
Girls' Bowling, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3
Nice-President, 33, Glee Club, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive
Board, 31, North Star, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' State, 2 lAlternatel.
153 Fayette Street
"Tubby"-Chef at the Waldorf . . . Takes life in his stride.
Rifle Club, 1.
EMILY E. JORDAN
310 Billings Road
"Emmy"-Dropped a stitch . . . Laughter is contagious . . . Belongs to
the A. C. Club iAnti Chatterersl.
Nurses' Career Club, 1, Girls' Club, 3.
ROBERT A. KEAY
79 Highland Avenue
"Bob"-Grateful for emotional immaturity . . . Yessiree Boy!! . . .
Class President, 2, Boys' State Representative, 2, Hi-Y, 2, National
Honor Society, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 2, Manet, 3 lEditor-in-Chiefl, Prom
Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, Honor
Roll, 1, 2, 3.
GORDON M. KELLEY
87 Hamilton Street
"Kell"-Sings "Let Her Sleep Under the Bar" . . . Putting mileage on
a new "Olds" he stole from his uncle.
PATRICIA F. KELLEY
79 Pratt Road
"Pattie"-"Hi-o" . . . For Irish wit and humor . . . A song-and-dance
girl . . . Don't ask Pat directions if you want to get there . . . Minnie's half.
North Star, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardl,
Nurses' Career Club, 2, Dance Committee, 3, Manet, 3, Prom Usher, 2,
Graduation Usher, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT D. KELLEY
55 Ocean Street
"Moe"-North's own Digby O'Dell . . . Got some gum, chum? . . .
North's short shortstop.
Spanish Club, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
105 Elmwood Avenue
"lt's getting late" . . . Dancing in the Dark . . . Where's Harvey? . . .
Well, don't iust stand there, say something-anything.
Girls' Club, 3, Library Staff, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3.
98 Tyler Street
"Peggy"-An ardent admirer of Christopher Columbus . . . Neponset
drive-in . . . No more Wolly.
Girls' Club, 3.
28 Brook Street
"Bill'-North to win by six points . . . Get that ball . . . Northeastern
bound . . . With his pants rolled up . . . What a physics class!
Spanish Club, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3.
DORIS G. KILE
110 Sonoma Road
"Dor"-A singing violinist . . . Plymouth enthusiast . . . Band attraction
. . . Squantum sailor.
Rifle Club, 1, Glee Club, 1, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Orchestra, 1, Drill
Team, I, 2.
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144 Arlington Street
"Bev"-To live, to love, to excel . . . A Christmas diamond, hey?
Girls' Club, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3, Manet, 3, Prom
MILDRED A. KLASNER
138 Ovenbridge Road
"MilIie"-"My Buick, My Love, and l" . . . Nothing like Bildred on the
road . . . Cocker spaniels and Bill . . . Ambition: to reach five feet.
Biology Club, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 3,
Honor Roll, 1.
JOAN A. KOHLUS
37 Ellington Road
"Joanie"-All Rightee! . . . Friday at the Wolly . . . Uniforms preferred
. . . Junior Mermaid.
Glee Club, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3.
.IUDITH L. KRAFT
74 Billings Street
"Judy"-Buicks-Ballads . . . Tony Bennett . . . Sits with babies . . .
Judy will take you to the kleaners.
Glee Club, 1, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Class Secretary, 2, Girls'
Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Graduation Usher, 2, Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3,
Dance Committee, 2, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3.
127 Newbury Avenue
"l'm wid you" . . . Pizza with salami and onions . . . Let's go to Hanover
. . . Parties and more parties . . . Headed for a telephone switch board.
Girls' Club, 3.
111 Dorchester Street
"Gene"-Football shutterbug . . . Good old roast beef . . . With the
top up or down headed Northeastlernl . . . Putt, Putt.
Motion Picture Operators' Club, 1, 2, 3 lPresident, 37, Football Camera-
man, 1, 2, 3.
189 Bellevue Road
"Harry"-Top man on the Totem Pole . . . Log 2 and Log 4 : ? . . .
"Weak" Boy . . . His notes resemble a book on how to draw cartoons.
Manet, 3, Football, 1, Baseball, 2, Class Day Committee, 3.
WILLIAM R. LEAVENS
31 Gladstone Street
"Bill"-One Frappe, Two Sodas . . . Beat out rhythm . . . Drives strange
Nash-iust room for two . . . Gents prefer blonds.
Glee Club, 1, 2, Band, 2, 3.
RICHARD A. LEAVITT
31 Amesbury Street
"Buzz"-Should have seen the one that got away . . . Music . . . Down
on the farm . . . Radio from the inside out.
Band, 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT R. LE DUC
4 Edwin Street
"Duke"-The great lover . . . Sweeps floors for Arthur Fiedler . . .
Eight ball in the corner pocket . . . Good natured.
Manet, 3, Baseball, 1.
244 Farrington Street
"Red"-Nine pins down . . . "Dormez-Vous?" . . . "Weak" laugh.
WILLIAM R. LETHAM
77 North Central Avenue
"Randy"-A bunch of big, big boys . . . Remember "Ducky"? . .
Willing chauffeur . . . The Blue Bomber.
BEVERLY A. LEVOY
371 Elm Street, Braintree
"Bev"-Gus's Sunshine . . . In Betty Grable's footsteps . . . mmmm Mario.
Glee Club, I, Dance Committee, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Spanish Club,
2, Biology Club, I, Girls' Club, 3, High Honor Roll, I, Honor Roll, 2,
Bowling Club, 'l.
ANNA E. LEWIS
18 Mayflower Road
"Bunny"-Squantum beachcomber . . . "Me for some Pizza" . . .
Writer's cromp for the Air Force . . . Wollaston Water Baby.
Girls' Club, 3 iExecutive Boardl, Future Homemakers of America, 3,
Honor Roll, 'I.
56 Hollis Avenue
"Ches"-A 30-06 or A 12 gauge? . . . Weymouth Sportsman's Club . . .
Stock car racing . . . Load-aim-fire when ready.
Rifle Club, I, 2, 3.
46 Bellevue Road
"Chris"-Bill and the Buick . . . Can whip up a delicious culinary dish.
Girls' Club, 3 iExecutive Boardl, Future Homemakers of America, 3.
'I80 Hamilton Avenue
"Audie"-Educated farmer . . . Voulez-vous? . . . Peanuts and Sunday
school . . . And hopes the lighting system works . . . 'I75 floors and half
Library Staff, I, 2, 3 Nice President 37, Girls' Club, 3, Glee Club, 'l, 2, 3,
Monet, 3, Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling, I, 2, 3.
822 East Squantum Street
"Fuz"-If you've seen the car you know the Navy isn't the only thing
that needs reinforcements . . . Friendly smile.
Football, 'l, 2, 3, Hockey, I, 2, Track, 2, 3.
4'l Warwick Street
Bright shirts . . . Brighter chatter . . . Future Eugene Conley.
Glee Club, 'I, 2, 3.
'I69 Wilson Avenue
"Red"-On a bicycle built for groceries . . . Liked by all who know him.
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65 Pope Street
"Mac"-From the hills of Montclair . . . Hotrod artist . . . Levis and
cowboy boots . . . Brown wavy hair.
'l5 Blake Street
"Luke"-Look out below . . . Classroom hoopsters . . . Gridiron minded.
Football, 2, 3, Baseball, 1. '
DONALD H. MAtKENzlE
34 Exeter Street
"Mac"-Me and Milt Scmidt, huh Don? . . . Modesty to an extreme . . .
An S. P. P .... Don will take 4 at Northeastern.
Dance Committee, 2, Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3, Cross Country, 3, Football, 'l,
Hockey, 1, 2, 3, iCo-captainl 3, Baseball 'l.
53 Hamilton Avenue
"Jan"-Peanuts and popcorn . . . Legion Post mascot . . . l'd 'A baked
a cake . . . Well trained baby sitter . . . Ambition: a bank.
Library Staff, 'l, 2, 3, lTreasurerl 3, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, North
Star, 3, Library Recommendation Club, 'l, 2, 3, Honor Roll, l, 2.
BEVERLY JUNE MACLEOD
189 Billings Street
"Bev"-Those wonderful stoles . . . P. .I.'s and the Chevie.
Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, iVice Presiclentl 3, Girls' Club, 3 CExecutive Boardl, North
Star, 'l, 2.
MALCOLM LEE MACLEOD
63 Sealund Road
"Rebel"-Finds Northern English different . . . Wouldn't give the girls
a break . . . "l wish I was in Dixie, away, away."
Hi-Y, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Basketball, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
GERALDINE LINDA MAGRI
'I93 Holbrook Road
"Gerry"-Rollerskating . . . Buddy . . . Pizza and new cars.
Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team, l, 2.
MARIANNE C. MAGUIRE
82 East Elm Avenue
"Micky"-Baseball and Raiderettes . . . Celtic's fan . . . Brenda's tea-
kettle . . . Good sport . . . All-round college material.
Biology Club, l, 2, 3, History Club, 2, 3, lPresidentl 3, National Honor
Society, 2, 3 lVice-Presidentl 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Bowling Club, 1, 2, Rifle Club, 2, Dance Committee, 2, Girls' Club,
3, Manet, 3, High Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3.
'I46 Huckins Avenue
"Barb"-"Don't hurry" . . . Knows Happy guns inside out . . . Newport
. . . Locker equals McGee's closet.
National Honor Society, 2, 3, Glee Club, 'l, 2, 3, Biology, l, 2, 3
lSecretary 2l, History Club, 2, 3 lSecretary 25, Manet, 3, North Star, 3,
Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Bowling Club, 2, Nurses' Career
DANIEL MAHONEY JR.
'I06 Safford Street
"Danny"-"l wouldn't give you the satisfaction!" . . . "44" All-
American? 5 o'clock shadow.
Hi-Y, 2, 3 CTreasurerJ 3, Dance Committee, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Glee
Club, 'l, 2, 3 iCaptainl 3, Basketball, 'l, 2, 3.
MARGARET A. MAJENSKI
221 Hollis Avenue
"Margie"-Margie acts quiet but look again . . . "What's wrong with
North's manpower? . . . She likes dancing.
Rifle Club, 1, Girls' Club, 3.
MARGARET L. MANGAN
88 Elmwood Avenue
"Terry"-"She's a lady" . . . Not over the cliff, Terry . . . Turn!! . . .
Anticipating nursing . . . The "Get-Things-Done" Girl.
Girls' Bowling, 2, Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 lPresidentl,
Rifle Club, 3, Sketch Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, North Star, 2, Girls' Sports, 3.
EDWARD FLOYD MANN
41 West Elm Avenue
"Ed"-First Half of Mutt and Jeff . . . Dignified and gentlemanly . . .
College campus in Wollaston next year.
Glee Club, 1, Orchestra, 1, Monet, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3.
FRANK M. MARELLA
231 Newport Avenue
"Mac"-"Titanic" Frank . . . Always has a grin . . . Full of fun.
Hi-Y, 3, Motion Picture Operators Club, 3.
ALFRED MICHAEL MARROCCO
250 Newbury Avenue
"Al"-If he looks quiet, look again . . . Hill climber for Howard John-
son's . . . Frosty chocolate frappes . . . Ed. note: "l'd take Williams any
day, Marrocco" . . . Popular Senior Prexy.
Class President, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Dance Com-
mittee, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Golf, 1, Class Day Committee, 3.
23 Young Street
"Eddie"-New to North . . . Extreme Republican . . . Quiet, but friendly.
MARY LOU A. MAUPAS
141 Harvard Street
"May"-"Don't mess my homework" . . . Likes pizza . . . Interest in
Girls' Club, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3.
30 Conant Road
"Hopalong Cassidy"-B L T's . . . Football with ielly doughnuts . . .
At the Drive-in . . . Add 2 c sugar and beat . . . "Off we go into the wide
Prom Committee, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1.
JANICE L. McCARRON
y 15 Huckins Avenue
"Jan"-Perfect little doll . . . Has tennisitis . . . Catches the 8:05 ferry
in the morning.
Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Drill Team, 2.
155 Farrington Street
"Ellie"-Continually clowning . . . Quack, quack-lt's the Loumobile . . .
The summer of '51 . . . Hello, Milton Hospital? . . . Marigold 1.
Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Bowling, 2,
Girls' Sports, 3.
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WILLIAM JAMES MCCONVILLE
116 Farrington Street
"BilI"-Gassing-up to roller skate over to the Rainbow . . . Likes sports.
Boys' Bowling Club, 1, 2, North Star, 3, Baseball, 1.
JOAN MARY MCCORMACK
58 Williams Street
"Pinky"-Fraternity dances . . . Sales is always good for a laugh . . .
"Is the President a real 'Breaker'?"
Future Homemakers of America, 3 lPresidentl, Nurses' Career Club, 2,
Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 2, 3, Girls' Sports, 2, 3, Rifle, 3.
MARGUERITE M. MCDONOUGH
143 Everett Street
"Maggie"-"Heavens" . . . Chocolate cookies . . . Loves a good time.
Library Staff, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Honor
Roll, 1, Girls' Sports, 3.
FRANCES E. MCGILLICUDDY
41 Tyler Street
"Red"-Fireflies and the Fourth . . . "The things we did last summer"
. . . The Dike . . . Bunny-Fat . . . Marigold 6.
Dance Committee, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Class Day Com-
ROBERT P. McGRADY
17 Billings Street
"Mac"-Good humored . . . Affable . . . Don't drop the china clipper
into the dishpan.
DONALD L. MCGRATH
69 Barnham Avenue
"Don"-Model T . . . Toss the hammer . . . Enthusiastic.
HAROLD DOUGLAS MCLEOD
21' Gilmore Street
"Doug"-"ln need of a touchdown?" Gimme the ball . . . Go without
even tloorin' it . . . Penchant for a certain'brunette.
Spanish Club, 2, Glee Club, 1, 3 lPresident, 31, Hi-Y, 3, Dance Com-
mittee, 2, Football, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, Track, 2.
51 Vane Street
First half of Mac and Lou . . . Long practices with the baton . . .
Always a mad dash to beat the bell.
Biology Club, 1, History Club, 2, Spanish Club, 3, Girls' Bowling Club,
3, Drill Team, 2, Drum Maiorette, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3,
Girls' Club, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Manet, 3.
24 Walker Street
Pigskin performer . . . Quiet sense of humor . . . Takes life easy.
Dance Committee, 3, Football, 1, 2, 3.
192 Davis Street
"Maniac"-Not satisfied with construction, delves into destruction of
Bowling Club, 1, 2.
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GEORGE A. MCNEILL
440 West Squantum Street
"Porky"-"Where's the house tonight?" . . . Broad smile-strategy
behind it . . . 3 o'clock shadow.
Dance Committee, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Spanish Club, 2 ITreasurerl,
Football, 2, Cross Country, 3, Golf, 2, 3, Hockey, 1, 2, 3 CCo-Captain, 33.
MARILYN A. McPECK
11 Vane Street
High stepper . . . Acrobatic stunts . . . Manet shows . . . Gives out with
the blues . . . The other half of Mac 81 Lou.
North Star, 2, 3, Glee Club, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3,
Biology Club, 1, History Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Drill
Team, 1, Drum Maiorettes, 2, 3.
KENNETH E. McTEAR
138 Granger Street
"Ken"-Forbes Hill airplane spotter when not speculating on the Stock
Market . . . "l've seen better" . . . Mushrooms and a red Chevie.
Prom Committee, 3, Cross Country, 2, 3, Track, 2, 3.
JOAN LEE MELVILLE
146 Billings Street
".Ioanie"-Jazz lover . . . Cuts capers on wheels . . . Sunny disposition.
Girls' Club, 3.
39 Piermont Street
Two to the one hundredth power . . . Watch out for flying stoppers . . .
Still waiting . . . Head for facts and figures.
Spanish Club, 2, 3, History Club, 2, Biology Club, 1, 2, Track, 1, 2,
Library Book Recommendation Committee, 2, National Honor Society,
2, 3, Manet, 3, Hi-Y, 3.
VINCENT JOHN MILLER, JR.
2 Windsor Road
"Vinnie"-North's Fred Astaire . . . Heap-big hot plate . . . "Who's the
Band, 1, Orchestra, 1, Track, 1, 2, 3, Football, 1, Spanish Club, 1,
North Star, 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3.
JANE FRANCES MITCHELL
173 Harriet Avenue
Full of fun and fancy free . . . With a vevo, and a vivo-Jane's the best.
Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, North Star, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3,
Dance Committee, 3, Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3 CHead, 33, Girls' Sports, 2, 3.
JOHN T. MOORE
10 Crabtree Road
Two on the aisle for "South Pacific" . . . A "Little American" . . .
"Now a little cheesecake, Ma'am-Hold it-Click-Thank you." . . . The
spiral staircase . . . P. D. iconoclast.
Manet, 3, Boys' Bowling, 1, 2.
RICHARD DE-NZIL MOORE
118 Pine Street
"Monk"-A potential Tech-Brown-Bagger . . . Hair-either naturally
curly or else that's the way he sleeps on it.
National Honor Society, 2, 3, Glee Club, 3, Manet, 3, Library Book
Recommendation Committee, 2, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3.
ELIZABETH R. MORGAN
14 Ocean Street
"Bette"-Sports enthusiast . . . Plaid glasses . . . 2 o'clock in,the morning
. . . Knit two,fpurl two . . . Slumber parties.
Girls' Bowling, 1, Student Council, 1, Dance Committee, 2, Spanish
Club, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3 CExecutive Boardl,
Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Honor Roll, I, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 3.
RAYMOND F. MORSE
65 Barham Avenue
"Ray"-North's own Dan Daily . . . Energetic . . . Favorite accessory:
Hockey, 2, 3.
86 Highland Avenue
"Mullie"-Milton . . . T. C .... "Mullie-Bug" . . . Marigold 3.
Girls' Bowling, 1, Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll,
'l, 2, Girls' Sports.
EVELYN MARIE MULVEY
34 Windsor Road
"Ev"-The laughing bug . . . Twin to the money-man . . . Oh, Perry!
. . . G.G.B.
Glee Club, I, Library Staff, 'l, Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardi, Tri-Hi-Y,
3, Dance Committee, 3, North Star, 3.
34 Windsor Road
"Joe"-Money-man . . . One of the "Big Four" . . . True Irish heart.
Class Treasurer, 3, Dance Committee, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y,
2, 3, Graduation Marshall, 2, Football, I, 2, 3, Basketball, I, 2 iManageri
3, Track, 'l, 2, Class Day Committee, 3.
112 Hamilton Avenue
"Angus"-Lightning . . . Poor man's Sam Snead . . . Well liked.
Basketball, I, 2, Football, 'l, 2, Golf, 'l, 2, 3, Hockey, 3.
4 Huckins Avenue
"Aimy"-Miami bound . . . "Watch the birdie."
Library Staff, 'l, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2.
ROBERT FRANCIS MURPHY
I2 Flynt Street
"Breeze"-Performs magic with a basketball . . . Life in the ice-cream
mill at 2:30 a.m .... Crew cut.
Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, Track, I, 2, 3.
86 Norfolk Street
"Pat"-Buttons 'n bows . . . Whiz on wheels . . . "Oh dear" . . .
Dancing . . . Model, actress, and comedienne . . . Chicken Cacciatore
. . . Air force.
Glee Club, I, Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Bowling, I, Girls' Sports, 3.
JOAN JANET NEE
'I4 Royal Street
"Joannie"-Neptune's daughter . . . Cuts a rug, beats out boogie . . .
Humarock . . . "How's Brenda Star doing?" . . .Only a spare! . . . Love-five.
Glee Club, I, Future Homemakers of America, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Girls'
I33 Bayside Road
"Lorrie"-Saving for trip to California . . . Have a card with a smile
. . . Future highway in the sky . . . Drives family car.
Library Staff, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3, Girls' Club, 3.
THEODORE A. NELSON
107 Mayflower Road
"Ted"-Mason's Point! . . . Many a quick shift from the outboard.
Motion Pictures Operators Club, 1, 2, 3.
47 Glover Avenue
Panic of '52 . . . Football reliable . . . Santo Claus . . . New York
spending sprees . . . Plaid shirts . . . Sunday morning drives . . . Play-
ground big shots.
Football, 1, 2, 3, Prom Usher, 2.
48 Hovey Street
"M"-Nothing ruffles her . . . No end to the good times on those "Way
down East" vacations.
Girls' Bowling, 1, 2, Nurses' Career Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Girls'
CHARLES F. NEWTON
45 Waterston Avenue
"Fig"-"Will it rain or snow?" . . . "Who has his homework done?"
. . . Gets the pitch in physics and baseball . . . Buenos dias.
Spanish Club, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3.
FREDERICK H. OBERG
33 Randlett Street
"Fred"-Walking again? . . . Up at 5 . . . Cape Cod camping excur-
sions . . . Found someone real nice at Northfield.
Spanish Club, 2, Hi-Y, 3, Hockey, 3, Boys' Bowling, 1, 2.
GAIL ELAINE O'BRIEN
11 Wedgewood Street
"Obe"-Clarky is the chauffeur . . . Broken fingernails bother . . .
"Honest to heaven!" . . . Cute little strut . . . Busy telephone . . . G.G.A.
Manet, 3, North Star, 3, Biology Club, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Com-
mittee, 3, Rifle Club, 1, Girls' Bowling, 2, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 3, Drill Team,
1, 2, Drum Maiorettes, 3.
FRANCES MARY ODDO
45 Randlett Street
"Frannie"-"Ohio has the life for me!" . . . "Let's go over to the col-
lege" . . . Parlez-vous Francais?"
131 Dorchester Street
"J"-".leepers" . . . Butter scotch sundaes and evening bags . . . lt's a
long way from the East to college.
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Manet, 3.
118 East Elm Avenue
"Dave"-End, left wing . . . Keystone sack . . . Headquarters for the
gang . . . Beachwagon . . . Outdoor man . . . Gloria . . . S.P.P.
Football, 1, 2, 3, Hockey, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3.
36 Division Street
"Slim"-Leo . . . Pizza . . . Hit tunes . . . "Only a spare?" . . . Knitted
Girls' Club, 3.
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68 Kendall Street
Oh, those trips in the '4'I Mercury' . . . A good scout . . . Remember
DONALD L. PEARSON
9 Hancock Terrace
"Captain"-Beach combing . . . Sand dunes . . . Old relics . . . Ex-
peditions . . . Lobster . . . Deep-sea diving . . . "Old salt."
44 Ocean Street
"Bobbie"-"SmaII feet" . . . C. Y. O. Executive . . . Heart in the Heights.
Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 3, Manet, 3, Future Homemakers of America,
3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, Girls' Sports, I, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 3.
CARYL ANN PERRY
73 Bay State Road
"Wait a minute. l'll be right out!" . . . Third baseman and guard . . .
Interest in Thayer . . . Braves fan . . . Sweet on plaids . . . Slippery streets
. . . "Gimme a coke."
Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Dance Committee, 3,
Rifle Club, 'I, 2, Girls' Sports, 'I, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling, I, 2.
PATRICIA A. PERRY
'I48 Essex Street
"lrish"-Audrey's house to Squantum Yacht Club . . . Sailing, skiing,,
football . . . Skippers the Bob-Pat . . . "Hurry up!" . . . "Charleston-
Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 3, Drill Team,
'l, Rifle Club, 'l, 3, Girls' Sports, I, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling, 2.
M. CAROLE PETERSON
'I56 Essex Street
"Shorty"-Pizza, ravioli, spaghetti . . . Haunts the kitchen . . . Television
. . . One of the alley cats . . . Shutterbug . . . Talks a blue streak.
Library Staff, I, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2.
50 Faxon Road
"Poogie"-Easy to get along with . . . Cowboy boots.
Football, 1, 2.
DOROTHY A. PINK
77 Alstead Street
"Dottie"-Naturally funny . . . Muscle conscious . . . l've gained a
pound . . . A regular on the ski tow . . . French omlets . . . Jerry Lewis.
Girls' Bowling, I, Nurses' Career Club, I, 2, 3, Manet, 3, Prom Com-
mittee, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Biology Club, 3, Honor
Roll, I, Drill Team, 2, Girls' Sports, 'I, 3.
24 Holyoke Street
July 4, '5'l . . . Wollaston Beach . . . "Good egg" . . . Lively enthusiasm.
North Star, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Student Council, 3, Drill Team, 'l, 2, Drum
Maiorette, 3, Manet, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Spanish Club, 'I, Honor Roll, 'I, 2, 3,
Girls' Sports, 'I, 3, Class Day Committee, 3, Library Book Recommenda-
30 Harbor-View Road
"Bob"-The coach's right-hand man . . . Parlez-vous Francais, Robert?
. . . Yodelin' Robbie.
Band, I, Football Manager, 2, 3, Class Day Committee, 3.
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R. BRUCE QUIRIE
193 Beach Street 1' U,
"Sam"-The Larry Adler of 429 . . . "The Maple Leaf Forever!" X
Band, I, 2, 3, Cross Country, I, Track, 'I, 2, 3. """
THOMAS L. RADLEY
4 Price Street
Red Uncontrollable desire to graduate . . . Tears up the turf on the
gridirin . . . Favorite subiect is Class Secretary.
Hi-Y, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Football, I, 2, 3,
Track, 1, 3.
EDWARD M. RAWSON 1
35 Freeman Street 12" is
"Ted"-"Doesn't bother me" . . . Sail it, don't sink it." "Half dollar I I
pIease" . . . Sophomores huh! . . . Thick iuicy steaks, pizza, and bev- .
Spanish Club, 2, Hi-Y, 3, Football, I, 2, 3, Basketball, I, 2, Track, I, 2, 3.
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FRANK C. REGAN
57 Sagamore Street
"Frannie"-Good man to have on your-side . . . Roxbury Leatherneck g ff.,
today: Parris Island tomorrow! .,, .w x
Football, I, 2, 3, Track, 3. 2 lim i
JAMES F. REGAN '
282 Atlantic Street
"Jim"-Likes things Spanish . . . Artistic propensities . . . A good sport. ,v ,.,,:.,,2 I
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, I. i"'s ' ,
LAWRENCE REGAN X
33 North Central Avenue
Larry -School St .... Saturday nights . . . Give me the five iron.
I47 Brook Street
Lucy . . . Salty . . . Troubles I am having . . . Smily . . . Of course
I can drive . . . I don't think the boss likes me . . . Lalapalooza.
ROBERT S. RENARD ,
147 Brook Street f
Runey . . . The Renegade . . . Owns half interest in that bright blue A Nj!-,js
Plymouth fWith the spacious rumble seatl . . . Camp Massasoit-"Get 3
that silverware in!" 'ff52Qg,..,
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DONALD RICHARDSON X if
57 Trevore Street .
"Rich"-Quiet and reserved on the surface . . . Likes a good time iust sk A the same. 'w
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FRANKLIN K. RILEY '
I03 Waterston Avenue X Lhie
"Funk"-Burns bridges . . . New fixture on Piermont St .... 1949
Cadillac . . . Bridgeton-bound chauffeur.
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Hockey, 2, 3.
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GEORGE R. RILEY
407 Quincy Shore Drive
Hi, Steve . . . Sharp blades and smooth sails . . . Which twin has
North Star, 'l, 2, 3 iCo-Editor, 33, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Dance Com-
mittee, 2, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Hi-Y, 3, Hockey, ll, 2, 3.
85 Vassall Street
"Jo"-Turns out Waldorf Astoria apple pies . . . Cuts a fancy figure
Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team, 'l, 2, 3.
STEPHEN V. RILEY
407 Quincy Shore Drive
"Steve"-Hi, George . . . "Rotate, boys, rotate" . . . Filling Station
Entrepreneur . Ditto for brother George's interest.
Manet, 3, North Star, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Prom Committee, Hockey, I, 2, 3.
264 Newbury Avenue
"Maisy"-Always bouncing . . . What would she ever do without the
board? . . . Make-up artist . . . Guess who?
Glee Club, I, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3, North Star, 3,
Manet, 3, Sketch Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3 6Executive Boardl, Honor Roll, I, 2.
RICHARD D. ROBERTS
33 Amesbury Street
"Riddy"-Mental Midget . . . Seriously, his marks reflect the burning
of the midnight oils . . . Dash man . . . We're trying to think of something
he can't do.
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Student Council, I, 2, 3 iPresident 3l, History Club,
2, Biology Club, I, 2, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3,
Library Book Recommendation Committee, I, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 3,
Track, 'l, 2, 3, High Honor Roll, 'l, 2, 3, Washington-Franklin History
Award, 2, Harvard Prize Book Award.
RICHARD F. ROBERTS
215 Holbrook Road
"Riddie"-Music, Maestro, please! . . . Wake up, Dickie, it's summer.
Master of the "88."
Glee Club, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Band, 2, 3 fPresidentl 3.
PHILLIP ALLAN ROBINSON
86 Exeter Street
"Phil"-"Pretty good, but at Thayer" . . . "The green Chevie ain't
what she used to be" . . . "Ukelele lke" . . . Bound for Olympic ski team
. . . "What, Marge? Yes, dear."
8 Channing Street
"Barbie"-Conscientious in everything she does . . . A flair for art.
Sketch Club, 2, 3.
ROBERT A. RUSSELL
58 Woodbine Street
"Bob"-Tremendous dancer . . . Known to be slightly conscious of the
Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2, Honor Roll, 3.
32 Meadow Street
Kept her long hair right through all . . . Active outside as well as
Girls' Bowling Club, I, 2, Girls' Club, 3.
BARBARA ANN SCHLEGEL
91 Tyler Street
"Slugg"-Will do any one a favor . . . Friendly smile.
Girls' Club, 3.
JANE CAROL SCHLOSSER
68 Davis Street
"Janie"-That young mon in her life . . . Oh, you! . . . Nimble piano
Glee Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Library Book Recommendation Committee,
2, Girls' Sports, 2, 3.
LOIS M. SCULLY
23 Rawson Road
"Loey"-Let's cut her hair . . . Chatterbox . . . Hot fudge sundaes and
pickles . . . 8:27 at Baker Drugs . . . The choo-choo and the duck . . .
Shampoo gets in her eyes.
Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardi, Honor Roll, 'I, Library Staff, I, North
Star, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Sports, I, 3.
CLAIRE E. SHANNON
93 Safford Street
"Cloire"-Joe's flying high . . . Junior veep . . . Sugar daddies . . .
Doll for details . . . J. Wilbur Worker girl . . . Oh ha.
Class Vice-president, 2, Dance Committee, 2, 3, Student Council, 2,
Graduation Usher, 2, Monet, 3, North Star, 3, Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive
Boardi, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 3.
JOAN R. SIMMONS
I0 Herbert Road
"Sim"-Girl overboard . . . Atta go, bright eyes . . . Rembrandt-
who's he? . . . I hate sailboat racing . . . Drawing to drama she's dynamite.
Sketch Club, 'I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, North Star, I, 2, 3 lEditor, 39, Drum
Maiorettes, I, 2, 3, Monet, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Glee Club, I, Girls'
Club, 3 iExecutive Boardt, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, I,
Dance Committee, 2, Girls' Sports, I, 3.
'I04 Edwin Street
Jumps with iazz . . . Mania for motor cycles . . . That's pitiful .
Dance?-O.K .... Birdie . . . Ambition-Journalistic genius.
North Star, 3, Future Homemokers of America, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Rifle
Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 3.
'I37 Safford Street
"Smitty"-Don can be seen scooping ony night at the Rainbow . . .
SHIRLEY ELAINE SMITH
257 Newbury Avenue
"Shirl"-Her rainy day rubbers . . . Chocolate milk at Smith's . . .
White cop protegee . . . Our Buick . . . These Foolish Things . . . Lock
the cellar door! . . . Green toothpaste.
Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardi, Dance Committee, 3, Nurses' Career
Club, 2, 3, North Star, 3, Girls' Sports, 3.
'I95 Holbrook Road
Here comes Grossman-choo-choo-There goes Grossman . . . Sunday
trips on the Boston and Maine.
34 Gladstone Street
"Mar"-Swims and-rows so will never get left on the isle . . . Tennis
champ . . . Hurry up, kids . . . C.Y.O. teams.
Glee Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team, I, 2. n
BARBARA JEANE STODDARD
61 Brook Street
"Bobby"-That's life . . . Silence is golden . . . Ice chips n' silver skates
. . . Pop's perfect . . . Pork chops . . .Stenographer.
Girls' Club, 3.
5'l Colby Road
"Dutch"-What an appetite . . . The iunior Varga . . . Vive la France
. . . Just my Bob . . . "AIways."
Glee Club, I, Girls' Club, 3.
63 Franklin Avenue
"Bea"-Sailing enthusiast . . . Loves J. Box tunes . . . Good times galore
at that farm in N. H.
Orchestra, 'l, Future Homemakers of America, 3, Nurses' Career Club,
2, 3, Biology Club, I, Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 3, Drill Team, 2.
48 Aberdeen Road
"Jo"-Spends her time building houses . . . Ice skating capers . . .
Glee Club, I, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Rifle Club, I, 2, Honor
Roll, 'I, High Honor Roll, 2.
DAVID BRUCE TEMPLE
294 Safford Street
"Dave"-What size sleeve length, sir? . . . There's more than one way
to hit the hay.
ALICE E. TIBBETTS
18 Flynt Street
"Tibs"-Likes driving, dancing, high heels, and Ken from Weymouth . . .
Study stooge . . . Ambition: to get married.
Glee Club, I, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3, High Honor
Roll, I, 2, 3.
56 Pope Street
"I"-Pizza and spaghetti parties . . . Let's have another coke . . . The
twirler without a peer . . . "Dream" . . . Basketball fan.
Dance Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3, Drill Team, 'l,
Drum Maiorette, 2, 3 IHead7 3, Honor Roll, 'l, 2, 3.
4 Sterling Street
Pink champagne . . . Riding the rapids . . . "I'd rather not talk about it"
. . . "He's iust my Bill" . . . Marigold 4.
Girls' Club, Girls' Bowling, 2.
57 East Squantum Street
"Bobbie"-Pussyfoots around the school, but raises the devil on the
gridiron . . . Herbie.
Hi-Y, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Spanish Club, 2, Football, 'l, 2, 3, Basket-
ball, I, 2, 3.
DAVID RAYMOND TWOMBLY
105 Harvard Street
"Dave"-Parades with the Red Coats . . . Drives "Clyde" hard . . .
Meeting on the banks of the brook in Quincy.
'I7 Hamilton Street
"Oh you doll!"-Greek engagement dancing . . . Locker supply of? . . .
"Who is this?"-Linguist.
Biology Club, I, Glee Club, I, Student Council, 'I, 2, 3 lVice-President,
3? Library Book Recommendation Committee, I, 2, Girls' Club, 3 lExecu-
tive Boardl, Manet, 3.
RALPH ALLEN VANCURA
74 West Elm Avenue
"Van"-Amateur photographer . . . Eats up physics and chemistry . . .
Honor roll, 'l.
STUART PAUL VAUTRAIN
66 Botolph Street
"Stu"-Baseball is the alpha and omega of North . . . The life of the
party . . . Always smiling.
Baseball, I, 2, 3.
EDITH MAE WALLACE
'I4'l Sagamore Street
"Edie"-Attractive features . . . Good taste in clothes.
Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, I.
DONALD LEE WATSON
II9 Crabtree Road
"Don"-A match for Dick Contino . . . Wisconsin, here he comes! . . .
"When I make my first million-" . . . Fun for all and all for fun.
Manet, 3 CAdvertising Managerl, Honor roll, I, 2.
99 Franklin Avenue
"Westie"-"When's my lucky number coming up!!" . . . The oversized
beetle . . . Hot rod racing . . . L. F .... "Body and SouI" . . . Marigold 7.
Girls' Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Sports, 3.
133 Elmwood Avenue
"Barb"-Team, team, team . . . New Hampshire in July . . . Cleanest
locker on the fourth floor . . . Juke box tunes.
Girls' Club, 3 fExecutive Boardl, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3,
Manet, 3, North Star, 3, Library Staff, I, Girls' Bowling, I, Cheerleader,
2, 3, Honor roll, I, 2.
20 Ellington Road
"Dottie"-Starlight, starbright . . . Mad about Marshfield . . . And those
week-end parties . . . Pet Peeve: gas stations . . . Whammy!
Girls' Club, 3 lExecutive Boardl, Dance Committee, 3, National Honor
Society, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Manet, 3, Honor roll, I, 2, 3, Girls' Sports,
I, 2, 3.
68 North Bayfield Road
"Ed"-Harry James of the North Band . . . Transoceanic trips between
United States and England.
Band I, 2, 3, Orchestra, I, Motion Pictures Operators Club, 'I, 2, 3.
BEATRICE C. WHITING
48 John Street
"B"-Going West . . . Texans in troop trains . . . An unexpected sister
. . . Knits "little things" . . .Male and mail.
Library Staff, 'I, 2, 3 lPresident 37, Biology Club, I, Glee Club, 3, Girls'
Club, 3, Manet, 3, Honor roll, 2, 3.
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289 East Squantum Street 3
FREDERICK P. WHITTUM
32 'Cummings Avenue
"Fred"-Bob and Ray . Mattapan . . . Titan of the test tubes . .
Lunch table laughs . . . "l'd iust as soon work in a gas station anyday" . .
Stand up, Fred, and let everybody laugh at you.
Class Treasurer, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3 lPresident, 35, Library Book Recommenda4
tion Committee, 1, 2, Dance Committee, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3,
Manet, 3, Boys! State, 2 lAlternatel, Track, 2.
'IO4 Colby Road
"Skip"-Skippers the Chinto . . . Express from Quincy Bay to North
Conway via that girl's house in Milton.
Band, 'l, 2, 3 lTreasurer, 35, Motion Pictures Operators Club, 1, 2, 3
lVice-President, 37, Orchestra, 1, Spanish Club, 3.
JEANNE A. WOODS
76 Tyler Street
"Jeannie"-Jingoe's . . . Anxiously waits for weekends . . . "Slowpoke"
. . . Tiniest sneeze ever heard . . . "Let me drive."
North Star, 3, Girls' Club, 3 lSecretary and Executive Boardl, Monet, 3,
Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Sports, 'l, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling, 3.
JOHN ROBERT WRIGHT
'I36 Elliot Avenue
"Bob"-Famous filing cabinet . . . Rides in Black Beauty . . . "Going my
Rifle Club, 2, Manet, 3 lCo-Adv. Manageri, Hi-Y, 3, Spanish Club, 3,
GORDON M. YOUNG
58 Cheriton Road
"Pee Wee"-Other half of Mutt and Jeff .. . No, Gordon, no Spanish!
"Tom"-Never teed off except on the golf, course . . . Goes in for
checkered sport shirts . . . "Fore!!!"
Spanish Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Glee Club, 'l, Golf, 2, 3.
98 Billings Street
WAYNE E. GOLDMAN
162 Standish Road
"Sane"-Hot Rod . . . Parks his horse in the circle . . . "Fabulous'
Rifle Club, 1, Boys' Bowling, 2.
"Bud"-"Two in the baIcony" . . . One of Doc's cowboys.
47 Airport Road
64 'Rawson Road
"Anna"-Collegiate . . . Dorchester . . . Pizza . . . Guinea crawl.
"Swisher"-Weak fireball . . . Ledger bundler . . . Dynamic tension.
Student Assembly Committee, 3, Baseball, 'l, 2, 3.
'l5 Prospect Avenue
'I37 Bromfield Street
"Phyl"-Quiet . . . North's new addition from Dorchester.
"Gill"-Perpetual Crewcut . . . "Well, what are you going to do?" . .
Tremendous with a basketball.
Basketball, 2, 3.
37 Birch Street
"Music lover"-Spike Jones, too . . . Another alley-cat . . . Better late
than never . . . Catchy comeback.
Girls' Club, 3.
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The North Quincy gridsters, after many days of practice, tried
their talents at the Hingham Fair Grounds and fared pretty well,
winning 7-0. At Dedham, the boys blossomed quickly in the first half
but wilted under the pressure of the Red and Gray and iust escaped
narrowly, 19-18. The following game's outcome was inevitable as the
Maroon and Gold machine from Weymouth rolled over Quincy
Stadium. They hit their lumps, though, in grabbing a 20-0 victory
from the stubborn Raiders. When Norwood went home, she went on
the short end of a 19-7 score. In that game our defensive platoon
outdid themselves by scoring most of the points. The story of the
Milton game should be a different one. In spite of Mahoney's quick
opening iaunt- of 52 yards down into scoring position, a bad break
hurt North and we came home with only six points as opposed to the
Whiz Kids' 13. Next game, North really had a chance to sing their
victory song as we marched all over Braintree, 27-7. It 'seemed that
everyone clicked that day. Frye intercepted four passes, he wasn't
satisfied with catching his own. To make a long story short, on Thanks-
giving we sang the blues. It was a fighting North team, and we saw
some great running from ailing Doug McLeod, but we also saw
Quincy win the game, 21-0. All in all, 'twas fair to middlin'. u
Football candids by Quincy Patriot Ledger.
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Close, but No Cigar
They were iust a bunch of sharpshooters from North
Quincy who, with a break or two, would have finished the
season in the Garden, but Tourney or no they gave the fans
a banner brand of basketball wherever they played.
Our Raider Quintet showed right from the start that they
meant business. They quickly disposed of Natick 137-291
and Brookline 153-321, but were turned back at Watertown
145-461. The boys dumped Boston College High 153-241
before dropping another closey to Quincy 144-481. Beating
Taunton 146-361 on our home grounds started the Red and
Black on a healthy seven-game win streak including Brock-
ton 159-491, Brookline 148-361, Watertown 144-231, Braintree
149-361, Thayer 152-331, and Braintree 169-521. The Hoop-
men took a trip to Lynn English only to suffer a setback
135-411 because of the absence of Buddy Frye. At Wey-
mouth, North stayed on top to the tune of 134-311 and
shbrtly afterward hit their pinnacle by turning back highly
touted Attleboro 165-601. In this game Frye showed Attle-
boro his own technique and hit for 29 big markers while
Al Elkhill had his best night hooping 17 points. Elkhill, a
sharpshooter, gets a high percentage of his shots in every
contest. Bobby Murphy, who gives the crowd an education
in basketball magic in every game, took the reigns at Brock-
ton and got the game winning points in the final minute of
play 142-411. Although the pressure was on 1Mr. Mullarkey
has expressed his desire to be in league competition as the
pressure is always on North, an independent team1, North
brushed aside Wakefield 161-341 and Mission 147-321. They
suffered their biggest blow at the hands of Attleboro 146-471.
Although it was only by a point, this game definitely hurt
the team as they dropped their next two to Weymouth
147-531 and to Quincy 150-541. Mahoney did a good iob at
Quincy setting up Wally Frye but all in vain, as the Blue and
White administered the coup de grace. .
The Raiders finished the '52 season with a creditable 15-6
mark after playing the longest schedule of any South Shore
Ray Gillis, who was at first referred to as the "perfect
sixth man," finished the season as a regular starter because
of his superb ball-handling. Bob Benson was used almost
exclusively for the boards as was Paul Higgins. Much is
expected from Higgins next year. Skip Compell was one of
Coach Mullarkey's steady defensemen. Although North had
able reserves in Spero Coulacos, Joe Cataldo, Malcolm
MacLeod and Dan Breingan, there wasn't the height that
John Mullarkey would have liked.
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The Boys Pile Up Points
The ol' team was in dire straits for lack of a coach until Bob
Gentry, former Bowdoin flash, saved the day. His arrival has
allowed the boys to continue knocking off teachers who happen
to venture across the fourth floor corridor after school. The
mighty heaves of many a hopeful can still be heard shaking
the walls of the armory, whose dirty floor and sharp corners
have frustrated many an aspirant's bid for success. "Hurley
lnc." are piling up points in their customary manner, with
Harold copping the class C title in the 1000 yard run. Ace
Miller is soaring in the stratosphere, and Bruce Quirie, too, is
beginning to sprout wings.
Let's take a quick look in the locker room. We look for
Riddie Roberts but all we can find is a monstrous cloud of dust
floating in the vicinity of his locker. lDanger-gunpowderj As
we leave this happy scene, we hear shouts of "Who's the joker
with the cold water?"
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Once again "Doc" Lyons turns from his test tubes and says,
"Let's go, men." The "men" who have often shocked passers
by in their underdressed practice iaunts, dig in their spikes.
They think grimly "l'll finish this time if it kills me," or "At least
l'll get a ride back." Tiger Burnham, the hard-working manager
and honorary mascot of the team, issues the compasses. And
Will Gadsby make another magnificent one-shoe finish? Will
those sparkling little raindrops wash out another meet? We
shall soon find out. Hark! The thundering herd is approaching.
It looks like . . . and it is!! Harold Hurley does it again!! And
here comes Joe McDaniel, looking a little green around the
gills. He doesn't stop, but desperately dashes toward the locker-
It is now a week later and 75"M: of the runners have been
accounted for. One blue and white stalwart has been picked
up on route 3, heading South with the swallows, muttering
"lt can't be much further."
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Keep Your Eyes on the Puck
South Shore Champions for the second straight year, North's
outstanding hockey team enioyed the best season in the school's
Led by co-captains Paige, MacKenzie, and McNeil, the team
skated into a sure place in the Metropolitan Tournament by de-
feating Quincy High 3 to 0 in the final league game of the season.
lnvthe first period of this outstanding game, North was cautious,
playing more or less a defensive type of game. In the second
period Kenny Croke lit the lamp at 2:03 and North' was on its way
to a brilliant victory. Dave Paige lit the lamp in the third period at
3:01 and Kenny Croke repeated at 8:02. Bob Forest with his line
of Lea Alberti, and Dick Poirer played out of this world. Don Mac-
Kenzie set up plays for his line of Paige and Croke while "Porky"
McNeil and "Dukie" Crowley were magnificent in their positions
of defense men. Greatly aiding the team in his first year of high
school play was sophomore Kenny Hayes, whose goal tending was
so superb that only seven boys were able to score against him
Coach Hourin believes this is the best integrated squad he has
ever coached and that the team should go far in the New England
The teams which North played this year are Brockton, Milton,
Quincy, Hingham, Whitman, Norwood, Lynn English, Lynn Classi-
cal, Milton Academy, and the U. S. Coast Guard.
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Shortly after the call for baseball candidates, a group of
hopeful ballplayers trotted out upon the still frozen diamond
to get into playing condition. As the weather became more
favorable to baseball, the team began to round into shape.
The batters swung with precision timing and the pitchers
began to cut the corners of the plate with their sharp curve
balls. When the actual season started, the long hours of
practice were evident as the outfielders made pretty running
catches, the infielders reeled off lightning double plays, and
the batters smashed solid line drives. As the warmth of spring
turned into the heat of summer the same disease affected
North as the rest of the country-baseball fever.
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This ls the Racket
Perhaps if you happen to see North's netmen practicing at
one of the city's tennis courts, and notice the unusual trajec-
tories of balls from every direction resulting in overall chaos,
you might wonder, "What new game is this?" The answer, my
puzzled friend, is that this is the first day of spring practice and
it could happen to anyone. The boys are preparing to barn-
storm the high school tennis loop in Roy Sinclair's big, noisy
Buick. In the course of a lengthy season the team encounters
most of the South Shore schools in addition to win-happy
Brookline. Last year North's lone victory was at the expense of
our perennial sports rival, Quincy. A good stroke, gentlemen!
Harry, Gil, and Ed get together before practice.
Gas" takes a little warm up.
lnvariably, the golf team attracts a relatively small amount
of attention from the majority of students at North, just as in-
variably, however, this group of youthful duffers succeeds in
establishing an impressive record each season. Since many of
last year's varsity men are coming back for more this spring,
the outlook for this year in golf is good.
Golf is unique in that there are practically never any spec-
tators at the matches, in fact, the teams usually play in relative
secrecy. When one considers the effort necessary to keep a
four-ball match in view, this privacy might be expected. For
four or five hours of more or less walking, the boys pursue a
sort of activated marshmallow, constantly endeavoring to push
it into a small hole in the ground. With this in mind, it is not
surprising that the boys play by themselves.
You even find this McNeil kid on a golf course
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Hip, hip, a familiar beginning to almost all the peppy cheers
voiced by our Cheerleaders! Not only do these girls cheer but
also they must be acrobats. There is an audible groan every-
time the pyramid is performed to the tune of a terrified ex-
clamation from the top-runger, "l'm going to fall!"
The inevitable practice with its aches and pains and those
dreaded words, "Try it again," will haunt the future in every
activity of even the Cheerleader's subconscious dream world.
The hustle and bustle of securing coulottes, white sweaters,
blouses, mocassins, and red socks was rewarded when at that
fateful first game despite the goose-pimply feeling you're doing
something horribly wrong, you don't but instead once in the
swing of things you become a well-poised, graceful cheerleader.
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look busy. At right: Our typists are
hard at work.
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The Manet seems to be unique among organized
publications, it has the distinction of being one of the
few yearbooks that is trying to be printed on time by
not meeting its deadlines. This unusual circumstance is
largely the work of a stubborn group of prima donnas
known as the editorial staff.
It seems that all the other phases of yearbook work
are somehow whipped into shape on time. The adver-
tising group, working diligently, managed to convince
a sufficient number of the populace that space in the
yearbook would be well worth the cost. Others, not
so convinced, purchased space, giving as their excuse
their desire to help out old alma mammy.
When the expected receipts began to appear
slightly inadequate, the patron staff was organized.
With fifteen dollars as its minimum, a crew of about
twenty set out and foraged the area, getting a dollar
here, a dollar there, in return for the honor of being a
patron of a still rather nebulous cause.
Meanwhile, other phases of the work were going
ahead as if scheduled, when the editorial staff pro-
vided a few previews of coming attractions. The senior
sketches became long overdue and many of these
written on time were unusable anyway, the result was
that the adviser finished the remaining fifty assign-
ments. Still, the flash bulbs kept popping and the type-
writers kept clocking, this activity showing that some
work was being ground out.
The next, and perhaps last, main obstacle seems to
be the completion of the writeups of clubs and sports
and, again, it is the editorial staff which is delaying
action. In years past, there has been considerable
delay, confusion, and laziness, but the publication
somehow manages to appear before graduation, for
this reason, the present Manet staff expects that there
will be a yearbook published this year.
Top right: Our new Patron Staff. Middle right: The
go-gettum advertising staff. Bottom right: An indispen-
sable item-John Moore.
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Charleston! Charleston! Made in Carolina
lt was the same story every homeroom period: seniors float-
ing all over the institution begging, borrowing, or stealing slips
to go down to 126, our club room. It was here that Riddie would
play while we would sing, dance, and drink tea.
It was here that the Girls' Club members, including honorary
males, planned for, worked for, and accomplished spectacular
events. Squaw Rock provided the setting for a three hour para-
dise for "les femmes" and their food.
Endless time, brain work, and manual labor produced a
priest's cassock for a robe and cockscrewed newspapers for
the locks of the -queen of the fabulous "Witches Waltz." The
Christmas play shared with the physically handicapped high-
lighted a visit from Santa himself.
We whirled in heaven at "Stardust" where Mary and Pete
were crowned with golden wreaths, and we could only be
brought back to our senses by the invigorating water at the
Splash party. Then, right before our eyes, fellow classmates
spotlighted into Mary Martins and Ezio Pinzas in a benefit that
raised green stuff for this written page.
We played a lot, worked a little, and had a sensational year.
Notice the auditorium's new velvet curtains, underclass men,
we did it. Multitudes of thanks go to the patience and under-
standing of Miss Melanson and Mrs. Smith. You made our club
At left, reading clockwise: T. Terry and Bruce stop the show with
"Aba-daba Honeymoon." 2. Pete and Mary are crowned king
and queen at the semi-formal. 3. Doug and Raffa keep the
crowd in stitches as Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. 4. Bev tells
South America to take it away.
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STRIKE UP THE BAND
"Football??-We also go to see the band."
And the band it was that we saw every Saturday after-
noon parading down the football field, massing into a
patriotic red and black N, and beating out the spirited "Rah
for North Quincy" to accompany our red-blooded cheering
And what would our football rallies have been fthe hockey
one tooj without the gala pace that the band set. Remember
the four new songs they mastered for the Thanksgiving
fAmeni game . . . the Friday homeroom periods when we
on the fourth fioor dissected right angles, conjugated se
laver in the conditional, and played hypothetical roulette
with Becky Sharpe in old-word casinos to the rhythm of
"Sound-Off" . . . the sartorial "spit and polish' of their new
monkey suits at the twenty-fifth anniversary party. We'll
never forget our band.
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Blow, Gabriel fEd Whitej, blow.
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Sutton's bronzed legs strutted up and
down our simulated gridiron in perfect
-we tried it-rhythm after ceaseless
drilling in our gym. Flashing frozen
smiles, we hid our conscious counting
while with proverbially crossed fingers
we hoped for perfect execution of
our whirling acts. Wooden heads were
in misery as the stage floor would
rise to greet their beckoning spin.
Irene's mystic power over her stick as
against the goal post's stayed with her
all season. Strains of "dum dum, da
de da de um dum" will forever make
us want to swing those batons into
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LYRICAL LADS AN D
The lights are dimmed, the expectant audience is hushed,
somewhat surprised at the unfamiliar sound of organ music
in our auditorium. Then a solemn procession of black-robed
figures winds toward the stage to begin the annual Christmas
assembly. The long hours of rehearsal are well rewarded as
the difficult and beautiful Messiah is successfully presented.
This is perhaps the most memorable of the many programs
put on by North's largest Glee Club.
Some of the other principal events of the year include the
reverent Thanksgiving broadcast, the Memorial Day pro-
gram with its inspiring message, "Lest we forget," and par-
ticipation in graduation exercises.
Perhaps most of the fun was had at rehearsals and home-
room period meetings. In room 402 the complex worries of
the student were forgotten for a few minutes, and everybody
got together simply to sing a couple of songs. Whenever
hard work loomed ominously ahead, the constant cheerful-
ness of Miss Fitts always came to the rescue.
Top left: The eight top tones. Middle left: Riddy gives us
some Christmas carols.
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Start with thin air fnothingj, add a little hot air CSOCM: of
the ideasl, but don't forget to mix in the sweet air fthe
strains of a big-name bandl. Last of all, put on your white
tie and tails and get that certain air about you fthe good
feeling you can't help getting as Prom night draws' so closel.
Then you've got your something wonderful, a whirlwind
of merriment and delight, a forget-me-not night, replete with
gorgeous decorations that serve as fitting background for a
color panorama from gossamer evening gowns to the tiny
cherished favors, your keepsakes after graduation, remind-
ing you of your wonderful Prom.
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THE LITTLE FCUR
Trotting along in our big footsteps is an able pack of
juniors. They've one more lap to go in their high school life
and are still in the lead. The four, neck 'n neck at the head
of this pack, have run a beautiful year.
Donny tried dancing to relax his worn-torn nerves. Helen
kept up the spirit of this hard-working foursome with her
ioviality. More money was collected by them than by any
other group. Capable Howie kept track. Sweet and pretty
Nan falias Dianel ran the written part of this iunior stretch.
We, the Seniors, wish you all the luck in the world. It's
been wonderful having a class such as you coming up
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THE BIG FCUR
Everyone knows who they are and what they did
so 'Ye Olde Manete' will tell their secrets of how
they did it.
Al, proverbially tall, dark, and handsome, takes
thick chocolate frappes as vitamin pills to gain quick
energy. Being more diplomatic, Phyllis tells iokes ldid
you hear about the Indian?J at our lunch table. Both
sides of arguments battle for Joe while his good nature
keeps him land the other threej calm. And that build!
Carol is a tiny wonder. You saw her tear up and down
memorable corridors all year long.
The inside motive of this sensational quartet was
all the same: to make the class of '52 good, better,
and, finally, the best.
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mor. Below: On Graduation Day.
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THE LAMP IS LIGHTED
To have the National Honor Society pass in review
before the MANET grandstand is an academic pleas-
ure. The members of the society have reached the
pinnacle in scholarship, leadership, character, and
service throughout their student days at N. Q. H. S.
Their achievements, therefore, have merited them the
Society's coveted pin, the medal of honor among all
high school's cherished remembrances.
The induction ritual both reverent and inspiring is
the most impressive assembly of each school year.
Miss Katherine Horrigan is in charge of North
Quincy Chapter of the National Honor Society.
DIMES FCR DCING
For one-tenth part of a dollar . . . Everything with
the Council operates on a ten cent piece . . . Buy Cl
bookcover-cost you a dime . . . Get a decal for your
hotrod-ten cents please . . . Donate to the Red
Feather Drive-a dime's enough . . . Or give to the
March of Dimes-that speaks for itself. It's a busy
crew that run in and out of Miss Enos' room depositing
their little silver coins fstrictly non-profitj into the box
marked "Good Things for N.Q.H.S." Sure enough we
benefited from the efforts of Riddy Roberts and the
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decal. Below: Attention please!
The time set for the opening of the meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
is 7:30 p.m.p at approximately 7:40, the first of the boys begin
to arrive. At irregular intervals thereafter, more of North
Quincy's chosen few show up. Until the formal meeting is called
to order, a sort of dignified chaos exists in the main room.
Ardent fans of sport cheer their favorites on as the ping-pong
tournaments rage, while enthusiasts of a more cultural bent
deliver their artistries to the world by way of the old upright
When the meeting is at last called, club members reluctantly
file in, unwilling to detach themselves from the sport and,
coincidentally, the Tri-Hi-Y. Invariably, the program is of in-
terest to the boys, and it often helps to fill in the time until
"Tri" is over, at which time the boys, like the Arabs, silently
fold their tents and steal away. The Hi-Y has been and will
continue to be, an important factor in the extra-curricular life
of North students.
At unpredictable Tri-Hi-Y initiations, new members run the
emotional gamut from blind-folded horror to squealing ioy to
unalloyed relief when they discover that they are all in one
Ride 'em cowboy!
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piece after harrowing tight-rope walking stunts, air-pressure
tricks and Machiavellian-inspired jokes.
But once the girls are wholly themselves again they sparkle
through a socially effervescent year, what with Monday-night
maleless record hops, a Sadie Hawkins dance with a Romeo
for every Juliet, a mystery ride liable to end in a bone-rattling
graveyard, a hobo-inhabited dump, or eerily enough not end at
all, and this year's novelty an alumnae tea for the career gals.
With Mrs. Heap's versatile suggestions, Tri-Hi-Y never knows
a dull minute.
.... 'Gwen "
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There's no skiing here, girls.
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RESEARCH OR REVELRY?
All of the serious-minded students here at school are ac-
quainted with the library and socialstudies rooms. These rooms
not only provide research materials but also give us a place in
which to meet "the gang" in order to make and break dates.
The seventy members of the staff are used to hearing some-
one ask for "a little green book about soooo big with silver
letteringp I don't remember the title or the author." And always
either Miss Sherman or Miss Countie can find the sought-
Then there's the day that we students plan to do our research
topic Cdue the second period? in the library during the first
period. What!! No slips? They can't do that! But they do, and
we realize how important that little space on the third floor
is to us.
Above: Morning confusion as books are returned. At right:
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Books can be fun. The members of the Library Book
Recommendation Committee are proving this to them-
selves and others while, at the same time, they render the
school a great service. For many hours in the library they
pore over reviews in search of a suitable book. When
they find this and obtain Miss Sherman's approval, the
hard work is over. The reading of the book is no chore
because the rabid reviewer selects one that appeals to
him. If his report is favorable, the stout-hearted critic is
rewarded by the sight of his classic reclining proudly in
the company of classical manuscripts and dog-eared vol-
umes of North's Library. This service benefits the students
directly, for the books chosen by their classmates, which
range from action packed thrills in the South Seas to
interesting habits of the East Mongolian Tree Frog, are
bound to please the whole group.
Rich does a little readin'.
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A sinister-looking character has been observed wandering
aimlessly through the hallowed corridors of N. Q.'H. S.
during classes, carrying a black box, some wiring, and a few
assorted tools. No need to call the F. B. I., however, for he is
merely one of Mr. Forest's able disciples embarking on a
mission to set up the microphone in the auditorium' or per-
haps to show the geography class a film. Manning the pro-
jector is only a small part of this embryo Edison's duties.
He is behind every major production involving electronics
such as the Girls' Club Show, the Thanksgiving broadcast
and many more. The Christmas Assembly was a highlight of
the club's activities as the boys set up a complex system to
connect the organ in the next-door church to the auditorium.
lt actually worked!
Theirs is a thankless lot, for these unsung heroes are sel-
dom seen except occasionally clambering over the catwalks
above the stage or working feverishly over a complicated
mechanism attempting to eliminate an occasional SQUAWK
over the mike. Everyone has heard their familiar "Testing
The boys have their hours of enioyment, too, as the battle-
weary tape recorder, the disemboweled audiophone, and
the battered walls of 330 will readily testify. The boys know
their stuff and work wonders with their equipment, but when
that occasional unforseen film snaps there is always a ioker
in the crowd who will come up with-"What's the matter?
Can't you guys run a simple machine?" Oh well, they
laughed at Marconi too.
The boys behind the scenes
THE GRAY LADIES
After doctoring our sick during school time, Miss Gray turns
her attention to a healthier group, the Nurses' Career Club.
On their first monthly meeting they invited a nun from the
Carney Hospital to explain the duties of a nurse.
For the rest of the year they visited many hospitals to get a
first-hand view of what nursing really means. So it was that
twice last year the Quincy Hospital Staff found itself invaded
by a group of aspirants Knot to the sickbeds although one of
them was enioying a temperature of 'l0ll. After a tour of the
wards, tea was served by the student nurses, some of them
North Alumnae. The members of the club enioyed similar visits
to the Boston Lying-In and Children's Hospitals as well as a
trip to Quincy's Health Center.
To relieve the many hours and days of unrelenting mental
sweat in the classrooms, a sports-minded group of senior-high
girls gather each Tuesday in the gym to work up plenty of
physical sweat as they enioy keen basketball competition.
Running the label-name gamut from Hoopsters to Shooting
Stars, every team has a'maximum of foul-shot luminaries with
resultant scores skyrocketing.
Come spring, the girls move on outside and try their hand at
softball and badminton. With Miss McCoy as their indefatigable
sponsor, these girls certainly know how to wash "Blue Mon-
days" right out of their hair every Tuesday.
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TEN PINS AND TONIC
Monday's the day that the pin boys at the
Norfolk Downs bowling alleys dread. Forty-eight
girls from North go shrieking down the stairs to
swarm over the alleys. While the boys ieer, those
gals lob the balls, and slide down the alleys,
and roll up their scores in the most "unusual"
The girls are all trying for an average of 90
on three strings or for a score of-100 on a single
string. Of course, everyone wants to help, and
the walls ring with the advice that every girl has
to offer on how to hit that middle pin or that one
that's left standing.
The long list of girls who are waiting for the
opportunity to ioin up shows iust how popular
Miss McCoy's girls' bowling club is.
At right: The pin boys spend an afternoon of
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The cafeteria echoes with Hispanic-sounding
phrases, ancl so another meeting of. our mad Latins is
going fortissimo. Over cake and coke the seiors and
seiioritas plan another Gran Fiesta while they are
chattering as glibly as if they were talking in their
Middle right: Ma, he's makin' eyes at me. Bottom right
Senor Juan Walsh. Below: Jan's "baby" with a full
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What about alumni news? What college
has Keith flunked out of this time? ls this
Joanie's third or fourth set of twins?
Say that gal in the "Guess Who?" column
is cute. But favorite dish "spinach"-ugh! That
description of her ideal man sounds vaguely
like her steady.
Who'd Bob take to that dance last Satur-
day? So she finally managed to get his ring.
She's been working hard for thatp what a
Our school in "27" sure was small. Just
look at that picture in the anniversary issue.
A school for midgets perhaps?
Kids, we've got to get more advertise-
ments. Sixty dollars apiece or else. It'll be
easy to get the stores to advertise-if you
talk to them at gunpoint.
Well, that's our North Star. How could we
ever keep up to date on all the "dirt" with-
At right: They're not really reading ity they
just want their pictures taken.
You name it, l'll tame it!
"Which way do you point it, Mr. Burgess?"
asks an anxious newcomer to the Rifle Club,
but the newcomer soon learns and that's why
we win all the time. Thursday the "guns" pile
into the Driver Edmobile and take the ferry
across to Squantum School and begin to pul-
verize the walls in preparation for the Na-
tional Rifle and Postal Matches at Washing-
ton, D. C. and the Hearst Tournament. Only
a couple of the Annie Oakleys get to Wash-
ington, but they bring back the medals.
The air is tense in room 424 as a deli-
cate operation is about to be performed.
An authoritative figure bends over the
subject and speaks: "Scalpel . . . clamps
. . . will somebody please pin his legs
down? . . . Hey, look what I found." The
patient is merely an ill-fated frog who
sacrificed all for science on the dissecting
trays of N. Q. H. S.
Ready, aim, tire!
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PURPLE COWS AND GREEN PEOPLE
A dab and a daub of indigo and tangerine and, presto, another masterpiece is created
in room 329, the North Quincy branch of the Louwire. Here a second generation of Charles
Connicks produced, in the Christmas Nativity window, a breath of spiritual beauty.
WOMAN'S PLACE IS.. .
Whether ortnot these girls are begging the question by calling themselves future homer
makers we don't know. But what we do know is that they are making the most of Leap Year
-'tis said the way to a man's heart is through his stomach-by such delectable lures as
succulent spaghetti suppers topped with mounds of Baked Alaska.
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Itfs all belliml us:
MR. HERMAN J. AARON
MRs. GREENOUGH ABBEE
MR. CHARLES ABBOTT
DR. ABRAHAM H. ALTER
MISS ETHYL ACETATE
MR. ARTHUR AGNEW
MR. L.1C. ALBERTI
MISS JEAN ANDERSON
MR. RUSSELL ANDERSON
MR. PHILIP ANGELIQIS
MR. RALPH A. ARVESEN
MISS B. ARANsoN
MRs. A. J. ARCHAMBAULT
MR. A. E. ARMSTRONG JR.
MR. CLARENCE s. ARMSTRONG JR.
MISS JANET APPELIN
MR. a. MRs. LLOYD C. ATKINSON
MIss RHoDA BARKER
MR ALBERT E. BARToL
MRs. JETTA BATES
MRs. THOMAS G. BATES
DR. FRANK BELIN
MR. B. MRS. ARTHUR E. BENSON
MR. JACK BERMAN
MR. GEORGE M. BETTER
Miss MARCIA BIANCHI
MRs. MARGARET BIANCHI
MRs. DOROTHY BIGGs
MR. J. WILLIAM BIGoNEss
MR. ROBERT BISHOP '39
MIss LILLIAN M. BISSETT
MRs. DONALD BLAIRE
MRS. ROBERT A. BLAKE
MRS. wILLIAM H. BLINN
Miss RITA BOLAND
MR. a. MRs. ROBERT E. BosTwICK
MIss sUsAN BOVA 'so
MRs. JoHN BRESNAHAN
MR. oTIs A. BRIGHAM
MR. B. MRs. LAWRENCE BRoDERICK
DR. JAMES C. BRUDNO
MIss DOROTHY BRUTON
MRs. HELEN A. BRuToN
The worry -
The wading through a stack of photos to find one elusive candid-
The endless planning and replanning layouts to satisfy a crazy whim
Still the haunting worry!
The 'hectic meetings that burn the midnight oil, no worry here-too tired.
Then, the big deadline-judgment day should be so close-
Last, but not least, waiting, hoping, praying . . .
But that's all behind us.
My initial and most lasting gratitude belongs to John S. Hofferty for
his progressive understanding and unceasing industry in helping Us bring
you this year's publication. I iust think after all he went through there has
to be something wrong with the guy. I wish to thank my editors and my
staff with -a special orchid to John Moore for his camera magic ....
Thanks to Mr. James Bleiler of Purdy's Photographers for his admirable
cooperation . . . and to Mr. O'NeiIl of Bradbury Press for his unselfish
efforts to further our progress .... An orchid to Miss Lillian Gormley for
her most capable management of our commercial problems .... Thanks
to Mr. James S. 'Collins for his inspiring message, apropos to this, North's
25th anniversary .... And to Mrs. Smith and Miss Morrison who salted
away our millions for us.
And to the Senior Class-to those who plan to don tin hats and fatigues,
or future members of the horn-rim, white-shoe clan, to everyone, I iust
want to say, "I'm grateful, mighty gratefuI." If you don't do anything
else, write if you get work.
BOB KEAY, Editor-in-Chief
To Our ADVERTISERS and PATRONS
Many, Many Thanks
MR. ROY BRUTON JR.
MR. JOHN BRYAN
MR. WALTER L. BRYAN '34
MR. DAVID F. BURKE JR.
MR. HARRY G. BURNHAM
MRS. J. W. BURNHAM
MR. WILLIAM BURNS
MRS. J. F. BUSWELL
MRS. FRED CADDICK
MRS. JOSEPH CAFFERELLI
CAMPFIRE GIRLS S. S. C.
MR. JOSEPH CAREY
MR. RODGER CARLSON
MRS. J. F. CARLZ
MR. WILLIAM R. CARNEY
MRS. JAMES CARROLL
MISS JEANNE E. CARROLL
MISS RITA CARROLL
MRS. RUTH M. CARROLL
MISS NANCY CASHEN
MR. JOSEPH CATALDO
MR. EDWARD V. CHAFE '45
MRS. D. F. CHRISTIE
MISS KAY CLARE
MRS. JOSEPHINE L. CLARK
MR. JACK CLASBY
MRS. ENSON CLIFFORD
MRS. W. CLIFFORD COCKSHAW
MR. RICHARD COBBAN
MR. JAMES J. COLLINS
MR. 8. MRS. D. M. COLQUHOUN
MRS. WALTER COMEAU
MR. 8. MRS. ANTHONY CONDANGELO
MR. 8- MRS. FREDRICK COOK
MR. HENRY COOK
MRS. DAVID COOPER
MRS. ELEANOR R. COUGHLIN '43
MR. 8- MRS. HENRY J. CURTIS
MR. JAMES CUSHING
MR. JAMES J. COX
MRS. WALLACE DANFORTH
MISS LOIS DAITCH
MISS PATRICIA DALEY
MR. WILLIAM DALEY
MR. JOHN R. DANCKERT
MISS EDNA DANGORA
MR. MARTY DARCY
MR. B. MRS. ARTHUR J. DARoIs
MRs. BLANCHE DAWE
MISS M. LOUISE DINEGAN
MISS DONNA DOHERTY
MRs. G. DES RocHEs DoHERTY '42
MR. JAMES P. DONOVAN
MRs. KATHERINE C. DONOVAN
MISS MARJORIE C. DoNovAN
MRS. GEORGE DoRING
MR. ARTHUR P. DowD
MR. B. MRs. HENRY DRAHEIM
MRs. FRANCIS DRAKE
MRs. JAMEs DREW
MISS CAROL DUNHAM
MRs. EDITH T. DUNHAM
MRs. MARY H. DUNCAN
MR. LOUIS A. DuPLEssIs
MRs. ETHEL M. DUPONT
MISS BETsv DURHAM
MRs. LACKEY ELIOT
EMPLOYEES OF N. E. COMMISSARY,
MRS. PATRICIA WAITE FAGE '42
MISS CATHERINE FINN
MR. ROY FISHER
MR. JOHN FITZERALD
MRS. JOSEPH FITZGERALD
MISS JANE FLAHERTY
MRS. ELLA FOLEY
THE FOLEY FAMILY
MR. FRANCIS W. FOLEY '38
MRS. CLIFTON FOLLANSBEE
MR. LAWRENCE G. FRENCH
MR. 8. MRS. JAMES FRAZER
MR. 81 MRS. WILLIAM J. FORRISTALL
MR. HENRY FRIES
MR. FRANK FROST
MR. PAUL E. GALLAGHER
MR. 8. MRS. ROBERT GALLAGHER
MR. JACK GALVIN '50
MR. 8L MRS. JOHN J. GALVIN
MR. CHANDLER GARLAND
MISS ANNA E. GAVEL
MR. BRUCE GETCHELL
MR. BL MRS. PAUL GIFFORD
MR. 8L MRS. FRANK C. GILBODY'
MR. WALTER GOLDIE
MR. IRVING I. GOODOF
MR. JOSEPH L. GOODOF
MISS LOUISE GOODWIN
MR. GEORGE B. GOSLIN
MRS. ANNE GREENE
MR. FRANKLIN GREENE
MR. JOSEPH GRIPPI
MRS. EVELYN GUIFFRE
MR. 8- MRS. E. A. HADLOCK
MR. ROGER C. HADLEY
MR. EDWARD S. HAGERTY
MR. JAMES W. HAGGERTY
MRS. ARTHUR SEYMOUR HALL
MR. CHESTER K. HAMMOND
MRS. SADIE HAMMOND
MR. JOHN HAMRE
MR. 81 MRS. WALTER J. HANNON
MR. WALTER HANNON JR.
MRS. ROGER HARTWELL
MRS. MARY HAY
MISS MARGUERITE HAYES
MRS. JAMES HAZELHURST
MR. BL MRS. EDWIN J. HEAP
MR. 8: MRS. JOHN HEFFERNAN
DR. DONALD R. HEIGHT
MR. 81 MRS. STANLEY D. HENDERSON
MRS. CHARLES HENNESSY
MRS. CHESTER HOBART
MR. 81 MRS. GEORGE J. HOWE
MRS. ELIZABETH HOWELL
MISS EUNICE HOWELL
MR. RALPH E. HOPKINS
MR. 8- MRS. H. F. HURLEY
MISS BARBARA A. HUSSEY
MR. ALDEN B. HUTT
MRS. WALTER F. JAMES
MRS. ALFRED B. JOHNSON
MR. 81 MRS. B. W. JOHNSON
MR. ROBERT JOHN JONES
MR. FRANCIS JONES
MR. KENNETH JOHNSON '45
DR. ROBERT JOHNSON '42
MRS. ALICE JOYCE
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
MR. SIDNEY C. KALISH
RALPH W. KEARNS M.D.
MR. C. P. KEAY
MR. JOHN C. KEITH
MR. JAMES A. KELLAHER
MRS. CATHERINE E. KELLEY
MISS EDITH KELLEY
MRS. EDITH KELLEY
MR. GORDON M. KELLEY
MRS. GRACE H. N. KELLEY
MR. HARVEY H. KELLEY
MISS JANICE B. KELLEY
MR. JOHN E. KELLEY
MR. LORAN F. KELLEY
MRS. THEODORE R. KELLEY
MISS JEAN KEMNO '47
MRS. NEIL E. KILE
MR. KILBY T. KLINE
MR. KARL KOCH
MR. PAUL A. KOCH
MISS JUNE KNIGHT
MR. HAROLD M. KNOWLES
MRS. HENRY A. KOHLUS
MR. 8. MRS. EDWIN S. KUNDSIN
MRS. ARVID LAGH
MISS ELEANOR LAITINEN
MRS. EDWARD LARKIN
MR. JACK LEARY
MR. JOHN J. LEARY JR.
MRS. RALPH LEAVITT
MR. DONALD LEGGE
MR. ROBERT LEGGE
MRS. ARTHUR LINDGREN
MRS. CHARLES LINNEHAN
MR. GEORGE C. LOFTUS
THE LITTLE FAMILY
MR. 81 MRS. GEORGE LOWE
MR. F. ALLEN MACDONALD
MISS JEAN L. MACDONALD
MISS NANCY A. MACDONALD
MRS. WILLIAM MACDONALD JR.
MR. JOHN MACGILLVRAY
MRS. LEON MACINTYRE
MRS. JANNIE E. MACKAY
MR. 8. MRS. DONALD H. MACKENZIE
MRS. EMMET MACLAUGHLIN
MR. 8: MRS. JOHN OA. MACLEOD
MISS ESTHER MAGRI
MR. 8. MRS. ARTHUR MAHONEY
DR. EDWARD S. MANN
MR. AL MARROCCO
MRS. ALWYN F. MARSTON
MISS EDITH MARTIN '50
MRS. ELLEN T. McCARTHY
MRS. JAMES A. McCARTHY
MRS. MARION McCARTHY
MR. E. J. McCONNELL
MISS JOAN MCCORMACK
MISS KATHERINE McCOY
MR. JOHN McCUTCHEON
MRS. WILLIAM McDONALD
MISS WINIFRED MCDONALD
MR. 81 MRS. FRANCIS J. McDONOUGH
MR. LLOYD F. McGAW
MR. LEO T. McGRATH
MRS. JAMES McGREGGOR
MRS. MARY COCHRANE McIVER
MISS ALICE M. McLAUGHLIN
MISS DOREEN McLAUGHLIN
MR. HAROLD McLEOD
MR. THOMAS McMAHON
MR. JOHN McNALLY
MR. 8. MRS. JOHN J. McNALLY
MR. NEAL E. McPECK
MRS. NEAL E. McPECK
MISS CAROLYN McTEAR
MISS JOAN MEADE '46
MRS. PEGGY ROONEY MEEK '46
MR. ARNOLD R. MELANSON
MR. R. E. MELANSON
MR. W. H. MENNELL
MRS. W. A. MERRILL
MISS JOYCE MIDDLETON
MRS. WALTER J. MILES
MRS. HELENE MILLER
DR. JOHN C. MINIHAN
MRS. ALICE MITCHELL
MRS. GEORGE MITCHELL
MR. JAMES L. MITCHELL
MR. JOSEPH MOAKLEY
MRS. JOAN I. MOLLINS
MR. 8. MRS. DENZIL V. MOORE
MR. 8n- MRS. F. E. MOORE
J. B. MORAN FAMILY
MISS STEPHANIE L. MORAND
MR. 8. MRS. EDWARD MORGAN
THE MORSE FAMILY
MR. iR. C. MORSE
MRS. MARIE G. MULLEN
MR. 8- MRS. FRANCIS A. MULLIN
MR. JOSEPH M. MULVEY
MISS KATHLEEN T. MULVEY
MR. JAMES F. MURPHY
MISS MARION MYERS '47
MR. ROBERT NASER
MRS. MARTIN NEE
MR. 8. MRS. ARTHUR E. NELSON
MISS LEE NEWCOMB
MRS. HELEN B. NEWHALL
MR. CHARLES NEWTON
MISS ELYNORE NOCHER
MR. 81 MRS. T. NOONAN
MRS. HENRY OBERG
DR. PAUL I .O'BRIEN
MRS. CATHERINE S. OHRENBERGER
MR. WILLIAM OHRENBERGER
THE ORINT FAMILY
DR. CARLETON G. OSGOOD
MR. 8. MRS. A. S. OWEN
PROF. R. W. PARSONS
MRS. ESTHER PAULSEN
MRS. PERLEY J. PAYSON JR.
MR. KENNETH PEARSALL
MISS BARBARA PERRY
MRS. MAIDA PERRY
MRS. VERE PERRY
MRS. BERNARDINA PETERSON
MISS LOIS PETERSON
MISS MARJORIE PICARD '49
MRS. DOROTHY RANDOLPH POUTREE
MISS JOAN POMPEO
MRS. FRANCIS PRADA
MR. 8. MRS. LEIGHTON PRATT
MISS HELEN PUDDINGTON
QUINCY CENTRAL LABOR UNION
MR. WALTER RATTENBURY
MISS BERTHA RAYMOND
MISS JANE RAYMOND
MISS NANCY RAYMOND
MR. T. REARDON
MRS. LOIS STIMART REGAN '42
MRS. MABEL REGAN
MR. DON REGNIER
MR. WILLIAM REID
MR. DONALD P. RHUDE '48
MISS JANET E. RICH
MR. ROBERT J. RICHARDSON
THE RICHARDS FAMILY
MR. 8- MRS. EDWARD G. RILEY
MRS. D. F. RILEY
MR. GREGORY RILEY
MR. STEPHEN J. RILEY
MR. DON RIZZO
MR. JOHN RIZZO
MRS. JOHN RIZZO
MR. 8. MRS. CECIL A. ROBERTS
MR. 81 MRS. F. ERNEST ROBERTS
MISS VIRGINIA A. ROBERTS '48
MR. SANDY ROBERTSON
MR. 8. MRS. ALBERT ROBINSON JR.
MR. WALTER J. ROCHE
MR. EDMUND RODGERS
MR. E. V. RODGERS
MRS. FRANCES ROSIN
MR. FRELE H. ROYER
MR. SAMUEL RUBIN
MRS. LILLIAN SALOMON
MR. JOE SALTALAMACCHIA
MR. 8. MRS. ROBERT SANDERS '50
MRS. .HELEN N. SANDISON
MR. R. M. SARGENT
MRS. ELIZABETH SAWIN
REV. VICTOR V. SAWYER
MISS ELEANOR SCANLON '49
MR. ROBERT J. SELLER "45
MR. WILLIAM SHAFFER
MRS. MADELINE F. SHANNON
MR. FRANK SILBA
MR. 8. MRS. JOSEPH L. SILVA
DR. 8. MRS. THADDEUS J. SLOMKOWSKI
MRS. ADA SMITH
MISS EDITH SMITH
MR. GEORGE C. SMITH JR. '40
MISS NANCY SMITH
MRS. RAYMOND SMITH
MR. WARREN SMITH
MR. GEORGE SOMERVILLE
MR. 8- MRS. CHARLES SOUKOVICH
MRS. WALTER A. SPENCER
ST. CHRYSOSTOM'S CHOIR
ST. pCHRYSOSTOM'S Y. P. F.
MISS EDITH L. ST. CLAIR
MR. DICK STEWART '50
MR. DON M. STEWART
MR. NORMAN L. STEVENS
MRS. HENRY G. STONE
MISS HAZEL STROUT
MRS. ELIAS A. SWANSON
MR. EMERY A. SWANSON
MR. 81 MRS. EMERY H. SWANSON
MISS DOROTHY F. SWETT
MRS. ALICE SWIRBALUS
MR. TONY TENAGLIA
MR. JOHN TIERNEY
MRS. JOHN TIERNEY
MR. WILLIAM C. TODD JR.
MRS. LINCOLN VALENCIA
MR. CHRISTOS VALLAS
MISS EDNA M. VALLEE
LESLIE H. VAN RAALTE M.D.
MISS CONNIE VIGNEAULT
MR. FRED O. WADSWORTH
MR. JOHN WALKER
MR. MAHLON W. WALKER
MRS. MINNA S. WALLACE
MR. MIKE WALSH
MR. BERNARD WALTERS
MRS. KATHERINE WARNER
MR. LAWRENCE WATT
MR. HARRY L. WEIKEL
MRS. HENRY J. WELSH
MR. 8. MRS. JACK WESTERBEKE
MR. 8. MRS. ALFRED D. WHELTON
MRS. JAMES A. WHITE
MRS. PHIL WHITE
MR. C. A. WHITING
MISS FLORENCE C. WHITING
MR. GEORGE H. WHITTUM
MISS CAROL WILKERSON
MRS. T. A. WINSLOE
MRS. GEORGE WINTERS
WOLLASTON SCHOOL FACULTY
MR. 8. MRS. ALBERT E. WOODMAN
MISS ANN WOODS
MR. THOMAS C. WOODS
MR. JOHN A. WRIGHT
MR. JOHN E. WRIGHT
MR. RAYMOND S. WRIGHT
MR. DONALD YOUNG
MRS. HORACE YOUNG
MR. STAN YOUNG '49
MRS. :JOSEPH P. YOUNGWORTH
MRS. M. A. ZOEHLER
MR. PETER J. ZOIA
WE RETAIL AT WAREHOUSE PRICES
LEE RUG COMPANY
Broadloom to Fmt Any Room
760 SOUTHERN ARTERY
QUINCY 69 MASS
eP 0277 fo Et otes Ope Eve ng
A JOB WELL DO E
A first rate yearbook has been generally def1ned as bemg a faithful
graphlc reproduction of school life
As prlnters for the 1952 MANET we make no pretense of havmg the
detalled knowledge of school llfe at North Quincy Hugh which would
qualify us to ludge the MANET by thus standard As speclallsts ln
yearbooks however we see enough yearbooks to dlstmgulsh be
tween the ordlnary and the exceptional
We feel that Bob Keay and his classmates have done an exceptional
lob ln assembling the 1952 MANET under the guldlng hand of
Mr John Hofferty
The 1952 MANET IS allve from cover to cover and IS certainly a
lwmg graphic reproduction of llfe at North Quincy We thunk this IS
well In keeping with the 25th anniversary celebration of a growmg
and actlve school and we hasten to add our congratulations to both
Staff and Advisor for a ,ob well done'
W B BRADBURY COMPANY
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Loren Murchison 8m Co
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELERS
Opposlfe Hrsforzc Old Soufh Church
BOSTON 8 MASS
333 WASHINGTON ST
Phone RI 2 0161
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MOST ACTIVE HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI
ASSOCIATION IN MASSACHUSETTS
JOAN MEADE Vlce Pres JEAN KEMNO Sec
GEORGE C. SMITH JR., Pres. WALTER BRYAN, Treos
THE CLASS OF 52
PNEUMATIC SCALE CORPORATION, LIMITED
COMPLETE PACKAGING AND BOTTLING EQUIPMENT
Publlc Parking Area
Gr 2 5352 Pr 3 9241
RICH S TAXI SERVICE
3 BILLINGS ROAD
NORTH QUINCY 7I MASS
24 Hour Radio Tax: 8. Lrmousme Service
Special Rafes Arranged for Groups Clubs Parhes
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
DERRINGER THE FLORIST
F L O W E R S T O R E
Telephone PResldenf 3 0959
MATHEWSON MACHINE WORKS INC
NO 2 HANCOCK STREET
AT NEPONSET BRIDGE
389 HANCOCK sr., No. QUINCY 71, MASS.
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NORTH QUINCY GARAGE COMPANY
24-hour Towing Service
Ambrose C Duggan Francis Duggan
131 133 HANCOCK STREET NORTH QUINCY
PResldenT 3 1100
STONBERG MOTORS INC
485 WASHINGTON STREET QulNcY
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH
Our Service Guarantees Customer Satisfaction
GRanlTe 2 8680
Charles C Perkms Servlce Manager
DODGE "JOB-RATED" TRUCKS
N O R F O L K
Paint 81 Varnlsh Co
NORTH QUINCY MASS
HA M K
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- THE HEALTH TIF THE HUME
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Thorough Intenslve Tramlng Day ancl Evening Dlvlslons
Begun Any Monday Open AII Year
Full Secretarial and Short Courses
367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS
Telephone HAncock 6 8910
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF 52
70x and Heaney I-111
THE CLASS OF T952
TO THE CLASS OF 52
SENIOR STUDENT CCUNCIL
CLASS OF 1952
NORTHWAY SERVICE STATION
Tydol Veedol P oducts fo You Car
260 HANCOCK STREET GR 2 9465
NORTH QUINCY MASS
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COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
TO THE CLASS OF 52
S H E R I D A N S
Qumcys Fashion Center
IN ouk FAS:-nous
PResldent 3 1657 Res GRamte 2 2051
MEMORIAL GRANITE CO INC
Wrlte for Catalogue
159 HANCOCK STREET NORTH QUINCY MASS
GEO T McLAUTHLIN CO
Over A Century of Service
120 FULTON STREET BOSTON 13 MASS
CA 7 3760
Wheel Alignment Brake Drums Machmed
Frame 8. Axle Stralghtenlng Brakes Rellned 81 Adlusted
Wheels Stralghtened 81 Balanced Grey Rock Brake Llmng
ALIGNMENT 8. BRAKE SERVICE CO
410 CAMBRIDGE STREET
ALLSTON 34 MASS
TO THE CLASS OF '52
SWIFT AND BACHMAN INC
Your Neighborhood Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer
330 HANCOCK STREET NORTH QUINCY
Elevators - Dumbwaiters - Firedoors
RICHARD J GORMAN
Ralnbow Jewelry DeMolay Jewelry
23A BEALE STREET WOLLASTON
'I364 HANCOCK STREET
QUINCY 69 MASS
ROGER W KENT CO
WOLLASTON BEACH BOULEVARD
NEAR YACHT CLUBS
DONALD KENT ROGER KENT
NQH Class 35 NQH Class 38
Other North Quincy Employees
Ed Radcliff Class 47
Bob Mansfield Class 42
Ralph Manmng Class 39
Bicknell Hall Class 38
Come In and See Our Summer Fashions
JANTZEN SWIM SUITS
Caltex of California
Seamolds by Flexees
Dresses and Sportswear to
Fmt Your Budget
Remember It Doesnt Cost
a Fortune to Look a Mllllon
BETSY LEE SHOPPE
BEALE STREET woLLAsToN MASS
"Where Classmates Meet"
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W E L B Y S
EAST SQUANTUM STREET
F B RICH 8. SONS
The Ongmal Rrch
Local 81 Long Dnstance Movlng
Packlng Storage Cratmg 81 Shlppmg
Of Household Goods 8. Office Furmture
Agent Member For
UNITED VAN LINES INC
Coast to Coast 81 Canada
23a BILLINGS ROAD
NORTH QUINCY MASS
South Shores Oldest 8. Largest Mover'
GRanlte 2 1282
CLASS OF 52
CHECKER CAB COMPANY
on 2 2500 GR 2 967
Qulncys Flrst Two Way Radlo Cabs
Georges Way ls The Right Way
Free Dellvery Phone PR 3 0725
184 W SQUANTUM ST
BEST WISH ES
sPoRnNo Gooos Q
GRADUATING CLASS or 1952 ' -
THE HANCOCK PAINT CO
REVERE RD QUINCY
Years of expenence 1n servmg
thousands and thousands of Un
dergrads have glven Kennedys
the Know How so unportant to
all hmgh and Prep school men
Thats why season after season
Undergrads come back to Ken
nedys for thelr every clothlng
UNDERGRAD SH OPS
BOSTON I PROVIDENCE 0 WO 'tCESTER
SPRINGFIELD 0 HARTFORD 0 BROCKTON
C O R A L G A B L E S
' Route 3A NORTH wEYMouTH
Wednesday Frlday Saturday
P Banquets Wedding Receptions
Call WE 9 2517
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JIMMIE s GULF SERVICE OF THE
For Friendly Servlce and RED COACH GRILL
100 HANCOCK ST Cor Quincy
NORTH QUINCY MASS Phone GR 2 9662
QUINCY MOTOR CO INC
Geo A DALEY JR President
KAY JEWEI-ERS Soles Service
1462 HANCOCK ST
85 QUINCY AVENUE
PResldent 3 6500
South Shores Oldest ond Largest
BEST WISHES .
663 HANCOCK STREET Cor Beale Street
Telephone PResldent 3 7235
Knowledge ln Pharmacy us the unseen
mgredlent IH Every Prescription
Telephone PRes1dent 0371
Bakery Products of Quality
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PAY a. TAKE Fooo sHoP
FOUR BROOK STREET
GRamte 2 9278 N V Nlckola
HEWITT 8. WALKER REALTORS
Mortgages Sales Appraisals
654 HANCOCK STREET
WOLLASTON 70 MASS
Telephone MAf1ower 9 2100
L G HENLEY LINOLEUM CO
Linoleum 81 Tlle
Official Armstrong Dealer
The Store of Friendly Service
40 FRANKLIN AVE
ERNEST C HATCH
5 BROOK STREET WOLLASTON 25 BEALE STREET WOLLASTON MASS
RUDOLPH L HEUSSI
634 HANCOCK STREET
WOLLASTON 70 MASS
Telephone GRanlte 2 9686
Firestone Tlres Lubrlcatlon
527 so ARTERY
PResiclent 0333 Free Estimates Phones: Ofhce-GRonite 2-1910
GRamte 2 2027
WALTER J HANNON TIRE CO
Tlres Recapped New Tlres
488 HANCOCK STREET
MAyfIower 9 4021
LINDBERG S CLEANERS
Cleanlng Pressing Repalrlng
103 NEWBURY AVE
NORTH QUINCY MASS
Brmg Your Cleaning Problems to Us
PResldent 3 2368
Your Grandmother Traded Wlth Us
Why Not You?
PR 3 5151
Laundering and Dry Cleaning
SAGAMORE ST NORTH QUINCY
Prompt Oltlce Servlce
Pick Up and Delivery Service
DeMatteo Construction Co
200 HANCOCK STREET QUINCY
BRYANT S VARIETY
I63 NEWBURY AVE lbehmd the Hlgh Schooll
Telephone GRanlte 2 5590
DOYLE 8. LONG INC
652 HANCOCK sTREEr woLLAsToN
Fuel Oll and Oll Burners
CORAL DRESS SHOPPE
684 HANCOCK STREET
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' "Where you get the giant frappes"
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WALTER R FORBUSH
78 BEALE STREET
Real Estate and Insurance
S Beck PhG Reg Pharm
253 BEALE STREET
C A COX AUTO REPAIR
Complete Care for Your Car
General Auto Repalrlng
Official Brake and Llght Station No 1718
REAR 16 OLD COLONY AVENUE
WOLLASTON 70 MASS
Tel GR 2 9229 Clalre Glarrusso
CLAIRE S COIFFURES
ONE ELM AVENUE
Telephone PResndent 3 5611
G 81 P ENGRAVING CO
Brass Bronze and Plastic
Label and Name Plates
Desk Door and Shlp Plates
76 78 WOODBINE ST WOLLASTON
Near Wollaston Railroad Station
GRamte 2 1137
576 HANCOCK ST QUINCY
Robert M Deware Donald M Deware
BEALE STREET PHARMACY
Russell Keene PhG Reg Ph Mgr
Donald R Keene BS Asst Mgr
66 HANCOCK STREET Cor Beale Street
The Rexall Store
LITTLEWOOD S BARBER SHOP
J. . , . ., . .
Tel. MA 9.0452 Telephone PResident 3-7117
SEARS ROEBUCK 8. C0
1591 HANCOCK STREET
PResident 3 9880
Open the Year Round
18 Modern Lanes The South Shores Finest
Wollaston Blvd Bowladrome
679 QUINCY SHORE BOULEVARD
Charles A McArdle Manager
GR 2 9172
GR 2 1390
DOROTHY L KELLEY
THE JEWEL BAR
397 HANCOCK ST
NORTH QUINCY 71 MASS
CARLISLE F. SMITH INC
245 ATLANTIC STREET
COMPLIMENTS OF H
KEOHANE FUNERAL HOME
NORTH QUINCY MASS
GRamte 2 7100
NORFOLK FLOWER SHOP
N QUINCY 71 MASS
Main Store and Greenhouse
Prescriptions Expertly 81 Safely Compounded
Andrews Home Made lce Cream
Drugs Soda Candles
Hospital Supplies Rubber Goods
GEORGE R ANDREWS :Nc
68 NEWBURY AVE
ATLANTIC 71 MASS
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Religious Goods - Jewelry - Gifts 287 HANCOCK STREET
389B HANCOCK STREET
Opposlte New Sacred Heart Church
HOWIE 8. CRAMOND
1175 HANCOCK ST QUINCY
Wm G Cramond Prop
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 52
J J McDERMOTT
Telephone PR 3 0223
MORLEY AND COMPANY
Home Appliances 81 Televusnon Sales Service
58 BILLINGS ROAD
NO QUINCY MASS
P E Morley
H A R R Y - S H 0 E S
"Footwear for the Entire Family'
40 BILLINGS RD
NORFOLK DOWNS MASS
PR 3 2380
TOTS N TEENS SHOPPE
46 BILLINGS ROAD
NORFOLK DOWNS MASS
PR 3 7413
Masses Swlmsults Shorts and Halters
Dungarees Socks Sllps Panties Hoslery
Norfolk Furniture Company
Complete Home Furnishers
67 BILLINGS ROAD
NORFOLK DOWNS MASS
North Quincy Food Market
66 BILLINGS ROAD
Telephone GRanlte 2 3490
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Telephone PResident 3-1823
HURLEY DRUG co. ""l"""
"A Landing Place for Good Food"
Hmld F' H""eY' Reg' Ph" Mg" 751 QUINCY SHORE BOULEVARD
385 WASHINGTON STREET, QUINCY
BILL S VARIETY
F R I E N D 76 BILLINGS ROAD NORFOLK DOWNS
RUSSELL FUNERAL HOME COMPUMENT5 OF
Harold A Thursion Dlrector
Two Funeral Homes
644 HANCOCK STREET WOLLASTON
21 FRANKLIN STREET SO QUINCY
Service fhaf Serves and Saves'
Telephone MA 9 0082
COMPLIMENTS OF E S Denneen R T Denneen
Hardware Power Tools
WOLLASTON PHARMACY INC
LOPPOSITS Wollaston Statlonl Telephone Gkamle 2 1167
Serving Your Drug Needs Srnce 1894 Hardware Bull' or Hard wear
: - A. L. TURNER HARDWARE
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
8. F LAUNDRY COMPANY
1224 DORCHESTER AVENUE
Watchmaker and Jeweler
68 BILLINGS ROAD NO QUINCY MASS
GRanlte 2 2338
BEST WISHES AND
69 HUCKINS AVENUE
CLARK 8. MILLER INC
MANNING S MEN S STORE
Men s Furnlshlngs
We sell Levls
72 BILLINGS RD Bull Manning Prop
The Y Way Is A Hnghway
To Health Fun and Worthwhlle
QUINCY Y M C A
746 EAST SQUANTUM STREET SQUANTUM
HerbertV Damelson Proprietor
Men s Store
Formal Clothes for Rent
1562 HANCOCK ST QUINCY
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Complete Line of I ,
Cards Typewrlters Office Supplles
'I MAPLE STREET QUINCY CENTER
GALLAGHER NEWS AGENCY
'I3 DEPOT ST
BEST WISH ES
Rent Your Tux at
SIDS TUXEDO SHOP
Largest and finest stock of formal
clothes on the South Shore
UOW: Discount to
North Quincy Hugh Students,
I72 QUINCY AVE QUINCY
Opposlte Central Flre Statlon
GR 2 6510
CARRIKER MOTOR CO
Sales and Servlce
Dependable Used Cars
Service on All Makes
GRanlte 2 4730
Arthur C Carrnker Charles J Johnston
TO THE cLAss or 52 MASSACHUSETTS
ENGINEERING CO INC
LONDON CLOTHING CORP
BEST WISHES CLASS OF 52
MODERN FORMAL SHOP
1639 HANCOCK sr QUINCY
NORTH QUINCY MASS
PR 3 7213 MR WILLIAM MUNROE
See Modern For Your Next Tux
Discount to N Q H Students
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' ' 66-70 WASHINGTON ST., QUINCY
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BEST WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS
THE CLASS OF 52
TRI HI Y
FOYS SUPER MARKET
'II77 HANCOCK ST QUINCY SQUARE
60 FRANKLIN ST QUINCY ADAMS
MacDOUGALL S MARKET
FREDERICK L FARRELL
41 SAFFORD STREET
SUPER HAT MART
EASTERN SHADE 81 SCREEN
Window Shades Window Screens
Cllptwood Shades Screen Doors
20 JOHN ST QUINCY
PResudent 3 6889
'I04 PARK ST HYANNIS
BLACKER AND SHEPARD
GRanlte 2 8660 8661
Venetian Blinds -- Porch Screens
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Books books books and the treasures they
The tales they tell and the songs they sung-
Worth their wenght In the flnest gold
That was ever glven to a kmgl
Nancy Byrd Turner
THE LIBRARY STAFF
PR 3 4927 PR 3 0467
20Vz BILLINGS ROAD
TED JIM JOHN JOE
255 BEALE ST woLLASToN MASS
Telephone PR 3 'I424
Your Health Is Our
H P HOOD
Tel TAIbot 5 6710 Wholesale and Retail
Old Colony Lobster Co Inc
Lobster Dmners A Specialty
780 OLD COLONY PARKWAY
Operated by Bull Gosselln
SQUANTUM SERVICE STA
Tel GR 29716
A to Z Lubrication
POMPEO MOTORS INC
666 SOUTHERN ARTERY
Tel PR 3 7300
FRATUS MOTOR CAR CO
PR 3 1070
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TED AND JUW5 305 QUINCY SHORE BLVD.
DR JOSEPH E McDERMOTT
Tile: Rubber, Asphalt, Vinyl
Rugs: Domestic 8LImported
DI NATALE FLOORS INC
Offices and Salesrooms
'll00 OLD COLONY PARKWAY-NEPONSET
DISTRICT BOSTON 22 MASS
Telephones AVenue 2 0330 I
COMPLIME NTS OF
SOUTH SHORE BUICK CO
so ADAMS sr
EDDIE S DINER
382 QUINCY AVENUE
Open Sundays and Holidays
GRanlte 2 3447 PResident 3 6545
HANCOCK MONUMENT CO
Largest Display in Quincy
295 HANCOCK STREET
NORTH QUINCY 71 MASS
JOHN RICCIUTI 81 SONS INC
STANLEY WINTHROP S INC
90 WASHINGTON STREET QUINCY
Tel MAyflower 9 0253
Motion Picture Equipment
For Sale or Rent
Cameras Films Flash and Flood Lamps
Complete Darkroom Equipment
Tickets Tours Cruises
WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE
CHARLES P MILLER
Watchmaker and Jeweler
pp 3 3720 6 CHESTNUT ST lnext to cor of Maple Stl
Tel GR 2 7373
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LES WETMORES I.UNCI'IEON SERVICE INC
Gran1te Employment Servlce 275 HANCOCK ST' NQRTH QUINCY
8 WASHINGTON STREET
"Oldest on the South Shore"
Caterers to lndustry
Speclallsts In Caterlng to Athletlc ACIIVIIISS
e PRes1ent 7620
QUINT S GREENHOUSES
Buena suerte a Ia
clase de 1952
The Beauty of Our Busmess IS THE SPANISH CLUB
Flowers and C orsages
1258 HANCOCK STREET at Qumcy Square
WICKENS 8g TROUPE
Gordon S Troupe Charles H Wlckens
DR RICHARD G KEENE
Eyes Exammed Glasses Prescrlbed
1 GRANITE STREET QUINCY MASS
PRes1dent 3 1813
Attentlon DRAMATIC COACHES!
All Yours Formal Clothmg Needs
Read and Whlte
111 SUMMER STREET BosToN MASS
ubeny 27930 7931
JOHN J DUANE CO
All Kmds of Salvaged Bulldlng
Maternal for Sale
Rubero1d Shlngles New and Used Steel
600 SOUTHERN ARTERY
Tel PRes1dent 3 6030 3 6031 3 6032
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Funeral Home We Have Complete Rental Service for
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