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

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M E ,'-KX gf? -,fi W - once CIASBYS CLEAN X - , I All , 4: . . 5 Y. KISJCISSSQIPLSQIIIIIQI-'I Q gff2fSIi2 I 'cI'1o3 Ig A, LS 'gr ,- E.NDQf3T'Q?.EU CP :?..b"o ADCNQDGEE5 CA2lSGraks1vgj J eoeeaa wwe, x X N as D IC V4 O Q S xi' X x G X Q S Y X' 335: if We 15m WINNER OF we FY? ' auI.GEP. Lowe AWARD wII,I, XX N RECEIVE: HIS TQOPI-N WEDNESDAV EVENING- I' THESELEQTIQN COMMITTEE, DESERVESTO BE CANGQATUUP-TED-'I THEY MADE AN EXCELLENT CHOIQE. ,FX 'illm-f W ' Reprinted from The Boston Post. December I. 195.7 L 5 I 66 77 00 L fo fkizi T if jg A ULU' .Zack ,WI 21325 1 -MNQX ' 9 AN , Q :L 9 .T... A 4' V' J A l ' 'X-3 QA I "FIS" , Q JAMES S. COLLINS Principal Father first, administrator second, humanitar- ian always . . . Synonymous with all that is "fine" at North . . . A privilege to know. JOHN W. WALSH Assistant Principal Upperclassmen's pal . . . Si Si Senor . . . A scholar of the classics. REAY E. STERLING Assistant Principal Keeps his eye on the younger generation . . . A science prof . . . Summers with the "Burgess . Boys." OUR CLERICAL STAFF -x Esther A. Morrison, jean Acker COMMERCIAL: left to right: Melvin C. jack, Sara Tolchinsky, Eleanor M. Reddy, Marie E. Youngerman, Lillian M. Gorm- Icy, john j. Mullarkey. lf' SOCIAL STUDIES: left to right: Her- mon M. Noyes, Mable Prarr, Margaret M. Flavin, john J. Donahue. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION: left to rdgbl: Katherine G. Mc- Coy, Alice Gray. MECHANICAL ARTS: left ro ngbrg Ed gar H. Phillips, Arthur Burgess. Vfalre H. Warriner, Ralph D'Enrremonr Mill!!! Left: FINE ARTS: left to right: Eliza- beth P. Sherman, Anne P. Sawitsky, Beat- rice V. Fitts Below: ENGLISH: left to right: David I.. Meaney, Ruth H. Leavitt, john S. Hof-, ferry, Rose C. Enos, Marjorie E. Currier, Ruth Meisner. " uf ' .'4'u 4 N N COUNSELLING: left to fight: Frieda A. Sapienza, Marjorie E. Currier, Caroline Welch, Edward A. Wicas, Margaret M. Flavin. Y"5'z"C1 l' PRACTICAL ARTS: left to right: Helen A. Melanson, Ruth Mac- Gregory. LANGUAGES: left to right: John W. Walsh, Roberta Webstersmirh, Louise D. Fifield, Mable Pratt. 'Inf I SCIENCE: left to right: Gerald Lyons, Wilma Schields, Roy L Sinclair. Frank L. Bridges ' A 'T .--G-1 4 1 l J MATHEMATICS All' fr ff right: David P. Hmzrzn. Ed mund Kung. Karlmcranc F Horrigan. Marlon B Rem hardt, Gfaton G Ho'-llanrl 'e""-3-"'i nv'- Qz fie pfaging giefcb l H 1 1 I f P L ! 5 l I i 1 3 1 I I Varsity football Our F Q 0 T B iiziief-ammf effa fy A Record Breaker C0465 Although this year's Raiders did not shine in victories, yet in scoring points, first downs, and spirit, they sparkled. They kicked off the season by tieing Hingham 12-12 only to be edged out by Dedham 7-6, the following Saturday. The boys suffered our traditional romp from the Maroons the fol- lowing week, but bounced back brilliantly by trouncing Norwood and Belmont in their next two challenges. The spirit of the entire school was keyed up to the tune of - "North over Milton." However, the outcome was heartbreaking as the Whiz kids came through one point better in the finale. The following Saturday we entertained Chelsea and gave a show of hard fighting combined with skill not dis- played in such quantity at any earlier chal- lenge. Although a touchdown short, we had gained a moral victory! Not losing this spirit shown the Chelsea boys, the team ran crazy over the Vfarnps to achieve their highest point total all season. Then came the one we most deserved, statistics prove we out- played the boys from the other end of the city in every possible way but touchdowns. We scored more touchdowns than any other North Quincy team has ever scored against Quincy. However, we soon found that the year's scraping was not in vaing the week follow- ing the close of the season, Phil Bergamo was chosen as South Shore all scholastic left half back and joe Crowley as South Shore school boy scoring king. So the banquet found the boys eating well, but why then shouldn't they? - They merited more than a dinner - a hard luck, tough-fighting, record-breaking team! Managing knowbow N ortb Quincy at Belmont . ll Q- 41 Dye!! O 71... .L , 1'5" sw.. fu. I Sf UQDS Q. , . .ff - 1 'Oni' hr'-t' ':""C.4. li Q v 1 Bergamo if in the clear K 1 About Don Rizzo, jack Allen, Bernie Fallon, -Irm D1 Srcfanu, Clmrllc Norrun 501011. Paul Hnggnns, Bob Alexander, Ken Sargent. lid Grllxxlv, Yun Pcnm . t 3' 4.1,qJJl1HH, H' , B I '-ig E ' 0 -X-all - O V , , .ig '- ' . Berggfi fr T: 3,-'rfv-ex.. DIZ R451 Carl X6..if'1'. Bcix- LTC-15 55.51. C:ovvQe-is famous form imp". ' AMX 'fi lo ' 'J U 'Zi U fo '5 41 " 11" . 'pf' . .f' North's envied supporters The Royal Rooters K .-.F - ,.. BASKETBALL Race Down This year's varsity squad deserves much more credit than they have been given thus far by any- one, their talents have not been rewarded by points, but everyone knows their schedule has been a tough one, each opponent a top notcher in his own league. The Raiders opened their season by edging out the Arlington quintet by one point, with Elkhill col- lecting 20. The following Tuesday night at Natick Deneen sparked the boys with his 23, and they came through on top once more. In the next few matches the N. Q. boys were not as lucky. The Quincy game was a heartbreaking one, for despite Don Ames' 13, they were unable to pull through, but the score was close enough to show the Prexies that we are more than capable of running with their defense when we meet them in our gym for our closing challenge. Braintree proved to be a breather, and we walked safely away with a 62-45 victory. The following Friday night, Higgins col- lected 16 points worth of rebounds, but we failed the Floor to catch up to the spirited Bishops. W'e dropped a few more, losing a breathtaker to Brockton to re- turn the next week and once again run wild over the desperate Wamps. Breingans 17 made it pos- sible for us to walk away with another win, from Thayer Academy. Then came a real thriller with Deneen coming through with 16 and Higgins collecting the rebounds, we edged out Brockton by 5 points. The team put on the most brilliant show of the season only to drop an even tougher one to Attleboro the pre- ceding Tuesday, although Densmore and Higgins put in their best games of the season. So there it is -- a race down the floor, a long tough grind for our 'frm Raiders, who, with the hard fighting played in the past few games and the acquired through their experiences in teams in Eastern Massachusetts, should theyve dis- sltill they've the best of prove to be quite a match for the boys from Quincy So lets congratulate our Varsity for keeping their chin up through so difficult .1 season? Varsity s..1 Coach Mullarkey in Fg xx, J Above: Your guess is as good as ours ""5 53 Hp :md over X v-f X I I 1 ,if 53 ' ' I ' l Q -Lx f- ve 'vv- T-11 ......,,,.-g.. -aa-no-Q? "'- --"' . P '!lf, On your mark, get set, - I Coach Gentry Decatbl on or Burt! TRACK The Breeze and I Track is synonymous with year-round sporting events at North. The Indianapolis Race Track has nothing on our front-yard triangle in the spring and fall outdoor practices what with the heavy traffic of accelerated speed demons whizzing around the course. just about the time when jack Frost bites the air with the warning: "Either run with no breather between events or freeze to death," the boys desert the yard to the snow ploughs, enter the build- ing, and climb the stairway to Heaven, where far from providing an angelic accompaniment they, quite the contrary, serenade the teachers burning the mid- night oil with pounding drum beats to the rhythm of their squad maneuvers. Let no one doubt, though, that all these practice sessions don't pay off, for we have as witness the scores at the meets in the East Newton Street Amory. c ' - 11 Q", 3 . J - "n . 1 - " ' . L.. UQ .., o li Y .Ml f' S4 d sf Q- sw-1 Y I 1 ul ' ' - X x , 1 U' Above: Give 'em to the manager! C ron country Right: It could be another record! 'G'- W1 7 1, " fs . 1,4 . N QS. lv TN .5 -w I .55 1 5. 3, N' 3: lo Xet:::m'n"1 47 Pell-, 'Q highs.. tm 'Nauru L M 3 1 ?1r3?-'51 i'l ', . -r. :X 1 ' ' ,sw H- gb.. :I .-Ain. ,Lf Jzg fic: s .T .fn ll lx Varsity Baseball BA EBALL Hit and Run The thoughts of our young men at North are turned to baseball all year round even though the frozen ground post- pones actual practicing until the spring. As soon as friend Ground Hog has poked his head out of his winter hole, the potential hitters, catchers, and pitchers can no longer control the urge to slug, signal, and curve that all important sphere over that equally important home bag. In conclusion, we might add, there are no holes in our guys' bats! D - . .rl . .. " v . X 9 N ' I H 5. 1. . 1 5 w Q 1 Q ' ' - . 5 . .ilrlf J fl 22 .vi sm in ' 1 aarzfqffa - 1 I ft 'l ' if- Qgr' lla' I ll mar, 'kg ' ' llllllllll1lff"':i , - V fl " .1 .QL-'QL Pc .q -r l- f 'Ii-P . 3 - ... - - N QM.: I :: l 'Al S7 A a 'a i'-l J -' :i s. ,IL I ,' lv I 4 5 q.. , li-ft QQ? , .e q , -. ' 'iv' s lt' J' Above: North's version of "Carey at the Baf' Left: Pre-practice briefing F-'v'-3'3" pn.-of 'wr K WO, 4 Coach "jack" and lair boy: GOLF F ore! Maybe you didn't know that those tanned fellas who get dismissed early are our golf team and that through their efforts our trophy case has had regular additions. It's no easy job swinging the club in per- fect form making that minute nucleus drop into a tiny hole half a mile distant, but coach "jacks" boys do it every time. Tennis Team . 3 GI RLS' SPORTS Feminine Sbarpsbooters It's Tuesday P.M. - a hundred and some odd females gather together under the direction of Miss McCoy to try their skill at scoopin', the ball that is, into their chosen hoop. Four-minute fun-raising periods of frolic and fight cheered on by the boys who excuse their presence by az "They watch us play!" But the girls give quite a show with their tricky quick-stepping passes and fancy lay-ups. So for the attraction, we'll have the Slippery Six vs. the Finketts - to you the professionals vs. the amateurs - and you don'r have to go any further than Norzlfr gym for an enn6uria.rtic exhibition of sportsmanship and fun. iQ' ! X Left: The Slippery Six O Rigb! The juniorettes 211 Above: And the score goes up and up and up! 4 . -I S' D 1 is Q-V fl! 1 1 'J CHEER LE DERS So goes the familiar cry of North's eight faith- ful followers. From the first gridiron battle until the gun is fired ending the fourth quarter of our final hooping contest, our cheerleaders are present, witnessing each motion of our hard-fighting Raiders, leading the rooters in cheers, and giving our ath- letes the inspiration to conquer! However, to pre- pare, one must practice, and to practice is painful for the girls. But how practice pays off, when into a round circle our Cheerleaders go to hear last nights gossip about the puzzling mixture of Seniors, juniors and Frosh, told by the most able of story tellers. Right Pnfwerquc f'j'JY7lIJf t . L --I 4 'ti L I , X-H ii . X R' -N arg , , 5 Gite ur an 'N ULU' .gilfwbeif MHC! ULU' gun ff'-a r FOUR WHEELS Ken, "D", Ellie, Bernie make the world go 'round Where theres one, there are the other three also. Talk about hard-working quartets! Their schedule is an ever-turning axis of intellectual and social plans. Their accomplishments are their plans in action, the world of memories we seniors shall ever cherish. Below: Senior Class Officers w. ,- l ' Left: Ken: jack of all trades , x FO R GUNS Bill, Ellen, janet, Eddie shot loathed melancholy into his Stygian cave. Different class rings this year, catchy dance names, rising financial stock, limit for fun and frolic: the moon! Whoever said juniors couldn't be original? If s 'I i I ir 9 i Right Unto for lliil T7 JJ: ,A fin ' ft L 1' N dl IQ i i Below: junior Class Officers gl 'Q " izfffi' N-I A 9- ,-' 'H' ii O IT REMA NS june 1953 with its warm sunlight beckoning us to "take to the open road," with its blue waters of Quincy Bay inveigling us to "wade with naked feet along the beach," with its festival of climbing red roses telling us to be "done with indoor complaints," and with its Mane: enticing us to thumb the pages of happy memories, the satis- fying miracles of the wonderfulness of our senior year at North Quincy High - such is june 1955 to our classmates. But to us, the harried Mane! staff, what is june 1953? To us it is The Marzer in its literal translation: "It remains." Our sanity after metamorphoses and deadlines - it remains! Our good nature after pictorial hubbubs and financial stresses - it remains! Our precious friendship, one with another, after minor disagreements and diplo- matic rearrangements - it remains! And The Mane: for 1955 as a memory book of a year's activities from dawn to dusk - it remains too! Left: PATRON STAFF - A smile was all it took Q' N Above: 19533 artirtic ingredient: Les Moore BUSINESS STAFF - They kept our record! in apple-pie order .95 ..,, ' f :lawn Left: EDITORIAL STAFF- Cute, flezcf, Jw' .a::i' '. B C10 vs' , ADVERTISING STAFF - .Horam if flu' ffvvt of aff jazrbon-if P .AB 'A , ...I 6 1--'J Ir"A' 1 av I ' f XX .4 Lal... 49 if LINDA, BIUJER fi - . -- - -,'-0' 'f' nr " -, - ,.. .- '...- 1 .44 .4 .-..4.': 'Z , Y . . . .. - . .-- .' - ' - nf - , -4 '.: : . -': i f : :'-g,'1: , , - ' -i' '.:' .'J'7f" "'g:':5 :.:' E5.tf:.15 :.-jf: " rgugfzzg "R-'ie' -2123 3 1'-:-:iff W3flCl of fezzzale 'fir F-1.5.5 T-55.5451-1 5.1 525.5 Mfr-1 :J-:-.Lars 54:-re:-2. ezbryo plms m - Lf'-i,1?'?L ,113 - ig, ,,'N it H:-g::3:s F331 3 'CLF' Santa C35 work- V - - ' Y g.:i:.-r.. a 54511.25 Splut px: az the Sixs-5 5:-: Tis Frat.: VT:-lfare ,, Sipff. 4 gissgffr lfi'g'f,-T-Qf.l Lei' If :mi 1 .Yi-':'f.' .: Pjpm ' " fx 5 Q: 1955 1, , sb' g-' "NL G': K- " -yi-" Ilgnri I f'.' -'x ' ' '69 "" 5 1 ig, ji I ' - 0' O.. .rg -- f' S' O. O. 9 .IH H 5' : ,W .'."'il I.-s - Q' 0 'Q o yff' 7' Wo 0,5 5- ',v,-'- ' 0.1 ,,n..'-..,. , .AQ-'I W 5 0 P-5.0. I.. 9 lg I I ,.:'.Idra Q33 ',,i . 1.4, I 'fafegf Q' .,, A 'QEl"L -..., 1 H Q x G 5- zc Bair: - fcf .fxzvxg ,J.1'L6.' - .....-,..,. - Miss McCoy: co-pilot Left: Sleepy -fime gal! Below: She Jazz' ,Hamm Below: 117110 .rain fwffircrf A-N '7' 4-,Q 'T' 03 gas rc .O .Ya 'N -I I U MARTIAL MUS C MEN O-: first flgng uf the fall football season saw the band dressed 'f, All ., 'negr new SEZ brass bnrrons, If that wasnt enough. they f' new Seai in bout. vcr. .a snappzer, slzeker srepf 'Figs 'Las The: year of fxrsts 'ne fxrst senior band without semors more 3-r.1or :ggi rnerzbers man senznr krghersf. frrsr nme a North band a:f-aQfj.' rr.ar2r.efi ffwwrr the frelfi rw me m.rsze , frrst time a harm ias played at relzgzoss Tna.r1ksg1'.'1ng program .s Sami f-n'h-s:z1srn grows among :ne snflerelgissrnen. we 55ers are s-:e Nur. f-.e Canis v.1QQ have many mwre wonderful frrsrs. f Q 1' I . ,J ,I 1 s l od' Q04 gl 1 if 5 Lag. , f2.!!,5 Q 0 315 I I I 1 I 4 Y- 'J I, I l' ,fl I Aboze: NORTHS BAND The 4 4 martial men v, Q , I rr-sf Above: Wrap! in 4023 dreamy band muric Left: Kathy and Kim :J N , X x Football femme Prancing Parade Dum dum - dum dum -T da de a de um dum - and they're off behind gold and red plumes, keeping time with those innocent, shimmering things that tease you and leap from you at the worst times. Every leg the same color, every feather the same height, every skirt swirling, and every heart beating louder than the bass-drum, Saturdays bring bouncing black and red uniforms on green grass, backbends, splits, and fancy twirls. T "I" Q4 aC...f-Y Hiqffl I Abore: Drum Majo FCUCS A ' -is-Xfx-xi. u A - I. tw .'l"t rt' The trcm X H N Q- MUSIC MAKERS Tribute lo Romberg, Gounods Gallia, The Lordk Pray er, Moonlight Bay -- WY dl. D. A. broadcasts, oratorio presentation at Christmas. Cantata contribution at Easter. requiem for Memorial Day. light opera vignettes for a spring con- cert. and solemn splendor for Commencement? You just never know what the Cvlee Club will undertake next. Vfhatever it is. 1t's sure to "make good music all because of Miss Pitts' efforts and those of forty-eight golden voices Belou: GLEE CLUB - Music hath the charm to soothe . . . 8' Aboze: "All those people! . . M if fist . Belou: Intermezzo Is. '31 CUTTIN' OUT and CUTTIN' UP The committee arrives! A few at a time seat themselves, pool ideas, and it's chowtime alneady! The ambitious few cut, paste, paint, and staple so our decorations might be the most attractive of the season. Others might be found engaging in any type of activity - "Game for some ball?" . . . "Your shoe's filled with duz!" . . . Community sing and dreamy dancin '...' 'Out with the juniors!" . . . "Got my joke book!" . . . Such are the backstage preparations for our senior dances. PENCIL. PAPER, PEDA L- PUSHERS. and CHINOS Youre right, underclassmcn, lt isnt Saturday, but Senior Class Day: the one day of the year when the seniors can stroll nonchalanrly along Norths corridors in Saturday sport clothes. fondling dolls of yes- teryear, lapping all-day suckers. and looking forward to an evening of roast beef and Stardust. Above: Do we dare? xi I -X f5 , '1 ff? K E4 QQ Did you say. 'nu 5mi'ftil :apr " 1 V . . Ariiznfillf 3 fn 41 ru +L . X X P 3 2 l r -'I ,Ir 'Lx A "1 though! it uw a good ideaf' j VVHAT'S IN . A NAME? "Emerald Cotillion!" "No, no one knows what a cotillion is, and besides you can't decorate well with green. There aren't enough shades." "But 'Rhapsody in Blue' is so common and blue's a .cold color. Green makes you think of spring." "Emerald Cotillion" won though, and we danced in a green wonder land for the best prom ever. "ith floor?" i . QIICI yOU, get lAeI'Bf 50 CJOQJ yOu? ACLQI' Iflate . . , 4352 Q x.F'r - P hir? .fl r qt .. N H eadacbef NEVER A DULL MOMENT And we don't mean maybe! Fourth floor, first floor, and back again? Always thought a schools only job was to manufacture brain cells. - How wrong can one gc-tr Notices and names, slips and schedules - all for the good ol the causef CGUNCIL CAPERS Down beat! Miss Enos directing! And the year was started with book-cover sales. Next the council high stepped into the Red Feather Campaign, took a break at Christmas time for Mistletoe Magic after it had rearranged the "Hal- Student legislators lowed Halls" with the Traffic Squad. Then it marched to the beat of 1090 dimes and ended to the nine of a mahogany masterpiece for the auditorium. -X A it 'Lv Left: Demon at decorations Bvlfvu, STUDENT COYNCII. - Dcrnixr.itx ff' Q .N N - I Q i ' 1 5 L Y "5 P5 ' THE CANDLES ARE LIGHTED At last, the breathless moment when the four candles are lighted: Character, Leader- ship, Scholarship, and Serviceg and the small group on the stage, under the sponsorship of Miss Horrigan, receive their pins, a sym- bol of personal achievement and national recognition. Rigbrg Tip Toppers i ---aff. 4-1.v"" WHAT FOR A PANEL? The answer to the S64 question is the Library Book Recommenda- tion Committee under the direction of Miss Sherman. The members spend hours reading recent books, and as a reward for a favorable report, their recommended book be- comes the library's new "find" "If you say so, john!" . . . on fo Afucly mafk wifL fke aoluidor . . r, W, ig' Liv? LIBRARY STAFF Keepers' of the books LITERARY LASSIES At 2:29 P.M. the members of the Library Staff man their stations and prepare for the onslaught of students looking for history books, crime pamphlets, and .1 little red book by "john What's-his-name". The girls met their co-workers and sponsors. Miss Sherman and Miss Countie. at a Get-Acquainted Party in the fall. Soon they were pming out study slips. filing: books in and out, and performing all the functions nm- essary to keep the library running smoothly. The girls donned their hostess aprons for the Mothers' and Teachers' Tea in the spring. A busy year ended with .1 pittut com- plete with Cokes, franks, and ants. ifkqx 30 42:5 3 W TRI-TRIFULS A bit of everything - balance makes for appre- ciation! Planning, service, education, and recreation! One week the girls plan the months program, the next week they contribute staples for Quincy's needy, and the following Monday eve the club is hostess to a dynamic speaker, whose mixture of philosophy and anecdote holds the girls spellbound. However, the piece de resistance is recreation night, what with tingling splash parties, Chinese auctions, hops with Helen to spin and dedicate, or golden stage shows spiked with the hilarious antics of the new girls. Orchids to Doris, the club adviser, for her inter- minable versatility? "'- 1' , iid 'lm' T was Above: "For we're jolly good fellowf' 1 I l Right: The Tri sports twins: "It'.r mine!" 1 I t HI-Y - These boys made the grade a I 2 F f ' 2 ' "' . 4 g . i ' - s L-ff 'A HI-HIGH HNKS I Hi-Y spells ptng-pong tournaments, table'-hotkc'v any hxlattotzn 'limtgrt t Competition, movtes, lctturcs, lots of rtbbnng msc HY' Ifftt. our .alt t cracks, and no women. starr to hunch of mr Yes, you doubting Thomascs, nf you want to know how self-sufficient more man can be wtthout hns fem- XYh.1f Y.--1 inine counterpart, look an on Norths go-.nl Hn-Y boys dur un Iffhht ' L X I r 1 . . or acience wiflt our ine Lafderecl Z'iencJ5 . . 4,-1 "Ezer5z!Ji1zg'J gonna be okagfu Lady with the Lamp The '53 Nurses' Career Club got off to a roaring starr with a bon fire picnic - were the uninvited guests future doctors? - a sporting scheme for assistance to the injured football heroes - wonder why the coaches frowned on this benevolence? - and rewarding tours through intern-populated hos- pital training schools around Boston. Our best wishes to Miss Gray and the much- needed women in white of tomorrow. . . or 302 wkere we JAGPPZII our Omce llacfice . gn , Q7 Spanish Club Habla efpanol 1 Todos sc LllX'ICffCl1l Wcdncstl.1y' eve an thc mcse hall plannnng tvhatk to come . . . devourmg and dnvnlgtng shufflang around in time to Riz's rcnonls . . thc hrothcn DcStcphano and lumh.1l.z 1.: . Senor Vifxlsht sug- gestions with Lumpy's skull at tt.mQl.mon' . lur- tendcrs during the Ghost Season . . Marth Yuucty Ball. These divcrsnons vttalizc Senor XY'alsh's pq-py Spanish Club. QQ G P OMC! gg U J Vo if " - Co 1.3" of-'v' Orer the top with the pencil campaign From Salem to Salome History sparkling informally in the friendly atmosphere of Miss Pratt's History Club is a North Quincy High gem we'll treasure the rest of our lives. ,, M516 BOWLING . .fdccorchng fo ane fkere B anofker Lina! 0 Low DID YOU SAY STRIKE? "Bowling, bowling . . If you get a spare, we dust off a laurel weathg a strike, and we raise the flag, and if you roll them down the gutter - well, plenty of us enjoy company. Right now Monday matinees at the Bowling Alley are all the rage, and you don't need a magnetic eye either to see the girls roll up their scores. fdvx v- .B 11 i NORTH STAR STAFF All nofef out for new! FREEDOM OF THE PRESS Edison has not arrived in Room 201. Neither has the Massachusetts Child Labor Act. Of course, that clock really doesn't read 9. It only looks that way. But, strange as it may seem, one process has arrived. The A. B. Dick Company, manufac- turer of mimeographs, never visualized one of its machines going one sheet an hour. But then, neither did the editors, But, alas, the snows of yesterday have melted, and some new fangled way of printing has come out so that no more can the fine exercise of turning a crank be enjoyed. Oh well. some day they may invent the linotype, By the way, did you really read it? N ,aff at -.,,,4- A bore: The Sentinel .v -1 ' ' , r,'f4f,l,3:, 'O .w. - . KEEP TO THE RIGHT Yes, double time is barred, pushing is illegal, and shouting is unheard of at North where "Keep to the Right" is the password. But to whom goes the credit? The Traffic Squad - everybody knows! Right Nou ui!! 5014 rlide down the banmfzer again? ALL IN ,X DAVS XYORK Not to be outdone hy infnlern .'N'wrtl'i inzmpurutetl this year llrn :mil grmle girl reteprioriists whose lielpful uni Hreless Ql,ll'l2lflLC to both professioriril zrnfl sfreafri nsitors rypifies the eheerfulness of one of the girls herself "Keep smiling. it s fwrlrl for 'he wtiistlirief t 5 '-4 I 'F'- 4, V ,gsm Below: Who wouldrft feel welcome? xy' Q- '3 N ,Qfxl if Kill .Zia x STAND CLEAR! "Don't point that rifle at me!" "How about running down and straightening my target? '...' 'What, are you crazy?" "I want to liveg l'm still young' '... Bang, Bang, Thud. "Ooops - the last one hit the dust." "Ten more points and I'll have another bar' '... Such jargon is all part of the fun and noise at the Squantum School on Tuesday nights. It'J flair 11-.15 c LIIY OF OUINCY coomsv Of sm wow ll Unsheath lnstrumentsl No. Not scaiyls just tongues, The incision is made as easily with the barbs as with the blade, and. after all. the dissecting needle is usable both on people and on animals. After a few heady draughts of formalclehycle anyone is ready for a go at discussing: the workings of the human brain or the private life of Piscatotia demo- cratiana lqueer fishy Unshcxith in- struments! Zoological "buff" by our Aram! uf Mn cnooi oiuvtn fuucmon rnoml ... -JJ ff BUCKET gf, Q f x , -f fx :ill BRL5 4 ,'- p f. ff:'f VI" ,Q ' - 'f a :fffi 41.48 - -115 -2' 'fair '--6 are 'ir ff L' fri- ,' Par :2":'ri 1,1-- re 16 are -e :ff gf' ' "e er' gfffg , "f :fir ' , ,v1'V'J'. 'aff' . Z 11 if r f 'fx-f V if ' 'fx if f 'Al 0 I, ' , I , x " . A" 441 You nzfwz: 'Four and Twcntx' - I. l2iCkblfdS" 'Ji LA". 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M 0 s t dependable --M ost versatile-- --Most courteous-- Most sophisticated ........ Most businesslike ........ ----Most athletic--U Friendliest Quietest .... Don Rizzo ............. ....... - Best looking .... Harold Gadbois ----Best dressed--U Don Rizzo ......... ......... B est all around-- Wayne Miller ------- ........ B est dancer .--- Les Moore .....-.-. --- -..-. Class artist ----- - jim DiStefano --.-..- -.-...-.. C lass musician-- Ronald Hall ------.-..- ......- C lass indiwdualist Harold Gadbois --Class optimist-- J0l'ln Raffa .---------- ---------- C lass wit ----- , Danny Breingan Class inseparables john Holmes -----.--- ------- C lass genius--N GIRL Young Young Docry Young ----Jayne jackson Rhude---- ------Mag Wilson Dotty Young Biggs --------Beth Rhude Pauline Lecomte ----Jayne jackson --------Sally Dolan Ellis ------Pat Bergeron Ginnie Beck .--.Jacque Oliver --Elaine Fermano Bunny Gagnon ------Ethel Nourse . -------- Lois Huss Jane Sullivan ...ao Ilia is Low we :lawn fo ffl X Aboze: Chester Gould vs Bull Shakespeare Below: "You like JJ Above: Notbin' to it Right: All the comfort! of home "'x P 24" U 1 Sl." 7 I ':.:QK.y-' 'll 4' ' o V' Y '- rs 0 ' -.0 '31 on 'ix i' gx ,LM X aw FEYIEQQZ C rl 41,7.".,. Right: The muxic goef found and round Below: The book myy . . f ,la-1-" S"-s 4112 'TIT' in rl -.... 1 VUL Right: The roguef gallery S .JL " g+ " -. Ri ghr: Auf wiederxeben Left: Good to tbe lan bite 5, ,Q T fvfiv ,, 1 - ..,4f"-nA Q! -5- .t!' , K- I3 "3 ., :fr 1-I 1 1 Q. Aix-4 1,3 ' ' 4 5301 5 54.6, IJ ,LL it' urde ved -.' - :Jr-" . -,- 5 j, , Q-,,,L l- I" ,AQ 'f f, .ith A! A-'f 4' A9 Q ff i. ,, o' Q9 WILLIAM ABBOTT 284 Farrington Street "Bill" - lndividualist in F.L .... The Pipe Line . . . Boosts trade for the A 8: P . . . The Messer. CHRISTINE A. AITKEN 149 Holbrook Road "Chris" - Over the hill . . . "Carrot-top" . . . Caro1e's right hand . . . Always game. Biology Club, 1, 2, Rifle Club, 1, 2, Library Staff, 1, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, Girls' Tennis Club, 1, Drum Majorettes CBusiness Managerj, 3, Dance Committee, 3. JANET M. ALBEE 14 Holmes Street "Bug . . . Saturday nights at Squantum . . . Hurry-scurry . . . Pizza connoisseur. Girls' Club, 3. ROBERT JOSEPH ALEXANDER 124 Colby Road "Alex" - Scrum . . . Short but swift . . . Magnetic organizer in F.L. . . . The Flying Scot. Football, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, Track, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 31 Manet, 3, Graduation Usher, 2, Home Room Representative, 3. THERESA M. ALLEN 143 Beach Street "Terry" - "Terry and the Pirates" . . . "Got some gum?" . . . Racy . . . "Binocs" . . . Tickles the 88's. ' Library Staff, 1, 2, Bowling Club, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Girls' Club, .1 3, Library Book Recommendation, 2, Traffic Squad, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 3. DOROTHY ALLEY 38 Billings Street N , . "Dol" - Pizza and cokes . . . Starched blouses . . . We have them at X ' Sears' . . . "Glory Alley" . . . Grey coupe. D' ' X Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, Library Staff, 2, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3. rm BEVERLY AMARAL 146 Billings Street "Bev" - Dinner reservations at the Spa . . . Bud . . . "My opinion is . . . . . Brains behind the specs. Student Council, 1, Glee Club, 2, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Library Staff, 1, Girls' Sports, 2, Honor Roll, 3. BARBARA M. ANDREWS 55 Hunt Street "Barb" - Grapes . . . Friday nights at McLellan's . . . Another rock . . . "Good enough" . . . Gridiron strutter. Drill Team, 1, Drum Majorette, 2, Co-Head, 3, Girls' Sports, 2, 35 Library Staff, 2, Honor Roll, 1, Traffic Squad, 33 Girls' Club, 35 Twirlettes, 1, Bowling Club, 2, 3, Manet, 3. PATRICIA' A. ANDREWS ,- 122 Newbury Avenue "Paz" - Opens books for closed minds . . . "What's cooking?" . . . Future school-marm. Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, Library Book Recommendation, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Teachers' Career Club, 3. SHEILAH M. ARCHAMBAULT 131 West Elm Avenue Saturday's high stepper . . . '55 Cadillacs . . . "I Saw Mommy . . .". North Star, 1, Drill Team, 1, Library Staff, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports, 1, 2, Drum Majorette, 2, Drill Team Head, 39 National Honor Society, 2, 3 CSecretaryJ, Girls' Club, 3 fExecutive Boardhg Prom Committee, 3, Honor Roll 28, 2, 3, Receptionist, 3 Xl 'S ?- , MARY 12. ARMSTRONG - 4 49 Conant Road "Puffy" - Jayne's other half . . . Tri's veep . . . Gentlemen prefer blonds? . . . Coulotte clan. National Honor Society, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Nurses' Cai-get Club, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 fVice President, 35 Cheer- leader, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 33 Student Council, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 35 Library Staff, 1, 2, Library Book Recommendation, 1' Manet, 3. 1 RICHARD BAILEY 126 Elmwood Avenue "Dick" - Prominent pickle packet . . . One of Joe Beck's features . . . VVollaston's Alma Mater. WARREN BARKER 39 Keyes Street "Bud" - Rover . . . Quincy Point commuter . . . So high . . . Cart pusher at the First National. Football, lg Glee Club, l, 2. '-sv VIRGINIA C. BECK 32 Sumac Road , "Ginnie" - Ready about . . . "Let's face it" . . . Hard-a-lee . . . Good B things come in small packages. Drill Team, l, 2, Bowling Club, 2, Spanish Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3 fExecutive Boardl, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2, Dance Committee, 3, Prom Committee, 3. PI-IILLIP BERGAMO 120 East Elm Avenue "Phil" - The sailor's sailor . . . S.Y.C. enthusiast . . . Pat . . . Bogie . . . Blue buggy . . . Gridiron sparkplug. Football, I, 2, 3, Hockey, 1, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 33 Manet, 3. 3, PATRICIA BERGERON 124 Pine Street "Pat" - Theta Delta Chi . . . 'Tripping' the light fantastic . . . MIT . . . "Nothing to wear". Bowling Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 KExecutive Boardbg Honor Roll, 3. DONALD BERRY 18 Muirhead Street "Bern" - Hot-rod enthusiast . . . "Red light ahead!" . . . Welcome , 1 back . . . Quiet but observant. Q . THOMAS BERRY 18 Muirhead Street , r l A 'Tom" - The code of all gentlemen . . . "Silence is golden" . . . ' l Doodles with the arts. - A A JOSEPH BERTOLACCINI 61 Ocean Street Steak and French fries . One of fbi' S'1i?3""7'l " Track, 2. 34 Baseball. 3. INIRINI mid, llamticn I rt Bowling Club. l. "Done" - A swigher even' tumr YNQ4 f" 'V' ' 'f' l' 'D 'f theres a yellow light' National Honor Society. 2. 1. Nurses farcf' ' F 7' 7. ivffvf f lilo 3, Tn-Hi-Y. 3. Girls' Sports. l. 3. 3. Rlfif Vid' 3 l4'f""'f R ' l- 'R 1 BIOIOFT Club. l. 2. Manet, 3. Ttaffit QQUI-5. 9 VIN DH C"fTlTi'Tf'1'4 I l ROBERT E. BLAIR ,v-'+-r9-qa?- 125 Eiiiot Avenue 'Ezb -I.i:1ledognzr:nedPaz...EurureDocrorKild.zre...Drives tie Whse Boczber. Stamp Cizb. 1. 2. 3g Rifle Cub. 2, 3: Mznet, 3. PATRICIA BLINN 24 Faxon Road "Par - Oversfas :arte-sponierxt . . . Nets over nephews . . . "Hello- Blmns reszzieice . . "Take Tm ani see . Bcfwiing I P.gt.:e Hozricrikex of America. 2, Girls' Club, 3. BEVERLY KAY BRADSH.-SVT 'Z Eliior Ave:-ix "Be: - Sweet arii Lovely . Os: radio and television girl . . . Good Qlfi. Beferj' Glee CQ-i I Q E Chapel Cbozr. 2. 3. Gzrls' Club. 3. Honor Roll, 3. JOHN DANIEL BREINGAN 25 Windsor Road 'Devmg - Big George . Graz W'bire Father . . . Perfecz gentle- rnaez . . Blznzes preferre:-Lois Fwtbag. 1 Baseozg-. I Trai. E. H:-Y. 2.3. 1,2, 35 'Man- age: 3 . Danze Cz:.::.g::ee. 1. 2, 3. Pros: Cprnmirree, 3. JAMES mgrucz 'f fry- L.',,,, 1 !,.4.. ,.--- 1 gram, - -,:r.'7,e: 2: :2..':: S', 'Z.:.'7 .'a :f -, ' 1 C:c.::..'t:e 3 Bu:::j. - I'ffA..r.4 ga' '.!:,e ffl HULCQ1 1 fygvza., . 7.91 part: --' ' F, ' . J - . .J -p, PETER BREINGAN 25 Vfinzsor Road "Pere 3 - Two-Lone job . . . Caught in the Web . . . Heart-throb . . . Messes up the messer. Basebal, 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 35 Basketball, 2, 3g Dance committee, 1, 2, 3, Prom Cormnirree. 3. LOIS ANN BROWN 356 West Squanturn Street "Brvune - High stepper . . . Bookworm? . . . Noon tete a tetes in a green hor rx. Nurses Career Club. 2. 3, Curis' Club, 32 Bowling, 2g Drill Team, 33 North Star. 2. Honor Roll, lg Traffic Squad, 3. RALPH W. BRUCE Z0 Arnoid Rm.: Crewes!-or is it a whiffle' . . . A true Buddhist . . . Plans: Reno croupier. Glue Cl-b, 2. 3 'Tre1.s:rer, 31. Honor Roll, 3. "Kazky' Norse! azem, 3- -. ...A colorredf... Hey err' ffvf.-vv f .4 r. ,... C, ..,.... .re iffss.. L ,A CIW- ,.-., , . ro ..r 'f vac- 'U' ,sf ....-- . . Crier an: mar 1 Kaine! 1 1, 4- 1 JA RALPH BUTT 236 Faye-me Street oonpoisx-cur . . . Jun KATHRINE MARIE BRUNDIGE 57 Division Street -- lmlian foods . . . Library habirue . . . Three little sisters. Career Clsb, 33 Faure Homexnakers of America., 1, 2, 3 lPrer Gzrls Clsb, 3, Library Staff, 2, 3. 1 S.. ,Ag 23. ,Q v 3 CORINNE J. CAVANAUGH 263 Farrington Street "UoyJce" - Shrimp . . . Jet propelled . . . George easy obo roger George easy. Home Room Representative, 2, Spanish Club, 35 Girls' Club, 33 Honor Roll, 3. NORMAN CHAMPAGNE ' 35 Hollis Avenue "Champ" - Fall hunting for deers and dears . . . "Definitely Desirable" "lf looks could kill - - . Prom Committee, 3. JOHN CHRISOM 323 Fayette Street "jack" - Popular as a baby-sitting assistant . . . Always Reddy with a smile at the Brook St. Variety. Manet, 3. EUGENIA CHRONIAK "Dolly" - Frail and feminine . . . Envy of all peroxide buyers . . . ' Desirable, lovely, little laughs. Girls' Sports, 1, 31 Rifle Club, 2: Girls' Club. 3. WILLIAM F. BUTTS 31 Glover Avenue "Bill" - The 8 o'clock kid . . . Lipstick in your pocket . . . Fr m buckets to quarterback. O Football Manager, 1, Football, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3. PATRICIA B. CAMPBELL 257 Beach Street "Pat" - Where's the soup? . . . Pizza at Maria's . . . Where there's Pat, there's Bob. Future Homemakers of America, 2, Honor Roll, 2, Bowling Club, 2, Manet, 3, North Star, 3, Girls' Club, 3. JAMES CARRINGTON 9 Standish Road "Jim" - Naval Reserve . . . Squantumite . . . Korner Kid. Cross Country 3, Track, 2, 3. SANDRA JOAN CASTLE 18 Bay State Road "Carr" - Nickerson Park . . . "Lots of Little things" . . . Muchachos y garcons . . . Clove life-savers. Spanish Club, 2, 3, Drill Team, 1, 2, Dance Committee, l, 23 Prom Committee, 3, North Star, 2, Library Staff, l, 2, Manet, 3: Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 3, Library Book Recommendation, 2. 86 Henry Street DAVID CHURCH IS6 Hnlbrook Road "Dave" - Speeds' service with a smile Proud fvrnrr r an over- heated hot rod? Basketball. l. HFIFN I' CIITTT '32 Walnut Street "Clue" - ,lumor Ye-ep Any news f-mf-ite tlan rnembef . . Mnndav night pizzas Seen Bunnvi Nurses' Career Club. l. I. Girls Spvrts. I. I. 3. Spanish Club. 2. 3. Tf,.Hg.Y, 2, 1, junior Class Vice President, Dante flwmmirtee. I. 3. From Usher. 2. Graduation l'shet. I. Girls Club. 1. Mann. 3. Cheerleading. 3. Home Room Representative. l W. CLIFFORD COCKSHAW 13 Vane Street "Wine, women, and song!" . . . Future Ezio Pinza . . . Divine dancer. Glee Club, 1. ARTHUR L. CODY 19 Ardell Street "Archie" - Friday night escapades to Mattapan . . . "Fore" . . . Double- decker ice-cream breakfast . . . Kathy. Golf team, 3. JOANNE COPITHORNE N, 30 Freeman Street "jo" - Pug nose . . . Heart breaker of North . . . An army enthusiast . . . Fun and fancy free. Girls' Sports, 1, Rifle Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Honor Roll, l, Manet, 3. JOHN COSSART 24 Hamilton Avenue "jack" - Dapper Dan . . . Dad's Chevie . . . The Supreme on the Boulevard. Rifle Club, 1, 2, Traffic Squad, 3, Manet, 33 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 3. " HERBERT DANIELSON 44 Wedgewood Street "Herb" - That will be 312.45 . . . Migrates with the birds . . . The "hearse" . . . Squantum Swede. Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3, Biology Club, 1, 2, Manet, 33 Glee Club, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3 CTreasurer, 32, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. . 6, CAROL DEANE I 35 Ocean Street 'F' The First National forever!! . . . Always with her partner in crime. I Drill Team, 1, Twirlerettes, 1, Girls' Club, 3. 'i V . E . 'S PRISCILLA DEANE 35 Ocean Street Q 5' "Cilla" - Summer fun with Buicks and bowling . . . The quiet type? Drill Team, 1, Twirlerettes, 1, Girls' Club, 3. JANET M. DIBONA 235 Farrington Street "jan" - California or bust!! . . . After North-Annapolis on the arm of a middy? Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3. SANDRA DIGIOVANNI 46 Conant Road "Dee" - "Grace" . . . Grandma's cooking . . . Football player's idol . . . Serenades Fish . . . Our veep. Bowling Club, 1, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Senior Class Vice President, Dance Committee, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Graduation Marshall, 2. JAMES DISTEFANO 41 Franklin Avenue "jim" - Cheaper by the half dozen . . . Feeds on la sagna . . . "Chen- 5 a-Luna". , f Football, 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 35 Hi-Y, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Manet, 3, Traffic Squad, 35 Class Day Committee, 3. ll, ,S 1 1 s' t' 'r-'1-iq-uf? JAMES DOYLE 8 Bay Street The Bishop . . . The unspoken word . . . A Korner Kid. Guess what! . . . A red feather in her cap . . . Always has a problem. Drill Team, l, Twirlettes, l, 2, Dmm Maiorette, 2, Co-head, 31 Library Staff, 2, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, l, 2, Girls Club, 3. BARBARA DRISCOLL 14 Appleton Street "Pudge" - Don and the Air Corps . . . "Swell" . . . Enterpriser . . . Expressive hands. Bowling Club, lg Drill Team, lg Future I-Iomemakers of America, 3, North Stat, 31 Girls' Club, 3: Twirlerettes, I. Did your mother come from Ireland? . . . Memories of O'Connell St.. The Liffey, and Phoenix Park. Girls' Club, 3. MARION E. DRAKE 14 Price Street DYMPNA JOAN DUFFY I5 Greenwood Avenue JOAN DOHERTY 88 Walnut Street Johnny . . . Bowling-Strike! . . . What? . . . Driver's Ed . . . Huh! "Whatsa' matter?" Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 fExec-utive Boardyg Tri-I-Ii-Y, 2, 2: Cgreasurer, 31, Dance Committee, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Nurses' Career lu , 2. SALLY M. DOLAN 43 Prospect Street "Sal" - Whiz on wheels . . . "Be nice" . . . Miss Vogue of '53 . . . "I-I-I-I'm trying". Girls' Sports, 1, Tri-I-Ii-Y, 2, North Star, 3, Dance Committee. 21 Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Traffic Squad, 34 Bowling Club, 3. VIRGINIA MARIE DONOHUE 17 Muirhead Street "Ginny" - Swanboats . . . Deep Purple . . . Sunday driving . . . Sum- mer at the YMCA . . . Airlines bound. Future I-Iomemakers of America, 1, Drill Team, 2, Drum Majorette, 3, Student Council, 3 !Secretary, 393 Girls' Club, 35 Twirlerettes, 2, Manet. 3, Girls' Sports, 3, Class Day Committee, 3. COLETTE M. DOUCETTE 42 Elm Avenue Jet . . . My fullback . . . Lunch at Fitzy's . . . Cake and cookies . . . Wollaston alleys .... Tiv. Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2. 3: Drill Team. lg Home Room Representative, 3, Girls' Club, 3 tlixecutive Boardlg Prom Com- mittee, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3. ,' A fi i v 1'-104 fr- 6 PAUL DVNPHY 34 Walker Street "Hi, Wiifrtfs vmir hmncworltf' Charirs 'H Pddoop. Charleston Saturday night: in Dt f l' Dance Committee. 2 GFORLII If V 'Hill IW' V1 'X ' -- W-, ,, , "Centric" - Ont Grecian Cfmlrlcu Maw- N' ' Dodnr will we you U Girls' Club. 3. Traffic Squad, 3 Off:-'r Rr- fr lg Se-cretan' for Mr -lack. 2 - ,-Y. -v.- ,,.. .....-., ' NOP. EEN EARLS , LL" fi -Z.','- . 5'fCf' 1' '.-- f.-, '... -L L ' ' " -Is f' Al: ..-Je J:-:I:x:: On-:nn 1 Lfvj- If Elflvfl Tzu Frat: 511' rs-sefvsz ' -'i-:' ',a:':1-3 Q-: 1 Gt.: C-: 1 Muzi 2 ..,. JAFIES ELDREDGE 2'C Farm: Sze: :va - A 12: z LLULET brL:t-x Hof:-e'b4.u:' "1 STLSTLZQ :rw new nffu: !-fzrifg ?,i'-rf f.':Jf7i'1f' C -1 I 1 I ALFRID ELKHILI. . QQQ 52151: 371' 1 1. 1 1 4. - .lezff 1 has 'I - .ap-ef: Tru: zgzzvgrf H351 -ner EL: Bai.-If"z. 1 Basfia Q 2 Daze CLfr'..':.:T'.e',1 1 H4-'I' 2 1- P7-: Le" - IOAN B ELLIS 1 DZ!'I..I.Q' Pup B:a.::.'-.1 1. f - I'-4 Yfrnefzr .Ev gt: f ..L: lr.: Pan: l. .f 752. 'z T- 16 . g '-1-31: f,L":t' '.,- . - 3 ztaec' Cuggi.- 4 Gia:- -a.'1' 1-f,z"'.L 5-r Qu: 5':'ff'.L.'7 Pty.: f,u::.::.:'1': 2 C111 DZ? fp-f:.",'1-1 i '-2: Egf.r": Q , J-.. -.-,, , ULU. PJ, 4 , 1'z.' " C -1 Q 1 "'2."' 5"..h1 1 1 '-'-1 ?'J3?.?'f ,.y4 ' . yin, .vr ..f.',,, 1. , ,'.' I-2.'.'.'Z 4 ,,.: 1 'if I' RONALD L EVANS L, !.'.I3a. :-'ref Pun - Exe.: nat: 'rn of ine LT: ,hmm girl.: . . NHUI' apo: z asf' ?'l'f32.. Q Q 2 Humor ku.. 1 Traffx Sqn-ri 5, Snicnz Cv-:,1.. 1. Tr-:4:-r':r 1 BERNARD V, PALIIJN IOS Holla Avenue .iewze - J-lynn za: Pz:,n-vu-: ffmmzz' . Roberta! bvy '-'a-z:.a:. rJ..lfC.f.g' 'ne fzrvax ra.. Capum. ?'ff1i.. l Q 2 ?i'x,',rP',.. I L Prnt: I.1ZfZf 2 Gra:.z:zon Mznhilg Q C111 Tf'!c1-f57 Dux: ','rr,::.:'vz i Pram fffzxnmzz, 5, 'fraji' Sqpa: 5 I-lane' 2 C111 I1ajrCom.':.4tY.z, 5, '-"UI PA I PICIA PEHGLR EON 12 Lap' 5fg-L'.'-:. Evite' Pr - Ivfuzx 'X guy: Ba',r.:1: 1:1-:zz an: LPIRL1 - M2KIf1i wr.:-:an Mu,-r i T:a11.iErg-a: i P-:'r',f.vr,.:.' i Gans C535 ELAINE MARIE FERMANO 312 Pzyenz Street Je - 'yg-:w,e ya: Ixnc Ezzrp, fax Lhifp, Ez sharp . . . Brzvu , , 'ue .'-4.2 at 11 14 .'-'gm Carr: ',.-L I 2 1 G11 C.-L. 1, 2 5, Glfll' C32-5, ZA Gini' . E-7,-f': Q " , ure: :ne c ' ,.'. f... ' 4 ,,.,, 1 A, ., z. Ili.. 4 f 2 ffl '11II.!-If,'-II H.AHkP'I Y ff, 'l'I". 135.61 Yffsf + 'Jr-': .M 2 nrt 'sz He I JEAN FLEMING 69 Royal Street k "Jeanie" - Blue becomes . . . "Number, please?" . . . Kitten on the eys. Honor Roll, 1, 3: Biology Club, 1, Bowling Club. 2, Girls' Sports, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 3, Receptionist, 3, Girls' Club. 3. LOUISE FLOCK 520 Billings Road "Lizzie Lulu" - Army boys . . .Starched petticoats . . . Snappy seam- stress. Girls' Club, 39 Manet, 3: Bowling Club, 2, Biology Club, 1. PAUL FLYNN 182 Holbrook Road "Scoop" - Evening error . . . Chief paddler at Mirimar . . . Scout's honor . . . "Heavenly day!" North Star, 1, 2, 3 fCo-Editor, 2: Editor. 31: Glee Club, 1. 2, 3: Li- brary Book Recommendation, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 1, Spring Track, 2, Traffic Squad, 3. ROBERT FOLEY 25 W'adsworth Street "Bob" - '36 Chevie and what a bomber! . , . Cinderella . . . Annette from Arlington. KENNETH FONE 99 Hamilton Avenue 'Kenny' - The peop1e's choice . . . Always game but later lame . . . My gal, Sal. Honor Roll, 1, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Football, 3, Graduation Marshall, 2, Prom Usher, 2, Prom Committee, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Senior Class President, Hi-Y, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Class Day Committee, 3. HAROLD GADBOIS 23 Mascoma Street "Gab" - Mr. Bridge's favorite traffic cop . . . The perfect president . . . Turner's Fertilizer . . . Habla espanol? Spanish Club, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Grad- uation Usher, 2, Tennis Team, 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Student Council, 3 lPresident, 31: Manet, 3, Basketball, 3, Traffic Squad, 3. BEVERLY E. GAGNON 14 Oak Avenue "Bunny" 4 24 hours of sunshine . . . "Got some gum, chum?" . . . Unmentionables at Sheridan's. Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 31 Girls' Club, 3 llixecutive Boardl, Prom Committee. 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, History Club, 2. CAROLE GATFLY 58 Montclair Avenue High-stepping head . . . Peaches and cream . . . First lady of the foot- ball games . . . 1951 Pontiacs. Drill Team, 1, Girls' Sports. 2, Drum Manorette. 21 Girls' Club. 3: Manet, 3, Receptionist. 3, Head Drum Maiorette. 3: Home Room Rep- resentative. 3, Dance Committee, 3: Prom Committee. 3. G 3 41 I. jAMES j. GFDDFS 123 Beach Street "hmmm - One of Mr Meanes-'s hott R -we' ' tion wagon Betts' Crm: Cnuntrv, 2. Track, 2. 3. Tennis. Vi" 3. Honor Roll. 3 FRFIX t.lFS11l - W kr' N"r4" 'Frei' - Seen anv around Tiv 1 ' X3 'F K if Hockev. 1. Clan Dar Committee. 1 Mamet. g C!-PLILE P-LARIE GIGLIO . ..---Y--Y ,..- - - ..-.--J.-L ---'B- -'-ff' -- 5.7531 223 " ': of 2 5-.1 " bumbe-r . . . Pan '-1. 'r-"sf-'- -- ,-...- .-- -. - .L- - ,-.4-, if... Q -Q D?--1 Mat-fefte f G43-5 CQ-5. E. North Star. 53 I-15351 5 ::31: !.:-, - MARTHA GLOVER 'O Kaz:-.psf S'-reef ' . . . ,, ,v 1 - A -SL -'1- - Bev :z:-:ti-re :visa I-rut.: EIU'-Je' r' :---,2-M -. -. - .V ., .,- :-.-- ,,.,,, ' ---r ---5 -. .. ...- -A: .,.,n-, ,n,, ,441 ',.f f - '-..- .- f - ' i' -. - L ' '-- ," ----z -,-- :,k- ..., -.-- ,--Jr C-ree: C.-- : HJ.-nb! RJ- 1 CA-ROLE GOLDEN L+' 'l..s::. .5121-e , Cz- :fe LL: 36:1-er :Q 511' P1-177 gs 2-: 1:1 . ' CL: I 11'-'E' Q 3 fneerfaief - ? fgz-1.17 C-: Q E Pri'-': 'fsfn-f 2 Grailsor- Ushtr, ' 'f'-QE.-'B - E 2:-1 f-: l Qu: D21 Cu:-:I-g:':t 2 G.:.s Sports- , D1-:Lf C1-1:1-5 Q E P-ine' E Han: Ru-, 2 GRACE P GOODHT-'E 61 Pets:-af Rv-:i fi 'zze - 2-ips: Tre Er: Dean: sri:-: 59-4-ver: va-in fx: 'G-xngrmzx F -. ' - L ll.-,, 1 J..-. -,-- 3-5.1-- JOAN GOODWIN ,lame - 35 me by-as Yo- don! know, do you?" I-gt-:fait 4 I-:ran Staff I 2 2 Prfxgzzfx 2 Xango?-al Honor Society, 2. 3g 5.39: C-: Q l GJ-: C-: 2 I-:faq Boon Rzcmxzcndzzxon, 1, 2, 3g CJ: C.-1 Q f H'-C'-f Pg.. Q 1 ARI-ISE P. GRIFFIN Z1 Mllwn Road P-l-'rfrfwpe 27 .'.r-me ive'-:rn ii Ui- that G-:ly hz: . Eve-nrful 'f'f-2:-L:g'g1.r.z Z'-5 H GL: C-: 2 TJ',r': E-tar i bzv--ng C.-E, 1 GzrLs' Spanx, lg Future Huff.-:r.u.':f: .'.:,er.1a I HAZH- GT-'II.I-AIQME Q-Q Hartz" .'.'--:1-e Sis: - 3-ferr.: O.:e F-r.z,a.-x: Lung Lelcpbone convcrsztiom . . . " A ri:-:' .we alfa.: F-zz yfrr. ' F-'-re H'ffTff'ff-H571 af !.::z1,'-a I 2 2 Mane-t, 3, Bvwling Club 3g GL: 37,71 L GJ.: C-: 1 ROSALD B. HALL VH Vauall Suez! Tzu: - 'fue 2-11: .n:.1.':-.z.z:,' Crit-1-cd fm , A Wxfh the nd of :-zz-1 E:,',,',g-3 C,-L Q L I-.zrarp Bfnr P.:-'-vrr-'rzmfizzvn'-, 1, 2, Nonh Stax, 5 :5-1.'1'11f'f2.'.LZ.2'T 2i',f.',: P-',,. i Mum 3 EPZ'-'f,!. A LL' P! '- Q: 'Lf I: 1 , - - WI-Tiff! 2:7 ?xV , 'fr-rf' 6 311 , 1 ' Q '-"1 37:1 I 2 3 Lg-. - '1 f, .' - 4 ' "-1 3 Tr.-E.-Y Z fa' ' "-1 ' !.'-'- EHIPLZY HAI-PIN ik P2172 2-'At fern.. - ?a Q "A z.':".f"-a-' '- 4 "n Z.-e ' 3 ?',:'-I-' iz' . 1 .z'-- ',.', Q 1 Cafevr C-: 2 bzixzf-ag 1 ,Y Qy,--1 ' 3 flux' '-1-':.t'.'1:t Q 2 251:-e iflif. L57 . , 1 'rr'-' :",','.' I.-Y 21 ANNE C. HANAWAY 63 Russell Street . Oh, no! . . . Wfalking again . . . Home at mid-night . . . Football prac- tice . . . That telltale walk. Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, Biology Club, 1, 2, Library Staff, l, 2, Library Book Recommendation Committee, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Class Day Committee, 3. RICHARD HANSEN 44 Barham Avenue "Dick" - "Where . . . have . . . you . . . been? . . . On the ball- bearings . . . The Peninsula State. Spanish Club, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 1, Hi-Y, 3: Class Day Committee, 3, Dance Committee, 3. VIRGINIA HART 34 Meadow Street "Ginger" - Skipper of the seven seas . . . Easy going and endearing . . . Music! Cor mathj. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, lTreasurer, 32, Bowling Club, 1. ROBERT HATCH 97 Belmont Street "Bob" - Over hill and dale . . . With graduate girls . . . After psy- chological reflection. Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 2. ROBERT PETER HAYES -fe - 42 Kendall Street i "Bob" Q There goes the fire alarm! . . . "From the halls of Montezuma". Football, 3, I-Ii-Y, 3. rs' -3 ROBERTA ANNE HAYES 42 Kendall Street "Roey" - The better half goes to the cleaners . . . And squeezes the patrons dry . . . Celtic Charm. Library Staff, lg Drill Team, 1, Girls' Sports, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Sketch Club, lg Tri-Hi-y, 2, 3, Manet, 3, North Star, 1, Twirlerettes, 1. EVA HEWES 79 Young Street "Sf""""' - Third hnner snarkles . . . Naine . . . Pushing a Packard . . . Library Page . . . Under five foot. Girls Club. 51 Dance Committee, l. JUNE HIRTLE 264 Farrington Street X I ,. "Janie" - Coffee and sugar . . . "Stick of gum, anyone? . . . A danc- ing pair of feet . . . "Eekey". if Bowling Club, 2, Future Homemaker: of America, 3: Girls' Club. 3. 'VL V , MARGARET M. HOLMBERG I- 25 Bloomfield Street t "Marge" - Roller skating " Kill it bcf-are Gitls' Club. 3 llixecutive Boardr, Trirlli Y 3 ll 'HX ll' 'l Nll S "Intl" - Old Comer Bnwktmtt hal-iri r l ' ' ' "f 1 ' ' North Stir. 3 1CnAFditwt'. Natrona. li n -' N- "1 ' 7'1" S. 1' 3. Library Book Recommenalatwn, 1, H Nh-rs 1 li ri ii -- ' F . I, 2, 3, Born' State Alternate. llitmrw Avar-i. I A WILFRED HOLT .'. , 6 Faxon Road ' ' "BAT" - One of Pops Tenants . . . "l got it" .... Tall blondes with humor . . . "Hanging", Number I. Class Day Committee, 3. V 3 DOROTHY HOOKAILO 23 Webster Street "Done" - The Majors girl . . . "Scalple, please" . . . Bats about Bates . . . Rebels and Norsemen. Library Book Recommendation, 1, 2, 3, Library Staff, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3. 1- 12. ' LOIS HUSS 12' East Squanrum Street "Lo" - Locker patron . . . "Oh, Danny Boy!" . . . Goldilocks. Girls' Sports, l. 2: Bowling, lg Honor Roll, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Prom Committee, 3. CAROLE JACK 150 Pine Street ' l VZ'ith a hearty "Hi, ho, Silver!" . . . Scallops and French fries. X Nurses' Career Club, 1, Girls' Club, 3. JAYNE ABBOT JACKSON 23-4 Atlantic Street "Queen of the coulotte clan" . . . Scooper in Filene's . . . "Ya' know what I mean?" Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3 fHead, 35, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3 CPresident, 35, Library Staff, 1, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 39 Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, Receptionist, 3, Prom Usher 2, Graduation Usher, 2. AUDREY JOHANSSON 84 Henry Street "jo" - "Long distance - Burlington calling" . . . Shades of Peterson's . . . Romance at a Requiem. Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Bowling Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3. BETTY ANN JOHNSON 49 Dundee Road "He's a doll" . . . Beware of Bobs . . . What's buzzin' cuzzin? . . . Fa- mous Fliver. Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 33 Girls' Club, 3, Library Book Recommendation, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Drill Team, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 3, Class Day Committee, 3. BEVERLY JOHNSON I 3 11 Royal Street .ff ,. , . - , . Bez - b.S.S. Cascade . . . Long hair, long nails wont cut . . . Wolly' addict. Dance Committee, 2, Spanish Club, 33 Girls' Club, 3g Honor Roll, 33 ARTHUR JORDAN - 310 Billings Road "Al" - A member of the Musketeers . . . Has double trouble . . Beware of Buick. MURRAY KEITH 39 Milton Road "George" - Good bowler . . . Bicycle built for groceries. Motion Picture Operators' Club, 1, 2, 3 !President, 31. MARGARET KINCHLA 231 Beach Street "Peggie" - Dangerous with a brush . . . Rubdown specialist . . . Closets of clothes . . . Homeroom diner. Bowling Club, 1, 2, Sketch Club, 1, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 3. Q 4? THOMAS F. KING 16 Rawson Road "Tom" - Newcomer . . . Double-notched gun . . . Tangled in Cupid's arrow . . . "Where to?" l X l J ... JOAN MARIA KINSHERF 80 Atlantic Street "Jo" - The car - once in a while . . . Hope chest happy . . . Hand'- kerchief'. Helper in Assistant-Principals' Office, 1, 2, 3. "jim" - Wacky, with white bucks . . . "Good for laughs" . . . "Peace" . . . Go, boy, go. 5 Baseball, 1, Prom Committee, 3, Manet Business Manager, 3g Class Day t ' X Committee, 3. lt- JANICE B. KELLEY 87 Hamilton Street "Ian" - Keeps 'em flying . . . "Scuddy wuddy!" . . . Supercalafigilistice- spialadostic . . . Cape Cod summers. Biology Club, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, Spanish Club, 3, Drill Team, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Traffic Squad, 32 Manet, 3. BRUCE KEMP 9 Edwin Street Hotrod . . . Antique cars . . . Football Manager, 1, 2. Pembroke: one way . . . Pal of Murray's. 4 1 EDWARD J. KENDALL 189 Elliot Avenue "Eddie" - Ladies' man . . . Esquire? fashion plate. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. National Guard . . . Camera bug . . PRISCILLA R. KILEY 30 Ruthven Street . . "Meet Nixie, my dog" . . . Cases the square "Prix" - Montclarion . l for bargains . . . Congregation Reunion. Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, lVice president, 371 Bowling Club, 2, 3 lTreas- urer, 39, Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, JAMES W. KNIGHT 111 East Elm Avenue RALPH KNOWLES I-5 Channing Street 'Kmm len" - From cokes to Allta-seltzcr 1-1 '1 P- " . . . Parked the Packard Blind Driver Band. 1. RI! HKFIW Rl l'f'lFlV KX 'S B-4 fb Sfmt' "Kappa" - A great physics student Tv 1 rw: to fl'-vt' 51" for "Annie", Spanish Club. 2. 1 EDMUND H. LAHAGE 59 Channing Street 'l "Hustler" - A fish who's a lover . . . A good cueman for Truman. Honor Roll, 3, Boys' State, 2. JAMES LARKIN 144 Safford Street "Jim" - By secret agreement among us Four . . . Dancing feet . . . Sharp shirts. Baseball, 1, 3. X! J , PAULINE LECOMTE 58 Elliot Avenue "Polly" - One of the intelligent set . . . Refined and quiet. Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Library Book Recommendation, 2, Recep- tionist, 3, Honor Roll, l, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3. ARLENE LEVESQUE 5 Lunt Street "Arl" - Snake Charmers . . . "My Friend Irma" . . . Africa . . . Spring- field Fine Arts. Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3. ANNE ROSALIND LEWIS 300 Atlantic Street "Lou" - Great homeroom help . . . Why the unusual Drug Store interest? Girls' Glub, 3, Dance Committee, 3g North Star, 3 fCirculation Man- ageryg Girls' Sports, 2, 3, Receptionist, 33 Homeroom Representative, 33 Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 3. , xv WALDEN LEWIS 18 Mayflower Road "Wally" - Bow ties . . . "Which twin has the Toni?" . . . Plymouth has its good points. EDWARD J. MACDONALD 205 Harvard Street "Mac" - A good 'skate' . . . "Lousy, huh?" . . . His Annie-mm, boy! Hockey, 2, Hi-Y, 3 !Treasurerj. MARILYN MACDONALD 78 Freeman Street "june" - Howard's carhop . . . "Hi-ya" . . . june bug . . . Tune harmonizer. Dance Committee, l, 2, Nurses' Career Club, lg Girls' Club, 3 CExeCu- tive Boardgg Spanish Club, lg Library Staff, 1. DONNA MACLEAN 405 Hancock Street Pizza and Coke . . . Olderboys preferred . . . Diner patron. Girls' Club, 3. CATHERINE E. MARSANO 43 Sagamore Avenue i'Ca:kze - Knows her own mind . . . Hot ticket for the band . . . Dorchester six footers. Library Staff, l, 2, 3: Glee Club, 2, Nurses' Career,Club, 3, Bowling Club. 3. Band Manager, 3, Dance Committee, lg Receptionist, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Honor Roll, l. 'WTF we If ,f v l VIRGINIA MCELWIN 28 Sherman Street "Ginny" - One of th and cokes. Girls' Club, 3. "Mac" - "l'm here" look . . . "You didn't!" Girls' Club, 3 flixecutive Board-Secretaryb, Cheerleading, 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Dance Committee, 2, Girls' Sports, l, 2, 3, Manet, 3: Spanish Club, 2, 3: Nurses' Career Club, 2, FRANK MCKAY 3 Canton Road "Mac" - Boulevard on Sundays . . . Halloween . . . "l dunno". "Pau" - The PR boy . . . Perpetual wad of gum . . . Celtic magnanim- ity . . . Small hsh. ' ARLENE RUTH MATHIESON . 43 Colby Road "Lena" - Popcorn at the "Wolly" . . . Madam President . . . The "ayes" have it . . . Cares for cookies-hmm? Library Book Recommendation Committee, lg Dance Committee, lg Stu- dent Council, 2, Girls' Sports, 2, 33 Spanish Club, 2, Tri-Hi'Y, 3, Girls' Club President, 3, Manet, 3, North Star, 3. ANNE MARGARET MCALPINE 71 Farrington Street "Mac" - Oh, those colors! . . . Critic . . . Gum . . . Costume Jewelry. Girls' Sports, 2, Girls' Club, 33 Rifle Club, 2, North Star, 3. i HAROLD MCCARTHY 36 Montclair Avenue "Lumpy" - Wouldn't be Lumpy without that smile . . . "Hey guys . . . Where's Steve?" Basketball, 1, Golf, 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee, 3 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, spanish Club, 3 qsecfmfy, 39. JOSEPH W. MCDANIEL 252 North Central Avenue "joe" - Drugstore jockey . . . Lost in Braintree . . . Horn-rimmed glasses . . . Late for PD again. Cross country, 1, 2, Winter Track, 1, 2. 3: Golf, l, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2 fPresident, 37, Homeroom Representative, 3, Boys' State alter- nate, 2, Class Day Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Manet, 3. e Johnson girls . . . Donna's other half . . . Pizza JANE MARIE MCGRATH 69 Barham Avenue . . . Coulotte clan member . . . 'I'hat collegiate ...Don...jim. Honor Roll, 3. 9 GEORGE j. MCMANUS. JR. ll Clark Stneet EILEEN MARIE MrNALI.Y 24 Hunt Street "Ma" - The luck of the Irish Ncvrmmbi with ' at Coral Gables Girls' Club. 34 Future Homemakcrs of Amt-rua ' RUBFRT I NI' YIIVY C.-mf-c e g' "" "Boi," - Future Ben Horan Quiet far 2- Re-2' . . , Hurry Up seamstress mb' Golf. l. 3. Blix' 42 Billings Street "Harry" - '50 Ford . . . Blake Street . . . Keeps teachers on their toes . . . Gym locker. Cross Country, 2, Track, 2, Manet, 35 Hi-Y, 3. - BARBARA M. METCALF 1 Oliver Street "Baht" - Sports fan . . . Professional baby sitter . . . Slippery Six uf guard . . . One of the Twirlerettes. Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Drill Team, 1, 2. 35 Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3 . 5 CExec11tive Boardj. I 4 1 WAYNE R. MILLER 188 Belmont Street Never a dull moment . . . North's Fred Astaire . . . Serious gentlemen . . . Ladies' choice, Cross Country, 1, Track, 1, Library Staff, 1, Spanish Club, 2. NANCY JO MISSION 58 Holyoke Street "Mah" - Bibs at the Spa . . . 58 Holyoke after school . . . "so" . . . 2:30 rendezvous in 415 . . . "Elinor". Biology Club, 1, 2 fPresident, 21, Nurses' Career Club, 2, Library Staff, K 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Library Book Recom- , mendation, 1, 2, Manet, 3, Graduation Usher, 2, Class Day Committee, 3. 5 CAROL ANN MOORE 57 Webster Street "Mo" - Friday nights at Hingham . . . Kneesocks with tassels . . . Small dog . . . Dorchester memories. Spanish Club, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Sports, 3, North Star, 3, Manet, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 3. LESLIE MOORE 10 Crabtree Road "Les" - Rembrandt on the spot . . . Drummer boy from Squantum . . . Locker without a handle. Track, 1, Dance Committee, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 33 Manet Art Edi- tor, 3. s MAUREEN RUTH MOORE 68 Barham Avenue Doug's good car . . . Silver spoons . . . One of the dancing dolls. A 1' Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 35 Girls' Club, 35 North Star, 3, Prom Committee, 34 Receptionist, 33 Manet, 3. JANET E. MORAN 226 North Central Avenue "Jen" -- Oh, those white bucks! . . . Another Walker twin . . . Neat as a pin . . . Demon with decorations. Prom Committee, 3g Dance Committee, 2, 33 Spanish Club, 2, 35 Tri- Hi-Y, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 CExecutive Boardjg Library Book Recommenda- tion, 1, Honor Roll, 3. PAULINE MORIN "W" ' 37 Hamden Circle 1 "june" - Ice Capades? . . , Norths Esther Williams . . . New Hamp- I shire . . . Strike . . . French flavored. Dance Committee, l lChairman1, Drill Team, 1, Twirlerettes, 1, Girls' ,- Sports, I, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 33 Bowling Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3. JEAN MORRILL A, .i 129 Harvard Street ' , ' 1 Pin boys' horror . . . Howard johnson worker. f Bowling Club, 1, 2, 35 Girls' Club, 33 Honor Roll, 3. ' HAROLD MESSIAS I 17Tiff1fc'f , 2 ,4." F 3 JOANNE NERVI 67 Farrington Street "lone" - The Moose's secretary . . . Black lace and orchids . . . Ring collector. North Star, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3. Wollaston's red and gold gift shop . . . Air Force saw her coming. Girls' Sports, lg Bowling Club, 1, 2, Library Staff, 39 Girls' Club. 3. RICHARD NEWELL 41 Eustis Street "Dick" - A nice 'racket' . . , Twenty-eight flavors . . . "Funny me" . . . The Second Musketeer. Glee Club, l, 2, 3: Tennis, l, 2, 3. "Nigga" - Keystone Kid . . . Leepin' Lena . . . Juniors' choice . . . Ringlets and clothes. HOWARD G. MOSS 65 Kendall Street Boy showman . . . Artistic . . . Destined to be another Arthur Murray North Star, 1, Biology Club, 1, Sketch Club, 1, 2, Honor Roll, 1. LORIS BIULLANEY 86 Wendall Avenue "Lourie" - I-Iot shot . . . C-A-M-E-I. . . . From the Halls of Montezuma Girls' Club, 3. F-I JOHN H. MURRAY, JR. 60 Sagamore Avenue "lake" - "Well, we all have to go sometime," . . . Friday nights in Mattapan . . . "Rosalie". PATRICIA NELSON 202 Hobart Street "Pat" - Quack, quack . . . "Oh, I had my chocolate frappe" . . , Chubby. A Bowling Club, 1, 2, 3, Drill Team, 2, Drum Maiorettes. 3: Girls' Club, 3. l MARY NEVILLE 39 Berlin Street ' 9 BRUCE NOGUEIRA 14 West Squantum Street I 1 . vs Baseball, l, 2, 33 Dance Committee, l. 2, 3: Prom Committee. 3 fCo- ' Chairmanlg Home Room Representative, 2. 3: Honor Roll, 3: Hi'Y, 2, 3 tSecretary, 33. I is ' CHARLES R. NORTON ' Ocean Street "Dub" - Two-tone mb The Montes messcncr: ikw fmwl dancer . Veep Football. 2. 3. Ht-Y. 3. Prom Committee. 3 FTHFI NOVRSF ll' Highland Avenue Hot rod. pony tail, cnmic I like tt wmv Bracelets Crt ridor polka, Future Home-makers nf America. I. 2. 1 'lure S-on: In-kt. i. VK? President. Zi. Girls' Club. 3. Bowling Cluh. I. 3. Manet. 3 11-A -- f- wfvx' ' 41" -ar. " '-'r BARBARA O'LEARY 27 Edison Street "Barbie" - Pizza at Montillio's . . . Commuter from the Point . . . Pony to poodle . . . A "natural". Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 2, Span- ish Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3. J DOROTHY ROCHELLE OLIVER 125 Harriet Avenue 'S "Dottie" - Skating . . . Hey, boy . . . Swanboats and pizza . . . Now, 'Il-A now, now, . . . Dancing. , Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, 3, Bowling Club, 2, 3: Girls' 55 ,7 Club, 3. JACQUELYN ANN OLIVER 82 East Squantum Street "Jacque" - Music or the ministry? . . . Stocking feet and a street song . . . Bubbly' Olover'. Library Staff, 1, 2, North Star, 1, 2, 3 fEditor, 3l, Drill Team, 3: Manet, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Library Book Recommendation, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3 CBusiness Manager, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3. JUDITH PALMER 55 Elliot Avenue pf "Judy" - Who says they're pests? . . . Auburn or russet? Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 1, Spanish Club, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 3. FAYE A. PATENAUDE 8 Montclair Avenue "Fi Fi" - Dark eyes . . . Saturday night ritual . . . White shoes . . . Favorite pastime: U.S.S. Unirnac. Bowling Club, 1, Girls' Club, 3. LOIS J. PATENAUDE 8 Montclair Avenue "Pat" - Big sister . . . Club 9 . . . Tom, carry me back to West Vir- ginny . . . Two g's. Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Future Homemakers of America, 3. PHYLLIS PETREIKAS 40 Ocean Street "Pbyl" - The "Cadillac" . . . Casey would waltz . . . Don't handle the diamonds . . . Trips to Monponsett. ,, Sketch Club, 1 fTreasurer, lj, Girls' Club, 3, Future Homemakers of America, l. MARY LOUISE PITTS 69 Freeman Street f . I' "Lulu" - Fountain fudge . . . Quincy High Boys . . . Pizza at Montrl- lio's . . . "Lights on for service" . . . Ten pins. Biology Club, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3, Future I-Iomemakers of America, 1, 2, 3, Library Staff, 1. SALLY A. POCH 223 Newport Avenue The way to a man's heart . . . Ernie . . . Halt, in the name of the law. Rifle Club, 1, Manet, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Girls' Club, 3. ELIZABETH MAY QUINLAN F 253 Newport Avenue "Berry" - Friday night at the cinema . . . Watermelon and fried clams . . . Twinkle toes. Girls' Club, 3, Rifle Club, 2. nr " as . ' 'r levy" JOHN RAFFA 78 Glover Avenue "Ref" - One quart of homo, please . . "A ' f h " Rotary Field??? alone or t e Quays' ' ' ' 5P3fliSh Club, 2, 3 iPres., 22, Prom Committee Chairman, 33 Home- room Representative, 2, 3. FRANCES RANNEY l I 296 Safforcl Street ."Fnmny" - Plymouths and Pontiacs . . . Pots and Pans . . .New Hamp shire Summers . . . Wentwonh. Dance Committee, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Receptionist, 3, Honor Roll, 3. IRENE RAWSON 235 Beach Street 'V' ,, ,, . . . . ,. . , Paz - Sailing, sailing . . . Strictly for the blrds" . . . L St. Bowling, 1, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 3, Drill Team, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3, North Star, 1. JOAN M. REDDY 66 Freeman Street "lo-Nee" - "Cut it out" . . . Bang up 4th eve in Pj's . . . Jack's own. Homeroom Representative, 1, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 llixecutive Boardp, Prom Committee, 3. BETH B. RHUDE 134 Bellevue Road "We've got plenty of time" . . . NS 1328 . . . Birthday presents . . . Music, music, music. North Star, 1, 3, Girls' State, 2, Drill Team, 2, Drum Maiorette, 33 Glee Club, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3: Spanish Club, 39 Nurses' Career Club, 1, Manet, 3, Library Staff, 1, Receptionist, 31 Dance Com- mittee, 3, Chapel Choir, 2, 3, Library Book Recommendation, 2, 3, Honor T Roll, 1. 2, 3. NORMAN J. Rrzzr 36 Colby Road At LaScala . . . With Gilbert and Sullivan and Miss Sawitsky. Band, 1, Sketch Club, 3, Honor Roll, 3, Manet, 3. DONALD WALTER RIZZO 44 Ocean Street "Riz" - Whey Marie . . . F.H.A. KA Future Home Breaker? . . . "You're messing" . . . Trig class gremlin . . . White bucks. Football, l, 2, 5, Basketball, l, 2, Baseball, l, 2, 3, Junior Class Pres- 15- 9 Q 9 ident, Hi-Y, 2. 3 lPresident. 37 Spanish Club, 2, 3 4President, 37: Dance Committee, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2, Boys' State, 2, Manet, 3. RICHARD U. RODGERS 152 Beach Street if df 4 1 "Dick" - Early morning pushes . . . Weymouth Drive ln. U f 0 1 J Baseball, 2, 33 Football, 3, Dance Committee, 2. 3, Hi-Y. 3. 1-, Ur Jar-iss ROONBY 28 Holmes Street 'Sad' - Tilt 'Definitely' Set 'he-fr. :R "Carol Manet. 3. Hi-Y. 3 "Pd" - Likes 'Bugs Mfca r 1 I .,. Chop suey . Double--.fate .itnamlfr ' Girls' Club. 3. North Star, 3, Mamet. 3 l M 32 ' 'T ""' 1 iff' MARIE ELIZABETH SABADINI 30 Clive Street "Sabby" -'Dancing in the dark . . . Mona Liza . . . Million Dollar baby . . . Raviolas and Life-savers . . . Buz. Glee Club, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 35 Girls' Club, 33 North Star, 35 Manet, 3, Prom Committee, 3. MARGARET SAULNIER 25 Mayflower Road "Margy" - Ten pins, lefthanded . . . Lives on the "Island" . . . "There's no boat like a row boat". Future Homemakers of America, 1, 2, 35 Bowling Club, 1, 2, 35 Library Staff, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 3. CHARLES MICHAEL SHEEHY 102 Holmes Street "Zeb" - The minor . . . "Pop's lunch missing?" . . . N. Q. Drug . . . Terror of 423 . . . "Where's the party?" MARION SHOREY 308 Atlantic Street "Micke" - Small party . . . Prexie born . . . Horses and cars . . . "Actress or medical secretary?" . . . Posters. Junior Red Cross Representative, 1, Girls' Club, 33 Receptionist, 33 Honor Roll, 3. JOSEPH L. SILVA 229 North Central Avenue "Joe" - The Web and Sally . . . "Well now, it's like this" . . . De- livers the goods. Glee Club, 2, 33 Hockey, 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3. ARTHUR G. SILVER 29 Windsor Road "Sliver" - Ben's market . . . Fixture at H. J's . . . "Game for a match?" Manet, 3. W ' 1 El c 3 A ROBERT SMART 60 Harriet Avenue "Bob" - "I try to be" . . . Is . . . Sure to get by . . . With his policy. Trade, 1, 2, 3, Cross country, 2, 35 Rifle Club, 1, 2, 35 fVice-president, 2, Treasurer, 31, Honor Roll, 3. JAMES SMITH 114 Sagamore Street "Saba" - "Take your notes" . . . Fish . . . "What's doin'?" . . . The club . . . Boy from the Pitts. Baseball, 1, 3. LEWIS M. SMITH, JR. 54 Vfayland Street - Hovfarc ,lahnson hill climber '2, . . . Quiet in F. L. . . H. js bowling veep . . . S..n:1aj.'-:ight Ln ' 4. NANCIE RUTH SMITH 10 Chester Street "Fuzzy ' - 'Guess VC'harT" . . . Bow-wow . . . Princess Domay . . . Tommie , . , Stardust . . . Waistcfsats and red cheeks. 1 3 on cps, 5. Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3. Girls' spam, i, 2, 3, Bowling Club, 1, 2, 1 'Q 2. Prom CIXLHILIICC, 3, Manet, 34 xllfsff C3119 Cll-fb, 2, 3. J WILLIAM SPENCER 110 Hollis Avenue "Bill" - Scout's honor . . . Speedy but silent . . . Black Nashes and track shoes . . . How's Hermit Clingerman? . . , ZZZZZ. Cross Country, 2, 3, Indoor Track, 2, 3: Spring Track, 2, 3. ROBERT JOSEPH SPOONER QI' Fayette Street "Spun" - Sparkin' batteryman . . . Dad of the cooking class . . . Legion vet . . . Stardust and Judy. Baseball, 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee, 1, Hi-Y, 2, Home Room Repre- sentative, I, 2, 33 Class Day Committee, 3, Manet, 3. i X 3 2 'zwvr , ri- V' MARJORIE A. ST. CLAIR 70 Holmes Street "Margie" - Back to Virginny . . . Gray Chevie . . . . . . Friday night pizza . . . Smart secretary . . . Lyman. Drill Team, lg Twirlerettes, lg Bowling Club, lg Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 3. FREDERICK STOBART 55 Glover Avenue f "Fred" - "Get those football helmets, boys" . . I . . . Whats doing? , What do ya say? Prom Committee, 3, Football Manager, 1, 2, 3. ROBERT E. STORM 'I " 129 Beach Street A "Bob" - Simple Simon's pieman . . . A run-ner . . . One of the Three Musketeers. Hockey, 1. RACHEL STROUT 3 Willa Street "Rae" -- Music is an art . . . I go Pogo . . . California bound! . . . - Ten pin champ. V Y Bowling Club, lg Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Girls' Club 3. ' XXI . JANE F. SULLIVAN 20 Kendall Street Still an Adlai advocate . . , Vfitty ditties . . . Carefree colleen . . . a "Mamet" must. Nurses' Career Club, lg Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, Library Book Recommen- dation, I, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 33 Mane! Literary Editor, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Girls' Club, 33 North Star, 3, Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, Receptionist, 3. VIRGINIA M. SUPPLE 16 Sherman Street "Ginnie" - "Oh, no!" . . . Eddie's Diner . . . "I'lI eat it anyway" . . . Monponsett . . . Do, ray, -me. Nurses Career Club, l, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3. ELIZABETH A. SI"I'TILL 89 Vfillcr Street "Snr" - Isnt that the limit' Tr: n' 'I packet . Raiilcrcrres Biolnfzv Club. I. 2. Girls Shirts. i. 1 lTr:-asurer. lxctume ll-warilns NV1fW"9' ' I, 1. Manct. 3. High Honor R-Ml. I 4-M1 l ' r 4 Rum FI SKY NN S1 N'- 'Roh' - Sprouring wings with K A T N "1 1 it' Trips the Swedish fantaeni 4 -I ls DONALD THOMPSON v 'i'lf"'.7"'-L 55 Bromfield Street "Frank" - "Hey, you guys." . . . Mac's . . . Everything for a laugh . . . Week-end parties . . . Massy boy. Band, 1, Dance Committee, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Manet, 3. Future Homemakers of America, 1, Nurses' Career Club, 1, Bowling Club, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3 CExecutive Boardb, Tri-Hi-Y, 3. X JOAN URANN 60 Exeter Street "jonny" - Newcornbs - watch that string . . . "Urann, that's right" . , . "Yeah, yeah" . . . sr. Ann's Military Revue. f 31.4 HOWARD R. VOSE ff-7""" ' 162 Beach Street "' il "Howie" - Hard on his head . . . Pick-up and delivery man . . . Stu . . . Massy boy. Baseball, 2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Junior Class Treasurer, Band, 1, Prom 5 Committee, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Traffic Squad, 3. DIANE WALKER 192 Taylor Street "Nan" - "Ken's half mine" . . . Nimble with a needle . . . First set- retary then veep . . . Drives half. Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3, Junior Class Secretary, Dance Com- mittee, 2, Prom Usher, 2, Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 3, Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3 iVice Presidentj, Class Day Committee, 3. SALLY WALKER 192 Taylor Street "Sal" - Sophisticated Sal . . . A crowning glory . . . The First Lady . . . A way with decorations. Student Council, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, Dance Committee, 2, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 3 fExecutive Boardb. GERTRUDE E. WALTMAN 6 Warwick Street "Bunny" - Prefers New Yorkers . . . Apple a day. Bowling Club, 3. WALTER WARRINER, JR. 53 Ellington Road P .3 1 "Bud" - A star in the stretch . . . The Quiet Man . . . Unexpected humor. I Cross Country, 2, 3, Spring Track, 2, 3, Winter Track, 2, 33 Band, 1, 2. RICHARD J. WATERMAN 283 Billings Street ' "Dick" - Able Trackman . . . House builder . . . Commuter to Cape . . . Long walks around supper. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Cross Country, 3, Winter Track, 3, Spring Track, 3. DONALD R. WEBER 33 Carle Road "Don" - Bombing around in a Chevie . . . Keeps busy at the Supreme . . "So big". H'-Y, . 1 3 ,. :- DANIEL WEEKS . 14 Sumac Road "Dan" - 'Freckles and his friends' . . . Underclassmen Cor girlsk . . . , t i Could sell ice cubes to Eskimos. , Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Winter Track, 1, 2, 3, Manet, 3, Hi-Y, 3. ALAN WHITTAKER 181 Arlington Street "Whit" - Big car for a big business man . . . S. S. Pierce . . . Con- sumer Ed. lured him to Q.H.S. ROBERT L. WILLIAMS 293 West Squantum Street "Bob" - Dad's new Chrysler . . . Dad to little bo' Cam B . . . oh, Wednesday nights! 'S 3' P 'uses Spanish Club, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 1, Dance Committee, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Manet, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Class Day Committee, 3, Hi-Y, 3, MARGARET WILSON 433 Quincy Shore Drive "Mag" - Knee Socks . . . Mints o' men . . . Fixture at Farrell's . . . "Deb" . . . Cooks like a fiend. Student Council, 1, Future I-Iomemakers of America, 2, 39 Girls' Sports, 1, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Manet, 3, Home Room Represen- tative, 2, 3, North Star, 3. SANDRA C. WILSON 17 Granger Street "Sandy" - Import from Hingham . . . Competes with Carole . . . Quincy High girls . . . Neponset drive-in. Spanish Club, 2, Girls' Sports, 2, 32 Nurses' Career Club, 35 Future I-Iomemakers of America, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Receptionist, 3, Manet, 35 Girls' Club, 3. ROBERT WIRTZ '45 Wayland Street I "Bob" - '41 Ford with Cadillac motor . . . "Pat's looking for you" . . . From the National Jumping Jacks. ELEANOR WRIGHT "Ellie" - There's a vacant chair in 405 . . . Summers in Scituate. Future Homemakers of America, 2, 3, Bowling Club, 2, 3 QPresident, 35. ' 4 CARL D. YNGVE 4 115 East Squantum Street " " ' A ' ' Saving for a car . . . Plays hard to get . . . Plaid Shirt . . . First love - Dedham. Rifle Club, 3. r 1 r DOROTHY L. YOUNG 73 Mayflower Road "Dany" - "More fun than people" . . . Charleston, Charleston . . . "Was that a red light?" . . . Hen parties. Student Council, l, 2, 3 QVice President, 31, Tri-Hi-Y. 3: National Honor Society, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Library Book Recommendation, I, 2, 3, North Star, 3, Manet Editor-ln'Chief, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, Receptionist, 3, Honor Roll. l, 2, 3. alflefa DAVID Janus EVANS I' 'N WH' "ill WH 133 nmmneia smet ' ' " 1" "Daw" - Arli08f0n girls . . . Hot rod . . . "Left 80 to Richard! . . . "Dow" - Master of am Cfca' 1 " ' "Ask myb0dy!" . . . Guppie raiser Hockey, I, 2, Track, I. PAUL HIGGINS 57 Young Street "Huggcv" - Not too dusty . . . See you at Do-t's 6 50 Football, I, 2, 3, Basketball. 2. 3. .i r - l N V . k - 4 4, ,Y J' .X4WLOI'L9 OUP .SJlll9l90l'fQI':5 iii 11- 11: 111 111: il in 1 MRS. ALBERT ABBR 'IHESE MISS ETHYL ACETATE 30 Our MILS r Do you like? I hope so! Now that all the work, worry, md ygig. mg are over, the staff is rather partial to it. I want to thank the crowds of people who helped make that January pile of pgpgfg g book, and it's no surprise that I know exactly where to begin! I propose a rising vote of thanks and three rousing cheers for the one person who was always there when I needed him and who some- how always knew what to do - Mr. I-Iofferty! "Merci Beauooupf' Gracias," and good old American "Thanks" to Miss Gormley, Miss Tolchinsky, and the commercial staff who surely had a job to do, to Mr. Bridges and his "Camera Clan" who many a morning were greeted by a harassed editor begging them to get a picture of this or dnt, to Mr. Bleiler who helped us over many bumps in the road with his originality, to Mr. O'Neill whose publishing know-how lightened the staff's challenges, to Miss Acker and Miss Morrison who kept out thousands safe, to our alumnus, John Moore, who certainly knows when to click that shutter, and to those "Super Suzies," the Girls' Club, who always are so generous. It was my luck to have a wonderful crew of editors. The pass- words were "Cute, Clever, and Catchy" with Jane Sullivan heading the writers. Who else but Les Moore could have planned all those original layouts? With Jim Knight caring for the cash it was bigger and better business? Thanks, kids! You know, all the staffs did a remarkable yob. You Money Makers had me overwhelmed, and you Typing Tessies plus a Ted did a grand job, not to mention that mob of Mad Penmen who certainly showed originality plus. Thanks gang! Thanks everybody! When we leave these hallowed halls in a matter of days I hope you will all be lucky enough to enioy success in whatever you do, whether you be found on a campus, in an office, or in a uniform. Its been "more fun than people!" Best of everything, kids! Docry Young Editor is Cbkl .xdcluerfitierfi anal pafrom any, any jkango MRS. CATHERINE BEASTY MR. JOHN BEASTY MRS. MLYNIE BEATY bfR J. ALCIDE BEAUMIER EDVTIN J. BECK MR 6: MRS. JOHN E. BECK MR. 6: MM. 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"THAT MILK" PResidenf 3-1 100 NORTH QIIINCY GARAGE CUMPANY C H E V R 0 L E T Sales -:- Service 24-HOUR TOWING SERVICE Ambrose C. Duggan -:- Francis Duggan 131-133 HANCOCK STREET, NORTH QUINCY 91 COpIey 7 5920 THOROUGH INTENSIVE TRAINING DAY and EVENING DIVISIONS HICKOX Secretarial School lndvvrdual Advancemenf Full Secrefarlal and Short Courses 367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE SENIIJH STUDENT IIUUNIIIL Begin Any Monday :: Open All Year 94 T' CLASS UF 1953 CONGRATULATIONS FROM YUUR SENIUR CLASS UFFICERS KENNETH FONE - Presidenf SANDRA DiGlOVANNl - Vice-President JOAN ELLIS - Secretory BERNARD FALLON - Treasurer QS BEST WISHES TU THE CLASS UF '53 THE EL!-TSS UF 54 GR 2 9170 TIH ll-IOLLQW ADAMS STREET The New Hollow Prlvate Room for Parties Banquets Meetmgs Sound Proof Room off the Mam Dmmg Room THE AFTER THE DANCE MEETING PLACE" 7 n ll - . . I I u u Q Q . . 96 POWERFUL DURABLE DEPENDABLE R. 0. ALLEN 00. New England Distributor BOSTON IO, MASS. MERCURY KF-5 SUPER 5 Fisl1erman's Delight - Light, Fast, Versatile GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1953 CLIFF i-IOTE-'.!. NORTH SCITUATE BEACH ARAM BRAZILIAN, Owner-Manager Q.. STONBERG MOTORS, Inc. 485 WASHINGTON STREET, QUINCY DODGE and PLYMOUTH and DODGE "JOB-RATED" TRUCKS "Our Service Guaranfees Cusfomer Safisfadlonn GRam1e 2 8680 CHARLES C PERKINS Service Manager PUBLIC PARKING AREA GR 2 5352 PR 3 9241 RICHS TAXI SERVICE 3 BILLINGS ROAD Norfh Qumcy 71 Mass 24 Hour Radio Tax: 8. Lnmousme Servfce Specaal Rates Arranged for Groups Clubs Parhes Q . I- . . . . I . , . - . - . . . . . - - . J8 Compliments of the MIJNTIIIAIH MEN 'S CLUB 93 HOLBROOK ROAD HALL AVAILABLE FOR PARTIES, DANCES, WEDDINGS, MEETINGS, AND BANQUETS Ample Parking Space For Reservations Call PR 3-9416 "The Community Well Being-Our Cbjectiven Compliments of 9x:2u5gl'ljLCf'06 American gli' , 'Ag,,'?i3 Wollaston Legion 5- 4 S-9-99 45' T 56 :Q S Post 44295 Arthur C. Wesley, Commander QQ COMPLIMENTS OF E. F. P. BURNS, Inc. FORMAL and ACADEMIC CLOTHES for RENTAL Telephone LI 2-3572 'IOO SUMMER STREET BOSTON MASS Fo o s B c d Heodquorfe s Fo MEN WOMEN and BOYS CONGRATULATIONS T THE CLASS OF 53 E R D A N ,rum v FASHION fewer 'ff J ., N " GRanite 2-'I282 Established 'I9'l8 F. B. RICH 8. SONS "The Original Rich" LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE MOVING Packing - Storage - Crating 8- Shipping of Household Goods 8. Office Furniture Agent Member for UNITED VAN LINES Inc. - Coast to Coast 8- Canada 23a BILLINGS ROAD NORTH QUINCY, MASS "South Shore's Oldest 8- Largest Movers" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '53 SWIFT and BACHMAN INC. Your Neighborhood Chrysler - Plymouth Dealer 330 HANCOCK STREET North Quincy BEST WISHES To The GRADUATING CLASS OF 1953 from THE HANCOCK PAINT CO. BEST WISHES FROM , 0 5 -'20 INCORPORATED TIMKEN SILENT AUTOMATIC OIL HEATING 9 SAVILLE STREET PResident 3-2870 Quincy IDI GRannte 2 9123 Standard Esso Dealer JOHNSON S ESSO STATION RICHARD E JOHNSON Prop Washing Greasmg Srmonazmg Cor BEALE and ADAMS STS BUENA SUERTE A LA CLASE DE 1953 THE SPANISH CLUB COMPLIMENTS OF FOY S SUPER MARKET II77 HANCOCK STREET Quuncy Square 60 FRANKLIN STREET Quincy Adams CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '53 jox anal .youncla gr!! I . , . I 102 COMPLIMENTS OFTHE MONTCLAIR WOMEN'S CLUB Tel.: GRanite 2-6344 FRANcls M. SWEENEY - RICHARD T. swesnsv SWEENEY BROTHERS Home For Funerals I INDEPENDENCE AVENUE Quincy 69, Massachusetts Llberty 2-6881 Cnafiuc .Service ENVELOPES 1 LETTERHEADS eorge guclinglam Co. 80 BOYLSTON STREET Boston, Mass. COMPLIMENTS OF VULCAN TOCI. MFG. COMPANY 41 LIBERTY STREET Quincy, Mass IO! T Q sesr wusues ro me cuss OF 'ss DEVUN'S MEN'S STORE Feofuring Arrow - Von Heusen - Jayson - Bofany lriervo-ven - Swank - Spur - Gordon 17A BEALE STREET Opp. Wollaston Theater Gllanife 2-2342 MPLIMEN FRIE PResnden!3-dim QUINCY MOTOR CO INC Geoeoe A. nun Ja Pfenaefff FORD CARS Soles Servnce 85QUNCY AVBIJE Camormefnsovf GRANITECC INC QuncyMassod'ausem MONUABJTS wma for Cctutog Gent Free: Shovloomsot 759 HANCOCKSTETHORTHQLINCY GlanlIe2l657 725 SOUTH14 ARTHY QUNCY Plenden! 3-7610 Factory 7NEDENPOADSOUTHQllPCY GUnnle23l20 CO TS -QF- A ND O' O SoufhShore'sOldedondLa'9est Ford Dealer I' I I 104 MILLER STUDIO Photographer 1364 HANCOCK STREET Adams Building Quincy 69, Mass. - Graduation - - Prom - - Wedding - - Portraits - ROGER W. KENT CO. Rugs - Carpets - Linoleum On Wollaston Beach Boulevard Near Yacht Clubs Owned by DONALD KENT, N. Q. H. Class '35 ROGER KENT, N. Q. H. Class '38 Other North Quincy Employees Ed Radcliff, Class '47 Bob Mansfield, Class '42 Ralph Manning, Class '39 Bicknell Hall, Class '38 Ronald Gustafson, Class '44 Harold Murphy, Class '30 it' the 99 " ILIIIIW IIIIW Years of experience in serving S, thousands and thousands of Un- dergrads have given Kennedys - ASE, the "Know How," so important to Y G? all high and Prep school men. . X That's why- season after season K -Undergrads come back to Ken- T nedy's for their every clothing Ci", need. I l KENNEDY 'S ' UNDERGRAD SHOPS Q" BOSTON O PROVIDENCE 0 WOACESTEF SPRINGFIELD 0 HARTFORD I BROCKTON FRAMINGHAM GR 2-II37 DEWARE BROTHERS Funeral Home 8. Chapel Serving Any Distance 576 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston, Mass. Robert M. Deware Donald M Dew Non-Settcvion 4.4 Call WE 9-2517 baud IIKT . vt - I .- v L 4 as Route 3A North Weymouth DANCING Wednesday Friday Saturday Banquets Wedding Receptions GRannte 2 1353 PALMER Refrigeration Service All Makes Domestic Commercial HARLAN FREEZERS GUARANTEED 55 ELLIOT AVENUE Quincy E PALMER Service Engineer For your graduation gift may we suggest a lasting memento in Solid Sterling - Exquisitely appointed "Silver Wheat" by Reed and Barton. A complete place setting only 532.50 at RICHARD J GORMAN Jeweler 23A BEALE STREET Wollaston H WESTERBEKE CORP OLD COLONY BOULEVARD at Tenean Street Dorchester 22 Mass Distributors of High Grade Internal Combustion Machines Marine and Industrial Gasoline and Diesel Engines Electric generating sets for standby in stores hospitals public buildings etc Visit our Small Boat Department for the best in boats motors and equipment 4 U f. . .' I" r: ip!" 'Xia ' Special Parties J. O O 106 Rug Cleaning with AS-32 exclusive rug shampoo and Rug Sales a complete line of Modern Carpeting Complete Rug Service Since 1856 hams 8' cswett HI 5-4100 MA 9-0600 BOSTON and QUINCY "Have you called Adams 8. Swett . . . yet?" "Where Classmates Meet" Come In and See Our Summer Fashions JANTZEN SWIM SUITS SEA NYMPH - CALTEX OF CALIFORNIA SEAMOLDS by FLEXEES Dresses and Sportswear to Fit Your Budget Remember It Doesn't Cost a Fortune to Loolz a Million at the BETSY LEE SHOPPE 11 BEAIE STREET Wollaston, Mass. WESTLAND'S Sporting Goods 'f 5 - A f Equipment for Every Sport 1 1 REVERE ROAD Quincy Compliments of . . . BLACKWOOD PHARMACY 663 HANCOCK STREET cor. Beale Street Wollaston Telephone: PResident 3-7235 "Knowledge in Pharmacy is the unseen ingredient in Every Prescription." Res. Phone TAlbot 5-7011 MA 9-2100 JOHN D. HEWITT Realtor Mortgages - Sales - Approfsols 654 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston 70, Mass. BEST WISHES J J McDERMOTT GRannte 2-9686 RUDOLPH L HEUSSI 634 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston 70 Mass Texaco Service Auto Accessories Firestone Tires Lubncatron Battery Service Offuce GR 2-1910 Home PR 3-5388 ERNEST C HATCH Prescrrptlon Optrclan 25 BEALE STREET Wollaston Mass. S E V I G N Y S 527 so. ARTERY Famous FRIED C LAMS BEST WISHES DR JOSEPH E McDERMOTT oProME1Rls1 MAyfIowe'r 9-4021 Cleamng - Pressmg Repalrmg 103 NEWBURY AVENUE North Qunncy Mass Bring Your Cleamng Problems To Us PResudent 3-2368 Your Grandmother Traded With Us Why Not You? CAFARELLA BROS PResident 3-5151 LIBERTY LAUNDRY Laundering and Dry Cleaning 82 SAGAMORE STREET North Quincy Prompt Office Service PICK UP and DELIVERY SERVICE X UI' . E 1'xxi'5Y,'fi IA' - LINDBERG'S CLEANERS I 108 Compliments of . . M DeMatteo Construction General Contractors 200 HANCOCK STREET Quincy Compliments of BRYANT S VARIETY Corner of EAST SQUANTUM STREET an HUNT STREET NEWBURY AVENUE GRamte 2 5590 DOYLE 8. LONG INC 652 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston Fuel Oil and Oil Burners COOLIDGE PHARMACY Prescription Druggists .I S BECK PhG Reg Pharm 253 BEALE STREET Wollaston Compliments of . . CORAL DRESS SHOPPE 684 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston PResldent 3 5611 G 81 P ENGRAVING CO Brass Bronze and Plastic Label and Names Plates Desk Door and Ship Plates Memorials Tablets 76 78 WOODBINE STREET Wollaston Near Wollaston Railroad Station PResldent 3 7117 BEALE STREET PHARMACY Incorporated RUSSELL KEENE PhG Reg Ph Mgr DONALD R KEENE BS Asst Mgr 66 HANCOCK STREET Cor Beale Street Wollaston THE REXALL STORE GRanlte 2 1390 DOROTHY L KELLY THE JEWEL BAR Jewelry Gifts Religious Goods Notary Public Public Stenographer 397 HANCOCK STREET North Quincy 71 Mass . ' Co. ' I I I . d ' ' Prescription Pharmacists 109 -mmfmf ...H-.,.-canv l I 1 I Compliments of . . A F R I E N D GRanite 2 3942 CARLISLE F SMITH INC Registered Pharmacists 245 ATLANTIC STREET Atlantic Mass Compliments of the KEOHANE FUNERAL HOME HANCOCK STREET North Quincy Mass 9 0452 C A COX AUTO REPAIR Established 7934 Complete Core for Your Car GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Official Brake and Light Station No 1718 REAR 16 OLD COLONY AVENUE Wollaston 70 Mass Prescriptions Expertly 8. Safely Compounded ANDREWS' Home Made Ice Cream Drugs - Soda - Candies Hospital Supplies - Rubber Goods ANDREWS PHARMACY GEORGE R ANDREWS INC 68 NEWBURY AVENUE Atlantic 71 Mass PResident 3 0223 MORLEY and COMPANY Home Appliances 8. Television SALES SERVICE 58 BILLINGS ROAD No Quincy Mass P E Morley PResnclent 3 2380 HARRY SHOES Footwear for the Entire Family 40 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs Mass PResident 3 7413 TOTS N TEENS SHOPPE 46 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs Mass Misses Swimsuits Shorts and Halters Dungarees Socks Slips Panties Hosiery O ' O . , . . . . .. 0 I o ' . I ' . , . . . ' o . . - - Il ' ' ll . I ' , . O O . I . I ' . . . I . . . I ' I I I I 110 Compliments of . . North Quincy Food Market 66 BILLINGS ROAD GRanite 2-3490 MAyfIower 9-0082 WOLLASTON PHARMACY, INC. CHARLES H. BROOKS, Pharm. D. Prescription Druggist 323 NEWPORT AVENUE Wollaston, Mass. GRanite 2-9318 ANCHOR INN "PlzzA" "A Landing Place For Good Food" 751 QUINCY SHORE BOULEVARD Wollaston Freddie Gilberti PResident 3-3790 NORFOLK FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishers 67 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs, Mass. Compliments of . . . BILL'S VARIETY 76 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs, Mass. GRanite 2-1167 A. L. TURNER HARDWARE E. s. DENNEEN - R. T. DENNEEN Hardware - Power Tools 471 HANCOCK STREET No. Quincy "Hardware Built tor Hard Wear" Compliments of . . BAKER DRUG GRanite 2-2338 QUENTIN McCAFFREY Rrquslcnd .lewclcrQ5Aocnxou Gm SUNG' . . . Distinctive Jewelry . 68 BILLINGS ROAD No. Quincy, Mass V MANNINGS THRIFT SHOP Economy In Quality MENS and BOYS APPAREL 393 HANCOCK STREET No Qumcy The Y Way IS a Highway Health Fun and Worthwhile Service QUINCY YMCA DONAHER S Mens Store QUALITY CLOTHES Haberdashery and Sportswear Formal Clothes for Rent 1562 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy Compliments of GALLAGHER NEWS AGENCY 13 DEPOT STREET Quincy Mass. B A R K E R S Cards Typewnters OFFICE SUPPLIES I MAPLE STREET Qumcy Center PResndent 3 7213 BEST WISHES CLASS OF 53 T639 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy See Modern For Your Next Tux Duscount to N Q H Students GRanlte 2 4730 CARRIKER MOTOR CO DeSOTO PLYMOUTH SALES and SERVICE Dependable Used Cars Service on all Makes 66 70 WASHINGTON STREET Qumcy Arthur C Carrlker Charles J Johnston LONDON CLOTHING CORP 119 PARKING WAY Qumcy Mass. Fine Clothes for the Family To I l . . MODERN FORMAL SHOP I I Compliments of . . . MacDOUGALL'S MARKET EASTERN SHADE 8. SCREEN QUINCY-HYANNIS Window Shades - Window Screens Venetian Blinds - Porch Screens Cliptwood Shades - Screen Doors 20 JOHN STREET PResident 3-6889 Quincy 104 PARK STREET, HYANNIS Hyannis 1895 BARGAIN CENTER Quincy, Massachusetts GRanite 2-8660 - 8661 COMPLIMENTS OF BLACKER and SHEPARD LUMBER CORP. TAlbot 5-6710 WHOLESALE and RETAIL OLD COLONY LOBSTER CO., and GRILLE Lobster Dinners a Specialty 780 OLD COLONY PARKWAY Dorchester, Mass. Operated by BILL GOSSELIN Inc PResident 3-7300 POMPEO MOTORS INC OLDSMOBILE - CADILLAC SALES - SERVICE 666 SOUTHERN ARTERY Quincy, Massachusetts Compliments of . . . FREDERICK L. FARRELL "FARRELL'S" 41 SAFFORD STREET Wollaston MASSACHUSETTS ENGINEERING CO., INC. North Quincy, Massachusetts PResident 3-I 070 FRATUS MOTOR CAR CO PONTIAC Sales Service AVenue 2 0330 'I Broadloom Carpets Tale Rubber Asphalt Vnnyl Contract Carpets Rugs Domestnc and Imported Parquet Floors Lmoleum Hardwood Floors Venetian Blmds DINATALE FLOORS INC Offlces and Salesrooms 'l'l00 OLD COLONY PARKWAY NEPONSET Dustruct Boston 22 Mass MA lower 90253 STANLEY WINTHROP S INC 90 WASHINGTON STREET Qumcy Motion Pncture Equupment for Sale or Rent Cameras Frlms Flash and Flood Lamps Complete Darkroom Equipment GRamte 2 6510 Rent your Tux at SID S TUXEDO SHOP Largest and fmest stock of Formal Clothes on the South Shore Specual Prsces to North Qumcy Hugh Students I72 QUINCY AVENUE Opp Central Fare Statnon Qumcy GRanite 2-7373 CHARLES P MILLER Watchmaker and Jeweler 6 CHESTNUT STREET lNext to cor of Maple Stl Qumcy Mass PResndent 3 7620 QUINT S GREEN HOUSES The Beauty of our Busmess IS Flowers and Corsages T258 HANCOCK STREET at Qumcy Square Qumcy Mass PResndent 3 8720 AIRLINE STEAMSHIP RAILROAD Bus 8. Hotel Reservatuons 81 Tuckets No charges No fees Tours 8- Crurses Honeymoon Trips Arranged to sunt WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE Best wlsnes FROM me LIBRARY STAFF A Book rs like a faithful friend Wrth heart thats always ready A Comrade faithful to the end Wise understandmg steady TURNER O , . . 5 r 1 . 1 2 . I 1 I , . ' I I I ' Everywhere at regular rates. ' 1 ll I ll ,, . . . . I . . , , u I . . . I - - - ll I I ' WICKENS 8. TROUPE Funeral Home GORDON S. TROUPE CHARLES H. WICKENS INDUSTRIAL Luncheon Service Inc. 275 HANCOCK STREET North Quincy Specialists In Catering For Athletic Activities -PLAYS - -SHOWS - Attention, Dramatics Coaches! We have complete rental service for all your formal clothing needs. READ and WHITE 111 SUMMER STREET Liberty 2-7930 - 31 Boston, Mass. PR 3-6030-31-32 JOHN J. DUANE CO. All Kinds of Solvaged Building Material For Sole Ruberoid Shingles - New and Used Steel 600 SOUTHERN ARTERY Compliments of . . . Q U I N C Y STEEL CASTING CO., INC. GRanite 2-9103 R. E. Melanson 8. Bros., Inc. Garage and Filling Station REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES 2 SAFFORD STREET No. Quincy 71, Moss. W E L C H ' S Camera Center Everything for the Photographer Including Helpful Advice 680 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston TWIN CITY LAUNDRY INC. Main Office 62 NEWPORT AVENUE GR 2-0678 Norfolk Downs, Moss Branch 7 MAIN STREET Hlngham 6-046i Hingham, Moss Dry Cleaning is now being experflv handled at our plant. PResocIem 3-SGD OLD COLONY LAUNDERERS CLEANSERS 'lm QUINCY AVENUE Qumcy Comphmenfs of HAP ABRAMS vomcswmf ENGUSH Murrm co Provsdence Termmal Cambndge Termmal 189 CHARLES ST GA 'I-6916-7 130 BROOKLINE ST UN 4-0405 TRANSPORATION CO INC All fha? the name :mphes Mossochusehs Rhode IsIand BONDED CARRIERS GRanne 2 9452 For fhe Besf Food on the South Shore WINFIELD HOUSE The Bug Wrarfe House by the Sde of rrre Rood Lun he-ons Cockfalls Banquets Weddmgs Showers WINFIELD L STROUT Prop 853 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston Moss PResvcIent 3-9526 Besi vwshes From Your NORTH QUINCY And WOLLASTON CORRESPONDENT For The Qumcy Pafnof Ledger MRS RALPH ANDREWS ARTHUR C PORTER Pres. Res. GRomte 2 3407 W M. WILLIAMS Treos. Rea WEymourI1 9-0362W Q U I N C Y MEMORIAL COMPANY INC Arhsfrc Memonals 73 HANCOCK STREET MA 9 2424 Qumcy 71 Mass. Aufo Body Repairs and Pamhng 32 SAFFORD STREET North Qumcy M. L WOODAMAN DANCE sruovo Taps Toe 8 Baller Cor BEALE 81 FARRINGTON STS Wolkaston SUPERIOR MOTOR WILLIAM H. O'DONNELL 116 AV 2-2910 GE 6-9266 L I N D A ' S Southern Style Chicken Complete Fountain Service Salads - Sandwiches Steaks - Sea Food 770 GALLIVAN BLVD Dorchester 22, Mass PResadent 3 8036 CHASE PRESS PRINIERS 134 WEST ELM AVENUE Wollaston Mass Compluments of SNYDER S VARIETY STORE 735 EAST SQUANTUM smm PResudent 3 7400 B E A C O N Cleansers 8. Dyers One Quality Service The Finest TAILORING FUR STORAGE 624 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston MlLTON'S Clothiers - Haberdashers - Hatters 1538 HANCOCK STREET Quincy, Mass GRamte 2 1203 OLSON S Oll. SERVICE Fuel 8. Range Oils Prompt Metered Delnverues 20 WOODBRIAR ROAD uantum PResndent 3 8211 WOLLASTON LOBSTER CO 749 QUINCY sHoRs omve Now Carrying A Complete Lune of FRESH FISH Bus Tel Res Tel PResudent 3 2700 PResudent 3 0657 DORA A FERGUSON CA rfnfn 255 ARLINGTON STREET Wollaston Mass I r 9 Sq I Squantum, Mass. ll ' ' II . 7 Complnments of TORGESON S DEPT STORE 740 E SQUANTUM STREET Squantum 71 Mass Toys Houseware Pamts Notions WOMENS 81 CHILDRENS WEAR Open Fnday Evemng GRomte 2 2969 WHITNEY S HARDWARE For Rent Floor Sanders Polrshers Bottled Gas Electrrc Hedge Clippers 417 HANCOCK STREET Norfolk Downs Mass SOUTH EASTERN PROPERTIES INC 'NY' '15 fp I TE. For the Best Real Estate Servrce Bl 8 7007 Richard B DeWolfe MA 9 4221 Robert G Avery Compliments of GODFREY FUEL CO 64 ADAMS STREET 8 0500 Mllton Mass Let the red fleet delrver your heat Best of Luck Sensors J O H N S O N S FILLING STATION INC 700 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston DUNN S LUNCH FRANK H aowens Prop 453 HANCOCK STREET No Quincy A Snack or a Meal MA 91420 BEST WISHES and Remodeling and Jobbmg a Specualty CONGRATULATIONS from FRAZER MARKET FRANK M HARMON Plumbrng and Heating AUTHORIZED PETRO DEALER 69 HUCKINS AVENUE 335 NEWPORT AVENUE Squqnfum Mass. Wollaston 70 Mass. I , . Bl - ' , . . ll - N - ll - ' Il I I Wallpaper Machines , . , E , 65 ff, 'V z 'D Q ' ' ' 9 3 on C, I I 118 WEymouth 9-0485 McDONALD OIL SERVICE 16 DELOREY AVENUE No. Weymouth Sales - OIL BURNERS - Service MA 9-1868 DOTEN THOMSON Ladies Apparel STYLES of DISTINCTION 68 BILLINGS ROAD No. Quincy, Mass. Chg - Budget MA 9-0212 THE FRYE SHOPPE 25 BILLINGS ROAD No. Quincy "THE BEST IN FRIED FOODS" Orders Put Up To Take Out GRanite 2-4179 WALTER SWANSON Painting Contractor 66 ELLIOT AVENUE No. Quincy 71, Mass. Compliments of . . LEVANDER'S SHOE STORE 36 Years in Business MAyflower 9-0619 SHELDON W. LEWIS Quincy Paper Merchant Dennison Goods Paper - Stationery - Twine Bags - Boxes Office and School Supplies Gifts and Cards 49 BEALE STREET Wollaston BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1953 from the CITIZENS of QUINCY MAYOR DAVID S. MCINTOSH Compliments of . . . A F R I E N D Compliments of . . . GEO. R. CHURCHILL CO., INC. No. Quincy 71, Mass. MA 9-5500 "Good Luck to the Class of '53" W. W. WILLSON REAL ESTATE CO. 671 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston 70, Mass. The Best Always-All Ways to THE CLASS OF '53 THE YOUNG FAMILY PResident 3-5829 BEACON AUTO SCHOOL Wollaston Raymond Lantery Where your friends learned to drive Compliments of . . PATTERSON'S FLOWER SHOP eisle M. PAneRsoN, Prop. 1283 HANCOCK STREET Quincy, Mass. PResident 3-2675 HUBLEY ICE 8. OIL CO. 12 HODGES AVENUE , No. Quincy Range 81 Fuel Oils BURNER SERVICE Compliments of . . . FAIR DEAL MARKET 1284 DORCHESTER AVENUE Dorchester, Mass. JOHN J. Rizzo, Prop. GRanite 2-1682 BEACH TAILORS FOR THE BEST IN Cleansing and Alterations 143 BEACH STREET Wollaston PResicIent 3-4268 ATLANTIC ICE 8. COAL CO. 221 ATLANTIC STREET No. Quincy Coa - Oil - Coke OIL BURNER SERVICE FRUIT BASKET INC oo BILLINGS ROAD WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS GRanite 2-9277 RAY RUSSELL'S SHELL SERVICE STATION 315 HANCOCK STREET North Qunncy, Mass. 263 FARRINGTON ST MA 9 3650 30 FREEMAN ST MA 9 3255 JOHN GREGORY Plano Tumng 8- Repcurmg PLAYERS INCLUDED Evenmg Appomfmenfs We Go Anywhere Comphments of CLOVERLEAF DAIRY CO QUINCY MASS Compluments of MONTCLAIR PHARMACY INC SIDNEY C KALISH Reg Pharm 221 WEST SQUANTUM STREET PResudent 3 7577 KEITH LUMBER Buuldmg Supphes 15 WEST SQUANTUM STREET No Qumcy Moss ALFRED A KEITH U5 CS GR29469 PR 37114 Dodor of Mofors EDWARD T BECKWITH 70 QUINCY AVENUE Qumcy GENERAL AUTO REPAIRINL I , . ' I GRcnite 2-6170 Quincy, Mass. ' - B . R . 7 A. PResident 3-1453 A. E. WALKER Real Estate 47 BEALE STREET Wollaston Member Quincy So Shore Board of Realtors Member Multiple Listing Servic Compliments of DALTON E SMART 7 6700 VINCENT M DuGIOVANNI Boston Flower Exchange 538 TREMONT STREET Boston Mass NORTHWAY SERVICE STATION 260 HANCOCK STREET Next to North Quuncy Hugh School Owned and Operated by BILL MANNING Everything Good for Your Car Expert Lubrication Fast Car Wash TYDOL Gasoline Tires 8- Tubes VEEDOL Motor Oil and Accessories Compliments of the . . . NORFOLK DOWNS BOWLING ALLEYS 421 HANCOCK STREET Quincy lm 81 e George Harrmgton s Esso 57 QUINCY SH BLVD N Qumcy Tires Batteries and Lubrication USED CARS and CAR REPAIRS Compluments of I 8. J BEANERY Delicious Home Made Beans and Brown Bread Delivered on Order Call MA 9 2171 or MA 91705 MA 9 5550 WESTERN AUTO Only Western Auto Store in Quincy Auto Parts Tires Batteries Sporting Goods Hobbies 31 BEALE STREET Wollaston RALPH BISSETT Owner Manager e No. J' Pet ' I HA - ' . . . Wholesale Florist 122 PResldent 3 7254 STAN S CARD 8. GIFT SHOP Hallmark Norcross Greetmg Cards Glrts for all Occasions BERNAT YARNS 60A BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs Mass PResudent 3 I270 C W 8. G W NIGHTINGALE 20 E PEN STREET Quuncy Mass Compluments of the SWEENEY Funeral Service JOSEPH SWEENEY Successor to DENNIS SWEENEY 74 ELM STREET PR 3 2728 Qumcy Square PResudent 3 I 244 FREEPORT CLEANSERS INC 234 HANCOCK STREET Near North Qunncy High SAME DAY SERVICE Pressmg Whale You Want -Fur Storage- Cleansmg Pressmg Dyemg Repaurmg 'When Others Fall Try Us WHITMAN S AUTO SERVICE General Auto Repamng Gas Oal Greasrng 51 HOLBROOK ROAD Montclalr Mass Compliments of F R I E MR 8. MRS BENJAMIN G SAWIN Gnome 2 2027 WALTER J HANNON TIRE Tues Recapped N Tres 488 HANCOCK STREET I GRanite 2-6670 Night: MA 9-2420 Compliments of . . . , . . A N D . CO. ' - ew I 2 V I Compliments of . . . 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