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

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I Y - usp ' - 1- ' "... - - - ' n g L. N ' 'Q 4 ol ' l N ' ' 'QR v . ,-'A . 1 . 0 x ... , Y ' , 93.7" 1 ' N - s 4 ,t lr. ' y h-4' J . Y. Q . ' 'i rr' K., ' . . , ' T' :Q 'v' ' nf ' ,fy fy 4- . U ,'-Q A . ' . ,. Q ' - ., - , . .nj 1 -QWWQP I 5 OV 5' 1' ' K' A--Q 'U 01 4 " . -75' 2 Cyan of 1955 preaenla THE MANET North Quincy High School North Quincy, Massachusetts 3 As we, tl1e class of 1955, leave our school and venture into future life, we shall always carry with us our North Quincy High background of: Learning .... 8 Friendship . . . . 14 Character . . . 40 Service ..... . ,, 56 Community Spirit . .. .. 76 Donald Burke, Burton Harris C0-Business Managers John S. Hofferty Faculty Adviser N0l'mHI1 Y0llI1g Joseph Whelan Editor-in-Chief Art Editgr ORI DONALD JOSEPH CAMERON September 14, 1936-August 3, 1954 5 g '1 1 A James S. Co FROM OUR P To the Class of 1955: Congratulations on your achievements and best wishes for the years that lie ahead. May they be happy and prosperous with satisfying experiences through your search for contentment in your various endeavors, and may you find your proper places in service to mankind. This notable book with all of its familiar faces and scenes constitutes a connecting link between your past and your future-that time which belongs to all things that grow. As your footsteps lead you to this vast period, it is our hope that your future may be secure. James S. Collins Principal 6 TOO When a man is a living example of the spiritual purposefulness., 'the physical courage, and the mental perseverance he expects of his students under stress, he is truly a teacher per se. Such a man is Mr. John K. Young. To him we affectionately dedicate The Monet for 1955. an-Q4 -.4 QC 09 is .z..L. 3 4, as ff -A --1 N NIN :ivan , 'ff '? I-' 0 4. ,s J 'ff I ,., . ',4.,' .. ,6 ' ,c 1 r. a 4 4. ,.o.1.- . ' 'if-55' 1 ' - ." war' in JAMES S. COLLINS Principal Our leader and guide: The one who knows best . . . Every thought and its pupils. S. . JOHN W. WALSH Assistant Principal H Our second in command: Fairness is his byword . . . South of the border at North . . . Always ready with a helping hand. JOHN A. EVANS Assistant Principal Our Junior High head: Giving wisdom for the future , . . Newly arrived but a welcome addition to the North family. CLERICAL STAFF-left to right: Esther A. Morrison, Sally A, Mullaney. action for the good of the school and MECHANICAL ARTS -- left to right: Edgar H. Phillips, Arthur Burgess, Walter H. Warriner, Ralph D,Entremont, COUNSELING- left to right: Marjorie E. Currier, Caroline Welch, Robert P. Fox, Frederick B. Clunie. SOCIAL STUDIES - left to right garet Noyes, clerk, Pratt - J I John J, Donahue, Mar- M. Flavin. Hermon M. Katherine M, Countie, Charles Merrill, Mable I I Li-..,. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION - left to right: Kenneth Rickson, Katherine G. McCoy, Alice Gray. 1 FIXE ARTS - left to right: Anne P. Sawitsky, Joseph S. Herne, Elizabeth P. Sherman. 1 2 FAMILY LIVING W left to right: Agnes E. Berry, Agnes F. Purcell. :OMMERCIAL - left to right: Sara Tolchinsky, John J. Mul- arkey, Charles Merrill, Marie E. Youngerman, Melvin C, Jack., Qillian M. Gormley. MATHEMATICS-loft to right, standing: David P. Hourin Craton G. Howland: sitting Eflmunrl King, Katherine F. Horrigan, Marion B. Reinhardt. 9 4:17, 7 C - 1 155, . . . . .if ENGLISH - left to right, stand- ing: John S. Hofferty, Robert Laing, Ruth Meisner: sitting: Marjorie E. Currier. Ruth H. Leavitt, Rose C. Enos. I3 if SCIENCE - left to right, stand- ing: Frank L. Bridges, Gerald J. Lyonsg sitting: Roy L. Sin- clair, Wilma Schields. in K 2 E E I K I lf 5 I I I E H i i E E I F Li FRIENDSHIP FRED ABBE 25 Crabtree Road "Frebley"-I dream of Jeanie . . . "What?" . . . Green Chevie . . . Summers down the Cape . . . Rome. Sketch Club, 3. ROSEMARY AMES 43 Tyler Street "Cooley"-"Oh!" . . . Boots and Saddle I . . . Big brothers . . . Code . . . Green R. R .... Fair times. Library Staff, 1. MARY LOU ANDERSON BEATRICE E. ANTEN 276 Holbrook Road 63 Montclair Avenue "Lu"-"Oh!" . . . Boots and Sad- "Beedy"-To beat the band . . . dle III . . . Pizza . . . Medford . . . B. Y. M. C. U .... "Shopping" in Camp Union . . . Lou. Boston . . . Highlands . . . Jungle Glee Club, 2, 33 Drill Team, 2, 3. bunnies. LOUISE ARCIPRETE BEVERLY ARMSTRONG 31 Elmwood Avenue 15 Royal Street "Lou"-1-4-3-F . . . Woo-Woo . . . "Bev"-'sOh!" . . . Boots and Cecile's other half . . . Whoop- Saddle II . . . Guitars . . . S. S. Whoop . . . "Yousa kids' . . . Where's cleansers . . . Fairs and Rodeos. Pat?? Girls' Club, 3. Dance Committee, 1, 2g Tri-Hi-Y, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Prom Committee, 3. X .l ACQUELYN ASHLEY 155 Lansdowne Street "Jackie"-Sails in sight . . . "You don't say!" . . . Hon 6 . . . 311-017 C G . . . "No kiddingl' . . . Rocky roads. Biology Club, 13 Girls' Club Execu- tive Board, 3g Manet, 3g Bowling Club, 2, 3. JAMES BARNETT 8 Myrtle Street "1immy" - Shutterbug . . . Car fiend 11 . . . Reels and shells. Rifle Club, 2. 16 WILLIAM D. ALLAN 51 Faxon Road "Bill" --Air-borne Sundays . . . Otis . . . One of the "D" boys. Baseball, 2, 3, Rifle Club, 3g Motion Picture Operators' Club, 1, 2, 3. ALBERT H. ANDERSON 75 West Elm Avenue "Andy"-Al and .lim . . . Car fiend I . . . Cosine X . . . Hook, Line and Sinker. WILLIAM BADGER 176 Essex Street "Badge"-Midnight . . . Corner habitue . . . Claire . . . "Where's the heads?" Basketball, 13 Wrestling Club, 23 Baseball, 3. FLORENCE P. BARRY 49 Apthorp Street "Flo"-"Ili, kids" . . . Flounce . . . Eleanor's protege . . . Strike . . . Jackie's other half . . . Hon 7. Girls' Bowling Club, President, 33 Manet, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Drill Team, Student Manager, 33 Prom Usher, 23 Graduation Usher, 2g Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3. ANN BATCHELDER 285 Fayette Street "Hink"-Small, but a fighter . . . Saturday-nite escapades . . . Blonde undertaker . . . 1-4-3-B. Dance Committee, l, 23 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 33 Bowling, 13 Basketball, 23 Cirls' Club, 3g Home Room Representative, 2, Prom Committee, 3. ROSEMARIE E. BERARD 37 Faxon Road "Rose"-Strikettes . . . Pleasant smile . . . Pizza at Nick's . . . Short- hand . . . 430 . . . "Cot a ride?" Bowling Club, 1, 2, 3g Girls' Club, 3. llCANE'l"l'l'l K. Bl'Il.l. 209 Newbury .'xY4'llllt' "Jun"-Strikcttcs . . . Cum gin-r . . . Always a Dior creation . . Wiliiteds . . . "Hello, Baby." Cirls' Bowling Club, 2, il: Library Staff, l3 North Star Stall, 23 Cirl-' Club, 3g Mana-t, 3. CAROLE BIENKOWSKI 57 Vnebster Street "Ca"-S. Y. C .... Harvard . . . Deb . . . Those clothes . . . Cute! . . . Bermuda shorts. Cirls' Club, 3g Girls' Sports, 33 Manet, 3g Reecptionist, 3. PATRICIA ANN BONNER 105 Bellevue Road 12:15 ferry . . . l-4-3-BAD . . . T-E-A-M . . . Faberge . . . Frenisci . . . F. F. B. Dance Committee, 13 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 33 Cheerleader, 2, 3g Girls' Club Execu- tive Board, 3g Spanish Club, 2g Cho- rus, 2g Sketch Club, 33 Prom Com- mittee, 3. PHYLLIS BRADSHAW 72 Elliot Avenue "Phyl"-Sisters . . . Worcester . . . T. V. 'Talent . . . B. Y. M. C. Union . . . Mt. Monadnock. Clee Club, 1, 2, 3g Drill Team, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 3. t, X A .M 3 l H 1 V omethingis brewin in Home Economics "Patti"--"Is it damp out?" . . . f ,A e .X Q IRENE G. BOWERING 69 Hamilton Street Double batch of spaghetti sauce . . . Onward-Nlarshfic-ld's football team . . . Ballerina? . . . Martian explorer. Bowling Club, 13 Drill Team, 23 Home Room Representative, 2. XYILLIANI A. BRUTON 17 Channing Street "Bill"-One of Bake-'s boys . . . "Tell the '-uy" . . . Middle man . . . "flung-Ho" . . . Spiral cone. Rifle Club, l, 33 Manet, 3. 'n..,,.,,o-U 41 XJ DAVID BUTMAX 20 Chester Street "Dave"-Smoke gets in your eyes . . . Une of Mel's boys . . . Hot Plymouth. R MARY L. CAMERON 26 Newbury Street "Cupcake"-Zebra stripes . . . Mundie mourning blues . . . Muscles . . . 1-4-3-G. Girls' Club Treasurer, 33 Teachers' Career Club, 1, 2, 3: Girls' Basket- ball, 1, 2: Spanish Club, 2g Dance Committee, 2. 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Oflice worker, lg Prom Committee, 3. iff! 5.1 I-1':'1 CD15 PM T '-"-T v X , . 'Xg -- , v Q - - . 4-15 .h't' 9-Kg!-44 eb 5,-. If JANET BURGUULN 38 Davis Street "Reb"-"Oh ya" . . . King's room at Marie's . . . Alleys and rinks . . . "Uh, come on." Bowling Club, lg llanet, 35 Ullice worker, 23 Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3, Receptionist, 3. IRYINC J. BUTLER, JR. 155 Billings Road "In"-CQDXIS . . . Sam's . . . Columbia Circle . . . See dat man . . . Run, run, run, you - -ll Senior Band, 1, 2, Cross country, 3g Winter track, 2, 3g Spring track, 3. ' -'A' v 1 1 A guided tour in M Modern European Histor GERALD M. CAMPBELL 46 Vane Street "Gerry"-Red pajama game . . . Tickles the ivorics . . . "What did you do in Algebra?" Baseball, I: Wvinter Track, I, 2, 3: Cross Country, 2, 3: Spring Track, 2, 3: Glee Club, 3: Home Room Representative, 3. ALICE CAREY 39 Gladstone Street "Queenie"-"Which way is Nepon- set Circle?" . . . Movie fan . . . Home Hamburger's number-one stool- warmer. fffff " v .lo . 7. , . 1-is 3742? ,nf LAWRENCE .l. CAMPBELI. 86 Montclair Avenue "Roaclt"-Brett's Bum . . . Wieck- end warrior . . . Cody's buddy . . . Going XV:-st. Basketball, l: Golf, 2. - f f x E f LOUISE F. CARLSON T9 Sagamore Avenue Blind dates . . . Don't worry . . Relishes red . . . Sheridan's-free or special . . . Pretty ribbons. Bowling Club, l, 2: Teachers' Career Club, 1, 2: Drill Team, 2: Girls' Club, 3. PATRICIA CI-IRISOM 323 Fayette Street "Pat"-"That's tremendous" . . . "Jiffy" . . . Dilly . . . "Wrigley's Juicy Fruit" . . . Strikes, spares, and daisies. Manet, 3, Girls' Club, 3. HARRIET CLARK 47 Ocean Street "Buppie"-"Creek" . . . Tillers and Spars . . . "Dick" . . . Avid fan of all Raider sports. Drill Team, 2: Student Council, 3: Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3: Tri- Hi-Y, 3: Graduation Usher, 2. slits' If 'L A BEVERLY A. CLIFFORD 178 Harriet Avenue "Bev"-Home town, Milton . . . Cheeks . . . Fancy figures . . . Read all about it . . . "Let's dance," Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3: Home Room Repre- sentative, 2, 3: Dance Committee, l, 2: Girls' Club, 3. PAUL J. COLETTA I8 Hummock Road "Curly"-"Pommel with one blow" . . . Maria's . . . Honorable Q.B. . . . Claire . . . Butch's other half . . Idiot. Class Treasurer, 2: Football, I, 2, 3: Basketball, l, 2, 3: Prom Committee. Chairman, 3: National Honor Society, 2, 3: Boys' State, 2: Manet, 3: Dance Committee, I, 2, 3: Prom Usher, 2: Graduation Usher, 2, Student Leader, 2, 3. Hi-Y, 2. ..,.. LAWRENCE A. CODY 25 Division Street "Lurry"- Waterinelon . . . G. C. . . . Montclair Mobsters . . . Irons and drivers . . . Pizza and limeade. Basketball, lg Golf, 2, 3. DONNA M. CONDON 59 Rice Road High stepper . . . Veep . . . News . . . Blondie . . . Crushed like a grape . . . Ronnifs sister . . . Star- llusl. Class Vice President, 3: Class See- 1' rctary. 2: Dance Committee, l, 2, 32 :ny Tri-lli-Y, 2. 3: National Honor So- ciety, 2, 3: Girls' State, 2: High Honor A Roll, 2: Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3: Drill Team, lg Drum Nlajorette, 2: Co-Head, 3: Graduation Marshall, 2: Prom Usher, 2: Girls' Club, 3. Al ROY CHRISTENSEN 34 Colby Road "Olaf"-Halyards and hut Stock and standard Merc. Rifle Club, 3. CAROL A. CLEMILNT 9 Pierce Street Typing, typing, typing . With fun and fire . . 584-659 . . Kllew and pins. Bowling Club, l, 3: Girl Flux History Club, 2. N I 1 5 -Jin l - 1 l 7 mv-vs. , 33 I V . 3 - 4 I Ny V 5 f""""lh , 'Q Q . s Jil: 1 Adi R X .fs 1 rfff. .2 A xii if .. 3. 4 . if GEORGE E. CREIGHTON 38 Royal Street "Geo"-Stick and Hops . . . Pack- ards . . . New York excursions . . An Old Colony boy. Spring Track, 2, 3. DORIS A. CUMMINGS 23 Channing Street "Dottie"-Navy? . . . "Let's go" 9 . . Works at Grant's . . . Roy -. Girls' Club, 3. ' L-.-1- 15 .f 'J r' .. ' , : 5-ss JOAN CONNELL 151 Billings Street "Joni"-Gear-grinder . . . "Gee Whiz" . . . Never misses a Raider scrap. Girls' Club, 3. CARL J. CRAWFORD 56 French Street Slight-of-hand artist . . . Cheep puifer . . . Microphones and scripts . . . Baker's unpaid assistant. Band, 1, 2, 33 Radio and T.V. Club, 2, 3g Rifle Club, 2, 3. WILLIAM J. COSSART 24 Hamilton Avenue "Bill"-Hot 83 . . . Supreme . . . Dorchester curves . . . N. U. bound . . . Pete's human lamp pole. BERNARD P. CREEDON 52 Kendall Street "Butch"-"That,s the bit" . . . Overlooking scenic Teal Pond . . . Loves playgrounds . . . Mister Touch- down? Football, 1, 2, 33 Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Spring Track, 1, 3g Class President, 3, Boys' State, 2, Student Council, lg Prom Committee, 3g Graduation Marshal, 2g Prom Usher, 2g Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3g Graduation Usher, lg Home Room Representative, 2. WM. DAVID CROSSLEY 140 Hollis Avenue "lock"-Trico . . . Watch the leave-Sosh . . . One of the ball brothers . . . Gung-ho. Band, l, 2, Spring Track, 2, 33 Winter Track, 3. GEORGE CUNNINGHAM 116 Parke Avenue "Dig that beat" . . . Crazy trumpet . . . ln from the island. Band, 1, 2, 3. DAVID DAROIS 99 Highland Avenue . 1' ' , "Mouse"-The short of it . . . "Hot 39" . . . Two more planks, please. Baseball, Manager, lg Glee Club, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, Student Council, 2g Band, 1. DOROTHY J. DEANE 35 Ocean Street "Dottie"-"Bye nowl' . . . First National product . . . Big Jack . . . Saturday afternoon kickoff. Library Recommendation Commit- tee, lg Office worker, 2, Girls' Club, 3g Girls' Club, Executive Board, 33 High Honor Roll, l. ROBERT DEAN 72 Newbury Avenue "Bob"-Peepers . . . One of Doc's crowd . . . Street Hockey . . . "I'll bump ya." Baseball, l, 2, 3. CARME LA DeMARCO 36 Freeman Street "Candy"-Crew cut . . . Lullabye of Broadway . . . "Pm going crazy" . . . Dig that crazy beat. Glee Club, 2, 3, Library Staff, 2. BETTY J. DENNISON 49 Pope Street Little dipper . . . Batons and boots . . . H0w's tricks? . . . Caramel wrapper . . . "Let's go fishin'." Student' Council, 2, Vice President, 33 National Honor Soeiety, 2, Sevre- tary 33 Drill Team, 13 Drum Major- ette, 2g Co-Head, 33 Manct, 33 Honor Roll, l, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Gradua- tion Usher, 2g Tri-Hi-Y, 2, Secre- tary, 3. JOSEPH DEVINE 118 Sagamore Street "Joe"-The meat man . . . Doc's . . . Pigskin and Horsehide . . . The Atlantic Merchants Limited. The key to business in T pin ROBERT Wi. DENSMORE 66 Hamilton Street "Bob"-ls that right?" . . . One of the Mc-ssa's boys . . . Lookout Army . . . Beachcomber . . . Mighty mite. Dance Committee, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, 33 Basketball, l, 2, 33 Baseball, l, 33 Home Room Representative, 3: Student Leaders' Corps, 3g Boys' State fAlternateJ, 2. AMY B. DINGWELL 247 Beale Street "Ding"-The "A" girl . . . Jai-kie's pal . . . Gee, another basket . . . Sings like a lark. Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 3g National Honor Society, 2, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Library Recommendation Committee, 13 High Honor Roll, l, 2, 3g Girls' Club, 3. MIRIAM LORRAINE DIX 52 Ardell Street "Dixie"-Ernie . . . "Nice" . . "Where's Malden?" . . . Loves those drive-ins . . . Across the River? Girls' Club, 3. FRANCIS DOWNEY 34 Holbrook Road "Cronin"-MacDougall's left band man . . . Cronin is his middle name . . . .laek's little brother. Cross Country, 1, 23 Spring Track, 1. is-J CAROLE M. DONAHUE 48 Freeman Street "Cul"-"Obi" . . . Boots and Saddle IV . . . Fair times .... A ir Force Blues . . . S. Y. C .... lnter- esting. Drill Team, 13 Drum Majorette, 2, 3g Bowling Club, 33 Office worker, 23 Girls' Club, 3. FRANCIS P. DRAKE 40 Division Street "Iim"- Montclair always . . . Loves pedestrian lights? . . . On to Squan- tum . . . Hot Chevvy. Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3. S.l"C 213 Billings Street JEAN FERRY 75 Billings Street "Jean"-Middleboro . . . "Who brought some lunch?" . . . Reserva- tionist . . . "Don't you remember?" Office Work, 23 Girls' Club, 3. RICHARD FLAHERTY 104 Edwin Street "Dick"-Marie's Corner . . . Little Rocky . . . Last member of the Circle S . . . Saturday night at Ring- side. Baseball, 1, 3g Football, 1, 2, 33 Winter Track, 1, 2, 33 Home Room Representative, 3. PHILIP FISHER CAROLYN RUTH DUVALL 62 East Squantum Street "Davy"-One of the "R" girls . . . What happened at three in the morn- ing? . . . Pajama parties. Drill Team, 23 Drum Majorette, 3g Girls' Club, Executive Board, 33 Bowling Club, 23 Prom Committee, 3. DAVID E. ERICSON I8 Clark Street "Eric"-Windsor Road . . . Marie's . . . Hot Plymouth . . . Likes artists . . . Member of Circle S . . . "How's your uncle?" Rifle Club, 3. "Porky"-Always around Norm's . . . Bright Eyes . . . Good for a buck . . . The Whistler. Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3g Hi-Y, 23 Prom Committee, 3. ELIZABETH A. FLYNN 276 Belmont Street "Bette"- l-4-3-J . . . Hip! Hip! . . . Prettiest girl at PJ. parties . . . Jack . . . Spirit of "78." Sketch Club, 2, 33 Girls' Sports, 13 Girls' Club Dance Committee, 33 Tri- Hi-Y, 33 Receptionist, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Prom Committee 3. . .g 19 I cm llll BARBARA LOUISE ENNIS 1 Mayflower Road "Babs"-Island Dior . . . "Is that thebit?"...B.B.C.--S.... Future .Iune Taylor . . . 1-4-3-E. Girls' Club, 33 Bowling Club, 2, 33 Girls' Sports, 13 Sketch Club, 2, 33 Red Cross, 13 Secretarial Staff, 23 Prom Committee, 3. JAMES FALLON 105 Hollis Avenue "Jim"-Little giant of football . . . Pat's bomber . . . Laugh . . . Cali- fornia bound - Scrappy. Football, 1, 2, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, 3g Student Leader Corps, 33 Prom Committee, 33 Dance Commit- tee, 2, 3. Driver Education . . . muscle builder ROBERT L. FRANKLIN 130 Marlboro Street .."Bob"-"Plenty Power" . . . The long of it . . . The green monster . . . Summers on the Cape. Library Recommendation Commit- tee, l3 Spring Track, 2, 33 History Club, 23 Manet, 3. VIRGINIA FREDIANI 19 Crabtree Road "Ginnie"-Hon 7 . . . Rooting for the Crimson . . . High temperatures in Sl . . . Skater's Waltz. Bowling Club, 2, Secretary, 33 Girls' Club, Executive Board, 33 Manet, 3. BARBARA EDITH GOLDSTEIN 21 Hovey Street "Balls"--Music, music, music . . . Nice band, better leader . . . The quiet type. Cafeteria Squad, 23 Girls' Club, 3g Glee Club, 3. EDWARD COVE 156 Elliot Avenue "Eddie"-Wait til the Sun Shines, Nellie . . . "48" Hot rod Caddy . . . Work? Never! JEAN FRAZIER 25 Birch Street Let's go dancing-Moselys . . . Uncle Sam? . . . Pet pccve: late dates. Glee Club, 3g Girls' Club, 3. GERALD GHERARDI 115 Piermont Street '- S ",lerry"- Duck Sprinter . . . Blimps , and relays . . . Drug stores . . . "I got a bad start." Honor Roll, lg Football, 2, 3g Spring Track, 2, 33 Winter Track, 3. .l. TRILBY GIFFORD 195 Bellevue Road "Tril"-Paints and pallettes . . Silver blades . . . Hardalee . . . Pajama parties . . . Strike . . . Traitor . . . R-18-1 . . . Ron. Bowling Club, 2, Treasurer, 33 Drill Team, 1, 23 Home Room Representa- tive, 3g Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3. PETER K. GILL 117 Vassall Street "Redlight"-Hustler . . . "Who's boys . . . Redneck. Hockey, 1, 2, 3. GEORGE GORHAM 94 Lincoln Avenue "Meaty"- Black Mercury . . . Hum- marock in the Summer . . . Sand dunes . . . "Ya know" . . . ",lo." L. FRANCES GREGORY 16 Brunswick Street "Fran"-Stones at four . . . Hockey . . "Nice, hugh?" . . . Bewitched . . . Mail . . . R-18 . . . Canada "52" . . . Pizza. Girls' Club, 3. i213 -. Q I, the fish?" . . . One of the Downs' ROBERT WILLIAM GIGLIO 178 Holbrook Road "Gig"-"What's new?" . . . Car crazy . . . Big business . . . Hot Rod. Manet, 3. MARY GILLIS 15 Prospect Street "Coke?" . . . Junior . . . "Ya big brat" . . - V. D. P. S .... Megaphone mob...C.Y.O. Girls' Club, 33 Cheerleader, 3g Tri- Hi-Y, 2, Treasurer, 3. 7' .1 OANNE HAMATY 11 Pierce Street He's in the Army now . . . Oh, those marks! . . . "Parlez-vous?" . . . Mais oui. Bowling Club, 33 Receptionist, 23 Girls' Club, 33 History Club, 2. HENRY HAMELS 47 Appleton Street "Skip"-"Let's go, guys" . . . Pool Shark? . . . Guarded girls last sum- mer . . . Picks ups pins. CATHERINE S. HAMEL -23 Freeman Street "Kay"--Strikettes . . . Football practice . . . Skating Saturday nights . . . Summer in town. Girls' Club, 33 Bowling Club, 3g Manet, 3. PATRICK R. M. HARDING 220 Farrington Street "Pat"-H. O .... Hot Ford . . . Big Irish heart . . . Friday night but- terflies. Football, 1, 2, 33 Hockey, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, 33 Dance Committee, 2g Home Room Representative, 2. BEVERLY ANN HARLOW 31 Mayflower Road "Dimples"-Rootbeers at Al's . . . Oh, that one strike! . . . Never for- get 415 . . . "Slowpoke." Bowling Club, 3g Girls' Club, 33 Glee Club, 33 Girls' Sports, 3. BURTON M. HARRIS 32 Conant Road "Burt" - That '39 grey Bathtub with duals-horns . . . "What say to John's?" . . . Happy Birthday . . . "Dig up that dough!" Spring Track, 1, 2, 33 Winter Track, 1, 2, 33 Band, 1, 23 Co-Business Man- ager of Manet, 3g Library Recom- mendation Committee, 3. 2' ,sau ai .1 ACALYN HARMON 314 Salford Street "Jackie"-Brushes and palette Amy's pal . . . One of the Stars "Psyc." V Sketch Club, 1, 23 Girls' Club, 33 Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3. EARLE M. HARTING 25 Carle Road "Maxy" - Red convertible . Fancy dancer . . . Girls, girls, girls . . . a blue and gold boy. Biology Club, 1. ROBERT HATCH . 24 Willow Street "Bob"-Fisticoffs enthusiast . . . The one with the wave . . . Dissenter from the accepted. THOMAS HEFFERNAN 41 Ferndale Road 3 "Huff"--The paper kid . . . Great Stuff-Italian food, especially "Spe- gen." RUTH HAYES 42 Kendall Street "Ruthie"- Devilish brown eyes . . . Undecided future . . . Loves food above all . . . Raids First National. Nurses' Career Club, lg Girls' Sports, 1, 33 Biology Club, 13 Bowl- ing Club, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Recep- tionist, 33 Spanish Club, 23 Glee Club, 2g Manet, 3. CHARLES HERMAN 80 Puritan Drive "Hermy"-Summers in Nantasket . . . Thursday at 8 . . . Chuck . . . Hot rod Herm . . . Bull's eye. Band, 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club, 2, Secre- tary, 33 Manet, 3. DOROTHY L. HIRTLE 264 Farrington Street "Dotty"-Jiffy little matter . Dimples . . . Pickles at Powers Blue Stude. Girls' Club, 3g Glee Club, 3. PAUL HOHMANN 25 Could Street "Dad"-3 o'clock in the morning Sal Weekend m Rhode Island . . . .lol that hot Ford . . . Fill 'er up Pete Till Then Dual Life is' wonders un olded in Biology V v Q DANIEL KEATING 224 Billings Road "Fat Dan" - "There stands the glass" . . . The diner . . . Sunday hockey games. CLAIRE KELLIHER 105 Elmwood Avenue "Claire"-The high stepper . . . We're in the Army now . . . Redheads . . . "Don't Drop It." Dance Committee, 1, 33 Drill Team, lg Drum Majorette, 2g Head Drum Majorette, 33 Glee Club, 33 Prom Committee, 3. Q- is ' ff 3? FRED INGHAM 28 Mascoma Street "Terry"-"I know you, Murphy" . . . "What are you doing tonight?" . . . Pizza. Track, 1. RICHARD R. JOHNSON 18 Blake Street "Dick"-"Gee, what a sweet kid" . . . Swell . . . Rather sane . . . Un garcon de francais. Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society, 2, Treasurer, 33 History Club, President, 23 Dance Commit- tee, 2, 33 Manet, 33 Student Council, Treasurer, 33 Home Room Repre- sentative, 2, 3g Library Recommenda- tion Committee, 2, 33 Honor Roll, PAUL KELLEY 265 Belmont Street "Kell"-Between gas and food: work . . . "Speed" in that stripped "33" . . . Kendall-bound . . . Midgets. JOHN KELLY 139 Bellevue Road "lack"-Kelburger . . . "There I was" . . . Butch's other half . . . Dummy hanger . . . W. T. P., 1, 2, V. P., 3. Football, 2, 33 Winter Track, 2, 33 Baseball, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2g Dance Committee, 3. we 153.6 1, 2, 3g Boys' State Alternate, 2. BARBARA JOHNSON 153 Fayette Street "Barb"-Those eyes . . . Tunafish sandwiches . . . Mutfet . . . Love that piano player . . . Sunday night fun. Bowling Club, lg Nurses' Career Club, 13 Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 33 Dance Committee, 2, 33 Home Room Representative, 2, 3. JIM JONES 9 Elm Avenue "Quaker"-Hi, gang! . . . Quaker- town smile . . . Joe the pigskin . . . Dig that cozy Olds. Student Council, President, 33 Stu- dent Leader, 33 Football, 33 Basket- ball, 2, 33 Tennis, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 3. 19' 3x3fZsi V- 5 . it it Gettin at the square root 0 things in Tri . , ,Ti .IOHNATHAN KELLY 111 Lansdowne Street STEPHEN L. KENNEDY 15 Piermont Street .lv "Jack"-c. 1. fr. W., 1, 2, 3 . . . "steve"-spfged shift . . . "sure 'W'- "Don't push, Murph" . . . "What's she does" . . . "How's Kathy?" . . . that?" . . . That island salt-marsh air. Souped up six . . . "Street wet?" Baseball, 3, Glee Club, 3g Intramural Basket- RICHARD KIERMAN 198 Beach Street ball, 2, 33 Winter Track, 33 History Club fSecretaryJ 23 Athletic Club, 13 Spring Track, 3. RITA ANN KINSHERF 80 Atlantic Street 49 "Red"--Introvert . . . Hot Ford "Reet"-"Yessss" . . . "I get it" Aa . . . Supreme's vegetable man . . . . . . Choooo . . . "Hi E. and M." . . . I Richard's. "Kid, I guess" . . . Ramshackle shack. ' . ' Girls' Club, Executive Board, 33 'Q 1 Girls' Sports, 3. - vf x ' " . N 1 .',"3 Q 'if'-lp P 1 "!f."'gl grill t :Auf 'G' " ' ...az 1- .Aiwa 1 at .:3.' . Ny ,:?AjH1i:f:g.:f 5' ff' ' . .'l":'. 'i'i'ff" ..:",A- A. - A 5 Un 10 Warwick Street CONSTANCE LINNETT 365 Highland Avenue "Connie"--"Daddy-o-duckcut" . . . "Ya know!" . . . Real gone, man- All the way to Wellesley. Girls' Club, 3g Bowling Club, 1, 2g Basketball, 13 Library Staff, 13 Honor Roll, I. DENISE C. LUCY 86 Norfolk Street "Dee"-Dennis the menace . . . Skee trail . . . North Star deadline? . . . "You are my sunshine." Library Staff, 13 Bowling Club, 23 North Star, 2, Advertising Manager, 3g Girls' Sports, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Manet, 3. PATRICIA KLIER 46 Monmouth Street "Tishy"-Fords . . . U. of Mass. . . Deb . S. Y. C .... Claire . . . Nice, huh! Dance Committee, 13 Nurses' Career Club, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Girls' Sports, 3. GRACE LAURIA 368 West Squantum Street "Bunny"--Gracetrack . . . l-4-3-T . . . Rear Window . . . B. B. C.- Treasurer . . . Home to the hills . . . Only three left. TriH-i-Y, 2, 3g Girls' Club, 33 Dance Committee, 1. TRISTAN NEWELL LEAVITT MARY C. LEWIS 8 Webster Street ll Billings Street "Tris"-"Have no fear, big Tris "Maya"-Strapper . . . L. P. on is here!" . . . Tuba blower. the Q. T .... "My mother says' . . . Band, 1, 2, 3. LOUISA LIPSETT "Lou"-Letters from Malden . . . Richard's . . . The brush olf . . . Shook up. Library Staff, lg Girls' Sports, 13 North Star, I, 2, 33 Bowling Club, 2, Vice President, 33 Girls Club, Execu- tive Board, 33 Prom Committee, 3. PATRICIA A. LUNDY l4l Beale Street "Pat"-l-4-3-B . . . "Little Lun" . . . Spirit of "79" . . . Tide's in ...H. and S. Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 33 Prom Usher, 2g Graduation Usher, 23 Girls' Club, Executive Board, 33 Spanish Club fSecretaryJ 23 Dance Committee, lg Prom Committee, 3. Madonna . . . Megaphone mob. Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Prom Committee, 3. as L gt ly ,A DAVE MAINWARING 54 Weston Avenue "Take it easy' . . . "Don't get shook' . . . Sailing, sailing over the bounding main. M. P. O. C., 1, 2. CE CILE A. MARELLA 231 Newport Avenue "Ce Ce"- C'mon, let's hear it, kids . . . Louise's other half . . . 1-4-3 P. J. . . . Where's Pat? Cheerleader, 1, 2, Head, 3g Dance Committee, 1, 23 TriH-i-Y, 2, Vice President 33 Prom Usher, 23 Gradua- tion Usher, 2, Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3g Prom Committee, 3. .- 3 x RICHARD L. MacDONALD T8 Freeman Street "Dick"-Western songs . . . "One of Mel's boys" . . . Carries a big stick . . . "Freeman's gang." Basketball, 13 Baseball, 1, 2, 33 Glee Club, 3. .l OAN MacKENZIE 59 Pleasant Street "Ioansie" -- Pizza at the Roman Gardens . . . Waiting for the mail man . . . "I don't know." Graduation Usher, 23 Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3. THOMAS A. MAJENSKI 221 Hollis Avenue "Tom"-8Quietl Look again!" . Dinty 10th, llth . . . 'iCars" . "Southie's" my home town . . . 1. L.'Si IRIS MARTIN 41 Russell Street "Money-honey" . . . Flying low . . Green Studie . . . "Tres chic" . . Hon. 1 . . . Secret love. Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee, 2, 33 Graduation Usher, 2g Student Council, 33 Girls' Club, Executive Board, 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 3g Manet, 33 Honor Roll, 23 Prom Com- mittee, 3. N MARY LOU MARTIN 25 Vane Street "F. B. P."--"O'Booy" . . . Gee, 1'm starved . . . Curb Club . . . "Slow down' . . . This way to North. Library Staff, 1, 2, President 33 Girls' Club, 33 Manet, 3- .IOHX McAULIFF E 30 Conant Road "Time Pop" . . . Friday nights up the Wolly . . . Behind the eight ball. Glee Club, 3. 28 W. RAE MacDONALD 57 Wedgewood Street Little Ra-Ra . . . 'The Nearness of You" . . . The "Chariot" . . . Fried clams . . . B. U .... R-18-1. Glee Club, 3. EDMUND M. MacQUARRIE, JR. 164 Farrington Street "Mac"-Refugee from Southie . . . Slim Whitman's Buddy . . . Hayloft Jamboree . . . Pizza at the Inn. f ., P 5 .' I JAMES McALEER 123 Hamden Circle "Jim"-"Furniture on wheels' . . . Come on, pile in . . . Dancing, danc- ing . . . "Norfolk Downs." WALTER McCARTHY 2 Sterling Street "Mucka"-"Montclair boy' . . . Boats, D. Y. C .... Fridays, Satur- days in Atlantic . . . 'One of the gliders." Hockey, 1, 2, 33 Prom Usher, 23 Home Room Representative, 33 Stu- dent Leader, 3. U 'I ROBERT McCUIN 10 Newhall Street "Mae"-"Take a break, will ya?" , , , "Wella! We-lla!" . . . You're not too tough . . . "NIoneybags." Football, I3 Senior Student Coun- cil, l, 23 Baseball, 1, 2, 33 Graduation Usher, 23 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee, 33 Senior Class Treasurer, 3. JAMES MCCORMICK ll Ellington Road "Jim"-"Mel's boy" . . . Sunday breakfast at .lanc's . . . Legion ball- player . . . "Got a smoke, Juge?" Basketball, 13 Hi-Y, 2g History Club, 2. fi W 4. J ACQUELYN L. McGAW 35 Channing Street "Iackye"-Indispensable-Veep . . . Handy with the scissors . . . Cellar dance committee meetings . . . Hon 4. Teachers' Career Club, 1, President, 2, 33 Drill Team, 2g Drum Majorette, 33 Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 33 Bowling Club, 2, 33 Dance Committee, 2, 3: Girls' Club, Vice President 33 Manet, 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 3g Prom Committee, 33 Graduation Usher, 2g Prom Usher, 2. ROBERT McGUIRE 27 Freeman Street "Bob"-Who's the worm? , . . Biggest splash at the quarries . . . One of the most Supreme . . . Black- -jack. P' is DAVID .l. MCGUIRK 8 Blackwell Street "Dave"-A license in two and a half . . . "Gee" . . . Gab with your M.D. ., ---- v I . .fvfw fwfr- - , f.,,. , . N." , . .4-.,-- -t . PETER McNALLY 53 Vane Street "Sneaky Pete"-A Yankee in Bos- ton . . . "You still out of here?" ...B.F.intheS.O. History Club, 2. BEVERLY ANN MCHOIQL 35 Myrtle Street "Bum"- Uh, just to grow one more inch . . . "Blondes Prefer Gentlemen" . . . "Homework Blues." Bowling Club, 13 Girls' Club, 3. WTLLIANI lNIcSW'EENEY 336 Atlantic Street "Bill"-Red pajama game . . . Real gone platter . . . "See ya" . . . John- son's 28 Spot. Student Leader, 2, 3: Cross Coun- try, 1, 2, 3: Winter Track, l, 2, 33 Spring Track, l, 2, 3. Mechanical Drawin . . . desi ns for the future -Q- TR " l- GERALD MELANSON 15 Rutbven Street F: 5 "Jerry"-Smokin' bot 'S-11" . Fly Boy . . . Big Frank's boy . "There stands a glass." 4 A . X I. A ' f L l , WILLIAM MENSLAGE Il Walnut Street L. 0. T. W .... Screen Scanning Tbumbin' off for Maine. Treasurer 3. ELIZABETH M. BIESSIAS WALTER MILES 42 Billings Street 166 Harriet Avenue "Betty" - 'iApple a day" . . . "Shorty"-Mn Basketball of 1969 "You're awful!" . . . Last minute . . . Dad's car?? . . . One of the everything. Web's men. Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3, Tri- Student Leader, 33 Basketball, 2, 3. Hi-Y, 3. CLIFFORD A. MILLER, JR. 32 Channing Street "Sonny"-Lighming riders M. C. . . . "Sue's influence" . . . Pizza puss . . . s'Little Duke" . . . Real gone M'cycle. PATRICIA MILLS 452 Hancock Street "Pat"-Summers at Manomet . . . Football Practice . . . Cough drops . . . Registered check, Sir?" . . . D. W. F. A. Manet, 3g Girls' Club, 3. 'Avi-we -44" "Bill"-All the cool waxings . . Football, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, PETER MELVIN 24 Huckins Avenue "Gus" - Tower Painter, l, 2, fPres.l 3 . . . A Harvard man . . . "Frigbtful" sticks up for you . . . Lunkbead. Winter Track, 2, 3g Spring Track, 2, 3g Student Leader, 3g Football, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Gradua- tion Usher, 2. JANICE MERRILL 53 Woodbine Street "Ian"-"My Heart belongs to Dad- . . dy" . . . 6'Crisco" . . . uArmy Blanket' . . . '5Sbo0k up" . . . Caramel wrapper. 2, Student Council, 1: Dance Commit- tee, 1, 2g Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3: Receptionist, 2: Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Home Room Representative, 2, 3, Bowling Club, lg Prom Committee, 3. Hats off! . . but sombreros on . . to the Spanish III class JOHN B. MORAN 226 No. Central Avenue "Juke"-Puck pushing in the wee hours . . . Cribbage? . . . "Till Then" . . . Pickle Packer . . . "Huh!!" Baseball, I, 2, 3: Hockey, l, 2, 3: Football, I: ,Iunior Class President, 2: Dance Conimittee, l, 2, 3: Hi-Y, 2: Graduation Usher, 2, Prom Usher, 2: Prom Committee, 3. BEVERLY A. MOULTON 73 Taylor Street MARJORIE MORRIS l03 Russell Street "Margie"-VV:-'re always thinking of you . . . Rembrant's assistant . . . Fancy lfrostings . . . Hon 3. National Honor Society, 2, 3: Teachers' Career Club, 3: Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3: Student Coun- eil, 3: Sketeh Club, 2: Girls' Sports, I, 2, 3: Honor Roll, I: High Honor Roll, 2: Library Book Reeommendation Staff, lg Manet, 3: Tri-Hi-Y, 3. JOHN E. MOULTON l09 Hillside Avenue Dance Committee, 2, 3: "Been-Navy blue Fords . . . Vive One of fuzz-top's boys . . . Prexy la France! . . . Those Sunday nights gets a bullseye . . . There he goes. at Maria's! . . . Hon 9. Cross Country, 1, 2, 3: Winter National Honor Society, 2, 3: Bowl- Track, l, 2, 3g Spring Track, 1, 2, 3: ing Club, I, 2, 3: Glee Club, 1, 3: Rifle Club, l,2, President 3. Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Dance Committee, 3: Honor Roll, 1, 2: Nurses' Career Club, l, 2: Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3: Manet, 3. EMILY A. NEVILLE 39 Berlin Street "It's Three o'clock in the Morn- ing" . . . Iceland . . . "Little Nibs" . . . Que veut dire? Library Staff, lg Nurses Career Club, 2,,Secretary 3: Dance Com- mittee, 3: Girls' Club, 3: Manet, 3: Honor Roll, 2. GILBERT KENNETH NICKERSON 80 Newbury Avenue "Rams"-One of Doc's boys . lt's a ba-, . . . lt's kidtly time . Gooky. Baseball, I, 3. ffl? .1 N EDWARD R. NICHOLAS "Ted"-Workout at 3:00 . . .Cute feet . . . Supreme man? .... A nother PAUL THOMAS MURPHY 111 Hollis Avenue "Muff" - Order of English - ACP -Wait a minute . . . Whale . . . You know it . . . CAB. Hi-Y, 2. THOMAS S. N AREKIAN 32 Piermont Street "Tom"-Ya got a prayer . . . "Toni" or "Prom"? . . . Oh, she's nieel . . . One love. History Club, Vice President 2: Baseball, 1, 3: Student Council, 3: National Honor Society, 2, 3: Honor Roll, l, 2: Rifle Club, 1: Glee Club 3. -,r az' - 47 Freeman Street Freeman man . . . shmoe. PAUL S. NORTON 28 Carle Road Stella .... A irplanes, airplanes, air- planes . . . Columbia circle on Sat- urday night . . . Sam's .... ' Xirborne Saturdays. Cross Country, 3: Winter Track, 2: Spring Track 2: Rifle Club, 2, 3: Nl. P. O. C., l. 31 MARSHALL MYERS 31 Willow Avenue Raeonteur . . . Romaneer . . . Financier . . . Man about schools. MARGARET M. NEE 46 Holmes Street "Margie"-Deb . . . .lack . . Crew cut: . . . Heis n-i-e-ell . . . A letter a clay . . . any gum?? Dance Committee, 1: Receptionist 3: Girls' Club, 3. ape. J ARTHUR OLSON 20 Woodbriar Road "Art"-All about Eve . . . One of the Supreme boys . . . Ginette a Paris. Sketch Club, 3. CHRISTINE PAGE 238 Newbury Avenue "Chris"-Strikette . . . Football practice . . . Bubbles . . . Beantown summer . . . Pete and Repeat . . . Loquacious . . . Problems. Library Staff, 13 Girls' Club, 33 Manet, 33 Bowling Club, 1, 2, 33 Graduation Usher, 2. SYLVESTER PARKER JOHN PARONICH 113 Atlantic Street 168 West Elm Avenue "Pussy Cat"-The old salt . . "Poney"-Big John . . . Ma always S. Y. C .... You big ginney . . . walks . . . Ace . . . You limey . . . Those Marblehead nights! . . . Yo-yo. El Capone . . . Leopard skin. H. TERRENCE O'ROURKE 273 Billings Road "Terry"-Shane . . . 88 . . . Picture of Health . . . Work by candlelight . . . Is that right??!! Dance Committee, 23 Home Room Representative, 2, 33 Prom Usher, 23 Graduation Usher, 23 Student Leader, 2, 33 Prom Committee, 3. MARILYN I. PALMER 55 Elliot Avenue V Till25...Swede...Hon2... Open house . . . Hot pretzels . . . Tip-top twirler. Drill Team 1, Head 33 Drum Major- ette, 33 Secretary of Girls' Club, 3g National Honor Society, 2, Vice Presi- dent, 33 Manet, 33 Prom Committee, 33 Dance Committee, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3g Nurses' Career Club, 2, Pres., 3. Athletic Club, 1. DICK PATTERSON PETER C. PAULSEN 215 Hobart Street 199 Billings Road "Rech"-Hot Chevey! . . . Math "Pete"-Baker's Dude Ranch after the hard way . . . Supreme man? seven . . . "I don't know, Dad" . . . . . . Wretch . . . Saturday night. Warm"54" Olds. Athletic Club, 1, 23 .VXA- Football, 2. Band, 1, 2, 3. I rf . 75 K., 'fl A ,Xi - r 1 1, ,.,".iAA D , .t VINCENT PENZO 48 Appleton Street "Ox"-Gridiron hero . . . Big Vin, the fruit man . . . Joanie at the Alhambra. Football, 1, 2, Co-Captain, 33 Prom Committee, 3g Basketball, 1, 23 Hi-Y, 2, 33 Dance Committee, 1, 23 Home- room Representative, 2, 33 Track, 1. KARIN N. PINT 96 Cummings Avenue NANCY PHILLIPS 109 Gridley Street "Nan"-Giant of 413 . . . "Tech- nical foul, kids" . . . "No comments from the peanut gallery." Sketch Club, 2, 33 Referee of Girls' Basketball, 2, 3g Library Staff, 2g Glee Club, 33 Radio-T.V. Club, 3. WILLIAM R. PITTS 188 Atlantic Street -wg? ,I Stones at four . . . "Hey, Joe" . . . "Wilbur"-Doctor Bill - - - Hi Dennisport Daredevil . . . "Why" . . . .1-18 . . . Spaghetti. Prom Committee, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Nurses' Career Club, 3. Cap . . . No more jerseys? . . . After the spaghetti supper. Prom Committee, 33 Dance Com- mittee, 1, 2, 33 Football fManagerJ, 2, 33 Manet, 33 Business Manager of Girls' Club Show' Hockey Manager, :pix , U A 32 33 Graduation Usher, 2. s 'X .. I . Q ,H -1'-3 J, -. .fx--mfs, iz hir? 3 Gi f . ' wa' 31:1 vxggg- - Q fa f Q- i'f: 'G-ff ii liiif is 1" 'ff ..5 3 -, I ..-- Q x , ashes '-I -24 is . FRANCIS PLANTE 62 Freeman Street "Fran"-Hayloft Jamboree . . . Sid . . . Derbs . . . Hawk . . . Plymouth where the roek is . . . Suedes. Dance Committee, 2: Hi-Y, 2. JOHN PRATT l22 Taylor Street S25 on white . . . Two-ear man . . . Marshfield all hours .... -X bit shy. Hi-Y, 2: Rifle Club, 2, 33 Wrestling Team, 2: Graduation Usher, 2g His- tory Club, 2. Q... The gym class sees the world upside down CAROLINE E. PRATT 30 Harbor View Street "Chi1'kie" - "Tin-re-fore, rouse quently" . . . "Block, please" . . l2:l3 ferry . . . "Sure" . . . Centle men prefer them . . . l--l-3-AT. l'rom Committee, 3: Cirls' Club Exerutive Board, 3: Student iitlllll 1-il, 23 Tri-Hi-Y. 2, 33 IIt't'l'llllUlllSI 2, 33 Sketeh Club, 2: Drill 'l'eam, l CYNTHIA J. PUTMAN T3 Conant Road "Cindy"-Blue liord . . . "Any new re1'ords?" . . . Ballroom bane . . He good. Girls' Sports, I, 2, 3: Teaehers' Career Club, l, 2, 3g National Honor Society, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Nlanet, 3g Drill Team, 2: Drum Nlajorette, 3: Girls' Club, 33 Radio-T.V. Club, 2, 33 History Club, 2: Biology Club, lg Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA REGAN ALBILRT Rlt HARD'-ON 282 Atlantic Street 1 Trey ore Stn et "Put"-Mornin' . . . Pina ow are uu it d or "Guess what my nephew did? :au Squad man "Sh-Boom" . . . Chevic hate to han to punrll ya Patrivk. e flub 2 3 Athletic f ur Cirls' Club, 3. Spam h I lub 7 I raduatlon I her 7 .,s NANCY ROGHAAR INA J RL C-NELI 141 Hollis Avenue 79 Newbury Strut "Nan"-Boots and saddle Rusty Figurt ei ht it Dorchester importation . Forty mg riding rndm You know horses . . . On Skates. ' T at re l teorge Girls' Club, 3. 1 n lu I CHARLES H. SHAW 228 Farrington Street "Chuck" - Not too cool . PAUL M. SMITH 19 Acton Street "Bombie"-Columbia Project . JOHN J. SHEEDY 244 Quincy Shore Boulevard . . "jack"-"Whats this bit?" . . . Steam baths . . . Malihou . . . NLP. BEVERLY JEAN SNOW JANE RYAN 32 Eustis Street "Tubby"'-"Anchors aweigh' . . . f'Till then" . . . Tops in Tri . . . "lf I didn't care" . . . l-4-3-M. Prom Committee. 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 2. Pres., 3: Student Council, Secretary, 3: Dance Committee, l, 2. 3g Cheer- leader, 3: Girls' Club, 3g Home Room Representative, 2, 3, Graduation Usher, 2. ROSALYN S. SCUDDER 91 Tyler Street "Ronnie"-"Stardust" . . . "Time waits for no one" . . . "Thimble happy" . . . Donna's sister . . . Bates 68 99 . . . Pres. Prom Committee, 3: Girls' Club, Pres.. 3: Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 33 Vice Presi- dent of Junior Classg Drill Team, 2: Drum Majorette, 3g Glee Club, 1, 2, 3g Prom Usher, 25 Teachers' Career Club, 2, 33 Graduation Usher, 2. Hmmmmmf Roast pork . . . Man! Cross Country, lg Spring Track, 2. 3. . . . P.l. Hi-Y. 2, 3: Baseball, 1, 3g Prom Committee, 3. 316 Billings Road . . "Bern-2-18 . . . Canadian fond- Steam baths . . . Don't press the kid ness . . . Laughing's contagious . . . . . . Pembroke . . . 3I.P. lt's a goal . . . "Not reallyu . . . Baseball, 1, 3. Candles. E THOVIAS ROY SAULNIER "Coon Korner kid clammln time Chuk chuck chick lsland whiff ROBERT C SEW ELL "Seue3 Leatherneck Morgan buddy Green Pontiac . . . Pogex bait kid Baseball l H Y 2 Dance Committee 1 Girls' Club, 33 Nurses' Career The Engllsh class lS enraptured as Shakespeare is expounded WILLIAM D. SPOONER 227 Fayette Street "Spun"- Webster Street . . . Legion boy . . . Love to! . . . Vitamins . . . U.S.M.C .... Waterxiielon. Baseball, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, 33 Hockey, 33 Prom Committee, 33 Student Lead- ers' Corps, 33 Dance Committee, I. BARBARA JANE STEVENS 43 Holyoke Street "Stevie"-Those Saturday nights at Maria's . . . Hon 5 . . . Sunny and sparkling . . . Busy bee . . . "Tary." Secretary of Senior Classg Prom Committee, 33 National Honor So- ciety, 2, 33 Girls' Club, Executive Board 3g Dance Committee, 33 Tri- Hi-Y, 3g Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Bowling Club, 2, 33 Graduation Marshal, 2. I fS?"5 'f JOAN TRAVERS 43 Hilma Street "Joanie"-Import from the other side . . . Pajama parties . . . Go, go, go . . . Apple cravings. Girls' Club, 3g Bowling Club, 2g Manet, 3. I PHILIP W. TURNOR 105 Norfolk Street THOMAS SPRING 107 Wiaterston Avenue "Tom"-"Springum" . . . No more whcels . . . Dad bought a Chrysler . . . "Tiger" . . . But carrot tops are green. PAULINE LEE STOFFEL 51 Colby Road "Polly" - "That's just George - George all the way" . . . Barrel ol' Laughs. Girls' Club, 3. BARBARA STONE 108 Oxenbridge Road "Babbie"-"I'm not saying a word" . . . The men of Boston . . . 47 Fluid Drive . . . Lady cop. NANCY TABOR 126 Bromfield Street "None"-What a hunc . . . Out- siders . . . '53 Nash . . . Bill . . . Oh, that pizza . . . Richard's . . . Love that orange. Girls' Club, 3. EDWARD TRUDEAU 168 Standish Road "Ed"-"Have you seen any around?" . . . W. T. P., l, 2, Sec., 3 . . . Dummy Hangers. Football, 2, 33 Prom Committee, 33 Wrestling Club, 2, 3g Tumbling, 2, 33 Student Leaders' Corps, 33 Hi-Y, 33 Tennis, 2, 33 Hockey, 3. JOAN VALLEE 24 Andrews Road "Phil"-"Hi ya, I-larry" , , , Om- "jounnie"-"Dig those crazy mixed of the Demo men . , , Curly . , . up Juniors" . . . liondness for Ykcbs. I". N. crew boy. Girls' Club, 33 Girls' Bowling Club, 33 Library Staff, 2. I 1 FRED STROBEL 18 Holyoke Street "Fred"-Come on --peel will ya! . . . Gas pump, Strobe . . . llr Meaney's little "Nlerc." Spring Track, l, 2, 33 Winter Track. 2g Cross Country, 2, 3, Honor Roll. 2. BARBARA LEE THOMSON 18 Herbert Road "Bobs" - Those Richard? Twin- burgers are the most! . . . All-around sport. Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3: Dance Committee, 3: North Star, l, 2, 3: Bowling Club, 2, 3: Reception- ist, 33 Library Staff, 13 Honor Boll, l, 23 Oflice Worker, 2. ,gt intel ...., RICHARD C. WATTERSON 'R ' JOANNE VanBIBBER 139 Fayette Street "Jo"-Navy vs. Army . . . Red?? . . . Curls on top . . . Pizza anywhere . . . O Johnny! Girls' Club, 3, Manet, 3. JOHN D. WALTY 21 French Street "Waldo"-One of the ball brothers . . . "Com'ere" . . . Gung-Ho . . . Off with Bake's boys. Manet, 3. JOSEPH WHELAN KATHLEEN WALLACE 39 Standish Avenue "Druggy"-Bob's gal . . . Argu- ments . . . "He's down the Clam House" . . . Tune in W.M.E.X. Girls' Club, 3. DAVID A. WARRINER 53 Ellington Road "Dave"-"So's your face" . . . Eight in a coupe . . . Anchors Aweigh . . . Ray's gas pumper. Football, 1, 2, 33 Dance Commit- tee, 13. ' 18 Tirrell Street "Dick"-Holy Cow . . . The gun's 74 Henry Street for protection? . . . Artistically in- clined . . . Liberace . . . Leaky. "Joe"-"What a riot" . . . High altitude . . . Web man . . . Louvre- bound. Sketch Club, 1, 2, 3, Radio Club, Sketch Club, 1, 2, 33 Tennis, 2, 3, 2, Pres., 3g 'Glee Club, 3g Band, 1, 2, 3g Cross Country, 2g Winter Track, 1. Glee Club, 3g Manet lArt Editorj, 3. GERALD J. WHITE DEANE WHITNEY 55 Hamilton Avenue "Jerry"-Watermelon . . . Pete's T8 Ardell Street "Rant" "Sto it" Whit . . . Speed shifter? . . . The Montclair men, again. E- . eg. 1 .' ,Q f X e - .Y 1323172 V T-1 'f.i"f ' a3.faf, -. '-" .fa ', ffjyfg ' cz. 'Wiz' . .1:El.f ff" - p . . . . . . "lt hurtsl' . . . Stude cowboy . . . Yoo Hoo, Henry. Hockey, 2, 33 Motion Picture Op- erators Club, 1, 2, 3. if PARKER I. WILLIAMS 34 Prospect Street "Parks"-Haverhill-headed . . . lt's an Oldsmobile? . . . Dish-washing for "rush" money . . . Change-of- room slip. Manet, 3g Cross Country, lg His- tory Club, 2. PHILIP W. WOLFE 36 Berlin Street "Phil"-Pizza . . . "Hot" Chev . . . One of Mel's boys . . . Loafers . . . Is a. NANCY SHERRILL WILSON 17 Granger Street "Sherry"-"Oh, isn't he cute!" . . . Straighten up . . . Sherry pie . . Shine your shoes. Tri-Hi-Y, 33 Girls' Club, 35 Home Room Representative, 33 Basketball, 1. NORMAN D. YOUNG 25 Wedgewood Street "Norm"-'05 and corridors . . . Go, go, Chief . . . "Tremendous" ...W.T.P.,1,2,Treas.3...ln some day . . . "XM . . . Loose . . . Ply. Manet Editor-in-Chief, 3: Prom Committee, 3, National Honor S0- ciety, 2. Pres., 33 Home Room Repre- sentative, 3g Intramural Basketball, 36 2, 33 Honor Roll, l, 2g Boys' Statc fAlternatel, 2. JOHN YOUNGWORTH 29 Standish Road "Jack"-A date with Judi . . . Tuesday nights in dress blues . . . Hot?? Stude. Winter Track, l, 2, 3: Student Leaders' Corps, 33 Cross Country, lg Spring Track, l. JEAN FLORENCE ZANNINI 64 Conant Road "Jeanie"-The quiet one . . . "Hi- ya" . . . French fries and Pizza . . . Wolly Fridaysg Jordan's Saturdays. Girls' Club, 33 Library Staff, lg Manet, 3. MARY E. YOUNCWORTH 44 Aberdeen Road "Mimi"-"Know what I mean? . . . 12:15 ft-fry . . . 1.4.3-li . . . Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes . . . Whitc?? De-Soto. Girls' Club, Executive Board, 3: Prom Committee, 3g Teachers' Career Club, l, 2, Secretary 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3g Clee Club, 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee, 23 Spanish Club, 2g Librurv Recommendation Staff, 2. LEO F. ZSCHAU 232 Hollis Avenue Flattest of the Five Flats . . . Sail- ing, sailing . . . Lives at 21 Hovey St. . . . Case. Home Room Representative, 2g Cross Country, 3. Camera h BARBARA LEE ELLER MARY LOUISE FOLEY 184 Pine Street 30 Beach Street "Barbie"-"Big deal" . . . Quaker "Holy Cow S 0 S Likes State . . . College Campus . . . cowboys. Romance. Girls' Club 3 Radio and TV Teachers' Career Club, 3. Club, 3. ALICE KELLEY DAVID SINCLAIR 98 Tyler Street 283 Fayette Street "Rusty"-"Ayer" . . . Here we "Sins"-Little wretch Arples come . . . Oh! Those Marines . . . kid brother Ten pm king Hey kids, let's go see Ma. Girls' Club, 3. Freehand Drawin the finishing touches addin BEST DRESSED Karin Pint, Bill Spooner BEST DANCERS 11 ,lake Moran, ,lane Ryan -A MOST BUSINESSLIKE If MOST ATHLETIC Vin Penzo, Mary Lewis Wilbur Pitts, Betty Dennison CEM eriaufs ., ' u 1 ' . 5 f ,N in f, 1 X ,....-. 4 A - . ,af CLASS INSEPARABLES MOST DEPENDABLE Frank Hurley, Bev Snow 38 Jackie McGaw, Paul Coletta FRIENDLIEST Bette Flynn, Taffy, Jim Jones CLASS AR'l'lS'I'S oe Xxvlllflilll, Margie Nlorrif MOST COURTEOUS Mary Youngworth, Jim Jones BEST LOOKING ,lean Huntcr,,lz1ck Kelly MOST LIKELY TO SIQCCEED Norm Young, Donna Condon HOST YHRF.-X'l'll,F Bvrniv lirvvalon. Bulls lfnni, X 4 I 'T 3- F-li 65 l"'1' ,.'-1 CHARACTER 'bi 1 . 11: - 1 ---t f - . 1. Q1 ' Y 1 :lla an '. ' H - .- 1- .H g. .... .- .- QQX1 1 f ' 1 . was x. Yarsity football. Our coach. Brawn and Brain As the season began it looked as though it was going to be a lean year with only two veterans, co-captains Yin Penzo and Bernie Creedon. returning. Opening with a strong Hingham team, the inexperienced Raiders fought to a 13-13 tie. The Raiders then romped over Dedham 27-6, The following week North traveled to Winchester with high spirits., but were overwhelmed 224 to T in their attempt to upset the North Shore power- house. The next week New Bedford tipped North 13 to 6 on a wet away field. Trying to rebound. the Red Raiders battled rival Milton to a muddy T-T tie. The following week the Raiders were handcuffed by a visiting Natick team 40-14. The Raiders finally bounced back beating Braintree T-0. Then came the time for the Lip the middle. big game. North, without the services of Quarterback . Paul Coletta, who had been injured at Braintree, was up for the game with its arch-rivals and battled the most powerful Quincy team in recent years to a standstill. but Quincyfs reserve strength showed itself and they downed the Raiders 18-0. How- ever. Coach Donahue held his head high. for he was the coach of "a team that did not give up when the chips were down." Two of the outstanding Raiders, Fullback Yin Penzo and Center Ed Trudeau. were selected for the South Shore All-Scholastic Team. With capable linemen in ,lack Kelly, Pat Harding. Jim Fallon. and Ed Trudeau and hard-driving backs in Yin Penzo. Bernie Creedon. Jim jones. Paul Coletta. and ,lack Crowley. this year's team was a credit to the school and the community in that its spirit never faltered. . .5 .1 ., I I -7, X Ji.. C A -H- av . ". a sag, 4, 5 '2 ,ws . ' t"': L j 4'L .,fa ' .11 - ..-4 'sfwx Penzo down to the twenty-five. Jim Jones 463' l.,'f'9! " 4- ...A Yin Pcnzu Q- 1! Q v - .. . ' 5:36 1 . fan. .. .if '- A 2 . . 9 " - 5'9" WW -in ' X - . sf - V' - d d Ed Trudeau jim Fallgn Thrown for a lo-Q Pat Harding 'ii ,lack Kelly F , , 9 ' J I ,fo Dick Flaherty Dave Warriner .lerry Gherardi Bill Menslage A 5',7'f2!'5 .X V Cai' - . C . 51? Q- l" mins "-. 5 ' '- . Al Ad3IIlS 'E'- if --fw-E' , Kvxr , . .a T --x Ralph Frazier Our Captains. .""'v"""" Kickoff I A vi- ,lack Crowley 'I Ed Coughlan Bernie breaks loose. Varsity basketball. Our coach. BASKETBALL Roll Around the Rim This year's team was built with an eye to the future-in that the nucleus was built around four juniors and a sophomore with a great deal of help being supplied by Coach Mullarkey's dependable seniors. Being a young inexperienced team, the Raiders bowed to Natick in their first game 51-39. Pressing Thayer, North stymied them and turned up the winner 74-65, with Larry Campbell, Doug Crutchfield, and ,lack Crowley showing their abilities. Then the Raiders met some stumbling blocks in losing to Arlington 40-39 and bowing to an agile Quincy team 65-40. Helped by the rebounding of Larry Campbell and the fine hall handling of Don Stevenson and Wally Rockwell, North rallied to beat their next three opponents. The Raidels knocked off Archbishop Williams 63-55, hi'0ylll0lltll 73-40, and Braintree 53-42. By doing this they kept their tourney hopes alive and vowed to avenge their earlier losses. With help from Bob Dcnsmore, Bernie Creedon, Paul Coletta, Al Adams. Bruce Fitzpatrick. and Jimmy jones. North producd a team playing a brand of basketball that upheld the standards of our name in High School Basketball circles. 45 Sure swisher. Move that ball! 1 Al Adams ll 46 Bernie Creedon Bob Walsh Larry Campbell Doug Crutchfield y Rockwell Bob Densmore XX ho 5 palmln lt. -17 ack Crowley lion SIQWPIIQUII Paul Coleltu .lim .lonvs Q 1 . ' -ev QQ 3 is ,a-fa. I , ' ,g , ' nl 2 K Q '-" . . 0 9 . T 1 S ,X 1 L ,QA If b Ig , 0 . 9 4 Q' L5 -S Q I xt I 4 I I .AQ-r -sm X 3 H21 f i " L I n- A o 1 f" F' I df ,157 sk er -E xf f 1, A - ..!, H' I Fr A f, E5 4 fxfff' 1 k.': A, .'- .1sgf44,,. -' " M -0,11 - Q ,,,, v 1 Q n I 4 .' , l H lg -,ffx i J r 4 QQ- ' ' rw 'W ' xgl ' 15'-UL! 9 0 Q -v -5 A . f 9 - 6 - K 5 v 5 1... ,' .., . c G' if fv- A ' T7 4 ' QURMQ ' 'SWB f:i,1UR,f . U i -V UUINCY Rn, ...N 4 '-'numcy' be "WY G UYHJCY Yarsity track. Only 60 to go. Jerry Varsity cross country. QRT A H ZNCY CRT LACY DNURTP cuircz- 1 UR an tl R ' DHT. I DHT? UU ,i,,,NC,? linuiwce' IIDRTP ' Umff U3 J UUINCE' TRACK Corridor Couriers Running through the battle. vaulting the fences. throw- ing the weight. bringing home victory from the field of friendly strife-endurance. stamina. agility. superiority show the remaining that our Track Team is the best. . Q H ca n H QAQAQIH Track tips. It,s all in the form. Ready for a hike awww: , ' It Uww+4iL: ' Qld f"'E'ffi,,'1' jf J' Ill? l L' l i s . bw .X 'H g' ' , f . X y , My , ,caQo,wfWu tw I 954' c .-. Varsity baseball. ii .gg N.- - 'Vi' .v ef' Our coaches. For hurlers: the curve. , ,j 1 q.4QpWW- Qfif,-1 IH ner? ,.-4' H BASEBALL 6'Play Ballfv No Breeze-batters allowed on this bat-happy ball club! The outfielders' union goes on strike when these boys refuse to strike out! Whether at home or away, they frustrate enemy pitchers with bats that break the sound barrier on every swing, and send that round white object many miles at many knots. They're a thrill to watch and a credit to the school as a whole. 5-R I , 1 A . UN illr ll ll f i is P, . XVI-ti fi ,L X. -x-. Q, ..- X 5 ,lack Kelly Y I. haf" ff. i . - - x - X ,J . ' J' s lh "9 lN'xQl ,lake Moran 4,52-fr 'GIt's tlle wrist action . . QQ., Q 's A'- I . .... -1. .3.-. " Bob McCuin Rich MacDonald Bill Spooner 55133 'f' H ll .yr - , , F131 5 ut? su., Ulf '-1 1 XS l ' ' i Bob Dean u U Mike Cahill ' ,, Q Y li I 2- N S . l-e . !. v Kg: FA, ' 19, o v : For Sluggers: the lrunt. , x 'gl I 1 -' - - V 2 I 70 I Q rf 5 , ' - I ! . Y I Bolv llnnlvr -fl GOLF HEx-Caddies" Time off to tee off is the password here! Vlfhile Down to a tee. leaving their opponents searching for lost balls in the flingweeds, tl1ey're developing lusty voices hollering MFOREW What a racket! an-n.'3:.'fli l l Fore Y l TENNIS Net Happy Here's a sport that's a combination of track and baseball, which means that these boys haven,t got an easy racket! They,re on the ball! Tennis, anyone ? aa- ---- hi---U-g F4311 . alll. I l,Q-V, he-ur it. lviflsl Q f 1 ' ' ' 5' , 7 A-ff'-J.: ' X"",5, " 'Wx w T -E-A-M ! CHEERLEADERS "Can't Hear Yap' Whether straining their vocal chords at a game l or lining up at a beauty contest, thev're winners all around! And thev've long since walked off with the title of THE PEOPLE WHO MUST BE COIDEST at the football games. Up they go! l l ,lump ball GIRLS' SPORTS The Tumult and the Shouting It may have taken Eleonora and Babe to turn the spotlight on womcn's sports, but our girls have firmly gripped that same spotlight with enviahle high scores and sportsmanship, ...- -Q. , .5 ,1-.4 .- , Q- O G 'C-nb 'f 9-- T1 fl Q BJ? rf,--.1 4, Q r-fr f" ...A....... -.x .- if SERVICE dl X ill your fault." i- . sp f -zap "' :-+f- I- ' 1,2 '. QJIVQ I y , '-. F: -E413 ' QE Y" , . X SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Academy Award Winner The drunlutic hit "Last Year at Xortlf' has drawn to a crashing climax. Our lmlfhack Bernie showed versatility in the leading role with Donna as his charming co-star. In supporting roles Barbara with pen and Bob with cash really helped put the show on the roacl. Curtain calls for all! is 'rx v L- t. Hui... 1 l0lllCfllCb Dramas MllSlC3lb the Jumor players Ed Ruth L arol Jack haxe been dCtlW6 111 them all The wax the mones has rolled lll '56 should be a wood year Maxhe ewen an Oscar' W hat do wou tllllllxly xxx 'x " xi Q rx, , N! Editorial Staff THE MANET X + Y 2 Z If you promise not to tell, W'e'll let you in on something swell. We found in the lab of 5405" A secret formula keeping the past alive Pooling their tiioughts. Hours of work -lr Hours of fun I 1955's layouts: Joe Wlielan directing. Our "SS" Jlanet, a yearbook well done. Patron Staff-Out for a buck. 1955's business duo: Burt Harris and Don Burke. Business Staff--Copy girls. Advertising Staff-High-pressure salesmen tand women! Executive Board-Year-lon planning. 50 X 'l T' This is dancing? THE GIRLS, CLUB 0 GIRLS, CLUB O Girls' Club, 0 Girls, Club, oh, what can it be? Whatever it is, it's necessary. Whether working on backboards or planning a skit, They always are busy and laughing a bit. And when it is time for the big event, The Manet Staff thinks they are heaven sent! Fuzzy-Wvuzzy Marilyn. A . fig X ' 1 i I I This is ll hippopotumus, Mary? U v 5 ff llllfirlllllls quurtvt. Chocolate drops: Flo and Put SENIOR BAND Hep Cats Here's that terrific group of jive makers whose jungle drums keep our feet tapping at every rally. They spark every football game, perform- ing at their best in all kinds of weather. One-man band. Marching musicians Raider Rockettes. Twirling 'ef ""'f-351 HEAD DRUM MAJORETTES Better Than the Best High-stepping twirlers who are way 'Laheadv of all others on the field! 64 ,yn NATI1 DNA L HON! Hi SHCI ICTY D 7 The candleholders. Who's off key? 1 l ' f Xhf If ,il Beyond the Call of lluty lha-av rlll4ll'lllF liaise- guru- the- 5l'I'Hll4l mile' unfl rrpre-will thi- 4'lnurau'lc-riwtic-F of wlmlur-liip. lvilllvr- whip. vliurau-ls-r. uml svrxiw- in lln- 4-yi-f nl' lln-ir sup:-riurs. T lf Ceniu e ' x SENIOR GLEE CLUB The Golden Th roats 'Qcala in Englisli-wllc-re do wc' hvur it? right lwrv in the if. . H. S. illIdil0I'illlll when Nortlfs golclcn throats lvl gn with thc' musical perfurinzmce lllvefill harmomzcr 'Q I 7 megan T Y ni m lflfimmgg 6' "9lvvWWTq 1 LIBRARY STAFF Bookworms' Bedlam All work and no play is fiction concerning our junior librarians. The enjoyment pro- vided at the Mothers' Tea was not all derived from books fcookbooks perhapsj. Dewey decimal daze, fathoms of files for homework help, popular magazines to "study"-all these services are familiar to any North student. 4 wks A. It keeps them busy A short time out. z , . L Y F A Q v . ii- I Y ' ..- ssazzfieaaazaeai,-N, 11 ,A 5 ' -J f- 1 , 5 - X 3 The Board of Review. LIBRARY BOOK RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE Lovers of Literature To recommend or not to recommend is the question facing the students in a round table discussion in the library. The verdict is to recommend, we hope! C . 4-LU' -X weighty problem. "And I tell you Students of the Round Table. STUDENT COUNCIL Good Government With Captain Jimmy Jones at the helm, his hearty shipmates are steered straight on the way of democracy. Heated arguments among the student councilors do not mean there's mutiny in the air. Far from it, for they're only preparing their log of such policies as our school's traffic problems and book-cover sales. 97 in It costs no more to have the very best, so North has started to prep the new crop even hefore the Teachers' Colleges complete the job by touching the "born" teachers of tomorrow with the magic wand of educational practices. Itill he fun to Ho to school. rf' TEACHERS5 CAREER CLUB Successors to the Incumbents Qseyw The new look in teachers. C' NURSES, CAREER CLUB Get Well Quick? P Being sick would be fun with such attractive nurses. However. they know their business, and, like it or not, you would soon be well. And pay to be a doctor - 1 . QQ! 1-5 ' ps 1 '.' f J' i 4, Q .JJ Ia: J 41 L ,. I A P A .5 I v . v Q , V ffl, 4 4, -f 3 - v, X- ,j,,,,.-, , V V - 1 L , ix 5 V 9 .01 :nik 'vi . SENIOR RADIO CLUB Jr. D ,fs Symphony Sid and Rosemary are their idols. and with Miss Mclionarty at the helm, we may yet have rhythm and hlues from WJDAY And if you look up some night to sec your steady on TY, don't he surprised, 'cause these go getters could do it, if anyone can! H5 C x, ll'-5? A G. C 5 ..,. "Xml . . . lhcre I wa 'I'here's good news tonight. L .y rn m .xl . --x MOTION PICTURE OPERATORS' CLUB Cinema Men Technicians on the Paramount lot or technicians at N. H. S.-both are the unsung heroes who treat their audiences to pictorial glamour gals, swash-buckling heroes., and educational docu- mentaries. QIICNSORICID 69 llgllllb. action 1 mu Fl "The pause that refreshes. CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Cheerful Combo These four are responsible for this crazy mixed-up day when you cannot believe your eyes. But wait! Remember? Itis Senior Class Day when every senior recaptures Nursery School days with teddybears, lollypops, rag dolls, and balloons, then reverts to full stature for the Manet assembly and a supper party, and finally so to bed tired but happy. Down to business. SENIOR CLASS DANCE COMMITTEE "You're Kiddin'5 They're Finished ?" Party time? No, it,s time again for a committee to prepare for another of those dreamy dances. Music on wax., cokes, streamers, and slacks combine to make the perfect atmos- phere. Decorations and food finished, so ends another evening of labor and laughter. 70 Give 'em a hand. Taking advantage of the situation. W t k ". . . and they lived happily ever after." PROM COMMITTEE Bury That Hatchet! Who has jetted us to this wonderland of delight? Our Prom Committee. Its hard work makes our danc- ing ecstatic among the blossoming cherry trees of an artistically transplanted Washington-on-the-Potomac. Let's bury the hatchet that would even threaten to cut down the cherished memory of this high light. l "fl f-..- ff A ' Eff: -:-' qj, 'Q .gs .-w. . 'i '-.. Q. 0 vii-'44 . .lil 'T' ' -K '7 4 xX g Poor Terry really looks sich KNOW, what's wrong here is , , . , 'LPlease! This is a A I serious matter l" 'A ' 'Q Y 2 3: spa' I ,Usa 1... I1 , mel ll- ,yr-:z,- , - S 01 'flu 119-We va.. 4? Extra! Extra! BIOLOGY CLUB Turtle Time 1,11 never forget the huge turtle buried in the tank, and the green snake that scared the girls, and the marathons to tl1e cafeteria for bread or lettuce for the mice. You learn big words, too, like organic sub- stances, coniferous, and terrarium-that's a small woodland world in a glass bowl. Have you ever lain on your stomach in tall grass with a pencil and paper, waiting for a bird to come flying by? Wie really saw some bird life. That's just a W'0I'Il1,S eye view of activities in the Biology Club. X X North's Stargazers. ming -0- W '--5-4'- , .2 lx' A , NORTH STAR STAFF Uut for the Big Story Lookin' up from the handle-of the Big Dipper, that is-A you see the North Star, biggest four-page scoop on "Wiho Done It!" These future cub reporters for the Ledger give us prevues and revues of whatis doing at North. Itis the special school newspaper that features sports and SOCi'.l activities. This is one star that you can see in the day mme. 5 I x X 'Tc - -at .. - ,-,g :hh ' I :JP X.. From the amoeba to man. L V "You can't miss it." X A cheerful hello. RECEPTIONTSTS Welcome, Travelers! North Quincy's watch dogs-Guardian angels to bewildered outsiders--What's the password? w STUDENT LEADERS' CLUB Push-up Party Any Monday or Friday homeroom period the Leaders are missing'-where? In the B.M. room, tumbling and teaching gym in general! No chance of crashing this party! Anybody for chin-ups? 73 Tumbling terrors. L Exercise made easy W ,..,,.-- Rembrandts all. BOWLING CLUB Alley Cats Howls re-echo Monday night at the Downs' Alleys. You don't need nine lives to get in on the high scores and high excitement, so drop in any time and watch the pins fly. SKETCH CLUB "Young" Master Painters Take a bucket of paint, a shedding old paint- brush, and a piece of paper larger than a sheet, give them to the sketch club and you'll get an enchanting back drop for the Christmas or Thanksgiving assembly. Every year these embryo masters come through with scenery which always seems even better than last year's! An extra practice session. Strikettes. 'TS 2,1 .fi RIFLE CLUB Pot Shots The Army Rifle Ranges have nothing on us, for with one-hundred-per-cent sharpshooters at North the boys in the pits never have had to wave Maggie's drawers. It ain't fair-no boys allowed. . l' .- Q .'4 ,. '1 . ,I -1 , , A friendly discussion. .4 1 fa, J I N5 .Q :: lleudeyes. no f. -r Q is N L11 , TRI-HI-Y Women in .-Ivtion xxllll llllill-XNAIXI' form- ilu- our-mln of ilu' 'llri Girls sum-ps into lmppy nun plvlinn: llc-al hvaitlu-r Ivruja-vl-, vom munity svrxivvs. and vluilrl-.ulnpliun l'l'SIlUIlFllllllll!'5. lint Ilia' girl- lvl Ilivir liaur flown loo. ltxvr sit in vu um- ol tlwir rollicking song lim'-Isl' N n. 1-nn. af-yy-uv-Q., l. , Q ll 51 A, ffl' CUMMUNITY SPIRIT 2 55: 1 People are always running into something new and different every day, they say, and I certainly found this to be true when I started working on our yearbook. I just shudder to think what The Manet would have looked like without John Hofferty, faculty advisor in name, but much more than that in reality, by far the hardest worker on the bookg Mr. Bleiler, who gave over and above the call of duty, by giving us many excellent ideas besides his usual fine photographic work, and Mr. Moore, who kept us going between school and press. Experience, in the form of these three men, certainly was the best teacher. The book's great money-making team, Burt Harris and Don Burke, co-business managers, and its design genius, Joe Whelan., join me in paying tribute to these men and also in thanking Miss Morrison and Miss Mullaney for their ready, willing, and efficient help, all the girls who typed out the copy in double- quick time, and everyone who worked on The Mane! in any way. Most of us of the Class of 1955 will hold on to our Manets until either they or we fall apart, and every now and then look back to remember what life was like in our senior year in North Quincy High School. What fun it will be at such times to recapture the fountain of youth! Norman Young Edifmn-Chief .70 ULU' .fdcfuerfiaera ana! pafrond ang, any jAanL5 I 78 v MISS SUSAN ABBE MR. CHARLES R. ABBOTT MR. WILLIAM ABBOTT MRS. MARK ABELSON MISS JEANNE ACKER MRS. ARTHUR ADAMS MISS JANET ADAMS. '54 MISS JOAN ADAMS. '54 MR. AND MRS. PERCY A. ADAMS MRS. ROSS AJEMIAN MR. HERBERT J. ANDERSON MISS PATRICIA ANDREWS DR. AND MRS. THOMAS ANGLEM MR. MR. MR. A. COl.I'IT'I'A I-'RANK COLLINI-I JAMES CONDON MRS. JAMES R. CONDON MR. J. R. CONDON MISS MARION M. CONDON. 'Sl MISS NANCY CONDON M RS. GERAI.D COOK MISS MAUREEN COOK MRS. I.. C. CORNINA MRS. HARRY N. CRAIG MRS. MARY CRAIGIER MRS. P. CREEDON MR. I.I-ION S. GIBSON. JR. MR. AND MRS. PAUL A. GIFFORD MR. AND MRS. SALVATORE GIGLIO MRS. GII.l.IfI'lATIII'IR M R. JOSEPH GIl.I. MISS MRS. M RS. MRS. MR. JANET GILMARTIN. '54 JOSEPH GILMARTIN ELLEN E. GILMARTIN ELLEN E. GOEPPNER AND MRS. PAUL GOLDEN MR. AND MRS. CHARLES GOODALE MRS. MRS. GEORGE II. GOWARD EDWARD GRACE MISS MR. MR. MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG. JR. CHARLES ASHLAND AND MRS. CHARLES ASHLEY P. F. C. FREDERICK B. AYRES MRS. RAYMOND S. BALCH MRS. WINNIFRED E. BAKER MRS. NICHOLS BARBALORA MARION LEE BARKER MR. VINCENT A. CRISTIANI MR. FRANK W. CROSSLEY MISS ELIZABETH CROUMEY MR. JOHN P. CROWLEY MR. AND MRS. RICHARD CUMMINGS MR. JOSEP CURRAN MR. I-'RANK CURRY MR. LAWRENCE CURTIS MRS. JOIIN I-'. GRAHAM MISS PAIQLINE I-I GRAY MISS ANNA GRIMSHAW MRS. FREDERICK GRIMSHAW MRS. THOMAS GRIMSHAW MR. CHARLES H. GROCOTT, SR. MR. THOMAS J. GUNNING MRS. WILLIAM GUSTAFSON MR. DANIEL HAFF, '54 MR. WILLIAM BARRON MR. AND MRS. IRVING M. BARROWS MISS FRANCES BARRY MR. AND MRS. JOHN M. BARRY MISS JUDITH BARRY MR. RICHARD B. BARRY MR. GEORGE J. BASS MR. AND MRS. SIDNEY BAUMBER MR. EDWIN J. 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AND MRS. CHARLES DENNISON MISS HELEN DENNISON. 'SI MR. EDWARD A. DENSMORE, '54 MR. AND MRS. EDWARD A. DENSMORE MR. AND MRS. RICHARD S. DEVLIN MR. ROBERT E. DEVLIN MR. E. DIXON MR. AND MRS. ANCEL DOANE MISS JOAN DOHERTY, '53 MRS. JAMES DOLAN MISS NANCY DOLAN MR. JAMES DONAGHEY MRS. JOSEPH DONAHUE MR. DANIEL DONOVAN MISS MARJORIE DONOVAN, '54 MR. AND MRS. LEWIS DOTEN MRS. R. DOUCETTE MRS. CATHERINE DRAKE MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS DRAKE MISS MARION DRAKE MRS. JOHN F. DUANE MR. AND MRS. JOHN HAGERTY MR. PAUL HAGERTY MR. AND MRS. DONALD HALEY MRS. ELSIE A. HANNON MR. AND MRS. C. W. HARLOW MR. MRS. WILLIAM M. HARRIS MRS. MARY B. HARVEY MRS. WALTER HASTINGS MRS. WARREN HAUGHTON MISS DONNA MARIE HAYES MISS EI.EANOR HAYES. '50 MRS. ROBERT HAYES P. F. C. ROBERT HAYES. U. S. M. C. MRS. JAMES I-IAZELHURST MR. EDWIN HEAP MRS. T. HEFFERMAN. SR. MISS PATTI HEGARTY MR. AND MRS. STANLEY D. HENDERSON MR. GEORGE HENRICKSON MR. AND MRS. JOHN R. HERBERT MR. HOWARD HERSEY MR. JAMES HIGGIN M RS. HIGGINS MR. 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Day and Evening Divisions 89 COMPLIMENTS FRANK A PUWLEH LORE MURCHISO 81 COMPA Y School and College Jewelery Offncnal jeweler A Record to be Proud of BESIDE CITY HALL 27 School Street Boston Massachusetts Room 418 Phone RI 20161 -of- For 1946, '47, '48, '49, '50, '51, '52, '53, '54, '55 90 Bes+ Washes THE CLASS OF I955 QUINCY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION KATHERINE HORRIGAN Presnden+ ELIOT WILSON Vnce Presldeni' BARBARA DeWOLFE Secrefary ENA FREDETTE Treasurer Q T A SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED TO NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL I954 GRADUATES Be'r+e Blgdc Ann Noel Mary Brundlge Marlorue Sferlmg WcH'er MouI'ron LoreH'c1 Snmmons 'ro I 91 PReslden+ 3-0959 DERRINGER THE FLORIST PLANTS WEDDING BOUQUETS CUT FLOWERS CORSAGES FUNERAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY 389 HANCOCK STREET Congrafulahons +o +I1e Graduafes of NORTH OUINCY HIGH SCHOOL rom Mayor AMELIO DELLA CHIESA an Members of 'l'he Clfy Council Edna S Aushn Alfred G Helfrich Carl S Anderson Frank MacDonald Davld J Crowley Davld S Mclnfosh I Cify Manager-WM. J. DEEGAN. JR. d 92 L T Im llf THE DooRwAY TO PROTECTION . iff, EMKEUH f25 QQCDWB I mm : NX X15-I I SUR , X BURGIN PLATNER 81 CO. Inc INSURANCE Qu ncy Sq are Massoch seHs GRam+e 2 3000 Congrcdulohons from YOUR SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS BERNARD CREEDON Presudeni' DONNA CONDON Vuce Presudeni' BARBARA STEVENS Secrefary ROBERT McCUlN Treasurer I ' , u E-, j r . A 'V ' Am .S S SSX 17.-'-T i . SQ-X, :S- H ,-A Fi, ,, B I Ig , ,,,-,-:' II' - I S. 1 -11 'I W: I I I I I I I I .. Q M xX I I , sI I I 'I I ' I L I I I I I w I T A If f I - 1 S A ' , Q Tl mln 'i 1: A I O O i u , u 93 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '55 PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP.. LTD. Manufocfurers of AUTOMATIC PACKAGING AND BOTTLING MACHINERY PResiden+ 3-I I00 NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. Duc-:GAN anon-lens C H E V R O L E T Sales and Service 24-Hour Towing Service I3I-I33 HANCOCK STREET Norih Quincy, Mc:ssc1chuseH's 94 TO THE CLASS OF 55 THE CLASS OF 56 COMPLIMENTS OF MATHEWSUN MACHINE WURKS, Inc NO 2 HANCOCK STREET AT NEPONSET BRIDGE Besf Wishes I from I 9 CONGRATULATIONS - from the - SENIUR STUDENT CDUNCIL Comphments of Amencan Wollaston Legxon Post No 295 mu, Qenlc I n av 'Lo X ff 9 H Aa 6510 4. CLAYTON A SHEPPARD Commander msn, ,qi -' I - . ' i Q gd' ol. N- Q ' F . Q wg' X . '5 .K :SA !: 1 f Q "f 4 of '9 ' I ' I 96 Congrc+ula+lons TO THE CLASS OF 55 S H E R I D A N S QUINCYS FASHION CENTER Hlghland 5 l657 Wholesale Dealers In FINE CONFECTIONERY 326 DUDLEY STREET Roxbury Mcssaclwuseifs M. FREDIANI SONS, Inc 97 CApi+oI 7-osas C. C. GIFFORD 81 CO. EGGS - BUTTER - CHEESE I0 ESSEX AVENUE I33 ATLANTIC AVENUE Bos+on 9, Massochuseffs Congra+ula+ions and Bes+ Wishes for Your Fufure NORTH QUINCY C0-OPERATIVE BANK 440 HANCOCK STREET Norfh Quincy, Masscchuseffs MARY E. HOLME, Treasurer 98 Complumenfs of F L MORRILL 6' C0 REAL ESTATE 8. MORTGAGES CWB, -gl:-.. J QU l I f ll E If if Q 5 nl' WE BUY SELL TRADE RESIDENTIM 8. INVESTMENT PRUPERTY SOUTH SHORE QUINGY WEYIIOUTH HINGHAM BIIAINTREE G MILTON C II U won use MAynwr 9 Owned and Operafed by F LESTER MORRILL Nor+lm Quincy High School Class of 39 SOUTH SHORES LARGEST REALTOR Complnmenfs of H U G O S ON COHASSET HARBOR OFF ROUTE 3A CO4 -0766 0525 Now Open Year Round Privole Dining Rooms fo Accommodo+e All Business and Club Groups, Pcr+ies, Sociclls, and Wedding Recepiions l O I O O O .. w ad' lie. '1" ,., l, '-5.3--.5-:":':j--7-7 - -S Q -...-I -.:5:: ll f- , M2125 ' ,.' A A ----iw T , 11 51.1. , - ' 7 - 'liia ll-T f --.-5 . ' JL, gluyfs, N,-5454 I I . . . For Quick Action o s oncoc . , Quincy o O I I C I 99 COMPLIMENTS CLASS OF 1955 PRELUDE TO A GLAMOROUS PROM' The Salon 'I'ha+ has ever hung +o offer specrallzes un +ranslormlng and swea+er gurl m'ro a slren' And a+ prlces everyone can afforcl' Shampoo Rinse and Se+ 2 00 Full Halrcuf S2 00 Trlm Only l 00 And besf ol all our experfs shme In fhe appllcahon of STARDU colors sprmlrled or IN beauhful desugns af only 50c To avoid cllsappomfmenf malce your appolnrmenl' early' THE STYLIST BEAUTY SHOP usb: HANCOCK STREET QUINCY SQUARE GRam1'e 2 9490 fhe slurf ST In OF ,' ................,.,... S. ' .fffffffQfQQffQQQffQfffs. y I . . . . I. an 100 CLP? ll,l'l'l5 J ok mug orma Lei' us enhance your s+arry eyed plans for 'rhe prom season Exclhng formals from WN swvs SU WA 'l00 SUMMER STREET Bos+on Massacl1useHs DE 8 8033 Congraiulahons 'ro fhe CLASS OF 55 SWIFT and BACHMAN, Inc YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD cHRYsLER-PLYMouTH DEALER 330 HANCOCK STREET Nor+h Quincy, MassachuseH's !Sf1 :ex , 1 'f " X 1 .ff ' T , . 'I . ' , 4. A, - p,. l '- yi " . J W fl 4- f' if ,f I U!" : g- '3 ,. OC X' J 11, so L' 4 - 7 xl , , 5' Qi' ' 'iw yL0l',xN I min '-s.'7 V .vyro 110-t 1 . M UU ' 1 - K .N ks , W ly Q. xii., ,cr I K1 'H' fyxqdf I I O lOl A smar+, preHy senior named Bei' Passed every course buf Home Ec. I For she didn'+ know Thai' her rugs should go Ou? 'For cleaning +o Dams ff csweff HOWS YOUR R Q7' For complefe unformahon ask our Represenfahve Fred Adams Abbe O ADAMS 8: SWETT RUG CLEANERS 2 7000 MA 9 oeoo J H WESTERBEKE CORP Complumenfs of OLD COLONY BOULEVARD AT TENEAN STREET Fov s sursn MARKET Dorches+er 22 Mass Dls+rubu'rors of Hugh Grade II77 HANCOCK STREET Infernal Combushon Machines Qumcy Square Marlne and Indusfrual Gasoline and Dlesel Engines Elecfrac Generahng Sefs for 60 FRANKLIN STREET Sfandby In S+ores Hospaials Publlc Buildings e+c Qulncy Adams Vlsd' our small boa+ Deparfmenf for +he Bes+ In Boaf Mo+ors and Equlpmenr I 'Rug uofienf HI - . . 4 . I , . I I , . 102 WHERE CLASSMATES MEET Come in and See Our Summer Fashions JANTZEN SWIM SUITS SEAMOLDS BY FLEXEES Dresses and Spor+swear +o Fu+ Your Budgel' Remember I+ Doesnl' Cosl a Forlune +o Loolc a Million a+ e BETSY LEE SHOPPE II BEALE STREET Wollaslon Mass WESTLAND S SPORTING GOODS Equlpmenl for Every Sporl' II REVERE ROAD Quincy Mass PResuden+ 3 6500 QUINCY MOTOR CO Incorporafed GEORGE A DALEY JR Preslden+ FORD cARs Sales . Service as QUINCY AVENUE Soufh Shore's Oldesl end Largesf FORD DEALER ROGER W KENT CO Incorporaied RUGS CARPETS LINOLEUM ON WOLLASTON BEACH BOULEVARD NEAR YACHT CLUBS Owned by Donald Ken+, N. Q. H. Class 35 Roger Ken+, N. Q. H. Class '38 Olher Nor+h Quincy Employees Ed Radcliffe, Class '47 Bob Mansfield, Class '42 Ralph Manning, Class '39 Bicknell Hall, Class '38 Ronald Guslafson, Class '44 Harold Murphy, Class '30 Allen F. Manning, Class '48 I ' ' I I .QL " "i.c gf' 'R C ,ez 1 4 Th ' U ' 0 I I O O I ' I 'I . I 103 BRYANT CHEMICAL CORP MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS NorI'I1 Qumcy MassccI1useH's J F METHERALL F L McCAUSLAND 64 HOBART STREET 72 RAWSON ROAD PResnden+ 3-40I3 MAyfIower 9 2848 METHERALL 81 McCAUSLAND PLUMBING 81 HEATING 676 HANCOCK STREET Nor+I1 Quincy 7I MGSSGCITUSSIIS GRam+e 2 80I7 2 5468 Eshmcfes Furmshed Business GRcm+e 2 6780 Residence GRanrIe 2 2933 RICHARD J BARRY REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKER 270 HANCOCK STREET Nor+h Qulncy 7I MassacI1useHs GRamI'e 2 7423 RUSSELL FUNERAL HOME HAROLD A THURSTON Dlrecfor WoIIas+on Mass Sou+I1Qulncy Moss SERVICE THAT SERVES AND SAVES O . o o 0 ' . . I . . . . 0 - I O I I ' I . , . , . . 104 GRamfe 2 I353 P A L M E R Refrlgerahon Servuce All Makes Domeshc Commercial FREEZERS GUARANTEED 55 ELLIOT AVENUE Quuncy HARLAN E PALMER Servuce Engineer 1 as Know llow Years of expenence Ln servlng thousands and thousands of Un dergrads have g1ven Kennedys the Know How so xmportant to all hxgh and Prep school men That s why season after season Undergrads come back to Ken nedys for theu- every clothmg need KENNEDY S UNDERGRAD SHOPS BOSTON O PROVIDENCE I WORCESTER SPRINGFIELD 0 HARTFORD 0 BROCKTON I-'RAMINGHAM I ff:- F"-1' Q a ' PN Congraiulahons and Bes+ Wlshes NORTH QUINCY JUNIOR HIGH P T A We Try +o Build BETTER HOMES BETTER NORTH QUINCY JUNIOR HIGH BETTER COMMUNITIES By Pareni' Teacher Cooperafion WILSON H. LUFKIN, Presidenf H. CHANDLER GARLAND, Vice Pres. MRS. THOMAS F. GALVIN, Secre+ary E. EARL LANTRY, Treasurer BEACON CLEANSERS OF WOLLASTON Speed and Quallly 3 Hour Servuce Try Our DELUXE HANDCRAFT Servoce TAILORING FUR STORAGE Pick Up and Delivery 624 HANCOCK STREET IOpposi+e Supreme Marlcefl Wollas+on, Mass. PR 37400 66 97 Q,g o 0 I . . . f,-fffffi' - ,A ' '49 . - . ,, ,, . 9' 'izfif' ' V: N P . QT I P .. 0 'I' 5 You Can+ Make a Mlsfake On Any Purchase You Make a+ AGP Thus IS more fhan a promlse-:Is a guaran Iee +ha+ youll never rlsk a penny on any :fem you buy a+ A 8: P A+ A 8: P Ihe sale us never complefed unhl you re complefely sahsfied The sale musi' measure up Io your every expec+ahon-or A 8: P wrII promp+Iy refund your money No queshons asked You can 1' make a mls+ake on any purchase you make ai' A 81 P SUPER MARKETS MA 9 5454 Comphmenfs of GRANITE CITY HARDWARE EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE l6I7 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy Square Fac+ory Telephone Exhnbu+ Telephone GRanl+e 2 3I20 PReslden+ 3 I657 MEMORIAL GRANITE CO Incorporaied Manufacfurers of SUPERIOR MONUMENTS Exhlbl+s a+ HANCOCK STREET 725 SOUTHERN ARTERY Qumcy Mass DEWARE BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Serving Any Dls1'ance 576 HANCOCK STREET Wollasfon Mass I29 LINCOLN STREET Hmgham Mass ROBERT M DEWARE DONALD M DEWARE Non Secfarlan " A GR 2-II37 l59 106 A Savings Accoun'I 'For o Good S+arI' In Life QUINCY SAVINGS BANK Mom Omce I374 HANCOCK STREET Norfh Quincy Office 37l HANCOCK STREET Complimenfs of 'Ihe K E O H A N E FUNERAL HOME HANCOCK STREET NOFII1 Quincy Mass CompIlmen+s fo CLASS OF I955 FOITI SCITUATE CABIN Eooo You WILL REMEMBER Tel Scif 750 DR MERRILL MOORE Have you read +I1e poehcal worIrs of MERRILL MOORE? Now an prm'f are Cllmcol Sonnefs Illeglhmaie Sonnefs More Chnlcal Sonneis Order from your fovoruie Iboolcsfore or TWAYNE PUBLISHERS 34 EAST zafd STREET New YorIr N Y I ' ' . Case Record from a Sonneforium, 107 BEST WISHES THE CLASS OF 55 FROM THE WOLLASTON GOLF CLUB Famous Brand Headq arfers For MEN WOMEN and BOYS KARLS AUTO BODY REPAIR CO Inc 23 GREENWOOD AVENUE Wollasfon Masscchusefis ACCIDENT WORK and INSURANCE APPRAISING GRomI'e 2 8I00 BEACON AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL PR 3 5829 WolIc1s+on MGSSOCIIUSGTTS RAYMOND LANTERY TO U I I 0' o 108 COMPLIMENTS OF THE STAR OF THE SEA PARISH Squonium Massachuseifs HALL EQUIPMENT COMPANY SERVING THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY Quincy 70 MossachuseH's PR 3 6749 NOTARY PUBLIC CHARLES H NORRINGTON AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE I87 W SQUANTUM STREET NOTH1 Qumcy Massochusefls CHARLES H NORRINGTON CAFE VIKING Inc 7l 73 BEALE STREET Wollosion Mcssochuseffs CHOICE LIQUORS and FOODS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT GRoni'I'e 2-43I7 HAncocIr 6-I I40 I O 109 Bes'r Wnshes fo All THE FIRST CHURCH OF SQUANTUM Beauhfy Your Home wl+I1 Plcfures C and A RICHARDS n4a HIGH STREET Bos+on MassachuseHs HOWARD JOHNSON S Flrsf Roadslde Resfaurani' 944 WM T MORRISSEY BLVD Dorchesier MOSSOCI1US6IIS Agenf H L DENSBERGER Compl ments of A FRIEND 110 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I955 FOX 8: HOUNDS GRILL Quincy, MassacI1useHs VERY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 55 NEPONSET DRIVE IN PR 3 0279 Aufhorlzed Brakes and Llglrl' S'I'aI'lon HAROLD E ROBBINS AUTO REPAIRING AII Makes of Cars II9 NEWPORT AVENUE WoIIas+on MassacI1useH's GRom+e 2 l282 Esfabllshed I9I8 LOCAL 8: LONG DISTANCE MOVING Paclung S'rorage Crahng and Shuppmg of Household Goods and OFI'Ice Furmiure Ageni Member for UNITED VAN LINES INC Coasf fo Coas+ and Canada 23A BILLINGS ROAD Nor+I1 Qumcy Massachusefis Sou'I'I'1 Shores Oldesf and Largesi' Movers F. B. RICH 81 SONS III POMPEO MOTORS. Inc. CADILLAC Sales and Service Oldsmobile Auto Body Repairs and Pain+ing 666 SOUTHERN ARTERY Quincy. Mass. PR 3-7300 SEVIGNEY'S 527 SO. ARTERY Famou: FRIED CLAMS comvumems or BAKER DRUG PR 3-2380 HARRY'S Shoes for Ihe Enhre Family 40 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs Mass Tel PResudenI' 3790 N O R F O L K FURNITURE COMPANY COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS INFANTS and JUVENILE FURNITURE and TOYS HARRY H GREEN 67 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs Mass. COMPLI MENTS OF N O R F O L K DOWNS LAUNDRY Telephone MA 9 5272 CHINA STAR CHINESE AMERICAN RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE Orders Pur Up 'Io Take Out Amr Condlhoned for Your Comforf Special Luncheon Il 30 2 30 I05 SEA STREET umcy Mass Esiabllshed IS69 S H E P P A R D COAL 81 OIL COMPANY GENERAL ELECTRIC and DELCO HEATING EQUIPMENT I520 HANCOCK STREET Quincy 69 Mass PResrdenI 3 7200 Open Daily-II:30 A.M. fo 3:00 A.M. Q ' . . ' Tele hone: PResidenI 2645 PResicIen+ 3-0223 p MORLEY and COMPANY HOME APPLIANCES 8: TELEVISION Soles Service 58 BILLINGS ROAD Norfh Qumcy Mass MORLEY SHOES Fon THE ENTIRE FAMILY LEVANDER'S SHOE STORE Good Shoes SInce I9I6 52 BILLINGS ROAD Norih Qumcy 7I Moss GEORGE HARRINGTON S ESSO TIRES BATTERIES AND LUBRICATION USED CARS AND CAR REPAIRS 57 QUINCY SHORE BLVD NOFIII Qulncy Mass 3 503I RICHARD J GORMAN JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER Somefhmg from Ihe JeweIers Is Always Some+I'IIng SpecIoI 23A BEALE STREET Wollosfon 70 Mass Omce Home GR 2 I9I0 PR 3 5388 ERNEST C HATCH 25 BEALE STREET Wollosion Mass NORFOLK FLOWER SHOP AND NURSERIES 287 HANCOCK STREET Nor+h Qumcy 7I Mass Mom Sfore and Greenhouse GRanIIe 2 7I00 GRcnIIe 2 8680 STONBERG MOTORS Inc 4as WASHINGTON smear DODGE SI PLYMOUTH an PR 3 5000 OLD COLONY LAUNDERERS ZORIC CLEANSERS DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS '00 QWNCY AVENUE Our ServIce Gucranfees Cusfomer Sohsfochon Qumcy Mass P. E. PR - I PRESCRIPTION OPTICIAN I I cl II3 GRom'Ie 2-3942 GR 23277 CARLISLE F SMITH Inc REGISTERED PHARMACISTS 245 ATLANTIC STREET A+Icm+lc Mass PResidenI 3-7253 Best Wushes CLASS OF ss MODERN FORMAL SHOP See Modern for Your Nexi' Tux Discounf +o N. Q. H Sfudenh 639 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy Moss RAY RUSSELL S SHELL SERVICE sTATloN 3I5 HANCOCK STREET Norih Qumcy Mass G Ronife 2-9569 TAMPA FRUIT CO FRUITS and PRODUCE 75-85 HANCOCK STREET Nor+I1 Qumcy Moss YOUR HEALTH IS OUR BUSINESS H P HOOD GALLAGHER NEWS AGENCY I3 DEPOT STREET Qumcy Mass ALICE BURKE SCHOOL OF DANCING I67 ATLANTIC STREET North Qumcy Mass BALLET TAP ACROBATIC BALLROOM T PR3 6 COMPLIMENTS DOWD S LIQUOR STORE 0 I ' ' I ' ' Complimenfs of OF I el.: -8I7 114 COMPLIMENTS Q U I N C Y STEEL CASTING INC KEITH LUMBER BUILDING SUPPLIES I5 WEST SQUANTUM STREET Nor+h QuIncy Mass e PResIden+ 3 7577 ALFRED A KEITH MASSACHUSETTS ENGINEERING CO Inc NorIII Qumcy Mass FLAGG FOTO SERVICE 54 NEWBURY AVENUE Norfh Qumcy 7I Moss COM MERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER JOHN J DUANE CO ALL KInc.Is of Salvaged BuIIdIng MCIGTIGI for Sale Rubermd SI'IIngIes New and Used Sfeel 600 SOUTHERN ARTERY CHASE PRESS PRINTERS I34 WEST ELM AVENUE Wollaston Moss Best of Luclr SenIors J O H N S O N S FILLING STATION Inc 700 HANCOCK STREET Wollosfon Mass MAyfIower 9 402 I LINDBERG S CLEANERS CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING Brung Your Cleanmg Problems 'Io Us IO3 NEWBURY AVENUE Nor+I'I Quuncy Moss OF I . . ' ' T I.: ' - . 0' 0 PR 3-6030 , 3' - 32 PResidenI 3-8036 I I ' o 5 S H EDWARDS JAMES A ERWIN Prop PLUMBING and HEATING For Over 75 Years 97 NEWBURY AVENUE COMPLIMENTS PAUL MURPHY ATLANTIC FUEL OIL CO HEATING OILS OIL BURNER SERVICE 22I ATLANTIC STREET North Qumcy Mass PR 3 4268 AVenue 2 0330 I BROADLOOM CARPETS TILE RUBBER ASPHALT VINYL CONTRACT CARPETS RUGS DOMESTIC and IMPORTED PARQUET FLOORS LINOLEUM HARDWOOD FLOORS VENETIAN BLINDS DI NATALE FLOORS INC Omces and Solesroom II00 WILLIAM T MORRISSEY BLVD Neponsef Dnsfrncf Bosfon 22 Mass GR 2 7320 PACKAGE GOODS Foreugn and Domeshc Luquors me Beer e Coldesf Beer on Ihe Soufh Shore 66 NEWBURY AVENUE Aflcnhc Mass Compliments of A F R I E N D 2 2027 WALTER J HANNON TIRE CO U S ROYAL TIRES MILLER TIRES EXIDE BATTERIES Re+clI and Wholesale GRom+e 2 5590 DOYLE 81 LONG Inc FUEL ou. and olL auRNERs Recoppung Vulccnlzmg Road Servlce 552 HANCOCK STREET 495 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy 70 Moss WoIIosI'on Mass or J. J. SMYTHE, Inc. w- - -Al on - ' - 116 MA 9 0452 C A COX AUTO REPAIR Esfobllshecl I934- Compleie Care for Your Car General Au+o Repamng OmCIGl Brolxe and LIgl1+ Slahon No I7I8 REAR I6 OLD COLONY AVENUE Wollos'I'on 70 Mass ComplImenIs of Il'Ie SWEEN EY FUNERAL SERVICE M JOSEPH SWEENEY Successor to DennIs Sweeney 74 ELM STREET Qumcy Mass PR 3 2728 GRanI+e 2 9686 RUDOLPH L HEUSSI Furesfone Tnres LubrIca+Ion Ballery Servnce 634 HANCOCK STREET Wollaslon 70 Mass aesr WISHES if-l?..T'r r C1 J J MCDERMOTT Compllmenls of CLOVERLEAF DAIRY CO MRS PAT FAHERTY Prop Quuncy Mass WOLLASTON PET SHOP TROPICAL FISH BIRDS DOGS CATS and SUPPLIES 6I8 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston Mass Everyilnng for Your Pe? New and RebuIl+ Burners Work Guaranleed Free Eshmafes JOE PARIS OIL BURNER SERVICE SpecIalIzIng In FUEL SAVING HEATING 320 BEALE STREET Wollasfon, Mass. P 37II7 BEALE STREET PHARMACY Incorporaied PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS RUSSELL IceeNe PI-Ie Reg PH Mgr DONALD R Keene as Assf Mgr 66 HANCOCK STREET Cor Beale SIree+ Wollaslon. Mass. Telephone. MA 9 583I THE REXALL STQRE O O l ' l ' Q , In' .1 ixxigvxf ,Z ': 5' V :Z Texaco Service -Aufo Accessories IA . . . . N I - , .M ,I " . R , l - l I l 1 Providence Terminal Cambridge Terminal l89 CHARLES STREET I30 BROOKLINE STREET GAspee I-69I6-7 Universify 4-0405 SUPERIOR MOTOR TRANSPORTATION CO. lncorporafed "ALL THAT THE NAME IMPLlES" Massachusefis Rhode Island BONDED CARRIERS GR 2-462I PERMANENTS THAT SATISFY HAIR COLORING CONSULTATION LEE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE LEE IACOMINE 43 SAFFORD STREET Wollasfon, Mass. Specialisfs in Hair Cuhing Shaping, S+yIing, and Waving GRani+e 2- I 390 KELLEY'S RELIGIOUS GOODS JEWELRY - GIFTS GREETING CARDS Nofary Public-Public Slenographer DOROTHY L KELLEY 395 HANCOCK STREET Nor+h Quincy 7I, Mass. Bes+ Wishes fo THE CLASS OF '55 DEVOE'S DINER MONTCLAIR PHARMACY. Inc. SIDNEY C. KALISH, Reg. Pharm. 22I WEST SQUANTUM STREET Quincy, Mass. GRaniIe 2-6I70 MA 9- I420 Remodeling and Jobbing a SpeciaI+y FRANK M. HARMON PLUMBING and HEATING Au+horized Pefro Dealer 335 NEWPORT AVENUE WoIIas+on 70, Mass. PR 3-2 Best Wishes from SCOTT-WILLIAMS Incorporafed TIMKEN SILENT AUTOMATIC OIL HEATING 9 SAVILLE STREET Quincy, Mass. 870 DOWNS PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY FREDERICK MYERS. Reg. Pharm. 35 BILLINGS ROAD lCor. Hancock S'IreeII Norfolk Downs, Mass. Complimenfs of Ihe NORFOLK DOWNS BOWLING ALLEYS 42I HANCOCK STREET North Quincy Mass. JIM and PETE Complimenfs of DOT'S SWEET SHOP 397 HANCOCK STREET Norfh Quincy Moss. MILTON S CLOTHIERS HABERDASHERS HATTERS I538 HANCOCK STREET Quincy MGSSOCLIUSCTTS Compllmenfs of M DeMATTEO CONSTRUCTION CO GENERAL CONTRACTORS 200 HANCOCK STREET Quincy Massachuseffs PResiden+ 3 5l5I LIBERTY LAUNDRY LAUNDERING and DRY CLEANING Prompt Office Service 82 SAGAMORE STREET Norfh Quincy Moss GRonn+e 2 II67 A L TURNER HARDWARE E S DENNEEN R T DENNEEN HARDWARE POWER TOOLS Hardware Buul+ for Hard Wear 47I HANCOCK STREET Norih Quincy Moss NEPONSET BRIDGE MOTORS I0l HANCOCK STREET Quincy Mass 2 5426 COOLIDGE PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS J s BECK Pr-le Reg Pharm 253 BEALE STREET Wo'lasfon Moss I Pick Up and Delivery Service -- - '- GR - ll9 GR 2-7I2I WALTER R. FORBUSH ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE REAL ESTATE - MORTGAGES "ConfIdenI'ioI Sales and Services Rendered" 78 BEALE STREET Wollasron 70, Moss. PResicIenI' 3-74I 3 TOTS 'N TEENS SHOPPE MISSES' SWIM SUITS. SHORTS and HALTERS DUNGAREES. SOCKS. SLIPS, PANTIES, HOSIERY 46 BILLINGS ROAD Norfolk Downs, Moss. COMPLIMENTS OF THE MONTCLAIR WOMEN S CLUB GRanufe 2 4730 CARRIKER MOTOR CO DESOTO PLYMOUTH Top Value Cars 60 70 WASHINGTON STREET Qumcy Mass Arfhur C Corrllner Charles J Johnson Esfabllshed I 89I McGRATH S TAXI SERVICE Sionds a+ Wollosfon Depoi' Supreme Marlref Porkung Loi Honcoclc Streef Lolun Square TWO WAY RADIO 24 HOUR Anyhme Anywhere 64I HANCOCK STREET Com pllmenis of GARRETT RADIO and T V FLOYD D GARRETT I00 SAGAMORE STREET Norfh Oumcy Mass THE Y WAY IS A HIGHWAY TO HEALTH FUN AND WORTHWHILE SERVICE QUINCY Y M C A GR 2 9695 MOHAWK AUTO BODY an SERVICE STATION Inc 82 84 QUINCY AVENUE Qunncy 69 Moss Tony D Olumplo Res WE 9 2I28J Dave Ellos Res PR 3 5077 I , . GRoni+e 2-63I0 PResiden+ 3-3I7I MA 9-8333 ' a I I I . 120 W E L C H S CAMERA CENTER EVERYTHING FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHER INCLUDING HELPFUL ADVICE 680 HANCOCK STREET WoIlas+on Moss MRS TOM F SPRAGUE REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES 79 BELLEVUE ROAD Squontum Moss GRom'Ie 2 06I4 FOR YOUR EVERYDAY NEEDS Shop o'I' TORGERSEN S e Gnve and Redeem Gold Arrow Sfomps 740 E SQUANTUM STREET Squanium Moss Congrofulahons 'Io Ihe CLASS OF 55 SQUANTUM MARKET HERBERT V DANIELSON Propneior 746 EAST SQUANTUM STREET Squon+um Moss D R A K E S GULF SERVICE STATION GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 753 EAST SQUANTUM STREET Squantum Moss GR 2 9562 Complumenfs f SNYDERS VARIETY STORE 735 EAST SQUANTUM STREET Squonfum Moss GR 2 9489 JARDIS SUNOCO SERVICE JOE GAUDET Manager WEST SQUANTUM 8: HANCOCK STREETS Norfh Quincy Moss GRonu+e 2 6048 PETER CALIMERIS Pres ond Treos MAYFLOWER DINER Inc 473 SOUTHERN ARTERY Qumcy Moss I I . W . MA 9-7548 GR 2-9557 Free Delivery I ' o I I I 2 1 MA 9-7080 Smoo'I'h Sailing Io 'Ihe CLASS OF '55 STAN'S FRIENDLY SERVICE STATION Squanfum, Moss. PHILLIP'S CANDY HOUSE WM. T. MORRISSEY BLVD. Dorchester. Moss. Tel.: TAII:o'I' 5-67I0 WhoIesaIe and ReI'oiI OLD COLONY LOBSTER CO. and GRILLE LOBSTER DINNERS A SPECIALTY 700 OLD COLONY PARKWAY Dorchesier Mass Opera+ed by BILL GOSSELIN DRIVER EDUCATION TEACHES SAFE AND SANE DRIVING Q U I N C Y POLICE DEPARTMENT JAMES L MOONEY CO Wholesale Furnufure Showroom 77 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET Bos+on Mass LAfayeH'e 3 8392 PResucIenI 3 5006 DONAHER S MENS STORE HABERDASHERY and SPORTSWEAR FORMAL CLOTHES FOR RENT I562 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy Mass. Omce Residence GRann1'e 2 0900 PR 3 6858 N O R F O L K CONSTRUCTION CO CARPENTRY PAINTING ROOFING 35 CHANNING STREET Nor'l'h Qumcy Mass McGAW Res Tel PResucIenI' 3 6858 THE HOLIDAY HOUSE u.oYo F and ELEANOR M Mcefxw Specxalmng In Holldays and Parhes 540 COLUMBIAN STREET On Roufe I28 Soufh Weymouth Mass. 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GR ' 123 PR 38II8 MA 96830 LATEST CREATIONS IN DRESSES THE PARLEE COVEY DRESS SHOP 4 MAPLE STREET Qumcy 69 Mass CINCOTTA S STORE S S PIERCE PRODUCTS 764 HANCOCK STREET Wollcsfon 70 Mass Fon THE aesr VALUE THRIFTWAY FIRST MAyfIower 9 24I I AN IDA CORSET SHOP IDA M BRIDGER ANN L GALPIN Alferohons and Repairs Surg1caI and Sfyle Corsefs Il GRANITE STREET Quincy Mass HUSSEY RADIO and TELEVISION ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SERVICE 23 BILLINGS ROAD Nor+I1 Qumcy Mass JOHN R PALMA PLUMBING HEATING OIL BURNERS RESIDENTIAL and INDUSTRIAL WORK 64 BILLINGS ROAD Norfh Quincy 7l Mass WITHERELLS CANDIES OF WOLLASTON 2I BEALE STREET Assor+ed CI1ocoIa+es and Bon Bons Selecf Your Own Assorfmeni Telephone PR 3 0694 COMPLIMENTS A FRIEND M W I SEE ' ' phone: GR 2,9590 Tel.: GRanite 2-3779 I OF 124 CompIImen+s f BILLS VARIETY SHERRY S RESTAURANT 579 SOUTHERN ARTERY 76 BILLINGS ROAD Quincy Mm Norfolk Downs Mass LONDON CLOTHING CORP FINE CLOTHES EOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Open Every Nnghf Tull 9 Plenty of Free Adlcceni' Porkmg II9 PARKING WAY Qunncy Mass BOUMELS Inc EEMININE APPAREL 424 HANCOCK STREET Qumcy Moss PR 3 7228 PRBSIOQDI 3 2368 WITH US WHY NOT YOU? CAFARELLA BROS CLASS OF 55 from VARDYS CABIN CAFE Wesi Qumcy Moss Compllmenfs of CORAL DRESS SHOPPE GRGHITC 2 2338 QUENTIN MCCAFFREY CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST eqnsIereII .IeweIer?Amerlcon Gem oucfg 684 HANCOCK STREET DISTINCTIVE JEWELRY Wollasfon Moss 68 BILLINGS ROAD Norfh Qumcy Moss ' o I I I 0 I YOUR GRANDMOTI-IER TRADED ses' Wishes I R S 125 B A R K E R ' S CARDS - Tvpswmrsks - orruce SUPPLIES I MAPLE STREET Quincy Cenier, Moss. Best Wishes of Success Io THE GRADUATING STUDENTS GEORGE R. ANDREWS'. Inc. FAMILY Dnuee-lsrs 68 NEWBU RY AVENUE Afloniic, Moss. Telephone: GRoni+e 2-6I80 PResiden+ 3-82I I WOLLASTON LOBSTER CO. Now Carrying o Compleie Line OF FRESH FISH 749 WM. T. MORRISEY BLVD. WICKENS 81 TROUPE FUNERAL HOME GORDON S. TROUPE CHARLES H. WICKENS FRUIT BASKET WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS 60 BILLINGS ROAD Complimenfs of S E Y M O U R ' S DELUXE ICE CREAM Complimenfs of BUD ond LARRY SWEENEY SAGAMORE GRILLE va SAGAMORE srmssr CompIimen'I's of ELSlE'S. Inc. 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