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

 - Class of 1956

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4 1 31 All u. the planning of our city fathers 9 77 the support of Quincy s taxpayers ea af 'sis N H-'A - '--- --'H ' Q x f A n. 1 lv. ICH, I' . ' I' , . :g...rf 4 v l ' P.' L f . ,. L- xi. ' - Y ,Ran 4 -J f'N f Ll 1 fsxx Q s. . -v K -4 if . -51 ' xr- . 1 W PM s -'nf ' 4 4: "- .r- L uh. L fn 2 1 A -' A 1 M ll g 3 1 r J' n ...L , - gf.'.mAi.- 'f. m'.'f'. '1 n., ' 5 5 'H 4-, .I A A 1 'I I A. .rg -,.1 . A Q a ,- vt. I s .4 .' w " , L-1 4 . R f ' xx . . lvl. may. 4 ". A lr .riff - 1 n Q J , .AW of In word and in picture The M cmet for 1956 will, we hope, be a memory book ever re- minding us that through the planning of our city fathers and the support of Quincy's tax- payers We have been carefully processed in subject matter, athletics, and eXtra-curricu- lar activities in a functional building by an efficient personnel so that now We are ready to approach our future Well-educated and responsible finished products, the result in This Business of Education. -gf--'sa--,L: 'o'Zs?f3::5.mgf.1,,,e.14:.1f"'f'ff' 7' A' I 'Mfrs if f if-4' NGRTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL North Quincy, Massachusetts N 1 ' , x x Y ' I i i G 1 2 x I l , I i 2 l I I 5, ill If . 1 x, , 55' el l WJ, 5? .ex 'Qu ' ' ?'..f ,, M iw... ,nf f , ,, 4 1 . fu: 1' - f 1 ,gg , . 5 e A ...-- , 5 f :sl ml vm ,il ,Q ning PW flll 'Il 'll X 1 YI!!! Q. , MII? 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Collins Principal A tablet just inside the main entrance of a leading univer- sity appropriately states that it Wishes to see proceeding from its doors a vast army of young men adequately pre- pared to take their proper places anywhere in the World for the improvement of mankind. This high purpose expresses hopes and aspirations closely related to the central theme of the yearbook of the class of 1956 of North Quincy High School, namely "This Business of Education? and though education is usually considered in a professional classifica- tion, it may well be interpreted quite advantageously in keeping with the topic expressed. It should be the business of all graduates to proceed in their educational endeavors with diligence in keeping with their interests and abilities thus enabling them not only to attain the success for which they are striving but also to make Valuable contributions to the improved so- ciety in which to live. The entire school extends its best wishes to the class of '56, James S. Collins Principal my Hn ff V . .4 .1 QW , ' f 7, A 'if E b-Gi-v-i .- 7 S - 4 - 1 ,vp x ,lf xx, JOhI1 W. Walsh John A, Evans A.S'S7:.5'7fa1li Principal Assistant Principal CLERICAL STAFF-Sally A. Mullaney, Esther A. Morrison. 6 NSW" HOME ECONOMICS-Margaret M. Mahoney, Helen Melanson, Ruth MacGregory. LANGUAGES-Louise D. Fifield, Ruth Meisner, Roberta Webstersmith, Mable Pratt. ANP ,Jx -J' MECHANICAL ARTS-Ralph rn ,,AVAV, , D'Entremont, VValter H. VVarriner, 1 ' 1 Arthur Burgess, Edgar H. Phillips. . 5 Q , ,vi 1 COUNSELING-Caroline Welch, Robert P. Fox, Marjorie E. Currier, Frederick B. Clunie. SOCIAL STUDIES-sitting: Hermon M. Noyes, Katherine M. Countie, clerk, John J. Donahueg standing: James F. Shaw, Mable Pratt. COMMERCIAL-s'itting: Melvin C. Jack, Marie E. Youngerman, John J. Mullarkeyg standing: Sara Tolchinsky, Lillian M. Gormley, M1u'ray E. Roberts. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION-Alice Gray, Ken- neth Rickson, Katherine G. McCoy. FINE ARTS-Elizabeth P. Sherman, Anne P. Sawitsky, George Doren, Ethel Newman. FAMILY LIVING-Agnes E. Berry, Agnes F. Purcell. A MATHEMATICS-front: Nicholas J. Lembo, Katherine F. Horrigang back, Edmund King, David P. Hourin, John F. Parrell, Graton G. Howland. SCIENCE-Gerald J. Lyons, Wilma Schields, Frank L. Bridges, Roy L. Sinclair. ENGLISH--sifting: John S. Hoffertyg standing: Rose C. Enos, Ruth Meisner, Marjorie E. Currier, Ruth H. Leavitt. fCf',1 l W I 'Ez rl g vs LOUIS W.. 'z vw :clan Rn S. h x 'Q ff P.D. through the skull K , QI B 1 -, , K A' Doc's swan song One major point J i TIMOTHY P. ABBOTT 790 East Squantum Street Tim-Scab . . . Squantum-1, 2, 3 . . . Konvertible Kid. Hi-Y, 33 Dance Com- mittee, 3. ALLAN ADAMS 114 Bellevue Road Al-"You,re screechy" . . . Those Wol- laston excursions! . . . Lightning . . . Num- ber 1 brat . . . Ugly. . . Football, 1, 2, 33 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3g Stu- dent Leader, 1, 33 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, M anet, 3, Homeroom Representa- tive, 2, 3. 1 CAROL S. ADAMS 22 Price Street Tiny-Friend in Weymouth . . . Apres les classes . . . G-iggling Gertie. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling, 2, 35 Girls' Club, 3 g Teachers, Career Club, 1, 2, Girls' Bas- ketball, 13 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Re- ceptionist, 1, 2. 1 RITA JEAN ALEXANDER 124 Colby Road Rennie-Tinkle . . . S. S. S .... L8zM- CRooneyD . . . December 18, 1955 . . . Real nice house . . . Little Scot. Girls' Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3g Bowling, Q, 35 Dance Com- mittee, 1 ,QQ Girls' Club, 3, Receptionist, 3, Glee Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3. A I, N X What, no ice cream? .V vk ,.v S? sa' 4 NANCY ALLEN 115 Cummings Avenue Nan-Music lover . . . "Dimples" . . . Babs . . . Jackie . . . And all the kids. Sketch Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3. RICHARD ARCIPRETE 31 Elmwood Avenue Dick-"Archie" . . . Latin lover . . . Sar- torial class . . . Newsboy . . . Barbara from Weymouth. Is it Haley or Bach? In the savage Wilds of Alaska i I W'orkin' on the Chain Gang I'rn sorry, Mother . . . 33 1f3-45-78-It's a record! CHARLES ASHLAND 90 Walker Street Connie-Charlie . . . Doc's . . . 3 A. M. Brighton . . . Eight ball 405?? . . . The heavens . . . "Eddie" Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Hockey, 3. GILBERT AXBERG 139 Elliot Avenue Gil-My boy flat-top . . . Hot Nash Can . . . Lover of Geometry-Eh! Band, 1, 2, 3, Motion Picture Operators' Club, 1, 23 Rifle Club, 35 Glee Club, 3. CAROL ANN AYER 29 Cheriton Road Pizza and coke . . . Mail from the Navy . . . Official babysitter. Girls' Bowling, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, Rif- le Club, 3, Dance Committee, 23 Office Worker, 2, 3. X aff' ,- ,X V. 2 f f. . :JIM .D K LORETTA E. BACKLUND 44 Rawson Road Sis-Pop's protege . . . Milton Canteen . . . Watches submarine races . . . 1-4-3-E. Girls, Club, 3g Girls' Sports, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, Sketch Club, 1, Q, 3. If VIRGINIA MARIE BARNETT 8 Myrtle Street Ginny-Tuna Fish Mermaid . . . Love those duals . . . "Who's a yankee?H . . . "Lovely, just lovely." PRISCILLA BATTIS 21 Sherman Street P-Witch . . . Running Water . . . "It's lovely!" . . . Stowaway . . . Cliff. Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3g Dance Committee, 1, 2, Prom Committee, 3g National Honor Society, 2, 35 Glee Club, 2, M anei, 33 Girls' Club, 33 Library Rec- ommendation Committee, 2, 3. Irllifillit llilllillll JW' White collar workers s1q1 3' wJ W ,,, , W ww. ,Q i 5421? V?-' A aEfGi.f" Caught in a Parisian web Master chefs -l""'1'- -,-4n""'L- -G 4 1229 1228 MARTIN BECK 194 Ta lor Street y M art-One-man horn section . . . Lot' a noise . . . Bessie. Band, 1, Secretary 2 Vice President 33 National Honor Society: 2, Treasurer 3g Homeroom Representa- tive, 2g Traffic Squad, 3. MARJORIE BEERS 1100 Furnace Brook Parkway M argie-Marshfield, anyone? . . . Who says, "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?" . . . He's not from North. North Star, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, Library Staff, 1g Dance Committee, 1, QQ Girls' Club Exec- utive Board, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 3. ANN MARIE BERQUIST 47 Marshall Street "Goodie-Goodie" . . . Soldier Boy . . . "How 'bout a frappe?" . . . "Let's hear to 12:31 another record." Glee club, 33 Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 3g Receptionist, 3g North Star 35 Girls' Club, 3g Rifle Club, 33 Biology Club, 1, 35 Bowling Club, 3. ww' RUTH N. BIGGS 58 Cheriton Road Ruthie-"Which car tonight?" . . . "Where's Kathie?" . . . Ping Pong and E. N. C. Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Bowl- ing, 1, Q, 3, Nurses Career Club, 1, Q, 3, Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, Student Leader, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Mamet, 3. f--in is N 'R RUTH M. BLANDFORD 245 Harvard Street Ruthie-Gavel Gertie . . . "Hi, Kids!" . . . My friend, N. . . VVitch . . . "Sorry 'bout that." Girls' State, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, President 3, Class Vice President, Q, Student Council Secretary, 3, Cheer- leader, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, Q, 3, Student Leader, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 3, Girls' Club, 3, M anet, 3, Prom Committee, 3. BONNIE LOU BOWEN 129 Russell Street Crowded garage . . . Cornell bound . . . Fabulous Flutist . . . Alumni dates. Band, 1, 2, 3, Radio Club, 1, Secretary 2, Na- tional Honor Society, 2, Secretary 3, Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, Library Recommendation Committee, 3, Traffic Squad, 3. 1? - 1 North Quincyis undermanned football squad got off to a fast start losing only one game in the first four. But a plague of mid-season injuries disorganized Coach Dona- hue's Red Raiders. With a returning nucleus of only three veterans-Jack Crowley, Al Adams, and Ed Coughlan- North played a fighting Dedham team to a 7-'7 tie with Fran Thomson turning in a sterling defensive effort. The following Saturday, North met the future Class B champs, .MQ N iw Coach Donahue Winchester, and bowed 26-14 after a bitter struggle. In this game North unleashed a devastating passing attack in the person of Jack Crowley and his two big ends, Doug Gruteh- field and Al Adams. The Raiders broke into the win column with a crushing 26-6 defeat of the New Bedford VVhalers in preparation for the big game with Hingham. Turning in their peak perform- ance of the year, the men from North squeezed out a 13-12 victory over a strong Hingham squad. Ed Coughlan, Ralph Frazier, Willie Wanless, Babe Sweeney, and John Huber were all top performers in the line to bottle up Hingham's attack. At this time a rash of injuries to such big players as Paul Payson, Larry McGee, John Huber, Bob Dixon, Jack Cooke, Bob Mann, and Red Thomson wrecked havoc with the whole squad. Facing an unenviable task of playing such opponents as arch rivals lVIilton, Natick, Braintree, and Quincy, Coach Donahue switched Jack Crowley and George Doring to halfback and slipped "Tookus" Deane in at quarterback. Struggling against such overwhelming odds, the team slid to defeat before Milton 20-0, Natick 28-6, Braintree 25-6, and the Turkey Day rival, Quincy, 44-20. Although losing, North piled up as many points as any other North squad has ever done. PAUL R BRENNAN BEVERLY A. BURDEN D. VIRGINIA BURNHAM 49 Cherlton Road 131 Safford Street 173 Billings Road Specs The Gymnast. . . Hit the machine Bev-Click . . . Nutrition Room . . . The Ginny-T, S, T ,,,, "I found a three Time Pop' . . Hot Plymouth . . . Editor . . . "Trip'em." North Star, 1, 23 legged crab!" Nm-th Star, 1g Library Rec Bobo s Buddle Radio Club, 1. Edi r 3' irls' Basketball, 1, 2, 3g Girls' ommendation Committee, 1, 2, 3g Nation- to , , G Club, 35 Biology Club, 1. al Honor Society, 2, 3, Biology Club, l 2, 33 Glee Club, 3g Radio Club, 15 Girls Club, 3. x -MQW' ' ""1Po g, I by I, Go get 'em, Donny Q aw t .ln ix? R. Mann ,nh-. J. Huber E. Coughlan J - Crowley Signals, 7-Q-6 A. Adams JOHN CAHILL CLAIRE L. CALLAHAN JOHN E. CALLAHAN H 101 Elmvsfood Ayenue . H 63 Colby Road 58 Holmes Street FW?,F1atS - - - Deal' MT- B'-15d1'1V91' Society . . . "Not that bad" . . . Week-end Jack . . . Those part-time jobs . . . 50 ' -, - Bun, Tun, you b0Wle88ed'j"'l - - - skiing . . . "Open house, kids" . . . Sophis- yards and bushed. Spring Track, 1, 2, 3g Dmty S lU11Ch.I'00II1- Band, 1, V106 PTCS' ticated. Girls' Club, 3g Dance Committee, Cross Country, Q, 3g Winter Track, 3. xdent, 2, President, 3, Cross country, 3, I-IifY, 2, 3g Winter Track, 35 Spring Track, 3. 1, 2, 3, M anet, 33 Receptionist, QQ Glee Club, 1. I S I I I I I I T31 N P. Payson Put on the brakes D. Stevenson 1-1v"s"'i F. Thomson W. Wanless North's eleven- ALLEN F. X. CAMERON 26 Newbury Street A. F. X. C.-Bonnie Prince Allen . . . "I wanna be popular!" . . . 'Tll sing bass." Rifle Club, 1g Dance Committee, 23 Prom Usher, Q3 Graduation Usher, 25 M anet, 3, Prom Committee Chairman, 35 North Star, 3, Hi-Y, 33 Glee Club, 3, Traffic Squad, 3. CAROL CARINI 204 Fayette Street Carinbean-3 Musketeers . . . We may never meet again . . . U. M .... Peggotty Beach. Junior Class Secretary, 25 Stu- dent Council Vice President, 3, Prom Committee, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 25 Prom Usher, 2, M anet, 33 Girls' Club, 3. JOHN CARNEY 26 Safford Street Jack-One of the Del boys . . . "Bell Bottom Trousers." Basketball, 1, 2, S, Baseball, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2. minus ten L. McGee M' ,qw 'Vim ll, E. Deane D. Grutchfield 'Mu -am W .4 ,,, - 5 If nnnn 5 I fa y M .. N' -are l Z a ., .., - ,K 1 . gi is '- sv lv i - 35: ,-HQ. f A av as 2 'QUKLL ,f f R. Frazier Crowley picks his way. PAUL L. CHAMPAGNE 35 Hollis Avenue Lukie . . . Hot Ford . . . Point . . . Al's corner . . . Janet's house . . . Southie . . Snail races . . . Nantasket. ROGER CLAPP 85 East Squantum Street Rag . . . Hot Ford . . . Evenings at Nan- tasket . . . See you at Al's . . . Point. Basketball, 1g Baseball, 13 Hi-Y, 2g Home- room Representative, 2. H TY , it 4 . g,g,yg,gg,,-uf, , W -, If , , ,-+- ,Vx gxg . X -1 g ,,,,, . ' , lvl.. we 'ifif 1' " '2-L' ff is A ' f Q fffff g,Qy4L:7 ., gfq5 Q , 1 a " ,f f- i5:X1'- 2:22555 ft 0 . -' 1 'f , 'V f - K .J ' if ' 1 z -. , S m f S I "'L"' I' RICHARD COBBAN Q93 Atlantic Street Dick . . . Geradi . . . Around the corner . . . Marty's. Hockey, 1, Q, 3g Baseball, 1, 2, 3g Homeroom Representative, 2, 3. 1 l Q11 its R. Dixon J. Cooke Final Success ,gy G. Doring 7He's downed on the 12. W. Sweenie WALTER T. COBE 77 Quincy Shore Drive Hork-One of the "Spa" gang . . . Hot Chrysler. Football, Q. FRED COOK 12 Randlett Street Cooley-Rocket Richard . . . "Little men are tougher" . . . "Time Pop." Hockey, 1, 2, 3, Student Leader, 3. EDWARD COUGHLAN 68 Billings Street Eddie-Doodles and daydreams . . . "Mis- chief, thou art afoot" . . . Mr. Flat-top . . . Le Brecque . . . "Brat!" Football, 1, 2, 3, Class President, 25 Student Council, lg Dance Committee, 1, 2, Hi-Y, 2, 83 Homeroom Representative, 35 Boys State, fA1ternateD 2. This year's team' started on a promising note when Coach Mullarkey welcomed five lettermen to his opening day practice. These five and a junior varsity grad shaped into one of Northis most successful squads in the last ten years. North started strong, winning their first four games in quick succession. Natick fell 55-35, then Thayer 76-37, fol- lowed by Arlington 76-51, and finally lVIission 88-58. The Raiders showed remarkable scoring balance in these games. Al Adams, Bob Walsh, and Doug Grutchfield all turned in high scoring performances to keep the opposition reeling. Everett brought North its first loss by coming from behind and Winning a thriller 63-57. Mullarkey's men werenit stopped by this and went on to win five more in succession against powerful opponents. Archbishop Williams gave Raider fans their Hrst squeaker with Bob Walsh bringing the victory home, 49-46, with clutch foul shooting. North then rolled over Weymouth 80-53, Rindge Tech 83-55, Newton 76-61, and VVeymouth again 74-52. In these games Jack Crowley, Cliff Cox and Don Stevenson displayed their scoring ability and spar- kling defensive touch. Powerful Brockton caught North on an off night, and the Raiders came out on the wrong end of a 68-59 score. Northhneeding two wins to qualify for Tech, bounced back to beat Braintree 73-56 and Rindge Tech 84-68 to reach the 652' goal. A return game with Braintree proved a thriller with North copping a 67-64 win. A cold North Quintet dropped a 61-52 decision to previously beaten Ar- lington. However, Mullarkeyis Raiders rebounded in a thrilling overtime period to an upset victory over unde- feated Brockton 71-69. Dependable reserves led by Dick lllann and Paul Pain- ten, backed up by Jack Carney, John Huber, Bruce Fitz- patrick, and Eddie Deane have given North's first six strong confidence and helped them to a successful season. JEAN ANN COWEE 63 Dorchester Street Jeanie-Root beer at Al's . . . Tan "Merc's" . . . Oh, those summers in Can- ada! Receptionist, 13 Bowling Club, 1g Girls' Club, 35 'Manet, 33 Homeroom Representative, 3. CLIFFORD A. COX 85 Fayette Street Clzlff-Casey at the bat . . . Davy Crock- ett . . . Priscilla . . . "Boss' orders." Bas- ketball, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, Q, 35 Dance Committee, 35 Hi-Y, 3. JOHN CROWLEY Q5 Tirrell Street Jack-Bette . . . Quarterback sneak . . . Lunch in a telephone booth . . . "Yeah, but." Football, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Track, 1, 2, 3g Class President, 3, Class Treasurer, Q3 Student Leader, 1, Q, 35 Hi-Y, 2, President, 3, Boys' State, 2, Graduation Marshall, 2. . 2. 'itslwgfts Bob Walsh KKWY' Cliff Cox Al Adams Coach Mullarkey Jack Crowley Doug Grutchfield Don Stevenson RICHARD CUNNIFF DAVID CUSHING SANDRA L. DAHL Q9 Conant Road 118 Faxon Road 156 Harriet AVGHUC Richie-Dorchester . . . "Do I have to, Gush-Bake's for vanilla cokes . . . Sandy-Missouri . . . Fried Clams . . . teach?" . . . "You:-ie kids." W. Y. C .... Outboards. Rifle Club, 2, 3g "Sure it is!" . . . On time? . . . Record M anet, 3 g Motion Picture Operators' Club, 3. Hops. Girls' Club Executive Board, 33 Homeroom Representative, 2, Library Staff, 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee, 3g Rifle Club, 1. Aix Whoops ! Swffczif Coming down with the ball homie Yeach 5613 B025 PRISCILLA ANNE DAUPHINEE 4 Appleton Street Pussy-Soda Fountain at Dauph's . . . Chinese food. Teachers' Career Club, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 3g Library Recommen- dation Committee, 2, 33 Sketch Club, 1, 2, 3g North Star, 3, Biology Club, 1, QQ Library Staff, 1. BARBARA ANN DAY 269 Beale Street Babs-B. A. D. Barbara . .'. Julius Caesar 405! Girls' Club, 33 Receptionist, 1. RICHARD DELUCA 491 Quincy Shore Boulevard Duke-Hot rodder . . . "He's getting up!" . . . "Get 'em Duke!" . . . Dorchester. fl U15 ""'? .",., J.. ff'-Q E1 1" - H. 1 ' 'Q L pgfgcg Vg-1tii1,'i,-.t' .fi i 5 , .nk ll ' A 5 KN Q. 'Qwfl N. fs T., : ax .Vs umm 7, Three-armed Walsh 433 'Q . QM, Twelve sure points. Crowley for two. NANCY A. DIBONA 47 Trafford Street Nance-3 Musketeers . . . Fred . . Q.C.L.B.O.J .... Long distance calls . . . 3 Secrets . . . The heaven. Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 35 Dance Committee, 1, 29 Homeroom Rep- resentative, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 35 Girls' Club, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, Drill team, 1. 'xx 'lik X '26 JANET A. DISTEFANO 41 Franklin Avenue Steffie-Soup's all wrong . . . "Did you do your P.D.?" . . . My boy, flat-top. Girls? Club, 3, Manet, 3. ,pfil HARRY EVERETT DIXON 143 Brook Street "That's enough!" . . . Spinner of Class- ical platters . . . A smile for everyone. Radio Club, 1, 2, Manet, 3, Sketch Club, 3. Good Luck Raider rebounds Jump, Al JOHN FRANCIS DOLPHIN 64 Walnut Street Frank-Sawdust . . . Supreme Meat Man . . . Kids around the corner. Radio Club, 1, 2, Sketch Club, 2, 3g North Star, 3, M anet, 3. , GEORGE B. DONOHUE 17 Muirhead Street "What, peel in this?" . . . 61 Bromfield Street . . . Fut1u'e diggers . . . "At least there's always business!" Biology Club, lg Baseball, 1g Rifle Club, 35 Motion Pic- ture Operators' Club, 1. V f ff' if A Q7 MICHAEL DOYLE 43 Glover Avenue M 'ike-"Ya know something" . . . Flaming Ford. Football, 2, Committee, 3. . . . VVhitey 3g Prom I l x MARGARET A. DRAKE 14 Price Street lkfarggie-Yacht Club . . . Trucks and shovels . . . 6 o'clock in the morning. Dflu Team, 1, 9, 33 Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, 31 Manei, 3g Girls, Club, 3. Co-Captains-Fred and Dick Coach Laing's hockey contingent, hampered by lack or experience, returned to the Arena ice for another campaign. The team elected Dick Cobban and Fred Cook to lead them against all opposition. The Raiders received ine goal-tending from sophomore Tommy Lloyd and spar- kling play from defensemen Dick Cobban and Tom Noon- an. Fred Cook, Jack Ready, and John Joyce composed the strong first line which kept the opposition constantly on their toes. Red O'Neil, Tom McNeice, and Bob Quintiliani provided the second line with a good scoring punch. North's royal rooters have really enjoyed Thursday eve- nings at the Arena with the Raider ice-men. JOYCE DREYER 56 Hamilton Avenue Joycie-"Shows you're thinking" . . . '49 Merc . . . Montclair kids . . . Al's drive-in. Drill Team, lg Drum Majorettes, 2g Co- Head, 3, Glee Club, 13 Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Basketball, lg Rifle Club, 1. ELLEN DUMPHY 34 Walker Street Susie-S.S.S .... Dorchester gal . . . An advertisement for Gleem. Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 35 Girls' Sports, 1. A' 015' T. Noonan and F. Cook T. McNeice and R. Quintiliani Tom cages one GRAHAM ELLIS 17 Winslow Road Sonny-H.P .... Hot 341 . . . Squantum Corner . . . Call anytime . . . Girl shy. WEBSTER J. ELLIS 17 Winslow Road Junior-Squanturn, 1, 816-interested? CAROL EMERTON 124 Montclair Avenue 2, 3 . . .'48 Buick, Lemmy-Yes, dear . . . Mystery Street . . . The King. Library Staff, 1, Q, 3g Rifle Club, 1, Q, 33 Girls' Club, 3. as 5 29 I R. Cobban A G- R ,Y 90? 'yall Grab it, Jack RONALD J. ENNIS 1 Mayflower Road Del-Corner kid . . . Speed . . . Squanturn, 1, 2, 3 . . . Frank's Sub Shop. Motion Pic- ture Operators' Club, 2, 3. N --0 JOAN EVANS 133 Bromfield Street Goldilocks . . . Witch . . . At last . . . "What a shame!" . . . Marcia's other half. Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Executive Board, 3g Drum ' Majorettes, 3, Glee Club, Q, 35 Teachers' Career Club, 1, 2, 39 Drill Team, 23 Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 3. JEANNE EWING 241 East Street Snowy white pearls . . . Anchors Aweigh . . . Moments to remember . . . Filene's Junior Dresses. Receptionist, 1, 2. -, V ' M 'lf A ' I Q X. ' ,F ik- twirl 4.1 J. Cooke and R. O'Neil J. Joyce and J. Ready Cook assisting MAUREEN FALLON 105 Hollis Avenue M aggie-Watermelon . . . S.S.S .... Shed a tear . . . "Let's." Girls' Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, Q, 3g Glee Club, 3s M anet, 35 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3. BRUCE JOHN FITZPATRICK 112 Oxenbridge Road F itzie-A smile for everyone . . . Raider football fan . . . Nash. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Football, 2, 3. 31 ELIZABETH FONTAINE 79 Walnut Street Liz-Wilkie's bodyguard . . . "I didn't see that red light" . . . Jordan's helper. M anet, 35 Girls' Club, 3g Student Leader, 3. ,,x CROSS COUNTRY ,fav 1 Q L MARY C. FONTAINE 77 Walnut Street Practice tonight . . . "Cut the comedy" . . . C. C. and P. M .... Lov-lee . . . Rocky. Cheerleader, 1, 2, Head 3, Student Leader, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 1, Q, 3. i , X. ,mx 1, ,, Go! Go! Go! Three words that represent the spirit of our hustling track squads! The lead off of these is the Cross Country men, who after two and one-half miles are still fresh and ready for all comers. The Winter Track Squad carries the middle man's baton. Passing the opposition, they hand OH to the Anchor men, our Spring Track team, Who finish a job Well done. Olympics, prepare-the speed- sters from North are coming. KATE FORD 1 Winslow Road Katie-Live wire . . . Fashion gal . . . "Got my license !" . . . Million-dollar smile. Dance Committee, 2, 3, North Star, 1, 2, 33 Radio Club, 1, 2, 3g Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Sports, lg Teacher's Career Club, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, M anet, 3. .,- -41. 5 . wi it 'W V f ELLA L. FRAZIER 25 Birch Street Canadian fondness . . . Hillbilly fan . . Hopes to be flying high. Glee Club, 1, 2 3g Girls' Club, 3, Nurses Career Club, 3 ,""'4 fi. Western roll WI TER TRACK E e .y 5 5 ,, I ' l 1, l E3 ii 2 A 1 is tif' 211 3 0 25' 5 f ,irc v ef-17-1 On your mark BETTY A. FRENCH 118 Atlantic Street No more silver . . . Left or right? . . . Plymouth or Dodge? . . . "Not rain!" Girls' Club Executive Board, 3g Glee Club 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3g Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3. lift NANCY FRIEDENBERG 865 East Squantum Street Nance-Witch . . . Nasty break . . "Who's got tunafish?" . . . Braintree. National Honor Society, Q, 33 Teachers' Career Club, 2, 35 Student Leader, 3g Library Recommendation Committee, 1, 2, 3g Prom Committee, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 3 Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, M anet, 3 Drum Majorettes, 34 Dance Committeei 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll, 1, 92, 3.' BONNIE RAE GALLANT 37 Tyler Street Bonnie Baby-S. S. S .... Red Ford . . "Wanna shag?" . . . VVonder kid-36 . . "Billy . . . H. T. H. A. Y. Girls' Club, 3 Dance Committee, 3. . .... ,., Practice Makes P61'feCf Versatile Chris Bench as a Whole THOMAS GALVIN JOHN J. GARAFOLO BRENDA GREEN 23 RaWSOI1 Road 58 Hodges Avenue 20 Bishop Road Tony-1479 at Baked! ' ' ' Beach Market' Galouch-Cookie . . . Mel's establish- New Yorker . . . Neat as a pin . . . Oh boy 661' - - - Spik6'S and B1'11C6,S B- 0- N- G ---- ment . . . Quincy High Boys. . . . Fans . . . Gyrene. Girls' Club, 3g Re- Sucosendeous? Student Leader, 3g Prom Committee, 3g Hi-Y, 35 Dance Commit- tee, 3g Manet, 3g Rifle Club. 2. ceptionist, 33 Dance Committee, 35 Glee Club, 2. 1 SPRING TRACK ' 1 2 . l LQ Q If E 1 Q, . , ,J E c ,ge f 1 , A 1 ' V, ,YI - ii, Look out for the rafters CARL GREENBERG PAUL HANNON FRANCES HARRIS 48 Cummings Avenue 14 Franklin Avenue 63 Hodges Avenue Hankf"For goodness sakes!" . . . Hot Moose's. helper . . . "Is there a black cat Chevle . . . Cool Hydro. Rifle Club, Motion Picture Operators' Club, 3. on the fleld? Football, 1, 2, 3. F rannie-Saturday nights at Theata Rho . . . Rolling Ridge . . . Worcester. Girls' Club, 35 Bowling Club, 1, 23 Dance Com- mittee, 2, 3, Receptionist, Q, 39 Girls' Sports, Ig North Star, 1, Q5 Manet, 3. 6. ,, ,..r V V A 35 4 , ,.nvfA....., V, ...M Y' 'FFF' . wh' 34, ,,f. ' df V ' Q' ' VJ! .' , A aut.-8 - A- S 'L . 4' 1, 1, ,' ' 3. ffl- , ' i ,v 1 1 Ju A-no-A E 1 six Y 3' an ig gg, x 3 Hx," I is F ROBERT L. HARRIS 39 Cummings Avenue Bob-"Who's your buddy in 4Q8?" Compare sliderules . . . Newcomer. tion Picture Operators, Club, 3. ,,.,. ,,,. .. ..,..,. V. ..,,, . x w- , u Coach Forrest "I see a robin. It's baseball season. Let's go kids!" Coach Forrest's men are off to Bishop Field to begin their spring training. Backed by the mound corps of Cliff, Bill, and Al, the keystone combo of John and Jack, and the defensive power of Dick, Connie, and Jack, the Raider nine is a sure pennant Winner. JOSEPH L. HEFFERNAN 41 Ferndale Road - - - J oe-Hot rod . . . Home Market promoter MO- . . . Those gas station boys! JOHN HERLIHY 21 Eustis Street Hurl-Classy second sacker . . . "Fore!' . . . We may never meet again . . . "WoW!' Hockey, 1, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, 33 Football 1, Homeroom Representative, 1, 2, 3, Prom Usher, 2, Student Leader, Q3 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, M anet, 3 3 Graduation Usher, 23 Hi-Y, 2, 3. 9 9 9 'llil i. 7 K ' 2 . L 1 sl L .wvQ. A KI ..,..,. I -' , X- V. . Y 1 ' -. 'W ' - v .:Q: s X . Al Adams Bill Wanless Connie Ashland N Pre-game brieing BARBARA L. HOLMES 393 Belmont Street Barb-Red . . . Northeastern University . : . Always smilin' . . . The fool thing. Biology Club, 33 Teachers' Career Club, 3g Brojection Club, 1, Library Club, 15 Choir, 15 National Association for Promo- tion of Study of Latin, 1. JUDITH D. HOLMES 8 Shepard Street Judy-"Illinois, here I come!" . . . Jack . . . Nancy . . . "Gee's Louise? Girls' Club, 33 Bowling Club, 1, 35 Dance Com- mittee, 3. SYLVIA HOLMES 393 Belmont Street Syl-"For heaven's sake!" . . . Music and dancing . . . G. B. Honor Roll, 1, Q3 Glee Club, 35 Library Recommendation Committee, 3, Teachers' Career Club, 3, Biology Club, 3. I 37 1 "Ai ' 4' , mf Johnny Herlihy Coach Forrest shows the boys the secret grip "1 Cliff Cox an IRENE HOTTELMANN 5 Oliver Street "I" . . . O'Day's little secretary . . . "Sine I did" . . . Posters and paints. Prom Com- mittee, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team Manager, 1. JOHN STANLEY HUBER 31 Sharon Road Jack-"Still water runs deep" . . . Dotty . . . Gridiron man . . . Sailing, sailing National Honor Society, 2, President 3 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Football, 2, 3 Dave Chaddock 1, A.. Fran Thomson Jack Carney Dick Cobban Q. - liihm , V 'wmffaa , ,aa X. X ,, I ,K - ---- A,-.a A- h-is -..xt +I : YN' ix Don Stevenson CAROL HURLEY 305 Beale Street IRVING B. HUTCHINSON 204 Wilson Avenue "Lost my glasses!" . . . Palettes and Hutch-"That's the breaks" . . . Rand brushes . . . "Grub" . . . On the Water- Candy . . . Barbara. M anet, 3. front . . . Witch. Student Council, 1, 2g Class Secretary, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3g Graduation Usher, 2, Girls' State Alternate, 25 Sketch Club, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, JOSEPH ILACQUA 86 Edwin Street Joe-Major's boy . . . Sailing, sailing . . . Camera crewman at the stadium. North Star Photographer, 3. 3, Manet, 3. W , ,,,. m is:-ffl ' X! ? . ,, A . - '5Z.','f'w is ' E ' .x Z 'xg 1. TENNIS TEAM VVhether serving from the back court or returning from the fore, the racketeers of North Win the set every time. GOLF TEAM Driving from the tee, blasting from the trap, or putting on the green, North Quincy's golf team always emerges vic- torious. There certainly are no duffers or hackers in this group, pars and birdies are the results of the day. RICHARD W. JACK 150 Pine Street Dick-Family of teachers . . . "Where's Carol?" . . . Off to Maine . . . Hayloft Jamboree. Hi-Y, Q, 3, Rifle Club, 3g Manet, 3. J. ROBERT JACKSON JR. 11 Shepard Street Bob-"Give us a little flex!" . . . Hot '48 Ford . . . Frank's. FRANCIS JARVIS 11 Labadine Street Fran-Plaid suit coat . . . Hard to find . . . L'homme francais . . . Nazerene bound. Biology Club, 2. I 1 ,..,,f- - uf . .A , 52 . , mf.. I 'A K q.93i'Ek. X 552 .g?.'-"Y1f'f.'Q3xs Q ir gQvQ,l'v'lhq .ff , , wig' W'-Us ..' -f '-l,5,if4-.,Qf,oQ. HW.-.-x ,i in , " 'ff . REGINA JOHNSON 126 Billings Street Reggie-"Twirp" . . . "Mrs. Joy" . . . De- cember 7, 1953 . . . Telephone Company rooter. Girls' Club Executive Board, 33 Homeroom Representative, 3g Dance Committee, 2, 3g Girls' Sports, 1, Prom Committee, 3 3 Honor Roll, 3. JOHN E. JOYCE 36 Bromfield Street Jack-Roy'l and a mix . . . "Good morn- ing" . . . Industrial Lunch. Hockey, 2, 3. MARY KEEGAN 167 Norfolk Street Fran-"Ain't it though !" . . . Fancy pants Marine . . . Dark eyes . . . Bill . . . "Cud- dlesZ" Girls' Club, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3g Dance Committee, 3. if 3 ,1 A WW 4 af -1 "-mf ,. ml .i giifrilililfiillflfwlliiflllilllll'lf W Q ill W V f Wil til ' ' ,f , f CHEERLEADERS Take eight pretty girls of various sizes, add a pinch of mis- chief, a dash of pep, and a generous measure of school spirit. Work them a short time under the direction of lVIr. Forrest, a longer time in the cafeteria with Mary Fontaine, then put these girls on a football Held or a basketball court to lead the loyal rooters in the best cheers North has ever heard. Da-Da-DaDaDa-- FIGHT! l 1711 ' High string, 300 7 , , , GIRLS BOWLI G "It's a strike." This is a familiar shriek at the Norfolk Downs Alleys every Mon- day afternoon when the Girls' Bowling Club, under the direction of Miss McCoy, moves in. These energetic girls really have lot of fun, besides developing their skill at bowling. A mouth-watering banquet tops the year's activities. This is bowling? RITA KEEGAN ELAIN.E KENNEDY GEORGE R- KENNEY JR- 167 Norfolk Street 18 Windsor Road .18 Iiamden Circle . Twin sister . . . "Isn't he cunnin!" . . . Lainey-Another ring! . . . Crazy socks Dick-' 49 Ford - - - One 0f the gas Station "Where,s Mary?" Dance Committee, 3, . . . "Well, ah" . . . "Got any bobby pins?" b0.YS - - - Good 10010118- Girls' Club, 3. Glee Club, 2, 33 Nurses' Career Club, 3g Girls' Club, 33 Dance Committee, 2, 3. Sli SPORTS BASKETBALL Good sports on the floor and off, North's lady athletes Work diligently to uphold the honor of "the weaker sexf' Fouls, freeshots, and forfeits combine to make Tuesday afternoons exciting times in North's gym. Up, up, and away Jump MARLIES KNUEPPEL 14: Walnut Street "T.S.S. Neptuniaf' . . . "Kids down the corner?" . . . J.A.D.McD.-R.H.F.D. Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, Biology Club, lg North Star, 1, 2, Sketch Club, 1. ANDREA R. KUNDSIN 71 Pratt Road A-Strictly from Vogue . . . Witch . . . Goalpost gal . . . Sweet Sixteen . . . "Oh you bums!" lllanet Editor-In-Chief, 33 Drum Majorette, Q9 Head Drum Major- ette, 33 Girls' Club Executive Board, 3g Student Council, QQ Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Prom Committee, 35 Prom Usher, 23 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 35 National Honor So- ciety, 2, 3g Girls' Sports, 1, Q. 525- S 43 as THOMAS E. LAITINEN 13 Cummings Avenue Tom-Hot muffler . . . "T I G" . . . Pizza . . . One of Bake's boys . . . Wood butcher. Band, 1, Manet, 33 Rifle Club, Q. 'T .-w I -I-X PATRICIA LAMAY 71 Billings Road Pat-Rusty . . . First love . . . L.N.H. . . . Is there a special boy up there? Library Staff, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee, 3. l V? , X, KATHERINE M. LANTERY 332 Billings Road Kay-Shattuck Country Club . . .W.Y.C. . . . Oh beautiful Elm Street . . . 404N . . . Make nice. Girls' Club Executive Board, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 3g'Prom Usher, 23 Gradua- tion Usher, Qg Teacher's Career Club, 1, 2, 35 Honor Roll, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, Q3 Dance Committee, 1, Q, 3, Prom Committee, Q5 M anet, 3. SENIOR CLASS GFFICERS Jack Crowley, President As We pulled in from our senior year-Jack as engineer- Nancy, Carol, and Doug as conductors-Fwe left shows, formals and record hops behind. The tracks are cleared for our successors. All Aboard! Engine "56', is leaving North Station for various destinations. RUTH LEBARON 32A Glover Avenue Ruthie-Brownie . . . Facts and figures . . . Jitterbug, Doug? Giggles . . . 4 A.M. . . . You're sure, Barb? Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls, Club Executive Board, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 35 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 39 Girls' Sports, 1, Q, 3, Prom Committee, 33 Drill Team, lg Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. -l' 54 if, Vg. .y 'Nxt '-'-.as x . "Q lf!!! Doug MacGregor, Treasurer Nancy Spargo, Vice-President in W' .J :ff- , f L U3 P R , X ex 1 X ll fir 1 , .1 N 2 55' FRANCES C. LEYYIS 18 Mayflower Road Franny-Art school . . . Pizza and water- melon . . . Reserved seats . . . Batons and bugles. Sketch Club, 33 Girls, Club, 3. F f-- if f 96, - Xi gm x g lj' ng. NANCY JEAN LEWIS 46 Bellevue Road Nano-One of the nightingales . . . Big blue eyes . . . Nummy . . . Judy. Recep- tionist, 23 Library Staff, 1, Q, Nurses' Career Club, 35 Bowling Club, 35 Jfanet, 3, Girls, Club, 33 Dance Committee, 3. Carol Hurley, Secretary 45 JOYCE M. LINDBOM 61 Parke Avenue Joycie-Songbird . . . Favorite magi- cian?? . . . Oh, joy unbounded. Glee Club, 1, Q3 Secretary 33 Nurses' Career Club, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Manef, 3. is WG 45 JU 1oR CLASS OFFICERS MIKE LINEHAN 198 Landsdowne Street M ike-"You're not too tough" . . . Squan- tum-1, 2, 3. Bill Denneen, President The Junior Class zoomed off in early fall with Bill as pilot, Vickey as co-pilot, and Mary and Doug as navigators. Rec- ord hops, school buttons and class ring innovations were all on board. Miss McCoy in the control tower guided them KARL S- LUNGMIRE on to their destination-their senior year. 27 Shoreham Street Karl-Hot clarinet . . . One of the Moose's boys . . . VVeight lifter. Band, 1, 92. JON W. LOOK 234 Beach Street Jake-Milwaukee 56 . . . Bling II . . . Fair!! . . . "Where's the party?,' . . . "Where's Red??" Hi-Y, 1, Treasurer, 2, 35 M cmet Layout Editor, 33 Student Council, 3, Traffic Squad, 35 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 39 Prom Committee, 33 Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. w frm ' ' 2' S " ,f ,452 gh., N .gl J I . 1 ,think-2. - ' . .- - -. Mary Greene, Vice-President Vicky Seaman, Secretary Doug Grutchield, Treasurer Dance Committee in action 'UW DOROTHY MACDONALD 41 Warwick Street Dottie-Truck Driver . . . O. M. H. 3 . . . F. M. O. A., 1, Q, 3, . . . Subtle. . . "How old are you?" . . . Dainty . . . Talented twirler . . . 409?? Drill Team, 1, Drum Majorette, Q, Co-head, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 35 Prom Usher, Q3 Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, Illanei, 33 Dance Committee, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Sports, Q, 35 Glee Club, 1, Q, 3. -rr. . , .-f,,,,, sn! 'Q JG! DORIS F. MACGREGOR Q7 Sewall Street Dolly-'Weekends on the Vineyard . . . Pizza . . . Rainbow Saturday nights. Girls' Sports, 1, Q, 3, Receptionist, 1, Q3 Dance Committee, 1, Q, 3, Student Council, Q, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, Secretary, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3. DOUGLAS R. MACGREGOR Q7 Sewall Street Doug-"VVhat's the matter with that?" . . . '48 DeSoto . . . 4 A. M .... Jitterbug? . . . N. H. night owl. Spring Track, 1, Q, 3, Prom Usher, Q3 Graduation Blarshall, Q, Class Treasurer, 3, Hi-Y, 1, Vice Presi- dent, Q, 3g Dance Committee, 1, Q, 3, Prom Committee, 3g Traffic Squad, 3. U,,f,,,, ..... ,. - "Sis , 1. K avg 'E l l ii STUDENT COUNCIL Beanies, bookcovers, dances, assemblies, scholarships are badges of an active Student Council. This year's council, With Bob Walsh as president, has been responsible for many successful innovations. Who can forget the red and black beanies that colorfully topped every scholarly head, or the smartly designed book covers with seal on front and campus on back that rejuvenated texts with one foot in the grave, or the coolest man this side of heaven-our own disc-jockey, Tom McNeice-playing platters of heavenly dance tunes at our rock-and-roll sessions? And all these in- novations piled up money too for a school gift and a scholarship. Bookcovers, beanies, and Bob ANN MACKENZIE Q09 Highland Avenue Ann-Wiggles . . . P. J. parties . . . "You'd better believe it" . . . O. M. H. 1 . . . "You,re neat" . . . M. S. 41. . . F. M. O. A., 1, 2, 3. Drill Team, Q, Drum Majorette, 3, Girls' Club Executive Board, 3 3 Nurses' Career Club, 2, President, 3, Dance Com- mittee, 1, Q, 35 Receptionist, 1, 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y, 3. MARCIA MACKENZIE 78 Kemper Street Musk-Anchors aweigh . . . "Gotcha!!" . . . Sat. nights at Rainbow . . . Joan's other half . . . "Hip, hip." Cheerleader, 3, Drill team, Q, Student Council, 1, Homeroom Representative, 2, Dance Committee, 1, 2, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 92, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Prom Com- mittee, 3 3 Student Leaders, 3. ARTHUR MAHONEY 146 Huckins Avenue Art-"What the Bling!" . . . "Dot the i" . . . My kingdom for a car. Basketball: 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 33 M anet Co-Business Man- ager, 3, Prom Usher, 25 Dance Committee 1, 2, 33 Boys' State Alternate, 25 Gradu- ation Usher, 2, North Star, 1, 2. Corridor cop Council Co-op , i . BARBARA MALONEY 36 South Bayfield Road Barb-Pine Tree State . . . "Number, please!" . . . Wheel House for coffee. Girls' Sports, 1. ROBERT W. MANN 35 West Elm Avenue Bob-Rangoon Redskins . . . Dad's cot- tage . . . "For Pete sakes!!,, . . . New Ford. Football, 1, Q, 3, Winter Track, Q, 3g Glee Club, Q, President 3, Library Recommen- dation Committee, Q, 3, Tennis, Q, 3. iii "','u"-9 49 ALLAN MARCOU 116 Barham Avenue Al-Fish . . . Hot '50 Ford "YH boys. Hi-Y, 3, Rifle M anet, 3. . . . One of the Club, 1, Q, 3, -Y V In the line of art, with no competitor, Jon Look Was chosen as our editor. THE MANET Back in September when school began, Mr. Hofferty was a busy man. He chose Art and Steve as the business brains, And then picked out Andrea to hold up the reins. N... ' 0 LLEII? KE RYYE pill' DOROTHY MARROCCO LORRAINE E. MATHEWS JOAN MATHIESON 250 Newbury Avenue 134 Safford Street ' 45 Florence Street Dotti-Goldie's other half . . . Bowling l Larry-"Listen to this" . . . DeSoto with Wilkie-"Need a ride?" . . . ' I m star alley blues . . . Army S. S. S. Girls' Sports, a drum . . . 1281 minute. . .Joan's pal . . . vin!" Girls' Club, 3, Dance Committee 1, 3, Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, St. J's. Band 1, Q, 3, M anet, 3, Honor 2, 3, M anet, 3, Girls' Sports, l. 1, 3, Girls' Club, 3. Roll, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3. The Editorial Staff met our demands. With many ideas and willing hands, The Patron Staff with cheery faces, EDMUND MCADAM KATHLEEN MCBRIDE NANCI E. MCCORMICK 122 Beach Street -Q17 West Squantum Street 11 Ellington Road Ed-Hot Chev , , , Swab , , , "Say Whenyy' Kath-"Oh, I don't know?" . . . "Dill- "Lover Boy" . . . Movies movles movies . . . Brando . . . Workouts , , , Supreme, I mean Dell!" . . . 7fQ6f53 . . . M.C.J.- . . . Coffee at the Waldorf Semper S.T .... Plyms-'54. lllanet, 3, Special Fidelis. Basketball, lg Athletic Club, 1g M anet, 3 Hi-Y, 35 North Star, 3. office worker, Q, 3, Dance Committee, 3, Glee Club, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Library Staff, 1. ,X . 51 , N Went door to door to earn their places. The advertisers Went out on their jaunts, And came back with money to fill all our wants. ELIZABETH MCNALLY 24 Walker Street Liz-O.M.H.2 .... M.S.4 .... F.M.O.A., 1, 2, 3 . . . The Grey Bomber . . . Broad- way directors have nothing on this gal. Girls' Club, Vice President, 3g Nurses' Career Club, 1, Treasurer, 2, 3, Drill Team, 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2g Traffic Squad, 35 Manet, 3. N211 5 A 1 .JP THOMAS MCNEICE 21 Hodges Avenue Tom-Eight ball . . . B.A.M .... Squan- tum Park . . . Frank's . . . U.S.M.C. Foot- ball, 1, 2, 33 Hockey, 33 Student Leaders, 3. I '52 A x. , ..4u'.ng5Q'-if ' 1 gf -I:-,.3g,.'.-gtg: - , 5 '-1':'.:1r,".1,':r'f"' .ss 'af ff GREGORY F. MEAGHER 154 Vassall Street Greg-Gung-ho . . . Andy's . . . Always on time!! . . . New York . . . Church-key . . . You cack. Rifle Club, 23 Manet, 3. The reliable typists with scarcely a rest, Did What they could to make this the best. 4 RICHARD J. MENSLAGE 11 Walnut Street Dick-Antoine . . . Shag . . . "She's nice" . . . Fitz and coffee . . . Disaster kids "38." Prom Committee, 35 Dance Committee, 35 Glee Club, Ll, 3g Hi-Y, Q, 3. And years in the future when school life is done, We'll never forget all these hours of fun, So with thanks to all those who have worked hard to plan it, V We're wishing success for the '56 M anet. LORIS JEAN MILLER 188 Belmont Street Lolly-"Anybody got some gum?" . . . O. M. H. 6 .... 'Tm cold" . . . Pizza! Tri- Hi-Y, 33 Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3, OHice Worker, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Treasurer, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3g Dance Committee, Q, 3, Manet, 3, Traffic Squad, 3. SHIRLEY MILLER 32 Channing Street G. S .... Billings Road . . . "Fudgie" . . Jackie the rabbit . . . Cars, cars, cars Nurses' Career Club, 33 Mixed Glee Club 33 Girls' Club, 3. l I NANCY E. MOODY 36 Taylor Street Shrimp-"Hot Rod Annie" . . . Witch Hazel . . . You don't know do you? Bowl- ing Club, 2, 33 Nurses' Career Club, 33 Girls' Club, 33 M anet, 3. 's A f - - smfxgf KATHLEEN MOORE 68 Barham Avenue Petty-Wentworth . . . Society . . . "Let's hear it, kids" . . . S. S. S. Cheerleader, 2, 33 Girls' Sports, 1, Q, 33 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club Executive Board, 33 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3g M anet, 33 Homeroom Representative, 3. CAROLE MORGAN , 14 Ocean Street Carole-S. S. S .... Tony's gal . . . Pizza . . . P. J. hostess . . . Quincy-no. 11. Dance Committee, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports, 1, 33 Girls, Club, 3. TM 335' ' GIRLS' CL B "No boys allowed!" when the elite planners of the Girls, Club-Di, Liz, Judi, Lolly, and the Executive Board-sit in esoteric session with Miss Melanson and Miss McCoy. But "Boys welcomedn when the plans of the initiated ma- terialize into heavenly dances, community activities, and the Christmas and The M anet shows. "You gotta have Heart 54 Christmas playmates "Silent Night" After hard work comes the reward -WWW ' riff Q.-ii.-fi Z' J., 453' W ' A Zkitji' Ji, 3, f. , , W 1:93 . 'ma , , Ki MARY MOYNIHAN 29 Faxon Lane M ary-"Any dance Saturday night?" . . . Cheeringitis . . . Mr. Clunie's secre- tary . . . Rita,s other half. Dance Com- mittee, 1, Q, 3g Receptionist, 925 Girls' Club, 3, Prom Committee, 3. f ,, ,':,w,,,,, V ' 1 ,f . if ' L ','f e Mm, nl , we age f 253, fi.: "?f., ,. v 1 3. , ' -f 'J 'im' f ' 4 1 ' , 1. 'r V45 ,ii DAVID A. MULHOLLAND 29 French Street Dave-The glockenspiel kid . . . "Hey, Prof" . . . 84 H. P .... "Why so red, Mul?'f Band, 1, 2, 3g Library Recommendation Committee, 2, 3. - 55 MARY MULQUEENEY 133 East Elm Avenue M ull-Wollaston Yacht Club . . . "Smil- ey" . . . Red as a rose is she . . . Stardust. Glee Club, 2, 35 Teachers, Career Club, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 3, Girls' Club, 3. 4. tg JANE MULVANEY 13 Essex Street Jani-S. S. S .... Squantum gal . . . Pizza and coke . . . "The 12:10 blues." Girls' Sports, lg Dance Committee, 1, 2. ROBERT MUNROE 36 Pope Street Bob-Splash . . . Montclair mob . . . Brett's A. C .... "Fore!" . . . Friday nights with the rod. Golf, 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA M. MURRAY 12 Flynt Street Ginger-"Listen, Honey" . . . Northeast- ern rooter. Glee Club, 1, QQ Girls' Sports, 1g Girls' Club, 3, Homeroom Represent- ative, 3. xx The Coronation King and Queen The big moment Intermission 56 I ' 'wi Li' ,QVG- 3 X X -Q i N 4 Table reserved 5 v li 'X E- ' -.LL 'nil' 2 ' Y .I- if X it K x l I if CHRISTOPHER NASH 1Q1 Pine Street Chris-Wollaston, 7:30 . . . "Hey Mulloy" . . . Plum Island . . . "Me eye!!!.', Spring Track, 1, 3, Winter Track, 3, Student Leaders, 3, Hi-Y, Q, 3, Prom Committee, 3, Dance Committee, 3. -f ,X , Y ff ,fy 'f " Sl 'lk ,. . Qi. M f ,- is yf JOAN E. NELSON 240 Fayette Street Joanie-Steve . . . Oct. Q. 1954 . . . "Don't Awaited arrival know, do ya?" . . . French fries and Drive- ins. Girls' Club, 3, M anet, 3. mvveff' Me and M Yabulous -V Sha do Tv W" ROGER ARTHUR NICHOLAS 47 Freeman Street Roger-Grossman Worker . . . "Another day at the ol' factory" . . . "Anyone for ping pong?" Hi-Y, 3, Rifle Club, 1, 2. 43 I ' f , 152 l ' - W, , .Ll l in I , 'Qt QU! 'i 1 aegis 6 AUZHJ F SE IOR BAND After many early morning practice ses- sions the Band plays everything from Mr. Touchdown to a Bach prelude either on the football field or on the auditorium stage. Cool water on a hot sousaphone "Drummer's Doggy Dilemma" TH0MAS V- NOONANQ JR- ALEXANDER OGILVIE JAYNE O'LALOR 44 Elliot Avenue 95 Aberdeen Road 455 Quincy Shore Boulevard Tee-Pu0kp11Sher- - - Rocker - - - Oh, that Leak-One of the "D" boys . . . Hot Jaynie-First National girl . . . "Fudge, beautlful blonde Sandra! Hockey, 1' Q' 3' Dodge. Tennis Club, Q, 3, M anet, 3. fudge, fudge!" . . . Tall dark boy . . . 409. Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 2, 3, Dance Committee, 33 Girls' Sports, 15 Girls' Club, 3. .li.-l DRU MAIORETTES "Going to practice?" rings through the corridors after school as the Drum Ma- jorettes hurry out in front of the school to march. Along with the Band, the Drum Majorettes display their precision on the field. The hours of rehearsal that Andrea, Diana, Joyce, and Dottie put in are re- warded: every line is straight, every leg is,theI same height, and every roumiei is memorized when they march on the field. M 5: .l .74 'Il -, YQA . . Q . F Q 3' It 'Y 'S 'Y .., xi' vp gf Aj, . i 'G-K3 . V 9 ,Q 4 Drill Team sl ' 52' N Ly? if W ? -fi JOSEPH G. ORINT 131 Dorchester Street Tuck-"That's the Way the ball bounces" . . . Ice Cream, Cars, and loafing. PAUL A. PAINTEN 214 Highland Avenue Pablo-"Got a butt?" . . . Wollaston, 7:30 . . . "Shucks" . . . 'Tm free!" Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Track, 2, 3g Hi-Y, 1, Q, Secretary 3, Prom Committee, 3, Dance Committee 1, Q, 35 Traffic Squad, 3. RITA MARIE PALMISANO 58 Young Street Skeet-Old bench . . . Blue dots . . . 6 Bick- nell . . . Sundays, Wowie! . . . 2-bi. North Star, Advertising Manager, 39 Girls' Club, 35 Glee Club, Q, 3, Dance Committee, 3' Drill Team, 1, Q3 Nurses' Career Club, 1 2, 33 Rifle Club, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3. 3 1 T' 59 AJ , ff? fs! li f , E ' A an 2 ie? g 2 2 ,WM--wwvnlibi 1 E ,i S I if H aww -'HW-an-f9'm,, wg W, new l f ATIONAL HO OR SOCIETY Proud and expectant are We ofthe members of this Society, Whose scholarship, leadership, character, and service have merited this singular honor. They are examples of the fu- ture citizens Whose various efforts and achievements will illurnine the path of time. Make it hefty, hot, and hearty VICTOR R. PARKER 113 Atlantic Street Vic-Curly . . . 63 Colby Road . . . The Kid . . . Nantasket Nights. . . Dauph's. Rifle Club, 2. JOAN LOUISE PAUL 102 Elliot Avenue Joannie-Lorry's pal . . . Bedpost or bazooka? . . . Private taxi service . . . "C'est la vie." Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, Biology Club, 13 M anet, 35 Girls' Club, 3. PETER D. PAYNE 19 Safford Street Sapphire" . . . "Excuse me, Hazel, but---. Pete-At the "Del" . . . Gung Ho . . . "Hey, , , , PAUL H. PAYSON 34 Channing Street Pablo-"Gotta call Joan" . . . Lunkhead . . . Wollaston Beach comber! Football, 1 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, 3g Prom Committee, 3 Dance Committee, 3, Homeroom Repre sentative, Q, Baseball, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 2. ri' HAZEL D. PEDERSON 14 Phillips Street Kitten-Rootbeers at Al's . . . "R" girl. . Ken . . . M.M.A. North Star, 3g Radio Club, 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club, 3, Bowling Club, 3, Bowling Club, 1, Receptionist, 3, Sketch Club, 2. SNA' SPANISH CLUB JHabla Vd. espaiiol? Well, you have to if you Want to join this club. Under the direction of Miss Pratt, the Spanish Club meets every Friday after school. The members really live up to the name of this club for they attend Spanish plays, learn the customs of Spanish-speaking countries, and hold their meetings in Spanish. LIBRARY STAFF As a school is not complete Without a library, so a library is not complete without its staff. Headed by Miss Sherman and Miss Countie, these efficient girls and boys, charging out books, distributing library slips, straightening shelves, planning parties and poster displays, give generously of their spare time to further the educational purposes of the heart of the school. ROBERT PHELPS 9 176 Harvard Street B017-f'Where,s Shuvvy?" . . . Biology boy . . . Green Bomber. Rifle Club, 2, 3. 96 0 -V Vfyx I its I-., . 5 Noteworthy Harmony GIRLS' GLEE CLUB N orth's singing stars haunt room 402 Where they combine the job of singing with hours of technical practice. Is it any wonder, then, that their Christmas offering, Easter pro- gram, and spring concert leave the 'audience feeling like better people than before just because the spirit and job of the performers have projected themselves over the foot- lights. And the school, too, shares their achievement when they return with honors from the Spring Festival. ROBERT PIMENTEL CHARLES PLANTE ANNETTE ORLINE POIRIER 179 HuCkiI1S Avenue 69 Freeman Street 164 East Elm Avenue B05-H0t Tod - - - Squantllm, 1, Q, 33 - - - Chuck-L. P .... J. L. S. man . . . Sleepy Pierre-Dear John . . . Hot Buick . . . Hceftainlyi baby" - - - Early bird- . . . Hot rod, rt. 1. Baseball, 1, 2. "Oh, those slacks!!" . . . Pooch. Radio l Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3g Girls' Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3g Dance Committee, 1, 2, 35 Prom Committee, 33 Receptionist, 3. i SENIOR GLEE CLUB The blending voices of the mixed glee club complement those of the girls' glee club so that We feel the singing accomplishment of the school has both Variety and audi- ence appeal. On to the Metropolitan! C351 '10 Around the piano DONALD PORTER JAMES POWERS PHILIP PRATT Q54 Safford Street 224 Atlantic Street 166 Vassall Street Don-"Hey Fran, how much?" . . . King Jim-"The hill" . . . White shirt . . . "Get F lip-Rose . . . Hen . . . Joycie babe of all hours . . . "What's doing tonight?" 'um, Duke!" Band, 1, 2. Hot rod . . . Crash . . "Yea, Duke." Spring Track, 2, 3, Winter Track, 8, Dance Committee, 35 Prom Committee, 3: Hi-Y, 2, 3. -4 s., if N X vi A . l I gi.. l t A X p ,XJ IQ f , 63 x W A ti I I LIBRARY BCOK RECOMMENDATICN CUMMITTEE Sample editions of new books stacked dizzily to the ceiling of the library anterooms, feverish and enthusiastic literati burrowing into the dizzy stacks, criticisms, evaluations, approvals, dizzy stacks dwarfing into not so dizzy stacks -a full sweep of ceiling visible and inch by inch you realize the rooms, like all other rooms worthy of the name, have Walls-by dint of such intensive and scholarly research do the members of the Library Book Recommendation Committee select the additions to North's library shelves. DIANA PRONACK 231 Fayette Street Di-Three Musketeers . . . Sabu . . . T. T. T.3 . . . 0.M.H.4 . . . F.M.O.A., 1, 2, 3 . . . The heaven . . . "Straighten those lines!" Girls, Club President, 35 Drill Team, 1, Head, 3, Drum Majorettes, Q3 Dance Committee 2, 3g Prom Committee, 3, Student Council, 25 Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Girls, Sports, 1, 2, 3g Graduation Usher, Q. JOHN K. READY 93 Russell Street Jack-"Time, Pop" . . . Puck Pusher . . . Ye Olde Industrial. Baseball, 13 Hockey, 1, 2, 3. GAYNELL LOUISE RICH 66 Walker Street Gay-Out of a looking glass . . . "Sweat- sie" . . . "Gotta match?" . . . Irene's other half. Girls' Club, 3, Girls' Bowling, 15 Glee Club, 1, 3. A 64 FRED RICHARDSON 243 Wilson Avenue Freddie-Dorchester Kid . . . Dig out . . . Montclair Drug . . . Pat. ROBERT D. RICHARDSON 57 Trevore Street Rich-Blue oil burner . . . "You're swift" . . . Curly locks? . . . Pat. M. P. O. C. M.P.O.C.-What is the magic behind these curiosity- arousing letters? We are only too glad to bring that magic to the fore. It is the lNIotion Picture Operators' Club, a group of eager technicians who with their adviser, lllr. Gen- try, obtain and operate the films that enrich our textbook knowledge and transform our classrooms into honest-to- goodness movies. A big hand to Bob, Jack, and Sonny, who have turned the switch of many a classroom wonderland. SKETCH CLUB A solid gold palette to each of these potential VanGoghs whose Various and sundry mixings of colored pigments, late afternoons in 329, and painted, pasted fingers have certainly not been in vain as the ethereal beauty of the Christmas and Easter backdrops has shown us. .TUDITH A. ROCHE 156 Pine Street Judie"Jack" . . . F.M.O.A., 1, 2, 3 . . . Bell Bottom Blues . . . "Have you got any milk?" Bowling Club, 1, 2, President 3, Girls' Club Secretary, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, Q, Dance Committee, 1, Q, 39 Tri-Hi-Y, 33 Graduation Usher, 2, Health Service fy 'HQ Worker, 3g Drill team Manager, 3. i A preview of coming attractions URSBS' CAREER CLUB The ordeal of illness w0n't be bad at all when these cheery little ladies inally earn that ever-so-important black stripe. Full of dreams and expectations for the future, the nurses of tomorrow, aided by Ann and Miss Gray, busily plan various hospital tours and discussions. North might be X harboring another Florence Nightingale that the class of '56 will be proud of. LUCRETIA RONICK HARRY RUSHWORTH ANASTASIA C. RYAN 4Q Yorktown Street 11 Carle Road 74 Tirrell Street Licorice-Bill . . . Flying High . . . "You Buck-Marblehead Race Week . . . Stasia-"Fat Head !" . . . Fancy Pants All" . . . Newfie . . . Traveling Bug . . . Dauph's at seven . . . Weekends in New Marine . . . "52" Black Buick . . . 1-2-3-K Missouri . . . "Be Good!" Girls' Club, 3. Hampshire. Rifle Club, 25 Library Recom- . . . Puck crazy. M anet, 3, Dance Com- mendation Committee, 2. mittee, 1, 2, 33 Prom Committee, 3, Stu- dent Leaders, 3g Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3g Girls' Club, 3g Glee Club, 3, Girls' Bowling, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 3, Rifle Club, 3. -nr , TEACHERS' CAREER CLUB Teachers in the making are a very valu- able commodity, and so here at North we have entrusted them to the care of Mr. Casey. Tuesday homeroom periods are meeting time When key educators pin- point policies, duties, training, and atti- tudes of the profession, and the girls them- selves get a chance to preview a teacher,s life by taking over Junior High School Q . in 2 4' A O .- 1 4- ,o .. if t classes. A taste of the future PATRICIA A. SCHUMACHER 44 Freeman Street Pat-Fran's buddy . . . Fat deal . . . Fa vorite subject-T. English . . . Skippy do. Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 35 Girls' Club, 3 sketch Club, 1, Q, Girls' Glee Club, 2, sf BARBARA L. SHAFTOE 73 Glover Avenue Barb-A. A. A .... Q8 Flavors . . . M. Y. C . . . Waiting for Ruth . . . 514th . . . Witch . . . Gas. Dance Committee, 1, 2, 8g Prom Committee, 3, Homeroom Representative Q, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, 3g Honor Roll, 1, Q3 Girls' Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, M anet, 3, Nurses' Career Club, 1, 23 Prom Usher, 2, Graduation Usher, 2. X 67 LAWRENCE SHOVELTON 89 Sherman Street Larry-Phelpsie's buddy . . . Pot shot Larry . . . Scoopin' at Keene's. Rifle Club, 3, Treasurer, 3. STEPHEN P. SILVA Q29 North Central Avenue Steve-Joanie . . . October 2, 1954 . . . "You don't know do you?" . . . Business magic. Manet Co-Business Manager, 35 Band, 1, Q, 35 Spring Track, 13 Hi-Y, 3. . r CAROLYN B. V. SMITH Q6 Sachem Street Bambi-Brown eyed doll . . . Totem Pole is great . . . Holy cow . . . Pizza at Marials. Girls' Club, 3. ETHEL SMITH 877 East Squantum Street Sam-"Keep 'em guessing!" . . .Tweet- Tweet . . . Hot-Rodder. Glee Club, 2, Vice-President, 33 Girls' Club, 35 M anet, 3. Have a coke CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Bermudas, lollypops, and teddy bears recaptured our care- free kid days on June 6, from twelve to two o'clock when we celebrated North,s traditional Class Day spiked with an overflow of hilarity, but by six o'clock at our banquet and dance, we were sophisticated seniors againg and Class Day remains a fond memory. Consulting the plan book 3 4 DANCE COMMITTEE Streamers, backboards, favors, and centerpieces are topics of discussion when industrious Dance Committee members put their heads together. Catchy names are debated, color schemes are decided, and '656" finances roll in. MARY SMITH 29 Monmouth Street Shorty-"Meet you down at the corner!" . . . Ring, telephone, ring . . . "Anybody seen Alice?" Girls' Club, 3g Glee Club, 3. VINCENT SMITH 53 South Bayfield Road Vin-I.L.S .... Hottest job in the country . . . Chicago D.A. Baseball, 1, Homeroom Representative, 3. MELVIN SOLOD 14 Milton Road Hot Rod-13 Carols . . . "How's Joan?' . . . Jack's buddy . . . Hopped up blue Chrysler. Hi-Y, 3g M anet, 3. it ffflb fy Qs.. PROM CGMMITTEE The highlight of the senior year, The thing the class remembers, Comes when the end is drawing near, And glowing are its embers. To meeting places, cheery and Warm, VVent the committee to work on the Prom. After many debates and much repercussion, Louis XIV was the theme for discussion. Alan had thoughts, and Carol did too, Jon, Barb, and Nancy chimed in with the crew. Dinner after the Prom Jack and Doug had much to ponder, And soon to them, all thoughts would wander. A ballroom mural that will open your eyes, An enormous mirror that will cause much surprise. A rich Velvet carpet, long but not wide, Some stately columns and a pool at the side. The beautiful dresses, each gal was a queen. And the fellas looked nicer than we'd ever seen. The little gold bracelets caused much speculation, And the girls were all proud of this precious creation. Perfection completed, those two words are true, The evening was ended and dawn had shown through JEAN M. SOMMERS NANCY SPARGO LOIS SPEAR H 86,Sachem Street 17 Sherman Street 184 Standish Road Letshavea party!" . . . "I don't know" N-Witch . . . Ace bandage . . . "Ay- Lo-"Still twining pages?" . . . Water . . . She said "Flat-Top." Girls' Basket- ball, lg Receptionist, QQ Dance Committee 33 Girls' Club, 3. yeah!" . . . "Just joshing, of course!" . . Bermuda skirts Class Vice-President, 3 Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3g 'Glee Club, 1, 2, Gradua: tion Marshall, 23 Dance Committee, 1, 2 3, Prom Committee, 3, Girls' Club, 3 M anet, 35 Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 3. fi skiing on the Cape . . . "Who taught whom?" Bowling Club, 1, 2, Secretary, 3 3 Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, M anet, 3, Receptionist, 2, 3 g Dance Committee, 2, 3. . 'M "--.Jw Four of the fourteen Louis's Strictly off business In the beginning, there was chaos 1 69 M x. DONALD STEVENSON RICHARD A. STORM FREDERICK SULLIVAN 182 Taylor Street 1Q9 Beach Street IQ Rawson Road Stevie-The shade puller . . . Gets around Dick-"You're pinned down!" . . . Blue Sully-One of the "Y" boys . . . "And in . . . "Don't know, do you?" . . .Wollaston Chevy . . . Bound for Annapolis. Dance this corner . . ." . . . "Where's Will?" Playground. Football, 1, 2, 3g Basketball, Committee, 33 Prom Committee, 3. 1, 2, 33 Baseball, 1, 2, 3g Student Leaders, 2, 3. RECEPTION ISTS Hook a left A Word of recognition for those girls who have voluntarily spent that "eXtra,, period at the desk in front of the trophy case making newcomers and visitors feel at home in the Ways of N.Q.H.S. Whether you dropin for an informal hour or you decide to live permanently with us, your initia- tion is the more pleasant because of one of these official greeters JOHN SULLIVAN 20 Kendall Street J ack-Gallagher News . . . "Just try me!" . . . Squantum nights . . . "I'l1 try anything once!" Band, 1, 2, 33 M. P. O. C., 1, 2, 3, Basketball Manager, 3g Dance Committee 2, Glee Club, 35 Winter Track, 3. ALFRED SWEENIE 214 Beach Street Al-20-20 . . . Filters. . .N. H. Nightowl . . . Fighting Irish . . . Wollaston, 7:30 . . . "Party, Where?" National Honor Society, 2, 3g Dance Committee, 2, 3, Prom Com- mittee, 3g Student Council Treasurer, 3g Hi-Y, 2, Treasurer, 35 Honor Roll, 15 High Honor Roll, 2. PAUL TALANIAN 135 Elliot Avenue "How's Pop?" . . . The Potent Pontiac . . . Eats lunch in Dinty's. Band, 1, 2, 3g M. P. O. C., 2, 3g Manet, 83 Rifle Club, 3. HELEN A. TAYLOR 62 Brook Street Love and Marriage . . . 1-4-3-J . . . Sing- ing in the bathtub. Girls' Club, 3. Z X I CATHERINE TEGAN 8 Bowdoin Street Cathy-Snap-snap. . . Talkative . . . Twin Brother . . . Sophisticated . . . Al's Drive- in. Receptionist, 2, Dance Committee, 3. FRANCIS S. THOMSON, JR. 18 Herbert Road NORTH STAR Just as the brightest star in our heavens sends its light over the whole world, so does the biggest "Star" at North send its reporters to every corner of the school. The sports news, social news, club activities, and prominent people are seen clearly through the telescope of the Editor-in-Chief, Bev- erly Burden. After Mr. lllurphy as laboratory technician has approved all the findings, the presses start rolling and soon the news is distributed to all. The New Y ork T imes had better be careful, for competition is getting keen. BIOLOGY CLUB Nature's mysteries make more interesting stories than fiction. North's group of especially interested students in- pired by our expert, Miss Shields, have found this to be rue. They started the year with a cook-out on the beach it Sandy Point, Scituate. They combed the shores for new specimens to be used in our sea aquariums and soon became so interested that they divided into committees and or- ganized a booklet on seashore life. Talks by experts and field trips perk up the exotic tales of Mother Nature. With many of lifeis questions still to be answered, we predict some future World-shattering discoveries by North's em- bryo ichthyologists, entomologists, ornithologists, and conchologists. Red-Bashed Blue Buick . . . Frantic Full- back . . . Off to Concord. Football, 1, Q, 3g gaseball, 2, 33 Student Leaders, 3, M anet, ffm K 'all JOYCE ELAINE TINNEY 169 West Elm Avenue Joycie-Hillbilly . . . Robin . . . Pau1's, Friday nights . . . Sincerely . . . No Chance. Teachers' Career Club, 1, 2, President, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Biology Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Sketch Club, Q, High Honor Roll, lg Honor Roll, 2. X214 CAROL ELLEN URANN 60 Exeter Street Cal-Saturday nights in the Blue Bomber . . . "Did you do your French?" Tri-Hi-Y, 33' Dance Committee, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, Girls' Club, 3, Stu- dent Leaders, 3, Prom Committee, 3. KATHERINE C. VALLAS 17 Hamilton Street Kathie-"Anyone over six feet?" . . "Where's Ruthie?" . . . Hip, Hip . - - "Where's the key?" Tri-Hi-Y, 2, Vice- President, 3, Student Council, 2, Cheer- leader, 3, Girls' Club Executive Board, 3, Girls' Sports, 1, Q, 3, Student Leaders, 3, Dance Committee, Q, 3, Prom Committee, 3. STUDE T A leader in any rnan's language is a chief, a guide. And here at North Mr. Rickson and Miss McCoy have de- veloped a hand-picked group of boys and girls from ama- teurs to professional gymnasts adept as spine-tingling tumblers, as gym-class instructors, and as exponents of physical fitness. In a Word, there is here the right combina- tion of brawn and brain-and so leaders are born! A Look, Ma-No feet! l , , , LEADERS HK . Learni Teaching vu, ,,.V h 3-1 sv ., ,:rr,72""rrv 'W' ' wkrifffmfe 5 'f 'z',.fa,f N:1-swf, 1 , "-if 'ww . Q-if ., 2 ' . e. Nfl. , , ,- . Q 9 , f , f' ROBERT WADLEIGH Q0 Exeter Street . Bob-"Yo-buddy!" . . . "Got the Buickl' . . . Crazy Bill . . . "Hey Rich!" Hi-Y, 3 Rifle Club, 3, M anet, 3. pdf' k 1 ROBERT WALSH 41 Bay State Road Bob-Mr. President . . . "Hi, Honey!" . . . Quiz Kid . . . Mel's Emporium. Bas- ketball, 1, 2, 3, Student Council, 1, 2, President, 35 Boys' State, 2, Student Leaders, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 33 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 33 Prom Com- mittee, 3, Hi-Y, 1, Secretary, Q, Vice-Pres- ident, 3, High Honor Roll, 1, Q, 35 M anet, 3, Prom Usher, Q. LILLIAN WALTMAN 6 Warwick Street Lil-Skating at Sholes . . . YVeekends at Scituate . . . Apple a day. Girls' Bowling, 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club, lg Office Worker, 25 Girls' Club, 3. .ll TRI-I-II-Y The fellows and girls pictured right here Are mighty glad that this is their year. For the brand new Y, completed this Opened its doors to one and all. Bringing fun and friendship to those who came, Hi-Y and Tri, we call them by name. fall Sing while you work Who's off key? WILLIAM WANLESS THOMAS WARK DARRELL V. WHITE 7 Eustis Street 74 East Squantum Street 99 Elmwood Avenue Bill-"You're right, Al!" . . . Coach's Tom-P. G. course in 428 . . . "Lemme Satch-King of Late Hours. . .Hot Chev buddy . . . One of the brats . . . 500 words. copy it" . . . The Tumbler. Student Lead- . . . C. O. D. Corners . . . "Hail the pro Football, 1, Q, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3. eps, 2, ject!" Dance Committee, 33 Prom Com mittee, 3, Hi-Y, 83 M anet, 33 Rifle Club, 33 Glee Club, 3. HI-Y The beautiful pool-a splash party place, And the big mainroom for a shuffleboard race. Installations, inductions, and shaker work too, Here we Work for the red, white, and blue. And for pushing us onward, a pat on the back, We give to the presidents, Ruthie and Jack. Q50 mffwwf Pooling smiles. Praying for a fast buck. JOHN WHITE 59 Belmont Street Jack-Whitey . . . "Is Cliffie home?" . . . Stickball, 1, 2, 3 . . . Legion boy . . . "Whose deal?,' Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Base- ball, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 3. NANCY WHITE 41 Buckingham Road Nan-Nimble fingers . . . "Dior, who needs him?" . . . Bowls 100 . . . "Quiet?" National Honor Society, 2, Vice-President, 33 Teachers' Career Club, 2, Treasurer, 35 Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Girls' Bowling, 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3g Dance Committee, 1, Q3 Traffic Squad, 3. THEODORE B. WHITTEN - 126 Butler Road Ted-Q. B .... "Elmer's tune, where were you?" . . . Blue convertible. Football, 1, 2. ..llllll.llllllllllllll.llllllllllllllllllllllff 2 SENIOR RADIO CLUB Every lllonday afternoon in Q19, our fu- ture radio announcers, newscasters, and disc-jockeys gather together to exploit their talents in the Radio Worksllop. W J D A claims them on High School Day to exhibit the talent which they have cull tivated during the year. N B C and C B S will soon be vying for these stars. RIFLE CLUB g'Bull's-eye! ln That's a familiar cry When- ever our rifle team is in action. No matter how great the opposition may be, North's marksmen are sure to be on top. SANDRA LEE WHITNEY 78 Ardell Street Sandy-S .... "Hey, Sunshine!" . . . Witch . . . "It's A. O!" . . . "Kinda makes you wonder" . . . February. M anet, 3, Girls' Club, 3, Drill Team, 1, Q5 Drum ma- jorette, 35 Nurses' Career Club, Q, Secre- tary, 33 Dance Committee, 2, 33 Prom Committee, 35 Girls' Basketball, 1, 2, 3. .-Us n '. JOHN WILLIAMS JACQUELINE A. WOOD 125 Mayflower Road 35 Acton Street Jack-"Tennis anyone?" . . . Car crash Jackie-'57 . . . F. M. O. A., 1 2 with J. R .... "Loved U. S. History!!" O. M. H. 5 . . . Witch . . . "So well any Tennis, 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club, lg Biology way." 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Jw .'gi:b,5:z 0 ',5q5gn'33yf,f5:3':g:,git1f f -s.-mf. ,,..-.fffe-+-Sfw.-,ww .-.:2.lq,- ,,-...7.:F'm:4,ge-314.igqgggg Vmzlxhfdl 'J'qy44:'A':.,8 sm 2-4,vQfQ?,P 0-'uw .gil K .5 ,Y 4.-'fl 659 Q, lf' .alba 'atsif JS Qi, ufq,-35-Y .,.g'g,,vn ' 1:1325 NYG" isdn AENSYQSMHLQ,-24'7"lF.-,?Q0g,.o-,'211J'.fJ'e.l'- fp'-rf-'E ..-:f:w?2'f21faswsaewslff-iimwwff'" '35 fvlff ' -'.S9"zSff" N125 22' -':.z"1h- "e's':'? '9 4651, 'A'-.'6"" ' 'jft."a,'4f- .0 q' -:lirggv 5" 3'v.',g20,so'-QIQCI1 q,ln'V! "P ' 'ey 'SSA X I :1-L .1-1 .-qw'-1 w- ' . 1-H' ww --.fu1w--..'..- ' lS23fiQw5iaE52f3ii?-5'5" ?4SFig?iQ?S5-ff?" We '3f"s"v-f."11i1.i ide' .'-.S'.-aff--' "vu A 4- 4: NAS lv" J' ' 'Q val, 1'01J.,'l ' cgi! .9.f- .' ' U, Qu., :P'."'f" 7532 F" 'Zz 53 '53 .0 .. ,gags eq -9. bfi., gl!! 209, xri'x E Q1 51135 'E ' fa Ng, CAROL WYNOT PATRICIA YOUNGWORTH 53 Marshall Street 29 Standlsh Road 7 o ' Pat s other half . . . S uantum addlct . . . P1115-Carols other half . - . Lead S11 er if Y ,iq I ' ' ! if DOli1i yiou re tough!! . . . Mad twlrler, . . .,Ka1ser . .'3,?2.lCl1 .,. . Frauk s . . . Oh, rx eam, Q, Drum Majorettes, 35 you re lovely.. Glrls Bowhng, Q, Treas- ' Q 0 , 0 0 Glrls Bowlmg, 1, 2, 3g GITIS, Club Exec- urer, 3, GlI:lS, Basketball, 2,. 35. G1PlS, ublve Board, 33 Dance Committee, 1, 2, 3, Club, 32 Drill Team, Q, 3.3 Trl-H1-Y, 33 Glrls Sports, 2, 3. Dance Commlttee, 2, 3g B lology Cl b u,1. B 7 9 4 X' MOST POPULAR 1 X996 Q0 56 QC Q59 47' HLETIC 9,5 xo Jack and Ruth 590 , .50 12120, 595165 A121-Jf FRIENDLIEST 2,95 D ASCE Allen and Nancy BYCHAQU 80 Ka Doug and J' and Fred CLASS IS TS CLASS GENIUS r"'f5X Virginia and Bob ' e QKOQX DI. Q96 and T o QUIETEST INDIVIDUALISTS Dave and Fran Bob Walsh Jack Crowley Al Adams Art Mahoney Jack Crowley Jon Look Karl Longrnire . . Cliff Cox Cliff Cox Most Dependable Most Versatile Most Sophisticated Most Businesslike Best All Around Class Artists Class Musicians Class PVit Class I nseparables 81 Chris and Andrea Carol Hurley lVIary Fontaine Claire Callahan Andrea Kundsin Carol Carini Carol Hurley Bonnie Bowen Fran Keegan Priscilla Battis L I 1 1 'F' ,fx ff-is fr R fx M-4 XXX' , . I gk Qk fl, X 1, , 4 4. I I I Y ff J N L! X' I W .KI MI' ,f' PATRONS n w 1, 4 Jrfimd A ... .. .AWE 'Q I -. V-4 X ! , , ,,,,,.. , . I x, 1 I my , v 1 1 1 s SUBSCRIPTIONS RESULT M This year we have taken to the open road of literary adventure. Last September we re- solved that with our senior year at North Quincy before us, we would be done with the traditional make-up of previous M anets. We hope that you have enjoyed this excursion as much as we have through the months that we have been afoot on the journey. I keep saying "VVe,,' for I have had companions all along the path that I have chosen for this yearbook. Steve and Art encouraged the Advertising and Patron Staffs to a good fortune that Miss Mullaney and Miss Morrison invested for us. The adults, Mr. Hofferty as faculty adviser, lNIr. Bleiler as photographer, and Mr. Farnham as the connecting link between us and the publisher, saw me the whole way through. Always abreast with me were Jon, pioneering the layout arrangements, the Editorial StaH, jogging off one write- up after another, and Dottie, Kathie, and their typing staff, marathoning through the copy. Of course the lasting fun of any yearbook lies in its cherished memories. I hope that for you just as for me the 1956 M anet contains just that. Andrea Kundsin Editor-in-Chief OW 661,101 8 UQ!" WQWA QOH, . Mr. Sz Mrs. T. P. Abbott Mrs. Herman Abdallion Dr. Abtaki Dr. Earle D. Acker Miss Janet Adams '54 Miss Joan Adams '54 Mrs. Joseph YV. Adams Mr. 85 Mrs. P. A. Adams Miss Jane Agnes Mrs. Edith L. Akerley Mr. Joseph Alekson Mrs. David Alexander Mr. Robert Alexander Nlajor Allen Mr. Edward Allen '50 Mr. Sz Mrs. Guy VV. Amrheim Mrs. Anagnos Mrs. Edward Anders Mr. Robert Anderson Mrs. C. Angelesco Mr. 8z Mrs. Wesley G. Angell Anonymous Mrs. Albert J. Apsit Miss Louise Arciprete Mr. James Armstrong Jr. '48 Mr. John H. Ashe Mrs. Elizabeth Ashland Miss Jackie Ashley '55 Mr. Robert Atkinson '5Q Mr. Mallory Atwater Mrs. Louis Atwood Mrs. Carl G. Axberg Prof. W. J. V. Babcock Mr. 81: Mrs. Gilbert D. Baker Mr. George L. Balch Mr. Raymond Balch Mrs. Catherine Baldwin Mrs. Josephine Baldwin Mrs. Beth Ballard Miss Rita Barkin Mr. Clifford Barlow Mr. A. L. Barrett Mr. Sz Mrs. Irving Barrows Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank Bartlett, Sr. Dr. SL Mrs. Fred A. Bartlett Mrs. M. E. Battis Mr. D. C. Beach Mr. J. Edward Beauregard Mr. Edwin J. Beck Mr. John Beck Mr. 85 Mrs. John E. Beck Mrs. Mary Beck Mrs. Albert M. Becker Mr. SL Mrs. John G. Beel Mrs. Walter Berg Mr. Sz Mrs. Alfred Bergeron Miss Joann Bergman Mrs. Josephine Bergman Miss Judi Bergman Mrs. Alond Berry Mr. E. J. Bianculli Miss Bette Bigda Mr. Sz Mrs. C. W. Biggs Miss Doris Biggs Mrs. Edward Binks Mrs. John E. Birnil Mrs. Arthur Blake Mrs. L. L. Blake Mr. Edward Blampied Mrs. Alice Blevins Mrs. Elizabeth Bodkin Mr. Edward Borkin Mrs. Ray A. Bowles Miss Beverly K. Bradshaw Mr. Sz Mrs. J. Ralph Bradshaw Mr. Sz Mrs. Leslie M. Brierley ' Mrs. Ethel Briggs Mr. Brockelman Mr. Sz Mrs. Burton Brown Mr. Robert S. Brown Miss Katherine Brundige Miss Mary Brundige Mr. Walter Brunum Mr. David T. Bryer Miss Lucille Bulger Mr. Dennis Burke Mrs. Frank Burke Mr. William Burns Mr. Charles Butler Mrs. John J. Butler Jr. Mrs. Blanche Ladd Cahalin Mr. Sz Mrs. Maurice Cahill Mr. Michael Cahill Mr. William Cahill Mr. Allan Francis Xavier Cameron Mr. Sz Mrs. Dougald Cameron Mr. Duncan M. Cameron Miss Virginia Cameron '42 Miss Campanale Mrs. Richard Carini Mr. Frank Caristi Mr. Frank Carlino Jr. Mr. F. W. Carnrick Mr. John David Caroll Mr. Raymond N. Carter Mrs. Edward Cedrone Mrs. Florence Cerullo Miss Geraldine Chabot Miss Edith Chapman Mr. Robert Cheyne Mr. C. C. Chisholm Mr. Edgar Chisholm Mr. Roy Christensen Mrs. Elliot Clancy Mr. Clark Mrs. Florence Clark Mr. Thomas Clark Mrs. Virginia Anderson Clark Mr. Earnest Clarke Mrs. Dorothy Clasby Mr. Louis S. Cleaves Mr. 'William Clement Mr. Maynard Cleveland Miss Helen Cluett '53 Miss Frances Collins Mr. Joe Collins Mr. Ronald Colwell Mr. Edward Condon Miss Florence Cook Mrs. John Cook Mr. Hermon L. Corliss Mr. 8z Mrs. David F. Cornish Mrs. Christopher C oughlin Mr. Louis Coulacos Mr. 8z Mrs. R. P. Courtney Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin S. Cowee Mrs. Gertrude Cowee Mrs. George Cowie Mr. Thomas Cox Mr. Sz Mrs. Bennison Craig Mr. Thomas Crawford Mr. Joseph Cronin Mr. William David Crossley Mrs. George Cumming Mrs. Ruth Ann Curran Mrs. Helen Curreri Mr. Sz Mrs. John P. Curry Mr. 8z Mrs. A. M. Curtin Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank Cushing Mrs. James Cushing Mr. F. D'Allessandro Mr. D. D'Arcangelo Mr. Lester Darche Mr. Sz Mrs. Edwin F. Davidson Dr. Albert Davis Mrs. F. G. Davis Mr. Harry Dawson Mr. Alfred V. Day Miss Eileen M. Dearing Mr. Francis Dearing Miss Joan Delaney '48 Mrs. Lawrence DeLaney Miss Maureen Delaney '54 Mr. Anthony DelGallo Mrs. Harold DeMarco Mr. Thomas H. Dempsey Jr. Miss Betty Dennison Mrs. Densmore Mrs. Barbara Denton '50 Mr. Normand L. DesChamplain Mrs. Mildred Blanford Devlin Mr. Richard Devlin Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert M. Deware Mrs. Jessie Dewitt Mrs. Cora DeWolf Miss Mildred DiCarlo Mr. Guiido DiMescio Mr. Carmine DiRamio Mr. Sz Mrs. Alfred E. Diring Mrs. Salvatore DiStefano Mr. Donald T. Dixon Mrs. E. M. Dixon Miss Phyllis L. Dixon Mr. Frankie Dodd '50 Mr. Charles H. Doherty Jr. Mrs. Gertrude Doherty Mr. John F. Doherty Mr. Sz Mrs. John F. X. Doherty Mr. Arthur K. Dolan Mrs. Dorothy W. Dolan Mrs. James Dolan Miss Nancy Dolan '54 Mr. Benj. Domingo Mr. Sz Mrs. H. Donna M r . John Donna '50 Mr M. Donna Mr Richard Donna '49 Mr Harold Donnelly Mr George B. Donahue Mr John F. Donovan Mr Sz Mrs. Kenneth Donovan '47 Mr. Doren Mr George R. Douglass Miss Willodean A. Dowd Mr. Bill Downing Mr. Edward Doyle Mr. Sz Mrs. J. F. Doyle Mrs. R. Doyle Mr. Henry Draheim Mr. Albert Drake Mrs. Catherine Drake Mr. John Drake Mr. Robert Driscoll Mr. Arthur Duffy Mrs. James J. Duffy Mrs. Howard Dugan Miss C. Miriam Dunfey Mrs. Milton Dunstan Mr. Chester Durgin Mr. William Dyette Mr. Sz Mrs. Ralph M. Eastman Mr. William Edmonds Mr. Alfred Elkhill Miss Mary Ellen Lt. Sz Mrs. Dan Ellis Atty. William Ellis Miss Lillian F. Ennis Mr. Charles Entwistle Mrs. H. V. Erickson Mr. Ernest Evans Mr. Sz Mrs. George F. Fallon Mr. Gerald Feeley Mrs. Albert Firnrohr Chief Sz Mrs. William Ferrazzi Mrs. Arthur Fisher Mrs. Martin Flaherty Mrs. Geraldine Flanagan Mrs. Isabel Flynn Mr. J. Flynn Mrs. Myra E. Fogg Mr. C. A. Foley Miss Marion T. Folsom Mr. Sz Mrs. Emery C. Fontaine Mr. Emery C. Fontaine Jr. '45 Mrs. Jean Keith Fontaine '46 Mrs. Leo Fontaine Mr. Sz Mrs. Joseph Ford Miss Caroline Forest Mrs. Charles H. Foster Mrs. Gloria Frazer Mr. Sz Mrs. James Fredrickson Mrs. Samuel French Mr. Sz Mrs. Harry Friedenburg A Friend Mr. Henry Fries Miss Louise Frye Mr. George H. Gadbois Mr. Sz Mrs. Thomas Galvin Mrs. Joseph Gantert Mrs. Chandler Garland Mrs. Louise L. R. Garland Mrs. Florence Garrich Mr. James Gartland Mr. Sz Mrs. Joseph Gately Mrs. Roy Gaudet Mrs. Alice Geddes Mrs. G. A. Genereux Mrs. Frank Gery Mrs. Ralph Getchell Mr. Sz Mrs. F. A. Giesel Mr. Paul Gifford Mrs. Mary A. Gilbert Mrs. Frank Gilbody Miss Janet Gilmartin '54 Mr. Joseph Gilmartin Mr. Harry Glazebrook Miss Kay Glennon '58 Mr. Carl Gold Mrs. Golemis Dr. Paul Gossard Mr. Robert F. Graham Jr. Mr. Granger Mr. George M. Grant Mr. Henry W. Gray Miss Janice Green Mrs. W. H. Greenough Mrs. Joseph Grippi Mr. Phillip Gundersen Mr. Thomas J. Gunning Mr. Daniel L. Haff Miss Susan Haff Mr. Roy Hall Miss Joan Hamaty '55 Mrs. Mildred Martinez Hanson Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert W. Harding Miss Jacquelyn Harmon '55 Mr. Sz Mrs. David Harnden Mrs. Julia Harnden Miss Janet Harrington '57 Mrs. John J. Harrington Mr. Edward Harvey Mr. John Hay Mr. Sz Mrs. Leslie Hayden Mrs. Ellen Hayes Mr. Kenneth G. Hayes '54 P. F. C. Robert Hayes U.S.M.C. Miss Ruth Hayes Mr. Charles Herbert Mr. Sz Mrs. John Fi Herlihy Sr. Mr. Charles Hersey Mr. Howard Hersey Mr. Eigel Herstead Mrs. Albert Hickey Mr. Edward M. Higgins Mr. Robert Hill Mr. Carl J. Hohmann Mrs. Paul J. Hohmann Mr. Sz Mrs. Allan Holmberg Mr. Sz Mrs. Erling Holmberg Miss Margie Holmberg Mrs. Grace Holmes Mr. Harold Holstead Mrs. John Horgan Mrs. Jane Adams Horner Mr. A. R. Hottelmann Miss Andre Jean Howard Mr. Robert A. Huber Miss Mary Jane Humphrey Miss Rita Hurlbert Mr. Sz Mrs. H. F. Hurley Mr. Harold Hurley Jr. Miss Evie Hustins Mr. George Hutt Mr. Sz Mrs. Gerald P. Hutt Mr. Arthur Irwin Mr. Sz Mrs. Ronald A. Jack Mr. Sz Mrs. Roy W. Jack Sr. Mrs. William Jack Mrs. Herbert Jacques Mrs. Walter C. James Mr. Arthur Johnson Miss Beth Ann Johnson Mr. Carl Johnson Mr. Frank O. Johnson Mrs. Harriet Johnson Mr. J. W. Johnson Mrs. John A. Johnson Mr. Sz Mrs. John H. Johnson Miss Nadine Johnson Mrs. Robert Johnson Mr. Sz Mrs. Robert L. Johnson Mr. Russell W. Johnson Mrs. Richard Kenneth Jones Mr. Thomas F. Jones Jr. Mrs. Ruth Jordan Mrs. Joseph Joy Mr. Albert A. Kalishes Mrs. Henry Kari Mr. C. P. Keay Mrs. Lloyd Keefe Mrs. Albert R. Keene Miss Patricia Keene Mrs. George Keith Mr. Sz Mrs. Paul Kelleher Miss Patricia F. Kelley '53 Mr. Paul L. Kelley Mrs. D. Ambrose Kelliher Miss Mary Kelly Miss Jean Kemmo '47 Mrs. Katherine Kemper Mr. Edward Kendall '53 Mr. Sz Mrs. Christopher Kennedy Mr. Stephen Kennedy '55 In memory of Lt. John J. Kerrigan Jr. '4Q Mrs. Evelyn W. Kierman Mrs. Neil Kile Miss Peggy Kinchla Mr. Sz Mrs. Thomas F. King '53 Mrs. Matthew Kinniburgh Mrs. Paul E. Kinnoly Mr. Joseph C. Kirkbride Mr. F. R. Knight Mr. Al Knowlton Mrs. Loretta Cluett Koch '48 Mr. William C. Kolb Miss Barbara Kopp Mrs. Stanley Kovalski Mrs. Margaret Kroesser Mr. hir. Sz Mrs. Edwin S. Kundsin Michael Kurnc Mrs. Charlotte Kurtz Mrs. J. F. LaCamera Mrs. Arvid Lagh Mr. George Lally Mrs. Ella Lamay Mrs. A. Langille Mr. Sz Mrs. Earl Lantery Mrs. John Largey Mrs. V. C. Larkin Mrs. VVm. Larkin Mr. P. A. Learoyd Mrs. VV. Leavens Mrs. Madeline Leavitt Mr. George LeBrun Mr. Leon LeClair Mrs. Louise LeGrice Mr. Hathon Leonard Mr. Arden Lewis Miss Barbara Lewis Miss Chris Lewis Mr. Charles H. Lewis Mrs. Robert S. Lewis Miss Ann Lindbom Mr. Albert Lipshultz Mr. Sz Mrs. Lockwood Mrs. R. H. Loiselle Mrs. Karl Longmire Mr. Sz Mrs. Cleveland G. Look Mr. George A. Lowe Mrs. G. lNI. Lynch Mrs. Rita Lynch Mr. William Lyons Mr. R. Frank MacDonald Mr. Sz Mrs. Fred E. MacDonald Mr. John MacDonald Mr. Robert O. MacGregor Mr. Dan Maclntyre Mr. Sz Mrs. Donald H. MacKenzie, Sr. Miss Edith lNIacKiernan Mr. Norman MacLean Mr. Donald F. MacLeod '46 MissyDorothy R. MacLeod Mrs. Donald MacPherson Mr. Edmund MacQuarrie Mr. Sz llrs. Arthur Mahoney Mrs. Daniel J. Mahoney Mrs. John Malmgren Mr. Joseph Malone, Jr. Mr. Thomas Maloney Mr. Edward lNIann Miss Gwendolyn E. Mann hlrs. Lois Mann Mr. Patrick Manning Mrs. Hugo Marchi lNIr. John E. Marcou, Jr. Mrs. M. Marcus Bliss Cecile hlarella hir. Sz lNIrs. Ralph I. Marple lVIr. David H. lNIartin llr. John H. Martin Mr. Jol1n Masters In memory of JValter J. Mathews Miss Arlene Mathieson Mr. Gordan Mathieson Mr. Edmund J. McAdam Mr. Ronald McAlister Mr. Albert BIcCarthy Mr. C. L. McCarthy Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank L. McClausland Mr. Sz Mrs. Arthur McClean Mr. J. Donald McClean Mrs. Ann McCloskey Mr. Sz Mrs. James McClond Mr. Sz Mrs. R. E. McConagy 1Ir. Sz lNIrs. Gerald McCuin Mr. Robert McCuin llr. Sz Mrs. Henry McDaniel Mrs. James McDonald Blrs. JV. BICEZlCll6I'Il '37 Mr. Donald L. McGraw Miss Jacquelyn L. McGaw '55 Mr. Sz Mrs. Lloyd McGaw Mrs. Catherine McGue Miss Jean McGuiness Miss Beverly McHoul '55 Miss Louise McHoul '54 lIrs. Albert V. McIntyre Mr. Kenneth McIntyre '51 lfrs. Bfay hIcKenzie Mr. McLean Mr. Sz lIrs. David lNIcLean Mr. Sz Mrs. McNally Mr. John C. McLeveney Mr. David Meagher Mr. Gregory F. Meagher llrs. Arnold 'Melanson NIL lVilliam Menslage Mrs. Louise S. Meredith Miss Janice Merrill '55 Mr. Sz Mrs. Lawrence Meyer In memory of "Mike" Mr. Sidney Christopher Milgate Mr. Richard Miller Nlr. Bruce Miller Mrs. Chester H. Miller Mr. Sz Mrs. Lester Miller Mrs. YVarren Miller Mr. Warren Miller Mr. Sz Airs. E. Larto Minihan Mr. Peter J. Mitchell Dr. David M. Montgomery Mrs. Lillian Montgomery Mr. Sz Mrs. J. E. lVIoody Mr. .James Mooney Mr. Eugene Moore '43 Mr. IV. Moore Mrs. John B. Moran Mrs. Michael J. Moran llr. John llorley Mr. James F. Morrill Mr. Martin Morrill Mr. Arthur H. Morrissey '47 Mrs. Thomas Morrissey Mrs. Ruth Morrissey Mrs. lVallace Seymour Morrow III Mr. Carl Morse Mr. Sz Mrs. Morse Mr. Leo J. Mullaney Mr. John Mulligan Mr. Francis A. Mullin Miss live-lyn Mulvcy Mr. Joseph Mulvey Mr. Kenneth F. Murphy Mr. S Mrs. Eugenie Murphy Mr. Robert Murphy Mrs. Nagle Mr. Sz Mrs. YV. A. Nash Mr. Carl M. Nelson Mr. Carlton Nelson Mrs. Gertrude Nelson Mr. T. A. Nelson Mr. Sz Mrs. Nelson Mr. Arthur C. Neville Miss Emily Neville Miss Mary Neville Mrs. Timothy Neville Mrs. Newman Mr. Charles Newton '52 Mr. YVarren C. Nicol Mrs. Helen A. Nichols Mr. David Nicholson Mr. James Nicholson Mrs. Thomas Noonan Mrs. Thomas E. Norton Mr. Fred Nugent Mr. Sz Mrs. George Oag Mrs. Doris O'Brien Miss Jill O'Brien Mrs. Louis L. O'Brien Mrs. O'Connell Mr. Edward O'Connell Mr. John O'Connell Mrs. Louise O'Connor Mrs. James O'Day Miss Jane Ogilvie '54 Mr. Sz Mrs. William Ogilvie Mr. R. O'Hanley Mrs. John O'Hara Mr. Dominic Oliver Mrs. Charlotte Olsen Mr. James R. Olson Mrs. William O'Neil Mr. William T. O'Neill Miss Jay Orint Miss Patricia O'Toole Mrs. Owens Mr. Sz Mrs. J. A. Painten Mr. Sz Mrs. Wm. L. Paul Mr. Sz Mrs. Perley Payson Jr. Mr. Merlin Perkins Mr. Sz Mrs. Harold W. Phelps Mr. Sz Mrs. George A. Phillips Mr. Morris T. Phillips Mr. VVilliam Phinney Mrs. Thomas Picard Mrs. Inex Pint Mr. W. H. Pitts Mr. John D. Pope, Jr. Mrs. Arthur Porter Mr. Sz Mrs. Wesley L. Powers Miss Caroline Pratt '55 Mr. John Priconplis Mr. Sz Mrs. Joseph Pronack Miss Marion Purchane Mrs. J. Purpora Mr. Loverso Quintiliani Mrs. Jean Adams Rainey Mrs. John H. Randall Miss Frances Ranney '53 Mr. Rantuccio Mr. Sz Mrs. Eugene Raux '49 Mrs. William Reardon Mr. Vincent G. Redman Mrs Frank Redmond Mrs. Helen Reed Mrs Raymond Regan Mrs. Leo Regnier Mr. Reichel Mr. Andrew Reid Mrs. John Reid Mr. Sz Mrs. .James J. Reilly Miss Norma G. Reilly Mr. William J. Reilly '46 Mr. Donald Renard '52 Mrs. Mildred Renard Mr. Sz Mrs. R. C. Richards Mr. David L. Richards Mrs. Leland Richardson Mr. George Riley Mr. Edmund Rioux '37 Mrs. Margaret Fontaine Rioux '38 Miss Sandra Ritchie Mr. Norman Rizzi Mr. W. P. Roberts Mr. Richard D. Roberts Mrs. Gertrude Robertson Mr. Sz Mrs. Fred Roche Mr. Elton S. Rollins Mr. Walter Rose Mr. Lester Runge Mr. James C. Russell Mr. William Russell Mrs. Joseph Ryan Mrs. W. Ryan Mrs. Doris Ryder Mr. T. I. S. 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We try to build BETTER Homes BETTER North Quincy High BETTER Communities by Parent-Teacher Cooperation Grace Harvey, President Chandler Garland, Vice President Mrs. Helene Crofts, Secretary Whitman E. Johnsen, Treasurer ROGER W. KENT CO. Incorporated RUGS . . . CARPETS . . . LINOLEUM RUG CLEANING On Wollaston Beach Boulevard Near Yacht Clubs Don Kent '35 Roger Kent '38 Ed Radcliffe '47 Bob Mansfield '42 Harold Murphy '30 Allen Manning '48 Howard Abbott '35 .IARDIS SERVICE STATION No. Quincy, Mass. Ignition - Carburetor and Battery Service Road Service and Repairs 325 Hancock Street Office Home ED 9-0300 GR 2-077 I LUDDEN CO., INC. Plumbing 8. Heating I0 Brookside Road E. Braintree, Mass. Home Address: John E. McNally 24 Walker Street No. Quincy, Mass. , 4.1. Mas. Tom. F. sPnAGuE REGN'ER Artistic Wedding and Holiday REAL ESTATE - MORTGAGES ' Cakes 79 BELLEVUE ROAD 232 Holbrook Rd. Squantum, Mass. u No. Quincy, Mass. 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GALPIN Compliments of Alfercfions and Repairs Surgical and Sfyle Corsefs Il GRANITE STREET Quincy, Moss. IOI QQ 'E' 5 A Howmojounsonj Ice Cream in 23 Flavors Pizza at its Best CIT "MIKE'S" DON-UT KETTLE BR 2-7270 316-A Quincy Ave. East Braintree Compliments HOME MARKET 87 Rawson Road Wollaston, Mass. Phone PR 3-0220 HOWARD JOHNSON'S "First" Roadside Restaurant 944 WM. T. MQRRISSEY BLVD. Dorchester, Massachusetts Ag-ent: H. L. DENSBERGER BRYANT CHEMICAL CORP. Manufacturing Chemists North Quincy, Massachusetts DOTEN-THOMSON FASH'ION SHOPS North Quincy 68 Billings Rd. Tel. MA 9-1868 DOWNS PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY FREDERICK MYERS, Reg. Pharm. 35 BILLINGS ROAD lCor. Hancock Streetl Nortollc Downs, Mass. IO3 McLAUGHLIN SERVICE Lubrication Engine Tune-Up Tire Repair Battery Service 6l0 Hancock St. Wollaston, Mass. GR 2-9427 For the Latest Teenage Styles RELIABLE SHOE STORE T502 Hancock St. Compliments of FOY'S SUPER MARKET II77 HANCOCK STREET Quincy Square 60 FRANKLIN STREET Quincy Adams it' the tllno How" Years of experience in serving thousands and thousands of Un- dergrads have given Kennedys the "Know How," so important to all high and Prep school men. That's Why - season after season -Undergrads come back to Ken- DQ S? nedy's for their every clothing . need. if ' . Q Q KENNEDYUS - ' UNDERGRAD SHOPS J A .Ee I A I - HMI' iii' .i'Fi'5ilIli'iI Iran: ' :. ::::::f , c2g.:5i555":k?.9 I: QW I X Els UID lllg X tl BOSTON 0 PROVIDENCE 0 WORCESTER SPRINGFIELD 0 HARTFORD O BROCKTON FRAMINGHAM BRETT'S Package Store 205 West Squantum Street North Quincy Joseph E. Brett .... Proprietor BRETT'S VARIETY STORE 203 West Squantum Street North Quincy "For the best in Variety see Brett's" IO J. J. SMYTHE, INC. Package Goods Foreign and Domestic Liquors Wine - Beer - Ales Coldest Beer on the South Shore 66 Newbury Avenue Atlantic, Massachusetts Compliments ot 'CARLISLE F. SMITH, INC Registered Pharmacists Telephone GRanite 2-3942 245 Atlantic Street Atlantic, Massachusetts cApi+ol 1-osas C. C. GIFFORD 81 CO. EGGS - BUTTER - CHEESE I0 ESSEX AVENUE I33 ATLANTIC AVENUE Boston 9, Massachusetts GR 2-5426 Compliments ot CUOLIDGE PHARMACY CORAL DRESS SHOPPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS J. S. BECK, PH.G., Reg. Pharm. 684 Hancock Street 253 BEALE STREET Wollaston, Massachusetts Wollaston, Mass. IOS Camplzmenff Of The Cfmf of 1956 You'll Find Your Bathing Suit- The Famous Makes - all at the - SWEATER' SHOP T504 Hancock St. Best Wishes from the LIBRARY STAFF "Books are the most remarkable creation of man. Nothing else he builds ever lasts." Clarence Day Compliments to CLASS of '56 from SCITUATE CABIN FOOD YOU WILL REMEMBER TEL: Scit. 750 NORFOLK TELEVISION SERVICE Ralph B. Cobb We Service All Makes GRANITE 2-9085 T54 East Squantum St. North Quincy 71, Mass. SALES - SERVICE - PARTS WHITMAN'S AUTO SERVICE gfe oz Sl Holbrook Road S 3 Quincy 70, Mass. If Gllanite 2-6670 Compliments of HANCOCK Paint and Varnish 1o7 Billings Pharmacy, 'lnc. ' I Tel. GR 2-6160 282 Billings Road Wollaston, Mass. e?f , ,NSURA 5 Nirmt we-fi Norfolk Flower Shop and Nurseries 287 Hancock Street North Quincy 7l, Mass. Compliments of THE WITCHES' 'CLUB MOTTO: "Your Witch is our Command" SONG: "Witch You Were Here" Main Store - and Greenhouse GRanite 2-7100 Nl PR 3-6500 1 Xgrj Compliments of Co., Inc. George A. Daley, Jr., Pres. Sales - Service 85 Quincy Avenue South Shore's Oldest and Largest FORD DEALER BlLL'S VARIETY 76 BILLINGS ROAD -Norfollr Downs, Mass. IO . Q 1 x Q K .xx ,X 23. X -x Q, . -. 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" ome to Cain? bl IBF the Promn IO9 WITHERELL'S Candies of Wollaston Complimenfs 21 Beale Street of Assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons Select your own assortment Dowdls Liquor store Telephone PR 3-0694 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '56 PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP.. LTD. Manufacturers of A AUTOMATIC PACKAGING AND BOTTLING MACHINERY Tel. Talbot 5-6710 Wholesale and Retail SCHOOL OF DANCING Old Colony Lobster Co. and '67 ATLANTIC STREET North Quincy, Moss. Lobster Dinners a Specialty BALLET - TAP 200 Old COl0nY POfkWGY ACROBATIC- BALLROOM Dorchester, Mass. Operated by Bill Gosselin Tel': PR 3'8l76 IIO 9 iii LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK ON THE SOUTH SHORE SEE SID for your TUX Whatever the affair FORMAL WEAR FOR EVERY FORMAL OCCASION SID'S TUXEDO HOP Evefy an I7 Quincy Avenue, Quincy, Moss. F- v if I -wc' 7:1 ' z SPECIAL PRICES TO NO. QUINCY STUDENTS "5 .1 :Ann zec: 'i c n rf GRcinife 2-65iO I I COMEAU 81 WOODFORD Gulf Service Station Tel. MA 9-8363 100 Hancock Street Quincy, Mass. Motor Tune-up 8. Repairs PResident 3-8036 Chase Press Printers 134 West Elm Avenue Wollaston, Mass. J. H. WESTERBEKE CORP. OLD COLONY BOULEVARD AT TENEAN STREET Dorchester 22, Mass. Distributors ot High Grade Internal Combustion Machines Marine and Industrial Gasoline and Diesel Engines Electric Generating Sets tor Standby in Stores, Hospitals, Public Buildings, etc. Visit our small boat Department 'For the Best in Boat Motors and Equipment Cafe Viking, Inc 71-73 Beale Street Wollaston, Massa ch usetts Choice Liquors and Foods Under New Management Office Home PR 3'8I I8 GR 2-1910 PR 3-5388 LATEST CREATIONS IN DRESSES DRESS SHOP 25 BEALE STREET 4 MAPLE STREET Wollaston, Moss. Quincy 69, Moss, 112 Best Wishes to The Class of 1956 QUINCY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION President ............................................ Elliot T. Wilson Vice President .... ..... B arbara DeWolte Secretary .... ..... E sther Sauter Treasurer ..... M. Eno Fredette Q. T. A. SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED TO NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL 1955 GRADUATES Donna Condon Rosalind Scudder Virginia Frediani Thomas Narekian Iris Martin Cynthia Putnam Beverly Moulton 113 GEO. C. STENZEL J. F. Devine 8. Son, Props. Groceries, Provisions, and Fish 192 Sagamore Street Tel. GR 2-9366 J. MAC FARLAND 81 SON Established 1882 Hardware, Paints, and Oil 11 Brook Street Telephone 2-0041 GRanite 2-0042 Wollaston 70, Mass. T li ' THE DooRwAY TO PROTECTION Qu i, f l 1 . T ll iiiiiiiiii . 35 , , 1 1 nigger--fel---f - lu NI x 'W l all X X ll l W all ll 1 r l li- so Il if-, BURGIN, PLATNER 81 CO.. Inc. GRanite 2-3000 INSURANCE Quincy Square, Massachusetts Compliments of Milton Auto Sales, Inc. Mercury F. W. Ahearn J. F. Curran Treas. Pres. 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DEWARE DONALD M. DEWARE Non-Stecfa rian Regal Shoe Co. of Mass. T464 Hancock Street Quincy, Mass. Men's, Women's, and ChiIdren's '55 SBI! V 4+us:unl9" .. "'4?f?ET" 'Zin -n - LF' 4 HIEEBE Mi? F ...fi EP' , r 5 if -- T . -- -C Compliments of Compliments of Gallagher News Agency Bud and Larry sweeny 13 Depot Street SAGAMORE GRll.l.E Quincy, Mass, 78 Sagamore Street II PResiden+ 3-7413 TOTS 'N TEENS SHOPPE MISSES' SWIM SUITS. SHORTS and HALTERS DUNGAREES, SOCKS. SLlPSg PANTIES, HOSIERY 46 BILLINGS ROAD Norfollr Downs, Mass. Compliments of Tony's Barber Shop Tony Palma 7' X al E' gf, ff.pv f rx' I fi M1 ,M , A4 - " I PIN EA xx rgay W sl rfoygll lllll Nw ntl., 11, Q., 1 . g J ' 'fl l ll.Vx',l'l 0Jl'0pQ'lK!V 1 A 13 To awww W KW- 50,1 f7l QQ 'gd MAA QJ, Jllzxuujb ui DE 8-8033 af? lfU"l'L6 oing ormagl Lel us enhance your slarry-eyed plans for 'rhe prom season. Exciling formals from SI9.95 100 SUMMER STREET Bosfon, Massaclnusefls PResident 3-5829 Beacon Auto Driving School Wollaston, Massachusetts Raymond Lantrey PR 3-7II7 BEALE STREET PHARMACY Incorporaied PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS RUSSELL KEENE. PH.G., Reg. PH.. Mgr DONALD R. KEENE, B.S., Asst Mgr. 66 HANCOCK STREET lCor. Beale Sfree+l Wollosfon, Mass. THE REXALL STORE II7 M. Frediani Sons, Inc. Wholesale Dealers In Fine Confectionery 326 Dudley Street Roxbury, Massachusetts Hlghland 5-I657 MA 9-8367 CINCOT'i'A'S STORE s. s. PIERCE Pnooucrs 764 HANCOCK STREET Wollaston 70, Mass. VERY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '56 NEPONSET DRIVE-IN HALL EQUIPMENT COMPANY I -SERVING THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY- Quincy 70, M-assachusetts PR 3-6749 GRoni+e 2- I 390 KELLEY'S RELIGIOUS GOODS JEWELRY - elFTs Whitten Nursing Home I7 Pork St. Wollaston GREETING CARDS GR 2-1843 NtyPbl'-PbI'St I1 , O or U lc U 'C enogmp er 24 Hour Nursing Care DOROTHY L KELLEY 395 HANCOCK STREET North Quincy 7l, Mass. 118 COpley 7-5920 Thorough Intensive Training, Day and Evening Divisions XC Secretarial School Individual Advancement Begin Any Mon. - Open All Year Full Secretarial and Short Courses 567 BOYLSTON STREET Boston, Mass. II9 pun , . MA 9-7080 Smooth Sailing to the Class of '56 Stan's Friendly Service Station Squantum, Mass. Complimen+s of the NORFOLK DOWNS BOWLING ALLEYS 42I HANCOCK STREET North Quincy, Moss. JIM and PETE Massachusetts Engineering Co., Inc. North Quincy, Mass. CQMPLIMENTS Piiesidenf 3-0223 op THE Morley and Company Home Appliances and Television MONTCLAIR S . ales Service WOMEN'S CLUB 58 Billings Road North Quincy, Mass. P. E. Morley 120 Eastern Shade 8. Screen Gompany Manufacturers of Window Shades - Window Screens Screen Porches - Venetian Blinds 20 John Street North Quincy, Mass. Telephone: PResident 3-6889 104 Park Street, Hyannis, Mass. Hyannis 1895 95 AN DREWS' PHARMACY H Family Druggists George R. Andrews PH.G., Reg. Pharmacist, Mgr. Newbury Avenue, North Quincy, Mass Telephone GRanite 2-6180 - 2-9685 NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. Duggan Brothers C I-I E V R O L E T Soles Service Ambrose C. Duggan Francis Duggan 24-Hour Towing Service 131-133 HANCOCK STREET North Quincy, Massachusetts COmpl1m9fliS of GRcniI,e GARRETT RADIO and T. V. Floyd D. Garrett 100 Sagamore Street North Quincy, Mass. Let Us Help You Find A Home BARBARA I.. DUCOTE CO. Real Estate and Mortgage Brokers Multiple Listing Service 151 HANCOCK STREET MA North Quincy 71, Mass. 121 Compliments of PR 3-503 I RICHARD J. GORMAN Sumner Mews Group JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER , Somefhing from lhe Jeweler's ls Always First Church of Squantum Somemng Special 23A BEALE STREET Wollasion 70, Mass. A smar+, preHy senior named Bel Passed every course buf Home Ec. For she didn'+ lcnow Thaf her rugs should go Oul for cleaning +o Dams cswetf HOW'S YOUR R. Q.?"' For complefe in'Forma+ion ask our Rrepresen+a+ive Fred Adams Abbe 'Rug Quo+ie'n+ ADAMS 81 SWETT RUG CLEANERS HI 2-7000 MA 9-0600 'GRani+e 2-I I67 A. L. TURNER HARDWARE SAM'S SPA E. s. DENNEEN-R. T. DENNEEN HARDWARE-POWER rooLs 141 Billings Rd, "Hardware Buill' 'for Hard Wear" 47I HANCOCK STREET Norfh Quincy, Mass. 122 COMPLIMENTS - of - ORTH QUINCY HIGH HO0L ALUMNI ASSOCIATIO "Mort Active High School Alumni Auociation in Mfmaclausettf' Charles F. Murphy Lois Bryan ,President Vice President Betty Waldron Jean Kemno Secretary Treasurer 123 Leon's Drive - In Featuring the World's Largest Franktorts Route 138 Stoughton, Mass. Fl 4-9823 P-Chee Corporation 70 Elm Street Hingham, Massachusetts Compliments ot Wollaston Music Shop F 81 F LAUNDRY CO. C0mPlimenfS Of l224 Dorchester Ave. BQULEVARD HAVEN Dorchester, Mass. Wollaston Beach Boulevard Tel. CO 5-3130 Wollaston, Mass. 124 Compliments of Snyder's Delicatessen and Compliments of Luncheonette - Frederick L. Farrell 735 E. Squantum St. Squantum GR 2-9489 Congratulations ond Best Wishes To The Class of i956 Fox and Hounds Grill Quincy, Massachusetts Compliments of A Friend Squantum Service Station Inc Compliments , Quincy Shore Blvd. 8g Of Cl Fflefld East Squantum St. N B C Sunoco Products Kelly Tires 125 Drapery Hardware Venetian Blinds Slipcovers Window Shades Draperies Cornices Compliments of I.lNWOOD'S FABRIC HOUSE DswPh'S Vvriew Tel. 93 Hancock Street MAyflower 9-4614 Quincy, Mass. . . PRELUDE TO A GLAMOROUS PROM! Factory Telephone Exhibit Telephone GRqni-fe 2-3120 PR-esidenl' 3-1657 The Salon that has everything to offer specializes in transforming the skirt-and-sweater girl into a siren! And at prices everyone can afford! Co. Shampoo, Rinse and Set .... ..... S 2.00 IncorPora,',ed Full Haircut ............. ..... 5 2.00 Trim Only ............... ....... S 1.00 Manufacturers of SUPERIOR MONUMENTS Exhibits at IS9 HANCOCK STREET 725 SOUTHERN ARTERY Quincy, Mass. And best of all, our experts shine inthe application of STARDUST, in all colors, sprinkled or in beautiful de- signs, at only 50c. To avoid disappointment, make your appointment early! THE STYL'IST BEAUTY SHOP 1361 HANCOCK STREET, QUINCY SQUARE GRanite 2-9490 Compliments of PResident 3-8211 Wollaston Lobster Co. llTTlEWOQD'S BARBER SHOP Now Carrying A Complete Line of Fresh Fish 749 Wm. T. Morrissey Blvd. I2 Congratulations Seniors LUFKIN'S WORTHMORE REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY Wilson H. Lufkin, Insurance Broker Homes, Mortgages, Insurance, and Building Wilson H. and Mable W. L-ufkin Owners and Managers BUS- VI 3-5335 Res. BR 6-5442 127 GRanite 2-9318 GR 2-9277 Anchor lnn "PIZZA" Ray Russell's Shell A Landing Place for Good Food service station 757 Quincy Shore Boulevard Wollaston, Mass. 315 Hancock Street Freddie Gilberti Noflh QUlnCYf M055- Congratulations to the CLASS OF '56 SWIFT and BACHMAN, Inc. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER 330 HANCOCK STREET North Quincy, Massachusetts ll O Boumelsl Inc. Bi lungs Card Shop . . Stationery . . . School Supplies . . . Games Feminine Apparel I Hobbies . . . Toys . . . 3-D View Masters 50 Billings Road North Quincy, Mass. 1424 Hancock Street Quincy, Mass. PR 3,7228 PResident 3-7786 128 Try us before going out of S. D. Aifkens, Tailor Squcmum - Clothes Cleaned, We have a little of everything Pressed, Repaired 8. Remodeled 0 SIWOP Gt 1 Torgersen's H7 Billings Rd' 740 E. Squantum St. MA 9-6909 Squcmum MA 9-7548 MA.9-0452 c. A. cox AUTO REPAIR C0mP"men'S0f ES'C'b'iShed '934 Alfred G. Peterson 81 Sons, Inc Complete Care 'For Your Car 0 General AMO Repairing Awning Manufacturers Official Brake and Light Station No. I7I8 l'l Newbury Street North Quincy, Massachusetts REAR I6 OLD COLONY AVENUE Wollaston 70, Mass. 129 Telephone: MA 9-5272 MacDougaII's Market CHINA STAR M T d G - CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT ec S on memes COCKTAIL LOUNGE Fruits and Vegelables Open Daily-I I:30 A.M.. to 3:00 A.M . 3-5280 Od P+U+TkOr Tel. PResldent r ers U P O C 8 U 3-5281 Air Conditioned for Your Comfort 45-47 SGITOFCI SI. Special Luncheon-I I:30 - 2:30 I05 SEA STREET Quincy, Mass. KARL'S AUTO BODY REPAIR CO.. Inc. za GREENWOOD AVENUE Wollaston, M-assachuse'H's ACCIDENT WORK and INSURANCE APPRAISING GRanil'e 2-8l00 COMPLIMENTS OF THE STAR OF THE SEA PARISH Squanlum, Massachusetts GR 2-2070 99 Walter J. Hannon FLOWERS' ' Tire Co. R0Y'5 U. S. Royal Tires - Miller Tires 94 Washington St. Exide Batteries Quincy, Mass. i Retail and Wholesale Store Residence Recappmg - Vulcanizing - Road Service GR 2-1900 MA 9-6377 495 Hancock Street Quincy 70, Mass. 130 Compliments of Prank A. Fowler "THE CLASS RING MAN' Class Rings, Medals, and Trophies Specialist in Prom Favors A RECORD To Be Proud of Official Jeweler For All Classes i946 thru l957 Next door to Boston City Hall 27 School Sf. Boston 8, Mass. Richmond 2-0161 131 npersonol Service.. Congratulations from James F. Hourihan Wickens 8g Troupe Real Estate 81 Insurance Funeral Home 340 Hancock Street 26 Adams St., Quincy CO 5-5022 MA 9 6490 COMPLIMENTS OF MATHEWSIIII MACHINE WUR KS, Inc. NO. 2 HANCOCK STREET AT NEPONSET BRIDGE Compliments of CARLSON TIRES Sweeny Funeral Service M. Joseph Sweeny 73 Eliot Sl- lSuccessor to Dennis Sweenyl Milton 74 Elm Slreel next to Baker's Chocolate Mills Quincy, Mass. PR 3-2728 BL 8-8600 132 Be Healthy By Drinking Our Pure Rich Milk CLOVERLEAF DAIRY CO. Ot Quincy, Mass. 83 Dysart St. Tel. PR 3-0934 Mgr. Pat Faherty Prop. Margaret M.' Faherty Serving Quincy, Weymouth, Braintree, Milton, Hingham, Randolph Donaher's Quincy's Style Center For Men's Clothing and Furnishings Tuxedos for Hire 1563 Hancock Street, Quincy, Mass. GIFTS 4. GADGETS .5 TOYS Q HOLIDAY AND PARTY FAVORS 7442 qfouee LLOYD F AND ELEANOR M. MCGAW 540 Columbian Street l-lAncoclz 6-6978 Established l9l7 SA N TAC QCDSS Qbisblrzcfiurz Sigoz cgeivrlce Route 128 - . EDgeWater 5-4515 South Weymouth, Mass. Une Kwarztsz Tface Boston. 8, dlflass Automatic Radio Manufacturing CO. Fine Radios Since 1920 122 BROOKLINE AVENUE BOSTON, MASS. Compliments of A FRIEND Tel. GRanite 2-8874 Wollaston Brass 8. Aluminum Foundry, Inc. Non-Ferrous Castings R. C. Tibbetts 3l Fayette Street Vice President No. Quincy 7l, Mass. Class of '34 I Warehouse Distributors of Harrison Radiators and Cores Rebuilt Radiators MORSE'S Auto Radiator Shop Tel. GRanite 2-7439 Opp. Montclair School Pick Up and Delivery 179 W. Squantum St., N. Quincy 71, Mass. FLAGG FOTO SERVICE 54 NEWBURY AVENUE North Quincy 7I, Mass. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Compliments of . Wollaston Post No. 295 American Legion 1 W eds-lllcilo Q X ' l ' 1 , J WL, ' XS.-' x fir' 4 .4469 Q N . T Q 'Q -are Q Qf I x O :A , .AQ ,: rj, ,- ' l S 'G vi" 'P '04 9 0. 17 . 1 EG 10 6 Bryant Carter, Commander compliments ol Compliments of Brick Oven Bakerette 414 Hancock St. tar GR 2-9641 134 l Q Sfon's card and Complimenfg of Bernot Yarns Pottery Hollmork and Norcross Greeting Cords FASHION QUALITY For All Occasions cl-EANSERS Religious Goods so A Billings Rood 66 Billings Road Norfolk Downs PResidenf 3-7254 l I W is-I Q X I S N Special Dining Rooms N Q I Q for Q I PARTIES, SOCIALS, WEDDINGS S S SCHOOL AND cI-IuIzcI-I AFFAIRS S S oun I.IoI-In-Iouse ORCHESTRA S I NIGI-I1I.Y I I I I I X I N I I I S BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956 S I X I g"'0 ' 7 ' 7amaar4 - 011, PR 3-5000 OLD COLONY "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR LAUNDERERS BUSINESS, zoluc CLEANSERS 100 Quincy Avenue H. P. HOOD Quincy, Moss. Io 51 I QUlNCY'S FASHION CENTER 136 4'I XS B the Planning of our city fathers the support of Quir1cy,s taxpayers 4- 79 .n ,Qu ,. 63'


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