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

 - Class of 1960

Page 1 of 136

 

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1960 Edition, North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1960 volume:

, A la ' ' wf1'ff , " ' ' 7 ' 5 1 J- 3 "' c ' -I f' I S . " if . ' A-ln 'l I 'I X M' . gi ' Q ' '- ' -2 . "' 1 ' 5, W ' ' 'E ' 8 ' . la ' L Q N Q O , 6 1. '. '. I "' J I, . it X 0' ' Mt . . ' 5 ., ' x ' v - . . ' 1 ..,.. . 0- 'ff lx' . flu' a j l ' ' nu , -, ' -VW K 7 ' ' - """ 'A 'X . 2- Q '. M Q J .. 51 r 4 li ,V ut r ' . 1 O I ,. v"' flu "'. R '5 A uk 9 I 'L . 4- ' I-.4..t"' ' s .vii Q Q' . W , ,Riff 1 i y 'I - -4 -1 -' 1 X I . ' , .. r ox' V. .- 't-'Si , 6 -I ' lv Q 'Q . A X. 'rf' is X .- f X :L -' "T" if A,- I . .li :gf lx ' X . i :sic 'ivan ,,! I ' 1 Q A ni ' Q ' ' ' , . D 'U 3 61' J Mfirff ---'f G ," iQa""'p ,Q 5.5! 5-it , ' 4 x rf' ni. . 'efrfgvfa ,ax hgr ,s 'wp N alx, ,D gl" .- lv lg' ,Q .nl J dx 1. 'fe L ? M 5. -. , 4 V ' S-HA...l F Tull. 5? iWi J Q Q 1? tg K I gg V f , I ' T .-.. ,-as 1 . , in .' -4.- :Vw 'x 4 Ii-A4 fy? .Q ' 2 ' "QM 4 . Q f P- A ' 5 -Mx u g. at 5 "IQ A'i' , . i 1' . if I 9 Q .' ' - 0 I' lx' , 6 P ' I " vi -1 4 " Q x. ' Q w O 'Q 5 l X I Q- x , J P Vg, x xx W I 'V UIWYIIJ X .1svlAgQpx1.U L' V -.n'-f lj ' ,l ' " v "v gf" . x L A I .LN N . 'AI' .' -, ' Q ' , U. 41 I I ' J', sg ...L NCQ .71 '.y ,K ' '1".rn'Q,' ',1! jf' f ' nf . .11 Q5 rf ' . . an fi. , ,I . ' A " ASA r. 'Q v.-Wm' I O . o I ' I v' O I ' up' . :Fixx t " ' If 1 ',, ,, , . , , v 'L' , ' H .t'1 u 'f rhuv O -o ' ', v 4 . .' u h -,s ' . , inf shi .guv .Q tl Q l. l x 'ff pW'o'-5 ' " 0 w , Y ID' , 'W' 1 I' , , J . 'i' ' f . .l' . O Q tip!! 'Y . Nw 5 "J I V I . TV," A L' f'.. ' P a't Aff .. .-.WJ M Ls 'tv Q . fr li I ' 'g, O K' X bf., I K . 1 Q' tr y I 5 . J W I '-A I. ff' 5 ' xox t' Axn..r4'N --l'4'giw 0' . s I" Y ' 4" p's U' 'p ,. , 1 , .ktmlm K - 4,,4 ui n , Q J' L Y o , .'uv"., I ws" 5 I ' I I 4 U v- 5 I I 5 v aux I FCREWCRD May the ZWAIVET of 1960 be a .symbol of what too many of uf tend to accept Without lbliilkliilgf that ng af l.11dZ'L'1cl'1flIllJ3 are the 91111190513 of our home and our 1512001 Ilan- iiimlrx and 'li-'mmm R1-I-in North Quincy High School North Quincy Massachusetts . if f 1' Q X ,k. A - Nu, K.. 5 U51 '91-ui.-L - 9 j r' fx 's It 'ug W 93 -M A Q'Q..,-L -X study in synthesis: Tum, 1Nloc,.l0, and Phyl with schfml-day dad Hotfcrty and home muthcr Nlullin. I I il ff' " . ' v 1 Q l I ' ' er-gt 4 - , ' ' .q V ,, -f ' 1 ' J 'I 1 ..' i ff H,-X ' ' ' 'u ' A. :g1:':: 'nfl , if if M, V ' ' 1 ul' - .! . 'i:QZ.':'IZ7' UL ' t v - I , an ' -" . . , lQ"f'? 5'fnmm!'MQ A - ' ?l1?ll'1f'- f a s E M WI -WE"'E 0 El f ' N 'I xl 1' iii ,fy 1 Q ' 144.8 in Q p -19" -1 nfl fl V, U 'HQ i-'Q ' jjj M, H X 1 i 'I .W I I L 4 STAFF l'HYI.I,IS RIQDC,-XY liclitor-iri-Cliiefi MICH.-Xlil. IJIQNSNIURF. Co-Business Nzmuger G l",ORGli I,.-XR K I N Co-Business N zmuger THOMAS CIAR K Co-Layout lfditor ,icywxii H1'B13R Co-Layout Editor DIOHN HOl"FF,R'I'Y FZICLIIIY Adviser CONTENTS 1-'cakhwokin PRINCIP.-XIIS MESSAGE lfACl 'I.'l'Y SIQNIORS Ctirriculnr Athletics Activities .XlJYl'QR'l'ISlNCi Pzltrcms ixL1VCI'I'iSCl'S I fm 6 14 16 26 60 IOS IIO 114 We D dz' ate .gg 'E f wr, li ff. 'Y' 4,5 -Q Ximu N1-ll'j"flL' Currxcr 'R Her day xrarts ar her nmillmx. lgfxdllxl' .ax -'wr ".w f'l1 g' 1.'m' wfuzuwl-Y' xv-11 wc' 4 than .1:1x --'iw' Liu" 'iw ""m1' :twig Thur in-".wf '1U!1K'.l"xi'H' N.i1 v 'l1'1 fin x 111 lxfmil-v Nr,1'-.1-'-Qx wuz' p.1f'cvwf ix pu rl-1 IIN uni --ur Mlm---N N .V-Q x fwrux1Uf11ff1n"n',1:1fy'wtf-wir'w'11Cxiw.1?Cf':3'H'L1'.x1 lk-.nf my .1 W- f,.m,,x1,x1,-1 gf n N Principal JOHN W. WALSH liwo Dads hosting a coltt-tail hour. OUR SCH00 The Church, the Home and the School form the great pyramid upon which all civilization is founded. They are the catalysts of the soul. ln suhtle propor- tions do these forces mould the human spirit. We emerge as individuals, strong or weak, in proportion to their influence upon us. We cannot escape this truths enor would we if we could. XYe are the children of these timeless forces, strong as they are strong, weak as they are weak. Empires rise, prosper, and die. Defeat and death come not from without but from within. As are our churches, homes, and schools so are we. Their strength is the barometer of our culture. It must, therefore, be inevitably toward them that we look for our character, not to H-homhs. 'lihey are the forces of integration and growtheanything less, of dissolution and destruction. Institutions, however, do not exist without individ- uals to direct them. People, alert, dedicated to service hreathe into them a dynamic vitality. Their heritage is passed from generation to generation through our children. You are about to fulfill your roles in this un- ending process. It is our fervent prayer that you have been well-prepared, and that you may strengthen rather than weaken the traditions you pass on. .-Xs you are the products of those who preceded you, so shall your children he of you. With the Spanish in their ageless wisdom we say, "Yaya con Dios"eeGo with God. 'I ' Zu ' ' C1,Q4,x.,f 6.0, MUTH R and Y lf' X xl lx f Mr. King's paternal concern guides Beryl and Maureen . . and, in fact, all ut' ux. Mr. YYalsh's fatherly love cncuurngcx Chickie and all 1-fhix rl--nd admxrfr ,- D N . I X 1 q -4 'K I .J ranrPr1ncup.1l Fdmnnd -l. Kung rn 47-'f W .D tl':lf1fA -4 4 X . jf' lf . LT' xl -"xi ' 4 I . 'I 4 ,MA-?.f fl r x - 4,1 jd' 1 .1 , "4" J .ey -in if H N v ' . 5? 5' 'FQ 1 Q, I. tQ,gi - ' 41,-if ,XL iv 34. ' 4, X ji , . A A N S l 1 r xchool father in Social studies Nlr. Noye ll- SUCIAI. STUDIliSfe-Siltirig: jane Katzg Margaret M. Flavin, Student Exchange Committeeg Hermon Nl. Noyexg lflilalveth B. Savage: Robert .-X. Gentry, M.P.U.C., Track Coach, Yixual Aidx. -Qflllldl-Ilgi Norman Nlaclhiilliam, Driver Education, Paul S. Stanton, Soccer Coach, Alr. High Haxelwallg -lohn -I. Donahue, Senior Class Adviser, Footlsall Coach. Ciolti Coachg George ll. .Iahng lflgin 'If Boyce lr. Fl N F .-XR'l'S-Sitlirlg: Iflizalierh P. Sherman, Lilwrary Staffg Anne P. Sawitslay, Sketch Clulig Kath- erine NI. Countic. Stzmding: An- thony Charles Ferrante, Bandg Frank Ci. Bono, Cilee Cluh. 8 gi X fi' Kflfl1l'f'Y'l Xynudg Kglfhgriny I", lrlcrrrlgiln, Nlglrh Q'lq,l-5 Ruth H. Blackg Margaret King. SfI1?Idl'7l'2.' Gramm Hmvlandg 'l'haddcux If Sad'-w N-xl, AsxixtzlntFuotlaallC1m:lCl'I, ScicnccflulwgDavidl'.Hm1rin,-lr.lligl1'l'raCl-xgfarl I.: 1 lm: 7 Awixtanr Fuurlwall Coach, :Xwixrant Bawlwall Cfwachg ,Inhn I". Parrcll. 1 - . xx .3 H f rl w mf- V- . h wx. H lL... HHNIF FCUYUNIICS Nlargar vt Nl, x1.ll11'l1l'XQ Ruth Nl.u'lQruz wry, llf,fffVlf 'Mm f:fI:n'r.' .Mznfx Hcrrxy "x i--' pg iii" dig 9 A A . 51-H 'J i '- 'bv f'19f1' RQ? PNGLISH ..S'i11n1g.- Agnus Purccllg .lnhn K. Yonngg Riirh Nlcixm-r. Nllllllilillgf Riirh .Z Icavirrg lmiixc l'rcdL-riclxg Rm Nlcrrirr, Drill Iczlmg Rim- C. lfnmg -lewis hlunw, llclinring Clnlwg Panil -I. Carlin, Key Clnlig David l.. Nlczirivy, Crow Cminrryg .lu-Ann -Xvcrill, Q'llL'L'I'lL'llllll1gQ .luhn S. l'l41H1'rty, llmzfl. .lI1.i,f1':1g fmni .1YIl'IlzVf'.' Rulwrt l.z1ing1, nclacy Clinch, 'll-nnix Lkmuli, Ynrwiry Clulmg lhmnzlw Murphy, .Yorlii 5'lm',' Nancy 5. Nigmzln, 'll-nth clfildk' fiirlf' Chili, Drarnuric Cluls. Our school murhcr in English: Nliw Leavitt -. '1llllll',!l1! - 3 , .. - b . Q . ,I 'A f-. mfg J- D ff' 1 'Lf x'lA ' 63, N .- r fi- B .1 3' 1- '.k:.'A u . 4. ..,1 . Jil- 5.3 LI IO l..-XXIElf-XCil'iSff.S'111nd1'r1g.' Ruth Mcixncrg lmuisc D. Fihcld, Na- tional Honor Sucictyg Rulrcrtzl Wvclixrcrsniirh. .9'itl1'r1g.' Mable Pram, National Spanish Sucictyg l,m1isc jack, Girls' Cluli. ,XJ .IX 'fx r 5ChouI nmrhcr In xcicrwrz NIIH SCIIKICIN 'XNNINI CII "'5 NI I 'N I NN' '.XLI1fIlHy I,..mCI.ur,lq L .,,.I1:1HC1, ,I N. H.. -I .. I ..1,,if Nlunickg Patricia C41rr1m'I1.u-I, N ,,.I L . II1 I' I' N 1 N k uI': C I'l1lI'IL'Nxx1lliUI1, Sczmwm' 'N g1r1rFw+tIu1IIlfn1' lf wr rnrw, III Xrmllli N ri. K Ix,.r, I A N QI NN ' N I . I 1 K . IIRXIIIIKIXI XRIN IIILH Il IIIIIIIIH, III--fl-III lux-Im, XKuI'ir II XX.1fr- I RIIII' QIIN, IVII I- wg RTPI1 I I L X! as 1 . - A V' I If' N! t t in nit r tt r ri x u -NY! A I I H L I it t fi it Stuttnr Luumi i S ' DLX X HEALTH AND PHYSICAL l-1lJl'C.-VI'ION- Katherine Mc- Cuy, Girls, Bowling, Girls' Sports, .Iuniur Claw Adviser, Student l,L'1ldC!'?4,Q Alice Gray, Nurses' Cn- reer Clulmg Kenneth Rickson, Yar- sity Basketball Coach, Student l.ez1ders'. N .EY N .i -R L Hur xcht futher in eunimercizil sulmjcftxz Mr, .llc Our school mother in counseling: NUM Wclch. ,yn- I VJ: qua-A 'iq .,.- V ,I CIIARICXI Nl'Xlfl-A Fxfhff X XII-rrwrxm, lwmlx lTrK'l1-X, Nh l'.mJ1'11, l'rw II' Y -Mixxxvr IT CC7l'NSFI,lNG'Nl:1rjfvriuP..CzzrriurgL'.1r'-lima-XxblchgNI.1:1ru-n X H U In H Carver Clulvg Xlarrin H. Q'.1wx','I1-zachnrf Cnru-r Clmiu Xinlx Km tic Club. r' ""l"" 4 ', X NL -4-, lj 'C .X JJ! A nwthcrk Hnixhing muchef: Niue, Xlrx. U'Kcc jim, :md Sue. n N N. '.,' ." I' 4 N L , ,.. s I--. I 4 .4 ". . -f 'ffx A"L.2'w . .A' f J . ,!P!,, A " 4 f ':'fatu'1 ' . .za l ' u 'iffy .. ' '-,' l 'v 1 4 . 1 J-' 'V sgg I 1 ,7 ..-4 ' . :IX ri? . 1 ' A11-5-4. AQ' 'f .. f I '1 1" . 1 I 1 1 If A X N, ,g ,-. r ff -.L xl- E Y .2131-'13 ff x A 4' 'W '- - I 1 'c 0 'Q s. .-. P 'SIG-' . QL J . H 9 4' :fills X x .4 Q' IJ' I u 0 Si Y Q I Q 5 5 D 'L-' "i 'H BKJITTROS ABI-NADIQR S4 Nliddlexex Street "Bud"f K.ll.Y.'I' .... l,ionx . . l'ennxylx':1ni:1n. l,zitin Clulm President IL Banker' lmll IQ Delmre IQ Claw Paper l'idiA fur 13 Science Clulw 1. '25 J KARYI. R. Al.l5IiF. RI Hullix 'Xvenue Uerulwerqqi, 1-,za . . . In I. . ,. Uh, . v that lute xliuw. Nurxex' Czireer Clulv I, 13 l'rum Cummirtee .ll Dance Curnuiirtee X11 Rifle Clulv bl. Curricular Don und Paul experiment in Physics. Nliw Gormley gives murherly attention ru Cillzi, Clmrl, and Gerry in U. Nl. U, RUHFKI' J- -NIAIHNKP ciifxkii-Ls cg, ANIJFRSUN 7 Y gi ll:1rrier:Xx'enue 4- ycrehm. gfrwr "Hulw"f"l.ilxe Hello" . . . lilwmlex "Q'1mrliL." Qhf,LxL.r-.-'-l1U- Al" I ---BWQN BUY - - - Knlfliff l'f'f'T . . . "Niall" . . . Ux'llLI'llITl1lliiCfl1C LVN . . . 'l'l1eCrr1wd . . . 'illlluni 'lkslm-" ' lwmtlwzill 1, 1, .gg Hockey w In 'Q ,iw liwxelvzlll 1, 2, gg Xzirxirx' Llulw I, jg lxcy' Clulm 1, jg National Hunur Sueiety 2, Prex. ,gg illmiwl 'Q Nlilfh Clulv kg. 3,3 V--A.w,1 W pe . .a,, 'Sf' 2. if li- Nti' , 'E"'1 im and Carol mix a hue in Art F IIQ .22 "W In Driver Ed. it's Ed's turn to check the oil level under the supervision of Dad Burgess as Carol, Cathy, Tom, and Mike look on. Bruce just "flips" for a sound body in Body Mechanics class. Search and research in Biology for Pat, Dclvlwie, Gretch, and Linda. 1 ls bln-'NO T7 If 997. DONNA Nl. .-XNDFRS1 PN 1: Appleton Street "Who'c al-sent?" Buff RCXE Cl f,1f H' . . . P.-XC '... lnfirmicre. Nurses' Carccr Clul- IQ CQ flulw 1, 1, 1: Rcceptzflnz 1. -Q 41 1 Ri WBFRT AYDFRYI N S523 lil-tNq1g.1nf'.:m Mrccr "Sac"--Un scene- . . . CHI .. T-wmmx' Butler . . . Hof l7':N I7ummL.upr' ...' 'Ura-.fs." Basel-.ill I, 5f1.dCf'lT leader Dance C-immzrfcc 2. ,V.z':r.' ' S-KYDRN ,-XN'lWl RN' 'N -c Wa-sf lie- X'---c -- Qsmlxii T ," f' N1 1-f ll' T 'rffr ll " ' " l rl 'Tif RTT '-1 lf' li: Y T. X N K .':.:-TT, ...K .......... 1, ll 11 '1-Z 2. lW1"' ' z. XV"if Y Q Q he I , k 1 QQ- ! . 5 , l SUSAN JEAN APl'l'il.lN 1-pq Hollwruuk Road "Sue"-'Nluxic and laughter are the thinge l like rnmt. Pep Club Igfilee Club jg Bowling n J' J? 713. 4 'Q X, WIl.I.lAN1 APSIT gc Willer Street "Prof"fK.lI.Y.T .... Willi . . Coupes ...' 'Well, all right" . . . Big Otix. Key Club 1, Secretary ,ig Atnmic Energy Club :Q Crfw Cuuntry ig Baweball IQ Biology Club lg Rifle Club 1. DIANE BAKER 33 Hollis Avenue "Dee"-"Wait up Al's" . . . Pina, Clami . . . Beatnik . . . "The Pie." Drill Team ig Glee Club 2, 3Q Sketeh Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 31 Pep Club 2. , . Q -'l Xi rf ln Nlath Ill Bob and joan review tiunctiuns. ln Advanced Cooking Dottie, Barb, and Sheryl combine health and taste. F Q' 1 ' l CW:-fn J e 'Surf 'lg ' ln Latin Ron reads from Ovid's Metamorphoses LAWRENCE BAKER IQCL1mVT1lngS Avenue 1, 54 . . . "Nice' '...' 'Roughu . .. "Tough cream pug" . . . "That's silly." Class Day Cummitree jg Band 1, 2, jg Atomic Energy Club 25 Math Club 3. 18 A zgggrf as Sw ' ln Solid and Trig joan scrutinizes as john performs. .9335 HELEN BARRY PATRICIA BARRH 246 Newlmry' ,-Xvcnxxc Ilf, Edwgn 3:71-1- TOGKXJ . . . Hn:-Rnd Barry . . "I'g1g"'-'Rim I I .114 The Path flndtf- . . . Sli- ....' Paw x Bowling I, 2,21 'lwri-Hi-Y 9:1 Girl? gn' '... Zzldfzan. Sportb I, 2, ,xg Dance Cffmmittcc H.,n.,y RUN 3, 3. H-1 1 31 Nariflnal Hwnflr Swciery 2, 3' RQ Glcc Clnw 14 Br Honor Rfwll I, lg ,Yortlz Star LI. 7 1' Pl- ll' R Ii -XR'l'lll-I Z, Iyi.'.x Q.ri.t. ...Nh A v"" . , f, '. - ...R..w- ... . ',,:X 1 -1 ln NlCCl'l.lT1M'.1l ll'asx"t.1 ll r . ' Rxch wmclu X, ruff X '- C"l'1xKl'Y1'f.i" 'T l'l'll'RIlXRI1'I'AXl -1 ln -- R ai 4 l 1 '9 ? . R'--" 1 is- -T XX X g ,,.I. ,W 1 1" V 'll ll DONALD BEACH 132 Ocean Street "Don"-One of the Demo boys . "XYhatl me worry?" Sailing Club Yeep 1, 25 Teacher Career Club 2, ,xg Key Club 2: Mane! 3, Honor Roll 1. I "7 DONNA MARIA BELFORTE 18 Pierce Street "Bella"-"Hi, Gumbie!" . Down Molloys' . . . Cp lrene's. December 14 j.fN1. .Yorlh Star 1, 2, 3, Sketch Club lg Girls' Club Executive Board M11 Dance Committee 31 Tri-Hi-Y ,RQ Peo Club 1, Secretary 3. DOROTHY JEAN BERRY 148 Oxenbridge Road ''Dottie"-Eddie-5fqf59 . . Barb, Carol . . . "Nuttin?" . . . Leone's Lions . . . Drum Corps. Drill Team 1, Head 3, Majorette 2, North Star 3, Student Leader 2, 5, Girls' Sports 1, 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Alana! Show 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club Pres. 1. BARBARA BETZGER 32 Holyoke Street "Barb"-Those sneaky parties . . . Working at Travelers . . . IOf23f5Q Mane! 3i Dance Committee 24 Glee Club IQ Office 3. , -mf D Q -,ze it HAROLD BETZGER 31 Holyoke Street "Mickey"-Red Olds. . . 13' Club . . . GG . . . Dauph's Corner . . . Dob. Rifle Club 3, Varsity Club 3. 'UQ' I' QQEQI I . 51,8 '14 Wnmm ,ti in 1' . .-in Pete and Justine keep the Problems of Democracy bulletin board up to date. BARBARA FIOAN BERRY 148 Oxenbridge Road "Barb"-"'Sccn Dottie or Carol?" . . . l,aFayetts1,.1'8,1'5S . . . 428 . Blondes IO 1- go. Majorettcs 2, llead jg Drill Tea ig Stiidgnt Council, Secretary 31 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 31 St11Llt'ntl.e3ders 2, Glee ClL1lv1,l1l'l11skv1l1all 1, -, .Uanet Show 1, 1. Group Guidance gives Al, Charlie, and Mal a college perspective. 20 Tw, . . CYNTHIA ELIZABETH BIRNIE 38 Walker Street "Cindie"-L'arc-en-ciel . . . jan.- May, 1960 . . . "Olive" Street . . U.T.S.P.S. . . "Fare welll" Glee Club 1, 1, 3, Office Work 1, 2, 3, Mane! 3, Teachers' Career Club 3Q Honor Roll 1, 1. Sway- A , 5 13? FREDRICK R. BONNER IOS Bellevue Road "Freddie"-Squantum Boy . 13' Club . . . l.eone's Lions . . Island Parties . . . H.j.'s. Basketball 1, 2, Student Lender 1, 2, 3, Tumbling Team 1, 2, 3, Ten- nis 2. fx.. f. Nil... ills.. it- h T Typing II presents no problem to janet. P.-XVI. Bl..-XNDFURD 145 Harvard Street "Blady"-"Who know-N?" "What's the story?" . . . it all. Football IQ Varsity Club 1, 3 'Darn 'Bas- otlice er'F1ciency. 1 1 xmb-il or -i,.r atb -- . N """f ln S1encilingll"Y1ck41"' ' N In 5Cnl,,r fvrr... .H ly.,-.1 i...T, mx-FJ qcogmphx, .mtl bla' .zrwdl B111 their vw uf:xl.:t' if Us ' 4 xx -44 wit ketball 1, 2, 3, Brueball 2, 1- .Hand Show 1. L. .H 'l' :I Q . II 'N Bill lteepx hm nose to the grlndstone in Senior Industrial Arts. WlI,l.lANl R. BRADFORD II58 Furnace Brook Pkwy. "Govcrn0r"fFll6n, 4fI8f5j' . , . White Ford . . . ll.S.N., Summer 1959. Rifle Club 1, 2, 3Q Motion Picture Operator Club I, 2, 35 ,Hariri Show 1, 2. Q3 n P- l , A ,V x la Azul' lil!! 5:5 f' Vs, ' r I 1 f 1' . I x 1- s 1 K 'rl ' I, ""',...-G1 - ., E -nf . -,lv-1 - v In Dressmaking Class Nancy and Gerry are creating I their own frocks. A-xft, and Jack' . If it T:-:.:I ' al ii? if n Aeronautics Film Laing givcx pnimgrx f., lim' T-O I""U Naomi, jnycc, Bull, and Nw' Npin 41 Parixinn wg-li in lfrcnch lll. ll-Sll . N I 4 l vi ' rtilit ,ill . ,Y .- - , Q llrzll il' 1. 1, N1 R. -.,.. cm, l 4f n XXX HR' 'NNNHI avg- R ,ad lim, VNC N1 gmt' '.,, : 3 :,. R Q' .l .ix 'Xk ll rat" N' Cf?" l - NUR .n K . X .., ... .. .. lf.:':f.' ,MV-Ak lx ll 'Z 'lrvll' Y FDXY.-XRD D. BR.-XDl.lfY YIXCFNT A. BRAVIDIS 'lR. lQl'R Xl lWlNl lllil NN XX ll' 'XX Xlxl RRI x Rl A 74 Silgnfd Slrccl .lOl Atlantic Street 1-'1 liar--".:' " N""" 'Q Xlna "' R Ai "'l'6d"ffl,i1 . . . 12.111153 . . Quicr,rvxcrvcCl. 'lifrrf' ll ll KMN ' N ' ' Blonde.-Xngcl ...'5f1 Chev . .. D XX ,--if li x . 1- - 'K ' l- ' '-' X 'lf ' Kent'Q...Yipcr..."Cra1y," hfff n 5, .4 R-1'-3 N K x Atomic Fnergy Clulw :g Science - r ll 4- l 1 - 3 k. 1, l'-'1 x ll ' Club 2. Nur X6 1-I S'l'IiPHFN BRUDNU 3 Buckingham Road "Steve"5Speedy '... .los-5 . . . Col S.B.T.W .... Cell Block 54, 152, 2j.1,,Z41, 211, 05.1, 2o5 .. Gleep. Cross Country ,tg Winter Track 1, 2, 3L Spring Track 1, 2, 3, Nlath Club 2, 33 Key Club 2: llonor Roll I, 2. W.-XI,'I'FR F. BRYAN 245 Newbury .-Xve1111e "Quiet IIIZUIH' l,ocz1l ' . . . "OH your ear" Quincy . . . 'l'ri-Hi-Y Football 1, 2, .IQ Basketball 1, 3- Track 1, ,xg Prom Committee j Yarsity Club 1, ,gg Student Counf cil keep 3, Student Leader 2 Dance Committee 2. 'ff' MARY B. BUCCINI T2 Newbury Avenue 'IUGCXJ . . . 6-20-59 . . . Rinnie's Turn . . . "Don't you know?" Dance Committee lg Student Council 34 Receptionist 3, .llanrt show 2, Prom Committee 2, Girls' Sports lg .llanet ,gg Homeroom Rep. ,gg 'llri-Hi-Y 3. I? 1' -my NANCY M. BURKE 359 East Squantum Street "Nance"-jack, 2f1of58 . TNAGC . . . Expressway . . . Talks with jo. Honor Roll IQ Homeroom Rep lg Dance Comm. 3, Mane! 3, Tri- Hi-Y 3, Glee Club 3, Class Day Comm. 33 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3. ln seventh period Debating Class Don faces up to Lucille in his rebuttal speech. Y r ' t girls' Gym class. ln Advanced Sales jack scrutinizes a house model before he prepares his selling spiel. , ,si gig! Joanne, Lillian, Ruth, and Jeanette get set up in a Ed makes a flag arrangement to symbolize his unit in Modern European History. fi' - ig,-7" e ff' -. .L Jv.."n , I 'Sl' ' Ed and Merry smile with relief because Mr. Leone picked on Rich to factor in Algebra. ln Senior Spanish Fd checks Carol in the daily lwlacl-clwoard exercise. PAUL BURKE P.-XTRlCl.-X MARY BYRNI-i NANCY Fl l!"Xl3l'lill CNR' 'Il ANN k7XXlllx 74 Ocean Street 38 Woodbine Street C.-Xl I All,-XY 2' Yew Wa". N'Ti'f" "Burkey"-"Lucky lj" . . . "But, "Pat"AThe Surf . . . Ruth . . . I-4 W nz Sfrccf lu l at NNE- e . . . officer" . . . Dad'sl?H V-8 Pon- Scottie . . . of IO 50 . . . Gals ses. l'i,'..is . . . l"r.zg-pre N1I'l'iI5 foe: Rr--xl I5 tiac . . . Ivory TiCklel'. sion , , , YYollaSton. .., lhirt' ""' lun ses-:ons like K 'i ' Rep? I Drill Team 2, jg Receptionist lg Nlati Ur-xr' -lr llfl ' l'--r' :A Office jg Nurse-Q' Career Clul' " li-rn K f . W l-x ll- .ard l,TT1'll1-N' 'YJ-cr XX x 2, IL- t Tri-Hi-Y jg Pep Clulv I. l' as I 4 . -u I . ,Hr ., . - ., . - ,i . y.,. . ,........ . - K--:rm .. l .inc K i ,,. re ., ., 1 . I'-h P- ip- I ther ' hratl .A"' r' X...-, N... - V,,..,, Q p-,,.. . 1. p.,,..r 25. 4? I I i , L O Q Q - Ili A i I I. -U . 5 -11 f S v., "We just beat Quincy?" Coach Jack Donahue and his able assistants began this year's wor- ries over our undersized and inexperienced Raiders with the tirst work- outs. After three weeks of intensive drills, the team journeyed to Stoughton for its season's opener. After a valiant but unsuccessful bid for victory, the green Raiders were turned back by the Black Knights. On the following Saturday the I-lingham Harbormen sailed up to engage North at the Stadium. Led by Ist and 2nd mates Al johnson and Pete Bartoloni, the Raider battleship scuttled the Harbormen I8- 6. Against Milton, the Raiders scored quickly thanks to the outstand- ing line play of Charley Sheehan and Brian Connerty and went on to outscore the XVhiz Kids 20-o. YVith the North forces never conceding, the well-oiled Natick football machine gained a hard-fought victory. The Red Raiders showed no ill-effects from a week's layorf as they thoroughly trounced a weak Cambridge l.atin eleven. With the VValter Bryan-to-john Pettinelli passing combination clicking, the Raiders scored in every period. The next two weeks brought I2-o misery to the Raiders, as both New Bedford and Dedham scored well-earned vic- tories by this score. After burying powerful XYeymouth 32-6 in a scrimmage, the Raiders put out with a 2oo'Q effort on Thanksgiving Day to come up with a stunning upset over Quincy's bruising Presidents. Although the whole team turnei in a tremendous game, co-captains Ed Swirbalus and Paul "Granville Tr ,pup " Sadlier along with Skippy Pierce, Charlie Ander- son, and Paul lalircciitie came in for extra praise. XVith this all- important victory, the Raiders evened their record at 4-4 and made their season and their turkey dinner a success. Coach j ack Donahue North North North North North North North North Stoughton Hingham Milton Natick Cambridge Latin New Bedford Dedham Quincy i -lil .l- -l-11 Pete Bartolonl Paul Fgidlicr' W- a.8 -in , ' A .fr A - ,.- iy 6. . ' I x Dad Donahue and Mum Kelly cook up ' JV some country-kitchen strategy with Fd and Paul. vluhhxun l1'hnl'crr:nrll1 I 27 Q. 1 J 'v 1 , - - ' -- 4-.. .I 7-1 'ff' "7 0 ' " 6.1. 4 I' A V - nv anim: .' 1 1. 'fl rt ' IQDW.-XRD .-X. CAREY 196 Pine Street t. in I, N,, I-.d -l.l .... 9, lxyyjfj . . W,S.B.B .... Cell Block 405. Band 1, 2, 31 Science Club 3 .-Ktoniic Fnergy Club IQ Radio-'lil' Club 1, jg XY.S.B.B. I, 1, -3. DENNIS CARINI 82 Sagamore Avenue Peggi . . . Braintree 2, 3 . . . Brettk 1, 2, 3 . . . Billy's other half. . .lack Nlalmgren Charlle Sheehan Paul Coughlin Bud . . , Howiek . . . Mrs. U'Brien. "Here, Ref! You make the touchdown. l'm bushedf' says john .llanff 3. PAU11.cARRo11 156 Farrington Street THOMAS F. C.-XT.-XLDU 18 Bloomfield Street ".-Xce"fDot . . . Spaghetti Ball "Dink"-Thirteen-One Club , , , ...Brick5...Unel.1gl1terx...' months . . . Cxtlillirnii. Basketball 1. l"0' F' Ifllie . . . "Want a drag?" . . . Flag Raixing. .V y Baseball 1, lg Hockey 1, lg Varsity ' ' T,-gffvi-TnQ'h.' Club 1, 1. 31?- '1 Gui' - " . Q , , , g-,--. SQ l. 5'0- -1 mv, 599 5 x A CL K ' 'Qc K Q, P '11 5 - 35,5 1, , L? -Q .9 -.Q Q 5-Nibw 01 Al endsweeps for the "TD" Bill Tcdmw 5 'ITIHIIIIN K.. Brian C-Inncrrv 39 2.52 'f"'f7 .IX r X5 IU.-KN CIIASIF. 12: Pins Struct 4',I":an:c" L'h.1w . . . X .JL ern ...' 'Why nf-fi' '.... RAI' Fnglixh 1: . . . Idii, fill-C LIS' 1. l,,1gII ritz? Pt R I'CNL'TIfLlfI'wL' IL Irt-II:'Y ' X - Q-1lI'l'L'Y CIA' ig IITTIN' I, I. '.' 2' I x -II ISI' I'II I . LIII- 'I NN YYI5 3' If xr? Xu" I I 1- INII ..., I--NWNIN' NIM-K' .,I'AIiR I, ..yg....I. I XRIIIIR III' Ii N E., l . z. 'X Y Charlie prepares tht wax t r 1 touchdown Al breaks through the defensive line. ii' r. Dick Cooke ww Y ,ao .,Q""'t4 '- . " my ' n I 5 Z., J. H' D A Qan- 45 VValter Bryan ,IRAN CLANCY LOUISE CLANCY RCTH ANN CLARK THOMAS JOSEPH CLARK 84 BVUUR Sfffff 207' liverett Street Il Greenwood Avenue 60 Weston Avenue MHVU21, hvfxfr and Vilfid ZW-"1-lil Benchwarmers . . . "Sow" iiRL1Ihl6,,-lI,,'IO ttftt ST . . . Pat . . . "Thom"-"Remember the Maine" - - - SCPfC'ml'CV 14, l ff' 28,,"iI 1 Ngo . . . Y.'I'.S.N.S. . . Surf. . . Party Southie . . . 11f6f6o . . . Drive-ins. . .Advanced Study Library Stal? 1,'l'TL.1s "What glasses? '... Ooh, Wednes- . . . .l.P .... Texas . . . 2of1of58. Ill . . . "Easy!" . . . Midnite oil. day nights. Cilee Club 1, lg Pep Club lg Nur- ses' Career Club 1, 2, jg .Yorlh Mm' 31 ilfllflff 31 Dance Comm. ig 'I'riaHi-Y ,ig Receptionist -gg jr. Prom. Comm 2. 3 Dance Committee I1 Nurses' Ca- reer Club jg Tri-Hi-Y jg Pep Club 1 w lr 'x J' Class Treas. 1, 3, Basketball I, 2, Prom Usher 1, Graduation Mar- shall 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 2, Pres. 3, llanel, Layout Editor 3, .Yorth Star 2, 3, Sketch Club 25 Varsity Club 1, 12, 3, Dance Comm. 1, 2, 34 Prom Comm. 3. -.4 , Q -11' u 35.41 -5 ."f--3115 -I g -.41 ,-v. .4 g...i .add-1-I-Lili! Paul I,aBrecque Charlle Anderson :f'1a..': D, ,rl at 1. .---0 vo ' . 1 if 1 ll ,, .li A A . ,-, : Paul lam- t -r P1lW1'f'A,.l ftttsme. DOROTHY Cl..-XSBY YlRGlNlA,l,F,F, Cl..-XY IU XXXI- U sl XRINNI Y XYCY I ll vll I Xl XX ISO Billings Street -ISRRWQUT1 Ruud I-3 H,,1,,,- N-,fp ll' "L li RZ "Dottie"-ilimnty . . . Hey, Pat, "Ginny" -"Hey thcrc, 'HUB'-' " IN lpn., IX Ulm' in 15,1 - - z- Dv R A t Nick, Grccnic . . . Nappy . . . ..."Sucl1ixlit'cf' '...' 'Y1wvW1v-" Wcuu V, I--.-Ni X1 tl ,,- ' 2' : l ' Expressway . . . TNATGC. ...' 'Snitzclr'rit1". IJAM .,,,.11 X ,T l- - lt -i -' ' Drill Tcam I, Z2 Nlajorettcs 1: Glrc Clul- iq, Sketch Clulv 1, kh,,,,-,,lr,.. 3' 4- ,. z,.,. I ,.,hi,. X , I- li Y RcCc'Ptl0niHt 2, ,IL Girl? Clulv Trl-lli-Y 3. 1 H 1, I" l .E--7 3, 1.-71' Trcas jg Dance Comm. I, 2, 3, N, ,.- ,. 3. ,V VAN X p,,.N North -Vff1r'jgUirli'SportQ I, 1, 3, I.. H. 3 Q 31,5 3- 14.-V, 3. ,Hand Show 1, 3, Tru-Hi-Y 3. Jw. K In ll ,t , R 'j 'l,'g':-'K 1, lf.':f.' Nl? Xl ', I 1 .. ,. K ...... - .-.- lf: V .U , If if-u-u-115 l" 415' my I - xx "" fl 5. . f' 1 . . .-..1...., 1 .. t 3 0 nw Starting l1is tl1ird year, Coach Ken Rickson directed his veteran tea111 toward anotl1er l1ard-fought season in tl1e Greater Boston League. With his starting five comprised of returning lettermen, Coach Rickson l1ad tl1e team tired up for an impressive first game win over Quincy. Game Captain Paul l.aBrecque sparked the Raiders with Zi points. :Xlthough our ace guard, -lim Painten, was out of tl1e lineup for the next game, tl1e Raiders overcame tl1e handicap, and can1e tl1rougl1 VN'lfll an easy victory over Medford. The Raiders then ran their winning streak to xg by defeating l.owell at tl1e North gym. Painten broke back into lineup with a big 29 points. ln the next gl1IT16, Xyfiylllflllfll brougl1t the Raiders' streak to an abrupt llllll' with a one-point victory. However, tl1e Raiders got their revenge against Revere as they can1e out on top of a 57-55 score. l,Lll.lfL'Tl sparkled for tl1e Raiders as he dominated the defensive boards. Next, Cl1elsea visited North and tl1e Raiders used them to prepare for the three league giants: Malden, lfverett, and Somerville. But even with this preparation, tl1e Raiders fell before all three after putting up hard struggles against each. l.aBreciiue again was tl1e big gun against Quincy, but tl1e Raiders just c.id not have it on this occasion. Going down fighting, tl1e Raiders knew tl1at even though they lost, Quincy had been in a tough game. The Raiders came back to the winning track again in their next two decisions with victories over both Nledford and l,owell, but then tl1e boys ran into Xxeym'-11tl1, wl1o proved the superior team once again. As we go to press, the team has five games remaining. Coach Rickson l1as given us l1is assurazzcc that the team will keep plugging and bring added praise to the sehoof. Coach Ken Rickson Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort Nort h 1 1 .1 .1 1 1 1 I1 .1 1 1 C1 h .1 -1 5 fl 4-9 78 57 57 60 52 59 SO 64 87 56 51 62 42 'vi Quincy 38 Medford 42 l.owell 64 Vey mou t l1 60 Revere 55 Cl1elsea 38 Malden 61 Everett TI Somerville 76 Quincy 72 Medford 75 l.owell 42 Xveyniouth 53 Revere 64 Chelsea 59 R-.1 - - Paul LaBrecque jim Painten l I 5 , I v Qc A -' X t ' K Mgr! if pf jerry Bradley Xl....g ,f Rxch Hulmt-cr5 Dad I.aBrccquc and Mum Bryan hand good luck to Nw Paul and Walter. .13 33 X hr!! xyx i 8 C . 4 X H lu... : ,H I , I l ' Pzuntcn on the drivc Patil Sztdlicr Rich grzilwx it lrmmc lvzlll. Y . ,xl Run I'llctChcr 1' , . 1 I IUI ISI I, ll I INN RICIIARID CUIAX FII. REGINA NIARIE ll H - 9' ' 14 Nlz1kuirriz1Strcct CONNOI.I.Y I l ' , "RiChif:"f-Currier Buy . . . 31.31. gi lNIz1yHower Rtmd I Nl it -- .fi . .. C'.,l .... XIL-mail Nweat . . . Hut "Rcg"v'47 Merc . . . "Well, now" I7 n lx ' . l Iirclif-in, Nzuheun . . . Big lwlnxt. ..."Sc'cn Cork?" . . . "Swing" . .. X r L L ir, L 'I Vlpli Hfickgy 1, lg Rifle Cliili 1, jg Yzir- 6f"rjf5Q . . . "You know." If P xitx Cliiiw 2, Q. Drill Team 1, lg Girl! Baskctlwn l -.-7 Q, 1, 2,521 Tri-Hi-Y 31 .llanfl 3. ' 11 Q 15 ? xi. 34 R. BRIAN CONNIAIRTY IIC Collay Road "Ywgi"g"Stupid Stupid Stupidsu . . . SYC . . . That little redhead . . . "lNIoosc.H Key Club 2, jg Footlrall I, 2, 35 Spring Track I, 2, 3, Varsity Club I, 1, 3, Dance Committee 24 Sketch Clulm I, 2. , nie STEPHEN CONROY 474. Hancock Street "Steve"--"Remember the Blaine" . . .Germantown . . . "XYhatta we gonna do?" Football I, 2, .gg Basketball ig Prom Comm. Chairman 3: Yar- sity Club 2, Exec. Board All .llfmrl Show IQ Homeroom Representa- tive 25 .Yorllz Star jg jr. Prom 2 .IOANNF CCXJG.-KN RlCH.-XRD U X llil. 168 Davis Street RR H1-lla .Xvenne "jo"-.-'luguxt ::, mgf, . . "llitk'Pf:: 1: 5' 1 1: Frankie . . . Winthrop . . . S -31 gf, ...' 'NN'her:Y Nlarpl . , Nl . . . 408 . . . l,oix . . . Beehet. ...' 'Why 1:1111 'X l'l:1v.'iiL1ll 1, 1,3 lil i' mill I, , llffckey' t, 1, IQ Y.ir-"3 Qi .itz 'litem 1gSfi.tlvif l eatlrr 'L lll Comm t, 2, :Q l'r 'xii Comm. 1. X NIA RI "X l,L4'Nllll .Xe V., , . Hxinn. f,. l,a,, nhl.- Dan CL' -U, A ni lfx hrf Q :71:7it't:1 '. 1. l ll X t, N ,N Ctrl-er k . , 1 Haw: "".l i. 1. Pt? K.. Comm. 2. 'X CU?lCl1 Ricluon Nhuvvx how tu wurl-Q 5 ' the fone, l' 1 f' I f' 1 , ,X 3. J Al ' Q Q3 ' ' 7 ' IJ. . V Q J- i gur- u Qt - A , Q H , ik 1 '51 Q . 7 r f ' l i . UC' writ' Rizggiq-rw l'a.,:"-'r 35 ? gy....R.... ' II X IIC S X 53: X. A, ' vg- I I n l .J 4 'ff' 111141 11, A. Q1 Jl'YSP1l,l 'gg XYqdguxx1+11d Struct .lz1gl4...- ll fPl...N11dLllrl111r3 . . . 'lcrl r1dr' '...A lxyllilf fil fl1111l4:n'ul-1+11rF" llmzrr xg Prmn f111711111rtu' jg Ulm' Clnlr QQ: llnncu fnrnrn 1. -Il J,-XX Cl Dl'R'l'X'l-'VY 11 XY1r1xl11w Rnnd "-l11:1n1c"f "Spun R1-gr' '..,' 'Hwy S:1nd1 ' ...' 'Chuck 11' '.,.' 'HL Nlaru' '...' 'Svu1ng," Bnwling ,gg Dr1ll 'll-ann 1, 1: Rc- Ccl't111r'11N! I, lg Cilrlf llxlxlxctlvzlll I 1, 2: 'l'r1-HLY 3g Ryu-1111+-n1Nr in Nurfc! KDHHCC 1. '1 , Q , X Cnprairm Paul I,z1Brccq11c 1 ' Q - ' x Q . .lL'Ul'lH 1' 'N BRLU1 cs. CROFTS 55 FWV7' iw' ' 128 W'cXtl",lr11.3wen11c H.lUdYM .l f--- HUT "little Q'r11rn"fRedl'1ead.,.M:1y xlfffln V I' '--. 16, 1955, . . . Nwvernlvcr 26, 1951, Mgllfc ,..Br11n1'1...Fc'l1. IX, 1951, . .. P1NI,..IDcc. 111941. Plwrlwgxll 1, 2, gg Winter Track 1, jg Spring Truck 2, 3. .fl Paul Hghts for a rebound im KIFIVCN Hn lvlfk I-x I'x"I .lnxl i 1 x ,- 1 . 4 I , I ?xM I NI.-XRY CRIIXIIQR NHRXIRX' LINXIXI Ikll Sgxgum--rc Street 11' I'.xrN1 ,-X-. fi, QLN..-X .... I,:xrr3'...1 , "Spy" H - XI- -I I Brew-fur, XILINN ...., I Lf, K , , . In 'Ir 'ftp I H Butch . . . Izm A Ikgddffx. 1gMj,1, Ride KIM- 2. .II'I7I I II LI RRII R , Z'I.1TTmi '-wi' N"- I1-7" X1 ' , , Q I Brat' :A ' --'. Rlchu' :md I'.r.i X I.: t--r 'rv' , g U Iu1II. DTD.. ,si I IIIIIXIINII-IIN-N I"I"X" .t.., vN.,. Il .I , -- . -x-- I Il,x II I II 'f I -IH. .- nx- C3 I 5 v ' '-I-I I I I I 1- W I X 1' i V n vv' XYIIIT --1. 'K lj l 5, I ffj TW' if Li .. Y Ta' 'P 'V ol W. . 4- 1' , 'xf'Qi:'..T't rg Lai- l 'r az! ,u , x . I .,. ," l L-Q, This year, Coach Bob I.aing took an experienced Raider hockey team into the Metropolitan Hockey I.eague wars at the Boston Arena. The Raider pucksters started strong with one-goal wins over both Don Bosco and Malden with third-year defenseman Mike Densmore net- ting the winner in each. In their next outing, the North-enders were beaten back by Quincy in the battle for first place. Ed Pyne played an excellent game for the Raiders, blasting home their lone goal. XVith the next two games the Raiders ran their record to 4-I by handily defeating both Chelsea and Everett. Juniors Pete Cooke and Dave Higgins stood out for the Red Raiders in these contests. How- ever, the North-men hit a snag for the next two games, dropping close decisions to Revere and Christopher Columbus. Getting these two games out of their system, the Raiders came back with a strong repeat win over Don Bosco. Captain Al johnson drilled home both Raider goals. .-Xgainst Nlalden, the Red-men found out to their sorrow just how cruel luck can be as they dropped a 4-2 decision. liven so, the boys came back strong, and led Quincy until the last minute when a deter- mined Prexie assault netted the equalizer. In this game, defenseman Charlie :Xnderson played one of his best. Next, the Raiders again found what a dinierence luck can be as they got orf47 shots on the net but came away with only a 2-o win over Chelsea. Capt. Johnson and Pyne banged home the North goals in an extremely clean game. At the present time, three games remain to be played with the team determined to win or die. Coach Bob Laing I 7 V.-I f ff ' 4 i NN N. 'x ' x It X H '75 North Quincy Don Bosco North Quincy Malden North Quincy Quincy North Quincy Chelsea North Quincy Everett North Quincy Revere North Quincy Christopher Columbus North Quincy Don Bosco North Quincy Malden North Quincy Quincy North Quincy Chelsea 'L' 'P I .W , K, ll . il I N, .. Edgar" Pyne Al .lwhnwn 5 -I' .. S ' .' -2- -f-:li-if Pete fights ni center it. jerry Crowley 1 ,IANIHT I.. IDARCY 1.4, Tirrell Street "Ia1n"fQuict . . . Calm . .. If,hC. fvlcc Qluli L, NIARIE A1 IY.-XRRICQU 42 .-Xpplct-111 5'rt'tAt lunc mliinnap --"NXI1t1'tY Illfiyffyl Itzllizin litiy x.., Nlj. Xinny . 'lihc' lXIIl'..fxI.1'... Cilee Cluli IQl,'f1il.l1 IL II 1115- rw-1111 RL'INTL'XL'YT!.1' '. 1- Q, f,gylt Cluli, I',XCk'llf1',L H+i.11'1.i 1. I l Dick Cook Ralph Anderson DIANIR NI.-XRIIQ D.-Xl'PHINIfIi ,IUYCI2 I.. IJ.-XYIIJSUN SVS.-XNNIS K. DIQIANIQY 4 ,-xpplt-nm Struct is Hwtiilph Sm-t-t fi' Division Street "l,irrIQ- Ijgiiiphn- Trim . . . f,,'11' Iuin . . . 1 2,1 gf, . . . Iixprcxwvziy "Parlay"-,lirnmy . . . T,f'2o,f'5q . .. gf, . . . 'Swinging' . . . 8,'15,f5c, . .. "Yupf" .... -XIX. . .Those XYGSIQV t-nd Partiwf PCP Clulv 1, 21 Bowling I, 2 2' tllanfl ,tg Ilancc Cuniniittcc 2. . . . I,'11rt'c11-cial . . . Fried Kim, 1111101 ltgx . . , 'I'NA'I'GC. Student Cliuncil 1, 2, ,gg Cilcc Cluli 1, 2, Rt-ccptiuriixt 2, jg Girls' Bau- kctl-zill 1, 2, ,qg .Hanat ,gg National unfir Sucicty 2, ,gg Dance Cumm. s x . N 1, -, ,, Ir1fII1-X ,. 8'1o,f5r, . . . P.zx,l.S .... Caught in the XYCIJ . . . lNI.I,. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Leader 1, 2, 3, Nurxes' Career Cluli 1, 35 Pep Cluli 1, Girls' Spurtx jQ.l1lZ7If'l Show 2, ,gg files Cluli 1. 1 fl "'7 40 a-mn as-1,2..i'54+-s:.'oci,.41Z1.tix YL- .V I , 1 -fu .- 1 2' - ,fr .- 1 " 1' " 1 " - - N LII John Stimlmcris in x a r l,,- .gctj-j D - I F, -Hi- . ' I 'sv . ,I 4 . . Q 1 if' 'I' f :.! ' "Edgar" Pync wcfrrcx il Mfg' 1 .1g.1InXTQ'::nCy. . . Billy fanllnhnn I'--I-I I ARIIFS III-1 f: john Srrccr I lf.-X II I I,Hr'lI1.lI' LIIIQIFIIFH 'I XYINI QIIII I Ima' rmfwslu . U Iwrc' X Ivvffrgc' Ind I, I, Yin' IIFINVIICUI 1, IQIM' QIIII- I, 2. 1. Scnwr RACIII- III-I : Ig NI,I'.II.I'. 1. 'W - :Q-F-o 'N-v., N U -I ,A E X, ig . ?' fi .,'. s .A I Q RHX 1 II I .. I XX f K, I K NIICII.fXI'I III-XSXIHR1. IIN III N III Nu II XXII I II'-'- XII III NI IIIIUI g.,,,. II 11' II X I II--- I III IIII' "XX '-'III.1:mI'I'r1S'rru-f l' I' ' N" ' .' I ' N ' "XItRe"' 'R:'u1vrv1"tr rI1f' xI.i"" I4 I X I 3? "' 'K ,..C.ar -If x,,, NIw:I:I.g.1x. II' I' 'R II II ' R X I4 IIIN .I.' Yu'-'U ..I7rwI X 'vjz I X I II.m-':w.x1I i, 2, 1, II Iqvxfk , H II - , II '-'I' Ifwrwx LI ',1- 1, 1, 1. I I" - " .Ifrv :,:,kIr -XIA','T'TX . Ifr I' ,,I. X1V,.H':,, 3- ly.. lI'r"v 1. I'f I H Z, Ix ' ri-.W 1, 1, I'- I -- g II I, s-,-.3 ,Q 41 n :l ...J 4.-..,,. hlullrlny slluufs Y-rum Cl11sC ln. Hlluy, Nlbnzlgcrf 'iinrtzl' march?" vs -- A 'n fi 10- .. ,'a:'f,1 -5:3 E' 'P' 1, -ff' I ' 'IQ-'40-'L ik -PQI! C Y 1 1. vi, I a . ' f q. , S Y . 1 ,,:y. , X-1 , 'u M . '-.....,e1e - 1 . lung 'W-., -1. F . 'P -"fi ' .ff- I rf.. ,.,. 1 R 1 ' 'I' . Y.: : -1 . 1' l -. -ff l , . ' Inf? s , . Q r 1:1 - if Qx ..,-.-xiii! -A " f?'T1'- ,.-'Y-'f .lf 5 If 1 1 . ' .,h,f,,g-.-:sign 'lu '-gi?" ' O - ""47.,, 1 Q' ' , ,SY gf" ,Q JW ' N' ,. ' .lf " . - - .5 . , 114. - ""f154:hQ-.a ,XX , 1 , . . 5 A f ,.. s ,- ' . . . ,V nf0'r l.' .' 1 in '. p o-" Pete on ll breakaway AI.IfRl4D QI, l7lS'l'F,l-f-KNO RICHARD S, DURING IiI,I.lHN Dl'I"IfY M.-XRCIA DUFFY 11 l'r1,x1-cur XXIDKLL' II4 Fzxxun Ruud 1:8 l'rm1wCt :Xvcnue 118 XYQH Elm Avenue "All'1+11Nc" llulqlln' NN' '... 1.3-I "Inv n1irNcl1cn" . . . "YYr1n A "lfll1L-'l "'Dilly' '...' 'Sowhz1t?" "DuH:lCS"-.lack . . . 6fI4,f57 . . . Clnl w...' 'l.l11:11 7 4 flnlvn lmy' '... L'llPCi1l'iC?' '... 6 l1ut's. ...A A-l1hllfl5 me." Fred bg Qlive , , , Frog , , , "Ong," Q11 Fnrd . . . '-N 11131, Bruce?" Blwlngy Clulw 1, lg Science Clulm I3g1,kQrl1g1ll 1, Ifn11rln1ll 1, li X 111' '1 Ql..l1 1, 2. gg Atmnic Energy' Club IQ llanft 5. Y '. 1, 1- Yfkflfl -Nlflll' RQ National 'fczichers 17169 crnmn ,-Xward :Q Honor Roll I. fm... 1.------.....--..... -V ..-A,-.- , S xl "Edgar" and 'Nniggi' SCFZIITIIIIC I-or a lonxc A, G . , S - puCk. an 5-1 J' il .- ' A 'wo , px . A I L .Nx"', K XVII l,l.-XXI IDINPHY Rl PNP I . DVR XX I' XXII I IXY1 llllx RRI XP NHRA 34 XY.1lkcr Street , U zmice' Rnd - 'A - x K ' X- -- -- "Hull" Drunn . , , Ph'-rf-qr.1phcr "'I'lKQHU" A-,' 'Ht N 1 Q N 7 1 b - X X . . . "Fink" "KQrccn nmnurf' I T Q Pl Pll"'l' S'---mx W . H P rx xl .LN ,...1 4 I'.NfI'C'H,l'N Harker . . . X' 4 N . . Maui 5-g':.1r1fnr "ru H ,.g, , . . Ra xr IH VW' K V "' x 1 -,.,1. R:'x'f'i"'-'71'x' 3. X ,r ' R-H-vrr CE-.w lhuwk t1f'L'l"1X"'T HW 4. f..,v. 'a Z xv , X n Q fl 1 . -. i -. P A x 2 I Lf. 54.519-7-- "3 -f. ' ' ."- ' L." ' - 'ul-L-'C Although the boys won only two ball games, this year's baseball team turned in an adequate job considering their inexperience. Coach Ed Phil- lips welcomed only two returning lettermen from the previous year, :Xl johnson and Paul Sadlier. The Raiders had a rocky beginning as the five straight losses can attest, but after picking up some experience the boys came on fast to split their Hnal four games. The tirst of the two Raider vic- tories came at the hands of Thayer. George Rug- giero pitched tine 6-hit ball in leading the Raiders to their io-4, win. On the ottiensive, Al johnson, Paul l.aBrecque, and .lim McCabe each had two hits and combined to drive home seven of the ten Raider scores. In the last game of the season, the Raiders showed an indication of things to come as they thoroughly dumped Quincy 9-4. 'liom Clark showed amazing control as eight Prexie batters went down swinging. Hike Densmore, .lim Mc- Cabe, and Al johnson led the Raiders at the plate. ff, ,g North North North North North North North North North jim stops the opponents run Q? F 5 coach Ed Phillips Q a t if 1' X f - .b ' l 5 l ks' . XXX: ' ,Q :I-,nfs . fl fi BA El 1 f 1 1 , . "Z I A-'N Al Johnson Coach "Pop" Phillip . QS IIN' r"?"'X ,N . pu 72' 3 I, ,7 ff -.f x. 5 ' v ws.-bk' ii .1 4. ' No ' - . - .- ,,,,'TZ's-1Y':,f5-- s?1"'a1'v:"' e "" ' ' 2-- . 'x-dr '51 ' 15, ' 55' fi -'E 4.-Q, ski' . .v..,v 'f':r"3 xl, ,- P C .,q 'Q Q' R-,F ik., i f f', r:-'5h . -Qsgfeg, -. , J, . -- ,-xxg. N 'I' x . M' W- Ss' Y ' ' . ," .A A " F, J-fs-Q 3' ..-3' 'cu'- j4'?1?Q'r'Y7- ., A -ef ff.: .- ' f S ' - h in Q.: 1- .S - 1 " ' 5 A . In -ipQ-T".Q2K fb '..4- ' K . ' fu , .:':.. S 21 fe l CARUI, FISHI-IR 645 Handcock Street "Quiet, cool, Calm, and ColleCt6d" . . . junior year .... -X fternoon gabfest. library Staff I, 2, , FIUHN R. l7l'l'ffil'lR.-Xl.D ll Border Street 'ilhe Irlffllw' 'iSz1y, Babes" . "Carol, wl'u:reix ,ludy?" . . "You're denwn . IC 'xqlfjo . . . "Pals," Sli6tCl1 Club i, LL Ride Cilulw lg Baseball Nianag r . Demons on the diamond. Paul Sadlier VS'll,LIANI FITZGERALD 9 Acton Street "Fitz"-'49 Desoto . . . '55 Dodge ...L'.S.A.F .... G.U.C .... C.A.P. . . . "Let's fly." Motion PiCture Operator Club lg .Yorth Star 2, ,gg Debating Team 3. PATRICIA K. FLAHERTY 104 Edwin Street "Pair"-",lefT,' . . . 5fl9f59 . . . "Oh, Lovely!" . . "What, no homework?" ..., A irlines . . . B.S.j.C. Pep Club lg Basketball I, 2, Tri- Hi-Y 1, 35 Homeroom Represent- ative 3, Dance Comm. I, 2, Mane! 3. JOSEPH FLANAGAN 46 Brunswick Street "jose"-"Smiley" . . . "jo jo" . . "Hey, Bo Bo" . . . "Oh, ya" . . . "Like, help" . . . Squantum boys. Rifle Club 3g Varsity Club 3. -6 -av 46 , ,4- :X Kb 4, --as, f . 1 Y '-if fyultf I 7 47 a+' 'S 'C'-4 xx X. .. . ,jf . ' -X ' --,v+"- ,N "-' -'."' 01144 F . C ' 1'. N 7' - -. 1 'ss f N. 1 -inf ,Q D 91"-' , . -4' . . '. j',1.- I . P 4 n . f M' .,f-- . .. ' Girlie- js-f' Q I Qf 5 X ' . . 4"-4F.LfZ"- ' x - ' , . like Dcnsmore " u-- ' . .. :F-21: ..Tf"f'-,, Mike picks out n gfwd unc. 5,1 FV -Q . ," n gf -'x ,M - -- F' ' . , 1 . . I . , ' G Q ' , ' T'-' f . fm NK-"VCX the wmnncr, 7- WX IHHNHN NIMHXII IHIIW 141 A' I .' L , J I-.,. ly Nu 'L by" Xxf' ' R.-' 1 '. I , '-,',a'r'.' , RJ: K . xv- K' ' ' RUN.-KID .-X. Fl,FTfHI"R TH,-XDDI-'l'S III I'KPS R4 will Rl X 1'4" VXRII YN IHRHP Nl 9.2UlzwCr:XvCr111C qi lqlffff Sfrqqf T," H N" ' :' Pux- X' Uplfffhu' "'I.YhnC' '... Und'N "Th-Wd.. Mnfnnyfe BACK," "H " 4' " N1 I H " N1 1 UldN---l-'1f-ll4- - -Ux'f7Xlkf1llW',-' Uflrcy' Clfld Wharf' fhrx :H . .V 'Q . XM 'L vi ll H Fmvtlmll lg B.ukctlv.1ll I, jg frwv "Band Prfwf' , . NYJ. URM 1" 'Nr I5 U NN F" N1 Cmlnrrv Ig Spring Track l,.:. IL Rand r, 1, 1. Pri-, 1, ,-NI' Q 3. I' H H ., N N, :WW V Ynrvty' Unix :, TL Dame Cf-nm ,Xmnrf xg Nhrh Qld- 1, HH-lxgx . IH-M x V- -- N V- 5 X IYUNCQ' I. 3- fluh I, Yarxurx Vivziv 2, H--"X ' 4 " U - k' - . l""' 1 x -- '- E- P5 N R1-ll 1. x H " ' . H 3 '-1' ' ' 1. n I '-- H.. A H . - 4- - L -i ,- 1 I . f Q ..- , , -7 3-Q Q.P"""' 'W 154' gnu f. I' f.' Tom Cataldo George Ruggiero I .4301- V --L- ' .Q Y N- , --3,.a'- SHERYI. ANNE IfL'RNl-1SS 26 SHl'l'Or'Cl Strrcl' "Sarge"feC.C. Drum Corpx Com pctlriom . . . fllztmpionsliip 1956 N . . . Thurxdaly with Bonnie. Haslietlwzlll I, 1, ,gg llfzwt jg Cum era Clulm lg ligantw- CQ-mm, Q. I j X ff S Q L "-9-. -' 51-50-f' 1 ,'. 'fmlfl - ' 'Lf' 1 4' : - - S ns- ' - - :-- :,,' - ' - - - -B . - 'F A QQ nr'- , l STEVEN L. GEARY 291 Elmwood Avenue "Steve"-july I7 . . . Pat's boy . . . "Swingin' " . . . "Great save" . . . "No sweat." Soccer 3g H. R. Rep. 3g Math Club 3g Key Club 2, 3g Dance Comm. 3g Rifle Clulx I, 3. PETER E. GIBBONS 76 Watkins Street "Mike"--Denver '58 . . . "Gail" . . . "Rich's" Bazooka" . . . "Sue" . . . "Panning gold" . . . Vagya- haggen. Baseball Ig Mane! 3. 1.-, --.oil 'o.-'Iii--'ff 7' . 6 , bf 1-YI. -xx fx 5 If if-5 . . , H X ..f- N. i . A 1 Mike hits . . . sk F' ' l If Q 11' Ara, - it-49. pf .r"' THOMAS Gll,l.IG.-KN 50 Lunt Street "T"-"Hey, Man." ' ' '-'S I-1-'-az"'r,. . Rifle Club I. ' 5"."'.rq5f'f?-Q, gs r- - .514-'D Z' 'ifggil . .md so-rt-U hi Nm' 1 FR.-XNCINF I.. GIUVF CH.-XRLFS lG0l,DFY L' -'KR1 YI YN XXX 1.1 'I 'I SRI H XR1 WI I3 MR XHKN1 309 Beale Street 5X1+wcmvStrcct ii: Rm. tw Vv---' 1'- N "tw K X "Fran"-PR.-K . . . Northeastern ''L'huck"-f"Ch.1rlcvli-vldl-crgn... 'Suns' . '- c KK. W. Xiu vw " XX h .- v -1 ...Surt'.. ,ISN . . ."51mr K-ml" "You crown . . . H1-t Hcnrv .I ., I - env- Xxx " 'N 1 Hn-' 5 ' .. . "Super" long kland Bridge. N 'rf 1. H '1 ' R H 1, 2, Nan Vw' Receptionht jg Nuriei' Career Key Club Z. ZA Ihncc C--rnnmrrrr NMI H v N --'w 2, z, 1.3- Clulw -rg Tri-Hr-Y jg Utticc Worker .tg Soccer jg .Hman 3. kim ' 1 IM' -- xt v-rm , 3, V- rv- J. K' rvv"" 1. Y':"r' Q P , 1 t u 49 I 1 I 1 .gl-1..1 I l v nu , V Q N N, Q ' A JL 1 Q 4" Lf. f' .l' ' glii-rn - - ...l-.. ' . - The first phase of the North track scene began in the fall when Coach Dave Meaney called for the Cross Country candidates. YVith Clark Maloof, Al XValker, Gordon Rollins, and Ted Kowilcik placing high, the team had a hne record against the tougher teams in North's class. With winter, the second phase of our track picture came into focus. Coach Bob Gentry ran the team through its paces in preparation for the Nlet league season. Standouts for this year's team include Pete Bartoloni in the hurdles, :Xl YYalker in the high jump, Gordon Rollins in the mile, and Clark Maloof in the 300. Although the squad lost many tight duel meets, Coach Gentry expressed his belief that this year's team did a line job and that the school should be proud of it. Our third phase of the track year comes with the spring when Coach Gentry greets the squad at Cavanaugh Stadium's dust bowl. Both Coach Gentry and the yearbook editors believe that a team with such standouts as Pete Bartoloni on the polevault, Clark Maloof in the mile, Arnie Kaupp in halfmile, and jim Mowbray on the javelin is 5 destined for victory. fqi 1Q Coach Bob Gentry .. Cl-5 George Larkin Steve Grant Pete Bartoloni LJ: ,-"5 2.2313 l W, Lf I UJHQBY 1 H I I 51 .. jim squints before he throws 1 'Fug . ll- ' r 'ig -I QL If f"Q '::5,F 1- ' 'W AFB .2-. gi .iw 32.15. s --- EL 5- iviiiiil ff .,, , ,lv .. 'Q 1 v-.I Q, Q,-r .HJ 54' . r A ,Vx A A nf, .ui kk 42,15 ft I 1 , , x n 4 w:'..:Q 'n, -.v 7- X. . . sh, X . ,Z "Rf, f 'X 'sq-A , - :-'h. .ff-,1 wg -aff' - 7 ...I x X uf, H6 .xi IX ' '," 5' 'YF :e".:aA?- 1' .4 , I A , I 0 Q J fo 1 Q I 1-5-Sfigliqiygl. Q-'S ,Zi ? fy XY. !r'S r-'-A ' Q ' 1 I ggi Z If --...- X S . . ,.- .Q .Q qi .-, " '- ii 51514 - ,,,. J , s. 1.1 f.- :o4"x.'5'?'x . -1 jp Q 4 ,"' If.- Q, ,,,Q'. vm ...J--' .rr 11 Qi W? W L J 5 , 'i 4.,X'! XY ,,' V 'Y v Paul and Denis wait their turn to beat Belmont. 'a l a 1- s 1 Pete succeeds at lo'6". Jeff winds up as George watches. I X '- Y 'ff 5 L A f . 95" S I l ,lfl1xll'5 UR NNT S'l'I'1PHIiN GRANT CAROL ANN GREENIAW THOMAS GRIMSHAW 2- Walker Sum-tr 1: Colb!' Road 25 Sunrise Road 57 Webster Street ifllmn kill-1 alll' H R l,.'s "Stex'e"fA'F.phah' '...' Tachele "Greenic" II ,,"' IT,f58 . . . "Cut it "Tom"-"Dauph'S" . . "Hey, Runner . "f Juan' , A T XX lityrtfs micht" . . . "Quid me vexare' '... out' '...' 'Wanna dance?" . . . Dink' '...' 'Oggieu . . . "What a my tt nr. yt- tl rg "Fun, run, fun." "Helpl". . . Friends . . . S.O.I'i.N. breeze" . . . "Nuances.', llocktty 1, -, :Q Mg., N XYinterTrz1Cli 1, :,3g Spring Track W.B.H.N. Football 2, gg Prom Comm. 3g Hifi' flllll M I, 2, jg .-X.F,.C. :g Math Club 3g Col-lead Nlajorettes 3g Class Sec. Varsity Club 2, 3g Hockey 3g Science Club .gg Teachers' Career :Q St. Coun. Treas, -gg Girls' Club .Uanet 3. .vi .i . , Club 2. lixec. Bd. ,gg North Srar 1, lg Girls' Sports I, ' ,SQ Tri-HLY jg Prom Comm. , Al 3 'UK 'TIFF I 52 ' -7 ' 1 f'T"I4'7" ' r 'ln v. I X N 5. , mmf ' P.1l.I.lYTdI,L'YNN 'X"1 'PH ' -' x 4 , ,V Ir's only :1 warm-up fwr Carl, ' . I4 i Q ,f' ' '13, Clark, :md frcurgc. , zz'-, -v -'. - 'f ' 1 ' A .. M, - Q,,f'.y Q- , . wr. , ,- s ' I y ' ' - 'iff - ' 4' ff " ...I x ,Q nxyt x I 5' ,L-9-3 m A qs- fi Q' lg'A'. fri. Q, " QC, - ' 3, ff -- -ur I Q' ' , v .. A. -,, 5 fat,"-vnv.. ' A ' 1' I B 4-115 w, 1' .nu i4F1'r ' 12 hi RD Ill Ullir l!Jlf,y Jlfltr P.-KTRICI.-K GRIPPI IURR-XIYF' -X. CQITRRX ul NNI H Xl I 'X NI NXNNY P Ii Xl I " Rl YY1llCtSrrcct I2'- Hrlrwm' Yu-vt H xy K . X., ,. ,, 'ix Q A ,, ,V , "Pat" Big UICIQ ...' 'YYhy nut?" "Curlvy" I : :H , . . f, ' :-, A A I ' U N ' N ' V ' I ...R In Sw . . . "1 lld Cape Dvd." ' :H :Pi , Xhrwn' '...' 'Chrck N' ' V 'X I Sketch flulv 2, jg YHVN: .War 2, KI. thc H . . 'That K'.1gw" , , X Q' H " A 1 ' i- ., I '- "XYh1--qw H 3, IW' U X - H '- N Yurwf Q--ITFFT L VN I. I. Ihfmf- K 11" . I K "' ' V' '- 1' 7' k"'I11YT1lff:'!' 1, 2, 1, MNH' Raxkc' K ' I K ' - K AQ' I-.IH 1. lr ll: Y 1. Ur-Wi Tamar" ' " X ' xxalamff PN- x ,g , th..-n' 53 X -Q NYILLI.-XM Hi-XNIEI. 45 Pope Street "Bill"-Dennyk other half . . . Bud . . . Howie's . . . ln the bag . . . Brett's. Hockey I, 2, 31 .llunfl 5. KFNNI'i'l'H H.-XlNlIL'I'ON 84 lf. Squzmtum Street "Ken"-"Will you ever!" . . . jan 8: lfddiek . . .Hot Nz1sh??? . . . Diners' Club. North Star gg Rifle Club 35 Atomic Energy Club 12 Photography Club 1. SUS.-XX j. H.-XNNA I4 Vane Street "Sue"-i1 fi4f5- . . ii 1958. ... l1flI8,"58 . . .Quincy High . .. "I do not know." Tri-Hi-Y SQ llanfl 3. Cuuch gnu Brucc md lu tefzm m tres tipb on shotput balancing IJ U d XIII! ROBERT L. HARDING 60 Hamden Circle "Tex"-Think . . . XYhy n "Anybody got a nickel? VS.-XF.-X . . . llfqfgg. .Uanel 3. ,au HN! 'X' ROGER HATCH WILLIAM I-IAYWARD 140 Lansdowne Street 85 Sachfm Stfeef "Rog"-Anyone for debating? . . . "WllllC"'DaUPh'5 - - - 'Tu never Dry humor-quite, tell" . . . Dave's other half . . . Dramatic Club 3Q Debating 3. Wee Willie- Football IQ Varsity Club 2. CAROL JANE HEATH T Blake Street 1 it ,, Jn 'Cl X 3 RON.-1.l.D nl. llFNNFl.lrH 55 Rmy41lSrrt't: "l-leathie"wTUCiO0 . . . l don't "R11n"!.'l-lyia '...' 'wha know . . . "Seen I.il?" . . . Time I?" . . . Une fir' th: D.1'r5 Nl will tell. boys. Girls' Sports I, lQSIl1ClL'FlICuL1nCll Vanity Club 1, 2: F ', I, 11 Sketch Club I, Z,-R1 Tri-Hi-Y Ba-ebnll l,AI1D.lTXCL'Q-1'7T1f'i 2, Chaplain jg .llavzrf jg ,Ycrrlz Srar artift 3. GCIYFQC, Clflfk, Tfd, .'xl'f1lC, lmflfl, crfnfdimn, .Ind ifgff ghg Qglljfif The team lineQ up with Par :md Dori- timing and LU-.ich Urn frx tru.: 55 i' 'fli -1'-1-. - -ew. l 5 Rlfll XRD lllt.mQlN4 -T x.l-i7...N.g..,.1,. IM." HM,-. ff- Az' xt' N 16 N X H : le I " ' N x R-rlfkf. '.:,n,N1- -l 'lj'-"3' 'K . Z. i.ll.1".f Ri 'Ill Rl ll' 'll'-l S 4g:':... ,, X ll tg' r... i . lllxl xx llr--5 . . 'Xl' 1..k .. It . - U' .uc 5.658 Iiffi 0 A I' 55 -1'-Q., Q Y f , -'fr , .. ' za-..,' X - ' K. Q " J. o ' ff " '- -' "'f.Q'sf-x,H'- - 7-Q L'-.Aim .-- hpk ""X:' or - .4 '--sf ' - ,p..C'TW-yn,-r .-.'-. . 4. L fi, f V . ...Q . tl ,s.. 'a"'e.5s' ' "vs5"" - 1' 11 -H -xl: vsulgig 'rfb' . ",'i"fQ'!fi7.,s'- ot? 7' iw. . -, ,wf:-.- 'qw L. - -V"--4"r ' 4- '.' .. .---fr., 1-gp-,e,s -- . .,- . ., . . 'per' . .:. .71 - e "'-'ies-1g,,"FQ, F". Lis in , uf 1. - sg .1 A . . , ,. v - . , .,- 'I-lc, . Q , - '.N 1- ..-xy: Q. , r.- .- b. 51 IF? .2.K4i-v.':. R. 1. -.- 9iIlH'stg?.f3-i.iQ.lKmH'f' Steve, Don, Charlie, .-Xl, and john team up for the season's kick-off. Our brand new soccer team finished the season in the losing column, this year, but it was deceiving because we played some of the best teams in the state. Coach Stanton was faced with a group of boys who never saw a soccer ball before, but in a few short weeks he whipped them into an enthusiastic team of soccer players. After losing our first game to Quincy, in which Alan Houston proved himself to be a real Raider, the inexperienced team trounced Thayer, who has played soc- cer for several years. The next game took the boys to Duxbury to play the best team in Eastern Klassachusetts. .-Xt half-time, the score was 3-C, but the Champs were too much for our team in the third quarter. The Raiders could hardly wait to play them again. When we clashed again, this time on home ground, our valiant booters battled to a scoreless tie. .Xl Houston, john NIcSorley, and goalie Steve Geary kept the Raiders rolling. As the season waned, we tackled Quincy again and beat them. We promptly challenged them to a city play-otf. The playoff game was the last of the season so both the Raiders and the Prexies tried their hardest. The game was tied at the end of playing time, but in over- time Quincy scored to win QQ-2. It was a heart-breaker, but the team knew that it would have been different if :Xl Houston and Bill Quinn had not been out of action. Now that the season is over, what do the rooters say? "Wait 'till next year!" Quincy Thayer Duxbury Norwell Duxbury Norwell Thayer Quincy Watertow Quincy Coach Stanton v I .-f I J 'v"""'f" ,,, 1 Q t , . Y 4 I pisgqi in-ng. gn '-ef. H- .-'. - --?. . Q Qqoi ' ' if 0 YDSICL4 A xp 2 I 4 4 o 4 1 J 2 U 5 1 J fforth Pforth fforth Yforth fforth Tforth fforth Pforth Tiorth florth I 2 O O O 2 2 3 4 2 i MARTHA A. HOHMANN 60 Rawson Road "Honest to Gosh!" . . . "Anyone see Alyce?" . . . MAM . . . TGGOO. Girls' Club Vice Pres. 3, North Sfar 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Dance Comm. I, 24 Honor Roll I, 23 Girls' Sports, I, 2, 3, Ofhce work I, 2, 3Q.lfd71t'l3. ei , 4? X V.x.Y'l . , . l .NN .... .,...,X.wn. .. x. RICHARD HOLNIBERG DAVID HKXJLI-1Y AI..-KN F. llHl'NTUY 25 Bloomfield Street 31 Freeman Street 4: Bnzckingham R ti "Richie"-The Thirteen-One Club "Hool"-"Uh yeah' '...' 'Another Bxg Ons . . . C11 . . . Nancy . . . One ,49 Ford 6+. day, another D" . . . Red rt-ticulu. sure" . . . DJ ' Basketball 2, 3. Golf 1, 1, 3. Rifle Chnl- 1, 1, Prfs ' B Llulv I, -L NIJ? -Au 1,,. I1 Ll..l, xxc ltcr. .Il Dance C1-mm. :Q Nut s - . .,,, . H+-nor when X lrtxas 2. Ru Chnl' Z. Constant practice made Al, 'nl' 1 -, l Y--1 '-o f f -l""lYYl4 k lll Rl-R 1. Shar rt R141 lr" NIR Ill NWN , 2 ' C' lXllNllX ,l-vhn. -mal Vex ll cr Prim, mx x 'H',l H172-' 5, I, ,, , l'-" Rm-1-: 2. lv" K lx ll .inf 2. Yi' ll " - N '- 1. If-HW .. .-... x R Rlhl HI I. X Il R-. Xt l' 1 510-F' IF In-' ln' I 'I' - Ili' m Il ' in gr .x r- ' B I I z 1 , PIII RoBt1RT.a IACONIINI ll'l 1-6 lrlzimilton Avenue "Bolil1ie"YiI'llrich" . . 5' -1 . ..f1 IC jo. . .iiC1'UI'11 ghetti and Saigerkraut . yi isalwsitter. g , I I ' ' 'M Library Staff 1, 1, Pres. jg Major- ette!iT 2,-3L'PI'fb1Tl Ctvmfh. jg .lfariff 5:,ff,g.g'31-9, - -:r ' tg- . - 35 Ifl-HI-X 35 H. R. Rep. 1, gg Bfhkqrball R- Coach Stanton give-N Nome "in-stepn pointers to Don, Charlie, Al, and john. 7-F john, Al, and Steve iight it out. 1 r 63 TERRANCF ,IEW 40 Conant Road If "Terry"-F.hI.'s Care Packages i ...Paul...Mac...329. 1 A 'g RALPH W. JACKSON 306 Safford Street A A'RatI"-One of the Demo. lwoys .fist ? ,. , . . . "V Ieacherb Career Club 1, gg Nlath -4' Cluli jg Key' Cluli 2. ov do .. J. D . . ,bv A ,. I ' ' 2 ,Ili-KN SYIJNFY hl.-XCLCQFI-I G.-XII, ,IFFFRI-iY VIRGINIA JENKINS Hi 148 Ijhillipx Street if Standish Road II3 Harvard Street ",lez1nnie" I-Y ur and Ifixc yearx ".IefT"-8 ,1'I 21,159 . . . Tommie and "Ginny"+RO'1'GBIV . . . fJ,'I2'1fJO from Al'.11'1e,.. Hi1,nf1" 4... Bugle. jeff .... -X lk . . . Squanto Land . . . "Yup' '... 302 . . .4C1f. Glue Clulf 1, 2. -g N lfxcxl Career . . . Sewing . . . "Bird brain." National Honor Society 2, Secre- Clulw 1, 1, xg lI.,ur.' Q Dixtritt Boating Ig Glce Club IQ Recep- tary 3g Prom Comm. 3g Tri-Hi-Y Concert 1: firridwv' 77lfil1"'7 ' tionist 5. 1, 31 Science Club 3. Dramatic Club 1. 1. Ii vi 1 Goalie Steve. 58 Tl -I Dad Donahue gives Richie, Dave, Paul, and Gene points for par. P" fim- T335 FAQ1 l l A , o ,,..- ii ' I A , . I- X. Nl -L. DQ. Ill a1:n4u41 U39-1 .-Xltliougli the Season ii yet to start, the yearbook editors can see nothing lint Succew for Coach .lack I7onaliue's golf team. With the O'Keet'e twine, Gene and Bill, and Dave Hooley returning :ix Seniors, tlie team lim a fine nn- claus of veterans. Fven witli its tougli sclietlule, we feel the lioyw will profit from Coacli I,UT1.1l'lllC'N zxlwle ctmcliing nntl lwring luck .1 gomlly' nnnilier of wine. - - fi - 1 xx- rf, A N :L : - I' ALLAN YY. .IUHNSUN I'HYl,I,lS .IUHNSI XX lil" llil il Vl' 'Nl l'll R' 'Rl H l l' "Nl l'll 53 Beach Street :gmt Fayette Street SM tfir' Q- N-' - ei tg' t. N--...U ''Hoostien-"Where's Marple?" "Phil" Agummcr ot loaf. Uh i--if l 'I ' ll N -A I . . . Sam . . . Mr. One . . . ,let . .. Bcnchwarmcr N... Pura . kr x - ,R 'I 1 Nan- KN - ft -e 'H "I don't know." Troul-lex . . . Thom tire' K- -Q t , , F '5 Fuotlvall1,jgHockey I, 1,15 naw. "XYhgt3" It 3. H - - R 5 I1 hall i, 2, -IL Vanity Club I, 1, Vice Dance Comm. :. Prom C'- Pres. jg Key Clulv 2, .tg .Hariri jg Raeketl-all 3, Glec Qiliili 2, I Prom Comm. jg Math Clul- Az. I I l l I .Vg l 49 ss if 0 if X K- l , 1. I. , 7' A XV"'f! , e III I, l Q lg , . Mir X' Al' ' .,L1l. 1, rfgnni FIV' ., , Hg' nv ""III' Ta. 'lm I :ff '-7 nut .f' ,f5,,!fig-- 31175 Q When the sun breaks through, and when the tempera- ture rises, and when the robins are in evidence to prove that it is spring, Coach Bob Laing's tennis squad jour- neys to the Montclair courts to begin practicing for the coming season. With last year's stars, Jack McCready, Dave Higgins, Winston Furtado, and both the Dwor- kins, on the squad again, Coach Laing's task seems easier than last year's. Ifeach squad member calls upon the valuable tips which Coach Laing has dropped in practice, we believe the boys cannot miss adding to North's Fine name in this sport. Q4 4, r - Coach Laing demonstrates a grip to john, Larry, Danny, Don, and Fran. '4 I 1 ' C ll ,l 1 4 I -ul NU' LINDA CAROLYN DILNKINS 174 Safford Street BETTY ANNE KEENAN 235 North Central Avenue "Lin"-Dick 8,1 2845- . . . Ford j.P. '59' . . . Germsy . . . Private Cowgirl . . . Pretty blue shoes, secretary? . . . Benchwarmers . . . N.H. '58 Ford. Bowling 31 jr. Red Cross 1, Pres. 1, .Hamel 3, Receptionist 1. 60 PATRICIA KELLEY 176 Billings Road "Pat"-TOGOO . . . Bo. . .Smelly . . . "You Nut." Class Vice-Pres. 2, 3, North Star 1 2, Co-Editor-in-Chief 3, Nat. Honor Society 2, 3g ilflanet 3, Stu- dent Council 1, 24 Tri-Hi-Y 34 Dance Comm. 1, 1, 3. JAMES R. KELLY 21 Maypole Road "jim"-Ronnie and Tony . . . Coothless . . . "That was poor taste." just as we link our homek and whool, and memo, .W""7I" hy 7'l'x X xl, , 1 Y in " Carol and joan, Barh and Walt flank Dad Rohert md H i . :Xt 7:45 a.m. on 'l'hursdays, a group of weary- eyed people enter the school and gather in llj. Through the slumher comes the hooming voice ot' Mr. Roherts, and the Student Council memhers are awake. The otlicerk, Prekident--Ioan Xlaefiill- vary, Yeep-XYalter Bryan, Secretary-Barbara Berry, and Treasurer-Carol Greenlaw, call the meeting to order. Thik year the Student Council has done everything from selling hook coyerx and folios to running a dance. But it playx a much more important role, for through rhix organization the students can have their kay concerning our NClirml and its activitiei. I his CHllY1ClllNklYlTAll4lI1xlXk'uf'fll- while link hetween the studentx and the taciilty ries link our school experiencex and oiirxelvex. ,ll'5'l'lYF l FSI lr' Kl'l ll' li,-Xll X. KINTI l' iii l.l!1wl"WUC Street in: Hi:-it -Mm-if "l'lc.m' but thr car down, lfclf "fini:-H I 2 It .Klut- lowN" '... Rod light? Wihrrc: Svwngzng . Whit' .a nr Rifle Llluli i, Z, 5 t't' , 1, ll.ixkr'tli.1ll l.X1. 2,11 l ilirary Staff 1. 'lirack Scorrr llmkctl-.ill 2. lr' ll' W 1, tg Sketfh fluli ', Z, 1 Kitow I Q I 0 Tom, Pat, Pop Donahue, Doris, and ljzllll look at the future after a year's success. Senior Class "Oak trees from little acorns grow." This quotation applies to our senior class in many ways. The class has grown from lirst graders to now-graduating seniors. The class has also grown in its attempts. This year our branches spread to three successful record hops. The roots which guided their direction were President Paul Sadlier, Yeep Patricia Kelley, Secretary Doris Welch, and Treasurer Thomas Clark. The officers all aided in planning the Prom, Class Day, and all the other memorable occasions held this past year. Paul also undertook the sale of class pins which went like wildfire. But this year could not have been a success without the cooperation and support of all the mem- bers of the Senior Class. Now, as we branch out once again, from home to school, to college and the business world, we find many more branches leading to the liner and better ideals for which we are all striving. Yet we can never forget our acorn, our roots-our homes, and schooleand the first branches of responsi- bility guided by Paul, Pat, Doris and Tom. HE1.11s 14111.11 lil.F..-XNUR k1"1'x PAl'l. A. 1.ABREcQL'E 111. JOAN M- I-ABUZOSKI 146 Farrington Street lfl lluckins Avenue 208 Highland Avenue 77 E- Elm Avenue Al . . . ll ,,.1i 7 ,iiil oi Dlil. . . . DI..-NIJ, 'l.llit-'2eCiene . . . lOfl8fl58 . . . bluttonhcad. . . Cow.. . "Rernem- "HMC fl'l0SS l1CllS'i - - - SR-C . . . 5 .1i'l 18,159 oiiiyoc . , , Yakkity-yak . . . Poor Bill . . ber the Maine." lfillilln - - - Diets 55 F00d- Swabby . . . Yfli..-X..-X. llarn those nuances. Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, DZIDC6 Committee 1, 32 Biwliefllall Girls' Sports 1 ' gg .Yortlz .frm llfinor Roll 1, 25 Girls' Club lixec. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, I, 2, 39 Honor Rflll I, '25 Omce Receptionist lloard ,gg Girls' Sports 1, 1, 3, Glee Exec. Board 3, Dance Comm. 1, Work I, 2, 39 GlCC Club I5 MHWI3 Klum 1, 1, gg ,llanel 3, Teachers' I ki.1!'l,ijT Club I, 2, 33 Drama Club N391 ' fHcers Prcxic Paul prceidcx nt an informal meeting. WIP I I Tr 1 'I' ww 1 xl gy ,I N as htfr' Ycrp PM pwndrrs 'hr' nrt' vvaf x '1 X4 Q 1' I l x W Y unior Class 57 1 Bill takes prexie responsibilities with a smile Bill, Lucille, Blom McCoy, Helen, and Mark take a social step forward. The forthcoming Seniors have done a job which foretells banner success for next year. They have socialized at three collegiate-type dances: a Hallowe'en dance, a winter dance, and the second annual Junior Prom. Starring as dance committee chairmen were President Bill Tedrow, Yeep l.ucille Klarchant, Secretary Helen Oaks and Treas- urer Klark lfranzoni. :X deft chief-of-statiiiri all activities was Miss Mc- Coy. A money-making activity was the sale of sports buttons to all enthusiastic sportsmen. The Junior Class has learned the importance of' cooperation and support, and the use of these tools to their best advantages. This knowledge will be carried with them next year and for many years thereafter and knowing that we feel they can't help being successful 7 , 7 seniors. VIRGINIA RFQTH IAGH GEORGE I..-XMB DONALD LAMBERT MARY I..-XMBIASE 18: Bellevue Road 56 Edwin Street 1:8 Highland Avenue 43 Hunt Street "Ginny"-Yakkity-y ak . . . ' "Ba-Ba"-"NIarion's stuck" . . . "Don"-Csh . . . Don . . . Wol- "Spooky"-8f22f59 . . . 2f14f59 58 . . . -linx ...' 'Poor B22f" . . Nlclntyre for Mayor . . . Banana laston Theater . . . Dead-eye . . . . . . Cuz . . . "Ruff" . . . "That's Swanzey. Frappes . . . One year. Mad scientist . . . Big "C." life" . . . Tony's . . . Insincerity. Bowling 1, 2, j1Gil'ls' Chit lrxec. Rifle Club 1, 1, 3. RiHe Club 2, 3. Nurses' Career Club 1, 2,3C1U071ff B. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 5: Glee Chl' ', 1,13 3g Tri-Hi-Y 33 Nurses' Office 1, 2, Klang! 31 Basketliali 2, 1, 'Q Ill-Q .Yorlh Slay' 3: R6C6p!iOhiSt I. Club 1, 2, 31Teachers' Carttr CQ .L 1, 2, Sec. 3. fhcers Treaxurcr Mark drinkx up the profits. -75 1 x , 4 1 ' Y . J 1 .G 1 I 9 . V t,,,,...g JL' A I Lucille thinka nver the Ye-cp? jwlv. Ht-lrn wk--I dl '-vw 'ht rw ' "IW" GEORGE W. IARKIN RHBFRT T. IA RUCHFI l,F IVNNIII ,I I XI I IIII IIITRIYIII I I 'XIX 0 North Central Avenue Q Nurth Central Avenue Iv I71 'ff' -I h"-' ' 44 II4ff"" 'V "" " "Rick"f"-38" Chev . . . "WHY 'AB-tbl' T IF? Dvd!-If . , . "Wh--mc' 'l5.a':" ' " 4' ' YY'I I'2"""' T' "' 'I I ' nm?" , . . Daddy . . . "Not again, ...' 'Uh, wall' ',..' 'l made xt." haw -V. ' ' W Y I' I' 'I' Charl6F"' . . . TOT. Track I, :Q Sr. Prom C1-mrmttrc Q tt -I K " . l'1 I T. R P'-' I"'I' III IW" IT"- C N Band I, 2,12 Hand, Bus. Man- X: IfanrtAl:Nl1-fx-Inl'1crurrUpcr U '. 1. N " -. I2'4"X I ' '- fu I T- I" II I X agcr jg Track I. atm Clulv I, : krff- k ' p fm H - R 'i 1 71" K 65 1 l RICHARD LAWSON 1 Grand View Avenue "Rich"-Sniclael-Fritz up and on forever. Rifle Club 3. Q it ' RONALD N. LAWSON IOS Edwin Street "Slim,'mhIy motto: "Ware ich nur tlcisrigerf' Atomic Energy Club 2, Science Club jg Radio-TX. Club 1, 3, Math Club 3, Honor Roll I, 2, 3. -IUYCF l.l'..-XYPNS S4 VN'all4er Struct jimmy '...' liNA'l'CiC . .. II,f29f58 . . . Nappy . . . lfried Mosquito Legs...S-:tit-rs1i'..lts, Cheerleader .Q lrifl li-Y jg Teach- ers' Career C :- gg Yet' Pres. 3g National llon-.rt 'S Q 'x 3, gg Clgigg SCC. Ig Student L 1 'Z -g .Hariri .33 Honor Roll 1, Q. t'-A. Q ll A A 1 Prom and Dance Committees A yn Pi Eli Rubbing social elbows in a year of planning were the members of the Prom and the Dance Committees. And such convivial integration! It just seemed as if each successive dance from The Autumn Leaves right through The Leprechaun Jig was another highlight ofjovial fellowship. Indeed, we began to wonder how even super- human ingenuity could devise a still more pleasurable evening such as a prom connotes. But our Prom Committee, with Steve Conroy as chairman, did it. La Soiree d'Amour on May 20 turned the King Philip in Xvrentham into a social swirl with the Parisian tone of lNIaxim's, as North's seniors and their escorts dined and danced in glittering gaiety. liven the favors of delicate pins centered with the school insig- nia displayed the artistry of lfrench craftsmanship. Although the dawn of May 21 brought a new day and with it a reluctant but happy close to our festivities, we know that our prom, like Paris the City of Light, shall live in our memories ever as the bright light of our high school social life. 1' Steve gives the "word" to Bobbi, Joan, Dick, Al, and Gordon. 66 fb I ' 9 , Xu i I1 4 .wt ' i . - 1 The sparkling Prom ushers of 1959. The dance heads Charlie, jim, and Jo, put their heads together. 5 3 S Dad and Mom Densmore Cut in on Carolyn and Fd, while .loan and jack remain together. BARHAXRX .NYNI ll P3 lvclufrl' NWC' ' -'nm-s' f Ullli 41 x In Rffx K """ l he .zrnrx T fnfl- llliv' 57 1 4 V 5 I. C.-XTHFRINF A. l.F. BLANC 15' Standish Rnad "Cathy"-"U.wh, wcll"' . . . P..l parties ...A 'Glf-ryf" Glee Club I, 1,121 Nurses' Caree Clulv 2, jg Basketiulll I, 2, ,Il B11 l UQY Clul- :g Girls' Clzgh Free. Bd 3, Rt-ceptitfnisr 1, ig Tri-ll:-Y 2 junior Prom C-immifrce 2. PfKTRlL'l X I IYYFIHX , k..ri,..i.n.s M.. .t "Pat" ' " 1. .R F W ll xx .xl--."h.z!"' . Xhhwl , Iliff Y1rtr-'kfzrf-ff Li, 1' '. l.il'Tf1s ' li-rlf 5p r'- I, 1, l,'.1-ff: 1, ll' Il' Y 1. Hifi' ki 1, ll " Rf? 2 l ll'UilYl X l INI Hi :': llrlm nf N--4-'U li-'inf' XX Anf- Rf-1.'hu.1"'--' Wa-' A K' .mf i"' pry K' 'j 1, ll' 2. 'li' ll-Y L 'V' Q ja- "? T' ELAINE MARIE l,O CICERO 43 Hamilton Street 1ofi7,f5f, . . . "Another day, another D" ...' 'Swingingu . . "Why?" Nurses' Otiice lg Baton Squad 2: Teachers' Career Club ,QQ .llIZ7ll'f-1. .Yorlli Star 31 'liri-Hi-Y 3. , 'Q 43' EDITH MAC DOL'GAl,I. IOQ North Central Avenue ''Edie"-Benchwarmers . . . i'St1t1t1H ...A 'HCy, Rcdln . . . sayY" . . . Pizza . . . Pajama parties! Glee Club 1, IQ Nurses' Career Club 21 jr. Prom Comm. 2, Sketch Club 2, .llzmfl 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. JEAN MAC GILLIYRAY 169 Pine Street Toooo . . . "o-Oh wen!" . . . P. J parties . . . "Howdy!" Girls, Sports 1, 2, 3, Teachers Career Club 2, Sketch Club 1, 2 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Dance Comm. 2, 3 Alana! Show 2, North Star' 3. x H 1 Class Da Once every year the seniors discard their roles of every-day teen agers and step into a kind of wonderland known as Class Day. Dressed like anything from a gry- phon to a queen of hearts, each adventur- ous soul assembles at North to receive his .Wand so that he can begin the mad race for signatures. Somewhere in the course JOAN MAC GILLIYRAY 169 Pine Street "Ding"-Jack . . . 1f28f59 . . . Mr. Mahoney . . . TOGOO . . . Teddy Bear. Class Artist 3, Student Council 1, 2, Pres. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Pres. 3, Prom Comm. 2, 3, Girls' Club Exec. B. 3, Sketch Club 1, 2, 3, .Wand 3, ,Yorth Star 2, 3. CAROL MAC KIERNAN 14 Clive Street "Cam"-Vinny, 7f4f58 . . Ford . . . "Late again??? IOfI"jf59 . . . 11f18f59? Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, . Hot n Receptionist 3, Radio Club 2, Nancy, Moe, Marilyn, Ed, l.arry and -loe play up Class Day. of the day, the gay pretenders find time to spruce up for the senior "tea party," which is, in effect, a farewell party. This year's class was no exception, and june 8 was a gay scamper from start to finish. Indeed, it could not have been otherwise with such a high-,iinks commit- tee: Marilyn, Ed, Nancy, Nloe, Larry, and Joe. '1 K' E' O x T - 513 l 3 2 if ,- fff s Q f yy 1 X A lf! U1 f, 'f gt Q 68 Mane! To burn the midnight oil may be to many a Northite a liguratively expressed theory, but to the editors ofthe Mane! for 1960 it is a literal practice. In fact, it helped to make felt in an extra-curricular activity the reality of this year's theme: the student is the synthesis of the school and ofthe home, for even post- class time up to dusk in room 205 had to be supplemented with mentally vigorous hours at home. Countless drops of physical sweat were only the merest suggestions of the countless drops of mental sweat that integrated the theme from the first page to the last page yet with double-page layouts of stimulation, variety, and art- istry in between. Tom's and jo's nocturnal groans as they anguished over bal- ance and interest were only suppressed into bated breath as they awaited Phyl's approving nod, and then released to squeals ofdelight with the adviser's final o.k. And so evolved the layout and the editorial efforts that make up our yearbook. All this while, though, George and Mike were in a Financial flurry. How could they have the heart to turn down for tinancial limitations the approved dummy sheets? And being men of big hearts, they raised the wherewithal to give the green light! Then Monica took over and typed like fury. Never once did she let us down. Our assisting staliise twelfth-graders too numerous to mention individually -did behind-the-scene tasks that gave us the inspiration to persevere. So you see the fllanel for 1960 is truly the product of many seniors who gave not only school but also home time, and thought, and energy, and dedication. ,V-,'TT.v' l fs Phyllis Redcay, john Hoffcrty. and ,lim Blmlcr cnjnv an off-sehr-lwilr session. Mo, Jo, Adviser Hoffcrtv, Tom, Bill, and Phvl puzzle A lawful? 'Nh Mr. Bleiler. 5,9 I rhn r rm. I' 'HN R. N1Al.NliiRl'N 1. l'.,x'-A Mummy Nw. -lw.m...1:r Nf,...Nlr x , '- .. vu x1 J: w Ihc H-yr 4QI'ly1n I' ' '. I,L,2lXL1TX1fX Clulw1,: 1- Y . Vrvxrw N- 1I'w" . f x .1 ,, -, HAL x. D Q' 3 V ',:g r. , 4 1' .1 V xiii' ,'Y'1 ,i-. 'S'-fa I o 8 :A ' 3 vx I 3 , X J Q 'Q 1 , ,J X . -,.' -Q, N '-' A . J, Q.. A " :xv ,Al . ,., A.. Y f F f r 1 , ., Y is .fi .. f 1 f 0 xxx LF' . - 'J ,- lx r, Q i - '-.P -, N 5Qp1fI a n u,p Y , , I fu I l,,5f,,- -4 fa lx l I I l Q P 'e ff T L U' X 1' ggxxs- h 'f 1' x.:T1' .Fu f'f 'f ditorial Staff ff. a --J BS OC p - ,... 5 .ani ---. -u 5 si I YR K I f' ', J.-'KYF Nl.-XRUTI' PI I PAX N1 XYYP' R14'-I KI '-Z 'ri' 'U-7 'R 'xl IVXP YT II" R.1rh.1m 'XXCUIIL' v-4 gkhu.-r'h R -.hi ' I ' ' 'XT ' '- "YwQ1" "-Xlwmu' '... VY!" Bmll . . , 4 :H :N 1,'.gw.- N u ll ' Hcatnxkx ...' Ullrfr Y-r crurlu 'g- I 4 l.,n.- X M 1' ' H ..."5wmgxng" , . . I' :A :Pi .. g A A, xx U "V+-rdxf' 'XT A Hmwlung I, 1, Vrrx Q, Ural Manager 2. Rin? fini- I I IFA!" T" i -1 l 11'-" 2 K qt :bl ,ans l Qi F- . 1 s I-QDWARD Nic.-KLEPR IZ3 Hamden Circle A'Ted"-Black '51 Olds . . . "vlan and I'lddie's." '45 ,IABIES Y. McC.-XBE 17' Arlington Street Dottie. . .The Rock . . . "Remem- ber the Maine" . . . The Hearse. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 31 Dance Comm. 3, Prom Comm. 2, Prom lfsher 2, Varsity Club 1, 2, Exec. Bd. 3, .llanfl Show 1, QQ Grad. Csher 2. I-QI.END.-X P. MCC.-XRROX 42' Harriet Avenue "Rinnie"H"Sentimental journey l' . . . Any Mail from,,,? . . . .-XF 185'8653 . . . NIary's Twin . . . Parties. Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 2, ,Xl Prom Comm. 11 Dance Comm. 2, Honor' Roll lg Grad. Clloll' 21 .lllillfl 3. Sffiirf' 1 '- 6 Y nl- A T 3 J Juv- Tom takes a pause from the mid- ' night oil. Our industrious secretaries: Mar- tha, Moe, Mozy, Nicka, jo, and Carol. PATRICIA .-X. NlcCURNIlCK DIOHN R. MCCREADY MARY MCCREADY :1 Fllington Road 291 Wm. T. Morrissey Blvd. 56 Hamilton Street "Pat" 'If-l.l,.P ....' 'Where's "Mac"-"I.et it slide" . 6f11f'6o . . . Mogie . . . "38" . . SWF' '..., , 5151, . . "Shucl4s" "What'5 the play?" P.j. parties . . . "No-No" . . . P.S . . . Xlosqigito legs. . . ' 26 58 . . . Football 2, 31 Track 2, Tennis 2, Pep Club 1, 3, .Wanet Show 1, Tri Tears. 3, Hockey, Manager 3, Varsity Hi-Y 3, Bowling 3. Tri-H1-Y 2, gg Dance Comm. 1, lg Club 2, 3, Prom Comm. 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. -QL .lIl17lc'l3Q Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, Girls' Basket' ball 1. .Yorllz Star 3. I 72 Patron Staff .Uarzet illustrators: Tum, ju, and Hike. 675053-90 F5 I .1wHrr'Nrh'r'tx ya D- .afffx-,es U.'XRFlF.l.D N1Cfl'l,l.F,Y YHRXI-X N1fQ'l'I IllI't,H ml R Xl IWIXI X1 '-K NIH V HX H X1 N I X dl Hnvcv NHTCY W Y"Y'Th QAl'Y1fT'.l1 MPH- f I ' ' X" ' N N'- Nlacn- -". -Xrc v-lu cvrr cr.11y':" Ibn ,V I1 - 1- , Vll Q' Vt. N X 1 x I1 ,-' - . N - .."W.nch char puck." w Hr .,,. 'h.ff hp- x A- -- fx - , "YU1.ufI 'hr Ju-r1f:x"" I ' I' A' N , . . , . XHTNFN l .lrrvr K vw I " I Lx h l pl T X 1 1 i t T V The Executive Board :N fx X l".l.lf.-XNOR N1eC'iL'lRli 8 Blackwell Street "F,llie"f1 14 ff, . . . NH , "Seriously" . . . 3 ll Sw - ' - 'l'ony's . . . hblishli . . . ll Lf, SP4 ...iz :o,5S. Nurses' Career Club I, 2,11 Dllllll' Committee ll filci' flul' I1 Tfi- T Girls' The record of this year's Girls' Club still spins round and round in our heads. Disc jockeys Alyce XVarner, Martha Hohmann, Marilyn Forrest, and Dorothy Clashy started this recording with a bang with the traditional Thanksgiving collection bring- ing in a vast number of can goods. Our stars were among those who made personal appearances in a Christmas show for the physically handicapped. :Xt the annual semi-formal, Frorted Fanfayy, our stars paraded on the avenues of Candy Land. Their benefit performances for this year's .llanel Show, Hawaiian taped, attracted fans from all over. The results of this show aided all of us, les- sening the cost of the llmzef. This memorable record will be played over and over in the minds of all Seniors. 2 A Y W V - To get ready for a real shindig, Nlarilyn and Alyce hoist a Halloween spine- HVH -ii .WUI Mm, -li 'Umm 'T' tingler to joan while Kathy does the hard looking on. ,lawfr ini NIP.I.X'lN ?"" ' 14 Huckins :Xvenue IX! "N1ellie"fI5.Ci. ..-. I N12 . , . li. gif. xiilsx ,,,, T' lf. ff! . . . HSCUTT 'lt-anne?" , . . "Mosquito legs." Tri-lliAY 1, ,xg Dance Conunittec 1, 1, 'gg Ciirls' Sports 1, jg llrill X Team 1, 1. Z Y 6' , l N-Q' I . 1 " I ' Nlartha, .-Xlyce, and Marilyn w step. 74 ait their turn while Fern shows Dot how to get a wiggle into her Club Dot dircctx l,cc, Pat, :md Martha in rhc packingur4'I'hnnkw1ivinu lwxn N 'Q h r . ,. .-,., 1 1.1 mi I-ug 1-rvhfr Iwi Hgh' .V 1 1 1 'f1 x F' 7' ., .Q 1-v If ' Af ".".'.'7.l Q' 'U Ih h x. -4- lv- N12----1 x 1 nwq' ' Ml X. 1 f' 1 NUFN b 12'-lgltffffs 'W xr IBI-H11RXHN1KIA NH YI R ' 5'...2f'k '1 R I,L' ' ' xxx' M ' T' ' E ,, A .!-.... L. XY .. HQ' '... QQ- ' m,.4-L I. H.,.,H I,I.T,1v'gKV I-1"--L' x .,.I ,,.x,. . VM V- 1'-X K IIN" 'HHN' NUNI' N " . .. I -.I ...x.. . E, 'GPH Ei ii N W f . 1 The memorable year, IQ59-1960, held l Glee Club C l 1 r Q bv many "firsts" for the glee club: the first year with director Mr. Bonog the first year it met within class time, and the first time it practiced in two groups. Christmas came early for its members, for they be- gan their dilligent work for the Christmas Assembly in September. Their rewardia splendid production! But even more re- warding were the top-rating results of' the annual spring concert. Their last contribu- I l -5 'vii ' tioneetheir response at graduation was "X I jointly moving to both the graduates .l-ANI'-T WPODY I themselves and their proud parents in the D' ' - 28' William T. Morrissey Blvd, ,ludience w- Y o o.N.A .... '5-158 . . . ,lan is ' ' l'iddie's . . 7 ,iri :f,w5f, . . . ,lov . - . on 'f' ...Viv h". , . if lcv? Q mum W Our Barbershop Irio: Bill, Don, and Dems. gp ki 1 2. UIOANNA MORGAN BARBARA MORRIS PAL'l,lNl-1 NIORRISSIQY ROBERT j. MORRISON UH Kemper Street io: Russell Street 14 Holyoke Street 36 Flynt Street "-lo"--Dwight . . . Rawson Road "Barb"ilc ,,tt"' 15,58 . . . IO,f25y'59 "Red" 'li 14, 59 . . . 5fIf59 . . . "Bob"-"lt ain't fair" . . . Big . . . Northfield .... April 18 . , . . . . Bob . . . 1: ,rtf'f M58. 5 29 gf, . . . 'fNlousie" . . . "O, mouth . . . That little redhead... "l.ixe life daily' '... tooo. Pep Club 1, 31 Nurses' Career Babel' '... Punchy . . . Summer, Pam. filee Club i, 1, gg Graduation Club I, ,gg Sketch Club 33 ,Yorllr 1959. Rifle Club 1, 2. Choir 1, :g l!1im'fSliou ig District Star 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3. Cilee Club, Secretary 1, 2, 31 Coneert ' Nurses' Career Club I, 2, jg North Sim' ,gg Receptionist lg .Ulmer .gg 'liriAIli-Y 3. T i Q? 'M 76 Three cheers for the Pep Club-those lusty enthusiasts who donned their red sweaters, made their own colorful shakers, and trooped to the games where their teenage rooting roused hoth home and school into a frenzy of tight. lfor did they not hoth pep up the teams' spirits to win and at the same time stir up the school spirit ol' the supporters in the hleachers not only students hut also the large num- bers of mothers and dads who would soon- er miss dinner than a North game! Headed hy prexy Kathy Riley, veep Donna Belforte, treasurer .loanne Carl- son, and secretary l'at Lawler, the girls all deserved the title of Pepsters. l'eX'l'RIL'l X -NYY XIl'l lll":XRY il'llHXl X5 XII l ll' ll l NND ll1XXlIiX1IlllX ll I H Nludower Road Inl'V4'71t'l1 S 'l'.ir" l'.i. summers . . , llen par 'lUm" c lh l l l l ll X1 ll riCs ...- X XLS. I". ."XYi-4-,uoou Al'l1f'tl.i"rt r ' l . . lfuture nurse. R'flr Lil i,'- I X ll l ts 'X YllfsfsiQ-.ll't'CfQilYll'l,1,S!'K'l't'l.ll'X HEX Klum i lil l l 1, llawf! 2,PFI'fllLl"1,lilt'f'Q'llil' lr'-.is. 1 'I' T -Q di C.-XROI. ANN NIVRPHY ot West Film :Xvenuc "Nlurph"fHowie . . . T 3151, . . Summer on Cape Cod . . . CX JGBF Pep Club IQ .xfilllff iq. r" BFRNICH N.-XSON :T Farrington Street "Bernie"-Ernie . . . "Hot Merc" . . . jflffgo . . . Good, Bud . . 651 noe . . . "Real cool." IXJN.-XLD NELSON fO Gladstone Street N. N. KAREN l.. NELSON io Phillips Street "Nlogi" . . . P.-I. parties ...6 ,,i'l' ii, ,i" oo . . . Pina. 1 ' wr! ational Honor Society Pep Club 23 Bowling Chili 3. .TIHIIFI Show IL Triflli-Y 3: Busi- ness Day Receptionist 3. Ginny, Charlie, jo, and :Xl take their otiicer duties to heart. In an ever-changing world, the ideals of the National Honor Society remain a constantly burning flame of inspiration for us students. The qualities of character, scholarship, leadership, and service are exemplified by President Charles Anderson, Vice-President blosette Smongeski, Secretary Virginia jenkins, Treasurer Alan Hous- ton, and all their fellow members. These students area testimonial to the successful union ofhome and school. lfnder the guidance of Nliss Louise lfifield and Miss Marie Youngerman they not only sponsor programs of academic worth but also with social graciousness bring together their mothers and dads and the teachers at North at their annual tea. Indeed, both home and school are proud of North's Honor Society. . 1 ' T S l T: ll, . . i l ' I " A 1 f ' 6 c I "Fab"-"Smarten up" . . . l'.P N.H .... "No sweat" . . . 'gf Dodge . . . "Ho--lo's" . . . llig -R .wx , 78 4l The working booky sextet-Carol, eanne, jean, jo, Bobbie, and Annwprepare for rush hour. ibrar Staff To hold the keys to the library, North's Storehouse of Knowledge, is a too ubiqui- tous job even for such efhciency experts as Miss Sherman and Miss Countie. So to carry out capably the hundred- and-one simultaneous duties that the li- brary demands around the school-day clock the Library Stall, forty-live strong, unlock the work details of checking books in and out, resurrecting back issues of magazines, decorating bulletin boards, mending abused books, and tracing down unreturned reference books. Despite this whirlwind routine Nlise Sherman's girls never forget that they are the finished products of home and school, and so with gracious informality they in- vite their mothers to share the friendship of a tea and the sporting good nature ul- a picnic. PHILIP YY. Nl'i,l,SUN 'll-XNICF YIHIII Xl 01k Avenue Q: Glover -X'-cn il" - "Yfui'll Qc! UYCI' it" . . . "'l.iney"- .loc N r x l NN X t '5' Buick . . . Member Diners' lil-r.1rx -,,4 Sf' m Ihr 1 C Ull Fai-if -... 4 i' li l l ll l"lCli ,IL Cliil' il. ppp Club 1. R I ri K ll ii X ui-- - r f PlL'GENF CYKHEFE NlAL'RI'fIfN O'KF,l'iFI-1 WILLIAM UKEEFE ,IUDITH MARY O'I,ALOR 4' Essex Street 212 Highland Avenue 47 Essex Street 455 William T. Morrissey Blvd. "Gene"-Hot '53 Pontiac . . . john . . , QH8, i'l' 61 . . . Ten somer- "Bill"-Squantum harracuda . . . "Judes"-john . . . 9fl6f57 . . U,f22f'58---"lf1Yi1'UmfhClFl1md5" saults . . . "Hi, joanie" . . . 3 "ln from the island" . . . '48 Nash. "Mare" , , , "Hi, there!" . . . . . Bflrrucudzl. Nlusl-Qeteers. "Smell that hay!" . . . janer's. G0lfTQ11m I, 1, 3 Cheerleader I, 1, 3, Student Norllz Star 3, Ma-iorette I. l,eader 2, TrifHi-Y 2, 3, Class Day Committee 3, Basketball 1, 31 ,Xlanel Show 1, lg .Wand 3. l . , Futura, n:.rst s Nlrsw, Pat, and Pat pool medical know-how for patient Aruirua. The Nurses' Career Club of 1960 had the honor of being the first nursing club in the state to receive a National Charter from the National league ofxursing. The activity of visits to several hospitals such as the Veterans' Administration Hospital and the Lakeville Sanitarium and of speakers such as Miss Mary Hoare of the john Robert Powers School let the girls see the "inside story" of nursing. Miss Alice Gray was the adviser and her oHicers were Merry Poutree, Presi- dent, Andrea Gillespie, Vice-president, Pat Mulhearn, Secretary, and Pat Lin- nehan, Treasurer. urses' Career Club 80 W I XVith hickory stick in hand, President Roberta Fogo brings the meeting of the Teachers' Career Club to order in room 226. YVith the aid of her three assistants: Veep-Joyce Leavens, Secretary-Virginia I,agh, and Treasurer-Pamela Franklin, "Bobbi" is able to get marvelous test re- sults including a panel discussion, a Held trip, and a dance. Principal advisers Nliss Boyle and Mr. Casey are always there to help with "problem children." This year's class, meeting on the second Tuesday, graduates with top honors. Nlis- Rf I 0 Teachers' Career Club if kit l-ag, and smile, smile, smile" in 'h .lic - N wlc tells Denis, Diiane, and Bi-filiz l gviek up it '.r ftiniiles in x-.:,r s A- DAN-'X Ul-SUN NANCY UISUX ,INYH-Q XX l'XlX l l X RICHXRU -X l'-XII Zo Woodlvriar Road Rn Grandview Avenue In llwchl ifvl X' ' ' Y PM ""' N""" "Dana"'fTl1C Island . . . "Hot "Sang" Riqhig A , , i, gi t- , ,, "juni" 41' f' 'bf ll-. L' lx" A l ,Li lx Caddie" . . . Barracuda , . . Yer- Qiiinn's , ,,XK1-vmiiiifh ,A,' I'f.n-pl Nl.zi:v-" U ' ' t ni X l Ll- if-'-1 mont trips . . . lhlfl Club. ... HFYAXYB . . . x'HI'f11Y'ICl'.. . nv-iifw Rwhail- Rifle Cm- 1. 1. nauii...iu imma. , T rv-1 f Q Student leader I, :g Dance Cairn 1. 2. '- ' ' l2'A"K mittee 24 Tri-Hui' 2, R. llufiuf li - Y b" l ' ' "1" Roll IQ Howling I. Reccptif-nisf I 1. ll' l -L ' l 4 I 3 I' Si ! . 3 P. 6 1'1- B if. Hi-Y P . . Splash parties, dances, and hay rides 600 A spotlight the social activity of Tri-Hi-Y, but it's mainly a service organization. The girls earn money through car washes and cake sales, and then contribute it to some worthy cause. Each year the mothers of 1 6,9 , the members are invited to the induction ceremony. XYhen this ritual is over, all the moms and daughters during a social hour both get to know one another and like true gourmets feast on irresistably invit- ing delicacies. 1 6 X ig: 1 I Rail ln f i Alyce, Dick, Martha, Moe, Paul, and jim enjoy those Friday night dance N. Big chief' 'loan holds a powwow with her council, Alyce, Carol, jo, and Mozy. IJKJIHRPS l'AL'l,SFN NIARY .-X. P.-XYNF MARY LAINE PERLEY BONNIE PERRY 24 lltlfii P ri Street iq Sarford Street Io' Hollis Avenue Il London Avenue "Ili T:-. l llh ...' 'Never? "NIare"f,lack . . . IZ,-NIHNSB . . jerry . . . Mental sweat . . . "Cot C.C. Drum 6: Bugle Corps . . . . l' ' . . ,lordanl . . lee and ,luds . . . jfioygq . , tice?" . . . The Point . . . 8,f'19f'l5o. "Go home" . . . Other one . . . ll.C . ' '.,.' like Right . . . Yint . . . blilton. Biology Club I, 2, Science Club, Dorchester. wow i"' , i Drill Tcum 19 ,tlanff El ,Ygrlh Sec. ,ig National Honor Society 1 Basketball I, Glee Club 32 Sketch Honor R Star ,HQ Tri-Hi-Y 3. 0 Q .C-' fn? H jg Rifle Club 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 1 Pianist 3, Basketball i, 2, 3: Nur ses' Career Club I, lg jr. Red Cross lg Honor Roll I, 1. Club 3, Dance Committee 3. i if 1 xml.. 1 1 82 Q 5 Thespians, members of North's Dra- matic Club, you have sagely heeded the words of your counselors, Sigman and Knakkergaard. You have chosen with care your leaders: Jeanne Young, jimmy Lindholm, Rhoda Sandberg, and Roger Hatch. Thus you are well prepared to as- sume the guises with which you seek to amuse, delight, and entertain your audi- tors. Your erforts are well expended, and we predict your production oflflfho Dunil?, for which you are now casting, will bring the lights of Broadway to North's stage. l. r Steve and Pat cngzagc in rho dr.im.i of life. RUlll'fRT A. l'FTl'iRSHN YlYL'lfY'l' l'l"liRFlKlS S4 Newbury' .-Xxcnm' 4 - Hctzin Strccr Petr" Sheryl . . . "Hi, Shfwrrvu "Yin" lilo.: ..l.ncky's ...' 'No horncworkiu ...flrl ...' : 1 Yrmlr Suprrn . , "Whc'rv's our w--rm:" .. . linux. lif-lfli 41. ll.1slxt'l'l'.ill 1, ' l 1' VN Q lr" ' Dramatic Club a , 4 'x -IUHX Xli IC l'xlN 1 "Pvt lli lic Q X Yum "Dim xx Il i l X Wal' ir Haw i l Y l I-.ill His-t XXII :ill ll-'Q lla val' 3 7 C C I' C 21 C I' S ,, Moe rallies Gina, Margie, Nicka, Pat, Diane, Maureen, Joyce, Jo, Janet, Mozy, and Gretch. With an N and an O and an R- T-H lffith an H and a T and a R-O-N Batkwardgforwards, upside down North .Qttincy High School, go to town. No matter which way they say it, North's peppy cheerleaders provide faith- ful support for our teams, with lively songs and cheers. Dressed in their colorful uniforms of white sweaters, red blouses, black skirts, red socks, and white moccasins, these vi- vacious twelve enthusiastically lead North rooters. After many long hours ofpracrice under Maureen O'Keefe's direction, these girls have reached near perfection in their art. They have succeeded in adding a sparkle to the spirit of North Quincy High School. gf she shows 'em how. i'ii' lg ll l She gets them megaphones. 5513 EVFLYN M. PIZZI 479 H ancock Street "Evie"A"Be silent and safe silence never lmetrays you." . . . BRADSRF. Glee Clulm 1, 2, ,QQ Bowling 3. ., . SAMUEL POCH 123 Newport Avenue "Sam"-Clare . . . Soda jerk . . Spaghetti hound . . . "Have gun will travel." Rifle Club 3,1WdH!I3QGlCC Club I i A ' l 1 i iqg ann . T1 ,- 1 3 1' X 1:!31w1ef Could the timing lic lucttcr for Doris with hcr pad, Bob with his camera, Pat with hcr conscience, Denis with his acnsc of humor, and .lim with his ohliging pore! W .fi - ' N011 T ' . YT . with tht-ir NT.1fTN, TllCfA'K'C r11.1'1.11gc.i T11 1'-1 Yorflz Sflll' B11q'1i1 xztfziig rooriu 11: .1rt-u.i2'.-rt Y- l thc .Yorffz .Y,'.1", l'.1fr:t'1.1 Kcffv .irtti llwrz Wiclcli NI1'1 1119113 ctizwr NIr.NI11r 1i1yi1.1 ' :xx 'x f1! f"xx. 11"'llLi L'X'L'T'X'TllZ'lg fir'-1:11 111-"1" 1" ' -11" cr" 'ri . g . 11. 1. 111. ' r--ti--llt-gciran-:-1-:1-1.1 x.lTT1l TfIl'?lITl1fL'.XC'1k or 1ll lx 111 li llllll' '1 1"1c 1"' '1 wr ' lm be i , .. Q - Y, 57 nur -' ' ""' -- wa. . - ..0'8" d' " .',1 .114N.,11 .11 ,,,..4,.. , .. , .. .1,1. , .. 11 ,,1 . ......-. ... 41. 1 1 .11 ,Q X'lI1l,l.-XM l'0'l"l'F.R Nll'RFI3I'lll V1 Yl'l'Rl- l' IINXX XRI1 I VW NI I UH : R11vcll3trcct lf Wilwri KAHUT? : X . -A N " - ll- Billn i'Rl'lT1CH1l'Cf IPI" . . '4Nlrrr1"' iihrid L l1,.t1h Ur-,:-1 l.:.1' ll ' ' ll'-'- IW 2: i'1...S.1r11r1l:1N l'11Hl'IfX.,. .mtl Riiglc L'-11111-1"1r:w:1N , " . . ll ' 1 11' oincwork l-lucx . . . Cape Lml. 1, IQ :Q . . . Q.ll.9 ' ll - l ' ill 'li1'.11v1 1, Nl.1if-rrftrx Z, ll 1 , Q ll- 1 ll lvitlf K'l:1l1 lw lltl I. NUM"-i '-' ' l ' ' K li.1r1'c'tC'l1il11,2,l't1w 1. lt- ll"1 lfJ'1ff 1. N QI IXX . 1 , , A ll. , 1.. 95 YL' WW Band Ring out the oldg ring in the new. This has been the theme of the North Quincy High School Band this season. l'nder the able leadership of our direc- tor Klr. Anthony lferrante, the Band successfully made the transition from a Class B to a Class A musical organization. The hrst halt' year was spent saying a hectic farewell to the old Class B standing by playing at football games, at rallies, and in tra- ditional parades. The second half year was just as hectic playing concert pieces, novelty numbers, overtures, and top-shelf band numbers demanded of a band with ' 1 an A rating. All in all, North's band has had a red- letter year! There are practical jokers everywhere: Bob, Fd, George, Charlie, Don, Geo, Thad, and Tom. 'es H ...J sid Y ft lf 4"'? 'E'-'G' r"'w-iwfjw ' ' ' .4 L. Q Q 1 si 1 DONNA RFILLY IZ Standish Road "Reil"-"Where's Dingo?" . . "Ellie" . i . lIf29f58 . . . "How can we manage it?" BVIUISY'-dxxlf Qlilxrrllildxl PHYLLIS FYIQLYN RIQDCAY PFTFR RFIQD RICH.-XRD REIl,I.Y ll Dunlwarton Road 81 Walker Street 161 Dorchester Street I2 Standish Road "Betty" l'.S.Xl.C .... 1 IXWSQ "Speedy"M'Kjustine's my chauf- "Pete"fSquantum's Barracuda "Richie"-Favorite records-Be- ...fPldC':1pcCf1d... Fried Clilma leur" . . . Past . . . Panama . . . ...Hot Chev . . . Ranks . . . Curly lieve me , , , "Hockey" , . . Those . . . Rauioiz lfyes. Future . . . The World. Grease monkey. accidents. Student l.t-atli-rs 2, 2: .N"f1'1'fr -War .llmiet lfd-in-Chict' 3, Nat. Honor Hockey 1, 2, 3g Football I I, 2. ,ll Skt-rcli Clwli Qi: Reception- Society 2, 3: Atomic Energy Club ist 1, YQTT1-ll!-T 3. Sec. 15 Honor Roll 1, lg Sketch Club 1, 2, 'QQ Math Club 2, Glee Club I, 2. .. . we W '77 I black uniforms. I ll Hashetl in unison. n fl 1 N C I Dottie, Lynn, Barbie, and Carol, the smiling queens. Nlr. Roy Merritt, Adviser 'wr-6 6-A ma-iorettes proutllv marcheti in dashing r majorettes performed with a sparkling .its skill at each football game. Nlr. Nlerritt's patient enorts in .i..Ifiri M a Jorettes Strutting down the length of the nelti, North With Barbara Berry leatiing the b.irt.i steps and Dotty Berry heading the tirtii tea unpredictable girls certainly' show results i rw 5 Cxl .14 A t ,v ... , ,.lKn I snappy maneuvers which were perforrned .V li ii' time and before the games. A favorite f-"T'TTT.l'f'r was a Q with the band forming the X. lri time t the music of"On North Quincy," the nifty iw in xy: xv:- X0 .IUSFPH F. RIQPUFI-' DIVXYF RlL'll:XRl1S lx X l lll RINI X Hll l W l l 'lil Xll li' llllllxn 149 Beach Street ug Cral-tree R'-.ill 1 ' ll " l Xl " " ll 3 - Nh "f N" ' Fcldie. . . llev,Nl.1ck .... X part- lfhphah ...' 'Yo swe.if" , ll-e lx l ' 2 " " l " f ll ' l ner in crime . . . "Hey, Hint," this ...' "IM be ture." -s ' 'r XX R r " - 4' ll .Ynrrh .Vtar lg Camera liluli lg Nlath Club 5. HR. Ri-rrp,-rw', , ll " ' ' K li 1 Rifle Clulv I, 2. tu-C I, 3, RAL- Lil-,F ', 1, 1, X '.'f- l" M l" ll " ' R l ' ' ' .Vfm 2.llif'fls'l1l'l's.Qi,lTl'CI' Cl ',1i Z . ' l - lla l 1 'A " ' ' ' t .- ' - ll 1 ' wfzvr 1 AJ S- I . 4 Xu If Toxlkllkl RoBER'I'S -t, Yassall Street HYULI all" . . . "What color next?" . . . "liurnliie" .... -X l's . . . Hey. Sr. Prom Comm. 33 Girls' Club lfx. Hd. jg ,Hariri ,gg .Ymfh Star 2, gg Nurses' Career Club 1, 3: Tri- Hi-Y ,ig Basketball I, 3. GORDON ROLLINS lR".'Xfl11Y1IlC Street "C1ordy"-Dauph's . . . "Dream On" . . . 'lXYhy notin . . . U.-Xny practice tonight l" Cross Country' I Co-Ca . 2 2 1 J 9 a Varsity Club 2, 35 Track I, 1, gg: Prom Comm. 33 Homeroom Rcp . ,. irls' Sports vw nv- 1.-H .-Xmassed on Tuesday afternoons on the battleheld Cgymnasiumj is a great army of girls. 'lihe Commander of these weekly skirmishes is soft-spoken Gen- eral XlcCoy. Her strategy makes confusion almost impossible. With special black-and-white insignia, her lieutenants act as mediators in the war games. ln battle dress of blue or blue and red, and equipped with much enthusiasm, the squads seek to outyvir each other in advancing their front lines to add a victory to their series of campaigns. Morale among the squads, which are grouped according to seniority, is high, and with each victory the individual squads gain more self-confidence in their maneuvers. One of these squads, the "Red Raiders," has set an amazing four-year record in conquering all foes. Traditionally, the preliminary contests begin in December, and in the spring are fought the decisive battles, for which only the tittest survive. Champs for three years, maybe tour, are Nance, jo, Helen, Cam, Barb, Dot, Joyce, and joan ciriokcikl RCCKQIIQRO 5: Bayberry Road "Gig" Squantum Boys . . . NHT' . . . Syveetlieart . . . "Casual" . . l'd . . . Chevy . . . Babe. Baseball i, 1, 35 Basketball I, 1, :Q Cross Country jg Varsity' Club lux. lid. 1, .11 ,Yoftfz -Vtar 31 Prom Cori,"siT't'c . ' 'YW CHRI Jl. SACCU is I4 y State Road "Sac" ip 1' gf, . . . "Avy shocks" .. l5:n.1st"...4 4 5f1...'lL1Sf KM1 ,.,... . . . li Kl.li 1, .gg Nurses' Career , , , ll llimal ,ag llance Com- ii " lr lli Y , X. l "Mom" McCoy counts Signey's pull-ups with Donna bracing her 9 'vi Girls Student Leaders The activities of the ramhunctious girls' student leaders have lm-cn slowed down considerably. This is due to this year's changed schedule which, in eliminating homeroom periods, also eliminated practice time for these girls. However, Nliss Nlcfoy has used her student leaders whenever possible. Their assistance was particularly helpful during the physical Fitness tests, when they not only relieved Xliss Xlcfoy or time-consuming commercial trivia, but also were at her sitlc in thc 4' 1 - I . 'Nl 'vyi- MK Q P-Xl'l,S.1.IJIlFR gs l'.irA1 -Mart .1 "Sid" l'rn s... ll --X A . ll Pird . . . K'h.i:"t"- . 'l- ' ptriny :H If L.. .. 1. .11 . -u :i.ifl:,1, gli.:-r ,. gl .1' Q, Y.1rsi". Ci. lx llti , Y l' Ku' Lf. 1, 1. l"- N' K - l'T iii Q' :""' 1 14 positive steps of the program. lcgs .ind .irins galore in thi' l cadcr CY-rp-. IYF ' A ia' ,'.', sl-5.1 qv fl. , 5 7 A- I P, 'al d", Gina tt-pe Nicks while .l-xx"YY7'll'7f1C'4 mth N1 sf rid l ff w-'h ' 'f' "' 'E angels. 89 fx l ! I f l5"NXlIWN1N'llv'l4'Nl Z, I' ... X.. . x, X 1-r ll-1 N ,t is iw t 1 R ' L N lsll l'K' 'NX N'xNlNli?1- 'ii N" ' X . l' -' l'-'X K gpm., i Q N li, XJ I1 . X. s. - x 7-4 U rN Al and Don mix 'em up as Fred, Bill, and Skip wait their turn. oys' Student Unfortunately, the fine work of the Boys' Student Leaders was forced to come to a close this season because of the new scheduling. In years past, every boy at North enjoyed the help of a superior athlete in his gym class. These he-men always gave an exhilarating perform- ance of fine coordination and exceptional daring. XVho can forget the show given in 1958 which saw these artists twist and turn breath- takingly through the air in rolls and loops which would make an air- plane look like a wounded duck? The audience thrilled to Freddy Bonner's gravity-defying work on parallel bars. It was a sad day at North when this crew was grounded, but all is not lost yet. This year, under Mr. Rickson's guidance, the same men are working without glory after school just so they can enjoy the fruits of knowing that they themselves have accomplished something. Every person stands back and admires this group of human gliders. Skip and Fred hit the rafters. Double J takes a double spin. PETER B. S.-XXYIN 7 Sonoma Road IRENE I.. SEGHEZZI 32 Spruce Street "Bimbo"fI-laystzitk . . . S.T.C. Locke , , , 5,f29f59 . . . K-Sera- . . . Ehphah . . . Blnt Hills . . . Sera . . . "Big brothersn. . . Mem- Black Label .... -X Right . . . ories . . . Montclair. Schmoe. Receptionist 1, 3, Biology Club 1g RiHe Club 1, 35 Foorli N , liiiilogy Nurses' Career Club ig Dance Club 1. Comm. 3. Q-- lk: I 'Y if PATRICIA SHANNON 4 Hamilton Avenue "Pat"-G.R.B .... "Hey Nick" GEORGE SI-IEA 89 Billings Road Judy . . . Product ofHarold's Cor- ner . . . Crazy Drummer . . . "Thanks, Everyone." Band 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 2, 34 Track 1, 3, North Star 3. . . . Dottie . . . T.N.A.T.G.C. . . . Expressway . . . Nappy . . . U.M. . . . Somersaults. Cheerleading 3g Girls' Sports 2, 3, Girls' Club Ex. Bd. 3, Tri-Hi-Y Pres 2, 3, Nlanet 3g Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3. 'z ' wi 90 Leaders Un Ihr' fqfl: Ed, Bull, Al, and Dun H.1ndNr.1ndcrN1 Dick, Nkp, Fd, .m n n-.1 I -- 7 ,l J JB? U On Ihr rfghl: Gerry, Bill, Fred, and Skip CHARLES J. SHFFHAN .IQ Young Srrccr "Charlie"-"Hey .-Xl" . . . "Where-'Q Nlarplrr' . . . Qmcn Salvo? . . . Q' . . . Bruce? Fontlwlll I, 2, jg Var-llv flulv I, 2,12 Key' Clul- :, xg .Xlwvr RL Sr. Dance CUUTITW., Cha1rrnan,1gMafh Clulw 3. NURNIX ll'-XY SHIT WNY RXRHXRX NIV'-1 NN TNNH N VV'-T X 'QS l"6rml.1lr Baal-l-lu :ar1x'w.as" . , R .la - ll -l - lv, Yxhrrcn XM N'-r' IH-rplr 1 -4 ll Nqr I lx' .'.' ,,.k IN N.. li Q? Q X Q 5 'N Girls' owling fan-Q5 L x,, 'lihe ominous thunder heard at 2:45 every Xlonday in the vicinity of Norfolk Downs is due to the etliorts of the Girls' Bowling Clula whose members are taking advantage of one of Northls many oppor- tunities to lmuild up their bodies as well as their minds. President -lane Nlarcou, Vice- President l,inda Spear, Secretary Gail lhtorli, and 'lireasurer ,leanette lYebluer join with Nliss Klcfoy to make this club one of the most popular in the school. lirom hohhy socks and howling shoes, these girls learn to turn with ease to party clothes and social graces for their annual spring hanquet, thoroughly enjoyed hy every member. U' fi l.ee's preliminary demonstration before she hits the alleys. lil' Ri! SIXIPSHX C'ARUl,lNli XYARPQ SIX hlOSPi'l"I'l". ANNE SNIONCQHSKI GEORGE SOI..-XRI i ' lim Riad .go Bay Struct 4: Brook Street 167 Atlantic Street lhc mi ri . llari. ard . . . Dec. I3 Greenwood . . . Kammermusik . .. "jo"fUne of six Poles . . . I8 'WYho's short?" . . .Hot Ford . lu uri .11 Veritas . , . Nliss Nlcisner . . . suns . . . College . . . Future un- 1ofI3f59 . . . H.R.P.W.j.M. . li iflouy C, iw! f, l'rws. 1, 31 Math lfamoiir . . . l'nity, coherence, determined. Yuh, hut" . . . Harold's. ull, Si-c. ,. ll ali lloncr Roll I, cmphasis. National Honor Society, Vice .lfwlw 2. Rin K' ,i , mc. i, 1, Band 1, 1 ,gg National Honor Pres. 1, ,gg Mass. Girls' State 2, National ll fi' i ct i, 1 Society 2, Sr. Prom Comm. ,ig l,ilmrary Staff B islactliall 1, l W 1, 2,jQ.Y07'lfI-5,107'h2, Dance Comm. 1, 33 Honor Roll I, 2. YI . . Y ! ,T F 6 xY. -'X 92 ' f RiHe lub fa I' 1 Commander-in-Chief' Burgcw, Gcncra Houston, Cfvlfmcl l,y-mlm, Xl.1j1-r Kcfy 45K ir, the Rina fwrps ix in .1 Nff.1'cgr.' pw rn carry the glnry' "f rhczr rnwvw cncrny rcrrirnry' ami cvtcru' vw uncc nu-rc. Al is a smiling target for Pctc and ,luxrinc,:1xl4-ng ax .lim and Bruce look the uther way. LINDA SPF.-XR 184 Standkh Road "l.in"-"The Dimmu . . . TUGUO . . . Summcr '50 . . . "Know what I moan?" Buwling I, Z, Yxcc Pre-Q. jg Tri- Hi-Y jg Girl? Spnrri 3. NI.-KYRFFY NPFYCF NINRII 'XX XXX NI R 'M I ,",f'I I INUK NIH Xl NN ij 5haffvn Rfhld IWNJQ hi ' " Z' S W 2"A I N1 ' HNIUIYU N-r11crNaulrx ...' . I: 1, H- I-X ,i. 4 s P H X1 V I2 M Th' IW " ...Q:Sxll3...Inngr.aIkx... 9 IW" HI R. .. f G.l..W.H .... S.H.Il' .... I-'rvrd NA s 1 .X A VL- 2 5 1' mmquxfw. 1, t, V1 k I' U Y k H - -R -W Chccrlcadlmz 1, Umzrr H-wshng V:-' . F- 1 1 -f' , F' I, 2. 1: Rukcfl-all 1, 1,3 Tre H1 Y 2, Vcc Pros ig Dance' U-mm r, 2 A Q 93 Starinned at their new permanent quar- terQ at .-Xrlanric -luninr High, thc Rina Cluh Divkiun nt' Nnrrh'vXrn1y traim fnr major cmnhar with rhc cnerny. I.c.i hx- and Captain herrix, thc Trl--qw pfav fhcfr strategy for the C71Nl1fYTQ'lN.l7TTCN.xhlffil ffl' Ifgfi-IQQQ Caxnpaignx mccuNT'x:"v i'L'?1l".i P 3 .-.N- ,MJT c four orhccrs: Pete, Dick, Swilm, and :Xl symbolize the sports of Nort arsity Club XYith President Ed Swirbalus commanding the meet- ings from his podium, the North Quincy Varsity Club went on to one of its most successful years ever. To assist our idea-sparkling president, the club voted Al Johnson vice-president. While these two were conducting the meetings, Dick Cooke and Pete Bartoloni were taking care of the financial and secretarial duties. This year, the club opened with a bang as it sponsored a very suc- cessful fall dance. The top-shelf activity, however, was the "Stardust Serenade." Given during Christmas season, it decked the gym out like the salon ofan English country squire's mansion with a huge decorated Christmas tree, a warm sparkling yule log, and poinsettia plants on every gay table where true holiday refreshments were served. As a memento every girl received a link-chain bracelet with a star inscribed with the club's insignia. The Varsity Clulfs Big Christmas formal. Ma and Pa Densmore join jack and joan in the fun. R-alhlbl' Sl'l.l.lYAN SHIEII..-X K. SL'I.l.lY.-KN I lfzirririuxiiiz Strcct 193 Newbury Avenue arty"-f 'l.: wi to .XIX for a "Snlly"ee Miami . . . Bob . . . New- TTWXTQLT, li la ,I-M " port . . . Steve . . . 8f:2f59 . . Connie . . . 8f11,f"5t, . . . jim .. Nlathis. iorcu xi. SUPERAK STEPHEN SWARTZ SQ Flynt Street 62 Holmes Street "Philly"'-i IfiI2f5T . . . "Ph" . . . "Steve"-The cleaner . . . Novem- Blonde-lvlue . . . Meanie . . . Boy ber 1959 . . . Dick the wrecker . . ..."Surc" . . . .gfljfjg . . . "Like," june '6o. Pep Club lg North Star 39 .Wanet 3, Nurses' Career Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1 J. .ax , i'7x . 1 ' ' - 1 F 5 . 'o', gil . -'41 l il! 33- - . y g . ..s Q ,Qty P4 , e r 12 KENNETH SWEENEY 327 Atlantic Srreer "Big S"-"What-me worry?" . . At library . . . Hot Chev. Rifle Club 2, 3. R .-Xl rellx :murher mle ru .In nm-mme .1-.du'nce. Q EDWARD SWIRB.-KI,l'S 38 Holmes Street 'Q .F "Swllm"-7-f5f57 . . . uxvUVUll ' . .. The lug man. Fcmtlwall I, 2, C0-Capt. jQ B2lNClHlll ' I, 2, IQ Ynrsitv Clulw I, Treai. 2 . ' , p , ' IVk.l .milf wr --fMv--I- Pres. jl key Club 2, .xg Student H 'Im m K Council jg Chu Day C1-mm. jg .llrmrt QI. Rlfll.-XRD T.-Xl..-Kxl.-KN Xl.-XDl"l.lYl" C. lll.-XIY l KH XlXl lll' 'VX U5 Fllint Avenue If Ulive Street ' - ll" N" "Dick"f"l.fwIk, Nla, no handf' "l.1n" CLYA ..,.. Iunwr-l1r.n,:. l - l . . "Sure, Pup." lmki Rurkev 2 . , . l'ruf'eu'frr1.al lf 1' ' ' l" Re Qkatlmz .... lan A Fddwl l R l Ylckic. Nf- I ' 'K "Ml Nl.l,.U.f. I, 2. lllrr' Klul- I, . T. Uanrl xg Rifle flulw Q,R.1ik!'fl'.1ll I. 'AFP 'q-P 95 F L lllil xl l+'N1l lN - X1--Nm!! I Nlll L K .. ll--1 . X . ll--' ' A HHAI ' -I .. r. ' 'A Q.: if-C ip' fi Yr Alu ll Science Club ,133 Nlary, .-Xnn-Nlarie, and Circtch explore the animal kingdom with "Morn" Townsend. i n 'J Sputniks? VVhy not? North's Science Club is satisfied with no less than shooting for the moon, with projects for both the Science lfair and per- sonal pleasure. The Science Department, headed by Miss Schields, gives to President Rhoda Sand- berg, Vice-President Donald Hoffman, Secretary l,aine Perley, Treasurer joe Q'Donnell, and the rest of the club all the aid necessary for launching their plans. This year, the parents joined forces and formed The Parents' Booster Club of Science and Mathematics. With both their school and their home staunchly behind them, the members of the Science Club will have no trouble reaching their stars. DOHC JTHY ,Ili-XX TOOHl'iY ft, :Xtlantic Street llfitti Inna- AQC, 1959 Que lice Ci? ,Niix,', loft, RI' l ... 'il' l' l' timid." Bzislcetiiall i, 1, rg .Yortfz .Star I Artist N-wfch Club 1 ' , ,lIIl71c'f lltini ir Ri 'll ' ' ii' 'Q-If H M Wll-l.lANI TRAYFRS DIANNF YALIQNCI.-X ROBERTA ANNE VALENCIA 43 l-lilma Street Tl Farrington Street 30 Ardell Street "Bill"eB.B.P .... "l.ct's skip "Diney"-Flunky .... PX h-h-h-h "Tex"-Charl . . . Funny-face . . practice, jim" . . . Hi I-li. . . . Graduation . . . Ho-jo's . . . "What d'ya call it?', . . . B.R. . . Football 1, 1, 3: Track 2, ,EQ Var- R.D.C.S.R.G.l,.C.ll.F. 5f1f59 . . . Fighting. sity Club kg. North Star 35 Library StafT3g Tri- Drill Team IQ Drum Ma-iorettes Hi-Y 33 Pep Club 3: Sketch Club 1, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 34 Dance Commit jg Dance Committee 3. tee 3g North Slar 3. ,Zuma V Q :- f 0-Q -'WK 96 'HW 1 3' DENIS A. VAUGHN X43 Fenno Street "Denny"-XV.Y.C .... Ehphah . . . Big Otis . . . "What's home- work?" . . . Deutsch . . . Worm? Glee Club 2, 3g Math Club, Treas. 33 Key Club 2, 31 Teachers' Career Club 2, 3Q .Yorlli Star jg Atomic Energy Club ZQ Honor Roll I, 21 Dance Comm. 3. -if 31 1 -0 -4 ANTUNI.-X YETTER 59 Saratoga Street "Toni"-Harold's Diner lOf22f59...L'l1-l'lul'1. . . . . l'.S.N. Girls' Athletic Association fi s I I PRISCILIA ,IRAN YI.-XTHR 455 Hancock Street .1.I,FXANIJPR XXAI Rl- R - N-H.--,.-1 Q-v.-, - . . "Cilla"-"Ht-y'.wz1it for mefn . .. "Ai" lrtutmia-YJ l . Babu Beachcomber ...' "l'hatY brief" Diver." . . . .Miternl-on g.ib"twt. Crow Ciinhffx' -, Li I. Bowling 1, jg 'liri-lli-Y I1 .lfafiff Studerif leads? ' 1 T. ili X - -. RLr1,.L" ., Show i:H'+n1-r Roll :. -, ., ... ath Club l .ind Steve, Detention hae just got out, ami .ie the u.iyw.ir.i "Slum" Horrupm pointc out .1 hemitlineer to hfr "i?:x'Q'fN Rm-xl 8:11, Rh 11.1, v A ,a Q- plotlx on tlown the corridor, xure that he :X 'Pie fav at con iii the Qehool, he Ntopx irt .i:11.i.fe:t:e"t. Xliw ll gain! room ix alight, ami imitie, .1 xXK.1f'YT1 - f' ii pw girlx are craclaing their Nl-Quik to ge' .it f - V 1 eqi1atiori.'AQi.i:1itbe,"tbeb-iy.1NkNii:"1xt'iT-. 1 t are people xx bo will Ntay' f't wht .i?"e' 1: 1 ' . x new-rti?" 'lilie boy' limi hit the fair' ' 'ine iitxzt.. .i"t . lic tlitlfftlxfifixxit..X71y'Qt'7TZ1'Tv-Kitt'tim e 'lic f"x'c ' lighten tlieitixelvex iii t'i.i'ii " lf" . 1' " t xwrtliy' ot' the highext prazw. .Xml '-Nf'fi llfl XYcNtt"'lwKe .ix iift'v.fc"'. X' II x'it't'eprtwt.fe'rt, lletf Suriv .ix NCCTC'.1"Y, .1 i IW K Xfiiigiv' .ix 'te.iNurcr, 'Eze .fx W .ax 1: A ' .it .ill "'.i'ii t-i"?cN'N 'ZEN t""cftXi. e -- ATI' -.l , N' f . A A DIOHN F.. wAI.sH 41 Baystate Road "Yogi"---"XYhere's Boo-booii' . . . "Got the car?" . . . Dad's Rambler ..."Beats me." "7 NI.-XRY FI.lZ.-XBFTH WALSH TO Dysart Street "Chiclfie"AP.D ..., Drug store . . . IO, ,f 'N t,,n5o . . . C.H.F.M.P.S. . . . Wednesday nights . . . The Ford. Pep Club 1, 24 ,llanfl Show 1, lg Prom Comm. jg Tri-Hi-Y jg Bas- ketball I, Z. JANIHS W. WARD -6 French Street A'Bunny"ffiood luck to everyone, may you all be successful. Teachers' Career Club 13 Debating Llub ,,. Q IO Sketch lub The key which unlocks the door to 401, the Louvre of North H. S. where the Sketch Club meets, is service. l'nder the direction of Miss Sawitsky, the members have made decorations, posters, murals for hospitals, and helped the Chamber of Commerce revise a booklet. So you see, this club does service not only for the school, but also for the community, help- ing whenever possible. As its piece-de- resistance, it has painted a commendable and worth-while panorama that called for integrated artistry. AX i M ei A 1 ln close operation on the Booster Club poster Bill Dot Rosemary ohn im, Carol and jim. 98 adio and T. V. Club 4 4' n ii 5 Q ' U 1 'Z -s X 4 2 ' This club incorporates home and school in an unusual way. It has solved the age-old problem of getting a legal excuse to watch television instead of doing homework. Actually, the club spends more time behind the lenses than in front of the screen. These scientists of tomorrow, ,gif ' under the able leadership of Ron Lawson and lid Carey, figure out what makes the waves go from the studio to the home, and what induces them to leave the studio in the first place. The school's hat is otl' to men who in lei- sure hours are willing to further their knowledge of how studios are run and to take over our local studio for a broadcasting day in Hay. l'-lit' l W -l.-Xxlffli XYARD .Xl Yfl' XY-XRNFR I Xt QI l l X N Nl l-N lla' 'X H' 'lil H l '-'- Xl la 'fi French Street I9 Channing Srrrcr i ll " l A 'U l 1" 'I' " "' "Jan" B1-l -... 1- 2' :R . "AI" Ronnie ,..' lilxylll , , . la -s ll' e lb" Hi' ll 'l' 8 29 go ...' 'Going to Ally' Nlam. l L 7' ill " ' 1. it fe. mis cm-, iw. 1, if, im' 1, I N- 'A Set, 3, NNN: Nm' 1. lla-RN!-:il ' ' - I. 1. filet Klub 1, Dani'-A L -r--:ff i, Ig Uawrl Show 2, dv " 90 lil NISP, A-NNN XYl'il,CH 4 Q ilby Road Receptionists 3 Every minute of every hour of every school day, one of North's vast army of female greeters stands ready to enlighten or instruct any puzzled visitor. XYhether one or several visitors seek out the infor- mation desla, they are graciously given all the aid they need. Nlr. Roberts chooses his receptionists with care, making sure that each posesses the charm necessary to impress favorably all querists. lfor our watch-birds are often the only students whom strangers are able to watch. Betty takes a break . . . 1 l 1 .Hit xlw.. I 4 while Nancy tells Mr. Nlagoo where to go. l DORIS WELCH 1'o Pine Street tnny" -Slaclesey ...' fl1's too Paul . . . TOGKXD . . . "U-uh welll" l hr '... lhforgctiilwlc ...' 'l . . . "Ya don't say!" 1 1 n.11dc1'stz111d it." Class Secretary QQ Student Coung Iii "ball ig l.ll'T1lTf Staff 11 'I'rif cil 1, 1, jg .xvfyflfl Star, Cofeditor- ll H 1, Ho.11i11u 1 iii-chicfjl National Honor Society 1, gig iliri-Hi-Y Sec. Z1 .il Dance Committee 1, 1, .Il fiirls' Sports 1, 2: ,llanrl LQ. WIl.I.l.-XXI lri. WI'iS'I'F,RBF.Klri 150 Ocean Street f'Bil1" lihphah . . . "Schweigcn Sie, llcrren' '... Volkswagen . . . "Say yes, People." National Honor Society 1, , .Yorflz Star .gg Nlath Club, Pres. 3 Keyflub1,.ggfileeQ'l11b 1, 2,31 Prom Comm. N15 High Honor Roll 1gHc1hfJr Roll I. R 1: . 4 P:X'I'RlCl.-X NX Hll Pl- N Q5 :Xlstead Strtct Hpatn-Ron Hot Nash . . Prom . . . .gf Sketch Club Tri-Hi-Y 3. ,-vp'-7 I K P I iii- y F 0 . 1 t The NI. P. O. C. has for years been a vital part of North's educational system. If it were not for this club, the many line educational movies which North has been lucky enough to receive would have to go unused. Seniors are helping run the club: Bill Bradford as Chief' Technician, In- structorg Bill Harrington as Instructor and Operatorg Ron Lawson as Head Tape Recording Expertg and Bill lfitzgerald as .llanet Show Guide. Nlr. Bob Gentry is the eflicient faculty adviser. r, I 1 I I 1 v P Mr. Gentry with his big operators: Bill, juni, Bill, Ron, Bill, and Tiny till the l-iif :ri Visual aids. .IUYCF lf. WHITF. .lUSl"l'll ll. WIIII.-U18 l'llll ll' XX ll l l XXV 4' Timex Street 241 ll.irv.1rd Srrccr 4- N1.i.1- x N"- ' "joycic"' Raw '... Rod and black "joe" LU-pain . . . Big Uris l'?1v li l Q" l' "' " Chevy '... 2 Zi Co . . . Hi thcrcli' fclllilofk .VC , "Tn lic Mzrc ii l'.z. N'1i .1 lil K l Venti. Track I, Rifle flizb Q,X1.lTl1Qil'1li 'W ,xldflff Show' 1. Z, Blfilogy fliili I. NX!-min Tricggi lilul- 2. + f PHYl.I,lS Wlll IANIS 59 Middle-ex Strut-7 'Al-ii-Fi"flltMir 'Z 1' fi B M B? . . . Friday nzgh' stint . . . "'l'vu'z'tic." Niirscfllrfct' 1. .Y v 1. B kctlmll Z1 Pep Lili I - l J 'l"lTX ll XNIPH I R ,IR I'l B-fizfuzs R .ad xv- V. - W R .N l""' Btwn lv ' 'I A K XXX XX-'RIN . gy, . I M , R i. I' H1 X 1-- N .. . I W. .ga iw .-t :'3ih' I IO! f ,' 9 I I ia- D1 v - 1- - - - - .- Key Club The N. H. S. EJ Tom and Jim feel a bit ofjoshing is the key to fun. Tom points down his opposition to the approval of Charlie, Dad Carlin, and jim. The North Quincy Key Club, in busi- ness for the first time, opened the lock on many rewarding experiences for its twenty- four customers. Under the direction of master locksmith Mr. Paul Carlin and ap- prentice Tom Clark, the Key Club ground out many keys for community service. When the keys had been finished,a helping hand had been given over to voters with a baby-sitting service at election time, to the Girls' Club with a boost in its welfare programs at Thanksgiving and Christmas, to the parents with an appreciation ban- quet, and to understanding in interna- tional relationships with a foreign stu- dent-exchange assembly. To be sure of keeping the financial and social records straight, the Key Club hired Auditors Mal Garland and Secretary Bill Apsit. With these three employees, their em- ployer, and the twenty-four customers working hand in hand when the shop opened every VVednesday morning, the Key Club ended in the black for the year. In appreciation for the fine work done by both the North and the Quincy branches, the main office rewarded them with a line luncheon when the final reports were in. If the club can continue to get the same quality of employees and customers in future years, the .Manel sees no reason why the club will not remain a going concern. JEANNE cARo1. Yotxu JUDITH o. YOUNG st1sAN M. Youxo PETER J- YNGVE ISI I-issex Street 156 Lansdowne Street I8O Beach Street 140 NCWbUfY Avenflf, - "Where's Nom1?" . . . 2!,"iZO, flii 59' Hlulieii-Q.C.H. Lab .... HYannlS Hsueu-Uwhereis Patin i i ' iisee YOU at the 'Y I -'-,- Itallan nep .... "Maybe tomorrow." '5q. . . "You know?" . . . Burning 2f15f59 . . . "Wherein . . . J.l?t.M. foods, Oh! . . . "Strike- Tri-Hi-Y 3, Nurses' Career Club 1. the midnight oil. . . . I-lowie's . . . Fried moSqUlf0CS- ,Yorlh Star, Activities Co-Ed. 3g Dance Committee 2g Tri-I-li-Y 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, District Chorus Drill Team 1, 2. 1, All State Chorus 14 Teachers' Career Club, Treas. 1. . 4. ---" --1 IO2 -npr: 3' v yi: if I . "QC-mgfi' ' l N X4 PHI !HI'l'1 ll I : Q'r.1Mfrr-' Rwui Hxwrvwxu 'wfwfr-' Kar Inn'-wms' w I-YW: , N1 wif" X1-If" .ir Parw Yvhh K I.1v"'-'K' .I RA 2, X,',:':f.' .. I" H W .,lW1 K .....x...,, l H M-43' efybll A5 Must exasperated: john Hofferty, Adviser ls 1 Vers-7 til dz . M C: 1 QCCC Q. dlxdf alll' , kelx' YU Su Paul 5a een O K NKOSK ll 1 I QXASUU, eefel Pa wwe Da ul Sadlier As our classmates see the synthesis ur l 9 6 O Class Census - - all in fun l 'VS HFUSISI Best dressed: rl-'mn Nlacfiillivray, Tom Clark Pat Shannon, Skip Cunningham IO4 BEST ALL AROUND: Pat Kelley, Paul Sadlier Sur Cl..-XSS IXSIHP.-XR.-XBl.F.S: Richie Holmlwerg, Nancy Ulwn 3 Y' DUNQT TOUCH Nil HST DP PP YDAHI I' RF Cam! Gr ST D.iN'ff.'R-qu Ffnlgu-. 'H U C' N KI NNN NH Nlkl XX K A' A-f NN, K 52' f IW-I 2 iOi 5 3,241 , 1--N ' , H A J' Aff! "1 .QQ 4. x ,NQQLX Qckx Lx O0 Q0 xxocsi cad S . Nov JO. f ' J Ago "XC: owl, . 121 001, fjfx ff , ,- j fy, 6 0 00 i 'Z - sibofe 4. idx? 00,12 V . - Q I ' QS .Qoibx C706 LLASS VS ITS. Ed Pyne, joanne Huber 'X 4 1 IO '53 C xWNx?X0'?,09 QCKQXQSXQ Of' X0 xo O xvoee Co 6 H 15 'SM 90, XYY5 F lfclrgcifrsz S- 42 - 6' ' -1- X Q0 4x03 "WA XS . Q. Cyk, YQ X00 54 Sgxwod l 3 QC' vw e. cao FRIFNDLIEST: Mike Densmorc, Pat Kelley QI'lI'fTFS'I': Walter Bryan, Burl-nm Nlwrrvx IIQY7- I . 44-f. 0"'o,,f7 eff rwogdl 0 , pa I' P00 IO' 'b xx?- X- X x-9 ,x xx xx 9 N 'X-ICI' whucml . . . Hffxllfi Xlrx. ly Y r ' ru I Ut l'1r md Durix. IO y f Q1 f F EA ,FJ ,- fr 1 , . ' V A. -1 v,l . rl 1 ,. 1 My heartiest wish is that you will treasure the .llanef of 1960 as a metnory book of the real teen-age you: the syn- thesis of hotne and school. The statl' and l have worked long and hard for such a reality. Neither their etlorts nor mine could have crystallized without the ever- present help ot' Mr. john Hotierty, our challenging faculty adviser, Mr. james Bleiler, our genial photographer, Mr. Roswell l"arnham, our voice from Keller Press, Miss listher Morrison and Mrs. Shirley Paulson, our gracious bankers, and the staliis eAdyertising, Commercial, Flditorial, and Patron. And so to thetn, to my editorseeefjeorge, joanne, Mike, and 'l'om and to you l say, "'l'hank you, and all the best in the years to come." Thank you, 5 A-'-'- Communit Mother! and Dads for bggpin uf to reqhie the NET of 1960 . . Fitd Adams Abbe .ri Mr. K Mrs. Charles R. Abb Miss Martha F. Atkotn Mrs. M. XY. Adair Mr. Arthur Adams Mrs. Percy Adams Mr. Mrs. Flank Adragna Mr. Russell Allsee Miss jane M. Agnew Mr. Francis Cf. Ahern Miss Betty Akerley Mr, Lowell CI. Albee Miss Patricia Alberlassi Mrs. Aldrich Mr. joseph Aleksun Mr. Bruce Alexander Mrs. Alibrendi Mr. Elmer MY Allen Mr. tk Mrs. Fred Ii. Allen Mrs. Gilford Allen Family Miss Louise Allyn Mrs. julia Alongi '39 Mr. Larry Altardo Mrs. Ci, W. Amrhein Mr. Albert Anderson '55 Mrs. Barbara Anderson Mrs. Charles Anderson Miss Donna Anderson '60 Mrs. Fllen F. Anderson 51 Mt. Frank XY. Anderson. jr Mr. X Mrs. Frank Anderson Mrs. Franklin Anderson Mr. Raymond Anderson Mr. Richard Anderson Mr. Robert Anderson Miss Sigrid B. Anderson Mr. George R. Andrews Mr. john Andrews Anonymous Mr. tk Mrs. .Albert Apsit Mr. tk Mrs. joseph Arbuckle Miss Barbara E. Ardini '58 Mrs. john A. Ardini Mr Mr Mr. jatnes Armstrong '48 Edward S. Arnold K Mrs. john L. Arnold Mr Manuel Aruda Mr Robert Askin Mr Robert I.. Atkinson '52 Mrs. M. Atwater Miss Sandy Atwater '59 Miss Clatol A. Ayer '56 Mr. George M. Bacher Mr. bustaye Backland Mrs. George Bailey Miss june Bain ' Mr. Hollis S. Baird Mrs. Frank Baker Mrs. Marie Baker Miss Helen M. Baker Sr. IIO Miss l-lllen Baldwin '59 Mrs. Mary Baldwin Mrs. Flilabeth Ballard Miss Barbara Bardsley Mrs. Francis Barlow Mr. Harold Barnes Mr. George Barnett Mrs. Kathryn Baron Mr. Fran Barry Mr. jatnes Barry Mr. Mrs. john Barry Miss judy Barry '59 Miss Margaret Barry Miss Betty Bates Mr. K Mrs. Donald Beach Mr. tk Mrs. Byron E. Bearce Mr. kk Mrs. Ii. j. Beck Miss judith Beck '59 Mrs. Albert Becker Mrs. Ann Becker Mrs. M'illiam Benjamin Miss Marion Bennett Mr. Stephen Bennett Mr. Arthur E. Benson Mrs. Doris Berg Mr. Fred E. Bergfors, jr. Mr. joseph I.. Bernasconi Mr. ik Mrs. Alond Berry Mr. k Mrs. Harold Betzger Mrs. R. E. Bidwell Mr. C. W. Biggs Mr. Karl E. Bilewski Mr. Russell G. Billard Mrs. Dorothy Bille Mr. j. j. Bille Mr. Frank Birch Mr. Richard Birch Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Birch Mr. Charles R. Birnie Mr. john E. Birnie Mr. john E. Birnie. jr. '62 Mrs. Lewis Bischoff Miss Ruth Blandford Mrs. E. Blinn Mr. Robert Blithe Mr. john Boland '59 Miss Suzanne Boland '54 Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Boland, jr. Mr. Thomas j. Boland '53 Mrs. john A. Bono Mrs. Sandra Bora Mr. k Mrs. Thomas E. Bostwick Mr. Bernard Boudreau Mr. Harry Boueikas Mr. tk Mrs. Charles E. Bowen Mr. 8: Mrs. M. Bowen Mrs. Edward Bowman Mr. Sc Mrs. George H. Boyd The Bratton Family Mr. Miss Anne F. Brennan '59 Mr. Kevin C. Brennan Mr. 8: Mrs. john Bresnahan Mr. Brickley Mrs. Ruth Brigham Mrs. David Brown Mr. Douglas Brown '43 Mrs. Hazel Olson Brown '46 Mrs. Richard j. Brown Mr. Thomas Brown Mr. john M. Browne Mrs. Louis Brucker Dr. james C. Brudno Mr. joseph Bruno Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy T. Bruton Miss Cynthia Bryer Mr. 8: Mrs. G. Buccini Mr. Giuliano Buccini Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard j. Buckley Miss Patricia Buckley '59 Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Buckley Mr. Bernard j. Burke Mr. David Burke '46 Mr. Gene Burke Mr. john Burke Mr. john j. Burke Mr. 8: Mrs. john Burke Mr. Walter F. Burke Mr. Daniel Burkett Mr. David Burnham Mrs. j. W. Burnham Mrs. Roger Burnham Mrs. Muriel Burnhauser '41 Mr. David j. Burns Mr. Thomas Burns Miss Grace Burrows Mrs. Alveta Byk Mr. Caferalla Mr. 8: Mrs. Cahill Mr. 8: Mrs. Gerald j. Cahill, Sr. Mr. 8: Mrs. james F. Cahill, Sr. Mr. 8: Mrs. j. B. Calarese Mr. Brian Callahan Miss Ellen Callahan Mr. W. R. Callahan Mr. 8: Mrs. William H. Callahan Mrs. M. N. Callihan Mr. Frank Cambria, jr. Mr. Allen Cameron '56 Mr. 8: Mrs. Dougald Cameron Miss Eleanor Cameron '59 Mrs. Helen Camia Mr. joseph Cammarata Mr. Colin j. Campbell '55 Mr. Fred Campbell Mr. 8: Mrs. Gerald Campbell Mr. 8: Mrs. William Campbell Mr. joseph Canavan Mr. john j. Carew Mrs. A. E. Carey Mrs. Frank Carey Mr. Dennis Carini Mr. Paul j. Carlin Mrs. Clarence Carlson Mrs. john Carlson Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph Carney Mr. 8: Mrs. Mic ael Carney 8: Family Mr. William R. Carney Atty. Paul S. Carosi Mrs. Charles F. Carroll Mr. Gene Carroll Miss Mary Carroll Mr. Carroll Mrs. Helen Eaton Carter '46 Miss Nancy Carter '58 Mrs. Casey Mr. Walter Casey Mr. joseph M. Cataldo '52 Mr. Vil iam Cataldo Capt. Robert N. Caulfield Miss Clare M. Cavanaugh Mrs. j. V. Cavanaugh Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph Cavanaugh Mr. Ronald Cavanaugh '58 Mr. Edward Cedrone Miss Patricia Chabot Mr. 8: Mrs. Roger Chambers Mr. Chalton Chandler Mr. David Chandler '58 Miss Nancy Chandler '58 Mrs. Robert G. Chandler Mrs. Priscilla Chartier Mr. Harold Chase Mr. 8: Mrs. Daniel Chisholm Mr. Roy Christensen Miss Bufii Christie Mr. 8: Mrs. james Church Mrs. Robert Chute Mr. Paul M. Clancey Mrs. Benjamin L. Clark Mrs. james Clark Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Clasby Mr. 8: Mrs. Clauss Mr. William A. Clay Mrs. William A. Clay Miss Pearl Ellen Clayman Mrs. Carolyn Clubb Mr. A. F. Clyde Mr. Ralph B. Cobb Mrs. Ralph B. Cobb Mrs. A. George Colarusso Mr. George Colarusso '52 Mrs. Leman Coleman Mr. Coletta Mr. Paul Coletta Mrs. Barbara Chisholm Collins '48 Mr. joseph Collins Miss Sue Collins The Collinses Mr. Edward Colman Mr. 8: Mrs. R. Colwell Miss Dianne Comi '59 Mr. P. E. Comi Mrs. Donald E. Conboy Mr. Edward P. Condon Mrs. Charles Conley Mr. Ed Connell Miss Patricia Connell Mr. joseph Connolly Mr. Robert M. Connolly Mr. Walter Connor Mr. Frank Connors Mrs. james A. Connors Miss Mary A. Conrad Mr. k Mrs. Austin F. Conway Mr. 8: Mrs. George Conway Mr. Gerald Cook Mrs. Raymond Cook Mrs. D. Cooper Miss Paula Dauphinee '59 Miss Priscilla Dauphinee Miss Virginia Dauphinee Mrs. V. H. Dauphinee Mrs. Bernard Davis Mr. Raymond H. Davis Mr. 8: Mrs. Wendell Davis 8: Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin F. Davidson Mr. jeff Davidson Miss joyce Davidson Miss Barbara A. Day '56 Mr. 8: Mrs. Isaac C. Day Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul R. Deane Mr. 8: Mrs. William H. Dearing Miss Ginger De Cristafaro '59 I Mr Mr Mr Mr . jerry De Gennaro '59 . 8: Mrs. C. S. Delaney . john F. Delaney . Salvatore De l.uca Dr. 8: Mrs. Harry Demmissanos Mrs. Robert Dennison Mr 8: Mrs. Edward A. Densmore Mr. Robert Densmore Mr. Albert Derian Mr Robert Deshler Mr. 8: Mrs. john Desmond Mr Roland De Vida Mrs. Richard Devlin Mrs. Carolyn Whittum De Velis '50 Mr. E. S. De Wolf Mrs. Louis De Young Mrs. Vera Di Carlo Mr. Henry Dillion Mr. A. W. Dingwell Mr Mr. Mr . 8: Mrs. Raymond Dinsmorc George Disnard . Francis Dodd '50 Mrs. George V. Doherty Mrs. H. G. Doherty Mrs. james Doherty Miss jean L. Doherty '57 Mr. Frank Dolphin Mr. john Donna '50 Mr. Bryan Donovan Mr. j. F. Donovan Mr . 8: Mrs. George F. Doring 8: Family Mr. Ralph Dougherty The Cooper Family Mrs. Ann Corbett Mrs. Corcoran Lucius P. Coriolanus Mrs. Thomas Dowd Miss Elaine Doyle Miss Phyllis Dryer Mrs. Fred Costello Mr. Thomas Cortigan Mr. Harold Coughlin Mr. 8: Mrs. M. A. Counsell Mr. Stanley R. Cramond Mrs. Frances Crawford Miss Peggy Crawford '58 Miss Mary Creedon Mrs. j. Norris Grossman Mr. T. Edmuml Crowley Mrs. Timothy Crowley Miss Phyllis Dryer '48 Mr. 8: Mrs. Arthur j. Driscoll Mr. Barry Driscoll Mr. Fred Duchemin Miss Elizabeth Dunlop Mr. ik Mrs. Maurice Dunn Mr. Paul Dunphv Mrs. Charles Durant Mrs. Hlilliam Fahey Mr. k Mrs. Faiella Miss Ethel Fallon '59 Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis X. Fallon Mr. F. C. Favorite Mrs. Walter F. Fawcett Miss Anne Feldman Mrs. George R. Fennell. jr. Mrs. William Ferrazzi Mr. k Mrs. Thomas Ferris Mrs. Alice M. Fiander '37 Mrs. Frank D. Field Mr. james Field. jr. '58 Miss Beverlv Finn Mrs. G. W. Finnell Mr. Albert C. Firnroke Mrs. Arthur Fisher Miss Carol Fisher '60 Mrs. Lilly Fisher Mrs. Marjorie Fisher Mr. k Mrs. Thomas A. Fisher Mr. Thomas Fisher Miss Donna Fitzgerald Mr. Eddie Fitzgerald Mr. john Fitzgerald Mr. Thomas C. Fitzgerald Mr. William Flanagan Miss Margaret Flavin Mrs. james Flynn Miss Margaret Flvnn Mrs. Mae H. Fogo Mr. Robert Fogo Miss Roberta Fogo Miss Ann Foley Miss Margaret Folev Mr. Thomas Folev Mr. Thomas Folev 'till Mr. k Mrs. Thomas M. Folev. 'Nl Mr. Gene Folger Miss Elilabeth Fontaine '56 Mrs. Emers G. Fontaine. Sr. Mr. l.eo Fontaine. Sr. Miss Peggv Fontaine '59 Mr. Chet Forhush 'W Mr. K Mrs. Maller R. Forliitsh Mrs. Formisano Mrs. john Forrest Mr. M'illima Forstot Miss l.ouise Forsvth Mr. William Fortnain Mr. H. Foster Mr. Fred Fove Mrs. Arthur Fox Miss l.. .X Francis Mr. Benjamin Franklin Miss .Xlnia Franzoni Mr, Donald W. Frazer Mr. Mrs. Fredrirkson Xiiss Fira Fredette Mr Eric lriel X Friend Cticchiara Robert Cuce Mr. Mr. j. . Miss Geraldine Cullen Miss Mary-Anne Cunningham Mr. Arthur Curran Mr. k Mrs. james C. Ctirran Mr. j. Curran Mr. Ralph Curran Mr. Thomas Curran Mrs. Frank Curreri Miss Mary Curreri Mrs. james Curtis Mrs. james Cushing Mrs. Cutter Mr. D Mr. Alexander Dallinee Miss Sandra R. Dahlgren '59 Mrs. Dalton Min Elizabeth M. Dalv Mrs. D'Anqelo ' Mr. Patil j. D'Angelo '59 Mrs. Patil D'Angelo Rev. R. Berwvn Daniel Mr. k Mrs. Mimmo D'Arrangelo Mr. Ernest D'Arriqo Min Diane Dauphinee '60 Mrs. M'ilIiam A. Dunbar Dusty Min Diane Duval Mrs. Anna Mae Eachern Mr. Bert Eckhlom Eddie Mr. George Eddv. jr Mr. George Eddv. Sr. Miss Marv Lou Eddv '30 Mrs. Agnes Edwards Miss Anna Elia Mr. Alfred I. Elkille Mr. M'illiam S Ellsworth Mrs. l.ouis Enders Mr. G. F. Enemaik Mr. il: Mrs. Frank Engle Miss Ahhit' Fttliis Mr. B. QI. Ennis. Sr. Mrs. Gertrude Ennis Miss I.illian F. Ennis Mr. Guv Entwivtlr Mrs. Muriel Studlev Erickson '47 Mr. k Mn. Patil Erler Mr. james A. Erwin Mrs. E. Evans Mr. Ravmond Evans Mr. Philip Fahririo Min Patricia Fahertv Mr. Richard Fahertv Mr. Simon P. Fahertv Mr R Mrs. Howard M Frost Mrs. Ethel Furness Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr K Qallagher. Ir. '47 Mr. Mr Mr Mr. Mr Everett 8. lurness. jr Gadhois George Gale E. j. Gallagher tk Mrs. Harold George Gallivan john I. Galvin. jr Millard I Ganlcr joseph F. Gantt-rt Mrs fvfflfff' K-arilnrr Mr Richard Gaultier Mr R. I .Gardrnirr Mr K Mrs Chandler K tvarlavnl Mr Malrolmf Garland tv' Mrs. joseph If Garland Mr Angelo Garofalo Mr. David Garran Mrs George M t,an,an Mr Mr james Gartland lhnmas barn v Mrs Gatrtv Mr leo Gaul Mr. jack Gran Xln jamrsj hnltlr: Mr Mr Ronald N t.rvl-lrs K Mrs XSa1irr.X I-fill a Mr. K Mrs. Frank XV. Gery Mr. Gerald Richard Gheradi Mrs. Charles Giachetti Mr. Paul j. Giallatngo Miss Donna Gibson '59 Mr. Leon Gibson Mr. tb Mrs. Paul A. Gifford Mr. K Mrs. john Gilfeather Mrs. M'illiam Gilfeather Mr. Peter Gill Mrs. john Gilligan Miss Betty Gilmartin Miss janet Gilmartin '54 Miss Edy Gladwin '59 Mr. M'illiam Glynn Mrs. Charles Golden Miss Mary C. Golden Dr. Saul Goldstein Miss Mary Golemis '59 Mr. A. j. Goodie Mr. Kent Goodnow Mrs. janet Bauer Goodwin '48 Miss Louise Goodwin Miss Lillian Gormley Mr. Patil Gossard Mr. Louis I.. Gosselin Mrs. Francis Gould Mr. tk Mrs. Gregory Goulski Mr. Alfred Gnospelius Mrs. Dorothy Cowley Hemingway Mrs. june Hendry Mrs. Vincent B. Henna Mrs. Thomas Hennelly Mr. Charles R. Herbert Mr. john F. Herlihy, jr. Mr. W. G. Hersey Mr. Robert Hester Mrs. Albert j. Hickey Mrs. Gloria Hickey Mr. james Hickey Mrs. janet Rich Hickey '51 Mrs. George Higgins Mrs. Robert Higgins Mr. Wilbur Higgins Rev. Ralph Hobson Mr. George Hodges Mr. Harold H. Hodges Mrs. Ethel Hoel Mrs. Hogan Mrs. Robert Hogan Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl j. Hohmann Mr. Paul j. Hohmann Mr. Herbert Holden Mr. 8: Mrs. Horatio Holland Mr. Walker Hollva Mr. 8: Mrs. Holmberg Mr. Cary Holmes '59 Mrs. Carl Gnospelius Mrs. john Grady .C. E. Graf Mr. Mr Mr Mr Irving Grant . X Mrs. james P. Grant . kk Mrs. john Gray Mi. Arthur j. Greene Miss Susan Greenfield Mrs. Frederick Greenlaw Mrs. Sydney' Greer Mr. Francis A. Greland '59 Mr. K Mrs. Thomas Gritnshaw Mr. F. Grippi Mr. Kenneth Grippi Mr. john j. Grogan Miss Virginia Gross Mr. ik Mrs. Carl A. Guerra Mr. Thomas Guest The Guilfoy Family Mr. j. F. Gundel Miss Sue Haff '57 Miss Barbara Hall Miss Grace A. Hall Mr. Walter Hall Mrs. M'alter Hall Mr. Walter B. Hall Mr. K Mrs. Hallberg Mrs. Mary Hallenstein Mr. XV. A. Halliden Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton Mr. 8: Mrs. Gilbert T. Hamilton Miss janet Ann Hamilton '61 Mr. Francis M. Hanley Mr. Thomas Hanrahan Mrs. A. Hansen Mr. Earling Hanson Mrs. jane jackson Hanson '53 Mr. Howard M. Harding Mr. H. M. Harding, Sr. Mr. it Mrs. Kenneth Harding Mr. Harold I.. Hardy Mrs. Roland M. Harmon Mrs. Ruth Harrigan Mrs. Vincent Harrington Mr. Mr. tk Mrs. Carl Holton tk Mrs. Hooley Mrs. Florence McLean Hopkins Mrs. john L. Horgan Miss Louise Horton Mrs. R. M. Horton Miss Barbara Lee Houston Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. tk Mrs. john Houston tk Mrs. Ralph WV. E. Howe john S. Huber, jr. 8: Mrs. john S. Huber Mr. james Hulstrom Mrs. Benoit Hurlburt Mr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt Dennis Hurley Mrs. Harold Hurley Mr. Mr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman P. Hurley George Hut A. B. Hutt Mrs. Ray Hynes Mrs. Clementine Iacomini Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis M. Iacomini Mr. Mr. Mr. r joe Ilacqua 8: Mrs. Ronald jack William C. jackson Bill acobi 59 M.. y j ' Miss Claire jacobson '58 Mr. k Mrs. Charles jaeger Mrs. Arthur jaehnig Mrs. Mary jagger Mr. Mr. S: Mrs. S. A. jagger George A. jakub Miss joyce F. jenkins Miss Virginia jenkins Mr. jerry jernegan Mrs. Ivar johanson Mr. Mr. Richard johns Dana johnsen Mrs. Norman johnsen M r . . . j Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl johnson, Sr. Mr. Mr. Mr. 0 Norman oh nsen E. P. johnson Henry johnson johnson lk Mrs. Heiland Mrs. Charles Harris Mr. james F. Hart Mr. Richard Hart Mr. YV. Haskins Miss Christia Hay Mrs. Samuel Hay Miss Dorothy Hayward Mr. ik Mrs. Harold Hayward Mr . Robert Hayward i Mr. Rubiarft Hayartt Mr. Donald Hazen Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr . K Mrs. Alan Heath . M'arren T. Hedin . William Heffernan . joseph Heft . Donald Height Mr. The Helgeson Family Mr. David W. Hemingway Mr. ik Mrs. W. johnson Miss Betty jones Mrs. jessie jones Mrs. joseph joy Miss janell judice Mrs. P. I. judice Mr. Edward junkins Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward junkins Mr. Sydney Kalish Miss Mary Kearney Mr. Frank Keddy Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Keenan Mrs. Barbara Watson Keenan '54 Mr. 8: Mrs. john Kelley Mrs. E. M. Kelley Miss Pat Kelley Miss Sheila Kelley Mr. Tom Kelly II2 Miss Susan Kelly '59 Mr. 8: Mrs. W. A. Kelly Miss Beatrice Kennedy Mrs. john A. Kennerley Miss Betty Kerwen Mr. Harold Kestle Mrs. Audrey Crawford Kewgh Miss Evelyn Kierman Mr. 8: Mrs. David Kimmel Miss jacqueline Kimmel Mr. john P. Kimmett Mrs. Francis Kinsherf Mr. joseph Kirkbroe Mrs. joseph Klier Mr. M. Kliman Mr. ik Mrs. Richard A. Knowles Mr. lk Mrs. Carl Koch Mr. Richard j. Koch Mr. Richard Koch Mr. Robert Koehane Mr. George Korey Q.H.S. Mr. Stanley Kovalski Mr. Alfred Krisiukanus Mr. Mike Kupperman Mr. k Mrs. George j. Kutz Miss Andrea R. Kundsin '56 Mr. john Kurzant The Labuzoski Family Mr. Edward Lacey Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Lacey Mr. ik Mrs. Arvid H. Lagh Mr. Paul LaHive Miss Nancey jean Laing Mr. Earl Laitinen Mr. Edward C. Lake Mr. Edwin Lambert '58 Mr. ik Mrs. Alfred Lambiase Miss josephine Lambiase Miss Mary jane Lambiase Mrs. Philip Landerholm Mr. Andrew S. Lane Mrs. Edward j. Lane Mr. lk Mrs. john Lanergan Mr. 8: Mrs. Wilson Lang Miss Diane Langille Mrs. Mary D. Langille '34 Miss Mary Lou Langille '59 Mr. Earl Lantery Miss Lorraine Lanza '59 Mr. Edward Largey Mrs. john P. Largey, Sr. Mrs. George W. Larkin Miss janice Larkin '58 Miss Louise Larkin '58 Mr. k Mrs. Vincent E. Larkin Mrs. Claire A. Larracey Mrs. Larsen Mr. j. Henry Larson Mrs. Richard Lavery Mr. Arthur F. Law Mrs. Richard Lawler Mrs. john E. Lawless Mrs. Barbara Kilpatrick Lawson Capt. 8: Mrs. C. E. Lawson Miss Rita Leahy Miss josephine Leavens Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert E. Leavens Mr. Robert Thomas Leavens Mrs. Burton Leavitt Miss josephine LeBlanc Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert LeBlanc Mr. Al LeBrecque Mr. Arthur LeBrecque Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul LeBrecque Mrs. Mary Leith Mr. Gerry Lemaise Mrs. Edward Leone Miss Edwina Leone Mrs. Eva Lepas Mrs. Clarence Lewis Mrs. G. Lewis Mr. William I. Lewis Mr. Fred Lindbom Miss joyce M. Lindbom '56 Mr. Frank D. Lindahl Mrs. james B. Lindholm Mr. Tom Lindsay '59 Mrs. Thomas Lindsay, jr. Mrs. Charles Linnehan Miss joanna Little '59 Mr. William Ljematel Mrs. Elenda j. Lipsitz Mr. Saul Lipsitz Mrs. Edith Lister Mr. 8: Mrs. Angelo LoCicero Mr. George C. Loftus Miss Diane Lomasney '59 Miss Virginia C. Lomasney Mr. Donald Lombard '62 Mrs. Leavitt Lombard Mr. A. Long Mr. George Lowe Miss Grace Luidberg Mr. Fred Lutfy Mr. Burton Lutz Mr. W. j. Lyler Mr. Henry Lynch Mr. Walter A. Lynds Mr. Robert Lyon Miss Margaret M. Lyons Mr. Daniel j. Lyons Miss Virginia MacArthur '58 Mr. Dwight B. MacCormack, jr. Mr. 8: Mrs. A. R. MacDonald Mr. john E. MacDonald Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard R. MacDougall Mr. Douglas MacGillvray '54 Mr. 8: Mrs. MacGillivray Mrs. Beulah Macomber MacKay Mrs. john MacKenzie Mrs. Edith Mackiernan Mr. Harold Mackiernan Miss Dorothy E. MacLean Mrs. Norma MacLean Mrs. Alan MacLeod Mrs. james M. MacLeod Mr. Robert MacNeil Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald MacPherson Miss Rachel MacTear Mr. joseph T. Madden Mrs. j. T. Madden Mr. William F. Mahan Mr. Alfred E. Maher Mrs. john Mahoney Mrs. Mahoney Mr. William L. Mahoney Mr. Dave Maletta Mrs. Alice Malley Mr. 8: Mrs. john Malmgren Mr. jack Maloney Mr. 8: Mrs. james G. Maloof Dr. Edward S. Mann Mr. Edward E. Mann Miss Loretta Manning Mrs. Manning Mr. john F. Mannix Mr. 8: Mrs. john E. Marcou Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph D. Marini Miss Carolyn Marks Mrs. Leonard Marsden Mr. 8: Mrs. L. j. Marshall Mrs. Blanche Martin Mrs. C. Martin Miss jean Martin Mr. j. H. Martin Mr. Thomas Martin Miss Bernice Martineau Mr. 8: Mrs. George Martineau Miss Ida R. Martineau Mr. Raymond Martucci Mr. Douglas Mason Mr. 8: Mrs. Mason Mr. Tony Mastrato Mrs. Louise Masury Mr. Eddie Matheson Mrs. Walter Mathews Mr. V. Mathison Mrs. Helen Matton Mrs. john A. Mattson Miss Ruth Mattson Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas j. Maw Mr. 8: Mrs. F. H. Mayne Mr. Edmund j. McAdam, Sr. Mrs. H. E. McAlduff Mrs. Margaret McAleer Mr. james McArdell Mr. 8: Mrs. john F. McArdell Mr. Dennis McAuliffe Mrs. B. Edward McCabe Mr. Charles McCabe Mr. George V. McCarron Mrs. Louis McCarron Mr. Michael McCarron Mr. Cyril L. McCarthy Mrs. Walter McCarthy Mr. Albert McCarty Mr. j. Donald McClean Mr. Charles McConaghy Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert McConaghy Mr.-8: Mrs. james F. McCormack, jr. Mr. 8: Mrs. William McCrcady Mr. Robert McCuin '55 Miss Mary C. McDonald Mrs. William McEachern Mr. McE1aney Miss jean McFarlond Mr. David McGee Mr. joseph McGillicuddy Mr. Peter McGonagle Mr. Elgin McGoo Mrs. Alice McGovern Mr. Raymond L. McGrane Mrs. Thomas McGrath The McGrath Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter T. McGrath Mrs. Evelyn Winlock McGregor '34 Mr. Paul McGuiggan Mr. 8: Mrs. Henry j. McGuirk Mr. james R. McHoul Mr. Allen Mclntire Mrs. james j. Mclntyre Mrs. W. Mclntyre Mrs. jean Hunter McKenny Miss Margaret McKenzie Mr. Arthur G. McLean Mr. 8: Mrs. David H. McLean Mrs. Bertha N. McLeod Mrs. john McMahon Mrs. Thomas McMahon Mr. Francis McMillen Mrs. Margaret McNealy Miss Mary E. McNeice Mr. john j. McNiff Mr. Raymond McPeclt Mr. Daniel j. McPhee, jr. Mrs. McPhee The McSorley Family Mr. Kenneth McTear Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Medley Mr. james Medley Mrs. G. Melanson Mrs. Mary Mercurrio Mr. Paul Merrill Miss Velma Merrill Mr. William Merrill Miss Barbara Metcalf Mr. H. L. Mettler Miss Carol Meyer '58 Mr. 8: Mrs. Lawrence Meyer Mr. Samuel Meyer Mr. 8: Mrs. David E. Mildram Mrs. Miriam Milgate Mr. C. H. Miller Mr. Richard L. Miller. jr. '5l Mr. Roland Mills Miss Barbara j. Minden Mr. Francis Minden Mr. 8: Mrs. john Mini Mr. 8: Mrs. john W. Mitchell Mr. Luigi Moccaldi Mr. Richard D. Mogel Mr. joseph Molloy Mrs. joseph Molloy Miss Mary Molloy Mr. Robert Molloy Mr. Thomas Molloy Mr. john Monahan Mr. 8: Mrs. Edmund C. Monti Mr. George Moody Mr. james B. Moody Mr. rederic A. Mooney. jr. Mr. james L. Mooney Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard C. Moore Mrs. William Moran Rev. john E. Morgan Mr. I: Mrs. Richard Morgan Mrs. Ruby Morrell Mr. Charles F. Morris Mr. joseph O. Morris Miss Est er Morrison Mr. k Mrs. Arthur Morrissey Mr. Dennis Morrissey '46 Miss Donna Morrissey Mr. john j. Morrissey Mrs. Mary Luce Morrissey '47 Mrs. Phyllis Morrissey Mr. Tom Morrissey '58 Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Morrissey Mrs. George P. Morse Mr. Gordon Morse Mr. john A. Morton Mr. Robert Morton Mr. Henry Mountford Mr. Steve Moynihan . john Muldowney ss Mary Mulhearn '57 Mr. Thomas Mulhearn Miss Eileen Mullen Miss Merideth Mullen Mrs. Francis Mullin Mrs. Anne Mulroy Miss Paula Mulroy Mr. k Mrs. Thomas Mulroy Mr. 8: Mrs. Gordon A. Mundie Mr. William Munroe Mr. Charles Murphy Mrs. C. P. Murphy Mrs. joseph Murphy Mr. Kenneth Murphy Mr. Richard Murphy Mr. Robert Murphy Mr. E. Murrell Mr. Clarence Muse Mr. R. L. Mycue Mrs. Namranam Mr. 8: Mrs. Harold B. Neal, jr. Mrs. Thomas F. Nee Mr. Arthur W. Nelson Mr. 8: Mrs. Gordon F. Nelson Mrs. j. Nelson Miss Patricia Nelson Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert K. Nelson Mrs. Robert W. Nelson Mrs. Alfred Nervi Miss Nita Nervi Mr. Gregory Nestor Miss Bridie A. Neville Miss Emily Neville Miss Mary Neville Mrs. Timothy Neville Mrs. Paula Nelson Newell '58 Mr. jack Nicholson '58 Miss jane Nicholson Mr. Paul Nicholson Mrs. Louella Nims Miss Barbara Noel '59 Mrs. William Nolan Mrs. C. Noonan Mrs. Francis Noone Mr. Victor Nordstrom Mrs. Ann Norton Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph Nowell Mr. George Oag Mrs. George Oag Miss Helen Oakes '6l Mrs. john Oakes Mr. Arthur Oberg Mr. Henry Oberg Miss josephine Oberg '58 Mr. Horace O'Brion Mr. jim O'Brion '59 Mr. It Mrs. Edward O'Connell Mrs. O'Connell Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert O'DonneIl Mrs. A. H. Ogilvie Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis X. O'Hare Mr. William Ohrenberger Mrs. Mary O'Keefe Miss Sheila O'Keefe '58 Mrs. Berndt Olson Mr. F. Olson Mr. Myles O'Malley Mr. Edward j. O'Neill. jr. Miss Theresa O'Neil Mr. Paul M. O'Shea Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Ougoorlian Mrs. George Packard Mrs. Marjorie Page Mr. Howard Paige Mr. 8: Mrs. james Painten Mr. Paul Painten Mis Helen A. Pallrev Mrs. Warren Papker Mrs. joseph Paris Mr. 8: Mrs. john C. Paronich Mr Mi Mr. Bill Parros Mr. Russell F. Parson Mr. T. A. Parson Mr. Gary Patenaude Mrs. Paulson Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Paulson Mr. Ernest H. Payne Mrs. L. E. Payne Mr. H. W. Pearson Mr. Cliliord Pennington Miss Kathy Pennington Mr. Norman Perkins Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph B. Perley Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph R. Perley Miss judith G. Perley Mrs. Edward Perry Mr. Roy Perry Mr. 8: Mrs. Wentworth R. Perry Mrs. W. Perry Miss Bertha N. Petkon Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Petreikis Mrs. Edward Petrosius Mrs. Belforte Petrucci Mrs. A. j. Phelan Miss judith Ann Phelps '59 Mr. Alton Phillips Mr. Alton Phillips Mr. William Phinney Mr. k Mrs. A. Pieciul Miss Minna Pietkewicz Mr. joseph L. Pikor Mr. Lockhart j. Pingree '59 Mr. Howard Pinkham . G. A. Pinkus ss Irene Pitts Mr. joseph Pitts '59 Mrs. Pizzi Mr. Robert Plaisted Mrs. lValter Pleadwell Miss Sally A. Poch Mr. 8: Mrs. Theodore H. Poch Mr. Theodore H. Poch, jr. Mr. 8: Mrs. D. C. Polvere Mr. Paul Pomes Mr. Richard Poole '62 Mrs. M. V. Porter Miss Louise Poule Mrs. Dorothy Randolph Poutree '34 Mr. Douglas Poutree '59 Mrs. Theodore E. Poutree Mr. Theodore R. Poutree Mr. Paul Price Mrs. E. M. Prindle Mr. joseph j. Pronack Miss Marie Prizzio Mr. k Mrs. Frank j. Publicoser Miss Marie Putnam Mrs. Edward Psne Mrs. Anna Quaglia Mr. 8: Mrs. j. Quinn Mrs. john j. Quinn Mr. Ye Mrs. j. P. Quinn Mrs. S. j. Quinn Mr. Robert Quintiliani '37 Mrs. j. H. Randall Miss Linda Rawson '57 Mrs. Milton Rai Mr. W. I. Readon Min jean E. Reads 'SR The A. K. Redcar Family Mrs. Vincent Redman Miss Ann Regan '39 Mr. R Mrs Cornelius Regan Mr. john Reid Mr. R Mrs. john Duncan Reid Miss joan Reil Min Ann Renietti Mr larry Rem-rtti Mr. William Resnolds Mr. Tony Ricci Miss Margaret Rich Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Richards K Family Miss Majorie Richards Mrs. Philip Richards Mr. William Richards Miss Margaret Richardson Mis Eu-lm Rikernan Mr. john F. Riles Mr. 8: Mrs. Edmund Rious '37 Mr Mi Mr. Chandler Robbins Mr. 8: Mrs. Chandler Robbins. Sr. Mr. Harry Robbins Mr. 8: Mrs. Roberts Mr. Murray E. Roberts Mrs. Polly A. Roberts Mrs. Hannah Robertson Mr. Stanley Robertson '43 Mrs. Harold Robicheau Mr. F. R. Roche Mr. Herbert l'. Rogalski '59 Mr. Clifton M. Rogers '38 Mr. Gordy Rollins Miss Helen Rollins Mrs. Lorraine Rooney '48 Mr. M'illiam E. Roonex Mr. M'alter Rose Mr. Don Ross Mr. Harold W. Ross Miss Marcia Ross Mrs. Ross Mr. Charles F. Rothera Mr. Frances T. Rouillard Miss Ethel Rowlex Mr. Alan Rudkin '62 Mrs. Stanley P. Rupert Mrs. Bernard Russell Mr. james Russell Mrs. james Russell Miss janet Russell '59 Mr. All Rutan Mr. Mrs. Huntington Rutan Mr. Russell Ryan Mrs. Marciano Sacco Miss Nina Sacco Mrs. Elizabeth Sadlier Mrs. Ruth Sadlier Mr. W. E. Sadlier Mr. Mrs. Sakolme Mrs. Donald Salenius Mrs. Albert Samuelian Miss Dorothy Sanborn Miss Rhoda Sandberg Mr. Arthur Sangster Mr. Charles Sontoro Mr. john Sarruda Mr. Donald D. Sass Mrs. G. C. Saunders Miss Laurie Sara Mr. Benjamin C. Sawin Mrs. Chester Sawser Mr. john j. Scanlon Mrs. joseph Scanlon Mrs. Mina Scanlon Miss Lisa jo Schatll Mrs. Emmanuel Schemhati Mrs. Eva Schroeder Mr. Samuel Schult: Mrs. joseph Schurga Mr. tk Mrs. Carl R. Seaberg Mr. Fred H. Seaberg Mm janet Seaberg 'Stl Mrs. Eveltn Seller Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Cuido Serafinelli A. Serighelli Edward P. Settino. Sr CC Sen-ell Edward F Shannon Fred I Shannon Miss Madeline F Shannon Mr. Philip j, Shannon Mr Maurice I. Shauller Miss Muriel Shau- Mr Nathan A Shan Mr Fd Shea Mr Henrs Shea M M'illiam j Shea r Miss Anne M. Sheehan Mr. Charles Sheehan Mrs Harel Sheehan Mr. john Sheehan Miss Marte Sheehan Mt. K Mrs Thomas Sherbali Mr It Mrs j F Shermrtv Mr Claxton Sheppard Shens Mt. I-nrdnn A Sheri- to Miss Barbara Sho-rnrr Mrs. Benjamin Shulmao Mr Stephen F' Stlra 3'- Mr. htlivartl E. Simpson Xlr. Simon Sirois Skip Mr. Slater Mrs. Allan B. Sly Miss Dorothy Smith Mr. K Mrs. G. C. Smith Mr. George C. Smith. jr. '40 Mr. joe Smith Mr. Matthew Smith Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph Smith Mr. Raymond Smith Mr. Norman V. Smoot Mrs. Charles B. Snyder Miss Sally Spadorcia Mr. Edgar W. Spargo Mrs. j. Carlton Spear Mr. Edward Speirs Mrs. Walter Spence Mr. ik Mrs. William T. Spencer Mr. james Spillane Mr. Bill Spooner Mr. Robert j. Spooner Mrs. Charles A. Sprague Mr. Harvey D. Sprague Dr. 8: Mrs. W. E. Staples Mr. Michael Stempliski Mrs. Frederic Sterritt Mr. james Stevens Mr. tk Mrs. Donald Stevenson Mrs. Mary Stevenson Mr. Robert L. Stevenson '54 Miss judy C. Stimberis '59 Karl K Kris Stober Mr. Robert Stoddard Mr. George Stokinger Mr. Anthony Stracuzzi Mr. Donald E. Stroberg Mr. Bob Strout '59 Miss Mavis Studley '46 Miss joan Sullivan Mr. 8: Mrs. john V. Sullivan Mr. Kenneth Sullivan Miss Patricia A. Sullivan Mr. Raymond D. Sullivan Miss Sheila Sullivan Mr. Howard C. Sully Mr. EQ Mrs. Alexander Superak Miss Norma jean Superak Mr. Leo Supple '58 Mr. 8: Mrs. Leonard Suttill Dr. Eugene Suzedell Miss Lois Sweenie Mr. 8: Mrs. john j. Sweeny Mr. Walter Sweeny Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Sweetman Mrs. Alice Swirbalus Mr. Edward Swirbalus Miss Emma T. Swirbalus Mr. Claudio Taddeo Miss Alice Tarrant Mr. Larry Tasney Mrs. Helen Tasselari Mr. George Taylor Mr. 8: Mrs. Taylor Mr. john Teed Mr. 8: Mrs. YVarren F. Thain Mr. Herbert C. Thomas, jr. Miss Lorraine Thomas '60 Mrs. jule Thomson Mr. jerry Thornell Mr. Edward Thorpe Mr. George Tibbetts '59 Mr. 8: Mrs. L. Tiberi Mrs. YV. W. Toczko Mrs. Carl Todaro Mr. George Tolstrup Mrs. Howe Toohey Mr. Gerald Toomey Miss Marion Toomey Mr. Richard G. Topham Mrs. E. F. Trainer Mr. Charles j. Trainor Miss Mary-Ellen Trainor Mr. james L. Travers Miss Mary Travers Mr. john H. Trefry, jr. Miss Virginia Tsinzo Mr. Paul L. Tupper Mr. Robert F. Tweedy Mrs. Urbashak Mr. Henry B. Uthoff Mr. 8: Mrs. Dana S. Valencia Miss Katherine C. Vallas Mr. William Vancura Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Varni Mr. Vincent Varvaro Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard E. Vaughn Miss Linda M. Viator '58 Miss Priscilla j. Viator '60 Mr. William H. Viator Mrs. William H. Viator Mr. Ernest Vitarrus Mr. Daniel P. Vodola Mrs. Fred Wadsworth Mr. George W. Wagner '48 Mrs. Walbridge Mr. james C. Walsh Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph F. Walsh, jr. Miss Mary Anne Walsh Mrs. WValsh ' Mr. Robert Walsh Mr. Arthur Ward Mr. Fran Ward '58 Mrs. Francis E. Ward Mr. Harry Warner Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas F. Warner Mr. 8: Mrs. William I. Warner Mrs. Mary Waterman Mrs. Barbara I. Watson Mrs. Watson Mrs. Robert Weafer Mr. Byron Weber Miss Weisman Miss Caroline Welch Mr. Charles Welch Mrs. Edward Yvelch Mr. john F. Welch Miss Marguerite Welch Mr. 8: Mrs. T. F. YVelch Mr. Henry j. Welsh Mrs. Paul Wells Mr. Norman A. Wennberg Mrs. Frank F. Wentworth Mr. john H. Westerbeke, jr. Mr. Walter Whippen Mr. Arthur j. White Miss joanne White Mrs. john White Miss Nancy White Mr. Nelson White Mrs. C. A. Whitehead Mr. Robert A. Whiting Mr. George H. Whittum Ray and Phyllis Whittum Mr. Gordon Wickland Mrs. Roberta Wiggins '44 Mr. Thomas F. Wiggin Mrs. H. Wiley Mrs. T. L. Wilk Mr. Robert Wilkins Mr. Richard Wilkinson Dr. 8: Mrs. james Will Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank j. Williams Mrs. Helen Williams Mr. john Williams Miss Loretta Williams '59 Mrs. Ralph Williams Miss Sheila Williams '43 Mr. Carl Willner Mr. Ronald Willner '58 Mr. Donald Willy Mr. 8: Mrs. Gregory M. Wilson Mr. john Wipfler Mr. john F. Wipfler Mrs. joan Wood '54 Mr. Harry M. Woodhouse Miss Caryl Worth Miss Pat Worth Mr. Bernard E. Wright Mrs. Bill Wright Mr. 8: Mrs. F. T. Wright Miss jane K. Wright '59 Mr. 8: Mrs. Wesley W. Wright Mr. Willard Wright Mr. james Wye Mr. Edward Wyldes Miss Carol Wynot '56 Mr. Arthur Yacobian Mrs. j. Yates Miss Sandy Yates Mr. Horace Young Mr. john R. Young Mr. 8: Mrs. L. Young Miss Youngerman Mr. 8: Mrs. john F. Youngworth, jr. Mrs. Youngworth Mrs. T. Zambernadi Mr. 8: Mrs. Otto A. Zavatone Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter Zoia Mr. 8: Mrs. joseph Zona Mr. Leo Zona Mrs. Esthern Zottoli Mr. Walter Zukauskas Mr. Leo Zschau A Record to bg Proud of Oflicial jeweler for all Classes Murchison Division 27 School Street Compliments of FRANK A. FCJWLER "THE CLASS RING MAN" Class Rings, Medals and Trophies Specialists in Prom Favors 1946-l 961 Boston 8, Mass. Eastern Division Richman 2-0161 HERFF-jONES CO. II NCRTH WALKS ON HARRY'S SHCJES- HARRY'S SHOES 40 Billings Rd. Norfolk Downs PResident 3-2280 Sewing North for Over Twenty-Five Years Formal Wear for Hire f Prom Specizzlisls 7H17f171ff rt. J DONAHER'S Style Center for Nlen Sinee llllfl Newest Dinner jackets YVhiles, Pastels, Plaids I Snmrlesl Cummerlmmle X' lies XX'icle :XSSUYIIIICIIIS -XII .Xi'1L'SNUlll'N Sli mx,5l1llIS.QlL'wellN. l"Ii l'il1Il'l .n l'f llw Umm X ill V 1 s GRgmile ' H0 hom Inlm ll.m wkl X 4 Il Congrafulafions fo fhe 26fh Graduafing Class NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION "Most Active High School Alumni Association in Massachusetts" Charles F. Murphy President Betty XYaldron Secretary Lois Bryan Vice President jean Kemno Treasurer NORTH QUINCY MERCHANTS ATLANTIC METHODIST CHURCH 62 East Squantum St. Rev. lN'illis Miller BOSTON GEAR WORKS I4 Hayward St. PResident 3-0400 BYRNES 8. BELLOTTI 350 Hancock St. GRanite 9-7770 CHASE 81 SONS INC. 26 Spruce St. PResident l 00 DERRINGER'S FLORIST 389 Hancock St. PResident 3-0959 116 M. DeMATTEO CONSTRUCTION CO. 200 Hancock St. PResident 3-8840 A. W. DINGWELL-REAL ESTATE-NOTARY PUBLIC 6 Royal St. GRanite 9-5100 FASHION QUALITY CLEANERS 66 Billings Rd. GRanite 2-4249 ALFRED A. KEITH CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I5 lVest Squantum St. PResident 3-7577 LENDEE'S RECORD 8. CAMERA SHOP 44 Billings Rd. GRanite 9-4868 MASS. ENGINEERING CO. INC. I5 Fayette St. PRcsiclent fi-7777 MIDWAY 285 Ilziiicock St. GRzinitc 9-9292 NORFOLK TELEVISION SERVICE I5-I Exist Squantuin St. LIRZIIIIIL' 2-9985 PARKWAY SUNOCO SERVICE 325 IIZIIICUCIL St. GR:mitc 2-9361 PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP. LTD. 65 Nvwpnrt Avv. I'RCSicl1'l1I 3-45900 QUINCY SAVINGS BANK 3471 II.lm'1xiI4 St. GR:initc 2-H025-m.iin nlluc II Modern Art Sign Co. 6 Hayward St. Montclair Barber Shop 121 Montclair Ave. Morley, 8. Co. Radio 8. T.V. 58 Billings Rd. Morse's Auto ,Radiator Shop 179 West Squantum St. Murphy's 385 Hancock St. Murray's Service Station 260 Hancock St. Norfolk Downs Bowling Alleys 421 Hancock St. Norfolk Flower Shop 287 Hancock St. Norfolk Furniture Co. 67 Billings Rd. North Quincy Co-op Bank 440 Hancock St. North Quincy Drug Inc. 407 Hancock St. North Quincy Garage Co. 131-133 Hancock St. Steve's Fish 8. Chips Shop 69 Billings Rd. Ted 8. Jim's Barber Shop 16 Billings Rd. A. R. Turner Hardware 471 Hancock St. Victoria Restaurant 425 Hancock St. Sagamore Grille 78 Sagamore St. J. J. Smyth Inc. 66 Newbury Ave. Whelan 8. Co. 94-98 Sagamore St. Best Wishes from Joseph Brett ATLANTIC MONTCLAIR I20 George's Market 184 WVest Squantum St. Montclair Men's Club Montclair Service Station 224 West Squantum St. SQUANTUM Snyder's Variety Store 735 East Squantum St. Squantum Gulf Service 751 East Squantum St. Stan's Service Station 771 East Squantum St. WCLLASTCN MERCHANTS BEACON CLEANERS 624 Hancock St. PResident 3-7400 DEE DEE'S RESTAURANT 7l Beale St. GRanite 2-9373 DEWARE BROS. 576 Hancock St. GRanite 2-1137 JSE i'1'?8'i13 WOLLASTON FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK I5 Beach St. PResident 3-0750 QUINCY SQUARE MERCHANTS 'Ill llfl il 1. 6Y8'ashingunSt. Gllanirr 2-1414 ll Hill I I., 1. 1357H1nnnckSL GRmilr2-3000 S IIIIIY Sill 1246 Hancock SL Gllanixc 2-8837 llbillllll MzynrafQuinq TPS IIQH' 1177 HznmriSt. Pllesidun 3-1234 W. I. Zlll' I. 152 Pzlkingwzy Gllanite 2-6547 ll Sl 1639 Hznmck St. Pllcsidcnt 3-7213 Cl aw: 5 mph SL Gllzniu: 2-3656 Gif Y.l.C.l. 79ComklingmnSt. GRznitc9-85ml "S 3 Qi l5l7HznmckSt. PRcsidal3-ill! Ash.. H , -- V.-21.-.TQ7 HANS G. ROUSAYNE-WATCHMAKER 69 Parkingway GRanite 9-7990 ROY'S FLOWERS 94 Washington St. GRanite 2-1900 SEARS ROEBUCK 81 CO. 1591 Hancock St. GRanite 9-6000 SHERIDAN'S INC. 1495 Hancock St. GRanite 9-1400 SlD'S TUXEDO SHOP 17 Quincy Ave. GRanite 2-6510 TOPS-All. DAIRY 407 Sea St. GR:-mite 2-9304 WESTlAND'S SPORTING GOODS CO ll Revere Rd. PResident 3-1 133 Charles lean Music Ca. 1576 Hancock St. Capital Super Market 1508 Hancock St. Claus Gelafte Inc. 1387 Hancock St. Dependable Cleansers 27 Adams St. Dew1l's 1222 Hancock St. oUfY'l Restaurant 6 Maple St. lag A. E. Stoke Go. 1419HanoockSx. I-ii hos. hc. i'90X't'ashingranSL .luscfs Iseli Sap 151-4HanoockSL lly'sArlylLvyShfe 3 Granite SL Kiifs 1609 Hancock SL isis 1 535 Hancock SL Fu'leel'usBaa5ap 4 Maple SL I'-My PU? 1509 Hancock SL Pfesiuledk 1El6PI2.I1k1iDSL. iq FU Sap 1249 Hancock SL iq Fu'iluve Co. 1604 Hancock SL iq Idsf CA., hc. S5 Ave. iq it Co. 20 Cottage Ave. is 1187 Hancock SL lose Cheri 124161-IancockSL l.oxie's 479 Southern 7 'Ps S27 Southern Sheds Service G18 EW? Hancock SL Serrfs lestxi hr.. 579 Souzhern Ana? 'lie Scrub-Wil Go. 1590 Hancock SL Sweeney Funeral Service 74 Elm St. Szathmary's 1375 Hancock St. West Quincy Beverage Inc. 665 Adams St. SCHOOL HELPERS CLASS of 1960 Mr. Donahue CLASS of 1961 Miss McCoy N.O.H.S. GIRLS' CLUB Miss Tolchinsky N.Q.H.S. KEY CLUB Mr. Carlin THE NORTH STAR Mr. Murphy OUINCY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION Scholarship Winners judith Beck Jeanne Rull Edith Gladwin Holly Stoner Judith Lindahl Herbert Thomas Joanna Little Ann Tolstrup SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Roberts U7 ,-'sgff cr' rl- Y SUBURBAN MERCHANTS E. F. P. BURNS INC. 100 Summer St., Boston Llberty 2-3572 CORAL GABl.ES and GARY'S 699 Bridge St., Weymouth EDgewater 5-2517 HICKOX SECRETARIAI. SCHOOL 367 Boylston St., Boston COpley 7-5920 HUGO'S LIGHTHOUSE 44 Border St., Cohasset Harbor EVergreen 3-0766 RAYTHEON MANUFACTURING 465 Centre St., Quincy GRanite 9-5300 J. H. WESTERBEKE CORP. 35 Tenean St., Dorchester Avenue 2-9124 Compliments of a Friend Dairy Freeze 645 Adams St., Quincy Eddie's Diner 382 Quincy Ave., Quincy Five-Corners Chinese Restaurant 405 Franklin St., Braintree M. B. Lawrence Pontiac Inc. 326 Granite Ave., Milton Peter MacFarlane Fuel Oil Co. 5286 Washington St., Roslindale A Meyer's Market 18 Highland Ave., Somerville Norfolk Construction Co. 540 Columbian St., Weymouth Sai-Woo 428 Washington St., Weymouth James Watson Co. 51 Melcher St., Boston 128 rm. book puma by vm.vA'rom:, Q .pecan prom. of um.- - - - : m. .xeuei-1m:.ausao,N.Y graphic prmang. Sole producer! W J , No other ptintinl firm io authorized to use the VGIVIQIC method ,Q lv rl, L l go' 6 . 4 v, V1 'n V. 1 G 5 QP! N S Xi 3 'zX P. Q O v"J NS, X X , NN . g ix K I .X V K1 ... ' N X' em s " l 'X Y XX X X '. XX .A v ,x X .- u x --- - K Q' .N ' 4 ' s OJ , gf' ' K 9- X S 2 A . .Q 1 x A," I X F 7 x K N 5 -x ' Y A X I v X' Q . 1 X X ' fi i L X 4 5 N fa, i lj.: x XV H , 'X .Jn Xl. kk .V . It 5 ' 'JI' V ' Y:" T . N , K X ' Q . f X 4 s 7.1 Q 'x I 1 0 ' " Q Q I , r ' t ' Q ' ' t . 1 I 1 -' io Q' .. ' "- ' X f"'M ,XJ v : x ' H 'A X ' " ' .K ' QV fd! . B ' 0 I Q ' I -- f ' I Y' ' . 5 ui, 1 Q 4 :Q - " I u ' W . xl. xi E X :'W1w1iz5T14!Z2441i3r4:?r?f1fJS3'5i?l4'EEltHH18L A, J -74 D0 J 4 i wx. ,t v ' -1 5 , I 13' -'M 2'-S, Mfg, -xv: 'j 44 Q . , .4 I f - Y. - 3. .. .- ' , Mb- V ' ' V . , 'S wp' , - s. ' ' l' 1 'f ., - , ' fs . 4 -4 4 . Q '- ,iw .. n Q . , , Q3 . , I - . - -' v 1 - ' : 1" c ' s - I 5 I Q. A H I 5. 1.1 , 'V 5 i - N . ' ' ' . , " ,xx ' M. - .1 , -- '-. 4 A 1 . ' , K J . . l -. - I . 1 . , . f H .. ' I I . , . . W , .4 - N -4 "'!"' ' . '.,.,. . , , , YNNQQ V' Q H. - Q ' . 'I H' Q J ., -1 I. 4 . , J . H I .K 4,1 F .- , . . '- ' - N -.,,l ," - 91 . ,YD 4 v ' . A-wqvhlh if ,, .411 Q 1 f' 1- . - .' - 9+-, 'W .W ..' U N. .1 .-6' X " "3 r Q Q ,. , 1 1 ' 1 'r : Ng I-xii"-l." , 'QA . .Q Q-gh' 'a'Hn+ t .F - Afwi ,, Q .'.. , WZ' ..x'v, V . 5 - . an B n X Q L 1' f-' 5 ' ' lg J. . ' ' 5'-,I Q ,?.g.'r::l! '. H. !f1". A -I' ff. ' ' - f v I I . I xi, I 'Qing' 1. . .Nu ?k ' - , , Im!!! - Y L0 P , - ,Y 3 arg x I N- I 'YM 55-iwl7,..-. f' D. u if . A1 I 4, fam. H 'Yuan gsm . o 3 K .l' ' : 5-43' '-f lf. '11 vw' me N xl: A 4.4 1 9 1 Q O' .9 O Q75 AN-I I a Og ' ' 1 ' Q' . 'VY . J", 'bn' s "g' 1 5' r-TZ? ' 0,3 4- 'ff fgl If .z!ls.s"'fm'.,M1Ri-sms ,-ff O up 5


Suggestions in the North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) collection:

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.