North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA)
- Class of 1961
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Manet 1961 Copy 2
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Unity for Progress--
At North Quincy High School
we have learned this way,
we have played this way,
we have built for tomorrow this
way. May the Manet of 1961 be
a symbol of this way of life!
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John and Ron
For twenty-tive years, as our school secretary, you
have been, behind the scenes, a gracious and efficient
integrator of unity for progress. With understanding
you have served to fuse the hundred-and-one calls be-
yond duty with the routine of your job as your gen-
erous contribution at North Quincy High School, and
that is why to us you are such a special person. To you,
Miss Esther Morrison, we dedicate the Manet of 1961.
A routine scene in unity for progress
JOHN W. WALSH
ey lead us m
To the divisive, disintegrating forces of tyranny cry-
ing, "Divide and conquer" free men answer, "In unity
there is strengthf' Primitive people sensed the warm
urgency of the protective need to live and work to-
gether, but periodically Man has lost his way and, in
the process, recognition of the basic value of unity.
Those who would destroy us would do so by sowing
the fatal seeds of disunity.
In human progress, unlike mathematics, the whole
is greater than the sum of its parts. As each contributes
in terms of his own dignity, the result surpasses the to-
tal of individual efforts. It must be remembered, how-
ever, that God created us as individuals, and it is as in-
dividuals that we dedicate ourselves to our tasks. If
our lives are to be rewarding, we cannot surrender
ourselves to becoming "mass" men. If progress is to be
achieved, we must strike a neat balance, blending in
proper proportion individual drive with unified effort.
Then and then only can there be true progress through
His interest encourages each unit in our progress be it academic with Vin, Mr. Stanton, and Pam . . .
Unit or Pro ess
A friendly conference with Mr. King is a step in progress for George and Jo.
. . . or be it extracurricular with the Mane! group in action.
Asslstant Prmcrpal Edmund J. Kmg
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COMMERCIAL-Sitzing: Lillian M. Gormley, Marie E. Youngerman, National
Honor Society, Melvin C. Jack, Jeanette D. Dimitri. Standing: Mary Conling
Murray Roberts, Student Council, Receptionistsg Graton Howland, C. Thomas
Stefaneyg Sara Tolchinskyg John J. Mullarkey.
Our unit director in commercial subjects
LANGUAGES-Sitting: Louise D. Filield, National Honor Society, Mable
Pratt, National Spanish Society, Ruth Meisner. Standing: Louise Jack, Fred
Gersteing Roberta Webstersmithg John F. Parrell.
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MATHEMATICS-Sitting: Ruth H. Black: Katherine F. Horrigan, Math
Clubg Margaret King. Sffllldlllillgf Murray E. Roberts, Student Council, Recep-
tionistsg John F. Parrellg Carl Leone, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant
Baseball Coachg David P. I-lourin. Junior High Trackg Thaddeus P. Sadowski.
Assistant Football Coach, Science Clubg Gerald Lyonsg Donald Burlingg Phil-
Our unit director in math:
FINE ARTS-Sitting: Elizabeth P. Sherman, Library Staffg Anne P. Sawitsky,
Sketch Clubg Katherine M. Countie. Standing: Anthony Charles Ferrante,
Bandg Frank G. Bono, Glee Club.
PRACTICAL ARTS-Howard Mason, Visual
Aids, Arthur Burgess, Riiie Club, Rifle Team,
Walter H. Warrinerg Paul Hogan, Edward
Harrington. Missing from picture: Edgar H.
Phillips, Baseball Coach.
Our unit director in English:
ENGLISH-Sifting: Rose C. Enos, Red Cross Council, Louise D. Fifield, Na-
tional Honor Societyg Agnes Purcell, Jo-Ann Averill, Cheerleadingg John K.
Young, Margery Coheng Jessie Jones, Debating Clubg Louise Frederick. Stand-
ing: John S. Hofferty, Manetg Ruth Leavitt, Paul J. Carlin, Key Clubg Roy
Merritt, Drill Team and Majorettes. Missing from picture: Robert Laing,
Hockey Coach, Tennis Coach, Varsity Club, David L. Meaney, Cross Country,
Thomas Murphy, Norrfz Smr.
CLERICAL STAFF-Esther A. Morrison,
Emily DiCiliog Shirley Paulson, Tri-Hi-Y Ad-
SCIENCE-Patricia Waugh, Science Club, Katherine Townsend, Science Club,
Gail Richards, Ninth Grade Science Club, Thaddeus P. Sadowski, Assistant
Football Coach, Science Club, Wilma Schields, Science Clubg Roland Small,
Science Club, Charles Waugh, Science Club, Gunnar Munnick, Science Club,
Roy L. Sinclair, Pep Club, J.V. Basketball Coach, Science Club. Missing from
picture: Rose Melios, Science Club.
Our unit director in science
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COUNSELING-Sitting: Caroline Welchg Marjorie E. Currier. Standing:
Albert Savitsky, Teachers' Career Clubg Martin H. Casey. Missing from pic-
lure: Henry Young, Junior High Soccer Coach.
Our unit director in counseling:
HOME ECONOMICS-Ruth MacGregory
Margaret M. Mahoney. Missing from picture
Our unit director in social studies:
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION-
Katherine McCoy, Girls' Bowling, Girls' Sports,
Junior Class Adviserg Alice Gray, Nurses' Ca-
reer Clubg Kenneth Rickson, Varsity Basketball
Coach, Student Leaders'.
SOCIAL STUDIES-Silting: Margaret M. Flavin, Student Exchange Com-
mittee, Dolores Tormey, Tenth Grade Girls' Clubg Jane Katz, Twelfth Grade
Girls' Club, Phyllis Axelrod, Twelfth Grade Girls' Club, Elizabeth B. Savage.
Standing: Norman MacWi1liam, Driver Educationg Paul S. Stanton, Soccer
Coach, Junior High Baseball, George H. Jahng John J. Donahue, Senior Class
Adviser, Football Coach, Golf Coachg Hermon M. Noyes. Missing from pic-
ture: Robert A. Gentry, Track Coach.
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In S.O.P. Sandy and Jo learn about the unity
of the Brinkley Staff.
Mr. Leone helps Gerry, Glenn, and Bob to
master the slide rule in Algebra II.
In Body Mechanics even a pyra-
mid needs the unity that Betty,
Donna, Linda, Martha, Ella, and
Jean give to it.
JULIANN ABRAHAM RUTHEE ADAMS
99 Sherman Street 130 Franklin Avenue
"Judy"-L'arc en ciel . . . 9-27-61 "Ruth-ee"-R,H .... Ho-Jo's
- - - MHCY, Jeanne, S01diCf b0YS-" . . . Rackee . . . "Al's . . . Fords
Bowling 1, 2, 3g Library Staff 2, . . . 6-11-60 . . . Twins . . . J. A.
V-P- 33 NOVUI SIHV 1, Zi Pep Club Girls' Club 3g Receptionist 3.
1, Basketball 1, Mane! Show 2,
Glee Club 2, 3.
ELIZABETH B. AKERLEY
77 Barnham Avenue
"Betti"-Mike . . . 11-27-59 . . .
12-4-59 . . . Sam . . . 6-60. . .
Squantum . . . Sidney Glick.
Cheerleader 3g Nurses' Club 2, 3g
Mane! 3g North Star 2, 3g Dance
Comm. 35 Girls' Club 3g Basket-
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CHARLES I . ALEXANDER
167 Harriet Avenue
"Chuck"-'52 Green Pig . . . Man
pansett . . . Hornsickle.
Track 2, 3g Key Club 3.
NHS Ill ug
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Jeanne and Jo oxidize mercuric oxide in X
Mr. Burgess points a friendly
finger of caution before George
and Charlene get behind the
wheel in Driver Ed.
ALAN AMES EDITH AMES
488 Beale Street 488 Beale Street
Snipes . . . Orleans . . . Jazz and "Edie"-Dancing . . . White Fords
Pet Pceves-Edie . . . Work. . . . Oui . . . Pet peeve-Alan . . .
Dance Comm. 33 Math Club 33 9-60,
Science Club 3. Sketch Club 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll
1, 23 Girls' Club 3.
140 Brook Sreet
"Ronzo,,-Demo. boy . . . Ski
bums . . . Blonde beatnik.
Key Club 33 North Star 2g Maner
173 Atlantic Street
4-19-60 . . .P-town.
Chevie . . . N.D.I.M.3.H . . . Big
M . . . Al's.
Girls' Club 33 Tri Hi-Y
33 North Star 33 OH'ice
Roll 1, 23 Dance Comm. 2.
151 Fayette Street
Mad Scientists . . . Larry, Al, and
135 Reservoir Road
"Andy"-Ambition-to be a ski-
Student Council 2, 33 Glee Club 1,
2, 33 Honor Roll 23 Prom Comm.
33 H.R. Rep. 1 ,2, 33 Key Club 2,
3g Hi-Y 33 Golf 1.
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RALPH J. ANDREWS, JR.
85 East Elm Avenue
"Gus"-5-25-60 . . . Handstand
contests . . . Basketball-Golf.
Sr. Class Pres. 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3,
North Star 3, Varsity Club 3, H.
R. Rep. 2, Key Club 2, 3, Dance
Comm. 1, 2, 3, Student Leader 3,
Prom Usher 2, Hi-Y 3.
JAN ALNIS ANSBERGS
23 Caldwell Street
"Jan"-Mass. Hospital School.
Travel Club 1, Glee Club 1, Class
Sec-Treas. 1, School Paper 1, Pho-
to. Club 1.
In Advanced Art Mary, John, Joan, Chippy, Sue, Bob and Rita paint border prints.
Mr. Harrington helps the three Jim's, Johnnie, and Joe read this blueprint in
DOROTHY MARIE ARDINI BRUCE A. ATKINSON JOAN BABSON
43 Sagamore Avenue 235 Holbrook Road 149 Taylor Street
"DOING"-SummCrS . . . BR. 34 P. Montclair Brat . . . Muggo and "Joni,'-R.W.S. 2, 3 . . . Hoosick
. . . Semi-f0rmalS . . . June '61 . . . K nuckle Head . . ."More . . . Gerry's other half . . . 1965?
C. C. C .... 57-? 7 stitches?" . . . E.H.B .... T.W.B.C.
Skelilh Club 1, 23 Ring COFHIU- 13 Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Nurses' Career Club
MC1f16f3L Gif1S' Club 3- Prom Comm. 3, Band 1, Key Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Sketch Club 3,
3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Mane! 3. Dance Comm. 2, Mane! 3, Basket-
MARIS R. BANGA
63 Holmes Street
'GDick"-"Barb" . . . 10-12-59 . .
N.H.-59 . . . Moth . . . Nice! . . .
Football 2, 3, Track 3, Key Club
1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3.
Jane waits until Georgia finishes running off
the UOUCC Sheet in O-M-O In Spanish III Maxine checks Janice's progress.
In Biology Marion explains crustacean struc-
ture to Terry and Joe.
GEORGE P. BARNETT JAMES J. BARRY ELLEN BATTLES JUDITH ANN BECK
8 Myrtle Street 102 Glover Avenue 312 Atlantic Street 32 Sumac Road
Carol.. .Member of Diners' Club "Jim-LARJ . . . Porky . . . "Slugger"-"Dig it" . . . N-I-C-E "Judi"-"Of course I'm going
. . . "You'll get over it." "Throw that pie plate" . . . "Say . . . "C'mon" . . . 2-20-60 . . . 5-20- out!" . . . "Who called?" . . . Jim
Rifle Club 3g Mane! 3. over and over." 60 . . . 5-26-61. . . .Fried clams.
Track 2, 35 Math Club 3g Mane! 3g Girls' Club 3.
H. R. Rep. 1, 2, 3g Honor Roll 1,
Jr. Red Cross lg Girls' Club 3.
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PAULA T. BELFORTE
18 Pierce Street
"Pau-Pa"-Bob . . . 9-25-60 . .
Helen . . . Ho-Jo's . . . Surf . .
ffpizzan n l I Flys, In Sewing III Mrs. Mahoney
Glee Club lg Girls' Club 3. passes judgment on the handl
work of Sue, Anna, and Jo.
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1 54 Ellington Road
'i "Bendibelli"-B.F.C.L .... Too
lp Champs . . . Talkative . . . "Hey,
.2 North swf 2g Girls' Club 3.
' MARION K. BENNETT SANDRA A. BERMAN
E 48A Bay State Road 142 West Squantum Street
.F "Maar',-2-14-59 . . . Rotate . . . "Sandy"-T.C.P.L .... "Movies,
I 8-15-59 . . . Howie's . . . D.O.H. anyone?', . . . "What a blast!" . . .
3 . . . Falmouth. June 1961.
, Girls' Club 33 Pep Club 15 Bowl- Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1,
I ing lg Sketch Club 1, 2, H. R. 2, Teachers' Career Club 1, 2, 3,
Rep. 1. Red Cross Council 1, 3g Drama
lp Club 2, Manet Show 2.
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Mr. Roberts supervises Lees
demonstration in Advanced
In C.P. English Bonnie and Marion have beaten John to the
draw with their supplementary reading books.
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GEORGE S. BETTENCOURT
309 Safford Street
"Studley"-Ski bum . . . Demo
boy . . . Ho-Jo's Nut House . . .
N.E.V .... 6-66.
Band 1, 2, 3g Tennis 2.
It takes the concerted efforts of
Cathy, Helen, Donna, Carol,
and Janet to balance this ac-
count in Bookkeeping III.
Barbara, Ann, and Janice unify
their knowledge as chefs in
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JUDITH E. BETTENCOURT
309 Safford Street
"Judi'l-"Where's Patti?" . . .
Elaine . . . My Dutch Aunt . . .
4-29-60 . . . Connecticut . . . "Pro-
Glee Club 2, 3, Bowling 2g Pep
Club 2, Dance Comm. 2g Prom
Comm. 23 Office 2, 3.
BONNIE LEE BEVANS
40 Clement Terrace
"Hi there!" . . . 7-20-60 . .
B.H.M .... B.L.B .... ,63 . . .
Honor Roll 1, 2g Girls' Club Exec.
Bd. 3, Sketch Club 3, Receptionist
3, Basketball 3.
C. ANNE BISHOP
27 Wollaston Avenue
"Bishy"-9-16-59 . . . Oogie's
other half . . . Hot Ford convert-
Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club lg
Girls' Club 3.
LORETTA N. BONDI
10 Wedgewood Street
October 30, 1959 . . . Jr. Prom . . .
"Whats the homework?"
Nurses, Career Club 1, 2, 3g
Prom Comm. 2.
100 Elm Avenue
Newman Prep . . . "Fabulous" . .
Nomads . . . 1'Ace is the placef'
Hi-Y 3g Baseball 3.
PATRICIA LEE BRANDON
112 Farrington Street
"Pat"-5-3-60 . . . '1Litt1e One'
. . . Coffee for M.S.S .... W.B.
Honor Roll 1, 2g Girls' Club 3.
REGINA M. BRENNAN
176 Farrington Street
"Gina"-Janitors' Helper .
Booby . . . Mr. B .... Troupe
Band . . . N.Q.D .... 9-5-59.
Band 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2
Dramatic Club 2, Sec. 3g Grls
Club 3g Basketball 25 Mane! 3
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In Calculus Barry T and J Barry solve for the first der1vat1ve
With a course in Dietetics Gail Moe Lois
In M.E.H. Carol, Pete, and Barb show mixed reactions to Skip's map
Phyl, Betty, and Barb write best wishes to the Class of 1961 in Steno II.
Kathy puts across a point that delights Jeanna and stumps
Jim in Debating.
65 French Street
"Barbs',-"Oh, great!" . . . Joanie's
Honor Roll 1, 2g Dance Comm. 2g
Pep Club 2g Office 2g Manet 3.
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805 Hancock Street
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WINIFRED A. BRYAN
193 Arlington Street
"Win"-Likes rock 'n roll . .
Pizza . . . Long lunch periods . . .
47 Hunt Street
"Bill"-June 13, 1960 . . . Septem
ber 1, 1961 . . . "More
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Ken gives a demonstration lesson to Bill, Clare, Pat, Carol, Rich, and Dot in
ELIZABETH ANN BURKE
26 Webster Street
"Betty,'-Sears . . . "Oh, yuh?"
... 1-3-58 . . . Hot Ford . . . "Ti-
ger" .. . Lavender Chev.
Office 2, Girls' Club 3.
Gene and Donna study molecular layers in PSSC
In Industrial Arts Mr. Harrington makes John, Jack, and Dennis plan ahead
before they use the machines.
CAROL ANN BYRNE
15 Safford Street
"Freckles"-U. of M. 8: Poopsy
. . . S.B.D .... RBSK . . . FBO,
GLA . . . S.R .... Java with R.T.
Bowling lg Prom Comm. 3g Tri-
Hi-Y 3, Dance Comm. 2, Nurse's
Office 2, 3g Manet 3, North Star
33 Honor Roll 1, 2.
KATHLEEN BURKE PATRICIA BURNS ROBERT BURRILL
74 Ocean Street 41 Davis Street 114 Pine Street
"Kathy',-Hot Pontiac . . . "Hey, "Pat"-10-15-60 . . . 10-25-60 . . . "Bobo"-Betty,s Day Nursery . . .
Twins!" . . . "Oh, Christmas!" . . . '53 Chevy . . . Always in a hurry. Ho-Jo's . . . Mad Bomber . . .
"Hey, boo-boo." Pep Club lg Girls' Club 3. Cool.
Pep Club 3, Omce 2, Girls' Club
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Kathy insists Arlene and Aggie type according to Hoyle
in Typing III.
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Jeff, Win, Larry, and Stevie study the translation of our pledge in German III.
DOROTHY F. CAHILL ROBERT CALIRI JOHN CALLAHAN
45 Holyoke Street 201 Marlboro Street 35 George Road
"D0tty"-10-11-59 . . . D.S.I.C. "Cali,-'50 Ford. . . Y.B.H.C .... Hcalv'-'Turtle - - - BCUYHS Dal'
. . . D.R.W.T? . . . Street lights . . . July 1960 - - . D and B . . . L'Y0u NUFSCTY - - - H0f RCUHUU - - - "16-"
M.O.H .... Howie's. did what?" Hockey 2, 3g Golf 1, 2, 3.
Pep Club lg Girls' Club 3g Tri-Hi- GICC Club 3.
i JOHN CALLAHAN
24 Holmes Street
"Cal',-Honest John? . . . Quiet ! !
. . . Satch.
Rifle Club 3.
SHEILA JEAN CALLAHAN
9 Calumet Street
"Shyde"-s'Really?" . . . VAMS
. . . T.N.T .... 6-ll-bl . . . "Bonne
Honor Roll 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 21 33
Bowling 2, 3g Girls' Club 3: Glee
Club 33 Dance Comm. 23 Prom
Comm. Zg Drill Team 1.
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Nous VO1C1 tous ensemble" in French III.
JOANNE L. CARLSON
79 Sagamore Avenue
"Jo"-Fred . . . 8-19-60 . . . Pixie
. . . Howie's . . . YBHXWBP.
Pep Club Treas. 1, 25 North Star
2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3g Dance
Comm. 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
Pnddlnal X ,X
Via the globe Mr. Noyes points out the trouble spots in Problems of Democracy to
John, Sheila, and George.
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9 Bloomfield Street
Tennis southpaw from Squantum
. . . "When do we eat?"
National Honor Society 2, 3: Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 33 Mane! 3, Tennis 1.
Jeff, Larry, Stevie, and Win are fathoming the hexameters in Virgills Aeneia' with Miss V C
Meisner in Senior Latin.
15 Exeter Street
Sam . . . Navy . . . Ho-Jo's . .
N.H .... Penn . . . Muiiins . . .
Tornado . . . Sunshiners . . .
Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Nurses' Career
Club lg Basketball 1g Dance
Comm. 23 Pep Club 1, 2, V.P. 3.
211 Beach Street
"Ellie,,-6-22-58 . . . "Hi, Kids!"
...Twin . . . Music lover . ..
Pep Club 2, Girls' Club 3, Drama
Club 2g Red Cross 2, Dance
211 Beach Street
"Curley1'-Betty's Day Nursery
. . . 8-22-58 . . .Riff. . .Ho Jo's
. . . Bones.
Baseball 2, 3, Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 3,
Honor Roll 1, Science Club 1,
Math Club 3.
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41 Freeman Street
Davy.. . 1-1-58 . . . W.B. ..
S.T.L.A.D.G .... '54 Ford . .
Fun in 157.
PAUL C. CHRESTENSEN
175 Standish Road
Pablo . . . 1965 . . . Dynamite . .
Gold Bar . . . K.I.S.M.I.F. . .
Student Leader 1, 2, 3g Track 2,
3, Math Club 35 Marie! 3.
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This fall Coach Donahue and his assistants, Coach
Leone and Coach Sadowski, started with what many
rated as a poor team. However, with hard work on
the part of both the coaches and the team, 1960's
record of 6 wins and 3 losses was the finest in six
The first victim of the small but potent Raiders was
the burly Black Knights of Stoughton whom the Red
and Black defeated soundly. The Raiders next faced
powerful Milton and went down to defeat after a
hard-fought contest. But the determined Raiders
worked diligently and came up with four successive
victories, defeating Taunton, Cambridge Latin, Brain-
tree, and Leominster. However, this streak was des-
tined to be broken at the hands of a scrappy Dedham
team. This jinx was to remain another week as North
went down to defeat to a great Hingham powerhouse.
Then came North Quincyis finest hour, as David met
Goliath on Thanksgiving with David winning the tur-
And so, on November 24, 1960, the great Donahue
era at North Quincy High School came to a glorious
finale with the decisive 28-20 victory over Quincy.
North 24 Stoughton 6
1 6 Milton
North 20 Taunton 6
North 34 Cambridge Latin 0
North 22 Braintree 8
North 22 Leominster 14
North 6 Dedham 8
North 20 Hingham 32
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Richie Bryan '
115 Standish Avenue
Sidney Glick . . . 5-14-60 . .
"Where's my monkey?" . . .
M.O.F.P.C . . . D.T.N.
Prom Comm. 2, 3, North Star 3,
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 35 Bowling 3,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Girls' Club 3, Dance
Comm. 2, 3.
14 Newport Terrace
"Coke"-The Dint 2 . . . No girl!
. . "Tallyho" . . . 58c6-19-61.
- Track 2.
CYNTHIA A. COBB
94 East Squantum Street
"Cyndi"-10-1-60 . . . Jim . . .
B.F.C.L .... A.M.C .... De Mo
. . . "Now, Jan."
Band 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Mane! 3, Nurses'
Career Club 1, Science Club 2, 3,
Math Club 33 National Honor So-
ciety 2, 3g Honor Roll 1, 2.
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DANIEL MICHAEL PAUL D. CONNOR, JR. MICHAEL CONNORS
CONNOLLY 141 Dorchester Street 20 Becket Street
91 Mayiiower Road 1'The Con"-"Y.B.H. Club" . . . "Zip"-Saturday nights . . . Joe's
"Dann-Gus's handstands . . . 7- Diana . . . 7-1-60 . . . Hot Ford. . . . 415.
25-60 . . . 'Tm starvedu . .
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 3, Bas
ketball 2g Track lg Varsity Club 3.
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ELLA M. CONWAY
72 Kendall Street
"Ellie"-Doc,s . . . Julie . . . Barb
. . . Rhoda . . . "Little Onef'
Bowling 1, 2g Dramatic Club 2.
PETER J. COOKE
93 Hilma Street
"Pete"-Paula . . . 1-2-60 . .
"Blueberry Lane" . . . "Cough"
. . . "9" . . . 10-29-60.
Student Council Treas. 3g Hock-
ey 1, 2, 33 H. R. Rep.'1, 2, Var-
sity Club 1, 2, Exec. Bd. 3, Prom
Comm. 3: Key Club 2, 33 Boys'
State Rep. 2, Honor Roll 1, 2:
Dance Comm. 2.
52 Vassall Street
"Jan"-"Yeh sure' . . . "Oh, no!"
. . . World of trouble . . . Sneak
off. . . 5-8-60.
Basketball 1, 2, 33 North Star 31
Bowling, Treas. 3, Ofhce Messen-
ger 3g Girls' Club 3: Receptionist
2g Honor Roll 1, 2.
197 West Squantum Street
l'Carm"-"Beetle" . . . Bird 0-60
. . . 69 -sec .... Stomp . . . 1-1-60.
National Honor Society 2, 33 Hon-
or Roll 1, 2.
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MARY JANE CORBIN
61 Oakland Avenue
"Jane',-Jimmy . . . 3-13-59 . . .
A1's . . . "O.K., O.K." . . . 5-20-60
. . . 2-14-59 . . . Q.H.S.
H. R. Rep. 2g Girls' Club 3, Mane!
66 Holyoke Street
"Corky"-'lHey, Jif" . . . 328 . . .
"How much is it, Ed?"
Radio Club 2g Honor Roll 11
Math Club 3.
Richie laterals out to Dave.
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PAUL F. COUGHLAN
68 Billings Street
L'Coughl'-Snug Harbor . . . "Late
againf' . . . Blueberry Lane.
Football 1, 2, Co-capt. 35 Class
Treas. 3, Varsity Club 1, Exec.
Bd. 2, 3, H. R. Rep. 1, 2g Dance
Comm. 23 Prom Usher 2, Prom
Comm. 3, Key Club 2, 3g Honor
LAURA JEAN COUGHLIN
53 Parke Avenue
'lHot Merc" . . . "Let's eat" .
Band 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3,
Girls' Club 3, Office Messenger
35 Elm Avenue
Phillips-Andover . . . C.B. . . .
Mike Lynch . . . 6-21-60 . . . J.S.H.
High Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Math
Club Pres. 33 Band 1, 3g Science
Club 1, 2g Mamet Literary Editor 3.
Dave makes a first down.
Mark red dogs through.
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203 Farrington Street
"Sunshine"-'iWicked" . . . Full
moon-flood tide . . . Pol1y's . .
Glee Club 2, 3g Dance Comm. 2
Nurses, Career Club 1g Pep Club,
Pres. 35 Basketball lg Mamet 3
Receptionist 3g Prom Comm. 3.
GERALD B. CROWLEY
25 Tirrell Street
"Nelson"-Harold's . . . My Cer-
Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 2, 3g Var-
sity Club 3.
DONNA E. DAHLQUIST
57 Cedar Street
"Shorty"-D.D .... Mutt and Jeff
...11-24-58 . . . The Gang . ..
"Hi, Kid!" . . . Cape Cod.
National Honor Society 2, 3g H.R.
Rep. 2, 3: Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 33
Tri-Hi-Y 2, V.P. 3g Honor Roll 1,
2g Basketball 1, 2, 33 Prom Comm.
2g Nurses' Career Club 23 Mane!
CAROLINE C. D'ANGELO
40 Vassall Street
L.I.O.C.M .... 10-21-60 . . . Mike
. . . "AW com'on." . . . "The Trip."
Girls' Club Pres. 3: Prom Co-
chairman 2, 33 Dance Comm. 1, 2,
3: Drill Team 1, 23 Majorettes 3,
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-
Hi-Y 33 Mamet 33 North Star 31
Basketball 1. 2, 3.
Manager Tom Gallivan
33 Brunswick Street
61 Arnold Road
Howie's . . . "Where's Pat?" . . . "Ken"-"Have merc. Will traveln
S.S.C .... Long talks . . . '58 Ed- . . . "What's her name?" . . . "Any
sel . . . "1 lf, calls?"
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Glee Club 33 Girls'
ANNE A. DAVIS
138 Ocean Street
"Toni,'-Poof! . . . Zut! . . . Le
matin . . . Du midi . . . "Vive la
Library Staff 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3,
Sketch Club 1, 2, 3, Girls, Club
Ex. Bd. 3, Basketball 2, 3g Prom
Comm. 3g Mane! Show 2, 3g Glee
Club 1, 29 North Star l, 3.
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41 Lansdowne Street
Newfound Lake 1960 6 10 61
Teachers' Career Club 3 Girls
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BARBARA A. DEANE VIRGINIA L. DEANE SUZANNE A. D'ELIA JOSEPH M. DENNEEN
35 Ocean Street 35 Ocean Street 40 Butler Road 24 White Street
"Barbsie"-"It's been nicev . . . "Ginny"-"Seen Barb?" . . . Joe- "Sue"-3-12-60 . . . '53 Ford . . . "Hummer"-U, S. Baby . . . Humr
"Too bad' . . . Al . . . The Brad Joe . . . Better half . . . "Going to Dave-Q.H.S .... "Someday-pow!" . . . Tee Hee . . . Ho-Jo's . . . June
. . . Twin? Bern's?" . . . Fried clams. '6l.
Pep Club 2, 3g Dance Comm. 2, Pep Club 2, 3g Office 2, 3g Honor Glee Club 2, 3.
3g Girls' Club 3. Roll 1, 23 Girls' Club 3.
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As our football queen, Pat inspires the team to
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The North basketball team this year was one of
those slow starters that gained momentum as the sea-
son progressed. This can be attributed to the fine
handling of the squad by Coach Ken Rickson.
Dropping early games to Chelsea and Somerville,
the Raiders knocked oil a power-laden Alumni group,
7l-69 in a last second thriller.
The Greater Boston League loomed stronger than
in other years, and power houses such as Somerville,
Quincy, and Everett downed our boys. Not to be dis-
mayed, we bounced back to defeat Lowell twice, and
Malden, Weymouth, and Revere in succession.
North was known as the team with the one-two
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punch, namely Richie Bryan and Gus Andrews. Both
of these players were averaging twenty points a game.
When Bill Tedrow, Bill Hay, Art "Skip" Law, or Dave
Cahill were coming through with a fair amount of
baskets, North was a sure bet to win.
Our team made up for its lack of height with its
Three of the wins to date prove that we can win the
close ones. Our victories over the Alumni, Malden,
Weymouth, and Revere were by two points.
As this feature goes to press, North Quincy is not
eliminated and still has an outside chance of making
the Tech Tourney if we win the remaining games.
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Coach Rickson, Student Teacher Rollins, Mgrs. Gordon and Gary, and Capt
Bryan know the scoring value of unity.
X Gus Andrews
Bill Tedrow stretches for a rebound.
MAXINE HELEN DERANY
47 Hunt Street
"Max"-Rico . . . 6-24-59 . . . No-
vios . . . Big brothers . . . The old
Student Council lg National Hon-
or Society 2. 3: Teachers' Career
Club l, 2. 3: North Star l: Spanish
Honor Society Pres. 33 Honor Roll
RONALD V. DiPAULO PHILIP DOBSON
77 Cedar Street 47 Hunt Street
Cerrano . . . "Jerry, never forget "Phil'l-Jan. 1961 . . . June 1961
that fatal day." . . . g'Why not?"
Track 1, 2g Soccer 3g Key Club 3g
Varsity Club 2, 3g North Star 3.
64 Walnut Street
Misty . . . Ho-Jo's . . . F.T.P.C.
. . . Cha cha cha . . . Blue eyes.
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y 3g
Girls' Club 3g Pep Club 1g Honor
Richie Bryan blocks lay-up.
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247 Holbrook Road
"Di"-5-1-59 . . . Montcl. Parties
. . . "You known . . . 5-30-60 . . .
Bowling 2, Sec. 33 North Star 1, 2,
33 Mane: Show 2, 33 Dance Comm.
1, 2, 33 Girls' Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2,
33 Pep Club lg Library Staff Treas.
PETER V. DOOLAN
l7 Richfield Street
Squantum gang . . . '58 Buick
Howie's . . . Cross Country . . .
Cross Country 2, 33 Track 2, 33
Mane! 33 Dance Comm. 3.
RICHARD A, DUNCAN
92 Botolph Street
"Ritchie" - W. G. C. C. C. . .
Moose's Happy Hackers . . . Last
Golf l, 2, 33 Cross Country l
Glee Club 2, 3.
EDWARD R. DUNN, JR.
22 Newton Avenue
"Buddie"-"Whose deal?" . .
"How's the boy?" . . . "What ya
doing?" . . . ll-2-59.
Basketball l, 23 Baseball 2, 3
Varsity Club 3.
VALERIE ANNE DuPONT
110 Belmont Street
"Val"-"Who dunit'?" .
Deutschland uber alles . . . "De-e
lightful" . . . "Goodness gracious.
Drama Club 23 Glee Club 3.
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143 M arlboro Street
"Dan"-Treasure Island . . . 10-
10-60 ...' 'No reverse" . . . Crow!
. . . Storky.
Tennis 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g
Science Club 13 H. R. Rep. 3.
PATTI EDGEHILLE CAROL ELLIS
112 Colby Road 17 Winslow Road
Zeke? . . . 10-21-60 . . . "Swing- "Clan"-Billy . . . 5-30-60
ing" . . . "Call me" . . . "Hey, Jan- Sidney Glick . . . Winner . .
ice!', . . . N-i-c-ef' H.C .... 13-1 Club.
Pep Club 1, 2g Drama Club 2g Majorettes 1gGir1s' Club 35 Bowl-
Basketball 2, 3g Dance Comm. 2. ing 3.
82 East Elm Avenue
"Charlie"-"Au revoir" . . . Roll
ing Ridge . . . Joy . . . 9-61 ..
6-59 . . . 'Keep smiling."
Girls' Club Sec. 33 National Hon
or Society 2, Sec. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 3
Dance Comm. 3g Basketball 2g Li
brary Staff 1, 2.
282 Wilson Avenue
"Kenny"-"Flatheads forever" . .
Red '51 Ford.
21 Clark Street
"Jerry"-"Where's Pam?" .
"That little redheadf,
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Unity with the opposition.
Gus wins the jump ball.
MARION J. EVANS
98 Old Colony Avenue
226 Harvard Street
"Judy"-"Oops,, late again" . . . "Mar"-Brat . . . "Hey, Patrece'
Cape . . . 4-29-60 . . . "Who's the . . . S.H.B.W ..., 3143 . . . 7-2-60
latest?" . . . W.B.P .... Howie's.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Bowling 2, 33 Girls, Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-
Club 3, Health Service Room 2. Hi-Y 2, Pep Club 1g Glee Club 3.
MARY E. EVANS
133 Bromfield Street
Ann's other half . . . O.R.G. . .
"Hey, Pres.!" . . . "Come on" . .
Nat'l Honor Society 2, 3: Tri-Hi
Y 2, Pres. 3, Majorettes 2, 3
Bowling 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1
Glee Club 1, 2. 3, Dance Comm.
1, 2g North Star 2, 33 Mane! 3.
192 Belmont Street
"Chip"-9-15-60 . . . "Let's hurry
up" . . . "Who was it?"
Girls' Club 3.
115 Phillips Street
"Winnie"-"Charlie' '... Tuesday
night. . . B. B. sorry . . .No drags
Tennis 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 3.
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This years opening game of Metropolitan Hockey
League competition was a closely-fought one. with
Malden edging Coach Laing's Raiders in the final peri-
od of play. The Raiders were driven back by Quincy
in their next outing but came back strong the following
week to trounce Chelsea 6-1. ln the third game of the
1960-1961 season. the Red-men made hard skating
and shooting pay off as they outlasted Everett to tally
their second win.
Looking forward to handing unbeaten Christopher
Columbus its first defeat. the North-enders were held
in check during Christmas vacation competition. The
Raiders had trouble getting started in their next two
games and lost to Don Bosco and Malden.
Coach Bob Laing
In their second outing against Quincy, the Red-men
held the edge in action for the first two periods but lost
when Quincy scored twice late in the game. This game
was rougher than most of their previous contests and
was marked by close checking and a number of Raider
Coach Laing rearranged his forward lines and de-
fensemen for the second Everett encounter. Co-captain
Dave Higgins, centering Co-captains Jerry Crowley
and Peter Cooke, scored first in the 2-2 tie, with
junior Bill Campbell getting the tying goal.
With five games remaining to be played, Raider
skating and shooting have improved considerably and
promise five hard-fought contests.
North Christopher Columbus
North Don Bosco
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Coach Laing, Dave, Pete, and Jerry umte for the face-off.
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21 Border Street
"Cathy"-7-24-59 . . . Dickie . . .
"Dates . . . "Fitzie" . . . Y. B. H.
Club . . . "Swellf'
Drill Team 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Glee
Club 2, Prom Comm. 2, Dance
Comm. 1, 2, North Star 1, 2, 3,
Girls, Club 3, Basketball 1.
MAUREEN P. FITZGERALD
32 Dickens Street
"Moe"-9-17-58 . . . "Do it again"
. . . 2-21-59 . . .Trip . . . 1-1-60
Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-head 3, Ma-
net 3, Prom Comm. 2, 3, N. C. C.
2, V. P. 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, Class
V. P. 1, N0l'l11 Star 2, 3, Recep-
tionist 2, 3, Manet Show 2, 3, Tri-
Hi-Y 3, Basketball 2, 3, Dance
Comm. l, 2, Nurse's Ofhce 2.
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TERRENCE C. FLUKES SUSAN FOSTER PAMELA FRANKLIN
91 Exeter Street 43 Deerfield Street 130 Marlboro Street
"Terry,'-Nov. 1, 1960 . . . "Wan- "Sue"-9-20-57 . . . Bob . . . A. "Pam"-Cape Cod summers . . .
na bet?', . . . "Prove it" . . . "Big Late W. B .... S. L. A. D .G. 7-24-60 - - - The gang - - - HOU,
Beetle." . . . Chery's . . . "You know." TCHIIYT'
Key Club 1, 2, 3, North Star Bus. Girls' Club 3, Bowling 3.
Mgr. 3, Biology Club 1, Science
Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 3, Soc-
cer 2, 3, Golf 1, 3.
Teachers' Career Club Treas. 2,
Pres. 3, Girls' Club Ex. Bd. 3, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 3, Dance
Comm. 1, 2. 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Pep Club 1, Glee Club 1.
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MARK FRANZONI JOAN M. FRENCH EDWARD FRITZ
285 Holbrook Road 2 Newland Street 178 Elliot Avenue
"Marcell"-Montclair brat . . . Ti- "Frenchy"-6-15-59 . . . J 4 . . . l'Ed"-"Oh boyl' . . . "Speak up"
1 to . . . "Knucklehead, where's S. T. L. A. D. G .... "It's in the . . . "Swinging" . . . "What's the
BruC6'?" bagu .. . 'lBuh!', . . . E.P.J.G. damage?"
Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Club 1, 33 Class Treas. 1,
2g Nortlz Star 1, 2, 3, Mamet 3'
Prom Comm. 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3i
Receptionist 2, Mane! Show 1g Tennis lg Track 2.
Bowling 3g North Star 2, 3.
DONNA NANCY FUSCO
61 Bromfield Street
"Foose"-Fantastic . . . "Watch
it" . . . "Where's the brake?" . . .
7-14-60 . . . 9-1-60.
Bowling 1, 2, Pres. 3, Glee Club
3g North Star 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club
3, Dance Comm. 3g Nurses' Ca-
reer Club 2, 3, H. R. Rep. lg Prom
Comm. 23 Mamet 3.
11 Freeman Street
"Gee Gee"-Mary-John . .
Y.T.T.M .... Summer of '60 . . .
Office 2, 3g Nurse's Office 2, Glee
Club 1, Girls' Club 3.
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22 Cushing Street
"Tom"+"Water?" . . . "Hey, Man-
ager" . . . "What, me worry?" . . .
6-10-61 . . . 6-2-61.
Football Manager 2, 3, Key Club
2, 3g Hi-Y 3, Varsity Club 3.
167 Sherman Street
L'Galv"--1-15-44 . . . Caught in
the Web . . . Playground 1-2-3
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Mane! 3, M. P. O. C. 1.
Johnny makes the stop.
CAROLYN GAROFALO MICHAEL GAROFALO DONNA GARDINER
34 Edgeworth Road 34 Edgewater Road 144 Kemper Street
5'Mother"-Jerry . . . U. S. N .... "Mike"-Harold's . . . '55 Ford Smiley . . . "O. K." . . . "See ya
4-18-58 . . . "Oh, yall' . . . Alis . . . 4-29-60 . . . 5-26-61 kid', . . . "See ya around."
H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 3, North Star 2, 3, . . . N.D. 1 M.S.H .... 13-1. Glee Club 25 Girls' Club 3.
Honor Roll 1, 2, Girls' Club 3, Rifle Club 1,2,3.
Pep Club 1.
John sweeps the puck away in time.
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145 Reservoir Road
"Kenny"-W. Y. C .... "Are
serious?" . . . Never happens
7-12-60 . . . 5-26-60.
Hockey 2, 3, Varsity Club 3.
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JANICE C. GIACHETTI
246 Atlantic Street
"Jan"-Rich . . . 7-15-60 . . . Tip-
pecanoe . . . F. N. 5 . . . "You're
Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club
V.P. 3, North Star 2, 3g Sketch
Club 1, 2, 3, Span. Natl. Honor
Society 3, Student Council 3.
SALLY ANN GIALLONGO
156 Elliot Avenue
"Sally"-K. P .... Montclair kids
. . . Cape Cod.
North Star 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2,
3, Prom Comm. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
Treas. 3g Teachers' Career Club
2, 3, Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Ma-
Ile! 3g Sketch Club 3.
BARBARA DIANE GIBSON
90 Knollwood Road
"Gibby"-"Hello, Darling!" . . .
Fri. 13th . . . Tall stick dropper
. . . Squantum.
Drill Team 1, 2, Head Majorette
1, 2, 3, Mane! 33
3, Glee Club
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3g Basketball
1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3g Rifle Club 3g
Library Staff 2g Nortlz Star 2.
ANDREA M. GILLESPIE
67 Shoreham Street
'1Andy"-4-27-60 . . . Q.S. of N.
. . . L. I. O. C. M .... G's house
Nurses' Career Club 1, V. P. 2,
Pres. 3, Prom Comm. 3g Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3g Student Leader 1, 23
Mane! 3, North Star 3g Bowling
2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y 23 H. R. Rep. 25
Dance Comm.. 1, 2.
Whether at home or away, North frustrated both
opposing pitchers and opposing coaches by producing
scoring power in excess. Although they lost to teams
such as New Bedford and rival Quincy, they calmly
defeated Thayer, Hingham, and Don Bosco. Eddie
Dunn was in constant demand by other schools to
pitch against Don Bosco after shutting them out twice
in succession. Gus Andrews also closed the door to
opposition scoring in shutting out Thayer. Coach Phil-
lips' hitting power showed up mainly in Eddie Car-
roll, Charlie Chambers, and Dick Omar, while Bill
Hay, Dan Connolly, and Jerry Crowley proved to be
the defensive standouts.
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Coach Ed Phillips
Beginning the season with a 8-7 victory over Milton
Academy, they went on to beat B.C. High 6-4 before
dropping their first to Quincy 8-0. Next they forgot
to score two more runs in the Weymouth game and
lost 4-3. Ashamed of this lapse of memory, they con-
jured up three shutouts in a row before losing to B.C.
High, again by one run. From here on in they ran into
tough opposition and dropped several in a row, with
another one run loss, this time by the score of 5-4 to
Hingham. However, they ended their season by beat-
ing Hingham 6-0. One suggestion: to progress as a
unit save some of the 10-0 wins for the 4-3 losses.
North 8 Milton Academy 7
North 6 B. C. High 4
North 0 Quincy 8
North 3 Weymouth 4
North 9 Don Bosco
North 3 Thayer
North 10 Don Bosco
North 3 B. C. High
North 0 New Bedford
North 4 Hingham
North 1 Weymouth
North 0 Thayer
North 3 Braintree
North 0 New Bedford
North 4 Quincy
North 6 Hingham
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PATRICIA ANN GILLIS
259 Newbury Avenue
"Pat"-Ruffy . . . 1-13-57 . . .
5-26-61 . . . "Bud!" . . . S.G.F. . . .
Sammy's . . . Howie's . . . Shultzie.
Girls' Club 33 Mane! Show 3.
25 Arnold Road
Off to Assawompsett . . . And B
. . . Errands for Mr. Mac.
Mane! Show 1g Girls' Club 3g Bas-
71 Willow Avenue
"Barb"-Gil . . . 9-17-60 . . . 10-
1-60 . . . May, 1961 . . . "N-i-c-e.'
Girls' Club 3g Pep Club 2, 33
Dance Comm. 2g Oflice 3.
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91 Hollis Avenue
GEORGE S. GOLEMIS
46 Mayflower Road
Ann 8a Joanne . . . Other third . . . 9-8-60 . . . 1965 . . . The big island
Night of June 4th.
Ofhce 2, 3g Girls' Club 3.
Track 2, 3g National Honor Soci-
ety 2g Science Fair 25 Rifle Club 1.
70 Glover Avenue
"Stevo"-9-6-59 . . . Lucille . . .
The driveway . . . Hotel Manhat-
Football 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 1, 2,
Pres. 3g Prom Comm. 2, Chair-
man 3g Dance Comm. 2g Prom
Usher 2g Graduation Usher 2g Ma-
net Show 2, 3g North Star 2, 3.
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20 Perry Road
"Flash"-Checkerboard square . . .
"O-o-oh" . . . Spanish girls, girls,
Soccer 3g Track 3.
AUDREY A. GORDON
168 Elmwood Avenue
Larry . . . Navy . . , 8-14-59 . . .
12-5-59 . . . "Who, me?" .. .
Office 3g Bowling 3g Manet 3g Pep
Club 2, 3g Girls' Club 3.
F. WILLIAM GORVEATT BARBARA ANN GOSLIN
178 Elm Street
Nov. 8, 1959 .
. . . "Hey, man.,
22 Flynt Street
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SANDRA E. GOWARD
16 Summit Avenue
"Sandi"-Hyannis 159 . . . Howie's
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ly mackerel!" . . . Y.F.A.S.P.
Pep Club lg North Star 1, 2, 33
Girls' Club 3g Sketch Club 2.
VERONICA L. GRAHAM
161 Holbrook Road
"Midge"--Bev's other half . . .
"French test! !" . . . The big four.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Teachers' Career
Club 3g Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3g
Library Staff 2.
BARBARA J. GRANAHAN
15 Carle Road
L. I. O. C. M .... "The trip" . . .
Roses . . . 10-21-60 . . . Bernardine
. . . Letters.
Majorettes 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2,
3g Teachers' Career Club 1, 3g
Girls, Club Exec. Bd. 3g Dance
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61 North Bayfield Road
Skating in N. H .... 10-4-60 . .
Honor Roll lg Basketball lg Tri-
Hi-Y 3g Receptionist 2, 3g Girls'
27 Walker Street
"Ellie"-Tom . . . 6-15-59 . . .
"Where's Gina?" . . . 6-60 . . . Sid-
ney Glick . . . 259.
Cheerleading 3g Student Council
3g Dance Comm. 2g Prom Comm.
2, 3g Basketball lg Girls' Club 3.
36 Holyoke Street
"Jack"-'55 DeSoto . . . 7-7-60
. . . '54 Pontiac . . . Naz" .
Murr . . . "Why not!"
Sketch Club 1, 2, 3.
Jim Vena ' '
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' B.H.S .... Jr. Prom . . . C.A.P.
215 Morrissey Boulevard
"Honey"-Bill . . . 11-23-59 . . .
Anchors away . . . Provincetown
. . . 7-62.
Norrh Star 1, 2g Pep Club 2, 35
Sketch Club 2.
135 Vassall Street
"Annie"-Joanne's and Clare's
other third . . . Ray . . . 9-17-60
. . . Howieis . . . Fergusorfs.
Oflice 33 Girls' Club 3.
SUSAN G. GREENFIELD
162 Milton Street
"Sue"-"Wong" . . . "My mind is
smiling" . . . Shortie skirts . . .
Glee Club 35 North Star 2, 3g
Prom Comm. 3, Sketch Club 1, 2,
3: H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 3: Dance
...U. S. A. F.
M. P. O. C. 1, 2, Pres. 3.
242 Elmwood Avenue
1-9-60 . . . "Oh, yeah?"
Baseball lg Key Club 3g Dance
Comm. 3g Hi-Y 3.
JANET A. HAMILTON
66 Forbes Hill Road
"Jan"-2-6-59 . . . Tom . . . The
gang . . . "Got everything, Beth?"
. . . Oh, well."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Red Cross
Council 3g Dance Comm. 1, 2: Pep
Club lg Girls' Club 3.
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North Quincy began its 1960-61 season in the fall
when Coach Dave Meaney called for some of the
local harriers to run for the Cross Country Team. This
year's team was the last for popular Coach Meaney,
who retired at the close of the season. Among those
runners who answered the call were John Palma, John
Monahan, Marty Butler, who won the South Shore
Meet, Junior Division, and Arnie Kaupp, who went
undefeated. North lost many heartbreakers such as
the meets against Weymouth, Rockland, and Arch-
bishop Williams but was consoled by two victories
over arch-rival Quincy.
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In Winter Track, North produced one of the finest
teams ever. With Coach Bob Gentry at the hehn,
North won live and lost only one. The Raiders de-
feated Belmont, state champions for the past two
years, by a score of 42-40 in their lirst meet. Next
they romped over Watertown 54-28, smothered Wey-
mouth 52-30, and ran away from Quincy 59-23.
North's only loss was against Arlington 46-36. Al-
though many felt that North was not up to par in the
State Meet, the Raiders linished fifth out of twenty-six.
North's top runners were John Parker in the dash,
George Hutt in the 300, Dennis Pearl in the 600, and
Arnie Kaupp in the 1000.
With the coming of the warm weather, North will
again move to the Cavanaugh dust bowl for Spring
Track. The team should do very well with its strong
nucleus of returning veterans. Coach Gentry has high
hopes for such standouts as Paul Chrestensen, A1
Gordon, Jim Sumner, Jim Mowbray, Jeff Simmons,
and Dick Kemp. Along with Coach Gentry, the year-
book editors feel that this has been and will be a
track team of which North can really be proud.
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Blonde? . . . Flex . . . B.H.M.I.
Key Club 3g Track 3.
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68 Walker Street
'Linda"-'gOlive Streetl' . . . De
Molay . . . '6Good kid, but-" . ..
Sketch Club 2, Glee Club 1, 2,
Girls' Club 3, North Star 3, Honor
Roll 2g High Honor Roll lg Cafe-
teria Helper 1.
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"Pegleg" . . . 7-29-50 . . . "Sure!"
. . . "Why not?" . . . Night owl . .
Ex. St. John.
Basketball 1g Glee Club 2, 3g
Sketch Club 3.
RICHARD A. HARRIS
507 Furnace Brook Parkway
"Richie"-A blonde and a car . .
Summer dates . . . "Bet your 1ife.'
Glee Club 1, 2, 3g North Star 3
Chapel Choir 1, 25 Honor Roll 1
Key Club 3.
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Dan Carey steams into the last lap.
Dennis and Paul long-leg it!
ANNA M. HARTFORD
154 West Elm Avenue
10-7-60 . . . "What a riot!" . .
Hummm . . . "You hot spook!"
Bowling 33 North Star 2, 3g Girls'
KENNETH C. HASLAM
63 Division Street
L'Ken"-Babaloo . . . June, '60 . . .
Stop and Shop . . . "Diane"
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571 Quincy Shore Boulevard
Donna-Johnny . . . The circle . . .
Squeaky seats . . . June 61-62.
Jr. Red Cross lg Drill Team 1, 2g
Majorettes 3g Receptionist 2g Tri-
Hi-Y 33 Bowling 3.
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65 Walnut Street
"Sandi"-South Shore Plaza .
Richard's . . . Teddy bears .
Oflice 3g Girls' Club 3.
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Johnnie Parker fights for that split second.
Marty and Arnie in their hour of triumph.
139 Vassall Street
"Bill"-The talker . . . Sunday af-
ternoon stickers . . . 1926.
Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Student Leader lg
Varsity Club 3.
PHYLLIS JEAN HAYDEN
116 Sachem Street
"Phyl"-8-21-60 . . . Wally
Anyhow . . . 6-2-61 . . . Seer
Girls' Club 3.
THEODORE HEDIN CAROLYN HENIHAN
147 Granger Street 62 Bowdoin Street
"Ted"-3-21-57 . . . Oct. 30, 1960 W. Y. C. .. . Clamdigger . . .
. . . Definitely not a Roman . . . "What a ball!" . . . Ho-Jo's . . . 5-
Band 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Dance Comm. 1,
2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3g Mane! 3,
North Star 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
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JULIA G. HIGGINS
40 Billings Street
"Julien-"Doc's" . . . Tripp's . . .
Nick's . . . NY not?ll
PATRICIA B. HENNELLY
55 Royal Street
"Pat"-Howie's . . . "Where's
Gail?" . . . T. D. H .... "Hey,
Mar" . . . Marge . . . Bono's . . .
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, H. R. Rep. 2, Glee
Club 3, Girls' Club 3, Dance
Comm. 2g North.Star 3.
22 Randlett Street
71 Atlantic Street
'1Whitey"-"The Beagle" . . . "Higie"-"Why not?" . . . The sup-
'1Sniggs" . . . Blueberry Lane . . .
Football 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 3g Ten-
nis 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2,
Treas. 3, North Star 3, Key Club
2, 35 Student Council 2.
ply room . . . N.Q.H.S.B. .
Band 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,
Golf 3, Radio and TV Club 1, 2,
M.P.O.C. 1, 2, 3.
JOANNE M. HOBART
59 Holmes Street
205 . . . "Money?" . . . Cottage
No. 4 . . . "School spirit?" . .
Long walks . . . G.R.T,F.
North Star 1g Mane! 33 Girls' Club
3, Honor Roll 1, 2, H.R. Rep. 3.
DONALD R. HOFFMAN
80 Forbes Hill Road
"Don"-9-58 . . . Science Fairs
. . . 10-60 . . . Class genius . . .
High Honor Roll 1, 2, Science
Club 1, V. P. 2, Pres. 3, National
Honor Society 2, 3, North Star 2,
3g Math Club 3.
Last year's booters came back this year for their
second season, as a tough, experienced, and well-or-
ganized Soccer Team. Nine lettermen returned, along
with twenty-eight candidates going out for the first
time. Of these new players Alan Gordan, Bill Jones,
Robert Braga, Jack Stoker, and Dick Kemp played
outstanding ball. Of the returning players, center Joe
O'Donnell was the highest scorer, getting thirteen
goals. Fullback and captain Jimmy Lynch, by using
his head a great deal, became an outstanding defender.
Our sensational goalie, Bill Mountford, did a great job
in all the games, but was very outstanding in the last
one with Duxbury, stopping many of Duxbury's drives,
Coach Paul Stanton
and helping greatly to win the game.
The season got off to a slow start with the team
losing to Norwell, Duxbury, and Sharon, but we
caught momentum, winning over Quincy and Avon.
Next we lost to both Norwell and Sharon, followed by
our win in the overtime period from arch-rival Quincy.
After the second win over Quincy, spirits were high.
Because of this, Avon and an out-of-the-league game
with Thayer were won with ease. The crucial test of
North's playing ability, however, came with the final
game of the season with Duxbury, which was won by
North, after a fourth quarter goal by Bill Quinn. '
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60 Rawson Road
The rat . . . Stickers . . . 1926 . . .
Baseball lg Track 2g Hi-Y 3g Prom
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BEVERLY J. HORAN
189 Holbrook Road
"Bev"-Midge's other half . . .
"Me, big?" . . . Four . . . "French
G' 1 ' . . ' ' . . .
lr S Club EX Bd .3' Teachers Ron and Al unite their passing strategy.
Career Club 33 National Honor
Society 2, 3g Library Staff 2g Hon-
or Roll 1, 2.
ALBERT W. HOTTELMANN
5 Oliver Street
"Al"-"Ginny" . . . Richard's . . .
Squantum . . . The green tank . . .
LAURENCE C. HUDDY, JR.
135 Farrington Street
"Luddy"-Orange Chev . . . "I'll
see ya" . . . 6-11-60 . . .Demo . . .
Manet 35 Biology Club lg Debat-
ing lg Key Club 3g Math Club 3.
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127 E. Squantum Street
"Pris"-Pris-Kevin . . . T. F. S. P.
...June, 1961 ...4-28-60.
Nurse's Office 2, 3g Glee Club 1g
Girls' Club 3.
17 Cummings Avenue
"Pat"-W.Y.C .... New York . . .
3 a.m. stroller . . . "I didn't mean
Glee Club 1, 2g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g
Dance Comm. 1, 2g Basketball 1,
2g Girls' Club 3.
CARENE S. HUTCHINSON
197 Farrington Street
"Shortie"-7-4-60 . . . Nantasket
. . . Blondes . . . Navy Ho-Jo's
. . . Pen pal.
Pep Club 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 3g
Girls' Club 33 Dance Comm. 2g
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2g Basket-
ball lg Ofiice 3.
99 Sharon Road
"Practice tonight, Coach?" . .
Track . . . Camera . . . Girls . .
Track 1, 2, 3.
51 Standish Avenue
Paddocks . . . Triumph . . . N. Y.
. . . S. Orleans . . . Summer, '60.
Teachers' Career Club 2.
ANN L. JACKSON ARLENE JACOBS DANA JOHNSEN ROY A. JOHNSON
142 Davis Street 8 Channing Street 262 Harvard Street 75 East Elm Avenue
Maryls other half . . .W.Y.C .... '1Lenie"-Pixie Lissane . . . 1'Like '1Dane"-"The unholy three" . . . Always remember Jan. 29, 1960
Champs . . . Summer vacation. crazy" . . . Wareham . . . Steu- P.F. Prez . . . "Records, anyone?" , , , "Hi!', . . . "How's it going?"
National Honor Society 2, 3, Tri- ben's. . . .Happy years. Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3,
Hi-Y 2, 3, Mane! 3, Bowling 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, North Star 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Manet Show 2, Honor Glee Club 2, 3, Math Club 3,
3, Norflz Star 1, 2, 3, Receptionist Honor Roll 1, Basketball 2, 3. Roll 1, 2. Prom Comm. 3.
3, Math Club 3, Basketball 2, 3.
Rick, Joe, and Bill put the ball in play.
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JARRYLL EDWARD JUDICE
82 Bellevue Road
"Jerry"-"Dixie" . . . "Doll" . . .
9-23-60 . . . 10-16-60 . . . The bug
. . . Texas.
Student Leader 1, 2, 3g Glee Club
1, 2, 3, Band lg Hi-Y 3.
ALFRED JOLY, JR. JAMES J. JORDAN DORIS L. JOYCE THOMASINA KANE
204 Wilson Avenue 46 Cheriton Road 36 Bromfield Street 18 Mgntglaif Avenue
"Al"-The mule . . . Four years "Jimmy"-Joan . . . Dec. 2, 1959 "DO-DOU-SWiI1giI1g - - - The gang "Tommy"-Fools rush in . .
with Mr. Yippo . . . "How!,' ,, , "Wild One," . . . 12-58 . . . 10-30-59 . . . Tozi's Cape Cod , , , "Who, me?" , ,
Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3g . . . The shy one. "Whistling Dixie,"
Key Club 3. Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3, Tri- Qfliee 2g Glee Club 33 Mawr 3?
H1-Y 2, 3g Red Cross Council 1, H0n0f R011 2,
2, 35 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3g Manet 3, Dance
Although last year's golf team proved
to be one of the linest in recent years
with a 10-3-2 record, this year Coach
Donahue's team hopes to improve upon
that splendid record. This year's team is
led by seniors Don Nicholas, John Cal-
lahan, Rich Duncan, Ted Kowilick, and
Bill Ghrenberger and sophomores Bob
Aiken and John Barkas. North, an inde-
pendent team, plays many of the state's
iinest teams including Archbishop Wil-
liams, Braintree, Brockton, Milton, Wey-
mouth, and arch-rival Quincy. We Wish
this yearls team the best of luck.
Lesson gil: Coach Donahue adjusts Casey's grip
10 Flagg Street
ARNOLD W. KAUPP
54 Appleton Street
"Marak"-'LAnyone seen Candi?" "Arnie"-LARJ . . . "Any prac-
. . . "Boo-boon . . . 'Tm hungry" tice tonight?" . . . 12:12.5 . . . Hot
. . . 402 . . . F.S. Guitar.
Girls' Club Ex. Bd. 3, Prom Cross Country '1, Co-capt. 2, Capt.
Comm. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mane! 3, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, Mane! 33 North
North Star 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Star 2, 3g Math Club Treas. 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3. Honor Roll 1, 2.
136 Clay Street
30 Sewall Street
"Helen"-Mike . . . l-1-59 . . . Bob . . . 10-2-59 . . Eddie
Hawaii . . . Y.B.H. Club . . . "You all"...Al,s clams Hate
'cGreat" . . . Clams . . . Pizza. snobs."
Girls, Club 3, Pep Club lg Glee Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Pep Club 1
Club 2g Nurses' Career Club 1. Girls' Club 3.
Last year in tennis, North's young
and inexperienced team came out with a
record of eight wins and eight losses.
This record was quite. a pleasant surprise
to many followers of high school tennis
on the South Shore. The team lost only
two members through graduation and is
looking forward to a successful 1961
campaign. Leading this year's team are
returning lettermen, Larry and Dan
Dworkin, Francis Rull, Richard Gorman,
Dave Higgins, and Dennis Linnane. Mr.
Roy Sinclair, after a short absence, will
take over the coaching chores from Mr.
The Dworkin Bros. and Dick G. size up
EILEEN M. KELLY HELEN A. KELLY DANIEL F. KENNEDY JANE KENNY
F. 122 Rawson Road 30 Albion Road 15 Piermont Street 15 Wadsworth Street
fi "Kelly"-Mike . . . L. I. O. C. M. 4-29-60 . . . "Let,s eat" . . . l1-8- "Dan"-"Not this kid" . . . The "Guess what?" . 5 20 60
fy . . . Shamrocks . . . P. J. Parties 60 . . . "Anyone for spaghetti?" hot '37 . . . 201 . . . Irish . . . Sandy Point 8-60 h
2 . . . Buckoo Buckoo. . . . "Oh boy!" U. S. N. he?"
l Drill Team lg Drum Majorette 23 Glee Club l, 2, 3g Nurses' Career North Star 2, 3.
H. R. Rep. 3g Girls' Club Ex. Bd. Club 1.2, 3.
I 3 .
The melodious tone of the saying: g'There's music
in the airl' has been a happy accompaniment by
North,s Glee Club to the school unity that makes for
progress. For surely the holiday mood of the Christmas
assembly, the joyous spirit of the spring concert, and
the litting dignity of the graduation response are the
strategically-placed contributions of the Music Depart-
ment "to soothe the savage breast" of many a harried
student. Indeed, vocal melody canlt help being the
emotional outlet of the select few that in turn pro-
duces the emotional satisfaction that motivates the
many to a balance and a perception favorable to
progress. All this have Mr. Bono and North's Glee
Club done for us.
42 Florence Street
"Shortie"-4-6-60 . . . 2-27-60 . .
Barb strikes the opening chord for Ted, Fred, Helen, Paul,
Craig, and Kitty.
"How 1ong?'l . . . U. S. N. . .
B. C. High
Girls' Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2.
KARREN E. KIRKLAND JANICE KLIER
163 Marlboro Street 46 Monmouth Street
"Kirky"-Romans 1:16 . . . Mutt "Pixie"-"Like thatis important"
and Jeff . . . "Be good!" . . . The . . . B. C. Dances . . .June 4, 1959
gang. . . . January 1, 1959.
Glee Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Teachers' Career Club 1, Treas. 3,
Tri-Hi-Y Treas. 2, 3, Girls, Club 3.
JOAN KLIER KILBY T. KLINE, JR.
46 Monmouth Street 210 Norfolk Street
"Chubby"-4-15-59 . . . "Hon" . . . "Tom"-"Nothin'f'
B. C .... "What is the scoop?" Hockey 2, 3, North Star 3.
. . . "Ragtime"
Student Leader 1, 2, Girls' Club 3,
Frank, Jim, Gary, and Mr. Mason are doing some behind-the-
M. P. P. C.
Believe it or not, this club actually pleases teacher
and student at the same time. Our motion picture
projectionists can be found in almost any classroom
shortly after a half-crazed teacher screams for help to
anyone in general. The club member finds the teacher
tangled in fifty feet of visual aid and immediately pro-
ceeds to disentangle both machine and teacher. If an
absolutely impossible situation crops up, Mr. Mason
is always available to add his knowledge to the club
member's to solve the problem. Meeting Thursday after
school, President Jim Hagan, Vice President Paul
Thomas, and Secretary-Treasurer Richard Anderson
try to keep the club from leaving en masse for Holly-
wood and greener pastures. Many thanks to the MPPC
and Mr. Mason for saving many an enjoyable period
from the troubles of sometimes balky equipment.
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32 Pratt Road
Y.B.H.C .... 6-1961 . . . Squan-
tumites . . . "Ooops" . . . "Gonna"
. . .W.S .... C.B.S .... D.W.
Nurses' Career Club 2, 3g Girls'
52 Cummings Avenue
"Rich"--Ricardo . . . Dan the man
. . . Majorettes . . . "Hey, Mabel."
THADDEUS W. KOWILCIK GEORGIA MARIE LAHAGE REGINA LANGILLE
1 18 Huckins Avenue 59 Channing Street 18 Hamilton Avenue
"Ted"-Curly . . . 10-31-60 . "Gigi"-Miserlou . . . Arabic . . . "Gina,'-Jerry . . . 10-25-58 . . .
l "Grad. fin'ly" . . . Corinne . 'Hnseprablsl' . . . Shay's . . . Da-Le 5-?-62 . . . Howie's . . . T. I. P.
1 Fun 'n food . . . Sports. . . . Lene. . . . Sidney . . . L'Come on, El."
Cross Country 2, 3g Track 2, 3,
Golf 2, 3.
Manet 3g Dance Comm. 3, Bas-
ketball 2g Office 1, 2g Jr. Red Cross
1, 2g Honor Roll 2.
Basketball lg Baseball lg Track 3.
Cheerleader 2, 3g Student Leader
l, 23 Mane! 33 Girls' Club 3g
H. R. Rep. 1, 2, 3.
Judy, Clare, Jeanne, Alyce, Marian, Pat, and-
let us not forget-Anne: The gay keepers of
In any serious-minded school it goes
without saying that the library is the
salient unit for progress, for here the stu-
dent body linds the source material that
serves as the foundation of learning, the
reference material that substantiates re-
search, and the literature, past and pres-
ent, that refines and ennobles.
And lucky we are at North that the
esprit de corps we always sense among
the oliicers Jeanne Saunders, Anne Da-
vis, Linda Shay, and Marian Wilson, the
sponsors Miss Sherman and Miss Countie,
and, in fact, the whole library staff radi-
ates to every student-freshman through
senior-so that unity for progress bene-
fits from a well-motivated setting.
ELAINE M. LAROCHELLE
5 North Central Avenue
George . . . 5-21, 22-60 . . . Sun-
shiners . . . Navy . . . Ho-Jo's . . .
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Majorettes 1,
2, Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3,
Ofiice 2, Pep Club Sec.-Treas. 3,
Red Cross Council 3, Girls' Club
3, Prom Comm. 2, Dance Comm.
2, Basketball 1.
MARJORIE L. LARSON JOANNE LAVALLEE RICHARD LAVERY
88 Edwin Street
"Margie"-6-10-61 . . . "What?', "Jon-Anne and Clarels other 'iDiCk',-6-2-61 - - - H- R- 223
. . . "Oh, yeahf' third . . . Johnnie . . . 10-30-59. Mr. Carlin . - .Hot Rod-
Girls' Club 3. Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3, North
Star 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3 ,Girls' Club 3-
Track 2, 3, North Star 1, Riiie
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Co-editor Candi unifies her staff-Gus, Barb,
Rona, and Carolyn-for NORTH STAR prog-
Where would North be without our if
ever-active, popular newspaper the
North Star manned this year by "Betty',
Scanlan and Candi Wilson, co-editors-in-
chief? No hot news escapes these two
who have barely put the latest issue to
press before beginning the crack-down
on the newest scoops from sports, editor,
"Gush Andrews, and activities, editor,
Barbara Shauller. Bearing in mind the
paper's excitement and bustle, Betty and
Candi depend on business manager, Paul
Riley, to keep our frequently-published
newspaper financially capable.
Serving under these department heads
and Adviser Murphy are several loyal
cub reporters who are the best news
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ARTHUR F. LAW
52 Ardell Street
"Skip"-"Where's Dick?" . . . B.C.
High . . . Kathy . . . Muchachas
. . . Dumb animal . . . "Montclair
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3,
Football 3, H. R. Rep. 2, 3, Var-
KATHLEEN MARIE LAWLER
44 Harriet Avenue
"Kathy"--614437 . . . "Cut me
out, pleasev . . . 3 A.M. strollers
. . . Y.B.H. Club.
Nurses, Career Club 2, Treas. 3,
Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 2, 3, Dance Comm.
1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Manet
3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, North Star
3, Pep Club 1, 2, Prom Usher 1.
21 Woodbriar Road
Hampton Beach . . . "It's too much
. . Y' Harbor Grill beep.
Norlh Star 1, Basketball 1, 2,
Dramatic Club 2, Glee Club 2.
RITA A. LEAHY
142 Farrington Street
"Olie"-g'How's that grab you?'
. . . 7-4-60.
Prom Comm. 2, Glee Club 3
Dance Comm. 2, North Star 1.
67 North Central Avenue
'iLeak,'-4-19-58 . . . "Y knot"
. . . 28th of June.
Glee Club 1, Motion Picture Op-
erators, Club 3.
9 Gladstone Street
"Henry"-10-15-60 . . . Bill . . .
S.T.L.A.D.G .... HENRY . . . A
Glee Club lg Nurse's Oiiice 3,
Sketch Club 1, 2, Girls' Club 3.
ALYCE M. LINDAHL
51 Ocean Street
Jam Session . . . 4-29-60 . . . The
good group . . . "You know" . . .
Band 1, 2, 3, Library Staff 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1,
2, Biology Club 1, North Star 1.
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"Will the meeting please come to or-
der!" With these words Prexy Paul Riley
Wakens the twenty-seven Student Coun-
cil members every Thursday at 7:45
A.M. Guided by Vice President Rona
Van der Molen, Secretary Lucille Mar-
chant, Treasurer Pete Cooke, and Mr.
Roberts, the Council has held several
successful dances and assemblies and has
sold many bookcovers, bannerettes, and
At the planning stage of
"School Beautifull' Rona,
Pete, Paul, Lucille, and
Mr. Roberts get together.
decals. Although the project for the year,
a new lawn, was held up by plansfor a
new gym, North may have its "face
liftedl' in a few years because of the ef-
forts of this year's Council. However, the
most important function of the Student
Council is to serve as the unit in the
school through which the students and
teachers can express their views and thus
help North to keep progressing.
JAMES B. LINDHOLM
17 Wedgewood Street
"Jim',-Kowabonga . . . 10-1-60
...Cyndi . . . Scuba . . . 94 E.S.
Mane! 3, Track 3, Glee Club 2, 3g
Hi-Y, V.P. 3, Science Club 3,
Drama Club 2, Spanish Honor
Soc. Treas. 3.
142 Clay Street
C. 2, Soccer 2.
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DENNIS' W. LINNANE PAUL LLOYD
31 Division Street
WHA . . . H.Y.B .... "Think Big party . . . Graduation . . . Up
you're big enough?" . . . A.S.C.C. the Y . . . Hot car . . . Ho-Jo's.
Basketball 2, Tennis 2, 3, M.P.O. Hi-Y 3, Debating 3.
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The motto of Northis newest club, La
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica is "Todos
a Una" or "All togetherf' Each member
pledges himself to master the Spanish
language because, through language,
bonds of friendship can be formed with
other countries. Thus, the club does its
part in bringing about international unity
so necessary for world progress and well
The officers of Northis Herman Cortes
Chapter are: Maxine Derany, President,
Sabine Schmidtke, Vice President, and
James Lindholm, Secretary-Treasurer. In
all, there are eleven members, selected
for their high achievement, from the ten
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16 Janet Road
L.I.O.C.M .... "Oh, wellli' . . .
Ho-Jo's . . . 9-15-60.
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, Prom
Comm. 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Bowling 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 2, 3,
Glee Club 3, Oflice 2, Substitute
141 Beale Street
flavors . . . H.R.
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175 Beale Street
"Lee"-Hate snobby girls . .
"Just ain't no way!"
101. Basketball 1, 2, Rifle Clu ,
I'll say" . . .
JAMES J. LYNCH
156 Sherman Street
"Lynchie,'-"Booter', . . . 9-9-60
. . . 10-27-60 . . . "Say, buddie"
. . . "Hot Olds."
Soccer 2, Capt. 3, Rifie Club 1,
V.P. 2, Pres. 3, Track 1, 3.
JOSEPH GERARD LYNCH
75 Hamilton Avenue
"Joe"-Hot dog . . . Brett's . .
The Cape . . . A.A.C.
FAITH A. LYNN
9 Moon Island Road
"FiFi"-Mr. Jack '59-'60 . . . Aunt
FiFi '60 . . . Joe-Marshfield.
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Girls Club 3, Basketball 1.
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As officers of National Honor Society, Ron,
Lloyd, Charlene, and Ruth take their work
The entrance to the golden path of
success leads from Northls National Hon-
or Society to the outside world of op-
portunity that is waiting after graduation.
North's exclusive society boasts of the
junior and senior classes' elite who are
outstanding in leadership, character,
scholarship, and service. Advising the
honor membership are Ronald Petrus,
President, Ruth Scanlan, Vice President,
Charlene Entwistle, Secretary, and Lloyd
Rogers, Treasurer-all presiding under
the pleasant guidance of Miss Louise Fi-
lield and Miss Marie Youngerman.
Those who have earned membership
to the National Honor Society will be
the men and women of tomorrow who
will bring additional fame to N.Q.H.S.
JANET K. MacDONALD RICHARD MacDONALD DAVID L. MacDOUGAL, JR. PETER MAHER
143 Everett Street 57 Wedgewood Street 109 North Central Avenue 10 George Road
"Kirk"-A.M.C .... "Hey, Char- 'LRichie"-"The "Mac', .. . Squan- "Dave,'-Jr. Prom . . . D.T .... Shad-up . . . "6-11-61 will it ever
lie!" . . . B.F.C.L .... Co-co . . . tum Boys . . . '56 Pontiac . . . Totem Pole . . . U.S.N.R. come?" . . . "Who, me?"
"No-go" . . . 3D's . . . L.I.O.C.M. Crash.. . Woll. Beach. Track 1.
. . . "Now?"
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Debating Club 1,
Mane! Lay-out Editor 3, Major-
ettes 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Math
Club Sec. 3, Honor Roll 2, Prom
Comm. 2, Dance Comm. 2.
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9 Elmwood Avenue
Del . . . Blondels .
Submarines . . . 6-61
MARION A. MAJENSKI
221 Hollis Avenue
f'Snooky,'-Geo-Leo . . . "Think
so, do ya?" . . . 5-26-61 . . . V.A.
M.S .... f'Smile!"
Majorettes lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, H.R.
Rep. 2, 3g Honor Roll 1, Basket-
ball lg Math Club 3.
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21 Janet Road 26 Aberdeen Road
Steve . . . 9-6-59 . . . L.I.O.C.M. "Barb,'-Eddie . . . UConn. . . .
. . . The Trip . . . 11-3-60 . . . 9-9- 5-6-60 . . . Howieis . . . '58 Edsel
58 . . . 205. . . .Sidney Glick.
Manet Editor-in-Chief 33 Honor Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Nurses' Career
Roll 1, 2, National Honor Society Club 2, 3, Bowling 3, Girls' Club
2, 33 Class V.P. 2, Student Coun- 3g Receptionist 3.
cil Sec. 3, Debating 1, 2, Teachers'
Career Club 1, 2g Dance Comm.
1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, North Star 1, 2,
Girls' Sports 1, 3.
For the casual spectator standing in
the fourth floor corridor, a big explosion .
accompanied shortly thereafter by a
shower of flying glass and a body slam-
ming against the opposite wall may be -
unusual. The Science Club is used to
such miscalculationsg the body calmly
peels himself off the wall and returns to
the experiment. Actually, the most com-
mon sight is of a strange man entering
meetings Thursday afternoons in 429
with an empty briefcase and leaving with
a bulging one. The curious may see the
same man entering a car marked U. S.
Government parked outside. The ofhcers
Donald Hoffman, Christine Jensen, Judy
Perley and Peter Rubin along with Miss
Schields seem to unite the club for the
whole countryls progress.
Cyndi, Don, and Joe check the accuracy
of a new balance.
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Paul, Candi, Mr. Donahue, Gus, and
Helen have progressed united.
The squaws and braves of Yakoo's home reserva-
tion, North Quincy High, many moons ago threw their
torches into the ceremonial fires and elected new pow-
wow men. Heap Big Chief "Gusl' Andrews whoops it
up in his new war paint, as Big Chief No. 2, Candi
Wilson, dances in the circle ahead of Write-'um-down-
Chief Helen Oakes and Clean-'um-pockets CSSD Chief
Paul Coughlan, to the delight of all of the Injuns who
smoke-'um-peace pipe around the ceremonial ring.
The Yakoo Senior Class '61 war path trails to tepee
325, the beaded tent house of the worthy Medicine
Man, Mr. Donahue, who cures all ills and vanishes all
bad spirits after a very ghostly study of the evils.
The beating of the tom-toms announces the event
of big pow-wows where, after a smoky session with
the peace pipes, Chief f'Gus" uses his trusty bow to
quiet the cries of the lazy squaws and braves by setting
up small war parties where they can wear off their
energy by planning big festivals for the nights of the
quarter moon: two Senior Class Dances, the night
the heavens let their stars play in twinkling delight as
a good omen, the Senior Prom, and the final ap-
pearance ofthe full moon, Class Day.
As we gaze into strange tee-pee fires after we've
packed our ponies and have spread out to other
reservations, we'll never forget the glow of the Camp
Fire of Knowledge at 'North Quincy that we all took
a little warmth from and added a little fuel to.
Gus, Candi, Helen, and Paul lead the moccasinned
Raiders quietly away from the grilling of buffalo and
of exams, from scalping and report cards, to brave the
new frontiers of the wide open spaces and the future.
Yes we of Yakoo are ready for anything and everything.
26 Aberdeen Road
THEODORE E. MARTIN
12 East Elm Avenue
'tlerryl'-"Jack'l . . . Army . . "Moose"-"Kitty Hawk's Roast"
2-9-60 . . . Norwood . . . 2 B's . . . . . . 10-25-60 . . . "Gus for Prexyf'
13-1 . . . "Hey, Mary" . . . "Hon" Basketball 2g Track 2, Glee Club
Girls, Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3g 33 Math Club 3.
Nurses' Career Club 3.
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47 Russell Street
"Lu" "Cia"-5 us's .. . Summer
'60 . . . Chandler . . . Honey Bun
Pep Club lg Drill Team 2g Sketch
Club 2, Chairman Dance Comm.
and Prom 2, Mane! Show 2, Lay-
out Ed. North Slar 3.
29 Faxon Road '
"Carl"-Ho-Jo's . . . Carhops
Record hops . . . 6-14-59.
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Helen combines a smile with business.
Gus sharpens up before the class meeting.
Paul does his "darndest" to make ends meet.
Candi relaxes after the meeting.
23 Ruthven Street
"Iannie"-Cottage No. 4 . . . 9-
24-60 . . . Neponset . . . L.T.G.T.-
R.W.B .... 4-29-60.
Nurses' Career Club 23 Mane!
35 Girls' Club 3g Honor Roll 1, 2g
Dance Comm. 2.
141 Harvard Street
"Gerry',-7-4-60 . . . Joan's other
half . . . Bombing Corvair . . .
Drill Team 1, 2g Drum-Majorettes
3g Tri-Hi-Y 3g Nurses' Career
Club 2, 3g Dance Comm. 2, 3g
Girls' Club 3.
2 Milton Road
"Mac"-"Hot Chev" . . . "Forget
it" . . .Army . . . 5-19-61.
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120 Hamden Circle
"Umm Why?" . . . L.I.O.C.M . .
"C'est la vie." . . . "Be good" . .
North Star 2, 3g Mane: 3g Nurses
Career Club 2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3
Glee Club 3g Dance Comm. 2.
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111 Morrissey Boulevard
George . . . "Will-ya?" . . . 5-20-60
. . . Sidney Glick . . . 259.
Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. 2,
Dance Comm. 2, Oflice 3.
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8 Lillian Road
"Jimmy'l-Art Theater . . . Wolly
Theater . . . Ho-Jols . . . Clam-
Norzh Star 2, 3, Cross Country lg
75 Harvard Street
"Little Mack"-Chicken Coop . . .
Mont. Parties . . . Q.H.S. Kids . . .
Prom Comm. 2, Teachers' Career
Club 3, Receptionist 3, Library
Staff 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 3,
Maner 3, Dance Comm. 2, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3.
87 Granger Street
"Frank"-F.C.C .... Howie's . . .
Newport Del . . . S.C. 8a G.A.
Honor Roll 2, Math Club 3g Sci-
ence Club 3.
Louis, Gail, Miss McCoy, Betty, and Debby progress united.
They say that behind every successful
man there is a womang but behind Jun-
ior Class President Louis Malzone, there
are three: Veep Gail Welch, Secretary
Debby Wye, and Treasurer Betty Apsit.
These four junior executives are con-
stantly challenged with things to be done,
starting the busy year with the hectic fall
Halloween record hop and winding up
in the spring with the comparatively new
romantic spectacular, the Junior Prom.
Freshmen, sophomores, and seniors
alike can usually look to the juniors for
a new gimmick such as arousing school
spirit with ten-cent red cardboard foot-
balls, urging North on at Thanksgiving.
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Thanks to sponsor Miss McCoy, the
eleventh graders really work on projects
just as gigantic but not as extravagant as
the Seniors. One of their main goals is to
build up the Junior Class treasury from
nothing to something which will carry
over in the senior year with funds for
the best Prom ever. 1
The glow that the Junior Class officers
spread warms their classmates to moti-
vation and inspires them to pitch in and
enthusiastically join committees, commit-
tees, and more committees. Thus the
Junior Class surely does progress united,
for this cooperation helps to make both
the Junior and Senior years the greatest.
Prexy Louis takes it easy.
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165 West Squantum Street
"Jerry"-"Hough's Neck" . . .
"Which way to Jamaica Plain?"
. . . Girls.
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Secretary Debby pauses in taking the minutes.
DOROTHY M. MCCORMICK
1 48 Hobart Street
"Dottie"-Plum Island . . . 12-24-
59 . . .Ho-Jo's. . .Bunny . . .
B.F .... Sunshiners.
Prom Comm. 2g Glee Club 1, 2,
3g Nurses' Career Club lg Pep
Club 1, 2, 3g Nurse's Office 2, 3g
"Who can change this one?" chuckles treasurer Betty.
22 Merrymount Avenue
A1-1-4-3 . . . U.S.M.C .... 9-10-59
. . . 12-25-59 . . . L.I.O.C.M. . .
Dance Comm. lg Girls, Club 3.
31 Densmore Street
"Bill"-December 12, 1960 . . .
Diane . . . Y.B.H. Club . . . Sum-
158 Harriet Avenue
"Evie"-Joe . . . 11-10 . . . "Good
morning!" . . . "Car'?" . . . Yakety-
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, Sec. 33
Nortlz Star 1, 2, Dance Comm. 2,
Girls' Club 3, Health Service 2, 3,
Honor Roll 2.
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35 Myrtle Street
Sat. high stepper! . . . L.I.O.C.M.
. . . "TerriIic!" . . . A true blonde.
National Honor Society 2, 3g Ma-
jorette 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. 2, 3,
Honor Roll 1, 2, Prom Usher 2,
Mane! 33 Mane! Show 1, 2g
Dance Comm. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Office 1, 2.
174 Farrington Street
"Kitty"-E 8a D's missing link . . .
Warm milk . . . G.N.K.T.B. . . .
5-21, 22-60 . . . N.V.P.
Mane! 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3g
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3,
Health Service 3, Red Cross
Council 1, 3, Receptionist lg Pep
Club 1, 3, Dance Comm. 2g Bas-
ROBERT J. MCLEAN
23 Vassall Street
"Mack the knife"-"The Rusty
Trunk" . . . "Hello, Baby."
Standing constant guard against ag-
gression upon North Quincy is our own
Rifle Club. Every Monday and Wednes-
day at 7:00 it meets, formulates plans of
attack, and proceeds to demolish targets
in Atlantic's gym with uncanny accuracy.
Trying to keep out of the way of flying
projectiles is Mr. Burgess, who shows the
club the fundamentals of this fascinating
sport. President James Lynch, along with
his Vice President Bill Ohrenberger, Sec-
retary Virginia Lantery, Treasurer Craig
Jackson and Range Master Al Greene
is always at the front of the line. The
club is ever increasing in popularity and
for both its experienced and novice
members it is the highlight of the week.
Let's hope that the Rifle Club will con-
tinue to keep together and move forward
as one of the most popular and interest-
ing of North Quincy High School's extra-
Firing squads at N.Q.H.S. are all in fun.
The subject of math may and does
scare many of us, however, there are
some in our group who also find it enjoy-
able. These are the seniors who spend
one Tuesday a month messing up Miss
Horrigan's blackboards with nonsensical
symbols. But don't let the one Tuesday
a month fool you. It's not unlikely for the
hardy soul who wakes up the school
every morning to find one of the erst-
while members of the club wandering
bewilderingly up and down the fourth
floor with used math paper five inches
deep strewn behind him. If you happen
to find one, don't scare him. Just notify
President John Coury, Vice President
Ruth Scanlan, Secretary Janet MacDon-
ald or Treasurer Arnie Kaupp. They are
as skilled in handling this type of prob-
lem as they are with the advanced
33 Pope Street
"Where's Elsie?" . . . The Big
Four . . . 4-29-60 . . . "Tough
Teachers' Career Club 1, 2, 3,
Bowling 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Career
Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Prom
Comm. 2, Mazzet 3, H. R. Rep. l,
Dance Comm. 2.
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CLARE L. MCNEICE
92 Hamilton Avenue
Tare . . . I.W.A.J.F.T.S .... July
1960 . . . My kids . . . Hull.
Library Staff Pres. 1, 2, 3, Teach-
ers' Career Club 1, 2, 3, Bowling
2, 3, Nurses' Career Club 2,
Dance Comm. 2, Receptionist 1,
North Star 3, Pep Club 1.
91 Dundee Road
"Joe"-7-29-60 . . . Nash Mobile
. . . Shotgun, Rainsford Is. . . .
B.W. and B.L.
Football 2, Baseball 1, Track 1.
JANET M. MELEEDY
21 Becket Street
"Jan"-9-9-59 . . . W.B.P. . . .
Howie's . . . 15 . . . "Why not?"
. . . "Hey, Joanne" . . . R.R.
Girls' Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Cheerleader 2, 3, North Star 3,
Prom Comm. 3, Student Leader
John and Arnie are both at the theoretical stage-Ruth is putting into practice Janet's theory.
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6 Pope Street
Bang . . . 10-21-60 . . . Oods.
Each new visitor to North re-
ceives a favorable impression of
our school as soon as he steps
through the front door. He is '
greeted by a welcoming smile and
then is given careful directions on
how to find his way through our
maze of corridors. Our team of re-
ceptionists are always right on the
job in greeting our guests and in
providing the friendly atmosphere
which characterizes our school.
Hardly anyone can lose his way
when armed with instructions from
these girls. These promoters of
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117 Norfolk Street
"Jorge"-June '57 . . . Room 405
. . . "Not a regular" . . ."Talli
Basketball 1, 2, H. R. Rep. 1.
975 Hancock Street
Green Fiat . . . "Mingle with so-
friendly relations are living exam-
ples of unity for progress so quickly
do they make the stranger feel at
Moe wonders about Carol's directions.
20 Safford Street
Comrades Al, Mal,
Biology Club 1.
H Af hh!
68 Barham Avenue
and Arnie . . . "Margie"-Texas . . . 8-24-60 . . .
Howie's . . . "Hey Pat!', . . . 9-12-
59 . . . Sidney Glick.
Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-head 3g
Dance Comm. Chairman 2, Bas-
ketball lg Girls' Club 3.
145 Highland Avenue
"Jim"-Unholy three . . . Watusie
. . . "Do I have to run, Coach?"
Cross Country 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3,
Math Club 3, Honor Roll 1.
Under the sporting leadership of
Dianne Crowley, Pres., Clare Cav-
anaugh, Veep, Elaine LaRochelle,
Sec.-Treas., and Mr. Roy Sinclair,
sponsor, the Pep Club girls ex-
ploded school spirit all over the
place. In their new outfits of black
kilts and red sweaters, these girls
unified the enthusiasm of the spec-
tators and the playing-field know-
how of the teams into many an
athletic victory. In fact, the girls are
still masses of goose pimples of de-
light over the lift they gave towards
the Thanksgiving victory over arch-
Our peppy high-steppers: Clare, Diane, and Elaine.
RICHARD MULCAHY RITA MULDOWNEY THOMAS A. MULVANEY
61 Holmes Street 43 Colby Road 13 Essex Street
"Dick"-Carol . . . 8-26-60 . . . "Re"-N-I-C-E . . . U.S.C.G .... "Tom"-6-10-61 . . - VCrm0nI . . .
4-29-60 . . . 5-20-60 . . . B.C. Ken .. . 1-18-60 . . . Chevy . . . 13-1 - . . '50 Ford . . . "Wrecker1
Football 3, Key Club 2, 3, Rifle 5-20-60 . . . "Too badl' . . . Pizza. M0UHt3iH,, - - - The ISlHHd.
Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 3.
North Star, Exchange Ed. 1, 2, 3,
Teachers' Career Club 1, 2, 3,
Honor Roll 1, 2g Pep Club 1, 2g
Drama Club 1, 25 Receptionist 3.
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ELIZABETH A. MUNNICK
97 Alstead Street
"Betsey"-6-10-61 . . . 5-26-61
. . . "Patience is a virtue."
Girls' Club 3.
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ROBERT L. MURPHY
95 West Elm Avenue
"Muff,-Betty's Day Nursey . . .
Ho-Jo's . . . Ma Koury's . . . 6-5-
8 Hancock Terrace
"Muggsy"-The Down's . . .
Howie's pals . . . Earl-my other
half. . . 9-5-59.
Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2,
3, Prom Comm. 3.
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58 Webster Street
"Ginny"-New York, N. Y. . .
"Like wow, man" . . . "The grue-
32 Piermont Street
"Ne Ne"-3-24-60 .. . R.B. . . .
"Why not?" . . . R.R .... Rich-
ardls . . . "Hey, Ianetf'
Girls' Club 3.
347 East Squantum Street
"Lyn"-R.O.Y.G.B.I.V .... N.-
E.D.H .... Diners' Club . . . "Do-
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Oflice 3.
BOYS' STUDENT LEADERS
Undoubtedly most of Miss Gray's worries in this otherwise healthy
world came from the student leaders. Her fears are seldom based on
fact, however. Although walking on the ceiling is definitely rather
dangerous, these boys do it with impunity. Actually, Miss Gray's
only case this year came from a slightly confused but game freshman
who would up in health service after trying to pass the parallel bars
to deliver a note to Mr. Rickson. There is a lesson to be learned here.
If you are a perpetual note-deliverer, beware of Room 111 Monday,
Wednesday, or Friday last period. You might unexpectedly meet
such assorted characters as Paul Chrestensen, Dick Sacchetti, Skip
Pierce, or Jerry Judice in some very assorted positions.
Although the boys learn almost everything flipped in their direc-
tion, there is always more to try. The club keeps moving forward
to the credit of themselves, of their adviser and teacher Mr. Rickson,
and of North Quincy High School as a whole.
26 Arnold Road
L'Ron"-325 . . . Wash. D. C. .
5:03 . . . 127 . . . "Clams"
Cross Country l, 2, 3g Track
DONALD B. NICHOLAS
47 Freeman Street
"Don"-Bullganon . . . The dub-
ber . . . "Pray, boys" . . . BeBe . .
Golf 2, 3g Hi-Y Chaplain 3, Ma-
LINDA G. NORDSTROM
320 Elmwood Avenue
"Nordy"-Luther League . . . 209
. . . "Going home?" . . . "Slow
downl, . . . Klunka.
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3, Girls'
Club 33 Science Club lg Mane!
3g Honor Roll lg Receptionist 3.
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Rich looks at life upside down.
Marty rockets into space.
A handstand on the parallel bars is all in a day's work for
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122 Kemper Street
"Tom" . . . Ho-Jo's . . . '50 Merc
. . . Ann's Day Nursery . . . Greek
HELEN MARIE OAKES
13 Oakridge Road
"Oaksy"-Paul . . . 10-31-59 . . .
C.H.E.M.P.S .... S.S.C .... W.B.
. . . Senior Prom . . . 6-61.
Class Sec. 2, 35 Student Council
1, 2g Tri-Hi-Y 3g Glee Club 2, 33
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3g Prom
Comm. 3: Norrlz Star 2g Pep Club
Sec. lg Mane! Show 1, 2, 3g Hon-
or Roll 1, 2.
Danny, Skip, and Jerry-a coordinated trio.
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North's drum majorettes are now stepping higher
than ever before, thanks to the original and ingenious
plans of their ever-patient and always-energetic spon-
sor, Mr. Roy Merritt.
When the girls gather in 228 every fall Monday
afternoon, there's a mad scramble to receive the pre-
cise diagrams for their new routine for the next Satur-
day's game. While the victorious North Football team
practices the T-formation, our enthusiastic majorettes
perfect the NQ and visiting schools' initials formation.
Every auttunn Saturday afternoon the high-steppers
drill pre-game to the energizing tones of "Rah for
Pam and Diane march with precision.
North Quincy!" and drill during half-time jamborees
to peppy routines which dazzle the spectators in the
bleachers and lure the others away from the hot
As head majorette Pam Sawyer blows the Whistle,
every gal steps left, right, in unison Cwatch the rear
linelj and displays twirling magnificence to the wel-
come cheering which makes the long practice hours
worthwhile. And this year Thanksgiving morn saw the
ultimate reward as our two squads, the football and
the majorette, earned the privilege of parading victori-
31 Blake Street
"Pat"-Paul . . . May '59 . . . Let-
ters . . . Hot '50 Pontiac . . . Al's
. . . Sudsy.
Bowling 35 Library Staff 3g Basket-
ball 1, Girls' Club 3, Nurse's Of-
64 Barnham Avenue
"Ginny"-Mom . . . 209 . . . "Why
not?" . . . "l, 2, 3, rah" . . . Tears
. . . Marshfield-Tri.
Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Student Coun-
cil 1, North Star 1, 2, 33 H. R.
Rep. 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club Exec. Bd.
3, Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, Ring
Comm. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
Anyone who found an absence of females in North's
corridors on Tuesday afternoons had only to find his
way to the gym. There, some of the decisive battles
of the day were being waged. The contestants, who
often dressed themselves in odd fashions, took their
work seriously, and struggled earnestly to bring glory
to their team. Their instruments: large brown balls
which inflicted sharp pain when bounced on someone's
Thus, the visitor found North's Girls' Basketball
Teams. He often laughed 'at the trivial scores and the
strange titles of the teams, but the girls' work was
impressive. They displayed spirited loyalty to their
team whether they Won or they lost. What each girl
lacked in talent was made up for by her enthusiasm
and intent to win the game.
This year's turnout for the basketball tournament
proved it to be one of the most popular institutions at
North and one that is surely here to stay.
SIGNE I. OLSON
28 Hamden Circle
"Sig"-Ron . . . Convenience . .
"Hey, kid" . . . "Shore-nuf" . . .
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Mane! Show
2, 3g Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Bas-
A lump ball C3115 for Quick ketball 2, 33 Health Service 3,
action from Karren and Carol. Nurses, Career Club 1
JOSEPH W. O'DONNELL
250 Newbury Avenue
"Joe"-3-28-59 . . . 11-10-59 . . .
Eve . . . Bok's.
Key Club 2, Pres. 3, Student
Council 33 Science Club 1, Treas.
2, 3, Soccer 2, 3g Track 1, 2.
99 South Central Avenue
"Dick"--"Slow but steady" . . . 13
to 1 Club . . . 6-11-61.
Rifle Club 2.
97 Appleton Street
WILLIAM A. OHRENBERGER
136 Davis Street
"Bill"--Hot Chevy . . . Betty's
Day Nursery . . . "Where's Tar-
zan?" Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1 2 3
Rifle Team 2, V.P. 33 Motion Pic- Varsity Club 1. 2, 3-
ture Operators' Club 1, 2, Golf 1,
"Dick"-"Don't be difllcult
11-2-59 . . . Maureen 4 17 59
To Jerry's, Pat's, and Don's delight, Jimmy moves that the meeting be adjourned.
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HAROLD E. O'NEILL
587 Hancock Street
"Hal"-"Eating food and watch-
ing sports are tops."
Here's a wonderful iind for all the
girls of N.Q.H.S. This male entourage is
planning everything from dances to com-
munity projects. An extra note for all
you who may be contemplating a better
life under a different ideology-the
group has been to hear Herb Philbrick.
North has nothing to fear from insur-
Carl Hohmann is becoming an expert
at banging the gavel, but he's getting
tired of telling his Vice President Jim
Lindholm that he should have done his
physics homework before the meeting.
Secretary Jerry Judice would like to
know what "the minutesn are, and where
is Ed Rioux and all the money? It looks
as if Mr. McLeod surely has his problems
in getting these guys united for progress.
THOMAS PALMER LOUISE PANARO JOHN PARKER JAMES-F. PAUL
36 Granger Street 219 Farrington Street 16 M0I1I110Ufh Stfflef 11.-B Wlllet Street
"Tom"H.R. 101 . . . "Hi, fella" "Penny"-Sulani . . . Surf . . . i'T6X',-8-27-60 . . . "B1L1CbCrrY H-1lm"-Tfumpefef - - - Drum
. . . Likes cars . . . Laughs . . . Boston . . . Lucky Strike . . . 10- Lane" . . . "More or less" . . . Corps . . . 8-27-60 . . . What am
Zidney Zorch . . . Fern. 21-59. Humble, Texas- Idomg here?
Basketball 13 Honor Roll lg Girls' Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 Band 1, 2, VP- 3-
Club 3. Track 1, 2, 3.
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ROBERT W. PAYNE DENNIS PEARL JEFFREY PEARL
19 Safford Street 14 Rice Road 14 Rice Road
Bob"-Bob. J 329 . . . C.B. 209 S'Den"-Light blue V .... Howie's "Jeff"-"Nice A" . . . "Say, Pal"
'53 Merc . . . "Look out!" . . . '1Hey, Jeff" . . . "Say, Thad" . . . Moose . . . Dandy . . .
Glee Club lg Sketch Club 1. . . . 7-4-60. "Where's Den?" . ..Ki1ler.
Track 1, 2, 3g Varsity Club 1, 2. 33
Football 2, 3: Norrlz Star 2. 3.
Bd. 33 Dance Comm. 3.
Football 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2. 3: Key
Club 3g Varsity Club 1. 2. Exec.
48 Appleton Street
Doc's . . . 10-31-59 . . . Dorches-
ter . . . Charles River . . . Y.B.H.
Nurses' Career Club l, 2. 3g Girls'
Have you ever been in last period
study with the warm sun on you, using
your English book for a pillow when the
band, practicing outside, roused you
with its stirring roll of drums and blare of
trumpets? Then you undoubtedly have
not appreciated the band. You are in the
minority, however, for the band, meeting
last period Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday, is certainly appreciated. They
haven't lost a football game in years! Mr.
Ferrante is kept very busy cleaning out
trombone slides plugged with gum by
President Carol Wright, Vice President
James Paul, Secretary Bill Turner, and
Treasurer Tom Lyons. I'm sure none of
us will ever forget the band marching
down the football field last November
Believe it or not. Ted. Louise. Carol. Gina.
Dave. and Jim can unite for musical harmony.
30 Eddie Street
9-21-59 . . . Sidney Glick . . . The
Cape . . . Johnny . . . "Really?"
Nurses' Career Club 2. 3: Basket-
ball 2. 35 Dance Comm. 1: Girls'
RONALD J. PETRUS
33 Hamden Circle
"Ron"-LARJ . . . "205" . .
"How about that?" . . . UAW,
Coach" . . . Mile . . . VW.
Cross Country 3, Track 2, 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, Pres. 3
Manet, Business Manager 3, H.R
Rep. 1, 2, 3, Dancex Comm. 2
Honor Roll 1, 2, Math Club 3.
45 Flynt Street
"Pat"-Sept. 1959 . . . Sept. 1960
. . .May 1959 . ..F.D.J. ...Mad
Nurses' Club 1, 3, Glee Club 2, 3,
French Club, Sec. 2, Science Club
1, 2, Library Staff 1, 2, Girls'
JAMES M. PHILLIPS
109 Gridley Street
f'Jimmy"-Artistic talent . . . An
enthusiastic Sports fan.
Track 1, 2, Soccer 2, Soccer Man-
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The year 1960-1961 was one of innovation for the
cheerleading squad. And, indeed, why not? With a
new and peppy sponsor, Mrs. Averill,,the girls caught
a collegiate contagion. First, with foresight they held
tryouts last spring for the new cheerleaders. And don't
think for a minute that this was not the most basic
move made in a long time, for the value of late sum-
mer practice sessions paid off richly in the fall.
Then to symbolize all the nuances of the school
colors-red and black-the girls felt newly designed
uniforms were in order so the co-captains decked in
white blouses, scarlet jumpers, and jet black sweaters,
and the rest of the squad costumed in white blouses,
black jumpers, and scarlet sweaters not only gave out
with school spirit but also looked the part.
Furthermore, to enable themselves always to exe-
cute their intricate and eye-appealing stunts, all of
which are built around a full complement of twelve
performers, the girls hit upon the idea of a full-fledged
cheerleader in reserve. Indeed many a time this season
with the unavoidable absence of one of the regulars,
this cheerleader, pulled out of the proverbial hat, was
more than a substitute. She was the preserver of the
perfection by which North's squad was able to be the
unifying force between the encouragement from the
bleachers and the progress of the team to a win.
DONNA L. PIERCE
102 Safford Street
"Don-Don"-Jack . . . Nov. 28
1957 . . . Whitman . . . Blue Con-
vert . . . 2 W.B.U.-2 H.G.D
Honor Roll 1, 2, Manet 3, Girls'
MARY JANE POCH
223 Newport Avenue
"Mar"-Sam-4-29-60 . . . Bowl-
Cafe . . . Nantasket.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Cafeteria Help-
er 2, 3, Basketball 1, Rifle Club
3, Girls' Club 3, Health Service
1, 2, 3.
MARJORIE A. POCIUS
42 Davis Street
"Margie"-6-19-59 . . . R.P
Forever . . . Twosome . . . "Well!'
. . . "Be early!"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, North Star 1
Girls' Club 3, Receptionist 2, 3
Biology Club 1, Manet 3.
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Before the game: Kathy, Betti, Gina, Cindy, Moe,
and mascot Mary.
Mary and Moe practice the loco-
London Bridge has nothing on us!"
THOMAS POLVERE ANDREA POPOLI MARY LOU PROUDE
983 Hancock Street 50 Winslow Road 74 Kendall Street
"Tom,'-f'Hey, Harvll' . . . Dairy "Live it up and be happyv . . . Doc's . . . '55 Ford . . . Mystic
Bar . . . 10-10-59 . . . Goal: gradu- Dom . . . Crazy Nights . . . Glum- River Bridge.
ation. my. Girls' Club 3.
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2g Glee
Club 2, Bowling 3.
311 Billings Road
"Bill,'-ll-7-59 . . . Elbow . . . 1-
6-60 . . . Heads . . . 10-27-60 . . .
Goal. . .6-11-61.
Hockey 1, 25 Soccer 2, 3.
423 Furnace Brook Parkway
"Riff,-Betty's Day Nursery . .
Tarzan . . . "Get with it" .
63 Hilda Street
"Beth"-Europe . . . J.R.C. . .
"Hey, Jan!" . . . The Gang . .
"Any mail?', . . . V.I.J.S.
Science Club 1g Pep Club lg Bas
ketball 1, 2, 3g Red Cross Council
Veep 1, 2, Pres. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 3
Girls' Club 3.
This year the Teachers, Career Club
took on a new aspect-that of finding
out the iields of specialization which are
open to today's teacher. Under the able
direction of Mr. Savitsky the members
have sought the field which they think is
best suited to them. To accomplish this
goal, the club began with a visit to Bos-
ton University to compare the advan-
tages of an education in a liberal arts col-
lege with those in a teachers college.
Teachers of the blind, deaf, and retarded
children lectured the club on the advan-
tages of their field, and some of the spe-
cialized people at North helped also.
Not all was work, however, for the
club held parties and its annual year-end
banquet. This year's ofiicers were Pamela
Franklin, President, Gail Uhthoif, Vice
President, Margaret Rowe, Secretary,
Karren Kirkland, Treasurer.
Mr. Savitsky discusses some fine poin
ts of teaching with Pam, Karren, Gail, and Peggy
RICHARD REAVEY MICHAEL REGAN EVELYN RENZETT PAUL RILEY
18 Bersani Circle 3 Aberdeen Road 138 Sherman Street 40 THYIOT Street
"Reav'l-Betty's Day Nursery . . . "The Reg"-"Hey, Bet" . . . "Evie"-Hough's Neck . . . Ho- 'The Ri1"-BILICIDCIIY Lane -
8-13-60 . . . Tarz 84 Jane. "Hurry up, Cough? . . . Blueberry Jo's . . . French Fries . . . Sun- Hotel M21l1h21UaI1 - - - B-C
Tennis 1, Rifle Club 2, 3. Lane . . . Sam . . . Eagle. shiners. Student Council 1, 2, Pres. 33 Var
Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Manet 3, Bowling
Track 3, Key Club 3, Varsity Club
1, 2, V.P. 3, H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 3,
Boys' State Rep. 2, Prom Comm.
2, 3, Manet Show 2, 3, North Star
3, Mane! 3.
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2, 3, Glee Club 3, Girls' Club 3.
3, Pep Club
Comm. 2, 3, Football 3.
sity Club 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2 3
North Star Bus. Mgr. 3, Prom
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Every imaginable facet of unity for
progress highlighted the busy schedule of
the Nurses' Career Club from the ener-
getic vision of the officers Andrea Gil-
lespie, Maureen Fitzgerald, Kathy Law-
ler, Evelyn McGue, and of the sponsor
Miss Alice Gray to the variety and help-
fulness of the program itself.
"Like help"-Evie, Moe, Kathy, and Andy are on duty.
At Christmas the club adopted through
the Family Service a mother and five
children ranging from six to twelve years.
With each girl contributing clothing, toys,
and fifty cents in money, the family lux-
uriated both in gifts and in the things of
their hearts' desire that they were able
to buy with the money donation.
Professional meetings with such noted
guest speakers as Miss Stanlield, Director
of Nurses at Quincy City, Mrs. Barbara
Nichols, instructor at B. U., and Mrs.
Goldie Barton, instructor at Shattuck,
were most helpful.
Then the personalized meeting when
Sue Kelly of Quincy, Pat McCormack of
Whidden Memorial, Kathy LeBlanc of
Holy Ghost, and Pat Mulhern of Faulk-
ner, all alumnae of North, detailed their
training experiences whetted the girls' de-
sire more than ever for nursing careers.
What with objective nursing tests and
live hospital visits still on the agenda, this
club doesn't miss a trick in its high school
EDMUND RIOUX FAYE ROBICHEAU LLOYD F. ROGERS PAULA ROSENBLATT
3 Bayside Road 191 Marlboro Street 186 Summit Avenue
Eddie"-Robert . . . Termite . . . The Gang . . . 1-16-59 . . . "Oky- LARJ . . . "Will you ever?" . . . "Arme"-f'Where'S Lorraine?" l 1 Q
Bev . . . "Wanna Bet?" doky" . . . 12-16-59 . . . Matilda "I would be ashamed" . . . 205. The quiet type . . . "I did it again."
H1 Y 3g Math Club 3. . . . Pam. Mane! 3g National Honor Society Bowling ll 2, 33 Girls' Club 33 pep
Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 33 Girls'
Club Exec. Bd. 1, 2, Basketball 1,
2, 3g Prom Comm. 2g Pep Club 1.
2, Treas. 33 Track 33 Debating Club 3,
Club 2, 33 Math Club 33 Honor
Ronnie hands Mrs. Paulson a Mane! deposit.
Lucille and Mr. Hofferty: the task masters.
Lloyd falls asleep over Mane! work.
MARGARET ANN ROWE JOHN PETER RUDNICKI CHERYL SABINE
51 Hilma Street 304 Billings Road 122 Franklin Avenue
"Peggy"-"Where's Dina?" . . . "Hot Rodder"-Sandy . . . Go, "You're kidding!" . . . 8-12-59 . . .
"Wonerful" . . . "Wonerful" . . baby, go C32 Fordl . . . "Got "Into the night" . . . '56 Ford.
Prunes . . . "Huh!" the homework?" Girls' Club 3.
Mane! 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Dance
Comm. 1, 2, 3g Teachers, Career
Club 1, 2, Sec. 3, Track Scorer.2,
3g Prom Comm. 1, 2, H.R. Rep.
Red Cross lg Cross Country 1, 2.
RICHARD J. SACCHETTI
65 Russell Street
"Sacl'-Hot '59 Ford . . . "Way"
. . . "Hey, Leader."
Student Leader 1, 2, 3, Science
Club l, 23 Debating Club 2: Track
126 Sonoma Road
"Judi"-Mercedes . . . Summit,
N.J. 1-1-59 . . . "Frankie" . . .The
Good Group . . . "Beep"
Drama Club Exec. Bd. 23 Debating
Club 2, Sketch Club 3g Girls' Club
3g Mane! Show 2.
121 Pine Street
"Jeannie"-L'arc-en-ciel . . . 9-26-
60 . . . "Hi, ya, kid" . . . 9-17-60,
Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club
Treas. 3: Library Staff V.P. 2,
Pres. 3, H. R. Rep. 1, 2. 33 Prom
Comm. 2, 33 Norzlz Sfar 2, 3g
Bowling 2, 33 Glee Club 3.
PAMELA SAWYER RICHARD J. SCARRY SABINE SCHMIDTKE
132 Marlboro Street 133 Billings Road 44 Freeman Street
"Pam"-Marlboro, Mass .... "Most serious" . . . Sunday after- "C'est la vie" . . . Y.B.H. Club . . .
'Swingin' " . . . "Good kid, but-" noon stickers . . . 1926 . . . "Class "How about that?', . . . 11-24-60.
. . . "Ya know?" genius!" Red Cross Council Sec. 1, Scribe
Head Majorette 33 Drill Team 1, Glee Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 3. 3g Mane! 3.
23 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y
Chaplain 2, 3g Prom Comm. 2g
Honor Roll 23 Dance Comm. 1,
23 North Star 3g Mane! Show 2.
RUTH E. SCANLAN
126 Russell Street
1'Scan"-L.I.O.C.M .... Mike . .
The trip . . . J.F. K. 11-8-60 . . .
N.H .... Don.
North Star Co-Editor 33 National
Honor Society 23 V.P. 33 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 33 Nurses' Career Club
1, 2, 3g Prom Comm. 2, 33 Science
Club 23 Dance Comm. 23 Math
Club V.P. 3.
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70 Appleton Street
"Maryann"-Tom . . . 5-8-59
The Circle... 11372961 . . .4 62
Tri-Hi-Y 3g Girls' Club 33 Bowl
ing 33 Receptionist 2.
1 Storm before the calm.
DOROTHY A. SEPKA
96 Hamilton Avenue
"Dotty"-G.R.T.S .... 9-59 . . .
Car? . . . Walking fast.
Bowling 2, 3g Nurses' Career Club
2, 3g Library Staff 2g Dance
BARBARA L. SHAUFFER
21 Cheriton Road
"Barbie"-B.F.C.L .... "I'm ill"
. . . Maid-of-honor . . . Onset Sum-
mers . . . 'phone.
Band 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33
North Szar 3g Teachers' Career
Club 2g Girls' Club 3g Red Cross
WILLIAM H. SHEEHAN
17 Webster Street
"Sweetwater"--Ho-Jo's . . .
Olds . . . Coury's . . . Daugh's . . .
White Horse Beach.
Basketball l, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3.
JEFFREY M. SIMMONS
150 Sherman Srteet
"Jeff"-Betty's Day Nursery . .
Reav . . . Rappy . . . Duals . ..
Track 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 2g Soc-
cer Zg Student Leader 33 H.R. Rep.
3g Biology Club l.
10 Herbert Road
"Val"-V.A.M.S .... "Oh boy
carrots for lunch!"
Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3g Tri-Hi-
Y 2, 33 Prom Comm. 2, 33 Nurses
Career Club 1, 2, 3g Glee Club l
3g Sketch Club 1: North Star l, 2
Ronnie and Janet do some top-shelf research.
Mr. Hofferty works with his editors.
Georgia, Jo, Gina, Nancy, Tommy, and Donna: our clerical staff.
MARILYN C. STANTON
44 Exeter Street
"Mari"-Quivettes . . . T.C. . .
"Art '59" . . . Basket-games . . .
6-9-60 . . . B.Y.F.
Nurses' Career Club 35 Sketch
Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club 3.
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Johnny captions the hockey section.
PATRICK SMITH WYMAN SMITH
148 Farrington Street 27 Saratoga Street
"Pat"-Ho-Jo's . . . "The Com- 5'Smitty"-"Sandi,' . . . Aug. 2 . . .
muter" . . . 11-8-60 . . . Stilt-Runt South Shore Plaza . . . Richardls
. . . GK .... Walt. Drive-in.
Hi-Y 3. Jr. Red Cross Rep. 1.
4 Huckins Avenue
"Dandy"-"Howie's . . . "Say,
Pal', . . . Cough's dessert . . . Blue-
berry Lane . . . "Hey, Sandy."
Track 2, 3g Cross Country 2, 3,
Varsity Club 2, Exec. Bd. 3, Key
Club 3, H. R. Rep. 1.
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421 Furnace Brook Parkway
"Bill" fRedJ-England . . . Ger-
many . . . Newport . . . Cape . . .
Mary . . . Gerry.
7 Muirhead Street
"Stew"-6-13-60 . . . Mac's . .
85-90 . . . 6-15-60 . . . '54 Ford
Coupe . . . B.W. and B.L.
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KARIN LEE STENSRUD
87 Princess Eve Drive
"Giggles"-July 4, 1960 . . . 6'
blond, blue eyes . . . Fred
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235 Morrissey Boulevard
"Judy"-June 1961 . . . 311 . . .
Welcome Young . . . First Nation-
Girls' Club 3, Prom Comm. 2,
Dance Comm. 2.
240 Marlboro Street
"Flowery-"Where's Ann?" . . .
By-EE-Barbsy, Ginsy, Bern.
Honor Roll 1, 2, Pep Club 3,
Girls' Club 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Red
Cross 2, 3.
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It takes hard work, a sense of humor,
and loads of imagination for our Class
Day Committee to plan our last day to-
gether as the Senior Class of '61.
'1Real crazy!" is the only expression
we can find to describe the happy mood
we share on the way to the King Philip
for our day of relaxation and fun. And
our day is just too short.
As we drowsily head for home after
the perfect day, only the expectation of
the class banquet that night can pep up
our tired old bones and sun-burned
backs. And at the soiree the transforma-
tion from pigtails and tanning oil to party
dresses, and ties proves to all that we are
ready to stay grown up.
William Tell goes beat with Bill and Scan.
62 Exeter Street
Tri-Marshes . . . 8-23-60.
Majorettes 2, 3, Nurses' Career
Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Reception- Sept. 160.
ist 2, Mane! 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Girls'
46 Gladstone Street
GAIL JUNE SULLIVAN
116 Beach Street
N.H .... Crescent Avenue . . . "Abbie"-Richard . . . 7143 . . .
Girls' Club 3.
Laundry . . . 12-31-59 . .
. BJ .... 3-2-57 . . . "I'1l buy it!" . . . "Whal-
in'?" . . . S.T.L.A.D.G.
Nurses' Career Club 2, Bowling 3, Nurses' Career Club 1, 2. 3,
Sketch Club 1, 2, 33 Bowling 3,
Receptionist 31 Pep Club 2,
North Star 2.
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231 Farrington Street
"Phyl"-Penani . . . Surf . . . Bos-
ton . . . Lucky Strike .... 10-31-6
Girls' Club 3.
125 Barham Avenue
"Russ"-S'Montclair Brat" . . .
9-21-60 . . . "Maureen" . . . "Who,
Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Student Leader lg Varsity Club 2,
33 Key Club 3.
THOMAS H. TALBOT
24 Newfield Street
"Tom"-Montclair Brat . . . 201
. . . The Black Impala . . . Howie's.
Baseball 2, 3, H. R. Rep. 1, 2,
Varsity Club 2, 3, Key Club 3g
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3.
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118 Vassall Street
"Tas"-Midway . . . Florida-1959
...Junior Prom . . . J.P. -1- A. T.
. . 12+l Club.
PROM AND DANCE
The detailed preparations for our 'Sentimental Journey" began
to take shape long ago last September when chief engineers Caroline
D'Angelo and Steve Gomes set down the plans for the dreamiest
Senior Prom yet. Along with the steady committees working toward
the big night, Caroline and Steve sent out invitations to the largest
graduating class that North has ever known, asking us to enjoy the
llower-decorated King Philip ballroom on May 19, 1961, our Prom.
We all began to await eagerly the special evening hardly hiding our
curiosity for the surprise favors or our appetite for the delicious
turkey or roast beef dinner.
A second group of workers, the dance committee, began at the
same early date to pave the road for three terriiic Senior Class
dances. These hard-working seniors thought up alluring names and
funny antics for the successful hops which abounded in fun and
enjoyment and soared the class treasury to the skies, so that we
could finance the expenses of the all important trip, the "Sentimental
Maris, Caroline, and Paul share Prom secrets which keep Pete
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Mike. Steve, Bill, Ruth, Caroline. and Diane talk over Prom plans in embryo.
It's Betty and Mike's turn to be the "D 1'5" for an afternoon of dancing.
"We're on our way to decoratef, sing Ginny, Kathy, Dan, Al, Tom, and
94 Harvard Street
"Lou"-B.F.C.L .... Dennis . . .
10-19-59 . . . The good group . . .
Brass section . . . Beep. -
Band 1. 2. Librarian 3g Basketball
2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3g Library Staff
2. Dance Comm. 2g Nurses' Club
WILLIAM I. TEDROW
400 Beale Street
"Ted"-Blueberry Lane .. . 9-23-
60 . . . 9-14-60 . . . "Tight situa-
tion." . . . "Peace"
Football 1. 2. Co-Capt. 33 Basket-
ball 1. 2. 3g Track 1. 3: Class Pres.
1. 2: Student Council 3g Varsity
Club 1. 2. Sec. 3: Key Club 2. 3:
Prom Comm. 2. 3: North Star 1.
2. 3: .Mariel 3.
RICHARD W. THISSELL
225 North Central Avenue
"Dick"-"Svcim. Dan?" . . . Malt
. . . Topic? . . . 95 to Norwell . . .
Track 2. 3: Rifle Club 3.
53 Conant Road
"In hoctu oftinn . . . T42.
Math Club 33 Science Club 3:
Honor Roll 2.
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PAMELA M. J. THORNTON
939 William T. Morrissey
"Peanuts"-"60" D. Ed. .
"Watch out" . . . Howie's . .
Beach . . . "All together now."
Sketch Club 1, 2, 3.
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9 Taylor Street
"Jo"-Howie's . . . W.B.P. . . .
"Hey, Elinor" . . . Q.H.
Mllllet 3, Girls' Club 3, Nortn
CAROL A. TOBIN
29 Newbury Street
5-21-60 . . . H.I.P.L.I.P. .
Wanted . . . Good Buddy.
Glee Club 2, Girls' Club 3.
Pick up the vigor of the gridiron, the litheness of the basketball
court, the alacrity of the hockey Irink, the batting of the baseball
diamond, and the speed of the cinder path and drop them down with
a bang in room 202, and up will spring the vitality of the Varsity
Club, a North Quincy standout. And, boy, that vitality has no end
of facets. On December 28 it sparkled into a Christmas Serenade
formal in our gym bedecked in the holiday finery of the smartest
supper club ever.
Also, who can forget its memorable sports assembly when Presi-
dent Mike Regan presented a fast-moving card of athletic greats!
But what sparked the occasion was the surprise piece de resistance:
The presentation of two professionally attractive trophies to our
1960-1961 outstanding athletes: Andrea Gillespie and Dave Hig-
With Bill Tedrow as Vice President, Paul Coughlan as Secretary,
and Dave Higgins as Treasurer, Faculty Adviser Bob Laing and
President Mike Regan had a unit of energy that progressed into a
whirlwind of social, fraternal, and athletic achievement.
NANCY E. TODD
155 Dorchester Street
19 Holmes Street
38 Belmont Street
"Tancie"-5-26-61 . . . L'Arc-en- The Big 4 . . . "Where's Mary- "Aggie"-"Johnny" . . . T.B.H.
ciel . . . Ho-Jo's . . . "Yea" . . . Ann?" . . . 4-29-60 . . . Y.B.H. Club . . . The 5 us's . . . Bishey's
430 . . . Q.C.H .... Mud Hats. Club. other half.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1,
Girls' Club 3.
Teachers' Career Club 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, National
Honor Society 2, 3, Nurses' Ca-
reer Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Ma-
net 3, Prom Comm. 2, Basketball
2, 3, Dance Comm. 2.
National Honor Society 2, 3,
Nurses' Career Club 2, 3, Bowling
1, 2, 3, Mane! 3, North Star 1, 2,
Honor Roll 1, 2, Receptionist 2.
Betti helps Mike pick the platters for Paula,
Pat, Bill, and Sue.
Pete, Dave, Nancy, Paul,
The assembly line: Paul. Pete. and Den.
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"Sniggs, the Reg, Cough, and the Beakf'
11 Gilmore Street
"Dottie"-P. J. Girl . . . Wings
. . . "Be goodl' '...' 'I'm sorryu
. . . "Wanted"
Tri-Hi-Y 3g Girls' Club Exec. Bd.
3g H.R. Rep. 2, 3g North Sfar 31
Mane! 35 Dance Comm. 2, 3g
Prom Comm. 2: Basketball 2. 3.
RICHARD TOPHAM GARY TOWER JEFFREY TOWNE GAIL J. UHTHOFF
134 Bellevue Road 140 Fayette Street 125 Lincoln Avenue 86 Hilma Street
"Dick"-132 Ford . . . Jan. 1 . . . "The Swede"-9-13-54 . . . "N" "Jeff"-The unholy three . . . Ber- L.I.O.C.M. . . . "Tri Tonight! 1"
"Oh yeah!" . . . Rte. 44 . . . Stud . . . 4-18-60 . . . 8-26-59 . . . Eagle. muda hop . . . Camp W . . . May . . . "Hi, Kids" . . . "Where's the
. . . 125A . . . Full race. M.P.O.C. 1, 2, 3. 5. party?" . .. 6-2-61.
Key Club 2, 3g Math Club 3g Prom Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, V.P.
Dance Comm. 1. 3: Teachers' Career Club 1, 2,
V.P. 3g Mane! 3g Bowling Sec.
2g Glee Club 1.
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31 Sagamore Avenue
"Weeze"-7-31-60 . . . This magic
moment . . . "Oh, no!,' . . . "Hot
spookf' . . . W.H.L.A.D.B.C.
Pep Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Girls'
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RONA VAN DER MGLEN
84 East Elm Avenue
L'Reggie"-"That,s lifen . . . "Live
life and be gay" . . . M.D.C.
North Star 2, Business Manager
3, Prom Comm. 3, Library Staff 1,
2, Student Council 2, V.P. 3,
Dance Comm. 2.
ISABELLA R. WALLACE
90 Safford Street
"Bella"-8-4-58 . . . "Honestly!"
. . . "I almost died!"
Biology Club 1, Dramatic Club 1,
Girls' Club 3.
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Gail, Jo, Sally, and Lois discuss the
meaning of the Tri banner while Eileen
That organization with the mysterious club names, Aurora Borealis and Tri-
Raiders Tri-Hi-Y, has become well known through the work and fun of North
girls to the extent of forming two clubs because of the high interest.
Leading the Aurora Borealis activities every second and fourth Monday are
Mary Evans, President, Donna Dahlquist, Vice President, Kathy Lawler, Secre-
tary, Karren Kirkland, Treasurer, and Pam Franklin, Chaplain.
Presiding over the Tri-Raiders every first and third Wednesday are Joanne
Zoia, President, Gail Uhthoff, Vice President, Eileen Lombardi, Secretary, Sally
Giallongo, Treasurer, and Lois McCarthy, Chaplain.
Both clubs, finding time to try out new recipes for cake sales, scrubbing cars at
car washes, and collecting articles and food for their "adopted" families, strive to
realize their goal: to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian
character. And there's plenty of fun at Friday record hops, the winter semi-formal,
and the spring dinner dance.
29 Arnold Road
"Tiger',-B.S. . . "Mal" . . . "Root
beer and pastachio?" . . . S.A.R.
. . . "Susie,"
Band 1, 2, 3, Soccer 3, Debating 1.
'L' 'il 7?f"'4Q:,l
FREDERICK M. WALSH
18 Webster Street
"Rick"-Dauph's . . . Ho-Jo's . . .
'58 Impala . . . The Mayliower.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Student Leader
105 Taylor Street
"Ace',--"Aloha" . . . "Rednun 6'
. . . The house of many colors
Biology Club 1, Math Club 3.
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The executive board-Kathy, Donna, Mary, Pam, and Karren-plan for the
Aurora Borealis splash party.
THOMAS F. WARNER JANE WARREN DOUGLAS A, WATSQN
18 Channing Street 21 Milton Road 14 Billings Street
"Red"-Happy Harry's . . . Mac's Paul . . . 8-4-56 . . .The Circle. . . St, Pete, Fla. , , , June 1961 , A ,
1,2 . . . 10-24-60. 6-8-62 . . . Squeaky seats. U,S,P,O,
Dance Comm. 1: Girls' Club 1, 3: Motion Picture Operators' Club
Receptionist 2, 1, 2, 3, Maner Show 1, 2.
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16 Taylor Street
"Ellie,'-Howie's . . . 'Swingin' or
what?" . . . W.B.P .... Q.H. boys
. . . "Hey, Joanne."
North Star 1, 2, 3, Girls' Club 33
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37 Webster Street
"Stevie"-Bushy's . . . "Gungho!"
. . . "Pride goeth before a fall."
Biology Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2,
3g Mane! 3g Honor Roll l. 2g Dra-
matic Club 2g Nortlz Star 3.
330 West Squantum Street
"Net'-4-29-60 . . . "Beautiful!"
. . . "Yea-bigw . . . "You doll" . .
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Bowling 1,
Treas. 2, V.P. 3, Library Staff 1'
Girls' Club 3.
Progress Through Unity is the goal of this
year's Red Cross Council. This ambitious and
industrious group of girls have completed many
projects: their weekly visits of cheer with the
ladies at the Friel Nursing Home, making holiday
boxes and stuffed animal toys for the hospitals,
compiling a school album for a foreign country,
and learning First Aid through a course given by
Miss Alice Gray, school nurse.
The girls are extremely grateful for the guid-
ance given by Miss Rose Enos, for the eilicient
leadership of President Beth Reardon, and for
the cooperation of the other able ollicers of the
club-Vice President Cynthia Lindholmg Secre-
tary Mildred Currerig and Scribe Sabine Schmid-
tke. They have, indeed. made this a truly satisfying
ROBERT E. WEIKEL
61 Apthorp Street
Spear Chucker . . . Northfield,
Mass .... Beach bum.
Track 2, 3g Cross Country 33 Rifle
Jan, Beth, and Barb visit with Miss Mosher at the Friel Nursing Home.
CAROLE WEINBERG KENNETH WHEELOCK KATHRYN WHITE MARTHA WIENER
47 Willow Street 197 Arlington Street 18 Standish Avenue 9 Elm Avenue
8-13-60 . . . Friday nights?? . . . "Ken"-"What do ya say, Oscar?" "Kathy"-5-20-60 . . . The lake "Wienie"-"Do tell" . . . "What
Y.B.H. Club . . . "You don't say!" . . . July 4, 1958 . . . Bean bag . . . piCr1iC . . . "Well, now? . . . you mean?" . . . "WOW" . . . 6-61
Library Stall 2, Teachers' Career Rodan. L.C.H.S .... Nurses' aide. . . . 3-11-60 . . . Arg.
Club 3, Girls' Club 3.
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Nurses' Career Club 33 Dramatic Girls' Club 3g Manet 3g Tennis 1
Club 2, Debate Club 1, 2, 33 Girls'
f'What do I do now?', is a familiar sound to all
harrassed boys who accompany certain girls to
bowling alleys on Friday nights. To explain for
the umpteenth time "If you knock lem down with
one ball, push the button!', causes the boys to
become rather annoyed at their otherwise well-
appreciated dates. So if you don't want to have
this happen to you, girls, join our girls' bowling
club. You will certainly learn from Miss McCoy
all the fundamentals of the very popular pastime.
Just watch President Donna Fusco, Vice Presi-
dent Jeanette Weber, Secretary Diane Donato
and Treasurer Janice Coolen knock the pins
over Monday afternoons at the Norfolk Downs
alleys. One of the basic unwritten rules of the
club: "Do well now, but not Friday night?
Diane, Jeanette. Donna. and Janice check this week's scores.
TERRANCE C. WILLIAMS
87 Freeman Street
"Terry"-Girls . . . Drive-Ins
Parties . . . Dancing . . . Pizza
ll Richfield Street
"Red"-Pee Wee's . . . l-1-60 . .
God's Country . . . Knock-Knock.
Student Leader 1, 35 Track 1, 3.
37 Bayberry Road
5-1-59 . . . ll-6-59 . . . Some day
. . . Again? . . . "Seriously" . . .
"I'm not kidding!"
Nurses' Career Club 2, 3: Girls'
Club 3,Off1ce 3.
44 Newton Avenue
"Candi"-Garbage-can .. . "Why
not, Booby?" . . . Marak . . . Ab-
mort . . . Nordi.
Class V.P. 3g Norrlz Star Co-Edi-
tor 35 Class Sec. lg National Hon-
or Society 2, 3, Student Council 2,
3: Girls' State 23 Olee Club l, 2,
3g Dance Comm. l. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y
3g Basketball l, 2, 3.
MARIAN V. WILSON
20 Salford Street
"Joy!" . . . Raisins . . . "Rollos"
. . . Milk maid . . . Luther League.
Library Staff 1, 2, Treas. 3.
45 Wayland Street
"Uncle Earl"-"The other half of
Murray" . . . Ho-Jo's . . . Gay par-
Student Leader 2, Glee Club 1, 2.
45 Wayland Street
"Marylou"-Tommy . . . 12-58 . . .
"Tell me" . . . Manomet . . . Brig-
ham's . . . "Hey, Jerry" . . . "Hon."
Student Leader 1, 2, Fashion Show
2, 3, Mane? 3, Receptionist 2, Bas-
ketball lg Pep Club lg Glee Club
PATRICIA A. WIRTZ
45 Wayland Street
"Sapphire',-151 . . . 188.8.131.52 . . .
T.F.L.H .... S.T.L.A.D.G ....
Chev . . .Milton . . .Villa . . . "Ya
Sketch Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2,
North Star 3, Office 3.
North Quincy's Key Club, with Mr. Paul Carlin for its genial and forward-
looking adviser, has become one of North's most vigorous service clubs. Led
by President Joe O'Donnell, Vice-president Ralph Anderson, Secretary Fred
Ritchie, and Treasurer Steve Ricciardi, the North Quincy chapter has dedi-
cated itself to a program in public relations.
Beginning this school year with a much stronger force than in previous
years, the club planned an ambitious agenda. For in addition to the annual
baby-sitting service at election time, the club adopted Quincyls class for
retarded children as its pet project. The oflicers gave support by visiting the
class and then reporting to the club membership at which time by unanimous
vote the boys bought a useful gift for the class. g
Perhaps the real spirit of the boys was best exemplified when by volun-
teering they forfeited free time on a Saturday morning for manual exertion
to repair pre-game vandalism at Braintree High done by unknown rowdies
preceding the North-Braintree football game. In January the boys gave an
appreciation banquet for their parents. Their surprise presentation of a
plaque to Mr. David Meaney, the retiring cross-country coach, was another
of the club's warm gestures.
And socially the boys are no slouches as all who frolicked at their Basket-
ball-Sock Hop will shout from the chimney tops. All in all, these boys and
their adviser share a nice unity of outlook that can't fail to highlight the
progress of the club.
CAROL S. WRIGHT
16 Meadow Street
9-20-58 . . . "Aw gee" . . . L'Im-
peach the presf' . . . The gang . . .
Band, Librarian 1, Sec. 2, Pres. 3,
North Star 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Manet 3, Prom
155 East Squantum Street
"Barb"-"Say you got troub1es?',
. . . 12-9-59 . . . Y.B.H. Club . . .
Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Tri-Hi-Y
3, Pep Club 1, Dance Comm. 2,
Prom Comm. 2, Teachers' Career
156 Lansdowne Street
"Jeanna"-Mau-Mau meetings . . .
The gang . . . l'Such is life" . . .
Debating 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3,
Sketch Club 3, Dramatics 2, Pep
Club 1, Manet Show 2.
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ELLEN L. ZAMBERNARDI
70 Hamilton Street
Ellen-Jimmy . . . Cottage No. 4
. . . 6-25-60 . . . Moseley's.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Office 2, 3g Honor
Roll 2, Girls' Club 3.
JOANNE A. ZOIA
55 Holmes Street
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ANNETTE R. ZSCHAU
232 Hollis Avenue
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Mr. Carlin, the cynosure of the exec. board.
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Shaila, our hostess, and Paul, Janet and Pete, Lucille and Mike's mother knows the way to a man's heart is through his stomach
Steve-three happy couples. Just ask Pete, Paul, and Maris!
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Dress rehearsal time for Lmda, Linda, Sharon and Lee.
Under the direction of the new dramatic coach, Mr. Jacques May-
nard, the Dramatic Club has offered a unique experience in play
direction and production. With "Balcony Scene," President Fred
Ritchie, Vice President Kathy White, Secretary Regina Brennan,
and Treasurer Paul Frazer initiated the club into an active season.
"Balcony Scenef' a one-act play, was the Club's flrst performance
and featured Fred Ritchie, Linda Shay, Stephanie Watson, and
Eugene Ryder in the starring roles. Following this play, Fred,
Eugene, and Stephanie performed at Boston University on closed
The Club has given instruction in costuming, make-up, lighting,
sound, and stagecraft as Well as in acting, and its members have
found this activity a source of benefit as well as pleasure.
Director Maynard gives some last-minute pointers.
The Coach projects character portrayal to Stevie and Fred
Nancy sets up her Oriental figurines.
North Quincy High School has its own notable National Gallery
in room 401. Here presides the curator, Miss Anne Sawitsky, impec-
cable in her standards and in her taste. Here the Sketch Club both
Works and exhibits. '
No matter what the season of the year, half a dozen or more avid
service-members are turning out artistic posters for worthy school
and community projects. Decorations, both classical and modernistic,
tantalize the talent of members and in their competent execution
give added pleasure to the events for which they form the setting.
Murals, panoramic scenes, portraits, still life, and scenes from
nature are periodic themes for exhibitions that all art lovers at
school crowd in to see.
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Great oaks out of little acorns grow, and so out of the Thursday
afternoon executive board meetings of North's Girls' Club has mate-
rialized a towering array of bigger and better projects. The sponsor-
ing of the pins realized big campaign funds that were devoted to
local charities the girls love to help. Then the annual Thanksgiving
collection resulted in over a dozen cartons of canned goods for the
Family Welfare Society to distribute to local needy families.
And socially a memory ever to be cherished was Wonderland by
Night, the Valentine semi-formal on Saturday, February ll. The
soft lighting of a wintry blue haze that caught the romance of a New
England snowy landscape provided the setting for Cupid to thrust
But the girls do not work only on their own projects! Rather,
believing in unity for progress, they unite their efforts with those of
all the students of talent to produce a springtime revue, a generous
percentage of whose funds they offer to the Manefs business man-
ager to help lessen the cost of the classbook to the individual seniors.
This year Caroline D'Angelo, Janice Giachetti, Charlene Ent-
wistle, and Jeanne Saunders integrated their teenage ingenuity with
the inspiration of Miss Katz and Mrs. Axelrod on those fateful
Thursday afternoons that enriched the year's activities.
Santa Claus brings Christmas joy to the handicapped of Pol
Prexy Caroline airs the in's and out's of the
Manet Show with Gus, Lucille, Jan, Charlene,
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tee: Diane, Sue, Pam, and Fzgye.
Miss Katz, 4'Kelly," Signe, and Mrs. Axelrod
go over the score of the Aifuzcf Show.
Caroline breezes through an exec. board meeting.
Bill Tedrow, Diane Gibson
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Many people have united through the MANET of
1961 to give us a permanent record of our progress as
we have learned, played, and built for tomorrow in the
Class of 1961. In fact, the very progress of this book
has been realized through the unity of purpose of my
advisers and assistants.
Mr. John Hollerty, faculty adviser, Mr. James Blei-
ler, school photographer, and Mr. Roswell Farnham,
representative of Keller Press: I know that much of
your energy and experience rubbed oil on us this year
inspiring us to go on when we were discouraged and
lacking ideas. Advertising, Commercial, Editorial, and
Patron Staffs: You have worked long hours to get this
book ready for press and now that your work is com-
pleted I hope you are as happy with the result as I am.
Janet, John, Ronnie, and Lloyd: Thanks for uniting
the efforts of these staffs and for doing many other
tasks, too innumerable to mention. I'll admit the go-
ing's been rough at times but I'm sure you are as proud
of this book as I am. Patrons and Advertisers: You
have served to unite the community with our school
through your valuable financial aid. So to all of these
people and to any others who have helped along the
way, I say "thanks" both as editor-in-chief of the
MANET and as a member of the Class of 1961.
Patrons and Advertisers, for uniting with
us to make the MANET of 1961 a reality.
Miss Susan Abbe
Mrs. Shirley Aehorn
Mr. Gilbert M. Adams
Miss Jean Adams
Mr. Thomas Adams
Mrs. William Adams
Mr. C. Adamson
Mr. Mark L. Aigen
Mrs. Edith L. Akerley
Mr. S. James Alberino
Mr. Thomas Aldrich
Mrs Barbara Amhrein
M1 Thomas Ames
Mr Donald Anderson
Mr Zi Mrs Fritz Anderson
Mr 8. Mrs Herbert F Anderson
Rex 8. Mrs Joseph L Anderson
Miss Sandra Anderson
Mr Frank Andrews
Miss Patrici 1 Andrews
Mr William Annable
Miss K ithleen Anthony
Miss Rosemarie Arcipiete 59
Miss B irb ua E Ardini 58
The John A Ardini Family
Miss P iti lC,l i A Ardini 59
N11 8. Mis Thomas F Ardini
Mis Sabina D Aisenault
Mr R ilph Aiwesen
Mrs Rita Atehinson
Mr. Robert L. Atkinson '52
Mrs. Florice I. Atwater
Miss Judy Axberg ,59
Mr. 8a Mrs. John Badger
Mrs. Hildreth Ashworth
Mrs. H. E. Bailey
Miss June Bain
Miss Diane Baird '57
Mrs. Frank Baker
Mr. Joseph Baker
Mr Larry Baker
Mr William Baker
Miss Ellen Baldwin 59
Mrs Mary Baldwin
Mr Charles Balkam 58
Mr Roger Ballou
Mr Elio Balgarini
Mrs Robert S Bamford
Miss Anna Banelli
Mrs Gertrude Collins Barry 43
Miss Helen Barry 60
Mr 84 Mrs James Barry
Mrs Donald Barton
Mrs Barbara Batchelder 49
M r Earle Bates
Mrs Catherine M Batts 46
Mr. 8L Mrs. Donald C. Beach
Miss Rosemary A. Beal
Mr. William Beck
Mr. Louis F. Beckas
Mr. Walter T. Belcher
Mr. Henry Bell
Mr. Edward G. Bencks
Mr. Charlie Bennett
Mrs. Albert Bergeron
Mrs. Frances Bergeron
Mr. John R. Bergstrom
Mrs Celia Berman
Mr Bill Bernardi 51
Mr Raymond Bernardi 47
Mrs Paul Berry
Mr 84 Mrs Raymond Bertoloeeini
Mr George S Bettencourt
Miss Judith E Bettencourt
Mr 8L Mrs RogerA Bettencourt
Mrs Ralph C Bevans Jr
Mr 8: Mrs Joseph Bigda
Mr Thomas F Bille
Mr Joseph G Bishop
Mr Joseph G Bishop III
Mr John Bita
Mr HaroldC Blanchard
Mrs Walter Boisclair
Mrs W F Boiselair
Mr E Bonamy
Miss Loretta Bondi
Mr. Jack Bono '60
Mr. Kenneth Borst '42
Mrs. Thomas E. Bostwick
Mr. Leslie Boutelier
Mrs. Leslie Boutelier
Mr. Joseph M. Bowen
Mrs. E. Bowman
Miss Diane Brackett
Mr. William Brackett
The Bradley Family
Mrs. Edward Bradley
Mr George Bradley
Mrs Paul Brady
Mrs R F Brattan
Mrs John Breen
The Brennan Family
Mrs Agnes R Brennan
Miss Annie Brennan 59
Mr Bob Brennan
Miss Debra Ann Brennan
Miss Dolores A Brennan
Miss Geraldine Brennan 60
Mr 8: Mrs Joseph M Brennan
Mr John H Brennion
Mrs Maxwell Brenton
Miss Joyce Bresnahan
Mr Stephen Bressler
Mrs Roxana Brewer
Mr 8a Mrs Leslie Brierley
Miss Patt Broderick
Mrs Jeanne Bronnieke
Mrs Edward A Brown
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Mrs. Frances Areiprete Mr. Arthur Barrett Mr. John Blrnie Miss Regina Brennan '61
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Mrs. Hazel Alson Brown '46
Miss Jennie Brown
Mr. Steven Brown
Miss Joan Brucker
Miss Winifred Bryan
Mr. David T. Bryer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Buck
Mr. Daniel Buonagurio
Mr. Arthur Buonamano
Mr. Dave Burke
Mr. David Burke Jr. '46
Mr. Edward A. Burke
Mrs. E. Burke
The J. E. Burke Family
Mr. Leo F. Burke
Miss Nancy Burke '60
Mr. Walter F. Burke
Mr. William R. Burnham
Mrs. Muriel Lyman Burnhauser
Mr. William P. Burrill
Miss Grace Burrows
Miss Ann Marie Butts '58
Mrs. Ellen Butts
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Byrne
Mr. Joseph Cahill
Miss Ella Cain
Mrs. Francis Cain
Mr. Toni Cain
Mr. Francis Callahan
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Callahan
Mr. Vincent F. Cameron
Mrs. Helen Camia
Mr. Robert Campbell
Mr. Douglas Campbell
Mr. George Cann
Mrs. Ralph Cappola
Mr. Sabie Capuand
Mr. Leonard Caristi
Mr. John E. Carlson
Mrs. John Carney
Mr. Paul Carosi
Mr. 84 Mrs. Lloyd Carpenter
Mr. 84 Mrs. D. M. Carr
Mr. 84 Mrs. John Carroll
Mr. John Carroll '59
Mrs. Barbara Casey
Mr. Frank Casey '42
Mrs. Pauline Casey
Mrs. Roy Cashen
Miss Jean A. Cashman
Miss Alice Cassani
Miss Josephine Caswell
Mr. Robert A. Caswell
Thomas Cataldo '60
Mrs. William Cataldo
Miss Anne Marie Cattaneo
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph M. Cavanaugh
Mr. Ronald Cavanaugh
Mr. L. R. Cawelti
Mr. V. H. Celeiman
Mr. Frank Centofani
Miss Nancy Chaddock
Mr. Harry Chandler
Mrs. Robert Chandler
Mrs. Joseph Chapin
Mrs. Norman Chaput
Miss Donna Chartien
Mrs. Marcia Chase
Miss Marguerite J. Cheney
Mr. Lucian Chester
Mrs. F. B. Chetwynd
Miss Irene Chetwynd '52
Mr. 84 Mrs. Donald Chickering
Mrs. Henry Chisholm
Mr. Harland C. Chrestensen
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Church
Mr. Joseph F. Churchill
Mrs. Mary Churnick
Mrs. Thelma Chute
Miss Nancy Ciceroni
Miss Dolores Cirillo '59
Mr. George W. Clapp '43
Mr. 84 Mrs. Clare
Mrs. Agnes Clark
Mr. Arthur T. Clark
Mr. Dick Clark
Mr. 84 Mrs. Henry Clark
Mr. Tom Clark '60
Mr. Walter C. Clark
Mrs. Thomas Clasby
Miss Ann Cleary
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Mrs. William Clement
Mr. Robert Clifford
Mr. James Coady
Mr. 84 Mrs. Daniel Coakley
Mr. James Coakley
Mr. 84 Mrs. Ralph B. Cobb
Mrs. Frederick J. Cobban
Mrs. George Colarusso
Mr. George P. Colarusso '52
Miss Jo-Anne Colarusso '60
Mrs. John Coleman
Miss Margaret Coletta
Mrs. Ida Colligan
Mr. James Colligan
Mr. Leo Collins
Mr. R. Colwell
Mrs. P. E. Comi
Mr. Edward Condon
Mr. C. E. Congdon
Miss Catherine Conlan
Mrs. Walter Conley
Mr. 84 Mrs. John J. Connolly
Miss Clair Conroy
Mr. A. Consalvi
Mr. Forest J. Conser
Mr. Peter J. Cooke '37
Mr. Richard A. Cooke Jr. '60
Mrs. Mary Cooney
The Cooper Family
Mrs. Harold Coose
Miss Pat Cornelissen
Miss Mary Corrigan
Mr. Ralph Costello
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert J. Costello
Mr. 84 Mrs. Harold Coughlan
Mr. Arthur J. Coughlin
Mrs. Edward Countie
Mrs. George E. Courage
Mr. 84 Mrs. Alfred D. Coury
Miss Jean Ann Cowee '56
Mr. Samuel Cowling
Mrs. Anne Crawford '45
Mr. Edward Crisp
Mrs. Edward Crisp
Mr. 84 Mrs. Albert Cronin
Mr. Glenn Crowell
Mrs. John Crowley
Mrs. Paul E. Crowley
Mrs. John P. Cunningham
Mrs. Frank Curran
Mrs. Julia Curran
Mr. Daniel Currie
Miss Lisa Curry
Mr. Martin Curry
Mr. Richard Curvalho
Mrs. Lillian Dackers
Mrs. Muriel Daggett
Miss Sandra Dahl
Mrs. A. G. Dahlquist
Mrs. Marie D'Andrea
The D'Angelo Family
Miss Lillian D'Angelo
Miss Mae D'Angelo
Mrs. John Daniels
Miss Joyce Davidson '60
Mr. Ralph Davidson
Mr. Ronald Davidson
Dr. Albert Davis
Mrs. Florence E. Davis
Mr. 84 Mrs. Frederic G. Davis
Mr. Robert Davis
Mrs. W. B. Davis
Mr. Wendell A. Davis
Mrs. Eleanor Santosuosso
Mr. Paul R. Deane
Mr. 84 Mrs. John DeAngelo
Mr. George Dearth
Mr. Richard Dearth
Miss Susanne K. Delaney '60
Mr. Charles DeLuca
Mr. 84 Mrs. John DeLuca
Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward A. Densmore
Mr. Michael Densmore '60
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond Densmore
Mrs. Ralph D'Entremont
Mr. G. DeNutte
Miss Clare DeVincentis '54
Mrs. Francis L. Devine
Mr. Robert A. Dexter
Mr. Matthew Dias
Mrs. Matthew Dias
Mr. Joseph Dillon
Mr. 84 Mrs. A. Arthur DiLoreto
Miss Jeanette Dimitri
Mr. Alfred Direng
Miss Dianne DiTullio
Mr. Ray Doherty
Mrs. James Dolan, Jr.
Mr. Leo Donato
Mr. Frank Donlan
Mr. Harold Donnelly
Mrs. Harold Donnelly
Mr. Edward J. Donovan
Mr. James P. Donovan
Mr. 84 Mrs. Jeremiah J. Donovan
Mr. 84 Mrs. John F. Donovan
Mrs. M. S. Donovan
Mr. Tim Donovan
Mr. gl Mrs. William Donovan
Miss Mabel Doran
Mr. gl Mrs. George F. Doring
Mr. Richard S. Doring '60
Miss Betty C. Dow
Mrs. William Downing
Mrs. Agnes Doyle
Mr. Edward Doyle
Mr. Francis P. Drake '55
Mrs. Francis Drake
Mrs. Helen Dreezer '57
Mr. James M. Drew
Mr. James E. Drinkwine
Mr. Bob Driscoll
Miss Maureen M. Drummy
Mr. Edward Dubreuil
Mr. Arthur Duffy
Mr. James F. Duffy
Miss Marcia Duffy
Mr. Charles Duggan
Mr. William Dunbar
Mr. 84 Mrs. John Dunleavy
Mrs. O. Dunlop
Mr. Bill Dunphy '60
Mr. Paul V. Dunphy
Mr. Arthur DuPont
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Dworkin
Mrs. Helena Dwyer
Mr. Philip C. Dwyer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Bert Eckblom
Miss Patti Edgehille
Mr. 84 Mrs. William G.
Mr. Ralph Eisner '51
Mr. William Ellis
Mrs. Gertrude Ennis
Mrs. Charles Entwhistle
Mrs. Muriel Studley Erickson '47
Mr. 84 Mrs. David Evans
Mrs. Emma Evans
Mrs. Ernest Evans
Mr. 84 Mrs. Philip Evans
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond Evans
Mr. Louis Faiella
Miss Mary Ann Fallon
Mr. John C. Farley
Mr. Robert Fay
Mr. Larry Feldman '59
Mrs. Francis Ferrard
Miss Peg Ferris
Mrs. Lowell J. Feurtado
Mrs. Catherine Field
Mr. 84 Mrs. Jameson B.
Mr. 84 Mrs. L. Henry Finneran
Mr. Al Firnrohr
Dr. E. B. Fitzgerald, M.D.
Mr. John Fitzgerald
Miss Mae Fitzgerald
Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald
Mr. Thomas J. Fitzgerald
Mr. Tom Fitzgerald
Mrs. Dari Flaherty
Mr. Richard Flaherty
Dr. N. B. Flanagan
Mr. 84 Mrs. William Flanagan, Jr.
Mrs. Arleen Flanigan '42
Mrs. Antoinette Fleming
Miss Marian Fleming '46
Mr. 84 Mrs. William Fleming
Mrs. Edward Flood
Mrs. Frederick J. Flukes
Mr. 84 Mrs. Flynn
Mr. Francis Flynn
Miss Roberta Fogo '60
Mrs. E. Foley
Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas Foley
Mrs. Thomas Foley
Mrs. J. Chesley Foran
Mr. John L. Forbes
Mrs. Walter A. Ford
Miss Marilyn R. Forrest '60
Miss Susan Foster
Mr. Myron Fottler
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Foy Ill
Mr. 84 Mrs. Benjamin Franklin
Lt. Robert L. Franklin '55
Mr. Almo Franzoni
Mrs. Donald Frazer
Mr. Ralph Frazier
Miss Ena Fredette
Mr. CSL Mrs. Arthur L. French
Mrs. Laurence French
Mr. Bernard Fritz
Mr. Sam Frogel
Mr. Frederick Fuller
Mrs. Walter Fuller
Miss Claire Louise Fusco
Miss Donna N. Fusco
Mr. gl Mrs. Rocco Fusco
Mrs. Shirley Gabaree
Mrs. A. J. Gagnon
Miss Dorothy Gallager '58
Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward F. Gallagher
Mrs. James Gallagher
Mr. Greg Galvin '58
Mrs. Anthony Gangitano
Mr. 84 Mrs. Willard J. Ganter
Mrs. Theodore Gardiner
Mr. 84 Mrs. Chandler K. Garland
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Garland
Mrs. Joseph Garland
Mrs. James T. Gartland
Mr. 84 Mrs. Frank Garutalo
The Gately Family
Mr. H. G. Gauger
Mrs. Charles Gaughan
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Gavin
Mrs. Roger Gazzolo
Mrs. Jack Geary
Mr. Fred L. Gerstein
Mrs. A. Gerulskis
Mr. Joseph Gerulskis
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul Giallongo
Miss Donna C. Gibson '59
Mr. 84 Mrs. Leon Gibson, Jr.
Mr. Robert W. Giger
Miss Alice Gilbault
Mrs. Joseph Gilder
Mr. 84 Mrs. D. F. Gillespie
Mr. 4k Mrs. J. Gilligan
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert Gilmartin
Miss Esther Gizarelli
Mrs. Marion Glover
Mrs. Adele Godas
Miss Jeanne Godas
Mr. 49 Mrs. Joseph J. Godas
Mr. Thomas Godfrey
Mr. George M. Golden
Mrs. Charles Golden
Mr. 84 Mrs. Leo F. Golden
Mrs. William Golden
Miss Claire Gomes
Mr. 84 Mrs. Hugh S. Gomes. Sr.
Mrs. Jane Gonzalis
Mrs. David H. Goodspeed
The Gordan Family
Mr. Bruce A. Gordon U.S.M.C.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Earl A. Gordon
Miss Mary J. Gordon
Mrs. Natalie Gordon '47
Mrs. Richard Gori
Miss Lillian Gormley
Mrs. Carolyn Gould
Mr. Robert Goves
Miss Roxanne Goward '64
Mr. Charles E. Graf
Mr. Charles J. Graham
Chickie 84 Janet Graham
Mr. Fred Graham
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert J. Granahan
Miss Beverly Grant
Mrs. Frank V. Grant
Mr. 84 Mrs. James P. Grant
Miss Alice Gray
Miss Carolyn M. Gray '57
Mrs. Arthur Green
Mr. Ronald Green
Mr. 84 Mrs. Yale J. Greenberg
Miss Anne Greene '61
Mrs. J. George Greenfield
Miss Carol Greenlaw '60
Mr. Abraham Greenspan
Mr. John D. Griftith
Miss Ann Grimshaw '59
Mr. Thomas Grimshaw
Mrs. Joseph I. Grover
Mr. Walter Guilfoy
Mr. Thomas Guinn
Miss Marjorie Sterling Gunther
Mr. Larry E. Gurney U.S.N.
Miss Penny Gustafson
Mrs. Edwin Gustin
Mr. John Habelt
Mr. Charles Half
Mrs. Dorothy Mattson
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Hale
Mr. 84 Mrs. Roy Hall
Mr. Kenneth Hamilton '60
Mr. Joseph B. Hanlon
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Hanney 84
Mrs. Elsie Hannon
Mr. Jerry Hanrahan '59
Mrs. Robert Hansen
Mrs. Arthur W. Hanson
Mr. 84 Mrs. Alexander Harding
Miss Janet Harrington '57
Mr. 84 Mrs. Frederick Harris
Miss Lily Drake Hart
The Hartford Family
Mrs. Mary Hartford
Mr. Roger W. Hartwell '58
Miss Patricia Haslam
Mr. George Hatfield
Miss Lyn Ann Hawes
Mr. Ralph W. Hawes
Mrs. Mary Hay
Miss Eleanor Scanlon Hayden
Mr. Edward F. Hayes
Mr. Thomas Hayman
Mrs. Edwin J. Heap
Mr. Warren Hedin
Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas B.Henihan
Mrs. Howard Henricksen
Mr. James H. Henricksen '59
Mr. Fredrick Heymann
Mr. Forrest D. Higgins
Mrs. Chester L. Hobart
Mrs. George Hodges
Mrs. Barbara D. Hoel
Mrs. Eleanor Hogan
Mrs. Paul J. Hohman
Miss Martha Hohman '60
Mr. 84 Mrs. E. O. Holmberg
Mr. 84 Mrs. Harry L. Holmes
Mr. Henry Holst
Mr. 84 Mrs. David Hooley
Mr. William Hopper '49
Mrs. Josephine Horan
Mrs. Jane Adams Horner
Miss Louise Horton '57
Mrs Morris Horwitz
Mr William Howard
Mr 84 Mrs Laurence Huddy
Mrs Mary P Huddy
Miss Fileen E Hunter
Mr 84 Mrs E S Hupprxch
Mis Joan I-Iurlburt
Mr Harold F Hurley Sr
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Mrs Francis Iacomim
Mrs I Iacomini
Miss Roberta Iacomini 6
Mis William Irvine
Mr Charles Irwin
Mr. Melvin Jack
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard Jack '56 Cgl '57
Miss Geraldine Jackson
Mr. Ralph Jackson
Mr. William C. Jackson
Mr. George Jahn
Mrs. Richard B. Jahns
Miss Mary A. Janes
Mr. Herbert L. Janey
Mrs. Rita V. Janey
Mrs. Ann Janosky
Mr. Albie Jarris
Mrs. Robert Jeffrey
Mr. Robert Jellison
Miss Joyce Jenkins
Mrs. Robert Jenkins
Miss Carolyn Jenks
Mrs. Dagny Jensen
Mr. Cgl Mrs. Paul Jensen
Mr. Ivar Johanson
Mr. Harold Johnson
Mr. Henry L. Johnson
Mrs. J. Henry Johnson
Mr. Lester Johnson
Mr. 84 Mrs. Paul A. Johnson '59
Miss Joan Johnston
Mr. Cgl, Mrs. Frank E. Jones
Miss Evelyn Jordan
Mrs. Joseph M. Joy
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph M. Joy, Jr.
Miss Clare Alice Joyce
Miss Doris Joyce
Mr. Edward M. Joyce
Miss Ellen Joyce '59
Miss Frances M. Joyce
Mr. John Joyce '56
Mr. Leonard Joyce
Miss Mary Joyce
Miss Mary Ann Joyce
Mr. Peter James Joyce
Mr. Richard Paul Joyce
Mr. Thomas Joyce
Mr. 84 Mrs. P. I. Judice
Mr. Robert Kanash
Mr. 84 Mrs. Charles A. Karam
Miss Jane Katz
Miss Mary Lou Kearns
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Keith, Sr.
Mr. Andrew Kelley
Mr. 84 Mrs. John Kelley
Mrs. John E. Kelley
Mr. J. F. Kelley
Mr. Michael F. Kelley
Mr. Paul Kelley '54
Mrs. James J. Kelly
Mrs. John J. Kelly
Mr. Lawrence P. Kelly
Miss Susan Kelly
Mrs. William Kelly
Mr. 84 Mrs. R. Kemp
Mr. Joseph J. Kendrick, Jr. '42
Mr. Allan T. Kennedy
Mr. Christopher F. Kennedy
Mr. 84 Mrs. Stephen Kennedy
Mrs. June Kenney
Miss Sally Kerr
Mr. Harold Kestle
Mr. James Keyes
Mr. Thomas G. Kieley
Miss Mary Kilduff
Mr. Robert Kiley
Mr. 84 Mrs. F. H. Killoran
Mrs. Margaret King
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert King
Miss Anna Kingston
Mr. James Kirley
Mr. Paul Kitchens
Mrs Simone Koch
Mr 84 Mrs Patil LaBrecque
Mr 84 Mrs Joseph Labuzoski
Mr 84 Mrs Arnold S Ladd
Miss Nancy Jean Lain
84Mrs Edwin Lambert Jr 58
William B Lamprey
Peter J Landry
Mrs Eric Langer
Miss Mary D Langille 34
Mr Earl Lantery
Mr Earl Lantery Jr
Mr 84 Mrs Lantz
Mr. Arthur Laramee
Mr. George W. Larkin
Miss Janice Larkin
Mrs. Bernard La Rochelle
Miss Claire Larracey '58
Mr. Edward Larson
Mrs. Elsie Larson
Mrs. William Larson
Mr. William Larson
Mrs. Paul LaHive
Mr. 84 Mrs. Arthur Law
Mrs. Marion Lawler
Miss Patricia Lawler '60
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard T. Lawler
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ARCH GEAR WORKS, INC.
97 Holmes St.
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221 Atlantic St.
ATLANTIC METHODIST CHURCH
62 East Squantum St.
Rev. Willis Miller
BOSTON GEAR WORKS
14 Hayward St.
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350 Hancock St.
95 Newbury Ave.
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39 Fayette St.
115 Billings Road
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270 Hancock St.
76 Billings Rd.
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50 Billings Rd.
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238 Billings Rd.
M. DeMATTEO CONSTRUCTION CO.
200 Hancock St.
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389 Hancock St.
A. W. DINGWELL-REAL ESTATE - NOTARY PUBLIC
6 Royal St.
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400 Hancock St.
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308 West Squantum St.
. Rev. Joseph L. Anderson
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15 Fayette St.
MATHEWSON MACHINE WORKS, INC.
2 Hancock St.
285 Hancock St.
NORFOLK FLOWER SHOP
287 Hancock St.
NORFOLK TV SERVICE
154 East Squantum St.
NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO
131 Hancock St.
Billings Pharmacy, Inc.
282 Billings Rd.
Blacker 81 Holland Lumber Co.
10 Newport Ave.
Cobb Plumbing 8: Heating Co.
125 Billings Rd.
Davidis Beauty Salon
740 E. Squantum St.
68 Billings Rd.
Five Corner Quick Pick
163 Newbury Ave.
PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP., LTD.
6 5 Newport Ave Frank's Variety Store
203 E. Squantum St.
Freeport Cleaners Inc.
RICI-FS TAXI 234 Hancock St.
2 Billings Rd, Fruit Basket, Inc.
GR 2,5352 60 Billings Rd.
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73 Saganwfe St- Hancock Paint 84 Varnish
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Hannon Tire Co.
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22-26 Densmore St.
146 E. Squantum St.
Alfred A. Keith Contractor 8a Builder
15 W. Squantum St.
Lindwood's Fabric House
93 Hancock St.
68 Billings Rd.
49a Billings Rd.
Modern Art Sign Co.
6 Hayward St.
Morley 8: Co.
58 Billings Rd.
Dr. Alan M. Morse
61 Hancock St.
67 Hancock St.
Norfolk Downs Bowling Alley
421 Hancock St.
Norfolk Furniture Co.
67 Billings Rd.
North Quincy Co-operative Bank
440 Hancock St.
North Quincy Drug Store Inc.
407 Hancock St.
North Quincy Tailors 8: Cleaners
68 Newbury Ave.
North Quincy Taxi
198 Hancock St.
Stan,s Friendly Service Station
771 E. Squantum St.
J. J. Smyth, Inc.
66 Newbury Ave.
87 Hancock St.
Ted 84 Jim's Barber Shop
16 Billings Rd.
A. L. Turner Hardware
471 Hancock St.
Whalen Real Estate
1 19 Montclair Ave.
Wollaston Brass SL Aluminum Foundry, Inc.
31 Fayette St.
QUINCY SAVINGS BANK
371 Hancock St.
GR 2-0025-main ollice
SWIFT 81 BACHMAN, INC
330 Hancock St.
THQMAS 81 THOMAS-INSURANCE 8a REAL ESTATE
44 Billings Rd.
WHITE BROS. MILK CO.
50 French St.
DEE DEE'S RESTAURANT
71 Beale St.
576 Hancock St.
GR 2-1 137
ROGER W. KENT Sc CO., INC.
725 Wm. T. Morrissey Blvd.
KEOHANE FUNERAL HOME
785 8: 333 Hancock St.
PRESIDENTS' CITY MOTEL
845 Hancock St.
WOLLASTON FEDERAL SAVINGS 8z LOAN ASSN.
15 Beach St.
H. P. .HOOD 8z SONS, INC.
75 Adams St.
Beale Street Fish Market
35 Beale St.
Betsy Lee Shoppe
11 Beale St.
134 West Elm Ave.
624 Hancock St.
STAR OF THE SEA CATHOLIC CHURCH
107 Bellevue Rd.
Paul M. Paulson, Jr.-Painter
880 E. Squantum St.
Snyder's Variety Store
735 E. Squantum St.
75 3 E. Squantum St.
Montclair Barber Shop
121 Montclair Ave.
Montclair Men's Club
Montclair Pharmacy, Inc.
221 W. Squantum St.
Montclair Service Station
224 W. Squantum St.
Morse's Auto Radiator Shop
179 W. Squantum St.
H. E. Rickard 8a Sons-Roofing
14 Hilma St.
C. G. Walker-Heating 81. Oils
OUlNCY'S FASHION CENTER
QUINCY SQUARE MERCHANTS
The Bargain Center, Inc. Parlee Fashion Shoppe
6 Washington St. 1538 Hancock St.
Beebe's Towne 84 Country Patty Page Adorable Shoes
1468 Hancock St.
Capitol Super Market
1508 Hancock St.
Amelio Della Chiesa
Mayor of Quincy
China Star Restaurant
1509 Hancock St.
Pompeo Motors, Inc.
666 Southern Artery
156 Franklin St.
Quincy Furniture Co.
105 Sea St. 1604 Hancock St.
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1222 Hancock St.
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290 Washington St.
1609 Hancock St.
1487 Hancock St.
20 Cottage Ave.
1187 Hancock St.
653 Southern Artery
479 Southern Artery
BURGIN, PLATNER 8: CO., INC. RAYTHEON CO.
1357 Hancock St. 465 Centre St.
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DEPENDABLE CLEANSERS REMICK'S OF QUINCY
27 Adams St. 1517 Hancock St.
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W. T. GRANT CO. SCOTT-WILLIAMS, INC
152 Parking Way 9 Saville St.
GR 2-6547 PR 3-2870
MODERN FORMAL SHOP TOPS-ALL DAIRY
1639 Hancock St. 407 Sea St.
PR 3-7213 GR 2-9397
QUINCY MOTOR CO., INC.
. The Seafair, Inc.
35 Qumcy Ave' 99 McGrath Highway
The Sherwin-Williams Co
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242 Washintgon St. Sid,S Tuxedo Shop
PR 3-0861 17 Quincy Ave.
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79 Coddington St.
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6 Beacon St., Boston
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367 Boylston St., Boston
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715 Dudley St., Boston
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1098 Mass. Ave., Arlington
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162 Bridge St.. No. Weymouth
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220 Dorchester Aye.. Dorchester
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820 Morrissey Blvd.. Dorchester
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405 Franklin St.. Braintree
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488 Neponset Ave.. Dorchester
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6-14 Adams St.. Quincy
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326 Granite Ave.. Milton
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51 Melcher St.. Boston
CLASS of 1961 SENIOR GIRLS' CLUB
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CLASS of 1962 SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
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