Northampton High School - Nesaki Yearbook (Northampton, MA)

 - Class of 1955

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These Nipmucs, "fresh water people" as they were called by their Indian brothers of the coast lands, reserved, however, the right to continue living in the vicinity, consequently, North- ampton's heritage has been enriched with Indian names and legends of the area. One of these Indian names, Nesaki, became the title of Northampton's yearbook, and the theme of the 1955 edition is designed to show this association with our early history. Nesaki, literally translated, means "looking back from the top of the mountain". The publication of the yearbook stands out as the peak, whence we can best look back to four unforgettable years at Northampton High School. 4 HI I ffl I X FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM R. BARRY Superinfendenf of Schools SCHOOL COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: Joseph Lo Bello, Mrs. Evelyn Brick, Mayor James Cahillane, Mrs. Ervin Putnam, Hiram Brownell. SECOND ROW: Eugene McCarfhy, Glenn Prescoti, Alverius Morse, Alden Judge, law- rence Kelly. 1 RONALD DARBY Principal No record of the achievements of the class of "55" would be complete without a tribute to the members of our faculty at Northampton High School. Without their assistance, their continued encouragement, and their unwavering confidence in us, our four years would not have been so successful. We wish to express gratitude to our principal, Mr. Darby, who has, through our many contacts with him, gained our ever-increasing admiration and respect. Our sincere appreciation also goes to both Miss Dopp- mann and Mr. Foran for their unlimited advice and patience. Each academic department has contributed in molding us for adult life. We have become better citizens because of the efforts of the history depart- ment. The science and mathematics departments have shown us the necessity of accuracy. Before we re- ceived training from them, we were content with the simple acceptance of facts, but now we ask the ques- tion, "Why?" The commercial department has broad- ened our opportunities for success in the business world. We have become aware, through the Latin department, of the meaning and the power of a word. The French department has given us an insight into the language and customs of our foreign friends. Thanks to the English department, we have become better acquainted with the mysteries and techniques of our own language and have discovered the rich treasury of world literature. It was these "medicine men," the men and women of the Northampton High School faculty, to whom we turned not only for guidance in our studies but for solutions to many problems. As we conclude four years here, we wish to extend a hearty thank you to the members of the faculty at Northampton High School. MYRTLE DOPPMANN JOHN FORAN Dean of Girls Vice-Principal JOAN DOUYARD MRS. RUTH POLITO Secretary Io Mr. Darby Secretary to Mr. Darby Q r 5, RUTH BARTON MRS. RUTH NEWMAN Secretary io Mr. Barry Secreiory io Mr. Barry fe' RAYMOND BENTLEY GLORIA BISAILLON Algebra, General Science Supervisor of Physical Educaiion I A I inf JAMES BISHOP JOHN BUTEAU Business Subiecfs Head of French Deportmenf Treasurer of Activities Fund NORA CLIFFORD JOSEPH CONNOR Bookkeeping, Typing Head Coach Driver Educaiion M. ELIZABETH CLARENCE CONZ Physical Eclucarion Ar? Supervisor M1 ,fi A, , ,. .r BERNARD DONNELLY KATHERINE DWYER English, Debating Biology, Hisiory BEATRICE FITTS JOHN HANLEY Supervisor of Music Manual Aris ELIZABETH HARKNESS JOHN HENRY Algebra English CLARENCE HOLWAY RALPH HOSFORD Algebra Biology Commercial Geography 1 ANNE HYLAND BEATRlCE KALKA Physical Education DOMGSNC Arts MARGARET LUCEY GERTRUDE Lgfin MacFARLANE Hislory i- ALICE McCULLOCH JAMES MCDONALD English, Latin History, Algebra Basketball Coach ANNA MCDONNELL MARGARET MCKENNA Head of English, Global Geography Mathematics Department GEORGE MENOUSEK VIRGINIA MILLS Bond Director English DORATHEA NAGEL PRISCILLA NODDIN Head of English Commercial Department I . Li ALLAN O'BRlEN MARGARET O'BRlEN Chemistry, Geometry Junior Business, Shorthand x X -F -: MARGARET O'CONNORt ANNETTE O'LEARY Shorthand, Typing History in fi M R 5 jz. S , ,N ig Q 3 f Q L . , "Hillsong JAMES PARSONS CHARLES PEARCE Assistant Couch Guidance Director MARK RAND ETHEL SAUNDERS Problems of Democracy Head of History English Department 43 M THOMAS SHEA LEDYARD SOUTHARD Algebra, Chemistry Head of History Department SIBYL STEVENS AGNES THOMS JOHN WOODWARD Geology French MRS. THERESA WALPOLE French, Latin Speech, Dramatics DAVID WRIGHT Head of Science Department Director of Athletics JOHN MURPHY, M.D. MRS. ESTHER BOYLE, R.N. CATHERINE RILEY, R.N. QAbsentJ ff 'r fl 1 If 'fl Ks' . .. Q. , 'L W" ,1 Y ' fy' C ' x N' rkjcgff cf ft N J 'ag 'gig' " ss X A -.g -' f 'U 4 -X fQ"4i':f!3-3? 1 v N ' "fQki ag- R 4- - SENIORS Q r f 6 rw f f HIGH LIGHTS OF OUR SENIOR YEAR Sanford Leland, Vice Presidentp Ste- phen Buchund, President I 1 I F? J JI ' VX, . ' 4, Q I I N4 . r Y fltlbkshsum. Q -- I U-wuz 1 1 Y unwin- in I - V " Basketball I I C "' r y y I HX" 3 I '? 4, I It y I , H I n I III gg S w 2 , Court Scene Booster D ,- -- ' M I Freshman It ecep tion I I .I jf , If ,f A 4 f 7 ,wo SX f 1 JJ:-sensor pmm X , College Boards 'i ' R' X M' 7f71III ,IIIIWN R igs ' f 'YIIIIIVW MARKS I - ff III I IW stiff QQA Q I ,7 If Il: I !Ql my if 4 I II III. U' 1 ' I UI' I IX IAQ AIIIIIII foo, fe XI X-X7 VuQi'fmlQlw LORRAINE ANDERSON College. Pro Merito I, 2, 3, 4, Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics 1, Sopho- more Chorus 2, Marshal 3, 4, Dues Collector 'l. ROBERT ASTE Commercial. JANET ADAMITES Commercial. Students' Review 3, 4, Dues Collector 3, Library Worker 3, Badminton 2. WILLIAM BAILEY College. Pro Merito I, 2, 3, 4, Green Room Players 2, 3, lVice President, 4, Freshman Dramat- ics fPresidentl I, Thespians 2, 3, Nice President, 4, Nesaki 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, Glee Club 1, French Club KVice President, 3, 4, Moth Club 4, Students' Re- view 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ALLEN Commercial. Freshman Dramat- ics 1, Students' Review 3, 4, Nesaki 4, Glee Club 3, Sopho- more Chorus 2, Basketball 3, Peanut League 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Field Hockey 3. HARRIET BALDWIN College. Glee Club 2, Maiorette 2, 3 IND, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Peanut League 2. I WALTER ARNOLD Commercial. Glee Club I, Sopl omore Chorus 2. STEPHEN BACHAND College. Pro Merito I, 2, I CSecretary-Treasurerj 4, Nesal fEditor-in-Chief, 4, Student Coul cil 4, Class President 4, Glo Club 'l, Math Club 4, Footba I, 2, QManagerI 3, Basketba I, 2, 3. Q 2'-.. RONALD BEAUPRE Commercial. Sophomore Chorus 2: Baseball 'l, 3. MARJORY BLOW College. Freshman Dramatics 1, Sophomore Chorus 27 Marshal 2, 3, 4. NANCY BANASIESKI Commercial. Green Room Players 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics 'ly Ne- saki 4j Glee Club l, 25 Sopho- more Chorus 27 Marshal 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 4. ALLAN BOYD College. Green Room Players 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics 'lg Thes- pions 47 Debating lp Math Club 47 Hi-Y l, 2, fPresidentl 3. CAROLINE BARTLETT Commercial. Pro Merito l, 2, 3, 45 Students' Review QCirculationJ 47 Nesaki 4, Student Council 45 Glee Club 2, Orchestra 2, Mar- shal l, 2, 3, Basketball 'l, 2, 3 CND, 47 Field Hoclley 3 KNJ, 4. CAROL BOYLE College. Green Room Players 3: Freshman Dramatics 'lp Nesoki 47 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Dues Collector 45 Bos- ketball 1, Field Hockey KNJ 3. ARTHUR BENDER College. Pro Merito 'l, 2, 45 Freshman Dramatic: l, lProgram Chairmanlf Thespians 4, Green Room Players 2, 4, Students' Re- view 4f Nesalzi 4, French Club 4, Math Club 4, Nesaki lAdver- tisingl l, 2. JOHN BOUDWAY Commercial. Glee Club lp Soph- omore Chorus 2. DAVID BRI DGMAN Commercial. Glee Club 1, Soph- omore Chorus 2, Baseball 1. RICHARD CARNES College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics 'l, Thes- pians 4, Students' Review 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Football I. LOUIS BRAZEAU College. Tumbling 1, 2 KNJ, 3, Thespians 4, Football 1, French Club 4. CARL CHARRETTE Commercial. Glee Club 'l, Soph- omore Chorus 2. FRANCIS BRESNAHAN College. Student Council 3, Class lSecretory-Treosurerj 3, Sopho- more Chorus 2, Marshal 4, Dues Collector I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3 CND, 4, Basketball 'l. RICHARD CLAPP Commercial. Band 'l, Sophomore Chorus 2, Marshal 3, 4, Football 1, 2 CND, 3, KManagerJ 4, Basket- ball 'l, 2, 3 CND, 4, Baseball 'I, 2 KNI, 3, 4. SONJA CARLBERG Commercial. Band 1, 2 INJ 3, Freshman Dramatic: I. JOYCE CAYEN College. Band I, 2, 3 KNJ, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Dues Col- lector I, Peanut League 2. ANN CLIFFORD College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics 'I, Ne- saki 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Chorus 4, Orchestra 2, French Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. ANN CONNOR College. Pro Merito l, 2, 3, 4, Green Room Players 3, 4, Thes- pians 3, 4, Students' Review lCirculationJ 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Senior Chorus 4, Marshal 3, 4, French Club 3, 4. DAVID CLARK College. Pro Merito l, 2, 3, 4, Students' Review 3, 4, Nesaki 4, French Club 4, Math Club 4. JOANNE COTE College. French Club 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Baseball 3 QNJ, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, fPresiclentJ 4. ROSEMARY CLARK College. Green Room Players 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket ball l. ROGER COULOMBE College. Class Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Glee Club l, 2, Marshal 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. 1 WILLIAM COLEMAN Commercial. Sophomore Chorus 2, Football 1, 2 CND, 4, Baseball l, 3 QNJ, 4. DEIRDRE COONEY College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Students' Review 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Soph- omore Chorus 2, French Club 3, 4. PAUL CRAIG College. ROBERT CZELUSNIAK College. Student Council 'l, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Marshal 3, 45 Dues Collector lp Football 'lg Basketball l, 2, 35 Baseball 'I CND, 2. JON COWEN College. Green Room Players 3, 47 Freshman Dramatics 'l, Thes- pians 3, 4, Students' Review 3, 49 French Club 4, Skiing 'I KN! 45 Marshal 4. KENNETH DANIELS 1 GERALD COX College. Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club If Band 'l, 2, 3 CN, ICaptainl 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. GAIL DARLING Commercial. Students' Review 3, F 1 College. Green Room Players 3, Glee Club 2. NANCY CROSLAND College. Green Room Players I 35 Freshman Dramatiu I: Chee: leader 3, fCaptaini 4, Glee Clul lg Senior Chorus 4, Peanut lea gue 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. DONALD DAMON College. Band I, 2 KNJ, 3, 4, Orchestra 'I . I' IRENE DAWICKI Commercial. Freshman Dramatics lg Glee Club 1. DOROTHY DELISLE College. Pro Merito 3, 4, Glee Club 25 Marshal 3, 4. BEATRICE DAVIS RAYMOND DAUPHINAIS Commercial. Pro Merito 1, 3, Students' Review 3, 47 Nesaki 4, Commercial. Green Room Players Glee Club 2, Sophomore Chorus 'Ip Freshman Dramatics 'Ig Cam- 'l, 27 Marshal 3, 47 Dues Col- era Club 1. lector 3, Library Worker 3, 4. BARBARA DEPTULA BETTY-JANE DEWEY College. Pro Merito 3, Green . , . Commercial. Students Review Room Players 2, 3' 4: Sophomore KAdvertisingJ 'Ip Dues Collector 4. Chorus 27 Marshal 3, 4. 20 JUDITH DAY College. Green Room Players 3, 4, Nesaki 47 Band 'l, 2 CNJ, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. WILLIAM DENNO Commercial. Marshal 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Baseball 2. I , JI BARBARA DRYZGULA College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 45 Freshman Dramatics 15 Stu- dents' Review 35 Nesaki 45 Senior Chorus 45 Marshal 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. JANICE DUFFUS College. Green Room Players 35 Freshman Dramatics 15 Glee Club 1, 25 French Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4. JEAN ANN DOSTAL College. Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 45 Green Room Players 2, 45 Fresh- man Dramatics 15 Sophomore Chorus 25 Marshal 2, 3, 45 Stu- dents' Review 4. Q, BEVERLIE DUPLISSE Commercial. Green Room Players 2, 35 Students' Review 45 Ne- salci 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Soph- omore Chorus 25 Marshal 3, 45 Debating lSecretary1 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Pro Merito 4. ROBERT DOYLE College. Marshal 45 Dues Col- lector 25 Football 1, 2 QNJ, 3, 45 Basketball CManageri KN, 2. DONNA FAGAN College. Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 45 Green Room Players 2, 3, 45 Freshman Dramotics 15 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Students' Review 3, 45 Student Council 45 Band 1, 2 KNJ, 3, 45 French Club 45 Students' Review lAdvertisingi 2. MARIANNE DRYZGULA Commercial. Pro Merito 25 Stl dents' Review 3, 45 Marshal I 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. PHYLLIS DUNNY College. Green Room Players I 35 Freshman Dramatics 15 Glu Club 1, 25 Sophomore Chorus I French Club 3. JOAN FROST Commercial. Pro Merifo 3, Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2 QND, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. ABIGAIL FULLER College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatic: 1, Thes- pians 4, Glee Club 1, Debating 2, French Club 3, Dues Collector I, 3, 4, Peanut League 2, Field Hockey 2. JEANNE FOSTER College. Green Room Players 2, 3, Freshman Dramaiics 1, Mar- shal 3, French Club 3, Peanut League 2, Field Hockey 2 KNJ, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Badminton 3, Skiing 2. JAMES FRENIER Commerical. ROSE GRANGER ROBERT GRAHAM Commercial. Pro Merifo l, 2, . 3, 4, Students' Review 1Circula- Commerclal. Marshal 3, 4, Foot- . honl 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, ball l, 2 CND, 3, 4, Baseball 'l, 2 N 3 4 B k b H 3 Marshal 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2 l 7' ' ' "' " C' ' a mm, 4, Softball :4 my, new Hockey 2 cm, 3, 4. JOSEPH FROST College. College. EARL GETT ' Vs. Q GAIL GREENE Commercial. Studenfs' Review 4: Glee Club l, 21 Sophomore Cho- rus 2g Students' Review 4. MADELINE HAGER Commercial. Pro Merito 2. i 12 ' A SR-Q Q A 3 X .... Hi Tex , ' ' .1 'T Q ' Jffiw.. ai 'K Vfjvnj . -:QW Q1 2 A-1 ,K ., ELIZABETH GRAVES GRACE GRAVES Commerical. Sophomore Chorus College. Senior Chorus 47 Soph- 25 Field Hockey CND 3. PAUL HARGRAVES College. Fooiball 4. A . wipggig. . .Q 23 'Mm 1 Eiknsfif f ' if ' omore Chorus 25 Marshal 3, 4. F ,X Q- R W y RICHARD HAGELSTEIN X C o m m e rcia l . ' i.ili A . RONALD HALL Commercial. BARBARA HARLOW .7 Commercial. Pro Merifo 3g Stu- 'T' dents' Review Mdvertisingl 45 gg: " 1 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Peanut League E TE 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. in L,,V . JOYCE HEBERT Commercial. Glee Club 2, RICHARD HODGES College. JAMES HARTWELL CYNTHIA HATHAWAY College. Pro Merito 37 Math College. Glee Club lVice Presi- Club 4 dentl 4 Marshal 2 3 4 -v THOMAS HIRSCHFELD College. Pro Merito 3, 4, Green Room Players 3, Students' Re- view 3, lEditor-in-Chiefl 4, French Club 3, 4, Math Club 4. 'Nw .P t. V 'H A -yt MARY HUNT ' . e'lle . rf , I -HI, College. Senior Chorus 4, Mar- l ow j ' ."" shal 2, 3, 4. ig 9 I Z , .,-5 .57 .X . 3 f lj r NILES JACOBY LEWIS lVES College. Bond 'l, 2, 3 QNJ, 4. .S College' Green Room Players 4: Orchestra 'I, 25 Football 4, Base- Orchestra 'I, 2, French Club 3. . ta. bull 'lg Hu-Y l. 24 M 15 I P51 1 , ni U , .6--11 f . F ' 7 if ' ' gl Q ' Q. C 5 Yffillef.. HELEN KAIRIS Commercial. Pro Merila 3, Slu- dents' Review 3, 47 Marshal 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y Ureasurerj 3, lSecre- laryl 4. KAREN KERSAGE College. French Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3. RICHARD JOHNSON RAYMOND JOHNSTON College. Band l, 2, 3. College. ROBERT KIREJCZYK Commercial. Football 'l, 2, Bas- ketball 1, 2. L BARBARA KUBOSIAK Commercial. Glee Club 2. EDWARD KEEFE Commercial. JUDITH KING College. Pro Merifo T, 2, 3, A Green Room Players l, 2, Fresl' man Dramalics lp Students' Rl view 2, 3, 4, Band 'l, fAssislan Director! 2, 3, 45 Skiing 1 QNX 2, 3, 4, Students' Review lAd verlisingl l. JOSEPH LAMANNA Commercial. Dues Collector 4. JANE LAMPRON ' Commercial. Pro Merito 'l, 2, 3, 41 Students' Review fCirculationJ 45 Maiorette 3, Mead! 4, Dues Collector 3. STELLA KUGLER Commercial. Students' Review 3, 47 Glee Club 3, Basketball 4. SANFORD LELAND College. Pro Merito 'l, 2, 3, Nice Presidentl 4: Green Room Players 2, 3, fPublicity Chairmanj 47 Thespians 3, CPresidentJ 4, Students' Review 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Class Vice Pres- ident 4, Glee Club 'Ip Band 1, 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 Math Club 4. GORDON LA FLEUR Commercial. Baseball 1, 2. JOAN LEVEILLE Commercial. Students' Review 2, 3: Glee Club 'lp Sophomore Cho- rus 2. BERNARD LAMPRON Commercial. Marshal 4, Dues Collector 37 Baseball 1, 2 IND 3. PATRICIA LAWLER College. Freshman Dramatic: 'lp Band 'l, 2, 3 KNJ, 4, Sophomore Chorus 2: Dues Collector I, 45 Peanut league 1, 2, 4. 'E l ' VIRGINIA MISTARK College. Students' Review 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Sophomore Cho- rus 2. FRANK MOLITORIS Commercial. Pro Merito I, 25 Freshman Dramatics lg Green Room Players 2. THOMAS LYONS College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics lVice Presidentl 'Ig Thespians 3, 45 Stu- dents' Review 2, 3: Nesaki 4, Student Council 4, Band 1, 2 KNI, 3, French Club 35 Math Club 4. CONSTANCE MUZYKA College. Students' Review lAd- vertisingl 3: Nesaki 4, Dues Col- lector 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4. HARRY MCCOLGAN College. Student Council 1, 3, Class President 3, Marshal 4, Football 1, 2 IND, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3 KNJ, 4, Baseball I. DAVID NEAL College. BETTY MOLITORIS Commercial. Green Room Player 2, 35 Freshman Dramatic! lp Stu dents' Review lCirculatlonl 45 Nesalii lAdvertisingl 2, 3, Glel Club 25 Marshal 3, 45 Peanu League 2, 47 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Badminton 2, Field Hockey 3. ROBERT MONTAGUE College. Freshman Dramatic! I Debating lp Dues Collector 'l. ELIZABETH NILES College. Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4, Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Stu- dents' Review 3, 4, Nesaki 4, Marshal 3, 4, French Club 4, Dues Collector T, 2, Field Hockey lManagerD 3 CND, 4. ELIZABETH O'DONNELL Commercial. Pro Merito 'I, 2, 3, 4, Green Room Players 2, Fresh- man Dramatics 1, Students' Re- view 3, Glee Club 2, Marshal 3, 4. SANDRA NEDVESKI Commercial. Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, JOHN NEWTON 4, Students' Review 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial. Marshal 3, 4, Foot- Sophomore Chorus 2, Marshal ball I, 2 CND, 3, Baseball 1. 3, 4. GEORGE PAPPAS Commercial. Football 'l, Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 'l. EILEEN PAQUETTE College. Students' Review 4, Bas- ketball 3 KND fManagerD 4, Bose- ball 3 KND fManagerD 4, Peanut League 'l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. CAROL NORMANDEAU Commercial. Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I. MARY OSGOOD Commercial. Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4, Students' Review KCirculatianD 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Class fSecretary-TreasurerD 4, Glee Club 2, Marshal T, 2, 3, fCaptainD 4, Basketball I, 2, 3 CND, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3 KND, 4. 1 MARY PAYSON Commercial. CHARLES PREBLE College. Dues Collector 2, Golf 4. JEAN PARSONS College. Students' Review fCir- SERGEI PASTUHOV culationl 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3 QNJ, 4, Peanut League 1, 2, College. Field Hockey 2 CND, 3, Badmin- ton QNJ 2. HELEN RASCHE College. Pro Merito I, 2, 47 Green Room Players 3, 45 Stu- dents' Review 3, 4, Nesaki 45 Marshal 4, French Club 45 Ski s Team 4, Field Hockey KManogerJ CND 4. JOHN PUTNAM College. 29 JOAN PRATT Commercial. Green Room Player 2, 3, 4: Freshman Dramatic: I Nesaki 4, Senior Chorus 4. FRANCIS PURCELL College. Band 4, Football 1, 1 OWEN RICHTER College. Freshman Dramatics 1. BETTY RUDY College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 47 Freshman Dramatics 'lg Stu- dents' Review lCirculationJ 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Sophomore Cho- rus 2, Marshal 3, 4, French Club 4, Peanut League 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SALLY READ College. Pro Merito 1, 3, Green Room Players 2, 3g Students' Re- view l, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics lPublicity Chairmanl lf Cheer- leader 3 CND, 4, Glee Club 'l, 2, Senior Chorus 45 Debating 'I, lSecretaryJ 2, French Club 3, Baseball 3 CND, 4, Peanut League 1, 2, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3 QNX, 4, Nesaki CAdvertlsingJ lp Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Badminton 2. EDWARD SANNA College. Pro Merito l, 2. DAVID RICHARDSON Commercial. Football 'I, 2, 4, Baseball 1. X-.. FREDERICK SHAW Commercial. Football 1, 2 KNJJ Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I. JOAN RITTER Commercial. Pro Merito 45 Band l, 2 KNJ, 3, 4: Basketball 'l, 2 KNJ, 3, 4: Peanut League 'I, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 3: Badminton 2: Field Hockey KN! 3. JOHN SANKEY Commercial. .1 f. 1 4 l llg 1 1 l .gp -' A WILFRED SPENCER College. Freshman Dramatics lg Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3. PAUL STRAMESE College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatic: lp Thes- pians 3, 4, Nosaki Business Man- agerl 47 Band l, 2, 3 KN! 4, French Club 3, 4, Math Club 4 ELINOR SHORO Commercial. Students' Review 3, 4, Senior Chorus 4: Sophomore Chorus 2, Basketball 2, Peanut League 2. DONALD TEPPER College. Green Room Players 2, Freshman Dramatics lg Students' Review 2, 3, 4, Nesalti 2, 37 Bond l, 2, 3 CND, 47 Orchestra 2. RICHARD SLABINSKI Commercial. Glee Club 2. RONALD' TILTON Commercial. YVONNE ST. LAURENCE Commercial. Freshman Dramatic: lp Students' Review 45 Cheer- leader 3 IND, Glee Club li Dull Collector 47 Peanut League 24 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3 CChaplainl 4. JOY SUBOCZ ' College. Pro Merito l,'2, 3, 45 Green Room Players 37 Nesakl 4, Senior Chorus 45 Band I, 2 CND, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, los- ketboll 3 CND, CManagerl 43 Trl- Hi-Y 3, 4. JEAN TUDRYN HARRY TINKER College. Pro Merito 45 Freshman College. Basketball 'I5 Base- Dramatics 'l5 Green Room Players bull l- 2, 3, 45 Students' Review 35 Ne- saki 45 Marshal 3, 4. VALERIE VENNE College. Freshman Dramatics 15 Students' Review lCirculaticnJ 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3 QNJ, 45 Dues Collector 2, 45 Softball 'I CND, 2, 3, 45 Peanut League 1, 2, 45 Tri-Hi-Y lProgram Chairman! 2, 4, CSecretaryl 3. PATRICIA WALOWEEK Commercial. Students' Review 35 Dues Collector 3. ti A NANCY WIGHT Ilt. .31 DONALD WHITLOCK ,Q u College. Green Room Players 25 ,. 'zz Commimol' Mirsmul 47 Baseball Freshman Dramatics 'I5 Glee Club .. or 1, 2, , 4, Foot Q 3, 4. 1: Band 2 ,NL 3- A A r T . 33? ii ii - ,. f 'Q 32 ,a jax JOAN VlNELLl Commercial. Pro Merito 2, 35 St U. dents' Review 3, 45 Dues Collec- tor 3, 4. BETTY JEAN WARREN Commercial. Students' Revi lCirculationJ 45 Band 1, 2, 3, ew 4. MARIANNE ZALENSKI College. Freshman Dramatics l, Students' Review 2, 3, 4, Nesaki 4, Senior Chorus 4, Debating 2, Dues Collector I, 2, Field Hockey 3 IND, 4, Basketball 3 IND, 4, Softball I QNJ, 2, 3, 4, Peanut League I, 2, 4, Badminton 2, Trl-Hi-Y 2, Wresidentl 3, lVice President, 4. CHARLES WILHELM College. Pro Merito 1, 3, 4, Stu- dents' Review 3, Nesoki 4, French Club 3, Math Club 4, Basketball 1, Baseball l, 2 CND, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ZAWALICK College. Pro Merito l, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics fSecretaryJ I, Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, lsecretaryl 4, Stu- dents' Review 3, 4, Cheerleader 3 KNI, 4, Glee Club I, French Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH WILLARD College. Green Room Players 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dramatics 'I, Sophomore Chorus 2, French Club 4, Peanut League 2, 4, Skiing I. MICHAEL YOUNG College. Student Council KPresi- dentl 4, Marshal 3, 4, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. EMILY ZIFF College. Green Room Players 2, 3, Freshman Dromotics l, Stu- dents' Review 2, 3, 4, Nesaki 4, Student Council CSecretaryJ 4, Senior Chorus 4, Band l, 2 IND, 3, 4, Debating l, 2, French Club 3, Basketball 3 IND, 4, Peanut League 'l, 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, KSec- retoryl 3, Field Hockey 2, 3 INI 4, Badminton 2. MARCIA ZALESKY College. Pro Merito I, Green Room Players 2, 3 lSecretaryl 4 Freshman Dromotics 1, Thespian: 2, 3, 4, Nesaki 4, Senior Choru: 4, French Club 3, 4. we ,ll .fi Jil M3 Q f b W f 1' ' I W .ls lx MW Z j MW' ff' A." ff 1 f 51- Lb, chael Young MOST POP BEST LOO John Newton ggi fl 2? .- VRESI CENT Jud'th K'ng X FOR U- 5- QW SENATOR X-X U ONE Mosr Fon N. H. s. Q ' , " L4, ley Elizabeth Zowulick ! 0 5 l X ' Y F its " x 5 A W I I 2 Vf I K W e J ..lW 3 s 'L f ' I r X A X N, 2544, x I , A viii LI I VJ 4.4, S Ef.:::f.1:1:,.d Miizzfz . ky e -awf?f'fTf Q .: K ' ' XSWlM .f X6 'Q 7f Xb 4 XX ' "" Nr M051 Musical ,f X Gerald cox Judith K' 9 la e M 4 . rbcrc Dryzguuolaest Anim chqrleswalhelg , -4 El I ' xx. ,J if A A '1 l e 45 ' -'F-1 1 S 4- , S ...-.-.G-51 H -:I - ' xx X .A I K V . X ,- 1 x X 1 y , - V Af' Q I f ' f W' 3' e X in Best Athl i ,I Robert G h Q f -' -if R Wittiesf i' .A 058 Grd 9 R g C I be Joanne Cote 2 I f f 1 ' ax , gf W 1 ,Q A 1 " Y if' 'fi f Q P5 Q9 5' M . X -W . 6 X 117 if R-. 1 15: ,, not fx X ,I 0 LJNDERCLASSMEN X-1 - '- deff' -T w.,,g. f' :QV f f- ' -- ' . .-F., ,..r" ' ,, . ..ff?+'.g ,, ' -. . x.'.:f,'- -' ,- ' N '.f' lgff' JLJNIQRS Juniors! We have finally achieved this upper- class rank after striving at what first seemed an unconquerable task. We are on the third level of our high school career. Since we entered this "court room" we have been tried as Freshmen and sentenced as Sopho- ROOM 208 FIRST ROW: V. Vanasse, R. Tepper, S. Schwartz, J. Zalesky, P. Toolin, A. Subocz, J. Start. SECOND ROW: A. Shea, C. Wilga, E. Selveclti, J. Shermeta, B. Shaw, P. Schmitter, B. Touchette, J. Sinclair. THIRD ROW: G. Scandale, W. Winnie, D. Valenta, J. Svoboda, M. Simeone, R. Turban, A. Smith, R. Wakem. FOURTH ROW: E. Schalk, J. Skowronek, R. Tracy, E. Trzcienski, R. Whitman, P. Subocz, W. Steidler, A. Sargenski, J. Tenczar. 38 R. Altimari, Vice-President, E. Schalk President. mores. Now we are Junior, acting as iurors, com- pletely prepared to accept the enviable position of being iudges, namely, the Seniors of N. H. S. We will be the ones looked up to by "those underclass- men," and ours will be the duty of helping to main- tain the honor and well reputed name of our school. ROOM 209 FIRST ROW: J. Ondras, N. Purseglove, M. Salva- tore, J. Phillips, J. Mientka, J. Pashek, L. Reuss. SECOND ROW: P. Miller, C. Rand, L. Menard L. Morton, J. Richardson, P. Pruzynski, C. Roy THIRD ROW: G. Rust, H. Ryan, B. Murphy, K. McGrath, S. Nawroclli, D. Muzyka, R. Poulin FOURTH ROW: W. Rutkowski, W. Pease, G. Pap: '- pas, A. Porter, N. Purseglove. FIFTH ROW: R. Rhoades, T. Olczak, J. Meehan, T. Piepiora, G. Murphy. ROOM 210 FIRST ROW: M. Manwell, M. Katra, R. Lampron, C. Landry, A. Landry, S. Hills, J. Hickling. SEC- OND ROW: L. Kolcz, M. Kennedy, L. Hurley, J. LaFreniere, P, Madru, P. Izbicki, J. Kowaleski. THIRD ROW: C. Howard, J. LaFlamme, D. Katra, G. Lawrence, B. Mayotte, R. LaCroix, J. LaFreniere. FOURTH ROW: E. Kireiczyk, G. Keefe, G. May- otte, L. Mahoney, F. Mailloux, F. LaMontagne. FIFTH ROW: R. Latham, E. Lemery, J. McGrath, S. Kloc, J. Hobbs, C. Latham. ROOM 211 FIRST ROW: K. Ennis, A. Grant, P. Egan, P. Harris B. Fungaroli, M. Hall, B. Frenier. SECOND ROW J. Fisher, J. Fusek, N. Fitter, G. Hathaway, W Grant, M. Flynn, A. Dunn. THIRD ROW: E. Glad den, R. Fox, J. Gagnon, M. Duseau, S. Duda, G. Duda, R. Foote, D. Finn. FOURTH ROW: D. Gen ereux, F. Hennessy, F. Grinnell, J. Foran, J. Gonski D. Fillcins. pm. 'L ROOM 304 FIRST ROW: B. Bai, B. Black, E. Anderson, C. Baldwin, J. Benoit, M. Addison. SECOND ROW: K. Barrows, P. Bak, F. Barker, R. Altimari, R. Banner, K. Bernier. THIRD ROW: E. Berube, W. Barnett, T. Bixby, D. Belanger, R. Balise. FOURTH ROW: D. Benoit, D. Berube, B. Baldwin, J. Banner. FIRST Clark, E. ROW: J. poseo, ROW: M ROOM 309 ROW: B. Delisle, M. Brennan, D. Davies, M. Burke, J. Bushney, N. Carroll. SECOND Burns, J. Derouin, L. Chereski, J. Cam- Challet, A. Dodge, J. Bouchard. THIRD . Descarage, P. Boyle, E. Dostal, L. Damon, E. Bragdon, T. Diemand. FOURTH ROW: C. De- lisle, R. Bontempi, K. Denno, M. Bruscoe, L. Brig- ham, D. Cadette, P. Boudo. FIFTH ROW: R. De- laney, R. Dragon, D. Connly, D. Dadmun, R. Danziger, R. Brackney. ROOM 311 FIRST ROW: J. Keane, B. Thatcher, A. Menard, H. Lapienski, E. Bourne, M. Murphy. SECOND ROW: R. Pushkin, S. McKay, J. Wright, M. Petro- sek, L. Loud. THIRD ROW: B. Eaton, J. Lyman, J. Bourne, B. Beauregarde, G. Millward. FOURTH ROW: M. Grise, C. Forbush, G. Warriner, E. Clapp. R Sarazin, Treasurer, M. Yablonslci, Vice-President, R. Brick, President. SOPI-IOMORES Sophomores at last! With surprisingly little effort on our part we have reached that high distinction. There are a great many activities in which we can now participate, Sophomore Chorus, Green Room Players, Football, Hockey, and Students' Review - all of which are enlivened by our pep and enthu- siasm. With all these dignities to turn our heads we have even dared to snub a marshal! However, we are still underclassmen and subiect to teasing that rankles. Happy, and busier than we ever thought we could beg we dash through the halls on errands vitally connected with tomorrow's Algebra or Eng- lish. In the evenings, our piles of homework only half through, we close our books, push them out of sight and dream of being Juniors. ROOM 101 FIRST ROW: K. Thomas, B. Warren, W. Wong, J. Steidler, S. Weiner, L. Wells, K. Wells. SECOND ROW: B. Szarlcowslci, P. Usaforest, J. Wagner, B. Tilley, B. Wood, C. Zalesky. THIRD ROW: A. Tes- sier, J. Trio, M. Yoblonski, S. Sullivan, F. Zabowa, R. Szlosek, C. Thayer, F. Szawlowski, J. Subocz, K. Waite, R. Warren. ROOM 201 FIRST ROW: J. Snyder, C. Rozycki, M. Rockett, P Sandlund, N. Rennet, J. Roberts. SECOND ROW E. Sherman, C. RoIIond, N. Smith, E. Samson, D Sauter, C. Ridgwell. THIRD ROW: R. Rossi, T F. Ryan, H. RogaIa, W. A. Ryan, A. Rogers, R Sarazin, D. Steidler. FOURTH ROW: W. Start, R. Sanders, W. G. Ryan, E. Skowronek, G. Smith G. Sabin. ROOM 203 FIRST ROW: A. Pendergast, N. Nolan, M. Purse- gIove, M. Prenis, F. Murch, G. Miller, F. O'DonneII. SECOND ROW: C. Nuttleman, A. Osip, C. Moc- zulewski, J. Mutti, P. Purchase, J. Penny, D. Nied- zwiecki, THIRD ROW: P. McWeeny, T. Meehan, J. Meehan, M. Morrision, T. Muska, J. Preble. FOURTH ROW: R. McQuestion, J. Newman, P. Poudrier, G. Ranney, T. Nalwalk, T. Moore. ROOM 204 FIRST ROW: M. Lamb, P. Matuszek, L. labine, N. Kelley, D. Magliola, N. Josephson. SECOND ROW: C. Kaplan, P. Mason, R. Maryanski, M. LaFountain, J. I.aFrance, A. Kireiczyk. THIRD ROW: C. Lyons, P. McNuIty, J. LoBeIIo, E. McCarthy, R. lafoe, E. I.avaIIee. FOURTH ROW: R. lavaIIee, E. Kozash, R. LaCroix, C. McCartI1y. f ROOM 205 FIRST ROW: M. Fitzgerald, B. Hasenzalll, C. Hath- away, D. Greenough, M. Goulet, J. Eddy, G. Gray. SECOND ROW: C. Foley, M. Hickey, J. Filkins, M. Hendricks, N. Hopkins, G. Heffernan. THIRD ROW: J. Ives, E. Green, M. Fitzgerald, J. Forman, J. Janginski, S. Howes. FOURTH ROW: R. Green- wood,, W. Holway, H. Frost, C. Helems, W. Jar- usiewicz, R. Jekanowski. FIFTH ROW: D. Ewing, P. Foster, F. Higgins, J. Hanley, F. Guimond, T. Growhoski, E. Grady, F. Grover. ROOM 206 FIRST ROW: J. Carlberg, J. Cushman, M. Craw- ford, J. Covanagh, N. Coyne, J. Carroll, L. Clou- tier. SECOND ROW: B. Drury, M. Dauphinais, L. Christenson, C. Cichaski, J. Celwra, S. Carlson. THIRD ROW: B. Dunn, M. Dragon, C. Clapp, L. DeFIorio, J. Delisle, L. Duplissey, B. Cullen. FOURTH ROW: J. Clewes, T. Chunglo, P. DeRose, D. Dostal, W. Corbett, S. Clarke, A. Damon, T. Delaney. FIFTH ROW: S. Dunny, R. Duclos, B. Dostal, W. Duplisse, M. Cichy, W. Carrier, K. Dressel. ROOM 207 FIRST ROW: G. Beaupre, S. Byer, N. Bergeron, N. Barks, J. Campbell, J. Bernstein. SECOND ROW: N. August, J. Beattie, V. Brown, J. Beaupre, G. Bartlett. THIRD ROW: R. Brick, R. Borawski, T. Buczala, D. Blanchard, F. Boynton, S. Bednarz. FOURTH ROW: G. Bartlett, E. Adamski, P. Bell, C. Bliss, R. Bliss. -1 FRESI-IMEN J. Mr:Kelligott, Secretary, J. Fagan, President: B. Grinnell, Vice-President. When we, the class of '58 arrived at Northhamp- ton High School, we felt strange and lost, almost as if we were in a strange land. The rooms seemed exceptionally large and the halls terrifyingly long. Many times we found ourselves in a maze as we walk- ed up the wrong stairs or into the wrong room. As the days passed, however, we grew used to new faces and found that we could orient ourselves with ease. Many of us ioined the numerous clubs and some of us proudly played in sports. Although the year is ending and we look forward to the future as being upperclassmen, we will always look back on our freshman year as one of the hap- piest years at N. H. S. The Class of 1958 looks ahead ROOM I O2 FIRST ROW: P. Taylor, P. Torrey, S. Steinbeck, B. West, H. Vinelli, K. Vishaway, M. Young. SEC- OND ROW: M. Suleslci, J. Steidler, M. Zyndorslxi, K. Weisinger, J. Szynal, D. Woodworth. THIRD ROW: S. Taft, L. Thomas, J. Sullivan, M. Stramese, F. Tilley, R. Talbot, R. Witlxop, D. Svoboda. FOURTH ROW: W. Swift, W. Whitley, T. TuperKeizsis, L. Tatro, J. Tomis, R. Stowe, P. wilgn, N. Wade. ROOM I03 FIRST ROW: A. Parzick, L. Patlove, N. Shea, B. Shadduclz, R. Rice, J. Purseglove, N. Purnell, J. Searles. SECOND ROW: B. Start, C. Raymun, J. Ross, D. Snape, J. Petrosek, J. Palmisano, J. Sand- ers. THIRD ROW: J. Scanlon, J. Peskovitz, J. Par- row, E. Pronowitz, J. Osgood, N. Sheehan, M. Rost, A. Parsisson, S. Paquette. FOURTH ROW: D. Ryan, J. Rydenski, D. Sender, W. Schorer, J. Sheehan, R. Backiel, J. Ondras, W. Sommer, C. Sandlund. ROOM I O4 FIRST ROW: B. Moriarty, P. Millward, D. McWeeny, M. Menard, G. Mowry, M. Murphy, J. Nawrocki SECOND ROW: D. Oilaris, E. Miellxe, J. Lake, N LaFrance, P. McKenna, M. McKay, G. O'Donnell R. LaRochelle. THIRD ROW: J. Mistark, C. Mar chant, D. Murphy, J. Muzyka, B. Martin, R. Mor- rissey, P. O'Leary. FOURTH ROW: J. Lucy, J Mayeski, R. Normandeau, R. McCarthy, C. Mazun W. Masi, D. Ondras. FIFTH ROW: R. Maior, N McCarthy, B. Langdon, R. LaFleur, R. Liebl, L Maggiolino. 3 . s 6552: ROOM 105 FIRST ROW: A. Jerome, C. Hudgins, C. Gonski, P. Kloc, A. Hadgkins, P. Grant, P. Katra. SECOND ROW: C. Hammel, H. Hardwick, M. Hicks, V. Higgins, G. Ingraham, J. Hilliker. THIRD ROW: J. Haley, R. Green, V. Grise, S. Kochun, H. Gray, J. Kane, J. Hickling. FOURTH ROW: J. Helems, B. Johnston, T. Ives, G. Hall, R. Ksieniewicz, D. Hartling, W. Kress. FIFTH ROW: R. Hewes, R. Krawczynski, H. Goulet, R. Johnston, R. luFleur, B. Golub, G. Hoffmann. ROOM 106 FIRST ROW: B. Curinger, S. Deptula, S. Dash, J. Gnatek, K. Doyle, B. Driver, E. Chandler. SEC- OND ROW: M. Doyle, E. Fisher, K. Cusllway, R. Cichaski, J. Cotnoir, M. Gett. THIRD ROW: M. Durcharme, A. Giogaia, H. Drake, M. Emrick, K. Czerapowicz, I.. Daniels. FOURTH ROW: T. Flynn, F. Dressel, N. Delisle, W. Fungaroli, J. Fagan, M. Cooney, L. Dostal. FIFTH ROW: T. Enselek, J. Fugielu, S. Dunphy, J. Galenski, J. Garstka, W. Corbett, R. Connly, W. Giragossian. ROOM 'IO7 FIRST ROW: D. Beliveau, J. Beaupre, J. Challet, I. Cehura, M. Brooks, C. Carrier, R. Challet. SEC- OND ROW: B. Broadhurst, A. Bak, C. Bramen, J. Bailey, E. Adamski, K. Boyle, C. Adams, N. Cantarella. THIRD ROW: A. Buchholz, J. Adamski, D. Bertrand, J. Buckowski, N. Brooks, N. Fisher, W. Bartlett. FOURTH ROW: F. Fournier, J. Car- nall, D. Bailey, D. Bisaillon, H. Beniamin, G. Adams, S. Bredbury. FIFTH ROW: C. Fleckles, W. Callahan, W. Brutsch, M. Brennan, S. Baranowski, R. Frost. fa' W MX , , XX ,.,....-'f'5'Jf:at4 fi' If i f , x X A .4f5'f0f'f V' if "if . ""flf,7' 7 4647 ' y LANGUAGES "Shakespeare slept here . "In France they say, Oui, Oui!" "Three down - one to go!" FRENCH In first year French, students at North- ampton learn the basics of the French language, concentrating, in the second year, on grammar and verb coniugations. By the third year, the advanced student is reading such French novels as "Les Miserables" and "Carmen" - the latter made further interesting by recordings. ENGLISH Our English program is complete. In the first two years emphasis is placed on correctness of expression and we be- come acquainted with literary types. ln the third year we study American litera- ture and the fourth year, the literature of Britain. To add spark, we have some fine recordings of the works of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Beowulf, and our modern poets. Said Caesar to Pompey, "Vidil" 's 1 if "Pulitzer Winners - 'l9??" "Qu'est-ce que c'est?" LATIN Latin l - Grammar forms, vocabulary. Latin ll - Grammar, Readings, Caesar's "Com- mentaries on the Gallic War." Latin Ill - Cicero's letters and "Orations Against Cataline." Selections from Pliny, Gellius and Sallust. Latin IV - Virgil's "Aeneid." What does x equal? Are all straight lines parallel? The answers to such questions as these do not tell the whole reason for mathematics. Today, as in centuries past, mathematics is a must for it allows us to find the quantities un- known from those which are known. Look around, note our bridges, our great modern buildings, our unbelievable feats in engineering and know that mathematics made them possible. MATHEMATICS "l think the answer will be -l" Race against time. So there you are Add or subtract? Miss Harkness SCIENCE The world has need, today, of science and sci- entists. Here at Northampton, the courses offered to us in Biology, Chemistry, Gereral Science, and Physics are invaluable for these courses help us to meet the demands of modern daily living. In these science classes through experimentation we get a real opportunity to "learn by doing." Our work in this department is both vitalized and supplemented by demonstrations. Mad scientists. Danger - High Explosives! "It's A Bird!" HISTORY The History Department offers a well rounded course in the Social Sciences. Ancient and Medieval History is given in the Freshman year, European His- tory in the Sophomore year, and United States His- tory and Problems of Democracy in the Junior and Senior years. Economic and World Geography is offered to commercial and general students. In com- pliance with state laws a study is made of the func- tions and powers of state and local governments with special emphasis on the constitution and gov- ernment ot the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. "Look what I found!" M. Fitzgerald, J. Filkins. "We must all hang together!" "Concerning this matter." R. Clapp, J. Newton, Mr. Rand, J, Herbert, M Payson. The secret to success. D. Whitlock, G. Darling. Showing off her talent. M. Petrosek BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Northampton High School's Business Departmen is unusual in that typing is a required course for al Sophomores. The Senior students do many iobs fo the school and office, among them are the duplica ting of cheers, programs, Booster Day and Goo: Government Day materials. As this department ha: built a reputation with local business, many studentf have part-time jobs and all proficient ones are place: after graduation. The Typewriter Song. 53 R. Graham, J. Newton. DOMESTIC ARTS MANUAL ARTS Me DRIVER EDUCATION SPEECH PHYSICAL EDUCATION CHORUS I SENIGR MARS!-IALS "Hey! Slow down! Quit shoving!" Such are the stern commands of our efficient boy mar- shals. As the warning bell rings they run - walk to their posts. These Senior and Junior boys, chosen by the Student Council, set the pace for student discipline in the halls and in the cafeteria. Throughout the day order is maintained in all of the girls' rooms by the vigilant girl marshals. R. Czelusniak, R. Graham, D. Whitlock, F. Bresnahan, J. Newton, R. Clapp, J. Cowen, R. Doyle, B. Lampron. SEATED: E. O'Donnell, H. Koiris, J. Dostal, Miss Doppmann, M. Osgood, B. Davis, E. Niles, H. Rasche. STANDING: B. J. Dewey, S. Nedveski, E. Molitoris, R. Granger, G. Graves, D, Delisle, J. Tudryn, G. Greene, M. Hunt, B. Duplisse, M. Blow, C. Hathaway, E. Rudy, L. Anderson, A. Connor, B. Dryzgula, N. Banasieski, DUES COLLECTORS Who has a dime? 56 FIRST ROW: M. Grise, M. Brennan, E. Burke, M. Kennedy, Miss Doppmann, L. Hurley, E. Anderson, L. Reuss. SECOND ROW: B. Shaw, C. Rand, C. Drew, A. Dodge, P. Prazynski, A. Dunn, J. Bushey, P. Boyle, E. Selvecki, A. Subocz, D. Katra, M. Hall, J. Start, B. Frenier. E. Selvecki, P. Przynski, Miss McKenna, R. Lampron, J. Fusek, B. Davis. JUNIOR MARS!-IALS M. Duseau, R. Fox, F. Grinnell, K. Barrows, J. Foran R. Whitman. LIBRARY WORKERS These are the students of Northampton who give of their time and energy to make it possible for us to make those "book reports," find those "special topics" and pay that "overdue" fine. That will be ten cents, please." CAFETERIA "Keepers of the keys." Mr. Spencer, Mr. Wull, Mr. Foley, Mr. LaFleur. f J 7 X fb bn X 9 I X 1' X V X l , X O X xx J R. X wx m X X X X X R . X W, fx 3 J M JM XX M X wmw 1, Q elxgrx -A XY tix Q J f X .Q f X M mf W' 1 X X i, N f X X H M X I f! k 5, W 4" ,, .xl I 6 tn, 1 xx QX 1 O I X f N I 1? CLUBS ix l 1 Wm 'N Qi A, Q ggi. ,avg Qtr '-fr, igwmw , V.q, h rp' . ' E ,Ng h, ii . X ? 4 A f, : ww 5? 1 ? Ww 31 :1 NYM ANOTHER VICTORY J. Hickey, R. Danziger, R. Rhoades, Mr. Donnelly, Advisor, B. Duplisse, Secretary. Debating is defined as "The oral presenta- tion of assertions backed up by argumentative reasoning which in turn is backed up by proof in the form of statistics or testimony." Actually there is much more to be gained from debating than this rather lengthy definition suggests. The profits are both in enioyment and satisfaction and in increased experience and knowledge. There is nothing so satisfying and enjoyable as jul i df' KV M x r -X 1 A 1, DEBATING Resolved: That the Federal Government Should initiate the Policy of Free Trade Among Nations Friendly to the United States. matching wits and experience with an oppo- nent. And yet, this is perhaps the least of the benefits one derives from debating. It offers one an opportunity to use one's reasoning powers as no other activity does. It sharpens a person's wits and tends to increase his vocabulary, for one can't come into contact with the phrase- ology of debating without having some of it rub off on him. Debating gives the debater a chance to improve his speaking technique, and it teaches him above all else to present his thoughts logically. A debater also develops his ability to do research. So, with all these reasons and the added thought that debating offers op- portunities for enioyable contacts and lots of free rides, we of the Debating Team rest our case. "Remember, the rebuttal is ----- ." S. Paquette, K. Doyle, M. Stramese, P. DeRosa, J Hickey, R. Danziger, R. Rhoades, B. Duplisse, B Hasenzahl, F. O'Donnell. Standing: R. Tatlock. l 1 61 HIGH AND MIGHTY SENIOR PRO MERITO First Row: L. Anderson, D. Delisle, J. Lampron, R. Granger, D. Fagan, J. Subocz, A. Connor. Second Row: E. Niles, S. Nedveski, B. Duplisse, E. O'Donnell, J. Frost, B. Harlow, M. Osgood, J. Dostal, M. Zaleslty. Third Row: T. Hirschfeld, S. Leland, R. Johnston, J. King,'E. Zowalick, C. Bartlett, W. Bailey, A. Bender, S. Bachand. UP AND COMING JUNIOR PRO MERITO First Row: B. Thatcher, J. Richardson, ,G. Hathaway, E. Selvecki, A. Shea, L. Morton, R. Tepper, P. Pruzynski Second Row: L. Reuss, J. Fusek, G. Manwell, N. Grant, N. Fitter, J. Kowaleski, M. Brennan, D. Davies, P Kennedy. Third Row: R. Altimari, E. Schalk, R. Rhoades, J. LaFlomme, D. Muzyku, J. Gonski, K. Barrows. f , af? 15 352 f5g5g,,,iJ- 3 1 -L,L 235' 1 KA? if -1 x V-f 1 'iw ,, .ft sgaf, x N, , .L, Li' L. P' dh xv 53918 2,653 'Q K w, ,"n:,.3 L., . ' . Eiiiii' ' img? iw . I sid, f .4 L, A 1 4 A 25,5 M' I f r 3 332. sr ' 1, 1. 1 Q W Jw In H V w, I ' .- ggi QA "' . 2 I X A. L, fx, ,. ' -,, ' ikwlgqf I ' fx' lg I , -Q, 14 -5. 'WDW ""..-gf L H , '-,' y L v Q 5, . i: 1 wx W, Jw Mario scores! Our assignments. ' I j lil' ,xc X 'ff - Y .. 4 .txt ' i nf' ff ' rr W T GQ . -' i " .. YT 4 . ' , T ' -5351 STUDENTS REVIEW Westfield edges Hamp 14-9. Assembly - dear to the hearts of the stu- dents. As the editor's office, reporters' lounge, proof realing de- partment, dummy room, and complaint department of the Stu- dents' Review are all located in Room 102, cries of, "Where is that article?", "Who proof read this?", and "That dummy has to be ready for the printer this afternoon!" frequently float into the corridor. Room 102 glows with the heated brows of the editors as another of the seven issues is prepared. With the cor- rected dummy sheets resembling slabs of cuneiform characters from an ancient temple, the paper is off to the printer's. The printer sighs deiectedly when told the paper must be ready by that afternoon. The Linotypes hum, and presto, another edition of news is in the hands of the student body. "We might submit this ar- ticle." Miss Mills, Mr. Henry, Advisors. A visit that pays. M. Grise. 64 HLiSfEh 10 fhis Suggesficrlf' "A Img wlfh no error57?9 D- CGYHBS, H- RUSCHS. D. La Croix D Fagan K Barrows view a Setting deadlines T. Hirschfeld Becoming familiar wifh prinfer's ink. J. Gonski, J. Fusek, N. Shea, R. Tepper, N. Grani. er ,X is Q,J if ' . 2195 S 2 N. Q6 5- f,, "' X -V. Q f Q n In the spring, Juniors troop into Room T03 to be briefed on the making of a yearbook. The most courageous submit applications and start to work on their assignments. Staff positions are announced but the editors pause. A theme, what theme? In the fall the cool weather reminds us that pictures of the homerooms must be taken at once. Another complication, the Seniors insist on posing for their pictures simultaneously. Meanwhile some editors are busy with layouts for the Faculty sec- tion while others select captions for the pictures of the various clubs. The final deadline arrives and the typists discard the carbon paper. The proofs arrive and the ads and sports sections are corrected. The advisors, Miss Dwyer, Miss Lucey, and Miss Stevens award pins and certificates. The business manager is collecting receipts and dis- tributing the book of the year, the Nesaki. Z ra an DP 7? Q X X4-gi, x K "Which picture will we use?" E. Niles, B. Duplisse, J. Day, J. Suboq "One little, two little, three little Indians C. Wilhelm, S. Bachand. An assignmlent for.the sports editors "Home Room 202 report to the foyer of the auditorium J- G0f15kl1 C- Wilhelm, T- l-YOl'l5- A. Clifford, B. Dryzgula, N. Bunasieslti. gd E ill! 3 X , Q 'fig aim' ,W L 4 1 V. an A up 5? s ,W hm' ug' lr' A553 ' X H" f f 4 Va A c ,i 1 .QT , "gag 1 iH:2z,?Q , 5 W . ak. s "' 'ln .L Oz: 2 I-L A , ,K J., v W 'z V A BF J S fe Seniors taking Solid Geometry and Trigonometry are eligible for membership. During the monthly meetings subiects of interest along mathematical lines are discussed. Making solid geometry models, miniature slide rules, and working cross-word puzzles challenged the ambitious members. The "dream house" was the project of the year. Each room was constructed and furnished with great care. M. Blow, A. Bender. "I still don't understand." T Lyons, P. Stramese, J. Hartwell, S. Bach and, S. Leland. The House That Jack Built A. Boyd, R. Johnston, T. Hirchfeld, C. Wil helm, D. Clark lx- ff ,I V siffssfes r ' J . MATH CLUB Do this one for a nice fat Al L. Ives, W. Bailey, Miss McDonnell Advisor 5' Q3 Www' ff!! S' - 1. ,'., f . - ' 1, uk. N 35, ,, QV O fa !fi f .-v.Q.--.M :lf 2? -mi if V 5 1 Q 1. s an MU M W47'E".. WBNW' vas, 1 Wir . 331 ' 'WWW . jf f v. mg .lu w f. .m 1 L Wg 1 , E, ,. . HA 1 Q, 1:53 avi Q M xi 5 f .47 YES? 1 ,, J ?1 s I? E 1, , ui ax My Q 4 . 'H S35 4 bs? , fijgzgf-1, if +3 Q fig 1+ X- L if . SX ' E , wg , F P 42 4 xx my Lf W , my xi 1 1 'L 'iii ., Li' may A W 4 k 9' H X 722 ww. .,. d-we GIRLS' GLEE CLUB I am a member of the Girls' Glee Club. To me this is an honor and I am proud of it. Many people think that it is easy to get into the glee club, but the reverse is true. The girls are chosen for their ability to read music, interest in music, as well as for self-control and courtesy. If the instructor is to have a success- ful glee club, she must look for all these qualities. I like the glee club because I like to sing and this organization offers me the chance not only to sing for myself, but also to sing for the pub- lic. Music to me is like a language, a language of songs. It is also edu- cational. We have an acquaintance with words of great literature set to music and with other countries. The "IT'S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING" NOTEWORTHYI First Row: L. Patlove, C. Rand, C. Gonski, B. Chandler, C. Ridgewell, J. Palmis, M. Kat ra, M. Rost, M. McKay, A. Cantarella, G. O'DonneII, J. Hilliker. Second Row: J. Benoit, J. Campbell, J. Cehura, M. Hicks, A. Porsisson, N. Rennet, S. Stemboch, N. Josephson M. Marchand, P. Grunt, J. Bailey. Third Row: C. Marchant, C. Adams, J. Petrosell G. Mowry, H. Drake, L. Kolcz, B. Szarkowski, A. Jerome, R. Rice, B. Shaw. Fourth Row L. Chereski, L. Reuss, B. Driver, K. Doyle, D. Woodworth, J. McKeIIigott, C. Hathaway J. Richardson, M. Menard. Miss Fitts, Director. Girls' Glee Club will always hold a place in my heart as an organiza- tion of which I was proud and where I had many enioyable moments. i"'fM1-Mmm Q if - Q M TJH First Row: R. Wakem, F. Boynton, W. Ryan, S. Bednarz, F. Growhowski, T. Chunglo, L. Musante, R. Sarazin. Second Row: A. Damon, H. Rogala, W. Ryan, D. Filkins, D. Connly, D. LaCroix, C. Latham, R. Foote. Ti ll. 'Ziff . i I . . 1, . fe , . K fn 7 'X H ga? ::f!' if' Zi?" Say it with music. 1 O Come, O Come, Immanuel O Come All Ye Faithful Shine, Thou Christmas Star gzz- EL? CHRISTMAS PAC EANT We Sileni N READY AND WILLING First Row: H. Grey, E. Willard, B. Dryzgula, E. Rudy, C. Muzyka, J. Day, J. Subocz. Second Row: H. 'Dryz- gula, H. Kairis, J. Cote, M. Zalenski, Y. St. Laurence, S. Nawrocki, V. Venne. Third Row: J. Muzyka, J. Buckowski, A. Subocz, J. Janginski, E. Molitoris, S. Read, G. Heffernan, G. Grey, E. Paquette. NEVER A DULL MOMENT J. Cote, President, M. Zalenski, Vice President, V. Venne, Program Chairman, H. Kairis, Secretary, S. Nawrocki, Treasurer, Y. St. Laurence, Chaplain. TRI-HI Y Variety, that's what these girls like. They spend some Saturdays baking cook- ies, cakes and pies for their food sales. They also serve iri various ways when they are called upon by the community. It isn't all work though, as they frequently enioy parties planned by the competent officers. This year the Older Girls' Con- ference was held in Pittsfield. X KX . PX CHEERLEADERS The cheering squad of 1954-55 was com- posed of four seniors, a iunior, and four sopho- mores. They showed their originality by intro- ducing tumbling into their cheers, and by par- ticipating in various skits in the pep assemblies. At each and every game, the "peppy nine" had the full cooperation of the student body. A chant that was heard in all assemblies and games was: Who's Gonna Win? Who's Gonna Win? Who's Gonna Win Win Win Win Win? Northampton! Northampton! Club, Club, Club. The final night of the Booster Week, the cheerleaders held a highly successful victory dance for the football players. One of the big events of the year was the Benefit Basketball Game for Betty Eaton at which the "peppy nine" exhibited their versatility while cheering for the police. These nine industrious girls even found time to sell tickets for the games during their lunch hour. Sitting Pretty PICTURESQUE PYRAMID First Row: J. Carlberg, P. Miller, M. Yoblonski, E Zawalick. Second Row: M. Rockett, S. Read, V. Venne N. Kelley. Third Row: N. Crosland, Captain. i. K f,, , :wi 'E-' nm: 1 1 H x-WF fly N1 Q55 , 'W . LH' E381 v. ' ' ' . , X A A ?wf,, 3 ' -' - L.ff 2 1 . SL , wi- f gffg?'Eg:.4 Q51 NQJL, ,KA 2' . f ' L"- ' ' ' ' - V ""'W f - 4, 'f 1 I 'f - ' if " u 33 3 41'-w ': iX5'ff10 iv,-Y f sv f- A'-f 1 W.f'f'q,fmii ai?" 1 4. K mms . ,fr sw fs --.-h BT v L-5 K QL -3 Y -f.. 1 A 2. Y' . . -512154 , gg' 15 if 31 -X543 NU M nw 6 fmfqlxf f X 1,7 2 if 71 wg 5 3 ' E, ,eq vegn 3 sg Q i M rf 3, 51,3 V W 3 Q, X f f win- 56 , A K - X 'f W 'x K' ms: Y U A ' K K E "' 'N ' ' WV' ,Q f... H H :Www-wa.-egg, wwwfsem .wwwvnmamwmwwamwfmwwwmw ?'!7'g'?k . v M. 4 J , 1 fx , A Q I 1 ww? K-95- Qi' , , ,, L Af . Q. Q eg i 'W W5 X W' ml Q43 7 Q ff 1? W wc- f " fxfx - AQ L ' -awww-1+ , , f.fw-Wm K ' ' ,TB ,, K , ' sw, , ,iii I "' YK" if , A Rm at :ff 32 Afgiftii E :L ' f5'i,.zfQ W H ,K,,, ,MA 1, , ., L, ii: , . im L, li. it .- f 74- 3 .. ri ,--Q gr Q M K, -wg W. hy P fill Z ,, J 5 if fl Q Q fef- 1 Y fs 37 ff Q' , if 5 ' if V' i - ' ff. xii g Q A,:1 HMM f ,L f"lf"'1' A' ,W at , .. Q, 9 q 31055, 5 I i f Q ,f Rf f' -if H , , 5 k.b, , V, , K 3 ,1 . K v J Q' Wx 5 lj' ,. 5? 5 4 . 'i :W i fl. 5 -an S 3' ..,, . My , . ,f ,Q ' .Q A WJ? 'Qi a A 4- 5 vim . i . E W 5 Sa 5 H if Qi. Mmm 'ax 5 RSL . 2.37.1 V, Q 1',- E' 'x ., IIA Yr'F'ffr 2 Mk .X,. ., Aim' wf, , 'NN fy-1 .M 1-W xiii? Q i SYTRM O 45 "' ma L., wijmj' "Af , if Q ' 15:ZE" iv 1- SPQRTS 'X ff'-, N wi .. ,-:gg ,Ltr iPhoto by Herrickl First Row: H. McColgan, D. Richardson, F. Bresnahan, M. Young, R. Doyle, R. Graham, P. Hargraves, M. Simeone, T. Diemond, R. Foote, R. Duclos. Second Row: P. Valloncourt, R. Wokem, W. Coleman, W. Denno, R. Turban, P. Bak, R. Fox, T. Olczak, J. Meehan, W. Carrier, J. Foran, R. Clapp. Third Row: Coach James Parsons, L. Mahoney, W. Corbett, J. Newman, F. Grinnell, M. Duseau, F. Szawlowski, S. Duda, R. Starr, G. Bartlett. Fourth Row: R. Banner, J. Struthers, J. Fagan, R. Warren, and Coach Joseph Conner. FOOTBALL The 1954 Northampton football squad under the new regime of Coach Cy Connors ended its season with an unimpressive record of two wins and six losses. This was partly due to a revised and tougher schedule, graduation losses, and serious injuries. With only three members of last year's starting eleven, the record was of minor importance. The team as a whole did exceptionally well considering the fact that many of the players had never played football before. Bob Graham, Mario Simeone, and Tom Diemond did the brunt of the working while Frank Bresnahan and Don Whitlock held down their positions effec- tively in the forward wall. Their wins over Drury and, in the Booster Day Game, Pittsfield, contributed a great deal to bolster the Blue Devils' spirit and finish out the season with plenty of drive. Hamp Opponents 0 West Springfield 26 O Cathedral 32 6 Greenfield 26 26 Drury 'I9 0 Westfield 14 27 Pittsfield 13 0 Holyoke 20 0 Chicopee 35 Cancelled Athol Simeone, hands off. iPhoto by Herrickj gg, , E -2 , , q 1.1 WL , W ' a ' V 1 2 'W , ig! 'A+ A , QW R 5 , gk 3 Q sw QS ii ,Ei sz? .N ' , fs! M JL fy 'ff NW? if ' ,,, First Row: M. Simeone, F. Shaw, K. Barrows, W. Denno, D. Cadette, J. Gonslxi. Second Row: Coach James McDonald, R. Whitman, E. Trzcienski, M. Young, R. Coulombe, H. McColgan, R. Bliss, Manager. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Northampton High School Varsity Basketball spuad under the guidance of Coach Jim McDon- ald closed the season with a 8-'ll record. In the Valley League, Hamp ended up in fourth place be- hind Chicopee, Greenfield, and Holyoke. The Whiz Kids collected four wins in the league with two vic- tories apiece over Westfield and Turners Falls, but against the other three they could not find the win- ning trail. The big boys Mike Young, Ed Trzcienski, Bob Whitman and Roger Coulombe rebounded ef- fectively during the campaign while the back-court men, Mario Simeone and Harry McColgan, led the team with 225 and 'l9'I points respectively. The high- lights of the season were accented with some very close games including those with Hopkins and Green- field. Next year's varsity team should be a top con- tender in the Valley League with Mario Simeone, Bob Whitman, and Eddie Trzcienski returning for ac- tion. The Junior Varsity also should be a great asset to the team's chances. Young blocks a Chicopee attempt to score. iPhoto by Herrickl ,A - 1 Q If 1 J X Q , HRX 1 f eg 7 Your uess is os ood os ours. 9 9 iPhoto by Herrickl Hamp 39 44 47 51 59 47 62 45 49 40 52 28 44 44 50 37 72 42 43 SCORES Hopkins West Springfield Easthampton Easthompton Holyoke Catholic Drury Westfield Greenfield Cathedral Holyoke Turners Falls Chicopee Holyoke Catholic Westfield Greenfield Holyoke Turners Falls Cathedral Chicopee Opponents 37 50 41 39 48 57 34 53 68 47 41 41 58 36 56 51 62 56 55 A ,rf V, t ' 'wfw 14 , is N ., ,W 4 xxx y 3 X vw S A .V ff 4 , 4. , . " . mf' if 5 3 Simi: ,J W B ' 5 Ig 4:2 A . A x 30 W e. 1 1 q gi " , .. - ff -'13 :, -fi 4: .-'-' j,"k V, Lf D, k V, ug . Q 1.Q K WS 575, B JJ F f G '24 greg, K ,g n r S 'inn 4 uv-4"' 2: rfgf if 1 Aga, First Row: D. Sylosek, M. Duseau, J. Svoboda, T. Growhowski, P. McWeeney, T. O'Connor. Second Row: Coach Conz, R. Borpwski, C. Lyons, T. Buczala, R. Foote, T. Keane, R. Bliss, Manager. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL The Junior Varsity basketball team lived up to expectations as they came through with 12 victories and 7 losses with one tie with West Springfield after 3 periods. The boys provided the early fans both home and away, with many thrilling games. In 12 of their games the margin of difference was not more than 5 points. SCORES Hamp Opponents r Hopkins ..., 25 W. Springfield K3 periodsl 25 45 Easthampton 55 51 Easthampton 39 33 Holyoke Catholic 34 40 Drury 38 44 Westfield 43 49 Greenfield 34 34 Cathedral 45 The team as a whole scored 875 points with Bob Borowski, Bob Foote, Jack Svoboda, and Charlie Lyons each scoring over 100 points apiece. The year's team should provide next year's varsity with the strength they need to go all the way and capture the Valley League Championship. Holyoke 60 Turners Falls 34 Chicopee 42 Holyoke Catholic 73 Westfield 30 Greenfield 47 Holyoke 49 Turners Falls 42 Cathedral 41 Chicopee 64 Williston 32 First Row: B. Lampron, M. Simeone, K. Barrows, W. Rutkowski, J. Svoboda, T. Olczak, A. Bak, W. Coleman. Second Row: Coach Ed Buckley, R. Graham, R. Eaton, W. Larkin, J. Vinelli, A. Kolodziei, C. Wilhelm, D. Whitlock, R. Clo pp. BASEBALL The 1954 baseball season was one of the most successful seasons for Hamp under the tute- lage of Coach Ed Buckley. The year 'I954 saw Hamp sweep all the independent games and lose only three of nine played in the Valley league for a fine overall record of twelve wins and three losses. lncidentally, the three setbacks were only by one run, showing the "never say die" attitude of the team. A good showing by the pitching staff contri- buted immensely while behind them the rest of the team supplied the runs. Don Whitlock again was a standout on the mound as was Jim Vinelli who also kept the opposing bats muffled. Hamp's own "mur- derer's row" led by Pickles Eaton, Jim Vinelli, and Bob Graham, batting .354, .3l6, and .345 respec- tively, backed up by Mario Simeone's 19 runs scored, and the fine all-around play of "Poochie" Larkin, earned the team an invitation to play in the Western Massachusetts Tournament. As fate would have it, Hamp was elected to play Palmer, a team with a rec- ord matching Hamp's. But as all players know, it is mighty hard to emerge victorious in a ball game without the benefit of a few hits. Palmer's Joe Zeb- rowski, one of the finest prospects in school boy ranks, and covered by scouts of various maior league teams, was their hurler. With 2 no-hitters under his belt, Zebrowski shut out the Devils 3-0, but except for two costly errors on Hamp's part, the outcome may have been quite different. Five of the varsity's starting nine have graduated but 'I3 are sure to be in there again next year, supplemented probably with several good, up and coming freshmen. Mario Simeone digs around third base to score in the first game of the season. INDEPENDENT GAMES Hamp Opponent II Amherst 5 I5 Holyoke Catholic 5 I4 West Springfield 0 I2 West Springfield 2 8 Amherst 6 7 Holyoke Catholic 5 VALLEY LEAGUE GAMES Hamp Opponent 8 Westfield 3 4 Greenfield 0 1 Holyoke 2 9 Turners Falls 2 I Chicopee 2 4 Westfield 5 6 Greenfield 5 'IO Turners Falls 9 'IO Chicopee 9 WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS TOURNAMENT Hump Opponent 0 Palmer 3 IT' C. Moczulewski, J. Mutti, J. Fusek, M. Clark, A. Pendergast, S. Read, E. Ziff, P. Sandlund, C. Bartlett, M. Osgood, G. Manwell, B. Touchette, J. Eddy, P. Harris, D. McWeeny, E. Sherman. In front: R. Granger, Captain. This year's Varsity Team enioyed a much better than average season by winning two out of their short four- game schedule. They started off the season in grand fashion by beating their traditional rival, Greenfield, 2-0. In the game, despite the slippery ground and miserable weather, the forward line, led by Rose Granger and Carrie Bartlett showed that they had a scoring punch. Fine defensive work by fullback Gail Manwell and goalie Emily Ziff prevented any scoring by the opponents. However, in the return con- test, Greenwield played a strong game and sent the Hamp team down to defeat. For the next game the Lassies went to the Burnham School where they won a hard-fought game. The last game of the season, the girls encountered a Championship Northampton School for Girls' team and went down to their second defeat. Although five members of this year's team, Captain Rose Granger, Carrie Bartlett, Mary Osgood, Sally Read and Emily Ziff will be lost by graduation, the outlook for next year's season is very bright. Practice makes perfect, FIELD I-IOC KEY VARSITY TEAM SCORES Hamp Opponents 2 Greenfield 0 1 Greenfield 3 'I Burnham O 0 Northampton School for Girls 4 Nesaki reporters at work. C. Boyle, E. Ziff. First Row: D. McWeeney, G. Gray, J. Cavonoh, J. Morrison, P. Toolin. Second Row: R. Tepper, D. Davies, E. Sherman, C. Moczulewski. JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM Although the Junior Varsity had a very limited material on the team. The record they compiled isn't chance to display their abilities, the two games they impressive but the way in which the girls played did play, showed there was very definitely varsity showed their determination. ,fi - A Q Q ,7..if ein ,. H A "Keep your eyes on it!" VARSITY BASKETBALL J. Subocz, Manager, M. Osgood, J. Cote, B. Touchette, K. Welles, J. Carlberg, B. Harlow, J. Parsons, E. Ziff, D. Davies, C. Bartlett, M. Zalenslli, E. Paquette, Manager, R. Granger, Captain. Composed of girls who played a fast, sharp, aggressive game, Hamp's Girls Varsity Basketball team compiled its usual good record by gaining 8 wins against 4 defeats. Even while losing, the girls showed not only outstanding ability but also good sportsman- ship, which is the mast important aspect ofthe sport. The high scoring honors were copped by Captain Rose Granger who netted a total of 206 points. The runnerup was Mary Lou Osgood with 'I79 points. Graduation will take its toll this year when eight key players will be lost. They are Carrie Bartlett, Joanne Cote, Captain Rose Granger, Mary Osgood, Jean Parsons, Marianne Zalenski, and Emily Ziff. Hamp Opponents 52 Ludlow 35 31 Dalton 23 39 Amherst 34 39 Amherst 25 32 Turners Falls 55 35 Deerfield 13 16 Arms Academy 26 39 Dalton 2'l 54 Ludlow 45 4l Turners Falls 54 30 Greenfield 47 30 Deerfield 26 A free throwl JUNICR VARSITY BASKETBALL B. Fungaroli, S. Carlson, P. Sandlund, C. Rolland, J. Cehura, A. Landry, Captain, J. Mutti, N. Coyne Fusek, J. Osgood, V. Brown. The Junior Varsity team, playing mostly for experience and basketball "knowhow", managed also to compile a very respectable season's record of 7 wins and 5 losses. Playing only one less game this season than their "older sisters" on the Varsity, they showed some very promising abilities. Comprised ot underclassmen, this J.V. team is always indispensable when it comes to finding material for the following year's varsity team. Since the seniors are leaving so many vacancies, many of the Jayvees hope to ac- quire Varsity positions next season. High scorer this year was Vicki Brown with 100 points: and Captain Adele Landry who played an outstanding game at guard throughout the season. Hamp Opponents 28 Ludlow 13 12 Dalton 1 1 1- 30 Amherst 15 19 5 jf 8 Amherst 17 4f, 15 Turners Falls 20 TN - 31 Deerfield 15 1, J 20 Arms Academy A 1" 16 Dalton 18 43 Ludlow 29 22 Turners Falls 27 8 Greenfield 37 33 Deerfield 10 421 lt's a habit with her. H"Ww'M sd 'Kias- ,px S C 4-1 E' I-5+ l S. Q -rw. 1 l QQ, 1 1 if A ff V . 1 1 -. .D aw an '52, E ? 'Q 3 I s 51 u 31 'Maw 1 2 if i ' Q ,Wei f-5f1w,i?1:g:,gi .. ,. ,, X 2, L ag .L f :fif LW. E' gum-WQQWQWM .- I J ip. S123 5 Ev 1 . 1 f 4 s'. ,F ff4. r R.- J 5 JDJX I ' eg EW lv- , fy: 1. .Q ffl' . E ' :H 'N Q. ,V ju. F a 44A ,M 1 E W ' sf H 1? my 9 .X E 5 E ff 'l T Il-45 ' . X- M ADVERTISEMENT' 1? Q . ,ig f-5 ' N f f It 1 ' 45 Wi' P e A r5fV if A Q ' li X 'it Q A i i r 1X ' ' is LL 5 A f f .N X x 1, 6 ' 77 -4 P X Xfi 'owufl to BECOME AN IMPOR'l'AN'l'e r A iob that you'll enioy- A iob with responsibilities Join the friendly family al Ihe Telephone Company. Work for a company that's known and respected everywhere. You'll meet all kinds of interesting people, work in pleasant surroundings, earn good pay right from the start, with regular raises. And of course, there are vacations withpay, and other telephone benefits. ' I Ask friends of yours that work for the Tele- phone Company. Ask about the security of a tele- phone job, the opportunities for advancement, the important work you can do. Come in 'and talk with us. We'll fill in the de- tails on important telephone jobs open for girls finishing High School. Do it now so you'll.have a head start. The nlw :Mauna Tllelllllllle s. meeurn , - i, tumpmw 1 , as x74710N0N07 i7509i?'6N0'C07 '7C7C05f7'947'0N?4790P'9407'0"7l7 9 MARY A. BURNHAM SCHOOL FOR GIRLS ACCREDITED COLLEGE PREPARATION. S For Appoinlmenl or Descriplive Liferalure apply fo MRS. GEORGE WALDO EMERSON, Principal 45 ELM STREET - 35 ROUND HILL Complimenfs of FEDERAL SUPPLY CO. Complimenfs of MANHAN POTATO CHIP CO., INC. Complimenfs of SERIO'S MARKET Qualify Foods 63 STATE STREET 92 KING STREET NORTHAMPTON PLEASANT TIME SHOP .IEWELERS Diamonds - Watches - Silver . Experi Watch-Clock 8. Jewelry Reparing Comphmenls ALL WORK GUARANTEED 243 MAIN STREET Of 5 SOUTH ST. TEXACO STATION KOLLMORGEN Texaco Gas 81 Oil Lubricafian Service JOHN W. NAUMOWICZ, Prop. 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I307 INSURANCE See Complete Electrical Kitchen ot Our Cooking Center 'I900 - 1955 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS WIRING - OIL BURNERS - APPLIANCES 259 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Compliments of MOONEY'S SCHOOL of DANCING Compliments of BIZZ MARKET Compliments of THE IMPERIAL BAKERY 376 PLEASANT STREET Compliments of CENTER MILLWORK 81 BUILDING THE GREEN DRAGON SUPPLIES 229 MAIN STREET Custom Kitchen Cabinet - Formica NORTHAMPTON' MASS' SERVICE CENTER NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 97 9 " Y fr 5A Compliments ot 1 Lf' f f A FRIEND o r ul u s I c H0f0N0'N056P'0l I 02 7101 f-01010 f0M?'01'0Y-0117 A.M. A.M. Compliments 1400 W H M P 1400 of A. W. BORAWSKI AGENCY Your Insurance and Real Esfafe "CAMPUS FAVORITES" Te'ePh0"e 254 56 MAIN STREET SIGNUP NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Complimems of Complimenis of DAVID BOOT SHOP NORTHAMPTON SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 221 MAIN STREET BIDWELI. TRAVEL SERVICE Cvmpfimenfs of RESERVATIONS Plane - Sieamships T- Hoiels T 0 D D S Tours CYUISSS NORTHAMPTON No Service Charge 78 MAIN sT. Tel. 351 NORTHAMPTON FALMOUTH SOUTH HARLEY NONOTUCK SAVINGS BANK 80 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUETTS Incorporafed I899 RUBY'S THE E. 81 J. , CIGAR COMPANY Norfhumpfon's Largesf Furmfure Store WHOLESALE TOBACCONISTS Tel. 4200 15 BRIDGE STREET 'I' NORTHAMPTON, MASS. NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 103 0:0 S974?f9' '0N740N9N03f0'f0547f95l0X0W47'9510Pf0747f?C7C05Z:s C omplimenfs of CAI"III.l 84 HODGES Menswear and Sfudenfs' Wear Norfhcimpfon's Largest and Most 31 MAIN STREET Modern Depa rtment Store NORTHAMPTON, MASS. THE CEDAR CHEST, INC. NorfI1ampfon's 117 MAIN STREET BO Bugs SHOES 2 Mos! Complete Selecfion of Bedspreads - Draperies - Linens 5 Curtains Phone 3860 N MARCHE MILLINERY Scurfs Jewelry Complimenfs of THE BEE HIVE STORE AND FURNISHINGS 9 MAIN STREET ll ' ll Congrafulahons Complimems of ,O ,he THE HA1uow LUGGAGE stone I8 CENTER STREET NORTHAMPTON CLASS OF '55 GRI Complimenfs of SE'S SHU-FIX GET HEP - KEEP IN STEP CERRU'I'I'S JEWELRY STORE WATCH 8- CLOCK REPAIRING Engraving on all metals 4 PLEASANT STREET NORTHAMPTON Complimenis Complimenfs of of CLlFFORD'S 1. A. Puns:GLov1s 8. co. E- '- GARE 8. SONS A Jewelry Siore Since 1785 112 MAIN smeer NORTHAMPTON Complimenfs of FINE,s Compliments f ARMY AND NAVY smoz 0 37 MAIN smear I'I. A. DRAGON GOULD runmrulus co. O""C'AN 137 KING smear Phone 267:JORTHAMPTON, MAss. 219 MAIN STREET JACK AUGUST NORTHAMPTON, MASS. SEA roon MARKH 6 0010 emfavaeox gagafwkgw 1016401 104 0:47 S h0'M?t-094-7 To The GRADUATING CLASS OF '55 Heartiest Congratulations With Every Good Wish For Good Health Happiness and Success. YOUNG MEN Be Careful of Your Appearance DRESS WELL It Will Help You To Succeed. Buy Smart Wearing Apparel at HARRY DANIEL ASSOCIATES MENSWEAR 1-0N0Y?s0K0K0'402'-0N0"0N01s-7 is 186 MAIN STREET Tel. 1040 Compliments of PIONEER VALLEY I ' . I Q-f Q u N GINGER ALE co. O 5 : fr x I I x I I 5 A NORTHAMPTON IFLORENCE1 MASS. BUILDING COSTS ARE UP IS YOUR INSURANCE? WOODWARD 81 HODGKINS 39 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of the D. K. COYNE INSURANCE AGENCY 83 MAIN STREET FLORENCE, MASS. CALLAHAN'S 5c - 10c Florence Store 25c - 51.00 77-81 MAIN STREET FLORENCE. MASS. MAC DONALD'S SHOE SHOP 185 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Complimenis of BELDING'S LAUNDRY IRWIN'S MOTOR SALES USED CARS 8 MAIN STREET FLORENCE Compliments of GUSTAVSON and LYONS fsso s1AnoN COOPEIVS DAIRY BAR KING smear NORTHAMPTON, MAss. 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YANKEE MAID DAIRY BAR LEEDS ROAD NORTHAMPTON FLORENCE PRESS Prinling and Lifhogrcphy F. L. LaMONTAGNE Pain! - Wallpaper - Hardware FLORENCE, MASS. I2 N. MAPLE STREET FLORENCE FLORENCE BREGUET'S SERVICE STATION a Tires -- Bofferies - Accessories 29 NORTH MApLE STREET Mobiloil - Mobilubricafion FLORENCE, MASS. COR. MAIN 8. MAPLE STS. 8 f0f0w-0re0e0Ae0:e0v0w45C I BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES NORTHAMPTON, MASS. PALM BEACH, FLA. Congratulations! Graduates FOSTER-FARRAR CO. Your leading Hardware Store 162 MAIN STREET Tel. II Compliments of WESTERN MASS. BUS LINES Compliments of VICTORY MOTORS fo 'VCE P904 Compliments of MR. 81 MRS. CHARLES R. DUTTON AWNINGS They should be made by CHILSON'S SHOPS 34 CENTER STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Compliments of COHEN BROS. FOR CLOTHES SHOP We Salute Homp High CLASS OF 1955 Be happier in lite with Music PIZZITOLA MUSIC STUDIOS "the school of achievement" 142 MAIN STREET CLARK'S PAINT STORE u 'Q I 5 157 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Telephone 1270 Opposite McCallums 11 111 ll 11111111 Ill O'BRIEN'S DRUG STORE The Prescription Drug Store 24 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Allan J. O'Brien, Reg. Pharm. DELIVERY SERVICE 104'-002-0'f0K0'2'?'0'W-0X0R0v.0ls Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1955 We feel a personal satisfaction in knowing that many of you will con- tinue your further education because: Tel. 85.6 years ago, wise and farseeing parents Ne A 1 started saving for your college needs, W - F0rd ,ff Used through the medium of the CO-opera- gllgkss' . .W T grilsksa' tine Bank Plan of Systematic Savings. BLYDA FSED SALES NQR1'HAMp1'QN I . CO-OPERATIVE 'l7'l MAIN ST. NORTHAMPTON Te1. 2400 BANK "You Can Always Do Business With Blyda" Compliments Phone 1097 of GAZETTE HOTEL NORTHAMPTON PRINTING COMPANY INC. AND WIGGINS OLD TAVERN ESTABLISHED I786 Joseph H. Silvia, Gen. Manager PLAZA BUILDING PLEASANT ST. Compliments of T W I N I N C . 211 NORTH STREET Tel. 1911 - 1912 NORTHAMPTON, MAss. FINE CLEANING sv TWIN . . . cosrs so urns . . . Buys so Mucm WALLY'S SODA BAR A fp Qgimgfe 4 JW , Hal D HIV' 4 MAIN STREET 2 5 ff' nowzns NORTHAMPTON' MASS- 279 MAIN STREET Tel. 200 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X . X X X S awoiwwmoxaxa wmv eo-voxonowaw 10104401 DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE Est. 1786 NORTHAMPTON, MASS. ' THE ONLY DAIDY PAPER IN HAMPSHIRE COUNTY Complmems Complimenfs of G. J. MORRISON GUILD oPncrAN PLEASANT MARKET, INC Tel. 4450 21 MAIN STREET 243 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. NORTHAMPTON, MASS. LORD TRAVEL 81 VACATION AGENCY RESERVATIONS FOR AIRLINES - CRUISES - RESORTS - STEAMSHIPS - TOURS PERSONAL SERVICE AT YOUR HOME OR OFFICE No Service Charge 42 GREEN STREET ' NORTHAMPTON T09 PLAN FOR A CAREER Come to NORTHAMPTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE for a One- or Two-year course Choose from these maiors: Executive Secretarial Stenographic Finishing Accounting Business Administration Junior Accounting Your program will be selected to fit YOU Your placement will be suited to YOU New opportunities will be offered to YOU MOST IMPORTANT YOU'LL BE READY FOR THE BIG CHANCE THAT SOME DAY WILL COME YOUR WAY. Our 60th Fall Term begins September, 1955 -Lowowa LUCY K'S SHOE OUTLET Finest Quality Shoes at Factory-to-You Prices Dress 8. Sport Shoes 23 KING STREET lNext to Calvin Theatrej Compliments of THE UNITED DAIRY SYSTEM, INCORPORATED HASKELL and GILBERT OFFICE SUPPLY, Inc. "Everything for the Office" Telephone 672 247 MAIN STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Compliments of MAURICE GARDENS 81 N. MAIN STREET FLORENCE Compliments of GAGNON and FORSANDER KAISER-FRASER DEALER Compliments of PLEASANT PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 88 PLEASANT STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Phone 457 Best Wishes from ELECTRIC BAKE SHOP 41 MAIN STREET TEL. 668 Compliments of E. C. ADDIS 8L CO. MASTER PLUMBERS - STEAM AND GAS FITTERS 42-44 MAPLE STREET FLORENCE Compliments of NORTHAMPTON INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS NORTHAMPTON, MASS. INCORPORATED 1842 Compliments of LEO W. WOOD BUILDERS OF BEAUTIFUL HOUSES AI.EXANDER'S MARKET FLORENCE HFINER FOODS" - FREE DELIVERY TREMBLAY DRUG CO. M. L. SENDER, Ph. G., Reg. Ph. THE Rexall STORE TEL. 224 'l3'l MAIN STREET FLORENCE, MASS. ARLEN E STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS 215 Main Street Phone 2940-W. 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