Stevens High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Claremont, NH)

 - Class of 1950

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It was founded in 1868 by Paran Stevens, of New York City, whose ancestors had lived in Claremont for many years. Mr. Stevens donated ten thousand dollars, and the town matched his gift by raising fifteen thousand dollars. A committee of five prominent citizens of Claremont was chosen to execute Mr. Stevens' wishes. Accordingly, a two-acre lot was purchased at the corner of Broad and Summer Streets, and the building of the school was com- menced. It was ready for occupancy on the First of September, 1868. The total cost of the building amounted to S27,225.27. Mr. Stevens later made further gifts to the school, including two very valuable life-size oil por- traits and a concert piano. At his death the town received a substantial legacy to be used for the continuance and maintenance of the school forever. Throughout the intervening years Stevens High School has been a powerful influence in the life of Claremont.' It has graduated many famous men in all fields of learning, and it has never ceased to be one of the leading educa- tional forces in the state. its sons and daughters have shown real loyalty to it by returning each year for the annual Alumni Reunion, a red-letter day on Claremont's calendar of yearly events. Today Stevens High School continues to be a vital part in the framework of the newly-created City of Claremont. It is daily preparing the boys and girls of the city for further training in all professions, as well as in the practical arts of living. The school is a veritable powerhouse, for it is not only encouraging learning, but also valuable experience in fair play, coopera- tion, artistic appreciation, and physical development. The citizens of Clare- mont are indeed fortunate in having in their midst such a fine school as Stevens High. ROBERT DENSMORE, 1950 l and Black gratefully dedicates its year- mf. --f-- Yi! N To Mrs.JuneBucko in recognition of her devoted service as an excellent teacher and esteemed friend, the Staff of the Red book. BACK ROW, Left to Right: John Hibbard, Willard Rollins, Stephen Doody Cheadmastery, Lester Trafton fsuperintendentj, Marguerite Honadel, Marguerite Foley, Lyle Ewing, Wayne Gray, Robert Hadley. SECON ROW: Leona Tremblay, June Bucko, Dorothy Kuzmich, Aletha Childs, Irma Willey, Jean Hibbard, Alice Schriber, Harriet Page. FIRST ROW: Robert Vail, Walter Paskevich, Milford Osgood, Walter Miner, Edgar Lord, Albert Gauthier, Harry Moore, Normand Paquette. To the Members of the Class of 1950: Your class has the distinction of being the eightieth to graduate from Stevens High School. While Stevens is young in comparison to many of our institutions of higher learning,its founding does date back to that period when public high schools were less numerous and to that transition period from the private academy to the public secondary school. Stevens means a great deal to many people of Claremont and the surrounding towns who have attended the school or who have graduated from it. We hope that it means much to you and that your interest and support will continue. The spirit and tone of any school year depends upon the ability and willingness of the members of the Senior class to set the standard in scholarship, conduct, and participation in the extra-curricular activities. Your class has measured up to high standards in every respect, and we are truly grateful for your individual contribu- tion to the welfare of the school. I wish each member of this Class of 1950 the success and happiness which will surely come from careful attention to matters of conduct, from application to the task at hand, and from the desire to improve in ability in one's chosen life work. Sincerely yours, Headmaster THE STAFF OF THE RED AND BLACK fa 4 . 5 oi' Editor - Richard Brodrick xXf'lg 47?! Assistant Editors - Louis Primmerg Sidney Shulins i Boys' Sports Editor - Gardner Chase Girls' Sports Editor - Janice Egbert Art Editors - Robert Crossmang Georgia Boardman Photographic Editors - Lawrence Markg Richard Gierke Business Staff Sales Managers Typists Jack Bourdon Thomas Whitney Donald Hildreth Harold Lavalley Nyron Wheeler Charles Hutcheon Jaska Sammon Cynthia Putnam Janet Spooner Susan Pratt Barbara Fontana Marv Janzel Jane Stoughton Betty Jean Freeman Robert Densmore Gordon Burr Verna Chapman Joyce Dearborn June Eaton Shirley Pullen Shirley Heath xk - J 1 1 T' vu: -M f- ' 1 W 3' W1 . I . 1 .,., . , X 2 L-.. 1 1 r -L., ,,, w , -1 ,V , ,, ' 'K ' X ' T? .- 2 ,J - , Eli J ' N Lf Y! Y . nc 4 , , up 1 . ,L V my, :I 1, . , 5'WH: 1, ' M 1 T H E S E N I 0 R C L A S S O F F I C E R S Left to Right: Louis Primmer,PresidentgRobert Densmore, Vice-President, Barbara Jacobs, Secretary, John Hubbard, Treasurer. ? K V -fb ,. QQ Q35 J ' J:0f iq iggy JF 1 NIQ THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS The Class of 1950 has been very fortunate in its choice of officers. Louis Primmer was chosen President. Robert Densmore was elected Vice-President. Barbara Jacobs was elected Secretary. John Hubbard was named Treasurer. This class, under the leadership of its active officers, participated in practically every activity of note throughout the school year. The 'Red and Black' of 1950 shows a radical change in yearbook policy at Stevens. Such an undertaking required diligent work and unusual originality, both qualities possessed in a,high degree by members of this class. The Senior Class Play, 'American Passport', turned out to be a great success. If the year 1950 is any indication of the merits of the members of this class, we can be certain that their success in the future is assured. BARBARA ANGUS Barb is blessed with a charming and bubbling personality. Her cute grin and sparkling eyes have been the downfall of many a poor 'Casanova'. We hope that these and her many other fine qualities will lead her happily and successfully through U,N.H, and the rest of her life. Basketball 2,3,45 J. V. Basketball 15 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Chorus 3,45 Class Play 25 Hockey 3,45 J. V. Hockey 1,25 Student Council Play 45 Voice of Stevens 3,45 A Band 1,2,3,45 B Band 1. ' LEONAL BAKER 'Stubby' is little only in stature. He has a big ambition, a long list of friends, and a great sense of humor. We have all seen this popular Senior on the football field and the baseball diamond during our stay at Stevens. Although Stubby is undecided about the future after graduation,it is probable that Uncle Sam will command his future. To Uncle Sam we say: 'You're getting one swell guy, and we'll all miss him, but our loss is your gain.' Good Luck, Stubby. Baseball 45 Football 3,45 J. V. Baseball 2,35 J. V. Foot- ball 1,2. MICHAEL BAKER This tall blond Senior is a friend to all. His pleasing per- sonality and his cheery smile are the characteristics that will lead him to happiness in the future. We all know that 'Mike' will make good in whatever he may choose as his life's career, and a sincere wish for Good Luck accompanies him as he leaves Stevens. RUSSELL E. BALDWIN 'Russ' is another of our skiing enthusiasts, and he has been an important factor in some of the recent successes of the ski team. During his stay at Stevens, Russ has shown little interest in the other activities except as a spectator. He is still un- decided about what to do upon graduation, but he has considered being an airplane mechanic. Whatever you do, Russ, with your winn- ing ways, you will be a success. Ski Team 2,3,4. 4 PATRICIA W. BENOIT 'Pat' has been active during her four years at Stevens in musi- cal organizations and helping to make our class a success. After her graduation from Stevens she plans to attend college and emerge a teacher. Lots of luck,Pat, and may all your students be cherubs. A Cappella Choir l,2,3,45 Assembly Committee 43 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader 1,23 Chorus l,2,3,4g Red and Black Staff 45 Student Council Play 4g Voice of Stevens 3,4. GEORGIA JANE BOARDMAN Everyone has seen this good looking Senior twirling a baton in the band at football and basketball games. 'Janie' is also one of our talented artists, and as a result, she is always in demand when posters and decorations are needed. She plans to use her talents to become a commercial artist after graduation. With her pleasing personality and her outstanding ability to make friends we are confident that she will be a success. Best of Luck to you, Uanie'. Band 'A' 2,3,4g Majorettes 2,3,45 Red and Black Staff 4 Q Voice of Stevens 4. JOHN DOUGLAS BOURDON Jack has been a swell classmate to us all, and through his per- sonality and prowess as an athlete he has gained the friendship and admiration of all who know him. He has been a good steady worker in all class activities and through his willing coopera- tion,hasproved himself to be one of the foremost Seniors. Follow- ing graduation, Jack plans on entering college. All the luck in the world, Jack. Basketball 45 Football 2,3,4, Hi-Y 1,2,3,43 Red and Black Staff 41 Ski Team 1,2,33 J. V. Baseball 15 J. V. Foot- ball 1g All-State Guard 4. CLIFFORD L. BOURGOINE A well known and popular member of our class, Cliff has made his presence felt throughout his four years at Stevens. One of our best students, he plans to become a chemical engineer. The best wishes of his classmates go along with Cliff in his future en- deavors. Track Team 3: Hi-Y 4. LEON ALTON BRESETTE Everyone has seen this soft-spoken Senior sliding smoothly across the dance floor. 'Brazzy' was one of those who were in- strumental in getting our track team started. Throughout his years at Stevens he has made many friends with his ready smile and his winning personality. Brazzy is as yet undecided as to his post- graduate plans, but regardless of what he does with his gentle- manly ways and good humor, he will be a favorite with all, as he has been at Stevens. Football 2,3,4g Hi-Y 2,3,4: Track Team 1,2,43 J. V. Football 1. RICHARD G. BRODRICK Dick, with his flashing grin and ready wit, is one of the more popular members of our class. A born leader, Dick has participated in a great many school and class activities and has proven himself a valuable asset to our class. He plans to further his education in college, and whatever occupation he may choose for his future, we're sure he'll be a big success. Best of Luck, Dick. Basketball 4g Baseball Manager 23 Cross Country Team 43 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Nation- al Athletic Scholarship Society 3g Red and Black Staff 45 Student Council 35 Treasurer 33 Voice of Stevens 41 J. V. Baseball 2,3. SALUTATORIAN ARTHUR K. BROWN 'Brownie' is one of the most popular and fun-loving students in the class. His winning personality has made him well-known to everyone. Who of us hasn't often seen him go cruising by with his car filled to overflowing. His plans are not definite, but he will be successful wherever he goes. Best of Luck to you, Brownie. Hi-Y 3,43 Ski Team 3,41 Track Team 1,2. GORDON W. BURR Gordon is a witty and friendly classmate. He is one cf the hardest-working students in the class, and this good quality will surely be an asset to him when he is studying for a career in Pharmacy. Here's wishing you Luck, 'Gus', in your plans for the future. A Cappella Choir 43 Chorus 3,45 Hi-Y 3,42 Red and Black Staff 4. GARDNER P. CHASE 'Chasie' is that good looking blond who always has a smile for you. In the past four years he has been active in sports. After graduation he plans to go to college and become a coach. May all your teams be winners, Chasie. Basketball 4, Baseball 2,3,4g Foot- ball 3,45 Junior Varsity Basketball 2,35 National Athletic Schol- arship Society 31 Red and Black Staff 42 J. V. Baseball 1. VIVIAN L. COLBY Vivian is that nice looking,darkhaired, well dressed gal we've seen dashing through the halls. Viv hasn't been in many extra cur- ricular activities here at Stevens. Vivian would like to go to music school to study singing. Chorus 1,2,3g Voice of Stevens 3. ROBERT A. CROSSMAN By his witty sayings, which are often 'corny', Bob has made himself known to all of ns. Bob is one of our class artists. Al- though he is zany, Bob is a friend to all. Bob's future is uncer- tain, but we wish you luck in whatever you may undertake. Red and Black Staff 45 Voice of Stevens 2,3,4. NANCIE CUMMINGS Nancie has enlivened many a dull moment with her constant line of chatter. She will always be remembered for her willingness to lend a helping hand. Here's wishing you the best of luck in your chosen career, journalism. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,4. ROBERT P. DELANEY Although this has been Bob's only year with us, he has made many friends. Bob seems quiet in school, but after hours he is a witty, comical fellow. Bob is still uncertain of what the future holds for him. TOWLE Ice Hockey 23 Ski Team 2, Track Team 1,2,3g STEVENS Red and Black Staff 4. ROBERT C. DENSMORE This popular editor of the 'Voice' has led a busy life during his four years at Stevens. Along with his many activities he has maintained a high scholastic average. With his intelligence and friendly manner, Bob is sure to go far in his chosen career. We certainly wish him lots of success in the future. Boys State 41 Class Play 25 Cross Country Manager 4, Red and Black Staff 45 Student Council 1,3g Student Council Play 41 Track Manager 3,41 Treasurer 1, Vice-President 3,4g Voice of Stevens 3,4 Editor. VALEDICTORIAN ROY E. DEVOYD Roy has been one of the quiet members of our class during our stay at Stevens. He is another of our unsung linemen who have starred on the football gridiron. Roy is undecided on his work after graduation, but his mechanical genius is bound to win him Afame and fortune wherever he goes. Best wishes, Roy, in whatever the future holds for you. Football 4. GORDON RICHARD DOLE Gordon is that nice looking Senior with the curly hair. Al- though he hasn't been very active in extra activities, he is very popular with the class and school. After completing high school he plans to work in the paper mill. Our wishes are with you to be a success. , di If BARBARA DOROTHY EASTMAN Barb is one of the gang from Cornish. Although she hasn't taken part in many extra-curricular activities, she is one of the girls of our class. Barb plans to further her education by going to Syracuse next year. We know she will achieve success. Chorus 1,45 Librarian 3,43 Softball 2,3,4. JUNE ELEANOR EATON Wherever June goes she leaves a warm and friendly atmosphere. Her winning smile and her kind words of greeting are extended to all and have made her a lasting friend and a wonderful classmate. We are sure that June's future will be full of happiness and success. Beta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2 Treasurer, 31 Chorus 1,2,3g Red and Black Staff 43 Voice of Stevens 43 Softball 1,2. MELVIN W. ECONOMOU Here is a natural athlete and classmate who is liked by all. Whether on the football field, basketball court, or in the school room, Melvie always seemed to brighten things with his witty say- ings and warm personality. Although his future is undecided, he is sure to be a success in whatever he undertakes. Here's wishing you Luck, 'Melvie'. Assembly Committee 4: Basketball 2,3,4: Football 2,3,4. JANICE M. EGBERT 'Eggy' has been an active member in girls' sports. Her cute smile and infectious giggle will help her win many friends in the future as she has in high school. Good Luck to the girl we know will be a success in whatever she does. Alpha-Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Secretary, 4 Vice-Presidentg J. V. Basketball 1,23 Varsity 3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,4g Hockey Varsity 1,2,3,4g Red and Black Staff 41 Softball 1,2,3. 'fd' ROSEMARY FLANAGAN Mary is one of the more quiet members of our class. Although she has not participated in many extracurricular activities, everyone is awarelof her well-poised manner. Mary is always will- ing to lend a helping hand, and here's wishing her the best of luck in her future matrimonial career. BARBARA L. FONTANA Who doesn't know Barb, with her cherry smile and her peppy ways? Barb's main activity at Stevens has been cheerleading, and her lively personality has made her one of the best. With such a pleasing personality she can't help but succeed in her future work. Here's to you, Barb! Hockey 1,2,3,4: J. V. Basketballlg Softball 1,2,3,4. BETTY JEAN FREEMAN Certainly none of us has overlooked this peppy Senior who possesses a sweet smile that warms the heart of all who come in contact with her. Betty has been one of the most popular girls of our class, and her thoughtful and pleasant manners have won the friendship of all her classmates. After graduation she plans to enter the nursing career and train at Hanover. May you have all the success in the world. Beta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g President 4: Chorus 1,2,3,4: Class Play 25 Girls State 42 Hockey Manager 42 Red and Black Staff 42 Secretary 15 Student Council 1, Student Council Play 4: D.A.R. Girl. HOWARD ELLIOTT GELLIS Howard is one of our classmates we will never forget for his original ideas have livened many a classroom. With his ability to sway a majority, he is bound to be a success in life. Good Luck to our future lawyer. B Band 33 A Band 3,42 Class Play 25 Debating Team 41 Hi-Y 1, Librarian 1,2,3g Orchestra 3,41 Voice of Stevens 3,4. GERALDINE MAY GIBBS Gerry is a person who is always ready with a cheery smile for everyone. With her pleasing personality and ability to get along with others, she is sure to be a success in her chosen work as a nurse. Some patient will be lucky. Chorus 1,2,3. RICHARD C. GIERKO On the surface, Richard is quiet, but those who know him well can testify to his winning personality and good nature. He has always been ready to lend a hand when there was a job to be done, We're sure that he will make good in whatever he tries. Best of luck, Richard. Football manager 31 Red and Black Staff 4. FRANCES GINTOWT Frannie is that high-stepping, attractive drum majorette. She has been very popular while at Stevens. With her personality and disposition she o ght to be a success in her chosen field as a nurse - and who wouldn't want to have her for a nurse? Alpha Tri- Hi-Y 1,25 A Band 1,2,3,4g Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Drum Majorette 1,2, 3,43 Voice of Stevens 4. JEAN GOODRICH Jean, one of our smaller classmates, always manages to make her presence known. You've all seen her hurrying to classes seconds before the bell, but she always manages to make it. With her winn- ing personality she is bound to be a success in her chosen career, nursing. Oh, to be one of the lucky patients! A Band 1,2,3,4g Basketball Manager 45 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 CTreasurerJg Hockey 1: Asst. Manager 45 Student Council Play 4. NORMAN K. GREEN Norm, quiet, energetic, and studious has proven his worth throughout his four years at Stevens. An active member of his 'D.E.' class, he has gained the respect of teachers and students alike. It is certain that the retailing profession will gain a very galuable personage in Norm. Hi-Y 1,2,3g Ski Team 2: Track eam ,3. ALICE B. HANSEN This tall striking blonde came to us this year from Massachu- setts and has succeeded in winning many new friends. With her gay sense of humor and winning ways, she is bound to be a success. Good Luck, Alice. CEDRIC E. HATHAWAY 'Ced' is the well-known, tall blond who has been outstanding on the baseball diamond and on the basketball court. A pitcher in baseball and a center in basketball, 'Ced' has given his talents to the cause right from the start. Coaches will surely miss him next year. 'Ced' hasn't decided what to do after graduation, but we are sure that with his fine personality and winning ways, he will make good. Basketball 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4g Cross Country Team 43 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 President 33 Student Council 3,43 J. V. Baseball 1. M. SHIRLEY HEATH 'Shirl', a tall blonde lass, holds within her the secret of how to go out every night and still get one's homework done. Although she hasn't taken part in too many school activities, 'Shirl' is still well-known and liked by all. Her cute grin and talking eyes are both lovable qualities, and they will help in making her a success in her chosen career. Chorus 1,2,3p J. V. Basketball 3: Softball 1,2. DONALD E. HILDRETH 'Don' has brightened many a class with a timely, well chosen remark. In addition to his wit, 'Don's' personality, good looks, and intelligence combine to form a well rounded and popular young man. College plays an important part in 'Don's' future plans. Best of luck to a fellow we are sure to miss. Basketball Manager 1,43 Red and Black Staff 4: Ski Team 2. PRISCILLA M. HOLMES Priscilla is one of our musically and scholastically minded classmates. Her sweet smile and pleasant personality have won her many friends. After graduation she plans to be a teacher, and with her many fine qualities, she is sure to be a successful one. A Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4 CPres.5. ALICE J. HOWE Alice, an active member of our class, spends most of her extra time in band or in choir. She has made many friends at Stevens. After graduation she would like to become a nurse. Some hospital will be fortunate in having her. A Cappella Choir 3, B Band 13 A Band 1,2,3,4g Chorus 3,43 Class Play 2. JOH B. HUBBARD This tall handsome Senior,who's tops in all he participates in, both in school and in extra-curricular activities, is well known throughout the school. 'Tex' is a ranking athlete, and many a student has admired his prowess on the diamond, gridiron, and court. We know that with his humor and personality he will be a success after his graduation from high school. Keep up the good work, Tex. CGLOUCESTERD Baseball 1,2:Hi-Y'4g Basketball 3,45 Base- ball 3,43 Football 43 Red and Black Staff 45 Class Treasurer 4. CHARLES G. HUTCHEON 'Chutch' is that well-dressed Senior whose dry remarks and witty humor have given us many pleasant memories during our years at Stevens. Chutch is also our star on the track team and among other things, he has journeyed on foot to Newport in record break- ing time. Although he has not decided where he will go, Chutch plans to enter college after graduation. With your excellent abil- ity to win friends, we are sure you will be successful. A Cappella Choir 43 Chorus 42 Cross Country Team 2,32 Hi-Y 43 Red and Black Staff 52 Ski Team 1,2,3,43 Student Council Play 43 Track Team 1,2, 3,43 Voice of Stevens 4. EMLYANN INGRAHAM 'Emmy' is the girl with the ready wit and grand personality who is always anxious to participate in a debate. She will always be remembered for her gift of conversation and the originality in all her work. Best of luck in your career as an occupational thera- pist3 we know you will be a success. A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,43 B Band 2,32 A Band 2,3,4Q Chorus 1,2,3,4Q Class Play 23 Debating Team 43 Voice of Stevens 3,4. BARBARA JACOBS Each and everyone of us knows and likes 'Barb' because of her happy-go-lucky ways. Without her ready line of chatter and pleas- ing chuckle,therewould have been many dark moments for all of us. 'Barb' didn't join us until her Sophomore year, yet it seems she has always been with us. All the luck in the world goes to this deserving friend. A Cappella Choir 2,3,4Q Assembly Committee 43 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 23 Chorus 2,3,43 Red and Black Staff 41 Class Secre- tary 3,41 Student Council 33 Voice of Stevens 4. MARY A. JANGEL We all know Mari, that cute little girl with the infectious laugh. Although she hasn't been in many outside activities, we have all felt her presence. Mari intends to become a nurse after graduation. We know she will help to make many patients cheerful. Chorus 1,2,33 Hockey 13 Softball 1.3.4. l OLGA JAROSZEWICZ Olga came all the way from Germany to join us in our Senior year, and we are proud to claim her as our friend and classmate. Besides having unlimited courage and abundant ambition, Olga has a kind and winning personality which has won her way into the hearts of us all. There is.no doubt in our minds that her future will contain great happiness and success. CJAN KASPROWICZ SCHOOL, REHDEN, GERMANY? Reading Clubg Choir. JOAN M. JERARD Although Joan is small in stature, she has certainly made plenty of friends at Stevens. Joan is not very active in school activities, but we are sure that all who know her think that she is a swell person. Whatever she plans to do after graduation will be done well. Chorus 1. WILLIAM KEBALKA Bill has been a swell classmate and friend to all during his high school carerr. His quiet but friendly ways combined with his blond hair and good looks have made him popular with the rest of our class. Because he is a hard worker, it is a surety that he will be successful in later life. All the luck in the world, Bill. Class Play 2. PETER M. KLING Tall, good-looking, and athletic - this describes 'Pete'. His ability to participate in numerous activities and maintain a high scholastic standard has made him one of the more popular members of our class. An outstanding personality and ready wit have made his presence known by all. Good luck and may success be yours. A Cappella Choir 2,3.4 CVice-presidentbg B Band 13 A Band 1,2,3,4 CVice-presidentjg Basketball 35 Chorus 2,3,4r Debating Team 45 Football 2,3,42 Hi'Y 1,2,3,43 J. V. Basketball 2: National Ath- letic Scholarship Society 33 Orchestra 2,3,4 CTreasurer7g Class President 2g Red and Black Staff 4pSki Team 1,43 Track Team 2,3,43 Voice of Stevens 3,4. JOHN JOSEPH KOWALCZYK John is a quiet, good-looking fellow who is always around when there's work to be done. His artistic abilities have been greatly in evidence during his stay at Stevens. Because of his friendly attitude and good nature, we know that he'll be successful in his future life. Best of luck, always, John! Red and Black Staff 4. HAROLD LAVALLEY 'Sonny' is that happy-go-lucky fellow of our class. With his smile and pleasing ways he ought to go a long way. For his future he plans to go to U.N.H. and then into hotel business. Our wishes go with you, Sonny. Chorus 25 Class Play 2: Red and Black Staff 4: Track Team 1.2. ALBERT E. LAWRENCE 'Albie' is another athlete hailing from the junction, where the boys are brought up with a bat in their hands and skates on their feet. Albie is no exception, and in baseball particularly has he been outstanding, covering the first sack for Stevens during the past three years. Never without a broad smile on his face, he has become a great favorite with all the Seniors. Albie is undecided as to his future, but we know that whatever he undertakes, he will be successful. Best of luck, Albie. Baseball 2,3,4g J. V. Base- ball 1. ELEANOR LESLIE Although Eleanor hasn't been in many extra-curricular activi- ties, we all know her as a swell gal. Her future is still indefi- nite, but with her good looks and nice personality she will be successful in whatever she undertakes. Chorus 2, Softball 3. A 2? 1 M- ,. dj JAMES MCELREAVY James is one of the many outdoor men in our class. In fact, most of his interests lie in hunting and fishing. His warm smile and sincere personality have made him a friend to many at Stevens. A hard worker, he has the qualities for becoming a big success in life. Keep up the good work, James. MARY E. MCGUIRK Mary is the girl whose report card has never lacked A's. During her stay at Stevens she has been known and liked by everybody. Her pleasing manner and personality are sure to lead her to success as a teacher. May all your pupils be angels, Mary. Chorus 1,2,3,4g Class Play 2. WILLIAM E. MCLAUGHLIN Wherever you find a long steep hill with snow on it, you find 'Mac.' Although he hasn't been overly active in most of the activ- ities in school, he has been a 'student' on the ski team for the past few seasons. 'Mac' has also shown an interest in forestry during his stay at Stevens. He plans to go to the University of New Hampshire for further study in this field, and we know that he will make a good forest ranger. Ski Team 2,3,4. MARILYN B. MCNAMARA Marilyn is one of the more quiet and reserved members of our class. She is also one of the most friendly. Her easy-going ways are sure to carry her far in whatever she attempts. The best of everything to you, Marilyn! Chorus 1,2,3,4. iff -uf' RALPH A. LIZOTTE ome of the class's best football players, Ralph is an extremely popular fellow. The University of New Hampshire's Agricultural School is his choice for future schooling. Without doubt, farming will bring to Ralph a great deal of success and happiness. A Cap- pella Choir 2.3.43 Band A 1,2,3,4: Band B 15 Chorus 3,45 Football 2.3.43 Orchestra 3. CAROL C. LONGBOTTOH Carol. a rather quiet member of our class, is also one of our class 'brains'. With her chuckling smile and witty remarks, she has made many friends.Be1ngactive in extra-curricular activities, she has added greatly to our hockey team. Beta Tri-Hi-Y l.2,3,4: Chorus 1.2: Hockey J. V. 1.2.3 Var. 45 Basketball 4. FLORENCE MINA LUCE Flossie is one of the quieter members of our class. She hasn't participated in many extra-curricular activities. With her will- ingness to work hard, we all know that Flossie will be a success in the future. A Cappella Choir 43 Chorus 1,2,3,4. LAWRENCE EDWARD MARK Larry is one of the friendliest students in the school.Although he lives a long distance from school, he has managed to always take a prominent part in extra-curricular activities. He has been Mr. Paskevich's right-hand man while here at Stevens, and the musical organizations will certainly find it hard to replace him. His pleasing personality and boundless ambition will carry him far in his chosen career. The best of everything, Larry! A Cappella Choir 1.2,3,4g A Band 2.3.4 CPresidentJ3 Chorus 1,2,3,4: Class Play 2: Hi-Y 43 Orchestra 23 Red and Black Staff 43 Track 2. 4 .57 'Y 4 LfQi7f: my ,X x W a 7 r '17 MARY L. MCNAMARA Mary is a friendly,happy-go-lucky student with a flashing smile for everyone. She is well-liked by all of us. Her lively sense of humor will always be with her wherever she goes and in whatever she does. Here's wishing you luck, Mary, in whatever you may do! PAUL OBYMAKO Paul is a quiet unassuming fellow whose friendly smile and helpful ways have made him many a friend. He has not taken part in many athletics, but as manager he has served his team and school well. His plans for the future are still indefinite. Football Manager 4. LILLIAN OSTROWSKI A Although Lil is one of the quiet members of our class, she has a smile for everyone that comes her way. Lil has become very ac- tive in hockey and softball. Whatever her future plans may be, we are sure she will make her goal. Chorus 13 Hockey 2,33 Softball 2,3. AMALIA PARROTTO Although she appears to be small and quiet, Molly has a charm and sweet smile which has made her popular withalJ.her classmates. We know many patients will be cheered when they have Molly for a nurse. Class Secretary 2. n' A 2 WMV f ff H haf X7 fix RICHARD R. PLANT Dick, during his four years at Stevens High, has certainly done his share to bring honor to his class and school. Dick was our first class president. Late? as captain of the football team, he injected the fight and spi it characteristic of our squad this past fall. This handsome, curley-haired Senior isn't sure of his future, but plans on entering some branch of the service. Whatever you choose, we all wish you the best of luck, Dick. Football 3,43 President 1. STELLA POLIZOU Everyone knows Stella because of her ability to win friends. If you have ever ridden in her car, you will never forget the 'last- minute' feeling you had. Stella has been active in all girls' sports and has contributed to our victories. We are sure she will be a great success. Basketball 2,3Q Chorus 13 Hockey 13 Junior Varsity Basketball 11 Softball 33Voice of Stevens 43 Beta Tri-Hi- Y 1,3,4 fsecretaryj. SUZAN JANE PRATT 'Sue' left us for a short time, but we were all very pleased to have her return. Although she is quiet, her ever-present smile and cheerful manner are sure to lead her to the road of success. Best of luck for the future. Chorus 1,23 Voice of Stevens 4. LOUIS A. PRIMMER 'Lou' has become one of the most popular and active boys in school since he came to Stevens from Lincoln at the start of his Sophomore year. A natural leader, he has been elected to head many class activities. His absence next year from football and track will also be very noticeable. 'Lou' has decided to follow in his father's footsteps to Springfield College where he will study to be a coach. With his knack of organization and leadership, we know his teams will be winners. Assembly Committee 52 Class Play 23 Football 2,3,43 Hi-Y 1,2,3 Secretary, 4 President: Senior Class Presidentg Red and Black Staff 43 National Athletic Scholarship Society 33 Student Council President 43 Track Team 2,3,43 Voice of Stevens 3,42 Treasurer 22 Ski Team 4. li sk ,gf as -as X Q! if 'fi SHIRLEY PULLEN Shirley is that bright-eyed, smiling cheerleader who keeps the spirit up at the ball games. She has no special plans for the future, but with her pleasing personality she'll succeed in what- ever she tries. Here's luck, Shirley. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: Basketball 3,41 Cheerleader 2,3,4g Chorus 3g Class Play 2g Junior Varsity Basketball 1,23 Red and Black Staff 42 Softball 3,43 Stu- dent Council 33 Voice of Stevens 3,4. CYNTHIA LOIS PUTNAM 'Putt' is the quiet girl of our class and seems to save all her energy for chorus and choir where she does a wonderful job. For her future she has chosen to be a secretary. Best of luck in the future. Putt. A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,43 Red and Black Staff 4: Voice of Stevens 3,4. EDWARD H. QUIMBY Ed is one of those people who face the world with a smile. Wherever you meet him,ytn1are always greeted with a friendly word. Ed plans to become a carpenter after graduation. After his four year record at Stevens, there remains little doubt but that Ed will be successful. Bowling Team 4. JOHN C. RAWSON John is the strong and silent type and no doubt you've all seen him walking through the corridors with that broad Cornish smile written all over his face. An outdoor man, John has a strong Passion for hunting and fishing. His quiet ways and friendly man- nerisms have endeared him to all who know him. Whatever John may Choose for his future, we are sure he will reach the top. So, good hmk,Jdm. MY' fam' gli.. I X Q Agia KATHRYN L. REYNOLDS Kay, one of our quiet classmates, always has a good word for everyone. Because she possesses unmatched charm and an unmarred determination, Kay has gone through high school with steady pro- gress and a goodly number of friends. Kay's ambition is to become an airline hostess. With her fine character and quick smile, she will surely go far. B Band 15 A Band 1,2,3g Basketball 2,3,4g Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3 CTreasurer7g Chorus 1,2,3: Junior Varsity Basket- ball Ig Voice of Stevens 3,4. VIOLET M. ROOT Violet is that very quiet and well-mannered girl that we have all seen. Those who are acquainted with her know her as a sterling genuine person. With her sincere friendliness and good manners, Violet will always have many friends. JASKA J. SAMMON 'Jean' is a tall and striking Senior whose warm and kind face gives away her most prominent characteristic, generosity. It can be truly said that once one is her friend, one is 'Jean's friend for life, for it is not in her to hate anyone for any reason. Al- though she has no definite plans for the future, we are sure that whether she becomes a career girl or a housewife, 'Jean' will reach the top of the ladder of success. Red and Black Staff 4. RICHARD L. SANDERSON Squeak has made himself well known at Stevens by his partici- pation in all sports. He is a favorite among the boys and a swell sport. With his personality and easy going manner, Squeak is sure to be a success after graduation. Loads of Luck to youl Baseball 1,2,3g Football 2,35 J. V. Football 1. 4 FORREST H. SHORT Forrest, a quiet young man, owes his popularity to his friend- liness. He has been a valuable member of our class, and he will be missed by those who know him. In whatever direction Forrest bends his talents after graduation, we feel sure that success will be the result of his endeavors. SIDNEY SHULINS ' Sid, one of our best and most active students, has gained many friends throughout his four years of high school. Sid plans to further his education in college. Judging from Sid's high school record, ltis quite evident that he will be a success in his chosen field. Assembly Committee 43 Baseball 43 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 fTreasurerjg Red and Black Staff 4: Ski Team 2,33 J. V. Baseball 2,3. ERNEST T. SMITH III 'Skip' left us in his Sophomore year to attend prep school, but he returned to stevens this year. He has been one of the popular members of our class, and he has made an outstanding record on the Varsity Ski Team. After graduation, Skip plans to enter either Dartmouth or Middlebury, and with his ability to make friends, we are sure he will be a huge success. Good luck, Skip! ANDOVER: Ski Team 3, Track Team 4: J. V. Football 33 F.L.D. Fraternity 3,45 STEVENS: Hi-Y 1,2,43 Ski Team 2,43 Vice-President 15 J. V. Base- ball 2g Voice of Stevens 4. RAY SMITH Ray is a carefree, friendly student with ready wit and a winn- ing smile. Ray met with some unfortunate luck last year, but he has come out on top, and he deserves and has the admiration of us all. He hopes to go to college, and we feel certain that he will succeed. Best of Luck, Ray! Chorus 15 Cross Country Team 33 Foot- ball Manager 1: Track Team 2,3. RONALD E. SMITH Ronald is a tall, quiet lad with a friendly manner towards everyone.He is one of the musically inclined members of the class. It will be difficult to fill his place in the band as ably as he has filled it. Ronald plans to go on working after graduation, and we know that he will eventually reach the top. The best of every- thing, Ronnie! Band A 3,4, and B 2,3,4. ZENON SOBOLL 'Speed' is considered one of the more quiet students in that he has done little in the way of extra-curricular activities. He has, though, acquired a fine knowledge of the workings of a shop and its machines while in school and also on his own. 'Speed' is as yet undecided on what he will do when he leaves school. He has, though, thought of joining the Navy. We're sure you'll make a swell sailor, 'Speed'. JANET KATRINA SPOONER 'Janie' is a wonderful person whose ambition is ambition itself. She is continually 'busy as a bee', yet she is always ready to stop whatever she is doing and lend a helping hand to a friend in distress. With her warm smile and contagious laughter, you can be sure she will be best in whatever she plans to do. Wherever she may go, there is sure to be sunshine. Chorus 1,2,3,4g Red and Black Staff 4. JANE STOUGHTON Jane is the smart-looking, dignified Senior you have seen par- ticipating in many extra-curricular activities. With her quick wit and ready line of chatter, she will always find the door of oppor- tunity open. Good luck in your chosen career. A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Assembly Committee 4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 CChaplainyg Chorus 1,2,3,4: Class Play 23 Orchestra 32 Red and Black Staff 42 Vice-President 2, Voice of Stevens 3,4. 4 'T 15-X1-'L If, A 'l.x.,' Lgdggggk M 4 ', Q bFFQ,,.ffM 1h 1 NYRON H. WHEELER 'Red' is exceptionally quiet but a good worker. He has proved his speed and good sportsmanship in track and skiing. Although his future is undecided now, we know he'll be a success. We're all behind you, Red. Basketball Manager 23 Cross Country Team 23 De- bating Team 43 National Athletic Scholarship Society 33 Red and Black Staff 43 Ski Team 4 fManagerj3 Student Council 4 4SecretaryJ3 Track Team 1,2,3,43 Voice of Stevens 4. DOUGLAS E. WHITE Doug is our tall Senior who will make friends wherever he goes because of his good-natured attitude. After graduation he would like to become an engineer. Our wishes go with him wherever he goes in the future. Keep up your good work, Doug. THOMAS GEORGE WHITNEY Our class would not have been complete if we had not had Tom to brighten up our studies. He has a very pleasing personality that makes him well liked by everyone. Tom plans to enter college after -graduation, and our best wishes for his success go with him. Cross Country Team 23 Debating Team 43 Hi-Y 43 Red and Black Staff 43 Track Team 1,2,43 Voice of Stevens 4. JOH W. WIGGINS John came to us from Towle in his Senior year. He is quiet in school and out, but an occasional humorous gleam appears behind those glasses. John says his plans are indefinite, but we wager he has spent many hours thinking of them. Hi-Y 1,2,4. LOUISA E. THALASINOS Although Louisa has not been very active in our extra-curri- cular activities, she is known by all her classmates as a wonder- ful person. She has not decided what she would like to do after graduation, but with her ability to work hard and win friends, she will make herself known to many. Beta Tri-Hi-Y 1, Chorus 1,2,3. BETTY VERBONCOEUR This small blond Senior is known to all because of her cheery smile and friendly manner. We are sure that in whatever she does for the future, Betty will be a success just as she has been here at Stevens. A Cappella Choir 1,2,33 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Chorus 1,2,3. BARBARA PAULINE WENTZELL Barbara hasn't been very active in extra-curricular activities during her stay at Stevens because she has spend most of her spare time working. Still, she has always been ready to help whenever she could. Although Barbara is still undecided on what to do after she graduates, she has considered studying to be a secretary. We are sure any boss would be glad to have you, Barbara. Chorus 1,2,3. RAY W. WESOJA Ray joined us from Newport this year, and we were very glad to welcome him into our midst. Although he is a quiet fellow, he is well liked by those who know him. Ray isn't quite sure of what he intends to do next year, but we wish him the best of luck. TOWLE Track Team 1,25 J. V. Football 1. JANE THERESA WOJCESHONEK Janie is the girl with the continual line of chatter. With her athletic ability in all sports, she has added greatly to our vic- tories. She would like to be an interior decorator after gradua- tion. We wish her success in her future years. Basketball 1,2,4g Hockey 2, Softball 1,25 Chorus 1. , Nd f"1!::::" ":'Hl'-Q i' f W I' f K ix 4 , . , X I I4!!!!!:E2?x 'nz" !uu-S, kt " tl 'w it x g as 4. .X THE HISTORY or nu: cuss or 1950 X T: 6.15 ,Z f? Zag zsikfx k w Xi 9 if ff The seventh of September in 'Forty-six', Z ' ix S ,ff 4. X--' We entered the portals of Stevens High, is QT ' Qi,"-M N wg-1 We found ourselves in a terrible fix, L... r- V' J For fto our despairy we were very shy. Xiayk-ff Kvffz We all roamed around in a constant daze, V While upper classmen went hurrying by, All we could do was to stand still and gaze, 'Cause they knew where they were going and why. We next elected class officers four, President Plant and Vice-President Smith, Freeman, Secretary and last was Densmore. We had a welcome from each Sophomore, And they really had their perfect delight, With charcoal and lipstick and paint galore, Yes, we'll always remember that gay night. To adapt ourselves it did not take long, And soon we took a very active part, In all the activities of the throng, For we really were terrifically smart. Our 'Vic Dance' was a stupendous success, And we all had a very merry time, As our treas'ry was not full to excess, We added some quarters to our few dimes. Our pencils and books were then put to rest, We looked forward to summer vacation, Hoping that next year we would be the best, After this uplifting recreation. Again we entered the school Stevens High, In the fall of the year forty-seven, We looked at Freshmen with a knowing eye, CAnd believe us it seemed just like heavenb. We then elected our four class leaders, President Klingg Vice-president Stoughton, Molly Parrotto took notes for readers, And Lou Primmer took care of our 'Buxton'. As other years in this institution, We certainly wanted to hold our place, By giving the warm Freshmen reception, Because we were the ones setting the pace. Actors and actresses made their debut, By presenting a play HThe Had Breakfasf', It might even have been enjoyed by you, But only assembly hall saw our cast. The awaited day for choosing rings, Now it finally appeared in our view, With delegates from classes preceeding, We standardized a ring that was quite new. Again we looked forward to summer free, From all of our writing and our reading, Next year big upper classmen we would be, It certainly was a pleasant feeling. We re-entered our school in forty-eight, We had a different outlook on life, We'll remember that memorable day, For it ended our hardship and our strife. As Juniors, officers we had to pick, President Hathaway was first of four, Secretary Jacobsg Treasurer Brodrick, And our Vice-president was Bob Densmore. The Junior Prom was our formal affair, This year we had Mardi Gras for our theme, Dancing we saw many a happy pair, It proved to be a very gala scene. We next flocked to many a baseball game, For we all wished to watch our classmates play They really made for themselves a great name They were champions we are proud to say. The end of the year was now drawing nigh, We presented the Senior Reception, To bid the Seniors our fondest good-by, And begin our new summer vacation. As Seniors we now went back to learning, In the year which was nineteen-forty-nine, This was the one for which we were yearning, And it proved to be an eventful time. This year Louis Primmer was our class head, Our Vice-president was Robert Densmore, Hubbard tried keeping us out of the red, Secretary Jacobs was last of four. A new activity to Stevens came, We hope it will always be carried on, The debating team it was by it's name, They certainly knew their pros and their cons Our only dance in this great Senior Year, Was the annual for the football team, We hailed them all with the heartiest cheer, To a new and very different theme. 'American Passportu, the Senior Play, We hope it was enjoyed by all of you, It is not forgotten even today, The seats left those two nights were very few. The 'Red and Black' was our pride and our joy, It was a little different and new, We certainly worked on it'hard, 0 Boy, And we hope it appeals to all of you. And so we say to dear old Stevens High, We love you very dearly, yes we do, And today as we bid you our last good-by, We say that we shall never forget you. Betty Jean Freeman '50 Barbara Angus '50 T ff? , 61444 Wd! rf , 7 ,L ZX We, the seniors of Stevens High School, of the city of Claremont, State of New Hamp- shire, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby m ke, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, and hereby revoke all Wills and Codicils by us at any time heretofore made. N CLASS BEQUESTS 1 To Mr. Doody and Mr. Lord, our respected headmasters, we leave our sincere thanks for their guidance through our four successful years at Stevens. 2. To the faculty we leave our regrets that we must leave such true friends,andwe deeply appreciate the efforts that they have expended on our behalf. 3 To the Class of '51 we leave Mr. Paquette and Mr. Vail to guide you through your Senior year and put you on the road to success. 41 To the Class of '52 we leave the thought that even though you are upper-classmen, the Seniors still have priority. 5. To the Class of '53 we leave our scholastic and athletic ability. 6 To the future students of Stevens we leave knowing that their four years at Stevens will be the happiest years of their lives. I N D I V I D U A L B E Q U E S T S Bill McLaughlin leaves his membership in the 'Fourteen-seventy Club' to anyone who can drive as fast as he. Bob Crossman leaves initials in many desks. Lillian Ostrowski leaves mistaken in her belief that she can out-talk Joan Whitney. 'Barb' Jacobs leaves her ability to attract the opposite sex to Jean Primmer, who has quite a following of her own. Jack Bourdon, Roy Devoyd, and Pete Kling leave their ability on the football team to Paul Gonyea, Roger Wilson, and John Mercier, who already are on their way to stardom. Jane Stoughton and Barbara Angus bequest their quiet lady-like ways to Janice Crady and Jean Valliere. Wendell Davis wills the peroxide in his hair to some poor deserving brunette under- classman. 'Ced'Hathaway and June Eaton,'Tex' Hubbard and Shirley Pullen leave,Sti11 holding hands. Zenon Sobol leaves happy that he won't have to skip school anymore. Dick Plant, Melvin Economou, Albert Lawrence, and Paul Obymako leave still trying to start 'Stubby' Baker's car. Lou Primmer and 'Red' Wheeler leave behind a host of feminine admirers. Gordon Burr and Edward Quimby leave their height to 'Atom-bomb' Coutermanche in order that his teachers may see him when he sends spit-balls zinging across the room. 'Sid' Shulins and Dick Broderick leave their versatility to Jack Parker and John Severens as long as the latter continue to get 'A's.' Carol Longbottonn Mary McNamara, Alice Hansen, Mary Jangel, and Molly Parrotto leave their quiet ways to Ruth McLin and Geraldine Moore, who have lost theirs. Dick Gierko leaves his wise remarks to someone with an established reputation - Mike Leahy. Leon Bresette and Roger Currier heave their curly locks to Bobby Simpson and Norman Thalasinos, providing they spend as much time combing them as they have. John Delaney, Ray Wesoja, and John Wiggins leave Stevens but take with them their long ride from Guild. Michael Baker and William Kebalka leave their dignified sense of humor to Robert St. Amour providing Bob acquires a little dignity. 'Rusty' Baldwin leaves behind Janet Fecteau, but remember boys she's taken. Geraldine Gibbs bequests her classy hair-do's to Grace McKenzie. Joyce Dearborn and Violet Root leave their secret loves to some lonely female under- classman. Gardner Chase leaves his blond hair and athletic ability to Russell Pardy, providing Russell drinks his Ovaltine. Barbara Wentzell and Betty Verboncoeur leave their constant companionship to Patty Patenaude and Burl McLin. Georgia Boardman and John Kowalczyk leave their artistic ability to deserving under- classmen. Ralph Lizotte leaves still trying to catch the wind he lost while blowing his tuba. Barbara Fontana and Claire Burrell leave still cheering Stevens on to victory. Alice Howe, Pricilla Holmes, Verna Chapman, Cynthia Putnam, and Emlyann Ingraham will their positions in Mr. Paskevich's musical organizations to any musicians as pro- ficient as they. Betty Freeman leaves her country parties to Bev Barrett. Buster Bourgoine and Ray Smith bequeath their friendliness and popularity to 'Skeets' Garneau. Mary Flanagan, Mary McNamara, and Louisa Thalasianos take with them their flashing diamonds to enter into a new adventure. James McElreavy leaves his love of the outdoors to any Izaac Walton in the school. Mary McQuirk and Jaska Sammon leave a host of 'A's' to needy members of the class of '51. Forrest Short, Ronald Smith, and Gordon Dole leave their ability to say nothing to anyone capable of making that much noise. 'Skip' Smith leaves his enthusiasm for skiing to Cleve Thibault. 1 35, Olga Jaroszewicz leaves her ability to win friends easily to any girl with as fine a personality. 36. Patty Benoit and Jean Goodrich leave their faithfulness to one man to Lois Bryant, providing she keeps her other dates secret. 37. Katherine Reynolds and Eleanor Leslie leave boredom, for their thoughts have been on the outside for some time. 38. Frances Gintowt leaves her position as head majorette to Ann Crossman, a capable replacement. 39. Barbara Eastman, Larry Mark, and John Rawson leave happily their long ride on the Cornish school bus. 40. Don Hildreth leaves his 'witticisms' to 'Feerless Fred' Dansereau. 41. 'Squeek' Sanderson leaves his freshmen basketball team to Mr. Vail and Mr. Page with the hope that they bring future glory to Stevens. 42. Norman Green and Joan Jerard leave behind them two years of faithful study in dis- tributive education, which they know will help them up the ladder of success. 43. Jane Wojceshonek and Janice Egbert leave gapping holes in the various girl athletic teams on which they played. 44. Doug White leaves his 'Italian accent' to Nich Finelli. 45, 'Viv' Colby leaves still spinning her favorite records. 46. Bob Densmore wills the editorship of the 'Voice', complete with aspirins, to Park Gilbert providing he does as good a job as Bob. 47. Nancie Cummings leaves her seat in the 'Sweet Shop' to Marjorie Osgood who won't have any trouble filling it. 48. Robert Dahms leaves his ability to capture the fancy of the weaker sex to Russell Currier. 49. Jim Chapman leaves his ability to start his'Chariot' with one crank to Albert Marro. 50. Janet Spooner, Florence Fuce, Stella Polizou, Suzan Pratt, Lucille Buswell, and Shirley Heath leave their vitality to the Junior girls who will need some next year. 51. Howard Gellis and Arthur Brown leave their cars, complete with girls, to Al Leahy and 'Shorty' Hansen, who already have a good start. 52. Charlie Hutcheon leaves his Scotch ancestry to Alex Shinkevich. In witness whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our seal this fourteenth day of June, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty. Signed, sealed, and delivered by Thomas G. Whitney '50 Harold LaValley '50 Attorneys-at-Law THE PROPHECY OF THE CLASS OF 1950 Q My at s EMLYANN INGRAHAM FLASH! - KINDU, AFRICA INFESTED WITH WHITE MEN Kindu, June 14, 1975 CAP3 - The Daily Kindu News reports its tiny settlement of Kindu has been suddenly infested by white men from the United States. The Kinduans are in a frenzy BUT - have they taken a gander at the situation of the United States?? It's des- perate!! The President of the United States, Vivian Colby, reported a national crisis. The men have suddenly left the country. Why?? It has been running smoothly. Since Mary 'Lewis' McGuirk has taken over the mines, there have been no strikes. Jane 'Powers' Stoughton has artfully continued for years land still doesy tofill our magazines with such prominent Broadway Beauties as: Richard Plant, Roger Currier, Cedric Hathaway, and William McLaughlin. When you turn on your radio to the Alice Howe Hour, you will still hear the mellow voices of Skip Smith and John Rawson, crooning your favorite melody. Still our movies produced by Dearborn, Egbert Q Root Studios charm the screen with such age-old characters as Gardner 'Mickey' Chase and Sidney 'Elmer' Shulins. The noted art studios of Jean 'Rockwell' Goodrich and Betty 'Parish' Freeman are still trying to find a millimeter of space upon which to hang more sketches or drawings of Forrest Short, Ray Smith, Wendell Davis, Paul Obymarko, and John Bourdon, our most popular subjects of art. These things still are, but will not be if something is not done about our national crisis. We have sent Howard Gellis, our most famous diplomat, to bring them back, but the last report said our honorable diplomat was swayed instead. The American people are willingly doing their best to correct their misfortune. The wealthy heiress's Lucille Buswell, Alice Hansen, and Jane Wojceshonek have given their entire fortunes toward this great cause. Much to my disappointment a fourth heiress, Florence Luce, who has become a strict old maid, refused to give a cent, but was filled with jubilation at the thought of man becoming extinct. With difficulty, our famous museum of Jerard h Leslie are devoting their time to collecting rare specimens of man which still remain here in order to prevent them becoming extinct. If any trace is found of Melvin Economou, James Chapman, William Kebalka, or John Wiggins, notify the museum at once. These are the rarest of specimen. I have just received a wire from the metropolis of Claremont, New Hampshire, that the local chapter of the Wolverines, headed by Claire Burrell, has located Gordon Burr, Ray Wesoja, and Leon Bresette - missing since 1970. Dame Rumor says they have been hermits in the hills of Vermont. The Vice-President of the chapter,VernaChapman, said they have John Kowalczyk, Edward Quimby, and Harold Lavalley, some of the most common of the specimens. She continued to say that Carol Longbottom, Suzan Pratt, Betty Verboncoeur, and Mary Jangel, their Private Investigators, are on the watchout for more. The President met with her cabinet: Nancie Cummings, Secretary of Labor, Shirley Pullen, Secretary of Agricultureg June Eaton, Secretary of Defensep Norman Green, Secre- tary of Commerce, Barbara Jacobs, Secretary of the Interior, Charles Hutcheon, Post- Master General, and Shirley Heath, Attorney General - to take action yesterday. Reports 4177-TT. have it that the Senate, headed by Senator Barbara Eastman, voted S2,999,999,000.99 for ships and material to take to Kindu so as to recapture the disappearing men. In the House of Representatives, Mary Flanagan drew up a bill to prevent any of the remaining men from leaving the country. ' Please don't get me wrong, not all of the men have left the United States. A few 'common-tatoes': Russell Baldwin, Gordon Dole, Michael Baker and Zenon Soboll - have re- mained loyal, attempting to bring our depleting male population back to normal with the aid of Robert Crossman and Robert Delaney, foreign reporters in Africa. Besides these, our foreign correspondents: Olga Jaroszewicz, Priscilla Holmes, Georgia Boardman, Mary McNamara, and Louisa Thalasinos - have pursuaded their associates: Donald Hildreth, James McElreavy, Douglas White, and Robert Dahms to remain here in the states to continue their translation of baby talk. This morning the first fleet of ships sailed for Kindu to take action. Admiral Barbara Angus reported that there were a thousand ships in the fleet which are commanded by Geraldine Gibbs, Barbara Fontana, Marilyn McNamara, Kathryn Reynolds, and Stella Polizou. This is where I came in, for my boss, Louis Primmer, Editor of the Daily Bugle, ordered me to Kindu to see what I 'kindu' about the situation in Kindu. I flew out of the office leaving our top stenographers: Jaska Sammon, Molly Parrotto, Barbara Wentzell, and Janet Spooner - in a dither wondering what was up. At noon I reached Cape Town, Africa, where Patricia Benoit and Frances Gintowt met me so as to continue in my company to view the situation. We took a camel train which was run by Roy DeVoyd, Nyron Wheeler, Ralph Lizotte, and Arthur Brown. When we were within ten miles of Kindu, we were overtaken by a group of bandits, and among them were some recognizable faces: Albert Lawrence, Ronald Smith, Clifford Bourgoine, and John Hubbard - who took us prisoners and dragged us off to their leader, Lawrence Mark. He decided we were of little importance so dropped us off in the middle of a jungle. With no idea of what direction to take to Kindu, we wandered into a tribe of unfriendly natives lead by Leonal Baker and Richard Sandersan, and again we were taken prisoners to their Great White Master, Robert Densmore. He was not as kind as our previous captors, for he locked us in a jail guarded by Richard Brodrick and Peter Kling. Within an hour we saw our executionist, Thomas Whitney, coming for us. Here was our finish .... BANG! BOOM! CRASH! 0-o-o-h, what's that?? The floor! What a dream! Was that date June, 1975?? But this is still June, 1950. Never again will I listen to Gabriel Heatter's predictions of women's growing superiority or Senator Gillets's proposed amendment to the Constitution estab- lishing equal rights for women. 3511 mist fs ' fi it 6, va fm? '::.::A:'-:. IAIVV 4 A ,Jssfg .'A. .:.4:5:::::W:q.. , I 21' Q! + X R R15 , if? G0 xv ZZ .4 U A-bf! f XM. x 0, . X QR xv, N. WV Q ' K X Tn f '4' f Z' f Z Z 1 l r X, .-ff... Q, V, 3 . Qu: V - 'f .9 w - 1 i ' . e i STANDING, Left to Right: Wayne Barter, John Parker, Beryl McLin, Constance Costello Albert Leahy, Jr., Barbara Primmer, Charles Leahy. SITTING: William Brodrick, Leona Bugbee Joan L'Heureux, John Goodrich. THE CLASS OFFICERS The members of the Junior Class have been extremely active in all the extra-curricular activities in school and have been very fortunate in having as class advisor this year, Mr. Albert Gaughier. Although realiz- ing it is a difficult task to follow in the footsteps of the present Senior Class, the Junior Class, after three enjoyable and happy years, is eagerly awaiting their Senior year at Stevens High School. With Wayne Barter as class President for two years, the Sophomore Class is fast assuming an important place in Stevens High School.Members of the class are already playing a prominent part in school athletic and musical organizations and have had as their advisor during this year, Mrs. Alice Schriber. The Freshman Class, after surviving it's rigorous initiation last fall, has now become a well organized group under the capable guidance of Mr. and Mrs. John Hibbard. If the Freshmen keep their present class enthusiasm during their remaining years at Stevens, they will be a decided addition to the student body. B-mv SITTING: Robert Vail CAdvisorJ. STANDING, Left to Right: Marilyn Wheeler, Clement Garneau, Nyron Wheeler, Richard Whitney, Wayne Barter, Cedric Hathaway, Harry Par- sons, John Parker, Louis Primmer. CMISSING: Robert Dahms.3 ii! IM WS WW yi x 1 X THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council of 1949-1950 has undergone a few changes. A new constitution has been put into effect limiting the number of members to ten. There are four Seniors, three Juniors, two Sophomores, and one Freshman, all elected by theirrespective classes. In September of this the second year of the student Council at Stevens, officers were elected as follows: President, Lou Primmerg Vice-President, Cedric Hathaway, and Secretary, Nyron Wheeler. This fall the Student Council was occupied with trying to bring more support to the football games. Posters were made by some of the students, and a very successful rally was staged the night before the Towle-Stevens game. Something new has been added. For the first time the Council sponsored a Christmas dance. Included in the program was a two-act play called HHiss-Cueu and written by Bob Bonneau. The Christmas dance idea proved very successful for us, and we hope that we have set a precedent for future years. We have been very ably advised by Mr. Vail, and we thank him very much for his guidance in our activif ties. l- SITTING: Aletha Childs fadvisorj. STANDING, Left to Right: Melvin Economou, Robert Dahms, Jane Stoughton,Barbara.Jacobs, Patricia Benoit,Louis Primmer, Sidney Shulins. THE ASSEMBLY COM ITTEE During the 1949-1950 school year, the Senior Assembly Committee has brought to Stevens High many excellent assemblies of many types. The Committee was ably led by Jane Stoughton, chairman. The faculty advisor was Miss Aletha Childs. The Assembly Committee has brought to Stevens assemblies in sports, science, and aviation. Plays were presented by every class. Many ex- cellent speakers, good musical programs, and films have been enjoyed by all. Exchanging assemblies with neighboring towns was a big highlight of the year. 1 The Assembly Committee has done much to bring programs that have strengthened both the social and educational aspects of high school. FOURTH Row, Left to Right: Nyron Wheeler, Thomas Whitney, James Chapman, John Severens, Howard Gellis, Robert Crossman, Peter Kling. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Charles Hutcheon, Anne Marek, Frances Gintowt, Patricia Benoit, Jane Stoughton, Lucy Dodge, Frances Szyman, Kathryn Reynolds, Beverly Barrett, Louis Primmer. SECOND Row, Left to Right: Jean Valliere, Beryl McLin, Ann Crossman, Marjorie Spaulding, Lois Bryant, Majorie Osgood, Eleanor LeClair, Sally Townsend, Geraldine Kittridge, Barbara Angus, Joan L'Heureux. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Patty Patenaude, Emlyann Ingraham, Verna Chapman, Shirley Pullen, Robert Densmore fEditor-in-Chiefb, Lyle Ewing fadvisorb, Park Gilbert, Cynthia Putnam, Phyllis Steinfield, Georgia Boardman, Barbara Jacobs. KMISSING WH N PICTURE WAS TAKEN: Susan Pratt and June Eatony. THE HVOICE OF STEVENSW The nVoice of Stevensn, the official bi-monthly journalistic publi- cation of the school, has again had a most successful year under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief, Robert Densmore. The usual five issues were published and were well received by the faculty and student body. The helpful advice of Mr. Ewing, the interest of Mr. Doody, and the financial backing of local merchants and professional men were all con- tributing factors towards the success of the paper. As in former years, the paper included news of such school activities as sports, music, dramatics, debating, dances, clubs, and other events of general interest to all. The students are to be complimented on the interest which they have shown in the paper. It is hoped that the HVoicen will have as pro- fitable years in the future. STANDING, Left to Right: Patricia Papps, Ann LaBounty, Linda Nolin, Barbara Eastman, Lucinda Nolin, Dariel Whitcomb, Barbara Hadley. SITTING, Left to Right: Constance Costello, Nhrdlyn Sawyer, Geraldine LeMere, Leona Tremblay fLibrarian5 Ann Crossman, Janet Carriel, Pauline Menard. THE JUNIOR LIBRARIAN S The Junior Librarians are students from all classes who give their time to help in the library under the supervision of Miss Tremblay, the school librarian. Among their dutues are those of shelving, mending, filing, charging and discharging books, and caring for the library. They help during activity periods, study periods, at noon or after school. The meetingscafthe Junior Librarians are held on Tuesday afternoons after school. A picnic in June concludes the year's work. all .ns ,., FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: Joan L'Heureux, Patricia Papps, Patricia Smith, Frances Szyman, Lucy Dodge, Margaret Sammon, Marilyn Barton, Dorothy White, Patricia Pelton, Pauline Menard, Jane Madeja, Dorothy Levesque. THIRD ROW. Left to Right: Barbara Kratovich, Sylvia Chapman, Lois Bryant, Ruth McLin, Carol Hardy, Barbara Primmer, Beverly Jacobs, Jean Primmer, Joan Fisher, Geraldine Kittredge, Marilyn Wheeler, Darlene Blodgett. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Cummings, Barbara Angus, Shirley Pullen, Patty Benoit, Jean Goodrich, Betty Freeman, Jane Stoughton, Stella Polizou, Janice Egbert, Sally Townsend, Pauline Gouin, Lorraine Preve. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Joan Whitney, Joyce Longbottom, Phyllis Steinfield, Beverly White, Betty Beauman, Majorie Osgood, Margaret Stoughton, Beverly Stathers, Beverly Hanks, Norma Simmons. THE TRI-HI-Y CLUB The Tri-Hi-Y Club resumed its activities early in the fall. Meetings were held Thursday evenings in the Study Hall. The following officers were inducted: President, Betty Jean Freeman, Vice-President, Janice Egbert, Secretary, Stella Polizou, Treasurer, Jean Goodrich, Chaplain, Jane Stoughton. Mrs. Helen Sterling was our advisor. Special committees and chairmen were elected this year. They were as follows: Social, Patricia Benoit, Publicity, Stella Polizou, Religious, Jane Stoughton, Service, Barbara Angus, Program, Janice Egbert. Among the outstanding activities were the Dartmouth-Cornell game, the New Year's Eve Dance, and the annual conference held at Laconia this year. Throughout the year we enjoyed speakers and socials with the Boys' Hi-Y Club. T H E H I - Y C L H B THIRD RUW,Left to Right:Gordon Burr, Thomas Whitney, John Severens, Russell Currier, Albert Leahy, John Hubbard. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Charles Hutcheon, Robert Dahms, Clifford Bourgoine,Arthur'Brown, Donald Hildreth, Ernest Smith, Harry Parson, Robin Smith, Leon Bresette. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Lawrence Mark, Sidney Shulins, John Parker, Richard Brodrick, George Disnard fadviserj, Louis Primmer, Jason Chick William Brodrick, Lawrence Whipple. 5 Q E u , ggggyjiiggigi Qi HQEHEES? eg 5 C , :ZEF 1 'YQ' I' 9 9 Q, 4 K iil w THE HI-Y CLUB The Stevens Hi-Y Club under the direction of Mr. George Disnard, teacher at Stevens High School, has had a successful year. The club, which is composed of boys from all classes in high school, teaches clean sports, clean speech, clean scholarship, and clean living. During the year the club went to a Dartmouth football game and sent representatives to the Older Boy's Conference at Manchester. Many socials were held with the Tri-Hi-Y Club. Our officers are: President, Lou Primmerg Vice-President, Jack Bourdong Secretary, Richard Broderick, and Treasurer, Sidney Shulins. - ., any ,Ill THE SENIOR PLAY HAHERICAN PASSPORTN The Cast 'The Aids Thomas Whitney - Ed Hamilton Louis Primmerp Barry Bourgoine - Curtain Bette Jean Freeman - Bertha Hamilton Stella Polizoug Verna Chapman - Prompters Barbara Jacobs - Sybil Leonal Bakerg Melvin Economou - Set Barbara Angus - Judy Robert Dahmsg Roger Currier - Lights Robert Densmore - Dick Patricia Benoitg Alice Howe - Set Richard Brodrick - Bill - Charles Hutcheong Molly Parrotto - Properties Claire Burrell - Louella Verna Chapman - Program Barbara Eastman - Mrs. Schwartz Mary McGuirk - Aunt Jen Howard Gellis - Mr. Craig The story of HAmerican Passportn concerns the American father who is greatly concerned about the 'Trojan Horse' and suddenly finds that he is, to quote his own words Hfeeding three of her bonies in his own homeu. Thomas Whitney took this role. Playing opposite him as his wife was Bette Jean Freeman. Robert Densmore played the role of his leftist son, and Barbara Angus was the daughter. Barbara Eastman had a splendid comedy role in the part of Mrs. Schwartz, a 100 per cent American neighbor. Barbara Jacobs and Richard Brodrick provided the love interest and brought into the play the solid common sense of the true American philosophy. Claire Burrell played the part of the typical kid sister. Crotchedy but lovable Aunt Jen was played by Mary McGuirk. Ed Hamilton's boss was played by Howard Gillis. This play, woven from the fabric of today's problems and today's challenges, touches . N V 7 ?' ER izv IX' rwWlN'l on profound questions facing the youth of America, yet delightful heart-warming laughter and the dry humor of everyday American life bind it together. 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TJ X AX I 1' Y ,fl NXX f Z rv ,, 'mr U ' xl :IT Q x 'A 413, VD ,171 U K, , 1 ' - L ,fx fm f Q f N as CVO QQ T32 fnk ,f ff www' "S A gghdk of f Aw gf .g X' KA ' , New , W M jx ,,,f'! f 1 ,U CLARINETS Darlene Blodgett Betty Brock Janet Carriel Verna Chapman Carolyn Chase Jason Chick John Goodrich Margaret Griswold Ronald Laramie Joan L'Heureux Ian Lewis Randall Parker David Penniman Jean Peterson Raymond Simoneau Jean Valliere FLUTES Marilyn Fish Jean Richard OBOE Phyllis Bowles BASSOON Patricia White BASS CLARINET Sally Townsend SAXOPHONES IE Flat Altoz Arthur Luce Richard Smalley Frances Szyman SAXOPHONES KB Flat Alto! Priscilla Holmes Ruth Simms SAXOPHONES KE Flat Baritone! Ronald Garceau TRUMBONES Jane Hird Alice Howe Charles Leahy Donald Moore John Preve Ronald Smith T H E S T E V E N S C 0 N C E R T B A N D El 'E J Q f 5 W, zaggzg kos! lik lg -Uk Q Walter S. Paskevi Q? Ch, Director BARITONES Barbara Angus Geraldine Kittredge Gilbert Leahy HORNS Howard Gellis David Hilliard Emlyann Ingraham Margaret Stoughton CORNETS Arthur Bailey Ronald Belair Orman Buswell Malcolm Currier Charles Goodhue Jean Goodrich Peter Kling Linda Nolin Lucinda Nolin Alexander Shinkevich Robert Townsend David Woodbury PERCUSSION Paul Lapanne Lawrence Mark Beverly Stathers Cleve Thibault Merton Thompson William Whitcomb SOUSOPHONES Donald Denault Ralph Lizotte Stanley Szambelan DRUM HAj0R Russell Currier MAjORETTES Arlene Bass Georgia Boardman Gladys Champney Ann Crossman Beverly Favreau Frances Gintowt Carol Hardy Valerie Lasky Jennie Leszkiewicz Pauline Martell FIRST VIOLINS Johanna Baldasaro Joan Baptista Roberta Delair Anne Belden Leona Bugbee Margaret Griswold Paul Lapanne Mary Lou McLaughlin Ruth Rutledge Ellen Smith Marilyn Wheeler CELLOS Harriet Fish Sandra Gibson Richard Minard STRING BASS Frederick Dansereau OBOE Phyllis Bowles BASSOON Patricia White FLUTES Marilyn Fish Jean Richard CLARINETS Janet Carriel Verna Chapman John Goodrich Sally Townsend Jean Valliere TRUMPETS Arthur Bailey Orman Buswell Peter Kling Albert Leahy Robert Townsend T H E 0 R C H E S T R A Walter S. Paskevich, Director SECOND VIOLINS Patricia Bradeen Victor Bonneville Joan Brock Andrienne Goggin Carol Griswold Edward Hill John Jones Richard Murphy Joyce Penniman Roland Pratt Georgia Richmond Ernestine Titus Charles Vadney HORNS Howard Gellis David Hilliard Margaret Stoughton TRONBONES Jane Hird Charles Leahy SAXOPHONES IE Flat Richard Smalley SAXOPHONES IB Flat Priscilla Holmes Ruth Simms SAXOPHONES IE Flat Ronald Gareau SOUSAPHONE Stanley Szambelan PIANIST J. Park Gilbert PERCUSSION Dalton Blodgett Robert Ott Beverly Stathers Merton Thompson Alto! Tenor! Baritone! Soprano Baldassaro, Johnna Bartlett, Janet Barton, Marilyn Bass, Arline Belanger, Yvette Bugbee, Leona Chamberlain, Janet Champaney, Peggy Chase, Carolyn Converse, Hilda Cote, Virginia Couture, Janet Crady, Janice Densmore, Ann Eastm n, Barbara Egbert, Janice Fairbank, Marilyn Favreau, Beverly Fontaine, Jacqueline Gonyea, Ann Gosselin, Claire Gouin, Pauline Griswold, Margaret Hardy, Carol Howe, Marion Ingraham, Emilyann Jacobs, Beverly Labounty, Ann Lamar, Beryl Leahy, Nancy Lemere, Geraldine Longbottom, Joyce McNamara, Marilyn Mann, Eleanor Marek, Anne Martell,Pauline Morrill, Milodie Nolin, Linda Nolin, Lucinda Papps, Patricia Pelton, Patricia Pertesis, Dolores Rrimmer, Barbara Primmer, Jean Provencial, Joyce Putnam, Cynthia Rice, Marjorie Salmi, Barbara Sawyer, Marilyn Simms, Ruth Smith, Ellen Smith, Patty Stoughton, Jane Stoughton, Margaret ...sq T H Vadney, Joyce Whitcomb, Dariel White, Dorothy White, Patty Alto Angus, Barbara Barrett, Beverly Beauman, Betty Belair, Roberta Benoit, Patricia Blodgett, Darlene Bowles, Phyllis Breton, Theresa E M I X E D C H O R U S Carriel, Janet Chapman, Sylvia Chapman, Verna Couture, Jane Cummings, Nancy Denault, Phyllis Devoyd, Patricia Dodge, Lucy Doten, Joan Feary, Mary Jane Fisher, Dorothy Freeman, Betty Hanks, Beverly Harvey, Nancy Hird, Jane Howe, Alice Jacobs, Barbara Jackson, Janet Kittridge, Geraldine Kratovich, Barbara Levesque, Dorothy L'Heureux, Joan Luce, Florence Maclver, Muriel McQuirk, Mary Mark, Eleanor Menard, Pauline Palmer, Jackie Stathers, Beverly Steinfield, Phyllis Szyman, Frances Townsend, Sally Valliere, Jean Wheeler, Marilyn White, Beverly Whitney, Joan Accompanist, Jean Richard Walter S. Paskevich, Director Tenor Batchelder, William Broderick, William Buswell, Leonard Clarke, Donald Densmore, Richard Gilbert, Park Hutcheon, Charles Jamroz, John Leahy, Charles Lehner, Theodore Lumbra, Ralph Mark, Lawrence Matthews, Malcolm Ott, Robert Parsons, Harry Ryan, Roger Smith, Robbins Thompson, Merton fran! gvj,5f7C,f ' LN .l l 5: s !!,Nr U K f 45 X , - T 4-pl V 2 If 'Q 'fifzll Bass Barter, Stuart Burr, Gordon Currier, Russell Dansereau, Frederick Garceau, Ronald Gaudreau, Ronald Hilliard, David Leahy, Albert Liz6tte, Ralph Luce, Arthur Parker, John Penniman, David Shinkavich, Alex Strong, Raymond Woodbury, David w Soprano Baldassaro, Johanna Chase, Carolyn Cote, Virginia Couture, Janet Griswold,Margaret Insraham, Emiiyann Lemere, Geraldine Mann, Eleanor Nolin, Linda Nolin, Lucinda Pertesis, Dolores Putnam, Cynthia Simms, Ruth Smith, Eleen Stoughton, Jane Stoughton, Margaret White, Patty ALto Barrett, Beverly Belair, Roberta Benoit, Patricia Blodgett,Darlene Bowles, Phyllis Chapman. Verna Couture, Jane Denault, Phyllis Dodge, Lucy Doten, Joan Freeman, Betty Graves, Phyllis Harvey, Nancy Jacobs, Barbara Kittridge, Geraldine Luce, Florence Palmer,Jackie Stathers, Beverly Townsend, Sally Valliere, Jean Wheeler, Marilyn White. Beverly , -...-A-gl THE A CAPPELLA CHO 4, fir' f07vg", K K X Accompanist, Richard, Jean Walter S. Paskevich, Director Tenor Buswell, Leonard Densmore, Richard Gilbert, Park Hutcheon, Charles Jamroz, John Leahy, Charles Lehner, Theodore Mark, Lawrence Matthews, Malcolm Ott, Robert Parsons, Harry Bass Barter, Stuart Burr, Gordon Currier, Russell Dansereau, Frederick Garceau, Ronald Gardreau, Donald Kling, Peter Leahy, Albert Lizotte, Ralph Luce, Arthur Parker, John Penniman, David Shinkevich, Alex SITTING: Robert Vail, Advisor. STANDING: Howard Gellis, Barbara Angus, Thomas Whitney, Emlyann Ingraham, Nyron Wheeler. nfs? . .1 J W lab E159 THE DEBATING TEAM The Debating Team, under the supervision of Hr. Vail and Mr. Paquette, has had a very good start here at Stevens. This is the first time that there has ever been a debating team at Stevens, and the pupils who have participated in it have shown much in the way of oratorical ability. Later in November a team consisting of Howard Gellis, Nyron Wheeler, Thomas Whitney and Peter Kling, went to Dartmouth College in Hanover to participate in the Interstate Collegiate Debates. Since this was our first out-of-town debate, we did not know what to expect from our opponents. Stevens made a good showing, however, and won three out of eight debates. The national de- bating topic of the year is HShouLd the President of the United States be Elected by the Direct Vote of the Peoplen. The Stevens affirm tive team consisted of Gellis and Wheeler, while the negative team was composed of Whitney and Kling. A team con- sisting of Barbara Angus and Emilyann Ingraham is now preparing to join the group so as to be ready for later debates in the spring. THE BOWLING TEAM Introduced as a new addition to the general activities program at Stevens High School this year, bowling has proven an interesting pastime for the sixty or more girls and boys participating. The season started in mid-October and ran into March. The eight-team Girl'S League used such names as Peppermint Sticks, Spice Drops, Jelly Beans, Canada Mints, Fudge Squares, Chocolate Bits, Lollipops, and Bonbons. The Boy's League of four teams went under the name of Aces,Kings, Jacks, and Deuces. Appropriate prizes were awarded this spring to the champion team and to those holding the season's high average, high single string score, and the high double score. As a climax to the regular matches, a tournament was scheduled to determine the high school bowling champion for 1949-1950. Albert E. Gauthier served as faculty sponsor and director. y h , BACK ROW, Left to Right: Francis Dostilio,CadetTeachergNormanGreen, Roger Currier, Robert Dahms, Ronald Smith, Elaine Blish, Arthur Blake, John Sawyer. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Miss Regina Thornton, Teacher-coordinator, Mary McNamara, Fern Santaw, Rosalene Root, Joan Jerard, Claire Gosselin, Dolores Pertesis, Violet Root, Louisa Thalasinos, Marion Howe. PHE DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB The Distributive Education Club was founded in order to give pupils an opportunity to meet out of class periods and to learn how to conduct meetings. Their main objective is to plan and finance a trip to Boston to study large store organization. Meetings are held during activity periods because students work in the afternoons. Left to Right: Connie Costello, Claire Burrell, Patty Patenaude, Barbara Fontana, Shirley Pullen, Jackie Palmer, Lois Bryant. X THE CHEERLEADERS Resplendent 1H their new uniforms and capably led by Barbara Fontana these girls have done much to keep the vity periods 1H order to perfect old and new cheers Start 1ng early in the year to organize school spirit the girls have led the student body ln various rallies We greatly appreciate the efforts of the girls and are certalnly proud to be able to say they are from Stevens 14 school spirit alive. They have gladly given up their acti- TOA ST 1 - "' S W f I W WN , S N BACK ROW, Left to Right: Clement Garneau, Louis O'Mara, Roger Wilson, Paul Obymako CManagerb, Paul Gonyea, Albert Leahy, John Mercier. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Weston Page CAssistant Coachj, Roy DeV0yd, John Hubbard, John Parker, Robert Dahms, Ralph Lizotte, Alex Shinkevich, John Severens, Clarence Parker CCoachJ. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Melvin Economou, Leonal Baker, Gardner Chase, Peter Kling, Richard Plant fCaptainb, Louis Primmer, John Bourdon, Leon Bresette, Wendell Davis. THE FOOTBALL TEAM Plant, experienc-: quite a,SnccessfaL-season. Out o he nine games listed on the 1 edulej we e-' fit 'I ' T io, 'WiCtOF1u sly includ ing the Ar ' tice D- 1 :.' ' - -rv'g '.. ne ent e season the trad' on evensi, pini-t -wavquite-e'v-ident despite -- sually tough :. le. Many of the boys received minor injuries d ' r the seaso out only one was seriously hurt 1 t of this year's team there are nine lettermen returning n t se..on. Along with the other capable reserves and their fighting spiri we now they will produce a great team ' Stevens 12 Springfield O ' Stevens 0 Concord 19 Stevens 18 Lebanon 6 Stevens O Keene 20 stevens 14 Portsmouth 12 A - -ns 7 Brewster Academy . S - - Laconia . Steve - .- 39 The 1949 Stevens fo-..- team, which was capa. led by Captain Dick NN N au. ' HlillIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIiiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIII', Stevens 12 ' 6 llf p fx' X NX A if ff x f 9' Q ,, Q00 , I4 X XS f W 055 X ' 'f--mx W L saw 'Emu gy KX If f . X pg M QV, PM M, A QQ 4, fav' Q51 ew ff ! 9 ZZ f if 4 5, , QW, X X IN ,M SQ Jfflf 1 Nm AW 7 ff V ' ,f K ' W 1 f , . 7 ! E 9 Gb K ,, K W , f s E H. s illllliiiiiiaa2S553f925lilZifmiifiliiaaiilliiasQsaid E111 S V D A X , 'v ' " ' Q ., . ab f , 4, 5 Yvfw ff ,-f n, ,, Left to Bight: Clarence Parker, Coach, Cedric Hathaway, John Hubbard, Gardner Chase Albert Lawrence, Clement Garneau, Donald Martin, Manager. FRONT ROW Left to Right? Robert Angier, Harry larshall, Carl Steinfield, Philip Kaminsky: Richard Sanderson. ll, Hgh: :Q 'fy 159 mm J! I '-5 THE BASEBALL TEAM or 1949 Last year, supported by the sensational pitching of Phil Kaminsky and Harry Marshall, and the long-ball hitting of Bob Angier, the Red and Black won the New Hampshire State Baseball Championship. The first game of the campaign was with Bellows Falls. Prince Phil hurled a one-hitter to shut them out 11-0. From that day, the 23rd of April until June 4th, the Parkermen never tasted defeat, winning seventeen straight for a new school record. After losing number-eighteen to Keene. the boys got right back on the win trail by defeating Newport 6-1 and continued to the tournament. There, the Parkermen white-washed Newport 14-1 in the semi- final, and, on June 11, the Red and Black came from behind to tumble a cocky Keene team 2-1 in what proved to be one of the best games played in the Twin State Valley all year. This gave the boys a record of twenty wins against one defeat, and gave Coach Parker a great present, the State Championship, on his 25th anniversary as baseball coach. 'Tex' Hubbard '50 Richard lack, 1, 4' Q4 , X N5 Y .1""v gap. 65 K. sf 10-VLVIE' U' 191 QU wmwsc Hqrawdl' . Oeue Y f ' , S - Fm, on nrcx Bnonnrcx - Forward if Q ..:?,,f 00ac 5. Left to Right: Donald Hildreth, Managerg Clement Garneau, Gardner Chase, Jack Bour- don, Jack Parker, Robert Vail, Coach. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Harry Parsons, Richard Broderick, Cedric Hathaway, John Hubbard, Melvin Economou. f on ff ff? sa' . I- - X T fl 31 W1 K lg THE VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM T V A Q The year 1949-50 once more found Stevens High in its rightful XNJ place among Class 'A' teams in the State. Losing some but winning ' more, the team totaled a greater number of wins than in the three , previous years combined. The group worked precisely and well, a smoothly organized machine drilled with precision. Although team work was the match word, each individual player had a right to his 3 own glory. The particular style of characteristic shots during S 2 breathless moments that seemed to be the rule this season, will long be remembered by numerous and devoted Stevens fans. Coach 1 gggflr Vail has had a good year in basketball, successful in winning and, what is more important, in forming and developing in the youth of Stevens the desirable traits and habits to be gained from partici- pation in athletics. Left to Right: Theodore Rouillard, Manager, Albert Leahy, Managerg Richard Brown, ohn Jamroz, e , Fred King, Ronald Belair, John Goodrich, Roger Wilson, Robert Vai , Coach, Weston Page, Coach. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Charles Leahy, Robert-Simpson, Richard Guilmette, Frederick Dansereau, gawrence Whipple, Otis Wentzell, Richard Whitney. Vw! QNX ggggkmkg i :ig ff' 5 , " 1.XgLq ' XX .k-' W A M THE BOYS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM The squad was made up mostly of Sophomores and Juniors, and it is hoped that the experience gained by these boys will enable them to fill the shoes of the graduation riddled varsity next year. A unique feature of Mr. Vail's program was the establishment of an interscholastic Junior High squad. Two teams, one of seventh and eighth graders, and a Freshman team played a regular schedule against teams from nearby towns. Their record was excellent. They won better than 752 of their games. Richard Sanderson coached these teams and did a great job in developing the ability of these younger boys. Without doubt, we will be seeing many of this group wearing the Steven's Red and Black in the near future. l BACK ROW, Left to Right: John Hibbard fCoachJ, William McLaughlin, Russell Baldwin, Charles Hutcheon, Peter Kling, Robert Dahms Qmanagery, Cleve Thibeault, David Penniman, William Bat- chelder, Chester Heath, John Severens, Ernest Smith. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Arthur LeClair, Louis Primmer, Donald Gerard, Donald Gaudreau, Norman Wakeman, Robert Schneider, John Goodrich, Leon Bressette, Arthur Brown. THE SKI TEAM About twenty boys from all four classes in Stevens reported to Coach Hibbard for their ski assignments. The ski team was also given instruc- tions on the proper way to care for skis and ski boots. This year the squad had the good fortune to have among their number some former lettermen. They are Captain Bill McLaughlin, Bob Dahms, Russ Baldwin, and Pete Kling. Coach Hibbard is plann- to develop some jumpers and a few cross-country men. These are the phases of skiing on which the team fell down last year. The team was managed by Bob Dahms, and Donald Gaudreau was his assistant. The team had the good fortune to be coached by Mr. Hibbard, a very fine skier, who skied four years in high school and three years on the Varsity at the University of New Hampshire. wif f I ywvcaggfas, Q -1 STANDING, Left to Right: George Disnard CCoachD, Frederick Dansereau, Harry Parsons, Homer Hamlin, Russell Currier, Robert Hansen, Cedric Hathaway, Richard Guilmette, Leonard Buswell, Richard Brodrick. SITTING, Left to Right: Robert Simpson, Donald Hildreth, Denny Verboncoeur, Conrad Martell, John Jamroz, William George, Richard Zerba, Joseph Marro. CMISSING WHEN PICTURE WAS TAKEN: Robert Densmore, Manageryf One of the important minor sports at Stevens is the cross-country 5 team. The boys who m ke up the team are unsung heroes, and they deserve much credit for their contribution to the extra-curricular life of the school. This year, under the coaching of Mr. George Disnard, the boys - were entered in three meets, one of which they won. In all three meets ' Stevens placed first. Most of the boys out for cross-country were train- ing for the approaching basketball season, and it is safe to say that much of the success of this year's basketball team was due to cross- country training as three of the starting basketball five were cross- country men. THE CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM , 615, THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Patricia Smith, Hilda Converse, Beverly Favreau, Sylvia Chapman, Leona Bugbee, Phyllis Lord, Marion Plant, Jean Primmer, Grace McKenzie, Betsy Severens, Janet Chamberlain, Beverly Jacobs, Jean L'Heureux, Phyllis Stein- field. SECOND ROW: Harriet Page fCoach7, Jean Goodrich, Marilyn Wheeler, Janet Fecteau, Carol Longbottom, Phyllis Graves, Lorraine Champagne, Barbara Angus, Betty Jean Freem n. FIRST ROW: Evelyn Mayotte, Mary Mayotte, Sally Townsend, Joan Whitney, Janice Egbert, Janet Bartlett, Joyce Longbottom, Geraldine Kittredge. THE HOCKEY TEAM Although the girls did not win any of their games this year, they certainly showed excellent spirit in playing. The team traveled to New- port and would have gone to HBDOVGT if weather had permitted. There will be quite a number returning next year to make up a strong Varsity Team. The Junior Varsity played four games and were victorious over one of their opponents. L.W. Barbara Angus L.H. Gerry Kittredge L.I. Mary Mayotte L.F. Jan Egbert C. Sally Townsend C.H. Joyce Longbottom R.I. Phyllis Graves R.F. Janet Bartlett R.W. Joan Whitney R.H. Carol Longbottom Goalie, Lorraine Champagne Il Left to Right: Mary Gary, Coachg Sally Townsend, Marilyn Wheeler, Joan Whitney. Jane Wojceshonek. Janice Egbert, Kathryn Reynolds, Geraldine Kittredge, Betty Jean Free- man, Assistant Managerg Jean Goodrich, Manager. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Joyce Dearborn, Barbara Angus, Shirley Pullen, Captaing Frances Szyman, Lucy Dodge. 'U' fe! 2 WE THE GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM "" ,F .,. lv p The varsity girls have had a very successful season this year. Long hours of practice have improved their skill since the season opened. The team is composed of Juniors and Seniors. This year they have journeyed to Lebanon, Bellow Falls, Newport, and Hartford, and eight games composed their schedule. New rulings include: Continuous dribbling of the ball and taking the ball out-of-bounds after shooting 8 foul Shot- ,N 'Q-?V'.i'gii' ' a 1 - lafwniaifwm' 5i2gQ?i5:drgfffwhfo sxffffrff Az Wm ' was fsiige WE" ,Q is fag' I 5. ti lk: 3518 , f -- S .9 v w 5 . . 11.f-1- -hi ,., ,av - xl, , ., , .. M., A X ,W 'f ,fn .J I 'Vw r,f6'Vt ,ad ,gist ,,V. ,., ,,,h, 2 ,Jj, ,.. , T'+f?T2i, ef l. 'J -3:1 F omit 1.r-Lwg f1,wwn,s?WMwv:wwwa 'm-' ' ,mf X 41 ' 8 V. 15' 'fy NP QLQ M. 'v2.'.Q4'Sf'.f':13Lfff-'L 45' " 5-af! ' f fmt" Q- 'V ' " ' V Y' J7'ffFi2sfYi fig 'Vi 'L f' T P175 zf if lf- ,- Sf i' "i -'4wi' ?S1 1' w X 5 , 'N ?F55Q?Q3'S"5HQwf'fi?W '?g5mg KI? "' H zlq" 4 'A I , I f-1 '35 V e w -P 2-f .. . , ::1,., I 1 " .nl .M-,..,,o A inf?-LW- e'nfliA-asa, , ... ,. M'v: gan, ,VJ ,IM 3:1 rl. ...F .. . .e...,.., 5 W:g,.Lb: ., LAW-s.,:g:',e ,..- .mu .,, . , ,..,. HGIDRY T0 STEVENSH Glory to Stevens, Loyal we sing.4 Now all together, Make the echoes ring for Stevens, Our Team's a Winnerg We've got the stuff. We wear the Stevens' Red And that ' s enough. Left to Right: Mary Gary,Coachg Grace McKenzie, Sylvia Chapman, Pauline Gouin, Janet Couture, Jean Valliere, Joan L'Heureux, Janet Fecteau. FRONT ROW, Left to Right Jane Hird, Beverly Favreau, Lorraine Champagne, Captaing Linda Nolin, Lucinda Nolin IIIIU Q I, THE GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM The Junior Varsity team is composed of Freshmen and Sophomores. Even though they haven't won all their games, they have had a successful season. These girls show excellent possibilities for future Varsity teams. This year there have been some new rulings. In previous years girls have been allowed to double dribbleg now unlimited dribbles are allowed. After shooting a foul shot, the ball is taken out-of-bounds - these changes add to the excitement of the game. L In I iS, l A. Q A. J. Hutcheon, Inc. A. 'Eddie' Belanger A Friend Agel-Colman A. L. Cushion Insurance Agency Alden E. Sawyer, Jeweler and Watchmaker Alma's Fur Shop American Legion Post 29 American Plate Glass Co. Anderson Q Pedersen, Contractors Arel Bros. Upholstery Co. Art Dion's Market Balfour Ring Company Banister's Studio Benoit Motors Ben's Red and White Store Berkeley Stores, Inc. Bill's Appliance Service Bil1's Corner Market Bing's Radio and Electrical Service Blain Motors Blewitt's Service Station Blondin Funeral Home Boardway and Cowles Bonneau Record and Radio Shop Bonnie Beauty Salon Bourdon's New Haven Mattress Mfg. Co. B. R. Lewin, M.D. Brodeur's Washer Service Buckley, Zopf, Q Hamlin Buena Vista Dairy Bar Bush Music Studio Business and Professional Women's Club Canton Restaurant Carroll Cut Rate C. E. Densmore Q Son Central Vermont Public Service Corp. Charlie's Y-D Service Station Checkerboard Feed Store CIO City Fish Market Claremont Army and Navy Store Claremont Auto and Body shop Claremont Cleansers 8 Dyers Claremont Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. Claremont Finance Corporation Claremont Fire Department Claremont Furniture Co. Claremont Gas and Light Claremont Mill End Store Claremont Motor Company Claremont National Bank Claremont N. H., Lodge B. P. O. Elks Claremont Paper Corporation Claremont Pharmacy Claremont Police Department Claremont Savings Bank Claremont Steam Laundry Claremont Super Market Claremont Waste Mfg. Co. Class of '51 Class of '52 Class of '53 Colin A. Maclver, D.D.S. Colonial Hotel Compliments, Morris A. Gellis Currier Electric Shop D'Amante's Fruit Store Daniel's Toggery Shop SPONSORS Dansereau's Service Station Dan's Shoe Service Dave's Garage David Heller Company Davis and Symonds Lumber Co. Dion Bros. Domenic's Fruit Store Don's Market Dr. Carl M. Stearns Dr. Charles F. Keeley Dr. Deane A. Hilliard Dr. F. C. Parmenter Dr. F. K. Phillips Dr. Herman Rice, Optometrist Dr. Irving Crandall, Class of '17 Dr. Joseph Esersky Dr. Landry Dr. Porter O. Dexter, Optometrist Dr. R. A. Connor Dr. Ray K. Hodgkins Dr. Russell Dr. Pauline Spear Dr. W. F. Stuart Dr. William Ferriter D. W. Cushion Insurance Agency E. C. Peterson Trucking Co. Emerson's Jenney Service Station Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company Esersky's Hardware Q Plumbing Supplies Estey's Window Cleaning Service Farmers' Cooperative Farmers Coop. Association, Freeze Locker Fashion Shop First National Stores F. H. Nolin, M.D. Foster Beef Company Fred Allen Jeweler F. W. Wadleigh and Co. F. W. Woolworth Company G. B. Wood Co. Gene's Super Market George E. Matthews 8 Son Glamour Shop, Formerly Maternity Dress Shop Open June, 1950, 12 Sullivan St Godek's Confectionery, Soda Fountain Service Goyette Appliances Graham Motor Co., Inc. Green Meadows Lunch Greenwood's Atlantic Station Hadley 8 Son Lumber Co. Harry's Shoe Barn H. D. Harris Co. Helie's Market Basket Henry W. McCusker High Bridge Restaurant Hodge Radio Shop - Airport Hoopers Flowers Hornick's Jewelry and Gift Hotel Moody Houde's Barber Shop Houghton Q Simonds Howe Motor Co. Ideal Laundry and Dry Cleaning International Shoe Co. Irwin Motors Jake's Dinette James J- Burns J. E. Bolt J. H. Kiniry, Hardware and Paint Jim's Barber shop - Ken - Prop. J. J. Newberry Co., Inc. Jones Bros. Jones Food Shop Joy anufacturing Company J. P. Goddard Bakery Co. Keating Insurance Incorporated Kimball's Ladeau's Furniture Shop Lambert Oil Co. Lambert's Cycle Shop Latchis Theatre Leahy a Denault, Lawyers Lena's Variety Store Lorraine's Beauty Shoppe Loyal Order of Moose Mackintosh, Inc., Insurance Mack's Service Station Magnet Theater Marshall's Market McBride Car Q Home Supply Merit Clothing Co. M. H. Fishman Co. Michaud's Bowling Alley Minnion's Cleaning and Shirt Laundry Mountain View Market Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bass Mr. and Mrs. G. Gardner MacLeay, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Thompson Mr. F. L. Trafton Maraszko's Market National Cash Register 0. H. Lewis Company, Inc. 0sgood's Pharmacy Parisian Dry Cleaners Paul's Shoe Store P. D. Estabrook D. C. Phil's Esso Service Station Pleasant Restaurant Powers Shoe Co., Inc. P. Q M. Service Station, 182 Main St. Quimby U Quimby Rand, Ball, and King Co. Rand's News Depot Roger's Motor Co. Rose Lewis' Beauty Shop Rosi's Bowling Alley Rowe-Genereaux, Inc. R. W. Fitch 8 Son, Contracting and Building Sadie's Snack Shop Sammon's Taxi Sam's Shell Station Sawchik's Market Schneider's Bottling Works Schnyer's Autogody Shop Sears Roebuck a Co. Sheehans Restaurant Sheriff James F. McCusker Sig's Restaurant Simms Motor Co. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Skil1's Barber Shoppe Smith Auto Sales Co., Inc. Smith's Studio S. M R. Richfield Station Standard Automotive Co. Stanley J. Kuk, M.D. Star Cafe Stephen A. Doody Steven's Drug Store Stevens Greenhouses Student Council Sweeney's, Inc. The Caroline Stoughton Bookshop The Corner Book Shop The Cross and Currier Co. The Gown Shop The Magwood Clothing Co. The Men's Shop The Music Box The Queen Shop The Stoughtons Trudeau Sisters Tri-Hi-Y Tumble In Diner Twinval Service Station Va11iere's Pharmacy - Your Rexal Veteran's Cleaners Wainshal - Hurwitz Furniture Co. Warren Kay Vantine Studio, Inc. Washington St. Motors, Inc. Wayside Store Wee Hoose Western Auto Associate Store W. H. Burbee, Inc. White Eagle Market Winner Hotel W. J. Fluette Wm. R. White - Insurance Agency Women's Republican Club Women's Shopg C. S. Warren WTSV OUR NEWPORT SPONSORS Edith's Sweater and Yarn Shop Newport Dairy. Inc. V. C. Delaney and Sons, Builders l Store The Class of 1950 wishes to express appreciation to our Sponsors from Clare- mont and Newport whose generosity and cooperation have made possible this issue of our Stevens High School year- book, "The Red and Black. " 4 , U ' J I 1 , ., 1,51 ., My .i q.11,f .. 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