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

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From i87l, when twelve students graduated from this institution, to the present, a skilled faculty has guided the young people of this city and the surrounding communities in this pattern for life. In all fields of endeavor and in all phases of student life, the moral, the mental, the physical ,obligations of the citizens of tomorrow have been taught. The high standards of excellence requir- ed in the classroom, the acute precision of the musical groups, the perfection of the athletic teams, and the general demeanor of the student body at all times have set a standard to be followed by all graduates, past present, and future. In the halls of our building live the ideals of the Stevens student, ideals that instill in him the qualifications of a voter, a leader, and an American. In the pages of this yearbook are portrayed the factors that have produced those ideals and that have made the alumni of Stevens High School proud of their training in a good pattern of life. p f 7 Edward Hill, Assistant-Editor Sdeaazagfcylscloalwaa c2elX6f,'cZ A PATTERN FOR LIFE The carefree days of play and few responsibilities are now over for the Class of i955. Although we may not have realized it, the past four years of high school have been richest in our lives. Under the guidance of our teachers, our work has been shaped into a definite design-a pattern for life. We have been taught the proper way to do things, the difference between right and wrong, we have had certain duties and responsibilities, but we have also had privileges. Our entire education has been a preparation for the problems of manhood and womanhood we face upon graduation. The uncertainty of the future creates a need for a discipline and a background that will en- able us to lead rich and full lives. No matter what the field that we wish to enter may be, we shall have been well-prepared. The pattern of our life has been divided into three parts, moral, mental, and physical. Our moral education in high school as well as in the home has prepared us for our future obligations. Wren we are old enough to vote, the proper knowledge of the correct procedure and our ability to vote for persons of character may greatly benefit our town, our state, or our country. We shall be able to apply our initiative to the best advantage by raising the standards of our home, school, or community. We have gained experience by electing our class officers to preside throughout the school year. The student council and assembly committee were chosen to promote the wel- fare of the student body and faculty. As an example of integrity and high standards, the honor society was initiated. Under the careful guidance of our teachers, the organizations have functioned smoothly and benefited the entire school. When the time came to consider our future vocations, the devoted staff again offered a guiding hand and gave us valuable information. The success of our future depends upon our past experience. We should be able to live a life of satisfaction and contentment because of the great moral influence our school has extended. The duty of the teachers is to also develop the mental habits of today's youth who will be the citizens of tomorrow. The time we have spent in classrooms was devoted to develop our thinking, our knowledge of facts, and interpretation of various ideas. Through the musical organizations, a love of the beauty of art was nourished. The discipline of rehearsals, the practice for perfection, and the enlargement of our musical knowledge opened the way for talent and release for 744 smemm "7Zo ' an we the mind in abstractions. Working together to create a picture or story in music resulted in a feeling of satisfaction that each had contributed a part of the whole. In dramatics we expressed our feelings and ideas and portrayed our fellow humans. The school library became a source of information and pleasure. From the various books we learned of people from other lands, of new ideas and inventions, and some- thing of the complicated world that adults must con- tend with. The school paper was an opening for our ability to write and for the need to share our thoughts. The opportunity to work and to train for business was offered us. Here we learned how to attain security and how to be thrifty. The big climax of our social events was the Junior Prom where our conduct and garciousness were complimented. Thoughts of our future role in the world were crystallized by a career day and our participation in the city government. Through careful preparation and experience shall we be able to trace our pattern of life to perfection. The physical aspect of school was the basis of our loyalty to our teammates and to the school. Training and self-discipline for sports coordinated our minds and bodies. We were taught to lose gracefully and to win graciously. We learned to respect our opponents I and to play hard but fair. The rules of the game made for a good contest that required sagacity and teamplay to construct a solid moving unit. The various sports gave us a chance to condition our minds and bodies and yet relax them from a tedious routine. The physical education we received has a very definite part in our pattern for life. Thus, throughout our days of high school, our life's pattern has been gradually cut. We will no longer have the protecting walls of Stevens or the companions of our youth to surround us. Each will go his own way with a memory of the past four years in his heart. The crowds at the football games, the class discussions, the dances and parties, and the commencement exercises will become a faded picture only to be brightened in occasional retrospect. The background of our school days will be with us in whatever we do wherever we go. Because of the teachings and guidance of a devoted staff and the spirit of a wonderful school, we shall face the future with confidence. Under the will of God, we are now ready to assemble the material cut from our pattern into the finished product of our life y Lj 770. Sdgwz Z. Jud, 79' ,ma4,ma'ww,4' ' :om and Zahn TO THE CLASS OF 1955: I wish to congratulate you on the production of this fine year- book. lt is the result ot cooperation between your chosen staff and the teachers under vvhose guidance they have vvorlced, the finished product representing long hours and many decisions. Lite is largely a series ot decisions. The decisions ot childhood are simple ones, but, as we mature, they become more serious. All are important in our everyday lives, therefore vve need to acquire the ability to make them tor our own good and the vveltare ot others. I earnestly hope that you ot the Class of 1955 have been assisted in this vital task by your education in order that you may be capable ot wise decisions throughout your lifetimes. May you readi- ly recognize right from wrong and choose the former, may you select an interesting and usetul vocation, and may you have the strength and health to enioy lite to its fullest. Thus your personal pattern tor lite will tit into this world and help to improve it. May God guide you to decide upon and to develop the very best pattern for each ot you. Sincerely yours, Qefm Edgar L. Lord 6 yu X WZ fff A lected 7a Duty gg 'Mech Fee-za THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary, A. Schneider, Treasurer, E. Hilliard, President, A. Clark: and Vice-Presie dent, S. Zemianek conduct a leisurely discussion of class affairs. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-President, L. Hird Treasurer, J. Ufford, President, M. Weiner, and Secretary F. Beck enioy a moment of respile in the fall sunshine. 8 aZwze77Zofz4l0 -7470136 I THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President, J. Boldosorog Treasurer, W. Smith, Secretory, K. Moclverp ond Vice-President, J. CIork plan class ocfivifies in The schooI office. THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer, R. Denculfp President, E. I-IIII, Vice-President, A. Dionne, cmd Secretory, A. Belden smile over cz humorous closs incident. 9 70S6fl406 514mp!e0f77ZofaaZf-fndduz ml XW-f uumoum. Hein socinv X 'I s 4 l 1 Vi? THE HONOR SOCIETY: lvl. LoFountoine, F. Hort, P. Gauthier, R, Story, E. Simoneou, cmd E. Hill examine the coveted trophy won by the trcick teom. "On my honor, os o member ot the Notionol Honor Society, I will do my best to represent the tour ideols ot the orgonizotion -Chorocter, Scholarship, Leoclership, ond Service. I will be tciir ond squore in my cleolings with teochers oncl fellow students I will remember thot the primory purpose ot school is getting on eclucotion. I will use whot power ot Iegclership I hove to- word molcing Stevens High g better school. I will serve my school without thought ot persoriol glory." 10 74 1-incl 7a Oleg Que! .Jawa V The purpose of This organizaTion shall be: V l. To provide uniTy and cooperaTion of pupils and Teachers in The exTra-curricular acTiviTies of The school. A A 2. To develop The spiriT, ideals, and pracTice OT good ciTizenship Q I in The school. 3. To promoTe The general welfare of STevens High School and To uphold iTs good name and repuTaTion. 4. To assisT in The aTTempT To make high sTandards of scholar- ship popular in STevens High School. 5. To help boosT school spiriT and morale Tor school acTiviTies. W,,..c"V THE STUDENT COUNCIL: W. Gray, Adviser, W. SmiTh, B. Brock, C. Talloerf, J. Breton, M. Thompson, M LaFounTain, M. ZoTTo, E. Hilliard, A. Bailey, B. Kirn, C. Dole, L. Currier, H. Parker, C. Klemenfowicz making plans for The annual meeTing of The STudenT Council League of The Connecficuf Valley. i..1i. . 11 '70 Zane Ama ag same ,-4.14 ' ,' THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE is composed of outstanding seniors whose duty it is to prepare interesting and worth-while assemblies which are held weekly on Tuesdays: L. White, F. Hart, B. Gellis, D. Czeclriowicz, B. Ainsworth, B. Tucker, R. Denault, J. McLaughlin, J. Tucker, seated, E. Simoneau, S. Sirois, J. Nahil, J. Macky, M. Jacobson. THE STEVENS CONCERT BAND, iustly renowned for the mastery of its renderings, is a favorite feature ot student assemblies. 7414x494 'Me 'Ecu 74: ' 14nd Duma, THE STEVENS A CAPPELLA CHOIR composed of near- ly eighty voices is a popular activity in the school. its appearance at school assemblies is an event eagerly anticipated. STEVENS IS PROUD of the excellent equipment of all its musical gioups. Every effort is constantly made to keep students interested in the values that music has to offer. 13 75e 05 DW 14 ' GUIDANCE, ADVICE, ENCOURAGEIVIENT are freely given In all courses at Stevens. Instructor L. Aldrich coaches B. Beebe through a complicated problem. fc S .Q THEORY AS WELL AS PRACTICE remains a strict necessity in all courses. Mechanical drawing as part of metal working ab- sorbs the interest of K. Ainsworth. THE FINISHED PRODUCT receives an appraising examination from student D. Pilot in one of the two excellent woodworking shops at Stevens. lu MN 7 Q iw w 74 74602016745 4 fn I' A fine spirit of cooperation exists between the members ot the English Department. Mrs. Ruth Littlep University ot New Hampshire B.A.g English, Wayne Grayp Peabody Teachers Col- lege M.A.g English and assistant-principal, Andrew Souleg Uni- versity of Vermont M.Ed, English: Mrs. June Buckof University of New Hampshire B.A.y English, The use of visual aids is widely practiced at Stevens. Willard Rollinsg University of New Hampshire B.S.p Algebra l and 25 Joseph Littletieldg Keene Teachers College B.Ed.g Driver Education. 'Me D The Stevens High School Library is a constant source of help to students and faculty alike. Miss Leona Tremblyp Simmons LS., Librarian, and John Siderisg University of New Hampshire M.Ed., Social Studies. The spirit ot helpfulness common to all Stevens teachers is demonstrated by Leonard Aldrich, Keene Teachers College B.Ed., Machine Shop, to student, Roy Atwood. 0f70d4QaZ0l4Mf40!d7 Z " ,' COOPERATION lN SOLVING A COMMON PROBLEM: Walter Miner, Keene Teachers College, B. Ed., and Rene Thomas, Fitch- burg State Teachers College, M. Ed., both are Woodworking teachers. THE MYSTERIES OF LIFE are explained by Biology teacher, John Hibbard, University of New Hampshire, B.A.4 Ski coach. HELP AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ARE GIVEN to typing students by Mrs. Alice Schriber, Malden Commercial College, teacher of Typewriting and Office Practice, Guidance, Juniors. CORRECT DlSPLAY ADVERTISING demonstrated by Distributive Education teacher, Paul Nunn, Keene Teachers College, B. Ed. 74efhDatq-7o?o4Zefaz4 U' ' , EVEN TEACHERS DO RELAX IN QDD MOMENTS. Joseph Maiola, Ithaca College, B. S., University of Vermont, World History and Gen- eral Business Training, Junior Varsity Football Coach, and Mitchell Spiris, Northwestern University, M. A., Bookkeeping, Economics, Commercial Law, Typewriting, Varsity Basketball Coach. WORK, NOT UNMlXED WITH PLEASURE. Senior English, a course sometimes dreaded, often enioyed. Normand C. Paquette, Mid- dlebury, A. M., "The Red and Black", the Senior Play. Q , fyx' FX Q, MANY CADETS TRAIN' AT STEVENS. Alma Sellars, Plymouth Teachers College, Lore- beth Barry, Keene Teachers College, and Ronald Holden, Plymouth Teachers College. ,ge ,,1,T.,'f'f5', gkzukar..-4 . ' If -' z-1,-2 f'f'if.'fv Yfrfivyfs - A, ,,f.,..f.,mMu4z . , 2: ' ,, .gig fi, eff: V, , .f ff 49,75 ,QQ ff , 1, X: .2-:?zeQ':fi5G?w A PLEASANT SMILE AND A CHEERFUL ATMOSPHERE. Willey, Middlebury A. B., Latin, Guidance, Freshmen, Miss Irma 18 0f?4ct4,0f7' ,0f7dled!47u.4' THE BULLETIN BOARD IS CHECKED FOR IMPORTANT NEWS BY Miss Lucia Kibby, Bouve-Boston School of Physical Education, B. S. Ed., Girls' Physical Education, Coach Girls' Sports, Miss Mabel John- son, University ot New Hampshire, B. S., Home Economics, Guidance, Sophomores, and Miss Marilyn Loomis, University of New Hampshire, B. S., Home Economics. NEIGHBORS ON THE UPPER FLOOR. Miss Aletha Childs, Bucknell University, A. M., Mathematics, and Albert Gauthier, Middle- bury, A. M., French. A HUSBAND AND WIFE TEAM. Charles L. Manos, Keene Teachers College, B. Ed., Bentley School of Accounting and Finance, United States History, Assembly Committee Adviser, Freshman Basketball Coach, and Mrs, Elizabeth Manos, Keene Teachers Col- lege, B. Ed., English, Dramatic Club. AN OFFICE "BULL SESSION," Mrs. Dorothy Kuzmich, secretary to the principal, Clarence Parker, Dubuque University, Head of Physical Education for Boys, Varsity Football Coach, Edgar L. Lord, Principal A. M. Middlebury, and Walter Paskevich, Syracuse University B. Mus., Musical Director. 19 V4- .5 V i ff 1' pl? ' 1. N04 , 5:- raw f v H rss X X xi 1,5 RQW I f- Bi 35. l-I : -Tvf' -. .N. A. 'warm if "7 ! in J si fa 1 yy- . Q51 N . bf' 1. . ' 746 D ' Of 24qt4m 74a 7 7oz 7aae, ll Q25 2 2 E AQ.v 'vi i - 'A ga t 4, t f E " ' or g - ' t aff, l ' IVA ing' ,J , in L 'ff 34' ' f L 2 ,,ff4!"Cf' .,,?f215 t I 7752 ,T ' 'v 4-!,fz.,f-1 71.1 ' ,A LQl,?hi,, 4 4 ,X M ae .4 if 45 J I X fwwlifxirtif fn ., 7. 'Nr r , X f . f 4 ilu' . 4 nf Q THE STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND rs the best known of the musncal orgamzcmons A1 all football games, at many basketball games an cuvuc parades and as a concert band tt entertains the students of Stevens and the citfzens of Claremont 'Me '7 004 gaudy 74: 14 .lane 701: 1445, THE COLOR GUARD AND THE MAJORETTES are colorful adiuncts of the Stevens Band. Their clever maneuvers carried out to the accompaniment ot the Bond music have thrilled many loyal supporters during football intermissions. 23 uf L 70 9 V4 ff, 4ff,,,L i 2, 425 4 f ff-,, if, Z5 0 0 4 Z1 'f if K 5 L '-Z . Q. j as 746 2 21 '70 746 0,4 am ff: , W5 n I THE POPULAR ATTRACTION of The choir is evidenced by the great number of students who try out annualiy. A letter won from a musical organization is a prized possession eagerly sought. 25 Manda ffftl, ffaoliefza' - 74624 Uae 0fDfzama 4. HCRACKED ICE"-a scene from the Hrst one act play of the 1954-55 season is enacted by J. Tucker, J Blish, V. Moreau, R. Gates, B. Kehoe and D. Fletcher to members of the Dramatic Club. "HOW TO PROPOSEH-contest play in New Hampshire State Drama Festival-J. Nahil fvoted best actressl J. McLaughlin and R. Beland. 'W t fn .1 I X Xa 91' A 'U 26 Vw 70401 70 fit' patlivuz 7oz TRYOUT5 ARE EAGERLY WATCHED by Dramatic Club members as J, Nahil, J. Fenott, C. Carpenter lseatedl and B. Tucker, P. Gauthier and R, Smith compete for coveted roles under the guidance ot faculty adviser, Elizabeth Manos. "GlLDlNG THE LILY"-D. Fletcher, J. Blish, B. Kehoe, R. Gates watch with amusement and inter- est as Mrs. Manos applies tinal make-up touches to V. Moreau. fs.. :QA-iv ' 74: Deanna 216:94 ' A TENSE MOMENT IN "HARVEY" with H. Jones, J. Pierce, P. Parker, and M. McLaughlin. 'iflffli THE HILARIOUS STORY OF THE OMNIPRESENT RABBIT was ably enacted by members of the class of 1955 with Halford Jones in the lead role f' ' John Pierce and Peter Parker as attendants. 28 5' 1 - - - x ll . -v. - 'Q ' 1 ' . 'v, X Hx .ifalftffffwk '7Qt'4l fg3f ' 4 2 :61 We A 'Me 7a '7 , 74 ?e!Zaw Wammw BEMUSED, H. Jones examines The enigmofic portrait of "Hcirvey." " 'A - 91- ' Wray' '-ffti fvvxx 1 itX?'i.7,fLx-li" twnf 'Fil -"x'3'1f4'Akv' -L 's wma f ' A ."M"'2'Y V , Q RQ:Q.'54,h 'YQ 5 ' "7!'l1!'l Q, x Q HORRIFIED AND PUZZLED AMAZEMENT is expressed by G. Klems ond D. Ryon os The plof continues fo grow more involved in "Hc1rvey." I 29 740 2046 Off 7fzee puede Va ,4?fzee Soccktq X FIVE TIMES YEARLY THE "VOICE OF STEVENS" is pUI3IisheCI by these. capable students. SEATED: J. Nohil, D. Czechowicz, H. Murphy, C, Jarvis, S. Blcisdelg STANDING: J. Tucker, B, Wakeman, B. Ellison, C. Croft, A. Dionne, L. Jones, J. McLaughlin, J. Sieinfield, B. Ainsworth, M. Kehoe, G. Lovering, S. Winer. f' fkl U 30 f-frm an em ffvwf 744 vwm vm ASSISTING MISS TREMBLAY in her daily routine are these Junior Librarians. To them are entrusted such things as tiling books, repairing them, and keeping them clean. Theirs is o task rewarded only in self satisfaction and enjoyment. Shown around Miss Tremblay are: A. Provencher, M. Cooney, F. LeMere, G. Gill, C. Morin, S. Maranville, S. Kirn, B. Brock, L. Dudley. 31 700,247 74:2 ' fgltd THE PROPER TABLE SETTING for the Thanksgiving festivities is demonstrated by Distributive Education stu dent G. Rouillord to B. Pockett, C. LoiseIIe, B. Ainsworth and R. Eaton. EFFECTIVE SALES TECHNIQUES presented by D. Porrellci to B. Mower, J. MorteII, S. Preve cmd iboysl W. Lewis, D. Perkins, K. Wilson, M. Anderson and isecltedj R. Beebe and L. Currier. ,fpzcrz 32 1 7oa7Ucbe up ' '74s 46 THE BANK TELLERS are responsible for the weekly banking period conducted in the homerooms. Last year nearly seventy thousand dollars was banked by students in the Claremont Public Schools. W. Drake, R. Sumner, R. Owen, C. Harrigan, C. Dole, I, Barton, seated, J. Bennett, M. Dearborn, C. Marro, E. Densmore, G. Ferguson, K. Fontaine, E. Hilliard, A. Storer, W. Merrill, D, Batchelder, R. Strout, front row, M. J. Mackie, Burke, J. Stearns, J. Griswold, J. Story, D. Millar, P. Ross, F. Drake, J. Colburn, S. Marsden, foreground, S. MacBain. f .,', ,',. . ,,,' , ,g . 3 , . 1 . I .J .. . wxefsf:..31.1,'.pwfmf.amrfw s f - . -f , 0 F-1 f V J, f I . tirrs E J f 3 s"st .. , J t,,.,,,M,, - . .t . J - iv ..', t ywhmmhwub 1 F45-5:NC5' f f...1 'DVI' 2 QQ I . .. . . ' ' ' . I f f, V . . . , 1 .... , . ,,.. . .... ,, n ' . - Vg' ,Q !,,!.,!? I LG, 4 VV ,L X .I r,.,V ,. ,. .L I-I V,.L . - ----+--- I. J! 1 . J . E J 1 Q,H,!,,r .,,:.V. V lfly fly, V,,, . . ,,, .I k K cr kr,. . N ,K 4,4 f '- f , ff J f' K I " ' r I f ,-f't+f2v-f y, wzi4:f.f'f,Qf fsfifig V . f, ,V I- I X, V. I In f,,. , , .lr , I 4 5,,.4f,,1,,:,f,z+.1,yi, V-5 f ,ggv- +'.f Jig, ,W if it . ., W . 1 J . F r.slt.. J 2f.vffff3+ J f 4 f ' 1 Q J 27+ 4 . . A . - . . , r ir . f.1.,?.. . 351-,A , ,. . I , . ,,,, . ,,.,,, ,l . ., . e ' ' " ,Q 52305 ,. ' , Nev Zn f J ' ' M12 .pn J ' 77 ' ef' wi: '- 'ff sg W -f Qi .razafv I My Signature . - J Please open a savings o um for me. I agree to the rules of the Sc 4: vs 1' r-:N r .55 1 f SC HOOL SAVI N GS WITHDRAWAL RECEIPT 'f " TO BE SIGNED AT THE BANK X :fig "ay: I ' - Date - ll, . L5 7 Account No. S I School.2K -.-Cm M W on M M-, 33 146441444 '7 - 746 7 Uf Om gfamed, lK,innn9",'gg1L ff' 4 ' YN Psdoms 6 3- - . Yxtxnxy 50 ECOBONKCS A swodxw N36 ,m yxorfie B- Nu ef mo N45 'gmp swims Shoxexe Ve' X Yl- H -XX comp he ww I if M09 J. Williams explains To B. Brooks, J. Penniman, F. LeMere, and B, Jarvis that the oven must not be Tao hot To bake evenly. ov' Q G. Richmond demonstrates how to add The proper seasoning To a special recipe to B. Wakeman, J. Fenoi?, S. Mack, and V. Moreau. 'USB if LQ. s. we 7 ag ID S mf S ' Hour s of men, Cqref. M. Thompson, J. Robinson, M. Chapman, A. O'Haire, and C. Us Sflown Z! sfffCf71,n MacDonald agree with M. Jacobson that an attractive center- y-f. C0169 ore ne piece will make the table more inviting. Urn ond T5-9Ory fo - Bfon r 0 W C-,7Or 60777 of UO' S 9C'r. 1 N A 71 nh 'F i ' ' 53193 Mabel Johnson explains to B. Simpson, A. Belden, J. Nahil, R. Larcom, and G. Gill how the Home Economics girls may apply for a scholarship. 74eD' ' 0,4 zamvaese Mvaeamw., 1!! The annual shop exhibit is held in the gym- nasium each May. R. Barton completes the assembling of his bookcase in preparation for the exhibit. R. DeCamp selects a new piece of lumber to start his woodworking proiect. 36 ASM ag Dude Av.. 2 G. Chicoine uses The drill press To sand a leg for his coffee fable. Here are several of The finished proiecfs ready for review in the exhibit. ,4 37 Another Hnished product is This modern cof fee Table patterned after a cobbler's bench ' A :AQ-'T A X Rm J Num , 'wr X jim, ' 'I' A 5 I Q Ti. nw.. AS mug 'f THE GRAND FINALE OF THE GRAND MARCH. The Junior Prom is the mos? important of the social events of the year the class of T955 sponsored an activity long 'ro be remembered 74:4 744: Fawn, Og enum 704 14 and A QUEEN IS CROWNED SURROUNDED BY HER COURT: R. Beland M McLaughlin V Moreau E Slmoneau M Dumonfler S Sirols D Morrison and S Jones. s f V t Xutlmrumd Slfutpkure fo, and me WITH vl 744: We mee Wee Direct Proxewm - wm-1 Pom not ufmwc v.. ,V1.,.,,1,,.,, ,,...4,.,f,,,,, .4 ,,,,,, N, .rim W X-we ,W ,,,,,1.W.f,4Mf Sanitation and Hmm. fn, n no wh We My ..f.,-nm 1 ,mr ,um-'ma uw, ,m,,-1,-mm: ww .Hb .mf.-ff tw- new, twin, wr. ,Wa wmv mi ,M nf rtwz. Education vm-,.1m my W uw :mm tn L V-fwwatwtvtfx,,m1.t.K tn'-'Nu Lu, .fm rn hnmfa Transportatlon and Communication , 1,-t.,,,,A t',f.rmfW1ff.,1f. V r---W t t ,D tw gr wth- V 4 .mx-M-tw nf malty., tt-tt Comervntion of Natural Resources , ra Mae W..tt- 't:,,mu,f,t.w "'f""" W ,,,,, my .frr tt.-.-tf,r,v.t.fuf1w - vt 1ff.f tm y,,,,,n,, t.,,.,,llnf -r' W.. ,.s,,fn.r..,, t1vf.t.,f.- I I M U , am, M, ,,.w'm-., in ,,.,,, , ,,,,,. r,,,,.tt,-tr for Management and laalwf Protection I V turn, tt 1 ,f ' Relief , ,. , Liberty I , t, "if ' Civitimliivn W, M jp, u um. I L, ,, 1, ,A I mat AND wmuout C009 Cowmila--A STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY offers an opportunlty for Seniors to portlclpate mn our local government In structor C Manos points out some governmental agencles to J Tucker, W Kowolyczyk and R Denault THE CLAREMONT DAILY EAGLE is run tor a day by students from the surrounding hugh schools Stevens your nalnsts are P Gauthier, B. Ainsworth, A. Dionne, and B Gellls f K , M -, , H ,M f , iii, ff? gl Admlnixlration of Ll-re Agencxes and Sermons of .1-.-we ttf-,V n ill i x P f . 1 2- if i ff? .- . ' ,' TP"Qf'f.1., fi?" V " f , .. f - X- '1 fi 29: f jiifa f k.p.' 25!l4 'H - f 5, . V- , V .,lA f IM. 1 HUSICH -f 7 ii Flqaical ' fglfd Seq-D ' f"-N 'Trane fi kg-av--s i X 1 Q.. COACH G, DISNARD receives a token of appreciation at the season's end from J. Young ond Captain B. Kirn. THE CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM under the tutelage of Coach George Disnard had a most rewarding season and produced such outstanding runners as Bruce Kirn who broke several records, P. Haubrich, P. Lehner, C. McKee, W. Peterson, R. Colburn, R. Strout, R. Felton, W. Gray, C. Fletcher, A. Roffman, P. Strout, R. Bladen, kneeling, C. Michaleonick, S. Lumbra, J. Jones, W. Jacobs, B. Kirn, J. Young, P. Gilbert, R. Derosier, R. DeCamp, D. Fletcher, foreground, Coach G. Disnard. . ' mi. f'. "fi- . f ., 4 .. , , .W-'N' 4 N ' - " 1 R ,. ' .WA .... , -v, "'-v ., ff , , .. . 'K ' . ,,,'z. . - H ",z:,,w5':,':, ff' 140:45 7a .lace le THE TRACK TEAM PROUD POSSESSORS OF THE TWIN-STATE VALLEY TROPHY awarded at the Invitational track meet held at Kimball Union Academy ID Meriden, New Hampshire: Mgr. M. Blanchard R Laramie N Allen A Dionne B Levesque V Westover S Lumbra, J. lsham, B. Whitney, O. Lane B Tucker M Zotto M Weiner J Patenaude Coach G Dlsnard Capt. J. Pilot, A. Sevene, B. Kirn, W. Gray C Fletcher C Lewis A RofTman F Millar R Denault R Strout P Strout, L, Currier, Mgr. L. Brown. A TENSE MOMENT as star J Pilot clears the hurdle a close COACH GEORGE DISHARD accepts the Twin State Valley fro meef held gf Stevens Monadnock Pqrk phy awarded at the gala annual Junior Prom 43 .- PU ' .... 'J' .yi 7. age, fm 1-M 79u,ee-L zum fm 3 K X--a. :aff 1342. 43: tis. 67 THE UNDEFEATED VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM had one of the most successful seasons in the history of this sport at Stevens. J. Mongeon, K. Peterson, G. Green, L. Hawkins, M. Hale, second row, V. Sakovich, E. Perry, R. Bailey, S. Kirn, C. Klementowicz, front row, J. Clark, A. O'Haire, S. Mack, V. Moreau, B. Brock, Coach L. Kibby. THE JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM had a successful season of its own and gave welcome and able support to the varsity: A. Peterson, C. Marro, E. Hilliard, D. Moron, J. Mongeon, D. Spaulding, S. Crosby, K. Kamel, P. Hart, L. St. Cyr, L. L'Heureux, B. HaII, M. Minord, P. Lassard, front row, J. Breton, B. Sanford, J. McNamara, Coach L. Kibby, S. Bunicky, V. Bonneau, J. Desjardins. , 5- rf. 'vw at vw y 41, 42 , H , 4-4- 74 2 746 WMM Of 1400 QD wo C. Marro, A. Pedersen, J. McNamera, J. Mackie, C. Savage, J. Allen, E. Hilliard, H. Parker-all able replace ments on next year's varsity team. THE JUNIOR MEMBERS-J. Storey, P. Buiniclcy, F. Beck, P. Hart, J. Lawrence, C. Cote, B. Garceau. P. Jerard, M. Cote 45 X. Ns. 2 5 5 S 5 3 5 Q 3 Ti4v..N'f"Vi.'f 571 Zi! ' ..., . it 5 K' Y75726 64 , iii THE T954 FOOTBALL TEAM. lst Row: M. Forrest, J. McLaughlin, R. Denault, R. Beland, co-captain, C. Parker coach, A. Bailey, co-captain, J. MacKenzie, R. Silva. 2nd Row: J. Maiola, assistant coach, B. Levesque, J. Balda- saro, P. Gauthier, M. Chrostowski, T. Hopkins, L. Currier. 3rd Row. B. Ellison, R. Chrostowski, R. George, F, Kotomski, P. Dansereau, B. Crowder, W. Smith. 4th Row: J. Tucker, manager, P. Johnson, J. Donahue M. Zotto, W. Stillson, A. Nelson, D. Pilot, R. Devoyd. Absent: A. Dionne. r -9 , 'Ti L. 4 .,.f '15 L Q K V A A1 K Coach and Captains f Cf H it "sa, P J i . " ff MS , , - ,J f T f'.f' C I' ,r rx 70 756 7e4m, 74 74a Scion! 7a 746 ' I moves unto a host of Lebanon defenders , . fe' E ' g 3 f , I K f4 ,V ,, w'!.fVZ',t ' v I , Q Q- lf, e . 'i ma ' X J' , , A' 7 V + , e ,,e, f i n . eee , ' w ' y . A nf Q , ,R , , y, , g f . A w-,lv iw ,V -y - , , " "': "' 1' 3, "'f'c' ' "'f1.:ff': ll f.h.e,, . V , ,yr-V X-gang.-,ixyw . fb 5125-fr:-'f', - ' aw 2 ' ww - V W'f' F 7' 'r ffT?"4f:'1' H -'elf ' , Q ff:kg,.,g,, V-1 q,,3,--1, , M. 2' 'fr A x vw. ,1, ,, , M . .. . 5- x .SWT .Q-,Lf AA, f . , -, H ,..-W 7-,F ,,.., 3 ,ann . fi. f . rv f W W- -. -f--V "?:'j'.:Qg,Qf ,5 ,, ,. , - vf.zt,5ae'-ef-Z ' as ,, ,. K2 . ', Gxn Ta , " Wg., 0 ,.,.."' -.io ' 2 . " -:is X i 5 3 4 V A ,,e ' K f 'A ,r'B ,f' ' ' 1, 4. nl ,-, uv ..,'f--x - , 44 5"'4, xf.bgs.,,x,,91:' :q . 3 A ,,,.. M 'F' X -' 03 x . Kev.-f -0 .. . ff, . 1 .1 , lv 3 as ,Q ix'!1Q,ff-fdggf, ae of r r ,ee ,, or , e X 3 ,-r r , e eeee e e 4 A r vg'3g?5"'iv'.' .1 7' . fxw-few-' -' --y- , , n r n A . if ?ff 1 "'4i iii .. ' .Q -r - X' v Sly .V -,f ' Cf! i s 1p,,.f:,,, 'jA j-' is Co-Captams Dick Belond, number 50, ond Al Bulley, number 46, combine their efforts for The Glory of Stevens"l I 2 4 Kane ---- z. IMT' iff T me swell ..... I l THE SKI TEAM-all set and ready to go: R. Keating, J. Jones, W. Cooney, C. Jones, J. Young, A. Clarke, W Smith, R. Agel, R. Derosiers. Front Row: Mgr. T. Rouillard, J. Wadsworth, D. Batchelder, Coach J. Hibbard, P. Haubrich, R. Bladen. O. Lane, R. Sanders. Skiers D. Batchelder and E. Clark scrutinize their harness W. Cooney loads his car with ski apparatus. Entire team before attempting the slopes. Team has been class "B" travels by car, uses facilities ot nearby Mt. Sunapee ski champions for last two years. area. 50 spasm, ffvwl 74efJz foie 7a 24 padeza 744 life, B. Burke and M. Jacobson receive C1 lesson in bowling skills from L. Poulin, faculty adviser. Bowlers C. MacDonald, A. O'l-loire, ond C. Lone do their bit to put their team on top. '7?W'7 51 ff-4'cZe 74451466 7c2ne46an gee! Ze 'Faced :nf 56" .W ,E THE VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM maintained the traditional good records of the Stevens athletic groups. back row, K. Smith, 'A. Pertesis, Mgr., M. Chrostowski, W. Lewis, J. Jones, R. Smith, Mgr., R. Story, second row, P. Gauthier, R. Silva, J. McLaughlin, R. Belandg front row, Coach Parker, L. Ryan, V. Bonneville, and C. Dole. 1 Www 1 KZ, R... xv , T , it T .., . ,,,, ..l.i, - E . 3 ,v.1. - ,.i, L ,. ....t. , ,'2. 1 ,f "f' -:. """"3kfi' ff as COACH PARKER, THIRTY YEARS A coAcH AT STEVENS, BATTING PRACTICE: Senior P- Gfwthier takes Q crock Qi whips yet another nine into winning shape. one of "Ceep's" fast ones. 52 , gg 7 ' 746 7006- 76nd ffzchm Of gy COACH PARKER EXPLAINS THE MYSTERIES OF BASEBALL to a group of neapliytes: W. Bedard, R. Silva, L, Ryan, V. Bonneville, J. Donahue, J. Baldasara,'Coacl'1 Parker, R. Sanders, J. Smith, D. Pilot and K. Smith. A SURE HITTER IN A PITCH. J. McLaughlin. W . ,V 4 V. ifwsfri , ,.,,,,,, ..,. ,J f I... , , X' , 'L "V ,V ,W M. 4 I "'l ii' D 'WXJS1 I tx? s ?f2f f , . -i 4 litf.f.g1?? ,Z f4,,fJ, f, My ' , A i5f4'Jzl.', 'Yiyg , THE PITCHING BATTERY lN A WARM-UP SES- SION. V. Bonneville and R. Silva both to be sadly missed by the baseball teams of Stevens, fi-.f X .fl f4Soaacl77ZrSnd7af4Samwl?od1f. 16 4 P v xi. J XXX X f I f Q 5 - -' V"--H G -E , 54 PEP, VIM, VIGOR - The pattern for real school spirit is set by cheerleaders: C. Filipowicz, l.. Hawkins, G. Green, S. Mack, J. Nahil, B. Simpson, V. Moreau, M. Gog- gin, J. Blish, K. Peterson, J, Williams. , X 4 , SEHIUHS . N , ,l afa7l474e77atZ0'w?fa4'5een ----- J'-Gs MARILYN PATRICIA ARLIN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Band "A" I, 2, 3, 4, Band "B" I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ROY B. ATWOOD ALTON C. BAILEY Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Football, Co-captain 4, Football, J. V. I, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, Student Council Member 3, 4. JUDITH E. BARTON Bowling 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. Ny'-if .f..,,.,- BRIAN B. AINSWORTH Assembly Committee 4, Band "A" I, 2, 3, Band "B" I, Dramatic Club I, Red and Black Stalt I, 2, 3, 4, Voice Stevens, Staff I, 2. MICHAEL A. ANDERSON Band "A" 2, 3, Band "B" I, 2, Basketball, Manager 2, 3, 4, Cross Country I, 2, Distributive Education Red and Black Staft 4, Track Team I, 2. Vs? ur-H1407 "'i ' it , 2 Q I ,iw BEN NY VITTORIO BEEBE ROY A. BEEBE Distributive Education 4, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Band "A" 2, 3, 4, J. V. Baseball 2, Bowling I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class Marshall 3. 56 4"--nnhru 77ZouzZ '744ae40f fcyh fgltd 70wng,' RICHARD BELAND A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boys' J. V. Basketball I, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, J. V. Baseball I, Boys' State, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain Football 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 2, Red and Black Staff 4, Student Council Mem- ber I, ANNE MARIE BELDEN A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Stott 4. JOAN M. BROCK A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Girls' J. V. Basketball 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Statt 4. BARBARA ANN BROOKS Bank Teller 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2. 57 JANICE E. BENNETT Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 3, Red and Black Staff 4. VICTOR G. BONNEVILLE A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Bank "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J. V, Baseball l, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee l, 2, 3, 4, National Athletic Scholar- ship Society 3, Orchestra l, 2A, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. CLIFFORD H. BOYCE ll RONALD K. BRIGGS J. V. Football I, 2. A33 05 Bmw, Og P ' . SQ i I' . BARBARA A. BURKE A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader, J. V. l, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Red and Black Staff 4, Softball, Girls' 2. MARJORIE L. CHAPMAN Basketball, Girls' J. V. l, Chorus l, 3. MARSHALL 5. CHROSTOWSKI A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Baseball, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball, J. V. 2, Bowling l, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Football, Varsity 3, 4, Football, J. V. 2, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, Red and Black Stati 4. NANCY JEAN CONE Dance Committee 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. ,f4'wl72 "f ALBERTA M. BROWN Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. BETTY LOU BROWN Bowling 2, Chorus iBellows Falls ll 2, 3, 4, Dance Commit- tee 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3. CLARENCE B, CROFT Conservation Club 3, Voice of Stevens, Staff 4. GABLE L. CURRIER Basketball, Boys' Varsity 3, Basketball, Boys' J. V. l, 2, Dance Committee 4, Distributive Education, President 4, Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Football, J. V. l, National Ath- letic Scholarship Society 2, Red and Black Staff 4, Student Council Member 2, 3, 4, Student Council Ofhcer 3, 4, Track Team l, 2, 3, 4. 58 D' ' was MALCOLM L. CURRIER A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Band "A" I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Stott 4, Track Team l, 2. DORYNNE J. CZECHOWICZ Assembly Committee 4, Bowling i, Chorus l, 2, Dance Com- mittee 3, Dramatic Club i, 2, 3, 4, Voice of Stevens, Stott 3, 4. ARTHUR DIONNE A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 4, All-State Chorus 4, Band "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Boys' Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Boys' J. V. l, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 4, Class Secretary 2, Cross Country l, Dance Committee l, 2, 3, Football, Varsity 4, Football, J. V. 2, National Athletic Scholarship Society 2, Red and Black Art Stott Head 4, Track Team l, 2, 3, 4, Voice ot Stevens, Staff 3, 4. CHARLES DOLE Bank Teller l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Boys' Varsity 3, 4, Basket- ball, Boys' J. V. l, 2, Baseball, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball, J. V. l, Cross Country l, 2, Dance Committee l, 2, 3, Foot- ball, Manager 3, National Athletic Scholarship Society 2, Red and Black Staff 4, Student Council Member 4, Student Council Otticer 4. 59 7w,-421' , MARLENE ELOISE DEARBORN Bowling 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Voice of Stevens, Staff 3. RAYMOND E. DENAULT A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Band "B" I, Basketball, Boys' Varsity 4, Basketball, Boys' J. V. 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Cross Country i, Dance Committee l, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Football, Var- sity 2, 3, 4, Football, J. V. l, National Athletic Scholarship ,Society 3, Red and Black Staff 4, Track Team l, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR M. DENSMORE Bowling 2, 3, 4. THOMAS P. DEVOYD Red and Black Staff 4. Shih 7:11:14 GIW,--Qi., - 1 1 DONALD M. EKBERG Baseball, J. V. 2, Red and Black Stat? 4. JANET E. FENOFF Chorus 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff 4. LEE O. FLETCHER Baseball, J, V. 2, Chorus l, Dance Committee 2, Football, J. V. 3, Red and Black Staff 4, Track Team l, Voice of Stevens, Staff 4. PHILIP J. FONTAINE Football, J. V. l. mul' 74 Z ,- VERA C. DOW Dramatic Club 3. RONALD A. EATON Distributive Education 4, Bowling 2. vw-2 ' f M 'Jw MICHAEL FORREST Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Football, J. V. l, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3. THEODORE S. FOWLER, JR. Baseball, J. V. l, Baseball, Varsity 2, Boys' State 3, Chorus 3, Football, J. V. l, 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. 60 ff Of 2 74: 1460! 746 f4'bf4,' RlCHARD C. GATES Chorus lWindsorl l, Cross Country 4, Dramatic Club lWindsor, pres. ll Track Team l'Windsor ll. SHIRLEY N. GATES Bowling 2, 3. if' Ni' FRANCES CAROL HART Assembly Committee 4, Band "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Band "B" l, Girls' Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Girls' Manager Basket- ball 4, Dance Committee 3, Girls' Field Hockey l, 2, National Honor Society 4, Red and Black Editor-in-Chief 4, Student Council Member 3. EDWARD R. Hlll. Boys' State 3, Chorus 3, 4, Class President 4, Dance Com- mittee l, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, Orchestra i, 2, 3, 4, Red and Block Assistant Editor 4. 61 PAUL RAYMOND GAUTHIER Boys' J. V. Basketball l, 2, Basketball Manager ,,-,ig ' A .: . .A ar -- Q gn- 'lil Varsity Baseball 3, 4, J. V. Baseball l, 2, Bowling l, 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Dramatic Club Varsity Football 4, J. V, Football 4, J. V. Football National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, National Honor 3, 4, 3, 4, i, 2, Society 3, Red and Black Staff 4, U. N. Delegate 3. BARBARA RUTH GELLIS Assembly Committee 4, Bowling 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3 4' Dance Committee 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. GLORIA GILL Junior Librarian l, 2, 3, 4. DOLORES LAUREL HARRIS Girls' Varsity Basketball l, Chorus l, Dramatic Club 2, Girls' Softball l. 1 I sl 'fy wa ...wr 2 14 .n74e1zWfa,,,4gM4wm.ef4 579 MARSHA A. .IACOBSON A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 4, Red and Black Staff 4, Girls' Softball 3. BEVERLY ELAINE JARVIS Bowling 3, Chorus 2, 3. CAROL .IARVIS A Cappella Choir 3, Band "A" 3, Band "B" I, Chorus I, 2, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staft 4, Voice of Stevens Staff 3, 4. BARBARA ANN JOHNSON Bowling 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, Bank Teller 3. gf? :'fw"Q"'l- rea: 15" A iginmn VU2::'r.'fUU'4 -'an ey 1 fn-frm. ROBERT H. HODGMAN THEODORE WILLIAM HOPKINS Boys' J. V. Basketball I, Dramatic Club 3, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, J. V. Football I, Track Team I, Baseball Manager 2, Dance Committee 2. C? JOHN FRANCIS JONES A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Band "A" 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, J. V. Baseball I, 2, Bowling I, Boys' State 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Dance Committee 2, National Athletic Scholarship Committee 3, 4, Red and Black Subscription Manager 4, Ski Team 2, 3, 4, State Choir 4, Orchestra I, BRADLEY .IEWETT KEHOE A Cappella Choir I, 3, 4, Band "A" I, 3, 4, Color Guard, Manager, Chorus I, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Orchestra I, 3, 4, Manager, Red and Black Stat? 4, Ski Team I, 3, Ski Team Manager 4. 62 4 ,-44,4 'Me 29-wpa Zta Og Awww 7ane, EDWARD W. KIMBALL WALTER A. KOWALCZYK -an-lv' Avw,:,...,- fm! BEVERLY ANN LANDRY Bowling 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Dramatic Club 2. OTIS K. LANE A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Band "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Band "B" i, Band, All-State 4, Baseball, J. V. 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country l, Ski Team i, 2, 3, 4, Track Team i, 3, 5. 63 5 A , ll ROGER J. LABRECQUE GEORGE N. LACASSE MARlE M. LAFOUNTAIN A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Band "A" iWindsor i, 213, 4, Band, All-State iWindsor i, 27, Chorus iWindsor l, 23 3, 4, Class Vice-President iVViriclsor i, 2, 33, National Honor Society iWinclsor 35 4, Orchestra iWindsor 23, Red and Black StaFl 4, Student Council Member 4, Voice of Stevens, Stat? 4. JEAN S. LAMBERT A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Band "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Band "B" i, Basketball, Girls' Varsity 2, Basketball, Girls' Manager 3, Basketball, Girls' J. V. i, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Commit- tee l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staft 4. '49 V37 +1--V ,K ,.. -.J 3 i Q- 5 fr" X A ' 1 Sued '74 74e padeza 0f0wz E ' RENA LARCOM Band "A" 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee i, 2, 3, 4, Band 11811 I' FRANCIS X. LEAHY 1' 3? 'CZZ7' SONJA J. MACK A Cappella Choir 4, Basketball, Girls' Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Girls' J. V. l, Cheer Leader I, 2, 3, Head Cheerleader 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Field Hockey, Girls' l, 2, 3, Field Hockey, Girls' Captain 4, Red and Black Stat? 4, Softball, Girls' 3. JOY MACKIE A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Basketball, Girls' Varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Girls' J. V. l, Chorus i, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Drum Maiorettes l, 2, 3, 4, Softball, Girls' 2, Voice of Stevens, Staff 3, 4. 64 746 padaov Of 70: 14 ALFRED MARTELL JOYCE S. MARTELL Dance Committee l, 2, 3, Distributive Education, Vice President 4. I Xu, JANICE E. MORSE Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2. BEVERLY J. MOWER Bowling 2, 3, Dance Committee l, 2, Distributive Educa- tion 65 ff., , ' JACK J. MCKENZIE Football, Varsity 3, 4, Football, J.V. l, 2. JAMES F. MCLAUGHLIN A cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Band, "A" l, Basketball, Boys' Varsity 3, 4, Basketball, Boys' J.V. l, 2, Baseball, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball, J.V. l, 2, Boys' State 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 2, 3, Dance Committee l, 2, 3, Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball, J.V. l, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, Red and Black Staff 4, Voice of Stevens, Stal? 3, 4. RICHARD O. MINARD Bowling 3, 4, Voice of Stevens, Stott 4, VIVIEN MOREAU A cappella Choir 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Field Hockey, Girls' l, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Stott 4. if ew ' get ff 'Z .X ff 744 ?uz'wze Wtaq ge , ' . 77044 gm 7444 M 1: JUDITH CAROL NAHIL A cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, All State Choir 4, Assembly Committee 4, Girls' Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' J. V. Basketball I, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain Field Hockey 4, Red and Black 4, Voice of Stevens, Stott 2, 3, 4, Voice of Stevens, Editor 4. , DONALD J. NAPSEY J. V. Baseball CWindsor 2I, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Football CK. U. A. IJ, Lacrosse CK. U. A. II. SYLVIA EDITH O'BRIEN ALICE LENA O'HAIRE Band "A" 2, 3, 4, Band "B" I, Girls' J. V. Basketball 2, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee 4, Dramatic Club 2, Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4. Nnlndlf' HELEN A. MURPHY Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Voice of Stevens, Staff 3, 4. BETTY A. MU RRAY Band "A" I, 2, 3, 4, Band "B" I, 2, Band, Librarian 3, 4, Bowling 2, Dance Committee 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, Librarian 3, 4. RICHARD L. OWEN, JR. J. V. Baseball I, Ski Team I. DOUGLAS C. PARRELLA D. E, Club 4, D. E. Treasurer 4. 66 'Null 74 714724474 7z'Qwew7a Zbedald 74a 7454046- JOYCE THELMA PENNIMAN A cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, State's Orchestra 4. DALE PERKINS J. V. Baseball I, 2, Chorus 3, Class Marshall 2, Distribu- tive Education Pres. 4, JON E. RICHARDSON GEORGIA MARY RICHMOND A cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary I, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Drum Maiorettes I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff 4. 67 BARBARA LOUISE POCKETI' Bowling 2, Distributive Education 4. SHIRLEY ANN PREVE 'U-heath' Bowling I, 2, 3, Distributive Education 4, Home Economics Club I, 2, 3. FRANCIS W. QUIMBY Boys' J. V. Basketball 2, Basketball Manager I, J. V. Basketball I, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, J. V. Foo BETTY ANN RICE tball I. Bowling I, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Manager Softball 3. ,NW 4479 we Q., me www, sm 2 1: 76: VERA SAKOVICH Basketball, Girls Manager 3, 4, Bowling 2, Chorus 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Field Hockey, Girls 3, 4, Softball, Girls l, 2. RICHARD TUPPER SANDERS A cappella Choir 3, 4, Band "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, J. V. 2, Chorus 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Track Team 4. ROBERT M. Sll.VA Basketball, Boys Varsity 3, 4, Basketball, Boys J. V, l, 2, Baseball, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball, J. V. l, Football, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Football, J. V. l. ELAINE F. SlMONEAU A cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Dance Committee l, 2, 3, Drum Maiorette l, 2, Head Drum Maiorette 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, Red and Black Stott 4, Voice of Stevens, Staff 3, 4. vi' JOYCE A. ROBINSON Bowling I, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. GERALDINE M. ROUILLARD Bowling 2, Distributive Education 4. BERYI. CATHERINE SIMPSON Basketball, Girls J. V. l, 2, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey, Girls l, 2, Field Jockey, Girls Manager 3, Red and Black Staff 4. SHIRLEY' ANN SlROlS A cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Basketball, Girls J. V. l, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Com- mittee l, 2, 3, 4, Distributive Education 4, Drum Major. ette l, 2, 3, Field Hockey, Girls l, 2, Red and Black Stott 4, Student Council Member l. 68 l M Tfogfdde 'zom77Z4vrZ'7 ' ROGER E. SMITH Baseball, Manager 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Chorus 4, Dra- matic Club 3, 4. VERA STONE Chorus 2, 3, Dance Committee 4. if wwf I T75 40 I 4? BERNARD W. TUCKER Assembly Committee 4, Boys' State 3, Chorus 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Football, Varsity 3, Football, .l..V. I, 2, Red and Black Stat? 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4. JOHN B. TUCKER A cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Base- ball, Manager I, 2, 3, Boys' State 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Football, Manager 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff 4, Voice of Stevens, Staff I, 2, 3, 4. 69 Zig. ' RODERICK W. STORY A cappella Choir 4, Bond "A" 3, Band "B" I, Basket- ball, Boys' J, V. I, 2, Baseball, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball, J. V. I, Boys' State 3, Chorus 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Football, Varsity 2, Football, J. V. I, National Athletic Scholarship Society 2, National Honor Society 3, Red and Black Staff 4. RICHARD ALAN SUMNER A cappella Choir 4, Dramatic Club 3, Bank Teller 4. MARTHA E. THOMPSON A cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Red and Black Staff 4, Softball, Girls' 2, Student Council Member 4. ROBERT T. TOWNSEND A cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Band "A" I, 2, 3, 4, Band, All State 4, Band, President 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra I, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Stott 4. 'i' . . l 'Me S 1-ind 'A Q 6 I Jaw? 'X , x U 39' MARYLIN E. WESTOVER Bowling 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE N. WHITE A cappella Choir 4, Assembly Committee 4, Chorus 3, 4, Football, J. V. l. '757' 45" , 74e7fo,ee4f-ilu! S Orchestra l, 2 ,3, 4, Red and Black Staf? 4, Voice of Stevens, Staff 4. BFITY-JEAN WAKEMAN Band "A" l, 2, 3, 4, Band "B" l, Basketball, Girls' J. V T, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 2, Orchestra 3, Red and Black Staff 4 Voice of Stevens, Staff 4. JOAN BEVERLY WILLIAMS Basketball, Manager 2, Cheerleader I, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey Girls Manager 2, Red and Black Staff 4, Softball 2, 3, 4. KAY D. WILSON A cappella Choir i, 2, 3, Bank Teller 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, Red and Black Business Manager 4, Voice of Stevens, Staff i. 70 . 744Z7fe70cZZ7 --- ,pw N, Allen proudly shows his graduation diploma To his The Gufogmphing of Yearbooks has become G molher' tradition among the Stevens graduates. H. Jones cheerfully signs B. BeIisle's "Red and Black." on Class Day F- HGH is presented Wim the To the strains of the Stevens Band the Seniors enter the auditorium Editorship ot the yearbook by R. Lovejoy. for CIGSS DOY eXeVCi5e5- 71 7441: We mee 2 me ,4 146, The Senior Banquet annually gathers the graduating class together for a hearty meal and a good time. it l lftrfwlzaz at Over a cup of coffee these well-fed Seniors discuss with These young men carry on o diplomatic type conversation varied opinions any topic no matter how large its sig- concerning last week's boll game or some reloted topic. niticance. 72 PM 14064 ?uZd led 74 7448 79 744 1 ' K 7 'ff gp ' i ,1 , fi nn, A , f Q f, A i ,,31,, , 1 , , 4 49 Q , ' r A . erm' n w A J. Pierce gives The valediciory address during graduation exercises. Holding their long awaited diplomas, B. Hale, A. Goggin, Class president G. Klems receives his diploma from head C. Goodhue, and D. Greenwood applaud a classmate, masier E. Lord officially ending his high school career, 73 l N! Cuissor 29 . 7 ,l, l L Q! qi, -.,, I The Alumni Day Parade is one of the biggest events in the school year. Here, the Class of i929 rides in a float symbolizing the original Stevens building. The Class of T939 depicts the Hrst Thanksgiving ofthe Pilgrims in America. IX ,, , --J UM it 'iilii.iii.illiiiiii 93-J1'w"'?+ 52 17" " lgV,,,:Y .J f gm. Rf!! 'grae T 4 ' 1""" , : A 2, ' Q' ' . . T "2' X 'l 4 7719. N Carrying out The hisTorical Theme of The Alumni Day Parade, The Class of 1944 recalls The raising of The American flag an lwo Jima. One hundred years of educaTion was celebraTed This year by The New Hampshire State Teachers' Associa- tion. The ClaremonT Teachers' Council enTered an aTTracTive and symbolic Tloaf. . . A , - 45.9 I 'iiviigsiv' ,",,. I gfk V 4' A ,Q -Y." J Y -if 4 V V' L G4 I f sl H ,,T'i Y .5- V ' 1 - wrbivi. ,- VL . n' . ' Q Wa, D ' I i U , A W i nu , A t . lfr,? :fi n 1' J . Y 'id-" . ?f 37 1" WL' A C X z iii if il "" qi. ,d - ,V TT J 15- - - f 5' I ' - 2 , I . A, mg V, K ' ' ' lCNORANfE 3' f 34. If X. , l I v T :QE V PREJIIDICE wil P1 ' a T fi, ' U My W a . CLAREMONT Gill EACGN5 ,f TEACHERS' arlefglbvllr SCHOGLS - uppopr Tum COUNCIL I gf? n ,Z-- .,,,,, , ... W! THE RED AND BLACK TYPISTS: Essential to a good yearbook is the excellent work of the typing stafTf M LaFontaine, E. Simoneau, B. Burke, B, Wakeman, C. Dole, J. FenofT, J. Williams, J. Bennett. THE BUSINESS STAFF OF THE RED AND BLACK: Their chore is to raise the nearly two thousand dollars needed to finance the Stevens yearbook. Standing: J. McLaughlin, T. DeVoyd, B. Kehoe, R. Silva, J. Tucker, R. Beland, R. Townsend, M. Currier,,M. Chrostowski, L. Currier, D. Ekberg. SEATED: K. Wilson, M. Thompson, J. Nahil, M. Jacobson, A. Belden, J. Lambert, R. Denault. C -v v, .SN rl f 76 f v .ff MNXA . I . ,X 'L l'T"T'?f'fav' THE RED AND BLACK ART STAFF: The plcznning of the book, its sequence ond ottroctiveness is the responsi- bility ot this group: B. Tucker, A. Dionne, P. Gouthier, R. Story, L. Fletcher, J. Brock, S. Sirois, C. Jorvis, B. Ainsworth. THE SUBSCRIPTION STAFF OF THE RED AND BLACK: This stott is in charge of selling copies of the yearbook to the members of the student body: J. Jones, G. Richmond, S. Mock, D. Nopsey, C. Vodney, B. Simpson, ond V. Moreau. I V fa? 77 THE SPONSORS OF "THE RED AND BLACK" The Stott ot "The Red and Black" wishes to extend its sincere thanks to the merchants of Claremont and the friends ot Stevens High School who, through their generosity, have made possible the l955 issue ot our yearbook. We wish especially to acknowledge the fine cooperation ot Jack Titchen and call attention to his outstanding photographs used as the end leaves in our yearbook. Adams Electronic, lnc. Agel Carman Furniture Co. Aiken Construction Co. Fred Allen "Jeweler on the Square" American Legion, Post 29 American Plate Glass Co. Great A. 81 P. Tea Co. Arco Oil Co. Arel Bros., Furniture and Upholstery Phil Arioli Avenue Repair Shop Balfour Ring Co. Barnes, Bouillard, and McPherson, lnc. Bartlett Concrete Co. Barton's Dog Stand Ben's Market Benoit Motors Berkeley's Stores, lnc. Blondin Funeral Home Boardway 8K Cowles George Baccia's Fruit Store Bonnie Beauty Salon Dr. H. D. Bourdon Bourdon's New Haven Mattress Mfg. Co. Breault General Store Briggs' Concrete and Gravel Brodeur's Washing Machine Repair Service Broad Street Inn Buena Vista Dairy Bar W. H. Burbee, lnc. Bush Music Studio Business and Professional Women's Club The Candy Bar Caron Bros. 8- Co., Clover Farm Store Carroll Cut Rate Cosmetics Catholic Daughters of America Central Beet Co. Chapman's Esso Service Station E. T. Chase Motor Sales, Hudson Dealer City Tire Shop Claremont Army and Navy Stores Claremont Auto Body Co. Claremont B.P.O.E. 879 Claremont Building and Loan Claremont Cleansers and Dyers Claremont Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Claremont Drive-ln Theater Claremont Finance Corporation Claremont Fire Department Claremont Furniture Co. Claremont Grange No. 9 Claremont Heel Co. Claremont Metal and Paper Stock Co. Claremont Motor Co., lnc. Claremont National Bank Claremont Paper Company Claremont Pharmacy Claremont Police Department Claremont Rotary Club Claremont Savings Bank Claremont Steam Laundry 81 Sanitone Dry Cleaning Claremont Waste Mfg., Co. Claremont Woven Label Co., lnc. Class of '56 Class ot '57 Class of '58 Colonial Hotel Connecticut Valley Electric Co., Inc. Corner Book Shop Cote's Grill Dr. Marcel D. Coutu, Optometrist Coy Paper Co. Dr. Irving Crandall Cross and Currier Mfg. Co., lnc. Currier Electric Shop Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Currier Albert L. Cushion Agency, lnc. D. W. Cushion Insurance Agency 4- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Cutting Dade Sundial Shoes The Daily Eagle D'Amante's Fruit Store Daniels' Toggery Shop Dansereau's Gulf Service Station Dan's Shoe Service Dartmouth Woolen Mills, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Raymond V. Denault C. E. Densmore 8. Son, Wholesale Grocers Dr. Porter C. Dexter Art Dion's Market Paul Dion's Barber Shop Dion's Supermarket Don's Market Elite Beauty Shop Endicott Johnson Shoe Co. Esersky's Hardware and Plumbing Supplies Dr. Joseph Esersky Dr. P. D. Estabrook, D. C. Fashion Shop Nelson C. Faught Co. Dr. William Ferriter First National Stores M. H. Fishman Co., Inc. Fiske Free Library Z- I f V-, g , I 2 E' X -5----. ,, A v fee-e e.--,-. . f g 1, W. E... L . 1 n ii' V ft Q f 'Fil I "1 may K 9, . K 3 - , ' 'A 5- 2 ..W..,.1:.vm.,,,.......,.:m, J- .4 ..L...QT , Q 1 . V . ., ...mi -N H " -f. . I 1 A ' .st y Q. , ,,..r W , g i 1:1. 'm , . --Q f-s- 1 -.f1tf13'4f.q.,.if- 1. g -Y E Y ... .f'f'MM,, .N if L QL, . f f z , ,,, 45..- -swf A ' R. W. Fitch 8. Son Fluette Oil Co. W. J. Fluette, General Store Foster Beet Co. Frances Beauty Shop Frances Stores General Ice Cream Corporation Geltand Tailor Shop Gene's Supermarket Raymond Genereux Real Estate Agency Gilbert 8: Weston Inc. Insurance Goddard Bakery The Gown Shop, Rose M. 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Kiniry Kiwanis Club of Claremont Knights ot Columbus 79 Dr. Stanley J. Kuk Henry W. McCusker Pleasant Sweet Shop Ladeau's Furniture Shop Mr. and Mrs. William McKenzie Powers Shoe Company, lnc. Lambert's Toy Castle Men's Shop Queen Shop, "Country Store Clothes" Latchis Theatre Merit Clothing Company Quimby and Quimby, Inc, Lawrence Dairy Midway Drive-ln Theatre Rand's News Depot Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Leahy Milt's Market Reliable Paper and Supply Co. B. R. Lewin, M. D. Loyal Order of Moose 'l2O'l Dr. Herman Rice, Optometrist O. H. Lewis Co., lnc. Mosher's Press Ring's Barber Shop Limoges Oil Co. Mountain View Market Rock-A-Bye Baby Shop Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Lord Joe Mazewko Store Rogers' Motor Company Lorraine's Beauty Shoppe Sam J. Nahil Rowe-Genereux, lnc. Ludlow Rubber Co. J. J. Newberry Co. Dr. Karl F. Rund Mackintosh lnc., Insurance Mrs. Harman Newell Sadie's Snack Shop Magnet Theatre Dr. Francis Nolin Mr. Samuel Satzow Magwood Clothing Company Osgood's Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. R. 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