Stevens High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Claremont, NH)
- Class of 1956
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THE 1956 RES: AND BLACK
"THE UPWARD TRAIL"
STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL
CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE
"THE UPWARD TRAIL"
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword ................. . ......... . .........
Essay, "The Upward Trail" . .
The Principal's Message ....
Class Officers .........
Honor Society . . .
Student Council ....
Assembly Committee . . .
Orchestra . . .
Senbr Hay .....
Junior Librarians ..
Bank TeHers ..........
DktHbuHve Educanon ...
Home Economics ......
Manual Arts ..
Junior Prom . . .
Sdence Fah ...
Track Teams ....
Hockey Teams .........
Girls' Basketball Teams ....
Boys' Basketball Team ..
Football Team ......
BasebaH Team ...
Senior Week Activities ..
The Red and Black Stal? . . .
Sponsors . . . . ....... . , .
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EDITOR CYNTHIA TALBERT AND ASSISTANT-EDITORS DON
FLETCHER AND SANDRA KIRN proudly leaf through the
1955 "Red and Black" which, in the Columbia Scholastic
Press Association contest received the coveted title of
In preparing for our iourney through life there are
certain traits which, added to character, simplify great-
ly the complications which are sure to confront us.
Through choice or circumstances it has been our lot to
attend Stevens High School, and complain as we same-
times may, we realize that our lot is an exceedingly
fortunate one. Not only are Stevens' athletic teams
outstanding, but the coaches and teammates are the
type to impart some needed trait. Not only are Stevens'
musical organizations the best in the area, but par-
ticipating in them, one cannot help but gain some help
in developing the esthetic side of his character. Not
only does Stevens offer a great variety of extracurricu-
lar activities-dramatics, art, student council and many
others, but each of these is designed to play a prominent
part in the development of the individuality of each
student, not only do Stevens' students attain the highest
of scholastic standards, but the teachers here have much
to give beyond the bare rudiments of learning-the
wisdom of a life well lived, spicing the common spirit
which prevails throughout the school and is so distinctly
the spirit of Stevens. Upon graduation from Stevens
High School one has been more than adequately pre-
pared in mind, body, and character to travel the rough
road ahead, to travel THE UPWARD TRAIL.
STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL, OUR REVERED LOOK-OUT STATION, has adequately prepared us for the lang
journey on the upward trail.
THE UPWARD TRAIL
We, the Class of l956, have now attained the summit
of one of the major peaks in our journey on the upward
trail, that which marks the end of secondary education.
This small but important segment of our lifetime journey
has been traveled by us together during the past four
years. Even though we may not realize it at the present,
these four years have made a lasting impression on our
young and fruitful lives. As we journey onward to con-
quer new and even higher peaks, the knowledge we
have gleaned at Stevens, our look-out station, will aid
us in reaching the uppermost peak-our highest ambition
or goal. Our trail-guides, or faculty, have lit up the
dark and unknown passages with torches of knowledge.
They have enabled us by their strict discipline, parental
guidance, and friendliness to continue our journey in-
telligently and surefootedly. Then too, we have had the
counsel of our friends, our parents, and above all a
Guiding Light to steady us over the rough spots. ln our
future journey we will encounter level plains where we
seem to stand still and make no progress. Here we must
rely upon ourselves, as well as our guides, for we can
never hope to complete any part of our journey without
our own individual efforts.
The initiative to attack our future problems with vigor
and to set and maintain high standards has been stimu-
lated by the liberal education that we have received at
our look-out station. When we become of voting age,
we shall be properly and adequately equipped to select
the most qualified candidates to represent us in both
local and national governments. This procedure, how-
ever, has already been practiced by us, for we have
chosen fine leaders as our class officers. Recognizing
the importance of inter-class co-operation, we have
appointed an alert and civic minded student council,
whose duty it is to promote the welfare of the student
body and the faculty. Another group instrumental in
the essential inter-class relationship is the assembly com-
mittee, which affords much constructive knowledge and
education. The honor society, which involves both ability
and integrity, is highly valued by the participating stu-
dents, who esteem membership a prize worth possessing.
Aside from the development of ideas and the acqui-
sition of good mental habits in the classroom, there have
been other important factors in our liberal education.
We have enjoyed much personal satisfaction through
various other means of self-expression. As a result of
WE SHALL FOLLOW ALWAYS HIGHER OUR FAMILIAR STANDARD, the Stevens fiag on the winding trail,
ever remembering its sage motto: "Nothing accomplished without work".
our participation in the musical organizations we have
translated into music many feelings and ideas impossible
to express in our inadequate language. While striving
for harmonious and musical perfection, we have ac-
quired a lasting appreciation for the finer thinqs of life.
Those of us desirous of another means ot self-expression
found delight in dramatics. By contributing our personal
opinions and ideas to the school paper, we learned to
acknowledge and respect the opinions of others. If we
aspired to become more broad-minded, the school li-
brary offered innumerable opportunities to further ac-
quaint ourselves with new ideas and personages. For
those of us training for business and administration the
ability to apply theory to practicality was afforded. But
there was a social aspect to our school-life, also. Our
graciousness, poise, and adult manners at the Junior
Prom were commended by faculty, parents, and friends.
As a result of our participation in physical activities
both our bodies and character were developed and
coordinated. Under the able leadership of our splendid
coaches, we learned to play hard, but also to play
fairly and squarely. We respected and adhered to the
rules of the game, and as a solid, strong team, we were
a match for any of our opponents. Loyalty to our fellow
players was an unwritten law, and the spirit of brother-
hood prevailed. Training regulations were unquestioned,
and because of them our physical endurance was mar-
Yes, as we glance once more over the winding trail,
we realize that it will always recall pleasant memories.
We know that honesty, honest endeavor, and persistence
are the qualities that will enable us to progress rapidly
during the following years. But we gratefully acknow-
ledg the fact that if, at any time, we falter along the
way or lose our footing and fall, there will be ample
opportunity for us to regain our footing with new self-
assurance. As we iourney onward, our look-out station
will remain far behind us. We now stand at a branch
in the trail, some of us will travel one way, others of
us another. To realize that one of those paths may lead
to the summit encourages us. Whichever path we choose,
with the grace of God, will be traveled by us confident-
ly and sure-footedly, when we finally reach the summit,
we will again gaze back over the upwerd trail with
pride and a sense of satisfaction.
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MR. EDGAR L. LORD, OUR RESPECTED PRINCIPAL, foremost
among our "trail guides," has led us suresfootedly during
the past four years.
TO THE CLASS OF 1956:
It is one of my fondest wishes that you of the Class of 1956 should
ever follow "the upward trail" indicated in the theme you have chosen
for your yearbook. This choice strikes me as an encouraging note of
optimism in these disturbing times when youth is too frequently, and I
believe uniustly, portrayed as cynical and disheartened. Your paths
may not always be easy or comfortable ones, but they can be steered
toward goals of opportunity unrealized in the past. May they be
smoothed and lightened by personal integrity, zeal, and happiness.
God bless you all.
Most sincerely yours,
4. Q. Edgar L. Lord
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FOR THEM THE END OF THE TRAIL is in sight. The Senior class officers, Treasurer, William Smith, Vice-
President, Joyce Clarke, President, John Baldasarop and Secretary, Katherine Maclver proudly display the
banner they have followed for four happy years.
OVER THE FIRST HURDLES AND STILL OPTIMISTIC, the Sophomore class omcers, Vice-President, Stephan
Zemionek, Treasurer, Kathleen Fontaine, Secretary, Janet Stearns, and President, Eleanor Hilliard make
use of the reference library.
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AN ALL FEMININE SLATE was elected to guide the Juniors. Discussing olans are President, Linda Hurd
Vice-Presideni, Sondra McBaing Treasurer, Helen Parkerg and Secretary, Carol Klemeniawicz.
NEOPHYTES ON THE TRAIL, the Freshman closs officers, Treasurer, Grace Lovering, President, Anne Mc
Laughlin, Secretory, Curtis Hammond, and Vice-Presideni, Carol Jewell-all are ready to lead iheir class
mares along the trail to knowledge.
TO A BRIGHT FUTURE the Honor Society, on example to thenr class
mates Don Fletcher Cynthia Talbert, Bruce Ktrn John Young and
Wllllam Smuth all Sensors.
HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Bruce Kirn and Wullnam Smlth proudly
dlsploy the charter granted to Stevens by the National Honor
lord, and advisor, Wayne Gray.
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THE FOOTBALL DANCE PREPARAUONS Ore discussed with Senior
Student Council members Bruce Kirn, Beverly Brock, Thomas Rouil-
THE STUDENT CGUNCIL WEEKLY MEETING-Bruce Kirn, Thomos
Rouillard, Clifton Simms, Robert Hart, Rodney
Helen Parker, Timothy,Perry, Paul McNair,
Qfront rowl Kathleen Fontaine, Sandro Kirn,
Beverly Brock, and Stanley Lumbra-all listen
tions from advisor, Wayne Groy.
Brock, and lseatedl
Dominic Zottog and
carefully to sugges-
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WITH FULL CONFIDENCE, the General Elec-
tric,"House of Magic" representative blows
out the candle with his "Magical" liquid.
CLASSMATES LOOK ON WITH GREAT ANX-
IETY as the delegated surgeon performs a
masterful operation at t'he Freshman Reception.
AT THE F-RESHMEN RECEPTION David Wilson
sloshes through imaginary puddles to show
the audience his creative abilities.
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THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE DEVOTES MUCH TIME to the preparation of constructive and interesting
assemblies, using only picked Seniors, IStandingI Kenneth Hayes, Ronald Belden, Gail McKee, Margaret
Cooney, Cynthia Talbert, Barbara Lundgren, Betty Voudrien, Paul Dansereau Ichairmanl, Joan Ransom,
John Young, and Cseatodl Colleen Harrigan, Sally Maranville, Alma Wright, Beverly Brock, Janet McCusker,
Marilyn Bayer, John Wadsworth, Jacqueline Daniels, Myrna Wark, Robert Sprano, Stanley Lumbra, Sandra
Kirn, Dian Morrison, Barbara Feary, Raymond Keating, Joyce Clarke, Don Fletcher, Katherine Maclver.
ASSISTANT TO THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL speaks on sub- A VISITOR FROM NORWAY, Ivar Blekesad, exchange
versive activities at the annual Veteran's Day Assembly. visitor sponsored by the National Farm Bureau, spoke
to Seniors about his homeland.
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MATHEMATICS CAN BE FUN GS evidenced
by Alellio Childs, Bucknell A.M., ond Willard
Rollins, University of New Hampshire B.S.
A MOMENTS RESPITE in the school oflice-
Cloire Robitoille, Rivier College A.B., Lofin
ond French, and School Secretory Doroihy
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A GRIN, A CHEERFUL EXCHANGE by Wood
working leochers Walter Miner, Keene Teo
chers College B. Ed., ond Rene Thomos, Fitch
burg Teochers College M. Ed.
A COMPLICATED PROBLEM is explqined by
James McMurrer, Boston College B.S. in Moth-
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PROBLEMS OF MUTUAL CONCERN to English
teachers are discussed by June Bucko, Univer-
sity of New Hampshire B.A., and Wayne Gray,
Peabody Teachers College M.A.
AN ENERGETIC AND ENTERTAINING TEA-
CHER, Albert Gauthier, Middlebury A.M.-
IT MUST BE GRAMMAR, OF COURSE-Ruth
Little, University of New Hampshire B.A., and
Paul Magoon, Plymouth Teachers College, B.
A ROOM FULL OF CHEER-Elizabeth Manos
Keene Teachers College B. Ed.-English.
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SENIOR CHEMISTRY-cl light moment wilh Gor-
don Cochran, University of Vermont M.E.
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THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT wifl! Alice
Schriber, Malden Commercial College, and
Guilea Kenney, Mt. St. Mary College, B.S. in
A TEACHER'S LIFE IS spent correcting papers
-Harry Moore, Columbia Universiiy M.A.-
THEORY AS WELL AS PRACTlCE in mefol shop
under ihe direciion of John Ferguson.
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CHARLES GALUCCI, B, S. Arnold College, in-
structor in Biology in the laboratory with Fresh-
man Barbara Sullivan.
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CO-ORDINATOR OF Dl5TRlBUTlVE EDUCA-
TION, Paul Nunn, B, Ed, Keene Teachers Col-
lege, lectures to his group in retailing,
THE HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT, Mabel
Johnson, B. S, University of New Hampshire,
and Mrs. Joan Simpson, B. S. in Education,
Keene Teachers College, talk over plans for
the many proiects of their active department.
PRINCIPAL EDGAR L. LORD, Middlebury A. M.,
arranges the photography schedule for "The
Red and Black" with staff photographer, Rich-
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PARTNERS IN THEIR
Joseph Maiola, B. S. Ithaca, and Charles
FIELD OF HISTORY,
A FEW WORDS AMIDST PLEASANT SUR-
ROUNDINGS in the library, Leona Tremblay,
L. S. Simmons, and Mrs. Jacqueline Terrell Manos, B- Ed- Keene Teachers College, dis-
A, B., B. S. in Ed., University of Southern Cali- cuss 0 point of mvfvul infefesi.
CO-SPONSORS FOR "THE RED AND
BLACK," John Sideris, M. Ed. Univer-
sify of New Hampshire, and Normand
Paquefte, A.M. Middlebury, agree on
plans for the T956 issue.
TIME FOR A CHAT ON THE FRONT STEPS,
Joseph Littlefield, B. Ed, Keene Teachers Col-
A MOMENT OF EXPLANATION DURING RE. lege, and Clarence Parker, Dubuque Univer-
HEARSAL, Waller Paslsevich, B. Mus., Syracuse, SITY-
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THE STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL BAND-Ninety strong-the bond is o welcome addition to
innumerobie school functions, sociol ond othletic.
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THE WHISTLE BLOWS, drums becil cz muffled Tattoo, The Trumpets blore-all heorts Thrill
to The music of the Stevens High School Bond.
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THE MALE SECTIONS OF THE A CAPPELLA CHOIR prepare their role in the Annual Christmas Program.
FOURTH ROWfAlexander Crowder, David Guilmette, Larry Evans, John Koziell, Harry Doten, Michael
Papps. THIRD ROW-Brian Bogie, Kenneth Ainsworth, Kenneth Hayes, Richard Burr, Paul Greene, Wesley
r, Paul Dansereau, SECOND ROW-Donald Chrostowski, Ray Keating, Michael Weiner,
Peter Gauthier, Ronald Whittemore, John Wadsworth, Bruce Levesque, John Young, Alistair MacBain.
McNair, Don Fletche
FIRST ROW-Clifton Simms, David O'Haire, Gary Elmer, Gerald McNamara, Richard Craigue, Ronald Agel,
Stanley Mozden, Robert Evans, John Baldasaro, Carl Couture, and Alan Schneider.
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THE ALTO AND THE SOPRANO SECTIONS of the A Cappella Choir at the regular Wednesday evening
rehearsals. BACK ROW-Linda Hird, Joan Ransom, Beverly Brock, Margaret Cooney, Carol Lane. FOURTH
ROW-Beverly Genereux, Joan Chrostowski, Sally Michaelonick, Rosamond Gardner, Dawn Thurston, Sheila
Howe, Kathryn Ormsby. THIRD ROW-Marilyn Bayer, Margaret Kehoe, Priscilla Buinicky, Joan Whitcomb,
Patricia Landry, Janet Stearns, Jane Story, Carol Rund, Judy Arlin. SECOND ROWAJoAnne Mackie, Ann
Densmore, Sandra MacBain, Mary Monetta, Janet McCusker, Jean Griswold, Betty Sanders, Carol Couture,
Katherine Maclver, Iona Sweet, Janice McNamara, FIRST ROW-Joyce Colby, Margaret Hale, Joyce Bennett,
Betty Voudrien, Gail McKee, Cynthia Talbert, Lenore Moody, Patricia Ross, Charlotte Savage, Mary Burke,
and Pianist-Sally-Jayne Maranville.
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'ITHE LITTLE DOG LAUGHEDH-Edward Hill, John Tucker, ond Bor-
boro Gellis. "He'II let you know in The morning. With Ted's business
know-Iwow ond Sid's selling, you Two should moke G mini."
JUDITH NAHIL AND EDWARD HILL. "Now, I'll give you the Zom-
browski Ink Blot Test-io discover your deeper personality."
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JOY MACKIE AND JUDITH NAHIL. "And Nike fha? foolish Thing Off
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THE JUNIOR LIBRARIANS-who give invaluable aid to students, help in clerical work, and learn to repair
books-Beverly Brock, Carol Morin, Margaret Cooney and Sally-Jayne Moranville, Anne Provencher, Jane
AIIen, Miss Leona Trembley and Suzanne Crosby, Marjorie Kehoe, Sandra Kirn, Sarah Trembley.
AT THE FILE CABINET, the heart of any library-Lois THEIR WORK COMPRISES MANY TASKS-replacing books
Dudley and Anne Provencher. on the shelves, typing cards and cataloging new books-
Beverly Brock, Sandra Kirn and Margaret Cooney.
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THE WEEKLY BANKING PERIOD in coniunction with a Iocol bank, carried on by-Bernard Fairbanks, Robert
Bosley, Richard Magoon, Wilbur Drake, George Call, Virginia Gilchrist, Bonnie White, Gloria Williams,
Stanley Mozden, Mark Richmond, David Batchelder, Karen Grethe, Eleanor Hilliard, Marion Rowell, Clyde
Patridge, Ruth Price, Barbara Young, Sandra McBain, Fay Drake, Kenneth Cox, Donna Brewer, Rebecca
Mark, Helen Patrick, Dale Knowlton, Patty Rice, Jane Story, Marilyn Garceau, Catherine Paradise, Lillian
Hanson, and Patricia Jerard with Harry Moore, Advisor.
The week's deposits are banked by David Wilson and
William Picknell as teller, Barbara Kratovich smiles a
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THE CLAREMONT SAVINGS BANK in its window display
encourages thrift under school auspices.
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THE JUNIOR DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLASS Iisiens to words of advice from Patricia Ross, Jane Adams,
Shirley Buinicky, Roger Dearborn, Virginia Green, Helen Hawkins, Richard Haines, Richard Strout, and
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IN ACTION Shirley Buimcky urrrxnqes ri dothing rock PARTICIPATING IN THE DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION PRO-
durinq I10rlt:UUIrxr f1IIcrn0on ioh In NewIN:rry'5. GRAM, Kf'IWIIf'II'I Moore and Robcri PeIIon ai work in The
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CLERICAL WORK TOO has its place in the Distributive CAREFUL INVENTORY I5 TAKEN by Jgne Adgmg perform
Education Program as demonstrated by Patricia Ross ing her fqgks of Newberfyg,
at work at Keating's Insurance Company,
THE SENIOR DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLASS-Francis Adams, Robert Pelton, Stanley Sucharzewski,
Kenneth Moore, Elsie Prozza, and Richard Breed follow closely as Anne Provencher demonstrates the
intricacies of a cash register.
FASHIONS FOR SLEEP are dispIayed af the fashion show by
Joyce Penniman and Nancy Cone.
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THE ANNUAL HOME ECONOMICS EXHIBIT is held in
May. Here, TasTefuIIy displayed, are arrangements of
skilled work done by girls of the department.
CLOTHES FOR COMFORT at the fashion show are modeIed by
Barbara HaII and Linda L'Heureux.
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THIS EXHIBIT IS ON DISPLAY IN THE MUSIC
ROOM. A supper is generally served to parents
and friends in the school cafeteria before the
fashion show and exhibits.
AN INVITING TABLE GRACIOUSLY SPREAD tempts the graduates
of Stevens and St. Mary's.
AT THE SENIOR TEA attended by graduates of Stevens and
St. Mary's are Barbara Gellis, Marilyn Loomis, and Doryrine
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THE ANNUAL MANUAL ARTS EXHIBIT is held in the gymnasium in May. Here is seen an excellent display of the skilled work done by high
school students under professional supervision. At a State Exhibit held lost year severol of these pieces won prizes for outstanding craftsmanship,
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THE ANNUAL ART EXHIBIT held in coniunction with the display of the Manual Arts and the Home Economics Departments to show the talent
and accomplishments of Junior High students in the Art Departments.
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THE JUNIOR PRCM IS THE YEAR'S OUTSTANDING SOCIAL EVENT, CoIIeer1 Harrigan, Katherine Moclycr, Raymond Keofing, Anne Provencher,
and Sandro Kim.
STUDENTS AND INVITED GUESTS enIoyfl'1e gulo decorations at the cmnunI .Iunior Prom.
THE CROWNING OF THE JUNIOR PROM
QUEEN, Margaret Cooney, by Mrs. Edgar
L. Lord, wife of the principal of Stevens
High School, climaxes the evening's ies-
THE GRAND MARCH AT THE JUNIOR
PROM with Beverly Brock, Randall Park-
er, Myri1fiWc1rlc, EdvvordLeClair, Cynilwia
Talbert, Bruce Kirn, Koilwerine Mcclver,
Harry Doten, Margaret Cooney, Don
Fletcher, Elaine Carpenter, and George
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THE STEVENS SCIENCE FAIR HELD BY THE CHEMISTRY AND
PHYSICS DEPARTMENTS-o group of visitors examines one of the
iiisploys carefully as Charles Rouillard demonstrates.
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SPECIFIC GRAVITY AS MEASURED BY A HYDROMETER with stu-
dents Lynn Bloisdell, Cynthia Talbert, and physics instructor Horry
THE MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE OF SIMPLE MACHINES demon-
strated hy physics student, John Young,to onlookers.
THE TRANSMISSION OF SOUND VIA LIGHT WAVES Clemon-
strated to instructor Harry Moore by William Smith as students
John Young, Bruce Wilson, ond University of New Hompshire
visitor, David Penniman loolc on.
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THE TRACK TEAM with: Mr. George Disnard, coach, Dominic Zotto, Roger Srrout, Michael Zotto, Chcirles Michalenoick, Paul Dansereau
Robert Larurnie, Brian Bogle, Stanley Liirnhru, Michael Weiner, Bruce Kirn, Ronald Petrin, Philip Gilbert, manager. llineelinglz Charles
Fletcher, Ronald Chrostowski, Dick Sanders, Otis Lane, Roy Denault,Art
PROPER STANCE IN HURUNG THE JAVELIN is demonstrated
by senior Paul Danseruau.
Dione, Lou Riviezzo, Alan Roffmon, Paul Morro.
THE HURLING OF THE DISCUS, an age-old sport, is
to teammates by thrower, Ronald Chrostowski.
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THE CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM ready for action. 3RD ROW: Philip Gilbert, Alan Schneider, Gerald McNamara, Ervin
Landry, Robert Hart, John LaRoache, Lealand Hentschel, Peter Gauthier, Kendall Packard, Charles Fletcher, Philip Barton,
Kenneth Cox. 2ND ROW: Lawrence Whittemore, Paul Marro, Bruce Kirn, Charles McKee, Coach George Disnard, Charles
Michalenoick, John Young, Stanley Lumbra. IST ROW: Frank Richmond, Ronald Bastian, David Thompson, Robert Evans, David
O'Haire, Carl Couture, Roger Strout, All-an Roffman.
THE STEVENS' THIN-CLADS IN ACTION-Stanley Lumbru,
Michael Zotto, and Bruce Kirn.
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THE GIRLS' VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM. A successful season under a good coach with Jane Story. Coach Jacqueline Terrell, Diane
Spaulding, Joyce Clarke, Evelyn Perry, June Breton, Rosalind Bailey, Annette Peterson, and Marilyn Minard.
THE JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM. Able supporters and replacements for the Varsity with Janet Stearns, Jane Allen, Coach
Jacqueline Terrell, Kay Karnel, Carol Lane, Sue Ellen Helie, Ann McLaughlin, Eleanor Hilliard, Janice McNamara, Suzanne
Crosby, Patricia Jerard, Carol Morro, Ruhama Crandall, Nancy Hackett, Sarah Hawkins, Lucille St. Cyr, Marilyn Garceau,
Barbara Hall, Lindo L'Heureux, and Carol Couture.
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THE GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. 'IST ROW: Jo Anne Mackie, Carol Klementowicz, Evelyn Perry lco-captainl, Joyce Colby,
Janice Fine, Priscilla Buinicky, Diane Spaulding Kco-captaini, 2ND ROW: Judith Ranta, Lucille McCarthy, Carol Marro, Patricia
Jerard, 3RD ROW: Myrna Wark, Elaine Howe, Coach Jacqueline Terrell, Janet Lawrence, and Beverly Garceau,
THE JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. 'IST ROW: Coach Jacqueline Terrell, Carol Couture lco-captaini, Martha Able lco-
captaini, Suellen Helie, Nancy Dawson. 2ND ROW: Virginia Adams, Jeanne Latountain, Annette Peterson, Marilyn Underwood,
Carilyn Blake, Patricia Bundy, Ruhama Crandall, Ann Atwood, Ann McLaughlin, and Priscilla Jackson.
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THE VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. BACK ROW: John Wadsworth, Louis Riviezzo, Edward Williams, Raymond Narushot, Richard
Bean, Louis Lemieux, Raymond Johnson. 3RD ROW: Dolek Pilot, Norman Bresette, Gordon Gagner, Dominic Zotto, Rodney Brock,
Michael Jangel. 2ND ROW: Coach Clarence Parker, Michael Zotto, James Donahue, Robert Laramie, Francis Kotomski, Charles
Johnson, Alfred Nelson. IST ROW: Richard George, Wayne Stillson, Co-Captain Bruce Levesque, Co-Captain John Baldasaro,
Ronald Chrostowski, Paul Dansereau, and Gale Bastian.
THE STEVENS FOCTBALL SCHEDUl-E ,
Stevens l4 COnCOl'Cl 7
Stevens 34 Lebanon 20 'A
Stevens O Keefle 12
Stevens 6 Springfield 34
Stevens O Laconia 18
Stevens 2 Windsor l.'2
Stevens i3 Newport l3
A CLEAR FIELD AHEAD for James Donahue in the Stevens-
TENSE MOMENTS in the Stevens-Springfield game with Louis
Riviezio carrying the bail.
A COMPLETED PASS caught by Dolek Pilot in the annual clash between
Springfield and Stevens.
Springfield game. Stevens 6, Springfield 34.
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Junior Ronald Agel.
Mt. Sunapee Ski Area, Sophomore Richard Derosiers.
WORDS OF FINAL INSTRUCTION from ski coach, Gordon
Cochran, to Donald O'Brien, Timothy Perry and Christopher
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ON THE COUNTRY CLUB SLOPES, THE STEVENS SKl TEAM, eager elder, Raymond Keating, William Cooney, William Smith John
for another Class B Championship title-Coach Gordon Cochran, Young, Donald O'Brien, David Thompson, Christopher Deurrell Gary
Gerald MacNamara, Ronald Agel, Richard Derosier, David Batch- Elmer, and Timothy Perry.
BOUND FOR AN AETERNOONS PRACTICE ON THE
SLOPES. Excellence in this sport is the result of hours
of painstaking practice under the supervision of a trained
"SAFETY FlRST" IS THE UNALTERABLE MOTTO ON
THE SLOPES. Raymond Keating makes last minute ad
iustments on his harness.
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CHEERFUL AND HAPPY AFTER A SUCCESSFUL SEASON, the var-
sity baseball team: BACK ROW, Manager, Theodore Hopkins, John
Rouillard, Wayne Bedard, Wayne Stillson, Sidney Gold, Charles
Johnson, Dolek Pilot, Marshall Chrostowski, James Donahue, Francis
Kotomski, Rodney Brock, John Baldasaro, Coach Clarence Parker,
FRONT ROW, Roderick Storey, Charles Dole, Victor Bonneville, Paul
Gauthier, James McLaughlin, Robert Silva, Richard Beland, and
CHARLES DOLE PREPARES FOR A CATCH in G close
moment during the Stevens-Keene game, Stevens lO-
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Brattleboro game. Stevens I2-Brattleboro 0.
THE 1955 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Bellows Falls I
STEVENS CRACK PITCHER, BOB SILVA at bat durmg
the Stevens-Brattleboro game.
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WELL-DRILLED AND DISCIPLINED TO LEAD IN DEVELOPlNG Klemenfowicz, June Breton, enore o y
" ' ' ' lc P ' cillu Lesscird, Janice Blish, and Marilyn Mincrd,
SPlRIT, The Varsity Cheer Leaders, Carol Filipowicz, Carol Bunnic y, rms
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KENNETH BOARDMAN AINSWORTH
"He says little but to the purpose."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4p Chorus 2,3,4, Orchestra 1,25 Ski
BETTY JEAN AMELL
"One who never turned her back, but marched straight for-
Chorus 2,3,4p Dance Committee 3,4p Red and Black Staff 4.
EDWARD K. C. ADAMS
"Young in limbs, in iudgment old."
FRANCIS L. ADAMS
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart."
Dance Committee 35 Red and Black Stal? 4.
JOHN GILMAN BALDASARO
"You're our envoy, lead the way and we'll follow."
A Cappella Choir 45 "B" Band lg Varsity Basketball 44 Jun-
ior Varsity Basketball 3, Basketball Manager 25 Varsity Base-
ball 3,4y Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Chorus 3,45 Class Presi-
dent 3,4, Dance Committee l,3g Varsity Football 3,45 Football
Captain 4, Junior Varsity Football if National Athletic Schol-
arship Society 3, Orchestra i,2,3,41 Orchestra President 3,4,
All State Orchestra 3,41 Red and Black Subscription Man-
RICHARD A. BARIL
JOHN M. ATWOOD
"Life is my college. May l graduate well and earn some
"A" Band l,2,3,4, "B" Band if All State Band 3, Basketball
Manager l,2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4.
ROSALIND MAY BAILEY
"Calm of Mind."
"A" Band l,2,3,4, "B" Band i,2g Field Hockey 2,3,4p Or-
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WAYNE R. BEDARD
"An hour for toil, an hour for sport, but for a friend is life
Junior Varsity Basketball I, Varsity Basketball 3,4, .Iunior
Varsity Baseball l,2, Junior Varsity Football l,2, Red and
Black Staff 4.
RONALD ALLEN BELDEN
"A man of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows."
Assembly Committee 4, Bowling i, Chorus l,2,4, Dance Com-
mittee 3, Red ond Black Staff 4.
BRIAN KARL BOGLE
"High-erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy."
A Cappella Choir 3,4, "A" Band 4, Junior Varsity Baseball
l,2, Chorus 3,4, Class Treasurer 2, Dance Committee 3, Red
and Black Staff 4, Track Team 3, Voice of Stevens 2.
RICHARD E. BREED
"Ambition has no risk."
Red and Black Staff 4.
ARTHUR G. BASTIAN
"As true as life and twice as natural."
A Cappella Choir 4, Chorus 3,4, Dramatic Club 3, Junior
Varsity Football l,2, Varsity Football 4, Orchestra i, Ski
"She was ever fair and never proud, had tongue at will yet
was never loud."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
l,2,3,4, "B" Band l, Bowling l, Dance Committee 3, Orches-
tra l,2,3,4, Red and Black Staff 4, Softball 2.
JOYCE ARLENE BENNETT
"Silence more musical than any song."
A Cappella Choir 4, Bowling 2, Chorus l,2,3,4, Orchestra
'l,2,3,4, All State Orchestra 3, Red and Black Staff 4.
LYNNE SANDRA BLAISDELL
"Blessed with temper whose unclouded face can make to-
morrow cheerful as today."
Chorus l, Orchestra l,2,3,4, All State Orchestra 3,4, Red
and Black Staff 4, Softball 2, Voice of Stevens l,2,3.
RICHARD A. BURR
"He's a sure card."
A Cappella Choir l,3,4g Chorus l,3,4y Dance Committee 3f
Red and Black Staff 4.
BEVERLY EDITH BURROUGHS
"Harmony with ev'ry grace plays in the portions of her
Bowling 3,45 Chorus 3,4g Dance Committee 3,4.
ELAINE F. CARPENTER
"Though l am always in haste, l am never in a hurry."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4y Junior Varsity Basketball lg Chorus
i,2,3,45 Field Hockey l,2i Red and Black Staff 4.
HOWARD W: CARR
"Life is a iest, and all things show ity l thought so once, and
now I know it."
BEVERLY JANE BROCK
"To those who know thee not, no words can paint and those
who know thee know all words are faint."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4f Assembly Committee 41 Varsity Bos-
ketball 2, Junior Varsity Basketball lg Chorus l,2,3,4g Dance
Committee 2,35 Field Hockey l,2,3,4p Junior Librarian 2,3,41
Red and Black Stat? 4g Softball l,2i Student Council 3,4.
WALTER G. BROWN, JR.
"Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in."
ROBERT M. BUTMAN, JR.
"He does unto others as he likes others to do unto him."
GEORGE MYRON CALL
"Sometimes witty, often bright, always treats his fellows
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MARGARET MARY COONEY
"Fair friend, you can never be old."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "B" Band I,
Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Chorus l,2,3,4, Dance Commit-
tee 2,3,4, Dramatic Club 2, Field Hockey, Manager 2,3,
Junior Librarian 2,3,4, Red and Black Staff 4, Softball I,
Softball, Manager 2, Voice of Stevens 3.
PATRICIA ANN COURTEMANCHE
"Led by simplicity divine, she pleased, and never tried to
Junior Varsity Basketball I, Chorus 4, Dance Committee 3,4.
RICHARD L. DECAMP
"The courageous captains of compliments."
MARY ELLEN DECKER
"She's always good-natur'd, good-humor'd and free
She dances, she glances, she smiles upon me."
A Cappella Choir I, Junior Varsity Basketball 'l, Bowling l,2,
Chorus 2,3,4, Dance Committee 2,3,4, Red and Black Staff 4.
RONALD P. CHROSTOWSKI
"l know you are laughing in your sleeve."
A Cappella Choir 4, Junior Varsity Baseball 2, Chorus 3,4,
Dance Committee 3, Dramatic Club 2, Varsity Football 3,4,
Junior Varsity Football l,2, National Athletic Scholarship
Society 3, Red and Black Staff 4, Track Team 3,4.
JOYCE A. CLARKE
"The very pink of perfection."
Assembly Committee 4, Junior Varsity Basketball l,2, Chorus
l,2,3,4, Dance Committee l,2,3,4, Field Hockey, Co-Captain
4, Girls State 3, Red and Black Staff 4, Field Hockey 2,3,4.
JACQUELINE M. DANIELS
"To go through life without a smile, to have friends ond
to be a friend."
Assembly Committee 4, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Basketball,
Manager 2, Junior Varsity Basketball I, Field Hockey, Man-
ager 2,3,4, Red and Black Staff 4.
PAUL GENE DANSEREAU
"Reason and iudgment are the qualities ofa leader."
A Cappella Choir 4, Assembly Committee 4, Bowling I,2,3,
Boys State 3, Chorus 3,4, Dance Committee 3, Dramatic Club
3, Varsity Football 3,4, Junior Varsity Football 2, National
Athletic Scholarship Society 3, Red and Black Stal? 4, Track
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LOIS M. DUDLEY
"Those about her-from her shall read the perfect ways of
Assembly Committee 4, Bowling if Chorus 25 Dance Com-
mittee 2,3,4g Junior Librarian 2,3,4, Treasurer-Secretary 4,
Red and Black' Stal? 4.
LAWRENCE AYER EVANS
"He possesses a pleasing and cheerful attitude."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4i "A" Band 2,3,4, "B" Band 2, Bowl-
ing i,2,3,4, Chorus 2.3.4, Red and Black Staff 4.
RONALD HENRY FECTEAU
"His mild expression spoke a mind
ln duty firm, composed, refined."
GLORIA LORRAINE FERGUSON
"A sweet, attractive kind of grace."
Bowling 3, Chorus If Dance Committee 3,4.
RONALD BENJAMIN DEVOYD
"Life is real, life is earnest."
Varsity Football 3, Junior Varsity Football 'lg Red and Black
HARRY G. DOTEN, JR.
"Amazing one small head can carry all he knows."
A Cappella Choir l,2,3,4, "A" Band i,2,3,4g "B" Band if
Band, President 4, Boys State 3, Chorus i,2,3,4g Class Mar-
shal i,2,3, Cross Country if Dance Committee l,2,3, Drum
Maior 2,3,4p Red and Black Staff 4, Student Council 27 Track
BERNARD G. FAIRBANKS
"He has a million dollar smile."
A Cappella Choir 4, Varsity Basketball 45 Junior Varsity
Basketball l,2,3, Chorus l,2,3,4, Dance Committee 2, Dra-
matic Club 2,3, Red and Black Staff 4.
"A horsel a horsel My kingdom for a horsel"
Assembly Committee 41 Chorus l,2,4, Dance Committee 2,35
Red and Black Stal? 4.
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NATHALIE CLAIRE FOREST
"Think you l am no stronger than my sex?"
Dance Committee 45 Dramatic Club 2,35 Red and Black
ROSAMOND ANN GARDNER
"The mirror of all courtesy."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Bowling 25 Chorus 2,3,45 Dance
Committee 3,45 Red and Black Staff 4.
IVEING L. GILCHRIST, JR.
"All mankind are my brethren."
VIRGINIA ARLENE GILCHRIST
"Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars."
Bowling 2,3,45 Chorus 45 Dance Commitee l,2,3,45 Dramatic
Club 2,35 Red and Black Staff 4.
CHARLES B. FLETCHER
"Generosity is the sign of a fine character."
Bowling l,25 Junior Varsity Cross Country 2,3,45 Dance Com-
mittee 35 Red and Black Staff 45 Track Team l,2,3,4.
M. DON FLETCHER
"The great hope of society is individual character."
A Cappella Choir l,2,3,45 "A" Band 'l,2,3,45 .Assembly Com-
mittee 45 "B" Band I5 Varsity Basketball 45 Junior Varsity
Basketball l,2,35 Varsity Baseball 45 Junior Varsity Baseball
25 Boys State 35 Chorus l,2,3,45 Cross Country l,2,35 Dance
Committee l,2,35 Dramatic Club 2,35 National Athletic Schol-
arship Society 35 Red and Black Assistant Editor 4.
AGNES HELEN GEORGE
"ln good-nature nothing earthly could surpass her."
RICHARD R. GEORGE
" A sound mind in a healthy body."
A Cappella Choir 45 Assembly Committee 45 Varsity Football
3,45 Junior Varsity Football 2.
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PAUL E. GREENE
"A lot of joy, a lot of fun5 In him we found that these
A Cappella Choir 45 "A" Band I,2,3,45 All State Band 35
Bowling l,25 Chorus 2,3,45 Dance Committee 35 Orchestra
l,2,3,45 All State Orchestra 35 Red and Black Stott 4.
DAVID J. GUILMETTE
"Ay, every inch a king."
A Cappella Choir 45 "A" Band 3,45 "B" Band lg All State
Band 35 Bowling l,2,35 Chorus 3,45 Dramatic Club 1,25 Jun-
ior Varsity Football 25 Orchestra 3,45 All State Orchestra 35
Red and Black Staff 4.
KENNETH JAMES HAYES
"Here is a dear and true industrious friend."
A Cappella Choir 3,45 Assembly Committee 45 Chorus 2,3,45
Dramatic Club 2,3,45 Red and Black Stat? 45 Ski Team l,2.
RICHARD EARL HERSOM
"His success is due to constancy."
SIDNEY D. GOLD
"Always a good word for everyone."
"B" Band ly Varsity Baseball 45 Junior Varsity Baseball
l,2,35 Bowling l,2,3,45 Dance Committee 35 Red and Black
GLORIA LUCILLE GREEN
"The darling of our crew."
Assembly Committee l,2,35 Varsity Basketball 2,3,45 Junior
Varsity lj Cheerleader 2,3,45 Head Cheerleader 45 Chorus
2,3,45 Dance Committee 2,35 Field Hockey l,2,3.
MARGARET PEARL HALE
"Sober, steadfast, demure."
A Cappella Choir 45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Field Hockey l,2,3,45
COLLEEN MARY HARRIGAN
"Sugar and spice and everything nice."
Asembly 45 "B" Band lj Chorus 2,3,45 Dance Committee
l,2,3,45 Field Hockey 25 Red and Black Stott 4.
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LESLIE M. JONES
"l have a pleasant time with my mind, for it is happy."
Red and Black Staft 4, Voice of Stevens l,2,3.
RAYMOND P. KEATING
"He is not merely a chip oft the old block, but the old block
A Cappella Choir i,2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
l,2,3,4, "B" Band 1, All State Band 3, Chorus l,2,3,4, Cross
Country, Manager 3, Dance Committee i,3, National Ath-
letic Scholarship Society 3, Orchestra l,2,3,4, All State Or-
chestra 4, Red and Black Stott 4, Ski Team 2,3,4, Track
Team, Manager 3.
"He is blessed with a noble memory."
A Cappella Choir 3,4, "A" Band 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Dramatic
Club 2,3, Red and Black Staff 4.
IRENE B. KUKKOLA
"A face with gladness overspreadf'
Red and Black Staff 4.
DEMOREST BOYCE HOWARD
"How charming is thy philosophy?"
Dance Committee 2.
"I am wealthy in my friends."
A Cappella Choir 3, Chorus 3, Cross Country, Manager 3,
National Athletic Scholarship Society 2, Ski Team l,2,3, Track
Team, Manager 3.
EDWARD BRUCE KIRN
"A" Band 2,3,4, "B" Band l, Junior Varsity Basketball l,2,
Chorus 2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3,4, Cross Country, Captain
3,4, Dance Committee 'l,2,3, National Athletic Scholarship
Society 2, National Honor Society 3, Red and Black Staff 4,
Student Council l,2,3,4, Student Council Olticer 2,3,4, Track
"The sparkle in her eyes betrays the imp within."
A Cappella Choir 3, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band l,2,3,
"B" Band 1, All State Band 3, Varsity Basketball 3, Junior
Varsity Basketball 2, Chorus 3,4, Dance Committee l,2,3,4,
Dramatic Club 2,3, Field Hockey l,2,3, Junior Librarian 2,3,4,
President 4, Red and Black Assistant Editor 4, Softball l,2,
Student Council 4, Voice of Stevens 3.
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BARBARA JANE I.eCl.AlR
"Her good humor is certainly an asset."
Junior Varsity Basketball I, Chorus 4, Dance Committee 2,3,4.
GARY E. L'HEUREUX
"A friendly personality."
"A" Band l.
HAZEL ELEANOR LONG
"I will be the pattern of all patience."
DOLORES THERESA LOSWICK
"She's light, happy, and gay."
Assembly Committee l, Bowling 2, Dance Committee 3, Voice
of Stevens, Stott l.
"Wondrous is the strength of cheerfulnessf'
FRANK R. LeBLANC, JR.
"Firm of purpose."
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L. BRUCE LEVESQUE
"l am sure care's an enemy to life."
A Cappella Choir 3,4, Chorus 3,45 Varsity Football 2,3,4,
Football, Captain 4, Junior Varsity Football 'lp National
Athletic Scholarship Society 2, Ski Team l,2, Track Team
LINDA ANN LIZOTTE
"Sweet mercy is nobility's true badge."
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KATHERINE M. MACIVER
"A bright mind, a bright outlook, and a bright lipstick."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
i,2,3,4, "B" Band i, All State Band 4, Chorus i,2,3,4, Class
Secretary 3,4, Dance Committee l,2,3,4, Orchestra l,2,3,4,
Red and Black Staff 4, Softball 2.
JOANNE ELAINE MACKIE
"She is blessed with a cool self-confidence."
A Cappella Choir 3,4, "B" Band i,2, Junior Varsity Basket-
ball 2,3, Chorus l,2,3.,4, Dance Committee i,2,3,4, Softball l.
MARIE L. MCCARTHY
"if you want a friend that's true, I'm on your list."
Varsity Basketball 2,3, Junior Varsity Basketball i, Softball i.
JANET MARY MCCUSKER
"She puts forth in trim array."
A Cappella Choir 3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
'l,2,3,4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Class Secretary i,2, Dance Commit-
tee i,2,3,4, Drum Majorettes i,2,3,4, Head Drum Maiorette
4, Red and Black Staff 4.
STANLEY ALBERT LUMBRA
"God bless the man who first invented sleep."
Assembly Committee 4, Bowling i,2, Cross Country l,2,3,4,
Dance Committee 3, Dramatic Club 2,3, National Athletic
Scholarship Society 2, Red and Black Staff 4, Ski Team 2,
Student Council 4, Track Team i,2,3,4.
BARBARA LOUISE LUNDGREN
"A smile for all-a welcome glad."
Assembly Committee 4, Bowling i,2, Chorus l,3,4, Dance
Committee i,2,3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3, Red and Black Staff 4.
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
lWindsorJ l, lStevensJ 2,3,4, Chorus lWindsori 1, lStevensJ
2,3,4, Dance Committee 3,4, Junior Librarian 3,4, Orchestra
2,3,4, All State Orchestra lWindsorl i, lStevensl 3,4, Red
and Black Staff 4.
FRED RUSSELL MARK
"A kind and gentle heart he has, to comfort friends and
"B" Band 1, Chorus l.
JACQUELINE P. MONGEON
"The friend of all."
Field Hockey i,2,3,45 Softball 3.
KENNETH E. MOORE
"The force of his own merit makes his way."
"A" Band l,2,3,45 "B" Band l.
HAZEL MARY OBORNE
"And more than wisdom, more than wealth-
A merry heart that laughs with care."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 "A" Band l,2,3,45 "B" Band l5
Junior Varsity Basketball i5 Chorus 2,3,45 Dance Committee
l,3,45 Girls State 35 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Red and Black Staff 4.
HELEN MARY PATRICK
"To catch the thrill of a happy voice
And the light of a pleasant eye."
A Cappella Choir 45 Chorus 3,45 Dance Committee 2,3,4.
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GAIL FRANCES McKEE
"A merry heart that laughs at care."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Assembly Committee 45 "B" Band lg
Chorus 2,3,45 Dance Committee 2,35 Dramatic Club 25 Girls
State 35 Orchestra i,3,45 Red and Black Stal? 45 Voice of
MARILYN M. MERCIER
"YesI yesl she has a happy disposition."
Chorus l,25 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Red and Black Staff 4.
DIAN CDINIJ MORRISON
"A dish fit forthe gods."
A Cappella Choir 45 Assembly Committee 45 Cheerleader l
lSt. Francis Academyl5 Chorus l lSt. Francis Academyl, 3
lStevensl5 Dance Committee 2,3,45 Red and Black Staff 45
MARGARET PAULINE MURRAY
"Her open eyes desire the truth,
The wisdom of a thousand years is there."
"A" Band 2,3,45 "B" Band l,2,35 Band, Librarian 2,3,45
Chorus lp Orchestra 2,3,45 Orchestra, Librarian 35 Red and
Black Staff 4.
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DAVID LORENZO PERRY
"T'is wel-I to be merry and wise,-T'is well to be honest
A Cappella Choir 4, "A" Band 3,4, All State Band Manager,
Chorus 3,4, Dramatic Club 3, Orchestra 3,4, All State
Orchestra Manager, Ski Team 3.
BRYCE PIERCE, JR.
"He is a man of splendid abilities."
Dramatic Club 3,4.
JOAN ANN RANSOM
"She doeth little kindnessess which most leave undone."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, Secretary,
"A" Band l,2,3,4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Dance Committee 2,3,
Drum Maiorette i,2,3,4, Head Maiorette 4, Girls State 3,
Red and Black Staff 4.
CHARLES EDWARD ROUILLARD
"Some think the world was made for fun and frolic,-And
so do I."
Bowling 3, Dance Committee 2,3, Dramatic Club 3.
CATHERINE GINE PEDERSON
"As pure as a pearl-And as perfect a noble and innocent
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, "A" Band l,2,3,4, Junior Varsity
Basketball 2, Chorus i,2,3,4, Dance Committee l,2,3,4,
Dramatic Club 3, Drum Malorette l,2,3,4, Head Drum Mai-
orette 4, Red and Black Staff 4.
ROBERT W. PELTON
"As merry as the day is long."
Junior Varsity l,2, Cross Country 3, Track Team l,2,4.
ANNE SHIRLEY PROVENCHER
"Her style is the dress of thoughts."
.lunior Varsity Basketball l, Bowling 2, Chorus l,2,3,
Dance Committee 2,3, Field Hockey 2, Junior Librarian l,2
3,4, Orchestra l,2,3, Red and Black Staff 4, Softball 2.
ELSIE ELVIRA A. PROZZO
"Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Dance Committee 3, Dramatic Club 2,3, Red and Black
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ALICIA A. SAMMON
"I am the very pink of courtesy."
Bowling I,2, Chorus 3, Dance Comittee 2,3,4.
BEVERLY A. SANFORD
"Her voice is very soft, gentle, and low, An excellent
thing in woman."
Chorus I,2,3,4, Dance Committee I,2,3,4, Dramatic Club
2,3,4, Field Hockey 2,3, Red and Black Staff 4.
ROBERT E. SPRANO
"On thy face I see the mark ot honour, truth, and loyalty."
Assembly Committee 4.
WAYNE PAUL STILLSON
"I am as honest as any man living."
A Cappella Choir 4, Varsity Baseball 3,4, Junior Varsity
Baseball l,2, Chorus 4, Varsity Football 3,4, Junior Varsity
THOMAS PAUL ROUILLARD
"When I ope my lips, let no dag bark."
A Cappella Choir 4, "A" Band 4, Junior Varsity Baseball 2,
Chorus 3,4, Dance Committee 3, Red and Black Staff 4,
Ski Team, Manager 3, Student Council Ofiicer 4, Track
WILLIAM L. RYAN
"From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, He is
Varsity Basketball 2.3,4, Junior Varsity Basketball I, Var-
sity Baseball 2,4, Dance Committee 2,3, Red and Black Staff
4, Voice of Stevens Stott I,2,3.
BEVERLY ANN SEVENE
"Silence more musical than any song."
WILLIAM BROWNLEE SMITH
"Our contribution to the Held of science."
Boys' State 3, Class Treasurer I,2,4, Dance Committee 2,3,
Dramatic Club I,2,4, Varsity Football 3, Junior Varsity
Football 2, National Athletic Scholarship Society 2, National
Honor Society 3, Red and Block Stott 4, Ski Team l,2,3,4,
Student Council Member 3.
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"What's in a name?"
FRED C. SULLIVAN
"True as the needle to the pole, or as the sun to the dial,"
Ski Team I.
CYNTHIA ESTHER TALBERT
"What you are to be,-Yau are now becoming."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
l,2,3,4, "B" Band I, All State 3, Band Librarian 3,4, Var-
sity Basketball 2,3, Junior Varsity Basketball I, Chorus
I,2,3,4, Dance Committee 3, National Honor Society 3,
Orchestra I,2,3,4, Orchestra Librarian 3,4, Red and Black
Editor-in-Chief 4, Student Council 3.
WAYNE B. THALASINOS
"Happy, carefree, and gay,-Ne're a bitter word doth he
ARTHUR E. STORER
"Always willing and anxious to help."
P. ROGER STROUT
"He hath a heart as sound as a bell."
Bowling l,2, Cross Country l,2,3,4, Manager 4, Junior
Varsity Cross Country I,2,3, Dramatic Club 3, Red and
Black Staff 4, Track Team l,2,3,4.
IONA SYLVIA SWEET
"Daughter of the gods, divinely tall."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, "A" Bond i,2,3,4, "B" Band I,
Chorus 3,4, Dance Committee l,2,3, Red and Black Staff 4,
ELAINE A. SWEETSER
"Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit."
A Cappella Choir i,2,3, Chorus i,2,3,4, Dance Committee 4
Red and Black Stat? 4.
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"Everyone is his friend, and he is a friend to all."
A Cappella Choir 4, Assembly Comittee 4, Junior Varsity
Baseball 2, Bowling 2, Chorus 4, Dance Commitee 3, Foot-
ball Manager 3,4, Red and Black Staff 4, Ski Team 2,3,4.
MYRNA PATRICIA WARK
"Softness and sweet attractive grace."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Assembly Committee 4, Basketball
Manager 4, Bowling I, Chorus I,2,3,4, Dance ComTnittee
l,2,3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3, Field Hockey 3, Red and Black
Staff 4, Softball Manager 4.
CAROL JOSEPHINE WILSON
"Da you not know I am a woman?" "When l think, l
Chorus I,3,4, Dance Committee 4, Dramatic Club 3, Red
and Black Staff 4.
ALMA LOCKWOOD WRIGHT
"She openeth her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue
is the law of kindness."
Assembly Committee 4, Chorus l,2,3,4, Dance Committee
3,4, Orchestra I,2,3,4, Red and Black Stalf 4.
OTIS H. VAUGHN
"How much more elder art thou than thy looks."
Bowling 2, Red and Black Staff 4.
BETTY LOU VOUDRIEN
"A quiet mind makes one richer than a crown."
A Cappella Choir 4, Assembly Committee 4, Basketball
Manager l, Bowling 2, Chorus 3,4, Dance Committee 4.
MARGIE CAROLYN WENTZELI.
"A beautiful fountain of youth-That bubbles forth nothing
but ioy and truth."
Varsity Basketball I,2, Dance Committee 4, Red and Black
Staff 4, Softball I.
RONALD C. WHITTEMORE
"Still waters run deep."
Track Team 3, lThornton Academyl.
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JOHN RAWSTRON YOUNG
"Every man has his fault, and honesty is his."
A Cappella Choir l,2,fi,4, Assembly Committee 4, "A" Band
i,2,3,4, "B" Band I, Boys State 3, Chorus l,2,3,4, Cross
Country I,2,3,4, Dance Committee 1,35 National Athletic
Scholarship Society 2, Orchestra l,2,3,4, All State Orches-
tra 3,4, Red and Black Staff 4, Ski Team i,2,3,4, Ski Team
Captain 3, Track Team l,2,3,4,
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On the hillside, here by the grave, all is calm and serene. At
the foot of the hill a car slowly motors by, hardly audible from our
distant position. Flowing smoothly just beyond the road, a stream
can be seen but not heard. A large maple, dressed in the dull gold
of iust-after-loliage-peak-time, is silhouetted against an ancient red
barn on a neighboring hillside. The very clouds seem motionless as
the late-afternoon sun slips slowly from sight. The soft mass, which
generously carpets the entire cemetery, cushions us as we sit. Looking
at but not seeing the scene before us, we are enveloped in a sod-
dened silence and a depressing loneliness. From us there is not
a stir for we are deeply absorbed in thought, trying, perhaps, to
garner from nature an answer for the recent tragedy or reflecting
upon our feelings of the last few days. Shock at first-then sadness
followed by intense grief-finally this complete emptiness and deep
melancholy and the ever-present question, "Why?" But we must
leave our thoughts and this lovely place, for the ride back to
Claremont will be a long one, and the shadows now cover everything.
M. Don Fletcher '56
GRADUATES ARE INDUCTED INTO THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY by
Willard Rollins-Jean Lambert, Arthur Dionne, John Jones, Barbara Gellis,
and Carol Jarvis.
THE BAUSCH AND LOMBE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE is awarded
to Salufaforian Paul Gauthier by Principal Edgar L. Lord.
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THE ADVANCES MADE IN MODERN MEDICINE was the timely topic chosen
for the Valediciory speech by Dorynne Czechowicz,
A DIPLOMA WELL EARNED is awarded To Dorynne Czechowicz by Super-
intendent of Schools, F. Lester Trofron.
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THE END OF FOUR YEARS OF PREPARATION QS Joy Mocicie receives her
diploma from Superintendent of Schools, F. Lester Trofton,
A TEA FOR THE SENIORS was given by the Home Economics Department-
Robert Townsend, Joan Murphy, Arthur Dionne, Judith Nchil, John Tucker
Marie Dion, ond Martha Thompson.
PETER, PETER, PUMPKIN EATER, ihe floor of the class of 1939 i
THE WEEK-END ALL LOYAL ALUMNI LOOK FORWARD TO-Cn
exhibit of historical interest to graduates in the windows cf Houghion
eeping with iheme of nursery rhymes.
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A MERRY OLD SOUL WAS HE-OLD KING COLE-the float of the class of 1929.
HERE WE GO AROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH-the float of the class of l94I passes down Pleasant Street
during the annual Alumni Day parade.
ALL COPY FOR THE l956 EDITION OF "THE RED AND BLACK" is prepared by the typing stafl-Ibackl Betty Amell, Nathalie Forrest,
Rosamond Gardner, Joyce Bennet, Margaret Murray, Catherine Pedersen, Joan Ransom, Mariorie Wentzell, Irene Kuklcola, Myrna Wark
Anne Provencher, Carol Wilson, Marilyn Mercier, Sondra Kirn.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SPONSORSHIP CAMPAIGN IN RED AND BLACK HISTORY was carried on by this staff under the sponsorship
of John Sideris-istandingi Ronald Belden, Bernard Fairbanks, Kenneth Hayes, Sidney Gold, Stanely Lumbra, Richard Burr, Brian Bogle,
Paul Greene, Thomas Rouillard, John Young, Raymond Keating, Lawrence Evans, Charles Fletcher, and IseatedI Beverly Brock, Marilyn
Bayer, Roger Strout, Diana Morrison, Carol Wilson, Myrna Warlc, Barbara Feary, and Jacqueline Daniels with Advisor John Sideris.
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RECEIVING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE I956 ISSUE, THE RED AND BLACK ART STAFF-Len Winsor IAmerican Yearbook Representa-
tivei, Wayne Bedard, John Koziell, Mary-Ellen Decker, Barbara Lundgren, Sally-Jane Maranville, Hazel Obarne, Margaret Cooney,
William Smith, Don Fletcher, Alma Wright, Bruce Kirn, Richard Breed, David Guilmette, Sandra Kirn, Cynthia Talbert, Sandra Blaisdell,
Ronald Chrostowski, Otis Vaughn, Paul Dansereau, Ronald DeVoyd, Elaine Carpenter, Joyce Clarke, Colleen Harrigan, and Normand
THEIR JOB IS TO SELL THE RED AND BLACK WITHIN THE SCHOOL-THE RED AND BLACK SUBSCRIPTION STAFF-John Baldasaro
Elaine Sweetzer, Beverly Sanford, Janet McCusl4er, Gail McKee, and Lois Dudley.
The Staff of the I956 "RED AND BLACK" wishes to acknowledge with gratefulness the excellent cooperation of the
merchants of Claremont, and the friends and alumni of Stevens High School who have made possible our yearbook
publication. Special thanks go to Jack Titchen for his continued help in obtaining the pictures of athletic events.
Adam Electronic, lnc.
Kenneth Agan's Barber Shop
Agel-Carman Furniture Co.
Aiken Construction Co.
Fred Allen, Jeweler
American Legion Auxiliary, Claremont Unit 29
American Legion Post 29
American Plate Glass Co.
Arco Oil Co.
Arel Bras. Furniture 81 Upholstery
The Great Atlantic 81 Pacific Tea Company
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Atwood
Avenue Repair Shop
L, G. Balfour Ring Co.
Barb's Beauty Shop
Barnes, Rouillard, 8- McPherson, lnc.
O. H. Beauregard, Real Estate 81 Contractor
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Belden
Berkeley Stores, lnc.
Blewitt's Service Station
Blondin Funeral Home
Boardway 81 Cowles
George Boccia's Fruit Store
Bonnie Beauty Salon
Dr. H. D. Bourdon
Bourdon's New Haven Mattress Mfg. Co.
Breault's General Store
Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Breed
Broad Street Inn
Brodeur's Washing Machine Repair Service
Buena Vista Dairy Bar
Burbee's Garage, lnc.-Ford Dealers
Burbee's Nash Sales 8- Service
Bush Music Studio
Camera Shop of Hanover, Inc., Savings Bank Building.
Claremont, N. H.
Caron Brothers Grocery
C. Warner Carpenter, Windsor Ave., Claremont
Carroll's Cut-Rate Cosmetics
Catholic Daughters of America
Central Beef Co.
Charlie's Shell Service Station
E. T. Chase Motor Sales, Hudson
Chateau School of Music
Claremont Army 81 Navy Stores
Claremont Bowling Lanes-A. 8- J. Shostak
Claremont B.P.O.E. 879
Claremont Cleansers, Inc. and Shirt Launderers
Claremont Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Claremont Compressed Steel Co.-Always Buying Light
Iron and Tin
Claremont 81 Concord Railway
Claremont Cooperative Bank
Claremont Drive-ln Theatre, lnc.
Claremont Emblem Club 26
Claremont Federated Business and Professional Women's Club
Claremont Finance Corporation
Claremont Fire Department
Claremont Furniture Co.
Claremont Grange No. 9
Claremont Heel Co.
Claremont Motor Co., lnc.
Claremont National Bank
Claremont Paper Mill
Claremont Police Department
Claremont Rotary Club
Claremont Savings Bank
Claremont Steam Laundry 81 Sanitone Dry Cleaners
Claremont Waste Manufacturing Co.
Claremont Woven Label Co., lnc.
Class of I957
Class of i958
Class of 1959
Clyde 81 Kit's Esso Service
Connecticut Valley Electric Co., lnc.
Courtemanche T. V. Sales 8- Service
Dr. Marcel D. Coutu, Optometrist
Coy Paper Company
Dr. Irving Crandall
Ralph V. Crosby
Cross 81 Currier Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Currier
Albert L. Cushion Agency, Inc.
D .W. Cushion Insurance Agency
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Cutting
Dade Sundial Shoes
D'Amante's Fruit Store
Dan's Shoe Service
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Daniels
DanieI's Toggery Shop
Dansereau's Gulf Station
Dartmouth Woolen Mills, Incorporated
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Davis
Davis 8. Symonds Lumber Co.
C. E. Densmore Co., Wholesale Grocers
Dr. Porter C. Dexter
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dillon
Paul Dion's Barber Shop
Merrill Dodge, Real Estate
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Donovan
J. Dickert Donovan
Elite Beauty Shop
Endicott-Johnson Shoe Co.
Esersky's Hardware and Plumbing Supplies
Dr. Joseph Esersky
Dr. P. D. Estabrook, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Evans
Mrs. Charlotte H. Fairbanks
Fairlea Farms Dairy
The Fashion Shop, Mary Bosley
Nelson C. Fought Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Adelard Fecteau
Dr. William Ferriter
First National Stores
M. H. Fishman Co.
Fiske Free Library
Fieldheim Lodge l59, Scandinavian Fra
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Fletcher
W. J, Fluette General Store
Fluette Oil Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Forest Sr.
Foster Beef Co.
Frances Beauty Shop
Compliments of a Friend
Gardner's Welding Service
General Automatic Products Co., Inc.
Ray Genereux Real Estate Agency
Mr. Alfred L. George
Get The Best-Get Sealtest
Gilbert 8: Weston Insurance, Inc.
J. P. Goddard Bakery Company
Godek's News Shop 81 Fountain Service
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gold-Class of '28
The Gown Shop-Rose M. Riley
Greenwood's Atlantic Service Station
Hadley 8- Son Lumber Co.
Lester Hale, Plumbing Service
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton
Hardy Brothers, Builders
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrigan
H. D. Harris Co.
Harry's Shoe Barn
Bernard P. Haubrich, M.D.
Leonard Haubrich, V.M.D. Small Anima
Wilson R. Haubrich, V.M.D. Large Anim
David Heller Company
ternity of America
Lawrence A. Hicks, Representing A. M. Kidder 8m Co.,
Members New York Stock Exchange
Dr. Deane A. Hilliard
Dr. Ray K. Hodgkins
Holland Furnace Co.
H. P. Hood Sr Sons, Inc.
Dr. A. R. Horne
Houde's Barber Shop
Houghton 8. Simonds
Arthur E. Howe, Class of l906
Howe Motor Co., Inc.
Hunt's Service Station
Duncan U. Hunter, Earthmoving Contractor
A. 81 A. J. Hutcheon, lnc.
Jim's Y.D. Station
J. C. Johnson Lumber Co.
Jones Food Shoppe
Josten's-Len Winsor, Representative
Joy Manufacturing Company
Keating insurance Incorporated
Dr. Charles F. Keeley
KimbaIl's Inc. -
J. H. Kiniry
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kirn Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Konstanty Koziell
Dr. Stanley J. Kuk
La Deau's Furniture Shop
Lambert's Toy Castle
Dr. A. J. Landry
Omer F. Landry, Plumbing 81 Heating
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Leahy
Mr. and Mrs. George D. LeClair Sr.
B. R. Lewin, M.D.
O. H. Lewis Co., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Lord
Lorraine's Beauty Shoppe
Ludlow Rubber Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Lumbra
J. R. MacDonald
Dr. and Mrs. Colin A. Maclver
Mackintosh Inc., Insurance
Marion's Apparel Shop
N. C. Marro, Heating and Plumbing
Marshall Insurance Agency
George E. Mathews 81 Son, Electricians
Robert G. Maxfield, M.D.
McBride Car and Home Supplies
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCusker
The Men's Shop
Merit Clothing Company
Loyal Order of Moose i2Oi
Women of the Moose, Claremont, N. H.
Melodie Morrill's Dance Studios
Mountain View Market
Joe Mozewko's Store
For Everything Musical-The Music Box
J. J. Newberry Co.
Dr, Francis H. Nolin
O'Brien's Moving 8- Storage Service "Formerly C. E. Kelton"
Douglas E. Page, General Contractor
Parisian Dry Cleaning Co.
Dr. F. C. Parmenter, Chiropractor
Paul's Shoe Store
Peoples National Bank
E. C. Peterson
F. K. Phillips
Compliments of Mrs. Marion Phillips
Polish-American Citizens Club
Powers Shoe Co., Inc.
Presto Grain Co.
Farmer Putnam's Gardens 81 Greenhouses
Queen Shop, "Country Store Clothes"
Quimby 8- Quimby lnc.
Rand, Ball, 8. King Co.
Rand's News Depot
Reed Bros. Equipment Co.-John Deere Sales 81 Service
Dr. Herman Rice, Optometrist
Ring's Barber Shop
Rock-A-Bye Baby Shop
Rogers Motor Co.
"Uncle Karl" Rund
Sammon's Taxi Service
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Schneider
John Scobl, Contractor
Schnyer's Auto Body Shop
Sears Roebuck and Co.
Silhouette Beauty Salon
Simms Motor Company
Skill's Barber Shoppe
James D. Skillen, M.D.
Smalley's Electric Service
Smith Auto Sales Co., Inc.
Smith's Studio, Photographer for the "Red and BIack"
S. 81 O. Oil Co., lnc.
Dr. Pauline Spear
The Sportsman's Store
Standard Automotive Stores
Dr. C. M. Stearns
Stevens Drug Store
Stevens High School Alumni Association
Stevens High School Student Council
The Caroline Stoughton Bookshop
Dr. W. F. Stuart
Style Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan-Best Wish
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Sweet
Taft Bros, Texaco Service Station
Ralph H. Tenney, Rurlgas Service
es to the Class
R. Theodore Inc.-Distributors of Chiquita Bananas
Mr. and Mrs. Merton E. Thompson
Ray E. Titus, Machine Shop Work
Tot and Teen Shop
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lester Trafton
Trottier's Radio 81 T V Service
Tumble lnn Diner
United Steelworkers of America, C.l.O. Local No. 2944
United Tool and Stamping Co.
Utilgas Corp.-Claremont Gas Bi Light Co.
Valley Clothing Co.
Valliere Rexall Drugstore
Vanity Beauty Salon
Veteran's Cleaners, lnc.
Oliver Lacasse Auxiliary, V. F. W.
Oliver Lacasse Post 808, V. F. W.
Wainshal Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Earle Wark
Way School Parent-Teacher Association
Western Auto Associate Store
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Whittemore
Wild Goose Lodges at Lake Sunapee
Wilfred Beauty Salon
William T. Wilmot D.M.D.
The Winner Hotel
The Woman's Shop
Gary Wood's Texaco Station
Woodman Chapter 26, Order of the Eastern Star
F. W. Woolworth Co.
World War Mothers, Chapter 4
Double You Tee Ess Vee
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Young
Ted Yurek's Shell Chateau
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