Stevens High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Claremont, NH)
- Class of 1959
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"WE FACE THE CHALLENGE"
Table of Contents
3. The Foreword
4. The Theme Essay
6. The Message from the Superintendent
7. The Message from the Principal
10. The Class Oliicers
12. The Honor Society
13. The Student Council
14. Boys' State
15. Girls' State
16. The Assembly Committee
18. The St. Paulis Scholars
19. The Faculty
26. The Band
28. The Choir
30. The Orchestra
32. The Senior Play
34. The Future Teachers of America
35. The Junior Librarians
36. The Stentor
37. The Dramatic Club
38. The Distributive Education Clubs of America
40. Home Economics
42. Manual Arts
44. The Junior Prom
48. The Spring Track Team
49. The Cross Country Team
50. The Girls' Hockey Team
51. The Girls' Athletic Association
52. The Girls' Jasketball Team
54. The Football Team
56. The Basketball Team
58. The Ski Team
60. The Baseball Team
62. The Cheerleaders
66. The Class of 1959
92. The Yearbook Staffs
94. The Sponsors
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The Editors of the 1959 Red and Black - Co-Editors Carl Couture and
Carol Couture 5 Assistant-Editors Rodney Tenney and Carol Jewell.
A great challenge is faced by the young men and women of today. WVe, the Class
of 1959, are about to face this challenge. An understanding, willing, and capable
faculty have labored earnestly and unreservedly to enrich our lives with knowledge.
This is the basic factor necessary for our success in the outside world into which we
shall"now venture. A
Instilled with principles which are in keeping with the high standards set by our
teachers and advisdrs and with a deep sense of respect and obligation to the many
loyal alumni of our .beloved Stevens, we face the challenge, prepared, resourceful,
and unafraid. .
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We Face the Challenge!
Through these portals to face the challenge of the future have
passed nearly four thousand graduates of Stevens High School.
Are we ready to face the challenge?
That is the most pertinent question when
graduation draws near. The Class of 1959,
perhaps more than the classes of the past,
because of the high standards of today has
a greater task and a heavier responsibility
for fully answering this challenging ques-
tion. Upon our graduation from High
School, we shall have completed the main
step in our preparation towards facing the
challenge. During the past twelve years,
we the graduates, have furthered our
knowledge yearly to a greater extent. We
started by learning the basic fundamentals
of the three Ris. Through the use of these
fundamentals, we gradually began to
understand the people and the many ac-
tivities going on around us each day. As
the years progressed and our knowledge
increased, we encountered many new ex-
periences as we became participants in our
nation's program. As Seniors, we now
begin to realize how important this earlier
schooling has been and how much it has
contributed to our present status. Although
our present standing is largely due to our
past schooling, the urge for higher edu-
cation had to be present. When one grad-
uates and receives a diploma, he has
achieved a worthy goal.
Graduation is like the trunk of a tree
with its many outreaching branches. A
graduate wishes to climb to the top but
finds many obstacles along his way. On
the pathway to success one often makes
many wrong decisions which must be re-
considered and often changed. The num-
ber of opportunities is great and must be
carefully observed so that one may obtain
the position that suits him best. Many of
us will take additional steps to achieve
these positions by attending college or
other schools of advanced learning. Others
will fulfill their obligation to their country
by entering the service First before decid-
ing on any definite occupation or field of
work whereas some immediately begin
working on their particular career or field
of interest. Because of individualism, many
various lields are being expanded or dis-
covered through the research, progress,
and advancement of the people.
A college diploma represents an exten-
sive amount of hard work. It is also a very
high grade of education and a key to a
successful life. Many advantages accom-
pany one who has received such a degree.
In this day and age, the standards of em-
ployment are largely based upon the
amount of education one has received.
One must have confidence and faith in his
own ability and willingness to work
toward such a goal. After finally achiev-
ing this, he realizes that there is no limit
to onels education. Education continues
throughout life for one can never learn all
there is to know.
Our education today has many ad-
vantages over that of the past generations
because of the constant efforts of our an-
cestors in recent years. They have de-
veloped many new methods to modernize
and improve our schools for our welfare.
Through their efforts our realm of knowl-
edge has been highly elevated and
broadened. We, of the present generation,
shall strive to the best of our ability to
continue these progressive advancements
in the Held of education so that our chil-
dren will have better opportunities, just
as our parents have provided for us.
In facing the challenge, we challenge
ourselves in our education. We are about
to enter into a new phase of life which
will test our strength, endurance, and
ability to succeed. Responsibility will now
be greater and in the near future, one
knows that he will be required to support
himself and eventually his family in most
instances. There are many necessary sacri-
fices that we will have to make. Difhculty
and sorrow will undoubtedly be included,
but happiness and success should prevail
if one does not expect failure and faces
the challenge with renewed enthusiasm
and determination. Through all our trials
and tribulations, we shall forever hold
high the motto of Stevens High School -
"Palma non sine pulveref' We shall never
forget our wonderful school after we take
one of the biggest steps in our lives as We
Face The Challenge.
Carol and Carl Couture
The Stevens High School flag carries high its proud motto, graduates
face their challenge with the knowledge that there is no victory se-
cured with a struggle.
TO THE CLASS OF 1959
My sincere congratulations to you on having successfully
completed the prescribed program of studies at Stevens
Your theme "We Face the Challenge" is well chosen.
I am sure each of you realizes your responsibility for your
home, your community, your state and your nation. The
challenge for the future is to keep all of these intact. This
will not be easy. Much has happened in the past decade,
and much will happen in the next that will have a de-
cided influence on these social institutions and on your
lives. How well you have prepared yourselves in the past four
years and how established your goals are for the years to
come will determine whether or not you will make a con-
tribution to the society in which you live. Choose your field
of work carefully, develop a respect for it and yourselves,
apply yourselves to the utmost of your abilities. The suc-
cesses that you will achieve will be the result of hard workg
nothing worthwhile comes easily.
I have every confidence that we shall be proud of the
Class of 1959.
I wish you much success and happiness in the years
Superintendent of Schools
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MR. NEWELL J. PAIRE, SUPERINTENDENT
OF SCHOOLS in Claremont, has completed his
first year as administrative head of the city schools.
During this time he has won the respect of
teachers and townspeople by the vigorous and just
manner in which he has met the numerous prob-
lems that arise in a school system sewing nearly
three thousand students.
NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK was cele-
brated in a unique way by the Claremont Pub-
lic Schools. A parade was held of all school
personnel including the administration, the
clerical help, school custodians, the Stevens
Band and the Junior High School Band and
nearly three thousand students. This parade
demonstrated convincingly to several thou-
sand onlookers the growth in school popula-
tion and personnel that has taken place in the
past few years.
LORD, PRINCIPAL OF
HOOL, has for several years
bf several thousands of Ste-
g these years he has become
and throughout New Hamp-
eihciency as an administra-
the high degree of discipline
students and the intense
CHQOL was the largest
the parade held :is Clare-
of National Education
ll over the nation Stevens
reased its enrollment dur-
irs, The class of l959 to
ndred and forty-four is the
5 history. The total enroll-
ied nearly seven hundred
that is will soon surpass
TO THE CLASS OF 1959
Every clay good teachers are issuing challenges to their
pupils, although those challenged may not recognize them
as such. But the manner in which they are met in class-
rooms very clearly indicates how each young man or
woman is going to react to the challenges of a lifetime.
The student who has given up when a subject or assign-
ment seemed difficult will probably miss the richness and
growth engendered by overcoming obstacles in his future
whenever the going gets rough.
Perhaps it is too much to hope that we, the faculty and
administration of Stevens High, have helped to prepare
each of you to face life in the spirit of surmounting and
profiting from the experiences, good and bad, that surely
are ahead of you. However, I do hope so. With enthusiasm
and courage, bolstered by faith in Almighty God, there are
no limits to the goals you may set yourselves.
Edgar L. Lord,
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We Face the Challenge of Today,
THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS joyfully accept their duties in leading their class
through its Hrst year at Stevens: Kathleen McLaughlin, Karol Blish, Sandra Bostwiek, and
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS confidently undertake the many tasks of their
second year in our school: Eileen Ferriter, Carol Brown, Shirley Davis, and Scott Fitz.
the Challenge of Twentieth Centur Mans
THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS look forward to the biggest event of the year, the Junior
Prom: Theodore Ruest, Cynthia Reed, Patricia Goodhue, and James Mozden.
THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS set out to make their last year at Stevens one that
will always be remembered. With joy and some regret they look forward to receiving
their diplomas: Wesley MCNair, David O,Haire, joan Chrostowski, and Ann Mc'Lz1ughlin.
With Honor and Integrity We Face It
PROUD ACHIEVEMENT IS RECOGNIZED - These members of the Honor Society
were announced at the Class Day exercises this last June. They all have the right to be ex-
tremely proud of their achievements completed by their Junior year here at Stevens which
have made them eligible for this honor. - Rodney Tenney, Edward Engel, Virginia John-
son, Judith Arlin, Patricia Roundy, Carol Couture, and Carl Couture.
The highest award that can be bestowed upon a student of Stevens High School
is to be included in the membership of the National Honor Society, To be admitted
to this select group a student must be well-rounded and intelligent. Those who are
qualified on both scholastic ability and extra-curricular activities are chosen. The
first qualification is the rank according to the class average scholastically. These
same students are then arranged by their participation in outside activities. These
are scored by the time spent in each. The two ranks are averaged and from that Hnal
analysis about 152 of the class is chosen. This year the society is awarding schola
ships for members on a competitive basis. The honor that accompanies the adv
sion to such a carefully selected society is one to feel proud of and to cherish.
Under the Aegis of Elected Leaders,
UNDER THE ABLE DIRECTION OF MR. WAYNE S. GRAY, THE STUDENT COUN-
CIL discharges its responsibilities throughout the school year. Sponsorship of worthwhile ac-
tivities results in just rewards and enjoyment for all. - STANDING: Mr. Wayne S. Gray,
Robert Buckly, Jerry Belski, John Litevich, Kalman Winer, Maureen O'Donnell, Jayne Denis,
Sylvia Diamond, SITTING: Stephen Mudgett, Marilyn Garceau, jill Morrison, Suzanne
Ladeau, Margaret Kimball, Laurie Soper, Donna Peoples.
The incumbent Student Council of Stevens High School has tried to be more
authoritative and creative in their term of ofhce than other councils in the past. Our
ofhcers and members have always been interested in good government. Under-
standing the needs of the students, the council promoted unity and cooperation of
pupils and teachers in extra-curricular activities of the school. Under the excellent
guidance of Mr. Wayne S. Gray, the faculty advisor, the members of the student gov-
ernment have learned the principles of government functions.
The council is comprised of fourteen members: Hve seniors, four juniors, three
sophomores and two freshmen. President Marilyn Garceau presided over each meet-
ing. The council held regular meetings every other Thursday at which times they
passed bills or discussed specific subjects directed to them. This group joined the
regional Student Council which discusses prominent problems of all councils in the
Twin State Valley.
ment were introduced to an enthusiastic assembly.
With Faith in the Peerless Worth
ALL SMILES - William Fennessy, Edward Engel, Theodore Marek, William Gallagher,
and Philip Barton show their approvement of their stay at Durham. Boys' State played an
important roll this summer for these boys as they learned about their government with other
high school boys from all over New Hampshire.
On the twenty-second of June one hundred and seventy-six boys invaded the
campus of the University of New Hampshire. Sharing rooms in Hetzel and Fairchild
Halls, these delegates to the 1958 session of New Hampshire Boys' State embarked
upon a week of concentrated study of the State government. By means of lectures
and participation in mock assemblies, the many facets of state and local govern-
The delegates to Boys' State were
the Whigs, and into two towns, the
Campaigning for the various offices
posters and signs of all descriptions
band concerts were given by the two
divided into two parties, the Federalists and
Town of Liberty and the City of Freedom.
was fast and furious. Speeches were made,
were hung in every conceivable place, and
parties. Riding to victory, Peter Barrett from
Keene was elected governor in the final contest.
On Saturday, June 28, 1958, graduation was held, and diplomas were presented
to each delegate. Everyone had enjoyed a week filled with learning and with fun.
by Edward Engel
Of 0ur Traditional Democratic Institutions
EYES ON THE SUBJECT - Ann McLaughlin takes over as typist as Patricia Roundy,
Chrisetta Thompson, Sara Trembly, Jill Morrison, Joan Chrostowski, and Marilyn Garceau
look on. They benefited greatly from their stay at U. N. H. and made many new friends with
the girls who attended Girls' State.
As I arrived at U. N. H. on June 29, I did not know that the week would hold
such a thrilling and worthwhile adventure for me. Every day was a new experience.
At the start we were divided into two political parties and into senators and repre-
sentatives. We heard lectures by prominent people on parliamentary procedure, on
city and state government, on civil defense, and on court procedure. We set up our
own governments , we held our own elections 5 and we made our own laws as realis-
tically as possible. We had party platforms and carried out extensive campaigning
for our gubernatorial candidates. In spite of all the work we had time for recreation.
My week at Granite Girls, State taught me to appreciate the work of the people in
our government and the value of doing one's own little part in making a better world
with "a lasting peace for every manf'
by Ann McLaughlin
ith a Deep and Burning Desire
KI - IEP'
FUNCTIONING SMOOTHLY AND EFFICIENTLY, the assem-
bly committee, composed of members of the senior class under the
competent supervision of Mr. Raymond LeBouthillier, provides the stu-
dent body with interesting and varied programs. The work of this
committee is a vital link in the chain of school activities which is im-
portant to all the students. Lawrence Wight, Philip Barton, John Lite-
vich, David Thompson, Margaret Kehoe, Suellen Helie, and Mr.
"NEXT ON OUR PROGRAM-," announces David Thompson, a mem-
ber of the assembly committee. Principal Edgar Lord and Mr. LeBouthillier
calmly await their turn at the rostrum.
to Know the Truth As It Is,
HELPING HANDS AND CAPABLE DIREC-
TION result in the many accomplishments of the
assembly committee. All the members cooperate
in carrying out their many tasks, The final result
is a satisfaction in worth-while activity. Margaret
Kehoe, David Thompson, and Lawrence Wight.
"I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE
FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES
OF AMERICA," - these words, a part
of the Hag salute, are an integral part
of all our assemblies. Here john Litevich
leads his fellow students in this exercise.
Suellen Helie, Lawrence Wight, Mar-
garet Kehoe, and David Thompson.
INTENT AND INTERESTED, these
members check a controversial point in
a potential program. Harmony and
originality are necessary qualities for an
efficient assembly committee. David
Thompson, Suellen Helie, Margaret
Kehoe, Philip Barton, Lawrence Wight,
and John Litevich.
With a Profound Thirst for Knowledge
DISCUSSING A POINT -- The boys who brought back high recognition from St, Paul's
School gather for a talk in the hall. Stevens was honored to have such a representation at
this great experience in education. - Jerome Goggin, Kalman Winer, Bernard Folta, Stephen
Mudgett, Robert Giles, Rodney Tenney.
One day in October 1957, the quiet routine of our third year at Stevens was
suddenly enlivened by a brochure which we received from St. Paul's School in Con-
cord, New Hampshire. It explained a brand new plan in education whereby male
students from New Hampshire high schools could apply for enrollment in a six
weeks' summer course to be given at St. Paul's School under the auspices of the state.
It was to be known as the Advanced Studies Program.
Although scholarships were available, the invitations to apply for membership
were accepted with varying degrees of fervor. Some students, less daring perhaps,
hesitated, while others responded immediately.
I had once been to a New England Drama Festival at St. Paulis. I well remem-
bered the beauty of the school's campus, and the stately splendor of the Memorial
Hall where the plays were presented. At that time, my dream of ever studying there
seemed extremely remote. Now I was being asked to fill out an application form for
admittance to this fine school. The requirements were strict. There were essays to
write and recommendations to be secured. Then, in November, came the biggest
hurdle - the personal interview, Finally, on Sunday, June 22, the big day came
when six of us from Stevens arrived at St. Paul's School. We worked hard, but we
were happy and very grateful for this opportunity which has so greatly enriched our
Revealed to Us by Men and omen,
A MOMENT OF RESPITE -W Enjoying 21 ehnt before the bell in the Stevens' library are
blziry-June Perry. B.Ed. Keene Teziehers' College, :tn English III teneher: Ennnzl Swett. B,Ed.
Keene Teuehers' College, Horne Eeoroinies teneher: Carol Loiselle. B.Ecl, Keene Teachers,
College. tezxeher of Home ECOIlUlllli'SQ :ind Leona Tremblay, LS. Sinnnons. the Stevens' li-
HAPPY XVITII THEIR NVORK - Jcvseph Mzliolzi. BS. lthzxezi, teneher of History of Civiliza-
tion llllfl General Business Training: Plllll -lolxin. BA. Stonehill College, Latin instruetor, and
Norlnuncl Paqnette, A.M. Middlebury, English IV, teueher and yearbook advisor relax with a
easuul conversation prior to their First el.1ss.
li in it
Dedicated to Its Rewarding Service.
THOUGHTFUL REGARD - Looking efficient and
willing to help, five admirable teachers are Aletha
Childs, A.M. Bucknell, Geometry teacher and guidance
counselor, Esther Kapala, B.A. University of New
Hampshire, French I and French III teacher, Richard
Dyer, B.S. Bryant College, teacher of commercial sub-
jectsg Ruth Little, B.A. University of New Hampshire,
English II and English IV instructor, Alice Schriber,
Malden Commercial College, teacher of Typing, Ste-
A TRIPLE CHECK - Our able administra-
tors, Wayne S. Gray, Peabody A.M., assistant
principal and junior English, Dorothy Kuz-
mich, Mr. Lord's efficient secretaryg and
Principal Edgar L. Lord, get together on an
important school record, Throughout the
year they fulfill the arduous task of man-
aging the school.
nography, and Office Practice.
Inspired b Their Brave Example
FRIENDLY CIRCLE f Moments of fun
shared by teachers with a sense of humor
are evident through the radiant smiles of
Gerard Rousseau, B.A. Assumption College,
teacher of French and English Ig Frank
Connors, A.B. Oberlin College, teacher of
General Business and Civicsg and Paul Ma-
goon, B.Ed. Plymouth Teachers College,
teacher of English I.
TIME OUT - A favorite noon hour pastime for the male members of the fac-
ulty is a game of Cards. Here Harry Moore, M.A. Columbia. Physics and Physical
Geography instructorq W. Wade Perkins, B.A. University of New Hampshire,
United States History teacherg Jesse L. Piper, Ed.B, Keene Teachers' College,
Ed.M. University of Idaho, English II teacherg and Raymond LeBouthil1er, B.S.
University of New Hampshire, teacher of Chemistry and Math IV seem to be en-
Guided b Their True Wisdom
A JOKE SHARED lightens the cares and burdens of a
day's work: Paul Nunn, B.Ed., Keene Teachers College,
Distributive Education Coordinatorg Joseph Littlefield,
INSTRUCTORS IN VARIED FIELDS share common
goals through hard work and faculty cooperation: Gordon
Soflin, Boston University B.S. Ed. Biology and basketball
coachg Willard Rollins, B.S. University of New Hampshire,
B.Ed., Keene Teachers College, Driver Education, and
Tallman Budd, Georgetown University, B.S.F.S. and Uni-
versity of Southern California, M.F.A.
Algebra: Walter S. Paskevich, B. Music, Syracuse, Super-
visor of Musicg and John Sideris, M.Ed. University of
New Hampshire, Social Studies.
Confident, Llnafraid, We Face the Challenge
THREE INSTRUCTQRS NVITH COMMQN IN- Boston University und lVz1ltt'r Mins-r, B.Ecl., Dr-cnc Tench-
TERESTS that result in finished Work of thc- highggt crs Collcgc with Ernest Pycr lL'f'I1lC1'D instructor in mctztl
caliber: Vloodworking instructors Victor Pomiecko, M,Ed., W01'kil'1?5-
PROVISION FOR DEVELOPMENT and cxcrcisc of thc hotly as wt-ll :is tht- mind.
training in coopcrution. in social and moral vztlucs: Rolacrt YV11lkcr. BS.. Springfield,
Coach of football and athletic director and Pcrsis Mt'Lcod, Couch of girls' sports.
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MAGIC SOUNDS OF STRINGS are produced by Stevens
High School Orchestra. The orchestra this year was able to win five
compliments from its performances. We are fortunate to have such
a fine membership in our orchestra - both in number and quality.
Most of the high schools in the state cannot boast of such an ac-
an Appreciation of the Beautiful
The orchestra exhibits a variety of music which is pleasing to
their audiences as well as to themselves in their appearances
throughout the year. The four-year members have truly enjoyed
belonging to the orchestra which was an instructive and pleasant
activity. The orchestra has been able to achieve such an honorable
reputation mainly through the efforts of our able director of music,
Mr. Walter Paskevich.
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To Think Clearl 5 to Speak Logically,
TEACHERS OF TOMORROW under the direction of
Miss Aletha Childs explore the teaching professions with
hopes of making it a career. Members of Future Teachers
of America not only learn about teaching but have op-
portunities to gain actual experience. The future of teach-
ing is assured by these energetic students. Miss Aletha
Childs, Frances Marshall. Elaine Paradis, Joyce Barton,
Carol Jewell. Janyce Beland, Judith Ranta, Joan Chros-
This year is the second year that the Stevens Future
Teachers Club has been organized. Membership is
open to Seniors and Juniors who plan to become
teachers. The club consists of thirty-one members.
Monthly meetings are held. Four days during the
year the students gain some practical knowledge by
helping teachers in the Claremont school system.
The F.T.A. Club is affiliated with the State and
National organizations. In the fall and spring repre-
sentatives from the Stevens club attend the State
Some of the monthly meetings have been as fol-
lowisg "Qualifications of a Good Teacheru - Mr.
Newell Paire, Superintendent of Schools: Joint
towski, Elaine Strout. Ann McLaughlin, Roy Winot, The-
odore Poland, Deborah Bayer, Maxine Kaufman, Suel-
len Helie. Jill Morrison. Jayne Denis, Marjorie Merrill. Ann
Atwood, Mildred Fowler. Veronica Rzeezycki, Shirley La-
France, Patricia Goodhue, Sally Minard, Virginia John-
son, Susan Colby, Nancy Feeney. Jean Brownell, Lois Hoyt,
Betsy French, Jeannine Thibault, Ruth Nelson.
meetings with the Claremont Teachers' Council,
Panel Discussions - i'Why I like Teachingl' by
teachers in the Claremont systemg Comparisons of
teaching in the United States and foreign countries
- By exchange teachers from foreign countries,
Movie "No Teacher Alone", Summation of teach-
ing experiences, Visitation of Teachers, Colleges in
The oH1icers of the club are as follows: President -
Joan Chrostowski, Vice-President - Jean Brownell,
Secretary - Carol Jewell, Treasurer - Jayne Denis,
Program Chairman 4 Marjorie Merrill, Librarian -
Aware of the Beaut of Cur Language.
THE JUNIOR LIBRARIANS AT STEVENS thoroughly
enjoy an afternoon chat with Miss Leona Tremblay, their
able advisor and our efficient school librarian, These girls
assist Miss Tremblay in many ways concerning the library
work and helping students to use the library properly.
The library, one of the busiest rooms in Stevens,
is also one of the most important, Here the student
Comes to read, to find reference books, to peruse mag-
azines, and to seek general information. To aid in
coping with the work which this busy atmosphere
generates, our librarian, Miss Leona Tremblay, trains
a group of girls to be junior librarians, The girls'
duties are variedg they mend and shelve books, help
students to End information, plan bulletin boards
for the library, and work at the charging desk. WVith
STANDING: Margaret Kehoe. Sarah Tremblay. Deborah
Bayer. SITTING: Bonney Kehoe, Miss Leona Tremblay,
Beverley Parizo, Maureen O'Donnell, Marion Tucker,
Marsha Fenoff, Jacqueline Haubrick, and Kathleen Mc-
two girls in the library each period, the group is
limited to about ten members. Because the group
is organized like a club, the girls' activities are not
limited to library work. They hold record hops, paper
drives, and food sales in order to raise money which
they use at the end of the year to Finance a trip. The
club is important to the girls, not only because it is
fun, but also because it gives them sound training
often useful in later life.
With a Realization that Service
SUCCESSFUL AND SMILING, the staff of
"The Stentor" has done a sterling job in publish-
ing a school newspaper. Under the direction of
Mr. Dyer they have revived a very worth-while
activity. Jeffery Bayer, Kalman Winer, Bernard
Folta, Sarah Tremblay, Carol Hewes, and Deb-
TYPING, A TREMENDOUS TASK in any publica- future is quite bright. Constance Zullo, Suellen Helie,
tion, is carried out with enthusiasm by the students on James Mozden, Ann McLaughlin. Robert Marro, San-
the newspaper staff, "The Stentor" has successfully re- dra Howard, Robert Lumbra, Katharine Hall, Virginia
launched the tradition of a school newspaper, and its Johnson, Jeanne LaFountain, and Jill Morrison.
To Gur Fellows ls Highly to be Regarded,
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR, DYER
these officers of the dramatic club. now known as
The Cardinal Players, have enjoyed very successful
productions: Beverley Parizo, Secretary: Karol Blish,
Vice-Presidentg Janyce Beland. Treasurerg Philip
AUNT HESTER, Janice Heller, administers an evi-
dently bitter dose to Willy, Stephen Mudgett, while
Aunt Olga, Constance Zullo, Maryhelle, Betsy
French, and Aunt Louise, Charlene Stone, look on
with varying attitudes. This is a scene from the de-
lightful comedy "The Inner Willy" by Bettye
Knapp which was a successful presentation of The
WILLY,S SMILINC AUNTS, Olga, Hester, and
Louise have their ideas for Willy's future, and so does
he. This situation results in an amusing play, a
suitable production for The Cardinal Players' suc-
cessful dehut. 7 Constance Zullo, Janice Heller,
and Charlene Stone.
MAKE-UP FOR THE "LADIES OF THE MOP,"
a one-act play. by Aurand Harris is carefully applied.
This presentation was well received by the student
body. 3 Jeanne LaFount:1in. Carol Strout, Ann
ith a Proper Regard for Our Securit
NEWLY ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE OF THE BUSI-
NESS VVORLD is put into practice during working
hours in various jobs by the junior members of the Dis-
tributive Education Club of America 4 Joanne Dubois,
Roberta Vigneault, Kenneth Reed, Larry Remiek, Joan
LOOKING AT THE PREVIOUS YEAR'S STATE
CONVENTION PICTURES with interest are Nancy
Stuart. Bonnie Lee Nolin, Merle Boardman, Joanne Du-
bois, and Larry Cunningham.
Chamberlain, Merle Boardman, Charles Bruce, Bonnie
Lee Nolin, Robert Tenney, Larry Cunningham, Mar-
garet Huot, Mildred Fowler. Harry Johnson, Jean
Chamberlain. Nancy Stuart. Fred LeClair, Roger Han-
naford, and Joyee Wfentzell.
SCANNING MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS
to find suggestions for use in planning their
money-making activities are Carol Underwood,
Baron Yatsevieh, Ronald Bastian, Paul Craigue,
and Robert Dcrosier.
We Prepare to Meet Today's Practical World
DISCUSSING EARLY RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS
is only one of the many phases of learning about the
business world introduced to the senior members -
Riehard Derosier, Leland Hentsehel, Robert Derosier,
Marilyn Underwood, Carol Underwood, Wanda Bundy,
FUTURE ACTIVITIES OF THE DISTRIBU-
TIVE EDUCATION CLUB are recorded on the
bulletin board for the benefit of both jun-
ior and senior members by Margaret Jerard with
the assistance of Marilyn Underwood, Sarah
Sweet, and Roger Hannaford,
Sarah Sweet, Norma Aekerman, Nelson Belden, Martha
Stacy, Margaret Jerard, Robert Ingalls, Paul Craigue,
Ronald Bastian, Gloria Simms, Norman Patch, Baron
Yatsevich, and Alistair MaeBain.
CLUB FUNCTIONS ARE EFFICIENTLY AND
ENTIIUSIASTICALLY RUN by the senior offi-
cers A Harry Johnson, vice-president, Robert De-
rosier, treasurer. Normand Pateh, president, Alistair
MaeBain, parliamentarian. and Gloria Simms, sec-
With Complete Acceptance That Our Homes
EACH YEAR THE HOME
presents :1 Colorful clothing dis-
play for public viewing. Joan
Whitcomb and Jane Allen, stu-
dents nt Stevens, observe one of
the garments more closely while
Pamela Brown displays her ability
SEVERAL STUDENTS ADMIRE THE SPECTACULAR WORK produced by the
Q home economics girls. Carmen Lemieux, Roberta Vigneault, and Eleanor Hilliard.
Are Today's Bulwark of Our Democracy
IN A BRIGHTLY LIGHTED CORNER OF THE NEW
HOME ECONOMICS KITCHEN Elizabeth Buinicky seriously
stirs a fragrant smelling stew. The Home Economics department
is fortunate this year to have new facilities which include three
rooms: two laboratories, each equipped for sewing, cooking and
recitation. The third room is an all purpose room which includes
areas for a living room, dining room, grooming, dressing, home
nursing, and laundry.
SANDRA RIVET TAKES CAREFUL WATCH OVER THE
PROCEEDINGS while Sandra Mills busily stirs their prepara-
tion. This year the Home Economics department is instigating
a new type program which includes the four major areas of home-
making in each year: CLOTHING, FOODS, MANAGEMENT,
AND FAMILY RELATIONS.
PATRICIA LEAHY, DONNA SPRINGER, AND ELIZABETH
BUINICKY REJOICE OVER THEIR SUCCESSFUL AC-
COMPLISHMENTS in producing a pleasant aroma and a de-
licious looking mixture. The attractiveness of the department draws
many different groups at Stevens to use the rooms for meeting
places and for social engagements.
That Our Country's Greatness Is Based
PRODUCTS OF MANY HOURS OF skillful labor are
displayed at the annual Manual Arts Exhibit. All the articles
exhibited are made by the students in the manual art courses
under the direction of expert instructors.
PATRICIA GOODHUE HAPPILY SMILES approval of one of the displays.
DONALD FOSTER APPLIES FINISHING
--- STROKES to his project in preparation for
the annual exhibit.
AMPLES OF the re-
sults of our fine man-
ual arts program are
displayed by Ray-
mond Bell, Oren
Carleton, Peter Con-
sic, and James Thi-
On Regard for Merit of Individuals
CLOSE ATTENTION IS REQUIRED in op-
erating machines Here a drill press is carefully
employed by Stewart Plouffe and Perry Hackett.
MYSTERIES OF THE TELEPHONE are unfolded be-
fore the eyes of interested mechanic arts students. This is
one of the many phases of education available in our
WONDERS OF THE LATHE are
employed by Douglas Murray in
turning out a part of his project. The
lathe is one of the many power tools
used for turning steel as well as wood
in our shop.
We Face the Challenge of the Future-
EVEN DANTE WOULD BE AP-
PALLED AT THE SIGHT he has
created in the theme of the 1958
Junior Prom. Lawrence Wight, Carol
Couture, Lucille McCarthy, Carol
Jewell, and Carl Couture regard the
devills head with mixed emotions.
ENJOYMENT IS SEEN IN THE
FACES OF Marilyn Garceau, Rodney
Tenney, Carol Jewell, and Carl Cou-
ture while they work on columns to
be used at the prom, the year's most
outstanding social event.
THE NEWLY ACQUIRED
CRYSTAL radiates its glow-
ing effect beneath the bright
red streamers as Lawrence
FLAMING RED, ORANGE, AND
YELLOW' STREAMERS create the
flickering effect of "Dante's Inferno"
while leaping flames are seen against
the glittering background. It was a
perfect evening - gaiety prevailed.
Prepared for Our Society Provided Leisure
Wight and David Thompson
check its suspension during last
minute preparations before the
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THE QUEEN OF THE PROM, CAROL COUTURE, is
surrounded by her court which inrludes Ann McLaughlin
Margaret Kehoe, and Carol Jewell, Juniors, Patricia Good-
hue, a Sophomore, Gloria Brown, and Priscilla Buinicky
Seniors, and Carol Brown, a Freshman.
THE GRAND MARCH, another high point of thc eve
PUTTING A TALL SILK HAT on the devil, ning, was led by Carl Couture, chairman of the event
Lawrence Wight shows no fear of Satan's grim and his date, Jeanne LaF0umaine-
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Our Challenge ls Multi-faceted
DISTANCE MEN READY FOR A START under
the watchful eye of Coach Frank Connors are Philip
Lehner, Edward Marro, Stephen Zemianek, Lawrence
Wight, and Roger Hannaford.
THE SPRING TRACK TEAM beams happily as
the result of a successful season - Stanley Woodman,
james Hill, Righard Green, Gary Elmer, Winlield
Clark, David Thompson. Ronald Bodge, Brian Eaton,
Edward Marro, Theodore Ruest, William Picknell,
James Skillen, Thomas Burke, and Paul Marro. SEC-
OND ROW: Rodney Hannaford, Joseph Bass. Rob-
UP AND OVER hurdles
David Thompson with
his point-winning form.
Davidls points were a big
help in a successful sea-
WEIGHTMAN DONALD GREENWOOD dis-
plays the correct technique for putting the shot
to a group of aspiring onlookers. His excellent
form won several points for a successful team.
Triangular meets .. Won 1 Lost 1
Dual meets ..... .. Won 4 Lost 0
T. S. V. meet . . . Second place
g State meet ..... . . . Sixth place
ert Talbert, Phillip Lehner, Stephen Zemianek, Roger
Hannaford, Lawrence Wight, Coach Frank Connors,
Rodney Tenney, Donald Greenwood, Stephen Barton,
Carl Couture, Henry Patten, Robert Le Clair, Robert
Picknell, Noel Fontaine, William Crowder, and
Requiring of Us Who Face It
Q? . 'afar
TRIUMPHANT AND CHEERFUL after an en-
couraging season the 1958 cross-country team
shows their enjoyment in the sport. Coach Potter
was proud of the team who improved greatly over
last year, David Thompson, manager, Leslie Tracy,
Carl Couture and Paul Rondinoni, co-captains,
W 6 in W y if
Dual meets ..... lVon 8 Lost 2
T S V. meets .. ..... First place
State meet .... .. Fourth place
ANCE - members of the
team participate in a few
LEADING THE TEAM in exercises is co-captain
Carl Couture. Keeping in condition is determined by
the amount of exercises performed. Realizing this,
the boys do them regularly.
push-ups. Push-ups are
one of the many exercises
which were a must to be
and to stay in condition.
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Robert Evans, Gary Elmer, Richard Gerard. SEC-
OND ROW: James Chrostowski, Perry Hackett,
Wayne LaPorte, Noel Fontaine, Henry Tenney
Spurgeon Wentzel, Bernard Revoir, John Zerha,
Bryant Eaton, Peter McMullen, Larry Greenwood
Edward Marro, Ralph Bean, and Carl Isham.
STRIDING ACROSS THE FINISH
LINE the top three runners, Edward
Marro, Peter McMullen, and Paul
Rondinone, give all they have in
hnishing the race.
A Spirit of Cooperation, of Fair Play
TIIE MOMENT FOR ACTION HAS ARRIVED.
Nlarilyn Carccau, varsity goalie. successfully keeps
the ball from entering her goalie cage. Carol Cou-
ture. right wing, Joan Chrostwoski and Katherine
lierdccki, right inners, and Janyce Beland. center on
the forward line are all trying their best to successfully
THE GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY TEAM SMILE as
they are reminded of their successful season which re-
quired many hours of serious work and preparation.
BACK ROW: Frances Marshall. Jeannette Danden-
ault, Janyce Beland, Co-Captain Joan Chrostowski,
Ruhama Crandall, Laurie Soper, Lorraine George, and
GIRLS, FIELD HOCKEY TEAM SCHEDULE
Stevens Towle .
Stevens Keene . .
Stevens Towle . .
Stevens Keene .
Joyce Barton, manager, FRONT ROW: Susin Lidcau
Martha Abel, Patricia Goodhue, Katherine Bcrdccki,
Carniella Marro, Linda Foisy. Marilyn Garceau. Co-
Captain Carol Couture, and Mary Picknell, manager.
Hockey attracted many girls interested in the sport this
year, and a successful team was rapidly produced.
Ability to Play Courageously, to Win Fairly
GIRLS, ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION REQUIRE-
Any girl meeting three of the following requirements
is eligible for Ineinbership in the Girls' Athletic As-
BE A VARSITY PLAYER IN ONE SPORT
BE A VARSITY CHEERLEADER FOR ONE
BE A STUDENT LEADER FOR I8 IVEEKS
PLACE FIRST OR SECOND IN AN INDIVID-
BE A BASKETBALL REFEREE CLOCAL RAT-
ING OR BETTERD
BE A SENIOR LIFE SAVER
ASSIST AT INTRAMURALS AS A TIMER,
SCORER. OR COACH
BE A MANAGER FOR A VARSITY SPORT
BE A GIRL SCOUT LEADER OR COMMU-
NITY CENTER GROUP LEADER FOR 18
THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION listen
to Coach McLeod. their leader and advisor. as she ex-
presses her opinion on a certain problem presently be-
fore the group. The organization has improved much
this year over its last year's start. It has elected ofiircrs,
decided on yearly dues. written a Constitution for the
group, and suefessfully Completed different groups of
JEANNETTE DANDENAULT AND CAROLYN BLAKE
heartily approve of the assoeiatiorfs new constitution written
by the oHieers of the organization.
intramural sports and activities for the students who
desired to participate in the high sehool - Judith Ranta,
Serretziry Martha Abel, Chaplain Carolyn Blake, Pris-
eilla Washburn, Vice-President Jeanne LaFountain,
Jeannette Dandenault, Frances Marshall, and Presi-
dent Joan Chrostowski.
Be Great in Defeat As in Victory
Carolyn Blake, forward Martha Abel, forward
Shirley er forward
THE STEVENS CARDINALETTS
Girls, Basketball Schedule
Joan Chrostowsk1, guard V
To 5 A Carol Couture, guard
Phyllis Courtemarsh, forward
The Challenge Demands a Physical Fitness,
Lorrame George, guard
Bethia Reed, forward I
THE STEVENS CARDINALETTS
Girls' Basketball Schedule M
55 42 Janyce Beland, fo
Patflflil CTOSS, guard Margaret Kimball. guard
Bodies Apt to Meet the Struggle
MADE as these
time before the
7 Joseph Form-
VVatts, and Don-
END for a short
gain senior half-
Tenney, a con-
gainer and a
standout on de-
fense, is brought
to the ground by
a host of Lebanon
Jangel stalls a
drive deep in the
tory and puts
A FINE SHOWING was offered by the 1958 grid squad
despite their unirnpressive won-lost reeord, The team main-
tained its spirit and drive throughout the season - Head
Coach Robert Wfalker, William Pieknell, Rodney Tenney.
Donald Greenwood. Albert Fowler, Michael Jangel, Lau-
rence NVight, Emery St. Martin. Paul Nadeau. and Curtis
Hammond. SECOND ROW 1 Assistant Coach Joseph
Maiola. Clay Hawkins. Stanley lVoodmon, Henry Patten.
Robert Szalueka, Anthony Sanford, Donald Davis, Jef-
fery Bayer, Nathan Ainsworth. and Manager joseph La-
Stevens in seor-
ing ppsition. De-
spite the Cardi-
nal's efforts. they
were outscored by
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Stevens lliindsor ......
Stevens Manchester XVest
Found in Every Walk of Life
INEXPERIENCE WAS RESPONSIBLE for the team's
poor won-lost record, but with an abundance of returning
lettermen the squad can look forward to a better season
next year. Despite their inexperience the entire team per-
formed nobly in defeating Towle in the annual contest
- Assistant Coach john Scranton, Scott Fitz, Michael
Patten, William Kittridge, Roy Winot, Richard Schettino,
David Trottier, Joseph Formichelli, Brian Lizotte, David
Osgood, Jon Williams, Ronald Nelson, Clarence LaPorte,
William Wilson, Edward Narushof - FOURTH ROW -
Robert Picknell, Robert LeClair, Stephen Barton, Truman
Hunt, James Hill, Lawrence Martell, Norman Burgess,
Wilfred St. Cyr, Paul Hanson, Richard Klementowicz,
Rockwell Haubrich, David Bayer, Norman Mongeon,
Robert Anderson, Raymond Brooks, and William Tenney.
the final game
with Towle High
of Newport a
must for a suc-
Here the deter-
mination of the
players is obvious
as they converge
on a Towle ball
of a pass is made
by Curtis Ham-
mond, a senior
end, who figured
the team's final
game with Towle.
Scott Fitz, soph-
back, was at the
other end of this
Stevens . . .... 8 Concord . . . . 16
Stevens . . . . 18 Lebanon . . . . 22
Stevens Keene ...,.
Stevens Bellows Falls
Stevens Springfield .
stride to elude
the Towle de-
fensemen as they
close in on him
after he has re-
ceived a pass. A
victory was se-
cured by Stevens
High in this an-
nual grid classic
with a scoring
margin of eight
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Sports, Playing an Integral Role
FULL OF SPIRIT is the 1958-59 varsity basketball
team with their manager and new coach, Mr. Gordin Sof-
lin. Starting his Hrst year as a coach at Stevens, he had a.
fine group of boys to work with and did an excellent job
in building up a line team. As they had the right to be,
the team was proud of a successful season. FRONT
ROW: Kalman Winer, managerq Theodore Ruest, centerg
Curtis Hammond, guardg Michael jangel, forwardg William
Gallager, guardg Scott Fitz, forwardg and Coach Gordin
Soflin. SECOND ROVV: Norman Burgess, forwardg Rich-
ard Sehettino, guardg Roy Winot, guardg james Caffrey,
center: Stanley Pietrusewicz. forwardg John Middleton,
guardg and Dean Lamar, guard.
V, X CARDINAL SCORES FOR "59,'
Q I Lebanon ...... 36 Stevens ....... 27
' Spaulding ..... 46 Stevens ....... 40
' X Stevens . . . . . 58 Brattleboro . . . . 39
' Windsor . . . . 62 Stevens ...... . 42
Stevens . . . . . 62 Spaulding . . . . . 61
Q ' Windsor ...... 59 Stevens ....... 41
. Springfield .... 51 Stevens ....... 49
Concord . . . . 74 Stevens ...... . 41
Stevens ... .. 68 Towle ... ... 37
.3'1"'-' Laconia . . . . . 72 Stevens . . . . . . . 63
1 I Concord . . . . 61 Stevens ...... . 46
Stevens . . . . . 42 Lebanon , . . . 36
Stevens . . . . . 40 Nashua . . . . . 39
Stevens .. 34 Towle 29
x Stevens . . . . . 48 Laconia .... . . . 43
Q Keene . . . . . 67 Stevens .... . . . 46
Varied in the American Curriculum
BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE, Coach Frank Con-
nors and his junior Varsity squad have enjoyed a success-
ful season. Some of the Junior Varsity players have seen
limited action with the Varsity team already. In the near
future it is probable that these players will be our Varsity
squad. Considering their ability and desire to play, we can
be confident that basketball at Stevens will continue to
gain prominence. Mr. Frank Connors, coachg Norman
Burgess, forward, John Middleton, guard, Joseph Formi-
chelli. center, Dean Lamar, forward, Nicholas Paul, guard,
David Bayer and Jon Williams, managersg David Gal-
lagher, forward, Duglas Dutilley, forward, John Zerba,
guard, Charles Holt, forward, Robert Michener, centerg
Rodney Napsey, centerg Brian Lizotte, center, Richard
Klementowicz, guardg Arthur Chandler, forward, and
Robert LeClair, forward.
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
Lebanon ...... Stevens ....... 32 f X-
Stevens . . . . . Spaulding ..... 32 N
Stevens . . . . . Brattleboro . . 40 i X X
Windsor . . . . Stevens . . . . . 45 . s X XXX
Stevens . . . . . Spaulding .... . 44 . X
Windsor ...... Stevens . . . . . 22 5
Springfield Stevens . . . . . 27
Concord ...... Stevens . . . . . 37 X
Stevens . . . . . Towle . . . . . 50
Concord ...... Stevens . . . . . 41 1
Lebanon ...... Stevens . . . . . 36 t
Nashua . . . . . . Stevens . . . . . 29
Stevens . . . . . Towle . . . . . 37 '
Laconia . . . . . . Stevens . . . . . 36
Keene .. Stevens ....... 39
Present to All Who Would Participate
SUCCESSFUL SKIERS TAKE TIME OUT to pose
with their coach, Mr. Paul Potter. Despite unfavorable
conditions and limited facilities, out Stevens skiers gained
enough points to win a fourth place in the annual
N.H.I.A.A. Class L Ski Meet, an accomplishment un-
precedented in the history of our school. Mr. Paul Potter
and his ski squad deserve much credit for their efforts which
have established Stevens as a contender in New Hamp-
ALPINE SPECIALIST, Michael Patten, is
one of the best skiers on the squad. His ex-
cellent downhill and slalom runs are in part
responsible for the team's success.
shire high school skiing. The members are as follows:
Edward Marro, Peter McMullen, James Chrostowski, David
Nunn, Leslie Tracy, Co-captains Rodney Tenney and
Gary Elmer, David Wilbur, Jan Narushof, Douglas Schnyer,
A. Maranville, Clifton LaBounty, Rockwell Haubrich,
James Skillen, Robert Thoreson, Noel Fontaine, Michael
Patten, Theodore Perry, and Coach Paul Potter.
ONLY A FRESHMAN, Theodore Perry, al-
ready is a major asset to the team. With young
material such as this young skier, Coach Paul
Potter can plan to maintain the winning way
which this year's team has established.
the Opportunity to Face the Challenge
ROCKWELL HAUBRICH AND DOUGLAS SCHNYER con-
sult briefly to determine the type of wax they should use. Expert
waxing is an important factor in all events, especially for bad
INTO THE AIR springs Gary Elmer exhibiting his jumping style
with a graceful leap. The jumping event is very exciting to watch
and equally difficult to compete in. Gary Elmer, a senior, has
been outstanding in this event and will be missed next year.
EXECUTING A SHARP TURN through a slalom gate, Robert
Thoreson shifts his weight to maintain his balance. This talented
sophomore will continue to help the team with his skillful per-
formance in three eventsg down hill, slalom, and jumping.
of Today's Increased Leisure Time,
A CLOSE PLAY f Curt Hammond be-
gins his slide into home plate during a
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TWO MEN ON FIRST - A moment of
Confusion occurs at Barnes Park. It was
handled readily by first baseman Robert
THE BIG STRETCH -
That last stride comes a
split second too late as Wil-
liam Gallagher tries in vain.
ALL SET TO START - The 1958 baseball
team, ready for their rugged season, is eager
to go. Anticipating a vigorous schedule, the
team labors many hours to realize their aspira-
tions. - Robert Foisy, Mike Jangel, Dean
Cummings, Theodore Ruest, Robert Ingalls,
A RUN IS SCORED - Catcher Curt
Hammond looks dismayed as a Lebanon
player crosses the plate.
b Activities Designed to Meet the Needs
Wayne Spencer, Scott Fitz, Norman Burgess,
William Gallagher, Stanley Pietruciewicz, Nor-
man Ackerman, manager John McNamara,
Robert Toof, W'ilfred St. Cyr. Leslie Tracy,
coach Clarence Parker, Harry Blish, Jr., Fred-
Stevens. . 13
Windsor . . 6
Lebanon . . 3
Towle .... 6
Bellows Falls 0
Lebanon . . 2
Concord . . 4
Nashua . . . 10
Keene ..., 13
Keene .... 13
Springfield . 9
Bellows Falls 4
Wlindsor . . 5
XVon 6 - Lost 7
WE RE NEXT Frederick McKee
and Mike Jangel casually await their
turn at bit as nianlger ohn Mc
Namara tikes down statistics and
Coach Parker IS engulfed in the game.
A RETURN TRIP 1 Coach Parker
regains the bench after talking matters
over with his pitcher.
erick McKee, and Curt Hammond.
A DECISION TO MAKE 7 Coach Clar-
ence Parker sizes up the situation. Many
questionable situations arise for a coach to
solve in a game.
of American Youth Read to Fill Its Role
As they look forward to the on-coming years of high school, are Pauline LaBombard1 Lucille Desharnaisg Ann Remickg
the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders plan to maintain the spirit Joanne Loiselle, head cheerleader: jean Clarkg Nancy
of Stevens High School in their cheering. The cheerleaders Greenwood: Pauline Howard.
When a fellow-cheerleader becomes injured, the
girls are anxious to help with the bandages. The
girls are Carmen Lemieux. Jill Morrison, Marjorie
Merrill, Shirley Carter, Jeanne Laliiountaine, Mari-
lyn Minard, and Elaine Titus.
in the Land of the Free and
the Home of the Brave.
X Smiling happily as they set up a new routine are the popular varsity
X cheerleaders - Marjorie Merrill, Jayne Denis, Shirley Carter,
Jeanne LaFountaine, Jill Morrison, Elaine Titus, Carmen Lemieux,
and Marilyn Minard.
Inspiring the team to victory with enthusiastic rooting at nard, Carmen Lemieux, Jill Morrison, Elaine Titus, Jeanne
the annual Stevens-Towle game as well as at other im- LaFountaine, Shirley Carter, and Marjorie Merrill.
portant games are the varsity cheerleaders - Marilyn Mi-
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We Face the Challenge of the Future
MARTHA JANE ABEL
"Friendship is-like a sheltering treef'
Basketball, Varsity 2,3,43 Basketball, Junior
Varsity 1 CCo-Captainlg Dramatic Club 4g
Field Hockey 45 Home Economic Dance 45
New York Club 45 Red and Black Staff 45
Softball l,2,3,4g Athletic Association 3,4.
"Her smile is the sweetest that ever was seen."
VIRGINIA GAIL ADAMS
"A tinkling laugh as contagious as her merry
Basketball, Junior Varsity 1,23 Chorus 1,2,4g
Drum Majorettes l,2,3,45 Home Economic
Dance 45 Red and Black Staff 4.
JEAN ELVIRA ARIOLI
"Such joy ambition finds,"
Red and Black Staff 45 Stentor 4.
JUDITH A. ARLIN
"The very essenee of fun and flirtationf'
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4g Band "A" 1,2,3,45
Chorus 1,2,4g Freshman Reception 23 Na-
tional Honor Society 3g Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Red
and Black Staff 4g Band "B" l.
ANN G. ATWOOD
"She is herself a collection of the best thingsf'
Band "A" 1,2,3,4g Band, All State 3,45 Bas-
ketball, Junior Varsity 15 Future Teachers of
America 3,43 Junior Prom Committee 3.
5. -I , , ,,,,W,.,5,, 5 ,,,
The Future Bright in the Promise
LELAND E. ATWOOD
"Good humor is always a success."
RAYMOND ALLEN BARRETT
"What should a man do but be merry?"
Band "Bn 1.
PHILIP D. BARTON
7'Quiet, steady, and never late."
A Cappella Choir 15253545 Assembly Commit-
tee 45 Boys' State 35 Chorus 1,254-5 Choir, All
State 3,45 Cross-Country, Junior Varsity 1,25
Dramatic Club 3,45 Junior Prom Commit-
tee 35 New England Music Festival 3,45 Red
and Black Staff 45 Track Team 152.
BARBARA KAY BASS
"I met her, and I liked her immediately."
Chorus 1,2545 Dramatic Club 15 Freshman
Reception 25 Home Economic Dance 45 Jun-
ior Prom Committee 35 Red and Black
RONALD THOMAS BASTIAN
"Everybody likes and respects a self-made
Cross-Country, Junior Varsity 1,25 Distributive
Education Club 45 Football, Varsity 35 Jun-
ior Prom Committee 35 Ski 'Team 25 Track
NELSON E. BELDEN
"But there's more in me than thou under-
Bank Tellers 15 Chorus 15 Distributive Edu-
cation Club 4.
Cf Llmltless Progress for Mankind
MARLENE MARY BERNARD
"Sweeter also than the honey and the honey-
Bank Tellers 3, Home Economic Dance 45
Red and Black 4.
CAROLYN ANN BLAKE
"In good-nature nothing could surpass herf'
Basketball, Varsity 2,3,45 Dramatic Club 4,
Home Economic Dance 4, Softball 1,2,4g
Girls' Athletic Association 3,4.
DONNA LEE BREWER
"She speaks not when there is naught to be
A Cappella Choir 4, Band "A" 1,2,3,4g Band
"B" lg Band, Librarian 1,2,3,4, Bank Tellers
1,25 Chorus 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Orchestra,
PATRICIA ANN BUNDY
"Laugh and be rnerryfj
Basketball lg Chorus 15 Home Economic
WANDA T. BUNDY
A wznnzng way, a pleasant smile.
SHIRLEY ANN CARTER
Her frzends they are many, her foes
are there any?'1
Basketball, Varsity 3,45 Cheerleader 4, Junior
Prom Committee 3, Red and Black Staff 4g
Softball 3,45 Girls' Athletic Association 4g
CStevensD , Cheerleader l, Chorus 2, Dramatlc
Club 1, CPcmbrokcj.
he Future Already Revealing
ALBERTA JOAN CASS
LOUIS EDWARD CHABOT, Jr.
"He is of fine character 4 straight and firm."
JOAN MARY CHROSTOWSKI
f'The zery pink of perfectionfj
A Cappella Choir 12.3.43 Band 'H-Y, l.2,3.4g
Band HB' 15 Band. All State 1.3512 Basket-
ball. Varsity Q CCO-Captain 5.-lb: Chorus
testi 1,235 Class Secretary +3 Drumzxtic Clulm 43
,J Field Hockey. Junior Varsity 3 CVCO-Cziptninj:
Field Hockey. Varsity ll QCO-CaptninD:
- Freshman Reception 2: Future Tciichc-rs of
- America 3 tVic'e Presidentl. 4 CPresiclcntjg
Girls, State 3: Junior Prom Comruittcc 3: 'M
Orrhestra 11.3.43 Rcd und Black Stntl -lg '
Softball 2.34: Girls, Athletic Assomnon fs. M'
SUSAN JANE COLBY
"'Quiet zvomcn often szzrprixe usf'
Chorus 1.2. lSpringfie1cll: Drainatic' Club 1,2.
CSIJI'1I1gl:1f'lClJ1 Future Teachers of Au1c'1'ic'L1
GLADYS LOUISE COOK
"1 haw oftrn regrettnl my xpeerh. never 71ZJ 1t'if V
"Aly Izmir if u'z1r'nz for the frienrls I mrzlrefl
Cil1C'C1'lK'LlClCY'. Junior Varsity 11 Chorus 1g
Frcslinizin Re-fr-ption Q. tW0st Lehanonilg
Home Ecsoiiomir Diinrc -l,
he Conquest of Dread Disease
V' ' 1-S.: .
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KENNETH E, COULOMBE
"Quiet is he under rule but oh how diferent
out of school."
Red and Black Staff 4.
PHYLLIS CORA COURTEMANCHE
"A constant friend is Il thing fare and hard to
Basketball. Varsity 3.4: Basketball. Junior
Varsity 11 Chorus 1.2: Home Economic Dance
1.23.41 Softball 2.4.
CARL EDYVARD COUTURE
"Reason and judgement are qualities of cz
A Cappella Choir 1.2.3912 Band "AH 1.2.3.-1-1
Band HB" 11 Band. All State 31 Band fVice
President 451 Chorus 1.2.41 Choir QVice Presi-
dent : CPresiclent 4-5 2 Cross-Country.
QCO-Captain 4151 Cross-Country 2.3.41 Cross-
Country, Junior Varsity 11 Freshman Recep-
tion 21 Junior Prom Committee 3: National
Scholarship Society National Honor So-
ciety 3: New England Music Festival 3.41
Orchestra 1.2.3.-1: Red and Black QCO-Editor
451 Track Team 18.104.22.168
CAROL ELEANOR COUTURE
"It is .she with a friendly heart, who has
plenty of friends,"
A Cappella Choir 1.2,3.4: Band UA" 1.2.3.-13
Band HB" 1,21 Band, All State l: Band
CSecretary-Treasurer 351 Basketball, Varsity
2.3.41 Basketball, Varsity CCO-Captain 2.351
Basketball. Junior Varsity KCO-Captain 153
Chorus 1,2511 Choir' QSecretary-Treasurer 451
Class Secretary 31 Field Hockey 1.2.3511 Field
Hockey CCO-Captain 3.451 Freshman Recep-
tion 2: Junior Prom Committee 31 National
Honor Society gl New England lvlusic Festi-
val 3.41 Orchestra 1.23.41 Red and Black
lCo-Editor 45: Softball. Manager 2.3.41 Girls'
Athletic Association f5,4.
RICHARD EVANS CRAIG
"Char11cter ix the real fozznzlation of all worth-
A Cappella Choir 1.23.41 Chorus 1.2.42
Choir. All State 41 Cross-Country. Junior Var-
sity l,31 Junior Prom Committee 31 Orchestra
PAUL EDXNARD CRAIGUE
HMen of few ztfotrls are the best men."
-f f'-----vs--T-v ---' rw- 1-'-'an " r ar
The Prospect of Boundless Travel
"Blest with that charm, the certainty to
A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Band "A" 1,2,3,45
Band "B" 15 Basketball, Varsity 35 Basketball,
junior Varsity 15 Chorus l,2,45 Field Hockey
l,2,3,45 Freshman Reception 25 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Red and
Black Staff 45 Senior Play 45 Softball 45 Girls'
Athletic Association 4.
BRUCE H. CROWDER
"I have brought golden opinions to all sorts
Basketball, Varsity 2,35 Basketball, Junior
Varsity 15 Baseball, Varsity 25 Baseball, Jun-
ior Varsity l5 Football, Varsity 2,35 Football,
Junior Varsity 1.
DEAN ORIN CUMMINGS
"A light heart lives long."
A Cappella Choir 1,25 Assembly Commit-
tee l5 Bank Tellers 15 Basketball, Varsity 3,45
Basketball, Junior Varsity 1,25 Baseball, Var-
sity 3,45 Chorus 2,45 Freshman Reception 2.
"Still waters run deep?
RICHARD M. DEROSIER
"He laughs best who laughs last."
"The smile that wonft come of."
To Planets Beyond Man's Ken.
CHRISTOPHER G. DEURELL
"Virtue is its own reward."
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,43 Band l,2, fMan-
agerlg Chorus 1,23 Junior Prom Committee 3,
Orchestra 1,2, CManagerJg Ski Team 1.
JANE ELLEN DUDLEY
"Silent and self-contained."
Basketball, Girls' Varsity 3, Basketball, Girls'
Junior Varsity 2,3 fCaptainj, Home Eco-
nomic Dance 4s Orchestra l,2,3,4.
GARY WELLS ELMER
"Once a friend, always a friend."
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4, Band "A" 1,2,3,4g
Band "B" lg Band, All State 4-g Chorus 1,2,4,
Cross-Country, Junior Varsity 1, Cross-
Country, Varsity 2,3,4-g junior Prom Commit-
tee 3 g National Athletic Scholarship
Society 2, New England Music Festival 4g
Red and Black Staff 4-5 Ski Team 1,2,3,4g
Track Team 2,3,4.
EDWARD BATCHELDER ENGEL
"Knowledge is power."
Band "A" 2,3,4, Boys' State 3, National
Honor Society 35 Orchestra 3,4-.
ROBERT ALBRO EVANS
"Honesty is the best policy."
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4, Assembly Commit-
tee l,2,3,4, Band "An 1,2,3,4g Band "B" 1,
Bank Teller 1, Baseball, Junior Varsity 1,2g
Chorus 1,2,4g Cross-Country, Junior Varsity
1,23 Cross-Country, Varsity 3,45 Freshman Re-
ception 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, New
England Music Festival 3,4g Orchestra 4,
Red and Black Staff 45 Ski Team 2.
WILLIAM JOESPH FENNESSY
"What is life without laughter?"
Band "A" 1, CWalpolej, 2,3,4g Basketball, Jun-
ior Varsity 1, Cwalpolejg Baseball, Varsity 1,
CWalpolel g Boys' State 35 Junior Librarian 1,
Qwalpolejg Junior Prom Committee 35 Student
Council Member 1, fWa1polej.
We Are Part of That We Challenge
"The smile that won't some of."
Baseball, Varsity 2,3,45 Baseball, Junior Var-
ADELE MARIE FOSTER
"A soft answer turneth away wrathf,
Home Economic Dance 45 Softball 2.
ALBERT F. FOWLER
"A merry heart doth good like medicine."
Football, Varsity 3,45 Football, Captain 45
Football, Junior Varsity 1,25 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Orchestra 1.
WILLIAM E. GALLAGHER
"The rule of my life is to make business a
pleasure and pleasure my business."
Band "A" 15 Band "B" 15 Basketball, Varsity
253,45 Basketball, Junior Varsity 1,25 Baseball,
Varsity 3,45 Baseball, Junior Varsity 1,25 Boys,
State 35 Class Treasurer 25 Class Marshal 25
Football, Junior Varsity 1,25 Freshman Re-
ception 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Na-
tional Athletic Scholarship Society 35 Red
and Black Stalf 4.
MARILYN JEAN GARCEAU
"To be good is better than to seem so."
Bank Tellers 15 Chorus 1,2,45 Dramatic
Club 35 Field Hockey 152,354-5 Freshman Re-
ception 25 Girls' State 35 Home Economic
Dance 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Red and
Black Staff 45 Softball 35 Student Council
Member 45 Girls' Athletic Association 4.
AUDREY MAE GAUDETTE
"She was gentle, quiet, and sincere?
Home Economic Dance 4.
One wlth Those Who Seek to Know,
KATHERINE ANN GAVILL
"Always merry and brightf,
Home Economic Dance 3,45 Junior Prom
ROBERT ALAN GILES
Band "A" l,2,3,4q Band "B" lg Baseball,
Junior Varsity lg Freshman Reception 25 Or-
chestra 1,2g St. Paul's Scholar 3.
"The world knows little of its greatest men."
Assembly Committee 4: Chorus lg Dramatic
Club 3g Red and Black Staff 4.
DONALD RICHARD GREENWOOD
"None but himself can be his parallel?
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Chorus 2,45 Class
Marshal 2, Football, Varsity 2,3,4g Football,
Junior Varsity lg Freshman Reception 2g Jun-
ior Prom Committee 35 National Athletic
Scholarship Society 3g Red and Black Staff 4g
Student Council Oflicer 2,33 Track Team
NANCY LEE HACKETT
"I have a heart with room for every joyf'
Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 2, Chorus lg Field
Hockey lg Home Economic Dance 3,4.
ALAN D, HALE
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by
the best of men."
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Chorus 2,45 Choir,
All State 4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4g Orchestra, All
BEVERLY ELAINE HALL
My smile is my password.
Bank Tellers 25 Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 15
CURTIS ALAN HAMMOND
"Happy am I5 from care Fm free."
Band "A" 1,2,3 5 Band "B" 15 Basketball,
Varsity 3,45 Basketball, Junior Varsity 1,25
Baseball, Varsity 1,2,3,4 5 Baseball, Junior Var-
sity l5 Class Vice-President 35 Class Secre-
tary 15 Football, Varsity 45 Football, Junior
Varsity 15 Freshman Reception 25 Junior
Prom Committee 35 National Athletic Schol-
arship Society 3.
One with Those Who Strive to Achieve
CHRISTOPHER E. HAYWARD
"A wise scepticism is the first attribute of a
Freshman Reception 25 Junior Prom Commit-
tee 35 Red and Black Staff 4.
MARY SUELLEN HELIE
"A good heart is worth gold."
Assembly Committee 45 Band "A" 3,45 Bank
Tellers 15 Basketball, Manager 15 Cheerleader,
Junior Varsity 15 Cheerleader, Varsity 2,35
Chorus 1,2,4 5 Field Hockey, Junior Varsity
1,25 Freshman Reception 15 Future Teachers
of America 3,45 Junior Prom Committee 35
Orchestra 3,45 Stentor 4.
LEALAND DAVID HENTSCHEL
"Where there is humor I find it."
Assembly Committee 25 Band "A" 15 Basket-
ball, Junior Varsity 15 Basketball, Manager
3,45 Bowling 15 Chorus 1,2,45 Class Mar-
shal 35 Cross-Country, Junior Varsity 1,25
Cross-Country, Varsity 35 Distributive Edu-
cation Club 45 Dramatic Club 2,35 Freshman
Reception 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Ski
Team 45 Track Team 1,2,3,45 Stentor 4.
WILLIAM D. HERRICK
"'Tis good to be merry and wise."
Band "A" 1,2,3,45 Band "B" 15 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Red and Black Staff 4.
We too Are Ready to Contribute,
JUDY ELEANOR HILLIARD
"The mirror of all courtesy."
Chorus 1,2,4, Dramatic Club 3.
LINDA M. HONNEY
"A crown of glory that fadeth not away."
Future Teachers of America 2, Cwindsorj 5
Home Economic Dance 4.
LOIS ROSE HOYT
"What a sweet delight a quiet life afordxf'
Band "A" l,2,3,4-5 Band "BU lg Chorus 1,2,
Future Teachers of America 3,4-.
ROBERT L. INGALLS
"He has not the temper that his hair de-
Baseball, Varsity 3,4g Baseball, Junior Var-
sity 15 Distributive Education Club 4, Foot-
ball, Varsity 2.
PRISCILLA JANE JACKSON
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, an
excellent thing in a woman."
Basketball, Junior Varsity 1, Chorus 1,2g
Home Economic Dance l,2,3,4, New York
Club 3. -
"Though a lion to his enemies, he's a lamb
to his friends."
Basketball, Varsity 2,3,45 Basketball, Junior
Varsity 1, Baseball, Varsity l,2,3,4g Football,
Varsity l,2,3,4g Football Captain 4, National
Athletic Scholarship Society 3, Red and
Black Staff 4.
We too Are Eager to Sacrifice
MARGARET MARIE JERARD
"Gentle of speech, beneflcent of mind."
Bank Tellers 35 Distributive Education Club
3,45 Softball, Manager 25 New York Club 3.
CAROL LEE JEWELL
"Full of vigor, loads of fun."
Band "A" 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2545 Class Vice-
President 1,25 Drum Majorettes 1,2,3,45
Freshman Reception 25 Future Teachers of
America 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Red
and Black Assistant Editor 4.
VIRGINIA BANCROFT JOHNSON
"I will be the pattern of all patiencef'
Chorus 1,2,45 Dramatic Club 3,45 Future
Teachers of America 45 National Honor So-
ciety 45 Orchestra 15253545 Stentor 45 United
Nations Model General Assembly 3.
MARGARET E. KEHOE
"Friendly, kindly people are better met than
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,45 Assembly Commit-
tee 45 Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 15 Cheer-
leader 2,35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Chorus
152,45 Class Secretary 25 Freshman Recep-
tion 25 Junior Librarian 1,2,3,4 fPresidentl5
Red and Black Staff 45 Student Council
SHIRLEY ANNE KIMBALL
"Patience is a reniedy for every sorrow."
SONYA A. KISSEL
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
Chorus 1,25 Dramatic Club 35 Field Hockey
15 Junior Prom Committee 35 Softball 1.
To Make Dur Country's Future Great
DALE EDWARD KNOWLTON
"He's little but he's wiseg he's a terror for his
Bank Tellers 1,35 Chorus 15 Junior Prom
ELAINE F. LaCASSE
"She is a winsome wee thingf'
Booster Club 1,25 Freshman Reception Com-
mittee 25 Vocation Club 25 QSt. Mary'sj,
SUZANNE A. LaDEAU
"From a little spark may burst a whole flame."
Basketball, Manager 35 Dramatic Club 35
Field Hockey, Junior Varsity 3 fCaptainj5
Field Hockey, Varsity 2,3,4 5 Freshman Re-
ception 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Orches-
tra l,2,3,45 Student Council Member 4.
"A contented spirit is the sweetness of exist-
A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Basketball, Junior
Varsity 1,25 Basketball, Varsity 3,45 Cheer-
leader, Varsity 2,3,45 Co-head Cheerleader 45
Chorus 1,2545 Dramatic Club 3,45 Field
Hockey, Manager 35 Freshman Reception 25
Home Economic Dance 45 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 35 Red and Black Staff 45 Softball,
Manager 3,45 Stentor 45 Girls' Athletic
VICTOR NORMAN LAUSHANCE
"Be happy in the good you dof'
JAMES A. LeMERE
"Few words are best."
Distributive Education Club 45 Junior Prom
To Prove to All Our Democracy s Worth
PHYLLIS LINDA LEWIS
"Nothing endures but personal qualities."
Basketball, Junior Varsity 25 Cheerleader 25
Chorus l,2,4, Dramatic Club 2,4g Field
Hockey, Junior Varsity 25 Field Hockey, Var-
sity 3, Freshman Reception 2 5 Home Eco-
nomic 'Dance 1,43 Red and Black Staff 4,
ROGER A. LEWIS
"A quiet exterior conceals much."
JOHN ANTHONY LITEVICH, Jr.
"Hath thy toil over books consumed the mid-
A Cappella Choir 45 Assembly Committee 4 g
Band "A" l234' Freshman Reception '
Red and Black Staff 4' Student Council
Member 34 Track Team 4 Band B 1
PAUL R LIZOTTE
A quiet lad but a good one
GERALD PAUL LUNDERVILLE
Best uork it done on the quiet
It zrks me to work too much
Band B 1 Baseball unior Varsity 1
Chorus 124 Football umor Varsity 12
Junior Prom Committee 3 Red and Black
I 7 5 D 2,
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,45 Band "A" l,2,3,4g
" " 5 , J I' U' 5
u , , 5 . , J , 5
ln Times of Peril We Shall Not Falter,
THEODORE JAMES MAREK
A learned person zs honored everywhere.
Boys, State 3.
REBECCA JANE MARK
"The very flower of youthf'
Bank Teller 15253.
ALBERT RAY MARTIN
"The unspoken word never causes trouble."
Band "A" 152, CManagerj5 Orchestra 1.
"Born with the gift of laughter and a sense
that the world is madf'
Basketball, Junior Varsity 1,25 Chorus 1,2545
Class President 15 Class Treasurer 45 Drum
Majorettes 152,354 Cheadj5 Field Hockey 152,35
Freshman Reception 25 Future Teachers of
America 3,45 Girls' Athletic Association 3,45
Girls' State 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Red
and Black Staff 45 Stentor 4.
WESLEY C. McNAIR
"I am wealthy in my friends."
A Cappella Choir 1,2535 Band "A" 1,2,35
Chorus 1,25 Class President 2,3,45 Freshman
Reception 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Red
and Black Staff 45 Student Council Member
GERALD RAY McNAMARA
"Rich in good works?
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,45 Band "A" 1,2,3,45
Band "B" 1,25 Band, President 45 Baseball,
Manager 15 Chorus 1,3,45 Cross-Country, Var-
sity 25 Freshman Reception 25 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Red and Black
Staff 45 Ski Team, Manager 1.
ln Times of Sorrow We Shall Not Despair,
MARJORIE ANN MERRILL
"Her fingers always bu5y,' idleness is never with
A Cappella Choir 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Chorus 45
Field Hockey 2,35 Future Teachers of America
3,45 Home Economic Dance 45 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Red and Black Staff 45 Softball
2,35 Student Council Member 3.
SALLY ANN MICHALENOICK
"Modesty, the noblest gift of heaven."
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,45 Freshman Recep-
MARILYN W. MINARD
"Her ways are ways of,12leasantne5J."
Bank Tellers 45 Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 15
Cheerleader, Varsity 2,45 Chorus 45 Field
Hockey, Junior Varsity 15 Field Hockey, Var-
sity 25 Freshman Reception 25 Home Economic
Dance 3,45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Red and
Black Staff 45 Softball 1,2545 Stentor 45 Voice
of Stevens 1.
JILL L. MORRISON
"Wit to persuadeg beauty to delight."
Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 1,25 Cheerleader,
Varsity 3,45 Co-Head Cheerleader 45 Chorus 25
Future Teachers of America 2,35 Girls, State 35
Junior Prom Committee 35 Red and Black
Staff 45 Softball 45 Stentor 45 Student Coun-
cil Member 45 Basketball, Varsity 4.
SHIRLEY MAE MURRAY
"Her good humor is certainly an axsetf'
Band "A" 1,2,3,45 Band "B" 1,2,35 Band, Li-
brarian 3,45 Basketball, Junior Varsity 35
Chorus 1,25 Home Economic Dance 3,45 Or-
chestra, Librarian 3,4.
"Quiet in appearance, with motive: unknownf'
Cross-Country, Junior Varsity 1,25 CBishop
BradleyJ5 Football, Varsity 45 Football, Junior
Varsity 35 Track Team 3,4.
i SANDRA JANE PARIZO
"A maid with goodness unlimited."
Freshman Reception 23 Home Economic Dance
4g Junior Prom Committee 33 Red and Black
, A NORMAN FRANCIS PATCH
V "His good humor is certainly an asset."
V ,, 1 1 Bank Tellers 33 Distributive Education Club
A A l 3 in 3,43 Dramatic Club 33 Freshman Reception 2.
A .eea DONNA IRENE PEOPLES
Vi "Silence is more eloquent than wordsf,
3 '--' Basketball, junior Varsity 13 Chorus 132,43
5"'iii iff' Home Economic Dance 33 Junior Prom Com-
' mittee 33 Red and Black Staff 43 Student 3
"t" -' Council Member 4.
With Faith in Our Mission,
DONALD LEE O'BRIEN
"What is that strange power I have over
A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Band "A" 1,2,3,43
Baseball, Manager 13 Chorus I,2,43 Freshman
Reception 23 Junior Prom Committee 33 Red
and Black Staff 43 Ski Team l,23 Student
Council Officer 3.
DAVID JOSEPH O'HAIRE
"Always a sunny disposition."
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,43 Band "AH 1,2,3,43
Chorus 1,2,43 Class Vice-President 43 Cross-
Country, Junior Varsity 13 Freshman Re-
ception 23 Junior Prom Committee 33 New
England Music Festival 3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43
Orchestra, All State 1,3,4Q Red and Black Staff
43 Track Team 1.
CATHERINE ANN PARADIS
"A good disposition is worth gold."
Bank Tellers l,2,3,43 Distribution Education
Club 33 Home Economic Dance 43 Junior
Prom Committee 33 New York Club 3.
With Hope in Our Fellow Men
"He hasn't much to say, but he has a pleasant
A Cappella Choir 15253545 Band "A" 15253545
Chorus 2,45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Red
and Black Staff 45 Ski Team 15 Student Coun-
cil Member 1.
WILLIAM T. PICKNELL
"A light heart lives longf'
Baseball, Manager 25 Football, Varsity 45 Foot-
ball, Manager 35 Track Team 354.
KAREN LOU PINKHAM
"She doeth little kindnesses which most leave
A Cappella Choir 152,35 Band "A" 15253545
Band "B" 15 Chorus 152,45 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 35 Orchestra 1,2,3,4.
JUDITH ARLENE RANTA
"Good words cost little and are worth muchf'
A Cappella Choir 253,45 Band "A" 15253545
Band "B" 15 Band, All State 45 Basketball,
Varsity 152,35 Chorus 152,45 Choir, Librarian 45
Class Treasurer 35 Freshman Reception 25
Future Teachers of America 3,45 Junior Prom
Committee 35 New England Music Festival 45
Red and Black Staff 45 Girls' Athletic Asso-
"My theory is to enjoy life."
Cross-Country, Junior Varsity 25 Football, Var-
sity 35 Football, Junior Varsity 3.
WILFRED EMERY RICHARD
"Quiet and unassumingf'
Band "A" 2, fSt. Maryj.
I M, ,
With Charit Bred of Tolerance,
PAUL ANTHONY RONDINONE
"It is not good that a man should be alone."
Band "A" 1,2,3,4g Band HB" 15 Band, All
State 3,45 Cross-Country 4, CCO-Captainj,
Cross-Country, Varsity 4, New England Music
Festival 4, Orchestra 3,45 Track Team 4.
DAVID A. ROUILLARD
"Gentle in manner, firm in realityf'
PATRICIA ANN ROUNDY
"Silence is a golden virtuef'
Band "A" 1,2,3,4g Band "B" 15 Girls' State 3,
National Honor Society 3.
EMERY E. ST. MARTIN
"A cheerful greeting denotes good will."
Basketball, Varsity 2,3, fSt. Mary'sjg Basket-
ball, Junior Varsity 1, CSt. Mary'sj5 Baseball,
Varsity 2, lSt. Mary'sjg Color Guard l,2,
fDrum and Bugle Corps, St. Mary'sj, Football,
Varsity 4, Freshman Reception 2, fSt. Mary'sj.
GLORIA JEAN SIMMS
"She has a beautiful smile."
Band "A" 2,3,45 Bank Tellers 3, Chorus 1,25
Distributive Education Club 3,4, CSecretaryj,
Home Economic Dance 3.
SYLVIA DIANE SPAULDING
"Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
Bank Tellers 2,35 Cheerleader 1,2,4g Dramatic
Club 45 Freshman Reception 2, Red and Black
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We Stride Ahead, Cur Banner High
MARTHA RUTH STACY
"Friendship is the key to happiness."
Bank Tellers 15 Chorus 1,25 Distributive Edu-
cation Club 45 Dramatic Club 3,45 Home
Economic Dance 3.
SANDRA ANN STEARNS
"A friend in need is a friend indeedf'
Chorus 152, Home Economic Dance 354.
RODN EY STEBBINS
"The happy man has many friends."
Basketball, Varsity 2,3, QSt. Mary'sl, 45 Basket-
ball, Junior Varsity l, fSt. MaryD5 Baseball,
Varsity 2, fSt. Maryjg Track Team 4.
M. ELAINE STROUT
"She knows the sweet magic of a cheerful face."
Chorus 1,25 Dramatic Club 3,45 Drum Major-
ettes 15 Future Teachers of America 45 Home
Economic Dance 3 4' New York Club 3 ' Senior
PETER A. SUCHARZEWSKI
"It takes time to discover the promisingf'
ROGER MARTIN SUMNER
"It becomes a young man to be modestf'
Baseball, Varsity 25 Baseball, Junior Varsity 1.
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Emblazoned with Our School s Motto
SARAH JANE SWEET
"She is like a flower, so sweet and pure and
A Cappella Choir 35 Chorus 45 Class Vice-
President 1, lGuildford, Mainelg Distributive
Education Club 43 Dramatic Club 3.
THERESA MARY SYLVESTER
Tis easy to be pleasant.
RODNEY EMERSON TENNEY
"A man is the architect of his own fortune."
Band "A" 1,2,3,4g Band "B" li Bank Tellers 33
Chorus 2,4g Football, Varsity 2,3,4g Football,
Junior Varsity lg Freshman Reception 25 Jun-
ior Prom Committee 35 National Athletic Scho-
larship Society 3g National Honor Society 3g
Red and Black Assistant Editor 43 Ski Team
2,3,4g Ski Team, Captain 4g St. Paul's Scholar
33 Track Team 1,2,3,4.
JEANNINE IRENE THIBAULT
"A lady is always serene."
A Cappella Choir 1 lSt. Mary'sjg Cheerleader
1,2, lSt. Mary'sjg Freshman Reception 2 lSt.
Mary'sj g Future Teachers 4.
CHRISETTA B. THOMPSON
"Success is the fruit of ambitions and work."
Chorus 1,2,4g Dramatic Club 35 Freshman Re-
ception lg Girls' State 3.
DAVID CHARLES THOMPSON
"Let dignity reignf'
A Cappella Choir 3,4g Assembly Committee 45
Chorus 1,2,4g Cross-Country, Junior Varsity
l,2,3g Cross-Country, Varsity 4g Freshman Re-
ception 2g Junior Prom Committee 35 National
Athletic Scholarship Society 3g Red and Black
Stall' 43 Ski Team 2,35 Track Team 2,3,4.
That No Achievement Comes Without Effort
ELAINE J. TITUS
"Virtue is its own reward."
Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 1 g Cheerleader,
Varsity 2,3,4g Chorus 1,2g Distributive Educa-
tion Club 3 5 Freshman Reception 2 5 Home
Economic Dance 45 Junior Prom Committee 3,
Red and Black Staff 4.
LESLIE S. TRACY
"He holds them with his glittering eyes."
Baseball, Varsity 3,4 g Baseball, Junior Varsity
1,2g Cross-Country, Varsity 4 5 Ski Team 4.
SARA JANE TREMBLAY
"By the work, one knows the workmanf'
A Cappella Choir 3,4-g Chorus 3,45 Dramatic
Club 3,4 5 Girls' State 35 Junior Librarian
1,2,3,4g Senior Play 4, Stentor 4 fEditorl.
CAROL UN DERWOOD
"A sunny disposition is the very soul of suecessf'
Distributive Education Club 3,4-.
MARILYN LORA UNDERWOOD
"She possesses a pleasing and cheerful attitudef'
Basketball, Varsity 2 g Basketball, Junior Varsity
1,25 Distributive Education Club 3,4g Soft-
GLORIA JEAN VIGNEAULT
"One smile can glorify a whole day."
Band "A" 1,2, fSt. Mary'sj, Bank Tellers 35
Chorus 1, CSL Ma.ry'sl5 Dramatic Club 3.
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We Leave Halls of Ivy, Sacred Portalsg
PAUL O. WAGNER
"I never say more than necessaryf'
PRISCILLA M WASHBURN
Blushing is the color of virtue.
Band "A" l,2,3,4, Band "B" 15 Basketball,
Varsity 3,5 Basketball, Junior Varsity 1,25 Field
Hockey 1,2,3, Girls' Athletic Association 3,4.
"A quiet lad, but a good one."
Football, Varsity 3,43 Football, Junior Varsity
BONNIE LEE WHITE
"Silence, when nothing need be said, is the
eloquence of discretion."
Bank Teller 1,2.
LAWRENCE LEON WIGHT
"Life is a jest and all things show it. I thought
so once and now I know it.',
Assembly Committee 4, Band "A" l,2,3,4,
Band, All State 3,43 Chorus 25 Cross-Country,
Junior Varsity 2, Football, Varsity 3,43 Fresh-
man Reception lg Junior Prom Committee 33
National Athletic Scholarship Society 3,45 New
England Music Festival 3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,4g
Red and Black Staff 45 Track Team 1,2,3,4.
ARTHUR J. WILLIAMS
"Fd rather be right than president."
Assembly Committee 2,33 Band "A" 1,2,3,4g
Band "B" 1, Chorus 2,45 Freshman Reception
23 Orchestra 1,2.
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Ready Unafraid, We Face the Challenge.
GLORIA D. WILLIAMS
"In her tongue is the law of kindness."
Bank Tellers lg Home Economic Dance 2,4-Q
Junior Prom Committee 3s New York Club 3.
RICHARD E. WILLIS
"From the crown of his head to the sole of his
foot he is all mirth."
Band "A" 1,2,3,43 Band "B" 15 Band, All State
3,4 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 g Orchestra
1,2,3,4-3 Red and Black Staff 4.
DAVID C. WILSON
"Laugh and the world laughs with youf'
Freshman Reception 2g Red and Black Staff 45
Track Team 1,2.
"The mould of a man's fortune is in his own
BARON DANIEL YATSEVICH
"He says little but to the purpose."
Band "A" 1,25 Distributive Education Club 4'
Future Teachers of America 3.
"Know you this chap with a ready smile?"
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Band NA" 1,2,3,45
Basketball, Varsity 3, Basketball, Junior Var-
sity 1,2g Choms 2,45 Freshman Reception 2g
Junior Prom Committee 3.
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THIS IS OUR CHANCE, TOO - The first grade pupils
from Bluff School proudly march beside their classmates and
teacher. They hold their banners high for all to see.
LEADING THE PARADE ARE THE JUN-
IOR HIGH COLOR GUARD. These boys
from the Junior High School are proud to do
their duty for their school by being members of
the band. The Junior High majorettes eagerly
follow close behind, keeping a steady pace.
STUDENTS ARE ABUNDANT. Excited parents
and observers anxiously watch the National Educa-
tion Week Parade as it passes by the Claremont
Public Library and two of Claremont's churches as
they continue on their route along Broad Street.
THE ALUMNI PARADE IS ON. Each year
the Stevens Alumni Parade is a popular occasion
for the people of Claremont and surrounding
areas. The many floats, varied attractions, and
the vivacious march tempos of the several bands
- all add to the excitement of the day.
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OLD FAMILIAR TIMES EXIST ONCE AGAIN. Also
represented in the Alumni Day Parade is the horse and buggy
THE STEVENS HIGH
SCHOOL BAND is one of the
major attractions of the annual
Alumni Day Parade. Many look
forward to the bandls appearance
in their bright red and black uni-
forms and to their fine presenta-
tion of marching music. Each mem-
ber of the organization knows he
must do his part to make the band
a success. Each is proud to have a
share in this successful activity.
symbolizing the early bcginning of the school which was
founded in 1868 by Paran Stevens. Many eyes watch this old
A CHEERFUL AND VERY ABLE TYPING STAFF plays an important role in the
production of our yearbook Y Martha Abel, Jeanne LaFountain, Phyllis Lewis,
Marilyn Minard, Marlene Bernard, Judith Ranta, Joan Chrostowski, Margaret Kehoe,
Virginia Adams, and Sandra Parizo.
CHARGED WITH THE IMPORTANT TASK of securing
sponsorships for the Red and Black, the business staff effi-
ciently carries out its duties - Robert Evans, Gerald Mc-
Namara, Judith Arlin, Barbara Bass, Jill Morrison, Marjorie
Merrill, Donna Peoples, Marlene Bernard, David O'Haire,
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Gary Elmer, David Thompson, Philip Barton, Suellen Helie
Ann McLaughlin, Kenneth Coulombe, William Herrick
SEATED - Timothy Perry, Donald O,Brien, John Litevich
Thomas Bastian, Christopher Hayward, and David Wilson
PROUD OF THEIR FINE WORK, the product of many hours of effort, the art
staff beams with satisfaction at a job well done - Jean Arioli, Sylvia Spaulding,
Lawrence Wight, William Gallagher, and Donald Greenwood.
THE FINAL TASK in the production of our yearbook is successfully carried out by
the competent subscription staff. They have an important job in providing a successful
termination for the climaxing project of our years at Stevens. - Richard Willis,
Ruhama Crandall, Alistair MacBain, Shirley Carter, and Marilyn Garceau.
The staff of the 1959 "Red and Black" wishes to express its sincere gratitude to
the Merchants of Claremont, to loyal Alumni, and to the parents and friends of
the graduates for their generosity in supporting this new issue of the Stevens High
School yearbook. We also wish to thank Louis Smith, Jack Titchen and William
Gallagher for their invaluable aid in photography.
Kenneth Agan's Barber Shop
Agel-Corman Furniture Co,
Aiken Construction Company
Chester Allen. Heating
Fred Allen. jeweler
American Legion Auxiliary 4
Claremont Unit 32
American Legion Post 29
American Plate Class Co.
Mayor George 'lPat" Angus
Arco Oil Company
Arel Brothers Furniture SL
The Great Atlantic SL Pacific
Mr. 8L Mrs, Ellsworth H.
Mr. S: Mrs, john H. Atwood
Auto Electric Service Co., Inc.
Avenue Repair Shop
L. G. Balfour Co. ef Sawyer
W. Lee. Representative
Barb's Beauty Shop
Barnes. Rouillard, SL
Mr. SL Mrs. Hector Barrett
Mr. 81 Mrs. Howard L. Barrett
Mr. 8: Mrs. Isaac Bass and
O. H. Beauregard 4 Realtor 8L
Compliments of Ben's Market
Beneficial Finance Co. of
Berkeley Store. Inc.
Mr. SL Mrs, Arthur Bernard
Blain's Auto Service
Mr. 8a Mrs. C. A. Blewitt
Blondin Funeral Home
Bluli' School P.T.A.
Boccials Fruit Store
Bonnie Beauty Salon
Dr. ll. D. Bourclon
Bourdon's New Haven
Breault's General Store
Brodeur's Washing Machine
Buckley, Zopf. and Sayce
Bucko's Pharmacy -4 Reliable
Bud's Variety Store
Buena Vista Farms Restaurant
Burbee's Garage, Inc. 4 Ford
Blish Music Center
Buster's Friendly Texaco
Carroll Cut-Rate Cosmetics
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jack Cassle
The Catholic Daughters of
Charlie's Shell Station
Earl T. Chase 4 Class of l9l9
Chase Trucking Service
Chateau Music School
City Cab 4 Telephone SBU
Claremont Army 8L Navy Store
Claremont Bowling Lanes, Inc.
Claremont Builders Supply
Claremont B.P.O. Elks 3879
Claremont Cable Company
Claremont Chamber of
Claremont Cleaners, Inc. and
Claremont Coca-Cola Bottling
Claremont Cooperative Bank
Claremont Emblem Club 326
Claremont Federated Business
8: Professional Womenls Club
Claremont Finance Corporation
Claremont Fire Department
Claremont Flock Corporation
Claremont Furniture Co.. Inc.
Claremont Gas 8a Light Co.
4 Utilgas Corp.
Claremont Maid Footwear, Inc.
Claremont Motor Co., Inc.
Claremont National Bank
Claremont Oil Co.. Inc. 4
Gerry Wood. Mgr.
Claremont Paper Mill
Claremont Police Department
Claremont Publishing Co. 4
Claremont Rod SL Gun Club,
Claremont Savings Bank
Claremont Steam Laundry 8L
Sanitone Dry Cleaners
Claremont Woven Label Co..
Class of 1960
Class of 1961
Class of 1962
Clyde Sc Kit's Esso Service 4
Corner of Main SL West
The Colonial llotel 4
Conditioned Air. Incorporated
Connecticut Valley Electirc
Cote's Good Food
Dr. Marcel D. Coutu,
Mr. SL Mrs. Albert E, Couture
Coy Paper Company
Dr. SL Mrs. Irving Crandall
Ralph V. Crosby
Mr. SL Mrs. Leslie A. Currier
Albert L. Cushion Agency, Inc.
D. W, Cushion Insurance
Mr. SL Mrs. Arnold Cutting
Mr. SL Mrs. John Dagenais -
Class of 1942
D'Amante's Fruit Store
Dan's Shoe Service
Dartmouth Woolen Mills, Inc.
Davis SL Symonds Lumber Co.
Mr. SL Mrs. George Deurell. Jr.
Dr. Porter O. Dexter,
Compliments of Dickls Barber
Shop SL Tackle Shop
Paul Dion's Barber Shop
Dion Brothers Market
Mr. SL Mrs. George Disnard
Dixonls Super Duper
Merrill Dodge 7 Real Estate
Elite Beauty Shop
Mr. SL Mrs. I-larrel D, Elmer
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Esersky
Esersky's Hardware gl
Dr. and Mrs. P. D. Estabrook
Mr. SL Mrs. Harold A. Evans
Fairlea Farms Dairy
The Fashion Shop
Dr. and Mrs. William Ferriter
First National Stores
M. H, Fishman Company
Fiske Free Library
The Fletchers f Dot H27, Herb
329, Charlie '56
Mr. SL Mrs. Merton Fletcher
Fletcher for Pianos SL Organs
W. J. Fluette General Store
Fluette Oil Company
Mr. SL Mrs. Harold Foisy
Foster Beef Company
Frances Beauty Salon -
7 School Street
Compliments of Gagnon's
Mr. gl Mrs. William Gallagher
Gardner's Welding Service
Garland's Esso Station
I. N. Gelfand, Tailor
Gendron's Tree Service
General Auto Sales, Inc.
General Automatic Products
Genereux Real Estate Agency
Giguere's Barber Shop
Gilbertls Bear Service
Gilbert SL Weston Insurance,
Girard Oil, Inc. and Trucking
Mr. SL Mrs. William H. Goggin
Goyette Appliances - Philco
Hadley SL Son Lumber Co.
Mr. SL Mrs. Floyd Hale
Lester Hale -- Plumbing
Compliments of Sidney N. Hall
Hardy Brothers, Builders
H. D. Harris Company
Harryls Shoe Barn
Bernard P. Haubrich, M.D.
Wilson R. Haubrich, V.M.D.
Helie's Market Basket
David Heller Company
Mr. SL Mrs. Cedric Herrick
Laurence A. Hicks,
Representing A. M. Kidder
SL Co., Members of New
York Stock Exchange
Dr. Deane A. Hilliard,
Dr. Ray K. Hodgkins, Dentist
Holland's Electrical SL
Dr. Arnold R. Horne
Houde's Barber Shop
Houghton SL Simonds
Dr. J. Houlihan
Howe Motors, Inc.
Mr. SL Mrs. Wilburn L. Hoyt
Duncan U. Hunter,
A. SL A. Hutcheon, Inc.
Ideal Laundry. Inc.
Idlenot Dairy of N.H., Inc.
Sullivan Lodge No. I2.
Bulent Jajuli, M.D.
Jim's Y. D. Station
Jones Express 7 Sewing
Claremont Since 1926
Jones Food Shoppe
Josten's - Len Winsor..
Joy Manufacturing Company
Keating Insurance, Inc.
Dr. Charles F. Keeley
J. H. Kiniry
Father Cote Council 31820,
Knights of Columbus
Dr. Stanley J. Kuk
LaDeau's Furniture Shop
Lambert Supply Company
Lambert's Toy Castle
Omer Landry, Plumber
Mr. SL Mrs. Kenneth Lane
Mr. SL Mrs. John H. Leahy
O. H. Lewis Company. Inc.
Mr. SL Mrs. John Litevich
Mrs. Elizabeth D. Lizotte
Lola's Beauty Shoppe
Mr. SL Mrs. Edgar L. Lord
Lorraine's Beauty Shoppe
Ludlow Rubber Company
Mr. SL Mrs. Leon Lundewille
Mr. SL Mrs. James A.
Dr. and Mrs. Colin A. Maclver
Mackintosh Insurance, Inc.
Magnet Theater 4 Showplace
of the Twin State Valley
Marion's Apparel Shop
Marion's Beauty Shop
N. C. Marro 4 Plumbing SL
Marshall Insurance Agency
Dr. Robert G. Maxfield
Mr. 8: Mrs. Henry McCusker
James F. McCusker
The Men's Shop
Merit Clothing Company
Irvine W. Merrill
Merrimack Farmers Exchange
Mobile Homes of Claremont,
Inc. - Washington Street
Claremont Lodge 1201, Loyal
Order of Moose
Women of the Moose,
Claremont Chapter 11629
Melodie Morrill Dance Studios
The Music Box
J. J. Newberryis
Mrs. Harman Newell
Dr. Francis H. Nolin
O'Brien's Moving SL Storage
Douglas E. Page - General
Mr. 81 Mrs. Newell Paire
Mr. Sc Mrs. John Paradis
Mr. SL Mrs. Henry Parker
Dr. St Mrs, F. C. Parmenter
Dr. XL Mrs. John C. Patten
Paulls Shoe Store
The Peoples National Bank
Mrs. Mary Perron
Mr. 8t Mrs. Oscar Perron
Mr. Sc Mrs.Roland Perron
Mr. 8L Mrs. Wilfred Perron
E. C. Peterson - Trucking
Petrin's Clover Farm Store
Dr. F. K. Phillips
Pleasant Street Barber Shop
Polish-American Citizens Club
Powers Shoe Co., Inc.
Presto Grain Company
Queen Shop - "Country Store
Quimby 8t Quimby, Inc.
Rand, Ball, SL King Co.
Rand News Depot
Reed Bros. 4 Farm SL
Dr. Herman Rice, Optometrist
Richfield Service Station
J. H. Richmond - Austin
Sales 8L Service
Louis Rivet - Representing
Riviezzo's Service Station
Rock-A-Bye Baby Shop
Rotary Club of Claremont
"Uncle Karln Rund
Mr. 8a Mrs. Amos Russell
Dr. Omer Russell
Mr. 8L Mrs. Robert G.
Schnyer's Auto Body Shop
Mr. 8c'Mrs, Murray L. Schnyer
Sears Roebuck and Co.
Sherwin-Williams Paint Co.
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Silhouette Beauty Salon
Singer Sewing Machine Co
Dr. and Mrs. James D. Skillen
Smith Auto Sales Co., Inc.
Smith's Studio - Photographer
for l'The Red and Black'
John Soboll - Contractor
S. BL O. Oil Co., Inc.
Dr. Pauline Spear
Staff Bros., Inc. - Prompt
Heating Oil Service
Standard Automotive Stores
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Stearns
Stevens Drug Store
Stevens High School Alumni
Aime L. St. Martin
Mr. 8a Mrs. Carroll Strout
Dr. W. F. Stuart
Taft Bros. Texaco Service
R. Theodore. Inc.
Mr. gl Mrs. Merton Thompson
Compliments of the Makers of
Tip Top Bread
Ray F. Titus - Machine Shop
Compliments of Tony's Pizzeria
The Tot and Teen Shop
In Memory of
John J. Townsend, Jr.
Class of 1934
Tumble Inn Diner
Twin State Hearing Service -
Carl E. Lundgren
United Textile Workers of
America, Local 39
United Steel Workers of
Local No. 2944
Valley Home Supply Co., Inc.
Valliere's Rexall Drugstore
Vanity Beauty Salon
Oliver Lacassc Post 808,
F. W. Wadleigh and Co.
Wainshal Furniture Company
Jack Weiner's Hardware SL
H. P. Welch Co. of Claremont,
Western Auto Assoirate Store
Mr. 8r Mrs. Arlo White
Mr. 8a Mrs. Leon Wight
Wilfred Beauty and Yarn Shop
Dr. and Mrs. William T.
Mr. Sz. Mrs. Harold Winer
The Winner Hotel
The Woman's Shop
F. W. Woolworth Co.
Youngstown Industries of
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