Tenney High School - Torch Yearbook (Methuen, MA)

 - Class of 1961

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M, ul ,x ,l I U 2 ,A .--,,g, 'dw x f,. g nk w-- W 4 l W J' To Mrs. Mildred Monroe, Teacher ot English at Tenney High School, we lovingly dedicate our yearbook. As class advisor in our iunior year, she gave generously ot her time, and effort to organ- ize, direct, and supervise activities that were advantageous to our class. Her guidance granted to whoever came to her for help, and her out- standing competence as a teacher have won her the respect and admiration of our class, the tac- ulty, and all who know her. C7 dimerlxon we xXw,V K A :QW The snow that falls upon the ground Remains for days and days, But wait, and you are sure to see lt slowly melt away, A day-dream comes a-creeping in Like snow on misty nights But wait, and see how quietly It passes out of sight, Now what about a memory It lasts for years and years, A memory of high school days, Classes, games, cheers, Now think, will such a memory stay, Or like the snow soon melt away, lt's bound to wander out of sight Like fog upon a misty night, But wait, this yearbook's here to see That every ioy and memory, Of high school never fades away Like fog upon a misty night or, Snow upon a sunny day. ,J V,--, A orimword .1 'aw MR. WALTER B. INGALLS MR. URVILLE J. BEAUMONT Superintendent of Schools Principal MR. ALFRED N. LAW B.S., Ed.M. Guidance Director, Advisor to Student Council MISS DOROTHY CHADWICK B.S., Ed.M. Dean of Girls -v . H.-,gp . -i---.9-up ,. v MR. W. EARL LISTER B.A., M.A. Assistant Principal 3 iff? ,J 'L i 42- 2 P33 :Q MRS, ETHEL BROADBENT MISS AGNES BROUDER MISS MARY BROUDER Ph,B,, Ed,M, A.B., Ed.M. B.S., Ed.M. French Latin I, Commercial English, Head of Lan- Food 8- Clothing, Business "J Civics gt MISS ROSE DANIELIAN 5.5. in Ed., Ed.M. , guage Dept. MR. LAWRENCE CADOGAN A.8. Civics MISS ALICE COULSON A.B-, Ed.M. College and Commercial English MRS. CLAIRE DERBY Latin II, Commercial and General English MISS KATHLEEN DORAN B.S., Ed.M. Stenography, General Business, Blue and White Faculty Advisor, Head of Commercial Department f-fi-J MRS. MAY GEREMONTY B.S. General Science, Head of Science Depart- ment MR. JOHN HANNIGAN Ph.B., Ed.M. American History, Faculty Manager, Track Coach MR. JOHN HEGGARTY A.B. Senior, Freshman, and General Math. MISS MARTHA D. LANGE A.B., Ed.M. College English, German, Librarian, Advisor to Honor Society pi fiffvgri , . ,V 5- -et:-,N-f. - XF' .Q-ahillld-' '4-'qi gff gir , .. -. , MR. PAUL LESLIE B.S., Ed.M Woodworking, Supervisor of Industrial Arts, Director of Audio-Visual Education Z I ,-:Q 4--. J 1 lg MISS AGNES MCDERMOTT B.S., Ed.M. College English, Head of English Depart- ment MR. JOSEPH MELIA B.S., Ed.M. Art, Decoration Supervisor MRS. MILDRED MONROE A.B. Commercial, General, and College English MR. JAMES MCDERMOTT A.B. Senior and General Science, Freshman Math. MRS. MARGARET MORGAN MR. JOHN O'WRlL MR. JOSEPH PAPPALARDO B.S. Metal Arts B.S- Typing, Business Training, Economic Geog- American History ra phy 1 +2 1 A I iff y , xg eg ef 1'. -EQEESEZ Q MR. WILLIAM PICCERILLO MRS. FRANCES RICHARDSON MISS EVELYN RLJSHTON A.B., M.A. A.B. A.B., Ed.M. Italian, Civics French College English MR. LEONARD M. RUSHTON B.S., Ed.M., M.A. Consumer Education and Law, Problems of Democracy, Geography MR. WILLIAM E. RUSSELL A.B., M.Ed. Physics, Chemistry 0 sb. 5 WAY' MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE MR. JOSEPH SHEA MISS MARJORIE SHERMAN B.S. in Ed. A.B. A.B., Ed.M. Bookkeeping, General Business Freshman and General Math., Algebra I, Algebra I, Head of Mathematics Depart Plane Geometry ment ag , V f E ,M MRS. STEPHANIE SIMPSON MISS ELIZABETH SMITH MRS. MARIE TIERNEY A.B. in Math. A.B., EcI.M. A.B. Algebra II, Plane Geometry World History General Science, General Biology . I . MR. GEORGE WINN Mechanical Drawing MISS RUTH WRIGHT A.B,, Ed.M. World History, Head of Social Studies De- partment MRS. JUDITH YENNACO MR. JOHN A. ZIMINSKI MR. WILLIAM GOSSELIN AB, AB. B.A. in Ed. Commercial and College English Biology BOYS' PIWYSICBI Education. Football Coach Iheadl ,Q DRIVER I MISS NANCY WHITTEMORE MR. JOHN BURKE MR. EDWARD COMTOIS B.EcI. A.B. Choral Music Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Basketball, Driver Education Field Hockey, and Softball Coach MRS. HAZEL HADFIELD Orchestra Assistant, Strings Instructor MR. HAROLD L. MCDONNELL B.S., Ed.M. Supervisor of Music, Band and Orchestra, Instrumental Music MR, RENE MORISSETTE MRS. FLORENCE BYRNE MISS SARAH E. FORREST Drill Instructor Secretary Secrefafy 'Gr'-T ' ..l' 611 indians l William Kosfrewa, Head Custodian CUSTODIANS: Herbert Grosser, Leo Daigle, Jack Kiley, Frank Bamforfh, William Kostrewa ' ' ' 'fI2"'Z'f'Wff'i?'E?'f'I1T'T""1" ' ' f"'-" 'f:f?T?4"'1T" FN" f I "HY " I ' 'TTZTF 'fl .. f-'f..:v,Q .:,Lc- . , fe, ,, . .- ',..,.,::1 ' , 13-igulgldl f44n4 -LW , ' ' Ty , . ' .-i ff" 25.3 S "3 L...I-"- K f iv, E? W V Q- ud4 "'l...I"l., x 5 'T h K gf X f BN K X is 75 W xilllll, i 1-J Q AQ 6813 0 ft ri ,0 gwllol Novv that our tour years at Tenney High have corne to an end, vve, the class of l96l , are ready to go out into the vvorld and face its realities. The education that has been of- fered to us and the experiences that vve have shared should help us to overcome any barrier vvhich confronts us as we pursue our respec- tive goals in lite. Let us all strive to be among the strong, vvho will heed the signs and obey the rules along the highway of opportunity, happiness, prosperity, and success. Daniel F. Nloynihan 1 gfl' a 'I7fP iff' " '7 V IQ i,f,AL,,f :P il lai ! 1 lrnbucin Blliilll' l 1961 ALLEN A. AGHOIAN IIAIII Ambition: Mechanical Engineer. "A conservative, yet congenial personality." Prom Committee 45 Pep Club 4. PATRICIA AKULONIS llpatll Ambition: To graduate. "Quiet, yet not so quiet." Pep Club 47 Senior Play Committeeg Commercial Club 4. SUSAN ALT IISBITII Ambition: To be a success. "There is great ability in knowing how to conceal one's ability." Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Art Staff 4, Honor Society 3, 4: Talent Show 3: Commencement Usherette 3: College Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Basketball Manager 4: Field Hockey l, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, Girls' AA 2, 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Various Committees. DONNA ANDERSON Ambition: To be a secretary and a success. "Laughing eyes reflect a cheerful soul." Commercial Club 4, Pep Club 4: Senior Play Committee, Senior Play Usherette, Prom Committee 3, 4. CHARLES E. ASHFORD "Chuck" Ambition: To ioin the Air Force. "The dream of one is to have wings and follow." Pep Club 4, Hi-Y Club 2. DONALD BANKER "Don" Ambition: Success. "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Bowling Team 3, Cadets 2, 3. '54, STEPHEN H. ANDREW "Steve" Ambition: To enioy life. "Old age is not a friend I care to see." Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Volleyball Team 3, 4. CAROL ANDROSKI "Androsk" Ambition: To go to heaven. "An elfin gleam shines in her pixie eyes." Glee Club 'l, 2, 3: College Club 3, 4: Hockey l, 2, 3, 4: Softball 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 4: Girls' AA 3, 4: TAB Club l, 2, Talent Show 4, Various Committees. RICHARD APOVIAN "Dick" l Ambition: Public Accountant. "Whenever l feel the urge to exercise coming on, l lie down until it passes over." Senior Play Committee: Cadet 2 , 3, 4, Officer 4: Basket- ball I: Orchestra lg Track 3, 4. JOHN ARCHAMBAULT "Jack" Ambition: Success. "To know him is to like him better." Baseball lg Glee Club 3: Bowling Team 3, 4. I 'amz MARILYN ANN BARRY Ambition: To go to college and become a secretary. "ln silence many virtues hide." italian Club 2: Italian Award 2: Pep Club 4: Various Committees. LCUISE BEAULIEU IILOUII Ambition: To own a red Thunderbird. "A pretty girl is like a melody." Prom Committee 3, 4: Grad. Decorations 3: Senior Play Committee: Pep Club 4: Blue and White Circulation Staff 3: Commercial Club 4: Ring Committee 2. ish' 'Y MAURICE BEAULIEU llMOell Ambition: Electronics Engineer. "The life of Riley is the life for me." Cadets 2: Various Committees. DAVID BEGG llDaVell Ambition: Dentist. "His witty talent for telling jokes keeps his friends the gladdest of folks." Chess Club 2: College Club 3, 4: Yearbook Staff: Senior Play Committee. BETTY ANN BARDSLEY IlBeTAI,yIl Ambition: To be a pharmacist. "A great gift does Betty possess: Her's is a gift ot friendliness." Talent Show Committee l, 2: Senior Play Committee: Pep Club 4: Senior Prom Committee. WALTER P. BARRETT "Phil" Ambition: Construction. "Trouble never troubles him." Cadets 1, 2: Football l, 3: Pep Club 4: Baseball 4: Boxing 4. LINDA BELLMORE lILinll Ambition: Airline hostess or beautician. "Lin is swell, as we all know: maybe that's why we like her so." TAB Book Club l: Talent Show Committee l: Senior Play Committee: Prom Committee 4: Pep Club 4: Com- mercial Club 4. JANE BENSON "J. B." Ambition': To marry Vinnie. "O, what a plague is love." Pep Club 4: Commercial Club 4: Senior Play Committee 4: Girls' AA 3. ir'-1, 'S -E WILLIAM H. BERKHEISER "Bill" Ambition: To succeed: "Every clay's a holiday." Baseball l: Football 2: Pep Club 4. PHYLLlS BLAZONIS "Pint" Ambition: Secretary. "Her golden locks are her crowning glory." Commercial Club 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Play Comm.: Prom Comm. 4. DEBORAH LOUISE BOVERNICK "Debbie" Ambition: Mad Scientist. "Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and so do I!" Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4. JOHN BRAIN IIJ. B31 Ambition: Olympic Weight Litter. "Every inch a sport." Baseball 4: Pep Club 4: Volleyball Team 4: Prom Comm. 4. l""- RICHARD BOGANNAM "Dick" Ambition: Draftsman. "Dick is tall and sometimes quiet: But in the classroom he's a riot." Band T, 2, 3: Baseball 4: Bowling Team 2: Volleyball Team 4: Prom Comm. 4: Senior Play Comm. BRENDA BONACORSl "Brensy" Ambition: Airline Hostess. "She walks in beauty like the night." Y-Teens T, 2: TAB Club T: Graduation Decorating Comm. 3, 4: Prom Comm. 3, 4: Senior Play Comm.: Pep Club 4. ARTHUR D. BOREN HAH!! Ambition: To be an automotive mechanic specializing in automatic transmissions. To enlist in the Air Force and further my knowledge in the automotive field. To hold the world's ground speed record. "Little I ask: my wants are few." Pep Club 4. JOSEPH S. BOREN lIDUkell Ambition: To be a gym instructor and to teach all sports as head coach in the Navy, "Life is too short to worry." Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Boxing and Wrestling 4: Weight lifting 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Prom Comm. 4. N SANDRA BROWN llpinkyll Ambition: To be a success. "The wearer of a smile is a friend." Talent Show 1, 2, Senior Play Comm., Prom Committee 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Art Committee 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4. RICHARD BUCO "Dick" Ambition: Mechanic. "Happy I am, from care l'm tree." Basketball I, Italian Club 2, Pep Club 4. ELIZABETH BUKA IlBeH,ylI Ambition: To get married. "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." Various Comm. VIRGINIA BURGESS "Ginny" Ambition: To be a stenographer. "Friendliness is the ticket to happy living." TAB Book Club I, 2, Ring Committee 2, Pep Club 4, Student Council 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, Commercial Club 4, Cheerleader 4, Senior Play, Girls' AA l, 2, 3, 4, Blue and White 3, 4, Various Committees. "wm..,,,,X RONALD BRETTON llRonlI , ' Ambition: To loin the navy and see the world. "l'll do the difficult now, the impossible will take a little longer." Football I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, Captain 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Team 3, 4. ALICE BROTHERS "Sister" Ambition: Secretary. A girl should be seen and not heard." Glee Club T, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Mr. Law's Secretary 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 3, 4, Various Comm. DAVID W. BURKE llDaVeIl Ambition: Electronics. "Some say he's bashful, others doubt it." Pep Club 4, Boxing 4, Volleyball 4. MALCOLM CALL HMG!!! Ambition: To go to Alaska. 'No legacy is so rich as honesty." Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, President 4, College Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4. D' X ll v'f'f"1y lang Co 9 MAU REEN CALLAHAN llKelIylI Ambition: Secretary. "Shy, sweet, smiling evermore5 Maureen's a girl we all adore." Commercial Club 45 Y-Teens l5 Pep Club 4. HENRY F. CARPENITO, JR. "Hank" Ambition: State Trooper. "A car is this man's best friend." Cadets l, 25 Football lg Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 45 ltalian Club 25 Radio Club 35 Prom Comm. 45 Pep Club 45 Weight- lifting I5 TAB Book Club T, 2. EDWARD CHAREST llEdll Ambition: To teach. "Eager to evangelizef' Band l, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Astronomy Club 3, 45 Librarian 35 College Club 3, 45 Senior Play Cast, Leading Role5 Prom Comm. 3. JOSEPH A. CHAREST "Joe" Ambition: Navy. "lt's a man's world." Pep Club 45 Cadets lg Baseball T5 Various Committees. if i bi, y NANCY CARR "Nance" Ambition: Housewife. "She can bake a cherry, pie, Quick as you can wink your eye." Various Committees. ANGELA MARLE CATALANO "Engelchen" Ambition: Medical Technician. "Little deeds of kindness5 Little words of love." Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Astronomy Club 45 Girls' AA 1, 25 TAB Club 5 Pep Club 45 Yearbook Editor5 Senior Play Cast5 Senior Play Usherette 45 Softball Team 25 Book Fair 35 Football Queen5 Various Committees. 3k--J CLIFFORD CHADWICK ,rKip,, An.l trois: Phy. Ed. Teacher. "A great rose indicates a great man-genial, courteous, courageous, -.firile," Yearbook Ed, Staff: Student Council 4, Treasurer 45 Basketball T, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Pep Club 45 D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 35 Honor Society 3, 4: Various Committees. JULIE ANN CHADWICK "Julie" Ambition: Elementary Teacher. "She's a cute little headache and lots of fun," Basketball 3, 45 Senior Play Usherette 45 Pep Club 45 Senior Prom Committee 45 College Club 3, 45 Girls' AA5 Various Committees. DONNA MARIE CHATEAUNEUF "The Chat" Ambition: To go to heaven. "lt is not enough to do good, One must do it the right way." Student Council 3, Teen Page Correspondent 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Band 2, TAB Club 2, 3, Bowling League 3, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, College Club, Various Comm. MIA MIA CHENEY Ambition: Author or Psychiatrist. "l'd rather live in Bohemia than in any other Iand." Glee Club 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4. I : 54, f, A- is MARY JANE CH IARENZA Ambition: IBM Operator. "The sparkling stars that light the skies shine less than Mary's gleaming eyes." Yearbook Business Staff, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Debating Society 2, Italian Club 2, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Girls' AA 2. JAN ET CLEARY "Shanet" Ambition: Nurse. "To know her is to love her." Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, College Club 3, 4, Glee Club T, Talent Show 3, 4, TAB Club I, 2, Secretary 2, Girls' AA I, 2, Y-Teens I, Pep Club 4, Bicycle Club 4, Senior Play Usherette 4, Various Comm. PATRICIA CHARLESWORTH llpaill Ambition: Nurse. "What wisdom can you find that is greater than kind- ness." Pep Club 4, Senior Play Usherette, Senior Prom Comm., Basketball Manger 2, College Club 3, 4. DONALD W. CHASE IIDOHII "He has a friend for every smile and a smile for every friend." Cadet I, 3, 4, History Comm. of Cadet Corps, Chess Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Astronomy Club 3, 4, College Club 3, 4. GAIL EILEEN COLLINS "Windy" Ambition: Flight nurse in U.S.A.F. "Helping people is her life." Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Talent Show I, Military Ball Comm. 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play Comm. 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook Staff. LUCY COLTRARO Ill-OU!! Ambition: Clerical Work. "Resolve to be thyself." Commercial Club 4, Maiorette 3, Italian Club 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Pep Club 4, TAB Club 2, P.T.S.A. Sec- retary 4. X 'Ci f, 0' 'VHP ELAINE COMPARON E "Leanie" Ambition: To always walk in God's will and way. "She talked and as she talked suddenly ghosts walked." D.A.R. Good Citizen Award, Talent Show l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Orchestra 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Blue and White 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Astronomy Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. HARVEY F. COOK "Crash" Ambition: To be an undertaker. "I never think of the future, it comes soon enough." Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Various Comm. ROMEO J. CROTEAU "Romie" Ambition: To start a wood working business after work- ing at Western Electric. "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeol' Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4. WILFRED LEO CYR IIBHIII Ambition: To be a rich bachelor and run a few service stations. "Blonde or brunette this rhyme applies, happy is he who knows them not." Pep Club 4, Cadet l. DONALD COOPER llcoopll Ambition: To serve twenty years in the service. "A good sport is sure to win." Football l, 2, Cadet l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. VINCENT P. COTTONE "Cotton" Ambition: Chiropractor. "He was not merely a chip off the old block, but the block itself." Class Vice-President l, 2, Cadet I, 2, 3, 4, Blue and White Asst. Business Mgr. 2, Asst. Editor 3, Exchange Editor 4, Pep Club 4, Football 2, Track 3, Senior Play Cast, Various Comm. X EDITH LEE CRANE nl-eel: Ambition: To travel around the world. "How shall l know what the world looks like, unless I go and lake a gander at it." Science Club 2, Senior Play Committee, Various Comm. CAROLYN MARlE CRAWFORD "Crawf" Ambition: School teacher. "Steep thyself in a bowl of summertime." Class Treasurer l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, TAB Club l, 2, Girls' AA 2, 3, Bowling League 3, College Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Blue and Whte Staff 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Talent Show 3, 4, Commencement Usherette 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Various Comm. WlLLlAM DEWAN ll ' II Bill Ambition: Pharmacist. "Men of tew words are the best men." Pep Club 4: Senior Play Comm.: Football 2. SANDRA JEAN DIETRICH "Sandi" Ambition: Flight Nurse. 'Eyes colored like a water flower, and deeper than the green sea's glass." Basketball 2, 3, 4: Bowling Team 3: Student Council 1, 25 Pep Club 4: Senior Play Comm.: Girls' AA T, 2, 3, 4: College Club 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Various Comm. fu- SUSAN JOAN DIETRICH "Sue" Ambition: Airline Stewardess. "Oh, where are you going, my pretty little dear?" Blue and White Staff 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Comm.: Pep Club 4: Talent Show Usherette 2: Senior Prom Comm. 4. DORIS DION "Dirty Dot" Ambition: To make people laugh. "Wit is the only wall between us and the dark." Senior Play Comm.: Pep Club 4: Bowling League 3, 4: Commercial Club 4. Rs iii. f ., 1, gl - ""T ' 1 .f ' ,Ci W: l ., if V Ks: - I . I 4 Q 4.1. l 3? xii? ? P , Q 4 ,Q Q , f 1. 1 y fi 45 :11 KZ? ffilbi 2... 31 Sami 3. 1 :f:.w:'.f41.: U ' E+' fu v,g.:- , A q f ,121 u ,fe tm M . ff ... MICHEAL A. D'AREZZO "Mike" Ambition: To be a mechanic. "My cars are my weaknesses." Various Comm. RICHARD DAVIS "Dick" Ambition: Draftsman "Life is just a bowl of cherries." Cadet l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Comm.: Football 2: Pep Club 4: Ski Club 4. LEONARD DONOVAN "Lancer" Ambition: Pilot. "I've taken my tun where I've found it." Various Comm. KENNETH DOVVNEY "Ken" Ambition: To be adraftsman. "Never say more than is necessary." Various Comm. H rn u rl I. , fiifiv-i f . . "' ' "1 4 sv-.ge -R WZ! BARBARA DUBE "Barb" Ambition: Medical Secretary. "A jolly disposition and a carefree mind, A happier girl you will never find." Commercial Club 4, Maiorette 2, 4, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4. ELIZABETH ANN DUBLIN 1rDUbl1 Ambition: To be happy. "For we dipped into the future, far as the eye could see and pretty little Betty was as happy as could be."' TAB Book Club T, 2, Ring Comm, 2, Girls' AA 2, College 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4, Freshman Reception Comm. 4, Pep Club 4, Various Committees. JUDITH EATON "Judy" Ambition: Secretary. "She's a miniature miss, Merry and kind." Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Senior Play Committee. MARCIA ELLEN EATON "Marci" Ambition: Youth Director. "Genius, that power which dazzles mortal eyes, ls oft but Perseverance in disguise." Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Talent Show I, 2 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Commencement Usher- ette 3, Senior Play Comm., TAB Book Club 3, Teen Dance Band I, 2, Various Committees. . ARLENE A. DUBOIS Ambition: To be successful. "Ask and it shall be given you." Pep Club 4, Various Committees. ELAINE Y. DUBOIS Ambition: To be happy. "The world is so full of a number of things, I am sure we should all be as happy as kings." Pep Club 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. I I u IRENE DUBOIS Ambition: To be happy. "There is no duty we underrate so much as the duty of being happy." Pep Club -1, Various Committees. LAWRENCE ERBAN "Larry" Ambition: Ecclesiastical work. "Every inch a sport" Pep Club 4, Football I, Basketball I, Senior Play Com- mittee 4. , ... ,.,.': JAMES E. ELLIOTT "Jim" Ambition: A career in the Air Force. "An air-minded lad is he." Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1. DOREEN EN US llDeell Ambition: To be happy. "Oh! What mysteries those sparkling eyes conceal." Senior Play Usherette 4, Prom Committee 4, Pep Club 4, TAB Book Club l, 2, Girls' AA 1, 2, Y-Teens i, 2, Commercial Club 4, Rangerette 4, Various Comm. 'QM "'Wvbw.vw 'U-Q-if it 6 ii., 3.2.11 :: s zfii itt ff? Q51 A ...xiii SUNNY ROSE ESPERlAN llsunll Ambition: Hairdresser. "Keep Your sunny side up." Y-Teens l, Talent Show 2, Senior Play Comm., Various Committees. JOHN C. FEDERICO "Fed" Ambition: To attend school of dentistry. "A captivating smile and wavy hair'will get him any- where." Various Comm. KATHLEEN ANN EICHORN lllkell Ambition: To be happy. "A little peach in the orchard grew." Maiorette 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Secretary 3, Ring Comm. 2, Year- book Business Staff, Girls' State Representative 3, Col- lege Club 3, 4, President 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Girls' AA l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Pep Club 4. ELIZABETH ANN ELIET "Liz" Ambition: Service. "She bubbles with wit and good humor." Y-Teens l, 2, Senior Play Comm., Various Comm. 'CLAIRE JANET FAERBER "Fabadab" Ambition: To be happy. "l never met a man I didn't like." TAB Club l, 2, Girls' AA l, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens l, 2, Science Club 2, Maiorette 4, Senior Play Comm., Senior Prom Comm. 4. ALBERT EIELDING "Coffee Grinder" Ambition: Cartoonist. "No sooner said than clone." Italian Club, Yearbook Staff, Various Committees. x ,V in I, SUPPY . 'Sw A NU VH023 a A N L - fd A H W DONNA RAE FINETHY Ambition: To go to Business School. "She is liked everywhere all of the time." Y-Teens i: Senior Play Comm.: Talent Show Comm.: Senior Prom Comm. 4: Various Comm. CAROL JOYCE FINNEGAN "Candy" Ambition: To marry Joe. "Marriages are made in heaven." Commercial Club 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Play Comm. 4. ALEXANDER FREEDMAN llTOOt11 Ambition: To be a Success." "Let us have wine and women, mirth and laughter." Honor Society 3, 4: Cadet l, 2, 3: Colonel 4: College Club 3, 4: Golf Team 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Football l: Basketball I, 2. MELVINA GABOUR "Vina" Ambition: To take a long trip to anywhere. "Whatever the hour, she'll never look sour." Various Committees. fi M 'if 4 SUSAN E. Fl'l'ZPATRlCK Ilsuell Ambition: Teacher or Secretary. "No matter what others may be, she will always be herself." Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: College Club 3, 4: Chess Club 2: Ring Comm. 2: Senior Play Comm. 4: Various Comm. NIALL FLEMING "Zeke" Ambition: To Someday wedel. "Laugh yourself into stitches." Cadet 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Senior Play Cast. 1 QL: BARBARA R. FLETCHER "Barb" Ambition: Secretary or Beautician. "A jovial, coaxing manner, A smile and friendly welcome L for all." Glee Club T, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2: Pep Club 4: Commercial Club 4. JOHN FOX "Gus" Ambition: Electrical engineer. "A little learning is a dangerous thing." Pep Club 4: Various Comm. 'dim ELSA GALE "Vicki" Ambition: To become a laboratory technician. "Marriage is made in heaven." Glee Club T: Science Club 2, Girls' AA 2, 35 Pep Club 4: Senior Prom Comm.: Various Comm. THOMAS- GALLAGHER IlTOmII Ambition: State Policeman. "A talkative fellow is hard to find: But Tom is sure active in this line." Football lp Baseball lp Cadet 2, Pep Club 4: Senior Prom Committee 4. PAUL ROBERT GALLO llpaulll Ambition: Architectural Engineer. "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Chess Club 2: Pep Club 4. JOY BRENDA GARLAND llsjudyll Ambition: To become a nurse. "The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid." Chess Club T, Treasurer lp Honor Society 3, 4: Senior Play Comm.: Italian Club 4. FLORENCE GAGNE IIFI ll Ambition: To travel. O I 4-vu., --9 6' ifwwpw "Afoot and lighthearted, I take to the open road." Various Committees. RICHARD GALARNEAU Dick Ambition: To be a professional photographer. "Good natured and a good friend." Pep Club 4: Senior Prom Committee 4. JEANNE ELIZABETH GARNEAU "Jeannie" Ambition: To be a secretary. "A genial smile and a friendly face will go far." Pep Club 4: Various Comm. 6 JOHN JOSEPH GLIZYNSKI IIJ yll Ambition: Engineer. "Bashful, sensitive, good and kind: A guy like him is hard to find." Pep Club 4: Various Comm. 'xv 'N-'P' 3' C311 fl X N UU N ITI Z U nv 13 gb Tm do O E U O Z 15 3 U' 51 O E' P 5 5. CD I O cn -u Q7 Ln fn Q 'A ,Z I Y it 1 .9 . biz? 1, "C", F, . , A VV.V 1 . gi .t -A ...M , IK . .I i 4 1 f 1 "She'll tly through the air with the greatest of ease." Basketball 3, 4, Fielcl Hockey 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Play Usher, Prom Comm. 4, Y-Teens l, Softball 3, 4. LOUISE GOSSELIN "Lou" Ambition: To be happy and rich. "Tall and slender, but not too thin, She's pretty as a picture, neat as a pin." Prom Committee 4, Blue and White Staff 4, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Girls' AA. THOMAS l.. GRASSO "Tom" Ambition: To go to college. "Every inch a good fellow, and, oh, so many inches." Baseball l, Football 2, Track 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Prom Committee. LINDA M. GREENWOOD "Lin" Ambition: To go to college. "Her bubbling laugh will echo through the years." Pep Club 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Field Hockey l, Softball 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. time fib- 1 i ROBERT A. GOUTTE "Bob" Ambition: Draftsman. "I will find a way or make one." Pep Club 4, Various Committees. EDWIN O. GRAHAM "Ted" Ambition: To be a senior in college. "Gentle manner, pleasant smile, Are two of Ted's traits which are certainly worthwhile." Chess Club l, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Bowling 4. 5x STEPHEN GRAHAM "Steve" Ambition: To be a teacher and a coach. "Any job looks easy when someone else is doing it." Class Vice-President 3, Cadet l, 2, 3, Officer 4, Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Science Club 2. BARBARA GRAICHEN "Barb" Ambition: Medical Secretary. "lf having fun was a crime, Barb would be serving a life sentence." Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Y-Teens l. sE' MICHAEL GRIECO "Mike" Ambition: To get out of here. "Silence is golden." Bowling 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Various Comm. KEVIN GRIFFIN "Grit" Ambition: Architectural Engineer. "ln sports this fellow is sure to go tar, Since he is one of our football stars." Football T, 2, 3, 4, Basketball T, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cadet T, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1. ff RAYMOND D. HADDAD IlRayll Ambition: Engineer. "Her lips were so near that-what else could I do?" Class President I, 2, Cadet I, 2 3 4, Officer 4, Ring Comm. Chairman 2, Magazine Drive l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4, Senior Play Cast, College Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Golf Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Basketball 2, Bowling League 3, Senior Prom Comm. SHEILA HADLEY Ambition: To be a secretary or interior decorator. "Fun and frolic, glee is there." Senior Prom Comm., Pep Club 4, Senior Play Comm., Commercial Club 4, RICHARD J. GRELLE "Rick" Ambition: To ioin the Air Force. "Handsome is as handsome does." Track 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Football 2, Pep Club 4. DIANE GRENDA "Puddles" Ambition: Private Secretary. "Nothing is so popular as kindness." Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, TAB Club 'l, 2, Ring Comm. 2, Commercial Club 4, Senior Play Usherette 4 Girls' AA 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Various Comm. BRENDA HAJJAR "The Bren" Ambition: Private Secretary. "You can ask me tor anything you like, except time." Student Council I, 2, 3, President 4, Girls' AA l, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Bowling League 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Chess Club 3, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Y-Teens T, 2, 3, TAB Book Club 1, 2, Various Committees. SUSAN K. HAJJAR ll "II Hall Ambition: To be a success. "Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors." Student Council T, Field Hockey l, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Photography Staff, Blue and White Staff 4, Senior Play Cast, Ski Club 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Commencement Usherette 3, Talent Show Usherette 2, Girls' AA l, 2, Various Committees. 'A vimpnff RICHARD A. I-IERTRICH "Dick" Ambition: Engineer. "Work tascinates me-I can sit and look at it for hours." Cadet I, 2, 3, Officer 4, Football Manager I, Blue and White 4, Class Vice-President 4, Pep Club 4, Ring Committee 2. CAROL HICKS "Hicksey" Ambition: Secretary. "Sweeter also than honey and the honey comb." Y-Teens I, 2, College 3, TAB Book Club 2, Pep Club 4, Talent Show Comm, 4, Girls' AA 2, 3, Various Com- mittees. JACQUELINE C. HURRELL "Jackie" Ambition: To become an airline hostess. "Liked by all who know her." Prom Decorating Committee 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4. NIARJORIE INCOLLINGO "Margie" Ambition: Executive Secretary. "As blue as the skies, Are Marjorie's eyes." Senior Play Committee, Commercial Club 4, Pep Club 4. X " fx PATRICIA J. HILL llpatll Ambition: Bookkeeper and typist. "Force is no remedy." D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 3, Blue and White Circula- tion Manager 4, Basketball 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, Captain 4, Girls' AA 4, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4. ALAN HIMMER AI , Ambition: Mechanic. "Live today, let tomorrow take care of itself." Hi-Y, Cadet i, Various Committees. 1 JEANNE I-IOMSEY Ambition: Executive Secretary. "She is the gentle, quiet kind." Blue and White 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Girls' AA i. PATRICIA ANNE HUME Ambition: To be a typist. "She enjoys life in a quiet way." Senior Prom Committee 4, Commercial Club -1, Pep Club 4, TAB Book Club I, Senior Play Committee. . ..,...- ,.,.... --. H, Y - B ...... ... .,.,,,. ...-,.i-,Q., 1 QQ- I www W V - V - .t.-use X' ' -W , s. s.t:',fwv ,. ...' . - . 'ern-:xe,LsL,.3.z:.: rt' f ,ny-ww g-LL 4 JOHN H. JACOBS lIJaCkII Ambition: Military. "Einstein has nothing on him." Cadet l, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club l, 2, 3, 4, Astronomy Club 3, 4, Science Club 2. SHIRLEY JANOSKI "Shirl" Ambition: A promising housewife. "There is mischief in her eyes." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Softball 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4. THOMAS JEN KINS IITOmmyll Ambition: Mechanic. "Ships and snails and puppy dog tails, Such is Tommy made of." Cadet 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 'l, Pep Club 4. PATRICIA JENNINGS llpatll Ambition: To be a nurse. "The best gift is a portion of thyself." TAB Book Club l, 2, 3, Science Club 2, Talent Show 3, Girls' AA I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, College Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Rangerette 4, Glee Club l, Various Committees. NANCY G. INGALLS llNanlI Ambition: Occupational therapist or teacher. "A sunny nature wins lasting friends." Field Hockey l, 2, 3, Maiorette 4, Basketball 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Chess Club 2, Student Director of Senior Play, Girls' AA, Science Club 2, Various Comm. MARILYN J. JACKLlN IIMBIII Ambition: Nursing. "And the score goes up another notch." Field Hockey l, 2, 3, Basketball T, 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. MARILYN JESSIE HAAaIll Ambition: Commercial Artist. "Drawing and painting are her lines, As an artist she will shine." Blue and White 4, Senior Play Comm. 4, Senior Prom Comm., Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4. HERBERT W. JONES, lll UBL-,dll Ambition: Forester. "He is wise, who talks but little. Cadet 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4, Various Comm. 'life "5 E- kwa? 'WFP' : 6 'iid -Wu- HOLLY JONES "Holi" Ambition: To become a good biology teacher. "Purple, clarkly, deeply, beautifully purple." Glee Club 2, 3, Chess Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, Astronomy Club 4, Yearbook Art Staff, Commencement Usherette 3, Honor Society 3, 4. MARK P. JONES Ambition: To be a rich physician. "Pleasant, well-mannered and rather shy, Every worth- while activity Mark will try." Cadet 1, Wrestling Team 1, Chess Club 3, 4, Astronomy Club 3, 4, Bowling Team 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Vice'President 4, Yearbook Art Staff, Science Club 2, Various Committees. JANET KOLIFRATH ll-lanll Ambition: Secretary. "Sugar and spice and all things nice, Such is Janet made of." Pep Club 4, Y-Teens l, 2, TAB Book Club l, Ring Comm. 2, Blue and White Staff, Various Committees. JEANNE KOZDRA llJayn Ambition: To finish school and begin working. "She laughs as she comes, She laughs as she goes." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Play Committee. MQQ DOLORES KADY "Dede" Ambition: Bookkeeper or Accountant. "Silence, more musical than any song." Commercial Club 4, Italian Club 3, Pep Club 4, Various Comm. GAYLE PATRICIA KEANEY "Keeney" Ambition: To become a high school teacher and to have six children. "Gentlemen always seem to remember blondes." TAB Book Club l, Science Club 2, Ring Committee 2, Class Secretary 2, Talent Show 3, Girls' AA 1, 2, Pep Club 4, Student Council 4, Senior Play' Cast, Prom Comm., Glee Club 4, College Club 3, 4, Various Comm. i Z K KATHERINE Kansa "Kathy" Ambition: Laboratory Technician. "Kathy is good-natured, friendly, and true, She never shows signs of being blue." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor society 3, 4: Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4, College Club 4, Commencement Usherette 3. ROBERT KILCOYNE "Killer" Ambition: Mechanical Engineer. "God made him small so He could do a better fob of ir." Various Committees, i RAY LAVIGNE X Ambition: Engineer. ' "Pleasure first and business after." l Golf Team 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Bowling Team 4. i EDWARD Leivusux l "Eddie" Ambition: To be a meteorologist. "The wheel that squeaks the loudest, is the one that gets the grease." Cadet 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Science Club 2, Various Committees. Q"5u-.T A 4 NORMA M. LEVEILLE "Norm" Ambition: School teacher. "Waiting for a little devilry." Class Secretary 1, Field Hockey 1, 2, Basketball 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Maiorette 3, Ski Club 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Glee Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 'I, 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Talent Show 4, Girls' AA l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 3, Various Committees. ROSANNE LEVESQUE Ambition: To be a teacher. "Girls have curious minds, And fain would know the end of everything." Yearbook Staff, Photography, Senior Play Cast, Ski Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, College Club 3, 4, Various Committees. f CHARLENE KUSNIERSKI "Chickie" Ambition: To teach physical education at Tenney High. "A lot of fun for everyone." TAB Book Club 1, 2, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Senior Play Comm. JOHN LAHAN llsjackll Ambition: To always be happy. "To keep happy is all I try to do." Track 3, Various Committees. ARLEEN LINEHAN "Smiley" Ambition: Secretary. "She always looks nice, she's always gay, Arleen has a smile, every single clay." TAB Book Club l, Prom Committee 3, 4, Senior Play Comm. 4, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4. RICHARD LOESCHNER "Dick" Ambition: To go to college. "Throw fear to the wind." Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Senior Play Comm., Prom Comm., Various Comm. N M I' 'arf F. ,f MARIE A. LONIBARDI "Smiley" Ambition: Housewife and typist. "Happy and cute, but never boId5 She's a friend as good as gold." Italian Club I, 25 Glee Club 3, 45 Pep Club 4. DOUGLAS LUNIB IIDOUQII Ambition: Engineer. "A pleasing smile, a cheerful word5 Doug's often seen but seldom heard." Bowling 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Pep Club 45 Glee Club 45 Chess Club 45 Science Club 2. JOYCE A. NIALISOS "Joycie" Ambition: Governmental Worker. "This gal is fragile as a toy5 And one of her traits is being coy." Commercial Club 45 Pep Club 45 TAB Book Club Club I, 25 Various Committees. RICHARD MARQUIS "Dick" Ambition: Electrician. "I may be tall, but I'm still reaching for the moon." Cadet I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 25 Senior Play Committee. WT: WILFRED LUSTENBERGER "Willy" Ambition: Wildlife manager and go To Alaska. "Just a folly iester." Track 35 Senior Play Committee. GRANT NIacLEAN "Fuzzy" Ambition: To stamp out all Chevrolets. "Had I been present at creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better ordering of the uni verse." Various Comm. 3- s . BETTY NIAGGIO Ambition: Private Secretary. "Betty is bashful and quite serene: Whenever she smiles personality beams." Y-Teens I5 Italian Club 35 Blue and White Staff 45 Senior Play Committee5 Pep Club 45 Commercial Club 45 Girls' AA I, 3. JEANNE MAILHOT Ambition: To be ambitious. "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard sweeter." Senior Play Comm. SIE ROBERT W. MCDERMOTT lIBObll Ambition: Engineer. "All great men are dead, and I don't feel too good myself." Yearbook Staff, Chess Club 3, Ski Club 4, Baseball 'l, Basketball 1, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 4, Glee Club 4, College Club 4. SUZANN MCKENZIE llsuell Ambition: To be a teacher. "To live is not to live for one's self alone, let us help one another." Band l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Blue and White Staff 3, Co-Editor 4, Yearbook Photography Staff, College Club 4, Senior Play Committee, Orchestra 3, 4. t t l l ELEANOR MESSINA "EIlie" Ambition: Executive Secretary. "Beauty is a power, a smile its sword." Italian Club l, 2, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 4. RAYMOND MICHAUD JR. "Peanuts" Ambition: To be an airplane pilot or to get an electrical engineering degree. "A sociable fellow." Glee Club l, Various Committees. WILLIAM MARTELL "Willie" Ambition: To leave Tenney High School. "With a twinkle in his eye, he watches life pass gaily by. 11 Various Committees. PATRICIA MCCARTHY "Pat" Ambition: To be a success. "Warm friendship like the setting sun." Student Council 2, Secretary 4, Cheerleader 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, TAB Book Club 1, Basketball 2, 3, Blue and White 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Girls' AA 1, 2, Bowling League 3, Band 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Commercial Club 4, Chess Club 2, Pep Club 4, Various Committees. EILEEN M. MIDDLEMISS "Ween" Ambition: A promising housewife. "Little and cute, witty and wise, Eileen's really something for her size." Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 4. SHARON MILLS "Blondie" Ambition: Airline Hostess. "Quiet and charming." Various Committees. C 3' '-Q 11" 54, DANIEL MOYNII'-IAN uDanll Ambition: To be a teacher and a coach. "You've got to be a football hero." Class President 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cadet I, 2, Basketball 2, Blue and White Staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff. TH ERESA MULCAI-IY IlTerrylI Ambition: To be a successful secretary. FRANK MORGAN "Shiny hair, pretty eyes, Make this cute Senior quite a prize. Ambition: To be a Naval officer. "On the trumpet, he's the best, watch him score in a math test." Band I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 3, 4, Basketball I, Chess Club I, Radio Club 2, Talent Show. CHARLES MORRIS "Chuck" Ambition: To be an accountant. "An all-around fellow, and a wonderful guy." Bowling 2, 3, 4, Capt. 3, Baseball I, Senior Play Com- mittee, Pep Club 4, G lee Club 4. VICTOR NASTASIA Ambition: Store worker. "Much ado about nothing." Pep Club 4, Varrious Committees. DONNA NELSON Ambition: To be a nur SE. "What is mine is yours, What is yours in mine." Senior Play Committe ous Committees. e, Pep Club 4, Italian Club 4, Vari Pep Club 4, Commercial Club A, Softball 4, Various Com- mittees. K B ff WILLIAM MULLEN, JR. "Bill" Ambition: To become a teacher at Tenney High. "As idle as a painted ship, Upon a painted ocean." Pep Club -1, Various Committees. BARBARA JANICE MURAD "Babs" Ambition: Laboratory Technician. "She puts all her troubles in the bottom of her heart, then sits on the lid and smiles." Y-Teens l, 2, 3 4, President 3, Girls' AA I, Senior Prom Usherette 2, Talent Show Usherette I, Pep Club 4. iii r WALTER NORTON IIWGITII l Ambition: Salesman. "When you're tall, there's more of you to like." Pep Club 4, Various Comm. DENNIS O'CONNELL "Doc" Ambition: Architect. "Tumpy-tum-tum, tumpy-tum-tump." Pep Club 4, Various Comm. 16223, .a MV REBECCA JEAN PACKER IlBeCkyll Ambition: To have a happy, successful future. "A laugh is worth a thousand groans in any market." College Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Y-Teens T, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Girls' AA T. DONALD PADUCHOWSKI "Don" Ambition: Forester. "These trees shall be my books." Baseball 'l, 2, Bowling League 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Senior Play Committee 4, College Club 3, 4. 4: OVELINE NOLlN "Ovie" Ambition: Nursing. "Gentle in manner-kind in thought." Pep Club 4, Various Committees. CONSTANCE NORTON "Connie" Ambition: To be a secretary. "The world would be a better place if there were more like you." Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Softball 4. JOHN PAGLIUSO Ambition: Draftsman. "Life's too short for one of us to worry." Baseball 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. ALICE PATCH IIAIII Ambition: To be a success. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Pep Club 4, TAB Book Club l, 2, Commercial Club 4, Girls' AA T, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, Various Committees. .gs sw FRANCES J. PATTl "Franny" Ambition: To be a model. "Magnificent spectacle of human happiness." Italian Club l, 2, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Various Comm. M. PAULINE PERONT "Pauline" Ambition: To be successful. "This Senior Miss is sweet and sublime, She's a regular pal any old time." Pep Club 4, Various Comm. ANN MARIE PIETRASZEK llTinylI Ambition: Nurse. "With always a smile as she goes past, What a wonder- ful friend is this charming lass." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Astronomy Club 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Yearbook Staff, Commencement Usher- ette 3, Blue and White 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, TAB Book Club 2, College Club 3, 4, Book Fair 3, Talent Show Usherette 2, Senior Play Cast, Usherette' 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. GUY J. PITOCCHELLI, JR. Ambition: Engineer. . "Short in stature, tall in brains, In high scholastic average lies his fame." Band l, 2, 3, 4, Track Team 2, Chess Club l, Italian Honor Club 3, Pep Club 4, Honor Society 3, 4. 49.40 Q' .- ' .1 I F2 RICHARD J. PERREAULT Ambition: Soda ierk. "Let the world slide, l'll not budge." Pep Club 4, Various Committees. GARY PERRY "Gar" Ambition: Professional Mathematician. "There is no royal road to geometry." Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, College Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, President 2, Astronomy Club 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Football 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook Staff, Award of the Mathi ematical Assn. of America 3, Various Comm. JAMES E. PERRY "Jim" Ambition: Art teacher. "His mind is ever free from care." Cadet I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Various Committees. JOAN PERRY "Joni" Ambition: To be a success. "Helter-skelter, hurry-scurry." Glee Club l, 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Cadet Secretary 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Senior Play Comm. 3, 4, Various Committees. W? Yi ALLEN B. POTVIN IIAIII Ambition: To become a civil engineer. "Workers of the world, unite . . ." Chess Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Yearbook Circulation Staff, Mass. Boys' State Rep- resentative, National Merit Scholarship Letter of Com- mendation, Harvard Book Award, Science Club 2, De- bating Society 2, College Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Various Committees. RONALD REINHOLD "Butch" Ambition: Architectural Engineer or Draftsman. "He may be quiet, but look again." Senior Play Committee, Pep Club 4, Senior Prom Com- mittee. vmxx GEORGE F. RENNIE Ambition: To get a higher education. "The Fuhrer is always right." Astronomy Club 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, College Club 4. BEVERLY JOYCE REUTER IlBeVII Ambition: Nurse. "With a twinkle in her eye." Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, College Club 4, Senior Prom Comm., Senior Play Comm. -x ,- Nik. LEO POLIZOTI Ambition: Electronic Engineer. "Who first invented work and bound the free and rejoicing spirit down?" Radio Club. CAROL ANN POMPHRET "Pom-porn" Ambition: Registered pharmacist. "Little friends may prove great friends." Orchestra l, 2, 3, College Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, Astronomy Club 4, Chess Club l, Senior Play Committee, Pep Club 4, Girls' AA 1, 2, Yearbook Staff. MARY JANE RILEY Ambition: To marry a certain Swede. "Witty, lively, and full of fun." Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Girls' AA 3, 4. 'RICHARD ROBERTS "Dick" Ambition: Air Force. "Ott he goes, into the wild blue yonder." THOMAS ROBILLARD "Rocket" Ambition: To join the service and see the world. "Be not the slave of words." Football l, 4, Baseball l, 3, 4, Basketball l, 3, 4, Various Committees. SHARON L. RODGERS llshayll Ambition: To attend Bridgewater State Teachers College and study physical education. "Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves." Military Ball Comm. 3, 4, Senior Play Comm., Senior Prom Comm. 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, College Club 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Talent Show Committee 3. CAROLYN RUSSELL Ambition: Children's Nurse. "You've got to be happy." Glee Club 3, 4, Senior Play Comm. 4, Various Com- mittees. LOUIS SAAB Ambition: To be a millionaire. "lt is better to live rich than to die rich." Orchestra l, 2, Various Committees. - fu ' ' .' , .. ' . .17--fm:-r , ,- ,t LEO J. ROOT "Chester" Ambition: Minister. "Relatively speaking .... " Astronomy Club 3, 4, Chess Club 'l, 2, College Club 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Science Club 2, Debating Society 2, Pep Club 4, Various Committees. HAZEL ANN ROTONDO Hasel Nuss" Ambition: To be a iournalist. "Speak out, hide not thy thoughts." Honor Society 3, 4, Blue and White Staff 2, 3, Literary Ed. 4, Yearbook Executive Statt, Astronomy Club 3, 4, TAB Book Club 2, Talent Show Usherette 2, Commence- ment Usherette 3. X' 15' CAROLE ROURKE "Carrie" Ambition: Bank Clerk. "A gleam in her eyes, a smile on her lips." Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Various Committees. NANCY GAIL RUDIS IlNanll Ambition: To marry a football hero. "Fun-loving and fancy free." Glee Club 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Senior Play Comm. 4 Girls' AA. WY ROBERT A. ST. ONGE "Little Bob" Ambition: To ioin the Navy. "That ole devil sea." Cadet 1, Pep Club 4, Football i, Various Committees. ROBERT J. ST. ONGE "Big Bob" Ambition: To be a cameraman or salesman. "Not afraid of work, but.not in sympathy with it." Camera Operator 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Football T. , 'i .f JUDITH SALMON "Fish" Ambition: To further my education in business. "Neat and sweet, Friendly and gay, ls Judy any old day." Talent Show 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Senior Play Usher- ette, Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Pep Club 4, TAB Book Club 2,' Girls' AA, Yearbook Editorial Staff, Bowling League 3, Various Committees. POLLY ANN SANBORN Ambition: To travel. "The magic of the tongue is the most dangerous of all spells." Freshman Class Queen, Cheerleader 4, Maiorette 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Field Hockey i, 2, Chess Club l, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens, President l, 2 3, Bowling League 3, College Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Girls' AA 2, 3, 4, Various Comm. WW GEORGE SABBAGH "Arab" Ambition: Nuclear physicist. "What, me worry?" Cadet T, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club T, Golf Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Senior Play Cast, Blue and White Staff, Pep Club 4, Basketball l, Science Fair I, 2, 3, 4. RUBY ST. CLAIR "Ding Dong" Ambition: Teacher and author. "Hitch your wagon to a star." Honor Society 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, College Club 3, 4, Chess Club 2, Senior Play Comm. 4, Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Pep Club 4. ARTHUR SARCIONE 'Arty" Ambition: Mechanic. "A good-natured all around fellow." Radio Club, Pep Club 4, Various Committees. ROBERT SAVASTANO llBObll Ambition: To be a success. "Full of lite, full of fun, Speaking of sports, he's one.' Football '4, Basketball 3, 4. .11 1 -4 .L F A A ,UAS 9, No' M Q Dnrvff' . , X A , x. 4. 4' MAUREEN SCHIAVONE 1lBUr-Inyll Ambition: To become a medical Secretary. "A merry giggle and sparkling eyes, A bubbling per- sonality that never dies." Bowling League 35 Pep Club 45 Y-Teens 25 Various Committees. RAYMOND SCHOFE llRayl1 Ambition: To become President. "Always full of fun, you bet, Ray's a boy you can't forget." Band I, 2 3, 415 Bowling Team 35 Various Committees. MURRAY SMITH Ambition: Business or teaching. "Difficulties are things that show what men are." Track 2, 3, Captain 115 Basektball 3, 45 Student Council 45 Student Director of Senior Play5 Holder of Tenney High and Little Three shot put record 35 Pep Club 4, STEPHEN SMITH t'Smiity" Ambition: Draftsman. "l'm sitting on top of the world." Cadets I, 25 Pep Club 45 Baseball 25 Various Committees. 1'- PHOTO Nol Availablc hh. LYNN MARIE SCOTT "Scotty" Ambition: Executive Secretary. "Dainty, delightful, Charming and sweet." Pep Club A5 Commercial Club 45 Various Committees. BERNARD F. SH EEHY "Bernie" Ambition: Mechanic. "Easy is as easy does. Cadets lj Pep Club 45 Hi-Y Club5 Various Comm. KENNETH SHIEPE "Camel Jockey" Ambition: To have money. "Oh, oh! Happy go lucky me." Cadet I5 Hi-Y Club 35 Blue and White Staff 2: Pep Club 4. GEORGE SKAEF ,Ill-TBCICSH Ambition: Air Force pilot or mechanic. "Take it easy." Cadets I, 25 Football 'I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball I5 Senior Play Comm.5 Pep Club 4. i wtf? WW' JEFFREY STROVlNK "J eff" Ambition: To become a non-commissioned officer in the Rangers, a tougher part of the Army, and to specialize in advanced warfare training. "Fame is the thirst of youth." Chess Club l, 2: Various Committees. JOYCE M. TAKESIAN HJOH Ambition: X-Ray Technician. "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." Tab Book Club l: Science Fair 3, 4: Senior Play Com- mittee: Various Committees. W-'N 'wrt if f CARL TEARNO llCaTlI Ambition: Bank official. "Put not your trust in money, but put your money in trust." Cadet 'l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Football 2: Senior Play Committee. RICHARD THERRIEN "Dick" Ambition: To attend Northeastern University and study aeronautical engineering. "Now here is a boy who is on the beam, To most of the gals, he's considered a dream." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Cadet 2, 3: Pep Club 4. Wwe Wmaqw' ROBERT STELLA l1BOb1l Ambition: To become a twenty year man in the Navy and retire with a pension. "Always smiling." Movie Operator 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Various Committees. JUSTINE STOCKS "Teenie" Ambition: To become a high school business teacher. "Gaze into her eyes and you'll see an agel: Gaze a little longer and you'll see an imp." Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Talent Show 1, 2 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Astronomy Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Senior Play Committee: Commencement Usherette 3: Blue and White Business Manager. JOHN TOBIA IlTObylI Ambition: Meterologist. "Astronomy compels the soul to look upwards and leads Us from this world to another." Senior Play Cast: Astronomy Club 3, 4, President 3, 4: Cadet l: Yearbook Staff 4. RICHARD TOKOWICZ "Rich" Ambition: Air Force. "School: such a dull issue with me." Various Committees. 'IF' .yy 1'-"" 4-4 l 1 'T JUN Y ,pf A-if GERALDINE TOMASELLI "Gerry" Ambition: Teacher. "She has sparkle, sincerity and style." Y-Teens l5 College Club 3, 45 Science Club 25 Pep Club 45 Senior Prom Comm. 4. MARlE TOOHEY Ambition: To pursue an education in business. "Petite, with a smile." Girls' Field Hockey 15 Yearbook Staff5 Senior Play Usher- ette5 Prom Decorating Comm. 45 Pep Club 45 Girls' AA5 Cadet Secretary5 Graduation Decorating Comm. 3, 4. MICHAEL WATMAN "Rasputin" Ambition: Mathematician. "To be great is to be misunderstood." Chess Club 3, Secretary 45 Astronomy Club, Vice-Presi- dent 3, 45 Honor Society 3, President 45 Representative 35 D.A.R. Good Citizenship medal 2. CARL VVELLMAN Ambition: To be a mechanical engineer. "He's okay in anyone's book." Track 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Various Committees. Jas tl" LINDA VANANNAN Ambition: To be a model. "l'd rather be short and shine than be tall and cast a w shadow." .nu?"" Y-Teens l5 Pep Club 45 Various Committees. GEORGE WADE llGeOlI Ambition: To stay in high school. "When I think ot the happy days . . . " Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Cadet 15 Pep Club 45 Various Committees. net S' ' CY' M 'if Y"'-rx Boys' State DOUGLAS WAITES "Doug" Ambition: Skiing instructor and owner of a ski resort. "OH! the snow, the beautiful snow." Hi-Y Club l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Various Committees. ANN MARIE WARING Qs . "Annie Oakley" Ambition: To get ahead. "Born with the gift of laughter and the sense that the world is mad." Field Hockey l, 2, 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Basketball 45 Pep Club 45 Science Club 25 Various Committees. We CHARLOTTE JANE WHITESIDE "Whitehouse" Ambition: To make a million Dollars. "Over the hill to the poor house, I'm trudgin' my weary way." Glee Club i, 2, 35 Astronomy Club 45 Pep Club 45 Field Hockey i, 25 Science Club 25 Y-Teens i, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3. BARBARA WILSON "Barbi" Ambition: To be a successful secretary. "No one knows what one can do until one tries." Y-Teens 1, 25 Yearbook Staff5 Pep Club 45 Cadet Secre- tary 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 45 Senior Play Commit'tee5 Senior Prom Committee. NANCY J. WIRTH IINanll Ambition: Medical Technologist. "l hardly find any persons of good sense save those who agree with me." Field Hockey i, 2, 3, Captain 45 Basketball 25 Maiorette 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Girls' AA i, 2, 35 Commencement Usherette 35 National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation5 Yearbook Circula- tion Staff5 Talent Show Usherette 25 Y-Teer1S lf 2, 3: College Club 3, 4. FRANK WOOD "Woody" Ambition: To go to college. "A man of few words is he." Band i, 2, 3, 45 Baseball5 Pep-Club 4. ROBERT WESPISER llBUdll Ambition: Career in the Navy. "Merrily, merrily I shall live now." Basketball i, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Pep Club 45 Cadet i, 2. BRUCE WEYMOUTH Ambition: Career in music. "His tunes were frozen up in the horn, and came out now by thawing." Band i, 2, 35 Talent Show i, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 4. RICHARD VVORTHINGTON "Dick" Ambition: To ioin the Air Force. "Fun loving and fancy free." Cadet i, 2, 3, Officer 45 Talent Show 3, 45 Band Color- guard i, 25 Cadet Corps Colorguard 3. SHARON WUNDERLICH Ambition: Secretary. "Quiet and sweet, thoughtful and neat." Commercial Club 45 Pep Club 4. '-hiv' X , K Seuivr Cflrzss Ofkcffrs 'le 4- I' Ann 4 :ra enum.,- IGS E 99 P f"""79 President a Daniel Moynihan Vice-President Richard Hertrich Secrerary a Donna Chafeauneuf Treasurer a Carolyn Crawford ! psrlalitves " 2? W 3 Wu S! 4 XS ni J. .. XXL Sis Y Q 14 5' elif' ip ff ,FQ l I Qiiu O ' . 1"""? 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Cloutier, J. Elliott, Manager, E. Schubert T. Robillard. 59 DAN 60 GEORGE OE Like Help! will fcfwj' L 1? L M 9. 'E uf 900 If ll v FOOTBALL QUEEN: TOM L,--,M A- 3, ., aw? ' .xxgg ,.. 1 1.1Q""- L 411 l 3 'W ,iff 23,1 'sn K 7 BOB -,V Girl ' ' Q ? 9' ld H0 kc' Coach Nancy Whirremore y Captain Nancy Wirth K.-,ll BACK ROW: Maribeth Walsh, Sally Graham, Nancy Wirth-Captain, Janice Fay, Joyce Frankauski, Julie Dwyer, Sharon Rodgers, Coach Nancy WhEr- Yernore, Ann Waring, Jean Wespiser, Nancy Stebbins, Nancy Page, Claire Faerber, Prody Coco. MIDDLE ROW: Brenda Gordon, Priscella Sorenson-Manager, Ann LaFrance, Carol Moynihan, Pam Vogel, Burma Keller, Carol Androski-Manager, Helen McAndrew. BOTTOM ROW: Helen Michaud, Selma Abesamra, Rosemary Licara, Peggy Walsh, Joan Tolley, Fran Zacharias, Nancy Gilbert, Terry Angus. W N 9 X , Captain Sue Haiiar, Coach Nancy Whifternore, Captain Mal Jacklin XXQI J f Fxg 5 . are L x. N E ,S l K S X X gg ,. 1. ,pf BACK ROW: Coach Whittemore, Manager Justine Los, Joyce Russo, Marilyn Max, Barb Pietrasek, Joyce Tilley, Carol Wickens, Francie Harmon Janice Fay, Donna Auclair, Manager Noreen Samia. MIDDLE ROW: Jackie Chwalek, Jeanne Wespiser, Polly Sanborn, Captain Sue Haiiar, Caplaln Mal Jacklin, Nancy Ingalls, Marsha Ahie, Ann Waring. FRONT ROW: Corine Kondry, Rosemary Sapuppo, Terry Angus, Prucly Coco, Rita Dono van, Lindy Bergin. '11 ,'9' 5,1 T l l l l ll l 3 l l l l s l r l l L l l w l ll ll l 1 l I l l i l l l lr'-'iw ". Q., gil keflv ll 4: v . ,,f A 4, u X 'ji ,xx CLK W,-f'f?,. -Wg-1 7.015 ffs - BACK ROW: Coach, Vincent Carroll, P. Tkachf R. Bouchardg W. Cochrang D, Tufunilang R. Drummond: G. Doyle, Manager, H. Wunderlich. FRONT ROW: W. Maxi T. Grasso, Co-Captg C. Chadwick, Co-Capng R. Brenong M. Smirhg P. Grassi. X 64 l TOM -,fs - - R .K f"" g.' Z S x., MT? f Q-NM., Q MURRAY 1-1 JIM CLIFF -if M Rf N RON Cflzeerleader BACK ROW: Virginia Burgess, Susan Alf, Polly Sanborn, Carol Androski, Norma Leveille. FRONT ROW: Carolyn Crawford, Lindy Bergin, Capfain Judy Salmon, Janet Cleary, Donna Auclair. C 6'lfIll7l'S ' ,Q . -iigif ,, ,. Ly V 1 5 i I i 1 i i ,flflajrfreffes 5 l 1 i " 7? a, '.- NTT- ' ' -1 '42- l BACK ROW: Kathy Ott, Helen McAndrew, Wendy Sleeper, Nancy Ingalls, Joyce Micavich, Janice Fay, Nancy Wirth. FRONT ROW: Donna Johnson, Sally Graham, Kathy Brainerd, Captain Gail Collins, Claire Faerber, Kathy Eichorn, Elaine English. hmyw -rf pg , ....',,A... .iffs if " 4-f , 4 Nkkk i we A Q KATHY Q: ,f NANCY , 2 N Y an Zfrs U BARBARA ,M CLAIRE , '3f '7' K, 6 , .M , 48.5 , M , qiiffiff C as 4 f fi X f 3 ., t .F ' ' 1 . . ' x A ' 5 ' in ' ' . . X 'Q . 1 2 ia 2 Qi ' 35 3 f .154 NANCY p 1' ??'?-A IF. ' 3 X I 4 0 1 V Y." 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VINCENTIO COTTONIO -, I Look, ma! No cavities! Mfm5'.:412z '.,.- , .::., r- . ,, E4 INK: - -me M utifofn " 4 xv 4 0. asm' w I rf ,7d2ff X A 4 H I I gil' im -Q THE COMMITTEES I 'T'2 MISS BAKER ...,.. .....A,..,,,.,,...,..,,.,,,..A,......,,,,,,,,,.,,,. . GAYLE KEANEY LINDA BERNARD ,,,,,, ....... C AROLYN CRAWFORD JEANNIE WILSON ,.,..................,, L,L,,, B ETTY ANNE DUBLIN ALOYSIUS CPUFFI WITOMSKI ,.L,., LLA.,, R AYMOND HADDAD CARLA CARLSON .........,,.,..,....... ,..,I.. N ORMA LEVEILLE MISS BOOTH ,,,,.,,, ,,,.,. R OSANNE LEVESQUE A POLICEMAN ...,.. ,,,, GEORGE SABBAGH VINCENT COTTONE wx :C I I I I, OUR STUDEN T DIRECTORS Murray and Nancy I II- 1 Ii N 'S Mmmm . . . Strawberry Lipstick . . . X t ,.. A.,x+N I hate to eat wi1h an audience. This ofta do if. 2761414 y Hhapfer Y g X of f WA 0 0 'Q 9 E L 5 afmual flzf ar Svczefy 4405115 f 1 Y Y' ? Michael Watman President lf li REAR ROW, l. to r.: Hazel Rotondo Allen Potvnn Alexander Freedman J Cltltord Ch dwuck Guy Pntochellu Ruby St Claure MIDDLE ROW Carolyn Crawford, Holly Jones Judy Garland Deborah Bovernuck Marcta Eaton Susan Alt Susan Halgars Justnne Stocks Kathleen Elch horn Katherine Ketler FRONT ROW Mlss Lange Muchael Watman Elaun Comparone Anne Marne Pnetraszek Mark Jones Nancy Wtrth Faculty Advisor-Miss Martha D Lange o t X1 "x.r..:.Z..::f Vs ' f s ' . ,. . l1sesdnm4cm.a....,QQ.:z .... -.,,,.,w:e. ,J L md nf Evurzcil , jg s 'ffiicx hqwlfr Qllg fig! A E k if fgwk Brenda Haiiar Patricia McCarthy ' President Vice-President OFFICERS W J. Clifford Chadwick Norlincla Bergin Treasurer Corresponding Secretary 4 . 2 ef 2? fi 'E fi 5 MEMBERS REAR ROW , l. To r.: Joanne Fischer, Janet Blouin, Lenore Santangelo, Norlinda Bergin, Marsha Ahie, Martha McKenzie, Clara Takesian, Jac- queline Chwalek, Sandra Bagley, Mr. Law. FRONT ROW: Sheila Mislal, Murray Smith, Brenda Haiiar, Patricia McCarthy, Clifford Chadwick, Gayle Keeney. Advisor-Mr. Alfred N. Law. 79 Executive Staff Co-Editors and Advisor Senior Editors r'. ' ' 'iw 4-'rf W--az. -1- if .,1:s'ws.eae1::.':gt...- -Q 2 ,,zf,a,4,:....4.., .p,..ra2L2.11..zg- .42 ..,,, ,..,.4, , .- ..,, ,. ..,. W.,-.xass:zA.n:.,.t::x2Azf:e.:,:. 1' White CO-EDITORS Suzanne McKenzie Anne Pietraszek BUSINESS STAFF Richard Hertrich Carol Dow Donna Auclair Fred Earnshaw BLUE AND WHITE STAFF l96O-1961 BUSIN ESS MANAGER Justine Stocks CIRCULATION MANAGER Patricia Hill ADVISOR Miss Kathleen M. Doran TYPISTS Louise Gosselin Jeanne Homsey Marilyn Jessie Elizabeth Maggio LITERARY EDITOR Hazel Rotondo G I GIRLS' ATHLETICS Judy Salmon, EDITOR Dale Deyermond EXCHANGES Vincent Cottone, EDITOR Corinne LaFrenier Monica McRobbie Susan Hanson SPECIAL FEATURES Patricia McCarthy, EDITOR Clara Takesian Norlinda Bergin Arlyne Quiambo CF CLASS REPORTERS Ruby St. Claire, EDITOR Linda Bentley Jo Anne Ebert Barry Potvin PROFILES Elain Comparone, EDITOR Donald Hughes Martha McKenzie Burma Keller ALUMNI Carolyn Crawford, EDITOR Diane Eaton PHOTOGRAPHY George Sabbagh ,L BOYS' ATHLETICS Daniel Moynihan, EDITOR Richard Drummond CLUB NEWS Susan Haiiar, EDITOR Jean Wespiser Joyce Micavitch Joan Tulley CHIT CHAT Susan Dietrich, EDITOR Maribeth Walsh Virginia Eastman Daniel Barnat f 'J ,"5i. f'. ,nf f-:' f I ,.z,.1, xx' I 4: L4 . :vjvy -' 4 a .419 :fa . f p A I 1 A ffl X Ng: s ':'a'x Nvi, ,.. Q ,4 frvzwmy glllb U15 If 5 6 If fl ADVISOR: Mr. William E. Russell The Stargazers Q Q ? Q90 . x ., I. sf v .P -no fx ,-,Hia l'n'C: x xl' 4 III ' 1 Bn l', Q 1 , - 1 Q ...., .,, . .1 'L 4' f .'. '1'z,, Q' , Q' - J-JJ Gary Perry Vice President vivf 'v .lustme Stocks Treasurer ,og frm .r"" x .,. 4 Leo Root A 'Nu v cl' Mfs X,-1 George Rennie Mark Jones l If - 5.: 1' 4' Muchael Watman Vrce Presrdenr rig., 0 YS ,, fx Hazel Rotondo CT if .41 Q John Tobra Presfdenr Anne Pietraszek Donald Chase ., fa, ara AQ 'U' Rv C7 Elann Comparone Xqf Secretary Edward Charest John Jacobs T ty., ,x4'.E1Lrz31., ,,, W. A M., ....v..p. ...,. . , X A' " glib' gfllb 'fl lllllllllllll lll 'HH W W Y 1 g. - 1 ai f 3 2 3 4 Allen Potvin President Michael Waiman Secretary Gary O. Perry Vice-President OFFICERS ADVISOR: Miss Rose Danielian MEMBERS Leo Root Treasurer lf. 15, 0 ffl E Q Hvllegc 611111 'Q -jf' Pfesldenlf Vice-President: Kathleen Eichorn William Corcoran K Ar, 'hi ev- 1- T ' Aovlsoizi reasurer' Mr. Robert Fradette Thomas Grasso Secretary: Sally Graham 71 ---. ' - ' ' ' - ov-- " -- .tv-. ' -,ar "1 ' "' "" 1- 3- 14, sf . .-. i . , l77"'f,'fi--T95"TS"-7'-ff"'i'-fs? """'e.1': J ,.+.. +.,.e:.f-'e-1---.fir-"'t' - JI.: a-geneva ' ' - ' ' , ' C- .riff 5If?K4e.g.f'f-C+ Q1 ' : -- MEMBERS BACK ROW, l. to r.: Niall Fleming, Malcolm Call, George Wade, Donald Paduchowski, J. Clifford Chadwick, Gary Oliver Perry, Murray Smith, Leo Root, Michael Grieco, Robert McDermott, Alexander Freedman, Raymond Haddad, Ralph Gilchrist. STANDING: Susan Fitzpatrick, Nancy Wirth, Claire Faerber, Sharon Rodgers, Susan Alt, Nancy lngalls, Polly Ann Sanborn, Ann Marie Pietraszek, Carol Androski, Sandra Dietrich, Rebecca Packer, Janet Cleary, Mr. Robert Fradette. SEATED: Carol Pomphret, Angela Catalano, Rosanne Levesque, Thomas Grasso, Kathleen ' ' ' ' ' P " M C th , Clifford Chadwick, Eichorn, William Corcoran, Sally Graham, Susan Hailar, Elizabeth Ann Murray Smith, Brenda Hailar, atricia c ar y Geraldine Tomaselli, Katherine Ketler, Ruby St. Claire, Suzanne McKenzie. 84 a , ,. N T", lux I ffl 'vi . e.g..xt-.. I I Kvmmerrial 61116 -J 9 4,355 5352339 is ly If . My fs .. , .,,. ...X I :- ,4 it aft' as , f -j.,.--.','1?fYT?..-'Q"L, Bi, 'Jig-'5' 5, , Ii . I f 3 J A 5543 I 1 J 2 ,:r.u-,-,:mv P . EQ OFFICERS AND ADVISORS STANDING, I. to r.: Louise Beaulieu, President, Betty Maggio, Vice- President, Brenda Bonacorsi, Secretary, Jeanne Homsey, Treasurer. SEATED: Mrs. Margaret Morgan, Miss Kathleen Doran, Miss Claire S' Pierre. MEMBERS BACK ROW, I. to r.: Diane Grenda, Maureen Callahan, Judith Eaton, Frances Patti, Doreen Enus, Jane Benson, Doris Dion, Patricia Hill, Lucy Coltraro, Justine Stocks, Donna Anderson. THIRD ROW: Joyce Malisos, Sandra Brown, Mariorie Incollingo, Louis Gosselin, Linda Bellmore, Con- stance Norton, Theresa Mulcahy, Elizabeth Eliet, Patricia McCarthy, Alice Patch, Brenda Haiiar, Dolores Kady. SECOND ROW: Judith Salmon, Marie Toohey, Carolyn Russell, Nancy Rudis, Mary Jane Riley, Barbara Wilson, Barbara Fletcher, Lynn Scott, Mary Jane Chiarenza, Sheila Hadley. FRONT ROW: Sharon Wunderlich, Barbara Graichen, Shirley Janoski, Jacqueline Hurrell, Eileen Middlemiss, Charlene Kusnierski, Arleen Linehan, Patricia Hume, Marilyn Jessie, Virginia Burgess. 85 5+ 5536 i I ig QI If: I if A1 I 2' UW J Hr 0' 5165 gfllb ,W W 2' W "Q 6 An 13"1' 04 MW' v 'tb- Rebecca Packer Treasurer fi-1--me-uf' --w":-' ' '1-Q-f-'---"-- 'fun fffhtv-a..,s,,.-xmmeeeatf N .ma ' ' 4. .. -.w..z,m:f1.Q.w,4e-.fm Urche fm IQ K i -N K - 'E ' 'v ' V -' i CONDUCTOR: J l Mr. Harold L. MacDonnell V ' ASSISTANT TO THE CONDUCTOR: Mrs. Hazel Hadfield gl is Q, I A 4 I CX l J . MUSICIANS is i H I . al... .-,.,,.,., ,M-m M- -AA,h- J .. REAR ROW, left to right: George Laffin, lst Cornet, Kenneth Topham, ist Cornet, Robert Pornerleau, 2nd Cornet, Carol Wickens, 2nd Cornet, Anne Hooper, Trombone, Alfred Brothers, Trombone. MIDDLE ROW: Mary Lou Walthers, 2nd Clarinet, Justine Stocks, lst Clarinet, Mary Ann Bailar- geon, lst Clarinet, Elain Comparone, Flute, Manuel Sousa, Saxophone, Daniel Barnat, Saxophone, Pat Benson, Saxophone, Linda Comparone, Concertmistress. FRONT ROW: Janice Los, lst Violin, Justine Los, ist Violin, Mrs. Hadfield, Virginia Gibson, Second Violin, Pamela Bickoff, Piano, ' ' - D ' R' hard Chandler, Drums. Jean Shinner, Piano, Frank Wood, Tuba, Jean Wespiser, Piano, Mr. MacDonnell, Joseph Wade, rums, ic 87 l fm! 2114 Klub ADVISOR: Mr. William Piccerillo OFFICERS: Roberf Savasfano Donna Nelson Sandra Licciardello Virginia lncollingo MEMBERS vm C? 'Fir ..-.-.., i k, , .,ff:-x f - A .,....,..v. .,... -Aa ,.,.Q-,.f..-1.,,..1 .,,. ,HN Ta.. w.,a....w.,,a..-,, f ....f-,,,,MMW..xaf..,i., jun or H1 frfrzcal Sm fy nf flflcfhu n ADVISOR: Virginia Eastman Miss Rose Danielian Arlyne Quiambo President Secretary 'gwfw K mimmwgmm Kmmwmwmwa 1 Nam ,nam Q Q f f Q M MEMBERS S i C 1 3 , H 61 3 r 8 Pep gfllb Miss Nancy Whinemore HOME Room CAPTAINS A REAR ROW left to right Miss Whlftemore Stephen La Couter, Linda Laudani, Brenda Giovanni Stephen Smith William Mullen Thomas Grasso Ralph Gilchrist Wilfred Lustenburger Doris Dion Susan Alt Susan Haiiar, Beverly Motherway, Janet Cleary SEATED left to right Judith DiMauro Janet Blouin Lenore Santangelo Louise Bergeron Noreen Samia, Carol Parenti, Elaine Bucci, Lois Prolman Linda Feroce Janet Haldane Janice RL V -iz 1611427 611111 i :ai AY: H I U -I e..5 H .1 in v ,N in . V ici ki Klub f- I I f,f 4,--? :tiff '-' f .gb 9' . 9 lr X 2 4 'f' ' ,W 7. , ,f I ' 11 . , fggx Secretary: Rosanne Levesq ue President ' Malcolm Call Vice-President Niall Fleming 'fix Z Treasurer: Gail Collins IQ. -f "X 6- 1 K X 'XY We 'I xxx 6 v . lx ADVISORS Mr. Joseph Pappalardo, Miss Nancy Whittemore, Mr. John Burke ,fr N f" "F W, ,A-Ari STANDING, l to r.: Gail Collins, Richard Davis, Stephen Andrew, Mr. Burke, Miss Whittemore, Mr. Pappalardo, Rosanne Levesque, Robert Mc- Dermott, Malcolm Call. SEATED: Susan Alt, Vincent Cottone, Brenda Gordon, Polly Ann Sanborn, Carol Androski, Susan Fitzpatrick, Niall Fleming, Hefbeff Jones, 5U5an Haiiar- KNEEUNG1 Linda Greenwood, Charlotte Whiteside, Nancy Ingalls, Claire Faerber, Nancy Wirth, Sandra Dietrich. 92 r . 1 MQ L i -..v.s.......a., ...Ae -- --'AWN-W--M-1-Q..-1, so ,....,..--... f..J2,.,,.W.... .N . .. , . y Advanced Physics Klub wwf' MEMBERS llefi' to righfj: Allen Bernard Potvin, Gary Oliver Perry, Michael Xavier Walman, Fred Hyder. Faculty Advisor - Mr. William E Russell. V37 MEMBERS Cleft to rightl STANDING: Richard Apovian, Phillip Tkach, George Sabbagh, William Max. SEATED: Alexander Freedman, Mr. Shea Raymond Haddad, Raymond Levigne KAbsent when photo was fakenj. Faculty Advisor - Mr. Joseph Shea. 93 5115 611111 y I 1, II I ylfleflzum Jw' W1 Salwar! ', 1 I I DRILL INSTRUCTOR Mr. Rene Morissehe CADET OFFICERS T5 ..,.n.. ,. ........ , , , . Had I Hrfrps ef' l W r ww ff , Ev Ol W7 Suzanne McKenzie, treasurer: Frank Morgan, vioe-presidenrg Elaine Comparone, secretaryg Edward Charest president. The band in uniform. 96 Methuen High f 1-J.s..L.,,,: Nfx- ......,. , - g--,ein , Q '- TRGMBONES Marcia Eaton - lst Trombone Dianne Eaton W Alfred Brothers - 2nd Trombone I Anne Hooper Nancy DesRochers - 3rd Trombone BARITONE Irving Wermers HORNS Susan Fitzpatrick - ist Horn Suzanne McKenzie - 2nd Horn Jean Wespiser - 3rd Horn Rose Pitochelli - 4th Horn M-at IIMaClI SOLO CORNETS Frank Morgan Raymond Schott Phillip McMorrow George Lattin CORNETS Janet Hanson - lst Cornet Kenneth Topham Frederick Cooke - 2nd Cornet Jonathan Zurvvell Richard Huebner - 3rd Cornet Chanel St. Jean Emil Jacobucci SAXOPHCNES Manuel Sousa - lst Saxophone Ann Findeisen - 2nd Saxophone Dean Davis - 3rd Saxophone SOLO CLARINETS Pat Benson Daniel Barnat Malcolm Call Mary Ann Baillargeon CLARINETS Thomas Guilmet - lst Clarinet Priscilla Sorenson Mary Lou Walthers - 2nd Clarinet Brenda Hughes Susan Eaton Justine Stocks Aram Sarkisian - 3rd Clarinet Ruth Nault Joyce D'Orto Martha Henderson - The Band in Action TRUMPETS Robert Pomerleau - lst Trumpet Carol Wickens - 2nd Trumpet FLUTES Elaine Comparone - lst Flute Linda Comparone - 2nd Flute SNARE DRUMS Victor Petralia - lst Snare Drum Edward Charest David Thompson - 2nd Snare Drum Joseph Wade Guy Pitochelli BASS DRUM Guy Pitochelli - Concert Work David Thompson - Street Work CYMBALS John Kay w ,XX ' Uvrch fflff 7967 MR. W. EARL LISTER Advisor MISS ANGELA CATALANO Editor The Entire Yearbook Staff ., . Editor Ass t. Ed. Business .ss.. Angela Catalano Clifford Chadwick Elaine Comparone Carolyn Crawford Daniel Moynihan Hazel Rotonclo Judy Salmon Photography ssss ..sss.....ssss S Usan Haiiar Rosanne Levesque Susanne McKenzie Ann Pietraszek -- Mary Chiarenza Kathleen Eichorn tif ' fi 52, H3 .1 Y , K 7 L . C ., cf. Suzanne Ann Rosanne Susan Kaihv and Marv l , i i l ix 3 yr Danny, Carolyn, Kippy, Judy, Hazel, Angela, Elaine Circulation Art ..sz. Allen Potvin Nancy Wirth ...E Susan Alt Holly Jones Mark Jones i i xv Sue, Ma rlc, Holly fr ff 'W 'Sir ihat vi' XI, I ' as a 13 - X goggfffioh . ", 'W The moon subject ?i rf niffsi lorzng iudm Lawrence, Mass. The Senior Class of 'bl Greatly Appre ciates Your Outstanding Service Coopera Non, and Excellent Photography. fl .714 jlfimfzvriam Q 2 N ak Q 'X QA" ff Q' M4 .- , .. .. .... -Q -,.: S gf , l , V ' ,-" VV,Vh I f Q- , x 'Q 1 1907 - Mrs. Muriell Henry - 1960 Look not mournfully to the past - if comes not back again, wisely improve the present - if is Tnineg go forfh To meer the shadowy fu- 'AQ'-' Ture without fear, and wifh a manly heart. -Longfellow A ' llll I 11,1-U1 L, ,1- TAYLTQQR PUELISHING COMPANY ' Wofldx lv Yearbook: An Tune' FAM '-ytxifff. 7 V I s 1 4 i 1 N . X YY rn 77 1 v 'Y rf 'sink .., A' M ,M -H-mb H:-Q25 Y no , r 6. cf -L '-we -s' V 5. - 3.55- 7',. px 4' . Ju If 1 -. .iff 4 '-LQ-'Zi zz. I I' V , . ij-?3?.S',i . ,f,V I 3 ' . 23435 ' 55556 -51 'f lf. . 'nj' 5293 ' Q - QL "x. "U 8? I, 1 ,,x,x A "".":'-if: Fi' -2 ' A ' ' g"E'::3:. A any "Tx, K' , 1 vw f -. K 'L H 34' 1 rs I r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I Zfalmf haw Cast .JSF "Q Salf yu Jazz my-awq ww, Drummond n Howard 3 The Vellvefon " 5 2 a little Ho bun sg-Q F1 -.- gem Maw . . x 1 3,1 -. ,rn N 'Q .- .1 g . I Justine, Elaine, Lj a F 23- gf 44? IC w X X i fx ,1,,,?'., in, ik! xg I 'f3i' . ' 1? I Q Qgfffif Q" if ' ffl ,,1 -'7-N. A...-. i f-, .-..,- - " -f r 'sau A 9 4 -Q .tl 3 xi 41, , -N-1 - 'x.,v -11 '- ,i ..4 " Fixx'-g Q, Af., U .' j'X vi? M" NF' .- Q Xi fx? f,'3T'v9 V1 in 'U 'N ' ' ' . 5 5 ,id l E1 I V ,if 1 , YH' W I'-Nu :gur- if Q., O fav 1- ll fs hu COACH SCANLON WW , x 1 in 5 x-' lfaseball T' '?xf 5 ,pdl T X ' l CAPTAIN KIPPY Yr, , -1' 4 T was A K ' 5, if ' fi ' -ig , , ' ' I I , f gl! I Q-. . i I Y g T .ISN lv A . .lil , ' 3 'EL' -i I Vw' S ,J A ' - i -LXTI Q W. .T""-1 ' I ,, . 9 .S M ' J Q ' - . ix, '1 i-- -- Q-9 " ,ig - .f -.Ju--4 U, ,gag if-. n.'wT , 'i.f1'y..s of 's' - U 1 MF'-fie-.,..ff rec., T- f RON TOM JOHN nik: 'V' 3' il if? 5 H gg. : : f 4' " T A 34' T il ' f -+ ?, X-.. 3 Q " 3' 3 Xff ' 6 . -. X I at X4 X l E X -.1 A 'Y l +I'-"N xi' I5 .nascar , ' l'!8'T:. ' XTR, V X if fl 5 In 1- , ' Xyx 'id' Q 'R f ,X I .vQwf4 TN QLWUQ l l a STANDING, l. to r.: Manager, John Kay, Richard Goterch, Allen Renner, Henry Wunderlich, Daniel Dodson, William Corcoran, Allen Minihan George Doyle, Manager, Barry Potvin. SEATED: Ed Azziz, John Pagliuso, Ronald Bretton, Clifford Chadwick, Thomas Robillard, Richard Drummond Coach Scanlon. ,N COACH HANNIGAN CAPTAIN MURRY : lm 51 1... KEN DENNIS TOM 'is An!- . . 1 il 'A 'a' C ' v vs,-wr xv FIRST ROW: T. Grasso, D. Downey, K. Griffin, M. Smith, D. Moynihan, E. Graham. SECOND ROW: D. Amiss, R. Della Colli, G. Grasso, K. Campbell J. Morrissey, F.'DeFrates, J. Lockaby. THIRD ROW: T. Turmel, W. Loeschen, A. Viet, E. Schubert, R. Dyer, A. Adams, M. Heffron, D. Hughes FOURTH ROW: C. Wilcynski, K. Dupont, C. Palmieri, K. Alston, G. Hasbany. girl rffm ll LOAF! FRONT ROW C Lavigne C Belair L Waring M Jacklyn Captain P Hill, A. Waring, T. Angus, J. Lemieux, P. Coco. BACK ROW Coach Whittemore Mgr V Becker J Wespiser R Licata J Grasso S Abesamra, P. Sanborn, G. Preston, H. Michaud, B. Farelli, P. Anderson Mgr ecezws Grid Ho ar Joe Boren, Methuen's top notch center, was chosen on the Boston Globe's All-Scholastic Foot- ball Team on November 27, 1960, Class C 'first team. There are 45 high schools in Class C compe- tition. On February 20, 1961, Joe Boren was chosen by the Wigwam-Wisemen of America 1961 Na- tional High School All-American Football Team. Out of 250, who made this team, Joe is one of the -44 to be invited to participate in the 13th annual Prep All-American Grid game. Joe, our 6' 1", 222 pound center, is the first Methuen play- er in the school's History to be chosen. We are all mighty proud of him! Zafefcria 5. MRS. EDSON-Director mmf 5 H, V i .. , , 4 , WA M M ' " ' , V ug in Q., 1 of 1' 3, f f I Y , , I G A ,QE .sv ' ' Z. 45 y 73? 4 .M , 4 if-X7 I, . 1 , ZR r V7 L. To R.: Mrs. Dee Perry, Mrs. F. Leona Sesrini, Mrs. Doris Fenton, Mrs. Sarah Hadley, Miss Bertha Gilson, Miss Erna Mey, Mrs. Ruth Edson eu 271' Wrvm In fi The Grand March Begins Dancing to Sayonara 4 Hold that camera! Donna and Jimmy Such a pretty picture Greeted by a Japanese Doreen and Pete Frankie Kahn and his Orchestra Buddha, STOP winking if-hef! gt! 7' my fr' yi: Gym Szzyzfmzra me fc y -fl 9. 'B -1 f . J , lx ' if 7' T ' 1 f " 2 is 5 . Q .1 f A M11-3 , W lg, Ig' . .4 V x X ' ' gn 4 A966-.id 1 X ,,,,,,.. .., f -we f . 4 , . ? i ,, s . .4 The Right Approach The Booster Table W fl Hold it-I think we're going to like this Mr. Lister, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont The Happiest Boy and Girl ' I picture. . -' instant ,X 'l if 'lfgqy' -silx 2 Q.-it ff I M W--T1 N " 'aw -ff., w I N ' , 4711146 9, 196 The Head Table " ' L , - ,SOX :LW ' ,iffy Q-ga f Hass Day Q. 331734 L Welcoming Address by President CLASS DAY ORATOR Dan Moynihan Susan Alt Q L QM! f Y . -g'c'!n'x , CLASS PROPHECY CLASS WILL Mark and Holly Jones fl v - Cliff Chadwick and Ruby Sf. Claire CLASS HISTORY Alex Freedman and Karhy Eichhom g, Lskfve 5' sg in he 'un L. Gffldllllf 2714 I 96 I fi TENNEY HIGH SCHOOL SONG W The call to advanced and broader tields Is ringing loud and clear X With hope and expectation high A We answer without tear. 4. The work we've done, the truths we've learned Will bring success we know- Undaunted, tirm we'll ever be As toward our goal we go. Farewell to thee, dear Tenney High We'Il always remember thee, For all we've gained within your walls We'll always cherish thee. Valedictorian-ALLEN POTVIN swgus PE 'uf E WE' CYJ B5 -.F r . .am The Graduates Salutatorian-MARCIA EATON X' FY f Honor Essayist-SUSAN HAJJAR Your land and my land . . . K N 'P .0 I W 'Y N 'Q' Q -Q -1. " f' ' 1 A, 1'5" '--1 -r-r vi 1' T' V NA -.rw"7"t 597- . 'lily . 2" , P' . L14 'xl- x W x 'N Our diplomas were presented HW "me if-N5fE'i'Flc 'f E ,aa in 9? I Q 25 it in it Y, .',e 4? P Q , , av MR. PETER F. GRAHAM We made it! 1 Q- 1 Y N ' a N X, Congratulations, Nancy! Good Luck, Julie! Sue Fitzpatrick Carolyn Crawford Marcia Eaton , ' 1- 47- Y 431' ,Qing D455 il',,,.y'5 3.411 -A 15 as-if 4. 4 : 1, ' 1 '- . I , J 99" X ei ,A 1 x'- M IV? -' p- if-7 .lx W' Y Numa A vpiff Q X X 1 4 6 A ig. 4 u- H Y' . ,, :z:, U? , ' ' fl 5,g,J,,Tz'i I 2, y 611155 J-lisfcfry We have now reached The end of The road as far as our high school educaTion is concerned. lf we haven'T learned anyThing in These four years, I guess we never will. In a few shorT days, The whole-hearTed and generous guidance ThaT we all accepTed so maTTer-of-facTly will no longer be ours To seek, and we will face The fuTure sTanding on our own Two feeT. However, before we con- Tinue on our individual ways, leT us Take This par- Ticular Time To look back aT some of The wonder- ful memories which have made These lasT four years so enjoyable. We shall skip over anyThing disagreeable as if iT never happened, even Though we have all had our ups and downs aT one Time or anoTher. We can all remember ThaT beauTiful, sunny morning in Sepfember when we firsT enTered Tenney High School. There we were-young, innocenT, and eager, noT knowing whaT To ex- pecT. AT firsT, we were quiTe apprehensive and shy. However, ThaT feeling didn'T sTay wiTh us Too long. We were deTermined To launch our careers wiTh courage and forTiTude. We followed The paTTern seT by The upper classes and proceeded To elecT class officers. This procedure was Thrilling, as we felT so grown-up wiTh The privilege of voTing. Our final selecTion for presidenT was Raymond Haddad, his cronies for The year were VincenT CoTTone, vice-presidenT, Norma Leveille, secrefary, and Carolyn Crawford, Treasurer. Our sTudenT council represenTaTives were Three girls, Brenda Haiiar, Susan Haiiar, and Sandra Dierrich. You noTice ThaT The boys were noT represenTed aT These all-imporTanT meeTings. ls iT possible ThaT The girls had more courage or else had more experience in sTanding up for Their righTs'? The senior class honored us wiTh an official welcome. The evenTful Freshman RecepTion, our firsT recepTion in high school, was very exciTing. WiTh The wearing of "MousekeTeer ears," iT seemed as Though we had been TransporTed back To The naive days of our childhood, buT we knew beTTer, we were diplomaTically humoring our hosTs. Following The grand march, we were de- lighTed To learn ThaT STephen Graham and Polly Ann Sanborn had been selecTed as king and queen of our freshman class. Since freshmen seldom have an opporTuniTy To Take an acTive parT in The world-shaking af- fairs of upperclassmen, leT us skip genTly over The resT of Those days of our obscuriTy and re- view our nexT big sTep, namely, our sophomore year. We began our sophomore year wiTh prac- Tically The same crew aT The helm. There was Raymond Haddad again as presidenT, VincenT CoTTone once more as vice-presidenT, and Carolyn Crawford back in her same office, buT we did have one new officer-Gayle Keaney-serving as secreTary. We again senT Three girls-Brenda Hai- iar, Sandra Diefrich, and PaTricia McCarThy-To The sTudenT council meeTings. Maybe iT was on accounT of Their gifT of gab. We won'T quesTion ThaT now. As for The foofball season of ThaT year-iT is really worTh Telling abouT. lT was The firsT Time in Tenney High School's hisTory ThaT a foofball Team was undefeafed-quiTe an accomplishmenf, mind you-nine wins and no losses. lT all came abouT because we sophomores yelled ourselves hoarse aT The games. This gave The players The inspiraTion To win. We know ThaT for a facT. Toward The close of our sophomore year, The halls of Tenney High School were shaken by The noisy oufbreak of a simulaTed war in miniaTure. IT was ring Time and everyone was opinionaTed. We all knew which ring was The besT choice, buT To prove iT To our fellow classmafes was a feaT. AfTer much deliberaTion, we finally seTTled on a ring, To The greaT chagrin of many friends. Those wiTh whom we were bosom pals no longer soughT our friendship. Of course, we knew all along ThaT iT was iusT a Temporary esTrangemenT, and we would soon be friends once more. AT The conclusion of our sophomore year, exciTing Things began To happen for some of us. Elaine Comparone and Michael WaTman were presenTed wiTh The D.A.R. Good CiTizen medals aT Senior Chapel. These Two sTudenTs were The firsT ones from our class To be awarded a medal for ouTsTanding ciTizenship. When we were back in SepTember as full- fledged iuniors, whaT a Thrill iT was To be able To look down on The poor liTTle freshmen! By This Time we ourselves were a well-organized Tribe under The leadership of Him-Good-Friendly Chief Daniel Moynihan. The Chief's council in- cluded his righT hand warrior, Sfephen Graham, The noTe-Taking squaw, JudiTh Salmon, and The wampum-holding squaw, Carolyn Crawford. This Time The squaws once more asserTed Themselves and senT four females To The Tribal council. They apparenTly felT ThaT if Three had been good The year before, four would be even beTTer This year. Those lucky squaws were Virginia Burgess, Bren- da Haiiar, Donna ChaTeauneuf, and Kafhleen Eich- horn. AT an impressive ceremony in April, TwenTy- Two iuniors were inducTed as charTer members of The Nafional Honor SocieTy. The inducfees were Susan AIT, Deborah Bovernick, Gail Collins, Elaine Comparone, Carolyn Crawford, Marcia EaTon, Kafhleen Eichhorn, JudiTh Garland, Susan Haiiar, Holly Jones, Katherine KeTler, Ann Marie PieTras- zek, Hazel RoTondo, Ruby ST. Clair, JusTine STocks, Nancy WirTh, Clifford Chadwick, Alexander Freed- man, Mark Jones, Guy PiTochelli, Allen PoTvin, and Michael WaTman, who laTer became presidenT of The socieTy. The junior year broughT honors To many mem- bers of our class. We were elaTed when we heard ThaT Judy Salmon, a junior, had been selecTed as capTain of The cheerleaders, an honor usually re- served for a senior. AT The annual CadeT Field Day exhibiTion Raymond Haddad won The PaT- naude medal, The highesT medal awarded To a 611155 flisfvry cadet. Allen Potvin and Michael Watman were selected to attend Boys' State, while Kathleen Eichhorn had the honor of being selected for Girls' State. The D.A.R. Good Citizen medals went to two deserving classmates, Patricia Hill and Clifford Chadwick. As we finished the junior year, we all silently vowed that next year would be our year of years. We would be the exalted seniors and everyone would know it, or else. Excitement ran high in every competition. Every sport became a do-or-die affair. First, it was the football season with Stephen Andrews and Ronald Bretton as co-cap- tains. They were a team by themselves. One of our outstanding players, Joseph Boren, was chosen for the National All-American Football Squad. Although we did lose a few games by a very small margin, our spirits soared. We could never have managed without Captain Judy Sal- mon and her lively, coordinated cheerleaders. Leading the band down the field during the half-time of every football game was Captain Gail Collins and her well-organized group of twirlers-the maiorettes. Before the annual clash with our long-time rival, Andover High School, the football team chose lovely Angela Catalano as their queen. The hockey team also had its cap- tain-capable Nancy Wirth. With our senior year came the responsibility for our school publications. The guidance of Advisor Mr. Lister and Editor-in-Chief Angela Catalano was much appreciated in the numerous tight spots which the yearbook staff encountered while compiling the l96l Torch. Under the direc- tion of Miss Doran and co-editors Ann Marie Pietraszek and Suzanne McKenzie, the Blue and White went to press in order to meet the dead- line of its first edition. In October the Cadet Hop was held with the co- operation of Drill Instructor Rene J. Morrisette, who presented the officers and top sergeants with their ranks. Chosen to lead the corps were Colonel Alexander Freedman, Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Haddad, and Maiors Kevin Griffin and Stephen Andrews. If any of the marchers had two left feet, they nonetheless looked glamorous to the girls. After weeks of preparation opening night of the senior class play-The Perfect Idiot-finally arrived. The second floor hall of Tenney appeared to be a small-sized Broadway with such stars running around as Edward Charest, Elaine Com- parone, Vincent Cottone, Carolyn Crawford, Eliza- beth Dublin, Niall Fleming, Raymond Haddad, Susan Haiiar, Gayle Keaney, Rosanne Levesque, Norma Leveille, Gary Perry, Leo Root, George Sabbagh, and John Tobia. The winter season was highlighted by many fine basketball games. Leading the boys' team were two hard-working players, Ronald Bretton and Clifford Chadwick, while Marilyn Jacklin and Susan Haiiar captained the girls' team. The winds of March blew excitement and ac- tivity through Tenney. The month began with the twirling of cadet rifles at the fifty-fith annual Military Ball. To add to the color and formality of this military affair, Carolyn Crawford presided as Cadet Queen with Patricia Jennings and Polly Ann Sanborn as attendants. On Saint Patrick's Day, the actor of actors, John O'Tobia, added his own distinct Irish touch to the Tenney High School Talent Show. The senior class was well-represent- ed by many fine acts. Also in March, the first Science Fair at which every student of science was required to present an exhibit was held in the school gymnasium. The seniors were fortu- nate to have four winners in the top five places. The first place winner was Barbara Murad with a display on types of blood. The other senior win- ners were Holly Jones, Ruby St. Clair, and Alex- ander Freedman. In the spring many of our classmates had a chance to display their leadership ability. The captains of the spring sports were as follows: Clifford Chadwick, baseball team, Murray Smith, track team, Raymond Lavigne, golf team, and Patricia Hill, softball team. Gary Perry was our representative to the Student Government Day in Boston. The D.A.R. Good Citizenship award for the senior year went to Kathleen Eichhorn, while the American Legion School awards went to Gail Collins and Clifford Chadwick. Of course, we could not have had such a successful year without the untiring efforts of our president, Daniel Moynihan, vice-president, Rich- ard Hertrich, and secretary, Donna Chateauneuf. For taking such good care of our money, Carolyn Crawford had been re-elected to her fourth year as treasurer. Brenda Haiiar, having served her fourth year on student council, had been elected president of that body. Gayle Keaney, Patricia McCarthy, Clifford Chadwick, and Murray Smith had been the other senior members. At an assembly held the latter part of our senior year, the graduation honors were an- nounced. Allen Potvin was awarded the honor of valedictorian, Marcia Eaton, salutatorian, Susan Haiiar, honor essayist, and Susan Alt, class day orator. Holly and Mark Jones were selected to give the prophecy, Ruby St. Clair and Clifford Chadwick, the will, and Kathleen Eichhorn and Alexander Freedman, the history. The final social event of our high school career was the senior prom, beautifully decorated under the direction of Mr. Melia as art director and Mr. Russell as class advisor. Sayonara was the theme, and the gymnasium was decorated as a Japanese garden complete with oriental Buddha. The grace- ful racemes of the wisteria further contributed to the authentic Japanese effect. Now, after four years of molding our charac- ters and developing our minds, we shall go our separate ways. No matter where our paths may lead, the memories of these years and their in- fluence upon us will be with us always. 611155 Prvpher Time: 1971 Place: New York City Holly: Well, Mark, now that you're back in the states what do you have to say for yourself? Mark: I see that you're still as ugly as ever, Holly. lt's too bad that I had to leave Heidelberg University so soon. I really enioyed my stay there and I shall certainly miss all those German frauleins. Just think, after one year's intern- ship I begin to practice medicine and shall start raking in the money. Holly: Good for you! I'm teaching biology now and I lust like it, especially when the pupils cringe as they are dissecting their frogs. Sev- eral of your classmates are teaching at the same school. Julie Chadwick is teaching solid analytic geometry, Gayle Keaney, civics, Gerry Toma- selli, advanced physics, Rosanne Levesque, driver education, Norma Leveille, college alge- bra, and Donna Chateauneuf, geometry. Ed Graham is the principal and Steve Graham is the assistant. Eddie Charest, Sue Fitzpatrick, Suz- anne McKenzie, Bill Mullen, Justine Stocks and Carolyn Crawford went back to Methuen to teach. They heard that the teachers receive marvelous pays there. Mark: It will robabl sur rise ou to learn that P Y P Y Angela Catalano and Nancy Wirth are medical technicians and Kathy Ketler, Elsa Gale, Bar- bara Murad, and Joyce Takesian are lab techni- cians at the Mayo Clinic where I plan to in- tern. Pat Charlesworth, Janet Cleary, Carol Androski, Gail Collins, and Sandi Dietrich are nurses at the Mayo Clinic also. I understand that Harvey Cook is seen quite often at the hospital after the girls have finished a case, he's the undertaker. Holly: I didn't realize so many were working at the clinic. Judy Garland, Beverly Reuter, Donna Nelson, Mal Jacklin, Carolyn Russell, and Ann Pietraszek are registered nurses at the Massa- chusetts General Hospital. Nancy Ingalls is doing occupational therapeutic work. Did you see any of our former classmates in Europe? Mark: Yes, I did. I met Doug Waites, Niall Flem- ing, and Linda Greenwood in Switzerland. The three of them are going to be ski instructors and Niall is going to be teaching people how to fall correctly. Sue Alt, Pat McCarthy, Judy Salmon, and Susan Hajiar were on their way to the French Riviera when I saw them at an airport in Paris. They looked rather pallid from the poor air in those Paris coffee houses. Steve Andrews won the Irish Sweepstakes and is spending his time in Paris to avoid paying the U.S. taxes. Louis Saab, Kenny Sheipe, and Charlotte Whiteside, the three millionaires, have invested their money in a foreign auto factory-they are the manufacturers of the Russian Edsel. While vacationing in Rome, I ran into Joyce Malisos and Betty Eliet who are working in the U.S. Embassy. I didn't run into them very hard though, they only demolished the front end of my Ferrari. In Rome, I also met Lenny Donovan, who works for an airline company, and Ray Michaud, his co-pilot. Actually all Ray does is scare the starlings off the strip before Lenny's Electra takes off. Linda Bellmore, Brenda Bonacorsi, and Sue Dietrich are airline hostesses for the same company. George Skaff, who flew me across the Atlantic, is a pilot for TWA. He surely knows how to handle a plane, I doubt that anyone could have made a better crash landing. Brenda Gordon, Sharon Mills, and Jackie Hurrell are stewardesses for TWA also. Holly: I never expected you to see so many of our classmates in Europe. Did you know that a new office building is being built in Methu- en? Carl "money-bags" Tearno, the president of the First National Bank of Boston, is lending the money to Al Freedman, Larry Erban, and Donald Chase, who will be the owners. Dick Bogannam, Robert Gouette, Stephen Smith, Ken Downey, John Pagliuso, and Dick Davis designed the building. lt's too bad though that they made a mistake and put the basement on the second floor, it may make things quite difficult, especially with the sewerage system. Paul Gallo, Kevin Griffin, and Ron Reinhold are the architectural engineers. John Glyzinski, Guy Pitochelli, and Ray Lavigne are their as- sistants. The head electrician is Dick Marquis. He must have mixed the plans with those of the prison because all the aluminum lawn chairs are wired and have seat straps. Many of our classmates are going to be fortunate enough to have offices in this wonderful building. Bruce Weymouth is planning to have a music studio along with Louis Armstrong. Allen Pot- vin, now a civil engineer, will have an office on the lOOth floor. He is disturbed for he will need a pressurized suit and oxygen because of the high altitude. Hazel Rotondo, who has had a good deal of practice writing 500-word essays, and Ruby St. Clair plan to have an office on the 18th floor. They will write articles for HELP, MAD, and other popular magazines. On the 4th floor Al Fielding, Marilyn Jessie, and James Perry plan to open a modern art studio. Richard Galarneau will be working for them as a photographer. In Lawrence there is a new dental clinic where David Begg, John Frederico, and Ray Haddad have their offices. Doris Dion, a comedienne on the Steve Allen Show, was seen going into the clinic. Pat Akulonis, Ann Waring, and Sandy Brown were also seen going in one of the offices. Next to the dentists' offices is Sunny Esperian's hair- dressing shop where Marcia Eaton, a youth director, Arleen Dubois, Francis Patti, Joan Per- ry, and Pauline Peront spend a great deal of time. In the basement is a huge gym where Ton Grasso takes time out of work with his wife's permission to play a little basketball. Joe Boren, Dan Moynihan, and Murray Smith are the gym instructors. Among the successful businessmen who often go there to work out M are Mike Grieco, Ray Schoff, Bill Martelle, Don ald Banker, William Berkheiser, and Bob Savas- Tano. STeve Graham and Dick Apovian, a public accounTanT-he always said he liked To work wiTh figures-have been boxing in The ring TogeTher. Frank Wood, Dick Loeschner, and Richard Therrian ofTen Take Time ouT of Their posT-graduaTe college work To keep in shape. Sharon Rogers and Chicky Kusnerski have a women's gym class. Louise Gosselin, Becky Packer, Elaine Dubois, and Irene Dubois were seen Taking insTrucTions from The gym Teach- ers To keep Their girlish figures. A couple of secreTaries make an occasional visiT. They are Maureen Callahan, Judy EaTon, Barbara FleTch- er, Jean Garneau, Barbara Graichan, Sheila Hadley, Carol Hicks, PaT Hill, Jean Homsey, PaT Hume, Arleen Linehan, Elinor Messina, Maureen Schiavone, Marie Toohey, Barbara Wilson, Sharon Wunderlich, and Jean MailhoT. The experT woodworker, Romeo CroTeau, has been making a seT of parallel bars for The gym- ark: On The plane, acTually iT was on The life rafT in The harbor, I meT Tom Ribillard, who was planning To visiT Russia. Tom said ThaT he had meT BeTTy Ann Dublin, KaThy Eichhorn, Doreen Enus, and Claire Faerber aT The airporT in London. Apparenfly They saved Their money and wenT on a safari in The Belgian Congo, however, The only Thing They shoT was a poor pygmy who accidenTally goT in The way. Flor- ence Gagne, Lee Crane, and Melvina Gabor were seen boarding a TWA plane for India To visiT The Tai Mahal. Holly: A IoT has been happening around here laTely. Mia Cheney and Elaine Comparone, The PsychiaTrisTs, have been TreaTing Reverend Leo Roof. He consTanTly Tears up money and makes puzzles ouT of The pieces. Mary Chiarenza re- cenTly losT her posiTion as an IBM operaTor afTer she was caughf helping ouT Charlie Mor- ris, and John ArchanbaulT, The bookmakers, wiTh Their liTTle business. Their Telephone ans- werers and secreTaries Donna Anderson, Mari- lyn Barry, BeTTy Maggio, Mariorie Incollingo, Dolores Kady, ConsTance NorTon, and Theresa Mulcahy are now ouT of work for a shorT period of Time. ArT Boren and Tom Jenkins, in Their new car, were aTTempTing To break The ground speed record on rouTe 93, when sTaTe Troopers Henry CarpeniTo and Tom Gallagher happened To see Them flying by. The fuel-iniecfed Chrysler engined go-carT, designed by Allen Aghoian, RoberT Kilcoyne, and Carl Wellman, Three ex- ceIlenT mechanical engineers, is being kepT in Top condiTion by Richard Bohne, Mike D'Arezzo, ArThur Sarcione, and Bernard Sheehy. Kippy Chadwick is leaving a waTer ski show aT Cy- press Gardens, where he painTs boaTs, To come To our Tenth year class reunion in Two weeks. Vin CoTTone, The chiropracTor, who aTTempTed To seT John Brain's dislocaTed arms, legs, and back after John slipped wiTh The weighTs while aTTempTing a new weighT lifTing record, will also be here. Gary Perry and Mike WaTman, The maThemaTicians who run Lawrence Welk's bubble machine part-Time work, are also plan- ning To come To The reunion. Mark: I guess quiTe a few Things have happened since l've been away. JusT recenTly I received a leTTer from Eddy Lemieux, The meTeorologisT. He said ThaT he has been insTrucTing Don Kenf and Jane Day on a newer meThod of ploTTing hurricanes, The guess method, noT Too accuraTe, buT a IoT more exciTing. In his leTTer Eddy in- formed me ThaT Richard PerraulT, Carol Pom- phreT, William Dewan, and BeTTy Ann Bards- ley are planning To open an enormous drug sTore. WalTer BarreTT is in charge of The con- sTrucTion. Ed also Told me ThaT George Sab- bagh, who visiTed Debbie Bovernick's lab, blew up half The block wiTh an unsuccessful ex- perimenf. A couple of salesmen, WalTer NorTor and VicTor NasTasia, on The same block won'T be seen in ThaT neighborhood anymore. This leTTer also menTioned ThaT Lucy ColTraro, Carol Rourke, Phyllis Blazonis, and Alice BroThers, who work in The office nexT door, Telephoned The Army and Generals John Jacobs and Jeff- ery Sfrovink Took 1500 men To rope off The enTire area because of radio-acTive falIouT. Holly: Yes, ThaT surely was an exciTing day. ForesT- ers Herb Jones and Don Paduchowski reporTed fourTeen foresT fires caused by flaming debris. RoberT J. ST. Onge, who was selling insurance on The same black, sold forTy policies. William Cyr, a happy bachelor, boughf four policies. Louise Beaulieu insured her red T-bird for Twice iTs cosT. Freddy LusTenberger and Mal Call de- cided iT was safer To leave for Alaska. George Wade ioined The Fo-reign Legion, and John Tobia sTepped inTo his Time machine and lefT for The TwilighT zone. Polly Ann Sanborn, who always wanTed To Travel, decided ThaT There couldn'T be a more perfecT Time To geT away from iT all. Mark: In a recenf leTTer from Dick WorThingTon I learned ThaT he, Charles Ashford, Jim EllioTT, Rick Grelle, Richard RoberTs, and Richard Tok- awiTz are all serving in The Air Force. Dick also informed me ThaT Frank Morgan is a Naval officer and Ron BreTTon, Joe CharesT, Donald Cooper, RoberT A. Sr. Onge, RoberT STeIla, and Bob Wespiser are also serving in ThaT branch of The service. By The way, did many of The girls seTTle down and geT married? Holly: Yes, quite a few are happily married: Shirley Janoski, Marie Lombarli, Jane Benson, Jeanne Kozdra, BeTTy Buca, Nancy Carr, Carol Finegan, Eileen Middlemiss, Alice PaTch, Mary Jane Riley, Nancy Rudis, and Linda Van Annan. Did you know ThaT a new indusTrial cenTer has iusT been builT in MeThuen? Maurice Beaulieu, David Burke, John Fox, Leo PolizoTTi, and Den- nis O'Connel are in The elecTronics deparTmenT. I hope They recover from Those bad eIecTricaI burns. Dick HerTrich, George Renny, Doug Lumb, and Bob McDermoTT were The chief engi- needs in charge of The proiecT. Their secreTaries are Ginny Burgess, Donna FineThy, Lynn ScoTT, Diane Grenda, Brenda Haiiar, Janef KolifraTh, and Barbara Dube. Mark: C'mon, Holly, leT's go or we'll be laTe. You're never on Time. Holly: You're righT! We should geT sTarTed so ThaT you can see how everyThing has changed. I know The family will be happy To see you. Hlrzss IM!! We, the members of the Senior Class of Tenney High School, being of sound mind and body, do hereby make this last will and testament. We, the senior members of the Astronomy Club, leave the moon, the stars and the planets to all future Tenney High School star- gazers, We, Virginia Burgess, Carol Hicks, and Diane Grenda, leave one empty booth at Jim's so that some lucky senior may have the privilege of a coffee break instead of a first period class. We, Mr. Law's "Boys," leave him the two tests, three Iapbaards, and one hundred twenty-three pencils and erosers that we "lost" during the year. I, Deborah Bovernick, leave my brother, who is a freshman, to anyone who would like to have him for the next three years. I, Carol Androski, do leave to Judy Kolba my cheering uniform in hopes it will bring her as much fun and good luck as it brought me. I, Alan Aghaian, leave my locker to anyone who knows how lo open it. I, Betty Ann Bardsley, leave all that I have learned in French in my French book, I, Dick Bogannam, hereby leave to lovable Tenney High School my lovable brother Danny. I, Arthur D. Boren, leave my black sun glasses and tan shoes to any cat who like needs them. I, Joseph Stanley Boren, would like to leave. I, John Brain, leave to Pete Grassi the right to drive on "my" part of the school lawn anytime he wants to. We, Ron Bretton, Torn Robillard, Bill Mullen, and Rick Grelle, wish to leave to Dan Bogannam, Dave Bergeron, and Ed Aziz the right to continue and enlarge the L.T.N.H. Club. Please beware of such people as John Brain, who do not uphold the oath of secrecy. I, Sandy Brown, wish to leave to Mr. Burke the remainder of the Driver Education car, I, Richard Buco, leave ta Mr. Rushton's gentle love and care Mike Polizotti and Tony Rizzo. I, Malcolm Call, do hereby leave to some fortunate junior my parking space in the student parking lot and hope he has no trouble finding it each morning. I, Maureen Callahan, leave to my brother Danny a seat in the comfortable school bus, I, Henry F. Carpenito, Jr., leave my parking space and oil drip- pings in the driveway to anyone who really needs them. I, Angela Marie Catalano, leave my position as editor-in-chief of the yearbook to Marsha Ahie hoping that she may have as many sleepless nights as I. We, Pat Charlesworth and Julie Chadwick, leave to Lucy LaRosa and Eileen Bonanno the pleasure of serving the delightful teachers their daily lunches. We, Janet Cleary, Carolyn Crawford, Donna Chateauneuf, and Betty Ann Dublin, bequeath our slightly used seats in our home- room to four of next year's seniors who are fortunate enough to be placed in room 205, I, Gail E. Collins, leave my footprints in front of Macs B and to the next "woman in white." We, Lucy Coltraro, Pot Hill, Mary Jane Chiarenza, and Justine Stocks, leave our warn out fountain pens to Miss Doran. We, Wilfred Lustenberger, Lee Crane, Bob Kilcayne, Ray Michaud. Ed Charest, Jean Kozdra, Janet Kolifrath, and Pat Jennings, leave our honored places as Miss McDermott's assistants to Ronnie Connel, Dale Deyermond, Brenda Berube, Prudy Coco, Arthur Wyman, Deirdra Deed, Manny Sousa, Phil Flanagan, and Ralph Gilmore. I, Michael D'Arezzo, leave to George Vinciguerra the second last parking space in the fourth row of the students' parking lot. I, Sandi Dietrich, will to the new members of the Methuen Ski Club the task of returning the "borrowed" water goblets and napkins to the Prince Grotto Restaurant in the spring of '62, I, Doris Dion, leave to Judy Buckley my magnetic personality, my fabulous sense of humor, and last but not least, my inner beauty. I, Liz Eliot, leave one used typing eraser to Sue and Joyce so that they may derive pleasure from it. I, Donna Finethy, leave ta Barbara Flockerzi the high honors of collecting money for our programs. We, Sue Fitzpatrick and Sue McKenzie, leave to Jeannie Wespiser our beloved French horns so that she will be able to play twice as well. I, Barbara Fletcher, leave to some deserving iunior my empty seat in Mr. Rushton's fourth period class. I, Elsa Gale, will to Mr. Pappalardo a package of chewing gum in remembrance of the hundreds he made me put in the basket. I, Paul Gallo, leave to Jack Bourassa my own private parking place located on the lawn of Tenney High School, We, Judy Garland and Donna Nelson, leave our nickname, 'The Bobbsy Twins," to Mr. McDermott so that he might give it to two Underclassmen, I, Jean Elizabeth Garneau, leave to Marianne Felides my locker, number 470. For convenience it is located directly outside of the main office. I, Louise Gosselin, leave to my brother Armand the nickname "Gaose." I, Edwin Graham, do bequeath to Bill Brackett a toathless comb so that he will not lose all his hair by combing it so often. I, Tom Grosso, wish to leave to Bill Max my gold plated church key and my green golfing tees. I, Linda Greenwood, do hereby leave to the Ski Club my crutches. I, Rick Grelle, leave my one and only Corvett to Ed Aziz as pay- ment for letting me use his Y.M.C.A. membership card. I, Sheila Hadley, leave to Gil Roux next year's mid-terms and finals written on pieces of parchment paper. We, Brenda Haiiar, Bunny Schiavone, and Carl Tearno, leave all our "thinness" to three deserving and very "thin" iuniars. I, Richard Hertrich, leave to Pete Howard all my empty oil cans so that he can squeeze some tired oil out of them. I, Nancy Ingalls, leave to Dick Drummond all his spare time during the week and a map to Bridgewater for his weekends. I, Marilyn Jessie, leave my standing room on the bus to next year's fortunate students. l, Betty Maggio, leave to Joan Miloro all the luck I didn't have and all the A's I didn't get. I, Barbara Murad, leave behind to Mr. Russell one unabridged Arabic Translation book said during the year. I, Dennis O'ConneIl, Jennings. and hope that he has forgotten what l've leave all my misspelled mords to Mr. I, Becky Packer, leave behind an empty seat in Mr. Rushton's class so that some deserving student can enioy the one o'clock news on TV. I, Fran Patti, bequeath my clean locker to the custodians so that their iob will be lessened. We, Joan Perry and Barbara Wilson, leave to "Rene" the love problems of the Cadet secretaries. I, Carol Pomphret, do hereby leave to Mr. Russell my violin so that his iuture students will hear the some tune we were privileged to hear, I, Pauline Peront, leave to Diane St, Jean all the knowledge I possess. We, Ronnie Reinhold, John Pagliuso, and Donald Paduchowski, hereby leave to our beloved home room teacher, Mrs. Monroe, a resident of Cow Hampshire, a brand new aluminum milking pail and a sturdy treeelegged, maple milking stool. I, Richard Roberts, leave one bunch of bananas to the one called 'chimp " I, Hazel Rotondo, leave to future iuniors 500 pre-written essays. I, Louis Saab, leave my orange golf socks with eighteen holes in them to Louis Simili. I, George Sabbagh, leave to Mrs. Monroe more space on her bookshelf. I, Pollv Ann Sanborn, do hereby leave my knack of getting along so well with the teachers to Allen Renner. I, Bernard Sheehy, leave my seat in Mr. Lister's office to some fortunate underclassrnan I, Murray Smith, leave to Phil Tkach my reserved seat on. the basketball bench next to Coach Carroll. I, Bob Stella, wish to leave only one thing-this school. I, Sharon Rodgers. leave to my sister Peanut all my French knowledge so that she may find some use for it. We, Guy Pitochelli and Ed Charest, bequeath all our Tuesday after school band excuses to some needy freshman bond member. I, Nancy fiudis, da hereby leave my favorite teacher, Mr. Hanni- gan, without anyone to chase after in regard to the corridor cupids. I, Jacqueline Hurrell, pats and pans. I6Ove to future seniors all Miss Brouder's We, the "Heartbeats," leave to the 'Capris' our table in the cafeteria I, Sunny Esperian, leave to my cousin, Aram Sarkesian, Tenney Htgh School. I, Nancy Carr, leave to Ann Greenlaw one written-in French book with the hopes she will be able to read my writing. We, the B.L.T.'s, leave ta the halls of Tenney High School some peace and quiet. I, Susan Alt, leave to Tenney High all my "understanding" We, Gary Perry and Michael Watman, leave to Lawrence Welk all the bubbles he will ever need. I, Susan Haiiar, leave to next year's yearbook staff, o dry hanky and nerves of steel so that they may endure Mr. Lister's pleasant sense of humor. We, the students of Paduchowski so that he peace. We, the members of incoming Freshmen, four room 2l7, leave to Mrs. Monroe, Donald may bring her another year of undisturbed the Senior Class, do hereby leave to the years of hard work and fun, to this Years Juniors, the privileges and enioyments of being Seniorsg and to all Underclassmen, the privileges of using this fine school with the hope that they enioy it as much as we have. Signed and witnessed this 12th day of June, in the year of Our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty-one, as the last Will and Testa- ment of the Class of l96I of Tenney High School. Signed Ruby St. Clair Clifford Chadwick 74,104 awww? awww DAUAiTBUB Z C 5 U '2 C F C F r v E l r r K U3 F71 m C FU m O F C m 5 Z C 5 H W Z m C TNQAH I 1 . 1 W- N , - A lj W, vw i'mH 1 ff gk, 'gif 'La 'I v KS. 'Wa'g,. if '- T 4 1 31414, mfs. 1 'ff 1 i .hi 4- 'vr,., K x

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