Tewksbury High School - Scroll Yearbook (Tewksbury, MA)
- Class of 1956
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CLASS Morro: "He that loveth instruction loveth knowledge."
ln this thirteenth edition of the "Scroll" is a brief account of four memorable
years at Tewlisbury High School. May it serve satisfactorily its function of record-
ing a nostalgic reminder of pleasant times.
1 2,1 I
Class of rpresenfs
TEWKSBURY HIGH SCHCOL
MRS. LOELLA F. DEWING
MR. JOHN P. MURPHY, IR.
MR. JOSEPH A. AUBUT
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EVERETT G. THISTLE, ED. D.
Youth is a period of rapid growth physically, mentally, and emotionally. For
some maturity comes easily, for others the struggle is hard. That you have successe
fully met most of your prohlems of growing-up is evidenced by your graduating.
What of the future? You cannot rest on your laurels, you must continue to
progress. Let me congratulate you and Wish for you the best, that you continue to
grow in Wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man.
LAWRENCE R. McGOVVAN, M. ED.
The Class of 1956 wishes to pay tribute to Mr. Lawrence R. McGowan for
his devoted years of service as headmaster of Tewlcsbury High School and for his
sincere and honest encouragement in his capacity as both a leader and a friend.
Seated: lVlrs. Howard A. VVoolaver. Standing: Nlessrs. Joseph M. Crotty, Anihal Gliver, Joseph E. Bastable.
With sincere appreciation for all that they have done, We, the Class of 1956, dedicate our year-
book to these faculty members Who have been so helpful to us at Tevvksbury Highg to Mrs. Wool-
aver and Mr. Oliver who have displayed immeasurable kindness and understanding in their capaci-
tis as class advisers, to Mr. Crotty Who, although he has been with us for only one year, has executed
numerous favors in our behalf, and to Mr. Bastable, our guidance director, who has done so very
much to encourage, assist, and prepare us to live effective and worthwhile lives. To these people
and to everyone who has aided us, we shall be forever grateful and will reserve for them a place of
honor among our fondest and happiest memories.
MR. ANIBAL OLIVER AND MRS. HOWARD C. WOOLAVER
Most Popular Teachers
- Senior Poll
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SOCIAL STUDIES - left to right: Elsie
L. Woolaver, B.S. Ed.. joseph M. Crotty,
ART - Roberta Thresher, B.S. Ed.
COMMERCIAL - left to right: Kathryn
Chandlerg M. Clare Murray, R.S. Ed., M.
Ed.g Frances B. Sheehan, HS.
ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES - left
to right: Rita E. Sullivan, B..A.g Ruth W.
O'Cormor, B.A.g Jennie B. Basile, B.A.,
M.A.g Mary E. Stevens, B.A.
GUIDANCE - Joseph E. Bastable, B.S.,
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MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE -
left to right: Marie P. Butler, B.A.g Wil
liam A. Campbell, A.B., M.A.g Max Leiter
BS., M. Ecl.g Etta Lapniewski, B.A.g Ani-
bal Oliver, B.S. Ed.
INDUSTRIAL AND HOUSEHOLD
ARTS - left to right: Stanley I. Suchodol-
ski, B.S. Ecl.g Jeannette Brattin, B.S. Home
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MUSIC - left to right: Daniel Kelly,
B.S. Musicg joseph Camar:-1, B.S. Music.
. - , -Richard Carter
Vice-President ,,. .H....w R obert Silk
Secretary ,.,. .. -.-,-Christian Prince
Treasurer .,,, , - -. A .,.. James Mann
After l:ran's arrival during our junior year, we discovered her
studious and industrious nature . . . her striking, dark hair and a
sweet, gentle manner have characterized Fran . . . She dislikes
freckles for some reason . . . we know that she will be a
creditable member of the teaching profession.
KATHLEEN MARY BANCROFT
Refreshing personality . . . a true tand wonderful friend . . .
sparkling blue eyes and a terrific smile . . . efficient and well
dressed office girl . . . will enter Lowell General Hospital
School of Nursing in September . . . likes sports, reading,
writing letters and cooking.
Class Vice-President 15 Basketball 1,2,3g Scroll 49 Highlights 2,35
Baton Twirler 3, Chorus 1,25 Special Chorus 1,2g Local History
L and Government 1.
jOANNE MARY BENNETT
When you spot a tall, breezy, green-eyed, blonde coming down
the corridor, you know for sure it is Joanne. Her quiet, pleas-
ing personality, along with her proficient secretarial ability,
help keep the Water Department flowing smoothly. She keeps
the mailman busy with air mail letters to Paul.
Field Hockey 1, Basketball 1,25 Softball lg Scroll 4, Highlights
25 Band 2, Chorus 1, Prom Committee 45 Local History and
CLAUDIA ANN BLANCHETTE
Tall . . . slim . . . quiet . . . terrific student . . . hopes to
teach foreign languages . . . neat dresser . . . creative . . .
Claudia should go far in life because of her perseverance . . .
good luck in all you undertake, Claudia.
Basketball 13 Scroll 4, Highlights 25 Science Club 3g Chorus
. y b f M'ddl x Women's Club 3g Winner
df loIbJzllOE?lySlll1E1rlll fdr ODembcral-ill' C0ntCSt 3,43 Class Valedlc'
torian 4. '
-IUDITH ANNE BRIGGS
Pretty and popular bundle of gab and lat ghter . . . everybody's
friend . . . basketball enthusiast and Cousy fan . . . neat dresser
, . . takes initiative in many activities . . . kept quite busy by
her red-headed Irishman from Lowell . . . "Mr. Murphy."
Class President 2,35 Field Hockey 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Soft-
ball 1,2,3,4: Student Council 2,3,45 Secretary 3,45 Scroll 45
Chorus 1.2.35 Special Chorus 1,2535 Special Chorus President 35
Football Cheerleader 45 Manager 35 Corridor Patrol 3,45 Local
History and Government 1: Junior Usher 35 Student Council
Representative 35 Pre-Driving 25 Prom Committee 45 Banquet
MADELINE COSMAN BUCHANAN
Tall, blonde, loquacious, and full of pep . . . works at the soda
fountain in Nahi1l's . . . makes friends wherever she goes . . .
plans to be a teacher . . . Mr. lVlcCowan's "Girl Friday" fourth
period . . . sure to succeed in whatever she undertakes.
Field Hockey 15 Basketball 25 Band 2,35 Chorus l,2,3,45 Special
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Chorus Pianist 153,45 Local History and Cov-
ernment 15 Banquet Committee 45 Prom Committee 45 Boston
Ballroom Representative 45 Student Teaching 4.
MARILYN LGRRAINE BUTTON
Better known as Marty . . . her enthusiasm and vigor made her
one of our peppiest cheerleaders . . . she loves orange on St.
Patrick's Day . . . with her long brunette tresses and pleasant
disposition, she is popular with everyone.
Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Softball 2,35 Dramatics 35
Student Council 2,3,45 Science Club 45 Baton Twirlers 3,45
Chorus 1,25 Special Chorus 1,25 Basketball Cheerleader 3,45 Head
Basketball Cheerleader 45 Football Cheerleader 4.
RICHARD ALAN CARTER
Tall, dark, distinguished looking . . . polite, but always whimis-
cal . . . sharp dresser . . . prizes a 1941 Chevy . . . Tewksbury's
President 45 Vice-President of Student Council 45 Scroll Editor
45 Science Club 35 Chorus 1,25 Special Chorus 15 Corridor Pa-
trol 3,45 Local History and Government 15 Prom Committee 45
Banquet Committee 4.
PATRICIA CELIN O U
Dark, cute, amicable . . . likes sports . . . pleasant companion
. . . good conversationalist . . . this is Pat Celino, who trans-
ferred from Medford and became a welcome addition to our
ELIZABETH ANN CINCOTTA
Pat's friend, Betty, is quiet when there's no alternative . . .
an attractive brunette with a shy smile . . . hopes to become
a nurse . . . blushes easily . . . Wonderful basketball player . . .
will go far in life.
Basketball 43 Highlights 4g Nurses' Aides 4g Chorus 1,2g Local
History and Government 1.
Bob . . . a muscular classmate who just loves a practical joke
. . . a real "ladies, man," . . . a good dancer . . . can often be
seen at Trinity dances . . . loves splash parties . . . a good
Chorus 1,23 Corridor Patrol 45 Football 3,45 Printing 4.
KATHLEEN 1. COLLIBEE
Her favorite hobby' is Tex . . . Kay has a reddish tint to her
hair . . . likes to go ice-skating . . .is a Nurses' Aide at the Lowell
General Hospital . . . will surely be a successful medical tech-
Science Club 33 Nurses' Aide 4.
CAROLE ANN COLLINS
Long blonde hair and blue eyes . . . sports a diamond on her
left hand . . . wherever Dick goes, Cal goes . . . makes friends
very easily and knows how to keep them . . . can be seen scoot-
ing around in a souped-up '49 Ford . . . hopes to combine a
secretarial career with marriage.
Basketball 1,235 Scroll 49 Baton Twirlers 33 Chorus 1,2g Special
Chorus 1,2g Local History and Government lg Pre-Driving 23
Boston Ballroom Representative 4g Banquet Committee 43 Prom
Diminutive . . . blond hair and blue eyes . . . known to all as
l'Marty,' . . . always gay and smiling . . . can usually be seen
with Robbie . . . her future plans include hopes to become Mrs.
Dramatics 45 Science Club 3,4g Chorus 25 Banquet Committee 4g
Prom Committee 45 Motto Committee 4.
ELEANOR RUTH COVIN
A transfer from Malden High during our senior year . . . effici-
ent . . . attractive . . . hopes to be somebody's bookkeeper . . .
engaged . . . excels in knitting.
Malden High School 1,2,3.
IANICE EVELYN CURRIER
A captivating blonde . . . Muriel's side-kick . . . very sporty
in her flashy yellow convertible . . . loves basketball . . . full of
fun . . . longing to become Mrs. Trull.
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Softball 3,45 Dramatics 35 Science Club 4g
Band 1,2g Banquet Committee 4g School play usher 35 Motto
Committee 43 Prom Committee 4.
ROGER A. CURRIER
Blonde . . . crew cut . . . basketball and football fan . . . has
a flair for music . . . friendly with everyone . . . sure to go far
in the future.
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,33 Football 45 Band 1,2,3,4.
Tall . . . dark . . . handsome . . . very athletic . . . terrific
smile . . . was a capable captain of the "56" basketball team
. . . plans to attend college.
Class Treasurer 35 Basketball 2,3,4g Captain 45 Baseball 2,3,4g
Football 2,3,4g Student Council 3: Science Club 3.
EVARD ROBERT DIXON
Bob is an excellent dancer, especially good at jitterbugging . . .
popular with all . . . able football captain of 1955 . . . often
seen with Tommy Burris . . . lots of fun at a party.
Football 1,2,3,4g Band 1,25 Chorus 4.
IOSEPHINE PATRICIA DIXON
A truly personable girl. . . everyone's friend . . . an avid bas-
ketball player andgfootball fan . . . another "Cousy" fan , , .
talkative and happy-go-lucky . . . sure to win many friends,
Basketball 2,3,4g Highlights 4: Chorus 1,25 Pre-Driving 2g C1355
Motto Committee 4.
EDVVARD EV ERETT EBINCER
XVavy brown hair, gray eyes and amiability are three factors of
his popularity . . . drives a blue Studebaker convertible .
makes his extra money as a stock clerk and soda Jerkt. . . a
Coast Guard Reservist . . . bound to achieve everything de-
sired in life.
Science Club 33 Band lg Chorus 1,4.
ROBERTA C. FLUCKER
Charming . . . loquacious . . . full of pep . . . loves to Write
letters to Maine . . . plans to be a dental hygienist . . . prefers
doctors' sons . . . forceful personality . . . a friend to all.
Basketball 1,2g Scroll 4, Special Chorus 1,23 Chorus 1,23 Local
History 81 Government 15 Honorary Member of Middlesex
Women's Club 4, Pre-Driving 2g Banquet Committee 45 Prom
Committee 45 Boston Ballroom Representative 4g Class Saluta-
CAROL ANN FGSS
Dainty, lady-like air and a neat wardrobe . . . dancing is one
of her many favorite pastimes . . . Maxine Von Kah1e's chum
. . . a credit to our able Nurses' Aides . . . we wish her suc-
cess in her future endeavor, nursing. W'
Baton Tvvirlers 3,45 Nurses' Aides 4g Chorus 1,45 Art 4g Local
History and Government lg Pre-Driving 2.
Short, dark and vigorous . . . better known as "Gabby" . . .
makes friends very easily . . . spends his exra hours on the
farm . . . one of Uncle Sam's Reserve "Swabbies" who recently
rf had a cruise to jamaica . . . will surely be a success in the
A future . . . great prospects in football until his injury.
Basketball 1,25 Football 43 Science Club 33 Chorus 1,43 Local
History and Government 1.
ADRITH LILLIAN GARSIDE
Short blonde hair, blue eyes and very vivacious . . . her favorite
pastime is Eddie . . . charming soda jerk at Nahill's drugstore
. . . often seen driving around in a blue Ford . . . aspires
to be a teacher.
Scroll 4g Bank l,2,3g Special Chorus 25 Chorus 1,25 Student
Teaching 44 Local History and Government lg Banquet Com-
mittee 4g Prom Committee 4.
Stately, quiet blonde . conscientious office girl . . . enjoys
roller-skatin at the Hi-Hat . . . ideal student . . . attends eve-
ning as well as day school . . . studying math at LTI . . . holds
the record for getting ads for Scroll.
Scroll 45 Chorus 1.
CHARLENE ANN HAZEL
A tall, attractive girl . . . able basketball captain whose team
Won the All-Suburban Championship . . . amiable . . . Wonder-
ful personalitv . . . always willing to help . . . a faithful Nurses'
Aid at Lowell General, Whose cap she hopes to wear one day.
wear one day.
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Basketball Captain 43 Nurses' Aide 4g Chorus
Richy . . . an ardent poker fan . . . drives a blue Cadillac . . .
likes "rock-'n'-roll music . . . usually a "regular" at the Better-
ment Hall on Saturday nights . . . hopes to join the U. S.
Navy after graduation.
Blonde . . . full of vim and vigor . . . garrulous . . . a friend
to everyone . . . hopes to attend Tewksbury State Hospital School
of Nursing . . . Sure to make a wonderful nurse.
Field Hockey 1,25 Basketball 1: Highlights 23 Nurses' Aides 4g
HAZEL WANDA HORVVOOD
Petite . . . lovely black hair . . . sparkling brown eyes . . .
chatters incessantly . . . neat dresser . . . plans to become a
missionary. Local History and Government 1.
MARSHA MARY HUNT
Short dark hair . . . able basketball player . . , "Cha's" side-
kick . . . loves to drive stock cars . . . hails from Texas . . .
hopes to become a nurse.
Field Hocltev 1,2,3g Basketball 2,3,4g Softball 1,35 Scroll 4g High-
lights l,2g Band l,2,3g Chorus 1,23 Corridor Patrol 3,4g Art
SANDRA GAIL HYNES
Loquacious . . . full of fun . . . pleasant companion . . . chums
with Eleanor . . . vacations in Maine. . .plans to be a
Basketball lg Dramatics 3,4g Highlights l,2g Science Club 49
Chorus 2, 35 Local History and Covernment lg Banquet and
Prom Committee 45 Motto Committee Chairman 4.
ELEANOR JOAN IAMIESON
Sociable . . chatterbox . . . full of fun . . . big brown eyes
and a friendly smile . . . trim dresser . . . attractive . . . usually
seen with Bob . . . plans to be a private secretary.
Softball lg Highlights 25 Chorus l.
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1osEPH KELLY JfxM1EsoN
"Togo" . . . short . . . always amusing . . . a faithful T.H.S.
basketball fan . . . drives a big Buick . . likes to play cards
. . . often seen with Bob Touchette and Richard Hewitt . . .
another "rock-'n'-roll" fan.
New arrival in our senior year . . . soon became one of the
gang . . . buoyant disposition . . . sincere friendliness . . . en-
thusiastic basketball player . . . plans to be a comptometer
operator , . . sure to be a success in everything she undertakes.
Basketball l,2,3,43 Softball 2,3.
lYlARY IANE JUDD
Lovely hair . . . attractive clothes . . , quiet, but always ready
forlna laugh . . . friendly manner . . . wants to be a "hello
Baton Twirlers 3,45 Chorus l,2,3.
GEORGE LA BONFIIE
.-Xvid motorcycle tan . . . speed demon . . . known as "Bob's
Buddy . . . strong interest in math . . . digs rock-'n'froll . . .
usually dressed in black . . . plans an engineering career.
MARILYN ANN IAPI-IAM
Came in our iunior year . . . dark hair . . . beguiling smile
. . . extremely attractive . . . has a good word lor everyone
. . . . congenial . . . plans to become a VVave . . . liked by all.
B Field Hockey 33 Basketball 3g Softball 33 Chorus 3,4g Corridor
Patrol 4g School Play Usherette 45 Motto Committee 43 Banquet
Committee 43 Prom Committee 4,
IUSTINE VICTORIA LE BLANC
Cheerful disposition . . . remakable energy . . . sincere friendli-
ness . . . sparkling complexion . . . smartly-styled clothes . . .
sure to be a success in Future endeavors.
Highlights 3g Chorus l,2.,4g Corridor Patrol 3,43 Usherette at
Spring Concert 3: Dance Committee l,2,3,-I.
ROBERT E. LEE
Tall . . . slim . . . forever having trouble keeping gas in his
Henry j . . . headed for college or the U. S. Air Force . . .
enjoys Trig . . . shys away from girls . . . actively supports
his two favorite sports - basketball and telling jokes.
Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball I: Football 4g Science Club 34 Pre-
Driving 2g Chorus l,4.
JAMES STEPHEN MANN
Quiet person . . . likes sports . . . hails from Lowell . . . red-
head . . . short . . . muscular . . . Ed's friend . . . excellent
class treasurer . . . faithful collector of dues . . . future plans
include the Air Force.
Basketball 2,39 Baseball l,2,3,4g Football 3,44 Chorus 1.
Spruce . . . very attractive . . . fine dresser . . . superior dancer
. . . pleasing personality . : . plays basketball . . . straightforward
. . . frequently seen in Boger's Cadillac convertible . . . mar-
Field Hockey 1: Basketball 1,2,3,4g Softball lg Highlights lg
Chorus 3,4g Banquet Committee 4.
BRUCE DAVID MULNO
Quiet . . . shy . , . has a vivid imagination . . . fastidious-dresser
. . . interested in math . . . to attain a degree in engineering
is his present goal . . . Best wishes, Bruce.
Basketball l,2g Baseball 2g Science Club 3g Chorus 1.
EDWINA MURIEL NARY
Vivacious . . . beautiful dark eyes and hair . . . cute figure and
adorable dresser . . . transfer from Dover, N. H .... better
known as "Weenie" . . . collects boys as a hobby . . . sure to be
successful as a teacher.
Dover High School l,2,3g Chorus 49 Student Teacher 4g Prom
Committee 45 Banquet Committee 4.
CATHERINE I. NOLAN
Long flaming red hair . . . pleasant smile . . . energetic cheer-
leader . . . staunch supporter of all school sports . . . amicable
and sincere . . . jovial manner . . . will go far in future.
Highlights 35 Prom Committee 44 Banquet Committeeg Ticket
Seller for Basketball, Football games 1,2,3.
RCBERT LAWRENCE OSBORNE
Curly hair . . . personable . . . dresses well . . . enjoys a good
argument . . . excels in dancing . . . likeable . . . Francine's
dream boy . . . interested in automobiles and horses . . , a future
Science Club 35 Chorus 4.
MARY LOUISE PACE
Petite . . . sweet . . . vivacious . . . full of fun . . . loves to
dance . . . seen at Trinity . . . one of the most attractive seniors
. . . one of the T.H.S. cheerleaders . . . hopes to be a secretary.
Football Cheerleader 4g Highlights 3g Chorus 1.
CHRISTIAN C. PRINCE
Amiable . . . liked by everyone . . . an able class secretary . . .
a willing helper . . . a talented artist . . . loquacious . . . plans
to be an "angel of mercy."
Secretary 45 Dramatics 35 Student Council 49 Scroll 49 Nurses'
ette 35 School Play 3g Banquet Committee 43 Motto Committee 4.
Aide 45 Drawing 35 Prom Committee 4g Spring Concert Usher-
ROBERT EDWIN RAMALHO
One of our quietest classmates . . . drives a "Chevy" . . . always
ready to enjoy a good joke . . . girls are his favorie pastime . , .
hopes to have an interesting career in military service.
Science Club 45 Chorus 1.
ALAN RICHARDSON RECK
Came to us from Southboro in our senior year . . . tall . . .
friendly . . . likable . . . an ardent stamp fan . . . hopes to get
his wings in the U. S. Air Force . . . Good Luck, Al.
"Lorrie," a recent transfer from Billerica, has a sparkling smile
and affable manner . . . Beverly Snell's chum . . . quiet . . . a
welcome addition to our class.
Howe High School 1,235 Chorus 4.
MURIEL ANN RICE
Quiet . . . interested in boffs . . , taciturn . . . capable . . .
agreeable personality . . . p easing ways . . . terrific basketball
manager for '56,
Basketball Manager 45 Softball 3g Dramatics 3g Science Club 45
Prom Committee 4g Banquet Committee 45 Motto Committee 4.
SYLVIA H. ROBERTS
Sparkling personality and merry ways . . . bundle of energy
an dspirit . . . terrific cheerleader . . . favorite hobby - "Richie"
. . . fabulous wardrobe . . . known as an All-American girl . . .
sure to be a success in anything sheundertakes.
Dramatics 33 Highlights 45 Baton Leader 35 Chorus 1,23 Football
Cheerleader l,2,3,4g junior Usher 33 School Play Usher 3g Prom
Committee 4g Banquet Committee 4.
BETTY ANN RYAN
Slender blonde . . . bubbling personality . . . wholesome sense
of humor . . . likes to dance and read . . . known for her wit
. . . spends spare time writing to Bob . . . plans to be a physio-
theorapist in the Air Force.
Field Hockey lg Basketball lg Softball lg Highlights 25 Chorus 1.
DIAN NA SCHANZER
Dark . . . attractive . . . full of fun . . . pleasing personality
wonderful friend can be seen around town with Don
should make a Wonderful nurse
Scroll 45 Highlights 3 Chorus 1,2' Corridor Patrol 3,4 Mass
Cirls State Representative 3 Football and Basketball Ticket Sel
ler 4, Spnng Concert Usher 3' Dance Committee 1,2 3,4
ELIZABETH ANN SHELDON
Better known as Betsy . . . sincere . . . cheerful . . . her ?uiet,
unassuming manner has endeared her to everyone . . . de ights
it ww' ,V ff f , in writing letters . . . we wish her luck as a private secretary.
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V A f ' ' Basketball 2,39 Softball 29 Chorus 3,4.
Well-dressed classmate g . . excels as an usher at the Keith Thea-
ter . . . interested in rock-'n'-roll records . . . sees quite a bit
of Pat . . . future owner of R.K.O., Inc.
ROBERT IOI-IN SILK
Tall . . . handsome . . . sparkling personality . . . famous for
his wit in English . . . writes original book reports . . . chases
girls or do they chase him??? . . . plans to enter State Teachers
Basketball 3,45 Class Vice-President 45 Football 4g Dramatics 33
Student Council 4g Scroll 43 Corridor Patrol 4.
JOAN MARIE SMITH
Radiant . . . devoted to friends . . . charming and graceful . . .
ladylilce . . . spends most of her time with Buddy . . . works
at Taylor Farms . . . typical American teenager . . . plans to
attend State Hospital School of Nursing.
Class President lg Dramatics 3,4g Student Council lg Nurses
Aides 4: Chorus 1,23 Special Chorus 1,29 Usherette at Play 3.
BEVERLY LOUISE SNELL
Tall . . . lustrous hair . . . quite and reserved . . . drives a
green-and-cream colored Mercury . . . ardent rollerskating fan
Mr. McCowan's office girl . . . plans to become a secretary.
HAROLD STALKER v
Big car fan . . . drives a Buick convertible . . . sometimes seen
playing pool at the Rex . . . chums with fellows from South
Lowell . . . plans to join the Army . . . likes a good joke.
Basketball 1,2,3g Science Club 33 Chorus l,2,4g Baseball l,2.
Tall blonde . . . has a large collection of rock-'n'-roll records . . .
disc-jockey at his own dances . . . avid movie fan . . . always
dressed in black . . . noted for his D. A. haircut . . . no definite
EDWARD LEONARD VINECOUR
Forms comedv team with Bob Lee . . . faithful friend . . .
diligent basketball player . . . played a great game of football
until injured . . . likes to work in his Dad's store . . . has '47
Ford . . . agricultural school is Ed's plan . . . wants to be a
DIANA' MARIE WALTERS
Blonde . . . congenial . . . cooperative . . . Pennsylva.nia's gift
to T.H.S. . . . pleasant personality . . . Trom dresser . . . plans
to be a private secretary.
Chorus 3,4g Banquet Committee 4g Prom Committee 4.
As we continue on our Way
To feats as yet not done,
We turn our heads and gaze once more
Upon four years of fun.
We entered here so lost and scared
In ninteen fifty-two,
But, as the year sped quickly by,
Our doubts all passed from view.
We learned to Work successfully,
And did our lessons well.
The Seniors chose our handsome King
And then his reigning Belle.
Vacation soon had come and gone,
The next year flew so fast.
As juniors we looked forward to
Our Senior year - our last.
For three full years we had preparedg
This was the final act.
Our training now would help to make
Our cherished dreams a fact.
Attending our class dances three,
We were so blithe and gay.
But, while in school we settled down
And learned throughout each day.
When june appeared our prom was held,
Our trip and banquet too.
And on our graduation night,
Our utmost dream came true.
As we look back upon that night,
Grave sadness fills each heart.
Yet, future years will hold no fears-
We've learned to do our part.
omenis fo leemem er
SENlORSl GRADUATION! At long last, the
day is drawing near. But before we take our last
walk down the "Halls of Ivy" on Commencement
Day, let's meander back to our precious days of
l:RESHMENl Shall we ever forget the first
day at assembly? The mystifying audiforium, the
strange teachers, and those confident Seniors. Could
we ever be like that?
hlrs. YVoolaver and Mr. Oliver greeted us as
our class advisers, and we couldn't have found
Qur first big event was the election of our
class officers. Qur able leaders were Joan Smith,
our president and student council representative,
Kathleen Bancroft, vice-president, Carl Ebinger,
secretary, and Mark Roper, treasurer.
Sylvia Roberts, a cute bundle of spirit and
energy, was chosen as our football and basketball
To our fold we welcomed Judy Briggs, who
has done so much for our class.
November marked our first dance, "The Tur-
key Hop," and fun was had by all. We now felt
as if we were part of the school.
At the senior dance, Maureen Quinn and Ar-
thur Brothers reigned as King and Queen. They
surely made an ideal couple.
Our girls' basketball team was really on the
ball. We won the Suburban Championship and
also the Littleton Tournament. Do you remember
how proud we were?
The rest of the year was taken up with dances
and many other activities culminating in final
exams, which we somehow passed.
The grand finale of our freshman year was a
fabulous trip to Canobie Lake. Everyone had just
the greatest time.
1952-53 also marked a change in the govern-
ment, as General Eisenhower became President.
The long awaited dream of a truce in Korea finally
became a reality.
Summer passed all too quickly and we were
now sophomores-one more rung up the ladder of
Firs on the agenda was the election of class
officers chosen to head class activities. They were
Judy Briggs, president, Edward Vinecour, vice-
president, Maureen Quinn, treasurer, and Carl
'fThe Dungaree Jive" was given by our class
in October and everyone had a ball in his or her
Ricky Prince, William Day, and Fred Sussen-
berger were added to our list of classmates and
welcome additions they were.
Sylvia Roberts and Maureen Quinn represent-
ed our class as football cheerleaders, and .Sylvia
also won a coveted spot on the basketball cheer-
ln February Judy Briggs left us to live in Cali-
fornia. Ed Vinecour did a fine job when he took
over as president.
The rest of the year seemed to fly as we were
kept busy with sports, dances, and the inevitable
The Bermuda and Ceneva Conferences, the
atomic sub, "The Nautilusf' the H-bomb tests, the
exchange of the Korean prisoners, and the Mc-
Carthy hearings filled the news that year.
Summer vacation flew by as usual, and we
were soon back at the old grind, but we rejoiced
in being juniors.
WVe started the year off as usual with election
of class officers. Judy Briggs, who had returned to
T.l-l.S., became president once more, Harold Stal-
ker as vice-president, Charlene Hazel as secretary,
and Bill Day as Treasurer, and they worked hard
for the class.
The biggest and most talked-about event was
our dance, "The Rock 'n' Roll Hop" which took
place in February. Symphony Sid presided as disc
jockey and caused quite a stir.
Sylvia Roberts was once again chosen as foot-
ball and basketball cheerleader along with Marilyn
Button on the latter.
Fred Sussenberger, Marilyn Button, Bill Day
and judy Briggs represented our class on Student
The Baton Twirlcrs were started with Sylvia
Roberts, who was also chosen 'AMiss Football " as
their .tore reader.
The Corridor Patrol was also somthing new.
Remember their saying, "Keep to the right?
Frances Alyward, Marilyn Collins, Kathleen
Collibee, Diane Walters, Betsy Sheldon, Marilyn
Lapham, and Robert Silk were added to our grow-
ing list of classmates.
Diane Ducrow and Maureen Quinn left us at
the end of the school year, and Robert Wilson left
at the beginning of the junior year and is now
serving with the U. S. Navy.
"The Senior Send-Off" was our last event of
the year and was given in honor of the departing
Final exams were passed by some miraculously
and it was once again vacation time.
The important news events of the year were
these: the death of Einstein, the Salk vaccine, the
Yalta Conference, and the fighting in Trieste.
SENIORS! Could it really be true? Had we
finally reached the top of the ladder of success?
lt was true and we began once more with the
election of class officers. Richard Carter as presi-
dent, Robert Silk, vice-president, Ricky Prince, sec-
retary, and james Mann as treasurer, and hard-
working officers they were.
We also welcomed a new class adviser, Mr.
Crotty, and he soon became a favorite. Miss Brat-
tin, Mr. Suchodolski, and Miss Butler, our new
basketball coach, were also added to the faculty.
Student Council members were also chosen.
Ricky Prince, Marilyn Button, Robert Silk, Rich-
ard Carter, and judy Briggs filled those posts.
Sylvia Roberts gathered up the votes to become
head football cheerleader with Marv Lou Pace,
Kay Nolan, Marilyn Button, and judy Briggs giv-
ing her able support. They cheered on our hard-
working boys captained by Robert Dixon.
The first of our dances, 'fThe Kick-Off," was
held and was a great success.
Added to our growing senior class were Edwina
Nary, Patricia Celino, Eleanor Covin, jacqueline
jordan, Lorraine Reddington, and Alan Reaik.
Carole Bowers and jean Martell left us to be mar-
ried. Maxine Von Kahle and Mary Ann Hughes
also left our throng.
Our Christmas dance, "The Snow Flake Flurryf'
was held December 16 with Nancy Girard and
james Ford as Freshman King and Queen.
Our girls' basketball team, led by Charlene
Hazel, copped the Suburban Championship and
also fought hard in the Ashby Tournament. Cuess
we were as happy as Miss Butler was.
The boys' team, headed by Bill Day, didn't do
quite so well, but they made up for it in spirit.
Sylvia Roberts, Carole Collins, Madeline Buch-
anan, and Roberta Flucker were representatives at
the Boston Ballroom with the top tunes of T. H. S.
Another dance was held in April and was as
enjoyable as the rest, even though we were all
down with spring fever.
At last, final exams were over and we were to
graduate. The news had been filled this year with
President Eisenhower's heart attack, skirmishes in
Israeli and on the Caza Strip, and many more
strides in atomic energy and modern medicine.
Now our news was about Senior VVeek. It
began with a bang with our Prom on june l at
the VVinchester Music Hall with music provided
by Bob Stone's Orchestra. VVe enjoyed our class
banquet at the Red Tavern on june 5 and our
class trip on june 6.
Commencement Day, june Bl Twelve long
years full of "Moments to Remember." As we
leave these hallowed halls, we have these moments
to relive forever.
It seems just yesterday that we walked through
the corridors of Tewksbury High School for the last
timeg and yet, if we stop to think, we realize that
it has been all of ten years. Our classmates have
gone many different ways, but all of them have
found success in their chosen work. If you doubt
my word, you need only read on to finu out for
The reason for the sudden influx of patients at
the Lowell General Hospital are nurses loan Smith,
Christian Prince, and Deanne Holden.
Annapolis graduate, Eddie Carabedian, has just
received his appointment as a captain in the Unit-
ed Sates Navy.
Eleanor jamison, formerly of Tewksbury, now
of California, recently won a national pie-baking
Sylvia Roberts owns and edits Mademoiselleg
localities on her staff include Edwina Nary on the
Eashion Board and Diane Walters as Charm Edi-
Robert Dixon and his assistant, Probert Silk,
have coached a series of winning football teams
at Ohio State.
Loquacious Sandra Hynes is a prominent trav-
eler and lecturer.
Charlene Hazel is on the national committee
in charge of Girls' Basketball Rules.
Frances Aylward is modeling for an advertise-
ment for freckles remover,
School attendance reached an all-time high in
Andover this year. Could the answer be lovely
schoolmarm, Adrith Garside?
As a member of the Tewksbury School Board
Robert Osborne is trying to institute shorter work-
ing hours for high school students.
Kay Bancroft is Pat Booneis private nurse.
Bruce Mulno, a former classmate, was one of
the scientists responsible for the first trip to the
planet Sram ClVlarsD.
Madeline Buchanan is a soda jerk in her own
judy Briggs' latest book, "Personality Plusf' has
already sold over a million copies.
Eddie Ebinger is the dignified president of a
janice Currier owns a million-dollar business
and she has a lot of little Trulls running around
Edu ard Vinecour is the national authority on
basketball, while William Day coaches a profes-
sional hoop team.
Bichard Carter is Tewksburyis most prominent
doctor. His office nurse is Betty Cincotta and his
secretary is hlarilyn Button.
A "sparkling" and witty radio comedienne -
A new elementary school has just been opened
in Tewksbury. Among the teachers in this school
are Pat Celino, Marty Collins, jackie jordan, and
George Sherman as headmaster.
Barbara McNabb manages Taylor Farms, and
she buys all her supplies from joe jamieson's whole-
sale market in Boston.
Pat Dixon and Carol Foss are still actively
campaigning for the Red Cross.
Dianne Schanzer has made a million selling
Claudia Blanchette, Chief United States Dele-
gate to the United Nations Security Council, argues
daily with the lobbyists.
Mal Lapham has sworn off men.
Marsha Hunt, assistant to joe Saturday, can
be seen patrolling her beat in New York City.
loanne Bennett is secretary to Roberta Eluckei'
who is a prominent Tewlcsbury dentist.
Cuess what? Roger Currier is head of the
Music Department in the Tewksbury School Sys-
Beverly Snell is chief hairdresser to Bobby
Cleghorn. CRobert is now a second Liberacej
Kay Nolan and her assistant, Hazel Horwood.
have their own sewing school. Both are quite the
Alan Reck, a famed hairdresser, is now in Hol-
Robert Touchette, George Labonte, and Rich-
ard I-lewett are the ambitious and energetic edi-
tors of a local newspaper.
Harold Stalker owns a chain of dime-storesg
Carolyn Cifford is in charge of the Personnel De-
partment, and James Mann manages the New
Those who are making millions by selling col-
ored cigarettes are Kay Collibee, Mary lane Judd,
Mary Lou Pace, Muriel Rice, and Elizabeth Shel-
Robert Lee and Bob Ramalho are climbing to
the top with their ladder factory in town. Their
private secretaries are Justine LeBlanc and Bette
Ryan, with Eleanor Covin as boolckeeper.
This is all in fun, but l sincerely wish each
and everyone of you the best of luck in every-
thing you do.
Carole Ann Collins.
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VVe, the Senior class, having survived four
years of English, declare ourselves fit to under-
take the writing of this, our last Will and Testa-
ARTICLE l--ln Ceneral.
We leave T. I-l. Sl .
VVe leave the luniors a supply of Mrs. Wool-
ayer's pink placebo pills to counteract the effects
XVe leave the Sophomores bowing to the Sen-
VVe leave the Freshmen all the fun they can
possibly have in hlr. Leiterls biology class.
ARTICLE ll--The Faculty
Vile leave Mr. lXlcCowan, hoping he vvonlt be
as free with his detentions.
We leave Miss Chandler an extra-long whip
to keep the Freshmen from breaking into the lock-
er rooms at noon-time.
We leave Mr. Leiter a new supply of odorless
We leave Miss Brattin a new spool of thread
for re airino the basketball uniforms after a rough
P as .
We leave Miss Murray a new book of puns
guaranteed to embarrass her Freshman typists.
VVe leave Mrs. Basile a pair of binoculars to
search for the lost "accents, in her French classes.
We leave Mrs. VVoolaver a copy of Bridie Mur-
phy's latest, "Reflections of the Past."
We leave Mr. Kelly happily looking forward to
playing at next year's prom.
VVQ leave Mr. Camera Mr. McCowan's dis-
carded weight-reducing plan - boullion cubes.
VVe leave Mrs. Thresher an original copy of
We leave Coach l-lazel with the question:
"Where did you get those crazy, mixed up clothes?',
We leave Mrs. Stevens a book entitled "ls Your
Yearbook Staff Lazy?"
Le leave Mr. Suchodolski a student council
with mature ideas and the ability to carry them
VVe leave Mr. Croty some pharyngettes to be
used during his forty-five minute lectures in
"Problems of Democracy."
VVe leave Mr. Oliver with the hopes that he
will not argue with Mrs. Woolaver any more.
VVe leave Mr. Campbell jumping off chairs in
physics class to illustrate the law of falling bodies.
VVe leave Miss Butler a new set of false eye-
VVe leave Mr. Sheehan an adding machine to
total "Scroll" advertising receipts.
Vlle leave Mrs. Maclaren completely in charge
of treating those locker-roorn headaches.
We leave Mrs. Lapniewski a supply of mental
flippers, left over from Mr. Campbells class.
VVe leave Miss Sullivan protecting the English
language from the macabre carnage of her English
VVe leave Mr, Basable with deep regret and
sincere appreciation for the many things he has
done for us.
ARTICLE lll--The Students
Fran Alywarol leaves her plentiful supply ol'
freckles to Cail Lawlor.
Kay Bancroft leaves her genuine friendliness
and quiet ways to Dale Robinson.
,loanne Bennett leaves her blonde hair to Judy
Cale in hopes that she'll throw away the HQOQ.
Claaclia Blancliette leaves Miss Sullivan's Eng-
lish class - sadly.
Cha Briggs leaves her baseball skill to Pat
Madeline Buchanan leaves Mr. Crotty reluct-
Mary Button leaves with Don.
Dick Carter leaves in his "Chevyll for Tufts
Pat Celina leaves her dark, pretty hair to Fran
Betty Cincotta leaves her quiet ways to Nancy
Bolo Cleghorn leaves his collection of Pocket
Books to Fred Sussenberger to read in Mrs. Wool-
Kay Collihee leaves her driving dexterity to
Carole Collins leaves her talent for collecting
rocks to Cindy Jackson.
Marilyn Collins leaves Mr. Sheehan with great
peace of mind.
Eleanor Covin leaves her adriotness to Pat
la-nice Currier leaves with anticipation of all
her dreams coming true.
Roger Currier leaves his tuba to anyone big
enough to carry it.
Bill Day leaves his physique to Ed Turowsky.
Pat Dixon leaves her basketball enthusiasm to
Boh Dixon leaves his sweatshirt and gym shorts
to Gerry Trull.
Eddie Ehinger leaves his girl friends to Charlie
Bo Elucker leaves her garrulity to any loquaci-
Carol Foss leaves Miss Butler in silence.
Eddie Garalredian leaves his good humor and
personality to Phil DeCarolis.
Adrith Garside leaves her sweet ways to Cynthia
Carol Gifford leaves her secretarial efficiency
to Paula Kuchinsky.
Charlene Hazel leaves her father in hopes that
he can carry on without her.
Dick Hewitt leaves his orange shirt to some-
one with a pair of charcoal grey slacks.
Deanne Holden leaves Mrs. Sherburne, thank-
Hazel Horwood leaves her eloquence to Mr.
Marsha Hunt leaves her interest in jolapy
racing to Jesse LaBonte.
Sandy Hynes leaves, still arguing with Miss
Eleanor Jamieson leaves her expressive eyes to
joe llainieson leaves his seriousness to Iohn King.
Mary jane judd leaves her quietness to Donna
jackie jordan leaves her sweet ways to Nancy
George LaBonte leaves all his motorcycles to
Mal Laphain leaves sadly, without Tom.
Iustine LeBlanc leaves her spirit and bright-
ness to Carol Martell.
Boh Lee leaves his height, weight, and every-
thing else to Dickie Carroll.
Barh lllclxlahh leaves her wardrobe to Sally
liin Mann leaves his wit and humor to Dick
Brace Nliilno leaves all his headaches for Miss
Sullivan to figure out,
Edwina Nary leaves all her checkmarks in Mr.
Oliverls rankbook to one of next year's quiet little
Boll Osborne leaves Max--Cnot Leiter eithery.
Mary Lon Pace leaves her cheer-leading tech-
nique to ludy Ebinger.
Ricky Prince leaves her extra-curricular activi-
ties to someone with enough energy to take them.
Bolo Bainalho leaves his ability to harrass the
corridor patrol to Edmund Babicz.
Alan Beck leaves his competence in typing to
Lorraine Reddington leaves her ability to win
friends to Gerry Cerrulli.
Mariel Bice leaves her seat in psychology to
some unsuspecting junior.
Syl Roberts leaves T. H. S. minus one sweet
Bette Ryan leaves her wit and personality to
Diane Schanzer leaves her ability to hide in
lockers during lunchtime to Dorothy Lombardi.
Betsy Sheldon leaves all her mad crushes to
George Sherman leaves his sharp clothes to
Boh Silk leaves his book reports to any junior
with nerve enough to give them.
loan Smith leaves her desk in Mr. Oliver's
room to some poor unfortunate freshman.
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First Row, Left to Right: Marilyn Collins, Roberta Flucker, Christian Prince, Madeline Buchanan
Second Row: Dianne Walters, Sandra Hynes, Adrith Carside, Carole Collins, Marilyn Lapham
Third Row: Barbara McNabb, Iudy Briggs, Katherine Nolan, Eclwina Nary, Ioan Smith
Standing: Janice Currier, Richard Carter, Billy Day, Edward Vinecour, Marilyn Button, Robert
Silk, Marsha Hunt
Actor :mol Actress
Miss and Mr. Senior
William Day Most Athletic
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B00kW0f'WlS Kay Bancroft
Best Dancers Quieresr Most Talkative
Iudy Briggs Bruce Nlulno Edward Vinecour
Robert Osborne Frances Aylward Roberta Flucker
Most Likely to Succeed
M09 Bagfful -V-V Most Talented
JOSCPII J3m1e50n - Madeline Buchanan
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Frances Aylward Syiiga digits Roger Currier
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JUNIORS: Robert Allen and Marie Sullivan
SOPHOMORES: Kenneth Aldrich and Barbara
FRESHMEN: Francis Doherty and Patricia
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President Y-,,--.,, W ,,,,,,,, r Barbara Dunn
Vice-President ..., .,,,, K enneth Aldrich
Secretary ------ ,,,,,,,, Gail L3WlO1'
Treasurer ,r,, ,.,, I ames Johnson
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President e.,...,......,,,.. , Robert Allen
Vice-President --- r,,, Philip DeCarolis
Secretary M,,., .....C B everly Ebinger
Treasurer Lv .... Mary Jane Farley
FRESI-IMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President .........,,...... -Francis Doherty
Vice-President .... ..... G abrielle Lafortune
Secretary L,.... ..... P atricia Wilcox
Treasurer ,LLL .,... T heodore Kelley
First Row-Left to Right: D. Robinson, U. Lacey, Nl. Clarke, N. Aspell, B. Ebinger, P. DeCar0lis
R. Allen, M. Farley, C. VVhite, C. Martell, F. Basile, M. Sullivan, Ebinger.
Second Row: M. A. D'Entremont, Gale, V. Pennelli, S. Stone, D. Lombardi, B, Beckett, A
Kennedy, G. Cerulli, A. Pozzi. N. Tonello, T. Manning, M. Leddy, E. Hibbarcl, D. Leddy.
Third Row: P. Leahy, S. Curtis, C. Marchessault. D. Dixon, M. Penney, P. Hickey, R. james, R
Avery, K. Hague. L. Martell, I. King, Jamieson, L. Layallee, D. VVilkinson, N. Smith, L. Read
P. Pappas, L. Bell.
Fourth Row: D. McLaughlin, E. Rabicz, R. O'Neill, C. Trull, -I. Gillis, C. Costa, VVhite, R
Carroll, R. Barlow, F. Sussenberger, R. Carey, H. Roberts, VV. Thompson, D. Pennock, R. Mc-
Allister, R. Cleghorn, T. Burris. R. Greeno, F. Cath.
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First Row-Left to Bight S. Arold, Y. Boisvert, R. M. DeCarolis, C. Ebert, D. Dixon, Johnson, B. Dunn, K.
Aldrich B. Cawlick M. Anderson, V. Lancaster, B. Fitzgerald, I. Deming. Second Row: S. Kohanski, N. Carr,
C. jackson, j. Cormier, B. Fisher, C. Lepine, M. Balin, J. Goes, T. Davies, B. Carpenter, T. Faucher, P. Houle, B.
Campbell, F. Colantuonio, R. Hague, M. Brown, A. Celaderes, D. Allen, M. Brown. Third Row: W. Corcoran, E.
Friend, B. Dewing, S. Bowers, S. Saber, W. Anderson, A. Larson, P. Johnston, I. Gillis, F. Daley, N. Christian,
I. Celino, A. Hopkinson, L. Dinsmore, V. Hewitt.
First Row-Left to Bight: A. Von Kahle, I. LeBoeuf, C. Turne , C. M l , D. P C. L f P O l
I. Peters, P. Kuchinsky, L. Nolan, P. Wilcox, B. Wells, B. O'NeiB. Secov?dOIBed,w: L. Sfllivan, 2Ef.0TTlal1yl8or,
j. LeP1ne, P. Laganas, R. Lemelin, D. Sullivan, E. Parshley, E. Vinecour, C. Lussier, B. Leahy, I. Treadwell B
Stone, Pr. Maestri. M. Marshall. Third Bow: I. Peavey, M. Shanley, W. Paladino, T. Ryan, L. Palmacci, D. Stewart
IB. Bsniiey, C. Nugent, N. Lagasse, R. Landers, C. Sherman, A. Otis, Pt. Treadwell, R. Weddleton, B. Maloney
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First Row-Left to Right: A. Von Kahle, I. LeBoeuf, C. Turner, C. Maloney, D. Pare, C. Lafortune, P. Overlan,
I. Peters, P. Kuchinsky, L. Nolan, P. Wilcox, B. Wells, B. O'Neill. Second Row: L. Sullivan, I. Taylor, P. Willis,
J. LePine, P. Laganas, R. Lemelin, D. Sullivan, E. Parshley, E. Vinecour, C. Lussier, R. Leahy, I. Treadwell, B.
Stone, R. Maestri. M. Marshall. Third Row: I. Peavey, M. Shanley, W. Paladino, T. Ryan, L. Palmacci, D. Stewart,
E. Fjlsniiey, C. Nugent, N. Lagasse, R. Landers, C. Sherman, A. Otis, R. Treaclwell, R. Weddleton, R. Maloney,
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First Row-Left to Right: W. Cillis, L. Carr, L. DiPaclova, P. Drane. C. Edgecomb, V. Barron, F. Fitzpatrick, L.
Fisher, L. Arsenault, D. Bell, M. Dunn, B. King, S. Hitchcock. Second Row: C. DiPalma, E. Krlpatrick, I. Brown,
I. Conley, K. Knowlton, C. Cole, C. Connors, S. Clark, L. Blaisdell, I. Allwood, E. Hapshe, Haggerty, C. Car-
penter, N. Cirard. Third Bow: R. Avery, D. Connor, E. Black, I. Carroll, A. Dunham, B. Darby, W. Bowers, T.
Conney, I. Coes, P. Anderson, A. Craustein, E. Daley, W. Kohanski. Fourth Row: R. Busch, I. Carolyn, T. Kelley,
F. Cumings, B. Craustein, F. Brenclell, E. Backoff, C.Carlancl, B. Brooks, D. Hazel, L. Campbell, T. Deming,
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Left to right: Gerald Trull, Sally Curtis, Marie Sullivan, and Robert Allen
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Editor in Chief
Richard A Carter
Claudia A. Blanchette Ch
Jud th A Briggs
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Mrs. Jonathan T. Stevens
Mr. Frances B. Sheehan
Literary Staff: Seated-Claudia Blanchette, Roberta Flucker, Carole Collins, and Mrs. Stevens
Standing-Richard Carter, Robert Silk, Adrith Garsicle, Christian Prince, and Dianna Schanzer
Production Staff: Seated-Marsha Hunt, Judith Briggs, and Kathleen Bancroft, Standing-Mr
Sheehan, Joanne Bennett, and Carol Gifford.
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First Row-Left to Right: Barbara Dunn, Christian Prince, Mary Jane Farley, Robert Silk, Richard Carter, Judy
Briggs, Marilyn Button. Second Row: Philip DeCarolis, James Johnson, Robert Allen, Mr. Suchodowskig Advisor.
The Student Council, under the able assistance of Mr. Suchodolslci, adviser,
worked cooperatively throughout the year for the betterment of our school and
student body. Each Tuesday the Council met to plan and prepare various money-
raising projects. They successfully managed and sponsored the annual magazine
drive. The proceeds from their worth-while endeavors are to be used for a usefull
gift to Tevvlcsbury High School.
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Row: Mr. Bastable, Guidance Directorg Bette Cincotta, Jane Dierauer, Deanne Holden, Charlene Hazel.
These are the girls who spend their Saturday at the Lowell General Hospital
gaining practical experience as well as classroom technique. The organization, formed
this year hy the Director of the Lowell General Hospital School of Nursing, serves
as a preparatory course for those interested in the nursing profession.
5311? Row-Left to Right: Dianna Schanzer, Marilyn Lapham Mary jane Farley Marsha Hunt Judith Bri
u ith .Ebinger, Marilyn Button. Second Row: Justine LeBlanh, Thomas Burris, Ifobert Cleghorn,,Fred Sussenigf-
ger, Rrchard Carter, Robert Silk, Robert Allen, jerry Haines, Beverly Ebinger.
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The members of this year's Corridor Patrol take an active part in keeping traffic
moving smoothly in the hallways between classes. Although this is only the second
year of its existence, the results have been tremendous, The halls have been quieter,
the passing from class to class has been more orderly, and there has been less con-
fusion throughout the school.
First Row-Lef to Right: Charlene Hazel, Janice Matson, Patricia Leahy, Patricia Dixon, Bette Cincotta. Second
Row: Marshall Balin, Patricia Celino, Prank Pepe, David Sherwood, William Ramsey, Peter Houle, Peter John-
ston, Sylvia Roberts, Joseph Wells, Mrs. Basile, Advisory Jay Razin, editor-inchlef.
First Row-Left to Right: Sandra Hynes, Marilyn Collins, Janice Currier, Yvonne Boisvert, Mary Ann D'Entre-
mont. Second Row: Nancy Smith, Patricia Hickey, Judy Gale, Marilyn Button, llflary Penney. Standing: Robert
Allen, Ronald James, Leonard Martell, Fred Murray, Richard Creeno, Robert Ptamalho, Frank Daley, Joseph Jamie-
son, Norman Christian, James VVhite, Mr. Leiter, Advisor.
Standing-Left to Right: Patricia Overlan, Paula Kuchinsicy. Nancy Girard, Patricia Wilcox, Leila Nolan, Carol
DiPalma, Barbara Wells, Irene LeBouef, Carol Turner, Marjorie Marshall, Marjorie Brown, Cheryl Carpenter. Seat-
igllz .Carogfrh-Cole, Gloria Connors, Elaine Hapshe, Poriia leganas, Ioan Smith, Carol Martel, Judy Ebinger, and
an yn o ins.
On April 12 this group, under the direction of Miss Rita Sullivan, presented
"Curtain Going Up," a play concerning the efforts of some teenfage boys and girls
to put on their school play under the direction of Miss Burgess Uoan Srnithl, the new
dramatics teacher for Riverview High. Robert Silk had the leading rnale role, the
part of Norman Carter.
Others in the play were Carol Martel, Sandra Hynes, Edwina Nary, Madeline
Buchanan, Judith Ebinger, Betsy Sheldon, Carole Collins, Justine LeBlanc Claudia
Blanchette, Edward Vinecour, Robert Osborne, James Mann, Robert Allen, Fred
Sussenberger, and Richard Carter.
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First Row-Left to Right: Franklin Colantuonio, William Corcoran, Patricia Pappasg Second Row: Mary Lou
Pace, Nancy Jackson, Nancy Peters, Marie Sullivan, Third Row: William Johnston, Alan Hopkinson, Stanley
Bowers, Robert Weddleton, Bruce Carpenter, Alfred Larson, Charles Reilly, Mr. Oliver, Instructorg Leonard Din-
smore, Thomas Cooney, David Pennock, Stephen Snyder, Iames Marsh, flames Celino.
Geac ers, es
Seated: Sandra Hynes and Madeline Buchanan, Standing: Edwina Nary and Adrith Garside.
DeCarolis, Rose Marie
Donahue, Mary Jane
Farley, Mary Jane
Gillis, Winnie Mae
Judd, Mary Jane
Kneeling-Left to Right: Sally Curtisgfirst row: Eugene Black, Larry Wolfe, Bruce Carpenter, Valeria Barron, Bruce
Dewing, Edward Friend, Alfred Dunhamg second row: Robert Barlow, joseph Wells, Richard Whitney, Roger
Currier, Francis Cummings, Donald Stewart, George Garland.
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Marie Sullivan, Nancy Girard, Sally Curtis, Marilyn Button, Sylvia Roberts, and Barbara Dunn.
First Row-Left to Right: Mary Lecldy, Carol Foss, Judith Ebinger, Donna Ledcly, Carol Lussier.
Second Row: Nancy Tonello, Dorothy Allen, Maxine Von Kahle, Lillian Bell, Theresa Manning.
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Booking ahead . . . Listening attentively . . .
Studying the Constitution Experimenting in chemistry . . .
Exacting drawings . . . Working 1419 an alalfetife - - -
Enjoying lunch . . .
Nlastering the keyboard . . . Developing art talent ,
Gaining practical skill . . . Training of a secretary
Going home . . . Takingoff
COACH CHARLES E. I-IAZEL
A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins
Barbara Dunn, Sylvia Roberts, Marilyn Button, Judy Briggs, Marie Sullivan, Joyce Sussenberger,
Mary Lou Pace, Kay Nolan.
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First Row-Left to Right: G. Trull, C. Reilly, W. Corcoraan, I. Jackson, VV. Anderson, K. Aldrich, W. Johnston,
I. Celino, D. Robinson, E. Vinecour. Second Row: K. Hague, J. Haines, R. O'Neill, R. Cleghorn, R. Dixon
Ccaptainl, F. Sussenberger, R. Allen, W. Day, R. Barlow. Third Row: R. Carroll, R. Brooks, G. Garland, P.
DeCarolis, J. Wells, R. Greeno, R. Silk, R. Weddleton, R. Lee. Standing: Coach Hazel, Coach Oliver, Coach And-
Plagued by inclement weather, the varsity squad suffered the sting of defeat
five times but rallied in a satisfactory rout over Wilmington on Veterans' Day. Bobby
Allen set most of the scoring pace throughout the season and was elected co-captain,
along with Gerry Trull, of next yearls team.
Chelmsford High 19
Burlington High 6
Dracut High 25
Howe High 19
Somervillle Trade 6
Vlfilmington High 13
Ipswich High 27
First Row-Left to Right: R. Currier, R. Lee, W. Day Ccaptainl, R. Silk, R. Allen, R. Carroll. Second Row
Ford, J. Celino, J. Jackson, J. Haines, R. Morrissey, R. Weddleton. Third Row: E. Morris, L. Dinsmore R Brooks
In the Lowell Suburban League Tewksbury took third place with a 7-5 record
Also in third position in the Lowell Scoring Contest was Dickie Carroll. On the
whole, the season was considered to be successful, as Tewksbury rolled up thirteen
victories which overshadowed its eight losses.
Boys ' Basgefdall Schedule
First Row-Left to Right: N. Aspell, I. Currier, M. Hunt, C. Hazel Ccaptainl I. Briggs, P. Leahy, P. Dixon. Sec-
ond Row: M. Donahue, P. Tabor, E. Cincotta, B. McNabb, P. Pappas, Coach Butler. Third Row: B. Ebinger, C.
LaFortune, D, Dixon, P. Pappas, B. Osborne.
girfs ' ,3asLefda!l ScAeJule
DATE OPPONENT WINNER SCORE
December 9 Townsend Tewksbury 43-42
December 29 Townsend Tewksbury 57-40
December 30 Alumni Tewksbury 54-50
january 3 Chelmsford Tewksbury 54-38
Ianuary 10 Howe Tewksbury 40-30
Ianuary 13 Dracut Tewksbury 58-52
Ianuary 17 Wilmington Tewlcsbury 50-44
january 20 Burlington Tewksbury 63-48
Ianuary 24 No. Andover Tewksbury 48-42
January 27 Chelmsford Tewksbury 56-52
February 3 Howe Howe 53-52
February 7 Dracut Tewksbury 38-34
February 10 Wilmington Wilmington 56-51
February 14 Burlington Burlington 53-46
February 17 No. Andover No. Andover 53-50
February 23 All Stars Tewksbury 50-47
Top to Bottom: Marsha Hunt, Janice Currier, Judy Briggs,
Priscilla Pappas, Pat Leahy, Pat Dixon, Captain Charlene
Hazel. Front: Coach Butler, Manager Muriel Rice.
The 1955-56 girls, basketball team, headed by Captain Hazel and coached by
Miss Butler, earned another winning record for Tevvksbury High School by bring-
ing home the All-Suburban Championship Trophy to add to our praise-worthy col-
lection. Our girls also reigned in the winner's seat at the Annual All-Star Game.
Hats off to a hard-working team, a patient coach, a wonderful and successful
captain, and an ever-ready and efficient manager.
From the team, many thanks to the eager, faithful fans who stood by them,
win or lose!
DA I-E OPPONENT
April 17 . ,,,, Puncharcl
18 ,, ,,,, St. Ioseph's
20 , , ,,,, Methuen
25 , , , ,. .,..,, Ipswich
24 - -- . ,... No. Andover
27 ,K ,,,.,Y, Billerica
May 1 - - - -Burlington
4 - ..., Chelmsford
7 -, ..e,.. Ipswich
8 A,v,,p...,,,.. VVilmington 111116
, - - -Dracut
, - ,.., Methuen
--, ..,2. St. Joseph's
- - ....,. Dracut
- ..... Burlington
C- .... Chelmsford
First Row-Left to Right: D. Bell, C. Carpenter, E. Deming, M. Sullivan, B. Ebinger. Second Row: Coach Butler
J. Sussenherger, L. Fisher, J. Wilson, D. Robinson, P. Willis, D. Wilkinson, B. Dunn.
Best Wishes ond Success
to the Class of 1956
DANNY MILLS Men's and Boys' Shop
Snack Bor for Breakfast and Light Lunches
Route 38 Tewksbu ry
90 Eost Hollis Street
Noshuo, New Hampshire
WALTER J. RILEY AGENCY, Inc.
I REAL ESTATE
Moin St. neor South St. 216 Appleton Street
Moin St. neor Chandler St. Telephone: GI 3-5451
Telephone: Ol 8-396l GI 3-423l
Moy God Shower Mony Blessings
Upon All The High School Students
The Rev Williom F. Lontogne, O.M.l
The Rev Thomos Murphy, O.M.l.
The Rev. Frederick J. Higgins, O.M.l.
The Rev. Thomos P. McPorIond, O.M.l
John V. Sullivan
Shovel and Bulldozer
Pilre Street Tewlcsbury, Mass.
Paints - Plumbing - Heating
and Farm Supplies
McKittrick Hardware Co.
Dial GL 8-830l
269 Dutton Street Lowell, Mass.
John L. Gleason
Fire - Lite - Casualty - Surety
80 Florence Avenue Tewlcsbury, Mass.
I66 Central Street
MIDDLESEX SUPPLY COMPANY
86-lO4 Middlesex Street
Tel. GL 4-77II
HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING
ELECTRICAL HOUSEWARES TOOLS
Edward W. Freeman Store
LoweII's Oldest And Leading Jewelry Store
MY BUSINESS IS DIAMONDS
The Diamond Merchant ot Lowell
Telephone GI. 2-963l
7 C I S L Il M
Individuality In Fashions
THE TOWNE SHOPPE
I I East Merrimack Street
BATTLES FRUIT FARM
690 North Street
r .-.. 7
McGoohan Fuel 81
Ranges - Television
Refrigerators - Fuel Oils
Bottled Gas - Oil Burners
I25 Manchester St. Lowell, Mass.
Telephone GL 5-56I5
955 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass.
Telephone GL 7-73 I 2
Joseph R. Perry
Carpenter and Builder
33 Forest Street
Floor Finishing Specialists
Esimotes Cheertully Given
Fred H. Baldwin
I09 Patten Road
UL I-7l04 MYstic 6-3I4l
we USE SPEED-G-RIT FLOOR ABRASIVES
Lumber Co., Inc.
E. A. CHAGNON
Tewksbu ry, Moss.
Direct from Factory to Consume
Compliments ot the
Lull 81 Hartford
Schools ond Colleges
Store 34 Prescott St
FaCl'0I'Y 95 Bridge Str
New Hornes . . . Remodeling
H. W. HUNT
H. W. HUNT
Telephone Stoneham 6-0972-M
Telephone Woburn 2-2572-W
East Street Tewlcsbury, Mass.
Telephone UL I-7759 25 Wilson Road Stoneham, Mass.
A. TREMBLAY, Prop.
9:00 AM. to 9:00 RM.
Sunday Until l2:3O Noon
Tel. UL l-93I2
I098 Main Street Tewlrsbury, Mass.
Lyons Oil Company
RANGE AND FUEL OILS
Eddie Lyons, Proprietor
Italian Foods - Pizza - Chicken -
Clams - 'Steak
I93 Main Street Wilmington
Tel. Ol 8-8359
Gildart Chevrolet Co., Inc.
550-555 Main Street
A. B. Sweezey, Inc.
Wilmlnglon' Massachusells Arthur Bernard 6I5 Main Street
Tel' 0' 844' l Pres. 8: Treas. Wilmington, Mass.
COMPLIMENTS OF Pat Luongo, Prop. Ol.iver 8-3345
Shawsheen Street Garage
Paul J. Belle, Proprietor
Silver Lake Bakery
Cakes tor all Occasions
Pies - Cakes - Rolls - Pastry
2493 Main Street Tewksbury, Mass.
Tewksbu ry Airport
The Hi-Hat Roll-A-Way
Nahill's Drug Store
UL I-27l l
The Barrows Travel
Tewksbury Paint and
85l Main Street
Taste-Rite Donut Shop
Joe's Variety Store
Telephone UL I-2089
Elsie TrulI's Flower Studio
Fresh Flowers for All Occasions
Telephone GL 2-5I83
River Road No. Tewksbury, Mass.
Leo R. Hunt
779 Main Street
"DiIlon" Bonded Cleaners
E. Merrimack St.
Best Wishes to Class ot '56
Bay State Variety
Cla rk's Store
South Tewlcsbury, Mass.
East Street Tewksbury, Mas
Roy's Barber Shop
Rolland Roy, Prop.
Open Dany 9 AM. to 9 P.M.
shmheen sf. Tewksbury. Mm.
William A. Knox, Agent
HARRY C. DAWSON INSURANCE
Telephone UL l-7l9l
Tel. OL 8-462 l
John J. Makos
Gallagher Painting Service
- CARPENTER WORK -
FLOOR SANDERS AND POLISHERS
Telephone GL 3-l560
bb 5th Avenue Lowell, Mass.
Mary Rynne's Style Shop
Norcross 81 Leighton
at LULL at HARTFORDS 'NSURANCE
"lNSURE YOUR TOMORROWS - TODAY"
GL 8-83l I
40 Middle St. Lowell, Mass.
30 PFQSCOH' Si- L0Well- lVl'355- Raymond A. Webb Howard H. Leighton
The Trailer Lunch
26 South Street
FRANKFURTS - HAMBURGERS
CHEESEBURGERS - FRENCH FRIES
ll A.M. to 2 A.M. DAILY
John J. McNulty Proprietor
Dick's Auto Repair
Motor Tuneups 8: Body Worlr
TELEPHONE GL 2-870i
I085 Andover Street
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Carter
The Red Root
Harold A. Vinecour
C. GERALD SPALDING
45 Merrimaclr Street
All Watches Electronically Tested
Lowell 3-48l I - 2-9308
WASHING MACHINES - REFRIGERATORS
RADlo AND TELEVISION co.
MAJESTIC, RCA, SYLVANIA, ADMIRAL
Sam Garnick 54 Middlesex Street
Hemphill Noyes 81 Co.
New York and Boston Stock Exchanges
24 Merrimack Street GL 8-6305
J. W. Downs, Jr.. Manager
Holy Trinity Youth Center
HIGH STREET LOWELL. MASS.
Tewksbu ry Auto Parts
Used Cars Bought, Sold and Exchanged
Parts tor all Makes and Models
7I4 East Street Main Street
UL I-7887 Tewksbury, Mass.
CHICKEN BARBECUES TO TAKE OUT
I83 High Street Lowell, Mass.
70 Middle St.. Lowell, Mass.
SMORGASBORD AND HOT BUFFET
All You Wish to Eat
I95 East Merrimack
B 81 W Contracting Co.
88 Paulson Road
Specialized in Hard Topping
A FRI END
TyIer's Greeting Cards
809 Main Sfreef
Va riety Store
23 I6 Main Sf. Tewlzsbury, Mass.
R.J. Gendreau D.M.D.
Diamonds, Waiches. Jewelry
GL 2-225l l5I Ceniral Sf.
Bill and Mel's
Andover Riding Academy
Jumping a Specialty
PAUL PROULX, GERARD PROULX
Instructor Owner 1
Tel. Andover 351
Town and Country
Main St. cor Shawsheen
We Fill Trailer Cylinders
Tel. UL l730B
Opp. The Large Cement Warehouse
Complete Outfitters to the
Worlcingman and Farmer
Lowell's Leading Worl: Clothes Store
90 Bridge Street Tel. GL 2-3597
Neyman Furniture Co.
Complete Home Furnishings
H. W. Hunt
- Heating Contractor -
H. W. HUNT
Tel. Stoneham 6-0972-M
Tel. Woburn 2-2572-W
25 Wilson Road Stoneham. Mass.
SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF I956
Mary's Beauty Salon
74 Pleasant Street
Tel. UL I-742 I
BEST WISHES FROM
lNSURER -- REALTOR - LAWYER
253 Appleton Street
can 2-1222 GI a-6350
Middlesex Equipment Co.
Plumbing, Heating 8: Electrical Supplies
Oil Burners - Paints - Hardware
l90-I96 Middlesex Street
N. P. NELSON, Mgr.
GL 2-208l GL 2-2306
Post Office Garage, Inc.
Parts, Sales, Service
l07l Main Street
at the Post Office
Stephen A. Condrey, Reg. Pharm.
Leo's Socony Station
Appleton 81 South Streets
Good Luclx and Best Wishes l ! !
Bob 81 Gordon
Ralph O. Garland
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Tel. UL l-2352
623 Chandler St. Tewlsbury
Drs. Porter and Tucker
68 Merrimack Street
Dial GL 3-3b8I
Dora's Specialty Shop
Clothes for All the Family
Bab's Beauty Shoppe
775 Chandler Street
The Knox Insu rance
Mildred F. S. Knox, Agent
Zl Concord Road
Billerica Center Montrose 3-345I
DEALER UL I-ZII4
E. R. Dixon 81 Son
SCRAP IRON - RAGS - METALS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
Edgewood Road oft Shawsheen Street
"The Friendly Insurance Agency"
R. Rosenbloom Paper o.
50 Middlesex Street
SulIivan's Tydol Station
Main Street Tewlsbury
Mr. 81 Mrs. Douglas MacDonald
Mr. 81 Mrs. Alvin T. French
Mr. 8. Mrs. George R. Collins
Mr. 84 Mrs. M. D. Buchanan
Mr. 8. Mrs. Robert C. Flucker
Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles H. Slowey
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"lf ls Greal' 'lo Be Greai,
Bul lf ls Grealer io Be Human." R' ""
"The Only Way 'lo Compel Men To ...M
Spealr Good of Us ls 'l'o Do H." ,,.
-yohake c H s u sz Y a. w z s c o.
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Besf wishes fo lhe Class of l956 4, 1: 1
Tewlcsbury High School
LOWELL'S ONLY LARGE STORE DEVOTED
MELVIN G. ROGERS
Class of l896 "Six+y Years Ago"
COURY'S T. V. AMERICAN AUTO SEAT COVER
JAMES 81 COMPANY JOSEPH J. FOLEY
SHWARTZ SHOE STORE M. L. SHEEHAN
Miss Rita E. Sullivan
Miss Marie P. Butler
Mr. 8: Mrs. Salvatore J. Basile
Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter Deputat 31 Family
Fairgrieve Sr Company
Mr. 8. Mrs. Stanley V. Suchodolski
Miss M. Claire Murray
Miss Jeanette Brattin
Mr. 84 Mrs. Daniel Kelly
Mr. 8. Mrs. Louis Tremblay 81 Family
Mr. Sr Mrs. Bernard H. Marion
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Campbell
Mr. 81 Mrs. Anibal J. Oliver 34 Family
Mrs. Ella Marshall
Joseph F.. Bastable
Andrew J. Kohanski
Raymond P. Bates
Joseph A. Camara
Charles Hazel 81 Family
John J. Madden Jr.
Mrs. Etta Lapniewski
Nlr. 81 Mrs. William Quinn
Nlr. 81 Mrs. Robert Edgecomb 81 Family
Mrs. Ethel Anderson
Mrs. Leslie Collins
Mr. 81 Mrs. Lawrence McGowan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Sheehan Sz I'am1lx
Mr. Sr Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. Sr Mrs.
William E. Kane
es Sz Family
David D. Doiron
Best Wishes to the Closs of '56
H. L. FARMER 81 SON
I6 Lee Sfreel, Tewlcsbury, Massachusel-Is
H. LOUIS FARMER
H. LOUIS FARMER. SR.
FRANK H. WHEELER
The Blue Moon
685 Princelon Boulevard
GL 3-73l I
Fine Food and Enlerlainmenl
John J. Madden
WIRING FOR LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER
The Lowell Gas Company
Lo renwood Motors, Inc.
sau. AND TELEPHONE wokx Tewlusbury, Massachusefls
Esfimaies Given UL-IZI46 BEAR AUNEMENT
47 Algonquin Drive Tewisbury, Ma
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
Best Wishes to the Class at 1956
WAMESIT DRIVE-IN THEATER
MAIN STREET ROUTE 38
SPALDING, QUA, AND HALL
Lowel I, Massachusetts
Best ot Luck to
the Class of '56
When buying dairy products, why not consider a local
dairy, selling milk raised on Tewksbury farrns.
Over 60 Yea rs at Service
North Billerica Road
Telephone 28894 - 34734
RELIABLE . . .
R 0 B E R T S 0 N 'S
FURNITURE IN ALL PRICE RANGES
Best Wishes for the Success of the i956
Class of Tewksbury High School
F. I. CARTER 81 SONS
E. A. WILSON COMPANY
Fuel Oil and 24 l-lour Service
Serving Greater Lowell
Telephone GLenview 4784i
P. T. .
Tewksbu ry Cleaners
Telephone UL l-7449
The One and Only
F 8- E Baily and Sons
l I5 Years Lowell's Leading
Prescriplion Drug Sfore
79 Merrimaclr Sfree? Lowell, Mass.
O. N. Blanchard
- also -
For All Occasions
Tel. GL 2-l282
Telephone UL l-7l7l
854 Main Street
Tewksbu ry, Mass.
You can always make
a deal with Tunney"
200 Main Street
TUNNEY, Manager Tel. Ol 8-2024
MORE people save
MORE money on
at POLl.ARDSl l l l
The Store With More
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