Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH)

 - Class of 1951

Page 1 of 132

 

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1951 Edition, Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1951 volume:

f- Ma 'r- . - . I - -in n ,s W . ,Q 'E wh N- . r y x-- .. -- W x " , I N n .. N N I-xi-1 1'-.., .K 1- , . -- .cX!" . 4 in .rw '-'. '...' " , ,.,,-...Q-,..', ,, .--7 .am A- L . . , Q , 'N - J ' .' V I .. bf-3' .he X .. -S. V . IJ.. -3.9, . .JH 'C' ,vw . ,.:g.,,s ,ig-gf ,Q F . .. V 9'-'U W, 5,1 sk " " -:"F 2- Q- .h 5 ,xy -nf-.,,-111 At: .. . ..- 'A' Us ' ' . A . 1 A K 5 ' 3 ' - inf' s' ' .' . .51 , 0 - - I fhkigd ' -, 1 f . . 2 ix F . 'F s ,-Q 'x .. .el ' ' Kei 1 5 - . 5 , - , ,, - 05- , s , . ' ' 'f 1 . . 95 ' ' .0 A' -' r' . 4. . .1 . f, 0 al." I fi lg U - .ag . fl ul ' U - 1 , 4 I . , ag' . 4 . -2-' -. ' - 4 '.-A - L . " 'W Q L ,, - . . M 5, , 34 ,. 1 'I L '.,.- f ,grip I j , V . . - H , - - .... , .. , ,, --,:g:.+?'4-ffbm -' ..1:f2:H11' L, ' - ' - A , - - --- Q . , .,-'K' -, -WIA ,g .x- ,Q '...-K- """-..-'- . , 11,211 :., yfvpg- "fy -f. ,f A , J -'- ffgs-f 'S iflef.-fax. - 11.2 - .msg - My -:KW , ,,,:J'k5i, ,r-1,.,,W-Q H?-'iii' Lff"?5f3gs '- 'iv fi' jg' ,'92f'?'f- ,b 1' -fQayk.s-f3,1 , 1-aw X11. ' 44 ,--L'-ies , ,., ,,.-+- wg., ,A es., . 1: . A sr K ,. 'fin - - 1, 'fav-:Sf Q .. ' W "- -1G11-HQFQX W - .' .-Qniffi'-si,r ,lg . 51 - , 1 M g ,H wy . .1 +d, 2 'ii: ,:?is:g:1.' u. ?Exi Q - is .u. - .f 5' ' I - A.. , - V ',r,s.- N 2 1' 'fu S- X r 1 N 5 X r l . 'a .. . , A ,FMA I Q5 ,M , , Kg 'Km 5 ' -lhi , .14 ' n', su- Q.A "' 1Ifg'4'4. ' 3. i 'Wi-ii 32 'Q N U A Q, ,mlm-. 3 ' -wg . Z ,f .-R K 3752 S' ., f Q 'Q"V 'Qi' 4 ,.f' -.,' P I ',' iff uffg ' ,Q Q 4 A A Arg! ' M . . 5 ragi lgijj, ,If m,,, gg ' Fi TX? ,ff. ., A: I ,lg 'f syn 58 ig' 33 M , K if' Q is- , A 2 ,f1'sZ f , 1 Q ' aff f F?" 5+ V e F 7 f, ff 1 IE Li ,1 54 if ' E 1 1 45 . Q K xnx- , :,'sX':. 4 I ,gf 4' I W, xa 9 5? we 1 1+ ' f -LW 2 D x """ .M L 2!flT'QgfEx :gk ' 1 -sa if F Q" L fx Q 1 S' Maxi? B. . .5- T if Q.: N A gf -1. wx, .mg Ai? c,ixvM.., , is , X, 5 'ss E If c SA 33? 55 ?:'f 9-Q I 'ifigv x an , wi ,Sgazxr 4 wwf- 6 ,. A 3?- S3 ,L rg W gn , gr" 4 4 Nt 7 Y 'iff . ji 9359? For inspiration and service, we express our appreciation of one who has become so much a part of Tilton. Through his teach- ing of Physics and as Housemaster of Knowles Hall, he has earned our sincere respect. His readiness in understanding student prob- lems, his patience and sympathy, coupled with a true sense of humor, has enriched the life of each one of us. As a sign of our affection and esteem, we, the class of 1951, are proud to dedicate this Tower to Myron Berry. :XJ f SRX . Wt K X X Ky. A 1 X , .,... X X XV Q, XX wg. -W :Qqgsf jig Q ai wi L. X 1 X Lx X. L 2 X X 5 We 1 UW VL X S ig 5X ae- S Q. 'Y Q ' ,g xii? , gi I i fig 1? EQ . 2 Sf ,z2 ,,, H, K i 4.- Lfm gf, 5 3 i my , .atm 4 giww 1 Si S -Q W f MW uw, T. ...QW N-,Q 3 - Lx .4 gig. K QWA ,I Q , X133 Q . 1 5" in Qu 1 55 .. ,.W., !, 1 iw :eff 'Q ' 1 4 raw.-1 fig 'gn' MK, K rf- 4 NJN! sf' ' '55 3 ITE 5 - , I ,,, Mg., P' ,wi ff 2 fin Q .1 Q5 A as x ef .4 1 --fy M - ' s 9' ' I L .A ',,M,.- ,fl J .5 J 1 .af qvvfm.. if - fniiiif " an -- ,zz f,,4rk'L r m 4 K ' -'fi ,Z '- . fr,,4,.-I-v"M F: 5559 4--f'9'pn,,,,S,-Lgfvff. :Vu n,f,fK-i'v"Z"?,,5,,5,..- mm ,N xv' Sl 'ffiy-wwf", 141-:gk ' ,,,,:4w"H3 .Y Q 1'-f'.."g ff . ,. - Q ew. ..Li , . W- s L " ,Jw , f 1"'g My ,V4,.w,.-,ww-Mk .f ,,.1J..wwf""" "" , ,, ...sgwg-a5fK"' T' , ivy ' M, Qmfaw-f P' -a .l?ffw3- J. J if -221-wivff A if, f MASQ!-1 Y. Y mv ' J . ..,5,f... . J A , M Q ,.,,,. .5 ,Q M F' ... -4- , " A .M Q 55. unnuuauzxmznes CONTENTS Dedication . Contents . Views . . . Administration . Faculty . . . Seniors . . . Superlatives . Underclassmen . Activities . . Sports . . Features . . Alma Mater . Directory . . Advertising . - 115 From tbe Editor Dear Classmates, Throughout the year the Tower staff has been working hard to publish this annual. We hope that you will enjoy it as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you. The staff and I have tried to give you a concise picture of the school year, together with both activities and sports. We would like to thank everyone who made this book a reality, putting emphasis on Poblenz Studios and Evans Printing Company for their exacting work. The staff also would like to thank Mr. Robert Selvin for his immense interest and help. I hope this Tower will aid you in remembering the pleasant memories of Tilton School for many years. Sincerely H1 ,, Q 'Tr ss S yi ISSNK 9' SH01 Ns 44. 4 The past is the tradition of the presentg the present therefore is the tradition of the future Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair This thou perceivest, which makes thy love more strong To love that Well which thou must leave ere long. Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful "mold, unhappy, farfoff things And battles long ago." It's all in the Way you play the game Experience is the best schoog but a good school is a great experience ff!! f Wf 1 if ff , TRUSTEES Adolphus Linfield, A.B., President Rodney A. Grimm, lst Vice President Enoch D. Fuller, A.B., 2nd Vice President Addie E. Towne, A.B., Secretary Charles E. Smith, Treasurer Harwood I.. Childs, Ph.D. J. Rolland Crompton, A.B., B.D., D.D. Arthur Erholm Ralph H. George john Gowdy, D.D., LL.D. James A. Hamilton, A.M. John V. Hanna Marston Heard, A.B. Chester J. LaRoche, A. B. Ralph D. Leonard, M.D. George C. Lincoln john W. Lord, D. D., LL.D. Fortunat E. Normandin, LL.B. John A. Pattee, S. B. Theodore F. Plimpton, A.B. Robert T. Russell, LL.B. Charles F. Sanborn, M.D. Huntley N. Spaulding, LL.D. John A. Terrill Franklin, New Hampshire Franklin, New Hampshire Manchester, New Hampshire Franklin, New Hampshire Tilton, New Hampshire Princeton, New jersey Tilton, New Hampshire Tilton, New Hampshire Hopkinton, New Hampshire Winter Park, Florida Minneapolis, Minnesota Concord, New Hampshire Manchester, New Hampshire Southport, Connecticut Melrose, Massachusetts Manchester, New Hampshire Newton, Massachusetts Laconia, New Hampshire New York, New York East Chicago, Indiana Melrose, Masachusetts Los Angeles, California Rochester, New York Concord, New Hampshire It is a high privilege to be able to represent the Tilton School as its Head- master in extending best wishes to the class of 1951. For more than a century groups of boys and girls have gone out from the halls of this school to College and University and ultimately to take their places in the varied walks of life. On the alumni rolls of today will be found the names of many who have achieved success and some who have achieved greatness. Our Alumni record would do credit to any school. The class of this year goes out into a very uncertain world. No one would dare prophesy too much about the future. Confusion is the dominant note of our day, World conflict threatens to break out again into world war. Able bodied boys will be called into the armed forces and it is difficult for young people to plan. - It is sincerely hoped that Tilton has given each member of this class some preparation for the facing of this kind of world. Such preparation includes not only knowledge of facts and skill in learning but also the development of certain spiritual powers which gave, us confidence in the midst of uncertainty. The best wishes of the Headmaster and his family go with you of this class. We wish you unlimited success. But above all we wish for you those high qualities of character which will make you men of whom your Alma Mater may be proud. The members of the graduating class of 1951 will wish to remember that our new physical education building is opened and dedicated this year. just a few days ago in re-reading Dr. Richard Cabot's famous book entitled, What Men Live By, I came again upon the following: "Let us abolish terms like physical culture, or mental training. To be concerned either with one's mind or one's body is a morbid practice." This statement from an eminent physician made me wonder if we were wise in erecting an elaborate and expensive physical education plant. Then I followed on and read, "We should be occupied with tasks that make us forget both mind and body in a higher union of both." It is now happening that doctors are not the only people disturbed by over em- phasis on one hobby or one pursuit. Even the sports writers seem to be disturbed about over emphasis on athletics. They need to be for they have been partly responsible for it. Our new building is not only for the training of the body. The boy who enters it in a gym suit should not check his mind or his spirit, or his courtesy else- where. He should bring his whole life and all his faculties and when he takes a shower after the games he will want to wash away what he has learned to be unwholesome in his life. Preparation for living in one world means training to live one whole life. This has often been done in a one-room school and in a one-building college. Let us beware that a wide spread campus and imposing scattered buildings do not make us scatter brained and divided personalities. We dedicate our new physical education building at Tilton School to the cultivation of the healthy, wholesome, helpful virtues of Christian manhood. The members of the class of 1951 will all want to dedicate their lives to this worthy objective. 6564, n Fred A. Smart Secretary of Faculty X Karl B. Dearborn MYWU E- Berry Dean and Registrar H ouse Master Paul Dixon Director of Lower School Leona G. Berry Emma F. Sanborn Librarian Asst. Treasurer Jessie B. Shaw Nurse in Residence Alton Sawin Jr. Director of Atbletics Elsie Beaumont H ousekeeper Roy A. jordan Superintendent of Maintenance Martha Quinney Director of Dining Hall James C. Quinney Steward W i f 6 wxxx ...Afi- '- , . I EEL-E E"?,""' xxoy 4 1....: 5 3 J f"'f ' 4 -V j 'fn N fx , , x Q X V WI M f' U W I X Z I 6' ,fi-5 5' 5' F - 5 , T Q 1 1- -P Y 'K Q S' f , - X l,qV X rl :.,-'ff-"X -fA .f'f " y ' I f 1 L ' .-1i11u11-su- Percy F. Benedict, S.B., Ed.M. M.l.T., Boston University Myron E. Berry, A.B., A.M. Colby College, Boston University Grant V. Frazer, A.B. Haverford College Joseph M. Giannini, A.B., A.M. Boston University Paul J. Dixon, S.B., A.M. Univ. of N. H., Univ. of Maryland Robert Graham, S.B. University of New Hampshire john R. Gulnac, A.B. Union College jason W. Perkins, A.B., A.M. Dartmouth College, Middlebury .College Madison P. Jeffery, A.B. Tufts College john F. MacMorran, A.B. Bowdoin College Per Jan Ranhoff, A.B. Dartmouth, College, Univ. of New Hampshire Alton Sawin, Jr., A.B. Norwich University Robert B. Selvin, A.B. Wesleyan Univ., Kansas State Col., Fitchburg State Tchrs. Col., Univ. of Southern Cal. Univ. of N, H. Robinson Shepard, A.B. Harvard University Foster H. Slayton, S.B. Fred A. Smart, A.B., A.M. G. Robert Sten, A.B., A.M. Univ. of New Hampshire Bfown Univ-1 B0-mm Univ- Harvard University Harold Taylor, A.B. Yale University Herbert A. Zickler, A.B. Norwich University W AYNXRQRKNBXX xxmx' Q x 'mx' f I XT. XXX 1.-1. .,. .,..- " ""'.nea1,::.:g::g..-...-F v ' r"",.-.z:-L1., ... seg, :A N' -TLT? -1 " ,..."'-' .-f ,-r-evvg .. ,, V,,.- .., ,1-rg, ,,, :x ' ,w ,,1,,, - --EQ -4 --... , .. " . I"' f' 'Q g ,-W um ,paw W 1- .4: FZ "U: 1'-EM fm ff-' Q 'S z- 'W Q N. sw ua' H- o Q V5 m 1. - C x S 'F 4: N f wily 5' . F Z r ,Av ,,, M ' 5 F .-,rf A S N CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Ridgely KTreasurerJ, Knox fVice-Presidentl, Young CPre.videntD, Johnson W. fSecre- taryl JOHN ERNEST ADAMS "jack" 160 Old Billerica Rd., Bedford, Mass. V. Football I 41, Baseball I 41. Mr. Football . . . dish washer extraordinaire . . . one of the third floor terrors . . . New Hampshire U. bound . . . "I'll send the bill" . . . Phyllis. DONALD GOTTLAB ARMBRUST K !D0n!! 148 Edgewood Blvd., Providence 5, R. I. I. V. Football K3, 41, I- V. Hockey f3,4J, Golf Team f3,41, Glee Club f3,4J, Double Quartet I 41. Easy going . . . one of the gate keepers . . . always a smile . . . top football player . . . Wesleyan University . . . "That's the way the ball bounces" . . . Virginia. HENRY ALMONTE ill-Iankls 78 Oxford St., Cranston, R. I. V. Football f4J, Outing Club f4j. One of the Cranston boys . . . a friend to all . . . one of the seven walls of granite . . . heading for U.R.I .... or one of Uncle Samls graduates . . . "Take ol?" . . . another tray pushers. . JOEL RICHARD BLOOM "Dard0" 23 Cummings Rd., Brighton, Mass. J. V. Hockey MJ, Outing Club MJ. A representative from Muscle Beach . . . hates getting up in the morning . . . wants more weekends . . . "Bucky was right" . . . a top Lord . . . Northeastern and business .I . . friends with everyone . . . Toby. a DONALD ARSENAULT Q IDOI-li ! 54 Ash Ave., Cranston, R. I. V. Football 541, Outing Club fTrea.t. 42, Class Ring Committee K 41. Another mountain climber . . . great con- versationalist . . . liked by all . . . likes week- ends, women . . . "Very good" . . . Brown next . . . Marie. ERWIN BRILLIANT !lBri1!! N 29 W. Walnut St., Milford, Mass. Tennis 13,411 Dramatic Club C 41, Out- ing Club f3J, Tower MJ. Beet top . . . one of the racket men . . . Mershon's madness . . . loves Bloom's sing- ing . . . Alice on his mind . . . "How's the egg, Bert?" . . . Dentistry at Tufts. - '1' s, ,. 7 . i . ' is J Q3 ,. t XJ .N Nl Q QUENTIN ALAN BROWN UAF! South St., Halifax, Mass. J. V. Hockey MJ. Blond crewcut . . . strong silent type . . . cell mate: Hill . . . "Live and let live" . . . constructive . . . S.M.U. bound . . . ping pong ace . . . Barbara. GEORGE CONN "George" 275 Upham St., Melrose, Mass. Soccer f4l, V. Hockey 541, Outing Club HI, Debating Club HJ. Mighty might . . . soccer demon . . . one of Mrs. Quinney's tray boys . . . one of the second floor gentlemen . . . "You don't say" . . . Dartmouth and Jeanne. EDWARD JOHN CARLON, JR. QlEd,, 50 Blaisdell Rd., Medford, Mass. V. Basketball I-42. Tilton's Harry james . . . a menace to Pfeiffer . . . Alvin's roommate . . . aid to basketball team . . . isn't limping around now . . . We'll see mor of him someday. Z. E THOMAS ANTHONY COPPOLA, JR. HT. c." 161 Proctor Ave., Revere, Mass. V. Football MJ, Baseball I 41. De1's nemesis . . . corduroy jacket . . . brute force . . . B.C .... asleep in study hall . . . "Where are you now that I need you." mtmmmmm JAMES COOK, JR. "Rebel" Gladacres, Star Route, Bristol, N. H. I. V. Football f2,3,4J, I. V. Baseball f2,3,4l, Tower MJ, Outing Club MJ. Rebel from the North . . . still fighting the Civil War . . . Sat. night in Laconia . . . Duke and Colleen his choice . . . the Lord from 18 . . . first left-handed dentist . . . "I wish I was in Dixie." LAWRENCE LOUIS COPPONI Qildarryii 8 Lorette St., West Roxbury, Mass. V. Football f4j, Hockey MJ. Hey Pop, look! Fuss . . . a ping pong champ . . . Adams has his number . . . Northeastern and then construction work . . . Mary. DALE DAWSON CRANDALI. "Del" Call Street, North Billerica, Mass. V. Football I 41, V. Hockey I 41. Terror on ice . . . wields a mean tray . . . T. C.'s roomy . . . "Where are you now that I need you" . . . steering for U.N.H. . . . scrappy as they come. DONALD MURRAY DICKSON IYDOHD9 Colebrook, New Hampshire Outing Club f4I. Easy going . . . goes for the girls . . . able to take responsibility . . . loves Ridgely's ukulele . . . another skiier . . . Bowdoin . . . Marilyn. ALAN CREEM "Chief" 17 Richmond Rd., Newton, Mass. Tennis f3,4J, Tiltonian f41. The Lord . . . gives Boren a hard time with the paddles . . . Doc is his case . . . gives Mr. G. a hard time . . . headed for Miami U. . . . "Shad-Up." 1wwai4a,:muamnmsvmsa1af: ,Ti - ANTHONY JIMMY DiSALVO "Pasqual" 453 Malden St., Revere, Mass. LV. Football f4j, V. Hockey C4J. Master of the blades . . . mighty mite . . . personality plus . . . would make a good politician . . . one of Mrs. Q's boys. JOHN FRANCIS DIGNAM !QDeg,! 19 Birch St., Lawrence, Mass. Hates to go to English . . . loves sports . . . Holy Cross's big chance . . . heart belongs to Barbara. m 1mmm,aw WILLIAM PAUL DREISEL "Bill" 6 Cornish St. Ext., Methuen, Mass. Always good for a laugh . . . dapper Dan . . . keeps third floor Pfeiffer buzzing . . . will make great name for himself . . . the joke is always on us. ERNEST MILLWARD FELL, JR. "Ernie" 68 Bigelow St., Fall River, Mass. Double Quartet f-11, Messiah, Tower f3,4J, Tennis. Tilton's gift to diplomatic service . . . pass me an empty plate . . . "Bought two papers today, Mr. Berry" . . . two miles for a Ches- terfield . . . lst West powder room presi- dent . . . Colby . . . "Is it time to get up?" MICHAEL FLUDDER "Fludds" 33 Mann Ave., Newport, R. I. V. Basketball I-11, Outing Club. Tilton's Harry james . . . specializes in dirty dishes . . . 8 ball in the side . . . loves wine, women, song, and sneaky teachers . . . H. C.'s second Cousy . . . "Who's got a butt"? . . . Mary. NASON WITHERWELL FESSENDEN, JR. "Fessie" Townsend Rd., Brookline, N. H. Outing Club f4J. Pepsodent smile . . . baseball his sport . . . Ronnie's roomie . . . "Dang it" . . . candidate for U.N.H .... also has sights on Merilyn. mmssmQtrs.,ms1waus1s2. CLEMENT ALVIN FORTE ficlemii 55 S. Main St., Fair Haven, Vt. V. Football 542. Grinding gridster . . . made up the oiseau . . . hash slinger . . . muscles beach man . . . lst Hoor menace . . . joining his brother at St. Mike's . . . trouble is his trouble. WILLIAM FREDERICK FLYNN "Bill" 99 Bloomfield St., Dorchester, Mass. I.V. Football C 41. Always looks sleepy . . . making breakfast a struggle . . . left arm still sore from Mr. Selvin's jabs . . . grinding gridster. DEAN EMMETT FOUNTAIN 1 ! 135 Water St., Exeter, N. H. I. V. Football f2,3,4l, Ski Team f3,41, Track f 31. A wizard on the hickories . . . got a Ford . . . used to have a Model A . . . another can- didate for U.N.H .... "Jumping cat fish" . . . Joan. ALVIN FREEDMAN ! RAI 9 I 231 Callender St., Dorchester, Mass. What a spin on the ball . . . loves women, girls, young ladies, and other females . . . likes lights out at 10:10 . . . "Don't tell me, I know" . . . Dartmouth is his choice, Flo next. JOHN DAVID GIGNAC Q Qjackil 94 North Main St., Franklin, N. H. Reserve Baseball I2,3J, Reserve Basket- ball C311 Tiltonian MJ, Outing Club I-11, Tower f4j. A prize for Tilton . . . one of the brighter boys . . . always seen driving a red car . . . always lending a helping hand . . . engin- eering . . . good things come in small pack- ages. DONALD JON ES FREEMAN "Ducky" 1727 You St., N. W., Washington, D.C. I. V. Football, J. V. Basketball. Washington Chamber of Commerce . . . sparkplug for Mr. Gulnac . . . speedboat champ . . . likes a little fuzzy beard . . . mustache too. EUGENE NORTON GOLODETZ "Gene" 156 Dartmouth St., Portland, Maine Soccer f2,3J, Glee Club f2,31, Outing Club, Skiing, Tower I 21, Business Man- ager I 31. Lower School B.T.O .... loves uestion- fl naires . . . Clarkson bound . . . big problem car's storage . . . equestrian . . . "Why?" . . Dottie. LAWRENCE GLAZER I KLa! Y 25 West 54th St.,.N. Y. C., N. Y. V. Football C3,4J, Captain MJ, Track f2J, V. Hockey f3,4J, I. V. Baseball BJ, I. V. Football C 21, Student Council MI. Terrific athlete . . . mauler from Manhattan . . . corn husking at Nebraska U .... grind- ing gridster, daring defenseman . . . "Wise up or I'll ruin ya." PETER LANE GRANT Q lpetel P Y 1981 Carman Ct., Merrick, L. I., N. Y. Soccer f3,41, Tennis f1,2,3, capt. 41, Tower f1,2,3,4 Editorj, Outing Club f3,4J, Class President IZJ, Student Council f2,41. Mr. Editor . . . letter a day man . . . Seames shadow . . . 4 year man . . . Loves French . . . M.D. at johns Hopkins . . . "I guess so if you say so" . . . always tied down . . . only 60 more days . . . Shirley. VERNON SYLVESTER GREEN "Verne" 1816 S. Street, N. W. Washington, D. C. V. Basketball I 41, V. Track, J. V. Foot- ball 142. Loves ghosts in white sheets . . . Author of "Modern America" . . . "But Mrs. Shaw, I was too sick for church, Sunday" . . . "None of your business" . . . Syracuse U. DAVID WAYNE HALVORSEN "Dave" 44 Tallman Ave., Cranston, R. I. V. Hockey MJ, Outing Club HJ. Easy going . . . a wall of steel in front of the cage . . . always sleepy . . . wheels a tray . . . one of the Cranston flock . . . likes all sports . . . Brown. l l ALAN CHESTER HALPERN NAI!! 73 Hamilton Ave., Haverhill, Mass. V. Football Mgr. MJ, V. Basketball Mgr. f4l, V. Baseball Mgr. f3j. Calm and quiet . . . gives a helping hand to all teams . . . black sheep of third floor Pfeiffer . . . hits the hooks . . . Dartmouth. .Iv N V 4 I A!,.,x1.f Am' iii' L if " gg ii, 'Er I X. VA D , ., b E If LLM 'LL .ET Q :A i Nrlflgxxx 'm vfitslx ,it 4 .-n,:xMix3.1l-.f.f - sw!! .1 I' ffl, I . , 9 X ,P 1, Q li ji , ,gl ...Il xi 2 ,L 1 f. w 3,-5 0 lk 55 PHILLIP STEPHEN HAMEL l i 1 48 Upland St., Haverhill, Mass. V. Soccer MJ, Outing Club MJ, Glee Club MJ. Practical joker with Frank . . . John's broth- er . . . Dreise1's cell mate . . . wine, women and song . . . great outdoorsman . . . time to kill. . . Marilyn. JOHN STENNER HAMEL ."Jack,' 48 Upland Ave., Haverhill, Mass. Outing Club f4j. Suave, silent . . . Phil's brother . . . always ready with a quick answer . . . affable . . . counting the days till vacation . . . Bryant. LEO JOSEPH HARRINGTON "Leo" 69 Clark Ave., Chelsea, Massachusetts V. Basketball C 41. Holfman's understudy . . . likes 'em not sultry and sophisticated . . . U.N.H. or H.C. . . . true Irish temper . . . "You know what I mean." CARLIN MICHAEL HARRIS !!Lefty7l 392 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass. V. Basketball 541, Baseball I-12, V. Soc- Cer!-11, Tiltonian C41. One of the boys . . . McKinnon's shadow . . . energetic and electric on the court . . . gets Grosse's goat . . . headed for Brown . . . Nancy. HAROLD HERMAN HENN, JR. 39 Euston Ave., Cranston, R. I. I. V. Football HJ, V. Hockey C 41, Out- ing Club f4J. Resigned and self reliant . . . sturdy tray pusher . . . keeps his blades sharpened . . . "Very Good" . . . Pet peeve: "kitchen ad- ministrator" . . . R.I. State. ROBERT WILLARD HICKS HBOS! High Street, Canaan, N. H. Football I-42, Baseball, Glee Club, Dou- ble Quartet. Orphans hated him . . . always neat . . . Barbara loves those curly black locks . . . hunter and fisherman . . . Pet peeve: getting room messed up . . . U.N.H .... "You know how it is." RALPH HOFFMAN "Ralph" 170 Garden St., Cranston, R. I. V. Basketball I 41. Leo's basketball teacher . . . future R.I.S. all American . . . brainy with a broom . . . "He's a dandy" . . . finally nabbed at Pops-11 P.M. . . . Bessie. ww JOHN HENRY HILL, JR. "Jack" 490 Harvard Ave., Stratford, Conn. Glee Club C 41, Outing Club K 41. Mischievous . . . "wish I were home in Conn." . . . pin ball king . . . drug store cowboy . . . "I got news for you." JOHN FRANKLIN IRWIN !!Buz9 Y Box 36, Cornish Flat, N. H. Soccer, Skinning I-11, Track, Dmmatics, Outing Club, Tower. Orphans loved him . . . city slicker . . . used to have a car . . . Peeve: only 2 glasses of milk a day . . . rated extra 10 day holiday . . . class comedian . . . "judas Priest" . . . Beverly. WALTER ROLLINS JOHNSON "Walt" 118 Harrington Ave., Rutland, Vt. V. Football I-11, Skiing, Track, Outing ' Club. Another mountain climber . . . girls love that blonde wavy-hair, esp. Kitty . . . liked by all . . . wilds of Middlebury . . . "Hi there big boy." HARRY ERSKINE JONES, JR. "Jonesie" Alton Bay, New Hampshire Ski Team I 41. Steady plugger and shrewd thinker . . . drinks coke from gold cups . . . excellent skier . . . enjoys Robb and Savage's com- pany . . . Boston U .... Rita. RICHARD HALL JOHNSTON, III lljohnnyl D 542 St. Marks Ave., Westheld, N. J. V. Football 541, V. Hockey C-41, Base- ballg Tiltonian Sports Editor, Double Quartet. Two rabbits for Hank, none for me . . true team spirit . . . book worm . . . Prince- ton's prize . . . keeps Jimmy awake . . "Get out of my room, Guy" . . . Joan Lee ROBERT EVERETT KIMBALL Q lB0b! I 25 Lynde St., Malden, Mass. Outing Club I-42, Glee Club MJ. Heads the honor list . . . Hash with a flash- bulb . . . plays a violin . . . jack of all trades . . . likes English homework . . . M.I.T. . . . Priscilla. mmwmsmmf HOWARD NEIL KEACH, JR. "Howie" Colebrook, N. H. Outing Club. Two months for a tasteless weed . . . letter a day man . . . hunts and fishes . . . favorite date - Dec. 7 . . . "Who is the most hand- some man here? And why am I?" Tilton's Al jolson . . . U.N.H .... Lois. VINCENT CHARLES KNOX "Chick" 222 Pontiac Ave., Cranston, R. I. V. Football f 41, .l. V. Basketball. Another from Cranston . . . comedian . . . hunter and sleeper . . . mischievous . . . gonna help Hoffman at R.I.S. . "What am I doing here?" PAUL LOUIS LACHANCE "Lach" 201 High St., Somersworth, N. H. Hockey Mgr., Dramatic Club C 41. Master of the 88's . . . Young's date at Fall dance . . . Peeve: Mrs. Q .... Bound for U.N.H .... "Very good" . . . Barbara. ROBERT BRUCE LEARMONTH K Q D 204 Elm St., W. Concord, Mass. V. Football HJ, V. Hockey K-11, Track, Double Quartet. Wine, women, and more women . . . takes up width of hockey cage . . . U.N.H. Peeve: Mrs. Q .... should be treated like we're 20, not 13 . . . "Bloody Sullivan" . . . Virginia. GILBERT ALLEBAUGH LAMB "Gil" 12 Keith Ave., Cranston, R. I. Football, V. Hockey C 41, Outing Club. Still another from Cranston . . . daring de- fenseman, helps Larry . . . Peeve: certain kitchen authority . . . R.I.S .... "You mag- got" . . . Phyllis. JOHN PETER MCCURDY !!JOhn!! 50 School St., Lubec, Maine Ski Team MJ, Outing Club C4J. Smiling and self-confident . . . has some- thing on Jack Benny . . . has wreck car lot . . . much on the ball . . . "Will it go over 100?" . . . "All I want for Xmas is my two front teeth" . . . Bowdoin . . . Dolly. -mmnfvtsmm RICHARD NORMAN MACK "Dick" 45 Myrtle Sr., Claremont, N. H. 1. V. Football 642, Skiing I-42. Always joking . . . blond crewcut . . . one of the two Claremont bums . . . interested in more vacations . . . "That's for the birds" . . . hopes set high for Middlebury . . . Lois. PAUL AMBROSE MCGINLEY "Whitey" 1234 Fellsway, Malden, Mass. Zi, Soccer HJ, V. Hockey HJ, Baseball Soccer demon . . . a flash on the skates . . . liked by all . . . "Don't put off till tomorrow, what can be done today" . . . hashslinger . . . sure success at U.N.H .... Pat. EDWARD A. MCKINN ON !!Ed7! 8 Austin St., Charlestown, Mass. V. Soccer I 41, V. Basketball f-11, Tilton- ian I-11, Student Council I-12. Quiet . . . never cracked a smile . . . great hoopster . . . all legs soccer player . . . "Fix me up" . . . University of Notre Dame . . . joker . . . wakes up at noon . . . Alice. BERT WHITMAN MILLS "Bert" R.F.D. 1, Derry, New Hampshire I. V. Basketball I-U, Tiltonirm HJ, Outing Club f-U, Debating Club I-12. Quiet and cheerful . . . one of the bashful kind . . . tireless worker . . . rough and ready basketball player . . . one of the Lords . . . Dartmouth . . . Claire. HERBERT BARTON MERSHON "Hehe" 11 Columbus Ave., Haverhill, Mass. Outing Club C 31, President I-H, Dm- matic Club UI, Tower I3,-41. Salt in sugar bowls? . . . builds antique car models . . . Peeve: Mr. Frazer's "C's" . . . Karnival Kid . . . "What do you think of the garbage situation in Russia?" . . . Tufts loss, our gain . . . Arline. RICHARD DELBERT MORSE "Dick" 67 Girard St., Laconia, N. H. Man of few words . . . calm and quiet . . . ping pong whiz . . . "The best things in life are green kangaroos" . . . great guns at U.N.H .... We'll see more of him . . . Barbara. EDWIN FERGUSON MITCHELL, JR. "Mitch" 312 Aldrich Rd., Portsmouth, N. H. J. V. Football MJ. Easy going . . . teamed up with Prolman . . . all around joe . . . headed U.N.H. way . . . speech is silver, but silence is golden . . . sparkplug for Gulnac men. JOSEPH PAUL NAPOLITANO "Nape" 270 Malden St., Revere, Mass. V. Football I 41, V. Basketball I-12. Seven letters a day . . . taught Shore boxing . . . Peeve: too short vacations to see Barbara . . . B.C. bound . . . "How about that" . . . never saw him in a white shirt . . . DONALD EASTMAN OGLESBY ttogeen 163 Bluff Ave., Cranston, R. I. V. Football C 41, Outing Club I 41. Still another from you know where . . . Fred Astaire . . . Now's the time for all good men to come to the aid of their coun- try . . . Peeve: Cracks in my floor . . . "Jamie, jeifie - to bed" . . . prefers Brown - non khaki kind . . . jean. FREDERICK MORTEN PALMER !!Ted!l 99 Traincroft Rd., Medford, Mass. Hockey, Debating Club. Knows where to hide in town when on cam- pus . . . wolf . . . Peeve: girls under 20 fEd. note - anyone over 125 . . . Harvard . . . "Who told you" . . . Pat. 17 'C 1 lf- nm- ... ..-ff 4 fxq, W . U' " QCA , 'F sl surf l " - Y, I I I I EDWARD FRANCIS OTEARY, JR. "Eddie" 1271 Highland Sr., Holliston, Mass. V. Football I 41 Hockey, Outing Club. Slow waiter-head waiter . . . likes skiing, horseback riding, dairying . . . Peeve: im- possible favors . . . U. of Pa .... "I got a raw deal" . . . Rita. mae FRANCISCO PEDRAZA DUENAS "Frank" Avenlda 33 No. 13-A-96, Bogota, Colombia V. Soccer C41. Dashing Caballero . . . Prado's sidekick . . . excels in ping-pong . . . Peeve: getting up early . . . would siesta all day - does in class . . . Cornell candidate . . . "Everything hap- pens to me" . . . Cecilia. WESTON HENRY PALMER, JR. Q Q D 5 141 Wakeheld St., Rochester, N. H. Quiet, sociable . . . always looking for his clock . . . low slung and lively . . . hopes for M.I.T .... " 'Course you do" . . . hear belong to Lorraine. GEORGE EARLE PIPER upipn 27 Ashuelot St., Winchester, N. H. V. Football C41, Outing Club. Long weekends . . . siestas from 9-10 daily . . . likes eating and hunting . . . Peeve: Sal . . . R.I.S. or B.U. bound . . . rugged grid- man . . . "How's tricks" . . . P.D's boy. LUIS GUILLERMO PRADO D'LUCAS "Louie" Este 14 No. 41, Caracas, Venezuela. V. Soccer I-12, Outing Club. Would like to know a cheap auto repair man . . . dark and daring . . . muchacha chaser . . . Peeve: going to breakfast . . . "How is your sister?" . . . steering for Clark- son . . . Teresita. GILBERT PRAWER "Gil" 55 Oliver St., Bath, Maine Outing Club MJ. Silent genius . . . Pet peeve: "Bloom's singing" . . . likes to go swimming with the girls . . . "Don't tell me your troubles" . . . Boston University and business . . . Barbara. 1 EARL STEPHEN PROLMAN QlEar1YY 374 Main St., Lewiston, Maine I. V. Football 13, capt. 41, I. V. Basket- ball f3,4J, Track f42, Student Council Pres. C 41, Junior Class Treas. C 31. Mr. President . . . chief jerk Qsodal . . . "Everything's crazy" . . . a friend of Mr. G's . . . one of the big four . . . candidate for Colby . . . Barb. REGINALD HEBER RIDGLEY III Q!Ridge,! .l. V. Football MJ, V. Basketball I 41. Bright and congenial . .- . backbone for J. V's . . . headed West . . . Virginia Military Institute . . . one of the roving kind . . . Patrice. JAMES JOSEPH REYNOLDS "Crusher" 7 Jackson St., Milford, Mass. Quiet, aggressive, determined . . . likes shaving and chemistry . . . "That is, how- ever, immaterial at the present moment" . . . steering for Tufts . . . Arlene. CHARLES GIFFORD ROBB "Chuck" 1370 Merrimack Ave., Dracut, Mass. Double Quartet, Outing Club, V. Foot- ball I 41, Dramatic Club. Santa Claus . . . radio announcer . . Q gets up in time for lunch, sometimes . . . likes music, dancing, singing . . . Peeve: breakfast CEd. note: never goes anyway! . . . "Yes!!" Emerson College . . . Velmar. ELLIOTT LOUIS ROBINSON "Robbie" 740 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford, Mass. outing Club my, Debafing Club 541. Collects Dear John letters . . . likes English . . . "Oh no" . . . collects many a record with Ed . . . Bryant or Bust . . . Mickey. ROBERT FRANCIS RUTLAND ' "Rut" 10 Riverside Ave., Bedford, Mass. V. Football I 41, Basketball 141. Rugged gridman . . . Mrs. Q's dishracker . . . late study hall nightowl . . . likes read- ing . . . B.U. or bust . . . Ravishing Rut . . . sights are on Jean. EDWARD JOHN ROSHOLT, JR. "Eddie" W. Main St., Tilton, N. H. Easy. going Ed . . personality plus . . . Mr. Mac likes his family . . . travels a long way to get here in the morning . . . dapper dancer. l awsuwfmmm.,wi,..::.m:a.m s EDWARD WILLIAM SAN EL, JR. C !D0c7 9 14 South St., Concord, N. H. J. V. Basketball C-41, Tiltonian. Perpetual pro-list . . . zoot suiter . . . fancy footwork on machines . . . boards at Pops . . . going to loaf at Miami U .... Peeve: Chief . . . best sport - pingpong . . . "Take fire." SALVATORE SACCOCCIA, JR. Qisalii 88 A Street, Cranston, R. I. V. Football MJ, Outing Club. Cranston again . . . Selective Service No. 00000001 . . . grinding gridster, daring de- fenseman . . . respected by all . . . sometime R.I.S .... Peeve: Pip . . . "What's you best bet?" . . . prefers P.E.P. EDWARD CRAWFORD SAVAGE "Ed", "Cabbage" ' 1 Marsh Road, Newbury, Mass. V. Football MJ, Outing Club, Skiing. Electrical wizard . . . my first shock . . . charged doorknob . . . likes hunting . . . underpaid Ford salesman fagrees with R.B.S.J . . . Peeve: Chief 8: Doc . . . "That's fer sure" . . . craves for Conrad 8: Shake- speare . . . Rudy. JOHN CRAWFORD SAVAGE "johnny" 1 Marsh Road, Newbury, Mass. V. Football I-41, Basketball Mgr., Out- ing Club. Which is which . . . does Ed or John have eco . . . umbrella bearer for Young and LaChance . . . "Bean head" . . . there is one too many of us . . . singing waiter . . . Norma. JAMES EDWARD SHEPARD !lShepY7 Tilton Rd., Tilton, N. H. V. Soccer f2,3,4J, K. Basketball f1,2J, R. Baseball f2,3j, Tiltonian f2,3,4 ed- itorj, Dramatic Club f3,4-B. Pres.j, Outing Club f1,4J, Debating Team f 41, Student Council f41. Genius at work . . . personality plus . key goal keeper . . . looks down on Freddy . . . most likely to succeed at Harvard . . . "Well, my brother said that -" . . . takes it straight Cbutterl . . . Mary's master. WAYNE TOZIER SEAMES h 1 :Waynes 7 55 Seames Drive, Manchester, N. H. V. Soccer K 3, 4, Capt.j, Track f3,4J, Tower f3,4J, Outing Club f3,4 Sec.j, Student Council f3,4 Treas-L Junior Class President. A big smile . . . four year man . . . always looking for 'fluorescent lights . . . "Do me a favor, Pete" . . . hopes for U.N.H. . . . personality plus. JEFFREY EDWARD SULLIVAN "Jeff" y 550 Locust St., Fall River, Mass. V. Football MJ, V. Basketball 642. Pug's problem . . . go away and let me sleep . . . sparkplug for Steve . . . kitchen police . . . sailing his hobby . . . steering for U.N.H. . . . "Drop dead" . . . Harriette. rsreeaateua ::ra.z at tate.- ALFRED JOSEPH SHORE "Alfie" 65 Esmond Street, Dorchester, Mass. V. Soccer C 41, Ski Team I 41, Tower I Bus. Mgr. 41, Outing Clztb 141, Debat- ing Club MJ, Dramatic Club MJ. Loves girls . . . master-mind for getting ads . . . Pet Peeve: "women" . . . Colby's loss, Tilton's gain . . . "Give me hard rock, thin air, and a rope" . . . grammatical genius . . . King of gripers. PHILIP HENRY SWAEBE "jitter" 29 Richardson Rd., Belmont, Mass. V. Soccer MJ, J. V. Basketball MJ, Tiltonian MJ, Outing Club f4J. Gorgeous George . . . guarder of the goal . . . Shep is his Waterloo . . . "Betty-Boo, I love you" . . . ace court man . . . hopes for U. of Vermont and Elizabeth Ann. RICHARD CROSBY SWAIN "Dick" 97 Farragut Rd., Swampscott, Mass. V. Soccer f4J. All around joe . . . soccer deamon . . . Lord with high hopes . . . never saw his face in his mirror . . . next stop: U. of Mass. . . . "Good for laughs" . . . Tilton's Daniel Boone. IRVIN G FRANCIS TUCKER Qllrvii 89 Phillip St., Methuen, Mass. Track f1,2,3,4j, I. V. Football f3,4j, Dramatic Club, Student Council, V. P. Student Councils of N. H., Outing Club, Tiltonian K 41, Tower f2,3J. The mail must go through Chowever slowl . . . partial to Shore's uppercut . . . Peeve: Trig with Mr. G .... flies over hurdles . . . "What's up gang?" . . . Grinnell . . . Alice. DAVID GAGE TOSHACH "Dave" 20 Rutherford Ave., Haverhill, Mass. V. Soccer MJ, J. V. Hockey MI, Tennis f3,4I, Glee Club HJ, Outing Club MJ, Debating Club I 41, Tiltonian I-41. Will always remember first few months . . . one of our racqueters . . . advertising after William and Mary . . . "That's the way the ball bounces" . . . Don's back-up man. GORDON KENNETH YOUNG !lGig,7 259 Warren St., Needham, Mass. V. Football I 41, Baseball, Tiltouian, Student Council, Outing Club, Double Quartet. Had beautiful date at Fall Dance . . . per- sonality plus . . . gorgeous Gig . . . camera bug . . . Godfrey's successor on uke . . . Peeve: Mrs. Q .... "What ye sow, so shall ye reap." smmn1nnmm:Q-mm ROBERT WALLACE WILKINSON "Wilkie" 83 High St., Laconia, N. H. Baseball Beats McCurdy in you know what . . . furniture fixer . . . jalopy GJ driver . . . wife does his English homework . . . Peeve: quizzes . . . "Holy Continental" . . . head- ing for U.N.H .... jean. FREDERIC HERBERT YUNGGEBAUER "Fred" 61 Lowell St., Andover, Mass. Electrical wizard . . . likes Franklin when on Pro . . . should get together with Leth- bridge Cchoo-chooh . . . linally found a room mate. 1 4 Q JOSEPH CHESTER ADAMS il-Ioeli 7 Durant St., Lawrence, Mass. J. V. Football C-U, Baseball f'4J. Mr. Ranhoff's buddy . . . always a come- back . . . one of the Lords . . . hates girls that are hard to get along with . . . lucky gain for Holy Cross . . . Ann . . . Lover of the higher arts. RALPH I.. GRASSO "Dribble" 51 Colburn St., Needham Heights, Mass. J. V. Hockey K-U, Debating Club C-U. Bright . . . studious . . . always a quiet room . . . honor student . . . love making bed every few hours . . . "I didn't do it" . . . candidate for Colby . . . a Romeo . . . Rosalie. JOHN EDWARD MCCARTHY !l i! 82 Cedar St., Framingham, Mass. V. Basketball f 41, Golf. Pole vaulter . . . can do anything but very modest?? . . . Contest of year: Mr. Sawin and I in golf match . . . likes sleep . . . Peeve: Having Fessy borrow his clothes back . . . B.C .... Casanova . . . "Not me" . . . K.B.D.'s star roomer. RUSSELL ALLEN MORSE "Russ" 77 Union Ave., Old Orchard Beach, Maine J. V. Football MJ. Dignified, dashing Russ . . . Laconia bound . . . "Check that" . . . loves oyster stew . . . "You're in the navy now" . . . wine, women and words . . . Maine Maritime Academy . . . Faye. JOHN RICHARD NIELSEN "Dick" Broadway, South Hanover, Mass. V. Soccer 641, V. Basketball C 41. Skyscraping hoopster . . . K.O.'d by muddy ball . . . plucks the strings . . . the big Dane . . . U. of Mass .... another Lord . . . "Wish I had more time" . . . Cynthia. ROBERT A. PERKINS "Perk" 46 Pond St, Marblehead, Mass. I. V. Football I 41, Outing Club. Loves the sack, esp. in study hall . . . cor- duroy coat . . . Peeve: Mrs. Q .... steering for Mass. State . . . "Whip-down bucket" . . . belongs to Barbara. ff NA X LAN! 'X x J A Wd gf Most Popular gs 'W , Class Cornecllan Best Athlete Most Handsome I fx T5 .K l b . k , I W W l ' "r l ' A 4 7 qwx K 4 , K K . A 1:5 1 . X ' N ' V73 tg:: l L ' ' I K7 Q I A ' 1 M V ,155 K f 7 ,,,., - e X X ' A "Y If 5 4, Q . qt' Z, wg f I 45 l 5 X sf ss ll 4 If X Z M S Y ,lll 1 .y. . Most Llkely to Succeed xx NX Ks QQ is 'wa 1X rf- 44 ai? 'ab j'4 Ov bWr A 117:14 ,Ag A ' V' lg 'J UC! W r I ' e71'4"'7f I QQUQI 7 I'4Qhf Blggest Wolf Best Dressed Most M1SCh1CVOUS -2 '+G i X V N LF- w - Q - .4 . ...:,,,,:. 1 W' i fill? .1:- ,.A::A 1 ' C 2 "W .,.., N f 2 Q "-' , fl-' X , ? f N, A N ' .Z g I ' ' I if . I 1 ' n X X l .-.Q ....... i Z... I -, ff 1 Q - 5 '- fa f ff - - , K .X 11 f .- Q i"-:- ,- ? 2? - f 'ein ff 5 , J I ,-44 . , , - ,4 , : , f Done Tilton for Most Brainiegc WV Ei f 5 p,iVim,T".'l:':'1-E i - '+wP?if"f '- J ' ' '-Q 534 ' "ff if X MW i P A ff NX A 113 Most Studious Most Sophisticated I-Kilim J all ,fix . ,. .. . , N ,k.. , .,... ,i., 1, .,.. ,,..1 ..... . 1 "-' ' f " '-f-' f ' ' ' .Q HQ" , Q 'ii fx L25 'X ' 1 LX LL LL L X X LH X LL XX 'X X X L Xqv 5 X ,M.Nii0LLq 15:11-5--:SW2"1'f:fmf2:fif?5mg:t:-11 - 'M --'- -------Wm-'..gL , ,ML X 1,L4L1w'Mf"' it? my gym iii: ,,, V... . . , Q L ,L LL A4 L X if -ii AX? L Lififfgba L-A - -X X ' ' 5 iii? ill ' 'L Xml-3214 LL fgzw- g.L LLL, L4 LL-A, vsZ,s3AggXsiS?-f L L -g L Y - - FLLLWQ 5 QS- L L L. LLL,-WX?-L L, - ' ' X L X X -- we ZX L X MLMSQ N L1 ' W Qwiw-LLLwLL,L, ML, x I R -L N' XXX'fr1-MQW--Nik X151 yy, -- , X L: ML fsf L X-il: X YZPGESLLQQXN Q L X' A X L S5?3fExf f kwigi-5? L L L L L X 1 L Lf L X X A L ' X f w X if L L LQ -X XX , 5 X nb ... Q-L w fa . .L .sr -QL11x.- X rx Q53 L :L K XX -1 XXfXa L 'W AX QLQQ L L isa 'V wi XX . V L Lf - L bL,L, .LQ3 Exp ,LM ,L - L,, f Q, ,LA . ESQ., gs , . LLM L -L 5 L L r L X L W KE? X M X XX L Q -. X A .... , L " L was X 4 X , - f 554 X - L ig' X LL 1 . ,.. L .X if -1 Mm L Jw Y if: X L ESQ? P X- S L N LX X' V f I K Q ? 3' P L- - A ' f S315 X L A LTL 1 fX rx if is 9' 1 ' X' X X S L55 X q " X L LL X L J L X X1 V 5 X2 ' 5. LL 5 Q X X A XF X- i L --'-1 ,L fi 1 1 L Y F . .- QE X L X - L LX I L - f L 2 m y X- L - - X N f f 1 X LL-4 ' w w -9 gf - ---- b .L L sa ,bw S xx an L L N X X L L ,L. xi X L ,AL e L sw L'f35n,+x 'wx L L L L --- - X L W L ' Q XXX Y V11 X ' ' 'F -6 '- 2L.,1Q pi LL '-sff x-,."S.:Fa'Qa'?' 'XPXXX K K 9 NX' Li ' ' L9 P95-7 Q' A X A L X I 23- . SYN - fl X tX-X 0 mf- f t f X f -' Em L X , L. , ' -ffX'NM L I g , , A 5 L55-sy LX I 15 Qwxegvl. L f L ' 'X LX L LL L .L 'X L X X sg -- - Q f ' . gg X if mw,JeLL , L -- f 2- X L X :ff w L - ,' X ww SL: X L ' 2 Q X , 3 L 1 K- 'X - X V Y A Yr L ,sf "tXmxLsf XXL . L, LL L L X L X y, X- x . 3 A Q 2 .g ww in E1 - L R Q -5 9 FQ, Qs. H fy sl- 2 , S ' L A - L M21 I P' 'T With six boys returning from the freshman class and sixteen new boys coming to Tilton, it is believed this is one of the largest sophomore classes in recent years. Joel Einstein of New York City was elected presidentg Benson Chertok of Laconia vice-president, Charles Jackson of Pittsburgh, Pa. secretary, and Donald Runkle of Glen Falls, N. Y. treasurer. No one can say that the sophomore sportsters sat on the bench most of the time. Well remembered by everyone will be such athletes as Kiernan, Gibbs, and Inman, varsity foot- ball, soccer, and hockey respectively. Other outstanding soph stars this fall were Charlie Adams, Harvey, and jackson, all on the J. V. football team with Dave Fisher as water- boy. On the basketball court were Chertok, Harvey, Runkle, and Huestis. Many are eagerly awaiting warm weather when they might try out for spring sports. Yes, we have been well represented in other aspects of school-life too as seen in clubs, organizations, the Honor List and the good old PRO List. In closing, we would like to welcome back Mr. MacMor- ran, who after a year's absence of graduate work at Boston University, has returned to the campus. We sincerely thank him for his help as our class adviser. We hope he will have many happy and prosperous years at Tilton. CLASS OFFICERS Standing: jackson, Runkle, Chertok, Sitting: Einstein KPres.J sophomores Top Row: Pinchesky, Inman, Kiernan, Bisson, Carry, Gibbs, Cohen M. L., Fisher D. K., Piper D., Greenwood R., Huestis, Eckert. Bottom Row: Marrow, Adams C., Harvey, Runkle, Einstein, Jackson, Chertok, Miller, Van Note. Standing: Rothfarb, Casten, Zschau, Gates, Batcheller, Leining, Sitting: Kinsman, Clarenbach, Rostau. freshmen CLASS OFFICERS Standing: Leining, Kinsman, bach CPres.J. Rostau. Sitting: Claren- The Freshman class made its usual fine school record in all fields of Tilton activity, and may look forward to its three remaining years of school life. Out of the nine who appeared in September, Richard Clarenbach was elected President, joel Rostau Vice President, Richard Leining secretary, and Ross Kins- man Treasurer. Richard Leining led the class scholastically, gaining high honors every marking period, and ranking very high on the list of the entire school. Herb Rothfarb and joel Rostau were leaders on another list! Although the Freshman class has little opportunity to excel in any particular sports, the lessons in sports- manship, conduct, and general school spirit learned throughout the year form a solid foundation for the richer years that follow. The Freshman class has by its close contact with the higher forms of the school been able to decide upon the paths that it will follow and the activities that it will participate in during future years. The members show fine characteristics of leader- ship and ability which will have the opportunity to grow in the next three years of Tilton life. Under the supervision of Mr. Paul Dixon, the twelve Lower School members are completing another successful year. All living on the third floor west of Knowles Hall, they have been active in sports and extra-curricular activi- ties of their own. During the winter season members of the Lower School took part in skiing, wrestling and reserve basketball. Peter Hooghkirk of Intervale, N. H., has been a great help to the ski squad. Berry Borell led the Lower School scholastically, with Glen McLenithan taking a close second. Eddie Weissman was the basketball mascot this year, and Lethbridge our otlicial railroad timetable. The Lower School boys feel that they can work well in the upper school because of their fine background in the lower forms. CLASS OFFICERS Weissman, Shapiro CP1-es.J, Hooghkirk, Borell the lower school Top Row: Weissman. Morgan, Shapiro, Phinney, Baker, Lethbridge, Yates. Middle: Golodetz E. N. KProctorJ Mr. Dixon, Harvey CProctorD Bottom: Grosse, McLenithan, Hooghkirk, Borell. ETF, S3 Wikis - if 'Vh W , :,:q, W gg h ' Nl g i-i ff, 55- 21352, K D J 9 'i Q99 M,,,Z:: f t W 'w3?514il A c ,Kg ..: N 7 Q A -x,..gvv ' 11 5 2 SM , M y is B , if 'S 'MWQBPM' 1 sv i' , sw? ,sf 5 5 .S , S., kg. i 131333375 K 'eww J . f2j'sffrsiEggQ K BN ,. 5? as , swf ' ,W .. iff ffsiazw . iw- - Af -5 .wk - ' .FT V " A . 1-waz, X 4' V-" 'Q-www" ' ,k,,,....q,...m..-.5 . M., , i -A -M-vxw, 5. . ., 4 -fl?T?'H N' N if 3 l K sa A is ,Wiz ,L ,X wx .1 ff 4? WWW X 'vw QW Pybxmillnq ,Nw a45?4WW-Lx ?zMN?wf' J M jkymm yu 5,9 ,vb Q 5f"'M W f 64, l,,, X I 5' fffkzw- '7 af" iii - " 6 I wmwwwq 7 , . WMXMX4 -- - A Q k .. ,.., . . fx Lg 1 K 3 , I -wi , .. . , W,.,...,,,, MW, A M I i X I ' . N X f .. 1 1 M :gi 5 k fi RL Nga .M ig mas- .fm -ax wyzm . s .A sigf w Q .. y D -Q X W pw .1-, M.: X- X 9: ex xx 1 5: S - Q - gym gg lf,-x.215SYW Fe 1 fsf-f'f?:5'-i :,-f.'-15554-3-X Pwaww-R.. -5 sy-Nffwfwvas rf. x ws :A wi ?MwwA wfffq - ,. . N ' x 3 -'-Stix xxx, xx-we 3 , 5: f by Q X , K:15,X- 3 X gy: , ff QA . M , . . F . , K, 1 ,,.. V 0 me. 3, YE HU ,T E55 K A ii 2 M' , - -- E- K gig! X' - if . . x .Q-.. .. . ,Um V... ..,. . .-...N x .. , . - . M. .... x x 'Y' y - Qs . N...,-,.... - xx ,K , . , Ng. S , X. . , .. . .5 . A - ,, ,::3-5 .2535 y E, ,E Fil 1 1 1 gg , V . V A W N :?:.f:., Y. -' ' , Z I :fi f 1' Y . x . 595, J -- A ' . Q 1' , - 1 N w' A . ' -Q w g! M - Q - A- ,Q , i a ' A -E '1 ' xv M K 1 :ff A 'Q . f ,. -X ' x X -we L- wwf , ' - SX - 1 , . - :M w a-.fs fa x-iv? ' N555 ,S-:Q A Nw wwf -, -A RR 4' :-Lf .: 2 -..i.--.:,-R-'wax f W P -. - . 34 K' at V 1 , 3 ' - - , - - . ' - I I ' . ik f i li f ' '- ' X 5 4 - , M I nf : 1 rl ., .K . VM h ,M . . ,,mWf, :QQ M Q . .. l-'jNg1if'L,.A L, ' QQ S. w i f- ', ' q Y - I x 6. ' 1 -Q f ' 'Q' Km 1 ' A1 QNX g h W S ' , X M " X - -- X - S : . X ' 3, - - X 2 m v Q! x K . , - 5 X. Y ' XM... .- 'f yi V- -QY f 2 ' 'W . S H K ,Ng , , Xi . . ,QM x ., . V . K 1 ' 5 if , - - -- I 5 -5 f- W M Ai V 3 J k 4f'j'2S"X' 4 f k Q ,. Q - ,f LW in N 4 s , , Nw.. ' 4. -Q . Q A 3 s Y' Fix Fi Q S v .5- Q ,YQ -. 'E 4 am M, . Nw-A , . 5.5 K .. , .. . . be S Q if Ne ? Q QA A W k M E X 3 4 'Q Bbw 5. . X my . --" . T? x ' ww sum xwfgigf Q ,Q E - 1 M' ,X wr. Mgpig' 5 we x - mp ., ' - E511 ? , . fl 1 3 ,, S. N , as 1 w 5 ' N ' Vx ,V tj Q X NM fffxw 4 V211-'a:fIi': R R s avi: gi www wi D.. .xx x iiekx fx :X wwf 11. f xx- -.Q P' Q4 WMQX . f 231 -' aw A w .M .wmwm , Standing: Tucker, Gignac, Mershon, Brilliant, Settlow, Chertok, Leidner, Lancaster, Miller, Cook, Fell. Seated: Cohen S. N., Shore, Grant, Irwin, Seames. THE TOWER Since mid-October, the Tower staff has been work- ing towards the goal of a better annual. They hope they have succeeded. Starting slowly, they worked themselves up to fever pitch, often working till the wee hours of the morn, and finally some five months later relaxed with the thought that the yearbook was finally at the printers. But mental strain continued as the worry "Would the book arrive on time?" con- tinued. The staff does not expect to please everyoneg that is impossible. They do, however, hope that it will prove pleasing to the majority. They especially wish to call attention to the work of Stu Cohen in the art department whose labor, we think, has not been in vain. Pete Grant the editor, Alfie Shore, Ernie Fell, Bob Kimball, John Irwin, and jim Cook deserve much credit for their outstanding efforts. Mr. Robert Selvin, our advisor, overwhelmingly and sincerely aided the small but hard working staff. The completion of this yearbook ended many day and nights of companionable work among a group who tried to reflect with reason- able accuracy life at Tilton School, and to preserve its memories within these pages. OFFICERS Grant, Editorg Shore, Business Managerg Irwin, Photo- graphic Editorg Mr. Selvin, Advisor. The Tilton Troupers of 1951 presented the three act comedy "The Man Who Came to Din- ner," March 17th, in the 'Tilton School Alumni Gymnasium. Donald Miner played the leading role and helped Mr. Giannini direct the rehear- sals. The audience was in stitches at the antics of Banjo CBuzz Irwinj, the Savage brothers, and the proud Sheridan Whiteside CMinerJ . Suspense and hilarity were maintained at a fever pitch as the audience waited for Lorraine Sheldon Clilaine Greviorl to be sent via a mummy case to the wilds of Africa. Hats should be off to the very capable performances of Miner, Irwin, La- Chance, Robb, john Adams, and Chuck Adams: nor must we forget the acting of Elaine Grevior, Shirley LaVal1ey, and Caroline Bruno. Yes, Mr. Giannini, the entire cast, and the men behind the curtains - the ones in charge of scenery, stag- ing, lighting, and makeup should indeed be congratulated for the splendid entertainment they gave us March 17th. DRAIVIATIG CLUB -.lamina -an in mv- New ' Var:-am ,,,,,, eve: 1, nzfsmzx, ,ameesm-: ,Yen-amaze:-, , ,,,,, , , ,-,,,,,rf .sf ,wxmxm ' ' I Y V ,M A . . W X - g . P - 4 mx . .,., Q X Rig. S?-fx gas? s , . .A X , ' 'S qw sv g 3 ,wi Q 5 1 iwkf-xgggv E 5-if if Q.. S 6 if Q- X .Q I , QS f 53 5 ' Xi . - mgggbgivg - , .wx my Q TEA gg, .. 1 QSQ K - . K ' XRESS? . X-I 11 f. ff xg is K K-'Z - --- 4 Yi :Q Mg K ' 2 ww QA , A X U gm . 1 . fix ..:.:af.L.:s Q::::. i yk fx 4, L ,Q ,K 5... . isw, , .aww - 'R N, MS- :S Q N Q2 Q32 Ya " . W K.-ff? gg . if M Q . .. W. . .. . 9' 1? Ei Q- W sm Aw' S9 . 'T TN. A N 3 A iw ,M K V .- S. . - f A. ,Q :X wb S gg X , i .SQ 'F gg 1.2.- 23 .. I . X kt? QQ., 4 N , . .xA.. W. W ..,A ..f,,f.-X.. . ' .N . . . M . ,T . .k.. N. 'K ,Ali . A 5 2 gf? x S Q 3 i 5 2 f Q J ,..e.5w- ' 'C 'H Yan. .v .. W.: gg 1 1 -wwf :X gg MA -f.-gf' A , vs- . Y X 1 xgwf- Xia? Txyqsfi Q23 " - . .. ,Q Jw gp-Y ff: xv f F 5 if At the dedication ceremonies, Herb Mershon, President of the Tilton Outing Club, presented Mr. Graham with an en- graved gold watch, given by club mem- bers and students in appreciation of his work as Outing Club Director. Although the weather-man didn't pre- dict snow, the Winter Carnival was still put on. The Carnival Banquet and the gayly decorated and wonderfully lighted gym for the Carnival Ball were two at- tractions of the Carnival that the class of 1951 will never forget. Here's thanking Mr. Graham for his guidance and work this year and in past years and wishing him success with the Outing Club in future years. Time and ahalf over time Little old shack Quinney's Day off MN Q X 1 1 . f , ?Y5'i'iik'Q5Q"iif35X ' A Q 155 mywig-jfe5,o5'g,,i! ggi at xf'Yf1M':SSaQl5R Y bi . -S we -RM 1.:,x.,. p Q 3 A :, 5 2 -:---w:i-::-::.:.- ii, X W Zz. 1 N 2 ?5 Sig . if w xg . QMS! H E N ' EYES S , K X x ,gs S 5, 1 x gigs 3? 1 2 T il Q1 S535 i my S S ,E E gg if 5 X13 Sf as E 'fig X X 8 Q , Q xx r E X X w vi is 5 ix E , , Q , :ii ,Y ea, , 2 .ill-Ykggsm 192534. fxggie-wg ww- . 'xl 55.15 if -, f x i-if Kwai 1 Q .ANYS Q , .K X M , .9 wr' I 4 ,-5 N Q X, 9, N, ., www. V1 M2 ? N Nw In +1-B., M' .x, ,- S 9 :ffl 1551 , H , Q Q "X33iiITZi53 2324225 x. wfgg-Q2 1 -XA , he lx iw-as ,qw 1 31215 'NSS l fyiq sgsifx-wwe we '- WMI. Q 1 VARSITY FUUTBALL Top row left to rzgbl Pirozok Napolitano, Francesconi R., Adams J. E., Richard, Johnston, Halpern fMgr.J, Range fMgr7 3rd row Cohen S N Lancaster, Forte, Kiernan, Knox, Coppola, Francesconi A., Artus, 2nd ron Crandall Reynolds Sullivan O'Leary, Savage J., Copponi, Robb. lst row: Learmouth, johnson, Young Piper Glazer leapt! Almonte, Saccoccia, Arsenault, Oglesby. RAMS MARCH TIIRUUGH FUE T0 GHAMPIUNSHIP p The 1950 Tilton Rams gave great tribute to Tilton School with a magnificent record of six victories against only one defeat. This season proved to be one of the most successful seasons for the Black and Gold in many years as they ended their campaign, THE CO-CLAIM- ANT CHAMPIONS OF NEW ENGLAND PREP SCHOOLS. p Naturally no team can be complete without a coach and we here at Tilton School think that we have just about the best there is around. His name of course is Steve Slayton and under his and Madison Jeffery's outstanding efforts, our team shaped into one of the finest. 1 In the season's opener, Tilton defeated the Brewster Academy eleven 15-6. The following week we played host to a mighty U.N,H. Freshma team and came out on the lower end of a 12-0 score. Worcester Academ j was next on the Rams' schedule and after a hard fought contest, thd black and gold came out in front 7-6. Our boys traveled to Durham in hopes of getting revenge on U.N.H., and their hopes were glorified by beating the junior varsity 13-7. The feature of our "homecoming day'l was the clash between Tilton and Dean Academy, which was playe in the drenching rain. The game was won by the home team in th closing minutes 13-7. After whipping Bridgeton to the tune of 25-7l the big day arrived! l Traveling to New Hampton the fighting Rams showed their true for by crushing their arch rivals 27-6. johnny Adams and Phil Richards who sparked the team all season, led the offensive attack while grea line play by Captain Larry Glazer, Sal Saccoccia, and the rest of th forward wall enabled us to hold back the big green. The boys will look back often on this terrific season and we are sur that they have enjoyed working under such a fine coach as Stev Slayton. 4 75 J. V.'S SUCCESSFUL DESPITE LUSSES Top: Mr. Gulnac roach, Green, Armbrust, Harvey, Hicks, Flynn, Rostau, Fisher D. 3rd: Place, Thomson G., Mitchell, Ridgely, jackson, Finberg, Cohen S. A., Henn. Zml: Zschau, Prolman, McCarthy, Mack, Adams J. C., Cook, Tucker, Perkins. Bottom: Adams C., Fisher S., Freeman, DiSalvo, Georges, Nichols, N. Lamb, Fountain. Coach Gulnac's J. V. squad dropped their opener 34-0 to the powerful Franklin High Var- sity. The following week came Proctor Academy and again theJunior'Rams went down 27-7 partly because of poor ofiiciating. With two games be- hind them, the Gulnacmen journeyed to Keene N.H. for their only night game of the season. Favored by eight TD'S, overconfident Keene was able to penetrate a strong Tilton line only twice to make the final tally 12-O. Next was Holderness Academy, where the Black and Gold should have romped, but their gains were repeatedly broken by costly penalties and fumbles, which sent the boys down to their fourth straight defeat 7-0. In their last game before the grand finale with arch rivals, New Hampton, the junior Gridders suc- cumbed l3-6 to a well organized Towle High team at Newport, N. H. Taking advantage of the two week break before the big battle the boys went into a rigorous training schedule. They wanted this game .... for their coach, who had worked so hard with them all season. On November 18 they invaded enemy territory. The contest was clean and hard with both teams giving all they had, but this just wasn't New Hampton's day. jimmy DiSalvo scampered around right end in the first period to pay dirt with Dick Mack con- verting. just before the half Shelly Cohen swept left end for forty yards and another TD. with a vicious key block being thrown by Earl Prolman. This ended the half with the score 13-0 Tilton. New Hampton drove across their lone tally in the third period. Early in the last quarter Gil Lamb, again with the help of Prolman's excellent blocking, dashed twenty yards for the final score of the game. Victory was ours at last and we deserved it! The score 19-6. Outstanding in the backfield this season were Russ Morse, Gil Lamb, Jimmy DiSalvo, Reg Ridgeley, Don Freeman, and Nick Nichols. In the line Joe Adams, Pete Georges, and Dick Mack. Henn, Perkins, Mitchell, Cook, Tucker, Cohen, Hicks, Green, and Jackson also did a fine job for the Gulnacmen. Despite their five game losing streak the J.V.'s made their 1950 season a successful one by crush- ing arch rivals, New Hampton. Top: Mr. Ranholf coach, Gibbs, Westover, Olson, Freedman, Einstein, McKinnon, Kinsman, Marrow, Batcheller, Huestis, Gates, Chertok, Casten. Middle: Shore, McGinley, Harris, Conn, Melchiono, Halper, Bain, Swain, Toschach, Hamel P., Golodetz E. M., Perkins. Bottom: Irwin, Seames captain, Silvius, Pedraza, Prado, Boren, Shepard, Riddle, Swaebe, Carbone, Nielsen, Grant. VARSITY SDUGER A 4-3 record was compiled by the Tilton boot- ers this past year. The season opened with an easy victory over Brewster, 2-O, and everybody looked for a great season, but hopes were deflated when Andover and Exeter handed the Rams crushing defeats of 2-0 and 7-0. After these losses, Coaches Perkins and Ranhoff revamped the lineup and the black and gold responded with three consecutive victories over Brewster 3-0, New Hampton 2-1, and Dover 3-1. The season ended at home rather ingloriously with a 2-1 upset victory by an im- proved New Hampton squad. Jim Shepard racked up two shutouts, and Phil Swaebe turned back New Hampton when he was forced to take Shepard's place. Injuries jinxed the squad throughout the year and the coaches had to change their starting lineup often. Captain Wayne Seames scored seven of the teams eleven goals and was a consistent player all year. The starting team for the last five games re- mained the same. It consisted of Seames, Prado, Silvius, Conn, and Pedraza in the forward line, Gibbs, Carbone, and Nielsen at halfbacks, Boren and McKinnon in the fullback slots, and Shep- ard at the goal. But for a few breaks, the season could have been different, and this years squad can well be proud of itself. , -- , W f - . .-I+ nmv Q Nw MSE- . K, SS N X N A x X Q Q 2 k rs X x 5, k S XA Xi 5' 15 2 :HO ,Q -XRS 3,1 5 v N f, X X XX J Ai XLT? :HG x XSNQ ' 'S X X 3 WLT? V? X is-A 'W 3. gi f 1 Q 1. f Maw., iq Q Q 3 'Q as i' he X is Q i :': ":? wr YSL TGA 3 9 Af ,if S . M3322 N., ..g 4 "in L14 3 S WTS IW. -wa . u ' Y illx 9515 'Sf Nj .1-X,5.-qw-gy . , QQ - X M Nggm if . . 3561: - - ws. Nygexivve I RNA- 3 ' W, ' E 1 if: , x .. ,, ,l sas? fy , . V X 'fa' Q 1 X as e S 6 331- ' Q V- .wrt .-.ft T 'RSQEYQ ' 'NEWEE6 i .LPT 1 ' aiu. , w S kk 1 !',: X wx EQ x.,. h- hx xx X J. V. BASKETBALL With only three days of practice together as a team, Coach Gulnac's boys opened their season against the Laconia High varsity. Even though the little Rams were entirely out-classed and lost by the score of 44-19, "Chick" Knox played ex- ceptionally well scoring eleven points. After Christmas the j.V.'s went to New Hampton only to lose by three points, 34-31, in overtime. Again "Chick', was high man fren pointsl. Our first home game was with Lawrence Academy, which we won 34-26. Co-captain Knox hit for ten points and took scoring honors. At Belmont, although hampered by a small court, the black and gold played inspiringly and came out on top 46-41, "Chick" with sixteen points really looked sensa- tional along with Eddie Sanel who clicked for thirteen. During the Winter Carnival Tilton was host to New Hampton. Suffering from the loss of Knox, who entered the armed services, the j.V.'s played a "sloppy" game and were defeated 51-35. However, a new star was born by the name of "Dead-Eye" Don Runkle, who racked up twelve points. When we faced Belmont for the second DATE TEAM Dec. 8 Laconia High Jan. 10 New Hampton 13 Lawrence Acad. 17 Belmont High Feb. 9 New Hampton 14 Belmont High . 21 Holderness Mar. 3 Holderness time, this time on our home court, we just could not start rolling and were at the lower end of the score, 41-32. The high men were Mills, Sanel, and Runkle with eight points each. The Holderness- Tilton contest was a thrilling game and closely fought all the way. At the end of the fourth quarter the score showed that Holderness had edged out in front to take the victory 36-35. Mills was on top with nine points and Runkle had eight. The last game of the season was against Holderness on their floor and we were all out for revenge on the blue and white. The contest was tightly played throughout all four periods and with four minutes remaining, it was 28-26 in favor of the home team. Then Phil Swaebe sank one from about twenty feet out to tie the score. A few seconds later Tommy Leidner got a rebound and made an easy "lay-up" Cnobody could have missedl to put Tilton in front. With good rebounding by "Ducky" Freeman and Dick Harvey we are able to hold them to the last whistle, final score 30-28. "Dead-Eye" Don got eleven points and Bobby Gold seven. PLACE SCORE We They Away 19 44 Away 31 34 o.t. Home 34 26 Away 46 41 Home 35 5 1 Home 32 41 Home 35 36 Away 30 28 R E S E R V E After getting off to a slow start, the Tilton Reserves came back strong and won the last four games. They had a seasons record of six wins and three losses. The highlight of the season was beating New Hampton 55-42. The reserves had the distinction of being the only Tilton basketball team to beat New Hampton in the regular sea- son. Runkle and Huestis each made 16 points in that game. Harvey, Chertok, and Arata played DATE TEAM Dec. 7 Laconia J.V.'s Jan. 17 Belmont J.V.'s 20 New Hampton Reserves Feb. 7 New Hampton Reserves 14 Belmont J.V.'s 21 Holderness J.V.'s Mar, 3 Holderness j.V.'s B A S K E T B A L L a good defensive game. They beat Holderness twice and split with New Hampton and Belmont. Donald Runkle was the high scorer on the team. The starting line-up was: Arata and Chertok in the guards, Harvey at center, and Runkle and Huestis at the forwards. Einstein and Rostau were the substitutes. Runkle and Harvey were elected co-captains. PLACE SCORE We They Away 26 56 Away 22 27 Home 5 5 43 Away 40 41 Home 28 20 Home 46 26 Away 55 33 Back raw, left to right: Coach Sawin, DiSalvo, Francesconi R., Henn, Crandall, Glazer, Richards, Silvius, In- man, Guy, Copponi, Mgr. Front row: Learmouth, Lamb, Johnston, McGinley, Conn, Halverson. VARSITY HUGKEY Although the icemen lost two of their games to the Wildcats of U.N.H. they turned in a suc- cessful season by winning four and breaking over the five hundred mark easily. In the early part of the season Place, McGinley and Richards carried the scoring load on their backs. When Place left, McGinley and Richards carried the scoring into higher brackets with John Inman close behind. The Rams romped over New Hamp- ton in the opener to start the season off right. With credit going to Place and Inman the team was able to knock off Lawrence Academy, by the tune of 6-1. The Rams then walloped Brewster and lost their first game to U.N.H. Freshmen in a hard fought game, which Tilton lost in the clos- ing chapter of the contest when two goals were put in by goalie Halverson. Halverson, accredited with almost 100 saves in six games, is figured to be one of the finest goalies that Tilton has ever had. The Rams lost another and picked up one more win before the end of the season. The team lost another to U.N.H. Freshmen and beat Clark School 5-2. One of the main reasons for Tilton's success was the fact the Black and Gold had two very good defense men. Larry Glazer, who found quite a number of opponents between him and the boards, was back on the defense for his second year, while Gil Lamb was continually by Larry's side. One of the fastest skaters on the ice, Lamb was the deciding factor in the win over Clark when he scored three goals against the Redmen. Credit is also due to the strong second line that was a main factor in the successful season. Finally a great deal of credit must go to Coach Swain who worked hard for a good year. A. -gwmstsx iaefsaf N mmm measa.ssQ.,.,:s- -sv. -sl - we me in -X sz sm-mwamqsss 85 I Y Nr 3, S, H 'x 2 2 E Q Q s 2. Si E E I i 5 5 S 86 f LM fp :KX if-'Q ,r' N -92. W , JTW X K f i ' F f iw F wk 55 LAS? S 3 M43 WNW. an 'l Effhvf. NL ., 314 'gif 1. ' f S A X Y x -LW M ' -- . , x - NEW. R. . X k 5 ' . . WN KV M Q K x t fr- X - , , , jx Q , 5 ,RW , 'Fw ' Mm x uw ,Q w.,g.v-wx 1 , M --2" T in X, I Hopping off their bus at about three-forty-live, all set for a terrific time, youngsters from the Daniel Webster Home were received by the Big Brothers and brought into the lobby where three comic movies were shown by Mr. Ranhoff. Fol- lowing this was the championship wrestling bout between Bruiser Bernie Lancaster and Bruteforce Bob Hicks. It was a fierce match and Ref Selvin had quite a job watching the two and taking care of a troublesome clown 1Buz Irwinj, who appeared from nowhere. The children then went back to the lobby and heard some songs sung by Mr. Mac's Double Pima? Quartet. Then there was a rush to see the dormi- tory rooms where the fellows handed out to the youngsters used but treasured funnybooks, un- wanted Christmas ties, and banners. After finish- ing their sixths in ice cream, they all went down to see Santa CChuck Robby. Calling them one by one, and after making sure that they washed be- hind their ears, Santa gave them each a present. Mr. Perkins and the Student Council who helped to make the affairs the huge success that it was, deserve the congratulations of the entire school. Let us hope that these parties continue for many years to come. f Y - sn , X x f A 3 Q 42? Q", , S ? is Si ff n gxgfil L.: K N . Q2 W 5 if vs 9-W. Q W4 x gi + +1 yn, Q Ak Q fl ww-vib fe ABE, , 'X W A X5 H , X E X I I , dl X 5 we bi I is QE S Ni 1' I X E w , Xia E EE w , Q W N 'Lis-. . X R s.f5vN::.. S 1 X f lx Hx -A 3' S. Xe X Q Q is K X fi SHP' A' . s DS 'EMM Those who missed the 1951 Tilton Winter Carnival, missed Tilton School's best Carnival. Everything began and ended on schedule except the snow sculptures which only began. A reception tea and dance given by faculty wives opened the festivities Friday afternoon. Friday night our Varsity and j.V. Basketball teams played New Hampton in the Alumni Gym- nasium. After the games, a Winter Evening was held at the hockey pond, and for those who were cold, Mr. MacMorran held a singing session with his Double Quartet in Pfeiffer Lounge. Mr. Ranhoif and his ski team won the ski-meet held on Little Tug Hill, Saturday morning. Harry Jones, Tilton's ace skier, took the cup for the down-hill run. A hockey game with U.N.H. kept the Carnival couples busy Saturday afternoon. Saturday night brought the two main attractions, the Carnival Banquet and the Carnival Ball. Following a hearty steak supper, came the Carnival Ball with its beautiful "Storm of Colors". All of the eighty-five couples dancing to the music of Ray Ladeau, Saturday night, really enjoyed themselves. No one could believe that the decorations had so completely changed the gym. Dr. Crompton, our new headmaster, crowned beautiful Colleen Gallant of Laconia, New Hampshire, Queen of the Carnival. She was ably escorted by Jim Cook. Sunday afternoon, a farewell tea brought the twenty-eighth annual Tilton Winter Carnival to a close. With the efforts of Mr. Graham, Outing Club officers and members, and the faculty and their wives, this 1951 Carnival-our best-was made a memor- able success. fd, ggi?-. 5 mx 5 as V Q5 , .Nik Q' .W we-sf A is my :. ., wg YQ Q5 Sw is P X NN X My R.. X H+ Q X N QQ gs? Sea' V in Awww RS. M ., 3 2.... 2 ww, . 2 i 'K wif.,--,fff Y N N-Xggfk Ls? SEST' 1 ww k 5 S . , ' X , 'Y X Q Xxx FSM isgg gg, k bf, 31 X, ,'-W: W fx V. n N X , x k Q is f is-51 fs QR .AS fs QT YM, Q ' 13.3 fgx , 1. .x bw Li-reg, . ff 1 M. RVENSL fs wgaeg - X f-Sjgliiff .. 15135 Ski Lili' .- 5 ' ,. 5,1 R 'T 11- S J 5 X k 3 5 ,vx . wk rg Aw'-1' , fav f .-1 xg gas: ig Qi .L Qs 5 .QE -. ,EM 5, mag- v .ku M, It's an El Ropo. The pause that refreshes. No cover-no minimum. Q--K The house we live in. 1-love. I bagged a bunny. Mudders. WW' North Station next Bulldog, Bulldog Those were the good old days. f. inf 5151 ,N - Sv in Q ff S 3 S QQ P S M X I 2 QL' QF 4 , ...ww fy f .A, , 5 AQ A sf .5 If fjivk g' ,efffw W 1 5 233, 'Es fm Q5 Q f - wk WX Socrates had nothing on me! Our next job is in Korea? I can lick anyone in the crowd? Watch the oiseau. Where is the puck? 190 lbs. of beef. Gee, only 30 pts. last game. Cuddle up a little closer. First floor lords. Where are my brakes? 33 raw-,S ie Ebay 3 kg .N -1' gf Qiffricfz' if y L . :rigs fr . qv. 5' TSSSYT-3 if-1 in wg if .:. , iii ,J 'Sv-X: - 1 0- V5 .,mM RW in -iv Exe? W9 wwf g if f " sf f w. G51 S, ? f 'if "" Q 9:3118 f ww ,,Z,, .. S5 ,S ' 'K ww. Q . -LN vb X , sw g t . gf,g5 N.ff :ff v 53 4 is K-as 8 sf I--A l R-.glhxg Y 3g?Q:sf"L' 3 , W S 'sw . . N A 4 555 ' gf? NAM Q ' ' af J ,th Q' 53,55 ' W! S ,fs sag if g kf 5 55 54 ' , X V ? ga g .. , , ,dy-V A :xx N J , 's 4:74 Sprmg house cleanmg. Ready for inspection Sir? Oh come all ye faithful. Lunch'em. Typical Tilton Life. Mac and Mike live here. A1 and Ralph. Gonna bite your tongue Laconia, 8 miles. Rough and tough. Palmer, put out that burr We don't play here anymore. Hit 'em hard. Dancin' Mountain Style Bill and coo with Ray Ladeau. Rogue's Gallery. A bunch of hams. Red Fury. Mrs. Q's domain. Rugged Wifi 'ws . 'Nu Q g ,kim BMW!! 1 M A ,Ngqn x 5-YN, fx K1 3 Q' mm-' As?-:RQWSQXX5-. , - - -X ver-Is wk, 7' Q IQW' 'H 1 .fwfr 5 1 X fa M-Ki? 1, fihL1,.,L " 'Ai' ,F-:ii . . . www gif-sw-'r - . . X 1' Q Wgxfm 1 Wi:,.Xg ,f 4,0 . if ,f ,Qi lg M Q gi? X S This is It! Alma Mater J 3-' JJ ijgffff-E 45 :L 55 VN' 576 'E F ,T I9 t T:-' e J cl. J .l - 'lj i F i :refilling ,5.,i2S 'T gli' F fa i fel' li i 'U :N i-. u g V -l 1 J . e ta mmf re- fs er eff rf tio' O'er New Hampshire's sunlit hills Thy swelling voices fling: Sound the praise that ever fills The valley with its ring. May thy heroes never face clefeatg Thy onward climb show no retreatg Thy triumph ever be complete, Forever, Tilton, true. Uriginal words ana' music ROSS LEE. FINNEY Like the hills around thy site, Shall stand our love for theeg We will seek thy highest good As rivers seek the sea. Tho' men may pass and towers may fall Tho' ease may tempt and pleasures call- We'll he thy loyal scions all, Forever, Tilton, true. Harmonization ALF RED PATTEN 1 110 DIRECTORY ADAMS, CHARLES SIEGEL ADAMS, JOHN ERNEST ADAMS, JOSEPH CHESTER ALMONTE, HENRY JR. ARATA, ANGELO ROBERT JR. ARMBRUST, DONALD GOTTLOB ARSENAULT, DONALD HENRY ARTUS, ROSS HATHRON BAIN, PAUL JACK BAKER, DENMAN GRAY JR. BATCHELLER, KENT JACKSON BEAUDOIN, RONALD EDWARD BISSON, ROBERT ADOLPH BLOOM, RICHARD JOEL BORELL, BARRY TOWSE BOREN, ALFRED ELMER BRILLIANT, ERWIN BROWN, QUENTIN ALAN CAMANN, STEPHEN CARBONE, CARMINE G. CARLON, EDWARD JOHN JR. CARRY, JEROME FRANK CASTEN, ELLIOT YORK CHERTOK, BENSON TILBERT CLARENBACH, RICHARD ARMOUR COHEN, MARTIN LAWRENCE COHEN, SHELDON ARTHUR COHEN, STUART NELSON CONN, GEORGE COOK, JAMES JR. COPPOLA, THOMAS ANTHONY JR. COPPONI, LAWRENCE LOUIS COWLES, DAVID HENRY CRANDALL, DALE DAWSON CREEM, ALAN DEBLASIO, RICHARD ARTHUR DICKSON, DONALD MURRAY DIGNAM, JOHN FRANCIS DISALVO, ANTHONY JIMMY DREISEL, WILLIAM PAUL DUEEETT, HERBERT EDWARD ECKERT, ROBERT LEONARD JR. EINSTEIN, ,IOEL CUPPY ' FELL, ERNEST MILLWARD JR. FESSENDEN, NASON WITHERELL JR. FINE, MURRAY CARL FISHER, DAVID KENT FISHER, L. R. GRAHAM FISHER, SPENCER TOBORG FLUDDER, MICHAEL FLYNN, WILLIAM FREDERICK FORTE, CLEMENT ALVIN FOUNTAIN, DEAN EMMETT 118 Exchange St., Leominster, Mass. 160 Old Billerica Road, Bedford, Mass. 7 Durant St., Lawrence, Mass. 78 Oxford St., Cranston 9, Rhode Island 54 Centre St., Concord, New Hampshire 148 Edgewood Boulevard, Providence 5, R.I. S4 Ash Ave., Cranston 10, R. I. Enosburg Falls, Vermont 54 Oakland St., Lowell, Mass. Acorn St., Marshfield, Mass. 30 Brushill Road, Newton Hglds., Mass. 392 Central Avenue, Dover, N. H. 5 Nelson St., West Springfield, Mass. 23 Cummings Road, Brighton, Mass. R.F.D. 1, Box 617, Center Harbor, N. H. 142 Ash St., New Bedford, Mass. 29 West Walnut St., Milford, Mass. South St., Halifax, Mass. 25 Readey St., Manchester, N. H. 18 Richardson Rd., Belmont, Mass. 30 Blaisdell Road, Medford, Mass. 364 Locust Place, Freeport, New York 21 Columbia Park, Haverhill, Mass. 11 Cross St., Laconia, New Hampshire 15 Prospect St., Franklin, N. H. 707 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Center, Mass. 10 Staples St., Lowell, Mass. 66 Belcher Ave., Brockton, Mass. 275 Upham St., Melrose, Mass. Gladacres, Star Route, Bristol, N. H. 161 Proctor Ave., Revere 51, Mass. 8 Loretta St., West Roxbury, Mass. 43 Horicon Ave., Glens Falls, N. Y. Call St., North Billerica, Mass. 17 Richmond Road, Newton, Mass. 201 Webster Ave., Providence, R. I. Colebrook, New Hampshire 19 Birch St., Lawrence, Mass. 453 Malden St., Revere, Mass. 6 Cornish St., Ext., Methuen, Mass. BelknapFManor, Tilton, New Hampshire 23 West Main St., Merrimac, Mass. 2120 Wallace Ave., Bronx, 60, N. Y. 68 Bigelow Sc., Fall River, Mass. Brookline, New Hampshire 12 Ivanhoe St., Newton, Mass. 312 South Bayview Ave., Freeport, N. Y. 60 Gibbs Ave., Wareham, Mass. 312 South Bayview Ave., Freeport, N. Y. 33 Mann Ave., Newport, R. I. 99 Bloomfield St., Dorchester 24, Mass. 35 South Main St., Fair Haven, Vermont 135 Water St., Exeter, New Hampshire FRANCESCONI, ALEXANDER ALDO JR. FRANCBSCONI, RALPH ALBERT FREEDMAN, ALVIN FREEMAN, DONALD JONES GATES, THOMAS L. GEORGES, PETER JOHN GIBBS, HERBERT GRANVILLE JR. GIGNAC, JOHN DAVID GLAZER, LAWRENCE GOLD, ROBERT JAMES GOLODETZ, EDWARD MURRAY GOLODETZ, EUGENE NORTON GRANT, PETER LANE GRASSO, RALPH L. GREEN, VERNON SYLVESTER GREENWOOD, CHARLES EDWARD GREENWOOD, ROBERT LATHROP GROSSE, WALTER CLIFFORD GUY, ARTHUR SEYMOUR JR. HALPER, NORTON STANLEY HALPERN, ALAN CHESTER HALVORSEN, DAVID WAYNE HAMEL, JOHN STENNER HAMEL, PHILLIP STEPHEN HARRINGTON, LEO JOSEPH HARRIS, CARLIN MICHAEL HARVEY, RICHARD EMERY HENN, HAROLD HERMAN JR. HICKS, ROBERT WILLARD HILL, JOHN HENRY JR. HOFFMAN, RALPH HOOCHKIRK, PETER BRYANT HUESTIS, CHARLES SPICER HUNTLEY, JAMES WILLARD INMAN, JOHN CLYDE IRWIN, JOHN FRANKLIN JACKSON, CHARLES ERNEST JR. JOHNSON, WALTER ROLLINS JOHNSTON, RICHARD HALL JONES, HARRY ERSKINE, JR. KEACH, HOWARD NEIL JR. KIERNAN, RICHARD AMBROSE KIMBALL, ROBERT EVERETT KINSMAN, ROSS LESLIE KNOX, VINCENT CHARLES LACHANCE, PAUL LOUIS LAMB, GILBERT ALLEBOUGH LANCASTER, HARRY BURNHAM JR. LEAK, OSBORN TAYLOR LEARMONTH, ROBERT BRUCE LELDNER, THOMAS WILLIAM LEININC, RICHARD BRIDGE LETHBRIDCE, RAYMOND CHARLES LEWIS, DAVID JOHN LOWE, ALVIN JENKINS MACK, RICHARD NORMAN MARROW, EARL RANDOLPH 38 Proctor Ave., Revere 51, Mass. 38 Proctor Ave., Revere 51, Mass. 231 Callender St., Dorchester, Mass. 1727 You St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 11 Rue Beaumont, Geneva, Switzerland 14 Preston St., Lowell, Mass. 14 Norfolk Row, Attleboro, Mass. 84 North Main St., Franklin, N. H. 25 West 54th St., New York, N. Y. 29 Runnells St., Portland, Maine 156 Dartmouth St., Portland, Maine 156 Dartmouth St., Portland, Maine 1981 Carman Court,'Merrick, N. Y. 51 Colburn St., Needham Heights 94, Mass. 1816 S. St., N. W. Washington, 9, D. C. 30 Pleasant St., Bristol, N. I-I. Tilton School, Tilton, N. H. Box 163, Alton, New Hampshire 28 Ridge Road, Waban, Mass. 69 Winthrop Parkway, Beachmont, Revere, Mass. 73 Hamilton Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 44 Tallman Ave., Cranston 10, R. I. 48 Upland ..Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 48 Upland Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 69 Clark Ave., Chelsea, Mass. 392 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass. 75 Brockton Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 39 Euston Ave., Cranston, R. I. Canaan, New Hampshire 490 Harvard Ave., Stratford, Conn. 170 Garden St., Cranston, R. I. Intervale Road, Intervale, N. H. 11 Bliss Place, Norwich, Conn. 7 Edgewood Ave., Keene, N. H. 459 East Foster St., Melrose, Mass. Box 36, Cornish Flat, N. H. 89 Cloverleaf Road, R. D. 2, Verona, Pa. 118 Harrington Ave., Rutland, Vermont 542 St. Marks Ave., Westfield, New Jersey Alton Bay, New Hampshire Colebrook, New Hampshire 39 Bailey St., Dorchester 24, Mass. 25 Lynde St., Malden, Mass. 45 Birch St., Marblehead, Mass. 222 Pontiac Ave., Cranston, R. I. 201 High St., Somersworth, N. H. 12 Keith Ave., Cranston, R. I. 9 Tuttle St., Saugus, Mass. 835 W. Franklin St., Baltimore 1, Md. 204 Elm St., West Concord, Mass. 105 MacDougal St., New York, N. Y. 109 Pleasant St., Franklin, N. H. Knight Road, Manchester, Mass. 307 West Main St., Tilton, N. H. 87 Elm St., Methuen, Mass. 45 Myrtle St., Claremont, N. H. 604 Delalield., West New Brighton, N. Y. MCCARTHY, JOHN EDWARD MCCURDY, JOHN PETER MCGINLEY, PAUL AMBROSE MCKINNON, EDWARD A. MCLENITHAN, GLENN FRANKLIN MERSHON, HERBERT BARTON MILLER, RICHARD WARSON MILLS, BERT WHITMAN MINER, DONALD JOHN MITCHELL, EDWIN FERSUSON JR. MORGAN, WILLIAM GEORGE JR. MORSE, RICHARD DELBERT MORSE, RUSSELL ALLEN MULLINS, FERDERICK ANTHONY, NAPOLITANO, JOSEPH PAUL NIELSEN, JOHN RICHARD OGLESBY, DONALD EASTMAN O'LEARY, EDWARD FRANCIS JR. OLSON, GEORGE VERNER PALMER, FREDERICK MORTEN PALMER, WESTON HENRY, JR. PEDRAZA, FRANCISO DUENAS PERKINS, ROBERT A. PHINNEY, EDWARD BARLETT PINCHESKY, ROBERT PAUL PIPER, DONALD KURT PIPER, GEORGE EARLE PIROZOK, DONALD EVERETT PLACE, RONALD H. J. PRADO, LUIS GUILLERMO PRAWER, GILBERT PROLMAN, EARL STEPHEN RANGE, MANSEL CONRAD JR. REYNOLDS, JAMES JOSEPH RICHARD, PHILIP TALBOT RIDGELY, REGINALD HEBER III ROBB, CHARLES GIEFORD ROBINSON, ELLIOTT LOUIS ROCK, MILES ALBERT ROSHOLT, EDWARD JOHN JR. ROSTAU, JOEL JAY ROTHFARB, HERBERT I. RUNKLE, DONALD CHARLES RUTLAND, ROBERT FRANCIS SACCOCCIA, SALVATORE JR. SALTMARSH, HAZEN RICHARD SANEL, EDWARD WILLIAM -IR. SAVAGE, EDWARD CRAWFORD SAVAGE, JOHN CRAWFORD SEAMES, WAYNE TOZIRE SETTLOW, ALLEN LEONARD SHAPIRO, ALVIN MURRY SHAW, ROBERT JAMES SHEPARD, JAMES EDWARD SHORE, ALFRED JOSEPH SILVIUS, ROBERT CORNELIS SULLIVAN, JEFFREY EDWARD J 82 Cedar St., Framingham, Mass. 50 School St., Lubec, Maine 1234 Fellsway St., Malden, Mass. 8 Austin St., Charlestown, Mass. R.F.D., Cambridge, New York ll Columbus Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 185 Valentine St., West Newton, Mass. R.F.D. 1, Derry, New Hampshire 10 Stark St., Penacook, N. H. 312 Aldrich Rd., Portsmouth, N. H. 46 Devonshire Rd., Waban 68, Mass. 67 Girard St., Laconia, New Hampshire 77 Union Ave., Old Orchard Beach, Maine 13 North Byron Ave., Brockton 19, Mass. 270 Malden St., Revere, Mass. Broadway, South Hanover, Mass. 163 Bluff Avenue, Edgewood 5, R. I. 1271 Highland St., Holliston, Mass. 10 Bainbridge Road, Reading, Mass. 99 Traincroft Road, Medford, Mass. 141 Wakeield St., Rochester, N. H. 33, if:13-A-96, Bogota, Colombia 46 Pond St., Marblehead, Mass. 350 Read Ave., Crestwood, New York 243 Broadway, Methuen, Mass. 69 Glenwood Ave., Franklin, N. H. 27 Ashuelot St., Winchester, N. H. 85 Pelham St., Methuen, Mass. 345 Upham St., Melrose, Mass. Este 14 11:41, Caracas, Venezuela, S. A. 55 Oliver St., Bath, Maine 374 Main St., Lewiston, Maine 77-10 34th Ave., jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 7 jackson St., Milford, Mass. 1 Fairfield St., Salem, Mass. Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California 1370 Merrimack Ave., Dracut, Mass. 740 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford, Mass. R.F.D. iil, Uncasville, Connecticut West Main St., Tilton, N. H. 50 Blake Road, Brookline, Mass. 120 Larch Road, Cambridge, Mass. 69 Webster Ave., Glens Falls, New York 10 Riverside Ave., Bedford, Mass. 88 A Street, Cranston, R. I. 53 Downing Street, Concord, N. H. 14 South St., Concord, New Hampshire 1 Marsh Road, Newbury, Mass. l Marsh Road, Newbury, Mass. 55 Seames Drive, Manchester, N. H. 1083 Highland Ave., Fall River, Mass. 203 Fuller St., Brookline, Mass. 62 Glendale Ave., Melrose, Mass. Box 211, Tilton, New Hampshire 65 Esmond St., Dorchester, Mass. Sta. Capilla a Mijores 26 Caracas, Venezuela 550 Locust St., Fall River, Mass. w :wm Amwayamr,:mm:aw-wx:mw+mma Y fgmwnhfmsx- , - SWAEBE, PHILIP HENRY SWAIN, RICHARD CROSBY THOMSON, ARTHUR AINSLIE JR THOMSON, GEORGE DONALD TOSHACH, DAVID GUGE TOWN E, NORMAN PARKER TUCKER, IRVING FRANCIS VAN NOTE, WILLIAM WEISEMAN, EDWARD NATHAN WESTOVER, DEAN BALCH WILKINSON, ROBERT WALLACE WISE, JOSEPH F. 29 Richardson Road, Blemont, Mass. 97 Farragut Road, Swampscott, Mass. 49 Greene St., North Andover, Mass. 87 Norfolk St., Cranston 10, R. I. 20 Rutherford Ave., Haverhill, Mass. Box 543, New London, N. H. 189 Phillip St., Methuen, Mass. 36 Rockledge Road, Newton Highland, Mass. 304 Main St., Barre, Vermont Middle Hancock Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. 83 High Street, Laconia, New Hampshire 96 Brockton Avenue, Haverhill, Mass. WOOD, ROBERT BEECHER 46 Olive St., Methuen, Mass. YATES, FRANK LLOYD 96 Harrishof St., Boston, Mass. YOUNG, GORDON KENNETH 359 Warren St., Needham, Mass. YUNGGEBAUER, FREDERIC HERBERT 61 Lowell St., Andover, Mass. ZSCHAU, WILLIAM BARRETT 14 Harwich Road, Brockton, Mass. DEARDEN, STEPHEN W. Main Street, Conway, New Hampshire FRITZ, MALCOM G. 20 Cotton Street, Newton, Mass. GIANAKOS, JOHN J. 472 june St., Fall River, Mass. ff uwavwwfvmamu' L1 :z::zmw.,.wnulwm' Compliments of FRANKLIN FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMPANY FRANKLIN, Nl H. Compliments of Eastern Refractories Co., Inc. we Brookline, Massachusetts Compliments of Laconia Furniture Co., Inc. TELEPHONE 650 A Complete Home Furnishers D Serving Central New Hampshire Since 1914 39-49 COURT STREET LACONIA, NEW HAMPSHIRE SANEL AUTO PARTS, INC. 159 South Main Street CONCORD, N. H. Phones: 2900, 2901, 3404 X- P6 P6 128 New Salem Street LACONIA, N. H. Phones: 2425 8: 2426 Service - Safety - Security 7710 Compliments of A S N A T I O N A L Dr. Archie Grevoir BA N K TILTON "9s YEARS OF BANKING SERVICE" T1L'roN, N. H. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Bolton Smart Co., Inc. -X Wholesale Purveyors of CHOICE FOOD 94 19-25 South Market Street BOSTON, MASS. ,SHEA,S BUY DUALITY AND SAVE "Shopping Center of the Lakes Region" X- LACON IA, N. H. Compliments of Francis A. A. Healy Insurance we 18 Tremont Street - Boston, Mass. E. M. Niles Company Purveyors of Quality Meats I0 New England Schools and Colleges X- 25 New Fanueil Hall Market BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Q?Y7f'T'SfD Compliments of QA Friend of Tilton C f SL-jkwjlv Q Glenn Edwards Lumber Company Paints, Hardware, Roofing, Mason Supplies Lumber and Building Materials Tel. No. Barnstead 7-24 GILMANTON IRON WORKS, NEW HAMPSHIRE Cornpliments of LACONIA SHOE COMPANY, INC. Quality Laundry and Cleaning at Reasonable Prices Lakes Region Laundry and Cleaners INCORPORATED All student laundry and cleaning may be billed through Tilton School. 41 OPECHEE STREET LACONIA, N. H Telephone 103 Compliments' of ARMIBRUST CHAIN CCMPANY 735 ALLENS AVENUE PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND O6 We are Proud to .ferve TILTUN SCHOOL X-P626 GILE,S DAIRY XFX-P6 FRANKLIN TILTON ANDOVER BRISTOL 0 Compliments of Mr. 8: Mrs. Isadore Settlow PIPER MOTOR COMPANY Dodge Er Plymouth Sales 6' Service FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments of FRANKLIN CLEANERS 333 Central Street FRANKLIN, N. H. A. C. ELLIOT Ford Products FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments of JOURNAL TRANSCRIPT FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE RENNIE'S TAXI SERVICE 550-TELEPHONE-750 24 Hour Service 2-WAY RADIOS-2 Heated Waiting Room CHARLES J. COLBY, Prop. 325 Central Street Franklin, N. H DANIEL WEBSTER INN 44 RooMs Cofee Shop - Dining Room Cocktail Lounge W. Franklin, N. H. - Tel. 449 GEORGE GIGNAC, Prop. Compliments of MORGAN 81 MORGAN Accountants and Auditors 10 State Street Boston, Mass Compliments of MARTHA WASHINGTON INN LOUIS PROLMAN, Prop. Winthrop, Maine Compliments of TILTON LEATHER CO. TILTON, N. H. IVith Best Wishes For Success ARCH APPLIANCE CENTER When It's Time to Clean - Y and It's Time for CENTRAL GARAGE and SUPPLY COMPANY T I L T O N CLEANERS TILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments of TH-TON INN Dr. Sarnanto Quain, D.D.S. Xb TILTON, N. H. Telephone: 6471 Compliments of ISABELLE BROS. Tydol Service Station Automotive Repairs 6' Accessorzes Main Street, Tilton, N. H. Compliments of H. I. MULRY CHEVROLET Co PROVIDENCE, R. I. R O S E N , S Compliments of The Store of Smart Clothes THE LACONIA CONCORD TILTON NEW HAMPSHIRE THEATRE PATRONS T. M. Page, Jeweler Regal Theatre Laconia Radio Co. News Book Shop Reliable Clothing Sam Melnick Ed and Earl's Snack Bar Book Work , o . . . that s our business Annual Reports - By-Laws - Catalogues - Directories Genealogies - Pamphlets - Souvenir Programs Town Histories - Year Books Seventy-Three Years Experience EVANS PRINTING COMPANY Printers and Litbogmpberr EVANS BUILDING CONCORD, N. H. A 1 rv ' - H - ' ' 1' 2 fi - A- D Q kk 2 f 'P' , ' s :avi A 'F Q ' ..,x, . ' V 1 1 W , N n Q' ' Q33 , V 1 '-TS. , ' - ' X , . P A ' Q 1' R- 5 K . 4 'S' 1 X - 'V V g. F, Emily? .' U fx I -,: , r Q. - , KS A- .2 " K 9 ' .' , Q L' 'J . 9 X , r A! I - K 53iA I ef Le' I 5 -N .Zi wg. 4 igrhz . ,A Q - ' fy- ' fi, , 1 -'gil - ."":w1' V , 45 A 3565? Yi A 'Ea , Q V X ,Ag "L 1 - -X 1- A' Q A - A- -:gi - Vx - L- :,,,.g-Q. , qs- 53 , 'H . - un K -N . - ' 5 'H A 'Eh f 2 na-.1 . , X A .-5, fx ,ffm 4 ' f jg f jj, ' aa., 1 'Q V Y ' . A .gg J. 5 ' A 4 N. ,L-if-. . 4 wi. as-V ,I Q, V .2 . -f 51" 6 'ff faq- R ' Ki? V '25, ,Q .Q 'sg 2 1 ' if gf, "Q 4' J, ' 5 ' '-- Q v x H 3x " ' ' 'g YH Jai. Z- V' 'I , A" I ' . iih ' :fi f ,Q v ' lf F' iq, K Q Y " as ' sg? +3 5 54'-'. 1 4 AM, -,A .X . - - W- ir " 5, - , We M11 ' ' - ' 'ii mf T-'if Aff? 1- '- . 4 ' ' if -1 , '1 - 5' A- f , . T, P ,Jn V' 5' Y 'Y' 11. , ff: 1 ' - 12. I Y. , g f V - f ' .Q f i F' lf, ' WE- ' fH'f f,ggfa9m 'if A fx' x-y A .fu ,. Ml : fi , -,, I . f , . i . I 1 -fig, 'sw 9 iv ' ,. - ' .ia . . I Q 1 V., . . -8 ? My . ' : V fr , ,, . 1 ' K -Q-,. Q . 'K , Q - . s 2 Q5 -' - rj U N ' ' Y 9. li' 1 X T , Vx A V 1 - 2 h-in-ti j My .Y -EHR' At l' if QW' X X "U " "v. :X ' I' . QM' 'C X,K. - , . '.' X, ' - . ' M , , X , 4 QQ. 5 I fav, 1 "" 4- . W. I '-1. eg 3 x Y T X ' ' f' , x Y ' ' . - If , , , , 1' 4 . ' ' V5 1, -J. - rx - ' A F 1. .- 41 in 'I -uf s 1 i if ' gs? 1: KH- . -,,, f'g ,V N 5 , Wgxw . 1 1 5 'Q t if WN . V SQ., , 1 . x ' K' fi 'E uf Hx' V - ' ' ' " L Q -Pi ef: ' ' - .. -' 5v.1 - . -Q," 'Km . xnI'?K '- 'S fx .AL ADI L f ' 3? Raw, P 1 r , I' ' . K: ,gm . xx a ,A 9 1' x 5. ' 'ag n." Wx 'f J 1. . 1 Q' 'ii .1 vvf . 9 4: b . 1 .3 :L , 3 4 ' N fi X55 N- s 5'- w Q... .. UV .. . A , .ay A ,,,,. .. ' -' -P , ,Wg ,,.3"L"'f" Ar " i .V 1 g i-,Y V-xt ,B X Y ' I . ' . x , , , V 1- , gl, . 4 1 .Q xgvkfaivl I ,, I 'i , 'E .y I 5 l 1 LAQDQTPQ . '11 . P '1 ' " .W I, ' '47--.5 '.'e'r , ' '--ng. fii - ' . ' ' Q " K . 1 M gf f 3 4 , ' in ,cz ' 4 ,, V ' x ' Z . A , . . A . 7 . Fgnitgvi - b . ' -41 if "f, 5 0? S' , . Q . iq -px 'Aj-4.,' ' fm vs . V . EQ X L , K. . .,, I ,x x 5 .5 "'.'4g'r ' if: - f . 'Eg' if" L.. E., Q' r 50 ' . . . , LV -2 1' -, ' 2 it ' '-nc s 9' ' ' 1' ' 5 1-iw .- "" 4 " ' . - - g . 2 V as ' 1' 9? B , 5' - 'A ' ' Z A ' 'Mk s ' H Q " - ' - 5' 7 .. N J' , -, X' 9 ' ,:L,5,v,E, .. . :M 1 - Q .Q .. ml 55 ,, bi , vi. M .., - - ia ' if Q 5 I F I F A ' WE' au. , , V J . , " "' 1 if 2 .-.1 H" ' 1 1 , - -f 7 5' -- ,HQ :V 2-Nw , ., , -u-nw-1 . , , .-, My I A Y . ' . ' X """" 1'- , I , 1-1, A ., , HVH:x,5gE5-1qhg, 4rJ :M if ,, A , wf 152 , .fra , -f . , ,, V -- N ..., .. , 4 fi uf! N .f3,'L1'-s:rw'i! - "-' " ' 5 ,. .fig f""5' - R ' L ., U 1 V ' 5 F Egg ,gnLf55Q g,Q., -1 is fw Y-egg! ,Ai ' 'L gi: , 1 '1 :.:::-,,Ef - -' E - fin' :Q .156 5 :www -' -: ' W . 'fn 'r ' ffl' ,,:g.' gs: V, , 'N v wi 1551fii':ewiglf4we iff-gfikffslg , ,' L . - f R f -f ' - if If En: ff ' 7 - , Y 'f?'?'.,--if 5--f. 5-,,,?ff?gifQF , - H Q . 1 .4 , sn- .N iw-fn Y . , . ,H '52 U is wi '9 as Q it I V My 'H' Q. -4.- H 1 4 Il E


Suggestions in the Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) collection:

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1925 Edition, Page 1

1925

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1926 Edition, Page 1

1926

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Tilton School - Tower Yearbook (Tilton, NH) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.