Topsfield High School - Shenewemedy Yearbook (Topsfield, MA)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1958 volume:
'NIPSFIELII lllllll SCIIINIL
We the graduatmg class of nmeteen hundred and f1fty e1ght hereby
Soule as a token of our thanks for your valued guxdance durmg our
past two years
Your cons1derat1on understandmg and fnendshxp w1ll long be re
membered by each one of us m our future years
We are smcerely grateful for all you have done
dedicate our final achievement, Shenewemedy, to you, Mr. Andrew J.
To the Class of 1958
In a recent speech before a management group of 1ndustr1al1sts, the Pres1dent of the Republxc
Steel Corporatxon empha s1zed some po1nts that seemmgly had nothxng to do w1th the productmon
of steel He argued that the greatest asset th1s nat1on has 1S not m the amount of natural wealth
that 1S ava1lable but that our greatest resource IS our people "the men and women whose labo
h s bu1lt Amerlca he boys and g1rls who hold the future of Amerxca 1n the1r hands "
Frankly we who have been assoc1ated w1th educat1on have suspected th1s fact for some txme
It would be 1mposs1ble to serve as a teacher for many years gu1d1ng youth at any level of the1r
growth helplng to prepare them as well rounded 1nd1v1duals for the l1fe to follow and to assurne
the many respons1b1l1t1es of c1t1zensh1p wxthout recogn1z1ng the1r 1mportance to the natmon per
haps to 1ts very enustence
of txme Even so w1th1n our own era each set of graduates from our schools has gone forth xnto
a world fraught w1th problems whether they were the result of a depresslon, a war or an un
certaln peace and they have somehow measured up to the obstacles encountered
The members of our present graduatmg class whether entermg schools of hrgher learmng or
term1nat1ng the1r formal educat1on at th1s stage of the1r development certalnly face as many
problems as any prevxous class but th1s 15 to be compensated by the number of opportun1t1es that
are also avaxlable It remams to be seen whether th1s and other graduatmg classes throughout
the land prohted by the trammg recexved from the schools and other 1nst1tut1ons of the commun1ty
and whether they are ready for the d1ff1cult1es to be faced and the opportun1t1es to be grasped
In a sense, all graduates are on trzal as l1v1ng ev1dence of our behefs and our way of hfe
Th1s makes them very lmportant mdeed to all of us because rt means that more than ever be
fore, our form of government, our system of educat1on our very ph1losophy of l1v1ng are on
tr1al as well
It can only be sa1d that workxng closely w1th youth of Amerlca even w1th so small a segment
as Just those xn Topsf1eld tends to encourage bellef 1n them and for what they stand
Maur1ce F Smlth
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The youth of every generation has been critized by its elders probably since the beginning
To the Cla s of 1958
As I wrzte th1s, two man made satelhtes are c1rcl1ng the earth These sputmcks were made
and placed 1n the1r orb1ts by the Russ1ans Th1s 15 of vxtal concern to every freedom lov1ng
person who hves outs1de of the commun1st sphere of mfluence for the results of thxs race for
space supremacy may well dec1de the fate of democracy as a way of hfe and form of government
1n the twentleth century
These feats of sc1ence on the part of the Commun1sts are even more remarkable when we
consxder the tremendous sc1ent1f1c and technolog1cal progress these people have made 1n the few
short years follow1ng World War II It 15 well Wlthln the memory of many people when It was
necessary for that natmon to 1mport from the free world engmeers to perform such tasks as
bulldxng dams and roads
The fact that the Russlans have achleved thxs progress mn such a short t1me 15 a trlbute wh1ch
we must however grudgxngly pay to the1r system of educatmn
In our nat1on we now have a flurry of act1v1ty We have talk and plans for a crash program 1n
sc1ence and educatlon It 15 obv1ous that 1f we are to rega1n and maxntaln our supremacy 1n the
age of space we must have a reevaluat1on of our ob1ect1ves goals and approaches
Unfortunately many of these thmgs w1ll be t1me consumlng and at a perxod durlng wh1ch t1me
IS of the essence What we need now are 1mmed1ate solut1ons wh1ch w1llbr1ng about very tang
Our present educat1ona1 system 1S based on our democrat1c way of lrfe and IS one of the fmest
1n the world However any system must adapt 1tself to chang1ng emphasrs It would appear that
1f we are to succeed students must be w1ll1ng to develop to a greater degree the1r 1ntellectual
cur1os1ty and be w1ll1ng to strxve for h1gher academlc goals We must have greater recogn1t1on
for those who seek addmtxonal work and demonstrate an honest desxre to help creat1vely mn our
progress Th1s demands a degree of maturlty and a well developed sense of respons1b1l1ty on
the part of all students today
Leave Topsf1eld Hlgh School wxth hablts d1rected toward cons1stent appllcatlon to and ach1eve
ment of the SP6C1f1C problems at hand but also always be aware of the need of contlnmng growth
and educatlonal progress
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Latin, French, English
Boys Physical Ed.,
Problems of Democracy
U. S. History
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Girls Physical Ed.
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V Xvk Math, Algebra
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FRANCES ELLEN BRACKLEY
Transferred from Malden H1gh 2 DAR Good
C1t1ZeDSh1P Award 4 Yearbook Llterary Ed1tor
4 Topslnews 3 Cheerleadmg 4 Glee Club Z 4
Dr1v1ng Club 3 4
Called Frankre by her frlends but not so
qu1et as she pretends
BARBARA ELLEN BANKS
Grrls' State Representamve 3 Student Exchange
4 Yearbook Ed1tor 4 Tops1news Z 3 4 Basket
ball Z 3 4 Glee Club 1 Z 3 4 Orchestra 2 3
Drnmg, Club 3
I nex er th1nk of the future It comes soon
STEPHEN DANIEL CORDELLI
texo ' Wood1e
Transferred from Newton I-hgh 3 Baseball 3
Cvlee Club 3 4 Dr1x1ng Club 4
School breaks up my whole day
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GRETA LOUISE C LARK
Future: Civil Service
Class Secretary lg Student Council 25 Yearbook
Production Editor 45 Topsinews 2,3,4g Cheer-
leading 1,2,3g Glee Club l,2,3,4: Driving Club 33
Square Dance Club l.
"Love is a dream - gosh I'm sleepy."
KATHRY N MARY DONOVAN
Transferred from Sommerville High 3 Student
Exchange Representative 4 Topsinews 3 4
Field Hockey, Manager 4 Softball, Manager 3 4
Glee Club 4 Driving Club 4
' ere is no w al h li a quiet mind '
PRICE 'S GARAGE
JUDITH LEE CROCKER
Glee Club l
She's little but from top to toe She's brirnful
of life and go
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TIMOTHY R. FULLER
Student Council 45 Basketball 1,45 Glee Club
3,45 Driving Club 4.
"Good humor makes all things tolerable."
ROBERT LESTER GREEN
Transferred from Ipsw1ch I-hgh 4 Glee Club 4
S1lence IS more eloquent than wo rds
DAVID LAWRENCE IVES
Presldent Z 3 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Football I
Basketball l,Z,3 Glee Club 4 Dr1v1ng Club 3
An athlete that scores 1n more ways than one
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DONALD FRANCIS KING Jr
Presldent 1 V1ce Pres1dent 2 3 Treasurer 4
Student Government Representat1ve 4 Boys
State Representauve 3 Yearbook Busmess
Manager 4 Glee Club 4 Dr1v1ng Club 3
'I-le's such a very bashful boy, to tease h1m,
g1ves the g1rls much Joy
JUDITH ALICE MELZARD
TOPSIHSWS Z Basketball 3 4 F1eld Hockey
'Judy s a pr1m M1ss, there s a sk1p 1D her
walk Many a laugh she's had and boy can she
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SANDRA NE LL NOLAN
Secretary 2,3 4 Yearbook Photography Ed1tor
4 Fxeld Hockey Manager l Cheerleadmg l
Captaln 2 3 Glee Club I 2,3 4 Dr1v1ng Club 4
She s small but so 15 a stxck of dynarru
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Future A1r Force
Student Councll 3 Student Exchange Represen
tatue 4 Football l Glee Club l 2 3 4 Drlung
All the world may not love a lover but all the
world watches hlrn
NATHALIE FAITH RALPH
Topsmews 1 Basketball Z 3,4 Cheerleadlng 4
Glee Club 1,2 4 Dr1v1ng Club 4 Square Dance
A changeable mood a gay sense of humor f
you hear that she s sh1rk1ng xt s Just a rumor
MARGUERITE PERI ROBINSON
Student Counc1l 3 4 Tops1news 1 2 Basketball
1 4 Fleld Hockey Manager 1 Cheerlead1ng3 4
Glee Club 1 2,3 4 Dr1v1ng Club 4 Square Dance
Clever pretty lots of fun Margo s tops w1th
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"Never a care, never a hurryg just one girl is
his main worry."
WARREN BURROUGHS SCHOTT Jr
Transferred from North Andover I-hgh 2
Presldent 4 Student Exchange Representauve
4 Basketball 4 Glee Club 4 Drlvlng Club 3
'He s short andhe s w1se He s a terror for 1
JUNE NASH WORK
Transferred from Marblehead I-hgh 4 Tops1
news 4 Glee Club 4
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L. to R, Standing-S. Nolan, Photography
Editor, D. King, Business Editor, B. Banks,
Editor-in-Chief. Sitting-F. Brackley,
Literary Editor, G. Clark, Production
This page is sponsored by
ROBERT STONE COMPANY
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Row-W. Schott, Presidentg D. Ives, Vice-
Presidentg D. King, Treasurer.
Y ea 1-book Staff
L. to R. Front Row-G. Clark, M. Robinson, K. Donovan, B. Banks, F. Brackley
Second Row-S. Nolan, J. Work, F. Ralph, J. Melzard, J. Crocker, Mr. Soule
Third Row-W. Schott, S. Nolan, S. Cardelli, T. Fuller, D. King, D. Ives.
Best Sense of Humor
Most Likely to Succeed
Judy Melza rd
Ma rgue rite Robinson
This page sponsored by
CARTER'S GAS STATION and SUNBEAM CLEANERS
We the Graduatmg Class of 1958 of Topsfleld H1gh School Topsf1eld County of Essex
Commonwealth of Massachusetts bemg of unsound mmds and unstable bod1es do hereby
declare thls to be our last W1ll and Testament Therefore, we w1sh to bequeath the
To our beloved Class Adv1sor, Mr Soule we leave an automat1c row stra1ghtener and a
colorful supply of pla1d umbrellas
To Mxss Barry we bequeath a ten story bu1ld1ng to hold all the students 1n her French Ill
To Mr Crowell we leave a 30 hour day and a 'do lt yourself' ocean k1t for h1s back
To Mrs Varney we leave a mechan1cal robot to help her plan and get the Topsmews out
To Mr Ford we leave a book entxtled "Math for the Pre School Ch1ld" for hrs Consumer
To Mrs Blanchard we leave an automat1c nxne o clock attendance taker
To Mr Campbell we leave a wh1p to control Robert Grace and the rest of those 7th
To Mrs Couh1g we leave forwards who have good shootmg eyes and guards that stay 1n
the1r own zone
To Mr Rlce we leave a qulet study hall and a memory to remlnd h1m to br1ng th1ngs for
the shop class for future Semors
To Mr McLaughl1n we leave a fool proof football and basketball to 1nsure all future
games as w1ns
To Mr Dresser we leave a senlor class that IS not on the gum l1st and spends more
t1me 1n the Detent1on Hall
Marguerlte Rob1nson leaves her purple na1l pohsh to anyone who dares wear lt She
would leave Roger, but she plans to take h1rn
Farth Ralph leaves her athletlc ab1l1ty to play mxddle guard to K1tty Stahlbrand and her
w1ggle to Anne Perk1ns
Donn1e K1ng leaves h1s pol1t1cal speakmg ab1l1ty to Danny Croms and h1s way w1th the
teachers to Robert Skeffmgton
Judy Crocker leaves her French pronounc1at1on to anyone who 1S s1lly enough to want lt
Bunny Work leaves her f1ngerna1ls to anyone who chews the1r own and her loud vo1ce to
be d1v1ded equally between Sheha Cam and Blame Taft
Scott Nolan leaves h1s car to anyone who can afford lt He doesn t 1ntend to leave h1s
tr1ps to West Newbury or the blond, to anyone
Steve Cardell1 leaves the bo1leroom and lock Jaw to Robert Skeffmgton
Tommy Savage leaves h1s J1tterbugg1ng ab1l1ty to J1mmy Belkus
Sand1e Nolan leaves her curly ha1r to Holly Roeder and her actmg ab1l1ty to fool the
teachers to Davld D1Francesco
Dave Ives leaves hrs gym trunks to Robert Carter and h1s ab1l1ty to play basketball to
Judy Melzard leaves her amb1t1on to go to college to anyone who has better grades and
her abxhty to goof off 1n sports to Sandra Ev1tts
Kaye Donovan leaves her tardmess to Carol Croms who IS always on t1me
Greta Clark leaves to Mrs Varney her match1ng sklrt and sweater sets 1n hopes she w1ll
add them to her collectlon
Franlue Brackley leaves her desert boots to Freddy Hall and her smokmg perm1ss1on to
Butch Schott leaves h1s sweaters and Bermuda shorts to Fred Jones
T1mmy Fuller leaves hls helght to Pete Ives 1n hope It w1llhelph1m rn h1s basketball
Barb Banks leaves her stra1ght ha1r to Mona Lebaron
Bob Green leaves h1s stat1on wagon to any Jumor who has smokmg permxsslon
Th1s be1ng our last W1ll and Testament, we leave the above bexng s1gned and sealed by
the Class of '58 Marguer1te Rob1nson
THE CLASS OF 1961
Topsfxeld H1gh School
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As we look at the calendar on the wall of the Hyland D1ner we not1ce that 1t's the year
1968 lt's almost m1dn1ght and the class of 1958 should be arr1v1ng for the1r 10th year re
un1On any m1nute
Naturally, Barb Banks the new owner and ex wa1tress arr1ved early to clear the tables
forthe oncom1ng blast " Our earl1est arr1ver, as usual 15 Don K1ng who 15 now 1n the
ant1que fore1gn car bus1ness As he walks 1n he g1V8S h1s ever popular greet1ng, Hello,
They just get a conversat1on started when who should appear 1n the doorway but Fa1th
Ralph n her cr1sp nurse s un1form She s now head nurse at Ch1ldren s Hosp1tal and d1s
plays her colorful array of loll1pops that she has brought for everyone
Next comes Dave Ives, whose d1shwash1ng ab1l1ty for the gu1ld w1ll come 1n handy later on
th1S evemng He's the only cab1net maker left 1n the country who makes cab1nets' b1g
enough for the new Bu1cks
Speak1ng of BL11CkS, here comes Steve Cardelll barrel1ng up to the edge of the dmer He
1mmed1ately recogmzes h1s old fr1end, "Ivesareech11", who calls out "Wood1e Baby ' Steve
heads the Enghsh department at Harvard Un1vers1ty
Now comes our former DAR Good C1t1zen Frank1e Brackley, who just got her Z4 hour
parole from State Pr1son She's hOP1ng to be released shortly and then w1ll return to her
Hot on her heels comes State Trooper Tom Savage who takes Jobs dur1ng the summer as
a tall man 1n the Slde show He IS called the Long Arm of the Law
Here comes J Crocker after returmng from Par1s where she translated MACBETH 1nto
French Her exper1ences 1n France su1t her for that Job of mak1ng French Bread for a
restaurant on the corn-er Of course we all know the owner Margo Rob1nson' DeC1d1ng
not to marry, she had qu1te a t1me try1ng to f1gure out what to do Wlth all her pots and pans
Our small group 15 now gathered around our favor1te corner table Suddenly the door
opens and the former Greta Clark enters wear1ng her match1ng wh1te m1nk sweater and
skxrt set She flew down from New York 1n her pr1vate plane
Soon after Greta 1S seated Butch Schott arr1ves 1n h1s 1932 Ford Butch hasn't been too
successful 1n h1s f1eld of eng1neer1ng so he has taken odd Jobs for the town of Boxford H
15 st1ll wear1ng burmuda shorts, a ruffled sh1rt and the rest
Arr1v1ng soon afterwards 1n Sand1e Nolan She s greeted warmly by all her old fr1ends
and admxrers who go to see her perform n1ghtly Hopp1ng along w1th Sand1e 15 another
classmate who has gone 1nto the enterta1nment bus1ness, Bunny Work She started out as a
secretary for MGM but her f1ngerna11s grew so long her boss gave her a lead1ng role 1n
horrow mov1es where she excels as an actress She 1S currently starr1ng 1n "The Rabb1t
W1 h Vamp1re Fangs" and "Dr Torto1se and Mr Hare
At the sound of a Z0 gun salute 1n the d1ner yard everyone runs to the w1ndows W
1tlS Tommy Fuller who 15 the most prom1nent of all our fellowclassmen Although he s the
Adm1ral of the Navy he st1ll ma1nta1ns h1S humble post of wexght l1ft1ng at Annapohs
Academy How about that?
S1lence preva1ls when Scott Nolan comes 1n Wlth h1s harum of 40 danc1ng g1rls He now
l1ves 1n Arab1a where he 15 feverl1shly try1ng to cult1vate the desert to a th1nk forest
Next comes Bob Green, who stud1ed to be a draftsman but ended up by be1ng a com1c
Strlp wr1ter for the Boston Globe
The party 1S just about beg1nn1ng when Kaye walks 1n She IS late as usual and 1S laden
down Wlth college textbooks
Our other hab1tual latecomer, Judy Melzard comes sk1pp1ng 1D as usual She's the
coach of the Mascomnet g1rls basketball team only g1rl 1n the world that can t1ckle her
feet w1th her pony ta1l
Once aga1n the class of 1958 15 together It has been fun to see each other and we look
forward to our 20th
THE CLASS OF 1960
Topsf1eld H1gh School
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In September of 1954 the foundat1on of Topsf1eld I-hgh School was shaken by the entrance of
the class of 1958 At the begmmng of our Freshman year we galned a new member Barry
MacDonald Durlng the football season and throughout the basketball season we were bestowed
w1th the honor of sell1ng refreshments wh1ch started our treasury off to a good start Also
dur1ng that year we held two successful record hops with Hal W1ll1ams as d1sc Jockey th1s
not only helped to bu1ld up our treasury but started us off ID a successful socxal f1eld
In the fall of our Sophomore year we d1scovered that we had lost Ingr1d Stahlbrand Valerxe
Shea, Martha W1ll1ams Jack Collms Jon Blades Brent Roedar and Barry MacDonald How
ever we had ga1ned the persons of Frances Brackley and Warren Schott Two of our most
successful dances were held th1s year Our Bob Clayton record hop 1n December wlth 1ts
m1stletoe and holly and our Stan R1chards hop on Fr1day 13th We also held a very prof1table
food sale 1n Carter s gas stat1on To close the year we held a beach party at the 'Reservatlon
on Plum Island
1956 rolled around and we were nowJun1ors We had lost Robert Hall Ben Enghsh and
Bruce Sherman, but had gamed Kaye Donovan and Steve Cardell1 Our largest dance the Joe
Sm1th spook hop was held 1n October, and 1n May we had our .Tumor Prom Th1s was really a
gala event Sandra Nolan was crowned queen of the occas1on and Marguerlte Rob1nson and
Joyed by all at Marguemte s Th1s year was also brought to a close w1th a beach party at
At last here 1t 1S 1957 1958 and we are Semors We have lost Tlna P1rrotta and Norman
Rust and have galned June Work and Robert Green Our f1rSt soc1a1 event was the annual Sen
1or Prom After the event we went to V1Cl1ff's Steakland then back to Marguer1te's for
another famous all mght party Later on 1n the year we had a 'Semor Hop w1th Bob Clayton
as d1sc Jockey Th1s proved to be a very prof1table dance and helped flnance our Washmgton
On Apr1l 26 1958 twelve sen1ors boarded the tram at South Statlon and headed towards
Washlngton A wonderful tlme was enjoyed by all and we want to sxncerely thank our chaper
ones for mak1ng th1s poss1ble
We would l1ke to thank Mrs Charles Mann for her valuable ass1stance 1n decoratmg for our
lovely Jun1or Prom
And last, but not least on June 12 1958 we the class of '58 walked down the a1sle of Wood
bury Audrtormum and onto the stage to rece1ve our d1plomas A crownlng event whxch brought
to a close a wonderful part of our hves four happy and memorable years
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