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Newport News l'I'llllpSlllI'C June 1901
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Towle High School
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Wlth the world on the brmk of a new war and the havoc
wrought by the last stlll prevallmg the need for leadership
IS felt by youth all over thls earth
We feel rt IS entlrely proper to dedlcate thls our yearbook
to a man who has satlsfied our need for guxdance whlle glv
mg advrce and frrendshrp throughout our years at Towle
In grateful apprecmatlon we dCdlC3t6 the M1rror of 1951 to
John E Slderls for hrs fine work as our prmclpal
A friend ln need IS a frlend Indeed goes the old saylng
and lf anyone ever needed a frlend or someone to confide ln it
was the class of 51 when we embarked on our fourth and
final year at Towle
When all the problems and complexmes of Semor lnfe
showed themselves our advxsor Mr Ballou was always
ready to gnve us that added stlmulus or blt of advice that
made lt posslble to get the Job done Wlth hls keen under
standlng and slncere frlendshmp he helped make our last
year at Towle our happlest In return for hls amlable coun
sel we would llke to dedlcate our 1951 vearbook the Mirror
to Mr Wnlhs Ballou who has truly been a frlend ln need
Edltor ln Chlef Ken Roberts
YEAR BOOK STAFF
Fnrst Row Cleft to rlghtj Rocky Perkms Joe Galotta John Wlrtanen kenneth Roberts John Waldo Henry
Gurmond john Berry Second Row Mrs Hammond janet Newell Lorrame Lepntre Dorothy Barton Jov
Avery Earl Legacv Ruth Gamash Janet Cummmgs Lucxlle Babbltt Shxrley Elfstrom Abble Newton fabsent
when plcture was takenj Elleen Hlnze john Munro Alfred Hague Beverly Shedd
BOARD OF EDITORS
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Feature I dltor
john Wlrtanen John Munro
john Waldo Rockv Perklns
Shlrlev Elfstrom, Elleen Hlnze
Lucxlle Babb1tt Alfred Hague
I orrame Lepltre ,lov Avery
Bcxcrly Shedd Mable Newton
'Xlrs Charlotte Hammond
Henry Guimond, Joe Galotta
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GORDON B FLINT JOHN E SIDERIS
Supenntendent of Schools Prlnclpal
bmw erslty of Ne X Hampshlre Lnlverslty of New Hampshlre
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M Ed 48 M Ed 40
NANCY G JOZEFOWICZ
Dean of Gxrls
Shorthand Secretarlal and Clencal
Practlce Bookkeeping Typlng
WILLIS H BALLOU
Tufts B Sc 31
Harvard MSc 34
Advanced Algebra Vocatlonal
Math Geometry General Math
L N H Summer School 38 40
Junlor One Act Play Prnze Speak
mg Freshman Class Advxsor
Amerlcan History U S Gov
ernment and Polmcs Commer
CHARLOTTE H HAMMOND
Barnard College of Columbla Um
L N H Summer School 46
Debate Club Dramatrc Club
Semor One Act Play Splrxt of
Towle Xearbook Pnze Speak
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HENRY F. BUINICKY
St Marysof Baltimore Md
Sophomore Class Advxsor Audlo
Vlsual Program Chalrman of
IRENE V BERG
Plymouth Teachers College
U N H Summer School 47
B A 47
School Reglster Cheerleadlng Ad
General Suence Blology Com
Plymouth Teachers College
Umversxtv of New I-Iampshlre
Plymouth Teachers College Sum
Llbrarran Sophomore One Act,
Play Senior Play Prlze Speak
A WAYNE LOWRY
Unlverslty of New Hampshlre
B S 42
M Ed 50
Asst Football and Basketball
Coach Track Coach junlor
Economics Modern European Hls
tory World Hlstorv
WILLIAM L. BRYANT
University of New Hampshlre
B S 8
M Ed 44
Faculty Manager of Athletxcs
General Math Physxcs Chemnstry
SCOTT E HASTINGS JR
lxeene Teachers College
B Ed 49
Shop and Mechamcal Drawing
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CHARLES L MANOS
Keene Teachers College 51
Bentley School Of Accountmg and
Jumor Class Advlsor
Economlcs Hrstory of Cxvrllza
tron Modern European Hlstory
JOSEPH S HERNE
LI'l1VCI'SltV of New Hampshlre
B Sc m Musxc Educatlon 49
ELLA M DONOVAN
Keene Teachers College
Syracuse Umverslty Summer
Home Economxcs Club Chalrman
of Junlor Red Cross
PHYLLIS K MARTIN
bnlversxty of New Hampslnre
Girls Physical Educatlon Freld
Hockey Basketball Softball
DOROTHY E JONES
Plymouth Teachers College
B Ed 32
JOHN G BARRY
Umverslty of Mrchrgan
Drrector of Athletlcs
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DOROTH Y HELEN BARTON
Alnas Dottle Dot
Imforever Rldmg Swxmmmg Skatmg Skl
Oops' Ijust sald No Klddmgl
My Adam IS Dad P W
My Eve IS She knows who she IS
I m rarmg to Go to college
Few Ihlngs are Impossible Io dzlzqenre and
JOY MARIE AVERY
I'm forever: With George: At the Green Bon-
Oops! l just said: "Ya didn't."
My Adam is: Dad
My Eve is: Mom
I'm raring to: Make something of myself
'fllnlre hay while Ihr moon shines."
LUCILLE MARY BABBITT
Alxas Loose Heels Lucy
My Adam lS Dad
My Eve IS Mom
NORBERT WILLIAM BEAUCHAINE
Allas Bobo Nobby
I m forever Huntmg Flshlng Bowlmg Buz
zrng to Lebanon
Oops I just sald Speak for xourself John
My Adam IS Am ltlnd hearted old soul who
gnes me a rlde
My Izve IS Am vtoman that doesn t drive
I m rarlng to Cet a deer fdearl
I ul 1 uf I nl and he lllfffll
I m forever Swxmmmg Llstemng to the radxo
Oops' I Just sand Now they tell me
I m ranng to That s a lnkelv story
Slrenglh and loyalty begm with llnowledqe
JOHN NICHOLS BERRY. III 5
MADELINE I-'AY BOUTWELL
I m forever Lxstemng to the radxo wnth
Oops' I just sand You thmk so huh?
My Adam IS Dad
My Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to Make somebody a good wxfe
Seen but not heard
Alias: "Berry," "Toothless"
I'm forever: Reciting Shakespeare while I sip
a cherry coke at the Green Bonnet.
Oops! I just said: Oh trot. ,Q
My Adam is: Hopalong Cassidy
My Eve is: Big Bertha
I m raring to' Become 4F when I m 18
That man abou! Iown
Alnas Duck Brooksxe
I m forever journeymg to the cxty of The Red
Oops' I just sald Dxd I ask you what you had
My Adam rs The lucky fellow that has a
chance to plck me up at 12 00
mldmght when I am bummmg
My Eve IS You name lt and I ll buxld a cage
I m rarmg to Be 4F when I take the physlcal
for the army
Jus! over Ihe hlll but 11 Ionq way from home
I m forever Throumg the bull
Oops' I just sa1d T would help
Nh Adam lS Henrx Ford
My Exe IS Lucretla Borg1a
I m rarmg to Niake 230 mph
Some say the world IS made for fun and
frolu' and so do I
ROGERS WAYNE CONROY
Ahas Mlckey Lonme
Im forever Rndmg Eatmg NN 1th females
Oops' I just sa1d Oh huh'
My Adam IS Napoleon
'VIy Eve lS ,lame
Im rarmg to Be successful m buslness wlth
our Lncle 'Sam
Iou vz' qol to have II lol of Bull nowadays
Ahas Jan um
I m forever Talkmg
My Adam IS Dad Barry
My Eve IS Mom
I m ranng to Be a nurse
God bless the Democrals
JOANNE PATRICIA DODGE
A las Jo o ,Io
I m forever With Pete Sleepmg
Oops' I Just saxd Darn the Clencal Practxce
My Adam IS Pete Dad
My Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to Do anythlng I happen to do
A mouniam of ajfeclzon
Ahas Shxrl E y
I m forever Skatmg Smmmmg Dancmg At
Oops' I just sazd Reallyll
My Adam IS R F P My brother
My Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to VS ork lout of Newport!
mth 29 hmttmg Play
1ng sports of all k1nds
Oops' I just sald What do you want me to do
The nobles! mmd the best confenfmenl has
PHYLLIS MARIE FORD
Im forever Readmg Lxstemng to the radxo
Bemg by myself at certam tlmes
Oops' I just saxd Oh No"
MyAdamxs D H S L B
My Eve IS E A S
I m rarxng to Goto Marne and OJ
Art well your par! there all honor lies
JOSEPH JOHN GALOTTA
I m forever Sleepmg
Oops' I Just saxd Skata
My Eve IS My Mother
I m rarmg to Go to College and SUIVIVC
get em up Cleve
RUTH MARIE GAMASH
Alxas Rudy Root
I m forever Babyslttlng Gomg to the movxes
Oops' I just saxd You know
My Adam IS Dad
My Eve ns Mom
I m rarmg to Have a successful Job
Happzesl of all IS her gentle spzrll
LUCIEN WILFRED GENTES
Ahas Lou Lulu
I m forever Huntmg Flshmg for mermands
Oops I Just sald Txme out for Dawsons'
'Nix Adam ns Old HlCkOYy Nfr Boston
'Nix Exe IS Any beautxful blonde preferably
vs xth dough
I'm rarmg to Make monex, anyway
Oh the llfe ol lhe hun! for mr "
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My Adam is: Two Beer Spike, the Middle-
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Ahas Bev Bevre
I m forever Readmg Vhth john
Oops' I just sald I can t remember
My Adam IS Dad
Mv Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to Get marrled and be mth John
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RAYMOND PHILIP GREENLEAF
Allas Long John Blg Ray
Im forever Huntmg SWIITIITIIHQ Wlth
Oops I just sald just what do you mean by
Mx Adam IS The man that assasslnates Stalrn
My Eve IS Any good lookmg blonde
I m rarmg to Amount to somethmg
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CHARLES LOUIS GOYETTE
Allas Swede Chuck
I m forever Trymg to find a good lookmg
dame m the Comston
Oops' I Just saxd Hel lo Chlck en
Mv Adam IS Mr Bugbee because of hls
qulckness to call on someone
when they are thmlnng of some
Mv Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to Be a chef at Colby Jumor College
HENRY JOSEPH GUIMOND
Ahas Pro Sleve
I m forever Shootmg the breeze
Oops' I just sa1d A thousand pardons
My Adam IS Lu1g1 Basco
My Eve IS A blonde mth a car tlme and
TIIOIISY to SDHYC
I m rarmg to Go down on the farm
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I'm forever: In sports and going down South
Oops! I just said: D.D.D.S. fDon't drop dead, !
My Adam is: Any Admiral
My Eve is: Mother
I'm raring to: Join the Navy
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PATRICIA RUTH HEATH
Alias Pat Sweetlips
Imforever Dancing Swimming Skating
Oops' I Just said Now just a darn minute" 2
My Adam is Moe Dad
My Eve is Mom and the rest of The Girls
I m raring to Survive this strenuous life
Pirru man is a volume If you A110111 how
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I m forever Skating Swimming VI alking
Oops' I Just said X ou could ve fooled me
My Adam is Dad
My Eve is 'Vlom
I m raring to Co to Business Loilege
Shun: ex IS ll run hu! loiuhli clzfzraclerzslu' In
RICHARD JOHN HURD
Im forever Listening to the radio Hunting
XX ith girls
Oops' I Just said That s what you think
My Adam is Barney Oldfield
My Eve is Mother
I m rarmg to Be a race track driver
fume lusfphlne in my flulng machine
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the radlo gomg to the movies
At Phys Ed classes
' I just sald Gee Vlhlz
My Adam rs Oh you know who
My Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to Who knows7W79
Yhyness I9 roncealed hnppmess
ELAINE GEORGIA KARRAS
Oops' I Just sald That s tough
My Eve IS Mother
Beauly draws us hu rz vmglf looll
EDWARD MICHAEL KENNEDY
I m forever Glvmg people a hard tlme
Oops' I Just sand Grmme a butt'
My Adam IS lohn D1ll1nger
My Eve IS The glrl that I marry
I m rarmg to Travel
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EARL GOULD LEGACY
I m forever That s my busmess
Oops' I just sard CENSORED
My Adam IS Socrates
My Eve IS Lady Godlva
I m rarmg to Get the heck out of Newport
Ambrlmn would no! he made of vternfr s!uU'
I m forever Kmttmg gabbmg Wl'lIlIIg letters
My Adam IS He knows who he IS I hope'
I m ranng to Do somethmg worthwhile
Oops. ' ' 3" ' ' "
Alias: "Big Ed". "Stud"
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LORRAINE GLAD YS LEPITRE
A11as French1e Pete
I m forever Danclng 11 r1t1ng to the 'Navv
Oops' 1 just sald You thmk so eh?
Vlv Adamxs Straxght Arrow
My Eve IS Mother
I m rarmg to Become somethmg vv orthvv h11e
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JOHN HARRINGTON MUNRO JR
Alxas Dmkx Long John
I m forever Looklng at beaut1fu1 women 1
mg 1n the 'Vlountams
Oops 1 just sa1d 11 ho da thunk 1
Adam 15 A very generous m1111ona1re
Mv Eve 19 Anv g1r1 wlth brown haxr 1
brown eves and about 5 9 also
11v mg on 38 Rlver Street
m rarmg to X1 rlte a Novel
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JANET LEE NEWELL
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I m forever Drnvmg around IH mv car
Oops' I just sald Q0 what'
Nlv Adam IS Henrv Ford
N13 Evels Nlrs Ford
Im rarmg to Be a trutk dr ver
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1 m forever Dancmg and skatmg
Oops' I just saxd 11 hat are vou trv mg to prov e7
Nly Adam IS Anv voung man wlth a dashmg
XIV Eve IS Barbara Ann Stott
Im rarmg to Get somewhere ln the skatmg
ROCKWELL ALVAH PERKINS
Allas Rocky Perk
I m forever Playmg sports Shootlng the
breeze v1 1th Joe
Oops' 1 Just sa1d Do unto others before they
do unto you
My Adam 15 Dad
My Eve IS It could be you'
Im rarmg to Attend college and marry lnto
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JUNE HARRIET PERSONS
Ahas Pam 1n the neck june bug
Im forexer At the Sugar Rlver Lodge and
Oops' I Just sa1d I a1n t done nothmg
'V1v Adam IS B111 Coffey
N11 Fwe IS Brenda Qtarr
I m rarmg to Goto Amesbury Mass
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RONALD SANFORD NEWELL JR.
Alias: Dead-eye '. junior '
I m forever Huntmg and hshlng
OOPS' I just sa1d Not bx a long shot
'NIV Adam1s The mek of the woods
My Eve IS Mother Nature
1 m rarmg to Ixeep rlght on huntmg and hshmg
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ABBIE ANNE NEWTON
A1135 Shorty Meb
I m forever Dancmg Wr1t1ng letters
Oops' I just Sald Oh you fru1t'
My Adam lS Dad
My Eve IS Mom
I m ranng to Become somethmg worthwhile
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Allas Putt Cless
Im forever Readmg Movles Lxstenmg to the
Oops' I just saxd Don t get huffy
Nh -Xdam IS Any mlllxonaxre
Nly Eve IS Scarlett O Hara
I m rarmg to Become a successful Interlor
Ilan I9 made qreul by hrs own skill
VIOLET EVANGELINE PUTNEY
Almas V Putt Putt
I m forever bolng to the 'Vlovles Swlmmmg
Oops I just sald Sxmmer down
My Adam IS John Dad
My Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to Do nothxng
llu rulf nl mu Ilff rs In malrc bmznrvw
fllllISlll'l rmrl plmsurl II bllslness
ALICE MARIE RACICOT
Im forever Dancing Lxstemng to the radlo
At phys ed class
Oops' I just sand Number please'
Mx Adam us Dad
Nh Eve IS Mom
I m rarmg to CENSORED
Nnlhmq IW llIlfl0XQ1lPlf'f0 n wzllznq heart
ROBERT THOMAS RANDALL
-Xhas "Bob' Zip
I m forexer Rldmg motorcx cle, Skung, Hunt
Oops' I ,ust sald That makes two of us
Nix Adam IS Nix uncle
Nix Eve IS Nix mother
I m rarmg to Go mto the seruce
Oheprmfmn rm! old um hrznqv mzsdorn "
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Im forever Dantmg Sltatlng Swlmmmg
Oops' I just sald Do that
Mx Adam IS Father
My Eve 19 Mother
I m rarmg to Earn an honest hvmg
ll 011 fill no man lhezf re not worlh ll
MARION ELLEN RUDENFELDT
A1138 Rudx Blondle
Im forexer Readmg Qmmmmg Bemg wlth
Oops' I Just sa1d Don t get huffv
'Xlx Adam IS Dad ll es
'Nix Exels Nfom
I m rarmq to Do some tvpe of office work
lin wha! you uvrml to do when you wanl lo
EDWARD CHARLES RENEY
Al1as Eddre Snoolues
I m forever Seemg Jean Playmg sports
Oops' I Just sald I am t sald nothmg
Mx Adam IS Dad Gene Autry
My Evels Mom Jane Vlyman
I m rarmg to Go to Russxa and knock Stal
ln s block off
llzv were uuih mzsrhzef sparkle his Iongue
wrlh banlzr free
KENNETH LEO ROBERTS
Allas Ken Scoop
Im forever Playmg golf Skung Talkmg all
Oops' I just saxd Nlce play jxm
My Adam IS Dad Tom Pame
My Eve IS Mom Demce Darcel
I m rarmg to Put Grantland Rlce out of
'Vlrn are no! rnmsllred by feel
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Alias: "johnny"', "Silo" "
I m forever' Skiing' Swimming' Camping
Oops' I just said Terrific
Mv Adam is Dad
My Eve is Mom
I m raring to Attend College
He lhul hrllh ltnnwledqz spurelh his words
CARLTON EDWIN SEVERANCE
Alias Shorty Spike
Im forever Playing baseball Skiing Bowling
Playing basketball Going t
s' I Just said Take a long walk on a short
My Adam is Father
My Eve is Mother
I m rarmg to Get a good Job or I, S Navy
Fha! Q riqhl flown mu allvu
NATALIE ELLA SHAW
las lNat S s
I m forever hating Q omg to the movies
Oops' I just said fee SN hi1
My Adam is Dad I ou ll knows ix hen I tind him
My Eve is Mom
I m raring to Be a dressm iktr
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BEVERLY ANN SHEDD
m foreytr Danting Swimming
Oops I Just said XX hat 'im I supposed to do
stand on my head and spit
y Adam is Dad and you know who
y Eye. is Nlom
m raring to Do nothing
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JANET MARTHA SILVER
Ahas Jan Toots
I m forever Sleepmg
Oops' I Just sa1d I ll do It later
Mx Ad'1m1s Mx brother Dad
Mx Eve ls Mom
I m rarlng to Oo to tollege
rr h r r lm In In fl!
ROWENA MYRTLE SMITH
Ahas Smxtty Honey
Im forever Smmmlng Reading Argulng
Makmg up wlth Lmdy
Oops' I Just sald That s fer sure That s fer
My Adam IS Eddxe Dad
My Eve IS Mom
Imrarmg to Own a small sweetshop with
Lzberly of thought zs lhe Izfe of the soul
AUBREY STEPHEN THOMAS JR
I m forever Huntmg Flshmg Travelmg
Oops' I Just sald You re not klddmgl
My Adam xs My father
My Eve IS My mother
I m rarlng to Make an easy hvlng
S0 Ihn! Q where all the fzvh wen!
LOUIS HARRY THOMPSON
Allas Loule Prof
Im forever Foolmg around wxth music Pho
Oops' I Just sald No future ID It
My Adam IS Dad
My Eve rs Mom
I m rarmg to G0 to Syracuse Journalism and
someday have my own paper
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JOHN ROYAL WALDO
I m forever On a grrdlron On a dnamond On
a gym floor
Oops' I Just sald Watch It or hell fake you
My Adam IS Dad
My Eve ns Nlom
I m rarlng to Succeed ln Physlcal Education
Prurtlrf' nmlms perferl
PAULINE ADA WILSON
A las Polly Xxvllly
I m forever Syummmg Horse back rldmg
Waltmg on tables
Oops Iyust sald Say now
My Adam IS Father
My Eve IS Mother
I m rarxng to Be a Hostess on a plane
I mfrru heart nmlmth I1 chrffrful Counlcn
JOHN ALLAN WIRTANEN
Im forever Golfing
Oops' I just sald Hunhh'
My Adam IS Fearless Fosdlck
My Eve rs Lassxe
I m rarlng to Be classlfied 4 F
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RALPH PETER ZULLO
Allas Pesto Pete
I m foreyer Huntlng NY 1th Joanne Gomg to
Oops I just saxd Darn the gettmg up so early
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WRITE NIE A LINYE A1
When we, the graduating class of 1951, entered Towle High
School in the fall of 1947, never did we realize that in four years
we would come in contact with a world so involved as ours.
As freshmen we had the feeling of security, but now as de-
parting seniors, the light dawns on us that not until we over-
come the aggression of Russia, will we be able to possess these
We are now well prepared to face this situation, in that, many
of this class will be departing for the armed forces in order to
quell these assaults of Russia. We trust that this will be the
last chapter written into our nation's history of war.
Let us turn back now to the first chapter of the class of 1951,
when, as freshmen we rambled through the corridors at Towle
and into the auditorium to get the first glimpse of our head-
master, Ernest M. Perkins. Our jitters soon wore off and grad-
, ually we became accustomed to the upperclassmen.
We balked at the idea of having to attend the Freshman
John Waldo Reception, knowing about what was to happen. Many of us
still remember the oddly shaped dunce caps that we wore the
day of initiation. After this extended day we became full-fledged members of Towle High School.
Still ringing in our ears are the shouts that preceded our first class meeting. Finally restoring order was
our first Class President, Edward Kennedy. Other officers were Joe Galotta, Vice-President, Henry
guimond, Secretary, Beverly Shedd, Treasurer, and Rocky Perkins, Representative to the Student
Apparently we brought a little luck along with us into Towle for it was in the fall of '47, on a brisk
Armistice Day afternoon, that we overpowered Stevens 13-7, not knowing that this would be our one and
only victory in four years with our bitter rival on the gridiron.
Not content with this, we forwarded a basketball team to participate in the Class B Tournament' at
Sweeney Post Hall in Manchester, N. H. This was the first team ever to represent Towle in a state high
school tournament. ,
Before we had time to realize what had happened, our freshman year came to an end. We were .quite
satisfied with this, our inaugural year, as many of our classmates took an active part in extra-curricular
Reappearing our sophomore year after an idle summer we gathered in Room 2. Believe it or not, this
room now has been made into the boys and girls locker rooms. Q l
Taking their respective seats as class ofiicers were John Waldo, President, Beverly Shedd, Vice-Presb
dentg Shirley Elfstrom, Secretary, Henry Guimond, Treasurer and Joe Galotta, Representative to the
Student Council. '
Now came our chance to show our dramatic ability to our parents. We presented "The Wedding" the
only comedy in the 1949 One-Act Play Contest Cand were defeated by the J uniors.D
With the Sophomore Carnival placed into our hands we had to show the school that we were fully capable
of putting on a week of entertainment, which we did quite successfully. U Q
Perhaps the greatest basketball team that ever represented Towle climbed to its he-ight during the
season of '48-49 when it compiled the remarkable record of twenty wins, the only loss coming at the hands
of Grafton, Mass. in the Boston Garden. Again Towle was present at the Class B Tournament at the
University of New Hampshire.
Our baseball team was equally as good for it participated in ,
ghe state championship at Keene only to lose to our harsh rival, John Wlrtonon
In our sophomore year we really prepared ourselves so that
we could take a respectable place on the main floor our follow-
We were not alone when we returned in the fall of '49 for our
Junior year. Taking the spotlight was the appearance of the
George B. Wheeler Gymnasium. So much did we treasure the
floor, the bleachers and the backboard, we kept everyone off
them. Now the gym has fixed itself into the everyday picture
and is used consistently for our physical education periods.
Elected into office as Junior Class President was John
Waldo. Others selected were John Wirtanen, Vice-President:
Beverly Shedd, Secretaryg Henry Guimond, Treasurer and
Shirley Elfstrom, Representative to the Student Council.
Again we tried our dramatic ability by giving "Lithuania"
but were dominated by the Seniors. We had one superiority in
We, the members of the class of 1951, in order to form a more
perfect life, establish ourselves, insure our forthcoming steps
up the ladder of life, provide for the betterment of our nation,
promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of free-
dom to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish
this last Will and Testament of the Graduating Class of Towle
To the Junior Class, as is the tradition, we leave Room 5 and
along with it the Senior Class debt. We hope you will be suc-
cessful in finding a solution without the use of the much-needed
Coke machine, which our efforts failed to bring us in the past
To the underclassmen, namely the Sophomores and Fresh-
men, we leave the examples which we have supposedly set for
you in our last year at Towle. Don't let it go to your heads,
gang! , U t
Our prexy, John Wirtanen, leaves his position to any Junior
Rockwell Perkins who thinks he can handle the job. Along with it goes a straight
r U jacket.
Janet Newell leaves her flirting characteristic to Joanne St. Cyr. Incidentally Joanne won't have far
Natalie Shaw wills her house for those wild parties to Ced Willey. We hear that Ced hasn't been doing
bad lately either.-
John Waldo wills his letter-writing ability to Pete Lubniewski. First, Pete, you'll have to get a girl that
goes to college, preferably Skidmore.
Ruth Gamash leaves her small appetite to Pauline Booth.
Beverly George wills her ways with servicemen to Charlotte Jennison.
Joe Galotta wills his allergy to money 425 and the brains that ran the concessions to Paul LaMothe.
You ll never get that green ink off your fingers, Paul.
Joyce'Rowe wills her chauffeuring to Betty Butler. Always carry an extra pair of springs, Betty.
Charlie Goyette leaves his bow tie lproperty of the Coniston Theatery to Richard Mudgett. We have
observed that Dick looks pretty good in one, too!
Patsy Heath wills her long blonde hair to Jenny Perkins.
Dick Brooksleaves his trips to Claremont to Ken Hamel. Don't you guys ever get those twins mixed up?
Joy Avery wills her Green Bonnet seat to Arlene Mountain, who should have great need of one. h
.Bob Randall leaves his motorcycle to Adrian Gentes. It might come in handy on those long hunting
trips, eh Adrian?
' Big Ed Kennedy leaves the stratosphere around Towle to Gordon Berquist. Please be careful of the
light globes, we understand that the ones down in the chem lab hang fairly low.
DRowena Smith and Abbie Newton will the job of preparing the notices to Gerry Emerson and Gwen
Louis Thompson leaves his brilliant answers in Mr. Bugbee's government classes to Paul Goyette. Just
don't get a seat which is front and center, Paul.
Dotty Barton wills her good report cards to Jean Richardson. lt doesn't pay to go steady, Jean.
Al Hague leaves his draft card to Gene Hoyt.
Janet Cummings leaves her knowledge of Canasta to Barbara Chartrand.
.Richard Hurd wills his blonde hair to Roland Gagnon. Along
with it goes a dozen combs and nine brushes, we don't want
it messed up.
Ray Greenleaf leaves his long legs to Richard Bulger. How's
the weather up there, Ray? We predict that Bulger will be in
the ground crew in a few years.
Phyllis Ford wills her quietness to Marlene St. Cyr. Mar-
lene has done half of our cheering for so long we feel she needs
John Berry leaves his "mouth full of teeth" to Don Spear.
Don looks pretty good with those new ones. Who knows, John
may become another Alan Ladd - in time. '
Eileen Hinze leaves those red faces lblushing that isb in
Government class to Cynthia Shepard. That isn't from make-
up either, is it Eileen?
Clesson Putnam wills his ability to survive without home-
work to Pete Cote. To Pete, this should come easy.
Janet Silver leaves her long walks home to Marjorie Haven.
Don't your feet ever get sore, Marjorie?
Soaring over the familiar landmarks en route to the 20th
reunion of the class of '51, I am interrupted by the stewardess
announcing that we are now landing at the Newport Municipal
Airport. I look up in surprise to find that the voice belongs to
my old classmate Beverly Shedd. She tells me that Rowena
Smith and Pauline Wilson are now serving on other routes of
the Trans-Continental Airlines.
Stepping from the plane I am greeted by Abbie Newton who
is now secretary to Lucille Babbitt, owner of the La Belle
it Hotel. Strolling to the waiting limousine, we discuss the prepa-
,,,,, .I rations for the Reunion Banquet of the Class of 1951. Standing
t 1 beside the car is another classmate, Norbert Beauchaine, who is
to be our chauffeur. As we speed along the super highway, Abbie
comments that this highway has been recently constructed
jf under the supervision of engineer, Earl Legacy.
- Entering the booming metropolis, I scarcely recognized some
of the old landmarks that I had known in my schooldays.
D01'0fhY Barton After the Moose Hall had been demolished by fire, a much
needed Community Center had replaced the ruins. It was
placed under the able guidance of two capable physical directors, Joe Galotta and Janet Newell. Within
the shadows of the Center stands the newest design in modern architecture for secondary schools. I am
not too surprised to hear that its designer was none other than Rocky Perkins. It houses a staff of model
teachers. Breaking an age old tradition, Janet Silver took over the position of principal at Towle High.
Assisting her are some of our former classmates, Ruth Gamash, Shirley Johns and Joyce Rowe.
At last we draw up in front of the La Belle Hotel where I am to spend the holidays. Ushering me into the
lavishly decorated lobby is doorman Charles Goyette. Seated behind the receptionist desk is Joy Avery.
Commenting on the splendor of the rooms I am told that Clesson Putnam, world famous interior decorator,
has recently redecorated the entire hotel in the latest trend. I am then shown to one of the lavish suites.
As I am about to enter, a familiar voice echoes a cheerful "hello." I turn to see a young lady dressed in a
Wave's uniform. It is none other than Elaine Karras, who is now serving as an officer in the Navy. I am
pleased to hear that she has the suite next to mine. Having nothing to do in the afternoon, Elaine suggests
a tour of the city to see all the new businesses that have replaced the older merchants.
We first agree that it would be wise to visit a beauty salon. Glancing through the classified directory, we
spot Raymond Greenleaf's name. It seems he now owns Greenleaf's La Grande Bakery, one of the largest
of its kind. Of equal importance in our complex modern world, is the International Trucking Lines owned
by our own Richard Hurd. At last we discover the salon section. Heading the list is "Lorry's Hair Stylist
Salon." The name strikes a familiar note in our minds and we choose this shop to satisfy our curiosity.
Upon arrival we direct our steps to the receptionist's desk to find a pert young secretary absorbed in her
work. She rises to greet us and we face another former schoolmate, Marion Rudenfeldt. She guides us into
the office of the renowned Lorraine Lepitre. As per usual, Lorry has plenty to say. While she personally
styles our hair for the gala occasion, we gather news of several other friends.
Janet Cummings is now supervisor of nurses at the Newport Mercy Hospital. Phyllis Ford and June
Persons have joined the Woman's Army Corps. John Salo's scheduled to open a branch ofiice of his lumber
business in Oregon. Shirley Elfstrom now owns a line of exclusive dress shops. Alice Racicot and Madeline
Boutwell have chosen careers as housewives. Joanne Dodge and Pete Zullo now own their own pharmacy.
As the afternoon wears on, we suddenly become aware of the time and hastily return to the hotel to make
final arrangements for the banquet. L .H B b .
Passing the news stand, I secure a copy of the Newport um e a blff
Sentinel with the flashing headlines announcing the return of
Ronald Newell and Lucien Gentes after a successful big-game
hunt in South Africa. They shot at many ferocious beasts and
were victorious in subduing a giraffe. Another item of interest
relates the second win for a former Newport resident, William
Newcombe at the Indianapolis Speed-Way. Bill has long been
under the watchful guidance of manager Ed Carley who has
taught him all the tricks of the trade. He also gives credit to
his skilled mechanic, Robert Randall. Laying the newspaper
aside, I proceed to numerous preparations for the gala affair.
Finally I join the group which has gathered in the lobby and
we set out for the Golden Horseshoe owned by Edward Ken-
nedy. Upon arrival we are ushered into the exquisite Mirror
Room by our host.
Although a number of years had elapsed since our gradua-
tion, we all looked forward to the day when we would be re-
united once again as the Class of '51,
CLASS HISTORY qconedp
that Violet P-utney was given honorable mention as best actress.
Our athletic teams did commendable work but it was of not the caliber to place them in any tourna-
Q The annual Junior Prize Speaking Contest took its place in the activities of a few of the Juniors. Walk-
ing! off with the top honors was Janet Cummings with Kenneth Roberts and Janet Newell following in that
Now came our first formal event in our three years at Towle the junior Prom What a Job it was
trying to get a few members of the class to serve on committees' The decorations for the auditorium were
completed while the orchestra was tuning up for its first number Even though all the work was done in the
last minute everything ran off quite smoothly
During the summer preceeding our Senior year many girls and boys of this class had the opportunity to
attend Girls and Boys State at the University of New Hampshire
We entered our senior year under the capable leadership of our new principal J ohn E Sideris
To guide us through our most responsible and last year at Towle High School we elected John Wirtanen
as Class President Rocky Perkins Vice President Lorraine Lepitre Secretary Henry Guimond Treas
urer and John Monroe Representative to the Student Council
Matters of business never came up as fast as they did during this year First it was the school paper
Spirit of Towle then it was class pictures graduation caps and gowns and name cards One Act Play
Contest Senior Three Act Play and then the yearbook It was quite difficult to try to make our Feb
ruary lst deadline and make enough money to pay for it
Let us now try to clear our mind of all thoughts and try to picture ourselves at some of the activities in
which we have taken part during this our senior year
I see Kenneth Roberts looking over a Spirit of Towle which he has proudly edited There s Dorothy
Barton our D A R representative There s Ronald Newell throwing out a man trying to steal second
base Here s Lucien Gentes blocking two men in the Stevens game There s Janet Cummings giving her
prize speaking selection Here s Shirley Elfstrom scoring a goal in a field hockey game There s Eileen
Hmze and Louie Thompson both having played a trumpet in the band for four years There s Janet Newell
strutting down the street as a maiorette There s Rocky Perkins going around right end for a sizable gain
Eeres Joe Galotta crippling all backs with his smashing tackles and Ed Kennedy going high after a re
We have enioyed watching others of this class but still more shall we cherish the memory of the days we
have left behind at Towle
CLASS PROPHECY QCont dj
Leading the assembled class as toastmaster is our former President John Wlrtanen who has gained
recognition as a professional golfer He calls upon Alfred Hague the recently appointed Secrctaiy of the
Navy to address the gathering Could this be our old classmate Al who always paddled his canoe on
land? Carleton Severence as usual is Al s chief adviser
Our next distinguished member is ,Iohn Waldo coach of the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame Since his
appointment at the college he has retained an undefeated team
Mayor ,Iohn Munro next lauds the contributions we have made for the betterment of our fellow citizens
In this community our sincerest gratitude goes to the law enforcement division under the supervision of
Police Commissioner Rogers Conroy Louis Thompson as publisher of the Newport Sentinel has built
up a top notch newspaper serving millions of readers In the field of dramatics Violet Putnev and John
Berry have brought many hours of entertainment to the theatre going public Richard Brooks as super
intendent of schools has contributed greatly in the field of education
Climaxing the eventful evening we danced to the melodic rhythm of Henry Guimond S orchestra with
featured vocalist Natalie Shaw
All too soon this Cinderella dav drew to an inevitable end Each must return to his own small role in
Arriving at the airport I proceed to the waiting room Much to my amazement I discover that one of
my fellow passengers is to be Eileen Hmze an old friend who is now a corporation lawv er in New York
While we recall the fondest memories of our vouth a distinguished gentleman approaches us We quicklv
recognize Kenneth Roberts Ken has often been acclaimed for his rehabilitation work throughout the
ravished countries of Asia I am anxious to hear his comforting reports of progress for I too have devoted
mv life work to and the less fortunate victims of the war
Flight 10 'Now Leaving For New X ork
Eileen and I bid a hurried good bve to Ken and rush to the plane Waving to us from the cockpit is
Edward Reney who will pilot this huge airliner
Several servicemen are returning to their camps and among them is Aubrev Thomas Nly' How dashing
he looks in that army uniform
Now as the plane rises into the air we carrv with us the cherished moments of our visit Thev will re
create the hours spent with thos whom we shall alwavs call our classmates and will portray that which
will remain as our home town
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CLASS WII L fCont dj
Bill Nevscombe lem es his red Jalopy to Andre LaXlothe -Xt least the brakes work Andre
Eddie Carlex leax es his excessixe ad libbing in exerw class plus those wise cracks at the right time to
John Tennex Thex sax it keeps the teachers awake how about tt Eddie'
Lorraine Lepitre vxills her peppx wax s to Irene Coidakis Irene should reallx haxe it now
Kenneth Roberts leax es his last minute dashe to school in the morning to 'Xlark Shepard With hen s
speed Shep should haxe a better awerage next xear
Joanne Dodge wills to Stephanie Nlahonex her recent book entitled Hou to Ixeep X our Steady
Steadx ,lo did all right Stephanie 7 No Comment
Ld Reney leax es his noontime romancing to Dick Gross This won t be entirely foreign to Dick
June Persons vsills her strong right arm which struck mam a blow during the home room period to Gerry
I merson It should come in mighty handx eh Gerry 9
Ronald Newell wills his tall tales of hunting and that accurate eye which netted him a deer last fall to his
brother Richard Dick we understand could haxe used this long ago
HBIIOII Did I say little?
Pauline Wilson wills her quiet courteous manner to Janet Duchesne I wonder if janet could ever use it
P Shirley Johns leax es her gab sessions before school to Peggy Prince You can set the books aside now
Norbert Beauchaine leax es with his diploma and that smile of pleasure Where have I heard that
Lucille Babbitt wills her industrious habits to anyone who happens to take French III Caution school
mates be on the lookout for Les Deux Idoles
Henry Guimond leaves his sarcastic remarks in those treasurer s reports to the person who gets elected
Henry extends his wishes for a speedy recox ery and says to have a bottle of red ink near by
Carleton Severence better known to us as Shorty wills his interest of the Boston Red Sox to Robert
Rothstein Steve O Neil s luck IS bound to change Bob
Beverly Shedd leaves to sister Alyce her ideas on the ways and means of getting bv without the right
answers in Government class
John Salo w1lls his track abilities to Walt Jones
Elaine Karras wills her address of that Navy man to Sherrill Rowe Another one might help
Madeline Boutwell wills her office duties to Lois Amidon
Rogers Conroy the only guy who has been able to score touchdowns against Stevens for the past two
years leax es his good humor and a catalog of Jokes to Alden Davis How does that one go about the golf
Nlarion Rudenfeldt wills her goldy locks to Rachel Geoffrion The part about the three bears we ll omit
John Munro leaves his pull with Vant1ne to anybody who happens to be in Boston for a few days and
has nothing else to do
Alice Racicot leax es her luck in getting herself a man to Ginger Rowe Ginger has so many now that
even her cellar won t hold them all
hA1ubrey Ihomas wills his sense of humor to Tommy Butler who I am sure could use a smile once in a
w 1 e
Vtolet Putney leax es her aCtl1'1g abilities to Celia Laakso Some of those expressions Celia gives out with
should look good up on the stage
Lucien Gentes leaves his wolfishness to Jimmy Wright Jimmy won t look a bit different with this char
acteristtc will you Jim?
Shtrley Elfstrom leaves her big red truck to any girl who thinks she can stt in that front seat and feel
so much at home with her guy
f Sndhto the Wrlters of the Class Will next year we leave our sympathy a half bottle of aspirin and three
u as tras s
Signed and sealed this 11th day of June
L R Nutz
Luck E Strike
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Frrst Row Cleft to rlghtb K Fenno H Connell M Luck I C0ldaklS P Lamothe B Ashley P Lubnlewskx
Butler R LHeureux J Perkms M Haven S Patten Second Row M St Cyr C Jennlson J Zlelmskx
Prlnce P Booth J Wmter B Oldham J Webster J Boutwell L Johnson V Barren S Rowe B Pevme
Karr D Perry O Spanos L Amldon lx Hamel C Booth P Goyette Fourth Row J Vllnkley I Smlth
Gross A Davxs R Newell C Wllley M Shepherd N Boyce G Hoyt S Blodgett R Mudgett L Beauchame
Smlth E Gebo
Pre51dem P LL1bI'llCWSk1
V1ce Presldent B Butler
Secretary B Ashley
Treasurer R L Heureux
Student Councll P Lamothe
Dec 18 Chrlstmas Dance
Jan 19 Jumor Prxze Speakmg
Feb 15 One Act Play Contest
Nlay 25 Jumor Prom
A. Wayne Loweryg Third Row: A. Clement, L. McGray, A. Wirta, R. Geoffrion, J. Libby, J. St. Cyr, V. Sherman
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Fxrst Row Cleft to fight, P Cote E Chartner A Usko H Blalsdell P Glazler N Tebo Second Row J Imeffer
S Blodgett J Newell H Brooks L Laroche B Webster N Lord C Laakso C Lund A Shedd G Devenger
M Currxer S Patten B Ixxmball D Rlchardson I Smxth Thlrd Row F Rodeschm P Zxehnskx J Wrlght
J Descoteau B Mudgett L hemp J Rlley C Shepherd E Beauchame C Morse C Murgatroy G Emerson
B Larkm V Goyette Henry Bulmcky Fourth Row M Flmt H Pxllsbury B Gossehn M Mlchaelson A
Gobm S Mahoney M Holt N Matthews J Rxchardson J Duchesne M Parnseau M Wllson S George
I Richardson B Lamphere Fnfth Row R Rothstem C Tuttle J Gonyea R Cunnmgham A Laruothe
A Hlrsch F McConnell D Swenson J Tenny L Fletcher D Smxth A Coronls D Spear T Butler Slxth
Row R Bartlett E Barrett ll Cloutxer R Reasoner J Prltchett A Gentes G Berqulst W Hackett
J Smxth J Scranton A Amudon P kelly J Wrxght
Presldent C Lund
V1ce Presldent N Lord
Secretary C Laakso
Treasurer A Shedd
Student Councll A Amldon G Devenger
Jan 29 Sophomore Carmval
Feb 2 Carnlval Ball
Feb lo One Act Play Contest
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Kneelmg Cleft to fight, W Jones J Marcotte W Murgatory H Avery W Johnson E Lehr A Worden E
Nelson D LaFounta1n O Kemp R Hendrxckso J Butler Front Row B Perra N Patten C Goyette A
Glrard J Hokkanen R Bulger D Prince S lxendall B Bartlett D Watson H Bugbee R Doolan B Chart
rand C Dudley M Gagne Second Row B Elgar S Smxth N Frye V Rowe D Jubb J Radford J Hooper S
McAdams S Gladue A Mountam J Vkoodhull lx Smclanr E Wmter A Tonkm N Shepard B Rego Orlmer
Bugbee Th1rd Row M Sherman M Greenleaf J Hamel M DeMayo B Jule L Cote M Thompson E San
born E Tuttle J Barry E LaBel1e V Rollms V Rowell H Wlllette Fourth Row H Burnham D Morrow L
Matheson R Hatch R W1rkkala L Hall R Vloodhull R Geoffrron C Pollard B Chartrand G Avery J Mc
Donough L Swenson M McAdams Fifth Row R Hodgman R Yetman R Pxke R Gagnon H Stoddard R
Touchette R Surrell F Brown S Swam R Bennett J Feenstra G Small R Gentes P Marr R Gulmond
Presldent Russell Bartlett
Vlce Presldent Daud Pr1nce
Secretary Shlrley Kendall
Treasurer Rlchard Bulger
Student Councnl Donald Watson Herbert Bugbee
March 2 Nlxd Year Dance
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Fxrst Row Cleft to flghlj J Dodge D Barton E Karras J Avery B Ashley J Cummings L Babbitt B Butler
R Geoffrnon J Newell E Hmze S Johns Second Row M Mlchaelson M Luck M Haven H Brooks J
Third Row. J Boutwell S Mahony J Webster L Amldon J Lxbby B Gosselm J St Cyr O Spanos
M St Cyr N Mathews P Prlnce C Iaakso
Presldent Lucxlle Babbltt
Vlce Presldent Janet Cummlngs
Secretary Blanche Ashley
Student COUHC11 Representatlve Rachel Geoffrlon
Advlsor Mrs H F Bulmcky
Sadle Hawkms Day Dance
Care Packages to Europe
Representatu es to attend DISIYICI Conference
Newell, J. Wright, B. Larkin, N. 'Lord, P. iielinski, G. Ernerson, J. Zielinski, Kernp, Webster,.J. Wintersg
HOME EC CLUB
Flrst Row ileft to rlghtl I Condakxs M Boutwell E Hmze E Ixarras V Putney J Dodge N Shaw S Johns
J Persons R Gamash J Rowe J Ixarr Second Row Mrs Donovan B Perra S McAdams lx Fenno B Pevlnc
V Barron L McGray C Jenmson V Sherman D Perry B Oldham S Gladue J Hooper Thlrd Row M
Gagne H Willett M Currler S Patten S Blodgett N Patten B Kimball J Wrlght J Descoteau J Duchesne
C Morse S Smith Fourth Row M Sherman L Cote E LaBelle B Rego S George E Beauchame M Green
leaf A Gxrard J Barrv L Hall M Thompson
HOME EC CLUB
Presldent Joyce Rowe
V1ce Presldent Lee McGray
Secretary Shlrley Patten
Treasurer Jean Barry
J unxor Red Cross Work
Home Ec Dance
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l'1rst Row fleft to rlghtb L Thompson P Glazler ,I Waldo P Lamothe T Butler E Reney Second Row
Mr Bryant A Coroms A Amxdon R Rothstein E Barrett Thlrd Row lx Roberts A Hxrsth J Salo R
Student Councll RepreQentat1xe
Representatu es Sent to Older Boy S Conference
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DRAMATIC AND DEBATE CLUB
Frrst Row Cleft to rlghtb M Fhnt L Thompson C Putnam lx Roberts B Elgar V Goyette Second Row
B Perra M Thompson C Dudley M Demayo B Chartrand R Doolan J Holtkanen 'Vlrs Hammond
Thlrd Row R Gagnon H Stoddard D Prmce J Berry Ill R Bartlett A Hrrsch R Bulgar
DRAMATIC AND DEBATE CLUB
Presldent Kenneth Roberts
VICE Presldent Kathleen Sl1'1Cl8lI'
Representatxve to Student Councll Cle on Putnam
The Debate Club conslsted of two teams the afhrmatwe team composed of Valderese Goyette and
Martha Flmt The negatxve was composed of John Berry and Allan Hlrsh
The toplc for dlscussxon was Resolx ed That The Amer1can People Should Reject The Welfare State
The two teams took part ln the Bates League w1th the followmg results
The negatlve team debated mth Keene at Keene and lost the debate 2 1 John Berry was selected
as the outstandmg speaker of the debate
The affirmatrve team debated vnth Lebanon at Newport and lost 3 0
The Dramatxcs group presented a Chrlstmas play at the school assembly ln December The play was
Roark Bradford's How Come Chr1stmas7 John Berry had the lead a Negro mmxster
Last Composed of
John Berry Howard Stoddard
Carolme Dudley Rxchard Bulger
Janet Hokkanen Davrd Prmce
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Secretary-Treasurer Bernice Elgar
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Front Row Cleft to rtghtj C Putnam C Lund B Ashlev J Waldo B Butler lx Roberts L Thompson J
Wlrtanen Second Row Advlsor Mr Ballou P Glazler S Mahoney G Devenger R Geoffrlon M St Ctr
takenlj Munro B Shedd
Presldent John Waldo
Ftrst Vnce Preexdent Kenneth Roberts
Second Vtce Prestdent Betty Butler
Thtrd Vtce Premdent Charles Lund
Treasurer Blanche Ashley
Secretary Bewerlx Shedd
Football and Hockex Dance December 1 1030
Orgamzed a Student Court
R. Bartlett, D. Watson.: Third Row:.P. Lamothie, P. Lubniewski, A. Amidon, H. Bulgbee. fAbsent'when pyicture
F1rstRow fle-fttor1ghLJR Ggoffrxon J Yldxnskx N Mathews I Babb1tt ,I Cummmgs F Rodcschm Seuond
Row Nh Barrv G Howt P Clazler j Swanton A Hagug N1 Shapard 'Nlrs 'Xlartm
Fxrst Row Cleft to rlghtj I Coxdalns J Lxhbx L Amrdon NI Rudenfeldt L Lepltrc J Cummlngs D Barton
,I ZlCllI'lSlxl S Patten B Webster Second Row H Connell L lxemp J Boutwell L jenmeon B Gosselm
F Rodeschm B Lamphere P Prmte L Cote E LaBelle
OFFICE ASSISTANTS AND HALL PROCTORS
Flrst Row Cleft to rlghtb S Rowe L Lepltre J Dodge E lxarras R Gamash J -Xxerx L Babbxtt 5 Johns
'N Matthews R Geoffrlon J Rowe C Shepard B Larkln Ni Rudenfeldt R Smith P Xhleon H Connell
Tlnrd Row 1 Xhrtanen P Goxette J Waldo E Legau E Renex P Clazrer A Amldon E Barrett R Nludg
ett Flfth Row R Newell R Lonrox R Randall R Greenleaf J halo -X Thomas J Galotta C Putnam
A. Newton. J. Persons, J. Winter, S.-Elfstrom: Second Rolv: J, Boutwell, A. Racicot, Ll Amidon, S. -Mahoney:
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Flrst Rovs Qleft to rlghtj J Radford J Newell B Ashley M St Cyr R Geoffrlon J Salo B Butler B Shcdd
lx Fenno IN Shepard Second Row Mr Herne M Luck F Jubb L Am1don R Xloodhull J Llbby B Pollard
C Pollard J Cummlngs S Patten lx Hxnre J lxreffcr J Chllds J Dubourdeau 'lhlrd Roxy A Worden
Fourth Roxy G Small M Holt lx Roberts A Lslxo T LSCIOIK H Bugbee P Lamothc J Butler A Hlrsch
R Pxke R Gagnon C-Xbsent when plcture was taltenj J Scranton P LUbUl8VlSlxl X Rowell
Presldent Conductor J Salo
Secretary R Geoffr1on
Student Counc1l Representatlve M St Cyr
Play ed at football games
Sold band calendars
Wlnter Carmval parade
Jo1nt Concerts w1th Charlestown
Band supper for parents
Sent representatlves to All 'Slew England
Band and All State Band
Xlernbers played for One Act Play Contest
Rochford, Danielson, Winter. E.-Tenneyr, IA. Siren, Plinze, Gheoffrion, J. Tenney, R. Nichols: C. Lund
Flrst Row Cleft to rlghtj L Amldon P Ford E Hlnze D Barton J Cummlngs B Butler S Mahoney lx
Roberts N Lord J Rowe P Heath M Luck L Johnson J Perltms Second Row P Zlellnskl NI Matthews
M Parlseau B Mudgett 'VI Mxchaelson J Zlt,lll'I'ilx1 B Ashley R C cotfrxon J XXebster C Emerson G Dcvcn
ger B Larkln M Haven L Larochc Tlnrd Row X Rollxns F XX1nter B Elgar I3 Chartrand J Hamel H
Brooks B Cosselln B Lamphcre M XX1lson B XXebster R Dooland X Rowe D Jubb J Hooper I-ourth
Row A XXorden C Lund J XXoodhull 'XI Thompson R CLOIITIOD R XXoodhull I Hall X Rowell C Pol
lard B Chartrand J Hoklxancn J XXlI1lxlt.V R Cunnlngham Flfth Row J XXr1ght F McConnell A lsko
L Thompson P Lamotht R Surrtll J Smxth XX Hackett I Cott C Marx D Morrow J Comea lnot
present when plcture was takcnj R Bulger
Presxdent Conductor K Roberts
Secretary N Lord
Student Councll Representatne S Mahoney
Lhrxstmas Carols at P T A
Comblned Concert wlth Charlestown
Representatrx es to All State
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ALL STATE ALL NEW ENGLAND BAND
Left to rlght P Lamothe L Thompson J Cummxngs A bsko J Salo Knot present when plcture was takenj
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First Row Cleft to rlghtb H Fulmond J Sllxer E Legatx J Cummtngs J Bern X Putnew E Ixennedx
Qetond Row L Babbltt J Newell J Avery J Rovse P Heath S Elfstrom Mrs Hammond Thlrd Row
lx Roberts J Wxrtanen E Carlex J C ilotta R Ierkms
SENIOR ONE ACT PLAY
A Northern Qoldler
A Southern Sergeant
A Southern Prlx ate
John Berry III
kenneth Roberts Janet Lummlngs
Assutant Stage Nlanager -Xlfred Hague
Patrma Heath Jox ce Rowe
: J ' Edward Kennedy
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F1rStRoxx fltfttorlghtj I Irlnu I Amldon B Butler J fxtlxnsltt B Aihlu R Ceoffrton O Spanos Setond
Row P Coxtttt R LIIeureux K Iloxt B Webster j Llbbs I Lamothe A Davm 'Xlr Buhgee
Johnathan VS esttope
Xmanda W esttope
XI ubelle ll esttope
Dax 1d X an Peterw
jc rrx Rlgge
JUNIOR ONE ACT PLAY
PARDON 'XIX ANICIISTORS
Roland L Heureux
Paul Gox ette
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First Rom Cleft to rlghtb J Stranton A Amldon I Clancr R Rothatun A Isl o A IIIYQLII Second Row
N1 NIILIYILISOII I lltllnskl L Murp.,atrow S Mdhonu M Flint C, Laakso Mrs Burzbu. Ihxrd Row D Spear
h Lhartltr F Rodtsthln ,I Rxthardson IL Barratt C, Lund
SOPHOMORE ONE ACT PLAY
Authore Lottman and Shaw
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SENIOR THREE ACT PLAY
Fxrst Row Cleft to flghtb V Putney J Rowe J Cummmgs J Avery L Babbltt S Elfstrom Second Row
K Roberts J Newell D Barton E Hmze P Heath L Thompson Mrs Bugbee Thnrd Row R Perkxns
J Wlrtanen H Guxmond E Legacy J Berry III Knot present when pxcture was takenj J Munro J Sxlver
SENIOR THREE ACT PLAY
Presented Aprll 13 1051
DF3m3l1Z6d by Perry Clark
from the book bv Hlldegarde Dolson
Nlrs Dol on
J ov Awerv
John Nlonroe Jr
WE SHOCK THE FAMILY TREE
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JUNIOR PRIZE SPEAKING
Fxrst Row Cleft to rlghtl P Innee J LlCllI'lSkl I Lamothe B Butler O Spanos Second Row J Lnbbw B Ash
ley R GCOHYIOH L Amxdon M St Cyr J Per ms
JUNIOR PRIZE SPEAKING
Olga Spanos flst DFIZCD Mary Stuart
Marlene St Cyr f2nd DFIZSD Txme
Joan Z1el1nsk1 f3rd IJFIZCD The Prlze Speakmg Contest
Lo1s Amldon The Button
Blanche Ashley Camllle
Betty Butler Cruclfixlon
Rachael Geoffrlon Dark Vlctory
Paul Lamothe Casey at Bat
Jenme Perkms The Messlah
Peggy Prmce Glve Me Llberty or Glve Me Death
J oan Llbby Prompter
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Flrst Row Cleft to fight, C Wxlley C Severance E Reney L Genres J Waldo J Galotta R Perkms R
Newell A Hague R Conroy N Beauchalne R Brooks Second Row Coach J Barry ass1stantA Lowry
J Feenstra L Beauchame P Lamothe J Scranton A Amldon Ix Hamel C Booth A Gentes R Rothstem
manager E Legacy Tlnrd Row J Gonyea manager R Gulmond R Newell O hemp J Marcotte S Swann
S. Blodgett, R. Gentes, D. Spear, J. Wright. ,
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Front Row Cleft to rlghtl J Bern J Galotta J Waldo E kennedy R Freenleaf A Hague J Wlrtanen
Second Row Coathj Barry P Govette P Luhmewskn L McGray M Shepard E Le au R Guxmond man
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Flrst Row Cleft to rlghtj A Coroms A Amldon J Scranton R Rothstem A Lamothe W Hackett Second
Rovs Coach A Lowry R Gentes R Yctman R Reasoner J Feenstra C Lund H Burnham
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
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Flrst Row Cleft to flghll C Severance In Reney J Calotta L Legacy R lerklns L ientes N Beauchame
R Brooks Second Row R Bulgar R Gulmond lx Hamel R lNewell H Cu1mond J Waldo R Xetman
D Morrow Coach J Barry Thlrd Row VN Murgatrov A Coronls D Swenson N Tebo R Rothsteln J
Gonyea R Newell C Lund Fourth Row O hemp C Xhllex L Beauchame R Surrell ll Hackett R
Reasoner P Glazler H Averv H Burham
St Mary s
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FIFSI Row Cleft to rlghtb D Bulger J Salo R Greenleaf P Coxttte Sttond Ron D Morrow R Surrtll XX
jones H Blalsdell A Davxs L Thompson Mgr
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LHCOHIH Sunapee 47
LHCOHIH T1lton lNorthfleld 44
'Xlanchester West 2
State Nleet at Durham Placed 2nd
Flrst Row Cleft to rrghtl J Fecnstra R Gcntes L MCC-ray R Greenleaf L Thompson R Conroy J Salo
G Hoyt D Spear H Blaxsdell Second Row VN Lowry fAss1stant Coathl P Marr VN Jones S Blodgett
R LHeureux P Cote A Davxe L Swenson D LaFounta1n J Berry Knot present when pncturt was taltenb
Conn Valley Meet
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VARSITY SKI TEAM
First Row Cleft to rtghtl A Daxls R I lleureux I Salo A Iamothc A HIlfSCll I f lantr Sttond Row 'l
er lx Roberts X Il g Q C ll xt J Vlrxg t Flnrd Row J Wm t ss I' Larltx ll Stod rr
P Marr fnot present xxhtn pltturt was taktnl J Munro
VARSITY SKI TEAM
Towle Won Stevens
Towle n Sunapee lst Stevens
Towle ost Stevens
Towle Won Sunapee
Towle 3rd place ln the Class B State Sln Nleet
A strmg of seweral tnacttxe seasons ended when Robert A Sklnner took over the rems
as Towle H1gh School s skt coach A late and snowless start coupled w1th the lack of
transportatton and mexpenenced materxal hampered the young team 1n tts hrst year of
maJor operatton Thex edged out two x1ctor1es lost one meet placed second ln a trtangu
lar and spl1t a serxes wlth Sunapee 1n a season of play
Hlgh spot came when four men raced for Towle and took thtrd place tn the meet by wm
nmg the slalom event and placmg second IH the downhmll contest June graduatlon wxll
end the careers of Johnny Salo Shorty Sex ex ance Al Hague John Munro Ed Carley and
Btll Newcombe The return of sexeral lettermen and the mcreaslng lnterest 1n the sport
potnt the wav to a tttle bound team IH the wmter of 1939
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F1rst Row Cleft to rlghtj J Webster R GCOHIIOD B Ashley J Newell S Elfstrom J Cummmgs J Zlelmskl
E Butler M Haven Second Row L Babbltt C Laakso J Hamel N Lord N Matthews F Rodeschm C
Murgatroy A Shedd R Doolan P Zlelmskl E Webster Mrs Martm Th1rd Row E Wmter A Mountain
R Geoffrlon M Mrchaelson B Gosselm J Rxchardson H P1llsbury B Larkm A Gobm
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L Amxdon J Boutwell J Z1el1nsk1 H Plllsbury Second Row N Matthews C Laakso P Z1el1nsk1 G Emerson
G Devenger B Gossehn L hemp V Rolhns A Shedd M Holt E Webster S Mahoney Mrs Martm
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GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM
Front Row Cleft to fight, O Spanos E Webster L Amxdon P Z1e11nsk1 C Laakso B Pev1ne J Newell M
Rudenfeldt N Shaw C Murgatroy J Zxelmskl F Rodeschm J Rlchardson J Rowe S Mahoney Second
Row J St Cyr L Babbxtt A Glrard J Barry J Hamel J Rlley G Devenger L Kemp M Parxseau J
Wrlght M Prmce J Duchesne V Rollms L Johnson J Hooper Mrs Martm Thlrd Row J Radford
J Newell S George V Barron L Cote C Dudley B Elgar M Thompson B Lamphere M Greenleaf M
Sherman L Hall M Holt S Gladue A Mountam Fourth Row M Currler B Perra K Fenno S Patten
N Lord M DeMayo P Heath B Gosselm V Putney H Plllsbury J Rlchardson B Rego E LaBelle J S11
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J Newell B VS ebster J Newell E Iegau R Brooks
Second Ron S Patten lx Hamel I Sxlver R Qonrox
R Llrleurcux C Hoyt I St Cu' Mr Bryant
The Orange Key IS fundementally a student
pollce force whrch under the d1rect1on of the
faculty OHTCIHICS at atheletlc act1v1t1es M
Bryant IS the faculty advlsor
It has been a falrly act1ve organrzatlon
smce ltS formatlon m 1950 The dutres of the
Orange Kev are to dnrect people ln the bulld
mg at basketball games to keep them off the
new gym Hoor and to take tlckets Durmg
football games Orange Key members take
trckets at the gate
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M St Cwr J Newell B Webster J INewell
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CONDON S SUPER MARKET
L L Ransom 6. SON
JOHN R KELLY
Newport New Hampshlre
KRANS DEPT STORE
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NEWPORT SHOE. STORE
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Newport N H
GARDNER S SHOE SERVICE
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The School of Thoroughness
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Korn Alley Newport
HOYT S MARKET
ROYAL SHOE STORE
39 Sunapee St N woo t N H
MARTIN S HARDWARE
OUTFIT CLOTHING CO
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Enlargements Photo F1nxsh1ng
Prop Don Bennett
Tel 259 Newport
Lumber of All Kmds
Rough and F1n1shed
Gulld Road T 14
THE FLOWER SHOP
Eagle Block Newport
Flowerphone 165 W
Where flowers are correctly styled
G1fts and Greetxng Cards
for every occasxon
MISS Baxley Mlss Fuller
DOUGLASS BARBER SHOP
4 Maln St
LUCCA FRUIT CO
J Bonarcosx Prop
The store w1th 1000 and one
Claremont N H
L G BALFOUR CO
Class Rlngs and Plns
Commencement Invltatlons Dxplomas
Xledals and Trophles
Represented by Sawyer G Lee
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CHARLES V. RACICOT
and lt s all done wlth
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a spotllght there and xour portrart takes on the
appearance of real form and lndlvldualltx
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effects can be best used How eaerly they can
reflect your pereonalltx
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132 Boylston Street
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Sunapee St Newport N
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Flow ere for Ex ery
140 No Ma1n St Newport
G M C Trucks
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CORBETT OIL CO
Coal and Bottled Gas
Belknap Ave Newport N
SUGAR RIVER PHARMACY
The Przendlu Drug Siore
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