Towle High School - Spirit Yearbook (Newport, NH)

 - Class of 1954

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STAFF Newport, New Hampshire JUNE 1, 1954 edicafiolz We the Class of 1954 dedicate our yearbook, The Tiger, to the mem ory of our beloved classmate, Sandra jill Taimi. 3 Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? or who shall stand in his holy place? 4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart, Who hath not lifted up his soul into vanity, nor sworn deceitfully 5 He shall receive the blessing from the Lord, and righteousness from the God of his salvation. gaculfy 11' 5 fn' mn-,J ,lyfggulfijrfi ff Q! : 5 ?55?lf,f55g X Xove those dear hearts and gen - de yw . wht, me in ,234 . . ' ' Q' - '5"" " 31344 2:55-5 " iv:m5???:::.Z 'Er - -1 ' I R " 1 X 3 . ,, ' -gg f? :f.s: ?3 s ,? EE :ss ,Z 'idim Dun G9 O dam, G1 F C YQ " f 'W: 'f 5 ?g,g -'gif Fili-:E5?i7gf mY home mwn Bc - cause :hose dear beans and '1 f glg' 535 gn ,f5f ' 53" 5 5 5 5", ff157 2ff:ffl11? 9g 55'yf5?"i"54f ' ! 1 1 1 mei 4 afiifsw' . 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B.-1943 Barnard College, Columbia English 10 and 11, Latin I and B' A.-1946 Il, Guidance counselor, Advis- English, French, Spirit of Towle, Yearbook, Prize Speak- ing. er to Grade 11, Cross-country Coach, Track Coach, junior Prize Speaking Coach, One Act Play Director. . 1- .31 " .Aj WILLIAM L. BRYANT University of New Hampshire B. S.-1928 M. Ed.-1942 Physics and Chemistry, Facul- ty Manager. IEANETTE VAN KLEECK Keene Teachers College B. Ed.-1952 Foods anal Nutrition, Clothing and Textiles, Marriage and Family, Home Economics Club. DGROTHY E. JONES Plymouth Teachers College B. Ed.-1932 Economics, Bookkeeping, Per- sonal Typing, School Secretary, Tri H i-Y Adviser HARRY E. VAN KLEECK Keene Teachers College B. Ed.-1953 Driver Education, junior High Basketball, V. Baseball. EDWARD C. FITZGERALD Springfield College B. S.-1953 History of Civilization, Mod- ern European History, Eco- nomic Ceography, Assistant Football Coach, V. Basket- ball Coach, junior Prize Speak- ing Chairman. IRENE V. BERC Plymouth Teachers B. Ed.-1947 Psychology-Sociology, General Science, Biology, Prize Speak- ing, Freshman Class Adviser, Cheerleading, One Act Play. NANCY j. LEDOUX University of New Hampshire, Mt. St. Mary's College B. A.-1949 English, Prize Speaking, Li- brary, Senior Play. DAVID W. WEAVER Boston University College of Music B. M.-1952 Music Supervisor, Chorus and Band. 'E' MM 'BQ SCOTT E. HASTINGS Keene Teachers College E. Ed.-1948 Woodshop, Mechanical Draw- ing. MARIE P. MEIKLEIOHN University of New Hampshire B. S.-1952 Physical Education, lnterschol- astic Hockey, Basketball, Soft- ball. K , PRISCILLA F. I-IASTINCS Plymouth Teachers College B. Ed.-1934 Shorthand I and II, Typing I and II, Office Practice, Treas- -urer for Towle School Associ- ates and Towle Athletic Fund. VAN S. EVANCBELOU University of New Hamnshire B. S.-1948 Physical Education, Director of Athletics, Coach of Football, Baseball, Gymnastics Club. - rm UM , . 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' , f f f Z ie , - bei ' ' f Q , f I Il ' 3 ' ' 43 a f ff 1 If 1 ' gl..-C: ' 90' I I , I ' ' 9 ff - Z ff: , HERBERT G. BUGBEE A wheel that whirls . . . class president loves a party . . . the music goes round and round . . . driving a big red wrecker . . . friendly grin . . . New London girls . . . smoke stack . . . Briggs WILLIAM E.- JOHNSON Carefree . . . "take it as it comes" . . . witty . . . arm load of groceries . woman hater . . . pencil propped behind ear . . . chem whiz . . . effi- cient . . . veep of senior class . . . handsome gay clothes . . . Willie JOHN P. BUTLER Quiet . . . efficient . . . laughing Irish eyes . . . an able leader . . . studious . . . fancy skating . . . dimples . . . bass drum . . . student council presi- dent . . . determined to make a name for him- self . . . john MARLENE A. GAGNE 54's minute keeper . . . life ambition to stop making errors in typing . . . green sweater over nylon blouse . . . enticing sort . . . roving eyes . . . dancing demon . . . boyfriends right and left . . . lost without dependable wallet . . . Dimples ROLLIN W. GENTES Stella athlete . . . ladies' man . . . "yep" . . . center of attention . . . gone wishing . . . putt, utt, putt!!! . . . keeper of "54's" mint . . . deep, husky voice . . . nonchalant gait . . . fantastic ghost stories . . . good for laughs . . . Gent Flaxen hair . . . nomadic classmate . . . "let's go to the movies" . . . flirtatious eyes . . . gabbing with the girls . . . orange key member . . . ardent rooter of Towle Athletes . . . creator of new fads , . Blondie. GORDON M. AVERY Mechanic . . . tall and slender . . . sport jackets and grey pants . . . choice of used cars . . . sipping soda with a certain girl . . , better late than never . . ."ain't telling you" . . . wine women and song . . . Creg IEAN A. BARRY RUSSELL H. BARTLETT . R i ' ft Meaningful smirk . . . burning up the lab . . . A R e- white starched shirts with rolled up sleeves . . . a friendly peep from a jeep . . . the evidence is the blush . . . white bucks . . . athletic Tiger . . . inno- cent pencil pilferer . . . Russ CONSTANCE B. BROWN Pretty brown eyes . . . generous freckles . . . a shy and friendly smile . . . willing to help . . . efficient . . . Kelleyville commuter . . . orange key . . . armload of books . . . terrific softball wallop . . . tomorrow's efficient secretary . . . Connie 'I3 HARRY E. BURNHAM johnny-on-the-spot . . . always interested . . . efficiency expert . always willing . . . super sales- man . . . mighty hunter . . . comics enthusiast . . . voluble and versatile . . . Unchie ROSS CLARKE Lagging stride . . . silence is golden . . . sharp BEVERLY A. CHARTRAND Excellent square dance swinger . . . writing let- ters . . . darkrimmed glasses . . . master of the typewriting key board . . . soda fountain 'patron- izer . . . cable stitch sweater and black skirt . . . a natural complexion . . . pajama parties . . . Pudgy MARION E. COLES Continuous sports routine . . . proxy . . . ex- treme earnestness . . . tight skirts . . . boyish stride . . . future physical education coach . . . find me enjoying a party . . . "who, me! nevva!" . . . white varsity sweater . . . Betts 14 ski sweaters . . . congenial manner . . . man about town . . . "You're like that" . . . tall and slender . . . live and let live . . . sandy colored hair . . . hangout-gas station . . . Ross LINDA M. COTE Admirable personality . . . click click of knitting needles . . . jet black hair . . . prospecting the teach- ing field . . . white starched blouses . . . "Oh su--gar!" . . . a beguiling blush . . . soft spoken . . . Linda MARY J. DE MAYO Extreme slightness . . . gift of gab . . . be- wildered . . . "How divine" . . . fragrance of heav- enly perfumes . . . flaming cheeks . . . character- istic clothes . . . tempted by a soda fountain . . . twinkling eyes . . . moderate behavior . . . Feathers . . . Robin ' 'lb CAROLYN J. CU RRIER Sheepish grin . . . lover of convertibles . . . scuffing loafers . . . green and white striped blouse . . . gentle pleasing smile . . . "That's what you think" . . . soft-spoken independence . . . dark bob- bed hair . . . lending her voice to the chorus . . . Carol ROBERTA I. DOOLAN Long telephone conversations . . . "Am I em- barassed" . . . fair and fragile . . . contagious gig- gle . . . big blue eyes . . . square dancer . . . pixie shoes . . . grey jumper . . . professional baby sitter . last minute decisions . . memories of Florida sbflw'-A hi - f 1-A 'l""'.-. .'if'..,j, ,' w J -12 CAROLINE G. DU DLEY Rousing team spirit . . . "Who goofed?" . . . short taffy colored hair . . . caring for patients . . . pink lipstick . . . available for committee work . . . enthusiastic archer . . . quiet and attentive . . . attractive suits . . . Duds ROLAND T. GAGNON Never a dull moment . . . the lost chord . . . plaid hats . . . parlez-vous francais? . . . keeps teach- ers on their toes . . . extensive speeches . . . a genuine interest in class activities . . . "That's real cool" . . . correspondence to Maine . . . sputtering antique . . . Jazz Bow JOHN F. FEENSTRA Dashing good looks . . . "What gives" . . . at- tracted to blondes . . . snappy sport clothes . . . . gridiron excellence . . . an easy going charm . . . eating ice cream . . . National Guard . . . books forgotten at 3:08 . . . reserve in a crowd . . . skilled penman . . . Moxie RITA R. GEOFFRION Boisterous laughter . . . frank, forceful speaker . . . pert and pepy . . . preparing to don white cap . . . eager, energetic and explosive . . . colored knee socks . . . "anyone going to Claremont?" . a flurry of activities . . . sweaters and skirts . . . Boney 16 ALICE 'E. GIRARD Fix-a-ticket-Girard . . . "That's unconstitutional, I demand to see mv governor" . . . master of mv- self . . . tan corduroy jacket . . . short sleekhair . . Claremont shopping tours' . . . active in sports . . . fetching smile . . . consistent jabbering . . . always busy, never slow . . . Alias CHLOE A. GOYETTE. l Keeper of the door . . . office habitue . . . "Oh janet, you doll!" . . . pink cardigan . . . a 3:08 dash for the bus . . . spontaneous smile . . . willingness to assist when needed . . . when girls get together . . . a modest reddening of the cheeks . . . Kiki SUSIE A. GLADUE Refined and quiet . . . white socks and sneak- ers . . . diligence and skill . . . secret loves . . . braintree . . . "I want to go home!" . . . uses up stationery quickly . . . victorious in achievements . . . enjoys secretarial work . . . conversable . . . Sue MAXINE B. GREENLEAF Import from Guild . . . on the ball bearings . . . "Oh ya!" . . . exclusive garb . . . a shy beam . . . unusual sayings that keep us laughing . . . capable and conscientious . . . endless confabs with the girls . . . well-groomed hair . . . Macky 'I7 RICHARD A. GUIMOND Cray flannels and white bucks . . , Duncan Hines of '54 . . . "Call me anything but don't call me late for lunch" Y . . a constant teaser . . . a long dribble and a quick pass . . . Black Chevy . . . winsome smile . . . Dick JOYCE M. HAMEL g A shrill peel of laughter . . . chatterbox . . . car- LOUISA B. HALL Wallet chucked full of pictures . . . sweet, shy and sincere . . . mail and males . . . self-styled at- tire . . . studious intellectual . . . knows her own ries a torch for the Navy . . . natural kinky hair . . . uninterrupted practice of sports . . . a variety of clothes . . . scurry of flashing ice skates . . . "That'll teach ya" . . Hambone mind . . . "Show me" . . .-winning smile . . . part- time secretary . . . Squeezer George" . . . interesting conversationalist . . . fun to be with . . .I closets full of clothes . . ., driving Dad's chevy . . . I'm ravenous . . . heart of gold . omate costume iewelry . . . sports fun . . . jan JANET M. HOKKANEN Generous . . . rustling taffeta . . . "That's real 18 JANE E. HOOPER Speedy service with a smile . . . noise is not necessary for success . . . gentle speech . . . virtues to admire . . . "Don't know do ya?" . . . trim in ap- pearance . . . white bucks . . . friendly eyes . . . meticulous . . . janie WALTER R. JONES Archaic . . . "Oh, I would say that!" . . . raring to make first million . . . surpassing qualities in pole vaulting . . . In my merry Oldsmobile . . . that telltale walk . . . sweat shirts, . . . zealous responses . . . polished manners . . . informed by reading . . Walt MARY E. JONES Sparkling ring finger . . . vivacious . . . "Don't know do you?" . . . frank opinion . . . meditative moments . . . animation plus excitement . . . wide selection of neckerchiefs . . . dark eyes . . . unique laughter . . . Mrarilou DOROTHY E JUBB Dimple deviltry . . . boogie pouring from a hot sax . . . number please . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . "golly" . . . busy as a bee . . . gang of girls in Buick . . . watching T. V .... sure to get by . . . "Have you heard the joke about-" . . . Winning qualities and amiability . . . Dotty I 'I 9 but swift . . . Kempa OLIVER L. KEMP Cowboy boots . . . Mr. Touchdown U. S. A. . . . gremlin . . . "One of you guys got your work done?" . . . hunting deers and dears . . . Oh! those dinner dates . . . famous for goofing off . . . short, JOHN 1. MARCOTTE Black rumpled hair . . . smooth dancer . . . dependable model T . . . football powerhouse . . . , u 5 - . taiw as SHIRLEY M. KENDALL Part-time secretary . . . million dollar smile . . . nothing is impossible . . , angora bonnet . . . "really, what's the matter with you anyhow?" . . . hunting with a certain guy . . . large gold and silver medallions . . . Dad's light green Dodge . . . endearing . . . roller skating . . . Shirl PHILIP R. MARR Rapid gait , . . call of the wold . . . champ cross country runner . . . "Don't" . . . orange and black Towle sweater . . . asset to student council . . . uneasiness . . . manifesting vigor of mind , . . able assistant on delivery truck . . . one of the feminine set always handy . . . Phil 20 'fIt's fun" . . . black motorcycle jacket . . . wry grin . . . lanquid stride . . . Saturday-night fun ... proud . . . Jack JOHN F. McDONOUGH Genuine hard-working farmer . . . Oh! to live a life of leisure . . . our class clown . . . "Wal, I'll be dog boned" . . . slow engaging smile . . . open book to closed mind . . . great hunter . . . side-burns . . . class dodger . . . anything for a friend , . . Mac WALLACE F. MURGATROY Whiffle . . . goal line plunge . . . collegiate specs . . . "Don't you wish it?" . . . concealed joy- fulness . . . long walks home . . . short in stature . , . straight unruly forelocks . . . perservering worker . . . rippled fenders . . . Murg ARLENE M. MOUNTAIN Gum chewer of the class . . . older boys pre- ferred . . . catches up on sleep in class . . . dun- garees and shirt-tails . . . a cup of coffee does won- ders . . . informal conversations . . . "Thanks, you're a doll" . . . dancing in the dark . . . Lucky EMIL K. NELSON Shuffling, grumbling, mumbling . . . grease monkey . . . practical prankster . . . that red con- vertible . . . "Per da boids" . . . clacking of metal heels . . . red corduroy shirt . . , scallops and French L fries . . . diligent worker . . . Bingo 21 : f RANDALL L. PIKE Plaid shirts and levis . . . future editor of the New York Times . . . photography fiend . . . teller of tall tales . . . "I'll clue ya" . . . Dad's green Mer- xa A - BILLIE 1. PERRA Abilities . . . mass of curls . , . sport blouses . . . naturally nice . ., . "Don't that frost you?" . . . skating on the common . . . seen but not heard . . . participant on girls basketball court . . . great sen- sibility . . . supporter of ice cream parlor . . . Shorty CYNTHIA M. POLLARD Word of encouragement . . . tall and willowy . . . apple a day . . . conservative dress . . . expres- . ur- e... ,-N . . J' -iF1"Zf 'xr ' ff -X 1123, -za fi . - Q43 q -- ., jfs. wx cury . . . a must on the spirit staff . . . captivating manner . . . Randy DAVID G. PRINCE Sleeping in chem class . . . brilliant mathema- tician . . . season game hunter . . . "Don't haggle" . . . owner of own Ford . . . soda jerk . . . persua- sive debates . . . eminent musical ability . . . mas- culine qualities . . . Dave 22 sive brown eyes . . . quiet humor . . . "Well, for heaven's sake" . . . happiness found within the family circle . . . poise . . . Cynt JANIGE A. RADFORD Vivacious gaiety . . . cute diamond ring . . . life of the party . . . quick wit . . . explosive dark eyes . . . "You're a doll!" . . . exclamatory out- bursts . . . black becomes . . . rogue's gallery wal- let . . . Saturday nights . . . desirable . . . charming personality . . . jan VIRGINIA A. ROWE Vast record collection . . . incessant talker . . . Florida sun tan . . . passion for fashion . . , gradu- ation pays off inform of red convertivle . . . the perfect hostess . . . "I'm only kidding" . . . found hunting food . . . dancing feet . . . Ginger sister . . . Gena VIRGINIA R. ROLLINS Gridiron strutter . . . tigress basketball player . . . "Drive it or park it! you'd better park it!" . . . spoken for . . . cute and coy . . . noble is her own worth . . . delicate . . . numerous variations of apparel . . . jaunts in green chevy . . . a twinkle in her eye . . . Ginny VIRGINIA A. ROWELL China blue eyes . . . soft auburn hair . . . sweet and sincere-. . . "What a queerf . . . T. V. eyes . . . delightful personality . . . fun and fancy free . . . lovely to look at . . . pink suit and loafers . . . Big NANCY A. SHEPARD Petite . . . strutting in front of the band . . . "Dig that crazy music" . . . love laugh and be happy . . . It's three o'clock in the morning . . . -f if Q.-A lf F s. .fe EDITH G. SANBORN Always looks cheerful . . . companionable quali- ties . . . simplicity . . . well-trimmed bangs . . . . "Why doesn't that mailman come?" . . . plaid skirts . . . bustling about . . . fluffy blue hat . . . long Evjlk to the north end . . . basketball fanatic . . . ie MARIE A. SHERMAN Desirable, lovely, little laughs . . . some say she's bashful - others doubt it . . . hand-sewn moc- M - tiit, ,,,wi casins . . . delights in horseback riding . . . "Gosh darn it" . . . the farm pick-up truck . . . envious complexion . . . Meme C. :iff "' 'iii f ' if? ,ig 'ff',QfePj, 'lf' ' fit?-5 fx. ki".fif,:i:i M, .f . .i - tff- as X NX .aa .- sf' wiip. unending giggle . . . navy ski pants and a red parker . . . Shep KATHLEEN H. SINCLAIR Pyramid of bulging books . . . familiar secre- tary around T. H. S .... Irving's favorite passen' get . . . "Oh! what's the-diff!" . . . nylon blouses . . . neat and efficient . . . prolific note-taking . . . honey colored curls . . . Kathy GERALD C. SMALL Man about town . . . "Vich es da matta for r you?" . . . room for the whole band on the back of the truck . . . swoons over Jane Russell . . . come with me in my flying machine . . . dark wavy hair . . . congenial . . . dungarees . . . pearly teeth through a broad smile . . . Ierry HOWARD H. STODDARD Persuasive politician . . . springy rapid pace . . . omniscient , . . serious gentleman . . . flying form on 'skis . . . A'That's unconstitutional" . . , week- ends at the park . . . plaid shirts . . . unruly black hair . . . clear the roads . . . Howie SUSIE B. SMITH The third finger sparkles . . . blue and red ski sweater . . . the unspoken word . . . "Who done it?" . . . slightness , . . setting out to be a homemaker . . . always REDDY with a smile . . . a sweet girl to know . . . fine black hair . . . Sue MARJORIE E. THOMPSON Studebaker headed toward Unity . . . the world belongs to the ambitious . . . white turtle- neckedsweater . . ,"'Oh, darn!!" . . lovable charac- teristicness . . . cheerful heart . . . quiet compe- tence . . . swathy complexion . . . tidily stacked books . . . Marge. 25 2.32-Z., P 3 .'J " .IANICE M. TUCKER Hope chest happy . . . always game . . . Miss secretary . . . appreciative . . . weighted down with an oversize ring . "Oh, Geeln . . . concoctor R of delicious sundaes . . . facetious . . . aqua jersey . . . long brunet waves . . . home at mid-night . . . 'lany ELEANOR L. WINTER Stubborn curls . . . always a helping hand . . . cake and cookies . . . ujeesum Crow" . . . one of H -W--M the intellectual set . . . kitten on the keys . . . be- witched, bothered and bewildered over R. D .... the quiet type?? . . . uncontrollable gurgles of laughter . . . Nana IOHN E. WILLETTE R Baseball sparkplug . , . dilly-dally . . . last min- ute preparation . . . bumming home . . . reposeful and mannerly . . . khaki pants . . . aversion to women . . . all-around sort . . 1 devouis quantities of food . . . National Guard . . . Big john RICHARD A. WIRKKALA Innocent day dreaming . . . slowpoke . . . in- dividualist . . . blonde crew cut . . . high boots . . . "I ain't telling you" . . . prospecting the town in own auto . . . outdoor boy . . . gentle spirit . . . taking off to the see the world . . . observant . . . Turkey 26 JOAN F. WOODHULL H d' sition . . . dependable . . . flatter- ing glialsgeys . lslX?'Oh shoot!" . . . unexpected,humor . . . a sincere friend . . . the way to a in3nS hear! . . . pastel sweaters . . . a crowning glory . . . fly- ing low in a Hudson . . . neat as a pin . . . Joanle AUBREY D. WORDEN Walking dictionary . . . microscopic writing . . . pint-size dynamo . . . hot-rod . . . "I'll consider it" . . . emphatic trumpet player . . charcoal thatch of curls . . . faithful church attender . . . deep husky voice . . . Aub ROBERTA A. WOODHULL Stylish apparel . . . eager cheer . . . convincing manner . . . "What a fruit" . . . energetic . . . rov- ing eyes . . . expansive grin . . . sparkling blue is an official wastebasket . . . Bobby ROBERT R. YETMAN Disreputable dungarees . . . Red Sox fan . . . delivery boy . . . Part-time inhabitant of Pleasant Street . . . ,man of determined convictions . . . foul shot and one point for our side . . . instigator of jokes played on a certain teacher . . . easily recog- nized chuckle . . . Yet 27 eyes . . . cruising in a light green Dodge . . . desk diabolical behavior ,gel 'file filings We - - - U Cordon Avery - Colf l5 Clee Club l,2. jean Barry - Basketball l5 Y-teens l,2,35 Home Economics Club 1,25 Oranke Kev 2,3,4. Russell Bartlett - Football 45 All-State Football 45 Baseball 3,45 Class Officer l CPresidentD5 Profile Boy's State 3: One Act Play 35 Senior Play 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Constance Brown - Basketball 3,45 Softball 35 Office Assistant 4. Herbert Bugloee - Baseball 25 Clee Club 2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 All' State Band 3,45 Class Officer 2,3,4 Qpresitlcntig Student Council l,2,3,45 One Act Play 25 Senior Play 45 Committees l,2,3,4. Harry Burnham, jr. - Football 1,2 ClVlanagerD5 Cross Country 45 Basketball 1,2 CManagerD5 Band 4 CColor CuardD5 Hi-Y 3,45 Older Boys Conference 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Hall Proc- tor 45 Committees l,2,3,45 Art Club 45 Senior Play 4. ,lohn Butler - Band l,2,3 CTreasurerD, 4 fPresidcntD5 I-Ii-Y 1.2 CSecretaryD, 3 CVice PresidentD, 4 CPresidentD5 Student Council 3,4 CPresidentD5 Hall Proctor 35 One Act Play 2,35 Senior Play 45 junior Prize Speaking 35 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Y.M.C.A. Youth and Government Program 35 Committees l,2,3,4. Beverly Chartrand - Clee Club l,2,3,45 Yfteens 2,35 Spirit of Towle 45 Orange Key 2,3,4. ' Boss Clark - Basketball 2,35 Committees l,2,3,4. Marian Coles - Field Hockey l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheering 45 Clee Club 1,25 Choir 25 Class Officer 2 CVice PresidentD5 Dramatic Club 1,25 Dramatic Contest 25 Y-teens 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 3,45 A.A. 1,25 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Office Assistant 1,25 Hall Proctor 45 Librarian 25 Honor Roll 1,2535 Senior Play 45 Committees l,2,3,4. Linda Cote - Home Economics Club l,2,3,4 CPresidentD5 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Roll 2,3,45 Cirls State 35 Com- mittees 3,4. Carolyn Currier - Softball l,2,3,45 Clee Club 1,35 Home Economics Club l,2,3,4. Mary De Mayo - Clee Club 2,3,45 Dramatics and Debate Club 15 Home Economics Club 3. Roberta Doolan - Field Hockey 15 Basketball 15 Cheerleader 3,45 Twin State Valley Cheerleader 45 Clee Club l,2,35 Band 2,3,45 Y-teens 2,45 Dramatics 15 Yearbook Staff 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Home Economics Club 35 Senior Play 45 Committees l,2,3,4. 28. Caroline Dudley - Basketball 4 ClVlanagerD5 Glee Club 2,3,45 All- State Festival 45 Dramatics and Debate Club 15 Home Economics Club 35 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Orange Key 45 One Act Play 2,35 'Senior Play 45 Committees l,2,3,4. john Feenstra - Football 1,2,3,45 All-State Football 45 Basketball l,2,35 Track 1,25 Student Council Representative 35 A.A. 4. Marlene Gagne - Glee Club 3,45 Music Festival 35 Class Officer 4 CSecretaryD5 Home Economics Club 1,45 Girls State 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Committees 3,4. Roland Gagnon - Cross country 3,45 Track 3,45 Band l,2,3,45 German Band 3,45 All-State Band 45 Hi-y 1,2535 Dramatics 1,25 Photo Club 1,25 Senior Play 45 One Act Play 2,35 Student Council 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Rollin Gentes - Football 152,354 QCO-CaptainD5 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Twin State Valley All-Star Team 3,45 Captain of the T.S.V.A.S.T. 45 All State Football 3,45 A.A. 2,3 CTreasurerD5 Class Officer 4 CTreasurerj5 Hall Proctor l,2,3,4. Rita Geoffrion - Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,35 Softball 25 Band 1,2,3,4 CVice PresidentD5 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Y-teens 2,35 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls State 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Honor Roll 25 One Act Play 2,35 Senior Play 45 D.A.R. Candidate 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Alice Girard - Field Hockey 2,3,45 Basketball 1,35 Softball 15 Glee Club 2,3,45 Student Council 25 Y-teens 2,3,45 Home Economics Club 1,2,45 Orange Key 35 Cheerleader 45 Office Assistant 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Roll 15 One Act Play 2,35 Senior Play 45 Librarian 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Susie Gladue - Softball 15 Home Economics Club 1,25 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Chloe Goyette - Glee Club 1,35 Orange Key 2,3,45 Y-teens 25 Of- fice Assistant 2,3,45 Librarian 1,2,3,4. Maxine Greenleaf - Y-teens 35 Home Economics Club l,2,35 Spirit of Towle 45 Librarian 35 Office Assistant 4. Richard Guimond - Baseball 1,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Football Mana- ger 15 Student Council Representative 45 Gymnastics Club 35 Hall Proctor 3,45 Committees 3. Louisa Hall - Glee Club 15 Home Economics Club 152,35 junior Prize Speaking 35 Office Assistant 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Girls State 35 Librarian 35 Honor Roll 35 Senior Play 45 D.A.R. Representative 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. 29 joyce Hamel - Field Hockey 152,3,45 Basketball 152,3,45 Softball 152,3,45 Clee Club 1,25 Y-teens 2,3,4 CVice PresidentD5 Ski Club 3,45 Home Economics Club 3545 Librarian 1,2,35 Yearbook Staff 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Senior Play 45 One Act Play 35 Committees l2,354. janet Hokkanen - Clee Club 1,2,3545 Dramatics 15 Spirit of Towle 45 Office Assistant 3,4. jane Hooper - Basketball 15 Clee Club 1,35 Home Economics Club 15 Office Assistant 3,4. Willin111 johnson - Football 15 Track 1,35 Baseball 45 Class Officer 3 CTreasurerD5 4 CVice PresidentD5 Camera Club 15 Senior Play 45 One Act Play 2535 Yearbook Staff 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Mary jones - Basketball 1,2,35 Field Hockey 253,45 Clee Club 2,3,45 Y-teens 2,45 Spirit of Towle 45 Orange Key 2,35 Librarian 35 Cheer- leader 4. Walter jones - Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1525 Football 3,4. Dorothy julala - Band 15253545 Clee Club l,2,3,45 All State Band 2,35 Solo and Ensemble Festival 253,45 Student Council Represen- tative 25 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearkbook Staff 45 One Act Play 35 Senior Play 45 Honor Holl 35 Office Assistant 35 Committees 1,2,3,4. Oliver Kemp - Football 1,2,45 All-State Football 45 Baseball 152545 Cym Club 45 Hall Proctor 3,45 Committees 1,25354. Shirley Kendall - Class Officer 1 CSccrctaryD5 Spirit of Towle 45 Committees 1,253545 Yearbook Staff 4. john Marcotte - Football 1,253545 All-State Football 45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 45 Track 2,35 Committees 1,2,3,4. Philip Marr - Football 15 Cross Country 2,3,45 Basketball 15 Ski Team 1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 3545 Hi-Y Club 3545 First Vice President of Student Council 45 Y.1Vl.C.A. Youth Government 35 Spirit of Towle 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Arlene Mountain - Hockey 1,25 Basketball 1, 2,5 Softball 15 Clce Club 2,35 Y-teens 2,35 Orange Key 2,3,45 One Act Play 25 Senior Play 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Wallace Murgatory - Football 45 Track 3545 Clee Club 15 Camera Club 15 One Act Play 35 Committees l,2,3,4. 30 Billie Perra - Hockey 4, Qmanagerb, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2, Home Economics Club 1,2, Dramatics Club 1, Y-teens 2, Office Assistant 4, Honor Roll 1,2,3g Spirit of Towle 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Committees 1,2,3,4. Randall Pike - Baseball 1,2, Band 1,4 CColor CuardD, Class Officer 2 CTreasurerD, Hi-Y 3,4, Camera Club 1,2,3 CVice Presidentl, Boys' State 3, Youth and Covernment 3, Older Boys' Conference 4, Editor-in-Chief of Spirit of Towle and Yearbook Staff 4, One Act Play 2,3, Senior Play 4, Hall Proctor 2,3, Honor Roll l,2,3,4, Com- mittees 1,2,3,4. Cynthia Pollard - Basketball 1,2, Band 1,2,3,4, Clee Club 1,2,3, Y-teens 2, Student Council 3 CTreasurerD, Spirit of Towle 4, Year' book Staff 4, All-State Band 2,3, Cirls' State 3, One Act Play 2,3, Senior Play 4, Office Assistant 2, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Solo and En- semble Festival 4, Committees 1,2,3,4, Art Club 4. David Prince - Football 3,4, All-State Football 4, Baseball 1, Track 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, German Band 3, Class Officer 1 CStudent Coun- cill, Debate and Dramatics Club l, Spirit of Towle 4, Yearbook Staff 4, One-Act Play 2,3, Honor Roll l,2,3,4, Committees 1,2,3,4. Janice Radford - Basketball l,2, Softball 1,2, Band l,2,3,4, Clee Club 1,2,3, Y-teens 2, Committees 1,2,34. Virginia Rollins - Basketball l,2,4, Softball 1,2, Band 3,4, Clee Club 1,2,3,4, Y-teens 2, Home Economics 1,2,3,4: Office Assistant 1, Librarian 2,3, Spirit of Towle 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Roll 1,2, Committees 1,2,3,4. Virginia Rowe - Clee Club 1,2,3, Y-teens 2,3,4, Ski Club 3, Home Economics Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 1,2,3,4, 'lunior Prize Speak- ing 3, One-Act Play 2: Senior Play 4, Committees 1,2,3,4. Virginia Rowell - Basketball 1,25 Band l,2,3,4 CSecretaryD, Clee Club l,2,3,4, All-State Chorus 3, Solo and Ensemble Festival 3,41 Y-teens 2,3,4, Office Assistant 3, One-Act Play 2,3, Senior Play 4, Spirit of Towle 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Roll 2, D.A.R. Candi- date, Committees l,2,3,4. Edith Sanborn - Home Economics 2,3,-4, Committees 1,2,3,4, Nancy Shepard - Softball 4, Band l,2,3,4, Clee Club 1,2,3, Y-teens 2, Ski Club 3,4, Dramatics Club 4, junior Prize Speaking 3 CFirst PrizeQ, Senior-Play l,4, One-Act Play 3, Committees 1,2,3,4. 31 ,i it P Marie Sherman - Basketball 1,25 Softball l,2.45 Home Economics l,2,3,45 Athletic Association 2,3,45 Committees 1,2,3,4. Kathleen Sinclair - Band 2,35 Class Officer 2,3 CSecretaryD9 Dra- matics Club 15 Y-teens 2,35 Student Council 4 CSecretaryD5 Office Assistant 2,3,45 Honor Roll l,2,3,45 Committees l,2.3,4. Gerald Small - Track 3,45 Gymnastics Club 45 Band l,2,3,4 CStu- dent Council PsepresentativeD5 German Band 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 One- Act Play 2,35 Senior Play 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Committees l,2,3,4. Susie Smith - Home Economics Club l,2,3,45 Committees l,2,3,4. Howard Stoddard - Ski Club 2,45 Baseball 2,35 Glee Club 3,45 All- State Chorus 35 Debate and Dramatics Club 15 Boys' State 35 One- Act Play 2,35 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Committees l,2,3,4. Maryory Thompson -- Basketball 15 Glec Club 15 Debate and Dra- matics Club 15 Home Economics 1,2,35 Y-teens 35 Office Assistant 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Committees 1,2,3,4. janice Tucker - Home Economics Club 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Committees l,2,3,4. john Willette - Baseball l,2,3,45 Class Officer 2 CStudent CouncilD5 Athletic Association 1: Hall Proctor 1,45 Committees l,2,3,4. Eleanor Wiizter - Hockey l,2,3,45 Bands l,2,3,45 All-State Band l,2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Solo and Ensemble Festival 3,45 Y-teens 2,3,4 CSecretaryD5 One-Act Play 35 Senior Play 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Roll l,2,35 Committees l,2,3,4. joan Woodliull - Glee Club l,2,3,45 Y-teens 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Office Assistant 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 One-Act Play 2,35 Senior Play 45 Committees l,2,3,4. Roberta Woodlzull - Basketball l,2,5 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Y-teens 2,35 Cheerleader 3,4 CHead LeaderD5 One-Act Play 2,35 Senior Play 45 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Office Assistant 3,45 Committees l,2,3,4. Aubrey Worden - Band l,2,3,45 German Band 2,3,45 Brass Choir l,2,3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Prize Speaking 3: Spirit of Towle 4: Year- book Staff 45 Committees l2,3,4. Robert Yetman - Golf 1,25 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Class Officer 3 CVice PresidentD, 2 CVice PresidentD5 One-Act Play 35 Spirit of Towle 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Committees l,2,3,4. 32 wkT?'JL Cxxkogfvivn QW? R 0 TSNSYM fig 410. QEKQEQ3 VZ2WfiZ,4QQlf"U 'Q Wg, 'WW W MQW gifffwx Qwy ffifkfx QW' f igl WWW ff""w LL'-if fl-4' . my N I R ,,Ht:+b-3325 X5 J wffff W Xa QMWQ ff + f fi M nGfmo1zq .My Souvenirs N The years spent at Towle by the Class of 1954 are memorable ones. At work and at play, new experiences and accomplishments have been added and new friendships established. Frosh Relates Tale Of Conlusion Met In His First Day At Towle Gels Lost In Maze ' In their first year, they en- Ol countered many new procedures. And Initiation stunts, numerous as- semblies, choosing of class officers, quarterlies and outside activities kept them busy. Their first attempt at high school entertainment was the Mid-Year Dance, complete with a for' tune teller and Blarney Stone. CI Off' S ' ' ' The musically inclined class FRESHMEN: . ' . President-Russell Bartlett members displayed their talent at Vice-President-DavidfQPrince the Spring Concert. Secretary-Shirley Kendall Treasurer--Dick Bulgar Assemhly for Student Body Brings "Elephant Boy" Flim To Screen As sophomores, the Class of '54 took an active part in both curricular and extra-curricular activities - direct- ing the Sophomore Winter Carnival and competing in the One-Act Play contest. Sleigh Ride, Skating and Festival Cyntiiia Pollard Ball Highlite Sophomore Carnival ReCe'l'e5 Awafd The Sophomores also delegated some of their classmates to the Student Council for the first time, thereby actively participating in democratic government. 34 ' In a Time Magazine competition, William E. johnson received high honors. The contest involved the Modern European History Time Maganne Award As upperclassmen, the juniors became twice as busy. Towle was ox erjoyed and proud of the Class C Champion ship' title acciuired by the victory in the Stevens gamei Towle Hammers Stevens 6 - 0 'to Win Annual Classic and TSV Crown Fans Hysterical as Feenstra to Scranton pass Scores Victory audience thoroughly enjoyed the Those who par- ticipated in the Junior Prize- speaking exhibit- ed much skill and poise. The various selections given by Cinger, Nancy, Louisa, Aubrey and john. One-Act Plays were again a part of the win- ter's activity with the Juniors almost reach- ing the top. This time they chose a fanciful Nancy Shepard lrish comedy, The Doctor from Dunsmore. To help them to determine their future careers, the juniors were given a battery F' ' d Af h 'll-d' ', ' . ilo ihieiiusjrpiise, thdijruiefe dablelytoeiligii J ml Cady' BU Examination Balfour Company ' ' Af h d l'b ' , l '- ringed weiielcchoseieij rington as agent. They had a wide range of selection, with three different colors and sizes. luniors Sponsor Christmas Dance 35 Juniors Second The juniors, with Howard Stod- dard as chairman, chose a skiing bear and received second prize of 15 dollars. Phil -Marr, Randy Pike,- Rita Geoffrion, Sandra Taimi, Bill Johnson and Bob Yetman were as- sistants on this project. nual Winter Carnival. Second prize was awarded the artistic members of the class for contributing a ski- ing elf at the annual snow sculptoring con- test of the 38th An- Tovtles qualities of leadership were displayed by three boys who were R -' sent to the New Hampshire state legis- To State House On March 21 and April 24 and 25, 1953, Senator Philip Marr and Representatives R a n d y P i k e and John Butler attend- ed the Third Y.M.C.A. Youth and Government Assembly in Hanover lature to observe the organization of our government. They met Governor Gregg, who helped to guide them in the tour of the Capitol. Juniors Sponsor Successful Prom Colorful Event Held at Opera House The climax of the lunior year was the Prom, the traditional treat, at the Town Hall on May 22, was considered the most original and enjoyable event experienced for some time. The theme was Festival of May, illustrated by the maypole and Randall Pike To flowered fences. Serve as Chairman Noninees Are Selected Ten deserving boys and girls were chosen on citizenship and scholastic qualities to attend the summer session of government classes. They carried on campaign speeches ' and elections in moclc form to portray the actual events. New 'Spiritf Staff Beginning in March the class put its literary tal- ents to the test. Volunteer workers pushed their pencils on "Spirit" paper to bring the facts to the people at Towle. 36 On September 9, 1953 the doors of Towle in September 1954, opened for the 30th consecutive year, admitting After a week or so of orientation things moved some 300 students. Among these were 65 who into high gear for the seniors who were working would not be walking up those well worn steps under a new man with new ideas and principles Principal, H. R. Kimball, Has Faith In Democracy Even before the first day the football squad had been hard at it, getting ready for the coming season. The end result proved to be well worth their work. The year progressed for the class of '54 in a whirl of photographs, name cards, yearbook and college plans. Classes Select I Slllfll B8glIIS YBBI Officers For 53, 54 A New Primm, Bradbury Uhnsen Printer L Rl whitney ,Selected As Glass Phntgoranher Senior Reception, and graduation required their attention. Uf TowIe's '54 Yearbook Preparation for the Three-Act play, the I After much investigation the Yearbook , printing contract a ttl d, th - ments were made lflorstffe Senior Ttzelhleziilge tion. The Seniors were finally begin- ning to see the way ahead to graduation. O J 16, 1954 th I ' ' left nTo1vTffe throughamfheer 54:2 d th h d t d d, 1- i trifllh .ii doifsiiifm ffangid l-llll llillll' Blllli Flll 54 since September, the students passing through those doors had. 15? .FP my Canes 0 K0 wfe First Row: Cleft to rightb-L. Cote. V. Rowell, Asst. Editor M. Coles, D. lubb, Editor R. Pike, . Asst. Editor 11. Stoddard and Woodhull Second Row: Advisor Mrs. llaminond, A. VVorden, C. Goyette, 11. VVoodhu11, V. Rollins, 13. Perra, ul. Hokkanen, C. Dudley, E. Winters and R. Doolan Third row: P. Marr, 11. Yetrnan, 11. Burnham, R. Bartlett, R. Geoffrion, S. Kendall, C. Pollard, 1,. 11a11, M. Thompson, Butler, A. Girard, VV. johnson and Tucker f'N ffm Spirif Kowfe Sfaff The 1953-54 Spirit of Towle and Yearbook Staff had its beginnings in April and May of 1953 when they, as juniors, published LlI1C1CI' the watch- ful eye of the Seniors their first two editions of the "Spirit" The staff made newspaper history when they published the first "Senior Supplement" in 'lune 1953. The Senior Supplement consists of pictures of each member of the graduating c1ass. These pictures are grouped under such headings as, Band Members, Commercial Students, Future Teachers, and other similar by-lines. 1n September the staff settled down to the serious work of publishing a paper each month. In October yearbook preparations started and by November the work was in full swing. Study halls, after school, and even evenings were spent cutting, pasting, drawing and typing the final dummy. With the undivided cooperative efforts of the entire staff the deadline of March 15 was met and once again the feeling of tension and hurry was over. , M -1. Q, -xt or a ' 'Q Q52 N Xp' 65515-w I i yn. ye' Q af ILA Ylngerqfaguafej gym G4 fig 5 Q Q Y G f ravi f H33 fs!! aff . ffgigf ff 1 ' ' H ,Q I r , ' . 1 xs 532 4 29" -" 'Q' , W0 ' 44 7' Though X :HAY HY x?3 ff - f , Mfg -e2 4 5f 4- fw pil 'pf5 'tX'QEi,Zf' 'f "1 ' 2 if f",l . 2?.2.: 4 ' ' ffm Y 0 Q an , , Es , , ,f'25f" 'gf' 64? aff 6 5 a a I W ca 'QZQEZ -fgg 2 ,f gg f ' ' mme f 4 4 I 4 NEQEYX 3fx find X .-ri ff? fe 'i9 'Y Xong r-"8 ' :ua 4 1 f - ' -, X ' ggf fsff? f -gvlafffk " X - gg fff wfff' 92 ' I4 4- t Ill 0 3. ' G1 1:1 , vm . ' ' 11 . .4 - A in I 1 ' .rung Y , Q 2.311 r- . . mir, we if ' , - 7" f '11 , f nr! f f . '4-5-f f, , ' f , A ' ' f if fig,-" V1'5 .f-:fV"' ' ' Z1 674- Z , Y 'fu ' ul 1 ' ' 7 k 1 " D :fl gs ' ' 'Q' J 2 Glass 0 I 955 First row: left to right-Mr. Buinicky, Adviser, B. Second row:,j. DuBourdieu, B. Norton, M. Coida- Cosselin, M. Berquist, L. Chartier, D. Morrow, kis, B. Hamel, Scranton, Thornton, C. Pres- R. Keiffer, M. Marcotte, D. Smet, R. Kozikowski, cott, Pevine, Gonyea, A. Goyette, Childs E. Lantas, F. Ballou, B. Putney Rollins, S. Wentzell, H. Currier 44 Third row: P. Prince, V. Hamilton, Howley, C. Fourth row: C. Neimi, B. Letuno, C. Leavitt, I Could, M. Stamatiou, B. Strange, l. Siren, M. Rollins, Hurlbut, K. Cuthbert, Wooclhull, F Clazier, C. Wirkkala, M. Butler, Blomquist, C. Meyette, E. Chartrand, jasinski, L. johnson, L Burnham, S. Messer, F. Quimby Eaton, E. Rannisto, VV. Smith, P. Hoyt Fifth row: T. Lacroix, B. Colasacco, B. Clark, A. Mountain, W. Legacy, H. Mills, H. Tait, A. Dodge, R. Detnijohn, E. Lane, K. Flint, C. Cle- ment, A. Durmas 45 ...MN JUS 0 195 First row: left to right-Mr. Ballou, Adviser Second row: C. Richardson, B. Schcrwerts, Page, Hurd, P. Ptacicot, M. Smith, Handley, C. And- VV. West, B. Emerson, E. Decker, M. Alexander, lcr, C. Kncbel, T. Merrill, A. Gobin, C. Caron, B. Pollard, B. Hall, C. Littlefield, l, Bevers, E. A. Clark, S. Lane, C. Nlanthorne, Booth Tcnney, P. Paquette, N. Coodale 46 Q F A Third row: S. Cutting, M. McAdams, S. Linton, Fourth row: Nebrydoski, R. Blaine, A. Rannisto ll. Childs, S. Eastman, Y, Centes, H. Delanqis. S. D. Hoyt, R. Stoddard, R. Danielson, D. Leeman Brooks, D. Brooks, K. Rounds, C. Coronis, R. Fes- A. Lamothe, L. Bugbee, M. Mahoney, E. Cote senden, W.?Ricker W. Gardner Fifth row: B. Maxham, C. Bruning, R. Cagne. A. Crandlemere, C. Hamilton, Farrington, W. Rozakat, L. Parizo, D. Kelley, E. Hawkins, W. Conyo, D. Brown, B. Hurd, H. Wilson,,D. Smith 47 C ' Mr N... -W .. ass 0 195 7 First row: left to right-L. Feenstra, P. Coburn, M Miles, Cagne, C. Mardin, M. Hamilton, B. Pat ten, R. Small, B. Beney, C. Mouradian, C. Coronis, B. Morrow, L. Boyce, D. Whalen, C. Pariseau M. McPherson, P. Hooper, Wiles, C, Coidakis, M. Robinson Second row: F. Barton, Webber, B. Patten, I Muller, L. Perkins, A. Cheney, T. I-leino, A Bashaw, Brown, Goyette, C. Kemp, Taimi R. Clazier, D. Roe, M. Little, Dodge, C. Colasac co, A. Sweet, K. Thorson, M. Clagett, Miss Berg Adviser 'F Third row: K. Carr, P. Hurd, R. Stanley, D. Hirsch, B. Trow, Ballou, W. Shackett, R. Allan, I Truell P. Os ood G. Smith E Shedd B. La - 1 g x 1 ' a ' Rouche, L. Legacy, 1. Iohnson, S. Kempton, S. Danielson, F. Pye, G. Cain, A. Bryant, G. Hay- ward, Blackington I Fourth row: A. Swanson, R. Hoyt, R. Avery, M Kemp, R. Hastings, Bell, Hooper, G. Perrv, W Tilton, Colby, P. Beauchaine, E. Russell, N Pevine D. Johnson, B. Brown, S. Coodale, Pow ler. M. Goff, Aldrich Fifth row: B. Berquist, H. Thompson, H. Green leaf, C. Henault, W. Maertens, S. Fellows, L Booth, C. Kelley, A. Whipple, K. Rickard, ll. Davis E. Rochford, W. Matheson, R. Kiniry, N. Bowlan R. Blomquist, Keiffer, G. Eaton, Cussanelli D. Little, K. Yetman :FJ 4 5 6 I o . lIl2I3l4l5l6 .ISIS 2I2223 'iw The class of 1955 has a large variety of courses all enjoyable and educational. Two of the more popular subjects are Psy- chology and Sociology. Another favorite, for the girls, is 'AThe Family." Driver Edu- cation, a new course this year, is also a popular addition. Other junior subjects are English, French, and Physics. 1955 The class of 1956 has on its curriculum a large variety of subjects. The boys' most popular class is Mechanical Drawing. The girls have a choice of a business or home making field. Bookkeeping and Foods and Nutrition occupy these areas. Latin is an- other popular sophomore subject. XX ffl' The class of 1957, still young and apt to roam, has a wider choice of subjects. Algebra, Science, and History are three of the larger classes. For the girls inter- ested in homemalcing there is Textiles Sz Clothing. For releasing their extra energy Gym class is an important and popular freshman subject. 1957 Sfrmzqe zliilzqs are gfappeninq fubs 6618 rqcuzizclfiom ow' 36 W .4 1' , fi asv Q Z 5 ada? ww f W 4??qc'?J 9 , 00 we 64" , f y W S 75,5 1? f 6 het6.!3 V . QM ' 0 ,Nei ,ffm s , QM Yo .-fZ sf! far . Q4 , "l5,i' wi 23 'YJ First Row: Left lo Right-K. Sinclair, Secretary, M. Mahoney, 3rd Vice President, R. Keiffer, 2nd Vice President, Butler, President. P. hlarr, lst Vice President, DuBourdieu, Treasurer Second Row: Pt. Small, M. Smith, D. Smet, C. Andler, H. Bughee Third How: L. Cote, B. Patten, D. Morrow, Pt. Guimond, Wtmodhull Fourth Row: Advisor Mr. Ballou, B. Clarke, D. Kelley, G. Small Student Gourf The student court is a new governing body established by the Student Council. The functions of the Court are to pro- mote promptness among the students, to keep pupils from smoking, to carry out the school motto, Honest, lndustry, Cour- tesy, and Cooperation, and to maintain in every way the high standards of Towle High School. fuderzf Gounci Front Row: lei? to Rzgfbtx . Roe, lttle, Gudilnlv, Ill. llxflblllylll, P Beauclzalhe, f Kelff Sec-and Row: A. Baslyalaf, B. Elnelison, f Hamel E. lffdhrer, j lfwudlyull 1 fbzrn' Row: E C.71eney, C 111' ' Dcc'lfc'r. I Rullhzs, f Aldr' FOIIFIA ffolv: C Ku ' H Jlqverre, R. Q Kemp, R. Glazieq ,L Tazlni eq Ii Ifve T Rowell Q Cuthbert, reas Woodbull Rowe, B. M 4,108 fl' ,fC' 1011, ,L dlgzlizer, Q Lgacislg, Tir tbel 1. Srreh, ,L Blumqlust, Ifl4mdl1ul1 Hee Preszlient B U3,.-y , L. Boyce, C. lu-er 1 Pewhe, Preshient orrovlg 1 Cagne lzzlds, P Raczbog Q Richardson, E ector 1Wrs. jones E. Lantas, C Presbott, A. Girard R. Daalan, . Coles A. Goyette, Q Leavirz Fist ffow: Left to ly Scfcretary, R Mar Ig Preslllent, B S ' Q' Denon XC77 c if I' . Clarlr If 1 . Hrr on Th d le a JHIQZ, L. Pffklh esrdemgz Butler VR- , reasureq H. Dam' : R. Cagon, li Bumb sclz, R. Small 1? Row: j. Gzlby, C af li Thompson 6. l am, RF Xie. , Q Slnlgzfuradlkzn, li Green- gfz- Ly R Gwen Second vow: ,. S. XXnXcXmneo, X. Yum , 'UMM row. Y. YmXXmx, C.. Px. Bvgam, IX. CXMXQ, Shepa 16 Off, 6 Gyisig fan!! vxw5.YS. mwea, BK. NNN, . . ' YJ . Um C.. Ymi0 ifsx row, Xeh to right-. .Bevgvew Vw. Umm . Xml Vx. Wawswdhoxx, 0. Subb, Wmwmwdbvxx 9 Cuximgw X. Yxudbmm, C,. Gwgeue, C. Bu xj BN. 'fkmmp-mo, Vx. Ymhxkxxe, S. Nebvqdnnskx, Xloebek, E. Lamms, X. Coqeuc, Ps. Cmsgeue, QA, YJ . Yxowc gfnff-gjro I Fr Vrfggt ROW: I fcC0,illP' ffolfft if, r. 71. bl -Row. 5 'HIM-A .anlelsua JU . Vvurd ' B HCS, K Cn, T urnhang Maw ' La. . my O . Ken! D, I Yana, XL. Skochxkv, X. 'Yudf-ex, BK. G 9 C-Yaaxxc, Cmgmc, X7 . XXMXKQS, HKXKMX, X.. XYAXX, XXUQVC Manx, Vx, Bxnuxqxixs Front Row: left to right-l. Handley, C. Richardson, Director lXlisS Ledo A. Girard, S. u76DI76ll. Second Row: j. Hurd, B. Putney I. lic-vers, C. Coyette, -I. Nebrvdnslci, Yhird Row: Childs, ul. Blomquist, I. VVoodl1ull, F. Ballon, R. Blaine .Emp-arlalZ5 ,ue , C-021' ,LA- Uww 1, vxixzwa at W X Q Ylwxiua e ' . ,I LQBQQQ 005 5. L 1x , hkcowagsef 1 X 1 Orange--7637 gfbme 8co1zomics Club Gfrf First Row: Left to Right-P. Bacicot, 1. Hurcl, S. Kempton, N. Cooclale, H. Burnham. President, I. Handley, A. Sweet. Standing: Ncbrvdoslci, Seo retzlry, C. Pollard, Vice President, I. Bevers, C. Coiclakis Front row: Left to Right-S. Wentzell, B. Gosselin, T. Heino, L. Cote, I. Childs, F. Paquette C. Currier, Adviser Mrs. Van Kleek Second Bow: V. Rowe, l. Howley, M. Coidalcis, B. Hamel, Nl. lVleAclams, E. Tenney, VV West. Rollins, A. Girard, Scranton Third How: A. Goyette, M. Berquist, B. Norton, B. Letuno, G. Leavitt, M. Sherman, Dodge C. Colasacco, A. Sweet. S. Smith Fourth Bow: V. Hamilton, Tucker, Hamel, F. Meyette, B. VVoodhull. Y. Gentes. M Caene. 1. Thornton, V. Rollins, E. Sanborn, C. Prescott Fifth Row: P. Coburn, l. Brown, B. Brown, A. Bashaw, E. Cheney, N. Pevine, G. Eaton, B Blomquist, E. Russell, D. Whalen, C. Pariseau Kee G? unmi oosfer age The following have contributed to the 1954 Tiger. VVe hopc to see this list grow through the years into a tradition. Glass of 1949 Mr. Alfred D. Bernier 70 Francis Avenue Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Virginia Clenboski Formerly Miss Virginia Shackett Laurel Street Newport, N. 11. 61015 Df Mrs. Patricia Roy Formerly Miss Patricia Roberts 56 Central St. Claremont, N. H. Glass of 1942 Mrs. Donald Eggleston Formerly Miss jean Blaisdelll Cheney Street Newport, N. H. Thank you for your support Mrs. Ceorge Hammond Formerly Miss Charlotte Heidenblad South Main St. Newport, N. H. Gill!! Uf Mrs. Cail Brock Formerly Miss Cail Anderson 171 Cheney St. Newport, N. H. Gian of 1937 Mrs. Bert Teague Formerly Miss Joanne Condon 39 Belknap Avenue Newport, N. H. Glass of19-36 Mr. Robert Could 50 School St. Newport, N. H. the Tiger Staff 1 X- f . ' w ...iw .' -. y. :- -9.'laf,' 1""6 ' Q . .1-.-:'::z1'.'.-.so-.1. u X ,Mr ff . 'rg-","'1-gglgzg-:,.. . ?41",..".y:-.-xg."-. 4 -mfr A 1 ' 'iw 'f"'g:f1:2::Ah.L- 1' .t1'T125f?4 1 311.35 . 3 1 '- N 1:35 v' !"l.4.f..':f'f1.f1' ' ' I-r' .X -. f-' 13 Y' ""' ,- , -, ff 'd"'1"---- .,,, '. ,4.- .H-M '. f I li ' . ' '. . ,il ' rl 1' l.. Q . 1,1 ',jf?:.r2.-ii"-Gfii?f?'?Y5qf5,t ' fry 5:4 A-' , ' .., -Q 1-an .Iv . ..... 21.!5E:, .-.. 1. .---' lg. -- ---- ,.1 iv- 4.zf4a:' -- If 1' ,-f,1u 3511. Q52 1 YE'-"r:2i' ll' ' pg- ' - "::: 17.115, . , 'EP -55-E' 2 1 ix ,Q x fr Il WUI iii! "-' f2:E:'i'a F ig, rf'-.-JH I ,wfft 'f,, lm 'Il ,fi lllll .1i,.'L::.-.- vu -A.: g'h'?s:::1:-A1831 "P ETE lf P 1 xKlfll'Il1.ll Wm -" iff-"Q , .i'ff,Zff.'L':Lv'-,-4-.-1. . . .-,,,. - " Q ' 'Q ' ' "Q -if fffz1f-+'-11.":'- figgfgg-' 1 . ..,.,, . 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Claflin ' Third Row: R. Hastings, Pt. Avery, W. Matheson, L Feenstra, R. Lamothe, D. Kelley, P. Caron, D. Little P. Smith. E. Rochforcl, M. Kemp Fourth Row: A. Swanson, H. Thompson, B. Trow, R Kiniry, J. Robinson, L. Cayea, L. johnson, H. Matheson J. Newton, E. Cote Kvarsify goofball .... 5 1 1 , A I ,Q A .xm x 133516, 1 Y . fu? is TQ .3274 , 4 PM 'Y Q4 fffgl. ,H fikff 'L W ,- fx'l3-94-f.'i,,, l'i53f 2 - fx ,SF I-is ' ' Ji-A. ak 'V' f .FFA W 9 ,nu .0 ' 4-0' v f NMAL W WWW, fi Q, 1 ! in? QL ,b -S Z , -. A fix X X 3 A Q S 5. , f f Q E , , - in , W ' ., W , " Niannnnum E 5 . Q Q f . W V, ' :Q W iig'3?i,piiAf" 1 ff i.'?1ff Q ' Q L4 . rfff' '35 Q, 4? 3555 7 V' ' . -, ak., , 7 ai A. g :'XVgf21: , k -, 1, . f H L ., ra m p' L xffzil LLLL bf - . - yw weg, vi 3afnufug4hQJw w6 .h . 3.fVLiQXw W.Nu 'hh' m - ff. , i K , H E ., N A .H 1 X. iii A . W - V 'W 5. gl A 1 , : 2' . 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Racicot, Hurd E613 Hfockey Jail- fvde Glledf fedgefi Clock-wise: Starting at 6:0Q- D. Roe. R. Glazier. I. Taimi, M. Robinson, G. Coidakis, J. Keiffer, I. Gagne, L. Boyce, j. Goyette, G. Kemp .f . ' if 'LKJ W ' ifiikffi Qi" f ' f , XL gay 3, 35, W Q1 . I gig Ji .. K .,k,, V J , ,agrffw , 1 3 KL - g , V TA 9 H 34 I i 4,A, ,, xg? J fi, ,S up , ' ?1 M' W ,sv K 1 .- - 1 if '9' if 'D , .Lf 9 , if ww.. .M ,M Juv- fvee .Baskeibaff Front Row: Left to Right-K. Rickard, Bell, G. Kelly, D. Hoyt Second Row: Manager K. Rounds,'L Pariseau, W. Pmzokat, E. Rochford, A. Rannisto, R. Fes senden, Muller, Coach Fitzgerald Third Row: A. Crandlemere, R. Kiniry, I. Hooper, L. Bugbee, H. Greenleaf, R. Hastings, C. Coronis fljarsiiy jaskeloafl Front Row, Left to Right: 1. Rollins Co-captains, B. Coles, J. Pevine and Conyea Second Row: Manager C. Dudley, B. Gosselin. M. Mar- cotte, Nl. Butler, Hamel, C. Brown, Coach Meilclejohn, and Manager V. Rollins Juv- fvee .jaslcefoaff Front Row: Left to Right-D. Roe, G. Coidalcis M. Robinson, G. Kemp, R. Glazier, S. Wentzell 1. Aldrich Second Row: Manager C. Dudley. C. Brown A. Goyette, J. Taimi, P. Racicot, S. Brooks, C Knebel, K. Karr, Coach Meiklejohn, and Man ager V. Rollins First Row: Left to Right-J, Pc vine, P. Racicot, A. Girard, B Coles Second Row: R. Geoffriun, R Woodhull, Blomquist fva rs ify Glzeerfeafjers ,z,..,-fw. GIZCGVXFKZJEVS D. Roe. R. Clazier. J. Taimi M. Robinson, G. Cnidakis, I Keiffer, 1. Gagne, L. Boyce. j Goyette, G. Kemp . 5 5 .K w A Front Row, Left to Right: H. Thompson, D. Hirsch, R. Howley, R. Avery, R. Hoyt Second Row: P. Marr, A. Swanson, Captain H.-Stoddard, Coach Craver, R. Danielson, R. Allen Ski feam fl, Jw M.. ' ,,,,,....-,R Qg,..m0" XF , 1 f First Row: Left to Right-Coach Buiniclcy, D. Kelley, R. Danielson, K. Mayo, E. Chartrand, L. Johnson, D. Smet Second Row: W. Murgatroy, R. Gagnon, H. Bumham, B. Berquist, W. Gardner, T. Lacroix, P. Marr, R. Keiffer, H. Mills Third Row: R. Small, W. jones, W. Smifh, C. Small, M. Kemp, R. Allen, H. Tait, P. Hoyt, M. Mahoney, T. Merrill fraclc Keane We 3 Se Xfekx wo . egvq , X . 90100 00030 940090 . ' Q4-Y-fb'b,Q'.Qes. 0, as , YEAR Y fbxuev Vasa YX O35 5' Yxown YNY-N X 9.9 531. 000. S0000 Cv. Cfkodxs , 'WCM' Vow '. . X. ?xN00,X.'i10e 74 I . 9'bS66KK.,QX CJe,oxe,e.,Qx 'Kev '00, YN. 9015, is. "1e,n4ofw 9 Qt P-Qedjxfllxd Q. Selxgigx, YN YN. 904600 Cosoeix , GQYQXSKO, Ps. Qoooxixo, 'lfguwbk fl-30, , C.. 9 90606 X2 90:33, .QNO Qx Xxoqx, O 1 YQLQWYX KYB Noe, 4'-000 00500 wi gym 01.4 First Row: Left to Right-H. Thompson, I. Colby, W. Gonyo, B. Berquist Second Row: V. Evangelou, R. Hastings, E. Hawkins, G. Small, D. Kelly, J. Ballou Third Row: B. Trow, W. Shackett, W. Jones, R. Gagne, W. Tilton, G. Kelley, M. Kemp Soffhzfl Front Row: Left to Right-A Goyette, I. Rollins, C. Currier, S. Wentzell, F. Ballou. Standing: M. Butler, J. Hamel, J. Gonyea, C. Brown, I. Pevine, Coach Meiklejohn, B. Coles usic Gfrzg Qramafics ow gui gf Nu! 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Hackett, R. Glazier, C. Mardin, R. Doolan, I. Childs, J. Aldrich, N. Coodalc A. W Fifth B. Small, L. Bugbee, D. Hirsch, Colby, B. Danielson, D. Hoyt, E. Rochford "l'. M 'll Sixth allow: H. Bugbee, B. Clarke, P. Corbett, R, Gagnon, C. Pollard, l. Siren, B. Pollard M. Butler Sfafe Towle High is proud of its snappy and well-trained Band. To add to its appear- ance a color guard, made up of four boys, was formed in the fall. As in the past the high stepping majorettes and flag twirlers, and the peppy cheerleaders help make a good impression wherever the Band goes. mil.. Y iescou , V. exe., Lf. Ymm, ukoe, X. Bev Ysdxikex, O. xx, Q.. XN .+A- xx Yr . ksx, . e 6eYxeX6,X. NNOQAXN NK. Ckage Ykxdbou, Gag,oe,. .Besqo X609, C. XRS 0. Xobb, X. XN . YN ess, Aaoglws, X. hawks, NK. QAAMB, Y-. ew ei , Geek dw, ckex , 9. X5 C, . 51 e Ps. x01 QM. Yxov1elX,YS. Bw, C. 553 Xefq, Y.. Oc YKQOXLQ., YNAYCOQYB, Q56 16, XA. Q 'QKKUXAYSS be . og, e. X. Cmgxxe Lek! QD YugYWf0KteC. 5561 YL. 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Colasacco, I. Blumquist Second Row: Mr. Fitzgerald, M. Glazier, I. Siren, S. Messer, M. Stamatiou gjrize Speaking The winners of the 1953 An- nual Fairbanks junior Prize Speaking Contest were: First Prize N She ard- Second Prize - ' P Y' '- f f" 2 Q V. Roweg Third Prize-L. Hall. i if 2 in - A A A E - Standing: Left to Right-H. Stoddard, C. Pollard Kneeling: L. Hall, E. VVintcr, Woodhull, D. jubb, B. VV0odhull, V. Rowell, R. Doolan, A. Ciragl, Humil, E.dSaRr1lxEn B J H kk h I S Stan ing: N. S cpar , . owe, 1. arry, . 0 anen, M. T ompson, K. Sinc air, B. Perm, ' C. Dudley, B. Coles, M. Sherman, P. Marr, A. Worden enlor lree Cf al! Standing, 2nd Row: R. Pike, W. Murgatroy, Butler, B. Chartrand, R. Cangnon, M. DeMayo, L. Cote, C. Goyette, H. Burnham, G. Small, H. Bugbee, Miss Ledoux, Adviser 83 Jveffisinq Bam 1' D59 J- kr 4 'vv -v ff 4 ?.E95,iff4?.-Q5 'ff -I ' The WHEEL YOYKTUNE 9,065 Q nn ng a -': 4ZZ44f gsssgffg ffffvgbl P bf2f g faeiaffggez 1 S11 Q1 f ? .4 . 1 f s . 5 .4 1 n n 2 nr .1 v 1 1 I h IF 'I ll a nw" . s I 4 I O? s 3 3 sound fffffwkh she mow point my way? 3 4 fn , , f Z g 1: .1 vi f ldv! nw' 1 1 9 I 'R' f 0 Y ' -1 u ' A f " ?f1f3:f54nff pr nv Z 7' BY cs mf nam sms if Q E QQ Q Q , ' fe' ff?2Zs Zi?4 ffef -, A m NN - Z f ffsf-s?25sfe:f,4QgsZs 'E 444-'. g enre ., sf ,,fff,,Z f' iii-U X fl u, W ff ' 74 : 5' ' 5 i? 53? fha - 237 " 1 f 11 , , ' XXX this be she day ffff OW. WHERE of7eov-1uNe,f,:xmi X ng ,' , . 1 e , ' SLP: :ns . 5- 4' Q ' -J . ,-, I 1 , J Q StockwelI's Greenhouse Flowers for Every Occasion Phone 322 140 No. Main St. Newport, N. H. Silsby 8- Johnson, Inc. HARDWARE - PLUMBING HEATING Sheet Metal Work Sporting Goods Delta Power Tools 49 Main St. Newport, N. H. Phone 300 Berkeley's Stores The friendly store where women love to trade C. E. Densmore 8. Son Wholesale Grocers Claremont, N. H. HART, SCHAFFNER 6- MARX and Palm Beach Clothing Iantzen Swim Suits For All The Family ...a1so... Ladies Leeds Suits and Coats Miller Brothers Newport, N. H. Moore 8- Emerson BOTTLED GAS Co., INC. Pyrofax Gas Distributors Commercial and Domestic Appliances 27 Oak St. Newport Tel. 206-W 206-M L. L. Ransom 8. Son All House Furniture 1914-1953 f u u l LAUNDCRCRS BW 0,4 as cucmszns .Q ,L I1 Newvonr ll' SERVICE N H Newport Service Station Newport, New Hampshire T. R. Nichols General Groceries AMERICAN A M O C O Sunapee Road Guild, N H GAS Telephone 287-W Telephone 357-49 76 Sunapee St. Lucca Fruit Co. I. Bonaccorsi, Prop. Deacon's Restaurant . YOUR KIND OF BANK.. We cordially invite you to make this your banking home. We believe you fill find that it is ihe kind of bank you enjoy doing business with - ihe kind of bank you would want yours to be, were you in ihe banking business. SUGAR RIVER SAVINGS BANK NEWPORT NEW HAMPSHIRE Security Service GAUTI-HER ei WOODARD, imc. Insurance and Real Estate Agency Established I872 Kenneth E. Show Budd's Beverages GREEN ACRES ICE CREAM, Inc. "A Quolity Product" Croydon, N. H. Newport 586-M4 ...-"""E Winston Hotel Doug's Men's Shop N tN -W CI ewpor U Oy eoners Krons Dept. Store 4th Street Left Beyond the High School Newport N. H. 36 Green Road "Always the Best Brands xckup and Delivery Tel. 452 at Kmnsff CHASE 84 AVERY, INC. DODGE - PLYMOUTH Passenger Cors DODGE "JOB RATED" TRUCKS Soles ond Service Newport Telephone 333 New Hampshire Green Bonnet Hilltop Studio Fountain Service 105 Beech St. Tel. 680-M 53 Sunapee St. Newport, N. H. The Flower Gintowt's SUpel'l'TlOl'kel' 87 Sunapee St. Newport, N. H. Phone 165-W Newport, New Hampshire Flowers -Greeting Cards - Gifts John R, Kelly Houghton 81 Simonds Women's and Chi1dren's Telephone 100 Ready to Wear Play Clothes - Sport Clothes "The Best in Drug Store Service" Accessories -- Floor Coverings Curtains - Draperies Newport New Hampshire CLARBMQNT N. H Cummings Market Newport' New Hampshire Priscilla Sweet Shop Lindholm 81 Sons MONARCH FOODS CARMOTE PAINTS Cooper Square Newport Daniel's Toggery Shop Claremont New Hampshire Williams Laundry Laundry 6: Dry Cleaning Hugs and Furniture Cleaning Tel. Newport 191 Rowell Brothers, Inc. Building Materials Builders' Hardware Nails, Paint, Shingles Roofing, Insulation Woodworking Korn Alley Ph01'19 270 BRAMPTON WOOLEN COMPANY, INC. t Douglos Borber Shop Merit Clothing Co, 4 Mcxin Street Claremont, N. H. Merton J. Sargent Newport Shoe Store REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE The Right Shoes for Telephone 13-W the Younq Crowd 23 Sunopee St. Newport, N. H The Corner Pharmacy . . N I N. H. Variety MIII End Store ewpor Te-1 ph 105 "Your Dependable Comer Druggi t NEWPORT SAVINGS BANK and FIRST NATIONAL BANK Newport, New Hampshire DGRR WOOLEN CGMPANY Royol Shoe Store PFAFF SEWING MACHINE Filter Queen Vacuum Cleaners Complete Line of Shoes for the Entire Family Newport Sewing Center 25 S St. N wpo t, N. H 39 Sunorpee St. Newport, N. H. unapee 5 r Phone 562-M Sargeant 8. Hoy BilIy's Diner MCC ri I I is INSURANCE International Shoe Co. "It's Cott To Be Good" 17 Heavenly Flavors Jenney 8. Shepard Distributors Plainfield and Newport The Knitting Knook 43 Park Street Newport, New Hampshire Telephone 325-M BERNAT YARNS SMET'S SERVICE STATION 17 South Main Street Newport, New Hampshire Farmers Feed 81 Supply Company BILL HOYT 28 South Main Street TRUCKING F ' M ' Newport, New Hcrrnpshire Telephone 550 urmmre Ovmg I 84 South Main St. Telephone 690-M Distnbutors ol PARK :S POLLARD FEEDS M. J. Harrington SUCCESS TO THE sg?- x T04,Sx Jeweler CLASS or '54 Newport, New Hampshire The Vvomenls FAIRLEA FARMS, INCORPORATED MILK - CREAM Newport, New Hampshire Noro's Electrical Outlet Electrical Supplies Fixtures, Appliances Norman Zilch "46" Telephone Newport 536-W Bates Service Station Corner of South Main and Elrn Streets Open Daily 7-5 Saturdays 9-5 TelePlZ101'1e 30 Newport Clothing Mfg. C0-, Inc. Howland's Dry Goods Manufacturers of Men's and Young Men's Clothing Specializing in Uniforms IOHN COLASACCO, Pres. 66 Spring Street Newport, N. H. 1 Main Street Newport, New Hampshire in F ' Gi e We A Q G H. k V Q, 'IA 'Q-...uv '..,,,,,v m...-I' "-...fr LET'S FACE IT.. Reddy Kilowatt CYour Electric Servantb is on the job to help you whenever you need him . . . he's packed with power to tackle any situation, at home or at your work - use his services! O PUBLIC SERVICE Company of New Hampshire GX 'hu -H' BagIey's Service Station The Barrett Press G Commercial cRocER1Es A99 -, Printing Z . Complete Line Auto Service and Repair of Weddirlq '-, X -I ' Stationery . if ve ' Sunapee Road - Guild f Telephone 216 10-A Main Street Newport, N. H. WO-ODHULL'S SUPER SERVICE MARKET BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS to the CLASS OF 1954 THE NEWPORT TIMES Printers of the "Spirit of TowIe" J- 5- Hirsch Dartmouth Motors Company Sc to 31.00 and up Department Store G' M' C' TRUCKS Complete Line of Willys Cars and Good as .the Best 4 Wheel Drlve Vehmcles and Kaiser and Henry I. Dealer Better than the Rest Sales and Service North Main Street 12-15 Mtlin Street NSWDOYI, N- H. Newport Telephone 298 New Hampshire Sugar River Pharmacy INCORPORATED "At the Bridge" Phone 48 Prescription Specialists "Your Friendly Drug' Store" Kemp, Chapman Machine Co. INCORPORATED Newport, New Hampshire Telephone 580-K Box 314 YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER FORD VA , Telephone 450 Newport, New Hampshire Corbett Oil Company, Inc. Petroleum Products Hartt Maytag Company BOTTLED GAS Newport, New Hampshire Newport, New Hampshire Office and Plant on Belknap Ave. P. O. Box 534 Come over for Coke .I QWKJ -'fun' Et q1itIII'x:IW 43' ij N .X tt I XV, , Q X -- ' ,I .A ,V F V - 4 ., . 'm.t 'mi , f .a. :1..: I "' H- - jf Q, , , 5 1 1 , .Fwd 2 A. ,M ' - -1 Q,-vu .1 , M .......g. .,,, ,, ,m m ,tai f ..-,-- ' H ff' Mit- , -' I -1 III? 1 I Wit 1' 4, A-V 1 L' - ' fe 531, , ':. ILM ' - dz-1,. ': I" 1 .' -' .L ,. - L Y , ,,.. . 'lgI z.. , -V: -4 I .. - fr : '- '-'-i-,vvJ5'- 'FQLL 5 , ,i ." ' : .:,,. 1-fav" I - .1,:.' 'I' I QUALITY CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS O SPORTS EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHES I DARTMOUTH AND OTHER GIFTS ' 9 Hanover, N. H. H. J. Greenwood, Jeweler 61 Main Street H. O. Model Trczins Newport Cafe Home of Fine Foods Our Specialties: STEAKS - CHOPS - SEAFOODS Counter and Booth Service Morin Street Newport Gardner Shoe Store The Best in Shoes and Repair Newport, New Hampshire A VERRY MERRIE UNBIRTHDAY X TO YOU f2j,'?b3j,QfTQ' X SEN IORS ay ,gy 'S 'Q X f Wi rom .659 I., ' .'x ws, -lu' QY?19gf'f?5f?" THE MAD-HATTERS ilhxix lf 155 E X O MAKE WAY FOR THE FRESHMEN THE CLASS OF 1957 Gfcknowleolqmerzfs The Class of 1954 gratefully acknowledges the Sales Service contributions of the following individuals: Hilltop Studio The Claremont Daily Eagle Newport Times Randall Pike Laurel Music Band Picture, pg. 78 Varsity Football Squad Picture, pg. 64 Cheerleading Mascot, pg. 71 Pictures on pgs. 9, 36-39 50-53, 66, 72-73, 82-83, 86-103 "1'll Never Be Free" Heath Motors Sole W. C. Heath, Proprietor 'Telephone 780 Newport, New Hampshire Corporation "Wheel of Fortune" BU'l'lel"S fNAClple Street fVlGl'ke1' Leo Feist Incorporated "Tiger Rag" Chappell and "Wish You Were Here" Tel. 555-l NSWDON Company Incorporated George Simon "Songs Were Meant to Incorporated Sing While We're Young" Zlzanks zo Gfdverfisers We, the staff of the 1954 "Tiger" would like to express our gratitude to our advertisers. Without their help, this yearbook would never have been possible THANK YOU 59- 33' w-ymw "" - -S.:51552552151E53I1S51i1E:s5:5:5:f:1f-2'-""wi" ' 53. if" . '-' M555 ., I lg 52 .152-fisfsafiggfeiiilz I '1 . A -. ha s S ,::5E24"' 3.3-Q2:p3i3g1'. 0 U. ll ll :El ifsleiafefzfziee. 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Summer Street EXfef1SiO1'1 Newport, New Hampshire ii V l l 1 Qylzifney Sfugio gjlzofoqraplzer fo ifze 'Ziqer of 1954 Gi .Main Sfreei ylewporf, ylew gfampsh Close personal contact with staff and advisor. careful judgment in processing of copy, and expert handling in production-to give you a truer graphic reproduction of life at your school. 2l9 EAST 44th STREET, NEW YORK I7, NEW YORK BRANCH OFFICE, lfO MILK STREET. BOSTON, MASS Acknowledgements - - Ads ............. All State Band --g- All State Chorus .... Alumni Page ..... Art Club ....... Band Baseball ......... Basketball, Boys ..... ...... 68-6 9 Basketball, Girls .... Cheerleaders ...... Cross-Country .... Dedication .......... Faculty Informals --- Faculty Portraits --- Field Hockey --- Football ........ Freshmen Class --- Glee Club ...... Gym Club ........... Hall Proctors .... H1-Y .................... Home Economics Club Junior Class ........... Lunior' Prize Speaking ..+-..--- ibranans - ......... -- Office Assistants .... 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