Towle High School - Spirit Yearbook (Newport, NH)

 - Class of 1956

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' , I JACKSON-WHITE S TUDIO ClASSPHOTOGRAPHER 1956 PORTlAND MAINE for a really N nuv. in style and performance . . 3632, ix .-:lr -44. . 531' .g:-:-.- .v.. if ',- ..:.-.:.:': .::1:1.:,.g.+ ' I .- 1 " if - f .,, ' ,Qz'?0Q:: f ir-2--f f U Ne ll!!! Ji H .e .1 E: .lllll" gf KW gl 1 x for 'dnest values and service, see See THE CREMONA " Decorator styling-in a compact lowboy of line mahogany veneers-is matched by superb perfonnance features . . . biggest available 21-inch aluminized picture tube . . . wide range front-mounted speaker . . . illuminated dial, stand-up tuning . . . tinted, removable safety glass . . . powered for maximum sensitivity and peak perfonnance. lSlightly higher in blond mahogany veneersg simulated marble top available on either model.l If-7-fha, 41 MW? -:gm ffm, cz, l -Cgvfehvrfl JOHN KVETKOVSKY Summer Street Extension Newport, N. H . GREEN v46'RE5 lC'E CREAM, INC. "A Quality Product" Cro don, N.H, Newport 586-M4 Lishon, N.H. Lisbon 8-5858 Toward Success to Each and Everyone of You . . DR. PORTER O. DEXTER Optometrist Corner of South Main and Elm Streets BATES SERVICE STATION Claremont New Hampshire Compliments of NEWPORT HOUSE and LATCHIS NEWPORT THEATRE Interstate CONISTON THEATRE GARDNER'S SHOE STORE Michael Andosca Exclusive franchise dealer for Child-Life Shoes 10 Main St. Newport, N Subscribe to M. J. Harrington The Jeweler ARGUS-CHAMPION szggyilgfr 0116 Published every Thursday by ARGUS PRESS Newpon' New Hampshire Printers Publishers HEATH MOTORS SALE W. C. Heath, Proprietor WARREN H. WINTER Plumbing 8- Heating Sales Service 28 Court St. Newport, N H Telephone 780 Newport, New Hampshire Tel. i4-W GREENWOOD JEWELERS Smith-Corona Typewriters Elgin Watches Waterman 8. Sheaffer Snorkel Pen Sets 61 Main St. Newport, N.H. Tel. 579-M Compliments of COTE 8. RENEY Lumber Company Grantham, N.H. Open Daily 7-5 Saturdays 9-5 Telephone 30 - NEWPORT CLOTHING MFG. CO . , INC . Bi I ly's Diner Manufacturers of Men's and Young Men's Clothing Specializing in Uniforms John Colasacco, Pres. 66 Spring Street Newport, N. H. EDES REAL ESTATE SARGEANT 8. HOY BILL HOYT Compliments of TRUCKING D Furniture Moving CONDOS BUS LINE, INC. 84 South Main St. Telephone 690-M BUTLER'S MAPLE STREET MARKET Tel. 565-J Newport GAUTHIER E WUUDARD, INC. Insurance and Real Estate Ag yE bl hdl872 t Maytag Company CUMMINGS MARKET Newport, New Hom hire N port, New H p h success IN YOUR FUTURE COMPLIMENTS OF THE CLASS OF "57" DORR WO0LEN COMPANY BogIey's Service Stotion COTTS QUALITY BEVERAGES GROCERIES A. Shepherd 8- Son, Distributors Tel. 76 Newport, Ni'-I, Auto Service and Repair Sunupee Road -- Guild KRANS DEPARTMENT STORE "ALWAYS THE BEST BRANDS AT KRANS" Compliments of Your A8rP MANAGERS 8. CLERKS TELEVISION SPECIALISTS All Makes and Models Sales with Service 22 Washington St. Tel. Claremont 662 WILLIAMS LAUNDRY Laundry 8. Dry Cleaning Rugs and Furniture Cleaning Tel. Newport T91 SUGAR RIVER PHARMACY, INC. Bernard Towne, Registered Pharmacist "At the Bridge" Phone 48 "Your Friendly Drug Store" THE CORNER PHARMACY Newport, N. H. Telephone IO5 "Your Dependable Corner Druggist" To The CLASS OF "56" Congratulations and Success For the Future From The CLASS OF"59" Van Heusen -Y b Shuts T A - -. nr-ulnlllf EIIIII Efnlr Smart Styles to Smart Shoes Mac Gregor Sports Wear L. M. PERKINSUN NEWPORT SHOE STURE I5 Main Street Tel. 348W Phone T67 Newport, N . H . Save on Gas T' R' NlCHOl'S MIDWAY GAS AND GROCERIES Genem' Gfocefies Routes m3 and H Sunapee Road Guild, N. Guild' N'H' Telephone 287-W VAYA CON ios "56 GRADS FROM THE gf! MUCHACHOS OF T958 SMETQS SERVICE- STATIIIN "Gulf" I7 South Main Street Newport, New Hampshire THE BARRETT PRESS NEWPORT NU-WAY CLEANERS 4th Street Left Beyond we G ' . th H. h S h I :A " Commercial e -9 C 00 Q,-Q Printing Complete Line 36 Green Road 3 Q T of Wedding ' J ve ' Stationery Pickup ancl Delivery Tel. 452 1 Telephone 216 Central Street Newport , N.H NEWPORT SAVINGS BANK and FIRST NATIONAL BANK Newport, New Hampshire THE FLOWER SHOP Newport, N.H. Phone l65-W Flowers - Greeting Cards - Gifts MCCRILLIS INSURANCE CORBETT OIL COMPANY, INC. Petroleum Products BOTTLED GAS Newport New Hampshire Office and Plant on Belknap Ave. P.O. Box 534 CLAREMONT MOTOR CO., INC. il-13 Main Street Claremont New Hampshire Ll NCO LN-MERCURY Sales and Service 28 years of dependable dealing JOHN R. KELLY Telephone 100 "The Best in Drug Store Service" Newport New Hampshire Houghton 81 Simonds Women's and Chi1dren's Ready to Wear Play Clothes -. Sport Clothes Accessories - Floor Coverings Curtains - Draperies CLAREMONT N. H. ADAM ELECTRONIC INC. Complete Service On All Radios 8. Television I6 Sullivan Claremont, N.H. Tel. H50 CHASE Sz AVERY, INC. DODGE "JOB RATED" TRUCKS Sales and Service Newport Telephone 333 New Hampshire HOWLAND'S Ladies 8. Childrens Garments Downstairs Gift Shop Newport, N.H. Phone 798 DOUGLAS BARBER SHOP 4 Main St. BERKELEY'S STORES The friendly store where women love to trade mug Lwnocncns il I CLEAN CR Rl?Boll5M"4uw ' ' N OR N . I4 . GINTOWT'S I G A SUPERMARKET " Low Pri ces Everyday" 87 Sunapee St. Newport, N. H. STANLEY FORD SALES Your Friendly Ford Dealer I Telephone 450 Newport, New Hampshire ARMY 8. NAVY STORE Tel. 367-W Clothing Boots Shoes HORNlCK'S Sports Equipment A Diamonds Jewelry Gifts 50 Pleasant Street Tel. 1840 67 Pleasant Street Claremont, N.H. Claremont, N. H. 1 J. S. HIRSCH POWERS SHOE CO. , INC. 56 to 51.00 and up Department Store Quality Footwear For All The Family For Thrifty Shoppers 43 Pleasant Street Claremont, N. H 12-16 Main Street Newport, N .H. BRAMPTON WOOLEN COMPANY, INC. Merit Clothing Co. BEST Wl5HE5 Claremont, N- H- JOHN and JANET DixoN ' BEST OF LUCK T0 THE CLASS OF 1956 from Alumni Association ROWE-GENEREUX, INC. UTI LGAS CORPORATION i6 Tremont St. 26 Tremont Square Claremont New Hampshire Claremont, N.H. Furniture - G.E. Appliances, Rugs Bottled Gas Bulk Gas Appliances Merton J. Sargent RAND'S NEWS DEPOT REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Claremont, New Hampshire Telephone 1g,W 23 Sunapee St. Newport, N. H Kemp, Chapman Machine Co. INCORPORATED BUDD Beverage Newport, New Hampshire Newport' N' H' Telephone 580-K Box 314 HILLTOP STUDIO J. H. KINIRY S Sh ts P rtraits Copying nap O O Tools Hardware Paints Hand Coloring OIL PORTRAITS QC-enuine Oil Paintings, .H. 105 Beech St. Newport N Tel. 680-M Building Supplies 65 Pleasant St. Claremont N. H. QUALITY CLEANERS C. E. Robinson, Prop. 65 Sunapee St. Expert Dry Cleaning of All Garments and Household Articles Free Pick-up 8. Delivery Service Water Proofing Tel 630 Mothproofing CITY TIRE SHOP Claremont New Hampshire CONGRATULATIONS Class of '56 Claremont N . H . Range Oil Fuel Oil COMPLIMENTS ESSO of GOODRICH OIL COMPANY DEACONIS RESTAURANT Call Newport 795 No. Moin Street Newport , N . H BEST WISHES CORONIS VARIETY STORE to the CLASS OF '56 Sunopee St. Newport, N. H. Poriseou's Service Station FAIRLEA FARMS, Incorporated MILK - CREAM Newport, New Hampshire sTocKwELL-s GREENHOUSE Mome 8' Emerson BOTTLED GAS CO. INC. Flowers for Every O . Pyrofcrx Gas Distributors ccaslon Commercial and Domestic Phone 322 Appliances D - . N . . 27 Oak St. Newport T40 No Mann St Newport, H Tel. 206-W 206-M L. L. RANSOM 8. SON All House Furniture 1913-1956 wooDHuLL's SUPER SERVICE 59 Belknap Avenue Tel. 407-W ROWELL BROTHERS, INC. Building Materials Builders' Hardware Nails, Paint, Shingles Roofing, Insulation Woodworking Korn Alley Phone 270 I NORTH MAIN STREET BODY SHOP VARIETY MILL END STORE Ernest E. Tarullo, Proprietor General Repairing Paint Jobs W th b t FD t, E I.h Don Sweet, Proprietor e carry e es o omes lc, ng us Imports and Hand Woven Woolens Newport, New Hampshire BUKER AIRWAYS H. W. Buker, President R. C. Stone, Manager Tel. 357 DARTMO UTH MOTORS, INC . G.M.C. Trucks Complete Line of Willys 4 Wheel Drive Vehicles Jeeps Studebaker Cars Sales and Service North Main Street Telephone 298 Newport, N.H Compliments of NOROS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY MAIN STREET TEXACO STATION COMPAN Y Curtis L. Wood, Prop. Wholesale Distributors , 1-I co Electrical Supplies ancl Fixtures Tlrehllfbes Walker Mufflers Batteries and Pipes Newport-Claremont Road In Claremont, New Hampshire Gales Bells 8' Hoses Norman Zilch 46 Tel. Newport 666-W , FARMERS FEED 8. SULLIVAN S FUNERAL HOME SUPPLY COMPANY 40 Park Street 27 Newport, New Hampshire New on NDeI5ol Scale hon 550 Joseph J. Sullivan Phone 60 P ' ' ' P e , Distributors of Aml'U""'Ce Se'V'Ce PARK a POLLARD FEEDS COCL, MAN- COOL . . . and power-full , too! That's me, your faithful Electric Servant-- 24 hours every day ! RED DY KI LOWATT PUBLIC SERVICE CUMPAN Y 0F NEW HAMPSHIRE . . .YOUR KIND OF BANK. . . We cordially invite you to make this your banking home. We believe you will find that it is the kind of bank you enioy doing busi- ness with--the kind of bank you would want yours to be, were you in the banking business. SUGAR RIVER SAVINGS BANK Newport SECURITY New Hampshire SERVICE THE KNITTING KNOOK 43 Park Street Newport, New Hampshire Telephone 325-M HART, SCHAFFNER 8. MARX and Arrow Shirts Stetson Hats Interwoven Socks Jantzen Sportswear Pendleton Shirts MILLER BROTHERS Clothiers Outfitters Bernal Yarns Newport, N . H sussv a JOHNSON, INC. Hardware - Plumbing Heating Sheet Metal Work Sporting Goods Delta Power Tools 49 Main St. Newport, N Phone 300 LINDHOLM 8. SONS Monarch Foods Carmote Paints Cooper Square Newport gf, ' X- . A ,,,, Ar "5 K kx'.3"lDlll 4 fx m9Qfw42+,.a.., """-.,, Q is Q ' 44 U X f LC U! N-Z If A 4 f , R fl 'A x QS - Q Y A Q4 4220611 ark Q53 X Wef' I J f x Q, PX N 0 Q m 44' S ,Q X 49 SQ' fS4f'+. f Q-QB". W N. 03-".r e' 40J::"s,L Y X.. "' Q05-'ag 4, .. 9.02290 lv.: 'Aa va w. E V 'Xa if-. I "lag, A 5,1-J S TIIWLE lllllll lIll0S'l'lIllS BILL MY BARBER HARRY'S SHOE BARN 35 Sunapee Street r Hotel Moody Building Newport Claremont CLAREMONT FURNITURE CO. ROBERT KOZIKOWSKI 44 Tremont Square R. F. D. ll I Box I28 Claremont Tel. 72-W Class of 1955 MRS. KIKI COIDAKIS MARTINS HARDWARE Sunapee St. Main Street Newport Newport ROBERTA DOOLAN MISS ALICE RACICOT Pinacle Road 40 Belknap Avenue Class of 1954 Class of I95I JOHN ECONOMU MR. 8. MRS. BERT TEAGUE 39 Sunapee Street Formerly Joanne Condon Newport Class of T937 CHARLES S. GOKOES MR. 8. MRS. FRANK WINTER 104 Sunapee Street formerly Bertha Rowell Newport Class of 1935 ROBERT C. GOULD MR. 8. MRS. MALCOLM ROWELL Florida formerly Marion Stearns Class of 1936 Classes of 1931 and T932 JOHN N. HAGIANIS MISS NANCY POLLARD 8. MASTER EVERETT POLLARD Drive-In Shoe Repair Prospect Street Sunapee Street Classes of 1962 and 1967 LUCILLE BABBIT LOUISA HALL River Street East Mountain Road Class of I95l Class of I954 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We, the Staff of The Tiger of 1956, wish to thank everyone who has helped in any way to ward the success of our Yearbook. Your generous support has made it possible The Yearbook Staff 80 4 if F X A . A EEA ITE EIEL ' STATE IRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Pollard, C. Littlefield, P. Racicot, B, Hooper. PEEEILE EET STATE QC fl!- S asm! LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Maxham, W. Ricker. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mr, Kimball, J. Bickford, J, Cusanelli, P, Whitney, C, Lewko, S, Siren, J, Evans, G, Smith. SECOND ROW: S. Kempton, B, Hooper, M, Miles, B, Brown, P. Beauchaine, F, Pye, J, Wiles, C, Rowe, THIRD ROW: S. Cote, 1. Aldrich, G. Hayward, S, Brooks, H, Delangis, C. Littlefield, I, Bevers, R, Blood, TOWLE OFFICE GIRLS IIFFIUE ASSISTA TS I SEATED: P, Tatro, R. Blaine, J, Hanley, B, Hooper, A. Gobin, I, Bevers, STANDING: N. Coronis, G, Caron, Mrs, Hastings, J, Nebrydoski, 78 HALL PRO 'l'0ll 'MM Z LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: R. Small, E, Cote, R. Nichols, W. Gardner, R. Radford, SECOND ROW R, Danielson, A. Rannisto, R. Fessenden, P, Corbett, IDM GE KEY LEFT TO RIGHT: Y, Genres, S, Cutting, B, George, M. Little, A. Gcntes, 'l' IIE T UUUNUIL LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Mr, Ballou, J. Handley, W, Gonyo, A. Rannisto, J. Taimi, C. Cog- geshall, J, Kieffer, SECOND ROW: W, Lacroix, F, Barton, D, Quimby, P, Smet, H, Bovers, C. Kneb- el, G. Coronis, T, Merrill, D. Hoyt, J. Houghton. y Lyllznlnll y L . . , L Q cILOCKWISlig H, Cunningham, C, Racicot, G. Caron, B, Hooper, R. Blomquist, S. Goodale, B, Mer- rill, li. Deekcr, D, Guimond, A, Bryant, C. Littlefield, B, Berry, Mr, Byan, I, Bevers, A, Genres, R. Blaine, S, Cutting, D, Dingwall, J, lfowle, 1, Nebrydoski, J, Wade, A, MacDonald, A. Clarke, S, Farley, fir to ." 9 v -sa Q BOTTOM TO TOP: W. Buinicky, Mrs, Buinicky, P, Racicot, A. Bryant, E. Decker, J, Keiffer, L Boyce, R. Blomquist, BACK ROW: L. Swenson, J, Fowle, M. Blaine, G. Eaton, M, Clagget, J. Ne brydoski, P. Beauchaine, J. Cusanelli, G. Manthorne. 'Nil-Ill-Y The boss speaks, Hard at work, LEET TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: D, Hirsch, J, Evans, P. Beauchaine, M, Little, T, Merrill, K, Karr S, Cutting, C. Knebel, A, Rannisto, J, Nehrydoski, P, Racicot, J. Handley. SECOND ROW: Miss Kline, E. Tenney, J. Rannisto, A, Gobin, C, Andler, J. Taimi, S. Danielson, C. Littlefield, J, Keiffer, E Decker, THIRD ROW: M. Kivisto, A, Perrin, B. Merrill, J. Blckford, S. Lehr, K. Thorson, J. Aldrich J, Eowle, M. Claggett, B, Morrow. FOURTH ROW: I, Bevers, P. Tatro, D. Whalen, G. Smith, B Brown, F. Pye, C. Coggeshall, B. Lacroix, F. Barton, I, Muller, G. Perry, R, Small, PIRIT 0F 'l'0WLE I I I I 4 iv 3 EDITORS: K. Karr, T. Merrill, A, Rannisto, C, Knebel, ! X 3 X fvifigl A! IV, 1 f "'I'v wb W L4 m I S V sg Ti M Y W :emi 5 1' YEAIRBUIIK E A A sw is s 5, 4 LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: B. Hall, B. Pollard, T. Merrill, N. Coronis, P. Racicot, D. Brooks I Nebrydoski, J. Handley. BACK ROW: B. Hooper, C, Andler, M. Alexander, Mrs. Jones, G Coro ms, A Rannisto, R. Danielson, P. Tatro, S. Cutting, G. Caron, Advisor . . . Editor-in-Chief. . Associate Editor. . Feature Editor , Assistant .... Business Manager . Assistant .... Class Editor . . . Assistants . . . Clubs and Activities Dramatics . . . Music , , , Boys' Sports . . Assistant . . Girls' Sports . . Art Editors . Photographer . Typist , . THE "TOWLE TIGER" STAFF . . Beverly Pollard . . Mrs. Jones . . Nancy Coronis . Pauline Racicot Marjorie Alexander . . Dawna Brooks . . .Ted Merrill . Barbara Hooper . . Beverly Hall and Caroline Andler . . Carol Knebel . . Susan Cutting . Robert Danielson . .George Coronis . Alan Rannisto . . Gwen Caron . .Joanne Nebrydoski and June Handley . Robert Stoddard . . Pat Tatro Q X 1 Z QW xxx ,JMX CE PN ' ? 74 ffl-Cl W M! Y , if 7 x f If f152u-if flmy W R -4 X X ,jd X Y' NSN Aix L1 N 3 X X41 ix V X f f R N KXQ1.4..1z. F K 441 x s mr Lf' Xi-H it H X N . QS Cwfxoe THEBA D Trumpets Qi 066 ATPRAUTWE LEFT TO RIGHT Lamothe Stoddard Mouradian Littlefield Pollard Cusanelli 5 Q GLEE ULIB FIRST ROW: J. Laher, J, Connell, M, Holt, N, Davis, M, Caron, S. Wallace, S. Lehr, E. Tatro, P. Beauchaine, J, Kieffer, N, Wisham, B, Cusanelli, E, Brooks, C, Hurd, SECOND ROW: J. Goyette, S, Cote, S, Krans, B, Brown, P, Conroy, C, Rossiter, B, Smith, S. Tlierriault, E, Safford, D, Dingwall, M. Ballou, B, Merrill, D, Guimond, D, Torro, L, Hurd, B, Morrow, M. Sweet, J. Hurd, H. Delangis, THIRD ROW: J. Gonyo, M. Alexander, B, Hall, S, Cutting, N, Pcvine, A. Sampson, S, Brooks, D, Brooks, I. Bevers, M, Kivisto, C, Otis, S. Devenger, L, Bartlett, R, Blomquist, A, Bryant, M. Hamilton, E. Tenney. FOURTH ROW: C, Rowe, M, Shemeley, J, Cusanelli, C. Mar- din, L. Boyce, S, Danielson, J, Dubrieul, W. West, S. Kempton, C, Knebel, J, Woodhull, C. Racicot, S. Perry, M, Onnela, J, Woodard, K,,Rowell, C. Lewko, E. Decker, FIFTH ROW: P. Osgood, E. Shedd, C, Pariseau, J, Wiles, J, Bickford, C, Watling, J, Leland, C, Goyette, D, Callum, C. Wallace, R. Stoddard, R. Lamothe, T. Mer- rill, N. Bowlan, A, Gobin, J. Gagne, J, Eaton, P, Whitney, SIXTH ROW: C, Littlefield, J, Evans, B, Pollard, J. Fowle, N, Wilson, J, Hayward, P, Smet, R, Safford, R, Waterman, S, Wade, R, Kanerva, J. Houghton, C, Moura- dian, R, Muzzey, R. Danielson, J. Wade, B, Berry, M. Claggett, TIHPLI QIARTC I. Bevers E, Decker C. Knebel C. Littlefielc C. Mardin B. Hall J. Dubreiul B. Pollard J. Goyette J. Cusanelli J, Wade H. Delangis I. Hurd, Pianis -'I E il . nfs-nf W 'M 'QI 1 1 Q. A v I lx K ,lvfltwc 2, I iam L V Qffyf-1:-,A5' ff, Sify. "L'N1'-T'-i'7,... 9' M154 ' L 1 I s-, gms ,5 fig' F' 3 1' 3 :ffm .' r V w f Katt I- ' M' N ,I H Q' 1 : Q' .L fc I 'A - A A ,NA ' s,,. XX F ' , V I --, if X if t ' xx 1, it " xv- x E W ' Q' ze si. E. 5 ' ' WP E I 3 1 'X Q X v'x L il 1 nl 54 K ? . l 1 27 gf the . 'F +1 FIRST ROW: A, Bryant, C. Mardin, R. Danielson, C. Lewis, B. Merrill, T. Merrill, D. Hoyt, L. Boyce, B, Mor row, SECOND ROW: N. Bowlan, P. Corbett, N. Wilson, D. Hirsch, R, Stanley, B. Pollard, J. Aldrich, I. Laber J. Sargeant, M, Rowell, G. Coidakis, THIRD ROW: J. Cusanelli, F. Barlett, D. Shackett, D. Hackett, A. John son, Colby, R, Hastings, W, Shackett, R. Kanerva, D. Lord, C. Racicot, FOURTH ROW: J. Eaton, Avery E. Emery, D, Wilson, D. Sargent, S. Gintowt, L. Grant, J, Farrington, D. Chartrand, W. Winter, M. Onnela, 'l'.lI. .BAD i ,t F R. L MR, WEAVER Music Director n 1- 4,- 1 tt' i s 5 ! 5' 0 E-AUT PLAY Louise Hannah . Alice . Lydia . . . Mrs. Clayton Coach. . . EA RLY F ROS T Cast . Joan Evans . Karol Karr . . Dianne Roe . Jean Woodard Christine Watling . .Mr. Buinicky fir'-is 'Kr-u.1Siv'F?zBg? l Cast Libby Lawrence . . Goodie Fairweather . Iva Fish .... Betty Knowlson . Hortense Allen . Winston Ringrose . . Sam "Shrimp" Brown . Chuck Hicks .... Penrod "Fally" Fuller . Ramona Goldstein . . Alonzo Pettie , l-letty Grey . . Coach. . . X TEACHER'S PET Gloria Hayward . Carol Mardin . Ruth Glazier . Gayle Kemp . Sharon Krans . Raymond Hoyt Charles Goyette . Roger Small . Melvin Kemp . Judy Goyette . . Phil Smet Sallie Danielson . .Mrs. Bovers THE BARRIER Cast Meg Hughes ..... . . Judi Taimi Dr. George Hughes . . Howard Bovers Lieutenant Carter . . . . John Muller Brady .... . Charles Mouradian Paul Wilson . . . . . David Hirsch Coach. . . . .Miss Berg PRIZE SPEAK! G Q '50 WINNERS Bruce Patten, Third Roger Small, Second Dianne Roe, First '55 WINNERS Susan Cutting, Second Pauline Racicot, First Beverly Hall, Third t FIRST TU RIGHT: I. lfowle, W, Maertens, G. Kemp, B, Patten, D. Roe, R. Small, G, Hayward, D. Hirsch, Mr, Claggctt, Mr. Ryan gives dramatic pointers Laura sputters at Zenobia Mr, LaMonte casts his spell on Mrs. LaMonte 63 THE E lllli PLAY SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: D. BrookS, J. Nebrydoski, P. Racicot, STANDING, FIRST ROW: B. Pollard, R. Stoddard, C, Andler, M, Alexander, R, Danielson, W, Rozokat, S. Cutting. SECOND ROW: B. Hall, E. Decker, C. Littlefield, Zenobia . . . Laura ..... Benjamin Bulwinkle Gwendolyn Yapp . Constantine , , Harriet Spector. . Ira Higgins . . Mrs. Hudson. , Voice on radio . THE SCARLET SHA DOW . . Beverly Hall . Pauline Racicot . . Bob Stoddard Marjorie Alexander . .Dick Leeman . .Susan Cutting . . Bill Ricker . Beverly Pollard . Kathie Andler Cast Blanche LaMonte . Pamela Poole . Dorothy Young . . Lester Lang . . Mark Drexel. . Paul LaMonte . Frances Novak .... Pike ..... . . . Voice on radio and off stage Coach- -Mr, Ryan 62 . Clara Littlefield Joanne Nebrydoski . . Dawna Brooks . Bob Gagne . Dave Kelley . Bob Radford . Elke Decker . Bill Rozokat . . Bob Danielson x n mu sc K 0 Q ff!! ! 14 Q N ' x X " 'Q M x my M ff f S W' X- , ,lf Q Qw X bQ . qmafiai X N A ' s:Q,y,,, 'f . ,411 r - ' Q gf 'L f?71l3w'f nJ,f' , fx W -" f , , W Ag, f fn Fl If f V W xx 5 X NX W f X Z W f lk' 0 Will up pi- ..- I I 'K V' xl CLOCKWISE Judi Tairni Martha Cain Christine Watling Sandra Farley Jean Rannisto jean Bickford Gayle Kemp Carol Knebel Diane Roe Ruth Glazier CENTER Pauline Racicol TOWLE FRANKLIN Basketball Game GYM UL B VARSITYBASEBALL u 1 i KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Quimby, K. Yetman, W. Rozokat, A. Rannisto, R. Fessenden, J. Mul- ler, C, Henault, D. Shaw, V. Mclntire. STANDING: R. Wallace, R. Wemzell, F. Barton, E. Haw- kins, L. Drew, K. Maclntyre, R. Murgatroy, S. Wade, R. Safford, Coach Underhill. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Petrirl, J. Harding, R. Safford. STANDING: M. Gilbert, R, Leduc Mr. Sokul, D. Gardner, R. Michaud. TRACK FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Hawkins, R. Danielson, W. Larson, G. Coronis, T. Merrill, W. Gard ner, C. Breuning, A. Crandlemere, R. Gagrle. SECOND ROW: Mr. Buinicky, R, Nichols, L. Parizo E. Cote, D. Hoyt. THIRD ROW: W. Lacroix, W. Emery, W. Davis, C. Goyette, A. Whipple, L. Hay ward, M. Kemp, E, Rochford, L. Feensrra, K. Maclntyre. FOURTH ROWg C, Coggeshall, S, Economu J. Murdy, R. Haselron, B. Williams, G. Kelley, H. Thompson, FIFTH ROW: A. Hayward, R. Allen R. Avery, P, Corbett, J. Jasinski. .ff ii 13.3 , Allen clears the bar in the pole vault X , G ' -fr' C anew? eOrge g 'H I bQO Oes 0 es so 1 ver the top Oi e5 so 1 They're off l , ,fm ,. UNIUR VAR ITY HUUKEY if - Manager, H. Delangis, B. Smith, M. Onnela, S. Devenger, C. Racicot, J. Andosca, D. Gokey, S Therriault, Coach Meiklejohn, J. O'Conne11, M. Sweet, C. Otis. UFTBALL STANDING: P. Osgood, J, Wilkins, A. Gentcs, Y. Genres, Coach Meiklejohn, S, Cote, M. Ballon B. Rcney, L. Swenson. SITTING: S. Krans, Il. George, H. Cunningham, Y. Henault, Manager, H, Delangis, S. Farley, L. Bartlett, B. Morrow. A 4 1.4 LEE-T TO RIGHT J Kxeffer b Krans, M. Ballou, A. Genres, Manager, H. Delangls K Karr Coach tvlerklejohn Y Genres E bafford, L. Bartlett, J, Wilkins, B, Reney, S, Cote, B. Morrow B George VAR ITY FIELD ll0CKIlY 28 I O 25 27 29 2 at Claremont at Newport at Newport at Hartford at Newport at Newport Stevens Hanover Hartford Hartford Lebanon Stevens Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Even though the scores were, unfortunately, not all in their favor, the team learned t be good sports and to enloy the games they lost. Seniors playing this year were Yvette Gents Beverly Reney at a bully 13.5 VAR ITYBA KETBALL N- Coach Meiklejohn, 5. Krans, B, Reiley, G. Kemp, D. Guimond, K. Karr, A. Gentes, G. Coidakis, P. Osgood, S. Cote, Manager, M, Little, and Co-captains, B. Morrow and J. Aldrich. UNHHIVAR ITYBA KETBALL Manager, M. Little, P. Conroy, M. Putney, M. Claggett, I. Bevers, J, Woodhull, S. Siren, J. Sargeant, L Bartlett, Coach Meiklejohn, D. Gokey, M. Sweet, S. Perry, C. Racicot. s li lx lx It W 5, ft" s I gas . V is 17 U ga ? A H S J. ll. Ill KETIIALL KNIEIELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Quimby, A. Hayward, W, Emery, A. Rozokat, R. Haselton. I. Murdy. SECONIJ Rwwg J, Newton, Mgr., J, Hooper, R, Kempton, R. Wallace, D. Sanborn, R. Wentzell, A, Whipple, C, Mouradian, Mgr. BACK ROW: Coach Turpeinen, B. Williams, D. Little, J. Hayward, L. Hayward, W. Davis, K. lvlaclntyre, M. Waltz. 59 Towle 59 Towle 70 Towle 54 Towle 48 Towle 55 Towle 4l Towle 73 Towle 52 Towle 55 Towle 46 Towle 57 Towle 65 Towle 57 Towle 4l Towle 60 Towle 84 Towle 68 Towle THE RECORD: Hanover Woodstock St. Marys St. Johns Stevens Lebanon Franklin Hanover Woodstock Franklin Hartford St. Marys St. Johns Stevens Lebanon Hartford Colebrook Milford Wendy Gardner and Coach Underhill are shown receiving TSL trophy Which the Tiger hoop squad won with a 7-I record in league play. Gardner, with a 64 point effort in two Class 'B' tournament games, made the All-Tourney team. VAIHETYIRA KETBALL 3 A - 1 FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coacl1Underhi1l, W, Larsen, A, Ruunisto, W. Gardner, G. Coronis 15. Rouhfurd, J. Jasinski. BACK ROW: I. Nuwton, Mgr., K. Rickard, J, Muller, H, Bovers, C. Hcnault C. Mouradizm, Mgr, Alan Ge UI ti' Wendy ..., .5 if " f . A qw' K, ,x .. 14 A x .X 'x iv 1 CRUSS UUUNTRY Q - , , LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Buinicky, R, Wentzell, D. Sanborn, A. Hayward, J, Harding, R, Haselton Mgr, Hirsch, A, Rannisto, J, Jasinski, A, Rozokat, G, Perry, R, Danielson, K. Yetman, S, Economu C. Coggeshall, A. Whipple, F. Barton. KI TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Hirsch, W, Rozokat, H. Thompson, V. Mclntire, N. Gage, R. Danielson. I. Houghton, R. Hoyt, R. Kanerva, R. Avery, R, Allen, P. Corbett, A. Swanson, S. Wade, B. Mahoney. Y s FIRST TEAM George Coronis Wendy Gardner Earl Hawkins Ed Rochford HONORABLE MEN TION Bill Rozokat Dick Nichols Len Feensrra 1 G FIRST TEAM Dick Nichols HONORABLE MENTION Ed Rochford Wendy Gardner Earl Hawkins George Coronis ALL 'l'A'l'll FIHITBALL . .V. ALL TAR F00'lllAL -2-ey Ml I r v 15....e.. LA 'I' PLAY George Wendy Earl Dick Working witha green team Coach Bob Underhill fashioned his boys into a powerhouse . When the last play was over the Tigers had a record of 5-2-T. The highlight of the season was when the underdog Tigers fought favored Stevens to a T3-l 3 stand- still . For the tremendous iob that he did, Coach Underhillwas vot- ed as TSV Coach of the year. Seven Tigers will leave via graduation this year. Co- Captains Wendy G a rd n e r and Earl Hawkins, who played great ball throughout their school years for Towle: Dick Nichols, Towle's big tackle who was picked as a starting tackle on the All State teamp George Coronis, the Tig- ers breakaway back who climax- ed a brilliant career by being picked for the TSV teamp Bill Rozokat, an outstanding line- backer who saved many games for the Tigers with his "hole plug- Gene Bill l F658 ging"g Eugene Cote, a hard man to stop from breaking through the line, and Roger Fessenden the fullback who played good ball before being iniured midway in the season. These boys have played their last game for the Orange and Black but their memory will linger on for many years to come . RECORD THS Hanover TH S Hartford TH S Windsor TH S Pinkerton TH S Franklin TH S Plymouth TH S Lebanon TH S Stevens Won Lost 2 Tied TOWLE T 3 STE VE NS 1 3 an l L, if ' .1Ag1im7" S In . .-.. ., ,.,.,.,.g, . .- ., ww f.' H. .-.-rex "R . ' .'---r in A - .. We ' I j nt ' Ai' - , :- .-' , . - - Q, 1. ... - N.. V 7 1 . .-, L, ,Q -ig.. xi 1 ,r-6i'A4,.. LN QL-.-M, J ,sh R .fi . , -, , .f LR -,-.,,, - 1- , , ,,.. - '1 2 , . Wig!-' ' ' Iwftfkf'-f-" - 4515. ' ,, . , , W ,. A h . - . rv' "'71"' I' 'I ' D X , . ' . 44 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: L, Feenma, M. Kemp, E, Rochford, R, Nichols, W, Gardner, E. Haw- kins, G, Coronis, E, Cote, R. Small, Coach Underhill, SECOND ROW: D. Quimby, K, Maclntyre, V. Mclntire, D, Shaw, J, Muller, W. Tilton, C. Mouradian, B. Rozokat, R, Fessenden, R, Gagne. THIRD ROW: L. Hayward, R. Fowler, B, Coggeshall, W, Davis, J. Rego, E. Ellingwood, K. Rickard, Ass't. C0g1cl1TurpCiI1Cll, FOURTH ROW: H. Thompson, R, Kiniry, J. Lee, W. Emery, D. Little, D. 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A , L x i L ka Nvsgg N4 335: W h . . Q 4, A 3' ,- ri '-,fr ,g-svjLR- Real C0011 Last Minute Chat Aboard the S,S, Danielson 1954' 1955 Upperclassmen at last! .... Towle beat Stevens .... receiving our class rings, , . Bob and Elke represent Towl ar UN Mock Assembly .... boys win in intramuralgame .... Junior Prize Speaking Contest ,,,, joining the Spirit Staff .... Pauline crowned Miss New- port of 1955 .,,, Mystery of the Silver-Backed Hairbrush wins first prize in the One-Act Play Contest--Ted rated Best Actor .... An Evening in Paris-sidewalk cafes. f0m3f1liC music, can-can girls, Eiffel Tower--help make a successful prom .... Alan elected President of the Student Council .... Girls' State and Boys' State. CLASS HI TURY I955' 1956 The beginning of the end .... Nancy chosen editor of the yearbook-hard work- ing staff .,,. Wednesday class meetings .... "Trip Around the World" initiation rated one of the best seen at Towle .... busy time for all--pictures, name cards, and announce- ments ,.., Kathie wins DAR award .... our class has a November bride--engagements galore, sparkling rings .... boys top in intramural basketball again .... Dawna gains title of Sophomore Carnival Queen ..,, money-making schemes: record hop, paper drives and fool sales .... all sad over Mr. Bugbee's departure--a chain of teachers starts: Mrs, Deans, Mr, Franko, and Mrs. Bovers--lots of variety ..,. and finally, graduation on the common, the last and most important performance of our high school career, 37 1952' 1953 That frighteningfirst day ,,.. being recognized by the Seniors .... colorful Indi- an initiation ceremony .... getting used to class organizations .... run, run Mike--here comes Polly .... that Thanksgiving play we participated in ,,,, ruler fight in upstairs hall .,,, those Freshman crushes on Mr. Evangelou .... Freshman Record Hop was our first dance .... Snow Tiger won second prize in snow-sculpturing contest .,.. a mixed-up blissful year, CLASS Ill 'NIRY for tsst 1953' 1954 Over the freshman hurdle ,.,, that Sophomore slump when nothing seemed to happen until the very end .... Nancy crowned Sophomore Carnival Queen .... Civilized Eskimo--igloo, TV set, and all--won first prize .... students painted on store windows . . . . participation in one-act plays. . . . big issue of the day-Mr, Kimball talks to girls . . . . Latin-club picnic--lots of watermelon and a baseball game. . . . Here comes Black Peter! .... Home Ec, girls sell cards to finance their trip to Boston .,.. busy, busy year. 36 Qoxvi Gir1's Sta ters pal,- 6 0056 ,gr 7 9,4 x 1 x, 2 QQ? Cool, man, C0011 P ' A 1' , ,.,.,, m 3 A So teivi . . . pblsflb , -9 9 Commerclal G1r1s rou ht II u at Tenne 's are SXXKX 2 g P y O' 35 4,4598 Qdiwuw 56 WJ,UwP MQ Y 5 QMZMQT W N MN Q X' 1-.Leo M L WRX yi VS MUWJAJJJW 3 if Q E M K 'fmf' g QW? 5 N W WWW 7 X W1 by 5 5x Anjlosaa Sq Y ww Q 2'-any ww MW W Ziww M wgmifj 3 3 EMW4 QW-3! EQ R ill lllli AUTIVITIE JOANNE NEBRYDOSKI - Spirit of Towle 2, 3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4fH63dJ: Office Assistant I,23 Granite Girls' State 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey 33 Class Secretary 43 Commit- tees l,2,3,4: Art Club 2 qSecretaryy3 Youth Gov't. Program 33 Co-Chairman of Class Snow Sculpturing I, 2,42 Year- book SI3ff: Senior Three Act Play. RICHARD NICHOLS - Hall Proctor 1,43 Band 1, 23 Football 43 Ski Team 43 Track 43 All-State Football 43 T, S. V. All-Stars fHonorable Mentionj. LAWRENCE PARIZO - Glee Club 3, 43 Gym Club I,2,3,43 Football 23 Track 3,43 Jay-Vee Basketball 23 Baseball 23 Committees I,2,3,4. JOANNE PAGE -Home-EcClub 13 Hon- or Roll 33 Committees 2. BEVERLY POLLARD - Spirit of Towle 33 Student Council Representative 33 Of- fice Assistant 1.2: Granite Girls' State 33 Band I,2,3,4: Glee Club 1.3.43 Triple Quartet 2,3,4: All-State Band 33 One Act Plays 2,33 Latin Club 23 Committees I,2,3,43 Honor Roll 1,2, 3,42 Dramatics Club 13 Practice Teach- ing 33 Yearbook Staff3 Senior Three Act Play, All State Chorus 4. PAULINE RACICOT - Spirit of Towle 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4 qVice - PresidentJ3 One Act Plays 23 Granite Girls' State 33 Junior Prize Speaking qFirst Prizey3 Field Hockey 1, 2, 33 Jay-Vee Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 33 Latin Club 23 Dramatics Club 13 Art Club 23 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4 qHead CheerleaderJ3 Miss N. H, Cheerleader Contest 23 Co-Chair- man of Class Snow Sculpturing I,2,4: Practice Teaching 33 Honor Roll 33 Committees I,2, 3,43 Yearbook Staff QAssociate Editory3 Senior Play. ROBERT RADFORD - Hall Proctor 33 Glee Club 23 One Act Plays 33 Hi-Y I3 Football 1qMgr. J3 ClassVice-Presi- dent 13 Committees 1,23 Senior Three Act Play. ALAN RANNISTO - Spirit of Towle 3, 4 fCo-EditorJ3 Cross Country 3,43 Jay- Vee Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball3, 43 Baseball 2,3,4, fC3Pl3l.l'lj: Student Council President 43 Class Treasurer 33 Honor Roll I,2,3.4: Yearbook Staff. WILLIAM RICKER - Profile Boys' State 33 Dramatics Club 13 Senior Three Act Play. WILLIAM ROZOKAT - Hall Proctor 2, 33 Football 2,3,4: T,S.V, All-Stars Qi-lonorable Mentionl3 Ski Team I3 Jay- Vee Basketball 23 Baseballz, 3:4: Com- mittees 1, 2,3, 43 Senior Three Act Play. ROBERT STODDARD - Glee Club l,2, 3,43 Student Council Representative 13 All-State Chorus 3,43 U. N, Model As- sembly 43 Latin Club 23 One Act Plays 2,33 Honor Roll l,2,3, 43 Dramatics Club If Yearbook Staff: Senior Three Act Play3 All-State Chorus 4. PATRICIA TATRO - Spirit of Towle 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Home-Ec Club 1,2,33 One Act Plays 23 Softball 2,33 Com- mittees 2,3,4: Yearbook Staff. ELEANOR TENNEY - Spirit of Towle 43 Home-Ec Club 2,33 Band I3 Glee Club I,2, 3,43 Junior Prize Speaking3 Com- mittees 1,23 Yearbook Staff. WANITA WEST - Home-Ec Club I, 2, 3,43 Glee Club 2, 3,43 Committees 1, 2. EARL HAWKINS - Football 2, 3, 4 Co- CaptainJ5 Track 45 B a se b all 1, 2, 35 Committees 1, 2,3, 45 Gym Club 2 qSec- retaryj5 T, S. V, All Stars. BARBARA HOOPER - Spirit of Towle 45 Office Assistant 3,45' Home-Ec Club 35 Librarian 45 Granite Girls' State 35 Hon- or Roll 25 Yearbook Staff. DEAN HOYT - Student Council Repre- sentative 45 Band l,2,3,45 One Act Plays 3: I. V. Basketball 1,25 Track 45 Latin Club 25 Committees 1, 2, 3,45 Class Secretary 15 Class Vice President 4. JOANNE HURD - Librarian 1,25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 qPianistp5 One Act Plays 35 Junior Prize Speaking 35 Triple Quartet 3,4 fPianistJ5 Field Hockey 25 Latin Club 25 Honor Roll 3,45 Sopho- more Carnival Queen Contest 15 Com- mittees I,2,3,4. ' DAVID KELLEY - Student Council 2, 35 One Act Plays 35 Football IUV1gl',,: Track 15 Committees 1,2, 3,45 Gym Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL KNEBEL - Spirit of Towle 3,4 fEditor-in-Chiefj5 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 35 Of- fice Assistant 1,2, 3,45 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Triple Quartet 3, 45 One Act Plays 25 Cheerleader 3,4: I. V. Basketball 25 Latin Club 2 fTreasurerj5 Commit- tees 1, 2, 3,45 Honor Roll 35 Dramatics Club 15 Class Vice President 25 Class President 35 Sophomore Carnival Queen Contest 1,25 Yearbook staffg Student Council 3,4. ROBERT LAMOTI-1E - Glee Club 2, 3,45 One Act Plays 35 Band 4 qMgr,y Com- mittees 35 Honor Roll 2, 3. ll lllli MITIVITIE 23222 fw .ai i .-95 'iii' is , , s s A 'R ' as , s sslf- lsff -rig: F sir? 511 "gf ,-Q ,,- , is ., ,. sl, ,Qgf-i X s'.g.gf. j-?.1,,. 'M 2 ,,, SHELIA LANE - Home Ec Club 1,35 Sophomore Carnival Queen Contest 4. WILLIAM LARSON - Student Council 1, 25 Football l,2,45 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 45 Track 2, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 1. RICHARD LEEMAN - One Act Plays 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Senior Play. SHIRLEY LINTON - Home Ec Club 1, Committees I,2,3. CLARA LITTLEFIELD - Spirit of Towle 45 Office Assistant 45 Librarian 45 Granite Girls' State 35 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Triple Quartet 2,45 All State Chorus 3,45 Junior Prize S pe aking5 Latin Club 2 QSecretaryJ Committees 1 Honor Roll 1,2, 3,45 Senior Play. GERALDINE MANT1-IORN - Tri-Hi-Y4 Office Assistant 15 Home-Ec Club 3 Honor Roll 2, 3. BRUCE MAXHAM - Profile Boys' Stat 3. THEODORE MERRILL - Spirit of Towl 4 fCo-Editorj5 Student Counci-1 3 qTreasurerl 45 Band I,2,3 QPresiden 4 qPresidentj5 Glee Club 2,3,45 A State Band 2,3,45 Brass Sextet 2,3,. One Act Plays35 Track1,2,3,45 Con mittees 35 Class Treasurer 1,22 Cla President 45 Yearbook, SUSAN CUTTING - Spirit of Towle 3, 43 Orange Key 3,43 Office Assistant I, 23 Librarian 43 Granite Girls' State 33 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prize Speak- ing fSecond Pl'lZ6J: Latin Club fPresi- dentj 23 Committees I,2,3,4: Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 Yearbook Staff3 Senior Play. ALLEN CRANDLEMERE - Cross Country 4: Varsity Basketball 3.4: LV. Bas- ketball 2,33 Track 3,43 Baseball 23 Gym Club 3,43 Committees I,2,3,4. ROBERT DANIELSON - Spirit of Towle 33 Hall Proctor 1,2,43 Band I,2,3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3,43 One Act Play 33 Cross Country 43 Ski Team 2,42 Track I,43 Hi-Y I,2, fTreasurerp3 Senior Play. ELKE DECKER - Spirit of Towle 43 Tri- Hi-Y 2,3 qTreasurerj 43 qTreasurerj3 Student Council I3 Librarian 43 Glee Club I,2,3,4: Triple Quartet 43 Honor Roll t,2,43 Class President 1, Senior Play. HONORA DELANGIS - Spirit of Towle 2, 33 Student Council Representative 32 Office Assistant 2, 3'4Q Home-Ec Club 1,2,3 qVice-Presidentp3 Glee Club 1, 2,3,43 Triple Quartet 2,3,43 Field Hockey3 qMgr.J, 4, qMgr,j3 Softball 3 qMgr. J, 4 fMgl'.,: Honor Roll 3. ROGER FESSENDEN - Hall Proctor 3,43 Iunior Prize Speaking 33 Football 3,43 Cross Country 1,21 Varsity Basketball 3: I. V. Basketball 1,23 Baseball I,2, 3-4- ROBERT GAGNE - Student Council Rep- resentative 33 One Act Play 3: J.V. 3asketball I3 Track 3,43 Baseball 1,25 Committees I,2,3,43 Senior Play. WENDELL GARDNER - Hall Proctor 3, 43 Football I,2,3, 43 All-State Football fl-Ionorable Mentionj 43 Varsity Basket- ball 2.3.45 I. V. Basketball I3 Track 1, 2, 3,43 Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 T,S,V, All-Star. YVETTE GENTES - Orange Key 3, 43 Home-Ec Club 1, 23 Glee Club 23 Field Hockey 3.4: J. V. Basketball 43 Soft- ball 3,43 In tra mural Volleyball 33 Committees I,2, ANN GOBIN - Spirit of Towle 33 Tri- Hi-Y 33 Office Assistant 23 Glee Clul 1, 2,3,4: Field Hockey 33 Girls' Bas- ketball 3 fMgr.J Softball 2. WILFRED GONYO - Student Council, Ist Vice President 43 Hall Procior x3 Foot- ball I, 2, 33 Trackz, 33 Baseball 13 Committees 1,2,3,43 Class Vice Presi- dent 33 Gym Club 2. BEVERLY HALL -Spirit of Towle 33 of- fice Assistant I,2,33 Librarian I3 Glee Club I, 2, 3,42 Triple Quartet 3,43 One Act Play 2, 33 Junior Prize S pea king fThird Prizeyg Latin Club 23 Commit- tees I,2,3, 43 Honor Roll I,2,3, 43 Dramatics Club x3 Practice Teaching 33 Yearbook Staff3 Senior Play. CARROL HAMILTON - Committees 1, 2,3. IUNE HANDLEY - Spirit of Towle 3,43 fChief Typistj3 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Student Council Secretary 43 Office Assistant I3 Librarian 1,2,33 Youth Gov't Pro- gram 33 Honor Roll 22 Class Secretary 2,33 ClassTreasurer43 YearbookStaff3 Committees I,2,3,43 Art Club 2. S lllll AUTIVITIE MARJORIE ALEXANDER - Spirit of Towle 35 Office Assistant 25 Glee Club 2,3,4: One Act Plays 35 Softball 25 Latin Club 23 Committees I,2, 3, 45 Honor Roll I,2,3,4Z Practice Teach- ing 35 Yearbook Staff5 Senior, Play. CAROLINE ANDLER - Spirit of Towle 45 Office Assistant 15 Glee Club 1,25 One Act Plays 25 Latin Club 25 Com- mittees I,2,3, 45 Honor Roll I,3, 45 Class President 25 Dramatics Club 15 Practice Teaching 35 Yearbook Staff5 Senior Play. IRENE BEVERS - Spirit of Towle 45 Of - fice Assistant I,2,45 Librarian I,2,3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3,45 Triple Quartet 43 Jay-Vee Basketball45 Softball45 Com- mittees 45 Art Club 2. CARL BREUNING - Cross-Country 3,45 Track 3,4. RosAL1E BLAINE - spirit of Towle 2,35 Tri-I-li-Y 3, 45 Office Assistant 1,25 Librarian I,2,3i Honor R011 3,4, JOAN BOOTH - Committees 1,2,3,45 Honor Roll 45 Interscholastic Volleyball 3-4- - DAWNA BROOKS - Home-Ec Club 3, fTreasurerJ Librarian 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Committees 2,3,45 Senior Play. Sophomore Carnival Queen 4. 2 X rss 1 QF SARAH BROOKS - Office Assistant 3,45 Home-Ec Club 33 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Varsity Basketball 45 Jay-Vee Basket- ball I,2,35 Softball 2,45 Committees 2,3. DONALD BROWN - Committees 3. GWEN CARON - Home - Ec Club I5 Hockey 35 Office Assistant45 Yearbook Staff5 Committees 1,2,3,45 Librarian 4. ANNABELLE CLARK - Office Assistant 1,2,35 Home-Ec Club 1,35 Librarian 2,45 Committees 2,3. GEORGE CORONIS - Student Council Representative 45 Hall Proctor 3,45 Glee Club 25 Football 3,45 All-State Football fHonorable Mentionl 45 Bas- ketball15 Track 3,45 Baseball15 Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 T.s,v. All-Stars 4. NANCY CORONIS - Art Club Ii Tri- Hi-Y 25 Office Assistant 45 Sophomore CarnivalQueen 25 Yearbook qEditor-in- chiefj. EUGENE COTE - Football 2,43 Com mittees I, 2,3,4. I W X XM" V7 f"'K W3 M7 x X . X T F L 1 g 2 f Q S I fl f X ., f X f 2 X XE 5 R A L7 "vx1C'72rrogvvxf14!n,x1f'faJ 62,6 HMM f VX f 1 7 E , X ' 5' 5 x N X WJ f s , . 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' I ' - n 1 n 6232222225 5355 gp gszgg . for E00 X Wm x ' 1 veS YO one o ' ' ' Wants UU. . . hoo ' , yu .. 0 Pefamr to be ' rughsc H . bww ' , 6... "ln ' , --see 11 re1e- 'xr L . - Nasty mere. . -Coubg 'r- P0sse 'fsuence is -n b,ut'10the C- Y Q5 ar me 11 ss . H dl ard dance. . -gooknow Time. bum . . . Nlta gmfy few can --of mm we we me--. . -B1 nc we WOW ULA.S UFFIUER. l T - N 4 z 2 X I 1 T. . l 3 T f' f ' LEFT TO RIGHT: G, Coronis, Student Council: J. Nebrydoski, Secretaryg T, Merrill, Presidentg D, Hoyt, V President: I. Handley, Treasurer, 6 2 'ff' ROBERT ST ODDARD 1 ver a duii moment. . . most studi- 't get monthy x" . . . coi- " handshake. . . math Ne ous. . . "Don iege. . .senior "ciaw 1 ' 'stening to music. . .whiz in man is the architect oi Bob ii "Ev ery ne" . . . his own iortu T", Flat ' H leg ittop guy UGH T 81 AIT Whe-re 1 ha fun Wofkfthe Digi Our" lover. aftel' sclfog on Pa and 51' fOund'g Oh' O1-.. '-IFkY's Cue goesny' mno ara. I "n . etire love life.. H ughie Coward I fury-P I ', Q X K -. 43 PATRXCIA TATRO er in senior class. . .spreading smiie. . ."T en- 4 avid". . .gviiiingxixhsigi . . axicountgi Rfjgmical t lg 1 lf, C C S IS S per ' 0 t LE rn 1 '. hos ANC mai.1,?ummL2th0see who ks TENNEY 25 know ggemp Of '5?f'1-wma OW he, W et is roianur "R0gEfrti6s 6511. ,,R ike h rref Ru,,"- d " e er" and en" gewo gul-Sr n 0 Q Tenrjjlad diego Conti and -a -a sing. 6 or I . VITO lewcom iis anyone". . ."D ant. . . iistening, to recor s. . . the iittie stars wiii shine". . .Patti me 5 ' ,wt,., ' . r..5 in 'Hb S tudent RA ounci1 PIZNISTO Sid . ROBERT RAD? ORD Beautiful eyes. . . She in the South beckons. . . "At ease dlse ase". . . S o uthe r n fried chicken. . . Mona Lee. . .favorite pastime: sleeping . , . see . . .Future sailor "Alw ays late and . , ,Do fl at th never quite here", , . Dan Yankee :II b3Sk1f tome: library ent . . rown ' 0 , ' best ,Q,e24en OTH? bagff , -Exist. H e f '-.A1 W WO!-ds':a-UONIZ F3 th' e , fl.. , i X.. lx Xt,-JJ -x NN I 1 lj Fzw X X 'ix N'Q':"' hffh WXLLXBM RXCKER Curly blond halt. . .active rnernbet Of The Natwnal Guards. . . "l'll do it tomorrow" . . . chocolate cake A ' e Navy. . .great help to hls grand parents. .. lhletic rn runneth the water ls deepest" ... Judy Tiger WILLIAM Udyps"nb0o..' "I n 0 , -. h ks OI OK , - T Ou fo kn ,, A 24 Billy he 311' iigoa hegglclflin 3. Q , egsy Od h S eep :08. goin umotsurerh .jo-.Can bg cha rounds the sere for lm al Vice Waysv. Korn th "Where the stxea rainy R5 E NEPAG - a... LAW DAN A loyai Euan emu F urure West SENCE p A R12 So verxl qmenyz. Unufsmg' "nn is 1? round with rholnrern.. 'HO .. 'Q he wie ' smile' " u om"...C ef 51111. '. YOU fool Bn e . .Piet-ty wotd al a 1'O11ar orflne you get th con, Catfioi to speak 3 otds than we English S If-1 ting. . . . sharp, 0 0 se e easxer H eak morew book b c1ass..,.,1:'-Ynswer ma Qu than no SP n ,V its co Ou Can? , U ID honXd". . .loa Ver. . .Larry fudge 3 s '. ,.,t w e '43 1 QU- fm' ,f"?+A'n"T D I P 'VL f! , 3 , Y POLL-NR dent. -- A1 v - active P .F 0 pt:31ICad0 U I Ia Ughin RA C ilcient and ?X?c::ci.g1a'ew' Laxsgiixd Sxeycmg Cheelit-ggves to 5-:never fa frfefldicoggw vensl""' 3 ,active ln ' - ence an -.. "H ef"-mo hvwaciou ff esfce '- krtmenrad feacheh-mP0ssib1e 10 61118 any,-, ef fnends-rI:tpoPU1ar...1im hVe1Y.Px-erfas le 'Few things are x 23 ...Polly ey are many VZY camiva 15:1 he-id n Q 3 U Mi1Y'0o0Bev er foes-has Sie: THEODORE Ho MERRILL sts of friends. . . oh! those eyes ' l- -Plays 3 C001 trumpet. . . eyes for HAM HY on grrlrshkcharms. . . "I plumb forgot" MAX es.. - omg 5- -POI chops. ..Lady Godiva. . , BRUCE gxasit.. . , .H O., H Who Carfs. I just want to get out" 'cut aY2hdn'i dogots awaYuU'-i A11 the worldloves a lover". . , Ted oe Hom tha gow C Scare 33:25 in nie Choc . txe t ui . the xle .Ma RICHARD NICHOLS Scintilla ting red car. . . snazzy clothes. . . "What! Who me?'1 . . ski- K1 ing. . . "Ihad to work? ??". . . hunting BRYDOSCI figmsrlt for deer and de ars. . . rating to see the NNE NE up iofh pattmede world. . . "Never do today what you IOP' .gangs . ,tklatez attiiu 0 can put off until tomorrow". . . Dick feta? 10 1' X , - ' - Q 3oslQ?!", .Pafglog a 53:10 those iowafdxfhe W3--a Hag 22 aft' ' ' that lm S0 thosefeex ' ' . that sms RICHARD LHNSAT AXNEN-LEEMAN That knowiedge runs deep. . . cow- boy boots. . . "i'ii be good". . . out to the stiiis. . . chasing wornen. . .out- Qu. SH door type. . .travei. . ."Niustiwork, herlgt and 'fm-By LI oh what awasteoitirnev' ..Dick Iotofsfne at Sify PIJVTQN Work .mans Elia- Sanz fren In C tOo"' S" "."sPe ,' Onn ...f 0 I've Uds Do 'les " - f - ufure 80: Wh - - . ' I h . a Want roar YOu vibe Pifgid Clagipltai do if . 825, to dznd blue and . in when - .. yOu 'K'- CLARA LXTTLEFIELD yrarnid of buiging books. .."i don't ioye you no acre" . . . ohx those sweaters. . .weekends withW.P. ffiendl G L. . .hot fudge sundaes. . .nursing first! . . . "Studious ISU 'f tg' heart ERA LD me sat, with aii her books around". . .Ciarabeiie ' ' ' lon at no ' ' Doi INF Wwe 88 fo U"s1" Sf is HMANTH !'0u g av ".3p Otn OR 2' s k1nd,,.e1. .jrgngiui-'cessatylio . ' e Iefldl .meat I sllc 3 cess. 'U' ,V f eel. Hd 1118 maelfflcient 65 one TH DAVXD XLBLLBY B'rd- A iuscious D.A. - -"YW VN' X mmf- , , ,"C,ari't stay after sonooi. ggrra go to work" . . .iound 'at the A garage after his cat . . - SONXBB We thevariety CAROL navy.--Skivviw M1001--' APM gre Spun sof C1015 NEBEL is aiways better than a book . . - , . Plymgaff, . . ces. , I 3 ..HeI 1228. Ulh . i "501'gie must O ,ey "Und .his "-D .U gay '. , U ifeife Shisfded fS'0-O-':? s In I " el 8. her SFILT. ' ' e is Dave 956 ROBERT LAMOTHE Sohnny-on-the-spot. . . dark-rirnrned giassees. . . "Au Bois". . .roarning around. . . State Park, working and Ch otherwise. . . most courteous. . . coiiege. . . "Le Cai- ripsftefbox vaire" . . .Bob 3 er", ' - , SHE ffl1iirffffnefs?f5f'y5Zi'gy bla? LANE 20 CIOUSN 165. . 'Slices hail.. '..'I-OO' W '-.C1a'."Th ts Oman , Ssfli ans 1s C rf- . qllir I1 ' frje 6 t d Cla I an geablear EARL HAWKINS Such innocent eyesx . . .the future hofdsv 2 Q . . . canbe found at Kathy s . . .hunting craze. . . pork chops. . . Ch BA .-You d0n'1 me an it!" . . .the ofd ' D iffrfulsm1RfARA H truck won't start. . . "The rnifdest ing iscon, . . ,, Mil . , gir?OPER manner and the gentlest heart" . . . ing woher fave Hy" Of few Q Ik r' ' ' - s w Hawkey e lrfeziigrefurluflr, u . mxgfriasugge dafizrgf Spafeth-h'she thi:P1aAs'iWil1- ef W hath n the - k ords . now- .Barbs DEAN HOYT Mr, Vice President. . . good dancer " atoint thee tonyon". . .found toarn- ingthe highways. . .why do some cah Tres f JO him Pedro'?'?'?'? . . .Best Petsonafity . , .O1ffminineANNE H . . .wandering to that pot of gold. . . musiche. , i . . fhirdUf2D .-That man about town". . .Dennie ge welril abnit Cripeflngersp e . - . - . - 'L ark Ilga - Humber: Ol-n a tg. eminelsf .1Cr lame urefr ple-aSe, cosfume Ohe . 31' her' 'a To see 19 fU1-le ., BEVERLY Ha ONYO HALL ppy disposirion...a sincere fri end. . . "Oh Yea2". . . Corner Pharmacy. . . dependable. . . always G ood mf, ready for fun. . .preparing to don ERP-D gy- ' 'g ynufe white cap. . . "Stately and tall she will opal- , 3 m .ulng . . ld Pars it in ayswxvl tis moves ln the hall, the chief ofa xeDdl,.x'U do naw' dv. X of thousand for grace"...Bev SP ghs, .- hannah' noun PXQMY u , s -.:2:2Yfh::z.i ha t0 . ndw 10 H16 U -W 8 ds . ' irien JUNE HANDLEY TISS PGIit6...hair the envy of all . . .future m. a. b .... "Tough ain'r it?". . . pizza. . .3 years an officer ANULTON --Come . . . can 't stand silence. . . sparkling ARROL H . Ada-gauge. . :S personality. . . "Nothing was ever C adih' 'ge' of .,.He t achieved witlrourenrhusiasmi . .Red Bmshesgfeew' hoganc-ligand fic on"- 't' baslfffjg' Q52 55:13 4:0963 mqss 'O Lotsuenxfo gglil ied. , . Pal-XC man .nessn ' ' . naPP1 18 -any ROBERT GAGNE Pint-size dynamo. . .season game hunter. . . class flirt. . . "Y ea, Jim" girls, girls, girls. . .never a dull S W moment. . . future plans to ioin the iigaf athe1iNDELL G K in Air Force. . . "No time hangsheavy , . m'3Cu1Htete- - . HIARDNER 1' on my hand". . .Bob 035223 with 2918.1 and lanky .,-1, Ofo eb.. nice .. for fsome ur 1-OYSQPP Ones We-nga and spy the ootball ' ' ' Co- Y folic World . tea and so .ls madnl do In e YVETTB GENTBS Blushes easily. . . good-natured . . . "Oh lor gosh stakes" . . .some day a v , nurse. . . rnost athletic. . .bacon and on M eggs.. ."Not stepping over the '-T:fOrfoU ANNG bounds oi modesty". . .Punk . , . gf do nz SeenC?IN o . r 17 STI?-ss CIQIJHS e, if1:1rfce?ff9Ydon- . gayfs. . , -.Hey . hamburgoes 61:14 e ' ' . A , flea 3 an - - . It is d sports. Hnle .yOung a nd tx I , . W' ' ROBERT DANXELSON it? Erorn snares to a hass...piaid iies and a crewcni...shyn2...Navy. here 'L come. . . " Scnme ir" . . . atthe fnovies..."i-ie never was a ieiiow A EL that said rnnchx X V' . ..Buz'z-ij ungelping hKE DEC - H' a KE 'lflg . tl 0h nd' a R b e C150 o , Besl-5019. . .tglendly feady fgl e an an aroftufdayhealt Hg is . ' a ime Hd 'ni Q lm Wee , rpf "gg ght- - . p . b er lud Muschfkslble 1tf0f fag'-.,a1 Y to 1 01' . . ,'NwayS 'ing h Oth- earth HONORA DELANGXS A capable sports manager. . .sorne say she is bashiui- others doubt ir. ..her nice voice makes happy hearts B I sing..."Yon've get so show me" ...nntsing...rnorn ,,'111jant "A friend in need is a friend indeedi". . . SOI fell yshins 1- ROGER ufh 3 Mr' ' ' Wa F Steak Of Bo , K 16 . sro '----8ro ND . . F eSSe He 11-Exe? Pe nnil it ghiillzogfgvfor '10 frienbhunting fhisn crutches when and '-.25 ' ever made "'8. a fo' and dad. . . Honey NANCY CORONIS Aiready a Mrs. ncompeterxt year- book e ditor. . .Squeakie. . .letters from a faraway piace. . .pr etty to Sh look at. . .iiverwurstsandwiches and oh uffling EUGEN - sweet pickies. . .make her husband a ge I thas' grumbf COTE goodwife, , ,"Efficiency cloaked in , t nefal, u e,,P1a1d IHS, mu the mostcharmiug of c1oaks" . . .Nan befllfvellfe dYpeeEhi,tS Inbling ' D .S and bell wo f1unQg'8ir1s'i ad s h o man new co' dogsuldnq Sf' one. B1' ' es 3-F. -. art S lm Pecf - HT. -fest 1. P ally lme dl-iv. ' ' 3 gO0d 1:6118 Olsng 1me,, 3 a r Qi ALLEN CRANDLEMERE V im, vigor, vitality. . ,curly hair. . . "1 didn't do itX" . . . Deacons. , , bursting I with jokes. . .chatter-box . . .become O a millionaire. . . "it is better to live atne of th Sf-'SAN Q rich than to die rich". . ,Crarmy WMKEUY'sG1nte11igxU'1'TING c - . , '- nr P1 - Oh Ser 15 feed. aid. . - . , I ICQ nz ' deperl ' mO3fi?l M. , . bunch63 so n 1Ce to dable lkely lack arurally ,ge Uarugl' Col 1 20 Sue- ce" Wh Se ...Sue 6nyou:.. fe ' 1 117 R GWENDOLYN CARON One of the commercial girls... sparkling third finger. . .Harry. . . "I ain 't thinkin today". . . corn on N I .me the cob...E1eanor's pajama party ALD 830:35 ggme . . . marriage. . . "Iris better to wear DOH X , .Wg E.-' ke, ' out than to rust out "...Squaw 0 f-We 'nuniulna Ca e U- 10 1.-' m full!! eg 100' emon ,er .- nd 1 . C15 . e C auiy' .ve 3 19 U ..1C ISOH "Ll on ' ms ve Maw' bgam vige Set OD 5. I, ND uve ' 1 GEORGE CORONIS Good all -around athelete. . . found at South Main. . Carol.. . "You like it and you know it "...popula X vs" .-Tha' with all. . . chicken 1. . . undecided fu t ur e. . . "His , ' RK new ' get wit invites you by his looks to come-but when you ABELLE . -Dxgegfllx Vgidle knock he 's never at home". . . Coronie ANN aubmnxinungkst mile 14 nd dainrgg Qazyhflgw fa: x 1 3 ho! . . Sfnax e,, . . n danceso :WS m .Wa Cfoydoseafns' . Mews its Q STARS 40" A f f A f, KN! fl ' Q P- 'lf'-if ff 'fjfz ,VI . l.,f60Cf:L6 , I f, lf: f '25 G 4 ff V1 'ffji LZ 9156 aw 4' f, LU, ,f . , 1, f,1-4,.w-fxkffj 4 I v'N,l11.7:g Air!! f . 1- yy ,, , 1 + . f hy those H - b 1 mu of fun.--0 d amrad- CARL B Quiet QW eH how was 1 Sugpose Wise Cr 10 IOVCI' REUNIN eyes--' .. ' 1 gonefishm2---- Sched affkef "-"HN .G moknow? "'P?uo.in me famiwn' mad :ge comilr' "I've e gen henchfuesglzar succeeds which ex' Mills emisf.. gi-Upnn .Est a radio hewed to merry". " "Ear ' Wing ar PTCHMV anoB1.u ' eat, eat Ollard' s -1 uxgaxgtantgsiiitits hav e not Produce" - - ' 30 Ho a and be I DAWNA BRQSKSdimP1e5. , ,loves to Definitel SA 1 . , N12 and Cute" 'Char m g '1 mom". . .V1ctor. . wouldn. ,V Quzera RAH BRO Rance "Fm SONY' Youlklogi Eun "Lime friend future C3150 fooling?" -2 w 1 ,RRS 0 0 0 . . 0 . . c - . 'Soon to be Tgnedlgimples fri1arfs'..'?1Zf Cook aliletlovould Yoluig Smile.. .. of an me WO! I1 B Y fee: ff Sta '-.atb ' YOu 13 " took . are f . Her. le-U Sie r13ky '-Sweate c'0o airy. If fs and 1 ke-wi se F 'WX 0 . M X ORlE ALEXANDER l shes Friendly smile for all .. . b u easily.. ."Geex That makes me so A madl . . sooo innocent and gnlli- dm- CARO ble , , ,many admirers. . .oh :nose Hdmilable perLINE AND dimples.,.mos1 amaciive. . ."Tlie Ledge "RaiS0na1ity I-ER hand mam liamli made you fair hath york muofld, l je H Hagfg - vfrtu made you good". . . Nlaiiie a Her wa Sfibe db eady to . hikes to 11 her glalfj warns? . . Chai-Work :Eat r hs are p51easa:ZnP1ug. en age ,, ess a ' ' . ..KathQ1d le 1?-ENE BEVERS :iendly manner. . .New Y ons accenn , ,inmre living, in New 'foils CRY Env. R p .. .spagheui, . .cliaiming .. ,Oh 501 3we'0uS Co OSALIE heavens sake". . .square dancing- -- . N ,E Sho mplexi ELAINE "Wisely and slow ' 'IUCY Smmme' mat eyes On 't - . main. . , se run fast". . .Blondie walkilg - pasteilow doy a mi? at th Spatkl g.,' HH Swe yOu?,' 6 frie C E011 wi '-.en. gue fh mis Joys . ch. 12 g1veS b lef Enter ffm . - ax ax X X - ,XX Y. XXX ff x f f 56 XM, N xfiilf 1 f fx ff -ff fff' 4 Q x X - X -1' X-V. xx Q X ' 14 fj x5X , f,, "ll W ,qu l W W ' X - A V f f qff,2q, Af?' f f f - ff ' Q 41745: X7-'fV'91,' X X f N! X 1 Q lv '-'f , 1- 'ff , x ' f X . I ,L.j2jv,-. j74'fMg,.:'iQi 4 X XX X X f Y - , I, f I f if. 0 rl .h Mfezivivag X ' If fx ,fi a-Q fum I Y I XX 5 , 5 . L if A ff, x K' . 1 'ff V A 1, Q p f ff ' X ' N Y 1 f f W! f !,, K? ug fy gy Q , if ,,, s! UA u A X ,qi x ,, 9 - f 4 ',t?QQ,Qfa'If,f X xi '. ' O 1 ' . N' f f J f AX X X -:All 7 K FAC LTY X ELIZABETH STILLINGS Keene Teachers College B.Ed. Family, Foods and Nutrition, Tex- tiles and Clothing DAVID W. WEAVER Boston University B. M. Music Supervisor, C h o r u s, Band, Triple Quartet, and Brass Ensemble Director OLLIE TURPEINEN University of New Hampshire B.A. . M.A. History of Civilization, American History, Commercial Geography, Football and Basketball Assistant Coach 4? MARY F. LORD Burbank Hospital School of Nursing Fitchburg, Massachusetts R. N. School Nurse IO ' x ROBERT K. UNDERHILL University of Rhode Island B. S. Physical E d u c a t io n, Football. Basketball, and Baseball Coach . 4 BEATRICE I. BOVERS New Jersey State Teachers Colle B. S. U.S. History and Government One Act Play Coach, Senior Cla Adviser - February 27, 1956 PRISCILLA F. HASTINGS Plymouth Teachers College B. Ed. Shorthand l and ll, Typing land ll, Dfficc Practice, Treasurer ofTowle School Associates, T re a s u re r of lthletic Fund, Prize Speaking Coach, Dean of Women MARIE P. MEIKLEJOHN University of New Hampshire B. S. ysical Education, Interscholastic Hockey, Basketball Softb ll FACULTY 'C' DOROTHY E. JONES Plymouth Teachers College Cornell University B. Ed. Economics, Personal Typing, Gen- eral Math, Typing I, Yearbook Adviser, School Secretary K ,,. JOSEPH H. RYAN Dartmouth, Harvard Boston University B.A. H English II and IV, Senior Play Director 9 IRENE L. KLINE Hamline University, University of Chicago, Columbia University, Rutgers University Ph. B. English I and III Spirit of Towle Adviser, Junior Prize S p e a k ing Coach JOHN H. SOKUL University of New Hampshire Plymouth Teachers College B. A. Civics, General Math, Driver Ed- ucation, Prize Speaking Contest Chairman ILLIS H. BALLOU Tufts, Harvard B. Sc. , M. Sc. Math, Sophomore Class Adviser, Student Council Adviser, Director FMIULTY . 1 1 ' ' NE V. BERG Plymout Teach rs College, Univers y of Hampshire B. Ps cholo r - ralScience,Biol- of Audio-Visual Aids g e Coach, Freshman Class - ise Prize Speaking Coa One Act Play Coach . BUINICKY 's, St. Mary's of Baltimore B.A. S.'l'.B. English, Latin, Guidance Counse- lor, Junior Class Adviser, Cross Country and Track Coach, Junior Prize Speaking Coach, One-Act Play Coach OLIVER M. DROWN Keen Teachers College B. Ed. Industrial Arts, Mechanical Draw- ing, Ski Team Coach 8 WILLIAM L. BRYANT University of New Hampshire B.Sc. , M, Ed. Physics, Chemistry, Faculty Mana- ger of Athletics, Orallge Key ANDREW E. FRANKO Boston University, Springfield College B, S. Ed. law, American History, U. S. G ernment 8a Politics, One-Act P Coach, Prize Speaking Coach, Sm ior Class Adviser to February I7, I956 PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE As you, the class of 1956, put together this his- ry of your class and its members, you should thrill to 1d so much done by so many. Such a voluntary, cooperative effort is the es- wce of Democracy. From this venture each of you Juld carry the unfaltering conviction that, in spite the imposition ofself-discipline on individual mem- rs, Democracy is the highest Form and the most pro- ctive organization of society yet known. This is true cause the worthwhileness of each individual is its ry breath and soul. My best wishes to each of you for continued :wth in happiness, social responsibility, and well- rn . 9 Sincerely, :Q Principal BUILDING CUSTODIANS LEFT TO RIGHT: Herbert Gave, Ernest 1. Babbitt lun Qt GORDON B. FLINT University of New Hampshire B.S. , M. Ed. SUPERINTENDENVS MESSAGE To the Members of the Class of l956: May l extend congratulations to each of you as you complete your secondary education. Graduation signifies an accomplishment- not easily or quickly attained - and brings with it a personal satisfaction in seeing a iob through to com letion. You enter a society beset with many problems. However, the opportunities For a d v a n c e m e nt and achievement are great. There is still no easy road to success and good Fortune usually comes in the degree and measure to which it is sought. l hope that each of you will look back with pleas ure and satisfaction upon your high school ex- periences. May you always maintain an interest in the activities of the school . Sincerely your, fawdwf 6 Jfigt Supt. of Schools. Superintendent of Schools THE SUPERINTENDENT 'S OFFICE LEFT TO RIGHT: Alphonse Soucy, Gordon B. Flint, Janice Kieffer, Lucille Babbitt THE SCHOOL BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Henry Mahoney, Leo Knebel, John Lee ,LEW QW W in FQUUUW ii' -Ei gf Diwscfog 6 'ez' M 54' 4:-i?if'?A l 21 f 5 17 w Sig! XXX Q g l'f "ina ?--f , g . ! s-+2 V-' f-H ,- S x K4 5 K ,, , , :X Q f' kv-if - f if 1 , W fr 1 -if-4 Tx 1 g 2-f- -fm ,Y ? ima iq 1 ,, X- -W . . f - f ' ,, W-, ,W 1' y ff 1 f 1935 9. L? f .5 ',, f' lm E 2 Ga X by . X 1 CON www Zf f , ' W wfw 2 K me QF 4,70 my Z f 4 3 ff f f ' 31 , . ,' ' VIEW , ff' fl f f ri -4 ig f f QW Q v + ' O ,Q Q TJ f ST gi qw Xxh X MI 'W X x' Ni vxx 5 3 I j f 4:0 " g + -Q - I if XT T 5' l ' .LL ,lr PL Q' 4- 6 , K 1 ' fvyig Z U ' QA if 4 'FQ' - cg ,gl-" g...f f Q y S , Rl if X? Show Business! This WX E, play will reveal the feelings, -X cornedi, tenderness and xg-f triump s of the Stars of Towle N 5 High School in the years 1952 ,-,,,f to T956. This is the story of our start . from the Freshman yeartill our gradu- A-L ation in June. 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