Towle High School - Spirit Yearbook (Newport, NH)

 - Class of 1958

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Donald Quimby Fnrwnn -rm'- f-lurvv 2 ,1 was Q 1 I QSM is ililfkvlllw WE DEDICATE We, the Class of 1958, in appreciation of your understanding attitude, of your unceasing endeavors to prepare us for a successful life, of your ever present smile and determination, dedicate to you, Mr. Willis Ballou, the Tiger of 1958. 2 APPRE CIATI O ' - -L - - .2511 ' ,. " lf j I ,'L. -- . ' s srei ' as L .-are X -2. Q, ,rss 'saw i ff. "S-if '55 31,34 , 121 ff, , all V Qc 51 ,sg . rg -fx-nr: xg? 'f ff r 9, ,-15 ' , ,Q -' ' S ' J .M fm..- fi is A 8, will? f- As- P ,y -Fiiif-is My P was "fi -4 ' ',f.s,,,,f,.- If af r r -A WN' MWQAK5 W -' ' 'iii-,151 1553? fl Q X 'V 'lf ., . 1.. ,M K M. fa, , . 5.1, z, yn? Q iffy ?1g5'3',',a5 Pig? ff , -ia ' ikgsf-agar yy ill.. 7- L,w',xk1v1rLi,N ,WMM JA A . .LL if, ,. va... QM!-A.fe .Que-ri,r,o?,, - 2. w A- -..I -fra 1-,- ' ---Q - ,y wgg'xc 5 w - fi , 331: rgQQ'3S W - V lisfsgi - cdr" Ar 'f' ' wil 1. 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QPU 'Mill' SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE To the Members of the Class of 1958: May I extend congratulations to each of you as you complete your secondary education. Graduation signifies an accomlplishment-not easily or quickly attain -and brings wit it a personal satisfaction in seeing a job through to completion. You enter a society beset with many problems. How- ever, the opalortunities for advancement and achievement are great. ere is still no easy road to success and good fortune usually comes in the degree and measure to which it is sought. ' I hope that each of you will look back with pleasure and satis action upon your high school experiences. May you always maintain an interest in the activities of the school. GORDON B. FLINT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS ADMINISTRATION LEADS T.H.S. PRINCIPAIIS MESSAGE To you, the Class of 1958, will be thrown the tremend- out problems of the troubled world. The knowled e, stren th of character, moral values, and unshakeable faith in democracy, which four years at Towle have given you, should gird you with the basic tools with which to successfully take your place in this Nation- the Nation upon which has been thrust the moral leader- ship of the world. The task is great! So is your heritage! May Faith, Wisdom, and Virtue guide each of you in the rich fulfillment of your life as a part of this nation and of the world. Sincerely, Howzmn R. KIMBALL Q Sincerely yours, GonnoN B. FLINT HOWARD R. KIMBALL PRINCIPAL COMMERCIAL Law . as xii ,Q xx X G- s. if H. Ballou, Tufts, Har- 3.Sc., M.Sc., Algebra I, Al- II, Consumer Mathemat- ane Geometry, Advanced A-V Aids Director, Stu- Council Advisor, Iuniox Advisor. 5 X. a L. Buinicky, Sargent c, B.S., Physical Educa- Hockey, Basketball, Soft- K rx"-r - K -Wf 2-:f x fi 'tt E W CULTY Henry F. Bhinicky, St. Ans- elm's, St. Marys University, Baltimore, A.B., S.T.B., Biology, Guidance Counselor, Cross- country, Track, Prize Speaking, One Act Play, Sophomore Class Advisor. qfw. .. ,t g V, 'S' file- Sen- Play, ' tl William L. Bryant, University of New Hampshire, B.S., M.Ed. Physics, Chemistry, Orange Key Advisor, Business Manager of Athletics. 35515 M Char es 1. Burch, outh Dakota Northern, B.S., Phvsical Educa- tion, Football, Basketball, Base- ball, Athletic Director. -25, sz H5 sg FACULTY :fs 21 25, r r rf David M. Dole, Plymouth 'eachers College, B.E., History F Civilization, Economics, Per- Jnal Typing, Ass,t Football loach, Ski Coach. luth Y. Kimball, Keene Teach- ers College, B.E., Family Foods md Nutrition, School Treasurer or Newport Ir. High. . . , sn. Wm 4 1 UW if , fm' 2 f 1? in . " ER I E ' Priscilla F. Hastings, Plymouth Teachers College, BE., Typing I, Typing II, Stenography II, Office Practice, Treasurer of Towle School Associates, Treas- urer of Newport School Athletic Fund, Cheerleader Advisor. Mary Lord, Burbank Hospital School of Nursing, R.N., School Nurse. ml r is 'id' Q. Edward F. Keeley, St. Anse College, Graduate Work, I versity of New Hampshire, E Elementary schools, Jr. P Band and Cho us Director. Philip Knowles, Keene Teac College, Auto Mechanics 1 11. , .. is. 9 I isa Q NJ' F,-H N 2321 am 3 age rt' Farris: 13 ie N is Ear mg is se. 58" , i K ,. . limi Q, , '- . - - 'F 'iff .1 : ff -' :wwf . M , Fifi, , 5 X wifi? '1r:s.'11"Ps5:::!: ill ' -- I "': 5ui. x "L -fy ' X4-'9' .X iii? -rr'-:w .- ,vp 'ft . Le u 1' I - - v i3X'f'ff'ff, :f j F2532 Ziiz i--:-7' ' - -, rbfsfxsaflfa gf! FACULTY '31 , Fi Nw l I ' x f ' iiibv' ,wTw' gt Q 4,3 A1'. ' VJ z R it fi --1 i 55 5 t awld, H, ,L . ' ig, 5q.q'3, K m if x ii R , ,,1. , E'-355: ' 1 L L A A I -kA' L ' ' HTNEQR L K j ff?. .TQ ETWQWQ fgf 'if IF ' 'gil ,fr Affriilirlki I -153125 IX-' I ii lg if ,ig,cf,1f'i H. Ryan, Dartmouth, English 10 61 12, Head of y, Senior Pl y ir ctor Will' Roland L. Simard, St. Anselm's, B.A., Latin, English, One Act Play. gkjvmww v 'w 1 KW tr 76 77 MM i16iT.1n9.f0quL GT vX6x41J2 ' QD AW! J' QW 03 pffp' I'urpe1 e , Universg of M.A., American History, 1 of Civilization, Driver zion, Assistant Football Herbert Cove, Building Cus- asketball Coach. todian ,,W3,,., .. - N ww L i ."i' 2 1 ka, ' "I ' Q Y X ,gy i ,il 'fl Wfwwr ,'l L -,. s - Sl Rita E. Thompson, Mt. St. Mary, A.B., French I, French ll, French III, Latin II, Year Book Advisor, School Secretyy M4540 WM iycktff Teachers' Meeting "The Think- ers UQ" SOPHOMORES SUCCEED iw fe? A E ftimai f x 'Nu Jf Class of 1960, left to right, First Row: Mr. Buinicky, Class Advisor, P. Rich, H. Leeman, P. McIntosh, J. Ryan, E. Bushaw, S. Gintowt. Second Row: M. Childs, K. wirkkala, A. Willett, V. Lake, J. Currier, B. Curtis, E. Barton, S. Johnson, J. Childs. Third How: R. Eastman, C. Sturtovunt, M. Scanlon, E. George, J. Hitchcock, J. Hirsch, J. Farrington, P. Conroy, E. Tatro. Fourth Row: E. Emery, W. Fisher, C. Huff, P. Harrison, V. Maclntyre, A. Demeis, J. Judd, C. Whipple, R. LaPlant. Fifth Row: J. Hitchcock, E. Smith, K. Bennett, N. Babbitt, D. Wilson, H. Warburton, C. Tarrien. Absent: L. Champney, M. Dame, N. Fellows, G. Jennings, R. Page, N. VVilson. ,.. wg ww if Sophomores with knowledge of If, Bertie Alexander experiments with carbohydrates in f fn? if? P, im fmt A 5 :"'N 'M XFN fl 195 mmf, wx' P , ' 1 1 Y A . 9 ,Q V x :M .6 ,E xr 1. f ff!! A A Q. .Ek . 53.5 if 'S '1.w5Qg:E:i.g2,...f 'Sis bisfag. if 1. f-if 2: tl " 1 Qi! ' X ,xasvw . 7.,h ,, i Wiffifsif iff' f x Y w'3wxN l.Mlm N' i A R' K ",s..r,g,..,,... -if -' la ' X, lv 1 -ww, wry" xx f Q . ,A w w,..l,.,g- - f 43 limi I Class of 1960, kft to right, First Row: F. Bartlett, Student Council, J. Pike, Secretary, K. Reney, Vice President, M. Rowell, President, YV. Cote, Treasurer, R. Twiss, Student Council. Second Row: I. Cagne, A. Coidakis, M. Rannisto, K. Lewis, R. Rego, P. Kiniry, R. Pclton, C Pcvine, E. Hurd, A. Dcmeis. Third Row: D. Sargeant, D. Eastman, R. Alexander, P. Loring, J. Couitt, M. Iolcincn, j. Davis, C. Hooper, C. Russell. Fourth How: R. Cctmzm, A. Centcs, D. Cliclclvn, D. Shcmeley, D. Snntti, VV. Pctcrsou, R. Phil- brick, I. VVirkkala, D. Purnell, P. Wex, W. XVinter. Fifth Row: S. Porter, M. Nelson, C. Clayton, L. Fowler, R. Munsterman, D. Pariseau, D Thibault, C. Callum, I. Fellows, I. Kelly, A. Davis. . 3' as , 0 l.?""' TIGERS HIT GRIDIRO Members ofthe Tiger squad are left to right, First Row: D. Lord, W. Davis, R. Murgatroy, D. Quimby, L. Hayward, V. Mclntire, K. Maclntyre, R. Kanerva, I. Lee. Second Row: R. Descoteau, A. Demcis, F. Bartlett, A. Gentcs, C. Whipple, D. Sanborn, D. Pariseau V. Maclntyre. Third Row: Manager I. Hall, D. Hayward, D. Cusick, S. Michaelson, W. Cote, W. Cote, I. jasinski, R. Twiss, R. LaPlante, Coach Burch, Assistant Coach Dole. Not present, Assistant Coach Turpeinen. In Towle ' 'S Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Tiger coaches left to right: Assistant Coach Dave Dole, Coach Charlie Burch, Assistant Coach RECORD Hanover Hartford VVindsor Pinkerton Franklin St. johns Lebanon Stevens SE IORS SET PACE Larry Hayward End, Co-Captain Don Quimby Quarterback f Q ' jerry Iasinski End, Co-Captain Q i Ken Maclntyre Ron Murgat,-oy 'Vem Mclntire Tackle Halfback Tackle vle started its football season on the right foot ing Hanover 6-6 and edging Hartford 6-0 in one A most thrilling games of the year. The Tigers Jst to a powerful XVindsor eleven 27-0 and to the Pinkerton Acads 27-2. Towle bounced back llowing week to completely outclass the Frank- +rnadoes 33-7, but finished out its season with successive defeats. They were to the Knights Johns 7-0 on a last minute T.D., Lebanonis Raiders 21-0, and tothe Stevens Cardinals 32-14. Six seniors Wore the orange and black uniform for the last time this season giving promise to next year's Tiger eleven. They were Larry Hayward, Don Quimby, Vern Mclntire, Ken Maclntyre, Ron Murga- troy, and Jerry Iasinski. With only six seniors graduating, Coach Burch will be looking forward to a more experienced team next fall. ACTIO THRILLS FA S 'I FW . All State Honorable Mention, Left to Right: I. Judd, R. Twiss, R. Murgatroy, D. Quimby, L. Hayward, B. Cote, A. Gentes. to n rf' B f"' . Q, r- ' N ,,,, - M . . B ft' t "'. B -s . .le f B .fs .ar i ' 3132 'l X if at . B . , , 1 'I ' A ., K -wil. 1.5.3 - ,. ,pf 1 W ...,, . ., ,,, x S - 782 . at A.. Rod Twiss tralfcs Windsor ball carrier for small gain as Bill Cote 125D loo s on. Don Ouimbv runs interference for Ron Murgatroy follow- or -J T. S. V. All Stars, Left to Right: F. Bartlett CHonora Mentionl, R. Twiss tFirst Teaml, D. Quimby fHonora Mentionl, L. Hayward fFirst Teaml, B. Cote fHonora Mentionl. VL Q A . X A..LL gi in gs. Q : S- .Q ,, i t In 'Q Q, .S 4 f--.fifs-'-ii-A-G-yer in ' A if B I . I ' ., ,J , M J- K I VA . K . K fy 4 .Q Sz, 3 1 . , sf in . I I fx S - i Q ' V .E 'fx V ,J ,. ' Af. 1 gs.-.Q K 7 X4 I -., K . 2 ,.,, .., ,. . 5 ming L , B ff ...M 3.61. -. if Q 'K' W gn 4 . .M ,. I K. K . . L b B S. L Q ' -W yew'-'f nf V- .. 1 5 . , lf W W N -. -ff -.S tu. 2 f xg' M -xl K,-M14 0' . I : X, . ily . v .Af he ,ii . U 'ACK W... -f".'i.v-r .Aw Frank Bartlett intercepts Stevens aerial but the Cards v this one 33-14. . p,. lx 1 ff' Dqn Quirnby srnashes way through the strong W1 IROSS COU TRY TEAM BEST EVER CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD, Front Row, Left to Right: R. Salford, R. Haseltou, C. Coggeshall, R. XVQ-utxell, D. Calluun, R. XVallace. Second ROILT XV. XViuter, C. Avery, ll. Cllillllpllvy, D. Purnell, P. Smet, B. Coggeshall, I. Kelly, Eastman, Coach Henry Buinielcy. This yeau"s cross-country' team estah- lished the hest record of any previous Towle team. While winning six out of eight dual meets, they fashioned vic- tories over Stevens, NYarner, Peterhoro twice, and NH-st Lehanon twice. They lost to Charlestown and Stevens. The Tiger harriers ran a close third in the T.S.V. meet and took second in the sea- son's only tri-meet. The hopes of a State Championship plaque were sud- denly shattered the week before the State Meet when four top runners were hit by the flu and forced out of the meet. As a result the hest the team could do was sixth place. EDAL XVINNER: Phil Snnet, win- 'ig third place in the State Meet 1 X '5ki"2'3PY!AQii l islwd hirhcr thlm lnf ' 'i i X 1 SEINIORS, Left to Right: R. Haselton, R. XVeutzell, R. Salford, D. Callum, l" 'l y flmmrf SVU' manager R. XVallacc. SEVEN SENIOR GIRLS PARTICIPATE IN LAST HOCKEY SEASON I Sandee Annette Deanna Lennie Peggy Bev Shan . W f , , . np - efeA 1 I 1' Shan battles for the ball 1 fi --vu s . , . .1 n .n HBLU HULJKBSY b JUY5 5 Cilbbb wi-Q.. VARSITY TEAM I TOWLE TICRESSES, Front Row, Left to Right: L. Bartlett, B. George, Co-Captain S. Cote, D. Cuimond, Co-Captain P. Ballon, A. Centes, S. Krans. Second Row, Left to Right: A. Alexander, D. Sargeant, C. Racicot, M. Onnela, S. Perry, L. Hurd, A. Coidakis. JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM I.V. -SOUAD, Front Row, Left to Right: B. Smith, L. Hurd, Co-Captain S. Perry, C. Racicot, D. Chartrand, K. Reney. Second Row, Left to Right: M. Onnela, D. Eastman, N. Jasinski, D. Lee, A. Demis, V. Haselton, I. Shed. Third Row, Left to Right: Coach Priscilla Buinicky, I. Stoughton manager, S. Benner, C. Blomquist, S. Onnela, R. Onnela, C. Diotte, L. Dodge manager. Absent: Co-captain C. Caron and manager L. Swenson. ri' PACH BUINICKY AND MANAGERS, Left Riifhfi DOHUP I. gwnncnn f1rvnnl1 Ruin, Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle 10 1957 SCHEDULE Stevens Hartford Hanover Lebanon Stevens Hartford K ffzfwi w V W. af . . Ig, - ,S ,..,W,, Af ' 1' ff' . ww' -X KAQ ,K K ., A VV,. Y, an KK 1 'X 1' xx 2 X X' I 'r A - K x X K 1 Y 'ir -, I 1 , 'Yi A A E , A R LV , 3 VL 4 if 3 zjxwx , , i gi: gf F 2 H 'L , . ' Q X 5 if f N, x ,fy--Mx W 'X ' S, 'Q K .V V , Km, , 4 'G f 7 if K Sw M 'lf 'K J A " :gk 5 4 'V ...: .V ,:... A . A' , HV- QQ K .Qt if v ff- ff wer my M-.-, - -.K 1-we F K: gm Ml.. I ilr gil, M 1 K A fy Q S 53+ f by If' in -I '- . A i Q1 Q tx 'xx ., Wejwq, 3- ,fgxy H g. , gi Y is D yu 'H y 4 A A W a ,A 3' AQ g , EQ s A W gift l hui A A Lkhh Y , W M A ,Ji xi xx nf was Lf.-gi 1- mu . , se , ,Q x Q A VAL L, Lv, wx VA ,Xi QL . 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Nw X W!" it S' 'f Lg X N Q Q wx . . -x ML- aL r L LL . an ' R XXWQ X " 'X 8 , . .K , XV- W r 3 N' .X , 5 ' X X Q f as . FRA .Vx XS - , L L x .QL L -K K Q if .1 J X ' . . . 1 r X. X , N5 -. S 5 5 Jyx S1 x S , . mm f-'fin JU IORS JOUR EYFORWARD ?"'--.W .. . ,H 4. gba rl ' F-5"...f1' V A V L Wi Wi. i"' "'il."""'i . I' ' ff Class of 1959, First Row: Mr. Ballou, Class Advisor, P. Conroy, Student Council, M. Cain Secretary, C. Coyette, President, D. Lord, Treasurer, D. Mouradian, Vice President, B. Coggc: shall, Student Council. Second Row: D. Perkins, B. Smith, M. Blackington, C. Rossiter, M. Chamhcrlain, M. Onncla, C. Racicot, S. Devenger, L. Hurd, S. Wallace, J. Andosca, C. Otis, N. NVitham. Third Row: N. Harding, M. Fowler, I. Sargeant, D. Cokcy, M. Hemingway, S. Brooks, B Cusanelli, C. Hurd, I. Labor, W. Davis, C. Rich, I. Hayward, D. Smith. Fourth Row: P. Whitney, C. Lcwko, I. Woodard, K. Bowcll, S. Sircn, B. Brown, L4-hr, D Bennett, I. Lee, B. Kancrva, P. Smet, D. Shackctt, F. Pitkin, J. Rego, D. Ellingwood, T. Ballon B. Coho, B. YVilliams, D. Dclancv, I. Hall, I. Iokincn, W. Lacroix, VV. Emery, B. l.ilI'UClli', D. Kibbey, D. Gokey, P. Clements. V 5 I Dave Charlie and Jackie sculpture the Washington '70 'RAL D.'..fm hmm 1-.nfl Firm hifi.-m if DM-U . w1,.x,., - F ag'-9, JUNI ORS AT WORK AND LEISURE x W- " H Conccntrating on History?? junior girls strictly at case History Class concentrates on studies. EWPORT WI TER WO DERLAND Lovely 42nd Annual Newport Winter Carnival Queen, Constance Lewko, accepts the Lion,s Club Trophy from Mr. Bert Teague. Standing with them is the beautiful Miss New Hampshire, Holly Arnell, who is attending Colby Junior College. .gi . K- Vkk, J s The Queen, Connie Lewko, and her court appreciated the guidance of Miss Rachael Ceoftrion. After a month of selling Carnival buttons and tickets, the Queen and her court attended all of the Car- nival activities, during Feb- ruary 21-23, 1958. f-'I The Newport Winter Carniva Queen Contestants were, left tl right, First Row: Joyce Dubrcuil ---N ,,,,,, A Connie Lcwko, Claire Otis. Second Row: Sharon Perry, Vir ginia Hodgman, Carol Racicot. Third Row: Sandra Wallace, Max ine Sweet. Fourth and Fifth Row: Noreei Witham and Maureen Onella. -Q 'x ,,4" 'pr ACTIVITIES AID ALL I 1 I s - iii gf, . .. F "Mn ki Team Starts Anew owle's ski team was recreated this ast year under the coaching of a ew faculty member, Mr. David Dole. he team made a good showing and romises more in the future. eam members are left to right: B. oggeshall, I. Hall. tamling: I. Kelly, W. Davis, R. anerva, J. Lee, I. Iokinen, D. Pur- ell, M. Waltz, Coach Dole. ff.: , . S Q -gf' x 7 Orange Kevis Busy Bees. As usual, the girls of the Orange Key willingly rendered their services in collectini tickets at the home sporting events under e capable direction of Mr. Bryant. Annuall their sports- manship and efforts are rewarded, with letters. Left to Right: B. Brown, P. Conroy, B. George. Second Row: C. Lewko, M. Fowler. Top Row: Mr. Bryant, Advisor. Girls' - Boys' State Builds Citizen- ship. As in the past, Towle was re - resented in June at Granite Girlg' State and in july at Profile Boys' State. These programs instruct rep- resentatives from all over the state in government, leadershi , and cit- izenship. Working moddis of state, city, and town government are set up and the officers are elected after avid campaignin . Left to Rigit: David Robbins, Law- rence Drew, Sharon Krans, Kenneth Maclntyre. Swlsu-'1'1o1-.ins H1'1"1Hu Hoop Basketball -Squad, left to right, Front Row: Co-Captams R. Wentzell ana I. jasinski. Left to right, Middle Row: D. Gardner, W. Cote, and D. Sanborn. Left to right, Back Row: Manager D. Callum, R. Twiss, Coach Charles Burch, W. Winter, Manager D. Lord. I ! 6 Seniors: jerry, Don, Dave, and Bob play their last games Fm- flap Tiaprc Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle VARSITY SCHEDULE 40 Franklin 49 Peterboro 42 Peterboro 42 St. Johns 48 Woodstock 43 Lebanon 42 Hartford 38 Stevens 57 St. Mary's 58 Hanover 41 Woodstock 46 Hartford 60 St. Maryls 44 Stevens 59 Lebanon 50 Hanover 47 Franklin 40 St. johns EXCITEME T FILLS THE GYM X . x 1 '1 ,, 1' W ,o, . 1 Q f 1 Q . Z 1 1 . 'N 5 ,Ek ,MC 17 5 1? L A 1 1 1- 1 11 l4 ,1 M ff N 4' ' . 1 1 1 11 . , .Q T sk. X I""" 1 IV Sflflllfl lmcalznp, Icft to Right 'l B11ck11-y R. 11,r'11 I . Rowm-1 I. 1311111-tt, E. F1111-ry, A D lVlS J 1111111111 C111111 01111 TllT17llDKll D 111151-'111 . 1111 R. I'p1'11t P. W1-x C. lli1'11, A. Demus R N1llIlSfQ rm lI'l M 111 11,11 D I0r11 1 vwiss grabs il rc-1m11n11 as 13. Wuntn-11 f91, 111111 J. Insin- 14J stand by. K 'N 'W ...,.,.-fw:,1-i--.8 . 11. Twiss i11111ps :1gz1i11sl il Sh-v1-ns 111:1yvr with D. S2lll1Nll'll, K11-ft1, VV. VVi11t1-r HOU, 11. xvI'll1Zl'11 UH, 411111 j. j11si11s1ci 1141 111-1111111 in 11rwilim1 fur 111111.-1161111 ,J 01... l1..ll 1 TOW'LE'S F IR HOOPSTERS Varsity team members from left right, Front Row: B. George, Cuimond, A. Centes, L. Bartlett, Racicot. Second Row: M. Onnela, D. S geant, 1. Pike, P. Conroy, I. Sargea Third Row: Manager K. Lewis, Perry, Coach Mrs. Buinicky, M. K ley, Manager, K. Reney, N. Iasins Under the supervision of their coach, Mrs. Buinicky, the Towle Tigresses overcame the handicap of losing several star players, by constant practice and e-Hicient teamwork. Varsity basketball was not as outstanding this year at Towle as in the past years, but all girls showed great spirit and fight. The lay Vees were more successful than the Varsity and show much promise in the future with their ability and height. lay Vees from left to right, Front Row: I. Gagne, I. Stoughton, S. Coyette. Second Row: N. Iasinski, A. Demeis, M. Kel lex, P. Conroy, C. Zakauskas. T irrl How: R. Rego, P. Kiniry, C. Pevine, C. Morrill. Fourth Row: Manager K. Lewis, V. Teague, Coach Mrs. Buinicky, D. Lee, Managerg K Reney. THE TIGRESSES IN CTIO VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle 30 Stevens 47 24 Alumni 19 22 Stevens 33 34 Vilas 32 33 Windsor 32 21 Charlestown 31 29 Warner 24 25 Windsor 37 28 Vilas 33 26 Hanover 30 36 Wamer 25 .,,. . 1 ff"""""'X .,,.,,.e'x f .. . Did ya make it, Dee Dee? su?" The senior girls at practice. Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle 12 13 19 21 14 JAY-VEE SCHEDULE Stevens Stevens Windsor Windsor Hanover wif' -qv' Jian' A--"W , 5, .1 . ,HK K ., J4 'M ' 1 ,J I 1' 45 El Q.. -nw wil M -M. - Q ,., V A , + 1-A 'A f . 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K K N , . 5 if r. V ' X sq.. Y 'E ...LN Q W ses .X sig' , , dA9"f+'x X K 3 A f A L- 1 - A4 Y A: 5 4-nf. V. K ik 1 M Mg hx V QF Q Q' ' X R 'Q A .Q Kg W' .. wwf? I Q.. -sf BY hw. 7 i my 9 K , Q , w Q K is K ' 'I ww. KKAW ' K Q . M K .. 1 Fw S' 3 ,A Q., K Kg K . ,, - - . 'N K' X k X .. . 1. ' FK . ... KK .N W QKK we X us. QYNWIRN kv Q. n LORRAINE ACHILLES XVII ESTELLE BAKER QKAUUA1 no Lorrie . . . "That ain't nuttin' but Hnev . . . watch out for the quiet ones, they,re dynamite . . . rock'n roll . . . happy go lucky . . . eflicient secretary. I Clee Club 1, 4, Home Econom- ics Club 1. Big Steve . . . Idols: Cheyenne Bodie and Debbie Reynolds . . . "Best you believe itv . . . can resist everything except temptation . . . heart of gold . . . Steverino. Track 3. Sis . . . "Oh, man!" . . . seen but not heard . . . horseback riding . . . new comer from Concord W.A.F .... frequent visits to Claremont. Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3. Peggy . . . "Like ducks!" . . . pretty brown hair . . . conscien- tious student . . . loves to eat . . . quiet??? . . . college . . . ace athlete. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, Prize Speaking 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teach- ing 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 35 Yearbook 4, Triple Quartet 3, 4, Class OI'Hcer CSecretaryj 3. '47 Q21 . v M . -Wa STEPHEN BAIJ..EY new ff'ff7f- --Jfxjtdt MARGARET BALLOU BETSY BERRY RITA BLOOD LjKAUUA'1'b5 Lennie . . . "Really? How about thatl" . . . Claremont canvasser enviable wardrobe . . . quiet?? . . . Sandy's chum . . . see the world. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, Year- book 4. Betsy . . . "What? Me worry?" . . . a blush is beautiful but sometimes inconvenient . . . sodas at Kelly's . . . exclamatory outbursts . . . '58's strawberry blond. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, One-Act Plays 3, Prize Speak- ing 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teaching 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Office Assist- ant 3, Yearbook 4. Jeanie . . . "Well, I wouldn't say that!" . . . Gal with the Pepso- dent smile . . . Tres feminine . . . a variety of clothes . . . delightful disposition . . . Live Five. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act Plays 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 2, 3, Practice Teaching 3, Li- brarian 2, Oflice Assistant 1, 2, Yearbook 4, Cheerleading 2, 3. Rita . . . "I reckon so. Well, what do you know!" . . . refined and quiet . . . friendly manner . . . willing worker . . . enviable complexion . . . Bill. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4, Oflice Assistant 2. 33 LENIS BARTLETT 177' JEAN BICKFORD V STANLEY BOOTH CHRISTOPHER COCCESHALL LJKAUUA1 1:5 Stan . . . "Well, I guess" . . . lit- tle Elvis . . . rock, rock, rock- roll, roll, roll . . . Bradford squaredancer . . . never a dull moment . . . a constant teaser. Committees 1, 2, 4. Dave . . . 'Tm all shook up" . . . famous forester of the future . . . trade-mark: moccasins . . . frequently found on East Moun- tain . . . always willing to help . . . jean. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 4, Hall Proctor 4, Track 3, 4, Yearbook 4, All State Glee Club 3, 4. Chris . . . "Anything you say, Mr. Ryann . . . our chief executive . . . mathematical genius . . . sprinter . . . dashing good looks . . . all the world loves a lover. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, One-Act Plays 3, Student Council 2, 3, .4, Prize Speaking 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Year- book 4, All State Glee Club 3, 4, Class Oflicer fPresidentJ 3, 4, Business Manager for Student Council 2, 3, 4. Andy . . . "VVhat do you know about the price of tea in China?" . . . bookworm . . . a true gentle- man . . . neat dresser . . . cruis- ing around in his big brother's car. '54 DAVID CALL M ,,,,,, Qtek. Jade LEO COTE HELEN CUNNINCHAM JOHN DAVIS LjKAU UA'1 'ES Samlee . . . "Eee-Cadsl" . . . host of friends . . . personality plus . . . hair the envy of all . . . ever prevalent chewing gum . . . never on time . . . Live Five. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act Plays 2, 3, Student Council 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Prize Speaking 3, 1st Prize. Shorty . . . "VVhat a nut!" . . . California, here I come . . . a helping hand . . . pet pceve: get- ting up in the morning . . . quiet and friendly . . . Mel. Librarian 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 34 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4, Year- book 4. Smokey . . . "Oh su . . . gar!" . . . already a MRS .... comical to' those who know her well . . . al- ways a friendly smile . . . Pro- crastinator . . . jim. Softball 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Johnny. . . "Well, what da ya know' . . . why teachers get gray . . . hot rod . . . you can't tell a book by its cover . . . full of fun . . . thatis our johnny. Cross Country 1, Track 3, 45 Hall Proctor 4. 'ZR' SANDRA COTE HELEN DAVIS A44 ' DEBORAH DINGWALL 3 if 4 . 4 a i? 4 LAWRENCE DREW QKAU UA'1'us Debbie . . . "Well!" . . . apart- ment on 5th Avenue with Tina . . . passion for fashion . . . an individualist . . . "Oh?,' . . . Live Five. Clee Club 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 2, 3, Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teach- ing 3, Librarian 1, 2, Yearbook 4. Bunny . . . "just a minute-" . . . new addition to the class of '58 . . . undecided future . . .cute carnival queen . . .hails from Unity . . . small and sweet . . . Steve. Glee Club 4, Librarian 4, Soft- ball 3, Carnival Queen 3. Larry . . . "If conceit were con- sumption you'd be consumedllv . . . untroubled attitude toward life . . . sharp as a tack'. . . fu- ture rock doctor. ProHle Boys, State 3, Baseball 1, Hall Proctor 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Ioyce . . . "Happens all the timely . . .senior songbird . . . skirts and sweaters . . . pleasing personality . . . bright smiles . . . secretarial intentions . . . Roger. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Prize Speaking 3, Honor Roll 3, Spirit of Towle 2, 3, 4, Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Triple Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Clee Club 3, 4. 'IC LOIS DOMBROSKI 4' PM IOYCE DUBRE UIL fm' JOAN EVANS GRADU TES Iet . . . "VVhat did I do?" . . . a penny saved is a penny earned . . . miserly instincts . . . efiicient four year treasurer . . . opposed to the opposite sex? . . . dasher. One-Act Plays 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Cross Country 1, 2, Hall Proctor 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Youth Government Pro- gram 3, Class Officer 1 Treasur- erl 1, 2, 3, 4. Ioanie . . . "Blast it" . . . Her friends, they are many: her foes, has she any? . . . loaded with talent . . . Our Cal joanie . . . sing, sing, sing . . . Mt. Sunapee. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Prize Speaking 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, Editor in Chief of the Spirit of Towle 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, OHice Assistant 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Youth Government Program 3, Triple Quartet 3, 4, All State Glee Club 3, 4. Sandy . . . "By gol1yl" . . . Hon- ey's pal . . . petit, peppy and pretty . . . lively head cheer- leader . . . soda at the Sweet Shop . . . airline hostess . . . Alan. Glee Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Spirit of Towle 3, 4, Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Softball 1, Office Assistant 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Cheerleading 2, 3, Head Cheerleader 4, Class Of- ficer QSecretaryQ 2, Carnival Queen Candidate 3. Merlin . . . "You know what I mean" . . . tootin' around in his red Chevy truck . . . reeeeal quiet?? . . . diggin' taters and milkin' cows . . . policeman's pal? MEBLIN F ELLOWS -a -1 STEVE ECONOMU A FA LEY ' ,f3?Z'Z.,, ?2MQ7F DONALD GARDNER BEVERLY GEORGE GRADUATES Don . . . "How about that!" . . . avid sportsman . . . tall and lanky . . . man of few words . . . hunting and Bshing in the wild- emess . . . future forester. Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 4, Gym Club 2. Nenette, . . "She almost had a bird" . . . "Number, please" . . . athletic . . . her quiet looks are deceiving . . . anything for a laugh . . . school of fashion de- sign. Glee Club 1, Orange Key 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, Spirit of Towle 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 OEce As- sistant 3. Bev . . . "Gee, you should have seen it!" . . . temper tantrums . . . nursing career . . . full of ginger . . . impish . . . Cary. Orange Key 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Ioanie . . . "Oh, don't get your water hot!" . . . class clown . . . can't stand silence . . . sparkling eyes, friendly smile, and a happy hello. Glee Club 1, 2, 4. E ANNETTE GENTES IOAN GONYO DOUGLAS HACKETT fyyy, T.AU7RFNPW I'-IAVXUA D11 GRADU TES Dee . . . "How are ya?" . . . '58's minute keeper . . . Her sparkling eyes match the sparkle on her left hand . . . neat as a pin . . . Bill. Clee Club 2, Spirit of Towle 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librari- an 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, Hockey 2, 4, Oflice Assistant 2. Doug . . . Gene Krupa's under- study . . . wine, women and wow! . . . "Go, cats, go!" . . . records galore . . . rhythm's my business . . . Kathy. Clee Club 1, One-Act Plays 1, Student Council 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Proctor 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Class Officer fVice Presidentl 2. Bob . . . "How about that!" . . . running wild . . . one who seeks fame and fortune . . . future Bos- ton Marathon winner . . . Zsa Zsall One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 2. Larry . . . tall, dark and hand- some . . . Familiar sight: Black '40 Ford in Sweet's driveway . . . IDOL of future Towle athletes . . . Mikki. One-Act Plays 1, 3, Student Council President 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teaching 3, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain of the Football Squad 4, Class Oflicer fVice Presidentl 1, 3, All State Foot- ball 3, 4, T.S.V. All Star Foot- ball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. DEAN NA CUIMON D 1444 1 ROBERT HASELTON sf R ' YVETTE HENAULT JERRY JASINSKI tjKAuUA'1'us Red . . . "How'd ya guess?" . . . around the world in 80 days . . . green Plymouth with Bev . . . Home Run Queen . . . seen but not heard. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Eco- nomics Club 1. Ginny . . . "Good deal, huh joe?" . . . tiny, tidy, Tiger Typist . . . just plain sweet, what more can you say? . . . eating and sports . . . Frank. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Spirit of Towle 2, 3, 4, Librar- ian 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Softball 3, Oilice Assistant 3, Triple Quartet 3, 4. Iinx . . . "Tis looking down that makes me dizzy." . . . lean, lank, and likable . . . women hater?? . . . easy-going silence with a blond crew-cut. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, fVice Presidentl Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Hall Proctor 4, Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, All State Football flst Teamj 3, T.S.V. All Star Football 3, 4. Ron . . . "Stay outa my lifel" . . . pint-size dynamo . . . pet peeves: teachers, politicians and game wardens . . . join the service. Basketball 2, Football 1. VIRGINIA! HODCMANQ JM., 254 ,in 'Si Hflli RONALD KEMPTON SHARON KRANS KENNETH MacINTYRE ljKAUUA'1'l:i5 Kippi . . . "All shook" . . . Rita's constant companion . . . faithful correspondent . . . so very quiet . . . marriage and family . . . D.VV.C., U.S.N. C-lee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, Spirit of Towle 2, 3, Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4. Shan . . . "I don't know" . . . like all small parcels, she's precious . . . pretty, prim, and proper . . . cautious, conservative driver in her little red Chevy . . . Pizza?? . . . Live Five. C-lee Club 1, 2, 3, One-Act Plays 2, 3, Granite Girls' State 3, Hon- or Roll 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soft- ball 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 1, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4. Sally . . . "NVho me?" . . . weak- ness for peppermint stick ice cream . . . interests at Harvard . . . silence is concealed happi- ness . . . college and marriage . . . ardent reader. One-Act Plays 1, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 2, Yearbook 4. Ken . . . one of Lempster's best . . . always seen with a grin . . . crew-cuts anonymous . . . ardent lover on and off stage . . . star Tiger Tackle, number 41. Profile Boys' State 3, Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, Hall Proctor 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 41 MARTHA KIVISTO SHARON LUCAS VERNON McINTIRE RONALD MURCATROY fm- Rfiiff '?'t QKAU UATE S Mac . . . "You'd be surprised" . . . an eye for girlish charms . . . shy? . . . smooooth dancer . . . Ohl How he hates homework . . . Dreamboat in the comer drugstore. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football' 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Ski Club 1, 4. Betty . . . "Raunchy" . . . on the go . . . rustling petticoats . . . ceaseless chatterer and gum- snapper . . . my guiding light, Ted . . . college. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librari- an 2, Yearbook 4, Triple Quar- tet 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Secretary and Treasurer 2, 3, 4, All State Chorus 4. Chub . . . "Let's get with it." . . . Pet Peeve: School tomorrow! . . . crazy legs . . .speedy scat- back . . . Live and let live . . . can be found at 70A Court Street . . . Peg. Baseball 1, Football 1, 3, 4. Hog . . . "Be glad when school is over!" . . . haunts the movie theatre . . . climbs mountains . . . conservation ofllcer . . . bois- terous laughter . . .still water runs deep. 41 ELIZABETH MERRILL Wh ' ROGER NELSON JANET NICHOLS RODNEY PETRIN X GRADU TES Newt . . . "Don't know do ya?" girls, fast cars and parties . . . big, brown eyes . . . live, love and learn . . . Navy. Student Council 3, Honor Roll 2, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Football 1, Track 3, 4, Vice President 4. Ian . . . "How,d that grab ya?" . . . those flirty, flirty eyes . . . ah! that temper . . . never a dull moment . . . Ollie. Clee Club 1, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 3, Softball 2, 3, Carnival Queen Candi- date 3. Petie . . . "Are you sure you can't?" . . . Peggy's pal . . .always rushing somewhere . . . friendly heart and helpful hand . . . travel and enjoy life. Clee Club 1, 3, Prize Speaking 3, Honor Roll 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, Office As- sistant 3, Yearbook 4. Rod . . . "Holy Hannahl' . . . U.S. Navy . . . Rock'n' Roll . . . pegged pants and splashy shirts . . . partial to girls. Clee Club 4, Boys' Basketball 4, Gym Club 1, 2, 3. A JAMES NEWTON A 1 ANNETTE PETRIN SHEILA PRESTON x K JEAN RANNISTO N74 ' GRADUATES Kitten . . . "Real keen, jelly bean" . . . pet peeve: Saturday matinees . . . Hirtatious . . . sweater girl . . . the world was made for fun and frolic . . . travel. Orange Key 1, 2, 3, Spirit of Towle 2, 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3. Don. . . "Aw right, who dunnit?" . . . popular with all . . . mis- chievous . . . a sure success . . . stellar athlete . . . surrounded always by an air of good humor. One-Act Plays 3, Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Year- book 4. Honey . . . "Hmmm, I like that!" . . . blonde bombshell . . . pet peeve: being called "Proxie" . . . future beautician . . . Florida and marriage . . . I. B. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, Office Assist- ant 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Cheerlead- ing 2, 3, 4, Carnival Queen Can- didate 3. Dave . . . "You know I wouldn't do a thing like that!" . . . accom- plishes all he attempts . . . Mel- rose High's loss is T.H.S.'s gain . . . mad for S3888 . . . man of dry humor . . . Tiger Supersales- man. One-Act Plays 3, Prize Speak- ing 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Towle 3, 4, Q Assistant Editorl Committees 3, 4, Year- book 4, Youth Government 3, Model U.N. Assembly 3. DONALD QUIMBY 'DA VID RDRRTMQ ESTHER SAFFORD ALBERTA SAMPSON LJKAUUA1 1:5 Chuck . . . "Kinda gets ya, don't it?,' . . . class jokester . . . al- most a Mrs .... marriage and family . . . Marty. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Prac- tice Teaching 3, Librarian 3, 4, Office Assistant 2, 4. Babe . . . 'Tll never tell" . . . boys, boys, and more boys . . . Hair for parties . . . aspires to be a good secretary . . . seen cruis- ing around in her '49 Plymouth . . . seldom found at home. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 4. Sapphire . . . "Get lostf, . . . wine, women, and song . . . can be found anywhere but home . . . future Admiral in Uncle Samls Navy. Clee Club 2, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Gym Club 2, 3. Berti . . . "And then there's me." . . . T.VV.A.'s Airline hostess . . . so very quiet and soft spoken . . . happy disposition . . .that special convertible . . . fun loving. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1,' 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1. 45 CARLEN E ROWE ,XVM . RICHARD SAFFORD LJKAUUA1 no Dave . . . "Holy cowli' . . . wants to advance in the AGP . . . mu- sical madman . . .hates onions . . . obliging. Honor Roll 2, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Cross Country 3, Foot- ball 1. Dave . . . "Fly low!" . . . flashy sweaters . . . aversion to school work . . . hot rod . . . with the boys . . . weakness for girls . . . fY7' 1 "May my last breath be inhaled with a cigarette and exhaled with a scolflv DAVID SANBORN Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3. Maggi . . . "Well, I'll be a dirty name!" . . . at the Green Bonnet . . . patiently awaiting gradua- tion . . . pretty brown eyes . . . Dick. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3. Flip . . . "All rightyf' . . . bashful . . . silence is a virtue . . . found at home . . . athletically inclined . . . college . . . capable sports manager. MARGARET SHEMELEY Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4. 46 DAVID SHAW LOIS SWEN SON EDWARD THIBODEAU ffl ' f ROYAL WALLACE givin UA1 bs Lainee . . . "Well, I guess, may- ben . . . Elvis fan . . . rushing around . . . forever chewing gum . . . pink and black Fords . . . so-0-o small . . . Dick. Glee Club 2, Committees 1, Li- brarian 1, Hockey 1, Home Ec- onomics 1. Ed . . . silent and studios . . . mad for music . . . flying in the wild blue yonder . . . making a million. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4. Tilly . . . "Boy, you bet" . . . aversion to work . . . ornate cos- tume jewelry . . . cute quips . . . night owl . . . happy-go-lucky . . . giggles and gum . . . Ronny. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Proc- tor 3. Bobo . . . "Ain't it a shame?,' . . . money, girls, and music . . . playboy in a "souped-up" hot- rod Ford . . . man about town . . . a certain girl. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act Plays 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Cross Country 2, 45 Track 2, 4, All State Glee Club 3, 4. 47 ELAINE TATRO DOROTHY TILTON MICHAEL WALTZ CHRISTINE WATLING LJKAU UA 1 bb Mike . . . "I hope to tell you!" . . . some say he's quiet, others doubt it . . . likes to argue . . . riots in English class. Basketball 1, 2, Football 25 Track 1. Norma Iean . . . "Boys are the root of all evilln . . . pretty as a picture . . . changeable and ca- pricious . . . modeling . . . Cedric. Glee Club 45 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Carnival Queen Candi- date 3. Tina . . . "Yeah." . . . apartment on 5th Avenue with Debbie . . . sports fanatic . . . willowy?? . . . Madame Sherlock Holmes . . . pet peeve: slowpokes . . . Live Five. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, One-Act Plays 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teach- ing 3, Librarian 1, 2, Basketball lg Office Assistant'4g Yearbook 45 Model U.N. Assembly 3, grigle Quartet 3, Cheerleading Beep . . . "How much ya wanna bet!" . . . talented sports figure . . . Mickey Mantle,s most avid fan . . . cruising around town. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Club 2. 48 N ORMA WATERMAN ROBERT WENTZELL IUDITH WILKINS GRAD UATEs Iudy . . . "Oh very- nice!" . . . an equestrienne . . . KTC here I come . . . full of vim and vigor . . . dependable . . . noise is not necessary for success . . . Phil. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teaching 3, Softball 2, Hockey 1, 2, 35 Office Assistant 45 Home Economics Club 1, Yearbook 4. Robbie . . . "How about that?" . . . tall and slender . . . car en- thusiast . . . quiet??'P? . . . un- usual haircut . . . outdoor boy. Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Gym Club 2. SENIOR V.I.P.'S ROBIN LEDUC Senior Class Oficers, Left to Right: Steve Economu, Treasurer, James Newton, Vice-President: Christopher Coggeshall, Presidentg Deanna Guimond, Secretary, Donald Quimby, Student Council Representative. 49 SE iq, ll - - I . g 2 ' - , 3 tk 4 fi Q yn 5 an 1 , 1 5 WF Qf . 5 ' y We g f Qi - H Q., .X .L, f L,-A IORS AT PLAY Towle's Tough Tigers, Larry, Don, and Dave. What a pair! Esther and janet. Kenny plays "possum." Deanna is our Sophomore Carnival Queen. Our D.I.'s, Ed and Stan. Martha, Helen, and Rita looking at something interesting. Lenme makes a pretty bathing beauty. PJ. party for the Live-Five Plus One. in 1:5 fav-1 - N '49 QN'-0,3 im i D f... ,W :ks ' 2 SEN IORS AT PLAY s Say cheese, Rodney. Betsy all dressed-up for the in- tramural game. That's the SENIOR team. C?l , ,Ye as 'Q 2 +5 X X N Joyce and the girls make football QI, 'L S 'Q -. streamers. ,ffb I "', L bf, 5, S' W ' ,, A. it X ,yn li ' - x P952 N 1 X H What is Bev saying, Peggy? ., U What ,cha thinking 'bout, Mac? Is the game over, boys? ser gem! lui' xx N' L 'wi stil-'kffva ll SENIORS IN THE SPOTLIGHT Most Likely to Succeed Most Popular Z Sharon and Dave hard at work? Don and Sandi read fan mail. ma, Best Looking S 1 Most Athletic Chris and Sandy are lovely to look atl Class Clowns Bev and Ierry - our star athletes. Ioangand Ronny are at it again! Get the poin A Y,-nu SENIGRS T KE A BOW Most Couffeeous Best All Around 1:1 Sir Robbins and Queen Kraus. Sandi and Don sipping a soda. Longest Line Carlene and Ron can tell some "whoppers." Best Dancers Most Talented il Q wi, M , S Esther and LHITY living it UP- R Ioyce and Doug give a performance. 'I SE IORS MAKE HE DLI ES CLASS FLIRTS MOST BASHFUL Sheila and Jimmy and their flirty, Hirty eyes! Are Roszer and Lois really bashful? CLASS NICHTOWLS Ianet and Dave were supposed to be here, To act as nightowls, but they do not appear Due to the fact that somebody goofed There is no picture to reveal the truth! MOST INTELLECTUAL BEST DRESSED 'sw Y, A' ,,i, K, gi I Is this vgxhat Sharon, Dave, and Chris consider Lennie and Vern on a buying SPTCC- DFTB LL SEES SUCCESSFUL SEASON 5 W7 Towle sluggers from left ro rzgnt, First Row: B. George, P. Ballou, L. Domhroski, R. Alex- ander, E. Salford, Mrs. Buinicky. Second Row: H. Cunningham, H. Davis, Y. Henault, V. Hodgman, J. Nichols, C. Rossiter. Third Row: P. Rich, M. Sweet, A. Petrin, M. Cain, D. Perkins, L. Bartlett, M. Chamberlain. Absent: L. Swenson. W. 'W - f J.: .nfgtlfawv I . .., - Q6 iff' , fi . 'Y-1.3 ' . A Q ,,,.'Q, Q. ,J -,,,i, a, i -r fix. if-r,,9wfff 4 . -1 .. K S 5 -'iv alt?" ,RM J-si - vn't strike out now, Be-v. This is real ambition! Peggy scores again! TIGER THI CLADS WI AT DURHAM TUWLE cm , TDWLE i DW!-E 'T F, X ' Ai its if-1 ' ff 7 K Rpuvmavrdz , TU vwflvrg, wi- 1 ti? gtlaxxo -' gym . . . ' X 1 , 'H , , A xxztze 2, .. t ..-ff 1 A Q Ji , 2 s .T 1 is-.we i ,. . 1 'YF - ru 11? QQW5 3 K q--Iggy? Dwnff 1957 State Champions, left to right, Front How: B. Coggeshall, D. Pariseau, R. Twiss, S. Economu, A. Whipple, C. Coronis, H. Thompson. Left to right, Middle Row: D. Callum, B. Hazelton, I. Newton, C. Coggeshall, S. Bailey, V. Mclntire, K. Maclntyre, I. Davis, Coach Henry Buinicky. Left to right, Back Row: Manager P. Corhet, B. Cote, R. LaPlante, J. Iasinski, L. Hayward, L. Drew, I. Judd, E. Rochford, A. Hayward, H. Greenleaf. L l.k V . was iz it ....s',i,w!' sm' ..,,, . ... . 5. T ..... ,... fr" km I ' is S 6.09. .- gl ,i ie 4, 5-... " ..- Q., ,yffg 2 A F' 3 ::n': .. A . my .. kk S 1- . -. We-2 -i was 3g.if'M1. , A lf A 9 A . . .... . ,, . A , g gy . K ' A .... 5 , ,mi A 1 .... p V. Q .. q v kk A says T .1 1 ..-e . T ee. W M K 7 : t 5 A L, 'Wit A 1 t y L . n la A .. A . . t 'S Co-Captain Larry Hayward scored constantly Steve Economu picked up many valuable for the Tigers in the 440 and javelin throw. points in the century dash and broad jump this season. Coach Henry Buinicky's team captured the Class B state title unexpectedly with its finest team performance of the year. Many veteran performers returned in 1958 to insure Towle of another successful season. Er '57 TIGERS E TER TOUR EY f , x g K -5 1 wr 1 , R "W V- OWN . f gf? 'JWLER 5' F A . , , Q ' 'ai , ia 'ff J RQ- .3 4 " 1 E 'W R' x Wy' 7 'Q ,,, I K A 5 - . .ws if MV! F, X . , v I Q? ,K f w .? ' .n . S .re , 4 was X E ., umm. R' YH f R owx- LOWS. . K . . . ' . V xl-LK T ... f K be . R4 K M- ai V i Vs' . f X. .f 5 x7IIfS'ifll B!l.S'!'l1f1II, Ivft tn right, Front Row: F. Barton, I. Ballon, I. Muller, C. Ilmmlllt, K. Yvt- mun, K. Rickard. H. Small. Bark limb: A. Rcmlkalt, -I. L1-1-, R. I.z'Duc', D. Quimby, H. XVt'IltZL'H. 'R- 'X 95053, CWL, OWL QW J VY? ow, 1.V. BIl,S'!'lNlH. lvff fu rigllat. Front limit: E. lima-ry, T. Ballon, A. Umm-is, C. Coy:-ltv, AI. Kc- 1 D. Iurlwll, XV. YVintvr, K. NVil'kkz1l:l. Burk Row: D. lfllingwood. l". Billflkft, D. Mourzxdizlll, C. Rivll, J. Cullum, V. Nlalclxxtylx-. C7 Ny. TOW'LE"S PEPPY CHEERLEADERS V1 1 Cheerleading advisor, Mrs. cilla Hastings. Varsity cheerleaders counterclockwise starting at six are Martha Cain, Mary Lou Ran- nisto, Claire Otis, Sandy Farley - Head Cheerleader, Muriel Chamberlain. x Senior cheerleaders Sandy Far- ley and jean Rannisto. J'.V. Cheerleaders left to right are Elizabeth Tatro, Estell Bushaw, Pat Conroy - Head Cheerleader, Shirley Cintow Jeanne Farrington. fNW6fQ1fwQ3QMiE2? iii T. W Zigi 5533 mf 5 fi 82 Q55 'YMAQQWAV 59 Q5 all f wit Ei . A K DM swf MM i? KM N? M Q I, Mifw 5 GLC!! Sv 519W llgig fj?fCfAfux,.,rQ-fg f0N5TQnijy'. -Qmfgil 76509151 bO?iQEef 'fp X ,n 0' Mm, . wk, wt gg", x , . . 'H ,M 5 , QM -S . Wm qw. fv gg' X W, , f ' :1,4-L 2 fy 4 if a-vwzvd., .. limi i,..,, L? .3 Q wav i .W .egg-Ae mw L5.. A Ffh -s -A v ' Q an ,W .,,. k SSW? Q Vg ,is - .' M I. Q. iff. - -:AN - . , " 1,-?rXf..'g .5-LM , L iswm xml, ., Vg sg... -L ,f1, "+f 1 . :Q ff ,Q V K ,q. I ,,. 'W f ,SI S wx . X Ji?" 2, -,QA mit: 3'j'fxx.'?1- 71' . .. , -. Q 2 f 4".c', a . nf Q .pg A . XTv?"fg ,sv .5 L. P ,cn - . Q 9 "' A t,....",y J.- 'Q-0+ 1 4 J, 1 ' ggi? ,X k. " 0 .-Q N 'bak as b sw.. .- Kms. SE IORS COMPETE WITH HOLLYWOOD 'V ., x Cast, left to right, Front Row: Sandra Farley, jean Bickford, janet Nichols, Helen Davis, Lois Dombroslci. Middle Raw: Betsy Berry, Christine Watling, Sandra Cote, Ioan Evans, Esther Sufllorcl. Back Row: Mr. joseph Ryan, Directorg David Robbins, Richard Salford, James Newton, Donald Quimby, Douglas Hackett, Kenneth Maclntyre. Absent when the picture was taken were: Sharon Krans, Vernon Mclntire. "Dino,v a three-act play, was presented by the Senior class on April 24, under the superb direction of Mr. Joseph Ryan. This moving story of a sixteen-year-old reform school parolee and his adjustment to society was the first serious drama to be presented by a Towle Senior class in a number of years. L I -- - -- f- c-...A .. mM vn..'J ra... 1,..m ,MA 11:01, shawl' AHF...-,mflv THESPIANS IN THE LIMELIGHT THE BLACK WIDOW JAY ToBIAs Directed by HENRY BUINICKY e Holmes ...... Saxon ............. Castlewood ....... as Ann Diggs ..... Emma Crabtree ludd ................... a Quilp ....... ley Quilp ........ rt Noland ...... pter ............. . v....... jean Woodard .. Constance Lewko Frank Bartlett Elizabeth Tatro ........Patricia Conroy .................Peter VVex Muriel Chamberlain Denis Purnell Kelley ........Estella Bushaw LIFE O, THE PARTY DONALD PAYTON Directed by BEATRICE BOVERS Wilbur ...........,. ....... ......... C h arles Goyette Betty Lou ...,..... ............... I ulia Childs Connie .................... .................. P at XVhitney Mrs. Maxwell ....... ......... D ebbie Dingwall Mr. Maxwell ............ ................ P hilip Smet Bernadine Smith ......... ........... I udy Hirsch Mary Brown ........ ...,........... I udy Pike Judy Martin ...... ......... C arol Racicot lack ................. ................ B ill Lacroix Bob .............. ............... R obert Kanerva Frank ....... ................................... J ohn Lee Cliff ............. ................... E dward Thibodeau Prompters ....... .......... B arbara Brown, Sally Lehr THE THOMPSONS JOSEPH HAYES Directed by ROLAND SIMARD Harlan Thompson ........ ........ B ruce Coggeshall Grandpa .................... ............. R onald Philbrick Mel Sparks ............. ......... S tanley Michaelson Myra ................ ........ S anclra Devenger Zulie ............ ......,........ M ary Fowler Efie .i............... .......................... I eanne Farrington Aunt Mattie ....... ........,.............................. lk laxtlia Cain Prompters ....... ....... D onna Sargeant, Phyllis Conroy igffgggmafigyyrpww ' ww f 0 -fs SPEAKERS' SPREE SUCCESS or EEEE ixl' ff ,IX i n A s f1-wh o We V5 cy Il' J I fl' S 1 2 is K all S -E Q ffm 1 K I ,C Hopeful contestants for Fairbankfs Annual Iunior Prize Speaking are: Charles Goyette, Pat Whitney, Douglas Ellingwood, Connie Lewko, Ion Hall, Martha Cam and Advisor, Mrs. Bovers. fm Mr. Kimball handing out awards to winners. Ion Hall, Hrst prize: Connie Lewko, second prize: Pat Whitney, third prize: Martha Cain, Douglas Ellingwood and Charles Coyette. LA. STUDENTS RE DER SERVICES . gl N K .. ' X-' -of X . ,,.,kv. Q v N X E . " 4 looking for a book? Left to Right Front Row: B. Brown, S. Cintowt, K. Lewis, L. Dombroski, aj 1 3 . . Y' A Xl. Hodgman, C. Rossiter, I. Hirsh. Second Row: C. Rowe, J. Davis, A. Coidakis, J. Hitchcock, P. Conroy, E. Bushaw, S. Iohn- son, Farrington. Thir Row: 1. Couitt, I. Ryan, E. Tatro, R. Pclton, Mr, Ryan, D. Eastman, M. Chamberlain, K. Reney. Mr. Kimball commends oHice assistants. Left to Right, Front Row: Mr. Kimball, S, Lchr, J. Wilkins, I. Rannisto, A. Gentes, D. Sargeant. Second Row: N. Harding, C. Watling, C. Rowe, I. Nichols, A. Petrin, I. Pike, R. Rego. Third Row: I. Duhrefuil, V. Hodgman, L. Dombroski, E. Safford, E. Tatro, S. Preston, R. Blood. If!! Hall proctors maintain order in the halls Left to Right, Front Row: S. Economu A. Ccntes, D. Callum, I. Davis, K. Mac- Intyrc. ,Second Row: I. jasinski, S. Bailey, L Drew, NV. Cote. GLEE CLUB EXCELS Towle songsters left to right, First Row: P. Conroy, B. Brown, I. Gagne, K. Rowell, M. Chamberlain, B. Merrill, P. Whitncy, S. Lehr, S. Farley, J. Farrington, S. NVallace, C. Racicot, M. Onnela, S. Perry. Second Row: K. Lewis, I. Childs, D. Eastman, N. Witham, C. Otis, V. Hodgcman, L. Dom- broslci, I. Evans, I. Labcr, M. Rannisto, I. Pike, D. Sargeant, I. Hitchcock, L. Hurd. Third Row: S. Cintowt, C. Lewko, S. Cote, N. Waterman, B. Smith, K. Rossiter, J. Nichols, I. Rannisto, I. Dubreuil, V. Lake, J. Hirsch, E. Tatro, I. Ryan, P. Conroy. Fourth Row: I. Conyo, M. Kivisto, C. Rowe, E. George, D. Tilton, A. Sampson, L. Bartlett, S. Devengcr, M. Fowler, S. Siren, B. Berry, Woodard, P. Rich, M. jokinen. Fiftllg Row: N. Wilson, P. Clements, R. Wal ace, D. Callum, C. Coggeshall, D. Ellingwood, D. ennett. The Glee Club has been quite active this year, par- ticipating in the winter concert and joint Exeter Con- cert. It rehearses Monday and Thursday during the fourth period. This is a great improvement over last year's early morning session. Despite only two hours practice per week the Glee Club has developed into a fine sounding group. Mr. Keeley enthusiastically leads Glee Club f f -ultf-H f GGG 65 .I BAD It Ah TOVVLE HIGH BAND UNDER NEXV DIRECTOR HAS ACTIVE SEASON ,ARINETS tune Farrington vlores Chartrand tricia Conroy irley Cintowt ivid Bennett nja Siren :quelyn Sargeant iurice Nelson iith Hitchcock lith Hirch rrcen VVitham gers Claggett PERCUSSION Carolyn Hurd john Lord Robert Hastings Kathleen Duhreuil Ronald Bowlan FLUT ES Betty Merrill Sarah Lehr OBOE Jean NVoodard TRUMPETS Norman Wilson Malcolm Rowell NVarrcn VVinter Bradley Hall David Shackctt Donald Rowell Clifton Avery Henry Cummings Bryan Laurence SAXOPHONES jean Laher Katherine Lewis Karol Bushaw Sally Cote James Ferriter TROMBONES David Wilson Richard MacAllister WVilliam Bartlett Lester Fortune BARITONE Kenneth YVirlclcala MAJORETTES Sandra Wallace, Irene Cagne Esther Safford, Maureen On- nela, Linda Hurd, Sharon Per- ry, Judy Andosca, Carole Raci- cot, Director Edward Keeley The band, under the direction of Mr. Keeley, has been extremely active this year. It participated in nearly all of the football games producing an interesting show at half time. The annual winter concert was given successfully on December 19th at the new Junior High School. On March Sth a joint concert was given with EXeter,s band at Exeter, and the following Saturday night, March 15th, a corresponding concert was given in Newport. The band represented New Hampshire at UNH during the Music Festival on March 8th, This, plus marching at Memorial Day Services, Alumni Day and the Fire- xnanis Day Parade, adds up to a successful, well-rounded year. egrep if iwle High Band participating in Firemans' Day The maiorettcs reflecting defeat of the Towle Tigers TOWLE STUDE TS EXCEL Snagpy majorettes leading the Towle Hig Band are: Irene Gagneg Judy Andoscag Esther Salford, Carole Rac- icot, Head Majoretteg Maureen On- nelag Linda Hurd, and Sandra Wal- lace. Absent when picture was taken -Sharon Perry. Glee Club members awarded partici- pation in the All State Music Festival are: First Row: David Callum, Chris Coggeshall, Royal Wallace. Second Row: Joyce Dubreuil, Ioan Evans, Virginia Hodgeman, Betty Merrill and Sally Lehr. Towle musicians eaming placement in All State Band and Orchestra are: Mary Fowler, Norman Wilson, Bill Rowell, and Jeanne Farrington. TOWLE JOUR ALIS' S PRO UDLY PUBLI H... llwk 1 x C f ,JR Sinus aww A ,.. sfhislg- MEMBERS OF THE STAFF Left to right, Swltml: B. Bc-rry, litcrnry cditorg V. Hodgman, husincss manzu.:crg J. Evans, cdi- tor-in-chicfg j. VVoodurd, und D. liolilmins, assistant cditorsg Hr. Thompson, formcr advisor. Stflflliillpf , First Row: J. Dulvrcuil, AI. Runnisto, Furla-y, C. RilCiC0f, S. Dcvcngcr, C. Rossi- tvr, S. Lchr, S. Lucais, A. Pm-trin, D. Siirgwnnt. XV. XYiut4-r. Second Row: P. Smct, D. Purncll, S, Siri-u. J. Ryan, E. Bushuw, P. Conroy, B. Brown, S. Cotc, P. NVl1itnm-y. P. WR-x. Last Row: Silfglfllllt, Hirsch, K. Lcwis, J. Pikc, C. Coycttc. B. Merrill, M. Bluckington, The stuff of thc "Spirit of Towlcn sturtcd publishing this your, only aftcr il long period of difficulty. Mr. Hohc-rt Thompson rc-plzlccd the previous advisor. hut duc to ill hculth, resigned, and his position wus fillcd hv Mr. Noland Simurd. The staff movcd its oflice downstairs to thc formcr lihrary whcrc its fucilitics are much improved. Anothcr new facet of the 'iSpirit" was the onc-ccnt sallc of ull back issues hcld in curly April. Again. as usual, in Juno thc ncw stuff stcps in and will curry on in the ycar 1958-1959. T'-. "QT'w-K. ,ftr ' mv -1 EF- I fx-5, A.. r .1 uhm... . XF pfg' , ,A A I 3 tix- .- Mr. Roland Simnrd, Advisor a lst 1.. -1 - '58 YEAKBUUK W1 Ab P .mf T7 x El? 3 S P if tsi.s 1. -ss. Tiger stuff 1neml1cr.s', left to right, -Seatzfci: B. Berry, photography editor, S. Cote, literary cali- tor, D. Robbins, assistant business rnanagcrg D. Dingwall, business inanagcrg D. Quimby, cclitor- in-chief, L. Hayward, assistant editorg -I. Dubrcuil, activities editor, and Kraus, layout cclitor. Standing, First How: E. Merrill, E. Thibodeau, S. Lucas, A. Petrin, H. Cunningham, L. Bart- lett, B. George, P. Whitney, I. Woodard. Second Row: C. Coggeshall, I. Iasinski, M. Ballou, J. Evans, J. Bickforcl, C. Watling, J. Wil- kins, J. Hirsch, S. Siren. 3, T-'tu . C i L Qi i tm ,. ' Q Wire ,tt W.. N Ai,' 5 Q L .MEL 5 kyrk X , 'r,,..,1.,'Q MQAQC.-m Avpmm 70 Mrs. Rita Thompson, advisor to the sta Busy as bees, huh, Sandi, Tina, and 1'c5.5:.ly? What's up? Sharon, Saudi, Dave, and Betsy ,I In September of 1957, a green yearbook staff and a new advisor were faced with the enormous task of putting out a 1958 "Tiger.', The 1957 "Tiger', took a third place in the New England Scholastic Press Association contest and, with the aid of the criticisms of the above organization, the staff has tried, with the utmost perseverance, to equal or excel the previous yearbook. A good deal of rec- ognition is due Mrs. Beatrice II. Bovers, the Senior class advisor, and Mr. Howard Kimball, principal, who willingly gave of their time and effort during the prolonged illness of the yearbook advisor, Mrs. Rita E. Thompson. The members of the staff have worked manv long hours to present a com- plete, accurate, and interesting record of events of the 1957-58 school year, and sincerely hope that the readers will find it so, as they thumb through it in the years to come. s"'N" he-wnguv .,M. Y.. . --sF""' W f 5 hat a mcssl Good luck. Sharon, Snnfli nm! Rnmf! -- r.. a -..,.u.. .Ltr ,-,, 1 n . . . Q ,. .. .. . . THE STUDE T COUNCIL .,. fl? 9 .:' 1 2 - Q 6' t . qw ., 4 gk .vi A L 0 .. ,et . A A Members of Student Cnuncril are from left to right: F. Bartlett, 3rd vice-presidentg S. Cote, secretaryg 1. -Iasinski, vice-pn-sitlcntg lr. Hayward, presiclcntg D. Ellingwood, Qual vicc-prcsi- clentg B. Coggeshall, treasurer and C. Coggeshall. Second Row: Mr. Ballon, aclvisorg Evans, M. Rowell, Ir., R. Twiss, D. Quimlmy, C. Coyctte, P. Conroy, S. Farley, and S. Lehr. Mr. VVillis Ballon offers guiding hand. President Lawrence Hayward pre- Mr. Andrew Philippe explains atmr sides. energy. STEERS STUDE T BODY The Student Council, which supervises extra-curricular activities, provides assembly programs, and promotes the general welfare and unity, is made up of representatives from all phases of life at Towle High School. Each class has an elected representative, all class presidents are present, the editor-in-chief of both the Spirit of Towle and the Tiger, the head cheerleader and a band repre- sentative are also members of the student government body at Towle. Among the other necessary functions of the council, is the purchase of the athletic awards with funds acquired through the refreshment concessions at both football and basketball games. In the year 1957-58, under the able guidance of Mr. Willis Ballou, a new system of assemblies was put into effect, and a dance was held, beside its normal activities. l 1 Jvc that ' says Ioan Evans. "The vote is " "The Gathering of the Nuts Q Christmas assembly 7 'X SCHOOL BOARD AT THE HELM 1.4135-1: A S. 1 S 'a -- ,is .ee .K ,510 'xs if i' C - Q 4 L Q ,E Q. 1 xx Q 11,9 ra if me t . ig cs . A " ' , 3 Sim? OO - f A 10 , V , K H 5,7 H11 S -is vi js- .J-1 , .' 52, - ggi: 13521: , . , 54 '- ,, ,wig Q. 1 5 u Q , , ,f - ' ,E35.ga, i,.,rgw3fff,, gi' K . . ff? ,Q f'.a,fQ53,zf. :"'iff,.,1,f i nj if if Q ,A -, , Q-q'3'?5',1ffi31. fftfliil? ,if X1 ' ' ' Mr Henry Mahoney Mr. Oliver Drown Mr- I0hI1 Lee Chairman PARENTS AND TEACHERS LEND A HELPING HAND Under the direction of Mrs. Kenneth Bushway, President, Mr. Malcolm Hall, Vice-President, Mrs. Phillips Hall, Secretary and Mrs. Gordon Flint, Treasurer, the Parent-Teachers Association opened the year with a reception for the teachers of the Newport School System at the Newport Junior High School. The Novem- ber meeting was a cooperative program between the local schools and the PTA in commemoration of National Education Wleek. The February meeting was under the direction of Mr. Alphonse Soucy, Helping Teacher, who explained the tests and their role as guidance material in the Newport schools. Using High School Records for Guidance are, Left to Right: M. Ballou, Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Kimball, Mr. Waltz, Mr. Buinicky. -. mm., SCIE CE ag New iii -x... Q 'Q . E A , X uwfbyq xmas Sputnik spurs sci:-nee COMMERCE ig Al' XSL fdsal iklg fdsal iklg . . . Parlez-vous-francais? Let's see, Gaulia est . . . 'lf AN UAGES Hmmm... OCIAL STUDIES X l- sf 1- Rik wifi? 47' . . and class, this is Africa! ww.-19vw.z4h 4 .f Saws You sm-0, class, it was this way . . . Now! 77 OUR SPONSORS 'ln 1058 79 ACK OWLEDGEMENTS The members of the 1958 TIGER staff wish to express their gratitude to all those businessmen, parents, alumni, and friends who have so willingly helped to make this publication possible. Without their aid and the photographic as- sistance of Mr. Iohn Titchen of the Claremont Daily Eagle, Mr. Lawrence Whit- ney, 1958 TIGER photographer, Ioan Evans, Annette Petrin, and Christine Wat- ling, all the efforts of the staff might have been in vain. We extend to them all our deepest appreciation. Kathan Gardens Yetman's Used Furniture Wood's Texaco Hilltop Motel Sugar River Dairy Bar Martin's Hardware Pickett's Market La.rry's Garage Robin Doolan Shirley Wentzell Margaret Skinner T. R. Nichols Dr. William Moore Dr. E. F. Keane Ed LaVasseur jean and Bo Beauchaine Ron and Eleanor Demijohn Adrianne and Eero Neimi THE 1958 TIGER 'STAFF Tom and Janice Lacroix Gillie and Mickey Morrow Tom's Atlantic Station Frank and Da Wiggins Kenneth Andler john Fairbanks Berkeley Stores Dr. Ralph Benson Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wilkins Hollands Electric Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Mahoney Ella Barton Reney Everett R. Reney Parmenter, Franklin Smith Construction Co. John Walker III Mr. and Mrs. Morris Reney Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robbins DORR Earl! 'gs gen Betsy all set for tour. WQQLEN F S B il ,,,Q:, l l in Make yourself at home, Betsy COMPANY 81 Hart Schaffner 8. Marx and Arrow Shirts - Stetson Hats lnterwoven Socks - Jantzen Sportswear Pendleton Shirts MILLER BROTHERS Clothiers - Outfitters Newport, New Hampshire Tel. MYrtle 2-8625 H. W. FRENCH ARTESIAN WELL CO. Plumbing Systems "Some do as well, but none better." HARRY W. FRENCH, Prop. 8 Depot Road-Westford, Mass Compliments PETERSON PLASTICS Tel. 579-M 65 Main Street GREENWOOD JEWELERS Elgin and Wadsworth Watches Feature Diamonds We Test All Watch Repairing Electronically With Our Watch Master Best Wishes MONTGOMERY WARD Claremont, N. H. STOCKWELL'S GREENHOUSE Flowers For Every Occasion Phone 322-140 North Main St. Newport, N. H. Congratulations to The Class of '58 S 8- K DEPARTMENT STORE JOHN KVETCOVSKY Radio and Television Sales - Service TELEVISION Capehart General Electric Philco Sylvania Telephone 237-W Summer Street -- Newport, New Hampshire 83 Whitney Studio Distinctive Photography Official Photographer For Towle High School CLASS OF 1958 R4 RANGE OIL FUEL OIL ESSO GOODRICH OIL COMPANY Call Newport 795-North Main Street-Newport, N. H. JOHN R. KELLY Telephone I00 "The Best In Drug Store Service Newport, - New Hampshire Compliments of NEWTON - BARTLETT ROWELL BROTHERS, Inc. BUILDING MATERIALS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE NAILS PAINT - SHINGLES - ROOFING - INSULATION - WOODWORKING KORN ALLEY :: :: Phone 270 Claremont Army 8. Navy Store CLOTHING - BOOTS - SHOES ' SPORTS EQUIPMENT Tel. 1840-50 Pleasant Street CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE AVERY'S EDSEL SALES, Inc. 128 Washington Street CLAREMONT - N. H. 28 Sunapee Street NEWPORT - N. H. SILSBY 8. JOHNSON, Inc. HARDWARE - PLUMBING - HEATING Sheet Metal Work - Sporting Goods Delta Power Tools 49 Main Street Phone 300 NEWPORT-NEW HAMPSHIRE Sandi, jenn and Debbie think thc Edsel is pr tty lcccn NEWPORT FURNITURE, Inc. NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE SMET'S SERVICE STATION IIGULFII I7 Main Street Newport, New Hampshire COMPLIMENTS OF Claremont Chamber of Commerce Solicitations Policy Group EDES REAL ESTATE Phone 72-W Newport, New Hampshire DARTMOUTH MOTORS, Inc. Complete'Line of Willys 4 Wheel Drive Vehicles Jeeps - Studebaker SALES and SERVICE North Main Street Newport, New Hampshire Subscribe to The Argus-Champion Published Every Thursday by Argus Press PRINTERS - PUBLISHERS DOUGLAS BARBER SHOP 4 MAIN STREET Telephone 298 Best Wishes HILLTOP MOTEL NEWPORT - New HAMPSHIRE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SHOE TREE Compliments of Western Auto Association Store - The Family Store - Judy, prospective buyer, looks at stuffed toys WARREN H. WINTER PLUMBING and HEATING 28 count smear - Tel. 14-w Newport - New Hampshire SARGEANT 8. HOY North Main Street Body Shop GENERAL REPAIRING PAINT JOBS n s r P pw J. S. HIRSH 5: to 51.00 and Up DEPARTMENT STORE For Thrifty Shoppers 'I2-I6 MAIN STREET BOB'S SPORTSHOP MERIT CLOTHING COMPANY cLAREMoN1' - New HAMPSHIRE SUGAR RIVER PHARMACY "At the Bridge" B rd Towne, Registered Druggist PHONE 48 Where Cu t rs B me Friends RAND'S NEWS DEPOT cLAReMoNr 3 New HAMPSHIRE SHOP-RITE SUPER MARKET 2 Main Street Newport, New Hampshire Telephone 499 Bill Hoyt Trucking SAVE on GAS FURNITURE Movn-is MHWUY G05 and Groceries 84 South Main Street Telephone 690-M Routes 103 and ll GUILD-NEW HAMPSHIRE M. J. Harrington JEWELRY - DIAMONDS sn.vER V-WGT0 , GIFTS -239 46 new Traditional Jeweler and Silversmiths for 116 years Newport New Hompsh ire Valley Home Supply MOTOROLA - SYLVANIA - PHILCO ADMIRAL 360-W SALES :: SERVICE 9 South Main Street Corbett Oil Company, Inc. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS BOTTLED GAS Office and Plant on Belknap Ave. P. O. Box 534 NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE Bobs contemplates future purchase. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Newport, New Hampshire Betty and Deanna saving? Compliments of the STREAMLINER DINER THE KNITTING KNOOK 43 Park Street Newport, New Hampshire Telephone 325-M BERNAT YARNS MERTON J. SARGENT Real Estate and Insurance Telephone I8 23 Sunapee Street Newport, New Hampshire WOODHULL'S SUPER SERVICE MARKET HEATH 25 Depot Square MOTOR SALES :: Telephone 780 Newport, New Hampshire Q-.-.W Congratulations to the wonderful class of '58 QUEEN SHOP of Claremont BLUE RIBBON LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS Newport, New Hampshire VIC'S MARKET 2 Elm Street Newport, New Hampshire Compliments of BRAMPTON WOOLEN COMPANY, Inc. janet and Esther listening to terms of an insurmu policy. GAUTHIER AND WOODARD, Inc. Insurance and Real Estate ' 'Alu Gauthier, "Harry" VVoodard and "Hal" Campbell Agency Established in 1872 To Graduates and Others . . . At School . . . At Home . . . At Your Future Place . E of Employment . . . Electricity ls There .6 Making Your Lite Easier. PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY K I of New Hampshire l kgf y t tyf h dy COTE cmcl RENEY LUMBER COMPANY Grantham New Hampshire Best Wishes WTSV AM and FM 1230 AM 1060 FM to THE CLASS OF '58 Your Radio Station , PARlSEAU'S SERVICE sewing Newport and the Twin State Valley STATION RAY H. SMITH Plumbing Heating Oil Burners Sales Service Phone 506 15 Beech Street Newport, New Hampshire QI SULLIVAN'S FUNERAL HOME 40 Park Street Newport, N. H. Phone 60 Joseph J. Sullivan Ambulance Service NEWPORT NU-WAY CLEANERS 4th Street Left Beyond the High School 36 Green Road Telephone 452 "Pick up and Delivery" Compliments of GEE LUMBER COMPANY of Philomath, Oregon NOROS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Electrical Supplies and Fixtures Norman Zilch Tel. Newport 666-W HILL TOP STUDIO 105 Beech Street Telephone 680-M SNAPSHOTS - RESTORATION OIL PAINTINGS Portraits by Photography STANLEY FORD SALES Your Friendly Ford Dealer Telephone 450 Newport, New Hampshire CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '58 RENEY'S STORE Grantham, New Hampshire WILLIAMS LAUNDRY Laundry and Dry Cleaning Rugs and Furniture Cleaning Tel. Newport 191 CHASE 8. AVERY, INC. Dodge-Plymouth Passenger Cars Dodge "Job Rated" Trucks SALES and SERVICE Newport, N. H. Telephone 333 TYSON TAIMI General Contractor L. L. RANSOM 8. SON AII House Furniture 1913-1958 59 Belknap Avenue Tel. 407-W H O W L A N D S ChiIdren's and Ladies Garments Newport, N. H. Compliments Of GIlLIE'S GARAGE CUMMINGS MARKET Newport, N. H. MILL END SHOP Domestics and English Imports Woolens L. E. WEED 8. SON Concrete Blocks Washed Sand and Gravel Moore 8. Emerson Bottled Gas Company, Inc. Pyrofax Gas Distributors COMMERCIAL 8. DOMESTIC APPLIANCES 27 Oak Street Tel. 206-W Tel. 206-M Newport, N. H. THE CORNER PHARMACY Newport, N. H. Telephone 105 "Your Dependable Corner Druggisf' Compliments of Your A 8. P Manager and Clerks BARRETT PRESS Central Street NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE Best Wishes to the Class of '58 BUKER AIRWAYS NEWPORT, New HAMPSHIRE UTILGAS CORPORATION 26 Tremont Square 4 CLAREMONT - NEW HAMPSHIRE Bottled Gas Bulk Gas Appliances Compliments of DEACON'S RESTAURANT GlNTOWT'S IGA Supermarket "Low Prices Everyday" Newport Clothing Mfg. Co., Inc Manufacturers of Men's and Young Men's Clothing SPECIALIZING IN UNIFORMS John Colasacco, Pres. 66 Spring Street NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE GREEN ACRES ICE CROYDEN, NEW HAiv.."-SHIRE Newport 586-M4 IX CREAM, INC. LISBON, NEW HAMPSHIRE Lisbon 8-5858 ....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 business with - the kind of bank you would want yours to be, were you in the banking business. Sugar River Savings Bank Citizen National Bank NEWPORT :: NEW HAMPSHIRE Security Service I I QUALITY DRY CLEANERS , Compliments of Expert Cleaning and Tailoring l Free Pickup 81 Delivery Service comer SUNAPEE and CANAL STREET I Phone 630 y 30 Middle Street Clarence E. Robinson, Prop. - NEW Sincere and Best Wishes for Future Success from the CLASS OF 1960 NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY . . Working together to bring people together . Oltices in CLAREMONT Exchange in NEWPORT OR BEST OF LUCK to the sENloRs from the CLASS OF '59 WO0DHUl.l.'S PINES SUNAPEE STREET GARAGE Guild Road Hudson 2: Nash NEWPORT, New HAMPSHIRE NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE Cabins - Trailer Park 'Ns - OR Portland Lithograph Company 252 Spring Street - Portland, Main 5, :1 in 1 f ww, ,, my W w.,.,.-W, .,,,. , , I, eu-'? "'.k'1Le,1:"P.' 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