Towle High School - Spirit Yearbook (Newport, NH)

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U5 2 Q. 7? , ,...x 1. 5 . -, ,.,.'f,2 S54 n,,',.,, , 'J'I,. . Q21 riff Q93T'?FI'15f55 7 .n'W"i :w"'5- 75 S' lb! 54: g33f.,:,',g . X. . .1 9 ,, 1, ,H .V My f-7: - .6132 .A .,,L K., 1 . .yr -iff' if !+w?',, - V . 5529. Q ' M S A " ' L' QT, 2i'i5.j" 1959 Towle High School The Story Standing in Fiery Door l C1093 Uf '59 Q t That Beckons on Every Illlllllf, Newport, New Hampshire G. K. Chesterton I W' J MRS. BOVERS VVe, the Class of 1959, with gratitude for the faithful help and guidance you have given us, the challenging ideas you have presented us and the cheerful countenance you have bestowed upon us, dedicate to you, Mrs. Beatrice Bovers, the Tigerama of 1959. Z Subject Page Our Advisors 6 Cultural Activities 21 Sports 29 Gala Seniors 43 Sponsors 71 Q Q fm X 1 f -dj fhwfbf ' 1 M, v X all Our greatest appreciation to Mr. Roland L. Simard for his guidance and moral sup- port of our efforts to produce this yearbook. Through his experience with and knowl- edge of people our financial and editorial problems were smoothed away. Sincerely yours, THE STAFF N 3 r A r Q I , , .R v e' 4, '45 mfg .Xa z,:::fs:..E. ,ex Cordon B. Flint Administmtors--- TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1959 Congratulations to each of you as you graduate from Towle-your work here is over. The future holds many things in store for you. Success and happiness' are generally measured in terms of the indi- vidual's ability and willingness to make the most of op- portunities as they unfold. Further education - formal or informal - should provide one of the best means of shaping a happy and worthwhile existence for each of you. As alumni you now join with all other graduates in demonstrating the real value of Towle High School. I am confident that your accomplishments wil further justify our faith in you and serve to strengthen the good name of your school. Cordially yours, GORDON B. FLINT Superintendent of Schools THE SCHOOL BOARD Mr. Henry Mahoney, Mr. Oliver Drown and Mr. john Lee comprise our school board. They have the job of setting school policy and handing it down. Mr. Cove-Custodian and de- voted helper. Mrs. Lord-School nurse and friend HOWARD R. KIMBALL PRINCIPAL Commercial Law and Psychology GOVER To Each of You of the Class of 1959: I extend sincere congratulations upon your successful completion of high school. In the four, rapidly-passed years of your membership at Towle you have done much to help the Staff make Towle a better schoolg you as a class, have many 'Firsts' to your credit. I speak for the whole Stall of Towle when I say we have enjoyed our associations with you. As your future unfolds, I hope success and happiness are yours as alumni, I ask that you continue to serve Towle High School and the Community which has nurtured your development so well. Sincerely, HOWARD R. KIIXIBALL, Principal Hall Proctors: Wm. Lacroix Office Assistants: I. Farrington, Mrs. Beard, C. Racicot. The office assistants aid Mr. Kimball in the office. Mrs. Beard does the school's bookkeeping. ' 1 kai .1 'i 1 I. Lee D. Lord B. Coggeshall R. Kanerva R. Cetman The Hall roctors order iii tllle halls. maintain OUR VISOR influence stops Brooks Adams MRS. THGMPSO ADVISES SPIRIT STAFF ...Q "Please, d0n't say Kids!" SPIRIT OF TOWLE This organization gives the students experience in the accurate mm E. .rhmnpmn reporting of facts and events. Students' opinions on problems Mf- MHYYS, A-B-. E11i!liHh II. English HI. concerning the community and school are often expressed. English IV, Spirit Advisor. I. Childs, Editor, I. XVoorlurcl, Iiclitor-in-Chief, P. Whitney, Editor. I"ir.vt Huw, Lcft to Right: D. Surgcunt, E. Barton, J. Hirsch, I. Hitchcock, P. Conroy, E. Bushaw, S. llintowt, C. Diottc, B. Curtis, A. XVillct, P. Rich, K. Reney, C. Zukauskas, I. Shcdd, V. Tcuguc. Sm-mul Row: S. Bt-nncr, H. Looman, C. Morrow, D. Lee, K. Blomquist, J. Ryan, K. Lewis, M. Kc-lly, j. Surgczmt, B. Brown, ll. Wfhipplc. Third Row: D. I,lll'1ll'll, li. XVcx, L. Fowler, F. Bartlett, M. Rowell, I. Kelly. 7 YE OLDE E l 1 l 'What's going on here?" GLISH Ioseph H. Ryan, Dartmouth, A.B., English 10 61 12, Head of Library, Senior Play Director. Sitting, Left to Right: M. Sweet, M. Chamberlain, K. Reney, V. Gintowt, J. Farrington, S. Perry. Standing, Left to Right: S. Devenger, B. Brown, N. Witham, R. Pelton. A close watch is kept on all books and magazines by the librarians who help Mr. Ryan keep them in condition and in good order. The library is a great source of information and interest to all. LISEZ-VOUS LE TIGERAMA, MR. SIMARD? 1' 'T Now, to conjugate finit- jnnior and Senior girls prepare to leave the N.E.S.P.A. Con- Rolnncl L. Sixnnrcl fCfCnC0 Ht B- U- St. Anselnfs, B.A., Latin, Freneli, One Act Play, Yearbook. Yearbook Staff l .-.,r , - ' pf' ' x .J I, , ,E XA. 13 ff W 9- . 1 . , ,, 1 I ..x 1 3, . 'xv J , 5 K 5 .x ' 33 fi' V K- Cl. 9 tai if--, " Seated: S. Siren, C. Racicot, B. Coggeshall, M. Fowler, M. Cain, M. Sweet. Second How: A. Rozokat, D. Lord, C. Lewko, D. Perkins. S. Devenger, L. Hurd, F. Bartlett, P. Conroy, j. Lulmer, C. Hurd, M. Chumlmerlain, B. Brown, S. Lclir, S. Perry, N. Vvitlllllll, S. Wallace. Third Row: M. Dame, J. Woodard, C. Rossiter, I. Hall, M. Onnela, R. Kanerva, C. Goyette, P. Slnet, Wm. Lacroix. if " All f'3-- M I vu. A '- V Students listen closely as Mr. Simard explains the mysteries of the foreign language. 'Lefs go, Class!" Mrs. Ball-Mrs. Bovers' aide-de- CITIZENS OF THE FUTURE camp. Mrs. Bovers gc-QW Jersey State Teachers College, U.. IS. History and Govemment, One Act Play Coach, Senior Class Advisor. First Row, Left to Right: P. Conroy, Secretaryg C. Racicot. Second Row: I. Pike, G. Pevine, E. Bushaw, Vice President, Mrs. Bovers, Advisor, S. Devenger, D. Perkins, Presidentg K. Reney, P. Rich, H. Leeman, K. Lewis, I. Hirsh, F. Bartlett, D. Bennett, Treasurer, S. Michaelson, B. Brown. The Future Tear-here nl: America, 2 newlv nrcrsmizefl club at Towle, illustrates ATHLETIC HISTORIA . c it 4 f if 4 "Take it for what it's worth." Ollie Turpcinon, University of N. H., M.A., American History, History of Civilization, Driver Education, Assistant Football and Basketball Coach. X 1 V f Y ' I x ,K , f f 4, l ' 9 . H 1' 55, up K- K Xyirx Q If .2 cm , jf W Future drivers of America, our shidcnts :irc run through their exercises by Mr. Turpeinen, who gnllzmtly risks tlic dangers of training new drivcrs. 11 5, , is is Q4 ,B is p 'A F95 DATES A D DOLLAR' DD , ,:.. E ik writ, David M. Dole, Plymouth Teachers College, B.E., History of the United States, Econom- ics, Ass't Football Coach, Ski Coach. Mr. Tucker, a practice-teacher from Keene Teachers College, is the able helper of Mr. Dole. I 1 "The burden of responsibility rests upon the individual." ,...4-"JW ww ., we MW 4 A- Li As coach of the Ski Team, Mr. Dole in- structs Bruce, john L. and John K. in the art of cross-country racing. MATH A D STUDE COUNCIL VS. MR. BALLOU C. ' 451'-7 " ll, THX' , A' -,' 1- - - x I X ' ,.,..,---tv ms? F, 'X This tcst looks likc a tough oncl "Do you sec it now?" STUDENT COUNCIL The studcnt council is the governing body of thc school. It is comprised of students from the three years of high school. Algebra 2. Consiuut-r Niinlit-umtit-Q, lflnut- Mr. Bullou is the advisor to this group. Under his supervision Cc-omctry, AClV1lIlL'l'Cl Ninth und Trigonom- etry, A-V Aids Dircctor, Studcut Council 1 ii . Advisor, junior Class Advisor. activities forth-coming. VVillis H. Bnllou Tufts, Halrvurcl, B. Sc., M. Sc., Algebra 1, and with thc consent of Mr. Kimball, the students decide the U---.-i. ,Q . . alibi - X, ' .322 IK'- 'ssc-'I . . ma A - ,is C 'if' '1 P. Conroy, Sccrcturyg B. Coggcslmll, Prcsidcntg D. Lord, lst Vicc Prcsidcntg A. Coidakas, 'l'rc-usllrm-rg C. Roc, 3rd View Pre-siclcut: missing, R. Twiss, 2nd Vice Prcsidcut. First How: K. l.s-wis, C. D4-nu-is, C. Diottc, B. Brown. H. Fowlcr, M. Cain, VVOodnrd. Second Row: C. Coycttc, NV. XViutcr, M. Rowell, F. Bartlett. 13 MR. BRYANT HA DLES THE SCIENCES Now going on . . . Connie! Studious aren't they! ORANGE KEY Members of the Orange Key are pres- ent at all interscholastic football, basket- ball, and baseball games. They take tickets and act as hostesses. Omnipres- ence and congeniality are the trade- marks which characterize this noble or- ganization. Hats off to them from all of us. Mr. Bryant is their advisor and looks out for their interests. William L. Bryant University of New Hampshire, B.S., M.Ed.. Physics, Chemistry, Orange Key Advisor, Business Manager of Athletics. Orange Key, B. Brown, M. Fowler, J. Ryan, C. Lewko, P. Conroy, A. Coidakas. BUINICKY, IHOLOGY I l af' Q4 IW ,, A J n ' .N .5 , , wif f , BUT "The structure of the human body . . ." ! , f 8 ?' 2 " Henry F. Buinicky, St. Anselm's, St f 1 Marys University, Baltimore, A.B. Ns S.T.B., Biology, Guidance Counselor Cross-country, Track, Prize Speaking One-Act Play. 1.3- As Guidance Director Mr. Buinicky is invaluable to the Seniors as they go out into the various walks Jf life. ' -ful Biology students Cfrom l. to r.l R. Whitney, R. Onnela, I, Sargeant, I. Shedd, C. Avery participate in lab experiments to further their knowledge of protozoan life. J 1 r BE ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS "I said no more talking!" CHEERLEADERS Led by petite Marty Cain, the energetic cheerleaders raise the enthusiastic yells of the cheering spectators. VVith- out them the teams could not light their Way to victory. Priscilla F. Hastings Plymouth Teachers College, B.E. Typing I, Typing II, Stenography I Office Practice, Cheerleader Advisor pw- "'. . Left to Bight: M. Sweet, A. Demeis, I. Childs, M. Rannisto, M. Cain, Head Cheerleaderg S. Perry, M. Chamberlain, L. Dodge, C. Otis, absent. j.V. Cheerleaders Left to Right: S. Cintowt, J. Farrington, P. 16 Conroy,-Head Cheerleader, E. Bushaw, E. mi s Concentrating? Um-m-m? PRACTICAL ARTS 'ivif1f,XAq . - - .A .4 X- n . 4 ' . - l . - 1 - v 1 v t. T f 'ffflig faa ,571 L'- fi A 'lv' ... W ' W. 2.7 -F, Q: , Ns.- ' 5- --' ' J Fx 3" A 5 .. i ag' 'M A 3 .. ' i f - , ' V 9 K .. ff A l an N V If rp- A is ' 1 W, , X .-1 Mrs. Kimball instructs thc students in the princi- ples of home-mzlkinxz. Ruth Y. Kimball, Keene Teachers College, B.E., Family Foods and Nutrition, School Treasurer for Newport Ir. High. I3 ,,nD 'hilip Knowles, Keene Teachers into Mm-clmnics 10 and ll. .1 College, Auto Mechanics fascinates these three, teacher 17 and students. MR. KEELEY LEAD THE GLEE CLUB 'iQuiet back thc-rel" l Edward F. Km-ley GLEE CLLB Sf- KXUSCIUVS C0llf'21H Cflfdllilfl' Wflfki Uni- Towle High is very proud of its Clee Club. Assemblies and 2'f:yf'tZ:Cf:fwECV'ir Hi'flffffl'gfl1uP'f?m graduation are brightened by their repertoire of gay and seri- Ijirectory Mdsic A,,p,2Ci,,H1,n. ' ' ' ous songs. A cappella singing is well received at three concerts a year and at the exchange concert. Towle would indeed be lost without the Clee Club. E First How: 1. Farrington, S. Lehr, S. Cintowt, I. Cagne, S. Coyette, M. Sweet, M. Chamber- lain, M. Dame, E. George, B. Brown, M. Fowler, J. Ryan, C. Lewko, L. Clements, E. Bushaw, I. Woodard, P. Conroy, D. Sargeant, P. Conroy, S. Leland, S. Brooks, P. Rich. .Second Row: W. Morrow, W. VVinter, P. McIntosh, M. Rowell, P. Whitney, D. Eastman, L. Dodge, S. Benner, C. Diotte, N. jasinski, K. Lewis, C. Zukauskas, V. Teague, M. Kelly, S. Siren, K. Dubreuil, M. Rannisto, I. Hitchcock, C. Racicot, H. Leeinan. Third Row: N. Wilson, J. Judd, R. Bowlan, P. Clements, R. Kanerva, D. Lord, A. Delneis, D. Ellingwood, B. Coggeshall, P. Wex, P. Sinet, J. Lee, D. Purnell, F. Bartlett, D. Dorion, J. Hall, F. Clark, C. Coyette. TOWLE HIGH B x-- f ,W yi N'-'fl ' l Maiiorvtti-sz Tmmpvts: V. 'llwigiic-, M. Kvlly, R. Onna-la, K. llossitz-r, D. Left to Right: R. Downing, W. Clnnnnin s N Eastman, I.. llurcl, S. Coyctlc, K. Dcmcis, 1. VVilson, M. Rowvll. ll- M4l3'Il2ll'll. fl. :XVl'I'3 Gugnc, C. Ilucicot. Q fl .0 non A 0 Q R n fo. if.. 'Y' First Row: I. Farrington, D. Clmrtrzlnrl, P. Conroy, S. Cintowt, S. Sircn, 1. Surgcant, R. Clag- Lic-tt, S. Cot:-, C. Biisliuw, K. Ln-wix, Iiulvcr. Svcoml Row: I. Hitclicock, j. Hirsch, XV. Kiinlmll, N. XVilson, M. Rowcll, L. Maynurcl, C. Avvry, D. Bc-nnc-tt, B. NVl1itncy, I.. Fortnnr-, VV. Bartlett. 1. Fc-rritvr, B. Otis. Tlzirrl Huw: I. Twiss. K. Dnlmrcuil, B. Hastings, R. Bowlnn, C. Hurd, V. F11-zigliic-. M. K1-lly, R. Onnr-la, K. Ilossiu-r, D. Enstnmn, L. Hurd, S. Coycttc, C. DLxlllCiS, 1. Gugnc, C. Rucicot, L. Fowlr-r, K. VVirkkiln. Clarincts: I. Hitchcock, I. Hirsch, NV. Kimball, M. Nelson. EXERCISE KEEPS US I TRIM Priscilla L, Buinicky Sargent College, B.S., Physical Edu- cation, Hockey, Basketball, Softball. Boys continue with the game after the warm-up. Scenes from a typical Phys. Ed. class. "gan" , 1, F2 ' 1 , I 5 ffm iz " I Nl Charles Burch South Dakota Nort em, B.S., Physical Education, Football, Basketball, Base- ball, Athletic Director. CULTURAL ACTI stagcg players." Shakespeare THE UPA DCOMI GJU IORS 'Y Offccrs: D. Dorin, Vice President, M. Rowell, President, VV. VVinter, Studcnt Council, B. Cote Treasurcr, I. Pike, Secretary fahsentl. First Row: Pagc NI. Dame, H. Alexander, H. Leeman, I. Cagne, NI. Rannisto, A. Demeis, J Childs, C. Russell, C. Bushaw, D. Sargeant, P. Conroy, J. Farrington, K. Reney, E. Hurd. Sccoml Row: E. George, A. Coidakas, D. Eastman, C. NVirrkala, R. Rego, C. Hooper, BI Jokinen, I. Hitchcock, S. Cintowt, P. Kiniry, B. Curtis, R. Felton, R. XVipple, E. Barton, K XVirrkala. Third Row: P. Rich, C. Pevine, A. Willettc, I. Ryan, K. Lewis, J. Hirsh, A. Centes, Judd YV. Peterson, D. Santti, C. Clayton, A. Davis, V. Mclntire, V. Lake. Fourth Row: T. Buckley, C. XVhipplc, I. Wirrkala, F. Bartlett, D. Purnell, J. Kelly, A. Dcmcis C. Terrian, D. Parrizo, P. Nlclntosh, D. Tihideau, H. VVurhurton, R. Cc-tman, C. Jennings. Fifth Rout P. NVQ-X, I.. Fowler, E. Emery, D. VVilson, VV. Muzzey, A. Clement, R. Philhriek R. Nhmsterman, NI. Nelson, D. Shelnley, N. Wilson, C. Callum, jr., N. Fellows, Hitchcock E. Smith, K. Bennett. A 'ik ,ook Xia - no tonsilslu 'KFill ,er upln 22 in QUEE MURIEL REIGNS . it Bountiful Muriel Chumlucrlain, 1959 XVintvr Car- Left tv Right, T017 tv Bormmf M- Chflmberlaina B nivzil Que:-n, rc-igns over the carnival festivities. Brown, N- Harding, M- Dame, E' Hurd, A- Dem' eis, V. Lake, M. Rannisto, J. Childs. - 'G' if? f , Q . " x 116.145 4 -'C' First prize winner in thc snow sculpture contest was "The MHTW Cain Performs before 23 Fallen Skier" inzxclv lay the Sophomore class. Svellbovnd Crowd lr' the Mardl Gras on ice. 23 THE BEGINN NG OPHOMORES . 'h' ' " .". - 1? Class Oficers: S. Coyette, Secretary, C. Diotte, President, D. Emery, Treasurer, C. Demeis, Student Council, L. Clements, Vice-President. First Row, Left to Right: S. Brooks, C. Caron, I. Stevens, B. Smithl B. Durgin, A. Ford, L. Rogers, M. Iokinen, M. Levasseur, S. Quimby, C. Morrill, D. Lee, I. Shedd, S. Benner, S. Scherwerts, C. Roe, C. Peck. Second Row, Left to Right: I. Blomquist, C. Emerson, L. Prescott, D. Williams, C. Macie, R. Champney, R. Bridges, M. Woodard, R. Simpson, D. Andosca, V. Patten, Margaret Laber, S. Hamilton, C. Keith, K. Blomquist, L. Dodge, M. Boutwell. Third Row: J. Eastman, B. Hall, A. Johnson, R. Hastings, M. Masconas, L. Page, P. West, B. Morrow, H. Murgatroy, Beauchaine, Marjorie Laber, V. Haselton, K. Dubreuil, C. Zu- kauskas, D. Chartrand, N. Jasinski. Fourth Row: D. Cusick, D. Hendrickson, R. Bowland, R. Whitney, F. Drew, H. Sanborn, F. Clark, C. Huff, S. Leland M. Kelly, V. Teague, R. Onnela, S. Onnela, V. Cintowt, R. Murgatroy, M. Blaine. Fifth Row: C. Doroin, R. Descoteau, D. Sanbom, D. Murgatroy, I. Thorson, R. Aiken, N. Babbitt, D. Hayward, A. Osgood, W. Heath, H. Barton, N. Santii, V. Swain. . ,.. sg , ' ' ..:-" is .. c 'Lt ' , ,, . F K Q .f i K Ti ' Q ' I .. A .. .,,, ,,,,.,, A . ,V A , ,f""' , V Sophomore girls get together for a good ' time. A . . V . ' " i , 1 "You just wait! I'll get you!" "Oh, for a nice soft pillow now!" Z4 U X j . v ' . . ,, .. ' . 1 SOPHOMORE WI TER CAR IVAL will lr I A A W' V X up f f g E X ff .4 , C A: QUEEN PIIYLLIS 7 TTY. -' 'v A. Junior boys look smug after their overwhelming victory over the lively Freshmen. Pl' Senior lassies frolic after tri- umph over the towering Soph- omores. The annual Sophomore Carnival was held during the week of March 9-14. lntramural hasketball games were played after sehoolg the tournament was held on Friday afternoon. The Senior girls and Junior hoys were the victors. Saturday night the choosing of the queen took place and Phyllis Conroy, a pretty Senior, was crowned queen. ,C I 5, -QJ' x fr PL r-If X-7 4 wi NQJV KS" .. 1 Q 2...-.p DRAMA I THE MAKI First Row: L. Fowler, R. Whipple, K. Lewis, Prompterg F. Bartlett. Second Row: G. Pevine, I. Hitchcock, Mrs. Hastings, Director. Mr. Henry Buinicky directed a dramatic play by Richard Hill Wilkinson "Hurricane Hill," the story of a young doctor, past un- known, in a small mining community in the mountains. 1 l First Row: 1. Farrington, I. Stoughton, J. Kelly, Winter, D. Purnell. Second Row: H. Murgatroy, D. Sargeant, I. Pike, Promp- ters, Mr. Simard. "Curiosity" a one act comedy by Peggy Fermway, was directed by Mrs. Priscilla Hastings. The action centered around a mis- interpreted telephone conversation. First Row: P. Wex, R. Hastings, M. Kelly, I. Shedd. Second Row: R. Descoteau, C. Lewko, Stage Manager E. Bushaw, Prompter. Absent: Mr. Buinicky. A silly satire by Sidney Steele, directed by Mr. Roland Simard, K'Curses, What a Night" gave everyone a chuckle. Q I DIVIDUALS STA D OUT ST. PAUL'S ADVANCED STUDIES PROGRAM Those who attended this stimulating program :mf subjects not commonly encountered in high school cur1'iculum, were QL. to RJ D. Bennett, S. Michaelson, R. Coggeshall, R. Kanerva. The subjects the boys participated in were Greek, Modern European llistory, Concepts of Mathe- matics, and Calculus, respectively. The courses lasted six weeks and the work completed was rqual to a year's study. To supplement the hours spent in study, a program of organized athletics was provided. The boys were selected on the wasis of their academic standing, applications, and interviews. pn-...W P X , .' N 4 ' N.. R . GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE ATTENDANTS Those who attended Girls' and Boys, State were: CL. to RQ D. Perkins, D. Shackett, L. Hurd, C. Goyette, P. Smet, C absent when picture was taken: C. Lewkoj. During the summer of 1958 they attended sessions on government and governmental procedure. After studying the procedure of parliament, they conducted cam- paigns and were elected to mock offices. The experience and social know-how gained were in- valuable and all part of the fun had by all. 1-' MODEL U.N. jean VVoodard and David. Bennett were privi- eged to attend the Model U.N. Assembly in vlay of 1958. They were assigned Lebanon and ordan, respectively, representing them at Block neetings and Plenary Sessions. An "internation- il" hall was held in honor of all who attended, wreaking up the otherwise strict schedule. A -learer picture of international affairs and U.N. iroeedures was obtained and brought back to ellow-students. . ...L , K' "rs A Q... STUDENT TEACHERS This program, set up for students in their junior year, is a measuring stick for future VOCZI- tional choice. The girls went into the elementary grades and observed methods and procedures. One morning a week, for eight weeks, they gained actual teaching experience. Those par- ticipating in ,57-,58 were: CL. to R.l S. Perry, M. Cain, C. Racicot, S. Devenger. 2nd Row: J. XVoodard, C. Lewko, P. Conroy. 3rd Row: M. Fowler, S. Siren. l TALENTS RECOGNIZED Left to Right: M. Rowell, I. Fa.rrir ton, L. Fortune, N. Wilson. After auditioning for sele tion, the talented musician listed above were chosen to re resent Towle at the annual 15 State Festival. Left to Right: P. Smet, D. Bennn S. Lehr, S. Siren, B. Brown, abse On the basis of Mr. Keele recommendation, the above Sc ior vocalists were chosen to p: ticipate in the All-State Choi at the Festival in Portsmoutl Left to Right: C. Hurd, E. Bush: I. Hirsh, Prompters, H. Leeman, Prize, P. Rich, K. Lewis, E. Hu Honorable Mention, M. Dame. Second Row: R. Philbrick, LaCrc Prompterg B. Coggeshall, Prompt D. Pumell, I. Kelly, 2nd Prize, Judd, 3rd Prize, Mrs. Beatrice Bovc General Chairman. To provide the necessary pr lic speaking experience the 2 nual Fairbanks junior Pr: Speaking Competitions are he Iuniors who take advantage this opportunity benefit from throughout their future year "A sound mind in full description of an ,ffxriif I I I slioll stutc in this world. John Locke 4, lui". an FOGTBALL 'QQ Front: E. Emery, C. Doiron, T. Hall, Mr. Dole, Coach Burch, Mr. Turpeinen. First Row: N. Wilson, D. Murgatroy, D. P2II'iSCtl.1l, D. Doiron, B. Kanervu, VV. Davis, Co-Cz1pt.g I. Lee, Co-Capt., D. Lord, I. Hall, F. Bartlett, R. Descouteau, D. Cusick. Back Row: R. Twiss, B. Cote, I. Judd, B. Bartlett, P. Conroy, I. Mills, J. Quant, A. Gents-s, D. Emery, A. Demeis, P. Barton, A. Johnson, B. Hastings. :fo ,,.g.gg - .ui " '2?S53?Ef.l...i" . . . . ew, -Wi. W :fi tiki Win Davis Don Lord John Hall Bob Kanerva John Lee SCE E FROM A TYPICAL GAME FOOTBALL E 'iw , i , 'T 5+ 1'iA 8 if . The orange and black started off by losing a solid game with Lebanon 26-18. We beat Hartford by a rousing score of 26-0. One of their finest games was plaved when thev tied a T.S.V. championship Windsor team 8-8. A losing streak was met with brave hearts when Pinkerton and Hanover both defeated us 12-0. A 20-6 victory over St. john's ave the Tigers courage to face Mount St. Joseph's, Vermont Champions, when they fought an even battle for three quarters and then bowed gracefully to a 12-0 loss. The season was wound up when Towle tied Kennett 12-12 and lost to Stevens 14-6. Five Seniors will be lost from the orange and black upon graduation. Win Davis, john Lee, Bob Kanerva, john Hall, and Don Lord have contributed much in their last year here. They extend best wishes to the team for a successful season next year. Towle 18 Lebanon Towle 26 Hartford Towle 8 Windsor Towle 0 Pinkerton Towle 0 Hanover Towle 20 St. John's Towle 0 Mt. St. joseph's Towle 12 Kennett Towle 6 Stevens Won 2, Lost 5, Tied 2 31 .,k CROSS-COU TRY Us m Q P 'Q ' "' E4 " 9? n -P-'fl P ew 'P ll 9' -' P K' ,X lvffw. , .... From Left to Right: Co-captains: Phil Smet and Bruce Coggcslmll, VVurren Winter, Dennis Purnell, john Eastman, Roy Munstcrman, Peter Wcx, Bob WVl1itney. Back Row, Left to Right: Clifton Avery, Dave Hendrickson, john Kelly, Ray Currier, Steve Chase, and Coach Buinicky. W xc? k Q Q. x , . wwf ' ' 4 Phil Smet ,L mgazysgm IQ lu or lsnt he lads? 9595.2 ' ll Whdg gat? Bruce Coggenlmll 32 FIELD HOCKEY fx: ,W l . 5 I Pikf- A. Cwimlgmkiw. Co-Cnptglimg K. Rvm-V, V. Cintow sv rw- it nzlxlm-lrgll, B. Slllilll, C, KTRIVOII, S. l'wmn'l'. Xlm'riH, C. Diollv, S. Scllvwvrfl, Ryan, IDUIIUVHII, VI. Ilirwll, K. Imwis. N. hlusimki, C. Bl0!lIl1lli5i. SI" v 5? 5 - 7 g 'aff 1-nf 1- 4 nv 'S ff? xx " fvzmt, D. Lvv, C. Peck V. t, D. Snrg N. A ,y 4. Al't'IliK' fights to ulmluiu ilu- puck. Dmft lct thvm gm-t that goal! 33 BASKETBALL B COSTS VARSITY Left to Right: Coach Burch, D. Thibealt, W. Winter, D. Murgatroy, B. Rowell, F. Bartlett, A. Demeis, I. Judd, B. Cote, D. Cusick, P. Wex. 4 1 Swift action is shown at this Towle-Stevens game at the Towle Gym. Al- though the Tigers missed a tourney berth this year, they grabbed second place in the TSL League and compiled a 6-10 record in class M. SCHOOL SPIRIT rg, ef Front Row, Left to Right: R. Decoteau, D. Murgatroy, T. Buckly, E. Emery: R. Bowlan Back Row, Left to Right: Mr. Turpeinen, D. Cusick, D. Hendrickson, A. Centes Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle Towle VARSITY SCHEDULE TSL 4-4 Class M 6-10 All 6f13 Franklin Peterborough Hanover Alumni Stevens St. John's Woodstock Lebanon Hartford St. Mary's Stevens Woodstock Hartford Peterborough St. Mary's Lebanon Hanover Franklin SKIRTS ' Second Row, Left to Right: D. Sargeant, S. Coyette, G. Pevine, S. Benner, M. Onnela, N Iasinski, C. Zukauskas, R. Rego, M. Kelly. First Row: I. Gagne, I. Pike, Co-captaing C. Racicot, I. Sargeant, Co-captaing A. Coidakis. The coach and managers have Worked hard all season to keep up the spirit and equipment of the team. In spite of the poor season the girls are looking forward to more successes next year. Only three seniors will be lost this year. Left to Right: Mrs. Priscilla Buinicky, Coachg K. Rcney, C. Diotte, K. Lewis, Managers. 36 HOOPS 'x Mix 'f Q 4 . Lwft to Right: F. Johnson, D. Morrill, S. Bonner, D. Lee, M. Levasscur, M. Recd, M. Kelly, KI. 'I'C2lj.flIl', C. Zukuuskzis, C. Bloniguist, M. jokinen, B. Smith, S. Cloyette, D. Chartrund, A. Coiclukis. VARSITY SCHEDULE Towle 22 Alumnae 20 Towle 23 Stevens 56 Towle 35 Vilas 57 Towle 41 Hartford 29 Towle 20 Vilas 31 Towle 23 Hanover 42 Towle 30 Sunnpee T9 Towle 42 Stevens 55 Towle 32 New London 39 A smile won't dissuade her, Maureen. VVLITCTI those passes, Carol. Thafs the Vital point, Jackie 37 BUMPS A D BRUISES Left to Right: Coach Dole, I. Lee, L. Fowler, I. Kelly. Second Row: G. Dorion, B. Coggeshall, Co-Captain, J. Hall, W. Davis, D. Pariseau, R. Kanexva, Co-captain, D. Pumell. The ski team competes in meets with various schools around the state and those in the T.S.V. The events include downhill, slalom, cross country and jump- ing. The team will start rebuilding next year after the loss of live seniors from a corps of ten boys. There is plenty of promise, however, in five freshmen who have gained valuable experience this year. SCHEDULE Concord Concord New London Lebanon 8 TSV Class M 8 Teams New London Lebanon 'Bl 81 'C, New London KUA 38 3rd 7th 5th 2nd 2nd. 195 FIELD STARS 5-. cx 4 40 1 .. 1 N, ,Q 1 5 x J 45 ,Qi NV f' 'N Y .avi """if i 'Jeff' f 'in 152' if as -ni ' as '1 25 '. xx Wk ,Q-. Q. ls. , .ia 4- rf F ' y .J .. Q 'lL.1 11. .J wi .Wy - f - N.. . .', 'bo W- "er V N., r N' ,, -A . se. rj, , . i"17L-,wi-fm J ... gl N' il' 3 K ,U . , 5, '51 1.,.:i f 4 . 91 - v. I " 1 - 1 U", ,' I I A ' D 'X 5 l gl' ff if l D J'J.l.1. . l , v V 6 , -f uv Y 1 i M -' First Row, Left to Right: S. Economn, C, Coggeshall, L. Drew, L. Hayward, Co-captaing I. jasinski, Co-captain, I. Davis, ll. Sziflorcl, D. Cullum, Mr. Bninicky. Second Row: P. Smct, B. Lacroix, XV. Cote, J. Judd, B. Coggeshall, R. Kanervn, I. Kelly. Third Row: K. Maclntyrc, D. Pariscau, D. Lord, I. Hayward, R. LuPlante, R. Twiss, N. Wilson. J fl-Q Dun't get excited, hc'll make it! Do you think Jerry will throw it far enough? 39 ua-as 4 Q OFTBALL TIGERESSES First Row: S. Pevine, D. Ballou, D. Coyette, M. Scott, Mrs. Buinicky, Coach. Second Row: D. Morrill, D. Williams, R. Alexander, K. Dubreuil, B. Smith. Third Row: M. Iokinen, D. Perkins, M. Laber, K. Blomquist, D. Chartrand. Mig. if 'Q up On the way to the game, girls? You can beat them, kids! 40 1958 DIAMO D ME -.1 in u , e. 1 X 1 it 'N ' ffw ,f ICWLF. li " ! IJ ' I' 9 'A jf"'L- A x 1 Q.. 3 " ff First Row, Left to Right: A. Davis, W. Winter, F. Bartlett, R. Wentzell, A. Rozokat, I. Hall, P. MacIntosh, W. Peterson. Second Row: Conch Burch, D. Ellingwood, D. Pumell, C. Rich, J. Lee, R. LeDuc, A. Demeis, D. Quimby. SCHEDULE Towle 6 Stevens 12 Towle 3 Peterborough 4 Towle 9 St. Iohn's 12 Towle 4 Lebanon 5 Towle 9 Franklin 7 Towle 5 St. Mary's 0 Towle 9 Peterborough 3 Towle 4 Lebanon 1 Towle 8 St. Mary's 7 Towle 3 St. Iohnls 2 TOURNAMENT Quarter-finals Semi-Hnals Towle 15 Peterborough 7 Towle 2 Somersworth 3 41 ,ew TWIN STATE VALLEY ALL STAR TEAM Left to Right: I. Hall, Defensive Backg I. Judd, Defensive Tackleg W. Cote, Offensive Endg A. Gentes, Offensive Guard, F. Bartlett, Offensive Back, R. Twiss, Offensive Back. This year Towle put six members of their football team on the T.S.V. All Star Team. ALL STATE FOOTBALL Left to Right: A. Gentes, First Team Guardg J. Judd, Honorable Mentiong W. Cote, First Team End, W. Davis, I. Lee, F. Bartlett, R. Twiss, All Honorable Mention. Two players from Towle made the first team and live got honorable mention. X-Q A Q? L ULU 5, Nl XIQ fp .wr 'S.. xg...-I luis -Q3-' 1 , lv' St - -ff . G E N D lfvfusfnu Irv-'YN 'U-D ' 9' fou fn-vu -.,.'. YB'-1 Ein-O' iii!! l 'I 'nun-ll-awww ff Nvuuv-ww. 10. Clflll ,, ,. ...nn -rv its 540511 3335 ""l-1 mmm. ' La i X , i + I 1 Q Q aocfnnrbiufbi n Q.-nun-bv' , vnu- ssi Qu-4 I. ul P' Vw 0 'Q ' uullli M A L.q.- in s O ' 'p LW llgua Q rl-1 00 . ... , Q W Q30 W . -4 usnaoosnown-nee-Q like ll land ol 4--A . -.s14..v.,..... X111 K 'WH'-in-omg, ,WAX ye slmll flllil, for tllc would IS llclorc you gm, .xxx LOUIS ACHILLES Louie - "Is that so?" - helps at the garage - cheerful smile - ready, willing and able. Football 1. CWENDOLYN BARKER Gwen - "You'd better not!', - from Washington - skating as a pastime - sews. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Honor Roll 3, Committees 1, 2, 3. GRADU TES JUDITH ANDOSCA Ju - "What'd I do nowf, - sparkling ring Hnger - Carl Peanut's pal - has many sweaters - Oh, those eyes. Librarian 1, 25 Clee Club lg Softball 25 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 3, Hockey 1, 25 Majorette 3. , P'..""j,,,...' les Z ,,.. ,.,. lk , A Q k ' Q . J: Dj' ff 44 THOMAS BALLOU Tom - " ? " - curl on forehead - chews on blue plastic ball - Quiet?? - farm in Croydon. Baseball 1, 2. GRADUATE DAVID BENNETT Dave - "Naturally! Of course, hut on the other hand." - helping hand -better books - piano - pizza at Toni's - Bridge Club - St. Paul's. Honor Roll lg Committees 1, 2, 3, 4g Yearbook 4, Clec Club 2, 3, 4 Cacc.Jg Band 2, 3, 4g F.T.A. 4 ftn-ns.l. ETHEL BROOKS "Who me?" - hoys in Claremont - those notes in English - strawberry blond - gah in the coatroom. 6 ,lj 4 1 MAYDRA BLACKINCTON Suzie - "Oh, don't get shook."' - Croyclonite - homebocly - loves t.he clrivc-in - Tres petite. Honor Roll 2, 3, Committees - 1, 2, 3, 44 Spirit 3. ..--i1.....l S ,- A , .4 XM f X, -5 Q , '+--- .- BARBARA BROWN Barbie - "Tough! Good grief - I mean" - uncensing talk - flirting brown eyes - distinctive walk- NISEP? - raised eyebrow. Honor Roll 2, Committees 1, 2, 3, 49 Spirit 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Y lg Year- book 4, Clce Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Orange Key 3, 4, One Act Plays 3, Librarian 3, 4, Student Council 4, F.T.A. 4. MARTHA CAIN Marty - "Hi, Gert" - "Hi-e-e-e" - Energetic pixie - Throaty laugh - Morning after the game croak - Sugar Cain - Meaningful twinkle in eyes. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook 45 One Act Plays 35 Prize Speaking 35 Practice Teacher 35 Student Council 45 Softball 25 Cheer- ing 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Oflicer, Secretary 2, 3, 45 D.A.R. Citizenship Award 4. RADU TES MURIEL CHAMBERLAIN Muriel - "Is it funny or is it funny?" - Mirror - Those bright red shoes - Biggest line - Frequent visits to Claremont - Mark. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 One Act Plays 35 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 25 Cheering 3, 45 Sophomore Camival Queen 25 Basketball 15 'Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Carnival Queen Con- testant 4. PETER CLEMENTS Pete - "For cryin' out loud" - Har- vey the Half-wit line - five o'clock shadow - 24 West St., NISE - per- suasive tongue-cool trumpet . Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 3, 45 Band 15 Basketball 1. sw Eli 46 BRUCE COCGESHALL Bruce - 'Well, now" - "Ya don't know do ya?" - Snazzy dresser - Track hero - Handsome young man around town - St. Paul's. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook CCo-Edl 45 Glee Club 45 One Act Plays 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross-Country 2, 3, 45 CCo-Captain 415 Ski-team 3, 4, 1Co- Captain 415 Student Council, Treas- urer 3, President 45 Class Office-r, Treasurer 1. PHYLLIS CONROY Phlys - "Ya, Bye" - "Course" - Green-eyed vivacity - Quiet in voice onlyl - Sccn buzzing through the corridors. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Year- book 4g Office Assistant 2, Clee Club 1, 3, 43 Orange Key 3, 4, One Act Plays 3, Practice Teacher 3, Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 4, Hockey 2, Manager, Basketball 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 4, Secretary. GRADUATES 3, 74 Z" WIN FRED DAVIS Winnie - "Come on lets go!" - Football hero - Franklin weekend visitor - Hot Ford - Best sportsman award - Winning smile. Track 3, 4, Ski Team 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, fCo-Captain 41. I SANDRA DEVENCER Sandee - "That's the way it goes" - One of the commercial girls - A variety of clothes - Lennie's buddy. Clee Club 1, 2, 3, Office Girl 25 Li- brarian 4, Softball 1, Hockey 1, Yearbook 4, Spirit 1, 2, 39 One Act Plays 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 1, F.T.A. 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teacher 3. DAVID DELANEY Dave - Bouncing walk - Shiny black volkswagon - Frequent . trips to Watertown, Mass. -- Conquering hero lhunterl. Committees 2, 3. DOUGLAS ELLINGWOOD Doug - "All right you guys!" - Dons pal - Kelley's Drug Store - Wine, women, and dance. Prize Speaking 35 Basketball 25 Foot- ball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council, 2nd Vice-President 35 Honor Roll 35 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Clee Club 2, 3, 4. MARY WILLA FOWLER Mel - "Isn't that cunnin'P" - "You bet" - Gift for gab and laughter - Devilish schemer - tall blond. Honor Roll 1, 35 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook 4 fCo-Editorlg Orches- tra 15 Clee Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 15 Orange Key 3, 45 One Act Plays 35 Practice Teacher 35 Student Coun- cil 45 All-State Orchestra 3. GRADU TES Nr, iv! X get wil 48 WILLIAM EMERY Bill - "No, I don't know" - Unde- cided future - Fan clubs galore - Red 81 White - Better days are com- ing - Active M.Y. F'er. Committees 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 3. RONALD FOWLER Ron - "YehP" - Wilmot - Blue Ply- mouth - lots of homework - soda- holic - Red 8: White. Football 1, 25 Committees 3. RONALD GEBO GRADUATES Ron - "I haoen't seen it!" - Chem- 'N istry - Conscientious - ARP Committees 1 2 3 4 mv .5-f'l x ,. , x X- . DAVID COKEY Coke Expressive face - Kindness rsomfied A fnend in need is a nend lndeed Committees 2 3 DOROTHY GOKEY Dottie - "Oh, yea" - "F or crying out loud' - Life is just a bowl of cherries - flashing brown eyes - blushes. 49 CHARLES GOYETTE Chuck - "Hello, Beautiful" - "The meeting will now come to order" - Rock n Roll fan - Flattering ways - Ye ole car - Roving Romeo. Honor Roll 15 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 45 Boys' State 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 One Act Plays 1, 35 Prize Sineakinial Track 15 Base- ball 2, 35 Cass O cer, Treasurer 25 President 3, 4. JOHN HALL john - Flirt - Brown eyes - "WellP', - Ready argument - P. Ffer - Good right arm - Sports enthusiast. Committees 3, 4, Glee Club 4, One Act Plays 2, Prize Speaking 3, fFirst GRADU TES Meg? NANCY HARDINC Nan - "Good Dealv - Sweet Shop - Latchis Theater - Big laugh - Mus- cles - Blue-black hair. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Girl 1, 2, 3. Prizel, Ski Te-am 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. gf ' xx 0 I ' ' 1' J' i Y TO ...I X s MARLENE HEMINCWAY Maggie - "I don't known - Most Bashful - Six years of hard work in Home Ec. Committeesi2, 3. in CAROLYN HURD "Fudge,' - Library - Persevering - Genuine friend - Quiet humor - Bridge club. Glee Club lg Band 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 2, Yearbook 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 4. LINDA HURD Lyn - "Thanks - thanks a lot!" - Wonder why they call her dimples - A cute helper in the corner drug- store - Wee Three. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Hockey 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Majorette 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 3, Librarian 2, GRADU TES Girls' State 3, Spirit 1. -. , 7 Q. 4 f DAVID KIBBEY Dave - "Time is no matter" - Green Ford Truck - Hot rod - Reserved for the right one - Mechanic - Loves to sleep in class. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 'X of 11' ,J ,111 I 51 1111, .ww :im ws is li ii X ,W li il' ROBERT KANERVA Bob - "I aieen - St. Paul's - - riotous cur - Peculiar fondness for his ring - Hacker - Dark good looks - Innocent grin. Committees - 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Glee Club 1, 4, Band 1, One Act Plays 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Ski Team 3 4 ICO Captain 41, Football 2, JEAN LABER han - 'Toe gotta' write a letter!" - ind of her own - loves to ar e - Montana - David - Bridge Cf:-lb. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. GRADU TES WILLIAM LACROIX -Bill - "Well ah" - "I don't quite agreev - Dry humor - Practical jok- er - Level-headed - Dentist in '65 - Sally. Committees - 1, 2, 3, 4g Spirit 1, 3, Yearbook 4, One Act Plays 2, 3, Track 1, 3, Cross Country 4 fMan- agerl, Student Council lg Class Olli- cer Vice President 4. 'Milw- N. ff lgvgflx QI Ns Pins? L JOHN LEE John - "Who, me?" - Feigns inno- cence - Devilish grin - Prankster - Hidden talents - Sportsman. Committees 2, One Act Plays 3, Ski Team 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, fCo- Captain 4Jg Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. f q y L SARAH LEHR Sally - "Bill .says -" - Oh! - Absent minded - Charming laugh - Gifted voice - Lunches at 14 Walnut Street. Honor Roll 3, 45 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit 1, 3, Yearbook 4, Office As- sistant 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, One Act Plays 2, 3, Student Council 3, All State Chorus 3, 4. 52 REGINALD LAROCHE Re gie - Has own business - Loves to iance - Green Chevy - Dates at the library - Doesn't say much. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. CONSTAN CE LEWKO Connie - "O-o-ohI!" - "No, I told you sol" - Flirtatious - Loves those college men. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4g Yearbook 4, Girls' State 3, Oflice Girl 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Ig Orange Key 3 ,4g Class Oili- cer, Secretary 1, One Act Plays 2, 3, Prize Speaking 3 f2nd prizelg Cami- val Queen 3, Practice Teaching 34 Basketball 2 CManagerJ, F.T.A. 4. RADU TES 7 'L 725,-Nl-T' f il, X LJ! A DONALD LORD Don - "How about that?" - "You'd better believe it!" - A 6: P - Good dancer - White Henry I. - Class money keeper. - Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Committees 1, 2 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Glee Club 4, Band 1, 2, Track 3g Basketball 3 CMa.n- agerlg Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1st Vice President 4, Class Officer Vice- President 1, Treasurer 3, 4, Ski Team 4. STANLEY MICHAELSON Stan - "Aw Cowan" - "Well, I guess!" - Always has a word to say - Bridge Club - St. Paul's - Can't decide. One Act Plays 2, 35 Football 3, Hon- or Roll 1, 3. ln fab B f r ' ' wwf 'l 53 DONALD MOURADIAN Don - Flashy Dodge - Cathy - Cute grin - Always a handy cold - Weekends at the State Park. Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Class Oflicer, Vice President 3. RUSSELL MUZZEY Russ - "I overslepf' - Dark good looks - Windsor vacation - Bill's sidekick. Committees 1, Clee Club 1- Basket ball 4. GRAD TES MAUREEN ONNELA M Oh you know what I meanf Never on time - '57 green Ford con- vertible Life is too short to wor- ry Summer of '57 - Wee Three. Basketball 1 2, 3, 4, Committees 1 2 3 4 Hockey 1, 3, Clee Club 1, 3 Mavorette 1 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Cami: val Queen Contestant 3, Yearbook 4 CLAIRE OTIS Claire - Angel - "Oh golly" - peppy cheerleader - Such innocent eyes - A friendly smile for all - marriage - Bog - 1 of 5. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit 2, Tri- Hi-Y 1, Clee Club 1, 2, 3, Camival Queen Contestant 3, Librarian 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2, Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2, Cheering 3, 4. DOROTHY PERKINS Dottie - "That figures" - M.Y.F. Ideally intellectual - B.U. bound - Punctual - Math, math, math. Honor Roll 1 2 3 4' Committees 1 2, 3, 4, spirit 11 22 'Ilri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 31 Chaplain, Yearbook 4, Girls' State 3, Oitice Girl 1, Softball 2, 3, Manager, F.T.A. 4, President. SHARON PERRY Sherri - "Ain't too funny" - Muri- el's c um - Summer of '57 - Proxie - Smoke, smoke that cigarette - Porky - 1 of 5. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Ma- jorette 3, Cheerleader 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, Camival Queen Contestant 3: Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Practice Teacher 3g Librarian 2, 3, F.T.A. 4. CAROL RACICOT Carol - "I gotta go home" - Seen leading the maiorettes - Summer of '57 - Number please? - Wee Three - K.T.C. l Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 2, 3 4, spam 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi.Y lg Yearbook 4, Office Assistant 4g Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Maiorette 1, 2, Head Majorette 3, 4, One Act Plavs 2. 3, Carnival iiueen Contestant 3, Prac- tice Teac er 3g Librarian 1, 24 Hockey 1, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, RADU TES TN Ez? EEE!! Eli!! !!'il!5 l1lSF WI-'Xt 1 il 55 FRANK PITKIN Frank - Rogers Buddy - good old law class - Who says Women are al- ways talking? A.in't is in his dic- tionary . . . Honor Roll 1, 3. STANLEY RADFORD Stan - "Yau think so, boy!" -Who's the attraction across the street? - Ambling nature - T pical Yankee - Forever having trouble with his car - Converted from Stevens. Committees 2, 4, Track 3. GRADUATES CHARLES RICH Charlie - Quiet as a mouse - hunter - Archery fan - Is sure to get his point across. V177 fx Basketball 3, 4, Basebau 1, 2, 3, 3,45 gf - Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. OX 'Taz fi ,M KATHLEEN ROWELL Kathy - "Got your homework done?" - Pleasing smile - Seen but not heard - Sparkling ring finger - Studious - Croydon - Bob. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 1, 3,51 4, Office Girl 1, Glee Club 1, f E WW R6 'rl CATHERINE ROSSITER Cathy - "How's that grab ya?" - Don - Gabbin' downstairs. Spirit 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Librarian 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Camival, Queen Candi- date 3, Majorette 4. ALBERT ROZOKAT Bfuffy - "Fine, fine!" - Class flirt, and howl - -Red Ford Convertible - Riot at the N.E.S.P.A. conference - That certain Sophomore. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Cross Country 1, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Class Ollicer, Vice- President 2. I ACQUELINE SARGEANT GRADU TE Jackie - Book aylvonn - lliasketball tar - Perpetu gum c ewer - ,- iflodel student. ' .,.. Honor Roll 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4. J bfsfll' A141 . ebb, " 9-. DAVID SHACKETT Dave - Unintelligible mumbling - Bob's Sport Shop - Conniefs partner in Chem. Committees 2, 3, 4, Spirit 14 Year- book 4g Boys' State 3, Band 1, 2, 3. fl 71 SONIA SIREN -r Sonja - "So what!" - loyal P.F.er - natural blond curls - hidden wit last minute nzsh to Room 5. Honor Roll 3, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 President Yearbook 3, 4, Office Assistant 1 Glee Club 2 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4 Practice Teacl'xing'3, Basketball 1, 2 F.T.A. 4. S 5 5 S 57 PHILIP SMET Phil T- "Fiddle" - Zlludas Prielsltlf' E ouncm ee - rea y un - nen at the 'gClubH - Ohl Tgose red ears! Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Spirit 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Boys' State 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, One Act Plays 1, 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, 1Co- Captain 41, Student Council 1, 2, Class OfHcer, Preside-nt 1, 2. MAXINE SWEET Mikki - "Oh, for heavens sake" - Seen but not heard - blushing cheeks - Larry. Basketball 1, 25 Cheerleader 3, 45 Hockey 1, 25 Softball 1, 25 Yearbook 45 Librarian 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 2, 4. GRADUATES O 4 O O Q 0 ix! Nxgzgz, , X Q Ok - - 3 PATRICIA WHITNEY Pat - "Well, I don't know" - New Iersey accent - Thou htful - Quick sense of humor - A born devil. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Spirit 1, 2, 3, Assistant Editor 45 Yearbook 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Prize Speaking 3, f3rd placel5 One Act Plays 2, 3, Librarian 1, 25 Office Assistant 1, 25 Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. SANDRA WALLACE Peanut - "Eat, drink and be merry" - Tres feminine - Paul - January, 1960 - Oh! those English classes - Girl with many sweaters - 1 of 5. Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Clcc Club 1, 2, 35 Flag Twirler 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi- Y 15 Yearbook 45 Librarian 1, 2. ROGER WILLIAMS Rog - "Well I guess, tickle me and I'll laugh" - "Yeah" - Cowboy movies stag - hunts deer fdearl - Pink cheeks - Keeps time in English. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. f NOREEN WITHAM Noreen - "How 'bout that, sports fans" - Live wire - Clowning man- nerisms - Never a serious moment - Smoke gets in your eyes. Band 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Year- book 4, Committees 1, 2, 3, 44 Li- brarian 2, 3, 4. IOHN RECO Rego - Always got an answer - Ear to ear grin - Class clown - Ready and willing - "HH" Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook 4. GRAD ATES .Q is I ,fu r5" . 7 7 QT F 50 JEAN WOODARD Jeannie - "Heee" - Baby talk - Depressed moods - Hostess with the mostest - Varied wardrobe - Excite- ment plus. Honor Roll 1, 2, Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Sgirit 1, 2, 3, Assistant Editor 45 Year ook 3, 4, OfHce Girl 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 One Act Plays 1, 2, 3, Practice Teacher 3, Librarian 2, Student Council 4. , Kfiwvffoa. 5y??W?ffWWQf6g2f? 3? Q33 bpobla ' QQ gi' ug? if 0555? ggmfwwmwww QW WZWW 3 Egfbw Qgiiwv-M fkfL gvc5 Q ,Zi 'T io Qwfiffe SIT' kJf Q, 7' Gil aww R E , f A QWQWEM EX E32 J' Q19 WFDCMQ SW? Fil. Ng E325 aww My QMMYZM JKFGE pix ffk-QE' QQ My wmgxww QW um Q6-Q Jw- Roi? ol 535+-1 Xa? 1 - iv? BXQGMKQQ 777WL4Zmb 493 yy M QWWFWK MOST INTELLECTUAL NgEfX D. Perkins D. Bennett "Is that so? Well, what about those who can't?" BEST ALL AROUND CLASS FLIRT 1 L - ,2h. YW., Q T -,:Q,g-- X-i4gi'l?Zl1.iX K . .V 13 2 Q,- , , 'wk Q s M1 .fi M. Chamberlain A Rozekat Those eyes are really convincing! SUPERL TIVES P. Smet M. Cain Which way around to the end? MOST COURTEOUS CLASS COUPLE K. Rowell P. Smet "Won't you sit flown, Kathy?" B. Lacroix "Can you go to the movies with m Tonight, Sally?" BEST DRESSED MOST ATHLETIC B. Coggeshall S. Devenger "We agree. Good style makes a good picture.' MOST TALENTED D. Bennett S. Lehr Make music your way to happiness. BEST DANCERS C. Coyette C. Racicot Te that flu: Mpxir-:an Hai' Rnrtlc Carol and I. Sargent I. Lee "How do you like Jacky as your caddy, john?" SUPERLATIVES BIGGEST LINE M. Chamberlain P. Clements You sure catch beauties with that long line of yours, Pete! X11 MOST POPULAR CLASS CLOWNS M. Fowlor C. Coyettc Mary :incl Clmrlic- hnsily signing autographs. Getting tired? BEST LOOKING B. Kanerva C. Lewlco Stop prirnpingl Yon're lmeantifnl enough, Connie! MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ew - I. Rego N. Witham You guessed itl John and Noreen are at it again! SUPERLATIVES P. Conroy S. Micluu-lson Look :lt the elegant house Phyllis and Cu... km... nf-,...Qrn1l nn flu-ir uvnv fn M. Hemingway R. Williams Who 'ya hiding from kids? We wonit hurt you. IDEAL SE IOR -Q ,I7. " 2 1 f - x . , 1' ',1. 2 4' 1, . "' , 0 yay: L ITA. 1 4 11' 'I E. ,.',. TI- J .. ,. r,' 7 . f fi ,, fn' 4,25 1, ,V 1 I ff, xffl . Q it "1 Un UW , , 6 I .roi w J IDEAL SENIOR GIRL gf3."j ,3Q3j i 1' .5'Ef'l'-'.:3f' f Smile Jean Woodard ' llj.j31,',Z'1 ' A Hair Maxine Sweet Z Eyes Barbara Brown ll "," I in n Figure Sandra Wallace W V Q!! A X Legs Kathy Rossiter f 'in I o y Nose Nancy Harding :fly 0 I Y EN I . Complexion Sonja Siren Aix 'I' -- Dimples Linda Hurd ,V A' 3 Voice Carol Racicot ,,,f Arms Maureen Onella y Teeth Phyllis Conroy 7 1, Poise Pat Whitney I Blush Martha Cain y IDEAL SENIOR BOY Smile Bob Kanerva I l Hair Bruce Coggeshall K l I Eyes john Hall I Physique Peter Clements l I Legs Don Lord Nose Buffy Rozokat l l Complexion Roger Williams Dimples Bill Lacroix , l Voice Dave Gokey l Arms Winnie Davis Teeth Don Mouradian , N Poise John Lee M 5' i Blush Phil Smet M WITCHES IN MAY?!! Left to Right: D. humgwood, S. Michaelson, I. Woodard, C. Lewko, S. Siren, Mr. Ryan, Directorg M. Cain, M. Fowler, R. Kanerva, C. Coyette, P. Whitney, Absent. THE BROOM AND THE GROOM KURTZ GORDON Cast David Thompson ........ .............. ..... B 0 b Kanerva Alma Thompson .......... ....... C onnie Lewlco Aunt Rina Churchill ...... .......... J ean Woodard Mrs. Finnegan .......... ................... M arty Cain Frank Capwell ................. ....... S tanley Michaelson Cracc Capwcll ........................ .............. S onja Siren Air Force Lieutenant U! 5 ........ ...... D oug Ellingwood Sheila Hanson .................... ...... P at Whitney Kim Palmer ....... ......... M ary Fowler Eddie ................. .... ....... .............. .................... C h a r les Coyette "David Thompson, greatly disturbed because his young bride, Alma, pro- fesses to be a witch, challenges Alma to prove it. Alma, faced with an emergency for transportation, resorts to the broom, a wedding present from her Aunt Rina. Her flight is picked up by radar, and the Air Corps is alerted, to say nothing of the consternation at the Pentagon." The surprise ending that puts David's world back to normal will be an enjoyable memory. 65 . "5 ,S..,.z-' During our Sophomore and Junior years our class successfully operated a Hoe-Down. HOE-DOW Everyone worked hard under the competent direction of Connie Lewko. Our efforts were rewarded the first year with cold weather, but we didn't give up hope. Upon trying a sec- ond time we had a warm Spring night. The Class enjoyed themselves immensely in both the work and play. DAZE Q12 Phyllis lends a helping hand to Bob and Bruce in the setting-up process. To give a gala atmosphere to our work CZJ Pete and john announce events and broadcast music over the loud-speaker system. Among the many activities offered are the Q3j wheel of fortune, with Bruce and Mary displaying the home-made prizes, Q41 cotton candy, dis- pensed by Connie, C51 ponies, admired by Chuck and Mary, and CGD dart-throwing, with which Barby and Carol laughingly con- tend, giving prizes to those lucky enough to hit balloons. 1' M' , RX 4 1 r 1 1 X ' A A' .4 ,lf "fa 2 ,Jn 'K F? r, . My Y Seniors Let Tlfxei 2 ,Si ,TW ,W .g V P? 'Qi 4 M w l NV f V X F W. i1 , ju ,Ns lair' Down: ,, 1 f-rfivfbml -- ' n hm , ,z5,,,. t-vf "'9""f'4!.ei-.' , r,f1 1 ' H ,A . I 'l -' .bfi ' , -41 Q fy s N - .fx New 'S e L 'J Teachers of? fha Job 5 L M A -Q ,wlwT,3f,, X1 Q, ,. fQ.Q ,i - 2 - f. '4sfm:1m,..w - LVAWAL Q2V ' H ,ff - 'ff .V -'-,- 1 5: , il 5,-W, ,K ff -, f ,Q fi' " ' ' - 41? 14k-,..--,: M. bx. V l I 'f , H i 1" I IVMMLWW L34 Xiu N., XY 1Qf'Q'GmN!NX 3 95 Q 'Tiff ,- glf!! , ' 'V A V X s.x,x i "KS .ll 1 A i +L? SPONSCRS naaquunavunutu -.QQ 'l U ' ' -3? 44" ADVERTISING N1 A I5 e i Uniforms were made of material from DORR WQOLEN CCMPANY r 1 I JOHN R. KELLY Telephone 100 "The Best In Drug Store Service" Newport :: New Hampshire Compliments of PETERSON PLASTICS Pet Toys of N. H. WOODHULL'S PINES Guild Road Newport :: New Hampshire CABINS - TRAILER PARK BARRETT PRESS Central Street Newport :: New Hampshire SHOP-RITE SUPER MARKET NEWPORT - NEW HAMPSHIRE Telephone 499 Van Heusen Mac Gregor Shirts Sports Wear L. M. PERKINSON 15 MAIN STREET NEWPORT - NEW HAMPSHIRE Telephone 348-W "Distinctive clothing for men and boys." WHITNEY STUDIO 18 NORTH MAIN STREET - Distinctive Studio - HOWLANDS ChiIdren's and Ladies' Garments Dry Goods NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE 1913 1959 L. L. RANSOM 81 SON All House Furnishings STANLEY FORD SALES Your Friendly FORD Dealer Telephone 450 NEWPORT, NEW HAMPSHIRE "Compliments of your ASP Managers 8. 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Tel. 640 PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings - Copies Portrait and Animal Paintings from Ph North Main Street Body Shop GENERAL REPAIRING PAINT JOBS Dan Sweet, Proprietor 81 JOHN KVETCOVSKY Radio and Television Sales - Service TELEVISION Capehart General Electric Philco Sylvania Telephone 237-W Summer Street ' Newport, New Hampshire 82 To Graduates f X X. 9 M and other students . . .G Q cf E , Q 'Ei J "At school . . . at home . . . at your future place of employment . . . electricity is there making your life easier. l'm working for you REDDY KILOWAT1, twenty-four hours a day." Your Electric Servant PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY of New Hampshire GAUTHIER AND WOODARD, Inc. Insurance and Real Estate "Al" Gauthier, "Hurry" WVoodurd and "Hull Campbell Agency Established in 1872 83 ACKNOWLEDGEME TS The members of the 1959 TIGERAMA staff wish to express their gratitude to all those businessmen, parents, alumni, and friends who so willingly helped to make this publication possible. Without their aid and the photographic assistance of Mr. john Titchen of therCla1-emont Daily Eagle, Mr. Smith, 1959 TIGERAMA, Eve Spanos and Don Eggleston, photographers, our efforts might have been in vain. We extend to them all our deepest appreciation. Miss Elizabeth Mahoney Mr. Frank Farmer Miss Mary Rowell Charles Racicot Robin Doolan Guy Osgood Iackson's Ienney Service Station Roy Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bennett George Perkins George F. Smet Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Hall Mrs. Florence Devenger Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Soucy Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant Mrs. Roger Mclntire Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lacroix Mrs. Florence La Mothe Mr. and Mrs. Philip Conroy Wilfard Shackett Norman Zilch THE 1959 TIGERAMA STAFF Clinton Bartlett, Ir. Miss Donna Hurd S. A. Montgomery, D. C. Mrs. I. Siren Dr. and Mrs. A. 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