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Show Hide text for 1953 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1953 volume: “ Knoll ' Sa The KNOLL 1953 State Teachers College Lowell, Massachusetts DEDICATED to the MEMORY of GEORGE A. WALSH zJn V6wt r wM4 ea m o vZaSAacMutettds co tow STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT LOWELL Socrates once said, " If I could get to the highest place in Athens, I would lift my voice and say: ' What mean ye, fellow citizens, that ye turn every stone to scrape wealth together and take so little care of your children, to whom you must one day relinquish all? ' " The Class of 1953 has lived through many changes in gaining an education at Lowell. First of the larger classes in recent years, you have cooperated through many stringencies, have helped to orient a doubled faculty and a troubled new President, have borne with the rebuilding of an overcrowded plant, and have cheerfully grown in maturity and wisdom through it all. It has been said that no one can become a true teacher without learning the meaning of sacrifice. You have passed the test. You have done well in a Spartan era. We are proud that vou have learned so much; be humble that you know no more; remember that he who dares to teach must never cease to learn. My wish for all of you is that the chiselling hand of time through the years may do for you what the tools of Michelangelo did for the stone on which he worked and of which he once wrote: " The more the marble wastes, the more the Statue grows. " r Z £ )£. o ( In searching for a leit motif that distinguishes the Class of 1953, the word originality inescapably comes to mind. Since the early days of the 1949-1950 academic year, an attitude of conformity has given way to an attitude of self- assertion. It is time to evaluate both the self that has been asserted, and the concept of originality that has been the concurrent theme of our group. Petrarch once said that " Everyone has not only in his countenance and gesture, but also in his voice and language something peculiarly his own, which it is both easier and wiser to cultivate and correct than it is to alter. " Our group has certainly been bent on cultivating the self. But a look into the quality of that cultivation will reveal an initial exercise of license gradually giving way to an acceptance of responsibility. Gradually, too, have we seen a loss of standards being replaced by a set of standards that have started us on the way toward a realization of what is universally human. If Babbitt is correct when he says, " Genuine originality, however, is a hardy growth, " then we have met the beginning of the test of a valuable originality. During our growth we have learned that genuine originality imposes upon us the difficult task of achieving work that is of " general human truth and at the same time intensely individual. " Such a task involves among other things the creative use of our cultural heritage, a realization that the most original man comes into the world with a predecessor. As we approach graduation, we have become " mankind-thinking " . . . we have learned through self-knowledge comes self-realization; through that a good life can be achieved. But we have learned too that a good life is realized among mankind with the help of all . . . and we have kept in mind and will continue to do so that the aim of the good man and the good teacher, the original teacher, is to liberate the young from ignorance, prejudice, foolishness, and the like. We shall strive to continue in our original way to help youngsters attain their originality. Has it been only a year? ... it seems more like the experience of a lifetime. Do you remember those first few weeks? You must have been surprised to find me " professing " in so many classes. With your help and cooperation we ' ve managed the social calendar and even stayed within the budget. It has been heartening to find the L.T.C. spirit " greater and better " than when I first sensed it. I ' ve enjoyed every minute I ' ve worked with you. Leading, as seniors well might, you have made this past year a very pleasant one. Your leadership is your legacy to L.T.C. We hold it in trust, so that when you return you may find your Alma Mater ever " greater and better. " Come to see us often. % OUaJ £■ % S ciAjun oJ s A i , ' ' f ■ ' J V V 7 J LT Y A h £ fr-Ov ' Jr K. r fcfte li. CLASS HISTORY t Mg£ s m w 10 mr y, .- •-. ! - Ma ' ' WV -• ' - " S " 1 »«■ ' i ' i I K I .i ' h H MU - THE GREEN YEARS (The following is to be the humble record of the adventurous Class of 1953, through its four years of arduous ?? labor. ) FRESHMAN YEAR-CTHE AGE OF INNOCENCE) In September, 1949, the class of ' 53 made its debut— 133 strong; the largest class to be en- rolled in the history of Lowell State Teachers College. The portals of L. T. C. opened wide to welcome us, a group of timid Freshmen, into its bold newness. How meek and green we were in those days! Remember how self-conscious we were when called upon to speak— how awe stricken when spoken to? What feeble excuses were made! How seldom we ventured to ques- tion; how often to stare! ! Never will we forget the week of initiation— that week in which we officially became mem- bers of the Freshman Class! Remember the " welcome " our " big brothers and sisters " of the Junior Class gave us? What spectacles we were— the girls wearing cotton skirts upside down and inside out, men ' s sneakers, and lamp shades for hats— the boys adorned with nightgowns and high-heels! The Juniors raised havoc and preyed on us at every chance . . . But as the months passed, the name " Frosh " was used less frequently as we gained confidence in ourselves with the faithful guidance of our faculty and the assistance of our " big brothers and sisters " as well as other classmates; studies became routine and we began to feel at home at L. T. C. Our Advisor " Mississippi Memories " To facilitate the operation of class functions, we elected Professor Julian Roberts as our class advisor for four years; Jerry Richardson as President; Jesse Peterson, Vice President (these boys later to be inducted into the service); Nina Lee, Secretary; and Clara Fuschetti as Treasurer. Under their leadership our Freshman Year progressed with tranquility. The coming of the Christmas season brought with it our first dance— the first social event attempted by the class. This gala " Holly Hop, " into which went elaborate preparation, was well worth the effort. All present had a splendid time. Then came our talent night entitled " Ama- teur Antics, " bringing with it a new world of joy and pride. We watched our classmates do their bit, and very well too, in a fantasy entitled " Mississippi Memories. " It was then that we realized that talent was in our midst. The show was a superb hit and a credit to all those who strove to put it over. We achieved the crowning glory that night when awarded the trophv for putting on the best performance of all the classes. That evening will never be forgotten. In early spring, a brilliant presentation of the " Creation, " an oratorio, was performed bv the Glee Club, including all students of the college, under the able direction of Professor Cvrus Thompson. And so it continued; manv activities accom- plished, manv more to begin— each dav helping us to gain more confidence until we felt justified in replacing our former humilitv with an ever- swelling pride. 13 It was worth it! The first year was now almost completed and we were justly proud of ourselves for accom- plishing the first mile of our long journey. With our thoughts turned toward vacation, we ad- journed school, looking forward to our Sopho- more Year. SOPHOMORE YEAR (THE AGE OF SOPHISTICATION) Behold Sophomores now! Back at L. T. C. once again, we now strolled around with an air of confidence, sure of our steps and certain of our destination. We were now full-fledged Collegians. In fact, we quite well filled the definition of " Sophomores " or, ' wise fools. ' Many times we had to be reminded that, although we were not the babies of the College any longer, we were not the upper classmen either. Our second year was a year of surveys and revisions. Many of us recall the days, that we subjected ourselves to the Sophomore National Examinations; the retirement of our beloved President, Dr. James Dugan; the very able but temporary replacement by Professor Gourville; and the installment of our new President, Dr. Daniel O ' Leary. Part-time job. 14 And too, in our memories is the untimely death of one of our beloved classmates, George Walsh, whose memory will forever linger and in whose honor was established the George Walsh Memorial Scholarship Fund for deserv- ing students. Realizing our responsibilities, we turned to the election of our class officers. They were: President, Barbara Meagher; Vice President, Rosemary O ' Connor; Secretary, Elizabeth Gan- non; and Treasurer, Jean Curtis. One of our major responsibilities was our par- ticipation in the Investiture Ceremony for the Senior Class. How proud we were in assisting these upper classmen to don their academic robes— their big step toward their goal. The picture they made in their caps and gowns and the brilliant ceremony they engaged in, left a great impression. Class of ' 73. In early February, we conducted the Sopho- more Dance. Enlisting the services of The Four Clubs as our orchestra, we were endowed with an evening of lavish entertainment which was enjoyed by all. Once again came the time for our " Amateur Antics " show and with it the revelation of our " great talent. " Entitled " Manhattan Magic, " it was under very able direction. Once again we won plaudits for the best performance. And how could we ever forget the " Mystery Ride " we Sophomores engaged in? Oh! What a gala evening it was— not only in searching for the ' " Y " Camp, but indulging in those famous " Faculty Meeting " impersonations. Early spring brought with it the Glee Club presentation of the " Stabat Mater, " witnessed by an enthusiastic crowd. And all I need is 9,857,543 points!! And so with Class Day exercises, we bid fare- well to our Sophomore Year. JUNIOR YEAR (THE AGE OF REVIVAL) Taking on the role of big sisters and brothers to the new Freshman Class, highlighted our first week as Juniors, with the traditional " Hor- ror Party " as a finale, to cement relations. We soon gave our charges to understand, however, that we were chiefly professional people, and took the Oath of Allegiance as proof. Yes, " the honeymoon was over, " and we had come to the parting of the ways, as half of our class settled down to Methods Courses and more Methods Courses. The remainder of us could not help but admire these girls for their courage, as we knew that soon we would all embark on our journey into Student Teaching. Our third season marked not only the intro- duction of the new class, but that of nine pro- fessors, all of whom were welcomed with open arms and a surge of student activities that must have been startling. Fall sports were culminated by an excellent Playday, and it was the A. A. Board ' s privilege, also, to sponsor the first social event of the year— " The Turkey Hop. " March 17th, man!! BB(Hf fJ ' t jl 1 SiJ Our newly-appointed President was spend- ing his first full year in office and because of this, we were able to invite him to his first Junior Prom at the College. How could we ever forget the success of that delightful December 26th that had us all aglow from mid-afternoon until the inevitable " Wee Hours " ? Our only regret on this near-perfect occasion was the absence of some of our male members, for it was at that time that Uncle Sam saw fit to take them into his service. The old saving " Out of sight, out of mind " could not be applied in that case, for our boys were with us in spirit, at the parties before and after the dance and the dinner at the Hotel Touraine. As we well remember, the Junior year brought many other changes into our lives— among them the diamonds received by four " wedding belles " (three classmates and one faculty member an- " Sophie " -sticated. nounced their engagement). Also at this time, administrative positions were seeing changes; the College was nationally accredited, and impres- sive ground-breaking ceremonies were held for our long awaited building addition. We were surely witnessing the growth of our L.T.C. only to wish that we could be among future students to share in the forthcoming facilities. The Campus Star shone brightly that year by copping Third Prize honors at the National Columbia Scholastic Press Association in New- York City. The School and Society League con- tributed greatly to the success of the school year by sponsoring the all-college " Tulip Time " for- mal, with the mood being set by the Holland- like decorations, and the superb accomplishment of our own Bob Bachelder ' s orchestra. e scored another social hit with the A. A. Banquet. 15 Much of the school year was dominated by the talent found in the music department, as strains of great music poured forth from the various practice rooms. This effort was certainly worthwhile, as both " The Messiah " (performed for the George Walsh Memorial Fund), and " The Elijah " were well presented. The fulfillment of many hopes was accom- plished as the M. S. A. prospered and grew particularly in basketball prowess, and as L.T.I, and L.T.C. joined forces to form a Newman Club. Textilites also played host to us that year for an evening of blind-date dither at their school. Even a possible change in the curriculum was considered as a great number of our girls showed scholastic ability in the handling of knitting needles. The course was not entered Over the river . . . to grand-mother ' s house?? as a new Major, but if it had, classes surely would have been conducted in the smoker. The year came to a close with Class Day, and our final informal get-together. The Senior Class came out on top with step-singing, as we all promised that some day our musical ability as a group would come shining through. We left for vacation that night with mixed feelings of melancholy, that we were closing another door on our college career, and of grate- fulness, that we had spent such a full and suc- cessful year. SENIOR YEAR Our Senior year began in September and ushered in new class officers who were to lead us thru the final chapter of our college life. They were Barbara Meagher, Peggy Knox, Betty Gannon, Mildred Carlen, Vera Desau l- It ' s a bird! It ' s a plane! It ' s Woody!! nier, and Jean Vayo. We waved goodbye to our other section as they donned teacher shoes and basic suits to begin their student teaching assign- ments until January. Of course we all were present at the Investiture ceremonies when we legally attained the right to proudly wear our caps and gowns. How can we forget the wonderful reception held afterwards when we talked and socialized with parents, students, and faculty, including three new members, Pro- fessors Kansanniva, Drinan, and Caliri. We also congratulated Director Gourville on her new position as Director of Training and Prof. Roberts as a new Dean. The month of December brought forth much excitement as we planned the traditional Christmas program and looked forward to the " Jingle Bell Ball, " our Senior dance. We danced to the music of Al Taterounis and marveled at the performance of our talented singing duo. nicely dressed in pajamas, doing their rendition of " I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus. " In January our Seniors returned from stu- dent teaching to the " fold, " and they certainly took little time in acquainting themselves again Have you brought your money for patrons? r 16 with kneesox and whitebucks. L.T.C. was, at this time, in the process of having its " face lifted " while being fireproofed. Our cafeteria graduated from the basement floor to Room 105 and we now enjoyed, along with our sandwiches, the musical ability of various students. This month also saw the presentation of the first play at Lowell Teachers College by the Drama Club, created this year by Prof. Kansanniva. The title of the play was " The Night of January 16th " which was the story of a trial. Our verdict was filed as " Excellent " for the entire performance. Along about this time we were quite busy getting set for " Purdy, " dressing for interviews, and anxiously anticipating contracts. The Spaghetti Supper, put on by the Jr. class and cooked by head-chef Prof. Procopio, was very delicious and the entertainment which followed was almost equal to a Broadway production. L . « Bkn i w " " " C Mmb lig r f i Go, go, go!! Soon many of us were preparing to get ready for the yearly mountain trip and the stay at Russells Lodge in North Conway. How can we ever forget the red flannels, the ever popular twin racoon coats, and the numerous ski P.j. ' s. In February, Lowell Teachers College made the headlines as near tragedy struck our col- lege. Fire broke out as sparks ignited a closet on the basement floor. But First Aid knowledge plus calm, sensible thinking prevented disaster. Next came the problem of where L.T.C.-ites could continue going to classes and our " friends across the river " generously offered us their new- est building for classroom purposes. The tunnels, going here, going there, ping-pong. Lounge activity, R.O.T.C. drills, machinery, and new male faces all added up to cluttered confusion as we proceeded thru our first week in our V L ST Brownies. new home. By degrees, we began to settle down and take everything in our stride as we became slowly accustomed to the Paper and Leather Building. None of us -will ever forget the fun and laughs enjoyed by all during that well-planned Senior Week. Of course, we all hated to see such good times come to an end but graduation loomed ahead of us and preparations were made. Finally we realized that graduation had ar- rived much quicker than we had expected. We felt quite proud as we received our hard-earned sheep-skins and felt rather sad and happy at the same time to have reached our goal. A wonderful four years came to a climax with our attendance at the Senior Prom. Beau- tiful gowns, wonderful music, and a marvelous evening enjoyed among those many friends we had made since our entrance to L.T.C. We were now graduated, and with contracts in hand or great expectations we closed the last chapter of our college life, and looked anxiously forward to the future which was now awaiting us. Ground-Breaking Ceremonies. 17 WM wm SENIORS it -M l 18 " Till i nuaf CLASS BARBARA MEAGHER Elem. Ed. Great qualities of leadership . . . deep class loyalty . . . " and away we go " . . . Charm and grace . . . " General Francis " . . . European as- pirations. Activities— S.S.L. 2, 3, 4; Class Officer, Presi- dent 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2. MARGARET KNOX Elem. Ed. " Peggy " . . . " P.J. " . . . class poet . . . Are the tennis nets up? . . . sparkling smile ... " I love parties " . . . Connecticut bound. Activities— W.A. A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 3; Knoll Staff 4; Drama Club 4; Glee Cub 1, 2; Class Officer, Vice-President 4. r 20 ELIZABETH GANNON Elem. Ed. " Betty " . . . has a weakness for redheads . . . " Funny! " ... efficient secretary . . . " How nervous are you? " . . . eyes of blue— true blue. Activities— W. A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 3, 4; Section Sec- retary 1; C.S.P.A. Conference Delegate 2; Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; N.E.S. Conference Delegate 3; Knoll Photography Editor. MILDRED CARLEN Elem. Ed. " Millie " . . . running to the bank . . . crazv about someone called " Line " . . . fun to have around . . . she thinks. Activities-W.A.A. Board 2, 3; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 4. 21 CAROLYN BAKER Elem. Ed. Remember the Biltmore? . . . great faith in human nature . . . never gives up an opportunity for a good time . . . appreciative of talent. Activities— Campus Star 2, 3; W.A.A. Award 1; Newman Club 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Section Secretary 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. HoT£U © 1 VTfM OR 22 PHILIP ANZALDI Music Ed. Gift of gab . . . sports enthusiast . . . scarlet shirts and unique vests . . . concession at Cano- bie Lake Park . . . Hindemith disciple. Activities— Major: Trombone; Men ' s A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A. A. Sec. 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4; Men ' s Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSE BALLATO Elem. Ed. American Airlines . . . magic in her knitting needles . . . " Come to my house " . . . surplus of evening gowns . . . " W. P. " . . . my sister, said, did, went . . . One of the G.G. ' s. Activities— W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2. CLAIRE BELYEA Elem. Ed. Excels in sports . . . thoughtful . . . " Have you seen Bob? " ... a craving for turkey . . ' carrot- top . . . easy, pleasing manner . . . good listener. Activities-W.A.A. Board 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2; W.A.A. delegate to Fitchburg Conference 3. MILLOUISE BARRETT Elem. Ed. Trips to the water bubbler . . . sophistication in black velvet . . . drama enthusiast . . . charming smile ... a sincere, warmhearted person. Ac-nvrriES-Campus Star 2, 3; Drama Club 4; Newman Club 4; W.A.A. Board 3; W.A.A. Awards 1; Glee Club 1, 2. CARL BOCHMAN Music Ed. " Bockey " . . . Unity, simplicity and . . . daddy . . . night-club engagements . . " Oh, veah? " . . . " this is a drag. " AcTrvrriES-Major; Percussion; A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; A. A. Vice-Pres. 2; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 M.E.N.C. Vice-Pres 4; Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice Pres. of Junior Class. y m 23 MARIE CAWLEY Elem. Ed. Gift of gab . . . " Marie, I dropped a stitch. " . . . square dances in Harvard ' s " Mem " Hall . . . belongs to the knitting brigade. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Newman Club 3, 4. » 24 RICHARD BOWDEN Music Ed. " Dick " . . . " Anybody need an original? " . . . classroom impetuosity . . . " Have you seen Janet? " gadfly of senior music . . . Bowden ' s Taxi Service. Activities— Major: Trumpet; Campus Star 1; Class Officer 3; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. MARGARET CONNORS Elem. Ed. " Peggy " . . . Miss Effervescence . . . Russ, Radar, and Radio . . . has situation under control . . . one of the G.G. ' s . . . Rye Beach . . . Hegel ' s grand-daughter. Activities— Campus Star 1, 2, 3, Social Editor 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; S.S.L. Asst. Pub- licity Chairman 2, Publicity Chairman 3; New- man Club 3, 4; Torch Revision Committee Sect. 4. HELEN CONSIDINE Bern. Ed. Distinctive flair for oriental art . . . " the bestest yearbook " . . . unequaled in archery skill . . . assorted barretts . . . " Hon, there ' s a Knoll meet- ing 3rd hour. " Activities-W.A.A. Board 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 2, Asst. Edi- tor 3; Knoll Editor; Drama Club 4; C.S.P.A. Conference Delegate 2. ANTHONY CONSENTINO Music Ed. " Tony " . . . quiet, capable guy . . . Galileo of L.T.C. . . " Any gym today? " . . . tremendous powers of concentration and organization. Activities— Major: Clarinet; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 2, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Woodwind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3,4. + ISABEL COUGHLIN Music Ed. " Poodie " . . . coffee conversations . . . Schuman- Heink . . . 51-gauge sheer philosophy . . . Hudnut ' s " Lighter Brighter " new heights in First Aid. Activities— Major: Voice; Knoll Literary Ed.; Campus Star Ed. 3; S.S.L. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4; Conferences C.S.P.A. 1,3. 25 JEAN CURTIS Elem. Ed. " King George died " . . . effervescent, efficient, enthusiastic . . . North Hampton . . . voluminous notes . . . one of the G.G. ' s . . . Willie . . . " California, Here I Come. " Activities— S.S.L. Secretary 4; Class Officer, Treasurer 2; Newman Club 3, 4; Section Secre- tary 1; W.A.A. Awards, 1, 2; N.E.T.P.A. dele- gate 4; Eastern States Conference delegate 4. 26 ANNE CULLEN Elem. Ed. " Annabelle " . . . smooth charm . . . dependable, reserved, and sincere . . . " Hurry or Emma will kill us! " . . . fancy free. Activities— Campus Star 1; Newman Club 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1. Wmmttm jum s GrfL 4- PATRICIA DALY Elem. Ed. " Pat " . . . likes her laughs . . . Second Assistant to the Dean . . . " Oh-h-h- No!! " . . . blouse collector . . . scarlet blushes. Activities— Campus Star Sports Editor 4; New- man Club 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4. VERONICA DESAULNIER Elem. Ed. " Vera " . . . dramatic personality . . . avid sports- man . . . that smile ... of clothes and chauffer- ing fame ... " I have an announcement to make " . . . always on the go. Activities— Drama Club 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; W.AA. Board 2; Glee Club 1, 2; New- man Club 4; Class Librarian 4. FREDERICK DARGIE Music Ed. " Let ' s face it, Dargie makes it " . . . giddy fe- males . . . universal skeptic . . Schnitzlebank at the Bartlett School ... a seat in the stock exchange. Activities— Major: Trumpet; A.A. Sec. 2; Knoll Assistant Editor in Chief; M.E.N.C. 1. 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. PAULINE DESROCHERS Elem. Ed. " Alooooo " . . . one of our pianists . . . Let ' s live dangerously . . . infectious laugh . . . Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue . . . One of the G.G. ' s . . . Miss Articulate. Activities— Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 27 ANNE DOYLE Elem. Ed. Tall raven haired beauty . . . has definite " out- side interests " . . . composure . . . another " con- vertible " commuter . . . " Play it cool ' ! Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club 4. ?© 28 ANNE DEURELL Elem. Ed. Quiet and unassuming . . . ever faithful to the Boston Maine . . . " Could I practice traction on you ■? " collects A ' s on her record. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2. Elem. Ed. ood work during DORIS DUFFY " The Ice Cream Man Amateur Antics . . . dances. Activities— W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2. affinity for Greek folk MADELINE FIELDING Elem. Ed. An attraction for the dramatic . . . " Where shall I spend the night? " . . . silver jewelry . . . chauf- feur par excellant of the maroon " Studie. " Activities— Campus Star 1, 2, Literary Editor 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Play Cast 4. K v l« V ANNA FERRANTE Elem. Ed. Spaghetti dinner . . . Swampscott . . . Sociology spark . . . " Let ' s go to Providence. " . . . appealing voice . . . " Once In a While " . . . convertible cars and a stinkin ' Lincoln . . . one of the G.G. ' s. AcTiviTiES-Glee Club 1, 2; W.A.A. Awards 1,2. ELLEN FINNEGAN Elem. Ed. Navy mainstay . . . long-stemmed American beauty . . . loves rain, the color red, and her Delta Kappa Phi pin . . . " Shoot, mother! " . . . good conversationalist . . . one of the G.G. ' s. Activities— Campus Star 1. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Board 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1. 2. 3. 4; New- man Cub 3, 4. 29 BARBARA GALVIN Elem. Ed. " Hi, kids " . . . " Viv and I " . . . aways a shoulder bag . . . third from left in back of room . . . Hit Parade critic . . . My Billy . . . casual stride . . . " After You ' re Gone. " Activities— S.S.L. 3; Knoll Staff, Asst. Pho- tography Editor. h ori«s ore bitfei- " tta« ever] CLARA FUSCHETTI Elem. Ed. " Gretch " . . . always willing to help . . . conta- gious giggle . . . " Roger " . . . vitality at its height . . . pride of the AA. . . . " see you ' round cam- pus " . . . clever joking. Activities-S.S.L. 4; W.A.A. Board 2, 3, Pres. 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Knoll Staff, Women ' s Sports Editor; Class Treasurer 1 ; Dele- gate to W.S.A. Conference, Bridgewater. LAWRENCE GILGUN Music Ed. Political expert . . . " Lolly " . . . " Stop throwing your weight around " . „ . George Shearing of recital hall ... " Goof! " Activities— Major: Piano; Knoll, Music Editor; Newman Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E. N.C. 4; M.S.A. Treasurer 3, 4. ' CHARLES GREENE Elem. Ed. " Chuck " . . . proud father . . . " Get those Cam- pus Star assignments in " . . . never-ending chat- ter .. . " Let ' s have more people at the basketball games. " Activities— Co-editor, Campus Star 4, Sports Editor 3, 4; Knoll Staff, Men ' s Sports Editor; S.S.L. 4; M.S.A. 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 4; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY GOULD Elem. Ed. " Po " . . . L Street housemother . . . midget auto races up Route 3 . . . favorite outfit, gymsuit . . . unforgettable sincerity . . . educated thumb . . . vitality. Activities— W. A. A. Board 4; Athletic Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4. x.a T .JL. V KZr MARION GUERIN Elem. Ed. Expressive eyes . . . famed giggles . . . " Jack " . . . perfectionist . . . voguish stvle . . . enthusiastic . . . headed for the altar . . . busv. busy. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; W.A.A. Awards 1; Campus Star Soph. Rep. 31 PAUL HAUSER Music Ed. The haircut for investiture . . . Helen ' s . . . " My car broke down, am I late? ... " Newton High. AcTiviTiES-Major: Clarinet; M.E.N.C. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Woodwind Ensemble 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. 32 ELAINE GUSTAVSON Elem Ed. " Gus " . . . our multi-colored blonde ... 10 minute breaks . . . habitat— last booth in Dunfeys . . . Government Issue in Japan . . . sparkling Swedish personality. Activities— W.A.A. Award 1; Newman Club 4. FRANK HAYWARD Music Ed. " I Love Life " . . . Plato ' s Dialogues . . . naive . . . corny jokes . . . les femmes . . . bizarre milk bottle . . . Black Hawk Waltz. AcTivrnES-Major: Voice; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. v %, ' MARY KEANEY Elem. Ed. Intelligence . . . proud license bearer . . . quiet and unassuming . . . ever agreeable ... a favor- ite student teacher. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Newman Club 3. CHARLOTTE HUTTON Elem. Ed. " Teddie " . . . loves her farm town despite others teasing . . . haunts art museums . . . delights in attacking modern artists . . . thinks toward hap- piness. Activities— Campus Star 4; Knoll Staff, Assist- ant Art Editor; Newman Club 3, 4; S.S.L., Vice-President. HELEN KENNEDY Elem. Ed. Capable little one . . . " I ' ve got mv toothbrush, let ' s go! " . . . bright eves . . . Vocalize? . . . " Why, yes! " Activities— W. A. A. Awards 1, 2; Newman Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Drama Club 4. 33 PAUL KINIKLIS Elem. Ed. Deceivingly quiet . . . that dry wit! . . . seen driv- ing the " Blue Bomber " with his favorite co-pilot . . . likes to sleep and drag on his pipe. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2. I 34 JOAN KENNEY Elem. Ed. Our favorite soda dispenser at Glennies . . . " I ' ve got to get home early " . . . faithful to the navy blue (why, Freddie, of course!) . . . " You must see my land! " Activities— WAA. Award I; Newman Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club 4. - £OJLO U l U ARPINA KLUDJIAN Elem. Ed. " Arpy " . . . the sweetness of youth subtly com- bined with the sagacity of age ... " I can ' t bear it! " . . . " honestly, kids, you ' re so juvenile! " Activities— Glee Club 1, 2. 9 6 ELECTRA ' KOMINIS Beta. Ed. " Letti " . . . sincerity and charm topped off with beautiful auburn tresses . . . " OK, knock it off! " . . . " huh? " AcTivmES-Glee Club 1, 2; W.A.A. Award 1. C0L«Wter FREDERICK KOEK Music Ed. " Let ' s recapitulate " . . . old Chrysler . . . lovely wile . . . " Klangfarbe " . . . " Anybody want any music? " ... go West, young man. AcTivniES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. JOAN LACASSE Music Ed. Purdy ' s favorite model . . . " How manv points do I need? " . . . lovely smile . . . hockey major . . . " Are you going to the mountains? " Activities— Major: Piano; W.A.A. Board 3. 4: W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. 35 CONSTANCE LANSEIGNE Elem. Ed. " Connie " . . . " Repeat after me, Scouts " . . . Available— an expert victim for traction, has one leg longer than other . . . " Let ' s ski the hard way, backward. " Activities— Newman Club 3, 4; Drama Club 4; WAA. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Committee Representative 3; W.AA. Board Senior Repre- sentative. 36 LUCILLE LAMBERT Music Ed. " When I was at Somerville High " . . . petiteness . . . Warren . . . hope chest . . . camping enthu- siast . . . French impressionists. AcTiviTiES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. HMMMnWHMH| HnMHBHH||H NANCY LEARY Elem. Ed. Mother advisor to the " Flitting Five " . . . brown- eyed beauty . . . our " ten " . . . " How many days till Hampton? " . . . remembered for her sense of humor. Activities— Newman Club 3, 4. NINA LEE Elem. Ed. Tears at Step Singing . . . The Green Years . . . " Can ' t we change that, Class??? " . . . eyes that smile . . . " Fool, Fool, Fool. " Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Class Officer, Sec- retary 1, Knoll Staff 4. FRANCES LECAM Elem. Ed. " Franny " . . . agreeable . . . quiet, reserved man- ner . . . unusual laugh . . . knitted suit . . . enjoys herself . . . always dependable. Activities— Newman Club 3, 4; Drama Club 4; W.A.A. Award I; Glee Club 1, 2. % -J LODDY LEITER Elem. Ed. " Something is different— Hair! That ' s it " . . . " My Lady Loves to Dance " . . . kinda go for that . . . ladv in black . . . shining golden bangs. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2. 37 edson Mackenzie Ekm. Ed. " Mac " ... sea stories . . . afternoon seances during beachweek . . . good kid. Activities— S.S.L. Traffic Chairman 3; Lecture Committee 3. 38 ELIZABETH MacDONALD Ekm. Ed. " Betty " . . . Bobby sox . . . adopted member of the Junior Class . . . sweet and very likeable. CYNTHIA MALIN Elem. Ed. Another member of the knitting brigade . . . cherishes her spare time ... of the satin skin . . . has very definite opinions. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2. ELSA MARTINSON Elem. Ed. Someone lovely . . . " Sven says " . . . the Over- Five-Seven Shop . . . neat, capable, amiable Swede . . . Sonja . . . " there ' s a meeting today. " Activities-S.S.L. 2, 3, Pres. 4; W.A.A. Award 1,2, 3, 4; Campus Star 2, 3; Conferences: N.E. T.P.A. 3, 4; Eastern States 2, 3, 4. MARY MANNING Elem. Ed. Peck and Peck ensemble ... " I have to take Mary Ann to dancing school! " . . . professional, philosophical (Aristotelian-Thomistic) outlook on life. ' ■»— f ALICE MCCARTHY Bern. Ed. Unbeatable exchequer of the W.A.A. . . . loves those knee sox . . . " see Rule 12, Division A, Sec. 3C, Note 2 " . . . her two jovs— sports and shiny shoes! Activities— W.A.A. Board, Junior Rep. 3, Treasurer 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Confer- ences: Athletic Federation of College Women, Wellesley 3. 39 WALTER McHUGH Elem. Ed. Briefcase . . . assistant dean . . . " I ' m not well today " . . . shoes on the wrong feet . . . " Here we are in School, you ' re here, I ' m here " . . . mimeographs anything at anytime . . . culinary artist. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3. 40 jean McCarthy Ehm. Ed. Flashing blue eyes . . . favorite pastime— plan- ning parties ... a faithful Happy Hamptonite . . . L.T.C. beanie . . . enthusiasm for people and fun. Activities-W.A.A. Board 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4. £ T ELLEN McKENNA Elem. Ed. Devoted to redecorating her home . . . uncanny ability to remain even-tempered . . . philosophi- cal outlook . . . Benson ' s Animal Farm. Activities— Newman Club 3, 4; Drama Club 4; W.A.A. Award 1. ZOO MARY McNAMEE Elem. Ed. " Cissie " . . . always ask a policeman . . . first grade circus ... " I must call Don!! " . . . con- stantly knitting little things . . . My Plymouth. Activities— Newman Club 3, Vice President 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. AC INES McLEAN Elem. Ed. " Aggie " . . . smiling Irish face . . . gentle with a dash of deviltry . . . companionable . . . nice things come in small packages . . . serenity. Activities— W.A.A. Award 1, Newman Club 3, 4; Library Committee 2; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 1,2. €D MARY McPADDEN Elem. Ed. " Micky " • • . dry humor . . . comfortable clothes . . . comfortable person . . . " cigarette, Ann " . . . loves people . . . generosity galore . . . " I ' m in no mood!! " Activities— Newman Club 4; Knoll Staff: Lec- ture Committee 2; Glee Club 1, 2. 41 NORMA MELVIN Music Ed. Varied interest . . . " Bill " . . . purring Siamese . . . our music librarian . . . car trouble . . . love in the library. AcTiviTiES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Representative to M.E.N.C; Campus Star 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. 42 PATRICIA McSORLEY Elem. Ed. " Pat " . . . sweet . . . has a genuine interest in people . . . " Bill " . . . diligent ... an angel with halo askew . . . " for my hopechest! " Activities— Newman Club 3, 4; W.A.A. Award 1; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2. MARILYN MESETH Elem. Ed. Wilbur ' s best friend . . . one of the " Personality Girls " . . . " Tell it to the Marines " . . . subtle humor . . . Better known as Mamie . . . Queen of the eastern slopes . . . Favors the graduate students. Activities— Knoll Staff, Asst. Editor; Newman Club 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3; Jr. Rep. to Yearbook; Glee Club 2. RAYMOND MORIN Music Ed. " Goodnight, Irene " ... in Holyoke . . . " Where ' s your class spirit? " . . . emcee at Amateur Antics . . . " Nola " — the laundry. Activities— Major: Percussion; Knoll Business Manager; M.E.N.C. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Section Secretary 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. WILLIAM MIL] s Musk Id I lis fiddle . . . " Well, for Pete ' s sake " . . . Gerry, Gerrv, Gerry . . . perpetual motion. Activities— Major: Voice; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sr. Choir 3, 4. ANNE MORRIS Elem. Ed. The Face . . . " fattt " woolen socks . . . personality plus . . . tastv tidbits . . . Hampton Habitat . . . sheer comfort. Activities— Knoll Asst. Business Manager; W.A.A. Award 1; Newman Club 4: Section Secretary 2, 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 43 MAUREEN MURPHY Elem. Ed. Third member of " Fabulous Five " . . . famous for fraternity connections . . . Warwick Street home for the gang . . . blue-eyed, red haired colleen. Acttvities-W.A.A. Board 2; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Newman Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 44 JEAN MURPHY Elem. Ed. Always Vermont bound . . . energetic . . . one of the " chosen ones " who can eat and eat but never show it . . . coal black hair . . . smiling manner. Activities-W.A.A. Board 4; Glee Club 1, 2; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2,3, 4. Y 4 JOAN MURRAY Elem. Ed. " Sunset " . . . Tempestuous Triangle . . . Hey, Peg! piano trio . . . " Who are the socks for this time? ... " " Onward, A.A.! " Activities-W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. Board 3, 4, Secretary; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2. PHYLLIS PALMGREN Music Ed. " Sh-h-h " . . . secondary 7th and knitting needles . . . cramming for exams on the wharf at Baptist Pond . . . frat parties . . . Debussy at Devens . . . " Have you got a friend? " AcTiviTiES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. ROSEMARY O ' CONNOR Music Ed. " Ronie " . . . silver (?) threads among the gold . . . " Where are the keys? " . . . raccoon coats . . . faculty impersonations . . . Yale weekends . . . artistically inclined. Activities— Major: Violin; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4; Knoll Art Editor; Class Vice-President 2; Campus Star 1; M.E.N.C. 4. CONSTANCE PANAGIOTOPOULOS Elem. Ed. " Connie " . . . genuine determination pleasantly diffused within the vitality of Spring . . . " Hey, Jake, who ' s your friend? " . . . " If vou get the chance, would you act normal? " AcTivmES-Glee Club 1, 2; YY.A.A. Award 1. 45 V1.- -L ■ " ANNQUINN Ekm. Ed. Junior Sophisticate . . . inspired by jazz at Bird- land . . . weekend jaunts to New York, Phila- delphia and Atlantic City . . . affinity for the history of the Far East. MARIE PURCELL Elem. Ed. Luxuriant auburn hair . . . unbeatable sense of humor . . . thoroughly enjoys herself . . . " going over to the Bartlett? " Activities-W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club 4. ELAINE RANNIKKO Music Ed. Weekends in New York City . . . black coffee . . . the " Cedars " . . . hours spent in the Trail- ways Bus Co. waiting room . . . " What ' s going on? AcTivmES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. N. 46 PAULETTE RICHARDS Bern. Ed. High heels and stylish clothes ... " I must learn to ski " . . . " I ' m scared stiff " . . . always a knitting bag . . . petiteness . . . " Bill. " Activities— Newman Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2. ANN REGAN Elem. Ed. Cute as a bunny . . . eye-lash curlers . . . retailing at Hampton . . . " Rest. " Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club 4; Newman Club 3, 4. jj5ygti|i£ia LERLEAN ROSS Music Ed. " Lear! " . . . Handel-Havden concerts . . . choir rehearsals . . . " Boston Ballroom? Oh no! I listen to Bach! " . . . the organ . . . " My pupils " . . . good enunciation. AcTivmES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4. 47 LUCINDA SILK Elem. Ed. " Cindy " . . . chronic note-writer . . . " to be back at practice school " . . . friendly smile . . . quiet girl with ambition. Activities-W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2. 48 CLAIRE SEXTON Elem. Ed. Medicine man of the " G. G. ' s, " Headaches, toothaches, etc. . . . diligent secretary . . . party of the first part vs. party of the second part . . . " piff " . . . Dean ' s chief baby sitter. Activities— Campus Star, Exchange Editor 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Section Secretary 2, 3; Newman Club Secretary 3, Exec, committee 4; delegate to N.E.T.P.A. 3; Glee Club 1, 2. C fi ELIZABETH SMITH Elem. Ea " Bette " ... an interest at Holy Cross . . . con- scientious and dependable . . . likes to sleep . . . " Could you bear it? " Activities-W.A.A. Award 1; Glee Club 1, 2. PAULA SPARKS Elem. Ed. Sports (skiing, riding, swimming) devotee . . . her " Prime Mover " her four wheels . . . that red convertible . . . " I ' ll c. e you " . . . dances beau- tifully. Activities— Newman Club 3, 4; W.AA. Awards 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. MURIEL SOUTTER Elem. Ed. " I ' m finishing a gown " . . . handbag connoisseur, street floor Bon Marche . . . interesting conver- sationalist ... a dyed-in-the-wool " Jack of all trades. " Activities— W.A. A. Awards 1, 2; Drama Club 4. ELIZABETH SPRINGER Elem. Ed. " Betty " . . . " What do you expect. Chimes?!! ' . . . favorites include: brownies, Hampton, and Syl . . . frequents the cinema . . . likes her fun. Activities— Glee Club ' A 2; Drama Club 4; Newman Club 3, 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3. 49 MARY LOU SULLIVAN Elem. Ed. Contortionist ... " I must write Joe " ... a Chan- nel prospect . .. . " Rest! " . . . must stand up straight . . . Aquatic School stories . . . avid admirer of the music students. Activities-W.A.A. Board 3,4; W.A. A. Awards 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 50 MARY JANE SULLIVAN Elem. Ed. " M. J. " . . . burns midnight oil . . . studying on the road . . . slow New Jersey accent . . . " Bill ' s waiting, Rita " . . . thoughtful person. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club 4. JANET SYKES Music Ed. Controversial conversations . . . " Am I awful? " ... of the blue, blue eyes ... " I remember vague- V Activities— Major: Voice; M.E.N. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. MARY VALCOUR Bern. Ed. Pilot of the Red convertible . . . frequent visitor at Ipswich . . . " Don ' t give yourself a laig " . . . Shakespearean student . . . Oh joy!! . . . " Just my Bill. " Activities-W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; New- man Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2. ' ■ " ■■ ' ; tfg ' . ' " ■ ' ■ ' " ' - ' -. ' ■ 3v - ' . : " - ' IDVVAIUrillll lil Musk I " I ddie " ... a I lolyoke dude . . . meti ulous ap- pearance . . . " My uncle owns that place " . . . Women! . . . " Got a cigareii A i ivities— Major: Trumpet; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Section Secretary 1; Band 1,2.3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4; Campus Star 1 , 2, 3; Star Sports Editor 4. JEAN VAYO Elem. Ed. " Blue eyes ' ' . . . Pineapple-upside down cake for John ... " I care " . . . Bon Marche Inc. . . . " The little Red Hen and Her Barnvard Friends. " AcriviTiES-Glee Club 1. 2; Newman Club 3, 4; Lecture Committee 3. 4; Drama Club 4. 51 RITA WOICESHOOK Music Ed. Possesses rare quality of perseverance . . . green Cadillac . . . washroom concerts for oboe and flute . . . M.E.N.C. hostess in Antrim. Activities— Major: Oboe; S.S.L. 4, Music Rep.; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodwind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. 52 MARY HELENA WHOLEY Elem. Ed. " Lena " . . . That ' s " George " . . . always looks supremely happy . . . Give Me That Old Soft Shoe . . . " Aunt Suzie says " . . . Gun Ho!! A. A. Activities-W.A.A. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Section Sec. 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Conferences: W.A.A. at Bridge- water 4. KARL WOODMAN Music Ed. " Woody " . . . searching for his Atman some- where over the rainbow . . . Burl Ives of senior music . . . peripheral minded. Activities— Major: Voice; Knoll Asst.Phot. Ed.; Band 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M.S.A. 1, Rep. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; S.S.L. 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4; Basketball team 1, 2, 3, 4. ALVA YOUNG The inquiring one . domestically inclined worker. Elem. Ed. . class guardian ' . . . . . dependable, steady Activities— Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 4. A C;i II YACIIDJIA Elem. I ' d. " Angic " . . . Letters to France . . . Mac calls her " Angel " . . . Dialectics! ... " I low do you say that? " . . . French lessons . . . " Oh, that is good!! " . . . fond aunt. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Drama Club, Chairman ol Program ( Committee 4. A VASILIKI ZIOGAS Bern. Ed. " Vi and Vi " ... a new front door for Christmas . . . Morses . . . Flickki . . . Greek dances. Activities— Glee Club 1, 2; Campus Star 4; Drama Club 4. c 53 RITA ZOUKEE Music Ed. " Boop " . . . " Indigo Jet " . . . lowered lashes . . . tango technique (Fabulous Fanny) . . . " Boop- isms " . . . " Oh, I have a Good definition. " AcTiviTiES-Major: Piano; M.E.N.C. 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Choir 3, 4. kl Dorothy Coughlin, Special Dorothy Craven, Elem. Ed. Joseph Eslie, Special William Hewson, Special Alice O ' Hearn, Special Cornelia O ' Reilly, Elem. Ed. EX LIBRIS Vera Allen Doris Beausoleil Margaret Cavanaugh Judith Chadwick Mary Concannon Constance Clancy Vernon Deane Joseph Donnelly Joan Ead Margaret Early Janet Flynn Marie Gill Warren Goddard Helen Harrison Mary Lou Holland Daniel Horgan Jean Hughes Claire McComisky Alexander Melick Evelyn Munn Phyllis O ' Doherty Paul O ' Loughlin Jesse Peterson Jerry Richardson Corrine Romley Mildred Sawyer James Scott Harriett Shapiro William Sherman Jean Shorey Marguerite Vishaway 54 vi ' . 1 . , i J r hlk ... Ci =F± «Jp J Jj|r J Jj gooJ t,! P ±$4 m =p k TV«is»t» G» J,vJx s Wr our. aide, Aftd slm | rb« J a ' ttii i rs fr Nr J life W« 9 -kl .0ur KcarS W« «« !• V) U«A k »fc n I r jfrri f r Jlr J| i sing " tt)i» p»autf b tf» .5fextMi dosebesiJ u$ 4 i rd } m } j j J i r r " r r Ttof no and tJ " 0 r«Vuj ■- ■ " . : . fvA a . Prof. Caliri b Prof. Thompson c. Prof. Garrify d Prof. Shannon e Dr. O ' Leary f Prof. Kansanniva 9 Prof. DiBerto h Prof. Cunningham j : Prof. Mattoy k Prof. Kane I.. ..... Prof. Gourville m Dean Roberts n Prof. Drinan 57 9 W-; mm --:: ' i ' ■ ■■■¥ GROUPS ACTIVITIES 58 w jpf , :■ " v te ffj r fa fg s ' i. as££z f ,0 W.AA ' nsr A vital part of college affairs concerning sports and recreation is provided by the Women ' s Athletic Association. There is no " charmed circle " in the Athletic Association. The only criteria for belonging is a liking for sports, a willingness to try, and a general friendliness. The A.A. Board consists of people chosen by you through democratic voting. This board as- sisted by girls who have qualified as coaches, cares for the entire sports program. The " star " sport of the fall program is field hockey. Its many satelites are: badminton, archery, riding, tennis, bowling, and a life sav- ing course. Basketball and swimming occupy many spares during the winter season. Comes spring and our hearts turn gaily to thoughts of . . . softball! Clouds of dust are raised as we doggedly try for one more home-run. Volley- ball and tenniquoit provide another oudet for spring energies. The activities of the A.A. are brought to a climax in May with the A.A. Banquet. It is at this time that sports awards are given to those who have earned them. It is at this time that one feels the pride that comes from membership in a worthwhile organization. The success of this program stems from the capable leadership of the A.A. Board, the friend- ly cooperation and participation of the student body, and the wise counsel and assistance of Prof. Garrity, competent advisor to the Women ' s Athletic Association. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President Clara Fuschetti Vice President Lena Wholey Secretary Joan Murray Treasurer ' Alice McCarthy Faculty Advisor. . . . Prof. H. Marie Garrity MSA. The men students in the class of 1953 can well be proud of the achievement of having been instrumental in founding and fostering organized sports at a predominantly women ' s teachers college. The seed of this idea was formed by a group of men who realized that the men at Lowell Teachers College were not represented in any sports activity. To remedy this glaring fault within our col- lege, and in view of the increased enrollment of men students, the class of 1953, along with the classes of 1952 and 1954, organized the Men ' s Student Association. Officers were elected and the men in the en- tire student body were obliged to attend and take part in any and all functions of the or- ganization. Success of this venture was im- mediately recognized as evidenced by the for- mation of a varsity basketball team and the en- visioning of a varsity baseball team in the near future. Social activities and a Booster ' s Club were next on the agenda. The end is not yet in sight. Public antipathy toward men teachers in the elementary school is being slowly eliminated. With this enlight- ening development the enrollment of men at our college will continue to grow. The men that we leave behind will surely continue where we left off. We are the guiding light and we hope those who follow will keep that ligh t burning. MEN ' S STUDENT ASSOCIATION President Karl Woodman Vice President Thomas Frawley Secretary Philip Anzaldi Treasurer Lawrence Gilgun Faculty Advisor Prof. Edward Knowles jQ % ■ 3 A p g aia DRAMA CLUB DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS President Jack Warry Vice President Frederick Gleason Secretary Zena Craig Treasurer William Cheeney Faculty Advisor. . .Prof. Kalervo Kansanniva CAMPUS STARS CAMPUS STAR OFFICERS Co-Editors in Chief Charles Greene Cecile Milot Faculty Advisor .... Prof. Fortunata Caliri SCHOOL SOCIETY LEAGUE SCHOOL SOCIETY LEAGUE OFFICERS President Elsa Martinson Vice President Charlotte Hutton Secretary Jean Curtis Treasurer Joan DeSimone Faculty Advisor Dean Mary McGauvran LIBRARY COMMITTEE LECTURE FUND COMMITTEE L. T.I.-L. T.C NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club here at Lowell Teachers Col- lege has done much to fos- ter good relationships be- tween the two colleges involved. Under the lead- ership of students of both colleges and our Chaplain, it has provided many ex- cellent opportunities for individual members to benefit from the aims of the organization. NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS President Donald Wark Vice President Mary McNamee Corresponding Secretary Florence Berard Recording Secretary Glenn Haley Treasurer Tristan Laurion Chaplain Fr. John Murphy KNOLL STAFF Editor in Chief Helen Considine Co-Assistant Editors Frederick Dargie Marilyn Meseth Business Manager Raymond Morin Asst. Business Manager Ann Morris Literary Editor Isabel Coughlin Co-Asst. Literary Editors Margaret Knox Mary McPadden Photography Editor Elizabeth Gannon Asst. Photography Editors Karl Woodman Barbara Galvin Art Editor Rosemary O ' Connor Asst. Art Editor Charlotte Hutton Men ' s Sports Editor Charles Greene Women ' s Sports Editor Clara Fuschetti Music Editor Lawrence Gilgun Secretary Claire Sexton Assistants. . .Paul Hauser Mary McNamee Joan Lacasse Norma »Melvin Connie Lanseigne Mary Valcour Nina Lee Rita Woiceshook Walter McHugh Faculty Advisors Prof. DeMeritte Hiscoe Prof. Domenic Procopio Dean Julian Roberts 70 ' ' V " v -1 ' T n 2- " - SoJHn ' iTir] _u — - wgrr FRESHMA -SOPHOMQRE CHOIR Practice space!! GLEE CLUB r r ' iitiSiii . ' ■ ' ■ ' ; cak . . vj MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE Concentration ! ! JUNIOR-SENIOR CHOIR •• --»,« EXTRA-CURRICULAR 74 V 1 _ , --sift tf? DENNIS CALLAHAN 17 Ellis Ave.V Lowell JOHN CLEMENT 20 Mt. Grove St., Lowell FRED COURTEMARCHE 18 Mt. Grove St., Lowell CARROLL MOUSLEY 101 Chelmsford St., Lowell MARION ATHERTON 10 Oak Knoll Ave., E. Chelmsford FLORENCE BRADEN 320 Wilder St., Lowell ' KATHLEEN BYRT 72 Canton St., Lowell BEATRICE MEAGHER 24 Wilder St., Lowell FACULTY HERMAN BRASE 154 Havilah St., Lowell ESTHER BURNS 203 Westford St., Lowell VIVIAN BURNS 407 High St., Lowell FORTUNATA CALIRI 9 Shaw Rd., Belmont ELIZABETH COFFEY 183 Wilder St., Lowell GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM 43 Fox St., Fitchburg ELIZABETH DiBERTO 110 Sharon Rd., W. Medford HELEN DRINAN 48 Reservoir St., Cambridge JOHN FISHER 136 Wentworth Ave., Lowell WILLIAM FISHER 83 Wachusett St., Needham JOHN FITZGERALD Depot St., Bondsville H. MARIE GARRITY 140 Washington St., So. Groveland MARGUERITE GOURVILLE 22 Lexington St., Everett EMMA GRAHAM 15 So. Walker St., Lowell ISOBEL GREGORY 664 Mammoth Rd., Dracut JOHN HART 79 Myrtle St., Boston MARY CLARE HAYES 18 Upham St., Lowell DEMERITTE HISCOE Hornbeam Hill Road, Chelms. CHRISTINE KANE 3 Parkview Ave., Lowell KATHERINE KEARNEY 208 Pine St., Lowell GEORGIANA KEITH 128 Myrtle St., Lowell ANNA KIERNAN 22 Phillips St., Lowell EDWARD KNOWLES 46 Prospect St., Wevmouth CHARLOTTE LOWE 160 Dartmouth St., Lowell DAVID LUCEY 24 Highland Ave., Saugus IRENE MacDONALD Marlborough St., Lowell THOMAS MALLOY 104 Warren St., Chelmsford WILLIAM MALONE 19 Steadman St., Chelmsford AUGUSTUS MAZZOCCA 998 Mass. Ave.. Arlington MARY McGAUVRAN 410 Walker St., Lowell HENRY McGOWAN 18 Lura St., Lowell THOMAS McSORLEY 335 Parkview Ave., Lowell FRANCES MORIARTY 60 Clarendon St., Maiden CATHERINE O ' CONNOR 132 Belrose Ave., Lowell DANIEL H. O ' LEARY 213 Parkview Ave., Lowell DOMENIC PROCOPIO 264 Bovlston St., Brockton JULIAN ROBERTS 141 VanGreenbv Rd., Lowell MARGARET SHANNON 7 Adams Terrace, Cambridge CYRUS THOMPSON 72 Hanscom Ave., Reading MARY WALLACE 158 Dartmouth St.. Lowell ALMA WARD 8 Fem St., Chelmsford MABEL WILSON 9 Benton St., Stoneham SENIORS PHILIP ANZALDI 82 Woodland St., Lawrence CAROLYN BAKER 35 Arlington St., Methuen ROSE BALLATO 607 Main St., Arlington MILLOUISE BARRETT 16 Mansur St., Lowell CLAIRE BELYEA Nuttings Lake, Billerica CARL BOCHMAN 109 Ferry St., Lawrence RICHARD BOWDEN Litdeton Depot, Litdeton MILDRED CARLEN 665 Nashua Rd., Dracut MARIE CAWLEY 13 Standish St., Cambridge MARGARET CONNORS 115 Foster St., Lowell ANTHONY CONSENTINO 134 Newburv St., Lawrence HELEN CONSIDINE 298 Walker St., Lowell 87 DOROTHY COUGHLIN 59 Monadnock St., Lowell ISABEL COUGHLIN 17 Nicollet St., Lowell DOROTHY CRAVEN 58 Fremont St., Lowell ANN CULLEN 12 Gage Ave., Lowell JEAN CURTIS 214 Webster St., Haverhill PATRICIA DALY 38 St. James St., Lowell FRED DARGIE 394 Pleasant St., Maiden VERONICA De SAULNIER 12 Fuller Rd., Chelmsford PAULINE DESROCHERS 722 Merrimack St., Lowell ANN DEURELL 188 Central Ave., Medford ANN DOLYE 32 Sheridan St., Lawrence DORIS DUFFY 24 Cheney PL, Lowell ANNA FERRANTE 65 Wareham St., Medford MADELINE FIELDING 28 Egerton Rd., Arlington ELLEN FINNEGAN 60 Harris Ave., Lowell CLARA FUSCHETTI 19 Crescent St., Medford BARBARA GALVIN 28 Pearl St., Lawrence ELIZABETH GANNON 11 Steadman St., Chalmsford LAURENCE GILGUN 215 Main St., Woburn NANCY GOULD 45 Bellevue Ave., Cambridge CHARLES GREENE 265 Burnham Rd., Lowell MARION GUERIN 6 Carter St., Lowell ELAINE GUSTAVSON 74 Salisbury St., Winchester FRANK HAYWARD 49 Har old St., No. Andover PAUL HAUSER 20 Pratt St., Allston CHARLOTTE HUTTON Waverly Rd., No. Andover MARY KEANEY Boston Rd., Billerica HELEN KENNEDY 45 Myrde St., Lawrence TOAN KENNEY 15 Lamb St., Lowell PAUL KINIKLIS 134 Bedford Ave., Lexington ARPINA KLUDTIAN 339 Westford St., Lowell MARGARET KNOX 11 Martin St., Medford FREDERICK KOEK Vernon Ave., Stoneham ELECTRA KOMINIS 132 Mt. Vernon St., Lowell JOAN LACASSE 113 Pelham St., Methuen CONSTANCE LANSEIGNE 47 Woodcock St., Lowell NANCY LEARY 10 Adams St., Melrose FRANCES Le CAM 14 Cedar St., Lowell NINA LEE 86 Chilton St., Cambridge LODDY LEITER 27 Salem St., Wilmington BETTY Mac DONALD 258 Wentworth Ave., Lowell EDSON Mac KENZIE Clark St., Somerville CYNTHIA MALIN 161 Mt. Vernon St., Maiden MARY MANNING 91 Wilder St., Lowell ELSA MARTINSON RFDtfl, Andover St., Lowell ALICE Mc CARTHY 325 Rogers St., Lowell JEANMc CARTHY 10 Allyn Terrace, Lawrence WALTER Mc HUGH 31 Lenox Rd., Peabody ELLEN Mc KENNA 24 Stearns Ave., Lawrence AGNES Mc LEAN 30 Greenfield St., Lowell MARY Mc NAMEE 29 Laurel St., Lowell MARY Mc PADDEN BARBARA MEAGHER 669 Stevens St., Lowell PATRICIA Mc SORLEY 235 Parkview Ave., Lowell 423 Stevens St., Lowell NORMA MELVIN 29 Egerton Rd., Arlington MARILYN MESETH 4 Olive St., Methuen WILLIAM MILLS 23 Middle St., E. Weymouth RAYMOND MORIN 14 Bellevue St., Lowell ANNE MORRIS 933 Essex St., Lawrence JEAN MURPHY 155 Allston St.. W. Medford MAUREEN MURPHY 40 Warwick St., Lowell JOAN MURRAY 120 Monument St., W. Medford ROSEMARY O ' CONNOR 920 Ray St., Manchester, N. H. ALICE O ' HEARN 604 Westford St., Lowell CORNELIA O ' REILLY 5 Houston Ave., Methuen PHYLLIS PALMGREN 21 Sunset Ave., Chelmsford CONSTANCE PANAGIOTOPOULOS 20 Phillips St., Lowell MARIE PURCELL 85 Yale St., Medford ANNE QUINN 106 Gorham St., E. Chelmsford ELAINE RANNIKO So. Main St., E. Templeton ANN REGAN 83 Stromquist Ave., Lowell PAULETTE RICHARDS 29 Frothingham St., Lowell LERLEAN ROSS 29 Sunnyside Ave., Saugus CLAIRE SEXTON 63 Pine St., Lowell LUCINDA SILK 8 Atlantic Ave., Lowell BETTY SMITH 44 So. Chestnut St., Haverhill MURIEL SOUTTER 191 Parkview Ave., Lowell PAULA SPARKS 354 Princeton Blvd., Lowell BETTY SPRINGER 61 Fellsway East, Maiden MARY J. SULLIVAN lllBrockton Ave., Haverhill MARY L. SULLIVAN 76 Exeter St., Lawrence JANET SYKES 1286 Lawrence St., Lowell EDWARD THIEBE 1 Park View Terrace, Holyoke MARY VALCOUR 56 Yale St., Winchester JEAN VAYO 118 Wentworth Ave., Lowell MARY H. WHOLEY 1092 Mammoth Rd., Dracut RITA WOICESHOOK 5 Ford St., Haverhill KARL WOODMAN 14 Brentwood Ave., Wilmington ANGELE YAGHDJIAN 21 Gradville Ave., Medford ALVA YOUNG 25 Wright St., No. Chelmsford VASILIKI ZIOGAS 13 Westford St., Lowell RITA ZOUKEE 27 Arch St., Haverhill JUNIORS GEORGE ABODEELY 118 Mt. Washington St., Lowell BLANCHE BACHTA 150 Prospect St., Lawrence ROBERT BACHELDER 25 Adams St., Medford NEIL BARTLETT 49 Varnum Ave., Lowell FLORENCE BERARD 129 White St., Lowell ROBERT BOULE 222 Lowell St., Wakefield MARGARET BRADY 82 Warwick St., Lowell CHARLES BROOKS 460 E. 8th St., So. Boston BARBARA BURKE 30 Livingston Ave., Lowell 88 PHYLLIS CARROLL 30 So. State St., Concord N. H. VIRGINIA CASTLES 272 Walker St., Lowell WILLIAM CHENEY 42 Wellesley Ave., Lowell NORMA CLINTON 1 1 Fairview St., Lowell MARY CONNOR 16 Adler St., Lowell NANCY CONWAY 61 Elm St., No. Billerica GLENNIS CORR 360 Wilder St., Lowell ELLEN CULL 137 Hoyt Ave., Lowell RICHARD CULLEN 12 Gage Ave., Lowell JOANNE CURRAN 42 Sidney St., Lowell JOANNE DAIGLE 160 Old Meadow Rd., Dracut CHRISTINE DERBY 144 Saratoga St., Lawrence JOAN DeSIMONE 26 Bonner Ave., Medford CLAIRE DONOHUE 77 Osgood St., Lawrence DORIS DONOVAN 98 Forest St., Lowell PATRICIA DYER 7 Prospect St., No. Andover ROBERT ELLISON 48 Stone St., Somerville GERALDINE FERRONETTI 12 View St., Haverhill JAMES FITZPATRICK 114 McKinstry Ave., Chicopee JUNE FOSS 74 Richards St., Lowell THOMAS FRAWLEY 150 Myrtle St., Lowell VIRGINIA GAUTHIER 48 Hancock Ave., Lowell RICHARD GESNER 1939 So. Main St., Fall River VINCENT GIANNINI 94 First St., Medford FRED GLEASON 19 Lawton St., Lowell MARY GREENE 139 E. Haverhill St., Lawrence MARTINA HARRINGTON 44 Seventh Ave., Lowell DOROTHY HOH 2 Baremeadow St., Methuen PAUL HORGAN 34 Reynolds Ave., Chelsea LILLIAN HOUSLEY 97 Capen St., Medford MARJORIE JENKINS Barlows Landing Rd., Pocasset EVANGELINE KARAS 29 Marion St., Lowell JOAN KELLY 7 Pershing St., Forge Village DANIEL KELLY 3 Lincoln Ave., Forge Village CHARLOTTE KOSARTES 1036 Middlesex St., Lowell FRANCES KYRIACOPOULOS 347 Market St., Lowell MARY LAMB 17 Usher Rd., W. Medford PARTICIA LECLAIR 17 Harris Ave., Lowell JOSEPH LEONARDO 24 Waterhouse St., Somerville ROSEMARY LISTON 28 Bellevue St., Lowell MARY LUCIANO Spring St., Billerica BARBARA LYONS Box 45, Nuttings Lake, Bill. ROSEMARY MACKLIN 3 Belmont St., No. Andover WILLIAM MACUL 97 Haseltine St., Haverhill CATHERINE McDERMOTT 95 Cottage St., West Lynn MARY McLARNON 344 Suffolk St., Lowell jeanne Mclaughlin 37 Osborne Rd., Medford LOUISE McMANUS 12 Hatch Rd., W. Medford ANNE McPARLAND 38 Laurel St., Lowell MAURINE McSORLEY 235 Parkview Ave., Lowell HELEN McSWEENEY 70 Evans St., Medford CECILE MILOT 1 Bridge St., Graniteville ANDREW MORSE 46 Oakland Ave., Methuen MARY ELLEN MOYNIHAN 506 Gorham St., Lowell ANN MARIE MURRAY 29 Bartlett St., Andover CLAIRE NANIS 31 Holyoke St., Maiden RITA NOONAN 159 Tenney St., Methuen CARLTON PEACOCK High St., W. Duxhury LUCELIA POPE Great Oak Rd., E. Orleans VIRGINIA QUINN 30 Weed St., Lowell ANN ROBINSHAW 34 Swan St., Lawrence JANE SAUNDERS 235 Princeton Blvd., Lowell MARGARET SCOTT Allston Rd., No. Reading NANCY SCOTT TruJl Rd., No. Tewksbury MARCIA SCULLY 124 Belrose Ave., Lowell MARY SHEEHAN 165 Greene St., No. Andover ELIZABETH SHEELEY 17 Enmore St., Andover ALICE SHRESTINIAN 16 Central St., Haverhill BARBARA SILK 40 Chauncev Ave., Lowell JOANNE SMITH 40 Park St., Lawrence ELISIE SOUSA 444 Main St., Amesbury BEVERLY STEWART 2 Dutton St., Lowell DOREEN STOWE 101 Wildwood St., Winchester PETER SWEENEY 65 St. James St., Lowell CLIFTON SYMONDS Sunrise Terrace, Springfield JOAN TASSINARI 45 Agawam St., Bradford NANCY TAYLOR 217 Oakland Ave.. Methuen SHIRLEY TESSIER 187 Hale St., Lowell ELAINE THORNTON 36 Farley St., Lawrence JEAN TYRELL 12 Aldea St., Saxonville MARIE URSANO 559 River St., Haverhill VIRGINIA VALENTINE 103 Main St., Fairhaven RITA VALLANCE 19 Alpine St., Somerville ANN VOZELLA 210 Forest St., Medford JOAN WALSH 189 Highland Ave., Winchester JOHN WARRY 40 Rollins Ave.. Lynn JANE YARNALL Nabnassett Rd.. Nabnassett JOAN YOUNG 45 Swan St., Lawrence BETTY ANN ZUBICK 330 Stevens St.. Lowell SOPHOMORES DELORES AMARO Forest St., Wilmington ELIZABETH APOSTOLAS 477 Market St., Lowell DOROTHY BOARDMAN 16 Highland St., Lawrence PAULINE BOEGLINE 29 Norman Rd., No. Andover PATRICIA BOLAN 4 West Eleventh St., Lowell MARY BOYLE 10 Fernwood St., No. Andover BETTY BRAWLEY 85 Hume Ave.. Medford PATRICIA BURKE 23 Farlev St.. Lawrence ELLEN CAHILL 69 Middlebury St.. Lawrence 89 EARLENE CAMERON 256 Stevens St., Lowell DOROTHY CAMPBELL 62 Marion St., Medford JOHN CARTON 6 Campbell St., Woburn DOROTHY CAVOURES 444 Fletcher St., Lowell DEONE CAYO 172 Ashcroft Rd., Medford JOAN CINQ-MARS 81 Mt. Hope St., Lowell ANN COONEY 104 Gates St., Lowell RUTH HICKEY CONNORS 571 Chelmsford St., Lowell LILA COUNTER 668 Chelmsford St., Lowell ARLENE CREEDON 585 High St., Medford AUDREYANNE CRONIN 27 Newport Ave., Medford HOPE CROWLEY 69 Reservoir St., Lawrence CONSTANCE CUMMINGS 10 Third St., Chelmsford BARBARA DAVIS 118 Lawrence St., Lowell DOROTHY DeBURRO 23 Bruce St., Lowell JEANNE DEVER 7 Walcott Rd., Woburn RICHARD DIXON 20 Burrill Ave., Lynn JAMES DOYLE 13 Sawtelle PL, Lowell MARY ESPOSITO 660 River St., Haverhill CAROL FOLKINS 94 Crowley St., Lowell JANET GAVIN 22 Haseltine St., Bradford ELAINE GIDDIS 45 Bellevue St., Lowell JANICE GODDARD 131 Garden St., Cambridge JOYCE GRAMAS 207 Third St., Lowell BETTY GROSS North St., Tewksbury GWENDOLYN GROVES Treble Cove Rd., No. Billenca MARILYN HANLEY 22 Brodie Ave., Haverhill KATHLEEN HARRINGTON 156 North Rd., Chelmsford ANNE HASSETT 9 39 A Main St., Woburn IRENE HICKEY 45 Arlington St., Everett BEVERLY HYDE 186 Lebanon Ave., Pittsfield RITA JAMES 20 Seventh St., Lowell MAJORIE JONES 629 Wilder St., Lowell MAJORIE KALIL 26 Plymouth St., Methuen CAROL LACASSE 113 Pelham St., Methuen MARY LAROQUE 4 Foster St., Lowell GLENA LEBOWITZ 139 Warwick St., Lawrence CLAIRE LINSCOTT 341 Great Rd., Acton CLAIRE LOESER 40 Hundey St., Maiden ELLEN Lyons 136 Pleasant St., Woburn KATHLEEN MADDEN 20 Greenfield St., Lowell NORANNE MAHONEY 57 Davis St., No. Andover MARTHA MALLARD 14 Tonline St., West Medford JOAN MALLON 1 Birch St., Lawrence JOAN MARTIN 484 Pine St., Lowell FRANCES McDEVITT 20 Locke St., Arlington MARIE McGARRY 100 Bowden St., Lowell DOROTHY McNAMARA 25 West Fifth Ave., Lowell EILEEN MORAN 16 Litchfield Terr., Lowell PHILLIP MORRISON 176 Park Ave., Arlington PHYLLIS MURRAY 120 Monument St., Medford JOSEPH O ' NEIL 78 Marston St., Lowell BARBARA PAASCHE 223 Dale St., Waltham ADELINA PALLERIA 32 Temple St., Haverhill SHIRLEY PROULX 12 Holt St., No. Chelmsford EDWARD REYNOLDS 55 Brookside Ave., Winchester VIRGINIA RUSSE 25 Baxter Terr., West Medford FRANCES RYAN 26 Fountain St., Haverhill EDITH SANTARELLI 225 River St., Haverhill CLAIRE SARNIE 61 Sagamore Ave., West Medford FRANCES SESSOMS 103 Townsend St., Roxbury EILLEEN SILVA 31 Winthrop Ave., Lowell ROSALI SIRRY 235 River St., Haverhill BARBARA SLAVIN 23 Oxford St., Lowell MARGARET SLAVIN 23 Oxford St., Lowell ANN SULLIVAN 100 Princeton Blvd., Lowell JOAN SULLIVAN 45 High St., Andover JANET SWEET 12 Highland Ave., No. Chalmsford JANE SZAREK 211 Lakeview Ave., Lowell CAROL TEWKSBURY 235 Liberty St., Lowell CLARA THEODOLOU 309 Pearl St., Cambridge MARGARET THOMAS 24 Scott St., Woburn JAMES VANDENBONCOEUR 37 Marlon St., Haverhill VIRGINIA VIEL 37 Sunset Ave., Lawrence GRACE VIOLA 39 Swains Pond Ave., Melrose BEVERLY WEBB 120 Warwick St., Lowell DOROTHY WIGGENS Treble Cove Rd., No. Billenca BARBARA WIGHT 289 Mill St., Newtonville M. JEAN WILSON 12 Columbia Terr.. Haverhill CONSTANCE ZING 102 Brown St., Methuen FRESHMEN JOAN AUSTIN 35 Brookline Ave., Haverhill SHIRLEY AZIZ 14 Bates St., Methuen KATHLEEN BANK 6 School St., Lowell IRENE BEAUPRE 336 Pawtucket St., Lowell PAULINE BOEGLIN 29 Norman Rd., No. Andover ALICE BREEN 21 Garfield Ave., Medford WILLIAM BRIGHAM 236 Washington St., Haverhill ARLENE BROWNE 27 Houghton St., Lowell VIRGINIA BUNTEL 27 Starbird St., Lowell MARGARET BYRNE 125 Bunker Hill St., Lawrence GEORGIA CAFFREY 16 Royal St., Lawrence RITA CAPPUCCI 7 Evans St., Medford DOROTHY CASTLES 272 Walker St., Lowell PRISCILLA CHEETHAM 39 Lilley Ave., Lowell JANICE .CLARKE 47 Varnum St., Lowell PAUL CLEMENT 20 Mt. Grove St., Lowell JANET CONWAY 66 Belrose Ave., Lowell JOAN COREY 10 Hornbeam Hill Rd., Chelms. 90 ANTHONY CORNACCHIA 49 Johnson St., Leominster ZENA CRAIG Trull St., No. Tewksbury ELIZABETH CRONIN 56 Union St., Woburn LORRAINE CULLEN 82 Bacon St., Winchester ANN CURRAN 42 Sidney St., Lowell MARCIA DALEY 392 Princeton Blvd., Lowell RITA DAVEY 25 Garin Terrace, Lowell SUZANNE DeLORME 4 Washington Pkwy., Lowell BARBARA DERBY 110 Warwick St., Lowell GWENDOLYN DeSIMONE 65 Larchwood Rd., Methuen MARGARET DEVINE 13 Fulton St., Methuen GILDO DiLORETTO 42 Mayhew St., So. Boston FRANK DURANT 37 Winthrop St., Everett BARBARA FAIRBANKS 503 Lowell St., Lawrence GLORIA FAVUZZA 56 Prince St., Boston CLEMENTINE FLOMP 167 School St., Lowell ANN FLYNN 175 Washington St., Brookline ROBERT FRAZIER Mashpee Rd., Santuit JANE FREDETTE 27 Dracut St., Lowell MARY LEE GALLAGHER 156 Methuen St., Lowell FRED GALLAGHER 156 Methuen St., Lowell GRETCHEN GARBUTT 79 Pleasant St., Winthrop CONSTANCE GARDNER 27 Whitney Ave., Beverly ARTHENESE GAUDETTE 19 Shepherd St., Haverhill MARIE GEARY 56 Butterfield St., Lowell RONALD GERBRANDS 96 Ronald Rd., Arlington MARILYN GILES 44 Royalston Ave., Lowell CAROLYN CREELEY 313 Hazel St., Wareham JACQUELINE HAYES 268 Haverhill St., Lawrence JUDITH HUGHES 7 Mill St., Lowell ALFRED JACOBS 45 Falmouth St., Boston CAROL KENYON 200 Highland Ave., Lowell CONSTANCE CROWLEY 905 Lakeview Ave., Lowell CARLENE ERICKSON 419 Broadway, Methuen DAVID KILLAM East Boxford JANET KING 106 Otis St., Medford GERALD KITTREDGE 22 Jenness St., Lowell PHYLLIS KNOX 11 Martin St., Medford RICHARD LAMAN 111 Webster St., Arlington DONALD LANGLOIS 104 Blaisdell St., Haverhill DONALD LESCARD 163 Howard St., Lowell KATHERINE LISTON 128 Hoyt Ave., Lowell MARGARET MADDEN I Essex Place, Adover JOAN MALLON 7 Birch St., Lawrence HELEN MANGAN 100 West St., Lowell NORMA MAZZOCCA 998 Mass. Ave., Arlington PHYLLIS McCARRON 40 Bateman St., Lowell REGIS McENANY 12 Church St., No. Chelms. FRANCIS McGOVERN 41 19th Street, Lowell RICHARD McGRATH 39 Witham Ave., Dracut CORNELIA McINTOSH 73 Reservoir St., Lawrence MARY McKENNEY 26 Fruit St., Lowell MARY McLAREN 18 Parkway Rd., Medford JAMES McMAHON 20 Sixth Ave., Lowell JANE McMAHON 17 Quannapowitt Ave., Wakefield CAROL MITCHELL 1180 Gorham St., Lowell MAUREEN MAHON 62 Eastern Ave., Woburn MARY ELLEN MOORE 47 Florence Ave., Lowell JOAN O ' CONNOR II Linwood St., Lowell SHEILA O ' LEARY 28 Aubum St., Methuen ARLENE ORENSTEIN 15 View St., Haverhill MARY O ' SHEA 195 Moore St., Lowell STEPHEN PAPLEACOS 12 Groton St., Lowell MARJORIE PERKINS 79 Lakeview Ave., Lowell MARIE PETRAKOS 161 School St., Lowell ANN PLOSKI 14 Boardman St., Newburyport LEONA PORTER 12 Columbia St., Wilmington i ' AlKlCIA REGAN 5b Arlington St., Lowell CAKOLYN REIS 108 School St., W. Chelmsford IRIS RENTZEPEPJES 264 Princeton Blvd., Lowell MARY REYNOLDS 38 Winter St., Medford DELORES RICH I Franklin St., Wakefield NANCY RICHARDSON 285 Middlesex St., No. Andover MARION RIMAS 76 Spruce St., Lawrence MARY LOU RIORDAN 74 Tower St., Methuen ANN ROARK I I Normal Ave., Lowell NORMA ROBITAILLE I Dalton St., Lowell VIRGINIA SCARMEAS 19 Mt. Vernon St., Lowell EMILY SCOTT Lyman Rd., Chester KATHLEEN SCULLION 63 So. Loring St., Lowell MARY SEMEKIS 104 Butterfield St., Lowell ANN SHEEHAN Lee St., Tewksbury ROBERT SINIBALDI 10 Birch St., Lawrence EILEEN SKEIRIK 168 Svlvester St., Lawrence PETER SOUKARAS 201 Summer St., Lowell MARY A. SULLIVAN 6 Stearns Ave., Lawrence MARY L. SULLIVAN 202 Washington St., Winchester MARJORIE TAPLEY 136 George St., Medford JOANNE TARDIE 58 Greenfield St., Lawrence SALLY TOPERZER 45 Winford Way, Winchester BRUCE TOWNSEND 457 Westford St., Lowell HERMES TSANDIKOS 95 Butterfiield St., Lowell JOHN WALKER I I Stone St., Revere SHIRLEY WALSH 41 Burtt St., Lowell MARJORIE WARREN Crescent St., Stowbridge GEORGIA WATSON No. Billerica, Rd., Tewksbury ELEANOR WEAFER 33 Bedford Rd.. Woburn NORINE WILLIAMS 97 Mt. Vemon St, Lawrence SHIRLEY WOODS 1340 W. Main St., Northborough JOANNE GIFUN 118 Benton Rd., Medford CONSTANCE HOUGHTALIN Old Dover Rd., Gome N. H , ft. ' G GEORGE MILD Smith Hall, Riverside St., Lowell DONALD MILLS Lawrence FRANCES FANTINI , 43 Wilson St., Haverhill CECILIA FITZGERALD 102 Stevens St., Lowell MARY KOSCIOLEK 162 Princeton Blvd., Lowell CONSTANCE McSWEENEY 145 Luce St., Lowell NORA SARANTOS 7 Rosemarv Ave., Lowell JAMES VADEBONCOEUR 37 Marlon St.. ' Haverhill Mrs. Thomas H. Braden Prof. Herman H. Brase Prof. Fortunata Caliri Mr. and Mrs. James Considine Prof. Gertrude M. Cunningham Prof. Elizabeth Neilson DiBerto Prof. Helen Drinan Dr. William R. Fisher Prof. John R. Fitzgerald Prof. H. Marie Garrity SPONSORS Prof. Marguerite L. Gourville Prof. DeMerritte Hiscoe Mr. Peter Kraines Dean Mary E. McGauvran Dr. Daniel H. O ' Leary Prof. Domenic Procopio Dean Julian Roberts Prof. Margaret R. Shannon Prof. Cyrus D. Thompson Prof. Mabel B. Wilson PATRONS ST PATRONESSES Mrs. A. Anzaldi Marion B. Atherton Mr. and Mrs. George Baker Mr. Frank Ballato Mr. and Mrs. William F. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Belyea Deborah Anne Bochman Miss Betty Brawley Miss Kathleen B. Byrt Mr. John Carton Miss Margaret Cawley Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Connors Mrs. Phillip Consentino Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Considine Mr. Daniel J. Couglin Mr. and Mrs. Johnathon Craven Mrs. John Cullen Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curtis Mr. and Mrs. James F. Daly Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dargie Mr. Albini D. Desrochers Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Deurell Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Doyle Mrs. Mary A. Duffy Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Egan Mr. and Mrs. Rosario J. Esile Mr. Carlos and Leona Faria Miss Susan V. Fenlon Mr. Frank Ferrante Mrs. Madeline Fielding A lc Daniel Finnegan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Finnegan Dr. John J. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Fuschetti Mrs. John F. Gannon Mrs. Margaret Gifun Mrs. John F. Gilgun Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Greene Mrs. Arthur Guerin Mr. Joseph Hamilton Dr. John R. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Hauser Mr. Frank S. Hayward Sr. and Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Hutton Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Kennedy Mrs. Veronica Kiniklis Mrs. Jennie Kinsman Mr. and Mrs. Webster S. Knox Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Koek Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. Lacasse Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Hector Lanseigne Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Leary Mr. Joseph H. LeCam Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Leiter Miss Irene K. MacDonald Mrs. A. MacKenzie Professor William H. Malone Mr. Sven H. Martinsen Mr. and Mrs. George S. McCarthy Miss Katherine E. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. McHugh Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. McKenna Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McLean Mrs. John J. McNamee Mrs. Mary R. McPadden and Mickey Miss Barbara Meagher Mrs. Beatrice L. Meagher Mr. and Mrs. William D. Meagher Mr. and Mrs. Ervine Melvin Mr. George E. Membrino Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Meseth Mr. and Mrs. A. W- Mills Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Morin Mrs. Mary I. Mulry Miss A. Charlene Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John F. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. William H. Murray 1 Mr. Edward J. O ' Connor Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Palmgren Miss Lucelia Pope Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Toivo W. Rannikko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D„ Reagan Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Richards Mr. George A. Ryan Miss Anna Scannell Mr. and Mrs. Errol H. Silk Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soutter Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Springer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Sykes Miss Carol Tewksbury Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thiebe Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Townshend Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Valcour Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Vayo Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Woodman Mr. Henri Yaghdjian Mrs. Esther L. Young Mr. and Mrs. George Zoukee ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The staff of the 1953 KNOLL expresses sincerest thanks to Mr. Robert Greener of The Comet Press, Inc., Mr. De Vineuti of the Purdy Studios, and the Faculty Advisors to the Yearbook Staff. Photo Credit Textphotos pp. 1 2, 69 It Has Been Our Pleasure To Serve You in the Cafeteria Throughout the Year CULLINAN INDUSTRIAL CATERERS, Inc. 63 FLETCHER STREET LOWELL Phone 2-6050 Industrial Catering Weddings Buffets Coffee delivered in 3, 5, 10 gal. Insulated Containers METRO MUSIC CENTER, INC. 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