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,MKkMim l ea»SSS UeaSiSt-T?i38 vmwtiiMfTnmssB , 0« • ■ STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS CLASS OF 1955 UML DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH LIBRARY REC ' D TO YOU - - MR. MALONE We have shared both pain and pleasure, dilemma and delight, during our association; this we remember. We recall and cherish the fun, the frolic, the laughs, the love that typifies our relationship. In grateful ap- preciation for all that you have done for us, as a class and as individuals, we humbly but sincerely dedicate to you this lasting record of our four years together at Lowell. May it serve in future years to make the past as the present, and bring us again close to you. Whether it be five, fifteen, or fifty years hence, our sentiments will remain as they are now— WE LOVE MALONE MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1955 Fours years ago, when you asked me to be your advisor, I said that it would be both a privilege and a pleasure to work with you. Now, four years later, I can say that it was all of that and more. It has been a wonderful experience to have watched you at work and at play, to have shared your plans and accomplishments, to have admired the good grace with which you ' ve met adversities. We have shared four years of phenomenal growth of your college; years that have seen an in- crease in the number of students, in student activities, in the number of faculty, and in physical facilities, culminating in your being graduated from a fine new building. Most important of all, you yourself have grown and show promise of such future growth that I, as a Teacher, can return the invitation you extended to me, and proudly ask, " Will you be one of us? " Each year you have sung a prize-winning song to your advisor. Now, with a full heart, he can reply, " I love you too, thank you for everything. " t me. m STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT LOWELL " And the child grew and waxed strong, full of wisdom; and the grace of God was in him. " Education is a discipline, an intellectual discipline which makes men at once servants of God, and masters of Themselves. True educational progress, therefore, consists not merely of Learning, but also of Thought and Reason exercised upon Knowledge. As New- man defined it, the real aim of education is " the clear, accurate vision and comprehension of all things, as far as the finite mind can embrace them, each in its place, and with its own characteristics upon it. " Progress consists not in preserving the mean, but in aiming at a high, an aim never fully achieved but never fully abandoned. We have all rejoiced to see how you have grown and waxed strong in the past four years. May the grace of God continue with you as you grow in the future, wherever you go from this place. Rightly, wisely and justly have you chosen the theme for the 1955 Knoll. In the past four years you have ex- perienced some of the trials and discomforts as well as some of the joys and triumphs of progress. You have shared in the realization of part of what is envisioned for our college. The sharing has meant adaption on your part to unavoidable confusion and change. You have always responded with patience, versatility and ingenuity in making these necessary adjustments. We have watched you grow in stature and in wisdom as you, too, have moved forward. Next fall you will assume your place among those who guard our heritage and transmit our culture. You will help prepare young minds and personalities which can adjust to this rapidly changing scientific and technological age. Help the children you teach to grow as you have grown and to react to change as you have reacted here. In addition to all these responsibilities you will have a share in the progress of our democracy . In the young people you will teach is the hope for progress of our great country. Work with them as you have worked with us. Bring to them the fine examples of character you have shown here. They will be better citizens for having known you. hncuoJ d % A ' coup corJ A measure of progress demands an understanding of the aims and objectives of a group. When first you came to the College, your aim was primarily to do what you could toward becoming an elementary or music educator. As you sought to achieve this goal, you recognized that many academic and social advancements were necessary to become a worthy member of the teaching profession. Now that you are ap- proaching graduation, you have realized the ultimate ob- jective. But progress, personally, academically, and pro- fessionally are not easily and completely attained. The future holds many years of continued growth and develop- ment. That your potential is abundant, you have already proved, but let us hope that you have learned the lesson of Chaucer ' s Clerk of Oxenford, who humbly realized this truth .... " And gladlv wolde he lerne, and gladly teche. " Ic ' A- June, 1955 Dear Mr. Malone, When we were freshmen, four years was an endless length of time. Yet one by one, they have slipped away, and now, almost without warning, we are about to leave our college for the last time. We take with us unforgettable memories— some carefree, some more serious— but all warm and vivid because you are part of them. Do you remember our first days together, when the Class of 1955 hobbled up and down stairways, preceded by the clanking of tin can " belts " , and the rattling of newspaper blouses? You must have been impressed— or perhaps " stunned " is a better word— by these, the future teachers of America. During this time of initiation, we became convinced that Juniors had but one aim in life, and that was to make Freshmen as miserable as possible. We soon learned, however, that this was but a superficial impression, and that beneath the stern faces were laughing hearts filled with a spirit of kindness and sincerity. Soon after initiation, we were made acquainted, through our Orientation Class (sub- title— " What Every Freshman Show Know " ) with what our future life at L. T. C. was to be. Our teacher, Miss Marguerite Gourville, then dean and now director of placement, was then as she is now, our guide. During our years here she has given us many messages, but this, her last to us, will remind us of the helpful advice of them all. 9 HP : . P?v : " ' , • t| ■• ' 1 :.. ' H pw Sf v -j I met you first early in May or June, or possibly as late as September in the year 1951. You came up the front walk all alone, or with a friend, or with a parent, turned left and entered the Dean ' s office for your interview. I met you again when you came to our Orientation program just before college opened, September the tenth. Then there were upperclass- men here to greet you, too. We spoke of you as " a group of very nice young people starting out " on your college career and were happy that you were to be with us at Lowell. I have never had occasion to change my original opinion, and as you read the pages of this annual you will know why. Miss Gourville proved to be a stabilizing influence on us during our first weeks here, but she was not the only person who tried to make us welcome here at L. T. C. We found here these other teachers, all of whom tried to make us feel at home. II. Erase, E. Ncilson, D. A. Hiscoe L. Knowles,]. Fitzgerald,!. Pioberts 10 Then, too, we knew a few other people who are no longer here to welcome the incoming classes. Do you remember these teachers, who helped to brighten our first two years at the College— Dr. John R. Hart, Professor Christine Kane, Professor Marie Guerin, and Librarian Irene McDonald? Although we had all these people to help us, it was quite some time be- fore we became accustomed to the newness of college life. We were not the only ones to feel the strange- ness of new experiences, however, for with us came others— new professors who helped to make our col- lege even better than it was. As you were a " fresh- man " too, you must have experienced the same lost feeling we knew at times, even though everyone was so helpful and friendly. D. Procopio, M. Wilson, C. Thompsom F. Caliri, H. M. Garrity, M. Shannon 11 . Fisher, T. Malloy, W. Mahne When we recall the warm welcome given to us by all of these faculty members, we can- not help but remember the contrast of the first greeting we received from our sister class. It was so friendly!- " FRESHMEN DON ' T SMILE! " We shook in our shoes every time we heard these words, or spotted the too familiar pink ribbon which symbolized the au- thority of the mighty Juniors. There were times when we were sure that our sister class really hated us. 12 They proved the falseness of our first impression, however, by the affection which they showed us at our first party at L. T. C— a party given in our honor by the same Juniors who, just a few days before, had caused us to shiver in fright. It was at this party that we were given our first hint of the friendship which was to grow and flourish during our two years together. When our sister class left the College in 1953, a void was created in our college life which has never again been completely filled. The " Junior to Frosh Party " was our introduction to the many different occasions which we enjoyed during our freshman year. Soon afterward, we held our first college dance. We wonder if you remember, as we do, the wonderful time had by everyone who attended. Not many of us will ever forget the " dancing-girl " panel-decorations, which be- gan as a serious artistic venture, but ended in almost hysterical hilarity, and added greatly to the fun of the party. With our first party a success, we plunged into our social life with confidence and an- ticipation. We scarcely realized, however, just how much this would include. First of all came the annual Fathers ' Night. Many a dad and daughter left this event with a light heart, but tired feet, from the strenuous square dances so well loved by members of both generations. Although Fathers ' Night was a favorite with many students, others enjoyed even more the magic of our Christmas Parties. Who could help but feel the contagious excitement mirrored on the faces of the children who visited us, making ours a true Yuletide celebra- tion 1 ? 13 The memories of all these good times bring to mind the salute of thanks which we owe to the organizations that helped to make them possible. We became acquainted with some of th freshi ese during our rresnman year. STUDENT COUNCIL L. to R.: G. Watson, ]. King, M. Doyle, C. Kenyon, Treasurer; ]. Sexton, C. Tewksburg, President; M. Hanley, Dr. ]. Fisher, Advisor; ]. O ' Neil, ]. Mallon, Vice-President; R. Davey, E. Lyons, Secretary; B. Sheehan, P. Murray, B. Davis. LECTURE AND LIBRARY COMMITTEE L. to R.: First row: B. Davis, Chairman; ]. Gawrys, V. Pxusso; Second row: L. Stdlivan, W. Joyce, Ad- visor; S. Aziz, H. Brase, Advisor; S. Fitni. Since we came, many more new organizations have originated, but we fondly remem- ber the ones that were traditional, long before we arrived at L. T. C. CAMPUS STAR Fin W T r ™ : M-fftrakos R h H S % I Mdloy l Ki " Z ' H - MelIo Sec ™ d -™ : P - Agarics, C. Flomp W .Term G Watson, Editor, R. Zabriek, D. Castles. Third row: ]. Abodeely, R. Davey H. Murphy, R. Collins, A. Forest, E. Cahill, J. Sullivan, G. Cunningham, Advisor MEN ' S A.A. L. to R.: R. Bishop, D. Lescard, }. O ' Neil, President, I. Ciszik, Advisor, D. Morgan, R. Massey Even with these organizations sponsoring our parties, they could never have been suc- cessful without the cooperation and aid of the custodians and office staff. They have given many services during our four years here, and always with a spirit of cheerful willingness. We are sure that you, as we, have a feeling of deep respect and appreciation for them. OFFICE STAFF CUSTODIANS B. Meagher, F. Braden, K. Byrt, M. Atherton D. Callahan, ]. Clement, C. Mousley As we neared the end of our first ten months of college life, we decided to show our ap- preciation for the help and advice always so selflessly given to us by our Big Sisters and Brothers. We felt that they deserved something special, so we made plans for a catered chicken dinner. Everything went so well that even we, the hosts, were surprised. We felt proud that we had been able to repay, to some degree the debt which we owed our sister class. 1 6 By the time this party was over, we began to feel a longing for the warm sunshine of summer days at the beach. Perhaps this longing was a part of the reason why we enjoyed so much the picnic which you, our newly elected advisor, gave for us at your summer cottage in Rockport. It was like a preview of summer vacation, and it soon became a looked-forward-to annual outing. Soon final exams were upon us, and we realized that one full year at L. T. C. was com- pleted. All sense of strangeness had disappeared, and we felt like veterans of college life, when we sang our songs on Class Day of 1952, the day which ended our first year of being college students— a year made memorable by your guidance and encouragement. 17 Our Sophomore year started on a bright note, with a new addition to our music faculty, as well as the arrival of four new professors in the elementary department. During their three years with us, they have justified the optimism with which they were greeted in Sep- tember, 1952, at our first All-College Assembly. L. to R.: G. Cunningham, 11. Drinan, M. McGanvran After this first meeting was over, and the routine of college life had begun, we once again heard the familiar cry— " Hail, Juniors! " Most of us, upon hearing it again, felt for an instant a cold qualm of apprehension, but we soon realized that we had no need to cringe. This time we were the innocent bystanders, and we learned how much fun initiation could be— providing one was not a freshman. L. to R.: W . Fisher, K. Kansanniva 18 We watched with admiration the way in which the freshmen stood up under toil and strife, and goodnaturedly obeyed the every command of their sister class. It is hard to realize that the wide-eyed " frosh " whom we first saw becomingly garbed in grain-bags have grown into the smart and sophisticated Junior Class. With initiation completed, we continued the cycle of college life, again highlighted by the annual parties and dances. In December of this year, the College Chorus gave an in- spired performance of " The Messiah " , for the benefit of the George Walsh Memorial Fund. This was very successful, and by now we were feeling quite proud of ourselves. CLASS OFFICERS-1956 L. to R.: F. Gallagher, Treasurer; ). King, President; M. Byrnes, Secretary; B. Frasier, Vice-President. Front: M. McGauvran, Advisor. 19 Soon after Christmas came the annual North Conway " Winter Weekend " . Expert and not-so-expert winter sports enthusiasts departed right after exams and returned for the sec- ond semester proudly sporting various bruises and scratches as badges of heriosm earned on the Eastern Slopes. Busy as we were with all these activities, we found the time for even more, as three new organizations, formed during our sophomore year, became an important part of col- lege life. 21 DRAMA CLUB C. Theodoidoit , President; K. Kansanniva, Advisor M. E. N. C. B. Robbins, President; D. Proco-pio, Advisor L. T. I. - L. T. C. NEWMAN CLUB A. Gillette, President; J. Fitzgerald, Advisor We were enjoying our added activities, and looking forward to our second semester of work, when our plans were shattered by the fire which caused us to evacuate our home at L. T. C. The courage and bravery shown by both students and faculty on that day of trial will long be remembered by all those who belong to our college. Aid soon come to the Students without College from our friends across the river, Lowell Technological Institute. With much excitement be began four months of an interesting and rewarding experience. After ad- justing to those long, long corridors, and the daily race from the Lounge to class each day, we gradually settled down. We even managed to keep up our spirits with " La Masque " , our sophomore dance, held in that dark, secluded place— Eames Lounge. With the hint of approaching summer once again in the air, we felt a desire for the wide, open spaces. Once wasn ' t enough for you, evidently, for you again took pity on your cooped-up little class and invited us to your summer home at Rockport. While the brave ones went swimming, the rest of us soaked up sun and witty conversation. After the weather got a little warmer, we held our farewell party to the Seniors at Beverly Webb ' s c amp. Between swimming, eating, practicing for our Class Day songs, and just talking, the day was full, and a " ball " was had by all. No one who attended Class Day of 1953 will ever forget it— for numerous reasons. First, this was the day that we returned to our own campus, and, greatly as we appreciated the hospitality of our L. T. I. neighbors, it seemed wonderful to be home. Even more than the return, we remember this day because, due to the tireless efforts of our master maestros, we won the long-sought-after and highly prized banner in Stepsinging. Our hat size was just a little larger after this event, and. though our throats were raw from all the excite- ment, we ended our Sophomore year feeling that the world was bright and gay. September of 1953 was an important month for our class, for with September came the " great divide " and we realized that our carefree days were over. One half of the class took the big step into the dark and mysterious methods courses; the other half continued in the field of general education. With this month of revision came another increase in faculty-people then unknown to us, now true friends. i lis m.M " ) C. Hughes, I. O ' LougJilin, W. Joyce, E. Gildav There were not the only new friends who arrived at L. T. C. in September of ' 53, for it was this month that introduced us to our " little sister " class. The introduction was filled with skepticism on the part of the " frosh " , as beseiged by falling buttons and dunce caps, they bowed low to salute the " mighty Juniors " . Through the confusion of these first clays, we saw the promise of this class being one of the best,— a promise which has been fulfilled during the two years it has been a part of the L.T.C. family. Once more our class proved that it " has what it takes " , when we rescued a dance that was to have been cancelled. Who will ever forget the newspaper posters and the " force- ful " ticket-selling campaign? The " Sudden Swing and Sway " proved to be a momentous occasion— not only because we made money (always a reason for rejoicing!), but because, though " sudden " , it was highly enjoyed by all. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Back Row. D. Santos, President; V. Joyce, Advisor. Front Roir: N. Espinola, Secretary; M. Jaccjiies, Treasurer. 27 At this time a new College Choir was formed. This choral group presents a picture pretty both to eye and ear, and since its origination, has brought many honors to the College. COLLEGE CHOIR | " W |i yi KNOLL STAFF 1955 A. Hassett, Editor; W. Malone, Faculty Advisor; ]. Roberts, Literary Advisor; D. liiscoe, Art Advisor. Another picture pretty to the eye was the glistening gold and blue of our newly acquired class ring— that token which to us symbolizes " college " with all the trimmings. With the year ' s activities now well on the way, our class began to think and plan ahead to the needs of the coming Senior year. The staff of the 1955 Knoll was elected, and the wheels ot publication were put into motion. 28 While some of the class started the Knoll on its way, others began making arrangements for the highlight of our social calendar-Our Junior Prom. On the evening of December twenty-seventh we were to be seen in all our finery at the Hotel Somerset in Boston-the culmination of our planning. The parties before and after the prom and the hours of din- ing and dancing are all brought to mind by our souvenir mugs and bracelets and they still bring back the warm glow of the Christmas holidays of ' 53. The second semester ushered in a new student teaching program at L. T. C. Since the classes of the college had in- creased greatly over the years, those of us who had been taking methods were again divided. Some of us went first into the training schools considered " on campus " . Here we met teachers, new to us, who supervised our student teaching. WASHINGTON SCHOOL A. Kiernan, C. O ' Connor, A. Ward, H. McGowan, Prin., G. Keith, M. Hayes, K. Kearney. BARTLETT SCHOOL E. Burns, G. Bailey, M. Wallace, T. McSorley, Prin., A. Kier- nan, E. Coffey, F. Moriarty, H. Coyne. 3 ° Some of us went " off campus " , teaching in various communities. This was an experience that afforded us not only an opportunity for student teaching on two levels, but also an added insight into the profession. To provide a way for all the class to meet together, we inaugurated, at your suggestion, the policy of evening class meetings. These gatherings proved not only informative, but entertaining as well. During the semester, the M. E. N. C. staged a production that was highly entertaining from start to finish. In fact, this first of what was to be the annual " Bops Pops " , starring many of our seniors, created some- thing of a sensation. Another " first " in social endeavors came in the form of the annual Mothers Tea, sponsored by the Student Govern- ment Associati on. A new twist was added by having the tea in the form of a fashion show. Both faculty and students were greeted by loud applause as they came down the ramp modelling the stunning clothes of Michael Jay. 32 Shortly following this showing of newest styles, came another " fashion show " as many of the latest creations were dis- played at the All College Formal. An " Evening in Paris " with the King and Queen will long be remembered. Class Day 1954 put another feather in our much-decorated cap. Again under our musical maestros with the help of our sweet harmony, peppy numbers, flags and confetti, we copped the banner for the best in inter-class competition. We began our senior year with a bitter-sweet sensation. We felt both the satisfaction of a task which is nearing its completion and the apprehension of an approaching separation of friends. Again we watched our class separate as one half movedout into student teaching and the other half moved back to the college proper. As the fall sped rapidly on, we began to know the infant class of L. T. C. We are sure that they will prove a credit to our school. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS G. Brunelle, Treasurer; D. Procopio, Advisor; ]. Sexton, President; A. Forrest, Vice-President, B. Krysiak, Secretary. 38 Also adding to the credit of our expanding college are the members of the faculty who came in the fall of ' 54. P. Bregor, ]. Ryan, W. Burto, 1. Ciszek The expansion of all phases of our college life was sh own by the progress made of our basketball team. The forma- tion of cheer leaders added to its prestige and a truly collegiate ball team began piling up points. hirst Roxv: P. Dunigan, R. Masse, B. Mullin, B. Sinibaldi, Capt., }. Liberies, P. Sheehy. Second Row: A. Boden, D. Santos, H. Cowan, B. Collins, D. Sullivan, W. Carey. Our sports program was not the only phase of our college life which was growing. New organizations which offered the students even more opportunities for the development of special interests were formed. CREATIVE WRITING CLUB R. Sinibaldi, President; ]. Roberts, Advisor SCIENCE CLUB G. DeSimone, President; A. Hughes, Advisor IONA CLUB -4K2L W. R. O. Advisors: H. Garritv, E. Neilson COLLEGE BAND ALL COLLEGE CHORUS Progress was taking place not only m the increase of faculty, student body, and activities, but also in the college pro- per. It was a thrill to witness the fulfillment of a dream as the new addition to L. T. C. neared completion. As parties are always of special interest as a means of gathering the entire class together, we staged our Senior Smorgasbord. Here we played the dual role of both host and special guest. Will you ever forget the trouble we had keeping those casseroles piping hot? The underclassmen added greatly to the success of our supper by giving generously of their many talents. Between our clubs, our activities, and our studies, we were kept very busy and happy. They say when one is happy, time takes wings. How true! With our smorgasbord behind us, we realized that one quarter of our final year had already passed. The second annual " Bops Pops " proved to be no exception to the rule that Lowell ' s talent is outstanding. Every act was unique and enjoyable and was made even more so by the music of the newly formed Lowell Teachers College Dance Band. Since " Bops Pops " had left everyone with their feet tingling with the desire to dance, the Sophomores and Seniors began collaborating for the " Harvest Moon Glow " . The co- operation and harmony of ideas proved profitable as the decorations and entertainment more than reflected the time and effort and ingenuity put into them. 44 Thanksgiving blended into Christmas and everyone began cramming for the approaching exams. Having come and gone, they left all of us with a feeling of exhaustion and the mid-winter mountain trip was welcome and refreshing. All too soon the second semester was underway. The prospect of graduation was becoming a reality and we realized that we would soon complete our fourth year. Once more we would take differents paths but this time we would have your principles to guide us. Although you may be advisor to many other classes in the future, we hope they will never fully take our place. You see, Mr. Malone, we will always be— 47 Your Class- CLASS OFFICERS Seated: K. Harrington, Treasurer; M. Hanley, President; P. Murray, Vice-President; D. Campbell, Secretary; N. Mahoney. Standing: W. Malone, Advisor; V. Russo. 48 Ts sclMs MARILYN RAE HANLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary- President with personality plus . . . laughing eyes . . . " Goodbye, Gray Ghost! " . . . " It was the most! " ... " I like mature men! " PHYLLIS ANN MURRAY B.S. Ed., Elementary Enthusiastic Vice-President . . . life-guard tan . . . " Let ' s have a partv! " . . . " Newman Club fonisbt, kids! ' " 50 DOROTHY RUTH CAMPBELL B.S. Ed., Music " Ma honey, Harry " . . . impish humor . . . " Quel drag! " . . . Super Secretary ... " I get soooo nervous! " ■■■■HHB1 KATHLEEN VERONICA HARRINGTON B.S. Ed., Elementary Flying trips to the bank . . . " Em squelched! " . . . " The Hostess with the Mostes ' on the Ball " . . . " Pile in, kids! " . . . shares others ' problems. 51 DOLORES ESTHER AMARO B.S. Ed., Elementary Helping hand . . . " me and my shadow " . . . fun loving and fun making . . . " Topsy " . . . Pat ' s pal. ELIZABETH APOSTOLAS B.S. Ed., Elementary Latin temperament . . . photogenic . . . . . Italian hov haircut . . . new. 52 ELIZABETH ANN BARRETT B.S. Ed., Elementary " Brenda Starr " . . . nose for news . . . pleasant smile . . . copper curls . . . " Am I late? " DOROTHY BOARDMAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Strawberry blonde . . . happy-go-steady . . . " my ship ' s comin ' in " . . . quiet charm ... " I got a letter todav! " 53 PAULINE ESTELLE BOEGLIN B.S. Ed., Music Sympathetic and sincere . . . " Weekend with the Stars " . . . thoughtful . . . keyboard mastery . . . conscientious. PATRICIA ALFREDA BOLAN B.S. Ed., Elementary High " blush " pressure . . . burns the midnight oil . . . infectious laughter . . . warm-hearted . . . " Creeping down the stairs! " v 54 MARY CATHERINE BOYLE B.S. Ed., Elementary Pleasant to know . . . quiet and unassuming square dance enthusiast . . . lends an ear . " Saw vou at the Commodore. " BETTY LOUISE BRAWLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Unique artistry . . . casual manner . . . tall and willowy . . . sunny disposition . . . cooperation galore. 55 PATRICIA MARY BURKE B.S. Ed., Elementary Tiny tailoress . . . Parisian look . . . happy Hamptonite . . . nifty knitter . . . " Any mail? " ELLEN FRANCIS CAHILL B.S. Ed., Elementary Argyles and Annapolis . . . Honey-locks . . . knee- socks . . . bright and breezy . . . " When I was on the playground . . . " 56 EARLENE ANN CAMERON B.S. Ed., Elementary Movie fan . . . pen pals . . . WCAP enthusiast . . . amateur disc jockey . . . " California, Here I Come! " JOHN HENRY CARTON, JR. B.S. Ed., Music " Stella by Starlight " . . . Masterful Maestro . . . " I hate to disagree with you, but ... " ... All for the M.E.N.C. . . . " Sing, D--- it! " 57 DOROTHY G. CAVOURES B.S. Ed., Elementary Modest dependability . . . cordial manner . . . Five-star scholar . . . rides for all . . . Miss Robin Hood. DEONE PATRICIA CAYO B.S. Ed., Elementary " Dark Eyes " . . . music lover . . . gift of gab . . . mistress of harmony . • • " What ' s wrong with the Irish? " 58 JOAN LILLIAN CINQ-MARS B.S. Ed., Elementary Earnest and reserved . . . quiet sincerity . . . conscientious . . . good listener . . . " Where ' s our class? " RUTH H. CONNORS B.S. Ed., Elementary Amiable . . . winner at whist . . . " You know what I was thinking ... " ... casual stride . . . " Whaddya talking about? " 59 ANN MARGUERITE COONEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Lover of leisure . . . able authoress . . . " Ridiculous! " . . . straightfaced humor . . . cool, calm and col- lected. LILA CAROLYN COUNTER B.S. Ed., Elementary Stylistic . . . " Baubles, Bangles and Beads " . . . mistress of the baton . . . " lamour oa . . . " Who ' s qot some cards? " 60 ARLENE FRANCES CREEDEN B.S. Ed., Elementary Howard Johnson ' s V.I. P. . . . Miss Efficiency . Vogue coiffure . . . takes everything in stride . " Now, seriously ... " y AUDREYANN CRONIN B.S. Ed., Elemental) Blue-eyed blonde . . . " You have to care! " " Miss Legs " -. . . coffee-time at kursaal ' s " Gentlemen Prefer Blondes " 61 HOPE PATRICIA CROWLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary " The Hope Diamond " . . . impish saintliness . " Wally!! " . . . Hope and Dotty — " Sisters " . dancing heart. CONSTANCE A. CUMMINGS B.S. Ed., Elementary Pert and peppy . . . tiny dynamo .. . " Ya know? " . . . quick wit . . . On to the Blue Ridge Mountains. 62 BARBARA LOU DAVIS B.S. Ed., Music Infectious giggle . . . " The G Clefs " . . . demure coquette . . . fluttering eyelashed . . . " Honey " . DOROTHY ANN DEBURRO B.S. Ed., Elementary Warm-hearted . . . always agreeable . . . sensitive, diligent . . . conservative . . . " Geeeee! " 63 JEANNE MARIE DEVER B.S. Ed., Elementary Blue-eyed stare . . . casual clothes . . . casual atti- tude . . . " Phi Psi Forever " . . . bermudas and kneesocks. •■ ' « JOSEPH JOHN DONNELLY B.S. Ed., Elementary The Collegiate Look . . . shy (?) . . . surrounded by women . . . few words, many thoughts . . . Oh, those argyles! 64 DORIS MARY DONOVAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Our Lucky Legacy . . clicking high heels . hate me! " . " Lons: Distance Loves " . . . radiant smile ' You MARGARET ANN DOYLE B.S. Ed., Elementary Casual dependability . . . Keyboard Kapers . . . subtle humor . . . sports enthusiast . . . friend indeed. 65 CARLENE ANN ERICKSON B.S. Ed., Elementary Peppy Steppies . . . " I ' ve got connections . . . U.N.H. transfer . . . jolly disposition . . . sparkling blue eves. FRANCES MARIE ROSE FANTINI B.S. Ed., Elementary Short clips and quips . . . Fran ' n Ann . . . gazelle leaps . . . year-round tan .. . " Fabulous! " 66 CAROL LENORA FOLKINS B.S. Ed., Elementary Travel lover . . . artistically inclined . . . friendly and agreeable . . . " But I like Western movies! " . . . On to the Golden Gate. " 4 i • 3 " )M • 4 VIRGINIA C. GARLAND B.S. Ed., Elementary Good conversationalist . . . professional . . . " My litde girl " . . . fun-loving . . . the P.T.A. forever. 67 JANET E. GAVIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Never shook . . . " People ... " ... Section sec. . . . dry humor . . . " Just one more cup of coffee! " ELAINE JOAN GIDDIS B.S. Ed., Elementary Pertly petite . . . aesthetic sensitivity . . complexion . . . long list of admirers . you read ' Pogo? ' " creamy . . " Do 68 DENISE NOELLA GOSSELIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Lovely smile . . . charming sincerity ... a late- comer . . . willing worker . . . quiet ambition. JOYCE GRAMAS B.S. Ed., Elementary " Where ' s my hat? " . . . days at Happy Hampton . . . knitted suits . . . " This is too much! " . . . letters to Korea. 69 BETTY LOU GROSS B.S. Ed., Elementary Demure daintiness . . . little-girl sophistication . . . petticoats galore . . . " The Green Hornet " . . . not too talented! ANNE MARIE HASSETT B.S. Ed., Elementary " With two TV . . . contemporary of Aristotle . . . Super-Chief problems . . . sports devotee . . . " The best Yearbook yet! " 70 DANIEL F. HORGAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Proud poppa ... " I have to be at work at .. . " . . . cleancut and capable . . . Horgan, Inc., Roofers Extraordinary ... " I have to cash my check. " RITA BARBARA JAMES B.S. Ed., Elementary Tall and talkative . . . mambo magic . . . our poet laureate . . . deep feeling for others . . . Tm too happy! " ? 71 MARGERY ANN JONES B.S. Ed., Elementary Wide-eyed wonder . . . nonchalant . . . In " boy coiffure . . . giggles . . . " Realleee? " LORRAINE MARY KALIL B.S. Ed., Elementary Sympathetic, dependable . . . native dances . . . understanding listener . . . considerate . . . " Chopin! " 72 CAROL GERTRUDE LACASSE B.S. Ed., Elementary Overwhelming enthusiasm . . . " Josephine " . sports major . . . conscientious . . . " She said . 4 S ' MARYJANE LAROQUE Tiny and trim ing glance . . enthusiasm. B.S. Ed., Elementary . friendly by nature . . . captivat- little boy shirts . . . effervescent 73 CLARE ELIZABETH LINSCOTT B.S. Ed., Music The silver strings . . . " Are you riding with me? " . . . sweet ' n serene . . . hidden talents . . . " Blondie. " CLAIRE ADELE LOESER B.S. Ed, Music Understanding . . . good-natured . . . " Oh, you sweetheart! " . . . four-octave range . . . " I ' ve got to gain some weight! " 74 ELLEN LOUISE LYONS B.S. Ed., Elementary Sig Ep sweetheart . . . Winter Carnival Queen . . . northward bound on weekends . . . operatic? . . . " Highly excellent! " JOANNE HELENA McCARTHY B.S. Ed., Elementary Smiling face . . . " The Happy Wanderer " . . . sun and saltwater . . . happy heart . . . optimistic outlook. 75 MARIE ANITA McGARRY B.S. Ed., Elementary Right out of Vogue . . . mistress of melody independent sophistication . . . photogenic " Up in the Air. " DOROTHY ANN McNAMARA B.S. Ed., Elementary Boyish bob . . . glamour — with freckles . . . " Dottie Mac " . .. slimmer and trimmer . . . " I ' m all shook! " 76 KATHLEEN GERTRUDE MADDEN B.S. Ed., Elementary Sun-tanned kid . . . nonchalant wit . . . " Why, certainly! " . . . warm smile . . . enjoys herself. NORANNE MARIE MAHONEY B.S. Ed., Elementary " Irish Eyes " . . . radiant friendliness . . . the bio Hello! . . . activity plus . . . " Swing your partner! " 77 JOAN MARIE MALLON B.S. Ed., Elementary " Nothing but glittering generalities! " . . . versatile Veep . . . neat note-taker . . . has a way with words . . . sincere and sensitive. r l JOAN IRIS MARTIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Tall and trim . . . " Tallulah " . . . cool sophistication . . . " Where ' s M. J.r " . . . " Crazv! " 78 EILEEN PATRICIA MORAN B.S. Ed., Elementary " My Buddy " ... all aglow at furlough time . . . ' Miss Mo ' ran " . . . called " Eye " ... " ' magine that? " JOAN FRANCIS MULLEN B.S. Ed., Elementary Blithe spirit . . . casual elegance . . . dares to be different . . . carefree sophisticate . . . late-comer. 79 PAUL O ' LOUGHLIN B.S. Ed., Music " There I was ... " ... shutterbug . . . man about toXvn . . . happy-go-lucky . . . " Playing the game. " JOSEPH BERNARD O ' NEIL, JR. B.S. Ed., Elementary Don Yawn . .. intense and frank . . . " Yussel " . . . borrowed sneakers . . . " Wait ' ll I build mv steam car 1 " 80 BARBARA MAE PAASCHE B.S. Ed., Music Subtle wit . . . letters from German) ' . . . cooly competent . . . everything always under control . . . " ladv bass. " ADELINA MARY PALLERIA B.S. Ed., Elementary Tempest in a teapot . . . " slim line " . . . prefers heels . . . " Are vou wm° to . . .7 " " I need a ride home! " 81 SARAH JEWELL POLAND B.S. Ed., Elementary iMusic lover ... " a letter a day " ... on to the U. of Mass. . . . optimistic . . . " Car trouble? " O i. EDWARD MORRIS REYNOLDS B.S. Ed., Elementary Rugged individualist . . . delights in arguments . . . flair for art . . . straight from the shoulder . . . " And what did yon bring today? " 82 BEVERLY HYDE ROBBINS B.S. Ed., Music Unpredictable questions . . . " Walt says " . . . that broad A . . . " The Hills of Home " . . . " Everyone should be married! " VIRGINIA MARY RUSSO B.S. Ed., Elementary Energetically efficient . . . keen-edged wit capricious manner . Pennsylvania summer. undaunted spirit 83 FRANCES GERTRUDE RYAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Demon driver . . . " Long hair for me! " . . . happy talk . . . classy glasses . . . " Listen to this, kids! " EDITH BARBARA SANTERELLI B.S. Ed., Elementary Striking simplicity . . . " Well, you know " . . . clothes galore . . . " I ' m not Joan! " . . . Latin beauty. 84 CLAIRE MARIE SARNIE B.S. Ed., Music Dartmouth weekends . . . willing worker . . . " I ' m not well! " . . . gay wit . . . " If vou had onlv told me! EILEEN DOLORES SILVA B.S. Ed., Elementary Fresh out of a bandbox . . . someone lovely original creations ... a smile for everyone " Sweet Thing. " 85 4 ■■■ . " ... . JOAN ROSALIE SIRRY B.S. Ed., Elementary Cashmere sweaters . . . dangling earrings " When she ' s all dolled up " . . . statuesque dramatic personality. BARBARA ANN SLAVIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Smart dresser . a ball, kids! " . . . quiet enthusiasm . . . " Let ' s have sweet kid . . . coal-black hair. ■ 86 MARGARET C. SLAVIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Chi-chi . . . " N ovv vv hat do vou think of that? ' . . . summers at Hampton . . . novel quips hlond pony-tail. ANN LOUISE SULLIVAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Angelic face . . . impish smile . . . still knitting . always working, never busy . . . " Hi, Peachie! ' 87 JOAN CATHERINE SULLIVAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Things different . . . loves those bracelets . . . soft- spoken . . .intelligent remarks . . .creative talent. JANET MARIE SWEET B.S. Ed., Elementary ' My gang " . . . amiable redhead . . . cherry pie It ' s siesta time " . . . the name ' s the same. 88 JANE C. SZAREK B.S. Ed., Elementary Chatterbox . . . determined optimist . . . effervescent miss . . . " Yaaaaah! " . . . perpetual motion. CAROL TEWKSBURY B.S. Ed., Music Kinetic personality . . . Cape Cod Coed . . . super-skier . . . matchless leadership . . . " How To Be Charming. " 89 CLARA KLEONIKE THEODOULOU B.S. Ed., Elementary Definite opinions . . . The Drama Club! . . . " Mr. K. says ... " ... varied talents . . . " Can we have some volunteers? " u MARGARET MARY THOMAS B.S. Ed., Elementary Latent electricity . . . three-toned tan . . . honey blonde . . . " Holv Toledo! " . . . unaffected. 90 VIRGINIA MARIE VIEL B.S. Ed., Elemental ' :v Letters and Lou . . . given to startling statements . . . gracious enthusiasm . . . that diamond sparkle . . . " C ' est la vie! " LILLIAN GRACE VIOLA B.S. Ed., Music Individuality of thought . . . " Let ' s race it! " . flying fingers . . . " Words and music by — . " Hit it, kids! " 91 BEVERLY LENORE WEBB B.S. Ed., Elementary " Fabulous! " . . . hair stylist . . . sweater-and-sock sets . . . the silver skates . . . affable nature. M. JEAN WILSON B.S. Ed., Elementary Medley of everything nice . . . " I ' m all shook! " . . . roguish blue eyes . . . subtle wit . . . sweet smile. 92 - jffi MP rr« 4g£ CONSTANCE ROBERTA ZING B.S. Ed., Elementary Peppery . . . fearlessly frank . . . Maine weekends . . . trim and tailored . . . dvnamie. DOROTHY LINDA TALLARD B.S. Ed., Elementary The busy one ... " I love bananas " ... a bridal blush . . . Giant fan . . . absolutely unruffled. 93 TANGENTS BURKE, NANCY CARROLL, DANIEL CLEMENS, TOAN DIXON, RICHARD DOYLE. TAMES ESILE, FRANK FINNEGAN, ANN 1-INNEGAN, JANICE K)YE, CATFTERINE GLEASON, JEAN GODDARD, JANICE GROVES, GWENDOLYN HICKEY, IRENE KELLEHER, MARY L,HEUREUX, RAYMOND LEBOWITZ, GLENNA MAINS, PATRICIA MALLARD. MARTFIA McOUADE, ANNE MORRISON, PHILLIP NETTLES, VELMA O ' CONNOR, RICHARD PROULX, SHIRLEY McDEVITT, FRANCIS RAMALHO, TEAN VADENBON ' COEUR, 1AMES WHITE, BARBARA 94 CLASS HYMN-CLASS of!955 —Words aaoL music bq Lilliaa oIol fe s r?F ,.CZZI i m a-ther our oJtcmdGft.- £ S£ flL -+or. J d hJ J J J I K I ' AlSt Loch ' i |tjh(a VK or hA ZE-5. 4 -e- t S HcS Tnt. L okt fit Life Rd-h anX bkss-ci i Jrisz: f4r j +kit Ujbt e,u-er m re. y j j «lj i? E sh Kcorv. u , fes fc CW- a;«L, 2 -©- pra.cf f7 c T T -e - ( KNOLL 1955 DIRECTORY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT LOWELL SENIOR DIRECTORY AMARO, DOLORES Forest St. Wilmington Glee Club 1, 2 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Crea- tive Writing Club 4 . . . Drama Club 4 . . . Section Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. APOSTOLAS, ELIZABETH 408 Adams St. Lowell Glee Club 1 . . . Drama Club 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. BARRETT, ELIZABETH 16 Mansur St. Lowell Class Vice-President 1 . . . Campus Star 2, 3. BOARDMAN, DOROTHY 30 Highland St. Lawrence W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2, 3. BOLAN, PATRICIA 4 West Eleventh St. Lowell Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . W.R.O. 4, Board 4 . . . Newman Club 4. BOYLE, MARY 10 Fernwood St. No. Andover Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4. BRAWLEY, BETTY 85 Hume Avenue Medford Glee Club I, 2 . . . Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Knoll 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Campus Star 3 . . . Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Vice- President 2. BURKE, PATRICIA 23 Farley St. Lawrence Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.R O. 4 . . . Glee Club 1. BOEGLIN, PAULINE 29 Norman Rd. No. Andover M.E.N.C. 3, 4 . . . College Choir 4. CAHILL, ELLEN 69 Middlebury St. Lawrence W.R.O. 4 . . . Newman Club 4 . . . Campus Star 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. CAMERON, EARLENE 256 Stevens St. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2 ... . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . W.R.O. 4. CARTON, JOHN 1 1 Salem St. Woburn College Choir 3, 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice -President 4. CAVOURES, DOROTHY 444 Fletcher St. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 3 . . . Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Campus Star. CAMPBELL, DOROTHY 62 Marion St. Medford Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Class Secretary 2, 3, 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. CAYO, DEONE 35 Daly Rd. Medford Newman Club 2, 3, 4 ... Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. CINQ-MARS, JOAN 81 Mt. Hope St. Lowell W .A.A. 1, 2 . . . Newman Club 2, 3 . . . Class Librarian 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4. Creative Writing Club 4. CONNORS, RUTH 571 Chelmsford St. Lowell Glee Club 1 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. COONEY, ANN 104 Gates St. Drama Club 2, 3 . 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. Lowell Creative Writing Club COUNTER, LILA 668 Chelmsford St. Glee Club Club 4. 1 W.R.O. 4 Lowell Newman CREEDEN, ARLENE 10 Stevens St. Medford Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Cheerleader 2, 3. CRONIN, AUDREYANN 27 Newport Ave. Medford W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. CROWLEY, HOPE 69 Reservoir St. Lawrence Glee Club 1 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . New- man Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A A. 1, 2, 3. CUMMINGS, CONSTANCE 10 Cypress St. Chelmsford W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Newman Club 2. DAVIS, BARBARA 316 Rogers St. Lowell Campus Star 1 . . . M.E.N.C. 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Lecture Fund Comm. 4 . . . Student Council 4. DEBURRO, DOROTHY 37 Bromfield St. Lawrence Drama Club 2 . . . Glee Club 1. DEVER, JEANNE 7 Wolcott Rd. Woburn Section Sec ' y. 1 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 2 . . . Drama Club 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. DONNELLY, JOSEPH 54 Lane St. Lowell M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Secretary M.A.A. 4 . . . Newman Club 4. DONOVAN, DORIS 1194 Middlesex St. Lowell Student Council 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Pegasus 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. DOYLE, MARGARET 54 Hampshire St. Methuen W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 3 . . . W.R.O. 4, Board 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Pegasus 4 . . . Section Sec ' y. i. SENIOR DIRECTORY ERICKSON, CARLENE 433 Whittier St. Andover Drama Club 2 . . . Iona Club 4 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . W.R.O. 4. FANTINI, FRANCES 65 Beach St. Haverhill Newman Club 1, 2 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . W.A.A. 2 . . . W.R.O. 4. FOLKINS, CAROL 24 Crowley St. Glee Club 1, 2 W.A.A. 1. Lowell Drama Club 2 GARLAND, VIRGINIA 26 Huntington Ave. Lowell GAVIN, JANET 22 Haseltine St. Haverhill W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . Sec. Sec ' y. 3, 4. GIDDIS, ELAINE 145 Bellevue St. Lowell Knoll Staff 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . .New- man Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Sec. Sec ' y. 3, 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. GOSSELIN, DENISE 197 West St. W.A.A. 3 . . Club 2, 3, 4. W.R.O. 4 Lawrence Newman GRAMAS, JOYCE 207 Third St Lowell Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. GROSS, BETTY North St. Tewksbury W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . Pembrook Confer- ence 3. HANLEY, MARILYN 22 Brodie Ave. Haverhill W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Class President 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . N. Y. Conference 2. HASSETT, ANNE MARIE 939A Main St. Woburn W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 3 . . . Drama Club 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Knoll Editor-in- Chief . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . N. Y. Conference 4. HORGAN, DANIEL 23 Dudley Rd. Wilmington M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. JAMES, RITA 20 Seventh St. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. JONES, MARGERY 629 Wilder St. Lowell W.A.A. I, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Glee Club 1. KALIL, LORRAINE 26 Plymouth St. Methuen W.R.O. 4 . . . Women ' s Chorus 3, 4 . . . College Choir 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 4 . . . Col- lege Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. LACASSE, CAROL 1 1 3 Pelham St. Methuen W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4, Board 4 . . . Glee Club 1, 2. LAROCQUE, MARYJANE 84 Foster St. Lowell W.R.O. 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Campus Star 1. LINSCOTT, CLARE 341 Great Rd. No. Acton W.R.O. 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Iona Club 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 LOESER, CLAIRE 40 Huntley St. Maiden College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Band 3, 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . College Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4. McCarthy, joanne 76 Lura St. Lowell Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Campus Star 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Pegasus 4. McGARRY, MARIE 100 Bowden St. Lowell Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Choir 3, 4 , . . Drama Club 2, 3 . . . Newman Club 3, 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 3, 4. McNAMARA, DOROTHY 25 West Fifth St. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4. MADDEN, KATHLEEN 20 Greenfield St. Lowell Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Campus Star 1 . . . Drama Club 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Pegasus Staff 4. MAHONEY, NORANNE 57 Davis St. No. Andover Glee Club 1, 2 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2, 4 . . . Campus Star 1, 2 . . . Class Librarian 4 . . . Cheer leader 3 . . . Newman Club 3, 4. MALLON, JOAN 1 Birch St. Lawrence W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Student Council Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4 . . . North Adams Conf. 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Pegasus 4 . . . Knoll Co-Assoc. Ed. 4 . . . Campus Star 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Drama Club 4. MARTIN, JOAN 107 Gates St. Glee Club 1. Lowell MORAN, EILEEN 230 Cheimsford St. Chelmsford W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Campus Star 2 . . . Lecture Fund 1 . . . Newman Club 2, 3. HARRINGTON, KATHLEEN 156 North Rd. Chelmsford Class Treas. 3, 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . LYONS, ELLEN 136 Pleasant St. Woburn Campus Star 2 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Student Council Sec. 4 . . . Drama Club 2, 3 Knoll Co-Assoc. Ed. 4. Newman Club 2, 3. MULLEN JOAN 253 Princeton Blvd. Lowell Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Drama Club 4 . . . Camplus Star 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY MURRAY, PHYLLIS 120 Monument St. Medford W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 2 . . . Class Vice-Pres. 3, 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4 . . . Campus Star 4 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Sec. Sec ' y. 2. O ' LOUGHLIN, PAUL 29 Forest St. Lowell Choir 3, 4 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Band 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. O ' NEIL, JOSEPH 70 Marston St. Lawrence Basketball 1 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 . . . N. Y. Conference 4. PAASCHE, BARBARA 223 Dale St. Waltham M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Iona Club 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. PALLERIA, ADELINA 32 Temple St. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. POLAND, SARAH Boxboro R. F. D. West Acton Glee Club 1, 2 . . . M.E.N.C. 4 . . . Chorus 4. REYNOLDS, EDWARD 55 Brookside Ave. Winchester M.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . Crea- tive Writing Club 4 . . . Pegasus 4. ROBBINS, BEVERLY 186 Lebanon Ave. Pittsfield M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Iona Club 4. RUSSO, VIRGINIA 25 Baxter Terrace West Medford Class Sec. 1 . . . Drama Club 4 . . . New- man Club 4 . . . Knoll 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Lecture Fund Rep. 4. RYAN, FRANCES 26 Fountain St. Lowell Glee Club 1 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3 . . . Campus Star 1, 2, 3. SANTERELLI, EDITH 225 River St. Haverhill Newman Club 1, 2 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . W.R.O. 4. SARNIE, CLAIRE 61 Sagamore Ave. West Medford Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 3, 4 . . . Knoll Staff 4. SILVA, EILEEN 31 Winthrop Ave. Lowell Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Campus Star 3 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Pegasus 4. SIRRY, JOAN 235 River St. Haverhill Newman Club 1, 2, 3 . . . Drama Club 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Campus Star 1 . . . Glee Club 1. SLAVIN, BARBARA 23 Oxford St. Lowell Glee Club 1 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4. SLAVIN, MARGARET 23 Oxford St. Lowell Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2 . . . W.R.O. 4. SULLIVAN, ANN 9 Conlon Terrace Lowell Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2. SULLIVAN, JOAN 45 High St. Andover Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Campus Star 3, 4 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Pegasus 4. SWEET, JANET 12 Highland Ave. Chelmsford W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Drama Club 3, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4, Board 4. SZAREK, JANE 2 1 1 Lakeview Ave. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Newman Club 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . W.R.O. 4. TEWKSBURY, CAROL 43 Warwick St. Lowell Student Council 2, 3, Pres. 4 . . . Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Knoll 4 . . . M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 ... W. R. O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Band 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. THEODOULOU, CLARA 309 Pearl St. Cambridge Glee Club 1 . . . Class Treas. 1, 2 . . . Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Drama Club 2, 3, Pres. 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. THOMAS, MARGARET 34 Scott St. Woburn Glee Club 1 . . . Newman Club 4 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . W.R.O. 4. TOLLARD, DOROTHY Treble Cove Rd. Billerica W.A.A. 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4. VIEL, VIRGINIA 37 Sunset Ave. Lawrence Drama Club 2, 4 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Crea- tive Writing Club 4 . . . Lecture Fund Comm. 3. VIOLA, LILLIAN 39 Swains Pd. Rd. Melrose M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 1, 2 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Knoll Staff 4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. WEBB, BEVERLY 120 Warwick St. Lowell W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Board 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Glee Club 1. WILSON, M. JEAN 12 Columbia Terrace Haverhill Glee Club 1 . . . W.A.A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Board 3 . . . W.R.O. 4 . . . Chairman Rings, Caps and Gowns. ZING, CONSTANCE 102 Brown St. Methuen Glee Club 1 . . . W.A.A. 1 . . . Chorus 4 . . . Drama Club 2 . . . Creative Writing Club 4 . . . W.R.O. 4. SPECIALS DONNELLY, DOLORES 115 Parker St. Lowell EASTMAN, VELMA 5 Wells Rd. Reading MANGIAGLIA, MAUREEN 29 Strathmore Rd. Methuen PAPPAS, IRIS 9 Phillips St. Lowell STALTARE, ERNEST 22 Chester St. Lowell JUNIORS Aziz, Shirley 10 Gloucester St. Methuen, Mass. Beaupre, Irene 336 Pawtucket St. Lowell, Mass. Breen, Alice 21 Garfield St. Medford, Mass. Brigham, William 236 Washington St. Haverhill, Mass. Cappucci, Rita 74 Evans St. Medford, Mass. Castles, Dorothy 499 High Street Lowell, Mass. Cheetham, Priscilla 35 Intervale Ave. Dracut, Mass. Clarke, Janice 47 Varnum St. Lowell, Mass. Cornacchia, Anthony 49 Johnson St. Lowell, Mass. Cronin, Elizabeth 56 Union St. Woburn, Mass. Cullen, Lorraine 82 Bacon St. Winchester, Mass. Curran, Ann Louise 42 Sidney St. Lowell, Mass. Daley, Marcia 392 Princeton St. Lowell, Mass. Davey, Rita 25 Garen Terrace Lowell, Mass. DeLorme, Suzanne 4 Washington St. Lowell, Mass. DeSimone, Gwendolyn 65 Larch wood Rd. Methuen, Mass. Devine, Marguerite 13 Fulton St. Methuen, Mass. DiLoreto, Gildo 42 Mayhew St. Dorchester, Mass. Durant, Frank 37 Winthrop St. Everett, Mass. Esposito, Mary 660 River St. Haverhill, Mass. Favuzza, Gloria 56 Prince St. Boston, Mass. Flomp, Clementine 167 School St. Lowell, Mass. Frazier, Robert Mashpee Rd. Santuit, Mass. Gallagher, Frederick 156 Methuen St. Lowell, Mass. Gallagher, Mary Lee 36 Sargent St. Lowell, Mass. Garbutt, Gretchen 79 Pleasant St. Winthrop, Mass. Gaudette, Arthenese 19 Shepherd St. Haverhill, Mass. Geary, Marie 56 Butterfield St. Lowell, Mass. Giles, Marilyn 44 Royalston Ave. Lowell, Mass Greelev, Carolyn 313 Hazel St. Wareham, Mass. Hayes, Jacqueline 628 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. Jacobs, Alfred 45 Falmouth St. Boston, Mass. Kenvon, Carol 200 Highland Ave. Lowell, Mass. Killam, David 44 Harvard St. East Bedford, Mass. King, Janet 106 Otis St. Medford, Mass. Kittredge, Gerald 22 Jennes St. Lowell, Mass. Laman, Richard 1 1 1 Webster St. Arlington, Mass. Langlois, Donald 104 Blaisdell St. Haverhill, Mass. Lescard, Donald 163 Howard St. Lowell, Mass. McEnanv, Regis 12 Church St. No. Chelmsford, Mass. McGovern, Francis 41 19th St. Lowell, Mass. McGrath, Richard 39 Witham Ave. Dracut, Mass. Mcintosh, Cornelia 73 Reservoir St. Lawrence, Mass. McLaren, Mary 1 Boston Ave. Arlington, Mass. McMahon, Jane 17 Ouannapowitt Ave. Wakefield, Mass. Madden, Margaret 15 Elm St. Andover, Mass. Mangan, Helen 1 00 West St. Lowell, Mass Mohan, Maureen 62 Eastern Ave. Woburn, Mass. Mitchell, Carol 1180 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. Moore, Mary-Ellen 47 Florence Ave. Lowell, Mass. Mullen, Marie 20 Coral St. Lowell, Mass. Obey, Joan 9 Randolph St. Arlington, Mass. O ' Brien, Ann 319 Fairmont St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Connor, Joan 1 1 Linwood Rd. Lowell, Mass. O ' Leary, Sheila 28 Auburn St. Methuen, Mass. Orenstein, Arlene 1 5 View St. Haverhill, Mass. O ' Shea, Marv 195 Moore St. Lowell, Mass. Papleacos, Stephen 12 Groton St. Lowell, Mass. Perkins, Marjorie 79 Lakeview Ave. Lowell, Mass. Petrakos, Marie 161 School St. Lowell, Mass. Ploski, Ann 14 Boardman St. Newburyport, Mass. Regan, Patricia 56 Arlington St. Lowell, Mass. Reis, Carolvn 22 E. Aldea St. W. Chelmsford,. Mass. Rentzeperies, Iris 264 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, Mass. JUNIORS Reynolds, Marv 38 Winter St. Medford, Mass. Rich, Dolores 1 Franklin St. Wakefield, Mass. Rimas, Marion 76 Spruce St. Lawrence, Mass. Riordan, Mary 73 Tower Rd. Methuen, Mass. Scarmeas, Virginia 19 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. Scott, Emily Lyman Rd. Chester, Mass. Semekis, Mary 104 Butterfield St. Lowell, Mass. Sinibalidi, Robert 139 Saratoga St. Lawrence, Mass. Sullivan, Mary A. 6 Stearns Ave. Lawrence, Mass. Sullivan, Mary L. 202 Washington St. Winchester, Mass. Townshend, Douglas 457 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Walker, John 1 1 Stone St. Revere, Mass. Walsh, Shirley 41 Burtt St. ' Lowell, Mass. Warren, Marjorie Crescent St. Stowe, Mass. Watson, Georgia 386 No. Billerica Rd. Tewksburv, Mass. Weafer, Eleanor 33 Bedford Rd. Woburn, Mass. Woods, Shirley W. Main St. Northboro, Mass. SPECIALS Harris, Lora 53 Prospect St. Wakefield, Mass. McCormack, Mary 18 Williams St. No. Andover, Mass. SOPHOMORES Ackerman, Raymond 389 Pleasant St. Dracut, Mass. Allen, Patricia 8V2 Portland St. Lawrence, Mass. Anderson, Phyllis 61 Tolman Ave. Lowell, Mass. Annan, Gail 120 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. Armstrong, Robert 24 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Ataide, Grace 16 Strathmore Rd. Methuen, Mass. Barbara, Annette 7 Euclid Ave. Winchester, Mass. Bergeron, Pauline 65 Fourth St. Lowell, Mass. Bistany, Jane 525 Lowell St. Lowell, Mass. Bluteau, Jeanne 45 Faulkland St. Brighton, Mass. Bowden, Alice 64 Central St. Lowell, Mass. Bradbury, Monica 682 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Brennan, Eleana 279 Fairmount St. Lowell, Mass. Bvrne, Margaret 125 Bunkerhill St. Lawrence, Mass. Cameron, Elizabeth 37 Briarwood Ave Billerica, Mass. Carrow, Faith 212 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Carter, Joan 10 Chardon Rd. Medford, Mass. Chevalier, Lillian 54 Twiss Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Cogger. Ann 408 Pine St. Lowell Mass. Connors, Joan 930 Main St. Winchester, Mass. Corbett, Cecilia 76 Fountain St. Medford, Mass. Davis, Kathleen 96 Llewellyn St. Lowell, Mass. Delehantv, Elaine 114 Bellevue St. Lowell, Mass. Dilavore, Beatrice 24 Bates St. Methuen, Mass. Donaher, Virginia 350 Montvale Ave. Woburn, Mass. Donahue, Joan 566 Clark Rd. Lowell, Mass. Donahue, Mary 1367 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Dyer, Pauline No. Broadwav Salem, N. H. Eliopoulos, Despena 28 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Espinola, Nancy 63 Hampshire St. Methuen, Mass. Flahertv, Ruth 18 Carter St. Woburn, Mass. Flanders, Patricia Davis St. Tyngsboro, Mass. Fortin, Winifred 170 Medford St. Charlestown, Mass. Funi, Sharleen 24 Jackson St. Haverhill, Mass. Gardella, Ann 37 Davenport St. Haverhill, Mass. Garside, Marilyn 183 Sladen St. Dracut, Mass. Gawrys, John 21 Alder St. Lawrence, Mass. Gomes, Frances 507 Central St. Lowell, Mass. Greene, Jocelvn Kendall Rd. Tyngsboro, Mass. Hannagan, John 89 Arlington St. Lawrence, Mass. Harrington, Grace 44 Seventh St. Lowell, Mass. Hawes, Helen 699 Winthrop St. Medford, Mass. Havden, Dorothy 151 Grand St. Lowell, Mass. Hayes, Ann 27 Manchester St. Lawrence, Mass. SOPHOMORES Hey, Marjorie 66 Pleasant St. Lawrence, Mass. Higby, John 49 Brantwood Rd. Arlington, Mass. Hoar, Priscilla 128 West Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. Hughes, Judith 7 Mill St. Lowell, Mass. Husson, Terry 4 Cranes Ave. Lowell, Mass. Jacques, Marion 27 Summer St. Milford, N. H. James, Mary Grove St. Pinehurst, Mass. Kerkian, Margaret 138 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. LaChance, Jacqueline 990 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. Lay son, Faith 362 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Le Blanc, Elva 51 Prescott St. West Medford, Mass. Liberies, Jacob 49 Sachem St. Lynn, Mass. McGovern, Barbara 105 Arlington St. Lawrence, Mass. McGrail, Evelvn 43 Twelfth St. Lowell, Mass. McHale, Janet 3 Wachusett St. Lowell, Mass. Masi, Sandra Maple St. Middleton, Mass. Masse, Raymond 97 Tremont St. Lowell, Mass. Mello, Hazel 77 Brick Kiln Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Meunier, Nancy 155 West St. Ludlow, Mass. Michaud, Michelle 8 Avon Ave. Methuen, Mass. Meille, Joan 310 Merrimack St. Methuen, Mass. Miller, Judith 455 Grove St. Reading, Mass. Molleur, Robert 23 Main St. N. Chelmsford, Mass. Molloy, Janice 34 Haines Ave. Lowell, Mass. Mowat, Joyce 104 Pine St. Andover, Mass. Murphv, Elaine 505 Main St. Woburn, Mass. Murphy, High 12 School St. Somerville, Mass. Murray, Patricia 120 Monument St. Medford, Mass. Narkiewick, Rita 18 Carter St. Woburn, Mass. OLoughlin, Irene 23 Dunfey St. Lowell, Mass. Ostman, Sylvia 13 Swain Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Pappadopoulos, Edith 136 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Potter, Norma 29 Magnolia St. Lawrence, Mass. Poulias, Sultana 83 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. Ouinn, Ann 96 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. Rochette, Theresa 22 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. Rousseau, Therese 63 Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. Santos, Richard 108 Beacon St. Somerville, Mass. Selvaggio, Ronald 14 Freeman St. Haverhill, Mass. Sheehan, Bertha 165 Greene St. No. Andover, Mass. Shugrue, Anne 49 Kinsman St. Lowell, Mass. Smith, Martha 505 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. Speedie, Joan 90 Falmouth Rd. Arlington, Mass. Sullivan, Miriam 149 Pike St. Tewksburg, Mass. Taft, Bettejane 30 Wollaston St. Lowell, Mass. Terris, William 66 Wilson St. No. Billerica, Mass. Walsh, Mary 67 Nelson St. Winchester, Mass. Wells, Ralph Oakham, Mass. Zabierek, Rov 50 Hildret ' h St. Chelmsford, Mass. SPECIALS Bishop, Ronald 680 Blosso St.. Fitchburg, Mass. Boden, Arthur 29 Bristol Ave. Swampscott, Mass. Daly, Edward 123 Moore St. Lowell, Mass. Maynard, Janice 92 Cambridge St. Lawrence, Mass. Milliken, Lois 187 Turnpike St. No. Andover, Mass. Peters, Margaret 259 Congress St. Medford, Mass. FRESHMEN Abodeely, Joan 52 Clare St. Lowell, Mass. Anderson, Marcia 289 So. Main St. Bradford, Mass. Ashe, Katherine 50 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Axon, Beverly 52 Stedman St. Chelsmford, Mass. Bancroft, Priscilla Marshall St. RFD 1 Tewksbury, Mass. Beauchesne, Margaret 25 Jackson St. Methuen, Mass. Bellanti, Gerard 2 Auburn St. Lawrence, Mass. Blades, Florence 661 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. FRESHMEN Bowers, Sewell 15 Church St. Lowell, Mass. Bridgeford, Lois 35 Puffer St. Lowell, Mass. Brockway, Judith 796 Charleton St. Southbridge, Mass. Brunelle, Gerard 43 Beaner St. Lowell, Mass. Burke, Maureen 19 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. Bushold, Joan 87 Saunders St. Lawrence, Mass. Carey, Patricia 20 Swan St. Lowell, Mass. Carey, William Main St. Dighton, Mass. Cassidy, Cornellia 146 Woodland St. Lowell, Mass. Collins, Robert Allen Road Billerica, Mass. Conway, Betty 149 Midland St. Lowell, Mass. Conlon, Carole 22 Bennington St. Lowell, Mass. Cornwall, Viviavn 17 Abbot St. Westford, Mass. Corrigan, Catherine 112 Saratoga St. Lawrence, Mass. Cowan, Manson Shirley Road Groton, Mass. Crossman, Marjorie 276 Andover St. Lawrence, Mass. Cunha, Joan 45 Winthrop St. Lowell, Mass. Curry, Joseph 900 Boston Road Pinehurst, Mass. Daher, Eleanor 17 Whitman St. Lawrence, Mass. Darley, Joan 142 Eastford Rd. Southbridge, Mass. Dawson, Bette 16 Granite St. Methuen, Mass. DePetrillo, Dolores 166 Lawrence St. Lawrence, Mass. Desmaris, Paul 302 Textile Avenue Lowell, Mass. Despres, Pauline 212 Waters St. Lawrence, Mass. Devlin, Rita 4 Bonad Rd. Winchester, Mass. Dimariano, Rita 335 Chestnut St. Lowell, Mass. Dorsey, Marguerite 187 Arlington St. Lowell, Mass. Dunigan, Peter 6 Fourth St. Graniteville, Mass. Enis, Donald 26 Evergreen St. Chelmsford, Mass. Fitzpatrick, Faye 60 North St Methuen, Mass. Flanagan, Joyce 536 School St. Lowell, Mass. Flomp, Oueena 167 School St. Lowell, Mass. Flood, Anne 18 Page St. Revere, Mass. Forest, Albert 28 Leroy St. Lowell, Mass. Fox, Barbara 4 Kimball Ave. Lowell, Mass. Gagnon, Leonard 25 Willis Drive No. Chelmsford, Mass. Gallagher, Mary 36 Sargent St. Lowell, Mass. Gardner, Anne 98 Converse Ave. Maiden, Mass. Giampa, Rosemarie 18 Tremont St. Lowell, Mass. Gillick, Julie 66 Waverly Rd. No. Andover, Mass. Goss, Jacqueline 12 New Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. Gouveia, Gabriel 53 A Street Lowell, Mass. Griffin, Mona 105 Warren Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. Haggerty, Elizabeth 15 Englewood Rd. Winchester, Mass. Hall, Marilyn 32 Rock St. Lowell, Mass. Harrigan, Barbara 12 Stone Ave. Winchester, Mass. Flarrison, Marilyn 20 Walter St. Medford, Mass. Hayes, Anne 137 Arlington St. W. Medford, Mass. Hentz, Robert Salem Road No. Billerica, Mass. Hey, Marjorie 66 Pleasant St. Lawrence, Mass. Hogan, Patricia 41 Water St. Westboro, Mass. Hutchings, Karla Corthill Rd. Billerica, Mass. Jenkins, Mary 404 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. Jordan, Anne 40 Everett St. Lawrence, Mass. Joyal, Rita 135 Summer St. Lowell, Mass. Kilmartin, Anne 825 Boston R d. Billerica, Mass. Knoop, Robert 12 Greendale Ave. Lowell, Mass. Kregotis, Lorraine Vine St. Andover, Mass. Krysiak, Barbara 37 Shawmut Ave. Lowell, Mass. LaBrie, Richard 101 Temple St. Haverhill, Mass. Laganas, Patricia 118 Saunders Ave. Lowell, Mass. Lawlor, Marilvn 195 Emerald St. Maiden, Mass. Leary, Gail 22 Anderson St. Lowell, Mass. Lee, Catherine 63 Madison St. Medford, Mass. Leonard, Mildred 70 Bellevue St. Lowell, Mass. Loftus, Edward 62 Albion St. Lawrence, Mass. Lombard, Rita 10 Manning St. Woburn, Mass. McCarthy, Deborah 35 Oakland St. Lowell, Mass. FRESHMEN McCarthy, Joyce 41 Harold St. No. Andover, Mass. McCarthy, Mona Bedford St. Burlington, Mass. McCarthy, Patricia 10 Allyn Terrace Lawrence, Mass. MacDonald, Lee 55 Norcross St. Lowell, Mass. MacElhinny, Lois 102 Summer St. Medford, Mass. McQuade, Kathleen 73 Farley St. Lawrence, Mass. Maguire, Teresa 181 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. Mahonev, Mary 75 Foster St. Lowell, Mass. Martin, Brenda 49 Baltimore Ave. Lowell, Mass. Martineau, Pauline 426 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. Mason, William 6 Fenwick Terrace Lowell, Mass. Melia, Margaret 63 Allston St. Lawrence, Mass. Merten, Alice Concord Rd. Billerica, Mass. Miller, Maureen 26 Miland Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. Miskell, Anne 935 Central St. Lowell, Mass. Molloy, Janice 34 Haines Ave. Lowell, Mass. Mooney, Patricia 42 Harrison Ave. Woburn, Mass. Moore, JoAnn 84 Thayer St. Lowell, Mass. Morookian, Rosalie 115 Shaw St. Lowell, Mass. Murchie, Merlene 17 Mishawum Rd. Woburn, Mass. Nagle, Barbara 48 Robbins St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Brien, Anthony 266 Shaw St. Lowell, Mass. Panageotopoulos, Marie 34 Savoy Ave. Dracut, Mass. O ' Connor, Mary 60 Boswell St. Lowell, Mass. Papavacil, Sophie 219 Winter St. Haverhill, Mass. Peck, Robert 306 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. Peroney, Mary 84 Reed St. Lowell, Mass. Peterson, Judith 85 Monroe St. Agawam, Mass. Posnick, Sally 144 Summer Ave. Springfield, Mass. Purtell, Mary 318 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Rabias, Harriet 34 Columbus Ave. Lowell, Mass. Mullin, Robert 87 Winthrop Ave. Lowell, Mass. Peloian, Beverly 28 B St. Lowell, Mass. Regan, Margaret 27 Common Ave. Lowell, Mass. Retelle, Marjorie River Road Andover, Mass. Reusch, Mary 26 Piatt St. Lawrence, Mass. Santos, Florine 40 Linden St. Lowell, Mass. Schena, Marilyn 50 Hancock St. Lowell, Mass. Seminatore, Anne 10A Flagg St. Woburn, Mass. Sexton, Joseph 63 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. Sheehy, Paul 136 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Silvia, Evelyn 270 Mulberry St. Fall River, Mass. Spence, Jeanne 3 5 Tremont St. Lawrence, Mass. Stuart, Sally Sawyer St. Merrimac, Mass. Sullivan, George 52 Loring St. Lowell, Mass. Sweenev, Cornelia 79 Warren St. Lawrence, Mass. Taylor, Wilma 719 Broadway Fall River, Mass. Todd, Geraldine 6 Indian Hill Rd. Lowell, Mass. Traverse, June 65 Dal ton St. Chelmsford, Mass. Trovato, Angelo 55 Brook St. Lawrence, Mass. Turilli, Irene MacArthur Rd. No. Reading, Mass. Unice, Cecile 148 Fort Hill Ave. Lowell, Mass. Wallace, Joan 7 Old Budge St. Buzzards Bay, Mass. Whitely, Janice 1 Clinton St. Lowell, Mass. Whitmore, Patricia 110 Granville Ave. Medford, Mass. Wood, David 17A Rhodes Ave. Lynn, Mass. Yannalfo, Carol 16 Munroe St. Haverhill, Mass. Young, Sally 45 Swan St. Lawrence, Mass. SPECIALS Cagliuso, Frank 124 Governor Rd. Winthrop, Mass. Giles, James 44 Royalston Ave. Lowell, Mass. Staltare, Ernest 22 Chester St. Lowell, Mass. Walsh, Ann 18 Trowbridge St. Arlington, Mass. Sheehan, Francis 684 North St. Tewksburv, Mass. PATRONS AND PATRONESSES MR AND MRS. JOHN M. AMARO MRS. MARION ATHERTON MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. BARRETT MR. AND MRS. HAROLD BOARDMAN MR. MICHAEL H. BOLAN MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. BOYLE MRS. FLORENCE F. BRADEN PROF. AND MRS. PAUL BREGOR MISS ESTHER P. BURNS MISS KATHLEEN BYRT MR. AND MRS. JOHN S. CAHILL MISS MARGARET A. CAHILL MR. AND MRS. GEORGE P. CAVOURES MR. AND MRS. JEROME F. CINQ-MARS PROF. AND MRS. IGNATIUS A. CISZEK MR. AND MRS. FRANK J. CONSENTINO MRS. JAMES E. COONEY MR. AND MRS. BERNARD S. CREEDEN MR. AND MRS. EDWARD A. CRONIN MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. CUMMINGS MRS. EMMA DEBURRO MR. AND MRS. ROGER A. DEMERS MR. AND MRS. PHILIP P. DEVER MRS. HELEN V. DONNELLY MR. AND MRS. ROBERT G DOYLE MR. AND MRS. EDWARD A. ERICKSON MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD A. FOLKINS MR. AND MRS. SPIROS GRAMAS MR. AND MRS. THOMAS R. HANLEY MR. AND MRS. CHARLES D. HARRINGTON MR. AND MRS. J. FRANK HASSETT PROF. AND MRS. DEMERRITTE A. HISCOE MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM JAMES MR. AND MRS. KENNETH E. JEWELL PROF. AND MRS. WILLIAM JOYCE MRS. MICHAEL KALIL MISS ALICE G KIERNAN MISS ANNA C. KIERNAN PROF. AND MRS. EDWARD T. KNOWLES MR. AND MRS. LEO R. LACASSE MR. AND MRS. THOMAS F. LYONS MRS. KENNETH F. MADDEN MRS. JAMES H. MALLON PROF. AND MRS. THOMAS A. MALLOY, JR. MRS. BEATRICE MEAGHER MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH H. McCARTHY MAJOR AND MRS. JOHN M. McGARRY MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH McNAMARA MRS. FRANCIS A. MORAN MISS KATHERINE E. MORAN MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. MURPHY MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. MURRAY MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH PALLERIA MR. AND MRS. ROBERT POLAND DR. AND MRS. JAMES RYAN MR. RICHARD SALICCO MR. AND MRS. SECONDO SANTARELLI MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH B. SHAW MR. AND MRS. MANUAL S. SILVA, JR. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH C. SULLIVAN MR. AND MRS. N. M. SWEET MRS. PHYLLIS TEWKSBURY MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. THEODOULOU MR. AND MRS. ROMEO VIEL MR. AND MRS. FRANK WEBB MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM WILSON MRS. DOROTHY J. ZING We extend our sincere thanks to all those, who by their encouragement and support, contributed to the successful production of the 1955 KNOLL. KNOLL STAFF Anne Marie Hassett, Editor SPONSORS PROF. AND MRS. HERMAN H. BRASE DR. WILLIAM BURTO PROF. FORTUNATA CALIRI MISS ELIZABETH COFFEY PROF. GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM PROF. HELEN G. DRINAN DR. AND MRS. JOHN J. FISHER DR. AND MRS. WILLIAM R. FISHER PROF. JOHN R. FITZGERALD A FRIEND PROF. H. MARIE GARRITY PROF. EDWARD F. GILDAY PROF. MARGUERITE L. GOURVILLE PROF. AUDREY C. HUGHES MISS KATHERINE KEARNEY MISS GEORGIANNA KEITH PROF. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. MALONE DEAN MARY McGAUVRAN MR. AND MRS. HENRY McGOWAN MR. THOMAS McSORLEY PROF. 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