University of Massachusetts Lowell - Sojourn / Knoll Yearbook (Lowell, MA)

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19 57 C.3 uty. w x4a ' i ty ■ ■» - TBI ■ .Jf£91 » • J§L J P j f . •i il fi i -•-, ,1 i M " II « , 1 ' •» x ! 9 . I • ,! V ? %$ ' ■ : N. 1957 KNOLL ROY ZABIEREK. Editor iJ b SM§S t C 1 jr ' „-» fgfmwmms ititmi ! ' 1 1 f ■ £ « i v ' v •■!- ' • • ■-, ' »iHSS WI$ • ■ ' - ■1- lgJlB ,. " P t JKdH r 4 »»T iS a Teachers College Lowell, Massachusetts Today we bid farewell to Associate Professor Herman H. Brase, senior member of our faculty, our beloved friend and colleague. Her- man Brase came to Lowell State Teachers College in 1923, thirty-four years ago, coming here from Longmeadow where he had as a student in his school a little boy named Foster Furcolo. In his many years at Lowell he has made outstanding contributions to the life of the City as well as the College. As minister in the Lutheran Church, as admin- istrator of the Parker Lecture Fund, as Secretary of the Lowell Labor Management Citizens Committee, as teacher for more than a quarter century at the Nursing School of the Lowell General Hospital, his in- fluence for good and for truth have permeated and strengthened the entire community. We will miss his wisdom, his counsel and his loving kindness. God speed him in his later years. z — p jy DEDICATION This yearbook is dedicated to Herman H. Brase, Associate Professor at Lowell State Teachers College. 1923-1957 To Mr. Brase, we wish to express our gratitude, our admiration, and our good will. The class of 1957 and Mr. Brase graduate together, we to commence the work in the world for which his efforts have helped prepare us; Mr. Brase to become " Retired Leisure. " He has " worked taskwork and has the rest of the day to himself. " DANIEL H. O ' LEARY President Lowell State Teachers College You have chosen as your theme " The Merrimack River. " Is it be- cause to you the river symbolizes life itself from its birth in the hills until its end in the bosom of the eternal deep? Or do you envisage the spread of education from its origins at the Pierian and Kastalian springs flowing through the centuries until it reaches the infinite sea of wisdom whose final depths are yet unplumbed by questing men? Or is it because the river symbolizes the teacher who carries the swell- ing waters of learning to increasing multitudes and whose influence cleanses the souls and nourishes the minds of succeeding generations? May you, like the river, grow in depth and wisdom through the coming years. D. H. O ' Leary REUNION-1956 President O ' Leary and family with Bishop John J. Wright of Worcester, who gave the inaugural address at Pres- ident O ' Leary ' s installation in 1951. Pictured, left to right, are Nancy C, James J., Dr. O ' Leary, Robert A., Deborah A., Ellen C, Mrs. O ' Leary and Daniel H., Jr. Four years ago an earnest graduate of Harvard and Simmons College School of Library Science came to Lowell Teachers College to take over the duties of li- brarian. His youngest students were members of the Class of ' 57, and under his guidance they grew toward mature and professional individuals. The students of this class felt the influence of this man and selected him their advisor. For four years he has been at the helm of the ' 57 ship, and has won the respect of all who have known the combination of synr pathetic understanding, clear insight, and subtle humoi in his personality. Truly he has taught us to " strive, hold cheap the strain, " for " the best is yet to be. " With deep humility and just pride we say, " Thank you, Mr. Joyce. " PROF. WILLIAM D. JOYCE Mr. Joyce was always available for advice when we needed it. Here he talks with Ann Shugrue, Judy Miller, Bob Molleur, Pauline Bergeron, Bob Armstrong and Jocelyn Greene. 8 ■HBTArflHI 1 ■ ■ ' . IVbtoS ■ 1 ■ ffj ■ 1 - ■ B B B ■ Bfl BB 1 V " t r-B BR " _b1 ' BAY ml , ■ BfeL. . BJ ; BJ BB :■ ■111 JM - m ' iv J Bjra i MB II JH BB hb ■Bk R bBBBB bbbbBK m m m L r 1 ijp 3 A v ' B] i Bjto Bj| «flBLt B Bi ' mb 1 m 1 t i ■« It r J JbH bWIbbbH ■■; aBJ 1 ' • ByJfc M-Hyi Sfcw,,- Bj ' w P " || L » ArflJ HbH la w iW Mlif f V HB BKk . V r 1 " If I seem a little confused this morning, it ' s because gies and also Mrs. Joyce. Above we see the two cute causes of Mr. Joyce ' s apolo- TO THE CLASS OF 1957 We have, you and I, come to the open sea after four years of travelling down the river symbol- ized in the theme of this year ' s Knoll — a river traversing your college undergraduate life. We have shared the calm placid reaches of the academic stream where our journey was easy and pleasant, and we have shared the rapids and cataracts where the going was hazardous and trying. Now, when the swirling current of the river mingles with the deep surge of the ocean — the world outside our ivied walls — we prepare to part. As in most leave-takings, this one has elements of both sadness and happiness combined in it. I am happy that your goal in coming to Lowell State Teachers College has been attained, but my pleasure is tempered with the knowledge that we must now go our separate ways, and that the experience I have enjoyed so deeply must come to an end. For both of us, however, this is really only another beginning. You are about to embark on your new career, perhaps the finest open to anyone — that of teacher to the young. As a librarian, I, or my colleagues, will continue to serve you in your new undertaking. I, therefore, take my leave of you now knowing that you will continue to grow in wisdom and understanding and looking forward to the time when we will meet once more. iUl£Ci y« . A 4 cM S» -.. (N v . " $ Mi af -fc yHS vyTk! i Building a bridge to aid us in our journey, the faculty has taken a group of young men and women, and have fashioned them into compe- tent teachers, who under their influence will also dedicate themselves to to this, their life ' s work. . ' $ t»vjj % fc£? vV V -Wit til »• K ; i!«- Cf r , •V - " ' " • " - i vXv • : , - -• ' ». » l , ' " ■ • - :v-- ' .1 • ' 4 " t - ■• " EWK- •x -= f3M T v -is ' Nw ; JULIAN ROBERTS Dean of Men Acting Chairman, English Department Director of Extension Studies Advisor, Pegasus Columbia Univ., B.A., M.A. " Five miles meandering with a mazy motion the sacred river ran . . . . " S. T. Coleridge Like Coleridge ' s river coursing through Xanadu, so you, the Class of 1957, have coursed your province of under- graduate higher education. Your early meanderings led you through the difficult years of proving yourselves equal to the challenge. . . .success as freshmen and soph- omores. Your mazy motion of methods and professional experiences strengthened that proof, and your attain- ment of the right to don academic robes has brought sureness and swiftness to the motions which realized your potential. MARY E. McGAUVRAN Dean of Women Director of Admissions S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., Boston Univ., Ed.M., Ed.D. Prom many sources you, of the Class of 1957 have come to be one strongly integrated force. By working and playing together these past four years you have gathered strength and purpose until now with light and with truth you are ready to go along your course. Each of you will move to his untried shore sustained by the knowledge and the wisdom you have gathered in this port. you glide smoothly from this harbor outward, on- ward, and upward, may all who feel your strength he better for having sailed along your course. 12 MARGUERITE L. GOURVILLE, Professor, Marywood College, B.S.Ed., B.U., M.A., Chair- man of Professional Education, Director of Stu- dent Teaching and Placement; EDWARD F. GILDAY, JR., Professor, N. Y. University, B.A., M.A., B.U., D.Mus.A., Chairman of Music Education; FRANCIS X. GUINDON, Assistant Professor, Univ. of Notre Dame, B.A., S.T.C. at Bridgewater, Ed.M., Harvard Univ., Ed.D-, Social Sciences, Assistant Dean of Men; ELIZABETH A. NEILSON, Assistant Professor, B.U., B.S.Ed., Ed.M., Acting Chairman, De- partment of Health and Physical Education, Assistant Dean of Women, Co-Advisor, W.R.O.; SECOND ROW: DeMERRITTE A. HISCOE, Associate Professor, Mass. School of Art, B.S.Ed., Tufts Univ., Ed.M., Art; MARGARET R. SHANNON, Assistant Professor, S.T.C. at Low- ell, B.S.Ed., Harvard Univ., Ed.M., Education; WILLIAM R. FISHER, Professor, N.Y. Univ., B.S.Mus., M.A., B.U., Ed.D., Music Education; FRANCIS P. O ' HARA, Professor, Boston Col- lege, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Paris, Ph.D., Chair- man, Department of Social Sciences, Advisor, Sophomore Class and Newman Club; THIRD ROW: H. MARIE GARRITY, Instructor, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., M.Ed., Health and Physical Education, Co-Advisor, W.R.O.; WIL- LIAM H. MALONE, Associate Professor, Bos- ton College, B.S., Ed.M., Physical Science, Book- store Advisor; FORTUNATA C. CALIRI, In- structor, Emmanuel College, A.B., Boston T.C., Ed.M., English, Literary Advisor, Knoll; WIL- LIAM C. BURTO, Instructor, Colgate Univ., B.A., Harvard Univ., M.A., Ph.D., English; FOURTH ROW: JOHN R. FITZGERALD, Assistant Professor., B.U., B.S.Ed., Ed.M., Social Science; KALERVO KANSANNIVA, Associate Professor, S.T.C. at Fitchburg, B.S.Ed., M.Ed., B.U., M.A., Speech and Theater Arts, Advisor, Drama Club; PAUL BREGOR, Instructor, B.U., A.A., B.Mus., M.Mus.Ed., Music; IGNATIUS A. CISZEK, Instructor, Arnold College, B.S., B.U., Ed.M., Health and Physical Education, Coach, Basketball and Baseball, Advisor, M.A.A. DEDICATION OF THE MABEL BANKS WILSON ROOM in 1956 brought the aid of a high fidelity set to Lowell ' s students in their study of music, donated by Miss Mabel B. Wilson, for- mer faculty member. Pictured in the room at dedication are Dean Roberts, Miss Wilson and Librarian Joyce. Guiders of our thoughts, molders of our character, FRIENDLINESS AND HELPFULNESS are the words that best describe Mrs. Braden, the faculty secretary, pictured below at her desk. She commands the deepest respect of all of us. 13 JOHN J. FISHER, Professor, St. John ' s Univ., A.B., Columbia Univ., M.A., Ed.D., Chairman, Department of Science and Mathematics, Ad- visor, Student Council; GERTRUDE M. CUN- NINGHAM, Assistant Professor, Education, B.U., B.S.Ed., Ed.M., Director of Public Rela- tions, Advisor, Campus Star; J. THOMAS BID- LACK, Instructor, Music, Oberlin Con., B.Mus., Advisor, Freshman Class; EDWARD T. KNOWLES, Assistant Professor, Social Science, S.T.C. at Bridgewater, B.S.Ed., Fletcher School of International Law, M.A. SECOND ROW: HELEN G. DRINAN, Assistant Professor, Edu- cation, Columbia Univ., B.S., Ed.M., Harvard Univ.; DOMENIC R. PROCOPIO, Associate Pro- fessor, Music, Harvard Univ., B.A., M.A., B.U., Ph.D., Advisor, M.E.N.C. and Junior Class. PATRICIA E. GEHRT, Instructor, Science, N.Y.S.C. for Teachers at Albany, B.A., M.A., Advisor, Science Club; JAMES M. RYAN, Assistant Professor, English, Univ. of Mass.,B.S., B.U., M.A., Ph.D. THIRD ROW: THOMAS A. MALLOY, JR., Assistant Professor, Social Sci- ence, Univ. of Va., B.A., Colgate Univ., A.M.; CYRUS D. THOMPSON, Associate Professor, Music, Penn. S.C., B.S.Ed., Univ. of Rochester, M.M., B.U., Ed.D., WALTER P. COPLEY, Instructor, Mathematics, B.C., B.S., M.Ed.; IRENE BOURGET O ' LOUGHLIN, R.N., Col- lege Nurse. FOURTH ROW: AUDREY C. HUGHES, Instructor, Mathematics, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, A.B., B.U., A.M., on leave of absence; GEORGE J. M. GRANT, M.D., College Physician. Making us worthy to assume Left: Dr. Daniel H. O ' Leary, President of L.T.C., proposes to the student body future plans for physical expansion of the college ' s plant. Panelists who expressed the reaction of the various interested groups were: Hugh Murphy, representing the student body, Margaret Shannon, representing the alumni, Dr. Gilday, representing the Music Department, and Professor Marguerite Gourville, who spoke for the Education Department. Right: Dean Mary McGauvran models an outfit at the annual Mother ' s Tea. 11 THOMAS F. McSORLEY, Master and Prin- cipal, Bartlett School, Holy Cross College, A.B.; HENRY E. McGOWAN, Master and Principal, Washington School, L.T.I., B.S., B.U., Ed.M.; ELIZABETH C.COFFEY, Supervising Teacher, Grade Six, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S. Ed.,B.U.,EdM. SECOND ROW: ESTHER T. BURNS, Super- vising Teacher, Grade 5, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., Harvard Univ., Ed.M.; GERTRUDE M. BAILEY, Supervising Teacher, Grade Two, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., S.T.C. at Fitchburg, Ed.M.; ALICE G. KIERNAN, Supervising Teacher, Grade Four, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., Ed.M. THIRD ROW: CHERRY DIA- MOND, Supervising Teacher, Grade One, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., S.T.C. at Fitchburg, Ed.M.; MARYCLARE HAYES, Supervising Teacher, Grade Three, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., Ed.M.; KATHERINE F. KEARNEY, Super- vising Teacher, Grade Six, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., Ed.M. FOURTH ROW: ALMA L. WARD, Supervising Teacher, Grade One, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., Ed.M.; GEOR- GINA P. KEITH, Supervising Teacher, Grade Two, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., Ed.M.; EDWARD S. BYRNE, Supervising Teacher, Grade Five, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., S.T.C. at Fitchburg, Ed. M. MISSING: CATHERINE V. O ' CONNOR, Supervising Teacher, Grade Four, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., S.T.C. at Fitchburg, Ed.M.; FRANCES C. MORIARTY, Supervising Teacher, Grade Two, B.U., A.B., M.A.; DOROTHY C. EASTHAM, Supervising Teacher, Grade Six, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed.; ANNA C. KIERNAN, Supervising Teacher, Grade One, S.T.C. at Lowell, B.S.Ed., B.U., Ed.M. SUPERVISORS OF MUSIC: HELEN J. COYNE, MARY F. WALLACE and WIL- LIAM J. NOTINI. the responsibilities of the teaching profession. Left: Principal Henry McGowan of the Washington School uses the tape recorder in the classroom. Right: The clerical staff in the Administrative Office include Miss Byrt, Head Clerk, Mrs. Meagher, Secretary to the President, and Mrs. Atherton, Bookkeeper. 15 We have come to the mouth of the river, ready to embark on a longer, more arduous journey, a journey across a sea wide and unknown to us. As the wind fills the sails, we hear the echoing cries of " Good luck and Godspeed. ' ' ' ' IPS J»-bVr V •• ' «Tfft - .7 % » C - V — -• _ V v :-v - jnS i .PflKi • ' i V»i VX V Ua Seniors f K JAMES DANIEL DOYLE B.S.Ed., Elementary CLASS PRESIDENT Successful campaigner with a confidential air . . . candidate for a Master ' s . . . " That ' s what I think " . . . Florence Nightingale ' s knight . . . Activities: Class President 4, M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1. ANN ELIZABETH HAYES B.S.Ed., Elementary CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT Conference caperer . . . bobbles, bangles and beads . . . Spearmint snapper . . . Senior cynic . . . Sixth grade sophisticate . . . Vim, vigor and volleyball . . . Activities: Class Vice President 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3; Campus Star 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Volleyball 3, 4; Knoll, Co- Business Manager. GERALDINE MARY DRUMMEY B.S.Ed., Elementary CLASS SECRETARY Gerry . . . friendly smile for everyone . . . " Wbo needs a license? " . . . locker troubles . . . Blushable . . . conscientious . . . " Don ' t get shook " . . . Activities: Class Secretary 4; W.R.O. 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Campus Star 3. MARION JANE JACQUES B.S.Ed., Elementary CLASS TREASURER Dues and don ' ts . . . worldly wise . . . " My boy, Stevie " . . . " Pizza, anyone )• • " You should have seen Paris " " We ' re in the hole ' . . . our golfer . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH CATHERINE FLAHERTY B.S.Ed., Elementary LECTURE REPRESENTATIVE " See you at lecture " . . . P.T.A. meetings in Lexington . . . " If I go to Australia " . . . " When my mother was here " . . . Canadian sunsets . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Newman Club 4; Lecture Com. 4; El. Chorus 3, 4; Knoll Staff 4. DESPENA ELIOPOULOS B.S.Ed., Elementary LIBRARY REPRESENTATIVE Better homes and gardens . . . Brenda Starr of L.T.C. . . . " Informa- tion please " . . . Old Gold Gang . . . Birthday surprise . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Library Com. 3, Chairman 4; Campus Star 4. 19 RICHARD PETER SANTOS B.S.Ed., Music Dick . . . " Lucky me " . . . Mr. President . . . show tunes . . . " Man, what a gas! " . . . patter songs . . . " Fake it " . . . " Teachers, unite! " . . . Activities: Class President 1, 2, 3; M.E.N.C. 3, 4, President 4, Shows 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; S.G.A. 1, 2, 3; Jazz Club 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY ANNA BLOOM B.S.Ed., Elementary Efficiency plus . . . private secretary . . . poised . . . natural beauty . . . covers from Brown . . . Activities: Class Secretary 1, 2, 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4. WALTER RAYMOND ACKERMAN B.S.Ed., Music Organ shoes . . . politician . . . " Mountain climbing, anyone? " . . . baby blue sweater ... " It ' s just the way 1 feel it " . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Sbow 4; M. A. A. 3, 4; Campus Star 2; Ion;. Fellowship 2, 3, 4; College Organist 3, 4; Knoll, Co-Photography Editor. 20 PATRICIA MARGARET ALLEN B.S.Ed., Elementary Tuft ' s Terror . . . spice of wi t . . . evenings at Logan . . . " Tennis any- one? " . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS FAY ANDERSON B.S.Ed., Elementary Tranquil loveliness . . . wedding bells in June . . . " It Only Happens When I Dance With You " . . . Ohio bound . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Iona Fellowship 3, 4. GAIL VIRGINIA ANNAN B.S.Ed., Elementary demure . . . black hair . . . beautiful eyes . . . " Listen . nights at the Warner . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3; Science Club 2, Sec. 3. Rembrandt . to this kids " 21 ROBERT JOSEPH ARMSTRONG B.S.Ed., Elementary Weekends at Hampton . . . Jitterbug expert . . . " Coming to Sports Night? " . . . flat -top . . . " When I ' m Near The Girl I Love " . . . bell- bottom trousers . . . Activities: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Sports 3, President 4; Basket- ball 1; Baseball 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Mural Basketball, Football and Volleyball 1, 2, 3. GRACE S. ATAIDE B.S.Ed., Elementary Victor Coffee . . . Pepsodent smile ... the scholarly type . . . beauty queen . . . our science Pres. . . . Activities: Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2, President 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2; Newman Club 4. ANNETTE LOUISE BARBARO B.S.Ed., Music Charm Bracelets . . . " Oh, kids, wait ' til [ tell you " . . . fiddle faddle " Rome, I ' ll never be the same " . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; W.R.O. 3. 22 BEVERLY JANICE BARSORIAN B.S.Ed., Elementary Engaging personality . . . smile for all . . . Medford migrator . . . count your calories . . . efficient . . . Activities: Drama Club 3; Pegasus 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 2, 3. PAULINE LUCILLE BERGERON B.S.Ed., Elementary Coffee in the cafe . . . . super salesgirl . piano pointers . . . vocalizer . . . shades of green Activities: W.R.O. 4; Pegasus 3, 4, Fiction Ed. 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Campus Star 3, 4; Womens Chorus 3, 4. JANE THERESA BISTANY B.S.Ed., Elementary Dark -eyed lady . . . Dairy Queen . . . " Reports ready? " . . . dependable . . . handy with a needle . . . late night librarian . . . proficient chairman Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Board 2, Secretary 3, Senior Rep. 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Treas. 2, President 3; Newman Club 4. 23 ALICE ELIZABETH BOWDEN B.S.Ed., Elementary " Y " girl . . . " Kids, a new hat " . . . first grade favorite . . . short story . . . super section secretary . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Elementary Chorus 4. MONICA LOIS BRADBURY B.S.Ed., Elementary Talkative . . . " You ' ll die laughing " . . . imagination plus . . . Perry Como fan ... " I Found a Million Dollar Baby In a Five and Ten Cent Store " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Campus Star 3, 4. ELEANA THERESE BRENNAN B.S.Ed., Elementary " What are you Debs doing? " . . . " Don ' t forget Newman Club to- ri ight " . . . table hopper . . . " Let ' s go for coffee " . . . always a smile . . . Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 2, 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 3, 4; Knoll Sec. 4. 24 JOAN MURIEL CARTER B.S.Ed., Elementary Dainty miss . . . " I ' ve got a ride in a Packard " . . . summers at Magnolia . . . frequents Jackson socials . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. quiet way JOSEPH GEORGE CASPER B.S.Ed., Elementary What the well dressed man should wear . . . social whirl member of the clean-up committee . . . demon driver . connoisseur . . . . charter culinary Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Newman Club 4. LILLIAN RITA CHEVALIER B.S.Ed., Music " Tiger " . . . blonde curls in the middle of her forehead Salisbury summers . . . badminton booster . . . spikes Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Cap and Gown Com. 4. 25 ANN LOUISE COGGER B.S.Ed., Elementary That halo look . . . hours in the workshop . . . " Dad says " able spees . . . " I ' ll meet ya — " . . . British walker . . . unbreak- Activities; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Campus Star 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice Pres. 3, Social Chairman 4. JOAN FRANCES CONNORS B.S.Ed., Elementary Congenial chum . . . " Pink cards, anyone? " . . . tomato soup and crumbled crackers . . . piles of petticoats . . . " Lost your ring? " . . . " Gingerale, please " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Head of Basketball 4; S.G.A. 4, Treas- urer 4: Newman Club 4. CECILIA CLAIRE CORBETT B.S.Ed., Elementary West Point water bubblers . . . N. Y. in April . . . full of fun things come in small packages . . . good 2(i CONSTANCE MARTHA CROSBY B.S.Ed., Elementary Badminton belle . . . convention coverage . . . sophisticated vice presi- dent . . . " Every time I wash my hair — " . . . the original T. S. Elliot Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Head of Badminton 3, 4; S.G.A. 4, Vice Pres. 4; Newman Club 4. KATHLEEN MARY DAVIS B.S.Ed., Elementary Tall, slim and terrific . . . " Got a cigarette? " . . . long hair and nails . . . " Two rings, the doctor " . . . deep reading . . . " Me, overcut? " . . . Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Exec. Board 3; Campus Star 2, 4; Pegasus 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3. ELAINE MARIE DELEHANTY B.S.Ed., Elementary Democratic demon . . . sweet . . . My Fair Lady . . . Cambridge capers . . . " I ' ll take this check, I may need it " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2; Newman Club 3; Campus Star 4. 27 BEATRICE MARY DILAVORE B.S.Ed., Elementary Bea . . . " Really kids? " . . . party goer . . . " I ' m not little " . . . shining locks . . . creative . . . happy disposition . . . Activities: W. R. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3. FAITH LAYSON DION B.S.Ed., Elementary Dentist ' s wife . . . pony tail . . . vivacious . . . " Be a good girl " freckles . . . pert and petite . . . Activities: Newman Club 1; W. R. O. 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA ELLEN DONAHER B.S.Ed., Elementary Cini . . . Sleepy lime gal . . . Ipswich weekends . . . open house for coffee . . . music makes fun . . . smiling sweetness. . . perfect lady . . . Activities: W. R. (). 1,2, 3, 4. 28 MARY REGINA DONAHUE B.S.Ed., Elementary Rink queen wat er sprite .- You ' ll never guess what happened ' gift of gab . . . kitten on the keys . . . Activities: W. R. O. 1; Pegasus 3,4; Campus Star 3, 4. Hampton JACQUELINE DENISE DUPONT B.S.Ed., Elementary " Jackie " . . . ambitious . . . " Gee whiz " . . . Tewksbury teacher French scholar . . . musical . . . happy homemaking . . . Activities: W. R. O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4. PAULINE THERESE DYER B.S.Ed., Music " My car " . . . Gregorian chant specialist Really? " . . . Little Red Riding Hood . . . song bird . . . " Oh, Activities: M. E. N. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; W. R. O. 1, 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 2, 3; Knoll Art Ed. 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 29 PAUL LEONARD FOLEY B.S.Ed., Elementary " Two hot dogs, please! " . . . car trouble . . . " Why ' d you leave with- out me? " . . . always doing a good deed . . . fun to have around . . . DANIEL FRANCIS FORTE B.S.Ed., Elementary Lifeguard at Salisbury . . . " Tickets, please " . . . Arlene sprees in Lawrence . . . connoisseur of hairdressing . . . Activities: M.A.A. 3, 4; Basketball 3. shopping SHARLEEN JEAN FUNI B.S.Ed., Elementary Bella Italiana . . . raffle winner . . . gray Oldsmobile . . . " Hawaiian Islands, here 1 come " . . . miniature looscleaf . . . heavenly tresses . . . Activities: W. R. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; Newman Club 4: Lecture Committee 2. 30 ANN VICTORIA GARDELLA B.S.Ed., Music Vicki . . . home to Haverhill . . . The Egg and I . . . parties at Seabrook . . . " Has anyone seen the kids? " . . . my diet . . . Activities: M. E. N. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Knoll, Music Editor; Lecture Rep- resentative 3; Newman Club 4; W. R. O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Class day Song Committee 1, 2, 3. JOHN GAWRYS, JR. B.S.Ed., Elementary Drama Club sparkplug ... " I love the fifth grade " tractor . . . class outings at the farm . . . Polka party Me and my Activities: M. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Plays 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 2; Library Representative 2; Knoll, Co-Business Manager. FRANCES ROSEMARIE GOMES B.S.Ed., Elementary Sundays at the center . . . sweet to one and all . . . dancing feet puppy dog cry . . . mambo motion . . . sincere . . . Activities: W. R. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3. 31 JOCELYN YORKE GREEN B.S.Ed., Elementary Girl of the week . . . petticoats . . . calls from Chelmsford . . . Camp counselling . . . dark eyes . . . Activities: W. R. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4. JOAN CAROL HANNAGAN B.S.Ed., Elementary Loquacious ... an ardent sports enthusiast . . . " career " seen with our Veep . . . Bob Cousy sneakers . . . the " Ref " Farmer . . . always Fanny Activities: W. R. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4; Head of Ping Pong 4; Newman Club 3. GRACE BRIDGET HARRINGTON B.S.Ed., Elementary " Could you bear it? " . . . poetess . . . confused before tests . . . " Win- ner " . . . knack for card playing . . . Phi Psi Pin . . . always needs a pencil . . . Activities: W. R. 0. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Award 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 32 DOROTHY ELAINE HAYDEN B.S.Ed., Elementary Dolly . . . bubbling with talent . . . " Doesn ' t that music do something to you? " . . . Mother Superior . . . tall buildings in New York . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Star Captain 4: Drama Club 4; Campus Star 3, 4, Feature Editor 4; Pegasus 4. JOHN CLARK HIGRY B.S.Ed., Music ' Jack " ... a wicked baron . . . black Buick . . " My cello " . . . super spaghetti sauce . . . " High test or regular? " ' My three thousand " . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY PRISCILLA HOAR B.S.Ed., Music Vivid imagination . . . petite sophistication . . . Beatrice . . . nimble fingers . . . flair for accompanying . . . Paris fashions ... " I haven ' t got time now! " . . . always poised . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Shows 1, 2, 3; Knoll Literary Editor; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Day Song Committee 1, 2. 33 TERESA HUSSON B.S.Ed., Elementary Terry " . . . Lemkins lovely . . . " Have a bite? " . . . fashions first Any mail? " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Pegasus 2, 3, 4. MARGARET KERKIAN B.S.Ed., Elementary Personality plus . . . Ebony locks . . . Pete ' s . . . off campus memories . . . New York ... " I don ' t know if this is right, but " . . . " The Sun- shine of Your Smile " . . . Activities: Pegasus 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. ELYA HELEN LEBLANC B.S.Ed., Elementary Secretary to the treasurer . . . gray Packard . . . rods, reels, and Ray . . . open house ... all weather cook-outs .... " have you seen the cellar? " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman, Junior Prom 3, Senior Dance 4. U JACOB LIBERLES B.S.Ed., Music " Shouby-doo " . . . " Actually, folks " . . . jazz enthusiast pile . . . happy go lucky . . . the rock Activities: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Concert Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 4; Jazz Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Shows 2, 3, 4. SANDRA JOAN MASI B.S.Ed., Music Sports and music queen . . . trips to Haverhill . " Don ' t be bitter " . . . Dinah in the diner by the candlelight . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; W.R.O. 3, 4; Knoll, Music Co-Editor; Class Song Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND ANTHONY MASSE B.S.Ed., Elementary Sports enthusiast . . . " Gee whiz! " . . . perfect attendance at socials . . . dedicated . . . always a helping hand . . . Activities: Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 1, 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 35 JANICE FRANCES MAYNARD B.S.Ed., Elementary Summers at the Cape . . . " Really? " . . . " Hostess " . . . my new ear happy personality . . . sense of humor . . . hails from U.N.H. . . Activities: W.R.O. 2, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ELIZABETH ANN McGOVERN B.S.Ed., Elementary Impulsive . . . quick-witted . . . " Are you sure? " . . . volleyball enthu- siast . . . loves people . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4, Art Editor 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 3. EVELYN MARGARET McGRAIL B.S.Ed., Elementary My Pontiac . . . " How ' s the old husband? " . . . Fort Devens . . . Mr. Smith . . . Pegasus executive . . . selling at the Strand . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1,2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1; Pegasus 2, 3, 4, Editor- in-Chief 3, Uus. Mang. 4. 36 JANET MARIE McHALE B.S.Ed., Elementary- Petite stewardess . . . " Fly Northeast " . . . Old Gold Gang . . . week- end wanderer . . . sophisticated conversationalist .... Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Campus Star 4. HAZEL MARIE MELLO B.S.Ed., Elementary Cymbal queen . . . willing and sincere worker nanas . . . " How are ya? " . . . beauty spots . . . small packages . . . . . Mello-Ripe-Ba- nice things come in Activities: Drama Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Pegasus 3, 4, Mang. Ed. 4; Campus Star 2, Music Ed. 2; M.E.N.C. 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Con- cert band 1, 2, 3; College Chorus 1. NANCY ANN MEUNIER B.S.Ed., Music Big brown eyes . . . flying fingers and dancing feet . . . out of Made- moiselle . . . contralto . . . " Don ' t make me reiterate " . . . Activities: Concert Choir 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3. 37 MARCELLE MARY- JANE MICHAUD B.S.Ed., Elementary Marcy . . . happy-go-lucky . . . never hurries . . . " I ' m frosted " rosy cheeks . . . big day in August . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN CARMELA MIELE B.S.Ed., Elementary- Weekends at the beach . . . even-tempered . . . willing worker pleasing way . . . quiet charm . . . " Oh gosh! " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3. JUDITH MARIE MILLER B.S.Ed., Elementary Blond Bombshell . . . quiet quipster . . . back room of library alive writer . . . understanding listener . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4. cre- 38 LOIS ANNE MILLIKEN B.S.Ed., Elementary Coonamessett cutie . . . late for rehearsals . . . brown eyes . . . fashion model . . . campus queen . . . " Oh, gosh! " . . . Activities: Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Plays 2, 4; W.R.O. 2, 3, 4; Campus Queen 2; Knoll Staff 4. ROBERT KENNETH MOLLEUR B.S.Ed., Elementary " Jocelyn and I " . . . " Smiling on the outside " . . . shoe salesman . . . " My car knows the way to Tyngsboro " . . . future Westford teacher Activities: Campus Star 1, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, ' 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE ELAINE MOWAT B.S.Ed., Music Halloween at Joyce ' s . . . " Look what my mother sent us " . . . after the Junior Prom . . . squeeze -box sophisticate . . . Earl ' s pearl . . . Saturday at Metro . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2; M. E. N. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Shows 2, 3; Class Song Committee 3. 39 ELAINE CATHERINE MURPHY B.S.Ed., Elementary Lainie . . . " Is the mail here? " . . . lessons in ping pong . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . red sneakers . . . Route 3 flash . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W. R.O.-M.A.- A. Danee Chairman 4. HUGH GREGORY MURPHY, JR. B.S.Ed., Music " Old Soft Shoe " . . . Tympanic Tim . . . Hughy . . . my new brief case . . . student executive . . . abstract thinker with basic facts . . . Activities: S. G. A. 3, 4, Assembly Chairman 3, President 4; Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3; Class Ring Chairman. PATRICIA LOUISE MURRAY B.S.Ed., Elementary " I ' m congenial " . . . " Music! " . . . small trips . . . " Every child should know how to swim " . . . sports enthusiast . . . has a serious side . . . Activities; W.K.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Siar Captain 3, Pres- ident 1; S. ' ,. A. 4; Massachusetts S.T.C. Athletic Association Con- ference; 3, 4. 40 RITA FRANCES NARKIEWICH B.S.Ed., Elementary Loves the finer things in life . . . wee waist . . . winsome Woburnite . . . happy heart . . . " Hey, kids! " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Elementary Chorus 4; Science Club 4, Vice-President 4; Knoll Staff 4. SYLVIA JUNE OSTMAN B.S.Ed., Elementary Maine vacations . . . " You ' ll never guess what " . . . souvenirs from foreign places . . . ear-ring enthusiast . . . homemaking hobbyist . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 4. EDITH POTA PAPPADOPOULOS B.S.Ed., Elementary Spartan sophisticate . . . flowing phonemes . . . worldly wisdom wrapped wisely . . . Acton asset . . . friendly persuasion . . . thought- ful .. . friends first, self second . . Activities: Campus Star 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 4; Science Club 2, 4. 41 MARGARET ANN PETERS B.S.Ed., Music " Everyone hates me " . . . Little M.G. . . . " My fiddle " . . . memories of Paxton . . . " Tennis, anyone? " . . . " Let ' s have a party " . . . sausage and jello . . . Activities: Concert Choir 3, 4; W.R.O. .2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; M. E. N. C. 2, 3, 4. MARILYN NORMA POTTER B.S.Ed., Elementary Gay . . . full of fun . . . " Wait ' ll you hear this kids " . . . always willing to do anything for you . . . " It gets me right here " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 3, 4; Pegasus 4. SULTANA T. POULIOS B.S. Ed. , El em en I ary Light and bright . . . Babe Zaharias . . . remarkable . . . bitter sweet . . . good student . . . " Hole in one, huh? " . . . Activities: W.R.O. L, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Sci- ence Club 4, Treasurer 4; lona Fellowship I. 42 ANN GERTRUDE QUINN B.S.Ed., Elementary- Weekend wanderings . . . Wilmington wonder . . . captain . . . mint green . . . Titian tresses . . . summer jobs galore . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 4; Knoll, Co-Editor Photography 4. THERESA ANNE-MARIE ROCHETTE B.S.Ed., Elementary All for the W.R.O. . . . water skiing her specialty . . . piano fingers . . . pizza . . . Gino ' s chief dance instructor . . . " Isn ' t it a riot? " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Comet Captain 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4. THERESE HELENE ROUSSEAU B.S.Ed., Elementary Terry . . . polka queen . . . posture makes perfect . . . " Won ' t someone make a poster? " . . . ring on a chain . . . Bobbsey Twins . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Archery 3, Publicity Chair- man 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 4; Pegasus 4. 43 RONALD NICHOLAS SELVAGGIO B.S.Ed., Elementary Submarine sandwiches . . . " Hi, Music Students " . . . 7-20-4 . . . Lord Talleur ... " I second that motion " . . . Activities: College Choir 1, 2; Campus Star 2; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. Shows 1, 2, 3; Men ' s Glee Club 3. BERTHA AGNES SHEEHAN B.S.Ed., Elementary Betty . . . student council supporter . . knee sox . . . " Where ' s Martha? " . . . Miss Town and Country . . . flight to New York . . . " Why worry? " Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.G.A. 2, 3, Assistant Public Relations Chairman 2, Social Chairman 3; N.E.T.P.A. Conference 2; S.G.A. Conference 3; Knoll Secretary 4. ANNE MILDRED SHUGRUE B.S.Ed., Music Tangos . popcorn at the Strand . . . Italian boy haircuts . . . golden voice, purple hues . . . " Take Me In Your Arms " . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 1, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 3, 4; Cap and Gown Committee 4. 41 MARTHA ANN SMITH B.S.Ed., Elementary Vivid imagination . . . capable leader . . . Plan X . . . works hard for L.T.C. . . . immeasurably liked by all who know her . . . seriousness and frivolity combined . . . Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; N.E.T.P. Con- ference 3; Eastern States Conference 3; Student Government 2, 3, 4, Assistant Social Chairman 2, Public Relations Chairman 3, Secretary 4. MARIAM DOROTHY SULLIVAN B.S.E d., Elementary- Sportswear specials . . . punctual lass . . . chronic coffee drinker . . . Commodore fan . . . share in Gagnon ' s . . . Activities: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Science Club 4; Campus Star 4. WILLIAM CHARLES TERRIS B.S.Ed., Elementary Mr. Editor . . . Billerica-ite . . . crew cut . . . emotional causes . . . " I ' m frosted! " . . . well liked by all . . . " The deadline is— " . . . Activities: Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 2, Editor-in- Chief 3, 4; Student Government 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.P.A. 2, 3, 4; Swampscott Conference 4; Republic Massa- chusetts S.T.C. Public Association 4; Knoll, Assistant Editor 4. 45 MARY ELIZABETH WALSH B.S.Ed., Elementary Ceramic artist . . . cleverly original . . . demon in a blue Pontiac . . . copper curls . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Newman Club 4; In- itiation Committee 3. RALPH ENOCH WELLS B.S.Ed., Music Bach trills . . . " Well, in my choir " . . . back in Okam . . . " Who is your authority? " . . . A Tree Grows in Brooklyn . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Knoll helmsman council meeter . now " . . . ROY JOHN ZABIEREK B.S.Ed., Elementary . Convention covercr . . . efficiency personified . . . Columbia bound . . . bass bombshell . . . " Well, Activities: Editor-in-Chief, Knoll; Campus Star I, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 2, 3, 4; Head Athletic Manager 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Plays 1, 2, 3; C.S.P.A. 2, 3, 4, President T.C. Division 3, Executive Board 4; M.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Chairman, Massachusetts S.T.C. Publications Association 3. •1( .-:-■ )JT|p| — i III T " I LI I ! U44 1 1 1 II PRAYER We stand upon the shore of life, Uncertain of the way, Our ship must weather storm and strife Before the break of day. O help us through the coming gale Though fierce that it may be, And from above, send down Thy Love The truth that we may see. O guide us through the fog and rain, Through which we all must pass. And strength, O Lord, give to the weak, Who stand before the mast. The sea is rough, the waves are high, The shore is far away. O grant us light, throughout the night, That we may see the day. by Priscilla Hoar 47 R» As the senior class embarks on the last part of our journey, we leave be- hind on still water other ships whose crews are not yet prepared to set sail on open seas. ■ ¥ f ■■ ' x£,. «3 i L_ J • ' -, . 4, ' | " » ' " ••»• ■ j jhS -?. ,: v:-.-; P » i%v T -rr - " 4S .- T x -= ( iSK - rvk- SS Rn KT We shall proceed. Carrying the ivy for their big brothers and sisters, the officers of the class of 1958, as sophomores, march in the Class Day pro- cession. Above: Florence Blades and Priscilla Bancroft usher at one of the many activities in LTC ' s Little Theatre. Right: Jeanne Spence and Dolores DePetrillo do the Charleston at the Bops Pops production. Below: The Class of ' 58 sings out at Class Day, 1956. OFFICERS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Library Representative Joseph Sexton Robert I lentz Gerard Brunelle Irene Turilli Florine Santos Lecture Representative Richard LaBrie 50 Above: Junior Olympiads taking part in gym ac- tivity. Right: Theresa McGuire conducts the national anthem in her capacity as music director at the lectures. Below: Cecile Unice, Lecture Chairman, greets Santa Claus at LTC ' s Christ- mas party. CLASS OF 1958 51 Our Little Brothers and Sisters Three minutes to curtain. New England Teachers College Basketball Conference ' s top scorer, Leo Parent of LTC, scores two points for Lowell. The class of ' 59 sing loud and strong in hope of capturing the banner at Class Night. Right: Vic Forsley, Jim Kitses, Hubie McQuade and Al Brewster on their part time job raising money for the Atlantic City Fund. 52 CLASS OF 1959 OFFICERS President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Library Representative Lecture Representative Frank Page Hubert McQuade Joan Stowell Irene Borrows Joanne Nissi Joanna Flynn 53 Left: Lou Murray sings in the MENC produc- tion, Bops Pops. Above: The Class of ' 59, as freshmen, serving their big brothers and sisters supper in the cafe. Forward Ever, Backward Never. Above: Enjoying their first social at LTC in the form of the senior dance are: Donald Lussier, Sandra Carville, Barbara Baroni, Mary Jones, Anne Marie Crowe, Raymond L ' Heureux, Phyllis Higgins, Joyce Clark and Dorothy Chandler. Left: Freshmen learn the skills of various games through actual practice, as exemplified by this Freshman girl trying to sink a shot. Below: Seemingly " right off the latest boat from Paris " are these Freshmen girls who performed in the Bops Pops with a can-can number. 54 Freshman class officers, left to right, are: Helen Frawley, Lec- ture Representative; James DeSilva, Treasurer; Robert Tim- mins, Vice-President; James Lambert, President; Collette Nord- berg, Secretary; Anne McMahon, Library Representative; and J. Thomas Bidlack, Class Advisor. CLASS OF 1960 55 As our ship wends its way downstream towards journey ' s end, we re- member sojourns on many a small vessel not fully equipped to carry us to our destination, but without whose aid our voyage would not have been as enjoyable or pleasant. :» « =£: IV £■%:-- ; . vj -». - ■i S -V Xi » v v y. . «. Kv i i S . f - S - ; . V ■ i.V y - ' ;f- • ' . £ ' 1. c ' . . ' -r .-f ' ; " rz dmm se 3e«m- m ™ ' m ■H i PBKr x -=. c . " VV,, ff rganizations ■• M- b»: • -€ - The 1956-57 Student Council are, Left to Right: M. Theresa McGuire, Public Relations Director; Al Brewster, Assistant Public R elations Director; Deborah McCarthy, Social Chairman; Martha Smith, Secretary; Hugh Murphy, President; Joan Connors, Treasurer; Cecile Unice, Lecture Chairman; Bob Armstrong, representing the M.A.A.; Pat Whitmore, Assistant Social Chairman. Rear: Bill Terris, representing the Campus Star; Jim Doyle, representing the senior class; Pat Murray, representing the W.R.O.; Joe Sexton, representing the junior class. Missing: Constance Crosby, Vice-President; James Lambert, representing the freshman class; Frank Page, representing the sophomore class; Dr. John Fisher, advisor. STUDENT COUNCIL The Lecture Committee consists of: Seated: Joanna Flynn, ' 59; Ruth Flaherty, ' 57. Standing: Helen Frawley, ' 60; Richard LaBrie, ' 58; and Cecile Unice, ' 58, chairman. The Student Government Association at Lowell Teachers College is organized to foster and develop self-government within the student body. Composed of elected student leaders, the association regulates and sponsors many campus organizations through the " blanket fee " system, and promotes student activities for the best interests of the college. The highest achievement of this year ' s Association has been the establishment of the book store, making texts available to students on campus at reasonable cost. With Miss Audrey Hughes, Library Committee Chairman, are the class repre- sentatives who are: Florine Santos, ' 58; Debbie Eliopolous, ' 57; Anne McMahon, ' 60; and Joanne Nissi, ' 59. 58 Board of editors, left to right, are: Seated: Ann Hayes, Co-Business Editor; Raymond Ackerman, Co -Photography Editor; Priscilla Hoar, Literary Editor; Roy Zabierek, Editor-in-Chief; William Terris, Assistant Editor-in-Chief; Pauline Dyer, Art Editor; John Gawrys, Co-Business Editor. Standing: Betty Sheehan, Secretary; Rita Narkie- wicz, Associate Editor; Ruth Flaherty, Associate Editor; Ann Quinn, Co -Photography Editor; Elena Brennan, Secretary; Ann Gardella, Co-Music Editor. Missing: Sandra Masi, Co-Music Editor. 1957 KNOLL We, the members of the board of editors, wish to offer this book as a reminder of the many precious days spent in our college, of the friends we shall never forget, and of the professors whose guidance we shall follow. In September of 1953 we came to Lowell State Teachers College. Now, in June of 1957, we graduate. To casual observers our coming and our going will not appear especially significant. But we know that some- where between those dates are the happiest years of our lives. We can never relive these moments, nor can we ever quite recapture the familiarity of things, nor the comradeship of classmates, for these things will have passed into memory. As we accept the challenge that comes to us with our graduation, we cast a lingering look behind. We hope that the pages of this yearbook serve to recall our early joys, our friendships, our young hopes and aspirations, and our successes. Herein we shall be young forever. Planning the picture schedule for the KNOLL are Roy Zabierek, Editor-in-Chief, and Ray Ackerman of the photography department. 59 PEGASUS Within every man lies the desire to express himself, and with the proper encouragement, this underlying wish to reveal inner thoughts and emotions may be brought to the surface. With some it will perhaps only extend to the point of discussing these ideas in everyday conversations, but there are those who will turn this desire towards creating fiction, non-fiction and poetry. It is to the latter that Pegasus offers a means through which they may develop their creative potential. In its third year, Pegasus can proudly look back to two successful years of discovering sensitive and mature talent, and hopefully look forward to bringing forth fresh, new talent in the years to come. In this way, Pegasus is fulfilling its prime purpose — to encourage creativeness among the students of Lowell State Teach- ers College. " Lampada " - December, 1956 — Henry Owen, Class of 1958. Mildred Leonard Joan Abodeely Hazel Mello Evelyn McGrail Pauline Bergeron, STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Business Manager Senior Editors Elizabeth Gallagher, Teresa Husson, Margaret Kerkian, Patricia Laganas, Barbara McGov- ern, Geraldine Todd, Cecile Unice. Associate Editors Richard Bridgeford, Lois Bridgeford, Frank Eslie, Marietta Greene, Robert Leclair, Raymond Masse, Sylvis Oslerman, Edilh Pappadopoulos, Patricia Whileniore Faculty Advisor Prof. Julian Roberts 60 LOWELL CAMPUS STAR TEACH ( 4 DR. TH HOSTS By Roy t the Hotel New Yorker where the deleeates arc staving, finmp OKanug i artv On April 2 Memorial Aud: the L. T. C. can collegiate in ers of New Er gregate for tl meeting oft Intercoll egi ninety people will represent forty colleges of the New Big- land area, playing Arthur™ " ' ttiiiams ne Class of 1957 has seen the Campus Star grow to be one of the finest teachers college news- of Bands at oberii papers in America. The growth has been from a four page letterpress newsheet, written by a few gram is sponsore editors, to four to eight page monthly, with a staff of over forty. The use of the offset printing son, of the L t. a " P rocess ? coupled with the exclusive picture-page feature, makes the newspaper outstanding in its The conference fie ci Saturday morning, 9:00 with rehearsal t Prof. Gertrude Cunningham, advisor to the Campus Star, has plaved an important part in the Auditorium. The aft . b ' . r . r r ,, • j hearsai will be foi improvement ol the newspaper. Many oi her distinctive ideas have been successiully incorporated teria 6 and a ocii mto tne P a P er ' s production. Bill Terris, who has served as editor-in-chief for two years, did the the auspeci complete re -organization of the staff in his first few months of office, and the rewards are evident ?onsored by directed by (ansanniva; held three and 6. es of both ected to be i co 11 ege mpletion. ' is a mys- s by Emily Williams. It is the study of a cold-blooded murderer whose de- ncredibly arro- ions are woven ing story which lysical violence le psychological ominate a young includes: ;iara Theodoulou Florence Blades . .Lois Milliken . .. Roy Zabierek ...Phyllis Knox Wdreyann Cronin ... Arthur Boden .... John Gawrys Student Government . will climax the da: to all of us each month when the Campus Star is published. continued on pa The Campus Star was awarded first place rating at the 1956 Columbia Scholastic Press Associa- Terris And Zafa 1 on Convention, and received honorable mention at the Third Annual Meeting of the Massachu- Chosen For C.S. setts State Teachers College Publications Association. Lowell State Teachers College will be represented at the convention of the Columbi Scholastic Press Associatio in New York City March », 1! and 12, by Sophomores Willi a Terris, Assistant Editor- in Chief of the Campus Star, an Roy Zabierek, Managing Editor Also in attendance will b Professor Gertrude Cunningham advisor. Unofficial delegate are Clara Theodoulou, Clemen tine Plomp and Marie Petrakos The convention is the thirty first of the C. S.P. A of whic the Campus Star is a member The meeting will feature stu dent panels on editoria policy, organization an training of a staff, layout etc. Also featured, as speak ers, are Samuel Tower, Fbreig Desk Editor of the New Yor Times aud Louis Fbrsdale, Co ordinator of Communicatio Courses at Columbia University. The delegates havd also beei invited to a luncheon in th Main Ballroom of the Waldorf- Astoria Hotel on Saturday March 12, The purpose of this conven tion is for an exchange o ideas anong editors and criti cism of college newspapers b„ experts, so that the college newspaper will be of great value to those whom it serves. Dr. Pierre Lambert to the post at the dinner. Dr. John Fisher I it vine nrpsirtpnt.r Professor I M arch Illicit 26, the Massachusetts 1 design, con- nt all scenery scheduled stage lich will meet : in the theatre committees for and production are: SCUUC, ruith Carrow, Ann Cogger, Jeanne Dever, Queena imp, Marie Petrakos, Harriet )ias, Elaine Delehanty, Anne jsett, Mona Griffin, Virgin- Scarmeas, Mary Semekis, Continued on Page 5 OULI " - J - Editors of the Campus Star, left to right, are: Theresa McGuire, Music Editor, Queena Flomp, Exchange Editor, Patricia La- ganas, Women ' s Sports Editor, Florence Blades, Business Man- ager, Brenda Martin, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, William Terris, Editor-in-Chief, Boy Zabierek, Managing Editor, Cecile Unice, News Editor, Raymond Masse, Men ' s Sports Editor, Janice Malloy, Photography Editor. from left to right, Maryjane La rogue, (senior), Joan Cuhha (Freshman) and Lois Mill- iken (Sophomore). Janice Clarke, the Junior representative was not present when the picture was taken. the M.A.A. are pictured the CluD had made in social adjustment and the competence of members. ' LABORATORY BAND Thomas Bidlack, Conductor WOMEN ' S CHORUS Edward F. Gilday, Conductor m i us, n I 1 I :i ; I Hi BM MEN ' S GLEE CLUB Cyrus I). Thompson, Conductor Mr. K. " DRAMA CLUB Blithe Spirit The Dramatic Club of Lowell Teachers College, un- der the direction of Professor Kalervo Kansanniva, is taking steps toward becoming a vital part of the college life here at Lowell. One important achievement of this year ' s club was the presentation of " Cradle Song " under the sponsorship of the Lowell Moses Greely Parker Lec- ture Fund. The performance of this celebrated drama was ac- claimed by everyone as the best production in the club ' s history. Lead by John Gawrys, President, who is assist- ed by Lois Milliken, Vice-President, Hazel Marie Mel- lo, Treasurer, and Cecile Unice, Secretary, the club ' s interests have been broadened in all phases of stage pro- duction. Visitors to Lowell ' s campus are always im- pressed by the newly opened scenic workshop in which sets for all stage performances are created and construc- ted. For its spring project the Drama Club is combining efforts with the MENC to produce the musical " Briga- doon. " This will tax the club ' s ability to its peak, since there are eight required set changes. Cradle Song 63 Leading the Jazz Club are Frank Cagliuso, President, Albert Valentine, Vice-President, Robert Knoop, Secretary, and Jacob Liberies, Treasurer. Science Club officers are Jane Bistany, President, Rita Narkie-i wicz, Vice-President, Marilyn Schena, Secretary, and Sultana Poulios, Treasurer. Faculty Advisor is Professor Audrey Hughes. J A Z Z C L U B U B (.1 CONCERT CHOIR Highlighted by appearances at the Middlesex County Teachers Association meeting at the Metropolitan Op- era House in Boston, the national convention of the Music Educators National Conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and on-campus in the cantata " Child Jesus " at Christmas time, the Concert Choir has had a busy year. Ably led by one of the outstanding directors of choral music in America, Dr. Edward F. Gilday, chairman of LTC ' s music department, the highly select group of some forty mixed voices has brought much recognition to LTC. Right: Dr. Gilday, director of the Concert Choir, Calls for the cor rect interpretation of the score. Below: Music for the " Childe Jesus " cantata is provided by the Concert Choir, seated in the orchestra pit. MEMBERS Annette Barbaro Judith Brockway Gerard Brunelle William Carey Lillian Chevalier Delores DePetrillo Deana Dustin Pauline Dyer Frank Esile Rita Esile Ann Fisher Anne Gardner James Giles Jacqueline Goss Lois Gotlick Bruce Heald John Higby Priscilla Hoar Sylvia Hollins Pauline Jenness Milton Kimmel Robert Leclair John Leite Jacob Liberies Donald Lussier Sandra Masi Herbert Maynard Theresa McGuire Melba McLeod Edward Mitchell Louis Murray John Pavao Richard Santos Anne Shugrue James Starkie Terrill Thomas Jane Wade Ralph Wells Evan Williams 65 — — ■— — — °— » Ellie Webb and Jack Higby wait to be made up while Jack Carton uses the eyebrow pencil on Dick Santos, previous to their appearance in " Ruddigore " . The Class of ' 57 has seen the Lowell State Teachers College chapter $201 of the Music Educators National Confer- ence grow from a small social organiza- tion into a large theatre group, producing hall-packing musicals. Composed primar- ily of music majors, the chapter has pre- sented Gilbert and Sullivan ' s Iolanthe and Ruddigore, with the spring of ' 57 produc- tion being Brigadoon. This year, led by President Dick Santos, who was assisted by Sandra Masi; Vice-President, marked the first year that the Bops Pops played to a full house. M.E.N.C. Bops Pops ' " Honey Bun " by Lois McEIhiney and Hubie Maynard. Below: Left: Singing for the M.E.N.C. in the Bops Pops are: Anne Gardner, Jacqueline Goss, Melba McLeod and Judy Brock- way. Right: Congratulations are expressed by a proud mother after her daughter ' s appearance in an M.E.N.C. musical. (if) Above: Dick Santos and the chorus react to the announcement of marriage between Ellie Webb and Bob Frazier in the M.E.N.C. ' s production of " Ruddigore. " Right: Priscilla Hoar helps Jack Higby prepare for his appearance on stage. Below: Ralph Wells and his " Vigoro " tree in Bops Pops. 67 CONCERT BAND Cyrus D. Thompson Conductor DANCE BAND Domenic R. Procopio, Conductor 68 CONCERT ORCHESTRA 9 G e» 9- a J. Thomas Bidlack, Conductor ALL-COLLEGE CHORUS ELEMENTARY CHORUS Cyrus D. Thompson, Conductor Edward F. Gild ay, Conductor 69 The Women ' s Recreational Organization is one of the largest organizations on campus, boasting a member- ship of three hundred and fifty women students. The program is directed by the W.R.O. Board, which regu- lates and promotes a variety of sports activities such as golf, swimming, ping pong, basketball, badminton, volleyball and softball, to create in the members a high standard of sportsmanship, a permanent interest in physical recreation and enjoyment of participating in sports. Highlighting the social calender are the college play days, both intramural and intercollegiate, co-recre- ation, dances, and the annual banquet, at which sports awards are presented to members who have successfully fulfilled the requirements athletically, and achievement awards to those who were outstanding administratively. Top: Senior girls play volleyball for recreation from their studies. Left: Chatting after the W.R.O. banquet are, Left to right : Judy Miller, Barbara McGovern, Marilyn Potter, Joan Miele, Hazel Mello, Therese Rousseau, Nancy Bloom and Grace Ataide. Below: The W.R.O. en masse. 70 Executive Board of the W.R.O. are, Seated: Barbara Krysiak, Softball; Rosemarie Giovinno, Head of Sports; Anne Kilmartin, Secretary; Karla Hutchings, Vice-President; Miss Garrity, Advisor; Pat Murray, President; Pat Laganas, Treasurer; Jane Bistany, Senior Representative; Theresa Rousseau, Publicity Chairman. Standing: Elaine Murphy, Ping Pong; Marilyn Lawlor, Junior Representative; Mary Quinn, Sophomore Representative; Julie Gillick, Bowling; Ann Hayes, Volleyball; Pat Whitmore, Riding; Connie McAndrews, Archery; Joan Connors, Basketball; Theresa Rochette, Comet Captain. W.R.O. Right, top: Jane Bistany, Ann Cogger and Theresa Rousseau are about to head for the slopes for a day of skiing; right, bottom: Junior girls take part in badminton to earn points for their awards; below: The head table at the 1956 W.R.O. banquet boasted, Left to right: Theresa Rochette, Men ' s Coach Ciszek, Jean Fraser, Miss Neilson, Regis McEnany, Dean McGauvran, Miss Garrity, Sheila O ' Leary, Dean Roberts, Jane Bistany and Karla Hutchings. 71 OFFICERS M.A.A. President Robert Armstrong Vice -President Douglas Sullivan Treasurer Sewell Bowers Secretary James Giles Chairman of Sports Edward Barrett Below: Bob Armstrong fights madly during the blind boxing at Sports ISight. Right: Jack Iligby charges after his opponent at the feature wrestling attraction on the Sports Night program. 72 The Men ' s Athletic Association has as its main purpose to offer men students a well-rounded sports program, both intra- mural and intercollegiate. The sports pro- gram includes varsity basketball and baseball, intramural volleyball and bas- ketball, badminton, track, and a life sav- ing course. For social events the organiza- tion sponsors the WRO — MAA Dance, the MAA Banquet and Sports Night. In its few years of existence, the MAA has expanded tremendously and become a very important part of the extra-curric- ular program of LTC. Top: The opening jump at the LTC — Salem home game. Above, left: Jim Lambert, ' 60, hopefully awaits a possible two points; center: Captain Bill Cowan, ' 58 prepares to pass off; right: Leo Parent, ' 59, makes a long flying reach for the ball. Below: A Bridgewater player passes over Bill Cowan ' s head as Bob Collins, Leo Parent and Lou Murray look on. Right: To win or not to win? That is the question. 73 L 4JV « J V r 4 - ' wm | ' pJ nJ J ri i The 1956 Baseball Team Le t to right: Langlois, McGovern, McQuade, Bowers, Masse, Captain, Peck, Carey, Frazier, Gagnon. Rear: Forsley, Sinibaldi, McGinnis, Parent, O ' Shea, Mason, Carpentier, Finn and Sheehy. BASEBALL Once again, as it should be in every competitive activity, good sportsmanship stands as the highest achievement ob- tained by our 1956 baseball team. Ably captained by Ray Masse ' 57, the team ended the season with four wins and six losses. Playing their home games on Had- ley Field, the team showed evidence of great growth from the formation of base- hall as an intercollegiate sport at Lowell a year ago. The Lowell State Teachers College baseball team of 1956 feels deeply indebt- ed to Coach Ciszek, not only for his training in baseball skills, but also for his promotion of fair play and good sports- manship with rival colleges. Above: Captain Ray Masse connects with a solid hit to left field. Below, Left: A bunt by a Lowell player in a game played at Hadley Field; Right: Bench warmers sizing up the situation. 74 N E W M A N C L U B Newman Club officers are: President, Leo Hart; Vice-President, Hubie McQuade; Treasurer, Lenny Gagnon; Recording Secretary, Sally Young; Corresponding Sec- retary, Katherine Connors. Executive Board: LTC: Debby McCarthy, Maureen Burke, Joanna Flynn, Eleana Brennan, Ann Quinn. LTI: David Hannan, Edward McGann, Paul Roussel, Francis Wielock, John Hickson. Dick Barnes, Temporary Chairman. I N A C L U B 75 BOOKSTORE Joseph Sexton George Sullivan PUBLIC RELATIONS AND SECTION SECRETARIES M. Theresa McGuire, Chairman Albert Brewster, Assistant Chairman 7fi « 3r , • ja?fi j. 7 " ' v S ?» " - m ■ v: J ft ilV-!. HI ' N tV- S as SSB, ' -- t You spattered us with rotten eggs, poured oatmeal down our backs. Shot perfume from your water guns. We wore potato sacks. The lipstick smeared upon our face was just like thick mud packs, Dear Juniors we love you. We crawled upon our hands and knees, all up and down the field, We opened doors, we carried books, We bowed, we cringed, we kneeled. We sang our songs; we gave the pledge to Mighty Joe O ' Neil. Now do we belong to you? i j Wir 78 " Just follow the river until you reach Wilder St., and take a left. " Having obtained this information, the pretty young driver of the grey Oldsmobile headed the car in the direction indicated and pro- ceeded on her way. The occupants of the car were all very young and excited, for this was their first day at COLLEGE. It was on a clear, bright September morning that the class of nine- teen-hundred and fifty seven trooped into " the building " at the State Teachers College at Lowell. Greeting us was a very charming and gracious hostess, whom we would later come to know very well, but why did she keep using the phrase " professional people " , and why did she address us as though we were grown up? Certainly on that first morning, being addressed as adults came as quite a shock to most of us — who were fresh out of high school and preparing to board the ' 57 Ship on its four year voyage toward our chosen profession. " Is this really for me? " " Do I really want to teach? " These were some of the thoughts running through our young minds as we sat in " the hall " taking one test after another. Our charming hostess was speak- ing again. . . " next week " . . . " initiation " . . .What on earth was she saying? We certainly won ' t go through a ridiculous initiation for any- one! How beautiful the river was that week with the sunlight sparkling on its blue waters! Its banks served as a place of peace and tranquility, and especially of escape from the MIGHTY JUNIORS. . . ' dear juniors, we love you. ' Anyway, that ' s how the song went, and it cer- tainly gave away a few of the gory details of a week long to remember in our impressionable minds. We soon discovered other " freshmen " who had entered with us. Mr. Joyce, Dr. Gilday and Mrs. O ' Laughlin certainly were not fellow students but in some ways there was a common bond between us. We were all new together and had a considerable amount to learn about Lowell. " I am a low and humble freshman. " Enjoying a banana split at Burbeck ' s between classes are Pat Murray, Joan Connors and Connie Crosby. Left: Leaving the Administration Building after a day of classes are, from top to bottom: Kay Davis, Martha Smith, Janet McHale, Ann Quinn and Elva LeBlanc. Above: A book comes to life for Betty Sheehan and Martha Smith in their search for material to write their freshman term papers. 79 Spiked? Maties all. The girls of the class soon found out that they were the only class with yellow gym suits, and although most of us didn ' t know one end of the hockey stick from the other, we donned our " daisy suits " and went down try- ing. We certainly felt very exclusive. By January we were all very well acquainted and assembled to organize our class. Mr. Joyce was elected our class Advisor, and a boy from Somerville, Dick Santos, became our Class President. Being the exclusive class that we were, we decided to have an exclusive class color. In our search for something different some of the more enterprising members of our group came up with ROSE RED. It sounded wonderful, so not know- ing what we were getting, we voted on rose-red. Our first social venture, the record-breaking record hop was held in February, and with the assistance of our Tech neighbors across the river, it pr oved to be a big success. After the dance many of us crossed the river to find out what a fraternity party was all about. Old Gold Gang + 4. 80 The ( laplain of our nhi| . Lois Milliken of the class of ' 57 is shown after being crowned Queen of the first annual Sports Night. With her are the representatives from the other classes and Dr. O ' Leary, who did the crowning honors. Above: Studious students on a balmy summer day include Alice Bowden, Rita Narkiewicz, Elaine Murphy, Jane Bistany, Sultana Poulios, Janet McHale, Nancy Bloom and Debby Elio- poulous. Right: At Class Night their freshmen year were, left to right: Beatrice DiLavore, Barbara McGovern, Jane Bistany, Gail Annan, Marion Jacques, Grace Ataide, Joan Carter, Joan Miele, and Sandra Masi. As class day 1954 approached, we were one for all and all for one. We unloaded chairs, washed dishes and com- prised every clean-up committee. When we sang our songs that night, we didn ' t win the banner, but we did feel as though we " belonged " at last, and were finally full-fledged members of L.T.C. To start the summer off and also to establish a won- derful tradition for the class of fifty -seven, we had a " picnic on the farm " party at John Gawrys ' , where everybody skipped rope, sang songs in the hay-loft and ate burnt hot dogs. During the next week, everyone left for various parts unknown. Summer jobs, beaches, and lakes attracted our class, but we arrived back in September feeling every inch mature -and sophisticated " upper classmen. " 81 . ., ' 57 ON THE FARM 82 Professor Edward Knowles displays the proper use of a slide projector to Mary Donahue, Pauline Bergeron, Hazel Mello and Judy Miller. Our first effort as a class was to try to remedy our financial problem, and to do this we decided to have a " Dues Day " with paid up members eligible for a reim- bursement of one years dues. The lucky winner of the drawing was Ann Cogger. Sophomore year also brought our first education courses. The " Child and His Curri- culum " and " Introduction to Education " were read and absorbed from cover to cover, by eager would-be teachers. We learned many valuable principles like: " growth is continuous, " " the child is an individual, " " be flexible, " and " grow or go! " Despite all our research and study, we did take time out for a smattering of social activity. Along with our big sister class, we held " Harvest Moon Glow " just be- fore the Thanksgiving holiday. There were many of us who displayed remarkable skill as we twirled around the floor; nevertheless, a Senior won the prize waltz. In order to avoid any more embarrassing moments, we held our next dance alone. The " Artists Ball " was a dreamy semi-formal and our first attempt at anything so lavish. It proved that there were many beautiful girls in our class underneath the sneakers, socks and baggy sweaters. In fact, our delegate to the Sports Queen Contest, Lois Milliken, came away with top honors, which proved we did have some talent and charm after all. SING YOU SINNERS! Leading the class in song at Class Night are Dolly Hayden, above, and Connie Crosby, right. 83 T H E A R T I S T S B A L L M Other campus organizations that came into being during our Sophomore year were Pegasus, the magazine which encouraged the creativity of our more literary minded students, and the W.R.O., which allowed wo- men students to participate in recreational pursuits. As the year drew to a close, we took the seniors to the farm with us so that they might enjoy for the last time the fun and fellowship of their little sister class. Our next project was to delve into the responsibilities of purchasing class rings. In our typical manner, we approached the matter with gusto. We viewed blue rings, red rings, green rings and orchid rings. We dis- cussed class rings and college rings, and finally settled on the traditional blue stone which we wear so proudly today. The expansion program at our college also reached a milestone during this year. Completion of the Arts and Sciences Building was realized, and now came the tramping between buildings. Soggy feet, deep snow and hot sunshine were endured in our passing from class to class. However, the added convenience of expanded facilities were worth the endurance of the atmosphere. Through the combined efforts of the M.E.N.C. and the Drama Club, the first production staged in our brand-new theatre proved to be quite successful and set a precedence for such a program every year. Having leading roles in the operetta " Iolanthe " were Ronald Selvaggio and Dick Santos from our class. We also proved that we had as much musicality through the production of " Night Must Fall " by the Drama Club. Seniors featured in this production were Lois Milliken, Roy Zabierek and John Gawrys. Bob and Jocefyn Ronald Selvaggio, left, of the Class of 1957, sings a leading role in Gilbert and Sullivan ' s " Io- lanthe. " Erecting sets for " Iolanthe " are the following Drama Club members: Lois Milliken, Hazel Mello, Joe Casper, Clara Theodolou and John Gawrys. 85 Resting between class day song rehearsals during our beach parties at Ann Gardella ' s in Seabrook are Joan Connors, Judy Miller, Lois Milliken, Ronald Selvaggio, Joan Carter, Gail Annan, Pat Murray, Sandra Masi, Bea DiLavore, Jane Bistany and Bill Terris. METHODS! 4 - H Jr« wit ' Dick Santos and Nancy Meunier take a bow after another bril- liant dance performance in the Bops Pops. September came none too soon for the class of fifty - seven, there was so much to be done. First there were the freshmen to be considered. They had to have an initiation as wonderful as ours was, and we were deter- mined that they should get it. But alas, upon investiga- ing the possibilities, we found that we would not be able to display initiative and skill which had been showered on us by our big sisters and brothers. To keep the acti- vity as constructive as possible, we decided to have a " help week " , in which the more outstanding members of the fceshman class would have an opportunity to dis- play their talents, washing windows, sweeping floors and all those other knowledges and skills that would prove invaluable to them " in the field. " This also was the year that the dreaded word " meth- ods " became a reality. Some of the members of the class tried to find out why Johnny couldn ' t read and teach him to sing at the same time. During lunch hours the cafe resounded with puppy-dog cries and song flutes. We were determined that every child should be a sing- ing child even if the only song he learned was " Leaving Old Texas. " By the time December rolled around, we decided that we all needed an evening out to perk up our wilted spirits. Our Junior Prom was held at the Colonial Coun- try Club and certainly made the Christmas holidays extra happy for us. Who will ever forget the grand march and the parties before and after that were such fun? 4 l.tfi: Magging il up after the end of the school year are Paul Foley and Danny Forte. Right: A rear view of the new rls and SciericeH Ituilding during its construction. 86 THE Epicure Superb JUNIOR The Grand March. PROM Something to remember you by. 87 L.. Leading an assembly program at the Washing- ton School is Jacob Liberies, music student teacher. GETTING OUR FEET WET Special help is given by Ann Quinn to a fourth grader at the Washington School. No shortage of teachers here. Nor here, either. 88 At long last, the dream of every student in the class became a reality, for in January some of us began our student teaching. We were finally learning the meaning of that word " Professional " . We tried to think, look and act professional at all times. We discarded the sneakers, baggy sweaters, and comfortable chinos for nylons, heels, ties, and other apparel that would help us to look the part. This endeavor was interrupted for some of us when we took a few days leave to attend conventions. In Pittsfield we obtained buckets full of information. At Columbia, the convention was run by cl assmate Roy Zabierek, and first place rating was ob- tained by the college newspaper. New York also was the meeting place for the S.G.A. Convention, and the delegates ate at all of the international restaurants at the recommendation of Dr. John Fisher. Some of the more talented members returned in time to assist with the annual spring production " Ruddi- gore " . Sparked by the dynamic personalities of Jack Higby, the bad baronet, and of Dick Santos, who played the romantic lead, the operetta proved to be the most successful production to date, held in our little theatre. Carrying the ivy. Commentating at the Mothers Fashion Show is Betty Sheehan, S.G.A. Social Chairman, who receives Lois Milliken ' s card. Ann Gardella and Ray Ackerman live a little at a music section party. HAIL TO LOWELL TEACHERS COLLEGE • • • 89 t - Left: Safe at home is Ray Masse, Captain of LTC ' s baseball team. Above: Enjoying the cool breezes at Seabrook are, left to right: Joe Casper, Pauline Bergeron, Jocelyn Greene, Mary Dona- hue, Bob Molleur, and Monica Bradbury. And o ' er these woods, and waters broke The cheer from Britain ' s hearts of oak, As brightly on the voyager ' s eye, Weary of forest, sea and sky Breaking the dull, continuous Wood, The Merrimack tolled down its flood. Selected from ' ' ' ' The Merrimack ' ' ' ' by JFhittier Left: Dick Santos moves book cases at ' Operation Big-Switch. ' Below, Left: ' 57 raising high their voices. Below Right: " Thank you, Mr. Editor, " says Roy Zabierek as he receives the Campus Star Achievement Award. Seated in the foreground are Professor Gertrude M. Cunningham, Advisor to the newspaper and Professor Marguerite L. Gourville, Director of Student Teaching and Place- ment. 90 The end of the Junior year marked some changes in our class leadership. James Doyle was elected our new presi- dent to steer the ' 57 Ship in its last lap of our cruise. One of his first duties was to lead us down the aisle of the little theatre that next November in our caps and gowns to be invested in academic robes. The little theatre was filled with relatives and friends for this happy occasion. But this wasn ' t the first time the theatre had been filled that year, for during October, for the first time on any such occasion, the theatre was filled to capacity for the Bops Pops which featured our own Ann Shugrue in a solo number. Above: The Candlelight Procession at the Christ- mas Assembly. Right: Anne Shugrue singing her solo number at the Bops-Pops. Below, Left: Last minute instructions before Investiture ceremony are given by James Doyle to Margaret Kerkian, Betty Sheehan, Beverly Barsorian, and Geral- dine Drummey. Beloiv, Right: Partying after ' Methods. ' 91 We went home for the Christmas holidays with feelings of happi- ness tempered by pangs of regret, knowing that once we returned we would be returning for the last time to the school we had grown to love so very dearly. We did return in January and almost immediately June ninth, our graduation day was on everyone ' s lips, and talk of senior week and jobs seemed to bring these events unbelievably close to the class, who only a few short months ago, it seemed, was worried about finding its way past a winding river, and into a school, which it immediately took to its heart. Chatting In tween hcIh at the aonior flame are: James Doyle, Edith Doherty, Sultana PouIioB, Miriam Sullivan, Theresa KouHHeau, Kohert Morin, Jocelyn Greene, and Robert Molleur. 92 CLASS HYMN Music Pauline Dyer Words Sandra Masi and Anne Shugrue With reverence. 3 2 i » £3=+ 3 f g=g P7T ? rr ±4 p f j p j 5 F rr e F Ff i fF r Lord, we ga-ther in hum — ble prayer To thank Thee for Thy be-ne- fi-cent care, 3=i 4 56 £ rr J Jl To P£ la 3= a x i 4 r 4- a 4 p r f t f ask Thee, all f f J f ¥ J J r e r 4 J F 4 f r in one ac-cord, 3E r « ff r f=T « i To guide us on our way, O Lord. II We pray, dear God, to Thee above To guide and watch o ' er us Those you love, We give Thee thanks deep from our hearl And ask Thy blessing As we part. 93 CURRICULUM FOR PROGRAM IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION e •2 3 " Q 2 s O s 1 s a o 4 | ■5 1 = -— I Freshman Year Course Title Sophomore Year Course Title InlrodiH lion lo Education Child Growth and Development Sem. Hrs. Prin. of Effective Writing 3 Literary Heritage I 3 Oral Communication 1 History of Western Civ 6 Biological Science 6 General Mathematics 3 Art Appreciation 3 Music Appreciation 3 General Psychology 3 Physical Education 1 Personal-Community Health 2 Orientation to College Orientation to College 34 Sem. Hrs. Literary Heritage II 3 Literary Heritage III 3 United States History 3 United States Government 3 Physical Science 6 Principles of Geography 6 Physical Education i 2 Standard First Aid i 2 3 30 s •2 8 s S o 4 s •2 « s % c Hi O e o K o ' 5S O Junior Year Course Title Sem. His. Comm. Arts: Reading in the Elementary Curriculum 3 Comm. Arts: Language Arts in the Ele- mentary Curriculum 2 Social Studies in the Elementary Cur- riculum 2 Arithmetic in the Elementary Curricu- lum 2 Science in the Elementary Curriculum 2 Health and Phys. Ed. in the Elemen- tary Curriculum 2 Art in the Elementary Curriculum 2 Music in the Elementary Curriculum .... 3 Observation of Children in the Elemen- tary School o Student Teaching in the Elementary School - 12 30 Senior Year Course Title Sem. Hrs. Speech in Education 2 Principles of Sociology 3 Physical Education 1 Electives 12 Educational Seminar 2 Meeting Special Needs and Abilities Through Reading 3 Audio-Visual Aids to Learning 2 Educational Tests and Measurements .... 2 History and Philosophy of Education .... 3 30 124 semester hours required for the B.S. Ed. degree. 94 CURRICULUM FOR PROGRAM IN MUSIC EDUCATION s •2 1 3 13 « V S o 3 s •2 « 3 S o o Freshman Year Course Title Sem. Hrs. Prin. of Effective Writing 3 Literary Heritage I 3 Oral Communication 1 Modern European History 3 General Mathematics 2 Art Appreciation 3 General Psychology 3 Physical Education 1 Personal Health 1 Orientation to College Theory I 6 Instrumental Class: String 2 Instrumental Class: Woodwind 2 Functional Piano 2 Ensemble 2 Orientation to College 34 Junior Year e •2 2 3 13 S Course Title Sem. Hrs. 3 2 3 13 a 3 o o Oh Rhythmic Activities 1 Theory III 3 Instrumental Class: Brass 2 Advanced Conducting 3 Vocal and Choral Techniques 6 Functional Piano 2 Ensemble 2 Obs. of Child in Elem. Sch Role of Tchr. in Elem. Class 4 Student Tchg. in Elem. Class 2 Music Methods in Elem. Sch 3 Student Teaching: Music in the Elementary School 2 Music Methods in the Secondary School 3 33 s •2 « to 3 - 3 3 o s 2 3 13 « 3 O Sophomore Year Course Title Senior Year Sem. Hrs. Course Title Sem. Hrs. Literary Heritage II 3 Literary Heritage III 3 Physical Science 3 Music History and Literature 6 Physical Education Standard First Aid Theory II 6 Elementary Conducting 3 Functional Piano 2 Ensemble 2 Introduction to Education 2 Child Growth and Development 3 34 a u 3 3 %) 3 o y% 3 1 3 13 3 O 4 U. S. History and Gov ' t 3 Principles of Sociology 3 Physical Education 1 Elective 3 Theory IV 3 Instrumental: Percussion 2 Instru. Organ and Conduct 2 Major Performance 3 Ensemble 2 Hist, and Phil, of Educ 3 Sup. of Music Education 3 Student Teaching Music in the Secondary School 2 Music at all Levels 2 32 133 semester hours required for the B.S.Ed, degree. 95 FACULTY DIRECTORY GERTRUDE M. BAILEY 120 Billerica St., Lowell THOMAS J. BIDLACK 340 Wilder St., Lowell HERMAN H. BRASE 154 Havilah St., Lowell PAUL BREGOR 20 Willard St., Lowell ESTHER P. BURNS 203 Westford St., Lowell DR. WILLIAM C. 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LORING STUDIOS New England ' s Largest School Photographers 103 k FRANK A. FOWLER " THE CLASS RING MAN " 11 SCHOOL STREET Boston 8. Mass. OFFICIAL JEWELER for l956 ; 1957, and 1958 Classes Representing: LOREN MURCHISON CO., INC. JANE TOOHER SPORT CLOTHES 687 Bolyston Street i SPECIALIZING IN GIRLS GYMNASIUM OUTFITS KM COLLEGE STUDENT DIRECTORY CLASS OF 1957 Ackerman, W. Raymond 389 Pleasant St. Dracut, Mass. Allen, Patricia 8H Portland St. Lawrence, Mass. Anderson, Phyllis 61 Tolman Ave. Lowell, Mass. Annan, Gail 120 Haverhill St. Methuen, Mass. Armstrong, Robert 24 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Ataide, Grace 16 Strathmore Rd. Methuen, Mass. Barbaro, Annette 7 Euclid Ave. Winchester, Mass. Barsorian, Beverly 399 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Bergeron, Pauline 65 Fourth St. Lowell, Mass. Bistany, Jane 525 Lowell Methuen, Mass. Bloom, Nancy Espinola 63 Hampshire St. Methuen, Mass. Bluteau, Jean 292 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. Bowden, Alice Bunker Hill Ave. Lowell, Mass. Bradbury, Monica 27 Shaw St. Lowell, Mass. Brennan, Eleana 279 Fairmount St. Lowell, Mass. Carter, Joan 10 Chardon Rd. Medford, Mass. Casper, Joseph 645 Central St. Lowell, Mass. Chevalier, Lillian 54 Twiss Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Cogger, Ann 408 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. Connors, Joan 930 Main St. Winchester, Mass. Corbett, Cecila 76 Fountain St. Medford, Mass. Crosby, Constance 12 Hamiltin St. Medford, Mass. Davis, Kathleen 96 Llewelyn St. Lowell, Mass. Delehanty, Elaine 114 Bellevue St. Lowell, Mass. Dilavore, Beatrice 24 Bates St. Methuen, Mass. Dion, Faith Layson 362 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Donaher, Virginia 350 Montvale Ave. Woburn, Mass. Donahue, Mary 1367 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Doyle, James 13 Sawtell Place Lowell, Mass. Drummey, Geraldine 380 Main St. No. Andover, Mass. Dupont, Jacqueline 5 Edwards St. Tewksbury, Mass. Dyer, Pauline 7 Dyer Ave. Salem, N. H. Eliopoulos, Despena 28 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Flaherty, Ruth 18 Carter St. Woburn, Mass. Foley, Paul 238 Grove St. Medford, Mass. Forte, Daniel 77 Lowell Ave. Haverhill, Mass. Funi, Sharleen 446 Washington St. Haverhill, Mass. Gardella, Ann 37 Davenport St. Haverhill, Mass. Gawrys, John 21 Alder St. Lawrence, Mass. Gomes, Frances 507 Central St. Lowell, Mass. Greene, Jocelyn Kendall Road Tyngsboro, Mass. Hannagan, Joan 89 Arlington St. Lawrence, Mass. Harrington, Grace 44 Seventh Ave. Lowell, Mass. Hayden, Dorothy 151 Grand St. Lowell, Mass. Hayes, Ann 27 Manchester St. Lawrence, Mass. Higby, John 49 Brentwood Rd. Arlington, Mass. Hoar, M. Priscilla 128 West Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. Husson, Theresa 4 Crane Ave. Lowell, Mass. Jacques, Marian 177 Nashua St. Milford, N. H. Kerkian, Margaret 138 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. Leblanc, Elva 51 Prescott St. W. Medford, Mass. Liberies, Jacob 49 Sachem St. Lynn, Mass. Masi, Sandra Maple St. Middleton, Mass. Masse, Raymond 97 Tremont St. Lowell, Mass. Maynard, Janice 92 Cambridge St. Lawrence, Mass. McGovern, Barbara 98 Bunker Hill St. Lawrence, Mass. McGrail, Evelyn 43 12th St. Lowell, Mass. McHale, Janet 3 Wachusett St. Lowell, Mass. Mello, Hazel 77 Brick Kilm Rd. E. Chelmsford, Mass. Meunier, Nancy 155 West St. Ludlow, Mass. Michard, Marcelle 8 Avon Ave. Methuen, Mass. Miele, Joan 310 Merrimack St. Methuen, Mass. Miller, Judith 455 Grove St. Reading, Mass. Milliken, Lois 187 Turnpike St. No. Andover, Mass. Molleur, Robert 23 Main St. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Mowat, Joyce 104 Pine St. Andover, Mass. Murphy, Elaine 505 Main St. Woburn, Mass. Murphy, Hugh 1540 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. Murray, Patricia 120 Monument St. Medford, Mass. Narkiewich, Rita 18 Carter St. Woburn, Mass. Ostman, Sylvia 13 Swain Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Pappadopoulos, Edith 136 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Peters, Margaret 259 Congress St. Milford, Mass. Potter, Marilyn 29 Magnolia St. Lawrence, Mass. Poulios, Sultana 83 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. Quinn, Ann 96 Gprham St. E. Chelmsford, Mass. Rochette, Theresa 22 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. Rousseau, Therese 63 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Santos, Richard 108 Beacon St. Somerville, Mass. Selvaggio, Ronald 14 Freeman St. Haverhill, Mass. Sheehan, Bertha 97 Massachusetts Ave. North Andover, Mass. Shugrue, Anne 49 Kinsman St. Lowell, Mass. Smith, Martha 505 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. Sullivan, Miriam 149 Pike St. Tewksbury, Mass. Terris, William 66 Wilson St. No. Billerica, Mass. Walsh, Mary 67 Nalson St. Winchester, Mass. Wells, Ralph Oakham, Mass. Zabierk, Roy 50 Hildreth St. Chelmsford, Mass. 105 CLASS OF 1958 Abodeely, Joan 52 Clare St. Lowell, Mass. Adamian, Harry 23 Melvin St. Arlington, Mass. Ashe, Katherine 50 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Axon, Beverly 52 Stedman St. Lowell, Mass. Bancroft, Priscilla 176 Marshall St. Tewksbury, Mass. Barrett, Edward 9 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Beauchesne, Margaret 25 Jackson St. Methuen, Mass. Blades, Florence 661 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. Bowers, Sewell 15 Church St. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Bridgeford, Lois 35 Puffer St. Lowell, Mass. Brockway, Judith 796 Charlton St. Southbridge, Mass. Brunelle, Gerard 43 Beaver St. Lowell, Mass. Burke, Maureen 19 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. Bushold, Joan 87 Saunders St. Lawrence, Mass. Cagliuso, Frank 124 Gov. Winthrop Rd. Somerville, Mass. Carey, William Main St. Dighton, Mass. Cassidy, Cornelia 146 Woodlawn St. Lawrence, Mass. Conlon, Carole 22 Gennington St. Lawrence, Mass. Conway, Betty 149 Midland St. Lowell, Mass. Cornwall, Vivian 17 Abbot St. Westford, Mass. Cowan, Manson Shirley Rd. Groton, Mass. Corrigan, Catherine 172 Saratoga St. Lawrence, Mass. Crossman, Marjorie 276 Andover St. Lawrence, Mass. Cunha, Joan 45 Winthrop Ave. Lowell, Mass. Daher, Eleanor 17 Whitman St. Lawrence, Mass. Darley, Joan l42Eaatford Rd. Southbridge, Mass. Dawson, Bctte 1 6 Granite St. Methuen, Mass. Demarais, Paul 402 Mammouth Rd. Lowell, Mass. Depetrillo, Delores 166 Lawrence St. Lawrence, Mass. Dimarriano, Rita 355 Chestnut St. Lawrence, Mass. Dorsey, Marguerite 18 Arlington St. Lawrence, Mass. Fitzpatrick, Fay 60 North St. Methuen, Mass. Flomp, Quenna 167 School St. Lowell, Mass. Gagnon, Leonard 25 Willis Drive No. Chelmsford, Mass. Gallagher, Mary 36 Sargent St. Lowell, Mass. Gardner, Anne 98 Converse Ave. Maiden, Mass. Giles, James 44 Royalston Ave. Lowell, Mass. Gillick, Julie 66 Waverly Road No. Andover, Mass. Goss, Jacqueline 20 James St. Lowell, Mass. Gouveia, Gabriel 53 A St. 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 20 Walker St. Medford, Mass. Harrison, Marilyn 12 Stone Ave. Winchesrer, Mass. Hayes, Anne 137 Arlington St. West Medford, Mass. Hentz, Robert 5 Salem Road No. Billerica, Mass. Hogan Patricia 37 Water St. Westboro, Mass. Hutchings, Karla Carthill Road No. Billerica, Mass. Jenkins, Mary Gail Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. Jordan, Ann 40 Everett St. Lawrence, Mass. Kagan, Edwin 23 Melvin St. Arlington, Mass. K ilm.ii i in. Anne 825 Boston Road Pinehurst, Mass. Kregotis, Lorraine Wine St. Andover, Mass. Krysiak, Barbara 11 Shawmut Ave. Lowell, Mass. Labrie, Richard 101 Temple St. Haverhill, Mass. Laganas, Patricia 118 Sanders Ave. Lowell, Mass. Lawlor, Marilyn 195 Emerald St. Maiden Mass. Leary, Gail 22 Anderson St. Lowell, Mass. Lee, Catherine 63 Madison St. Medford, Mass. Leonard, Mildred Park Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Lombard, Rita 10 Manning St. Woburn, Mass. Mac Elhinney, Lois 102 Summer St. Medford, Mass. Maguire, Mary, T. 181 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. Mahoney, Mary 75 Foster St. Lowell, Mass. Malloy, Janice 34 Haines Ave. Lowell, Mass. Martin, Brenda 49 Baltimore Ave. Lowell, Mass. Martineau, Pauline 426 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. McCarthy, Deborah 35 Oakland St. Lowell, Mass. McQuade, Kathleen 73 Farley St. Lawrence, Mass. Melia, Margaret, 63 Allston St. Lawrence, Mass. Merton, Alice North Road Bedford, Mass. Miskell, Anne 304 Hugh St. Lawrence, Mass. Mooney, Patricia 42 Harrison Ave. Lowell, Mass. Moore, Joann 84 Thayer St. Lowell, Mass. Murchie, Marlene 17 Mishawmen Rd. Woburn, Mass. O ' Connor, Mary 60 Buswell St. Lawrence, Mass. Owen, Henry 8 Stralhmore Rd. Methuen, Mass. Papavacil, Sophie 219 Winter St. Haverhill, Mass. Peck, Robert 306 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. Peloian, Beverly 28 B St. Lowell, Mass. Peroney, Mary 84 Reed St. Lowell, Mass. Peterson, Judith 85 Monroe St. Agawam, Mass. Purtell, Mary 318 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Regan, Margaret 27 Commodore St. Lowell, Mass. Retelle, Marjorie 350 River R.d Lawrence, Mass. Reusch, Mary 26 Piatt St. Lawrence, Mass. Santos, Florine 40 Linden St. Lowell, Mass. Schena, Marilyn 50 Hankcouk St. Haverhill, Mass. Seminatore, Anne 10 A Flag St. Woburn, Mass. Sexton, Joseph 33 Canton St. Lowell, Mass. Sheehy, Paul 136 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Spence, Jeanne 105 Arlington St. Lawrence, Mass. Sperounnis, Stella 93 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Stanton, Thomas 61 Freeman St. Arlington, Mass. Sullivan, George 286 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Sweeney, Cornelia 79 Warren St. Lawrence, Mass. Taylor, Wilma 719 Broadway Fall River, Mass. Todd, Geraldine Tomahawk Drive Tewksbury, Mass. Turilli, Irene MacArthur Road No. Reading, Mass. Unice, Cecile 148 Fort Hill Ave. Lowell, Mass. Whilmore, Patricia 11 A Granville Ave. Medford, Mass. Wood, David 17 A Rhodes Ave. Lynn, Mass. Wyman, Harvey 2 Benjamin Rd. Lexington, Mass. Yannalfo, Carol 16 Munroc St. Haverhill, Mass. Young, Sally 45 Swan St. Lawrence, Mass. 106 CLASS OF 1959 Alexion, Dorothea 67 Fifth St. Lowell, Mass. Ambiehl, Gail 218 Massachusetts Ave. North Andover, Mass. Andrews, Walter 46 Cypress Ave. Methuen, Mass. Barnes, Richard 125 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Barrett, Ann 9 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Barrows, Irene 50 Hornbeam Hill Chelmsford, Mass. Boyle, Joan 10 Fernwood St. North Andover, Mass. Brown, Theresa 600 Broadway St. Lowell, Mass. Brewster, Albert 8 River St. Wilmington, Mass. Carpenter, Richard 9 Cross St. Graniteville, Mass. Condon, Eleanor 441 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Conlon, Mary Jo 130 Chapel St. Lowell, Mass. Cresano, Carole 20 Davenport St. Haverhill, Mass. Davis, Margaret 96 Llewelyn St. Lowell, Mass. Dawkins, Bertha 13 Main St. Groveland, Mass. Desmarais, Janet 672 Chelmsford St. Lowell, Mass. Dias, Deanna 197 Smith St. Lowell, Mass. Dimauro, Geraldine 276 Oak St. Lawrence, Mass. Donnelly, Roseanne 34 Clare St. Lowell, Mass. Donovan, Carol 115 Bennington St. Lawrence, Mass. Driscoll, Barbara 276 Turnpike St. North Andover, Mass. Egan, Leanor 19 Bertram St. Lowell, Mass. Ennis, June 304 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Evos, Alice 595 Winthrop St. West Medford, Mass. Flynn, Joanne 612 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. Forsley, Victor 6 Cross St. Lowell, Mass. Frawley, Mary 157 B St. Lowell, Mass. Furr, Esther 42 Arlington St. West Medford, Mass. Gately, Mary Ellen 37 Melendy Ave. Watertown, Mass. Giovino, Rosemarie 53 Clewley Road West Medford, Mass. Harriman, Beverly 168 A St. Lowell, Mass. Harrington, Eileen 156 North Road Chelmsford, Mass. Herward, Mary 151 A Bailey St. Lawrence, Mass. Jenness, Pauline 611 Charles St. Fall River, Mass. Kelleher, Patricia 92 Webster St. Haverhill, Mass. Kenth, Evelyn 1112 Andover St. Tewksbury, Mass. Kitses, James 2 Aitamont St. Haverhill, Mass. Klements, Irene 818 Woburn St. Wilmington. Mass. Knoop, Robert 15 Nesmith St. Lowell, Mass. Lambert, Adrian 15 North Lowell St. Methuen, Mass. Langone, Carole 25 Mountain St. Woburn, Mass. Leavitt, Marilyn 78 Bradstreet Ave. Lowell, Mass. Leclair, Robert 60 Montview Ave. Lowell, Mass. Leite, John 24 Sayles St. Lowell, Mass. Lord, Kenneth 4 Gallagher Square Lowell, Mass. Lussier, Donald 22 Church St. Ware, Mass. Lyons, Carole 72 Myrthle St. Medford, Mass. Mason, Edwin 136 Sladen St. Dracut, Mass. MacLeod, Melba 32 Westland Ave . Saugus, Mass. Maynard, Herbert 19 Newton Road Arlington, Mass. McAndrews, Constance 19 Winthrop Ave. Methuen, Mass. McDowell, Sheila 658 School St. Lowell, Mass. McGuinness, William 225 Lexington Ave. Cambridge, Mall. McQuade, Hubert 146 West Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. Moore Sheila 47 Florence Ave. Lowell, Mass. Moriarty, Raymond 36 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Morris, Patricia 431 Pelham St. Methuen, Mass. Murphy, Margaret 40 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Murray, Louis 17 West St. Abington, Mass. Nissi, Joanne 17 Westford St. Haverhill, Mass. O ' Brien, Margaret Glenmere St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Day, Kathleen 227 Nesmith St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Shea, Richard 195 Moore St. Lowell, Mass. Page, Frank 37 Barber Ave. Worcester, Mass. Pappadopoulos, Mary 136 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Paquet, Jean 16 Hazel Road Medford, Mass. Paquin, Nancy 668 Lowell St. Lawrence, Mass. Parent, Leo 190 Hall St. Lowell, Mass. Pavao, John 615 Milford Road Swansea, Mass. Perreault, Lynne Mascuppic Trail Tyngsboro, Mass. Pierog, Barbara 21 Allen St. Lawrence Mass. Piatt, Loretta 76 Harris Ave. Lowell, Mass. Priestley, Virginia 94 Boxford St. Lawrence, Mass. Quigley, June 16 Genest Ave. Lowell, Mass. Quinn, Elizabeth 97 Woodward Ave. Lowell, Mass. Quinn, Mary 39 Harvard St. Lowell Mass. Reidy, Janet 107 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Renquin, Elaine 26 Tilton St. Lowell, Mass. Rollins, Frances Lowell St. Andover, Mass. Romalho, Ernest 11 Cottage St. Lowell, Mass. Ryan, George 22 Floyd St. Lowell, Mass. Sands, Kathryn 2106 Main St. Tewksbury, Mass. Santos, Eugenia 8 Plymouth Terrace Methuen, Mass. Scanlon, Patricia 102 Auburn St. Lawrence, Mass. Sheedy, Mary 15 Rock Glen Circle Medford, Mass. Simorellis, Christopher 17 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Spofford, Beverly Washington St. West, Boxford. Starkie, James 332 County St. Fall River, Mass. Stephens, Judith 553 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, Mass. St. Onge, Mona Boston Road Westford, Mass. Taylor, Dorothy 49 Hunting St. Maiden, Mass. Thomas James 89 Hayes Ave. Lowell, Mass. Travis, Barbara 12 Bay St. Amesbury, Mass. Valentine, Albert 54 Gorham St. E. Chelmsford, Mass. Welch, Mary 20 Thorncliff Ave. Lowell, Mass. Williams, Evan 1 Linder Court Lawrence, Mass. Wood, Bruce 138 Bridge St. Beverly, Mass. Zaher, Florence 148 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. 107 CLASS OF 1960 Ainslev, Ruth 145 Bowers St. Lowell, Mass. Allen. Barbara 144 Concord St. Lowell, Mass. Avery, Joan 17 Ohio Ave. Lawrence, Mass. Baroni, Barbara 57 Christian St. Lowell, Mass. Bartlett. Jane 120 Salem St. Maiden, Mass. Bell, Edward 69 Chestnut St. Lowell, Mass. Bemis, Elaine 133 Grove Ave. ilmington, Mass. Bovce, Maureen 86 Packard St. Hudson, Mass. Bovnes, Jean 62 Birchwood Rd. Methuen, Mass. Brennan, Josephine 50 Yardon St. Somerville, Mass. Brennan, Patricia 279 Fairrnount St. Lowell, Ha . Bridgeford, Richard 35 Puffer St. Lowell, Mass. Broun, Richard 28 Randolph St. Abington, Mass. Burke, Ellen 1 1 Talbot Ave. No. Billerica, Mass. Buycke, Anne 00 J uniper St. Lawrence, Mass. Carofel, Marianna 1 15 So. Loring St. Lowell, Mass. ( larviile, Sandra I 10 Marshall Ave. Lowell, Mass. ( (lino. Patricia I Memorial Drive I i k-hurv, I a--. Chandler, Dorothy 30 .-i Mea dow Rd. Lowell, Mass. t Jark, Joy it 7 leton Rd. Chelm-ford, Ma--. Condon, Nora I Sprague St. Billerica, Ma--. ( lOnnon, Mars 243 Woburn St. Medford, Ma--. f lonnon, Janel 24 Elm St. Lowell, Ma--. ( .row e, mi 34 Sunset •. I Ihelm iford, M i t . ii 1 1 1 ri .i 1 1 . I i .hi ' i " .Mill St. Dracut, Mi ' ii ' . i. I orraiiK- I . ' . Monti ale. e. i . I 1 1 r 1 1 , M.i f iirran. M ar . I I («■» .11 r Lowell, M-. ' url in. 1 . i r . ' , ' Main St. Haverhill, Ma Donahy, Donna 37 Katherine St. Lawrence, Mass. Darrah, Patricia Carisle Rd. Westford, Mass. DeSilva John 273 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. DiGennaro, Dennis 178 Tenney St. Methuen, Mass. Dionne, Marie 358 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Dispenza, Louis 33 Bradford Ave. Haverhill, Mass. Donahue, Frances 1367 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Donovan, Brian 90 Elm St. Haverhill, Mass. Downey, David 91 Oakland Ave. Methuen Mass. Drummond Mona 26 Ellis St. Woburn, Mass. Dublin, Constance 36 Auburn St. Haverhill, Mass. Durgin, Theadore 60 Auburn St. Medford, Mass. Dustin, Deanna 68 Beach St. Maiden, Mass. Edgerly, Donna 168 Newton Rd. Arlington, Mass. Emerick, Carol 19 Flint Circle Andover, Mass. Esile. Rita 64 Magnolia Ave. Andover, Mass. Farley, Carolyn 93 Blossom St. Lowell, Mass. Fit .patrick, Janet 60 North St. Methuen, Mass. Fisher, Ann 65 Arlington St. Medford, Mass. I ' lvim, John ' 101 Ml. Hope St. Lowell. Ma-, r ' raw lev , Hele n 157 B St. Lowell, Mass. Carside. Adrilli 807 North St. I cw ksbur , Mass. Gentill Rudolph 16 Gilbert St. L nil. Ma--. Giarrizo, Rocco 55 New ton Si Arlington, Ma--. Gingras, Reina I l I Margin Si. I a u rence, Ma--. Gleason, Maureen 1 810 Boston Road Pinehuret, Masn. Glynn, M arie i !2 Salem St. Lawrence, Ma--. Gottlieb, Lou 3oo hitwell Si. Quincy, Ma--. Goulakos, Mary 209 Salem St. Lowell, Mass. Grasso, Gerald 36 E. Laurel St. Lawrence, Mass. Greene, Marietta Kendall Road Tyngsboro, Mass. Hajjar, Lorraine 330 Merrimack St. Methuen, Mass. Hayes, Joan 15 Osborn Road West Medford, Mass. Hentz, Ann 5 Salem Road West Billerica, Mass. Hersey, William 160 Lawrence St. Lawrence, Mass. Hevey, Carol 119 Sherman St. Lowell, Mass. Hollins, S ylvia 1857 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. Holmes, Ruth M. 110 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Joyce, Patricia 19 Burgess St. Methuen, Mass. Kelly, Ann, A. 7 Pershing St. Forge Village, Mass. Kenyon, Arthur 200 Highland Ave. Lowell, Mass. Keville, Harriet 274 Appleton St. Lowell, Mass. Kimmell, Milton 40 Sagamore St. Lowell, Mass. King, Priscilla 340 Coggeshall St. Fall River, Mass. Kloza, Janet E. 203 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. Lambert, James 34 North Road Chelmsford, Mass. Leiter, John 17 Bowden St. Lowell, Mass. Longlin, Ann Marie 10 Livingston Ave. Lowell, Mass. I lUciano, Phyllis Spring St. Billerica, Mass. Luz, Helen 1122 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. Mader, ( iln istine 2 Pinkham Road Medford, Mass. Marchand, Boger 751 Broadwaj Lowell, Mass. Marshall, Patricia 723 Main Si. Woburn, Mass. Met larron, Marie 18 Sylvester St. Lawrence, Mass. Met larthy, Marj 1 Pern St. Ihelmsford, Mass. Met larthy, Ann 91 C Si. Lowell, Mass. I OH McDonough, Dorothy 118 Main St. Woburn, Mass. McGah, Thomas 66 Brown St. Waltham, Mass. McGowan, Emily 49 Coral St. Winchester, Mass. McHale, Noberta 10 Ellingsburg St. Lowell, Mass. McHugh, Mary 3 Vernon St. Woburn, Mass. McKee, Geroma 627 Main St. Woburn, Mass. McMahon, Ann Louise 256 Perry St. Lowell, Mass. Mitchell, Edward 20 Parkview Terrace Maiden, Mass. Moody, Arthur 7 Watt Terrace Chelmsford, Mass. Moran, Carol 230 Chelmsford St. Chelmsford, Mass. Moynihan, Mary 104 Dorchester St. W. Medford, Mass. Murray, Susan 120 Monument St. Medford, Mass. Nickerson, Austin 43 Tremont St. Woburn, Mass. Noonan, Eleanor 89 B St. Lowell, Mass. Nordberg, Colette 2 Second St. Woburn, Mass. Norris, George 263 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Brien, Anne 835 Boston Road Billerica, Mass. O ' Neill, Ellen Hillside Road Billerica, Mass. O ' Neill, Patricia Long Pond Road Tyngsboro, Mass. Ouellette, Richard 156 Columbia Road Lowell, Mass. Pacifico, Richard 260 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Packer, Mary Lou 70 Hampstead St. Methuen, Mass. Parker, Donald 12 Bridle St. Billerica, Mass. Parlin, t iatherine 34 Ncsmith St. Lawrence, Mass. Pendergast, John 138 Bowers St. Lowell, Mass. Bowers, t latherine 127 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. Preska, Charlotte Mary 15 New field St. t Ihelmsford, Mass. Pyne, Noreen 78 Ashkroft Road Medford, Mass. Reardon, Frances 59 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Reid, Gerald T. 29 Douglas Road Medford, Mass. Revelas, George F. 65 Freeman Ave. Everett, Mass. Reynolds, Constance 174 Fourth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Richards, Esther 356 West Meadow Roa Lowell, Mass. Richards, Jennie Old Lowell Road Westford, Mass. Richter, Charlotte 8 Gates St. Lowell, Mass. Riley, June 69 Keeley St., Haverhill, Mass. Rondeau, Estelle 25 Cross St. Lowell, Mass. Schanzer, Dianna 2020 Main St. Tewksbury, Mass. Schuller, Robert 202 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Seminatore, Marie Bedford St. Burlington, Mass Skop, Sandra A. 92 Swan St. Methuen, Mass. Smalley, Patricia 33 Hall Ave. Ballardvale, Mass. Stiles, Majorie 2 Ferry St. South Hadley, Mass Stimpson, Ruth 35 Carolyn St. Lowell, Mass. Strovink, Carolyn 4}4 Ashland Ave. Methuen, Mass. Thibeault, Jeanne 735 Varnuin Ave Lowell, Mass. Thomas, James 69 Hayes Ave. Lowell, Mass. Twarog, Barbara 585 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. Vacirca, Margherite 41 Farnham Si. Lowell, Mass. Wade, Muriel II Oxford St. Maiden, Mass. Ward, Gloria 172 Walnut Ave. Roxbury, Mass. Welch, Mary 20 Thorncliffe Ave. Lowell, Mass. Woronka, Sandra Ann 59 Plymouth St. Medford, Mass. This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. 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