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Show Hide text for 1958 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1958 volume: “ : $tmz LIBRA M«W gffiTcoO LIBRARY Oi % to ' THE KNOLL 1958 STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS »? A i ?oe§? Dedication We the class of 1958 dedicate this book to the further expansion of Lowell State Teachers College. As we have grown in wisdom and knowledge, so has our col- lege grown in size and fame. When we came here as Freshmen in the Fall of 1954, the college consisted of the original Ad- ministration Building. A year later we saw the addition of the Arts and Science Building. The recent annexation of the Battle ' s Estate and Presidents ' Hall with the accompanying grounds has extended the college boundaries to the banks of the Merrimack. Paralleling this rapid physical exi ansion has been Lowell ' s growth in reputation as an outstanding college in its field. We are proud to have profited by this expansion and have faith that further expansion will place Lowell high among prom- inent institutions. DR. DANIEL H. O ' LEARY President State Teachers College, Lowell It is with regret that I bid farewell to the Class of 1958. Your theme " Expansion " involves a measure of quality as well as one of quantity. In the four years that you have attended Lowell you have witnessed the modest beginnings of an expansion program here. Our campus and our buildings have both tripled in those years. This may sound well percentagewise, but it only involves growth from six acres to eighteen, from one building to three. More significantly, these four years have seen an expansion and strengthening of the quality of curricula, faculty and educational offerings. Regional as well as national accreditation has been earned. We have made a modest beginning. We know, however, that it is only a beginning, that the nation that has the schools has the future, that as Horace Mann once wrote " Education alone can conduct us to that enjoyment which is, at once, best in quality and infinite in quantity. " It is our hope that you too will not be satisfied with what you have learned here, that you will add to the education you received from your teachers a continuing education from yourselves, and that you will be as eager to help us in the future as we have been to help you in the past. f £ - Cy . President O ' Leary addresses the senior class at their Investiture. Mr. O ' Leary and his daughter Nancy chat with some friends at Father ' s Night. The versatility of Dr. O ' Leary is de- picted through the many roles that he plays daily, president, father, and hus- band. Dr. O ' Leary and his wife speak with Senior mothers, Mrs. William McCarty, Mrs. John Conway, Mrs. James Martin and daughter Florence, at the Mother ' s Tea. 44 Our Procop " To Dr. Domenic Procopio, " Thank you " is such a small word to express our gratitude for all you have done. Your guidance has been unique . . . you pushed us through Freshman year, dragged us through the Sophomore slump, sym- pathized with our Junior blues, and subdued our Sen- ior superiority. Through our triumphs and failures you have been what only you could be, patient, smil- ing, and ever-ready to give that bit of advice which so often was just the answer to our problem. We are humble that a man of your wisdom and talent should give so freely of himself to make what we think is the finest class ever to graduate from Lowell. If we are truly so, it is only because of you . . . our " Procop. " DR. DOMENIC R. PROCOPIO TO THE CLASS OF 1958 In the last few years, expansion on all school levels has been and still is a very serious problem to all associated with education. A partial solution has resulted in more buildings, equipment, administrative personnel, and teachers to handle the growing classes. Such physical expansion must increase to a much greater degree in the immediate future. Thus, the theme of your " Knoll " is a most timely one. It is my sincere hope that all this evidence stressing the importance of the quantitative elements of expansion does not blind you to the equally important qualitative aspects. In fact, the greater the quantitative needs of the whole, the easier it is to neglect the qualitative needs of the individual. Internal growth within the student must go on as it always has when physical expansion was not so pressing. For your own development, this means that you must continue your studies on the graduate level, travel widely to encompass the results of the many educational experiments now in progress, and profit from varied educational experiences. The total of these, when integrated within yourselves, will make you more capable of assuming an objective approach to the quantitative factors of expansion. Best of all, your own self-expansion, so to speak, will make you increasingly aware of the special needs of the individual, resulting in your constant efforts to balance the quantitative and qualitative aspects of expansion. A pyytArZ K Faculty Administration Building MARY E. McGAUVRAN Professor Education Dean of Women Director of Admissions JOHN J. FISHER Professor Biological Science Chairman, Department of Science i _..-• KJ MARGUERITE L. GOURVILLE Professor Chairman of Professional Education Director, Student Teaching and Place- ment WALTER P. COPLEY Instructor Mathematics GERTRUDE M. CUNNINGHAM Assistant Professor Education PATRICIA E. GEHRT Instructor Science HELEN G. DRINAN Assistant Professor Education WILLIAM H. MALONE Associate Professor Physical Science £ ALICE G. KIERNAN Instructor Elementary Education IGNATIUS A. CISZEK Instructor Health and Physical Education MARGARE1 R. SHANNON Assistant Professor Education DeMERRITTE A. Associate Professor Art I1ISCOE 1 I 10 JULIAN ROBERTS Dean of Men Chairman, English Department Director of Extension Studies FRANCIS P. O ' HARA Professor Social Science Chairman, Department of Social Science PHILIP R. DOOLEY Instructor Psychology and Visual Aids WILLIAM C. BURTO Assistant Professor English JOHN R. FITZGERALD Assistant Professor Social Science FORTUNATA C. CALIRI Assistant Professor English PATRICIA A. GOLER Instructor Social Science JAMES M. RYAN Assistant Professor English EDWARD T. KNOWLES Assistant Professor Social Science KALERVO KANSANNIVA Associate Professor Speech and Theater Arts FREDERICK A. Instructor Social Science NORTON WILLIAM D. JOYCE Assistant Professor Librarian 11 EDWAKD F. GILDAY, JR. Professor Chairman, Music Education Sabbatical Leave ROBERT M. SHAUGHNESSY Instructor Music BARBARA BENNETT Instructor Music Education CYRUS D. THOMPSON Associate Professor Music PAUL BREGOR Instructor Music H. MARIE GARRITY Instructor Health and Physical Education WILLIAM R. FISHER Professor Music Education ELIZABETH A. NEILSON Assistant Professor Health and Physical Education DOMENIC R. PROCOPIO Associate Professor Music Bridging the expanse between the faculty and students is Mrs. I lorencc Braricn, who is the faculty secretary. IRENE B. OLOUGHLIN, R.N. College Nurse The clerical staff of the administrative office include Miss Kath- leen Byrt, Head Clerk; Mrs. Beatrice Meagher, Secretary to the President; Mrs. Marion Athcrton, Bookkeeper. 12 X Training School Faculty Bartlett School THOMAS F. McSORLEY Master and Principal Bartlett School BARTLETT SCHOOL - Esther T. Burns, Helen J. Coyne, Elizabeth C. Coffey, Gertrude M. Bailey, Thomas F. McSorley, Principal, Anna C. Kiernan, and Patricia Washington School Higgins. Missing are: Dorothy iarty, and Mary F. Wallace. Frances Mor- HENRY E. McGOWAN Master and Principal Washington School WASHINGTON SCHOOL - Edward S. Byrne, Catherine V. O ' Connor, Penelope Z. Kopley, Alma Ward, Georgina P. Keith, Maryclare Hayes, and Henry McGowan, Prin- cipal. Missing are: Katherine F. Kearney, Elizabeth Con- ley, and William J. Notini. 13 Seniors u Arts and Science Building 15 JOSEPH H. SEXTON, JR. President B.S. Ed., Elementary " Mr. President " . . . Dad— off campus and on . . . " It was different in my day. " . . . true leader . . . keeper of the bookstore. ACTIVITIES: Class President 1, 2, 3, 4; S.G.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 1; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Book- store Asst. Manager 3, 4; Eastern States Conference 1. MARILYN LEE HARRISON Vice President B.S. Ed., Elementary " I ran out of gas " . . . Cheerful and willing . . . letters from Don . . . " excellent " . . . weekend traveler ... " I have an announce- ment. " ACTIVITIES: Class Vice President 4; Pegasus 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 3; Knoll Business Editor; Junior Prom Committee. IRENE C. TUR1LLI Secretary B.S. Ed., Elementary " Jeepers, kids " . . . " Guess who called me last night? " . . . liked by all . . . those natural waves . . . white limousine . . . ready, smile. ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4, Fiction Ed. 4; Drama Club 3; Elementary Chorus 2. ] GERARD A. BRUNELLE Treasurer B.S. Ed., Music Gerry . . . flamboyant singer . . . " La Vie en Rose " . . . treasurer ' s report . . . " Osculation is a sensation! " . . . infectious laugh. ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cam- pus Star 3; Concert Band 1; Lab. Band 2, 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH GALLAGHER Lecture Representative B.S. Ed., Elementary Liz . . . tops in teaching . . . " anyone for golf? " . . . summer trav- eler . . . Dave . . . stylish clothes . . . ladylike manner . . . always smiling. ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, 4; Lecture Representative 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. FLORINE MARIE SANTOS Library Representative B.S. Ed., Elementary New license . . . " What did you say? " dependable ... 20 miles per hour . . entious . . . new Pontiac. ACTIVITIES: Library Representative 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4 . spaghetti supper . . . fast talker . . . consci- 17 JOAN M. ABODEELY B.S. Ed., Elementary Joni . . . expressive eyes . . . " Is there a doctor in the house? " . . . talkative ... " I wonder what I got! " . . . Pollards. ACTIVITIES: Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 1, 2, 3, 4, As- sistant Ed. 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Award 2; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 4, Junior Prom Committee, N.E.T.C. Publication Associ- ation 3. HARRY GREGORY ADAMIAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Amiable . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . B.U. transfer . . . Latin lover . . . Turkish delight on a moonlit night . . . distinctive. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. KATHERINE JULIA ASHE U.S. Ed., Elementary Kay . . . " They have to be tall and mature " . . . double dimples . . . sport enthusiast . . . whiz at whist . . . charming personality. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 4. 18 BEVERLY LUCILE AXON B.S. Ed., Elementary Bev . . . " The customer is always wrong " . . . Rockies ... " I wish we ' d get a new car. " . . . " But I ' m cute " . . . " I ' m bored. " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Iona Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA ANN BANCROFT B.S. Ed., Elementary Banker for Cherry ' s . . . witty, dry humor . . . " Miss Physiology " . . . artistically gifted . . . posters by Priscilla ... a friend in need. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Pegasus 2, Art Ed. 2; Knoll Art Ed. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. EDWARD JAMES BARRETT B.S. Ed., Elementary Ned . . . vital cog in the MA. A. . . . odd choice in cars . . . " Where did I park the ' Pig ' ? " ... a little package of dynamite . . . B.U. transfer. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Head of Sports 3, Vice-President 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Knoll, Sports Editor; W.R.O. Dance Chair- man 3. 19 MARGARET ANNE BEAUCHESNE B.S. Ed., Elementary Peggy . . . Coffee and cards . . . Jimmy and the Stop and Shop . . . " Wait till you hear " . . . Good things come in small packages . . . " Gee, the hair matches the car. " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Pegasus 4. FLORENCE GERTRUDE BLADES B.S. Ed., Elementary Flair for the unusual . . . office girl at Cherry ' s ... an individ- ualist . . . class actress . . . blond hair . . . Knoll . . . loves leopard . . . Math. ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Plays 1, 2, 4; Knoll, Editor-in-Chief; Campus Star 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; N.E.T.C. Publication Association 3, 4; C.S.P.A. Conference 4; Junior Prom Committee. has the music " — . . . nice to cellar parties . . . white piano SEWELL E. BOWERS, JR. B.S. Ed., Music Sleepy time guy . . . " Miss . . know . . . " Got a cigarette? " . . . . M.A.A. bills. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3; Concert Choir 4; Concert Hand 1, 2, 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 4; Shows I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. 20 JUDITH ANN BROCKWAY B.S. Ed., Music Jug . . . strawberry locks . . . I ' m so tired of green clothes . . . " I ' m sick of this food " ... 8 o ' clock?! ACTIVITIES: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Iona Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Lab. Choir 1, 2. MARY A. MAHONEY BROWN B.S. Ed., Elementary " My Dave " . . . vivacious . . . " My own apartment " . . . Mrs. Brown . . . " Imagine, running water! " . . . winning smile. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1,2. MAUREEN ANN BURKE B.S. Ed., Elementary " Mo " . . . petit-sincere . . . easy to know . . . full of pep . . . Henry . . . " Stop at the next mailbox " . . . " I ' m glad I didn ' t study that. " ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. 21 JOAN L. BUSHOLD B.S. Ed., Elementary Petite . . . Vermont, then Boston, now Worcester . . . pinned . . . knitters anonymous . . . Dickie . . . car trouble . . . excitable. ACTIVITIES: Campus Star 2, 3, 4, Exchange Ed. 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. FRANK CAGLIUSO B.S. Ed., Music Frankie . . . searching dark eyes . . . flute-toned clarinet ... I love everybody . . . " How did I sound? " . . . " He breaks me up. " ACTIVITIES: Jazz Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab. Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Knoll, Associate Ed.; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Shows 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM BRADFORD CAREY U.S. Ed., Music bill . . . English classes . . . " My fuel pump broke. " . . . strong- minded . . . " No sin. " . . . explosive blond . . . daily trips to Nashua . . . Atlantic City homecoming . . . Nan. ACTIVITIES: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Baseball 2, 3; M.E.N.C. Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman of Pub- licity 3. 22 7 CORNELIA CASSIDY B.S. Ed., Elementary Connie . . . quiet and reserved ... " I forgot it at the training school. " . . . pony tail and freckles . . . fun to have around. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Pegasus 4. CAROLE JANET CONLON B.S. Ed., Elementary Tall beauty ... a flair for fashion . . . jovial, yet sophisticated . . . pleasant manner . . . " Let ' s have a discussion " . . . " Where ' s the library? " . . . Paul. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Elementary Chorus 2, 3; Class Day Song Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. BETTY JANE CONWAY B.S. Ed., Elementary " B. J. " . . . friendly . . . carefree . . . dancing at the Commodore . . . " He must be tall, dark and educated. " . . . " Hi ' ya! " ... " I feel left out. " ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. 23 VIVIEN RAE CORNWALL B.S. Ed., Elementary Vie . . . casual manner . . . beauty with brains . . . demure . . . keeps post office happy . . . " Are you all going? " . . . exotic. ACTIVITIES: Campus Star 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4. CATHERINE F. CORRIGAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Kay . . . red hair tempered with a smile . . . Mr. Hoyle ' s col- laborator . . . " The first grade is wonderful. " . . . party-goer. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Creative Writing 3. MANSON W. COWAN B.S. Ed., Music Bill and Barbie . . . " Got-cha. " . . . lesson plans . . . perplexed theorist . . . " C ' mon, let ' s go. " . . . Captain . . . leather jacket . . . thrifty . . . " Tripe. " AC II VI I IIS: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 2, 3; M.E.N.C. Show I. 24 MARJORIE A. CROSSMAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered . . . sparkling diamond My Bob . . . bubbling with enthusiasm . . . car trouble. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3. JOAN FRANCES CUNHA B.S. Ed., Elementary Joannie . . . " Don ' t you like my driving? " . . . natural beauty . . . knee socks . . . " I ' m so tired. " . . . " I ' m going to the library. " ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 4. ELEANOR J. DAHER B.S. Ed., Elementary Lovely complexion . . . Bob . . . Phi-Psi Pin . . . " Is my face red? " . . . fashionable. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Elementary Chorus 2, 3. 25 JOAN ANTOINETTE DARLEY B.S. Ed., Music Joanie . . . quiet, expressive . . . rare moments of bubbling gaiety . . . Frankie . . . Bach preludes . . . " Remember, this is an elec- tric organ. " ACTIVITIES: Pegasus 3; Concert Band 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Women ' s Chorus 2; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. DOLORES LORNA DePETRILLO B.S. Ed., Music Quiet, dark beauty . . . " What ' s the goff!? " . . . coy smile . . . logs galore . . . biscuits and spaghetti . . . silent laughter . . . Calypso dancer. ACTIVITIES: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. RITA DiMARIANO B.S. Ed., Elementary Curly hair . . . twinkling eyes . . . still water runs deep smiling sweetness . . . methods, units, now the third grade pretty as a picture. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, -1; Newman Club 4; Pegasus 4. 20 ELIZABETH DAWSON DONOVAN B.S. Ed., Elementa ry Professional chairman . . . quiet and dependable . . . favorite holi- day—Washington ' s Birthday . . . sisters— there were never more de- voted sisters . . . sweet, smiling, sincere. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; Student Gov- ernment 2, Assistant Social Chairman 2. MARGUERITE MARIE DORSEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Carefree lass . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . . . " You know what I mean " ... " I brought my cards " . . . vim, vigor, vitality . . . person- ality plus. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4. FRANK THOMAS ESILE B.S. Ed., Music Frankie . . . Hillman Minx . . . French horn solos (no transcrip- tions, please) . . . Joanie . . . sculptor. ACTIVITIES: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. Shows 3, 4. 27 PATRICIA HOGAN FARRELL B.S. Ed., Elementary Pat . . . believer of free education . . . long walks . . . " My Dick " . . . motherhood, diapers and bottles . . . trips to Westboro. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Class Vice President 2; Drama Club 1. FAY NORENE FITZPATRICK B.S. Ed., Elementary Summers at Hampton . . . " my riders " . . . " I ' ll never tell " . . . cafe and cards . . . Ipana smile . . . peaceful expression. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 4; Pegasus 4; Junior Prom Committee. ALICE MERTEN FLEMING B.S. Ed., Elementary Up the proverbial creek . . . " Matt " . . . " Fleming, not Merten " . . . shopping lists . . . apartment in Billerica. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. I, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 2; Newman Club 2, I; Pegasus I. 28 QUEENA P. FLOMP B.S. Ed., Elementary Zealous worker . . . school spirit . . . versatile . . . likable . . . " I ' ll help " . . . Cheerful and willing . . . Drama Club prop. lady. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 2, 3, 4; Feature Ed. 2, Exchange Ed. 3, 4; Iona Fellow- ship 1, 2, 3, 4; N.E.T.C. Publication Association 1, 2, 3, 4; C.S.P.A. Conference 4; Knoll, Assistant Editor-in-Chief; Junior Prom Com- mittee, Chairman. LEONARD E. GAGNON B.S. Ed., Elementary Roland . . . Diddi-I? . . . " You lost me " . . . Expert on photography . . . skating parties— with lots of good food . . . always willing. ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Knoll, Co-Photography Ed. ANNE GARDNER GERRY B.S. Ed., Music Professional attitude lightly covering mischievous deviltry . . . " My Funny Valentine " ... a house in the country . . . " My Donny. " ACTIVITIES: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, Executive Board 2, Secretary 3, Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 2, 3; W.R.O. 2, 3, 4. 29 JAMES T. GILES B.S. Ed., Music Jimmy . . . Curly haired gladiator . . . the library . . . " Oh, I wasn ' t told that " . . . Fisher ' s finder . . . needs, interests, and abilities . . . L.T.L Choir master. ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; Lecture Representative 2; M.E.N.C. 4, Shows 3. JULIA MARGARET GILLICK B.S. Ed., Elementary Miss Julie Gillick and party . . . " Ten part opera " . . . " What are we going to do tonight? " . . . dry wit . . . sense of humor . . . lost sandwich . . . trips in " our car. " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Head of Bowling 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 4. GABRIEL JOHN GOUVEIA B.S. Ed., Music Gabe . . . trumpeter ' s lullaby . . . 40 m.p.h. . . . " Man like, it ' s a gas! " . . . " Listen to tbis chord " . . . real swinging tune. ACTIVITIES: College Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 1, Shows 1, 2, 3; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Club 3, 4. 30 ; MONA R. GRIFFIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Desi . . . the Vicoress . . . pleasing personality . . . my twin sisters . . . avid actress . . . sociable . . . camp counselor ... flu shots . . . peeling oranges in Shakespeare. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; W.R.O. I, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 4; Elementary Chorus 2; Drama Club Shows 2, 3. ELIZABETH ANNE HAGGERTY B.S. Ed., Elementary Bette . . . Miss Collegiate . . . photogenic . . . laughing blue eyes . . . vervacious . . . " Would ya. " . . . " Oh my gosh, wait ' til I tell ya. " ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Pegasus 1, 4. MARILYN AUDREY HALL B.S. Ed., Elementary First grade rooter . . . " Did you get the Times? " . . . camp coun- sellor . . . Sundays in Billerica. . . " Everything ' s George " . . . quiet and dependable. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 1, Head of Sports 2; Iona Fellowship 1, 4; Knoll, Sports Editor. 31 BARBARA ANN HARRIGAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Charming sincerity . . . friendly by nature . . . managed to have good grades along with a good time . . . " Did I get a letter today? " ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Pegasus 1. ANNE LORRAINE HAYES B.S. Ed., Music Annie . . . " You must be out of your natural born mind, girl! " . . . Carl . . . fried chicken . . . " Mizz " Evans . . . " Drive me down the station. " ACTIVITIES: M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; W.R.O. 1, 2; College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Club 2; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3. ROBERT EUGENE HENTZ B.S. Ed., Elementary Bob ... " I disagree " . . . Mary, Ben, and Billy . . . " As 1 sec it " . . . wonderful disposition . . . " However, I still maintain. " ACTIVITIES: Class Vice-President 3; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Football 1, Basketball 2, Volleyball 3. 3 2 KARLA DANIELS HUTCHINGS B.S. Ed., Elementary Sports enthusiast . . . " waiting for my ship to come in " . . . " You ' re soft as a grape " . . . Hutching ' s haven for homeless animals . . . " huh. " ACTIVITIES: Iona Fellowship 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 4. ANN ELLEN JORDAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Nancy . . . " Will it shock her? " . will " . . . " Who ' s got a life-saver? " . . ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ex ecutive Board 4; Campus Star 4; Pegasus 4; Junior Prom Com mittee. slightly red . . . " Sure you I mean " . . . smiling bowler. RITA SYLVIA JOYAL B.S. Ed., Elementary Black hair with dark eyes . . . needles, buttons and zippers . . . " Honestly " . . . special needs for second graders . . . rainbow pills. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. 33 ANNE B. KILMARTIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Anne . . . the life of our reading class . . . " No, seriously " . . . efficient W.R.O. president ... an all-a-round sport . . . " Oh, but he ' s nice! " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Star 4; Newman Club 1, 4; Pegasus 3, 4; S.G.A. 4; Swampscott Conference 4, Class Day Song Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. BARBARA HELEN KRYSIAK B.S. Ed., Elementary Athletics plus . . . " I ' m up to my neck in duties. " . . . " Has anyone seen Julie? " . . . New York trips with the gang . . . Efficient, enthusiastic, energetic. ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 1, 2; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Softball 3; Head of Hockey 4; Pegasus 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Science Club 1, S.G.A. Westfield Conference 4; Junior Prom Committee. RICHARD LaBRIE U.S. Ed., Elementary Tex . . . an opinion on anything . . . . " My bookie is alter me " . . pants. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. I, 2, . " , I; Pegasus . " », I: Editor-in-Chief I; J.V. Basketball 2; Lecture Representative 3. " I can ' t afford not to work " flashy sportcoat and pegged 34 PATRICIA A. LAGANAS B.S. Ed., Elementary Quiet sophistication . . . W.R.O. Playdays ... a good friend . . . pleasing personality . . . " Skiing anyone? " . . . attractive. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Cam- pus Star 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Assistant Editor-in-Chief 4; Pegasus 2, 3, 4; Non-Fiction Ed. 3, Managing Ed. 4; Elementary Chorus 2. MARILYN C. LAWLOR B.S. Ed., Elementary Mai . . . Big Moose . . . blue bird flying low on Rt. 3 . . . skates and palette . . . " Naughty " pine recreational room . . . loves sports. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Repre- sentative to W.R.O. 3. GAIL C. LEARY B.S. Ed., Elementary Petite . . . quiet . . . " Keep on smiling " . . . sixth grade? . . . with no trouble . . . hopeful anticipation . . . wedding bells. ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. curls 35 CATHERINE JANET LEE B.S. Ed., Elementary Busy as a bee . . . University of Massachusetts enthusiast . . . suffers from testitis . . . " I ' m a nervous wreck " . . . golf enthusiast . . . bowling pro???? . . . cute, colorful colleen. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. individual . . . literary " Seriously though " . . . MILDRED RITA LEONARD B.S. Ed., Elementary Millie . . . versatile . . . sympathetic . genius . . . " Be back in a minute " . . " Am I late???? " ACTIVITIES: Campus Star 3, 4, News Ed. 4; Pegasus 1, 2, 3, 4, Fiction Ed. 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, Assistant Ed. 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Junior Prom. RITA ANN LOMBARD B.S. Ed., Elementary Hank ... a sparkling personality with a sparkling finger . . . an easy manner . . . sophisticated style . . . " Don ' t say any more. " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 1; Pegasus 2, 3, 4. 36 BRENDA KAREN MARTIN B.S. Ed., Music Voguish clothes . . . hills of New Hampshire . . . " Have you seen Queena? " . . . dark wavy hair . . . this June . . . " time for a change, Hon. " ACTIVITIES: Campus Star 1, 2, 3, Music Editor 2, Ass ' t Editor 3, C.S.P.A. 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Club 2, 3, 4; All-College Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 2, 3, 4; Opera Workshop 4; Junior Prom Co-Chairman; M.E.N.C. Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2. PAULINE FRANCES MARTINEAU B.S. Ed., Elementary Vitality . . . " Achoo " . . . allergic to Burtoitis . . . Basketball coach . . . " Never say die " . . . " I ' ve got to buy a new dress " . . . slow and easy. ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 4; Pegasus 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. . . quiet personality . . . no filter tips . . . " Thank CECILE UNICE McCARTHY B.S. Ed., Elementary " Danny boy " . . . top-notch leader petite . . . she is always on the go . you " . . . M.R.S. degree. ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, 4, Assembly Chairman 3; Cam- pus Star 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Pegasus 2, 3, 4, Non-fiction Editor 2, Poetry Editor 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Newman Club 2; Lecture Committee; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Productions 1, 2, 3. 37 DEBORAH MARIE McCARTY B.S. Ed., Elementary Debbie . . . socially minded . . . happy wanderer . . . diplomat . . . talkative eyes . . . " Honest to gosh kids " . . . " Let ' s get a pizza " . . . sweet and sincere. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ex- ecutive Board 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 4; Student Council 3, 4, Social Chair- man 3, Vice President 4; Knoll 4, Ass ' t Business Manager; Con- ference Delegate 3, 4. " Didn ' t you think that was . Miss President . . . " Where MARY THERESA McGUIRE B.S. Ed., Music Terry . . . Contralto or Mezzo? . . funny? " . . . " Pay your blanket fee " is the next conference? " ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Assistant Chairman Pub- lic Relations 2; Chairman Public Relations 3, President 4; Knoll, Assistant Editor; Campus Star 2, 3, 4, Music Editor 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; N.E.T.P. Conference Swampscott 2, 3, 4; Eastern States Conference, New York 3, 4; Jazz Club 2; Council of S.G.A. Presidents of S.T.C. in Massachusetts 4. JAMES F. McMAHON B.S. Ed., Elementary Jim . . . worldly wise . . . mixologist at George ' s . . . " It ' s im- material " . . . " You ' re right! " . . . " Yikeslll " .. . . never a dull moment. ACTIVITIES: Basketball I, 2; Baseball I; M.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; New- man Club 3, i; Pegasus i. 38 KATHLEEN E. McQUADE B.S. Ed., Elementary Kay . . . faithful to Hampton . . . dance, Ballerina, dance ... a little girl quality . . . " whist anyone? " . . . " Say hello for me. " ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. MARGARET R. MELIA B.S. Ed., Elementary Peggy . . . romanticist ... no minor vices . . . worldly wise? . . . imagination plus ... " I lost my friend somewhere " . . . " sure I do. " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. ; fc.jj iii.!r 0.« ' •«; ANNE MARIE MISKELL B.S. Ed., Elementary " Anyone got a cigarette? " . . . Fudgie . . . " Maybe I ' ll grow " . . . week-ends in Lowell . . . pleasing blondie ... a sixth grade teacher, not really! ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4. 39 JANICE MARIE MOLLOY B.S. Ed., Elementary " I only read it four times " . . . Sparkling Irish eyes . . . Likes to dabble in photography . . . Her favorite class . . . " Lunch of course! " ACTIVITIES: Campus Star 1, 2, 3; Photography Editor 1, 2, 3; Award 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Knoll 4, Co-Photograph Editor. PATRICIA ANN MOONEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Pat . . . " who is going to Woburn? " . . . dark haired lady . . . smiles for all . . . soft spoken . . . slim and stately Senior. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 1. JO ANN MARY MOORE U.S. Ed., Elementary Fortunate enough to have trips to Florida . . . Love for clothes and jewelry . . . wears them well, too . . . quiet and sociable . . . Those Four Lads. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 4; Pegasus 4. 40 MERLENE L. MURCHIE B.S. Ed., Elementary Red head . . . well liked . . . well dressed . . ... a diligent letter writer . . . easy to talk to. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3. musically inclined LOIS MacELHINEY MURPHY B.S. Ed., Elementary Little Lilliputian . . . Lola . . . Hey Murph! . . . independent thinker . . . intellectual . . . self-reliant . . . talented actress. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Knoll, Literary Editor. MARY C. O ' CONNOR B.S. Ed., Elementary Warm hearted and agreeable . . . always ready . . . has acquired Senior superiority. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. sports specialist 41 HENRY W. OWEN B.S. Ed., Elementary Hank . . . enthusiastic wrestler . . . crafty . . . Rita . . . creative writer . . . neither rain nor snow . . . nor accident will keep him from class. ACTIVITIES: Pegasus 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; M.A.A. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT KEITH PECK B.S. Ed., Music Bob . . . " There I was— " . . . observer . . . " My heart is in R. I. " . . . clean-up committee . . . Camp Robin Hood . . . neutralite. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3; Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Track Team 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 2; Jazz Club 2, 3; Intercollegiate Band 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY ANN PELOIAN B.S. Ed., Elementary " Bev " . . . going steady . . . " Gary " . . . friendly personality . . . fun loving . . . California bound . . . careful driver . . . D.A. ' s sec- retary. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 1, 2; Cap and Gown Chairman. 42 MARY T. PERONEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Intelligent . . . quiet charm speaks for itself . . . cool, calm and collected . . . lovely hair . . . liked by all who know her . . . science specialist. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Newman Club 1,2. MARY ELLEN PURTELL B.S. Ed., Elementary Athlete A plus . . . likeable a good friend . . . sincerely sympathetic . . . loves Shakespeare class . . . n ' est pas? . . . bonjour, Mademoiselle. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Basketball 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRIET J. RABIAS B.S. Ed., Elementary Petite . . . lovely clothes . . . " drop in anytime " . . . still hope for a few more inches . . . that natural wave . . . McClood, McClud, McCloud. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. 43 MARY D. REUSH B.S. Ed., Elementary Lilting loveliness . . . tiny tyke . . . pony-tail with a new twist . . . there is a method to her madness and a madness to methods . . . " Let ' s go to McGoverns. " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN CAROLE SCHENA B.S. Ed., Elementary " Moose " . . . petite and naive . . . collegiate . . . artistic flair . . . beautifully dressed . . . posters by Marilyn . . . loves Hampton. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4, Art Editor 4; Science Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. ANNE MARIE SEMINATORE B.S. Ed., Elementary Sweetness and beauty plus ... a winning smile and sparkling eyes . . . warm personality . . . admired by everyone . . . private dressing room needed. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Campus Star I, 2; Pegasus 1. 44 PAUL JOSEPH SHEEHY B.S. Ed., Elementary " What did you say? " . . . Good worker . . . political minded . . . " Why didn ' t someone tell me class began at 9 :00? " ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3; N.E.T.P. Conference, Swampscott 4; Intramural Football, Vol- leyball 1, 2, Intramural Golf 4. STELLA LOUISE SPEROUNIS B.S. Ed., Elementary Always a helping hand in the drama club . . . very friendly and easy to talk to . . . W.R.O. Playdays. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 4; Pegasus 4. ERNEST S. STALTARE B.S. Ed., Elementary Ern . . . " You should see how big my baby is now. " . . . man of many jobs . . . easygoing and devoted . . . Transfer from Wor- cester Junior College. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 45 GERALDINE TODD STAN TON B.S. Ed., Elementary " Gerry " . . . soft spoken . . . well read . . . artistically inclined . . . small sincere . . . " stop it! " . . . traveling pro . . . " Tom. " ACTIVITIES: Pegasus 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- book 4; Associate Editor; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS J. STANTON B.S. Ed., Elementary " Tom . . . Gerry " . . . steamed clams . . . Me Bongo . . . steady and dependable ... no fairsie . . . transferred from Boston University. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4. G. DOUGLAS SULLIVAN, JR. B.S. Ed., Elementary Doug . . . " any minute now " . . . " Guess what, Patty said a new word. " . . . Patty has a baby brother now . . . I ' ll check the files . . . Mary . . . " Two dollars please. " ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, A, Vice President 3; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Bookstore 3, 4, Manager 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 1, Student Council 3. 46 GERALD A. SULLIVAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Gerry . . . Solomon . . . excellent impersonations ... a joke for every occasion . . . fighting Irishman ... discussion at the drop of a hat . . . transfer from Merrimack. ACTIVITIES: M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4. CORNELIA SWEENEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Connie ... on cloud eight . . . shopping in Lawrence . mint and Luckies . . . " What ' s trumps? " ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4. Spear- JACKQUELINE GOSS SWYMER B.S. Ed., Music Jackie . . . " All ' s I know is,— " . . . Fred ... " I need a new dress " . . . " Who cares? " . . . Kerchoo!, etc., etc., etc. . . . Lally ho! ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, Women ' s Chorus 2, 3; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 47 ARTHUR NORRIS THOMPSON B.S. Ed., Music " Can ' t hear you, Joan. " . . . organ master . . . always a helping harid ... " I may be wrong, but— " . . . rhythmic activities. ACTIVITIES: Concert Band, Piano Soloist; Spring Concert 3; M.E.N .C. 2, 3, 4; Laboratory Band 4. PATRICIA A. WHITMORE B.S. Ed., Elementary Pat . . . plaids and tweeds . . . weekends at Bowden . . . attractive . . . Grace . . . big brown eyes. ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, Assistant Social Chairman 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Head of Riding 3; Pegasus 4; Junior Prom Committee. DAVID LAWRENCE WOOD B.S. Ed., Music Tall and blond . . . The Inferno . . . high blush pressure . . . kinetic personality . . . our Gene Krupa. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Shows I, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Club 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Iona Fellowship 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Knoll, Assistant Music Ed. 48 HARVEY H. WYMAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Coach . . . Nancy and little Nancy . . . Transfer from B.U. " I ' ll hit you a few long balls " . . . man of many thou ghts. ACTIVITIES: Pegasus 3, 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL JANE YANNALFO B.S. Ed., Elementary Always talking and smiling . . . amiable . . . new hair-do ... " I mean— you know what I mean " . . . Always bubbling. ACTIVITIES: W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Day Song Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Elementary Chorus 2; Drama Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. SALLY ANN YOUNG B.S. Ed., Elementary Newmanite . . . loves a good time . . . " Hi, How are ya. " . . . " I ' m shook " . . . with her pixie haircut . . . " Did you pay your dues? " ACTIVITIES: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, 4; W.R.O. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Student Council Secretary 4; Junior Prom Committee. 49 ROBERT A. HUNTER B.S. Ed., Elementary Bob ... an educational philosophy that fills the bill . . . His faithful friend: the station wagon . . . always ready with a smile . . . transferred from East Carolina College. EDWIN KAGAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Ed . . . Mr. Serious ... an individualist . . . never at a loss for words . . . firm convictions . . . can converse in many languages on many subjects . . . transferred from Boston Teachers. Early Expansion Joyce M( Carthy Mona McCarthy Patricia McCarthy Maureen Miller Rosalie Morookian Robert Mullen Barbara Nagle Anthone) O ' Brien Marie Panageotopoulos Sophie- Papavacil (udith Peterson Sally I ' osnic k Margaret Regan Mai jorie Retelle Ruth Santoi o I-.veh n Silvia Jean Spense Sally Stuart Wilma Taylor June Traverse Angelo Trovato Joan Wallace Ann Walsh Janice Whitely Marc ia Anderson Gerald Bellanti Lois Bridgeford Patricia Carey Robei i Collins Eileen Cronin Joseph Curry Paul Desmarais Pauline Despres Rita Devlin Peter Dunnigan Donald Enis Joyce Flanagan Anne Flood Albert Forest Barbara Fox Elaine Garside Rosemarie Giampa Marjorie Hey Mary Gail Jenkins Lorraine Kregotis Edward Loft us Lee Mac Donald William Mason Senior Investiture A step forward, Senior Investiture, Sunday, November 3, 1957 Class Hymn Our torch here kindled by Thee Offered light to our way. Graces given so free Saw us through each day. Lord, bless this our knoll, Lord, grant each his goal. Upon this hallow ' ed ground, Here it was that we found, Graces abundantly Granted us by Thee music: Frank Cagliuso ivords: Anne Kilmartin Carol Yannalfo 51 Underclassmen 52 President ' s Hall 53 CLASS OFFICERS - Seated: Hubert McQuade, Pres.; Dr. Francis O ' Hara, Advisor; Joanne Nissi, V. Pres. Standing: Joan Stowell, Treas.; Richard Barnes, Lect. Comm.; Irene Borrows, Sec; Albertine Levasseur, Lib. Comra. Class of 1959 The Class of 1959 is energetic, enthusiastic, effervescent, and efficient, but we knew them when they weren ' t so. As " Freshmen they came here expecting to find a college where they could improve on their knowledge, " but they soon learned to play cards in the cafe, ping-pong in the lounge, and sports in the gym. As Sopho- mores they finally sang-away our banner and outgrew sophomore-itis. " Methods dragged them too, all gay young blades were through, " how- ever they survived and now the Seniors will take their own advice and " go home, go home, go Iwme with our degrees, go home, go home. You ' re the Seniors now, we seel " 54 The Juniors: Singing for their banner, carrying the ivy for their big sister and brother class, modeling at fashion shows, and entertaining at banquets, the Symphony of the Sea, at concerts, M.E.N.C. ' s Brigadoon, and at parties for their little sisters and brothers. 55 Our little brothers and sisters receive a formal introduction to L.T.C. at the Freshman Recep- tion when they first arrive; then they end the year by singing the praises of their wonderful class at Class Night. In between they learn to acquire a social growth and development, to receive well deserved ovations at Bops Pops, to can the can-can with precision personified, and to appear sweet and demure while they model at fashion shows. 56 Class of 1960 Our brother and sister class has followed in our illustrious footsteps. They have encounted the battle fields of needs, interests, and abilities and emersed triumphant. " On To Methods " is the cry. Here is a word of advice: Remember — Sophomores next of L.T.C. Next year Juniors you will be So stick by the Golden Rule While you are in practice school Sophomore-itis must be through Or next Jan. you ' ll be blue. Just remember this short ditty And next year you ' ll be sitting pretty. Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Library Representative Lecture Representative Advisor John DeSilva Ellen O ' Neill Maureen Boyce June Riley Susan Murray Anne McMahon Mr. Walter P. Copley 57 Officers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Library Representative Lecture Representative Advisor William Hersey Mildred Reardon Nancy O ' Leary David Rousseau Charles Mitsakos Gerry Cote Dr. Patricia Goler f h i ■ i • l g n r n r . 6 Qg $ Qf o g o £ Freshmen make their presence known about the campus, Jerry Cote dribbles down the court, Ed Russo blows cool sounds, and some Freshmen girls receive life-saving awards. Class of 1961 This year ' s freshman class is the largest ever to enter Lowell State Teachers College. They are not only large quantitively but also qualitively. These " men and women " have learned to " be specific " , give five minute speeches, analize paintings, recognize melodies, and calculate mathematical impossibilities. Upperclassmen have ' taught ' them . . . " all those naughty tricks like cards, and cuts and such; many ways of talking just like . . . ' care ' . . . ' rest ' and . . . ' too much ' . " Freshmen eventually become Seniors, at least that ' s what we ' ve been told. fc £% f | 59 Organizations 60 Student Activity Building 61 Student Council Executive officers of the main branch, the Student Government, comprise the Student Council. These officers are elected yearly, from the student body who are members of the Student Government Association, upon payment of an activity fee, which subsidizes all activities, clubs, and functions at the college. The " Council " members are the elected, active representa- tives of the student body. The basic purpose of the " Council " is to act as the governing board of the student body. It acts in the best interests of the faculty and students at Lowell, which ultimately will help the State Teachers College at Lowell to retain its standing among the colleges of the nation. Theresa McGuire, President of the Student Government mo- deling at the S.G.A. ' s Mother ' s Tea. Seated: Kathleen O ' Day, licas.; Deborah NhCaiiy, Vice Pres.; Dr, Jolm Fisher, Advisor; Theresa McGuire, President; Sally Young, Sec. Standing: Henr) Owen, Pegasus; Cecile McCarthy, Campus Star; John DeSilva, Sophomore Pres.; Anne Kilmartin, W.R.O.; Victor Forsley, Public Relations; Joanna Flynn, Social Chairman; and Edward Bai rett, MA. A. (i2 BOARD OF EDITORS Seated: Marilyn Harrison, Business Editor; Queena Flomp, Assistant Editor-in-Chief; Florence Blades, Editor-in-Chief; Theresa McGuire, Assistant Editor-iyi-Chief; Lois Murphy, Literary Editor. Standing: Janice Molloy, Co-Photography Editor; Deborah McCarty, Assistant Business Editor; Edward Barrett, Co-Sports Editor; Leonard Gagnon, Co-Photography Editor; and Marilyn Hall, Co-Sports Editor. Missing: Pris- cilla Bancroft, Art Editor; Anne Gerry, Music Editor; Geraldine Stanton, Associate Editor; David Wood, Associate Editor; and Frank Cagliuso, Associate Editor. 1958 Knoll The Knoll is an expression of what college life has been like at Lowell for the past four years. The editors have worked long and hard in their attempt to capture pictorially not only the present day activities but also those past experiences which seemed unforgettable. However in many cases it will be only through the Knoll that we will recall these incidents and acquaintances of our college days. " And since we ' ll not see each other again Because we ' ll be teaching out in the glen " We give you for reflection The Knoll. 63 Queena Flomp Assistant Edito Pegasus Lowell Teachers College is proud to have one of the first and finest college literary publications. It was only fitting that the name Pegasus be given to such a magazine since Pegasus, a winged horse of Greek legend, is associated with poetical inspiration. The purpose of the organization is to encourage stu- dents to participate in the acts of creative thinking and writing. The material published in Pegasus is written entirely by students of Lowell State Teacher ' s College, and the creative material ranges from non- fiction and fiction to poetry and art. Although Pegasus is only in its fourth year, it has already been accepted and acclaimed by all the stu- dents. This was clearly proved this year when the student body voted Pegasus a seat on the Council. It is the hope of the organization that in the future it will inspire more and more students to express them- selves creatively. Staff Editor-in-Chief Asst. Ed. -in-Chief Managing Editor Business Manager Fiction Editor Non-Fic. Editor Poetry Editor Art Editor Social Chairmen Advisor Henry Owen Mildred Leonard Patricia Laganas Michael Connors Irene Turilli Richard LaBrie Cecile McCarthy Marilyn Schena Mary Gallagher Paul Getchell Dr. Julian Roberts 64 Campus Star Editor-in-Chief Asst. Ed. -in-Chief Managing Editor Business Manager News Editor Feature Editor Music Editor Sports Editors Exchange Editors Photography Editor Advisors Cecile McCarthy Patricia Laganas Albert Brewster Florence Blades Mildred Leanard Marietta Greene Mary Ellen Gately Hubert McQuade Mary Quinn Oueena Flomp Joan Bushold Florence Zaher Dr. Wm. C. Burto Dr. James Ryan Miss G. Cunningham The members of the Campus Star feel that they have one of the finest newspapers in the United States. There was a time when the paper consisted merely of a four page letterpress newssheet written by a few editors. But now it has grown to a four to eight page paper staffed by over forty members. The paper gives its members an opportunity to develop a sense of responsibility, co-operation, and fair play. Students have ample opportunity to learn reporting, layout, and all the other journalistic skills necessary for newspaper work. The Campus Star is the greatest means of com- munication between the students and faculty. It serves to remind the students of what is happening within our hallowed walls. It also gives the students a chance to express their opinions on certain matters. It also presents the beliefs and policies of the college when representing the college at publication conven- tions. 65 ' ■ Science Club The Science Club was formed in 1954 by Miss Audrey Hughes. The object of the club is to give every student an opportunity to investigate any phase of science that is particularly ap- pealing to him or her. The program is planned to include nearly every phase of science that would be interesting to future teachers. Individual projects have been undertaken for which the members have access to the facilities of the new laboratories. The club is open to all students who wish to participate actively. This year ' s Science Club, under the guidance of Miss Patricia Gehrt, is working towards its ultimate goal: Science For Everyone. This year ' s group has added another rung to the ladder of success. They have had numerous films and guest speakers and three of our own L.T.C. Juniors gave a demonstration on " How high is up? " Officers President Vice Presidenl Se retary Treasurer Publicity Advisor Mary Jo Conlon Florence Zaher Lynne Pcrreault Janice Desmarais Kathleen Cogger Miss Patricia Gehrt 66 Drama Club Since we first cast our beanied shadows on these fair halls, we have seen the Drama Club grow in achievement and estime. We remember the first production in the new theatre — " Night Must Fall " ; the triumph of " Blithe Spirit " , which was so well re- ceived that their next presentation, " Cradle Song " was under the auspices of the Lowell Moses Greely Parker Lecture Fund. This year the members are busily adapting them- selves to the mise enscene. Professor Kansanniva, the advisor, has given much of his time in demonstrations on make-up, lighting, basic stage movement, and scenery. These have been a great aid to the Club in their annual Spring productions in cooperation with the M.E.N.C. This year the Drama Club and the M.E.N.C. are presenting " Finian ' s Rainbow " , a Broadwav musical. Officers President Brenda K. Martin Vice-President Mona R. Griffin Secretary Harriet Rabias Treasurer Sheila McDowell Advisor Prof. Kalervo Kansanniva Blithe Spirit Behind the scenes with " Mr. K ' t £ ft 67 Concert Orchestra £$ o r Robert Shaughnessy Conductor Dance Band w r 2££ £ tit£ Z A r -. .- •- p ■I r • ; - Concert Choir The students o£ Lowell Teachers College have enjoyed the usual musical treats this year. The Concert Choir has provided an inspiring background of music at many functions at the college. It has also displayed heart warming performances at many con- ventions. Real soul rendering music is a rare commodity these days, but the L.T.C. Concert Choir has made it a precious part of college life. Handel ' s " Messiah " , one of the favorite selections, is just an example of the type of music rendered. Lovers of good music will be interested to know that the Choir performs equally well both accompanied and acappella, as they demonstrated at the Christmas Assembly, when, dressed in grey robes and crimson collars, they sang traditional Christmas Carols and other religious selections. Largely responsible for the Choir ' s successful year is its director, Dr. Domenic R. Procopio. And we are indebted to all the members of the Concert Choir for the splendid, faithful work they did to enrich our life. Dr. Domenic Procopio directs the concert choir when it makes its appearances. Members Sewell Bowers Judith Brockway Gerard Brunelle William Carey Joan Darley Joseph DeLuca Dolores DePetrillo John DeSilva Deanne Dustin Frank Esile Anne Gerry James Giles Anne Hayes Sylvia Hollins Frank Hickey Bruce Heald Pauline Jennesse Robert LeClair John Leite Irma Leiter Donald Lussier Melba MacLeod Barbara Marshall Brenda Martin Herbert Maynard M. Theresa McGuire Edward Mitchell Louis Murray John Pavao Jonathan Reynolds David Rousseau Earl Simon James Starkie Jackqueline Swymer Jane Wade Eleanor Webb Evan Williams Carol Yannalfo 69 MEN.C One of the most active organizations on Lowell ' s campus is Chapter 201 of the Music Educators National Confer- ence. Their main activity each year is the presentation of a musical show, ranging from the very light talent of talent to the musical comedy variety. Among the musicals the M.E.N.C. has produced are Gilbert and Sullivan ' s " Iolanthe " and " Ruddigore " ; " Briga- doon " , and this year ' s " Finian ' s Rain- bow " . These productions have brought astounding public response, and have found many nights " sold out " . The M.E.N.C. looks forward towards the future with thoughts of producing more and more spectacular Broadway musicals. A Senior Trio, Jackie Swymer, Anne Gerry and Judy Brockway, rendering a romantic refrain at the annual M.E.N.C. ' s Bops Pops. " Brigadoon ' s " cast listens to the lilting love song of Fiona. Make-up is an important element in stage productions, so Soukie Bowers discovers from Anne Walsh. Look at them sway with it, being so gay with it . . . " The Marabo " . 70 ■■■ _____ ABOVE: Last minute stage directions from Anne Hayes for Irma Leiter, Melba MacLoud, and John Leite. LEFT: Gerry Brunelle puffing up for the puff and make-up. BELOW LEFT: Herbie Maynard leaving but Honey Bun, Lois Murphy, waiting . . . ! RIGHT: " Oh dear don ' t despair, it can ' t be as bad as Ruddisiore ' s cast thinks. " i i 71 . Jazz Club Laboratory Chorus 72 Variations of a Theme All College Chorus Concert Band Laboratory Orchestra 73 Iona Fellowship The Iona Fellowship, an organization open to Protestant students, is held in conjunction with the students of the Lowell Technological Institute and of the Lowell General Hospital. Meetings are held twice a month at a church in Lowell, at which time ministers of local churches are invited to lecture and lead discussion groups. A worship service is included, lead by the president of the organization. Participation in the Uni- versity of Life is one of the activities of this club. This year the Iona Fellowship was proud to have its president, Richard Barnes of Lowell Teachers College, chosen for an award at the Brotherhood Banquet. Mr. Barnes, along with Miss Toby Koffman of L.T.I., was awarded the first plaque for outstanding contri- bution to the advancement of brother- hood. Richard Barnes, L.T.C.— President 71 Newman Club The Newman Club of Lowell Teachers College and Lowell Tech is one which has really shown growth in the past four years. This organization is a nation- wide one, and serves its purpose by contributing to the spiritual growth of Catholic students. It was only a few years ago that but a handful of students gathered together, now every meeting is attended to capacity. The Newman Club also provides social pleasures for its members. Each year the organization sponsors dances, lectures, communion breakfasts, and the an- nual Retreat. It is the hope of the organization, that in this time of dire need of spiritual development, that more and more students will flock together to enjoy the benefits of the organization. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisors Chaplain Officers Francis Wielock, L.T.I. Maureen Burke, L.T.C. Sally Young, L.T.C. Anne Barrett, L.T.C. Dr. Francis P. O ' Hara Miss Barbara Bennett Rev. John R. McNamara a ® a © 75 W.R.O. The Women ' s Recreational Organization was re- organized in the year 1954 to meet the changing needs and numbers of our current college population. At that time a Constitution was adopted which laid a firm foundation for the success and achievement which the organization has enjoyed since that time. The aim of the organization is to create in its members a high standard of sportsmanship, a perman- ent interest in physical recreation, and enjoyment for participation in sports. The recreational program is directed by the W.R.O. Board and Council, which provides and regulates various sports activities. In addition to these many sports activities the program is highlighted by college playdays, dances, and the annual banquet at which sports awards are presented to outstanding members who have fulfilled the requirements athletically or administratively. " tiff 76 Miss Mary Elizabeth Gallagher is given in- struction on the proper way to hold a club by a professional in the field of golf. Watching with great interest are several members of the senior class who hope someday to be good golfers. Miss Anne Kilmartin, President of the W.R.O., displays her talent in the entertainment field at the annual W.R.O. banquet. Watching with amusement are Joanna Flynn, Head of Ping Pong, and Anne Barrett. Each year the W.R.O. chooses its outstanding members and presents them with awards at the annual banquet. Posing proudly are some members who have achieved awards. Faculty members and students enjoy themselves at the annual banquet, Symphony of the Sea, which was extremely well attended. 77 Officers President Paul Sheehy Vice-President Edward Barrett Treasurer Michael Connors Head of Sports Leo Parent Advisor Ignatius Ciszek 7K M.A.A. The Men ' s Athletic Association has been in existence at the college for five years. It offers the men a chance to participate in both an intramural and an intercollegiate sports program. The club sponsors many activities including basketball, baseball, volleyball, football, badminton, track, boxing, wrestling and also ping-pong and gymnastics. The association also offers a good social pro- gram which includes a W.R.O.-MAA Dance, Sports Night, and the men ' s stag. This is a growing and assuming club on the campus. The M.A.A. Sports Night Queens—Joan Cunha, Lois Miliken, Janice Clark and Mary-Jane Larouque. Oh to be as wealthy as the Sophomore class was in that year. At the annual banquet of the M.A.A. Seated: Hubert McOuade, Douglas Sullivan, Stanley Stocklosa, Robert Armstrong, and Michael Connors. Standing: Harry Speed, Louis Murray, Edward Mason, Victor Forsley and Gerald Sullivan. Scores Basketball ' Watch it now! ' Lowell 51 Salem 81 Lowell 85 Fitchburg 72 Lowell 45 North Adams 44 Lowell 73 Bridgewater 70 Lowell 66 Worcester 68 Lowell 98 Boston 83 Lowell 83 Lyndon 69 Lowell 73 Salem 102 Lowell 58 North Adams 70 Lowell 84 Bridgewater 74 Lowell 78 Willimantic 80 Lowell 82 R.I.C.E. 66 Lowell 78 Worcester 81 Lowell 62 Fitchburg 74 Lowell 78 Boston Won 8 Lost 7 69 Leo Parent, Captain The L.T.C. Basketball team has taken a spurt upwards in the last four years. Although the team has had a run of bad luck this year it was not attributed to bad playing but to the fact that they were harrassed by injuries throughout the season. The success of the team may be credited to not only expert teamwork but also to the excellent coaching of Walter " Cris " Copley. The members of the team who helped make it famous are: Arthur Brewster, Michael Connors, Gerald Cote, William Cowan, Richard Erler, Victor Forsley, Leonard Gagnon, Charles Keenan, James Lambert, Charles Manouses, Ed- win Mason, Leo Parent— Capt., Charles Pelley, William Tsimtses. " Come to daddy. ' " Such form I ' 80 " Getting to know you. " THE 1957 BASEBALL TEAM— Seated: David Downey, Victor Forsley, Dennis DiGannaro, Raymond Masse, Mi- chael Connors, James Starkie, Robert Peck, James Lambert. Standing: Leonard Gagnon, Richard Oullette, Leo Parent, Hubert McQuade, Coach Ciszek, Sewell Bowers, Edwin Mason, Gerald Grasso, and Paul Sheehy. Baseball L.T.C. is both proud and pleased with the first New England Teachers College Conference Cham- pionship won by a Lowell team. Ably captained by Ray Masse, ' 57, the team won the championship with a spotless record of nine wins, no defeats. Lowell has been in the New England Teachers College Conference for only three years and in that short time has risen from the bottom to the top of the league. The team feels deeply indebted to our Athletic Director and Coach, Jim Ciszek, for his help in de- veloping in them a spirit of cooperation, teamwork, fair play and good sportsmanship as well as the training in baseball skills. L.T.C. is looking forward to another good season in 1958. This year ' s team will be captained by Paul Sheehy. All home games will be played at Hadley Field. -■■ :::■ 81 Paul Sheehy and friend discuss possible plays that can be used. The thinkers of this world can be found in the strangest places, even on the bench of the L.S.T.C. games. Class History 82 83 : » Marilyn Harrison and Ger- ry Stanton demonstrate the proper way to bow to a Junior, Freshmen learn how to swim, a lowly Freshman receives her ini- tiation beanie from a MIGHTY JUNIOR, en- tertainment rendered at our first Bops Pops, Gerry (Todd) Stanton studies diligently for those night- mare freshmen classes, whenever we think of freshman math we think of Miss Hughes. ■ :.:F W . ' ' ' ■ ' ■ ■ ' ■■ ■ : -m--: W Jr%. ' M 1 W? a : i ' :■ wfi 8Qp s J p OPS " ,. Oct r 9 • H-l When the class of ' 58 stormed the quiet campus at L.T.C. that September day (was it only four years ago?) the old administration building fairly shook on its foundations. Although it was only Orientation week, the word spread quickly among the few upper- classmen present that here was a bunch of live wires, the likes of which L.T.C. had never seen. We breezed (?) through a battery of tests to appear fresh and raring-to-go at the Orientation week party. It was at that time that the upper-classmen were given a sample of our talent in the form of Anne Gerry and Theresa McGuire ' s lovely voices, Kay McQuade ' s expert dancing, and Lois Murphy ' s startling impersonations. Sitting around the now-so- familiar cafe singing the traditional college songs, we wondered what lie ahead on the endless road that stretched before us. Once school was in session, the Juniors arrived, determined to subdue our enthusiasm. At initiation we were told that Hell Week which we had so eagerly (?) anticipated had been changed to Help Week. And so, next day with beanies on our heads and mops in our hands we pitched in to clean everything in sight. What if we were seen slouching in parked cars far from the eyes of " Mighty Juniors " . The law demands that everyone have a lunch hour. And besides if we recited the loyalty pledge once more we would be seeing it in our sleep. But it was all a part of college life. Enjoying a delicious luncheon are Patricia Carey, Marjorie Crossman and June Travers. f ■ $f n Dr. O ' Leary addresses the assembly in the old auditorium, which is now the college library. " ¥ Talented Anne Gerry, Pauline Jeunesse, and Brenda Martin rehearse the dance steps which they will eventually display to an audience. 85 A celebration in the naughty pine room. Soon we joined in school activities with all our reputed gusto. The night of the annual Bops Pops we amazed the school- when we proved that we were as talented as we were crazy. Remember our field trip to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts? Shivering, we stood outside that chilly morning wondering what treasures lay behind those massive doors and little dreaming they were not to open to us. How could Mr. Malloy have known that the museum is not open on Mondays? Our reputation as the most party going class ever to hit Lowell was strengthened at every opportunity, for we celebrated everything from winning a basket- ball game to losing one, and from Columbus Day to warning day. Though there ' s nary a Swede among us we became known for our Smorgasbords which were of such original nature that even the Swedes couldn ' t recognize them. If we ever stopped in our merry-making to reflect, it was only to vow that we would never become as serious and dull as the upper classmen. And we feel that to this day we have kept that vow, at least in our leisure time. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts which we almost visited. Mai, Debbie, Mo, and B. [., enjo) ;i delicious in mi heon. 8 Pert, little Mrs. Anne Gerry captures her audi- ence with My Fruiny Valentine. ABOVE: L.T.C. lovelies parade in tune to the Grand March; relaxing in the sun at Crystal Lake are Julie Gillick, Peg Beauchesne, Pat Farrell, and Joan Cunha. RIGHT: Mona Griffin, Anne Kilmartin, Mary O ' Connor, Karla Hutchings, Marilyn Harrison, Barbara Krysiak, and Debbie McCarty display their new green gym suits. Just when people were beginning to suspect we didn ' t have any, we used our good judgement and elected Dr. Procopio our Class Advisor; Joe Sexton, President; Al Forest, Vice President; Barbara Krysiak, Secretary; and Gerry Brunelle, Treasurer. Upperclassmen were plainly skeptical when they saw our poster advertising THE IRISH JIG, but quickly swallowed their words when they saw half of Tech there. Our first social function had been a success and our prestige rose. Spring came and found the freshmen spending every spare and lunch hour basking in the sun at Crystal Lake, the girls modeling their glamorous green gym togs. Our efforts were well rewarded when we displayed golden tans at the Student Council dance. There others discovered what we already knew, that our class had more than its share of fem- inine beauties, for Brenda Martin was the reigning queen of the affair. Memories ABOVE LEFT: Frank Cagliuso watches a silly cut-up in the annual Bops Pops show. RIGHT: The first proprietors of the L.T.C. book store, and each the father of two are Joseph Sexton and Doug Sullivan. BELOW LEFT: We shall always have in our hearts the memory of Prof. Herman Brase. RIGHT: Marilyn Harrison and her father enjoy a cup of coffee with Professor Knowles at Father ' s Night. 8H Friendship: TOP: " Oh, boy, is this milk? good " , exclaims Jimmie McMahon. ABOVE: " Weren ' t we dolls as freshmen " asks Joan Cunha, Anne Seminatore, Peg Beauchesne, Lois Bridgeford, Pat Farrell, Betty Conway, and Julie Gillick. TOP RIGHT: Anne Seminatore, Maureen Burke, Debbie McCarty, and Millie Leonard pose for us on Class Day. BELOW: Well if it isn ' t Betty Haggerty drinking up the salt air. That year the freshman M.A.A. members chose Joan Cunha as their candidate for campus queen. Had the contest been based on moral support Joannie would have won, but, alas, money is not one of our virtues. We were very proud that year to be among the first classes to attend functions in the new Little Theater. The first performance to be held was Iolanthe, and our own Gerry Brunelle helped to make it a success. Following this was the Drama Clubs ' production of Night Must Fall in which Flor- ence Blades took part. Our class was just busting out with talent. Still vivid in memory is the Frosh-Junior party at Hampton Beach at which the gruelling week of finals was promptly forgotten. Though it was hardly the day for a beach party, the rain and cold failed to dampen our spirits. The perfect ending was a weinee roast under the star-lit sky at Rye Beach. Class day marked the end of our first year at Lowell and it was a day of new triumph for us. Although we failed to win the coveted singing banner from the seniors, we said farewell with a promise to claim the banner the next year. ■:. 89 I OP RIGHT: ka l(()uadr says, " Look at thai clown doing physical fitness exercises, in red flannels no less. Kldll ' l : Industrious sophomores iIimusn theh discoveries ai the Bab- son Institute. ABOVE: Losl in a (loud ol mush are Dickie and foannie, ain ' l love grand. We returned to Lowell in September, as Sophomores, a drastically smaller and somewhat somber class, determined to remain the same in size for the remaining three years. Time flew by, highlighted by a series of memorable events. The first of these was a geography trip to Babson Institute and Logan Airport with Professor Knowles. Who can ever forget the spa- ghetti supper, cooked and served by Master-Chef Doc Procop? That fall we were privileged to serve as host for our sister class at its Senior Investiture, dreaming of the day when we, too, would don caps and gowns. Toward spring the school was permeated with the nostalgic aura of a parisienne holiday, as strains of chansons de Paris floated through the building. This was just a hint of the continental atmosphere which was to prevail at our " Under Paris Skies " dance. Our plain gymnasium was transformed into a romantic French cafe which would have made the Moulin Rouge look drab in comparison. Spring was at its height and so was our Sophomorites as we unwillingly dragged our bodies to classes . Nights were sparked by the traditional Mother ' s Tea, Student Council Dance, and a pro- fessional performance of Ruddigore by the M.E.N.C. Shortly afterwards the Drama Club again presented an outstanding per- formance, in the form of Noel Coward ' s Blith e Spirit. Silly, Silly, Sophomores 90 V V . • 1 . lllllft JO™ V ■ ' " • ' 1 SB 1 4 l P a§ Ipv Jr - til 1 mm imjm ' BHpB " . : " • Versatility This jolly group full of sphaghetti wave a cheery hello; Joe Casper, Debbie Mc- Catry and Jimmie McMahon lead a real swinging Grand March; We carry the ivy for our ' big sister ' class; The illus- trious cast of Ruddigore, take time out to pose for us; " That old rocking chair ' s got me " , says Nancy Jordan. Once more our men chose a promising candidate for Campus Queen. Though our hopes were high our funds were low for Gerry. Todd Stanton. Somehow we managed to plod doggedly through finals to arrive at Class Night with all expectations of attaining the banner. True to our promise we came through, as one after the other the class of ' 58 sang a winning song. Junior year came all too soon. Our closely knit group was split, half of us plunging immediately into methods and the other half broadening their back- grounds with electives. The year slipped quickly by and we often stopped at our typing, as the first rays of dawn shone over the hills, to remember the care- free days of our freshman and sophomore years. Although we had neither the time nor a reason to celebrate at parties, we gladly pushed all studies aside for the Junior Prom. The Class of ' 58 will long remember that glittering evening spent dining and dancing at the Sherry Biltmore. The night we won the banner. Enjoying themselves al the Spring Formal are Rita Lombard, Connie Sweeney, Mary Reusch .mil friends, All ready l i the funioi Prom .mil looking wis lovely arc Beverly Peloian, |oan Abodeely, and l.n Elizabeth Gallagher. Bill I ' nis and Florence Blades take time oul loi .i rest between the whirl of dances. 92 Jolly, Jolly, Juniors TOP: Charlie and Queena, Joannie and Dick, Liz and Dave take a moment to pose prettily for the camera man. ABOVE: " Well look what we have here, if it isn ' t Kay McQuade and Sally Young in their chosen profession. " RIGHT: Rita DiMariano and her reading group discuss the actions of Dick and Jane. The first of the year came, bringing the unsuitable exams. The block of methods loomed large before some, while the other half faced their first teaching experiences. Unwillingly we learned the meaning of the word professional as the girls sadly put away their wool socks and sneakers, and the men said good-bye to plaid sport shirts. Theory was put into practice and the serious expressions we had once scorned were firmly upon our faces as we realized the responsibility of our position. In vain we supported Sally Young as our candidate for M.A.A. Queen proving once more that though we were the most enthusi- astic class in the school we were not the richest. Our disappointment at relinquishing the banner at Class Day was diminished by the satisfaction we felt at having completed a year of hard work. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. and Mrs. Farrell enjoy a bit of their wedding cake; well, if it isn ' t Mr. and Mrs. Murphy following suit; Mr. and Mrs. Fleming displaying the smile of marital bliss. Stately, Serious, : it r Seniors f Jy? V ABOVE: Smiling prettily are Mr. and Mrs. Donovan; Joseph Sexton Jr. and Anne Marie Sexton look forward to being the Pres. and Vice Pres. of the Class of 1978. BELOW are more members of that class, Bert Hentz, Billy Hentz, and Lorinda LaBrie. f Seniors!! We could hardly believe that we were deserving of the name, yet looking back over three years to the picture of carefree " green " freshmen we had once been, we realized we had very right to assume the title. Still the traditional robes we donned for our Investiture Exercises felt strange. It wasn ' t until the program was over that we were fully aware of their meaning, but now were full fledged SEN- IORS. Another change had occurred in our class over the summer months, many of the girls had changed their last names and to top it all off we will have the largest percentage of the Class of 1978 whose parents were members of our class. The annual Bops Pops was again held and as usual the senior class was well represented. Our own ' little mother ' , Lois Murphy, practically brought the house clown with her rendition of " Waitin for Your Phonecall " . Jerry Brunelle sang out with gusto to thrill the hearts of everyone. Finally the last lap of the journey was before us as we entered the second semester. June 8th was loom- ing before us as we made plans for Senior Week, Class Day and finally the big moment, our graduation. We see in review three and a half years of laughter and tears, of fun and work. Perhaps it is because we have been an unusually close group that these experiences are more cherished. You can be sure that we will make- our future years successful as only the class of 1958 can, because we are " the bestest in the school " . Pat and Dick Farrell along with Edward Barrett and his date enjoy an evening of dancing. The Fathers of Alice, Nancy, Pat and Sally enjoy a night out with their daughters at Fathers Night. " Peg of Our Hearts ' Raise High Your Voices at Investiture. 95 % z-aua (.if « .• e» tJ " i 7 , iihiihiih ...vV i • ' •V i ' « " ' ' - IBM itw j DH ' , •. |M BfJU ■ ■ ■ . m Hi HI ' T, ' ----3Hr» • , jfr» ■ " . 1 eMc fm Congratulations and the best of luck! We at Loring are proud of the part we have had in helping to make your classbook a permanent reminder of your school years, recording with photo- graphs one of the happiest and most exciting times of your life! 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Fisher Prof. Marguerite Gourville Prof, and Mrs. Kalervo Kansanniva Miss Georgina P. Keith Dr. Mary E. McGauvran Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. McSorley Dr. Elizabeth A. Neilson Miss Catherine V. O ' Connor Courtesy of the Office Staff Dr. and Mrs. Francis P. O ' Hara Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. O ' Loughlin Dr. Domenic R. Procopio Dr. and Mrs. Julian Roberts Dr. and Mrs. James Ryan Prof. Margaret R. Shannon Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus D. Thompson Prof. Alma Ward Compliments of Blanchard Bus. Co. Compliments of Burbecks Milk Co. Compliments of Donaldson ' s Compliments of Gaumont Bros. Compliments of Gene ' s Hy-Grade Ice Cream Co. Compliments of Harry Bass Compliments of Hi Hat Rollaway Compliments of Marinel Bus Co. Compliments of James F. O ' Donnell and Sons Compliments of Peter ' s Drive-In Compliments of Rex Grille We extend our sincere thanks to all those, who by their encouragement and sup- port, contributed to the successful production of the 1958 Knoll. KNOLL STAFF Florence G. Blades, Editor DILLON CLEANERS APPROVED SANITONE SERVICE Lowell Chelmsford leaders in fashion since 1898 228 Merrimack Street Lowell 03 Faculty Directory - " Bailey, Gertrude M. 120 Billerica St. Lowell, Mass. v ' Bennett, Barbara 711 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, Mass. v Bregor, Paul 20 Willard St. Chelsea, Mass. v Burns, Esther P. 203 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. ' Burto, Dr. William C. 51 Trowbridge St. Cambridge, Mass. " ' Byrne, Edward 975 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. v Caliri, Fortunata C. 9 Shaw Rd. Belmont, Mass. Ciszek, Ignatius A. 10 Waverly Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. N Coffey, C. Elizabeth 611 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. Copley, Walter P. 179 Hildreth St. Lowell, Mass. Coyne, Helen J. 1110 Livingston St. Tewksbury, Mass. Cunningham, Gertrude M. 91 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. Dooley, Philip P. 7 " ) Worcester St. Iiridgewater, Mass. -Drinan, Helen G. 48 Reservoir St. Cambridge, Mass. • Eastham, Dorothy C. 351 Rogers St. Lowell, Mass. Fisher, Dr. John J. 9 Bradford Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Fisher, Dr. William R. 83 Wachusetts Rd. Needham, Mass. Fitzgerald, John R. Depot St. Bondsville, Mass. Garrity, H. Marie 140 Washington St. So. Groveland, Mass. • Gehrt, Patricia E. R.F.D. Boston Rd. Littleton, Mass. Gilday Jr. Dr. Edward F. 134 Oakcrest Dr. Framingham, Mass. Goler, Dr. Patricia 79 Ellington St. Dorchester, Mass. Gourville, Marguerite L. 22 Lexington St. Everett, Mass. Hayes, Mary-Clare 18 Upham St. Lowell, Mass. Higgens, Patricia F. 44 Barrington St. Lowell, Mass. Hiscoe, DeMerritto A. 40 Hornbeam Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Joyce, William D. 19 Epping St. Arlington, Mass. v Kansanniva, Kalerno 4 Lucille Ave. Nabnasset, Mass. v Kearney, Katherine F. 209 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. -- ' Keith, Georgiana P. 128 Myrtle St. Lowell, Mass. v x Kiernan, Alice G. 22 Phillips St. Lowell, Mass. Kiernan, Anna C. 22 Phillips St. Lowell, Mass. Knowles, Edward T. 47 Prospect St. Weymouth, Mass. Kopley, Penelope Z. 195 School St. Lowell, Mass. v Malone, William H. 19 Stedman St. Chelmsford, Mass. McGauvran, Dr. Mary E. 410 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. " McSorley, Thomas F. 235 Parkview Ave. Lowell, Mass. • Moriarty, Frances C. 12 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Neilson, Dr. Elizabeth A. P.O. 2 West Medford, Mass. " ' Norton, Frederick A. 16 Wood Ave. Framingham, Mass. Notini, William J. 200 Parker St. Lowell, Mass. »- O ' Connor, Catherine V. 89 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. »- O ' Hara, Dr. Francis P. 68 Brent St. Dorchester, Mass. v O ' Leary, Dr. Daniel H. 213 Parkview Ave. Lowell, Mass. O ' Loughlin, R.N., Irene B. 23 Dunfey St. Chelmsford, Mass. Procopio, Dr. Domenic R. 264 Boylston St. Brocton, Mass. Roberts, Dr. Julien 161 Van Greenby Rd. Lowell, Mass. v- Ryan, Dr. James M. Box 274 Nabnasset, Mass. l " ' Shannon, Margaret R. 374 Park Ave. Arlington, Mass. Shaughnessy, Robert M. 11 Tyler Pk. Lowell, Mass. u- Thompson, Dr. Cyrus D. 72 Hanscom Ave. Reading, Mass. Wallace, Mary F. 158 Darmouth St. Lowell, Mass. v Ward, Alma 8 Fern St. Chelsford, Mass. Faculty members attend many of the College ' s functions. Al led some enjoy themselves at Mother ' s ' lea; at righl others are shown al Father ' s Night. 101 College Student Directory 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. Brockway, Judith 796 Charlton St. Southbridge, Mass. Brown, Mary Mahoney 66 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Brunelle, Gerard 43 Beaver St. Lowell, Mass. Burke, Maureen 19 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. Bushold, Joan No. Reading Sanit No. Wilmington, Mass. Cagliuso, Frank 134 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 Abbott St. Westford, Mass. Cowan, Manson 779 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Corrigan, Catherine 172 Saratoge St. Lawrence, Mass. Cox, Marilyn Garside 186 Sladen St. Dracut, Mass. Grossman, Marjorie 276 Andover St. Lawrence, Mass. Cunha, Joan 45 Winthrop Ave. Lowell, Mass. Daher, Eleanor 17 Whitman St. Lawrence, Mass. Darley, Joan 142 Eastford Rd. Southbridge, Mass. Bette Donovan 14 Granite St. Methuen, Mass. Depetrillo, Delores 166 Lawrence St. Lawrence, Mass. Dimarriano, Rita 9 Sargent St. Lawrence, Mass. Dorsey, Marguerite 187 Arlington St. Lawrence, Mass. Esile, Frank 64 Magnolia Ave. Andover, Mass. Farrell, Patricia Hogan 305 Nesmith St. Lowell, Mass. Fitzpatrick, Fay 60 North St. Methuen, Mass. Fleming, Alice Merten 488 Boston Rd. Billerica, Mass. Flomp, Quenna 167 School St. Lowell, Mass. Gagnon, Leonard 25 Willis Drive No. Chelmsford, Mass. Gallagher, Mary 36 Sargent St. Lowell, Mass. Gerry, Anne Gardner Box 72 Billerica, Mass. Giles, James 44 Royalston Ave. Lowell, Mass. Gillick, Julie 66 Waverly Rd. No. Andover, 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 12 Stone St. Winchester, Mass. Harrison, Marilyn 20 Walter St. Medford, Mass. Hayes, Anne 137 Arlington St. West Medford, Mass. Hentz, Robert 5 Salem Rd. No. Billerica, Mass. Hunter, Robert 936 No. St. Tewksbury, Mass. Hutchings, Karla Carthill Rd. No. Billerica, Mass. Jordan, Ann 40 Everett St. Lawrence, Mass. Joyal, Rita 135 Summer St. Lowell, Mass. Kagen, Edwin 13 Sturgis St. Woburn, Mass. 105 Kilmartin, Anne 825 B oston Rd. Pinehurst, Mass. Krysiak, Barbara 31 Shawmut Ave. Lowell, Mass. Labrie, Richard 34 Bellevue Ave. 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. McGuire, Mary T. 181 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. Molloy, Janice 34 Haines Ave. Lowell, Mass. Martin, Brenda 49 Baltimore Ave. Lowell, Mass. Martineau, Pauline 426 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. McCarthy, Cecile Unice 31 4th. Ave. Lowell, Mass. McCarty, Deborah 35 Oakland St. Lowell, Mass. McMahon, James 20 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. McQuade, Kathleen 80 Trenton St. Lawrence, Mass. Melia, Margaret 63 Allston St. Lawrence, Mass. Miskell, Anne 1 Lincoln St. Haverhill, Mass. Mooney, Patricia 42 Harrison Ave. Lowell, Mass. Moore, Joann 84 Thayer St. Lowell, Mass. Murchie, Marlene 17 Mishawmen Rd. Woburn, Mass. Murphy, Lois MacElhinney 15 Hillside Ave. Medford, Mass. O ' Connor, Mary 60 Buswell St. Lawrence, Mass. Owen, Henry 8 Strathmore Rd. Methuen, Mass. Peck, Robert 306 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. Peloian, Beverly 28 B St. Lowell, Mass. Peroney, Mary 52 Fifth St. Lowell, Mass. Purtell, Mary 318 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Rabias, Harriet 34 Columbia Ave. Lowell, 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 432 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Sheehy, Paul 136 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Sperounis, Stella 93 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Staltare, Ernest 12 Edgelawn Ave. No. Chelmsford, Mass. Stanton, Geraldine Todd 21 Tomahawk Drive Tewksbury, Mass. Stanton, Thomas 21 Tomahawk Drive Tewksbury, Mass. Sullivan, George 4 Murry Terr. Lowell, Mass. Sullivan, Gerald 158 Bernard Ave. Lawrence, Mass. Sweeney, Cornelia 79 Warren St. Lawrence, Mass. Swymer, Jackqueline Goss 30 Sheridan Circle Winchester, Mass. Thompson, Arthur 43 North Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Turilli, Irene MacArthur Rd. No. Reading, Mass. Whitmore, Patricia 177 Grove St. Reading, Mass. Wood, David Prospect Rd. Plympton, Mass. Wyman, Harvey 2 Benjamin Rd. Lexington, Mass. Yannalfo, Carol 16 Munroe St. Haverhill, Mass. Young. Sally 45 Swan St. Lawrence, Mass. Norton, Lucia 115 Robin Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Pyne, Joyce 23 So. Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Class of 1959 Ambiehl, Gail 218 Massachusetts Ave. North Andover, 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. Brewster, Albert 8 River St. Wilmington, Mass. Brewster, Donald 4 River Rd. Wilmington, Mass. Carpenter, Richard 9 Cross St. Graniteville, Mass. Chilkis, Claire 600 Broadway St. Lowell, Mass. Collins, Robert 69 Allen Rd. Billerica, Mass. Condon, Eleanor 441 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Cordon, Mary Jo 130 Chapel St. Lowell, Mass. Connors, Michael 23 Cedar St. Lowell, Mass. Cusano, 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. DiGloria, John 134 Prospect St. Laurence, Mass. Dimauro, Geraldine 276 Oak St. Law rence, Mass. Dixon, Ri( hard 58 Estes St. Lynn, Mass. Donahue, Joan 566 (.lark St. I ewksbui , Mass. Donnelly . Roseanne ;i ( lare St. Lowell, Mass. Donovan, ( larol 1 1 5 Bennington St. I awi cik e, Mass. I )i is( oil, Bai ba i a 276 I m npike St. No. Vndovei . M;iss. I gan, I eanoi 19 Bei tram Si I owell, Mass. i inns, [une 104 Westford St. I owell, Mass. Evans, Vlele Monument St. Medford, Mass Evos, Alice 595 Winthrop St. W. 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. W. Medford, Mass. Gately, Mary Ellen 37 Melendy Ave. Watertown, Mass. Getchell, Paul 288 So. Main St. Havergill, Mass. Giovino, Rosemarie 53 Clewley Rd. W. Medford, Mass. Harrington, Eileen 156 North Rd. Chilmsford, Mass. Heffernan, Donna Wyman Rd. Billerica, Mass. Heald, Bruce 349 Gt. Plave St. Needham, Mass. Herward, Mary 151 A Bailey St. Lawrence, Mass. Hickey, Francis 178 Dracut St. Lowell, Mass. Jenness, Pauline 611 Charles St. Fall River, Mass. Kenth, Evelyn 1112 Andover St. Tewksbury, Mass. Klements, Irene 818 Woburn St. Wilmington, Mass. Knoop, Robert 269 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Lambert, Adrian 15 North Lowell St. Methuen, Mass. Leavitt, Marilyn 78 Bradstreet Ave. Lowell, Mass. Leclair, Robert 60 Montview Ave. Lowell, Mass. I. cite, John 17 Bowdin St. Lowell, Mass. Levasseur, Albertine 1011 Main St. Haverhill, Mass. L ' Heureux, Raymond (i Dane St. Lowell, Mass. I ussici , Donald 22 Church St. Ware, Mass. I Nous, ( larole 72 Myrthle St. Medford, Mass. Mason. I ' .dw in 136 Sladen St. I )i ;k nl . Mass. Mai leod, Melba 32 Westland Ave. S.nigus. l;iss. Matley, Carole 147 B. St. Lowell, Mass. Maynard, Herbert 19 Newton Rd. Arlington, Mass. McAndrew, Constance 19 Winthrop Ave. Methuen, Mass. McDowell, Sheila 4 Steadman St. Chelmsford, Mass. McMahan, Richard 20 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. 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. Moynihan, Colleen Meade 65 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Murphy, Margaret 40 Warwich 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. Panageotopoulos, Marie 34 Savoy St. Diacut, Mass. Pappadopoulos, Mary 136 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Paquet, Jean 16 Hazel Rd. Medford, Mass. Paquin, Nancy 668 Lowell St. Lawrence, Mass. Parent, Leo 190 Flail St. Lowell, Mass. Perrcault, Lynne Mascuppic Trail Tyngsboro, Mass. Pierog, Barbara 21 Allen Si. Lawrence, Mass. Pineau, Carole 25 Mountain Si. Woburn, Mass. Plan, 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, Janey 107 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Renquin, Elaine 26 Tilton 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. Spofford, Beverly Washington St. West, Boxford, Mass. Starkie, James 332 County St. Fall River, Mass. Stephens, Judith 533 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, Mass. St. Onge, Mona Boston Rd. Westford, Mass. Stowell, Joan 838 Bridge St. Lowell, Mass. Summersett, Patricia Gage Hill Rd. Pelham, N. H. Tylor, Dorothy 49 Hunting St. Maiden, Mass. Thomas, James 89 Hayes Ave. Lowell, Mass. Titilah, Ann 53 Shore Rd. Winchester, Mass. Valentine, Albert 54 Gorham St. E. Chelmsford, Mass. Vaughan, Mary 268 Parker St. Lowell, Mass. Welch, Mary 20 Thorncliff Ave. Lowell, Mass. Wilcox, Helen 179 Yarnnm Ave. Lowell, Mass. Williams, Evan 1 Linder Court Lawrence, Mass. Wood, Bruce 138 Bridge Si. Beverly, Mass. Wrigley. Geraldine 16 Oak Si. Ballardvale, Mass. Yapp, Sandra 441 Newton Rd. Littleton, Mass. Zaher, Florence 148 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. 101. Class of 1960 Ainsley, 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. Bemis, Elaine 133 Grove Ave. Wilmington, Mass. Boyce, Maureen 86 Packard St. Hudson, Mass. Boynes, Jean 62 Birchwood Rd. Methuen, Mass. Brown, Richard 28 Randolph St. Abington, Mass. Burke, Ellen 44 Talbot Ave. No. Billerica, Mass. Carville, Sandra 17 Cleghorn Ave. No. Tewksburg, Mass. Chandler, Dorothy 39 West Meadow Rd. Lowell, Mass. Condon, Nora 1 Sprague St. Billerica, Mass. Connors, Janet 24 Elm St. Lowell, Mass. Crowe, Ann 34 Sunset Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. Cuozzi, Lorraine 153 Montvale Ave. Woburn, Mass. Curran, Mary L. 1 Jewett Ave. Lowell, Mass. Curtin, Mary 532 Main St. Haverhill, Mass. Danahy, Donna 37 Katherine St. Lawrence, Mass. DeSilva, John 273 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. DiGennaro, Dennis 178 Tenney St. Methuen, Mass. Dionne, Marie 358 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Dispenza, Louis 52 Lamoilla Ave. Haverhill, Mass. Donahue, Frances 1367 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Downey, David 40 Elmore St. 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. Fitzpatrick, Janet 60 North St. Methuen, Mass. Frawley, Helen 157 B St. Lowell, Mass. Garside, Adrith 867 North St. Tewksbury, Mass. Gentill. Rudolph 16 Gilbert St. Lynn, Mass. Giarrizo, Rocco 55 Newton St. Arlington, Mass. Gingras, Reina 114 Margin St. Lawrence, Mass. Gleason, Maureen 810 Boston Rd. Pinehurst, Mass. Grasso, Gerald 85 Philips St. Lawrence, Mass. Greene, Marietta Kendall Rd. Tyngsboro, Mass. Hajjar, Lorraine 330 Merrimack St. Methuen, Mass. Hall, Ann 57 Haselton St. Bradford, Mass. Hayes, Joan 15 Osborn Rd. West Medford, Mass. Hentz, Ann 5 Salem Rd. West Billerica, Mass. Hevey, Carol 119 Sherman St. Lowell, Mass. Hollins, Sylvia 225 Holmstead St. Fall River, Mass. Holmes, Ruth M. 110 Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. Joyce, Patricia 19 Burgess St. Methuen, Mass. Kelly, Ann A. 7 Pershing St. Forge Village, Mass. Kelly, Janice Malloy 43 Hawthorn St. 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 Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Leiter, Irma 31 Wilcox St. Dorchester, Mass. Luz, Helen 1122 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. Mader, Christine 24 Pinkham Rd. Medford, Mass. Marchand, Roger 751 Broadway Lowell, Mass. McAndrews, Jacqueline 19 Winthrope St. Methuen, Mass. McCarron, Marie 48 Sylvester St. Lawrence , Mass. McGah, Thomas 66 Brown St. Waltham, Mass. McGowan, Emily 49 Coral St. Winchester, Mass. McKee, Geroma 627 Main St. Woburn, Mass. McMahon, Ann Louise 256 Perry St. Lowell, Mass. Mitchell, Edward 20 Parkview Terrace Maiden, Mass. Monaghan, Mary 24 Diane Rd. West Medford, 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. Nordberg, Colette 2 Second St. Woburn, Mass. Norris, George 263 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Neill, Ellen Hillside Rd. Billerica, Mass. O ' Neill, Patricia Long Pond Rd. Tyngsboro, Mass. Ouellette, Richard 156 Columbia Rd. Lowell, Mass. Pacifico, Richard 260 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Packer, Mary Lou 70 Hampstead St. Methuen, Mass. Parlin, Catherine 34 Nesmith St. Lawrence, Mass. Pendergast, John 498 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. Powers, Catherine 127 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. Pyne, Noreen 78 Ashkroft Rd. Medford, Mass. Revelas, George F. 65 Freeman Ave. Everett, Mass. Reynolds, Constance 174 Fourth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Richards, Jennie Old Lowell Rd. Westford, 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. St. Clair, Elizabeth 88 Ashland Ave. Methuen, Mass. Stiles, Majorie 2 Ferry St. South Hadley, Mass. Stimpson, Ruth 35 Carolyn St. Lowell, Mass. Teloian, Peter 387 Pelham St. Methuen, Mass. Thibeault, Jeanne 735 Varnum Ave. Lowell, Mass. Timmins, Robert 12 Fernald St. Lowell, Mass. Tsimtsos, William 81 Branch St. Lowell, Mass. Wade, Muriel 1 1 Oxford St. Maiden, Mass. Ward, Gloria 172 Walnut Ave. Roxbury, Mass. Webb, Eleanor 382 Grove St. Fall River, Mass. Woronka, Sandra Ann 59 Plymouth St. Medford, Mass. Bell, Beverly 71 North Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Brewster, Arthur 1 1 River Rd. Wilmington, Mass. Dispenza, Carol 33 Bradford St. Haverhill, Mass. Hogan, John 38 Salem St. Winchester, Mass. Norris, George 117 State St. Northampton, Mass. Reed, Leslie 1554 Central Ave. Needham, Mass. Reynolds, Jonathan 8 Maple Ave. Danvers, Mass. River, Diane Nichols St. Westminister, Mass. Simon, Earl 577 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. Smith, Arthur 118 Congress St. Chelsea, Mass. Thompson, Elaine 12 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. 107 Class of 1961 Asguith, Helen 94 Clark Rd. Lowell, Mass. Barnes, Carol 125 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Barrett, Sheila 8 Wedge St. Lowell, Mass. Barry, Donald 91 Bennington St. Lawrence, Mass. Bell, Edward 69 Chestnut St. Lowell, Mass. Blinkham, Judith 240 Jewett St. Lowell, Mass. Boufoukos, James 74 Locust St. Winthrope, Mass. Bouleau, Margaret 335 Andover St. Lowell, Mass. Brever, Sallv Middle Rd. Southampton, Mass. Brooks, Mary 20 Moore St. Chelmsford, Mass. Burke, Catherine Talbert Ave. Billerica, Mass. Burke. Edna 19 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. Burke. Maureen 7 Linda Rd. Andover, Mass. Carro, Arlene 78 Arnold St. Me th uen, Mass. Clark, Cora 77 Turnpike Rd. Chelmsford. Mass. (lark, Joyce 223 S. Quinsigamond Ave. Shrewsbury, Mass. Cogger, Kathleen 408 Pine Street Lowell. Mass. Conlon, Joyce MIO Lakeview Ave. Lowell, Mass. ( oniioi , Elizabeth A. IHH Oliver St. Lawrence, Mass. Connoi . Elizabeth S. 12 Wentwortb Ave. Lowell. Iiiss ( onnon, Robei t 250 Easl Bond St. Medford, Mass. ( orey, Margaret 170 Oaknde Ave. Methuen, Mass. ( ote, Gerald 22 O ' Brien ren ■ II. Mass aughlin, Evelynne 95 U entWOl tb Ave. II. Mass. ( raig, John i IS varnum w- ell, Ma ( renin, Margaret 20 Summei Si Vndovei . m I). it lington, .il i ' 1006 Maple Si I .ill River, Maw. Davit, r.iii i i.i i lewellyn si ' i . Debitetta, Nil ho SI i 1 i erhill, Mam I telane) . I rani la I rotb) st i Maw, DeLuca, Joseph 52 Tyler St. Lawrence, Mass. Dinapoli, Ernest 18 North Milton St. Maiden, Mass. Donnellan, Maureen 204 Woburn St. Medford, Mass. Donohoe, Louise 279 Nesmith St. Lowell, Mass. Dostaler, Forest 773 Broadway St. Lowell, Mass. Dunstan, Barbara 17 Andover Rd. Billerica, Mass. Dwyer, Judith 56 Waverly St. Lowell, Mass. Dvmek, Alex 182 Highland Ave. Fithburg, Mass. Ebinger, Beverly 21 Elm St. Tewksbury, Mass. Elia, Violet 76 Fowle St. Woburn, Mass. Erler, Richard 8 Montgomery St. Lawrence, Mass. Erwin, Elaine 20 Hamilton St. Medford, Mass. Faulkner, Marjorie Treble Cove Rd. Billerica, Mass. Fielding, Nancy 84 Fruit St. Lowell, Mass. Flaherty, Joyce 4 Valley Rd. Lowell, Mass. Foster, Susan 20 Fessendcn Rd. Arlington, Mass. Fratlo, John 64 Clark Rd. Medford, Mass. Frechette, Rita 148 Arlington Rd. Woburn, Mass. ( lolec, Manya 1420 Bridge St. Dracut, Mass. I bill, uen, Mary 19 Sei ond Ave. Lowell, Mass. Ilallfors, Lauri 983 Rindge St. Fit hburg, Mass. Hamel, Joan 16 July St. I owell, M;iss. I l.niiiii. J;iincs 205 Ailen St. I .owell. Mass. I lai i ' i.iii, Louise 29 Whipple St. Lowell, M.iss Hathaway, Chai lotte Weal Rd. oi thington, M.iss. Hayi Margaret L ' 7 ' i Vndovei Si I ;iu ii nOB, M;isv Hayi Marj 102 Salem Si I ,IU Mil ' ' M.ISS. i Ii hi h ii hard 5 Salem Rd Billerica, Ma I ll i ' J U illi. mi 160 l .i« n ii " - St, I DWI II, Mi Hewett, Kathleen 36 Odile St. Methuen, Mass. Higgins, Gail 203 Highland Rd. Andover, Mass, Holleran, Thomas 32 Grace Terr. Pittsfield, Mass. Holmes, Jacqueline 14 Riverview Ave. Waltham, Mass. Hook, Heather 131 Cherry St. Maiden, Mass. Howe, Carol 160 Shaw St. Lowell, Mass. Hyde, Martha 60 Richards St. Lowell, Mass. Jelley, David 1309 Mammoth Rd. Dracut, Mass. Joy, Brenda 7 Fairfield St. Lowell, Mass. Kane, Margaret 1087 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. Keenan, Charles 9 Home St. Lawrence, Mass. Kelley, David 153 Methuen St. Lowell, Mass. Kelley, Noreen 97 Blossem St. Haverhill, Mass. Keyes, Margaret 18 Winthrop St. Winchester, Mass. Kondrotas, Vincent 50 Cherry St. Brockton, Mass. LaFosse, Roger 37 Maryland St. Fitchburg, Mass. Lancaster, Jane 3 Binney St. Andover, Mass. LaPlante, Edward 30 Haines Ave. Lowell, Mass. Lens, Robert 13 Belnel Rd. Mattapan, Mass. Lent, Joyce Maple St. Northboro, Mass. Lever, Meredith 53 Summer St. Maynard, Mass. Libby, Ruth 33 Rindge St. Arlington, Mass. Liss, Judith 85 Nesmith St. Lawrence, Mass. Lurvey, Allan 205 Marshall Hill Rd. Drat ui, Mass. Maguire, Jean 1 7 Bigelow St. Lawrence, Mass. Mahoney, Ellen 511 High St. Lowell, Mass. Mannetta, Charles 233 Wildei St. Lowell, Mass. Marshall, Bai bara 119 Alder St. Wall bam, Mass. 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Pelley, Charles 1 1 Edson St. Lowell, Mass. Pulson, Judjth 324 South St. Reading, Mass. Quentin, Phyliss Woburn Rd. Tynsboro, Mass. Raras, Anne 31 Groton St. Lowell, Mass. Reardon, Mildred Main St. Tewksbury, Mass. Redding, Jane 283 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, Mass. Reid, Gerald 29 Douglas Rd. Medford, Mass. Reynolds, Margaret 79 B. St. Lowell, Mass. Riley, Dorothy 331 North Blvd. Salisbury, Mass. Rines, Robert Middle St. Brookline, Mass. Rosatone, Raymond 11 Pilgrim Rd. Haverhill, Mass. Rousseau, David 230 Walter St. Fitchburg, Mass. Roymans, Kristin 140 North Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Russo, Edward Massacupic Trail Tynsboro, Mass. Rymes, Ida 49 Greenwood Rd. Burlington, Mass. Sammataro, Anna 4 Knox St. Lawrence, Mass. Santagati, Charles 68 Princeton St. Andover, Mass. Shadeed, Duayne 63 Alder St. Lawrence, Mass. Shepard,- Judith Bond St. Billerica, Mass. Sill, Lorraine Malananakee Trail Littleton, Mass. Silva, Charles 89 Country St. Somerset, Mass. Simpson, Elizabeth Papp Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 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