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

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_________ HHHHH THE KNOLL 1959 STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS Dedication In our lives we have seen America make much scientific progress. Television and the Salk Polio Vaccine have been developed and put into use. This past year has seen great strides made in the realm of space. Just a few years ago, a question as to the possibility of life on one of the other planets was met with scorn. Now it is met with an eager- ness to know. We realize that progress depends upon knowledge, the willingness to learn, and the ability to accept a challenge. As teachers of America ' s youth, we the Class of 1959, dedicate our- selves to America ' s children and to progress. 2 Our President As the Class of 1959 begins the count down before rocketing into new orbits for the future, I wish to bid its members Godspeed in the name of the College. This has been one of our better classes. It has distinguished itself particularly in its athletic achievements and has furnished fine examples of loyalty and of leadership to the undergraduate body. We trust that we have aimed and armed you well for the journey ahead. We are confident that you will make your mark in the vocation to which you have been called for " He whose power is at work in us is powerful enough, and more than powerful enough, to carry out His purpose beyond all our hopes and dreams — . " Dr. Daniel H. O ' Leary President Our Advisor Dr. Francis P. O ' Hara To Dr. Francis O ' Hara, " To the generous mind the heaviest debt is that of gratitude. " We, the class of 1959, proudly dedicate our yearbook to you, Dr. O ' Hara, in humble appreciation for your careful guidance and under- standing during the past four years. You have helped us over the long rugged path now completed. You have won the respect and admiration of all, and as we go forth into our chosen profession, each of us will feel richer and wiser for having known you. In all sincerity and with dec]) pride we say — " Thank you. " 4 To The Class of 1959, When you and I entered Lowell State Teachers College in September 1955 our epoque was labelled with the neurotic tag " the Age of Anxiety. " Four years later as you are about to leave these homelike Halls, we find our times now called " the Space Age. " Doesn ' t this transformation of our age parallel your physical, emo- tional and intellectual growth? As we recall the timid self-conscious boys and girls of 1955 we see in their place the confident young men and women of 1959. All are aware of and prepared for their responsibilities to themselves, to their families, to their communities, to their country, to the universe and to God. Our President, Dr. O ' Leary, and all the members of the Faculty can indeed be proud of your growth and development which has taken place under their benign direction, teaching and encouragement. As we say au revoir perhaps Raissa Maritain ' s beautiful thought, expanded in the manner of Gertrude Stein, will most effectively sum up our sentiments " We have been friends together, " we are friends together, we shall be friends together. De tout coeur, Francis P. O ' Hara Administration Building MARGUERITE L. GOURVILLE Chairman of Professional Education Director, Student Teaching and Placement For many generations scientific, inquiring minds have been seeking answers to such questions as — What is outer space? How far does it extend? For many generations humanistic, inquiring minds have been seek- ing the answer to — When science has solved the problem of outer space will man be ready to assimilate this change? If these are valid predictive questions and if IGY is the most signif- icant activity of mankind since the Renaissance, you have much independent reading and studying to do in the very near future. My question is — Will your generation be ready to furnish the sta- bility and leadership that the world will need? Marguerite L. Gourville DR. EDWARD F. GILDAY, JR. Chairman, Music Education The first wheel was as great a challenge and as great a problem in its day as the first space ship will be in ours. People — not machines — will have to decide how to use it wisely. The answer to such problems is where it always has been — in the accumulated wisdom of the ages. That wisdom is stored away in the academic ' disciplines we call the Humanities. To neglect them is to thumb our noses at Fate. Edward Gilday 8 DR. MARY E. McGAURVRAN Dean of Women Director of Admissions What a challenge you face, Class of 1959! How fortunate you are to begin your teaching career in this time w hen there is renewed and wide-spread interest in education! The teachers of 1959 must be more conscious than ever of the ways in which children differ. They must be able to select the talented youth and to challenge them to their optimum. While doing this, the teachers of 1959 must continue to care for the interests and needs of the average child and of the less talented. In setting your sights on outer space and educating those young people who may some day conquer the great beyond, do not forget that you are the teachers of all children. You must remember that truth and purpose go beyond space to things celestial. Your greatest responsibility to the other children you teach is to make certain that they become better persons for having known you. Class of 1959, you have been one in spirit for four years. Now, you go forth as satellites of your class and of your College. Ple ase don ' t forget that the newest stars in space now send messages back to us. We want to hear from you. Keep in touch. Mary E. McGauvran DR. JULIAN ROBERTS Dean of Men Director of Extension Studies At one time, the phrase, Reaching for the Moon, meant dreaming of the impossible. Today, the phrase signifies achieving the possible. Somewhere between the two ideas there lies a message for graduates in this Space Age. The English writer, Matthew Arnold, once defined culture as a growing and a becoming, not a having and a resting. You have reached for the moon, and in the second sense you have achieved the goal, member of the teaching profession. But, if Arnold ' s definition holds true, then so does the first concept of reaching for the moon for if your achievement does not degenerate into a having and a resting, then you will bend every effort to grow and become men and women of stature in our profession. That you should endeavor to reach for the impossible as a creative teacher and leader of our profession follows the advice of another English writer, Robert Browning ... for this sense of reaching for the moon despite the feeling that everything can be achieved in the Space Age is no better expressed than in Browning ' s phrase Ah, that a man ' s reach should exceed his grasp or what ' s a heaven for. " Keep reaching for that moon . . . keep on achieving the possible; keep on dreaming of the impossible . . . keep reaching for the moon. Julian Roberts 9 EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Row one: Helen Drinan, Alice Kiernan, Penelope Kopley. Row two: Dr. Margaret Shannon, Dr. Mary McGauvran, Marguerite Gourville. ENGLISH D EPARTMENT Row one: Kalervo Kansanniva, Dr. Julian Roberts, Fortunata Caliri. Row two: Dr. William Burto, Dr. James Ryan, Robert Foy. S [ENCE DEPARTMENT Patricia Gehrt, Dr. John Fisher, Walter Copley. 10 MUSIC DEPARTMENT Row one: Dr. Edward Gilday. Row two: Dr. Cyrus Thompson, Paul Bregor. Dr. Domenic Procopio, Wesley Fuller. Missing: Robert Shaughnessy, Dr. William Fisher. SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Frederick Norton, Dr. Patricia Goler, Dr. Francis O ' Hara, Edward Knowles, John Fitzgerald. ART DEPARTMENT DeMerritte Hiscoe, Leo Panas. 11 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Dr. Elizabeth Neilson, Irene O ' Loughlin, H. Marie Garrity, Ignatius Ciszik. BARTLETT TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY Row one: Edna Hoyt, Helen Coyne, Esthur Burns, Catherine O ' Connor. Row two: Frances Moriarty, Dorothy Eastham, Elizabeth C. Coffey, Thomas McSorley, Principal. Missing: Mary Wallace. WASHINGTON TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY Patricia Higgins, Catherine Kearney, Henry Mc- Gowan, Principal; Edward Byrne, Elizabeth Con- ley, Alma Ward, and Georgians Keith. 12 LIBRARY STAFF Wesley Fuller, Charles Meehan FACULTY SECRETARY Florence Braden OFFICE STAFF Kathleen Byrt, Mary Brady, Beatrice Meagher, Marion Atherton. HOUSE MOTHERS AT PRESIDENT ' S HALL Mrs. Anne Larkin, Mrs. Ethel Wilder, Mrs. Mary Rourke, and Mrs. Dorothy Furey. MATRON Mrs. Ann Mclnerney 14 o r H ft , ■ HUBERT J. McQUADE President B.S. Ed., Elementary Thrives on Joan ' s cooking . . . well-liked . . . serious on the outside, laughing on the inside . . . businessman . . . sch. exec . . . Activities: Baseball 1-4; Campus Star 1-4, Sports Ed. 3, 4; M.A.A. 1-4; Class Treas. 1; Class V.P. 2; Class Pres. 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Newman Club, V.P. 2; Intr. Sports 1-4; Basketball 1; Class Day Committee 2-4. m PEGGY O ' BRIEN Vice President B.S. Ed., Elementary Miss Reporter . . . has an iron in many fires ... a smile for all . . . Teddy . . . vivacious . . . " Isn ' t that a riot! " . . . Activities: Lecture Rep. 1; Campus Queen 2; Campus Star 1, 2; Ass ' t Ed. Knoll 4; Class V.P. 4; Newman Club; W.R.O. 1-4. 10 JOAN T. STOWELL Treasurer B.S. Ed., Elementary Conscientious plus . . . Never forgets a syllable . . . Enjoys a good time . . . " Do you want to see our land? " . . . Walter . . . Activities: Class Treas. 2, 3, 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club, Exec. Board 3, 4. IRENE W. BORROWS Secretary B.S. Ed., Elementary Our favorite secretary . . . Home on the hill . . . Spain someday? . . . Familiar Chevy . . . " Meet Kevin! " . . . Loves shoes . . . Activities: Class Secretary 1-4; Newman Club. 17 GAIL P. AMBIEHL B.S. Ed., Elementary Industrious and sincere . . . Dick Proud of her new sewing machine . . Church worker . . . dependable chauffeur. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Iona Fellowship. RICHARD HUGH BARNES B.S. Ed., Elementary Well liked . . . trips to New York . . . " Did you hear this one? " . . . many, many . . . See you at Skips . . . Activities: Ass ' t Ed. of Knoll 4; Iona Fellowship, V.P. 3, 4; Student Gov ' t V.P. 4; Campus Star 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; Bops Pops M.C. 2; Pegasus Staff 3; M.E.X.C. 2; M.A.A. 1-4; Lecture Com. 3; Class Day Com. 2, 3; East. States Conf. 18 ANNE MARIE BARRETT B.S. Ed., Elementary Bound for Europe . . . From Maine to the Cape . . . Relaxed and easy going . . . See my NEW car . . . Fine financier . . . Stop it . . . Activities: Newman Club 1-4, Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; Student Council 4; Knoll Bus. Mgr. 4; Pegasus 3, Fiction Ed. 4; Library Com. 3. ALBERT J. BREWSTER, JR. B.S. Ed., Elementary Constantly occupied with deep thought . . . Super student council prexy . . . Proud of his sons . . . Activities: Student Council-Ass ' t Pub. Re- lations Chr., 2; Ass. Chr., 3, Pres., 4; Campus Star-Man. Ed., 3, Ass ' t. Ed- in-Chief 4; Pegasus-Lit. Ed., 2, 3; Cam- pus Star 3; M.A.A. 1-4; N.E.T.P.A. Conf. 4; Eastern States Conf. 4. 19 H i DONALD BREWSTER B.S. Ed., Elementary " Where ' s my guitar? " . . . loves country life . . . home away from home . . . " We get our checks today " . . . " Yeah, yeah, yeah. " RICHARD CARPENTIER B.S. Ed., Music " Big Dick " . . . that explosive laugh . . . swinging Mr. Fingers . . . annual excur- sion to Boston ! . . . Activities: Bops Pops. 20 ELEANOR A. CONDON B.S. Ed., Elementary Definite aim in life . . . Irish beauty . . . flair for poetry . . . traveler . . . loves to dance . . . sports car at her door . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club; Campus Star 1; Pegasus 3, Social Chair- man 4; Elementary Chorus 1, 2; Science Club; Creative Writing 1. 1 - r N , ' MARY JO CONLON B.S. Ed., Elementary Active interest in Science . . . Sincere and enthusiastic . . . dependable . . . Cheer- ful outlook on life . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4, Board 3, 4; Sci- ence Club 1-4, Pres. 3, V. Pres. 4; Cam- pus Star 1-4, Exchange Ed. 4; Newman Club; Lecture Representative 4. 21 MICHAEL D. CONNORS B.S. Ed., Elementary " Mickey " . . . Oh Captain, my Captain . . . sportsman to the finish ... a poet is born — not made . . . taking Ruthie home. Activities: College Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Newman Club; M.A.A. 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Pegasus 2, Bus. Mgr. 3, Managing Ed. 4; Student Gov ' t 4. CAROLE G. CUSANO B.S. Ed., Elementary Summers on the playgrounds . . . lithe . . . chic- clothes . . . Frankie . . . " Wait a minute! " . . . trim . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4, Sr. Rep.; Newman Club. 22 MARGARET ANNE DAVIS B.S. Ed., Music " But I have to practice functional piano . . . Hey, Bert! . . . Orchestration and frustration . . . Billy ... I won ' t do it . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Drama Club 1-3; M.E.N. C. 1-4; Bops Pops 3; Newman Club. BERTHA G. DAWKINS B.S. Ed., Music Oh, that economics course! . . . Sing a G- Major . . . The eyes have it . . . My riders are waiting . . . Dave. Activities: M.E.N. C. 1-4; Bops Pops 3, 4; W.R.O. 1-4. 23 JANET THERESE DESMARAIS B.S. Ed., Elementary Quick and friendly smile . . . casual clothes . . . Envied for her natural curls . . . petite. Activities: Science Club 1-4; Newman Club; W.R.O. DEANNA PRISCILLA DIAS B.S. Ed., Elementary The future includes Lou . . . " How are ya? " . . . Radiant smile . . . Love for big pocket books . . . French twists and pugs. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club; Drama Club. 24 JOHN J. DiGLORIA B.S. Ed., Music Mr. Clarinet . . . Champ bowler . . . " Jo " . . . suave . . . " Oh man ! Are you kidding? " . . . little Susan . . . Activities: Concert Band 2, 3; Concert Choir 4; M.E.N.C; Jazz Club; Finian ' s Rainbow; Dance Band; Woodwind En- semble 3, 4. GERALDINE GRACE DiMAURO B.S. Ed., Elementary Beautiful clothes . . . Ardent student . . . Bowling is her specialty . . . quiet . . . How does that dance go? . . . Activities: Science Club 1; Newman Club; W.R.O. 1-4. 25 RICHARD D. DIXON B.S. Ed., Music Victor Borge II . . . Dark sweater and light pants . . . Lexington Choral Society . . . Everlasting smile . . . Germany. Activities: Concert Choir 4; M.E.M.C. 1-4; Men ' s Chorus; M.A.A. JOAN B. DONAHUE B.S. Ed., Education Interest in missiles . . . long dark tresses . . . conscientious . . . gift of gab . . . tall and sedate . . . Activities: W.R.O. 3, 4; Newman Club 3,4. 2(5 ROSEANN ELEANOR DONNELLY B.S. Ed., Music Dependable . . . Chopin . . . quiet but purposeful . . . traveling spirit in heart . . . excellent taste in clothes . . . Activities: Concert Choir 4; Concert Band 2; Ruddigore 1; Newman Club; W.R.O. 1-4; M.E.N.C. Atlantic City 2. CAROL DONOVAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Many, many parties . . . Eddie . . . tea for two . . . " Those who talk, walk " . . . " Have a hot dog " . . . keeps the mailman busy . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4, W.R.O. Board 4; Newman Club; Campus Star 1; Science Club 1; Cheerleader 1-3; Entertainment 1-4. 27 BARBARA A. DRISCOLL B.S. Ed., Elementary Forgot to mail Ernie ' s letter ... I don ' t understand . . . Hey, listen . . . Hampton Beach . . . Naturally nice . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Head of Ping Pong 4; Elementary Chorus 1,2; Pegasus 3,4. ELEANOR EGAN B.S. Ed., Elementary Lady in pink . . . Soft-spoken . . . latest fashions . . . variety of hairstyles . . . When do we eat? . . . Loves rings . . . Activities: Science Club 2-4; W.R.O. ; Campus Star 1; Newman Club. 28 MARTIN D. ENIS B.S. Ed., Music Burlington ' s chief observer . . . sharp clothes . . . " Perche? perche! " . . . Joyce ... a wealth of wit . . . Uncle Sam ' s man. Activities: Band 1-4; Orchestra 2; M.E. N.C. 1-4; M.A.A. 1-4; Men ' s Chorus; Intr. Sports 1, 2; Jazz Club 1, 2; All Col- lege Chorus 1-4; Lab. Strings 3, 4. JUNE MARIE ENNIS B.S. Ed., Elementary Pear-shaped diamond . . . knows many people . . . carefree . . . never a dull mo- ment . . . " Johnny is the boy for me " . . . Activities: Newman Club; W.R.O. 1-4; Science Club 1; Campus Star 3; All Col- lege Chorus 1. 29 ADELE EVANS B.S. Ed., Music The proud, proud grandmother ... I just can ' t be late for Dr. Gilday ' s class again! . . . Should I buy that chocolate cream pie? ALICE EVOS B.S. Ed., Elementary Fond memories of her summer trip . . . exchanges news with Mona . . . I ' m going to Europe to teach . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4. . ' 50 JOANNA CATHERINE FLYNN B.S. Ed., Elementary Old Cape Cod ... so many letters . . . wholesome looks . . . full of class spirit . . . friendly . . . always busy . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4, W.R.O. Board 3, 4; Newman Club, Exec. Board 2-4; Dra- ma Club 1, 2; Lecture Representative 2; Student Council 3, Social Chairman; Cheerleader 2. VICTOR FORSELY B.S. Ed., Elementary Committee Worker . . . Part-time job . . . Interested in all campus activities . . : Activities: Basketball 1-4; M.A.A. 1-4; Student Gov ' t, Lee. Com. Chr. 4; Cam- pus Star 1-4. 31 jfc BP k ■r j ■■■ ■ ■P ' MiiiiWr :; - : ' ■ ■ - M f N 1 MARY BRIDGET FRAWLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Four C ' s . . . library supporter . . . wavy hair . . . Contagious laugh . . . Summer at Hampton . . . wears her sisters clothes. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; All College Chorus 1; Newman Club 1-4; Student Council 3; Drama Club 4; Wilson Room Committee 1. ESTHER FURR B.S. Ed., Music Ever ready smile and laughter . , Evans, I ' m going home with you lightfully charming and gracious. Mrs. . de- r 32 MARY ELLEN GATELY B.S. Ed., Music Ah, Amsterdam . . . U.N. memories . . . Elle est en ritard . . . M-m-m those French wines . . . our accordian artist. ANNE GERRY B.S. Ed., Music Good humor loves good company . . . " With a song in my heart " . . . Don . . . lilting laughter . . . vibrant personality . . . G.G. 33 PAUL ALDEN GETCHELL B.S. Ed., Elementary Rhythm on skates . . . " bearcat " . . . Man of many thoughts . . . Orator . . . another Cesari Valenti . . . Activities: Pegasus, Social Director 3; M.A.A. 1-4; Concert Choir 1. ROSEMARIE GIOVINO B.S. Ed., Elementary Indefatigable energy . . . Prettiest sport in school . . . dependable . . . sweet and sincere . . . " Don ' t forget play day ... " Activities: W.R.O. 1-3, Pres. 4; Student Gov ' t 4. 34 DOROTHY TAYLOR GREEN B.S. Ed., Music MG . . . twinkling fingers . . . always smiling . . . bowling champ . . . " Well — you know " . . . " ray " diant personality. sheila Mcdowell hardy B.S. Ed., Elementary April . . . Jerry . . . " I ' m hungry " . . . dark eyes . . . private secretary . . . big business . . . " I ' ve got a problem " . . . Four C ' s. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; College Choir 1; Iona Fellowship; Drama Club 1-4, Treas. 3; Wilson Committee 1. 35 EILEEN PATRICIA HARRINGTON B.S. Ed., Elementary Efficient and energetic ... " I mean " . . . Nice to know . . . Bright eyes . . . Quiet charm . . . Capable leader . . . Activities: Knoll Ed.-in-Chief ; W.R.O. 1- 4; Newman Club; Senior Investiture Com. 2, 4; Elementary Chorus 1, 2. MARY JEAN HERWARD B.S. Ed., Elementary Sedate and serious . . . Amiable . . . One of the original campfire girls . . . " say hey " . . . Industrious. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Iona Fellowship 2-4; Elementary Chorus 2. Ml 36 FRANCIS HICKEY B.S. Ed., Music " Mai " . . . Diligent, dedicated, and likes to dream ... A P Executive . . . " Ours was painted pink first... " PAULINE ELENA JEUNESSE B.S. Ed., Music Leading lady . . . Piano, her passion . . . The gold of " Finian ' s Rainbow " . . . Singing, her soul . . . Bobby . . . Activities: Concert Choir 1-4, Accom- panist 1-3; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Bops Pops 1-4; Drama Club, Exec. Board 4; W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 3, 4 . 37 EVELYN H. KENT B.S. Ed., Elementary " Are we swinging or are we swinging! " . . . petite and versatile . . . Cha eha any- one? . . . Advanced Mathematical Anal- ysis. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Iona Fellowship; Entertainment 1-4. IRENE CATHERINE KLEMENTS B.S. Ed., Elementary Warm smile . . . willing worker . . . creamy complexion . . . " Well, I think " . . . takes everything in stride . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club; Elementary Chorus 2; International Re- lations Club 3. 38 ROBERT J. KNOOP B.S. Ed., Music " Is that right " . . . One more time . . . Dig these changes . . . Sue and Kim . . . Clarinet to drums . . . Activities: Concert Choir 4; Concert Band 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Bops Pops 1-4; Dance Band 1-3, Leader 4; Jazz Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1-3; M.A.A. 1-4. ADRIAN EUGENE LAMBERT B.S. Ed., Elementary Homework, always homework . . . Meet you at the corner . . . Pin striped suit . . . Where are you going . . . California or bust . . . 39 MARILYN A. LEAVITT B.S. Ed., Elementary Neat and trim . . . Ellie ' s pal . . . Paul . . . sparkling left hand ... A dozen places to go in as many minutes . . . Activities: Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Elementary Chorus 2; Pegasus 3, 4; Campus Star 1, 2; Science Club 1; Cre- ative Writing 1. ALBERTINE E. LEVASSEUR B.S. Ed., Elementary Fastidious . . . Congenial . . . extensive wardrobe . . . " Is he ever nice " . . . What will I do? . . . Came to us from B.T.C. Activities: Newman Club 2-4; W.R.O. 2-4; Drama Club 3, 4; Library Com. 3, 4; Elementary Chorus; Campus Queen 3. 40 ROBERT H. LeCLAIR B.S. Ed., Music Song and dance man . . . " one of this and one of that " . . . personality — plus 5 . . . admiral of Blinstrub ' s chorus line . . . Activities: Concert Choir 1-4; Band 2-4; Bops Pops 1, 2, Director 3, 4; M.A.A. 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Jazz Club 1, 2; Dance Band 1-4; Pegasus 1-4; Drama Club 3; Men ' s Glee Club 1, 2. JOHN J. LEITE B.S. Ed., Music His laughter— Mel, too! . . . " Is that right!? " . . . my yellow tie . . . serious about his studies . . . Sam Spade . . . Activities: Concert Band 1-4; Concert Choir 2-4; Dance Band 1-4; Jazz Club 1, 2; Drama Club 3; M.E.N.C. 1-4, Treas. 4; Bops Pops 1-4, Ass ' t Director 3; M.A.A. 1-4; Intra. Sports 2; Men ' s Chorus. 41 DONALD EDWARD LUSSIER B.S. Ed., Music Much creativity . . . Funny laugh . . . Josef . . . Let ' s have a party . . . Cha-cha- cha . . . Artistic flair . . . Activities: Drama Club 3, 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Bops Pops 2-4; Concert Band and Choir 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Intramural Sports; Drama Club Pres. 4; Jazz Club; Newman Club 1-4; Bops Pops Director 3, Ass ' t 4. MELBA LORELEI MacLEOD B.S. Ed., Music Coffee breaks . . . Diamonds . . . Short hair for a long hair . . . Blue sweaters . . . Conscientious, intelligent and lovely . . . Activities: Concert Choir 1-4; M.E.N.C. 4, planning board 1, Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3; W.R.O. 1, 4; Drama Club 3; Bops Pops 1-4; Campus Star 1, 2; Jazz Club 1-3; Dormitory Council 4. 42 CAROLE ANN LYONS MARCOTTE B.S. Ed., Elementary Tufts and the Navy — too much . . . Where ' s the " e " ? . . . looking for her felt pen . . . " gotta meet the ship " . . . capable . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Comet Captain 3, 4; Campus Star 2-4; Newman Club. :,mmmim®m CAROL ANN MATLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Crazy about someone named Roger . . . Four C ' s . . . faculty office . . . " Oh, really? " . . . blue-eyed blonde . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Drama Club 1-4; Iona Fellowship. 43 HERBERT G. MAYNARD B.S. Ed., Music Natalie . . . Good humor, good looks, good style, good housekeeping . . . That homestead out " west " . . . Activities: Concert Choir 1-4; Concert Band 1-4; Dance Band 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-3, Parliamentarian 4; Jazz Club 1, 2; M.A.A. 1-4. CONSTANCE Mc ANDREW B.S. Ed., Elementary " Connie " . . . Sweetness personified . . . Weekends at West Point . . . genial . . . lias a host of friends . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4, Board 2, 3, Head of Archery 2, 3; Knoll, Lit. Ed.; Newman Club 2-4; Elementary Chorus 3. 44 W. RICHARD McMAHON B.S. Ed., Elementary Would-be author . . . enjoys the arts . . . few words, many thoughts . . . " Cards, anyone? " . . . subtle humor . . . Activities: Campus Star 2-4, News Ed. 4; Newman Club; M.A.A. 2-4; Pegasus 2, 3. JOAN BOYLE McQUADE B.S. Ed., Elementary Soft-spoken ... a laugh all her own . . . housewife, waitress, student . . . liked by all . . . " O-o-o-oh! " . . . Hubie ' s dream. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club. 45 SHEILA D. MOORE B.S. Ed., Elementary " Oh, this weather " . . . witty to talk with . . . Never again . . . Penn. is great . . . Individualist . . . Conversationalist . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Ring Com. 2; Newman Club 1-4. RAYMOND J. MORI ARTY B.S. Ee., Elementary Politician . . . Home away from home Infectious laugh . . . " Tom Dooley " , Controversial conversations. 46 PATRICIA MORRIS B.S. Ed., Elementary " Pat " ... A smile and cheery hello . . . Sports enthusiast . . . Willing to lend a helping hand . . . Enjoys life fully . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4. COLLEEN MEADE MOYNIHAN B.S. Ed., Music " Bob says " . . . Perfectionist ... I know in my high school . . . Official organizer . . . Expert at horseshoes . . . Leads the way . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. Treas. 3, V.Pres. 4 Concert Band 2, 3; Concert Choir 4 Student Council Ass ' t Assembly Chr. 4 Newman Club 3; W.R.O, 2-4. 47 MARGARET MURPHY B.S. Ed., Elementary " Peg " . . . Humerous gal . . . To the office . . . I ' m not ready yet . . . Painted picture . . . Chowder, anyone . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-3, Soc. Chr. 4; Drama Club 1-4; Class Day Com. 1-4. LOUIS MURRAY B.S. Ed., Music " Lou " ... " I have an announcement " . . . Golden gloves, and golden voice . . . New York, here I come . . . Tops as a chef. 48 JOANNE M. NISSI B.S. Ed., Elementary Hopechest from Eddie . . . Spends her summers banking . . . Ability, unlimited; success, assured . . . Weakness for cards. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Library Rep. 2; Class V. Pres. 3. KATHLEEN O ' DAY B.S. Ed., Elementary Versatile . . . Shopping in Boston . . . Girl with many friends . . . Artistic talent . . . Weekend traveler . . . Frequents the cafe . . . Activities: Newman Club 1-4; Student Council 3; W.R.O. 1, 2, Board 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1; All College Chorus 1; Wom- en ' s Chorus 1. 49 RICHARD H. O ' SHEA, JR. B.S. Ed., Music It ' s all politics . . . Now, I know a man who . . . Five-finger patterns . . . " Doubt- ing Dick " . . . Activities: M.A.A. 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Intramural Sports 1-3; Jazz Club 1, 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1. FRANK J. PAGE B.S. Ed., Music " Listen, man, have you heard this one? " . . . For your listening and dancing pleas- ure . . . Margie and Stevie . . . Activities: Class President 1, 2; M.E. N.C. 1-4; Concert Band 1-4; Student Council 1, 2; Bops Pops 1-4; Jazz Club 1,2; Dance Band 1-4. NANCY H. PAQUIN B.S. Ed., Elementary Science enthusiast . . . The Farragut . . . Spirited conversationalist . . . " I ' m shook " . . . Honestly, I don ' t know . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Science Club 1; Campus Star 1; Elementary Chorus 1, 2. j i . Ill, Sil ' Si 1; J! JOHN RODRIGUES PAVAO B.S. Ed., Elementary Nonchalant . . . Outdoor wonder . . . " Woody " . . . Mechanically inclined . . . " Oh, my aching back " ... A leading man. Activities: Concert Choir 1-4; Concert Band 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; M.A.A. 1-4; Bops Pops 1-4; M.E.N. C. 1-4. 51 MARIE PANAGEOTOPOULOS B.S. Ed., Elementary Bright smile . . . Deep thought . . . Loves the finer things in life . . . Quiet . . . En- joys dancing . . . Natural waves . . . Activities: Science Club 3, 4, Program Chr. 2; W.R.O. 1-4. MARY PAPPADOPOULOS B.S. Ed., Elementary " Mary Pap " . . . Ten o ' clock scholar . . . Warm-hearted . . . " But I couldn ' t " . . . " I have to go to the library " . . . Activities: Science Club 4; Campus Star l-. ' J: W.R.O. 1-4; Pegasus 1. LEO ARTHUR PARENT B.S. Ed., Elementary " Moose " . . . Baseball . . . Basketball . . . Coaches, too . . . Conscientious . . . Win- ning way . . . Canada . . . Books . . . Activities: Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; M.A.A. 1-3, Pres. 4; Knoll, Sports Ed. 4. 1 . ■ JOAN PAQUET B.S. Ed., Elementary That diamond sparkle . . . Likes to travel . . . Medfordite . . . Definite plans for the summer . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Class Day Com. 3, 4. 53 BARBARA D. PIEROG B.S. Ed., Elementary Old sneakers . . . Party organizer . . . Hot dogs anyone? . . . Blue slips . . . The heap, I and II . . . Trip to New York . . . Activities: Science Club 1; Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; Head of Golf 2; Cheer- leader 1-3; Campus Star, Exchange Ed. 1; Class Day Com. 3, 4. CAROL LANGONE PINEAU B.S. Ed., Elementary " That ' s Mrs. " . . . Dark eyes and dark hair . . . Unassuming . . . Natural charm . . . Well modulated voice . . . Ever a lady. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Xewman Club 1-4; Elementary Chorus 2; Campus Star; Internat ' l Relations Club 3. 54 LORETTA PLATT B.S. Ed., Elementary Why Pinky? . . . Let a smile be your um- brella ... Is this the room? . . . Capti- vating personality . . . Activities: Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4; All College Chorus 1; Campus Star 3; Pegasus 3, 4. VIRGINIA LEE PRIESTLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Sunshine on a cloudy day . . . Dimples . . . Swimming enthusiast . . . Pretty blue eyes . . . Physiology test today . . . Activities: Iona 1-4; Science Club 1; Cam- pus Star 1; W.R.O. 1-4; Elementary Cho- rus 1, 2. 55 JUNE C. QUIGLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary Talent, plus . . . Terrific harmony . . . " I didn ' t know " . . . Sunny disposition . . . " What will-power I have! " . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; M.E.N.C; Elementary Chorus 1; Bops Pops; All College Chorus. ELIZABETH ANN QUINN B.S. Ed., Elementary " Betty " . . . " Oh kids, I ' m out of it " . . . Hates cards, so she says . . . Senior So- cializer ... I told him . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1, Executive Board 2-4. 56 MARY J. QUINN B.S. Ed., Elementary Full of class spirit ... an all-around sport . . . " The Stars will win " . . . Always busy . . . Understanding and thoughtful. Activities: W.R.O. 1, Rep. 2, Treas. 3; V. Pres. 4; Campus Star 2, Sports Ed. 3, 4; Drama Club 1-3, Sec. 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Knoll Sports Ed. 4; Ass ' t Li- brary Rep. 4. JANET MARY REIDY B.S. Ed., Elementary Stylistic . . . Takes everything in stride . . . Blue eyes . . . Bowling and skiing . . . Socialite . . . Cute coiffure . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Campus Star 1. 57 MARIE ELAINE RENQUIN B.S. Ed., Elementary " Elaine " . . . Discusses baseball expertly . . . Stan ' s the man . . . Cool, calm and collected . . . Sales expert . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Internat ' l Relations Club 2; W.R.O. Rep. 3. MONA C. ST. ONGE B.S. Ed., Elementary Plans for her apartment . . . Independent . . . Shoes for every mood . . . Pays the bills for the Campus Star . . . Skating . . . Activities: Campus Star 1-3, Bus. Mgr. 4; W.R.O. 1-4. ' - ' V 58 KATHRYN M. SANDS B.S. Ed., Elementary Pizza and cherry pie . . . Chauffeur . . . That diamond sparkle . . . Four C ' s . . . Gift wrapping expert . . . Jim . . . Activities: Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. H. EUGENIE SANTOS B.S. Ed., Elementary Shy smile . . . Settles down to the task at hand . . . Ernest and reserved . . . Enjoys a good time . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Science Club 1-4. 59 PATRICIA MARIE SCANLON B.S. Ed., Elementary Sense of humor . . . Pictures anyone? . . . Summers at Hampton . . . Trip to New York . . . I ' m starting to diet today . . . Activities: Newman Club 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4, Head of sports 3, Head of Volley- ball 4. BEVERLY ANN SPOFFORD B.S. Ed., Elementary Tall, lithe and graceful . . . Down country . . . Dresden doll . . . Industrious, efficient, dependable . . . To the Commodore. Activities: W.R.O. 1-4; Iona 1-4; All Col- lege Chorus 4; Science Club 4. 60 JAMES STARKIE B.S. Ed., Music Fall River accent . . . " And so forth " . . . Leadership and musicianship ... An announcement, please . . . individuality. Activities: Concert Band 1-4; Concert Orch. 1-4; Baseball 2-4; M.E.N.C. 1-3, Pres. 4; Bops Pops 1-4; Drama Club 3; Newman Club 1-4; M.A.A. 1-4; Jazz Club 1, 2. PATRICIA B. SUMMERSETT B.S. Ed., Elementary Singing wheels . . . Past class photo col- lection . . . Small town girl . . . My son, Mike . . . Coffee with Irene and Gerry . . . Activities: W.R.O. 61 JAMES J. THOMAS B.S. Ed., Elementary Always leave them laughing . . . Thespian . . . Creative author . . . Lends a willing ear . . . Cafeteria conversationalist . . . Activities: Drama Club 1, 2; Campus Star 1, 2; M.A.A. 1-4. ELAINE SYLVIA THOMPSON B.S. Ed., Music " My ideal " . . . Sugar and spice . . . " Gee " ... Is the organ locked? . . . Bach . . . I ' m 21 now . . . Activities: Concert Band 2, 3; Iona 4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 1-4. (52 ANN ELIZABETH TITILAH B.S. Ed., Music Beep! Beep! — says the little Nash Ram- bler . . . " But Dr. O ' Hara " . . . Were you late for an Italian class? . . . Suppose . . . Activities: Concert Choir 1-4; Iona 3; Jazz Club 3; Pegasus 3; Campus Star 3; M.E.N.C. 1-4; W.R.O. 2-4. ALBERT C. VALENTINE B.S. Ed., Music " A question, please . . . Ideal husband . . . The practical type . . . Landlord . . . Two cars . . . Blushing personality . . . Activities: M.E.N.C. 1-4; Bops Pops 1-4; Jazz Club 1, V.Pres. 2; Concert Choir; M.A.A. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4; Dance Band 1-4. I 63 MARY E. VAUGHAN B.S. Ed., Music Everybody ' s secretary . . . " La Dan- seuse " . . . Ever efficient . . . That bubbling laughter . . . Always graceful . . . Activities: Concert Choir 3, 4; Drama Club 1-4; M.E.N. C. 1, 2, Sec. 3, 4; Jazz Club 1-3; Newman Club 1-3, Choir Director 4; W.R.O. 1-4. SSfiSBB MARY FRANCES WELCH B.S. Ed., Elementary Uses the family car . . . Peck and Peck styles ... A mind of her own . . . Aides the cause . . . Interests outside of school . . . Activities: W.R.O. ; Newman Club 1-4; Internat ' l Relations Club 2. 64 HELEN KATHERINE WILCOX B.S. Ed., Elementary Learning to cook . . . Friendly manner . . . Bob is the one for me . . . Often seen in the library . . . Definite future plans . . . Activities: W.R.O. 2-4; Iona 2-4, Cabinet 4. EVAN R. WILLIAMS, JR. B.S. Ed., Music Pipe man . . . Accompanist, par excel- lence . . . Impromptu improvisations . . . Witty sayings . . . Activities: Iona; Jazz Club; Intramural sports; M.A.A. 1-4; M.E.N.C. 1-4; Bops Pops. 6£ BRUCE WOOD B.S. Ed., Music Still waters run deep . . . Saxaphonist supreme . . . That ' s true, but don ' t you think . . . GERALDINE C. WRIGLEY B.S. Ed., Elementary January graduate . . . Mother of two . . . My husband is waiting . . . Ballardvale, you know where it is ... Is Pat here . . . Activities: W.R.O. 2-4. on SANDRA LOUISE YAPP B.S. Ed., Elementary Outdoor girl . . . Flair for Art . . . Masters her studies with ease ... All for the coun- try . . . Weldon . . . Blushes easily . . . Activities: Iona 2-4; Knoll Art Ed. 4; W.R.O. 2-4. FLORENCE HELEN C. ZAHER B.S. Ed., Elementary Never without her camera . . . Clever scientist . . . Innumerable interests . . . Considerate . . . Willing worker . . . Activities: W.R.O. 1-3; Board 4; Science Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, Treas. 4; Campus Star 1, 2, Photography Ed. 3, 4; Knoll Photography Ed. 4; Newman Club 4. •■m.% - ■mm mi- rriv- C1.M.YB 67 BRUCE HEALD B.S. Ed., Music Conservative dresser ... " I disagree " . . . Baritone horn and voice . . . Hobby-cera- mics . . . EDWIN MASON B.S. Ed., Elementary Ed . . . Sports when time allows . . . Deep voice . . . Firm convictions . . . Man of many talents . . . ASTEROIDS Dorothea Alexion V;iIi t Andrews Audrey Basset t Richard Bedell Theresa Brown Judith Butler Ida ■ ' .-iron ( ' lain- Cbicklu I ' r;i me- ( i;i I o Robert Collins Adrianne Corkery Betty Cutter John Donohue Richard Dunstan William Finn Richard Hathaway Donna Ileff ' ernan Philip Higgins Patricia Kelleher Miriam Kicrnan James Kit. sis Maine I.awn Mary Leonard Raymond L ' Heureaux Kenneth Lord Kathleen McGarahan William McGuiness Ann McNamara Diana Murray Judith Nelson IFenedine O ' llara Josephine Pappalardo Lynne Perreault Ernest Ramalho Mary Regan Judith Riopel Frances Rollins George Ryan Kathleen Sliea Mary Sheedy Nancy Sheerin Linda Sidire Joan Silva Christopher Simorellis Marcia Stearns Judith Stephens Barbara Travis Ronald Thayer Kleanor Wehh 68 Class of 1962 Our most recent friends — a class that arrived just a bit large, probably scared, and maybe a little green but during the year it has become truly one of the family of students at LSTC — warm, friendly, cooperative, and ambitious. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Library Representative Lecture Committee Joseph Tardie James Callahan Brenda Regan Augustine Reusch Richard Corcoran Pauline Golec 70 Class of 7967 Our most dear friends — whom we ' ve tried to guide and help as " loyal brothers and sisters " and with whom we ' ve shared suppers and advice, good times and pleas- ant memories as we ' ve watched you come into your own as the class of ' 61. We ' ve enjoyed our role and hope your class will continue to enjoy its unity and enthu- siasm. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Library Representative Ass ' t Library Representative Lecture Committee Alan Lurvey Francis Delaney Louise Harzigian William Hersey Anna Sammataro Arlene Carro Margaret Reynolds ■4, I V Strmk « 71 Class of 1960 Our most honored friends — the class we ' ve known the longesl and admired from their first arrival. School in- terest and loyalty has impressed your upperclassmen who hope that your class will find success and satis- faction as you complete the senior year. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Library Representative Lecture Committee Robert Timmons Fllen O ' Neil Collelte Nordberg June Reilly Molly Gleason Ann Marie Crowe 72 Candid s " f X. 73 The Knoll Many fond memories have been acquired during our stay at L.T.C. It would be tragic not to make a per- manent record of the activities and events which are so much a part of our life here. This is the main purpose of the Knoll. We hope the job has been well done and that the 1959 Knoll will forever recall all your fondest thoughts of the four years spent at L.T.C. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Art Editor Literary Editor KNOLL STAFF Eileen Harrington Peggy O ' Brien Richard Barnes Sandra Yapp Constance McAndrew Photography Editor Sports Editors Business Editor Florence Zaher Mary Quinn Leo Parent Anne Barrett 74 Student Government Association Every large group needs a governing body. We at L.T.C. are very proud of ours, the S.G.A. This governing body organizes the social calendar, sponsors organizations, and runs social events for the benefit of the entire school. OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Assembly Chr. Social Chr. Ass ' t Social Chr. Public Relations Chr. Ass ' t Pub. Relations Advisor Albert Brewster Richard Barnes Anne Barrett Barbara Baroni Victor Forsley Sandra Carville Pauline Pearsall Charles Mitsakos Sheila Barrett Miss Fortunata Caliri Lecture Committee T m Vv B K m 1 L V ' »v rij C m I in, Jv -.;_ V r T H Library Committee 76 Pegasus has been an inspiration to the creative minds of the entire college. Since its beginning, five years ago, it has grown in stature until today it stands as a mature and proven literary publication. We feel that the quality of our magazine speaks for itself. It has entailed a great deal of work and complete cooperation on the part of all who helped make this magazine a success. With great pride may we present Pegasus. STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Business Manager Fiction Editor Michael Connors Donald Lussier Jonathan Reynolds John Pendergast Anne Barrett Poetry Editor Art Editors Social Chairmen Faculty Advisor Eleanor Webb Dennis DiGennaro Vincent Kondrotas Eleanor Condon Judith Tracy Dr. Julian Roberts Science Club President Vice President Treasurer Secretary OFFICERS Helen Luz Mary Jo Conlon Florence Zaher Emilv McGowan 77 Drama Club 78 © (% o 0, oner Fellowship The Iona Fellowship is a Student Organization at the Lowell Technological Institute, the Lowell General Hospital and Lowell Teachers College, united in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. To accom- plish this purpose, we, faculty members and stu- dents of various races and creeds, unite in a common loyalty to God. In this Fellowship, we seek to understand the will of God through wor- ship, study, and action, and shall strive to realize it both in personal living and in working toward a better society. The Faculty advisor is Dr. Wil- liam R. Fisher. The Chaplain is Rev. C. K. Richard. 79 Newman Club The Newman Club is made up of Catholic students from Lowell Teachers College and Lowell Tech. The spir- itual growth of the students is one of its main objec- tives. Also of prime importance is the social and edu- cational development of its members. Throughout the year the Newman Club sponsors dances, lectures, communion breakfasts, and an annual retreat. OFFICERS President John Hickson, LTI Vice President Anne Barrett, LTC Corresponding Secretary Ellen Trevors, LTI Recording Secretary Mildred Rearden, LTC Treasurer Helen Frawley, LTC 80 Campus Star 81 ADVISORS Prof. H. Marie Garritv and Dr. Elizabeth A. Neilson y»ri- ' q r m BOARD AND COUNCIL ' oanna Flynn, Star ( !apl i W. R. O. The Women ' s Recreational Organization emphasizes the active participation of all women students regard- less of skill. It provides, too, for those who are unable to participate in an active program by its administrative system. The W.R.O. tries to achieve the goals of mutual interest in recreational activities, a high standard of sportsmanship, and increased enjoyment through par- ticipation in sports. The W.R.O. enjoyed a very eventful year having over 850 girls participate in some phase of the program. In addition to many sport activities, the annual Co-Ed Capers Dance, the General Playdays, Star-Comet com- petition playdays, Alumni Day, bowling and badmin- ton tournaments, and the May Banquet are some of the activities that give pleasure to so many. 82 Activities For All 83 M. A. A. $»?• Since its organization six years ago, the Men ' s Athletic Association at the college has offered the men the oppor- tunity to participate in both inter-collegiate and intramural sports. During the year, the club sponsors various activities including volleyball, basketball, baseball, wrestling, bad- minton, boxing, golf, and football. The social activities of the association consist of an annual Sports Night, M.A.A.- W.R.O. dance, annual banquet, and the men ' s stag dance. Through the untiring efforts of its members, the club will continue to grow and carry out its responsibilities on the campus. OFFICERS President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Head of Sports Faculty Advisor Leo Parent Victor Forsley Michael Connors Dennis DiGennaro Gerry Grasso Ignatius Ciszek jfidl ■ I i a 1 1 • :.:. . _ ' ..!». . w ML fct igH (M ■ I WK 1 4it fet J - ■ 84 Co-captains: Michael Connors and Leo Parent; Gerry Cote, James Lambert, Charles Manouses, Edwin Mason, Charles Pelley, Victor Forsley, Joe Tardie, Augustine Reusch, David Lecam, Charles Keenan and Frank Georges. Coach: Walter " Chris " Copley. ! L. J D mm %. t$. 1 w B i WW J m 11 ' la w y Wmm ' " ' ■ -3 ' " " 1 ■ B i Br B F ' : l 1 ' TM 1 ) If.fM " 5 ;|iii;ii| • -.iP yt - hH n Br- ' iraiH 85 M. E. N. C. The M.E.N.C., Music Educators ' National Conference, student chapter 201, one of the largest student organizations on campus, includes students from both the elementary de- department and the music department. It also boasts two faculty advisors, Dr. Edward Gilday, faculty advisor, and Dr. Dominic Procopio, financial advisor. This organization sponsors two major shows a year; " Bops Pops, " a variety show in the fall, and a musical in the spring. In addition it has sponsored Jazz Concerts and a tri-collcge dance. Proceeds from many of the functions have been used to give scholarship aid and to help students who wished to attend the regional and national conventions of the M.E.N.C. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS James Slarkie Colleen Moynihan Mary Vanghan John Leite f ? V «•»-■ t 1 i V " . t Concert Choir ■i v ii £ n Z £ ft « . o q £2,2.11 A Concert Band R 8 ft Concert Orchestra 87 All College Chorus Lab Chorus Lab Band Jazz Club 88 STUDIO We at HULT STUDIOS congratulate the Senior Class and wish you the best of luck Naturally we are proud to have been chosen the official class photographer, and hope we have succeeded in assisting you to record the most important year in your life As we served you, may we have the pleasure of serving you in the future. HULT STUDIOS are equipped to produce finest in portraiture, wedding and children photography flMSfeJJ 94 CHERRY ' S CHERRY AND WEBB CO. Lowell Compliments of A FRIEND B.M. WOOD - ABBOTT CO. Established 1872 DIAMOND MERCHANTS AND JEWELERS 175 Merrimack Street Lowell, Mass. Compliments of The Pioneer Sandwich Shop 48 Bridge Street Lowell, Mass. Compliments of LOWELL DAIRY DONALDSON ' S " on the sunny side " 75 Merrimack St. Lowell, Mass. (pollarcrci G. C. Prince Son, Inc. 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Cunningham, Gertrude M. ' ii Belmonl St. Lowell, Mil-. Eiiggens, Patricia F. 4 1- Harrington St . Lowell, Mass. .Wilson, Dr. Elizabeth Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. Wallace, Mary F. 158 Darmouth St. Lowell, Mass. I Irinan, Helen G. is Reservoir Si Cambridge) Mass. Hiscoe, DeMerritl A. Mi Hornbeam Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Norton, Frederick A. Hi Wood Ave. Framingham, Mass. Ward, Alma S Fern St. Chelmsford, Mass. 100 COLLEGE STUDENT DIRECTORY CLASS OF 7959 Ambiehl, Gail 218 Massachusetts Ave. North Andover, Mass. Barnes, Richard 125 Grove St. Lowell, Mass. Barrett, Anne 9 Sixth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Borrows, Irene 50 Hornbeam Hill Chelmsford, Mass. Brewster, Albert 8 River St. Wilmington, Mass. Brewster, Donald 4 River Road Wilmington, Mass. Carpentier, Richard 9 Cross St. Graniteville, Mass. Condon, Eleanor 441 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Conlon, 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, Dianna 197 Smith St. Lowell, Mass. DiGloria, John 134 Prospect St. Lawrence, Mass. DiMauro, Geraldine 276 Oak St. Lawrence, Mass. Dixon, Richard 58 Estes St. Lynn, Mass. Donahue, Joan 566 Clark St. Tewksbury, Mass. Donnelly, Roseanne 34 Clare St. Lowell, Mass. Donovan, Carol 115 Bennington St. Lowell, Mass. Driscoll, Barbara 276 Turnpike St. No. Andover, Mass. Egan, Eleanor 19 Bertram St. Lowell, Mass. Ennis, June 304 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Evans, Adele 78 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. Haverhill, Mass. Giovino, Rosemarie 53 Clewley Rd. W. Medford, Mass. Harrington, Eileen 156 North Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Heald, Bruce 349 Gt. Plave St. Needham, Mass. Her ward. Jean 151 A. Bailey St. Lawrence, Mass. Hickey, Francis 178 Dracut St. Lowell, Mass. Jeuness, Pauline 611 Charles St. Fall River, Mass. Kent, Evelyn 1112 Andover St. Tewksbury, Mass. Klements, Irene 818 Woburn St. Wilmington, Mass. Knoop, Robert 269 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Lambert, Adrian 15 N. Lowell St. Methuen, Mass. Leavitt, Marilyn 78 Bradstreet Ave. Lowell, Mass. LeClair, Robert 60 Montview Ave. Lowell, Mass. Leite, John 17 Bowdoin St. Lowell, Mass. Levasseur, Albertine 1041 Main St. Haverhill, Mass. Lussier, Donald 22 Church St. Ware, Mass. Mason, Edwin 136 Sladen St. Dracut, Mass. MacLeod, Melba 32 Westland Ave. Saugus, Mass. Matley, Carole 147 B St. Lowell, Mass. Marcotte, Carole 72 Myrtle St. Medford, Mass. Maynard, Herbert 19 Newton Rd. Arlington, Mass. McAndrew, Constance 19 Winthrop Ave. Methuen, Mass. McDowell, Sheila 4 Stedman St. Chelmsford, Mass. McMahon, Richard 20 Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. McQuade, Joan Nesmith St. Lowell, Mass. McQuade, Hubert Nesmith Street Lowell, Mass. Moore, Sheila 47 Florence St. Lowell, Mass. Moriarty, Raymond 36 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Morris, Patricia 431 Pelham St. Methuen, Mass. Moynihan, Colleen 65 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. Murphy, Margaret 40 Warwich St. Lowell, Mass. Murry, 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. Dracut, Mass. Pappadopoulos, Mary 136 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Paquet, Joan 16 Hazel Rd. Medford, Mass. Pacquin, Nancy 668 Lowell St. Lawrence, Mass. Parent, Leo 190 Hall St. Lowell, Mass. Pierog, Barbara 21 Allen St. Lawrence, Mass. Pineau, Carol 25 Moumtain St. Woburn, Mass. Piatt, Loretta 76 Harris St. Lowell, Mass. Priestley, Virginia 94 Boxford St. Lawrence, Mass. Quigley, June 16 Genest Ave. Lowell, Mass. Quinn, Elizabeth 97 Woodward Ave. Lowell, Mass. Quinn, Mary 39 Harvard St. Lowell, Mass. Reidy, Janet 107 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Renquin, Elaine 26 Tilton St. Lowell, Mass. Sands, Kathryn 2106 Main St. Tewksbury, Mass. Santos, Eugenie 8 Plymouth Terrace Methuen, Mass. Scanlon, Patricia 102 Auburn St. Lawrence, Mass. Spofford, Beverly Wahington St. West Boxford, Mass. Starkie, James 332 County St. Fall River, Mass. St. Onge, Mona 4 Nabnasset St. Nabnasset, Mass. Stowell, Joan 838 Bridge St. Lowell, Mass. Summersett, Patricia Gage Hill Rd. Pelham, N. H. Taylor, Dorothy 49 Hunting St. Maiden, Mass. Thomas, James 89 Hayes Ave. Lowell, Mass. Titilah, Ann 53 Shore St. 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 Varnum Ave. Lowell, Mass. Williams, Evans 1 Linder Court Lawrence, Mass. Wood, Bruce 138 Bridge St. Beverly, Mass. Wrigley, Geraldine 16 Oak St. Ballardvale, Mass. : Yapp, Sandra 441 Newton Rd. Littleton, Mass. Zaher, Florence 148 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. 101 CLASS OF 1960 Ainsley. Ruthann 145 Bowers St. Lowell, Mass. Allen, Barbara 144 Concord St. Lowell, Mass. Avery, Jane 17 Ohio St. Lawrence, Mass. Baroni, Barbara 5? Christinan Ave. Lowell, Mass. Bartlett, Jane HO Salem St. Maiden, Mass. Bemis, Elaine M. 133 Grove St. Wilmington, Mass. Boyce, Maureen 86 Packard St. Hudson, Mass. Brewster, Arthur 4 River St. Wilmington, Mass. Brown, Richard C. 28 Randolph St. Abington, Mass. Burke, Ellen 44 Talbot St. X. Billerica, Mass. Carville, Sandra 17 Cleghorn Lane X. Tewksbury, Mass. Chandler, Dorothy 39 X. Meadow Rd. Lowell, Mass. Condon, Xora 1 Sprague St. X . Billerica, Mass. Connors, Janet 24 Elm St. Methuen, Mass. Crowe, Ann Marie 84 Sunael Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. Cuozzi, Lorraine 125 Green St. Woburn, Mas,. Curran, Marj I. I Jewetl Ave. Lowell, Mass. Cuitin, Mar, 582 Main Si I I erhill, Ma--. Danahy, Donna M. . ' ,; Katherine 31 l . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ , l I ■ Sili a, John I.) Parish Rd. rence, M Dickey, Mrs. Jacqueline 19 Winthrop Ave. Methuen, Mass. DiGennaro, Dennis 178 Tenney St. Methuen, Mass. Dispenza, Louis 5-1 Lamoille St. 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, Theodore 60 Auburn St. Medford, Mass. Edgerly, Donna J. 168 Xewton St. Haverhill, Mass. Fitzpatrick, Janet 60 X T orth St. Methuen, Mass. Frawley, Helen C. 157 B St. Lowell, Mass. Gentile, Rudolph 16 Gilbert St. Lynn, Mass. Giarrizzo, Rocco 55 Xewton St. Waltham, Mass. Gingras, Reina 114 Margin St. Lawrence, Mass. Gleason, Maureen 37 (den vale Ave. Pinchurst, Mass. Grasso, Gerald 85 Phillips SI. Lawrence, Mass. Greene, Marietta Kendall ltd. Tyngsboro, Mass. Najjar, Lorraine 880 Merrimack Si. Mel huen, Mass. Mall. Ann Marie :,-; Kaseltine St. Haverhill, Mass. Hayes, Joan 15 Osborne Rd. Medford, Mass. Hebert, Mrs. Margaret 9th Avenue Lowell, Mass. Heinty, Ann M. 5 Salem Rd. Billerica, Mass. Hollins, Sylvia L. 225 Himestead St. Fall River, Mass. Holmes, Ruth M. 110 Sixth St. Lowell, Mass. Joyce, Patricia H. 19 Burgess St. Methuen, Mass. Kelly. Ann V. 7 Pershing St. Forge Village, Mass. Kelly, Janice M. 46 Hawthore St. Lowell, Mass. KeratsoDOulos, Mrs. Claire 420 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. Keville, Harriet 274 Appleton St. Lowell, Mass. Kimmel, Milton 40 Sagamore St. Lynn, Mass. King, Priscilla 340 Coggeshall St. Fall River, Mass. Kloza, Janet 203 Pleasant St. Lowell, Mass. Lambert, James F. 15 Adams St. Chelmsford, Mass. Leiter, Trma 31 Wilcock St. Dorchester, Mass. Luz, Helen 1122 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. McCarron, Mrs. Marie 48 Sylvester St. Lawrence, Mass. MeCah. Thomas 00 Brown St. Waltham, Mass. McGowan, Emily 49 Canal Si. Winchester, Mass. McKee Geroma Mac 627 Main St. Woburn, Mass. McMahon, Anne L. 256 Perry St. Lowell, Mass. Mader, Christine, 24 Pinkham Rd. Medford, Mass. Marchard, Roger L. 751 Broadway St. Lowell, Mass. Maraghan, Mary 24 Dianne Rd. Medford, Mass. Moynihan, Mary J. 104 Dorchester St. Lawrence, Mass. Murray, Susan K. 120 Monument St. Medford, Mass. Nordberg, Collette 83 North Rd. Bedford, Mass. Xorris, George F. 117 State St. North Hampton, Mass. O ' Neill, Ellen P. 13 Hillside Rd. Billerica, Mass. O ' Neill, Patricia 156 Columbia Rd. Lowell, Mass. Ouellette, Richard 156 Columbia Rd. Lowell, Mass. Pacificio, Richard 260 Adams St. Lowell, Mass. Packer, Mary Lou 70 Hampstead St. Methuen, Mass. Parlin, Catherine 34 Nesmith St. Lawrence, Mass. Pendergast, John 98 Turgeon Ave. Dracut, Mass. Powers, Catherine 127 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. Pyne, Noreen 78 Ashcraft Rd. Medford, Mass. Rcvclas, George F (15 I ' Yeeman Ave. Everett, Mass. Reynolds, Johnathan 1909 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. Richards, Gennie Old Lowell Rd. Westford, Mass. Riley, June 66 E. Broadway Haverhill, Mass. Rondeau, Estelle 282 School St. Lowell, Mass. St. Clair, Mrs. E. 88 Ashland Ave. Methuen, Mass. Schanzer, Dianna 2020 Main St. Tewksbury, Mass Schmottlach, Mrs. Jean 62 Birchwood Rd. Methuen, Mass. Seminatore, Marie 82 Bedford St. Burlington, Mass. Simon, Earl E. 577 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. Skop, Sandra Ann 5 Arthur St. Methuen, Mass. Stimpson, Ruth 638 Market St Lowell, Mass. Teloian, Peter H. 387 Pelham St. Methuen, Mass. Timmons, Robert 12 Fernald St. Lowell, Mass. Tsintsos, William 81 Branch St. Lowell, Mass. Wade, Jane 11 Oxford St. Maiden, Mass. Ward, Gloria 172 Walnut Ave. Roxbury, Mass. Webb, Eleanor 382 Grove St. Kail River, Mass. Wood, 1). Bruce 13 Hillside St. Beverly, Mass. Woronka, Sandra 58 Plymouth St. Methuen, Mass. 102 CLASS OF 1961 Asquith, Helen 94 Clark Rd. Lowell, Mass. Barrett, Shelia 8 Wedge St. Lowell, Mass. Barry, Donald 91 Bennington St. Lawrence, Mass. Bouleau, Margaret 335 Andover St. Lowell, Mass. Breyer, Sally Middle Rd. Southampton, Mass. Brooks, Mary 20 Moore St. Chelmsford, Mass. Burke, Catherine Talbert Ave. Billerica, Mass. Carro, Arlene 78 Arnold St. Methuen, Mass. Cogger, Kathleen 408 Pine Street Lowell, Mass. Conlon, Joyce 816 Lakeview Ave. Lowell, Mass. Connors, Roberta 250 East Bond St. Medford, Mass. Caughlin, Evelynne 95 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Craig, John 153 Varnum Ave. Lowell, Mass. Davis, Patricia 96 Llewellyn St. Lowell, Mass. Delaney, Francis 17 Crosby St. Lawrence, Mass. DeLuca, Joseph 52 Tyler St. Lawrence, Mass. Dinapoli, Ernest 18 North Milton St. Maiden, Mass. Donnellan, Maureen 204 Woburn St. Medford, Mass. Donohue, 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. Dymek, Alex 182 Highland St. Fitchburg, Mass. Ebinger, Beverly 21 Elm St. Tewksbury, Mass. Erwin, Elaine 20 Hamilton St. Medford, Mass. Faulkner, Marjorie Treble Cove Rd. Billerica, Mass. Fielding, Nancy 84 Fruit St. Lowell, Mass. Foster, Susan 20 Feesenden Rd. Arlington, Mass. Fratlo, John 64 Clark Rd. Medford, Mass. Frechette, Rita 148 Arlington Rd. Woburn, Mass. Golec, Manya 1420 Bridge St. Dracut, Mass. Hallaren, Mary 49 Second St. Lowell, Mass. Hallfors, Lauri 983 Rindge St. Fitchburg, Mass. Hamel, Joan 16 July St. Lowell, Mass. Hamm, James 205 Ailen St. Lowell, Mass. Harzigian, Louise 29 Whipple St. Lowell, Mass. Hathaway, Charlotte West Rd. Worthington, Mass. Hayes, Margaret 275 Andover St. Lawrence, Mass. Hentz, Richard 5 Salem Rd. Billerica, Mass. Hersey, William 160 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Hewett, Kathleen 36 Odile St. Methuen, Mass. Holleran, Thomas 32 Grace Terrace Pittsfield, Mass. Holmes, Jacqueline 14 Riverview Ave. Waltham, Mass. Hyde, Martha 60 Richards 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. Lens, Robert 13 Belnel Rd. Mattapan, Mass. Lent, Joyce Maple St. Northoro, Mass. Lerer, Meredith 53 Summer St. Maynard, Mass Libby, Ruth 33 Rindge St. Arlington, Mass. Liss, Judith 85 Nesmith St. Lawrence, Mass. Maguire, Jean 17 Bigelow St. Lawrence, Mass. Mahoney, Ellen 511 High St. Lowell, Mass. Marshall, Barbara 119 Alder St. Waltham, Mass. Mattin, Elizabeth 6 Hodgson St. Tewksbury, Mass. McGrath, Clare 21 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. McLarney, Ethel 854 Merrimack St. Dracut, Mass. McTeague, Muriel 33 Cambridge St. Winchester, Mass. Meier, Eleanor 17 Sunrise Ave. Greenfield, Mass. Merrifield, Joyce 405 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Mitchell, James Main St. West Barnstable, Mass. Mitsakos, Charles 84 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Moore, Joyce 36 John St. Reading, Mass. Mullen, Rosemary 87 Winthrope St. Lowell, Mass. O ' Leary, Nancy 213 Parkview Ave. Lowell, Mass. O ' Loughlin, Jo-Anne 23 Dunfey St. Chelmsford, Mass. Partridge, Janice 214 Abbott St. Lawrence, Mass. Pearsall, Pauline 16 Phoebe Ave. Lowell, Mass. Pelley, Charles 11 Edson St. Lowell, Mass. Pulson, Judith 324 South St. Reading, Mass. Quentin, Phyliss Woburn Rd. Tynsboro, Mass. Reardon, Mildred Main St. Tewksbury, Mass. Reid, Gerald 29 Douglas Rd. Medford, Mass. Reynolds, Margaret 79 B St. Lowell, Mass. Riley, Dorothy 331 North Blvd. Salisbury, Mass. Rousseau, David 230 Walter Rd. Fitchburg, Mass. Roymans, Kristin 140 North Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Russo, Edward Massacupic Trail Tynsboro, Mass. Sammataro, Anna 4 Knox St. Lawrence, Mass. Santagati, Charles 68 Princeton St. Andover, Mass. Shadeed, Duayne 63 Alder St. Lawrence, Mass. Sill, Lorraine Malananakee Trail Littleton, Mass. Smi th, Carolyn 173 Groton Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Theobodo, Gerald 47 Harris St. Pittsfield, Mass. Tracy, Judith 27 Griggs St. Dracut, Mass. Tylus, Bruce 45 Kent St. Lawrence, Mass. Vinecombe, Brenda 16 Robin Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. Vinciullo, Jean 21 Hillcrest Rd. Waltham, Mass. Walden, Judith 48 Bartlett St. Lowell, Mass. Welt, Drucilla Box 31 Haverhill, Mass. Wieloch, Alice West Main St. Dudley, Mass. Winters, Mary 47 Enmore St. Andover, Mass. 103 Class of 1962 Ambrose, Jean C. 492 Main St. Haverhill, Mass. Anderson. Harold 4 Lynch St . Lawrence. Mass. Antonpoulos, Pola 13 Havilah St. Lowell. Mass Alien, .lean 90 Cottage St. Melrose. Mass. Bailey, Audrey 20 Delbert St Dracut, Mass. Bains, Francis 37 Mort Ave. Lowell, Mass. Baranowski, Donna 105 18th St. Lowell, Mass. Baratta, Paul S. 22 Whiting St. Plymouth, Mass. Bees, Bernadine D. 49 Myrtle Terr. inchester, Mass. Belliveau, Xoruia 35 Potter Rd. Cambridge, Mass. Blanthard, Marilyn 30 4th St. Graniteville, Mass. Borst, Martha 83 Corbett St. Lowell, Mass. Brooks, Barbara 20 Moore St. E. Chelmsford , Mass. Brown, Linda Irene 31 (.rove St. Chelmsford, Mass. Brown, Shirley 154 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. Brown, William 28 Bradlee St. Boston, Mass. Burns, Patricia 34 Osborne Rd. Medford, Mass. CabraL Paul A. 27 Hardwick St. Cambridge, Mass. Callahan, Doris 56 Winn St. Woburn, Ma--. allahan, Elizabeth 155 B ' way Rd. Dracut, Mass. allahan, James E. .; Bonad Rd. Winchester, Mast aUWSO, | iiri -l 3 Summil Ave. I •. ' ■ I, ' . M.I--. ' oulias, M 100 Old Meadow Dnu at, i . Virginia ' .; Weal ' . ' I ' i M ;i i nioi v. Indo Ms l|.|.|i:i ' I I • ■ • I rence, Ms ' I ale ■•i II,.- M ' oido, ' hai 011 Bedrord -i i H . U Conant, Roger II. 183 Christian St. Lowell, Mass. Connor, Elizabeth 1S8 Olive Ave. Lawrence, Mass. Conom, Margaret 55 Ilampstead St. Methuen, Mass. Corcoran, Richard 320 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Corcoran, Thomas 320 Suffolk St. Lowell, Mass. Costa, Janet D. TOO Jackson St. Methuen, Mass. Corey, Janice E. 119 Andrews St. Lowell, Mass. Cotton, Anneliese 5 St. Nicholas Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. Crabtree, Idolyne 12 Glenwood Ave. Methuen, Mass. Cullen, Judith R. 15 Fox St. Lowell, Mass. Curran, Barbara A. 33 Corbett St. Andover, Mass. Currier, James 11 Buttonwoods Ave. Haverhill, Mass. Cutrumbs, Constance 51 Phineas St. Dracut, Mass. Daley, Ann 542 Andovei St. Lawrence, Mass. Daley, Patricia 15 Cuba St. Andover, Mass. Danas, Georgia 62 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. Da Silva, Anita 58 Hanks St. Lowell, Mass. Dini, Nanci •28 Grove St. Medford, Mass. Di Salvo, Dennis f.jli Maiden St. Revere, Mass. Doherty, Diane 117 High St. Lawrence-, Mass. Faneros, Catherine ll.i Textile Ave. Lowell, Mass. Farrell, Margaret hi; Butterfield Si. Lowell, Mass. Parris, Linda J. 8 Webster Si. Law rencc, Ma--. Perrarr, Lorraine A. ;. ' , Lakcvieu Ave. Reading, M Pinnegan, Joan - ■I Rivei -i Billcrii i. Mi i inii.iii. Lest) i :;:, Amhersl Rd. Marbli hi ad. Ma Flynn, Patrii in I ■ i II. in. |, hin 51 I n i,i i , Ma I -.r I. .. Robi n S. i 11 Pini -i i.-. ell, Ms Forsythe, Barbara 33 Chester St. Ballardvale, Mass. Forte, James 103 Brooks St. Medford, Mass. Foster, Frances C. 71 Edgewood Ave. Methuen, Mass. F ' ox, Beverly L. 3-24 B ' way St. Dracut, Mass. Frascarelli, Pasqua 17 Myrtle St. Lowell, Mass. French, Thomas E. 43 West 4th St. Lowell, Mass. Garside, Gertrude 84 Forest St. Lowell, Mass. Gaudette, Anne Mary 60 W. Meadow Rd. Lowell, Mass. Georges, Francis 22 Lawton St. Lowell, Mass. Giallongo, Kathleen 35 Marion St. Medford, Mass. Gillis, Carolann 13 Market St. Lawrence, Mass. Gioia, Frank C. 2 Pleasant Terr. Lowell, Mass. Golec, Pauline M. 304 Cumberland Rd. Lowell, Mass. Greska, Nancy 823 Central St. Lowell, Mass. Gueli, Elaine 13 Gleason St. Methuen, Mass. Ilabeeb, Ruth Ann 1 1 Caswell Ave. Methuen, Mass. Harlow, Donald 132 Worcester St. Bridgewater, Mass. Harrison, Mrs. Nora 18 Dufton Rd. Andover, Mass. Healey, Ann Marie 20 Ilampstead St. Lowell, Mass. Hicks, Donald G. 116 I) Si. Lowell, Mass. Ilnr.in, delaine Hovey St. Lowell, Mass. Howard, Robert W Kill Bridge Si. Beverly, Mass. Howe, Carol 160 Shaw SI. Lowell, Mass. Hughes, Ronald ■in Lexington Si . E. Boston, Mass. Ingalls, Judith Swift Lane Warcham, Mass. I I. Mil i. 1 1. ! Lawrence St. Lawrence, Mass. .Li- obson, Sandra 338 Salisbury St. Holdcn, Mass. John on, ' In;- tal i •« Estate Rd. Littleton, Ms Kelley, Ruth Anne 19 Dana St. Lawrence, Mass. Kenney, Donald 218 High St. BrookJine, Mass. Kidd, Robert 49 W. Housatonic St. Pittsfield, Mass. Kohanski, Stasia 440 Trull St. Tewksbury, Mass. Kowauski, Roberta 511 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. Krajeski, Frederick R.F.D. Essex St. Mass. Latulippi, Roger 346 Lake St. Nashua, N. H. Leclair, Joan 17 Harris Ave. Lowell, Mass. Lee, Rosita Lee 877 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. Lenox, Ruth Ann 145 Sherwood Rd. Medford, Mass. Lombardo, Domenic 15 Sargent Ave. Lawrence, Mass. Lynch, Mary Ellen Cor. 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