Wilton High School - Yearbook (Wilton, NH)

 - Class of 1956

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Class Prophecy Ladies and Gentlemen : In an effort to predict' where the members of the class of 1956 wlll be ln ten years, we go to California where l am working as an airline receptionist. 'I have just met an old classmate, Deanna Center, who ls a private secretary in one of Cal1fornia's newest and largest enterprises. Dee invited me for lunch at her apartment. As we were eating we watched the news broadcasts on television. Prom New York City the news of the day was the docking of the S. S. Snooty. Coming down the gangplank are Iames Curtis, renowned authority on the duckblll platypus, and Carole Nelson a reglstered nurse, carrying a large glass case of ----- , well I can't see now because Stuart Draper ls right up front taking pictures for the Wllton Journal. Stuart has moved now and we see two more of our former classmates coming down the gangplank. They are Gerald Gallant, world heavyweight boxlng champion and his able manager Kevin Fox. 'They are returning from a world tour. From Washington D. C. Nancy Small, soclety's gossip columnlst reports that Senator Robert Hatch of New Hampshire has been seen at a large number of soclal gatherings with that 'popular new woman senator from Maine. Richard McQuade is also ln the news. He is now an admiral ln the United States Navy. His shlp was in mld-Atlantic when the boiler blew a large hole port side of the ship. It was rolling on its side and sinking slowly as Douglas Brown and Carl Kiellg made a heroic rescue. We now flash back to Hollywood where there is a price cutting war going on between two beauty parlor operators. Betty Tlghe and Donna Starkweather. In an effort to out-do her competitor Donna has engaged Patricia Parsons as manlcurist. The commercial ls next ln llne. A new magazine which is out selling Esquire is being advertised. There may be two reasons why this magazine is selling so well. One is that Edward Martin ls the editor and the second is that the cover illustrations are by Kathryn LaCasse. The sports commentator flashes on the screen next with his sports of the day. Basketball Man of the Year is Dan Mahoney coach of Wilton High School. Dan led the Wilton team down comeback road tg the championship of New Hampshire and had an undefeated season along the way. Now that the news was over Dee shut off the television so we could have a chance to talk. The conversation immediately started by my asking Dee if she had heard that another of our former classmates, Ernest Waters had also been in the news. She replied that she hadn't so l told her that Ernie had recently been test driving General Motors' turbine-powered Firebirds. I had heard that a new recording star was making a big hit ln New York Clty. I wondered if this could possible be one of the graduates of Wilton Hlgh School's class of '56., Upon inquiring I found that the Star was Martha McGrath. Dee told me that Martha had just recelved a gold record, for her recording had sold over one mlllion copies. g She went on to say that two more of our former classmates were employed by Inter- national Harvester. They are Arthur Fulgoni who is a big executive and Blanche Hadley who ls Arthur's private secretary. She also added that Marjorie Burbee had been chosen "Secretary of the Year" and Harriet Iarest "Typist of the Year" by the Dlctaphone Corporation. Now we've seen all our classmates in the news and everyone has been very successful. , Of course this has only been in my imagination, but it's fun to imagine and when all our classmates gather at the class reunion fifteen years from now we'll see how nearly right I was ln thls prophecy. 'Tonight We Launch, Where Shall We Anchor. ' Louisa Stearns Class Will We, the Class of 1956, of Wllton High School, Town of Wilton, State of New Hampshire, being ln a fairly sound state of mind to make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament, disposing of our possessions, sentimental and otherwise. After the payment of our just debts and expenses we give, devise, and bequeath as follows: ' To our Superintendent, Mr. Palre,-we will the tire marks left in the parking lot by the Senior Class. To our Principal, Mr. Sargent, we wlll a set of noiseless keys and rubber soled shoes so the students won't be able to hear him coming. To Miss Lange we will another undefeated basketball team. To Mr. I-lastlngs we will a supply of rubber stoppers to replace the ones the seniors misplaced during home room period. To Mr. Preston we will a new bar-room-mirror inplace of the one he gave us for decorations at the Sno-Ball. To Mrs. Tatarunls we will an elevator so she won't have to walk up three flights of stalrs so often. To Mr. Dwlre we will a ball and chain for each pupil so they won't wander off during MD class. To Mr. Callahan we will an up-to-date joke book. A To Mlss Edwards, we will more musical talent because a lot of the talent is leaving this year. To Mr. Shaw we will a new set of nerves and hope his next home room class lsn't as nerve-racking as we were. To Happy Day we will a new Cadillac, then he'll be able to get to fires on time. To the Mothers that worked on the Lions' Club Suppers we will our sincere thanks and deep appreciation. To our most unfortunate undergraduates, the Iunlors, we bequeath the following: Louisa Stearns wills her innocent look to Pat Hutchinson. Ilmmy Curtis wills his ability to return everything in pieces to Tom Breen.. Blanche Hadley wllls her hobby of "chasin' cowsf' to George LaCasse and Dotty McGettlgan. Stuart Ikaper wills a hundred pounds to Iessle Small. Margie Burbee wills her ability to chew gum without getting caught to Marle Cardillo and Pat Paro. Ernle Waters wills his hot-roddlng ablllty to Nancy Fletcher.. Kathryn LaCasse wills her trusty alarm clock to Vivian Gulgere. Bob Hatch wills his weekend trips to Malne to Johnny Abbott. Betty Tlghe wills her ability to meet boys on class trlp to Bertha Wilcox. Eddie Martin wills his jitterbugging ability to Sandra Lammlnen and Ioe Lorette. Nancy Small wills her quiet manner and shyness to Dennle Shinn. Arthur Fulgonl wllls all his women to Phil Foster. Donna Starkweather wills her talent as a hillbilly to Vlrglnla Breen and Bob Lynn. Douglas Brown wflls his Red Sox banner to Gladys Stearns. Carole Nelson wills her old notes to Arthur, to Ramona Waters. Danny Mahoney wills his love for school and ability to get there early to Iune Starkweather and Patty Poisson. Harriet Iarest wills her love troubles to Dick Duggin. Gerry Gallant wills his knowledge of figures to Harvey Galloway. Kevin Fox wllls his ability to do swan dives off bureaus to any senior next year who goes on class trip. Dick McQuade and Martha McGrath will their mutual understanding to Dickie Gallant and Betty Ann Culllnan. Patty Parsons wills her ablllty to make ice cream sundaes to Edie Ayers and Ann Quigley. Carl Kellegwllls his crutch to any unfortunate basketball player who may need lt next year. I, Deanna Center, will my favorite song, 'Absence Makes The Heart Grow Ponder Of WHS' to Malcolm Shea and Ianet Clark. The 'Big Four' will their seats at Flo's Spa to Gerald Little, Bob Warren, Ioe LaCasse, and Michael Davidson. The Senlor girls will their bashfulness towards boys to the Iunlor glrls. The Senior boys will their great athletic ability andex-glrl friends to the Iunlor boys. The Senior class will their quiet and dignified manner in study halls and classes to the Iunlor class. ln Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this fourteenth day of June ln the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and flfty-slx By Deanna Center 11

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