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To our noble class advisor who has helped us on our way
We dedicate this book we write today.
He has taught us physical science, and our mathematics too
Causing many sleepless nights and days so blue.
Through the wisdom of his teaching we learned these words so well,
Huristic thinking, heliocentric longtitude.
We will always love our Johnny, the advisor of our class.
Though through these hallowed portals we must pass.
We raise our voices in praise of thee , Dear Dr. John.
In pride, in joy, in solemnity, Dear Dr. John.
Always a fighter from first to last — he'll never be forgotten
by his class.
Therefore, we write this book en masse to our Dr. John.
DR. DAYTON N. DENNETT
LILLIAN E. BOYDEN
AMES S. PIERCE
EDMUND K. LUDDY
NILA R. HARESIGN
HARRY L. CROWLEY
DR. EUGENE L. FREEL
ANDREW S. FLAGG
WALLACE H. VENABLE
DR. JOHN H. SEMON
MARGARET M. LANOUE
BERTHA L. ALLYN
Acting Senior Bookkeeper
DELIA A. LETTS
DR. HAZEL B. MILLHAM
MARTHA E. DURNIN
EDWARD F. MCFARLAND
MR. JOHN A. DURNIN
HELEN E. MALLERY
LORETTA J. LOFTUS
HELEN E. BROWN
HAROLD H. McLEAN
JOHN S. SULLIVAN
CLAIRE M. BARRY
DR. GROVER C. BOWMAN
North Adams State Teachers College President
1936 - 1954
''The passion for encouraging indivuality
aid the passion for making the standards of
education, for pupils and teachers alike not
only high but ideally lofty.' '
Miss Mary Und^rhill
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Kay Janet Andrews
''Those about her, from her, shall read the per-
fect ways of honor.''
'' There' s nothi ng like an older brother''
Femininity personified — tranquil beauty supple-
mented by a mature intellect and undeniably ra-
ti«>nal judgement — friendly, responsible, consis-
tent—scholarship of unquestionable quality — the
yearbook's guiding hand.
Irma Dolores Bosma
''I agree with no man's opinions , I have some of
my own. ' '
Resourceful, able to adapt to any variety of
situations — cautious, wary, but instantaneous in
retort in case of debate — devotee of the clinic
aiding materially and energeticaly in its con-
tinued smooth functioning.
Rosaline Rita Boyer
''High-erected thoughts seated in the heart of
cour tesy. ' '
Ronivant-fi tting seriousness but always apparent
happiness and glowing smile — the knack of making
everyone around her feel at complete ease — genuine
interest in aiding contemporaries to acheive
suitable solutions to problems — adult approach
to life's daily puzzles.
Marilyn Eddy Dunton
"I'll not be tied to hours nor pointed times
but learn my lessons as I please myself.'
Pleasantly composed and impertubable, offering
a glowing smile and kind word at the proper mo-
ment with distinct poise — deep thought climaxed
by appropriate felicity — heads the N.A. commuters
on their daily trek to classes.
''I pr'thee go, and get me some repast; I care
not what, so it be wholesome food.''
''I was thinking'' Characteristically conscien-
tous — commissar of the ''Bookstore'' active
president of the student association leading
the way in a well rounded extracurricular pro-
gram for N.A.S.T.C. — extaversion mixed with
understanding, ambition, and a heart of gold —
the guy who made the school go' round.
Carole Ann Hurley
''An tis my hope to end successfully. ' '
''Anyone for coffee'' Captivating amiability
characterized by a scintilating personality and
an appealing humility — industrious, diligent,
appreciative, understanding and perennially
seeking life' s humorous side daily chores with
a pleasant smile — deservedly presides over the
' 'He got the better of himself and that's the
best kind of victory one can wish for''
''I believe'' — N.A. 's basketball sensation — a
four year total better than 1000 points clever
versatility, subtle humor and unique social
consciousness dependability colored by a per-
petually available wealth of energy and sound
Edward John Lawton
''A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and
Congenial personality instinctive vocabulary
to match his journalistic tendencies sport
statistician ''iron man'' of basketball team
president of senior class leading with
modesty, demanding respect of fellow students
success inevitable due to his pleasing manner and
Margaret Helen McNeill
''Born with the gift of laughter and a sense
that the world is mad. ' '
''Yee-sh'' Tempered vivacity delighting in
merriment and agreeable friendship constantly
personable and lively master of the repartee —
face the future without fear and with a degree
of opt imi sm .
Regina Tanguay O'Hearn
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"Silence more musical than any song. ''
Consonant social decorum scientific thinking
and distinct proficiency in all phases of scholar-
ship willing and available in class activity —
sincere and scrupulous quiet smile Adams to
N. A. day by day.
Frances Helen Owczarski
'Ms large as life and twice as natural''
The collective virtues that make one a desirable
friend and trusted confident — broadmindedness,
tolerance, and astute comprehension of varying
situations plus conviviality and social maturity
Music Club's leader and staunchest booster.
Virginia Helen Pasternak
''The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. ''
'Want anything from the bookstore?'' — Sedate,
demure and affable unruffled by the helter-
skelter of our modern age and yet adaptable and
sincerely interested a willing worker, socially
and scholastically intellectual curiosity
the daily trip from the ''Mother Town.''
''For 'tis the mind that makes the body rich''
'I was going to say'' scholarship of pre-
ponderous portions a stream of logical and
rational dissertations on a varying assortment
of thought provoking topics a strong determi-
nation to make good to aquire a measurable
portion of knowledge commensurate with the time
and effort he has expended.
Robert Andrew Rotti
the Rote' '
''There are few things more exciting to me than
a psychological reason.''
' 'According to Freud' ' Our clinical psycholo-
gist defending his views with the vigor and
tenacity of the sabre-toothed tiger sober
seriousness pleasingly supplemented by a keen
sense of the ridiculous schol asti ca lly and
socially eager and intelligent and sincere
interest and trust in the ability of his fellow
''For she's not forward, but modest as the dove. "
' 'Oh, fudge'' congeniality with charm and grace
a conspicuous feminine lovliness unclouded and
modest intelligence to match all other attrib-
utes capable student leader of dormitory.
Little Mary' '
'You flavor everything; you are the vanilla
of society' '
'You are not a well dragon'' petite miss with
the quiet dignity that is characteristically
hers humor with an artistic subtleness
capable, persistent worker with purpose in mind
culture from the College Town.
Charlotte E. Smith
''I'll spend my time till midnight sewing red
flannel drawers for leprechauns' '
Vibrant personality mixed with a passion for
exactness compatible training and extra-cur-
ricular program thorough and precise at the
same time smiling and searching out the humor
of life's inumerable incidents kept Taconic
' 'Nothing is impossible to a willing heart''
'Tha'' deliberate but alert with an eye toward
jocularity hearty, imaginative, appropriately
moderated sobriety and cordiality integrated
fittingly to produce the well-adjusted ambassa-
dor from Southern Berkshire.
Andrews, Kay Janet 40 Elm Street, Adams
Bosma, Irma 30 Newell Street, Pittsf ield
Boyer, Rosaline 18 Richwiew Avenue, North Adams
Dunton, Marilyn E 77 Yale Street, North Adams
Helfrich, Rernard D 77 Rutler Street, Lawrence
Hurley, Carole A 27 Veazie Street, North Adams
Jarck, George 31 Dover Street, North Adams
Lawton, Edward 466 Church Street, North Adams
McNeill, Margaret H 277 Medford Street, Somerville
O'Hearn, Regina 214 North Summer Street, Adams
Owczarski, Frances H 14 Richmond Lane , Adams
Pasternak, Virginia 6 Linden Street, Adams
Righi, Angelo P 266 State street, North Adams
Rotti, Robert r2'Argyle Road, Arlington
Rugg, Constance Southf ield
Sherman, Mary 20 Moorland Street , Will iamstown
Smith, Charlotte E 53 A Lincoln Street , Hudson
Thorsell , Ruth Park Street, Stockbridge
THOSE WHO ALSO RAN
Loi s Buckley
* Shirley Hebert
Will iam McLaren
Mary K. By an
Hey there 1 Be quiet!
Do n't say anything,
Be still !
They said we were silent,
And you don't want to be the one
To disappoint them.
Why a man Why a big man even wrote an
About our being silent
Well, we might be silent,
Put at least were not
Lo s t
Oh, they have a lot of reasons
To back up their statements;
Wars, A-Bombs, H -Bombs
Ana a lot of others.
It seems that they have a point.
We've listened for four years
To that kind of talk,
And we didn' t know wh at to say
About it all.
Why, this week George is
Sailing to Europe to
He doesn't know what t
Means, but he sure is glad to get
A free trip to the Continent.
Well, frankly, I'm not too
Pessimistic about our silence.
Late at night sometimes
It all started when we were
Me asuring coffee with Eliot's Spoon
At first there was a lot of discussion
But the subject exlanded, and now
We don't let on to anyone that
Because we don't want people to be
Over calling us
Si 1 ent .
But, I'm afraid that soon
Those Whispers which started
About four years ago are going
And everyone's going to be
'■'ari 1 yn E . Dun ton
For it's a long, long, while from classes to
We had our doubts as we came along.
Oh, the years flew by though we thought they
wou 1 dn ' t ,
We dared to try what they thought we couldn' t-
Oh, the hours dwindled down, to a precious few-
We starry-eyed seniors are bidding adieu,
We starry-eyed seniors are now leaving you.
Peggy McNei 1 1
'Oh this learning, what a thing it is' 1
Many and varied experiences — learning
is active — Fruedian beliefs, Platonian Kings,
Russian Tzars — what to do — where to go — who
has money — ('who cares) — on to the Legion — hi
honey — sphinx in class — owl at night — girls
are passive, Vets are active — third grade,
fifth grade, junior high — there we were, there
we stayed and departed hence — Term papers
due — homeostasis (we didn"t have) — Scott-
Foresman, Burton, Sir Bernard — Accounts (Paid
and unpaid) — North Pond, South Pond,, frozen
lakes — winter carnival — wonderful prom — moan-
ing, groaning, laughs and silly sighs.
Gone! gone! gone! — time not we — wiser,
taller, older — we wait the senior year.
Booth, Allan W. , Jr Burgess Street, Sagamore
Bordeau, Charles R 188 Brown Street, Pittsfield
Cimonetti, Carol J 27 Washington Ave. , North Adams
Coughlin, William C 114 Corinth Street, North Adams
Damon, Joan Haydenville
DeMadonna, Joanne 188 East Main St . , North Adams
Keyes, Ruth Leyden Road, Greenfield
Kunstler, Joan 17 Lenistore Street, Roslindale
LaPlante, Frances South Vernon
Lataif, Joyce 99 Gallup Street, North Adams
Ylurley, Patricia A 13 Cypress Street , Greenfield
Lerson, Edward F 39 Maple Street, Williamstown
aadrozzi, Thomas F 42 Longview Ter. , Pittsfield
fowe, Dorothy F 70 Briggs Avenue , Pittsfield
aulnier, Wilfred G 71 Liberty Street, North Adams
;er, Joan Eagle Bridge, New York
, Ursula M 20 Forest Park Avenue, Adams
Only superlatives for the class — outstanding
leader in Mary Richards — sophomore prorn — terrific
success — many hours in sober study — spring days
on the terraces — studying Greek columns — library
hours and reference books — a wonderful mixture
of fun and success — play pushers — those artists
social gatherings at lunch — Semon sufferers —
those days yet to come.
Allen, Sylvia 8 West Street, Greenfield
Bartini , Arnold G 1 Simon Avenue, Adams
Bernard, Thomas 61 Church Street, North Adams
Cariddi, Frances 74 West Main Street, North Adams
Daikos, Dorothy 45 Templeton Street, Dorchester
Demastrie, Rosemarie 29 Leonard Street, Adams
Desnoyer, Kathleen 18 Tremont Street, North Adams
Doyle, John T 955 Massachusetts Avenue, North Adams
Dugal , Paul P , Cheshi re
Forbes, Marlene 32 Worthington Street, Pittsfield
Hall, Thomas F 70 Francis Avenue, Pittsfield
Hendrickson, Henry P 744 West Housatonic Street, Pittsfield
Meecham, Robert Florida
Mello, Edward C P.O. Box 243 Vineyard Haven
Miller, George F. Jr 18 Highland Avenue, Adams
Molloy, Alice C 16 Quincy Street, North Adams
Morelli, Donald 282 Francis Avenue, Pittsfield
Morin, Marjorie 191 Prospect Street, North Adams
Murphy, Carol 26 Hall Street, North Adams
Murphy, John Jr 42 Hudson Street, North Adams
O'Connell, Barbara 7 Myrtle Street, Greenfield
O'Leary, Katherine Taylor Street, Hinsdale
Richard, Carol J 45 South Street, Williamstown
Richards, Mary 48 Natural Bridge Road, North Adams
Rock, Donald F 55 River Street, North Adams
Rumgay, John Hodges Crossroad, Notth Adams
Ryan, John D , 26 Westminster Street, Pittsfield
Scarbeau, Barbara 47 Washington Street, North Adams
Smith, Delight 478 Church Street, North Adams
Starsiak, Kenneth 3 Siara Street Adams
Stetson, Claire Clarksburg
Tassone, Viola 29 Nelson Street, North Adams
Wheeler, Janet R 338 State Road, North Adams
Whitman, Viola M 1238 Massachusetts Avenue, North Adams
Woodlock, Carol E 75 Hastings Street, Greenfield
Welter, Eugene F 288 Elm Street, Pittsfield
September 13, 1954 first day of college
schedules — astounded when called men and women
— memorable event? begin — picnic in our honor
— acquaintance of experienced sophomores, learned
juniors, and exal ted-seniors— that day approached
— ascension of Mt. Greylock — breathless, tired —
reached summit — lovely Freshman Queen Joan Dion
— Hallowe'en near — decorate for dance — embellished
tunnel — successful dance — other activities and
studies — great life at M. A. S. T. C — swamped
the play — Cyr, Kennedy, O'Neil, Nash and Shanahan
right there — stunt night preparations — commence-
ment lookers on — first year done.
Albert, Burton Jr South Main Street, Lanesboro
Alsine. Nancy C 68Monson Road, Wilbraham
Atwood, Harrison W 288 East Main , North Adams
Bacon, Elizabeth 52 Quincy Street, North Adams
Blanchette , Donald C 7 Gavin Avenue, Adams
Bourie, George H 41 Holbrook Street, North Adams
Canedy, Hodman E 1015 State Road, North Adams
Carr, Robert J 884 East Main Street, Bolton
Cicchetti, Peter G 376 Columbia Street, Adams
Chretien, Charles 24 Forest Place, Pittsfield
Collins, Philip G Commonwealth Avenue, Hinsdale
Connerton, Ronald 18 Maple Street, Pittsfield
Cyr, Lawrence H 9 Dal ton Avenue, Pittsfield
DelDebbio, Marilyn 225 State Street, North Adams
Dion, Joan 266 Ashland Street , North Adams
Dracup, Judith E 27 Kemp Avenue, North Adams
Duquette, Denis J. ^ 18 Main Street, Dalton
Gehring, Walter R Lenox Road, Pittsfield
Goldman, Leonard 63 Blackington Street, North Adams
Haddad, Annette M 232 Springside Avenue, Pittsfield
Harrington, Robert J 37 Union Street, Pittsfield
Hogan, Viola F Knox Road, Pittsfield
Haskins, Kenneth 46 Bryant Street , North Adams
Jesperson, Elna Box 25, Mill River
Kaley, Richard 90 High Street, Dalton
Kalisz, Henry J 16 Siara Street, Adams
Koza, John 1 7 Daniels Court, Adams
Kronick, Audrey L 203 Houghton Street, North Adams
Keehner, Richard R 299 Elm Street, Pittsfield
Leab, Marjorie E Hancock
Le Moine, Carol 241 River Street, North Adams
Lobdell, Brian Berkshire Farm, Cannon, New York
Mac Iver, John A P.O. Box 44, Monterey
Maguire, Miriam M 13 Church Street, Glouster
Maroni, James 205 East Quincy Street, North Adams
Miles, John 55 East Street, Adams
Morrissey, George 328 Onata Street, Pittsfield
Murphy John E 310 Union Street, North Adams
Murray, Alan 11 Holbrook Street, North Adams
Murray Susan J Middleton Hill Road, Rowe
Nardacci, Alexander 200 Fenn Street, Pittsfield
Nash, Paul J 32 Westminster Street, Pittsfield
O'Neil, Joseph M 76 Map lewood Avenue, Pittsfield
Richmond, Elaine 15 Maple Street , Williamstown
Sacco, Ronald 23 Veazie Street, North Adams
Shanahan, John Main Street , Lanesboro
Shaw, Jean 1 Kingmont Street, Greenwood
Shepard, Jean M Mountain view Avenue, Williamstown
Sroczyk, Helen North Road, Chesterfield
St. Cyr, Emery A 16 No. Holden Street, North Adams
Sweet, Shirley Oblong Road, Wi lliamstown
Tyler, Man ley A. Jr 29 Wood St. , North Adams
Wary, Loretta 16 Essex St. , Pittsfield
Wolfson, Beverly M 81 E. Housatonic St. , Pittsfield
Stomski, Richard 167 First Street, Pittsfield
Reynolds, Henry 116 East Main Street, North Adams
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1 1 '
With the athletic program at North Adams comparatively limited, it has
been an unavoidable necessity to put all our eggs in one basket, figurative-
ly speaking, and devote our energies to supporting our one intercollegiate
athletic activity, basketball.
Basketball at North Adams still in comparative infancy since it dates
back only to 1945, has had its feast and famine since that year. Actually,
in our four years on the hill it has been a case of playing to keep the
sport alive and pointing toward the day when our college will increase in
size and have a larger pool of athletes from which to draw.
With limited manpower, and playing our annual schedule against schools
four, five and six times our size, it has been a rocky four years but not
one tinged with shame by any means. For it has been a happy faculty of the
' 'Prof s' ' to give every team they've met a good run for their money. With a
few exceptions, no team has walked off without knowing they've been in a
A bright spot in our four year term of service was the 1952-53 team,
which had a creditable season and was able to win ten of its games.
Four-year members of the team are co-captains George Jarck and Edward
Lawton and senior letterman Red Helfrich. Jarck and Helfrich played from '51
thru '55, while Lawton entered in '49, played on North Adam's only New Eng-
land Conference Champions that year, played thru '51, then after two years in
the service, returned to play from '53 thru '55.
The outstanding achievement during the four year period was the scoring
record of better than 1000 points over that time set by George Jarck who
proved to be one of the better players in the New England Conference and a
figure who will last long in the athletic annals of N.A.S.T.C.
As athletics have become an integral part of the collegiate programs
throughout the nation, it is the sincere wish of the graduation class that
basketball and possibly other athletics will grow and thrive commensurately
with the planned expansion in the future of our school.
GEORGE JARCK (GD-CAPTAIN)
EDWARD LAWTON (CO-CAPTAIN)
Leaders all — Mr. Pierce's
problem makers — and solvers
— midnight meetings — Who's
Who well represented —
budget to break even in
June — Student Council Con-
ference here this year —
prestige makers — success-
ful year — Ames S.. ^ Pierce,
advisor — Bernard Helfrich,
Guiding light of the dorm
girls — old rules enforced
with constant improvement
— hilarious Hallowe'en and
Christmas parties — the
annual Dorm Formal with
the gracious hostessing of
president Connie Rugg-
and House Mother Delia
Lu t z .
A social and athletic group-square dance, basketball, volley ball, swimming,,
games carnival, overnight hikes, Mt. Greylock — W. A. A. conference at Fram-
ingham State Teachers — recreation, sportsmanship, teamwork — under the direc-
tion of Miss Haresign, faculty advisor — Joan Damon, president.
WOMEN ' S
Supporters of ping pong ball manufactures — dance fiends — debaters during
lunch — the card gang — rousers of school spirit — staunch defenders of the
school's honor — ping pong champions of the universe — Tom Hall , president.
Monday night soirees —
charades — coffee round the
dining room table — so few
members until the mid-year
harvest — that long defferred
trip — the banquet — the
grand finale — advised by
Miss Underbill and Mr. Luddy
— led by Carole Hurley.
In all probability this is
a science club — sponsor of
the science fair — popular
mechanics — Semon's Shiver-
ing saints — run-away
drills and mongolian huts
— the assembly line that
built the dome of the
universe — every Tom, Dick
and Harry is named John —
you'll get a charge out
of their magnetic person-
ality — Dr. John and John
Murphy head this club.
Rapidly becoming a center for intellectual activity — sponsorship of
famous lectures in all fields — school assemblies — slides and films —
discussions and debates — trips — dances and socials — advised by Ames S.
Pierce — club president Robert Rotti.
Our roving reporters — the gifted gabbers with keyhole eyes — oodles of
gossip, but little news — widespread campus coverage — William Coughlin
and Thomas Quadrozzi, co-editors — Miss Lanoue, advisor.
Did you bring your bottles
back?. . .Those little four-
somes for bridge. .. one
o'clock invasion by the
men... daily greetings from
Mr. Willis. .. lost ashtrays
Gaslamps to see by. . .Miss
Heresign, advisor; Marilyn
Industrious and varied. . .
that annual play profit. . .
riders of the ' 'Ghost
Train' "... anything from
Oliviers to stage hands...
movies and skits. . .Broad-
way in the Berkshires. ..
Dr. Dennet, advisor; Arnold
Part of national organ-
ization — perpetual drive
for added membership —
study of religious liter-
ature — talks by members of
clergy — instruction and
guidance — Christmas gifts
— annual communion break-
fast — a fun-filled St.
Patrick's Day dance —
faculty advisor, Mr. Luddy
— club president, Edward
La w t o n .
Devoted to understanding
other religions — meetings
composed of discussions
on religious and secular
topics — organizers of
annual Christmas caroling
— guided by Dr. Victor B.
Chicoine and faculty ad-
visor Dr. Harry L. Crow-
ley — club president George
Mi 1 1 e r .
SENIOR B A I
C. Smi th
M. . Dun ton
K. . Andrews
M. . Sherman
1. R. O'Hearn
2. B. Rotti
3. C. Rugg
4. R. Boyer
5. F. . Lawton
6. B. Helfrich
Kay Janet Andrews
Class Officers Secretary 1, President 2; Cheer-
leader 1,2,3,4; Christian Association 4; Com-
muters' Club 1,2,3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 2;
S.T.C.S.G.A. Co-Chairman 4; Drama Club 'The
Ghost Train'' 4; Honor Society 2, Secretary
Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Music Club ''A
Christmas Carol'' 1; Student Council 2, Ass' t Trea
surer 3, Treasurer 4; W.A.A. 1; Who's Who 4;
Yearbook Co-Editor 4; May Day Queen's Court 1;
Winter Carnival Queen's Court 3.
Carol'' 1; Newman Clun 2,3; Taconic Columns 3
W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4.
Irma Dolores Bosnia
Christian Association 2,3,4; Current Events Clubl;
Dorm Council Class Hepresentati ve 2; Drama Club 1,
2; Music Club ''Mikado'' 2; Student Council 3;
Taconic Columns 1,2, Co-Editor 3; W.A.A. 1,2;
Yearbook 4; Math Club 1.
Rosaline Rita Boyer
Commu te rs ' s Club 1,2,3,4; Drams Club 1,2,3; Newman
Club 1,2,3; Yearbook 4; May Day Queen's Coilrt 2.
Marilyn Eddy Dunton
Class Officer Vice President 3; Commuters' Club
1,2,3; President 4; Drams Club 1; Glee Club 1;
Student Council 4; Yearbook 4; Science Club 3.
Bernard P. He If rich
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Officers President 1,3,
S.T.C.S.G.C. Co-Chairman 4; Current Events Club
3,4; M.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Student
Council 1; Vice President 3, President 4; Taconic
Columns 2,3,4; Who's Who 4; Yearbook 4; Rookstore
Ass' t Manager 3, Manager 4.
Carole Ann Hurley
Class Officer Treasurer 1,2,3,4; Commuters' Club
1,2,4; Vice President 3; S.T.S.G.C. Secretary 4;
Current Events Club 4; Drama Club 4; Honor Society
2,3; President 4; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; W.A.A. 123 ;
Who's Who 4; May Day Court Page 3.
Basketball 1,2,3, Co*-Captain 4; Yearbook Business
Edward lohn Lawtor.
Basketball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Class Officer
President 4 Current Events Club 3; Freshman Repre-
sentative; M.A.A. 1; Newman Club 1,2,3, President
4; Student Council 4; Taconic Columns 3,4; Year-
book 4; Baseball 2 (1951).
Margaret Helen McNeill
Current Events Club 4; Class Representative Dorm
Council 3,4; Drams Club 2; Music Club ' 'A Christmas
Regina Tanguay O'Heam
Commuters' Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Music Club
''Mikado'' 2, ''A Christmas Carol '' 1; Newman
Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4.
Frances Helen Owczarski
Class Officer Vice President 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4;
Commuters' Club 1,2,3,4; Swampscott Conference 4;
S.T.C.G.C. 4; Music Club 1,2, President 3,4,
''Mikado'' 2, ''Patience'' 3, "A Christmas Carol'
1; Newman Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4;
Taconic Colurpns 3; Yearbook 4.
Virginia Helen Pasternak
Commuters' Club 1,2,3,4; Drams Club 2; Glee Club
1,2; Music Club 3,4, ''A Christmas Carol'' 1;
Newman Club 2,3,4; W.A.A. 1,3; Yearbook 4; May
Day Queen's Court Page 3.
Class Officer President 2; Honor Society 2,3,4;
Robert Andrew Rotti
Basketball 1; New York Coreference 4; Current
Events Club 1,3, Secretary Treasurer 2, President
4; M.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 2,3, Vice Presi-
dent 4;. Taconic Columns 2,3; Yearbook 4.
Class Officer Secretary 3; Christian Association
2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Dorm Council President 4 ;
Drama Club 1; Glee Club 1; Student Council 4 ;
W.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Who's Whd 4; Yearbook 4; Freshman
Commuters' Club 1,2,3,4; Taconic Colurjins
Yearbook 4; May Day Queen's Court Page 1.
Class Officer Vice President 4; Christian Associ-
Ation 2,4; Dorm Council Vice President 3; Drama
Club 1,2; Ass't Librarian 1,2,3,4; Music Club
''Mikado" 2; Taconic Columns 1,2,4, Co-£ditor 3;
W.A.A. 1, Secretary Treasurer 2, Confesence Dele-
gate 2,3, Vice President 4; Yearbook Co-Editor 4
May Day Qjeen's Court 3.
Christian Association 3; Drama Club 2, Treasurer
3, ''Dangerous Comer 3; Yearbook 3.
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Good Luck to the Class of 1955
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