Abington High School - Abhis Yearbook (Abington, MA)

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Dedication Dedicated to the man with the ready smile and the helping hand, who patrols the cafeteria with unyielding vigilance, and who peruses the basements for "school- time” smokers. This man is Mr. John Myers who as vice principal has led us from our first day as freshmen to our last day as seniors. It is, then, you Mr. Myers to whom we dedicate the 1967 "Green Years” and say "thanks” for your hard work and patience. 2 The Class of 1967 Table Of Contents Year Id©«1 Staff ) i Administration ] Faculty ) j] Seniors T ) tiass hcfWiiits ) i underclassmen J i SPORTS ! ) Organizations j ii " u " Adve rti semtsEditor’s Message—The years after graduation will be the most important ones of our lives. We must set our goals care- fully and then strive to attain them. In order to make our youthful dreams become reality, we must work. Our quest to fulfill these dreams will be difficult, but not impossible. Maturity and flexibility are the primary elements which will determine our success or failure. The world is ever-chang- ing, and, in order to succeed, we must have the maturity to face it without qualms and the flexibility to change with it. If we hesitate or become complacent, our dreams will shatter, and we will be heard vainly echoing regret that "It might have been!” 1 9 6 7 E d i t o r s Bruce Hermanson Editor-in-Chief SALES Kevin McCarthy Cathy Verity 4 Pamela Barrows This page is sponsored by RIPS INC. Lesley PinelYearbook SEATED: Jeanne Hammond, Judith Pepe, Nancy Stocker, Susan Win- ders, Donna McLaughlin. STANDING: Rea Harkins, June Orlosky, Joseph Gutowski, George Harrington. Pamela Brown, Donna Fozzy, Ralph Manning, Edward Fogarty, Mary- ruth Coleman, Patricia Funder, Frederick Corliss. SEATED: Marie Snaith, Linda Hansen, Louise French, Kevin Weir. STANDING: Kevin McCarthy, Cathy Verity. SEATED: Linda Paquette, Michelle Lotti, Bonita Burns, Sheila Mouzer. STANDING: Marianne Driscol, Susan Banks, Kathy Roberts, Joyce Dauksevich. SEATED: Edward Simmons, Anne Stuart, Constance Roulier, Rosemary Lcmay. STANDING: Edwin Cook, Gary Skillings. SEATED: Elizabeth Winders, Pamela Barrows, Lesley Pinel. STAND- ING: Grethel Morgan, Virginia Slonina, Robyn Barteaux, Anne Craig. Staff 5MR. john McGovern Superintendent MR. LEONARD PALOPOLI Assistant Superintendent Administration MR. JOHN MURRAY Principal MRS. DONOVAN, MR. LYNCH, MISS BAEHR Guidance MR. JOHN MYERS Assistant PrincipalENGLISH SEATED: Mrs. Dragonas, Mrs. Trask-Head of English Dept., Miss Bartlett. STANDING: Mrs. Kelley, Miss Hawkins, Mr. Robinson, Miss Gearin. SCIENCE Mr. Campbell, Miss Goldsberry, Mr. Trimble, Mr. Gregory-Head of Science Dept., Mr. Crahan, Miss Glinski, Mr. Naks. FacultyFOREIGN LANGUAGES Mrs. Barnett, Mrs. Rosen-Head of Language Dept., Miss Milan, Mr. Medaglia. MATHEMATICS SEATED: Mrs. Connors, Mr. Dennis-Head of Math Dept., Mrs. Johnstone. STANDING: Mr. Trimble, Mr. Paster.HISTORY SEATED: Miss DeYoung, Mr. Divoll—Head of History Dept. STANDING: Mr. Byron, Mr. O’Donnell, Mr. Smith, Mr. Corcoran. ARTS SEATED: Mrs. Dunbar, Miss Frame, Mrs. Litzen, Mrs. Philbrick. STANDING: Mr. Paolini, Mr. Gervais.COMMERCIAL Miss Murphy, Mr. Doane, Miss Carsley, Mrs. Ferguson, and Mrs. Robinson Mr. Tyni ATHLETIC DIRECTOR MUSIC Mrs. Jarvis and Mr. Smith ET CETERA Mr. ReillyMrs. Lind—Secretary Mrs. Leonard—Secretary CUSTODIANS Mr. Doughty, Mr. Rushwick, Mr. Kelliher, Mr. Shanahan, Mr. Potter. Friends On The Staff Mrs. Buckley—School Nurse CAFETERIA WORKERS Miss Niedswicki, Mrs. Porebski, Mrs. Gardiner, Mrs. Shanahan, Mrs. Hickey. I IBooks: the Steps Qu'est—Ce que c’est Mrs. Rosen ?to Greatness.Principal’s Message Members of the Class of 1967: Congratulations to the "Great” class of '67. Enonnous energy has been spent by some members of this class convincing the faculty and the student body the "great” and ”67” are synonymous. Dreamers! Some have been "chasing rainbows” erroneously assuming "greatness” is a cloak, easily purchased, that will hide glaring defects and immature antics. Attracting attention will not necessarily enhance one’s reputation. Rare is the individual who achieves real greatness within his own lifetime. But some, including members of the Class of "67”, earn respect and admiration for their noteworthy contributions. The Class of '67 has some fine students, some outstanding athletes, some excellent leaders of school clubs and organizations, and some who have contributed unselfishly to community projects and services. Greatness? No, but accomplishments that can be reviewed with pride. Congratulations to the Class of 1967 and may each member strive for greatness in its fullest, richest meaning. 14 Sincerely, John A. Murray PrincipalOFFICERS President Fred Corliss Vice-President Bob DonovanWILLIAM JOHN AHEARN "Bill" 88 Summer Street "A man shows his spirit by few words and resolute actions." Football 1, 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL AUSTIN "Mike" 4 Sylvan Court "Never doubt yourself." Marine Biology; Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM SHERIDAN ANDERSON "Army" 392 Lincoln Street "Riding cool and riding tall, Oh, Bill you’re really having a ball.” Chess Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Volleyball 2, 3 V BEVERLY ANDERSON "Bev" 415 High Street "Who rides a tiger cannot dismount." French Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts and Music 2, 3; Rally Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Library Club—Secre- tary 3; Sophomore Hop Committee 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Co-ed Volley Ball ROBERT ALBERT BABCOCK "Bob" 159 Milf Street "Steadfast and sound with his feet on the ground." Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 3, 4 Sponsore b M n MR ERI ANDERSON ILSUSAN LEE BANKS "Banksie" 47 Davis Street "Ay, Every inch a queen." F.S.A. 3, 4; School Newspaper 2; Hon- or Society 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Yearbook Co-Editor; Basketball 1. MICHAEL PHILLIP BARRY "Blow Torch" 48 Olson Street "Men, like retro-rockets, go farthest when they’re hottest." Art Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym leader 4 PAMELA ANN BARROWS "Pam" 26 Wales Street "An artist’s mind is full of paint." Art Club 1; Yearbook Staff—Art Co- Editor; ROBYN MARIE BARTEAU "Rob- 366 Ashlan Street "Born for success—with the grace and personality to achieve it." VIRGINIA MARIE BEAN "Ginneh" 235 Park Avenue "More popularity and personality per pound." Class Office-Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Drill Team 4; French Circle 1, 2, 3 ,4; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 1, 2; F.S.A. 4; Homeroom treas. library assistant 2, 3; Rally comm. 3, 4; Year- book staff, Advertising comm. 17DIANE BEAUCHESNE • Diane" 41 Park Avenue "Courteous and kind, this lady you will find.” Art Club 1; Chorus 3; F.T.A. 4; F.S.A. 4; Library assistant 3, 4; Library club 3,4 VIRGINIA RUTH BENJAMIN •’Bcnji” 590 Adams Street "Always willing to lend a helping • hand.” Art Club; F.S.A. 3, 4 IDA C. BENOIT ‘ Moose” 9 Cherry Street "She's active in a quiet way.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; F.S.A. 3, 4; school magazine MARCIA ELAINE BERRY "Marsh” 351 Ashland Street "As well be out of the world as out of fashion.” F.S.A. 3, 4; Gym Club 2; Cafeteria worker 3, 4 MARYANN BELAND "Mar-eh Ann-eh” 56 Rockland Street "Rare is the union of beauty and modes- ty” Drill Team 3, 4; F.S.A. 3, 4—Pres. 4, V. Pres. 3 Home Room Treas. 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Rally committee 3; Girls Dean council 1, 2; Soph. Hop committee.THOMAS BERRY ‘Tee Bee” 60 Wyman Road "A peacock shows his colorful feathers.” Art Club 1; Marine Biology 1; Football 1; Tennis 3; Gym Club 4 JUDY ANN BRAGG "Jud” 151 Bedford Street "A heart of gold, a head of red.” F.N.A. 4; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4 SHARON BRADFORD "Shar” 254 Plymouth Street "She says what is necessary—no more, no less.” Leaders Club 2, 3, 4 Gym Club 2 NANCY BISHOP "Maniac” 29 Laurie Avenue "Oh!—how she drives.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed Volleyball. PAMELA ANNE BROWN "Pam” 80 Nash Memorial Drive "Vivacity and Agility, determine her ability.” Homeroom Treasurer 1; Leaders Club 3, 4; Library assistant 1, 2, 3, 4—Pres. Yearbook Literary Staff; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4 mgr Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4— co-capt. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 2, 3, 4 A.C.S.F. 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 |9 BONITA BURNS •‘Bonnie' 59 Harriss Court "Zealous yet modest." F.N.A. 3; F.S.A. 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Jr. Prom committee PATRICIA ANN BUGDEN "Patty" 147 Green Street Tf you don't say anything, you won't be called upon to repeat it." F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1 KATHRYN ELIZABETH CALDERARA "Kitty" 30 Highland St. "The victory of success is half won when one acquires the habit of work” Drill Team 3, 4—co-captain; French Circle 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4—Treasurer Home Room Secretary 4; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3 JOAN MARY BURKE "Joan" 1142 Bedford Street "Beauty is a good letter of introduc- tion." Drill Team 2, 3; F.N.A. 2; F.T.A. 2, 4; Library Assistant—President 3; Rally Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee School Magazine 4; JOSEPH MICHAEL CAPLICE "Cappy" 46 Lantern Lane "The superior man is firm in the right way, and not merely firm." Chess Club 2; Class Officer—President 2; F.N.A. 2; Home Room President 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Bas- ketball 2 20SUSAN LOUISE CARRIER "Sue" 24 Harriet Road "Her silence is a silvery coating to her worth." OVILA ARTHUR CASE "Ollie” 883 Bedford Street "No mind is thoroughly well organized that is deficient in wit." Chess Club 1, 2; Rally Committee 3; Marine Biology 3; School Magazine 3 SUSAN MARIE CHANDLER "Sue" 260 Walnut Street "The way out of mischief is never as simple as the way in." Art Club 2; F.N.A. 1, 2; F.S.A. 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 1; Leaders Club 3, 4; Rally Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3, Intramurals 1, 2 SANDRA CLARK "Sandie” 303 Hancock Street "She's quiet now, but when the time comes—wow!" Art Club 1; F.N.A. 3; Library Assist- ant 2; STEPHANIE FRANCES COLE "Stef" 108 Adams Street "At the Last Judgement she will com- mand the world with her trumpet." Band 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Home-Room President 2; Jr. Prom Com- mittee 21MARYRUTH KATHLEEN COLEMAN •oj- 612 Randolph Street "Idealism is her code—Sincerity is her mode." Chorus 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; School Newspaper 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 2; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Jr. Prom Commit- tee 3; School Magazine 3, 4; History and Philosophy Club 2; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 4 HARRY MUNROE CONOVER "Harry" 108 Summit Road "Happy is the man who knows no wor- ry—Harry, are you Happy?" Marine Biology; Baseball 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4 SHEILA MARY CONNOR "She" 20 West Chapel Street "Be not afraid to say what you are not ashamed to think." Art Club 1; Future Secretaries 3, 4; Rally Committee 2; Jr. Prom Committee EDWIN MICHAEL COOK "Cookie- 28 Clark Street "Good will is the mightiest force in the world." Baseball 1, 2 FREDERICK LOVELL CORLISS "Bo- 72 Mill Street "The soul of wit behind a shield of leadership.” Class President 2, 3, 4; French Circle 4; Home Room Treasurer 1; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Marine Biology 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, Modern Math Club 2; Science Club 4; A.C.S.F. 4 22ROBERT JOSEPH COTTER "Bobby” 79 Rockland Street "The trouble with mixing business with pleasure is that pleasure always comes out on top.” Chess Club 1; Marine Biology 1 STUART JOHN COUGHLIN "J.C.” 35 Brighton Street "I agree with no man’s opinion, I have my own. School Newspaper 1; Marine Biology 1, 2, 3; ANNE ELIZABETH CRAIG "Anne" 605 Summer Street "Do your best and leave the rest.” Art Club 1; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Library As- sistant 3; Yearbook Staff 4; i J JOHN ANDREW CULLEN "J.C.” 1164 Washington Street "During high school years one must be gay; it is a duty.” Art Club 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; Marine Biology 2, 3; Baseball 3, 4 SUSAN CUMMINGS "Sue- 153 Randolph Street "The answer to every problem is a man.” French Circle 2; F.T.A. 2; Library Assistant 3 Sponsored by MR. and MRS. ROBERT CRAIG 23t , : I.. . ■ MARGARET ROSE CUNNINGHAM "Peggy” 39 Wyman Road "The woman who will enjoy a quiet conscience must lead a quiet life.” F.N.A. 2; Library Assistant 3 WILLIAM GEORGE DAHLQUIST "B-B-B-BiU” 206 Adams Street "W-w-v?-wine, women and song.” Chess Club 1, 2; Rally Committee 3; Marine Biology Wi CHERYL ANN CUSHING "Cush” 54 Jamieson Street "Judge yourself by the friends you make.” AILEEN RITA DALTON "Woolie” 46 King Street "No woman is exempt from saying silly things, the mischief is to say them de- liberately.” Art Club 1; F.S.A. 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3 JOYCE ANN DAUKSEVICH "Joy” 37 West Street "Manners are the shadows of virtue.” F.S.A. 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; School Magazine 3 24I PATRICIA A. DAVEY "Pat" 35 Doris Drive "Her stride is firm, her music bold" Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; School Newspaper 1; Leaders Club 3, 4; Fine Arts and Music 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Track 1, 2; Semsba Band 1, 2, 3, 4; District Band 1, 2 JOHN THOMAS DEEHAN "Jack" 251 Colonel Hunt Drive "Go ahead. I’m right behind you." Chess club 2, F.N.A. 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1 KEVIN JOSEPH DEVEREUX "Kev" 267 Spruce Street "When you are good to others, you are good to yourself." Marine Biology 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 ROBERT I. DONOVAN "Ab” 208 Summit Road "We can’t all be normal.” Class Vice-President 3, 4; Home Room Officer 2, 3; Marine Biology 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; SHARON ANNE DONOVAN "Droop” 249 Spruce Street "Sincerity brings popularity and lasting friendship." Drill Team 3, 4; French Circle—2, 3, 4—treasurer; F.S.A. 4; Rally Commit- tee 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Intramu- rals 2, 3, 4; Co-Ed Volleyball 25EDWARD ALEXANDER DOUGLAS "Scotty" 691 Randolph Street "The modern dancer has developed in leaps and bounds." Jr. Prom Committee RANDALL JOSEPH DUNN "Randy” 12 Central Street "Honor the man who is faithful to his duty.” MICHAEL ALTON DUNN "Mike” 12 Central Street "He that can work will be master of his trade.” MARIANNE MARGARET DRISCOL "Marianne” 87 Summer Street "She that knows when to speak, knows when to be silent.” F.T.A. 2; F.S.A. 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; —At Mater Dei Academy—Health Club 1; Sunshine Club 1; Chorus 1; CHARLENE RUTH ELDRIDGE "Cherry e” 665 Adams Street "Wild as the wind—and freer" Cheerleader 2, 4; F.S.A. 3, 4; Leaders Club 3; Rally Committee 2, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Deans Council 1; Intra- murals—Volleyball 26GEORGE THOMAS ERWIN "George” 28 Sylvan Court "Luck is the lazy man’s estimate of a fighter’s success.” Honor Society 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN FRANCIS FARLEY "Steve” 178 Centre Avenue "We should live and learn but by the time we've learned, it’s too late to live.” Home Room Officer—Pres. 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Com- mittee EDWARD BRIAN FOGARTY "Foge” 52 Bedford Street "A respected individual sparked by hu- mor.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Circle 4; Schools Newspaper 3, 4; Home Room President 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; Yearbook editor; School Magazine 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; History and Phil. 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Semsba 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 2; Music Theory 4; De- bating Club 2; Visual Aids 4; ACSF 3, 4 JUDITH ANN FARRELL "Judy" 22 Greenwood Street "The better part of one’s life consists of her friendships.” French Circle 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Volleyball intramurals LYNNE CAROL FONTAINE "Lynnie Pooh" 64 Bellows Circle "The grace of feminity, blessed with per- sonality and charm.” F.S.A. 3, 4; Homeroom Pres 1; treas- urer 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; 27DONNA MARIE FOOTIT "Foot” 62 Hamilton Street '‘You’ll never lose friends with a smile.” Drill Team 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; F.S.A. 4; Home Room Officer 1; Student Council 3; School Nfhgazine 2; Basket- ball Intramurals 2; EDWARD HENRY FOWLER "Ed” 874 Bedford Street "By Jiminey, I don't worry about any- thing.” SUSAN ELAINE FORRESTER "Forrie” 59 Isabelle Street "Darers go first.” French Circle 2; F.T.A. 3; F.S.A. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; DONNALEE ANN FOZZY "Donna” 860 Brockton Avenue "Frankly Witty, gay and pretty.” Art Club 2, 3; F.S.A. 3, 4; School Newspaper 2; Rally Committee 4; Year- book Staff 4; Jr. Prom Committee PAUL GERARD FRANEY "Paul” 95 Plymouth Street "Life begins at 2:15." 28LOUISE ELIZABETH FRENCH "Weeze” 26 West Chapel Street ’’Her smile is a gift among women." Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; Yearbook Staff; Co- ed volleyball 4; SEMSBA 1, 2; District 2; PATRICIA LYNNE FUNDER "Panda" 15 Pattison St. "Happiness is a finger in every pie." Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Circle 2, 3, V.P. 4; F.T.A. 2, Pres. 3, Exec. Comm. 4; Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Hon- or Society 2, 3, Sec. 4 Leaders Club 2, V.P. 3; Pres. 4; Rally Committee 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, Co-Capt 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-ed volleyball 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Dean Council 1, 2, ACSF 3; SEMSBA 1, 2; District Band 3 MARGARET ALICE GANNON "Marg” 993 Washington Street "This will suffice, she's friendly and nice." Drill Team 3, 4; French Circle 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4—Board of Directors; Leaders Club 3; Intramurals 2, 3 RONDALD EDWARD FUSCO "Sun God” 501 Randolph Street "I’m always at a loss to know how much to believe of my own stories." Band 1, 2, 3; Marine Biology 2; School Magazine 4; Radio Club 2, 3 GAIL MARIE GAULEY "Gay" 197 Ashland Street "Vivacious, blond, and gay, In a truly winning way." F.S.A. 3, 4; Sponsored by RUSSELL E. GAULEY Contractor 29BARRY FRANCIS GAYNOR "Ba" 145 Randolph Street "His looks attract the ladies." Chorus 1, 2; Homeroom officer 4; Foot- ball 1; Basketball 3 PAUL JOHN GLINIEWICZ "Mon- ster" 267 North Avenue "Absolutely nothing perturbs me." I JOHN DAVID GILLIS "Bossy" 204 Central Street "Independence is a priceless possession." Band 1, 2; Track 1 MERRILLEE FRANCES GNONG "Mimi” 128 Bedford Street "She lives her life as her name, Mer- rillee." DENNIS J. GOLDIE "Denny- 30 Oakland Circle "Enjoy life." School Magazine 30BETSEY JEANNE GOULD "Betts" 391 Adams Street "The stately beauty in the manner of a lady." Drill Team 3; Dramatic Club 1; Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3; Fine Arts and Music 2, 3; Rally Committee 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Library Club 3; Sophomore Hop Committee 2; Basketball intramu- rals 2; Co-ed Volleyball intramurals. MICHAEL IRVING GRILLO "Lurch" 28 Savine Street "His popularity is well deserved." Rally Committee 4; Marine Biology 4 ROBERT VINCENT GRIFFIN "Griff- 25 Pattison Street "Milks life to the greatest extent." JOSEPH ADOLPH GUTOWSKI "Big G" 67 West Street "I have never seen or heard anything serious that was not ridiculqus." Dramatic Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2 ROBERT RAYMOND HALL "Hawk- 10 Bank Street "He spends his life not wisely but well." Dramatic Club 4; F.T.A. 4 Baseball 1, 4 Sponsored by GOULD ELECTRIC SERVICE 31JEANNE HAMMOND "Jeanne” 55 Olson Street "Wildcat on the road” F.T.A. 2, 3; Future Secretaries of Am. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 JEAN T. HANRAHAN "Jeannie” 70 Pine Street "A pretty face disguises a joker’s heart” Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Future Secretaries of Am. 3, 4; Homeroom treas. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee i • LINDA LOUISE HANSEN "Linda” 570 Adams Street "Green and white, fight, fight!” F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; School Newspaper 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Library Club 3; Cafeteria worker GAIL MARIE HANSON "Gail” 220 Randolph Street "It takes willpower to be silent” French Circle 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; future Secretaries of Am. 4; Jr. Prom Committee; Basketball 3; Co-ed Volley- ball 2, 3, 4 GEORGE JOSEPH HARKINS "George” 4 East Street "The simplest words express the great est ideas.” 32REA VROOM HARKINS "Re-Ah” 4 East Street "A gentleman who knows the value of truth.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff WILLIAM MICHAEL HASTINGS •'Bill” 137 Hjelm Street "His humor is like a martini—dry yet powerful.” Baseball 3 ARTHUR C. HEMMINGS “Martha” 1307 Washington Street “Walk tall, talk wise.” Art Club 3; Chess Club 3; Jr. Prom Committee; School Magazine 4; Radio Club 3 GEORGE HARRINGTON "Wool” 81 West Chapel Street "Ambition is the first rung in the ladder to success,” Home Room treas. 2; Marine Biology 2, Pres. 3; Yearbook Staff; Track 2, 3; Winter track 2; Boys Gym Club BRUCE HERMANSON "Beecie" 4 Plain Street "Success in every endeavor—Sure to suc- ceed forever.” French Circle 3, 4 Pres.; Home Room officer 1, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Vice- Pres.; Student Council 3, 4; Yearbook Editor-in-Chief; Football 1, 2, 3, 4—Co- Capt. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3; A.C.S.F. 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Visual Aid 4; Boys Gym Club 4 33LOIS ANN JOHNSON—• Lois'' 34 Orange Street "She speaks clearly with a polite in- tent.” F.S.A. 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4 RICHARD W. KATES "Dick” 563 Hancock Street ”The joker is wild.” Chorus 2; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Cross Country 2; Track 3, 5 GEORGE GRANT JORDAN "Chris Columbus” 237 Bedford Street "His good looks have made him a ladies' man." KATHLEEN MARY KEELEY "Kathy” 21 Temple Street "There's a time to be quiet, and a time to swing.” F.S.A. 3, 4 PAUL FRANCIS KELLIHER "P.K.” 76 East Street "Versatility exemplified by athletic skill and good nature.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4 34DIANE MARIE KIPFINGER "Di" 93 Wyman Rd. "Easily amused and very amusing” , French Circle 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; F.S.A. 4; Rally Committee 4; Intermural Vol- leyball, 3 basketball 4 JANICE ELAINE KOPP "Jan- 18 Melvern Rd. "Activity brings contentment" RICHARD STEPHEN KUUSELA "Milton” 551 Randolph St. "The Good Hood- Chess Club 1; Chorus 1; Class Pres. 1; Home Room V.P. 1 35JOHN JOSEPH LEAHY 'Tweet" 25 Crossley St. "WTnsome—Tweet School Magazine 4. ROSEMARY CHRISTINE LEMAY "Rosie” 417 Randolph St. "Cute looks and long locks" Chorus 1, 2; French Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3; Library Assistant 3; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Rally Committee 1, 4; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Yearbook staff; Jr. Prom committee RICHARD STEPHEN LITTLE "Rich" 60 Summer St. "An intelligent mind eloquently expres- sive" A.C.S.F. 3, 4 36 BRIAN RICHARD LEARY "Dumps" 1139 Washington St. "Jolly good fellow, friendly and mel- low" Football 1, 3 KENNETH WAYNE LLOYD "Huey" 70 Bates St. "A good mind and a good nature are rarely found together" Honor Society 2, 3GEOFFREY MARK LOOMIS "Jeff" 34 Crossely St. "An easy-going pal, well liked by all" Class Office 1 v.p.; Jr. Prom committee Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH LOTTI "Mike" 347 Plymouth St. "He strikes out batters but he will never strike out with friends" Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 CYNTHIA ELAINE LOUD "Cin" 15 Chestnut St. "The scream heard 'round the world" Art club 2; Drill team 3, 4; F. Sec. Am. 3, 4; Leaders Club 3; Library Assistant 2, 3; Rally committee 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee Baseball 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4 MICHELLE MARIE LOTTI 347 Plymouth St. "Anyone who dislikes Michele doesn’t know her” Future Sec. of Am. 3, 4 treasurer; Home room officer treas. 3, 4; Leaders club 3; Majorette 2, 3, 4 capt. Year- book staff sec. staff; Jr. Prom Committee Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 FRANCES LUCILLE LOWE "Fran" 23 Harriet Rd. "Good nature—The noble nature" Art Club 2, 3; F.S.A. 3, 4 Library Assistant 2, 3 37RICHARD BRUCE LYONS •Ricky 693 Washington Street "I’m no fool; I never lose my cool.” Band 1, 2; Chess Club 1; Home Room Officer 1; Jr. Prom Comm. ROBERT F. MANLEY ’ Bob” 182 Wyman Road "Always neat, always tidy.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 RALPH WALKER MANNING "Gnk” 103 Orange Street "Intelligent men are not without wit.” French Circle; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; Yearbook Staff 4; School Magazine 4; Football 1; Track 3; Hist, and Phil, club 3; Science Club KEVIN RYAN McCARTHY "Mac” 69 Orange Street "A flambuoyant Irishman full of blar- ney.” Chess Club 1; Dramatic Club; French Circle 4; School Newspaper 3, 4; H.R. Pres. 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4—Pres; Student Council— 4 Pres; Yearbook Editor; Jr. Prom Comm; School Magazine 3, 4; ACSF 3; Track; Baseball 1; Football NANCY LUCILLE MacPHELEMY "Nane" 493 Hancock Street "Goodness and sincerity in everything she says or does.” F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Li- brary Assistant 3, 4; School Magazine 3; Basketball 2,J. 38ROBERT STEPHEN McCLURE "Moldy" 34 Harison Ave. "He paints a picture of friendliness.' DONNA MARIE McLAUGHLIN "Donna" 89 Coleman Street "A lovely girl, forever loved." Drill Team 3,4. French Circle 1,2. F.N.A 3. F.T.A. 2,3,4. Hm. Rm. Officer 2. Yearbook Staff Photography 4. Intra- murals 2. DAVID A. McCORMACK Kresgey" 96 High Street "The giant of the jesters! Hm. Rm. Officer 1, Radio Club Pres. 3. TOM WILLIAM McCORMACK "Nicketa" 31 Harriet Road "Never at a loss for words! Chess Club 2, School Newspaper 4, Hm. Rm. Officer 1, Leaders Club 3,4, Radio Club 3. JACK BOYD MEEHL JR. "Skip- 69 Washington Street "Here is a Meehl fit for a queen.” F.T.A. 4. Marine Biology 2. Golf 2 39i■ ■ I GRETHEL MORGAN "Scrunch" 15 King Street "She gets around in her cute little way." F.T.A. 2. Honor Society 3, 4. Leaders Club 3, 4. Library' Assistant 3. Year- book Staff—Art Staff. Softball 2. His- tory and Philosophy Club 3. Basketball Intermurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JAY PATRICK MURPHY "Chief" 74 Summer Street "A sharp tongue and a sharp wit that doesn’t phase his friends.’’ F.T.A. 4. Hm. Rm. Officer Pres. 3. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2. Golf 2, 3- Radio Club 2. SHEILA MARY MOUZER "She" 52 Mill Street "She likes to have fun, and needs fun to live.’’ Drill Team 3, 4 F.N.A. 2. Fu. Sec. of Am. 3, 4. Library Assistant 3, 4. Yearbook Staff 4. Jr. Prom Comm. MICHAEL FRANCIS MURPHY "Mikie" 15 Quincy Street "A true friend to everyone; his Cheer- fulness brings them fun." Band 1, 2; Hm. Rm. Officer Vice Pres. 3. Jr. Prom Committee 3. Football 1. WILLIAM HAMILTON MURRAY JR. "Bill- 96 Nash Memorial Road "It takes a confident man to move mountains." F.T.A. 1. Baseball 1, 2, 4. Basketball 1, 2. Golf 2, 3, 4. 40JAMES J. NELSON "Nelly” 259 Wales Street "Wildly hilarious" Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2 CHERYL ANN NIX "Cheryl- 770 Washington Street "A bubbling personality mixed with fun.” French Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 4, pres; F.T.A. 2, 3; School Newspaper 3; Library Assistant 3, 4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee; History and Philosophy 3 CHRISTOPHER T. OLSON "China" 83 Blanchard Terrace "Confucious Say: Be a friend, have same” DALE PETER OLSON "DO." 32 Brookfield Road "A view that's wry, a wit that’s dry.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 1, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 41ERNEST ERIC OLSON "Oil” 718 Linwood Street "A hard worker shows the marks of his labor." Chorus 1; Marine Biology 1; Track 1 MAUREEN CATHERINE ORD "Moe” 808 Plymouth Street "She lives to love." Art Club 1, 2; Drill Team 3, 4; F.S.A. 3, 4; Library Assistant 3; Basketball in- tramurals 2, 3, 4; Co-ed Volleyball 2, 3, 4 JUNE ANN ORLOSKY "Junie-Bug" 105 Spruce Street "She has a distinctive appreciation of fashion.” Art Club 1; French Circle 2, 3, 4;— sec; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4—V.P.; Home Room Officer 1—Pres. 2—Sec. Rally Commit- tee 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- book Staff; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4 JOHN FRANCIS O'NEIL "Onie" 164 Spruce Street "An athlete with a spark of fun." Home Room Officer 1, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, %4; Basketball 1, 4 EUGENE LEONARD PALOPOLI "Gene- 43 Bicknell Hill Road "Raucously funny, liberally flamboy- ant." Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Radio Club 2, 3 42LINDA MAY PAQUETTE Packet" 65 Vernon Street "Ability matters not unless the spirit is strong" Chorus 4; F.S.A. 3, 4; School News- paper 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Li- brary Assistant 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; School Magazine 3; Basketball Manager; Gym Club 2, 3; KAREN EVELYN PEARSON "Karen" 691 Linwood Street "The attractive Equestrian" Art Club 1, 2; F.S.A. 3, 4; JOHN NICHOLAS PASTUSZAK "John” 177 Wales Street "A good-natured person wins the friend- ship of all” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Bas- ketbal 1 GERALD FRANCIS PECK "Ankles” 80 Vernon Street "No matter what I say or do I always aim to please" Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Circle 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; Marine Biology 1, 2; Yearbook Staff; School Magazine 4; Track 2; SEMSBA 2 RAYMOND PELLAND "Doc” 49 Linda Street "A scientist seeks perfection in all things” Marine Biology 1, 2, 3; Science Club 4; Radio Club 3 43JUDITH ANNE PEPE "Judi” 52 Arch Street "A pint of Pep(e)” Class Officer—treas. 2, sec. 4; Drill Team 3, 4; F.S.A. 3, 4; Homeroom Of- ficer 1; Leaders Club 3, 4; Rally Com- mittee 2; Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff; Jr. Prom Committee Intramurals 1, 2. JEFFREY ARNOLD PHIPPS "Jeffie” 78 Ekstrom Circle "Manual dexterity; that’s Jeff primar- ily." CHARLES WINSLOW PHILBRICK "Charlie” 395 Randolph Street "Philbrick—the most trusted name in friendship.” Chess Club 2; Home Room Officer 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. k DIANE MARIE PIKE "Pee Wee” 325 Washington Street "Pike has reached her Peak.” . F.S.A. 3; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. LESLEY JANE PINEL "Les” 967 Bedford Street "A cultured person, steeped in fine arts.” Art Club 1; Dramatic Club 2; Drill Team 3, 4; French Circle 3, 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; Yearbook Editor; School Magazine 3. 44MARGARET MARY PRENDERVILLE "Rita” 135 Monroe Street "The poise of maturity." F.S.A. 3, 4 DEBORAH LOU RANTA "Deb- 74 Warren Street "The sophistication of a lady who knows her own mind." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; French Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts and Music 4; School Magazine—Literary Ed- itor 3, 4; Semsba Chorus ALAN ROBERT PURDY "Al" 952 Brockton Avenue "Foot loose and fancy free." Marine Biology 4. WILLIAM JAMES RASPA "Bill" 271 Plymouth Street "Do what you want—come what may." Band 1, 2; Chess Club 2. BRUCE L. REISS "Bruce- 1042 Washington Street "It takes a big man to be quiet at the right time." 45KATHLEEN LESLIE ROBERTS "Kathy” 8 Summit Road "To see—she's vivacious, to know— she's gracious." Cheerleader 4; Drill Team 2, 3; F.N.A. 2; F.T.A. 1; F.S.A. 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3— Sec., 4—V.P.; Rally Committee 4; Year- book Editor; Jr. Prom Committee; School Magazine 3; Co-ed Volleyball 2; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3 CONSTANCE JEANNE ROULIER "G nnie” 1019 Washington Street "Delicate and fair, with a nice little flair.” French Circle 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4— sec.; Fine Arts and Music 4; Yearbook Staff; School Magazine 3; Field Hockey Intramurals; History and Philosophy Club 3. 46 ALAN J. ROBINSON "Al” 49 Lake Street "It takes intelligence to criticize where criticism is necessary.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; School Magazine 3, 4 MARY ROSEBACH "Rosey" 263 Randolph Street "Few words and many chuckles.” F.S.A. 3, 4 KATHLEEN SHANAHAN "Lupe” 68 Lake Street "Peppy Kathy, always on the go.” Library Assistant 2, 3, 4.ROBERT JAMES SHEA "Rob" 674 Plymouth Street "Silence and industry make the man.” Marine Biology 3 RICHARD KENNETH SHURTLEFF "Shiftless" 77 Lincoln Street "A contented man of many virtues.” Track 2, 3 CAROL ANN SHOCKLEY "shocks” 66 Thicket Street "Active in school life—never a dull moment.” Art Club 1; Drill Team 4; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3; F.S.A. 2, 3; Home Room Treas. 4; School Magazine 3, 4; Basketball in- tramurals 1, 2 EDWARD FRANCIS SIMMONS "Eddie- 60 Park Avenue "Seek and ye shall find.” Yearbook Staff 4; Football 1; Track 1; Radio Club 4 GARY EUGENE SKILLINGS "Wilbun" 21 Norton Avenue "All work and no sleep takes the joy out of life.” Chess Club 1, 2; Honor Society Year- book Editor Sponsored by G. H. SKILLINGS 47VIRGINIA M. SLONINA "Ginias” 300 Spruce Street "A quiet exterior with the soul of an adventurer.” F.S.A. 3, 4; Rally Comm. 4; Jr. Prom Comm. PAMELA EDITH SMITH "Pam” 988 Washington Street ”Gay and peppy; that’s her in a nut shell.” Art Club 1; F.N.A. 2; F.S.A. 3, 4; MARIE LOUISE SNAITH "Ree” 62 Allen Street "All my dreams are on the deep blue sea.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; F.S.A. 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; SEMSBA 2; Soft- ball 2; Basketball intramurals 3, 4; Co- ed Volleyball 3, 4 AMY PRISCILLA SMALL "Amy” 54 Adams Street "Nary a bad word about her." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2; Drill team 2, 3, capt. 4; French Circle 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Officer 4; School Magazine 3; Dance Band 3, 4; SEMSBA DORIS ELAINE SNELL "Big D” 733 Hancock Street "Surprises when you don’t expect it.” F.S.A. 3, 4 4PRITA JEAN SOUTHWELL "Rcet” 198 Central St. "Best things come in small packages.” Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Sec. 2, 3; F.S.A. 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 2; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Rally Comm. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee RONALD ANDREW THURBER ’Thumper” 70 Linda Street "A big man makes himself seen.” NANCY MAE STOCKER ’ Nance” 201 Wyman Road "Character is a victory, not a gift.” French Circle 2, 3, 4—sec; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Home Room Officer 1; Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4—treas.; Rally Comm. 4; Yearbook Editor; Jr. Prom Comm; In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 ANNE ELIZABETH STUART "Annie” 151 Myers Avenue "Cute and sweet, one whom you’d like to meet.” F.N.A. 1; F.S.A. 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Rally Committee 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Jr. Prom Comm. KATHLEEN TINGLEY "Kathy” 30 Elm Street "A barrel of laughs—that’s all life is.” Drill Team 4; F.S.A. 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm. Sponsored by MR. and MRS. ELMER N. STOCKER 49CATHY FRANCES VERITY "Varrity" 42 Crossley Street "The world belongs to the energetic." Cheerleader 2, 3, 4—capt; F.N.A. 2, 3; F.S.A. 3, 4; Home Room Treas. 3; Leaders Club 3, 4—treas; Library As- sistant 1, 2, 3; Rally Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Editor; Volleyball Intramurals CHARLES TIMOTHY WALLS "Tim- 749 Plymouth Street "The only competition for his good looks is his athletic ability." Home Room Officer 2, 3; Jr. Prom Comm. Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Volleyball THOMAS PAUL WAYNE "Tiger- 73 Spruce Street "Tiger’s on the prowl." Football manager 2, 3, 4; Baseball man ager 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 50JUDY ANN WEINBURG 954 Brockton Avenue "Modesty in the pursuit of life is not a vice." Chorus 2, 4; F.S.A. 3, 4 WESTON GRAHAM WHITING "Wes" 26 Brighton Street "A name forever in oils" Yearbook Staff KAREN LYNN WHITMARSH 71 Summit Road "Her Whit—Marshes on" Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Circle 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; School Magazine 4; Co-ed Volleyball 3 KEVIN BARRY WEIR "Unda" 871 Plymouth Street "Benevolent, Versatile, Dextrous." Marine Biology 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2 KAREN WILMOT "Karene" 981 Bedford Street "An imp not to be caged" French Circle 3; F.S.A. 3, 4 51 Uk ELIZABETH WINDERS "Betty" 599 Randolph Street "The Rembrandt of femininity.” Art Club 2; Chess Club 1; F.N.A. 1; F.S.A. 3, 4; Rally Committee 4; Marine Biology 3; Yearbook Staff; Jr. Prom Committee; School Magazine; Basket- ball Intramurals 2; Sophomore hop committee WILLIAM PETER WORRALL "Petie” 17 Bellows Circle "The glass of fashion, the world of form.” Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball MARK PAUL WALCOTT "Dirt- 33 Pearl Street "The boy with the tarnished halo.” Football 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 SUSAN ANN WINDERS "Sue" 425 Randolph Street "An eye for fashion—always neat— always a lady.” Drill team 2, 3, 4; French Circle 4; F.T.A. 3; F.S.A. 4; Leaders Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Volley Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 NANCY ELLEN ZEOLI "Zse Zse” 27 Highland Street "Spiritual value is a source of peace.” Chorus 3, 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Library Assistant 3; School Maga- zine; Softball; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 52CHARLES JAMES BEAN "Chuck” 126 Hancock St. "He seeks his fun in an ami- able way.” F.T.A. 3; Football 2; Track 2, 4. GEORGE KENNETH JACOB "Stick” 209 Summer St. "Tall and slim as a branding iron.” JANICE RICHARDS "Jan” 17 Orange St. "Lift your voice and harmon- ize.” Chorus 4 RICHARD A. PRENTISS "Rick Rat” 102 Spruce St. "Never one to be a mouse.” Basketball 4 yr.; Band 3 yr.; SwimmingThe Spirit of 1967 In the fall of 1963 There came a class well known to thee. Kuusela, Loomis, Southwell, Bean— Greatest freshman foursome ever seen! Emery’s memories’ in our heads, Fragrant French and tractor treads. With Clarabell's new list of rules. Protecting us from senior fools; Flying fruit and snowballs too, Oh, Miss Barrett we were good to you! Two cool cats had a spat— Sherry and Kathy—remember that? As hemlines soared above the knees, Crooksie's tape sought dignity! Girls in slips and playing hookie, Mycr caught them—he's no rookie! And teachers declared throughout the year There's evidence of spirit here! In the fall of 1964! Back we came to give them more. Caplice, oops! Corliss, Pepe, and Bean— Our sophomore officers made the scene. The Sophomore Hop at last paid off, So the upper classmen made no scoff. When Mr. Lord said "Keep Quiet!" The atmosphere was one of riot. The first bomb scare—we had no blast, But it was not to be our last. Biology was quite a spree— We learned the niche of every tree. Betsey’s party was quite the bash, While Doherty's erupted into a smash. Mother Trask’s lessons in the risque Remain vicarious with us today. Our Sophomore Outing was a sight to behold When Thumper ate the hot dog rolls. Our sprints through the dunes met no stops ’Cause we were fugitives from the cops. Our spirit was ever increasing now, But we still weren’t ready to take our bow!In the fall of 1965 We began the upper classmen drive. The seniors then were nothing much. And so we treated them as such. Corliss, Donovan, Southwell, Bean— On these leaders we did lean. Coed football made its fame— Offensive holding climaxed the game! Shiny bikes of chrome and metal, We rode them to school, Oh did we pedal! MacBeth was a classic play. Animal noises began that day. Basketball entertainment reached a new height When the long ladder was rolled into sight. The second bomb scare set us free. But escape in cars was not to be. Jellyroll performed a feat— The bolt was loosened, he lost his seat! The WMEX Good Guys played a game, And the Abington teachers left in shame. The bus came back from Sandy Neck— Or was it Duxbury?, who gave a heck! The Junior Prom was great from the start We will remember it "With a Song in Our Heart." Our Junior spirit had reached new heights As onward and upward we set our sights. In the fall of 1966 Our past and future began to mix. Now that we had reached our seniority We need not prove our superiority. Corliss, Donovan, Pepe, and Bean— Senior officers of great esteem. Mary Ann had beauty fair Miss Abington, her title rare. Song and dance, great acting too, Our play in the round—something new! No A s or B’s or C's or D's— We got rid of finals finally! We wondered how we all did pass Cat's accelerated gym class. Maryruth was the first Junior Miss this year, And her poise and talents came through clear! The School-a-baloos were a grand innovation— The whole school was rocked by the great vibration. A 67 is on the street— Our senior artists are hard to beat! The school now is lost without our spirit— Tty as they might, no class can come near It!WITTIEST Jean Handrahan and Stephen Farley 56BEST LOOKING Mary Ann Beland and Timothy Walls Class Of 1967 drink MOST MISCHIEVOUS Susan Chandler and Stephen Farley BEST STUDENTS George Erwin and Nancy Stocker BEST DRESSED Susan Winders and William Worrall 57FRIENDLIEST Virginia Bean and Charles Philbrick The "Greatest” BEST COUPLE Kathy Roberts and Geoffrey Loomis CUTEST Rosemary Lemay and Robert CotterBEST ACTORS Edward Fogarty and Lynne Fontaine C MOST MUSICAL Amy Small, Patricia Davey, and Robert Manley BEST ARTISTS Weston Whiting and Elizabeth Winders Class Of 1967 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Patricia Funder and Bruce Hermanson 59 'I'Mi Cl. ABINGTON With A Son FRIDAY MAY 20, 1966 i' A. H. S. GYMSenior Class Play Let's go on with the show. There’s no business ... Doin’ what comes naturally. He’s beautiful. PULL! Meet my three charming assistants. "This page is sponsored by MR. F. E. BROWN’’ Charlie Davenport! For everyone, ya gotta give me two nickels and a dime.Alone I can't! Fire! "Annie Get Your Gun” Who gave you Indians permission? Here, try one of mine. Generally favorable. Boinnng! Watayna Gcilia!64 Moonshine Lullaby.Funny little things in there, ain’t they? CLASS OFFICERS Patricia Funk, Steven Tulip, Betty Whiting, Douglas Conant.CandidsOliver GoldsmithFootball Team ai%5i jIib £» ROW ONE: J. Pastuzak, J. Deehan. J. Nelson, J. Casey, F. Corliss, J. O'Neil, B. Hermanson. R. Donovan, I. Nelson, P. Kellihcr, J. Hall, J. Caplice. ROW TWO: K. Hughes. A. Stimpson. J. Loomis. J. Murphy. T. Barrows, M. Barry. C. Philbrick, W. Hibbard. E. Parquctte, W. Heckler, R. Harris, K. Parezo, Mr. Reilly, Mr. Kelley. Mr. Paster. ROW THREE: P. Jefferson, L. Bombardier, J. Feeney, S. O’Brien, J. MacPhelemy, T. Stimpson, G. Hollis, L. Griffin. T. Trigla, E. Connor, J. McDonough, S. Whalen, R. Tulip, W. Ahearn. ROW FOUR: J. Lowe, M. Ahcarn, D. MacDonald, W. Garvey. R. Lambert. P. Kellihcr. R. O'Neil, B. Luddcn, G. LaPointc, L. Bates, E. Raspa. COACHES John Reilly, Walter Paster, John Kelley SCORES ABINGTON... . ....30 SILVER LAKE . . . . .. 0 ABINGTON... . ....16 SCITUATE .. 6 ABINGTON. . . . 8 . HINGHAM BRIDGEWATER- . . 8 ABINGTON. . . . .... 36 RAYNHAM . . . . . . 0 ABINGTON.. . . 20 PLYMOUTH .. 6 ABINGTON. . . . 22 MIDDLEBORO . . . . . 0 ABINGTON. . . . 14 ROCKLAND . .12 ABINGTON.... 0 RANDOLPH WHITMAN- . .24 ABINGTON. . . . 16 HANSON .. 6 CO-CAPTAINS Bruce Hermanson and John O’Neil 74Football Candids CO-CAPTAIN JOHN O'NEIL The pile-up. Kick-off time 1:30 P.M. Not much yardage here?IDeoJaaw snoljn on sjemziJy i ISO McLean, u A 6 j uoibuimJ SOI A'4 091 Hi SSI u« 081 U0 V8I UC 091 « NO A! atu - md uojoujqyf i—1 — jo cr o o :h Reason o a. C j ps bington EWATRR-RAYNHAM re Barstow—160 rt Gable—175 re D. White—165 c Keif—145 1r Baker—175 A It T. A Iden—ISO w If Balhonl—205 oo qb .1. Alden—160 rhh Warren—155 lhh B. White—135 fb Frederick—160 Kickoff: 1:30 P. M. ( i i-» »- w w 5 ot nVARSITY: FIRST ROW: S. May, P. Sawyer, P. Brown, P. Funder, D. Orcutt, J. Bean, Miss Crooks. SECOND ROW: P. Funk, L. Paquette, S. Brady, B. Hanrahan, G. Franzen, M. McCormack, D. Roan, K. Reidy.Field Hockey JUNIOR VARSITY: FIRST ROW: N. Harris, P. Messier, M. Edwards, P. Connors, P. Lescynski, C. Brett, C. Cushman, B. Messier. SECOND ROW: B. St. Charles, B. Whiting, J. McGovern, J. Bartlett, V. Divoll, J. Venuti, J. Marray, N. Paquette, J. Baglio. THIRD ROW: Miss Crooks.Basketball CandidsJunior Varsity FIRST ROW; C. Garvey, S. Tulip, C. Doughty, W. Garvey. SECOND ROW; Mr. Scut ter, W. Hibbard, N. Wentworth, L. Griffin, D. Robbins, T. McCarthy. 83Girls’ Basketball nR ROW m lin VMr L?ddeni° b’ S1 M y k Jacob’ J Murray, L. Johnstone, M. Lotti, son P Me erS V Fafrdl ’ ° Cushman' V' Dlvo11» N- Harns J Bartlett C- Gagne, Cindy Gordon, L. GJeniewicz, C. Carl-FIRST ROW: C. Philbridc, B. Nolan, J. Nosworthy, M. Francy, M. McDonough, M. Barry. Mr. Graham. Mr. Reilly. SECOND ROW: P. Francy, B. Condon, I. Cullen. T. Stimpson, J. Doherty J. Casey. M Lotti. B. Maincs. THIRD ROW: J. Kelliher, M. Chappell. J. Orcutt, S. Lane, J. O'Neil, J. McGovern, T. Walls, J. Gannon. Baseball Team Coached by Coach Graham and Coach Reilly PAT FUNDER PAT DAVEY MICHELLE LOTTI FIRST ROW: M. Lofti. P. Funder. K. Roberts, P. Brown, P. Davey. SECOND ROW: Jill Bartlett. M. Gavin. P. McSharry, P. Sawyer, B. Hanrahan, S. Greenlaw. STANDING—Miss Crooks Varsity Softball Team Under the direction of Miss Crooks. 87SECOND ROW: Miss Crooks Betty Whiting. P. Gagne. K. Reidy, J. Bean, P. Messier. C. Lemay C. Gagne, Sharon Donavon, L. Funder. D. Gianini FIRST ROW: M. McCormick, M. Ludden V. Divoll A. Walls, J. Harrington. Junior Varsity Girls’ Baseball Mr. Scudder S. Cass. J. Coleman, A. O’Leary, K. Devereau. J. Coty. E. Franzen. P. Skarinka, T. Berry, S. O Brien, D. Footit Tennis Team Coached by Mr. ScudderFIRST ROW; T. Trigla, R. Lambert, M. McCarthy, B. Hermanson, O’Keefe, J. Greenlaw, W. Heckler, K. Parezo, Mr. Ferisi. SECOND ROW; B. Ludden, E. Fogarty, R. Kates, L. McCarthy, S. Gates, C. Harrington, K. Weir, R. Harris, M. Farina. THIRD ROW; T. Green- law, G. LaPointe, R. Morse, W. Peterson, P. MacRoberts, G. Hollis, J. Lowe, W. Erwin. Kevin Weir, Paul Kelliher, Bruce Hermanson. CHUCK BEAN ED FOGARTY RICHARD KATES GEORGE HARRINGTONRallies RALLY COMMITTEE; FIRST ROW; Cathy Verity. M. Prall, M. Francy. K. Farrell, L. Johnstone D. Connor. L. Jacob. S. Pinei. K. Percy. R. Smith. SECOND ROW; E. Mack. M. Ludden. V Divoll. J. Bartlett. C. Loud. B. Welsh. P. Greenlcaf. L. Crosby. J. Doonan, T. Nisby. THIRD ROW K. West, K. Roberts, A. Leland, J. Hammond, N. Morgan. D. Valla, J. Jeffers, S. Smith. A. Walls I. Harrington. FOURTH ROW: B. Robertson. M. Ampuja. G. MacDonald, L. Frazier, D. Mac Kenzie S. Dwyer, A. Boyajian. K. Reidy. P. Funk. B. Whiting. ROW FIVE; C. Eldridge, B. Gould J. Burke. G. Woodworth, D. Tonoli, T. Barbato, S. Moore, M. Driscoll, R. Lemay, D. Kipfinger ROW SIX: A. Stuart, M. Behind. L. Hansen. P. Percy. L. Brooks. G. Trufant, C. Math, R. South in'0.a,’ P; Fo“y ROW SEVEN; J. Orlosky. N. Stocker, S. Donovan. B. Anderson B. Winders, S. Chandler. G. Bean.The intense thought of our Student Council. Our co-captains Jack and Bruce. The original fish-face. The line-up. What's this? It speaks for itself. Our first Junior Miss Pageant.ACTIVITIES—The key to school Band L. Adley G. Anderson R. Anderson R. Babcock V. Barbato R. Barron M. Barron S. Bell I. Benoit N. Bishop S. Boyajian R. Burgest J. Burke D. Burns M. Burns B. Carrol J. Casey M. Chadwick R. Chevcrie J. Clarkson C. Clawson T. Clawson D. Clemons G. Coe S. Cole W. Conover R. Crothcrs P. Davcy T. Dempsey D. Doherty S. Doughty C. Dunham S. Dunham T. Edwards M. Edwards J. Ferguson E. Fogarty E. Fogg L. French P. Funder M. Gilmore M. Granger L. Griffen G. Harkins R. Harris P. Hitchcock G. Hollis R. Jackson N. Kane N. Karahalis J. Leach K. Lambert E. Kelly D. Leonard B. I.udden R. Manley Manning . McDonough McRoberts P. McRoberts R. Morgan I. Murray J. Myatt K. Nolan D. Nolan D. Olson D. O'Mara K. Parezo J. Pastuszak G. Peck S. Pinel R. Rand D. Robbins A. Robinson J. Scannell R. Shanahan G. Smith L. Smith M. Snaith P. Snaith G. Stephen A. Stimpson L. Sturtevant T. Sylvia B. Tisdale B. Waters N. Wentworth B. Whiting M. Whjting R. Whitman K. Whitmarsh K. £The Drill Team is just what it sounds like—a spirited team of highly drilled and highly co-ordinated girls who have been a big hit with all those who enjoy watching highly drilled and highly co-ordinated girls. Left to right: J. Pepe C Shockley E. Leland, S. Donovan, J. Spencer, R. Clark, L. Pinei, K. Tingley, M. Gannon, S. Winders, B. Welsh, P Lind, S. Coleman C. Loud, S. Mouzer, A. Small (Captain), C. Gordon, R. Pearl, W. White, L. Broods, B. Roan, D. McKenzie, K. an wR£u!,Cr’i M Boot|lby» L. Olson, A. Bojarjin, V. Trufant, C. Mathieson, P. Greenleaf, M. Coleman, D. McLaughlin, CENTER: V. Bean, M. Beland, M. Ord, K. Calderara.Chorus FIRST ROW: Dale OIwn R Rand E. Fogarty S. Bell L. Sturtevant. J. Pastusak. A. Small, J. Destefano SECOND ROW: B. Waters D. Burns. S. Dunham G. Coe. S. Doughty. R. Shanahan, J. Scannell. A. Robinson. R. Manley, C. Dunham, T. Barron, P. Davey M BurnsSEATED Lesley Pinei. Deborah Ranta, Sarah White. Constance Roulier, Maritta Ampuja, Gail MacDonald. Kathryn West, Juliette Litchfield, Virginia Bean, Mary Ann Beland. STANDING: Paul Murray, Kenneth Hughes, Robert Nolan, Donald Robbins, David Burns, Edward Fowler, Gerald Peck, Dennis Goldie, Edward Fogarty. Ralph Manning, Kevin McCarthy, John Cullen. Mr. Paolini. Under the direction of Mr. Paolini, this club was founded in order to fill a gap which is often left by a high school curriculum. It is dedicated to the study of the creative aspects of Western Culture. Their erudite advisor often seeks to show the relationship between modern creative activity and current events. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Barnett. Maryruth Coleman. Pat Funder (Sec.). Bruce Hermanson (Vice-President). Fred Corliss. Kevin McCarthy (President), George Erwin. Nancy Stocker (Treasurer). SECOND ROW: Marsha Waters. Kathleen Dowling. Susan Banks. Ralph Manning. Kathryn Cal- derara, Anne Mackiewicz, Richard Tulip, Kenneth Parezo, Gary Shillings. Margaret McSharry, Maritta Ampuja, Barbara Messier, Susan Wright. The Alpha Chapter of the National Honor Society, judiciously advised by Mrs. Barnett is composed of members who have achieved academic success and have shown evidence of character, leadership, and service. The organization sponsors various fund raising activities during the year and its members serve as ushers at various school ceremonies.Right to left: Gail MacDonald, Pamela Sawyer, Grethel Morgan, Sandra May, Nancy MacPhelemy, Bonnie Welsh, Kathy Verity, Cynthia Loud, Pamela Brown, Judith Pepe, Cathy Roberts, Mary Ann Beland, Susan Chandler, Gail Franzen, Judith Funk, Linda Parquette, Patricia Funder, Patricia Davey, Nancy Zeoli The Girl’s Leaders Club lends Miss Crooks a helping hand in the girl’s gym classes. These dedicated girls realize the importance of physical fitness to the fair sex. This club’s physically agile members are interested in in- creasing their knowledge of gymnastics. They also partici- pate for sheer recreation. Mr. Callaghan is the fun-loving leader. W. Anderson, T. Berry, C. Phil- brick, R. Prentiss, G. Harrington, G. Loomis, P. Phipps. SECOND ROW: B. Hermanson, D. Morti- mer, L. Bombardier B. Connors, J. Franzi, M. Ahearn, C. Calahan. THIRD ROW: T. Barrows, J. Peterson, W. Hibbard, J. Lowe, M. MacDonald. Boy’s Gym Club 100Assistants SEATED: Virginia Baker Pamela Brown Miss Frame Jeanne Howland 1st C C. Cushman M. Coleman G. Woodworth M. Ward Lynne Fontaine S. Mouzer K. Creighton D. Beauchesne R. Clark L. Johnson S. Duffy L. Parquettc R. Bailey 3rd ROW: E. Rogers K. Shanahan D. Eastley C. Frqnzi D. Simmons D. Pike N. MacPhelemy C. Sauleurs K. Dowling E. Cifeli K. Allen C. Smith J. Romano Future Teachers executive council SEATED: Kathryn Calderara (Treasurer), Constance Roulier (Secretary), Mrs. Trask, June Orlosky (Vice- President), Kathleen Dowling (President). STANDING: Patricia Funder, Anne Craig, Nancy MacPhelemy, Kathleen Creighton, Nancy Stocker, Judith Farrell, Margaret Gannon, Anne Mackiewicz, Jo Ann Venuti, Merri- lee Gnong, Margaret McSharry The library assistants, led by the experienced Miss Frame, lend invaluable assistance to students in need of books and reference materials. Often serving as a veritable walking index, each as- sistant adds a personal touch to our convenient school library. This is an organization of students who desire to enter the teaching profession. Having had long experience in this field, Mrs. Trask, the club's advisor, shows its members the hardships and re- wards involved in teaching the young.Nursing is a profession that requires idealism, devotion, and ability. In order to advise students interested in a career of medical assistance, this organization has been formed once again under the direction of the capable Mrs. Kelley. A. Walls C. Nix, K. Whitmarsh, M. Pinkham, N. Morgan. ROW 2: E. Nisby, S. Brady, C. Link, N. Parquette, L. Ludden, L. Funder, S. Craig, A. Catteele, J. Bragg, S. Pink. THIRD ROW: G. Bloom, C. Driscoll, V. Trufant, P. Percy, D. Barteaux, C. Melville, J. Smith, T. Long, R. Rand. FOURTH ROW: G. Morgan, J. Greenlaw, C. Lemay, D. MacDonald, C. Reidy, A. Bojarjin, P. Funk. FIFTH ROW: N. Zeoli, S. May, B. Welsh. SEATED: Mary Ann Beland, Kathleen Verity, Jill Bartlett, Virginia Bean, STANDING: Richard Tulip, Alan Stimpson, Robert Donovan, Edward Fogarty, Bruce Hermanson, Andrea Boyajian. The blackboard is often not an adequate teaching aid. For this reason film strips and movies are employed in the classroom. The dedicated members of this club under the direction of Mr. Gerald (C. B. DeMille) Corcoran are responsible for these classroom aids. 102Srudcm Council Science Club FIRST ROW: M. Prall, M. McCormick, W. Johnson, C. Paquette, A. Robinson, P. Murray, SECOND ROW: J. McShockley, A. Stimpson, F. Erwin, S. Doughty, D. Bums, B. Waters, J. Burke, K. Clawson, THIRD ROW: C. Whitman, C. Chester, R. Shanahan, J. Brandeis, S. Plank, J. Coleman, G. Harrington, N. Brown, C, Crayon. ! This club, under the direction of Mr. Crahan, follows up regular science classroom study. Its members have taken field trips to college science lectures and have undertaken independent projects using laboratory equipment. It is our fervent hope that these budding scientists make good use of their experimental zeal in broadening the horizons of human knowledge.After all is said and done the meetings and activities of the Circle will remain a memo- rable experience in the hearts of its members. In the singing of French songs and in the reading of the lit- erature they capture the flavor of the vi- tality, the humor, and, above all, the generosity of the French people. Mrs. Rosen is the Club ad- visor, and keeper of les fudgies. French Circle N. Stocker. S. Donovan. G. Hanson. Mrs. Rosen. P. Funder, B. Hermanson, T. Pinei, C. Roulier, S Winders, B. Anderson, R. Lemay, D. Kipfinger, K. Calderara. A. Small, A. Walls, K. White. THIRD ROW M. Coleman, J. Orlosky, M. Gannon, J. Farrei, C. Nix, K. Whitmarsh, L. Pinei, P. McGovern V P1™!1’ | kasinski, P. Nero. FOURTH ROW: K. Anderson, D. Roulier, M. Shoop, J. Romano, S. McCrillis,’ J. Theol, S. Wright, B. Whiting, P. Percy, J. Harrington, S. Carrier, FIFTH ROW: K. Dowling, J. Vcnuti, M. Mandion, M. Preli, C. Creuger, D. Adams, L. Olson, D. Orcutt, P. Edwards, D. Tonooli L Brooks MXTH ROW: K. Lloyd, E. Fogarty, G. Peck, F. Corliss, R. Warren C. Parquette, P. Gagne, K. Smith, B. St Charles, M. McCormack. SEVENTH ROW: S. Wright, P. Messier, J. Woodward, C. Mathieson, M. Ludden, V. Trufant, C. Creighton. The Beaver Our school newspaper is usually published weekly. It features items of general interest and miniature literary tid-bits. It is dedicated to school spirit and to the gnawing down of trees. FIRST ROW: A. Livingston, J. Harris, J. Burke, B. Cohen, M. Gilmore, SECOND ROW: M. Crosby, M. Prall, K. Johnson, L. Hanson, L. Parquette, N. Cane. THIRD ROW; K. Weir, J. Brown, K. White, E. Soper, N. Miller C. Duchaney, L. Hunt, C Parquette, V. Baker, G. Hanson, J. Myatt, M. O’Connor, E. Provost, K. Cox, 1C. Panus.FIRST ROW: S. Mouzer, J. Pepe, S. Chandler, M. A. Beland, M. Lotti, P. Sawyer, J. Hammond, K. Tingley, E. Winders, S. Banks, G. Gauley, R. Southwell, B. Bums, Miss Murphy, ROW 2 A. Stuart, S. Donovan, D. Kipfinger, D. Dauksevich, S. Winders, G. Hanson, J. Hammond, S. Forrester, V. Benjamin, M. Berry, D. Snell, V. Slonina, D. Fozzy, M. Snaith. THIRD ROW: A. Dal- ton, S. Connors, C. Eldridge, K. Wilmont, I. Benoit, L. Paquette, P. Smith, M. Rosebach, K. Keeley, C. Shockley, M. A. Driscoll, K. Pearson. FOURTH ROW: L. Fontaine, J. Hanrahan, D. Beauschane, V. Bean, C. Loud, C. Verity, K. Roberts, J. Wineberg. F. Lowe, M. Prendeville, M. Ord, L. Johnson, FIFTH ROW: C. McGoven, K. Allen, M. Nicholson, A. Leeland, E. Mack, S. Coleman, L. Blinn, D. Easttey, P. Lind, M. Libby, L. Frazier, B. Messier, ROW 6 C. Grillo, C. Gray, K. McShcrry, J. Prentiss, M. Small, J. Breen, D. Valler, R. Smith, J. Spencer, C. Percey, T. Nisby, P. Grecnleaf, M. Watter. The businessman's best friend is his stenographer. In addition to efficiency and neatness a secretarial career de- mands maturity. Miss Murphy, the club’s advisor, demonstrates these qualities to its members. Citizens Scholarship Fund The A.C.S.F. was founded last year in order to help deserving students in need of financial aid for college. Its members, rang- ing from Senior Richard Little to Freshman Bernard Cohen, carry out the thankless task of pounding the street collecting donations to the fund from the citizens of the town. 105 S. Fugcrson, J. Murray, P. Brown, A. Walls, P. Sawyer, J. Greenlaw, N. Went- worth, J. MacPhelemy, B. Cohen, R. Little, V. Baker.Cafeteria Assistants Every year students unselfishly sacrifice time in class to serve our hungry students Mrs. Shanahan’s fine cuisine. Our hearts and our stomachs go out to them. R. Prentiss, K. Johnson, M. Berry, L. Hansen, K. Shanahan, D. Pike, O. Case, B. Gaynor, B. Hibbard, M. Wolcott, B. Cohen. Literary Student Digest Our school magazine, which was founded with the help of Mrs. Dra- gonas and Miss Bartlett, is no hal- lucination. This attractive little jour- nal displays the creative writing and wit of talented students from all classes. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Dragonas, D. Goldie, E. Fowler, J. Leahy, G. Hanson, K. Whitmarsh, A. Small, D. Ranta, M. Coleman, L. Pinei, L. Parquette, Miss Bartlett. SECOND ROW: J. Howland R. Pearl, K. West, A. Mackiewicz, S. Carrier, E. Cifelli, S. Wright, D. Adams, M. Warren, S. White, D. Turcotte. THIRD ROW: J. Litchfield, G. MacDonald, M. Ampuja, J. O’Leary, E. Soaper, S. Pinei, S. Mackiewicz, M. Franey, P. Lescynski, K. White, P. Nero, N. Zeoli. FOURTH ROW: C. Smith, P. Funk, D. Orcutt, C. Reidy, S. Derocher, D. Moore, B. Teal, J. Harrington, C. Gordon, J. Robinson, D. Philbrick. FIFTH ROW: E. Fogarty, M. Taylor, R. Manley, B. Whiting, W. White, P. Lescynski, B. Prevost, C. Duchanie, L. Hunt. SIXTH ROW: R. Manning, T. Stimpson, R. Nolan, D. Robbins, D. Footit, J. Grant, K. Allen, K. Orison, C. Doughty, L. Adley. SEVENTH ROW: K. McOrthy, M. O'Connor, K. Doherty, R. Parker, K. Miller, N. Brown, J. Connors, L. Sturtevant. 106107The Class of 1967, aware that its departure will leave the halls of Abington High a spiritless wasteland, bereft of its sparkling personalities, sharp wit, and buoyant spirit, passionately desire to compensate in any way possible for this catastrophic loss. There- fore, being of sound mind and benevolent mood, we do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament, bequeathing our most cherished possessions to these faculty members and underclassmen who must face the long empty years without us. 1. To Dr. and Mrs. Rosen we leave two padded seats for them, so they may see next year’s play. 2. We leave Marilyn Pepe still bouncing up the corridors. 3. We leave Anna Ketterle the double feature of the drive-in movie. 4. ’Army’ Anderson leaves for the Hell's Angels. 5. The cast of the Senior Class Play leaves Maud a bushel, a peck and a pear around her neck. 6. We leave Karen Pederson and Wayne Hamlet together. 7. We leave Miss Crooks a 'passion' detector for the cafeteria lobby. 8. We leave Mr. Lynch and Miss Baehr still "guiding” the underclassmen. 9. We leave Tiana Nisby still shaking with no one to shake to. 10. The basement hoppers leave Paul Duchaney still tied to the throne. 11. To Mr. Stanley Smith we leave a ten ton supply of 'buffalo’ chips. 12. Ronnie Thurber leaves more room to the underclassmen. 13- To Mr. Campbell we leave our favorite movie, "The Sex Life of a Pig”. 14. We sadly leave Mr. Callahan’s "Paris Island”. 15. We leave the underclassmen at the mercy of the cafeteria workers. 16. The Senior Class leaves six suckers still standing. 17. We leave our Class Play unmatched—ASK ANY GIRL. 18. We leave Anne Mackiewic2 perfectly satisfied with herself. 19. To Mr. Paolini we give an autographed picture of Franco. 20. To Ed (alias Almighty) Paquette we leave a tape measure to measure his golden calves. 21. We leave a volume of spicy poems to Miss Gearin. 22. To Mr. Murray we leave his Principal’s Message. 23. Ralph Manning and Stephanie Cole leave their smelling salts. 24. We leave Beverly Rowan barely visible. 25. Miss Susan Banks leaves her social graces to Linda Coon. 26. To Miss Glinski we leave a swing in her back yard. 27. We leave Mrs. Connors still fudging around. 28. We leave the trellis to our Pembroke benefactor. 29. We leave Stephen Cass the teacher’s pet. 30. Finally we leave Mr. Divoll thanks for a great play, and at that we leave. 108Helen and Eric Anderson Michael Babineau Dawn E. Baehr Mrs. Priscilla Banks Mrs. Esther Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Barry Billy Barrett Miss Marjorie C. Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Lauress Bean Mr. and Mrs. Roger Beauchesne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Beland Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Benoit Mr. and Mrs. William R. Berry Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Bragg Kathy Blaser Representative and Mrs. John R. Buckley Mr. and Mrs. James Bugden Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Byron Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. George L. Carrier Geraldine Carsley Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O. Case Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Cole Mrs. Justine Connors Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. John Corliss Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius E. Cotter Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Crahan M iss Marcia Crooks Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen Howard Cullinan Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cummings Mr. and Mrs. Glendon E. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cushing Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dahlquist Mr. and Mrs. Paul D'Amato Mr. and Mrs. James H. Davey Mr. Ray P. David Jr- Mr. and Mrs. John Dauksevich Mr. Walter W. Delaney Jr. Robert W. Dennis Miss Lucy A. De Young Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Divoll Mr. C. P. Doane Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Donovan Mrs. John P. Donovan Bill Doughty Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Dragonas Mr. and Mrs. Francis Driscoll Mrs. Lillian P. Dunbar Mr. and Mrs. George Erwin Sgt. Robert Farley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Farrell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fogarty Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Fopiano Miss Jo Anne Frame Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. French Mr. and Mrs. Arthur James Funder Future Secretaries Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gannon Barbara Gardiner Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Gaynor M iss Marie Gearin Mr. Arthur Gervais Miss Joan E. Glinski Mr. Edward Gnong Miss Judith M. Goldsberry Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grillo Mr. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Hall Mr. and Mrs. William Hammon Mr- and Mrs. Walter R. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harkins Miss Joane Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hermanson Mr. and Mrs. W. Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Joyce M. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Norman T. Howe Mr. Richard C. Janhola Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson Mrs. Lillian Johnstone Mrs. Judith M. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Kelliher Mr. and Mrs. John H. Knox Mr. and Mrs. John J. Leahy Mrs. Eileen P. Leary Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Lemay Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Leonard Mrs. Virginia M. Lind Mr. and Mrs. John A. Little Mr. and Mrs. Donald Litzen Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Merton C. Loomis Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lotti Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loud Mr. David O. Lynch Mrs. Emily D. Lyon Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Manley Mr. and Mrs. John W. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. James E. McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. John A. McKnight Kathy McTiernan Mr. and Mrs. John Medaglia Miss Carole M. Milan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mouzer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy Chief Edward E. Murphy Miss Sheila M. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John A. Murray Mr. and Mrs. John F. Myers Mr. Olev Naks Mr. and Mrs. John J. O'Neil Ernest and Gloria Olson Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ord Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Orlosky Mr. and Mrs. Richard Paquette Mr. Mario Paolini Mr. and Mrs. Amelian Pastuszak Mary Anne Peck Mr. and Mrs. Shirley J. Peck Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Philbrick Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Pelland Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pepe Mr. Harry Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Pike Mrs. Barbara J. Pinel Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G- Palopoli Mr. and Mrs. T. Porebski Mr. Ernest Potter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ranta Mr. and Mrs. John Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson Dr. and Mrs. Henry Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Roulier Mr. and Mrs. James Rowell Mr. and Mrs. John F. Shanahan Mr. and Mrs. John F. Shanahan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Shockley Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Skillings Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Snaith Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stocker Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Stuart Mr. and Mrs. John Tingley Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thurber Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Trask Mr. Henry Trimble Billy Veasie Mr. and Mrs. John A. Verity Mrs. Mary Voudren Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Walls Mr. and Mrs. E. George Watters Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wayne Mr. and Mrs. George I. Weir Mr. and Mrs. Albert Winders Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. ZeoliCompliments of: DOCTORS ROBERT COLLINS 361 Union St. Rockland 878-1846 MARK T. LYDON 417 Plymouth St. Abington 878-0594 JOHN M. PECKHAM 131 North Ave. Abington 878-0260 JONAH FIELDMAN 316 Washington St. Abington 878-0077 ROBERT W. NORTH 131 North Ave. Abington 878-2300 GEORGE L WHITING 439 Washington St. Abington 878-1926 JOSEPH A. VALATKA 335 Washington St. Abington 878-1070 DENTISTS ROBERT A. EDLUND 453 North Ave. Rockland 878-8778 ROLAND T. PHILLIPS JR. 131 North Ave. Abington 878-0110 LAWYERS ROBERT E. MURRAY 12 Lincoln Blvd. Abington 878-2047 EUGENE H. WOZMAK 469 Washington St. Abington 878-2190 WILLIAM D. COUGHLAN 71 Centre Ave. Abington 878-0206 ATTY. MRS. ROBERT J. COTTER 249 Union St. Rockland 878-7! I ICompliments of D'AMATO'S Washington Street, Abington Congratulations to the Class of 1967VULPLEX INCORPORATED North Abington Compliments of ESTES AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 225 West Water Street Rockland 878-6200QUEALY FUNERAL HOME ROBERT W. QUEALY Embalmer — Funeral Director GERTRUDE M. QUEALY Funeral Director 116 Adams North Abington Non-Sectarian 878-2112 Congratulations from NICKERSON APPLIANCE COMPANY 114 Randolph Street North Abington General Repairs on All Makes Washers and Dryers We Sell RCA Whirlpool Appliances For a Snack or a Meal—Visit Our Modern DAIRY BAR AND GRILLE Audrey Nickerson Mgr. Have Your Next Club Meeting in Our PRIVATE PARTY ROOM BAY STATE ICE CREAM CO. Route 139 121 Randolph St. No. Abington, Mass.Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 NORTH ABINGTON CO-OPERATIVE BANK 6 Harrison Avenue North Abington, Mass. 0 C OIL CO. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 0 C OIL CO. 718 Linwood Street Abington, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 WARE BROTHERS DAIRY INC. Hancock Street Abington, Mass.Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 JENKINS AND SIMMONS TRANSPORTATION CO., INC. 678 Adams Street No. Abington, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 DAMON PONTIAC, INC. 761 Bedford Street No. Abington, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 From MATHESON INSURANCE AGENCY ANDREW W. BABB, Mgr- "Insurance for Every Personal and Business Need." 878-0088RICE FUNERAL HOME DANA S. COLLINS AND KEITH E. COLLINS Directors Fifteen Webster Street 878-0055 Rockland Compliments of PURITAN CLOTHING CO. BEMIS DRUG STORE Professional Pharmacists "Serving the Community Since 1905" See Our New "Smart" Lady Puritan Shop HENRY L. STULPIN, R.Ph. H. S. COX, R. Ph. M. D. COX, R.Ph. 295 Union Street Rockland, Mass. 878-1575 PL 6-3630 Whitman and Candy Cupboard Chocolates Drugs Prescriptions Our Specialty 878-0893iir , Compliments of ST. BRIDGET'S C.Y.O. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Robert Cotter Rosemary Lemay Lynn Fontaine John Kelly BUD LITTLE SON STODDARD OIL Auto Repairing CO., INC. 485 Center Ave. 190 North Ave. Abington No. Abington, Mass. 878-0789 Phone 878-1661 Heating Oils: Power Oil BurnersCompliments of TIMBER LANES Route 18 Abington Featuring Underlane Ball Returns Ladies Day—Wednesday 10-6 LELAND H. BUSKEY JR., Manager 878-0219 L E L Y V E L D S Remember: The most important thing that goes into a shoe is your foot. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 BURKE'S PHARMACY "Your Prescription Store" LELYVELD'S SHOE STORE Rockland Union Square, Rockland Call 878-0930 PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDWe wish you success and happiness as you look toward the future. A Savings account is one way to insure that future. Savings Accounts Mortgages Money order checks Banking-by-mail ABINGTON SAVINGS BANK 'The Bank With the Clock." 533 Washington Street Abington Congratulations to the Class of 1967 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 BROTHERHOOD OIL CO. CAREY'S MOTOR TRANSPORTATION INC. LARRY, JON, BOB, MARK Bedford Street Whitman, Mass.Congratulations! PLEASANT ACRES REST HOME 686 Randolph Street Abington 878-3798 Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 DOBSON DISTRIBUTORS Merchandising Wholesalers 151 Brockton Avenue Abington LORING STUDIOS New England's Largest School Photographers Main Street Brockton Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 ERICKSON'S NEWS ¥ 2 a | Compliments of VIN EDDIES RESTAURANT 1 Electrical Service Ignition Lighting Starting Arnold McCarthy Master Mechanic Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 from GRIFFIN'S DAIRY, INC. 544 Bedford Street (Rte. 18) N. Abington, Mass. Plymouth Street N. Abington, Mass. 878-9759 Compliments of 0 w E N S N E W S CAPE COD WRECKING SALVAGE CO., INC. New Used Building Material 403 Bedford Street Abington, Mass. 878-0715 McLaughlin CHEVROLET INC. MARTIN'S BAKERY To 91 South Avenue Whitman The Class of 1967 447-4401 Your Chevrolet Dealer for Over 44 YearsSULLIVAN FUNERAL HOME 41 E. Water Street Rockland, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 LES BOWLES HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES Schwinn Bicycles Brockton Avenue Abington, Mass. ABINGTON WAYSIDE FURNITURE MART INC. 878-1683 79 Bedford Street, Corner of Brockton Avenue Abington M Cosmetics for Young Adults ABINGTON.MASS. GATES' MARKET RALPH GATES '33 SIDNEY W. GATES ‘27 Washington Street Abington ANN'S BEAUTY SALON ANN AUKSTIKALNIS, Prop. "Individual Hairstyling a Specialty" 179 North Avenue North Abington 878-5343BUNNY TARKY'S GARAGE, INC. General Auto Repairing Body and Fender Work Compliments of FULTON LAUNDERETTE 204 Brockton Avenue Abington Corner of Birch Street and North Avenue Tel. 878-9826 HENRIKSON'S DAIRY Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 MR. HARRIGAN Salem Street Rockland PORTRAIT ARTIST The Quality and Service That Satisfies 683 Hancock St. ABINGTON 878-1232 Compliments of SALLY DRESS SHOP, INC. Compliments of KAL'S VARIETY 575 Washington Street Whitman, Mass. North AbingtonJ. H. SLATTERY INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Abington Established 1913 878-0846 878-0848 rT Congratulations and Best Wishes From CARINI'S AUTO BODY 1195 Bedford Street Abington 878-4767 Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 HOHMAN'S FLOWERS Flowers for All Occasions 277 Washington Street Route 18 Abington LEO DECOTA CLEANING Plant and Shop 549 Washington Street Abington Fast Service for Busy People GOWELL'S Jewelry and Gift Shop Watches and Watch Repairing North Abington 878-2377 Compliments of L. ALGER CO., INC. Washington Street AbingtonSUNNYFIELD TARRY-HO Dinners and Cocktails Businessmen's Luncheons Catering Banquets and Weddings JAMES D. CUTLER WHEATLEY INSURANCE AGENCY Abington 878-1224 Compliments of STAN HALL AUTO SALES Bedford Street Abington Compliments of BUSH'S SUPER MARKET North Abington Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 from ROURKE COAL OIL CO. Serving the Community Since 1905 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 TRUFANT REAL ESTATE 21 I Brockton Avenue Abington Compliments of LITTLEFIELD WYMAN NURSERIES, INC. CRAIG JOHNSON, Sales . . . TORIDHEET . . . Service Vj T 265 Plain St., Rockland, Mass. Jp— 0068 1 Dial 878- Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 DAVE ROAN'S SHOE OUTLET 1332 Washington Street North Abington Route 18 and 139 © KELLIHER OIL Range and Fuel Oil 878-1086 North Abington V 0 ADLEY'S SUNOCO STATION RUSSELL LANE Real Estate Insurance Adams Street 878-0506 North Abington V Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 HOME TOWN CLEANERS Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 THE SHIPBUILDER'S CLUB Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 ABINGTON FRUIT COMPANY 547 Washington Street Abington Best of Luck to the Class of 1967 HUTCHEON'S FLOWERS Flowers for All Occasions 84 Hancock Street Abington UNIVERSAL AUTO INC. Expert Auto Body Repairs 228 North Avenue North Abington 878-2244 Compliments of VIN EDDIES RESTAURANT 4« . ; c . • • t«f ! : t : S 5 t t x t " » C , I ir T f f ftf i


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