Bellingham High School - Epilogue Yearbook (Bellingham, MA)

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EPILOGUE of the class of , Knowledge Is Power; Character Affection . . . . . . Determination . . . . . . Concentration Is Success Table of Contents DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SENIORS FAVORITES HISTORY JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADVERTISING . . . Satisfaction Staff Frances Sadowski, Editor Pamela Robinson, Co-editor Nancy Belanger Ann Minichiello Linda Mostek Verne Marchand Betsy Crouse Linda Godbout Elaine Canestrari Theresa Giordano Linda Zelenski Sally Mendzela Jane Lavimodiere Gail Gariepy William Ambrose Gerald Wall Kathleen Whiting Kathleen Daley Pauline Brot hers John Cooper Gary Hogarth, Photographer We, the Class of 1965, proudly dedicate this 26th edition of the Epilogue to our class advisor, Mr. David P. Hayes. With the deepest respect and gratitude, we wish to express our sincere appreciation to Mr. Hayes for his patience, guidance, and understanding which have proved instrumental in helping us attain our goals at B.H.S. He will long be remembered by this class. We are happy and honored to dedicate this Epilogue to Mr. Hayes, a worthy and most loyal advisor. Mr. Hayes, your " troops " say thank you. 4 « ' CON ' 3 K - : $$$ — c »• T ectcv x0U lKnm numou N .. ... . • ■ • ' • ' ' ’ A A « “ ' ' . «... V _ ,y. ' " C— - . ■ ‘ - " f ££ r -rj: " ■ yS£-£j» ZZ. .w ■ v f ' 5»£ ' 5’- »sS5 5 y . — iii f JZjjfr ' wr , ?TL «s— ■:•-• f- ZtZ ST s%. rj ? t a jb •» » ilJU » • •■ » .- »“ ' “ S a. « •• - - r ' Z . - ' - ' ‘ZZZ- ' ' ■ ' ;: ' .• — r- --. " »r ' " M- ,. ■ ' ' ' -£C5 Z ?— ‘ + JPfc „ j d . ' ' - ' ' ■ ' 7 r " t —4f " r 4 » ' ' ' , « ;. v. ‘ f w ,- -. v.y v«v‘V ' .-%.- w r • JEAN B. PETRIN LEE G. AMBLER JOHN E. TUTTLE Chairman JOSEPH F. SPAS RICHARD C. HILL School Committee mm i gas DONALD J. FLEBOTTE, Principal Donald J. Flebotte, who was one of two vice principals at Enfield High School for four years took over his duties July 1, 1964. He is a native of Springfield, a graduate of Technical High School, that city, and received his bachelor of science degree and master ' s degree in secondary school administration from Springfield College. FRANCIS J. FLYNN, Vice-Principal B.H.S Welcomes Our New Principal September 25 , 1964 AY AT I would like to extend to you a warm and cordial welcome on behalf of all of the students, to extend to you the best of luck and happiness as our new principal and sincerely hope you will remain here for many years to come. We are proud of our past scholastic record and athletic accomplishments, which have helped to make the name " of Bellingham High well known and respected throughout this area. I know I speak for the entire student body when I say we are behind you completely and wholeheartedly in what ever you undertake to do as principal. If you may ever need as- sitance of any sort, we will gladly give you our undivided attention and co-operation. Brian Hughes, senior class president, making the presentation of a gold pen and pencil set, bearing the high school insignia, to Mr. Flebotte. As a token of our best wishes and to serve as a reminder to you of the loyalty of your students, we present to you a small gift, which we hope will be useful to you in your many duties as principal. ' Mr. Flebotte warmly thanking those assembled for their thoughtfulness and expressing his appreciation for student assistance in his duties as principal. MADELINE BRISSON English III, IV JAMES F. RYAN English III, IV ROGER W. CANESTRARI English I LOUISE B. KELLEY Librarian CAROLE HANNIGAN English II, World Hist. Mathematics ANDRE J. BILODEAU Biology BARBARA FONTAINE General Science SIDNEY S. PRICE Chemistry, Physics Science DAVID HAYES KENNETH J. NAJJAR Plane Geometry, Algebra II Math. III-IV, Algebra I, II Business EMILE W. NIEDZWIADEK Bookkeeping I, II, Economics VELMO CIAVARINI Jr. Bus. Train., Italian I N. ANDRE TRUDEAU French I, Spanish I, Algebra I JOSEPH F. Dl PIETRO Bus. Math., Economics GLADYS MORRISON ELIZABETH A. LOWRY Office Practice, Typing I Typing II, Stenography I, II CAROL BISHOP Physical Ed.—Girls Physical Education Clerical Staff REYNOLDS LILLIBRIDGE Physical Ed.—Boys MRS. LILLIAN YORK MRS. SIMONE NADEAU MRS. MARY TREMBA Supt. ' s Secretary Clerk High School Secretary JOHN G. CLEGG LOIS TURCOTTE Music Home Economics History and Government JAMES J. CHEEVER World History II, Democracy GERARD E. TETREAULT World History II, Latin I DONALD HORAN World History II, Economic Geography ALFRED F. HANNIGAN U.S. History, World History ROBERT F. HERON French I, III, Latin II, LEONARD J. GAUVIN French I, II Languages u Mi msas:.. Mrs. Trottier, queen days. many Once over lightly with new Spic ' n Span Custodial Staff MR. PETER PASICHNYK MR. ROBERT BRISSON MR. WILBROD SARAZIN MR. LOUIS DAIGLE Head Custodian linimg! A,. .-. .vw. C 3 • • C 1 Foreword Often times as we travel life ' s highway, we tend to forget some of the happiest years of our youth. Through this edition of the ' 65 Epilogue we hope to preserve in pictures four of the most wonderful years we could ever want to live, our high school years. It seems like only yesterday that we entered as fresh¬ men and looked Up at the upperclassmen and vowed that we, too, would someday reach that pinnacle. Time has passed and has brought us here, to high school graduation. Our years at Bel¬ lingham High are now but fond memories, and by this yearbook we trust they will be living memories of the class of 1965. Pamela Robinson, Co-editor, Frances Sadowski, Editor-In Chief. About the Staff In three months there have been many short tempers,, large appetites, and feel¬ ings of frustration. Our staff has come through it all, spending a great deal of time after school and during vacation, trying to make the ' 65 Epilogue truly rep¬ resentative of high school life here at Bellingham. 16 We certainly had some filling times at the meetings, didn ' t we? WANTED EVERY Yearbook Staff member at EVERY MEETING!!! (or we won ' t like you anymore) The meeting will come to order. Epilogue Staff Frances Sadowski Pamela Robinson Nancy Belanger Ann Minichiello Linda Mostek Verne Marchand Betsy Crouse Linda Godbout Elaine Canestrari Theresa Giordano Linda Zelenski Sally Mendzela Jane Lavimodiere Gail Gariepy William Ambrose Gerald Wall Kathleen Whiting Kathleen Daley Pauline Brothers John Cooper Gary Hogarth 17 Class Officers BRIAN JOSEPH HUGHES 41 Easy St. Authority on Hamlet . . . class leader . . . neat dresser . . . good looking . . . remember Florida. Activities: V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, 4; Athletic Association 4. CLAIRE JACQUELINE BIRON 40 Key St. A little doll . . . fun to be with . . . likes sad records . . . New¬ port . . . one of our cheerleaders . . . prom princess. Activities: Treasurer 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Pro¬ gram Chairman 4. PRESIDENT ROBERT JOSEPH KASS “Bobby " 29 Pond St. Good natured . . . handsome . . . blue eyes . . . co-operative . . . friendly . . . good athlete. Activities: V. Pres. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Student Council 2; F.T.A. 2, 4, V. Pres. 3; Boys ' State Rep. 4; National Honor Society 4. SECRETARY VICE PRESIDENT DENISE ANNE SAVARD 21 Bliss Rd. Likes sports . . . beautiful hair-dos . . . smart dresser . . . friendly to everyone . . . tall and attractive. Activities: Secretary 4; F B.L.A. 3; Student Voice 3; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. TREASURER r 18 vV.VU ' i . SHARON LOUISE ARNOLD So. Main St. Partial to Marines . . . judo . . . can always be heard . hairstyles. Activities: F.N.A. 1,2; Girls ' Basketball 1. ROBERT J. ANDREWS " Bob " 10 Cross St. Very stylish . . . good natured . . . white Corvette . . . Black- stone . . . secret admirer among the girls. ALEXANDER WILLIAM AMBROSE " Bill " 16 David Rd. Moody . . . known for his car collection . . . persuasive, our salesman . . . well-dressed . . . girls, a nice and necessary evil. Activities: Baseball 2; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Cor¬ ridor Marshal 4; Program Committee 4. DIANE ELLEN ALLAIRE 51 Pleasant St. Long blonde hair . . . always eating . . . often seen in Blackstone . . . takes her time . . . sewing. Framingham ... ski enthusiast . . . joined us in our Senior Year . . . liked by all who know him . . . good natured. Activities: Corridor Marshal 4. ANDREA EDWINA BEAULIEU " Ann " Lake Shore Drive Pleasant . tionalist . . Mr. Heron likes to read. television bug . . . good conversa- PETER G. BAKER 238 Caroline Dr. Music enthusiast . . . blows a hot trumpet . . . Quincy ... a pleasing smile . . . played intramural sports in his Senior year with us. Activities: Band 4; Basketball 4; Corridor Marshal 4. NORMAN MICHAEL BARDELL " Spick " 650 Pulaski Blvd. Athletic . . . enthusiastic . . . tall . . . blonde . . . cute ... al¬ ways friendly . . . the Red Rose Tea . . . " Keep it quiet " . Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Student Council, President, 4; Corridor Marshal 4. DANIEL PHILIP BARIL " Atlas " 1 8 Porter Road NANCY ELLEN BELANGER 11 Linwood Ave. Always busy . . . ready to lend a helping hand . . . interested in Science . . . great personalit y . . . folk music enthusiast. Activities: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 3, 4; Drama 2, 3; Student Voice 3; Yearbook, 4; Program Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Library Aide 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN BREAULT " Betty " 226 Temi Road Athletic . . . outgoing ... a smile for everyone . . . joined us as a Senior. Activities: Girls Basketball 4. LINDA LAURA BLAIS " Lin " 14 Morin Drive Always laughing . . . sub-cheerleader . . . very friendly . . . speaks her mind . . . office worker. Activities: Library Aide 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; National Honor Society 4. PAULINE RUTH BROTHERS " Paul-a " North Street Pleasant personality . . . happy-go-lucky . . . great actress . . . smiles for all. 22 Activities: Glee Club 1; Class Treasurer 1; Girls Basketball 1; Drama 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Student Voice 3; Program Committee 4; Yearbook 4. EDWARD JAMES CAMERON JR. " Muff " Blackstone St. Good looking . . . likes fast cars . . . can be seen with Russ and Randy . . . " Howe ' s " . . . has a good time anywhere . . . neat dresser . . . cool. Sociable . . . helpful . . . library . . . good student. . . thoughtful. Activities: F.N.A., V. Pres. 1; Athletic Association 3; Cheerlead¬ ers 4; F.T.A. 2, Treasurer, 3, 4; Student Voice Staff 3; Drama 3; Yearbook Staff 4; National Honor Society 4; Program Committee 4; Library Aide 3, 4. WILLIAM JOHN BURNS " Bill " 32 Bruce Road ELAINE THERESA CANESTRARI 10 Hunt St. Tall and good-looking . . . joined us in our Junior year ... an asset to the Senior class. Activities: Prom Committee 3; Corridor Marshal 4; Program Com¬ mittee 4. WILLIAM ROBERT BUSCH " Bill " 571 Pulaski Blvd. Quiet when around strangers . . . known for his sudden out¬ bursts in office practice . . . can be seen with Pee Wee and Betty. JAMES CHRISTOPHER CARR " Jimmie " 34 Plain St. Individualist . . . speaks his mind . . . lots of fun . . . never com¬ pletely serious ... a working man. Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3 . . . Basketball 1 , 2 . ANDRE RAYMOND CARRIER " Andy " 354 Lake St. Enjoys gym and skiing . . . " scooter-for-sale " . . . great sense of humor . . . Navy in the near future . . . dislikes short hair. Activities: Basketball 1,2; Corridor Marshal 4. JANIS CECILE CARRIER " Bleachy " 354 Lake St. Good sport . . . likes dancing . . . even-n-n . . . always laugh¬ ing . . . C.Y.C. . . . fun to be with. Activities: Basketball 1,2; Glee Club 1, 2. PAUL L. CHAMPAGNE " Champ " 20 Highland St. Likes cars . . . very talkative . . . likes redheads . . . dislikes school . . . favorite song " Laugh, Laugh. " 24 JACQUELINE MARIE CLERC " Jackie " So. Main St. Petite . . . always found in the middle of things . . . loves gym?? . . . red Volvo . . . talkative. Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. CAROLYN MARY CONTE " Caroline " 41 Hunt St. Very cute . . . not too serious . . . petite . . . enjoys cheering . . . has a rib problem . . . likes dancing. Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Co-Chairman Jr. Prom 3; Student Council 2; Glee Club 1; Program Committee 4. ELIZABETH ANN CROUSE " Betsy " 101 Scott Hill Rd. Neat . . . blonde hair . . . avid cheerleader . . . petite . . . blushes easily . . . friendly. Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; Student Voice 3; Year¬ book 4; Athletic Association 3; Cheerleader 4; Student Council 4; Library Aide 3, 4. JOHN COOPER 3 Pearl St. Quiet . . . has a blue Corvair . . . tall . . . future in teaching? Activities: Baseball 2; Corridor Marshal 4. KATHLEEN FRANCES DALEY " Kathy " Hartford Ave. I Good student . . . quiet . . . called Mary . . . sociable . . . loves animals. Activities: Class Secretary 1; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2; Science Club 3; Student Voice 3; Yearbook Staff 4. JEAN SIMONNE DANIEL " Dwarf " Lake Shore Drive Very quiet . . . Short and sweet . . . Don . . . always in a good mood. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of F.N.A. 4; Basketball 2; Student Council 1. CONSTANCE DESROSIERS " Connie " 70 Spring Street Always smiling . . . likes music . . . dark eyes. Activities: F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 26 RICHARD ALAN ELDREDGE " Richie " So. Main St. Very talkative . . . always laughing . . . polite . . . blue eyes . . . pleasing personality . . . energetic. Easy to talk to . . . tall and attractive . . . very pleasant . . . nice personality . . . good natured. Activities: Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 1; Ath¬ letic Association 3, 4. ROBERTA ELIZABETH EAMES " Bobbie " 9 Pond St. JOHN M. EMBREE III " Sticky " 316 Hartford Ave. Most unaffected . . . quiet. . . lightning . . . studious??? Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Corridor Marshal 4. RODNEY FRANCIS FAGAN " Ronnie " Hartford Ave. Witty . . . sociable . . . loves cranberry . . . sweatshirts . . . Lakeview . . . dirty white sneakers ... a Lady Clairol fan. Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3. ROLAND ARMAND FERLAND " Rol " 61 Prospect St. Good student. . . quiet. . . " blue Austin-Healy " ... a friend to everyone . . . intelligent. Activities: Track 2, 3; Baseball 2; Student Council 4. WILLIAM THOMAS FORBES " Bill " 182 Hartford Ave. Never dull ... a good sense of humor. . . quiet at times . . . likes to work on cars. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Corridor Marshal 4. GAIL ELIZABETH GARIEPY 60 Suffolk St. Painted blue eyes . . . the Beatles! . . . " Don ' t make a scene " . . . sewing . . . enthusiastic cheerleader . . . very short hair. Activities: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4; Student Voice Staff 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Dramatic Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4; National Honor Society 4. Activities: F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Student Voice Staff 3; Library Aide 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. THERESA E. GIORDANO " Terry " 136 Garden St. Fun loving . . . drives cars, cars, cars . . . Italian—so she can converse with her mother . . . Merit. 1 : | MIRIAM DENISE GRATHWOHL " Denise " 34 Steven Rd. . . off to Iowa . . . many friends . . . little lady Activities: National Honor Society 4. LINDA MARY GODBOUT " Lynn " 65 Pulaski Blvd. " Smarten up " . . . friendly personality . . . peppy cheerleader . . . well-liked . . . attractive. Activities: Cheerleading 2, 3, Co-capt. 4; F.B.L.A. 3; National Honor Society, Secretary 4; Drama 3; Yearbook 4; Class Secre¬ tary 2, 3; Program Committee 4. THOMAS JOSEPH GODIN " Godein " 1231 Pulaski Blvd. • Curly hair . . . our little drummer boy . . . physically fit . . . Alice . . . car enthusiast. LORRAINE CONSTANCE GOULET " Lorry " 31 Woodland Rd. Will always lend a helping hand . . . very talkative . . . fun to be with . . . " Get serious. " Activities: F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Student Voice 3. ALICE ROSE GRENIER 21 Irving St. Tommy . . . petite, athletic, long hair . . . quick wit . . . loves English?? . . . enjoys driving . . . Goldylocks. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1,2. CAROL ANN HILL " Gidget " Third Avenue Petite . . . dark eyes . . . secretarial work? . . . commercial student. . . always smiling. Activities: F.B.L.A. 3. MALCIA ANN JACKS 100 So. Main St. " Sweetie " . . . summers at Lake Archer . . . crutches . . . ex¬ cited over French. Activities: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Drama 3; Glee Club 1; Student Voice 3; Program Committee 4. GARY ALAN HOGARTH Mechanic St. Class photographer . . . good things come in small packages . . . pleasing manner. . . our Navy man . . . J.D. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4. PETER M. KORNICKI " Pete " 390 South Main St. " Cutlass " . . . very polite . . . " Ronnie " . . . quiet to those who don ' t know him . . . knows when to slow down . . . future firefighter??? . . . good sport. Activities: Science Club 3. JOSEPH ALBERT KOZIMOR " Kuz " 11 Essex St. Accident-prone . . . private bus line to school . . . hates to shave . . . enjoys a good time, especially at parties. Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4. ROGER HERVE LARIVIERE " Rog " 31 Chestnut St. " Height " . . . little blonde . . . very talkative . . . loves sweat¬ ers and tobogganing. Activities: Corridor Marshal 4. JAMES MYLARD KINGSTON " Chuckie " 51 Sheila Drive Quiet, except in Democracy Class . . . loves driving . . . quick to debate. i ROGER LAVALLEE " Rog " 31 Orchard St. Always laughing . . . Great Lakes . . . likes running into buses . . . freshman love . . . Spanish . . . Collamati ' s. CAROL ANN LAVALLEE 481 Wrentham Road Petite . . . cute . . . always smiling . . . drives a Cadillac . . . equestrian . . . peppy. Activities: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; F.B.L.A. 2; Pro¬ gram Committee 4. RUSSELL CLARK LAWSON JR. " Russ " 101 Lake Street Continentals . . . hates Shakespeare . . . enjoys math . . . likes blondes and fast music . . . Crispy Critters. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Cross-Country 2; Science Club 3; Na¬ tional Honor Society 4; Intramural Basketball 4; Boys ' State Rep¬ resentative 3. 32 JANE VIVIAN LAVIMODIERE 7- Glennbrook Ave. " I Suppose " . . . The Pantry . . . blue Bonneville . . . remember Spring Lake? ... a future surfer . . : Mr. Lonely. Activities: Glee Club 2; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4. GEORGE ROBERT LEDUC Scott Hill Blvd. Quiet . . . courteous . . . cute . . . football . . . badminton . . . likes to go camping . . . French. ROGER ALBERT LUSSIER " Rog " 81 Muron Ave. Studious . . . one of our many Collamati boys . . . 6th. period study . . . quick-temper (especially if you take his ruler). Activities: Corridor Marshal 4; National Honor Society. LINDA MARGARET MAHON " Lynn " 30 McKean St. Very good sport . . . likes a good time . . . always laughing . . . a friend to those who befriend her . . . likes dancing. Activities: F.N.A. 2; Debating Club 3. RONALD RAYMOND LUSSIER " Lucifer " 29 Bliss Rd. Temperamental . . . ' 65 Corvair . . . nice clothes . . . very sin¬ cere . . . cool . . . known by everyone. Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3; Student Voice 3. Happy-go-lucky . . . “Well really! " . . . enjoys folk music . . . writes poetry . . . " the Pantry " ... a smile for everyone. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; F.N.A. 1, 3, Treas. 2; F.T.A. 4; Yearbook 4. SALLY JUNE MENDZELA " Menzy " 36 North Center St. VERNE MARIE MARCHAND 425 Wrentham Rd. Always ready to help . . . daily letters to Worcester . . . witty . . . " keep smiling " . . . giggles. Activities: F.T.A. 2; Student Voice 3; Prom Committee 3; Program Committee 4; Yearbook 4. KATHERINE MARY McNIFF " Kathy " Hartford Ave. Hopedale ... a working gal . . . At personality ... a friend to all . . . willing to help out. . . attractive. Activities: Glee Club 1; F.N.A. 1. DIANE L. MELVILLE Maple St. Excellent chemistry student . . . gets a kick out of a certain French teacher . . . has gray hair?? . . . likes horses . . . Dave. Activities: Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 2; Athletic Association 3, 4. 34 ANN MARIE MINICHIELLO " Ann” 15 Poirjer St. Witty . . . Hampton Beach . . . always on the go . . . conscien¬ tious . . . neat . . . sparkling personality. Activities: National Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Student Voice Staff 3; Yearbook Staff 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, Program Chairman 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Athletic Association 3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Program Committee 4; Science Club 3; Drama Club 3. EDWARD THOMAS MOORE " Pin " Mechanic St. Occasionally on time . . . mechanic . . . loves celery . . . en¬ joys time off?? . . . always around the Center. LINDA JOANNE MOSTEK " Lin " 20 Andrew St. Attractive . . . sharp dresser . . . quiet dynamite . . . perfection¬ ist.. . dependable . . . courteous. Activities: National Honor Society 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3; Athletic Association 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Voice Staff 3; Drama Club 3; Al¬ ternate Girls ' State 3; Library Aide 3; Program Committee 4; D.A.R. 4. MARY DONNA MUISE " Donna " 321 Hartford Ave. Great sense of humor . . .. bookkeeping . . . loves sweaters . . . athletic ... an out of town interest. Activities: Girls ' Basketball 1,2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 35 EARL JOHN MURRAY " PeeWee " 44 James St. ARTURO GENE PATURZO " Artie " 1 86 Hartford Ave. Tall, dark and handsome . . . will never forget Boston . . . pre¬ fers older girls . . . loves long hair. . . Kathy. Activities: Prom Committee 3; Corridor Marshal 4. KATHERINE LINDA NICKERSON " Kathy " 359 Caroline Drive Little, but very energetic . . . loves parties and lots of fun . . . Natick . . . back to England . . . loves to dance. Activities: F.N.A. 2; Student Voice Staff 4; Program Committee 4. NICHOLAS PETER PASQUERILLO " Nick " 70 Kennedy Road Likes black hair . . . likes dancing and fast music . . . office prac¬ tice . . . small, but powerful. A friend to all . . . quiet . . . always a joke to tell . . . Mr. Cheever. . . " Whatta ya say? " GERARD A. POISSON " Fish " 61 Central Blvd. Hard worker . . . one of our corridor marshals . . . ready, willing and able ... a Collamatti boy . . . Thanksgiving project. Activities: Corridor Marshal 4; Glee Club; Program Committee 4; Basket ball 1. CONSTANCE DORIS RIENDEAU " Connie " 20 Trenton St. Good sport . . . knows how to have a good time . . . pleasing personality . . . wants to drive from now on. Activities: F.B.L.A. 2, 3. RUSSELL THOMAS PHILLIPS JR. " Russ " Blackstone Street One of the boys . . . witty . . . dislikes conceited people . . . junior steady . . . dependable. Activities: Class Vice President 1; Corridor Marshal 4; Program Committee 4. ROLAND L. ROBERT 41 Center St. Good student . . . quiet . . . good worker ... a good sport . . . " Oh brother " . . . loves book reports?? . . . math. PAMELA ANN ROBINSON " Pam " 380 So. Main St. Attractive . . . world traveler . . . artistic . . . many activities . . . dislikes inefficiency . . . prom princess. Activities: F.N.A. 1, Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3; Student Voice 3; Co¬ editor of Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3; Girls ' State 3; Drama 3; National Honor Society, Pres. 4; Program Committee 4; Ath¬ letic Association 4. DONNA MARIE SAHAGIAN " Cousy " 50 Archer St. Enjoys life . . . top notch athlete . . . lots of laughs . . . very pleasant . . . physical education teacher . . . tiny but mighty. Activities: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4; Softball 1; Science Club 3; Basketball 1, Capt. 2, 4. ROGER LEO ST. GERMAIN 30 Orchard St. Forever late . . . scientific mind . . . interested in math ... al¬ ways talking . . . courteous. Activities: Science Club 3. FRANCES LOUISE SADOWSKI " Fran " 41 Freeman St. Ambitious . . . our organizer . . . College Board Math French II III . . . success is eminent. Activities: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; National Honor So¬ ciety 4; Basketball 2; Student Voice Editor 3; Prom Committee 3; Editor of Yearbook 4; Program Committee 4; Library Aide 3. CLAUDETTE SAVARD " Claudy " 21 Bliss Rd. Mr. Lonely . . . quiet but friendly ... jet black hair . companionship . . . " Carlo " . Activities: Student Voice 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3. MARY PATRICIA SCOLAVINO " Pat " Hartford Ave. Full of pep . . . always smiling . . . attractive ... a willing worker . . . bubbling personality. Activities: F.N.A. 1; Athletic Association 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1. Quiet . . . hails from Revere . . . likes to sing chorale . . . salt water swimming . . . shopping in Boston. JACQUELYN LEE SMITH " Jackie " RFD Farm St. Very quiet but only in school . . . can be seen riding around in a black La Mans or blue and white Ford . . . who ' s the boy in the white Impala at Dean Junior College? . . enjoys MARGARET ANN SIMONSON " Peggy " 46 Farm St. PAMELA ANN SMITH " Pam " Farm St. Very quiet . . . likes horses . . . college . . . enjoys the La Mans . . . Framingham . . . " You think so? " Activities: Student Voice Staff 4. IRIS MAUD VAN HELDEN " Irish " Depot St. Natural beauty . . . Prom Queen . . . democracy class . . . many friends . . . argumentative. Activities: Program Committee 4; Student Council 4; Basketball . . . National Honor Society 4. LINDA FAITH THIBAULT " Lin " 96 Farm St. Loves gym? . . . very helpful when it comes to office practice . . . quiet. DONNA AILEEN TIBBETTS " Doni " 107 Farm St. A real dolL . . likes sailors ... a certain passion for Boston and the city . . . likes heels . . . blonde hair. 40 0 EARL JOSEPH VATER " Muscles " 3 Mechanic St. A bug on radios . . . may be seen riding around in his maroon convertible . . . very quiet . . . pleasing personality . . . weight lifter. Activities: Track 1,2, 3; Basketball 1, Intramural 4. JOHN J. VINCENT 20 Key S t. Plays the guitar . . . will he ever pay R.R. back? . . . always prompt? . . . interest in science. Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3. GERALD TROY WALL " Jerry " 55 Easy St. Polite . . . sociable . . . sense of humor . . . athletic . . . blonde . . . W.H.S. . . . Ft. Lauderdale . . . King of the Junior Prom Activities: Track 2, 3; Basketball 4; F.T.A. 4; Chairman of The Jr. Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Program Committee 4; Student Govern¬ ment Representative 4. SHELEIGH ANNE WEIR " Sheil " Stone St. Athletic . . . hails from Nova Scotia . . . terrific sense of humor . . . good sport. . . bookkeeping. Activities: Basketball 1; Glee Club 1,2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3. 41 KATHLEEN ANN WHITING " Kathy " 501 So. y ain St. Creative . . . cute . . . likes younger guys ... an impersonator . . . nice wardrobe . . . Artie. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Program Committee 4. : ’ I LINDA MELODIE ZELENSKI " Lynn " 50 Central Blvd. Becker-bound . . . friendly smile . . . folk-music . . . Highwaymen . . . Sunday excursions . . . likes French. Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Student Voice Staff 3; Library Aide 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 42 Honors GERALD T. WALL Student Government Delegate LINDA J. MOSTEK D. A. R. Award ROBERT J. KASS Boys ' State Delegate RUSSEL C. LAWSON Boys ' State Delegate PAMELA A. ROBINSON Girls ' State Delegate ; ARK T. AIN C FAVORITES PKINC N D i’Al Pr hr c: , f All Si Neatest Cutest Wittiest Betsy Crouse Eddie Cameron Best Natured Denise Savard Rodney Fagan Most Athletic Gail Gariepy Norm Bardell Quietest Roberta Eames Jerry Poisson Linda Mostek Roland Ferland Donna Sahagian Norm Bardell Most Studious Most Talkative Class Actor Frances Sadowski Roger Lussier Kathy Whiting Paul Champagne Kathy Whiting Ron Lussier Iris Van Helden Ron Lussier Verne Marchand Norm Bardell Nancy Belanger Russell Phillips Most Sociable Most Industrious Most Argumentative Most Courteous Typical Senior Most Likely to Succeed Cindy Barsamian Glenn Gariepy Linda Gallagher Richard Sears Frances Bardell Roland Laprade Ann Minichiello Bob Kass Gail Gariepy Norm Bardell Pamela Robinson Bob Kass Favorite Juniors Favorite Sophomores Favorite Freshmen Class Marshals Did Most for the Class Nancy Laurie Gail Bagdasarian FRONT: Jerry Poisson, William Ambrose, Russell Phillips. BACK: Nancy Belanger, Pamela Robin¬ son, Frances Sadowski, and Linda Mostek. Absent was Brian Hughes. CHECK THIS OUT Class History Freshman Year 1961-1962 In September of 1961, we entered Bellingham High School as the class of 1965. Frightened and awed by the fact that we were finally Freshmen in high school, we viewed our new surroundings with doubt and uncertainty; the tiny eleven-room school looked mighty big to us. Victims of two platooning, we were divided that year, the college course attending the morning session, and the commercial course, the afternoon. We quickly set about electing class officers. Chosen as Freshman leaders, under the direction of class advisors, Mrs. Louise Kelley and Mr. Will.iam Conlan, were Ronald Randall, president; Russell Phillips, vice-president, Kathleen Daley, secretary; Ruth Zakrosky, assistant secretary; Patricia Scolavino, treasurer; and Pauline Brothers, assistant treasurer, while Ann Huston and Roger Lariviere represented us in the Student Council. The Senior Get-Acquainted Dance warmly welcomed us to high school life. The tremendous record of our basketball team overshadowed all other sports events. A perfect Tri-County League record was posted by our Hawks. In the midst of the season we were hit by mid-year exams’ and took three days off for those severe headaches. But we recuperated in time to hold our biggest and only social event of the year, the Mardi Gras Dance. A huge success, financially and socially, it helped our bank account grow substantially. The resj of the year passed rapidly, and suddenly it was June and final exams. Who can forget Mr. Conlan and Mr. Fleming, our first class trip to Nantasket, and finally promotion to Sophomore status? Sophomore Year 1962-1963 The school year 1962-1963 found us no longer lost and bewildered, but settled and ready to get back into the routine of school life. We were no longer on double sessions. Under the supervision of Mr. David Hayes and Mr. Francis Flynn, we elected Joseph Laplante, president; Brian Hughes, vice-president; Linda Godbout, secretary; and Ruth Zakrosky, treasurer. Student Council representatives were Robert Kass and Carolyn Conte. Soon after, we began planning our Harvest Hop which proved to be another successful social event. We were rewarded once again by another outstanding basketball team. Our Hawks brought home the Bay State Class C title and advanced to the semifinals in the Tech Tournament at Boston Garden. Spring arrived and with it the ordering of our class rings. Measurements were taken then. Anxiously, we awaited our Junior year to receive the symbol of upper¬ classman. June came quickly, and with it exams, our class trip to Rocky Point, and then we were Juniors! Junior Year 1963-1964 As we entered Bellingham High School in 1963, we were conscious of the fact that we were underclassmen no longer, but full-fledged upperclassmen. We began the year by electing officers. Chosen under the guidance of advisor Mr. Hayes were: Brian Hughes, president; Joseph Laplante, vice-president; Linda Godbout, secre¬ tary; Claire Biron, treasurer; and Ronald Lussier and Nancy Belanger, Student Coun¬ cil. Two big and important activities faced us: the publication of the school news¬ paper, the Student Voice, and the planning of our Junior Prom. Class rings arrived and there were many happy Juniors to be found. In December, we were saddened by the death of our Principal James J. Keough, a member of the Bellingham school system for twenty-five years. Basketball once again highlighted the sports calendar, and we hailed still another championship team. Tri-County League Champs, the Hawks, played the last season of basketball in our small eleven-room school. We just missed by a few weeks, playing in our brand new high school. February 21, 1964, found us moving into the spacious, new thirty-four room Jr.-Sr. High School. Bright, sparkling facilities greeted us and made work much more pleasant. March and April sped by; and May 15th, the big night, arrived. Fifty-two couples danced to the strains of A Summer Place. Iris Van Heldon was crowned queen and Gerald Wall, king, with Pamela Robinson and Claire Biron in the Queen ' s court. Without the work of the Prom Committee, headed by Gerald Wall and Carloyn Conte, the affair could never have been such a splendid success. The year was almost finished; a car wash ended our activities. Could we ever forget Mr. Heron and Mr. Hannigan, gym, cafeteria meals, a faculty basketball game in May, and the thought that we would soon be Seniors? - ' SSt« w. C ' c ■ Seniors at last! After three years of hard work, we finally reached our fourth and final year. Led by Advisor Mr. Hayes, and officers Brian Hughes, president; Robert Kass, vice-president; Denise Savard, secretary; and Claire Biron, treasurer, we quickly set about working to make this a successful and eventful year. Repre¬ senting us in Student Court were Linda Mostek, Ann Minichiello, Iris Van Helden, and Norman Bardell. Our first class activity was the annual Senior Get-Acquainted Dance, warmly wel¬ coming the Class of 1969. Mr. Flebotte Day, organized by the class, was proclaimed; the entire student body participated in welcoming our new principal. The newly instituted Senior Program Committee, formed to co-ordinate our class activities, or¬ ganized a highly successful Turkey Raffle. In the Thanksgiving spirit, the class donated food baskets to needy families in town. One of the biggest projects of the year was compiling our yearbook, The Epi¬ logue. The biggest edition in B.H.S. history, this book will remain as a lasting re¬ minder of our four-year stay. In January, the staff almost suffered a heart-attack when our advisor, Mr. James Ryan, was called by Uncle Sam, but a few days later we were reassured that he would still be with us. On the sports scene, our track team made a fine showing this season, a great improvement over last year. In basketball, though no championships were won, we were treated to an exciting and suspense-filled season. Leaving the squad were Seniors Norm Bardell, Bob Kass, and Jerry Wall. Swiftly, Spring overtook us. Now we are at June ' s door. Exams are over. Senior week has arrived: our class banquet, yearbook day, our class trip to Ted Hiltons, class day exercises, and our commencement ball. There is only one step left to take, Graduation. Four years ago, it seemed so far away. Now it is here. B.H.S., it was good to know you. Linda Giardino, Secretary Mario Nicosia, President Richard Lamore Veronica Kokolski Teresa McLean Mary Guerin Diane Guevin Carol Ethier Gail Fitts Susan Giancamelli, Treasurer Richard Champagne Nestor Chamberlain Janice Beauregard Roxana Bradeen Paula Chapdelaine Susan Leclaire Vivian Olson Suzanne Leclaire Frances Hoothay Rosalind Mancini Glenn Volk Glenn Whitten Norbert Trudeau Robert Trudeau James Thompson Constance Kornicki Jeffrey Murray Albert Larochelle Ernest Laverdiere Peter Pasichnyk Elizabeth Heuklom Janice Dupre Rebecca Hechler Diane Heavey Louise Ferland Herman Fafard Louise Denault Paulette Gareau Candace Giard Pauline Vadenais Johnna Rushton Beverly Tarkington Donna Thomas Anna Ravenelle Elaine Picard Nancy Sudol Diane Stearns Mary Vadenais Rosanne Recore Helen St. Germain Denise Caron Dennis Spas David Rooney Michael Scolavino Sandra St. Laurent Susan Zagrodny Nancy Laurie Carol Levesque Thomas Glose Jeanne Cameron Henry Cecile Susan Fino Grenier Downey Diane Jacqueline Wayne Giguere Ledoux Nelson Susan Chlysczyk 56 SOPHOMORES Barbara Rattaree Joan McGue Jacqueline Marcotte Donna Padula Debra Muise Richard Constantineau John Chandler, President Earl Blair Christopher Carr James Coppinger i Delia McCabe Jane McGue Paula Morkums Janet Muisiczicki ( Priscilla Frappier Patricia Durkin Sheryl Ann Grassi Paulette Hetu Renee Gaston Suzanne Godin Diane Denault, Treasurer Diane Gareri Timothy Fleming Thomas Danko Kathleen Detore Pauline Desmaris Robert Johnson James Long Jay Gray Marsha Kokolski 58 June Jackson Susan Lambert Patricia Henderson Elizabeth Laverdiere Vivian Karikian Gert Wharton Nancy Brite Jeanne Brunelle Michele Balliro June Cedia Karl Kilroy Patricia Trottier Marilyn Weir Beverly Wood Charles Pasquerillo John Mortz Richard Milette Denis Mendoza Judith Noel Robin Richardson Diane Mendoza Rita Robert Phyllis Recore Phyllis Brisson Beverly Brisson Linda Bardell Nancy Barker Rachel Briere Henry Garceau Gerard Conoyer John Brunelle Joanne Atwood Suzanne Oliver Michelle Plouffe Janice Peneau Carol Mullaney Susan Remillard Michael Detore Robert Goyer Antonio Fernandes Anthony Durso Brian Danieli Eugene Lubash Kenneth Henault David Minnis Robert Pelletier Donald Quinn Edward Plassi Dennis Martin Linda Gallagher Christine Desrochers Charlene Grathwohl Clare Demers Joanne Dorval I 61 » v f n ? f ? if p tr» € i H ' iiA FRESHMEN ' mmMi Jmi JEFFERSON I and WSfH amilton m i I »L _ .iJl SA£2 ■’ F F K S O N P O VV K K Struiznh ' i i tin- Ft InrulEt j k now Elis ■ - , ' fp ; • -; -; •, v. - . r . ■ Roger Riendeau Gerald Plante George Rhodes Richard May Paul Lemire Charles Murray Louis Olson Daniel Rogers Donald Schram Michael Riley Raymond Recore Patricia McCleary Debra Peterson Patricia Paturzo Juliete Landry Linda Padula Genevive Pasquerillo Susan Leduc Jane Mancini Linda McClean Madelaine Ledoux Judith McCracken Sammy Petrosian Robert St. Gelias Roger Poulin Roland Laprade Dennis Paquin Diane Morin Theresa Pelland Irene Larose Susan Onorato Mary Mahoney Angela Mucciarone Denise Menard Gloria Lemire Roby Peloquin 64 Jeanne Recore Elaine Sevigny Donna Plouffe Claere St. Germaine Kathleen Shea Rolande Poulin James Hill James Hayes Emile Gareau Kevin Keith Frank Gagne Jeannine Gaston Janice Lamore Patricia Keefe Janis Koloski Susan Kerivan Lillian Grenier Muriel Hetu Linda Selima Carol Rowe Lorraine Picard Richard Jacks George Hachey Linda Kingston Machel Gardner Carolyn Burr Jeanne Chandler Rachel Champagne Denise Arpin Elaine Chofay Richard Bissonnette Philip Poirier Wayne Rhoads Audrey Riley Jean Scolovino Donna Rosborough _ Kenneth Fagnant Richard Ethier Richard Dauphin Robert Guppy Robert Desjarlais Donald Eldredge Penelope Cooper Patricia Thomas Donna Thayer Phyllis Vadenais Diane Thompson Rosemary Staples Annmarie Vandervalk Donald Trudel William Wikie Laurent Trudeau William Guppy Robert Van Helden Susan Dubois Cheryl Freuh Carol Eaton John Feenstra James Crepeau Edgar Ferland Martin Cooper Richard Dupre Joceyln Decasse Sonja Dalhstrom Karen Frink Michael Desjarlais John Zinno Brian Tibbets Michael Tessier Linda Spas Marianne Stratman Irene Tampsett f Gerard Beaudoin David Brown William Coniaris Gerard Cote William Bribger Roland Bernier Michael Allard Paula Fuller Raymond Lemieux Lindsey Levesque Jacqueline Beauregard Kathleen Biggs Robert Bragden David Bourgery Lindo Cote Linda Cook Louise Dufresne Jane Fairbrothers Kathleen Darling Elizabeth Cronin Diane Clourt Janice Conte Diane Bokoski Irene Biron Elaine Chofay Carol Burr Jean Chandler Rachel Champagne Denise Arpin Carol Chofay Jeffrey Bowser, Vice President Paul Bokoski Philip Bernier Linda Calvery Francis Bardell Pearl Barsamiam, Treasurer ■ . ' YOU ENTER BY YOURSELF TEACHERS OPEN THE DOORS, ACTIVITIES National Honor Society The " pauci delecti " of Bellingham High were formally inducted into the National Honor Society this yeah Based on the students ' character, leadership, service, ability, and scholastic achievements, only 29 Juniors and Seniors were selected from hun¬ dreds of fellow students. Later in the year particular Sophomores were admitted as probationary members. The advisor to the society is Mr. Joseph DiPietro. The highlight of the year was the formal induction ceremony held on December 10, 1964. The guest speaker, Dr. John Bowler, Dean of Framingham State College, spoke to us on " Leadership. " Friends, relatives, and members of the administration and faculty attended. In its first year, organization was its aim. Its first project was a " Subject-Inform " program for the benefit of the entire student body. The program consisted of an explanation of each course to be offered next September. The value of each course was clearly displayed in dramatic form. It was felt that the student body would be able to learn and retain more course information through a dramatic presentation rather than a lecture series. The club owes its existence to our late principal James J. Keough who decided to initiate the program two years ago. He drew up the Society ' s present charter and named us " pauci delecti " , the chosen few. Dr. Bowler ' leading members in the Honor Society pledge at Induction Ceremony. 70 FIRST ROW: Linda Blais, Frances Hoothay, Robert Kass, Mr. Joseph DiPietro, Advisor, Roger Lussier, Anna Ravanelle, Linda Godbout. SECOND ROW: Iris Van Helden, Pamela Robinson, Nancy Laurie, Carol Ethier, Gail Bagdasarian, Ann Minichiello, Pauline Allard. THIRD ROW: Frances Sadowski, Linda Mostek, Mary Vadenais, Linda Giardino, Mary Guerin, Gail Gariepy, Elaine Canestrari, Rosanne Recore. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Volk, Robert Pytko, Glenn Gariepy, Donald Dufresne, Robert Crepeau, Russell Lawson. Noblesse Oblige Membe rs receiving their membership cards. The four candles symbolize schol¬ arship, service, leadership, and char¬ acter. OFFICERS Pamela Robinson _ President Donald Dufresne __V. President Linda Godbout . Secretary Glenn Volk _Treasurer Linda Blais ..... Publicity Chairman ■nnfl FIRST ROW: Mrs. L. Turcotte, D. Guevin, F. Hoothay, P. Harvey, J. Marcotte, S. St. George, D. Daniel, Mrs. A. Fenn. SECOND ROW: L. Grenier, C. Freuh, D. Menard, S. Grassi, M. Guerin, J. Murzycki, E. Chofay. THIRD ROW: A. Ravenelle, G. Laviolette, J. Attwood, L. Rock, P. Frappier, J. Beauregard, D. Thompson, J. Ledoux. Future Nurses of America The Future Nurses Association was organized to bring together all high school students who are interested in nursing as a profession. In the past the club has taken field trips to such hospitals as Framingham Union, Burbank, and Boston Children ' s and has helped in community projects. Last year a speaker, from Pondville Hos¬ pital, spoke to the club and various movies were presented showing the duties of a nurse. The membership of the club is constantly grow¬ ing and this year there are 30 members. President: Frances Hoothay Vice President: Suzanne Leclaire Secretary: Louise Rock Treasurer: Jean Daniel Club Advisors: Mrs. L. Turcotte Mrs. A. Fenn Future Teachers of America The decision concerning the profession we will spend our lives practicing is a big one. The Future Teachers of America is made up of students exploring the teaching profession. The activities of the club are keyed to expose different phases of this profession to the stu¬ dents. This year the club visited Framingham State College, partici¬ pated in a student teaching program at the Pinecrest School and viewed various films on the teaching profession. The club initiated the candy selling program at home basketball games and sponsored an F.T.A. Dance. In addition, April was observed as Teacher Career Month and many noteworthy activities were held. The club had its start four years ago under the guidance of Mrs. Kelley and since then has continued to develop and expand with each new member added. The main objective of the organization is to relate to the student the education, obligations and the role of a teacher in today ' s society. FIRST ROW: M. Nicosia, R. Roy, M. Danieli, G. Wall, G. Gariepy, N. Chamberlain, G. Volk, R. Kass, M. LaValley. SECOND ROW: P. Allard, C. Zernieri, L. Bardell, J. Bianchi, P. Desmarias, N. Belanger, B. Crouse, Miss Madeline Brisson, Advisor, A. Minichiello, S. Leduc, S. Dubois, D. Sahagian, J. LaVoie, A. Mucciaroni, S. Boulay. THIRD ROW: P. Klein, P. Durkin, T. McLean, C. Giard, P. Brisson, S. Remillard, K. Kozimor, C. Desrochers, C. Demers, F. Skzrat, D. Mendoza, D. Peterson, J. Pineault, R. Briere. FOURTH ROW: K. Hannigan, S. Zagrodny, K. Cook, C. Kornicki, B. Lamore, S. Mendzela, M. Jacks, E. Canestrari, R. Eames, L. Mostek, F. Bardell, J. Wong, M. Mahony. FIFTH ROW: T. Giordano, P. Thomas, L. Zelenski, S. Onorato, F. Sadowski, S. Santini, G. Gariepy, L. Giardino, N. Laurie, C. Chofay, R. Richardson. Ann Minichiello: Program Chairman Gail Gariepy: President Elaine Canestrari: Treasurer Nancy Laurie: Secretary Donna Sahagian: Vice President Miss M. Brisson: Advisor Christine Des Rochers: Historian 73 mum Program 1 Mr. Hayes and Brian Hughes present the Program Com¬ mittee ' s ideas. FIRST ROW: Kathrine Nickerson, Kathleen Whiting, Linda Godbout, Malcia Jacks, Iris Van Helden, Nancy Belanger, Ann Minichiello. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Conte, Gerard Poisson, Gerald Wall, Roger Lussier, Robert Kass, Brian Hughes, Roger Lariviere, Linda Blais. THIRD ROW: Pauline Brothers, Frances Sadowski, Pamela Members of the Senior Class The Senior Class Committee was initiated this year under the direction of Mr. David Hayes, Senior Class Advisor. A cross-section of the class was chosen and Chairman, Verne Marchand, and Co-Chairman, Nancy Belanger were elected by the committee. One of its first activities was a Turkey Raffle. Later it was voted to give three Thanksgiving baskets to needy families in town. And the winner of the first turkey is . . . fm ' Our best salesmen ' 7 Committee At Christmas time a delegation of Seniors traveled to South School and erected a Christ¬ mas tree. The next day a party was held for the special class and was gratefully ac¬ knowledged by the children. A successful food sale was held in March. Two car washes, held in March and April, not only helped the class, but were a lot of fun. It was hard to tell who had the most fun at the Christ¬ mas Party for the Special Class given by the Senior Class. distribute food baskets to needy families. Robinson, Gail Gariepy, Diane Melville, Elaine Canestrari, Linda Mostek, Verne Marchand, Carol Lavallee. FOURTH ROW: Peter Kornicki, William Ambrose, Norman Bardell, William Burns, James Carr, Arturo Paturzo, Russell Phillips. W-H Mr. Anthony Minichiello, Superintendent, Mr. Donald Horan, Advisor, Glenn Volk, Vice President, Norman Bardell, President, Linda Gallagher, Secretary, Jean Schram, Treasurer, Mr. Donald Flebotte, Principal. Student Council FIRST ROW: Rene Roy, Janice Conte, Phyllis Brisson, Jean Lavoie, Mr. Donald Horan, Advisor, Susan Chlisizyck, Cecile Grenier, Linda Gallagher, Phyllis Levesque, William Coniaris. SECOND ROW: Iris Van Helden, Kathleen Cook, Jean Schram, Susan Oronato, Diane Mendoza, Linda Mostek, Constance Kornicki, Susan Zagrodny. THIRD ROW: Laurent Trudeau, Roger Lussier, Norman Bardell, Glenn Volk, George Hachey, Gary Wall, Michael Scolavino, Alexander Goulet. Athletic Association FIRST ROW: Nancy Belanger, Michael LaValley, Diane Melville, Donna Sahagian, Mr. Frank Flynn, advisor, Alfred Roy, Brian Hughes, Rene Roy, Kathy Daley. SECOND ROW: Malcia Jacks, Roberta Eames, Pamela Robinson, Linda Mostek, Betsy Crouse, Ann Minichiello. THIRD ROW: Linda Giardino, Pauline Brothers, Robert Goyer, Rodney Fagan, Thomas Burgess, Pat Scolavino, Nancy Laurie. Corridor Marshals mm Roger Lussier, George Leduc, Roland Ferland, Peter Baker, Peter Kornicki, Gerard Poisson, William Ambrose, Russel Lawson, John Embree, Arturo Paturzo, Earl Vater, John Cooper, Norman Bardell, William Burns, Rodney Fagan, James Carr, Russell Phillips, Edward Cameron, Robert Kass, Roland Robert, Daniel Baril, Gerald Wall, Brian Hughes, Gary Hogarth, Roger Lariviere. 77 Theresa Giordano, Gail Bagdasarian, Karen Kozimor, Frances Hoothhay, Barbara Volk, Anna Ravanelle, Sandra Santini, Nancy Laurie, Linda Giardino, Mrs. Louise Kelley, Librarian, Elaine Canestrari, Paula Brisson, Linda Zelenski, Cecile Grenier, Ann Minichiello, Betsy Crouse, Diane Weston, Nancy Belanger, Linda Blais. : § Library Aides ■ The library aides are a group of students who have volunteered to serve as assistants in the library. These assistants do a variety of jobs, such as charging and discharging books, keeping track of films and records, and taking care of audio-visual equipment. This group also does quite a bit more behind the scenes and Mrs. Kelley has often said that it would be difficult for her to get along without them. FRONT ROW: Richard Romiti, Robert Crepeau, Robert Van Helden, Guy Nickerson, Ralph Lucchesi. SECOND ROW: Mario Nicosia, Glenn Whitten, Glenn Volk, John Cooper, Richard Guertin, Richard Hill. 78 Our audio-visual " technicians " The curtain goes up on " The Peace Corps Girls. " CAST James Carr Peace Corps Volunteers Nancy Durkin Jill Parkhirst Staff of Univ. of Penn. Dinah Peterson Dr. Fredericks Shirley Suss Miss Hopkins Line Macrae A Psychiatrist Ed Scandori Congressman Parkhirst Dwayne Cromwell Alfred Marzetta E. Cochran Pamela Robinson B. Cochran Michael LaValley Linda Godbout Malcia Jacks John Murray Linda Gavasso People of San Isidro Thomas Tremba Isabella Roxas John Thonet Mr. Esmilla John Hebert Mr. Tanada Last May, a three act comedy, " The Peace Corps Girls " was presented by the Drama club under the direction of Mr. James F. Ryan. Two performances given on May 1st and 2nd in the new Memorial High School auditorium were viewed by approximately 700 people. The ext ensive facilities for colored light¬ ing and curtain operation made the play more impressive, and the large curved stage allowed more room for players and scenery. The play dealt with the efforts of several Peace Corps volunteers who be¬ come involved with each other and with the Filipino people in many different ways. The majority of the cast were seniors but many underclassmen participated as well. Mrs. Tatlonghari Mrs. Flores Mrs. Anonuevo Mrs. Isip Josefina Mrs. Tanada Gail Bagdasarian Normand Langlais Daniel Roy Elaine Canestrari Linda Mostek Rita Beaulieu Ann Minichiello Theresa McLean Carol Fafard MwiaHi The natives at home in San Isidro 79 ' ' The school band has certainly expanded since it was first formed a few years ago. During the past year the band has performed publicly on eleven occasions. There are ap¬ proximately 40 members in the band now and Director John G. Clegg hopes to increase that number so as to form a really " big " high school band. New background instru¬ ments have been purchased for the group to make the music even more enjoyable. The Band has performed at many of the basket¬ ball games adding a real flavor to the games. Our school can certainly be proud of this Band and we wish them continued success in the years to come at B.H.S. At least pretend! Are there any volunteers? " You ' re not going to take my pic ture, are you? " Aw, girls get excited over nothing! " He ' s always embarrassing me. " " Mr. Price! The bell rang ten minutes ago. " IZAAK WALTONS 1 U U COMPLETE ANGLER jOViKM LATlVIi MANS RECREATION " _■ w ot ' m imwmm m JAMES Ki SsEL|,L ». ( w ' f f ' si33 : • Basketball vt v , . ■.- ... " — ' i •. v . i. ■ ■I Although the Blackhawks didn ' t bring home any championships this season, they did reward the home fans with spirit, fight, and suspense. Led by Captain Glenn Gariepy, the Hawks com¬ piled a record of 9 wins and 12 losses, with Gariepy scoring more than half of the team ' s total points. Seniors Bob Kass and Norm Bardell starred defensively for the Hawks. All three were se¬ lected for Tri-County League All-Star honors, Gariepy chosen unanimously. Highlights of the season were many, beginning with the Hawks hosting area schools in the an¬ nual Jamboree. In the first of two annual classics, the varsity entertained Franklin High School for the James J. Keough Trophy, finally surrendering it after a hard-fought battle. The second special contest featured the Hawks and neighboring Woonsocket High School, and though our club fought valiantly, they were finally outscored by the bigger Villa Novan team. In League competition, the Hawks whipped Blackstone twice to retain the Merchant ' s Retail Trade Board Trophy and almost scored a major.upset by nearly defeating league-leading Norton. After the annual All-Star classic held at Bellingham, the team entered the Bay State Tournament, Class C, and was pitted against St. Mary ' s of Milford. A real battle, the game was close until the final seconds when the boys found themselves on the short end of a 61 to 58 score. Though the Class of ' 65 leaves with two of the five starting players, Coach Flynn can look for¬ ward to a well-seasoned ball club next year with many underclassmen returning with valuable playing experience. The forecast is a championship team. Highlights SEASON RECORD Bellingham ... 24 St. Mary ' s _ _27 Bellingham.. ......47 (Jamboree) Douglas _ _60 Bellingham 57 Woonsocket _76 Bellingham ... .74 Nipmuc _ _70 Bellingham ...65 Norfolk _ _43 Bellingham .59 Hopedale _65 Bellingham.. _60 Franklin _ _65 Bellingham 58 Douglas _ _60 Bellingham.. -.-64 Blackstone _ _63 Bellingham 53 Norton . _ ______ 66 Bellingham . 52 Dover _ _45 Bellingham.. —58 Millis _ _74 Bellingham —80 Medfield „_ _56 Bellingham ... . .63 Medway _ _51 Bellingham_.__ ....63 Hopkinton _ _67 Bellingham__.. ...59 Holliston _ _66 Bellingham._ _ „„64 Hopndaln __ . 67 Bellingham____ —55 Norton _ _63 Bellingham__ . ....62 Blackstone . .. 50 Bellingham_-__ —66 Norfolk _ _48 Bellingham.... —75 Nipmuc _ _62 Bellingham.... ....84 Faculty_ _79 Bay State Tournament Bellingham_58 St. Mary ' s_61 Tri-County League 85 Varsity PLAYER FG FT TP Gariepy 272 189 733 Bardell 72 66 210 Pytko 43 26 112 Kass 25 24 74 Dufresne 19 20 58 Hachey 8 12 28 Scolavino 9 6 24 Laprade 4 12 20 Dupre 7 0 14 Trudeau 3 2 8 Wall 3 0 6 Crepeau 0 0 0 Nicosia 0 0 0 Spas 0 0 0 Volk 0 0 0 465 357 1287 Managers M. Lavallee and R. Roy, R. Laprade, G. Wall, R. Kass, R. Pytko, G. Hachey, D. Spas, N. Bardell, Coach Frank Flynn, Captain G. Gariepy, R. Crepeau, G. Volk, D. Dufresne, M. Nicosia, M. Scolavino, R. Dupre, Managers T. Burgess and A. Roy. His face filled with anguish, Bobby Pytko valiantly tries to stop Woonsocket ' s Fred Harris. ■: Fight . . . Score Higher than All eyes are on the Hawks as they race up the floor. jump Victory! OOPS!! Jay-Vee Basketball Fleury, G. R. Galuza, Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Be Wall, J. Bowzer, P. Bokoski, R. Sears, J. Long, J. Crepeau, R. Laprade, Coach Canestrari, G. Lamarre, D. Deverge, J. Gray, S. Aucoin, R. Zinno, M. Burgess. Top scorer Dick Sears sets to tally another point for the J.V. ' s. SEASON RECORD ingham_20 ingham_26 ingham_24 ingham_34 ingham_40 ingham_25 ingham_39 ingham_24 ingham_41 ingham_31 ingham_40 ingham_43 ingham_38 ingham_41 ingham_46 ingham_36 ingham_33 ingham_32 ingham_46 ingham_35 Douglas _47 Woonsocket _45 Nipmuc _37 Norfolk _23 Hopedale _45 Franklin _29 Douglas _32 Blackstone _33 Norton _54 Dover _23 Millis _53 Medfield _19 Medway _33 Hopkington _18 Holilston _49 Hopedale _47 Norton _46 Blackstone _33 Norfolk _35 Nipmuc _34 Up, up goes Jeff Bowzer for this tap-off against Nipmuc. Even with a record of 8 wins and 12 losses, our freshman-studded Jay-Vee basketball team, under the steady hand of Coach Roger Canestrari, will undoubtedly prove valuable to next year ' s varsity Hawks. Six of the eight wins came in the last eight games. The peak of the Jay-Vee ' s success was the overthrowing of the top-rated Nipmuc Jay-Ve ' e team. The team was comprised of freshmen and a few sophomores. Skip Hachey and Dick Dupre, Jay-Vee starters, also helped the varsity tremendously. La¬ prade, Wall, Sears, Long, Grey, and Carr are also future varsity prospects. Next year ' s Jay-Vee team should be a top-con- tender in the Tri-County League, with veterans Bowser, Bokoski, Fleury, Crepeau, Galuza, La- marre,- Deverge, and Zinno returning to lead the junior Hawks to a victorious season. Cheerleaders The B.H.S. Cheerleaders, many of whom are Seniors, have been giving their all for the ' Blackhawk Five ' this season. Our girls have displayed their good sports¬ manship by cheering the team on through defeat as well as victory. Because this was the first year the new gym was available, the cheerleaders were able to hold a number of pep-rallies which resulted in great team and school spirit. They finished the season by entering the All-Star Cheerleader ' s Tournament with Bellingham as host school. Susan Zagrodny, Linda Godbout, Clair Biron, Elaine Canestrari, Gail Gariepy, Connie Kornicki, Betsy Crouse, Christine Zerneri, Carolyn Conte. 91 ,c of you know about the exploits of Wai asketball court, so here’s some vital % infom 9 UConn, sophomore who is being called sui naterial. Connecticut trailed Harvard at halttime an ading by only a 61-59 score when it ran off 17 r oints to get the verdict. Bialosuknia started V lg spree w :arkers. He Bosto ' th 10 r les duri as the b 5-81. Wes Massach for alf. poin Hordhar .aining wh le scored 21 In the f 50 five mi if 15 poi i last b The 6-2 guard from Poughkeepsie (NY) is the aest scoring sophomore in Connecticut history h 490 points in 23 gomes, an average of 21.3 per j. He led the UConns in scoring and also matcher lome court record for field goals with 17 when h ored 37 times against Boston University. During the year he hit 198 field goals and 94 £p iws. r ou can see that Walker is not going to hav ' ' •-U4. a - - ‘ -,e V» fhp t - JUNIORS TOP SENIORS IN ANNUAL CONTEST . An SRO crowd of Belling¬ ham High students packed the school gym November 25, 1964, 7th period to watch the annual Jr.-Sr. basketball game. A stronger and better bal¬ anced Junior squad whipped the Senior group, bolstered by underclassmen to make up for a lack of Senior participants. Both players and fans got a glimpse of the fine spirit that would prevail throughout the entire season. m oi 11 point icored s’ score, ins dir face •arly onne. all. minu a 70-67 ticut trail ' Wes scop L He had 1 Now, who are the Juniors and who are the Seniors? How many fouls???!!! Our faculty in action? FRONT: Mr. Tetreault. SECOND ROW: Mr. Cheever, Mr. Horan, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Trudeau, Mr. Najjar, Mr. Hayes. REAR: Mr. Lillibridge, Mr. Canestrari, Mr. Bilodeau. (Hiding). SEASON ' S HIGHLIGHT On March 5, 1965, the Bellingham High School gym was packed for the big event, the annual Faculty-Varsity game. Costumed in every type of sports apparel known, the apparently energetic faculty trooped onto the floor only to bring roars of laughter into the gym. After introductions, the faculty, trying to duplicate their feats of years gone by, settled down to a tight battle with the varsity, the younger and more agile varsity just nipping the tiring faculty. Hey, that ' s not fair! 93 OUTFIELDERS: S. Aucoin, D. Spas, G. Gariepy, D. Mendoza, R. Kass, M. Lavallee. This year, under the coaching of Rog¬ er Canestrari, the baseball team is op¬ timistically looking forward to the 1965 season. Bolstered by the return of nine veterans, the Blackhawk nine have their sights set on a winning season. In ad¬ dition to the returning veterans there are a number of promising underclass¬ men that Coach Canestrari thinks will be a great asset to the team. Despite the number of veterans returning, there are only two seniors on the relatively ytiung squad, co-captains Norm Bardell and Bob Kass. One of the highlights of the ' 65 sea¬ son will be the possibility of playing on the new High School diamond. Coach Canestrari, Co-captains, N. Bardell and R. Kass. INFIELDERS (FRONT TO REAR): D. Dupre, J. Cummings, D. Dufrense, J. Lonq, N. Bardell. Baseball PITCHERS: D. Dufrense, G. Gariepy. CATCHERS: J. Bickom, G. Hachey. TOP SIX RUNNERS: R. Crepeau, J. Chandler, K. Haven, H. Jean, R. Roy, J. Carr. Teamwork wins the meet. 1964 CROSS COUNTRY RECORD St. Mary ' s _ Lost Dover _ Won Franklin _ Lost Hopedale _ Lost Medfield _Won Nipmuc _ Lost Norfolk _ Tied Norton _ Won St. Mary ' s _ Won League Meet _ 3rd place Neighborhood Meet _ 2nd place Tri County League FRONT ROW: D. Eldredge, R. Roy, J. Chandler, R. Riendeau, G. Plante, J. Carr, A. Roy, AA. Ferland. BACK ROW: T. Burgess, H. Jean, K. Haven, T. Fernandes, W. Cummings, J. Bowzer, R. Crepeau, K. Fagan, AA. Danielli, AA. Lavallee, Coach AAacDonald. Girls’ Basketball In the first season of organized girls ' bas¬ ketball at Bellingham High School, the girls ' team, guided by Mrs. Carol Bishop, made a fine first impression on the Tri-County League and on the school fans, finishing in second place in League competition. With a record on 10 wins and 4 losses, the Hawkettes tallied 492 points with only 378 scored against them. Losing high scorer Donna Sahagain and top-rated guard Betty Breault will prove to be a great handicap to next year ' s team, but Mrs. Bishop feels that how agressive the girls are next season will determine their suc¬ cess. Who has the rebound? Susan Chlisizyck, Donna Sahagain, Charlene Grathwahl, Diane Deneault, Edith Robinson, Sandra St. Laurent, Ann Marie Vander- valk, Betty Breault, Christine Spont, Pauline Vadenais, manager, Mrs. Bishop, coach. 96 RECORD Bellingham... ...24 Douglas .... ...43 Bellingham ... ...48 St. Mary ' s .... 8 Bellingham ... ... 31 Douglas ...35 Bellingham ... ....35 Franklin .... .31 Bellingham._ ... 16 Medfield .. 41 Bellingham.... ...36 Hopkinton _30 Bellingham.... ...35 Millis . ... 30 Bellingham... 54 Hopedale .. .15 Bellingham ... ...35 St. Mary ' s „..10 Bellingham.... ....37 Medway . ...26 Bellingham ... ...26 Holliston . .... 29 Bellingham... ...30 Nipmuc — .....22 Bellingham ... 35 Dover _ . 30 Bellingham... .....50 Milford — .....28 Sandy St. Laurent fires in another score for our girls. PLAYER Breault, B. T P _17 Grathwahl, C. . _ 4 c. _ 21 E. .. .... _6 D.. ___ 278 f, S. - _53 A. _ _113 492 Our mighty mite Donna Sahagian going up for a jump ball. BOTTOM TO TOP: Linda McLean, Frances Bardell, Jeannine Gaston, Pauline Desmarais, Mary Tuttle, Marianne Stratman, Audrey Riley, Kathy Hannigan, Rosemary Staples, Rene Gaston, Margaret McCleary, Diane Mendoza, Karen Frink, and Coach Carol Bishop. 97 A Summer Would you like to join us THE GRANP Queen, CENTER, Iris Van Helden, Princesses, LEFT, Pamela Robinson, RIGHT, Claire Biron Vioe President, Joseph Laplante, Treasurer, Claire Biron Queen Iris Van Helden " Alley OOP " " Knit one, pearl two " ' Yesss? ' Macleans did it! -4 3 — f973 + the hypotenuse of A APX = ? Congratulations and Success to the Class of ' 65 From MOSTEK ' S HARDWARE FOR SALE! ONE MR. RYAN mm mm Because he has been so valuable to the 1965 Yearbook Staff, bidding will start at $1,000,000. • Banquet Facilities Accommodations for Over 500 People at the: BEVERLY CLUB 26 Wrentham St. Bellingham, Mast. Tu-3-9462 Tu-3-7515 1 MOUSSEAU ' S INC. Men ' s Furnishings Formal Wear Renting 289 Main St. Woonsocket, R. I. 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DUMAIS RAMBLER, INC. » ii MILFORD SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED 1851 " You ' ll Like Our Interest in Your Account " 232 Mam St. Milford, Mass. NORM ' S BARBER Congratulations SHOP From 883-9496 RING ' S 385 Pulaski Blvd. Gagne Building So. Bellingham, Mass. MEN ' S WEAR 185 Main St. Milford SAM ' S Compliments of J. C. MAILLOUX PIZZERIA 50 VARIETIES SON 603-615 Clinton St. Depot St. Milford, Mass. Woonsocket, R. 1. S PO 9-6950 scon HILL AUTO SALES New and Used Cars Cities Service Products GR 3-5924 HARTFORD RESTAURANT South Main Street, Route 126 Bellingham, Massachusetts No. Bellingham, Mass. Best Wishes Compliments of to the Senior Class SOCIAL DEPARTMENT From LOU ' S SUPERMARKET STORE Woonsocket, R. 1. 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GOOD LUCK CLASS " FOREVER ONWARD " OZZELLA DODGE SALES INC. Route 140 BEST WISHES WARWICK SHOPPERS WORLD Pulaski Blvd. Bellingham " Where quality is higher n ' high and prices are lower n ' - low. " Hopedale, Massachusetts Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 THE MUSIC NOOK " Your Complete Music Store " 190 Main St. Milford l Mass. Compliments of LOUIS FASHION SHOP Milford and Whitinsville Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 Your Electric Servant MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC 35 Main St. Franklin, Massachusetts ARMAND ' S SERVICE STATION General Repairing ARMAND DAUPHIN, Proprietor Telephone 883-6811 700 Rath bun St. Congratulations From THE PADDOCK Compliments of COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 667 Providence Street WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND STATIONERY—OFFICE MACHINES—OFFICE FURNITURE WOONSOCKET TYPEWRITER CO. PO 9-0709 MASON-PRESTON COMPANY 237-243 Main St. PO 2-0142 Woonsocket, R. I. HOUSE OF BRIDES SPECIALIZING IN PROM AND DINNER GOWNS 596 Elm St. Woonsocket, R. I. JOHN J. 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TUcker 3-8660 USED CARS GENERAL REPAIRS STEARNS AUTO SALES Bellingham, Mass. WARREN J. STEARNS 473-3517 F. M. LALLY I 11 Main St. Woonsocket, R. I. Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class From the Class of 1966 Phone TUcker 3-7500 THE HOME NATIONAL BANK BLACKSTONE POTATO OF MILFORD CHIP CO. INC. Milford, Mass. Wholesale and Retail 22 Main St. 45 Main St. Blackstone, Mass. Branch 32 Exchange St. WM. GRENIER SON 190 Arnold St. Woonsocket, R. I. Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 BELLINGHAM POLICE RELIEF ASSOCIATION Auto Painting Du Pont Duco-Duluxe Welding Acetylene Electric AUGER ' S SMART SHOP Quality Men ' s Wear and Formal Wear Rentals 105 Main St. Woonsocket, R. I DAHLSTROM AUTO BODY Caryville, Mass. Radiator Repai ring Tel. KE 3-6276 DIMEGLIO ' S PIZZA RESTAURANT CHARLES OLBRY ' S We Serve the Best and PACKAGE STORE It Shall Be Kept So MEATS—GROCERIES Tel. PO 2-9895 1082 Social St. Woonsocket, R. 1, Bellingham, Mass. SACCO CONSTRUCTION CO. 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BELLINGHAM AUTO SALES New and Used Cars Parts and Accessories Telephone No.—528-0920 Represented by D. J. MOORE Mechanic St. Route 140 Bellingham, Mass Everyone in the BELLINGHAM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION is Rushing to Wish the Class of 1965 Every Success in the Future KENNETH J. NAJJAR, President JAMES F. RYAN, Vice President ISABELLA M. MURPHY, Treasurer ELIZABETH A. LOWRY, Secretary VETS PACKAGE STORE ARNOLD- SPENCER POST 218 AMERICAN LEGION AUX. CHOICE MEATS BELLINGHAM MEATS 11 Wrentham St. So. Bellingham, Mass. TU 3-9840 DARLENE ' S DONUTS Coffee Shop Centre Shoppes Bellingham Cinema Plaza Franklin 883-8760 DRY CLEANING FUR STORAGE " Have it done right by " DUN-RITE CLEANSERS INC. 769-4289 Plant: 821 Social St. 45 Foundry St. Off Olo St., Woonsocket, R. I. 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