Foxboro High School - Red Fox Yearbook (Foxboro, MA)
- Class of 1946
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FOXBORO HIGH SCHOOL
With affection and appreciation, we, the Class
of Nineteen Hundred Forty-six, fondly dedicate
this Year-book to our Senior adviser,
' Mrs. Helen Hazen Lipner.
As Freshmen, We all looked forward to classes
under her genial guidance.
As Sophomores, We enjoyed her pleasing inter-
pretation of English and appreciated her
constructive criticism. She inspired us to
read good books.
As Juniors, we found deep satisfaction in her
dramatic ability and her literary appreciaton
As Seniors, we realize how vital a part Mrs.
Lipner has played in our lives. Her sympa-
thetic understanding and her special interest
in each one of us make us regard her as a
The morning of November thirteenth found a
grieved and saddened student body at Foxboro
High School. It was hard tobelieve that Mrs.
Nellie Inman, their beloved teacher, would no
longer be seen among them.
Yet the memory of her innate kindness, her
deep wisdom, and her broad understanding will
always dwell in their hearts and minds. Some-
thing of her gracious personality, her quiet
humor, and her joy in living has become theirs.
Because of her, they will be better able to cope
with life's problems and responsibilities.
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A Message to the Graduates
If we, whose life work is the education of boys and girls, could leave with you, who are
completing one phase of your education, a single concept for you to carry with you into adult
life, I think it would be that of social responsibility. Upon the shoulders of the graduates of the
past several years has rested the responsibility of national defense, of preserving for us our
American way of life. That objective has been accomplished at bitter Cost. Now there rests
with your generation the responsibility of proving that this sacrifice has not been in vain. You
are the parents, teachers, law-makers, voters, and taxpayers of the future. Upon you depends
the winning of permanent, constructive peace. History cannot be allowed to repeat itself.
We are on the threshold of an Atomic Age which can be civilization's greatest blessing or
deadliest curse. With your generation, then, rests the problem of learning to live peaceably
with your neighbors so that never again will the forces of evil be unleashed against mankind.
Bigotry and intolerance are always the earmarks of ignorance. Today, as an aftermath
of the war, hate is rampant throughout the world. There are many wrongs in our world, but hate
will not solve our problems. If peace is to reign on this earth, we must learn to live with our
fellow men of different races, religion, and culture. We must be sensitive of the needs of others
both within our own country and throughout the world.
Always strive to understand and be tolerant of the views of others. So fulfill your
obligations of American citizenship that permanent peace, friendship, and good will may yet
prevail for all mankind.
HERBERT E. HoY'r,
Superintendent of School.:
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BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING
Carmelita Mandin, Editor
Frederick Smallwood, Editor
Roger Mann, Editor
Helena Jodice, Editor
Childs joan Davison
Richard Hennessey, Editor
Anita Burrill, Editor
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LOUISE P. INMAN
Geometry, Algebra I, II,
Colleges or Schools
MARY TAYLOR HIXON
Hot Lunch Manager
. Colleges or Schools
Driver Education, Shop,
Colleges or Schools
Fitchburg State Teach ers'
WINFIELD C. POTTER
Colleges or Schools
Framingham State Teachers'
FREIJERIC W. KEMPF
Vocal Music, Band,
MARY E' SULLIVAN Colleges or Schools
Subjects Taught Attended
B00klH'f'P1'l9 1, U, General Boston University, Harvard
Business, Typing I
Colleges or Schools
Salem State Teachers'
College, Boston University
DoRIs E. SULLIVAN
Commercial Lafw, Office
Colleges or Schools
Salem Teachers' College
Colleges or Schools
Washington State Normal
School, Massachusetts School
of Art, Emerson College
Colleges or Schools
College of Mount Saint
Bmumka C. SHEVLIN
Physical Eiluratiun, Coach
of Girls' Basltcthall
Colleges or Schools
Rhodr' Island College of
Education, Univrrsity of
Hamas V. HAZEN LIPNER
Colleges or Schools
Smith, Boston Uniwrrslty
MABEL A. JENNEY
Colleges or Schools
Hyannis Stutc Tt't1Cllt'fI,'
,IOIIN P. CERTUSE
Colleges or Schools
TH Eonokc T. CIOODVVIN
Gcnrral Scicncc, History,
Colleges or Schools
Gorham Tfachrrs' Collcgr
Gcncrol Sci1'ncf,'Cl11'mistry, ALICE D. BRAVIZN
Phynu' Biology Subjects Taught
Colleges or Schools Latin, Mrdirfval and Modern
Attended History, flncirnt History
Rosen A. CIIRARDIN
Traching of Social Suhjrcls
Colleges or Schools
Km-nr Stair Tfachcrs'
Collcge, Springfrld College,
Colleges or Schools
Collrgf of Lillrrul .-lrts,
KATHARINE M. HASTINGS
Cqjlegcs or Schools
Radcliff Collcgc, Middle
bury, French Summcr School
With caps and gowns comes serious thought,
Of words, of work, of creeds,
But with the knowledge school has brought,
We have the pow'r for deeds.
We've learned the Ways of different men,
From different states and lands,
We'll learn the traits of each, and then
We'll know what each demands.
And with demands comes prejudice,
Of boundries, rights and laws,
So then, we cannot be remiss,
And lose a worthy cause.
With constant vigil every hour,
These rights of man we'll find,
We must with knowledge gain this pow'r
For good of all mankind.
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Senior Class Officers
President -- EDWARD PETERSON
I'icr'-Presidenz - ROGER NIANN
Serretary -- ANNE SVENSON
Treasurer - HELENA JODICE
CLASS COLORS CLASS MOTTO
Blue and Silver "lVith knoulzzlge power
C l ass
CLASS DAY HONORS
flistory -- VIRGINIA KELLY
Poem - JUNE EGNER
Prophecy - LORRALNE BKITTON
WWII - FRANCIS CLARK
188A Mechanic Street TYPIST
Shz' is so wary rrrrr-vrd and quiet
Sha' is ralhrr hard to knowf
Ojfirc fwork fwill be her dict,
They .ray .thc ha: a beau.
Glee Club '43, '45g Cafeteria '43, '44, Typing Award-35 words '44-g
Yearbook Staff-Typistg Senior Play-Usher.
.IICAN LOU ISIC BEACH
39 Leonard Street
Shr has a lI'11l'l hratl .
find a romplarrnt azr,
With truth, it ran hr said
Yearbook Stal?-Typistg Senior Play-Mrs. jones.
LORRAINIC FRANCES BRITTON
East Street NURSE
fl: a lruding lady and in creative theme:
Shr had talrnl and imagination,-
With hrr low' for .frhool and her :kill supreme,
She 'wax really the top xensalion.
Glee Club '44, '45g Cafeteria '43, '44, '46g Social Committees '43, '44, '46,
Assemblies '45, '46, Athletic Association '46, Prom Committee '45, Senior
Play Committee '46g Senior Play-Helen, Class Prophecyg Yearbook
Staff-I-'hotographyg Tri-Hi-Y Club, Recess Dances '4-6.
Thai .the always playr fair.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Orchestra '43, '44, '4-55 Athletic Association '46,
JANICE EVELYN BROWN
154 County Street SINGER
Petite and dainty with a sunny smile,
She dashes to and fro:
Her 'warm friendliness and' cheery style
Make her a joy to know.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46g Orchestra '43, '44, '45, '46g Marshal-
Graduation '43g A Capella Choir '44g Social Committee '4-6g Senior
Play-Stenographerg Yearbook Staff-Typistg Pin Committee '46g Athletic
ANITA MARIE BURRILL
24 Mechanic Street BACTERIOLOGIST
fl fine combination
Of brains and good looks,
lllake her a sensation
At both parties and hooks.
Glee Club '43, Class Treasurer '-435 Social Committees '43g Prom
Committee '45g Athletic Association '45, '46g Basketball '4-63 Senior Play-
Juryg Assemblies '46g Oratorical Contest '4-65 Yearbook Staff-Music
MARION EDNA CHILDS
South Street MISSIONARY
She lowes to fwork, she lo-ves to laugh,
She's happy all the time,'
Miles away she twill make her path
As a missionary in a foreign clime.
Glee Club '43, '46, A Capella Choir '43, Orchestra '43, '44, '45, '463
Cafeteria '43, '44g Senior Play-Usher, Yearbook Staff-Typistg Athletic
Association '46g Typing Award-42 words a minute.
FRANCIS LESLIE CLARK
Pro Merito COHCEC
9 Clark Street Him-1 Scuoot. TEACHER
IIe',t fond of practical joker,
Ile lowes a bit of je,rt,'
When he'.f tearing mort of ur folk.:
You'll fnd him at hi: bett.
Glee Club '-1-33 Social Committee '43, '44g Assemblies '44, '45g Oratorical
Contest '45g Football-Manager '44, '4-Sq Basketball-Manager '45, '463
Baseball-Manager '45g Prom Committee '45, Senior Reception Committee
'4-53 Boy's State '45g Senior Play--judgeg Senior Play Committeeg Senior
Play-Publicity Committeeg Class Willy Athletic Association '46g Yearbook
Staff-Photographyg Varsity Club '46g Monitor '45, '46,
JOAN MARILYN DAVISON
Dancing with her nimble feet
Makes her lwild fwith glee,
She like: her music fart or rfwevt,
Just watch her and you'Il ree!
168 Mechanic Street - HAIRDRESSER
Glee Club '44, '45, '46g Cafeteria '45g Social Committee '-Hg Senior
EDNA JANE DUMAS
East Street Sranooxnvmsn
A pretty brunette with eye.: .to bright
They muse your heart to flutterp
An aetrrrs in her 'very o-wn right,
With melodrama to make you stutter.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '-463 Cafeteria ,43, '44, '45, '46g Orchestra
'-433 Athletic Association '46g Assemblies '46g Senior Play-Aliceg .,
Yearbook Staff-Typist, Typing Award-51 words '46. W.
JUNE HARRIET EGNER
Pro Merito General
146 High Street DIETITIAN
Tall and stately, fwith a poetic flare,
A little bird just told me-
June likes the cool and crisp sea air
For her heart is in the na-vy.
Glee Club '44, '45, '46g Social Committees '45, Senior Play-Publicity
, Committeeg Senior Play--Iuryg Class Poem, Yearbook Staff-Business
S and Advertisingg Athletic Association.
LOUISE MAE FALONE
Pro Merito Commercial
95 Central Street PRIVATE Secanmkv
A fine athlete, a student adept,
She is alfways on the go,'
PVh1're she gets her everlasting pep
l'm sure I'll newer knofw!
Glee Club '44, '45g Athletic Association '43, '44, '45, '4-6g Girls' Basket-
ball '43, '44, '45, '46g First Team Letter, Student Council '43g Monitor '43g
Social Committees '43, '44, '45g Vice-President '44g Senior Reception
Committee '44-g Usher-Graduation '44g Typing Awards-31 words '44g
47 and 51 words '45g 61 words '46g Prom Committee '45g Ring Committee
'45, Assemblies '45, '46g Senior Play-Elaineg Senior Play-Publicity
Committee, Chairman, Office Girl '4-65 Yearbook-Editor-in-Chiefg
Varsity Club '46.
ROBERT JULIAN FERESTIEN
Central Street VETERINARY
, His rlothes are alfways pressed,
His hair is alfways neat,
He alfways loolrs -'well-dressed
From the top of his head to his feet.
Athletic Association '44, '45, '46g Vice-President '44g Social Committees
'44, '45g President '45g Monitor '45, '46g Varsity Club '45, '46g Boys'
Basketball '4-4, '45, '46, First Team Letterg Football '44, '45, '46g First
Team Letterg Baseball '45, '46g First Team Letterg Senior Play-Andyg
Yearbook Staff-Sportsg Track '46.
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JEAN BARBARA GOODWIN
Main Su-egg HAIRDRESSER
Jean ran be so 'very still
She does not make a sound,'
Or, if it be her will,
Her noise causes all to frown.
Glee Club '45, '4-65 Cafeteria '-455 Social Committees '44g Senior Play-
Matrong Yearbook Staff-Typist.
Trurks, ears, and even hooks
Obey at his rommandf
Business and Advertisingg Track '46.
PHYLLIS JUILIANNE GROOME
153 Main Street COMMERCIAL Anrrsr
With paint box and pencils
Phyllis plies her ar!,'
In profiles or stcnfils
She has no counterpart.
Glee Club '44, Cafeteria '4-3g Assemblies '43, '4-43 Social Committees
'43, '45, '46g Athletic Association '45, '463 Prom Committee '45, Senior
Reception Committee '-453 Senior Play-Juryg Senior Play-Properties:
PETER REV ELL GROOME
153 Main Street RESEARCH ENGINEER
Just swatrh and see how fwise he looks
With a ruler or wrench tn hzs hand!
Orchestra '43g Red Cross '44g Senior Play-Clerkg Yearbook Staff-
RICHARD ALLEN HENNESSEY
34 Lakeview Road DRAMATIC Correa
If you think his socks are loud,
Just fwait 'till you see his tie!
He'll allways stand out in a crowd,
'Cause he's sure to catch e-'veryone's eye!
Glee Club '43, '44g Athletic Association '44, '45, '46g Social Committees
'43, '44, '45, '46, Monitor '45, '46g Assemblies '43, '46, Cafeteria '43,
Magazine Drive Captain '43, '44, Prom Committee '45g Senior Reception
Committee '45g War Stamp Captain '45g Class Willg Junior Achievement:
Senior Play Committeeg Publicity Committee-Senior Play: Senior Play-
Mr. Barkleyg Yearbook Staff-Photography Editorg Recess Dance '44,
JEANNE MARIE HOFFMAN
3 High Street SECRETARY
She's fond of fun and noise,
She's fond of lively chatter,
She's fond of girls and boys,
But especially the latter!
Glee Club '43, '45, '46g Orchestra '43, '44, '45, '46g Cafeteria '43, '44g
Typing Award-36 words '44, Class Treasurer '45, Girls' Basketball '45g
Senior Play-Juryg Yearbook Staff-Typistg Athletic Association '45, '46g
Typing Award-42 words and 45 words '45,
SARAH LOUISE INMAN
Pro Merito College
41 Mechanic Street A31151-
Often she is just a hit late
But so good-natured, fwe are angry rarely,'
An artistic career seems the fate
Of honest, dependable Sally.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45g Social Committees '43, '46g Orchestra '43g
Athletic Association '43, '44, '45, '46g Girls' Basketball '44, '45, '46, Prom
Committee '45g Senior Reception Committee '4-St Cafeteria '45g Tri-Hi-Y
Presidentg Senior Play-Foreman, Senior Play-Publicity Committeeg
Oflice Girl '46, Yearbook Staff-Art.
Page Twenty- Two .
HELENA NATALIE JODICE
Spring Street Costume DESIGN Ann CONSTRUCTION
She like: to make her clothe: .ro much
She ulws, and Jews, and .rewr-
She ha: that nice, profesrional touch
With .ti1k:, or wwools, or calicos.
Glee Club '43, '44, Cafeteria '44, '45, '46, Social Committees '44, '45, '46,
Ring Committee-Chairman '45, Student Council '45, Class Treasurer '46,
Senior Play-jury, Yearbook Staff-Art Editor, Typing Award-3'l
words '45, Athletic Association '46, Typing Award-56 words '46.
VIRGINIA ADERENA KELLY
Pro Merito ' General
48 Main Street Ptnmsr
"Ginny" ir alway: the grander! sport,
She help: with a cheery :mile
Keep: our money straight, gives a prompt report,
For another like her, we'd walk a mile.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Girls' Basketball-Manager '43, '44, '45, '46,
First Team Letter, Social Committees '43, '44, '45, '46, Assemblies '43, '44,
Student Council '43, '44, Secretary '43, Orchestra '44, '45, '46, Athletic
Association '44, '45, '46, Class Secretary '45, Usher--Graduation '45,
Girls' State '45, Oiiice Girl '46, Magazine Drive Captain '46, War
Stamp Captain '46, Canteen Representative '46, Class History, D.A.R.
JOHN CLARE KENNEDY
Pro Merito General .
40 Baker Street
An athlete by preference
In football, basketball, and baxeball too,'
A Jtudent par excellence,
Taking pride in all that you do.
Social Committees '43, '44, '45, '46, Assemblies '43, Prom Committee
Chairman '45, Ring Committee '45, Boy's State '45, History-Civics
Medal '45, Varsity Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Athletic Association '44, '45, '46,
Monitor '45, '46, Football '43, '44, '45, '46, First Team Letter, Basketball
'43, '44, '45, '46, First Team Letter, Baseball '43, '44, '45, '46, First
Team Letter, Senior Play-O'Callahan, Yearbook Staff-Sports.
Representative '46, Senior Play-Publicity Committee, Senior Play-
Prompter, Yearbook Staff--Music, Varsity Club '46.
Page Twenty- Three
PHYLLIS MAY KNOX
Cocasset Street SECRETARY
Neal, -wholesome, and trim,
To be a secretary is her aim,
Cheerful and full of fvim,
She surely will win fame.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Girls' Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46, First
Team Letter, Typing Award--32 and 40 words '45, Athletic Association
'46, Oflice Girl '46, Senior Play-Press, Yearbook Staff-Typist.
lNIARY STEWART LIVESEY
147 Main Street INTERIOR DECORATOR
Glancfs from tlzofe eye: of green
Are knoiwn to make us .rmile,'
A fwit that'J subtle, fute, and keen,
Keeps ur .smiling all the while.
Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Orchestra '43, '45, '46, Athletic Association '43,
'44, '45, '46, Social Committees '43, '45, Cafeteria '44, Oratorical Contest
'46, Senior Play-Jury, Yearbook Staff-Art, Motto and Construction
MARY LOUISE LYNCH
14 W. Leonard Street NURSE
Sheff alfwayr laughing,
She's alfways gay,
She's alfways joking,
The whole long day.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Social Committees '43, '44, '46, Athletic Associa-
tion '44, '45, '46, Prom Committee '45, Assemblies '45, Senior Reception
Committee '45, Cafeteria '46, Senior Play-Jury, Senior Play Publicity
Committee, Yearbook Stall-Business and Advertising.
Page T-'wenty-Fo ur
CARMELITA THERESA MANDIN
Pro Merito Commercial
173 Chestnut Street Szcnzrhnv
With her charm and personality
Everyone ir her friendg
.4110 .the ha: real ability
To reach :ucceu in the end.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Girls' Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46, First
Team Letter, Athletic Association '45, '46, Senior Play Committee, Senior
Play--Reporter, Yearbook Staff-Business and Advertising Editor,
Varsity Club '46.
ROGER PEABODY MANN
82 North Street
A leader for all to follow,
'Tir a bitter pill to rfwallbwf'
Football '44, '45, '46, First Team
Letter, Monitor '44, '45, Varsity
President '44, Social Committees
'45, Athletic Association '44, '45,
'45, Senior Reception Committee
Byrnes, Yearbook Staff-Sports Editor, Track '46,
ELIZABETH WARREN McKAY
Chestnut Su-get COMMERCIAL ARTIST
She is gay,
Free, and breezy,
In a 'way
That seem: easy.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, 246, Girls' Basketball '43, '44, Senior Play-
Usher, Yearbook Stall-Typist.
A "Mann" of rportr or a social lad,
"Home-work," .raid he, "makes me .radf
Boys' Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46, Captain '46, First Team Letter,
Letter, Baseball '45, '46, First Team
Club '45, '46, Vice-President '45, '46,
'44, '45, '46, Usher-Graduation '44,
'46, Assemblies '44, Prom Committee
'45, Boy's State '45, Senior Play-
HERBERT ANDREW MOSHER
Pro Merito General
Sand Street AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER
In .school he'.f alfway: quiei,
But the rumor has begun
That he really i.r a riot,
And an awful lot of fun!
Monitor '45, '46, Assemblies '45, Senior Play-Crandal, Yearbook
Staff-Business and Advertising, Athletic Association '46, Track '46.
IWARJORTE LOUISE MOULTON
Pro Merito General
14 Maple Avenue COLLEGE-TRAVEL
Marjorie it a merry girl
With ensemble.: and dreues galore,
Keeping the boys' heartx in a whirl,
.45 she fwallzs dofwn the corridor.
Glee Club '43, '46, Athletic Association '43, '44, '45, '46, Social Com-
mittees '43, '44, '45, '46, Girls' Basketball '45, '46, First Team Letter,
A Capella Choir '43, Assemblies '43, '44, '45, '46, Prom Committee '45,
Senior Reception Committee '45, Typing Award-31 words '46, Cheer-
leader '46, Varsity Club '46, Office Girl '46, Senior Play-Peggy,
ALICE MARJORIE MGWATT
12 Vernal Avenue Hluxnltssszn
Wherefuer Alice is afar
Anita is hound to he,
For boxom friends they are
You all can readily see.
Field Hockey '43, Athletic Association '44, '45, '46, Senior Play-jury,
Glee Club '43, '44, Girls' Basketball '43, '44, Girls' Softball '43, Girls'
CHRISTINE MARIE MYERS
63 Neponset Avenue
Full of moodx, and oftrn .thy
With joy in fworle lwcll donr,
Yrt nmwr fwill :he pau by
A liltlr frolic and fun.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Social Committees '43g Assembly '43,
Senior Reception Committee '45q Senior Play-Usherg Yearbook Staff-
Artg Athletic Association '46.
DELIA MAY PERKINS
Coca sset Street
I Sha' har a laugh that'.v mort hrarlyg
I'm Jun' one and all fwill, agree,
And fwhrn .fhr': thf life of the party,
Both fun and good humor flofw fref.
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G ee Cub '44, 45, '46, Assem les 44, Senior Play-Gert Grace,
LENA PAULINE NARCISO
138 Spring Street SECRETARY
llappy-go-lucky all Ihr day,
Lrna lowrr to thatlrrg
fllro .the laugh: in a .fprcial way,
Wf are furry fond of thc lallcr.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Social Committees '43, '44g A Capella Choir '-435
Cafeteria '43, '44, '45, Athletic Association '46, Senior Play-Usherg
EDWARD ALFRED PETERSON
Pro Merito College
193 Main Street VETERINARY
His gay Awil and laughter so mellofw,
Combined fwith his ability to lead
Make him a very pleasant fellofw,
And an able president indeed!
Class President '43, '45, '46, Social Committees '43, '44, '45, '46,
Marshal-Graduation '43, Assemblies '43, '44, '45, '46, Monitor '45, '46,
Prom Committee '45, Senior Reception '45, Usher Graduation '45, Boy's
State '45, Oratorical Contest '45, '46, Glee Club '46, Football '46,
Student Council '46, Magazine Drive-General Chairman '46, Senior
Play-Publicity Committee, Senior Play-Mr. Gardner, Yearbook Staff-
Business and Advertising, Athletic Association '46,
FRANCES EVELYN PIGEON
Pro Merito College
175 Spring Street Docrck
' A flair for the musieal, a facile pen,
A thorough studenl, a sportswoman too,'
Energy and versatility fwithout end,
Also a friend, tried and true.
Glee Club '44, '45, Girls' Basketball '44, '45, '46, Captain '46, First
Team Letter, Social Committees '44, Athletic Association '44, '45, '46,
Women's Club Membership '44, '45, Senior Reception Committee '45,
Washington and Franklin History Medal '45, American Legion Oratory
Medal '45, Orchestra '45, '46, Assemblies '44, '45, '46, Oratorical Contest
Winner '45, '46, Ofhce Girl '46, School Reporter '46, Senior Play--Olga,
Senior Play Committee, Yearbook Staff-Sports, Varsity Club '46, Typing
Award-37 words '46.
SYLVIA ELIZABETH POTTER
88 North Street STENOGRAPHER
To take trouble fwith a smile,
Cool, calm and colleeted
Is a fway that proves fworthfwhile,
In a manner unaffected.
Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Cafeteria '44, '45, '46, Social Committees
'44, '45, Assembly '45, Typing Award-37 words '45, Senior Play-Jury,
Yearbook Staff-Typist, Athletic Association '46,
BARBARA lCS'l'lCLLIC SCHOOLS
Central Street SECRETARY
llrr john arf fwhnt youll fall "dry fwi!",'
Sh1".r laughing all day long.
"Barhir".r" ll girl A-who 4-will airways fl,
For .fhr mukrs lifr' a mfrry Jong.
Ulee Club '43, '44, '45, Social Committees '43, '44, '46, Athletic Associa-
tion '44, '45, '46, Girls' Basketball '45, '46, First Team Letter, Prom
Committee '45, Senior Reception Committee '45, Cafeteria '46, Senior
Play-Press, Yearbook Staff-Business and Advertising.
JOHN BAILEY SCHULZ
Green Street Manton. Resmucn
John is our of our 1z'1'ry!l1r',vt
llillll fall gootl looks, fzcith rourlrxy J'llfI'1'llll','
Surf' to rtaml frm in any tml,
In xportr, or hooks, or l1fr'.f xrrm-.
Football '43, '44, '45, '46, Captain '46, First Team Letter, Baseball
'43, '44, '45, '46, First Team Letter, Basketball '46, First Team Letter,
Varsity Club '44, '45, '46, Senior Reception Committee '45, Prom Com-
mittee '45, Assemblies '45, '46, Athletic Association '46, Student Council
President '46, Monitor Captain '46, Hi-Y Club, Brown Scholarship,
Boy's State '46, Senior Play-Oscar Holm, Yearbook Staff-Sports,
l"RlCDlCRlCK ICIJVVARIJ SMALLWOOD
Pro Merito Commercial
21 Bird Street PUBLIC AccoUN'rANT
llf'll fworh hartl lo warn ll rmmz'
rlmong Ihr l11l.YlI1I'.l'J group,
For four!-rr'pur!rr ix hit aim,
mlm! hr".v .surf Io gr! his ".fcoop".
Social Committees '43, '44, '45, '46, Monitor '44, '45, '46, Assemblies
'43, '46, Senior Play-Publicity Committee, Senior Play-Dr. Lloyd
Henry, Yearbook Stah'-Typing Editor, Typing Awards-37 and 47
words '45, Athletic Association '44, '45, '46, Hi-Y Club '46.
FRANCIS EDWIN SMITH
154 Cocasset Street SPORTS PRoM0'rER
A typical athlete, 'with shoulders broad,
He plays an excellent game,
Until someone upsets his record,
' Then his temper is aflame.
Football '43, '44, '46, First Team Letter, Basketball '44, '45, '46, First
Team Letter, Baseball '43, '44, '45, '46, First Team Letter, Varsity Club
'43, '44, '45, '46, Track '46, Monitor '45, Athletic Association '45, '46,
NORMA SCHROTH SMITH
Morse Street HAIRDRESSER
Norma is our fashion plate,
With clothes the latest styl,e,'
She can alfways get a date
With her charming smile.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Girls' Basketball '43, '45, Social Committees
'43, '44, '45, '46, Class Treasurer '44, Monitor '44, Senior Reception
Committee '44, Usher-Graduation '44, Prom Committee '45, Typing
Award-45 words '45, Athletic Association '46, Senior Play-Assistant
Attorney, Yearbook Staff-Business and Advertising.
ANNE BARBARA SVENSON
Mill Street NURSE
Hlfways happy, full of cheer,
She 'will make a perfect nurse,
So respected and sincere,
Her patients will never get fworse.
Glee Club '43, '44, Social Committees '43, '45, Class Secretary '44, '46,
Senior Reception Committee '44, Usher-Graduation '44, Student Council
'44, '46, Secretary-Treasurer '46, Prom Committee '45, Senior Play-
Assistant Attorney, Yearbook Staff-Photography, Athletic Association
'46, Class Pin Committee '46.
KATHLEEN FRANCES SWEENEY
153 Spring Street CLOTHES BUYER
Quick ax a flath, .the'.t right on the hall,
To cheer for our boy: is a pleaxure,
Brim full of pep, :he yell.r for them all,
With a cheery xmile, thrown in for good meaxure.
Glee Club '43, '44, '45: Social Committees '43, '44, '45g Student Council
'44g Cheerleader '44, '45, '46g Captain '46g Prom Committee '45g Senior
Play-Pressg Yearbook Staff--Photographyg Varsity Club '46, Athletic
ROBERT WILLSON TRIPP
In South Foxboro mort any day
Robert will be found,
To .tee if the wheel: go round.
Football '46g Monitor '45, '46.
MADELEINE IRENE ALICE WEIR
South Street Mlssiomtnv
Her motto "To Serve,"
Her faith mort Jincere,
Her quiet reserve,
That'.v Madeleine Weir.
Glee Club '43, '46g Cafeteria '44g Senior Play-Usherg Yearbook Staff-
Business and Advertisingg Athletic Association '46.
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Long ago in the Kingdom of Learning there
was a Royal Castle known as Foxboro High.
Ruling over this kingdom was King Potter.
There, a class of royal subjects. the Forty-
Sixers, were guided through their first year by
Lady Brawn and Lady Richards. Page Peterson
with his assistants, Anita Burrill and Abigail
Kimball, acted as leader of the Forty-Sixers.
They were granted the privilege of presenting a
Ball in honor of their entrance to the Royal
Castle. lylany members of the class received
merits towards their knighthood by taking part
in the sports of the kingdom.
After a short visit to the Land of Leisure, the
Forty-Sixers returned and were taken in hand
by Lady Yulcna and Lord Goodwin. Page lylann
with his aids Louise Falone, Anne Svenson, and
Norma Smith, took over the class. To celebrate
their return they presented another Ball. A few
new members were striving for knighthood and
several proved to be very talented in the sport
world. ln a short while it was time for the
annual trip to the Land of Leisure.
Lady Inman and Lady Sullivan were placed
in charge of them on their return. Page Peterson
with his able assistants, Roger Mann, Jeanne
Hoffman, and Virginia Kelly, resumed his posi-
tion as leader. The Annual Ball, a strictly in-
formal Barn Dance, was very enjoyable. Later in
the season a Starlight Prom was presented and
was worthy of the finest royalty. This year the
class received rings as souvenirs of the days spent
in the kingdom.
The final year of the Castle of Foxboro High
was reached. Lady Lipner guided the class and
Page Peterson continued with the assistance of
Roger Mann, Anne Svenson, and Helena Jodice.
Those who had been so aggressive in the seasonal
sports attained their knighthood in the last year.
The leaders in these sports were John Schulz,
Roger Mann, Francis Smith, and Frances Pigeon.
The King's favorite jesters presented in court
a mystery play, 'iThe lylissing Witness." The
entire kingdom was invited to attend this event.
So delighted was the Royal Domain with the
presentation that, at command, a repeat per-
formance was given.
The class was prepared to proceed with plans
for compiling the Royal lylemory Book and their
trip to the City of Wonders. But, alas, the time
arrived for them to leave their beloved King and
Court for they were ordered to higher courts of
business and fields of learning. Thus, we leave
these loyal subjects, but l wonder . . . will they
all live happily ever after?
V. A. K.
JUNE 13, 1950
My main interest, at present, is in the future,
because I may spend the rest of my life there.
With this in mind, I shall invent a device that
enables me to see into the future. I shall have
to take quite a few atomic pills, before I have
the necessary brain power to make this invention.
It consists of radar and produces a ray which
can spot out various people and will flash a vision
before me, of their actions in the future. I shall
demonstrate. Take myself, for instance. I write
my name on a piece of paper and set a dial at
ten years. I concentrate the ray on the name and
flash! What happens? I find myself as a nurse,
busily engaged in assisting some famous brain
specialist in New York.
Now that you see how the machine works,
I shall proceed to peek a sneak, I mean sneak a
peek, into the future of my fellow classmates.
Did I hear some one say, "You'll be sorry ?" Oh
well, here goes nothing.
I"ll concentrate my machine on Anne Svenson
first. The ray finds her at the Massachusetts
General Hospital, working as head nurse, and
that looks like Bob Ferestien, breaking his own
arm outside the hospital. Fink made a break for
the hospital in order to get a break from Anne,
In the same hospital, the ray spots out
Virginia Kelly in one of the wards, with a leg
and an arm elevated. Poor Virginia! She must
have been driving another car.
The scene changes, and I see Barb Schools
wearing stripes. Yup, she is up the river. She
finally got caught driving her car around the
common, past the cruiser, and without a license.
I turn the ray on Mary Lynch's name and
immediately I see the Bay State, as might be
expected., She must have bought the place, so
that she could be behind the soda fountain, when
a certain Charlie from Attleboro dropped in.
My ray picks up Norma Smith up on Chest-
nut Street. She is still living under the name
of Smith all right, but it's been changed to
Louise Falone's name now comes under the
ray, and I see that she has become a business
woman. She now owns and operates the Lake
Pearl Dance Hall. She decided it would be
cheaper to buy the place. Incidentally, she also
owns the bus line that goes over there. She
always did have trouble getting to Lake Pearl.
The ray picks up Janice Brown and Helena
jodice in their new dress shop, designing their
latest creation in a dress, "The Atomic Special"
or "Standing Room Only."
I see Carmelita Mandin has settled down in
a cute little bungalow, since she left town with
a hop, "Skip," and a jump.
There's June Egner and Mary Livesey, busily
engaged in writing their latest book, 'iThe Long
and the Short of It."
Herbert lllosher never took sports in High
School, but I see that he has finally found a way
to make up for the exercise he lost. He goes
to the horror movies twice a week and lets his
The scene flashes to Washington, as I focus the
ray on Phyllis Knox. She is a secretary to some
big shot. Foxboro High Office girls certainly go
Bob Tripp's name is up next, and a little
night spot comes into view. The sign post reads,
"Tripp's Terrific Tea Room." Edna Dumas is
working there as his cook. Her latest dish is
the "Dunker's Delight," a doughnut with a
Next I see Jean Beach playing her violin
in some symphony orchestra in New York. That's
a reflection from the days when she played in
the high school orchestra.
The ray flashes to Broadway, and we see our
old class comedienne, Delia Perkins, starring in
a play called, "Glamour Gal." She always was
an "Eyeful Tower," even in the "Senior Play
I put Roger Mann's name beneath the ray
and a football game flashes before me. The female
spectators, Cinstead of watching the gamej, are
all swooning over the new coach, who happens to
be none other than Roger. Times haven't changed
much, have they?
What's this? The radar ray spots the F. H. S.
cafeteria, and there I see Kathleen Sweeney, still
sitting there after all these years, trying to find
a way to get out of those benches gracefully.
The ray picks up Peter Groome coming down
the street and we see that he is now a gentleman
farmer. A11 he raises is his hat.
I see that Fran Smith gave up the ice business
and now works in a morgue. He is dissatisfied
with his work though. He says that it's too dead.
I see Francis Clark back in the F. H. S. Chem-
istry Lab, busily engaged in some sort of atomic
experiment. He is still determined to blow up
that lab one way or another.
I find Lena Narciso still eating at Sherwood's
Restaurant, and she still likes the food done up
I see Marjorie La Moulton is a blues singer
on the stage, on Broadway, singing the current
hit, "What Happened to My Mann ?"
Still focusing the ray on Broadway, I see that
Clare Kennedy is the star in a new M.G.M.
production entitled, "There'll Never Be Too
Many Women," or "Variety Is the Spice of
Life." Clare says that most of the trouble in
the world comes from Miss-Representation.
The ray spots Sally Inman in college, working
for a MRS. degree.
We see that Anita Burrill has married some
millionaire's son. It must have been a case of
love at purse-sight.
It seems that Alice Mowatt is raising dogs now,
and the ray picks her up, as she is walking down
the street with her prize spaniel and its quin-
The ray finds Jean Goodwin is a reducing
specialist. The sign outside her shop reads, "Come
In, What Have You Got To Lose ?"
The ray picks up Elizabeth McKay in a little
cottage. She married a radio comedian, and they
now have three little punsters.
Well, what's this that the ray is spotting out?
-An All Girl Orchestra. - What connection
could that have with my classmates? Why,
there is a man leading the orchestra, and it's
none other than Richard Hennessey, combining
his two weaknesses, music and women.
I see Phyllis Groome and Madeleine Weir
making a business of designing bathing usuits.
Their latest creation is the "General MacArthur
Swim Suit," guaranteed to land a man on any
The ray seeks out Freddie Smallwood, and
finds that he is still apparently trying to further
his education. He always was interested in visit-
I see than Joan Davison now teaches dancing.
Her latest step is the "Davison Twist."
Eudora Anthony became heiress to millions,
but due to the heavy taxes she says, "All I am,
or ever hope to be, I owe!"
Now I see an advertisement. It's an advertise-
ment of Frances Pigeon's latest concoction. It
reads "Is Your Pan Petering Out? Try Dr.
Pigeon's Triple Threat Tonic, a sure way to
The scene changes to the wilds of India, and
we see Marion Childs and Christine Myers
working there as missionaries.
Sylvia Potter has taken over Fannie Farmer's
business. Those years at Lowney's proved profit-
Jean Hoffman has been elected the best dressed
woman in the country since the Duchess of
Windsor died. She always dressed well in school.
I put Eddie Peterson's name beneath the ray
next, and look what happens. I see him at NBC
network. He has taken over the show "Can
You Top This", by a new program of jokes.
Pardon me, did I say jokes? The program was
entitled "Peterson's Punk, Preposterous Punsf'
His slogan is, "Laugh or Leave." Oh dear, to
think the American public will have to listen to
all that corn, as we Seniors do now.
The program was sponsored by Schu1z's
famous, invigorating, "Moo-Cow Milk," guaran-
teed to build you up or break you down. I knew
Johnnie would become a famous man, one way
Well that takes care of all of my classmates,
and I had better hide this machine before my
classmates take care of me in some unpleasant
manner, due to what my machine has prophesied.
I will now take my leave, hoping that no one
will take offense, because who knows what offense
I meant? That's my one ray of hope.
L. F. B.
We, the Class of '46, do hereby declare this
to be our last Will and Testament, and declare
it is not the truth, nothing like the truth, so help
To MR. HOYT, we leave our thanks for
a very "swell" year.
To MR. POTTER, we leave a deep sigh of
To THE FACULTY, we leave the memory
of the best class ever to enter F. H. S.
To THE UNDERCLASSMEN, we leave
a completely new set of erasers to replace those
worn out in this year's battle.
EUDORA ANTHONY leaves a book of
Emily Post's entitled, "Manners While Eating,"
to RUSSELL SCOTT.
JEAN BEACH leaves her typing ability to
FRANCIS "3-Words-A-Minute" DOLAN.
LORRAINE BRITTON leaves to take up
her position as a miner. She wants to dig Pete,
-peat, that is.
JANICE BROWN leaves a partly used bottle
of "Come Hither" perfume, several man traps,
and snares to JANET CI'm desperatel
ANITA BURRILL leaves a thermometer to
ANNE ENGLEY to see how high her blood
MARION CHILDS leaves a gag to
MARGIE MacKAY to help her keep her mouth
shut at all times. f
FRANCIS CLARK leaves to have a good
time with ALICIA MELLON.
JOAN DAVISON leaves her famous title
of "Butt-Fiend" to NANCY LILLYMAN.
EDNA DUMAS leaves a set of false teeth
to CHARLES LACEY to prove to him that
his bark is worse thanvhis bite.
JUNE EGNER leaves her marvelous genius
for poetical expression to LEIGH Shakespeare
Milton Poe GODFREY.
LOUISE FALONE leaves to become a taxi-
driver. It seems that plump drivers are the
style in Foxboro.
BOB FERESTIEN leaves a loaded gun,
several knives, a rope, and some poison, to be
used when anyone, who takes six subjects, can't
stand it any longer.
JEAN GOODWIN leaves a pair of ear-plugs
to MISS SHEVLIN so that she can go to next
year's Senior Play without embarrassment.
PETER GROOME leaves to help Van
Johnson take care of his feminine admirers.
PHYLLIS GROOME leaves BOB
ARDREY weeping and wailing in Room 1.
DICK HENNESSEY leaves several pictures
of Peaches to her old fan, JIINIMY ROACH.
JEAN N E HOFFMAN leaves singing
"Night and Day."
SALLY IN MAN leaves her sweet smile and
happy-go-lucky air to that tall, handsome Romeo,
HELENA JODICE leaves a television set
to BILLY FULLER so he can watch her every
minute. CGuess where she bought' it.J
VIRGINIA KELLY leaves a large piece o
green ribbon to GUY JODICE so he can cele-
brate St. Patrick's Day in style next year.
CLARE KENNEDY leaves. his athletic
powers to BRUCE QCharm Curll WEBER.
PHYLLIS KNOX leaves RUDY NAR-
CISO 55.00 to buy ANNE RUMINAS a new
pocket-book, in which to keep her personal belong-
MARY LIVESEY leaves her doll-like size
to BARBARA CURTIS.
MARY LYNCH leaves to become a model
for Borden's Milk Ads.
CARMELITA MANDIN leaves hoping to
"go to town" with a Skip.
ROGER INIANN leaves his high scholastic
standing to JOHN LYNCH.
ELIZABETH McKAY leaves her favorite
parking spot on Chestnut Street to JOHN
SHAHABIAN, for him and ANGIE.
MARGIE MOULTON leaves one for the
ALICE MOWATT leaves her ability to get
along with all of the teachers to ROY
HERBERT MOSHER leaves a reserved
seat in that certain theatre on Hanover Street
to CLAIRE PEACH. Then, she won't have
CHRISTINE MYERS leaves her quiet,
down-to-business attitude to those two jumpy,
jerky Juniors, CLARK and THRASHER, who
really need it.
LENA NARCISO leaves a 5100.00 bill to
LUMPY LOMBARDI, so that all students
can open their purses and need not be afraid of
having to give him any money.
DELIA PERKINS leaves her pin-up figure
to DONALD NEELY.
EDWARD PETERSON leaves, holding up
his good behavior, as an example, to HENRY
FRANCES PIGEON leaves reminding us all
that Smith Bros. give the most protection to
public speakers-"Chico" that is ....
SYLVIA POTTER leaves her vim, vigor,
and vitality to ALBERTA fLackadaisicalj
BARBARA SCHOOLS leaves a bottle of
arsenic to MR. GOODWIN. K
JOHN SCHULZ leaves that 1946 Chrysler
Truck, he goes around in, to EDDIE CCar-
FREDDY SMALLWOOD leaves to see
"Bubbles" in her new show.
FRANCIS SMITH leaves singing, "Oh,
Alice, Oh Alice! Where Art Thou ?"
NORMA SMITH leaves declaring that all
Smith families aren't in the ice business.
ANNE SVENSON leaves her lady-like mane
ners to SHIRLEY QSlineyQ COOK.
KATHLEEN SWEENEY leaves two over-
sized pillows to be used as ear-muifs to JOHN
BOB TRIPP leaves a pig to those well-known
pig lovers, ROCKWOOD, WOOD, AND
MADELEINE WEIR leaves a pair of
Polaroid Sun Glasses to any Sophomore who
can't stand the sight of Mrs. Lipner's red scarf
during Fifth Period English.
Our worldly possessions, having been disposed
of, we leave, hoping that no offense was taken
for none was intended.
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A Yearbook Staff
In presenting this yearbook to the public, we have sought in every way to make
it the best publication possible.
This year, the price was raised to 52.00 because we felt that this was an
unusually reasonable price for our yearbook compared with similar publications of
At this time, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Mrs. Alice D.
Brawn for the many hours she spent with us preparing our yearbookg to Miss Katharine
Hastings for the fine work she did in proof-reading our materialg to Mrs. Doris
Sullivan who supervised the typing: and to Miss Barbara Shevlin who gave us many
valuable suggestions and who also carried all our material to Bickford Engraving
Finally we express our appreciation to all who in any way, directly or indirectly,
made our yearbook possible. We thank sincerely all those who so kindly and
generously advertised in our yearbook or who were on our donor page. We urge
you to patronize our advertisers as much as possible.
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lil11r'mfr, liarhara fllllllfllll, Jarqflflinf Small, Jarnm Ljnrh.
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llomwlfw, IJIIVIHIIYI Fostfr, lVilIla lllgnffl, Slliflry DUH1lll.f,JlIIl7I!I1' fllfllllllf, Avllflllll Jo Inf I'l1anor AFIJVIII Bzullara AI1'1fJ
Ifurtou Nwuwll, R0lll'I'f ll"il.vo11, Ronald Tuz'nI'r, Josfph Nlxfl.
Sevuxui row lleft to rightb - l'iryinia Dorsfy, plllrz' I-Illfn, Pnirifia Dofwnx, Elizalufll 0 I 0117101 Jzan Randall -lun R51111
Paula Sllfll, Nanfy ollzfllony, JIUIIKI' Roafh, Barbara Thrashrr, qlIlflaiIlr Poffrr bjlfzla Truflson Aorma fan Rall:
Cllihlx, Lillian Parlewr, Ptllflflll Dumax.
Third row Heft to rightj - Sl1'ph1'11 I,lr1fi1'lIl, lValtrr Cook, lVallfr lllain, Thomas lI7l'6I'lf Jolla Sanfonl John llouanl
lfIlfIL'i11 I'11ml1'11ln'ryl1f, Jolla Balllfift, Rolfrrf B1'afz'1', Frm! Balerr, Cllarlfs fllIl!ll07lI Raymrzml llllhaj ll Illfam llolmn
FV'!llIl'l.Y Slfiu, lfIl4u'arIl lVarIl, Robfrt Smilh.
Fourth row Qleft to rightj - Lymzr' Carlrlon, Judith I4mlrrfw.v, Shirlfy Coyle, Rnlfanl Poftn Rnlnml W fszult Wzllzam
ll1',lf'1'l'!II1lI, Cllllflhl 1"l1Imlr'r.r, Frml I-I
nihony, Elvanor Fimllfy, Ellzallfth Gofvz Jounm fillltf Jam' Donolall
l'n'.vi1lfvzI - WII.l.IfXNI ROIILIN
l.lt'l'-1,I'l'.YlIlFlIf A IQIJWARD HtDSEl'I.'XN
Swrrtory - -I.-xNIz DUNOVAN
Treasurer - VIRGINIA DORSIZY
Green and Gold
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First row Cleft to rightj,- Captain John Schulz, Rohcrt Ardrcy, Leigh Godfrfy, Jamrx Roarh,Ed1win Crichton Rlrhard Flork
Francis Smith. M.
Second row lfleft to rightj -- Rohfrt FI'fF5fil'7l, Clan' Kr-nnfdy, Roy Bfllfkffl, Guy Jodirf, John Shahahian, Coarh Crrtusf
Coofh - JOHN P. CERTUSE
Captain - JOHN SCHULZ
Monagrr - FRANCIS CLARK
jrxislarzt Monagrrx - RUSSELL BENT
- WILLIA M lV1C.AI.ISTER
The 1945 football season was one of the most memorable in the history of
Foxboro High School. The members of the team will remember it for many reasons-
the privilege of working under Coach john P. Certuse, whose technique and knowledge
of football were so inspiring to the squad that he brought out the best talents in each
individual playerg the great victory over Nlanslieldg and the smart appearance and
hard work of our cheerleaders.
The members of the football team take this opportunity to extend their grateful
thanks to the faculty for its sincere cooperation, and to the townspeople for their
The results of the
season are given below: '
Foxboro '6 -If Weston 6
Foxboro 6,2 5 ' Stetson 19
Foxboro O Ashland 12
Foxboro 16 Medway 14
Foxboro Zyl Millis 0
Foxboro 6 St. Clements QSomervillej 6
Foxboro 13 Oliver Ames 13
Foxboro 14 Yarmouth 0
Foxboro 1+ Mansfield 0
Foxboro 26 Medfield 0
Extra! ! Extra!!
Hornet Stung By Fox!!
Over 30 long years ago the football rivalry between
Foxboro and lklansfield began, and for over 30 long
years Foxhoro was unable to prove its superiority. But
they couldn't "out-fox" us forever. On that memorable
afternoon of November 7th, more than 1,500 people
turned out to see Foxboro knock the sting out of the
f'Green Hornets" from lllansfield to the tune of 1-l' to 0!
The game started with Smith of Foxboro kicking off
to Mansfield. Capt. Eames received the ball on his own
30, and ran it back to his own 45. Uva and Kaye made
two quick first downs. On the next play Uva broke
away to Foxboro's I3 yard line, but the play was called
back because of an off-side penalty. The next play saw
Clark throw Kaye for a -l- yard loss. Kaye then punted
into Foxboro's end zone, and Foxboro took possession of
the ball on their own 20. VVith Ferestien and Brackett
smashing the line, and Shahabian going around the ends,
Foxhoro gained two first downs to the 45. Ferestien
failed to gain on the next play, and then a.Kennedy to
Smith pass was incomplete. Smith then kicked to Mans-
field's 15 where Uva ran it back 5 yards to the 20. In
the next three plays, Kaye and Uva picked up l-I- yards.
Then the quarter ended with Mansfield receiving a 15
yard penalty for holding.
The first play of the second quarter saw Uva getting
off a quick kick to Foxboro's 18. Brackett then hit off
tackle for a first down to the 30. A Kennedy to Schulz
pass was intercepted by Uva, who was immediately
downed. lfames was then thrown for a 10 yard loss on
an end around. An incomplete forward pass followed.
Then Palanza punted to Foxboro's 10 where Ferestien
ran it back to the 20. From this point on Foxboro had
complete control of the situation. Smith picked up 37
yards on an end around play to lX'Iansfield's -I-3. On a
double reverse Ferestien scampered around left end for
lq yards putting the ball on lX'lansfield's 2-l-. Brackett
then picked up 3 more yards through the line, and
Shahabian was stopped for no gain. A Kennedy to
Schulz pass placed the ball on the 9 yard line. Klansfield
was given a 5 yard off-side penalty, putting the ball just
four yards away from pay dirt. lt took Brackett just
two plunges through ,the line to score Foxboro's first
touchdown. Smith then kicked the extra point to make
it Foxboro 7, hlansfield 0.
Smith kicked off again. Uvaytook the ball on his
own 25, and returned it to the 42. Tarte came in at
right-half for hlansfield, and was thrown for a--l- yard
loss on the next play. On the next play Tarte again
carried the ball and was thrown for a 15 yard loss. Uva kicked out of bounds on
Foxboro's 43. The half ended with Tedesco intercepting a Kennedy to Schulz pass.
Uva kicked off to Foxboro to start the second half. Kennedy received the ball
on his own 9, and returned it to the 32. Smith was thrown for a 5 yard loss on an
end around play. Ferestien then picked up a first down on lVIansfield's 49. The next
two plays saw Brackett pick up another first down on Mansfield's 36. Ferestien and
Shahabian placed the ball on the 25 for another first down. Brackett then hit off tackle
to the 16, and again to the 9. Shahabian picked up 3 yards around end. Brackett
then hit pay dirt for the second and final touchdown of the afternoon. Smith kicked
the extra point making the score now, Foxboro 14, Mansfield 0. Smith again kicked
off to Mansfield with Uva running it back from the 12 to the 22. A pass from Tedesco
to Uva put the ball on Foxboro's 45, as the quarter ended.
Tedesco picked up 7 yards on the first play of the fourth quarter. On the next
play the whole line stopped Kaye for no gain. Capt. Schulz broke through and
knocked Palanza for a 5 yard loss. Kennedy intercepted a pass intended for Capt.
Eames: From here on it was all Foxboro as Kennedy, Brackett, Shahabian, and
Ferestien picked up yardage at will. When the Whistle sounded ending the game, the
ball was in F0xboro's possession resting on lVIansfield's 9 yard line.
At last, the worm turned!
R. E. Capt. Schulz Capt. Eames
R. T . Ardrey Rockwood
R. G. Godfrey Bolton
C. Roach Mason and Cooper
L. G. ' Crichton D'Agostino
L. T. Clark Tedesco
L. E. Smith Wheeler
Q. B. Kennedy Piccolomini
R. H. B. Ferestien Griffin
L. H. B. Shahabian Uva
F. B. Brackett Herrick
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Seated on Hoor Qleft to rightj - Jan1'tSpillanf', Barbara Schools, Sonja Clark. '
Seated tleft to rightj - Louixz' Falonr, Mary Sulliivan, Nanfy Lzllyrnan.
Standing Cleft to rightl - Coarli Barbara Slifwlin, llflarjorio Moulton, Phyllis Knox, Capt. Franfr: Pigeon, Carmrllta Mandzn
.Iran Buflzlfy, Virginia Kelly, Manager.
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Girls Baslketlba ll
Coarli - BARBARA SHEVLIN
Captain -- FRANCES PIGEON
Manager - VIRGINIA KEI,LY
Assistant Manager - CLAIRE PEACH
This year the Girls' Basketball Team had one of the most successful seasons in school
history. Out of the nine-game schedule, they won seven games and lost only two.
They opened the season with an upset victory over a strong Alumnae team. VVrentham,
VVestwood, and Attleboro then fell at the hands of the Blue and Gold. Mansfield invaded the
territory of Foxboro, and, like Foxboro, was yet to taste defeat. Even the victorious must fallg
Mansfield was defeated, and in the return game, Foxboro was beaten by the same live point
margin that had made them victorious. Westwood again lost to the F. H. S. girls. By the
heartbreaking margin of one point, Attleboro gave Foxboro her second defeat. Wrentham
proved unable to outmaneuver Foxboro, and they wound up their season with a win.
Much of the success of the team was due to the remarkable floor work of the guards.
Excellent teamwork and a tight
zone defense were the main features of their attack. The
forwards played a fast, determined brand of ball which proved very effective.
Foxboro students and townfolk alike are proud of the sportsmanship showed by the team-
win or lose.
The schedule is listed below
with the results:
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14 ,..,.. ...... W rentham 12
33 ....., ...., W estboro 29
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14 ..... ,...... M ansfield 9
14 ..... ,....,. M ansfield 19
12 ..... ,,.... W estwood 8
13 ..... ..,..,,. A ttleboro 19
17 ..... ..,.. W rentham 16
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First row Qleft to right! - I"ranfi.v Smith, Rohfrt F1'rf.vtiz'n, John Schulz, Rohfrl flrdrwy, Burton lkII'l'flIl7l1, Charlrx I,ar1'y,
K1'nn1'lh Pillsbury, Ralph Potter
Second row lleft to rightl - James iS'tz'in, Edfward Pflfrson, R0llI'7'f Tripp, Ilfrlzrrf Morhrr, Rudolph Narriso, John Murfnn,
Third row Cleft to rightl - Managfr Gforgr Lillyman, Brufr Wrhrr, Gordon lifrrirk, Lfigh Gndfrfy, William Lamb, Guy
.lotliug Edwin Crirhtun, Manager Richard Hfnnrssfy.
For the lirst time in the recent history of Foxboro High School an active track
team has been organized. The team has been appointed on a competitive basis and
includes .lohn Schulz, Francis Smith, Clare Kennedy, lfdward Peterson, Roger lklann,
Robert Ferestien, Herbert lllosher, -lolm Shahabian, Bruce Weber, Roy lirackett,
Richard Clark, Ralph Potter, lidward Crichton, Kenneth Pillsbury, -lohn Morton,
Robert Rockwood, and Burton llerriam.
The boys will compete in the 50 yard, 100 yard, 220 yard, -H0 yard dashes,
the half mile and the mile rung high jump and broad jumpg shot put and relay race.
Training will be included in the regular physical education classes under Coach John
P. Certuse. Uniforms will be furnished by the Athletic Association.
Three track meets have been scheduled for the team-lVlay ll, lnterscholastic
Track lXIeet at Foxborog May 18, Triangular Track lX'Ieet at Foxboro Cincluding
hlansheld and Oliver Amesj 3 June 1, South Shore Track hleet at Oliver Ames.
Best of luck in your new venture, Foxyl
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Um- nl rhi- mum' things lwmxlmro is prmul of is tliv smart 1lDlM'Zll'1ll1L'C of livr
Flin-i-i'li-:iili'is. Ni-wr has 21 murc cnrlii1si:isrin' group of girls lcd l"oxl1oru's clici-ring
l mlm-r tlu- sup:-rvismn ut lliss lizirlmrzm Blu-vlin, :xml with Kay Swccriuy :is their
Llziptziin, tllc girls pr':u'tii'r'cl 4-wry :1ftc'ri1um1 Pl'I'fl'L'I'lllf1 tllcir i'llc'c'l's. 'l'llc'y WCM' zlvtivc
iliiring lmtli flu- fourlvzill :mil lmskctlvzill sc-zisuiis, getting to :ill flu- 212111105 in spin- ot
lfu-i'5onc should give :L roiiaing cllvcr for tlic CllCCl'lC21KlCl'S of lfoxlmro lliglll
Puyi' Sixly- Thru
First row lleft to rightl - Ciillfll Barllara C. SlII"UllH, Emil fqllflllflff, Jran Bzzrkley, Sn11jaAClarl.r, 'A'IIflll1'I'7I .Sa1,'1'r'f1fy, ,"1I'llll!'l'.V
l'igwn11, l.II1ll.Yl' Ifalrnw, Sally Inman, Barlzara SI'lI00l5, Pllyllm Knox, flflflllflllll .lla11tl1n, William illr,-Il1.vf1'r, Coat!! Julm
Second row lleft to rightj - Nanry Iilllylfltlil, Claffr' Pt'a4'l1, Janet Spillane, l'irginfa Kflly, .llIllfjlII'lI' ,lIn11lIru1, .llary Slllllflfllll,
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'I'hird row lleft to rightj - Rllyfl' .llann, Roller! F1'r1'slifn, W'illiam Rrx, RllJ5l'llB1'7lf, l',1'ig1l1 Gotlfrfy, Rulffrl .-IrtIr1'y, ll'allarf
glflllll Guy lntlin' .lnlfn Sflllllz, Jamey Slfin, Jolln Fuller.
Fourth Rovw Clelt to rirghtj - Clan' Kfnnmly, Jolm Sflllfllllllllil, Jatnfs Rllllfll, I'-lillllflj Clark, .,lIllflllI"'LL' Sh'r'lr, Roy lirzlrlerll,
Donald 1l!1I'!lJlIl'l', Edfwilz Crirlzion, Rirlzard Clark, Franris Smztll, ClllUAlI'5 Laffy.
'lille xY2lI'Slty Club of lfoxboro High School is :in active athletic UI'gj1lIllZ2ltl0ll
composed of :ill athletes, girls and boys. who lmve ezirnecl one or more letters in any
sport. 'llhe fundznnentzil principle of the Varsity Club is to encourage gootl sports-
manship, for without it, the true purpose of pzlrtieiputing in sports is lost.
This year the Senior members will be given fitting ziwurds in reeognition of their
Bliss Shevlin und hlr. Certuse ure proud to have had the privilege of Coaching
such co-opQrz1tive and sportsinunlilte athletes represented in the Yursity Club.
fauna 1 .
The' rnuxic' lll'Il1ll'lllll'lll, nmln-r lhv :ihlc clircvtiuii uf Mr. I"i'cnlcl'ii' Xl lxcini
ix mn ul' lhi nm! inipuilint in ilu -cl ml
'. '- if :ind his assistant Miss lNl:1l'g:1i'cI lhinm-lly
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The- Ulu- Chili, whivh is opp-n for im-iiilwi'-liip tn :ill high wlmul stuulciitx is one nf thc lurgew " ' ' ""
., . . I, if nm tha l.iig,1 sl
nrg:iiiiv:iliun in thi- -clmnl. The purpose uf thi- Glu' Chili ix in gain cxpvriciivc in singing the lu-at vhurzil inusic, :incl l lximw
lhm- unc liuinlrcml ur iiiuri- im-iiiliciw rcgurcl thix piriml is un ol thiii fixuftu 'l'h' ll
. , ' 1, 1' '1' 1 ' Al ls XVIII' tha' p1'm'c1'cls frrnn ilu- .xlllllll
Q'mi1'i-It will lu- uwil lu pnrvliaiu- :i llll'IllIll'llll fur thc lzitc Mrs. N '
mlvvuliun lu Ihr lumix Zlllil girls of lfiixlmm lligh Sclnml.
elllu llllllllll, who, for inziny j'L'Zll'5, gave uf ln-i' llIIt'l'1'NI :ini
lhn' Uwliq-Nri':i, whivh nuiiilu-rs uliuut IWt'llIj"flYl', han givcn lllllllj' lmura uf lil:-zlsllw to thc svllonl in playing 111 :nam-iiilslii-5
:iml fur :i wlimil ul' nur sing wr :irv pruml in cnjuy such ai lilfgl' iii:-iiilwiwliip. .Xll nf us :ippi'm-Cizilv tha- liuuis uf l!l'1lK'Il1't' ihut
vnuhlv thi' ui'vln-strzi In gin' Nuvh mlm-liglnfnl pe-rfui'i1i:im'1-5.
Thr luinil, lllHlK'l' Mr, Kcinpfk mlin-vlinii, iiicm-lx third pm-riml un Mumlziys. This in-:ir it ininilwra ailiuul lwciilvllirm
pl:i-vm'i'x, ll ls jll'1lN'IlllL Fillilillj' :incl in tha' next fa-w j't'ZlI'h wc lnipc il will 4-njuy ll iliclillvn-I'sl1ip auth :ls wc haul ln-firm' thi' XVIII'
Mr. -luhn llixun, Mr, lfrvml join-5 and Mr. XY:illci' llulc 1ll'L'1l'llllllIljL thc players in sinaill grunpa :ind lhcir wurli is vvrx
G cc Cllmllb
lfiixr nm' llcft in rightj - l'l1ylli.r IXIIIIIX, Ivan Unmffuill, Syl1'ia Putlrr, .IIYIII lirzlrll, D1-lin Pl'I'A'ilI,Y, l,'ur1rn'lilf1 .ll1u1.lin, .Yurnm
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.llIll'.l' lj-z'r.i'1'y, .-Hi: 1' If7'lIfZL'll, l1lvI'l'ff1Il' l"rrJfl'f4 Hi. IK'l'l!lf7f,
'I'hir4l rnw ill-fr In rightl - Uilllllllll Lamlf, fillfilllfl' lcllflfllkiyllll, .llyrllw Ri4'lnll'il.i, .llury lfllll I,1lIlifl'V1', .llnfu llrllull, Rim
llI"'!'lll1', Iluzfl Dolan, Juyff' llurrmy, f:l'l'fl'lli!I' Urhvr, Dorothy Prix, l'l1ylli.f Ifollfy, limily If1'fgfgf.v, l.rulrlilw IJtl'l'Iv.l', .lulm
lfiilllrr, limi! .luIfn'lf'l.
lfnurlli row lla-li! tu righrl - lirlnr lI'uu.l, f.'lmr'lr,v Ryan, .lllfwrl lIllfI'lIlIl.1', SIIIHIIVI hillljlflf, iylllltj' llnq4'm'.l, .Iran liiiiklw-1'.
llurluun ffffnzruu, .Iliff Ifollfy, .lnurl Sfvillallr, lirlnw ll'wlfr1', Ruilulpll Nur'ri.w, Clark Ilaflzfllun, lfilgmr' f.vHl'lll.l,I.
lfillh ww fli-fl tn rightl - llurulil ljllfjllll, Rulfrr! Urrffiiuuuil,Ru1111liliYufu'lall,llulmlill'iL'r,.lu!1u .llurIu11, llilliufrz Ifullrr,
Fir. ' ' Ll ft to rightj - Rlfflllfd Truax, Rudolph 1VIlft'i50,.l0l1V7Z tgfllllllz, flnnf Sfvfnron, Edfward Prtrrxoll, Iflfwood .Maru
st low e
Second row Lleft to rightj -- Edfward Hoscpian, ,4l.l1frt K1-lly,In-gznm D0l'Jfj', Mrs. Brafwn, Wlllldm Mr.-Il1.vt1'r, ANI Rorhr
Student Co im all
Presidrnf - Joiix SCHULZ
l'i1'l"lJfl'SiIll'IIf - ROBERT ARDRIQY
Secretary-Trea.v1u'wr - ANNE SVENSON
l"m'ulty 11Il7'iA't'l'S - Amen U. BRAWN
Ronem' A. Gmrxnoix
'lille Student Council membership consists of three students from the Senior
Class, two representatives each from the Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman Classes
and two delegates from each class in the Junior High.
This year the Council in its business meetings has kept careful records and made
a definite study of parliamentary procedure. The President of this group has been
made bv the vote ot the Council the Captain ot the lllonitor Squad. Also legislation
has been passed providing for a complete monitor system ready to function the first
school day in September.
lxlilll' vleasinf and instructive assemblies have been ilanned entirely under the
5 l .
direction ot the Council. lior tuture projects some consideration has been given to
drawing up and adopting a code ot ethics tor our school and also to the compiling
of a handbook for the students of Foxboro High.
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Foxboro Senior Grange
Roberts Funeral l-lome
F. H. S. Music Department
lflllflllflllli XV. lil'lMPF, Supervisor
160 Tremont Strcct Boston, Mass
For many years the
Official l'l1otog1'apl1cr for Foxlioro lligh School
Special Discount Rutcs to all Students of
Foxhoro lligll School
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Class Rings and Pins
Diplomas - Personal Cards
Medals -- Trophies
Represented by - C. B. GOODXVIN
' Attleboro Office
FOXBORO COAL COMPANY
Lumber - Fuel Oils -- Paints
ffng , g Good
15 34383, 'r N For
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Along with that cherished diploma for which you
studied so hard, please accept the good Wishes of
your electric company. Good wishes for success in higher
education or business life! Good Wishes for your future
job of helping to build a better World!
E YOUR ILICIRIC SIIVANI'
Worcester Suburban Electric Company
Francis E. LeBaron, M.D.
Mr. S. C. Horne
"A F riend'
Miss Marion Chilson
Mrs. Irving Dudley
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brown
Mrs. Raymond Tripp
Mr. Everett Tripp
Cal's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon VVheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spencer
Mr. Edward F erestien
Miss Doris Knox
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pigeon
Class of '47
Mr. Joseph A. Sweeney
Mr. Albert Herschel
Mr. Frederick Moore
Edward Perkins, M.D.
"A F riend"
"A F riend"
"A F riend"
Samuel Law and Son
Mr. Emil Schulz
Joseph K. Lynch, D.M.D.
Mr. George Hebert
Mr. Walter Mann
Mr. Bill Davies
Miss Trudy Watson
Mr. and Mrs. Minot Inman
"A F riend"
Class of '48
Class of '49
Foxboro Businessmenis Association
Newton's Insurance Agency
Foxboro 5c - 5151.00
Ouimet's Drug Store
Peaclfs News Store
Moore's Dry Goods
Eclclie's Barber Shop
Nardellfs Shoe Store
Foxboro Service Co.
Bay State Drug
F. M. Perry
Foxboro Coal Co.
Milton G. Smith
Roberts Funeral Home
Cash Store I
The Mansfield Bleachery
jack lVlarshall's Restaurant
Specializing in Spaghetti and Ravioli
Steak Dinners - 2131.00 Lunches - 3.50
Open 12 A.M. to 12 P.M.
GAS IS THE IDEAL FUEL
0 for cooking
0 for refrigeration
0 for water heating
0 for house heating
Taunton Gas Light Company
Donald Reed East St., East F oxboro
"The Juke Box"
Delicious Sundaes - Soft Drinks - Fine Candies
In a refined atmosphere, with courteous service.
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