Foxboro High School - Red Fox Yearbook (Foxboro, MA)
- Class of 1951
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THE RED FUX
THE SENIUR CLASS
Foxboro H :gb School
With deepest appreciation for all his untiring efforts to establish a fine
school newspaper and to build a Winning track team-We, the Class of 1951,
dedicate this, the fourteenth edition of the RED Fox, to Mr. 'Charles F. Seaverns, Ir.
Not only has he shown this interest and enthusiasm for sports and
journalism, but he has instilled in all his students a feeling of pride for their
school. His Willingness to help students after school has been appreciated by all.
To Mr. Seaverns, who has been such a good friend to all, we say, "Thanks!,'
TO THE CLASS OF 1951-
Frankly, I Iind it a bit difhcult this year to pour out words of wisdom
and advice. I think you have a rugged road ahead of vou, but I don't know as
though I feel particularly sorry for you. The history of our country is one of trying
times and strong people who overcame the problems and diiiiculties. In other
words, we have prospered as a nation in spite of all sorts of obstacles and seem-
ingly impossible situations. VVith the welfare of my country at heart. I would be
amiss to wish you smooth sailing and easy times.
I think you will do all right. You will have to work hard for all you
achieve-it will not come by waiting. XVoodrow Wilson once said. "Everything
comes to him who waits-'provided he goes after what he is waiting for.' " That
makes sense to me.
Nlany people are alarmed at the condition of affairs in our worldg I
certainly am concerned. By now you are convinced that your inalienable right to
lead a normal life is to be, for a time at least, taken from you. You might well
become a little bitter. for while we preach democracy and the rights of the indi-
vidual. you will soon find that in these trying times you will not be consulted and
your dreams and wishes will be ignored. Bly telling you that the sacrifices you will
be called upon to make are for the purpose of preserving our American way of
life for those who will follow you, will give you little comfort or relief. I am afraid
that there will be days when you will feel you are "the goatv of a very demoralized
civilization. VVhen you reach that stage. l suggest you spend a few hours with an
American history book.
An unknown author wrote a few lilies I want to leave with you:-
"It's not the raps you get in life,
Nor the daily encounters with trial and strife,
But the way you face it. and fight it, and down it-
That makes you a man among men."
Good luck and keep your faith in God always.
Iona: B1.ACKHAi.i. Smrrrn,
Superintendent of Schools
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This is your commencement hour-it marks the first milestone of life
successfully reached. Whether you continue in some higher institution of learningg
or enter the Service or enter business Iieldsg you will encounter problems more
complex than any you have met heretofore. In any case your real education is just
beginning. The basic motive in our educational system is curiosity. Curiosity to
understand the philosophy of our great thinkers of the past and now a greater
curiosity to delve into the revelations being unfolded daily in this scientific age.
These problems are yours-you have more than average intelligence.
Upon you, the future prosperity of our nation depends. We have done our best to
make you good citizens. Seek the type of work that you should enjoy.
just a final word, strive to make those about you happy and you will
be happy yourself. Contentment generally assures success!
WINFIELD C. POTTER
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BARBARA Y. BALDWIN
Foods and Clothing
Manager Lunch Room
ALVIN H. BALL
IOHN D. BALL
,IOHN O. BARROVVS
GLADYS W1 BEERS
ALICE D. BRAWVN
IOHN P. CERTUSE
Director of Athletics
M. IRA DUBINS
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PIELEN PIAZEN LIPNICR
FRANK L. B IE'rCA1.F
CHARLES F. Su.-W1-:1xNs, Alu
School Paper Acloiscr
DAISY D. STNPP
Gcography ancl History Ennuslh
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JOANNE MARIE AIMON E
241 North Street EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Jo-Io is a bright little girl with lots of pep and sparkling good
humor. She can always be depended upon for an extra point in a close
basketball game or another "ad" for the yearbook.
Basketball '48, '49, 50, '51, FTL '49, '50, '51, Field Hockey '48,
'50, '51, FTL '48, '50, '51, Softball '48, '49, '51 FTL '48, '49, 51
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50,
51, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Committee '50, Glee Club
'49, '50, Orchestra '50, Band '50, Senior Play-properties, Varsity Club
'51, Girls' Sports 'Club '48, '49, '50, '51 Secretary Treasurer '50, Year-
book Staff-Business and Advertising Mgr., Pro Merito 50, '51,
Assembly Participation '50, School Paper-Circulation Mgr. '50, '51,
Girls' Chorus '50, Ring Committee '50, Lunch Tickets '48, Usher-
Glee Club Concert '48.
ALICE LILLIAN ALLEN
71 South Street SECRETARY
' Daintiness, nice complexion and a sweet disposition are all assets
of Alice. Her favorite pastime is square dancing.
Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Glee
Club '48, '49, Shorthand Award '51, Typing Award '51, Yearbook
Staff Typist, Office VVork '50, '51, Usher at Glee Club Concert '50,
Typed for X-Ray '51, Driver's Training '51, Lunch Counter '51,
Senior Play Usher.
NICHOLAS VVILLIAM AN AGN OS
145 North Street RADIO AND TELEVISION ENGINEER
It's a bird It's a plane! It's Nick's new carl Yes, whenever you see
a red car highly decorated with ornaments, you will know it is Nick's.
With his nice smile and wavy hair, he makes a hit with everyone.
V Athletic Association '48, 50, Senior Play-scenery, School Trans-
terred from, Boston Trade High, School Projects in Shop.
JUDITH LAVERN ANDREWS
151 South Street Pin'sioTHEn.-xPv fNURSlNCJ
Sketehing, writing, painting or singing,-name your art and look
to find Judy dabbling in it-and with astonishing skill, tool Her cheer-
ful disposition coupled with a serious, conscientious nature make her
a wonderful friend.
Basketball '48, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, Social Committee
'48, '49, '50, Prom Committee, Senior Reception Committee '50, Glee
Club '48, '49, '50, Senior Play, llarriet, Monitor '51, Yearbook Staff,
Poem, Office VVork '51, Pro Merito '50, '51, Assembly Participation
'48, '49, '50, '51, Class Day Honors, Poem, Girls State Alternate,
Magazine Drive Capt. '51, Dramatic Club '51-Sec.-Treas, Girls'
Chorus '50, '51, All State Chorus '51, Caps and Gowns '51, Class
NANCY NIAE ANTHONY
FREDERICK GEORGE ANTHONY
183 Mechanic Street NAVY
If you see a head and shoulders above the rest moving down the
corridor that's our Fred. In participating in football, basketball, track,
and the school newspaper he showed this school what a real all-around
Football '50, FTL '50, Basketball '50, '51, FTL '51, Track '48,
'49, '50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Athletic Association 48, '49, '50, Social
Committee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Varsity Club 51, Mon-
itor '50, '51, Yearbook Staff-Business and Advertising, Assembly
Participation '48, School Paper '50, '51-Rewrite Editor, School Tran-
ferred From, Davenport.
183 Michinit Struct PRIVATE SEC1xE'r.-mv
Nancy is a girl liked by all her classmates. ller good humor and
interest in sottball, basketball, and field hockey make her a favorite.
Basketball '50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Field Hockey '48, '49, '50, '51,
FTL '49, '50, '51, Softball '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '49, '50, '51, Social
Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception
Committee '50, Glee Club, '48, '49, '50, Senior Play-Usher '51,
Varsity Club '51, Shorthand Award '51, Typing Award '50, '51, Girls'
Sports Club '49, '50, '51, Yearbook Staff-typing, Oflice NVork '51,
Assembly Participation '48, '49, Student Council '51, Glee Club Con-
cert Usher, '48, Facility Play Usher, Red Cross Posters '48, Cate-
Senior Play, "Andy,"
THELMA AGNES BROVVN
154 County Street PROFESSIONAL SINGER
Little gal with a big voice! Thelma's petite figure and agility
made her one of our ablest cheerleaders. Her lively personality and
zip won her many friends and will certainly carry her through on a
Basketball '48, Field llockey '48, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50,
'51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Senior
Reception Committee '50, Glee Club '47, '48, 50, '51, Shorthand
Award '51, Varsity Club '51, Girls' Sport Club '49, Office YVork '50,
Assembly Participation '49, '50, '51, Cheerleaders '49, '50, Usher at
Graduation '48, Girls' Chorus '50, '51, Ring Committee '50.
ROBERT WILLIAM BEARCE
Oak Street GOLF
Voted "best line" and "playboy" in the Senior Statistics, Buzz his
1 special Wav with the opposite sex. He spendiliisl afternoons In the
First National, but at night he's "The Roving Int
Basketball '48, Athletic Association '48, '49, Glee Club 00
5 i ' LYNNE ALLYN CARLETON
48 Granite Street SOCIAL XVORR
A tall, good-looking-gal With a witty line and ready smile. Lynne's
interest and enthusiasm tor sports, dramatics, Canteen and other activi-
ties Will always be remembered and appreciated.
Field Hockey '48, '49, '50, '51, Co-Captain jr. Varsity '51, Ath-
letic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Social Com-
mittee '48, '49, 50, '51, Senior Reception Committee '50, Glee Club
'48, '49, '50, '51, Senior Play "Elizabeth", Typing Award '51, Girls'
Sports Club '49, '50, '51, Canteen Representative '49, '50, '51, Presi-
dent '51, Yearbook Staff, Music Editor, Pro Merito '50, '51, Assem-
blv Participation '48, '49, '50, '51, School Paper '50, '51-Circulation,
Dramatic Club '50, '51, Girls' Chorus '50, '51, Play Committee 01,
XYorcester Music Festival 51, Class Song.
RUTH EVELYN CHILDS
South Street Music
A sweet smile and friendly way makes up our friend Ruthie. Her
literary ability can be found in the F oxcaster for which she wrote in
har Senior year. Among her many interests, Ruthie likes music best of
Athletic Association '50, Glee Club '48, '49, '50, '51, Typing
Award '51, Yearbook Staff, Literary, School Paper '51-Feature
Editor, typist, Girls' Chorus '50, Senior Play, usher.
' 22 Leonard Street
town with his friend Dim.
Oak Hill Avenue COLLEGE
Our Assistant Editor of the Yearbook is really quite a girll She is
well mannered and soft spoken. Always neat, quiet, and refined, we
are proud to have known jane.
Basketball '50, '51, Field Hockey '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '50,
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50,
Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Committee '50, Glee Club
'47, '48, '49, '50, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, Senior Play, Irene, Year-
book Staff, Assistant Editor, Pro Merito '50, '51, Assembly Participa-
tion '48, '49, '50, '51, School Paper '50, French Club '51, Girls' Chorus
'51 Camera Club '50 Pla Committee '51 Honorar Member of
S ' 9 Y ' Y
Woman's Club '50, '51, Representative at Worcester Music Festival
WALTER HENRY COOK
One of the unsung heroes of the school, Hank was Mr. Seaverns'
right ,hand man last year as Track manager. He can be seen around
Track '48, '49, '50, FTL '49, '50, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50,
'51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Senior Pla ,
Ollicer, Varsity Club, Canteen Representative '50, '51, Yearbook Stag,
Photography, French Club '50, '51, Camera Club '48, '49, '50.
VIRGINIA MARIE DORSEY
242 South Street PHYSICAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR
NVith a line a mile long and fine sports ability, Ginny seems to
make triends wherever she goes. As a gym teacher her classes arc
sure to be filled.
Basketball '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '49, '50, '51, Field Hockey '48,
'49, '50, '51, FTL '48, '49, '50, '51, Captain '51, Softball '49, '50, '51,
FTL '49, '50, '51, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Com-
mittee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Com-
mittee '50, Class Officer, Treasurer '48, Orchestra '50, Band '50,
Senior Play, Properties, Varsity Club '51, Girls' Sports Club '48, '49,
'50, '51, Yearbook Staff, Sports Editor, Assembly Participation '48,
Usher at Graduation '48, School Paper '50, Cafeteria '48, Usher at
Glee Club Concert '48, Girls' Tennis Champion '50, Usher at Faculty
BEVERLY ANN DOUCETTE
Cross Street SECRETARY
Short, studious and an efficient class secretary for three years is
our Beyerly. Her quiet ways and serious expressions break out into
warm, triendly smiles that win a wealth ot friends.
Basketball '49, '50, '51, FTL '51, Softball '51, Social Committee
'48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee, Senior Reception Committee '49,
Class Officer, Secretary '49, '50, '51, Glee Club '48, '49, '50, Senior
Play, "Mercedes", Shorthand Award '51, Typing Award '50, '51,
Monitor '50, Yearbook Statt, History, Oflice WVork '51, Pro Merito
'50, '51, Assembly Participation '48, '49, Magazine Drive Captain '50,
Usher at Graduation '50.
PATRICIA KATHERINE DOWNS
Oak Street SECRETARY
Pat's nice smile and easy going disposition make her friendly to
all. Her nice clothes and slim figure all add to her many charms. She
likes knitting, making up unsigned petitions, and the color "Greene",
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, Social Committee '48, '49, '50,
Prom Committee '50, Glee Club '48, '49, '50, Senior Play, Usherette,
Typing Award '51, Ollice Work '51, School Paper '50, '51, Typist.
SHIRLEY BARBARA DUNDAS
55 Ncponsct Awiiiic Tl-IACIII-Ill
Shirlcy is our budding young actrcss. Bcsidcs acting, Shirlcy
writcs ycry wt-ll as prow-d by hcr work on thc school papcr. llcr
chccrtul, yct thoughtful naturc haw' lnadc ht-r a wondcrful fricnd and
Athlctic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Conunittcc '48, '49,
'50, Proni Connnittcc '50, Scnior Rcccption Coinniittcc '50, Glu- Club
'49, '50, Scnior Play, Laurcttc Carpcntcr Stylcs, Girls' Sports Club '49,
Monitor '50, '51, Ycarhook Staii' '51, Editorial, Pro N11-rito '50, '51,
Asscinbly Participation '48, '50, '51, Class Day llonors '51, Prophcsy,
Girls' Statc '50, Nlagazinc Driyc Captain '50, School Papcr '50, '51, . ' Q
Nlanaging Editor '51, Drainatic Club '50, '51, Prcsidcnt '51, Canicra If
Club '50, Nlarshal at Graduation '48, Nlcinorial Day Excrciscs '49, X, P .
D.A.R. Award '5l. ' . ,
it ELEANOR FLORENCE FINDLEY
141 South Strcct Guu.'s COACH
wcll as softball and ficld hockcy.
Baskctball '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '49, '50, '51, Co-capta
'51, FTL '48, '49, '50, '51, Athlctic Association '48, '49, '5
Award 51, Typing Award '50, '51, Girls' Sports Club '49, '5
Ycarbook Staff, Sports, Oificc NVork, '51, Drivcr's Training '50,
CONRAD CHARLES FLANDERS
207 Cocassct Strcct 'l'l':At:lHeli-Coactli
NVith his dominating, torccful pcrsonality, Connic is a grcat
lcadcr. As prcsidcnt oi thc class, quartcrback ot thc football tcani, or '
chairinan ot a dancc conunittcc hc provcd hiinsclt an all-round good
Football, '47, '48, '49, '50, l"'l'L '47, '48, '49, '50, Baskctball '48,
'49, '50, 51, llascball 47, 48, 49, Track 50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Athlctic
Association '49, '50, '51, Social Connnittcc '48, '49, '50, 51, Proni
Connnittcc 50, Scnior Rcccption Connnittcc '50, Class Officcr, Prcsi-
dcnt '49, '50, '51, Varsity Club '51, Monitor '48, '49, '50, '51, Ycarbook
Stall, "Sports Editor", Pro Nicrito '50, '51, Asscinbly Participation
50, '51, Boy's Statc '50, Usher at Graduation '50, School Papcr, '50,
'51, Sports Editor, Ring Connnittcc, Good Govcrnnicnt Day Rcprc-
Tall, sliin, and full of fun dcscribcs Elcanor. As co-captain of tht
Girls' Basketball tcaln, shc niadc a nanic tor hcrselt in this sport as
Fit-ld Hockcv '48, '49, '50, FTL '50, Manager '51, Softball '48, '49, '50
Glcc Club '49, '50, Scnior Play. Backstagc, Varsity Club, Shorthand
HIRAM DEXTER FULLER
180 Cocasset Street MARINES
With his good looks and winning smile Dex has proved to be one
of the most popular boys in the Senior class. As co-captain of foot-
ball, and a lighting tackle he proved that big things come in little
packages. He reigned supreme as king of the prom.
Football '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '48, '49, '50, Co-captain '50,
Track '50, '51, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Commit-
tee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Class Officer, Vice-President,
'51, Varsity Club '51, Yearbook Staff '51, Assembly Participation, Flag
Bearer, Transferred from Needham Junior High, Prom King '50,
43 South Street RETAIL BUYER
Nice clothes, an infectious giggle, and a bubbling humor are all
indicative of Joanne. VVe hear that she keeps the Fuller car and a
certain Attleboro fellow pretty busy.
Field Hockey '48, '49, '50, '51, Co-Captain Junior Varsity '51,
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, 50,
'51, Prom Committee, Publicity '50, Senior Reception Committee,
Senior Play, Backstage VVardrobe Mistress '51, Girls' Sports Club,
Yearbook Staff, Photography, School Paper '50, '51, Special Feature-
"Foxy" Typist '51, Student Council '51. Secretary, Education Week
Display '51, Red Cross '48.
SARAH LUCE FULLER
180 Cocasset Street EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Bright blue eyes, blond hair, and a friendly smile, make Sally
our pin-up girl. She has wonderful ability in basketball and a sincere
and friendly way which has won her many friends.
Basketball '49, '50, '51, FTL '50, '51-First Team Co-captain '51,
Field Hockey '49, Softball '49, '50, '51, F TL '50, '51, Athletic Associ-
ation 48, '49, '50, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, 51, Prom Committee
'50, Senior Play, Backstage Make-up Mistress, Varsity Club, Short-
hand Award '51, School Transferred from, Needham Junior High,
Typing Award '50, '51, Girls' Sports Club, Secretary Treasurer '49,
President '51, Yearbook Staff, Typing and Advertising, Office Work
'51, Pro Merito '50, '51, Typist for X-Ray Survey, Red Cross '48,
ELIZABETH AUDREY CAM MON
52 Main Street
Betty, our one and only red head, joined us in her Junior year
and won many friends. With her humor, she is sure to be a success as
Senior Play, Ushercttc '51, Typing Award '50, '51, Monitor '48,
Ollicc Work '48, '51, Assembly Participation '48, School Paper '51,
School Transferred from, Malden High.
THERESA CLAUDETTE CRISE
Pretty, sometimes quiet, and of a sweet disposition aptly describes
Theresa. Although she likes softball and basketball, her main interest
is-Dexter, of course.
Basketball '51, Second Team Captain, Softball '50, '51, FTL '50,
ELIZABETH ANN COVE
28 Sherman Street EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Betty is one of our most conscientious senior girls. Attractive and
always neat, she has a flair for being understanding and knowing the
right thing to do at all times.
Field Hockey '48, '49, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51,
Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Decorations,
Senior Reception Committee 50, Decorations, Glee Club '48, '49, '50,
Senior Play, Prompter, Girls' Sports Club '49, Canteen Representative
'51, Yearbook Staff, Advertising, Photography, Pro Merito '50, '51,
Assembly Participation '48, '51, Magazine Drive Captain '51, School
Paper '50, '51, Business Manager, Dramatic Club '50, Driver's Train-
ing Class '50, Usher at Facility Play '49, Typed for X-Ray Survey '51,
Monitor During Visitor's Day '51,
'51, Athletic Association '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50,
'51, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Committee '50, Class
Officer, Vice-President '49, Treasurer '51, Clee Club '48, '50, Senior
Play Nurse, Varsity Club '51, Shorthand Award '51, Typing Award
'50, '51, Girls' Sports Club '50, '51, Yearbook Staff, Typist, Oflice
Work '51, Pro Merito '50, '51, Student Council '49, '50, Usher at Clee
Club Concert '49, Red Cross '48, Typed for X-Ray Survey '51, Driver
Training Class '50,
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CERTRUDE HEYN E
40 Union Street
Combine blond hair and sparkling eyes and you'll come up with
Cert, whose favorite past times are having fun and collecting phono-
graph records. Her pleasing personality has gained her many friends.
Softball '49, FTL '49, Social Committee '49, '50, Athletic Asso-
ciation '48, '49, '50, '51, Glee Club '49, Typing Award '51, Yearbook
Staff, Typist, Office XVork '51. School Transferred from, Henry Ward
WILLIAM JAMES HEFFERNAN
34 Pleasant Street ELECTIIICIAN
Bill is a fellow of many talents. His flashing smile is a welcome
addition to any gathering. The Marines gain is our loss.
Football '47, '48, '49, '50, FTL '50, Basketball '47, '48, '49, '50,
Baseball '47, '48, '49, '50, Track '47, Athletic Association '47, '48, '49,
Social Committee '47, '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Senior Recep-
tion Committee '50, Glee Club '47, '48, Varsity Club '50, Canteen
Representative '48, '49, Assembly Participation '47, Magazine Drive
Captain '47, '48, Stock Room '48, Ring Committee '50.
WILDA CAROLYN HICNETT
351 Central Street AIRLINE HOSTESS
Efficiency personified-that's our Wilda. Her work on the Year-
book has certainly been appreciated by the editors and classmates
alike. A ready wit and cheerful disposition have won her friends in
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, Social Co11mIittee '48, '49, '50,
'51, Prom Committee '50, Glee Club '48, '49, Senior Play, Call Mis-
tress, Yearbook Staff, Typing Editor, Typing Award '50, '51, Short-
hand Award '51, Oflice Work '51, Pro Merito '50, '51.
RONALD DAMON HODGES
"BONNIE" - N,
24 Garfield Street Navy X
Talkative Ronnie, with his crew -cut hair and jovial manner,
ilways has a story or a friendly smile for his many friends.
Basketball '50g Transferred from Mansfield High School.
WILLIAM JOSEPH HOLMES
5 Pond Avenue NAVY
It's a tense yet exciting moment when Bill takes off for his high
jump. As track Co-captain he puts his whole heart into the sport. He
is usually seen everywhere with his pal jack.
Football '49, '50, FTL '49, '50, Track '49, '50, '51, FTL '50, '51,
Social Committee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Glee Club '49,
'50, Varsity Club, Play Committee, School Transferred from, Oliver
EDWARD STANLEY HOSEPIAN '
117 Central Street CHEBIICAL ENGINEER
As a chemical engineer, Eddie will no doubt keep things boom-
ing. Though he has a serious side and is a hard worker, Eddie IS
usually to be found in the midst of fun.
Football '48, Manager, FTL '48, Manager's Letter, Basketball
'48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Baseball '49, '50, '51, FTL, '50, '51,
Athletic Associationg Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '5lg Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Reception Committeeg Class Officer, Vice-President '50:
Varsity Club, Monitor '49, '50, '51, Pro Merito '50, '5lg Assembly
Participation '48, '51, Usher at Graduation '50, Dramatic Club '50-
' -' ' ' ' ' -' Cl l '49 '50,
Student Council 50, 51, Camera ui ,
NATALIE PRISCILLA JODICE
JOHN RAYMOND HOWARD
'KJOH N N Y"
21 Centennial Street CoLLEGE
John always stands out in a crowd. It's that brilliant orange neck-
tie. Voted best dressed by his classmates, his sharp clothes may only
be surpassed by his artistic skill.
Football '49, Basketball '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Co-
captain '51, Baseball '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '48, '49, '50, '51, Athletic
Association '48, '49, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee
'50, Senior Reception Committee '50, Varsity Club '51, Canteen Rep-
resentative '49, '50, '51, Monitor '48, '49, '50, '51, Yearbook Staff, Art
Editor, Pro Merito '50, '51, Assembly Participation, Class Day Honors,
Class YVill, Usher at Graduation '50, School Paper '50, '51, Camera
Club '49, '50, Ring Committee '50, Marshal at Graduation '48.
Spring Street COI.LECE
A liyely little lass who has Won many friends among her class-
mates. Natalie has run many a tood sale tor us in addition to her many
Field Hockey '49, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social
Committee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Com-
mitte '49, Class Otlicer, Secretary '48, Treasurer '49, '50, Glee Club
'48, '49, 50, '51, Senior Play, Properties, Girls' Sports Club '49, '50,
Yearbook Staff, Art, Ol'Hce XVork '50, Cheerleader '50, '51, Usher at
Graduation '48, '50, School Paper '50, '51, Dramatic Club '50, '51,
Girls' Chorus '50, '51, Ring Committee, Treasurer '50, Senior Play,
DIMITRI ARIST LINARD
Chestnut Street ,ARCHITECTURE
Dim excels in art and photography. YVith his quick understanding
and genuine friendly outlook, he is well liked by all. His classmates
showed their high opinion of him when they voted him "Most likely
Track '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom
Committee '50, Senior Reception Committee, Glee 'Club '48, Senior
Play, Dr. Hollister, Varsity Club '51, Monitor '48, '51, Yearbook Staff,
Photogra hv El't ' P M ' '. ' ' ' - ' '
p , cior, ro erito 50, Assembly Participation 50,
Magazine Drive Captain '48, School Paper '50, '51, Camera Club
Stevie returned to us in the middle of his Senior year. His cute
smile and pleasing personality make him a welcome addition to any
Football '48, Baseball '49, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, Social
Committee '48, '49, '50, Shorthand Award '51, Typing Award '50, '51,
Yearbook Staft, Typing, Office Work 51, Assembly Participation '48,
CORIN NE MARIE
10 Mechanic Street
A quiet manner and neat appearance identify Corinne. Her spare
time is taken with her work at the local movie theater. Her ambition? .
-to be a secretary, and wc wish her the best of luck in her work.
Athletic Association 48, '49, '50, Social Committee '48, '49, '50,
'51, Prom Committee '50, Decorations, Senior Reception Committee
'50, Clee Club '48, '49, '50, Senior Play, Usherette, Shorthand Award
'51, Typing Award '50, '51, Yearbook Staff, Typist, Office Work '50,
'51, Faculty Play, Usherettc '49, Lunch Counter '51, X-Ray Survey,
Typist '51, Glee Club Concert '48, '49, '50.
JOHN DANIEL MCALISTER
15 Baker Street UNDECIDED
As Jack is descended from a long line of track stars, you should
have no trouble recognizing him running from one Boston subway
train to another. His goal? To pass along the torch of Senior tradition
burning more brightly than before.
Track '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, Prom Committee '50,
Yearbook Staff, Photography, Assembly Participation '48, '49.
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Pro Merito '50, '51,
DONALD ELWOOD MOSHER
Sand Street UNDECIDED
If you should see a tall, personable young man with a smile on
his face, it's sure to be HMO". An ardent science student and member
of Pro Merito he is sure to be a success in any field.
ELEANOR GRACE NELSON
174 Spring Street COLLEGE
Ellie with .her big, limpid brown eyes and slick, fashionable
clothes is one ot our snappiest cheer leaders. Certainly her secretarial
ambitions will be deeply appreciated by some lucky boss.
Basketball '48, Field Hockey '48, '49, Athletic Association '48,
'49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee 50,
Senior Reception Committee '49, Glee Club '48, '49, Senior Play,
Jennifer Cherry, Varsity Club '51, Girls' Sports Club, '49, '50, Mon-
itor '50, '51, Yearbook Staff, Literary Staff, Pro Merito '50, '51, Cheer-
leader '49, '50, '51, School Paper '50, '51, Dramatic Club '50, '51,
French Club '51, Prom Queen '50.
BARBARA JEAN NEVERS
35 Baker Street Ain LINE HOSTESS
Barbara with her combination of sophistication, nice clothes, and
sweet smile, has won friends among classmates and townspeople as
well, for she is a popular waitress at Hanna's Restaurant.
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49,
'50, '51, Glee Club '48, '49, Senior Play, Make-Up Mistress, Typing
Award '51, Girls' Sports Club '51, Office Work '50, '51, School Paper
'50, Dramatic Club '51, X-Ray Survey Typist '51, Driver's Education
'51, Visitor's Day Monitor '50. I
lil Nl:-clmiiic Stu-ct N.u'AL Alu l'l0llCI-I
you suw 4-itlu-r tlu' Cliristnms usscnilwly or tlu' sc-
liim- sw-n sonic of Burts lnuuliworlc. Bi-siclcs win-lzling ai nu-un lm
ul sings' llflllllllg uncl sccna-ry construction. Burt is known lor lus
liusvlmll i' '. .
Cnnnnitta-c '49, '50g Proiu Coininittcn-1 SL-nior llay, Su-iicryg Drzunutic
Clulm '5l1 Cin
l5L. Spring Stu-it
Sliort, sliy, uncl quim-1, ulwuys witli 4 1- 1'
.Mlm-r Lll'3lllll1lllUll lu- lc-uw-s to join liis lmrotlu-rs in tlu- Navy.
.Mlilm-tic ,Xssouiutiou '48, '49g Typing :Xwurcl ,5ll.
nvru Clulx '-18. '49,
RTON CAMPBELL NENVELL
uior play, you
Us 'Til' Atlilvtic Associutiini '48, '49, '50, '5lg Socinl
RICHARD BRUCE NEWELL
96 Nortli Stu-vt ljll,-Xl-"l'SXl.XN
Lck is ilu- lun loving Mlittlv lllilllyj ol tlu' Svnior n-luss. llis grunt
uc-ting ulmility is provvcl lmy luis lini- pvi'loi'inui1ci-s ut ussvinlilivs uncl in
flu' Senior play.
ill-tic Association '-18g Son-iul Conunittci- '49, '5llg Prmn Coni-
' oc '59 Svnioi' Pluv. lliu'i'ict's Song Typing Awurcl '5l: Asscinlmlx
lurticipution '48, '511 Dniiluitic Clulm '51.
7 - NAVY
1 lri nclly sniilc- cle-scriln-s -loc.
ADELAIDE POTTER A
88 North Street SECRETARY
Adelaide is always lots of fun and has many friends. She likes
working in the oihce. Her easy going ways and her ability in the
Commercial Course will carry her far.
Field Hockey '48, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, Social Com-
mittee '48, Senior Reception Committee '50, Clee Club '48, '49, '50,
Senior Play, Usher, Shorthand Award '51, Typing Award '50 '51-
Yearbook Staff, Typing, Oflice Work '50, '51, Assembly '48. ' ,
88 North Street AIR FORCE
Quiet, ambitious, husky, Dick enjoys square dancing. A reliable
member of the track team, he is an earnest, and valued friend. His
Air Force ambitions are sure to be realized.
Track '48, '49, '51, F TL '49, '51, Social Committee '48, '49,
Varsity Club '51.
JEAN NANETTE RANDALL
21 Gilmore Street SECRETARY
Brown hair and dark brown eyes describe Jean, a serious student,
with friendly ways, and a friendly smile. Her main interest is softball,
and this year she is the manager of the girl's team.
Softball '50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Manager, Athletic Association '48,
'49, '50, Social Committee, Tickets and Refreshments '49, '50, '51,
Prom Committee, '50, Clee Club '48, '49, '50, Shorthand Award '51,
Typing Award '51, Yearbook Staff, Literary Staff, Oilice Work '51,
Pro Merito '50, '51, Play Committee, Prompter, Lunch Counter '51,
X-Ray Survey '51, Clee Club Concert, Tickets '50,
IANICE HELENE ROACH
315 Liberty Place TELEPHONE CJPERATOR
As a peppy cheerleader Jan is tops! She is active in every sport
and interested in clothes and in boys.
Basketball '50, '51, FTL '51, Field Hockey '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL
'49, '50, '51, Softball '49, '50, '51, FTL '49, '50, '51, Athletic Associa-
tion '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49, '50, '51, Glee Club
'48, '49, '50, Senior Play, Wardrobe Mistress, Varsity Club 51, Girls'
Sports Club '49, '50, '51, Cheerleader '51, School Paper '51, French
Club '51, Girls' Chorus '50, '51,
WILLIAM BRADFORD ROLLINS
24 Mechanic Street ARCHITECT
His llashing smile has won Bill a host of friends. For Bill, one of
the Inost popular boys in our class, was active in all sports. As Hubert
in the Senior Play and as a member of the Dramatic Club, he has
shown his ability in acting.
Football '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '48, Manager '50, '51, Basketball
'48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '50, '51, Baseball '48, '49, '50, '51, FTL '49,
'50, '51, Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, Social Committee '48, '49,
'50, '51, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Committee '50,
Varsity Club, Canteen Representative '48, Monitor '48, '49, '50, '51,
Yearbook Staff, Art, Senior Play, Hubert, Pro Merito '50, '51, Assembly
'50, '51, Class Day Honors, Class VVill, Usher at Graduation '50,
School Paper '50, '51, Dramatic Club '51, Student Council '51, Camera
Club '49, 50, Ring Committee '50.
VINCENT IAMES ROMIGLIO
269 Chestnut Street ENGINEER
You might call Vinnie the Dr. Anthony of the Senior Class for,
it there are any ponderous questions to be answered, he can answer
them. NVe will long remember Vinnie as the 1110512 respected member
of our class.
Pro Merito '50, '51, President.
JOHN LEONARD SANFORD
South Cross Street FORESTRY
Jack was one of our first classmates to join the service. With his
rugged build and pleasing smile Jack is sure to be a success as a
Football '47, '48, '49, ,505 Track '47, '48, ,495 FTL '48, ,495 Social
Committee ,48, '49, '50g Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Com-
mitteeg Orchestra '47g Band '47, Canteen Representative ,485 Stock
THALIA MARGARET SCHAEFF ER
Box 122 West Street NUTRITIONIST
Thalia, who has done so much for our class all through high
school, will never lack friends. No one will ever forget the big cakes
she has brought to every occasion and those extra-special Thanksgiving
Girlys Basketball Manager '50, '51, FTL ,50, ,51Q Cirlls Field
Hockey Manager ,48, ,49g Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, 51, Social
Committee ,48, '49, '50, '5lg Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception
Committee '50, Glee Club '49, ,505 Senior Play 'KVida"g Varsity Clubg
Monitor ,515 Yearbook Staff, Advertisementg Assembly Participation
'51, School Paper '50, ,515 Advertising Manager, Girls, Chorus '51.
FRANK HERMAN SCHULZ
"F RAN KU
173 Green Street ACCOUNTANT
Frank will always be remembered by all his classmates. He has
brightened many dull moments and classes by his dry humor.
Football '49, ,50g Assembly Participation '48, '51, School Paper
,51g Dramatic Club ,51.
NEIL BLACKHALL SMITH
51 South Stix-vt Pil1uQNo1.oc:is'r
A witty c'oiix'vrsutiounlist, Na-il lincls huuioi' in any situation. 4
lun-lu'i's uncl stuclm-nts alike lincl t'I1i0Yl11l'llt in his slmrp, 11-ucly wit.
lialslwllnlll '48, '49, '50, '51, l"'l'L '49, '50, '51, 134151-lmll '51, 1"'l'L
'51 '1'llc1x '50 Xthl ' -M 't' '50 51 Sci' P11 ' L11
' - 1 ' 1
Din-clout Varsity Clulmg Yvni'hook Stull, I,ih'i'ai'y Editor, Pro Mc-rito
50, '51, School '1'l'1l1lSll'I'l'l'l1 lroui, Stockhriclgv, Mass. OVi1li,uns lligh
Schoollg Cguuc-ru Cluh '50,
.- vm- . .'SUL'12llUI1 - , - 1 . -nor ay, 'lu-lniiu
ROBERT ALLISON SMITH
18 Clcnwoocl .-Xvviiiiv U. S. Nlfxiiixi-is
CIOOC1-11Ll11l1'i'C1, l'un-1oving4xx'itli his llnsliy i1SS0l'Il11L'l11 ol' tivs unc
clcup voicccl rc-ni.u'lQs, Holi will long ln- l'l'lll4.'lIIl7l'l't'L1 as thc Lou Cos
tcllo ol the L-Liss.
Sc-nior 1'liiy-Stugc Couiniittwg Athlm-tiv Association '48, '40, '50,
CARHETT MICHAEL SPILLANE Q4
l1ucl's 1il1l'Il1S uri- umlix' .incl i'n1'im-cl null hc is L'l'l'11l1l11j' thi' lmail-wi
llll'll1lN'l' ol tha- SL-niox' ulnwsi Svrious onu minute- nncl laughing thv nvx .
you'1l lincl him cloing his iuuny lgislcs with nary an complaint, hut llhlllf'
cuptuiiig Allilc-lic Association '48, '49, '50, '51: Social Coinuiittva- '48
'40, '50, Prom Couunittu- '50g Class Olliu-r, 1'rc-siclmit '48, Xlonitor 48,
'49, Ya-nrhook Stull, liclitoi'-in-Chic-fg Ollim- NVork '51, Pro N11-rito '50.
'5l: Axscuilily Pau'ticipn1ion '48, '49, XIRIHQIZIIM' Drive Captain -
Ushvi' ul Crucluution '48, School 1'Ll1X'l' '48, '50, '51, Eclitor-in-Cliicf:
Stuclm-nt Council '48, Ciiimwm Cluli '48, '49, '50g Play Couunittcc- '51,
ncllorcl Stn-vt 1'1lA11XlACIS'l'
'48, '1'l'ilL'li '48, '49, '50, '51, 1"'l'L '49, '50, '51, Co-
FRANCIS DANIEL STEIN
East Street DETECTIVE
If you have ever ridden in Butch Stein's fabulous Packard you
will realize what the new B-36 is like. We all wish Butch the best of
luck in his chosen profession, but how will he ever shadow anyone
with his car?
I lSocial Connnittee '51, Senior Play, Stage Manager, Dramatic
C u 1.
Central Street SECRETARY
Ioan joined us in her senior year, transferring from Brighton High.
Sparkling brown eyes and shiny black hair all add to her charms. Her
work at the local 58110 and her interest in music and dancing keep
her busy after school.
BARBARA MAY THRASHER
252 Central Street UNDECIDED
Her sincere and friendly Ways have Won Barb many friends. She
likes sports and is a loyal rooter for all our teams. A grand person to
know and one we-'ll always remember.
Athletic Association '48, '49, '50, '51, Social Committee '48, '49,
'50, '51, Glee Club '48, '49, '50, '51, Senior Play, Backstage, Typing
Award '51, Girls' Sports Club '48, '49, Yearbook Staff, Typist, Office
1Vork '51, School Paper, Typist '49, Girls' Chorus '50, '51, Driver's
Education '50, X-Ray Survey Typist '51.
Assembly Participation '50, '51, Dramatic Club '50, '51.
RONALD ANTHONY TURNER
Spring Street Biocnmnsr
Froggie's madcap driving and speed afoot will long be re-
membered by his classmates. NVe all wish him the best of luck in his
Track '51, Cleo Club '49, '50, Orchestra '49, '50, Band '49, '50,
150 Spring Street
One of the biggest boys in our class, Eddy
biggest smiles. He has played baseball for tour ye
a great addition to the basketball team.
Basketball '51, FTL '51, Baseball '48, '49
Athletic Association '48, '49, Social Committee
Committee, Senior Reception Committee, Senior
' itor '48, '49, '50,
RICHARD GARDNER WESCOTT
Lakeview Road AERONAUTICAL ENGIN1-:Eu
Airplanes-airplanes-and more airplanes, Dick never tires of
seeing them or talking about them. A big wide grin and a mop of red
hair also serve to identify this friendly fellow. Although at the end of
the alphabet, he is tops on our list of grand people.
Baseball '51, Athletic Association '48, '49, Social Committee '48,
'49, '50, Prom Committee '50, Senior Reception Committee '50, Senior
Play, Setting and Lights, Camera Club '49, '50, Monitor '49.
EDVVIN LEON VAN DEN BERGHE
also has one of the
ars and this year was
48, '49, '50
'50, '51, FTL '51,
. i f
HB UBB LESH
Bird Street UNDECIDED
Although "Bubbles" is small in stature you will find him bi '
. g in
heart. To a small circle "BubblesU is both a loyal and true friend.
Vice-President ,....i... Dexter Fuller
Secretary ....,..... ..,... B everly Doucette
Treasurer ...,,. ..... T heresa Grise
"To open the door of success, you must first gain the key of knowledgev
Maroon and Silver
5: L ,
L N 5.
First row fleft to rightj: Eleanor Nelson, Shirley Dundas, Gladys Beers, Garrett Spillane, Editor in Chiefg Jane
Donovan, Neil Smith, XVilliam Rollins. Second row: Joanne Aimone, Lynne Carleton, Ruth Childs, lean Ran-
dall, Judith Andrews, Beverly Doucette. Third row: XVilda Hignett, Dexter Fuller, Conrad Flanders, John
Howard, Dimitri Linard, Virginia Dorsey.
The Yearbook Staff
GARRETT SPILLANE, Editor-in-Chief
-IANE DONOVAN, Assistant Editor
Dimitri Linard, Editor
BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING
-Ioanne Aimone, Editor
Dexter Fuller, Assistant Editor
Conrad Flanders Sally Fuller
XVilda Hignett, Editor
Elizabeth Gammon Patricia Downs
Elizabeth Gove Adelaide Potter
Iohn Howard, Editor
Conrad Flanders, Editor
Virginia Dorsey, Editor
Lynne Carleton, Editor
Sally Fuller Edward Hosepian Wfilliam Holmes Ianice Roach
This is a pensive time,
This final year,
WVhen, donning caps and gowns
We do appear
And take a humble seat
Among the rest,
These friends We've known and loved
And called the best.
WVe're leaving here, and
Entering a life
In speedy times, and sorry
State of strife.
Our knowledge, we do pray. will
Bring a cease
To wars, and then a world
Of lasting peace.
But if we hope to gain
These blessings, too,
There is one thing that we
Will have to do.
WVe'll love our Cod and neighbor,
Our lives, to gain the goal
That He has set.
Page T hirty-three
By BEVERLY DOUCETTE
The Members of the Class of 1951 take
great pride in presenting an account of their
class history and welcome this opportunity
to present it to the public. It is one filled
with many happy memories which we will
carry with us throughout life. Our only hope
is that yours will be as happy a one as ours.
A somewhat nervous group of Fresh-
men entered F.H.S. in September of 1947
admiringly observing those lucky Seniors
and wistfully wishing that we were as far
advanced. But wishful thinking was getting
us nowhere. So we became resigned to our
"fate" and soon got down to business. After
a few weeks of getting acquainted with the
teachers and the curriculum-getting "set-
tledv so to speak-the time came to elect
officers. Out of a large number of candi-
dates, these four emerged victorious. Presi-
dent, Garrett Spillane, Vice-President, Ed-
ward Hosepian, Secretary, Natalie Iodiceg
Treasurer, Virginia Dorsey. Soon prepara-
tions got under way for our first big event
-The Freshman Social. Vivid decorations,
good music, good food, and a large crowd
all helped to make our first major under-
taking a wonderful success.
September 1948 rolled around after
what seemed to be a two-day summer vaca-
tion and we made our debut as Sophomores.
Conrad Flanders took over as Class Presi-
dent, Theresa Grise as Vice-President,
Yours Truly as Secretary, and Natalie Iod-
ice as Treasurer.
For our Sophomore Social we decided
on decorating the hall so as to produce an
under-water effect. The idea went over well
and the affair was, like that of the previous
year, a rewarding success.
This, our Iunior year, proved to be our
busiest and most eventful one thus far.
Experienced students were elected to
hold class offices, each one having a previ-
ous year in office. Conrad Flanders began
his second term as President, as did Beverly
Doucette as Secretary, Natalie Iodice as
Treasurer, and Edward Hosepian as Vice-
Time progressed along. We chose a
Ring Committee, selected our rings and
waited patiently for them to arrive. In due
time our patience was rewarded and the
rings arrived at last. Everyone expressed
satisfaction with them and from then on we
wore them proudly and seized upon any
opportunity to show them off to the under-
classmen and all our friends.
For a change of pace we decided to
hold our dance Mexico style. Realistic Mexi-
can decorations were made up by the well
known artists of our class. And once again
our class "touch" didnit fail us and once
more we claimed another success.
And then, those magic words, the
junior Prom. A Hurry of work followed
and busy Iuniors began making decorations
and getting things ready for the big event.
That old problem-money-was partly
solved by holding a few Food Sales to build
up our Treasury. But the hard work and
effort was certainly worth the enjoyment
everyone had that night of May 12. King
Dexter Fuller and Queen Eleanor Nelson
reigned over the most Gorgeous Prom any
class ever put on. The weather outside
c0uldn't have been better, the music was
delightful, and the gowns were an exquisite
array of blues, pinks, whites and yellows.
Listen to the cheering! Well of course!
Why not? We had become Seniors at last
and we were proud of that title-the most
sought after title among the underclassmen.
To lead us through this, our fourth and
final year, we chose Conrad Flanders for
President, Dexter Fuller, Vice-Presidentg
Beverly Doucette, Secretary, Theresa Grise,
Treasurer. Soon after, plans were made for
our social and we agreed to put on an
informal Barn Dance. When the smoke
cleared, we found ourselves 375.00 to the
better and to say that we were surprised
would be putting it mildly.
A Play Committee was chosen and got
to work on the task of reading over a num-
ber of plays and selecting a suitable play
for presentation on the stage. It soon an-
nounced its choice of "Ring Around Eliza-
beth", a comedy in three acts. Along about
the same time, The Year Book Staff began
work under the direction of Editor-in-Chief
We worked earnestly to make these
two important events successful.
Our story is ended, the time has come.
And before we leave dear F.H.S. to take
our places in this unsettled and tense world
we would like to take this opportunity to
thank sincerely the members of the faculty
and all our friends for the wealth of knowl-
edge bestowed on us to guide us in Olll'
uncertain future and for the many happy
memories which we shall carry with us.
By AIOHN HOWARD AND WILLIAM ROLLINS
YVe, the class of 1951, being physically unsound, mentally, unreliable, scholastically
deficient, spiritually lost, and intellectually numb, sacrifice the following bequests as our last will
and testament to our most unworthy successors C who are so badly in need of any sustenance
however meager, that we, the beloved might give.Q-
To the F aculty-we leave our utmost repen-
tance for all the sins which we, from time
to time, most grievously have committed
by thought, word, or deed against thy
divine majesty, provoking most justly thy
wrath and indignation against us. The
remembrance of them is sorrowful, the
burden of them intolerable.
To the Juniors-we leave our mature views,
our keen mental capacities, our polished
analytical powers, and our thoroughly
developed intellectual abilities.
To the Sophomores-we leave the example
of a class that always came to school
Monday mornings with their lessons well
To the F reshmen-"Get out of town before
itis too lateln
Joanne Airnone-leaves her deadly eye on
the basketball court to Elizabeth "Drib-
Alice Allen-leaves one of Hutchinis toy
lawnmowers so a certain faculty member
can get a haircut.
Nick Anagnos-leaves his ability to make
out with out of town women to Ron "the
Judy Andrews-leaves her artistic ability to
that rattlebrained Rembrandt Dianne
Fred Anthony-leaves on his hands and
Nancy Anthony-leaves her powerhouse cut
on the softball team to Doret "swing and
Buzzy Bearee-leaves his position as Com-
munist leader in the Problems class to Ed
Thelma Brown-leaves on tiptoes.
Lynne Carleton-leaves her ability to look
nonchalant while holding a high note to
.Ioyce "the thrushi' Gaiford.
Ruth Childs-leaves her ability to say so
little so much to Heather "I Was vaccin-
ated with a recording needle' Gilman.
Hank Cook-leaves the fabulous tales of
his love life to that captivating lover
Lucien "Heart-breakerv Turcotte.
Jane Donovan-leaves some of her excess
gray matter to Al "General Math is my
Virginia Dorsey-leaves her outstanding
athletic ability to Yvonne "jelly-joints"
Beverly Doacette-leaves the class records
with all our secrets of making money on a
social to the poverty-stricken underclass-
Patty Downs-leaves Greene with envy.
Shirley Dundas-leaves her all-round driv-
ing ability to Al "floor it-here comes a
Eleanor Findley-leaves the secret of her
"altitudinous" growth,-a box of Gro-Pup
and a sack of Vigaro-to Shirley Guerrini.
Connie F landers-leaves to become a pro-
fessional football player for the Addis
Ababba Ethiopians, that sensational
African barefoot team.
Dexter Fuller-leaves his Arthur Murray
dancing technique to Nel "they're playing
our songl' Lavigne.
Joanne Fuller-leaves a new training rou-
tine, arrived by mad sprints across the
street to reach school on time, to Mr. Sea-
verns for HIS track team.
Sally F uller-leaves her shapely legs to joe
"live got athleteis foot up to my knees"
Betty Gammon-leaves her natural red hair
to Patsy 'Tve dyed my hair so many
times Iive got technicolor dandruffn Mac-
Betty Gave--We see is coiling up her line-
she must be leaving too.
Theresa Grise-leaves the class funds to Mr.
Ahern so he can hire some basketball
players and also this suggestion-that the
baskets be made larger and the ball made
smaller and one player placed on a step
Gertrude Heyne - leaves her fingemail
shavings to "Tootv Lombardi to help her
get her claws on a man.
Wilda H ignett-donates a jar of Veto from
Ouimets for us to leave to next year's
Ronnie Hodges - leaves a silver police
whistle and a pair of roller skates to Mr.
Ball so he can patrol the corridors more
Page T hirty-six
Bill Heffernan and lack Sanford-have left
for the Marines with the recommendation
that they be used for ornamental pur-
poses only-being too valuable to risk in
Ed Hosepian-leaves to become star of a
string of daytime serials-among them
are "just Plain Hosepianv, "Backstage
Hosepianu and "Hosepian Faces Life."
John Howard-leaves his errorless baseball
playing to Mike "gimme a rubdown
Natalie Iodice-leaves her writing column
in the school paper to up and coming
true confessions novelist Nancy Toorok.
Dim Linard-leaves his cute mustache to
john "I shaved this morning but it grows
like a weed" Olsen.
Steve Linfield--leaves with a sad face say-
ing, "They,re putting me out after all
,lack McAlister and Bill Holmes--leave to
become big time jockeys on the merry-go-
round at Nantasket.
Corinne Metrano-leaves a gross of movie
tickets to keep those Sophomore "gang-
sters" Ellis, Devautour, and Engley from
the Boston "shows."
Donald M osher-leaves Mr. Metcalf a self-
erasing blackboard and an amount of
chalk which, laid end to end, equals in
length the radius of a circle whose cir-
cumference is a straight line.
Eleanor Nelson-leaves her bubbling en-
thusiasm and pep to Doris 'Tm simply
Barbara Neuers-leaves her jealously guard-
ed secrets of attracting men to Ioan
Dick and Buster N ewell-leave piggyback.
Joe N isil--leaves-still baffled.
Adelaide Potter-leaves to join the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the French Foreign Legion.
Richard Potter-leaves his line specimen of
masculine development to Otis "stand
back and watch 'em ripple" Downs.
Iean Randall-leaves her job as cashier dur-
ing lunch eriod to Skeeter "Nimble-
Janice Roach--leaves a string of broken 13-
Bill Hollins--leaves his locker room wise-
cracks to Dick Guenard. He might as well
have them legally-he'll steal them any-
Vinnie Romiglio-leaves his Physics form-
ula to Mr. Dubins-"The density of a
pupil varies inversely with the square of
the distance from the teacher's desk."
Thalia Schaefer--leaves a ten layer cake to
the only underclassman with a mouth big
enough to eat it--Billy "Bugs" Braye.
Frank Schulz-leaves a shovel and a pair
of hip boots for self-preservation so the
unsuspecting juniors can face next year!
Neil "anybody got a butt" Smith-leaves a
carton of Fatimas to any underclassman
suffering from the "nicotine twitch."
Garrett Spillane-leaves the truant oflicer
with a vacation.
Robert Smith-leaves his courage in selec-
tion of shirts and ties to Danny White.
Francis Stein-leaves for Hollywood to take
Tyrone Power's place.
loan Tebeau-leaves her makeup to Tonto.
Ronnie Turner-leaves his supersensitive
20-90 vision to any underclassman who
strains his eyes in the third balcony at the
Barbara Thrasher-leaves her old Hamlet
tests to Lloyd Truax to help him struggle
through senior English.
Ed Van Den Berghe and Dick Wescott-
leave their legs to Canteen for the ping
Bobby Wilson--leaves his scintillating con-
versational ability to Freddie Davison.
As the shades of our departure descend
upon us, and we sadly prepare to leave
behind the portals of this school of learn-
ing, we bow our heads reverently and
with our last sweet breaths of life, review-
ing fondly the memories that will remain
in our hearts, humbly decree that this
will be made legal.
Thus on this momentous fourteenth day of
Iune in the year of our liberation--one
thousand nine hundred fifty-one, here at
the F oxboro High School, we inscribe in
letters of gold our philanthropy, our gen-
erosity, and our utter selflessness, as duly
N rcic Nosrnu.
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By SHIRLEY DUNDAS
Some persons have talents of seeing
into the past and future. Others travel
around on magic carpets, sit in time
machines, or gaze into crystal balls. When
it comes to writing accounts of their school-
mates, lives, they have all the luck. With no
tricks or magic, I, in 1961, an old maid
school teacher, shall endeavor to write up
the fortunes of the Class of '51 for the files
of Foxboro High School. As we were the
most brilliant and talented group ever to
graduate, it is only fair that our records
should be left for posterity.
Sally Fuller and Theresa Crise have a
flourishing business-a Pumpkin stand.
Theyire making a fortune. It seems they
"borrow" all their pumpkins as they did for
our Senior Social, so their selling is all
lack Sanford and Bill Heffernan, after
ten years of hard work in the Marines,
Hnally got their first promotion the other
day. As they march down the street in
parade, .lack gazes coyly out of the corner
of his eye at all the sweet young things,
cheering him on. Guess that rigid training
did- do something for him. He used to look
'em straight in the face. Bill marches along
correctly too, "Left, right, left, left, left,
right, rightf' Well, who could keep in step
with the female crowd panting, "Show us
your dimple, please, Billy?',
john McAlister is honored as winner of
the worldis largest harness race. Really! I
mean itl He wonl! It seems that Paid was
entered in the contest. The gun sounded,
the horses were off. From his driver's seat
in the sulkey, lack saw that Paid was tired,
so, being the gentleman that he always was,
he picked up Paid, put her in the buggy,
grabbed the handles and trotted across the
finish line-the winner by a nose!
Betty Gammon works 24 hours a day
for New York Central Railroad. To conserve
electricity, instead of flashing red signals,
Betty pops her head in and out of a win-
dow. Besides trains, trucks, cars, and planes
Stop for miles around.
Hank Cook spends all his time at the
Cape. Heis turned into even more of a wolf
than he pictured himself to have been in
his stories of all his girls down there.
Beverly Doucette has made progress in
the work she became interested in during
the Senior Play. Her pet mice are noted for
their intelligence and will play dead if you
hit them on the head with a shovel.
Ioanne Fuller has a steady job at
Cappyis now. Her appreciation there, after
the Senior Reception of her Iunior year, was
so marked that she's been hired to sit in the
audience and giggle. We all know her years
of practice were for some good cause.
Buddy Spillane grew so fond of his old
"Bessie,v the Ford, he has kept her all these
years, and she still works "like a charmf'
The only trouble with Bessie though, she
interfered with his track practice. Now,
with a hole cut in the floor, he's able to run
and drive at the same time.
The new manager of the Old Howard
is a friend of ours-Bubbles Wilson. With
a nickname like that what other job would
Vinnie Romiglio has become as com-
mon a name to the school children of today,
as Albert Einstein was to us when we were
in high school. His invention of a machine
with a 10096 efficiency has revolutionized
Dick Westcott designs airplanes for a
living now instead of as a hobby. He and
his pal Buster Newell are finishing secret
plans for a new space-ship called "The
Bean-Bagv. This creation has eleven modern
rooms-so modern the boys hate to ruin
the effect with a motor.
Corinne Metrano has been married for
nine years. She keeps pretty busy taking
care of her children and, at any time, walk-
ing by her house, one is apt to hear her mur-
muring, "Do your homework now!"-sounds
Betty Gove has a position in Ohio as
private secretary to an engineer named
Dave. Even after that training in Shorthand
1, she disproves all Mrs. Sullivan's theories
about how model secretaries take dictation.
Bonnie has a music store on 5th
Avenue in NeW'York. His musical interest
all started during the 3rd period General
Math classes he spent in the auditorium
Another New Yorker is Natalie Iodice.
She has taken over Helen Hayes' spot as
"first lady of the theatre". This came about
after she vowed to make good when she
didnit get that part in the Senior Play.
Eleanor Findley, with her terrific drib-
ble, is the first girl basketball player on the
In the short time he spent as a Prob-
lems student, Bill Holmes developed an
interest in Civil Service exams. After he
tried one, he was placed in the job where he
fitted-street cleaning. "Oh wellf' says Bill,
"at least I pick up all the dirty.
Robert Smith is author of a book titled:
"How to Knock Her Eye Out in One Easy
Lesson". Remember that pink necktie he
used to wear?
Eddie Van Den Berghe combines his
hobby of fishing with his job of Hollywood
Talent Scout. Who wouldnit enjoy that job
-baiting hooks for girls?
Thelma Brown has opened with her
sisters at the Oval Room here in Boston.
We wonder just what or whom is respon-
sible for her theme song, "Carry Me Back
to Old Virginnyv.
Wilda Hignett has become a flourish-
ing young inventor. Her most successful in-
ventions are: pajamas which may be worn
as shorts, and a plastic insert in lids of car
trunks which will enable the driver to look
through the flap when he's carrying extra
passengers Cin the trunk that isl. I wonder
where she got those ideas.
.Ioan Tebeau is forever dashing thither
and yon as an able employee of the Census
Bureau. Little did she know that one day
she'd be trying to get the same kind of sta-
tistical information the Yearbook staff tried
to get from her.
Stevie Linfield, of course, has gone
back to Maine where he spends his time
raising potatoes and reciting Macbeth. With
only three boys in that Iunior English class
of actors how could he forget it?
Lately it's not Santa Claus you see on
the roof-tops, but Eddie Hosepian. Operator
of a television store, putting aerials is a com-
mon task. Besides this, he has taken over the
role of Kukla on the Kukla, Fran, and Ollie
Cert Heyne has recently been made
official pin-up girl of the Air Forces. So
many of her class pictures went there ten
years ago, it was only fitting.
When Adelaide Potter swam the Eng-
lish Channel last month the shores were
decorated with big banners. They all said
'Tm sorry, Mrs. Sullivanln which of course
has always been her slogan.
Nick Anagnos has made loads of im-
provements on his red jalopy. Besides hav-
ing 900 horse power, it can go through fire
or under water. These are handy little
tricks, the way Nick drives.
In Washington, Barbara Thrasher has
taken a place as a Senator from Massachu-
setts. Her Problems class arguments with
Mrs. Brawn caused her to run on a platform
for independent voting.
Dim Linard, as a famous architect, has
designed several modern skyscrapers in
Foxboro. His skill is based on the fact that
instead of a sketch pad, Dim doodles his
talents on an Esquire Calendar.
If you ever see someone heading
toward a kitchen with a magnifying glass
in his fist itis Francis Stein, a top detective
of the F.B.I. Being a fine cook, he spends
much of his time in the F.H.S. cafeteria
trying to figure out exactly what goes into
the udeliciousv meals.
Pat Downs as usual is kept busy com-
posing petitions. Her latest is a drive to
make the countryis official color "Greene',.
Thalia Schaeffer is, naturally, still knit-
ting little yellow sweaters and roasting tur-
keys. Things havenit changed much for her,
only then she didn't have a family.
The first Harvard coach to be a pro-
fessor of science and mathematics as well,
is Connie Flanders. It's quite a sight to see
the Harvard eleven go on to the field in
horned rimmed glasses with books clutched
in their paws.
Renowned for his dramatic acting as
Hubert in "Ring Around Elizabethv, as well
as his part as the waywardhusband in the
Dramatic Club skit, Bill Rollins has
climbed the ladder to stardom. With his
floppy wig and bare feet, who else could
take the place of Milton Berle?
Ruth Childs as well as being a mission-
ary in Africa, displays her fondness for sing-
ing. She gives out with "Bongo, Bongo,
Bongo, I Donyt Want to Leave the Congoi'
on a local network.
In 1951 when lean Randall brought the
telephone book to school by mistake, she
decided it was fate. Today she works hard
in the profession which really rings the bell.
Ioe Nisil commands a battleship, "The
Womanhaterv, in the Navy. Not even I
could have chosen a more fitting name for
A dance instructor at the Arthur Mur-
ray Studios is Ronnie Hodges. Bouncy-
Bogey and Ballet are his specialties.
Hannahis Restaurant has a new man-
ager-Barbara Nevers. For only a dollar she
will heat up a can of soup fif you bring itj
and serve a dry roll and glass of water.
Business is booming with Barbara.
Husky Dick Potter now conducts his
own square dance studio. His two star
pupils and biggest "squares', are of course
Nancy Anthony and Alice Allen, who finally
broke down and gave the local lads a break.
After being quiet for his first 18 years,
Donald Mosher sounds off as a fish peddler
in Gloucester. Any night you can hear him
tramping the coast shouting "Fish,'! He still
is very quiet at other times.
Virginia Dorsey now operates a small
booth at all Foxboro Field Days. The sign
above it reads "Kisses',. It was surprising to
learn that what she was selling was candy,
since her favorite remark used to be, "I feel
Buzzy Bearce has achieved his goal in
life. He was unanimously chosen by the
people of Egyparabia to be their Sultan.
We were sure he would be internationally
famous with his "linen,
Eleanor Nelson became a top-notch
model. She now has her own shop on an
exclusive street, where chic and elegance
are her specialties.
Miss America of 1961 is our own Lynne
Carleton. She wins the title yearly. With
her streamlined figure and dulcet voice,
how could she lose?
Neil Smith has succeeded in attaining
two of his pet ambitions. In addition to
being a professor at Harvard, he spends
much time designing scenery for a very
Dexter Fuller is a caretaker at a very
large cemetery. After several years of serv-
ice, his one and only complaint is, "It,s
Still writing sports, Ianice Roach works
with the thoroughness of a vacuum cleaner
in picking up things. lust so as not to lose
her technique, she leads the cheering sec-
tion now and then.
lane Donovan is as busy as ever. She is
the oflicial accompanist for Margaret Tru-
man on tour. In addition, she is a feature
writer and literary editor for the Metropoli-
tan Opera News.
An up and coming advertising consult-
ant is our 'Ioanne Aimone. She is invaluable
to her boss. She not only gets the ad, but
she writes it up, does the layout, keeps the
books, and collects the bills. Where did she
pick up that versatility?
-Iudy Andrews and Iohn Howard are
artists together. After the school days of
quarrelling and paint brush battles they
couldn,t get used to the quiet that came
with graduation. They were married, and
again the air resounds.
Frank Schulz and Dickie Newell have
a featured act on television. They do a ven-
triloquist act and amaze the audience who
never heard two dummies talk.
With these hallowed words, I conclude
this masterpiece, leaving it for all privileged
people to read a hundred years from now.
Has! School Spirit
Play Boy-Pin Up K.
Has Done Most for Class
Edwin Van Den Bm-rghc
Host Likely to Succeed
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t Row fleft to rightl: Doris Doucette, Mary WVhite, Edith Granahan, Shirley Brown, Mrs. Brawn CAdvisorJ,
Ann Donovan CTreasurerl, Richard Guenard tVice- Presidentj, Joseph VVaseleski CPresidentl, Jane Rex CSee-
retaryl, Mr. Ahern lr-Xdvisorj, Natalie Gaudet, Jeanette Sehronnn, Jane Dwyer, Helen Canghlin, Virginia
Rockwood. Second Row: Virginia Renaud, Nancy Dihlarzio, Delia O'Sullivan, Ioan Leary, Dorothy Dolan,
Ioan Comeau, Amy Umbs, Dianne Smith, Elizabeth Breede, Georgette Therberge, Elizabeth Cillie, Lois
Moore, Carol Roach, Ruth McCormick, Theresa C-iovino, Lorna Comey, Cynthia Roberts, Anna 0'Sullivan.
Third Row: David Bearce, Iaines XYeir, Alan Fairba nk, james llennessey, Leonard Higgins, Evelyn Lombardi,
Cynthia Cook, Carol XVhipp. Margaret Donovan, Nancy Toorok, Heather Gilman, Roy Colby, Philip Law.
Francis Lillyman, Robert Stanke, Lester Paiva, Lawrence YVinslow. Fourth Row: James XVhite, Fredrick
Cook, Fred Davison, -lohn Croome. Lucien Turcotte, YValter Stanley, Nelson Lavigne, Jack Sylvia, Edward
Richards, Alfred Prew. Donald Childs. joseph Jolly, Lloyd Truax, Robert Sylvia, Robert Cove, Richard
Landry. Albert NVQ-ir.
President joseph Wfaseleski
V ice-President Richard Cuenard
Treasurer Ann Donovan
Secretary -lane Rex
"Anything worth doing is worth doing wellf'
Blue and Silver
First Row fleft to rightl: Shirley Cuerrini, Nancy Beach, Rose Jodice, Joyce Catlord, Mr. Dubins CAdvisorJ, Allan
Kivela, Carol Britton, Daniel Comes, Fred Harding, Mr. Metcalf CAdx'isorl, llelene Barry, Alice Murphy
Katherine llonnors, Betty Clark, Doret Newell. Second Row: Gail MacQnarrie, Lee Sallie, Elizabeth Spencer
Iris Wt-hh, janice Snipes. Regina Murray, Marlene Dolan, Elaine La-Baron, Joyce Bent, Elizabeth LaValley
Marcia Foster, Anne Ashby, Margaret Mc-Kay, Adrienne Russell, june Ludwig, Phyllis julius, john Davis
Third Holt: Alfred NVhite, Konrad Brown. Richard Madden, Albert Nltll'NtlllItlI'tl, Richard Davies, Anna Sylvia
Carolyn Darling, Yvonne NVQ-lsh, Gail Fitzpatrick, Barbara Guildford, Mary VVhite, Robert Ryan, Robert De
Vantonr. john Cook, Vaughn Cnnrud, Robert llnnt. Fourth Row: Richard llearn, Alfred Forrest, Alfred Rol
lins, Richard Morse, joseph Brigham, james NVallacc. Harold Doherty. Dale Meier. Ronald Foster. Charle
Croonie, Arthur Ellis, John Engley, Robert Callagher. .lohn Olsen, Daniel White.
I're.sir1ent Daniel Comes
A'7iC'!'-Pl'f'.S'il1l'l1f Fred Harding
Treasurer Allan Kivela
Sc'crc'f11ry Carol Britton
n.llOl1Cl'llff0l1 is the key to lu1ppi11e.s's."
Maroon and Siluer
11r.sf Row fleff to riglztl: lane Fairliank, Ennna Freeman, Nancy Benoit, Carolyn Street, Mrs. Beers CAdvisorl,
Michael Shea Vfreasurerl. Frank Hettron, Larry Brunell fPresidentl, XValter Dllflllllll QSeeretaryl, Mr. Sea-
verns CAdvisorl, Virginia Madden, Sliirley Gallagher, Eleanora Cataloni, Claire Doueette, Edith Sliepardson,
Second Row: Marilyn Peacli, Barbara York, Marjorie Metcalf, Doris Sullivan, Audrey Elliot, Priscilla Romig-
lio, Joan Dodkin, Lorraine C-ayton. Marcia Congdon, Janet Tureotte, Helena Sclironnn, Elaine Cook, Lorinda
Bluemer, Mary Sanford. Eleanor Dooley, Sally Roberts, Caroline Urban, Nancy Dodkin, Mary Carolyn Buck-
ley. Thirf1Row: VVillialn Braye, llarold Ferguson, Otis Downs, Iosepli Lillynian, Larry Bearce, Marlene
Cook, Martha Crittitlis. Evelyn Hunt. Margaret Bristol, Barbara Bristol, Judith Ardrey, Edgar Peavey, YVarren
lleaton, Allan Johnson. Dean Swift. David Newell, Raymond Metrano. Fourth Row: Carlton Slnitli, Russell
llarnden, James Slnitli, Curtis Crittin, David Rounlueliler, -losepli Cardinute, Edward Mellon, Ronald Flan-
ders, George Fuller, Ronald Parker. Milliani Coodwin, Stanley Sniitli, lalnes XVaseleski, Robert Clark, Donald
Topping, David Colliurn, Everett Lucas, Cerard Lynelx.
Pre,s'i11'cn1' Lawrence Brunell
Vice-Prcsiclenf Frank Heftron
Treczszzrer Michael Shea
Secretary Walter Durham
"As cz man thinketlz, so is hc."
Scarlet and Silver
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First Row Ueft to rightj: Fred Anthony, William Holmes, Robert Sylvia, Conrad Flanders leo-captl, Coach john
P. Certuse, Dexter Fuller fco-captj, Richard Morse, Albert Weir, Alfred Prew. Second Row: Allan Kivela
tmanagerj, joseph Waseleski, Lloyd Truax, Joseph Jolly, Donald Childs, James YVeir, XVilliam Rollins, Ron-
ald Parker, Arthur Ellis Cmanagerb. Third Row: Richard Guenard, John Cook, Walter Durham, Joseph Car-
dinute, George Fuller, Ronald Flanders, John Olsen, Alfred Rollins, Robert DeVantour.
XV ith only a few veterans returning from the great teams of 1948 and 1949 it was evi-
dent that the 1950 edition of the Blue and Gold would have its ups and downs.
The first "down', came with the fourth game of the season when Franklin handed the
Blue and Cold their Hrst defeat in three years by a 12-6 score. Other defeats during the season
were suffered at the hands of Wareham, Class D Champions for 1950, Billerica, and traditional
rival, Mansfield. On the bright side of the ledger, victories were gained over Somerville Voca-
tional, Wrentham, North Easton and Northbridge. The best game of the season from the local
viewpoint was the thrilling, hard fought 7-0 victory over a big, fast, and well drilled North-
bridge eleven. The Mansfield game also provided many thrills as both teams battled on practic-
ally even terms throughout the game. A second period pass play provided Mansfield with their
7-0 margin of victory.
Every game was well played and only inexperienee on the part of the locals prevented
a more successful season. However, with many of this yearls Sophomores and juniors returning
a great team is being looked for next year.
, The team wishes to express their deepest thanks to Coach john P. Certuse and Assist-
ant Coach john j. Ahern for the many trying hours of hard work they spent on the practice field.
and for the wealth of knowledge they have bestowed upon us. Also the team thanks the towns-
people and the student body, who lent their loyal support-win, lose, or draw.
Foxboro .. ,. ...,. ..,..,,., :Z 6 Somerville Vocational 12
Foxboro .... T Northbridge .,.... ..,........ . . .. 0
Foxboro .... 27 Wrentham ......,..... ..,..... , . 0
F oxboro ,,,. 6 Franklin ....... ...., 1 2
Foxboro ..., T Billerica .. ..,.... ..... 3 3
Foxboro ,... 26 North Easton ..... ..... 1 2
F oxboro ..,. 6 Wareham ........ .....,..... 2 0
Foxboro ,..,....,. ,,....... ..., 0 N 'lansfield ,............................. 7
Coach-john P. Certuse Assistant-John I. Ahern
Managers-Alan Kivela, Arthur Ellis
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Silling Hr' I lo riglill: XYiiiiann Rollins. liiehnrii C:lll'Hill'4i. Neil Smith. l"ir.s-I ftlllff Conrnci ifinnciers, Rohert Sylvia.
l"rm'ml Jxlliillllly. john lIow.n'ml iC.ipl.i. liciixriiwi llosepirmn. tutlwin-tl Min Den Berge. beeonfl How: -lrnnes
XYnll.re1- LNlrnmger7. Allan kin-1.1. liaiwmml Mellon, lionnlcl l'1n'ker, NYniter Dnrhgun. john Davis iNlanmger7.
Conch john -I. Ahern. Tfzirrl lion? l.nrry Brnneii, Daniel Comes. liohert lDCx.1l1lf0ll!', lioimid lfinmiers. liieimlti
Horse. l,nrry Ili-alive.
The lmsketimll team. under the direction of Couch Alohn Ahern, started practice shortly
after 'l'luinksgivin5.i. The teann wus comprised mninh' of seniors, all of whom were looking forward
to il successful season.
The team pluvecl tr twentv gtnne schedule, with six games coming hefore Christmas.
'll-anns on the schedule.'other than those in the lioekomock League, WGN' Pi2liIlYiil0. Flwlllkiill.
liunciolph, and North Attlehoro.
The teznn finished fourth in the Hockomock League with ii five won, five lost record.
The season was completed with an overall uvemge of hetter than 500 per cent.
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blix. C2.ii'rt-tt Spillimv LU:-Cgipt l. l"i'vcl Antlimiy. .lium-s XV-ir. Sfwnifl limb: -loliii Xiu.-Xlistvil NYi1ltm'i' l3lll'll2llIl.
llimilri l.lllAll4ll, llvxlvr l"ulls-r. Damim-l Cluiiivs. ltmiulal 'I'm'm-r. Tlzirrl ltuzr: Nlliltci' Cook lxlilllilgvfl, liclwiirml
Xlt-llmm. lfri-cl lI.u'cling, llmmlnl lflniiclm-rs. ltmmlcl lfusts-1', Daniel ltoniiilivlilw. Otis Downs.
Umlm-1' tht- la-zlclc-rsliip of Co-Cuptzliiis Clziiivtt Spillmw uiicl Xvllllillll llolmvs. l"oxlioi'o's
tl wk tmun stsirtcll its tliircl vm-air.
Dc-spite tlic- loss of many of lust youfs Sfllllilillltli tlirougli gmtluutioii. tlu-iv wus still Ll
qmail mic-lvus ol' x'c'tc-mils rt-turniiig nrouml xvliom Concli Cllmrlcs Sca1x'v1'1is coultl lmilcl.
Tlic- tm-:un is 1-iutc-xml in tlltt State- Nlvvt. South Slum- Nlwt. llockoinock livugm' Nlvvt.
iml nizuw utlim-r cluzil mm-ts witli surroumliiig towns.
lt is liopt-tl tlmt tliis yt-ui"s tczmi will lit- as sllccm-sslul ns its two pix-clm-L-ussoi's.
l"ir,sI lion' NUI! fu riglitl: llonald Parlwr. Leonard lliggins. llolwrt Dt-Vantonr, Alfrvd Prvw. llichard Ulu-nard.
Allan Kin-la, .Iohn Davis lNlanagvrD. Sccwmrl How: Charlvs llonnlu-lilc-r, XVilliain llollins. Nm-lson l.ax'igni',
Coavh Nl. Ira Dnlxins, llarold Dolu-rty, lidward llosvpian, llolmcrt Sylvia. Tliirrl Row: G1-orgv l"nllvr. lliuh-
ard NV4-scott, lfdwin Van Don llc-1'gln-, john lloward, Nlichacl Shva.
This yi-ar's hast-hall tvam is faccd with thc- task of putting Foxhoro back on thc win-
ning track. During tht' last two or thrve ycars lnaschall at Foxhoro High has not fared too succcss-
fully. This ycar, howvyvr, nndcr the dirvction of nc-wly appointed Coach Nl. Ira Dnhins. a good
tvain is hopcd for hy all.
Tha- mound stall will lu- huilt aronnd fast-lmallcr Alfrcd Prvw and curyv hall artist
Edward llosvpian. B1-hind thc- hat will he citlu-r Nelson Lavigne or Ronald Parkor. lnficld candi-
datvs consist of lidwin Van Dc-n llmglic, Piicliard NVQ-scott, Robert DeVantour, john Howard.
llolwrt Sylvia, and Alan Kivc-la. Outfit-ld candidate-s arc NVilliam Rollins, Richard Cnenard, Har-
old Dolu-rty, and Charles llonnlwhlcr.
Thr- tcani will compvtc in thv Hockomock licagnc against Sharon, Canton, Stoughton.
Nlansfivld and North Easton.
Front Row Ueft fo riglitl: Patsy Maclvor, Ann Ashhy, Edith Cranahan, Barbara Bristol, Dianne Smith, Joanne
Aimone. Virginia Dorsey fCapt.D, Elizabeth Brecde, Elizabeth Gillic, Jane Donovan, Janice Roach, Nancy
Anthony. Second Row: Jeannette Schromm, Marilyn Peach, Elaine Cook, Lorraine Gayton, Judith Ardrey,
Shirley Brown, Eleanor Dooley, Mary Buckley, Nancy Dodkin, Ann Donovan. Third Row: Evelyn Lombardi,
lleather Gilman, Cynthia Cook, Lynne Carleton, Yvonne YVelsh, Gail Fitzpatrick, Carolyn Darling, Margaret
Bristol, Joanne Fuller, Lorinda Bluemcr. Absent-Eleanor Findley CManag4-rl.
Girls, Field Hockey
Under the direction of Coach jean Fearnley, the Field Hockey team had a fairly
successful season. The hardest games were with Hopedale which has an experienced team.
Captain Virginia Dorsey, Joanne Aimone, and Beverly Foster were high scorers. while
goalie Nancy Anthony and center hack Judy Cranahan led Foxboros defensive attack. Eleanor
Findley was the Manager.
Foxhoro . ., .. 2 XValpole . 2
Foxhoro . , 2 Dean Academy
Foxhoro . 5 Franklin .. .. .
Foxboro . , . 0 llopedale ,. .
Foxhoro ., ,. 2 Dean Academy
Foxboro .. 0 Hopedale .
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First Row fleft to rightj: Virginia Dorsey, Joyce Bent, Edith Granahan, Nancy Anthony, Sally Fuller fCo-Capt.J,
Joanne Aimone, Janice Roach, Beverly Doucette, Elizabeth Gillie. Second Row: Thalia Schaeffer CManagc-rl,
Carol Roche, Patsy Maclvor, Cynthia Cook, Jane Donovan, Theresa Grise, Dianne Smith, Evelvn Lombardi
fAsst. Mgr.J. Third Row: Audrey Elliot, Marilyn Peach, Barbara Bristol, Lorraine Gayton, Margaret Bristol,
Virginia Madden, Ann Ashby. Absent-Elcanor Findlcy CCO-Capt.J
The girls' basketball team enjoyed another very successful season. Led by Co-Captains
Sally Fuller and Eleanor Findley, the team compiled an impressive record of nine wins, one defeat,
and a tie.
The tie was a thrilling 42-42 game with Sharon on their own court. Revenge for this
game was gained later on in the season. The only defeat came at the hands of Attleboro, on their
own floor, by a 32-27 score. Foxboro had won the first engagement between the two teams, 56-45.
This defeat marked the second time in two years that Attleboro has spoiled F oxborois bid for an
undefeated season. On the bright side, victories were gained over Westwood, Mansfield, Attle-
boro, Sharon, Dean Academy, Alumni, and Rockne.
Every game was well played, and it could be seen that teamwork was the key to suc-
cess. Most of the girls were seniors, all of whom had been playing together for two or three years.
These girls, along with a few juniors. comprised a team that functioned, not as six individual parts
but as one well-drilled machine. The passing was good, the defensive play of the guards excellent
and the shooting of the forwards accurate. These factors, plus a burning desire to win, produced
one of F oxborols best girl teams.
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Filsl lim: U1 fl lo l'f,f.fllfJ' Yirgini-1 Dorsm' Qnllx' lfullvr Yiuicv Anthon
Two non-lc-ngut' gannvs am' sclu-clulocl with Xlhlp
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.-Xiinonc-. Svrorul ltoir: Nlnry lYhitc-. liclilh Cll'un.1lmn. lflimlmvtln Gillit-. blwunn' Sn-ln'onnn, .lcun ltninlull tN1nn4
ngvrl. .-Xlism-nt l'llvunor l"incll1-y.
This yn-nr. I-or thc- first tinw. thc- girls' Softhull tcznn will Q-oinpc-tc in thc- llockomocli
l,m-:win-. 'IR-guns in this ll'ilQllt' consist of Stoughton. Sharon. Nlnnsliclcl, North Easton, uncl Canton.
olv. ll tvzun which has giwn Foxhoro much trouhlv
in tht- past.
NVith Illtlllf' Yl'ti'l'klllS of thc past two nncl tlirvc yunrs returning. Foxhoro will lw uhlv
lo lic-lcl an svnsoiu-rl nncl wvll-cl1'illa-Ll tvaun.
lt is c-1-rtaiin that thc' girls will put forth thcir hc-st in mx-my gauuc in order that they
nun' hccoinv tht- first solthull champions ol thc' llocltomock l,c'uguc'.
A siiccc-sstlil sotthnll tc-ann would round out ll glorious yt-an' of girls' sports ut Foxhoro
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irlf' Sporty Club
Under the able direction of Bliss ,lean Fearnley.
the Sports Club provided additional interests and
opportunities in girls' sports. This year bowling was
the main interest and competition was keen.
KLcft to right?
Patsy Maclvor, Betty Clark.
First Row fleft to riglatj: lean Randall. Sally Fuller. Joanne Aimone, Nancy Anthony. Virginia Dorsey, Thalia
Schaeffer, Janiee Hoaeh. Second How: Dexter Fuller, Dimitri Linard, Eleanor Nelson, Fred Anthony, Ther-
esa Crise, Garrett Spillane, Coach ,lohn P. Certuse. Tlzi1'flRmc: Xllilliain Rollins. Conrad Flanders, Neil Smith.
John Howard. liieliarcl Potter, Edward llosepian. xylllllllll llohnes. lhlissingl Eleanor Findley.
The Varsity Club of Foxboro High School is made up of those seniors who have at
least two letters in one sport, or a total of three letters in various sports, boy or girl. The club is
under the direction of john P. Certuse and it is held as quite an honor to be a ineinber of this
Front rout flefl In riglatl: llavniontl Nletrano. Michael Shea, lfranli lleflhron, Mr. Ira Dubins, YValter Durham, Lor-
raine Cavton. SITUHII lime: Robert YVilson, Alfred Rollins, Lorinda Blur-mer, NVillizuu Brave.
On completing its second year at Foxboro High School. the Science Club. under the
direction ol' Nlr. Dubins. has gained in popularity. Nlany experiments. projects and enjoyable
activities are sponsored bv this club whose object is to help in every way to find new hobbies and
opportunities for its members.
The Cheerleaders attended every
game during the football and basketball
season and really did a grand job in lead-
ing the eheers.
They practiced very hard perfecting
and working out new cheers.
They wish to thank all those who
supported their cheering at the games.
Kneeling flcft In riglltl: Ann Donovan, .laniee
Roach. Evelyn Lombardi, lzleanor Nelson.
Seemul How: Natalie jodice, Rose jodiee.
f i Top: Shirley Cuerrini.
First Row Ileft to righfi: Marilyn Peach, Joseph YVasL-leski, Frank Metcalf CAdvisorD, Edward lloscpian fPresidr-ntl,
Joanne Fullvr. Doret Newell. Second How: john Davis, Ann Donovan, Nancy Anthony, XVilliam Rollins. Mar-
garet Donovan. Lois Moore, Larry Brunell. Cstudent Councill
Front Row Ueft to riglzti: Betty Clark, Gail MacQuarrie, Jane Donovan fDirectorP, Eleanor Nelson, Vice-Prvsiclentg
Allan Kivela, Secretary: Ann Donovan. President, Edward Madden, Sccretaryg Mrs. Beers, Facility Adyisorg
Alice Murphy, Janice Roach. Second How: Joyce Gafford, Barbara Guilford, Joyce Bent, Mary XVllltL'. Cynthia
Cook, Gail Fitzpatrick. Yvonne NVclsh. Elaine LcBaron, Jane Rex, Janicv Snipes, John Davis. Third How: Ann
Ashby, Lois Moore, John Cook. Richard Hearn, David Bearcc, YValter Cook, Alfred Rollins, Francis Lillyman,
Richard Guenard. Marcia Fostvr. CFrer1Ch Glubj
First How flcft to rightj: Ioanne Aimone, Eleanor Nelson, Shirley Dundas, Mr. Seaverns, Faculty Advisor, Garrett
S Jillanc, Editor-in-Chicfg XVilliam Rollins, joseph YVase-leslci, Thalia Schaeffer, Ruth Childs, Conrad Flanders,
Elhzabeth Govc. Second Row: Doret Newell, Shirley Brown, Natalie jodice, Elizabeth Breede, Dimitri Linard,
Robert DeVautour, Ann Donovan, Fred Anthony, Natalie Gaudet, Joan Leary, Theresa Giovino, Elaine Cook,
Patricia Downs, Elizabeth Gammon. Third Row: Janice Roach, Joanne Fuller, Lynn Carleton, Allan Kivela,
Daniel Gomes, john Howard, Michael Shea, Robert llunt, Lorraine Gayton, Barbara Bristol, Margaret Bristol,
Lorinda Bluemer. CIhe Poxeasterj
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This year, under the direction of Mr. Metcalf, the Student Council has tried to
build a foundation of tasks and activities for future years. Many assemblies were planned by
the council, and its members acted as Masters of Ceremonies.
This year, under the supervision of Mrs. Gladys Beers, Le Cercle Francais was orga-
nized after an absence of several years. The members have taken part in assembly programs and,
in their bi-weekly meetings, have enjoyed French songs and games.
The F oxcaster was published again this year under the capable direction of Mr.
Charles F. Seaverns, Jr. There were eight issues printed which gave the students much experience
in this field of work.
First How fluff to riglitl: llelene Barry, Shirley Brown, Sally Roberts, Natalie Jodice, Mr. Ball QDirectorJ, Janice
Roach, Ann Donovan, Lois Moore, Jeanette Schromm. Second Row: Barbara Thrasher, Jane Donovan, Eliza-
beth Breedc, Ruth McCormick, Thalia Schaeffer, Judith Ardrey, Joyce Caftord, Marcia Congdon, Claire Dou-
cette. Third Row: Evelyn Lombardi, Elaine LeBaron, Judith Andrews, Lynne Carleton, Cynthia Cook,
lleather Gilman, Margaret Bristol, Pat Maclvor, Dorothy Dolan. fGirls' Chorusj
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The Dramatic Club of Foxboro High School has become one of our liveliest organiza-
tions this year. Under the direction of Mrs. Lipner and Mr. Metcalf, two, one-act plays, "The First
Dress Suit," and "Finders Keepersf, were performed with enthusiasm. Several skits also were
presented in assembly programs. Y
The club has given the students opportunity to act or to watch their friends perform.
All its members are proud of its success.
Pro Merito Societ
The members of the Pro Merito Society are the honor students of our class. Member-
ship is awarded to those who have attained an average ot eighty-five percent or better at the end
of their Junior year.
A fine Girls' Chorus as well as weekly classes in music appreciation is the result of a
reorganization of the entire music department. The chorus has taken part in several assembly pro-
grams and eight of its members were chosen to attend the All-State Music Festival at NVorcester-
certainly an honor and a thrill for them.
RINO AROUND ELIZABETH
Comedy by CHARL ARMSTRONG
By Permission of Bakerls Plays
Laurette Carpenter Styles ..o.o ..,..,.., .,.,... ....,..... S H I RLEY DUNDAS
Hubert Cherry ...............,.... .,.......,. ,........., N V ILLIANI ROLLINS
Mercedes ...A..A..,.....,......,.A. ...... B EVERLY DOUCETTE
Vida ...,......,..,.....,..,. ..,..,.. T HALIA SCHAEFFER
Jennifer ,..r..,..,......,..... .,...... E LEANOR NELSON
Elizabeth Cherry .......,. ........ L YNNE CARLETON
Irene Oliver .........,..,. .........r,,. j ANE DONOVAN
Harriet Gilpin ....... .....,.........,................ I UDITH ANDREW
Ralph Cherry l.r..,,., .....,..,.......,.........,.... C ARRETT SPILLANE
Andy Blayne ..,... ....,..A.....,,.........,..,...,,........ R OBERT BEARCE
Policemen .,..,,. ,...... V VALTER COOK, JOHN MCALISTER
Nurse .......... ......,.............,.,,....,..,...,.. T HERESA GRISE
Dr. Hollister ., .,,l... ..,.... . .. .......,4.,............,............. DIMITRI LINARD
Junior ......,,... ...........,.,....................,,......................,.,...,..... R ICHARD NEWELL
Directed by Mns HELEN H. LIPNER
Class of 1951
F oxhoro High School
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