Foxboro High School - Red Fox Yearbook (Foxboro, MA)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1952 volume:
THE RED Fox
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THE SENIOR CLASS
Foxboro H zlgk School
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We, the class of 1952, dedicate this fifteenth issue of the Red Fox
to Mr. Frank L. Metcalf in sincere appreciation for the advice and
friendship which he has given our class.
The outings for us at his home will be long remembered as wonderful
times and as a display of his genuine interest in our class.
He has been unsparing of his time and effort. He has met our
problems with enthusiasm and a willingness to help. For his under-
standing and patience, we who have benejited, extend our deepest thanks.
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To the Class of 1952:
'GI do the very best I know how -- the very best I can - and I mean to keep doing so until the end.
If the end brings me out all right, what is said against me won't amount to anythingf- If the end brings
me out wrong, ten thousand angels swearing I was right would make no dwrerencef,
The man who said the above did much for this country of ours and for his achievements he was
awarded with an assassin,s bullet. He might well have lived a dozen or more years if he had not
always courageously faced issues and offered his best without regard to the possible results.
In these days of graft and corruption, of petty pressures, and the general attitude that one
should do no more than he gets paid for and as little as possible to cover the job, such a philosophy
of Abraham Lincoln is not common. I am sure you know the word that is frequently used to
describe the person who is more concerned with doing than receiving -- maybe you have used it
in reference to some of your classmates who have been pretty conscientious about doing homework,
preparing for tests, or even seeking extra assignments. Somehow, it is just not popular today to
go all out on anything - to keep plugging and putting forth your best at all times, and calling the
play as you see it is apt to get you into difficulty.
You have learned a lot in your school years in Foxborough. Will you memorize the one and
only assignment from me? Fix the quotation at the top of this page permanently in your mind.
Finally, good luck to each of you. And don't forget to go to church regularly and pray daily.
JOHN BLACKHALL SMITH
Mm' af? exmye
This is my last message to you as pupils of our school.
My final thought to you may be embodied in this simple motto --'6Control
yoursey and you will control others."
To control yourself you must realize your own strength and weakness.
We all have faults and we have our virtues.
Remember this, a real friend is one who likes you and seeks your companion-
ship in spite of your faults.
.lust a few final reminders: be tolerant. Remember there are two contrasting
viewpoints in most controversies.
You have been taught to think for yourselves.
You can do much to mold the character of your community.
You have great responsibilities. Use your talents wisely and under trying
circumstances -- keep your temper.
I expect you to become worthy members of your community.
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ALVIN H- BALL X JOHN O. BARROWS
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French Social Studies Home Management
ARTHUR B. BRAINARD JEANETTE BRIGGS
Bmlogy General Business
Student Council School Paper Advisor
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JOHN P. CERTUSE CHARLES CHAISSON
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Phys ical Industrial
Education A rts
JEAN FEARNLEY HELEN H. LIPNER
Girl,s Physical English
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DORIS E. SULLIVAN MARY E- SULLIVAN
Commercial Subjects General Math
Bookkeeping I and II
FRANK L. METCALF
Finance Of fcer
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DEDICATION ......... . 2
SUPERINTENDENTS MESSAGE . . . 3
PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE . . 4
FACULTY .,..... . 5
SENIORS. . . . 9
LITERATURE . . . . 31
POEM . , . . . 30
HISTORY. . . . 32
WILL .... . . 34
PROPHECY . . . 36
STATISTICS . . . . . 39
UNDERCLASSES . . . . 43
JUNIOR CLASS . . . . . 44
SOPHOMORE CLASS . . . 45
FRESHMAN CLASS . . . . 46
SPORTS ........ . . 47
ACTIVITIES .... . . 59
ADVERTISEMENTS . . . . 71
161 Oak Street
Walter in the play.
ELIZABETH MARION BREEDE
4 :Betty s s
East Street WAFS
A shy smile, quiet voice, and twinkling eyes describe Betty. Her
ambition is to see the world, maybe she will. We wish you all the
luck in the world.
Field Hockey '49, '51, '52, F.T.L. '51, '52, A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52,
Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Glee Club '49,
'50, Varsity Club '52, Girls' Sports Club '49, '50, '51, '52, Yearbook
Staff, Office Work '50, '51, '52, Assemblies '50, '51, '52, School Paper
'51, '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52, Girls' Chorus '51, '52, Student Council
'52, School Correspondent-, Lunch Counter.
DAVID W. BEARCE
Dave, so far, has followed in his brother's footsteps by working
afternoons at the National and spending his evenings buzzing around
in his old green jalopy. Dave kept the audience laughing as Uncle
Glee Club '50, Typing Award '51, French Club '51, Senior Play -
Uncle Walter, Yearbook Staff, Typing.
, SHIRLEY ANN BROWN
in fi ' 1'i" Commercial Course
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piyyqy , 155 County Street W,l1fS
- 45' A cute smile, a pleasing nature, and a ready wit can best identify
- our Shirley. Wherever she is, you'll lind her trying to patch up a couple.
,A A Good luck always, Shirley!
Field Hockey '49, '50, '51, '52, F.T.L. '52, A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52,
Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Recep-
tion '51, Glee Club '49, '50, Band '52, Senior Play,- Paula, Shorthand
Award '52, Typing Award '50, '51, '52, Girls' Sports Club '50, '51, '52,
Canteen Rep. '50, '52, Yearbook Staff, Bus. an Adv., Office Work '50,
'51, '52, Pro Merito '51, '52, Assemblies '50, '51, '52, Class Poem '52,
School Paper '51, '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52, Girls' Chorus '51, '52,
School Correspondent '52, Drivers' Ed. '52, Times Rep. '52.
DONALD KENNETH CHILDS
5 S n 9 7
Sou th Street College
If you see a tall bashful blonde, you'll know that's our Don. For
two years he has played a mean center on the football team, and can
usually be seen buzzing around in his '36 Ford.
Football '50, '51, '52, F.T.L. '50, '51, '52, Glee Club '49, Monitor
'50, '51, Assembly Participation '51.
ROYDEN G. COLBY, ,IR
16 Garfield Street
success. Good luck, Roy!
Baseball '52, Stock-room '52, Senior Play.
Roy's work as a prop man for our Senior Play certainly helped its
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JOAN PATRICIA COMEAU A , K V 1
General Course , 7 ' V
36 Cocasset Street , A V'
When there's a minstrel show in town, y0u're sure to find Joanie
around. Her friendly and witty personality has made her many friends. - b
A.A. '49, '50, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, Prom Committee '51, . "1' , 'r '
Glee Club '49, '50, Girls' Sports Club '50, Office Work '51, '52, Assem-
blies '49, '5O:, Dramatic Club '51:, Girls' Chorus '49, '50, '51g Camera
33 Leonard Street ' Art Education
Along with Cynthia's talents goes a winning personality, which
has made her a popular member of our class. She is always willing to
lend a helping hand whenever there is anything to be done.
Basketball '50, '51, '52, F.T.L. '52, Field Hockey '49, '50, '51, F.T.L.
CYNTHIA ANN CooK
LORNA RAE COMEY
97 Central Street Airplane Stewardess
Blonde hair, blue eyes, and fashionable clothes describe our Lorna.
Afternoons, Lorna can always be found at Fuller's doing an efficient job.
Field Hockey '49, '50, A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee
'49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Glee Club '49, '50, Typing
Award '50, '51, Girls' Sports Club '52, Yearbook Staff '52, Assemblies
'52, School Paper '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52, French Club '52, Senior
Play - Call Mistress.
'51, A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom
Committee '51, Senior Reception '49, '51, Glee Club '49, '50, Orchestra
'49, Senior Play, - Mathilda, Varsity Club '52, Girls' Sports Club '51,
'52, Yearbook Staff, Asso. Editor, Pro Merito '51, '52, President:
Assemblies '49, '50, '51, '52, School Paper '51, '52, Art Ed. '52, Dra-
matic Club '52, French Club '51, '52, President '52, Girls' Chorus '51,
'52, Tennis Tournament '50, '51, '52, All-State Music Festival '51, '52:
Drivers' Ed. '52, Science Fair Award '51, Washington-Franklin History
ball '51, '52.
He loves a bit of Jest,
He's fond of Practical .1 okes,
V You'll find him at his best,
When he's teasing most of- us folks.
Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Foot
YINCENZA FRANCESCA IDIM A RZ10
365 Uak Street
wish you the best of luck in your chosen I
A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Clee Club '50, '51,
Work '52, Girls' Chorus '50.
4 Oak Hill Avenue Occupational Therapy
When Ann laughs the whole world laug
forgetting that Physics and girlish laughter
always be remembered for her wonderful school spirit.
1 Basketball '52, Field Hockey '49, '50, '51, '52, F,T.L, '52, A,A, '49,
50, '51, '52L Social Committee '49, tso, '51,
Glee Club '49, '50, Band '49, '50, Senior
Club '52, Girls' Sports Club '51, '52, Progra
Rep., Sec.-Treas. '51, '52, Editorial Staff '
Assemblies '49, '50, '51, '52, Cheerleader '5
Usher at Graduation '51, School Paper '51,
Club '51, '52, French Club '51, '52, Girls'
Council '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Queen '51,
Civics Medal, Tennis Tournament '50, '51,
ller quiet, friendly way has made many friends for Nancy. We
'52, Editor, '52, Dramatii'
Typing Award '5l: Uflice
DURUTIIY ANN DULAN
ll Basset Street C0lll'g0
A sweet voice and a neat way has won Dotty the respect of all her
teachers and classmates. Watch out -- Lily Pons 4 here comes Dottyl
Basketball '52, 1+'.'1'.L. '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52:
Senior Reception '49, '51, Class Secretary '49, '50, '52, Glee Club '49-
'50, Typing Award '52, Girls' Sports Club '51, '52, Yearbook Staff.
'Wlusic Editor, Pro Nlerito '51, '52, Class llistory, School Paper, Fea-
ture liditor '52, Dramatic Club '52, Girls' Chorus '50, '52, All-Slate
'Vlusic Editor, Pro fVlerito '51, '52, Class llistory, School Paper, F03-
ture Editor '52, Dramatic Club '52, Girls' Chorus '50, '52, All-State
Music Festival '51, '52, Assemblies '41-9, '50, '51, '52, A.A. '49, '50,
'51, '52, Senior Play -V Choir.
hs with her. She keeps
just don't mixl Ann will
'52, Prom Committee '5l:
Play - Barbara, Varsity
m Chairman '52, Canteen
52, Pro Merito '51, '52:
0, '51, '52, C0-Capt. '52:
Chorus '51, '52, Student
Science Fair Award, '5l:
DORIS ALBERTINA DOUCETTE
Though one of the smallest gals in the class, Doris remains un-
daunted because her size is more than replaced by her whip-like mind.
A pride to all her teachers - is our Doris.
Glee Club '49 '50 T in Award '50, '51, '52, Yearbook Staff '52,
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Office Work '51, '52, Softball '52.
MARGARET ANN DONOVAN
15 Granite Street Private Secretary
Peggy can be seen clacking away at a typewriter every afternoon
and looking towards Mansfield at night. She, truly, is one of F oxb0ro's
finest products. She is always reliable, and ready with a quip. Good
luck to you in the future Peg!
Field Hockey '49, '51, '52, F.T.L. '52, A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social
Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception
'50, '51, Class Treasurer '52, Glee Club '49, '50, Shorthand Award '52,
Typing Award '50, '51, '52, Girls' Sports Club '50, '51, Monitor '50,
Yearbook, Bus. and Adv., Office Work '50, '51, '52, Pro Merito '51,
'52, Assemblies '49, '50, '51, '52, School Paper '51, '52, Dramatic Club
'51, '52, Senior Play, Properties, Student Council '49, '50, '51, '52,
President '52, Legion Civics Award '49, Usher at Glee Club Concert '49,
'50, Usher at Faculty Play '49, Drivers' Educ. '52, D.A.R. Award '52,
Caps and Gowns '52, N. Y. Times Rep. '52.
JANE LEE DWYER
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12 Howard Avenue Fashion Designer
Jane's favorite haunt is Roll-land, where she has wowed all the
people with her little known talent. She is a rabid football, basketball
and - Mansfield fan.
A.A. '49, '50, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee
'51, Glee Club '49, '50, Typing Award '51, Girls' Sports Club '51,
Otiice Work '51, School Paper '52.
ALICE LORRAINE ENGLEY
151 Main Street
Lots of fuu with mischief galore! - This spells Alice. She can be
spotted riding around with Pat on the prowl for action. Many's the
time were spent hashing the Foxboro males around at the Public
Cleaners - eh, Alice?
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, Glee Club '49,
Girls' Sports Club '50, 0fl1CC Work '51, Girls' Chorus '50 '51,
NATALIE CLAIRE GAUDET
33 Railroad Avenue Teacher
A pleasing personality and a sparkling smile. Nat will always be
DEXTER ALAN FAIRBANK
C CAI 9 9
4 Market Street Buyer
Sharp clothes and girls seem to be Alan's main interests. His ever-
lasting supply of wise cracks make him popular with his classmates
but in Problems Class they are not appreciated.
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52,
Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception '51, Senior Play, Stage Manager,
First Nighter, School Paper, Asst. Business Manager, Magazine Cap-
successful in every job she tackles. She has made her way into many
hearts - especially a certain Jim's.
Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior
Reception '51, Glee Club '49, '50, Shorthand Award '52, Ty ing
Award '50, '51, '52, Canteen Representative '49, '50, Yearbook, Edi-
torial Staff, Office Work '51, '52, Assemblies, '51, Magazine Drive
Capt. '52, School Paper '51, '52, The Fox Talks, '52, Dramatic Club
'51, '52, Secretary '52, Girls' Chorus '52, Chairman, Play Committee,
Lunch Counter '52, Typed for X-Ray Survey '51, Drivers' Ed. '51.
ELIZABETH JANE GILLIE
Elm Street College
A pile of Southern wit and a ready laugh to follow, Gillie has proved
to be a necessity to the class! She is active in all sports, and a whiz at
them all. She has worked hard for our class dances - remember the
Basketball '50, '51, '52, F.T.L. '51, '52, Capt. '52, Field Hockey '49,
'50, '51, F.T.L. '51, Softball '50, '51: F.T,L. '51g A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52,
Prom Committee 'SIQ Senior Reception '51, Varsity Club '52, Girls'
Sports Club '49, '50, '51, '52, President '52, Yearbook Stall' '52, Assem-
blies '52g School Paper '52g Dramatic Club '52.
122 East Street Sl'll'llllfil' Rl'Sl'HfCll
Joining the class in her junior year, lleatber has proved to be an
outstanding scholar and musician. Perhaps someday you will see her
name ranked with Einstein's - as a mathematical physicist.
Basketball '52, Field llockey '51, '52, F.T.L. '52g A.A. '51, '52,
Social Committee '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception '51:
Glee Club '51, '52: Orchestra '51, Band '52, Girls' Sports Club '51:
Yearbook Staff, Office Work '51, '52, Pro Merito '51, '52, Assemblies
'51, '52, Transferred from Newton High School, Newton, Mass. All-
State Nlusic Festival '51, '52.
THERESA DENISE GIOVINO
6 'Terry ' '
Chestnut Street Radio Wfork
l Besides being remembered for her spaghetti parties, Theresa's
friendly manner and continuous laughter will never be forgotten.
Among her many interests, Theresa enjoys collecting pictures, especially
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '5I, '52: Social Corrrmittee '49, '50, '51, '52:
Glee Club '49, '50, Oflice Wrxrk '50, '51, '52, Assemblies '49, '51g- School
Paper, Photographer '50: Girls' Chorus '49, '50, Prom Committee '51.
ROBERT ELLIOT GOVE
28 Sherman Street Undecided
Bob, in his quiet way, has been a friend to many. A real worker,
Bob can usually be found, after school of course, helping his father
with his business.
Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51g Senior
Reception Committee '51.
EDITH MARGERET GRANAHAN
30 Union Street Nurse
Basketball, Softball, or Hockey, choose your sport and you'll always
find our Judy lending a helping hand. Lots of light and a hard working
team mate, that's our Judy.
Basketball '51, '52, F.T.L. '51, '52, Field Hockey '49, '50, '51, '52g
F.T.L. '49, '50, '51, '52g Softball '51, '52,,F.T.L. '51, '52g Glee Club '49,
'50, Varsity Club '52g Yearbook Staff, Sports Editor, Pro Merito
College Course ,
153 Main Street Engineer V
John -the boy with hidden qualities and a modest way. He is
faithful in all his work, especially chemistry lab. - Mr. Dubin's little
genius who concocted many new formulas.
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52g Senior Play-Carson, Yearbook
Staff, Pro Merito, '51, '52,
RICHARD LEO GUENARD
' College Course
Prospect Street College
ll' you ever need an orchestra, ask Dickie. Always ready with a
quick, sharp wit and a helping hand, he is certainly one ofthe finest.
Football '49, '50, '51, '52, l".T.L. '51, '52, Basketball '49, '50, '51
'52, F.T.L. '51, '52, Capt. '52, Baseball '49, '50, '51, '52, F.T.L. '50,
'51, '52, Capt. '52, A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50,
'51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception '50, '51, Class Treas-
urer '50, Vice-President '51, '52, Glee Club '49, '50, Orchestra '49:
Senior Play 4 Jonathan, Varsity Club '52, Typing Award '52, Canteen
Rep. '49, '50, '51, '52, Vice-President '49, '50, '51, President '52,
Monitor '49, Yearbook Staff '52, Oflice Work '52, Assemblies '49, '50,
'51, '52, Class Will, Boys' State, Alternate, Usher at Graduation '51,
School Paper '50, '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52, French Club '51, Student
Council '52, Camera Club '49, '50, Prom KingA'51, Ring Committee
'51, Boys' Chorus '50, Science Fair '51,
JAMES FRANCIS HENNESSEY
5 9 9
34 Lakeview Road
If you should hear the sound of gay laughter and dancing feet
you can be sure J im is nearby. Now he's off to college where he is bound
to make good.
Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Glee
Club '49, '50, Senior Play - Matt, Typing Award '50, Monitor '49,
Yearbook, Bus. Manager, Office Work '50, '51, '52, Assemblies '49,
'50, '51, '52, Magazine Drive Capt. '49, School Paper '52, Dramatic
Club '50, '51, '52, President '52, Camera Club '49, '50, Play Committee
LEONARD FRANKLIN HIGGINS
East Street Undecided
Lenny's shy polite ways often change as fast as the weather when
his face beams forth with the cutest smile. His favorite pastime is
hunting l ?
Baseball '51, '52, Orchestra '49, Band '49, Memorial Day Exercises
JOSEPH SIDNEY JOLLY
12 Community Vlfay Mechanic
Ile has made a big hit in the hearts of some Sophomore girls with
his flashy Plymouth and cute smile. He is a hard worker but has an
easy going way which makes him liked by all.
Football '48, 749, 'SOQ F.T.L. '50g Social Committee '49, '50, ,51g
Prom Committee '51g Class President '49, Canteen Representative '52:
for our senior Social, and was it good!
PHILIP WAYNE LAW
College Prep Course
38 Sherman Street Undecided
Phil, a quiet, earnest student, has gained the respect of many.
He has kept the social calendar of our class 'alive with his many snap-
Class Officer, Treasurer, '49g Yearbook Staff, Photographyq Pro
Merito '51, '52g Camera Club '49, '50.
Cars and comments, that's Dick. Cars for a pass-time and comments
for 5th eriod classes. Always willing to work, Dick made the cider
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, 'SZQ Social Committee '51, '52.
NORMA JOAN LEARY
' College Course
74 North Street College
A pair of battered sneakers, a friendly laugh, and an active interest
in all school doings remind us of Joan. Snappy clothes and a sharp
wit make her well liked.
A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom
Committee '51, Senior Reception '50, Glee Club '49, '50, Orchestra
'49, '50, Senior Play-Sarah, Girls' Sports Club '50, Yearbook,
Editorial Staff, Assemblies '49, '50, '51, '52, Glee Club Usher '49,
Drivers' Ed. '52.
FRANCIS ANDREW LILL YMAN
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23 Gilmore Street College
A vocabulary a mile long, and a line of the same length describes
F rannie. He has a way with the girls and is hound to be a success.
Social Committee '51, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception '51,
Glee Club '49, '50, Senior Play-Loomis, Assemblies '50, 51, Class
Day Honors, Pro hecy, School Paper '51, Dramatic Club '50, '51,
French Club '50, Camera Club '49, 50, Play Committee '5l.
2 Maple Avenue
School Paper, Adv. Manager '51, Fashions '52, Dramatic Club '51,
'52, Girls' Chorus '52, Science Fair Award '51, Tennis Tournament '50:
EVEL YN MARIE LOMBARDI
"Toot" may be heard at any sport played by F.H.S. With her
fighting school spirit and wonderful cheering, many a team has fought
to win. "BROWN" seems to be her favorite color.
A.A. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom
Committee '51, Senior Reception Committee '51, Glee Club '49, '50,
Varsity Club '52, Girls' Sport Club '50, '51, '52, Yearbook Staff, Typist,
OHice Work '50, '51, '52, School Paper '52, Pro Merito '51, '52, Assem-
bly Participation '51, Cheerleaders '51, '51, '52, Co-Ca t. '52, Dra-
matic Club '52, Girls' Chorus '51, '52, Girls' Basketball -'lVIanager '52,
Assistant Manager '51.
PATSY MAC IVOR
5 Cpat, 5
3 Church Street Entertainment
Singing, dancing, or playing guard on the basketball team, Pat is
bound to be a star. Always ready with a song,that makes you yell
for more. Good luck, Pat!
Basketball '51, '52, Field Hockey '49, '50, '51, F.T.L. '51, Athletic
Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Class Oliicer, Vice-President '49, Glee Club '49,
'50, Canteen Re resentative '49, '50, Assemblies '49, '50, '51, '52,
Magazine Drive Capt. '50, Dramatic Club '50, '51, Girls' Chorus '51,
'52, Typing Award '51, Tennis Tournament '51, '52, Girls' Sports
Club '50, '51,
LOIS FLORENCE MOORE
RUTH ALYCE McCORMlCK
541 South Street Nurse
Ruth, Canada's gift to Foxboro, joined us in our Junior year.
With her quiet but friendly personality, she is sure to be a success in
her chosen career.
Social Committee '51, Prom Committee '51, Glee Club '51, '52,
Senior Play- Marge, Typing Award '52, Yearbook Staff '52, Office
Work '52, Assemblies '51, '52, School Paper '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52,
French Club, Vice-President '52, Girls' Chorus '51, '52, School Trans-
ferred from - Canso, Nova Scotia, Canada.
130 Chestnut Street Child Nursing
Lois, a girl of unlimited talents, has always worked diligently for
our class. Her musical and artistic abilities -are known the town over.
May your future be as bright as you have made our present.
Field Hockey '50, '51, Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Com-
mittee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception '51,
Glee Club '49, '50, Orchestra '49, '50, Girls' Sports Club '50, '51, '52:
Yearbook Staff, Art Editor, Office Work '50, '51, Pro Merito '51, '52,
Assemblies '49, '50, '51, '52, School Paper '50, '51, '52, French Club
'51, '52, Girls' Chorus '51, '52, Student Council '51, Ring Committee
'50, Drivers' Ed. '51.
4. .-'Vis V',-- fi?
JAMES T. NISIL
152 Spring Street Undecided
Quiet and ambitious is our Jim. Alwa s ready to lend a helping
hand in Problems. He'll be missed by his Spring Street Gang.
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, 'Sh Typing Award '50, '51, '52g Office Work
'52g Magazine Drive Capt. '4-9.
DELIA THERESA 0'SULLIVAN
East Street Undecided
A quiet and efficient girl, Dee-Dee has made many friends in her
class. A whiz in the typing room, she is sure to be a success.
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52g Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52g
Glee Club '49g Typing Award '51, '52g Office Work '51, '52.
LESTER MICHAEL PAIVA
159 County Street Undecided
Curly hair and a broad smile, describes Lester. His main interests
seem to be working at the National, puttering around his car, and
girls - from Mansfield.
Track '51g Prom Committee '51g Senior Reception Committee '51g
Marshall at Graduation '49.
VIRGINIA JUNE RENAUD
185 High Street Undecided
A quiet earnest student who has won many friends in her quiet
way. Virginia has helped the school greatly by faithfully collecting
and tabulating the absence list daily.
Social Committee '50, '51, Prom Committee '51, Glee Club '50, '51g
Typing Award '52, Assemblies '50, '51, '52, Girls' Chorus '51, 52.
JANE CAROL REX
260 Central Street College
Long, dark curls, fair skin, and a cute nose are all features of Jane,
the best looking girl of the Senior Class. Jane, working afternoons at
Comey's Cleaners, is certainly their best advertisement.
Basketball '49, Field Hockey '49g Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52g
Prom Committee '51g Class Officer, Secretary, '51, Pro Merito '51, 52:
Yearbook Staffg Usher at Graduation '51, French Club '51, '52g Tennis
Tournament '50, '51.
CYNTHIA ANN ROBERTS
30 South Street College
Short and cute, that's Cyn! Full of energy and pep, she's a whiz
at Tennis and Basketball. A knack for clothes and driving pop's car
seem to be her main interests.
Basketball '52, Field Hockey '49g Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51:
Prom Committee '51g Senior Reception '51g Glee Club '49, '51g Girls'
Sports Club '49, '50, '51, '52g Yearbook Staff '52g School Paper '51:
Dramatic Club '51, '52, Sec.-Treas. '52, Girls' Chorus '51, '52g Marshall
at Graduation '49, Usher, Glee Club Concert '49.
CAROL JANE ROCIIE
6 Centennial Street lfnrlcrialwl
Carol always seemed very quiet, but remember Al's party? Quite
a time! She can usually be found with her friends, Cynthia and Gillie.
Basketball '51, '52, Field Hockey '49, Social Committee '49, '50,
'51, '52, Prom Committee '51: Girls' Sports Club '51, '52, Yearbook
Staff, Dramatic Club '52, Girls' Chorus '51, Usher, Glee Club Concert
'50, Softball '49, Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52.
BEVERLY ANN ROCKWOOD
88 Mechanic Street flflissionary
Beverl A uiet and enial irl who will alwa s be remembered
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for her exact memory and high scholastic honors.
Field Hockey '50, Athletic Asso. '51, '52, Glee Club '49, '50, Year-
book, Editorial Staff, Pro Merito '51, '52, Driver's Ed. '52.
JEANETTE MARIE SCHROMM
6 Clark Street Interior Decorator '
Her ready smile and soft spoken ways have won her many friends.
Her interests are in softball, basketball, and especially Dartmouth!
Basketball '52, Capt. Jr. Varsity '52, Field Hockey '48, '49, '50,
Softball '50, F.T.L. '50, Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Com-
mittees '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception
Committee '50, '51, Glee Club '49, '50, Senior Play - Make-up, extra
girl, Shorthand Award '52, Typing Award 1605 '50,' '51, '52, Girls'
Sports Club '50, '51, '52, Yearbook Staff, Typing Editor, Office Work
'51, '52, Pro Merito '51, '52, Assemblies '50, '51, '52, School Paper
'50, '51, '52, Production Manager '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52, Girls'
Chorus '51, '52, Ring'Committee '51, Memorial Day Exercises '50,
geinnis Tournament '50, '51, '52, Typed for X-Ray Survey '51, Drivers'
DIANNE RUTH S1Vll'l'1l
9 Bradford Street Nurse
Dianne-An enthusiastic and energetic girl. She is always u
threat on the basketball court and a demon on the hockey field. Uur
class clown and the typing genius.
Basketball '50, '51, '52, Field Hockey '49, '50, Co-Capt. '50: Soft-
ball '52, Athletic Assn. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50,
51, '52, Prom Committee '51, Senior Reception '51, Glee Club '49.
50, Senior Play -Choir, Varsity Club '52, Typing Award '51, '52,
Girls' Sports Club '49, '50, Yearbook, Editorial Staff, Office Work '52,
Assembly Participation '51, School Paper, Sports Staff '52, Dramatic
Club '51, '52, Camera Club '50, Drivers' Ed. '51.
Senior Play 4 Scenery Committee.
He has a magic touch on engines and it seems as if he could make
anything on wheels run. Wields a mean hammer and chases all the -?
,- General Course'
Mechanic Street State Police
Walter is the tall, quiet fellow who is always willing to help anyone.
As Mr. Barrows right-hand man, he can usually be found running
the movie projector or doing some other task.
Stock Room '51, '52, Ofhce Work '52: Projector '51, '52.
JOHN JOSEPH SYLVIA
G EJack9 9
17 Pleasant Street Millionaire
Jack will always be remembered as the tall, dark fellow with a
friendly smile. When he is not caring for his race horse, he can usually
be found drinking a frappe at Lord's. '
Basketball '52, Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Committee
'51, Senior Reception '51.
ROBERT CHARLES S YLVIA
5 C Bob, 9
44 Sherman Street College
Bob in his quiet, refined manner, has made many friends. He has
proved to be an outstanding athlete and an asset to any team. As
Herbert in the Senior Play, Bob proved to be quite a hit.
Football '49, '50, '51, '52, F.T.L. '49, '50, '51, '52, Basketball '50,
'51, '52, F.T.L. '51, '52, Baseball '50, F.T.L. '50, Track '50, Prom
Committee '51, Senior Reception '51, Senior Play e- Herbert, Varsity
Club '52, Yearbook Staff, Sports Editor, School Paper '50, '51.
GEORGETTE MARYANN THEBERGE
Neponset Heights .Ecretary
Georgette joined us in '50, coming all the way from Plymouth,
Michigan. Her chief interest in school is in the Glee Club. Quiet
and sincere, Georgie has made many friends here.
Athletic Asso. '51, '52, Social Committee '51, Glee Club '50, '51,
Senior Play-Trimbly Girl, Typing Award '50, '51, '52, Yearbook
V ' Staff '52, Office Work '51, '52, Transferred from Bentley High, Ply-
mouth, Michigan, '50.
NANCY LILLIAN TOOROK
Beach Street Armed Services
Y If you see a friendly blond with a smile for everyone, that's our
Nan. She played hockey for three years and was an asset to the team.
Nancy's parties in the past will never be forgotten by her classmates.
Basketball '49, Field Ilockey '49, '50, '51, Athletic Asso. '49, '50,
Glee Club '49, '50, Pro Merito '51, School Paper '50, Dramatic Club
'50, Ticket Committee '49,
6 Pond Avenue College
A great football end, Lloyd has played varsity ball for four years.
For blocking there's none better. His main interest outside of sports,
seems to be down in Mansfield. Lloyd is the last ofthe Great Truax's,
and is certainly one of the best.
Football '49, '50, '51, '52, Co-Capt. '52, Basketball '51, '52, Track
'49, Athletic Asso. '49, '50, Senior Reception Committee '51, Class
President '49, Vice-President '50, Clee Club '49, Varsity Club '52.
LUCIEN ANDRE TURCOTTE
145 Spring Street Automotive Engineering
Tall, shy and quiet describes Lucien. As a car expert, he never
tires of seeing them or talking about them. His afternoons are spent
working at the laundry.
Yearbook Staff, Photography, Assemblies '52.
AMY EDNA UMBS
G GA m 3. 9 9
12 Glenwood Avenue Secretary
Sweet natured and full of fun, Amy will make friends wherever
she goes. Amy has always been ready to help make the decorations
for our dances and her cheerfulness has made the work seem a pleasure.
Athletic Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52,
Prom Committee '51, Glee Club '49, '50, Typing Award '51, Office
Work '51, '52, School Paper '52, Dramatic Club '51, '52, Yearbook
Staff '52, Typist, Drivers' Ed. '51, Senior Play - Extra Girl.
JOSEPH WILLIAM WASELESKI
183 High Street Electrical Engineer
As president of the class for two years and Editor-in-Chief of the
Yearbook, Joe has done' a commendable job. His scholastic and foot-
ball abilities have gained him outstanding rewards.
Football '49, 550, '51, '52, F.T.L. '51, '52, Cmcapf. '52, Athletic
Asso. '49, '50, '51, '52, Social Committee '49, '50, '51, '52, Prom Com-
mittee '51, Senior Reception Committee '51, Class President '51, '52:
Orchestra '49, Varsity Club '52, Canteen Representative '49, '50, '51:
Monitor '49, '50, Yearbook Staff '52, Pro Merito '51, '52: Assemblies
'49, '50, '51, '52, Boys' State '51, Magazine Drive Capt. '49, Usher
at Graduation '51, School Paper '51, Stock Room '49, Student Council
'51, '52, Play Committee '52, Ring Committee '51, Science Fair
MARGARET LOUISE WEBB
183 Mechanic Street Secretary
Peggy has perseverance, especially when it comes to getting a license.
Besides being a good driver she is also a good student. Peggy came to
us from Canton High in 1951.
Athletic Asso. '50, '51, '52, Giee Club '51, Office Work '51, As-
semhly Participation '51, Transferred from Canton Iligh '51, Driver's
CAROL ANN WHIPP
Belcher Court Nurse
Though Carol has many friends in Mansfield, she is still loyal to
Foxboro High School. Carol's sincere and friendly personality will
surely make her a successful nurse.
Social Committee '4-9, '50g Glee Club '49, '503 Athletic Asso. '49,
'50, '51, '52.
146 South Street
Whatever it takes, Mary has it. She
become engaged. The best of luck in the
Athletic Asso. 'SOQ Social Committee
Assemblies '50g Dramatic Club '51, Girls'
Cen er al Course
is the first girl in the class to
'50, Clee Club '49, '50, '51,
121 Summer Place Undecided
East Foxboro is quite a place with "F'ritzie" and his hunting ambi-
tion. Constant reports from his gun almost always bring down some-
thing! That something must bc what he dreams about in classes.
Senior Play - Scenery Committee.
Graduation' takes new meaning
As our caps and gowns we don.
Seated here 'mongst friends and teachers
High school days -forever gone.
Going forth we take our places
In this world of toil and strife,
Using knowledge that we've gained here
Aiming for a better life.
I f the path is rough and weary,
As we journey on our way,
Each of us should pray for wisdom 4
Guidance through another day.
- Shirley Brown.
President ........ . . . Joseph Waseleski
Vice-President .... . . . Richard Guenard
Secretary ...,... ..... D orothy Dolan
Treasurer . . . . Margaret Donovan
Blue and Silver
'GAnything worth doing -- is worth doing
fda 5 fkziwy
Our Freshman class in forty-eight,
Started out with spirits great,
For here began a high school year,
That we were sure would bring us cheer.
With Truax leading we did fine,
And Patsy followed right in line.
While Dolan kept the records clear,
Phil tended finance throughout the year.
We gave a dance with Chinese theme,
And had a Champion football team.
The time flew by and June drew near,
And then exams with tortured fear.
Then 'twas summer time again,
We'd next be members of grade ten.
Sophisticated Sophomores now,
And all the Freshmen to us bow.
Our President, a Jolly man,
Followed by Truax, mighty grand.
Again the minutes Dolan read,
And Dick then kept the cash ahead.
We had a dance with Santa's sleigh,
And Christmas lights with colors gay.
Our football team won every game,
With all their efforts, brought us fame.
And then, our Sophomore year was through
Our Junior year was seen in view.
As Juniors we then took the stand,
To undertake the things we planned.
This year had many things in store,
Like choosing rings we later wore.
A dance enjoyed by one and all,
And then we cheered for basketball.
The prom had proven a lovely scene,
With Dick as king, and Ann as queen.
Our leaders for that year, you know,
Where Dick and Ann and Jane and Joe.
When summer came we had a date,
At Mr. Metcalfis grand estate.
So once again our work was done,
And out we set for summer's fun.
And now we're Seniors smart and sure,
,lust one more year to endure.
With Joe as leader once again,
Along with Dick, both able men.
Our Secretary now was Dot,
And Peggy held the cash we got.
The first event we Seniors planned,
Was a Record Hop, proven grand.
Of course we gave our firm support,
To dances, clubs, and games of sport.
Until at last there came the day,
We proudly showed, the Senior play.
Our caps and gowns would soon be sent,
So we rehearsed our last event.
Our high school days were at their end,
And soon a different kind of life we'd spend.
Although we're anxious to depart,
There's a touch of sadness in each heart.
-Dorothy A. Dolan.
We, the Class of '52, do hereby bequeath our following possessions to the under-classmen
of this up-standing but rather worn-out institution. We believe ourselves to be sound in body,
fif not in mindl and we consider these our last but greatest gifts to you. We hope you will
cherish them with your jealous hearts and keep them for the remainder of your days in this
house of learning.
To Nlr. Potter we leave our appreciation for putting up with the office parties we had
every 6th period.
To the Juniors we leave all our medals and trophies, and the sincere understanding of
teachers, so that they, too, will be as intelligent, industrious, comprehensive, and modest
as we were.
To the Sophomore's we leave this sound advice: "Don,t give up if you flunk every subject
for three terms - remember there's a 4th term."
To the Freshmen we leave but two words - '4Lay Low."
DAVID BEARCE leaves his passionate art of love-making to Themo fHot lipsj Anagnos.
ELIZABETH BREEDE leaves her well-filled bathing suit to Div fthe purple terrorj De-
Vautour. He always liked the color.
SHIRLEY BROWN leaves her dramatic talent to Rose fjust call me Bubblesj Kersey.
DONALD CHILDS leaves a bale of grass to Coach Certuse so he won't eat all the grass
off of next year's football field.
ROY COLBY leaves this advice to the under-classmen: 4'The way to fight a woman is
with your hat - grab it and run.',
JOAN COBIEAU leaves her fuzzy sweaters and hair-do to Margie fI've got so much
powder on, the fleas are scratching themselvesl Metcalf.
LORNA COMEY leaves her job at Fuller's to the scourge of the Junior Class - Rosetta
CYNTHIA COOK leaves an unused list of statistics for next year's Seniors-and an
automatic tommy gun to protect the Editors of the Yearbook.
FRED DAVISON leaves all his tardy slips and Hblue bugw to Pete fthe muggerb Holske.
NANCY DINIARZIO leaves her ofhce job to Joe fgez me out of class, will ya?D Cardinute.
DOROTHY DOLAN leaves Romeo Rollins to Linda fany man will doj Bleumer.
ANN DONOVAN leaves her reserved parking spot on Payson Road to her innocent
young cousin, Arthur fPoop, ,Inj Ellis.
MARGARET DONOVAN leaves and takes most of her Mansfield contacts with her.
She doesn't want to lose this one!
DORIS DOUCETTE leaves singing - "Fm in love again!"
JANE DWYER leaves her secret reducing diet to the Ballerina of the Sophomore Class,
Bonnie fTwinkle Toesj Peach.
ALICE ENGLEY leaves all her stately silverware and salt and pepper shakers to Hale's
Diner. She got them there in the first place.
ALAN FAIRBANKS leaves all his steadies crying - "If you got the money, Honey, I
got the time."
NATALIE GAUDET, the president of the Worm Club, leaves her left-over love to
Sandy fcome and get me girlsb Mellon.
THERESA GIOVINO leaves some of her delicious meatballs to that wandering immi-
grant Robert fl 'm fatiguedj Huntress.
ROBERT GOVE leaves his scholastic ability and quick thinking to the Einstein of the
Freshman Class Thatcher fMy report card is in technicolorj Carl.
EDITH GRANAHAN leaves her athletic ability to Barbara fmum's the wordj Bristol.
JOHN GROODIE leaves his treasured histrionic fall four linesD to Jean Brunell's sister
RICHARD GUENARD leaves his understanding ways with referees to Alan fStoughton's
my meatj Kivela.
JAMES HENNESSEY leaves his book on how to tango with the women to George
fl get icleasj Fuller.
LEONARD HIGGINS leaves all his fan mail stored in the back of Rm. 2 to Ronald
JOSEPH JOLLY leaves sneaking out the back door!
RICHARD LANDRY leaves to join Lynch's death drivers. It looks like he's been keep-
ing in practice with the family car. X
PHILIP LAW leaves his keen methods of learning to Gerard fhypochondriac in disguisej
JOAN fthe sun did ill LEARY leaves her peroxide and hair tints to the golden girl of
the Freshman Class, Janie fthe runtl Heaton.
FRANCIS LILLYMAN wills his used and slightly abused line to anyone who's hard up
enough to use it.
EVELYN LOMBARDI, vice-president of the Worm Club, leaves to write a book en-
titled - "How to get a man and keep him," or "My failures in Love."
PATSY MACIVOR leaves singing-6'I'm going to dry-clean that man right out of
RUTH lWIcCORlWIICK leaves still wondering why her theme on '4Cocker Spanielsl'
didn't get an A.
LOIS NIOORE leaves her arrangement of chopsticks to Skeeter fFungus F ingersj Parker.
JAMES NISIL leaves a bunch of bananas and a book entitled - "the art of peeling ba-
nanasl' to the Student Council. Now everyone can enjoy the meetings.
ELIZABETH GILLIE leaves her well abused crutches and molded cast to next year's
Girls' Basketball Captain, Dale llleier.
HEATHER GILMAN leaves her tactful ways to Lionel fMoldy brainj Guenard, and
apologizes to Mozart for lousing up his works.
LESTER PAIVA leaves his curly hair to lllr. Girardin.
JANE REX wills her '4Come-on Smile" and alluring charms to Sandra fl took the Charles
Atlas Coursej Kivela.
CYNTHIA ROBERTS and CAROL ROCHE leave to compete for Mother Superior
in the Buddist Convent in Tibet.
BEVERLY ROCKWOOD leaves wondering if Nlr. llletcalf uses Babo or Brillo to get
his Ipana Smile.
JEAN SCHROMNI leaves her collection of rings to be divided equally among the bash-
ful Freshmen girls.
VIRGINIA RENAUD leaves her eyelashes to Lassie.
DIANNE SNIITH wills her book of wise-cracks to Doret fthe bookwormj Newell.
WALTER STANLEY and ROBERT STANKE are leaving by motorcycle. "Take it
easy boysg Mr. Potter is paying for the gasf'
JOHN SYLVIA leaves blushing after his tender and romantic love scene with Barbara.
It must have taken a lot of practice.
BOB SYLVIA leaves the wide open space to next year's wing back, Jim fgolclen toe nailsb
GEORGETTE THEBERGE leaves to join the Woman's Slobobian Foreign Legion.
NANCY TOOROK leaves to write stories for True Confessions. Her first one will be -
'QI Searched for Love in the Darknessf, or MWaiting for the Sun to Setf'
LLOYD TRUAX wills his secret of skipping school to Bob fthe band-aid kidb Taylor.
LUCIEN TURCOTTE wills his tall, handsome, swarthy, dashing and enchanting phy-
sique to the ruler of the little boys, Jack firon fstj Davis.
AMY UMBS wills her skill in handling a canoe full of boys to the Indian of the Junior
Class, Shirley fPocahontasD Guerrini.
JOE WASELESKI gives his powerful build to Albert fl'm big, Fm big, Fm bigll Rosinski.
MARGARET WEBB leaves for Hollywood to take over Gorgeous George's job.
CAROL WHIPP leaves to become the school nurse and says everyone will have phy-
sicals,- even Dr. Buckley.
MARY WHITE drops her book ,and runs out yelling - "I made it, Bobby, Let's golw
LAWRENCE WINSLOW leaves to hunt bigger game than can be found in F. H. S.
In Witness, thereof, We the class of 1952, of Foxboro High, leave through all available
portals and remembering all the wonderful times we should have had, wade back in through
the tears, to set our hand and seal, falso footprintsl to this,- our last will and testament.
On this llth day of June one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two.
COD SAVE THE FACULTY OF F. H. S.
WYITNESSES: Nature Boy Buckley, ,lake the Snake, Dagmar, The Little Puflangar, Baby Face
Barrows, Fearless F osdick Metcalf.
DEXTER ALAN FAIRBANK, RICHARD GUENARD.
Well, here I am receiving my final reward for writing this historical data. It's warm down here
and they tell me I look cute in red flannels. Oh well, I don't think I could have learned to play a harp,
but I-was very good at the phonograph. Would you like to know my name? l was Casper lnkelfinker Il l,
one-time president of the S. P. F. F. A. A. fSociety for the Preservation and Furthering of Female
Appreciation in Americaj.
Lucifer has instructed me to go up on Earth and find out about our future guests.
The Hades Express stops at Payson Road where we see Ann Donovan sitting on the front steps
with ten children around the yard. They all have basket-balls and wear marine hats. She finally roped
the Marines down. It's nice that she built her house here - she always did like the scenery down here.
As I pass by the National I see a '39 Ford parked out front. Looking further I see Dave Bearce
sitting in the manager's cage throwing darts at a picture on the wall. Why - It's a photo of Alan Fair-
bank! Oh well - all's fair in love and so forth. On leaving the National, I see a familiar figure walking
down the street with a trail of swooning females in his wake. What do you know, it's Donald Childs
still torturing the women. When is he going to get married?
As I go down to the site of the Old High School, I see Roy Colby tearing it down. It seems Hoy
went into the contracting business professionally just before the bids started on wrecking the building.
He seems so interested in the work - we won't disturb him.
Alan Fairbank finally married Heather Gilman. They loved each other so much and they do
make such a cute couple. I see that they are having a little spat on what style of wallpaper to use for
their new house - he wants pin ups, while she wants slide rules. Guess they will compromise as they
always :lid and have the first photos of the noted hunter, Gargoyle Crunily, who has just returned
from Lower Slobovia with a large cargo of the rare Plumley Oblongatus for Three Toed Dodo Birdj.
John Groonie has started a wrestling arena in Plainville on a dirt road. His clientele is all
female 1 he never did get over his double date with Freddy Davison 4 neither did she I'll bet!
Dick Guenard has a house half built over on the other side of the Foundry Pond. When I asked
him why he didn't finish it, he said he had to give his kids a chance, too. He and Shirley could always
be found Mlooking around the new house" every Saturday night.
Jim Hennessey finally became an undertaker. I hear he installs a juke box in every coffin and
he plays polka music at the wakes. He has an advertisement in the paperg quote - "Come to Dancing
Diggers, for all your parties - refreshments served any time with a small rover charge."
Lennie Higgins got lost when he rushed out to Hollywood. Someone told him that the movies
had a lot of Wlzipp to the roles.
Philip Law is a motion picture producer - pretty soft Phil, lying on the sands of Hawaii, snap-
ping photos of pretty girls all day.
The town is still in confusion over Bob Sylvia's love life. With all the females in Foxboro, he is
in the same position he was ten years ago. Oh well A keep trying, Bob, we're all pulling for you.
Dick Landry still has car fever. He is looking for a car as smart as his first one. He can't find
any more that will roll over for him.
,lack Sylvia has purchased a Heel of trucks to carry all the medals he has accumulated from all
his past horses. Oh! Incidently, I heard he is starting up a glue factory and a dog food plant, wonder
why, . . . l
joe Jolly is still wondering how be got out of High School. He is writing a new book on -
MHOW TO PASS THE HALLECK TEST IN 200 EASY VOLUMES.,i He doesn't seem to be selling
them too fast.
Cynthia Cook is still trying to work out a set of statistics that will please everyone - she is just
starting out on her fourth truckload. Keep it up Cynthia, someone may read it all afterwards.
Over in Ireland, Dorothy 'alt isnit practical" Dolan is trying to take the pot of gold away from
the leprechaun -- who knows, she may still make her class trip.
Natalie Gaudet is running a garage over in Attleboro 1 She has bought and sold many autos,
but she isnit satisfied yet - seems she is still interested in one special Kerr.
,Ioan Leary is in the Five and Ten selling a new hair dye. Iim told. it's her own special formula.
She calls it the "Strong Rays of the Sun." Her pet slogan for this product is -"Nature isnit always
right - but H202 is! ! ! ! !
Lucien Turcotte, James Nisil, and Bob Cove have formed into a new thriving company called
the Consolidated Industries of Aeronautical Designs. They manufacture aluminum planes to replace
the outdated study hall models. They tried to drag Walter Stanley into it, but Walter has his atten-
tions on automotive designs.
Carol Roche is trying to teach a certain boy how to improve his car manners, but heis too busy
with his dancing and embalming business. She says the only way she can see him is to drop dead! ! l l
Judy Granahan and Beverly Rockwood have published a new book on Trigonometry for Mr.
Metcalf, who never got his new set. Between each problem, they have a joke to help Frank keep
the class bearable.
The Town has hired Lonsdale Raceway for Lois "Speed', Moore - It seems they got tired of re-
surfacing Cocassett Street for her evening spins.
,Ioan Comeau has started a car rental business. All the boy friends, ears and not enough time
in the day to drive them all!
The crowds swarm over to Roll-land every night to see Lorna Comey in her workouts. She took
up comic roller skating. One night she fell and everyone thought it was Fournier fcorrection -funnierj.
Theresa "Frieda" Giovino is still insisting that she will not be rescued from any burning barn
again. Twice in two nights was enough for her.
Cynthia Roberts can be seen over at Jones' Beach whistling for "Peter", She ran too fast the
first time and lost him. The poor kidis pining away.
Betty Breede and "Toot" Lombardi have started a man hater's club. "Toot" just got tired
of chasing C. A. M. around because he still wouldn't notice her! he is too busy with his 5 kids.
Betty just hates men on general principles.
Shirley Brown is still pining for the Marine that got away. Maybe you donit know about this
fella, or you're not sure of whom it is,- but Weir! I ! !
Hold everything! l l ! Thereis Amy Umbs sitting on the common pulling a flower apart. As I
get closer I hear:
"Eeny meeny miny mo A the years come in and then they go,-
Each boy marries and I get rided, Because I 'm still so undecikledfi
Nancy Dimarzio and Doris Doucette are working over at the Company. They are both trying
to get the boss to play records in the typing room over there.
Pat Maclvor has quit her job - someone in the front row had darts. She is now working for the
F.B.I. as an undercover agent - biggest change she's made yet! ! l I
Ruth McCormick is working in a dry cleaning place now 4 she always was good at picking up
Delia O'Sullivan has started a bus line down to East Foxboro. Now she can ride home from the
Peggy Donovan is married and has a daughter. "Little Iodine" has just come home and told
her mother that she has a date with a guy, but it's on the same day she gets out of Girls' State 1-
Wow! Peg, what language! l ! ! Temper, Temper.
Alice Engley has set up a nursery where the Publix Cleaners were located. She loves children
so much. She says she is just hiding her time until "Howey,' comes back.
Liz "Bold and Defianti' Gillie is driving a taxi now. She always had a habit of taking rides any
old time. "This job isn't so much fun," she tells me, "there aren't any risks to it."
Virginia Renaud is raising flowers down on South Street. She does a good business just when the
report cards come out. - The school hasnit changed much, I guess.
Lester Paiva is in the army, and doing a very important job. Ile cleans the insides of cannonsg
no one else is small enough. Lester has his own built-in mop too.
Jeanette Schromm is still trying out her special brand of 'Lfirst aid" on the youth of Foxboro,
but instead of reviving them, she knocks them out again.
Dianne Smith is riding around in the new car, day in and day out, waiting for the certain ex-
employee of the Bay State to come back to her. She has such a peculiar reaction to his name -W mention
it and she turns green, with anxiety? ? ? 'P
Georgette Theberge, Nancy Toorok, and Margaret Webb have been taking extended English
Classes, because they liked it so much the first time through.
Joe Waseleski seems unusually relaxed and rested just as though he hadn't been doing anything -
he hasn't. He is still recouperating from the class Yearbook. They ought to let him out anytime now.
When I went in to see him, they asked me not to mention anything about the Book, or the Statistics,
because he goes into a babbling frenzy when he thinks of them.
Carol Whipp is still running. At the word physieals, you should see her speed pick up.
Lawrence Winslow has a soft spot in his heart for Miss Briggs. and her sixth period study class.
I don't think the feeling is mutual, though.
Lloyd Truax is still puzzled over that confusing game of Basketball. The referee always got sore
when he made a fiying tackle, or blocked a kick.
Fred Davison is still trying to get that date in Mansfield. He can't forget the night she accepted
him when he wasn't feeling too well.
Bob Stanke has decided to go to college and can't make up his mind which courses to take: Basket-
weaving, crochet, pool, ping-pong, or post ofiice.
Well, that ends the Devil's diary, and I'm getting cold. The Hades Express turns around as if by
magic, and heads back to the underworld. I'll probably get the dungeons for this revenge on literature,
but if I do, I know that there will be a lot of company down there with me in a few short years. I can
wait, I've got all the time in the world - but you haven'tl I ! l
I'll be seeing you - soon.
--Francis A. Lillyman.
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DONE MOST FOR CLASS
Theresa Ciovino, Dick Cuenard
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST DATE
Cynthia Cook, Joe Waseleski Amy Umbs, Dick Guenard
Cynthia Cook, Philip Law
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,Ioan Comeau, James Hennessey
,lane Rex, Bob Sylvia
Beverly Rockwood, Philip Law
Natalie Gaudet, Joe Waseleski
Lorna Comey, Alan Fairbank
Joan Leary, Lennie Higgins
Ann Donovan, Dick Guenard
Amy Umbs, Joe Waseleski
BEST SHAPE Betty Breede
BEST BUILD Bob Sylvia
OLDEST Joe folly
YOUNGEST Shirley Brown
Dianne Smith, Alan Fairbank
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First Row Cleft to rightj 1 Nlary Buckley, Eleanora Cataloni, Sally Roberts, Mr. Brainerd, Marilyn Peach, Larry Brunell, Walter Durham,
Nancy ,Dodkin., Mr. Metcalf, Jane Fairbank, Claire Doucette, Emma Freeman. Seeonrl Row: Lee Sallie, Priscilla Romiglio, Carolyn
Street, Barbara York, Doris Sullivan, Marlene Cook, Martha Grifhths, Margaret Bristol, Lorraine Gayton, Marjory Metcalf
Helena Schromm, Mary Sanford, Eleanor Dooley, Elizabeth Gallagher. Third Row: Dean Swift, Otis Downs, William Goodwin, Girard
Lynch, Judith Adrey, Joan Dodkin, Elaine Cook, Linda Bluemer, Larry Bearce, Michael Shea, Alan Johnson, William Bray. Fourth
Row: David Colburn, Frank Heffron, Ronald Flanders, George Fuller, Ronald Parker, Joseph Cardinute, Russell llarnden., Carlton Smith.
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Blue and Silver
Front Row: Left to rightg Co-Captain Lloyd Truaxg Albert Weirq Edward Mellong Don Childsg
Robert Devaughterg .loe Cardinuteg Ronald Flanders.
Second Row: Frank Hefferong Alfred Rollinsg Jim Wallaceg Robert Taylorg Co-Captain Joseph
Waseleskig George Fullerg Bob iylviag Fred Davidsong Dick Cuenardg Dick Knightg Albert
Rosinski, Thatcher Carlg Ronald arkerg Coach John Certuse.
Handicapped by inexperienced men and lack of material, Coach Certuse man-
aged to pull the team through with a four win, three lose, and one tie record.
Small in size but big in fighting spirit the Blue and Gold boys surprised many of
their opponents as well as the townspeople. After playing the best game of the year
at Wareham the squad ended the season by bowing out to a strong Mansfield
To next years team and to Coach Certuse we wish you the best of luck for a
F oxboro. . . . . .19 Northbridge .... . . . . . . 7
Foxboro. . . . . . 0 North Attleboro . . . . . . . .13
Foxboro. . . . . .13 Somerville Vocational. . . . 0
Foxboro. . . . . .34 Franklin ,........ . . . . . . 7
Foxboro. . . . . .14 Billerica ..... . . . . .21
Foxboro. .. ...31 North Easton. . .. . . . .13
Foxboro. . . . . .19 Wareham .... . . . . .19
Foxboro. . , . . .14 Mansfield . . . . . .25
First Row flrft to rightjz James Wallace CAssistant Managerl, Ronald Flanders, Robert Sylvia,
Richard Guenard CCaptainj, Coach Ahern, Ronald Parker, Daniel Comes, John Davis Q Manager J.
Second Row: Peter Holske, Waller Durham, Charles Groome, George Fuller, Frank lleffron,
Bruce Rex, Allan Kivela, William Bray. Third Row: David Cuenard, Robert Taylor, Joseph
Cardinute, Larry Bearce, Gregory Plakias, Arnold Mclnis, David Bodie.
Under the able direction of Coach John Ahern the squad finished up in fourth
place in the Hockomock League. Considering the lack of material and the in-
experience of the team in general, the squad had a fairly successful season ending
an eighteen game schedule with a nine win and nine lost record.
Franklin . . .
Alumni . . .
Randolph . .
N. Easton .
Manslield . .
Randolph . .
N. Easton .
Mansheld . .
First Row fleft to rightj: Allan Kivela, Robert Taylor, George Fuller, Ronald Flanders, Richard
Guenard, Ronald Parker, Joseph Cardinute, Robert Richards. Second Row: William Bray,
Carl Shepardson, John Comey, Thatcher Carl, Bruce Rex, Gregory Plakias, Arnold Mclnis,
Allan Britton, Coach Burgess. Third Row: Lee Oswell, Douglas Floyd, Larry Bearce., Alfred
Rollins, Michael Shea, John, Cook, Lionel Guenard, David Guenard.
The baseball team who will be under the supervision of Charles Burgess, a new
member to our Athletic Department, is looking forward to a successful season.
With the return of only a few veterans, this year's team will provide many of
the younger boys with an opportunity to prove themselves and earn a position
on the squad.
Regardless of a rough nineteen game schedule, we are confident that the team
will make a good showing, win, lose, or draw.
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First Row Cleft to rightlz William Jolly, Edgar Peavy, Walter Durham, Lester Paiva, Frank
Heffron, Francis Buckley, Russell Green. Second Row: Peter Holske., John Silver, Otis Downs,
Daniel Comes, Ronald Foster, Edward Mellon, John Davis, Coach Certuse.
1952's Track team, coached by ,lohn Certuse, is a young team but swift and
courageous notwithstanding. It is entered in many meets and it is hoped that it
will have a very successful season.
A GIRLS" BASKETBALL
First Row Cleft to rightj: Carol Roche, Cynthia Cook, Edith Granahan, Elizabeth Cillie CCaptainl,
Dianne Smith QActing Captainj, Patsy Maclvor, Ann Donovan, Dorothy Dolan. Second Row:
Marlene Dolan CAssistant Managerj, Cynthia Roberts, Jean Schromm, Priscilla Kay, Rose
Kersey., Miss Fearnley, Joyce Bent, Ann Ashby, Marilyn Peach, Nancy Peach, Evelyn Lom-
bardi CManagerD. Third Row: Ruth Forrest, Marlene Cook, Margaret Bristol, Heather Gilman,
Carolyn Darling., Jane Rollins, Lorraine Gayton.
i GIRL 'BA KETBALL
The girls' basketball team had a fairly successful season losing only five out of
twelve games played.
The most exciting game played was at Attleboro. Foxboro held a close lead
right up until the closing minutes when Attleboro took a five point lead which
Foxboro could not overcome. On the victorious side in a game with Sharon, Fox-
boro came from behind to win in the closing minutes.
Each game was played with an unending drive. The team played together
like one person.
Elizabeth Gillie chosen as Captain was injured early in the season and was
unable to play in any of the remaining games. Dianne Smith very ably took over
as acting Captain.
The accurate shooting of the forewards, the excellent defense of the guards and
the team's unending drive led them to many victorious upsets over opposing teams.
Girls' Sports Editor
First Row Cleft to rightj: Lorraine Gayton, Heather Gilman, Cynthia Cook, Dianne Smith, Edith
Granahan, Margaret Donovan, Ann Donovan, Elizabeth Breede, Shirley Brown. Second Row:
Carolyn Darling, Nancy Dodkin, Marcia Foster, Eleanor Dooley, Judy Ardrey, Yvonne Welsh,
Martha Griffiths, Margaret Bristol., Gail Fitzpatrick, Joyce Bent, Lorrinda Bluemer, Miss
Fearnley. Third Row: Emma Freeman, Eleanora McKay, Nancy Peach, Charlotte Peavy,
Elaine Cook, Joan Dodkin, Rose Kersey, Marilyn Peach, Ann Ashby, Mary Buckley, Shirley
This years' Field Hockey team, under the direction of Coach Jean Fearnley,
bettered any previous record set by other Foxboro Field Hockey Teams.
Teamwork was the key to the teams' success. Handicapped by the loss of many
top players, the girls put everything they had into a game. They won over Hope-
dale, who has beaten Foxboro for many years. Whether they won or lost the girls
were ready for the next team.
High scorers were Captain Judy Granahan, Dianne Smith and Cynthia Cook.
The defense attack was led by Anne Ashby Cleft backl, Bonnie Peach Qcenter backj,
and Betty Breed fright backl.
The team wishes to thank manager Carolyn Darling for doing such a fine job.
Foxboro ...... 1 Hingham. . .
Foxboro .0 Braintree ..
Foxboro . 2 Canton ....
Foxboro .3 Stoughton .
Foxboro .2 Hopedale ..
Foxboro ...... 0 Oliver Ames
.1 Randolph . .
First Row Cleft to rightlx Doris Doucette CManagerD, Joan Dodkin, Margaret Bristol, Lorraine
Gayton, Elizabeth Gillie, Edith Granahan, Dianne Smith. Second Row: Judy Ardrey, Carol
Roche, Carolyn Darling, Margaret Donovan, Martha Griffiths, Rose Kersey, Lorrinda Bluemer,
Coach Fearnley. Third Row: Jane Fairbank, Ann Ashby, Marilyn Peach, Eleanor Dooley, Shirley
Gallagher, Eleanora McKay.
In the season of 1951 the Girls' Softball team won the Hockomock League
Championship by winning all of their league games.
Another successful season is looked forward to this year, with many girls plan-
ning to come out for the team.
Girls' Sports Editor
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First Row Qleft to rightj -Judy Ardrey, Doret Newell, Joan Leary, Natalie Gaudet, Alfred
Rollins, Ann Donovan, Elizabeth Breede, Shirley Brown. Second Row- Miss Briggs, Dianne
Smith, Rose Kersey, James Hennessey, Cynthia Cook, Carolyn Darling, Evelyn Lombardi,
Dorothy Dolan, Mrs. Sullivan. Third Row- Marilyn Peach, Amy Umbs, Alan Kivela, Francis
Lillyman, Richard Cuenard, Elaine LeBaron, Jean Schromm, Cynthia Roberts, Marie Cicu.
PRO MERITO OCIETY
Becoming a member of this national society is an honor much esteemed and
proudly upheld by its members. TQ gain membership a student must have attained
an average of 85123 or better for the first three years of his high school career.
Membership is extended at the end of the senior year to those students who have
gained the required 85fZ,, and to those already members, who have retained this
average, a pin is awarded.
First Row Qlefl to rightj - Edith Granahan, Elizabeth Gillie, Robert Sylvia, Richard Guenard,
Elizabeth Breede, Dianne Smith. Second Row-- Evelyn Lombardi, Joseph Waseleski, Cynthia
Cook, Ann Donovan.
lfnder the capable direction of Miss Jeanette Briggs, the staff worked dili-
gently to produce a line paper. This year the Fox-Trotter was published in four
issues with an extra edition devoted to basketball. The publication was changed
this year, from a printed sheet to a mimeographetl paper.
First Row Cleft to rightl - Lois Moore, Jeannette Schromln, Evelyn Lombardi, Philip Law,
Cynthia Cook, Shirley Brown, Beverly Rockwood. Second Row - Edith Cranahan, Ann Donovan,
Margaret Donovan, Joseph Waseleski, John Groome, Jane Rex, Heather Gilman, Dorothy Dolan.
VAR ITY CL
The Varsity Club membership is made up of Seniors who have at least two
letters in one sport, or a total of three letters in various sports.
Last year it was decided to discontinue the purchasing of jackets because of
the high price. The Varsity Club has decided to raise the money needed with the
aid of the school.
Left to right 4 Elizabeth Gillie, Ann Ashby. fCirls' Sports Clubj.
First Row Cleft to rightj -Marjory Metcalf, Evelyn Lombardi, Ann Donovan, Rose Jodice
Second Row - Nancy Dodkin, Bonnie Peach. Top - Shirley Guerrini. fCheerleadersJ.
GIRLS' SPORT CLUB
The Sports Club, under the direction of Miss Jean Fearnley, enjoyed many
outings this year. Some of the outings were Roller Skating, Bowling, and Ice Skat-
President - Elizabeth Gillie Secretary-Treasurer - Anne Ashby
Program - Ann Donovan Sports Editor - Judy Granahan
First Row Clcft to rightj 4Jean Schromm, Joan Leary, Evelyn Lombardi, Margaret Donovan,
Cynthia Cook, Shirle Brown, Beverly Rockwood, Marcia Foster. Second Row- Ann Ashby,
Jane Dwyer, Lorna Ciomey, Jane Rex, Gail Fitzpatrick, Anna Sylvia, Virginia Renaud, Joyce
Bent, Shirley Guerrini. Third Row- Doret Newell, Adrienne Russell, Joyce Gafford, Natalie
Gaudet, Elizabeth Breede, Delia O'Sullivan, June Ludwig, Katherine Honnors, Elizabeth Spencer.
Q Drivers' Education D.
The Cheerleaders worked very hard this year perfecting new cheers and pep-
ping up the crowd. This was the first year the school bought uniforms for them, and
also the hrst year they had a chance to enter a Cheerleaders' Tournament. ,Ql-
though they didn't win, they learned a lot and enjoyed themselves immensely.
They wish to thank the school, the students, their coach Miss Margery Briand, and
the townspeople for giving them such marvelous support throughout the year.
First Row Cleft to rightj - Judy Ardrey, Elizabeth Breede, Mr. Brainard cAlIUiS0fD, Alfred Rollins,
Margaret Donovan CPresirlentD, Ann Donovan. Second Row-Elaine Morse, Treva Cornish,
Sandra Kivela, Allan Kivela, Richard Guenard, Ellen Engley, Shirley Cuerrini. Third Row-
l6arry Brunell, Arnold Mclnnis, James Waseleski, Michael Shea, Albert Rosinski. fstudent
TUDE T CO NCIL
This year the council was under the supervision of Mr. Arthur Brainard. A
great deal was accomplished by this student governing board, including the pur-
chasing and selling of Foxboro High School bookcovers. Plans were made for pro-
jects to be completed in the coming years.
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two most outstanding events were the entertaining of two French girls, one in February, and one
in April, who were born in Paris and grew up in France, and are now attending American schools
Their visits delighted and entertained all the members, as well as adding to their knowledge o
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Frieda . . .
Herbert Cage ,
Sarah Gage .
Paula Gage . .
Barbara Cage .
Marge Cage . . .
George Husted . .
Mr. Loomis . . .
Uncle Walter .
Matt Rockwood . .
Trembly Girl . .
. . ROBERT SYLVIA
. . . JOAN LEARY
. . SHIRLEY BROWN
. . . ANN DONOVAN
. . . JOHN SYLVIA
. . . . RICHARD GUENARD
. . CYNTHIA COOK
. . , DAVID BEARCE
. . JOHN GROOME
. . GEORGETTE THEBERGE
The Choir . . .Dorothy Dolan, Elizabeth Breede, Dianne Smith, Patsy MacIvor
Mourners . . .Jane Dwyer, Lorna Comey, Joan Comeau, Alice Engley, Elizabeth
Cillie, Carol Roche, Jeannette Schromm, Amy Umbs
Pall Bearers ..... Donald Childs, Walter Stanley, Lloyd Truax, Joseph Jolly
Three Neighbors ....... Virginia Renaud, Cynthia Roberts, Nancy Toorok
Under Study for Marge , . ............,... Shirley Brown
Properties ......, . . Jane Dwyer, Edith Granahan, Peggy Donovan
Prompters . ....,. Natalie Gaudet, Evelyn Lombardi
Make- Up .
Call Mistress .
Organ Music . . .
Lights and Curtain
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. . . Joan Comeau
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Scenery . , .Donald Childs, John Groome, Heather Gilman, Roy Caby, Leonard
Higgins, Robert Cove, Richard Landry, Lawrence Winslow, Robert
Usherettes . , . Joan Comeau, Nancy DiMarzio, Peggy Donovan, Jane Rex,
Beverly Rockwood, Doris Doueette, Mary White, Margaret Webb, Delia
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206 North Main Street
Feminine Wearables of Distinction
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Route U. S. 1 and 140
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Complete Insurance Service
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Insurance Agency - Notary Public
51 Central Street, Telephone 600
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KIRLEY COAL and SUPPLY CO.
208 North Main Street
MOORE'S DRY GOOD STORE
MUSTO'S BEAUTY SALON
ELLSI K. BROWN
Attorney- at Law
Atherton Furniture Co.
Chester C. Gilbert, Theodore W. Gil-
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32 South Main Street
Don Currivan Insurance Agency
72 Central Street, Mansfield, Mass.
Telephone Foxboro 2386 - Mans. 440
BEL-MAR BEAUTY SALON
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THE DANCE STUDIOS
I3 Bird St., Foxboro, Massachusetts
Classes in, Toe, Acrobatic, Tap, Ballet,
Torrance Furniture Co.
Complete Home Furnishers
II2 North Main St., Tel. 670
M G M GARDENS
Fresh Eggs, Poultry, Fruit,
Phones 2526-2379, 85 Main Street
South Main Street
57 Main St., Foxhoro, Massachusetts
Television and Electrical Appliances
THRIFT MOTOR SALES
VINNIE,S BARBER SHOP
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Complete Home Furnishings at Reasonable Rates
FOXBORO FURNITURE STORE
GENERAL ELECTRIC and CROSLEY APPLIANCES
Television Sales and Service
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THE CHICKEN COOP RESTAURANT
Route 123, Attleboro - Norton
Private Dining Room for Parties
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Central and South Streets
Telephone 949, Foxboro, Massachusetts
Stork Diaper Service
Telephone Foxboro 923
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Sunny Side Service Station
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FAMILY SHOE STORE
Fine Footwear - Repairing Specialty
FOXBORO 5c to 31.00 STORE
Radio and Television
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FOXBORO CASH STORE
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SILLMAN'S SHOE STORE
43 Park Street
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75 Granite Street
Wedding and Shower Gifts
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The Pilgrim Shoppe
North Main Street
,Iimmie's Sandwich Shop
Downy Flake Doughnuts Tel. 14
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Meats - Groceries - Provisions
457 N. Main St., Tel. Mans. 68
THE LITTLE SHOP
Ice Cream - Candy - Tonic
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214 N. Main Street Mansfield
Tel. 102 Mansjield
Martin Fabrics, Inc.
165 North Main Street
Spier the Jeweler
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
235 N. Main St., Mansfield, Tel. 1099
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
V. DeClemente Dept. Store
266-272 North Main Street
hone 277 Mansfield, Mass.
Curtis S. Miller
J. Arthur Wheeler Co.
PARKER'S Home of fine clothing
for the entire family
160 N. Main St., Mansfield
Dr. Calvin Wilkins
, North Attleboro, Massachusetts
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Morini's Super Marliet
PEACIFS NEWS STORE
NATHAN S. EMERY
Baker Street, Foxboro, Mass.
Dr. EDMUND PLONOWSKI
N. Nardelli Shoe Store
41 Central Street
Laundry 81 Dry Cleaning Service
Alphonso Tartufo - Joseph Falotico
OLD CORNER STORE
W. L. STEARNS Sz SON
Established in 1873
OUIMET'S DRUG STORE, Inc.
Kelly Boulevard, Route 152
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
Aiken's Service Station
61 Chauncy St Tel. 468
Fernandes Super Market
Norton and North Easton
Albert A. Waterman Co. Inc.
Taxi Stand at Depot
Mansfield. Mass. Telephone 40
Fitzpatrick Pioneer Store ,
F oxboro, Massachusetts
Attleboro 85 Plainville Coal Co.
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
C. A. Fiore
Family .Shoe Store Tel. 861-W Mans.
378 North Main Street, Mansfield
Bovay Electric Company
Residential and Commercial Wiring
Foxboro, Mass. Phone 2280
FLOYD A. TIBBITS
Carroll Cut Rate
42 Central Street, Foxboro, Mass.
Community Jewelry Shop
North Attleboro and Norwood
Conipo Chemical Co.
Corner Flower Shoppe
2 N. Main St., Mansfield, Mass.
Telephone Mans. 1064
A. Bielan and Sons, Prop.
Telephone Mansfield 2 10
Edward H. Cruickshank,Contractor
North Easton, Massachusetts
Phone Easton 612-M
FOXBORO COFFEE SHOP
FOXBORO HAT SHOP
Compliments of :
Foxcroft Garden Greenhouse
Say it with Flowersm' Phone Fox. 781
U. S. Route 1, Foxboro, Mass.
Georges' Cleansing Service
Elliot NI. Cove
Plumbing and Heating
28 Sherman St., Foxboro 360
6GJim99 and G6Ben99
Norge Appliances, Television
BAKER - KOZAK, Inc.
Plumbing and Heating -- Oil Burner Sales and Service
Residence 145 North Street
FOXBORO 2092 STORE 46 CENTRAL STREET
L. J. CATALDO CO.
FRANKLIN AND FOXBORO
Stores of Confidence
Suits - Topcoats - Sports Coats - Furnishings - Sporting Goods
F. E. Wills Insurance Agency
Insurance and Real Estate
North Main Street, Mansfield, Mass.
THE YARN SHOPPE
Compliments of: Compliments of:
The Foxboro House
Good Food - Special Parties - Open for
Luncheons - Foxhoro, Massachusetts
H. ORVILLE DAVIS
Foxboro, Massachusetts With sincere appreciation for our
'aservice with a smile"
Compliments of: GENE and SUM
THE STUDIO SHOP
THE FOXBORO HOOSTERS CLUB
The Childrens Friend
ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME
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Here's a unique new device that shows dew "in the making"
. . . long betore it becomes a source of trouble to the food or
chemical processor, the blast furnace operator the warehouse
operator. It's the first simple method ot reading dewpoint
directly and continuously.
This exclusive development, the Foxboro Dewcel, is in a class by
itself. It works on an entirely new principle for humidity instruments
. . . measuring actual humidity instead of relative.
The Dewcel is only one of many recent Foxboro contributions to
the advancement of processing efficiency. Instrumentation
developed by The Foxboro Company for measuring and
controlling temperature, pressure, flow, liquid level and many
other process variables is employed in practically every
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