Foxboro High School - Red Fox Yearbook (Foxboro, MA)
- Class of 1953
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THE E ORCLASS
Foxboro H i la School
For his unTiring efTorTs in guidance, we, The class of
1953 dedicaTe This, The sixTeenTh issue of The RED FOX,
To Mr. John O. Barrows.
WiTh his kind undersTanding aTTiTude and paTience, he
has helped many of us choose our TuTure careers and
occupaTions. He has helped us undersTand The many
problems which face The young people of Today.
We Thank you, Mr. Barrows, wiTh The deepesT sinceriTy
from The boTTom of our hearTs.
To the Class of 1953
The person who is successful in earning the respect of his fellow citizens or
in earning money for material things is the one who sets his sights and proceeds
toward his goal. He uses criticism to improve himself, he uses disappointments
to strengthen his perseverance, he uses minor failures as lessons for future action.
He prepares himself by all the study, formal or informal, he can make available.
He goes to school, any school that will prepare him for his life work. So I say to
you, go to school as long as possible to become proficient in your chosen vocation.
You boys will find your schooling or your job interrupted by military service.
Don't let this deter you from your ambitions. Use the experience to the best of
your ability for the sake of your country. On your return you can then plunge
into your own personal affairs with a greater knowledge of people and the affairs
As a final thought to all of you, to each boy and each girl, why not adopt a
motto something like this, "No matter how well l did the iob today, I shall try
to do it a little better tomorrow."
CHARLES G. TAYLOR
Superintendent of Schools
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careers in industry or the pro-
Aiso by exampie and precepts your teachers have en-
deavored to make you good citizens. You young peopie
graduating today vviii in a tevv years become the backbone
ot your community. You wiii be caiied upon to assume re-
sponsibilities intiuencing the iite, the tone and the progress
ot your community.
You in America enioy the greatest advantages, and op:
portunity ot any peopie in the vvorid. You aiso inherit the
Be toierant and you vviii become more understanding. tt
is vvorthvvhiie to make good triends and desirabie to be abie
to work with others.
Remember ruies and reguiations are necessary. Without
these iavvs it vvouid be unendurabie chaos.
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ALVIN H. BALL
ARTHUR B. BRAINERD
Chemistry, Biology, Physics,
General Science, Student Coun
JOHN J. AHERN
Social Science, Basketball
GLADYS W. BEERS
English, French, Yearbook Ad-
ALICE D. BRAWN
Latin, Social Studies
English, General B u s i n e s s,
Commercial Geography, School
SHIRLEY F. INMAN
Girls' Physical Education, Girls'
BERRYMAN D, MINAH
CHARLES W. LIBBY
Mathenatics, Finance Officer
HELEN H. LIPNER
DORIS E. SULLIVAN
MARY E. SULLIVAN
General Math, Typing I, Book-
keeping I and ll
HUBERT W. WARD
Assistant Principal of High
THOMAS J. RUGGIERO
Director of Physical Education,
Assistant FootbaIl,Coach, Base-
ALVIN L. STEWART, JR.
Director of Athletics, Football
Coach, Track Coach
GINA F. WHITEHOUSE
ANNE HARRIET Ast-iav
28 Oak St. Physical Education Coach
Good looks and fine athletic ability make up our Anne, Always
willing to help and there when you want her, we're sure
she'll go far.
Basketball 51, 52, 53, Field Hockey 51, 52, 53, Athletic As-
sociation 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53,
Prom Committee 52, Glee Club 52, 53, Varsity Club 53, Moni-
tor 53, Yearbook Staff 53, Office Work 51, 52, 53, Pro Merito
52, Assembly Participation 50, Cheerleader-Sub 51, Usher at
Graduation 52, French Club 51, 52, Drivers Education 52,
Science Fair 51, 52, Art Exhibit 50, Girls' Sports Club 50, 51,
52, Typing Award 51, 52, 53, Lunch Counter 52, 53, Girls'
State-Alternate, Caps and Gowns 53.
HELENE ANNE BARRY
31 Cocasset St. History Teacher
Pretty hair, sparkling eyes, and nice clothes make up Helene.
Well liked by all her classmates, we are sure she will be a
Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51,
52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Glee Club 50, 51, Canteen Repre-
sentative 50, 51, Monitor 52, Pro Merito 52, Assembly Par-
ticipation S0, Class Day Honors 52, Dramatic Club 52, Girls'
Chorus 50, 51, Student Council 52, Science Fair 52, Typing
Award 52, 53, Shorthand Award 53.
Jovce MAUREEN BENT
"Joycey" Commercial Course
21 Carpenter St. Physical Education Teacher
One of the most athletic girls in the class, Joyce is always
working her hardest. We're sure her ability to work and get
along with people will help her gain success. ,
Basketball 50, 51, 52, 53, Field Hockey 52, 53, Social Com-
mittee 5O, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception
Committee 52, Varsity Club 52, Monitor 52, 53, Yearbook
Staff 53, Class Day Honors 50, 5.1, 52, French Club 50, Drivers
Education 52, Girls' Tennis Tournament 50, 51, Sports Club
51, 52, Typing Award 53.
Josem-4 Louis BRioHAM
"Joe" industrial Arts
7 Maple Ave. Forestry
.Ioe is good natured, shy and quiet, but out of school he for-
gets his shyness and gives forth his views. His quiet way and
reserved manner makes him one of the most respected mem-
bers of our class.
Athletic Association 51, 52, Social Committee 51, Prom Com-
mittee 52, Monitor 52.
CAROL ANN BRITTON
"Britt" College Course
East Street Nursing
Short, cute, and quiet best describes Carol. She loves Foxboro
High and is always doing something to benefit our class. Carol
was chosen for our Jr. Prom Queen in 52. Her ambition is to
be a nurse and with her patience and earnestness we know she
will reach her goal.
Softball 53, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Com-
mittee 5O, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Class Officer,
Secretary 50, 51, 52, Glee Club 51, 52, 53, Yearbook Staff 53,
Pro Merito 52, Assembly Participation 50, 51, 52, 53, Magazine
Drive Captain 51, French Club 51, 52, Girls' Chorus 51, 52, 53,
Prom Queen 52, Science Fair 50, Field Hockey, Manager 52.
KONRAD CHRISTOPHER BROWN
154 County St. Marine Engineer
Konrad may be one of the smallest fellows in the class but
his great sense of humor makes him outstanding, always
smiling and ready for mischief, he will be missed by all his
Social Committee 50, 51, 52, Glee Club 51, 52, 53, Yearbook
Staff 52, 53, Science Club 50, Boys' Chorus 51, 52, 53.
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FRANCIS CROVVELL BUCKLEY
"Buck" College Course
25 Main St. College
A witty remark and a quick smile identity Francis on any
occasion. A favorite of teachers and classmates alike, we know
he'll be tops in everything he does.
Track 52, Social Committee 53, Prom Committee 52, Yearbook
Staff 537 French Club 52, 53, School Transferred from, Boston
College High 52.
BETTY FLORENCE CLARK
"Bet" College Course
South St. Physical Therapist
Betty has a sweet way of being both serious and friendly
at the same time. Her patient and understanding ways will
be an asset to her in her nursing career.
Field Hockey Manager 50, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, Prom
Committee 52, Glee Club 50, 51, 52, 53, Monitor 52, 53,
Office Work 51, 52, 53, Usher at Graduation 52, 'Girls' Tennis
Tournament 50, 51g Science Fair 51, 52, Girls' Sports Club
Secretary 51, Cafeteria 51, 52, 53, Caps and Gowns 53.
JOHN FREDERICK Cook
"Johnny" College Course
33 Leonard St, Undecided
With his blonde hair and blue eyes, John is one of the nicest
looking boys in the class, He gets along, well liked by all.
Football 50, Baseball Manager 51, Athletic Association 50, 51,
52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 52,
Yearbook Staff 53, Assembly Participation 50, French Club
CAROLYN ANN DARLING
6 Basset Street Secretary
Carolyn is thoughtful, conscientious-an asset to any class. She
is very athletic and a good sport in every way. We are sure
she will be a success as a secretary.
Basketball 50, 51, 52, 53, Field Hockey 50, 51, 52, 53, Athletic
Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53,
Yearbook Staff 53, Office Work 53, Pro Merito 52, School
Paper 52, 53, Student Council 53, Usher 52, Typing Award
52, 53, Girls' Sports Club 50, 51, 53, Bookkeeping Award 52,
Shorthand Award 53.
Joi-iN MARK DAvis
"Jack" College Course
B West Leonard St. Sports Store Owner
Here's a lad that likes to putter around with anything that's
out of order. We could never forget the line fob .lack has done
managing sports. He has been a great help to the coaches.
Good Luck Jack.
Football Manager 52, Basketball Manager 50, 51, 52, Track
Manager 51, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Com-
mittee 5O, 51, 52, Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Com-
mittee 52, Class Officer, President 50, Treasurer 52, Glee Club
50, 51, Monitor 52, 53, Yearbook Staff, Business Manager,
Office Work 53, Assembly Participation, Typing Award 52,
Magazine Drive Captain 51, School Paper 50, French Club 51,
Student Council 51, Art Exhibit 49.
Roaenr ALBERT DEVAUTOUR
"Divy" General Course
227 Mechanic St. Draftsman
lf asked to choose a typical Senior, we think our "Divy" would
be the answer. His personality and friendliness account for
his popularity. Captain on the football team and Vice President
of his class, Divy did a great job at both.
Football 50, 51, 52, FTL, Baseball 50, Athletic Association 50,
51, 52, 53, Social Committees 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52,
Senior Reception Committee 52, Class Officer, Vice President
51, 52, Canteen Representative 50, 52, President 52, Monitor
52, 53, Yearbook Staff, Advertising, Assembly Participation,
Magazine Drive Captain 50, School Paper 50, 51, Stock Room
50, Student Council 51, Science Fair 51, Art Exhibit 51.
MARLENE Louise Doi.AN
"Mar" Commercial Course
219 South St, Secretary
At first impression Marlene seems quiet and reserved but with
further acquaintance one discovers that behind those big in-
nocent-appearing eyes, there's a teasing and mischievous per-
sonality. A good student, Marlene is a favorite classmate and
Basketball Assistant Manager 52, Athletic Association 50, 51,
52, 535 Social Committee 50, 51, 525 Prom Committee 525
Senior Reception Committee 52: Glee Club 505 Yearbook Staff
53, Pro Merito 52, Assembly Participation 505 Magazine Drive
Captain 50, Dramatic Club 52, Bookkeeping Award 52, Typing
Award 52, 53, Shorthand Award 53.
ART:-:ua HAYES Ei.i.is, JR.
"Poop" General Course
97 South St. - Musician
Hayes is everybody's pal. A flash of his warm smile quickly
puts us all into a good humor. An ardent music enthusiast,
Hayes played all the instruments with everything he had.
Hayes is a grand person to know, and one we will never
Football Manager 51, Track 50, Athletic Association 50, 51,
52, 53p Social Committees 50, 51, 52, 53p Prom Committee 521
Clee Club 51, 52, Orchestra 51, 525 Band 51, 527 Canteen
Representative 51, Treasurer 51, Assembly Participation 50,
51, 52, Class Will 52, Boys' Chorus 51.
JoHN VINCENT ENGLEY
151 Main St. Undecided
A tall, handsome lad, John is well liked by all his classmates.
With his warm Irish smile he has been an asset to our class.
To you John, we wish all the luck in the world.
Athletic Association 50, 51, 525 Social Committee 50, 51, Prom
Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 525 Glee Club 517
Monitor 51, Boys' Chorus 52, Science Fair 50.
GAIL ELIZABETH FITZPATRICK
"Pima" College Course
211 South St. College
Everyone will remember Gail for her warm smile and witty
ways. Always willing to help out at socials and other activities
-being a great addition to our class. Good luck, Gail!
Field Hockey 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom
Committee 52, Varsity Club 53, Monitor 53, Yearbook Staff
53, Assembly Participation 50, Class Day Honors 51, 52, French
Club 51, 52, Drivers Education 52, Science Fair 52, Usher 52,
Sports Club 50, 51, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Typing
MARCIA MAE FOSTER
lB Sherman St. Nurse
Marcia, full of fun and mischief, is liked by everyone. She is
very athletic and a good sport in every way. She can usually
be seen with her friends Gail and Joyce.
Field Hockey 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53,
Senior Reception 52, Glee Club 50, 51, 52, 53, Yearbook Staff
53, Pro Merito 52, School Paper 52, French Club 51, 52, Drivers
Education 52, Science Fair 52, Girls' Sports Club 50, 51, 52,
53, Assembly Participation 50, Athletic Association 50, 51,
RONALD SANFORD Fos'rER
"Ronnie" General Course
256 Central St. Undecided
Ronny is the woe of our teachers. Always ready with a quip
or a prank to keep the class in stitches. Ronny is easy to like,
lun lo know.
Track 51, 52, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, Prom Committee
52, Glee Club 51, 52, 53, Orchestra 51, 52, 53, Band 51, 52,
53, Assembly Participation 52, Boys' Chorus 52, 53.
CAROL JOYCE GAFFORD
90 South St. Undecided
Joyce is thoughtful and conscientious-an asset to any class.
She is interested in music, being an avid fan of all disc
jockeys and a member of the Glee Club for four years. Her
sweet personality will help her attain her dream of a disc
Athletic Association 51, 52, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53,
Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 52, Glee
Club 50, 51, 52, 53, Yearbook Staff 53, Assembly Participation
51, 52, French Club 51, Girls' Chorus 50, 51, 52, 53, Drivers
DANIEL Joi-iN Gomes
"Danny" College Course
165 County St. Undecided
Danny has been our President for the past three years and
is one of our hardest workers. He will always be remembered
by Foxboro as having outstanding basketball ability. Best of
Basketball 51, 52, 53, Track 51, 52, Social Committee 50, 51,
52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Class Officer, President 51, 52,
53, Glee Club 51, 52, 53, Varsity Club 53, Monitor 53, Year-
book Staff 53, Pro Merito 52, Assembly Participation 52, Class
Day Honors 51, 52, School Paper 51, 52, Prom King 52, Boys'
Chorus 52, 53, Science Fair 52, Art Exhibit 51.
Main Sf. Undecided
Charles seems shy, but those who know him realize he is a
lot of fun with his dry wit and hijmor.
Prom Committee 52, Basketball 52, Glee Club 52, 53, Social
Si-HRLEY ANN GUERRINI
"Shirl" Commercial Course
164 County St. Secretary
A peppy cheerleader with a sweet smile describes Shirley
proving that good things come in small packages. Shirley has
been active in many sports and other school activities. To one
of our cutest Senior girls, we wish the best of luck.
Field Hockey 507 Softball 527 Athletic Association 50, 51, 527
Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 531 Prom Committee 527 Glee
Club 507 Canteen Representative 52, 531 Monitor 527 Yearbook
Staff 531 Assembly Participation 50, 527 Cheerleader 51, 52,
537 Student Council 527 Drivers Education 537 Typing Award
527 Bookkeeping Award 52.
BARBARA ANN GuiLDFono
110 Cocasset St. Nursing
Barbara, a tall, attractive girl, has many pals. She seems to
have a not too secret passion for skating at Brockton, hm?
We're sure she'll carry out her ambition as a nurse.
Social Committee 50, 517 Yearbook Staff 53: Assembly Partici-
pation 507 French Club 50, 517 Science Fair 507 Sports Club
507 Typing Award 53.
VAUGHN ALAN GUNRUD
41 Summer Pl. Undecided
Vaughn is a good natured, but quiet fellow always ready to
ioin in me fun. With a serious side not often seen, Vaughn
has many friends.
Athletic Association 50, 51, 527 Social Committee 51, 527 Prom
Committee 527 Monitor 51.
WILLIAM RICHARD HEARN
"Pete" College Course
98 North St. Public Accountant
Pete seems quiet and reserved at school, but that changes
when he's out with the fellows. Pete can usually be seen
with his pal, Danny.
Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50,
KATHERINE GRETA HONNORS
"Kibby" Commercial Course
44 Granite St. Secretary
Short and sweet, Kibby's cheerful smile is appreciated by
everyone. Her calm patience and easy going ways will cer-
tainly be invaluable to her. To a girl who deserves the best,
all the luck in the world.
Softball Manager 52, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53,
Prom Committee 52, Glee Club 50, 51, Canteen Representa-
tive 51, Yearbook Staff 53, Magazine Drive Captain 50, Girls'
Chorus 51, Student Council 53, Drivers Education 53, Science
Fair 52, Class Day Honors 52, Sports Club 50, 51, 52, Social
Committee 51, 52, 53.
ROBERT C. HUNT
"Bob" g Commercial Course
Washington St. Undecided
Bob may be one for not saying too much, but the little he
does say hits with a BANG! He's always willing to help out,
which he does in his own way. Good luck in the future Bob!
Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee, Glee Club
49, 50, Yearbook Stuff, School Paper, Science Fair 51.
ROSETTA MARION JODICE
"Rose" General Course
136 Spring St. Physical Therapist
A package of dynamite is our Rose, who is best known for
her sparkling personality and a whiz as captain of the cheer-
leaders. We wish her the best always.
Basketball 52, 53, Field Hockey 50, Athletic Association 50,
51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee
52, Glee Club 50, 51, 52, Varsity Club 53, Canteen Rep.
52, Yearbook Staff 53, Assembly Participation 51, 52, 53,
Typing Award 52, 53, Cheerleader 51, 52, 53, Class Day
Honors 53, Prophecy.
PHYLLIS MARIE Juuus
"Phyl" Commercial Course
Lakeview Road Secretary
Brown hair and dark brown eyes describe Phyllis, a serious
student with friendly ways and a friendly smile. Her easy
going ways will carry her far.
Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Glee
Club 50, Yearbook Staff 53, Typing Award 52, 53, Book-
keeping Award 52.
Ano ALLAN KIVELA
"Kiv" College Course
51 Sherman St. Advertising
With his line style of basketball, pleasant smile and pleasing
personality, Allan has the best wishes of all his classmates.
Football 50, 51, 52, 53, Manager Basketball 52, Baseball 50,
51, 52, 53, Athletic Association 50, Social Committee 50, 51,
52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 52,
Class Officer, Treasurer 50, Glee Club 50, 51, 52, Canteen
Representative 51, Monitor 50, 51, Yearbook Staff, Art Editor
53, Assembly Participation 50, Magazine Drive Captain 50, 51,
52, School Paper 50, 51, Dramatic Club 51, Student Council
51, 52, Art Exhibit 50, Transferred from East Walpole Jr.
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ELAINE ANNE LEBARON
56 South St. College
Smart and efficient, a leader in all our projects, She was
always there when needed. Elaine and her pleasant manner
was an asset to our class.
Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51,
52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 51,
52, Glee Club so, 51, 52, sa, Yearbook staff ssl Pro Memo
52, Assembly Participation 50, 51, Class Day Honors 59, 51, 52,
Girls' State 52, School Paper 51, 52, French Club 51, 52, Girls'
Chorus 51, 52, Student Council 50, Play Committee 53, Art
Exhibit 50, 51, Girls' Sports Club 50, 51, Mass. All State
Music Festival 51, Passing of Diplomas at Graduation 52, As-
sistant Editor, Yearbook 53.
JUNE Louise Luowlc
"June Bug" Commercial Course
23 Bird St. Secretary
June is one of our prettiest Senior girls. Her quiet ways and
serious expression break out into warm and friendly smiles
that win her a wealth of friends.
Athletic Association 50, 51, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53,
Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 52, Yearbook
Staff, Office Work 53, Pro Merito 52,' Drivers Education 52,
Typing Award 52, 53, Bookkeeping Award 52, Shorthand
Award 53, Sports Club 50.
CATHERINE CECILIA McKAY
17 Fales Place Commercial Course
Catherine is a reserved and well-mannered classmate. Always
quiet, yet she has a hidden bit of humor that manages to
creep out once in awhile.
Social Committee 50, Glee Club 50, Yearbook Staff 53, Of-
fice Work 53.
MARGARET ELIZABETH MACKAY
"Peggy" College Course
Oak St. Home Economics
For the beauty and brains combination, meet our Peggy. Her
ready wit and pleasant smile will long be remembered by
all her classmates.
Field Hockey, Assistant Manager 525 Athletic Association 515
Social Committee 51, 52, 535 Prom Committee 525 Glee Club
52,' 535 Canteen Representative 525 Yearbook Staff 535 Maga-
zine Drive Captain 525 French Club 51, 525 Girls' Chorus 52,
535 Science Fair 51, 525 Transferred from Grafton High School.
"Moe" General Course
10 Vernal Ave. Undecided
One of these deceiving chaps, Moe is quiet and serious to
all outward appearances but really capable of much fun-
making. He is well liked by both boys and girls because of
his true friendship and fine sportsmanship. Good luck, Moe,
and may the memories of Foxboro High School always be
Athletic Association 51, 535 Social Committee 52, 535 Prom
Committee 525 Science Fair 52, First Prize in Biol09Yi Trans-
ferred from Norfolk Agricultural School.
Aucs ANN MURPHY
"AI" College Course
36 Cocasset St. Teacher
Genuine and popular, Al is a favorite of all-fellows, gals, and
teachers. She is always ready to enter into the work, as well
as the fun of school days, with her helpfulness and sincerity,
Alice is a great asset to our class.
Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 535 Social Committees 52, 535
Glee Club 52, 535 Yearbook Staff 535 Pro Merito 525 Assembly
Participation 525 Class Day Honors 525 School Paper 525 Dra-
matic Club 525 French Club 525 School Transferred, St. Louis
High, Webster Mass.5 Girls' Chorus 525 Girls' Sports Club 525
Prom Committee 52.
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REGINA ELIZABETH MURRAY
"Gena" Commercial Course
9 Community Way Dental Hygienist
Dark eyes and dark hair describe Regina. Although she does
well in her studies, her main interest is a certain Dick. Gena's
nice smile and teeth will be a great asset in any dental office.
Field Hockey Manager 50, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53,
Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Yearbook
Staff 53, Pro Merito 52, Office Work 53, Girls' Sports Club
51, Magazine Drive Captain 53, Typing Award 51, 52, 53,
Bookkeeping Award 52, Shorthand Award 53.
DORET MABLE NEWELL
"Dot" Commercial Course
61 Mechanic St. Secretary
Doret was voted "smartest" by her classmates. Her hobby
of reading many books has given her the nickname "Book-
worm,"-How is your letter w'riting overseas coming along
Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 50, 51,
52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Glee Club 51, Yearbook Staff
53, Office work 53, Pro Memo 52, Assembly Participation 50,
51, 52, Class Day Honors 51, 52, School Paper 50, 51, Dra-
matic Club 52, Student Council 51, Play Committee 53, Me-
morial Day 51, Typist at T. B. Exams, Bookkeeping Award 52,
Drivers Education 53, Shorthand Award 53, Typing Award
51, 52, 53.
JAMES ALFRED ROLLINS
"Al" College Course
24 Mechanic St. Engineer
Good dancer, curly hair, happy smile all go to make up Al,
a fellow well-liked by all his classmates. As Editor of the
Yearbook and President of the Pro Merito Society, he has
proved himself an all-round good fellow.
Football 51, 52, 53, FTL 52, 53, Baseball Manager 51, Social
Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Glee Club 52,
Senior Play 53, Monitor 51, 52, 53, Yearbook Staff Editor 53,
Pro Merito 52, Assembly Participation 50, 51, 52, 53, School
Paper Assistant Editor 52, Dramatic Club 52, 53, French Club
51, 52, Science Club 50, Play Committee 53, Student Council
Treasurer 52, President 53, Science Fair 53.
ADRIENNE Jovcs Russeu.
"Dinny" General Course
51 Mechanic St. Nursing
A silly laugh best describes "Dinny." We hope that in your
chosen career you will laugh your patients back to health.
What's the attraction at Walpole, Adrienne?
Field Hockey 50, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social
Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 52, Glee Club 50,
52, Yearbook Staff 53, Class Day Honors 51, 52, 53, Girls'
Chorus 50, Drivers Education 52, Science Fair 52, Sports
DANIEL F. RYAN
"Danny" General Course
98 Kersey Rd. Priest
A quiet fellow with a heart of gold is our Danny. He doesn't
have much to say, but when he does say something it is
worthwhile hearing. To yod, Danny, we wish the best of luck.
Boys' State 52
Ei.izAaETH ANN SPENCER
"Betty" Commercial Course
Vernal Ave. Secretary
Betty is a petite, quiet, blonde, who is seen, but hardly ever
heard from. Her life seems to center around a certain Mans-
field boy. We wonder if Dave was attracted by her sweet
Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social Committee 51, 52,
53, Prom Committee 52, Senior Reception Committee 52,
Yearbook Staff 53, Office Work 53, Class Day Honors 52,
Drivers Education 52, Girls' Sports Club 52, Shorthand Award
53, Typing Award 52, 53, Bookkeeping Award 52.
ANNA JEAN SYLVIA
12 Pleasant St. Teacher
Anna seems to be well liked by all her classmates as she
was voted "Most Popular." Her pleasing personality and cheery
smile will take her far in the world.
Softball Assistant Manager 52, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52,
53, Social Committee 50, 51, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52,
Class Secretary 53, Glee Club 50, Canteen Representative 51,
Yearbook Staff 53, Magazine Drive Captain 51, Drivers Educa-
tion 52, Science Fair 52, Typing Award 52, 53, Shorthand
JAMES BENJAMIN WALLACE
"Jim" College Course
12 Glenwood Ave. President
His easy manner and nonchalant air are the constant envy
of those of less serene temperament. Athletically inclined, Jim
was especially gifted at football. Congenial Jim, always ready
to agree to the propositions of his companions lbe they wise,
Football 50, 51, 52, 53, FTL, Basketball Manager 50, 51, 52,
IRIS HARRIET WEBB
Mechanic St. Home Economics Teacher
We welcome Iris, who is back again with us this year. Well
liked by all her classmates with her pleasant, quiet manner.
lris has a charm all her own.
Athletic Association 51, Social Committee 50, Senior Reception
Committee 50, Glee Club 50, Yearbook Staff 53, Art Exhibit
51, Transferred from Los Angeles, California.
YvoNNE ESTELLE WELSH
205 South St. Teacher
Yvonne is quiet, conscientious, and always willing to help.
She likes sports and is a loyal rooter for all our teams. A
swell person to know and one we'll always remember.
Field Hockey 51, Athletic Association 50, 51, 52, 53, Social
Committee 50, 5l, 52, 53, Prom Committee 52, Senior Recep-
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French Club 51, 52, Science Fair 52, Sports Club 51, 52.
MARY Esri-len WHITE
"Mary" College Course
Neponset Heights Ave. Nurse
Mary seems to be a girl of few words until one gets to know
her. She is sincerity combined with a wonderful personality.
This combination will surely aid her in being a successful
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Yearbook Staff 53, French Club 515 School Transferred from,
Framingham Jr. High, Science Fair 51.
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By CAROL BRITTON
Over the threshold of this life we go,
With heads held high and hearts aglow,
Ready to help where we can and may,
To make our world better day by day.
The time has come when we must bid farewell
To friends and classmates, loved so well,
As life's journey takes each on our separate way
Out to new horizons where our futures may lay.
Now as we gather together before we depart
There is a small prayer in each and every heart,
A prayer to God with whom we abide,
To be our leader, our helper, and our guide.
President ,,,,,o,,,. ..,......... D ANIEL GOMES
Vice President .-..,. ...... R OBERT DE VAUTOUR
Secretary --..,,.,,,, .,,,,.,.,,....,--.....,.-., ....... A N NA SYLVIA
Treasurer ....... ..c.,..,.....,................,..,.... J OHN DAVIS
Maroon and Silver
"What we are to be,
we are now becomingf'
By RosE JoDicE
After spending ten years in Italy, running my own spaghetti and pizza res-
taurant, I immediately flew home upon receiving word that my old U. S. History
teacher was finally being married, and I was invited to attend the wedding.
I stopped off at my house first, to see how things were. After spending a few
hours at home, I decided to take a walk up to Foxboro, and catch up on the
doings of my classmates before going to the wedding.
As I was walking up the street, I heard a lot of commotion in the woods. To
satisfy my curiosity I looked in, and who else did I see but Gypsy Marcia Foster
dancing to "I Got Bells On My Toes And Rings On My Fingers," with Norman
"RebeI" Allen as the sole audience.
Deciding I didn't want to disturb them, I continued my walk up town, and
I saw John Engley coming down the street and I observed that he is now a
gentleman farmer. All he raises is his hat. We stopped and talked for awhile, and
he told me some news about some of my classmates.
He tells me that John Cook, and Alan Kivela have started their own beer joint.
They now have taken over Nellie's Cafe.
Ronny Foster is a comedian. He recently invented a machine into which he
puts stale iokes and the result is that they come out new and snappy.
Charles Groome is New York's Beau Brumbmel. He is said to rise at 7 A.M. and
has written a book entitled "The Man About Town."
Joe "I'm not that type" Brigham has established his own dancing school special-
izing in the "Hot To Trot, Ready To Gallop" iitterbug. His only pupil thus far is
Barbara "l'm still wearing buckles on my shoes" Guildford.
Elaine LeBaron has been elected National President of the International Ailuro-
phile Society. Her pet cat, Blossom, has iust recently retired from the office of
membership chairman of the local branch.
Doret Newell is the president of the "Aching Hearts Club" and her staunch
members are Phyllis Julius and Catherine McKay. The A.H.C. is for maidens
disappointed in love. Their motto is "Down With Men."
Alice Murphy is now a telephone operator. She simply adores her iob. She can
now finish her latest book, "Who's Who, and What's New in Foxboro."
Well John was in a hurry to tend to his work, so I bade him goodbye and
started once more up to Foxboro. My next stop was at the Bay State Drug, where
all the gang used to hang out.
I spotted Marlene Dolan in there, so I decided I would go in and see how she
was. To my surprise I saw her giving three little red-heads cokes, while keeping
an eye on a certain big red-headed officer directing traffic outside the Bay State.
She was quite surprised to see me, and we sat and talked for awhile. She told
me quite a bit about some of my old friends.
Shirley Guerrini is the owner of a doughnut shop. She attributes her success
to her ability to sell the holes in the doughnuts to be used as fillings for macaroni.
Joyce Bent is a dress designer. She has the odd ability to make beautiful crea-
tions out of flour sacks and potato bags.
Carolyn Darling has traveled all the way to Mansfield, and is now a secretary
at the Mazzini Club. The graduates of Foxboro High really go places.
Carol Britton, a wise chemist back in the good old school days, discovered a
new element which she used in the manufacture of high explosives. Unfortunately
she dropped it, hence she has never been heard from since.
lt was time for Marlene's babies to take their naps, so she had to hurry off,
telling me she would see me at the wedding.
l left the Bay State, and I noticed a store which was advertised as "The Forty
Niners Beauty Salon." inquiring about this, l was told that Betty Spencer, June
Ludwig, and Adrienne Russell had decided to try to beautify the feminine popu-
lation of Foxboro. Deciding l didn't want to stop in, l turned my attention to a
store front which read "Second National Stores, lnc." Jack Davis, Proprietor.
I started walking down to the high school to see what was down there. On
the way, l met Kibby Honnors who is working as a secretary at the Company.
We walked together down to the school and she told me more news about my
Francis Buckley is playing the role of "Happy" in the 1963 version of Snow
White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Robert DeVautour recently won the Pulitzer Prize for the writing of the best
play of the year. It was entitled "Four Years at Rocky Point," or "l Slid Through
High School the Easy Way."
Robert Hum is an eminent scientist. He has iust succeeded in crossing pine
trees and apple trees in order to produce pine-apples.
Hayes Ellis is breaking all records as a stock car racer, and Peg MacKay is
banging the dents out of the fenders.
Jim Wallace, in a strident voice is giving a series of speeches on WHY WE
SHOULD HAVE BIGGER AND BETTER ANIMAL CRACKERS.
Danny Gomes is still playing first base on the diamond of matrimony.
Joyce Gafford is colorfully known as the "red-headed blues singer." Her theme
song is "Love ls Like A Burning Flame."
Gail Fitzpatricklhas taken over Fannie Farmer's business. I guess those weeks
at Lowney's proved profitable.
Kibby and l talked all the way to the high school. Yes old F.H.S. still looked
the same, but appropriately situated near the high school is an ultra modern
funeral home. The owner of the establishment is Konrad "the friendly under-
taker" Brown. They said that there is always a speculative gleam in his eye which
seems to say, "I'lI get you in the end."
Kibby left me there, so I started up to the school, and-in a far off corner I
heard someone say, "Me, iust think, little me, receiving a diploma." I looked in
the corner and who else could I expect but Vaughn Gunrud still stunned over the
fact that he did receive a diploma back in "53."
I walked into the school and I saw that Ann Ashby is now the secretary there,
with Betty Clark as her assistant. They always were good at running the school's
I talked to Ann for a few minutes and she told me that Alfred Rollins had been
playing the All American Fullback at the University of Hinky Dew Pew, until last
week when he was hit by a truck, and now he is playing the All American
Iris Webb is back in California, working in MGM's studios as a iewelry designer.
Swanks must have had some good influence on her.
Regina Murray finally married Richard Newell. She has five little babies, and
it is surprising what she named them: "Gertie," "Herman," "Sinclair," "Chloe,"
There wasn't anything going on at the school, so I left and went uptown. I
stopped at Hanna's to get a cup of coffee, and I saw that Mary White is now the
owner of Hanna's. While I was sitting there drinking my coffee, I saw Yvonne
Welch walk by the window with a puzzled look on her face. The poor girl is
still undecided as to which one she will marry, Pete Hearn or Danny Ryan. She
can't make up her mind due to the fact that Danny and Pete have always had
such a close friendship with one another.
I left Hanna's and I heard a lot of noise up in the common. I walked up and
who else did I see but Anna "Don't Run" Sylvia and Helene Barry, selling used
Clevenson pins to the Growing Democratic Party of Foxboro. Their main slogan
is "Clevenson is in the White House waiting to be selected, Mike is in the garbage
pail waiting to be collected, playing on their harmonicas "Old Soldiers Never
Die." These two Democrats will never give up.
I didn't want to interrupt the campaigning, so I bought a Clevenson pin for
old times sake, and went home to dress for the wedding. After getting dressed,
I went uptown and met the old gang and we decided to go to the wedding all
together. When we got there, we expected a big celebration, but we were told
the bridegroom had backed out. It seems he had forgotten the basketball game
that he had scheduled for that day.
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By ALICE MURPHY
Now that we are leaving the halls of Foxboro High
We look back on all the days which have gone so quickly by,
Hoping to bring you an account of these happy years,
Of our Senior Class's progress through laughter and through tears.
In the Freshman year we entered a timid little lot,
With fear of upper classmen and lessons to be taught.
John Davis was our President and Divy was our Vice.
Pat Hall kept all our records, Danny our money matters nice.
On March 17th came our first really big chance
With St. Patrick's Day the theme, we really had a dance.
June came, and our year of being Freshman was done
And we all looked forward to a summer full of fun.
September arrived and school started once again,
And we began our studies as Sophomores then,
With Danny and Fred, a good pair to combine,
Carol as our Secretary and Allan keeping money on the line.
A snowy, "Winter Carnival" was planned on then,
The walls dressed with skaters and iolly snowmen.
Now the year was over, and we were Sophomores no more
As Juniors we were prouder than we had ever been before.
The next year came and was filled with enioyments galore
Especially the rings that everyone with pleasure proudly wore
Danny was ahead again, Divy still in second place,
Carol as Secretary with John keeping things going at a fast pace.
The social was a gay one, we all had a lot of fun.
Then came the big dance the one and only one.
The Junior Prom with "Garden In The Rain" as theme
And Carol and Danny were chosen as king and queen.
The last year was by far the best one yet.
Danny and Divy still going strong as our favorite set.
Anna, as always, writing notes like mad
With John still looking for dues that nobody had.
Our record hop went over with a great big bang
With every under classman we really had a gang.
Now that we are Seniors, dreading to depart,
With sad little faces and grief in every heart
We look back, before turning that long last bend,
Our four years of being classmates have come to an end.
in I Will ,And Cesfammf
We, the class of 53, of supposedly stable equilibrium do hereby bequeath
and relinquish all these our worldly goods and possessions to the underclassmen
of Foxboro High School, knowing that they will use them wisely and sincerely
and become, like us, industrious, intelligent, efficient, and entirely modest.
To Mr. Potter we leave memories of the best Senior class ever.
To the Faculty we leave our apologies for all the hardships we have given them.
To Mr. Taylor we leave our appreciation for his support of our activities during
our school year.
To the Juniors we leave a good yearbook to copy from.
To the Sophomores we leave our favorite song "l'll Get By."
To the Freshmen we leave our high standards of courage and misdirected en-
Anne Ashby leaves her athletic ability and slim figure to the Dagmar of the
Freshman Class, Bernadette Columbo.
Helene Barry leaves her good taste for clothes to Alfred, watch out for my
Joyce Bent leaves singing O' Happy Day.
Joseph Brigham leaves his sober personality to Thatcher, kill that green bug, Carl.
Carol Britton with her piano, and Anna Sylvia with her violin, leave to play at
next year's canteen.
Konrad Brown leaves his philosophy on government in Problems Class to Bobby
Francis Buckley leaves his acting talent to Ronald, Loud Mouth, Flanders.
Betty Clark leaves her outside boy friends to Mary, l'll take I2 of them Sanford.
John Cook leaves a stack of notes to the lucky boy who can make the best use
Carolyn Darling leaves her intelligence to George, Mouldy Brain, Fuller.
John Davis leaves his ability to get along with teachers, to anybody else who
can make believe they're interested in their classes.
Robert DeVautour leaves his shaggy beard to Walter, l broke my rubber razor,
Marlene Dolan leaves to become Foxboro's first woman police officer.
Arthur Poop Ellis leaves the poop to Ronald, external combustion, Parker.
John Engley leaves his build to Margie, as if she needs it, Metcalf.
Gail Fitzpatrick leaves her high sophistication to Nora, let's go parking, Cataloni.
Marcia Foster leaves to ioin- a gypsy caravaan. J
Ronald Foster leaves his nickname "King" to John Heffernan.
Joyce Gafford leaves to become a disc jockey on WHDH after Bob Clayton retires.
Daniel Gomes leaves many broken hearts in the under classes.
Charles Groome leaves the question of the desirability of supplementing spec-
trophotometric curves with coloromatric values obtained by the automatic in-
tergrator to the physics class of next year.
Shirley Guerrini leaves her 37 Chevrolet to Leo, who needs a license, Jodice.
Vaughn Gunrud leaves his astronomical height to Bill Slim Andress.
Richard Hearn leaves his five by five physique to David Waddles Guenard.
Katherine Honnors leaves to give Charles Atlas courses. A
Robert Hunt leaves his parking spot with "Bubbles" to Don "any doll will do"
Rosetta Jodice leaves her classy chassis to Janet "swing and sway" Bumpus.
Phyllis Julius leaves to start a dancing school for any Junior high boys that are
Allan Kivela leaves numbers l, 2, and 3 in Mansfield to the Freshman "Tigers,"
Elaine LeBaron leaves her sweaters to Janeith "Boing" Renaud.
June Ludwig leaves her shyness to Karen Hernbladt.
Margaret MacKay leaves her good looks to Shirley Holmes.
Catherine McKay leaves hollering "Ma, I made it,"
Alice Murphy leaves feeling certain that her flirting will catch her a prize.
Regina Murray leaves her winning smile to Billy "Saber-Tooth" Braye.
Doret Newell leaves her slippery syllables to Lorrainne "yak-ity-yak" Gayton.
Alfred Rollins leaves his technique to James "my brother did it, so can l" Wasaleski.
Adrienne Russell leaves to become a missionary in North-West Siberia.
Daniel Ryan leaves his iob at the First National to Dick "who turned out the lights"
Betty Spencerleaves to move to Mansfield so she can keep "Holt" of her man.
James Wallace leaves his size to Joe "Man Mountain" Lillyman.
Iris Webb leaves her half used package of silver hair dye to Linda "Rainbow
Yvonne Welsh leaves her polite ways to Rose "to heck with being dainty" Kersey.
Mary White leaves her silence in all classes to the Gentleman of the Freshman
Class Bill "grassy stomach" Doherty.
Having thus disposed of these, our main claims to wealth, we the class of 1953,
do at this time set our hand and seal to this document on this glorious day of
June, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty three A.D.
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The girls' hardest games were with Attleboro. Their greatest win, which was over
'Sharon, showed great teamwork. Due to this they have broken even with all other teams.
The forwards' accurate shooting and the guards' great defense work provided everything
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COM PLIMENTS OF
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Nolan
Owner and Manager
THRIFT MOTOR SALES
Sou'I'l1 Main Sfreel'
CARROLL CUT RATE
42 Cenfral Sfreel'
FOXBORO CASH STORE
57 Main Sf.. Foxboro, Mass.
Television and Elecfrical
Roufe I Midway Be+ween
Bosfon and Providence
Tel. 640 Foxboro. Mass.
Generaior and Regulafor
Body and Fender Worl:
Rouie I S. Walpole
DARLING'S GRINDING SERVICE
6 Basseif Sfreei
ALBERT H. DARLING TELEPHONE 2403
Sales and Service
5 Mechanic S1'reeI', Foxboro, MassacIsuseH's
JONES SPORT CENTER
EveryI'I1ing for Hue Sporfsman GEORGE H. JONES
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fral Shoo? ox oro. assac
Complefe Home Furnishings ai' Reasonable Rafes
FOXBORO FURNITURE STORE
GENERAL ELECTRIC and CROSLEY APPLIANCES
Television Sales and Service
Complefe Insurance Service
J. VENNER MAKANT
Insurance Agency-No'I'ary Public
5I Cenfrai S+ree+ Telephone 600
DR. EDMUND I. PLONOWSKI
DR. FRANCIS T. DeSTEFANO
MANSFIELD MOTORS. Inc.
- OLDSMOBILE -
Sales and Service
H. B. ROLLINS and SONS
TycIoI Gas, Tires, BaHeri9t.
BEL-MAR BEAUTY SALON
Exfends Besf Wishes fo The
Class of I953
Marfalr Lubricafion, General Repairs
Telephone Mansfield 79l
THE BEST FRIEND YOUR CAR EVER HAD'
FERNANDES SUPER MARKET
Norfon and Nor'fl'1 Easfon
Com plimenis of
FOXBORO COFFEE SHOP
Serving Excellenl' Food
LAURA'S SPECIALTY SHOP
33 Park Sireei
C. A. FIORE
Family Shoe Sfore Tel. 86I W. Mans.
378 Norih Main Sireef, Mansfield
BONNEY'S GENERAL STORE
PARKER'S Home of Fine Cloihing
for 1'l1e Eniire Family
l60 N. Main Sfreef. Mansfield
I4 Clark S+. Tel. 573 Foxboro
C. S. LORD. Reg. Pharm.
2I4 N. Main Sireef. Mansfield
TEL. l02 MANSFIELD
CATALONl'S Sales and Service
F. W. WOOLWORTH, CO.
FOXCROFT GARDEN GREENHOUSE
"Say if villa flowers" Phone Fox. 7lI
U. S. Roufe I, Foxbore. Mess.
HEAD IN DINER
Soufh Walpole, Massacl1useH's
Open 24 hours a day
Siop irliffer Earfies
THE LITTLE SHOP
ICE CREAM - PASTRY
CANDY - TONIC
AL'S SOCONY STATION
FISl"lER'S GENERAL STORE
Feminine Wearables of Dis+inc'Iion
W . rg W , .,
DR. FRANCIS E. LeBARON
The Childrens Friend
ELLIS K. BROWN
Radio and Television
Telephone Foxboro 402
LEON PINI, Propriofor
Two Good Places Io Ear -
HOME and HALES DINER
Opposife S+a+e Hosp.
Roufe I, Walpole, Mass.
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN FOOD
' BAY STATE
W. J. and J. K. O'REILLY
Con'I'raI and Sou'Ih Shoah
DR. FRANCIS A. BURNS
Farm Fresh Eggs - Dressed Poulhy'
Wa pole,-Sharon Line 85 Main S+ree1', Foxboro, Mass
2526-Mac Phones 8225-Lew
MRS. ROBERT BARTON'S
CURTIS S. MILLER.
75 Granife Sfreef A'H'o""eY'5T'I-'W
WEDDING and SHOWER GIFTS
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Complimems of HOWARD E. NEWTON. Insurance
A FRIEND Foxboro, Massachuseffs
UNION THEATRE VINNIE'S BARBER SHOP
Affleboro. Massachuseffs and
A. H. SULKIN
GAYLON BEAUTY SALON
ResicIen+iaI and Indusfrial Painiing
Cocassef Sireef Tel. 458
M. E. HICKS and SON, Inc.
suM JUNIOR CLASS
SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS
THE SERVICE COMPANY
L. J. CATALDO CO.
FRANKLIN and FOXBORO
Siores of Confidence
Sui'I's TopcoaI's Sporis Coais Furnishings-Sporfing Goods
FOXBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT
43 Park S+ree+
EAST STREET GARAGE
RICHMOND A. GIANNETTI, Prop.
OUlMET'S DRUG STORE
KELLY'S FLOWER BOX
lFormerly Kersey Gardensl
98 Mechanic S+. Foxboro
FLOWERS AND PLANTS FOR
OLD COLONY MOTORS, lnc
77 - 79 Wesf S+.
Dodge Job - Rafed Trucks
Excelleni Used Cars
W. L. STEARNS 8: SON
Esfablished in I873
OLD CORNER STORE
Oil Burner Range Service Compliment' of
p. Q- Box 755 FOXBORO LAUNDRY
"JlM" and "BEN"
Y Telpehone 460
SPECIALIZING IN CHICKEN,
LOBSTER, STEAK DINNER
M00RE'5 wALT's BARBER SHOP
2 S'I'ores Cenfral SI'ree'r
32 Cenfral S+. I8 School S+. Foxbgl-Q' Mass.
DR. S. W. STEERE
AHIeboro's Largesf Sfore
Near ihe Posi' Office
Parking rear of 'l'he New
EDDIE'S BARBER SHOP
ATHERTON FURNITURE CO.
Chesier - Theodore - Lawrence - Giiberi
Compleie Home Furnishings
AHIeboro, Mass - Tel. l0520
Lawrence W. Foster Post No. 93
FURNITURE COMPANY PEDINI MOTORS
Home Furnishers SALES AND SERVICE
II2 N. Main S+. Tel. 670
Buick and Chevrolei'
FAIRBANK CONGDON COMPANY
Sales and Service
II5 MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 4I0 FOXBORO. MASS
THE CHICKEN COOP RESTAURANT
Roufe I23, AH'Ieboro ........ Norron Lines
PRIVATE DINING ROOM F-OR PARTIES
SANDWICHES REGULAR DINNERS
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Accurately measuring the temperature of a rose -
including the temperature-difference between petals,
leaves and stem - is a feat requiring extreme
sensitivity. Yet, a nationally-prominent horticulturist now
does it with a standard industrial-type instrument q,,v,,ff'
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recently developed by Foxboro.
The instrument used is the new Foxboro Multi-Record
Dynalog Electronic Recorder. Automatically, it keeps
continuous records of 6 diFferent temperature points
with extreme accuracy. . . on a single round chart.
There's nothing like it!
The Multi-Record Dynalog Recorder is only one of
many Foxboro contributions to the advancement of
industrial instrumentation. For any plant process
involving the measurement or control of temperature,
pressure, flow or other process variables, chances
are that there's a new-type Foxboro System
to handle it . . . better!
The Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Mass.
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