Foxboro High School - Red Fox Yearbook (Foxboro, MA)
- Class of 1957
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THE RED FOX
THE SENIOR CLASS
Eoxboro High School
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In appreciation, we, the Class of 1957, dedicate this, the 20th edition
of the Red Fox, to Mr. Vernon E. Oldham.
As counselor and friend for the past four years, you have listened with
patience and understanding to our many problems.
We will remember you for the sincere interest you have shown in
us as individuals throughout these past years.
SUPERIN TEN DENT'S MESSAGE
Living in today's world is becoming both easier and more difficult than in
our grandfathers' day.
Physically we have many aids to living that provide better food, keep us
warmer, and take away much of the drudgery of the working world.
Modern communication has made it possible to know what is going on any-
where in the world almost as soon as it happens. This is a wonderful thing and
has great value. However, this very opportunity lends itself to the dissemination
of a great mass of rumor and counter-rumor that tends to keep people in an
Hence, it is more difficult to live in today's world because of the great need
for emotional stability. It can be hoped that your education has taught you to
separate fact from rumor, to evaluate the facts calmly and to maintain a stable
emotional reaction to all of the influences that press upon you.
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Cave man created or invented a wheel which turned on an axle, and that was
the beginning of civilization. No doubt the neighbors of the inventor laughed at
him and said it couldn't be done. This is the important lesson I would like to
leave with you.
To be successful, man has to be deaf to the doubts of well-meaning friends
and never fear the penalty that the world dispenses for originality, ingenuity.
and personal initiative.
There is a philosophy which has been developing lately in the worldg it is
called "crowd culture." Its intent is to keep us all in a regimented mental
mediocrity. This typeeof thinking would not only destroy all initiative and free
will, but would eventually lead to the loss of all freedom. Spurn this type of
negative thinking. Make up your mind what you want in life. Get all' the infor-
mation and training you need for your particular job or profession and then
step on the power-don't be afraid to be right!
Prifzcipal of Foxbom High School
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE
I have one belief which I would like to pass along to you, namely, that of
working up to one's capacity. All of us are endowed with these certain talents
and abilities. The fact that we are blessed with these special talents and abilities
doesn't of itself make us any better than others. It is how they are used and
'developed that determine our worthiness.
Each, in his own mind, knows whether an honest effort is being made, if it
isn't, a loss of self-respect may result. The next time a difficult task or problem
confronts you, make a more determined effort. The result and your-own feeling
of satisfaction may both please and surprise you.
Asiimmt Principal of Foxboro High School
Fin! rouf, left to right: Rita Giovino, William Crocker, David Baker, Rita Grise, Susan Carleton
Mary Daler, Donald Sloan, Lynda Olsen, Mr. Richard J. O'Leary. advisor. Second row: Mary Aimone
Bernice Groce, Abigail Guild, Louise Hatch, Anne Donovan, Mary Ann Mulherin, Priscilla Findley
Robert Hernblad, William Davis, Edmund Buckley, Eileen O'Hara, Helen Heffernan, Stephanie
DeHaro, Sandra Dolan,fPatricia Sweet, Carol Meekins. Third faux' Robert Guerrini, john Schromm
Edward Huntress. Peter Lovely, Francis Durham, Frederick Olney, Paul Morrissey.
Rita Giovino, Edilor
William Crocker, Edifor
Rita Grise, Editor
Editor, SUSAN CARLETON
David Baker, Edilor
Lynda Olsen, C0-edilor
Donald Sloan, Co-editor
Mary Daler, Edilor
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Confulence for the yearx to come
Ohjectire of many, achierecl hy .mme
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M ea'itation, too, muyt have ity place.
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Nuclear of moxt powerful fact
Culture, too, claims a 1'ital part,
There are days we oft lament,
How often time we hare mix-spent.
N ow, again, we clutch the key
To future goalf whate'er they he.
Ana' that our zfowf may not he in vain
That all our aimf we may attain.
Humhl y, Lord, we ack Thy grace
Endurance, a moft clefirahle art. If they Thy teachings do embrace.
Maher ahore, Thou Who art moft complete Lynda Olsen
Endou' u5 faith, forgive our hafe conceit.
N olzle thoughtf are nou' our aim
Time will .fhow our claim to fame.
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MARY CATHERINE AIMONE
183 North Street Collegelcoufse
Mary, one of the friendliest girls in the senior class, is known by
everyone for her good naturedness. You can always be sure of a friend-
ly smile followed by a cheerful "Hi!" wherever you happen to see
her. Her main interests include sports, basketball being her favorite
and a certain trumpet player. With her sparkling personality, Mary
is certain to find happiness wherever she goes. Cheerful, sincere, fun-
loving, that's Mary.
Hostess at junior Prom lg Assembly Participation 1, 2, 3, 43 Weather
Club 13 Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 FTL 3, 43 Co-
Captain, Softball 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Class Secretary 1, 2, 33 Prom
Committee 3, Prom Princess 33 Usher at Graduation 2, 33 Ring Com-
mittee 23 Future Homemakers of America 2, SCCICYZIYQ Newspaper 23
Monitor 13 Canteen Committee, Secretary 43 junior Red Cross, Vice
President 4g Office Secretary 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Drivers
Education 33 Typing Award 43.Fashion Show 13 Ways and Means
Committee 43 Class History 43 Physical Education Teacher 31 Badmin-
ton Tournament 23 Future Teacher of America 43 D.A.R. Award 4.
3, 43 Canteen 4.
DOROTHY LOUISE BIRKBECK
3 Thurston Street Commercial Course
"Dolly," known for her friendliness and long black hair, tells us
that "Love Is Strange." Could it be Frannie? In her spare time, she
enjoys bowling with her friends. After graduation, Dolly plans to
become a receptionist. We wish her the best of what the future may
Transferred-jamaica Plain High, November. 19553 Glee Club 43
Typing Award 3, 43 Shorthand Award 43 Drivers Training 43 Fashion
DAVID RANDOLPH BAKER
9 Maple Place College Course
The Business Manager of our Yearbook has a rushed schedule as
he hops from staff meetings to basketball practice A member of the
basketball squad for three years he is in demand because of hrs
height and his well placed shots Quick witted Dave enjoys the
friendly greetings of all as he goes through the school Dave ought to
raise a high score in his future aspirations in college and then chemi
Glee Club 13 Operetta 1 Monitor 1 Basketball Manager 2 Basket
ball 3, 43 Social Committee 1 2 3 Prom Committee 3 Ring Com
mittee 23 Track 3, 4 Driver Education 3 Class Treasurer 2 Yearbook
Staff, Business Manager 4 Athletic Club 4 National Honor Society
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EDMUN D GERARD BUCKLEY
25 Main Street College Course
Twenty years from today, we may see Buck's name on all news-
papers as having made a valuable contribution to our knowledge of
chemistry. For Buck, with his scientific interest, knowledge and
ability, seems to be destined for the joys, triumphs and fates of a
chemist. With Buck's talent for persuasive argument and his gentle
sense of humor, it's useless to dispute anything with him.
Glee Club 1. 43 Band l, 2, 33 Prom Committee 33 Social Committee
1, 2, 33 Baseball 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Driver Education 33 Operetta
13 Assembly Participation I, 2, 3, 43 Massachusetts Science Fair 23
Yearbook Staff 4.
SUSAN PADELFORD CARLETON
48 Granite Street College Course
Sue. a tall attractive senior. is one of the most helpful and generous
girls in our class. She is an outstanding girl academically and socially.
Her favorite sports are basketball, in which she excels, and baseball,
providing a certain pitcher is playing. We shall always remember
the wonderful things that Sue has done for our class this year.
Woman's Club Honorary Member 2, 33 Hostess at Junior Prom 13
Assembly Part. 2, 3, 43 Weather Club 13 Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4.
Decoration Chairman 1, 23 Basketball 13 FTL 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff.
Editor 43 National Honor Society 3, 4g Class Vice President 3, 43
Student Council 3, President 43 Science Fair Award 33 Prom Com-
mittee 3, Prom Princess 33 Usher at graduation 33 Ring Committee 23
Future Homemakers of America, Vice President 23 Newspaper 23
Monitor 3, 4g Canteen Committee Vice President 4.
ELIZABETH ANN CHISHOLM
Morse Place Commercial Course
Petite, long blonde hair, and a cute smile, describes Betty to a
Bowling with Paul occupies most of her spare time. Paul and
she are a sure sign of "Young Love." With her outstanding ability
to type 92 words a minute, she will be in great demand as a secretary.
Typing Award 2, 3, 4g Shorthand Award 1, 23 Glee Club 3, 43
Newspaper Club 43 Fashion Show 13 Assembly Participation 4.
CHARLES WILLIAM CICCIU
13 West Leonard Street
Charlie, who constitutes one-half of our ideal couple, is well known
as our favorite chatterbox. He likes the parties given at "Mrs. Cish's."
Always ready with a friendly slap on the back and a cheery "I-lil," we
wish Charlie the best in the future.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Dramatics Club 1, Glee Club 23
Driver's Training 3g Monitor lg Assembly Participation 4.
CHARLOTTE JOANNE CICCIU
13 West Leonard Street College Course
Dark hair and bright eyes best describes Charlotte, one of the
most petite girls in our class. Her sedate personality and sweetness
make her well liked by everyone. We wish her all the luck and hap-
piness in the world.
Transferred from Dominican Academy September, 1956, Teen Time
WARA 4, Social Committee 1, 2, 43 Band lg Glee Club lg Girls'
Industrial Club 11 Yearbook Staff 4g Drivers Education 4, junior
Red Cross 4.
DAWN ELESE CLARK
11 Centennial Street Commercial Course
Always'laughing and full of fun, Dawn is a favorite of all. She
can usually be found buzzing around in her Ford. Her agreeable
and witty personality have won her many friends. We certainly wish
her the best of everything the future holds.
Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 45
Girls' Sport Club 15 Future Homemakers of America 13 Girls' Bas-
ketball, Manager, 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey, Manager 1, Z, 4g Girls'
Softball, Manager 1, 2, 3, Weather Club 1, Typing Award 2, 3, 43
Shorthand Award 43 Yearbook Staff 4, Drivers Training 31 Badminton
Tournament 23 Assembly Participation 1, 3, 43 Fashion Show Ig Class
JANET LOUISE CONGDON
188 Beach Street Home Economics Course
One of the quietest members of our "society," but always ready
with a friendly greeting-that's jan. She likes to draw and is quite
talented at it. Her favorite person is obviously Marilyn. Certainly Jan
will make a very good office girl and we wish her the best of luck.
Art Club 43 Future Homemakers of America lg Social Committee 1,
25 Assembly Participation 4.
WILLIAM PULSIFER CROCKER
South Street Industrial Arts Course
Carefree and fun loving-that's our Bill. As photography editor of
the Yearbook, Bil always looked forward to the times when he
could miss a class or two in order to assist the photographer. His
main interests include football and his beloved car. We all wish Bill
the best of success in whatever he may undertake.
Football 2. 3, 43 Basketball Manager 2. 3, 43 Track 35 Photo Editor,
Yearbook Staff 43 Industrial Arts Club 45 Assembly Participation 4.
PAUL ADAMS CUTLI R
95 Summer Street College Course
Butch, apparently quiet and self-contained. can really cut a caper
on the square-dance floor. He's lived in "good ole East Foxboro"
for quite a while, so his ambition to be :I farmer should be easily
Weather Club lg junior Varsity Baseball 23 Glee Club 43 Assembly
MARY ELIZABETH DALER
201 Oak Street College Course
Mary is probably the most accomplished girl in the senior class.
Her favorites are good marks, Trigonometry, and George, in the
reverse order! While at Massachusetts Girls' State last summer, she
met Arleen, who has become one of her best pals. An eneretic,
efficient worker, she is devoting much time to the success of our
Yearbook as Literary Editor.
Dramatics Club 1,. 2, 3, President 31 Massachusetts Girls' State 33
Assembly Participation 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Secretary 4g Distribution of
Diplomas 33 Glee Club 1, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Literary
Editor of Yearbook 43 Operetta lg Social Committee 1, 23 Honor
Roll l, 2, 3g High Honors 23 Basketball 33 Driver's Education 31
Physical Education Teacher 3, Ring Committee 2.
STEPHANIE JANE DEHARO
43 Sherman Street
Ste hanie fondl called Tenny has a lovely smile big brown eyes
WILLIAM JARVIS DAVIS
41 Sherman Street MMU General Course
Once quiet, always keeping to himself, "Jarvis" is now one of the
most fun-loving seniors. His height and good build were an advantage
to the football team. When jarvis isn't driving the boys to a basket-
ball game, or some other place in his blue beach wagon, he is work-
ing in his Dad's news-store.
Football 2, 3, 45 Baietball 3g Glee Club lg Yearbook Staff 4g As-
sembly Participation 1, 2, 3.
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and a heart of gold. She will be a success, whether a housewife or
a career girl. Her hobby, and also job at present, is baby sitting.
Perhaps this experience has decided her on the career of a nursery
Future Homemakers of America 1g FHA Convention 13 FHA State
Secretary 2g Glee Club 3g Dramatics 4g Yearbook Staff 4g Driver's
Training 4g Christmas Assembly 43 Teentimes--WARA 4.
SANDRA JEAN DOLAN
267 South Street Commercial Course
"Dandy," one of the best-dressed seniors, can usually be found
riding around looking for a little excitement. Sweet and sincere-
"Dandy" always has a smile for everyone. With her pleasing per-
sonality. she is sure to succeed in her chosen profession of becoming
Future Homemakers of America 15 junior Red Cross 45 Social Com-
mittee 1, 2, 5, 45 Girls' Fashion Show 15 Glee Club 25 Typing
Award 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Club 35 Prom Committee 3: Shorthand
Award 45 Yearbook 45 Assembly Participation 4.
ANNE KYLE DONOVAN i
East Street College Course
Antlers. with her friendly personality, always has a smile for
everyone. Although she may be very studious, you can count on her
to join in the laughter. or to add a joke or two. She is always willing
to lend a helping hand and is respected by all.
Yearbook Staff 45 Ring Committee 35 TeenTimes WARA 45 Drivers
Training 3Q Social Committee, Ticket Chairman 15 Social Committee
1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 55 Assembly Participation 1, 2, 49 Office
Work 15 Honor Roll l, 2, 35 Fashion Show 15 Future Homemakers
of America President 2, State President 2, Delegate to FHA North
Atlantic State Conference 25 Class Vice President 25 School Paper,
Editor 45 French Club 35 Monitor 15 Future Teachers of America 45
Motto ,Committee 45 Massachusetts Girls' State Alternate 35 Food' Sale
GAIL ANN DUMAS
East Street Commercial Course
Gail's nickname, Gay, suits her very well because she is always
laughing and has a smile for everyone she meets. When she isn't
working at the "5 and 10," she can be found sitting in the Coffee
Shop, or just taking life easy at home.
Operetta 15 Field Hockey 15 Glee Club 15 Newspaper 2, 55 junior Red
Cross 45 Assembly Participation 4.
FRANCIS FREDRICK DURHAM
Central Street General Course
A quiet fellow, well liked, a good sport and a swell football player
all add up to one person-Frannie. Better known as "Punchy," he
goes his way with a smile and a chuckle for everyone.
Monitor 13 Glee Club 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 43 Track 2, 33 Baseball
1, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Athletic Club 43 Varsity Club 4.
TYLER GARDENER GAULT
PRISCILLA LOIS FINDLEY
South Street College Course
Cilla may be tall in stature, but she is wide and expansive in
personality. She can always be depended upon for that extra scoring
point in competition, for her favorite game is basketball. Her talent
for punching out those points carries over to a cash register, for
she is employed by her Dad at Findley's Market. Sipping Mocha
Frappes with Lynda at Ouimet's is one of her favorite pastimes.
Badminton Tournament 23 Field Hockey 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 43 Girls' Sports Club 13 Athletic
Club 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Future Homemakers of America 1, 23
Drivers Education 33 Athletic Association 4.
Walnut Street General Course
"Ty," who was voted the most musical boy in the class, has been
a great asset to our school band. He can be seen at most sports events,
either participating or as a loyal rooter. If he fulfills his ambition
and becomes a chef, cooking will never have to bother joan.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 4g j.V. Baseball 23
V Baseball 33 Assembly Participation 4.
RITA LAURETTE GIOVINO
92 Chestnut Street RMU Commercial Course
Rita, better known to all of us as "Ritzy," is usually seen riding
around in her Dad's car or at Bernie's talking with the girls. She
may be one of our smallest senior girls, but she has a big heart and
is always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone. She will make an
ideal medical secretary.
Basketball Manager 1, Basketball j.V. 2, Basketball Captain 3g FT L
43 Typing award 2, 5, 43 Shorthand Award 45 Student Council lg
Yearbook Staff, Typing Editor 4, Softball Manager 2, 3, 43 Prom
Committee 3: Social Committee 1, 2, 5, Assembly Participation 4g
Girls' Sports Club lg Newspaper, Assistant Editor 35 FHA 2, Ath-
letic Club 4.
GEORGE GERARD GOODWIN
125 North Main Street, Mansfield Industrial Arts Course
George can often be seen playing grease monkey at the East Foxboro
Garage, or bragging about his hopped-up Ford. On school momings he
loves to play chauffeur. We are sure going to miss riding to school
on those cold winter mornings. To you, George, we wish all of the
luck in the world.
Monitor 1, 5, Projectors Club 2, 5: Assembly Participation 4.
DEAN FRANCIS GRANAHAN
30 Union Street Industrial Arts Course
Zeke, a typical senior, has done a terrific job as president of the
newly organized Canteen. Carefree and fun-loving, Zeke never fails
to be the center of attraction, when he is dancing with Connie. NVith
his friendly ways, he will succeed in his ambition to become a good
Social Committee 1, 25 Prom Committee 3, Industrial Arts Club 2,
Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2: Prom Prince 53 Ring Committee 23
Assembly Participation 4.
MARILYN GAIL GREENLEAF
39 Union Street Commercial Course
Quiet, but friendly-that's Mary. She enjoys just loafing around and
can't stand snobby people. She and Jan have been practically in-
separable friends for many years. A true friend and classmate, Mary
deserves the best and we know she will work well and conscientiously
in any office.
Art Club 45 Assembly Participation 4.
RITA ADRIENNE GRISE
101 Morse Street lm Commercial Course
Rita, one of the cutest girls in our class, usually works at the
Orpheum when she isn't at home writing letters. With her artistic
talent, Rita has done a tremendous job as art editor of this yearbook.
Her witty personality and cheerfulness will help her make friends
wherever she goes. Rita is an accomplished actress, but prefers a career
as a hair stylist.
Student Council 25 Prom Committee 33 Social Committee 1, 25 Dra-
matics Club 1, 2, 33 Honor Roll 2, 33 Monitor 1, Yearbook Staff,
Art Editor 4g Office Work 3, 4: Typing Award 2, 35 Driver Train-
ing 3g Assembly Participation 4.
BERNICE LOUISE GROCE
West Street College Course
Bernie, a newcomer in her Sophomore'year, has made many friends
at Foxboro High. She has a decided flair for acting, a pronounced
artistic gift, an ability to write rock and roll lyrics. She will always
be remembered for her quick wit, friendly ways and engaging smile.
Transferred-Roxbury Memorial High, january, l955g Social Com-
mittee 2, 3. 43 Decorations 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3g Dramatics
Club Treasurer 3, Vice President 4g Assembly Participation 3, Year-
book Staff 4.
30 County Street Industrial Arts Course
Bobby, the cutest boy in the senior class, is often seen in Wrentham
visiting Sandy or else out on the basketball court trying for another
basket. Whenever you meet him you can be sure of a cheery "hello."
With his agreeable disposition, he will go a long way in whatever
he chooses to do.
Football 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1,
2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 43 Athletics Club 4g In-
dustrial Arts Club 13 Yearbook Staff 43 Prom Committee 43 Assembly
ABIGAIL EMMA GUILD
8 Garfield Street College Course
Abby. one of our most attractive and talented senior girls, finds her
spare time occupied by a certain person from Attleboro. She has a
strong interest in music and plans to further her abilities by attending
King's College to major in music. We are sure that the future has
much happiness and success in store for her.
Majorette I, 2, 3, 43 Head maiorette 43 Future Homemakers of
America 1, Chapter President 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Homeroom Busi-
ness Manager 43 Student Representative of High School Athletic
Association 43 Driver Education 33 Assembly Participation 4.
JANET LOUISE HARRIS
43 East Street Commercial Course
"jan" spends most of her spare time at the "Switch" with Bob
and the rest of her friends. Her best characteristics are her cute
smile and cheery disposition. We know these will play a large part
in her success as a secretary.
Field Hockey lg Typing Award 2, 3, 43 Band 13 Newspaper Club 33
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Art Club 13 Driver Training 33 Fashion Show
1, 2, 33 Operetta 23 Shorthand Award 43 Assembly Participation 4.
PAULA LOUISE HATCH
20 Pond Avenue College Course
Louise's happy-go-lucky manner, and friendly laugh have made her
a friend to all. Louise, who plans a nursing career, will certainly be
successful. Her poise, quiet and dignified manner will aid her in
reaching her goal, and help her to find all of the happiness in the
Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2g Yearbook Staff 4g Driver
Education 35 Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Sports Club lg Business Manager
of School Newspaper 35 junior Red Cross President 4g Assembly
Participation 1, 2, 4g Typing Award 49 Monitor 1, 2g Hostess at
junior Prom 1g Canteen Committee 43 Office Secretary 1, 2, 3g Prom
Committee 3, Fashion Show 1, 3, Future Home-makers of America:
Class History 4, Ways and Means Committee 43 Class Motto 43
Girls' Shop 1.
ROBERT WILLIAM HERNBLAD
HELEN ANNE HEFFERNAN
360 South Street College Course
Helen, who came to us from Sharon as a junior, has amused her
classmates with her funny expressions and tall tales. With her ever-
present smile, she's sure to be a success in her chosen career.
Transferred from Sharon High School 3g Basketball FTL 43 Soft-
ball 3g Prom Committee 3g Yearbook Staff 43 Dramatics Club 3g
Athletic Club 45 Assembly Participation 3, 4.
18 Eastman Avenue College Course
Bob, conscientious and good natured, has been an asset to our
class. He has filled the job as senior class treasurer successfully. On
the basketball court, he is known for his ability to get the rebounds
consistently. Bob has a great sense of humor, and with his friendly
personality, he will surely succeed in college.
Newspaper Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 41 Track 1, 2, 3, 4,
Weather Club 15 Senior Class Treasurer 4g Cafeteria Worker 1, 2,
3, 4g junior Varsity Baseball 25 Assembly Participation 4g Yearbook
Staff 4, Class Motto 4.
EDWARD GRAHAM HOLSKE
137 East Street Industrial Arts Course
Anyone who knows Ed appreciates his good nature. Although he
has a quiet manner, Ed is usually ready for fun and a practical joke.
He can usually be found either riding in or working on his trusty
Ford. Auto mechanics is his future field. We know be will be suc-
Social Committee 55 Industrial Arts Club 1, 23 Newspaper Club 43
Assembly Participation 4.
LINCOLN SPEAR HOLSKE
15 Sand Street College Course
Linc, recently acquiring the name "Hollywood," is at his happiest
when he's roller-skating or playing baseball. Small in stature, but
mighty in personality, he's sure to succeed at whatever he attempts.
Baseball I, 2, 3. 43 Football 43 Driver Training 32 Assembly Par-
HALBERT SNOW HOUGHAM, JR.
6 Orchard Place College Course
Tall. dark and handsome, Hal spends most of his spare time in
the woods tracking down wildlife. preferably deer. Everyone-es-
pecially the girls-knows that once hunting season begins in the fall.
Hal will be out of circulation until january. Hal is certain to go far
with his quiet, yet friendly and sincere ways.
Track lg Monitor I. 2: Football 2. 53 Driver Training 3, Prom Com-
mittee 3g Canteen Committee 'lg Assembly Participation 4.
8 West Leonard Street College Course
Ed will always be remembered by his classmates for his sincere
friendliness. With his unquenchable cheerfulness, we all know Ed
will achieve,his goals in life. One of his greatest assets is the
ability to debate well, and this should help him a great deal when
he attends college.
junior Varsity Football 23 Varsity Football 33 Student Council 2, 3,
43 Social Committee 2, 53 Prom Theme Committee 53 Driver Edu-
cation 33 Student Council Treasurer 43 Glee Club lg Cafeteria Worker
1, 43 Monitor 1, 3, 43 Ring Committee 23 Yearbook Staff 43 Class
Will 43 Assembly Participation 4.
FRANK LESLIE HUSSON
Washington Street Industrial Arts Course
Whenever you hear laughter, you can be sure Les is around. He
can usually be found riding down Central Street or trying to figure
out some way to get rid of his pet peeve--homework. His main
interests are Pat Sweet and basketball. With his winning personality,
he is sure to go far.
Prophecy 4g Social Committee 4g Assembly Participation 4.
VALERIE IRENE JONES
15 Leonard Street College Course
This attractive, pretty-eyed gal finds great sport in racing to Mans-
field every afternoon after school, where she puts in time at Martin's
Fabric Shop. Val has an unusual talent for sewing, which will surely
help her later on in her role as a housewife.
Future Homemakers of America 1, 23 Glee Club 3, 43 Driver Train-
ing 5Q Assembly Participation 4.
WILLIAM STERLING KAY
East Street College Course
Billy. one of the quieter members of our class. can always be
found with one of his East Foxboro friends. BiIl's classmates are
beginning to wonder if he is trying to collect as many cars as he
has girl friends.
Proiector Club lg Glee Club lg Social Committee 2. 51 Newspaper
-1: Industrial Arts Club 'lg Assembly Participation 4.
DOROTHY IRENE LAPLANTE
36 Morse Street Commercial Course
Barbie, as she is known to her friends. spends much of her time
writing letters to her favorite person, jimmy. She is interested in
becoming a secretary after graduation. Her wonderful personality and
good sense of humor will certainly help her to the top.
Typing Award 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 53 Assembly Participation 4.
PETER MICI-II AL LOVFLY
7 Park Avenue Commercial Course
lf there was ever a marathon race to "NXfalpole." Pete. one of our
most popular seniors, would surely be the first one to arrive. He
would then bead to Ann's house. which is his favorite hangout. XX'ith
Pete's sincere and friendly ways, he is sure to reach his life's ambition
and become a terrific salesman.
Football 2. 51 Yearbook Staff -lg Social Committee -lg Prom Com-
mittee 31 Ring Committee Z1 Assembly Partitipation -1.
JOYCE LUCILLE LUDWIG
23 Bird Street ye Commercial Course
Joyce, full of fun and spirit, finds a laugh in every situation.
When she isn't working at the Little Shop, she is usually driving
the family car filled with her girl friends, Sue, Rita, and Nancy.
Joyce hopes to be a receptionist. Her easy-going ways and cheerful
disposition will stand her in good stead in this type of occupation.
Driver Training 33 Typing Award 2, 5Q Girls' Sports Club lg Moni'
CAROL MARIE MEEKINS
288 Central Street College Course
Carol, our favorite bookworm, would rather read and dream about
Dick than do her Trig. Her other interests include music, sports and
people. Still undecided as to her career, we know she'll be a success
in whatever she chooses.
Band 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Orchestra 15 Yearbook Staff 43
1?fam21fiCS 12 Social C0mmittCe 2, 5g Operetta lg Assembly Participa-
tion 1, 43 Field Hockey 2g Fashion Show lg Office Work 4.
PAUL CORNELIUS MORRISSEY
355 Central Street
Paul is dedicated to trains and has hopes of becoming an engineer
after high school. Well known for his off-hand humorous remarks,
Paul has a good time in school, as he enjoys teachers and fellow-
Newspaper 15 Photography Club 4g Driver Training 45 Social Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4.
MARY ANN MULHERIN
16 Community Way Commercial Course
Mary Ann, sometimes known as "Red," has a true Irish personality.
With her blue eyes and cheery voice, she has been Foxboro's cutest
and peppiest cheerleader. Whenever there is a school affair or just
a get-together, Mary Ann is sure to be there, laughing and joining
in the fun. She is sure to attain happiness and success in the future.
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 President of Future Homemakers of
America, Glee Club 1, 2, Newspaper 2, 33 Basketball 1, Cheerlead-
ing Club 2, 3, President 4, Varsity Club 4, Treasurer, Girls' Sports
Club 1g Class Will 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Prom Committee 33 Social
Committee 1, 23 Girls' Industrial Arts 1.
LEONARD ARTHUR N OILES
80 Main Street General Course
Smiling Lennie, the shortest boy in our class, certainly lives up to
the saying, "dynamite comes in small packages." This is especially
true of Lennie when he plays football, for he is a wonderful athlete.
Without the aid of Lennie, we are sure that the Foxboro Drum and
Bugle Corps wouldn't have been so successful in competitions.
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 43 Basketball 1, 2,
4g Varsity Club 4, Vice President of Class 1, Athletic Club 45 Prom
Committee 3, Social Committee 1, 25 Assembly Participation 45 Teen
Time, WARA 4.
EILEEN FAITH OHARA
174 Central Street College Course
Eileen, with her sweet smile, has made many friends since she
came to Foxboro High in her sophomore year. She enjoys most of
her trips to Cohasset to visit Wif. After graduation, she plans to
Transferred from St. Mary's Central Catholic High, Milford, Mass.,
November, 1954, Dramatics Club 33 Glee Club 43 Honors 23 Future
Homemakers of America 23 Assembly Participation 4.
FREDERICK HAMILTON OLNEY JR.
38 Green Street my College Course
Emo is always ready with a witty remark. He and his trusty old
Ford are recognized as part of Foxboro standard equipment. The
school just won't be the same without them. Beneath his carefree
manner there's a serious streak in Fred. It will be this part that will
make him a success in college.
Basketball 1, 23 Social Committee 1, 25 Yearbook Staff 43 Assembly
Participation 4g Class Prophecy 4.
LYNDA ANN OLSEN
80 High Street College Course
Blonde, blue-eyed, the most athletic girl in our class, and looking
on life as an enjoyable task-thisfis a sketch of Lynda. She is a friend
to everyone, and everyone is a friend to her. When you notice Lynn
day-dreaming you may bet it's about her future as a good teacher.
or she's wondering when jimmy will be home on leave again.
School Paper Assistant Editor lg Sports Editor 21 Cheerleader Club
45 Basketball 1, FTL 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey FTL 1, 2, 3, Captain 4,
Softball FTL 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 1, Varsity Club, Secretary 43
Social Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman 4g Prom Committee Chairman 33
Student Council 3, Yearbook, Sports Editor 43 Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4g
Office Work 1, 2g Assembly Participation 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 43
Band 23 Majorette 1, Captain 2, 33 Science Fair 35 Dramatics 3, 4g
Ring Committee 23 Contest Representative, Miss Sportswear 45 Future
Teachers of America 43 Canteen Committee Treasurer 4g Physical
Education Teacher 3.
HELEN PAULINE OSULLIVAN
95 East Street Commercial Course
Helen, better known as "Sully," enjoys herself when she is bowling
or riding around with her favorite person, Hago. With her pleasant
personality and ready smile. she is certain to succeed in her ambition
to become a secretary. .
Industrial Arts Club 1, Newspaper 33 Future Homemakers of America
lg Glee Club 2. 3, junior Red Cross 4: Driver Education 3: As-
sembly Participation 4.
NANCY JOAN PACKARD
263 Central Street Commercial Course
Nancy has a rare combination of beauty and brain. She spends
her spare time with her pride and joy, "Little Roya." Nancy is
usually either exercising "Little Roya" or at the Bay State Raceway
taking care of "Bomber." Nancy's favorite song, "The Girls Are
Marching," goes well with her ambition to join the Air Force and
see the world.
Secretary of Future Homemakers of America 21 Typing Award 3, 41
Driver Training 4: Honor Roll 1, 2, 31 Girls' Sports Club 1.
CLIFTON GRANVILLE ROBERTS JR.
30 South Street I General Course
Whenever you see someone riding by in the direction of the Head-
In Diner with Harv and Glen. you can be sure it's Cliff. With his
genial and friendly ways, Cliff is sure to be a success in his ambition
to become a funeral director. We sincerely wish him all the luck in
the world in his chosen profession.
Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 43 Assembly Participation 4.
JOHN EDWIN SCHROMM
46 Oak Street Industrial Arts Course
John can always be counted on for a friendly greeting and a slap
on the back wherever you see him. John's ambitions for the future are
twofold: firstp to have his own architectural firm, and secondly, to
live in a house of his own design.
Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2g Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 25 Social
Committee 1, 2, 5Q Athletic Club 4g Yearbook, Class Will 4g As-
sembly Participation 4.
HOWARD EDWIN SHEPARDSON
11 West Leonard Street Industrial Arts Course
Shep has spent his four years of high school making friends. He
will be remembered for his active participation in the band. Although
Shep's future is uncertain, we know that he will go a long way with
his happy, carefree manner.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2g Industrial
Arts lg Assembly Participation 4.
SYRENA BERNICE SILVA
22 Cocasset Street Comme,-cial Course
Bernie's wit and friendly smile has made her a friend to everyone.
Carefree, talkative, friendly-we will always remember her and her
clowning around in class. Her sparkling personality is sure to catch
her a millionaire someday.
Future Homemakers of America lg Social Committee 1, 2, 3, Glee
Club 2, Junior Red Cross, Treasurer 45 Typing Award 2, 3, 4g Short-
hand Award 4, Driver Training 3g Assembly Participation 4.
DONALD EDWARD SLOAN
Central Street Industrial Arts Course
Donnie, one of our most popular senior boys, spends most of his
time in Hanna's having Judy wait on him, or else thinking about
football and baseball. He always has a smile and friendly word for
everyone. With his pleasing personality. he is certain to succeed in
whatever he undertakes.
Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 45 President, Athletic
Club 45 Student Council 1, 2g Prom Committee 3g Prom Prince 3,
Industrial Arts Club 1, 2g Yearbook Staff, Sports Editor 43 Toxteens
Committee 4, Monitor 1, 23 Athletic Representative 4g Social Com-
mittee 1. 2, 3, 43 Weather Club 23 Assembly Participation 4.
JUDITH ANN SMITH
Cocasset Street College Course
Judy, a cute little blonde, is almost always running around in a dith-
er about something. Her afternoons are spent working at C0mey's
Cleaners. Her favorite pastime at home is sleeping. Although undecid-
ed as to her career, we know she will succeed in whatever she under-
Future Homemakers of America, Secretary 1, 23 Glee Club 3, Driver
Education 5, Dramatics Club 4.
. PATRICIA ANN SWEET
92 Central Street Commercial Course
Small, cute. and happy, best describe Pat. Better known as
"Tweetie," she is always busy running around in her father's car or
sitting in Hanna's with the kids. With her sweet personality and
willingness to help, she has been an asset to our class. We wish her
all the luck and happiness in the world.
Operetta lg Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 Fashion
Show 1, ZQ Assembly Participation 1, 4, Ring Committee 31 Field
Hockey Manager 2, 3, Softball Manager 23 Basketball Manager 2, 35
Canteen Committee 43 Prom Committee 35 Prom Queen 33 junior Red
Cross. Secretary 41 Typing Award 33 Shorthand Award 4g Yearbook
Staff. Prophecy 4g Ways and Means Committee 4.
DANIEL FERDINAND TOPPING
155 Main Street General C0ur5e
Dan's quiet ways and shy smile have been his best assets. Yet he
is always ready to join the crowd in hot-rodcling, or just having fun.
We wish Dan all the luck in the world and hope he succeeds in what-
ever he chooses to do in the future.
Band 1. 29 Industrial Arts Club 1: Science Fair.
KEVIN LEON VAN DEN BERGHE
Cocasset Street College Course
Kev's most outstanding characteristic is his wavy red hair, but no
doubt he will always be remembered as the only boy who rode to
school on a red Harley-Davison motorcycle. His pleasant personali-
ty and ready wit will take him far.
Assembly Participation 4.
RICHARD GEORGE VIERKANT
206 Mechanic Street It Commercial Course
Richard, one of the few boys in the commercial course, is a bright
pupil and will certainly go far. He can usually be found drawing or
watching his favorite sport, baseball. His favorite song, "Hard to Get,"
states clearly his attitude towards girls. He has many friends and will
certainly succeed in his ambition to become an accountant.
Prom Committee 3g Typing Award 35 Art Club 1, 4g Weather Club
1, Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Shorthand Award.
WILLIAM DOUGLAS WADE
140 Green Street College Course
Our efficient president for four years, Doug has been the backbone
and leader of our class. Versatile and level-headed, he is well liked
by all. Doug also excels as a baseball player and has pitched for our
team for five years. None of us have any doubts but that he will
"fly high" in whatever he may do.
Band 1, 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 39 Class
President 1, 2, 3, 45 Massachusetts Boys' State 33 Prom King 3,
National Honor Society 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club, Vice
President 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Assembly Participation 2, 3, 4.
12 Summer Place Commercial Course
Sue is one of the neatest and quietest girls in our class, yet on
further acquaintance, you find behind innocent brown eyes, a teasing
disposition. After school she works at the National Bank or visits
the Little Shop. She hopes to be an airline hostess and certainly has-
all the qualifications to make a good one.
Girls' Sports Club lg Typing Award 2, 31 Assembly Participation 4.
Firrt row, left to right: Mary Aimone, prompterg Bernice Groce, Lynda Olsen, Stephanie DeHaro
Anne Donovan, Susan Carleton. Semnd row: Douglas Wade, Donald Sloan, Helen Heffernan
Edmund Buckley. Howard Shepardson.
"THE MAD HATTERSH
Dirertor, Miss E. Olivia Pearson
Srenir Direrlor, Mr. Berryman Minah
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The day we've dreamed of for so long,
Will soon approach, then we'1l be gone.
So now it's time for you to hear,
The history of our high school years.
In the wondrous year of fifty-three,
We entered high school, frosh to be.
We looked around and then we said,
"What happy years shall lie ahead I"
Election time was drawing near,
With much ado we chose that year:
President Doug Wade, Vice President Len Noiles,
Secretary Mary Aimone, and Pat Manning financial toils.
Our freshman year was near an end,
And social time was then the trend.
Decorations were made in the shop,
To brighten the hall for our "Bunny Hop."
Bells were all ringing loud and clear,
This was to be our sophomore year.
With Mrs. Brawn, as Class Advisor,
We knew that we'd be all the wiser.
And with elections, oh so merry,
Again we chose our Doug and Mary.
Anne Donovan was elected our V. P.
Dave Baker, treasurer, counted with glee.
Now we sophomores were ready to sing,
For we had been fitted for our class ring.
Round ones, square ones, were our choice,
And everyone had an open voice.
The year was drawing to an end,
And the time had come for us to send
The invitation to you all.
To attend our "Cinderella Ball."
All rested up from summer vacation,
We came back to our school location.
Once more we saw familiar faces,
When we, as juniors, took our places.
Election time was in full bloom,
Mary and Doug were elected soon.
Sue Carleton, as Vice, took her stand,
Bud Comey jingled money, to beat the band. Page Forty
Now there was a rumorgoing around,
Class rings had arrived safe and sound.
Everyone rushed to room five to get
Their class ring which they couldn't forget
The biggest evening of the year,
Was the prom which was very near.
"Fantasy in Blue" was our theme,
And all young faces were a-gleam.
Pat and Doug could be plainly seen,
As we elected them our King and Queen.
Two lovely princesses, Mary and Sue,
With Prince Dean and Don, whom we all knew
For this was to be our very last year,
Of high school memories held so dear,
Socials, elections, proms, and such,
Give this year its final touch.
After we had counted all the votes,
Mary Daler took over with notes.
Sue and Doug no longer were sad,
Our money was safe with Bob Hernblad.
Now the yearbook was underway,
Everyone had a lot to say,
The yearbook staff worked vigorously,
To produce the "Red Fox" for all to see.
All were thinking of our class play,
To be held this year in the month of May.
Comedy, drama, what will it be?
Everyone was curious. So they came to see.
Award Day over, Class Day here.
This is all part of our perfect year.
"june eleventh," we all say,
"Will be our Graduation Day!"
That day we'd dreamed of, for oh so long,
Now is here, and we'll be gone.
Our faces, now, look toward the sky,
With courage and hope we say good-by.
By MARY ANN MULHERIN, JOHN SCHROMM, and EDWARD HUNTRESS
We, the class of '57 of Foxboro High School, Town
of lfoxboro, County of Norfolk, State of Massachu-
setts, and Continent of North America, being of
unsound mind, and fragile body, do hereby make,
scribble, publish, and declare this to be our last will
To Mr. Ward we leave a do-it-yourself automatic
back scratcher kit.
To Mr. Ahern we leave a 10 years' supply of paper
napkins. May he still be here in 10 years.
To the Faculty we leave memories of the nightmares
that the Class of '57 has caused them during the
past four years.
To the juniors we leave all our old English themes to
guarantee the same high scholastic standing
achieved by the Senior Class of 1957.
To the Sophomores we leave two more years in
which to gain our poise, wisdom, and sophistication.
To the Freshmen we leave a ladder so they can take
one more step to success-the Sophomore Class.
Mary Aimone leaves a book entitled, "How I Did My
Legs Over in 10 Easy Lessons."
David Baker leaves his book entitled, "How I Dis-
covered Girls" to any shy underclassmen.
Edmund Buckley leaves his appetite to Lucy "Chubby
Dorothy Birbeck, Betty Chisholm, Janet Harris, and
Helen O'Sullivan leave to join the gang.
Sue Carleton and Doug Wade leave to raise a bunch
of little Einsteins.
Charlie Cicciu leaves with a box of starch so he can
always keep his collars at attention.
Charlotte Cicciu leaves with a box of elastics so she
can stretch a few yards.
Dawn Clark leaves with a life-time battery for her
car radio and a meter so she can charge the correct
Janet Congdon leaves a book entitled "How to Look
Kissable" to any Sophomore girl.
William "Shaggy" Crocker leaves his one and only
T-shirt to Joe "La Raunch" Prew.
Paul Cutler and Joyce Ludwig leave for Parts
Mary Daler leaves her outside boy friends to Nancy
"I'll take 10 of them" Annon.
William "Jarvis" Davis leaves, hollering "I made it."
Stephanie De Haro leaves her sweaters, two sizes too
small, to the Blais twins.
Sandra Dolan leaves her silence to the library.
Anne Donovan leaves carrying Mr. Armstrong's lunch
Gail Dumas leaves to start her own Five and Dime
Priscilla Findley and Bob I-lernblad leave together.
We always thought they were made for each other.
Tyler Gault leaves to guard the coast.
Rita Giovino leaves one year's diaper service free
of charge to Stephanie De Haro, the senior girl
most likely to marry first.
George Goodwin leaves his spark plugged diesel.
Dean Granahan leaves his dancing feet to Harry
"the snail" Whipp.
Marilyn Greenleaf leaves to become a lady wrestler.
Rita Grice leaves with a one-way ticket to Hollywood
and some glue "so Rita will stick."
Bernice Groce leaves to be head psychiatrist at F.S.H.
Bobby Guerrini leaves to be a life guard at Sandy's
Abigail Guild leaves her favorite saying, "Oh, Mr.
Louise Hatch leaves to be a model in Esquire
Helen Heffernan leaves for Hollywood. She likes
M.G.M.'s Leo because it has blonde hair.
Ed "Hot Pipes" Holske leaves to build wider roads
and sharper corners so he can take them the way he
Lincoln "Hollywood" Holske leaves with a diploma.
Good going, Linc, we knew you would make it
even if Mrs. Lipner did have her doubts.
Hal Hougham leaves many broken hearts in the
Ed HUHLICSS leaves to Staff 3. fl0I1-l1HlO!'l gfOC6I'y store.
Frank Husson leaves regretting he ever sold his Pink
Yalerie jones leaves to become a Missionary in
Northwest Southern Siberia.
Bill Kay leaves behind sweet memories of the "East
Dorothy La Plante leaves her sweet disposition to
Peter Lovely leaves his build to Lila "as if she needs
Carol Meekins leaves for Needham.
Paul Morrissey leaves bragging about how he had
shaved for six months and both times he cut
Mary Ann Mulherin leaves with a pair of safety
glasses so she won't be waving to strange boys in
Lennie Noiles leaves his collection of broken hearts
to Patrick "the up and coming Valentino of the
Eileen O'Hara leaves with less "Faith" than when
Fred Olney leaves his Emily Post eating habits to our
Lynda Olsen leaves her date book to Lois "I'll be
right down" Granahan.
Nancy Packard leaves for dead valley with her twenty
Clifton "The Friendly Undertaker" Roberts leaves
saying, "I'll be shoveling off."
Bernice Silva leaves her tremendous shape to be
divided equally among the undernourished
John Schromm leaves with some insurance for his
vocal cords. It seems they're the loudest in the
Howard Shepardson leaves a broken heart in the
Donny Sloan leaves for North Street.
Judy Smith leaves to be the first woman officer at
Pat Sweet leaves still wondering how she got that
traffic ticket. After all, she was only doing 90.
Dan Topping leaves for Wisconsin for his dairy
Richard "Big Butch" Vierkant leaves to take over
Mrs. Doris Sullivan's job.
Suzanne Winslow leaves her sweet disposition and
quiet ways to Billy "the Saint" McNair.
THE LATIN LOVER JAKIUS THE SNAKEIUS
THE MCDUCKS, HUEY, DUEY, AND LOUEY
OLDY AND HAPPY BOTTOM. '
Sophomore class" Lyons. Page Forty-two
By PATRICIA SWEET, FREDERICK OLNEY and FRANK HUSSON
Foxboro Reporter Headlines, August I6, I962: "Class-
mates of 1957 Return to Be Wed." Now, a year later,
the story of that fabulous reunion and wedding must be
recorded for posterity. Perhaps as exciting as the festive
occasion of reuniting with old classmates and the
wedding was the miraculous way in which the 6h
members slowly but steadily made their way back to
the old home town for the important occasion. Previous
to the wedding, the couple had been separated by land
and sea. The girl, Sue Carleton, had been living in
Alaska near Wading River. lt seemed she always did
like the name Wade. Her sweetheart, Doug, had been
spending a year in Africa.
Ten days before the wedding, Sue started on her
journey by way of dog sled. First, she stopped at the
Alaskan Trading Post, where she found Mary Aimone
ready to leave for the trip to Foxboro. After purchasing
the necessary supplies, she and Mary hopped on the
sled and away they went!
On their way through the state of Washington, they
met two of their old classmates-David Baker, who
had become a famous engineer for American Flyer
Trains, and Edmund Buckley, who told them that he
had completed four years of carpentry and was now an
official bone sawer like his father. After inviting Dave
and Edmund to join the party, they were amazed to
find Dolly Birkbeck as a Stowaway under the dog sled.
She always wanted to be a little different.
The group was off again on their journey, now
heading toward Idaho, where they picked up four more
classmates. Charlie Cicciu proudly told them ol' his
recent election as president of the F.B.l. 1Foreign Born
ltaliansb. His sister, Charlotte, excitedly displayed her
elevated shoes, which she was selling to all short girls
interested in tall boys. just at that moment, a hiss went
up as Dawn Clark, a model for Glamour Magazine,
climbed aboard the sled. Dawn was followed by Betty
Chisholm, who was wearing a Tiny Tot Dress of her
Off again to the adjoining state of Montana, where
they came across two more of their classmates. Mary
Daler climbed on the sled and happily told them of
her latest and most successful movie in which she
starred as Sweet Pea, Popeye's girl friend. They were
surprised to see jarvis Davis, who jumped aboard and
immediately started to tell everyone about his famous
card-playing at "All Suckers Haven." Stephanie DeHaro
wandered by and told the crowd of her new job as a
kindergarten teacher. Everyone knew she would enter
this field. We could tell by the "pupils" in her eyes.
After inviting everyone to attend the wedding, they
started off to South Dakota where they added three
of their old buddies. They discovered that Anne Dono-
van was teaching Trig in the local high school. Could
it be that this interest originated in T.C.'s room during
her high school years? Prize fighter, Francis Durham,
jumped aboard swinging his fists. He always was a
little "Punchy." Priscilla Findley drove up to the dog
sled in her famous vegetable truck, yelling, "Fresh
lettuce for sale." We always knew she would get
The next state through which the classmates traveled
was Nebraska, where they met five more of the gang.
As they passed by a river, they saw Tyler Gault row-
ing a boat, while reading his latest book, "How to
Scrub the Deck in Three Easy Lessons," which he wrote
after three years in the Coast Guard. Suddenly, they
heard the screeching of brakes. It was Rita Giovino,
still driving around in her father's '56 Buick which
he hadn't traded in yet.
Meanwhile, back in Africa, Doug Wade had started
on his journey downriver in his non-skid banana boat
which he had recently purchased from janet Congdon,
the banana queen of West Bongo Bongo. After inviting
janet to come to the wedding, Doug started on his
journey through the Gold Coast. En route, he joined
Bill "Shaggy" Crocker, who was running a home for
shaggy fat people there. Passing through a small native
village, they were astonished to see George Goodwin
working as the local cobbler. A merry "ole sole" was
he. George jumped on board and they were again on
their way down the river. Imagine their surprise to
discover that the swimmer who was desperately trying
to overtake the banana boat was none other than Dean
Granahan. It seemed he was always chasing someone.
At the next village, they found 'Marilyn Greenleaf
putting green leaves on brown trees, and Rita Grise, the
famous Olympic Star, chasing another runner. Bernice
Groce, now famous for her recent book, "Why Rock
n' Roll Does Not Cause juvenile Delinquency," wa-s
overjoyed to meet her old friends and to join them on
their journey to Foxboro, just before the boat was ready
to slide out of port, they heard a hot-rod pull up to the
pier, and Louise Hatch jumped aboard.
After seven days at sea, they arrived at Port Guinea
where they met Bob Hernblad, who was the local
window washer. Everyone knew "the height of his am-
bition." Here they paused to enjoy a movie at the local
theatre. The picture starred Lincoln "Hollywood"
Holske as Lassie's replacement. While in Port Guinea,
they stopped at the local Y.W.C.A. to pick up the judo
instructor, Hal Hougham. Walking through the village.
they passed Ed Huntress' Meat Market and noticed
the sign, Mumbo Gumbo, which, translated into Eng-
lish, means "Huntress' Haven for Hams." Before re-
turning to their boat, they saw two other boys whom
they recognized to be their old classmates. Les Husson
told them of his recent marriage to a "Sweet" girl. Bill
Kay told of his success as a Model "A" dealer in
They were off to sea again, only to pass another
classmate on' the U.S.S. Leo. Helen Heffernan had
married a naval officer and could be seen scrubbing
decks for him.
With the sun setting in the West, they sailed into the
beautiful harbor of London. While in the city, they
visited the local carnival where they saw Dorothy La-
Plante, who was the Fat Lady in the side show, 'As
they wandered on through the crowd, they met Carol
Meekins who told them that she was still going with
the same boy and could Parry-no-more. She also said
she had seen Paul Morrisey, who was cleaning up in
the railroad business, he was the head smoke-stack
polisher. He reported that'Mary Ann Mulherin was a
spy for the red-heads and had appeared on Lennie
Noiles' television program, "That's My Linef' Walking
to the boat, they met one of their old Foxboro High
School acquaintances, otherwise known as "Itchy." He
told them that when he was in Foxboro, he met Eileen
O'Hara, who was working at the Foxboro State Hos-
pital. She always was a crazy mixed-up kid. He also
mentioned that Fred Olney was repairing scooters for
Ahern and Co. in London. He said it seemed they were
always good friends?
As they boarded the ship, Nancy Packard came
riding up on her horse. She had just returned from
training horses in the French Foreign Legion. They left
for their final voyage to America and good old Foxboro.
Meanwhile, back in Iowa, Sue had picked up Lynda
Olsen, who owns a Yo-Yo factory, She always had
someone on the string. She also picked up Clifton
Roberts, who was measuring people for boxes, with his
motto: Try my Lay-a-way Plan. With a crack of the
whip, they left Iowa. Meeting no one in Illinois, they
continued on to Indiana, where they were happy to say
they met up with a "little" trouble-Bobby Guerrini, of
the local police. He arrested them for parking their dog
sled in a No-Parking Zone. As they arrived in the
court a big surprise awaited them, the judge was none
other than john Schromm. Every time he called for
order, he would yell "Beer."
After leaving court and asking john to join them,
they departed for Ohio. There they received a tip on
one of their other classmates, Bernice Silva, one of
Arthur 'Murray's dancers. She was always a little
bouncy. While visiting the local junkyard to buy a new
runner for their sled, they met Donny Sloan, who was
selling Windshields to kids who lose their tempers.
They left Ohio and arrived in Pennsylvania where
they dropped in on Judy Smith, who was married to a
West Point graduate and had thirteen little cadets.
Off again, this time to New York, where they
stopped at a hotel. There they bumped into Pat Sweet
who told them that she was working as a secretary to
a trailer salesman. Frank-ly, she liked her job.
They departed on the last leg of their journey through
Massachusetts to Foxboro. On the portable radio they
heard two of their other classmates, Daniel and Don
Topping, singing their latest song, "Past the Other
Udder to my Other Brother's Utter Hand."
Entering Foxboro, they stopped at Kevin "Marlon"
VanDenBerghe's Motorcycle Shop. He joined them and
they arrived at the center of town to meet Doug and
his crew who were to arrive soon. Standing on the
corner, Pete Lovely, a classmate, was giving a speech
for the Democratic Party to a group of Democrats. His
slogan was "I never stole a nickel-all I want is the
chance." He was interrupted by Paul Cutler who told
Peter that he was standing on his blue suede shoes,
and that Pete's pantcuff was caught in Paul's guitar.
Back in the Port of New York, Doug and his fellow
classmates were going through the customs. Richard
Vierkant was the head Inspector. He was always a
litle nosy. As they left the Customs House, they met
Gail Dumas and Valerie Jones who had heard about
the wedding and were ready to join the crowd. They
also told them that they were "cleaning up" in the
laundry business. Gail put the lipstick on the shirt and
Valerie took it off. Their motto was: "Don't Kill Your
Wife-Let Us Do the Dirty Work."
The party boarded a train and they were off to
Foxboro. In the dining car they met head chef Howard
Shepardson, who was still stuffing his mouth.
Finally, they arrived in Foxboro and were met by two
of the high school teachers, Suzanne Winslow and
Joyce Ludwig, who were trying to correct the bad
English that was used by the class of '57.
At the church there were only four classmates miss-
ing. just before the wedding began, Eddie Holske drove
his hot-rod, the Ford Convertible with the pink hood,
down the aisle and announced that janet Harris
couldn't attend because she was in a sanitarium fshe
always said that sailors drove her madj. Abigail Guild
was cleaning up in her father's greenhouse business, as
head weed-picker. Sandra Dolan couldn't be there
because she was in the jailhouse. Another Dolan in the
The reception which followed surpassed in gaiety and
hilarity any wedding party before or since-the first
reunion of the class of 1957.
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From row, left lo right: Patricia Kaiser, William Peach, Frank Flagg, Donald Kierstead, Jane
Harnden, James Schromm, Neil Bearce, Georgia Landry, Mrs. Gladys Beers, advisor, Dorothy Harris,
Priscilla Forbes, Robert Davis, Donald Brown. Second row: Mr, Richard O'Leary, advisor, David
Smith, Richard Murphy, Joyce Doucette, Alice Brunell, Catherine Dubois, Dorothy Collins, Judith
Davison, Linda Beggs, Marilyn Andrews, Lorrencita Coulombe, Jerusha Ellsworth, Viola Davies,
Harvey Sallie, Mr, Leo Millea, advisor. Third row: John Anthony, Stephen Foster, Charles Julius,
Charles Johnston, Richard Greco, John Peavey, William McNair, Lewis Johnson, Russell Milham,
Joseph Connell, Joseph Puffer, Kenneth Green, Bruce Lessard. Faurlb row: George Cook, Ralph
Peavey, Harold Tallman, Joseph Doucette, David Morin, Harold Whipp, Walter Woveris, Richard
Davis, Charles Erler, Robert Lamson, Richard Cox, Jack Randall, Norman Grise, Joseph Prew.
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Mrs. Gladys Beers
Mr. Leo Millea
Mr. Richard O'Leary
lfirrl muy Iefl In right: Peter Bailey, Sherwood Smith, Michael Green, janet Brimner, Maureen
Kelly, Constance Rizzo, jacqueline Davies, Roberta Hanna, Frank Morrissey, Patricia Foster, Elizabeth
Carl, Helen Darling, Mrs. Alice D. lirawn, Advisor, Second wuz' Ruth La Plante, Ronald Asprey,
Dominic Niklo, Mark Powers, jolm Olivia, Marie Perry, Katherine Rolfe, Rachel Ellsworth, Nancy
Sanford, Carol Harris, Mary jane Baker, Gertrude Chisholm, Mrs. Mary Sullivan, Advisor. Third
rnuu' Lois juergens, Marsha Dudley, Gail Clark. Mary Ellen Gaeta, Suzanne Davis, Grace McKay,
Cheryl Field, Margaret Morrison, julie Burke, jacqueline La Clair, janet Lee, Ruth Ann Dooley,
Nancy Conway. FIIIIYIIJ wuz' Bruce Heald, Ann Heffernan, Nancy Castelli, Patricia Murray, Sandra
Dc-Vaux, Lucy Wfarren, Mary Michelmore, I.ile Soldani, Arlene Gordon, Nancy Hoey, Eleanor Tracy,
Marjorie Peavey, jean MacKay, Helen Ridley, Beverly jones. Fifllw mum' Robert Cheyne, Bruce Davis,
Edward Guerrini, Thomas O'Donnell. Raymond Harler, john Crawford, Owen Forrest, john Aylward,
Lawrence liirkheck, Wilfrecl I-aPlante, Dale Comey, Craig Ringuette, joseph Metrano, Kenneth jolly.
Sixlb ruux' Robert Varnet, Francis l.aCivita. Rohert Hawkes. George Meekins, Henry Bowditch, Lloud
Childs, Charles Griffiths, lvor Reuter, Thomas Thurston, Richard Legg, john Shea, john Pawlak,
Thomas Lividoti, Thomas jones, Robert Shuker, Earl Wliite.
P1'e.riu'e111 . ...... .... j acqueline Davis
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Secr'elm'j' . ...... .. .... Roberta Hanna
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Mrs. Alice Brawn
Mrs. Mary Sullivan
FRE HMAN CLASS
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Fifi! wie, lefl In ri,qZvr.- Nanty Annon. Pamela Heaton, Dehorah Wills, Patritia Stevens, Mary
Doucette. Dorothy MatCormatk, Betty Lou Pyer, Mary Roehe, Dianne Duhe, Gail Fraser, ,lanite
Street, XX'endy Bowditth, Lynda Fmery, M11 Wfilliam Rex, advisor. Strand wuz' Patritia Randall,
Saundra Stevens, -loyee Henderson, Ivfary Ann Sullivan. Donna Field, hfarilyn Peters, Nanny
Shepardson, Nancy Blay. ,loyte Pearson, Lee Forrester, jean Kovitli. .ludith Marthand, joan l.aPlante.
Judith w'IAigl1f. Third micx' Betty Lou Groves, Gail Riehards, Judith Fleisthman, jean Calderwood,
Diana Allen. Ruth Sthmity, Floise Anderson, Barbara Dearhorn, Elivaheth Van Den Berghe, Sandra
Netver, Marsha Dadmun. Virginia Colhurn, Havel Fleming, Carol Melnis, Bonnie Martin, Rose Frler,
Judith Shepardson. Ifnznlfu mu? Brute Mason, Benjamin Brunell. james Foster, Erwin Klempner.
Donald Bosworth, Donald Riehards. Bruee Congdon, Ronald Gaumont, Peter Saparoff, David Sullivan,
Neil hfurphy, XX'inston Doore, Rohert XX'eatherhee, Thomas Milham, Dexter Crocker. Fjflb mu:
Paul Cooney, Stephen Emus, David Chisholm, james O'Donnell, Lee Belyea, Gordon Bennett. Brute
Rirhards, Bruce Bumpus, Rithard Baldwin, ,Iohn Nevers, Phillip Blay, Wfilliarn Brunnell, Vlohn
Cummings, Peter Congdon, joseph Goffinet, Rohr-rt Frye,
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Firrr mug leff fn vjglifg Mary Ann Blais, Lois Granahan, Brenda Clark, Karen Murray, Roger Hicks,
Robert Hitks, Gary Smith, Patritia Clark, Lurine Perkins, .Ioan Gallagher, Carol Ann Blais. Arlene
Thihodeau, Mr. Fdxvartl Drake, advisor. Sound wzix' Howard Morse. john Smith, David Harris,
Stanley Fverson, Stephen Holt, Joseph W'arren, Patricia O'Sullivan, Williziiii Cataloni, Robert Lucas,
Leonard Flolly. Peter Newell, Fdward O'Malley, Rohert Peavey, Wfarren lvfc'I.eod, Stephen Thiheault,
,lvlm Strung, Chester Stevenson, Kenneth Duke. Conrad Kaiser, Chandler Wells. Bernard Holinherg.
Brute Roberts. Stephan Hougham, Paul Fitrpatritk.
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Fifi! rou' left I0 right: William Davis, Wfilliam Crocker, Thomas O'Donnell, Lloyd Childs, james
O'Donnell, Francis Durham, Joseph Prew. Serwzd faux' Mr. Alvin Stewart, Coachg James Schromm.
Richard Davis, Donald Sloan, Leonard Noiles, Mr, William Toner. Coach.
From the first game in September to the Thanksgiving Game with Mansfield, the
Foxboro Warriors fought their hardest with determination and drive in spite of stren-
uous opposition. The team appreciated the support given it by the student body through-
out the season. The players were grateful for the opportunity to have been associated
with Coach Stewart and Coach Toner. It is hoped that the loss of the seniors will be offset
by new and enthusiastic candidates in the fall of 1957.
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Sthroinni, David Baker, Rithard Davis, Robert Hernhiad, Captaing Harold Xvhipp, james O'Donnell.
Mr. Wiliialiii Toner, Coathg XX'illiam Crocker. inanagerg Harold Tallinan. manager.
The 1957 Basketball team provided many exciting moments. The game with Mansfield
gave the trowd something to theer ahout when the Blue and Gold won hy a margin ot'
59-58. The games were enthusiastitally hatked by the sthool and townspeople. The
seniors who will graduate are as tiollowst Captain Rohert Hernhlad, Robert Guerrini.
Leonard Noiles, lfrantis Durham, and David Baker.
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SENIORS: Douglas Wade, Francis Durham, Mr. William Rex, Coach: Leonard Norles
Donald Sloan, Robert Guerrini.
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Under the able guidance of Mrs. Natalie McComb, the interest in Field Hockey has
reached a new peak. Competition with neighboring schools has been keen. Although
the games won did not exceed the games lost, the team has gleaned a higher ideal of
school sportsmanship. The lessons learned will be climaxed by 'more successful seasons.
Captain, Lynda Olsen, will be the only loss to the team.
Sealed, left lo right: Marsha Dudley, Mary Jane Baker, Lynda Olsen, Captain, Mary Michelmore,
Marie Perry, Gail Fraser. Standing: Judith Shepardson, Assistant Manager, Dawn Clark, Manager,
Mrs. Natalie McComb, Coach, janet Lee, Mary Ann Sullivan, Eloise Andersen, Carol McGinnis,
Betty Lou Pyer, Helen Ridley.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TE M
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As far as the annals of school history are concerned, the girls' basketball team had a
successful season because they twice defeated their rival, Mansfield High School. Co-
captains Mary Aimone and Priscilla Findley, together with Susan Carleton, Rita Giovino,
Helen Heffernan, and Lynda Olsen will be missing from next year's team. The outstand-
ing record of the j.V.'s season indicates their ability to form a strong nucleus for next
First row, left to riglalf Priscilla Findley, Co-captaing Mary Aimone, Co-captain. Second row: Mary
Jane Baker, janet Lee, jane Harnden, Helen Heffernan, Lynda Olsen, Susan Carleton, Linda Beggs,
Carol McGinnis, Priscilla Forbes, Rita Giovino. Third raw: Mrs. Natalie McComb, Coachg Judith
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Fin! row, lefi lo right: Francis Imbaro, janet Bryant, Neil Higgins, Steven Legg, Dorothy Mac-
Cormack, Richard Cheyne, Richard Stahnke, Richard Harpell, Peter Doiron, james Chilholm,
Frederick Longabard, Howard Morse. Second muu' Jay Turner, Nancy Blay, Ellen McSwain, Elsa
Meekins, Mary Ann Sullivan, Eloise Anderson, William Rider, joseph Cornell, Tyler Gault, Beverly
Jones, Sherwood Smith. Third f011'.' Phillip Blay, Barton Matthews, Ivor Reuter, Charles Griffiths,
Richard Cox, Robert Cheyne, john Crawford, Howard Shepardson, Peter Congdon, Thomas Burt.
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Guerrini, Lynda Olsen, Donald Sloan, Douglas Wade, john Schromm, Francis Durham. Mrs.
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llunticsx, Mr liiiliaril O'l,n-ary. ailvinorg Patrimia Clark, Xiwfuid mir: Namy Conway, blomvpli llllill-C'l'.
Neil licarcc, Douglas Xwailc, Daviil Chisholm, Davial Swicrk, llrufc Mason, licrnaril Holmlwcrg.
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SCIENCE A D EATHER CLUB
Fir-.ff row. lefl 10 figlyix Michael Green. john Smith, Mr. Samuel Cashman, Lewis Hatch, Alfred
LaValley. Stephen Holt. Served row: Kyle Donovan, Robert Lamson, john Kelly, Bruce Roberts.
Fu-,rr mug left lo figbl: Warren McLeod. joseph Goffinet. William Crocker. Patrick O'Sullir'an
David Harris. Mr. Leo Millea. advisor. Serena' wuz' Chester Svenson. Lee Belyea. Daniel Topping
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lfjrsl mir. lull In rlgbfx Riiharnl Murphy, Harvey Sallie, Daviil Sullivan, jack Randall, Lewis johnson.
Stffllld mia' Angelo Chinlc, arlxiswrg Raahcl lillsworth, Gcrtrunle Chisholm, Marilyn Peters, HL-lun
Riillcy, ,Ianct Congilun, XX'illiam MiNair. Nancy Castclli, jane Harmlen, Wfendy Bowditch, Marilyn
Iflwl mir. lift fu ulqlirx llt'Hl.llT1ll'l liiuncll. Norman Griw, 'lhumas Tliurston, Brine Cimgilun. l'utur
liailcy. blivfrzd mu, ,luhn llawlak, Mr. Thivmax Armstruniu. Advisor: Rinharil lialilwin, Dcxtei'
Firrl mug lefz lo righls Mr, Edward Drake, Advisor, joseph Warren, Mary Roche, Bernice Groce,
Lila Soldani, Maureen Kelly, Lucy Warren, Donald Kierstead, Nancy Annon. Sefmzd wuz' Mary
Doucette, Judith Smith, Patricia Randall, Cheryl Field, Virginia Colburn, jean MacKay, Chandler
Wells, Diana Allen, Stephanie DeHa1'o, Rita Grise, Helen Darling, Joyce Pearson, Gail Richards,
Saundra Stevens. Third wuz' Carol Ann Blais, Brenda Clark, Patricia Stevens. Diana Dube. Linda
Emery, Robert Hicks, Roger Hicks.
Le!! lo right: Richard Cutler, Leonard jolly, Owen Forrest, George Cook, Bruce Heald, Mr. Alvin
Pearlmutter. Advisor, Loyd Childs, George Meekins.
BOYS' ATHLETIC CLUB
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O'Donnell, Nllfilliam Cataloni, Edward O'Malley, Frank Flagg, Robert Guerrini, Kenneth jolly. Serond
wuz' Karl Dadmun, Ray Harler, 'Thomas O'Donne:ll, David Baker, Richard Legg, Francis Durham,
Donald Sloan, Edward Guerini.
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Fnxfl mug lvfl to fighls Arlene Thibodeau, Grace McKay, Rita Giovino, Priscilla Finclley, Helen
Heffernan, Bonnie Martin, Gail Frazer. Sewna' faux' Mfr. Natalie McComb, advisor, Marsha Dudley,
Sandra Netzer, Elizabeth Van Den Berghe, Hazel Fleming, Rose Erler, Janice Street, Lee Forrester.
JU 1011 RED CROSS
Fimz row, left to right: Russell Milham, Mary jane Baker, Betty Lou Pyer, Patricia Sweet, Mary
Aimone, Louise Hatch, Bernice Silva, Judy Shepardson, Mrs. Mary Sullivan, Advisor. Serorzd row:
Helen O'Sullivan. Patricia Studley, Roberta Hanna, Katherine Pignato, judith Sullivan, Dianne
juergens, Marie Perry, Gail Landry, Harold Tallman, Third row: Carole Parker, Donna Field, Louis
juergens, Anne Parkhill, Sandra Dolan, Margeret Webb, Judith Fleiscman, Cathy Rolfe.
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Fifrl row, reated: Mr. Gildo DiLoret0, Advisor, Abigail Guild, Eleanor Tracy, Eileen O'Hara, Mary
Michelmore, Patricia O'Sullivan, Marilyn Andrews, Lorencita Coulombe, Dorothy Birkbeck. Second
row: jean Calderwood, Helen O'Sullivan, Dorothy La Plante, Valerie Jones, jacquiline LeClair, Paul
Cutler, jack Randall, Berton Anthony, Viola Davies, Ruth La Plante, jerusha Ellsworth, Mary Daler,
Dawn Clark. Third row: Patricia Kaiser, janet Harris, Priscilla Forbes, Nancy Shepardson, Betty Lou
Groves, Carol Meekins, Elizabeth Chisholm, Dorothy Harris.
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'Ihomax Armstrong. atlviaor.
Lvl! ro riglzlx Bcrnitc Grote. Mary Aimonc, Lynda Olscn, Susan Carleton, Rita Giovino, Mr, Howard
Husth, Advisorg Mr. Angelo Chuck, Advisorg Patricia Swcct, Annu Donovan, Louisa- Hatch, Sandra
Dolan. Dawn Clark,
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Roufe IO6 Soufh Foxboro, Mass. YARN 8K GIFT SHOPPE
l80 No. Main Sf. Mansfield, Mass
COmP'imen+S of FINDLEY'S MARKET
LAWTONIS 90 Soufh Main Sf. Mansfield
Norfh Foxboro Mass. Tel. 540
THE LITTLE SHOP
H EARN'S DAIRY
HAN NA'S RESTAU RANT
RouI'e I Wrenfham
FOXBORO ESSO STATION
Rou'I'e I Foxboro, Mass.
MODERN HOME PRODUCTS
Roufe I WrenI'I1am, Mass.
I2I No. Main S+. Mansfield, Mass
Mn.ADY's C I ,
Park Sh-ed ongraI'u ahons From
SILLMAN'S SHOE STORE
43 Park S+. ATTLEBORO. MASS.
NATHAN -S. EMERY
BRUNELLI'S SUPER MARKET
HOWARD E. NEWTON
Congrafulaiions +o 'rhe Graduafing Class of '57 From
W. H. RILEY 8: SON. INC.
NORTH ATTLEBORO TAUNTON ATTLEBORO
MY 5-939l VA 2-I282 I-0402
THE MANSFIELD BLEACHERY
THE STAR HALFBACK OF
FOXBORO HIGH SCHOOL
Lawnmower Sales and Service
6 BasseH S+.
Dogs and Cafs Boarded
BATHING - CLIPPING
Dachshund Puppies for Sale
Rouie I06 KI. 32426 Foxboro
MUSTO'S BEAUTY SHOP
DR. E. M. PLONOWSKI
Mansfield Mass. 9 Mechanic SI-
Complimenfs of Open All Year KI. 3-2334
A 81 B AUTO SALES
Iand Service S+a1'ionI
Nor'II1 Sfreei and RouI'e I
THE RED FOX MOTEL
U. S. Rouie I and Sfafe 40
Midway Befween Bosfon and
Easfern Mofel Ass'n Duncan Hines
souTH Foxaono Foxaono MASS
P E h
E 1' C 1' I Sfreei R+. I40 Franklin, M huseifs
OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. - 7 P.M. TEL. 800-W
I.. J. CATALDO COMPANY
Sui+s, Topcoafs, Spori' Coafs, Furnishings, Spor+ing Goods
FRANKLIN, MASS FOXBORO MASS
BIRD MACHINE COMPANY
SOUTH WALPOLE MASSACHUSETTS
Your Fufure Home Agen+s
FOXBORO REAL ESTATE
JAMES J. PUTNAM, M.D.
PALMER HOT TOP DRIVEWAYSI
Forresf F. Palmer, 4I Cliesfnuf Sfreef
LE DOR JEWELRY CO.
N. Washingfon Sf., Rf. I
I Mile From Bay Sfafe Raceway
U. S. Roufe I
Grasso and A. Grasso Foxboro, Mass
SUNNYSIDE SERVICE STATION
U. S. Roufe I af Norfl1 Sfreef
Tel. Wal. 568l
Roufe I Norfl1 Affleboro, Mass.
CANDELA POULTRY FARM
Poulfry and Eggs
FISHES' GENERAL STORE
Cocassef Sf. Foxboro, Mass. Cheswmuaf S+. Foxbo,-0
Open Wed. and Fri. Unfil 9
Daily From 9 - 5
MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS NARDELLI
42 Cenfral Sf. Foxboro, Mass.
Morris Rankin, Prop.
RED WING DINER
Roufe I, Walpole, Mass.
Pina Ifalian Food
GREEN HILL RESTAURANT
Roufe II5 Norfolk, Mass.
GEORGE'S CLEANING SERVICE
SULLlVAN'S DONUT SHOP
THE TRADING POST
Complimenfs of FlNDLEY'S MARKET
GAYLON BEAUTY SALON 90 Soufh Main Sf.
Cocassef Sf. Foxboro Mansfield, Mass.
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6 - Q GRADUATES..
Wm for success and
5' happiness Through
' h year To come.
I W 2 Your Elecmc Servonl
WORCESTER COUNTY ELECTRIC COMPANY
Part of New Engl d Electric System
M. E. HICKS AN'D SON, INC.
THE SERVICE COMPANY
OLD CORNER STORE
Wines - Liquors-Beer
50 Cen+raI S+ree'r
FOXBORO BARBER SHOP
66 Ceniral S+. Foxboro
ORVILLE'S NEWS STORE
EDDIE'S BARBER SHOP
A Foxboro Massachuseifs
U. S. RouIe I .
sourr-1 WALPOLE MASSACHUSETTS THRIFT MOTORS
Telephone Monirose 8-l3I0
Open AII Year Round
Air ConcIi'rionecI Foxboro Mass,
MARIO DE CRISTOFARO
DEVINE'S MOTOR SALES
Sales and Service
IZ3 MAIN STREET TEL. KI 3-5495 FOXBORO, MASSACHUSETTS
ALWAYS A BOAT SHOW
Johnson Oufboard Mo+ors
WAREHAM MARINE 81 SUPPLY, INC.
Roufe 28 Wareham. Mass.
P ge Eighty-seven
STAN'S AUTO ELECTRIC
250 Cen'IraI SI'ree'I'
FRANCIS A. BURNS. M.D.
AND MOTOR COURT
RouI'e I Sharon, MassacI1use'Hs
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC
Garfield S+. Foxboro
BAY STATE DRUG STORE
W. J. O'ReiIIy, B.S., and
J. K. O'ReiIIy, B.S.
Cenfral and SOLIII1 Sireefs
BEL-MAR BEAUTY SALON
VINCENT'S BEAUTY SALON
Foxboro Massachusei-Is Foxboro Massachuseifs
HEATON S FOXBQRO
Foxboro MassacI1useH's 5 '
HILLTOP TRAILER COURT
FOXBORO CASH STORE
ELLIS F. BROWN
DR. SHERWOOD W. STEERE
DON CURRIVAN AGENCY
Insurance of All Kinds
68 Cenfral Sf. Foxboro
K" 343040 Foxboro MassacI1use++s
"Firs1' in Savings, Unsurpassed
OUlMET'S DRUG STORE ED PEAVEY'S
HIGH ST. FOXBORO, MASS.
Congrafulafions To The Class of '57 From
FOXBORO SAVINGS BANK
ELLIOT M. GOVE. INC.
Plumbing and Heating
za SHERMAN STREET Foxsoko. MASSACHUSETTS
Class of I957
SMITH'S SERVICE STATION
GRACE E. DONOVAN
en+raI Sf. Foxboro, Mass.
FRANCIS E. LEBARON, M.D.
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FOXBORO COAL COMPANY
29 WALL STREET KI 35336 Eoxsono MASSACHUSETTS
ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME
30 SOUTH STREET KI 3-547I FOXBORO MASSACHUSETTS
EPICURE PACKAGE STORE
FOXBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT
THE LITTLE SHOP
Complimen+s of Complimen+s of
A FRIEND A FRIEND
Complimen+s of Complimen+s of
HEAD-lN DINER GAARD MOTEL
RlCCO'S BARBER SHOP Bes+ Wishes +0 +he Class of l957
3II Norfh Main S+ree+ WILLIAM T. MACALONEY
MANSFIELD Mas+er Elec+rician
I50 Mechanic S+. Foxboro
ROSE GARDEN CompIimen+s of
Mansfield Mass. MOORES
32 Cen+ral S+. I8 School S+.
New EngIand's Larges+ School Pho+ographers
We Salu+e You
Congra+ula+ions and +he bes+ of luclc. We a+ Lorings are proud of +he par+ we
have had in helping +o malre your class bool: a permanen+ reminder of your
school years, recording wi+h pho+ographs one of +he happies+ and mos+ exci+ing
'limes of your life. We hope +ha+, ius+ as you have chosen us as your class pho-
+ographer, you will con+inue +o +hink of Loring S+udios when you wan+ pho+ographs
+o help you remember o+her momen+ous days +o come. When you choose Loring
por+rai+s, you are sure of +he fines+ craf+smanship a+ +he mos+ moderaie prices.
,Wx ""' ' "' re- ,.
The rapid growth of automation in virtually
every industry during the past few years has
raised productive efficiency to a level un-
dreamed of a decade ago. And the trend con-
tinues toward even greater automaticity . . .
toward the completely automatic plant.
To this tremendous technological advance.
Foxboro brings more than 40 years of creative
engineering experience in measurement and
automatic control. In every phase of manufac-
ture, Foxboro Instruments are stepping up
' "Giant Step"
efficiency . . . wrestinq richer yields of high
quality products from lower grade raw mate
rials . . . assuring safer, lower-cost operations
. . . maintaining higher accuracy.
To widen the future scope ot automation
Foxboro is constantly designing and developing
even more-advanced instruments . . . instrut
ments that will set and maintain the efficiency
standards ot tornorrow's industry.
THE FOXBORO COMPANY
for process control
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