Foxboro High School - Red Fox Yearbook (Foxboro, MA)
- Class of 1959
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THE RED FOX
THE SENIOR CLASS
FOXBORO HIGH SCHOOL
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In appreciaTion, vve, The Class of 1959, dedicaTe This, The 22nd ediTion
of The Red Fox To Mrs. Mary Sullivan.
As our class advisor for Three years, you have shown your sincere in-
TeresT in us, boTh as individuals and as a class. You have given willingly
many hours of your Time To help us in our exTracurricular acTiviTies. You
have been paTienT and undersTanding when we were wrong and have
given encouragemenT when iT was needed nnosT.
And so To you, Mrs. Sullivan, wiTh much graTiTude, we dedicaTe This
ediTion of The Red Fox.
There is much in the world for you as seniors to look for-
ward to with great optimism. Probably the greatest source
of optimism is the freeing of nations that for many years
have been under the domination of stronger nations, or the
freeing of the masses in countries where a dominate ruling
class has held them in serfdom. This is a long slow process
and has been going on for many years. More recently the
movement has seemed to accelerate. This is good.
At the same time there is the danger that some of the
new nations or released people may fall under the influence
of others who in the guise of helping actually do much harm.
It would seem to be our responsibility as educated, think-
ing citizens to be aware of the good things that are happen-
ing and also of the bad things that can happen and exert
ourselves toward peace and freedom for all nations and all
THE SCHOOL COMMITEE
Mrs. Raymond Heffron, Nlr. Allan Catheron, Mr. Charles Taylor, Mr. Gerard Kennedy, Chairman, Mr. J.
Loyd Hayden, Mrs. Lawrence Powers.
Students are sometimes puzzled because after twelve long
years of study they have commencement exercises-since com-
mencement means the beginning!
Today, a high school education can truly be said to be
only a beginning-the beginning of preparation to a more
advanced educational training.
Once a high school diploma was ample to earn a liveli-
hood for a great number of people. But times are changing
-with the advent of automation and the electronic age even
a college diploma has become commonplace and not a guar-
antee to success.
Specialization is the key to the future in all fields of en-
deavor. Therefore, at commencement each of you must have
set your eyes on educational and career, goals which lie be-
yond high school if you are to be successful in a fast chang-
Know your goal and then make your plans on how you
will achieve it. This will be your commencement on the road
H. W. WARD
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL S
lt is always difficult to put into words any thoughts that
might, in some small way, benefit graduating Seniors. How-
ever, I hope that you give some consideration to the follow-
ing: as you face the problems which we all meet in life,
you will come upon two possible methods of solution. You
may be swayed too much by your emotions, lose your temper,
and attempt to use force or to evade the issue. This course
will only result in frustration and unhappiness. lf, on the
other hand, you face your difficulties with obiectivity, and
analyze them carefully, you will find real satisfaction in over-
coming these obstacles. '
It is easy to be gracious and charming as long as all goes
smoothly, but it is the difficulties and the manner in which
you overcome them that will reveal your true personality.
We hope that what you have learned in the public schools
of Foxboro will help you to achieve a better life.
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CO-EDITORS: Mary Jane Baker, Mary Michelmore
Lila Solclani, Co-Editor
Robert Shuker, Co-Eolifor
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MRS. DORIS SULLIVAN
MR. CONRAD PENSAVALLE
U. S. History, Problems of
MR. THOMAS ARMSTRONG
Algebra, Plane Geometry
MRS, GLADYS BEERS
MR. EDWARD SHEEHAN
Mechanical Drawing, Inclus-
MRS. HELEN LIPNER
MR. SAMUEL CASHMAN
General Science, Physics
Mies. MARY SULLIVAN trial Arts MRS- AUC? BRAWN
Commercial Subjects l-elm' En9l'5h
MR. ROBERT DOLLOEE -,-:ga .5
MRS. MILDRED HART
MR. STEVEN LEVANITIS and
MR. BERRYMAN MINAH
MRS. BETTE GLOBUS
MR. VERNON OLDHAM
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MISS JANE KEATING
U. S. History, English
MRS. MARJORY HARRING-
TON and MRS. PRISCILLA
MR. ALVIN PEARLMUTTER MORTON
MR. THOMAS HUGHES
Civics, World History Home Economics Economics, WOfld HISIOVY
.r is-if I S
MISS HELEN HENRY
MR. ALVIN BALL
MISS ANNA DIVITTORIO
M u s i c Appreciation, Glee
MRS. NATALIE McCOMB
Girls' Physical Educafion
MR. WILLIAM TONER
Boys' Physical Education
MR. ALVIN STEWART
Boys' Physical Educafion
Mies. MILDRED coYNE
MR. EDWARD KAUNEU5 ff MRS. MARJORIE McALONEY
Shop Math Secretary
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President S, ,S
Treasurer ,, 7
TERRY DURNING ADKINS
102 South Street College
Terry . . . Sweet and charming . . . "Really?" . . . Oh, those parties! .' . . True
Polygon . . . Jennifer . . . College
From Hamilton Central High School, N. Y., 2. Glee Club 2, Prom Committee 3,
Yearbook Staff Business Manager 4, Driver Training 3, Social Committee 3, News-
paper Club 3, 4, President 3, Science Fair 3, Senior Play 4, AA Member 3, 4, An-
nouncements 4, Assembly Participation 4
RONALD WALLACE ASPRAY
28 Lakeview Road Industrial Arts
"Ashtray" . . . Quiet and red hair . . . Norwood Arena . . . Cars . . . Lunch
box . . . "Oh, to own a brand new Plymouth" . . . Automotives
Industrial Arts Club, Secretary 4, Assembly Participation 4
PETER GLEN BAILEY
53 Cocasset Street College
"Beetles" . . A twinkle in his eye . . . "WouId you please repeat that?" . . .
Love that cackle . . . "How Great Thou Art" . . . College
Math Club, Vice-President 2, Chemistry Club 3, Student Council 4,-Drivers' Education
45 Yearbook Staff 4, Assembly Participation 4, Typing Award 17 AA Member 3.
MARY JANE BAKER
9 Maple Place College
Mary Jane . . . Cute and blonde . . . All those A'sl . . . "But, I like being smalll"
. . . True Polygon . . . Pembroke
Field Hockey FTL l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Basketballl, FTL 2, 3, Honor Roll
l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Women's Club Honorary Membership 2, 3,
Social Committee l, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Ring Committee 2, Girls' State
Delegate 3, FHA l, Junior Red Cross 2, Cremistry Club 3, Art Club 4, Athletic
Association Council 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Office Secretary l, 2, Distribution of
Diplomas 3, Driver Education 3, Yearbook Co-Editor 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, lst
Prize 3, MIT Science Fair 3rd Award 3, Senior Play 4, Assembly Participation 3, 4,
DAR Good Citizenship Award 4
JOAN EDNA BEAUREGARD
219 Cocasset Street Commercial
Joan . . . Pleasant and full of fun . . . "Devoted" . . . Loves to dance . . .
"Let's gol" . . . Secretary
ber 4, Pep Squad 4, Driver Education 3
LAWRENCE RAYNOR BIRKBECK
3 Thurston Street Industrial Arts
Larry . . . Dark wavy hair . . . Distinguished pipe . . . "Doesn't that grab ya?"
. . . Good head for figures . . . Air Force
Honor Roll l, 4, Prom Committee 3, Athletic Association, Treasurer 4, Yearbook Staff
4, Business Managers Club 4, Social Committee 2, 4, Driver Education 4
Arr Club 1, 2, Newspaper Club 4, Yearbook staff 4, Typing Award 2, 3, AA Mem-
JANET ELLEN BRIMNER
92 North Street College and Business
Jan . . . Neat and petite . . . Such nice clothes . . . "Love is a Many Splendored
Thing" . . . "Doesn't That Get You!" . . . Medical Secretary
Student Council I, Social Committee I, 2, 3, 4, FI'A, Secretary 2, 3, Ring Committee
2, French, Secretary 3, Prom Committee 3, Drivers' Education 3, Yearbook Staff 4,
Newspaper 2, 4, Office Girl 4, Assembly Participation 4
JULIE ANN BURKE
332 Central Street Commercial
Julie . . . Such a pretty smile . . . Singing . . . "Treasure of Your Love" . . .
Newspaper Deadlines . . . Airline Hostess
Dramatic Club l, 4, Glee Club 3, Fox Tox, Editor-in-Chief 4, Driver Education 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Typing Awards 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, National Library
Week Winner 3, Reader's Digest Honor 3, Assembly Participation 4
BETTIE ANN CARL
155 East Street Commercial
Bettie . . . Quiet and pleasant . . . Homework . . . Typing . . . Sewing . . .
"l Don't Know" . . . "lt's Only Make Believe" . . . Secretary
FHA I, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Typing Award 3, Assembly Participation 4
NANCY DELORES CASTELLI
430 South Street
"Nan" . . . Shy and quiet . . . Loves to draw . . . "Gee Win" . . . "My True
Love" . . . Loves to dance . . . Secretary
Art'Club I, 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 4, Prom Committee 3, Social Committee
1, 2, 3, 4, Typing Awards 2, 3
ROBERT BRUCE CHEYNE
230 Main Street College
Bob . . . Tall and blonde . . . Cool trumpet . . . "That'a the way it goes." . . .
"Moonglow" . . . Gentleman Farmer
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Council 3, Science Fair l, 3, 4, Driver Education 3, Music
Activities Club Award 3
472 South Street Industrial Arts
"Fuzzy" . . . Tall and handsome . . . Football . . . Red and white bug . .
"Oh, those muscles!" . . . Courteous . . . Farming
Football l, FTL 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Cl1ef's Club 3, Varsity Club 4,
Proiectors Club 2
GAIL ELNORA CLARK
11 Centennial Street Commercial
"Pinkie" . . . Blonde and pretty . . . Pete . . . "May You Always" . . . Gondola
. . . "UnbearabIe!" . . . Hairdresser
Newspaper 2, 4, Art Club 3, Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3,
Yearbook Staff, Advertising Manager 4, Typing Award 2, 3, 4, Driver's Education
2, Homeroom Business Manager 1, Glee Club 1, Assembly Participation 4
JOSEPH FREDERICK PATRICK CONNELL
202 Central Street Industrial Arts
"Joey" . . . Good dancer . . . Oh, that Buick . . . Drums and Gene Krupa . . .
Lila . . . "Think You're Funny, Bunny?" . . . State Police Ot"Fioer
Pnoiectors Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4, Band Council
3, 4, Student Selectman, Student Govemment Day 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Football 2,
Assembly Participation 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Senior Play 4, Social Committee
1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Prom Prince 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatics Club,
NANCY ANN CONWAY
225 Main Street Cgmmercial
"Nan" . . . Such a sparkling smile . . . Letter writing . . . Our peppiest cheer-
leader . . . Joe . . . Hairdresser
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Softball FTL 1, 2, 3, 4, AA Council, Secretary
3, 4, Prom Committee, Co-Chairman 3, Assembly Participation 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff, Photography Editor 4, Social Committee 1, 2, 3, Newspaper Club, President 4,
FHA 1, Student Council 2, Art Club 3, Typing Award 2, 3, Prom Princess 3, Senior
Play 4, Monitor 2, Honor Roll 4, Cheerleaders Club 2, 3
JOHN HENRY CRAWFORD
Leonard Street College
John . . . Blonde and good looking . . . Skin diving . . . "What a brain" . . .
Lunch Period . . . College
Band i, 2, 3, 4, Band Council 3, Assembly Participation i, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll
1, 2, Uniform Manager, Band
HELLEN LOUISE DARLING
6 Bassett Street Commercial
Hellen . . . Red hair and a friendly smile . . . POD class . . . "You Cheated"
. . . Richie . . . Salesgirl
FHA 1, Dramatica 2, Typing Award 3, Newspaper 4, Assembly Participation i, 3, 4
BRUCE HERBERT DAVIS
29 Carpenter Street Commercial
Bruce . . . Courteous and quiet . . . Dancing . . . Senior class . . . "My True
Love" . . . Homework . . . Navy
Science Fair i, 2, Art 4, Assembly Participation 4
184 Chestnut Street Commercial
"Susie" . . . Long hair and blue eyes . . . Edsel . . . Roller-skating . . . "Forget
Me Not" . . . Secretary
FHA 1, Newspaper Club 3, Art Club 4, Typing Award 2, 3, Field Hockey 2,
Yearbook Stat'-f 4, Senior Play 4, Driver Education 4, Fashion Show 'l, Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4
SANDRA JEAN DE VAUX
3 Church Street Commercial
"Sandy" . . . Sophisticated brunette . . . "Good, old freshman year" . . . "It's
Almost Tomorrow" . . . At the cleaner's with Pat . . . Air Line Hostess
Glee Club 1, Maiorette 1, Cheerleader 2, Class Ring Committee 2, Prom Committee
3, Art Club 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Squad Leader 4, Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4,
Decorations Chainnan 4, Assembly Participation 4, Fashion Show 1, Student Govem-
ment Day 'l, Drivers' Education 4
MARSHA JOAN DUDLEY
233 Main street Commercial
"Marty" . . . Pretty blonde hair . . . Swimming . . . "Everybody Loves a Lover"
. . . Lifeguard . . . Waves
Typing Award 3
Glee Club 1, Athletic Club 2, 4, Business Manager 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4:
RACHEL ABIGAIL ELLSWORTH
44 Granite Street College
"Rae" . . . Capable and courteous . . . Decoration Committees . . . Animals
. . . "That's the breaks" . . . Stardust . . . Artist
Art Club l, 2, ,3, 4, Honor Roll i, 2, 3, 4, Driver-Education 3, Math Award 3,
Prom Committee, Co-Chaimwan Decoration 3, Yearbook, Art Editor 4, Social Com-
mittee i, 2, 3, AA Member 3, 4, Museum Art Classes 3, Mass. School of Art
Classes 4, Senior Play 4
CHERYL ANN FIELD
9 Glenwood Avenue College Course
"Cherry" . . . Quiet and always a smile . . . Homework . . . "For Goodness Sakes"
FHA I, Home Ec Club 1, Dramatic Club 2, Typing Award 2, 4, Chemistry Club 3,
Newspaper Club 4, Prom Decorating Committee 3, Driver Education 3, Yearbook
Staff 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Athletic Association 3
OWEN MANUEL FORREST
12 Morse Place Industrial Arts
Owen . . . "Hot dog?" . . . Shop class . . . "Sweet Little Sixteen" . . . Hot
Lunches . . . Air Force
Proiector Club 1, 2, 3, President 4, Social Committee 2, 4, Assembly Participation 4
JOHN CHARLES GALLAGHER
214 Ntaln Street General
"Johnny" . . . Tall and good looking . . . Football . . . "Five more plays" . . .
"Don't Be Cruel" . . . State Policeman
Football 2, FTL 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Chef's Club 3, Driver Education 3
JOHN MICHAEL GREEN
223 East Street College
"Mike" . . . Good worker . . . Bashful and courteous . . . Nature lover . . .
Study forestry at Stockbridge
Science and Weather Club 1, 2, Science Fair 1, Chemistry Club 3, Driver Education 4
CHARLES ROBERT GRIEFITHS
34 Union Street College
"Chas" . . . Tall and handsome . . . Trumpet player . . . Trig whiz . . . "How
Great Thou Art" . . . Basketball . . . Electrical Engineer
Basketball l, 2, FTL 3, 4, Baseball 2, FTL 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3:
Chemistry Club 3, Athletic Club 4, Varsity Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 41
Driver Education 3, Science Fair 'l, 2, University of Massachusetts Mathematics Club
County Street General
"Eddie" . . . A grin and twinkling brown eyes . . . North Attleboro . . . Girlsl
. . . Prom Prince . . . Undecided
Baseball 1, Prom Prince 3, Athletics Club 2, 3, Ring Committee 2, Chef's Club 4
ROBERTA LOUISE HANNA
l4l Central Street College
"Bobbie" . . . Cute and friendly . . . Party girl . . . Dancing . . . "Who, me?"
. . . True Polygon . . . College
FHA I, Student Council 1, Science Fair, lst Prize l, Student Selectman I, Junior
Red Cross 2, Ring Committee 2, Business Manager 3, Newspaper Club, Assistant
Editor 3, Driver Education 3, Prom Committee 3, Talent Show 3, 4, Art Club 4,
Modem Dance 4, Yearbook Staff, Subscription Editor 4, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4,
Social Committee 2, 3, Office Secretary 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, 4, AA
Member 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, 3, 4, Announcements 4, Senior Play 4, Assembly
Participation 3, 4
CAROL ANN HARRIS
43 East Street Commercial
"Pixie" . . . Short and full of f
get out of here" . . . Secretary
Dramatic Club 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Art Club 4, Typing Award 3, 4
un . . . Typing class . . . Lunch period . . . "Oh,
ROBERT LINCOLN HAWKES
29 Palmer Road College
"The Blob" . . . Tall and solid . . . Fast cars . . . Sharp dresser . . . "The Twelfth
of Neveif' . . . College
Student Council 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, Football 3, 4, Driver Education 3, Prom
Committee 3, Science Fair 3, 4, Chemistry Award 3
BRUCE KEITH HEALD
'lO'l Summer Street General
"Hill Billy" . . . Railroads . . . "That's Life!" . . . Going to Easton . . . Stockbridge
Athletic Council 3, 4, Proiectors Club 3, Business Managers Club 4
ANN ELIZABETH HEFFERNAN
364 South Street Commercial
Ann . . . Attractive green-eyed brunette . . . Pep Squad . . . "Oh, those embarrassing
moments in Mr, Pensavalle's class!" . . . "Because of You" . . . Eating . . . Secretary
Glee Club T, Social Committee 2, 4, Prom Committee 3, Junior Prom Hostess I,
Art Club 3, Driver Education 3, Pep Squad 4, Typing Award 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff,
Treasurer 4, Assembly Participation 4
NANCY JANE HOEY
I4 Cocasset Street Commercial
"Nan" . . . Friendly and gay . . . Dislikes conceited boys . . . Goofing off . . .
Dates . . . "I wish" . . . Telegraph Operator
Meiorette lg Prom Committee 35 Cheerleader 25 Cheerleaders Club 1, 25 Typing
Award 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Club 3, 45 Drivers Education 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Social
Committee I, 2, 45 Senior Play 4
JEANNE BARBARA JETTE
19 Foxhill Road Commercial
"Jeannie" . . . Cute and blonde . . . Baby sitting down Bunny's . . . Hot rodders
. . . "Temper, temper" . . . Secretary
Transferred from D.A., Fall River in 25 Dramatics Club 25 FTA 35 French Club 35
AA Member 45 Assembly Participation 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Drivers Education 35
Social Committee 3, 4
KENNETH PAUL JOLLY
15 Community Way Industrial Arts
Butch . . . Cute and quiet . . . Star halfback . . . "Oh, those muscles" . . . Sports
. . . Undecided
Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 45 Athletic Club l, 2, 35 Chef Club 45 AA Council 3, 4
BEVERLY LOU ISE JONES
15 Leonard Street College
Jonesie . . . A smile and a hi! . . . Football games . . . Comey's . . . How Great
Thou Art . . . "Oh! Drat." . . . Teacher
Softball FTL 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band President 4, Science Fair 3rd Prize 1,
Driver Education 3, FTA 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3
LOIS ANN JUERGENS
24 Pine Acres Road College
Lo . . . Smart, shy, and pretty . . . "Oh, those social committees" . . . Battle
Hymn of the Republic . . . Bombing around with Rachel . . . College
Honor Roll Award 1, 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Art Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Alternate
for Girls' State 3, Prom Committee, Publicity Chairman 3, Science Fair, Honorable
Mention 3, Office Secretary 4, Drivers' Education 3, Typing Award 2, Yearbook
Staff 4, Senior Play 4
MAUREEN ELIZABETH KELLY
30 Meadowview Road Home Economics
Mo . . . Always smiling . . . Home Ec class . . . "What a riot!" . . . "Love Me
Tender" . . . The only girl in POD . . . Dietician
FHA Treasurer 1, Dramatics Club Treasurer 2, Art Club 3, 4, Driver Education 3,
Prom Committee 3, Yearbook Staff 4
JANET ELAINE LEE
281 Cocasset Street Commercial
"Leezy" . . Cheerful and energetic . . . Sports . . . "Silhouettes" . . . Mansfield
. . . Airline Reservationist
Class President l, Class Treasurer 4, Student Council I, Treasurer 3, Athletic Ad-
visory Council 4, AA Council 4, Typing Award 2, 3, Softball FTL 1, 2, Basketball FTL
l, 2, 3, Field Hockey FTL I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Office Secretary l, Athletic Club 4, Junior
Social Chain-nan 3, Varsity Club 4, Assembly Participation 4
RICHARD ARTHUR LEGG
5 Meedowview Road General
"Leggsy" . . . Tall and dark . . . "Eat Your Heart Outl" . . . Pleasing personality
. . . U.S.A.F. Pilot
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Driver Education 3, AA 3, 4,
Honor Roll 3, Prom Committee 3
THOMAS FRANCIS LIVIDOTI
296 Central Street General
Tom . . Tall, blond and cute . . . "Foul Youl" . . . What a clown . . . "Devoted
to Me" . . . Outstanding personality . . . Undecided
Transferred from Cambridge I, AA 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Driver
Education 4, Athletic Club 4, Yearbook Staff, Boys' Sports Editor 4, Athletic Advisory
Council 4, Honor Roll 3, Prom Committee 3 ,
PATRICK ALBERT LYONS
25 Spring Street College
"Pat" . . . Red hair and fun loving . . . Boston Symphony . . . Green thumb . . .
Violin . . . College
All-State Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, School Orchestra I, 2, 3, Driver Education 37 Math
Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Assembly Participation 'l, 4
ELSA RUTH MEEKINS
288 Central Street College
"Squeeks" . . . Slender and cheerful . . . Clarinets and band . . . Math brain . . .
"Beans" . . . Giggles . . . Teacher
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 'l, 25 Yearbook Staff 4, Social Com-
mittee 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Assembly Participation 4
JOSEPH JOHN METRANO
168 Main Street Industrial Arts
"Joe" . . . Dark and handsome . . . Pat . . . Fords . . . Money . . . "Aloody"
. . . "Chantily Lace" . . . Undecided
Chef's Club 3, Assembly Participation 47 Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 47 Prom Com-
MARY ELIZABETH MICHELMORE
6 Woodland Road College
"Mitch" . . . Tall, blonde and pretty . . . Always busy . . . "Oh darnl" . . .
Taking the cello to Boston . . . True polygon . . . College
Field Hockey FTL l, 2, 35 Social Committee 1, 2, 35 Prom Decoration Chairman 35
Glee Club,2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society
3, 45 Yearbook Staff, Co-Editor 45 AA Council 35 Talent Show 35 Science Fair 3, 45
Girls' Chorus 45 All-State Orchestra 3, 45 District Orchestra 45 AA Member 3, 45
Office Secretary 15 Senior Play 45 Assembly Participation 3, 45 Chemistry Club 35
Business Manager 4
FRANK NEAL MORRISSEY
355 Central Street College
"Frankie" . . . Cute and personable . . . "OK Fellas" . . . Baseball . . . Every-
body's Favorite . . . College
ProIector's Club 15 Science Fair 'l5 Basketball 25 Class Treasurer l, 25 Ring Com-
mittee 25 Prom Committee 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Student Government Representative
45 Driver Education 45 AA Member 3, 4
MARGARET CYNTHIA MORRISON
325 Central Street Commercial
"Marg" . . . Beautiful eyes and a cute smile . . . Mansfield . . . Prettiest member
of class of '59 . . . Riding around . . . Secretary
Student Council, Secretary 25 Class Treasurer 35 Typing Award 3, 45 Prom Com-
mittee 35 Newspaper Club, Treasurer 45 Drivers Education 35 Social Committee 45
Office Secretary 35 Assembly Participation 4
PATRICIA IRENE MURRAY
9 Community Way Commercial
Pat . . . Blue-eyed blonde . . . The cleaners . .
. Billy . . . Always a smile . . .
Sofia' Commlffee l, 2, 3, 4: NeWSPaper Club 2, 4, Ring Committee 3, Prom
Committee 3, Prom Princess 3, Yearbook Staff, Typing Editor 4, Typing Awards
2, 3, Assistant Field Hockey Manager 1, Honor Roll 4, AA Member 2, 3, Class
Play 4, Assembly Participation 4
KENNETH LEE O'BRlEN
179 Mechanic Street College
Ken . . . Tall and good-looking . . . Four letter man . . . Susie . . . Camping
out with the boys . . . College
Football 2, FTL 3, 4, Baseball 1, FTL 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, FTL 3, 4, Track 2,
3, 4, Chef's Club 3, Class Vice-President 4, Prom Prince 3, Athletic Association,
President 3, AA Council 3, Prom Committee Chairman 3, Social Committee 1, 2,
3, 4, Student Council 4, Athletic Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Driver Education 4,
Science Fair i, Assembly Participation 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Student Government
THOMAS RAYMOND O'DONNELL
281 Central Street Industrial Arts
Tom . . . Big and muscular . . . "Clancy Lowered the Boom" . . . Green and
white Pontiac . . . Football . . . Millionaire
Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, AA Vice-
President 3, Assembly Participation 4
JOHN PATRICK OLIVIER
282 Mechanic Street
"Johnny" . . . Witty and dependable . . . '51 Merc . . . Flashy sh'rts . . . "l
own the Big 'M' " . . . State Trooper
Art Club 2, Science Fair ly Music Appreciation 3, Chef's Club 3: Typing Award
2, 37 Assembly Participation 4
PATRICIA MARIA O'SULLlVAN
95 East Street Commercial
Pat . . . Easy to get along with . . . "You don't say" . . . Russ . . . Likes
everything . . . Undecided
Glee Club 3, 4, Art Club 'ly Homemaking 2
10 Leonard Street College
John . . . Brown eyes and wavy hair . . . Kristy . . . Football . . . Our handsome
Prom King . . . College
Baseball l, FTL 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Math Club 2, Student Counci' 4, Football
l, FTL 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 37 Class Vioe-President 3, Class President
4, AA Council 3, 4, Basketball 1, FTL 3: Boys' State Representative 3, Honor Roll
'l, 2, 3, Assembly Participation 4
MARJORIE ELLEN PEAVEY
52 Neponset Heights Avenue Commercial
"Peava" . . . Friendly and Witty . . . Hanna's Restaurant . . . "Hi Schatz" . . .
Bob . . . Marriage
Glee Club 1, 2, Basketball 2, Typing Award 2, 3, 4, FHA 1
GORDON MARK POWERS
H8 East Street College
Mark . . . Good-looking and quick witted . . . Drums . . . Real hot ticket . . .
"ln The Still Of The Night" . . . College
Art Club lp Science Fair li Student Government Day lg Baseball 2, Ring Com-
mittee 2, Prom Committee 3, Junior Prom Prince 3, Assembly Participation 3, 4:
Driver Training 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Social Committee 4, Chefs' Club 3
IVOR GEORGE REUTER JR.
iii Cocasset Street College
"Egor" . , . Tall and Musical . . . Sharon . . . Motor-scooters . . . Band . . . Car-
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drivers' Education 3, Science Fair 1
HELEN KATHERYNE RIDLEY
'l2 Baker Street College
"Riddles" . . . Cute and full of fun . . . Our pretty Junior Prom Queen . . .
True Polygon . . . "Wonderful, marvelous, absolutely fabulous" . . . College
Student Council 1, 3, 4, FTL l, 2, Cheerleading 3, 4, Student Council, Secretary
3, 4, Assembly Participation 1, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, Class President 3, Prom Committee
3, Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Basketball 1,
Athletic Association Council 3, 4, Ring Committee 2, Prom Queen 3
CRAIG JOSEPH RINGUETTE
34 Rockhill Street Core Program
"Rinky" . . . Blonde and cool . . . Girls in Brockton . . . Cars . . . "You know
what I like" . . . Air Force
Chef's Club 3, JV Baseball 1, Art Club 2, Assembly Participation 4
CONSTANCE MARY RIZZO
27 Meadowview Road Cgmmeycial
Connie . . . Pretty as a picture . . . Prom Princess . . . Boys . . . "The Great
Pretender" . . . Nurse
Class Secretary l, Fashion Show 1, Class Vice-President 2, Typing Award 2, 3, 4,
Ring Committee 2, Prom Committee 3, Prom Princess 3, Social Committee 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Assembly Participation 4, Newspaper Club 4, Drivers' Education 4
19 Merigan Way
"Shuke" . . . Well liked and intelligent . . . debating . . . Bay State Drug Store
. . . Shuker-Daddy . . . "The Day That The Rains Came" . . . College
Assembly Participation 1, 4i Chemistry Club 37 Yearbook Staff, Literary Co-Editor 47
Prom Committee 37 Youth Council Representative 3, 47 Model Congress Debate
3, 47 Driving Training 3
'ROBERT ALAN SHUKER
CATHERINE LOUISE ROLFE
75 Willow Street College
Cathy . . . Pretty and vivacious . . . Hutchins . . . True Polygon . . . "T'aint natural"
. . . College
FHA T7 Junior Red Cross 27 Student Council 37 Art Club 47 Prom Committee 37
Yearbook Staff Aj Assembly Participation 4
SHERWOOD NELSON SMITH
136 Cocasset Street College-Commercial
Woody . . . Handsome and friendly . . . fishing . . . Basketball star . . .
"Don't know do yal" . . . College
Football 37 Basketball 1, 2, FTL 3, 47 Baseball I7 Golf 2, 3, 47 Band 1, 27 Chefs'
Club 37 Chemistry Club 47 Driver Education 27 AA Council 37 Yearbook Staff 47
Science Fair 1
LILA LOUISE SOLDANI
227 Central Street College
Lila . . . Pretty and poised . . . "Geee, Marie" and dramatics . . . Joe . . . Melody
of Love . . . Stuffed animals . . . Psychology maior
Teen Time, WARA l, Basketball l, Typing Award l, Honor Roll i, 2, 3, 4, FHA,
President l, Civics Representative 1, Office Secretary 2, 3, 4, Announcements 2,
3, Driver Education 2, Science Fair, Honorable Mention 2, 3, Dramatic Club,
President 2, Social Committee l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Participation ln, 2, 3, 4,
Chemistry Club 3, Maiorette 3, 4, Band Council 3, 4, Prom Princess 3, Youth
Council Representative 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Talent Show 3, Fl'A, Vice-
President 4, Dramatic Club, Student Director 4, Senior Play 4, Prom Committee 3,
Food Sale Committee 1, Yearbook Staff, Literary Co-Editor 4, Hostess Junior Prom I
North Street Core
Dave . . . Playing the electric guitar . . . Blue Tango . . . Judy . . . Talking . . .
"What Ever Will Be Will Be" . . . College
Talent Show 3, Assembly Participation 3, 4, Chefs' Club 3, Newspaper Club 4
THOMAS HOWARD TH URSTON
314 sOUll1 Sffeef Genefgl
"Tiger" . . . Red hair and tall . . . Ouimet's . . . girls . . . '50 Fords . . . To
be a millionaire
Science Fair l, Typing Award 2, Business Manager 3, Driver Education 3, AA
Council 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Social Committee 3, Math Club
2: Reader's Digest Award 3
LUCY CAROL WARREN
34 Cedar Street College
"Lucy" . . . Cheerful and Always a Smile . . . Reading . . . "As Long As I Have
You" . . . "Tootaloo, Kangaroo" . . . Nurse
Honor Roll 2, 45 FHA Secretary 15 Dramatics Club Secretary 25 FTA Treasurer 25
Chemistry Club 35 Newspaper Club 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Play Committee 45
Junior Prom Hostess l, 25 Social Committee 'l, 2, 35 Junior Prom Committee 35
Science Fair Honorable Mention 25 Office Secretary 45 Pep Squad 45 Driver Educa-
tion 35 Class Prophecy 4
RAYMOND CRAWFORD WEBB
131 Mechanic Street lndusiflal AHS
"Ray C" . . . Cute curl . . . Hot Rods . . . "lt's All in the Game" . . . Sports
car racing stable . . . Air Force Pilot
Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, President 3, 45 Assembly Participation 4
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By JEANNE JETTE, CONNIE RIZZO and SANDRA DE VAUX
MOMENTS TO REMEMBER
Our graduation is finally here.
We approach it with a smile and a tear.
Now it is time for us' to reveal
The Time we have spent in our fpur year ordeal
As freshmen we entered in '55,
Full of fun and glad to be alive.
We looked forward to our years with expectation
And met our problems with full anticipation.
With Janet leading, things were fine,
And Alling as vice followed in line.
While Connie kept the records clear,
Frank yelled for money throughout the year.
At the end of the year,
Our first social was here.
The lights were bright, the colors gay,
We knew Rock and Roll was here to stay.
With summer over we were back again.
The "sophs" were the noisiest class then.
To fool around, or to settle down,
Was the question in the minds of all our clowns
Election time was here once more,
And Jackie Davies took the floor.
Connie followed as our vice,
Roberta took notes, while Frank named the price.
That year as "sophs," this was the thing,
Square vs round for our class rings.
Finally we chose with pride and delight,
The round, they won over without a fight.
As iuniors we met a brand new pal.
We will never forget Mr. Pensavalle!
Our class dwindled down to a scanty few,
All that was left 'were "72."
As president, Helen led the class.
John Pawlak, as vice, took the task.
With Roberta as secretary, we were pleased,
While Margaret tried to collect our fees.
The Prom we were planning with much tender
Filled with big hopes that all would be there.
Oriental Evening was a lovely scene,
With John as our King, and Helen as Queen.
Our final year was here at last.
The previous ones had fled so fast.
The '59 Red Fox was at our door,
Edited by Baker and Michelmore.
This year a marvelous change took place,
Instead of a girl, John led the pace.
For our vice, we would have none but Kenny,
Roberta took notes and Janet tried for a penny.
Our homework came so hard and fast,
To us it seemed an impossible task.
But once again we found good cheer,
For our big year was finally here.
Through all our good times and all our bad,
We'll still leave feeling a little sad.
So, farewell, Foxboro High, we'll miss you for sure,
But in our hearts you will always endure.
We, the class of 1959, being of iovial spirit, quick
wit, and-questionable character, do hereby de-
clare this document to be our last honorable at-
tempt at-writing a class will.
To Mr. Ward we leave nothing but happy memo-
ries-he's leaving with us!
To Mr. Ahern we leave a large supply of aspirin
for his principal's iob.
We leave Mr. Sheehan-worn out, but far wiser.
To the Junior class we leave our Wisdom and ln-
To the Sophomore class we leave our Spirit and
To the Freshman class-a moment of silence.
Last, but not least, we leave to Mr. Pensavalle, a
one-year supply of nasel spray and a carton of
Terry Adkins leaves to write a book entitled, "How
to Throw the Perfect Party!"
Ronnie "Ashtray" Aspray leaves screaming, "l'll
never get married! No, NEVER!"
Peter "l'm Not Confused" Bailey leaves trying to
get his thoughts straight.
Mary Jane Baker leaves with a monopoly on the
first letter of the alphabet. She lust can't seem to
get anything else.
Joan Beauregard leaves her magic formula for
slimness to the chemistry lab.
Larry Birkbeck leaves the A.A. treasury empty.
Janet Brimner leaves her cute smile and neat
clothes to Sam "As lf I Need lt" Pawlak.
Julie Burke leaves to start a newspaper that will
rival the famed Foxboro Reporter.
Bettie Carl leaves with seniority. '
Nancy "Rembrandt" Castelli leaves her artistic
ability to the Grandma Moses of the freshman
class, Karen Smith.
Robert Cheyne leaves his chickens to scratch!
Loyd Childs leaves carrying his car, it ran out of
Gail Clark leaves waiting for the "Tea boat" to
Joe Connell leaves still trying to escape with one
of Mr. Pensavalle's cars.
Nancy Conway leaves to take a course in German.
John Crawford leaves his winter skin-diving equip-
ment to the "L Street Brownies."
I-lellen Darling leaves to start her own gossip col-
Bruce Davis leaves all his old flames at F.H.S. to
Suzanne Davis leaves to become a second
Sandy DeVaux leaves her nice clothes to Linda
Marsha Dudley leaves to start her own "Y.W."
Rachel Ellsworth and Lois Juergens leave to join
the art staff of MAD Magazine.
Cneryl Field leaves still in second gear. Beep, Beep!
Owen Forest leaves his cooking skill to the Fox-
boro High School dietician.
John Gallagher leaves his limited vocabulary to
the original "Whiz Kid" of the eighth grade, Paul
Mike Green leaves dragging his bone collection
Charles Griffiths leaves in a blaze of pink, green,
yellow, purple, andddddddd orange!!!
Eddie "the wolf" Guerrini leaves his fondness of
dear hunting to Paul "Casanova" Jodice.
Roberta Hanna leaves her dancing feet to Richard
"Arther Murray" Callahan.
Carol Harris leaves her cheerful disposition to the
Robert "9O miles an hour" Hawkes leaves to fight
a continuous war against the Registry of Motor
Bruce Heald leaves to take over the New Haven
Ann Heffernan leaves her Pep Squad to be man-
aged by Lee "pep is my middle name" Forrester.
Nancy Hoey leaves her attendance record to any
underclassman who doesn't like tests.
Jeanne Jette and Connie Rizzo leave Mr. Pensa-
valle in an advanced state of delirium.
Ken Jolly leaves his shy, quiet manner to Carol
"the screaming mimi" Mclnis.
Bev "Satchmo" Jones leaves many punctured ear
Maureen Kelley leaves to write a song-There were
25 and only me, in my class of P.O.D.
Janet Lee leaves her athletic ability to Jimmy
"Watch Me Drive" Fraser.
Richard "ah-so" Legg leaves his Plymouth to an
expert on chinese puzzles.
Thomas Lividoti leaves to write a book entitled
"A Proper Word for Every Situation."
Patrick Lyons leaves for Carnegie Hall and duel
of violins with Jack Benny.
Elsa Meekins leaves her butterfly net and collec-
tion to Jim "Nature Boy" O'Donnell.
Joe Metrano leaves his place in the senior class
to Bob "l'm iust having fun" Peavey.
Mary Michelmore leaves with her head in the
Frank'Morrissey leaves his personable ways to
certain unmentionable grouches.
Margaret Morrison leaves her good looks to any
underclass girl who needs them.
Pat Murray leaves to ioin Billy on the weasel farm.
Ken O'Brien leaves humming "How are you fixed
Tom O'Donnell leaves everyone black and blue.
John Olivier leaves still insisting that the South
won the war.
Patricia O'Sullivan leaves to become the fastest
typist this side of Mrs. Doris Sullivan's room.
John Pawlak leaves his boundless energy to Fred
"Geritol Jr." Peck.
Mariorie Peavey leaves to open a restaurant called
Mariorie's Mad Manor for Mouthless Midgets.
Mark Powers leaves his charm to Bernard "Every-
body loves a lover" Holmberg.
Ivor Reuter leaves with his harem tagging behind.
Helen "l've trapped another one" Ridley leaves
her collection of boys' rings to Ferne "the flirt"
Craig Ringuette leaves his transmission scattered
in front of the school.
Cathy Rolfe leaves the corridors quiet.
Robert "antidisestablishmentarianism" S h u k e r
leaves his scholastic ability to lan "Einstein" Fraser.
Sherwood "Bob Cousey" Smith leaves his basket-
ball dribbling talent to Eloise "Tarzan" Anderson.
Lila Soldani leaves her theatrical ability to June
"the Ham" Robinson.
Dave Swierk leaves in a cloud of smoke.
Tom "Clutch" Thurston leaves his hot "5O" Ford
to anyone who is in no hurry to get where they
Lucy Warren leaves screaming "Hey, Ma, I
squealed in all three gears!!"
Ray "C" Webb leaves his great strength to War-
ren "Man Mountain" McLoud.
Mark Powers, Kenneth O'Brien, Joe Connell,
Janet Brimner, Jaret Lee, Ann Heffernan.
I, the spirit of the class of '59, was assigned the task of collecting
the scattered members of this great class. The reason for this aggregation
was a giant celebration which was being held in the town of Foxboro. It
was the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and seventy-eight,
exactly two hundred years after Foxboro was incorporated. I had decided
that the only way that this celebration could be successful was to have
our entire class there, since we represented the true, solid citizens of
our fair community.
I chose as my initial mode of transportation on this expedition one of
those famous chariots of good cheer-a cast-off Foxboro School Bus. The
bus had been slightly altered, and now had triple "carbs," a Cadillac
engine, and the fastest acceleration of any vehicle in existence. The gaso-
line which this vehicle consumed had been developed by Mr. Doloff's
brilliant assistant, Helen "Watch out for the explosion" Ridley.
When I checked the present addresses of the members of this exclusive
body, I realized that they had scattered far and wide. Armed with this
knowledge, I prepared to travel around this entire planet in order to
collect them all. I realized that I must have a starting point, and I
chose Europe. I planned my iourney'carefully, so that I could reach
every person in the group.
Thus, I embarked upon my iourney, which started at the new Trans-
Atlantic bridge. l stopped to pay the toll, and then realized that the
toll collector was none other than "T. C." Shylock Junior, Larry "Fast Buck"
Birkbeck. I told him of the celebration, and he promised to tell any class-
mates whom he encountered, to be present in Foxboro on this historic
day. He informed me that John "Adorable" Pawlak was also there, and
that he had the iob of electronics engineer. His was the tedious task of
pushing the button which opened the toll gate.
I had left the gate, and was cruising along this colossal structure, when
I encountered Chas Griffiths, who was leaning against the railing, ad-
miring this, his most successful feat in the field of engineering. He
always said that he could do big things. I stopped to talk with him,
and as we stood there, a startling yell penetrated from the air above.
It was Nancy, "Hey, Rah Rah Rah Rah Rah" Conway, still flying high.
We signaled her by Morse Code, and, satisfied that she got the message,
I travelled on.
Suddenly a red blur caught my eye in the rear-view mirror, and as it
approached, I realized that it was Mary Jane Baker, bombing along in
her little red sports car. She was finally bringing the last page of the
yearbook to the publisherl She didn't have time to stop, because she was
being pursued by Bob "The Blob" Hawkes, in his iet-propelled, rocket-
special hot rod. He was accompanied by Governor Frank Morrissey, who
was frantically waving his arms and yelling, "faster, fasterl" As I looked
on in wide-eyed astonishment, both cars sped by in a cloud of dust.
I continued my iourney, and soon encountered three members of the
class. They were Rachel Ellsworth, Lois Juergens, and Nancy Castelli.
Rachel was strenuously painting the white dividing lines, Lois was holding
the bucket of paint, while stirring it vigorouslyp Nancy was industriously
cleaning all of the paint brushes. I told them the news, and they gladly
dropped their work and climbed onto the bus to accompany me while I
rounded up their classmates.
We talked about Foxboro, and the good old days at F.H.S. The time
flew past, and we soon reached a gas station. We pulled in to fuel up,
and discovered to our surprise that Ronnie Aspray was the owner. Ivor
Reuter was the chief gasoline pumper, and John Olivier was in charge
of the windshield wiping. Ronnie's Super-Sonic Service Station Staff
running to fill our tank, while we went to fill our faces. We spied a hot
dog stand, and soon learned that it was owned and operated by five
more familiar faces. Its slogan was "Enjoy a Short Stop for a Long Dog,"
and it was managed by Bruce "A.A. Forever" Heald. We entered the
establishment and found Marge Peavey waiting on customers. To one
side sat Mo "The Mad Dietician" Kelly, who put the hot dog meat into
the skins. She had on many medals for being the best hot dog stuffer
this side of Frankfort, Germany. Joe "The Chef's Club Boy Wonder"
Nletrano picked up the dogs and put them onto the grille. Suzanne
"Crewcut" Davis did a neat iob of slapping on the mustard and relish.
She then passed them to Marge, who served them to the customers. .
We enioyed a hearty meal of hot dogs and then, after informing them
of the coming celebration, prepared to continue our travels. They waved
good-bye, and we were offl
We finally reached the end of the bridge and were now in Ireland.
It was here that we located tender-hearted Tom O'Donnell, who resided ln
a multi-million dollar castle, where he rented rooms to retired football
players. His chief gardener was Mike Greene, who took care of the "Green"
houses in back of the castle. Pat Lyons had the unique iob of serenading
several triangular-shape, purple-striped roses with tunes from his violin,
We asked them to come to the anniversary party, and immediately left
We were to make this part of the trip by boat, so we were on the
water-front. It was here that we came across a sign readings "Hoey's
Hurry-Up Hauling and Tubby Tugboat Line." Upon entering the office we
were confronted by Nancy, who was dictating to Carol Harris, her able
secretary. She promised to ship our bus, which was no longer needed, to
"way-out" San Francisco, where it would be waiting for us when we
returned to the States.
This transaction completed, we boarded one of her France-bound ships.
Bruce Davis was captain of this fabulous palace on wheels, and he gave
ues the list of accomodations. Going below deck. we found ourselves
in an ultra-modern shopping district. Included in this section was Shukar's
Snazzy Snack Shop, alias Bay State Drug Store Junior. He was giving
away one of the specialties, called "Bob's Better, Baffling, Beatnik Banana
Boats, in honor of one of his many birthdays. Bev Jones had a fast clean-
ing service next door. She rented barrels while you waited to have your
punts cleaned, and always had plenty of customers, thanks to Bob's ooie-
gooie sundaes. The next store was Hellen Darling's Five and Ten. She
scld everything from polka-dot shoe laces to banana trees,-with or
without monkeys. We left Hellen and strolled out onto the deck, and were
greeted by a great commotion. John Crawford, the first-mate, had
dropped an anchor on his foot, and was being carried by Ken Jolly.
Ken's football muscles were still very valuable. Cheryl Field, the nurse,
skillfully administered the tried-and-true remedy of a glass of hot water
ard an aspirin. Her loyal medical secretary was Janet Brimner. Janet
always worked blindfolded because she couldn't stand the sight of blood.
Elsa Meekins was also part of the hospital staff.
We left the hospital, only to be met by Tom "Tiger" Thurston, who
was strolling down the deck. He had made his million, but we "ain't
gonna tell ya how." There we spied that international play boy, Mark
"My, how the girls love mel" Powers, who was lounging on a deck
chair. His eyes suddenly shifted, and as we followed his glance, we saw
the ship's "Hostess" Sandy DeVaux. We felt that three was a crowd,
and so we left.
Before the ship docked, we had the celebration plans announced over the
ship's loud speaker.
As soon as we did land, a taxi screeched to a stop before us. Ray C.
Webb was the safe 'n' sane driver. He drove us to the Eiffel Tower, where
we were greeted by Jeanne "Let me show you around the tower," Jette.
We gave Ray the news about the coming event, and then followed
Jeanne up to the top of the tower. There we were greeted by the
familiar sign which flashed: "Hanna's Restaurant." Inside the cafe we
found Roberta "I Can Can Can" Hanna doing that famous Parisian dance
to the accompaniment of Mary "Lightfingers" Michelmore with her real
swinging "Mello the Cello," and Dave Swierk, who was getting a charge
out of playing his "shocking" electric guitar. The champagne girl was
none other than Joan Beauregard, and she was so delighted to see us
that she gave us a free bottle of "Special, Sparkling, Fuzzy-Wuzz, Bub-
bling' Brew." It was the best Paris had to offer.
We hated to leave this gay life, but we still had a lot of traveling
to do, and we were off once more, this time for Italy. When we arrived
in the little town of Pazzouli, we were literally starved, and so we
entered the first restaurant we saw. We discovered that Eddie Guerrini
was the chef who was furiously pounding out pizza dough. He was
famous throughout Italy for his secfet pizza recipes. Betty Carl had the
pressing iob of squashing tomatoes for the sauce. Conchette Rizzo, who
was still taking orders in her little black book, Vol. 7, came to the
table to wait on us. She brought us pizza and cake, and when the bill
was paid, we realized that she had given us a 3 lira reduction for old
time's sake. While we were eating, who should come in but Janet Lee.
She came over to talk to us, and inform us about another classmate who
owned a ship. We followed Janet's explicit directions, and arrived at the
designated establishment. We sauntered inside, only to be confronted
by Gail Clark, who was having her hair touched up by Craig "The
Nlarvelous Mad Bleacher" Ringuette. We heard a familiar voice from
outside, and we rushed out to be confronted by Tom "Fowl You" Lividoti
still yelling, "Gentlemen prefer blondes."
Since so many classmates were now located in Italy, we decided to put
an ad in the local paper. We went to the newspaper office to ask the
editor, Julie Burke, to advertise the coming anniversary celebration, since
no one should miss it.
Thus satisfied, we left Italy and headed east to exotic Arabia. As we
crossed a desert, we sighted the caravan of Kubla Ken O'Brien, the
Bluebeard of the desert. After telling him about the big event, we left
him with his harem, and traveled on.
We penetrated deeper and deeper into the Orient, and finally arrived
at Hong Kong. We immediately noticed the ads on the back of all the
rickshaws, which read: "Ching Chong Drive-Wrong Auto School." It
seems that Bob Cheyne had opened a Far-East branch of that well-known
American auto school. Ann Heffernan was his assistant instructor, and
she taught moonlight rickshaw driving, which included starting, stopping,
We left Hong Kong, and hopped a plane "down under" to Australia, and
there we met Dr. Peter "Beetle" Bailey, who was still trying to put
shoes on his converted clan of barefoot Aborigines. Peter said that he
had seen another classmate, Terry Adkins, walking down an old country
road, still wearing her Micky Mouse watch. On one of the nearby
eucyliptus trees we saw a "Wanted" poster which read-Wanted-John
Gallegher-for pickpocketing kangaroos out of season. We decided we
wouldn't be able to find John, so we left word with some friendly
head-hunters, and left Australia for Honolulu.
On the plane, we were surprised to see Marsha "Dogpaddle" Dudley,
who decided she could not get far in the Waves, so she ioined the
Air Force. Later, she came down the aisle and assured us that we were
in good hands, as Richard Legg was the pilot. Hearing this, a lady across
the aisle fainted and Lucy "I iust love autopsies" Warren came to the
rescue with some spirits Cof ammonia, that isl. She was now a full-
fledged registered nurse.
When we got to Hawaii, and stopped to refuel, we decided to go for a
swim at Wakiki. There we saw Margaret Morrisson giving Hoola lessons
to all the Service Nlen stationed there. Margaret's teacher had been the
outstanding Pat "Wiggles" Murray. Pat came with us when we got back
on the plane for San Francisco.
Upon arriving in San Francisco, we entered one of the "way-out" caves
to dig some of the local atmosphere. There we found Cathy "RaIphie"
Rolfe sitting on the floor snapping her fingers saying "Man, this t'ain't
natural." After visiting with her for a while, we made a brief side
trip to Disney Land to see if any of our classmates had become successful
in the entertainment world. There, to no one's surprise, was Lila "Lola"
Soldani still struggling with Donald Duck and his elocution lessons.
We gathered these newly-found classmates, and traveled east, toward
Foxboro. Very soon we were rolling over the plains of Kansas. There
we saw Woody Smith planting his own Sherwood Forest. He willingly
ioined us in the bus to avoid becoming lost in his "Owen Forest."
We moved continually forward, and finally arrived on the Atlantic
Seaboard. Cruising along smoothly on the New Jersey Turnpike, we at-
tempted to pass a familiar red and white automobile. Sure enough, it
was none other than Lloyd "watch my dust" Childs in his little bug.
He challenged us to a drag and off we went. All of a sudden we
noticed a third participant-this one had a siren. We pulled over only
to find that it was Joe "I'll fix Mr. PensavaIle's car yet" Connell.
Fortunately, he remembered us, tore up the ticket, and ioined our iovial
At long last we took the corner at crash corners and headed for Foxboro
center. Everyone gathered at the High School football field for the
Ioyous festivities. The great class of '59 had all arrived and was the
center of attraction Kas usuall.
When we had to part once more, to go our separate ways, it was
with heavy hearts. But I, the spirit of the class of '59, will be rein-
carnated wherever gay souls congregate and party-makers revel.
Though twelve years have so quickly swept us by,
We are just beginning.
Throughout these years the preparation has been made,
And now we stand or fall.
We have been taught that which is right and wrong.
And now, within a short time, a decision must be made,
The decision which shall formulate our lives.
The wrong decision may mean ruin, the right success and happiness.
We are now made to realize what has been our goal throughout these years,
And we shall take that step on sure feet.
Recalling all that has been ours to learn,
And going forward ever learning more.
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CUTEST SMILE: Janet Brimner, Frank MorrisseY-
DONE MOST FOR CLASS: Mary Michlemore, Larry
TEACHERS PETS: Jane: Brimner, Charles Griffifhs-
MOST POPULAR: Helen Ridley,
MOST STREAMLINED: Anne Hef-
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BEST DANCERS: Mark Powers, Ro-
CLASS FLlRTS: Connie Rizzo, Ed-
Helen Ridley. i Beverly Jones' John Gallagher,
Mosr ARTISTIC: Rachel Ellsworth, Rohm Hawkes
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,ECT RODS: LUCY Warren, John Olivier.
CLASS CLOWNS: Nancy Hoey, Tom Lividoti.
FRIENDLIEST: Pat Nurray, Larry
WITTIEST: Charles Griffiths, Terry
MOST AMBITIOUS AND MOST
LIKELY TO SUCCEEII: Mary Jane
Baker, Bob Shucker.
MOST COURTEOUS: .ois Jeurgens,
Mosr DRAMATIC: Lila sogdangl Joe Connell.
TYPICAL SENIORS: Helen Ridley, John Pawlak
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: Nancy Conway Ken O,Brien
OST CHEERFUL: Roberta Hanna, Larry Birkbeck
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Mosr MUSICAL: Mary Nlichlemore, Roberf Chevne-
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MOST STUDIOUS: Robert Shuc Sf,
Mich I vor Reufer, Mary Michlemoreg SHQR
FIRST TO BE MARRIED: Magorie ae Green, Betty Carl. TEST
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FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Blais, Judith Fleischmann, Karen Murray, Patricia Clark, Deborah Wills, Lurline
Perkins, Pamela Heaton, Beniamin Brunell, David Chisholm, John Smith, Joan Gallagher, Virginia Brooks,
Gail Fraser, Judith Shepardson, Lois Granahan. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sheehen, Mrs. Gladys Beers, Virginia
Colburn, Mary Sullivan, Shirley Barnes, Mary Gaeta, Lee Forrester, Saundra Stevens, Nancy Annon, Les-
lie Hicks, Carol Metrano, Linda Emery, Becky VanDenBerghe, Barbara Dearborn, Diana Allen, Hazel Flem-
ing, Sandra Netzer, Eloise Anderson, Ruth Schmitz, Nancy Blay, Mary Doucette, Diana Dube, Janice
Street, Patricia Stevens, Mrs. Mary Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Donna Field, Jane Messenger, Carol Mclnis,
Rose Erler, Jean Calderwood, Mary Rouille, Nancy Shepardson, Betty Lou Pyer, Joyce Henderson, Winitred
Rich, Patricia Randall, Patricia Colwell, Gail Richards, Mary Roche, Diane Heffernan, Marsha Dadmun.
FOURTH ROW: Howard Morse, Kenneth Duke, Steven Hougharn, Donald Bosworth, Peter Newell, Erwin
Klempner, Warren McLeod, Paul Fitzpatrick, Dexter Crocker, Robert Hicks, Roger Hicks, Conrad Kaiser,
Clyde Babbitt, Robert Lucas, Steven Holt, Bruce Roberts, Chester Svenson, William Cataloni, Dominic
Coyle, William McNamara, Gary Smith. FIFTH ROW: Winston Doore, Bernard Holmberg, Bruce Mason,
William Brunell, Donald Richards, Gordon Bennett, Bruce Congdon, Richard Baldwin, Peter Saparott, Bruce
Bumpus, Robert Wetherbee, James O'Donnell, Peter Congdon, Neil Murphy, Robert Frye, David Sullivan,
Karl Daclmun, Steven Grindle.
President , ..... , , BENJAMIN BRUNELL
Vice-President , , 7 DAVID CHISHOLM
Secretary -, PAMELA HEATON
Treasurer ., JOHN SMITH
FRONT ROW: George Law, Donald Uliano, James Chisholm, James Hewett, Pamela Doiron, Maureen Ma-
loof, John Waseleski, Dorothy Potter, Raymond Wills, Qoger Rochelle, Thomas Lyons. SECOND ROW:
Ronald McKinnon, Robert Peavy, John'Julius, Robert Castelli, Joseph Milan, Alan De Vautour, Phillip
Elliott, Peter Doiron, David Littlefield, Paul Jodice, Francis Harris. THIRD ROW: David Harris, Frederick
Peck, Richard Graves, Lawrence Tivy, Paul Roche, Lewis Hatch, Allen Richards, Richard Callahan, Peter
Nr-wel, Joseph Pignato, Kenneth Dooley, Gerald Smith, William Gately, Charles Goddard, Paul Yancowsky.
FOURTH ROW: Robert Dubois, William ward, Robert Hearn, Randolph Baker, Jan VanDenBerghe, Hohn
Ki-lly, Mark Donovan, David Aylward, Robert Spaulding, Thomas Burt, William Burke, James Calderwood,
FIRST POW: Mrs. Globus, Marion Hallet, Ferne Phillips, Alice Garland, Mary Snow, Diane Janiszewski,
Jurlith Strang, Sheila Roskuska, Janet Bryant, Mary Brunell, Frances lmbaro, Jacqueline Hardy, Sandra
Rochelle, SECOND ROW: Mr. Dollot, Mr, Minah, Sherry Walls, Kristine McGoldrick, Linda McCasland, Janet
Lyons, Anita Sanford, Dianne Juergens, Joan Gallagher, Patricia Dean, Rosemary Graves, Diane Collins,
Priscilla Collins, Jane Harrigan, Suzanne Swift, Donna Sirith, Pauline Cutler. THlRD ROW: Jameson Ad-
kins, Lois Brown, Nancy Heffron, Nancy Murphy, Gerrilyn Hardin, Verda Huxtable, Eleanor Oliveira, Jane
Heffernan, Susan Hayden, Jean Durham, Judith Johnson, Mary O'Connell, Sharon Heald, Charlene Ouimet,
Sandra Shuker, Janice Metcalf. FOURTH ROW: Donna Cestelli, Ruth Reuter, Lorraine Coulombe, Patricia
Lonergan, June Robinson, Elizabeth Baker, Ann Temple, Marcia Leary, Laura Barros, Kay Pinkham, Ellen
Hanscom, Sandra Paza, Marilyn Duke, Lois Morin, Sandra Secher.
President JOHN WASELASKI
Vice-President MAUREEN MALOOF
Secretary DOROTHY POTTER
Treasurer PAMELA DOIRON
FIRST ROW: Charles Topping, Ralph DeGraft, William Bearce, Robert Curry, Brian Cady, James Fraser,
Charles Cady, William Ivatts, John Greenleaf, Charles Allen, William Bureau, Alan Grigsby, Arthur Rounds.
SECOND ROW: Thomas Whipp, William Hawkes, Henry Van Gemert, Robert Peters, Richard Cheyne, David
Hill, Richard Stahnke, James Metrano, Frederic Longebard, Robert French, Charles Trebino, Richard Lud-
wig, Joseph Richards, Harold Parkenson, John Andrews, Robert Turcotte, Albert Keyworth, Robin Congdon,
Richard Elliot, Chester Romiglio, Thomas Martin, Bernard Guerrini. THIRD ROW: Dean Dudley, Joseph
Thibodeau, Roy Kirby, William Ronayne, Peter Comeau, Eric Sweed, Charles Beatrice, Joseph Perry, Wli-
Iiam Perry, Norman Curry, William Bristol, Joseph Twiraga, Mark VanDen Berghe, James Housman, Thomas
Cummings, Robert Walsh, George Reid, Irving Rockwood, FOURTH ROW: James Conway, Arthur Risotti,
Bartlett Matthews, John Dreselehnke, Dana Congdon, Donald Tilliston, Thomas Peavey, Charles Housman,
David Waterhouse, William Rider, Ian Fraser, Terrence O'SuIlivan, Joseph Mulherin, Donald Sanford,
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hart, Sally Cook, Karen Smith, Lorraine Mittenberg, Barbara Garland, Neal Higgins,
Sue Bailey, Robert Guenard, Rae Ringuette, Paulette Young, Barbara Whipp, Frances Giovino, Frances
Burlin, SECOND ROW: Mr. Pearlmutter, Carol Ann Gaeta, Alice Downs, Veronica Kirby, Theresa Whitty,
Ruth Donovan, Patricia Hicks, Katherine Pignato, Margaret Belyea, Sandra King, Anne Parkhill, Susan Hatt,
Karen Glazler, Ellen McSwain, Patricia Stuclley, Margret Webb, Catherine Schultz, Ann Holt, Cail Saunders,
Mary McKinnon. THIRD ROW: Patricia Maloot, Barbara Kwiatkaowski, Nancy Dube, Vivian Lyons, Roberta
Fischer, Joyce Sanford, Margret Lynch, Mary Ann Bent, Gail Landry, Cynthia Nowlan, Lincla Buckner,
Janet Webb, Philomena Coyle, Noreen Julius, Mary Ann Rizzo, Cynthia Morse.
President - ROBERT GUENARD
Vice-President , , . SAMUEL PAWLAK
Secretary .... . SUSAN BAILEY
Treasurer E NEAL HIGGINS
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Kenneth Jolly, Thomas O'Donnell. SECOND ROW: Coach Stewart, Ben Brunell, Karl Dadmun, Donald Rich-
ards, Bruce Bumpus, Richard Baldwin, Robert Frye, Alan Richards, James O'Donnell, Neil Murphy, Coach
Toner. THIRD ROW: Steven Grindle, John Waseleski, James Calderwoocl, David Chisholm, Joseph Mac-
Donald, James Frazer, and Dexter Crocker.
Football during our last year at Foxboro High presented many thrills, the biggest
of which was the startling upset over Oliver Ames by a score of T4-O. The team
played very well and its spirit was a main factor in our successful season. Our of-
fense was unstoppable, scoring T42 points, and our defense was invincible, giving
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FIRST ROW: Erwin Klempner, Sherwood Smith, Co-Captain, Sam Pawlak, Dexter Crocker, Steve Grindle, Alan
Richards. SECOND ROW: Ken O'Brien, Co-Captainp Jan VanDenBerghe, Charles Griffiths, Bruce Bumpas, Richard
Baldwin, James O'Donnell, and Coach Toner.
Although this year's Basketball team's wins did not exceed their losses, the team
gained valuable experience under the direction of Coach Toner. In the game with
league leading Oliver Ames, we kept pace until the final quarter. This proved to be
the most exciting game of the season.
The following valuable seniors will be lost to next year's team: Co-Captains Sher-
wood Smith and Ken O'Brien, and high scorer Charles Griffiths.
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FRONT ROW: John Pawlak, Kenneth O'Brien, Thomas O'Donnell, Coach Levanitis, James Schromn, James
O'Donnell, Richard Davis. SECOND ROW: Dexter Crocker, David Sullivan, John Collwell, William Brunell, Robert
Frye, Edward O'Malley, Thomas Lividoti. THIRD ROW: Jan VanDenberg, Neil Murphy, Donald Richards, Charles
Griffiths. BATBOYS lN FRONT: Bernard Guerrini and Robert French.
The baseball team is looking forward to a very successful season this year under
the supervision of Coach Steve Levanitis. Only one starter was lost from last year's
team. Returning seniors will be Tom Lividoti in center field, catcher John Pawlak,
shortstop Ken O'Brien, first-baseman Charles Griffiths, and Tom O'Donnell.
Left to right: Steven Grindle, Dana Congdon, Charles Griffiths, Bruce
Congdon, Dexter Crocker, John Midwelmore.
KNEELING, let-t to right: Robert Frye, John Smith, John Gallagher,
Donald Richards, Alan Richards. STANDING: Beniamin Brunell, David
Chisholm, Loyd Childs, Bruce Bumpus, Kenneth O'Brien, James O'Don-
Left to right: Sherwood Smith, Eric Sweed, Dana Congdon, Robert
Spalding, William Burke, Bruce Congdon, William Bristol.
Left to right: Carol Mclnisg Susan Swift Patricia Colwellp Nancy Conway, Captainp Pamela Heaton: Frances
lmbarog and Helen Ridley.
FIRST ROW: Gail Fraser, Sherry Wells, Co-Captain Betty Lou Pyer, Co-Captain Mary Jane Baker, Janet Lee,
Marsha Dudley, Janet Bryant. SECOND ROW: Managers Donna Field, Judy Shepardson, Janice Street, Eloise
Anderson, Elizabeth Van Den Berge, Mary Sullivan, Donna Smith, Coach Natalie McComb, Manager Anita San-
The Varsity Field Hockey team under the excellent coaching of Mrs. McComb had
its best season yet. They were undefeated, with no ties. They scored forty-five goals
and only six were scored against them. Leaving the team this year will be three
seniors, but with the strong iunior varsity players, these positions should not be hard
to fill. We wish next year's team the best of luck.
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FIRST ROW left to right Eleanor Olivera, Verta Huxtable, Mary O'Connell Rae Ringuette SECOND ROW
Donna Smith Anita Sanford, Dottie Potter, Janice Street lCo-Captainl, Gail Fraser CCO Captalnl Janet Bryant
Eloise Anderson Sherry Wells. THIRD ROW: Betty Lou Pyer, Donna Field lManagersj Joyce Sanford Hazel
Fleming Barbara Dearborn Carol Mclnis, Roberta Hanna, Sandy Rochelle fManagersD Miss Hicks lCoachl
The girls basketball team under the coaching ot Miss Hicks had a successful bas
ketball season this year. As there were no seniors on the team the whole squad
will be returning next year. We hope they will have a winning year
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FIRST ROW: Patricia Stevens, Charlene Ouirnet, Patricia Randall, Mary O'Connell, and Lila Soldani. SEC-
OND ROW: Patricia Maloot, Betty Lou Pyer, Patricia Studley, Karen Glazier, Dorothy Potter, Mary Brunell,
Maureen Maloot, Mr. Ball, Eloise Anderson, Nancy Blay, Philip Blay, Neal Higgins, Michael Annon, Joseph
Connell, Linda McCasland, Howard Morse, Barbara Brown, Sue Bailey, Cynthia Nowlan, and Susan Hatt.
THIRD ROW: Roger Johnston, Charles Trebino, John Keyworth, Claire Reuter, John Michelmore, Christina
Ouirnet, Frederic Longabard, Thomas Burt, Elsa Meekins, Polly Mitchell, Ann Holt, Lorraine Short, and
Frances Burlin. FOURTH ROW: Alice Doiron, Diane Hicks, Dana Congdon, Ellen McSwain, William Mc-
Swain, Dale Gillespie, David Reuter, Peter Doiran, Veronica Kirby, Judith Holmes, Vivian Lyons, Gail
Saunders. FlFTH ROW: William Ricler, Peter Congdon, David Aylward, Bartlett Matthews, John Crawford,
David Emus, Robert Cheyne, Mary Sullivan, Beverly Jones, lvor Reuter, Margaret Maxey, and Margaret
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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Natalie Mccaomb, Judy Shepardson, Larry Birkbeck, Nancy Conway, Ken O'Brien, Mr
William Toner, Mr. Thomas Armstrong. BACK ROW: Helen Ridley, Janet Lee, Dottie Potter, David Sullivan
Tom Thurston, Bruce Heald, Linda Buckner, Richard Crocker, Mary Jane Baker.
FRONT ROW: Deanna Le Clair, Paula Grindle, Janet Dearborn, Judy Craddock, Diane Brackett, Ann Hayes,
Joyce Colwell, Dotti Kvviatowski, Janet Anderson, Dottie Grant, Sandra Richards. SECOND ROW: Harriet
Allen, Patricia Murray, Sally Flaherty, Sherry lvatts, Karen Temple, Maureen Ward, Paula Gildersleeve,
Diane Paza, Lorraine Short, Nancy DeGraft, Sandy de Vaux, Co-Captain. THIRD ROW: Cathy Dillin, Pa-
mala Grindle, Karen Webber, Carol De Marzio, Mary Milham, Chris Davidson, Lois Mittenbury, Lynne
Webber, Mariorie Baker, Sandra Conway, Ann Heffernan, Co-Captain.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Sherwood Smith, Donna Field, Judith Shepardson, Mr. Dolloff, Leslie Hicks,
Jane Messenger, Elizabeth Van Den Berghe, and Gerald Smith. SECOND ROW, left to right: Kyle Donovan,
Robert Hicks, Paul Fitzpatrick, Hazel Fleming, Bruce Congdon, Roger Hicks, Peter Saparoff, and Bernard
BUSINESS MANAGERS CLUB
FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Blay, Marsha Dudley, Mary Michelmore, and Leslie Hicks. SECOND ROW,
left to right: Mary Brunell, Dennis Jondro, Paul Jodice, Joyce Sanford, Jan Van Den Berghe, Marcia Leary,
Dana Bearce, Sam Pawlack, Henry Hatch and Mr. Armstrong.
FRONT ROW: Mary Roche, Pat Colwell, Pamela Heaton, Gail Richards, Ruth Schmitz, and Carol Mclnis.
BACK ROW: Rosemary Graves, Nancy Heffron, Lila Soldani, Joseph Connell, Joseph Pignato, Joseph
Mulherin, Mr, Edward Drake, advisor, Peter Congdon, Robin Congdon, Marcia Leary, Jamie Adkins, Ann
Temple, and Julie Burke.
FIRST ROW: Kenneth Jolly, James O'DonneIl, Robert Frye, Neil Murphy, Robert Newell, and Karl Dadmun
BACK ROW: Richard Graves, John Smith, Lawrence Tivy, Erwrad Guerrini, John Waseleski, Gerald Smith
William Ward, Lewis Hatch, and Mrs. Harrington.
Left to right: Joyce Henderson, Mary Roche
Dominic Coyle, Catherine Schultz, and Ju
, , IS om, Helen Ridley, Patricia Colwell. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Globus, Linda Buckner, Susan Hayden, Ann Holt, Elizabeth Baker, Eloise Anderson, June Robinson,
Jane Harrigan, Mary.SulIivan, Deborah Wills, and Maureen Maloot. THIRD ROW: Peter Bailey, Steven
Grindle, Joseph Pignato, Kenneth O'Brien, Joh P lk ' '
n awa , Benlamln Brunell, James Fraser, Robert Guenard.
FIRST ROW: Lila Soldani, a y ,
d Mrs Alice Brawn, advisor. BACK ROW:
Janet Lee, Charles Griffiths, and Mary Jane
FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Blais, Chester Romiglio, Joan Gallagher, Lois Granahan, Pat ,
Robert Guenard, Robert Peters, and Miss Divitorio. SECOND ROW: Carol Metrano, Philomena Coyle, Nancy
Shepardson, Mary Rouille, Roland Blais, Alice Downs, Vivian Lyons, Mary Snow, and Betty Lou Pyer.
Bel ea, Sandra King, Joseph Mulherin, Arthur Risotti, Ian Fraser,
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Minah, Thomas Peavey, Thomas O'Donnell, Raymond Webb, Ronald Aspray, and Chester
Svenson. SECOND ROW: Owen Forrest, Lawrence Birkbeck, Dana Bearce, Donald Tilloison, William Burh-
rig, Harold Parkinson, Terrance O'Sullivan, John Cummings, and Mr. Levanitis. THIRD ROW: Mark Van
Den Berghe, Richard Turcorfe, Kenneth Jolly, Roberf Peavey, Karl Dadmun, Richard Callahan, Pafrick O'-
Sullivan, and Conrad Kaiser.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Mrs. Hart, at desk, advisor. Left to right: Irving Rockwood, Pat Clark, Linda Emery, Lila Solclani, Pamela
Heaton, Dianne Janizeueski, and George Reid.
FIRST ROW: Sally Cook, Karen Murray, Carol Harris, Cynthia Nowlan, Gail Saunders, and Maureen Kelly.
SECOND ROW: Paulette Young, Mary Michelmore, Carol Mclnis, Rose Erler, Ruth Schmitz, Lee Forrester,
Virginia Colburn, Patricia Randall, Dianna Collins, Patricia Lonargan, Nancy Conway, and Mrs. Coyne.
THIRD ROW: Joseph Milliarcl, Roberta Hanna, Catherine Rolfe, Mary Jane Baker, Lois Juergens, Suzanne
Davis, Bruce Davis, and Nancy Castelli.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Doris Sullivan, Carol Mclnis, Jamie Adkins, Julie Burke, Editor, Nancy Conway, Diane
Juergens, Kay Pinkharn, and David Swierk. SECOND ROW: Gail Clark, Cheryl Field, Pat Murray, Lucy Warren,
Nancy Hoey, Ann Temple, Marcia Leary, Laura Barrows, Karen Glazier, Margaret Morisson, Lois Morin,
Christina McGoIdrick, Eleanor Olivera, and Laraine Mittenburg. THIRD ROW: Barbara Kwiatkowski, Helen
Darling, Terry Adkins, Joan Gallagher, Nancy Heffron, Pamela Dorion, Cilla Collins, Verda Huxtable, Con-
nie Rizzo, Jeanne Jette, Rosemary Graves, Janet Brimner, and Frances Burlin. FOURTH ROW: Mary Bru-
nell, Carol Gaeta, Robert Hicks, Fred Peck, Peter Saparoff, Bernard Holmberg, Roger Hicks, Paul Jodice,
Ferne Phillips, and Francis lrnbaro.
PROJ ECTORS' CLUB
Left to right: Charles Topping, David Hill, James Newell, Richard Cheyne, Eric Sweed, Dana Congdon, Bruce
Heald, Mr, Pearlmutter, Randolph Baker, William Bristol, William Cataloni, William Burke, Joseph Richard,
Mark Donovan, Robert Walsh, John Kelly, Brian Cady, Leonard Jolly, Warren McLeod, Owen Forrest, Alan
Grigsby, Lee Belyea, George Law.
SCIENCE AND WEATHER CLUB
FIRST ROW, left to right: Neil Beach, Merrill Rollins, Joseph Meomartino, Richard Brouillard, Robert Green,
Jorn Dreselehnke, Lois Hazord, David Waterhouse, Kevin McNamara, John Rooney, Richard Randall, Barry
Rochelle, Michael Melton, Charles Street. SECOND ROW: Ralph Giordano, Terrence Lyons, Robert Greco,
Wilson Whitty, Girard Pepin, Philip Leavitt, Frank Twitchell, Russell Brown, Neil Kaiser, Robert Sweet,
Paul Mangion, Edward Hanson, and George Warren.
BOYS' ATHLETIC CLUB
FRONT ROW, left to right: Tom O'Donnell, Charles Goddard, Erwin Klempner, John Pawlak, Dexter Crocker,
Steve Hougham, and Edward O'Malley. BACK ROW, left to right: Jan Ven Den Berghe, Richard Baldwin, Charles
Griffiths, Bruce Bumpus, Ken O'Brien, Tom Lividoti, Alan Richards, and Mr. William Toner.
GIRLS, ATHLETIC CLUB
FRONT ROW, left to right: Marsha Dudley, Catherine Kelso, Anita Sanford, Sandra Rochelle, Janet Bryant, Sherry
Wells, Karen Smith, Donna Smith, and Dorothy Potter. BACK ROW, left to right: Mrs. Natalie McComb, Nancy
Murphy, Sandra Shuker, Judith Sullivan, Mary O'Connell, Sandra Paza, Janet Lyons, and Jane Heffeman.
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CHARLES A. WHEELER
Comple+e Insurance Service
206 NORTH MAIN ST. MANSFIELD
Tel. ED 9-899l -8992
FOXBORO COAL 8: OIL CO
29 Wall S+., Rear
TEL. Ki 3-5336
Nighis. Sundays, and Holidays
Natural Gas Is Best
tor Cooking, Refrigeration
Water Heating and Heating
Best Wishes Catering to Wedding
BAY S-I-A-I-E DRUG STORE Receptions and Banquets
TEL. KI. 3-2650
355 SOUTH ST. FOXBORO
ED PEAVEYIS CompIimen+s
AUTO REPAIRS of
HIGH ST. FOXBORO
Congrafulafions 'ro 'I'I1e Class of '59
FOXBCRO SAVINGS BAN K
COMPO CHEMICAL CO.
THE LORD FOX
Drive-In Savings Convenience
FOXBORO FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
I CENTRAL sT. Foxaolzo
FOXBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT
+o +he class of '59
FRANCIS E. LEBARON, M.D.
D. M. SUPPLY, INC.
Lumber and Builders Supplies
395 Oakland SI.
MANSEIELD TEL. ED. 9-Io9z
HOME PRODUCTS GARFIELD ST. FOXBORO
WHITE SWAN MOTEL
Main S+- Fofbofo TI-IE GAARD MOTEL
SMH-HIS "Clean as a Clinic"
FLYING A ROUTE I . FOXBORO
SERVICE STATION K" 3"'3"8
MILTON O. E. sMITI-I STAN?
Fuel Oil- Heafing Sysfems
Sales - Oil Burners - Service
SCH U LZ'S DAIRY
GREEN STREET FOXBORO
ST. MARK'S ,
Y'P'F' ,, Z, I
DR. SHERWOOD W. STEERE
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SHARON 92 BH 9 SI I MAss. MILADY S
WILLIAM T. McALONEY From +I-ge
Masfef Elecffician FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS
uso MECHANIC STREET FOXBORO OF
PINE ACRES ROAD
BURTON L. HERMAN
'NSURANCE GREENLEAF FARMS
80 Federal S1'ree'l' Room 809
ROBERTS' FUNERAL HOMES
FOXBORO. MEDFIELD. MILLIS
Tel. Ki. 3-547l
RED FOX MOTEL
RT. I FOXBORO
Com pIimenI's of
CHI KAPPA ZETA
Firsf BapI'is+ Church
JOHN H. NEWTON
I8 SOUTH ST. FOXBORO
I if Congrafulaiions
I' Q Io I'he Class of I959
'M 'I K A is FFOITI Ihe
In 1 , FOXBORO
Y R fy
' s , FURNITURE COMPANY
!,,.8-EHR 'lvxyi J an "Where our Dreams Become eali
F ERNAN DES
MORSE AND FORESTER'S
DR. LOUIS POLANSKY
Veferinarian Dachshund Puppies
ALL BREEDS ROUTE I06
VICINO BUICK CO.
CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE
4 NO. MAIN ST. Ed. 9-7742
OUlMET'S DRUG STORE
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
"Known Wherever There Are Schools and CoIIeges"
CLASS RINGS AND PINS
Commencemenf Invi+a+ions-Diplomas-PersonaI Cards
Club Insignia-Medals and Trophies
TRAILER COURT DUPREE S TEXACO
TEL. EDgewood 9-9060
C"m"'ime"+S of VINCENT'S BEAUTY SALON
PAWCK LY0N'5 AND BARBER SHOP
GREENHOUSES 70 CENTRAL STREET EOXBORO
HALE'S DIN ER
Bed Wishes Complimenfs
NICHOLAS NARDELLI STORK DIAPER
H Complimenis of
BOATS AND MOTORS CURTIS MILLER
NEPONSET LAKE FOXBORO MASS.
MARGARET K. DCNOVAN .
REALTCR Comphmenfs of
22 Main S+ree1', Foxboro, Mass.
Office-Ki 3-5I2I ROUTE I WRENTHAM
Home -Ki 3-2I22
. SERVICE CENTER
Dnner-Res+auran'I' R + I F b
W'en+"-im JIM coNBoY, Prop.
ROUTE I NORTH ATTLEBORO
PAUL MITRANO, INC.
I2 PRATT ST. MANSFIELD
Phone Ed. 9-8937-9-8938
CompIimen+s of Class gf l959
SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. FARRINGTON
MANSFIELD MASS. TEXOL CORPORATION
AUTO PARTS GLENMERE
Tel. EVergreen 4-3536
COU NTRY DAY CAMP
FRANCIS A. BURNS, M.D.
R ESTAU RANT
LAROSE HOMESTYLE CANDIES CUMEY 5 CLEANERS
ROUTE I NORWOOD, MASS.
Candies Made and Sold on Ihe Premises
DR. E. PLONOWSKI
STERLING MFG. CO.
WAYNE'S CROFT MOTEL
AND MOTOR COURT
ROUTE 1 Ki 3-5666 Foxaoko
' F. J. RIZZO Complimems
REAL ESTATE of
FOXBORO MASS' RED WING DINER
Focvory alignment of the MXAO Controller - the insvrumenl thc! iniroduced the first reliable,
close-tolerance control for industrial processing.
makes a better
. . . or Foxboro
REG U S PAY OFF.
Creative Design and Manufacture of Instruments and Instrument Systems
for Measurement and Control of Process Variables. The Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Mass., U. S. A.
DARLING'S GRINDING SERVICE
Lawnmowers and Engines Repaired
To Ihe Graduaiing Class of '59
May Ihe Years Before You Be as Happy as Those Jus'I Pasf.
FOXBORO REAL ESTATE
FOXBORO MOTEL BAKERY
SHOE STORE FURNITURE CO.
43 PARK ST. A1'rLEBoRo MANSHELD MASS'
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC
sr. MARY's CHURCH
JU N IOR C LASS
FAIRBANK CONGDON CO.
Sales and Seryice
6 SOUTH ST. TEL. Ki 3-54I0 FOXBORO
Bes+ Wishes fo +he Class of '59
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
DEVINE'S MOTOR SALES
Sales and Service
New Englond's Largest School Photographers
WE SALUTE YOU
Congralulalions and besl of luclc. We al' Loring's are proud of 'l'he
parl' we have had in helping lo malce your class book a permanenl'
reminder of your school years, recording wilh pholographs one of 'lhe
happiesl' and mosl exciling limes of your life. We hope l'ha'l', iusl' as
you have chosen us as your class pholographer, you will conlinue 'lo
lhinlc of Loring Sludios when you wanl' pholographs fo help you remember
olher momenlous days lo come. When you choose Loring porlrails, you
are sure of l'he 'Finesl' craflsmanship al' 'lhe mosl' moderale prices.
CUNEO'S HEADD-IN DINER
DECLEMENTE'S SUPERIOR MARKET
GROSSMAN'S GAYLON BEAUTY SALON
OLD CORNER STORE FINDLEY'S MARKET
ALMA'S RESTAURANT TIBBITS
ART'S ATLANTIC STATION CANDELA FARM
HUGO'S SERVICE STATION JIMMIE'S BARBER SHOP
CARROLL CUT RATE LITTLE SHOP
ROAD SAINTS DR. SCHPINER
SWIFT'S FLYING A SERVICE POLYGONS
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