Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1952

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School associations and friendships have contributed greatly to individual and group development and are of permanent interest and value. May the members of the Class of 1952 enjoy health, happiness and prosperity. May they contribute abun- dantly to the life and welfare of their respective homes and communities. ibecbcafion ,,-.W , - , , In appreciation of many years of superior instruction in the classroom and careful assistance in extra-curricular activities we gratefully dedicate this issue of the PHILOMATH to MR. GEORGE LUNDBERG The knowledge of history and the principles of good citizenship which he has imparted to us with understanding and humor will guide us well as we take our places in the world. I '." ff' V MATHELIATICSZ front row, left to right: Miss Mary Hobbs, Mr. Winthrop G. Smith, Miss Nancy Fordg yetotztl row, left to right: Mr. Curtis C. Brooks, Mr. Michael Vodoklys, Mr. Francis Galvani. f I SCIENCE: front row, left to right: Mr. John Meegan, Mr. Alton W. Bush, Mr. Winthrop G. Smithg ,fefotzd rout, left to right: Mr. Michael Vodoklys, Miss Mary Garrahan, Mr. john Novak. SOCIAL STUDIES: front row, left to right: Mr. Fred- erick Bayes, Miss Mildred P. Ellisg recom! rout, left to right: Mr. Richard H. Charles, Mr. George D. Lundberg, Mr. john H. Daniels. 6 PX MANUAL TRAINING: left to right: Mr. Otto Salak Mr. Hubert Edmond. PRINCIPAL AND STAFF: left to right: Mrs. Thomas McConnon, Mr. Mayo M. Magoon, Miss Pearl Oliva LANGUAGE: left to right: Miss Mary Cunningham Miss Marion A. Benton, Miss janet Apperson. I 'rr SUPERINTENDENT AND STAFF! left to right: Miss Henrietta Bottinelli, Mr. Richard N. Anketell, Miss Bertha D. Lightbody, Miss Nira Lavallee. Z ART AND HOUSEHOLD ART: left to right: Miss Mary Geoghegan, Miss Helen H. Leland, Miss Alice H. Richardson. ENGLISH: front row, left to right: Miss Elizabeth Lathrop, Miss Priscilla March, Miss Angelina Ducasg Jeroml rout, left to right: Miss Alta Estabrook, Miss Desire Goldsmith, Mr. George Keville. COMMERCIAL: left to right: Mr. Arthur L. Ross, Miss M. Alice Stanton, Miss Anna K. Kirby, Miss Mary T. O'Hare. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: left to right: Mr. Nicholas Morris, Mr. Arthur L. jones, Miss Carolyn Parren, Mr. Frederick Janes, M. William Summers. 7 it ..v"' 196i gmail Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Robert Cavanagh ASSISTANT EDITOR: William Dickson ART John Lager, Ch. PICTURES Ann Terry, Ch. Patricia McLaughlin john Montesi Carole Ahern Betty Anne Terp Ann Butler Maureen Desmond Alice Marie Keaney Paula Gosselin Arlene Scansaroli TYPISTS Elsie Weigert Myrtise Remick Louise Gardelli BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE Edith Berry, Ch. Virginia Du.gin Beverly Foster Mary Ann Butler Eileen Amati joan Brovelli john Pellegri Donald Horan Melvin Foster Albert DeCristoforo Dorothy Healy John Dwyer Richard Burke Richard Boiardi .gn .xdlalorecia fion The PHILOMATH Staff wishes to express its appreciation to: Mr. George j, Keville for his guidance and assistance as PHILOMATH aclxisor Mr. George D. Lundberg for his management of the advertising staff Mr. Leland Gray for the class photographsg Mr. Sheldon Glew and David Robinson for their excellent pictures of school activitiesg Our sponsors and advertisers, and all others who have contributed in any way to the making of this yearbook. X mn 15 1' 0 I ,f3Fra1minglgam,gllPIassz1rlqusett5 Ellis Q1 ertifies Qflyat Class of 1952 has cumpletvh the course uf stuhg prcscriheh bg the Srhuul Qlummittee H1121 is tlqvrvfore atnarheh this Vx I XQQASXNQXYX' jwwi :N N9 iw? 55- Q' XQQYQQKKAQ X X x JIT fG,V95fi1ItU1IQ 333l191'PUf, me have affixeh our signaiures. 3111112 12, 1552 . Q "f, :,:, 'V:l 1 H , W ' Q Iiilliwm . Chnirm nf nal ffnmmii : A-U fintmmnt U' - . Q H., I - KA 'I I f0np0 mo0 I ' jerreiarg nf asrhnnl ffnmmxifee Q ..-:fn1f4-w.f1:::f11L.- inripnl MH.- f enior fain .fgcluirior 1 kg 8, S zz MISS DESIRE GOLDSMITH To Miss G ld ' 0 smith, the class of 1952 extends its rat't d fo 1 ' " ' g 1 u e and appreciation r ier instructive counsel in conducting our Class activities. AF' 14"-' '47 af President enior JOHN MONTESI In jwhyrlrr, be'5 IL'lC'l1flh'l.', A5 Preridenl and jul, be'J lerrijic. Student Council Z, 3, 43 S. C. Exec. Comm. 23 Philomath St.ifT 43 Aeronautics Club 23 Sports 33 Chemistry Club, President 3, 43 Class President 3, 43 Prom Ticket Comm, 23 Hospitality Comm. 23 Christmas Drive 23 Salvation Army Food Drive 43 Ticket Chairman Football Dance 33 Delegate of American Legion to Boy's State 33 Student Govern- ment Day, Representative to Bos- ton 43 Publicity Comm. Chair- man Senior Play 4. ofa... ALBERT DeCRIS'l'OFORO Mllllj' ia hear! was b7'UkL'Il by Al, Sfill in all, bfi' e1'ez'yrn1e'J pal. Student Council 43 Marshall 3, 43 M. Otiicer, Capt. 43 M. Exec. Comm. 43 Student Crier Staff 43 Philomath Staff 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4 "F"3 Basketball Manager 43 Aero- nautics Club 23 Sports 33 Cam- paign Manager 23 Vice-Presi- dent 43 Glee Club 23 Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Capella Choir 3, 43 Football Patrol Chairman 43 Football Ticket Comm. 33 Christmas Project 3, 43 Record I-lop 33 Gym Ex. 33 Senior Soph. Ticket Comm. 43 Senior Soph. Entertainment Comm. 4. 149 Vice-President JUDITH BULIUNG Cute and fweel from bead lo Iver, She will lafzre friendr wlaerezfer the goes. Student Council 43 M. Ex. Comm. 3, Second Lt.3 Basket- ball 3, 4 "F"3 Dramatic Club, President 33 Field Hockey 3, 4 "F", Class Seccretary 3, 43 Gen- eral Prom Comm. 33 Nominating Comm. 3, 43 Majorette 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Comm. 43 Christmas Project 2, 3, 43 Senior Soph. Dance Usher 33 Football Dance, Usher 4. 'K-I Secretary Treasurer JOAN HALLIDAY "Kellie" um popular wilhozzt any fun, It'.r bard 10 my bow much .rlae nzemzr 10 ur. Student Council 2, 3, 43 SC. Ex. Comm. 3, 43 Vice-President 35 Recording Secretary 43 Adv. Statt 3, 4g District Manager 43 Basketball, Varsity and Intra- mural 3, 4 Field Hockey 3, 4 "F", Dramatics Club 23 Class Treasurer 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Christ- mas Project 23 Delegate Spring- Held Convention 23 Delegate Everett Convention 33 Delegate Brookline Convention 33 Senior Soph. Ticket Comm. 33 Football Dance Comm. 33 Record Hop Comm. 33 Publicity Comm. Rec- ord HOP 35 Polio Drive 33 Lost and Found Comm. 33 jr. Nomi- nating Comm. 33 Prom Usher 33 General Comm. Graduation 43 Publicity Comm. Senior Play 43 General Comm. Class Night 4. 11 Q? .xg N I O nf fi FRED ABLONDI Tall .ind lanky, lJe'r our man, For iz jul, he'5 really grand. Basketball 23 Baseball 2, 33 Cur- rent Events Club 23 Sports Club 43 Property Comm. Senior Play 43 Senior-Soph Dance Patrol 43 Class Night Toast 43 Christmas boxes 3, 4. DOROTHY ALLEN Willy, playful, full of fun, She cheerfully greeted everyone. Marshal 33 Intramural Basket- ball 43 Dramatics Club 23 Sports Club 33 Music Club 4g Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 All State Festival 3, 43 Lunch Room Cashier 3, 43 Christmas Project 4. To the tune of "Halls of Ivy" O, deaf gld H, S., SHIRLEY ALPERT Her dark brown eyef, ber runny Jlnile, Make ber friendrbip worzln your zrbile. Lost and Found 23 Dramatics 23 Charm Club 33 Christmas Pro- ject 23 Glee Club 2, 33 Orches- tra 2, 3. jOHN ANDREOLA Snmll of 51.1f1n'e, big of heart, Social rlndiei are lf!! url. Golf 3, -lg Aeronautics Club 33 Safe Drivers Club 33 Chemistry Club -13 Ticket Comm. for Sen- ior Play -ig Cushing Hospital i' Boxes 23 Chairman for Christmas Boxes 33 Christ- mas Project -1. I2 EILEEN AMATI Good-naiured Perry, alwayr 4 Jrream, You know iz joke'.f roming when you ree fha! gleam. Marshal 33 Philomath Staff 4g Basketball 3, 43 Softball 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Basketball "F"3 Secretary and Treasurer of Soph Dramatic Club 23 Sports Club, Band 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Lost and Found Dept. 43 Christmas Proj- ect 3, 43 junior Prom Ticket Comm. 33 Floor Manager of Food Sale 43 Care Packages 43 Gym Exhibition 3, 43 Chairman of Senior Banquet 43 Reception Comm. of Senior-Soph Dance 4. ELEANORA ANTOBENEDETTO A beller girl you roz4ldn'l fnd, Sheff zfery Jnmll, bu! ba: iz good mind. Broadcasting Club 43 Art Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Q pd' 1,v,N iv-7 fl ,res CAROLE AHERN A pleamnt girl ufilb eye! of blue, Friendly, likeable and zferralile, loo. Student Council 3, 43 Picture Comm., Philomath Staff 43 Ad- vertising Staff, District Manager 43 Varsity and Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 4 "F"3 Tennis 3, 43 awarded Tennis3 Dramatics 23 Library Service Club 3, 4g Safe Drivers Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Senior-Soph Ticket Comm. 33 Football Dance Public- ity Comm. 33 Sophomore Hop Ticket Comm. 33 Food Sale Comm. 33 Lost and Found Comm. 33 Co-chairman Prom Refreshments 33 Usher Senior- Soph Dance 43 Senior Play Cast 43 Representative Everett Con- vention 33 Senior Nominating Comm. 43 General Comm. Grad- uation 43 General Comm. Class Night 43 Bloodmobile Worker 33 Christmas Projects 3, 4. RICHARD ALLEN Dirk ir quief, a lillle Jlvy, Bu! in our opinion, lJe'J quiie iz guy. Rifle Club 3. ,Q BARBARA ATKINSON SYLVIA ATXWELL A high honor rtudezzt with Sylvia seemed to he walking on taleutr galore, . Hifi, Acting, drawing, and many So dignified loohnzg, and 111078. pleiuurilly fair. Lost and Found Comm. 35 Grad- Safe Drivers Clubg Music Club, uation Decoration Comm. 35 Glee Club 3. Christmas Project 2, 45 Football Decorating Comm. 45 All State Band 45 Senior Play Usher 45 Basketball 4g Tennis 3, 4, "F"5 Archery 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Christmas Choir 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Dra- matics 25 Half-Time Club 4. ELIZABETH BALLARD Hair of hlarh, eyer of hrown, Har this girl, who'r known all around. Dramatics Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 5, 4. CLAIRE BARDEN Claire provider fuzz in every way, That'J why u'e're glad to ree her erery day. Basketball 3, 45 Field Hockey 35 Softball 3, 45 Archeryg Camera Club 35 Library Service Club 45 Art Clubg Member of Senior Play Cast. I kkgpie The time to leave draws near 'aa RONALD BARNEY With a pleasing mamzer and wimziug rutile, He maker one happy all the while. Marshal 45 Baseball 35 Football 2, 45 Ice Hockey 3, 4g "F" in Ice Hockey 3, 45 and Football 45 Projectors Club 25 Sports Club 3, 4 fPresidentj. Gradua- tion Ticket Comm.5 Lost and Found in 2285 Senior-Soph Pa- trol Comm., Christmas Projects. RICHARD BELLI Dirk played guitar and played it real jazzy, He'5 awfully rute, and drerrer quite snazzy. Vocational School. its " fi HUGH BARTELS -IR. Although harhethall if hir delight, He thiuhr girly are quite all right. Basketball 45 Baseball 45 Broad- casting Club 4. HENRY BELLOLI Hat1h'r iz guy with .z lot of htzozvledge, Say! he'J a "grad" of Vocational College. Vocational School5 Football 2, 35 13 EDITH BERRY Personality plus, an acirerf 100, A laleizled uriler, a friend .fo lrue. Student Council 43 Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 43 Philomath Staff 43 Chairman Biography and Verse Committee3 Field Hockey 33 Dra- matic Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Christ- mas Project 2, 3, 43 Rep. of Red Cross 33 Usher Football Dance 3, 43 Rep. to N.E.S.P.A. Convention 33 Publicity for Rec- ord Hop 33 Publicity for Senior- Soph Dance 43 Chm. Refresh- ment Comm. Football Dance 43 Senior Play Cast 43 Senior Class Prophet 43 jr. Prom Dec. 3. PAULINE BIANCHI Arzifzic, prelly, perrormlily plur, On lbir, no one disagrees with ur. Student Crier 3, 43 Mgr. 43 Cam- era Club 43 Chairman Prom Dec. 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Project 2, 43 Ticket Committee, Football Dance 23 Record Hop Publicity 33 Senior-Soph Usher 43 Senior-Soph Publicity 33 Foot- ball Dance Dec. Comm. 33 Dec- oration for all State Music 43 Concert-Chairman 4. ELDA BERTUZZI When in time 10 lake a quiz, Elda surely if iz whiz. Philomath Typistg Student Crier Typist 3, 43 Student Crier Staff 43 Basketball 43 Charm Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Football Dance Publicity 33 Sophomore Hop Tickets 33 Prom Refresh- ments 33 Graduation Usher 33 Senior-Soph Usher 43 Football Dance Refreshments 43 Christ- mas Decorations 43 Usher Senior Play-Chairman 43 Usher for jack Daniels Testimonial 4. EVERETT BLOIS JR. Dark brown bizir, 1101 loo tall, He'J a friend lo wie and all. Safe Drivers 23 Camera Club3 Chemistry Clllbi Glee Club. 2' X-ev gf You'fve taught us to be noble l-l RICHARD BOIARDI sf' 311 -5 cl 3 FRED BORTOLUSSI Talkatizfe, mischievous, friendly, At barkeiball, Bar! doer excel, full, For an all-aramid fellow, be Jure Dirk bar the feather: always 011 the run. is Jwell. Vocational School3 Basketball 4, Vocational School3 Football 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Glee Club Z, 3, 43 Voc. Student Government 4. NINA BOURETTE lVillJ a Jezzre of humor mrely foiwd, lf: .ro pleamnt 10 bare ber around. Dramatics Club 23 junior Dra- matics 33 Charm Club 43 Christ- mas Project 33 Archery3 Gym Ex- hibition. THERESA BONWEN Alwnyr .flllilillg and full of fun, "Terry" :maker a bi! with ererywze. Basketball 23 Broadcasting Club 23 Dramatics 33 Charm 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Student Crier Typist 43 Chairman of Red Crossg Christmas Box Chairmang Cashier 2, 33 Christmas Projects 4. ANNE BUTLER Anne ir iz girl ufbo mer ber brain, Her many frierzdrblpr make one big rbain. Marshal 33 Stud. Crier Staff 43 Philomath Staff 43 Adv. Staff 43 Picture Committeeg Basketball 3, 4, "F"3 Capt. Intramural Bas- ketballg Tennis 3, 4, "F"3 Arch- ery 3, 43 Badminton 3, 43 Dra- matic Club 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Graduation Decoration Committee 33 Red Cross Com- mittee 33 Christmas Projectsg Chairman Reformatory Commit- 1663 Senior Play Property Com- mitteeg Bloodmobile Worker 33 H.R. Secretary 2. NORMA BUZZELL Hair of gold, rule and petite, Tblr rombirzaliozz rmfz be benz. Knitting Clubg Safe Drivers Clubg Charm Club3 Glee ClUb3 Christmas Project 3, 4. 1 H? JOAN BROVELLI Lovely, dvliwze, iufcel, rinrere, A girl ya1r'll remember lbrongb .111 your yeiuxs. Student Council 23 Philomath Staff 43 Basketball 33 Dramatic Club 23 Knitting Club 33 Sports Club 43 Prom Ticket Committee 33 Graduating Ticket Committee 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Red Cross 23 Christmas Proect 2, 33 Testimon- ial Usher 3. RICHARD BRYANT Dickk n boy wbo newer rays die, If lbere'r arzylbing Io do, be will zry. Rifle Clubg Aeronautics Club3 Glee Clubg Graduation Ticket Committee. and be true. MARY ANN BUTLER Allbozzgb "Burt" if qzzile pelite, Every ounce ir awfully rweez. Marshal 3, 43 Dramatics 2, 33 Library Service Club3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects3 Sen- ior-Soph Ticket Committee3 Red Cross Representative 33 Prom Publicity Committee 33 Senior Play Cast3 Football Dance Usher- ing Committeeg Nominating Committee 4. JAMES CANNING Here'J u lad wilb zz ligbl- bearled air, Nez-'er bolbered by worry or care. Baseball 23 Football 23 Ice Hockey 23 Current Events Club Club 23 Sports Club 3, 43 Sen- ior Prom Ticket Committeeg French Projects 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3. IRENE BRUNING Her eyer are like lbe rbier of blue, To everyone, Irene if lrzze. Stud. Crier Staffg Stud. Crier Typist 43 Philomath Typist 43 Knitting Club 33 junior Prom Usher 33 Senior-Soph Ticket Committee 43 Basketball 43 Grad- uation Usher 3. RICHARD BURKE Wilb 41 ready :mile and a roving eye, . He maker many 41 dumrel rlgb. Student Council 43 Marshal 33 Basketball 3, 4, "F"3 Baseball 3, 43 Track 3, 43 President Safe Drivers Club 33 Rifle Club 43 Vice Pres. jr. Class 33 Book Cover Committeeg Prom Refresh- ment Committee 33 Class Nom- inating Committee 3, 43 Class General Committee 3, 43 French Class Boxes 23 Campaign Man- ager 31 Cap and Gown Commit- teeg Club Committee Chairman 43 Sr. Play Properties Comm. 43 Sr-Soph Dance Patrol Comm. 43 Football Dance Lighting Comm. 4. -ef- K 15 1 Q RICHARD CARR A real ,vbarp dreirer if Ibii guy, Allbmzgb be nzay :III il, be'r 2101 fery rby. Glee Club. MAPREEN CASHMAN Sure! .md fue in .111 tmgel if ibe. No lrzrer friwid wuld Ibbl? ever be. Dramatic Club 25 Dramatic Club Secretary 35 Charm Club 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Chairman of Reel Cross Drive 35 Polio Drive Chairman 35 Gratluation Decor- ating Comm. 35 Badminton 35 Football Dance lfsher -ig Senior Play Prompter -i5 Christmas Pro- ject 4. I6 JANICE CANTALUPO RICHARD CAPALUCCI Here ir a boy known far and wide In lzir alhlelic fealr, we lake great pride. A nice girl wilb iz wiiizzing Jmile, 11760 keepr them lazzglzing all Ike while. Philomath Typist 45 Philomath Vocational Schoolg Football 2, Sponsorship Comm.5 Student 3, Crier Typist 3, 45 Dramatic Club 25 Charm Club 32 Camera Club 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Christmas Choir 45 jack Daniels Testimonial Usher 35 Christmas Decorations 2, 35 Photograph Contest fRep.J 35 Prom Refreshment Comm. 35 Christmas Project 35 Driver Edu- cation 4. ANN CAREY DAVID CARLIN Fldffflflg "fd lmff lla! fbi! gal, A :rue friend indeed, and on we Try and and a better pal. rgye, About our forerer smiling Dave. Knitting Club 25 Charm Club 45 Glee Clllb 2, 3, 43 Ch1'iSim2iS Gun Clubg Glee Club. Projects 4. You are the teacher of RICHARD CARTER Many i1zz'.1z'd,r bar fllij boy made, H15 mm-le in Ike rrbmil will newer jude. Marshal 2, 35 Marshal Othcer 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4, "Fug Base- ball 2, 3, 4, "F"5 Football 2, 3, 4, "F"5 Truck 2, 3, "F"5 Aeronautics5 Sports 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CAVANAGI-I Bob U billlllj' imd "Ilu"' .rrbuol wnilor, He'J l'K7'J fmp11l.1rin1dIbe I'lvil1m1.rfl1 edilor. hiarshal 2, 35 Student Crier Stall' 3, 45 Pbilomatb Stall 45 Editor- in-Cliief-Philomath 45 Football 2, 3, Ai, "F"5 Class Lawyer 45 Ticket Comm. Soph Dance 25 Ticket Comm. Football Dance 2, 35 Ticket Comm. Prom 25 Patrol Comm. Football Dante 25 Amer- iean Legion OI'.lIUl'lCAll Contest 35 Delegate to Boys' State 35 Cliairman Prom Publitity Comm. 35 Homeroom Cliristmas Projects 35 Sophomore Elections Comm. 35 Clubs Comm. 35 Senior Play Cast -I. 9 l I 'ffl . n , 5 1 . ll 1 ll ELIZABETH CHAPLIN BETTY ANN CICERONI Her ready wit and cheery smile, Make her friendship more worth while. Basketball 33 Knitting Club 23 President Knitting Club 33 Stu- dent Crier Typist 33 Lunchroom Cashier 3, 4. PAUL COLARUSSO Handsome and pleasant is our Paul, Flirtations with girls, true friend of all. Safe Drivers, Beginner 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g A Cappella Choir 43 Senior Class Banquet 43 Chairman for Publicity, Senior- Soph. Dance 43 Christmas Seal Project3 Federation, All State Choir 4. ff 'lx Q, X , 9 'JZ E f"' ' 1 UH! . Betty has a winning smile, That won't he forgotten for quite a while. SUMNER COLGAN Always ready to he your friend, He will he loyal to the end. Rilie Club 2, 33 Traflic Survey 3. The home and land I love, EDWARD COLLINS "Eddie" winds up with the speed of a rorhet There goes the eight-hall in the corner pocket, Vocational School3 Football 2, 3, ELLEN CONNORS She skates, dances, and plays 3 ball, An all-time fazioiite, a friend to a . Marshal 3, 43 Publications Typ- ist 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity "F"3 Field Hockey 23 Badmin- ton 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2, Vice-President 33 Sports Club Secretary 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Drum Majorette 3, 43 Music Festival Ticket Comm. 33 H.R. Chairman Red Cross 2, 33 Lost and Found 2, 33 Christmas Proj- ects 3, 43 Chairman Graduation Ushering Comm. 33 Football Dance Usher 33 Grand March Comm. 33 Senior-Soph Dance Usher 43 Philomath Advertising Staff 4g "Clubs" Comm. 43 Base- ball 43 jr. Class Play 33 Usher at Testimonial. CAROL CONN ELLY She always met you with a smile, And ronstantly dressed in the latest style. Student Crier Typist 43 Philo- math 43 Sophomore Dramatic Club 23 Charm Club 33 Safe Drivers Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Ticket Comm. Senior-Soph Dance 23 Senior Play Ushering Comm. 4. MARY CORBIERE We'll remember that voice of Mary, It's quality hest, its manner rheery. Charm Club 23 Homeroom Chair- man for Christmas Projectsg Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 33 A Cappella Choir 43 Home- room Chairman for March of Dimes. 17 ROBERT COSMAN Boh'J the drumzzzer in our swing hand, And al golf, he ruler quize a hand. Golf 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Rhythmaires 4j Intramural Basketball 33 Sal- vation Army Comm. 4. ELAINE CRIPPS A deep lhinher, no time for dreaming, To her e1'ery word had iz rperial meazzing. Safe Drivers Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3. i. JOSEPH COWERN If there if .fomelhing new, "joey" will Iry it We .111 agree he'J quiie 1 rio!! Vocational Schoolg Vocational Student Government 4. DONALD CROATTI "HdIIdI07ll6 Dan," the murcle 111.111, Chaser girly ar fail 415 he mu. Basketball 2, 3, 43 "F"3 Baseball 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Football 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Track 43 Sports Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 3, 43 jr. Nominating Comm. 33 Red Cross 33 Senior Sophomore Patrol 2, 3. f r H, 231. V ' I, ' . U' ' 'T K f -1:'1Qf11' -' 4.4 .3-A..-,. . 4 I . ' A Wg. X, nl A A 3 Q . 10,1 sl' . ag 41,1 .lil 5 A IA . -nw' .A,.1:.:, i A n'.A,l'.l' 'X .Alla .A As' 'Sa I 1. . . .A . x.. -or fry The immortal old Red, White DIANE CUDDY Though Jhe was quiel, one lhing ir rlearg 0 all we knew, no one um .c f Q Q l 4-'V "tv - r X 1 Z., I8 more Jizzcere. Dramatic's Club 23 Charm Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Christmas Projects 23 Drivers Education 4. EUGENE DALLAMORA Gene if himdrome, and alxo 716111, He has perromzlizy fha! ruff: he heal. Camera Club 33 Latin Bulletin Board Comm. 33 Christmas Pro- jects 33 Senior Soph Patrol Comm. 2. XV' 4 9 JAMES MICHAEL CURLEY Tall and bil2ld.f07I16 if lhix .fmoolh guy, My, oh my, how he makes lhe girl! Jigh. Student Council 33 Football 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Sports Club 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Chairman of Display for Christ- mas Projects 33 Red Cross Comm. 3. JOAN DAVIS Failhfnlzlefi lo all her puli, If a frail of this young gal. Aeronautic Club 2, SCCICIIHFYQ junior Dramatic Club 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Christmas Projects 23 Football Dance Usher 33 Senior Play Usher 4. Q 45 MY 401' STANLEY DENSMORE A Jilent boy u'i1la iz "Model A," A Jwell friend anyone will my. Football 2g Ice Hockey 23 Track 2, 33 Safe Drivers Club3 Model Clubg Glee Club 2, 3. ROBERT DESLEY An able editor of our publimliony. Famour for wil and lezzgllyy omiiom. Co-Editor Student Crier 4g Broadcasting 23 Class Prophet 43 Homeroom Christmas Project 23 Senior Play Cast 4g Cap and Gowns 3. x .R F rg I .of 3' A l ...H f fl r, T7 MARY Dc-C 'C Dlflf CllARl,lZS Del.ONG Life fcZ'L'llIL'6J briglflcr, r.l1't'fr't'e ""l1er1,J'Ul1 WC' 575-l"lf4', IIC"-f and guy, llllltllly cxlllllg. She lafz jay belvirid .flung the 314! he ricrer forgt'1'i rl cheery 1l'Lly, g7'c'c'!lI1g. Student Crier Typistg junior Dra- Rifle Club! UIUC, Club! Gfilnd matic Clubg Glge Club 2, 33 A March 33 Christmas Activity. Capella Choir 43 Projectors Club 23 Sports Club 4. SUZANNE DeMILLER Suzmnze ir quiet, Sizzaune if Jzweel, A friendly girl tba! fzllfl be beat. Dramatic Club 2, 33 Music Ap- preciation Club 4g Christmas Projects 2, 3. and Blue. MARY DeSl-IAXW Cure and neu! from bead zo toef, Her rmile and flhlflll gen lot: of beizzzx. Basketballg Field Hockeyg Soft- ballg Dramatic Club 23 Charm Club3 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Christ- mas Project 2. MAUREEN DESMOND Prelly flflnlzreerz it always .fo nent From lloe mp of ber bend rigbf down lo ber feel. Marshal 3, 43 Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 4g Philomath Staff 43 Adv. Staff 43 Tennis 43 Dramatic Club, Secretary 23 Prom Grand March Comm. 33 Graduation Usher 33 Glee Club 2. 3, 43 Lost and Found H.R. Rep. 23 Senior Soph Ticket Comm. 23 Polio Drive 33 Football Dance Ticket Comm. 33 Christmas Pro- jects 2, 3, 43 Record Hop Ticket Comm. 33 Sophomore Handbook 33 Senior Play Properties Comm. Comm. 43 Chairman, Class Gift and Comm. 43 Co-Chairman En- tertainment Comm. Student Crier Dance 4. fl .. ew 1 , vcr-'xA lg rftfiifisf-If-, V , s, V 'cults'-'tixxk l Sli3f'f2vl'. 36. 'WU RICHARD DENHAM Although Dirk may be My and hill, Wherezfer' be ir, llaere'r fuzz for all. Aeronautics 23 Rifle Club-Vice President 33 Camera Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Festi- val Comm. 33 Senior Play Ticket Comm. 43 Cap and Gown Comm. 33 Prom Comm. 3. le if 19 49 PATRICIA DOWD Hair of brozvn, and rofl blue eyer, Pu! nmher a hi! with all lhe guyr. Basketball' 2, Dramatic Clubg Safe Drivers Club 2, 33 Ticket Comm. "Record Hop"3 Glee Club 2, 3: Homeroom Rep. for Lost and Found. JOHN FRANCIS DUNN If! Ihe Red Son: john doe! frnrc, Abou! them, on und on he'd 1 ire. 20 WILLIAM DICKSON Billy har ull you rould uvznl in a boy, Plus being flue Senior Play'J pride and joy. Student Council 2, 3. 43 S. C. Othcer 3, 41 S. C. Exec. Comm. 3, 43 Stud. Crier Stall 2, 3, 43 Philomath Staff 43 Assistant Edi- Sports Editor Basketball 23 tor Philomath 43 Student Crier 43 Baseball 23 Football 2, 3, Capt.3 Football 4, "F"3 Chairman Soph- omore Elections 33 Chairman Publicity Christmas Project 31 Glee Club 2, 43 Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3. 43 Ticket Comm. Football Dance 33 Chairman Ticket Committee Football Dance 43 General Comm. Prom 33 Patrol Sopho- more Hop and Prom 33 Class Prophet 43 Senior Play Cast 43 Nominating Comm. 3, 4. ARTHUR DION Though Ar! ir quiez and rnlher Jhy, All Ihe girlr gire him lhe eye. Rifle Club3 Model Airplane Club3 Glee Club 2, 3. And though the years go by, ELIZABETH DUNN Cheerful and friendly wilh alumzyr u rznile, Everyone liher her who know! her uzvhile. Basketball 3, dj Baseball 3, 43 Softball 3, 43 Basketball "F"3 Knitting Club 2. 33 Make-up Comm. 43 Christmas Project 33 Philomath Typist 43 Student Crier Typist 4. JOHN JOSEPH DUNN "jack lhe Ginn!-killer," lhe girli' lillle Pei, Il'.r rl zvondcr he'f not rough! Jw. Hockey Mgr.3 Projectors Club 23 Sports Club 3, -i. ,teak yd C27 J ANGELINA DiFRANCO A prelly girl u'ho'll uluuzyr rule, From her lhe boyr would like a dale. Marshal 3, 43 Lunchroom Mar- shal 3, 43 Basketball 33 Sports Club 43 Student Crier Typist 43 Dramatic Club-Pres. 33 Nominat- ing Comm.3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Polio Fund Comm. 23 Reception Comm. 4g Chairman of Red Cross Drive 23 Philomath Typist 43 Lost and Found Comm. 33 Cheerleader 43 Christmas Project 4. JEAN DONNELLY Prelly jean is lofi of fun, Her ,fllllle 11' known by ereryone. Student Crier Staff 33 Charm Club 33 Safe Drivers Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3. 1 f' 1 ROBERT DUNTON "Ba,f1lir1g Bob," :be gfdll pool Jbnrk. I11 lbif Jrhool, be'J made bis unite. Baseball. JOHN T. DXVYER, JR. "j.T." of Senior Play fame, Way our rlar of lbe Nalick Game. Philomath Staff 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 4, Football 3, Manager of Basketball 4, Football 4 "F", Dramatic Club 2, Program Man- ager 2, Broadcasting Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Volunteer at Broadcasting 2, Station of Cushing V.A. Hospi- tal 2, Senior Play Cast 4. 'UK' VIRGINIA DURGIN Gin ir a rbinxzrler, a new Millfzzl Berlc, She alwayr Am-gif ur in an bilariour whirl. Student Council 2, Marshal 4, Verse Comm. for Philomath Staff 4, Basketball 3, 4, Intra- mural to Varsity, Tennis 3, 4, Archery 3, Basketball and Tennis "F", Dramatics 2, Safe Drivers 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Chairman of Decorations for Prom 3, Food Sale 3, Chairman of Canned Foods for Christmas Project 3, Sophomore Hop Tickets, Chair- man of Publicity for Christmas Projects 4, Decorations Commit- tee for Football Dance 4, Class Gift Comm. 4. NATALIE EDELSTEIN Na! driver a nire yellow Pontiac, And af a drerrer, Joe doem't flare. Basketball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Charm Club 3, 4, French Package Committee 2, Christmas Project 3, Prom Refreshment 3. . 'X Q-A J' ri' '7 We'll still breathe a sigh, FRANCES EDGETT Fran if dreamy, and rl1e'J really flair, ' Erperially ufilb the boyf from Na-lick. Basketball, Charm Club, Dra- matic Club 3, Glee Club 3. ROBERT FALVEY The girl: all ,ray lJe's zfery Jlay, But Roberl, wolf! you tell u.r why? Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball and Track Sport Club 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 3. RICHARD ELDREDGE Helpful and pleasant ir our Dire, A belief friend you rouldn't pick. Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 3. RUTH FAZZARI Ruth ir quiet and very Jufeel. Knowing laer if quile a Heal. Badminton junior, Dramatics 2, Charm Club 3, Safe Drivers Be- ginning Club, Red Cross, Grad- uation Usher, Student Crier Iypistg Co-Captain of Lunch Table, Philomath Typist. A 21 ,. -fwia ,-.-.-..,,,...e, Y ,.,? -- EUGENE FEDOLFI He musl bare passed tbe six foot nzafk He's bigb and migbly - quile a spark. Vocational School. LOIS FLOOD Her golden bair, ber smile, ber wil, Uyilb ereryorze sbe stores a bif. "F" Band Award, Dramatic Club, Band 2. 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Swing Band 4, Mass. All- State Chorus 3, 4, Gym Exhibi- tion 3, 4, Senior Play Ticket Comm. 22 RICHARD FERRI He bas a gas slalion be does run, Bu! after ifs closed, does he bare fuzz! Marshal 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Safe Drivers Club, junior Nominating Comm., Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Traffic Survey, Grand March. GAIL FLYNN Sirzrere and sweet, wills a sparkling eye, On Gail, you can surely rely. Basketball 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, Softball 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Basketball Award, Knitting Club 2, Charm Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 4, Red Cross Homeroom Represen- tative 3, Philomath Typist 4. Af- 'II ,J 4 xt 3' 1 For we're the pupils of those joyous BEVERLY FOSTER A girl wills persozzalily plus, Bev is a fazforile wilb all of us. Marshal 4, Philomath Staff 4, Basketball 3, Field Hockey 3, Softball 3, Dramatics Club 2, Safe Drivers Club 3, Sports Club 4, Ushering Comm. Foot- ball Dance 3, Ushering Comm. junior Prom 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 3, 4, Home- room Christmas Decoration 2. MELVIN FOSTER Here's a boy, lean and fall, Disliked by none, friend lo ull. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Basketball Captain 4, "F" Basketball Award, Sports Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. DIANA FOSTER "D.j." lel ber bear! swing and sway, But alas, ber love sailed of to N orway. Philomath Staff 4, Basketball 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Badminton 3, Archery 3, 4, "F" Award in Basketball, Field Hockey, Dramatics Club 2, Safe Drivers Club 3, Sports Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Caps and Gowns Comm. 3, Christmas Project 2, 3, Red Cross Worker 3, Grad- uation Ticket Comm. 4, Candy Comm. Senior Play 4. ELLEN GALLIVAN Hair of brown, eyes brown loo, Elle11's a girl wbo's always true. Charm Club, Glee Club 3, 4 Christmas Project 2. Z.. QQ- . i at . nf' 1:95 X PAUL GIARDINI A rheerful lad, full of fun, Emizr good-will like ray: from the run. junior Dramatic Club Playg Glee Club 2, 3, 4. BRUCE GREALEY Smile! and lajff, he'J quite a guy. In our hallr, he rarer high. Marshal 45 Basketball 33 Base- ball 45 Football 45 "F" Track 45 Sports Clubg Patrol Comm. for Prom5 Senior-Soph. Patrol Comm.5 Glee Club 3. .v LOUISE GARDELLI Dia' you ever .fee an exprenion Jo runny? You can well imagme Louire war a honey. Student Crier Typist 3, 45 Philo- math Typist 45 Charm Club 35 Safe Drivers Club 45 Glee Club 2, 3. THOMAS GEOGHEGAN Alwayr a joke and a flashy tie, Thafr our Tom, a really Jwell guy' Marshal 2, 35 Basketball 35 Football 2, 35 Ice Hockey 2, 35 Track 3, 45 Track5 Projec- tor's Clubg Sports Club, Chair- man5 Glee Club 2, 35 Red Cross Comm.5 Senior-Soph. Dance Patrolg Publicity Comm. junior Promg junior Prom Patrol Comm.5 Campaign Manager 35 Caps and Gowns Comm.5 Intra- mural Basketballg Chairman of Graduation Day Worker's Comm. days gone hy. PAULA GOSSELIN Here'r a girl wilh a lol of joyr, She'J go! nire clolher, loohf, and hoyr. Philomath Staffg Adv. Staffg Safe Drivers Club5 Glee Club 3, 45 Chairman of Properties Comm. for Senior Playg Tennis 4. IRENE GROVER Became :he if rleoer and very Jinrere, Good lurk lo Irene in her rhoferz career. Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 45 Adv. Staff 45 Student Crier Typist 45 Soph. Dramatic Club 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projects 2, 45 Red Cross Comm. 33 Jun- ior Prom Ticket Comm. 35 Grad- uation Usher 35 Senior Play Usher 4. EDWARD GENTILI Ed ir quiel, hu! he ii wise. To rurcerr he'r rare lo rise. Rifle Clubg Model Airplane Club, Presidcnt5 Ticket Comm., Senior Play. PAULINE GERRISH Pauline, wilh her dare brown hazr, Cerfairzly maker the hoyr all Jlare. Basketball 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Dramatic Club 25 Band 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Grad- uation Usher 35 Gyrn Exhibition 3, 4. 23 , 'sg .nfs l . z' L fauna DOROTHY HEALY Honeft, Jinrere, gentle and hind, To all with trouhles, :he open: her mind. Marshal 2, 3, 43 Student Crier Staff 43 Philomath Staff 43 Ad- vertising Staff 43 Assistant Photographer for Crier and Phil- omath 43 Biography and Verse Comm, 43 Basketball 23 Tennis 43 Soph Dramatic Club 2, Vice President3 junior Dramatic Club 33 Nominating Comm. 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Christmas Projects 2, 33 Food Sale 3, 43 Senior-Soph Ticket Comm. 43 Graduation Usher 33 Philomath Candy Sale 4. POLLY HILLIARD Here ii u girl Jo .thy and tlemure, Never tt cron word ii heard from her. Sophomore Dramatic Club 23 junior Dramatic Club 33 Safe Drivers Club3 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 24 38 4 I- T. .1 . tv 'U' GERALD HALL jerry'J fart and raift he heat, For he if hnozrn uf "Hot-Rod Pete." Marshalg Ice Hockey 33 Sports Club3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christ- mas Projects. CHARLES HANSON "Chi1zhie" if the hoy with the good look: and Jmile, He'll he mined from here for tz long, long while. Marshal 43 Baseball 2, 33 Ice Hockey 2, 43 Rifle Club 3, 43 Intramural Basketball3 Christmas Projects 2, 3. Remember F. H. S., IRVING HILDRETH You may thine Irv u little thy, But really, he ii quite a guy. Junior Dramatic Club3 Rifle Club 4. RICHARD HILLIARD Though Jolemn. Dick Jometimer got whimfiral, And in our hand, he proved himself musical. Aeronautics Club 23 Band 2, 3, 43 State Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Cap and Gown Comm. 33 Christ- mas Projects 43 Ticket Comm. for Music Festival 4. .xl MF' ,tg L3 U 1 'VI' WILLIAM HALLORAN In hockey he if quite iz Jttzr, Billy if Jure to go quite fur. Marshal 43 Baseball 2, 33 Foot- ball 23 Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Sports Club 3, 43 Graduation Ticket Comm.3 Senior-Soph. Patrol. FAY HANSON Fay i1 cute and quite t1 rhirh, She sure wade tt big hit with Difh. Marshal 3, 43 Knitting Club 23 Charm Club 33 Polio Drive 43 Senior Soph Dance Ticket Comm. 23 Christmas Projects Comm. 2, 3, 43 Chairman of Graduation Decorating Comm. 33 Art 2. ., X ef, Y' 4? p 4 , 442' Q +I RONNIE HOBER She arrozizplirhed mnrh with nezfer iz hoart, To Ronnie we give a friendly 10.151, Senior Play Make-up Comm. 4, Chemistry Club 4, Basketball 3, 4, "F", Badminton 4, Archery 4, Tennis 4, Marshal 3, Dra- matic Club 2, 3, Lost and Found Committee 3, Red Cross Comm. 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 2, 3, March of Dimes 3. LOIS HOGAN She if cure and Jhe ir flick, AJ our cheer leader, rhe'5 guile a trick. Marshal 2, 3, Basketball 3, Field Hockey 3, Tennis 3, 4, Archery 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Charm Club 3, Sports Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Campaign Manager 3, Senior- Soph Dance, Ticket Comm. 3, Junior Prom, Ticket Comm. 3, Senior Soph Dance, Entertain- ment Comm. 4. ARTHUR HOGAN A7'l'f rl cu!-zip, uk' .ill ilgree, H11 miml if lnilrulzhhtl, hir .mul if free. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. SALLY HOGAN Maizy a friend doei rhe know, But her heart helongr za only joe. Knitting Club 2, Charm Club 33 Broadcasting Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Orchestra 2, Red Cross Comm. 2, Christmas Project 4. 33 nf' --Y ' I s i 111, 1 ' V '79-K We'll never let her down, 1 A 5' at Q , fr 7 .i JANICE HOLBROOK Her rommzcer keep her on lhe mn, She'r iz :rifle filly and heapr of fini. Marshal 3, Student Crier Staff 3, 4, Social Editor 4, Basketball, Varsity 3, 4, "F", Field Hockey 3, 4, Badminton 3, Dra- matic Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella Choir, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 4, Lost and Found Comm. 3, Football Dance Usher 3, Prom Publicity Comm. 3, Prom Grand March Comm. 52 Red Cross Worker 3, Food Sale Comm. 4, Senior Play Cast 4, All-State Chorus 4. DONALD HORAN Donny ir chi: and zfery neat, He giver the girly quile u treat. Marshal 4, Student Crier Staff 4, Philomath Staff 4, Baseball 3, 4, Football 2, Broadcasting Club 2, Sports Club 3, Football Dance, Ticket Comm. 3, 4, Sen- ior-Soph Dance, Patrol Comm. 3, 4, Christmas Project 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4, Class His- torian 4. ELIZABETH HOLLIS Nezfer Jlill, never quiet, lVhen "Pinhy'J" zzrouizd, lhere'.v aluvzyf 4 riot. Charm Club 3, Library Service Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Lunch Room Worker 2. ROBERT INSANI The girls nozired Bah was ralher shy, They alfa izolired he'r an all-around guy. Safe Drivers Club 3, Sports Club 4, Red Cross Comm. 4, Christmas Comm. 4. 25 ROBERT JOY He never objectf, be never complains He'5 always with you u'lJetlJer you lore or gain. Vocational School. IVER KENNEDY Earneft and quiet is tbir boy Whore presence we will alwayr enjoy. Polio Drive 3. 3 6 44 'I' .5 ,.,,,, I i 6 ALICE MARIE KEANEY Hair of black, eyes greenish-blue, Awfully Jilly, and loizdr of fun too. Philomath Staff 45 Basketball 45 Knitting Club 25 Christmas Pro- jects 25 Library Service Club 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Prompter 45 Lost and Found Comm.5 Gym Exhibition. WALTER KENNEDY JR. In farm and figurer be'J tt whiz, In any rubjeft, lae'r tops in tz quiz. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Baseball Awardg junior Nominating Comm. 35 Patrol Chairman Sen- ior-Soph Dance. S... 'Y For she's the Alma Mater 4 .11 26 ' r LOUISE KIMBALL Louiye ir iz girl wl1o'J very sweet, Here if someone yozfd like to meet. Dramatics Club 25 Charm Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Project 2. PAUL KING Tlaif it a boy, who baftft much to my, But all who know him like lair way. Sports Clubg Drivers Education. QY ,kph-.. 17. fi Q' 4, X ARTHUR KING JR. Art is quiet and rather Joy, But rumor lm: it, l1e': quite a guy. Student Council 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Treasurer 3: Christmas Drive 35 General Prom Comm. 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Chairman Soph. Reporting Comm. 45 Nominating Comm. 3: Lighting Comm. Chairman Christmas Dance 4. ROBERT KIRBY Tall, Jmart, good natufed too, Full of joker boils old and new. Vocational Schoolg Student Crier Staff 45 Good Government Rep- resentative Vocational Student Government 45 Graduation Ac- tivities 4. gf ' w 0+ N u M. ROSS LANDER "Rtzdiral Rory," the Jtudetztif rlvaire, A boy with bminr and a .fparklitzg voice. Radio Club 25 Sports Club 35 Red Cross Driveg Sound Effects for Senior Play. ELIZABETH LAVIN Pretty, Betty, with ber myrteriour rmile, Will very .roon walk down the airle. Knitting Club 25 Charm Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Driver's u. A M """"'NMN: P ' ,Q fat I i J il' PATRICIA KNAPP Alwuyr happy from day to clay, A friendly leur at warl: or play. Philomath 'I'ypist5 Student Crier Typistg Knitting Club 25 Charm Club 35 Senior Play Usher Comm., Glee Club 2. MARION KYLE Quiet Marion drerrer in style, SlJe'll alwayx flatly leer "Iptzmi' Jmile. Student Crier Staff 45 Student Crier Typist 45 Philomath Typist 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Field Hockey 35 Softball 35 Camera Club 35 Graduation Usher 35 Christmas Projects 4. 0 our dem' home town. SALVI LAQUIDARA JR. A gentlenztznlf mamzerr, and very refned, Alto a broad itztellertual mind. Rifle Club 35 junior Prom Dec- orating Comm. 35 Campaign Manager 3. MARY LORRAINE LEVANDOSKY She ix small and very rweet, SlJe'.r like an angel on ber feet. Co-Chairman of Senior-Soph En- tertainment Comm. 45 Christmas Projects 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Record Hop Refreshment Comm. 35 Music Festival Ticket Comm. 25 Grand March Comm. 3. .IAMES KNIGHT jimmy ii our mf!-wired mutt, Pbyiirr and his mx are his pltntf. Marshalg Marshal OlHcer5 Mar- shal Exec. Coming Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Orchestra 3, 45 Christmas Choir 3, 45 A Cap- pella Choir 3, 45 Chairman Ticket Comm. Senior Play. JOHN LAGER folm har laeapr of talent in art, And if loadr of fun with the gang, or apart. Art Chairman Philomath Staff 45 Cartoons for Student Crier 45 Aeronautics Club 25 Rifle Club 3: Chemistry Club 45 Class Gift Comm. 45 Nominating Comm. 45 junior Prom Decorating Comm. 35 Football Dance Dec- orating Comm.5 Christmas Pro- jects 4. ll, 1, l , , , I 9 ef E t 5 ...A ' -ii-'J f 27 an? RITA LYNCH Red riirly hair .ind 11 gretzl big Jlnile, Mizie lime .fpenl zviln Rim .seem 1l'UI'lh zwbile. Projectors 2, Camera Club 3g Sports Club 4, Glee Club 4, Christmas Project 3, Lunch Room 33 Cashier 43 Field Hockey 3, Softball 3g Basketball 3, 4. RAYMOND MAHONEY Ray if ti buy zvilb nmny ll friend, Hiy .11e1'm11.1lilytzndfnllienre make ,J pltmtuil blend. Aeronautics 2, Safe Drivers 3. 28 r . LOIS LOCKE Her pleasing may will lead 10 rucrerr, Her life will be filed with happinerr. Knitting Clubg Charm Clubg Music Appreciationg Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas Choir 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Student Crier Typistg Philomath Typistg All-State Chorus 3, 4. - 3' DAVID LONGWORTH Dizzle is quiet and friendly, ifr "i,,f mid, T? Rifler, not girlr, bald flair boy: A bead. Rifle Club. -. 5 P N A Fmmznglmm ! ! JEAN MAGOON Her deep red hair, ber Jnzile ro brigbl, Mizke knmving ber t1 real deligbi. Traffic Survey 25 Christmas Pro- jects 2g Planning Comm. 21 Dra- matic Club Zg All-State Chorus 3, 4g Senior Play Ticket Comm. 43 Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 35 Swing Band 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4. WALTER MAHONEY Tbore who know om' quiet lyclllyl, Know him indeed I0 be quile jolly. Ice Hockeyg Rifle Club, Sports Clubg Glee Club, Graduation ex- ercises. 5' '-sf .1 6 ,j 3 o Qfw I CHESTER LODGEN Clvefr 4 lzurinerr man, fri: and lari, lVe're .rule llmt hir glory goef on from llae pan. Sport Clubg Glee Club. CHARLES LUNDBERG Claurk ir rule and on the beam, A150 caplain of our lwrkey leam. Broadcasting 2, Marshal 4, Ice Hockey 2, 33 Captain 4, Prom Ticket Comm. 2, 33 Prom Patrol Comm. 3, Christmas Pro- ject 2, 3, 4, Football Dance Patrol. X WILLIAM MANNING Intelligent Bill taker off like a rorhet, There goes the eight-hall in the ride porhet. Ice Hockey 2, 33 Safe Drivers Club3 Aeronautic Club3 Lost and Found fH.R.,Q Representative Senior Play Properties Comm. RUTH MARSHALL A nite difporilioiz and a pleareizt Jmile, Make her frieizdfhip 1'ery worth while. Advertising Staff 43 Dramatics 23 Charm 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Cap- pella Choir 3. 43 All-State Chorus 9, 43 Cap and Gown Comm. 33 Graduation Usher 33 Senior Play Usher 4g Senior Ban- quet Comm. 4. Nm. rI'1'-5 ' - i FRANK IVIARDEN A really nite guy with quite a line, Bat yet the girlr think he'J jnft haze. Basketball 33 Track 43 Safe Drivers 33 Sports Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Red Cross CHR. Repre- sentativej. JANE MAZZOLI A friendly girl with a heart of gold, A worth-while friend, Jo we are told. Charm 33 Safe Drivers Clubg Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Choir 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Christmas Decoration 23 Christ- mas Projects3 Homeroom Chair- man3 Football Dance Refresh- ments Comm.3 Senior Play Cast3 All State Festival. 'W F ff H. 1. 1 ,fav A-4 Af- RICHARD MCDONALD Hit ahility in sporty would mahe you-sigh, And away from rportr, Jtill a Jwell guy. Baseball 43 Football 3, 43 Sports Club 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Lost and Found 23 Decorating for Graduationg junior Prom Comm. Sophomore Patrolg Food Sale Decorations. HARPER MCGAUGHEY No hopeful plans were hoartfal hy Red, lVhat he wanted to do, he did imtead. I-'JV .I -6 A - 3 '5 rip: --' 1: '52 I i 1" Z .E 'fa gr A AUDREY McFARLAND Audrey'5 a girl with an incerfazzt giggle Who alto har an interesting - Intramural Basketball 33 Field Hockey 33 Dramatics Club 23 Safe Drivers Club 33 Charm Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Record Hop Publicity Comm. 32 Record Hop Record Comm. 32 Food Sale 33 Football Dance Refreshment Comm. 43 Student Publications Adv. Comm. 4. DAVID MCGOVERN Daz-fe war always very quiet, Perhaps he war on a Jpeahing diet. Glee Club. 29 DONALD MCGRATH A plearanl Jniile and dirporilion. Here'.r a lad u'lllJ lol! of anzbilion. Sport Club 3, Secretary 43 Prom Patrol3 Christmas Project 3, 43 Easter Fund Campaign 33 Ticket Comm. Senior Play3 Gym Exhi- bition3 Banquet Committee 43 Patrol Senior Sophomore Dance. CHESLEY McKENZIE Tbey fall bim "Cbarlie" and ' alfa "Mar," W'berezfer be goef, lbey will ufanl bim bark. Sports Club 33 Rifle Club 43 Pa- trol Football Dance 23 Glee Club 43 Patrol Senior-Sophomore Dance 23 Homeroom Basketball 33 Basketball 23 Baseball 23 Easter Fund Campaign 3. JANET MCGUIRE Sbe'J Jo rbeerful and willy llaal ufe'1'e all found, Sbe'.f alwayr fun lo bane around. Dramatics Club 23 Safe Drivers Club 33 Library Service 43 Senior Play Committee 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 43 Christmas Projects3 A Cappella 43 Home- room Chairman March of Dimes 33 Cap and Gown Comm. 33 Red Cross Comm. 3. PATRICIA McLAUGHLIN Beauly and brain! are a rare rombinalion, Add a Jparkling mzile-you've gol a renralion. Student Council 3, 43 Philomath Staff 43 Basketball 33 Library Service, Vice-Presiclent3 Safe Driver's Club 33 Vice-President3 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 43 Dra- matics 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Prom Ticket Comm. 23 Senior Sophomore Ticket Comm. 23 Food Sale 23 Publicity Chair- man Football Dance 33 Junior Nominating Comm. 33 General Comm. 33 Ticket Comm. Record Hop 33 Senior Nominating Comm.3 Class Prophetg D.A.R. Delegate. Q17-7 O, dear old F. H. S., -an Q.. ie 1 Jai 5.1 30 LUCILLE MEOMARTINO Lury if willy, prelly, and fun, A beller friend could nol be won. Basketball 3, 43 Charm Club 33 Knitting Club 23 Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 3, 43 All- State Chorus 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 All-State Festival in Everett 4g Christmas Project 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Decorating Committee 33 Red Cross Com- mittee 23 Senior Play Makeup Comm. 43 Student Crier Typist 43 Refreshment Comm. Football Dance 43 Philomath Typist 4. JAMES MERLONI JR. "Tinny'r" alwayr lolr of fun, He rarer lopr wilb everyone. Intramural Basketball 33 Safe Drivers Club 33 Sports Club 4g Aeronautics Club 23 Christmas Project 2. E Tv JOHN MERCER Six fool four and ligbl brown bair, You'll be Jeeing bim around, everywbere. Sports Club 43 Glee Club 23 Vocational 2, 3. JOAN MERUSI An aulo bar lo be made of Jleel, Wberz joan taker over lbe dri1'er'J wheel. Advertising Staff 43 Basketball 43 Tennis 35 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Sports Club 43 Homeroom Chairman Polio Drive 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Prom Ticket Comm. 33 Student Crier Typist 33 Record Hop Patrol 33 Prom Refreshment Comm. 33 Sopho- more Hop Ticket Comm. 3: Prom Decorations Comm. 33 Chairman Sophomore Hand- book 4. -4 1 S' 1 " i , , A x 'O I Z 1 1, it it ,fi of KENNETH MORINI Kerr if tall and z'ery rhy, Still he maker many a girl iigh. Baseball 3, 43 Sport Club 3 ANN MUDDLE She may he petite, hut hay does the rate, She'r jurt the girl the hoyf want to date. Marshal 43 Safe Driver's Clubg Senior-Soph Dance Comm.3 Band 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Head Majorette 4. CHARLES MESPELLI Chueh hai' hrorwi eyei and wavy hair, H15 Jmile rayr, "ll7aru1ng-girlr heware."' Basketball 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Track 3, "F"3 Dramatic Club 33 Safe Driver's Club, President 43 Red Cross Comm. 33 Christmas Projetts 33 Gym Exhibition 3, 43 Care Pack- ages Comm. JANET MOORE Thi! girl har hrainr, and we'll agree, Someday a great .fzzrresr Jhe'll he. Adv. Staff, Student Crier3 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Field Hockey 33 Dramatic Club 23 Broadcasting Club 33 Safe Driv- er's Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Tratlic Survey 23 French Pack- ages 2, 3, 43 Infantile Paralysis Drive Comm. 33 Refreshment Comm., Record Hop 33 Senior Play Cast 4. The time to leave draws near JOYCE MORRILL She ir rweet in every way, With alwayi a friendly word to ray. Student Crier Typist 43 Philo- math Typist 43 Basketball 33 Dramatic Club 23 Charm Club 43 Glee Club 23 Usher at Senior Play 4. PATRICIA MULLEN Dear to our hearty, held in high erteem, Pleafarzt to all war thit little qzzeerz. Marshalg Stud. Crier Staff 43 Dramatic Club, Vice Pres.3 Charm Club3 Library Service Club 3, 43 jr. Nominating Comm.3 Prom Ticket C0mU1.Q Christmas Projects 2, 33 Sr. Play Publicity Comm.3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Traffic Survey3 Football Dance Ticket COHWIILQ Drum Majorette 3, 4. -an-9' I GF DOROTHY MOORE Thif girl indeetl has razfoir faire, Play deep hlav eyes ana' dark hroufn hair. Basketball 3, 4, Manager, "F"3 Field Hockey 33 Arthery 3, 4, "F"3 Dramatic Club 23 Charm Club 33 Photography Club 43 jr. Nominating Comm. 33 Grad- uation Usher 33 Glce Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Lost and Found Representative 33 Red Cross Drive 23 Infantile Paralysis Drive 3. RICHARD MORI Although "Dirk" may he rhy and :mall Wherever he is, there if fun for all. Vocational School. xt 1 . 35? AQ 'tar 31 .sup- ,- 'Pi Va Ap, ,P 'x SYLVIA NICOLORO Here's a girl u'bo's on ber way, Sl2e'll be a greaz surress some day. Charm Clubg Broadcasting Clubg Glee Club. ROBERT OLIVER Bob's a friend il ran be fold, Because be has a bear! of gold. Vocational School. 32 'ff an .YL ' -05 Q ff' Af . ,f A , . JEANNETTE MUNYON Her sparkling smile is kzzouvz to all, Wka!'s Ike answer? Il7by, its Paul. Student Crier Typist 3, 4g Philo- math Typist 4g Dramatics 2g Charm Club 3g Homeroom Rep- resentative for Polio, Glee Club 2, 3. MARGARET NAGLE Plare all good deeds close togellfer, That describes Peggy to the letter. Student Crier Staff 3, 43 C0- Editor of Crier 43 Current Events 25 French Package Project 2g March of Dimes Comm. 3g Christmas Project 3. You'1fe taught us to be noble RICHARD NORTON Dirk, we all know, is quile a boy, His aulo is his pride and joy. Football 4g Aeronautics Club 2' Rifle Club 3. 9 ROBERT ORLANDO Looking for laughs? lVell l1ere's a plan, Gel lo know "Fer1u'irk," for lJe's llae man. Baseball ZQ Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Red Cross Comm. 2g Christmas Comm. 2g Traffic Survey 2. x FRANCIS MURI At lable 52, Fra1z's a stream, And with the girls, be's quite a dream. Student Council 4g Baseball 2, 3, "F", 4, Football 2, 45 Ice Hockey 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 4, Aeronautics Club 25 Sports Club 33 Chemistry Club 4g Foot- ball 'Dance Ticket Comm. 2, 43 Prom Ticket Comm. 2g Salvation Army Drive 35 junior Prom Pa- trol Comm. 3, CCO-Chairmanj' 7 Senior-Soph Ticket Comm. 4' Book Cover Comm. Chairmang Soph Reporting Comm. 4, Sen- ior Play Ticket Comm. 4g Christ- mas Projects Comm. 4g Nomi- nating Comm. 4. JOHN NELSON Tall of slaiure, wirls ialent galore, Add persorzalizy, could you ask for more? Safe Drivers Club 3g Sports Club 43 Glee Club 2, 43 Christ- mas Choir 3g A Cappella Choir 3, Lost and Found 2g Cap and Gown Comm. 3. -O --r 7-Q f, 2 ,M PETER PARADIS Peter i.fn't really Jby, He'.f proclaimed by all, a likeable guy. Projector Club 2, Rifle Club 3, Chemistry Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN PASCUCCI "PaJky" if lbe girly' big razfe, He'.f tbe twin tba! doeJn't Jbtwe. Marshal 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Track 3, Music Appreciation Vice Presi- dent, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cap- pella Choir 4. LLOYD PARKER JR. Here'5 a lad Jo full of fun, Many a jriendfbip be bar won. Aeronautics Club, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Cl'-lb 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4. ROBERT PASCUCCI Allalete Bob ir a bandrozne boy, He'r tbe ofire pride and joy. Marshal 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F" in Baseball 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, "F" in Basketball, Broadcasting Club, Sports Club, Glee Club 3. I 'H af' -2 4 f """' f 2, 1 5 6 'ff-f 4: X , I his and be true. If KATE PATCH Sweet, rby, but full of fun, Kate if lozfed by everyone. Basketball 3, Tennis 3, Dramat- ics Club 2, Safe Drivers Club 3, 4, Senior-Soph Ticket Com- mittee 2, Red Cross Drive 2, 3, Polio Fund Drive Chairman 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4. JOHN PELLEGR1 In look! and rnannerr, be is king, g He'.f our borkey team'.f rzgbl wing. Baseball 2, Football 2, Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F" Ice Hockey and Baseball 4, Dramatics Club 3, Sports Club 4, Nominating Committee 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Music Festival 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Glee Club 4. 1 JOANNE PAVIA Good looking and poiyed, .rbe needr no more, Sbe if a likeable gal with Juitorr galore. Student Crier Staff 3, 4, Basket- ball 4, Charm Club Vice Presi- dent 3, Library Service Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Photograph Contest-Rule Committee 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Red Cross 2, Christmas Decorations 2, 3, 4, Prom Decorations 3. DOROTHY PETERSEN With ber brain, it'r not bard to gueu, Dot IJ bound to be a ruccerx. Dramatics Club 2, Safe Drivers Club 3, Library Service 4, Grad- uation Decoration Comm. 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Trallic Survey 2, French Packages 2, Christmas Projects 2, 4, Make- up Committee for Senior Play 4. 33 RONALD PHIPPS "Ron" ir rule, "Ron" ir ymall, A :well guy-he'r top: with ur all. Vocational Schoolg Voc. Student Government Chairman 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MARIE PICCININI Her plearing manner, her plearant way, Shorter: long hourr during the day. Knitting Club 33 Charm Club 45 Glee Club. 'iv .3 MADELINE PICCININI A radiant smile rhiner on her face, Thi: girl ir porrerred of murh poife and grace. Knitting Club 35 Charm Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. PIGNOLO Muyifian, poet. orator 100, Remembering hir talentr, what f0uldn't jafh do? Trackg Aeronautics Clubg Broad- casting Club, Chairmang Leader of Rythmairesg Christmas Radio Programg Senior Play Ticket Comm. Jar You are the teacher of 34 I? ALICE PIPER She'.r alwayr remained plearant to all, So petite and neat, our "China Doll." Dramatic Club ZQ Safe Drivers Club 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ADELMO PONTREMOLI Here'r a hay who'.r rather rhy, We wonder what girl will catch his eye. Sports Club 3, 4g Special Comm.g Red Cross, Christmas Projects. MADLYN PIZZERI Madlyn': pretty, rweet, and tall, She made many a strong hay fall. Student Council 33 Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4g Field Hockey 3g Softball 4g Ten- nis 4g Christmas Comm. 2, 35 Graduation Decorations Comm. 3g Prom Refreshment Comm. 39 Senior Soph Ticket Comm. 33 Football Dance Ticket Comm. 35 Chairman Senior-Soph Refresh- ment Comm. 4g Special Grand March, Prom. PAULINE PONZIO 5he'll make you laugh, but never cry, With her .tense of humor, .rhe'll get hy. Field Hockey 4g Safe Drivers Club 35 Charm Club 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Prom Comm. 35 Gym Exhibition 3. -avf,.ar 'ii MICHEAL QUIRK A girl with a .smile thafs big and bright, To all her friends, "Mihe'J" iz delight. Basketball 3, 43 "F" Tennis 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Charm Club 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Graduation Usher 33 Christmas Projects 4. SHIRLEY READ All who know Sherry are z'ery fond Of thi: cure and lizfely little hlomle. Marshal 3, 43 Basketball 3, 4, "F" Field Hockey 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Sports Club 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Badminton 33 Lost and Found Comm. 43 Graduation Ticket Comm. 43 Gym Exhibi- tion 3, 43 Christmas Projects 3. 43 Assistant Chairman March of Dimes 33 Prom Refreshment Comm. 33 Graduation Ushering Comm. 3. 4 "ff 'P ak av The home and PHILIP READ Phil if hamlrome, Phil if heerz, A rzirer hoy you hrzz'ezz'l reerz. Marshal 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Photographers 23 Sports 3, 4 Jr. Nominating Comm. 3. CAROL REICHERT A rule litlle girl u'i1h rl lllflled- up 12015, She always maker friends whererer .the goei. Marshal 43 Lunchroom Marshal 43 Student Crier Typist 3, 43 Philomath Typist 43 Treasurer Dramatic Club 23 President Charm Club 33 President Camera Club 43 Refreshment Comm. Prom 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Ticket Comm. Music Festival 33 jr. Prom Grand March 3g Grad- uation Usher 33 Football Dance Publicity Comm. 33 Senior-Soph Ticket Comm. 33 Christmas Pro- jects 2, 33 Cheerleader 43 Class Toast 43 Red Cross 2, 3, 43 March of Dimes 3. s LUCILLE PGTENZA A qlllel girl with lol! of poise, RICHARD PRESERVATI "Dirh'.r" offer: seen in his V , - ,A , -I n ' ll . I , She r 1 hz! u 11h Ihr girls .md Willy! Ulf hoyi. Traveling Fmmnzghurrz-near and far. Publications typist 3, 43 Dra- matic Club 23 Charm Club 33 Camera Club 43 Christmas Proj- ect Comm. 33 Red Cross Comm. 23 Graduation Usher 33 Senior Play Usher 43 Prom Ticket Comm. 33 Basketball 4. BARBARA PRINCE Azz active flair leader, Jo lhozzghlful, ye! hep, There'llalu'r1yJ he room in our hear!! for "Pep," Student Council 2, 3, 43 Cor- responding Secretary 43 Student Council Executive Comm. 43 Ad- vertising Staff 3, 43 C0-Chaip man of Advertising Staff 43 Basketball 33 Field Hockey 33 Dramatics Club, President 23 Camera Club Chairman 33 Chair- man of jr. Prom Ushers 33 Nominating Commf 3, 43 Gen- eral Comm. 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Project 2, 33 Lost and Found Comm. 2, 33 Football Dance Usher 43 Chairman 43 Record Hop Chairman 3. land I love, ,rg . if t I ,Q 7 Vocational School. ELEANOR QUINZANI Cule and charming, full of fun, She'5 ez friend of everyone. Secretary Dramatic Club 23 Bloodmobile 33 Marshal 33 Charm Club 33 Planning Comm. 33 Senior-Soph Refreshment Comm. 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 junior Prom Usher 33 Archery 33 Field Hockey 43 Chairman of Christmas Project 43 Student Crier Staff 43 Drum Majorette 3, 43 Graduation Tickets Chair- man 43 School Publications Ad- vertising Staff 4j Grand March Comm. 3. lt 'iii Ar f 4... 71 35 - 7 ., 3, -,lk ,. ,, J. . .2956 -c... - 'N RICHARD ROTELLI A wonderful huddy from a long way hack, There irn't anything that this boy larhs. Marshal 43 Safe Driver Club Treasurer 33 Chemistry Club 43 Chairman Stage and Lighting Comm. Senior Play 4g Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Student Council Representative for Sal- vation Army Christmas Project 4. JOHN SAARINEN When in rlarr, he'r awfully quiet, But onre oulride, he'r really a riot. Caps and Gowns Comm. 33 Christmas Projects 2. 36 1 ID MYRTISE REMICK "DuJlj!Jll friendly and quite Jinrere, To all her paly, rhe ir Very dear. Student Council Convention at Wellesley3 Student Crier Typist 3, 43 Philomath Typist 43 Charm Club 33 Library Service Club 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Senior Play Usher 3. JOANNE ROBINSON She won many frieizdr hy her wzrzrouze way, At the right time Jeriaur, at the right time gay. Knitting Club 23 Charm Club 33 President of Library Service Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Lost and Found 23 Graduation Ticket Comm. 4g Prom Committee 33 junior Red Cross Drive 3. The immortal old Red, White J. ARTHUR ROY Aft is known ar a Carazlozfa, For he flirty with girly ozfer and over. Rifle Club 3, 43 H. R. Repre- sentative' for Red Cross 4. EUGENE SALTI Small in Jize, hui a faithful friend, Gene? happnzefr will nezfer end. Sports Club. 1' A I 6. fi. ,y . . l .1 DAVID ROBINSON Dave ir the .rwellert guy, to he Jure, He also ir our high Jrhool photographer. Student Crier Photographerg Philomath Photographerg Mana- ger Trackg Broadcasting Club3 Photography Club3 Senior-Soph Dance Patrol Comm. GERTRUDE ROGERS Geri ir rule and quite a drzzzrer, With her George, rhe'.f quite a fomanrer. Student Crier Typist 43 Philo- math 43 Club Comm. 3, 43 Sec- retary Charm Club 33 Knitting Club President 23 All-State Choir 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Christ- mas Choir 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 junior Prom Re- ceiving Comm. 33 Red Cross Comm. 23 Salvation Army Comm. 23 Senior Class Makeup Comm. 43 Football Dance Re- freshment Comm. 43 junior Prom Grand March 3. P' MARY SARNO Lighl brown hair, eye: that Jhme. A friend lhat'J lrue, lhir lair II hne. Basketball 35 Field Hockey 35 Softball 45 Charm Club 35 Vice- President5 junior Red Cross Comm. 25 Christmas Projects Chairman 3, 45 Homeroom Lost and Found Representative 35 Senior Play Makeup Comm., Chairman 45 Hoomeroom Repre- sentative for March of Dimes 4. ARLENE SCANSAROLI A lively girl who? always around, A nicer perron roizldzft he found. Stud. Crier Stag 2. 3. 45 Philo- math Staff 45 Basketball 3, 45 Field Hockey 35 Softball 3. 45 Tennis 35 Projectors Club5 Glee Club 25 Senior-Soph Ticket Comm. 35 Gym Exhibitions 35 Senior-Soph Refreshments 45 Christmas Projects 35 Red Cross Chairman, Decorations Student Crier Dance 4. Wh, .J 'V -8' I ROBERT SCAGNELLI Boh'f .renre of humor and huoyan! ,mzile lVill ,roinerliiy fame him lo walk down lhe airle. Vocational School. FRANK SNOW JR. Keen of wil, quick uiizb a quip, A Jnappy drerrer. he ture if a pip. Marshal 35 Football 25 Dramat- ics Club 35 Safe Drivers Club 45 Glee Club 2. 3, 45 Christmas Choir 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Gym Exhibition 35 Senior- Soph. Patrol Comm. 45 Intra- mural Basketball 3. ,F-V 3. gr 1 6 We and Blue. f"'N 2 ,N -- PRISCILLA SPENCER We all know a surrerr the will he, For wha! the doer, fhe doe! perferlly. Student Crier Adv. Staff 25 Stu- dent Crier Typist 3. 45 Field Hockey 35 Tennis 45 Badminton 45 Dramatic Club 25 Charm Club 35 Knitting Clubl Football Dance Refreshment Comm. 25 Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Christmas Choir 45 A Cappella Choir 45 Philomath Typist 45 Gym Ex- hibition 35 Christmas Projects 2, 35 Senior Play Cast 4. VERNON SPRINGER Full of joker if our fun-loving Vern, Many laurelr he will earn. Track 3. 4. "F"5 Aviation Club 25 Rifle Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Christmas Projects 25 Trafhc Survey 25 Intramural Basketball 35 Gym Exhibition 3, 45 Senior- Soph. Patrol 4. -4 j in 'W 31 JANE SPERANZA A very :mall package with a very high voice, For rome young man, Jhe'll he a good chaife. Dramatic Club 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projects 3. CLAYTON STEVENS A way with lhe galf, :hir guy ran Make wilh the woo, a real ladiet' man. Safe Drivers Club 3, 45 Vice- President 45 Planning Comm. 35 Christmas Projects 2, 35 Prom Ticket Comm. 2, 35 Prom Patrol 35 Senior-Soph. Patrol 4. 37 -IOHN STEVENS johnny it .nn.1ll, lm! tl lmifelblzll Jltlf, He d7'lI'FJ Nlilllj' .1 neu' "G.1l'I." mr. Student Crier Stat? 43 Basketball 2, 3, -i3 Baseball 3, -lg Track 2, 4g Aeronautics 23 Band 2, 33 French Projects 23 Prom Patrol 33 Music Festival 2, 3. DAVID SUGARMAN A Jwell player in all kind! of sporty, On zlae feld, on ire, or on the rourlr. Track Manager 2, 3, 4g Broad- casting Club, Beginningg Sportsg Christmas Projects 2. 4 K 38 RITA STEVENS He.1r ringing Llllgxlfcf .ind 61 friendly mll? llyell, you Lnuu' 1b.zl Ri1r1'J in llve ball. Marshal 33 Adv. Stall' 33 District MHHHECFQ Tennis 33 Safe Drivers Club3 Glee Club 33 Prom Ticket Comm. 33 Lunchroom Marshal3 Christmas Projectg Rec- ord I-lop3 Student Crier Typistg Food Saleg Polio Drive3 Red Crossg Library Service 4g Usher Senior-Soph -l3 Softball 43 Prom Comm. 2. JOHN SUSSENBERGER In our fltzfr we lure a lad Whore purpore if never to be Jud. Vocational School3 Vocational Student Government 43 Gradua- tion Activities 4. l , . Q A74 And though the years go by, A is ,gi I 3' f. THOMAS SWEENEY lVillJ a senre of laumor llml lafried never, Tbir joking fellow wax nzigbly clever. Aeronautics Club 23 Safe Driv- ers Club 33 Sports Club 4g Music Festival ficket C0mm.3 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Intra- mural Basketball 3. WILLIAM TAGLIAFERRI Loi! of folk! would milk I1 mile fmt lo ,ree our ll"illy nnile. Track 3 "F"3 Aeronautics Club3 Sports Club3 Glee Club 3, 4. WALTER TAFT Wally har brainy, lJi.f cbararlefx Irue. He'.r .ture 4 fredii 10 '52, Safe Drivers Club 33 Sports Club 43 Prom Patrol 33 Ticket Chair- man for Lrraduation 4g Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 2, 3, 4g A Cappella Lhoir 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 4. ARTHUR TELLO Ar! it wiiiy every day, Sincere and friendly in every way. Music Appreciation Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 23 Patrol, Senior-Soph Dance. LORRAIN E TOGNACCI Little Lorraine ir very rnzart, What .rhe doer, rhe doer from the heart. Knitting Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Safe Drivers Beginners 4, Graduation Usher 3, Red Cross 35 Student Crier Typist 4, Philo- math Typist 4. JAMES TURNER Our handrome, popular hockey rtar, jim'r a hoy who'J .ture to go far. Marshal, Marshal Oflicer, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Football, Ice Hockey 4 Broadcasting Club, Vice President, Sports Club 3, Chair- man 4. ELIZABETH ANNIE TERP Ar pure .11 vnozzf ir our Bcity To lem! a hand theft aluwyr ready. Broadcasting Club 2, Music Ap- preciation Club, Secretary 3, Sports Club 4, Field Hockey "F" 3, 4, Badminton 3, Basket- ball "F" 3, 4, Co-Chairman of Publicity Comm. Record Hop 3, Candy Comm. for Senior Play 4, Picture Comm. for Philomath Staff 4, Glee Club 2, 3, All- State Choirs 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Banquet Comm. 4. DIANE THOMBS Golden hair, rrnile ro roy, She it F.H.S.'5 joy. Dramatic Club, Charm Club, Glee Club 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 4, Philomath Typist 4. We'll still breathe a sigh, RALPH TOMASSINI Short and chunky, hut fart on skater, A star in hockey, well-liked hy hir mater. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4 Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4 Current Events 2, Sports Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Homeroom Chairman 2. JANET TWOMEY Intelligent, murical, very pretty, She'll go, with piano, to the big, hig, city. Dramatic Club 2, Charm Club 3, Music Appreciation Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Swing Band 4, Ushering Comm. for Prom 3, Driver's Education 4. AN N TERRY She .fhirzcfr in sports, lhir lively gal, Perrourrlily flllllfrl lctfflpt' pal. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Chair- man of Picture Comm. Philo- math Stall' -lg Basketball 3, 4, Softball 3, Tennis 3, 4, "F", Basketball Captain 4, Sports Club 3, Chemistry Club Secre- tary 4, Chairman Cap and Gown Comm. 3, junior Nomi- nating Comm. for junior Prom 3, Senior Nominating Comm. General Comm. 4, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Christ- mas Projects 2, 4, Chairman of Food Sale 3, Lost and Found, Chairman 4. VIRGINIA TIMOTHY Becaure rhe always trier her her! We forerart "Nicky" will he a Jaccerr. Safe Drivers Club fBeginnersj 2, Chemistry Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Gradua- tion Usher 33 Make-up Comm. of Senior Play 4, Driver's Edu- cation 4, Christmas Projects 4. 'Q' , . D ,. .fp ' fa ul 39 ' 'T"'T" "T 'K is -rl 'fs ROGER WATTS A friendly hoy wilh a friendly way, He helps lo hrighlen erery day. Rifle Club 3. Joi-IN WEI.CH JR. jach'J a lad uiilh common seme. He has fini al lhe learhefr expense. Ice Hockey 2. 3, 45 Aeronautics 25 Safe Drivers 35 French Proj- ects 2, 3: Christmas Projects 35 Glee Club 3. 40 if Ir :I 0 -QQ JAMES UPTON All "CzzddleJ" frieudi find him full of fun, From break of day fill .felling sun. Marshal 45 Basketball 3, 4, "F"5 Baseball 35 Sports Club 45 Sen- ior Soph Dance Comm. 45 Senior Class Gift Comm. 45 Christmas Project QI-Iomeroom Chairmanj 4. HOLLIS REID WAGSTAFF JR He played lhe hawaii in Uncle joe'J hand, And ufe all fhinle he'J perfectly grand. Student Council 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Student Council Exec. Comm. 3, 45 Delegate to East- ern-Mass. Con. of S.C.5 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club 25 All-State Orchestra 2, 35 All-State Chorus 45 Base- ball 25 Track 35 Basketball 2, 35 Stud. Crier Member 3, 45 Football Dance Comm. 2, 35 Stu- dent Director of Band 45 Senior Play Cast 45 Nominating Comm. 3, 45 Toastmaster 45 Football Dance Comm. 2, 35 Soph. Hop Comm. 35 Senior Soph. Dance Comm. 45 A Cappella. BARBARA VOLPICELLI A prelty girl uiizh dramalic arls She really arls right from her heart. Tennis 45 Archery 33 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Camera Club tTreas- urerj 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Christ- mas Projects 2, 45 Red Cross Comm. 35 Prom Refreshment Comm. 35 Senior Play Make-up Comm. 45 Senior-Soph Refresh- ment Comm. 4. CARL WILSON WALKER Possessed of a mire rlrong and clear, Ar a singer, he had no peer. Music Appreciation Club 3. 45 i Glee Club 2. 3, 45 Christmas Choir 2. 3, Soloist 3. 45 A Cap- pella Choir 3, 45 All-State Music 5 Festival 3, 4. V For we're the pupils of those joyous 5 ELSIE WEIGERT She is top! in typing flats, Alwayr helpful is lhis zfery sweet lan. Philomath Typist 45 Student Crier Typist 3, 45 Camera 35 Broadcasting 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Sr. Play Usher 45 Typist at Wel- lesley Convention 35 Lunchroom 2. F. PATRICIA WES'I' To PJ! we with lhe greaf .rureesi Tha! always comer lo fhe rery hen. Library Servicc+Secrc-tary 3, 45 Broadcasting 25 Charm Club 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Christmas Proj- ects 25 Lunchroom 2. 1, I 4 ,X l SHIRLEY WESTCOTT Shir! is quiet and nire as fan he, She's rery pretty, as you ran see. Christmas Projects 4, Safe Driv- ers 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Charm Club 4. ELIZABETH WHITING Tall, pretty, full of fun, S1zzie's liked hy everyone. Marshal 4g Tennis 3, 45 Knitting Club 2g Christmas Comm. 2, 3, 4, Charm Club 33 Music Appre- ciation 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Prom Ushering Comm. Zz Dec- oration for Graduation Comm. 3g junior Red Cross Comm. 3, Polio Drive 43 Food Sale 43 Senior Play Cast. et 'tr CHARLES WHEELER A theery smile and ready wit- Ask for more? lVell he's got it. Marshal 45 Aeronautics Club 23 Safe Drivers 3g Glee Club 25 A Cappella Choir 3, 4. 416 4 , PETER WHITING -fsfw, In the classroom he's quite shy, But once outside, oh, watrh 5 that guy. ,HN E Ride Club 5. Glee Club 3. All- ""Jf F' U' State Choir 4g A Cappella Choir, , : f Safe Drivers, Advanced. K ,, J A' tx ,,,.. days gone I9 y. 'Q . FREDERICK WILLS Fred is tall, and good-looking too, lVith the girls, he's no taboo. Glee Club 3. OLGA ZAFFINO Very sweet, very neat, A little shy, and quite petite. Basketball 3, 4g Camera Club, Christmas Projectsg Student Crier Typist 3, 4, Philomath Typist 4. CAROLYN YOUNG There was such expression in Carolyrfs smile. That it left its impression for quite awhile. Dramatics Club 2g Charm Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Usher for Graduation. CAROL ZIMMERMAN Full of fun and always gay Though at the end, she'll still go a long way. Adv. Staff 45 Basketball 2, 33 Tennis 3, 4g Badminton 3, 45 Archery 3, 4, Charm Club 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, H.R. Chair- man, Red Cross 23 I-LR. Chair- man, Needy Family for Christ- mas Projects 35 Gym Exhibition 3, 4g Ushering, Graduation 33 Caps and Gowns Comm. 3g Sen- ior Play Properties Comm. 4. 41 'L' - - 3llii"I'Ll'!Y Excitement and confusion reigned at Framingham High School on September 7, in '49, as hundreds of eager and bewildered young students made their way through the maze of corridors in a mad rush for Jealf. fHa! Ha! Halj The eager students were no doubt those high and mighty juniors and seniors. Not altogether committing our- selves, just let us say, we were slightly bewildered! As the day passed, we were subject to cynical remarks, one for instance, the three-syllable word uttered in that unmistakably sarcastic tone- "S0pb0morer"! Could it be possible that we were once that derided, groveling rank of lowest humanity?? It was not long after dismissal on that memorable day when a member of our class displayed that his athletic abilities were a match for any of those of the upper- classmen, He was our Dick Carter, who ran, passed, and kicked with the best of them at football practice when the team worked out fOr should I say "war worked out"?j at the Bowditch Field. These athletic abilities didn't terminate with football, as he was tops in basketball, baseball, and track as well. In October the Senior-Soph dance was put on by the Seniors for us Sophomores. Then and there, at the welcoming party, we were offfcially accepted as members of high school society. Well we had our first glimpse of what a wonderful time could be had in high school, and then our thoughts turned to school work in preparation for those dreaded term exams. They weren't so bad after all, for we did live through them. On january 25, 1950, we, the Class of '52 became a constituent factor in the work- ing of our school government when the newly elected homeroom Student Council representatives were sworn in by the president in the "Chamber of Scholars," 110. "Honest" john Montesi was chosen by our representatives to be the sophomore on the executive committee. Now we were really on our way. With representation in the govern- ment of the school, we could organize our own committees and in every way provide our class with what was necessary in making it an important part of the school's under- takings. Upon returning from our February vacation on the 27th, we welcomed the dis- tinction of being the last sophomore class to stand while eating our lunch, for the new cafeteria was opened on that date. With this new addition, a new music room was af- forded us in place of the old lunchroom. The days passed, as they usually do, and election time finally rolled around. Many political speeches and slogans could be heard throughout the school, and amid the excite- ment, campaign promises were many. When the smoke had cleared from this memorable political contest, we had elected john Montesi as our president, Dick Burke, vice- president, Judy Buliung, secretary, and Arthur King, treasurer. With class ofiicers elected, marshals placed on the force, and representatives in Student Council, we were headed for great successes in the years to come, however, we deserved a vacation, and since it was quite warm in june, we willingly and readily accepted the rest. The vacation months passed quickly, as it seems they always do, and before we knew it, another school year had begun. We felt our importance in being on the first floor, which was the floor of activity. As the middle class, often called the committee class, we had many interesting programs ahead of us. It was our primary purpose as juniors to please the Seniors and make their last year at school one that they would al- ways remember. We not only aimed to please the Seniors, but also helped to bring happiness into the homes of the poor and needy by our very successful Christmas projects. The February vacation breezed by, and the greatest undertaking of our social year was at handfthe Junior Prom. Busy as beavers, our various committees worked hard under the guiding hand of our class advisor, Miss Desire Goldsmith, to make the prom one of the most spectacular and widely attended affairs of its kind in recent years. In the spring a young man's fancy turns to love, so they say, but instead our thoughts turned to elections. Once again the political hum could be heard everywhere, and colorful posters were very much in evidence. Candidates preparing speeches, slogan tags being worn, campaign managers soliciting votes for their respective candidates, and a general hubub of excitement filled the atmosphere. Emerging victoriously from this conflict were john Montesi, who had captured his second term as our presidentg Al DeCristoforo, vice-president, Judy Buliung, secretary, and joan "Kelly" Halliday, treasurer. The athletic achievement of the year was the setting of a new state record for the hundred-yard dash, when Dick Carter ran it in 10.4 seconds. That june, bidding the Seniors a fond farewell, we took control of the shool in the remaining few days, and then vacation, a grand old custom, awaited us. It was cool, and again it was Septemper. That meant we were seniors. As easily as that, we became the supreme class, the admired, the tallest, well, anyway-we were reniorr. As such we planned the Senior-Sophomore Dance welcoming the new sopho- mores, this successful affair had the best attendance in many a high school year. Our Student Council, with its crew of active members under the leadership of President "Holly" Wagstaff, gave for the football team's benefit the ever popular annual Foot- ball Dance, but this time breaking the rules of tradition with its colorful decorations and brilliant lighting effect. Alas, it was here- the year 1952 - the year in which we were to be the gradu- ating class. Hardly had it begun when there was talk of electing a Good Government Day Representative, who would represent Framingham High School at the State House in Boston on March 14. Seniors, juniors, and sophomores alike polled their votes in favor of john Montesi as their representative. At this time Pat McLaughlin was chosen by her class and the faculty to attend the Daughters of the American Revolution Convention at Boston in March. Marshal Captain, Al DeCristoforo, with his fellows and gals continued to preserve law and order. The Student Crier won much acclaim under the management of its co-editors, Peggy Nagle and Bob Desley, so too did our Philomath under the capable direction of its editor, Bob Cavanagh. On the sports scene our basketball team finished fourth in the league standing with a very noteworthy season, The hockey, baseball, track, and golf teams also deserve much credit for their fine showing. On january 31 and February 1, the senior play, "Mother Is a Freshman," co-starring Susie Whiting and Bob Cavanagh, was presented before a record crowd at Dennison Memorial Hall. Mary Ann Butler and Bill Dickson contributed much also, by their fine acting ability, to the success of this great play, as did the rest of the cast. Miss Alta Estabrook, director of this stage hit, is sure to win the Academy Award for her achievement. Finally spring came, and it was indeed a welcome sight after all the snow, Since there were no elections for us this year, a young man's fancy did turn to love and to finding a partner for the junior Prom. Having made our choice of companions, we sat back and received a real tribute for our hard work at school when the juniors put on for us the unforgetable junior Prom. Our days of power rapidly passing, we met on Class Night to recall the pleasant memories of our high school careers- three years in which we had gained unlimited knowledge through the competant instruction of our splendid teachers. june came and with it graduation. As we said farewell to our Alma Mater we sincerely hoped that Framingham High School would graduate many other successful and spirited classes like that of ours, -the CLASS OF 1952!! BY DONALD HORAN lln illiemnriam PVT. RICHARD J. BARRY May 30, 1932 - September 28, 1951 Killed at .Hezznde, Korea in the Jerwre of bu rourztry W, I ,. LX, L. 4 ' ' We, the members of the great and illustrious class of 1952, being of sound mind, and each of us presumably having reached the age of reason, do make, ordain, pub- lish and declare this to be our last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills and codicils by us made. It is fitting for us now, at the termination of our glorious three years in Framingham High School, to recognize by some small bequests, some of those people who have helped us to enjoy our days spent in the classrooms and corridors of our alma mater. The good times we have had here will be but memories tomorrow, new, ambitious students will take our places. To our successors and to our instructors, may these gifts serve as frequent reminders of our mighty accomplishments and as incentive to go on to greater things. May they keep fresh in the minds of those we leave behind fond memories of the happiness and pride which we brought to our teachers, of the guidance which we so willingly offered to the underclassmen, and of the cheer that we always carried through these hallowed halls. To Miss Ford, we leave a pair of john Dwyer's overalls, a can of chowder, and other essentials, along with a recording by the F. H. S. Melody Makers "Who Put the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder?" To Mr. Meegan, we bequeath a new element named Montesium in honor of its discoverer, guaranteed to startle the scientific world and also guaranteed to grow new hair. To Mr. Bush, we, fearing that his watch-chain may no longer be able to support the weight of his Phi Beta Kappa key, leave one coil of 96-pound test nylon fishing line, the elastic quality of which he might also apply to his grades. To Mr. Bayes, we leave one large box of KEN-L-RATIONS, which if not suitable for his own consumption, may be given to his dog, Mike, whose pedigree is well known to the student body. To Miss Hobbs, we bequeath a copy of Reid Wagstaffs new book, "Student Government in Macedonia." To Miss Sawyer, we bequeath a pamphlet issued by the government, "How to Cook 3-year Old Chickens." To Miss Estabrook, director of the greatest Senior Play in school history, we be- queath a copy of "Love among Natives". To her also, heaps of orchids for her patience and even temper with a cast that missed entrances, forgot lines, and caused a great deal of trouble during every rehearsal. To Mr. Keefe, Mr. Hart, and Mr. Peterson of the Vocational School, we leave one dozen of New York's most beautiful models, so that the boys will not gawk at the girls at Community Life talks. To Miss Goldsmith, in appreciation of her tireless effort in our behalf as our class adviser, we bequeath one bottle of salt tablets, one Slumberland mattress, and a private parking place for her car on the second floor. We hope that she can recover some of the energy and catch up on some of the sleep she has lost during our hectic three years. To the school, we leave one gallon of blue paint, to be used to repaint the doors of this institution which now bear Natick colors. Among the more individual bequests are these: 1. I, Donald Croatti, leave to Eddie Dexter my skill at cornering the fairer sex and thrilling girls just by winking my big brown eye. 2. I, Francis Muri, begrudgingly leave my solid maroon necktie, the only tie I have ever worn, to any cute, bashful, dimpled Sophomore boy. 3. I, judy Buliung, leave my sweet smile, sparkling eyes, and little girl ways, to Mickey Hogan, in hopes that they may bring her the success they have brought me. 4. We, Carol Reichert, Angie DiFranco, and Lois Hogan, leave to any wandering trio in the junior class, a collection of men from towns throughout the state. 5. I, Ronald Barney, leave my story-telling ability to Skip LeDoux. I also bequeath my ability at pool to any one who wants it. 6. I, William Dickson, now departing for M. I. T., leave my irrepressible charm with girls and teachers alike, to any underclassman who feels he can uphold the Dickson tradition. 7. I, Richard Carter, bequeath my swivel hips to some member of the junior class. I further instruct that no girls be allowed to apply for this bequest. 8. I, jack Pignolo, leave to Len Colp of the F, H. S. Melody Makers all my knowledge of the secrets of jive, jazz, and the jitterbug. 9. I, joan "Hot Lips" Halliday, leave one battered megaphone, and a worn-out set of vocal chords, to judy Connors of the cheerleading staff. 10. I, Thomas Geoghegan, having always amused all my colleagues with my inex- haustible supply of witticisms, now leave to the Sophomore Class a book which I have just hnished compiling, "17,000 jokes for Every Occasion". Lastly, we do make, constitute and appoint the ghost of jim Upton, to be executor of this our last Will and Testament, that he may haunt these halls until each provision is carried out. In witness whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our name and affixed our seal, this seventh day-of March, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred fifty-two. CLASS OF 1952 Robert Cavanagh, Class Lawyer At the request of said testator, we have hereto subscribed our names as witnesses, in the presence of the testator, and in the presence of each other. Pat McLaughlin William Dickson Ann Terry Robert Desley 3-5 Jr f i 4' I nu We dare them all, yes we dare any other catsup to make this statement: It's easy on your T zone. For a treat instead of a treatment, be happyg go Catsup. A. always buy, B. better buy, C. Catsup. Now Paul King's Catsup brings you your favorite commentator, Charlie Atlas. This is Charlie Atlas in New York. Today, February 30, 1915, marked the opening of the third annual Brooklyn Sports Show. On hand for the event were: Ricardo Burke, nationally known skiing expertg Joyce Morrill, champion lumberjackerg Norma Buzzell, jet air-pilotg and rookie pitcher for the Dodgers, Irene Bruning. The entire event is being televised by the Mary Corbiere Television Inc. through the courtesy of Dr. Judith Buliung, chiropodist. In "Tammany Hall" things are literally "exploding" It seems that the co-authors of a certain novelette, "The Dark Forest," are suing the New York Censorship Board for the banning of their book. William Halloran, chairman of the board, spoke to the press this afternoon regarding Miss Ronnie I-lober's and Mr. Richard Allen's manuscript, on behalf of his confederates, james M. Curley and Franklin Snow. He claimed, and I quote. "It didn't have no good English," unquote. CSO who reads English?J This evening the Metropolitan Opera Company will present for the 500th time, Verdi's "Cigaretto." Taking leads in this major production will be Lois Locke, mezzo-sopranog John Andreola, contraltog and Carl Wilson Walker, bassoon. The entire program will be broadcast over this network later this evening on the Irving Hildreth-Polly Hilliard Show. For the twenty-third consecutive day, the now world famous Lux versus Case continued, as usualg no result. This case originated when Lux Girl, Madlyn Pizzeri, and Lux Boy, Henri Belloli, were found using Ajax. The world was startled to learn today that former concert pianist, janet Twoomey, is now playing ragtime in the Bowery. On the other hand, a former street cleaner, Fred Ablondi, was promoted to Dean of Girls at Notre Dame. Word comes to us from Africa that Harper McGaughey and David McGovern, two petite head hunters recently became two headless hunters. fAlas, the modern agej. The sixty-second annual Alpha Beta Phi sorority banquet will be held this evening at the Waldorf Astoria. Speakers will be Richard Carr, Warden of Sing Sing, who will talk on Matri- monyg joan Davis, Governess of Alaska, who will speak of unexplored terraing and janni Holbrook offstage fame who will give a brief talk on Newton's Law of Gravity. Music for the occasion will be supplied by Shirley Alpert's one-piece band. Dorothy Moore, an English Teacher in Milwaukee, became heir today to the Dinty Moore hash fortune. Speaking of food, in Atlanta, Ciro's cigarette girl, Kate Patch was chosen Miss Bacon. fSomeone brought home the bacon.J Men take warning!! Break your wives' glasses. A Bronx housewife, Elizabeth Chaplin, who had recently broken her eyeglasses, walked into what she thought was a Fifth Avenue Beauty Salon for a mud pack and came out a WAC in the Women's Army Corps. But now a word from our sponsors: If you want the best, then buy Sylvia Nicoloro's Picoloro. It's easy on the ears, eyes, nose, but most of all on tender lips. Remember: keep in practice with Sylvia Nicoloro's Picoloro. Now the news from abroad - first Paris: Bonjour, bonjour, ladies and gentlemen. Tonight for the benefit of my American listeners we will take La Grand Tour to Paris. Starting at nine o'clock after engaging a taxi driven by Diane Cuddy, my friend, Walter Mahoney, Commissioner of the Gendarmes. and I started off. We drove in and out of streets viewing the people at their work. All of a sudden two brightly colored cars streaked by, one bearing the name Dick Eldredge and the other, john Pellegri. They were part of the renowned cross country hot-rod race which had replaced the once famous bicycle tournament. As we rode by the Seine, we observed a fisherman casting his nets. He informed us that his name was ,Iohn Lager. After an informative chat we were on our way again. Zoom! The hot-rod of Gerald Hall went whizzing by, closely followed by Dick Ferri's. Stop- ping for a moment, we conversed with a grape crusher, Kenneth Morini. As Paris would not be Paris without its fashions, we visited the shop of designer, Fred Bartolussi. No trip would be complete without a climb up the Eiffel Tower. Here we had an excellent guide in john Nelson. By this time we were hungry and decided to stop for a snack at John Sussenberger's. He specialized in Cheese, ham and debris burgers. After leaving the snack bar we saw two driving teachers on the Champs Elysees: Charles Lundburg was demonstrating driving, and joan Merusi was showing her pupils how to park the car. They were imported along with the new American autos. On the way to the Opera House we passed through the artists' section of Paris and stopped to discuss painting with an art teacher, Iver Kennedy, and one of his pupils Pauline Bianchi. Flash - another hot-rod labeled Clayton Stevens zipped by our cab. We arrived in time to see the stars have their pictures taken by photograper, Lloyd Parker. In the theater we watched the magnificent performances of ballet dancer Diane Foster and pianist Alice Piper. When we emerged, it was time to eat again, and Monsieur Mahoney suggested Paul Colarusso's restaurant. Having enjoyed meals there many times, I readily agreed. At the door we were greeted by the charming hostess, Sally Hogan. Looking around, we observed many celebrities. There, flexing his muscles for his many admirers, was Walter Taft, winner of the contest for the "World's Most Perfectly Developed Man." In a secluded corner we spied that man-about-town, gambler jimmy Upton. Next we went into the kitchen to find Chef Richard Boiardi testing his favorite dish, spaghetti. After eating we sat back relaxed waiting for the entertainment. Entering the door, late as usual, was Chester Lodgen, whom you Americans might refer to as Digger O'dell, and his model Arlene Scansaroli. The orchestra, a type familiar to all Americans, was tuning up? It was an all-girl hill-billy band. There strumming the washboard and squeezing the horns were Nina Bourette, Theresa Bowen, joan Brovelli and Ann Terry. Following the tunes, Ann Muddle, the new can-can twiller, ably performed for the thrilled audience. After the show we interviewed one of the stellar attractions, dancer Betty Ann Ciceroni. The hours of an exhausting but wonderful day had flown by, and as we headed for home the lights of Paris dimmed, saying bon soir to all. Now back to New York - - Now a word from our sponsor-That noted throat surgeon Dorothy Allen has endorsed our wonderful cigarettes, "Elephants", the product of our leading authority, Chinkie Hanson. Try them today. We now switch you to Bombay - - Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Bombay. Well, there is plenty of news from Bombay tonight. The United States has finally gone ahead of Russia in the Olympic games as a result of today's action. The feature victory of the day was Carole Ahern's jump of 16 feet 416 inches in the pole-vaulting competition. Hugh Bartels was second and was so disappointed he is now spending the night at Barney's Bar as a guest of the management. Miss Ahern,,was personally congratulated on her victory by Dave Sugarman, the maharajah of India, and Bob Insani, the United States Ambassador to the same. In the wrestling competition today "Tiger" Tognacci and Terp the "Terror"- fought to a 60- minute draw, while Sherry Read defeated Janice Cantalupo in two straight falls. In the feature event Perry "The Angle" Amati upset rugged Don McGrath, who is now reclining in a Bombay hospital. On the fistic side of life, Sumner Colgan knocked out Don Croatti and Dick Carter in the sixth round of their scheduled 15-round bout to become heavyweight champ of the world. Another stellar event taking place this week is the Circus. A little accident occurred today when Pauline Gerrish, a member of the famous sixtet of acrobats of Gerrish, Knapp, Lynch, janet Moore, McGuire, and Flynn, fell off the high wire. Luckily enough she was caught by Gene Dalla- more, the tall man, and remained uninjured. A feature of the circus is formed by the antics of jack Mercer, a midget. Here is a bulletin just received. Charlie DeLong, a contestant in a midget auto race from Paris to LeHavre has just been spotted going through the main street of Bombay. Has anyone an extra pair of glasses. Miss Carol Reichert, universal head of the SteamHtter's Union, and her secretary, Stanley Densmore, are due to arrive at the Bombay airport this evening and are to be welcomed by Richard Muri, special messenger of Maharajah Sugarman. Tomorrow Miss Reichert will conduct an in- vestigation with her planetary heads, Barbara Volpicelli of Mars, Carol Zimmerman of the Moon, and Ruth Fazzari of Coburnville, to find out whether or not Olga,Zaffino has finally developed a satisfactory left-handed monkey wrench to be adopted by the Union. What's this? The United States has just made a complete sweep of today's events in the Olympics as Diane Thombs has just won the cocoanut shaver contest, beating out Carolyn Young by the literal hair. Lorraine Levandosky, the Maharajah's private dancer, performed for the one hundred thousand spectators between the events today, accompanied on the fife by Marion Kyle. Robert Dunton, producer in the United States, tried to sign the duo up, but he could not get around Maharajah Sugarman. However he has picked up two charming performers on his trip to the Far East. They are Lois Flood, a gymnast, and Elizabeth Hollis, a juggler. Look for these per- formers on future television casts. Well, that about does it for tonight, friends. This is Dick Billson returning you to our newsroom in New York. Remember-Miss Betty Ballard of Maharajah Sugarman's court says, I always smoke Draino Cigarettes because they clear the throat. Now for a word from Washington. Hello, folks,-this is your news commentator, joan Carmen Swayze from Washington, and tonight is really a big night, for this is the date of the annual "Charity Benefit." Everyone who is anyone is here at the Blair House. Time may go swiftly, but that's only because we'll be having so much fun at this affair, which will continue until the wee hours of the morning. Let's see whether we can recognize and pick out a few famous people for you. Here comes handsome Bob Scagnelli, recently crowned woodchopping champ of the universe. Right behind Bob we find David Carlin, the pro baseball player, who saved our big game when he grabbed that basketball and ran all the way to score a touchdown. W'ait a minute! What's all that racket? Oh, it's only those two filibustering senators, Salvi Laquidara and Bruce Grealy. They're arguing over whose turn it is to take out their secreatry, Betty Dunn. Here comes a large troup of Girl Scouts fage 21 and upj led by leader Dick McDonald. Traveling with them is a group of Boy Scouts fof the same age bracketj with their leader, Alice Marie Keaney. Mary DeShaw, president of the Truant-Officer's Association, is giving the works to one little scout for not being in school today, but wait-there she goes! What scared her off so quickly? Oh, it's Arthur Dion, the modern bluebeard, pushing his way through the crowd. It's getting late now, so we'd better step inside and see what's going on. Hey, dinner is being served. Yours truly has got to find a seat. quick. Well, look who's here beside me! It's Bob Orlando, now president of the A 84 P Company, his high school place of employment. On my other side is Peter Paradis, now a psychiatrist fwho needs another psychiatristj. He is really acting foolish, Oh. theres the reason, Don Horan, famed undertaker for Congress, has just cracked several of his old jokes, Don tells us he's doing a booming business, especially since they have opened a new Dispos-all Poison Shop in Washington. Oh. now comes the food. Roast Chicken dinner! M-m-ml As I start to dig in I notice a tag attached to the chickens foot. It reads: "Manicures and pedicures given while you wait. Mani- curist, Miss Michael Quirkf' Well! Wfhat an unusual way to advertise! lust as we've about finished dinner, there's quite a commotion in the kitchen. Suddenly our feet begin to get wet. Pot washer Adelmo Richard Pontremoli and dish washer Richard Norton come dashing out of the kitchen waving pots, pans and dish cloths. The main water pipe is broken! A plumber, Virginia Timothy, soon arrives at the scene. In a couple of minutes she has the pipe fixed and uses her iet drier on us. Police Sergeant Rita Stevens restores peace to the humble halls. Now it's time for the after-dinner speeches. let pilot Richard Denham, who has just set a new world's record for speed, rises to speak in behalf of his candidate for third re-election to the Presidency, Reid Wagstaff, who is being given stiff competition this year by radical Ross Lander. lt's anybody's guess as to who'lI win. David Longworth, president of the Chloroform Tooth Paste Company, fThis new tooth paste enables you to catch those forty winks while brushing your teeth in the morningj speaks in be- half of Radical Ross, Now that the speeches are over, we are going to have a little entertainment. First of all Suzanne DeMillar, famous Shakespearian actress, will do a soliloquy from Hamlet. Say what's this? Oh no! Eddie Collins, noted cat breeder and trainer, has annexed trained fleas to his act! 'ftcr a rather hectic piece of entertainment, in which several of the fleas escape, we discover a robbery! Myrtise Remick's gold toothpick is missing! Arthur Roy, private eyeball to the rescue! Everyone is searched. Our bloodshot eyeball discovers the guilty culprit, John Francis Dunn. His gun moll, Suzie Whiting, has just been put on probation by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Robert Cavanagh. She is under guardianship of President "Holly." Well, how do you like that? It's nothing but a publicity stunt! What actors! With the approach of dawn, Chief justice Cav suggests that the party break up. As everone meanders home, we in Washington sign off, hoping we have left you with a few pleasant memo- ries. Good Night. And now a word from our sponsor. As our studio audience can agree, fsince they have re- ceived samplesl, Mahozzeyi Btzlugmz Cu. manufactures the best hotdogs in the U. S. This outfit is run by Raymond Mahoney, who also owns "Hamburger Haven." Try the bologna and see for yourself. Now to the movie city, Hollywood, California. Art Tello's Mellow Iello says Hello to all you fellows. If you're mellow, that's the time to bellow for Art Tello's Mellow Jello. This is limmy Piper saying. "Good evening from Hollywood." Tonight marks the annual Damon Runyon Charity Ball, which will be held at the home of Ellen Callivan of ballet success. This will be the most important social event of the calendar year. Among those of the theatre kingdom who are expected to attend are Judy Holliday's mimic, Claire Bardeng lohn Saarinen, the beer-case dropper kidg and blues singer, Frances Edgett. The entire benefit is under the supervision of Hollywood's socialites, Anne Butler, Beverly Foster, Faye Hanson, and Elizabeth Lavin. Also of great interest will be the sixteen-course dinner prepared by chef, Paul Giardini, A contract has lust been signed to bring to the television public famous melodramatic plays by Filmland's best actors and actresses. Those who are defifrnatcd for parts in the premiere per- formance are: Vernon Springer, who will portray tl-e mother. Shirlev Westcott Peter Whiting, Frederick Vlfills. and Dorothy Petersen. fThis will be something to look forward to.l Congratulations to fashion designer, Thomas Geoghegan, for his gownl'ss evening strap. fA real masterpiecej According to reports through the Hollywood grapevine, the Hormel Girls Quartet which is composed of Lucille Potenza, Barbara Prince, JoAnne Robinson, and Priscilla Spencer may work for Armour and Company. The American female population will soon be thrilled by a newcomer to the theatre. This actor has everything a girl wants, a combination of Valentino and Gable. To hear this personality utter words of amorous affection makes the females vibrate and faint. No only has he a magni- ficent voice, but he is rather good looking, too. Yes, I could refer only to john Stevens. Watch for him at your local theatre. Today Arthur Hogan who is employed as a bell hop in the Lois Hogan Last Resort Hotel, fell out of a thirteenth story window while he was shaving. Fortunately he received only minor iniuries. We hear the MGM's makeup artist, Mary Sarno, will soon receive an award for work beyond and above the call of duty. Congratulations to Miss Ellen Connors, who was chosen as the circus's fattest fat lady and to Mist: Mary DeCoff, who was chosen "Woman of the Year," at the Hillsdale Press Photographe-r's Clu . Mr. Richard Bryant, costume designer at Republic Pictures, has won the company's suggestion box prize for his invention of an invisible girdle. What Next?? Elda Bertuzzi's syndicated column. "Advise to the lovelorn", will be discontinued because of divorce. . Woman pilot, ,lean Donnelly, crashed with her cargo of dry ice into Bob Falvy's Ice Cream Palace, damages were estimated at 57,000 tutti-frutti ice cream cones. Paramount Studios will Elm a partially biographical sketch of Margaret Nagle, editor of United Comic, Inc. Margaret has won all of her fame through editorials on fairy tales. Rumors are around that corn shucker, Robert Oliver, may marry and that Star Gazer, Irene Grover, may grow a beard. fBut these are just rumorsj And now for the story of the week . . . Parson joan Halliday, who is President of the Ravoc Trucking Concern was hitchhiking on the Los Angeles-San Diego Highway, when she was picked up by a Ravoc Truck Driver, Melvin Foster. No sooner had they gone ten miles than the truck had a flat, of all places, in the Sahara Desert. President Parson Halliday had to repair the flat! Now back to New York. We take you now to London. Good Evening, Everybody-This is your London reporter-It has been an exciting week here in London. A new chemical has been invented, the Ice Follies are here, and the zoo has a new keeper, to mention iust a few bits of excitement. I took in the follies last night, and they were terrific. The stars, Maureen Desmond and Paula Gosselin, were never better. Those famous scientists, Virginia Durgin and Richard Rotelli, have gone into hibernation over a new invention soon to be released. An exciting new game has come to London from our American neighbors. Being a girl, I can't tell you too many details, only the rough outline. The team is being coached by Eugene Salti. It is played by eight men with a ball called a rocket. Thomas Sweeney takes off with the rocket whizzing it around, on to William Tagliaferri, who dribbles it down the Milky Way to his comrade, Dick Capalucci. He in turn rings around the moon to joe Cowern. The rocket is ,then woven hack and forth between Eugene Fedolfi and Ron Phipps, finally to be shot to Richard Preservati, who sinks it into the big Dipper. You would have to see it to believe it. Switching now to the literary field, that retiring poetress Joanne Pavia was seen talking with Elaine Cripps, librarian at the new library, about finding material about her book of poems about the life of a spinster. Still in the highbrow field, I attended a concert last night and was amazed at the performances given by those two sisters, Madeline and Marie Piccinini, noted violinists. As mentioned earlier the zoo is under new management. It is now directed by that former lion tamer, Ieanette Munyon. That famous detective and partner are tracking down another criminal. The successors of Holmes and Watson. Montesi and Muri, are seen with the familiar cap and magnifying glass in some of the popular night clubs. They are continually followed by two of London's finest bobbies, Chesley McKenzie and James Merloni. Word from the palace reports that the faithful gardner, Ralph Tomassini, is recuperating after an accident with the lawn mower. Here is a late bulletin. The steeple chase was held today and won by the first woman to be allowed to enter the event, Ann Carey. She was closely followed by Richard Belli, riding "Thunder Cloud." That is all for now-You'll be hearing from me next week. Back to our New York station. The next spot we will visit will be Rio De Ianiero. A number of Rio policemen are on special duty tonight as a result of some happenings today in the district of Rio. A riot occurred when some unidentified girl spotted those famous Toni Twins. Bob and ,Iohn Pascucci. It was necessary to call on several hundred policemen to keep the crowd of autograph seekers away. A big celebration is on hand for tomorrow as those famous rumba-ers, Ponzio, Rogers, Speranza, Watts, Wheeler, and Welch are due to return after a worldwide tour which included every nation on earth plus nations on six planets and the moon. They have been acclaimed fby many personsj as the greatest entertainers of all times. , Tonight at Rio's famed opera house a concert will be given under the direction of jack Pignolo with Dorothy Healy, first violinist, and Ruth Marshall, Brazil's best singer, handling the solo work. As guest of the evening Messieur Pignolo has been most fortunate to obtain jean Magoon, whom you all know is a clarinet player in Marden's all-mule orchestra. After an all-day study of the tea leaves, Elsie Weigert, the world's greatest fortune teller, predicts that the sun, without a doubt will rise tomorrow. There is hope for a good day tomor- row, for on the morrow "Miss Amazon" is to be chosen. One of the contestants is the renowned model, Carol Connelly. Miss Amazon will head the parade honoring Everett Blois, the world famous mountain climber, now the first man ever to climb the Hopkinton hills and live to tell a out it. Dick Hilliard, President of the Ninth National Bank of Brazil in Rio. has iust announced that the amount of cash taken in last week's holdups has been hxed at 3350.000 "Madman" McFarland is suspected as having something to do with the stick-up. Bob joy, head of the B. B. I. A. C. R. A. N. C. S. fBrazilian Bureau of Internal Affairs in Charge of Robberies Affecting National Currency Standardsj has sent out a nationwide plea for the help of all citi- zens in capturing this dangerous criminal. 4-5.5L...., ,JUL I have been asked to make this hnal announcement. Engineers are urgently needed at the Amazon Insurance Company at 21 East-West Street. It seems that Sylvia Atwell, a woman bus- driver, has conveniently parked her bus on the seventh floor of the Insurance Company. Drive carefully, please, ladies - and Phil Read. Now our sponsors, the makers of Norton's reducing pills, return you to New York. Now for the glamour and glitter of old Broadway. Hello, everyone - This is Hedda Hopper from Broadway. Tonight we are going to hopscotch Broadway to see the stars of the stage and other well-known people. We won't spend much time at any one place because, as I said, we'll be hopscotching. We can start our excursion by stopping at the Palace Theatre. There's ,lim Turner, lingerie designer standing in front of his new lingerie shop, "Powder Blue." Right now he's giving instructions to his two major models, Natalie Edelstein and Eleanor Quinzani. They have just finished modeling Monsieur Thomas Geoghegan's latest creation, which was described by our Hollywood correspondent. Oh, there's the Palace Theatre now. Let's hurry and get some good seats. What a terrific program. Barbara Atkinson, the Iizzling hot mama freplacing Sophie Tucker, last of the red hot mamasj is the hrst act. After that, we need something cooling and calm. Looks like we'll get it, too, because ,lim "Mel Torme", Knight of the blue velvet voice, is our next entertainer. He really sends them, doesnt he? Now something trickyg Phil "Mandrake" Read, the magician and his most able assistant, Maureen Cashman. After some amazing feats by these master minds we are delighted to hear next on the program that wonderful pool-room quartet, made up of Arthur King, Bob Cosman, Walter Kennedy. and Ed Gentili, sing, "Run to the Round House, for He Cannot Corner You There." Now it's time for Pat West, who pushed Doris Day right out of business. Wonderful, huh? Time for a few laughs - John joseph Dunn, great impersonator, is about to present himself. He's the great Sid Caesar of the day. After that enjoyable show, we'll move on to a T.V. studio to catch one of the shows. But wait a minute! jim "Dunninger" Canning, all wrapped up in white and wearing a turban, is beckoning to us! He's handing out his cards for his new establishment, "The House of Seances." His mystics f??j are ,lane Mazzoli and Louise Kimball. He also features a fortune teller, Eleanora Antobenedetto. Now that we've had our fortune told and consulted friends from the other world, we can continue to the studio. There's that famous Dave "Casey" Robinson, crime, fashion, society. etc., photographer, iust ahead of us. He says that he'll join us and take a few pictures for us. Good enough! The studio isn't too busy just now. Louise Gardelli's program "Dinner with Dagmar" is almost finished. King of the Cowboys, john Dwyer, and his horse, Old Snuffy. are impatiently waiting for their appearance on Dagmar's show. We are laughing so loudly at Snuffy's antics that we have to leave the studio. Now we really don't know where to go. At the three maior playhouses, there are three excellent plays. "Diamond Lil" is still runninng, only now it's called "Velvet Pat" with Patricia Dowd replacing Mae West. Also there's "Daylight Alley," the sequel to "Sunset Boulevard," in which Mary Butler stages a comeback. Last, but far from least, is "The Lives and Loves of Brenda Starr," starring Patricia Mullen of the flaming red hair. As we leave old Broadway. we are surprised to see a sign reading, "Marriages made while you wait: inquire within." Well curiosity got the best of us, so we had to go in and find out about the odd sign. Preacher Bob Kirby met us at the door, asking us what type mate and how many we wished. It seems that polygamy is no longer a violation of the law. Grapevine gossip tells us Preacher Bob was disappointed in love and organized his bureau to help others End :be "right one for morejf' Well, l think yve've had enough of Broadway for now. And I also have to hurry to make an appointment with Mr. Johns for a new hat. Goodnight everyone, hope we'll be together again soon. This is Jimmy Piper again. We have received a special bulletin. That famous archeologist team has done it again. Al DeCristoforo, Angie DiFranco, Bill Manning, Lucille Meomartino, and Charles Mespelli have gained international acclaim by uncovering that fabulous hidden city in the wilds of Massachusetts, "Framingham," That's all folks! by EDITH BERRY Roaaar DESLEY WILLIAM DICKSON PATRICIA MCLAUGHLIN HIGH HONOR GROUP PK Front row, lefz to right: J. Moore, A. Terry, A. Butler, P. McLaughlin, D. Petersen. Second row, lefi to rigbl: L. Meomartino, E. Weigert, B. Atkinson, R. Cavanagh, J. Montesi, M. Nagle. Elaine Cripps William Dickson Virginia Timothy Audrey McFarland Janet McGuire Joan Brovelli Edward Gentile i'Listed according to rank A few more names may b marks are tabulated. Patricia McLaughlin Virginia Durgin Dorothy Healy Joan Halliday Barbara Prince Janice Holbrook Madlyn Pizzeri Ellen Connors Patricia Dowd Barbara Volpicelli Pauline Bianchi Natalie Edelstein Patricia McLaughlin Joan Halliday Carol Reichert Barbara Prince Barbara Prince Janice Holbrook e added HONOR GROUP1' Ronnie Hober Arthur King Olga Zaflino Barbara Prince Carole Ahern Elda Bertuzzi Suzanne DeMil1ar to this group if other pupils enior irror Mort Likel y to Succeed Wiltiect Mort Sincere Mort Verralile Mort Fan to Have Around Worr! Driver! Bert Looking Bert Atlileler Bigger! Flirty Mort Dramatic Mort Arfiffic Bert Drerrecl Mort Drag with Faculty Mort Popular Czztert Bert Natnred Bert Personality Bigger! Appetitef Irene Grover Alice Marie Keaney James Knight John Lager Dorothy Moore Philip Read Diana Foster earn a rank of 85'k after final John Montesi Thomas Geoghegan John Montesi William Dickson W Thomas Geoghegan Gerald Hall Robert Kirby Richard Carter Clayton Stevens Robert Cavanagh 1 John Lager Michael Curley Robert Cavanagh John Montesi John Pellegri Ronald Barney Reid Wfagstaff John Dwyer A O if 1 5. if Z J .9, .Ll'h .a-. f "Mya Director ................. Mrs. Abigail Abbott Susan Abbott ............ Professor Michaels Dean Gillingham .... Bobo .......,................ Clara .,................... M Mrs. iller ....... Bunny ......... Carrie Helen Sylvia Marge ...... Jack ...... Howie ..... Bill ,............. Promptcrs ...... .. 'A I' I . 1 N ' ad Wemlm ........Miss Alta Estabrook .............l-Elizabeth Whiting ........Mary Ann Butler .Robert Cavanagh Robert Desley .William Dickson .......Claire Barclen ............jane Mazzoli ...Priscilla Spencer ........Carole Ahern ........Edith Berry ..........janet Moore ........janice Holbrook ...........John Dwyer Donald Horan Reid Wfagstaff ffQQQI.ffXiiEQiiigiig''125QLJQf'iQf5Lfeen cas hman 7 Z3 Q--gm CQ.: MARSHAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Frwzl ww, lefl lu Tjghff Marilyn Hogan Mr. Francis J. Galvani, Judith Buliung, Sefwzd row, left 10 rigfafx Donald Cascio lini, james Knight. r--Q x .4 W- STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COINIIWIITTEE Lcfl la rigblx Barbara Prince, Ann Gorton, Gail Kittredge, Marshall Levine, Reid Wrzgstaff, President. joan Halliday, William Dickson, Eileen Zendali. G' .VO Ni nv- v "STUDENT CRIERU STAFF Fran! mfr, Ivfl I0 7'i'Ql7l.' J. Pavia, M. Desmond, E. Berry, M. Nagle, Co-Editor, R, Desley, co-Editor, P. Mullen, R. Cav- anngli. Second rnuf, Iefl In righli D. Horan E. Bertuzzi, J. Stevens, M. Pizzeri, A Scansxlroli, A. DL-C1'istofo1'o, E. Quinzani W. Dickson. v C 1-R fy 5 'Q- S W E1 I 4 Y. 'H A. HN 3 ' T41 hi' Q ' S s ,M '1 "7 , 1 , , t , kv 16A 5 F55 57 fu- 'ff' 35-ff? " 1 fb, N, v 5 f QQ-'ffff- 2e " . mth A Q., l A 5 Q I 'Tr Qciendsts IS 2. On the Tram I Poline A 5 'ep H3lIOureen Electricity! A I" fir! fl I Reg' ffflfegn , v,wg ja Hifi -13 x 1 's. 56 Q r ,jx' ,. 1' R.z1xh,'fx I.Cf'5 Fit' .4 U r -,, ,IHhx 4 ' 'if-' ' . Eff Ckothes I0 M end E X 1 114 'f iv,-"'?' M ' v K elod y Makers :nun , ,,,.--'I HandYfll6n vinci. F. .. it , V fi xi V 1 1 ati 1 N --'L ' fm fx ,A Q 'N 1 1 -,,Y L, A fx -fi 9 ' -Y - K ' K N uQiwxmsnxxuU0'+ 5, ag , a ' am ua Moms Conv I 'E H pf . i . E veY Q --1-A -if Y- 4 ,,,,, .,,, EoodX f' 'f MM .,, Q '-4 ....,,4,,' ,,.,, Time to dri Teachers eat. X00 57 Q, ifsn-nv A. 1 Fr-wif mum lefz in rigblx Coach N. Morris, R. Tomassini, R. Barney, R. Boiardi, J. Dwyer, B Grealey, J. Pascucci, D. Croatti, R. Carter, W. Dickson, D. Casciolini, Coach R. Jachowitz Semud ww, Jeff 10 rigbl: Mr. Daniels, Faculty Mgr., R. West, T. Fitzgerald, R. Bilodeau, C. Broom M. Ferragamo, E. Belforti, P. Miles, E. Dexter, H. Le-Doux, Coach W. Summers, Coach M Trychon. Third ww, left In rigbz: Mgr. R. Cavanagh, A. D'Angelis, J. McDevitt, V. Trincia, D Whiting, J. Hanscom, R. Natoli, R. Stucchi. Illlmll l . ZS ' ' ,, C it fav 7' ."' ,rx .4 YJ' J .I 'Hiflr r.H.s.Ai.z ,a.5.A.A. X' ' QW Vanity Squad: Front row, left to right: R. Pascucci, E. Dexter, F. Bortolussi, M. Foster, Capt., AI. Pascucci. R. Carter, C. DeLeo. Second raw, left to right: Coach N. Morris, J. Stevens, D. Croatti, E. Purcell. T. Terry, J. Upton, C. Mespelli. S, - ef fly, R I s if , Qi , 1 1 I 1 fa 1 ,4x.! . 10 .12 . a , . 1 I ff -gg , w I ,. I " .' ' " 4 'A A 4' , . x ,- Q ' ., ,I f I 41 I 1'V I zgezfg' 'aw '? we W1 .- 1' . a I f W W PW 'ia R as L r , if W 4 ti, .H M N af, ' 4 funior Vanity Sqtzad: Front rouf, left to riglnf: N. Paquette, R. West, M. Whitman, J. O1Grady, J. Halliday, F. Bancroft, D. Straight. Serozzd row, left to right: Coach W. Summers, R. Wxllxams, R. Masterman, R. Chesmore, A. Collotta. J' 1. 4, H' f.. P' , 1 ,,,, fm- .. fwfr--was .5 .K . -.-lv..-Q. ...f. .. rf Hx Ar-vw f ' ., I.. -x ,v 'z " ' 'ta '-1. ' us. H .- W. 'vw , t H. l.. tw . 'V I ff . 1 tt Qt Q85 mz '!Q 3' O if Qin N Vila 1 t .R 6 .' " I W x JN, r- 'S ' v .w ' s . . . 1 , A. a ei! 3 Aj", I f, . 0 ' A I 'L.- X Q1 Y . qc 3 f V' -, 1 Y Q ' w QQ? N ,F C1 N i ' 59 5 l QXQETB l A D O 9 QL a ii j k X' IK . , , Q ll J ' l l X 1' ' , 'iff l l, X i r , l i i ' i t , , l , l Fin! ww-Senior-Eileen Amati, Rita Lynch, Diana Foster, Betty Ann Terp, ,Iudy Buliung, Coach Parren, Ann Terry, Capt., Sherry Read, Carole Ahern, Ginny Durgin, joan Halliday, Anne Butler. Serond Row-junior-jane Callahan, Kathleen McLeod, jean McCormick, Donna Dabriener, Alyce Hastings, Eileen Zendali, Ann McAnn, Ann Gorton, Carolyn Atwell, Ellen Schmidt. Third Rauf - Sophomore - Christine Guy, Kathy Fair, Carmella Tosti, Louise Colman, Elaine Nanatovich, Sally Clough, Barbara Curley, Felicia Perini, Judy Connors. V 7' Vg? 4 -igxibffls-.Ag . ffi 3 A ,aah--:Q if ' 5.3.1 IS,-R Front ww, lefz zo rigbz: A. Sellew, J. Welch, H. Hakansson, R. Tomassini, C. Lundberg, Capt., -I. Pellegri, W. Halloran. R. Barney. Semnd row, lefz lo rigbl: Coach E. Songin, M. Curlev, N. McLellan, I. Byrnes, R. Pleshaw, C. Hanson, J. Winchenbach, J. Brule, R. Tomassini. Seated in front: Mgrs. L. Miller and N. Coco. Nnm""'fl5' 5.1 - 'A-fm. x-,, ".."h-'ln ' 'N- , an n 4. a Q Y .," ii-f fsrbxiyfv - Hr X N gWlH 2155. BASEBALL SQUAD: from row, lefl zo rzglaz: D. Croatti, E. Dexter, W. Kennedy, F. Muri, J. Brule, A. DeCristoforo, D. Hanson, B. Grealey. Second raw, lefl lo rigfal: Coach N. Morris, P. Read, C. De-Leo, A. Sellew, C. Mespelli, R. McDonald, R. Carter, C. Hanson, Mgr. R. Burke. If-:X .,',,,g.,... 1? v ies. If S ' Q.. Q-if it fu Siiggfig M.. "3"'l" tiff. 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I I,-pl' 'al 4 I 1 4.1 L 81 YA - ...4 1. .If 59 Y if 4' 17" wc lr-1 ,J afe J A-' wr :.:, F 7,1 igf 4, 55,5 Y Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ahern' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Marion Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Anketell Williarn H. Atkinson Fred A. Bayes A, Benton and Mrs. Angelo Brovelli Alton W. Bush P. Butler and Mrs. Francis Cavanagh Richard H. Charles Thomas Cuddy Miss Mary Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Curley Mr. and Mrs. George Desmond Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dickson Miss Catherine T. Drinan Miss Angeline Ducas Mr. and Mrs. john T. Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. joseph Edelstein Miss M. P. Ellis l00l'l50l"6 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Longworth Mr. and Mrs. George Lundberg Mr. and Mrs. Mayo M. Magoon Miss Priscilla March Mr. john A. Meegan Mr. and Mrs. joseph Meomartino Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. McConnon Mrs. Maria Montesi Mr. and Mrs. john V. Muddle Mr. and Mrs. john Mullen Mr. and Mrs. F. Wallace Patch Pierina C. Ponzio Miss Mrs. Gertrude M. Quirk Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Read Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Remick Miss Alice Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miss Helen S. Sawyer Miss Grace E. Squires Miss M. Alice Stanton Rotelli Mr, and Mrs. Carl A. Flood Mr. and Mrs. Scott Foster Miss Margaret T. Geoghegan Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul Gerrish Miss Desire Goldsmith Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gosselin john Healy and Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur L. jones and Mrs. William Keaney George Keville Miss Anna K. Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Gustav S. Lager Miss Helen W. Leland Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Julia K. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Charles P. Stevens Clayton A. Stevens A. G. Springer Sweeney Leonard W. Taft Thomas Terry Fred G. Tognacci and Mrs. john E. Timothy and Mrs. james A. Turner and Mrs. J. Stewart Upton Hollis R. Wagstaff and Mrs. Frederick Weigert Mr. and Mrs. Arthur St. Whitingj 0118 af? fha 31-g5 . . . C. Reichert C. Barden D. Petersen E. Quinzani J. Turner E. Dunn, I. Buliung, J. Holbrook, J. Magoon, B. Atkinson, V. Durgin, P. Hilliard, L. Flood M. Curley E. Weigert B. Prince M. Cashman M. Remick M. Desmond J. Magoon P. Ponzio W. Halloran P. Gerrish M. Quirk P. Gosselin C. Ahern L. Gardella KI. Montesi M. Pizzeri L. Hogan R. Hober P. Read B. Foster S. VC'estcott D. Allen R. Cavanagh P. Amati W. Dickson M. Kyle V. Timothy A. McFarland L. Meomartino A. Butler S. Alpert M. Corbiere L. Potenza 40. B.VolpiceIli 41. H. Bartels 42. D. Cuddy, R. Eldredge 43. A. 44. R. Dion Bryant 45. E. Gallivan 46. C. Connelly 47. L. Tognacci Merusi 48. I. 49. QI. Davis 50. R. Marshall C. Zimmerman 1 51. S. Read 52. A. Scansaroli 53. R. Fazzari 54. E. Blois 55. O. Zafhno 56. M. DeShaw Al. McGuire 57. 58. N. Buzzell 59. P. Dowd Some a very few wm the sweepstakes home strike ml or fmd gold or connect wlth money through marrlage But fortune does not smlle upon the average man or woman ln thls fashlon Most people attam securnty and a fmanclal backlog through regular planned saving It s not spectacular Newspapers don t feature artlcles on such people But any savmgs lnstltutlon evecu txve can tell you that progress would be severely handlcapped wlthout the mllllons who save It s a lot luke the story of the tortolse and the hare Remembero The tortonse won the race by adhering to a steady pace The hare lost because he thought lt was too easy Luke the prmcnple of the story progress meas ured over a short tlme IS not nmpresslve But wnll be amazed at the amount you have accumu lated Not so romantlc soundmg but lts the results that count The method" A thnft account ln thls mstltutlon' 'L y4uNGg 5 51 COMP +9 44' mmznglzam ESTABUSHED 1909 ANK OR THE PEO , ' . ' overalonger time . . .if you stick to it.. .you F 44' N J- O "A B F ALL PLE" KERWIN S SHOE STORES d N t ck THE X RAY FITTING SHOE STORES no ANGELO BARBER SHOP ERAMINGHAM CENTRE ByHsB thdyPesent HASTINGS INC ROXBURY RUG and CARPET COMPANY BEST WISHES FROM THE STUDENT CRIER STAFF THE PEERLESS PRESS PRINTING 74 HOLLIS STREET C plz etfo THE SENIOR CLASS OF 'I952 I Complimen f Framingham an a i WHOSE BIRTHDAY COMES NEXT? Compliment! of u i ir a r Ar I O om 'm n f Q I T A FRIEND Conzplzmelztf of RAMINGHAM CLEANERS CARLO FOSSA MARKET Mean Frl 11 a ld P 01 5100! FRAMINGHAM JUNCTION Complzmenlx 0 CARVELLI S WINTHROP ST Tel 9213 5582 DR J STANLEY HUNTER Dutznctwe Wea fo Women 107 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS ARCADE DRUG COMPANY FRANK FAIR Reg Ph 149 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS Telephone Frammgham 3654 EASTERN PAINT AND PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY CLAFLIN ST FRAMINGHAM r ' f 3 . Cvmffimfnff of me New Yonx stone Complzmentx of THE DIXIE LEE DINER Complzmenrf 0 LEWIS FURNITURE COMPANY FRAMINGHAMS FOREMOST FURNITURE STORE C omplzmenfy 0 FRAMINGHAM LUMBER CO DIAL 4361 BURKE BATTERY SERVICE WORCESTER TURNPIKE FRAMINGHAM CENTRE MASS Specmlzzed Repazn Complzmentf 0 AGENCY STUART I-I POTTER 27 HOLLIS STREET Telephone 8231 HEMENWAY BUILDING FRAMINGHAM MASS Tel 5104 Crmzplzmentf 0 ERNEST A PETERSON CARNATION GROWER 150 SPEEN STREET SAXONVILLE MASS C0772pll?7Z672I5 0 W T GRANT C0 ' f ' f mowsmnes INSURANCE PAUL B. LeBARON. n.M.o. ' f A f gl' Complzmemr 0 A TEMPLE BOWEN V M D Telephone 5650 W M BUIANOFF CO FURRIERS and FUR DRESSERS 1639 CONCORD STREET SAXONVILLE MASS ITIILLGRS I m ari Womenf Wear 141 CONCORD STREET Complzmenlx 0 CARROLL PERFUMER 115 CONCORD STREET Complmzefm 0 ACME AUTO SUPPLY CO INC YOUR FIRESTONE STORE 161 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS BROWN 5 Q1-ON Complzmenly 0 5 718 220 WAVERLY STREET Telephone 8650 BOND DRUG STORE FRAMINGHAM MASS . A f 1 ' f FRAMINGHAM, MASS. FRAMINGHAM, MASS- . W b f O' O ' f 0 Complimeniy of CALDWELUS STORE ERAMINGHAM CENTRE Dial 3411 Complimentf of BELL'S OIL SERVICE 51 BEACON STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. BATES STATIONERY CO IRVING SQUARE Headqnzrlerf or SLIJOOZ Snpplzcr SUNSHINE DAIRY For Good Health DRINK SUNSHINE MILK For lfnyoqmenr zn Ealzng SUNSHINE ICE CREAM KYNOCH SPORTING GOODS 104 HOWARD STREET FRAMINGI-IAM MASS Tel 5341 ARTHUR W EWING DEA FISTS 116 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS I I f A DR. WALTER V. EWING DR. . I-H' "" ' .l I Corzgrafnlaliorzf 10 W' I , DRUGGISI' g Gradualzng Clan P ? "We Make Our Own Ice Cream" w DR. LEON I. LESHAY T 26 UNION AVENUE Complimezztf of ELM DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. MARY KRASNOGOR. Realfor 62 HOU-I5 STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Real Estate JOSEPH H. STRACHMAN, Mgr. . Pl'- 44 EVERGREEN ST one Tel. 6591 FRAMINGHAM 7022 Cgplpfjpgefjlj Of FI3.I'IlIHgh3IT1 7741 Framingham 9160 1625 CONCORD STREET 9 SCHOOL STREET A L B I E ' S RDY O' LEONARD ALBERT ROUSSEAU, jr. 1 D Hardware, Poirzff, Applmzzcef, Radiof, General Pozrztmg Corzlraclor 5-pomng Goody Gafolirze, Fzzel Oily, Tiref, Bofferiey, Lzzbrieofzorz FRAMINGHAM, MASS. SAXCNVILLE, MASS. I ' Corrzpljmerzfy of PATRUNO S FA Y R E - Open Every Day Fine Wfatffyef and Diamonds Corzfeetiorzery, Delmzleuerz, Soda Foznzloirz Teleiyjjmn and Appljdmei Hallmark Greelirzg Cardf Tobfzfeo, Frozen Food! 43 HOLLIS STREET S 553335115535 FRAMINGHAM, MASS. I Telephone 9624 T T 74 L FRAMINGHAM Q41 MIC jf,, f'g II El t 1 O n a A Q A I F 116264 I . 1 t 2 -- i'fff'r1f'?i . EL Q F : BA N K :XX ' Fjhg Wi " e MEMBER of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Complzmezztf 0 PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY Devoted Exclufzzely to 1 our Health J C PENNEY M W SEIDMAN Reg Pharm Department Store 42 UNION AVENUE 1 3 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS 3 FRAMINGHAM Phone 7441 ll'fe'll Delnep 'I our Pfefrrzpnon QYE-YTD 'P '77 r Q41 IVE PRX LAKEVI EW PRESS FRAMINGHAM MASS ' J' EH I Elf? 3 E I 4-. . TRAVIS DRUG STORE Prescription Pharmacy N. H. Marmar, Reg. Pharmacist Luncbeonette, Cormetiu, Greeting Cardf 931 WORCESTER ROAD FRAMINGHAM CENTRE Phone Framingham 7471 - 7472 Compliment: of 881W LINES FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Motor Coach Service O WOODS 81 CO Paznt Hardware and Buzldmg Material 161 WAVERLY STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS Phone 6137 MODERN METHOD LAUNDRY QUICK SHIRT SERVICE WET WASH an DRY CLEANING Tel 5017 DOM S SERVICE STATION E550 Fuel O11 846 CoNCoRD STREET JUNCTION Complzments of KRASS FURNITURE WAVERLY STREET FRAMINGI-IAM MASS Oppofzte Razluay Station FARM All Make! of Radio and Telezuzon Repazred Motorola and Admnal Radmr and Telezmon Freyb Fruztf and Vegetable! FRAMINGI-IAM S RADIO REPAIR SHOP P'fMD4ff1 Horren s RAnIo s. WORCESTER TURNPIKE FRAMINGHAM MASS TELEVISION SHOP 301305 HOLLIS STREET TEL 7666 a - d I 76 I HONEST QUALITY BUILT OUR BUSINESS TWIN MAPLE FARM Complzm nt JAMES V MESITE Insurance Agency Izzrzzranre and Real Eftale TEL FRAMINGHAM 5925 2 SCHOOL STREET SAXONVILLE MASS SAGE'S SOCONY TURNPIKE FRAMINGHAM JUNCTION MISS MACKEY S SCHOOL OF DANCING STUDIO 290 UNION AVE FRAMINGI-IAM Tel 7956 Utensil lik Telephone 4252 Comphmenzf 0 Complzmentf of SAXONVILLE COAL COMPANY S H O E M A R T ' e J of I O 'J , . , 9 1 ' I ' svunmsnunrh 'On WN 'I Hmm uowmf' I ! T' T' Complmzenlf KYLE S STORE FRAMINGHAM JUNCTION THE WARDROBE, Inc FRAMINGHAM S SMARTEST MENS SHOP L DEMARINI CO CANDY FRUIT and VEGETABLES 158 UNION AVENUE R H LONG MOTOR SALES CO FRAMINCHAM PONTIAC and CADILLAC Salef and 5871156 SEAVER FLOWERS Cznmtzozzf our Speamlfy Telephone 8223 We Telegraph Flower: GERARD FARMS WATER STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS Phone 7615 BROCKELMAN S MARKET FRAMINCHAMS COMPLETE FOOD STORE . of I Q U K I I 1 4 I T Complimenfx of I 0 U . ,' 7 - I H 4 ' 1 I7 1 Dr ARTHUR J McCARTHY Complzmentf 0 VETERINARIAN 760 WORCESTER RD FRAMINGHAM CTR MCCARTHY FUNERAL HOME Telephone 3944 FURNITURE HOSPITAL CANCELLATION SHOE SHOP RES TEL 2839 SHOP TEL 7840 Save 32 6 on Famow Make Women 5 Clazldren J Shoe: H R DOANE Szzef 2 10 Wzdlby AAAAA C Establlshed 1921 A genlf or Specmlzft m Antzgzze Repazr FRAMINGHAM MASS Pom: STREET MARKET TYPWRITERS REPAIRS RENTALS SALES Chozce of Mean 6 Grorerze M NICHOLS 81 CO Inc Free Dellvery e 8361 KENDALL STREET ASHLAND MASS FRAMINGHAM HouuAP.n Jon mon PRIVATE ROOM avazlable for Banquefs. Parhes. Recephons, Bridge 120 Worcester Road, Framxngham, Mass Tel 4274 I ' f 2' Painting and Repairing, Upboljfefjngl Antiqua- Smzdlery, Cfzliforzlia Cobblery, Pemzljo and Bzzfkem' Ha o ol 0 ' T I. 42 I ny- Al KENNETH E LEBARON DDS BUTLER MOTOR CORP Hemenway Bulldmg Your Azztborzzed Ford Dealer 0 36 Year! FRAMINGHAM MASS Telephone 4355 4356 FRAMINGHAM MASS Tel 5104 59 HOWARD STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS Complzme 111 0 Compliment, 0 QUALITY CLEANERS 81 RAYMOND C AVERY FUR STORAGE INC MATTRESS CO Establlshed 1874 530 UNION AVE 74 REAR FRANKLIN STREET FRAMINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS FRAMINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS You Can SEE For Yourself Reports Of All Your Actxvrtxes Are In THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS ' f FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK . I f l f C0272 llmentf 0 F D POTTERS SONS CO Inc RENNEY S MARKET 620 HOLLIS STREET ACCOUIN TAINTS Dral 3144 24 UNION AVENUE FRAMINGHAM 3500 SCHALTENBRAND PHARMACY Damell Connolly Prop Drugf Prefcrzplzom Smzdrzef 1633 CONCORD STREET SAXONVILLE Telephone 7309 TELEPHONE TOMMY S TAXI Comteolzr Serzne Can Efjzzzpped W iffy Moforolz Tuo W ay Radzo Cor Waverly 8. Concord FRAMINGHAM MASS 6100 Compliment! 0 GARINO S HOME APPLIANCE STORE Complzmenlf 0 RECORDS RADIO MUSIC WHITE HARDWARE C0 TELEVISION Mzmr and Izzftrzmzentf CONCORD STREET Tel 5969 ROBERT K WADSWORTH TEL 8541 WADSWORTH SERVICE Establrshed 1892 FUNERAL HOME 108 LINCOLN STREET fCorner of Beechj F RAMINGHAM I s s 0' s I T 7 - f 7 I . , . . .,'. I I 1' .A , I, . , f ' K - f , . I 1 1 I ' T Complimentf of Y SAXONVILLE ICE CO. K lRAMlNGM4M, MA55"g' 75 UNION AVENUE GEORGE T STEVENS CO TELEVISION ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES' S F GREELEY Owner 32 UNION AVENUE FRAMINGHAM MASS THE LELAND GRAY STUDIO SPFCIAL SCHOOL RATES 724 UNION AVENUE FRAMINGHAM MASS Phone 5001 ALL SIZES FARMERS and MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK PARK AND FRANRLIN STREETS FRAMINGHAM MASS There IS no subsutute for a savmgs account m a Mutual Savmgs Bank' 44' rijfhpx I fu- g!! I "f ' . ww' I . 'A 3 . JLE - f' NNW: 0 i LAI' I . A"' 1 I ,f' :. 2- f 2:5 -'. A . 9 ' "' 2 .T 4 . , ' A Tl?" A 'i AI A Ar'-x ,- A. : I .'. .A Ir , - . jf ' . '.'.m . N211 :P r wilr,lHLm.!Jgn Ju H I' :X :fx . ' l' . iv 54'-3. 'A' I- I l FITTS INSURANCE AGENCY FITTS REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE lususuxcz AGENCY E- ld 91 W I 2 40 UNION AVENUE 'I Q I I FRAMINGHAM I - - . Telephone 3761 -151 You mn t go wrong at Wrzgbfx WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE Dzamondf Watrlvef ewelry Szlverwan Complete Watch and jewelry Repamng 1 16 CONCORD ST FRAMINGHAM MASS Tel 4791 FRAMINGHAM MOTORS COMPANY DesoTo PLYMOUTH 535 UNION AVENUE FRAMINGHAM MASS PAUT. GERRISH Manager Tel 83778 Telephone 4191 C P LARRABEE TRUCKING and RIGGING BOILER and MACHINERY MOVING A SPECIALTY 64 WINTHROP STREET FRAMINGHAM MASS NN gmac SPECIALISTS QAMINGHAM W' . ' ON NCE i872 99. Ol R 'f1lHlIAR ROOM 5, SMITH BUIIDINC FRAMINGI-IAM, MASS Telephone 5 35 3 is 'io l -QE I . I i ,I ,T Congratulations to the Class of 52 We know the slgh of rellef that comes at the end of your final exam Long years of tudy behlnd you and a hlg wlde world ahead But even at that lt lsnt the final test or the end of your learmng The blggest tests st1ll face you ln the cholce Many plan for college some must reckon w1th the armed forces others w1ll seek posltlons ln lndustry trade buslness We at Dennlson congratulate you on your past accompllshments lf your future plans call for steady em ployment or summer work we ll be glad to dlscuss your problems wtth you Our Employment Department w1ll welcome the chance to outllne opportumtles exxstmg IH our oflices factory and warehouse ' O 0 C ' l S . 9 . 9 . . , , - and fulfillment of your life's work. , y . , . N. . . . , , . 7 I 9 9 , ' 3 , O jlzia Cfadci M04 MIQPOJMCBCI IIFFSET PRINTING 4 o o gvercqtlzing for the ARTIST ARCHITECT-ENGINEER Spauldingomoss Co. 42 Franklin Sl. 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