Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1954

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' iii ? fy ALMA 1954 FRAMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL ,429 dqtk aftle 5304944 FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS .- -' ' L?-4632171 F f5 fiiigggkzgi. N ffitizfzqf-sf: K Q .PM .3 ,xxx JF- AUUVQ5- 1 'MY 35,143 0 ' .1150 1 5' 5 aff: I J 1 n P X X gf T1 1 f W l pp Il Ae Wieea Superintendent RICHARD N. ANKETELL Auistant Superintendent ALBERT G. REILLEY .1 . . 4 Auiftant Principal 3 , RALPH M, MARTIN ' ,ri I . 4..,' f I' .' 1. 7.5 'fl if iii Prinripal MAYO M. MAGOON 4 , 1 H.-. wif .V ,.-., L GL , .N .n I ,LM g ffhfi 8,- 1 w. Tr? 0+ l Q - 'i w' gl. g,zffq.g+ ' 16,1 4?gf'fi'? J' Q WA' 1'- tiqzfega f.: l,:3ig.5g3L Aff,- -13535. '4 ,N -f 'Llvkfi' wg- .4 , ' :gs 1' f I I l 11 -ill i l The Senior Class is proud to dedicate the 1954 PHILOMATH to MR. JOHN A. MEEGAN n loyal friend am! 4'om1.wlor. SOCIAL STUDIES E LANGUAGE A V44 if X ao t o 5 li : 1 F. - " J Left to right: Mr. Frederick Bayes, Mr. George D. Left to right: Miss Mary Cunningham, Miss Marion Lundberg, Mr. Richard H. Charles, Mr. John H. Dan- A. Benton, Mrs, janet Otis. iels, Mr. Francis J. Galvani, Mr. Henry O. Kelley. ENGLISH MANUAL TRAINING Front row, left to rihtz Miss Priscilla March, Miss Left to right: Mr. Otto Salak. Mr, Hubert Edmond. Elizabeth Lathrop. Second row: Miss Angeline Ducas, Miss Desire Goldsmith, Miss Alta Estabrook, Mr. George Keville. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MUSIC DEPARTMENT Front row, left to right: Mrs. Carolyn Bowker, Mr. Left to right: Mrs. Joann Sewell, Mr. joseph Murray. l"s1itholas Morris. Second row: Mr. Frederick Janes, Mr. Wrllisrnm Summers. ix, 5 I l ART AND HOUSEHOLD ART SCIENCE Left to right: Mrs. Lillian Kreger, Miss Alice Rich- ardson, Miss Helen H. Leland. COMMERCIAL Front row, left to right: Mrs. Mary Clasby, Mr. john Meegan, Mr. Winthrop Smith. Second row: Mr. Michael Vodoklys, Mr. john Novak, Dr, Ira Dubins. MATHEMATICS Left to right: Miss Catherine Delaney, Miss M. Alice Front row, left to right: Mr. Winthrop Smith, Miss Stanton, Miss Anna K. Kirby, Mr. Arthur L. Ross. Mary Hobbs. 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U., 1A .-J, ff? f f' 4- in -Z -V ' Ll' 9 lN'UrA J"f-' ,,,, X. , In -c rc.: lfyq 4.1 'Wir' 1 F 1 -. was UMW 1. 1 bfi' . ,ykxi lg lf ,. JE ,." 'f xX ,G X NEIL "ED" MCLELLAN "Preride1zf, pal, terrific" President 43 Student Council 2, 43 Football 23 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Rifle Clubg Aeronautics Club3 General Prom Comzmitteeg General Senior-Sophomore Committee3 A Cappella Choir 43 Chairman Publicity Senior Play. VINCENT RICHARD T RINCIA "Tops in 6l'67'j'lbfl1g be doe!" Marshal 3, 43 Officer 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Base- ball 2, 3, 43 Captain 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Vice Presi- dent of Class 3, 43 Philomath Dance 33 Football Awardsg General Committee for Graduation3 General Committee for junior Prom3 Nominating Committee for Prom and Graduation. wwf ,, ,xxw X l , t--I I i A is JOANNE MARIE MONTAL "Su'eel and petite" Student Council 43 Marshal Second Lieutenant 33 Tennis 2, 33 Archery 23 Sports Club 23 Class Secre- tary 3, 43 General Prom Committee 23 Publicity for Senior Play3 Glee Club 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Chairman Family Projects 4. EILEEN Tosri A friendly Jmile lo everyone" Class Treasurer 43 Corresponding Secretary for Stu- dent Council 43 Student Council 33 Executive Com- mittee 43 Philomath Staff 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey 43 Class Song Committee 43 Publicity for Senior Playg Usher for Student Council Dance 33 Nominating Committee 4. MARY D. "SNOOKIE" ALBERTO "Alwayr a rmile" Nominating Committee junior Prom 33 Red Cross Representative3 Hospitality Representative3 C h a r m Club 2, 33 Chess Club 4. RALPH W. ANDERSON "A friend lo the end" Safe Drivers' Club 23 Music Appreciation 33 Chair- man Christmas Projects 23 Chairman Red Cross 23 Chairman Polio Drive 2. JOSEPH R. ANGHINETTI "Sludiou.r and quiet-zz good joe" Model Plane Club 23 Prom Ticket Committee 3. BARBARA ANN H-BARBH ANNESI "Bright and rbeerfuln Marshal 43 Student Crier Staff 43 Sophomore Dra- matics Club 23 Sports Club 33 Usher junior Promg Chairman of District Candy Sale 43 Book Cover Committee 4g Entertainment Committee, Decorating Committee, Senior-Sophomore Danceg Make-up Com- mittee Senior Play 4. 'K 'Q A . X ! 3 ,fa JOAN N. ANNESI "Bundle of fbarnf' Marshal 33 Basketballg Sports Club3 Glee Club: Christmas Projects 33 Chairman Ticket Committee, junior Prom 33 Usher Football Dance3 Nominating Committee for junior Prom 33 Costume Committee, Senior Play 43 Class Gift Committee. PHILIP "PHIL" AQUINO "Good qualifier galore" Baseball 33 Safe Drivers' Club 2. BEVERLY "BABE" BALLENTINIE "A1u'.1yI .flllflfllg and full ofAfu11" Basketball 2, 33 Softball 23 Tennis 23 Archery 21 Sports Club 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Usher. All-State Music Festival 23 Senior-Sophomore Ticket Commit- tee 33 Christmas Project 4. - DONALD C. BANCROFT "Tr11w1led .vid good n.1.'11u'd" Band 33 Swing Band 3. 43 Glee Club 2. 3. 41 Adxer- tising Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance 41 Model Airplane Club 23 Publicity Committee. Senior Playg Class Prophet. I ROBERT D. BILODEAU "Mori Io my the learf' Baseball 2. 3, 43 Sports Club 3, 4. EDWIN L. BLossoM "Sunny an 4 rainy day" Track 2. 3, 43 "F"3 Chemistry Clubg Broadcasting Clubg Glee Club 3, 43 Properties Committee, Senior Play. AGNA Boass "Diligence reapr bigb reu'ard.r." Basketball 43 Field Hockey 43 Softball 33 Tennis 23 Archery 33 Golf 33 Properties Committee, Senior Playg Chemistry Club 33 Biology Club 43 Graduation Decoration Committee 3. JOHN Boumor "A dam :riff kid" Football 2. 3: Dramatic Club3 Rifle ClUbQ Prom Pa- trol 33 Red Crossg Glee Club 23 A Cappella Choir. FLOYD BANCROFT "jolly, by goIly" Marshal 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Football 23 Presi- dent, Dramatic Clubg Glee Club 23 Christmas Choir 33 Ushering Committee for Prom 33 Christmas Proj- ect 33 Chairman Tickets for Graduation. STELLA JEAN BASSETT "A rhining Jmile" Charm Club 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ERNEST A. BELFORTI "Honey: Erneft ir quile life guy" Student Council 3, 43 Executive Committee 43 Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 43 Sports Editor3 Basketball 2, Football, 2, 3, 43 Co-Captain 43 Track 33 Gen- eral Committee Prom 33 Nominating Committee 4g A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Boys' State Delegate 33 Chairman Entertainment, Football Dance 3. DOROTHY BELONIS "Dixie if rz gfedf pal" Camera Club 23 Safe Drivers' Club 33 Music Festival Ticket Committee 33 Glee Club 2 ,3, 4. ff -D mi FREDERICK BORELLI "Quite bright and all right" Christmas Projects. HELENE BOWSER "Deligla1ful and demure" Charm Club 2, 33 Knitting Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3. ROBERT BRANAGAN "Enough mid" Baseball 23 Rifle Club 2, 3g Polio Drive 23 Christ- mas Projects 3. FERNE LOUISE BRANDOLINI "Born beauty" Charm Club 2, 33 Safe Drivers Club 43 Senior Nomi- nating Committeeg Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 33 Christmas Projects3 Fudge Saleg Costume Committee, Senior Play3 Chairman, Banquet Commit- tee. -2154 . ,ya-,Size 3' Aran 1' t 4 . ' ' ' J? fr . , i - . i,:,iixg..,n,,:,,,r ' tw " I inn ' ya" 1,0 43 'I 'mv' 'tit' .riff ,ia ,ix-,, CALVIN WEST BROOM "He maker a clean Ju'eep" Football 23 Track 23 Prom Decoration Committee 33 Gym Exhibition 2. ROBERT "Bucs" Buousv "Chuck full of clsurblef' Marshal 43 Co-Editor Philomathg Student Crier As- sistant Manager 3. Business Manager 43 Track 3, 43 Prom Publicity Committee 33 Patrol, Publications Dance 3: Patrol, Football Dance 3: Chairman Pa- trol, Senior-Sophomore 43 Delegate to UN Day 33 Delegate to Publications Convention 3. JOSEPHINIE Bunmowsxi "A .rrudcnt of rare ability" Dramatic Club 2: Charm Club 33 Knitting Club 43 Glee Club 23 School Census 3. - JOHN M. Bumaacrc "Lrmd.r of fun and prr.rou.vlily" Aifltlllne Club 2. 3: Patrol Committee. SeniobSopho- more Dance. at A-22' Q 'ke i in Hi lRENE R. CACCIOLA "S111tzU and full of pep" Student Crier Advertising Staff 2, 3, 4g'Charm Club 2, 33 Christmas Project 51 Salvation Army Project 33 Red Cross Projects 31 Football Dance Refreshment Committee 4, Lost and Found Committee 43 Music Festival Usher 41 Fudge Sale 31 Usher, Senior Play. HAZEL BERNICE CAHILL "IU our ojvinimi .t1'Je'r okay" Charm Club 2, 3: Knitting Club 41 Glee Club 2, 3. -ig School Census 3. jAMi2s JOSEPH CAIN "II.111ji.j gn flfrif' Dnirniitit Club 31 Dctorntion Committee for Gradua- tion 3, lfootbiill Dance Decoration Committee 31 C,hiistin.is Projects 2, I, JOAN CHRISTINA CANNINQ "Pnl .mil fH't'lll1" M.irsh.il 3. l, Cirzuluation l'shc'r 32 Field Hotkey 3g Lost .mtl liountl 1, Mal-cc-up fQommittc'c. Senior Play, t,li:'istuig1s Projctts 2. 3, -lg Cilce Club 2, 3, -IL Dra- miiru Club JL Sports Club 31 Knitting Club Al. GREGORY LAVURENCE BURBANK "Tall, bland and rlJy" Band 25 Track 2. MARLENE G. BURNS "Quia, bu! nice" Charm Club 2, Sports Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY BUTTERVVORTH "Polished perionalifyn Student Council 43 Basketball 23 Tennis 2, Golf 3, Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3g A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Cap and Gown Committee 33 Chairman Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 43 Chairman Costume Committee, Senior Play. LAURA CACCIAGRANI "Nice flolber, looks, and boys" Basketball 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Charm Club 2, Sports Club 31 Chess Club 4, Lost and Found Rep- resentative 2g Candy Sale 3, 41 Christmas Project 3, 4. ALEXANDER R. CAPONE "Lc1dier' man" Student Council 23 Football 3, "F"3 Model Airplane Club 23 Music Appreciation Club 33 Chess Club 4, Secretaryg junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. BERTHA LAURA CARTER "Sincere and good na!ured" Cap and Gown Committee 33 Basketball 33 Archery 33 Badminton 4g Tennis 43 Christmas Projectsg Charm Club 2, 33 Ushering Committee, Senior Play. MARY THERESA CARTER "Dimpler gqloreu Marshal 43 Basketball3 Charm Club 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Graduation Usherg Ticket Committee, Senior Playg Fudge Sale3 Graduation Ticket Committee. JOANNE FRANCES CASEY "Nite newcomer" President, Knitting Club 43 Safe Drivers' Club 33 Tennis 33 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Usher for Gradu- ation 3. Eh wir' A I 3 , I A 'wg 'Wr- 1 JOHN HJACKH CASHMAN "Rall1er rhy and Jeriouf' Golf 3. 4: Glee Club 3. 4. ROGER CASTELLI "Sz1100lb ufordr make 11110015 u'.1yr" Marshal 3g Student Crier Staff 23 Voc. Dance Com- mittee 43 Voc. Trade Show Committee 3: Good Government Day Alternate 4. EDNYARD T. CHURCH "Twice .Jr good an SIll1d.1.l" Secretary, Rifle Club 21 Sports Club 3. Alg School Census 3. -THOMAS "TOMMY CLARK "Fir.ff NJ!! f1r.'. lift d4'lIgl'f" Sports Club 2. 3: Safe Drivers' Club Rl. fl! af A 4 fx . Ii 'ir 1' f-9 A H' 'I n-, W ARTHUR DEANGELIS "Friendly, fozzridcruzte, .md sincere." Sports Club 2: Chemistry Club 33 Chess Club 43 Cap and Gown Committee 53 Fudge Sale -lg Salvation Army Home Room Chairmang Sound Effects, Senior Play. ROBERT FRANCIS DEGNAN "Plwz1y of bleu'-lwu"' Dance Patrol -lg School Census 3. VIRQINIA S. DRSIMONE "A fl.zfr fm' fr1.rbiw1" Christmais Protect 2, 3, -lg Glcc' Club 2, 3, -lg SCl'I0Ol J Census 51 Music lic-Stixxil 2, 3, 'l. Rosmim la. lDlATAl.l-YI "Oh, you Lid" Sports Club 53 Safe Drivers' Cluhg Christmas Proj- ect, Cilc-c' Club J. 3, -ig Prom Patrol. ,- 'af RICHARD D'ANDREA "Sincere, dependable, and good looking" Safe Drivers' Club 49 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. EVELYN F. DANIELS "A friendly word lo ez'ery0ne" Charm Club 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 4. THOMAS M. DARCY "W'ell liked by everyone" Christmas Projects. ARTHUR S. DAVIS "Hand50me Jlar of our Jenior play" Student Council 2, 3g Marshal 43 Philomath Staff 4g Chemistry Club 4g French Clubg Glee Club 2, 3g Chairman of Cap and Gown Committee 3g Decora- tion Committee, Senior-Sophomore Danceg Senior Playg Toast, Senior Banquet. CAROL ANN "DICKIE', DICKINSON "A terrific Jenre of bumof' Charm Club 2, 3, Secretary 23 Sport Club 43 Glee Club 4j Decoration Committee for Football Dance 4g Christmas Projects 23 School Census. JEANETTE D,lNDIA "Admimtion and pmire will be ben" Field Hockey 2, 33 Charm Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Festival 2, 3, 4. JOAN MARIE DUNN "Sweet, Jmall, and .filenz" Charm Club 33 Music Appreciation Club 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proj- ects 2, 33 Candy Sale 4. ROBERT USEGEH EAGAN "Appealing lo women" Glee Club 2, 33 School Census 33 Christmas Projects3 Fudge Sale 4. T . 6 nn' , 1 1 , '4'i,,, 1 . -W. 'x KATI-IRYN E. FAIR "She if as good ar The if fair." Philomath 4j Basketball 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 Badminton 23 Archery 2, 33 Golf 3, "F"3 Presi- dent, Library Service 3, 43 Costume Committee, Senior Play 4. MARTHA ANN FARLEY "Friendly, likeable, willy z'ermtilily, foo" "Marshal 3, 43 Student Council 23 Philomath Staff 43 Senior Play Cast 43 Basketball 23 Tennis 23 Class I-Iistoriang Library Service 43 Chairman, Ushering Committee, Graduation 33 Decorating Committee for Football and Senior-Sophomore Dances 4. JOANNE "COOKIE" FAULKNER "A cookie without .1 j.n"' Basketball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 23 Sports Club 2, -i3 Treas- urer, Dramatic Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, -11 Chairman, Christmas Projects 2: Lost and Found 21 Refreshment Committee, Prom 3: Candy Sale 33 Book Cover Com- mittee 3. DOROTHY PHYLLIS FAZZARI "ArtiJlic talent .md f1er,mz1.1li!-1', lou" Student Council 33 junior Class Treasurerg Philomath 43 Chairman, Entertainment Committee, Senior-Sopho- more Dance 4: Decorations. Football Dance -in Book Cover Committee 33 Co-Chairman, Lost and Found 33 Make-up Committee, Senior Play, Class Prophet. MICHAEL FIORILLO "The original 'laugh a minule' " Philomath Staff 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Graduation Decoration Committee, Senior Play Cast, Senior- Sophomore Entertainment Committee, Captain, Candy Sale 4, Publicity Committee for Christmas Projects. PHYLLIS ANN FOGLIONI "Prelty and full of fuzz" Marshal 3, First Lieutenant 4, Student Crier Staff 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Tennis 2. 3, Vice President, Sports Club 3: Class Lawyer, Ticket Committee, Senior Play, junior Prom Nominating Committee 3, Chairman, Refreshment Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Lost and Found Committee 2, 3, 4. RICHARD K. FOLEY "Strong and Silent" Student Council 2, Marshal 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, 33 Camera Club 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Gradua- tion Ticket Committee, Nominating Committee 4. WILLIAM GORDON FOLEY "Liheahle guy" Baseball 4, Chairman, Broadcasting Club 4, Glee Club 3, Properties Committee, Senior Play, A Cap- pella Choir 4, Chairman, Christmas Projects 4, Class Song 41 Music Festival Committee 3, 4, All-State Choir 4. PAUL FEATHERSTONE ' 'TA rolling :lone galher: no mon" Candy Sale. JOSEPH A. FEDOLFI "A pleasant boy with happy lookin Model Airplane Club, Lost and Found Committee. MICHELE FERRAGAMO "DamJel'.f delighf' Football 2, 3, 4, "F", Track 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Model Airplane Club 3, Advertising Committee, Prom 3, Nominating Committee 3, Advertising Committee, Football Dance 4, Polio Committee 3, Class Prophet. NORMAN FERRI "Nofm'J a greaz guy' Voc. Student Government 2, 3, 4, Voc. School Presi- dent 4, Voc. Dance Committee 4, Graduation Ticket Committee 4, Voc. Trade Show Committee 3. 5:24 7 A RITA G. FOWLER "Witty, prelly, and fun" Student Crier Advertising Staff 3, 43 Philomath Staff 4g Dramatic Club 23 Hospitality Committee 31 Safe Drivers' Club 33 Knitting Club 43 Chairman, Candy Sale. DONALD F. FRAIZE "Ready .rmile and roving eye" Baseballg A Cappella Choir. JOAN JEAN GHETTI "Silly, but lol: of fun" Safe Drivers' Club 23 Glee Club 3, 4g Class Song Committee 4g Ticket Committee, Music Festival. RICHARD C. GONFRADE "Full of persomzliiy powef' Footballg Sports Clubg Rifle Club. .IL nn. 3- L. wi " Q' .1 gp -:wi lf 5 X UV' r 'f v 4, V " ' ' , . e AJS Q 3' T1 i ' v. J ' . 7 It , J ' SVC.. - I .11 ,fn , ' .Q : 5 J ' 1.1 Sigilefif, Q . 1 I 1, 533513. L 1 -, A R-, I 2 Ir. s I 'Y' - , ' H ' 751-lt " , CHARLES H. GORMAN "Quiet guy but a true friend" Band 2, 33 Christmas Projects 3, 43 School Census 5. ROBERT CHARLES GRAHAM "AlwayJ a winning smile" Hockey 3, 4, "F"3 Track 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Sports Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Christmas Projects 23 Football Dance Patrol 3. JOSEPH B. GRANIERI "Happy sense of lJumor" Track 3, 43 Chess Club 43 Band3 Art Work for Play and Prom 33 Stage and Lighting, Senior Play 4. ELAINE MARIE GRAY "Sparkling eyes and winning .rmile" Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 43 Philomath 43 Basketball 23 Field Hockey 3, 4, "F"3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Chair- man, Decorating Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance 43 Publicity Committee, Junior Prom 3: Chairman, Receiving Line, Publications Dance 33 Refreshment Committee, Student Council Dance 3. gf? i 5 f' e is-I fir' Aww, J G' gill 4' Qc ii JANET GUSTAT "A flair for fuzz" Student Crier Staff Z, 3. -ig Basketball 2g Tennis 2g Archery 21 Safe Drivers' Club 2g Glee Club 2, 3, -lg Christmas Projects 2. 31 Class Gift Committeeg Stu- dent Crier Dance 2. 31 Football Dance 4. DAVIID B. GUSTIN "Quiet, bu! mlezifed .md .Yll1fc'?'8lj' friendly" Art Editor of Philomath 4, Rifle Clubg Properties Committee, Senior Play. CH1tis'riN15 R. GUY "Cou11l on ber for .n1yIlJia1g" Basketball 2, 'lg Charm Club Z. 51 Glee Club 2. 5, 'll Christmas Projects. JEAN M. Gtn'oT'r'Iz "A ,Ulfl 11 liffll tllllkl-'H mic" Stuilrgnt Crier Staff 2, 3. -l, Iiasketballg Field Hockey Alg Tennis 3. "l""1 Decoration Committee, Student C,rier-Pliiloiimtli Dante 33 Ticket Committee. Student Crier-Philomiitli Dance 2, Dramatic Club 21 Glee Club 2, 3, Ai. Christmas Projects 2, Properties Com- mittee. Senior Play. ,X . I ELEANOR M. GRAY "Lu.rti0uJ smile and Jumbizze perronalilyu Student Crier 4, Basketball 2, 3, Field Hockey 4' Dramatic Club 23 Sports Club 3, Refreshment Com- mittee, Junior Promg Senior Nominating Committee, Ushering Committee, Senior-S o p h o m o r e Danceg Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Ushering for Senior Play' Executive Committee, Graduation. 9 DONALD J. GREALEY "Plearant and friendly" Christmas Projects. ALBERT D. GUERRA "Really on ihe beam" Student Council 45 Marshal 3, 4, Captain 4, Football 2, 3, 4, "F"g Track 2, 3, "F"g President, Clean-up Committee, Prom 33 Treasurer, Christmas Drive 23 President, Red Cross Drive 3g Graduation Day Com- mittee. EMERY J. GUERTIN " 'Clairkie' ir a Heal to know" Band 2, 33 Graduation Ticket Committee. JAMES HALLIDAY "Cu!e co-mptairz of our bafkeibull team" Marshal 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Co-Captain, Basketball 4, Track 43 Dramatic Club 33 Sports Club 43 Prom Patrol Committee 33 Ticket Committee, Senior Play3 Graduation Day Committee. JANET HANAGAN "Cure lilfle blonde" Dramatic Club 23 Chess Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Decorating Committee for Graduation 3. JOSEPH HARPER "A cheerful pal" Rifle Club 2, 3. RICHARD "FLASH" HARPER "Candlepin king" Rifle Club 23 Dramatic Club 33 President of Chess Club 4g Lost and Found Representative 23 Prom Patrol. B . 14 ' 1 1? 3 f WILLIAM "BILL" HARRINGTON "lV0nderful boy, with Jubzle blJ7ll01'H Philomath Staff 43 Safe Drivers' Club 23 Band 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Senior Play Cast3 Captain, Fudge Sale 43 Lost and Found Representative 2. JUDITH P. HASTINGS "A Jmile for all" Basketball 43 Field Hockey 33 Band 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3. MARGARET A ."PEGoY" HAYDEN "A keen perforzality' Basketball 33 Softball 23 Camera Club 23 Dramatic Club 33 Chess Club 43 Candy Sale 33 Christmas Projects 33 Glee Club. BARBARA ANN HICKS . "A pearb of rz gal" Marshal 43 Philomath Staff 43 Basketball 3, 4. "F"3 Dramatic Club 23 Camera Club 33 Library Service Secretary 43 Nominating Committee 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Usher at Junior Prom 3: Decorating Com- mittee at Football Dance 4. 4.3 Fx AL ARNOLD F. JOHNSON "A f7'Ill'l1l'0I'1!Jj' pal" Student Crier Staff 2, 3. 43 Golf 2, 33 Christmas P' Projects 43 Junior Prom Ticket Committee 2, 33 Graduation Decoration Committee 33 Stage and Light- ing, Senior Play. MARILYN FRANCES KAPLAN "Full of lauglar and friendlinerf' Dramatic Club 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Projects 2. 33 Drivers' Education 4. Christmas JOHN F. KARP "PleaIan1 character" Band 2, 3, -13 Orchestra 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3. WILLIAM JOHN KEANEY "All around pal" Golf3 Safe Drivers' Club3 Glee Clubg A Cappella Choir. ROBERTA A. HINDS "Cure, near, and friendly" Tennis 23 Library Service 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Christ- mas Project 2, 3, 4g Drivers' Education 3. G. JAMES HUBENER "MlJChlE1'0llI eyer and laughing eye!" Christmas Projects3 Football 3, 4. FRANCES HUBERT "Helping hand and friendly laearf' Sophomore Dramatic Club 23 Secretary 23 Sports Club 33 Chess Club 43 Glee Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Christmas Projects 33 Cap and Gown Com-- mittee 3. INGER DARLENE JENNER "Alu'ayr rurcer.fful" Basketball 2, 3, 43 Softball 2, 33 Archery 33 Dra- matic Club 2, 33 Play Committee 23 Knitting Club 4. 3 SHIRLEY ANNE KELLEY "Beau!y more than rein deep" Marshal 43 Sports Club 33 Lost and Found 23 Drivers' . Educationg Graduation Ushering Committee 33 Senior- Sophomore Decorating Committee 4g Usher, Senior Play. DAVID F. KEMP "Quin, but nice" Vocational Dance Committee 4. MARY ALICE KENTEL "A Jinrere friend zo all" Charm Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOI-IN RUSSELL KENYON "A plearing diyparitionu Football 2, 3, 4, "F", Track 43 Drivers' Education 23 Rifle Club 33 Music Festival Committee 23 Gym Ex- hibition 23 Stage and Lighting, Senior Play 4. f"ag.IQ G I MV ' ,- 5' 2 ' '- 'fliiatirlfr j V 1 3 '1iJ'4Q,x"'i'j , ' ' af ' Fi f ' '- aa. 1 I' I ' ,I . ' i 1 me . - I WILUAM PI-IILLIP KILEY "Alu'ayr helping with a mzile" Track 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Rifle Club 2, 31 Lost and Found Committee 33 Stage and Lighting, Senior Play. at f . in fl' I HENRY KING "Alu'.zyf a jokef aluxzyr a mule" :A 1' Marshal 3, Officer 43 Sports Club 2, 3, 4g Chairman Patrol for Prom. v 4 GAIL DOROTHY KITTREIHGF "Cure from bead to foe" Student Council 2, 3, 41 Officer 3: Executive Com- mittee 2, 33 Student Crier Staff 4: Philomath Staff 43 Hockey 4, "F"3 General Committee for junior Prom 33 Chairman of Refreshments for Senior-Sopho- more Dance 43 Chairman of Entertainment for Foot, ball Dance 43 Nominating Committee 4. NANCY ANN KITTREDGE "Her ffiendrlvip c.m'! be f7e'.ll" Archery 33 Charm Club 23 Safe Drivers' Club 33 Club Committee 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 33 Cap and Gown Committee 3. are 'Q MURRAY JAMES LEVENSON "Never a dull women!" Baseball 2, Football 2, 31 Sports Club 21 Dramatic Club 3g Christmas Projects 3. WARREN K. LEVENSON "PerJ0mzlily pluf win" Baseball 23 Rifle Club 2, 33 Model Building Club 4. PRISCILLA KATHERINE LEWIS "Cw1ridem1e and down In eizrllf' Basketball Z. 3. 43 Library Serviceg Dramatic Club 25 Sports Club, Prom Decoration Committeeg Christ- mas Projects -11 junior Red Cross 21 Make-up Com- mittee, Senior Play. FLORENCE MARIETTA LIGHTBODY "Sunny ir bound lo be ben" Tennis 23 Basketball Managerg Drivers' Education Club 2, Sports Club 33 Library Service Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2, 3, Cap and Gown Committee 3g Football Dance Refreshment Commit- tee -lg Costume Committee, Senior Play. JEAN THERESA LEBLANC "Friendly lo all" Student Crier Advertising Staff 3, 4, Christmas Proj- ects. EARL R. LEHNI-IERR "Siudiour and ambiliouf' Glee Club. FRANCIS LEPORATI "Full of rim and rigof' Safe Drivers' Club 2. LUCILLE LEPORATI "Ambition at itr bert" Student Crier Advertising Staff 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 43 Archery 2, Glee Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Decoration Committee, Graduationg Costumes for Senior Play. PATRICIA "PAT" LINCOLN "Sweet and May" Charm Club 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proj- ect Home Room Chairmang Cap and Gown Commit- 1166. LESLIE L. LONGWORTH, JR. "Arrive par excellence" Art Clubg Aeronautics. CATHERINE E. MABIE "Laugh galore" Tennis 23 Archery 33 Library Service Club 33 Safe Drivers' Club 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Christmas Projectsg Rf Home Room Chairman 3. JOHN "MAG" MAGRI "Tall, dark, and bandromeu Football 4, Track 23 Drivers' Clubg Sports Clubg Glee Club. K RICHARD MAGLTIRE UA Rifle Club 23 Red Cross. DOROTHY MAHONEY "A ,rilem ,TLIICFVE ,vrl10l.zr" Basketball3 Tennis 43 Golf 33 Dramati fed bead wifbout 41 Iemperu 'Nb "Wig tg, x I cs Club 23 Sports Club 3g Glee Club 2, 3. 43 Properties Com- mittee for Senior Play. JAMES R. MAHONEY, JR. HBLKQ-lJ6'.1!'fcld .md good-f1.1!m'ed Safe Drivers' Club 23 Sports Club 33 G 3. 43 Christmas Projects 3. ' ALFRED J. MAININI -Q lee Club 2. "Al',r .z1u'.1-tpr Jfvllfld for 1.1u.qlII" Sports Club 3. Jr I . Rai' MARX' JO MARTIN "The .funrlvirze of your r111ile" Student Council 43 Editor, Biography and Verse Philomath 41 Drum Majorette 2, 33 Head Majorette 43 A Cappella Choir 43 junior Nominating Commit- tee, Chairman, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom, Chairman, Ushering Committee, Senior-Sophomoreg Senior Play Cast, Refreshment Committee, Football Dance: Library Service 3, 4. RICHARD CLAYTON MASTERMAN "Tall and terrific" Student Council 2, Marshal 3. 4, Basketball 2, 3, "F"g Rifle Club 23 Chemistry Club 31 Glee Club 2, Ticket Committee, Prom: Cap and Gown Commit- tee, Tickets, Senior Play, School Census. lRXX'lN MASON "fl rm! cbrznlrlef' Camera Club 23 President, Art Club 31 Chess Club 4, Lost and Found Representative 2. pA'l'RlClA ANN lVlATHlEU "P.11'I I1 fwrferl fm!" Chess Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2. 3. ERNEST RICHARD MANIKAS "A true friend to all" Broadcasting Club 2g Camera Club 3. BURTON ROBERT MARMER "A born leaderg E1'6'1'j'0l78,.f friend" Student Council 2, 3, President 4g Student Council Executive Committee 41 Class President 33 Student Crier Staff 4g Philomath Staff 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Chairman, FHS Christmas Projects 4g Delegate to State House 43 Delegate to Boys' State 3. ALAN S. MARSHALL "Always tearing, but fun" Rifle Clubg Chemistry Clubg Glee Club 23 Fudge Sale, Distributor 4. CRAIG S. MARTENSON "Much ado about noibingu Marshal 4, Student Crier 3, Co-Editor 45 Football 4, "F"g Track 33 Chemistry Club 3g Patrol Committee, Publications Dance 35 Entertainment Committee, Senior-Sophomore, Candy Sale 3, Captain 4, Christ- mas Projects 4. FRANCIS J. MCDEVITT "Fran if a friend to everyone" Marshal 43 Football Manager3 Senior-Sophomore Dance Committee 43 Christmas Projects 43 Chairman, Class Gift. JAMES "RED" MCDEVITT "A fmt man a-field" Student Council 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 43 Football 2, 3 Co-Captain 4, "F"3 Track 2, Captain 3, Glee Club 43 Sports Club 23 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Stu' dent Crier Dance 23 Chairman, Graduation Day Com mittee. BETTY ANN MCENTEGGART "SludiouJ and friendly" Safe Drivers' Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Prom Ticket Committee 33 Christmas Proj- ects 2, 3, 4. JOHN MCGRAIL "A rnczrwelour Jludenf' Chess Club 43 Stage and Lighting, Senior Play. ' 1 0 A 4 a 316,12 Q ,J .Q 'WF a g " fx'-f4ti.,,'k'!fQ .. I K-,-3.4 :i7,g,i.'! . ,. - 5.-X, js A :359"??5sf' Q j, 5 Q2 1 a ' l l i ,I I l i JAMES J. MCKEAN "My.' He laar J!yle" Student Crier Advertising Staff 43 Golf 3. 4, "F"3 Airplane Club 23 Dramatics 3. E JEANNE MCLAUGHLIN "Friend to one and all" I Marshal 3, 43 Basketball3 Tennisg Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Dramatics 23 Refreshment Committee, Junior Promg Chairman, March of Dimes3 Christmas Proj- ectsg Red Cross. MARY JANE MCNAMARA "Smiling eyex and friendly di,rpo,ri1i0n" Tennis 23 Broadcasting Club 23 Safe Drivers' 3: Chess Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3. -13 Lost and Found Representative 23 Christmas Projects 2, 4: School Census 3. RUTH MERCER , "A friend indeed" , Student Crier 2, 3, 43 Philomnth Staff -tg Safe Drix- l ers' Club 23 Glee Club 2. 3, -13 Publications Dance Ticket Committee 31 Christmas Proiects 2. 31 Lunch- room 2. RHP 9 I I MARJORIE MILLER "A bear! of gold" Music Appreciation Club 2, 33 Sports Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Gym Demonstration 2. MARILYN MINAI-IAN "Small and sincere" Philomath Staff 43 Dramatic Club 23 Safe Drivers' Club 33 Library Service Club 43 Ushering Commit- tee, Senior-Sophomore Dance 43 Fudge Sale, Dis- trict Chairman 43 Refreshment Committee at Football Dance 43 Graduation Ushering Committee 33 Cap and Gown Committee 33 Senior Play Ushc-ring Commit- tee 3. RICHARD MOORE "A 71111 regular guy" Safe Drivers' Club 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Fudge Sale 3, 43 School Census 5. ELIZABETH HCISSYH MOZDIEZ "Giggles .Amd utiggluf' Student Crier 3, 43 Basketball Captain 2, 5. 43 Field Hockey 2. 43 Softball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 43 Cheer- leader 43 Sophomore Dramatic Club 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Play -l3 lfshering, Grand March Com- mittee, junior Prom 3. Q , JENNIFER MERRIAM "Calm, cool and collerledn "Charm Club 23 Safe Drivers' Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Usher, Senior Play. ELEANOR MARY "BUNNY" MESSANA "Nez'er dull-zzeref quief' Sports Club3 Music Appreciation3 Chess Club3 Glee Club3 Christmas Projectsg Usher at Graduation 33 School Census. EDWARD H. MILES "Happy-go-lucky" Baseball 23 Football 23 Rifle Club 23 Dramatic Club 33 Prom Patrol Committee 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. CLAUDETTE MILLER "Sincere and underrlandingu Music Appreciation Club 2, 33 Class Song Commit- tee 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 4. JOHN P. MULLEN "HandJome and rilenf' Dramatic Club 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Fudge Sale 3, 4j School Census 33 Book Cover Sale 2. RICHARD H. MURDOCK "Alu'ayr an appropriate remark" Music Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Fudge Sale 23 School Census 3. DAVID JOSEPH UDAVEH MURPHY "Crazy mixed up little Jlurb pamper" Track 2, 33 junior Varsity Football 23 Hospitality Committee 23 Band 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Christ- mas Projects 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH "BETTY" MURRAY "Loquacious and fliflaliouf' Sports Club 23 Charm Club Secretary 33 Chess Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4j Usher at Graduation 33 Christ- mas Projects 2, 3, 4. CAROLE ANN NANATONIS "Ar!ir!ir and good lneartedn Cheerleader 43 Student Council 23 Marshal 3, 43 Bas- ketball 2, 33 Tennis 23 Sophomore Dramatic Club 2, 3, Vice President3 Chairman for Decoration of junior Prom 3j Glee Club 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Chairman for Properties, Senior Play. ELAINE MARIE NANATOVICH "Lively with a ,flllllly dirpoyiliozf' Marshal 3, 43 Student Crier Staff 43.Philomath SI3.fl:Q Basketball 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey 3, 43 Softball 2. 33 Tennis 3, "F"3 Library Service Club 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Grand March and Ushering Committee, junior Prom. RONALD A. NATOl.I ''Sleepy-lyobfodder" M3fSh3lQ Football 33 Rifle Club 23 Christmas Proj- ects 23 Prom Patrol 3. BARBARA "PEANUT" NEI "A lbefvpy pin! of pa.n1ut,I" Basketball 2: Glee Club 23 Usher for Graduation 3. LP PATRICIA A. O,BRIEN "Friendly, with 41 uuggizzg fonguen Philomath 41 Student Crier Photographer 3, 41 Bas- ketball 2, 3. 41 Field Hockey 3. 4. "F"1 Camera Club 21 A Cappella Choir 3. 41 Junior Prom Ticket Committee 31 Cap and Gown Committee 31 Refreshf ment Committee. Senior-Sophomore Dance. JOHN "JACKIE" O'GItADY "A1u'ayy ready for a joke" Student Council 3, 41 Philomath Staff 41 Basketball 2. 3. 4. "Fug Sports Club 21 Dramatic Club 31 Glee Club 41 Record Hop Patrol Chairman 31 Graduation Clean-up Committee1 Delegate to Annual State Stu- dent Council 31 Graduation Ticket Committee. ELIZABETH ANN OLIVER "St1m',r Iwmllllu and f7lc'tlh'I!1f" Marshal 41 Basketball 21 Majorette 2, 31 Band Leader 41 A Cappella Choir 41 Graduation Ticket Commit- teel Hospitality Committee 41 Dramatic Club 21 Sports Club 31 Prom Refreshment Committee 3. JANET L. O'NEll. "Happy :If a lark" Golf 31 Archery 31 Home Room Chairman of Care and Finance. BARBARA A. "BARB" NELSON "Good matured" Basketball 2, 41 Softball 21 Sports Club 21 Music Ap- preciation Club 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 41 Christmas Projects 21 Lost and Found Committee 4. CAMILLE NICOLORO "M0d6!l and witty" Sports Club 21 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Cap and Gown Committee 31 Book Covers 33 Costume Committee for Senior Play. GILBERT S. NUNES "A1u'dyJ on the ben!" Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 41 Christmas Projects 21 Senior-Sophomore Dance Patrol 41 Cap and Gown Committee. GEORGIANNA NUNNALLY "Friendly and ia.7kati1'e" Biology C1ub1 Glee Club1 Red Cross Representative. NJH- ., J, ' . ' jd. 1 ,u. - 1y,.- 5--1 .f - X BETTY ORRILL "Pretty and u'it.fy" Basketballg Glee Club, A Cappellag Class Song Committee. PHYLLIS E. ORRILL "Friendly and fair" Tennis 3g Drivers' Education 4, Glee Club 3. CHARLES OTENTI, JR. "Ace ir 4 dam gaod kid" Marshal 3, 4, Student Crier 4, Exchange Editor, Philomathg Hockey 3, 4, "F", Model Airplane Club 25 Glee Club 23 A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Ticket Com- mittee, junior Prom, Banquet Committee, Stage and Lighting Committee, Senior Play. EUGENE P. OTENTI "Newer rad" Marshal 2, 3, Basketball 35 Sports Club 2, 3g Glee Club 4. is f- ,, tw.. N H .- A F . 1 F ff ' , it . lt iw Y fd 4? 'On 1 I .' V Q JOAN MARIE PATCHETT "Small and Ju'eet" Student Crier Advertising Staff 2, 33 Basketball 21 Dramatic Club 33 Sports Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 31 Usher for Graduation 3g Drivers' Education 3. RITA JANE PEACOCK "A kind word for all" Charm Club 3g Knitting Club 45 Glee Club 3, 4. Guru ANNE PEARSON Hfflllbjfillllj' .md !7lc'.l.f.II1l" Dramatic Club 21 Glee Club 2. 5. -lg A Cappella Choir 3g Ushering Committee. Graduation 31 Deco- ration Committee for Senior-Sophomore Dance. EUGENE PEVERI 'lA11l'.I'j',f :riff hir buff" Model Airplane Club 23 Aeronautics Club 31 Deco- rating Committee, Junior Prom 5. WARREN L. PREBLE "Sile1zee if golden" Christmas Projects. WILLIAM PROVOST "Curly lmir and twirzkfizlg eye!" Rifle Club: Graduation Day Committee. VIRGINIA THERIasA QAFZEZI "G'im1ie bar 11 perfect 'line' " Student Crier Staff 2, 33 Feature Editor 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Softball 23 Dramatic Club 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Properties Committee, Senior Play3 Chairman, Sal- vation Army 23 Chairman, Red Cross 23 Lost and Found 3, Chairmang Chairman, Family Project 2, 4. MARGARET "MARGOT" QUINN "Hr1f1py'.I I1 terrific ful" Crier Staff 3, -1, Social Editor 43 Philomath Staff 43 Sophomore Dramatic Clubg Library Service Club, Vice President 113 Usher at Crier-Philomath Dance 33 Ticket Committee, Crier-Philomath Dance 33 Usher, Senior-Sophomore Dance 43 Nominating Com- mittee 43 Banquet Committeeg Properties Commit- tcc, Senior Play. DAVID PIACENTINI "Full of joker" Rifle Club 2. STANLEY PIGNONE "Keen of wil" Vice President, Safe Drivers' Club 23 Sports Club 33 Rifle Clubg Glee Club 2. 3, 4. ROBERT POOLE "A faithful friend" Student Council 23 Radio Clubg Glee Club 23 Sound Effects, Senior Play. ELIZABETH EVELYN PRATT "Pretly Betty, lrue and steady" Basketball 2, 33 Charm Club 2, 33 Glee Club 23 Graduation Usher 3. ROBERT A. RAMSTROM "Tall and good naturedn Philomath Staff3 Football 33 Model Airplane Club 2, 33 Fudge Sale 4g "F" in Football. KEITH RAYMOND P' "A true friend" 90" Rifle Club 2. MARGUERITE E. RICE "Hat a heart of gold" Charm Club 23 junior Dramatic Club3 Field Hockey 23 Glee Club. PETER R. RICHARDS "Hi: talents are many" Philomath Staff 43 Model Airplane Club 2, 3g Cam- paign Manager for Class Elections 23 Junior Prom Ticket Committee 33 Captain, Candy Sale 4g Christ- mas Projects 2. 1 if PATRICIA MARX' RILEY "She crm ploy .1 dill-yu Golf 3g Dramatic Club 2: Sports Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Accompanist 3, 4g Orchestra 41 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Refreshment Committee. Junior Prom 33 Candy Sale 33 Senior Play Prompter 4. ASTRID ELIZABETH ROBERTS "Nita pevzfon fllllldllil be found" Softball 21 Christmas Projects. MIYRRAX' ROCRxvI2I.I, "FMU of fllllu Rifle Club 23 Christmas Proiccts 3. DONNA ROssI2TTI "Friendly .Ind quilt' .viv.'4'rn"' Tennis 2, Charm Club: Glce Cluh 2. 3. v i as , l 1 1 i MARY ELIZABETH RYAN "Edi10r, Iu'ir1er, lalezzled, loo" Student Crier 3, 43 Philomath Co-Editor 43 Major- ette 3. 43 Advertising Staff 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 23 Ushering Graduation 33 Ushering at Senior-Sophomore 43 Refreshments at Football Dance 43 Property Committee for Senior Play 4. ANNAMARIE SAVI "Small, Jweel and .fefzriblen Philomath Staff 43 Field Hockey 43 Dramatic Club3 Safe Drivers' Club3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Decorating Committee for Senior-Sophomore Dance 2, 33 Usher and Grand March. junior Promg Entertainment and Usher, Senior-Sophomore Dance 43 Decorating Foot- ball Dance 43 Make-up for Senior Play 4. ROBERT P. Sci-r1Avr "A way wilb the women" Marshal 43 Representative of Student Government for Vocational School3 Student Government 33 Gradua- tion Ticket Committee 43 Trade Show Committee for Vocational School 3. JUNE CECILE Srfvrourt "Alu'ayf lendr 4 helping band" Student Crier Advertising Staff 2, 3, 43 Charm Club 23 Music Appreciation Club 3, Chairman 43 Class Song Committee 43 Glee Club 2, 3. 43 Usher, Senior Playg A Cappella 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2, 33 Ticket Committee. Senior-Sophomore Dance 23 All- State Festival 3. I 8, THOMAS T. SFRAGA "Chewy Jmile and ready wi!" Baseball 23 Football 23 Sports Clubg Glee Club 2, 3, 4. SIDNEY DONALD "SID" SHAPIRO "Mariner: make llae man" Track 2, 3 ,43 Dramatics Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Glee Club 23 Chairman of Sound Effects, Senior Playg A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Cap and Gown Com- mittee 33 Chairman, junior Red Cross 4g All-State Choir 43 Chess Club 4. NORAIA JEAN SHEARER "Alu'.:yJ Irie: ber ber!" Music Appreciation 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. NORA C. SHEEHAN "A lilf of Ififb laugbtef' Archery 33 Badminton 43 Sophomore Dramatic Club 23 Glee Club 23 Home Room Chairman, Christmas Projects 23 Home Room Chairman, Food Sale 23 Charm Club, Vice President 33 Usher, Senior Play. NATHANIEL SHERRILL "Spuddy ir a greal buddy" Student Crier Staff 4g Philomath Staff 4g junior Var- sity Football Zg Dramatic Club 23 Debating Club 33 Christmas Projects 33 Patrol, Senior-Sophomore Dance 33 Cap and Gown Graduation 3g Senior Play Cast. NANCY A. SHOCK "Known by ber many lrerref' Marshal 4g Glee Club 4g Graduation Decorationsg Usher, Graduation 3. EDWARD SHORE "jolly Jeme of laumof' Student Crier Staff 3. HARVEY SHORE "Quick ar a rabbit" Student Crier Staff 2, 32 Christmas Projects 3, 4g Vocational Dance Committee 4g Vocational Trade Show Committee 3. .l . 'Sf .A-I 4 Y .Q-. .A ta., ?j-.PF 3 ,xxx Q ef- .'J 'ax . 1 as Qklififfi' ,.r' ,,- ., Y Y.. fm, f. Ji jp as 5 Y J. A 0 N . :- E . ,f-. -A 1 NLR I ab, ADELE SHRIBER "Pixie-like beaulyu Basketball 45 Tennis 43 Charm Club 2g Sports Clubg Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2, 43 Book Covers Committeeg School Censusg Chairman of CAREQ Make-up for Senior Play. BETTY SIMARD "Happy dayr ahead" Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects. ANN LOUISE SMITH "GrI1r1d ,renre of bzmmf' ' 5P0ffS Club 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Christmas' Projects 2, 31 Red Cross 21 School Census 3. PATRICIA 1. SMITH "Cale and friezzdlhf' Rifle Clubl bfusic Club: Glee Club. .5 'M fs A "' . AQ. 4 QQ , A 9 J -,- f . at A 'Mi if " CLAIRE E, SULLIVAN "Quin, bu! friendly" Field Hockey 23 Glee Club 2. 3, -ig Drivers' Educa- cation -lg Christmas Projects 4. RITA TENNARO "Cale majorefle who ruler u'l1i,rlleI" Basketball 2, -13 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, -13 Lost -and Found Department 33 Book Cover Com- mittee 33 Make-up, Senior Play3 Refreshment Com- mittee for Prom 33 Entertainment Committee for Senior-Sophomore 43 Family Project Chairman 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3. THOMAS 1. TERRY ilAll-A7U6flf:1!l guy" Student Council 3. Vice President 3a Student Council Executive Committee. Basketball 2, 3, -ll Co-Captain of Basketball Team 'lg Baseball 2, 3, 43 Football 2. 3, lip Prom Chairman of Patrol 31 Crier-Philomath Dame 31 Sports Club, Camera Club Vice President. GAIL THOMPSON "GwIlli'mcr1 Prefer Blondef' Marshal 'lg Basketball 2, 31 Tennis 21 Camera Club 2, 33 Chairman. Make-up for Senior Playg Usher at Cirailuation 31 Cflee Club 2. 31 A Cappella Choir 7 L, 3. is 2 '. X 'P- LINDA HOPE STILLVVELL "A buddy I0 one and .zll" Student Crier Staff 3, 43 Philomath Staff 43 Basketball 2, 43 Golf 33 Library Service Club 3, -13 Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, -13 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Make-up, Senior Play3 Chairman, Class Song. DORIS MARIE STILPHEN "A 'real' rule blonde" Music Appreciation 2, 33 Chess Club -ig Glee Club 3, 43 Gym Demonstration3 Music Festival 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM L. STODDARD "Tall and good looking" Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Rifle Clubg Dramatic ClUbQ Ticket Committee, Senior Play. ROBERT STUCCI-II "Friendly and Jizzrereu Rifle Club 2, 33 Secretary Sports Club3 Football 43 Christmas Projects 2. 3. 43 Lost and Found Sale. K, .,v ROBERT MICHAEL TOMASSINI "Small package of fun" Vocational Student Goverment 3, 43 Vocational Vice President 33 Vocational Secretary-Treasurer 4g Stu'- clent Crier Staff 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4, Football 23 Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Glee Club 23 Vocational Trade Show Committee 33 Christmas Projects 4. CARMELLA TOSTI "Alu'ayr laughing, alwayr joking" Student Crier Staff 3, 4g Philomath Staff 4g Basket- ball 2, 43 Field Hockey 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4j Deco- rating Committee for Football Dance 4, Chairman of Publicity for Senior-Sophomore Dance 4g Entertain- ment Committee for Sadie Hawkins Dance 33 Refresh- ment Committee for Student Council Dance 33 Christ- mas Projects 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY VARNEY "BluflJing beauty" Christmas Projects 4j Usher, Senior Play. LYLE A. VARNEY "Popular barkezball rtaf' Basketball 4j Christmas Project 4g Graduation Ticket Committee. '4 " f L. tk LOLA MARIE WALES "A rleady friend" Sports Club 23 Dramatic Club 33 Chess Club 4. JUNE MARIE WALLACE "Trax chic" Philomath Staff 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Chairman of Ushering Committee for Senior Play 43 Executive of Nominating Committee 43 Junior Prom Court 33 Usher at Senior-Sophomore Dance 43 Christmas Proj- ects 2, 3, 43 Marshal 3, 4: Cap and Gown Commit- tee for Graduation 3. LEO WEISSE "A guy 1l'Z70',f lair of fun" Christmas Projects 2. 3, 4. JOHN WESTCOTT "A really run' bid" Christmas Project 2. 3. 43 Rifle Club 23 Camel-.1 Club 33 Sports Club 43 Census Committee 3. f' U ' I 'r T I j 4: ,pn DARCY B. WILSON "E1'erylmdy'5 friend" Student Crier Staff 2. 3. 43 Art Club 2, Glee Club 33 A Cappella Choir 41 Chairman, Ticket Committee, Sadie Hawkins Dance 31 Chairman, Publicity Fudge Sale 43 Ticket Committee, Senior Playg Chairman, Decoration Committee for Graduation 3. ROBERT L. WOODIN "Chip off Ike old Huck" President. Rifle Club 31 Glee Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir Al: Art Show 3. DfJNAl.lD L. WRIc,HT Quia! .md fllltlffu Chess Club -lg Christmas Projects. ANN MARIE ZICHELLA "Amit rwecl and bird lo ben!" Charm Club 21 Cilcc Club 2, 3, -ig Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. xi xl JOHN A. WHITE "lark if fz good guy" Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, WAYNE WHITE "Longo and .the world laugbr u'iIb you" Rifle Club President 2g Aeronautics Club Vice Presi- dent 31 Christmas Projects 2, 3. 4. MORRIS WHITMAN "Lott of .7.1ugl:5"' Student Council 33 Student Crier Staff 2, Assistant Editor 3, 4, Philomath Staff 41 Sophomore Hand Book 3g Basketball 2, 3: President, Sports Club 2, Junior Nominating Committeeg Student Council Rep- resentative to Massachusetts State Convention 3g Chairman, Christmas Projects 31 Ticket Committee, Senior Play. RALPH A. WILLIAMS "Alu'rzyr aimr io p1eaJe" Chemistry Club 2. N .- if Pg' ROBERT JOSEPH "OscAR" Ziuou " Q "The 'Karr' meow" EARL HENRY ZINCK 'W "Qui2e a guy" C N.,- Marshal Officer 4g Baseball 2g Sports Club 2, 3. ,Q i 'i 1 . 1 i e '76 Apmmzm We, the members of the PHILOMATH Staff, wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the following persons who were so generous in giving their valuable time and effort for the success of this book. Mr. George Lundberg and Mr. Arthur Ross for their able management of the admin- istrative department. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Gray for the excellent photographs of the Senior Class. Miss Alice Stanton for her efficient copy typing. Mr. Sheldon Glew for the on-the-spot pictures which always capture the spirit of the scene. Mrs. Elizabeth McConnon and Miss Pearl Oliva for their cooperation at all times. The advertisers, who helped us foot the bill for this publication. All other persons who aided in any way to bring about the completion, publication, and distribution of this book. .Sli .-r, , A ff g Bef! Peryomzlity NEIL MLLELLAN JUDY CONNORS sp QL 'F-ffm V 5' . .J .gy Moy! Szzzcere ' ARNOLD JOHNSON l GAIL KITTREDOE Ly , Y l ! 1 'FJ 'QS 6 -,194 , Ben' Drefsed 5 ALBERT GUERRA , ' I CAROL NANATONIS lj 7 ,JI .A Q f in ' . x 1 33 G .-1 A 4' 4' Bef! Athletes 1 ' .. 'V L 6 , N JAMES McDEVITT ij' KATHY FAIR . , L, l .' ' Z- .1 M! ig- Moy! 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'ff W 1 -1 5 fvzfgfiftr? 2 Yeh YM' ' . .2 I5 1 l L::P37f'. , gl .Lf ' L, rl'- ?v?g '4, tg iff., . .ia Kiev- iff' s ' 17?-lkrixwiif' H V 5,4334 53' " ., LJ.. . .QT 4 Lltiarfmts, Q, ' P- fgi 5' 5 L' c' l .Nr , L54 ., 'fgfiii ' ,,e 22 Ti'Z, ,f 5 rg -, .1 J -.11 413: gg 255333 ff? 1' F f s . 1, --ips . 5225 7? git - . r -,s .. Eff? . li? li V, yt 1, v fn, " Although a sneak preview of their future "home of all knowledge" was seen in June of their ninth-grade year, it was not until September, 1951, that the class of '54 made its first formal appearance in the halls of Framingham High School. As tradition has it, new Sophomores, the underdogs of F.H.S., were treated in the customary fashion, like morons from another world. But they were finally initiated by attending a very successful Senior-Soph dance given by the seniors for the sole purpose of welcoming the Sophs. By the time spring had arrived, with overflowing self-confidence the Sophs were engaged in a lively political campaign in order to elect class officers for the coming year. Burton Marmer emerged as President, Vincent Trincia became his "veep"g Joanne Montal took over all paper work and Phyllis Fazzari held onto the moneybags. With almost ten months of hard QD work behind them, the Sophs decided that it was time for a rest and left F.H.S. for summer vacation. Three months later, as September rolled around, the Juniors, too, practically "rolled" back to school. After Thanksgiving they were greeted by Mr. Ralph Martin, the new Assistant Principal. But now the Juniors, with a feeling of indifference, wondered about those un- dignified "things" that called themselves Sophomores. As the days flew by, the time came for the presenta- tion of the Music Festival, which was, as always, a huge success. Soon thoughts turned toward the Junior cbt' cil. Mary Ryan and Bob Bugley took over the controls of the Plnilomatb, and Judy Connors and Craig Marten- son were elected to edit the Student Crier. Albert Guerra became Captain of the Marshals, while Judy Connors was chosen to lead the Cheerleaders, and the Drum Majorettes followed Mary Jo Martin as Head Majorette. Again in June, when that restless feeling becomes evi- dent, a ten-week vacation began, which breezed by, but everyone was only too glad to return to his alma "mother", Since they were now Seniors, they greeted the Sophomores with the same sneers which they them- selves had encountered only two years before. But were the Seniors taken by surprise! Since a new system of rotating periods had been installed, more of the puzzled Seniors got lost than Sophs! The Cheerleaders this year have brought fame to the school, entering and winning three competitions, and the drum majorettes also gained a trophy for F.l-I.S. During Christmas vacation, a record hop was given by the Vocational School, this dance was well attended and enjoyed by all. For the terrific work done on Christmas Projects, Radio Station WBZ awarded a citation to all the pupils of F.H.S. .- The Seniors really displayed their ability to act when' they produced the humorous senior play "Ever Sincei Eve." To Miss Alta Estabrook went much credit and .pg Prom that was to be given for the beloved Seniors. , . . . . . . . ., 'ft ' , 1 I appreciation for doing such a fine job in directing this ui Under the capable guidance of their class advisor, Miss , . ga d play. The Seniors then looked forward to the Must. t Ducas, a most successful unior Prom was resente . . . - ' . J D P Festival, the Prom given in their honor, and Clas 1, with the very appropriate theme Coronation." N, ht - ig . i Political fever ran hi h as the cam ai n for Senior , , . g P g W tl Cl ss of 1951 are now waiting for that da -4 . . . e, ie a -, ' , Class Officers began once again. Neil McLellan be- , , V ' . . . . . . in June when we shall proudly receive our diplomas came President, while Vincent Trincia remained as G , V , , , knowing that we have learned at F.H.S. what it take Vice President. Again Joanne Montal emerged as Sec- . - n , .1 , , to be good citizens, thus making this a better world 1 , retary, and Eileen Tosti was elected as Treasurer for ll . . which to ive. the Senior year. Burton Marmer was elected to lead ' ' v the class on to fame as President of the Student Coun- Clan Hutorzan, , ,g4'1:,f-MW MARTHA FARLEY 1 ,.vpS5!z,1'agsffs -ff-w1'yg5,a- vi .27-'impiiet-Lil.-. 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We, the Class of 1954, being sound in both mind and body CHa Haj attest to the fact that this document is our official Last Will and Testament. We, being the most exalted class ever to enter the hallowed halls of dear F.H.S. - fwhich stands for Framington High Schoolb - are very happy to leave CLASS BEQUESTS To Mr. Martin we leave a pair of rubber-soled shoes Cthat do not squeaky so that he will be able to sneak into the boys' basement more easily. To Mr. Magoon we leave the red flannels, a property from "Ever Since Eve," so that he will never again miss the senior play because of a severe cold. To Mr. Dubins we leave an illustrious nickname and 69 cents to buy a pair of flashy socks to replace his other ones. To "Franky Panky Fauntleroy Galvani" we, the class 1954, return the steam roller which he left behind in 1937. fSee 1937 Philomathj. To Miss Oliva we leave a bottle of "Doctor Fiorillo's Snake Oil" which can cure all ailments, even those rare cases which the boys in our school seem to con- tract very easily. To Miss Ducas, our worthy class advisor, we leave a bottle of hair restorer to replace the hair pulled out during the reign of "our dear class." We, the field hockey stars of '54, leave our heartfelt sympathy to Coach Bowker because she has to build a team out of the bunch of "cream puffs" left be- hind us. Fo Mr. Meegan we leave a bottle of his own blend of Meegan's Miracle Muscle Builder out of which two spoonfuls should be taken after each laboratory class. PERSONAL BEQUESTS , Mike "Cyrano de Bergerac" Ferragamo, leave my petite schnozzola to Donald "Wanna Bacouba" Cap- obianco. May he guard it all. , Elaine "Loquacious" Gray, the protege of Bill Sher- man Cof WKOX famej, leave my extraordinary "gift of gab" to anyone who can speak 100 words a minute. , Craig "G-Man No. 2" Martenson, leave my summer jobs to anyone who wants to collect food during the day and dispense it at night. , Eileen "Get-out-of-my-way" Tosti, leave my bull- dozing tactics around school to Lee "Bunk" Carlson to use on the gridiron. , jimmy "Pietro" Halliday, leave my blushes to any- one in the junior Class who can match my complex- ion. , Agna "La Stupide" Boass, leave my remarkable French vocabulary to Walter "Le Brillant" Winchen- back. , David "Two-ton Tony" Cobb, leave my Charles Atlas figure to Joe "Stretch" Pellegri. To the future captain of next year I, Judy "Simon Le- green Connors, leave my cat-of-nine-tails which was used to prod this year's Cheerleaders on to great heights. We, the undersigned, hereby sign this will in considera- tion of the writers, Phyllis Foglioni and Ernest Bel- forti, and will be responsible for any court action brought against them. Witne.fred by: SHIRLEY KELLEYIANIO JAMES McDEVITTIONI PATSY O'BRIENOLl 1 'C'-Q-,li I fe' sf A .' Q 77'-'f' f ' . -.'.ff-I3 ,' ' '.-.J4 ' 'I,.Z-Pify if 1" fi ' ,Q llgtfi - 4' I . I af 'H 'el rf I 1- ' I 2 Sw . .fm , -if 1 57,5 4 :Lf f-'2",, .4 1. g , v 5 S: fry a Jvc: I . W?" f 7 ?wNo" 'v X. I fn DF - -3 'C' ie: 'Q pf. 2,9 If .1 PA fvffsy J I' ,lm ,EK Q, I fav "T" e cg. fif H-rg' I L-I "" 2 4-a 4 .344 1" 1 vim '- . L7 if xy ,V ,,. . .Z egg? all : 5, I 9' A 2 le? CA xg 'B' as Y5k'f:."g' E 'ku-f -fri 1 Mg ..l-4, r .A :A-D n- 2 bf - pig- ufx -' 1 'fe r 7 K P 11' W f , - gy, S F3 , -3? if - --fa 1 rj? f I .. G 5 1 ff' ,R gflkf ,git ff ,fi I YXZN 1 -ii . t ., X if : I rrfgvx M. ' VJ 'I ifqvr . of iii. ,ix 3 mf .3 A . 'QF' S.. 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' 9. F ,QA ,Q . , - :gl T , . 3! Jn I- " . A '.. L -, , t- ,agifk '- Q 64 I 5, , if mg 1 4 , x . 26 - A - , 1 ., . -x bl, 11 5 iff ,xr ' ' ,-, R. ,xmxxfil ,L -. W, Y X1 g3f,'.'f '4"5 -i . ,qi . ' 1 gi" aff :J f.-'Ye'.'Vff1 ' 1, - .55 V ' L, Sq !fsQlV.rfs,:' 3 1 Q .A . H cg vp 'S f if . 1 . b 3'- .g . yn LA ' 1 :qi gg ,f sg , . Y , y -' 8 6? 1 E1 .. fx . '. J 1- ' 9 -' ig a ' 5 xx 5 f 1 . A J A k . pg Q 2- , - G ' 'y .f ' Q " X5 K5 x , 5 3 - , '. '31 A Q it - Q X053 xi, 5 5 5 1: - 5 Q' L3 L' f 1: -A , 0 . Q Y 1 ' Q- .if P 1 wi .v ' ' U .x . C70 XM .A 195 41 '1 fi ' Il W' V55 ' '. W --4 I I 067 MISS ALTA ESTABROOK Mfr. Clorer jobnny Clorer . Mr. Clorer Spud Erwin Swan Blake Belly Erwin ..... Mrzrllm llvillard Offffef' CCHPMF Henry Quinn Lurybelle Lee .. Prerlmz Huglaer Football Player: Dirertor CAST Simmonr , ..,.....Louise Colman .......Arthur Davis William Harrington ............Nat Sherrill .........Elizabeth Mozcliez ..........jucly Connors .........Martha Farley .........Davicl Cobb .,...,..Robert Cushing .........Mary Jo Martin .......Michael Fiorillo ........Michael Ferragamo Ernest Belforti Robert Stucchi james McDevitt Craig Martenson MW' 00 O THE TUDE CRIER STUDENT ASSOCIATION PUBLICATION - Number OE: ITE Volume 18 Q32 qi. NEW SCP Each year t experience dif and just wht posed to be ir don't feel bad everyones t SENIORST Upon retur tember, we s teachers calls Briefly. the c this: each da instead of six: two: and schc to 2 o'clock in There are each day. Eacl 55 minutes lol at ter: o'clock 11 o'clock, foll The lunches There are thi and C, The t which is from ond iioor B. 12128: and the 'J is from 121331 fourth period annex, music room and workshop are in C. Periods lg 2: 3: X: -lg and 5 are Mondays schedule. On Tuesdays we begin with period 6 and end with peri- od -i. Wednesday, everyone has a study first period. known as a spare. Follow- ing spare we begin with period 5 and hnish the day with period 2. Thursday period 3 comes first, ending with peri- od l Friday period 2 is tirst, ending the day and week with period 6. ':1 its A lunch, and the This new schedule allows more time in the classroom for homework and will enable the teacher to give more lllfilklflllill attention to his pupils. MISS GARRAHAN NOW MRS. CLASBY Miss Mary Garrahan, Framingham Highs Biology teacher, became the wife of Edward flashy, former foot- ball star, on August 1 at 10 a.m. in St. Str-plir-n's Church, It was a beautiful sunny day and Miss Garrahan made a lou-ly bride ftiil' of Miss f1:irrah:in's bridesmaids urls Miss fit-oyjlietwin, lust j.'e:tr's Home im f hllIYllt'S It-:ti-ller. .'tf't-r the 'vYl'1l4IlYIIf :t reception fol- 'vietl :it t'hristx's, The couple went on t i-oitey moon 'rip to tin' t':ipe, and t, October 17, the 1 l T27 cupationai conxerences. ithese conter- ences are designed to provide the stu- dents with up-to-date information con- cerning vocational opportunities, quali- hcations required, training needed, and possibilities of advancement in many fields of work, At each conference there will be three speakers, each occupying a dif- ferent room, and each speaking on the vocation in which he is a specialist. Some of the topics planned for dis- cussion are: What it Careers What it Careers is like to be a student nurse. in physical education. is like to be a social worker. in advertising and selling. Careers in the teaching profession. Jobs with the airlines. Careers in occupational therapy and medical technology. Ilow to apply for jobs in government and industry. Mr. Roland Darling, Assistant Direc- tor of Admissions at Northeastern Uni- versity, has assisted in arranging these conferences. Other high schools in this area par- tir-ipating in the program include Wes- ton, Lexington, Natick, Wayland, XValt- li:im, Voncortl, Stoneham. Attleboro Montgomery, chairman of the School Committee: Mr. Anketell, superintend- dent of schools: Mr. Magoon, principal: and Mr. Martin, assistant principal. Presiding was Mr. Daniels, who with head coach Morris, and co-captains McDevitt and Belforti, stressed the need for student participation in the cheering. Coach Morris pointed out that his well-seasoned team wouldn't "lie down and play dead," and that to achieve victory the backing of the entire school is needed, not just the players who Jficially welcomed .S. At last sopho- - say that they are 'ramingham High. tm be like?-What J you ?-What will .re you scared?- ' the seniors went ears ago too, and .live today. They you will too! .omores go to the ever heard of a "nobody." The -rmalg girls may rs, sweaters and actically everyone all as boys-every- r-Soph!!!! officers make up tttee. They are: ellan: Vice-Presi- Treasurer, Eileen nne Montal. ie committees are 1? D ni. Refreshments, Gail Kittridge. Decorations, Phyllis Foglioni and Elaine Gray. Receiving line, Mary Jo Martin. Patrol, Robert Bugley. Publicity, Camella Tosti, Entertainment, Phyllis Fazzari. In the receiving line will be: Mr. and Mrs. Magoon. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Miss Ducas, Miss Hobbs, Miss Cunningham, Mr. Edmond, Neil Mc- Lellan, Eileen Tosti, Vincent Trlncia, and Joan Montal. Remember, Sophs, see you at the . ,,, , ,, 7,,,i,-,L,-, -111 THE STUDENT CRIER Published ten times a year by the pupil! of FRAMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL Co-editors-in-chief, Judy Connors, Craig Martenson Sports editor, Emest Belforti Social editor, Margaret Quinn Feature editor, Virginia Qafuazl Seniors: Barbara Annesi, Robert Bugley, Pat Cueroni, Robert Cushing, Phyllis Foglloni, Elaine Gray, Eleanor Gray, Janet Gustat, Jean Guyotte, Amold Johnson, Gail Kittredge, Burton Marmer, Ruth Mercer. Elizabeth Mozdiez. Elaine Nanatovlch, Charles Otentl, Mary Ryor' Nat Sherrill, Linda Still- well, Carmella Tosti, Darcy Wilson, Morris Wl tman. Juniors: Raymond Callahan, Ann Calver, Carl Levi ', James Lingley, Barbara Marenghi, Sandra O'Connell, Ronnie Colian Photographer: Patricia O'Brien. Artist: Sally Clough. ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD Managers: Robert Bugley, Robert Cushing. Assistant Managers: Betty Morgan, Phyllis Qulnzanl. ,,,., .t ' I 5 7, if t St ti 'hton, :intl many others. I , H 'dm' H C I rk Strom' 4, .li L if ,rf-V? Assistants: June Sevlour, Toni Pellegrinl, Stanley Strachman, Jack MCKEIUI. Irene Cacclola, Joan Vlttori, Virginia Qafzezl, Lucille Leporatl, Elsie Read, BDOWN f, AOWON FRAMINGHAM Jean LeBlanc, Sally Bemard, Claire White, Rita Fowler. fs 3 ports C flop 2l8 Waverly Street Telephone 8650 Comyilimrrnts of CARlNO'S HOME APPLIANCE STORE RECORDS, RADIO. MUSIC, TELEVISION 61 Concord Street Tel. 5969 TRUST COMPANY SHOPPERS' WORLD and DOWN TOWN OFFICES KERWIN'S SHOE STORES FRAMINGHAM --J IIATICK "THE X-RAY FITTING SHOE 81'0RE8" Typists: Shirley Allen, Patricia Annesi, Charlene Aquino, Rosemarie August, Marilyn Batchelder, Phyllis Battlstoni, Lois Burgess, Marion Casclollnl, Theresa Bertollnl, Roberta Clceroni, Carol Clough, Georgia Culverwe ' Laura Daniels, Alice Dietz, Annette Duca, Dolores Dunton, Helen Green, Joan Hammersley, Sandra Hlmmelman, Nancy Hubener, Margaret Hurst, Patricia Ianiro, Doris Johnson, Maureen Kane, Barbara Lavallee, Carol Logan, Barbara Mahoney, Yvonne Mallhoit, Dolores Maloof, Barbara Marenghl, Louise Marianl, Barbara Morettl, Mary Lou Nelson, Norml Pearson, Marjorie Pleshaw, Beverly Poole, Donna Robbins, Caroline Russo. Dolorcs Sambuchl, Marie Simard, Marilyn Slngerle, Patricia Smith, Caml Snow, Marie Thompson, Carol Tosti, Carol Tripp, Phyllis Webster. A i i i l l E l I l i l l ,N if X laden! Hawaii Imi- v l ,4- 'Ibn l vi.: EXECUTIVE BOARD Anne Calver Mr. Frank Galvani Adrimf' Phyllis Foglioni Henry King Dick Sciolto Al Guerra Captain L g X Y . ng. ll 45. .wi 'H- vx - Si ii-if-:ll ...la lkll 'Ill lui-N lil S I 'n Y 1' .qs Q , N 'C? .P- .f Wimelala '? 1 X . x.. A ' Q.,- .l K jf EXECUTIVE BOARD Eileen Tosti Mr. Ralph Martin Adrimr Burton Marmcr Prefidenl Judy Connors james Lingley Frank Muri Dom Garbarino James McDevitt K' N. x Y I yin , A l"i " . If I ,J i ' i i l Q' 5 . wa.- N I 4,5 Front row: L. Le Clcrc, F. Empy, F. McDevitt, Managerg J Ankctcll, j. XX'hiting, UI, Borcllig Second row: T. Potenza, J Kenyon, R. Sturchi, F, Cote. J. Magri. V. Trincia. Co-Captain E. Bclforti, Co-Captain -I. MrDcvitt. M. Ferragamo, A. Guerra C. Martcnson, T. Terry, J. Madden, J. Aquinog Third row Cough J. Noxuk, Coanh M. Tryrhon, D. Capobianco, L. Carl son, F. Muri, D. Pnsquantonio, R. Sriolto, -I, Connors, A. Flo Rito, j. Allison, A. liodio, R. Baker, Farulty h1Lll"li1gf.'I' J. Dan icls, Coaulm R, jackowitz, Head Couch N. Morris. I-'Q .Q fd! Q EA-iff. X 1, .- 'v- .::f,. ff,-33 3:-funk:-454' . ., QL 3, ,Xf .ai a i 1 . I Q .Q . A 1 x '1 nt. ' ell' Q- ' 4-4 , - ' Afv -v ,f Front row B Haertl A Renllcy Serond row T Murphy N MLLcllan C Otentr Madden R Tomassmr T Potenza T Xkhrt rn ,.-- b gk - - V , 'Try wifmifu A2 ' -gn -. '- 4,,. , , xx, 'gk ,A r,-,rw . , ? 'HGH u 3:5 v""'i li f .-all-U ff'- A-4' by X .,. I. ., ,,. Thrrd row Manager S Strachman R Graham H Krmball R Maher L I.eClerc P Rrordan Moore W Davrs Coach Mrles Huntmg on f'f"'emvf2ffw' f , - v. Front row: L. Varney D. Garbarino, T. Terry, Co-Captain, J. Hali day, Co-Captain, J O'Grady, G. Cross. X .J Rf? W 4 Rvf. 6 Back row: P, Cuerom Manager, j. Garbarino R. Patchett, P. Fan toni, D. Pasquantonio F. Bancroft, B. St Andre. Front row: R. Federico, R. Kennedy, R. Yuhas, Anketell j Lordi back row R Annesi T J. , . Q : . , . O'Donnell, T. Murphy, Coach Novak, S. Duddy, Managerg F. Sullivan, J. Higgins, R. Lavin. j , ,.,. 1 . , ,Q ,X . .3 Y , , . ,X K , H 1, 5 -x 2 ' ll .. QA, QQUQXQ s 4 ' ,. M 3 11? My Q, -lL 7511015 Q Fw 7 CWM U12 QXXVXVED UD MN' ff UD I Q, J .i',, 1 .5 - If i 577Qf3!u!l 7' A I l ,-.. ST , .--4 - 4 :luv :H ' ' Jiri? '. up 1: ww L+ 4 .4,. .vga I ies? bi Q i, as A F -U... Q1-u 1 Y CL! 36- W ' K -r-H. . V D . . 1 , AM:,i',. , IJ. ,-I jg-ggi.. T-. A....A.-in.VA.. L. CDIJZZE-.72 L. fy . no Qooo 59 0 9 Front row: E. Nanatovich, J. Connors, Cap- taing C. Nannatonisg back row: J. Pepi, D. Sambuchi, D. Pleshaw, M. Bianchi, E. Moz- diez, A. Zucchi, and P. Quinzani. .QAQ EQQ X U U Wiggle Zltddflpfbdlit Qmf 4' X 'Q - Qiy ig' fx' +13 x eg, 1 " Rlxyx K W 5 xx f 90 THERE'S NO 'PLACE LIKE HOMETOWN . . There's magic in fhe phrase "ouf info fhe world." ln a sense YOU are going ouf info fhe world as you complefe your sfudies af Framingham High. We, af Dennison, congrafulafe you on fhaf achievemenf. Man-y of you are now looking forward fo careers in fhe world of busi- ness. For such careers, a home-fown indusfry offers many advanfages. Dennison has been locafed in Framingham for many years. They have grown fogefher. Your family and friends have helped. Dennison and Fram- ingham will confinue fo grow. You can help. Dennison offers opporfunifies for you in offices, facfory and warehouses. Many of your friends are here, many more will be. We'd like fo have you loin us. 0 BATES STATIONERY CO. IRVING SQUARE Headqzmrlerf for Sfbool Suppliey DR. WALTER V. EW I Complimentx of DR. ARTHUR W. EWING - DENTISTS H6 CONCORD STREET BElI.'S Oll. SERVICE 51 BEACON STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Complimentf of KYNOCH SPORTING GOODS CAlDWEI.l'S STORE IO-I HOWARD STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS Tcl 5341 FRAMINGHAM CENTRE Dial 5411 SUNSHINE DAIRY For Good Health DRINK SUNSHINE MILK For Enjoyment in Ealing SUNSHINE ICE CREAM 1 i l Sidney H. Cushing, Clyde E. Cristman PICTURE FRAMING Wd!! CUSHING AND CRISTMAN Frame Your Diplomai COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Also Enlarging Copying Coloring Pictures Formerly with 1lJe Late Wfallace Nutting 24 UNION AVENUE FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 53 CCCIHI' SIJI'66f 4185 4810 MODERN METHOD LAUNDRY Complimenfr of We! Waib and Flag Dry Dry Cleaning Service BARBER SHOP 207 Hollis Street Tel. 3017 332 Concord Street Tel. 20618 ' 3500 TELEPHONE 6100 TOMMY'S TAXI POND STREET MARKET Courleoui Service Cari Equipped Wifi, Choice of Meaff and Groreriei , Motorola Tufo-Way Radio Cor. Waverly 8: Concord Tel. 8361 FRAMINGI-IAM, MASS. Free Del. 639 HOLLIS STREET FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK Your Paid Up Shares All A1 The Rate Of Savings Serial Shares Earn Saving Share Accounts PER More O ANNUM 59 HOWARD STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS l M1 1 41 Serving fhe financial needs of many people keeps us preffy busy here af fhe Trusf Company. Buf fhaf's fhe way we like if, and we're never foo busy fo fake fime ouf fo welcome new folks fo our ever widening circle of friends. Never foo busy eifher, fo congrafulafe a new graduafing class, and fhose who gave fhem fheir fraining. To each and every one of fhese our very besf wishes and a cordial invifafion fo bring fheir banking problems fo Framingham's friendly bank. Mme 4 51 COMP Ziamingham ESTABLISHED 1909 MIMBER ifllflill UEPUSIT INSURANEI CORPURHIUN T0 INSURE EAIIH DEPllSlillR'S ACCOUNT UP I0 SIU C07IZf7ff77lC'I1!J of BUTLER MOTOR CORP. our Azzlborized Ford Dmfer of 40 Yam T Telephone 4555-4356 FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 620 HoLL1S STREET Dial 3144 C0fI2f71f7716f1!.f of Complmzezztf of RAYMOND C' AVERY QUALITY CLEANERS 3. MATTRESS CO- Fun STORAGE. mc. Established 1874 74 REAR FRANKLIN STREET 550 UNION AVE- FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Complimezzfx of THE FACULTY You Can SEE For Yourself Reports Of All Your Activities Are In THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS ., 'ff ' H I u elif-' ' " . ,Ili I jg? 'I'n 1. I ts . VTE. i',,,,-M -:iux,h A T V',xj -4- A risks FARMERS and MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK PARK AND FRANKLIN STREETS FRAMINGI-IAM, MASS. i' "There is no substitute for a savings account nn a Mutual Savings Bank" 1 I - 17 ,in 1 I- I Roberf K. Wadsworih Tel. 854l WADSWGRTH SERVICE Es+abIished I892 FUNERAL HOME IO8 LINQOLN STREET ICorner of Beechj FRAMINGHAM Ask Ihe Families We Have Served SCHALTENBRAND PHARMACY DANIEL I. CONNOLLY, Prop. Drugs, Prescripfions, Sundries HOME APPLIANCE STORE We Make Our Own Ice Cream I633 C oncorcI SI'reeI' SaxonviIIe Telephone 7309 l 1 The Leland Gray Studio Special School Rafes All Sizes AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT 224 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. Phone 5O0I 'K Telephone 5630 W. M. BUIANOFF CO. FURRIERS and FUR DRESSERS 1639 CONCORD STREET SAXONVILLE, MASS. -T..- III I LLGRTS .fmarl Women? Wear 141 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGI-IAM, MASS. Complimentx of ROXBURY RUG and CARPET COMPANY Complimerm of A. TEMPLE BOWEN. V.M.D. 598 WORCESTER ROAD FRAMINGHAM A FRIEND Cfllllflfllllvllfj of F R A M I N G H A M C omplimentx of ANGELO BARBER SHOP FRAMINGHAM CENTRE KERWlN'S SHOE STORES I Framingham and Natick "THE x-RAY FITTING SHOE STORES" C I. E A N E R S ..-.I .I I i Compliment! of DR. J. STANLEY HUNTER Cwlzplinzenlf of THE WARDROBE Leading Slylfsl For Men THE NEW YORK STORE "Distinctive Wear for Women" 107 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGI-IAM, MASS. THE PEERLESS PRESS - PRINTING - 74 HOLLIS STREET BALBONI'S PHARMACY 1 HARTFORD STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Compliment! of WHITE HARDWARE CO., Inc CARLO FOSSA MARKET Mean, Fruil and Pforisforzf FRAMINGI-IAM JUNCTION Telephone 4191 C. P. LARRABEE TRUCKING Amd RIGGING BOILER and MACHINERY MOVING A SPECIALTY 64 WINTHROP STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. PAUL B. l.eBARON. D.M.D. HEMENWAY BUILDING FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Tel. 5104 BROWN G TON J or s Lap 218-220 WAVERLY STREET Telephone 8650 Complimentf of TROWBRIDGE INSURANCE AGENCY STUART H. POTTER 27 HOLLIS STREET Telephone 8231 Compliment! of ERNEST A. PETERSON CARNATION GROWERS FRAMINGHAM, MASS. C ompliments of LEWIS FURNITURE COMPANY FRAMINGHAMS FoREMos'r FURNITURE STORE . C omplimentr of FRAMINGHAM LUMBER CO. DIAL 4361 Compliment! of MARY KRASNOGOR. Realfor Real Estate 44 EVERGREEN ST. Phone FRAMINGHAM 7022 ARCADE DRUG COMPANY FRANK FAIR, Reg. Ph. 149 CONCORD STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Telephone Framingham 3654 FITTS INSURANCE AGENCY Real Es'ra+e and Insurance usuwuacz Acsncv , C C M T Union Avenue IK U' iw' 'if' 40 3 5 ' FRAMINGHAM lla I Telephone 376I E - ggu-u---:-g-g rg-5.-.-::.-. .1:. :.. 1 - -F -.-.-Lazgggz-ia . """""' You can'+ go wrong a+ WrighI"s WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE CompIeI'e WaI'ch and Jewelry Repairing II6 Concord S+. Framingham, Mass. Tel. 479I FRAMINGHAM MOTORS COMPANY BRAVQ'S DeSOTO PLYMOUTH 535 Union Avenue STATION Framingham, Mass. PAUL GERRISH, Manager Tel. 8338 I 6 I 7 Concord S+ree+ E. CLARK 5, so INSURANCE SPECIALISTS SINCE I872 - OUR 8Is+ YEAR Room 5, Smifh Building Framingham, Mass, Telephone 5353 O WOODS 8: CO Pamf, Hardware and Bunldmg Maierlal 354 Waverly S+ree+ FRAMINGHAM MASS Phone 6I37 DOM S SERVICE STATION Esso Fuel Oil 846 Concord Sfreel' JUNCTION PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY Devo+ed Exclusively 'ro Your I"'IeaI+h Hearing A ds and BaHerles De+e+ cs Trusses and Surg cal Suppl es 42 Umon Avenue Framlngham Mass Phone 744I NATOLI BROTHERS FARM MARKET Fresh Frunfs and Vegefables Packed Daily WORCESTER TURNPIKE FRAMINGHAM MASS FOR SPORTS CLOTHES Hashngs Men s Shop Conco d S+ eel Frama gham COMPLIMENTS OF B 81 W LINES FRAMINGHAM MASS Mo+or Coach Servuce MASCIARELLI S Jewelry Furnnfure Appliances 4I 43 Holl s Slreel Fra ngh M ssach sells ARMAND S BEACON TERRACE Roufe 9 Worcesfer Turnpnke AIR CON DITIONED Framingham 786 I I . E . , I I , I I - ' I Open Evenings and Sundays l . . 06 r r 'n - I mi am 6 U Typewrifers HONEST QUALITY Repairs, Ren'raIS, SaIeS BUILT OUR BUSINESS H. M. NICHOLS 81 CO., Inc TWIN MAPLE FARM 42 Kendall S+ree+ ' FRAMINGHAM Tel. 9532 compuame-R+. of JAMES V. MESITE MISS MACKEYIS Insurance Agency SCHOOL OF DANCING FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Sfudioz 290 Union Ave., Framingham Tel- FfamIn9IIam 5923 Tel. 7956 2 School S+ree+ SAXONVILLE, MASS. CARPENTER'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS IO3 Concord S+. Framingham Telephone 4252 C I' I I Complimenis of omplmen S O SAXONVILLE SHOE MART COAL COMPANY GEORGE T. STEVENS CO. TELEVISION ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES S. F. GREELEY, Owner 32 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. Q R' I-I' LUNG L. DEMARINI CO. MOTOR SALES CO. Candy' Frm and FRAMINGHAM Vege+abIes I 58 UNION AVENUE PONTIAC and CADILLAC Sales and Service FURNITURE HOSPITAL BROCKSIDE Res. TeI. 9839 Shop Tel. 7840 ANIMAL HOSPITAL H- R. DOANE ArI'I'1ur J. McCarII'ay, D.V.M. EsIabII5I'ed I92I wofceaer Turnpike Rou're 9, E. Nanci Painfing and Repairing' 359 Worcesfer Road TeI. Nanck-3933 UpI10IS+ering. An+iques SpeciaIis+ in An+ique Repair MowAp.nJo+inson'S PRIVATE ROOM available for BANOUETS, PARTIES, RECEPTIONS, BRIDGE I20 Worcesfer Road, Framingham, Mass. - TeI. 4274 ......I IN THE YEARS TO COME Since I833 The Framingham Nafional Bank has been serving fhe needs of fhe people of fhis communify. Jusf as we have been of helpful service fo generafions of fhe pasf, we hope fo serve you and fhe generafions fo come. You are cordially invifed fo come in af any fime and lef us explain fhe many banking services fhaf are available fo you here. THE FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK Main Office, 80 Concord Sfreef Drive-in Office, 48 Franklin Sfreef MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Complimenfs of THE STUDENT CRIER Framingham 774I Framingham 9I60 l625 Concord S+ree'r 9 School S+reel' ALBlE'S Congrafulafions +o I ALBERT J. ROUSSEAU, Jr. Gradua+ing Class Hardware, Painfs, Appliances, DR, LEQN I, LESHAY D,M,D, Radios, Sporling Goods, Gasoline, Fuel Oils, Tires, l Bafleries, Lubricafion I SAXONVILLE, MASS. C l' f ompcfbmenls 0 HENRY w. HUGHES B DRUGGIST DRUG S1-CRE "We Make Our Own lce Cream" FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 26 Union Avenue PAT ' ELM DEPARTMENT RUNO S FANCY GROCERIES - QUALITY FOODS STORE, INC. O E D pen very ay I 62 Hollis S+ree+ FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Confedionery, Delicalessen, Soda Foun'l'ain I Hallmark Greeling Cards Tobacco, Frozen Foods Joseph H. Sfrachman, Mgr. Tel. 639i Telephone 5955 Saxonville Meef Your Friends al' WOOLWORTH'S Tun 74ylo1-nada ,rn Yunnom. Con r -1 4 3 . ff' 1 af' ,1 ,,-f . "vi , mx fr, ' is S x 34:11-f :Y , , ! i. i 1, RV ii 'Hb .wr L s -LKJPRF' Fm ,. T Y FM! ' 8: ,zu L Y, - 3 -N .--- 46 Qu " I V F Hn 1.-, N 1 N- ,- X L. . I I , H 1 A , V -5 4 , '. . ' . ' N. 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