Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1955
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It is with pleasure and gratitude that we,
the class of 1955, dedicate the PHILOMATH
to MR. JOHN DANIELS, an individual who
has contributed so much to the progress of
Framingham High School.
FRED A. BAYES MARION A. BENTON
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Let these descrlbe the lndescrlbahle'
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We the students of the
graduatmg class of nlneteen
hundred and flfty fue are
not slmply concludmg a stay
at Framlngham Hlgh School
but also culmlnatmg a per
10d of growth that has w1t
nessed the exactmg forma
tlon of our character and
the creatxon f a set f
values w1th whlch we meas
ure rlght and wrong It IS
through thls set of xalues
that me establlsh lnnumer
able exeryday hablts WVl1lCl1
are used m our hung pro
We must now consider our future status ln the world by recognlzmg our Ilmlta
IIOHS and capab1I1t1es When we have made an honest appralsal of ourselves we w1II
reallze that the hablts we have formed and the progress we have achleved 1n the
perlod of our Ines whlch has just come to a close are the factors that w1II mfluence
many of our future deczslons 1n Ilfe
I hope that we can all look back upon our hlgh school years mth a feellng that
we have taken full advantage of the educatlonal opportunltles that have been offered
to us and that as a result, we are better prepared to pay back the debt we owe our
communlty by servlng Framlngham as actlve responslble cltlzens
In behalf of the semor class OIIICCTS I would Ilke to take th1s opportunlty to thank
Mr Edmond, our class advlsor who has worked rlght beside us ln all our act1v1t1es
and has been d1rectI5 responslble for thelr successes I would also Ilke to thank all
those senlors who have glven up thelr tlme to serve on our xarlous commlttees
In concluslon I would Ilke to thank you for allowmg me to be your class presldent
for the past two years I am truly unable to express ln mere words the gratltude that
I w1ll always have ln my heart for havmg been gwen the opportumty to serve the
Class of 1955
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The success of our many class activities could not have been possible without the
patient and wise guidance of our advisor, MR. HUBERT E. EDMOND. In the
years to come, as we recall the pleasant memories of our high school years, we shall
be ever grateful for his able assistance and sincere friendship.
To each Senior my best wishes for a prosperous future A future helped
by your accomplishments in school A future enriched by school associations and
friendships A future mspired by your active participation in school and class act1v1
ALBERTA BEIIIIINA ALBERICO
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ROSE MARIE AUGUST
i'Slap-happy, slte parks a mean u'all0p.",
Chess Club 2: Knitting Club 3: Glec Club 2. 4: Typist,
Stutlent Crier 3: Christmas Projects: Cancly Sale 4:
School Census 2. 4.
MARILYN ANN BATCHELDER
"Her disposition is as sunny as lter snzilefi
Ftutlent Crier 4: Pl-lll.OXlATl'i: Dramatic Club 2g Clee
Club 2. 3: Xlajorette 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Christmas
Projects 3: Refreshment Committee. Junior Prom 3g
School Ccnsus 41 Chairman. Nlakeaup Committee. Senior
SARAH GRAVES BERNARD
"Her quiet way is only one of her virtues."
Basketball 2g Dramatic Club 2g Clee Club 2, 3, 43
School Census 2g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Ticket
Committee, Junior Prom 3g Senior Play 4,
THERESA M. BERTOLINO
"Terry's not a menace on the road,
sl1e'.s a menace on the sidewalk."
Dramatic Club 2, 33 Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3g
Glee Club 2, 35 Christmas Projects 3, 4.
JOSEPH JOHN AQIYINO
trouble, 'til trouble troubles you
RUSSELL SAMUEL Asw ES
'24 gentle rnintl by gentle tleerls is Lnvun
Track 3. 41 Chairman. Property Commttttt sntor
Play: Nloslcl Airplane Club 2. 3. Tre-asttrrr 3 1 lu Klub
25 Patrol Committe-4-, Senior-Sophtvmore ildllll F14 lvl
Hawkins Dance: Tfnnt 2
PHYLLIS N. liAT'I'lS'I'O'NE
"Follow me and thou shalt not larl. amusement
Prt-sitlent. Dramatic Club 21 Ulm-e Club 2 flirt ua
Projects 33 Publicity Comniitte-1-. ,lunlor Pom
LUCY ANN BELL
i'Her roice rings rlear
ilu Klub 2 X fapptlla 2 3 1
Dramatic Club 2: in I 'L ,
School Census 4.
MARIANNE ELENA BIANCIII
5'Surh a whirlpool in her hearl: of fun, of misrhieffl
Student Council 4g Corresponding Secretary. Student
Council 43 Student Crier 3, 43 Social Editor, Student
Crier 4: Basketball 3, 4g Library Service Club 2, 33
Senior Nominating Comniittef- 43 Clie:-rleafler 2. 3, 45
Chairman Hospitality Comniittee 45 Chairman Family
Christmas Projects 4.
ARLENE RUTH BISELLI
'gShe tried the luxury of doing good."
ELAINE CLAIRE BOUCHARD
"The grass stops not, she trezls on it so light."
Charm Club 2, 3.
MARLENE LOUISE BOUCHARD
"Silence gives ronsentf'
Charm Club 2. 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
DONALD KEVIN BOND
"Snappy clothes make Don quite the Juan."
Debating Club 2.
"lark of all trades."
Sports Club 2g Glee Club 2, 3.
ROBERT WALTER BOWSER
"The Ad'cP has had quite a rise,
note Bob's 'Large Economy' size."
Driver Education 3g Glee Club 35 Prom Committee 3
JAMES ALAN BRASIER
"He'll give you his support any time."
Aeronautics Club 23 Glee Club 2.
JEAN THERESE BUTLER
"Jean is quiet and sincere,
she's a pleasure to be nearf'
Dramatics Club 2, 35 Clee Club 2, 3, 4.
"Magnificent spectacle of human happiness."
Glee Club 3, 45 Driver Education 35 Red Cross Com-
mittee 45 School Census 4.
DONALD A. CAPOBIANCO
"Center of all the fun,
tops in all he's done."
Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 25 Football 2, 3, 4, "F"5 Sports
Club 2, 35 Christmas Projects 3, 4.
JEAN FRANCES CARBON
"A friend to those who know her well."
Sports Club 25 Christmas Projects 2.
RODMAN EUGENE BURDICK
"I came, I learned, and now 1'm leaving."
Model Airplane Club 25 Orchestra 3, 4.
Lois ANN BURGESS
"Her voire was ever soft, gentle and low,
an excellent thing in a woman."
Philomath Staff 45 Basketball 35 Charm Club 25 Dra-
matics Club 35 Clee Club 2. 35 Christmas Projects 25
Red Cross Committee 4.
RAYMOND JOSEPH CALLAHAN
"Oh no, we never mention him,
his name is never heard."
Student Council 3, 4, President 45 Student Crier 2, 3 4
Senior Nominating Committee 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Chairman
Ticket Committeeg Football Dance 35 Chairman, Science
Fair Committee 3, 45 General Chairman. Christmas Pro
jects 45 Manager, Basketball 2, 3, 4, HF."
ANNE LINDSAY CALVER
"Hold that Tiger."'
Student Council 4, Secretary 45 Marshal 35 Second Lieu
tenant, Marshal 35 Student Crier 2, 3, 45 Co-Editor of
Philomath 45 Basketball 2, 35 Dramatic Club 25 Glee
Club 2, 3, 45 General Committee, Junior Prom 35 DAR
Representative 45 Chairman, Ushering Committee, Senior-
LEE ALAN CARLSON
"Let us have wine and woman, mirth and laughterg
sermons and black coffee the day after."
Baseball 2, 3, 41 Football 2. 3. 4, "F", Captain, Foot-
JOHN L. CARTER
Manager, Baseball 2, 3, 4. "Fug Manager. Football 3
Rifle Club 2g Sports Club 3.
NIARION l.OL'lSE CASCIOLINI
HD0 you not hollow I am a zvonzmi? When I
think I rnuxt f11llI'."
Drarnatic' Club 2: Drivers EKlll1'llll0Il 3: Clem- Club 2.
3. 4: Christmas Proj:-cts 23 Stuele-nt Crier Typist 3.
JOIIN T. CATTO
HA guy with zz lot of ez'er-rthingf'
Rifle Club 21 School Census 45 Christmas Projects 4.
NORMA lVlARIE CECCARONI
"Dainty and sweet, cute ami petitef' K 'Q
Dramatics Club 2g C-lee Club 2. 3, 4g Graduation
Usher 3. l P
THOMAS H. CHIPMAN ,
'41 loaf and iVIl'i1F my soulf, L
Safe Drivers Club 3.
ff S, li Q
ROBERTA ELEANOR CICERONI
"She who can wait can have everything."
Dramatics Club 2, 3, Drivers Education 4g Glee Club
2, 3, 4g Christmas Projects 4-g Student Crier Typist 3,
School Census 2.
BARBARA ANN CLARK
"Nothing is given so profusely as advice."
Dramatic Club 2: Christmas Projects 23 Drivers Educa-
P, A .
CAROL ANN CLOUGH
"l 1lon't intend to flirt, it's just my wayf,
Marshal 4g Student Crier 3, 43 Philomath 4g Charm
Club 2g Glee Club 2. 3g Christmas Projects 2, 3g Usher-
ing Committee, Senior Play 4g Publicity Committee,
Junior Prom 3.
OTIS FRANKLIN CLOUGH
"Sort of shy, but a rlarn goorl guyf'
Dramatics Club 2.
MARJORIE ANN CoLEs
"The power of thought-magic ofthe mindf,
Field Hockey 43 Music Appreciation Club 3.
JEAN MARIE COLLINS
' . . . Her little nameless,unremernbered
acts of kindness and of love."
Charm Club 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2.
MIRIAM ANN CLARK
"A thing of light, joy and fl1llSil'..,
Clee Club 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 2. 3: Christina o
jects 2, 3.
BENJAMIN PRESTON CLARK
"His Cogitatitfe faculties immersed in
cogibundity of cogitationf,
Debating Club 2g Music .Appreciation Club 3g Qtudent
"Her eyes express beyond expression.
rm Club 2g Broadcasting Club 3g Glee C
"I like work, it facsinates meg l can
sit and look at it for hours."
PAUL RICHARD CONLEY
"All1ask is to be let alonef'
Dramatic Club 2g Ticket Committee. Senior Play 4.
FRANCES ELLEN C0NN0LLY
"Centleness sureeezls better than z'iolenee.'l
Student Cnunril 2. 4g Pbiluniatli 4: Dramatic Club 25
Cliristmae l'ruje-1-ts 4: Senior Nominating Committee 4g
Red Cross Ctmunittee 3.
NANCY JANE COONEY
"Honest labour bears a lorely facef,
Student Council 2. 3: Basketball 2: Field Hockey 2:
Charm Club 2: Clee Club 2. 3.
ROBERT GREGORY Cox
"A little nonsense now and then is
relished by the best of men."
Broadcasting Club. President 3: Publicity. Football
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l,ATRIClA ANN CONNOLLY
"Life IS not .wo xlmrt: lhere is
Illll'lltX time for l'tPlll'l1'Sl.u
Xlztrfltul lg llasketliall 2. fl: Captain, llaxketlrull 3: Fit-ld
Hockey 2. Ii, tl, 3. Al: Debating: lllult 2: ,luniur
Nltlllllldllllgl ifmnniittee- fl: Ulm' Club 2. 3: Cltristlltzw
ljrnvjt-cts 2. Il. -l.
Nl.-XRY ANNE COULEY
"S1'n1pli4'it-1 of z'l1arar'Ier is nn hinrlranee
to .sublery at l7IfPllPI'f.-l
Charm Club 3: Cllflrllllili Prujects 3.
MARY EILEEN CROHAN
uThis gal surely gets arnunrl. she
finds her luelf out of townf,
Library Service Club 3: Clee Club 2. 3. 4: Christmas
Projects 2, 4: Schonl Census 2.
BARBARA ANN CRONIN
"Success is Barbarzfs ambition."
Glee Club 2. 3. 4.
HELEN JOAN CUNNEEN
"Let a smile be your umbrella."
Charm Club 2.
WILLIAM EDWARD CURRAN
'fllalre my coffee strong."
Baseball 2. 3. 4: Football 2: Sports Club 2. 3: Glee
Club 2: A Cappella 3: School Census 4.
ROBERT STANLEY DAVIS
"That which ordinary men are fit for, I am
qualified in: and the best of me is diligence."
Rifle Club 2: Census 2, 4: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4.
"There is no great genius without a
tincture of madness."
Dramatic Club 2: Glee Club 3: Senior Play 4.
GEORGIA ALICE CULVERWELL
"No wonder teachers' hair turns grey,
l chatter. chatter all the dar,"
Dramatic Club 2: Charm Club 3: Clee Club 2. 3. 4:
A Cappella 3. 4: Student Crier Typist 3: School
ARTIIIIR ALLAN CIIMMINGS
"The great end ni life is not lrnourlerlge hut acfionf'
JY Football 2. 'iF": Track 2: Rifle Club 2: Christmas
CHARLES A. CURRY
"You ran be! Charlie likes to dream,
he's somewhere near a field or streamf,
Rifle Club 2: Biology Club 3.
LAURETTA KAYE DANIELS
"Verat'ity is the heart of morality."
Basketball 2, 3, "FH: Field Hockey 2, 3: Dramatics
2, 3: Cvlee Club 2, 3: Christmas Projects 2, 3: School
Census 2, 4.
ALICE L. DIELTZ
"The apparel oft proclaims the woman."
Marshal 3, 4g Basketball 23 Field Hockey 2g Sports
Club 23 Dramatic Club 3g Glec Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas
Projects 23 Nominating Committee, Junior Prom 33
Make-up Committee. Senior Play.
KEVIN LEO DOLAN
"You do the pulling and l'll do the gruntingf'
Student Council 33 Marshal 43 Picture Editor, Philomath
43 A Cappella 2. 33 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Census 2, 4.
ANNETTE ROSE DUCA
"A charming girl, Annette,
surely one we won't forgetf'
Student Crier 3, 4g Basketball 3, 43 Colf 23 Clee Club
23 School Census 23 Refreshment Committee, Senior-
Sophomore DHHCQQ Make-up Committee Senior Play.
BEVERLY ANN DUNHAM
"She made a thousand friends,
Yes: and, she kept them."
ROBERT JOSEPH DONAHUE
'gl understand the fury in your words,
but not the worrlsfl
ELEM P.x'rRI41I: DOWVLINC
"Few things are inzpossilrle to diligence and skillf,
Basketball 2. 33 Charm Club 23 Cleo Club 43 Senior
Nominating Couuiiittee- 43 School Census 4.
DOLORES E. DUNTON
'4She that was fair and never proud?
Knitting Club 23 Music Appreciation Club 33 Drivers
Education 33 Typist, Student Crier.
WILLIAM FRANK DYAN
"Let's have 'one more gaudy night'."
Philomath 43 Rifle Club 23 Decoration Committee, .lun-
ior Prom 3g Decoration Committee, Football Dance, Senior-
K A"-, Z 'L
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,v 361 1, Q
JAMES CLAYTON EMPEY
HA well-bred silence always at comrnanrlf'
Aeronautic Club 2.
DONALD FRANCIS FAHY
"Slow at study, ,last at funf'
Rifle Club 2.
4 , 1 i
JOYCE ELIZABETH FARLEY
"A joy to all."
Dramatic Club 2g Sports Club 3g Cvlee Club 2, 3. 4g
Christmas Projects 3, School Census 33 Hospitality Com-
PETER CHARLES FERRI
"There, but for the Grace of God, goes Petef'
Safe Drivers Club 25 Census 2, 4.
'4She lives lzer life for one lore."
Student Council 2, 3. 43 Dramatic Club 23 Class Sec-
retary 4g Christmas Projects 3g Refreshment Chairman,
Junior Prom 3.
J. STUART EDWARDS
'SA goorl heart is better than all the
hearls in the u'orl1l."
Airplane Club 3. .
., ' ,
SANDRA PALMA FAINI
'love is a beautiful dreamf'
Marshal 4g Basketball 2. 3g Dramatic Club 2, 3g Li-
brary Service Club 4g Clee Club 2. 3. 4g Christmas Pro-
jects 3g School Census 2. 45 Ushering Committee, Junior
PAUL JOSEPH FANTONI
"I have no nzoclrings or argumentsg
I witness and waitf'
Basketball 2, 3g Baseball 2g Football 2g Sports Club
2, 3g Alternate to Boys' State 3.
ALBERT M. FIORITO
g'Thinlfs like a philosopher, acts like a lringf,
Student Council 43 Football 2, 3, 4, '4F"3 Debating Club
23 Class Vive President 33 A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Clee
Club 23 Senior Play 4.
JOHN JOSEPH FLYNN, JR.
"The art of time is passingf,
Rifle Club 2.
JOAN ELIZABETH FULLER
"Few her faults, many her perfeetionsf'
Basketball3 Dramatic Club 23 Knitting Club 33 Drivers
Education 33 Christmas Projects 3.
"She has a nature both quiet and pleasing."
Basketball 3, 43 Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 23
Sports Club 3g Clee Club 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2g
Drivers Education 4.
CLAIRE ANN FOSTER
'iNothing is impossible to a willing heart."
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F"3 Sports
Club 2, 33 Clee Club 2. 3. 'lg School Census 2. -1:
Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3.
SHIRLEY b'lARY FREEMAN
"Quiet, sinrere and frierzfllyf'
Charm Club 23 Chess Club 33 Clee Club 2. 43 Christmas
Projects 2, 3, 43 Library Service Club 4.
DOMINIC ANGELO GARBARINO
"A man more than equal to any task."
Student Council 3, 4, Vice President 3, Treasurer 43
Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F," Captain 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4,
"F"3 Sports Club 2g Class Vice President 43 Christmas
Projects 33 Chairman, Decoration Committee, Junior
JOHN RAYMOND GARBARINO
"lf he didnit have a twinkle in his eye
he'a' be called bashfulf'
Marshal 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3. 4, "F"3 Baseball 3, 4,
"F"3 Football 2, 4, "F"3 Sports Club 2, 33 Christmas
Choir 3, 43 A Cappella 3, 4g Christmas Projects.
HAROLD JOSEPH GOODWIN, JR.
'6Consisteney is a virtue worth haringfl
EDWARD HOLDEN GREEN
NA'P1'Cf too busy to be frienrllyf'
Student Council 23 Marshal 33 liaseball 2. 3, "FN: Track
43 Band 2. 3, 4. Chairman 4: Christmas Choir 3, 4g A
Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4: All-State Chorus 3, 4g Ticket
Committee. Junior Prom 33 Clean-up Committee, Senior
Graduation 3: Senior Play 4.
GEORGE VINCENT HANSON
"Height rloesn't rount when
Hockey 2, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Christmas Choir 43 A
Cappella Choir 4: Gun Club 2g Candy Sale: School
SALLIE LOUISE HANSON
"The thing that goes the farthest towards making life
worthwhile, that costs the least yet does the most
is just a pleasant smile."
Basketballg Baseball 3g Softball3 Sports Club 23 Glee
Club 2, 3, 43 Archery 3.
ROBERT R. GIORDANO
"Speech is a mirror of the soul: as a
nzan speaks, so is hef,
Administrative Staff, Student Crierg Biology Club 3,
Presidf-nt3 Glee Club 3, 43 Patrol Committee, Football
Dance 2, Senior-Sophomore Dance 43 Publicity Com-
mittee, Football Dance 4g Properties Committee, Senior
Play 4: Candy Sale 4. District Captain.
WILLIAM H. GLASKO, JR.
Hsome rlay I will east off my boyish
pranlrs and be a manf'
Football 33 Aviation Club 4.
HELEN MARIE GREEN
"She made her mark in her own quiet wayfi
Basketball 23 Field Hockey 23 Safe Drivers Club 2g
Christmas Projects 23 Typist, Student Crier 3g School
JOAN FAITH HAMMERSLEY
'iContent to follow while others lead the wayf'
Typist, Student Crier3 Basketball 23 Clee Club3 Pub-
licity Committee. Senior Playg School Census: Candy
JANE EDNA HARVEY
MA pretty girl, always in a whirlf,
Student Council 43 Nlarshal 3: Student Crier 3, 4, Art
Editor 4, Golf 23 Dramatic Club 2g Library Service
Club 33 Nominating Committee 3, 43 Clee Club 44
Chairman, Ushering Committee, Graduation 3, Chair-
man, Decoration Committee, Football Dance 4.
"He who rloes not love wine, women and song
remains a fool his whole life long."
Aeronautics Clubg Gun Club.
DAVID CRAIG HILLIARD
'allen should be what they seem."
Debating Club 2g Christmas Projects.
"Helen is a girl possessed with grace,
pleasing charm, and a smiling face."
Charm Club 33 Band 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 45 School
Census 43 Make-up Committee, Senior Play.
ORVILLE HAROLD HERSEY
"He will succeed, we know he ran,
for Orville is an ambitious man."
Basketball 2, Baseball 2, "Fug Aeronautics Club 23
Model Airplane Club, Stage Committee, Senior Playg
Delegate, Boys' State.
MARILYN JANET HILL
HAIIUIZJVS leave them laughing when you
Knitting Club 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Choir
2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 33 Christmas Projects.
SANDRA LOUISE HIMMELMAN
"A combination of medically proven,
Glee Club 2g Broadcasting Club.
HAROLD ROYAL HINDS
"There is great ability in knowing how
to conceal one's ability."
Rifle Club 25 Biology Club 33 Clee Clubg Candy Sale,
School Census, District Captaing Christmas Projectsg
Chairman, Occupational Committee.
RICHARD JOSEPH HOULE
'Tllay he rest in schoolfi
NANCY ANN HUBENER
'Tallring-she knew not why, ana'
carea' not whatf'
Basketball 2. 3: Tennis 2: Charm Club 25 Dramatics
Club 35 Glee Club 2. 35 Christmas Projects 3, 4-5 School
Census 35 Candy Sale, District Captain5 Refreshment
Committee. Senior-Sophomore Dance 45 Ticket Commit-
tee, Senior Play.
PATRICIA JEAN IANIRO
"Friend of all the world."
Typist, Student Crierg Dramatic Club 35 Glee Club 2,
35 Christmas Projects 3, 4.
ROBERT R. JACKSON
"A best-seller is a gifted personality."
Marshal 3, 45 Basketball 25 Safe Drivers Club 25 Sports
Club 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Choir 45 A Cap-
pella Choir 45 School Census 2.
JOYCE LORRAINE HITT
"Silence-sweeter than any music."
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Choir 2, 35 A Cappella
Choir 2, 3.
RUTH JEAN HOPKINS
"There is none like her, nonef'
Charm Club5 Clee Club 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET ELISE HURST
"A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance."
Dramatic Club5 Music Club5 Glee Club5 Typist, Student
Crier5 Christmas Projects5 Candy Saleg School Census.
ALAN GILBERT HURWITZ
"All you need in this life is a little knowledge,
confidence and wit5 then success is sure."
Student Crier 45 Philomath 45 Glee Club 25 Christmas
Projectsg Publicity Committee, Football Dance 45 Chair-
man, Publicity Committee, Senior Play.
BARBARA ANN ,IENNISON
'U1l1L'a,t's ltappy. always gays:
you liear lzer giggle ererlt' flayfi
Marshal 3. 4: Basketball 4: Charm Club 2: Glm- Club
2. 3. .13 Ilht-ring: Conituittf-0. .lunior Prom 3: Refresh-
ment Couunittn-4-. St-nittr-Sophomore llancf- 4: U4-Coration
Conunittvn-. Football llanm- 4: School Census 2. -12
DORIS HELEN JOHNSON
'iHer mire was e1'er soft. gentle. mtfl
low. aml e,t'1'ellen! rlzing in a 1l'!7lI1!lI1.u
Charm Club 2: llrantatic Club: Typist. fittttlc-nt Crier:
lVlAl'REEN ELIZABETH KANE
"Sires-'I fare tliis. ll rlmrntirzg ntannehii
Tennis: Softball: Fit-lil Hockey: Basketball. Captain.
"FN: Safe Drivers Club: Dramatic Club: Glee Club 2.
3. 4: Typist. Student Crier.
"."Yet'er lztzrriex, llllf alu'a,t'5 arrives."
Rifle Club 2. 3. if
THOMAS H. JONES
"Newer seen with ntany, but always with write."
Gun Club 2.
BEVERLY ANN KALINOWSRI
"Reprod on lter lips but a smile in her eyesf'
Softball 2. 4: Safe Drivers Club, Secretary: Glu- Club
2, 4: Chairman. Decoration Committee-. Cramluationg
Ticket Cotniuittn-R. Senior Play: Uslie-ring Cotnmittee.
Senior-Sopltomore- Dann-3 Christmas Projects: School
BARBARA PHYLLIS KENYON
"An alluring yet ineluctable problem."
HARRY EUGENE KIMBALL
"lf women be there, there I am alsof,
Baseball 3, 4, "FH: Hockey 2. 3. 4, 'tF"g Clee Club 2.
3, 4: Christmas Choir 4: Candy Sale 2. 3. 4: Christmas
Projects 4: School Census. District Captain.
JOHN F. LEBLANC
"What shall we do but be rnerryf,
LEONARD P. LECLERC
.'lIy li-te's one horrid grind."
Marshal 4: Baseball 3. 4, "F", Football 2, 3, 4, "F",
Hockey 3. 4. "F", Sports Club 2. 3. President 3, Glee
Club 3: Christmas Projects.
JAMES F. LINGLEY
"The flash and outlrrealr of a fiery mindf'
Student Council 2. 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, 3,
Student Crier 2. 3. 4, Philomath, Co-Editor, Hockey 3,
Rifle Club 2. President, Junior and Senior Nominating
Committee: Glee Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, A Cappella
Choir 3. 4, Chairman. Ticket Committee, Record Hop 2,
Chairman: Book Cover Committee, Ticket Committee,
Junior Prom, Christmas Projects: Delegate. Mass, State
CAROLE CECELIA LOGAN
"Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined."
Basketball 3, 4: Field Hockey 4, Tennis 2, Dramatic
Club 2, Band 2. 3. 4. Head Majorette 4, Typist, Student
Crier, Decoration Committee, Football Dance, Entertain-
ment Committee. Senior-Sophomore Dance, Christmas
JAY JACOB LANOER
"He's far above the best of us, but heis just
the same as the rest of usf,
Senior Class President: .lunior Class President, Student
Council 3. 4, Student Crier 3, 4, Debating Club 2, Clee-
Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43
General Committee. Junior Prom, Publicity Committee,
Senior Play, General Committee, Class Night and Gradu-
ation, Chairman. Patrol Committee. Football Dance 3,
Delegate to Boys' State.
BARBARA ANN LAVALLEE
'SA glowing personality shines through a big srnilef,
Typist. Student Crier, Cvlee Club 2, Safe Drivers' Club,
ROBERT S. LEPORATI
"Thinking is but an idle waste of timef,
"By persistently remaining single, a man converts
himself to zz permanent public temptation."
Student Crier 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor, Philomath, Publicity
Committee, Publication's Dance 3, Candy Sale, lntra-
mural Basketball, Captain, Ticket Committee, Senior-
Sophomore Dance, Stage Committee, Senior Play,
THOMAS EVERETT LOYND
2.411 is not gospel that thou 1los'z spealff,
JOHN STEPHEN MADDEN
'gHe is a man among men anal also
Student Council 3, 4g llaseball 2. 3. 4, "FS: Football 3,
4, "F"3 Hockey 2, 3, 4, HF." Captain 3. CO-Captain 4
Sports Club 2, 3g Clce Club 2. 43 Christmas Proi
jects 3, 4.
"He is never less at leisure than when at leisuref,
Football 2, "Fug Hockey 23 Dramatic Club 23 Sports
Club 33 Clee Club: Patrol Committee, Junior Promg
Patrol Committee, Senior-Sophomore Danceg Lost and
Found Committee 4.
"A good minrl possesses a kingdom."
Music Club 23,6168 Club 2, 3. 43 Representative. Junior
RICHARD EDWARD NIAHER
"Alas.' The love of a woman .' lt is known to
be a lovely but fearful thing."
Student Council 23 Marshal 33 PllllUl118Il1Q Baseball 2,
"F"3 Hockey 2g Debating Club3 Sports Club 23 Clee
Club 23 Senior Nominating Committeeg Senior Play.
BARBARA E. MAHONEY
fllanner, not golrl, is a woman's
Basketball 23 Dramatic Club 23 Clee Club 2, 3, 43
Typist, Student Crier, Cap and Gown Committee, Gradu-
ation 3: Ushering Committee, Craduationg Candy Sale:
"Likable, tho' quielfl
Typist, Student Crier3 Dramatic Clllljg Chess Clubg Clee
Club 2, 3g Refreshment Committee, Senior-Sophomore
Danceg Ticket Committee, Senior Play.
DOLORES C. NIALOOF
"fl true frienfl to few is better than a
false friend oj many."
Basketball 23 Clee Club 23 A Cappella 3. 4.
BARBARA OLGA MARENGHI
"Her very frown is fairer far, than
smiles of other maidens aref'
Student Crier 2,.3, 4, Feature Editor 45 Basketball .25
Dramatic Club 25 Chairman, Ushering Committee, Senlor
Play, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4.
LOUISE MARIE MARIANI
A mania for talking.
Dramatic Club 2g Glee Club 25 Christmas Choir 3, 4
A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Christmas Projects.
"She has everything but conceit."
Marshal 3, 4, Student Crier 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Dramatic
Club 2, Glee Club 2g A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Philo-
mathg Decoration Committee, Football Dance 4g Ushering
Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance 4, Prpperties Com-
mittee, Senior Play, General Committee. Science Fair
3, 4g Candy Sale.
ELIZABETH MARIE MCCARTHY
"Always laughing, always joking."
ROBERT CHARLES MANN
"I came, I saw, I conquered, you all."
Student Crier 4g Basketball 4, "Fug Football 4, NF."
RICHARD LOUIS MARCHAND
"Always on the move, full of fun."
JOHN JOSEPH MARINOFSKY
"I shall laugh myself to death."
Baseball 3, 4, "F", Hockey 4, "F", Sports Club 39
DAVID CARL MARTENSON
"I would feign die a dry death."
Safe Drivers Club, Airplane Club.
PETER HENRY MCNEII.
"With a big blue ,Vash with plenty of rlrive,
harrlly a man will slay aliref'
Basketball 23 Sports .fill1llQ Intramural Basketball, Cap-
tain 43 Christmas Projects.
JoIIN F. McPHERsoN
"I am a man and nothing that concerns a man
:lo I rleern a matter of irzrli,t,fererzcef,
EDWARD JOSEPH MONTALBANO
Hlf laughter be a crime, he a master
criminal would be.',
Basketball 2g Sports Club 2g Patrol Committee, Junior
Prom 33 Intramural Basketball.
HELEN BARBARA hll00RE
"Music is said lo be the speech of angels."
Student Crier 43 Basketball 2, 33 Softball 2, 33 Archery
3g Dramatic Club 23 Band 2, 3, 4g Clee Club 2, 43
Orchestra 4g Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Cappella Choir
3, 4g Prompter, Senior Play.
ARLENE JoAN MENCOBONI
'She is known by the company she keeps."
Marshall 3, 43 Basketball 43 Dramatic Club 2g Glee
Club 23 Christmas Choir 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 3,
43 All-State Choir 4g Cheerleader 2, 4g Entertainment
Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance 4, Football Dance 43
Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 33 Football Dance
43 Rt-tl Cross Committee 33 Candy Sale 2, 33 Christmas
RICHARD FRANCIS MOBERG
"All the world is queer except you, and meg and
even you are a little queer."
Model Airplane Club 2, 3g Decoration Committee, Senior-
Sophomore Dance 43 School Census 4.
BARBARA G. MORETTI
"In friendship she was early taught to serve."
Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 33 Field Hockey 23
Softball 2, 3g Tennis 2g Sports Club 23 Glee Clubg
Entertainment Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance.
BETTY MARIE MORGAN .
4'Although she is not verbose, her smile is
worth ten thousand w0l'llS.,,
Philomathg Student Crier, Advertising Staff 2, 3, 4, 'As-
sistant Manager 3, Manager 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, "FH:
Field Hockey 3, 43 Softball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 23 Refresh-
ment Committee, Junior Promg Ushering Committee,
Craduationg Publicity Committee, Senior Play3 Ticket
Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance3 Glee Club 2, 33
FRANCIS RONALD MUR1
MA wise man knows everything: and a shrewd
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 3: Student
Crier 4, Sports Editor: Football 2, 3, 4, 4'F,': Sports
Club'2: Glee Club 2: Christmas Choir 3: A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, 4: General Committee, Junior Prom: Repre-
sentative. Student Government Day: Delegate, Boys'
State: President, Massachusetts Association of Student
Councils: Christmas Projects: Senior Play.
THOMAS FREDERICK lViURPHY
"Ah mel What good is there in loi'e?,'
Baseball 2: Football 2: Hockey 2. 3. 4. "F": Sports
Club 2: Glee Club 2: Christmas Projects 4,
HTis good will malfes infelligence.
HThe reward of a thing well done is ,
to have done itf'
Dramatic Club 3: Glee Club 3: Ticket Committee. Music
SANDRA 3lARIE OQCONNELL
'This girl is 11 friend to all, and is zcilling
to help at beck and rallf'
Student Crier 2. 3. 4: Pbilomath: Dfalualif Club 22
Klajorette 2. 3. 4: Ushering Committee. Junior Prom 3.
Graduation 3. Senior-Sophomore 'Dance 4: Prompter.
Senior Play: Candy Sale: School Census 2: Glee Club
2, 3. 4.
ANTHONY JAMES MORRISON
HI have often regretted my speech:
never my silencef'
Rifle Club 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Of-
chestra 2: Christmas Projects 2, 4: 'Candy Sale 2:
School Census 3.
ELIZABETH LOUISE MUNROE
"She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with,
and pleasing to think upon."
Basketball 4, Alternate Captain: School Census 4.
lVlARY LOUISE NELSON
H0n their own merits, some are modestf'
Basketball 2. 3, 4: Softball 3, 4: Archery 3. NFB: Dra-
matic Club 2: Sports Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Ma-
jorette 2. 3, 4: Typist, Student Crier: Grand March
Committee, Junior Prom: Christmas Projects 2. 4.
JOHN HENREY NICOLAS
5699 44HI00'W funf,
Football 2. 4: Hockey 2: Aeronautics Club 2: Airplane
Club 3: Christmas Projects 3, 4: Clean-up Committee.
Senior-Sophomore Dance 4.
"The ,frivolous work of polished idlenessf'
Music Club: Glee Club 2, 3. 4.
JANE ANN OESTERLING
2Loi'e is the greatest of all things
learned: I am educatedf,
Philomath 4: Glee Club 4: Ushering Committee, Senior-
Sophomore Dance 4: Senior Play: Candy Sale 4: Christ-
mas Projects 4.
CARoL ANN OWEN
'lWisdorn and rirtue are gems: good
breeding a setting."
Basketball 2: Tennis 4: Camera Club 2: Dramatic Club
3: Clee Club 3. 4: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4.
"Why nart graduate!"
Basketball 2, '3. 4. "Fu: Baseball 2, 3. 4, 'AF": Football
2, 3, 4, HFH: Sports Club 2. President: Nominating
Committee, Junior Prom: Clee Club 4: A Cappella Choir
2, 3: Chairman. Clean-up Committee, .lunior Prom 3:
Cap and Gown Committee, Graduation: Christmas Pro-
jects'2, 3, 4.
NANCY Lou O-NEILL
"Like a star, silent but shining."
Student Crier 3, 4: Basketball 3: l.ibrarv Service Club.
President 4: Knitting Club 3: Clee Club 3. -1: Decora-
tion Connnittee. Football Dance 4: Rt-fre-slum-tit ciltllllI1lllt'Q'.
Junior Prom. Senior-Sophomore Dance 4: llshering Coma
mittee. Junior Prom 3: Senior Play: Christmas Projects 4.
PETER JOSEPH ONKSEN
"1 agree with no manls opinion, I have
some of my own."
Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Chairman. Patrol Com-
mittee, Football Dance 3: Decoration Committee, Clean-
up Committee, Graduation 3.
RICHARD W. PATCHETT
"Not that I study less, but that I hare fun moref'
Marshal 3: Basketball 2, 3, UF3: Golf 2. 3. 4, "F," Cap,
tain 4: Sports Club 2. 3: Chairman, Ticket Committee
Junior Prom 3: Clee Club 2, 3: Christmas Projects.
NORMA ANN PEARSON
5'To those who know her, she's
the greatest of friendsf'
Glee Club 3, 4: Entertainment Committee. Senior
Sophomore Dance 4.
THERESA ELIZABETH PERINI
"A woman easy to loolf aff'
Glee Club 3.
ROBERT BRUCE PERSON
'tif silence u'as'golrlen, he'd be a millionaire.
Camera Club 2: Christmas Projects.
FRANCIS G. PEvER1
"This wonder lasted for three yearsf,
ALLEN H. PHILLIPS
"I hardly finfl any person of good sense
save those who agree with mef'
Rifle Club 2: Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 2: Brass Choir
2, 3, 4: Senior Play: Candy Sale 2, 3: Christmas Pro-
jects 4: School Census 2. 4.
JOSEPH ANDREW PELLECRI
"They made some of us big, some of us small:
but time, if you wait, equalizes us all."
Student Council 2, 3: Baseball 2: Sports Club 2: Chair-
man, Checking Committee, Football Dance 3: Chairman.
Patrol Committee, Junior Prom 3.
ANTOINETTE KATHLEEN PELLEGRINI
i'The only way to hare frienrls is to be onef,
Student Council 2. 3. 4: Class Treasurer 3. 4: Cent-ral
Committee. ,lunior Prom: Senior-Sophomore Dance:
Chairman. Publicity Committee, Football Danee: Refresh-
ment Committee. Football Dance: Publicity Committee.
Senior Play: Lost and Fountl Committee: Cantly Sale.
CARL DOUGLAS PETERSON
"All the worl1l's a stage . . ."
Marshal 3: Dramatic Club 2, Vice President: Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Publicity Committee, ,lunior Prom 3, Senior-
Sophomore Dance: Red Cross Committee 3: Christmas
Projects 3: School Census 2.
JOHN FRANCIS PETERSON
"He is never alone. but aerornpanierl
by noble thoughtsf,
DIANNE MARION PLESHAW
"Personality is an immortal treasure."
Junior Class Secretary3 Student Council 43 Marshal 33
Student Crier 4: Basketball 2, 33 Softball 23 Glee Club
2, 43 Christmas Choir 3. 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g
General Committee, Junior Promg Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
Captain 43 Chairman. Publicity Committee, Senior-Sopho-
more Dance 4.
MARJORIE ANN PLESRAW
':She rms actire, stirring all afire:
could not rest, roulrl not tire.',
Marshal 43 Charm Club 2, Presidf-nt3 Ushering Commit-
tee. Junior Promg Decoration Committee, Junior Promg
Lost and Found Committeeg Candy Saleg Christmas
JoN NEWELL PROVEST
"He was ever precise in promise-keeping."
Student Crier 43 Art Editor, Philomathg Baseball 4g
Track 2, 33 Clee Club 2, 3g Decorating Committee,
Junior Prom, Graduation, Chairman, Senior-Sophomore
Dance3 Chairman, Stage Committee, Senior Play3 Nomi-
nating Committee 33 School Report Cover 3, 4.
DAVID EDWARD PROVOST
'61 am very fond of the company of women. I like
their beauty, their delicacy, their vivacity, and
I like their silence."
BEVERLY JOAN POOLE
"ffl rather be quiet and remembered
than loud and forgottenf'
THOMAS JOSEPH POTENZA
"Pm rough and tough, d0fllf argue with me.
Marshal 33 Football 2. 3. 4. '4F"3 Hockey 2. 3. 4, "F,"
. Co-Captain 43 Glee Club 2. 3. 43 School Census.
PHYLLIS MARGARET QUINZANI
"Innocence has nothing to dreadf'
Advertising Staff, Student Crier, Philomath, Assistant
Manager 3, Co-Manager 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Cheer-
leader 2, 33 Senior Play3 Decorating Committee. Football
Dance, Junior Promg Ushering Committee, Senior-Soph0-
more Dance, Craduation3 Cap and Gown Committee 33
Christmas Projects 33 Candy Sale.
BARBARA ANN RAPHAEL
"A perfect woman nobly plannedg to warm,
to comfort and commandf'
Basketball 23 Dramatic Club 23 Broadcasting Club 3,
Vice Presidc-nt3 Clee Club 2g A Cappella Choir 3, 4g
Ushering Committee. Junior Prom, Gracluationg Chair-
man, Costume Committee, Senior Playg Sophomore Prin-
cessg Ticket Committee, Senior-Sophomore DBHCCQ Cap
and Gown Committee.
ANNE MARIE RIVARD
"Variety is the spice of lijef,
DONALD FRANCIS ROACH
"He knows the precise psychological
moment when to say nothing.
CAROLINE ANN Russo
"Little packages often hold small gemsf'
Typist, Student Crierg Basketball,
DELORES ROSE SAMBUCHI
"On her finger sparkles a ring, here's a girl
Cheerleader 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella 49 Typist,
Student Crier 2, 3, Lost and Found Committee 3. 4:
Entertainment Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance, Soft-
ball 2g Christmas Projects. A
PETER JOSEPH RIORDAN
"Genius means the capacity for
Hockey 2, 3, 4, NFS, Golf 2, 3, 4, "F", Rifle Club 2,
President, Decoration Committee, Senior-Sophomore
Dance, Football Dance 4, Stage Committee, Senior Play.
JANET ANGELA RIvA
"She arlfls a precious seeing to the eye.',
Student Crier 3, 4, Philomathq Library Service Club
3, 4-, Secretary 43 Decoration Committee, Senior-Sopliw
more Dance, Football Dance 4, Junior Prom 3: Dramatic
Club 2, School Census: Candy Sale 2, 3: Christmas
ROBERT YVALTER ROBERTI
"Honor lies in honest foilf'
Sports Club 25 Biology Club 2: Christmas Projects,
JAMES RICHARD ROUSSEAU
"Manners make the manf,
Safe Drivers Club.
PAUL EVERITT SANTORO
"I hope l shall have the leisure to make good."
Golf 2, 3, UF."
RUTH ELLEN SCANLON
"A practicioner in panegyricsf,
Basketball 2, 3, 4g Field Hockey 33 Softball 2g Music
Club 2g Sports Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Refresh-
ment Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance: Costume Com-
mittee, Senior Playg School Census 2, 4g Christmas Pro-
jects 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4.
JEAN lVlARIE SCANSAROLI
g'TlIoI1gh lam alimlvs in haste. l am
Heier in a ll'IlVl'YY.,Y
Basketball 2. 33 Fit-lil Hockey 2. 33 Softball 2. 33 Charm
Clubg Clee Club 2. 3. 4: School Census: Candy Sale:
RICHARD L. SCIOLTO
':0n the diamond l'I9,S an 'ace,' with
the girls he sets the pacef,
Student Council 4g Marshal 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Baseball
2, 3, 4, 'AF"g Football 2, 3, 4. "F", Clee Club 2, 3, 4g
FRANKLIN E. SECKEL
"There is a laughing devil in his sneerf'
Baseball 2, 33 Rifle Club 2, 3.
FREDERICK WILLIAM SHAW
"The secret of success is
constancy to purpose."
Safe Drivers Club 2g Christmas Projects.
PAUL MICHAEL SHEA
"Blushes are the colors of all virtues?
Student Crier 43 Philomathg Christmas Choir 3g A
Cappella Choir 2, 3g Entertainment Committee. Football
Dance 4, Ticket Committee, .lunior Promg Christmas
Projectsg Candy Sale 3.
WILLIAM JOHN SIMPSON
"I never let education interfere with my pleasuref'
Football 4, "F"g Dramatic Club 2g Sports Club 35
Clean-up Committee, Junior Prom: Ticket Committee.
Senior-Sophomore Dance 4g Intramural Basketball 4,
Captaing Clee Club 2, 3, 43 Christmas Choir 2, 4:
Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHY M. SMITH
'AWisely silent in her own worth."
Art Clubg Lost and Found Committeeg Costume Com-
mittee, Senior Play3 Candy Sale3 Christmas Projects.
IRWIN WHITE SMITH
"Love me little, but love me long."
Hockey 43 Tennis 23 Rifle Club 23 Biology Club 3g
Stage Committee, Senior Playg Candy Sale 43 Red Cross
CALVIN J. STEVENS
"faking and humor are pleasant and
often of extreme utilityf,
Music Clubg Glee Club 2, 3g Christmas Choir 2, 33
A Cappella Club 2, 33 Decoration Committee, Football
Dance, Senior Play3 School Census.
J AMES BLAKE STODDARD
"Ah, happy yearsf Would
not be a boy once more."
Basketball 2g Football 3, "F"3 Sports Club 2.
MARILYN RUTH SINGERLE
"Graciousness is the foremost
of her attributes."
Typist, Student Crierg Basketballg Tennisg Charm Clubg
Dramatic Clubg Glee Club 2, 33 Candy Saleg School
DONALD ARTHUR SMITH
'. . . And puts himself upon his
Basketball 2g Airplane Club 2, 3.
CAROL ANN SNOW
"Nothing can be accomplished
Typist, Student Crierg Basketball 2, 3, "F," Captain3
Field Hockey 2g Softball 2, 33 Camera Clubg Knitting
Clubg Glee Club 2g Archery.
EDWARD J. STEFANINI
"The sweet converse of an innocent mind."
Football 2, "F"3 Sports Club 2g Intramural Basketball 4.
STANLEY I. STRACHMAN
"lt's much easier to be critical
than to be l.'0ff8Cl.,,
Student Crier 3, Advertising Staff 2, 3, Manager, Hockey
2, 3, 4, UF," Tennisg Debating Club 25 Chess Club 23
Ticket Committee, Senior Play, Refreshment Committee,
Senior-Sophomore Dance: Patrol Committee, Football
Dance: School Census: Cantly Sale.
JANICE RUTH STRUM
"A man would run through fire and water
for such a lrind heart."
Student Crier 3, 4: Glee Club 3g Decoration Committee,
Junior Prom, Graduation, Refreshment Committee, Junior
Promg Ushering Committee, Graduation, Christmas Pro-
JOHN MARK THOMAS
uGenius does never dispose labor."
FREDERICK PETER TOGNACCI
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you."
Rifle Club 2, 33 Clee Club 2, 4, Christmas Choir 2, 3,
A Cappella Choir 2, 3.
MICII.-XIEI, NICOLAS TADDEO
"I see the right, and recognize it."
Football 4. Lili", Art Club 2, Sports Club 3g Cl:-e Club
33 Ticks-t Committee. .lunior Prom.
RAYMOND GORDON THAYI-IR
Virtue is bold. and goodness never fearfulf,
llovkvy 23 .'ht't'0Ilitlllll'S Club.
CAROL ANN Tosri
"Everybody is Carol's friend and proud to be it
to, for her smile and pleasant talk is just
for me and you."
Typist, Student Crier 35 Dramatic Club 23 Knitting.Club
3g Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Ushering Committee, Graduation,
Senior Play, School Censusg Candy Sale 4g Christmas
Projects 2, 3. 4.
CAROL MARILYN TRIPP
"A true' friend is forever a friend."
Dramatic Club 25 Typist, Student Crier, Make-up Com-
mittee, Senior Play, Candy Saleg School Census.
BARBARA JANE VAN DUZER
hothing is so contagious as enthusiasmf'
Student Council 4, Student Crier 4, Editor, Biography
and Verse Committee, Philomath, Junior and Senior Class
Nominating Committee, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball
2, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, Chairman, Ushering Commit-
tee, Junior Prom 4, Publicity Committee, Senior Play,
Decorating Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance, Foot-
ball Dance 4, Girls' State Representative.
MARY THERESN WALDRON
"Here is a true and industrious friend."
Charm Club 2, Chess Club 3, Library Service Club 4,
Decorating Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance, Costume
Committee, Senior Play, Christmas Projects 4, Red Cross
PHYLLIS ANN WEBSTER
"There is nothing more fun than a man!"
Basketball 3, 4, Softball 2, Typist, Student Crier, Usher-
ing Committee, Senior Play, Lost and Found Committee.
BEVERLY JOAN WEST
"The rule of life is to make business a
pleasure and pleasure a business."
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 4, Softball 2, Dra-
matic Club 2, Senior Play, School Census, Candy
Sale 2, 4.
RONALD RICHARD TURCHI
"Far off his coming shown."
Sports Club 2, 3, lntramural Basketball 4, Christmas
Projects 2, 3.
JAMES RICHARD VALENTINE
"But indeed a friend is never known
until a man have needf'
Band 2, 3, 4, Christmas Brass Choir 3, 4, All-State
Music Festival 4.
"He declared that he knew nothing except
the fact of his ignorance."
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President,
Clean-up Committee, Junior Prom, Christmas Projects
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2.
BARBARA ANN WATROUS
"Devotion is wondrous in this age."
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Nominating Committee 3, Refresh-
ment Committee, Junior Prom, Ushering Committee,
Senior Play, Charm Club, Christmas Projects.
JOHN DOUGLAS WHEELER
"Growth is the only evirlenre of life."
Rifle Club 2: Sports ClIIb 3g Christmas Projeets 2.
ARTHUR ST. JOHN WHITING III
"Without music life would be a nzistalref'
Band 2, 3. 43 Orchestra 2, 3: Christmas Choir 2. 3. 4
Christmas Brass Choir 2. 3, 4: Christmas Projects
Candy Sale 4g Scfhool Census 4.
JOHN MARTIN WILSON
'gfarmers are the founders of civilization."
Tennis 23 Sports Club 2.
WALTER B. WINCHENBACH
'AAh, sighed many. he lores but one."
Marshal 3g Baseball 2. 3.
TIMOTHY L. WHITING
"Life is very short. and very uncertain:
let us spend it as well as we can."
Philomathg Football 3. 4. '4F": Hockey 2. 3. 4. "F"
Sports Clubg Christmas Projerts.
PATRICIA ANN WIGNOTT
"A witty woman is a treasure: a
witty beauty is ll powerf,
Basketball 2. 3. 4: Softball 2, 3: Clee Club 2. 3: Christ
mas Choir 3. 43 A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4: Ushering
Committee, Senior-Sophomore Dance 4. Junior Prom
Decorating Committee. Craduationg Dramatir' Club 2
Candy Saleg Senior Play.
Hfluielly she goes her way, doing her
share with little to sayf,
Decorating Committee. Graduation.
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Last Wzll and Testament 0 the Class 0 1955
One and a half score and SIX monms ago the truant
offlcers brought forth on thlS hugh school a new class
fllled vslth mlschlev ousness and dedlcated to the
proposltxon that all teachers are tyrants
It 1S for them the Sophomores and ,Iumors to be
forced here to the unfmrshed work whlch we have
thus far so cleverly dodged It IS rather for us the
graduat1ng Semors to laugh at the great task rema1n
1ng b f re them We here hlghly resolve that these
three years shall not have passed rn va1n that thls
class wrthout teachers shall have a new blrth of
I Preston LMy theory 15 J Clark leave my green
book bag to Rlchard Reed
Dave tlvanj Martenson bequeath to Mr Clccolo
ten mrlhon dollars w1th whlch to bulld hrs dream
school as descrlbed 1n class
Dxanne tworn out vocal chordsj Pleshaw hereby
rellnqulsh my whlp brursed knees achlng bones
and laryngltrs to next years captaln tor co cap
t3lI'lS, of the cheerlng squad
john LLend me a nlckelj Waters leave my vrm
vlgor and vltallty to Jack Damels tthe Jumor I
Bubba tfyods gnft to womenj Madden leave my
short halrcut and physlque to any underclassman
who can do them justrce
Sandra tSee you at the Dalryj Hlmmelman leave
my come hlther glances to Rosemary Sherbert
Pat tSt1ll lookxn for the daggerj Wlgnott leave my
backyard swlng to any Junlor glrl who can make
as much use of lt as I have
Bunky tCant make up my mlndj Carlson bequeath
everythmg that Coach McMahon sa1d I am to next
years gr1d1ron captalns
Carol tP1ck ya up at sevenj Clough leave my
chauffeur s card to any one wlth a Buggy who IS
good natured enough to want It
Phyllls lGot a new Joke! Battlstone leave my many
sweaters to Jrll Sheehy
Allce ljust bought a new dressj Dleltz leave my
clothes to any Junlor who has a house large enough
to keep them 1n
Joe QNA NA 1 Pellegrl bequeath my speclally edlted
book Muscle Bulldlng Made Easy to Jack M1r1ns
also a loaf of Bond bread flt bullds bodres
elght ways J
Pmky QCome up and ee me sometlmej Pleshaw
leave my abllrty to get along wlth teachers to
anyone who hkes the offlce bench
Bob QWa1t a sec Cox bequeath my talents to
anyone who can fmd them they re hrdden
Kate Qbut the encyclopedra saysj Martm leave my
ablllty to change MISS March s mmd to next year s
co edltors of the F H S scandal sheet The Student
I Bob fWay down south ln DIXICI Mann leave my
Confederate flag to Paula Larrabee
Don llsaughs galore? Capoblanco leave my per
sonahty and wrt to Tony B0dl0 lnot that hes
lacklng IH eltherl
I Drck lbever a dull momentj Sclolto leave my
height to Lenny McGrath
To the Junlor Cla s vue the Senlors proudly devlse
'ind bequeath our expert knowledge and Sklll galned
through years of experlence IH cuttlng class slgn
mg our own excuse sllps and dodglng homework
To Mlss E tabrook dlrector of one of Frammgham s
frnest Semor plavs we leave our gratltude and
To Mr Magoon me leave our dlsappolntment at not
bemg able to attend the ness FH S
To Mr Martln the Senlor Class leaves a PCFISCOPC to
enable h1m to py around corners on the mobs
To the faculty me leave a good supply of nerve tonlc
and also toupees to replace the halr they frantlcally
lost durmg our stay at the high school
We leave to MISS 'Nlarch tvvo hundred COPICS of a
censored verslon of Macbeth to ehmrnate the neces
ity of Oflllltlng certaln pa ages
To Mrs 'VlcConnon we leave a lle detector so that she
wlll be able to flush the phony hvpochondrlacs
and prlvlleges at Brush Hlll wrth the hope that the
Junlors l1ve up to our expectatlons
We the Semor girls leave to the Junlor and Sopho
more gals our techmques for wreckmg certaln
We Senlors boys and glrls allke leave our frult
boots lwhlte bucksj and Joe college outflts to
any squares vvho mlght want to attract attentlon
We leave to Mr Meegan Mr Brooks Mr Lundberg
and Mr Galvanl an uncondltlonally guaranteed
tonlc deslgned to grow ha1r mstantly Incldentally
It was formulated by a br1ll1ant group of students
who are flunklng chemr trv
To Mr Damels the cheerleaders leave a llpstlck
smeared handkerchlef acqulred after the Bay State
To Mr Kevllle we bequeath several cartons of asper
We the Senlor members of the Student Councll leave
our argumentatlve ab1l1t1es to the new members
provldlng of course that they ell ten tons of
fudge next year
To the schoo we leave the many gouges and pencll
and llpstlck marks mflxcted by us
Dranne Pleshaw Class Lawyer
Al FIORIIO Class Lawyer
Wztnessed by Carol Clough Dave Martenson Arlene
Mencobom Marranne Blanchr
We the undersigned bemg of mmd and body do
'lam and estabhsh thls our last will and testament
e read 1n the solemn memory of this class
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When most of the homemakers of Framlngham were
emptylng the1r trunks of summer storage, Frammg
ham Hlgh School opened lts doors to a group of
moth eaten Sophomores who were made to feel
exceedlngly bewlldered by the attltude bestowed upon
them by the natlves of F H S Granted, we werent
met w1th an onslaught of bombs of D D T but frankly
It would have been less palnful than the lndlfferent
receptlon from our upperclassmen
Tradltlonally we were accepted at the flrst soclal
event of the year, the Sen1or Sophomore dance whlch
was held early ln October Decked 1n the style of the
day and certalnly our Sunday best we trled to con
VIHCC the Senlors that we could look and act human
even lf they belleved otherwise
After belng accepted as mentally f1t we were glven
the prlvllege of choosmg our most worthy class
mates as homeroom representatlves to the Almlghty
We were galnlng momentum and p1ck1ng up speed' l
We fmally had someone to defend us now It was a
hard and bltter flght but we were rlchly rewarded
After sweatlng through Electlon Day we came out on
top wlth Jay Lader Al F10 Rlto Dlanne Pleshaw and
Tom Pellegrml as Presldent VICE Presldent, Secre
tary and Treasurer respectlyely Wlth thls actlon, we
closed our sophomore year
After packmg a cement IHIXCI' full of fun lnto two
months of heavenly vacatlon we had to return to our
Halls of Ivy ln order to prevent complete collapse
Thls year It was a prlvllege to reslde on the flrst floor
lmagme gettlng dlsmlssed on the flrst bellll
We were truly satlsfled w1th ourselves walkmg lnto
our Jumor year We thought we knew the ms and
outs of our school system but lnstead we found
ourselves ln a dllemma more confuslng than any thlng
we d faced before rotatlng perrodsll After con
querlng thls dllemma we settled down to enjoy some
of the F H S actlvltles among whlch were football
and basketball The ,lumors who partlclpated ln these
sports proved thelr physlcal prowess beyond a doubt
and provlded the crowds wlth some real excltlng
moments Havlng proven ourselves as a class endowed
w1th tremendous athletlc qualltles we were now pre
sented w1th the challenge of demonstratlng our mental
superlorrty by comblnlng our ldeas and commg up
wlth the plans for our ,Iumor Prom Prom by the
Thls gay affalr glven ln honor of the Semors was
an overwhelmmg and spectacular success, thanks to
our mdefatlgable advlsor Mr Edmond, and to the
hard worklng commlttees who worked up untll the
last mlnute Thls IS no exaggeratlonl We dld not
reallze the satxsfactlon we could galn by helplng
others plan an excltlng and fascmatmg soclal event
untll we looked back upon our Jumor Prom'
After recoverlng from the prom we returned our
thoughts to pol1t1cs ThlS year we went all out cleyer
posters hung on every avallable wall slogan tags worn
up to the elbows and campalgn managers preparlng
thelr LOIlYlIlClIlg speeches It was an extremcly close
electlon and after countmg the ballots four tunes
we knew we had chosen Jay Lander to lead us through
our semor year as our President DOITIIIIIC Carlnrmo
took oyer the dutles of our Vlce Presldent Judy Dyer
our typlcal Secretary and we entrusted our wealth of
our class to Tom Pellegrlnl our Treasurer Wlth these
electlons we closed the cover on an energetlc and
prosperous JUHIOI' year
ln the fall of 54 we obtalned our ultimate goal
by becomlng hlghly honored Semors Our flrst act
as Semors was the presentatlon of the SCIIIOI Sopho
more Dame at whlch we honored the mcommg
Sophomores The football dance was glven for our
heroes led by Captam Bunky Carlson reclplent of
the Bnal Brlth Sportmans Award and our new
coach Bm o McMahon
As we looked back upon our last year at F H S
we wanted to congratulate some of the members of the
class who w1th thelr contlnual and txreless effort dld
a great deal towards the success of our class Raymond
Callahan who headed our pralse worthy government
lator and d1sc1pl1nar1an Dlck Sclolto Captaln of the
Marshal System Kate Martm and Carl Levme, co
edltors of the eyer popular STUDENT CRIER and
the capable co edltors of the PHILOMATI-7 Anne
Calyer and Jnnmy Lmgley
Among the other members of our class who de
served much pralse were Frank Mun, Presldent of
the Student Counclls of Massachusetts, Anne Calver
who whas chosen by the class and faculty to recelve
the Daughters of the Amerlcan RCVOlUl10H award our
basketball team who after a very successful season
entered the Tech Tourney One thlng was certam
our baseball hockey track and golf teams also
deserved well earned credlt for thelr flne Sh0Wlng
We could have been prejudlced but we belxeyed
the dramatlc mmded members of our semor class put
thelr every effort lnto makmg our senlor play A
Connectlcut Yankee 1n Kmg Arthur s Court one of
the best plays ever presented Everyone extended a
vote of congratulatxon and appreclatlon to Mlss Esta
brook our patlent and able dlrector
As we spent the last few weeks f1IllSl'llI1g our dutles
at our dearly beloved hall of fame we looked forward
to the closmg events of the Class of 1955 Class night
we gathered to recall the IHGIIIOTICS of our hlgh school
3CtlVltlCS On the eve of Graduatlon June 9 1955, we
proudly recelved our dlplomas and opened the door of
the future through whlch each member of the Class
of 1955 shall pass to achleve unprecedented accom
pllshments 1n hlgher educatlon and ln llfe
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In September of 1952.
tryouts were held for girls
who wished to lead the
F.H.S. band down the field
during the halftime antics
at football games. Many
tried out. and the class of
'T '55 was well represented by
Carole Logan. Mary Lou
Nelson, Phyllis Edmunds,
Shirley Surro, and Sandra
O'Connell. The girls prac-
ticed hard and soon were in
the swing of things. The sea-
son was climaxed by the
of the twirlers in the
school's annual music festi-
The 1953 season commenced with the addition of Marilyn Batchelder to the
group. That year a new practice, that of going to competitions, was introduced to
the group. They went to two of these, coming in second at Dedham, and winning a
frist place trophy at Needham. In the spring, they again twirled in the music festi-
val, and were warmly accepted by the audience.
The girls had by far the most fun in their senior yearg both in twirling at games
and assemblies, and participating in competitions. For luck was again with them,
and under their leader, Carole Logan, the girls won second place trophies in New
Bedford and Natick, and first at Dedham. As before, they put in a well-received
appearance in the 1955 music festival.
These three years have been fun for the majorettesg they only hope people have
gotten as much enjoyment from watching their performances as they have had
On February 10th and 11th 1955 the Semor Play A Connectlcut Yankee ln
Kmg Arthur s Court was presented at the Dennlson Memorlal Hall under the able
dlrectlon of MISS Estabrook ThlS humorous comedy portrayed the actlng ablllty of
many members of our class who dellghtfully entertalned the audlences
Kmg Arthur s Court came to l1fe wlth Al FIORIIO playlng the lead as Hank Bennett
the Connectlcut Yankee Allen Phlll1pS characterlzed Klng Arthur and ,lane Oesterlmg
hls domlneerlng wlfe Pat Wlgnott played the part of the sleeky schemlng female
v1lla1n Wlth Ronald DeMar1a the castle maglclan portraymg her partner ln crlme
Nancy O Nelll as Sandy and Phyllls u1nzan1 as Elaine were the charmmg ladles of
the court Edward Green was the mlschlevous page boy and Dlck Maher Jay Lander
and Frank Murl were the Knights of the Round Table
Under the dlrectlon of Mr Edmond the varlous commlttees worked laborlously to
make th1S procluctlon the great success that It was The chalrmen of these commlttees
were as follows Publlclty Alan HUfWltZ Make up Marllyn Batchelder Usherlng
Barbara Marenghl Tlckets Mary Lou Nelson Stage and Llghtlng Jon Provest
Costumes Barbara Raphael Properties Russell Asnes
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STUDENT ASSOCIETION PUBLICATION
Three years have passed since we first entered Framingham High School not know
ing where we were going or how we were going to get there But now that those three
face As far as most of us are concerned we know what we want ln life and have at
least half an idea of how to obtain it but we all realize that many difficulties lie
ahead Since we all have different preferences as to occupations most of us will be
leaving old friends only to make new ones. Some of us will become secretaries
lawyers, engineers' others laborers inventors nurses' and still others will choose
wide and varied fields of endeavor. Strangely enough these three years spent at
Framingham High School have patterned our entire lifetimes for what we have
learned here in the way of knowledge will undoubtedly be of the greatest importance
in fashioning our futures.
Now that graduation is here, we the class of 1955 realize the inestimable value of
the knowledge that has been bestowed upon us and wish to extend our most humble
thanks to the many persons whose help has made our class as successful as it has been.
A large part of our gratitude should be given to Miss March Miss Goldsmith and
Mr. Keville who have done excellent jobs in supervising the student publications of
Framingham High School. Neither the Philomath nor the Student Crier could be the
successes they are without their tireless patience and cooperation.
Mr. Edmond our most worthy class advisor has won himself our highest respect
for tolerating and guiding us in our many class activities.
Mr. Daniels an outstanding athletic director to whom we have dedicated this year-
book deserves a lot of credit for his endless job of planning all our athletic activities.
Along with Mr. Daniels to the many coaches Mr. Morris Mr. McMahon M .
Summers Mr. Novak also goes a vote of thanks.
As far as guidance is concerned we are doubly thankful to Miss Hobbs and Mr.
Martin who have aided us in making our most important decisions.
To Mr. Magoon our principal, we extend our most sincere thanks for everything
both large and small that he has so graciously done for us.
To the faculty as a whole we the class of 55 extend a most hearty-THANK YOU'
years are over, we leave behind the uncertainties and anxieties we all have had to
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Raymond Callahan preslded as head of the Councll thls year, mth Bob St Andre
and Janlce PlCClOll as first and second vlce presldents Anne Calver and Marlanne
Blanchl were recordmg and correspondmg SCCTCIHTICS respectively Dom Garbarlno
the Massachusetts AQQULIHUOII of Student C0l1IlCllS
As ln PICVIOUQ years the Qtudent Councll sponsored varlous act1v1t1es of the
school the sale of book covers the candy sale, whlch made S500 the Chrlstmas
projects whlch contrlbuted clothes food and money to numerous organlzatlons the
annual football dance ln honor of the football team, and flnally the Student Councll
dance, an added attractlon before the Prom
Left to right Joyce Pepl
Donald Prmce Anne Cal
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Mr Gerald York Marr
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On the night' of May 21, our class
presented S'Prom by' the Seafl Credit
for this gala affair goes to the entire
class, and especially to the general com-
mittee. and our advisor, Mr. Edmond.
Mention must also be made of the excel-
lent job accomplished by the art com-
mittee for their ucineramicw stage. Lee
Colman and his orchestra provided the
A wonderful evening was climaxed
with the crowning of the princesses and
the queen The Judges showed a careful
eye for beauty IH their selections
Marcia Rand and Judy Dyer princesses,
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A group whlch has played an lmportant part supporting our athletlc teams IS the
cheerleaders As sophomores we remember the Splflt that they contmued to mamtam
throughout the followmg two years
Durmg the junlor year thelr long hours of practlce were rewarded as the group
they brought home the seventh place trophy from the state Wlde competltlon
Senior year came and the squad one agam d1d a tremendous Job cheermg at the
football and basketball games They really knew how to keep up the morale of the
players Thelr support th1S year has contmued the tradltlon of outstandmg Frammg
ham Hxgh cheermg squads The glrls can be proud of the1r performance durlng
the past three years It w1ll always be remembered
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man. Sf-cond row: Manager Dooling, Assistant Coavh St.
Andre, Whiting, Lordi, McMahon, Simpson, l"ioHito, Morris,
Mann, Allison, Empy, Sha-ridan, Print-e-. Assistant Coach
Loft to right: Assistant tloavh
Frank Kronoff, Coach William
Mvllahon, Director of .Xtlnlr-tics
,lack Daniels. Assistant Coach
Donald St. Amin-. Assistant
Coach William Sunmie-rs.
Kronoff, Athletic Director Jack Daniels. Front row: Bodio,
Pasquantonio. Nluri. Capobianco, Captain Carlson, Coach
William Nlvhlalinn, Potenza. l.e'l,t'rv, Connor. Anketell. Mad-
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Framingham began the D4 sea on undtr 1 new toaeh from Clinton
'Vlr Wllllanl Bingo McMahon ln thelr first outlng the Flxers lost a
Close declslon to Bxllerlca 6 to 2 The Flyers made up for thls poor
Ql'l0VNlIlg howexer bs OYCI'COIlllIlg a strong Nhrlhoro elexen 16 to 6
Joe Borelll sparked the team wlth an lntercepted pass and a run for a
Frammgham playmg 1ts fxrst game at home then lost to Belmont on
a late Belmont drlse Wxth the game tled 1 to 4 IH the fourth quarter
the Belmont llne blocked Ray Mlles punt Belmont recoxered on the ten
and went on to score the d6CldlI1g touthdown The next week Frammg
ham traveled to a ram soaked Dedham fleld The Flyers wlth a strong
offense dxrected by Lennle LeClerc scored an early touchdown and led
at the half 6 to O However Franungham lost the SCTVICCS of LeClerc
1n thxs half and were unable to moxe the hall successfully the rest of the
game Dedham flnally ewened the score agamst a determmed Frammgham
lme and the game ended IH a t1e 6 to 6
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Concord eleven The team fought all the way threatemng to score several tunes
however Concord wxth two late scores outclassed the Flyers 21 to 0 ln thls game
the team lost the SCIVICCS of the star halfback Joe Borelll for the remamder of the
In thelr flrst mornlng game of the season the Flyers journeyed to Needham to
play a heavlly favored Needham squad Wlth Dlck Natoll and Captaln Bunky
Carlson leadmg the way Frammgham upset Needham 13 to 0 Thls game marked
a turning pomt ln the Flyers style of play ln all remalnmg games the team showed
superlor ball handllng and strengthened defen e
Next week at Frammgham the team turned ln thelr best performance of the
season playmg a Wellesley team whlch had trounced Narlck 39 to 12 The tre
mendous puntlng of Wellesleys .loe lVIcT1que saved the v1s1tors from defeat Only
after Framlnghams determlned march stalled on Wellesleys three yard lme dld
Wellesley put together 1ts scormg drlve The converslon mlssed and Wellesley won
6 to 0
Led by two scores by John Garbarmo the Flyers routed Hudson 34- to 0 The
team put on thelr best offenslve show of the season Wllh a net galn of 400 yards
whlle the defenslve umt held the Hudson Hawks to 15 yards rushmg
Frammgham wlth lengthy practlce sessions prepared for the tradltlonal turkey
day classlc wlth Natlck The Natlck charges playmg thelr best ball of the season
were not to be stopped however and defeated a sp1r1ted Frammgham eleven by 20
to 0 Natlck taking advantage of several breaks added two touchdowns to thelr
flrst perlod score and thus contlnued the1r mastery over Frammgham
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As our last year at F H S draws to
a close we can look back on an ex
tremely successful season of basketball
The Flyers showed that they were a
team to be reckoned w1th ln the first
game of the season when they pulled out
a mayor upset ln this game the Flyers
sparked by Dom Garbarlno defeated Xp Nbr
heavily favored Milton 63 to 59 X
Early 1n the season Captain Car
barmo sustalned an ankle mjury which
limited his appearances and made the
task of the Flyer qumtet very difficult
Even so the Flyers posted v1ctor1es over
Norwood Walpole and Needham while
losing only to a strong Dedham club
The next scheduled game was w1th
game the spirited Framingham five beat
the N3t1Ck cagers by the score of 49 to
46 ln this game all of the Flyers plaved
outstandlng ball but diminutive John
Garbarlno really wowed the spectators
with his spectacular play
After this vlctory the team edged out Wellesley to further strengthen thelr tltle
chances Thls game marked the halfway point 1n regular season play wlth the Flyers
emerging with a fme record of SIX wins and 1 loss
At the start of the second half of league actlon Framlngham played host to the
strong Milton team ln a very 8XClt1I1g game played before a capaclty crowd the
Framlngham quintet finally bowed to Milton ln double overtlme after many valiant
attempts to pull the game out
Although the team lost to Milton this only gave them added 1ncent1ve and 1n the
next game they avenged an earller defeat by beatlng Dedham 71 to 60 A healthy Dom
Garbarlno sparked the Flyers with 24 points and was much praised by both Framlng
ham followers and opponents
The next week the Flyers seriously weakened by
an epldemic of colds took on an improving Nor
wood club The team weakened as they were by
absence put up a good showlng but ended up
dropplng the decision
The loss to Norwood gave Framingham a record
of seven wins and three losses and Flyer hopes of
becomlng league champs were dwindling The team
reallzed thls fact and settled down to hard practlce
The sp1r1t paid off as the Frammgham quintet rolled
on to Whlp a hapless Walpole team and then to
defeat strong Needham and Wellesley teams
The wln over Wellesley set the stage for one of
the most dramatlc games ln many years The
Flyers were scheduled to play Natick at the new
Natick High gym if they could beal Natlck as
they dld earlier Framingham would be deadlocked
with N3tlCk and Milton for flrst place ln league
standings The game was well played and hard
fought from the beglnnlng Natlck led late ln the
last period and was confident of vlctory but the
never say die Flyers closed the gap and finally won
on a foul shot by John Garbarlno
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Slnce three teams were tled for thlrd place a
play off ser1es was necessary Thls was to be play ed
on a neutral court at Dedham In the flrst game
of the SCFICQ Framlngham played MlltCJH wlth the
wmner to play Natlck for the champlonshlp In
thelr thlrd meetlng wlth the eyer lmproylng Mllton
team Frammgham played the Wllll Rlds on even
terms untll the la t quarter when 'Vlllton s unusually
strong bench showed 1ts worth Wlth fresh players
ln the game Mllt0H sewed up the ylctory lll the
fmal four mmutes Later that week Mllton s Whll
Klds defeated lNat1ck to become Bay Qtate League
Although Framlngham had not won the league
crown there was st1ll the Tech Tourney to be
played ln the Flyers f1rst game at Northeastern
the team swamped a weak Hyde Park team by 86
to 54 The second team was used throughout much
of thls game and they proved themselves very
capable of runnmg up an lmpresslye score
In the next game the Flyers were scheduled to
play Matlgnon Hlgh Gomg 1nto the game Fram
mgham was a defmlte underdog and Matlgnon was
flgured to run away wlth the decl lon The Flyer
qulntet had other ldea however and Framlngham
broke away to an early lead 'VIat1gnon warmed up
m the second perlod and the lead changed hands
often In the thlrd perlod Matlgnon really put the
pressure on and led by as many as ll polnts Thlngs
looked black for the Flyers going mto the fourth
period but they came out flghtmg and kept chop
pmg at the MHIIQIIOH lead untll It looked as though
the Frammgham team would pull another tremen
dous up et Then wlth less than a mlnute left ln
the game wlth Matlgnon leadmg by one polnt a
NI3tlgI10ll player was fouled' He calmly sank both
shots to glye MHllgHOH a three poxnt lead wlth about
th1rty seconds left Frammgham took possesslon of
the ball and Bob St Andre drove ln to score just
as the buzzer sounded endlng the game Thls last
basket was not qulte enough to overcome the dCf1Clt
and Matlgnon was the wmner by one polnt 1
Although the Flyers lost to Matxgnon they 1m
pressed eyeryone wlth thelr dlsplav of power and
sp1r1t It was this sp1r1t along wlth excellent coach
mg and flne team play whlch gave Frammgham
Hlgh a great basketball team A TEAM THAT
WE THE GRADUATHNG CLASS SALUTE'
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team finished up in the first CTIXISIOII Bolstered by many returning lettermen the
Flyers made a bid T01 Bay State honors but were edged out by the perenmally
strong Walpole and lNeedham clubs
Framingham started out on the rlght foot beating a strong Medford team 2 1 in a
pre season Jamboree The sextet dropped their first league game however to defend
mg Bay State Champs Needham 3 6 The squad then easily took B C High 2 0
This game serxed as a warmup to the Walpole game the Flyer s best performance of
the season With perfect teamwork the stellar play of Co Captains Tom Potenza and
Bubba Madden and sparkling sayes by Tim Whiting the sextet scored a thrilling
upset to beat Walpole 2-1.
Framingham went on to tie Walthain and Watertown by identical scores of 1-1.
The team split the next two regular league games. losing to Norwood O-3 but over-
powering Wellesley' 4-2. This left the Framingham entry' in a third place tie with
Waltham and gave them a berth in the first division playoffs.
Although the Flyers failed to win in the play' off-. they' gave the league favorites.
Needham and Walpole, a rough time before finally' bowing. In both games the team
was leading after two periods but were unable to hold the lead in the third period.
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The PHILOVIATH wlshes to thank the followmc, people who tll10l1t,ll
thC11 sacrlflce and thou htfulness made the euccees of thls yC2:11lJ00k
'VI1 GCO1g6 Lundbe1D and M1 A1thu1 Rose for the11 able management
of the admlnlstratlve depaltment
N11 and MIS Leland G1ay for the11 excellent photog1aphs of the qenlor
Mr Sheldon Gew fOl hls outstandmg p1ctu1 es and patxence
The OfflCC btaff and faculty for thelr coope1at1on at all tlmee
All Othel PSISOIIS who alded 1n any way to hunt, about the pubhcatlon
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