Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1958

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I bb- fl qyti X ' If 4,-5 X u. -fi, 9 N .Nh Ib X ,- a 1 S' "K N . HIGH PRlNClPAL'S MESSAGE The Challenge to the Class of 1958 The Class of 1958 moves on to graduation with distinction. Every class has pointed with pride to certain achievements during the years in high school, but to the Class of 1958 goes the distinction of not only establishing records of high degree, both academic and extracurricular, but also of being the first class to graduate from the new and inspiring high school building, made possible by the citizens of Framingham. During the final months of the senior year, the class has had the opportunity of enioying to the fullest all of the expanded phases of school life provided by the various units included in the new building. In these United States we believe in free public education for every student, and to this end each community invests large sums of money and concentrated effort for making educational opportunities available to every boy and girl. The challenge to every graduate of every class is to so 'live that the people of Framingham and of all other communities will have an excellent return on their investment. Indications of the highest type of citizenship in adult life, as well as success in selected vocations are all returns on investments made by the supporting public. The challenge to the Class of 1958, therefore, is to so live that you will be a credit to your home, your school, and your community, and in so doing you will be a credit to yourself. That is the only "investment return" that is desired or expected by those who have done so much for every member of the class. DLHKJUL 'X s 15, ,g'. , 'vi- N X 0. I.. ., T ' , . ..,42,2Jwf--i- --.'-"T'Pv ' . Jef' ixx,,.x'i ,I Q V. , '- .,..4q11 ,, U A, W tiles TZ' sg, v-'. , s f , J.: ' if is wf Ifilwl' 'A 1555 gl' 'T 7 4 if Qgyg, 1 l """.,r "'.r 1 v- A ,is 1 t- - ' f Q. ', 1 " 1' x 5' X --in ,. "1 fgcrdi .- ' xtl, ' ', ,k. "wt l ,itLr'.lv'v , i " 4'-' nh.-,' 'll' Jw 1 x. fli'- ' C .I - ' 'Nl . f .' 'f . I - 'i , 'N s 1' ,N 1' -ill'-X 'I l Ylin .. U29 '-',-'1- i ,- Q2.". K' l T' ivy : X . X , i . i 'v.-.Ass.r:'n2 """""' I - K - 4 cgiiqi xx N PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Our never-To-be-forgotten experience ot high school is almost over. As members of The Class of 1958, we have been extremely fortunate. For Tvvo and one half years we attencled The old Framingham High School vviTh its long-standing Traditions before moving To The nevv high school vvhere vve became The originators oT new sets of Traditions Tor The F.l-l.S. sTudenTs of The present and future. Our close associations vvith both our classmates and The faculty have made our Three years in high school most enioyable. There have been many tireless and hard-working Teachers vvho have aiclecl Us in seTTing and achieving goals along our high school road. LeT Us not forget the Tine advice and the goocl example of Those vvho have Taken such an active interest in our development as The citizens of Tomorrovv. , . I sf-2,74 X f .2 H 3' 9 f R RfXi.PH J. MAR 1 r fl 'N ADMINISTRA Tl0N """x .lim 1 fllhf R N I .. I MR. RICHARD N. ANKETELL . Superinrendenf ""'1qg-Q MR. ALBERT G. REILLEY Assisranr Superinfendenf .R .W fx X' t 41' ' fg1,N V L Ln,-f1.X X'fil"'Z MR. BERNARD T. WHITE Guidnnfe Direrffvr J ,J elf? l if ' new working quarters. - r Mr. Magoon speaking. l We ce-rfainly do enioy our 2' ff" May I help you? Mrs. McConnon will tell you . . .! 'I' , br.-I -1 px- . ' .' - -xi., n.,- . , x 'J?l"f',x' Z L.,. J. L,,.,. iilf wiv F. i?- XX Whaf would we do without 1hem'??'? Mr. Hastings and Miss Queomm Lu new gwdavce cw-'we"'Q I Ai' r 'Z FRED A, BAYES A.B., Sociology, Economics I s I ian f-,Q I 'T-'I s 'Q HUBERT E EDMOND FRANCIS J. GALVANI EdM Mechanical BS., Mathematics MARION A. BENTON B. Litt., French at I 4:2 DESIRE GOLDSMITH M.A., English 4 ..l .xqfl JEANETTE BONVILLE M.A., French 9 fg- ALDO GRANDONI B.S., Mathematics .lk F 5 I 48 'Q ' 8 U -N I- ' x GEORGE J KEVILLE ANNA K. KIRBY LILLIAN C. KREGER ELIZABETH LATHROP MA Engl: B.S.S,, Typing, M.A., Home Economics Certificate Librarian Bookkeeping, Stertography lpn- I 3 ' Q, I FIU I I' Y IIJl'.f lIIf'- t'!ifII"f II INIIIIAIVI IVIIMAHIJN JUHN A MLEGAN I if I- IiifiIi',Ii M A, VVorIaI IIISIUYYI Fd M, CIwlni5Iry lVIfvIIu-iv1.itlrS I 4: RICHARD CHARLES M.A., U. S. History XI 9.-CII XI Qi FA ci If I L , 4, VERNA L. MOBER Ed, M., Physical Education I 9 1.9" s S 1. KATHERINE H. CLIFFORD A.B., English JOSEPH P. CICCOLO EcI.M., Physics .1 -'QD EJ CHARLOTTE HIRSCHNER A.B., English LTY -DF 'W MARY FRANCES CONWAY M.M,, Girls' Glee Club MARY HOBBS M.A., Mathematics Dean of Girls AL VIRGINIA LEWIS A.B., English Ili f-'12-' JOSEPH B. MURRAY JQHN NQVAK M.A., Music M-All Biology, Driver Education EDWARD LORING Ed,M., Physical Education Nw MARY E. O'NEIL A,M.T., English 'za i f j KI! Q MARY CUNNINGHAM Ed.M., French I FREDERICK JANES Ed,M., Director of Physical Education f 4 r pl! ' cg ' Q 2, 1 v 'i Q .14 HAROLD W. LOUDER Ed.M,, Chemistry, Biology HELEN PECKHAM BS-S., Typing, Stenographic Practice l .IS J! JOHN H. DANIELS Ed.M., U. S. History, Director of Athletics .Aa HENRY O. KELLEY Ed.M., History, Sociology GEORGE LUNDBERG Ecl.M,, Social Studies +', x, ELEANOR QUINN Ed M Physical Sac-ce'-c 5 via , 9 y . VICTOR C. RAM A.B., Sociology, U. S. History f . fffizblgl x if DONALD L. ST. ANDRE Ed.M., Mathematics, Biology fb-.ig orro SALAK ELFREDA SAMUELS WINTHROP SMITH M. ALICE STANTON Ed.M,, Woodworking Ed.M., Art Ed.M., Biology, B.B.S,, Office Earth Science Pf5CllC9 l N , 'HI X... JAMES F. STRONG WILLIAM T, SUMMERS ROBERT J. TlSDELL ECLM, Physical Education Ed.M,, Physical Education Ed.lVl,, Biology CLASS Anvlsok To Mr. Kelley we express our gratitude for his help and guidance during the past Three years, P 1 . - , ,,.,,,-X-, W-:1-ff. ' 'A Qsgsj w-5,9i.3 ' ' " ' 3237 assi ' . ,' , ' .1-1 v, , ng-.,,.-gf.-.J 'x . ,f'."" 1' gi-2-.E ,. ,- -, ,- . ' . --w f i - ,xx '- '- ,Mig fl., .- M , 'n : -+'g4,wQ?iSt--wf - , . I :.2N,,,i.,? .... A 1 v, Q f f ., 'lwww"""""""""""' H ' 'UH""""""""1"I'4'f1av'vamw!"!f N . 4 -271 if M 'Q - IU! U I Q lap. 5' viv a 0' N 4 '92 f 1 ' 'f' ...- 3 xP -1 .55 QVN J -.....,,,.,.,, J H J 0 br, ,nfl N5 og , .: IB "N" 1 0 HE SENICRS m..-.. fi 1 A ,,,. , , A., M . V -x -.-g..,A., W- . X f+fm'isllu.. of Q., .I I 1 I fx . fs U T .I llll - ' KN . A 5 'f?? iiif! Jr :' 5. ' X, V s 9. 4 W fu-'g fvx ' -- X r SX 1 ' ,ii X fi 1? 1 T s I 1 1 I I . , 1 1 ,Q1 I' ii X Xx A 1 Q rl 2 Xxx i 'S ' I ' J" A I " ' ki in -sq ix"-fl " A' 1- . ph- V' ' Tl KV, l' 1 ' v , is I N , N . - " ' f' . " f"" ' . I-0 ' KENNETH ARMAND ADAMS Smiley Auditor "What look is more pleasant than the smile?" Intramural Volleyball 3, School Census Committee 2, Cap and Gown Com- ' 3 mittee 3, Decoration Committee, Graduation 3, School Publication Advertising Staff 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Salvation Army 4. qt ANNE GRACE AGHAIAN , ' Anne Teacher "Let me sing and l'm happy." Glee Club 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, All-State Choir 3, 4. iii X t Si PVR L 'T 1 .ii STEPHEN AGOSTINELLI Crash Metallurical Engineer "They can conquer who believe they can." Student Council 2, Football 4, Radio Club, Secretary, Glee Club 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, School Census 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. .4 CHARLES BLISS ALLEN Corky Engineer "He swings a mighty racket." Co-Editor Sports Committee, Philomath, Tennis 2, 3, 4, "F", Captain 3, 4, Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Maneuver Committee 4, Christmas Proiects 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM A. ANNESI JR. ,ni " Billy To Make Friends "Football and girls he always chooses, In either case he never loses." Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, "F", Track 2, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Prom Ticket Committee 3, Football Dance Ticket Committee 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3. A An ELIZABETH ANNE ANToNioLi fl Sal' Betsy N rs' Q u ing "One half of a grand pair- Clever, competent, and sparkling." Basketball Co-Captain 2, Field Hockey, Co-Captain 4, Softball 2, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Home Room Representative, Red Cross 2, 3, 4. MARGARET ROSE ANTONIOU Margie NUrSing ". . . the other half, sweetly dignifiedf Basketball 2, Softball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Home Room Chairman. Christ- mas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, School Census 2: Ticket Cont- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Driver Education -1. DANIEL P. ASNES Prof Bio-Chemist "Thinks like a philosopher, 3615 like a king. V Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 4. Editor J, Assistant Manager, Stndcnt Pub' caticvsp Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Brass Choir 3, 4, Science Fair 2 3, J: WT Science Fair 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, -1, Scholastic Magazine Assarol- Ci-a'rn-an PUbliCiTY CO'WY1iTTee, Junior Prom 3, ,Junior Nominating Committee Sq High School Columnist, Franiingham News 4, Worcester Science Fair 33 Ctwairinai- ' Publicity Committee Senior-Soplt J, CHARLES LEWIS ASSENCOA Doc Armed Forces "Labor conquers all but sleep is sweet." Chairman, Patrol Committee, Senior-Sophomore, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education. , --5 susAN ELIZABETH BAGNALL Q 3 Sue To always have friends "A soft word turns away anger." Art Committee, Philomath Staff, Christmas Project 2, 3, 4, Ushering Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Publicity Committee, Junior Prom 3, School Census 2, Ushering Committee, Graduation 3, Candy Sale 2, Driver Education, l Ushering Committee, Senior-Sophomore 4. N- THOMAS BARNICLE T. B. Engineer "A little spark makes a great fire." Basketball 2, 3, Clean-up Committee, Junior Prom 3, School Census 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3. BRENDA JEAN BASLEY Brenda College "Strive to learn from all things." 'ig-f J Co-Editor, Picture Committee, Philomath, Archery 2, Decorating Committee, Leap Year Dance 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Handbook Committee 4, Student Crier Staff 3. SARA EUZABETH BATES Sahara Nursing "Without labor, nothing prospersf' 0 Decorating Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Chairman, Ticket Com- a A mittee, Junior Prom 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, Driver Education 4, Football Dance Refreshment Committee 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 4. MARIANNE BAYLEY Mimi Secretary "She says little, but thinks a lot." alll: Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 4, Girls' Bowling Team 4, Candy Sale 4. PAUL E. BEATRICE Ci, fr, Auiomolivc Designer I "Wifi 'trim riiiiiii in in cliff-rt proportion to tho loss of slccp ii,. ,i ,ii i f wi Tritt' rfrr lfrifzi, fl i, - flii-.t itif. Proj'-Alf, 2, 3, 41, Cimcly Sale 2, 3, 4, Drifr-r 7 1 i .i C7AlE MARY BEAULIEU Nursing ' l -1 i i -, of-ii iiiri l liii.'ii ziiiiif- ol my rv.'ir1. l f ' 1 -,i', l'rf jf-rig 3, fririrlf fmli' 'l, Sf,Il'I1Cf' Fai! : ROGER L. BEERS Rog Electronics "From head to toe a gentleman." Football 3, 4, Ice Hockey 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 4. ROBERT LEE BENWAY Benny Photographer "Like honorificabilitudinityf' Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. Annie Bobbi hw' ALICE JANICE BIGELOW Al Nursing "Quiet of manner, gentle of grace." Glee Club 2, Driver Education 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. CAROLE ANN BILADEAU Billy Secretary "Character is a perfectly educated will." Field Hockey 2, Tennis 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, School Census 2, Science Fair 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman, Junior Red Cross 3. r 3 ' ' U a. ' U 'fu ' . Y, 4 'U' ' ....... , . x I 4 'J' 44 lt' ANN MARIE BERRY Hairdresser "Another big surprise tied up in a little package." School Census 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA BERRY Legal Secretary "Quick to learn, wise to know." Glee Club 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. qw' Q ..i Bo Representative. ROBERT A. BISHOP of 'cm ce Pict ce 'wake' "I have only one life to gms for rm Qnplpn-3 Christmas Proiects 2, 3 4, Student Council Moc. 2, 3, Jwttcr rrcww Cat-w mittee 3, Steering Committee -3, Hockey 3' Sticlcvt Ggxcww-at-t Day 'GERALD ANTHONY BORELLI 'IA Cl7CElX xx Ord for sv I ti an Christmas Protect: 2 RONALD KENNETH BRANDOLINI Brandy E Undecided "The opportunity to do mischief is found a hundred times a day." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, "F", Candy Sale 2, 4, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee 3, Ticket Committee, Senior-Soph 3, 4, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 3, 4. DONALD L. BRIGGS Briggsy Navy "He likes a good laugh." Football 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Clean-up Committee, Senior-Sophomore 3, 4. 'Y Si, La IRMA VIOLETTE BROOM , Entertainer it rfrf it it. rfiiriif,i-, rrtrtrliirt, .incl in fitting ' - i - i- CJVY' Ciut: 2, J, 41, Drivi-r lflUCilllOH A. DENNIS MATTHEVV BROPHY 'i"'l'l"' U. S. Marines ,J 'f'r rlull, ttf vi r riui1't." ft,.it. i. - i.t'ff,t ,,,-it f lrvqr , Cittitiitittf-1-, Senior Sopli, Christmas Protects ' .:, i .f.-M, Ct-,tm .1 NANCY IRENE BOUCHARD Nanfy Nursing "She never did have much to say, yet is pleasant in every way." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. JO ANN BRADEN Jo Occupational Therapist "Vivacious, gay, and friendly." Library Service Club 3, 4, President 4, Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4, Home- room Chairman 3, 4, Usher, Music Festival 3, Marshal 4, Co-Chairman, Class Night Activities 4. JAMES H. BROCKELMAN Brock College "Hail, hail, rock and roll." Feature Editor, Student Crier Staff 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Band Maneuver Committee 3, Science Fair 2, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir 2, 3, 4, Chairman Junior Prom Committee 3. BARBARA LOU ISE BROOKS Barbs Make-up Technician "The world belongs to the energetic." Bowling 4, School Census 2, Candy Sale 2, Junior Prom Steering Com- mittee 3, Junior Prom Ticket Committee 3, Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3, Senior-Sophomore Steering Committee 4, Senior-Sophomore Decorating Committee 4, Class Night Steering Committee 4. ap ,t NEIL L. BROWN Rufus Electronics "Always behave as if nothing has happened, no matter what has happened." Football 2, "F", President of Radio Club, Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3, Prom Patrol Committee 3. JAMES L. BULLARD Jim College "His smiles are free of charge." Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Christmas Choir 2, 3, 4, Band Maneuver Committee 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Decorating Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3. JANET E. CACCIAGRANI Cacci College "There is none like her, none." Tennis 2, Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 4, Candy Sale 3, Chairman, Red Cross 2. CHARLES GUY CACCIOLA Beethoven College "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die." Marshal 4, "F", Glee Club 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Ticket Com- mittee Senior-Soph 4, Entertainment Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Red Cross Committee 2, 3, 4. Fran To tino DAVID A. BUMBECK Bumby To get an M.A. degree "None but himself can be his parallel." Art Staff, Philomath, Marshal 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, "F", Manager 3, Senior Class Steering Committee 4, Decorating Committee, Student Council Dance, Publishing Committee, Candy Sale, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Science Fair Committee, Cap and Gown Committee 3, Entertainment Com- mittee, Senior-Soph 4, Art Chairman for Senior Play 3, Class Night Activi- ties 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Chairman 2, 3. FRANCIS NORMAN BUSHEY BUSl1 Sanitary Engineer "One laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4. EDMUND NOEL CADORETTE Ed Te-ache "A willing worker with an tnexhausttble fund of good nature. S Student Council 3, 4, Student Crier Staff 3, Art Editor PLWllC"'5f'7 Sta't,' ' : ' , ' .' S 1, 5 cnc' rsn' i Football Dance Committee 3 Chairman Decorating Ccnwn ite J P 4 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Poster Committee, Christmas Prcjcvs 2, Ca'e CCM' mittee, Christmas Protects 3, Hand Book Committee. Sono' G'aoca'cn Decorations 3, Science Fair 2, 3 -1, Student Delegate to NESRA -if Dccsr ing Committee, SenioreSoph A: Decorating Conirnivee Footbal Ds'-gg FRANK RICHARD CAHILL ' The rumble of a otwaftt drurn, Christmas Proiect 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Fuzzy Marriage Sandy Nursing Science Fair 2 4 Christmas Proiects 2 3 4 Candy Sale 2 3 4 Basket- JOHN J. CAHILL JR. Jack Navy "His laughing eyes are a reflection of inner joys." Christmas Proiect 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2. DANIEL THOMAS CAIN Dan Technical Engineer "They made some of us big, some of us small, but time, if you wait, equalizes us all." Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. au, JUDITH ANN CANTARA Judy Work and then get married "Soft spoken, sweet-tempered, with a quiet sense of humor." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. ELINOR LOUISE CARADONNA Ellie Secretary "The days of youth are days ol glory." Library Service Club 3, -1, English II Club, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Zone Captain 3, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom, Graduation Usher, Driver Education, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. I' 1 -X 'Vn, X. JOEL CAREY Jaycee Chief Justice of the Supreme Court "I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." Student Council 45 Student Crier 35 Copy Editor, Philomath5 Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath5 Co-Manager of Advertising Staff 45 Cap and Gown Committee 35 Chairman of Publicity Committee, Football Dance5 School Orator 3, 45 Publicity Committee, Christmas Projects 45 Class Prophet 45 Science Fair 35 Red Cross 3, 45 Representative to District 5, American Legion 3, 4. ELIZABETH SUMNER CARLEY Betsy College "Ambition Knows no Rest." Decoration Committee Junior Prom 35 Softball 2, 35 Christmas Proiects5 Art Committee, Senior Play 35 Decoration Committee, Graduation, SANDRA A. CARLIN Sandi Nursing "Tres Chic" Social Editor, Student Crier 45 Bowling5 Glee Club 3, 45 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 3, 45 Graduation Cap and Gown Committee 3. WILLIAM B. CARNICELLI Bill Commercial Pilot "Pleasure and action make the hours seem short." Track 35 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. NANCY BARBARA CASHMAN Nance Teacher "Four things l'd be better without-love, curiosity, freckles, and doubt." Glee Club 25 Candy Sale 2, 35 Christmas Proiects 2. PAUL THEODORE CATTO Cate Chemist "His pitching is that of a master." Marshal 45 Philomath Staff 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, "F"5 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 45 Science Fair 2, 3, 45 Patrol Committee, Junior Prom 35 Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph 45 Set-up Committee, Graduation 35 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. Jo-beans mg' :f-:fe JOANNE M. CAVALLARO Teaclse' "What'S the big attraction at the library evenings -l'Or"exx:rL' English Club 25 Glee Club 4, District Captain, Candy Sale -1, Hcspuity Committee 35 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, J, Hof-teroo-tt Chairman 2 Refreshment Committee, Football Dance J: Decorating Con -t-- xtee, ,lgnigr Prom 3. GERALD D. CECCARINI Gerry CQ 'eg "Variable reluctance, 35 nat's DJ-10 OOO cps eu- President Radio Club5 Football Usher 2, 35 Christmas Proievs Homeroom Chairman 2, 35 Candy Sale 2 3, 4, 'rx 7 1 X. ANN MARIE CINTOLO EDITH MARY CHAMPAGNE Edie Medical Technologist "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." Assistant Copy Editor, Philomath5 Junior Prom Ticket Committee 35 Senior- Soph Decoration Committee 45 Glee Club 35 Cap and Gown Committee 35 Christmas Projects 45 Driver Education 4. ROBERT WILLIAM CHURCH Big Bob Armed Forces "The good and the wise lead quiet lives." Driver Education5 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. Shorty To Graduate "As funny as a crutch." Basketball 25 Glee Club 2, 3, A5 Candy Sale 3, 45 Christmas Proiect 2, 3, -15 School Census 25 Driver Education 35 Science Fair 3, PETER G. CLEAVES 4. Pete Accountant "Boys will be boys." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, A. 9 4 I "' -I 1 RICHARD VV. COBB CATHARINE L. CLINE Kay To be a June bride "Here's a girl who's never blue, as a friend she's always true," Glee Club 25 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -1. MARY ANN CLOUGH Mary Secretarial school "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and lowg an excellent thing in woman." Glee Club 2, 3, A5 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -15 Driver Education -1. I lf, I.-o .i I r-.ii li-r n, r if. ,,i in it-rin, .f.f ,, .. if -lin.-.ri fur at ir'.i' , Prnt"-flf. 2 3. -I EILFEN COCHRAN Airli iii'- llrUi.lv',s ' r i'-r fi li' 1r!'. iiril rfl fri r"1'll"' ,E i ','-ll, 'fiirli ut Vriiir l,pi'.t, Str rug Cfjirnrnitti-1' w im r y ,gy r,,.,,,,,,,,.! f,I .si- fliili Iiili-I C i'ii niiiittr-rr 2 ', ,, , r. r,.--r ,,-, I 1,r,t.-.ig 2 'T il5 Cl irri- rl i,-. 1 rlffr 3, 1 ., . ySiil ' r l'r I-i, il 'iiii-i.,il isrriiirl Mfr li 3 C incl L. tri -r 7 I r.. .5 , i,i,f.- I, fr I i r r l rl ill Ji ir lr ,lirriiiiit Crwrtvnil URANUS COLAIANNI Bucky Engineer "l came, I learned, and now l'm leaving." Glee Club 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. M RAYMOND ENOCH COLDWELL Ray Chemical Engineer Basketball 2, 3, A, Baseball 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Decoration Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Chairman, Cleanup Committee, Class Night, Captain, Candy Sale, Work and Display Committee, Christmas Projects. 'ii if - If I ,, 5- . "The best men are those of few words." J ' i ij-1 X, . 'M , " - , i li WILLIAM A. L. COLLINS lll Bill u.s.N. "The world is ruled by imagination." Marshal 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F", Baseball 2, Track A, Steering Com- mittee, Junior Prom, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom, Clean-up Senior4Soph Dance 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Ticket Committee, Musical Festival, A Cappella Choir 4, Entertainment Committee, Senior-Soph 3, 4, Student Council Dance 3, Clean-up Science Fair 3. CHARLES A. COMBS Chuck To have financial success "What more can we say than this rich praise that you alone are you?" Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. WALTER H. CONNERY 'lf Walt To make money r "Good things come in small packages." " N Philomath Staff, Basketball 2, Track 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science R Fair 2, Candy Sale. ' i. ,Q-h RONALD F. COVELL Rodney Insurance Salesman . "Speed first, last, and always." , Glee Club 4, Science Fair, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Prom ' Ticket Committee 3, Work and Display Committee 4. I N A . l ' 'x ROSELY .ANN CRANE R059 Se:'o'a x "A good disposition is more iaiuahie 'hai' qsio' Y Candy Sale 2: Christmas Projects 2, 3, -1. DMC' Education - ' RQBERT l'l. CRIPPS n Bob -M s' 'Good nature cuter. a iiwltitiidv st 's c Glee Club 2, 3, -1, Christmas Chcii -tp A Cappella Cltei - S 3, A, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. cs 1.-' I .!. x ,F P S3 i ti I X 41' P ' BONNIE SUE CROMMELIN Bon X-Ray Technician "Of silver tongue and ready wit." Philomath Staff 4, Basketball 2, Softball 2, Tennis 3, "F", Orchestra 2, 3, A, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 3, Ticket Com- mittee, Music Festival 3, Program Committee, Junior Prom 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Driver Education 3, School Census 2, Science Fair 2, 4. PATRICIA A. CRCDNAN Pat College "The blush is beautiful, but it is sometimes inconvenient." Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3, Ushering I Committee, Graduation 3, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Science Fair 2, 4. KEVIN PATRICK CROTTY Kev Chemist "The typical Irish lad with a big he Driver Education 3, Graduation Clean-Up Committee 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, A, Homeroom Chairman 4. HARRY A. CUMNIINGS art." I Harry Armed Forces "God bless the man who first invented sleep." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, A, Science Fair 4, Candy Sale 3. -an fi' CAROL ARLENE DABOUL Missy Airline Hostess "Petite, pert, with an alertness of manner and motion." Student Crier Staff 4, Student Publications 2, 3, Tennis 2, English Club 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Driver Education, Graduation Ushering Committee 3, Sophomore Handbook Committee 3. KENNETH G. DALLAMORA Kenny To make a lot of cash "A merry heart does good like medicine." Football -1, Glcc- Club 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, -1, Homeroom Chairman 4. gf PATRICIA A, D'ALFSSANDl2G Marriage 'ft ,ii ,rlf 'V i t r'. firirl r,t'rttl1".l lvwwrl " 'ti in F1 .tl lluitii-rt.',iii i'liJtr--mit .1, Glr-f' Club 2, -1, Science i Q' l,rt,t r tif' U-'lti'lii"i'it Ctimiiiitttttty ,limior Prom 3, U ltirittq F i 'tit it V il, l tttfl,' 'halt' ll 1'-NCIIA M, Ill'Al,CDlA ,'.l.ii!tiii, tit ttf- l . -, irr-'turf 3 - lt I . V irtllili,4fltti'lirml',ll1tIll t 2 I I, fairly 51li ii . r f ' l.:t Ui lr' '.liui"'it ff-ri iii tttw, i- iiifir iitixli ti, Ijrlvcr gl BARBARA KATHLEEN DALTORIO Babs Nursing "Friendly, petite, good-natured and sweet." Philomath Staff 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Brass Choir 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Cap and Gown Committee, Graduation 3, Driver Education 4. BLAKE E. DAWSON Daws U. S. Navy "Hercules and I were athletes." Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, "F", Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3. ROBERT JOSEPH DE SIMONE D- C- Breeder of thoroughbred horses "The winnah! . . . by a length." JOHN A. DE COLA Jungle Johnnie Heaven "l'll make a commotion everywhere." Marshal 3, Baseball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, "F", Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Patrol Committee, Junior Prom 3. Don Student Crier Staff 3, Tennis 2, 3, "F", Decorating Committee, Junior Prom, Student Council Dance, Graduation, A Cappella Choir 4, Glee Club 3. JULIETTE HELEN Dl GREGORIO -lUll6 Accountant "Though demure she may be, there's a twinkle in her eye." Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, School Census 2, Science Fair 3, Driver Education 4, Candy Sale 2. DONALD VAUGHN DE LORME "His clamor is surpassed only by the noise of his horn." Glee Club 2, Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4. YE!" CAROL VIRGINIA DINN Dlrlfty Airline Hostess "Her mirth and laughter make cur days mem. Basketball 2, Driver Education 3: Glee Club, Candy Sale 2, 3? C rstn 5 Project 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 3, Red Cross '2 3 .1 ' PETER J. Dirmfvii DIV Nl ll st , ,sa "Follow me and thou shalt riQt lack amusement Christmas Proiects 2, 3 J, Chairman, Salxation Army. FREDERICK AYER DRAKE Fred - Policeman "In life as in a football game, the principle is, 'Hit the line hardl' " Science Fair 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, 3, A, "F", Foot- ball 2, 3, 11, "F", Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Work and Display 4, Christmas Project 3, 4, DONALD H. DUNN Don Life Insurance ""l, too, come from Sherbornf' Glee Club 2, 4, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Christmas Proiect 2, 3, A. LORRAINE ANN ELHILOW Lfprriiir "Thi, pforzli- s rhoicr-," Piiilrtirmti. Stall, ffl mat uit -1 ROGER HAROLD ELKINS lit fl l",1Pi tri 'lmririrj tilt! tri if-ri tiff- liiir 2, il, Cliris'ivz.ig l,YUl','l,lS 2, fl, fi, Secretary Typist -1, Cl'-ff Club 2, Student Crier, Typist 3, UrivO' lo ln- ii success JAMES H. DONAHUE Jim Engineer "Little man, you've had a busy clay." Glee Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Scroll Com- mittee 3, Cap and Gown Committee 3, All State Choir 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. VALERIE ROSE DRAGO Val Hairdresser "Very much a friend." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, School Census 2, Driver Education, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. si , I N ii! -3 . it i Q f x ROBERT F. EBIN Hot Stuff Lawyer "He has the qualities of a great statesman." Student Crier Staff 2, 3, -1, Editor -1, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, A, Decorating Committee, Student Council Dance 3, A, Publicity Committee, Student Council Dance 3, 4, Cap and Gown Committee, Graduation 3, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3, Publicity Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Publicity Committee, Football Dance 4, UN Day Representative 3, 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Chairman 3, A. RONALD STANLEY ELDRIDGE Ron Medicine G. P. "Hey there, l'm everywhere!" Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -1. 1 .- rr. i 'Y- s,. E. 'U I! . Q. X L15 H i i t MALCOLM E. EMPEY Mal College "He is a person who can take something we already know and make it sound confusing." Radio Club, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 3. ROCKWELL PAGE FABER Rocky Electronics Technician "A man is best revealed by his manner." Basketball I, Manager 4, Baseball 1, 2, Science Fair 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 4. JANE ELLEN FARLEY Jane College "Gentleness succeeds better than violence." Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4, Glee Club 3, Ticket Com- mittee, Junior Prom, Science Fair 3, Publicity Committee, Junior Prom, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2. JOSEPH FRANCIS EAZZARI Joe College "To help is the most beautiful verb in the world." Student Council 2, Marshal, Leap Year Dance 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas i Proiects 2, 3, 4, Christmas Choir 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, A Cappella A Choir 3, 4, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Sophomore Handbook Committee 3, Driver Education 4, Decoration Committee Senior-Soph 4, Red Cross Drive 2, 3, 4. TI. , 1 ' 1 ,I .IX NANCY FAGAN Nancy Lawyer "Laughter is always in style." Library Club Service, Glee Club, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 4, Occupational Conference Committee. HENRY CHRISTEAN EANGEL Hank U. S. Navy "Why should the devil have all the good times?" Football 2, Refreshment Committee, Football Dance, Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects 4. A THOMAS C. FEINDEL Tom Mechanical Er-gineer "Handsome is as handsome does." Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Tennis 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Cross Country -1, Band Committee -t. ' ALICE DELORES FERRI Alice Private Secretary "Her smile is the key to her character' Philomath Staff Typist 4, Glee Club 2. 3, -tg Student Crier Typist 3: Candx Sale 2, Ushering and Grand March Committee, Junior Prom Receiving Cent- mittee Leap Year Dance 2, Science Fair 2, Drixer Education 3. A ANTHONY S. FERRUCIO Tony Machinist "What's life without money?" Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 2. C. MICHAEL FIRMIN Mme College "He is rich who has good friends." Marshal 3, 4, Philomath Staff, Basketball 1, Manager 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, "F" and 4, Co-Chairman Class Night Committee, Glee Club 2, 3, A nxt Cappella Choir 4, Science Fair 2, 3, Census 2: Christmas Proiects 4: 1 Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 4. i K' I 1 JOHN MAYO FISKE John U Electrical Engineer "No really great man ever thought himself so." Student Council 2, Photography Editor, Philomath, Track 3, 4, "F", Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Glee Club 2, Representative for UN Conference 3, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Cap and Gown Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3. JOANNE FRANCES FITZGERALD Fitzie Political Science Major "Everyday is Saint Patrick's Day." Co-Editor Philomath, DAR Good Citizen 4, Alternate Delegate to Girls' State 3, Zone Captain, Candy Sale 4, Student Council Chairman, Christmas Proiects 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Chairman Decoration Committee, Graduation 3, Student Crier Staff 3, Eastern Mass. Student Council Con- vention 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, 11, "F", Chairman Football Dance, Refresh- ment Committee 3, Glee Club 2, 3, A, Decoration Committee, Football Dance: Student Council Dance 3, Advertising Staff 2, 3. ""s 1 fl - "' Ill" ,n ,1 rr..- .Ap Ax 1-l"9Q1 HELEN F. FOLEY 'fi little 'tim .-.flicfz wr. su-.'CL't. H- r 'ti,.'- .rwl 'iviili' rfirrvit lui' lmf'-tl,' Ci' fl l, 'i it 'jnfiiu liir 7, Cl ri',iii"1S VtOgf'flS 2 3 fi 'SH-3fillJlNi. ANN FOVVLER , i ..t .Il tin ,,t fl.-liqli: " 1 r t y 1 pi .,, r ,.fti.ir, fltrwtiih,-, Vfriit-its, Stiirlr-nt Crier, K1 1 JAMES F. FLAGG JR. Jeff College "Silence does little harm and often does much good." Band 2, 3, Program Committee, Junior Prom 3, Candy Sale 3, A, Decoration Committee A, Football Dance. SUZANNE FLASHMAN Sue To own a camp "There is a great deal in first impressions." Student Crier Staff 4, Marshal 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella A, Christ- mass Choir 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, A, Driver Education 3, Homeroom Chair- man, Christmas Projects. ELEANOR MARY FRANCHI Ellie Marriage "You're only young once." Glee Club 2, 4, Candy Sale 2, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Ushering Committee, Football Dance 3, Driver Education 4, Science Fair 2. RENZO FRANZINI Lorenzo Tool and die maker "If you can't take part in a sport, dress like one anyway." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Student Council, Vocational 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Junior Vice President 3, Marshall 2. THOMAS A. GENERAZIO META LOUISE FULLER Meet Social Worker "Vivacious and small, she's well-loved by all." Library Service Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. JEAN FRANCES GAVIGAN Gay Medical Secretary "Through thick and thin, good or bad, a better friend you never had." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 4, Driver Education 3. Genna Fur Trapper "He has traveled far and wide." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. RICHARD B. GENTILI . Dickie Work "The mildest man sometimes has the bravest heart." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. LESLIE JOAN GHILANI Les Medical Se-cretarx 1 1 "The surest way not to tail is to determine to succeed' Philomath Typist 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Glee Club 25 Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Ushering and Grand March Committee Junior Prom 2, Publicity Committee, Refreshment Committee, ,lumgr Prom ' Christtnas Proiects 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman -1, Candy Sale 2 3 -2. HARRIET LORRAINE GIPPS Blondie Marriage "The secret of success is a consistency of purpose. ' Typist, Student Crier 3, Candy Sale 2, Driver Education Q Pr ' H 1 P 'Y 1' - - :r -44. , as 'C 1- ' 'Q fb. ' ' V6 1335 I 'WL '4'-. -. W v . XA . ' X L 'Nl - 'lui' .gr , 1' , x F! L .x . MARY ANN GREEN Mary "She'll never be blue." Glee Club 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. JOHN SALVATORE GRENGA Johnny "Better late than never." 4, School Census ROBERT H. GLEW Sllckt' Business Management "A boy in a million, one so gay, one who is cheerful in every way." Marshal 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F", Senior Steering Com- mittee 4, Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 2, Clean-up Committee, Graduation 3. BEVERLY ANN GRANT Bel' Secretary "Words plus actions speak twice as loud." Christmas Projects 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, Driver Education 4. Hairdresser :B Electronics Decoration Committee, Graduation 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. I iff'-1 A THOMAS EDWIN GUPPY lcivi "Mx Ili iurjlitz hiv my rornpanions Cl.ri:ti".'i5 Projects -l. RICHARD GEORGE GUTOVVSKI Piflr fyllifr prmlilf- .iw r,li'.tirmlf', l .im lirm Prffgf fmiirwwittiri- 'l ,liii-tor Prom, Clirigtitmg Pro ,. RALPH PETER GUERTIN Pierre To attend Northeastern "Diligence has its rewards." Basketball, Manager 4, "F", Decoration Committee 3, Football Dance, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. CHARLES E. GUMBEN Howdy To have my own TV show "No strings attached." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Senior-Soph Patrol, Science Fair Committee 2, 3, Candy Sale 3, Student Council Ticket Committee 4, Entertainment Com- mittee 4, Senior-Soph. J .rt jects 3 Nav r Businessman EILEEN HALLORAN Angel Marriage "Full of pep and mischief." Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, PATRICIA ROSE HALLORAN pai College 'WA cheery word for each and all." Basketball 2, "F", Softball 2, Glee Club 2, Candy Sa nf, i I JULIAN T. HARGRAVES Jules Hospital Work "Work's begun and l'm clone." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. MALCOLM WILSON HARRINGTON Mal Coach "As tough as a 79c piece of steak." Football 2, 3, "F", Track 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Patrol Committee 3, Junior Prom, Science Fair 2, 4. 'U I Ie 2, 3, 4. 3 REGINA MARIE HALLY Reggie Telephone Supervisor "She likes a good time." Christmas Proiects 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3. IRENE D. HAMEL rene Te-acher's Aid "She may be quiet, but she's certainly worth knowing." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3. i , 4 Q. 4. if 3-V5 NELORA JANET HARVEY Jan N. -s i "She smiled and the sltanloxxs Lisp. , Student Crier Staff 3 -1, Glee Club 2 3. -1' B'5ss Cltoii -3 -X CSL -1, Refreshment Committee 3 .lunioi Front Hoivorcon' Cha " Christmas Proiectsg Driver Education' Candy Sala 3 J, DAVID VVILLIAM HATCH Dave L Fen things are intfsssil' 'O Q g Band 3, -ig Christmas Proiects 2 3 -1: Science Fair 2 41 Cans I nl if -1 I .,v,. EDWARD HAROLD HILDEBRANDT, JR. Eddie To operate a successful hotel "Pat Boone's only rival." Football 2, Ice Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F", Golf 3, 4, "F", Glee Club 2, 3, A, Brass Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Horne- room Chairman 4, Entertainment Committee, Senior-Soph, Candy Sale 3. JUDITH HILL Judy U. S. Navy "The word 'impossible' is not in my dictionary." Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education. aw- ' . ,, no Ld' Y gi J' " f-IVIIIIIJIXIY I IAIIICYHCCDCK J I r In rf I 'vi' I I1,,,i,I QP 'Q I il," ,i-r Critiiltillvi A :,,iiI.-Q41 J i ttf- I Illlilllxlftllf-M HCJIGIN II "Hitt i .1-. 1',,I. ,I r..i- JOHN P. HAYES Jafkle College "This little man may cast a great shadow." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Projects 4. JANE ANN HENNEBRY Janie Nursing "We often wonder what she thinks about." Glee Club 2, 4, School Census 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, A. 'QI ,V x I -.. V 1 Q fs, Q - 't-4' . ' , f wr , ' u tv- . U1 Olin ALICE FISKE HILLIARD Alice Church Music "Music is the universal language of inartkindf' -1, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Christmas Choir 3, -4, A Cappella Choir 3. Band 3, A Accompanist, Brass Choir 3, 4, Orchestra Committee 3, Driver Education A, Christmas Project -1. LUCILLE HILTON Cille Teacher "To the hearts of her friends, shell always be dear." Marshal 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath Staff 4, Band 2, 3, A, Maneuver Committee 3, Glee Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Program Committee 3, Archery 2, Candy Sale -1, Driver Education 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -1, Science Fair 2, -1, A Cappella Choir 4. -3 I' 4 .ww .1 4 l1tifrl1"' 'P L18 MARY JANE HODGKINS Jane Nursing "Her hair is not more sunny than her heart." Bowling 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Census 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3, Driver Education 3. ROBERT A. HOLBROOK, JR. Bob Engineer "l'm always ready to learn, although I clon't always like to be taught." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Science Frair 2, 3, 4. . .W 34' ' .F 351 ' iffy' LOUISE ANN JANOVICH Louise Secretary "Every inch a lady." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 2, Homeroom Chair- man 4, Special Grand March 2, Candy Sale 3, Ushering Committtee, Football Dance 3, Driver Education 4. NANCY ELLEN JENNISON Nan Nursing "She is the soul ol personality." Marshal 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4, Picture Committee, Philomath Staff 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Parents' Night Usher 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Ushering Committee, Junior Prom, Ticket Committee, Leap Year Dance 2, Driver Education 4, Publicity Committee, Football Dance 3, Class Night Toast to the Boys 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Nominating and Steering Committee 3, Red Cross Committee 2, 3, Chairman 3. KAREN LEE JEVVETT K Dancer "Dancing feet, she's got those dancing feet." Art Committee, Philomath, Softball 2, Decoration Committee, Varsity Hop 3, Junior Prom 3, Graduation 3, Football Dance 3, Candy Sale 3, Homeroom Chairman Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Program Committee, Junior Prom, Pub- licity Committee, Football Dance 4, ALLEN DUKE JOHANNESEN Duke College -t U "Life is just one long process of getting tired." VA Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 3. Y JOHN HUOH JOHANNESEN Jafli Ottigsf " Annes F as - ' Tennis alum-of Tennis 2, 3, "F", CrOSS COuntry -lg Glee Cliib Q 3 S V ESTHER ,IU I Est L l T "A gif! pl quiet mais ' -fp Student Council 3, -1, Student Crier 3 -1: Class S rekar. ,X -3' Cn km- r of Decorating Committee: Student Councl Dance 3- Steering Con and Ticket Committee of Junior Prom 3, Clwairnan ct Fcc'Daf' 'T Decorating Committee 3. K 4? Q 1 ist?-.. tl-, 'fig' 'fili- Q Fiqijffw .-'. 11, 'f .-Wjg-5-5: I LM MARY ELIZABETH KING Kingte Secretary "Every rnan is a volume, if you know how to read him." Glee Club 2, 3, A, Driver Education 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. MARILYN JOAN LANGLEY Mae-Mae To live in New York City FRANCES KATZ Ffafmt' Secretary "Be true to your words, works, and friends," Hospitality Committee 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3. GEORGE H. KELLEI-IER G9Of9e Work 'leisurely taking his time through life." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. , - "Shes seventeen, going on twenty," Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3. . ff: I IE " N1 C . I EVERETT J. LAVALLEE Skip Undecided "A handsome lad, and very neat, He's a boy we want to meet." Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, -1, "F", Junior Prom Patrol Committee 3, Senior-Soph, Cleanup Committee -1, Work and Display Committee 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN LAVALLEE P, A, Stewardess "What would Wrigley clo should Pat chew gum no more?" Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella A, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, -1, Maiorette 3, Band Maiorette 4, Usherirtg Com- mittee, Football Dance 3, Entertainment Committee, Football Dance 3, 4. luritl, PETER B. LEMHO cr,tt.ti,.- ll WW' '-trtl rritiutrirf- tlttirt, citlililit- Ili:-rt. Q i flir.'.titt.i', I'ifit1-c1'. Q 3, tl JCDANNF l. IEONARDI if Hiitfclrr 351-r I hir ft ,fill fir init t ,, .I , t i . Qi -1- f itil, , , tt I,"i,r'i E111 riilirtit .IV ftiri',titm', P10 r-rtq jr ji , r I i A JOHN W. LEONE l0hflnY Architect "Youth comes but once in a lifetime." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. CAROLE J. LEPORATI LePPI9 To settle down r "The teenager with the happy-go-steady look." Driver Education 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3. - s ' , X I JUDITH ANN LITTLE Judy Secretary "How sweet and fair she is to know." Marshal 4, Student Crier Staff 3, 4, News Editor, Vice President Library Service Club 4, Decoration Committee, Football Dance 3, Student Council Dance 3, Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Christ- mas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Decoration Committee, Gradua- tion 3, Decoration Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Occupational Conference Committee 4, Class Gift on Class Night 4, Driver Education 4. PATRICIA ANN LONG P67 Occupational Therapist "Witty to talk with and pretty to walk with." Basketball Captain 2, Tennis 2, 4, Decorating Committee, Student Council Dance 2, Junior Prom 3, Senior-Soph 4, Football Dance 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Cap and Gown Committee 3. i YQ' Y rg., RUSSELL LIGHTBODY Russ Business School "Let's look at the sports page." Band 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 4. ROBERT J. LILLEY Lil West Point "The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute." Student Council 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F", Baseball 2, 3, 4, "F", Football 2, 3, 4, "F", Class President 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir 2, 3, 4, Patrol Committee, Leap Year Dance, Chairman 2, Publicity Committee, Student Council Dance, Chairman 3, Christmas Projects 3, Chairman, Prom Committee 3, National Merit Scholarship Semi- Finalist 4. FS, --A tar' 'Fr THOMAS VV. LORD Terrible Tom U,-dt.: Q 1 "There is nothing so kingli as kiioress. Science Fair 2, Christmas Prolects 2, 3 .L f-4 ,L ELIZABETH ANN LOYND T Betty Marita iv "She brings the sursl-rife nth her, Student Crier Staff 3, -1, Typist 3, Sieeriw. Committee Jumgf Pfen- J cience Fair 2, Uslwering Committee, Gradusriati 2: Refrgglmtprsf CC'-wi, 5 Junior Prom 3, Driver Education 3. -if i ' .1 x SYLVIA MARlE MACDONALD Spook Secretary "Kindness is synonymous with happiness." Career Conference Committee, Glee Club 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman, CltfiST' mas Proiect -if Driver Education Ag Philomath 4. CHARLES HOWARD MACNEVIN Chuck Aeronautical Engineer "I gain knowledge through silence." Baseball 2, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, A, Science Fair 2, 3, -1. I ' ,J MARY ELIZABETH MACALLISTER Twif Teacher "An artistic temperament with a genuine spirit of good fellowship." Co-Editor of Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Student Crier Staff 3, Band 3, 4, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella 4, Cap and Gown Com- mittee 3, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Driver Education 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, A, Homeroom Chairman 3, 4, Career Conference Committee 4, Candy Sale 2, Science Fair 2, 4, Class Song 4, Student Dele- gate to NESPA 45 Homeroom Chairman, Junior Red Cross 3. JOHN F. MACDONALD John Teacher "The world knows nothing of its latest men," Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Clean-up Committee, Senior'Soph 2, Science Fair Clean-up and Set-up Committee, Y' ' tl Q.: ' 1 AC 4 u il . Q, - MARGARET RITA MAHONEY Margie Teacher "lt talking were a trade, she'd be a success." Student Council 4, Marshal 3, Advertising Staff 3, 4, Hospitality Committee A, Glee Club 3, 4, Ushering Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiect 2, 3, 4, District Manager -1, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Ushering Graduation 3, Junior Nominating Committee, Ushering Committee, Football Dance Chairman 4, Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph Dance 4, Senior Nominating Com- mittee A, Driver Education -4. PAUL T. MAHONEY I' MO Printer l FRANCES THERESA MALATESTA Siirrrt. ltr' ' l it l.'r,:.l-f'If- l.f-r tilft"' tr','i 1 ir, l'rf,irfi tr, Q' 'l, il Cffil-'Ul, ANN MALINO X Rav lf-Clinic: in " , rv.-r .t-, '1 .1 "All l know is what I read in the papers." Christmas Proiects 2, Occupational Conference Committee -1. fi LESLIE ARTHUR MALLAR Clem Airline Pilot "Ah! These strong silent men." Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Science Fair 3, 4, MARILYN RUTH MANN Marilyn Scientist "Keep your Confederate money, boys-The South will rise again." Biography and Verse, Philomath, Advertising Staff 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, "F", Tennis 3, "F", Bowling 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Archery 2, Candy Sale 2, Science Fair Usher 2, 3, 4, Hospitality Committee 4, Christmas'Proiects 2, 3, 4. ALVIN B. MARMER Mau-Mau College "What do you think of the Mau-Mau situation?" Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Baseball 3, Track 2, 4, Decorat- ing Committee Senior-Soph 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3, Publicity Committee, Football Dance 4. JOSE J. MARQUES Yaka College "Wit is the salt of conversation." Basketball 2, Baseball 2, 4, "F", Christmas Proiect mittee, Graduation. s 2, 3, 4, Ticket Com- Q .s fl! sl 4, Christmas Choir -1, Senior Class Prophet, Clwairiv-av Rvws mittee, Football Dance, Cap and Gown Committee' Dm.-' Student Council 2, Sports Committee. Plwilgmavlw- Baskwlsall 2 1 TVB i R ,Q I MARY ANN P. MARCHETTI May Airline Hostess "Who fears to offend takes the first step to please." Basketball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Projects 2, Census 2, Driver Education 3, Science Fair 2, 4. MARY PATRICIA MARMAUD Mary Secretary "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Student Crier Staff, Girls' Bowling Team 4, Glee Club, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 4. :ii JEAN ELIZABETH MARSHALL Jean TSFQ' "A friendly girl with a pleasant smile knew ing her s .rc te tx ,Wi-i-. '- Student Council -if Marshal 3, Biograplu and Ye-sp Cain'-tt'ee F'lwi'Q'v-1' Tennis 3, 4, Senior Class Treasuier 4: Glee Clcb 2 3 -1' -X Canoe 'a Cl-:ir ..,.:..., CC. 1373" Science Fair, Nominating Committee -1- Hospitality CQ'-,M 'rs RAYMOND MQCANN RSV Bsske c a t "Handsome and tall is this lad. A 4 var bet rr-we can ' iw s .3 F - ck 2, 3, 4, "F", Ticket Committee, Football Davie 3 KEVIN T. MCDEVITT Farmer Red Business Accountant "The wrong way oft seems the more reasonable." H Student Crier Staff Ag Basketball 2, Baseball 2, 4, "F", Football 2, 3 4, "F", Track 3, "F", Chairman, Occupational Conference Committee 45 Class Prophet 4, Glee Club 2g Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 45 Patrol Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Clean-up Committee, Football Dance 3, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 4, Candy Sale 2. CHARLES J. MCDONALD Charlie Florist P ,J "Hard work is its own reward." Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. LORRAI NE FRANCES McENTEGGART Lorrie Nursing "Sail on the :hip of ambition and land on the shore of success." Basketball 2, Bowling 4, School Census 2, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. DAVID JAMES McGRATl-l Dave Engineer "Genius begins with great work." Advertising Staff, Student Crier 3, School Census 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, A. It . GEORGE WILLIAM MCKENNA Mac Armed Forces "A fact in the head is worth two in the books." A.. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -1, Junior Red Cross 4, EDWARD FRANCIS MCMANUS , Ned Lawyer "They say the day of miracles has passed, but l'm still around." Student Council 2, 3, -4, Basketball 2, 3, -1, "F", Baseball 25 Class Vice President 3, 4, Nominating Committee 3, -1, Handbook Committee 3, 4, Class Lawyer, Candy Sale 3, A, Zone Chairman A, Chairman, Ticket Come mittee, Student Council Dance 3, Chairman, Clean-Up Committee, Football Dance 3, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3g Publicity Committee, Foot- ball Dance 3, Patrol Committee, SeniorfSoph 35 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. Iii KEVIN MICLJAEL MEHIGAN Try ivntrry it inilltcnnirr3sS i ni . ti ni .',lilf- tt,. ting" l l F t t-i". 7, 'Z -tg Siltfml Vi-its-is 2g American H ' ' 1- ,' 't llURElXlfE l-lFlFN MERLONI f l lr-arlii-r v- t ' l .- 'ii .ir riff r 'nv fi'l' ' mt' it ti ' tri xi ,f,t-r litiri ',--i'r- tftr,- 11, Sit 'lt-tit Crit-r Stall 'E li- V i'it l,i 1 it lit ' ir '- r. iiti Vlttlt 1, ll'.l tftri nrt fmt'-tlttll1'I', lt'-wp t..' I it ' ' " t lt L' lv 'tl ,f,i I fist '.ii'. 9, Clwrirlf-.ttlvr fl, -1, f t l 1 .C i it ffiirl 'silt' 'l -'l llnnfllnurik frnnt ' t i-t l int-'tit ti ".tivtit'.- ttf. Cr,nlv,-rf-ncv FRANK E. NIERLONI Jack Barber "There is no wisdom like 'Frank' ness." Student Council A, Marshal 3, 4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Football 2, 3, F 'S '7 A, "F", Hockey 2, 3, A, Captain A, "F", Track 3, A, Captain 4, "F", Baseball A 'R 2, Glee Club A, Science Fair 3, A, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Chairman, Supply Committee, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom, Ticket Committee, Football ' H sl Dance 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. ,K , N . ERNEST J. MESPELLI 'ty Ernie Electronic Technician "lt's better to live one day like a lion than a hundred years like a sheep." Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, Football 2, A, Glee Club A, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Usher, Football Game, ' N- 1. X, SANDRA JANE MEYER Sandy "Perseverance brings success." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Dri N Philomath Typist 11, "svn NANCY LOUISE MEZZADRI Muzzy Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. 'S VIRGINIA DALE MILLER Ginny Marriage "Deeds, not words." Student Crier Advertising Staff 4, Christmas Projects 4, Driver Education 4, Science Fair 2, 3. MARY ELLEN MITCHELL vu? Mitch Medical Secretary "Rather slender, not too tall, This young lacly's a friend to alI.' 1 Student Crier Typist 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. 3, 4, Driver Education RAYMOND D, MOLONEY JR, Typist -1. -.-:Fir W, 13' Secretary ver Education -1, Hairdresser "Simplicity of manner is the best attainment." :J Ray ' "Work is the lccnciatior' L ' Cltrisl iii. a s Projects I 3 .1 JOSETTE ANN MQNTALBANO jo To ,Qty ,X ,Jw g.A,,,, ,gn K 'She smiled anti i smite-its ,-,ip Christmas Projects 2 -lg Stuclcwt Crier Typist 3 Dr L P RUTH Aft' 4Wi.xf.t .U X ak-- WAYNE L. MORGAN JR Bud Coliege Rest first and then work Chrustmas Progects 2 3 A ELEANOR MARIE MULCAHY Boots Anrlme Hostess Dark and vrvacious, Sweet and Gracuous tball 2 Glee Club 2 3 4 Candy Sa 2 3 Chrustmas Pro ects 2 4 Scnence Faur 2 Decoratung Committee Jumor Prom 3 Hospetalny Com mittee 3 Ushermg Commuttee Graduatuon 3 X., -I M 7 7 'di V JANNA NAPCJLIT!-XN0 I 1 tnitffvtfm ft wt, 2 31 ANN NE AL 1 f I v wr w vw F' H t-1' J 5 I ' rm FM v vfttbi v 14 tl! iflrt xg Chlckre Dental field Tom Secretary of State 'Vs Driver Education 4 Science Fair 2 Christmas Protects 2 3 A Student Crier , "A, JUDITH ANNE NICOLAI Judy Communications "A try for the best is a step toward success." Student Crier Staff 3, Basketball 3, Captain 25 Tennis 35 Glee Club 2, 3g Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA AGNES M. NOBILINI Cinny College "Red hair, yet even-tempered." Glee Club 2, 4, Driver Education 3, Science Fair 2, Ap Christmas Proiects 2, 4. E Q o , iw 4 J je ' 8 A' "al, .. l LJ. ' . a I SUSAN ELLEN ONKSEN Sue i 1 , "A Constant friend is a thing ram' ,tr-pi 'tggu ', Student Crier Staff' 2, 3, -1, Basketball 2 3, .1 F" 'Manage' ' " 1'1" -' L 'koL .1 Field Hockey -1, "F", Library Service Club' Band 2 3 J C't's""ss Cnc" 3, 4: A Cappella Clwir 3, -1: Band Maneuxeis -1 Drixe' Eu 'ca er' 3' Cas and Gown Committee 3: Sports Committee Pinion-3 - Pg, QQ'--. mittee, Senior-Soplw -1. MARY ELIZABETH ORTON Mary 'Not malty uobxipt-s f' ire' att.. Glee Club 2, 35 Candy Sale 2, 3, Drixcr Educat-on 3: Clwistivss P'-e 2, 3, 4. A JANE ELIZABETH OWEN Owens-Bowens Marriage "An all around square-shooter." Basketball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 45 Driver Education 4. JUDITH ANN PANZA JUGly Medical Secretary "Full of gentle kindness- Her looks and language are," Advertising Staff, Student Crier 4, Candy Sale 2, 3g Ticket Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Usher, Junior Prom 3, Graduation Usher 3g Usher, Senior-Soph 3, Chairman, Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Usher, Football Dance A, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3. Ov MARILYN ANN PETHERICK Mickey Marriage "She's sparkling and gay, In mos! every way." School Census 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 45 Driver Education. LOUISE E. PEZZONI P91 Nursing "Love conquers all," if Glee Club 2, 3, -1, Red Cross Chairman 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, -1, Refresh ment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Usher, Graduation 3, Usher, Student Council Dance 2, Driver Education 41, Usher, Sc-nior'Sopl1 -1, Usher, Football Dance -15 Usher, Junior Prom 3. fl '11 l fe wp' NANCY JOAN POLOMARENKO Nance Rockette "Charming voice, sparkling eyes, Exciting as an opening night," Co-Editor, Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Glee Club 2, 4, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Decorating Committee, Football Dance 4, Candy Sale 2, Cap and Gown Committee 3, Science Fair 2, 4, Special Grand March, Junior Prom 3, Student Delegate NESPA 4, Repre- sentative, Boston Globe Press Conference 4. BENJAMIN T. POOL Zip ' Research scientist "Krupa should live so long." Tennis 2, 3, 4, "F", Cap and Gown Committee 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. S VALERIE JOY POOLE joy Marriage "A quiet conscience makes one so serene." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Drive 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 4. CATHERINE PORCELLO Cayhy Medical Secretary "As sweet as she is kind." Basketball 2, Field Hockey 2, Student Crier Typist 3: Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Typist for Philomath 4, Driver Education 3, Ushering for Junior Prom 3. ALLEN PRINCE Al Insurance Actuary "Whose words all ears took captive." Student Council 3, 4, Student Council Executive Committee 3, 4, Student Crier Staff 2, 3, Co-Eclitor Philomath, Track 3, 4, "F", Glee Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, All-State Choir 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Committee 2, Decoration Committee, Graduation 3, Candy Sale, Chairman of Publicity 3, 4, American Field Service Exchange Student to Germany, VIRGINIA LOUISE OUINZANI Ginni College "An utterly lost clay is one in which you have not laughed once." Archery 2, Bowling 4, Glee Club 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Publicity Committee, Junior Prom 3. Y' f 3 A ' Right Or wrong I ii ,ph 3 7 . - . Student Crier Stall 3. 4, Sports Editor .13 Clvgv-'as Pic r X' - MARTIN H. QLJITT Marty txt '5- PHILIP A. RAY Pltll xx N II'l1ilC xx S lilo let us Q 'f0x xk c xvs Ticket Committee, Leap Year Dance C' CI-rsh'-as I",-it-gt Dgo' L k mittee 4. ANNTOINETTE KATHERINE RAYMOND Toni Dental Secretary "Tl'tere's no argument to equal a happy smile." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Driver Education 4. LELAND E. RENDELL China Dentist "Here's a man with loads of friends, His sparkling spirit never ends." Student Council 2, 3, 4: Student Council Executive Committee Treasurer 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. "F", Baseball, "F", Football 2, 3, 4, "F", Captain Basket- ball, Junior Class Treasurer, Glee Club 2, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, School Census 2, Patrol Committee, Leap Year Dance 3, Candy Sale, Zone Captain 3, Planning Committee, Junior Prom 3, Patrol Committee, Senior-Soph 4. ADRIENNE LOUISE RESTEGHINNI Rusty Dressmaker "What's in a name?" Glee Club 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 4. ANTHONY E. RESTEGHlNNl Gfnny U. S. Navy "Never a dull moment." Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. S rrrt ty I t or ,il Cl dr, CHARLES JOSEPH RICHARDS Chuck College "And all shall look up to him," Marshal 3, Basketball 2, 3, -1, "F", Baseball 2, 3, 4, "F", Football 2, 3, 4, "F", Junior Nominating Committee, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -1, School Census 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Science Fair 2, A, Ticket Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3, Ticket Committee, Grad- uation 3, Patrol Committee, Football Dance A, Patrol Committee, Junior Prom 4, Class Night -1, BARRY J. RIORDAN Barrel Research Scientist "There is no great genius without a mixture of madness," Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, "F", Ticket Committee, Football Dance 3, Ticket Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Patrol Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas PfOieClS 2. 3, 4: School Census 2. 'Q REGlS L. RODERICK Reg Writer "A mighty maze but not without a plan." Student Crier Staff, Golf 3, 4, Candy Sale 4, Science Fair 2, 3. JANET TERESA ROSSINI Jan Private Secretary "A pleasing personality-long to be remembered," Glee Club 3, Christmas Choir 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Ushering and Refresh- ment Committee, Senior-Soph, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 4, Candy Sale 2, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom, Nominating Com- mittee, Steering Committee 3, Typist for Philomath 4, lfibrary Service Club 4, Treasurer. i GAIL ANN RYAN Gai Nursing "She never thinks but always talks." Student Crier Staff 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Basketball Co-Captain "F", Soft- ball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE T. ST. MARTIN Jackie Nursing "As dainty as a snowflake." Marshal 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Library Service Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Chairman Red Cross 2, Nominating Committee 3, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiect 2, 3, 4, Ushering Committee, Graduation 3, Driver Education 4, Science Fair 2, 4, School Census 2. ,, Janie JOHN C. SHAVV jack Teacher "Worry and I have never met." Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Ticket Committee, Football Dance 35 Band Maneuver Committee 4. VIRGINIA LEE SHEEHAN Ginny Executive Secretary "Very much the lady." Tennis 45 Glee Club 35 Christmas Proiects 3, 4. 1 Q ' J MARTHA 516:21 Cuff- Club I 1, 1, llfhkrllliil 1, Y, I", Soltbrill 25 Archery 2, Clwristnms 'gliplrivll f',i,ifil fl l, fl, I'r15',ir,ifril fl, l1t'k1-lltill 7 rl I l1'lI' 7 'I F ' Iwi Hf'.'.uirf', l mulls! flu 'fill Prqlr-r", Q, 'j .ll V vitl, ',iir-I 'tru-firn fd. fLIlfw'f5.RU STANLEY 'Jr 'l .'.'f'.f,Ii1 IMI: r If- ri-'ll-I . , , 7 C4.,,,rg, ,.-t- , ", 1, liilrrtl frniiriitv..-V l..,,,, Yi-fir lJrll't1j 75 Cltmrnmn, .',r,i5,r ii 1 ,nfl ,i,5,g,l.r-r, lr,ri,riittr-i- I, flnwiriiii, Tirkft Cornimtlvrv, Football . , I I,.5fir, ,V fr., rf vii- Iltii fII,f,f,L fmt iitittm ' I'rf cl it Int rt Mis wrlu fits I..-lf, y v tirlr-it fr,-nn il 1 V i,.iirriif'i'i, I'iiti5rt.sininr-nt Conuviitlc-C, if-ri 1 .i',l 1,5 "H Vn'l'. fl,-'.'. Nirllil ga. T? 'il DOROTHY LOUISE SCANSAROLI Dodie Hairdresser "Earnestly interested in life." Basketball 2, 35 Field Hockey 2, 35 Softball 25 Archery 25 Bowling 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 2, 3. MARY SGOUROU Mary Teacher ol Greek Literature "A fair exchange." Student Council 45 Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath5 Glee Club 45 Christmas Proiects 45 Decorating Committee, Senior-Soph Dance 4. at , 1 I. if EDWARD J. SIGEL Eddie Drafting Engineer "That Mercury were half so quick. Track 3, 4, "Fug Christmas Proiccts 3, 45 Candy Sale 3, 45 Science Fair 3, 4. DONNA JOANNE SILVA Don lo be successful "Well liked by all." Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F"5 Softball 2, 3, 4, "F"5 Glee Club 2, 35 School Census 25 Christmas Projects 3, 4. I CARL ADMINGTON SMITH Smitty Get to work on time "Fate tried to conceal him by naming him Smith." Basketball Manager 2, 3, Clean-up Committee, Junior Prom 2, Christmas Proiect 3, 4, Clean-up Committee, Football Dance 35 Ticket Committee, Senior-Soph 2. WILLIAM JAMES SMITH Jim Accountant "Modesty is the magnet of true friendshipf' Baseball 2, 3, "F", Decorating Committee, Football Dance 35 Properties Committee, Science Fair 3, Patrol Committee, Junior Prom 3, Decorating Commtitee, Senior-Soph 4. Track 3 4 F Cap and Gown Committee 3 Glee Club 2 A A Cappella Choir 4 Driver Education 4 JANICE I. STONEI-IOUSE Jan Airline hostess "Her disposition is as sunny as her hair." I 3' Christmas Proiects 2, 4g Candy Sale 2, 3, Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 4, Driver Education 3. FREDERICK AUGUST STRACK Fred Pilot "He towers over the rest of us." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3. Bo Pro ects 2 3 4 Y 5P'fmY Bacteriologist be-4.-1' . G2 PETER G. SULLIVAN Sully College "King of sports, he-'s quite a man." Student Council 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, "F", Baseball 2, 3, 4, "F", Football 2, 3, -1, Co-Captain 4, "F", Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 4, Chairman Student Council 3, Patrol Committee, Senior-Soph 4. ANTOINETTE CATHERINE TADDEO Toni "Little girls are best." Student Crier Typist 3, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. afsti I' GERALD FRANCIS TELLO Cf.,-fr, "Hr ini, i,Ili1-lririgm ol Ihr' inirtclf St-,flrgnt Citi,-r Qtittl ii, 'iiwiur lAiIl'il'il"f, Studi,-vit Piilslimttiovls -I, Bflslfffllhlll r !,'.,-,mvjigf -1, Qliii flili 'L II, flirizttn-'S lJrr,i1f'LlS 7, fl, il f A S VICTORIA DIANE TESSICINI I y,,g,,, Airlnti- lwrtstvss , "v'w'f' 'Iwi lI1'l rrwllil l tl till Itv'r lt '-Y I 5, . ,. . .., , ,. ,,., Lf .,ll ,tn rltiirli.itlrl.,.ll1 wil, Ili I .l xx 4 . ' ' ' 1 llsItY,f,.ll1tttJl fm-i-ri it-r T .I, l, f,i5,I.-iii il, Ilglif-r, f'.f+ii',u' l"'.llJill F, l. 'Z Marriage Ita irmslvr tlii- vvotlrl MARY MARGARET SULLIVAN SUIIY Teacher "Nothing succeeds like reputation." Student Crier Staff 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 11, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, A, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, School Census 2, Ushering Committee, Graduation 3, Refreshment and Ushering Committee, Senior-Soph 4, District Captain, Candy Sale 4, Ushering Com- mittee, Football Dance 4. NANCY J. SULLIVAN SUI Legal Secretary "Such a whirlpool in her head-of fun, ot' mischief." Marshal 4, Philomath Staff, Tennis 2, Ushering Committee, Graduation 3, Ushering Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chair- man 2. Ni ' DOROTHY RITA TADDEO Dotti Secretary "Dotti is always full of fun She is liked by everyone." Student Crier Typist 4, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. CAMILLO ANTHCNY TASCIONE Cami To own my own business "Laughter holding both his sides," Football 3, -1, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 11, Christmas Proiects 2 3, -1. p,,,,, r l,,,,,i. ,ny llill , im., Cftiiiiiiit-.-if, CJYilTlIJillI'7VI 'l, Usltfr Iootlmll , IM. , 'i t,,i..,1,,,,,,, .-it f ,,,,i,, tt,-i Us ,ill tit ff, i-itil Ittiiiri- l, C,Itri,li1mS tif, Q 1 -1 0 't . , i Q g ' PATRICIA ELIZABETH THOMPSON Pat Dentist "Mistress of herself." Marshal 3, 4, Sports Editor Philomath 4, Basketball 3, "F", Softball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Usher, Junior Prom 3, Steering Committee Junior Prom 3, Ushering Committee, Graduation 3, Ushering Committee, Parents' Night 2, Cheerleader 4. HAZEL CYNTHIA TIEWS Cyndi Further schooling "'A girl who is not afraid to say her say." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiect 2, 3, 4. x. A vu 'Qu ,J N" """?'v RICHARD FRANCIS TOMASETTI Rich College "Speak softly, but carry a big stick." Driver Education 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. 'WK MARIANNE VALERIE TOSTI " W Val Nursing "She would talk-Lord! How she talked." Basketball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Usher, Football Dance 3, Driver Education 3, Science Fair 2, 4. BRUNA VITA TOTA Tot Medical Secretary "Helping hand and friendly heart." Glee Club 2, Science Fair 2, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, A Cappella 2, 4, Christmas Choir 4, Driver Education 3, Decorating Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Picture Committee, Philomath 4. THOMAS R. TOUGAS Tom To further his education "One example is worth a thousand arguments." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Decorating Committee, Graduation 3, Cap and Gown Committee 3. 14" 2: 5.91 I--.I-N' -.l, ,v- ga . Q . :HX '- Z -Prism F' 5 gn' 51.1 - ' ,. , S.:-'nd ,Phd-' A 4 If' . - x , . Lk? .nrtlfdga . DOLORES A. TRINCIA Dee Halrdresse "Good nature is the beauty of the mind. Library Service Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Grand Nia-ch Candy Sale 2, '3, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3: Usher Fost- ball Dance 4, Refreshment Committee. SenioreSoph: Driver EdL:a"en Christmas Proiects 2, 3. -1. BEVERLY ANN TRUDEL gy Nlarriege "Dancing is her favorite ioy, but fa-:rite onli v. Wh one box Glee Club 2, Driver Education 3: Christmas Proiects 2 3, 4. , f 1 JERELYN VEINO Jere Dental Hygienist "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Hospitality Committee 4. CHRISTOPHER VENIER Chris Pharmacist u "The two that olten blend-a good sport and a loyal friend Class Historian 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. iff' Ni U' l ii 1 l JOHN COLIN TUPPER TUP Construction Worke. "A grand sport, full of fun." Basketball 2, "F", Baseball 2, 3, "F", Steering and Nominating Committee 4, Tickets, Junior Prom 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Tickets, Football Dance 3, Census 2, Clean-up Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Chairman, Ticket Committee, Senior-Soph, Patrol Committee, Football Dance A, Chairman, Ticket Committee, Senior Play. REGINA ANN TURIEO Regina Marriage "I am part of all that I have met." Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Driver Education 4. FRANCIS P, VERRA Fran College "Little, but so full ol hustle." Basketball 2, 3, 4, "F", Baseball 2, 3, 4, "F", Christmas Proiect 2, 3, 4, Ticket Committee, Football Dance -1, Ticket Committee, Senior-Soph 4. JUDITH ANN WALKER Judy College "A sunny disposition is the key to happiness." Library Service Club 4, Glee Club 2, Christmas Choir 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, A, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, -4, School Census 2, Candy Sale 2, Decora- ! tions, Senior-Soph -1, Driver Education A, Junior Red Cross Committee 4. l 9, l.llNlDfN J. WALKER 1,. fl, Secretary 'fi ,lint iiiiiif , ',nni'i-, ti 'hiiliiifg iimiiin-"r" Pit ii,.. :i, ly,,i".1, Cl fri- Clirlh 2 f1,1'lrs 'iiit is Choir 4, A C'1lJD0ll-34iC3"'ClY f,!t- 7 1 'tri wil fiiw, r, 2' flir:','ii,i'. l'rfiifi'i', 2, 'J 41 fsllllxxlfk LAURA WALLER Vocal 'lmining 'tr 1 ,t ti. . Y. rtit f,tf.ifit ii-f iw- J 1i,,,,, , , rl i, 5 ri, Cui' f i.ii 2 4, -1, Cliiigtnms Choir 3, 4, A f-'igign i 7 r fl fl, lJr..'f r lil- ftiffivi 15 DANIEL GRANT WEBSTER Dan College "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men." Photography Committee, Philomath, Tennis 2, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Maneuver Committee, Band 4. MARY ANN WEDDLETON Buff Airline Hostess "A pretty girl who's always in a whirl." Student Council 4, Marshal, Second Lieutenant 3, Student Crier Staff 4, Advertising Staff 3, Cheerleader 2, 4, "F", Library Service Club 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Flower Committee, Graduation 2, Usher, Music Festival 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Usher, Graduation 3, Usher, Senior-Soph 4, Cancer Committee 4, Grand March Leader, Junior Prdm 3, Sophomore Princess, Junior Prom. SUSAN COPELAND WELCH S'welch CUIISQQ "Keep cool and you command everybody." Picture Committee Philomath Staff 4, Golf 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, Bcnling 4, Archery 2, Nominating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Ticket Committee Junior Prom 3, Decorating Committee, Student Council Dance 3, Decorating Committee, Senior-Soph 4, Usher, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman -1. RONALD WEST Ron To get on top "Be prepared for what comes next." Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WHEELER BOID College "His is a puzzling smile." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE ELIZABETH WHITNEY . t 'i l-CINE' Medical Secretary "Infinite riches in a little frame." Bowling 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Driver Education 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. I Q Judi fu .T Advertising Staff, Student Crier -1, Cancix 1 Student Council Dance 3: Red Criss Roi X Committee, Graduation 3: Dr' o .met KENNETH J. W ILKINSON Ken HHCIS Q0 full ct xxisatiiwgc 7 5. I Drixcr Educatici 3- Civ s' JUDITH A. WHITTINCTCN S DIANE CAROL WRIGHT Dee "She's never WRONG." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiect 2, Student Crier Typist Typist 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH YETMAN Dutchman "A real Don Yawnf' Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. 'Pr Secretary 3, PhiIomath Mechanic ELLEN WILLIAMS Elly Government worker "Never try to change a woman's mind. Let her have the satisfaction of doing it herself." Basketbail 2, Tennis 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Graduation Committee, Junior Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM FREDERICK WILLIAMS Bill Coliege "One needs reasons for speech, but none for silence." Baseball 3, Cap and Gown Committee, Graduation 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. MARY S. YETTON Mary Sue Secretary "Blessed are the joymakersf' Basketball 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiect 3, 4, Philomath Typist 4. MARIE B. ZAMBESI Marie Marriage "By hook or by crook, Mine's the last name in this book." Christmas Proiects 2, Candy Sale 2. 252, my y i v "'7-'5 ' - Y ,-:f Ifiafrl - fi Y: fi T . .' 4 - ' - ,if f . n QT 'f' - 'iff 1 - 1'-i 5? . gil? I . V 1 5 , ii- 19 t . W si' f 4, Z ii TC ei ' fl A A Ei 'fa fb i 'Eta A -7 - - f x, ' ' I -xi ii E I I S- ? 'PZ' .QU ' Z. x g e w A-:rg 'Iggy ' . U --1WEs12g Y . 1- 1..- A A A , Yi Cnr-'J' . s ,J VLADIMIR and MEPHISTOPHELES M. QUAMQUAM Ygarrowra, Ethiopia PIERRE CHOMONDELEY DEMITASSE Grand Bouche, France This is one classmate of whom we are glad to be rid. He distinguished himself in Soph fit was his third tryl by scaling Mt. Nobscot, elevation 231 feet. Activities: Detention 2, 3, 4, Hair-raising 3, 4, Spit-ball Making, Mirror- shining, Secretary of the Sons of Garibaldi, Outstanding Vendetta Member, Clean-up Committee l, 3, Nominated for poorest Sport of the Year, Christ- mas Proiects 2, 3, 4. These are the famous Quamquam twins who look so much alike that we have printed only one-picture. Vladi and Mephi have so many drapes that neither can tell if he's wearing the other's. They are both famous Cor one ish for their Qhist collections of shrunken heads, eight-balls, and bent thumbtacks. Each hopes to be the sensation of the business world by mastering the Stillson wrench. We bid them adieu . . . certain that neither will come to a good end. Activities: Neck-slicing I, 2, 3, Drape-changing 2, 4, 6, Yodeling 2, 3, 4, Captain and Co-Captain of the Rope-skipping Group 2, 3, Christmas Pro- jects 2, 3, 4. HOWDY C. G. DOODY Doodyville, U.S.A. and Framingham, Mass. Howdy is one of our better known entertainers. The only time that Howdy ever disappointed an audience was when the string to his lower mandible snapped from excessive use, leaving him in an embarrassing situation-he was unable to dissertate! With the avid support of his Fan Club, we are sure that Howdy, together with Bison Bill, will always be the acme of the popularity poll. Activities: Pulling strings 2, 3, 4, Collecting empty seltzer bottles, Piano Dancing 3, Making the crowds smile, Left Eye of the Tiddle-Dee Wink Club, Chewing-Gum Hiding 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. MORTIMER THROCKMORTON VON HINDLESWANSKI West Leftover, Maine This broken-down aristocrat seems lust plain wild to us. Even this picture gives you no idea how ferocious he is. A transfer from Lyman, Mort took some while to adiust to our honor system. The miniature of the Battle of Gettysburg, all tattoed on his 'standouting' left ear, has been pronounced by experts to be a rival of the Mona Lisa. He intends to earn his living by painting 6's on watch dials. We wish him luck . . . the worst. Activities: Nothing that we care to mention. -pi., Z ..q??.g,'..,zJ51 .1 . Study! Sludfl dxsx ' Ng?" 5. Library Service Club "Whore, olw where are my library shelves?" y if ,ONFEP I fT"1 X4 Y s. 1 42' K ll M , 5 JJ' H I 3 , li ,gg2-f F . '4..vA 45- f, ati ' . ,5 gg. rf?-I ll A .ix X fx, -' X I .- ,-0. 1 K - 4 Q .F .3 Ol' lv 1. wvllmrlnlllv- Ilwrg lulufwf lOuvNfj"' JT 3 1- LH f . f' -.' - .. - - Q.. 'A 'Q C? It has been a real happiness for me to have been in Framingham High School this year. r I Think that l could not find a second school like this one in my whole life. Everyone is so friendly to me. I feel as if each one is saying, "Welcome, Mary." Now I am not a stranger, I am a F.H.S. student myself. I scream with the boys and girls at the games, I am happy when our team wins and I am sad when the team loses. I am never going to forget this wonder- ful school with its fine friends and its in- terested teachers. I'll always be wishing for the Flyers to beat Natick. STUDENT EXCHANGE After spending three marvelous months during the summer of I957 in Karlsruhe, Germany, living closely with the German people, enioying the everyday life, and traveling throughout the countryside, I have assimilated much first-hand information about life, customs, and government in the Old World. I am most grateful for this never-to-be-forgotten opportunity of living among the Germans, attending their schools, visiting their courts,'and inspecting their factories, but most of all l enioyed getting to know and appreciate the friendly ways of these people in a country far from home. Paw m i . X ,Zi 9,5 f '2- is L x HIGH SCH 'gr i I I DOL DA YS i H I 1 1- The Warm-Air Club I .- il' 1 ' 'fn'-'A BA! Graphic Arts .-X -- be-lg,,. ,,,, Tour of new school. T.. ' H. E ri-. rf: . .. ' 4 nd ml ...Q-un-Ill Z u Quan! PICK' n.- . -- .i1l"'f "Sp '1 CANDIDS Ml 'FW Our advisor advises Be-bop! A Pt miami Student Council, Carly visitors. - ui M1 J x N, I -- - f-N-an ix " ' -w-..... -6 . r '---.xv ,f x ' J 1 sl If , ' 5 f IQ ' px J 4 ffm L -4 4 'Hx my 5 Sltitii' JI 1 S Q . xl , K C A ' YY t' 4' J' - X' ,"' " J L N .- .- .xl 'Q , 'Nah I is i i i ' ' National Book Week. Rx , vfffi 15 , M S xffff . f c U 'f7,,A L3" A ali E " 1 9 f fi f- G: f 5 ' ' My . , -A A df" I . N.. fr' f- e " e n ' 4 , N ' , . 1 if ,'f?QL-G 'Qmv , 4 Nil nlfl J, - ? N Q- ill' If ' if ": ' ' 1' X 1 F35 4 " 1 NW P' N ' N Shir 4' Q ' A ,vQ M I N"n . ga, " What's 1he interest? How many pounds, please? uni - Q f ' .A X 5 ' 2 A11 And the pile grew!! , -wi' f zz ""!E 1 t 3 ff' .A The Clean-up Squad l . 1 A I , -. e W" A A 4 3 X A qi xilp ., , e Q N Ae. X- ' f BY4, QR X Ars. - --' 0211" M., - S ,-J , 1 X. -' H .'4a ,'. ,Jfv . v . .K 75, .rl Q 29fffx ynfi , ,. 'nJ.A ,x , f""72,f n,m . irq if .'A lf5? 'US H55 HUG .."4 TZ?" Ulif IIB: -.. I, -.., ... N... --,A n. '-5.4 .- -'A sin- sv.. rs-. Candidates for the Phillmsrmonic, X - . . ' , 2 x, I 5 E E Ns 5 ua if Q NE E ICATIDN 2 STUDEN . ' E N kr ' . x AS ,, R.. ..,. -.- 'wa Q Xb ,,, ., s '55 QXOR , ,H H., , L , 5 40 JOMANCL' f ff- Oc . ?oDEl 11 45,7 ?..i r . xf .rw , ., .ff U 1 EDUCATION IS OFPORTUNI J' E T0 gif , 113 5 65' , A D It ya--E l 5 gif! A , g M' w. if ,gi PR DR T :55Q9Q'u T H E R CHRISTMAS x x JECEQS Executive Committee STUDENT ,.l. ' , ,., 4' 'w,ff'7y, if -alwlgjllf . ,Y-X 5: K. r .x gf fl . fn I l l all f ' Mllll? I 1 n The president 1 The members lislen, SENIORS Daniel Asnes Edmund Cadoretle Joel Carey Joanne Fitzgerald Esther Ju Robert Lilley Margaret Mahoney Jr-an Marslmll Eelwnrcl McManus Florence Merlorti Allen Prince lelnncl Rendell Edward Slfrczlcowski Mary Ann Wc.dclletor1 JUNIORS Paul Berte Judith Bodio Richard Casey Ned Daniels Miclmel Dineen Margaret Fantoni Frances Ferullo Diane Hill Richard Lavin Sus-Ellen Mackey Ellen McDevitt Gyuri Nen1ell1 Priscilla Rendell With Edward Sleczkowski, President, and Mr. Bayes, Faculty Advisor, the Student Council had a very successful year. During the summer Ed and his Senior Committee edited the Sophomore Handbook. , Since we were moving, our bookcovers were designed with a floor plan to acquaint us with the new school, prior to our departure from Union Avenue. Next on the agenda was the annual fall Candy Sale, followed by the Football Dance at the close of the season. And then it was Christmas time! Time for our proiects! Because of the generosity of all, we had one of the most successful Christmas Proiects ever held at F.H.S. During the spring the Student Council sponsored the Spring Dance and with our moving had many opportunities to help all make a better adjustment. To the many conventions held at this time, we sent delegates. From these conventions new ideas and solutions to old problems were conveyed to our delegates, who, in turn, shared the same with the student body. And so another profitable year has passed under the Student Council and for us, the students of Framingham High. of M of llllll tml' Mn Q e lf-'Eli A f F fs- - fum t E QE Ii . 2 itjiil 215 ..A.-il-:'f 1 1- tifiiiif lliliweili ifi E lt ft ill' E J--- i ,. '?lil'?f,iliYlffQQQQl F F gggg fs, " , V uuv, -T C... fm lj E ...-..- CHRISTMAS AT F.H xx vm is Q ' xi' in i Lnfliiit so-1 , f.lQv ,f .:1, J f 4 "rw-Q V"!i1 ' lfrw-5 mi :eff wg . G54 f 'r- ig Qi-ff-Q. The Carleys' colored window. ill' E La ,- - -- Wm314,7 7 . W in df 3267 ' V 5 .53 A .',..1 ik? -EF? T4-Ffgfuifi 7 m fm h L ' X V fm, ,,,.,. f--x ':.'!" . 'L J ' U ' s s 5' 5 . '.s Q A 4 'J r .J .. I. 11. Work . . the hall. CHRISTMAS PROJECTS This year proved to be one of the most successful for our annual Christmas Proiects. Mr. Bayes and the chairmen of the various committees were proud to report that 3,267 cans of food were donated to the Salvation Army, while 226 bags of toys and clothing were delivered to the needy people of the town. Many cartons of toys and clothing were sent to the children in the Reformatory nursery, and Save the Children Federation was pleased to receive 36 bags of clothing. CARE was able to send 420 packages overseas as a result of our money donations. The chairmen of committees were listed as follows: CARE ..................,, Mary Ann Weddleton and Frances Ferullo Family Projects .................. Judy Bodio and Joanne Fitzgerald Publicity .....,......,..............,,. Diane Hill and Edward McManus Work and Display ...,,.. F ...... Gyuri Nemethl and Allen Prince Salvation Army ,......,.....,...,,,, , ....,.. Paul Berte and Lee Rendell Reformatory Nursery ,..... Ellen McDevitt and Florence Merloni Save the Children Federation ............,... Edmund Cadorette and Cindy Rendell lr, w-. -qs. .,, fp Q - ,J -. A :f '1 v .ur . g4,. -15,5 - '- ' 1 -, .1 - ' - 31 ""- 1 ,Z 4... -A' 'T A' " A W L x i . X ,v .Vs 'HA vsfs rfb. Y Tn Hels off . g Merry C mlm s ,J PHIL Typists Lorraine Elhilow, Diane Wright, Linda Walker, Alice Ferri and Florence Merloni. f Editors Allen Prince and Joanne Fitzgerald with Miss O'Neil. Copy Editors Edith Champagne and Joel Carey. Biography and Verso Staff Marilyn Mann, Mary MacAIlistcr, Co-Eclitorsp and Jacquclino St, Martin, Nancy Polontarvnko, C0- Eclitorsg .incl Miko Firmin, Alvin Mariner, Jean Mar- shall, Bc-tty Montccalvo, Barry Riordan, Eileen Coch- mno, Joltn Fiske, Mary Sgourou, Tom Feindol, and Dan Webster. VIA TH Picture Staff Barbara Daltorio, Susan Welch, Editor Brenda Basley, Bruna Tofa, and Nancy Jennison. Art Staff Bonnie Crommelin, Dave Bumbeck, Karen Jewett, Ed Cadorette, Editor and Susan Bagnall. 'Y ,SQ--I . , l?:,-Q g.G'2"2'!ifw f '43 19' "fQ.1i,jfr l , -1 .',:.'r'f'A.- TV , 1 :5 -r t fi -.,.. .,l.,'.,lu 'V I A .., ,v -- , '. . .X E . ' 4 ,A 1" rg' X Photography Staff John Fiske and Dan Webster Sports Staff Sue Onksen, Mr. Whelan, Paul Cano, Ray McCann, Pat Thompson and Corky Allen, Co-Editors and Judy Nicolai. f. 9 ' A 'w 'H 1 . ,lf ,. ll? ,... I Xf' n .--Q an-531 Www W QW Qifffyq My ,fp 2 A X W N J KR X QQ 'V 1 J 'MQW f .1 122391, SL 'D 9 f MJ y X: I K, Q2 N- N- U' ,U Nikita dh 53 F Q ' 5 S M, nf 1 , 'Lvl' f lj' l Qs! :i -. W O ,gf 3 JM , 1 - fb 5 YY? Q d f! 1- --If R aff - , ., Q Lig--'N q U X atb jumor Mvmlncrs KJ CP lp! Z3 9 7 STUDENT CRIER The new Student Crier staff has initiated some ideas which have contrib- uted variety to this publica- tion. lt is the responsibility of the editors to see that ' deadlines are rnet, and that all school activities are cov- ered by their assistants. The staff wishes to ex- press its appreciation to Miss Goldsmith for her assistance and valuable advice. Three vu., X u 49 J' Z' QUT-HF Q Jr- rnuscj , ., A, .,,,, V -.a:.:..,..'-.. r V f - 1' t ' 1 L" as -fa J' I . ,,-X. fn 1 .Q l, 'l- '75 If-:N f ' EQ.. at ' cunisrwms fwvrgdn S, , ,N X -:Q- ...W W.. I I if I' 1' ! Y I 7 if 5. ix I it N J '- cheers for the STUDENT CRIER! 4 v X 1.1. Staff Editors. A 1 e 4- -a ak, 5 F 7 Sigu e f-- - X 1" T " - QS!" S 3y 47,1 ig IQ-, Af Q Q Q-'K S X x Q x Q, Zq Zg,?? f, ,ca 2 X ognmmcrjg' X 'rf-,',-,ff-?-'t"' -.vi , i ' -3j:igg1',,F,1'f'2?ix'fCwTiiiiie. Mx L X ii W 1 ' Q4 Z r 5 a T 5 4, 'nn 0 ' ,f I 54 if 'X J xt i i'p" I P .-.. .H 44 I T Q,qV'1qsR l A Nl lc G ld -mtv and Qslawv its Danie sn 'ICOS ii- X. X 1 g , 1 - , . . , . XX X I, . . aQ- ' . K 7 ' J ' f f - :Ed 54:1 ff! Zi f' -2' 'P ' 7 Q f I J if I ,N i""j r, I 1 SEQ 6: I :fill " , I N ,I I '- L 5 f - XX 5, 'Q J, J- f -Q 4 , --fw N y 5 5 Q 'f , V M g U V 24 5 ,Q xesixxsf X K ,hx lf' t X m , x , N '1- 5 ff i7T If ' M J P ff?'e'f I 1 aggf if x ' 61 if EW f 3 JY I. ,f 1 E .Q 5X QQ 5 S Rurh Neal, Que-em Roberta Roberti, Margaret Fantoni. 52 JUNIOR PROM - ,,..v A W I , ,"N1' Vg? w ,Q '4 5, I- 3 if v X , M x x R 4 Xian' .QQ .N M 1 ' ' ' ay M H Q , . 'H Q H3 .. , '. N-M' "X f -'C I1 Jean Travaglini Jerry Moore Ellen McDeviTT Lee Rendell Diane MacDonald Ed MCMGWS Diane Hill Rocky Faber Nancy Polomarenko Ed Cadorette ,uf no NS X . s--j ,Y N ffl, 7.x vQ ,A -ln.. LR: l T l ml, 7 A I NYC and tl B l Tc AHC "'Chg OUR Our TirsT dance of The season was The Senior-Soph, an annual social, planned To serve as a welcome To The sophomores of F.l-l.S. To add To The enioymenT of The evening, various commiTTees worked long and hard To prepare suiTable decoraTions and reTreshmenTs Tor Those in aTTendance. To climax a grinding TooTball season, The FooTball Dance vvas held To honor The coaches and men of The Flying '57 Team. Q ... L' .3 'ff 1 ,T J 'D 1 rfhl-A 'x W , Y Dal l o 095 lil ,FIN in 'lf , 'iii Ushc-relics l I l i I I I ,fn l A 4 DANCES The music was provided by NaT VValsh's band, while enTerTainmenT was furnished by The boys' quarTeT-Billy Collins, George Daboul, Eddie HildebrandT, and Ernie Mes- pelli. The NlaioreTTes did well in conTribuTing several musical rendiTions, buT mosT of all, did The audience enjoy The harmony of The TooTball coaches. x 0069 Q . x ,Y- ,If it , 1 q QT E CX ol' hrs Congr FX atula 'T I5 H 'The Fabulous FAQ." Mr. Murray directs the A Cappella Choir. MUSIC B0y5' Cl.-v Club drltl fvlf, Milf The Band and the Maiorettes ES Tl VAL 2 Y 5'-as fig The Girls' Glee Club and Miss Conway. ..-f",-4 ,Z-""' -Q ,.:uv'!f..4 Robert Ebin, Chemistry. WTA' I-'I Daniel Asnes, Biology 'Ilia Q U ll SCIENCE 5-for id 0'-Q ow' HOME .J .-.3 4 ' , w N- v """-V - 4 ati. x gwqllll TEQ3 2 amxaaomz 1 .,,-' Q L l'l!I'.LF!J Punmrlwlom PLANT MANS it Edmund Cadorenel Chemistry. Charles Allen, Thomas Barnicle, Sreplwen Agosfinelli, Physics SK! 3' C+- GAB 1 Q FAIR Y Ib I ILH' -I. .Q X , x. K, ,4 1 x ,' N' 1 SPO r 5 i CA PT ,A " 'l I ,,., ' gf--5 -- ,nf-x N -. N 120- xx 'J f4,Q4?x5 N. , ' +.lf'D,N rxzf , xx AX """'X--1:--.. ,,g1r". x K7 ':, S, H4-I'-- - X ff ,fffx -ff X--F -' A f' ., ' -5 1 -'r--., ,.. y XX TX !i!N' J, K .Vx fx- :nn '. hm ff f' fx- .L 2 ffm?-. 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' lf- ' K W - -"F sv-..-. 4 'L v - 4 ' 5 I ' .4 . f PETE 'HUWX - F yer I I f I I Steve Sprints through. Xrk fed I if '- -,': Au' , - v xuwwn. '...e .ga - BOB Won 5 Lo A Walpoi Marlboro Norwood Dedham Needham Wellesley Brdmtree Natnck st we I X 5 7 e 6 Flyfgrz O ' 7 Flyers 12 15 Flygrz A4 ' O F!yr:r', 27 Milton T3 Flyers I9 ' ' O Flyf.-ri 7 3 20 Flwflgfb T4 " 13 H CV, 7 -1 4 .1 4, , x ,A yL'.",.".r ,.a wi.. "l'm gettin' out of here." t N "Out of my way." The Lineg f c 1 1 O - I I "Sul . H -- P I I Bob plows ahead. Rounding the corner Film wg.. 1 Lee breaks open. J , ,NME, xv Y , - Q xs, in K Q ' ssswxtvx .,.5 X F? ' A .E DKK . .rbxf 4 TDS RendeH DDD 5 Lmey 5 Langwy D 3 Drake 2 Sumvan 1 Dawson 1 Medom D 1 Dineen D 1 XNaWer I PATS 11 l . .N .1 c' x X .. lX , .X ' X J, '.' nr I H 'Z-,-31' li. BBW A i BAND We at F.H.S. are fortunate in having one of the finest bands in the state because of the efforts of an excellent director, 'Nlr. Murray. In addition to their fine music, we all agree that the new uniforms added dis- tinction to this well-known group. MAJCRETTES Q - '58 sporls year at F.H.S. were our spirifed rnaiorerres. Included in The group of Tal- ented performers under The able leadership of Jane Owen were Charlene Valera, Jean Travaglini, BeTTy NlcKeown, Valerie Tosri, Sandra Cantalupo, Patricia Morefli, Sheila Morini, and Barbara Sanlini. Head Band Maiorerle during The school year was Patricia Lavallee. Jane Owen Head Majoretfe c l I v w S 1 1 Q . 1 Or' , l -I 392, lv, ' .f'I?7'? 'I1T2lSlIT1"U'XTT?TTl'1a1'. I L1-.g,1: :.::g4:l::!:::z3:::::1:,:-::,:41 4 , .,,. V , YQ L . W - af 1" k,'fg,xf.u ,E WH ,s K' X, QN13 -AVA 9434 Wax' V76 F jx 'Q li ,f an-1:9 ' ' T Q L l VY, T lj T 'TU' " 'Q - ' i S- X X 4 lo 'i - l 1 , v s vans-.Qiyn-nun' 1 , X? I , Y ,Q 4 f 604' 4 l a 1' l X4 ic in G XX' Xl ,l ly! l l ' . h ,A gf . TH -. Y lNGl,4f I' - 4 , 4 S T V i : L .If . 1 - H .',ii' TN' 'I e-, -5 Q, ' V: L. RENDELL T. V ' Q ' , 1 ' u The '57-'58 Flyer Basketball Team enioyed one of its greatest seasons under the brilliant X coaching of Bill Summers. The fine record of L T5 wins and l defeat gave the Flyers their ' second Bay State title in three years and their J fourth consecutive Tech Tourney berth. Much Q of the team's success may be attributed to the players' tremendous hustle, team-play, and their desire to win. J . :Gif ' AV, ig ,r s ,. i" 'l 5:7 -. 1 S 1 o aptain P. Sullivan, Mr. Summers, and L. Rendell, Co-Captain, Basket! l-5 n K. W, . 77777 7- 7--- -----'w , 7, .-W-.7..n .. ---- f s -'r 7-l .4-'LS 777 . .W ,., - i 7 ,, A .V I, I! iw' Q H sv Vw V dup W-W-W -W?F::Tm 'll k-11 4, 7 ,. ff ' ' 7 , W7 ' ,7 . A .7-.7 ' V H . I V . xx. A ' , 2 . -,ap 7- . b ' 1 ' 1-'7 i Ha y V QQ ff X-Q7 L 7 V 'la X152 v ff X I X 1, . 'V V X I' N Q ,I - . ' ia. 4, fi, ' Q ws g -4 'M k77,,7' L ' ' ' K" .f ja . , 1 2' 1 " x 'x 1 , 1, 1 Q31 ? VMgB"0 v' 5 xx ' 1 S8 R ' . , ,i f - + ! ' I i S 7 I 7 ' A -sq 'Y if ' is . .9 ' xt ' f '59 0 t ' Q ' 2 R N - 1- ' Q V, h P. SULLIVAN F. VERRA . MCCANN BFS Tap-off. It's up! 7 1 X Q , . f N ' P Y -N 1 1 J , The 'Spark-Plug' Type. I Basket' Hon? ,g ' 40 - . ' '? N5 Hit that line for Framingham High Hit that line for Framingham High We are on our way, And we'll win rodayg We can break that line if we try. I i r I nzbcz' Carry on for Framingham High On and on for Framingham High We are crashing through, And we'll get there toog Hit that line for Framingham High "Hit That Line for Framingham High" CHEERLEADERS lam PIII 3 Gill in Much of The spirit of F.l-l.S. is due To our fabu- lous cheerleaders under their captain Vicki Tes- sicini. Other members of The squad are Florence Merloni, Eileen Cochrane, Pat Thompson, Mary Ann Weddleion, Ellen McDeviTT, Pamela Hen- drick, Margie Donovan, Diane Vitale, and Bonnie Murphy. Perhaps their most remembered fear of The '57-'58 season was The unusual Pre-Thanksgiving Day Rally with one Turkey in performance. Set! Pop! H CROSS COUNTRY .T A Q X The newly formed Cross-Country Team at F.H.S. l ll l' had a large and successful Turn-out for Coach Try- , . con. Relying on The strong legs of Captain Jerry 'fi A Moore and of runner Gyuri Nimeth, The Team com- y 3 piled a first year record of 2 wins and 6 losses for The Two and one half mile course. U L' :ull .4 3 CAPTAIN MOORE GYURI .pp-.-so-Spd .' R'.i.3 if JERRY COACH TRYCCN -1-r ffl hx. 4'N. 1' if lt vi' Q' , f v at A 'Y li? -iv ,B Ax -fe T '-Sh l 'E r - Susan Betsy FIELD The season promised To be favorable wiTh a 2-2 opening game with Need- ham, Although Framingham led aT The half Q-O, Needham scored Twice in The fugcrid and Thus Tied The score. Other gmhee were played with Wellesley, lZriiii'ilr'ee, Walpole, and Dedham. The ki ,Qi HOCKEY NaTiclc-Framingham game was cari- celled. DespiTe The facT ThaT This year's Field Hockey Team was noT a winning Team in The sense of points made, The players had a winning spirit which really counTs more in The long run. T7 if The ieams wnh Mzss Moberg and Mlss Quinn. 0-qi E GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Free ball? an fngm .6i"' 'A l1's mine, Bagkcf' l SCORES . Flyers Wellesley Flyers Walpole , N - Flyers Waltham l Flyers B, C. High Flyers Norwood Flyers Needham Flyers Watertown ,, Flyers Wellesley lx Flyers Walpole , Flyers, ,,,,, Waltham , Flyers B. C. High ,V Flyers Norwood Flyers Needham , J MERLONl R. BRANDOLI Nice try. tvs close! 1957 HOCKEY 1958 Headed by Coach Ed Loring and Co-Captains Ron Brandolini and Jackie Me-rloni, the Flyers' Hockey Team was able to maintain a high position in the Bay State Hockey League, even though hindered by iniuries. With the backing of several loyal rooters, the hard fighting pucksters were able to compile a winning season including an important upset win over Boston College High. f NWT AMINQPN' f i rg , Tr'INfi+':'.' 3? ,mmf F T - Muwg , M f-,, . - Wit avg-X 4 uiN".'A WLM 59' S HAH' X, I .MI I LAW 1 5, E. HILDEBRANDT A. HITCHCOCK C. ALLEN Face-off. Y .. 4 ' x ,...-.. , x , 4 L., ,4,- Q H Net baffle. X ,E Q Alfie saves. Pile-up. Score made. Best Looking .":, , 'z I ' l' ' Most Athletic Most lntellectual Q rf L4 W ff, r. 5 P M 0 -- bl' H 5 -f. l l K :X f E ' X , 7 If 1 6 ll DANNY ASNES i L5 J ESTHER JU Q PETE SULLIVAN 'Q DGNNA SILVA S RAY MXCCANN Most Musical BUFF WEDDLETON Class Clown u lf 5 Most Versatile - li 67 '5 Q5 if HE 'IU 5 ' 'JJ .5 ,,. X rd Q .nv X Cwmic f:2-lf:'lBEVsJQ! U A qu balm ,fwmfcbo LILLEY ,lllbll 4 pfgq THQNWSQN 'AAFQY MAC ALLISTER Most Loquacious Most Fun to Have ' 4' Around t -+5 f - 5. Most Basl1ful97 , y I 0 0 1 -: Q' . Q ll VQ A a J a X S A QW an l 5 W X I C K XS A RUN HQ!-VXILJKYJLINI Y NIANCY eUn1lvfcN ll I WXIJXNVJ L, ,, ,, L' ..: . A , 1L.,...'f- Elwhflflpln SUPE Class Geniuses Cufesf Couple Friendliesf ji' A . 9 U '1 s ' :mem I It A ' ' 'yi' ,-0' ,VA j r l I ? gi K If'-' T v A I 1 Gr-'F I V P il-jf'-I V -I 9- Q 5 DANNY AMES BILLY CQLLINB N I ELIZABETH CARLEY VICK' TE55'C'N' V EBMIINB CADORETTE IUBIIB LITTLE Most Sincere Most Likely fo Succeed M051 popular Y .f:.-ff? Q Q ,, ., "I i V! B jj - SQ 5 5 fur' P 1 l 65 . , I DANNY ABNES BOB LILLEY ED BLECZINCNIISIQI NANCY JENNISON JOANNE EITZGEIQALIJ BUFF YIIEBBLETQN Best Dancers Class HMS Best Dressed A Yee 9 I V J Q Y I 'X W ' ' I 8 W 4 BILLY ANNESI C 8 A ELLIE CAIQADONA BW COLUNQ 11 VE 5 3 1 n w 1 .kg 1 E . i ' "xv -' . '3'v':.1 ' -' 7 hrV,.,'. Lvfm-'iv J I i I ! V ... N , 'Vinum Um 6 ? -ala' " ,wx 1 ,J " ' fnfi 4 .QB ag, ' a --L., Y x '--'3'f.".'- , , ?:'..1...L. 11 'Klx I' 5, .- A .x V D I "' r 4 -.1 - A , 1 ' . . '.. - . I X ' I I 'fu' ' K I-'xi x , . . I . 1 ' uf ' Q. I ":'. .. - X . K 0 -,fx X . ,I ,-'.- . ity, lwscgx, X u . . x ' , .. . w , 1 mfg... fu 1 1 - N I nxt X ' K 1 Q Senior Force with Mr. Galvani. 32: f IUMV1' frJwmn1!'-l- C7 , A .Fai Iii QQ1 Junior Marshals. SHAL FORCE P -4 lb' 9 4 wx What happened To the Marshals? 2.-" , .-fl fr Y. ij fr aft Order in the senior corridor. The Iine-up. 3 w 2 , 1,1 C3 mxcnsns noon A DAY IN QQ" 'u Are you listening? The last mile! i - x , Ir ' NOW, where? On the march. gi --, ,,v, k , if-" V 1 I, ' ' ', 13 . 'll 'I .: A. ' i I5 i1 salff' And the band played onl l I. l.- 5 0 . 1' i Have a drink Q Driver ed Signs Seniors order freshmen about. , F. H. S. It was to our great ioy that me were numbered among those who entered the new high school on :ebruary 20. The tour ot the building gave us an inside look at many of the latest features in school buildings, and on its con, clusion, we were suite that our school is the finest in the country. Vocarnonal School Offucers. Q rl '4-dh, VOC Cmrpuwl ' I 0 wha! 1-ls: H ,,,,....--f- 'f' " "'!"l X m A--if if, w Not Too much power there. vv'r""' ,.....-- I ff. T nw' 1 -..- ,fr . ,."'f ,,, 2' k fs, " "F:f,,, . Y- .. " .V .- L nr. " ,l' 'WT Machilws are esssvrwal lv Mus school. V ,.,- 1 W , K xfff ff-fs ,,n'5f ,. L-1 'N FW v f "VV, . ' - 54 VIN!-""'Vu,v,wq'x.N Q: ' W .N Q 1 r . , " - X-X N4 3 ,V 1 A 5 Q f F, 1 f , 1' I NW2 W - 44415 -1 , .D 1 Gym isn'1 ihis easy! G A 'Q 9 ro 0 n U n fx n 0 0 if n L ' " "' 3 QE, my 5 , q Ax I 2" 4 I A Y I A X u.n n1fqwM M Y V-'R 'vqyg .4 ..-F' .. N J IA - .g ' 1- .xi , "' "'-.. ' ' 5, ... N Af ' nl, Come on, girisl Under nine seconds ,?lT'e4iE94i1 '11, Arch that baI'! -' 'ff-9' .A ff 1 fn 411 , af' fu ,.. 1 "' N' N X ' I: t g iQ. ia" u X 5. ' l'.,x YY -" Q- iii ..-.....-- ' H B Off do you lukf? IT7 We design anything. 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Tomorrow is a reality The world is yours-fo do wifh as you please, when and if you please. Even fhough college or fhe armed forces are nexf on your schedule, fhey are buf sfep- ping sfones before your life's worlc begins. ln fhe Dennison offices, facfories and warehouses you will find many fine posifions and fhe opporfunify fo progress in your chosen field. Our Employmenf Office will be glad fo oufline fhe requiremenfs and rewards -of worlcing wifh friendly neighbors in a progressive afmosphere. DENNISON FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK Savings Accounls Quarierly Dividends 59 HOWARD STREET NATOLI BROTHERS FARM MARKET Fresh Fruifs and Vegeiables Picked Daily OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS Worcesier Turnpike FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Honesi' Qualily BuiI'r Our Business TWIN MAPLE FARM Complimenfs of MARY KRASNOGER Complimenfs of WHITE HARDWARE REALTOR Real Es+a'Ie 44 Evergreen SI' Frammgham 36 Hollis S+ree+ Framingham Phone TR 2-3556 PAUL B. LEBARON D.M.D. Hemenway Building FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Tel. TR 5-5I04 CompIimen+s of LEWIS FURNITURE COMPANY Furnifure Sfore for Over 50 Years IRVING SQUARE Txffxfx ' T 'fIf" , I- 1 . I'f1 ' . -' ' :Z I , 3 3522, 9 III 'lf' -:p . :ILA I ,F Ei 'rf' I A451555 I I 'ia 3: ix" ' If If .H gqLIj,- LI ggi' ' I 1' '- , ' 'ff In ' FARMERS AND MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK PARK AND FRANKLIN STREETS FRAMINGHAM, MASS. ik' There Is No Subs+i+u+e 'For a Savings Accounf in a Mufual Savings Bank" WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU. MAY WE HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY? CompIimen+s of BOND DRUG STORE Framingham, Mass. Roberf K. Wadswor+h Tel. TR 3-854I WADSWORTH SERVICE Esfablished I 892 FUNERAL HOME I08 LINCOLN STREET ICorner of Beechj FRAMINGHAM Ask +he Families We Have Served FITTS INSURANCE AGENCY -1-A FITTS W IISURANCI Acncv Y -Q 2 U i E iii . ' 'Tj -rm I - 2 L- 2"1-'r-':': . 2:55:22-.-5-.-.1 I, Real Es+a+e and Insurance 40 Union Avenue FRAMINGHAM Telephone TR 2-I 227 SCHALTENBRAND PHARMACY DANIEL I. CONNOLLY. Prop. Drugs, Prescripfions, Sundries We Make Our Own Ice Cream I 633 Concord Sfreei Saxonville Telephone TR 3-7309 AVERY MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERINC-5 CO. 74 FranIcIin S+. Framingham ' SpeciaIis'rs in Manufac+uring and Remaining MaI'+resses, Pillows, Box Springs Furnifure Upholsiering TEL. TRini+y 5-4576 . . . Congra+ula+ions and Bes+ Wishes '57 Wha+ever Your Ambi+ions and Goals in Life May They All Be Realized and May Good Healfh and Good For+une Be Wi+h You Always FRAMINGHAM TRUST COMPANY "Your Neighborhood Bank" -You Can See for Yourself- Reporfs of All Your Ac+ivi+ies Are in THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS KERWIN'S SHOE STORES FRAMINGHAM AND NATICK Siride Ri'Ie Shoes For Children PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY Devo'red Exclusively 'ro Your Healih HEARING AIDS AND BATTERIES DIETETICS, TRUSSES AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES 42 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. Phone TR 3-744I Complimenis of WOODS LUMBER CO., INC. 354 W I S+ HASTINGS aVe'Y ' Villa e S+. , FRAMINGHAM MESIS MASS- MASS. CENTRE ANTHONY HAIR swusr BARBER SHOP ANTHONY R. DE ANGELIS ANGELO BELMONTE 937 Worcesier Road Pinefield Shopping Cenlre HOURS 9-6 Daily---9-9 Thursday, Friday Specializing-Permanen+s Hair Coloring, Lamp CuH'ing Tel. TR. 2-5242 1 l: C0mP'imen+S MISS MACKEY'S BALBOW5 SCHOOL OF DANCING TERMINAL DRUG, INC. Sifudioz Tei- Ffamingham 7854 290 Union Ave., Framingham DANIEL V. BALBONI, PH.G. Tel. -I-R 3-7956 I Harfford Sf. Cor. Concord Framingham, Mass. CARPENTER'S Clo'rhing and Furnishings for Men and Boys I03 Concord S+. Framingham TELEPHONE TR 5-4252 Meef Your Friends a+ WO0LWORTH'S 5'UNEY H' CUSHWG TR 3-3500 Telephone TR 2-3500 CLYDE E. CRISTMAN TOMMYS TAXI INC CUSHING AND CRISTMAN Compleie Insurance Service Courfeous Service Cars Equipped Wi+h 24 Union Avenue Moforola Two-Way Radio Ffdminghdm, MdSSdChUSeiiS Cor. Waverly and Concord Telephone TR 5-48l0 FRAMINGHAM. MASS, THE LELAND GRAY ' STUDIO l958 Closs Photographer Special School Rafes All Sizes 224 Union Avenue FRAMINGHAM, MASS. TR 5-500l Tape Recorders Proiedors Cameras if? T I BURKE BATTERY SERVICE 802 Worcesfer Road FRAMINGHAM CENTER, MASS. -Specialized Repairs- "Happy Hours for Sale" JOE BROWN'S Sporfs Goods-Hobbies LIONEL TRAIN REPAIR STATION 7 Kendall S+. FRAMINGHAM TR 2-I380 . . . Good Luck, Seniors GARINCTS For The Bes+ in Food and Pizza HOME APPLIANCE STORE -WSH 'flie- Music ,., Records UNION HOUSE, INC. Hi-Fi-Radio-TV TEL. TR. 5-5969 672 Waverly Slree+ FRAMING-I-IAM, MASS. Tel. TR 3-8200 TR 3-7I62 l Complimenfs of l i Your Auihorized F Fruifs, Vegefables, Meafs 207 Hollis S+ree+ FRAMINGHAM BUTLER MOTOR CORP. TELEPHONE TR 2-4355-4356 FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Complimenfs of THE B. 81 W. LINES Framingham, Mass. MOTOR COACH SERVICE . . . Besi' of Luclr KATZ PHARMACY. INC. Prescripiion Specialis'I's TR. 2-2l02 765 Concord S+. PAUL'S BODY SHOP, INC l559 Concord S+. Saxonville TRini+y 2-2530 omplefe aufo body and fender repairi + he li refinishing, welding, pain ing: w el a en+ and balancing. Road Service. Jenny ga line and oil. Complimenls of ROXBURY CARPET COMPANY Complimenls of FRAMINGHAM CLEANERS ord Dealer of 42 Years SUNSHINE DAIRY For Good HeaI'rI'1 DRINK SUNSHINE MILK For Enioymeni' in Eafing SUNSHINE ICE CREAM THE PEERLESS PRESS DR. ARTHUR W. EWING -Pfin+1ng- oen+aS+ 74 HOLLIS STREET II6 Concord S+ree+ FRAMINGHAM Framingham, Mass. KYNOCH SPORTING GOODS I O4 Howard S+ree+ THE NEW YORK STORE "Dis+inc+ive Wear for Women' Framingham. Mass- nov CONCORD STREET TEL. TR 5-534I FRAMINGHAM, MASS. BATES STATIONERY CO. IRVING SQUARE . Headquar'rers for School Supplies ARCADE DRUG COMPANY FRANK FAIR, REG.PH. I49 Concord Sfreel' FREE DELIVERY Framingham, Mass. Telephone TR 3-3654 Complimenls of FRAMINGHAM LUMBER CO. Dial TR 2-436I Complimenfs of TROWBRIDGE INSURANCE AGENCY 27 Hollis Sfreel TELEPHONE TR 3-823l KENNETH E. LeBARON D.D.S. Hemenway Building FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Tel. TR 2-3598 . . . The Finesf in Dresses . . . The Besi in Sporfswear . GORDON MFG. CO. FRAMINGHAM CENTER DAIRY QUEEN 5l8 UNION AVENUE "The Cone Wi'rh 'rhe Curl on Top" k X if l I l l v A T i I 1 1 l L. DEMARINI CO. Candy, Fruii' ang FRAMINGHAM MOTORS COMPANY DESOTO PLYMOUTH Vegeiables 535 Union Avenue I58 Union Avenue Framingham- Mass' TEL. TR 3-8I60 PAUL GERRISH. Manager Tel. TR 3-8338 Complimenfs of SAXONVILLE COAL COMPANY ELM DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. 62 HoIIis S'rree+ FRAMINGHAM, MASS. JOSEPH H. STRACHMAN, Mgr. Tel. TR 2-339I CompIimen+s of HARRY and MORRIS CAREY M 81 H IRON AND METAL CO. FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Congrafulafions +o Gradua+ing Class DR. LEON I. LESHAY D.M.D. Au'rI1orizecI Dealer You Can'I' OO Wrong a+ WrigI1'r's WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY f SILVERWARE or Complefe Wa+cI1 and Jewelry Repairing PONTIAC AND CADILLAC ,,6 Comd S. G. M. FRAMINOHAM, MAss. Dealer for 30 Years Tei' TR 5479' E,CLAl'-?K ago - N mcs new 99, QAMINGHAMJAA OUR 86TH YEAR Room 5, Smi+h Building Framingham, Mass. V TELEPHONE TR 5-5353 ' ilile Geefifarms Good L Pleasanf S+., Framingham Cenler, Mass. uck I I The famous "Coun+ry Garden Sfore and Nur- N sery" where lower operaiing cosfs are reflecfed in lower prices. I Hardy Evergreens O Peren- Bes+ Food in TOWN nials O PoH'ed Planls O Roses O Shrubs O Trees O Seeds O Bulbs O Tools O Gifis TR. 24800 O Garden Supplies. Convenienlly locafed on Roule 30 in Beaufiful Framingham Cenler Complimenls of L. G. Balfour Co. Taylor Yearbooks ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS Class Rings-I958-Senior Yearbook Framingham High ROY LITHOGRAPH C0. A Comple+e Pho+o-Lifhographic Service :sz HOWARD STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASS. TRani+y 2-06l2 ,'btf:::IS TRini+Y 2-mi Iaffsfrlid OUR BEST WISHES . to the CLASS OF 1958 From FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK I833 I958 I25 YEARS OF SERVICE .,f ?N AAAA A at 'ilA2:iLZ ,iii gglfx X , E f ' ' gig Q Nt ,A " -',f" 1' -:S jlffd' l 1 , gi ,:iP'f , A ,fy uw 7' A I Gigli , -'ffl 55X xx "EEZ" - l I .1 , I F A l - ,ffl if f XXX qijjllgl ,J llssf ,Lfltil I rf i, f4 illill li 2 X l'l-l Will ,.'11"'f ll :ii li i Hhs l s,l,11f1 ll iwlgwllfl ll 6 l l l tri 1 fl 4:12-gd I 1 +22 lfffl 6 ll 4115 l y fi,' i ff 4 ll J' l 5 4 l 1 SHOPPING 1 ami i.'-ff ijygi il 'qui ,ljf v. 1 lf W" fx' l , 5 Q l TJOB l . ..-,g----l l CHECK WHAT YOU WANT: Good sfrzrfing salary irifh 1'f'yulrn' rrzisvs IIIITISKIIU zrorlf zrifh oth: fjirls und yfoung nzvn I"1'1'sf1'g1' of fl rr-xpozlsihlf' jolt af-ith fl 1l'1'll-lf1m1:'11 and 1'e'sp1'r'ff'1I vonzjmny If your list shows three checks, then you should chock into what the Telephone Fompany has to offs-r you. Smart girls are cloing it now, ht-forv tht-y graduate from high school. Vomv in and S00 our vmployrnt-nt intt-rvivwvr soon. You'll enjoy talking with hvr. Act now, and you can say with pride, "l'm all sutf l'm going to work with tho 'l'm-lf-phone Company!" Sc-4: the Guidance Counselor at your school, and talk hrst with her about when anal whore to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 I El To The following people We are Truly undebTed Tor The Tlrne and eTTorT ThaT each ConTr1buTed To Thus PHILOMATI-I: Mr. Lundberg Mr. Ross Miss O'NeiI Miss Samuels Mr. Whelan Mrs. Mc Connon and Mr. Glevv W 1 I w I w . H, l.v7b.... A.. . " 5 I O ' 4 v Yxfulla ' x Tr,','4, Q' . -l O 2: ','., wil ' y . A.: .Q .j r O 1 1 o s U v Lf M. .g. .VF fo ,I s 1' -u " sf- .Ja 1 .. 6.5: 'OV' 4 a,- 1 . f r ' ' u .wp A.. - 'sig f' 0 '. if ' -i 4 .:' f VN .,, l',,..,- 1 4 o X 0 Nunn! 'O 0 Of ll 0 n n new F Q fn- ' ' , 6 1 In 0 . W "6',e-u If 0 ,.-nj, 'I QL ' . V nf' 1:7 F--, .. -yu my 1' '+I I?


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