Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1961

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WHITE S Director of Guidance . Y--,---- , ' "fv.'- ' ""W'.'.1 4... 'iffy ' , ,x wi . WIA , V' if PETER C. MCCONARTY Assistant Principal FRATIO ' v at 2' a K V, I , l ' EDWARD J. MORAN Assistant Principal Fixujx RALPH J. MARTIN Principal PRI CIPAL S MESSAGE ..- -"' x4 ...- .,-4 "' .v"" .7 . ' "'-Iv: .,,.--f- K" . ..- ,..f. 1 ,,,.....ob- ' ,,.,-...--""" ,5,,, . . -.- - , ,,,,!.,, . N . 1? u, nf- 4 , Ugg,-.-a--4-4 a... X 'vdusovosf-of... .t,,,,. D , -nav I ,,-W Ollnnq dh--ui 'A l "1tnu4 'it' 'ilu-ll ag.-aff . ,, 'i . I :xx -I 1,1-' ' eff-QL nf'--.' 5 S55 , V.. Y 5 ', sv ,. 'Q J, j-wi .,?. ,xl .V jf 1 Tl- Xlrx. lluxv-I' Nl'1Tt'- .1 lgmlx shp. Mrs. Donmun and HIC. Lacroix clmck Ll iflliflllllf ww? y X , ,,I.I 5 fl, Qs L., -iii, Mrs. Arnott and her "push-button" telephune Ps S.. Za' A'-Q 'r' Mrs. BICCUIHIUII pruccsscs smnv ru-nrds. 11. D . U ifbfz x, ' uw VH! Q4 , . , Xlrx. lhnllun Ilmlv .ll.ll'1'gl lu x" u! if 153 I gm -if .4 ,- ilu. f' pf v- Mary Cunningham Arthur L. Ross Fred A. Bayes Otto Salak Foreign Lf1ngul1g6S Business Education Social Studies lnflustriul Arts ' if-0 Priscilla March English ea s 0 f eparfmenfs A Joseph D. Murray Music 'VS N a Frederick A. Janes Lillian Kroger Physical Education Home Economic Q '9 S' 8' F Q If. " ! NE .l0l1I1 H. DIiIli6lS Donald St. Andre John A. Mvegun Nt-ul Cqillon Director of Athletics Mathematics S4-gym-6 slr! JOHN J. WHELAN I2 To Mr. Whelan we express the sincere and deeply felt gratitude of the Class of 1961. LUMN 4' - L .4 I A ' ' I2 ge fuar 20, 19.55, . ROBERT EUGENE ABLONDI Bob . . . an effortless grin . . . always joking . . . oh, that look . . . an ardent athlete . . . heading for the sea with the - Navy. nk Q Football 3, 4 HF7'g Basketball 2, Track 2. JUDITH CONSTANCE ADAMS ,ludy . . . neat 'n' nifty . . . could sing her way into heaven . . . vivacious and vibrant . . . sugar ,n' spice . . . wonderful future. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ,340 of 3""'7 ,,,,..:- NANCY ANN ALLEN Nancy . . . interests lie in various fields . . . down to earth ...aff major . . . shy but sincere . . . college bound. Art Staff, Philomath 4, Art Staff, Senior Play 43 Typist, Suzie . vibrant Junior Tennis Senior Student Crier 35 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. SUSAN ALLEN . . perky personality . . . terrific tennis player . . . conversationalist . . . physical therapist. Red Cross Home Room Representative 2, 3g 1, 2, 3, Captain 3, Basketball Manager 4g Play 49 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. NANCY JANE AGHAIAN Nan . . . as sweet as sugar . . . winsome personality with a pleasant smile . . . wit above all . . . one of the Sherbornites . . . future of open doors. Basketball lg Field Hockey lg Science Fair 2, Base- ball l: Glee Club sl. DONALD E. ALLEN Dan . . . tuiet but mischievous . . . drawinv cartoons . . . I a 1 s s . C, one great guy . . . sincerity is his middle name . . . mucho laughs . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3. 4. T JOHN A. ALPHONSE. JR. john . . . eordial and eonsiderate . . . quietly goes his way yet affable and amiable . . . eareer in restaurant lll.1ll.lgt'lI1l'IlI. Art Staff. Plzilonzallz 3: llockey 2: Red Cross Com- mittee 2: Decorating Committee. Football llanee 2. 3: Science Fair 2. NANCY Llflf ANDERSON Nancy . . . dark eyes. dark hair . . . quiet. likeable personality . . . neat and sweet as eau be . . . always ready uilh a smile . . . bright future. Entertainment Committee. Junior Prom :Jil Library Service Club l-1 Science Fair 2. 3: Glee Club 2. 3. al: Christmas, Projects 2. 3. -l. 1229122 9125 O OUZ2 CUSS 609129 OQIUQFQ I 14:1 1: 5 , 1 1 6? f JOHN JAMES ARNOTT John . . . quiet and congenial . . . superior scholastically . . . a really great guy . . . long, lean, and likeable . . . college bound. Klarshal l: Baseball J.V. 2g Baseball-Varsity Manager 3. el: "Fug Properties Committee. Senior Play 43 Science Fair 2. 3. -l. J CARL ROBERT ARON Carl . . . dares to be different . . . sincere. smart. sage . . . a mathematical mind . . . Ll jack of all trades . . . u profes- sional man. Editor-in-Chief. Student Crier 43 Tennis 2, 3, 4 MPH, Chairman, Cap and Gown Committee 3g Science Team 3. i YD - .J so-I' -ov-1 ' 'l'l IOXIAS VICTOR ALCOIN lucky . . . --xv-iyltotlyl ltotlily . . . grunt uilh thi- puck . . llxvly .mtl likvxtltlf- , . . llll:lm'i1ll'1l. llof-lo-5 2. fl. l: lfootltull 2: Christmas l'rojem'ts 2, 3, Ig Srimim- ldalil' 2. Cl'lll.fll,lllNl'l MARY Allt2IlS'll fwii . sunm, suwwl, .und -im-wiv . . . minus on lu-r lillgvrs x-.ln-'li it lonnit- lo Ixpingl . . . Sjhlllxlllllij 4-jvs to lll.lll'll i --mxkliin: -mllv'...1-flu-'v llllIll1'. l lliogmjtltx :uid Nvvlsc'li1rIllIlIlll1'l'. l'll1'lHllI!llll l: Jllyjllsl. .Slmlwnl Iffif-r flg tiamly Sillt' 2. 33 hlalrsliul l. if I - alll. STANWOOD L. ANDERSON Stan . . . a lazy smile . . . abounds in academic ability . . . adroit and agile fielder . . . an easy manner . . . college bound. Baseball 2, 3g Basketball 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3. JOSEPH M. ANDREOLA Joe . . . moody . . . class cut-up . . . wlihe little king" . . . math and science star . . i'Cood Joe" . . . L'Let's see the mazurnau . . . to be an engineer. Vocational Deep Sea Fishing Club 3, 4, Vocational Bowling Club 2. 3. -1: Vocational Basketball 2. 3g Graduation Committee 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3. ,. -1- A i J N ALLAN LEE ASTBURY Allan . . . silence is golden . . . crazy about cars . . . honest and honorable . . . a joyous grin . . . loads of fun . . . college bound. Basketball 2: Christmas Projects 2, 3, -lg Science Fair 2, 413 Marshal 1. DOUGLAS H. ATWELL Doug . . . action with autos . . . quick with a quip . . friendly. funny. fast . . . one of the group . . . a career man Science Fair 2, 3: Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. AF I Q, ,pi-V ,-I J 4' fo our new f7Qyy f nee res! ence .iq 4 r LOUISA RICHARDS BAPTISTE Weiza . . . dares to be different . . . scholarship, sophistication, and sincerity . . . vivacious, verbose, vibrant . . . college bound. Glee Club 33 Tennis 3. MARY ANN BARBIERI Mary Ann . . . likes to conform . . . snappy seamstress . . . serene, sedate, sincere . . . I.B.M. operator. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Typist, Student Crier 33 Pep Squad 2, Gym Show 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. - Q' 3-'tr' NATOMA JOYCE BARTON Toni . . . the quiet, new girl who's always in a whirl . . . a good friend to have . . . her intelligence and sincerity will take her far . . . college. New this year. SUSAN RUTH BAYLEY Sue . . . sincere and sociable . . . a willing worker . . . always friendly and fooling . . . witty and glib tongue . . . further her education. Glee Club 2g Science Fair 2, Girls' Bowling League 1, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Decoration, Senior Play 2. DAVID E. BAINES Dave . . . coin collector . . . sportsman for pl:-asurf: . . . sails and boats . . . captain of his own . . business administration. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ALLANA SUZANNE BANNER Lanna . . . willing to try anything . . . sportsmanship and kindness . ... quite the artist . . . quietly sincere . . . mr-dical secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3. 4, Bowling 2, Gym Show 2, Glee Club 2, Science Fair 3. 0'- -In . l MARY LOUISE BARTLETT Mary . . . sincere and friendly . . . takes life easy . . worthy of everyone's friendship . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3. MARY C. BARTOLI Mary . . . winsome, winning, wistful . . . quiet and soothing . . . a determined worker and a loyal friend . . . teacher. A Cappella 3, 4-g Glee Club 2, Music Festival 2, 3, -lg Christmas Projects 2, 3, Science Fair 2. alia tr' l onf fo ge C012 ronfeof 5 159 fewzirzkzy KAREN MAE BEAUDIN Karen . . . daffy, dynamic doll . . . loquacious . . . seldom serious . . . a lot of laughs . . . undecided. Clee Club 2. 3. sl, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3. PAUL VICTOR BENKOSKI Ben . . . talented with tools . . . silent and unassuming ways . . . sometimes the doubter . . . a Southboro regular . . . Wentworth Institute. Vocational Student Activities 3, Kiwanis Luncheon 4. -, 4 ' sa' . ' GEORGE M. BERNARD Burger . . champ of the old ice . . . skilled in skating . . . unassuming manner . . . highly respected by all . . . college bound. Football l. 2. 3, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, "Fw, Captain 4, Science Fair 2, 3: Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 3. WILLIAM ALFRED BERNARDI Bill . . . pigskin pride . . . being a good friend to all . . personality plus . . . will to win . . . college hound. Football 2. 3. l "Fu: Baseball 2. 3, sl "FFL CIIFISUUIIS Projec-ts. Chairman 3: Nlarsltal 3g Science Fair 3. , -ad s T 'K 9 s 1 'is' ' V' , hgafisi. 4 .'i.,.. I. BROOKS LEE BENNETT Brooks . . . quiet and congenial . . . making people like him . . . trim and tall . . . college bound. Christmas Projects 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Marshal 4, Hockey 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 4. ROBERT G. BERGMAN Bob . . . genial and genuine . . . ever ready for fun . . . like- able and loquacious . . . credit to any college. 3 fi Q35-3 5,5-5 Christmas Projects 2, 35 Candy Sale 2, Science Fair 2, 3 ff? 1 JAMES ALFRED BIANCHI Jimmy . . . hold it, I think you're gonna like this picture . fudge anyone? . . . strives for success . . . a good sport . . . undeeided. Science Fair 2, 3: Candy Sale Winner 2, 3, fl-g Re- porter. Sludenl Crier 3, -l-: Home Room Chairman, Red Cross 2g Senior Play Cast Ll. ll. l'lf'lll'iR BIANCHI Pete . . . loads of fun and laughter . . . the Dart bug . . . anything for girls . . . last of the hig time spenders . . . college hound. Football l: Baseball lg Coll 2, 3. -l-g Candy Sale 2, 3, 1 fl-3 Layout Committee, Philomalh fl-. C ozces 122 ffe new Jroyram gf csfuofes. ANNE L. BIUSO Anne . . . neat, petite, and oh, so sweet . . . quite a dictaphone girl . . . tiny but talkative . . . worthy of anyone's friendship . . . secretary. Library Service Club 2, 3, 43 Typist, Student Crier 3: Typist, Philomath 3g Pep Squad 2. CYNTHIA M. BODGE Cindy . . . quiet and sincere . . . neat 'n' nifty . . . master over her typewriter keys . . . a friend to all . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2g Glee Club 2, 4. MARY VIRGINIA BONDELEVITCH Mary . . . forever on the go . . . hands and tongue both fly . . . flighty charms . . . never caught without a smile . . . undecided. Typist, Student Crier 35 Christmas Projects 2, 35 Glee Club 3g Christmas Assembly 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. BARBARA DORIS BOWMAN Barb . . . fun-loving and friendly . . . rare, radiant, and reliable . . . flair for fashion . . . lively lass . . . teacher. Art Staff, Philornath 43 Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3: Science Fair 2, 3g Glee Club 3g Candy Sale 2. -1-' 'Q 1-v"" 'Pr ROBERT FRANCIS BOLAND Bob . . . order in the corridor . . . good looks and charm . . . dresses to perfection . . . pitching champ . . . college. Baseball 2, 3, 4 t'F',g Marshal 4, ,Iunior Red Cross Committee 3g Science Fair 2, 3: Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CHARLES BOLTON Bob . . . mechanically adept . . . creative builder . . . quiet and sincere . . . one of the Saxonville crowd . . . business. ,,. as --ur -nf WALTER E. BRASIER, JR. Walt . . . shy . . . civil defense expert . . . science student . . . thinks before he speaks . . . plans to be ai pilot. Vocational Student Activities Committee 3: Vocational Fishing Club -I. EDWIN WILLIAM BRIGGS Eddie . . . a skillful hand, an artistic talent . . . drive and determination . . . sports enthusiast . . . shy and sage . . . to put his talent to worthwhile LIS9. Football 1. 2, 3. 4 "Fug Decorating Committee. .lunior Prom 3: Track 2: Clee Club 2. 3: .-X Cappella 4. C759 gym 66050 fave our amafeur 1.7 K. ' as A J OHN P. BROOKE JUDITH ANN BRILLHART .ludy . . . tall and talkative . . . artistically inclined . . . neat and cheerful . . . nice to know . . . attend art school. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Decorating Committee, Harvest Hop 33 Decorating Committee, ,lunior Prom 3, Art Staff, Philomath 4. LAWRENCE W. BROGAN Brog . . . rarely serious . . . witty and humorous guy . . . sports enthusiast . . . sheet metal worker. Vocational Basketball 3, Kiwanis Luncheon Award 3, Vocational Bowling 2, 3. 4: Christmas Family Projects 4: Vocational Fishing Club 2, 3, 4. Brooksy . . . strict individualist . . . talks about traveling . . . t lured by the outdoors . . . undecided. an A transfer from Belmont High in Senior Year. ROBERT H. BROOKS ll .J Bob . . . sincere, silent, swell . . . always able . . . guns, targets, and hunting . . . to be an accountant. School Bowling Team 4. 1. 7.8 ai ...I KICNNI-I'l'H W. BROWN JOHN F. BROPHY dependable . . . competent for college. Christmas Projects l. 2, 3, 4: Decorating Committee, ,lunior Prom 3g Football 2, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. JOHN JAMES BROVELLI John . . . as smooth as glass . . . crazy car-bug . . . always the late bird . . . 'ou 'ust can't see throufth him . . . bin future. y J E' P' J 11 Football l. 2. 3. 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. K4-n . . . .imit-.tlllv and atlmirttblm- . . . zuxuleillically acclaimed llll"I1'Nllll" r'onxv-1'-itionall I is ll 4 lllllliltll fri collt 4 Xlath Klub l: Clin-ss Club l. .L l: 5t'lt'Ilt't' Fa1r2. .i. l: uf 4 it lm 1 A H v dx? 51 lfiu Vil I'li'I'l-Ili l'il5lxl'l Bll0W'N j l'f-ll- . . . -1-if-ntilifallx minds-tl . lltlk x x t ll but 'Nia ,.- 1- tht- -'vlll ol ull . . . follvgr- In ln jtllll 1 j . lbl4PL'lIlIPllX :tml Xt-rw i,ommill1-0. llllilllllllllll l: Cap :tmlfmontlonnnitu-t-51: Svit-rice: Quiz 'l'cam Il: Christ- . mi l't jfrl ' l Stl me llll, l 1 N . Q ., -. 'v"N...-I. ..'l' 20 john . . . complaisant and cordial . . . academically adroit . . . a1fQfe.s' cz C an Ce fo oflrp gy X5 9124 W-. .. -are -- f D63 .1-5 r asv' JANE ELIZABETH BRYANT ' Jayne . . . brown-eyed and tallg a living doll . . . model material . . . constant procrastinator . . . to become an artist., Girls, Varsity Basketball 3, Manager 4, Art Staff, Philomath 4, Chairman, Make-up Committee, Senior Play 4g Set Design, Senior Play 4, A Cappella 3, 4. RICHARD LEE BUGLEY Buggs . . . a fine sport we'll all agree-with a fine personality . . . well informed and witty . . . a magnetic humor . . . college bound. Marshal 4, Picture Editor, Philomath 4, Senior Play 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. A Q-gy' FRANCES J. CACCIOLA Franny . . . mischief lies in her eyes, danger awaits in her sighs . . . cheerful cheerleader . . . zany humorist . . . dental hygienist. Cheerleader 2, 3. 4 "F',g Biography and Verse Com- mittee, Philomath 4, Decoration Committee. Junior Prom 3, Ushering Committee, Junior Prom 3, Enter- tainment Committee, Junior Prom 3. WILLIAM D. CALLAGHAN Billy . . . quiet and sincere . . . hunting, fishing, water skiing . . . one great guy . . . the Marines have landed. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. , PETER W. BROWN Peter . . . talkative . . . travel min-ded . . . hard worker . . wit alive . . . teaching is his ambition. Science Fair 2, 33 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Lfsher, Framingham-Natick Came 3. BETSEY ADAMS BRYANT Betsey . . . silent and sincere . . . great school spirit . . friendly and fun-loving . . . riding enthusiast . . . college. Copy Editor, Philomath 45 Science Fair 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 4g Christmas Projects 3, 4. JAMES EDGAR BURGESS Jim . . . ever ready for fun . . . hoarder of a hundred surf prises . . . an indomitable optimist . . . service. Christmas Projects 2. 3. 45 Science Fair 3: Candy Sale 2. MARY ANTOINETTE BUSKER Toni . . . sunny and sweet . . . she makes teachers' hair turn grey . . . she chatters, chatters all the day . . . friend to all . . . hairdresser. A Cappella 4g Clee Club I. 2. 3: Basketball lg Field Hockey I: Marshal l. use-av ei . All K. .S 50,0 omores some Orme ks! ESTHERAE T. CAREY Little Carey . . . ever loyal, ever true to the task that she must do . . . success scholastically . . . delightfully genuine . . . a credit to any college. Treasurer, Spanish Club 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Plzilomath 4, Assistant Business Manager, Senior Play 4: Science Fair 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LEWIS CARRACINI Carrots . . . well known and well liked, Bob is the only one of his kind . . . all around athlete . . . a bright future. Football 2, 3, 4 "FH, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3 MF". . nf- 09 IF l 1 -I' -r"'!f EVERETT 1. CASEY Teddy . . . a mean puck pusher . . . sleep, sleep, sleep, awake!! . . . What shall we do? . . . everyone's buddy . . . college future. Hockey I. 2. 3. Co-Captain 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3. Treasurer 4, Vice-President of Massa- chusetts Student Council 4, Vice-President, Junior Class 3. PATRICIA MARIE CASEY Pat . . . short and sweet . . . loads and loads of fun . . . great golfer . . . smiling and jokes galore . . . openings wide in her future. Golf Team I. 2. 3. 1: Field Hockey Team 3, Science Fair 2. 3, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 3, 4, Ticket Committee. Student Council Dance 3. MARCOT M. CASALE Margot . . . quiet and true, a good friend to you . . . oh, that radiant red hair . . . college bound. Glee Club 2, 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Library Aid 3, 4, Bowling Team 3, 4, Gym Show 3. JANICE L. CASCIOLINI Cash . . . friendly and sociable . . . quick on the keys . . . easy to like . . . always a smile for everyone . . . secretary. Marshal 1, Typist, Philomath 4, Typist, Student Crier 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 412' L- f HAROLD S. CHAKIRIS Shike . . . a buddy to all . . . avid golfer . . . always able . . . wln-re lilt'ft'.S life, thert-'s Sliikt- . . . fascinating future. Layout Committee, l'l11'lomatl1. 4, Senior Play Cast 4, Senior Play Set Design -la, Track 2, Golf 2, 3, 4. CHRIS CHRISTIANSEN The Viking . . . rare, radiant. rclialnlc . . . understanding heart . . . small. silt-nt type . . . a good friend to all . . . college bound. Biography and Verse Committee. Plzilomath 4, Senior Play 4, Science Fair 2. 3, 4, Gym Show I, 2, Music Festival 2. 141912 50116 ffm fs an fgrm afogf ck. CAROL ANN CHURCH Carol . . . quiet and sincere . . . a regular cash register genius . . . small in size but big in heart . . . polite and petite . . . the business world. Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. CAROL CICCOLO Carol . . . sunnyn sincere, sensational . . . baulilcs, hanglcs, and beads . . . enjoys painting . . . personality plus . . . a top college is her aim. Co-Editor, Philornath 43 D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 4g Marshal 3g Usherette, Junior Prom 3g Captain Usherettes, Senior Play 4. 3' si DALE EDMUND COATES Dale . . . top-notch disposition . . . at ease with everyone . . strict individualist . . . ready for fun . . . undecided. Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3g Baseball 2g Christmas Dance 3. DAVID S. COBB Dave . . . easy lackadaisical manner . . . witty personality . . always smiling . . . a knack for mechanical gadgets . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3. Q 41 . PQ 5 sal. 141 KAREN LOUISE CLARK Karen . . . admirable honesty . . . demure and shy . . . a combination of loyalty and reliability . . . a pleasure to know . . . college. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4, Cos- tume Committee. Senior Play 4g Christmas Projects 2 3 4 Candy Sale 1 Pep Squad 2. ROBERT F CLEMENTS Bo ti man of many moods . . . one of the Sherborn distinctive lau h undecided. Basketball 2 Track 4 Football lg Science Fair 2, 3g Chrlstmas Projects 2 3 4- JANET E. COCKELL .lan . . . mindful of herself and others . . . quiet. cotisei'x.xtiu . . . always lending Ll helping hand . . . a good listener for ' r QA those who like to talk . . . undecided. 1 x4 WILLIAM F. COERAN J Bill . . . lackadaisicnl mannerisms . . . crazy .ilwut cars 5 V spun-of-the-moment LlK'tlbltlI'ls . . . undetidetl. Christmas Projects 3. e C0122 pefeof succesyfzf fgr poszfzbns NANCY COLE Charbon . . . sunny disposition . . . makes the most of any- thing . . . bright and vivacious . . . college. Biography and Verse Committee, Philornath 4, Usher- ette, Senior Play 4, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Junior Red Cross Executive Committee 2, 3g Field Hockey 3 MFE KENNETH COLGAN Ken . . . better late than never . . . quiet and sincere . . seldom serious . . . undecided. MARGARET ANN COLLINS Peggy . . . always having a ball . . . whiz with a typewriter . . . well liked by all . . . always making new friends . . . future secretary. Clee Club 2, 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3. RICHARD A. CONRADO Bullola . . . sleeping beauty . . . history hound . . . ace class skipper . . . a big balloon car . . . seeks first job at 64-. Clee Club -lg Vocational Deep Sea Fishing 3, 4g Voca- tional Bowling 3, -Lg Christmas Projects 4. PHYLLIS CORAZZARI Philly . . . laughing and talking, her favorite hobbies . . . always nice to have around . . . she'll talk her way into heaven . . . teacher. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4g Deco- rating Committee, Junior Prom 33 Senior Play Cos- tume 4g Glee Club 1, 4, Science Fair 2, 3. KATHLEEN ANN CORTESI Kathy . . . daffy and delightful . Nemesis . . . winning ways . . . worthy of anyone's friendship . . . secretarial school. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4-g Deco- rating Committee, Junior Prom 3g Ticket Committee, Football Dance 4, Science Fair 2, 4. EUGENE A. COSTA lla-nr . . . -1-liolastivally able- . . . capable captain . . . generous at he-art . . . 1-ullvgi-s to vlumsi- from. SlUflt'IIl Count-il l: Sports lfrlitnr. Student Crier 2, 3, I' l"oolbalI I 2 fbi I Cn-mi :tain l: Bows' Stale Re 1- .IOHN ARTHUR CUTTER ,lark . . . wnial aml gvnuim- . . . distinctive low laugh . . . h "a hit-k way bar-k" . . . a good burlrly to have . . . college , bound. Layout lfclitnr. Plllilllllllllll Al: Basketball 3, il- "Pvt Sr-nior Play l: Str-4-ring Committee. junior Prom 3g St'ic-nr-v l"air fi. 24 zkz .serozce an -is-' EDWARD PETER CROCI Ed . . . unassuming manner and wit . . . down to earth . . . earnest and shy . . . always willing . . . undecided. Science Fair 2, 33 Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Projects 2. LOIS ANN CROMMELIN Lo . . . lively and loquacious . . . art major . . . convincing comedienne . . . radiantly alive . . . sincere and sensational . . . nurse. Glee Club 1, 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 2, 3. LARRY C. DABAREINER Larry . . . oh! to see the world . . . cars are his favorites . . . a sportsman at his best . . . soon to be with Uncle Sam. Science Fair 2: Clee Club 2: Candy Sale 2, 3: Christmas Projects 2, 3. MARK H. DALL Mark . .. . an easy way about him . . . silent but likeable personality . . . right word at the right moment . . . undecided. .sporfs groups . JEAN MARIE COTTON ,lean . . . quiet but sincere . . . sports galore . . . artistically able . . . pleasant personality . . . college in sight. Intramural Basketball 2, 3g Christmas Projects 2. 3, 4: Science Fair 2. 3: Chairman Christmas Projects 3. LOUIS J. CROATTI Cratta . . . instivator . . . master of alibis . . . a blithf- siirit 9 ,T 7 'Y ' I' . . . "Love em and leave em . . . shop power plant technician. Kiwanis Luncheon Award 4g Rotary Luncheon Award -lt: Christmas Projects 2. 3, 4: Vocational Bowling 2, 3, 4: Vocational Deep Sea Fishing Club 2, 3, 4. 'K?' ,PD SANDRA RAE CROWTHER Sandy . . . sincere and friendly . . . quick with a typewriter . . . at ease with people . . . mathematics talent . . . college bound. Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3: Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2. 3. BARBARA B. CUMMINGS Barb . . . always sociable and smiling . . . everybody's pal . . . sincere in every task . . . a credit to our class . . . secre- tary of the future. Clee Club 1. 2, 3: Music Festival 1. 2. 3: Christmas Projects 1. 2, 3: Candy Sale l. if " A . dl? 606 COIZQQUXRYZCZT kai? GS GLSS BETTY ANN DAVID Betty Ann . . . a carload of tales to tell . . . merry-making girl . . . ready to do a good turn . . . brimfull of fun and talk . . . enter the convent. Christmas Projects 2, 3, Softball 2, 33 Basketball I, 2. CAROL A. DAVIS Carol . . . sincere, sedate, sensible . . . a conscientious worker neat, complete. and accurate . . . hound to succeed in her chosen field. Picture Committee, Plzilomalh 4: Chairman, Publicity Committee. Senior Play 4: Field Hockey Manager 2, "FN: Steering Committee. Junior Prom 3g Refresh- ment Committee, Chairman, Junior Prom 3. fi 00 STEPHANIE MARGARET DeALMEIDA Stevie . . . high stepping, high spirited . . . more bounce to the ounce . . . a baton in her hand . . . a smile on her face . . . secretarial school. Biography and Verse Committee. Philomalh lg Major- ette 2, 3. 4: Band Majorette -lg Band Concert 2, 3, lg Music Festival 2, 3, -1. ELLEN SUSAN DEAN Ellen . . . flair for fashions . . . stitch, stitch, all day long . . . always ready to be a friend . . . lazy smile . . . fashions and retail. Chairman. Costume Committee. Senior Play lg Li- brary Service Club 2, 3, fl: Manager Girls' Field Hockey 33 Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 2. 3, el-. ,1 10' V Ai -1-"9 ' 'N 'fer -.. all C, ,-gn., 1 f I 1 Q25 st! Mr., Gt v r w.-- . w MARY ELLEN DAVIS Mary Ellen . . . gay and gabby . . . always smiling . . . merry majorette with a dash of the devil . . . always having a ball . . . teaching profession. Majorette 2, 3. -lg Student Crier 3, 4, Library Service Club 2, 3, -Ig Steering Committee, Junior Prom 3, Chairman, Ushering Committee, Junior Prom 3. JAMES ROBERT DAYHOFF, JR. Bob .. . car bug . . . hard worker . . . original . . . pride and joy! '54 green Ford . . . a Sherbornite . . . Navy career. ,Y 26 RICHARD T. DEANE Dick . . . a knack for mechanics and mathematics . . . quiet- ness goes well with ability . . . mind over matter . . . favorable future. Science Fair 2. 3, -l. RITA T. DECINA Rita . . . never a quiet moment with Rita around . . . always out to have a good time . . . not a serious bone in her body . . . a friend to all. Christmas Projects 3: Musical Festival 3, 43 Glee Club 3, lg Candy Sale 2, 3, tl-. l ELENA MARIE DeCOLLIBUS Elena . . . a smart sophisticate . . . a taste for clothes . . . a flair for design . . . musically inclined . . . teaching is her aim. Marshal 3, 'Lg Steering Committee, Junior Prom 35 Art Committee, Philomath fig Senior Play 4, A Cap- pella 3. 4. MICHAEL J. DEGNAN Mike . . . a barrel of fun . . . creatively clever . . . amiable and mischievous . . . headed for college. Science Fair 2. 4g Bowling 4. 45 MARJORIE FRANCES DENHAM Margie . . . friendly and loquacious . . . a tennis player's dream . . . a winsome smile . . . always helpful . . . college. Senior Play Cast 4g Tennis Varsity 2, 3 "F", Science Fair 2, 4g Clee Club 2, 3g Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3. THOMAS B. DEVITT Devitt . . . just like in the movies . . . a catching, appealing humor . . . a continuous line of chatter . . . service. Vocational Bowling 2, 33 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Clee Club 3, 45 Vocational Fishing Club 4. N-irq si' , sf 'Zi Y ozlsor or ffe nexf fwo years. GEORGE W. DEMERITT. JR. Bill . . . Henry Aldrich . . . all American boy . . . majored in lunch . . . liked by all . . . to master aeronautical engineer- ing. Christmas Projects 3g Vocational Fishing Trip 2g Vo- cational Bowling Team 2. 3g Field Maintenance. Graduation 2. LOUIS XAVIER DEM ERS Louie . . . calm conversationalist . . . making people like him . . . happy go lucky . . . when you're smiling . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. NIOLLY LOU DeVRIlQS Molly . . . our own southern belle . . . loquaci us . . . athletically able . . . gets along well with y'all . . . college bound. Puhlicity Committee. Junior Prom 3: Cirls' Clee Club 3. Al: Biography and Verse Committee. Plllilttlllllfll -lf: Basketball 3. -I "Fu: Decoration Committee. Senior Play el. LINII.-X V. DI.-XS Linna . . sugar 'ii spice . . . motor maniac . . . txirefiee .uid gay . . . tiny. talkative, terrific .... 1 l't'I'I.llII success . . college. Science Fair 2. 3: Library Seri ice 2. 3: llecorat- ing Committee. Junior Prom 3: lfliristmas Projects 2, 3. el-: Marshal. ffmouffyou ffe fo 611 a pow? yffgees f 'F ,...., Fx,-4 JOY CHRISTINE DOMICO ,loy . . . dares to be different . . . aptitude for acting . . . lights, camera. action . . . attend Actors' Studio. Student Crier 2. 3, -1: Science Fair 2. 3, lg Music Festival 2: Christmas Projects 2. 3, Candy Sale 2. MARTHA D. DOUCETTE Marty . . . loves to laugh . . . seldom serious . . . sunny, sweet, sincere . . . small, but powerful . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2. 3. el: Clee Club 2. 3. -lg Music Festival 2. 3. 4: Candy Sale 3g Decorating Committee, Leap Year Dance 3. BARRY Ii. DOVVLINC liarry . . . bounding liorscinan . . . sports a specialty . . . qui:-t .tnfl f'llIl,l1l'Ill.ll . . . quick with tht- uit . . . college. K , .N Q . ' Q.. I " . . . f ' ' Q . liasf-lmll l. 2. .n. l l . lootliall l. 2. 3. lv l . llaske-lball l. 2: Student Council l. 2: Christmas l'i1j11!s'7 3 I -P".'4...'. . LIANI Sl 'l,l,IVAN IJRADY Im- . . Nf'll'IlIlIl4' L1"IlIllS . . . personality plus with a lot of tlmrm . . . an puulcr ou-r :nas-ive IPl'4lllll'lllN . . . -ly smile . . . l'll1,LiIl""F. Sports lfflitor. lillliflllllllfll I: Foolliall 31 Slllflcrit Cricr 32 Slt'l'l'IIljl ffomnlillcc 3: Scicricc Fair 3, lt. 28 Q . SUSAN L. DICKENS Susie . . . merry brown eyes . . . pretty blonde hair . . . member of the Sherborn gang . . . mischief and fun rolled into one . . . college. Christmas Projects 2, Gym Show 1, 2, 3, Girls, Clee Club 4: Senior Play Program Committee 3, Science Fair 2. PHILIP F. DINEEN Pat . . . a great sportsman . . . personality plus and charm . . . our Junior leader . . . a roguish smile and wit . . . college. Football 1, 2. 3. 4 "F", Baseball 1, 2, 3, -I "F", Hockey 1. 2. 3. 4 'LF,'g Junior Class President 3, A Cappella 3, -I. 'R is 10 CARL DOW Carl . . . silent, unassuming personality . . . a man of many moods . . . a lazy smile . . . undecided. Track 2, -lg Cross Country 2, 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. THOMAS F. DOWD Tom . . . casual calculation . . . good at golf . . . studious and social . . . lots of laughs . . . future physicist. Co-editor. Biography and Verse Committee. Plzilomath 414: Reporter. Sluderzt Crier 2, 33 Golf 2. 3, MI "FH, Basketball 2, Technical Committee, Senior Play 4. .J 'S' fqz ye? 77 coaxeof can y sa esmen. gt c r 6 2 P 1 JACQUELINE L. DUNN , Jackie . . . smile of honest spirit . . . in friendship lies security . . . the wealth of a winning manner . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND P. EBELING Ray . . . great guy . . . earnest and co-operative worker . he's a star that is par . . . witty and winning personality . . dentist. Senior Play Cast 4, Student Crier 4, Layout Com- mittee, Philomath 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Chairman, Christ- mas Projects 4. CLIFFORD L. EISNER Cliff . . . "Oh, no that ain't right" . . . math minded . . . n , u E I patrols the vocational corridor . . . machine trade. Kiwanis Luncheon Award 3, Marshal 4. JUDY .ANN ELLIOT Judy . . . original and ambitious . . . fun is her pastime . . . Grandma Binion of the play . . . zesty and lively . . . future of many opportunities. Senior Play Cast 4, Music Festival 2, 3, Tennis Manager 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman, Red Cross 3. WILLIS B. DRA K li own . . . a smile for ew-ryonv . . . down to 1-artli anfl fricnrllj. . . . college. Steering Committee 3: A Cappella Choir -lx Football 2, 3, Decorating Committee. junior Prom 3: Christ- mas Projects 2. 3. l. CEORCF P. DLANE Cn-o . . . what a gift to girlsl . . . skilled skater in thr- arena . . . smooth operator . . . talk, rest, talk . . . future fit for a king . . . college. Steering Committee. Junior Prom 3: Decorating Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Refreshments Committee. Junior Prom 3: Football l. 2: Hockey l. 2. 3. al "FF l vi THOMAS DAVID EDWARDS Tom . . . modesty, the magnet of true friendship . . . well-liked by all . . . steady plugger . . . college. Baseball 3, Basketball 2. RALPH T. EILAND Ralphie . . . let's have a debate . . . winning with words . . . a barrel of laughs . . fun to be with . . . car creator . undecided. Hockey l, 2, Christmas Projects 2. 3. -l: Science Fair 2, 3, 4. Lf-1+ 'gf-5 Nfo T Buddy . . . sincerity at ht-art . . . a wit and charm all his Q 0911 yery gf 156 Ik2QUIfd6Q farm 1 BETTY JEAN EMPEY Betty . . eonxentional yet intlixidual . . . friendly and fun loving . . . on the studious side . . . ehauvinistic Sllerlmonite . . . teachers' eollege. Biography and Verse Committee. Plzilomatfz 4: Chair- man. Prograni Committee. Junior Prom 3: Christmas Projects 2. 3. l: Glee Club 2. 3. EILEEN E. ENGNIAN Eileen . . . always willing to do her jolr . . . a simile that's golden . . . a wit tliat's superli . . . sweetness counts . . . college. Marshal l: Gym Show 2: lfsherette. Music Festival 2, Science Fair 2. 3: Christmas Projects 2. 3, -L. ,sz fr-qu ,- CHARLOTTE FAHEY Charlotte . . . well-known and easily liked . . . a good word for exeryone . . . friendly and especially sincere . . . nurse. Glee Cluh el: Music Festival -l: Christmas Projects 2, 3. el: Science Fair 2. KATHERINE FRANCES FAHEY Kathy . . . quietly attractive . . . sweet and smart . . . the artist! toueh . . . a friend to all . . . secretarial school. Christmas Projects 2. If el: Candy Sale -llg Marshal 2g Clee Clulr 1. 3 2 M 441 .x,,.,. DOMINIC F. ERRICO Dom . . . little Johnny Unitas . . . a pro at passing . . . men of few words are the best . . . ambition to join the Navy. Football 2. 3, -L "FY Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 L'F,'g Marshal 3. ADELE ELENA FACINI Adele . . . flighty charms . . . following the fashions . . . seldom serious . . . winsome personality . . . college. Biography and Verse Committee. Plzilomath 43 First Lieutenant, Marshal 3g Usher, Junior Prom 3g Student Crier Staff 4. RITA E. FAINI Nicky . . . hanmls and tongue luoth fly . . . vivaeious spirit . . . always with the gang . . . liusiness college. Christmas l'rojeets 2. 3. l. DORO'l'Ill-IA A. FALLON llolly . . . everyona-'s hmltly . . . dancing feet and laughing heart . . . frienclly, froliesoine, fun . . . terrific teacher. Senior Play. Makeup Committee rig Christmas Proj- ects 3. ll. exams was .somewfaf re zeoeof IVIARCIA .l. FANTONI Marcia . . . leader of fashions . . . attractive smile . . . sweet and easy going . . . teacher. Red Cross, Homeroom Chairman 2, 3: Steering Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3g Chairman, Orchestra Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3: Biography and Verse Commit- tee, Philomath 4, Homeroom Chairman. Christmas Family Projects 3. 4. DAVID A. FEINDEL Dave . . . friendly sense of humor . . . terrific at track . . . Mr. Murray's "music man" . . . college hound. Biography and Verse Committee. Philomath 4, Track 3, 11-g Cross Country 3, 4 4'Fi', Captain 4, Marshal 43 Band 2, 3, 4. Maneuver Committee Chairman. ,fi """' N ROBERT CHARLES FINIGAN Bob . . . sincere, dependable, and likeable . . . always ready with the right answer . . . quick witted humor . . . intellec- tually curious . . . doctor. Co-Editor, Philomath 4, Student Council 4, Science Fair, First Prize 2, 3, 4: Harvard Prize Book 3: Student Government Day Representative 4. DAVID FINKELSTEIN Dave . .. . joking pessimist . . . photographic mind . . . com- puter wizard . . . a creditable college student. Tennis 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4. ig' 9 3 its 5,61 I-c':'J7' 'T' . , ,,,, I 'Q GERALD FERRARI Cerry . . . an unassuming manner . . . effortless grin . . . even disposition . . . a yen for everything . . . undecided. Science Fair 2: Glee Club 2, 3: A Cappella 4: Music Festival 2, 3. 4: Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. MARY FERRARI Mary . . . ever ready for fun . . . spur-of-the moment decisions . . . zany humor . . . undecided. Clee Club 2, 3: A Cappella 1-g Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. Q fl .xi STEVEN B. FINKS Steve . . . not a worry in the world . . . lows to laugh . . radio ham dit. dot, dot dash . . . nndecidcd. Red Cross 2. 3. 4: Christmas Projects l. 2. 3. 4: Science Fair 2. 3: Candy Sale 2. MARY ELLEN FINX Mimi . . . perky, peppy . . . cheerful cl1ccrlc.idcr . . . sociable lass . . . known and liked by all . . . gt-.tl nndccidcd. Cheerleader 3. l: Biography and Verse lfonnniltee. ' Plzilomallz 4: Student Council 2: Alarshal 3. l: Co- Chairman. Student Council llance 2. 3 I l zfe fairer? gf a QSXUQQJQX Gouzzcz' .9 gd' ANNE R. FLINK Annie . . . Nordic beauty! . . . a sweet and sincere smile . . . friendship beams out . . . chic, charming, cheerful . . . teacher. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Layout Staff, Philomath 4, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Senior Play 49 Science Fair, Honorable Mention 3. PETER J. FLINT Pete . . . gym minded . . . funny as a barrel of monkeys . . . dreams of the proverbial old lady's Ford . . . North to Alaska. B.-X RBARA ELAINE FORREST Barbara . . . delightful designer . . .sopliisticated . . . a talented artist . . . an intelligent student . . . a credit to art. JA N IC li Nl ARCARET FORSBERC Jannie . . . clothes make tlie woman . . . avid sports fan . . . fit-li in friends . . . sunny -mile and disposition . . . college bound. Arlyertisingr Committee. l'ubliealionS -l: Uslicrctte, Senior Play l: lie-freshmen! Committee, Junior Prom 3: lislierelile, Junior l,rHlll 33 A Callllella 3v J" JOHN F. FIORITO Johnny . . everybody's buddy . . . basketball specialist . . . a good friend to have around . . . business school. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Chairman -lg Science Fair 2, 3, 4-3 Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3. FREDERICK B. F ITTS, JR. Fred . . . man of few words . . . fleet of foot . . . his sincerity matches his height . . . college. Track 2, 3, 4 "F", Football 2, Band 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention 2, 3. RG 4., '7 -:" ROBERT H. FLUMERE Bob . . . not everyone has that gift of gab . . . a top-notch mechanic . . . "lf it's mechanical, I know about it" . . . an intense dislike for Fords . . . college. ELEANOR A. FOLLETT Ellie . . . diligence has its reward . . . ambitious youth always succeeds . . . witty personality . . . off to college. Co-editor Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath -lg Senior Play 4: Christmas Projects 2, 3, -l, Home- room Chairman 2, 3: Music Festival 4, Junior Red Cross, Homeroom Chairman 2. Y' 'nuf- f an ce anofffe Qgprzby Wuszc gesfzoa. gg.-152 Like' ANTHONY RONALD FRANCIOSO ' Ronnie . . . cool disposition . . . lackadaisical rnannerisnis . . . an eye for minute details and fine print. Track 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 33 Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. PHILIP ROSS GAITHER Ross . . . mathematical whiz . . . tone of determination . . . friendship grown . . . humor and wit conquer all . . . college. New this year. JASON YALE GANS Jay . . . wondrous wizard . . . continuous conversationalist . . . hot tape recorder . . . great sense of humor . . . future physician Picture Editor, Philomath 4, Steering Committee 33 Baseball Ig Science Fair 2, 3, 4. RICHARD A. GEIER Richie . . . lackadaisical manner . . . gift of gab . . . devil may care . . . constant procrastinator . . mechanic. BRENDA LOUISE FOWLEB Brenda . .W . quietly goes her way . . . diligence and patience . . . always calm . . . never ruffled . . . undecided. Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. PETER S. FOX Pete . . . high pockets . . . vocational marshal captain . . . has more deceased relatives than days in school . . . most helpful guy . . . ambition to change the "Chevy" fad. Al?"- -nf. .-no 'r""' 'Q' ELIZABETH ANNE GALLAGHER Ginger . . . effortless grin . . . marathon chatterer . . . some- times preoccupied . . . bright and vivacious . . . follows the fashions . . . bright future. Clee Club 2, 4, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3. FREDERICK JAMES GALLINI Fred . . . quiet and congenial . . . intelligent and interesting . . . a smile means more than many words . . . college bound. Track 2, 4, Science Fair 2, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. '31 W-4 4 -'Rani "N-Q ff ave 011 .sfaffeofyour sczence lorgecf CAROL A. GEROU Red . . . lady-like . . . dancing feet, dancing heart . . . chic, charming. Coy . . . model material. Girls' Clee Club 2: Makeup Committee, Senior Play -I SUSAN BAYLA CESCHELIN Sue . . . wisdom and sincerity go hand in hand . . . always reading . . . acquiring her friendship is an honor . . . nursing. Biography and Verse Committee, Plzilomalh lg Glee Club 2: Science Fair 2. 'fs N s ', r "'. 'F - 'ff' ALICE MARIE GIRO Alice . . . chic and charming . . . friendly, frolicsome and fun . . . baublcs, bangles and beads . . . fine future. Typist, Student Crier 3. DANIEL LOUIS CIRO Dan . . . placid personality . . . strict individualist . . snappy dresser . . . undecided. Track 2: Tumbling Team 3. , 1 'C' ,,,.4q . .ix L aafe FRANK ANTHONY GHILANI Butch . . . he's our man . . . the "height" of sincerity . . energies equally divided . . . commendable for college. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain UF", Basketball 1, 2, 3, -1 Co-Captain "Fw, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Captain "Fug Student Council I, 2, 3, Candy Sale, Co-Chairman 2. ROCHELLE B. GINSBERG Woo-woo . . . and she talked and she talked and she talked . . . sociable, studious, swell . . . language lover . . . off to college. Production Manager, Senior Play 4, Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Projects 3, -Lg Intramural Bas- ketball 3, Bowling 4. ' '-cell ' 0 CHESTER E. GLEASON, JR. Chester . . . music man . . . sax specialist . . . a mind wanted by composers . . . stimulated energy . . . Conservatory of Music. Band l. 2. 3. el: Senior Play -lg Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2. 3. ,lg Northeastern District Concert 2, 3, el. RICI IARD HARVEY CLEW Sticky . . . lotluacious and likeable . . . pick of the ice . . . affahlt- and admirable . . . council chit-I . . . credit to any college. H04'kf'y' 1- 2, 3- 'li "F", Student Council 2, 3, 4, President. Junior Class 31 iSports Committee, Philo- rnalh -lt: Science Fair 2. 3, -1. ?77 yef. ecame a very common RUBY PHYLLIS GOLDMAN Ruby . . . wit and witticism . . . snappy seamstress . . . good companion and real friend . . . business woman and buyer. Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 3, 43 Science Fair 3g Candy Sale 4g Glee Club 4. BONNIE ROBERTA GRAY Bonnie . . . vivacious and voluble . . . academically endowed . . . country miss and sophisticate . . . college coed. Assistant Editor-in-Chief. Student Crier 4g A Cap- pellag Reporter, Student Crier 3g Publicity Committee Junior Prom 3, Advertising Committee, Publications 3. ls -r"'j7' JOHN A. GRIECO Greek . . . sincere and sensible . . . alert and active athlet- ically . . . affable . . . college bound. Baseball 2, 3g Basketball 23 Student Council Dance- Patrol Group 2. LAWRENCE NORMAN GROSSMAN Larr . . . bug hunter . . . versatile abilities . . . effortless humor . . . forever fooling . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4g Science Fair 2, 3. gl t uesfzbn. as-.tg EVELYN BEATRICE R. GRAY Evie . . . stylish poise and aplomb . . . skiing enthusiast . . . charming and considerate . . . a future nurse. Christmas Family Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 25 Science Fair 4. JANE ELIZABETH GRELOTTI Jane . . . order in the hall . . . wit and humor . . . sincere and friendly . . . sunny and sociable . . . surgical nurse. Marshal 3, 4, Student Crier Staff 33 Biography and Verse Co-editor, Philomath 4, Steering Committee, Junior Prom 33 Library Service 2, 3, 4. JEAN M. GRUPPI Jeannie . . . always a smile. never a frown . . . a lot of fun to have around . . . small in size but big in heart . . . l.B.M. Christmas Projects 2g Glee Club 3. -1: Candy Sale 3g Musical Festival 3, 4. FRANK JAMES CRZYBOSKI Cvrzbald . . . always a witty remark . . . loquacious and light- hearted . . . having a good time all day long . . . future undecided. Baseball lg Basketball l, 2: Science Fair 2. 3. ZUZIQ 1158 fnzyfzfs azzofffe ueens 0 756 JUDITH ANN GUGLIELMO ,ludy . . . quiet and sincere . . . a whiz behind the wheel . . . likes to bomb around with the girls . . . undecided. lvsherette. Senior Play Ll: Christmas Projects 2, 3, lg Typist. Stzulenl Crier 3, Bowling Club 3. ELLEN V. GUMBEN Ellen . . . never say die . . . babbles like a brook . . . saucy and spirited . . . quick mind . . . junior college. -Biography and Verse Committee, Plzilomath 43 Adver- tising Chairman. Sluflent Crier -1-g A Cappella 3, 4g Esherette. junior Prom 3g Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3. 15 1001 'J' l"lt YXNCIS R. IlMDSl'll'Il. Ili:-k . . . qui'-I lint always sinc:-rv . . . a bug for cars 1 -tiivt indixidnalisl . . . a liard workcr . . . unclccirlcd. Nlkllt I-Ll.lZXl3lC'l'll llAl.Ill-Ilt'l' NIM, , , , -oflwspokvii sim-ciily . . . flair for thc art of fashion . . . at Ilir- 4-it--I ul coilljn-tviir-v . . . fashion lll'Nl1llll'l'. f,h,'1-liiias I'rojf-cts .L l: Sci lla-sign. Scnlor Play -l-. STEPHANIE JUNE CUCCIARDI Coocli , . . sincere, smart, sage . . . sweet and good-natured . . . academically able . . . language major. Assistant Business Manager, Senior Play 4, Chairman Ticket Committee, Senior Play 4, Home Room Chair- man, Save the Childrenis Federation Projects 2g Library Service Club 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2. CAROL LORRAINE GUGLIELMO Carol . . . five foot two, eyes of blue . . . peppy and petite . . . silent, unassuming manner . . . future secretary. Typist. Student Crier -lg Senior Play Cast 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, lg Gym Show lg Field Hockey 1. X sg! PALYLETTE GUTHRIE Paul . . . pm-rt. pf-litc, precious . . . top twirlcr . . . bubbly and fricndly personality . . . college bound. llajorette 2. 13. 1. Head llflajorette 4: Biography and Verse Committee. Plzilomatlz el-1 Publications Advertis- ing Staff rl: Usherette, Senior Play ,lg Usherette, Junior Prom 3. GAIL LOIS HAFNER Gail . . . nt-vcr ang:-rcd, ni-vcr pccvcd . . . happy, loyal and wa-ll known . . . making friends is licr hobby . . . delightful and di-pcndalnlmf . . . SE'l'I't'lill'y. Business Manager. Senior Play -lg Candy Sale -lg Christmas Projects l. ffe C ess Any 0122 1k20a0Q0fffe razf RICHARD BRUCE HARDING Bruce . . . a really great guy . . . fine taste for fine cars dresses smartly . . . quiet but nice . . . undecided Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. GARDNER ROY HASKELL Gene . . . keen interest in track . . . artistically inclined . . . sincere disposition . . . career in Marine Corps. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ,in JON BRADLEY HENDERSON .lon : . . better late than never . . . patient personality . . . life is merry . . . school of some sort. Baseball l, 2, Christmas Projects 2, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. GEORGE HERDMAN Geo . . . eat, drink and be merry . . . guard of the gridiron . . . live wire and likeable . . . Marine Corps. Football 3, 4 NFB, Steering Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2. FRANCES E. HANSEN Franny . . . quietly attractive . . . pleasant personality . . . easy-going and likeable . . . an efficient secretary. Gym Show 1, 2, 3, Typist, Student Crier 3: Library Service Club 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4, Typist, Philomalh 4. MARY P. HANSEN Pat . . . flaming redhead . . . on the quiet side . . . pleasant- ness is her hobby . . . always wears a smile . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3, Gym Show 2, Squad Leader 2, 3. , '99- MARGARET L. HAYES Peggy . . . talent to keep people smiling . . . lots 'n lots of chuckles . . . sparkling personality . . . marriage. Glee Club 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Home Boom Chairman, Christmas Projects -1-. BARBARA J. HECKELSMILLER Barbara . . . friendly and fun-loving . . . serious minded . . athletically able . . . enjoys reading . . . future veterinarian. Basketball 3 "Fw, Softball 2, 3 HF", Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3. "1 Y if ' .4 . life yn' 5 gf 1159 Ezgrazy erozce NANCY MARIE HERSEY Nancy . . . sunshine follows her . . . sometimes preoccupied mood . . . understanding heart . . . varied interests . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 3, 4, Typist, Student Crier 2. MARILYN JEAN HILLIARD Marilyn . . . quiet, unassuming manner . . . musically in- clined . . . concentrates on the clarinet . . . desire to teach. Band l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Make-up Committee, Senior Play 4. 'E '-rr SUSAN CATHERINE HOLGERSON Sue . . . a good word for everyone . . . a basket every time . . . sunny and sensational . . . teaching. Marshal 4, Student Crier 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4, Steering Committee, Junior Prom 3, Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Co-captain 4. ROSSITER R. HOLT, JR. Bob . . . walking genius . . . a sleeping specialist . . . good natured ambassador from Medfield . . . Franklin Tech. Christmas Family Projects 2. .JCB SARAH STEWART HILLIARD Sallie . . . sweet n' sincere . . . able athlete . . . smiling all the while . . . quietly attractive . . . college. Varsity Tennis 2, 3 UF", A Cappella 3, 4, Library Service Club 4, Glee Club.2, 3, 4, District Chorus 3, 4. MAUREEN F. HOGAN Moe . . . peppy, perky personality . . . spirit as high as her jump . . . naturally nice . . . sparkling and gay . . . a knack for hairstyling. Cheerleader 4, Student Council 3, 4, Recording Sec- retary 4, Usherette, Football Dance 3, 4, Delegate to E.M.D.S.C. 3, Typist, Philomalh 4. NANCY RUTH HOLTHAM Nancy . . . perky personality . . . intellectual and interesting . . . great in sports . . . dependable and delightful . . . college. Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Senior Play, Manager 4, Softball 3, Bowling 4, Gym Show 3. ELEANOR F. HORACEK Lee .. . neat and willowy . . . interests lie in various fields . . . energetic and gay . . . making friends is easy . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3. QQ zbereofagsenfee H519 anofgoof sfjos. HAROLD M. HOULE Butcllie . . . lively n' likeable . . . paints and a palette . . everybody's buddy . . . a credit to any school. Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 2, 3, Set Design, Senior Play 4, Decorating Committee, Harvest Hop 3, Photographer for Philornath 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3. DeWITT C. HOWELL, JR. Chip . . . great wit . . . swell "manager" of any situation . . the devil's in his eyes . . . quick silver disposition . . . con struction drafter. Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Football Man- ager 3, 4 "Fw, Steering Committee, Junior Prom 3. as S- i at ROBERT ALBERT HURD Bob . . . loves laughter . . . loyal and considerate . . . always able . . . wondrously witted . . . college. Track 4: Basketball lg Christmas Projects 2, 3. PETER E. IVERS Pete . . . poor girls' Gregory Peck . . . pupils' "mouthpiece" . . . detention room chairman . . . author of uChristmas Pardon" from detention . . . ambition to have a Corvette and a wife at the same time. Vocational Student Activities Committee 2, Ll, Student Council 33 Ticket Committee. Junior Prom 3, Cleanup Committee, Junior Prom: Clee Club 3, 4. ...-Qui GUSTI HUBER Custi . . . talented talker . . . Mrs. Woods of the play . . continuous laughter . . . a word for everyone . . . college. Senior Play 4, Basketball 1, 4, Christmas Projects -lg Field Hockey lg Marshal l. MARGARET M. HUNTER Peggy . . . sophistication and serenity . . . scholastically suc cessful . . . sincere smile . . . commercial artist. Transfer from school. fi JOANNE LAURA JACK Joanne . . . forever at winning smile . . . scliolastitxilly sut cessful . . . wide-eyed and witty . . . nurse. Entertainment Committee Chairman. Junior Prom 3: Decoration Committee. Junior Prom 3: Refreshrnent Committee. Junior Prom 3: 51114170111 Crier el: Science Fair 2, 3. SUSAN HELEN JACKSON Sue . . . always smiling. always gay' . . . nnisically inclined . . . friend to .ill . . . physical education ttxicller. Basketball 2. -1: Senior Play tl: Softball 2. 3: Band 2. 3. 4: Gym Show 2. Il. -1-. V if 39 ' l I Qu, 'Lad ff. PAMELA ANN JOHNSON Pam . . . clothes make the woman . . . sweet trills in the chorus . . . makes friends easily . . . future secretary. Typist. Student Crier 3, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Candy Sale 2, Music Festival 2. MARGARET KENT JONES Peggy . . . small, snappy, sweet . . . automatic blush . . . red- headed riot . . . loves to laugh . . . modeling in her mind. Senior Play 4, Gym Show 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. -tx 'J '2- LINDA MARIE JOST Linda . . . a faithful frir-nd . . . superior student . . . diligent, dv-tv-rrninvd, and delightful . . . college. liand 3. -I: Biography and Verse Committee, Philo- llllllfl 1: Prornptr-r. Senior Play -143 Foreign Exchange lfinalist fi: A Cappella -l. JAMES F. JOY Jirnrny . . . witty and humorous . . . always with the answer . . . ho4ir1lf'r of u million and one surprises . . . constant jIf0f'filNllllAllUI' . . . rlrlslvciili-cl. .9 fkznzbrs, Ccupafzozzaf G 01yQre12 ces' LEO MICHAEL JACQUES Leo . . . well-informed and witty . . . original opinions . . . tall, silent, sincere . . . constant temperament . . . college. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4-g Massa- chusetts Boys' State Delegate 3, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Football I. CARL LEWIS J OHANNESEN Carl . . . where there's life, there's Carl . . . a buddy to all . . . one in a million . . . track man . . . college. fi MARLENE P. JONES Marlene . . . an abundance of friendship . . . winsome and shy . . . sugar 'n' spice . . . beautician. Marshal Ig Christmas Projects 2, 3, Glee Club 23 Red Cross 2. VIRGINIA CHARLENE JOSLIN Ginny . . . small and sincere . . . more bounce to the ounce . . . enthusiastic . . . a credit to any college. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ali us 122 COIZSI. 61722 y our Uocafzbzzs. EN WILLIAM F. KELLER Bill . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . the will to win . . always having a good time . . . a credit to any profession. Ticket Committee, Football Dance 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 "F", Christmas Projects 3. EDWARD JOHN KELLY Ed . . . quiet and well-mannered . . . sports enthusiast . . constant procrastinator . . . ever ready for fun . . . college. Glee Club 4. vw j DAVID C. KIRK Dave . . . tall, silent type . . . not a worry in the world . . . able student . . . sincere and sociable . . . college bound. 1 l Red Cross 3, 4. MARY P. KIRWAN Mary . . . quietly attractive . . . sincere and sweet . . . un shine follows her . . . fine future. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 1, 2, 3. Baseball Ll' Christmas Pro'ects 3, -lr, Science Fair 3, -1-g LEE J. KANE Lee . . . slim, smiling and swell . . . loves to laugh . . . witty personality . . . deserves the best . . . undecidc-rl. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Chairman 2, 3, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4. SIDNEY MURRAY KATZ Sid . . . tall, silent type . . . even disposition . . assorted abilities . . . a future to look forward to. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, J.. JAMES PAUL KELLY Jimmy . . . theres something about the Irish . . . world traveler . . . high spirited hockey player . . . money minder . . . college in his plans. Student Council 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 3: Class Treasurer 3, 4: Hockey 2. 3. 4 4'F',, Tennis I. 2. 3. 4 HF", Foreign Exchange Student 3. CAROL ANN KENNEY Carol . . . friendly, frolicsome, fun . . . honorable student . . . naturally swell . . . u bright futurc. Ticket Committee, Senior Play -lg Clee Club 2. -1, Christmas Projects 2. 'es 3 lr .fl f jfe 1' ea qfspen 02? X59 summer a rod ROBERT KEVIN KNIGHT Bob . . . an industrious air about him . . . determined and dogged will . . . a New Hampshirite . . . intrigued by aviation . . . Air Force. Student Council l: Vocational Marshal -1: Rotary Luncheon Award 4: Vocational Student Activities Committee 2: Christmas Projects 4. BARBARA KOMOLA Koko . . . exery corner is a goal . . . Hr. Nleegans mana er . . . always smiling. always gay . . . saucy secretary. Student Crier 2. 3. lg Field Hockey l, 2. 3 "Fw, Chairman. Science Fair 2, 3, -lg Publicity Committee, Senior Play 4: Chairman, Christmas Family Project 2. -J' -ff Q vcr EDMOND F. LaROSE, JR. Ed . . . genial and genuine . . . competent with cars . . . amicable and admirable . . . capable to enter college. Football lg Science Fair l. 2: Christmas Projects 2, 3, -l. CAROL ANN LAVALLEE Carol . . . poetic flair . . . blonde. blue-eyed, beautiful . . smart, sincere, sweet . . . snappy secretary. Senior Class Secretary el-: Student Council 3, -lg Student Crier 3. 4, Typist. Plzilomath -lg A Cappella 3, 4. ? fd 1 1 .- 10 EDWARD F. LANE, JR. Ed . . . reserved and conscientious . . . a friend to all . . quiet, yet congenial . . . further schooling. Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4. PETER JOSEPH LAQUIDARA Pete . . . one swell guy . . . small, but powerful . . . always ready with an answer . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ff, I - ff W JANICE E. LAVERS Janice . . . sincere and friendly . . . silence is the word . . . a pleasure- to know . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 3, lg Candy Sale 2, Decorating Committee. Junior Prom 3. GLORIA LEAO Glo . . . tlaffy but delightful . . . making everybody laugh . . personality plus . . . born to be a clown . . . secretary. Basketball 21 Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 33 Decoration Committee. Football Dance 3, Clee Club l, 2. 3: Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. appealed fo would-be Qforezyn Oprah angers. MARSTON LEONARD Marston . . . clear-headed, serious-minded . . an artist in his own right . . . results prove his point . . . reward will surely come. Art Staff, Philomath 4, Decoration Committee, ,lunjor Prom 3, Cross Country and Track 4, Science Fair 2, fig Art Staff, Senior Play 4. LAWRENCE EUGENE LEVEILLE Larry . . . agile acrobat . . . always out to have a good time . . . one of the class clowns . . . looking forward to the future. Refreshment Committee, ,lunior Prom 3, Science Fair 2, 3g Gym Team 2, 3, 4. .--Q5 PATRICIA MAY LIBBY Pat . . . sweet and easy going . . . no trouble finding friends . . . ladylike . . . cute and coy . . . marriage. Candy Sale 4, Chairman, Salvation Army Projects 4, Typist, Student Crier 3. GEORGE MICHAEL LINDSEY Mike . . . long, lean, and likeable . . . crack shot with a 16 gauge . . . rest, work, rest . . . quiet personality . . . college man. Basketball I, 2. gl 'wk 44 H- 'Z' lEAN CAROL LEVINE ,leanie . . . dynamic doll of the megaphone . . . always having a ball . . . a leader of much cheer and excitement . . . college bound. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain HF", Chairman, Decorating Committee, Football Dance 2, 3, 4, Chairman, Candy Sale 3, -I. JAMES PRESTON LEVYA ,lim . . . easy mannerisms . . . acknowledged authority on ballistics . . . quick and easy smile . . . right caliber for college. Science Fair 2, 3, LI, Industrial Arts Fair 4, Program Committee, Spanish Club fl-. JOSEPH LOMBARDI .loe . . . sports enthusiast . . . right word at the right time . . . sometimes preoccupied moods . . . Air Force. Senior transfer from Boston English. Christmas Proj- ects 4-, Candy Sale -I. DONALD A. LORTON Don . . . will to win . . . witty and humorous . . . nucr .ay die . . . college bound. Football Manager 2: Senior Play -l: Christmas Proj- ects 3g Science Fair 2, 3, vi. 12 Way, many gras accepfeofffe cgaf -,gf EDWARD G. LYNCH, JR. Eddie . . . friendly temperament . . . life of the party . . . nexer a dull moment . . . college. Christmas Projects 2, 3g Hockey 2, Decoration Com- mittee. Junior Prom 3g Science Fair 2, 3. JEAN MARIE MacCARTHY Jeannie . . , short and sweet . . . silence is golden . . . blonde and bashful . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 3, 4. ,car 4-0 'S' Al,I"RElJ A. MACCHI Fri-il . A driu- and di-tcrmiimtion , . . power on the ire and gridiron . . . ambition has no rcsl . . . dcsiru: dctcrlnincs sur- 4-i- --. ..Il1'Illlsl. Football l. 2. Zi. l "lm: llockey l. 15.1 MF", Base- ball I. 2: Sports Comniittee. lvlfllllllllfll -l-: Refresh- ment floinniittcc. Junior l'ron1 3. Cl,ENll'fN'l'lNl'l NlAGClOllE f.l4'lll . . . sunny, -tw.-I and xii-ry ni-.it . xi quick, light step mtl: lol- ol pi-p . . . .1 flu-ndly suuli- for 1'Xk'I'y0ll1' . . . .4-4lv'l.iIN. 'llypi-I. .gfllllfllf I,'ri1'r 3: flllI'lSllllLlS Projects 2. 3, -lt. 44 ARTHUR EVERETT LOUNSBURY Arch , . . a funny manner about him . . . cars cars cars seldom serious . . . operates on the spur of the moment undecided. ROBERT LOVERING Bob . . . seldom serious . . . constantly concoctm cltemes a joking pessimist . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. A9 Y 45.6- ,lf--. ALBERT L. MacDONALD, JR Mac . . . witty personality . . . ready, willing, and able word for everyone . . . wise in his ways . . . undecided Cllristmas Projects 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 2 NANCY ANN MacDONALD Nan . . . neat 'n' nifty . . . abounds in ability naturally sweet . . . interested in all . . . I.B.M Christmas Projects 2, 3. fi ezzye gf 0 Qye J 0ar0fCrjXa1221k2af1o12.9. grffl' . .-af' LEONARD HENRY MALINOSKI Lennie . . . easy going, good-natured . . . yearns 'for Palm Beach . . . a singer . . . improved efficiency . . . tool and die maker. Glee Club 4, Vocational Christmas Projects 4, Voca- tional Student Activities 4g Vocational Bowling 4, Vocational Fishing Club 4. ROSARIE J. MANISCALCO Rosy . . . quiet and sincere . . . brings music to life . . . a girl that's for the white and blue . . . college. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Cappella 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Northeastern District Chorus 4. 'i:"':f JOANNE E. MANZELLA .lo . . . always sunny, always sweet . . . small but dynamic . . . the mark of honesty and responsibility . . . the finest future. Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 4, Clee Club 2. JAMES A. MARCO-LONGO Marco . . . quiet and congenial . . success scholastically . . . collector of oriental art . . . artistic ability . . . future orien- tologist. Science Fair 2, 3, Set Design, Senior Play, Cap and Gown Committee 3, Home Room Chairman, Red Cross 2, Art Festival 2. ROBERT W. NIACNER Mug . . . Olds sewing lnzicliine lJllllflf'l' . . . aspire- to lu- li Routt- 30 runner . . . an annoying itlva . . . wants to wipi- out Clievitfs . . . to uttwntl W1-ntoortli Institute. Plymouth Contest 3: Vocational Fishing Club 3. l: Christmas Projects 3. .lag Vocational Rowling: Club 3. -l: Vocational Rasketball 2. Wll,l.lAlVl T. MACUIRE llill . . . tlif-rel mischief in tliut boy . . . lint- vsirv . . . loquurious, liglitlieaded furtnf-r . . . always able- . . . undr- cided. Christmas Projects 2. 3: Candy Sale 2. '- . 62,5 .Jul -ut ANDRES MANRING Andy . . . success scliolastically . . . scientifically inclined . . . a mind wanted by many people . . . dares to be different . . . college. Art Editor, Studefzt Crier 4, Chess Club 33 Senior Play, Math Club 4. DOROTHY J. MANSFIELD Dottie . . . willing and well-mannered . . . makes friends very easily . . . helpful and hospitable . . . a valuable secretary to her boss. Clee Club 2, 3, Christmas Projects 3. . some oocafzonafsfuknfs ezyoye MARIE N. MARQUES Marie . . . small and peppy . . . good pal to all . . . person ality plus . . . nurse. Nlal-:eup Committee. Senior Play 4: Christmas Proj- ects 2. 3. -l: Candy Sale 2. 3: Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Science Fair 2. MARIE A. MARTIN Marty . . . 1 yen for bowling . . . marathon chatterer . . . cute and perky . . . neat dresser . . . smile for everyone . . . hair- dresser. Bowling 4: Gym Show 4, Music Festival 4, Clee Club 4, Candy Sale 4. 1 '--sr DANA L. MASKELL Dana . . -. everyb0dy's buddy . . . dares to be different . . . better late than never . . . witty, well groomed, independent . . . undecided. Track I, Baseball, Manager 2, Cross Country I, 2, Christmas Projects 2, 4, Refreshment Committee, ,lunior Prom 3. CARLA MASON Carla . . . quiet but nice . , . sweet and easy going . . . deter- mination at its best . . . undecided as yet. Candy Sale 2. 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3. at 54' H' 5 'f-Put -My PATRICIA E. MARTINO Patsy . . . a model of charm . . . talent of expression . . . perfection and poise . . . a friend worth finding . . . a suc- cessful future. Senior Play 4, Decoration Committee, Football Dance 4, Chairman Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Honorable Mention, Science Fair 2, Homeroom Red Cross Representative 3. IRENE C. MARTINS Irene . . . light-hearted, loquacious . . . a heart full of joy . . . apt to be critical . . . genial, genuine . . . a future that's sunny. Senior Play 4, Bowling 4, Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Projects 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman, Red Cross 2. g-is MAUREEN LOUISE MCCLELLAN Moc . . . good things come in small packages . . . a sweet little miss . . . always gay . . . bright future ahead of her. Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 2, 4, Clee Club I 2 3 l 1 s'ei" MARGARET ANNE lVlcDONALD Peggy . . . pleasant smile for all . . . sincere and quiet . . . petite and pretty . . . sports for pleasure . . . nursing. Program Committee, Senior Play 4, Christmas Proj- ects 3. -l-. F-. K.. success af ffe grain zc jrfs Zzsp ay. GAIL MARIE McGUINNESS Gail . . . walking color chart . . . meeting celebrities . . . model material . . . variety is the spice of life . . . undecided. Glee Club 2, 3, Christmas Projects, 2, 3. ALAN F. MCINTYRE Alan . . . tall, silent type . . . genial and genuine . . long, lean, likeable . . . future college man. Christmas Projects 3, Science Fair 41. DONALD J. McNALLY Donnie . . . diligent, definite and dependable . . . quiet and shy . . . lackadaisical ways . . . Marines. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4-. PAUL J. McNEIL Paul . . . always on the go . . . not a serious bone in his body . . . always out to have a good time . . . undecided. Science Fair 2g Glee Club 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Track 2. 'fr' X Q ai . , VF 2 ., , 'Z I. F, , f ,.. ,. ith' - 4 Q I ,Q , 'I CHARLES J. MCKERNAN, JR. Chuck . . . chief fly catcher . . . class gunsmith . . . a stranger to the task . . . the animal hunter . . . game warden. Track 1, Hockey 1, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, 3, 43 Vocational Bowling League 3g Vocational Rifle Team 2. ROBERT F. MCKINNON Mac . . . rod designer . . . majored in building passes . . . good student . . . liked by one and all . . . first man to the moon. Bowling 3, 11-g Vocational Activities Committee 3. .1-r u I GEORGE RONALD MERCIER Merc , . . the world is a stage . . . tall and dark . . . aims at being amiable . . . sights set on stars . . . theater is his attraction. , Football 1: Clee Club 3, 4. DIANA LEA MINEZZI Diana . . . a smile wins many friends . . . responsible and reliable. . . spirited and sociable . . . secretary. . Pep Squad 2: Bowling 1. C759 Csczence 1112 eam 50012 a rezzowzze ...auf vp? WILLIAM HENRY MORDO, JR. Bill . . . crazy about cars . . . a lazy smile . . . nautical knack . . . enjoys science and shop . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2. 3. 4. SL' ELLEN C. MORRILL THOMAS E. MOLONEY Tom . . . cordial and considerate . . . alert academically . . . assiduous and affable . . . credit to any college. Senior Play 4: Refreshment Committee. Harvest Hop 2g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 2. PRISCILLA JANE MORAN Cilla . , . pleasant personality . . . cute and charming . talented tennis player . . . secretary. Typist. Student Crier 3g Glee Club 4. 1,34- . , 'I Suellen small cute and fuiet a revular Juliet . . . 'C . c . . . . , 1 . 5 sparkling eyes, sparkling smile . . . undecided. Science Fair 2: Candy Sale 2, 33 Clee Club 2, 3g Music Festival 3. "Ea . Sv' Ll-ION A X IIRICW N.'XjARI.fXY l.onni4- . . . lotjuaviolls. lixr-ly. likeable . . . surf- Sllcrlz . . . .tlx-.ays has Ins slitlt- llllt' . . . ar4'ltitwtltt't- alicawl. 4 L 1 ll nilc 'Xil Staff. lilll-lfllllfllll I: filirisltnas l'rojn't'ls -l: 'limits- lvr from lxa-I l,l"lXl4ll'llf'f' lllgh. il: THOMAS JOSEPH MOZDIEZ Tommy . . a skater terrific . . . short. blond. and sensational . . . you can't trust them all . . . ladies prefer blondes . . . sailing ovcr the bounding main . . . service. Christmas Projects 2. 3. 4: Science Fair 2g Hockey 2, 3. SUSAN FORDHAM MULLERS Sue . . . a warm he-art reflects her personality . . . loves to skate . . . sunny, sm-ct. and sincere . . . secretary. Christmas Projects tl-. tmicxox tx. xtxltotxi li , . . .-I Q., lm-till.: . . . IHH x-.owls .i niinulv l1olxju'ul'lI1'l'. , . laugh .lllli 3 Ilnf- uoilil laughs mill: you . . . willy and niflv--rye-tl -'flf'I.1i'.. 'lixjvi-I. lvlllllllllllffl I: lxjnisl. 5111111-nl I.'ll'l'l l: blea- flult J. .,: lit-tl law.-s ll:-jvi't-st-itlatliw 2. lllogra :intl hi4'lS4' ff:-nnnill1'u'. pllllllllllfllll ill. phj 48 C ampzofzs ILU 122 a feQ01Qs1o12 compefzfzbn. GEORGE DOUGLAS NEWTON George . . . enjoys life and laughter . . . dresses to perfec- tion . . . procrastination at its best . . . quiet but sincere . . . art school. ' Gym Team 35 Cross Country 2g Refreshment Commit- tee, Student Council Dance lg Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 4. CURTIS A. M. NGAU Curt . . . artistic talent . . . scholastically capable . . . worthy of everyone's admiration . . . quick with the quips . . . college bound. Art Editor, Philomath 4-3 Art Editor, Student Crier 3, N.E.S.P.A. Delegate 43 Set Design, Senior Play 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. ll JOHN WALTER NORDFELDT John . . . easy-going and shy . . . effortless grin . . one of the Sherborn gang . . . undecided. BERNADETTE ROSE NORTON Bunnie . . . can always be seen in her green Chevrolet . . . sweet and sincere . . . always willing to help out . . . unde- cided. Student Council lg Bowling 3, 4, Homeroom Chair- man, Christmas Family Projects 2. YANOS A. NRM ETH Yanos . . . an eye for an cyeful . . . strength in his mind and body . . . a credit to our class . . . undecided. Track l, 2, 3, 4 HFC, Gym Team l, 2, 3-1. Captain -lg Student Council 2, 3, ig Chairman, Christmas Pub- licity fill Science Fair 2. 3. 4. MARIE L. NEWHALL Marie . . . tiny and terrific . . . blushing all the time . . . sunshine will always come her way . . . sinr-ere frif-nd to all . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3, Candy Sale 2. 10 -ul ROBERT NOBILINI Bob . . . considerate and complacent . . . silent. una umm manner . . . "Noble" is his name . . . college. Science Fair 2, 3, -lg Christmas Projects 2. 3. CARL O. NORBY Carl . . . loaded with laughs . . . out for a good time . . . not a worry in the world . . . a lasting friend . . . undecided. Band l, 2, Christmas Projects l. 2. 3. 4g Science Fair 2, 3. 4"'? Qzrzky eoenzkzj YI ay 13, 1960, 01112 WILLIAM I. NOVAK Bear . . . personality that can't be beat . . . top answering . . . record breaker . . . law and order prevails . . . to own a '40 pickup and lu go to Xlaska. Hockey I: Christmas Projects l: Vocational Mar- shal 3. WALTER RICHARD NUTTING Walt . . . llluslt' man . . . finds fun in fishing . . . agile acrobat . . . mlrummer boy . . . ambition for Air Force. Gym Team 3. 4: Band 2. 3. -l: Senior Play -lg Christmas Projects 2. 3. -l. aff 'Ali' iii!-'K-' A -' 4'-5 'Nl , ,z u vlhv-I 'M ff ' 'L ... ff. rv.. rf -KU' v, JL...--Q XIASAKO OKAMI Klissi . . . fri:-nvlly and lun-loiing . . . pleasing pianist . . sunshine follows her . . . our merry friend from japan . . college-bound. Student Council 4: Biography ancl Verse Committee. P,ll.10l710fll l: Foreign Exchange Student -l. WILLIAM HOWE OLDACH Hill . . . popular . . . a hunmlr:-tl ways to make you smile . . . wr-ll known anrl easily lilo-fl . . . music man . . . college. . i ,Q 3 ""f? 'nk NANCY COURTNEY O'CONNELL Nancy . . . beneath her serenity lies much devilment . . . friendly, troublesome, fun . . . makes the best of everything . . . airline secretary. Clee Club 2, 4g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. KAREN FISCHER OESTERLING Karen . . . earnest and intense when tackling any task . . , reliable and sincere . . . play prompter . . . a career in teach- mg. Junior Varsity Basketball 43 Chairman, Christmas Projects 2. 3. -lg Glee Club 2, 33 Senior Play 4. 2 rf' Aid 45 JOHN J. OLENICK ,lohn . . . an easy air aml manner about him . . . a hug on ears . . . always with tht- "gang" . . . a springer of many 5llI'ltl'lSl'S . . . llIItll't'ltll'll. Christmas Projects l-. RICIIARIJ R. OLIN llick . . . ont- ol the greatest . . . warin-lwarlm-rl anal strong- nnimlml. always eager to aitl . . . llllsvllisll. uuaffe-cted, un- assuniing . . . prim-sl. Ilymuastics l. 2. 3. I: Baseball l: Christmas Proj- ects 2. 3. lg Dem-orations Committee, Football llama' -l. V7 Us 122 our own ff awazkdn fara 1557 RICHARD S. OLSON Dickie . . sincerity gains success . . . one of our leaders . . . witted, and Willing to work . . . jovial joker . . . a college student. Vice-President vig Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 44. RUTH ANN ORSER Ruthy . . . talkative and friendly . . . varied interests . . reliable and willing . . . future secretary. Typist, Student Crier 3g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Girls' Clee Club 4, Usher, Senior Play 4. it IQ' adv' JANICE LOUISE PASCIUTI Charlie . . . friendly and frolicsome . . . peppy pianist . . . vivacious and vibrant . . . bent on business and music. A Cappella 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2g Cym Show 2. LARRY D. PAYNE Larry . . . a tone of determination . . . friendly to all . . . almost basliful . . . college bound. Basketball I, 2, 4- MF", Baseball 1, 3. -GQ 905 I .4 CLEMENT A. OUELLETTE Clem . . . a zany humor . . . personality that can't be beat . . man of many moods . . . mf-chanicallysminded . . . career in the Air Force. Christmas Projects 2. DONNA MARIE PALANZI Donna . . . daffy, delightful and diligent . . . naturally friendly . . . big, beautiful eyes . . . live wire and lighthearted . . . secretary. Biography and Verse Committee. Pliilomatlz Al, En- tertainment Committee, Junior Prom 33 Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Projects 2, ig Candy Sale 2, 33 Science Fair 2. CLARE AN N PENSIERO Clare . . . not as a stranger . . . laughter in her eyes . bright and xivacious . . . wt-ll known and easily liked . . college. Biography and Verse Committee. Plziloniafli 1: Senior Play -lg Cleo Club lr: Candy Sale -1: Christmas Proj- ects -la. SANIJILX ICLOISIC PI-QPI Sandy . . . a continuous cliattert-r . . . lioardcr of .1 hundred surprises . . . a touch of the artist . . . college. Clee Club lt: Chess Club fl: Christmas ll'i'o-jects 3, rl. I2 ffe if Clllfg a new a mzhzafrafzon af ii AQ v ,Ji- WILLIAM MI DDLETON PHILLIPS Bill . . . pleasure beforc business . . . cheerful and merry . . ardent athlete-. . . herc-'s youth and devil, tool . . . college. Football l. 2, 4 "F", Basketball I, 2. 3, -I HF", C0- captain -l: Baseball 1, 2, 3, -L WFP, Advertising Com- mittee. Student Council Dance lg Refreshment Com- mittee. Junior Prom 3. PHILIP J. PILLARELLA Flash . . . always eases out of trouble . . I sharp dresser . . oversccr of the girls . . . friendly personality . . . Air Force. Vocational Student Government Day Representative L1-g Vocational Fishing Trip 2: Bowling League 4, Christ- mas Projects 3. slg Vocational Rifle Club 2. 'Y A .. ,f fx R Tuff' fi ll-IA N I.. RABBETTE Rabbitts . . . perky. pe-titc, pretty . . . tempt-st at typing . . . alway- willing: . . . 1-1-ntt-r of turmoil . . . secretary. Cleo Club l. 2. 3. I: Bowling 3: Basketball 2, Typist, Sflnfwlll ffrlrr fl. NlARCAlll'i'l' ANN RASICUT l't-guy . . It-rrifit' twirl1'r . . . lu-r hair is hcr crowning glory . . . va-rw and vitality . . . fricnrlly school spirit . . . marriage. Nlajorcttt- 2. fi. l: Clcc Club 2. 3. I: Christmas Proj- 4'f'lS .i. tl. ROBERT J. PERRY Bob . . . theres always time for a joke . . . a crowning per- sonality . . . "Live, laugh, be merry" . . . it takes will to win . . . undecided. Football I. 2, 3. 4 "F',g Basketball I, 2, Patrol Com- mittee. Student Council Dance 2, Ticket Committee, Football Dance 33 Red Cross Chairman 3. KENNETH PETERSON Ken . . . a lot of chuckles . . . talking in circles . . . long, lean, likeable . . . 3-shift Casanova . . . undecided. Glee Club 2, -lg Red Cross 3, Music Festival 2, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3. ...lv MARILYN LEE PRATT Marilyn . . . friendship is a virtue . . . life is a beautiful song . . . lots of fun . . . clever and considerate . . . college. A Cappella 3, -lg Music Festival 3, 4g Science Fair 2, 3, 4, District Choir 4, All-State Choir 41-. SUSAN FRANCES QUIRK Sue . . blonde hair is an asset . . . newsy and nonchalant . . . spirited, sociable and special . . . teaching. Junior Steering Committee 3: Business Committee 3, -1-3 Junior Red Cross Executive Committee 2, 3, 4, Manager, Senior Play -lg Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. r ri of :fur fge 542622, we were QI2IC!15'.!.!.! KAREN M. RENDELL Karen . . . quiet and sincere personality . . . a special shy smile . . . almost bashful . . . a winning way . . . college. Ticket Committee, Senior Play 4, Clee Club 3, 49 Ad- vertising Committee, Student Publications 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2g Science Fair 2, 3. WILLIAM RICHARD RENO Bill . . . Mr. President . . . voice of golden tone . . a symbol of achievement . . follow the leader . . . choice of many a college. Senior Class President 4, Student Council 3, 4g Base- ball l, 2, 3, 4 4'F,'g Basketball I, 2, 4 "F", Senior Play 4. KATHLEEN A. RICKARD Kathy . . . our leading lady . . . friendliness is the secret of success . . . pleasantly optimistic . . . deft and dependable . . . nurse. I Senior Play 4, A Cappella 43 Tumbling Team 3, 4, Library Service Club 43 Decoration Committee, ,lunior Prom 3. PAULA E. RITZ Bisquit . . . always free with the quips . . . a mind all her own . . . as easy going as they come . . . considerate and con- cerned . . . retailing and merchandising. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 43 Deco- ration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Girls, Basketball Manager 3 MF", Properties, Senior Play 4, Usherette, Senior Play 4. JOHN RATCHFORD .lohn . . . his manner makes him interesting . a man of few words . . . car crazy . . . engineer. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS JOHN RAYMOND Doug . . . Mr. Innocent . . . shy one . . . class Iifesaver . . . honor roll material . . . from Marlboro to the Foreign Legion. Christmas Projects 4, Clee Club 2, Vocational Student Activity Committee 3, Rotary Club Luncheon 1. ., WW, fi 4'-7' -ff? 'WH 1 i SHIRLEY F. RIBOTTO Shirley . . . a patient personality . . . delightfully genume top-notch disposition . . . shy, but special, smile . . un decided. Clee Club 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN FRANCIS RICHARDS Steve . . . tall and thin . . . many words for everyone . . . a center in the court . . . library is his second home . . . college. Football 1. 2: Basketball I, 2. 3, 4 "Fu: Baseball I. 2: Colf 3, 4 "F"g Decoration Committee, junior Prom 3. Q 122 froofzce our C 01722122 y 01Qs'1f0f'fQ'0122 PATRICIA GORDON ROBB Pat . . . sophistication, scholarship, secretary . . . poised, pretty, peppy . . . college for her. A Cappella 3, 'lg Glee Club 3. MARIE HELEN ROSSI Marie . . . a top-notch disposition . . . a continuous conver- sationalist . . . on the tiny side . . . further schooling. Gym Show 3: Homeroom Chairman, Red Cross 3, Basketball 1, 2: Christmas Projects 2, 3, -Ig Science Fair 3. I Y S:5fiaL-sg5.- A. EARLE D. RYDER Bucky . . . ample in size and spirit . . . figure of friendliness . . . earnest and energetic worker . . . bright future . . . un- decided. Baseball 2, 3, 4 "F", Football 4 "Fw, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, -I. LARRY RYLEY Larry . . . rest, rest. rest . . . seldom serious . . . procrastina- tion is his middle name . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2. 3, -I-g Baseball 2, 3. I .1 N tl f . - I f 'Cf Hkx, . f -X 'Eli E 'lr.uQ PATRICIA L. ROUSSEAU Pat . . . an example of perpetual motion . . . lively devil-may- care . . . vivacious individual . . . bright future. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN RYAN Boobs . . . dares to be different . . . sets a fine coiffeur . . lots 'n' lots of laughs . . . college bound. Student Council 23 Glee Club I, 2. RICHARD ST. LAURENT Dick . . . our own Canadian . . . bombing around in the fire truck . . . quiet but tres nice . . . some branch of service. Christmas Projects 2, 3, -Ig Gym Show 3, Track lg Science Fair 2. GERALD J. SABOURIN Squeaky . . . the ideal fender wrinkler . . . master repairer of cars . . . looking for his Juliet . . . excels in English . . . to bc a success. Glee Club -lv: Christmas Projects 3, Vocational Bas- ketball 2: Vocational Fishing Club 3, 4, Vocational Bowling 2. K.. japan fo if uazhf jmerzean Cusfoms 77. . GEORGE C. SALAK Say . . . "What, are you kiddin'?" . . . a whiz on the ice . . . good looking Nordic . . . the way to a woman's heart . . . bound for college. Hockey 1, 2, 3, -L 'GFN3 Marshal 33 Decoration Com- mittee, Junior Prom 33 Ticket Committee, Harvest Hop 23 Football I. GEORGIA MERLE SALESON Georgia . . . a meticulous student . . . ardent Flyer fan . . . sunny disposition . . . popular with the gang . . . college bound. Picture Editor, Philomath LL3 Student Crier 2, 3g Senior Play 43 A Cappella 3, 4g ,lunior Steering Committee 3. an--HIT GEORGE W. SOUPE, JR. Buddy . . . lackadaisical ways . . . dancing feet . . . jazz . . . never a dull moment . . . undecided. Decoration Committee, ,lunior Prom 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 3. RICHARD C. SAWASH Indian . . . the wild one . . . his volume always turned up . . . willing worker and helper . . . game hunter. Christmas Projects 2, 33 Vocational Deep Sea Fishing Club 2, 3g Vocational Bowling Club 2, 3g Vocational Rifle Club 2. 61. E. .4 E Z '. .aim ' ' of -15 N '-7' JUDITH E. SANTORO Judy . . . charming and cheerful . . . scholastieally inclined . . . spirited and soc-iable . . . neat 'n' nifty . . . bound for college. Basketball 3, 43 Biography and Verse Committee, Plzilomath 43 Steering Committee, Junior Prom 33 Usher, Graduation 33 Advertising Staff sl. DOUGLAS ION SAUNDERS Twinkle Toes . . . gambler . . . class sound man . . . the fearless one . . . easy manner . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Vocational Fishing Club 3: Glee Club 2g Vocational Bowling 3, 4. 11' 4 BARBARA RUTH SAWYER Ruthie . . . cute 'ri' sweet and very neat . . . sparkles like a star . . . considerate, Clever and casual . . . one of our ,lunior leaders . . . pliysiotherapist. Student Council -1-3 ,lunior Class Secretary' 3: Student Crier 3. -lr: Christmas Projects 2. 3. sl: junior Prom Steering Committee 3. BARBARA JEAN SCIIALLER Barbie . . . one of the "Sl1erbornites" . . . a smile for everyom . . . beaming personality . . . a striking dresser . . . college. Christmas Projects 2. 3. l: Glee Club 2. 3. sl: Gym Show 3. -l: Candy Sale 2: Seienee Pair 2. 3. 'l. . .sac as gQaf1lr2y fge geeaffqnen zlrz ALLAN REED SCOTT Scotty . . . light-headed and likeable . . . scientifically minded . . . a hard worker . . . everybody's pal . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, lg Candy Sale 2, 3g Science Fair 2, 3. GUY WESLEY SEE Guy . . . seldom serious . . . flutters female hearts . . . con- tinuous conversationalist . . .Marines Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Home Room Chairman 3. JOHN SEEKINCS lock . . . deliberate and dependable . . . mathematically minded . . . genial and genuine . . . credit to any college . . . undecided. Q flu' Christmas Projects 2, 3. ig Science Fair 2, 3. 43 Track 0 It 3. 4 4'F": Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3. CAROL ANNE SEYMOUR Carol . . . powerhouse . . . athletics and amiability combined . . . tall and talkative . . . virtuous but vivacious . . . teacher. A Basketball 3. -L "F"g Marshal lg Senior Play 43 Art Staff. Plzilomatlz 4. FRANK ROGERS SHERMAN Frank . . . always having a ball . . athletically able . . peppery . . . interested in various fields . . . Marines. - Football 1, 2, 3 4 'gFwg Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. MELVIN SHERR Mel . . . quick with a joke . . . usually found in Nellybelle . . where there's Mel there's life . . . business management. Christmas Projects 2. 3, -I-1 Candy Sale 3g Refresh- ment Committee, Football Dance 2. BARR Y AI.l.EN SHORE llutrli . . . caislll cars!! cars! . . . crafty and cool . . alum- out ln Imu- 1 growl llllll' . . m-vcr a dull inomr-nl . . llllsllll'-N4 . iiilllflt Sala' 2. fl. l: Science Fair 2. 3: Christmas I l,l'l'j1'f'lS 2. fi. l. llflkkflllll lllllfXN Sllfllllf llukuir' . . . Xu bold dv- I.: rm-1' . . . lively, lilwalilc . . . man mill: Ili-N six . . . l.ilk.ilix'- . . . lun lo lu- uilll . . . a llard XW'll'U'l' . . . bn-im's- 1l1llIIllllSlllllUl'. llaml 2. fi. l: 5:-nior Play l: Sc-iciicc Fair 2. 3. -l-1 I filll'isIHI:ls liojwl- 2. fl: lliograpliy and Va-rsc Com- millm-. ljlllllllllllffl l. 56 our anfzzzaf fjurfey f ay encounfezi ROBERT PAUL SIMPSON ' Suit . . . one great guy . . . anything for a laugh . . . 5 tons of fun . . . bookkeeper. Homeroom Chairman, Junior Red Cross 3g Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Homeroom Chairman, Family Projects 4. JOHN ELMER SIMS, JR. John . . . tall and silent . . . crazy over cars . . calm, cool and collected . . . a credit to Uncle Sam . . . service. Christmas Projects 4. 12,53 KAREN ELIZABETH SMITH Karen . . . short 'n' sweet . . . a lover of horses . . . always a helping hand . . . understanding heart . . . college bound. Christmas Projects 2, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, Science Fair 2, 43 Library Service Club 3, Picture Committee, Junior Prom 3. RICHARD S. SMITH Dick . . . a man of many moods . . . a good work for every- one . . . ready with the right answer . . . handsome and shy . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN DANIEL SIMON Steve . . . big-hearted brute of the stage . . . hillbilly raring to go . . . powerful build . . . kind hearted and ready to help . . . bright future lies ahead. ,lunior Red Cross lg Science Fair 2, 3, Senior Play 4. JOANN F. SIMPSON Jojo . . . loves to laugh . . . more bounce to the ounce . . sugar 'n' spice . . . lots 'n' lots of laughs . . . undecided. Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. J A MARY ANN SLATKAVITZ Mary . . . quiet, likeable . . . silence is golden . . . always a pleasant smile . . . Secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Clee Club -lg Music Fes- tival 4. JUDITH ANN SMITH Judy . . . kind and cute as can be . . . petite, tidy, and trim . . . eager to listen, eager to learn . . . pleasant personality . . . bright future. Science Fair 2, Typist, Student Crier -lg Set Design, Senior Play 4. N .Q, . f F1- 1 El' . Q. 4 I Wany .sezzzbrs woue fjfe f7frea0f fjfaf ROBERT D. SMITH Bob . . . a friendly man . . . a striking manner, a top notch disposition . . . undecided as yet. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2. ROBERT W. SMITH Bob . . . silence is golden . . . an honest boy is the noblest . . . free with a football . . . the real thing . . . oh, what a future! Christmas Projects 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN SOBIESKI Pat . . . quick wit . . . athletic inclination . . . 100 words a minute-no typewriter . . . a chatterer . . . promising future. Christmas Projects 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3. ALISON VICTORIA SOLOMON Alison . . . rare and radiant . . . marvelous model . . . long live the English . . . easy to like . . . credit to any school. Senior Play -lg Gym Show 2, Christmas Projects 3, 4. THOMAS O. SMITH Smitty . . . 4'May I have a pass?" . . . down with the Demos . . . great sportsman . . . technician. Christmas Projects 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 49 Vocational Basketball 2, 3, Vocational Bowling 2, 3, Vocational Fishing Club 3, 4. SUSAN HOLLY SNOW Sue . . . sincere smiles . . . mild curiosity . . . musically minded . . . fabulous friend to all . . . teacher. Picture Committee, Philomath 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Decoration Committee, Football Dance 4, Steering Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. 'r I CHARLES F. SPINAZOLA, JR. "Chickie" . . . "lit-ad" of the junior class . . . music man . . . classroom clown . . . college bound. Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Track I, 2, 35 Christmas Projects 2, 3, -li, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. ALICE LILLIAN STEARNS Alice . . . "Small and shy, but oh my!" . . . just right for ,lenny . . . energetic and eager . . . further schooling. Science Fair 2. 3, Senior Play -I-3 Clee Club 2. 11125 C50 rue zlnfo a zlnzlsfeofpro ucfzbzz. SUSAN ELLEN STILLER Suzie . . . winning ways . . . musically magnificent . . . speaks superbly . . . lively, likeable, loquacious . . . on to college. Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Projects 3, 4: Deco- ration Committee, Football Dance 4, Homeroom Chairman, Red Cross 3: Decoration Committee, Stu- dent Council Dance 3. ELLEN RUTH STONEHOUSE Ellen . . . her smile, her humor both untold . . .photographer's model . . . artistically able . . . willing to help . . . secretary. Typist, Student Crier 3, Typist, Philomath 4: Marshal Ig Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. .' A, ' 'fl' JOSEPH J. SULLIVAN .loe . . . successful scholar . . . congenial conversationalist . . . even disposition . . . concerned archeologist. Drama Club 4. PETER B. SWEENEY Pete . . . Mr. Studious . . . Mr. Ambitious . . . "The Irish Kid" . . . always arguing . . . always has the good word . . . ready to retire at the age of 25. Vocational Marshal 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Vocational Fishing Trip 3, 4: Bowling League 2, 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4. -Q -475 """'v 'W 17' It l DONNA ELAINE STONER Donna . . . friendliness is her middle name . . . a smile for everyone . . . generous and unselfish . . . undecided as yet. Stage Manager, Senior Play 45 Typist, Philomath 4, Glee Club 4. GEORGE M. STORY George . . . mechanically inclined . . . cars, cars, cars sports and sportsmanship . . . a lady's man . . . business 9 'Q-1 .IA ln' . sf Vs ! JEREMY FRED SWETT .lay . . . lively and likeable . . . accomplislnnent is his motto . . . diligent and dextcrous . . . connnendable for college. Senior Play 4: Work and Display Committee. Christ- mas Projects 4: Science Fair 2. 3. 4: Student Council I: Christmas Projects 2. 3. 4. VALERIE A. TAET Val . . . sweet and sincere . . . :1 friend to all . . . :ilways thinking of the ncxt person . . . widc-cycd and wistful . . . college bound. Biography and Verse Committee. Plrilanzarh al: Senior Play -lg Usherette. ,lunior Prom 3: Refreslnnent CODI- mittee. ,lunior Prom 3: Science Fair 3. el. SGIlll-FlIl8l- ist 3. Huggy ,ew 1. abt RICHARD RAYMON D THISTLE Dickie . . . rollicking and rambunctious . . . good things come in little packages . . . always good for a laugh . . . un- decided. Basketball I. 2: Football Manager 2, 3: Decorating Committee. Junior Prom 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3, el: Candy Sale 2. 3. 4. JACKSON CHARLES THOMAS Jack . . . airplane enthusiast . . . sportsmanship and skill . . . world traveler . . . sincere and reliable . commercial air- lines pilot. Christmas Projects 2. 3. -lg Intramural Basketball 23 Track al: Science Fair 3. 4. ,36o I1 IMVIIJ FRANCIS TOWLE ays were awffeof ffe SHELLEY ROIYDA TEACHER Shel . . . keeps that ball on the go . . . athletically inclined . . . active social worker . . . college. Sports Editor, Plzilomatlz -lg Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, L1- "Fw: Basketball 2, 3 "Fu: Student Crier 3g Decorating Committee. Junior Prom 3. JOHN I. TEMPONE Temp . . . loxes every minute he lives . . . our chief officer in the corridors . . . one great guy . . . a credit to our school . . . college. Sports Committee. Philonzatlz 4g Football I, 2, 3, 4- "F"g Track I, 2, 3, 4 "F"g Marshal 3, 4g A Cappella 3, 4. ROY P. TIZIANI Tizzie . . "give me a home where the buffalo roam" . . . bumper cars . . . neatest mechanic of Yoke . . . chairman of Ilncle Tom's Cabin . . . power plant technician. Football 2. 3, 4 'Tug Clee Club -lg Christmas Proj- ects 4. DELORES MARY TOURANCEAU Dee . . . dee . . . lightful . . . deelovely, deelikeable . . . sunshine and flowers . . . shooting for the stars . . . college. Picture Committee. Plzilomaflz -lg Student Crier Staff sl: Chairman. Advertising Staff el, A Cappella fl-g Dis- trict Chairman. Christmas Projects 2. Ilan: . . . thi- txxo that often blcnd a gjoml sport and a loyal friend . . . quiet and ph-,using . . . golden opinions from all ...lurthrr schooling, 1 " . . . . . 9 0 "L llockcy 2. .iz Scit-rice l'ait' 2. .i. w s r 1 ' V ' x if jUbl'.l'll ll. IOWNI. 'lm' . . . ti-.om-.oik is what counts . . . quiet, but always think- 'J ing ,,.. ambition iliixcs .i man beyond his imlcals . . . school. lsnaillrilll 2. 33. I "ling Track 2. fig Decoration Com- mltlf-4-. ,lunior l'rom .ig Christmas Projects 2, 3. -l-. VU Gfrzlsfmas Jrqecfs gf 196 0 were creoffa rx CHARLES H. USHER Charlie . . . "Serious, who, ine?" . . . not a worry in the world . . . constant procrastinator . . . undecided. ' Marshal 1, Basketball lg Baseball Ig Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3. FRANCES CARROLL VAN GULDEN Frannie . . . a marathon chatterer . . . a pleasant optimist . . . concern for others is evident in her manner . . . college. Science Fair 3, Christmas Projects 3, 4. 'TQ' VIRGINIA LOUISE WATTS .Iinny . . . 100 words a minute . . . diligent and delightful . . . undecided. Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Chairman, Save the Children Federation 2, 45 Candy Sale 2, Science Fair 2. MARY ANNE WAUGH Mary Anne . . . sweet and easy going . . . taciturn typist . . sincere, serene, special . . . secretary. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Girls, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Music Festival 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY MARIE TRU DEL Dottie . . . artistically creative . . . a smile of since-rity . . . enjoys a good book . . . stimulating and interesting conver- sationalist . . . nurse. Set Design, Senior Play 4, Display Committee, Christmas Projects -1,3 Science Fair 2, 3, tl: Ifsherette, Music Festival 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4-. EMILY CHARLOTTE UPHAM Em . . . perky, petite, pretty . . . naturally sweet . . . faithful, good, and gentle. Girls' Bowling Team 3, Clee Club I, Music Festival lg Science Fair I, 2, 3. 'nf " ,ann s-nv! if RICHARD LAWRENCE VARS Dick . . . brevity is the soul of wit . . . a tone of determina tion . . . born with the gift of laughter . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2. SANDRA WAITE Sandy . . . a pleasant smile and personality . . . good com- panion and real friend . . . down to earth . . . school. Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Field Hockey 2, 3g Basketball I, 2, 3, Softball I, 2. 3, Christmas Projects 4. gg . .-wp U69 second isemesferffew anolusoon DAVID ALAN WEBSTER Dave . . . everybodys pal . . . imagination plus . . . a flick of the brush and voila . . . easy to like . . . art school. Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Decorating Committee. Spring Dance 3g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2. 3. GORDON GRAHAM WEBSTER, JR. Don . . . lackadaisical ways . . . knows the musical score . all kinds, his interests . . . almost bashful . . . school. Band 1. 2. 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. vi if. JOHN WELCH Patrick . . . gymnast . . . handy-man . . . handsome and silent . . . outdoor type . . . a future Navy man. STEVEN CHARLES WESTON Wes . . . meritable marks . . . has a word for everything . . . helping hands from Hudson . . . campus clown . . . tomorrow's math teacher. Kiwanis Luncheon Award 2, Band. SALLIE MARIE WEIDNER Sal . . . easy-going 'n lots of laughs . . . devilish eyes and daring ways . . . naturally nice . . . off to college. Student Crier 4, A Cappella 4, Chairman, Properties, Senior Play 4, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Chairman, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. GARY P. WEIERMILLER Gary . . . an admired look of perfection . . . a star of our champ team . . . tall, typical, and terrific . . . a plus person- ality is a basis of success . . . college. Football 3, 4 "FM, Baseball 3, 4 MEM, Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 3, 4g Christmas Projects 3, 4, Science Fair 4. . . N A rf? ..'-, .. I I' N., 'N 44. -N .'- . '- 0.42. ' eff' ' ,..,..,,, X- 4 'i N," Hutt.. Q ' . --4. . . JF PAUL M. WHITCHER Twitch . . . likely to succeed . . . the quiet one . . . math and physics savant . . . wires, screens, and scopes . . . electronics engineer. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Rotary Luncheon Award, Kiwanis Luncheon Awardg Vocational Fishing Club, Vocational Bowling 2. lVlALCOLM WHITMAN Mal . . . a success in everything . . . superior scholastically . . . talent is great . . . happy, smart, and always true . . . college is in his future. Student Crier 3. -l-: Band l. 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4g Northeastern District Band 3, 4, Science Fair Sub- Chairman -1-. we were 120 012 yer senzors, KENNETH WHYTE Ken . . . quiet 'n likeable . . . a way with cars . a Sax- onville brave and buddy . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, Industrial Education Fair 3, Science Fair 2, 3. JOANNE CATHERINE WIGGIN Dobie . . . laughter is her middle name . . . life is just a bowl of cherries . . . secretary. Baseball Ig Candy Sale 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Christmas Club 4. Y, 1 ' "'qg?'r2f?v9!l'T'T f. Q Q... PATRICIA MAE WIXON Pat . . . school spirit galore . . . a great booster for the Flyers . . . a friend to all . . . plenty of spunk . . . undecided. Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Glee Club 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. HAYDEN WOOD Woody . . . conventional yet individual . . . easy going man- nerisms . . . effortless grin . . . service. Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. 'N --..av .i QR 3 , .,f, S.. 1. THOMAS F. WILLEY, JR. Tom . . . 'LWhat does Hercules have on me?" . . . the daring young man on the flying rings . . . unbeaten humor . . . college. Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. MARGARET ANN WILSON Peggy . . . smart and sharp . . . scholastically sound . . . literary flair . . . kind and amiable . . . tops in the teaching profession. Student Crier 3, 4, Junior Red Cross, Executive Com- mittee 2, 3g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. CATHELEEN A. WRIGHT Kitten . . . a swell person to know . . . a personality with wit . . . lndustriousness is her middle iianu- . . sweet and unassuming . . . cosmetology. Bowling 3, Christmas Projects 3. 4. MARTHA WRIGHT Pixie . . . tiny, talkative. terrific. lots of laughin' . . . trim as a button . . . off to college. Marshal 4: Studeni Crier 3. 4: Senior Play l: Adver- tising Committee, Student Publications el-g Music Fes- tival 2, 3, 4. Iv ,Q :Q .1 'l 1 1 1 i 1 .KZ I Z J? 5 fo guf 7 umnz' gf .7 ' JURIS ZAGARINS but friendly . . . 11 credit to any school . . . undecided. Juris . . . a talented musician . . . scholastically able . . . quiet, Band l, 2. 3, lg Science Fair 2, 3, lg Red Cross 2. -, 'IP . . N5 .. . C7 ,N 1 Zh '1 '91 'za Q 'x .l f N 5 . .n 1 , E- 'FP' V-Xl Ur. Nlmlin lll"K4'lllw iiI'l'llll4'.lll'N ul Nlwuil In N.ili1vn.1l Nlrlil Svlmlgnrxllip lfinqllists 'lllmnigls llmsd l , , lX"lllI1'lll lmmrl, .mil lwlwrl l'lll1g.lll. 1 64 ACADEMICS XR Y YM Wglixmm t I 3 S ll I Mr. White icenterb and the Guidance consultants. Anything else I G IDANCE Every student may find help with personal, social, or scholastic problems by consulting a member of the Guidance Department. Each trained and expe- rienced counselor not only aids students in course selection and college application but also helps to plan for such programs as the Occupational Con- ferences for juniors. F.H.S. pupils are fortunate indeed to have the services of such a fine department. Now make sure you're on time! 111 arf- those :-cure-s yuu'vc ln-cn asking.: for . . This college seems 66 See, this is your latest test record. can do for you? 4sg,,a',' .liar W.: "'f- r fr 4-5r. x ' . r. XG - nu Dk Af: 'Q X sf 'N J Qvf r, , -almost anywhere! to have what you want. If I were you. l'd . . . 67 5,1 EN 1 Our English Department, under the direction of Miss Priscilla March, continues to encourage wider reading, bet- ter speaking. clearer writing, and keener listening. A course in speaking is offered to all I? 1 IH sophomores, many of whom later elect public speaking as juniors and seniors. The re- quirements of special papers help all to become familiar with the particular tech- niques of research. l Y L i--w ...1 ,,.-if Mrs. Rudy, Mrs. Faherty, Mrs. Hunter Cseatedl Miss O'Neil, Mr. Beatty, Mrs. McDuffie, Kline, and Mr. Whelan fstandingl hold a conference. For my book report, I read . . . .2 gi-my f 'iff QE? 'Tis- 1 A 5 5 1.7 I ::.-1: E 1 'LBublJle, bubble, toil and trouble!" Pass the paper quickly, please. 69 11- Miss "9 . -Q: , u B 1,- 7 - .Ai 'T' -init., . Tape recorder practice is necessary for conversational skills. IL. fix 1 Miss Vziricavagr-, Miss lionvillv, Mr. Lyons, Llflll MES GUCCii1I"-li HICCI in the hook supplv rrmm. 70 FOREIG ANGUAGE Three foreign languages are offered to students at Framingham High. Miss Mary Cunningham super- vises the teaching of Latin, French, and Spanish. ln the course of language study, pupils are taught not only the mechanics of the language but also the his- tory, the manners, and the customs of the peoples concerned. Classroom conversation makes for lively classes. f wi Mlwy wrxtex Hello 111 her ndllxf J4p.1mQe to N he Hxckey 'Nliss Bc-xthllume NI: Lmn dfll It s t1me to correct last mght s homework M I F h k9 OCIAL ST UDIE From ancient Babylonia to some of the problems of the early-Kennedy administration . . . this is the wide range of topics covered in the social studies program under the super- vision of Mr. Fred Bayes, chairman of this de- partment. Debates, discussions, polls, maps, and charts help to make civics, economics, so- ciology, and all the other phases of history - more realistic for Framingham pupils. F I Mr. Boothroyd, Mr Charles, Mr. Kelley, Mr McGillivray, and Mr. Jolie discuss the election South American geography is studied by Mr. Dowling, Miss Riley, Mr. Daniels, Miss Janda, Mr. O'Brien, and Mr. Ram. ll' -is The lecture . . . 72 the . F TIE 1 1 t . n SM p ' 5 'XXI 5 YD This is where the Phoenicians landed. we ftlgrfflmw ,tags "The Great Debate." Freshmen study ancient cultures. 9115 - 'V G '-il -XN '-7-' "I demonstration . . . 73 and the test- Z V Mr. Smith, General Scienceg IN Novak, Biologyg Mr. Jachowicz The Advanced qclence Claes dh ects a Gbark Thats the heart, not the lner 1 9 o ,H ,, Qui . . . aml llus is how thc: electron wax dkrzoverc-fl." av.-f . 4 4 1 . ,N . CIE CE The Science Deparmient, under the direction of Mr. John Meegan, has acquired more equipment and addi- tional teachers this year to make the scientific section of the total educa- tional program better than ever. Mole- cular models for chemistry and an uartificial man" for biology have en- riched the curriculum, which ranges from general science to advanced bi- ology, chemistry, and physics. The championship television victory of the F.H.S. Science Quiz Team was a fine tribute to the excellence of the Science Department. .5 H A7 .3 Q A . . .ST-. xl? Mr. Tisdell, Biologyg Mr. Gaucher, Cen eral Scienceg Miss Robinson, Biologyg Mr. Louder, Chemistryg Mr. Ciccolo, Physics. Z . a.' C. 3 , M. P , I ' cs. lr u L f - ,Q I 1 all ' r 1 Q 1 2 .. S V i f I I - , ,- I .p :. 1 y. .2 xv 1 W 4. , . ix 1 1 sl I , N4 '--,- 1 , ii rw, 3 . :E .lp- l cuo + H2--QHZO + Cu Learn the signals well, before the inspector comes. L-..,.- -L AC intersects AB at this point. ,ff If you're careful, you'll get this curve. Mr. Mcllahon, Mr. Welch, Miss Dutilly, Mrs. Roche, Mr. Crandoni, and Mr. 0'Brie-n look ovcr new books. Ji llu,,.mf ., -lv 1 Did everyone do his homework? COOL. M THEMATICS The Mathematics Department ac- quired a new director this year in the person of Mr. Donald St. An- dre. ln addition, much new equip- ment was purchased with funds from a National Science Founda- tion grant. The department offers a wide variety of math courses for commercial, general, and college- bound students. The newly accel- erated program permits certain qualifying students to begin alge- bra in the eighth grade and to com- plete the college-prep math se- quence a year early. Mr. Galvani, Mr. Vodoklys, Mrs. Quig- ley, Mr. Antell, Mr. Minnichelli, and Mr. Hebard check new equipment. ,'! ' f 44 '-+ be V yrg wiv Nw R QW ' xvfgyirv Q53 'ii IZ if This is how they used to do This problem needs correcting. R ART Miss Marion Kubacki and Mr. Neal Cotton in the Art Department have promoted a greater interest in social activities by means of posters, banners, and deco- rations around the school. School spirit has been on the rise, especially since these teachers have been giving advanced instructions in art and related fields to those who are especially talented in these areas. Pottery must be glazed before it is fired. Nlr. fiutton and His- Ktilmcki cvuluutr- a new waiter color 78 E ....----M s Tr.. Try to add perspective Mr Felndel Mr Farrell, Mr. Koroski, Mr. Edmunds, Mr. McKnight, Mr. Alves and Mr Krlkorlan. INDUSTRIAL ART X Any student may elect an industrial arts course so that he may learn some of the skills and methods of industry. In addition, courses in this department help students to appreciate the practical applications of theories learned in academic classes. The highly trained in- dustrial arts faculty is always prepared to teach the techniques which form the basis of the nation's economy. X Be Sllft? the page is evenly centered. .u ' nL- BUSINESS EDUC TID Under the direction of Mr. Arthur Ross, our future secretaries and ac- countants receive excellent training in our Business Education Department. The very modern facilities give the students an opportunity to increase their skills in stenography, typing, and machines. For those who wish to learn typing, a personal typing course, meeting twice a week, is offered. S55'6oeoee Business Department teachers include Mr Hutch M Peckham Mr. Murphy, Miss Stanton, war- n 'st v ""'fn., "Follow the directions, now." i f 3 rf Wx 6 93 The quick, brown fox if r L , Ry. Office Machines in operation. w f if I1 rl A F ' ur 4 """'ll I kb, ' ff? uturc salesmen lmusily at work. 8I ---if-. A Cappella Choir. directed by Mr. Murray. entertained at the Christmas Assembly. N11 Lluiiway and Nlr. Wbmlwurtli I The Music Department. thnugh limited in its number of faculty members. caters to the interests uf hundreds of girls and boys. The Clee Clubs appeal to those who like to sing: A Cappella is for those vocally talented. Orchestra and Band interest pupils who have had instrumental training. , l . . T 1 ents nmlte for :nun-lmis inn-ic. lj lllv' llwli srl:--1-I null-AsIl.n hllll Nlr. Xtmnlxsnltli, 82 N' l Myzpuszb' Aafg C'5dfI2?.5' 7? i u I l I l 1 I A . , It takes hours of rehearsiug for the Boys' Clee Club prior to public appearance. Mr. Murray and his Brass Choir. 'Ill 1 5 Miss Conwafs Girls' Clem- Club consists of hundrvds of min-J. 1 Q . i ,wx :I-I ' fb W :1-:lf X J Has. ,,. if ,sn ...Q 6 x h 'li 4. a. ,'N, inrfl '- U--F, , Y f , 1 , X . '11 5' -,. ...----U r--v---w-- M - , Balance is essential on this jump. Would ...xx someone hand these boys some bananas? The Physical Education teachers are Mr. Strong, Miss Molwrg, Miss Quinn, and Mr. Summvrs. 4' i,,,. , , J 'v' z '55 - J 95 Mrs. Eldridge, Miss Wiggins, and Mrs. Markee. H0 E ECO OMICS Oh. those delicious aromas from the Home Eco- nomics Department! With the help of Mrs. Kreger, the girls have made specialties from countries all over the world. Besides cooking, our future home- makers spend part of their time sewing. Many are proud of the pretty fashions they have made. Child care became more realistic this year with the demonstration of the actual care of a real baby. I' That "Ivory" look. fi 2 'Y ., -.. 7 I' """' Is it done ? ,ff ,3" , i t lfli'Q!Jl!'f JL! ws.uv" Fl .sf W'l1i1'l1 Cul of lll1'Lli is ln'sl'f 86 svn-55. 1 6-'.,,,-1.""" Nlailw lliosc lwlns 1-vcn '- erm V "-'sr 1 :- ' '14 ..-E 'QA ,. .',A1, - , U-'xl M-m-m . . . that looks good! 250 +10C+4C+2C ig? ?? Happy, healthy, hungry F.H.S. students. Perf: C F ETERIA From early morning until late in the after- noon, the cafeteria ladies are busy prepar- ing hot lunches and sandwiches for a large school population. Their duties, too numer- ous to mention, are all for the sake of giving excellent service to lioth students and faculty. Thank you! 87 Our custodial staff consists of fseatedl Mr. Burgess, Mr. Vilensky, Mr. Mailman, Mrs. Ryang fstandingl Mr. Smith, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Fortucci, and Mr. Morse. The boiler must be in excellent condition. MAI TEN N CE The custodial staff is headed by Mr. Mailman, who is well-known to every Framingham High student. Our cus- todians-are responsible for keeping the physical plant in excellent condition throughout the year. This requires con- stant floor polishing, bulb replacing, and window washing, among other things, but the custodians are never too busy to offer a hand in our activities and a smile -to every person. 1 aily F.ll.S. piipe-r drive. 88 Mrs. Ryan checks hcr stock. MEDIC L Dr. McCann and his reliable staff are re- Ml sponsible for checking the health and well-being of all student members of F.H.S. The common , C v . - uv: cold as well as surprise attacks of the unusual . 7 a virus are promptly treated in our Health Umt. 4 Y Y' Q at Q l 4 x Keep it in a minute longer. ft t You have to have hf nl "Weigl1in ix MTS- Rfigle. Mrs. Quirk, :md Dr. McCann confer. 89 VOCATIO AL DIVI IO The Vocational Division offers young 1? men opportunities almost unknown a few short years ago. Whether a student chooses Io concentrate in machine shop, electron- ics. or automotive. he is well prepared at graduation to work in the field that he has ,X chosen. Vocational students spend a size- able portion of their time pursuing such X A, suhjects as English, social studies. mathe- R14 matics. and trade science. xx- N ,., . 'fi Mr. Keefe, Director of Mrs. Chase, Secretary at Vocational Division Vocational Division ' r I Xlr. Rogers, Mr. Fraser. hir. Peterson. Mr. DeCollil1us. Mr. Thompson. Mr. Hart. and Mr. 'licrranoxa confer. fseatcdi P. Ivers L. Croatli Mr. Hart fAdvisorJ T. Devitt 'l'ln: Vocational Studi-nt Actixilii-s Group. 90 Cstandingl P. Pillarella L. Malinoski R. Knight T. Smith V. Bremner A-1 ez-1' -ll 1- ," :"',f2'1-'- "' - V This is a tough problem. ro- - -r ..,. L .ml 1.5, i ' il. Zzfr l Basic theory is very important . . . A - Quin 1 1627 is Q:-V, g 4 , -3 gfirsav ' QQ . I . ff' ' ' -114 'jg Q e """: 5:51 , , ir. 4 1, C, 1a A , .Fu V . ' , I K L Q ' Should I connect it here? . . . but practice makes perfect! 9I 'ii l l JH V' D Everyone works on his own job. x, - xxx xx Now, you should drill the hole here. Keep your nose to the grindstone! Look at this well-rounded product! 92 +2 Now . . . what do we do? How do you put a clutch together? Tighten that bolt! ""'4-In This muffler needs replacing. 93 4 J' ur 'w 'i l 534.3 x ,f l 'V f-"' -fri? ,,4.' .i Y I Miss Lathrup untl Miss Tait, our librarians, discuss L1 new liouk. :Xu impurtant urgauizutitm in st-liuol. llie Lilirary Serxice Clulm. performs innumeralile time-consuming chores to leave tht- librarians free In lielp stuflents with reference prob- lems. To keep the library running as srhootlily as possible, xulunteer sturlents help lip' earrying messages ancl liy tak- ing care uf me-rmlue liuukslips. gr john Duml, manager. Nlurguret VLlIlLlCflJllI'glI, and Miss Lutlirol ure- as proud as tlit- rt-st of tlu- scltool about the Papvrliac litmlisttirc. 'lille l.ilrr:u'x Serwivt- Cluln 'Will 3 t. ,, '51 "C'l.. 11 l-If' .3-J ACTIVITIES i 1 1 lx. 4' 'Tv' -' The Executive Committee consists of tseatedb .l. Levine. R. Clew, M. Hogan: tstandingl Mr. Bayes, Advisor: R. Fuller, T. Casey. A. Frost, R. Canal, M. Levin, STUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council completed another success- ful year despite the difficulties caused by the over- lap sessions. The Candy Sale provided funds for donations to several charities. The Christmas Proj- ects were as valuable and as heartwarming as ever. On the social side. the Football Dance was a tre- mendous success as was the Spring Dance. The F.H.S. Student Council was represented at several conventions during the year, so that all in all, the Council again fulfilled its functions as the major advisory body in the school. wa, '1 ,Q BARRONS CANDY V l 1, 7 I Bnrmuns CANDY 1 A i' 3 l S 'i 5 1 ff Ted Casey. Richard Clew. and James Kelly congratulate The Candy Sale Zone Chairmen arc: J. Partnow, B. Trudel, A Candy Sale Champion James Bianchi lsccond from rightl. Frost, P. Bianchi, R. Finigan, BI. Hogan, R. Knight, F. Marque J. Levine. I i .1 li T 2 P. fl .1 6 is 1 . ," ..,.v ,...YW A YY -A .,,,. . ,, W ,1,, I . , f " ' pl li Thx- Student Council sponsor:-tl llu ' new Christmas .'xSSl'llll3lj'. The entire Student Council is made up of ffront rowl R. Canal, J. Levine, R. Glew, Presi- dent, M. Hogan, T. Casey, M. Levin, fsecond rowl B. Trudel, F. Marques, K. Dow, M. Okami, C. Lavallee, R. Sawyer, M. Nicholas, B. Barnicleg fthird rowl V. Bremner, D. Taft, A. Frost, P. Allen, R. Fuller, .l. Partnow, P. Bianchi, Mr. Bayes, Advisor, fback rowl B. Knight, E. Costa, J. Kelly, J. Tempone, W. Reno, P. Dineen, R. Finigan. 3 Q. 5 Ill r in ml 1 of llll' Kru- Vrhl' '-1' ly 4' ji"- flllllfll ir tfrwit rw.-rl T cle-nt if V 1'4- li-vv Nl fllxlilll W.. lnixiill .4 I, . - ' Q r I l xiii , Xl. lift ru I R. Fuwyf: . .. .f- ' " R, f,l1-wg 'Inu-L mv.: l' KI HH lt. fm-lu, ,l. lv-Hy. .l. lfinporv' VV, lu-nn, l', lJjl1l'f'll, li. lim in H ,, I'f I Nix A '-P' 4' .J 4' , , ' i SLENA ' . -'f L nfcotusut 1 - . br r' Samui Q g5g5mn1 ' Jarcutv 5? Posters, posters, and more postersf 97 Q? CME? I n VOC. N -5, E'T3J- W Z. JP., 7-. -., Rst ,Le sn 5EC'Y N? v ' n 'F M JANE ,. i , . ts - I ,- I , 'Q : Carol Ifim-colo and Robert Finigan. Co-editors, 1 iscuss ai new layout with the 1lllll0f71I xisor. Nils- Xlury U'Neil. v ' , ln' lIll'llllI4'l'H ol the lnogra 4 iHHlllllll"l' .me tfirst ron! J. Nnnlo' LIVIIII. N. linlf-. l'. Lorauxuri, lf. lliins' I . . usl. l. irlllllI'lO', Klr. IS Gully, .Mitt-In " our l,. 4,nl44'Ill5'N. Nl. D1-1 l'll'N. lx. l,fll'l1'Nl. IJ , . . .1l.mfl. N. lwsf In-lm, M. l'lllIl, lx. l.l.ult 1 Illirtl V:-fgy 114 1 1' ' ""71"2-1y'g"I4K',f?3'Q:abQ our f.. f.llllrll.lll'4'll, lf. l'4'l1sif'1o l l llfllll .. llvmmln-11. Nl. lmllrtolll, li. l',IIlpl'X, ll. lemrl l lourlll lox-yr l. liowtl. ltflllorg ll. X1 , - 5, ay gr' -In . , 2, "P . 4-lvlfvlll. lkvlllwll alnll ll. Flloxe' tl' 1 PHILOMA The Philomath is always a group ef- fort. The co-editors and the various committees work with Miss O,Neil and Mr. Beatty, the advisors, to produce the finished book. The successful produc- tion of the 1961 Philomath has been dependent upon this close teamwork. In May, 1960, the present staff mem- bers took a searching examination to determine their proficiency for year- book work. As a result of this test, the editors of the 1961 publication were named. Beginning in September, each committee began its specific task which, carried to completion in March, helped to maintain the Philomatlfs reputation as one of the outstanding yearbooks in Massachusetts. V ' - ' Q ' '- - "g I 1 . B . ,. . . , 'gheg Prrt .1ndPLd?3Ql'1tChf"f2 lktfttigrqljlfjijlif E:iI:::fl,RJ Elfeyssg Ihr- rrwrnlmcrn uf tlu- 5portN fluff mvludf- fNt'.!lf?llP I.. llrudy, 5. 6. ,1G?yIl1l0lllAIt- Echltllli 1' Dtfoliibuj N Allin. A' Facing-, TK'i1ChCl', Sports Editors: ht.xncIin,ut If. Htrwlri. II, 5e'XII1uUl'. S. . na Q ' , , ' , .,, . ' ,' A . Q U ,.l A I , , I v ' fstandingt J. Brilllxztrt, H. Chukiris, M. Lt'llllLll'd, A. Flink, and Hf'1JfS"'1, J' hmpom' L1'1f111-'fm L. Najerian. t 0 ft! ,G . - itz pf 4 , - V 1 J aff? 3 wx. f ag .4 - xr - 'tx I og , 1:11125 .-JL' A """4 rf .1 .ff -V The Picture and Copy stuff consists of B. Bryant, Copy Editor: The Philomath typists nrt- tclockwisct C. I..n.1IIt-v. lf. Hansen C. Davisg J. Gans, C. Saleson, R. Buglcy, Picture Editorsg E. B. Nardini, D. Stoner. G. Sulvfon. E. St--mln-tm-, X. Biuso Carey, Copy Editorg D. '1w0llI'Lll1gCLlll, S. Snow. and NI. Hogan. t 99 STUDE T CRIER The Student Crier is published ten times during the school year. It contains school news. editorials. jokes. features, and photographs. The Crier is produced by students for students. To become members of the newspaper staff pupils participate in try-outs in which they Cover a given item in news-story or in feature-story form. An editor, assistant editor. and staff editors are chosen by a student-faculty committee after the try- out tests. Senior members of the Student Crier staff include tfront row? A. Facini, J. Jack, C. Lavallee, R. Sawyer, M. Wrightg tsecond rowl J. Domico, S. Weidner, S. Holgerson, B. Komola, D. Tourangeaug tback rowb M. Wilson, R. Ebeling, J. Bianchi, M. Whitman, M. E. Davis. Ctrl 'iron .md llomiiw Cray, lftlilors. 1-In-ck the use of .1 wolfl with their .ulvi-nr, Nlr. Vlilmlvn. .fulv All Student Crier editorial meetings art- conducted with utmost solemnity I00 1 :Q ' 1 ,.f,!gM,,s.iqf. F A y "L C' My ' if f , E, 5 1 :I 1. 5' 5 5 V ' . 45 I The Editorial Staff of the Student Crier is composed of ffront row? N. Colden, C. Gilman, M. Coffin, C. Hanley, fback rowl K. Brown, Mr. Dupuis, Advisor, N. Dowd, K. Nllson, G. Grelotti, A. Manring, E. Costa, R. Frommer. Sophomore and Junior reporters are ffront rowb K. Pulitzer, A. Drake, M. Stern, An alert proofwaclvr cln-cks all cop P. Iffland, S. VanWatersg lsecond rowl D. Joyce, R. Nathanson, S. Bryant, D. Harvey, V. Pollinag fback row! M. Levin, H. Potter, S. Larrabee, J. Partnow, M. McGrath, P. Bianchi. IOI F l w l 4 1 Q 1 l The Marshal Executive Committee Consists of ffront rowl Mr. Calvuni, Advisor: P. Cugen, V. Valentini, M. Finng lback rowl J. Paolini, J. Tempone, Captaing R. Boland. The Marshal Force. under Mr. Calvani and Mr. Fraser, serves to keep the Corridors orderly and the traffic moving between Classes at F.H.S. Considering the number of stu- dents in the halls during these times the Marshals' services are most essential. In addition to their daily posts, the Marshals serve as Quides on Parents' Night. at rallies. and at other socials. o . ARSHALS The stampede begins. fig . YI-IIIOOK fseatedJ Mr. Fraser H. Andrews P. Fox K. Celorier The xyUl'illlllll.ll Nlnrslmls l02 Cstandingl V. Bremner L. Sarlori M. Beshka R. Knight P. Sweeney C. Eisner The Senior Marshals are ffront rowj M. Wright, M. Finn, J. Crelotti, E. DeCollihus, S. Holgerson, C. Seymourg Csecond row! B. Bennett, J. Tempone, R. Bugley, R. Boland, D. Feindel. slmv! iszpnwv - ,, 'fjfiiizxu-' ,wh , .- ' f7.x1xL5'l . 'N'lll'l!1'LIl"' Q xj1t,.,,,v.iyn :mx 'fl vi: X il wid'-,iff ua "lm, . iw nl., -y r rw X ez Ns Evans' XY-nut, Members of the Marshal Force are lfront row? M. Wright, S. Ciombetti, I.. Cattani, P. Gagen, V. Valentini, M. Finng isecond rowl E. DeCollibus, M. Coffin, J. Crelotti, S. Holgerson, C. Seymourg fthird row! R. Boland, D. Feindel, B. Bennett, R. Bugleyg ffourth rowl J. Tempone, R. Todd, H. Potter, J. Paolini, D. Calla, I03 . if ' vo-4. 33 .x, M' 5 uf . ig. j. 'ik' .1- V" a , I 34' fra'-5 v 1 iglvijw In 1,- 1 . 1 I HW Ss.. ,-Ji" "'!..' K-7 jgaf fx ans 0 fue xqf "You'll handle the spelling for us, Guy." LT' 4 And I say we dun't nm-rl Ll Slfllllllllv 7 e 's -ascii Q "M 1 S, 2 lf 1'3" , i C .wig ' 5, -n, .Y . I .pr- U Tllc Cust enjoys lllC llll'Q'1'lHl' 11. P' 'Q VICTORY The Victory Dance. in honor of our Thanks- giving Day win. was helcl Friday. December 2, 1960. in the Framingham High School gymnasium. The dancing. the entertainment and finally the excitement of choosing the co-Captains for next yeaifs football season niacle the evening an enjoy- able one for all present. nultl liuw danced all night " ll-vn't clrop it, girl-l 'Z 1 4' , I . X. IU , l ' Four at an talmlcffl - - DA CE Congratulations to new co-captains john Tadd deo and Joe Puolini. xml A Christmas comes early to Mr. Jachuwicz. , ,Z I cannot help thinking that it was just yesterday that I came to this school as a senior, full of expec- tation and a little bit of fear. But the year has passed, leaving me a lot of precious memories. Although I was confused at first, everyone in this school was very nice and always helpful to me so that I could get used to the school. I will always remember the pleasant experiences of running from on 3 ff it ' ,V -. r il. ' Q- I II I I . class to class, climbing up a rope in the gym, and cheering at football games. I will always be proud of my having been a student of F.H.S. for a year. I would like to thank you for being so nice to me and giving me such valuable experiences. I wish prosperity and progress to F.H.S. and hope that our paths will cross sometime again. MASAKO OKAMI v During thf- summer of 1960. I was fortunate enough to be the American Field Service foreign exchange student from Framingham High School. 'l'he- .'hlHtfI'lt'LlYl Field Service program is designed to increase- understanding and friendship among the peoples of the world. As a participant in this pro,- gram. l lived for two months with a Swiss family in Zurich. Switzerland. This experience has taught me to rocognim- and to respect tht- similarities and dif- ft-rt-nt-a-s tri' people who, though they live in different 1-ountrit-s, sf-ek a putt-Q-ful and useful life. l hops' that tht- Hvviss people whom I had the pl'-astiro of mt-t-ling may now have a be-ttf-r under- standing and perhaps a be-tler impression of Amer- icans. Iwi-ausc of our associations. My vxpvricticcs last sunnnt-r han- broadvnt-d my horizons, and I would lilo' to thank all of tht- lframingham High Nhool slllfifllls who ht-lped to make my visit I:4lNNliPil'. JA Nl ES KELLY . :" i o 1 Qw- v , . x Pm CHRI TMAS PROJECT The Save The Children Federation received hundreds of pounds of clothing. Sizeable contributions were made to worthy charities. J. '1"' .4-iq. '-wang,-,, Richard Glew, General Chairman, and Mr. Bayes, Advisor, discuss the successful Christmas Projects. The varieties of canned foods for the Snlviition Army seemed almost endless. I09 Last-minute check up . . . CIE CE F IR The Science Fair is the major extracurricular activity sponsored by the Science Department each year. In the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics, many outstand- ing projects are exhibited by students for judging and for display to the many spectators who visit the fair. Last year five students went on to higher competition at the Worcester Regional Science Fair, and four competed in the State Fair at M.I.T. One F.H.S. winner traveled to the National Science Fair atblndianapolis. The success of all these students is another reflection of the excellence of our annual Science Fair and gives some indication of the tremendous interest developed in the Fair throughout the school. Spf-ctators arrive- IH-oplq-, pwoplw- 1'W'I'yWllt'I'C The crucial moment! Ellen Stonehouse and Hayden Wood i '55 yi T W-,..,w, fa. 7 df' J ef 8 f4il..,,.Nl n ,c rf '45 The Queen, Alice Franchi, and the Princesses, Barbara Roberge, Alice I -' Giro, and Carla Barber. . . . -AJ QW? awazzan Jdfd me ' 1 A KVN-N fwx X 0 . Ny dqs l The Junior Prom of May 13 was one that will be long f I 3 remembered The decor was Hawauan m effect and the f F . .. . 3 fx 01,0 X use of netting and crepe paper did much to create the ,X mA fx illusion. The music was provided by Nat Walsh's orchestra A , , ,J I each member of which helped the students and faculty I? 1 to haveadelightfulevening. 1 'VX AJ 7 Martha Doucette and William L..1ll.1h.u1 . gf i - . I P.. ', . ,Q Q N ,L 4' I v. ' I ,'- . A t . MOST lN'l'ELLEC'l'UAL BEST LOOKING Linda just Bob Finigan Susan Holgerson Cary Weie1'lnille1' MOST VERSATILE SHYEST Jim Kelly C3701 Civwlv - Alice Stearns Tom Mnzdiez . llfhru-Ilnn-1 Q-ning har. x, ,M u wx.N x.... lr. XII um.. um. u.- lu N-4 lu nu- mn . lrl-Vnllxvr'M-4--nl-1-lm.n4 .-.. r, I'- n ul Sl! llghl Dunn and lr, - s..u'r.- x..1....uw 'lul .... I MOST TYPICAL MOST xllscnlrgvors Rlllh SRWSCI' Par Dillefll Gloria I.:-an liix-haul Hugh-5 , ll2 After Q Ng-bf l el Q BEST DRESSED I MOST POPULAR A Carol Ciccolo Bob Boland Jean Levine Bill Repo CLASS FLIRTS FRIENDLIEST Fran Cacciola Frank Sherman Pat Dine-en Mary Ellen Finn PLAY BAL HOST A'I'HLP1'l'IC A MOST lL1xEl,Y T6 srccmzn Susan Snww l"l'11Hk Cllilillli Bnlv Finigan Elena lk-Cnllilaus H3 1 " Q Has anyone seen Bus TT? 5 1 - ' . Q I ,k Q A 1 ' a .Xxx Mr. Hart treats a Class to some wry humor. Miss Kline displays her favorite possessions. -5 ' 1 is , 5, I 'V J i. A n 1 fs A. 'Q 'Ss ,, . I , ' I ' , E gn. 5 F fs?-','4"Q'1T '55 Fffiffifflf I , J,-SJ' Hey! fr fr ffl-M' 1i2'kg:.ffLEs " Another succf-ssful driver takes the wheel. r Hr-rid Xiajurvl ws If imvlx V.il"ll! Miss Pulliam lms mainy dulivs. ATHLETICS 9 U . -. ,Q , My 'iw W, . V -:ww I '- -. . R N wij ..wff.. T agik ,4,1.,',"f,Q14-?'::1-I 1 X -' -V - . 2.128 :.3y,-W uf- -'wqgj ,L :V -"JVM A Wgf?g,:w: " 3' , img P , Ili . .. N. as yx F- Fw, ,Xxx B Most coaches agree that a football team can he unpredictable. Early last fall no- body expected the Flyer squad to be much of a threat. However, under an able coaching staff, the boys quickly began to show the steady defensive game which has become a trademark of Framingham High School teams in recent years. Lacking outstanding players, the Flyers relied on hard work and superb teamwork to capture a Bay State crown, topped off by a Thanksgiving battle which will never be forgotten. x I!.FlM If FLXERS ii MARLBORO 23. f13 1523 7' ' 'TY xi S. Ay! L If BOB-Guard 1 L e '1 4 , -Q- L X x Q x . 1 X . 1 N , Xe tx x KK BILLY-Back DOM-Back M3 Q , 4- l CEO-Guard N xl T 4 KK ' 0 'I va Sf?-N ,495 I PAT-End lf! F25 K J' R FRANK fff f'11lr 'r Butch lwuls one in' FLYERS . . . 6. NEEDHAM TEM P-Tackle at M Nia L 4 Dum Scurrw. BILL-Back FLYERS . . . 16, MILTON . . . 0 Watch that left end when . . . Qtoppgdf I I7 's W 5,35 'fi BOBfwEnd JP e H+ lab IHKIKY -'Tackle FLYERS . . . 0. D1-QDHAM . . . IL Tai, Hit him again!! li t' 'xl e 1+ fm, 4 Ty 1 Q V1 A x EDDIEf'Tg11'ki:' Am 9. i-1 The defense breaks lliruugh. i is F- K9 CARY 'lln-klv ll I ROY-Tackle f . N ,X FRED-End I i C'-in f 1 -fs f I S31 l'I"l'YfEnd I-'l,YI-IHS . . , ll. NURWUOIJ . . . is 0 ,JW ,Q I IIH-, l,UXl.lll',5: Nlr. .lnlnz Nlr. .l.ulnmuL, Nlr. l'm'xm'ul'l. , :Elway I 1 I l U its The members of the Varsity Squad are ffirst row? Manager J. Weidner, V. Laws, R. West, J. Hay, E. Ryder, R. Alrlondi, F. Macchi, R. DeLucca, R. Tiziani, S. Larrabee, R. Canal, R. Hill, W. P. Phillips, R. Varrichione, D. Cella, Manager C. Howell, fsecond rowl Coaches D. Jolie and A. Forniciari, R. Carricini,'J. Paolini, J. Dineen. P. Dinetn. C. Wviermillvr, J. Taddeo, E. Costa. Co-Captaing R. Jachowicz. Coach, F. Ghiluni. Co-Captain, C. Herdman, A. Richardson, D. Errieo. W1 Dernardi, C. Barton, F. Calvani. Faculty Advisor, J. Daniels, Athletic Director, Qthird row! R. Perry, B. Dowling. R. Smith. R. Ferragamo, K. Kimball, J. Tempone, E. Briggs, W. Keller, F. Sherman, W. M. Phillips, R. Duca, C. Nolan, D. Lynch, B. Sult, C. S1-huler, J. Diana. 5 711 The members of the Junior Varsity Squad are ffirst row! J. Dinf-en, W. P. Phillips. R. West, D. Lyncli, C. Schulcr. R. Del.uu'.i. .l. Hay, C. Barton, J. Diana: lsecond row! F. Calvani, Faculty Advisor: Coavli ll. Forniciuri. P. Summers. R. 1.1-ngi. D. Nlacclii, R. Eiland, R. Costa, R. Jachowicz, Coach: D. Todd, A. Scott, R. Prout. D. Al1'llIs4'll2 lthiril l'lvWl R. llowltintl. 5. 5.1Jx.iti. D. Flink, J. Boudreau, J. Felch, F. Antinoli, D. Bagnall, R. Jones, P. Grinlvy, J. Nlacllougall. II9 FR M GHAM...26 HIV -A " - On Noveinber 21. 1900, the Framinghani Flyers clefeatefl their arcli-1'ix'als. the Natick Refllllffll, in the annual Turkey Day encounter. Before a record- lwreaking crowd of anxious speetators. the Flyers were cheered on to a 26-18 victory, thus ending Natick's nineteen year winning streak. We can . . . I I -.t,A,,' fU.' . Y .. - ' . H 157 A :J l11'aI'i on e ee Q "' I .,'t',:,y.,.,ul .lx ' ' Q Y .I I, -n 1 , ., e ' , V ,jj'.Tj:..e ,,,-,gwmgt'.?:.A.zv,!,- T: Rally !! , f -- 1 ,e - .pf --e1:2.u.nex-e t A Through the line. I I l'.I1lIllQ.C lmuvlx . . . I ATICK ...18 , V , ,, , -.M ,. p A Yi Q M. K . ,Jim ,,.V W V. 4. W , ',:.n:.yff,--fL',,f1.i "1 ,K-.?34f",",,3.-3.321 L,,?:5:2:faf?,f:f"f +',,f.'ff lf, gm' gigfy, , in " ,. 5 ,' , , ,Q f A ' ' 5153 'F V' A f 41 '.ff.fQ,-du' ,I . 'SL JA' Urn' 1 .mv 4,,f7?iLf'L 4"'z"'Ai5'Q'J""'-'Lf'31.f5.L , !'6.JM.?+un-Jug. f ' " I- -. . Hit him hard! no Is It good 6 oh, f -.i ' , -.-A . I.- That clinches it. IZI Three cheers for the coach! -nu-.'-'...-:rr'5Sx T' S MAJORETTEQ when lhf-sv girls urv pf-r'fwrrr1ir1g fm tht' fir-ld. The skilled pc-r'forrm1l1f'f's of tht: rm1jur'f'ttf'Q ul thf' Qarnfxs as we-ll us ut lhf- rzxllir-s urs- Murthy ui' f'4rHIIIlf'Il- daliun. L'PI'ilf,'lif'Ii mukf-S IJl'I'fl'f'l'7 is rlsffinitvlx I'f'flf'f'lf'f! X , . ' , .1 W bi 1 1 . ,. 4.4 "' r -- r -P A,'- L ,K-ufwuadhluu-QIHAJL at ", 4 ' 'A 4 ' I Sfjq jx ' I' Q, 'Z " xl , A A " -S '. , -1 N- 2 . ,,,f Q-M.-,J 41 , 1'f":'ff"',, """' X .I ,1- ' - 1' I rl.'v'?'11 a1"fv' U' T'vv'9" """'v'wr-icfwf ' E W y W-M, 1.3. uw .V .. 1 1. ' ,md isdwh wwf. ,I M ' 1 t 'K' , 1y,,43??m+r'4v 'fY,1Q-mfs-1-f'r N mr Lvf2vimn'?'6f-:v:1...f.fz2:t,, "V wrt.: 1. . -, Paulette performs. SWF hillll, Ililthf . ff! The majorettes are Ckneelingb P. Guthrie, Head Mujuretteg S. llP:xlllK'iLlLl, lluml Klajurf-tteg fstandingl J. Chiringhelli, D. Fuini, D. Abajiun, B. Suarez, C. Lefloux. NI. Rusit-ut. NI. E. lhui-. M. Pihl, C. Stoddard, S. Murphy, and M. Urhinuti. i V u ! u v 0 1 In-n if s A QJ- ld-" s , ff, The mujorettcs perform inrlrmrs . . . . . . us we-ll .rs uuttlmfrx. The able Mr. Summers has been directing Framingham basketball teams for ten years and with five trips to the Tech Tourney has vet to tally a losing season. This season gave the hard-driving coach only four sleepless nights. for which the twelve Flyer victories more than compensated. The varsity squad finished the season with a 12-4 record and tied Braintree for second place in the Bay State League. This fine season enabled the team to qualify for the Tech Tourney' at the Boston Garden. To round out a successful season, Framingham placed three players on the Bay State League All-star Team. i. Q!! 1 4 l F ll T -i., s-ali -'safe 7--4 -1... .Az sg, -.-. -i., ,,, ..,-i .l.J...1 ,, -.af --up 11135 t E . .. .xr rn. ,J-M L", I 'JA i IJ! ,I , ,4-. v 'f 4. W'ill it drop in? 'W Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Dedham aaa, F 42 Wellesley F 37 Natick FF F FF 42 Walpole F FFF, 86 Norwood FFFFF. 69 Braintree F 43 Milton 57 Needham F 75 Dedham F F 27 Wellesley FFFFF. 65 Natick FFFF FF 51 Walpole FFFFFFFF 47 Norwood FF 53 Braintree 61 Milton aaaaaa 50 Needham F 66 .F 11-, 'i2.'::z4nC. Flyer Co-captains Frank Chilani and Bill Phillips spark the team. Th' .assi ...FF A FSS 5 . . rf -, 0 ,I is '-a Wa g 1 The Flyers drive . . and driw again. I25 I The nwinlmcrs of the Varsity Squad are lfronl rowj E. Brown, J. Fiorilo, T. Kwasek: W. Phillips, F. Ghilani, Co-captains, D. Taft, W. Reno, J. Cotter. V. Lamb, lback row? Mr. Daniels, Athletic Director: Mr. Summers, Coach, Mr. Calvani, Faculty Advisor, S. Larrabee, R. Powell, S. Richards, C. Skinner, R. Todd, R. Williams, L. Payne, Managers. I 'l'hf- .lunior Nair-ilg 5llllQifl ix vonipowrl of ffront row? li. liarlon. ll. Dunn, ll. Knutson. ll. Ilayr-S, M. Saulowxliy, ll. Rilvy, A. Kvcn, ' N. lfnlla-rg llmvk row! K. Ye-aton, l'. llizmchi, Nlarmgivrsg Mr. llrm-4-lc-y,ffoau'l1: ,l. Nogvlo, l'. 'llrau-rs. W. l"oisy, J. l'zirlnow, Mr. Galvani, l'l.Illlllfv' .lflxi-org Nlr. lJ.mi4-l-, .Mlile-lir' l,lfCL'lUI'. l26 .vfff A ,ff A sure two points. -of ' ' X 5 ffgfgwwyi t 'ff 7441? ' x Framingham gets the ball. An anxious IIIOIIICIII. I27 pn- P'-Mfr. 'f I Many hands make hot basketball. :,.., ,J ,-. . . w i1- ......-...M ,. - ist W gl d5'a ' lifa r" f 'K 1,,.--,, tg' I it . XR S J" f ur. 'i we U if 5 ' f tv' 5 6,3 Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham , N: HOCKET ' FIRST ROUND Needham ........ Walpole .......... Natick .... - ...... Norwood Wellesley ........ Milton - ..o.,..... - Dedham ........ ls it a score? The Framingham High hockey team completed one of its most suc- cessful seasons with a record of nine wins, two ties, and three losses. With this record, the squad finished third in the Bay State League standings and qualified for the state hockey tourney. One of the highlights of the season was a 1-0 victory over a pow- erful Norwood sextet that was pre- viously undefeated in ten games. The Flyers also beat Natick twice, coming from behind 3-2 and shutting them out 5-0. After a shaky first round, the team settled down to go unde- feated through eight straight games. Much credit should be given to Coach Henry Cotton, who carried on the unfinished work of Ed Loring in developing the squad into an effec- tive unit. The team was sparked by the play and spirit of co-captains ,lim Kelly, George Bernard, and Ted Casey. La. V. -Q, 5, ., . :S J. fa .,,,x ri x- T: ,.', vs , .ig 5 Jia . W' is 1. e-6 x 1. qw M, W vw, 5 ,Ar Q! v X, vi -Hwrmw ,gp I I ,rv X Into the boards, Has anyone seen the puck? 4- .. ,in -,vw ' Ted shoots. ,ff A l29 R A-xii-, ,I A Q , '.,J ' X 'ref --x Members of the Hockey Squad are ffront rowl F Macchl G Duane T Casey C Bemard J Kelly Captains G Salak, P Dineeng fsecond row! Mr Cotton Coach D Towle, R Creighton W Coughlm G Dmeeu R. Nentz., J Glover T Aucoxn P Butler, F. Kirby R Glew D Taft Manager SECOND ROUND Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham P N 1 .Nh-Q,,.a.al1 Front row: W. Thompson B Bennett C Johannesen P Travers D Femdel M Leonard Rear row A. Sigel, R. Bucilla, R Myles E Mcssana Mr Dowlln coach L IJdI'Ili'JE'fll R Odlum S Pell and S. Jones. CROSS " COUNTRY Captained by Dave Feindel, Carl Johannesen, and Marston Leonard, the Cross Country team suffered 7 losses and a forfeit. These defeats are not indicative of the spirit of the group, however. GIRL 9 FIELD HOCKEY Although the girls' field hockey team did not have a very successful season, the team under the able direction of Coach Eleanor Quinn won its first game with NATICK!! The girls were in high spirits throughout the season and were very faithful in attending practices. Good luck to the team next sea- son!! Keep that ball rollin ' Who ll get the ball? 2- 0 f Watch out for my foot! 9 Although the basketball team fllflflll. mn 'all its yarn ' this xvu' the Hill- H-xtainlx L . Q CS . J 'r . r harl a 'fowl tum: tum". llow-lf-fe. lllf'I' who has great palic-me-f-. tif fz--JV..4g,:t were fi vasualtir-5: ,lurlx Sw-1-m-5. ,lu Santoro. anfl Carol SVXIIIUIIV. XII arf- lim now! Ihff team ft-f-lf llllr hay lu-1-n om: of lts best sc-asona. flaptainx all lmth lf-am are Sue Snow aml Suv lltbl-llt'l"Hll. Xi1I1llN Karen Uszstf-rlinp aml fllnarls-nv fmflflarrl J.V. Coaching' lmlh tr-ams ix ,Nllw ,Xlollf-1 'N The opposition ties the ball up. . . . but F.H.S. wins the jump! A score! The Girls' Basketball Team includes lfront rowl M. Merloni, . cf S. Snow. S. Holgerson. C. Coclnlarcl. K. Oestcrling, ,l. Cotlmlarwl: 1 second rowl J. Sweeney, M. DeVries, L. Mills, J. Mathews, C. Seopa, M. Pratt. ll. Gormley. P. Duaneg tzhird row! R. Cinflmerg. 5. Jaeksom S. Daniels, Managersg J. Santoro, P. Tempone, C. Seymour, G. Huber, E. DuBose, J. Waughg L. Day, S. Allen, C. Bri Miss Moberg, Coach. ght, M .gl Ll ll anager O flx P MIK m. li , ei'-if 1 .,v..q , .- A Qifg R1 .. ..-u V, - l .Og J" From picture to copy . . . CO CLUSIO The Editorial Staff of the 1961 Philomath wishes to express its grati- tude to all those who were in any way concerned with the production of the 4.4 book. I to finished product. 'w 1 1 ul lg 3 - ,H i i i v Al1's well that ends well! Q I F 50- ' -.Angra-':..T.-5. , gg' vf 'ee I I We L . ...Hn .1 Q-X SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND DIVISION L I I I I II L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Amfmo, mmnosms I 0 Thomas Galvin F 0 0 Wjlliam Rowan ' 0 0 0 Farnum Devoe I 0 0"v I Donald Pelletier CLASS RINGS AND PINS ' CLUB INSIGNIA 0 MEDALS 1 Tnopmss - Pumuss - mrnoums - mvrrnlous ' TAYLOR YEARBOOKS 4 I37 I 0ur Best Wishes to the Class of 1961 From m FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK I833 . . . I96I i I28 YEARS OF SERVICE FRAMINGHAM C0-OPERATIVE BANK Savings Accounfs - Paid Up Shares Quarierly Dividends 59 HOWARD STREET, FRAMINGHAM eEoReE's C I, f TEXACO SERVICE Omp ""e""S O Road Service - TRini+y 9-9259 M'iIf2.E"EQii'ZfE Ifflciiiifing HARDWARE CO-I 'NC 8I6 Concord S+ree'l' FRAMINGHAM. MASS. 36 HOLLIS STREET Framingham L. DEMARINl'S Candy, Frui'r, and Vegefables I58 UNION AVENUE TeI. TR 3-8I60 CUSHING, CRISTMAN POTTER 81 PAINE INC CompIe'I'e Insurance Service I79 UNION AVENUE, FRAMINGHAM Tel. TRini+y 5-48I0 CompIimen+s of DR. ARTHUR W. EWING PAUL B. LEBARON D.M.D. Hemenway Building FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Tel. TR 5-5I04 I39 I 'l i The door of ihe pasi' is always closing as foday reaches ou1"I'o become fomorrow. As ihe door closes upon your educafion a+ Framingham High School, we ai' Dennison congrafulare you upon 1'he complefion of your sfudies. Our hope is 1'haH'he door of iomorrow will open fo a fufure of success and happiness. DENNISON l40 Complimenfs of THE B. 81 W. LINES Framingham, Mass. Molor Coach Service Compliment- of PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY CO., Devoiecl Exclusively io Your Heal'l'h 354 Wave,-ly S+, Hearing Aids and Ba'Heries. FRAMINGHAM Prescriplions, Trusses, and Surgical Supplies vinggjsgt 42 Union Avenue MILLIS Phone TR 3-744I MASS. BURKE "HAPPY HOURS FOR SALE" BATTERY SERVICE JOE BROWN'S 802 Worcesfer Road Sporls Goods-Hobbies FRAMINGHAM CENTER, MASS. 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TEA ROOM Air-Condi+ioned 67-7l Concord S+ree+ Framingham, Esf. l90l I50 CENTRE BARBER SHOP ANTHONY R. DEANGELIS ROBERT A. DEANGELIS 937 Worcesfer Sfreef FRAMINGHAM CENTER When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting for you. You'll love the friendly new people you meet. And you'll like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for advancement and the many additional benefits that make working for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training program which you can enter without any previous job experience. Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you when and where to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE Isl Official Photographers Class of 1961 KCRDAY STUDIO so FRANKLIN STREET . . . FRAMINGHAM, MASS "Your Family Photographer" lllll QQTOGMA Q :L 1: 'I' 1- I qufoyralofs gqufoyrapgx Wufoyrapgs Squfoyrapfs Wufoyrczpgs qufoyrapfs L Qqufoyrapfs qufoyrapfs TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY r ' ' an-.Q , a'. X. W .Li f 1 5 Q 1. F4 o' 2 or -6 L: S :- ' ' 4 ' 4? I 9 Q, , g F Q' 1" Q ' 11. -1 I960 -- FRAMINGHAM VARSITY FOGTBALL TEAM BAY STATE CHAMPIONS Cl D - -mvcvwuxar-mn an .MN-.M ..........a. . -, ' FRAMINGHAM HIGH VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-FIRST ROW lleff fo righflz Manager Jim Weider, Vern Laws, Diclc Wes+, John Hay, Buclry Ryder, Bob Ablondi, Fred Macchi, Bob DeLucca. Ray Tizianni, Sieve Larrabee, Ron Canal, Bob Hill, W. P. Phillips, Diclr Varichione, Dave Cella, Chiclz Howell. 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