Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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I - x U 'fi ai fl I EDITORS KATHY POLITZER ALAN FROST MATH ADVISORS GIRARD D. HOTTLEMAN EDWARD BEATTY CHARLES HATCH AILEEN QUIGLEY cgenzbzts' T BLE GF 7f1ge 135 CSC'AOkSfIC15' A fJdgQ Z5 CSfz1fQ12f 7Cf101f1Q3 Page 117 cwyorfy A fffyg 1,11 Af 012.9 om' 8 fflya 1035 5 TENT ff -'YJ,5i H . SWK t ,lullllkll BERNARD T. WHITE Director of Guidance RALPH J. MARTIN Principal ADMI I PETER C. MCCONARTY Assistant Principal 1 RICHARD N. ANKETELL Superinfendenf of Schools RATO RS EDWARD J. MORAN Assistant Principal ALBERT G. REILLEY AssisTanf Superintendenf of Schools -uwng -1... , '11, J '1 1 PRINCIPAUS MESSAGE N-k""ia-1, f Q -Q N41- We, the seniors of Framingham High School, have iust walked for four years across the sands of time. Often it appeared to be an endless trek, but now that our goal is practically within our grasp, a peculiar sadness envelopes me and, l am sure, although few of you will admit it, all of you. This is the parting of friendships which, had time and interests. not interfered, would have lasted throughout eternity. The experiences in which we have participated have molded an integral segment in our lives which time will never disintegrate. High school has offered much to all, some have benefited more than others through self-sustained efforts, but nevertheless all had the same opportunities. We will never be able to show enough gratitude to the people of Framingham for the opportunities such as modern school facilities, the best teachers possible, current teaching methods, fine administrators, and most of all, the deep interest that they have shown in us. Although formerly appearing contrary, they have always had our best interests at heart. Through the efforts of these people, we are much better prepared than we were four years earlier to enter society as responsible citizens. Let us forge ahead to greater heights that will be indicative of the training they have so generously bestowed upon us. As a representative of my class, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to our class advisor, Miss Riley, whose guidance has enabled us to stand out among Framingham's graduating classes, Mr. Martin for his understanding and to you, my classmates, for the honor you have bestowed upon me by making me your president. Good luck to each one of you, The Class of T962 has the distinction of being the largest to graduate from Framingham High School during its long existence. This class has been most cooperative during the difficult years of overlap sessions, and rotating double sessions made it necessary'by the over-crowded conditions in our secondary schools. While it is apparent that future classes will be larger, the achievements of this class are impressive. Members of the group have brought honor to themselves by maintaining fine academic records commensurate with their abilities. Many have participated with distinction in the numerous activities in the school conducted by the Student Council. The fine performances of the senior play cast, science quiz team, clubs, musical organizations, publication staffs, athletic teams, and other extracurricular groups were made possible by the contributions of members of your class. You have contributed a great deal to the activities of Framingham High School. ln the years to come, much will be heard of the fine achievements of the Class of T962 in the fields of education, the professions, and the other numerous fields of endeavor in adult life. l feel sure that the members of this class will give service th'at will be a credit to themselves, their parents, the school, and the community. We extend to you our most sincere wishes for your future success. .QPDW 9. PRE IDE T'S MESSAGE FAMILI R ' 1 H Q f Y 1 Q cr"1rn A 1,1--1 Hello! Yes, This is Mr. McConnarty." , -Z . r Mr, Moran awaits a visitor. 45. -.4 Mu Imrmvm Mrs, Amon n-1' 1 Mrs. Lawrence N,A..f--" in Mrs. Lacroix -.2 Mrs. McConnon Mrs. Korona K Mrs. 6wyer ATIO To Miss Riley: We of the Class of 1962 express our sincerest gratitude and that of previous classes for your many years of devoted service as a teacher in the Fram- ingham Schools. We would like to thank you espe- cially for the thoughtful guidance that you have given to our class. Our best wishes shall always be yours. c enzbns ,-cf f S NIOR C ASS OFFICERS The spring of 1961 saw a new event in the history of Framingham High School. For the first time, the candidates for the Senior and Junior Class Offices had an opportunity to express their views before their respective classes at campaign assemblies in the audi- torium. THE 1962 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 2. 4 4 :Ar 1 1 A'V "fir 'i' Secrelary, Treasurer, President, Vice-President, Gayle Stoddard Peter Bufler Harold Potter Claire Passalacqua 1 . lil alta ill 'llll Htl. The "Line-Up" l nd his res 122912 122 cgepfem Q13 19.562 . . . ' DOROTHY MAY ABAJIAN Dottie . . . vibrant enthusiasm . . . perpetual smile . . . natural, gre- garious . . . tops in twirling . . . secretary. Drum Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Band Maiorette 4, Homeroom Christmas Proiect Chairman 1, 2, Student Council 4, Typist, Student Crier 3. DIANE ABBOTT Di . . . quiet impressions . . . like a Dresden figurine . . . delightful . . . unaffected . . . always at the head of the list . . . college. Christmas Projects, Music Festival 2, Glee Club 2. JOAN FRANCES ALEXANDER Joanie . . . dark hair, dark eyes . . . sedate . . . enthusiastic smile . . .tall . . . stylish . . . IBM operator. Christmas Proiects, Candy Sale lp Gym Show 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. PETER RICHARD ALLEN Pete . . . Globe trotter . . . sincere, dependable . . . genuine con- cern for others . . . sagacious . . . tennis is his racket . . . mathema- tician. Class President 3, Student Council 3, 45 A.F.S. Exchange Student 35 Sports Editor, Philomathp Tennis I, 2, 3, 4. A A DOUGLAS GHETTI ADAMS Doug . . . unstudied nonchalance . . . witty . . . spruce . . . same old dog with a new twist. . . resourceful . . . college. Memorial Day Program 2, Senior Play 45 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3. SHERRY CLAIRE ALDEN Sher . . . original, arty, histrionic . . . "All the world's a stage." . . . talent of expression . . . placid . . . novel . . . actress. Glee Club, Christmas Projects. . L' .,' .Q 7. ., A x I JOYCE RUTH AMBERG Joyce . . . amiable yet reserved . . . Swedish nightingale . . . reads widely . . . devoted to FHS . . . nurse. Cappella 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 45 Gym Show ly Glee Club I. BONITA JEANETTE ANDERSEN Bonnie . . . chic, blithe . . . never gets keyed up . . . as good as her word . . . constant . . . melodious laugh . . . model and college, Senior Play 4, Drama Club 3, Field Hockey 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3, -ig Cappella. . I5 Je Q12 fereof 597140122122 y am QS Pl-lYLLlS MARlE ANES Phyl . . . conscientious, scintillating . never at a loss for words . . . scholarly minx . . . carefree . . . that fiendish giggle . . . regis- tered nurse. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Senior Play A, Drama Club 3, Homeroom Chairman Christmas Projects l, 35 Candy Sale 'l, 2, 3, FRANK JAMES ANTONIOLI Frank . . . jocose, convivial . . . an advocate of Frankly engineered pranks . . . outgoing . . . "a sly smile" for every pretty face . . . college. Football 2, 3, Hockey l, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3. KORINE SALLY ANDERSON Kori . . . earnest . . . energetic , . . trolicsome fun . . . ski-mer . . .creative coif . . hair dresser. Advertising Staff, Student Crier and Philomath 3, 4, Gym Show 2: Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 3, Candy Sale l, 2, 3. ROBERT ANDREWS Crash iffl . . . sane driver . . . cars spark his vitality . . . friendly extrovert . . . our own "sing-a-long" , . . automotive engineer. Vocational Marshal 2, 3, -1, Kiwanis Club lp Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. 'R357 Yr,-ah, it's Ov!-r llirrrcf' I6 C50 Of 77 'C ee cv IZZ 1205 we exe' azlme . BERNADETTE MARIE AUCOIN Midge . . . winning pixie . . . sanguine, good-natured . . . intriguing giggle . . . abundant benignity in small case . . . art school. Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH BARNES Barnesey . . . silent and sincere . . . not a care in life . . . knack for photography . . . successful businessman. Christmas Projects 'l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, Science Fair 2. EVELYN ESTHER ARNDT Evelyn . . . ardent diplomat . . . tropical geniality , . . poised, affable, thoughtful . . . dark beauty with a light personality . . . international secretary. Foreign Exchange Student, Student Council. JAMES FRANK ATTEBERRY Tex . . . slow southern ways, lazy smile, deep dimples and affability . . . wistful . . . cruiser on crutches . . , attorney at law, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4. A 1 H5 ,um Mr. Bayes cruises the corridors I7 BONNIE ANNE BARNICLE Bonnie . . . slight, nonchalant, beguiling . . . gamin grin . . . feline grace . . . ever-busy . , . dental hygienist. Student Council 2, 35 Alternate Girls' State 3, Philomath, Sports Editor: Steering Committee 3, 4, Delegate to E.M.D.S.C. 3. GLORIA CLAIRE BASTILLE Sheena . . . trim and tall . . . sincere, industrious, pleasant , . . incessant vivacity . . . French revolutionist . . . college. Decoration Committee, Jr. Prom: French Club 4: Intramural Baslfefball 2? Candy Sale, Christmas Projects. THOMAS BELMONT Tom , . . a Hercules among men . . . fuse blower . . . future in electronics . . . weight lifter . . . navy. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. CARLO BENGIOVANNI Bengi . . . wheels unlimited . . . steady friend . . . sleeps away his cares . . . mechanically minded . . , insurance salesman. Christmas Projects l,.2, 3, 4. T 1 I 8 man jgefog fy.,-fugf MARJORIE ELLEN BATER Margie . . . mellow-toned and methodical . , . firmness and frolic . . . rapid writer . . . facile iuggler of words. Glee Club l, 2, Christmas Proiects lg Candy Sale l, 2, Red Cross Homeroomli Chairman l, 2. JUDITH LOUISE BEATRICE Judy . . . dry humor . . . laconic, steadfast . . . tranquil grace . . dramatic. . . gal with infectious giggle . . . undecided. Philomath Art Staff 4, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3: Science Fair 35 Library Aid 4, Decoration Committee, Student Council Dance 2. BARBARA SUSAN BERKOVICH Barb . . . perky, garrulous, ambitious . . . radiant smile . . . conscientious . . . dancing dominie , . . speech and hearing therapist. Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3g Red Cross Homeroom Represen- tative l, 3, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3. ANNE-MARIE BERRY Anne . . . nimble, buoyant, unassuming . . . refreshing complacency . . . witty . , . inexhaustible cheer . . . she'd sooner Lipton . . . language teacher. Field Hockey Varsity I, 3, A, Marshal 4, Philomath Biography and Verso Committee 4, Student Crier Staff 3, Corresponding Secretary, Drama Club 3. gaoffo ge Cu fzbafeofazz mown. ROBERT BERRY ob . . . ladies like red-heads . . . a Cochituate man . . . always ready fith a helping hand . . . machinist. iarshal 3, 4, Kiwanis Guest 3. JOHN C. BIASINI ahn . . . quiet, serious . . . auto-minded . . . has a ball in sports . . rizes the god of speed . . . business. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA JANE BOUCHARD 'riscilla . . . reserved, gentle . . . special shy smile . . . unruffled manner . , beguiling blue eyes . . . actress. Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Driver Education 4. HELEN CAROLE BRACKIN lelen . . . reticent, musing . . . many shades of mind . . . society and eclusion . . . blissful . . . medical secretary, ennis I, 3, Christmas Proiects lg Art Fair 2, Glee Club 4, Basketball. BRUCE MILO BLADES Bruce, . . gymnastically gifted . . . ready, reliable . . . rifleman . . . cheer- ful and consistent . . . civil engineer. Gym Team 3, 4, Captain 4. GEORGE BOLAND George . . . mechanically minded . . . friendly temperament . . . not a worry in the world . . . the errand runner . . . automotive engineer. Vocational Activity Committee 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 35 Kiwanis Club guest. VANCE BREMNER Vance . . . "a '52 Chevy" . . . likes Hi-Fi romance . . . neatest electronic man in Voc . . . service. Student Council 3, Marshal 3, 4, Voc Student Committee 2, 3, Deep Sea Fishing Club 25 Kiwanis guest 3. CATHERINE LOUISE BRIGHT Cathie . . . curious, eager, and sprightly . . . a ripple of laughter . . . a little girl blush . . ,surgical nurse. Christmas Proiects 2, 35 Science Fair 2, Gym Show I, 25 Glee Club -if Intramural Basketball 2. I9 A EBER EUGENE BROWN, JR. Q ezzfere offfe THOMAS ALAN BRILLHART Tom , . . taciturn and tactful . . . a Waushakum lad . . . Sportsman for enioyment . . . anything for a friend . . . accountant. lntramural Basketball l, Basketball 2, Red Cross Representative I, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. RICHARD EVANS BROUGHTON Dick . . . Maverick's protege'. . . fluctuating philosopher . . . continental taste . . . rides in style . . . college. Ebe . . . one of our hoopsters . . . the godd-natured scoffer . . . rugged looks . . . lives to enjoy life . . . career in air force. Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 2. SAM B RUSTAS Sandy , . , profusion of lustrous locks . . . affable and laughable . . . a wink of the eye as girls pass by . . . devilish, iaunty, unperturbed air force. . . Christmas Proiects i, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, A Cappella 3, Chess Club 2. PETER DAVID BUTLER Pete , . . keeper of the treasury . . . sociable, steady, complaisant friendship, freckles, and fame . . . shines on skates . . . college. Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Treasurer, Marshall 3, Baseball 2, Golf DELORES LORETTA BUTNER Dr,-1: . . , academically animated , . . vibrant, amicable, spirited gracious smile . . . striking dignity . . . aversion to indecision social worker. Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Prolccts 2, 3, 4. 20 3,4 RAYMOND OTTO BUSHELL, JR. Robb . . . sleepy smile . . . a man of many hobbies and a fine sport . . . the observing type . . . mathematically minded . . . math maior. Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Candy Sale. CHARLES BUTCHOK Butch . . . tall, lanky, likeable . . . wherever there's mischief, there's Butch . . . another twister . . . one of the Waushakum gang . . . refrig- eration. Basketball l, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. 02211012 gf 61517315122 as i l RICHARD LEO CARDIFF 'ick . . . lithe gym enthusiast . . . ambitious and constant . . . mermaid uard . . . plans to drum up some doctor business . . . physician. ihilomath 4, Science Club 3, Hockey l, 2, Band i, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 4. DOROTHY CAREY 'iorothy . . . placid and musing . . . unique imperturbability , . . skates ind skillets . . . distinctive trimness . . . nursing. lilee Club 3, 4. l I I 1 w ei JAMES CASSI DY l. img . . . a real Hopalong who can't shoot straight . . . a hit with the i 'rs . . . an Irish Potato . . . navy. hristmas Proiects 3, 4. MARIA-ADELE CASTELLANA iaria . . . conscientious and musing . . . resolute and resolved . . ecords and rackets . . . flashing dark eyes . . . to be successful. hristmas Proiects, Senior Play Make-up Committee. yjrgeczfst RONALD TOBY CANAL Ron . . . mighty, muscular, and mischievous . . . everybody's buddy . . . gridiron hero. . . lady's man . . . bound for Dean, Student Council i, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Glee Club 3. JOHN ANTHONY CAPONE John . . . born with a smile . . . self-contained . . , sharp apparel . . . direct and deliberate . . . college. Driver Education 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Candy Sale 2, 3. PETER ROBERT CARLSON Pete . . . immigrant Sherbornite . . . a basket every time . . . soft- spoken, thoughtful . . . Demolay . . . slated for success. Basketball, Glee Club. JUDITH ANN CARREIRA Judy . . . calm, attractive, alert . . , service with a smile . . . zany humor . . . soft-spoken . . . nurse. A Cappella Choir, Christmas Projects, Glee Club, Science Fair, Senior Play. 2I LOUISE THERESA CATTANI Louise . . . friendly and flirtatious . . . knack with a needle . . . social, peppy . . . popular marshal . . . college. Business and Advertising Staff 4, Marshal 3, 4, Junior Prom Entertainment Committee 2, Gym Show I, Girls' Glee Club l, 2. SUSAN GAIL CAVATORTA Sue . . . subtle and sincere . . . comely . . . droll sense of humor . . pizza pie, oh, my! . . . medical secretary. Candy Sale I, 2, Glee Club 4, Bowling l, 2, Student Crier Advertising Staff 4, Driver Education 3. DAVID JOHN CELLA Dave . . . quiet, but respected by all . . . a fine athlete . . . sincerity at its best. . . mild and unperturbable . . . college. Football l, 2, 3, 4, "F", Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4: Refreshment Committee, Student Council Dance, Patrol Committee, Junior Prom. KENNETH CELORIER Ken . . . tells tall tales . . . placid personality . . . a wild Plymouth . . promising future. Christmas Projects 3, Candy Sale 4. 22 I2 ffe sprzkzy ffe yin 65050 MARY ADELE CECCARINI Cecci . . . a genial, disarming manner . . . quiet-toned . . . frequent bowler . . . spontaneous humor . . . to be successful. Home Room Chairman, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2, 3, A, Pep Squad 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 4. ROBERT MICHEAL CELESTE Bob . . , quick, entertaining . . . automotive authority . . . sparkling iokester . . . cool and clever. . . college. Track l, Football 2, 3, Red Cross, Science Fair, Candy Sale. ' ROBERT HAROLD CHICKERING Charlie . . . sincere and co-operative . . . comely, capable, collected . . . valuable comrade . . . has acute Corvettitis . . . college. Feature Editor, Philomath, 4, President Drama Club 3, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, "F", Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. LLOYD CLARK Lloyd . . . mighty man . . . adamantly independent . . . Blue and White's spirited . . . energetic . . . "one of the crowd" . . . Football 1, 2, Christmas Project l, 2, 3, 4. 1 CU ,Qyffyffeofffe 7ffQf1C J royram. DAVID WELD CLOUGH ave . call of the outdoors , . . naturally nimble . . . cheerfully un- 'ncerned . . . enthusiasm can accomplish much . . . civil engineer. tristmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale 2. GLORIA JEAN CONNORS loria . . . smartly attired . . . eager to please . . . pleasantly serene . gentle, unaffected, sweet . . . secretary. ,Jsiness and Advertising Staff 4, Bowling League I, Christmas Proiects, lee Club, Driver Education. I I I LORRAINE ALBERTA COSTELLA lorrie , . . music fan . . . warm and likeable . . . high hopes . . . a liympathetic ear for all . . . model. gtirls' Glee Club, Christmas Proiects. WILLIAM ALAN CRAIG Gill . . . life is a bowl of cherries . . . witty remarks . . . effortless grin . . loaded with laughs . . . accountant. taseball I, 2, Basketball 2, Football I, Red Cross Chairman I, 2, Christmas Wroiects. I I I fl DAVID BRUCE COOPER Bruce . . . lazy smile . . . congenial, patient, dependable . . . sporting stature with collegiate charm . . . unobtrusively intelligent . . . automotive engineer. Basketball I, Golf I, 2, Boys' Glee Club 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Senior Play 4. BEVERLEE ANN CORBIN Bev . . . cheerful, thoughtful, gentle . . . music appreciation . . . petite . . . a friend worth having . . . I.B.M. operator. Christmas Proiects. CAROL MARIE CRANE Carol . . . "laughter on her lips and a smile in her eyes" . . . deliber- ate, unruffled . . . willowy . . . easy grace . . . secretary. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Music Festival 2, Candy Sale I, Pep Squad I. RICHARD LAWRENCE CREIGHTON Rich . . , sticks and skates . . . a quiet observer . . . earnest, pensive, natural . . . a sure success . . . farmer. Baseball I, 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, Football. 23 fs C30!05OI22O!'QS 609 CUQFQ GCG s PETER WILLIAM CRONIN Pete , . . inimitable . . . loads of fun and laughter . . . detention room chairman . . . skiing and skating, plenty of dating . . . Undecided. Christmas Proiects l, 2, Junior Red Cross Representative l. JAMES M. CROSBY Jim . . . a flashy smile with a sharp wit . . . a fast auto is his speed . . . determined, skillful, and persevering . . . devoted drag-on . . . mechanical engineer. Freshman Football, Christmas Proiects. JOSEPH CURRAN Joe . . . penalty room warmer . . . mad hunter . . . loves old cars . . . a streak of the unconventional . . . Navy. Glcc Club 2, Gym Team 2, A, Voc Deep Sea Fishing 4, Christmas Proiects 4, Biography and Verse 4. LESLIE RUTH CURWEN Ginger . . . an unsuppressed laughter rocks the skies . . . dean of per- fection . . . girl of the rainbow . . . flighty, light-hearted, and lively . . . HUTSC. Glen Club I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiccts I, 3, Candy Sale I, 3, Red Cross 3, Senior Class Play A. 24 wif Ufayrams an oflysecfzbns. LOU ISE JEAN D'ALESSIO ouise . . . good natured extrovert . . , indomitable . . . humorous aquacity . . . willing worker . . . college. ilee Club 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Basketball 2, Christmas Projects , 4. ADELE DANAHY idele . . . eye-catching . . . rhythm with a twist . . . a way with figures . . poised, aware, and chatty. enior Play, Art Staff, Philomath 4, Library Service, Drama Club 3, hristmas Proiects. ALAN DAYHOFF Nl . . . enthusiastic, rambunctious . . . one of the Sherborn brood . . unlimited temerity . . , French holiday . . . Navy. JOHN DEKISS ohn . . . speaker of merit . . . illustrious sculptor . . . unpretentious 'Yle - - - Summer rigging . . . medicine. and If 2, 3, Science Fair 3. ELLEN LOUISE CUSHING Ellen . . . eyes that tell a story . . . voice like velvet . . . casual style and manner . . . government secretary. A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Entertainment Committee, Junior Prom, Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. WILLIAM CHESTER DAISLEY Chester . . . snoozy . . . well-groomed . . , downs a cupcake in a bite . . . A Morris Minor's his luxury liner . . . to be a success in life. Basketball I, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN LOUISE DANIELS Sue . . . true devotee of F.H.S. , . . a loyal friend . . . reliable, yet reticent . . . steadfast . . . swoosher of the ski slopes . . . private secretary. Girls' Basketball I, 2, 3, Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. SANDRA ANN DAVIS Sandi . . . truly linguacious . . . hurry, hurry . . . mind of memories . . . knit I, purl 2 . . . secretary. Student Crier Typist 3, Red Cross Representative I, Gym Show 2, Christmas Proiects 2. l 25 opfomore peecf fauyff us KAREN LEE DELANO Karen . . . generous and emollient . . . a smile por el mundo . . . cordial calmness . . . kind and unaffected . . . college. Business and Advertising Staff, Student Crier 3, 4, Clerical Committee 4, Distribution Committee 4, Red Cross Representative lp Candy Sale l. ROBERT JOHN DELUCA Bob . . . rocky, robust, riotous . . . always monkeyshining . . . a credit to Mr. Charles . . . the "center" of attention . . . "Hercules and I are athletes" . . . engineer. Football l, 2, 3, -1, Student Crier Ag Science Fair 2, 3, Ag Usher, Junior Prom 3, Baseball 3. JOSEPH ALBERT DE SIMONE Joe . . . spontaneous talker . . . carefree clown . . . Mr. Mischief . . keep smiling . . . C.P.A. Christmas Proiects 3. JOSEPH POWELL DEW, JR. Joe . . . inventive, skilled, neat . . . a live wire , . . ingenious draftsman . . . pleasant, good natured . . . draftsman. Christmas Proiects 3. A born orator. 26 :efre ICI? Ce an DAVID ARTHUR DIMUZIO ave . . . a'subtle flirt . , . placid and veracious . . . casual talent . . . undecided. Jotball 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fai MARY ELLEN DOLAN tary . . . novel . . . lightly cheerful . . . merry with singing . . . diffi- ence . . . college. Cappella Choir 2, 3, District Chorus 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Red Cross epresentative 1, 2, Music Festival I, 2, 3. C012 frof a winning smile THOMAS VINCENT DOMICO Tobey . . . easy going . . . woodman . . . double exposure . . . subtle mischief maker . . . success in business. Christmas Proiects 2, 3. JOHN EDWARD DONAHUE Bear . . . a cub on the outside, but a bear within . . . a big oldsmobile . . . an eye for trouble . . . future in electronics . . . lion tamer. Baseball I, Voc Basketball 2, 3, Voc Deep Sea Fishing 3, Voc Bowling 2, 3, Glee Club 4. I f l QI The speech is delivered. 27 J uofafby sczenfzlsfs QQSIU ayeof PATRICIA ANN DONNELLY Pat . . . mirthful and delicate . . . innate humor . . . matchless P.J. party giver . . . lively telephone talker , . . government work. Business and Advertising Staff, Student Publications 4, Decorating Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Driver Education 3, Science Fair 3, Glee Club 4. JOHN DOUGHTIE Dought . . . a closed mouth catches no flies . . . quiet and concerned . . . bug on stereo . . . first man on the moon. Voc Student Government 4, Voc Deep Sea Fishing Club 4, Voc Basketball ' 2, Science Fair 2, 4, Hockey Club 4. I KAREN DOROTHY DOW Duck . . . always friendly and fooling . . . ever vivacious . . . glowing grin . . . amiable and animated . . . hairdressing.. Marshal 4, Student Council 2, 3, Steering Committee, Junior Prom 31 Refreshment Committee, Chairman, Football Dance 3, Usherette, Football Dance I. I I NANCY ELLEN DOWD I Nance . . . wit, dramatically illustrated . . . literary talent . . . mercurial awareness . . . sails for success . . . college. Assistant Editor, Student Crier 4, Vice-President, Dramatic Club 3: Photo Editor, Student Crier 35 Honorable Mention, Science Fair 2, Repre- sentative to N.E.S.P.A. 3. ANNE LOUISE DRAKE Anne . . . a delightful girl with gray-green eyes . . . collegiate style . . . adds zest to any group . . . at home with billowing sails and field hockey . . . college. Pictures, Co-Editor, Philomath 4, A.F.S. Finalist 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: Student Crier 3, Dramatic Club 3. rn- DIANE MARIE DRINKWATER Dee . . . delightful, capricious . . . friends galore , . . innocuous tease , . . . all-season water sprite . . . hairdresser. Christmas Proiects 2, 37 Typing, Student Crier 3. I I I JOHN IRVEY DUBE' I Jour., , thi- br-at kinrl of friend . . . graphic master . . . strumming i q,.v.iItf.r .. loyal, plwilatclistic, relaxed. I ROBERT JOSEPH DUCA it Dub- rirz, roachfrs, kids , , , laughing, singing, twisting . . . in- .'Iiz.'IiJ .Int ,'. irvortally ininriccl Mcollugc. , lggflnqll I, Q, 3, -1, Gym Team 2, Gyin Sliovv lg Steering Committee, 1'1" 'ir Ptfnvi 'J i ' i 28 MARY ANNE DU RANT Duranty . . . sunset tresses . . . smilingly friendly . . . clever, casual, and considerate . . . sing along with me . . . secretarial careers. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Typist, Student Crier, Advertising Staff, Philomath 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 4. TERRANCE ARTHUR DYER Terry . . . good looks and sophistication . . . inscrutable . . . suave and steady . . . star on skiis . . . C.P.A. Football I, Science Fair I, 2. JOHN CHARLES ELHILOW .Iohnny . . . stolid, muscle-conscious . . . stands the rock of Gibralter . . . "Going down to Eber's, John?" . . . man of many moods . . . headed for the Marines. Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Track 'l, 2, Gym Team I, 2. I RALPH HENRY ELLIS Ralph . . . artistic but light touch . . . hunger strikes in the night . . . 'hunting and fishing . . . "black and white saddle shoes" . . . neighborly, :observant . . . businessman. football 2, Christmas Proiects 2. pez? 122 15 Q cgczen ce azlrz LEOTA ANNETTE DUNN Lee . . . serene and starry-eyed . . . relaxed . . . dark, curly locks . . short and oh, so sweet . . . business college. Typist, Student Crier 3, Business and Advertising Staff, Student Crier 4, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiects 3, Usherette, Senior Play 4. MARY ELLEN DU PUIS Mary Ellen , . . luminous, unabashed . . . vigorous laughter . . . the continuous conversationalist . . . tenepin fanatic . . . hairdresser. Basketball I, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. JOHN MICHAEL EAGAN Seige . . . respected by his cronies . . one of Eber's boys . . . bowls 'em over with ease . . . Navy. Hockey 2, Christmas Project 2, 3. WILLIAM JOHN EDMUNDS Bill . . . nonchalant . . . gallant cavalier . . . veteran courter . . . intellect runs deep . . . rampant reader . . . undecided. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. 29 E759 jzks szzareofffe gays DIANE R. ELLISON Diane . . . wide-eyed, intelligent, and efficient . . . "tune that dial" . . . sociable and entertaining . . . with a wand, a magician , . . college. Maiorettes 4, Field Hockey 3, "F", Library Service 3, Philomath Picture Committee 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4. RANDALL VERNE ELLISON Randy . . . talking and tumbling champ . . . has a sweet tooth in math class . . . dozens of merry escapades . . . limber, bright . . . chemist. Gymnastics I, 2, 3. JOHN EDGAR FELCH Jack . . . engines and cabooses . . . contented with existence . . . off- beat humor . . . a head for numbers . . . military strategist , . . The Citadel. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee. HAROLD MICHAEL FENTON Hoody . . . one-man circus . . . happy, carefree disposition . . . a Hfiendish grin" , . . quite a shock of hair . . . Civil Service. Christmas Projects 3, 4. 30 ANAHID ESSAJANIAN Anny . . . diligent striver . . . quiet, exotic beauty . . . smiles and timidity . . . work for international airlines. Student Crier Typist 3, Intramural Bowling 3. BARBARA LOIS FEINSTEIN Fine . . . hockey heroes . . . orange pixie . . . laugh, laugh, tears . . . sometimes serious, always on the move . . . moral builder . . , teacher. Junior Class Steering Committee 35 A Cappella Choir 3, Reporter, Student Crier 4, Biography and Verse, Philomath 4, Student Publications. ERIN LOU FERNBAUGH Fluffy . . . spontaneous giggle . . . her boomerang won't come b . . . sparkling and gracious . . . light-hearted Ieprechaun . . . college. Christmas Proiects 3. RONALD JOSEPH FERRAGANIO Ronnie . . . Bane of Teachers existence . . . reveling, roaming . . . pitching pride . . . tall comanchero . . . Air Force Academy. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2. gmfo ffe Qap year MARY LOUISE FERRARI 'Vlary . . . sultry air . . . peppery and loquacious . . . pin crasher . . dancing and dreaming . . . nurse. Slee Club 2, 4, Music Festival 2, 4, Red Cross 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4. MARY LOUISE FERRARI 'Vlary Lou , . . the devil may care, but I don't . . . spur of the moment decisions . . . light banter and laughing . . . beautician. 'Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS ELLIOT FISHER Doug . . . sensible and serious . . . business tycoon . . . movies and cars . . . sonorous bass . . . unequivocal . . . business administration. Bowling League, A Cappella, Glee Club. GARY WILLIAM FISKE Gar . . . eagerness and ability . . . I3 inch grin . . . pool champion . . . rotary at corner . . . University of Michigan. Boys State Representative, Steering Committee for Junior Prom, Student Irier 4, Usher Junior Prom, Marshal 4. I I ..g,, aofe aw 1223 f ance. THOMAS EAGAN FERRARI Tom . . . peg-legged stylist . . . sharp as a razor . . . convivial party goer . . . hail fellow well met , . . IBM school. Track I, 2, Red Cross I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. PAMELA JEAN FINNEGAN Pam . . . trim, delicate, soft-spoken . . . keys up school spirit . . . musical mainstay . . . dedicated and modest . . . music teacher. Music Appreciation 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4. JAMES DESMOND FITZGERALD Fitzie . . . rapid repartee . . . tiny titan . . . an avid driver . . the life of every class , . . test pilot. Manager of Baseball Team 3, 4, Honorable Mention, Science Fair 3. RICHARD JAMES FITZPATRICK Fitz . . . stops shoppers . . . never slack in track . . . diligently clilatory . . . Flyer football fan . . . if the shoe Fitz, wear it . . , business. Track 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, 3I Uesf fades an DONNA MARIE -FOLEY 'Monkey . . short and snappy . . . fun loving and friendly . . . coiffeur's delight. . . flirtatious eyes . . . golden girl . . . beautician. Red Cross Representative 3, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Candy Sale 3. RONALD ALAN FORBES Ronnie . . . likeable, gallant . . . dairy's dapper delight . . . teasing actor . . . diligent and spontaneous . . . social gad-about . . . physician. Business and Advertising Editor, Philomath 4, Student Crier 4, Senior Play, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Basketball I. ROBERT R. FREEMAN Bob . . . roves and rambles . . . a striking bowler . . . unconstrained, independent . . . singular suite . . . business. Christmas Projects. ROBERT H. FROMMER Bob . . . stimulating thinker . . . ambitious . . . believer of spoil system in scales . . . unobtrusive effectiveness . . . methodical, much admired . . . physicist Biography and Verse Co-Editor, Philomath 4, Technical Manager Senior Play, Associate Editor, Student Crier 2, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Scif,-ncc Fair 2, 3. 32 Qfbfrafzon . . . RICHARD DENNIS FLAHERTY Flash . . . versatile and volatile . . . sleepyhead . . . a pied piper of pandemonium . . . "Iove those black corduroy sneakers" . . . sheet metal worker. Gym Exhibition 2, Red Cross Representative 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ELAINE FRANCES FOISY Elaine . . . lively laughter . , . merry gypsy eyes , , , sprjfely, genial . . . loves those parties . . . secretary. Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Bowling 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. ELDA FRANZINI Zelda . . . our vivacious Italian import . . . deep dimples . . . cordi and sociability . . . skilled with a needle . . . secretary. Senior Play, Music Festival I, Gym Show 'l, 2, Christmas Projects 2, Red Cross Representative 2, 3. JOSEPH FRASER Joe . . . quiet but mischievous . . . majored in building passes . . . lot of fun . . . undecided. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. 1 GS GCUS dl? MARGARET KATHLEEN GAFFN EY athy . . . petite and lighthearted . . . melodious giggle . . . flying fi- lncial fingers . . . consistently pleasant . . , secretary. 'iristmas Proiects 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 2, 3. PAULA ANN GAGEN aula . . . sparkling eyes . . . radiates cheer . . . ecstatic humor . . . ruld launch 10,000 ships . . . impeccable, frisky . . . business school. 'iristmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Usher, iotball Dance 3, Steering Committee. CHARLES GALLIVAN itarlie . . . pleasure is his business . . . galvanized nerves . . . passion rr driving . . . implacable, procrastinator . . . undecided as yet. 'iristmas Proiect 35 Candy Sale 3, 4. JOHN JAMES GARDELLI 'ash . . . tall and thin . . . many words for everyone . . . ready to tire at the age of twenty-one . . . wrestler. -oc Basketball 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. yra uczfes . . ALAN WALKER FROST Al . . . "Mr, Philomath" . . . responsible and roguish . . . irrepressible enthusiasm . . . worldly charmer . . . keen in intellect and activities . . . chemist. Co-Editor, Philomath, Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Junior Class Steering Committee, Boys State 3, Golf l, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LOIS FRYE Barb . . . calm, interested, friendly . . . "life is not life at all without delight" . . . timeless telephone talker . . . active social worker . . . college. Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Intramural Basketball 2. JOHN GAGNON John . . . penetrating persiflage . . . logical and droll . . . profound reflections . . . the compleat angler . . . college bound. Christmas Projects. JEAN LESLIE GALLAGHER Jeannie , . . gleeful, iaunty, and animated . . . master of ready remarks . . . large-hearted . . . cordial with the right degree of sincerity . . . airline stewardess. Student Crier and Philomath Advertising Staff 3, District Chairman 47 Glee Club 2, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3. X N I WL T dl x-- A XX ' 33 c7?a0z1A'7.s aw an reforzfg EDWARD GASTON Ed . . . ingenious, suave, and machiavellian . . , biting quips . . . between period opportunist . . . magnetic, omniscient grin . . . college. French Club 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3. JANA BETH GEDIMAN Jackie . . . sweet and petite . . . dares to be different . . , artistically inclined . . . always with a smile . . . hairdressing school. Glee Club 4. FREDERICK EMERY GIPPS Fred . . . tall, debonair . . . steadfast, unruffled , . . enterprising photographer and printer's devil . . . career in photography. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2. CI-IARLENE KAYE GODDARD Charlie-. . . flighty and flirtatious . . . blond locks, innocent eyes . . . All-American girl . . . candidate for golden apple . . . charming, active, and clever . . . college. Library Service 2, 3, 4, Junior Steering Committee, Student Crier 3, Field Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3. 34 CHERIE ANN GILMAN Cherie . . . artistic, calm, and honied . . , leading lady bound for the playbills . . . admired sophisticate . . . terpsichorean delight . . . college and actress. Philomath Art Editor 4, Student Crier Copy Editor 3, Drama Club 3, French Club 4, Library Service Club 2, 3. SANDRA ELAINE GIOMBETTI Sandi . . . letters are her lingo . . . a dash of mischief , . . frolics with the throng . . . out-going, social, and mighty . . . I.B.M. school. Refreshment Committee, Student Council Dance 2, 3, Marshal 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. MARCIA JANE GOFFIN Marsh . . . cynic . . . analytical viewpoint . . . satirical humor . . . flair for writing . . . psychology. Student Crier 2, Feature Editor 3, Sports Editor 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee 4, Philomath Art Staff 4, Marshal 3. NANCY LOUISE GOLDEN Nancy . . . diminutive, determined, and delightful . . . Miss Bonwit . . . a natural scholar . . . incisive candor . 2 . doctor. Layout Editor, Philomath 4, Copy Editor, Student Crier 3, French Club 4, Drama Club 3, Library Service Club 3, 4. JACQUELINE GOODE yzaarfeofa new ,U czse 0 our unzbry gap JAY RICHARD GOLDFARB iy . . . tall, dark, and handsome . . . aquatic and courtly . . . buoyant -st . . . "57" black Chevy . . , college. :nnis I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. ckie . . . benign spoofer , . . delicate, felicitous, and harmonious . . ptivating peppiness . . . smiling adventuress . . . hairdresser. Jsiness and Advertising Staff, Student Publications 3, 4, Committee ader 4, Usherette, Student Council Dance 3, Candy Sale 3. I I I RONALD GOVE onnie . . . a quiet man with a big stick . . . a friend to his classmates . . determined all the way . . . astronaut. BRUCE WILLIAM GRAHAM ruce . . . hockey demon . . . true to his word . . . benevolent, frank, 1d reserved . . . serious consideration . . . college. .Y X f -Y JEAN BARBARA GORMAN Jeannie . . . impetuous, lively, vociferous . . . charming smile saucy and spirited . . . writer of many letters . . , beautician. Music Festival I, 2, Pep Squad I, Christmas Proiects Sale I, 2, Girls' Glee Club I, 2. I, 2, 3 4 Candy BARBARA TERESA GORMLEY Barb . . . reserved, musing . . . versatile sportswoma . . . devout equestrian . . . gym teacher. Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 3, 4, Softball I, n . . speculative 2, 3, 4 GLENNA PAIGE GREENBERG Glen . . . modish mademoiselle . . . tiny'n trim . . . tious, well-bred . . . bursts of gaiety . . , oceanography. It S-'iv if altruistic conscien Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Science Fair 2, 3 4 Senior Class Play 4, Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3, Drama Club 3 SHELIA GAIL GREENBERG Shelia . . . adventurous antics . . . style pacer . . . . . . rollicking and pert . , . legal secretary. Advertising Staff, Student Crier 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, sd -so I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. 873. infectious frivolity Christmas Prolects Q Oryanlieofffe J 11121514 f rama viii. 'sf' ALFRED FRANCIS GLJRLIACCIO AI . . . smile of honest spirit . . . talkative . . . first to lunch . . . me- chanic. Glee Club 2, Voc. Bowling 2, Voc. Basketball 2, Christmas Proiects 3. SANDRA JUNE HAGSPIEL Sandy . . . pert, quizzical, persuasive . . . devilish pranks . . . sweet and sensitive . . . plans the gang's blasts . . . airline hostess. VIRGINIA ANNE GRELOTTI Ginny . . . leader of the megs . . . intelligent, inquisitive, aware . . commander of the Crier . . . volatile and versatile . . , mathematician. Co-Editor, Student Crier 45 Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Captain 45 Science Quiz Team 3, 4, Junior Class Secretary 3, Steering Committee 3, 4. LINDA A. GRENGA Linda . . . poignance and charm , . . a golden smile . . . friendship per- sonified . . . sympathy tempered with sense . . . teacher. Senior Play 45 Tickets, Junior Promg Refreshments, Football Dance 3, Gym Show 25 Candy Sale I. Student Crier, Business and Advertising Staff 45 Usherette, Student Council A Dance 35 Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 35 Student Crier Typist 3. L -Q 'cfs-1i'g1:1T 36 Miss Kline directs. anofenfereofsfafeewz' Q compefzbbn. FRED VVESLEY HARTZ GEORGE l. HALL Buster . . . easy going and complaisant , . . acerbic wit iongleur . . . rolling wheels . . . to succeed. Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4. LOIS GREY HARRINGTON Lois . . . ambitious, curious, vocal , . . world-wide colleague calligrapher . . . never loses her bearings . . . teacher. Publicity Committee, Jr. Prom 3, Glee Club 2, 4, A Cappella Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4. . . . errant . . . prolific Choir 3, 4, ired . . . confiding, sure, and obliging . . . a charm all his own . . . trumming minstrel . . . a friend indeed . . . electronic technician. Baseball 2, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, A Cappella 3, Science Fair 2, 3, :andy Sale 2, 3. PAUL LEONARD HAZELTON 'aul . . . well favored, refined, earnest . . , mild in manner . . . great n stature . . . lacrosse player . . . undecided. Ihristmas Proiects 3, 4. 1 , 5 l S fs as ,.. a.:,.... Q.. . .dal-.-.w 12, """V, '- . - 5- .ff- , MQW" ' '! V- -Q--.emnnfzrfc On stage. 37 ROBERT ERWIN HEALD Woodie . . . pleasant, free . . . highly personable , . . the Thoreau touch . . . eager for the Maine influence in life . . . college. Band l, 2, 3, Usher, Junior Prom 3. ROBERT JAMES HILL Bob . . . placid and loyal . . . this Hill can make a mountain . . . the other end . . . power spurred by determination . . . Dean Junior College. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 11. MICHAEL HOPPER Mike . . . easy, limber, and flexible . . . cool swinger with a hot guitar . . . as many friends as freckles . . . a Valiant strummer . . . college. Entertainment Committee, Harvest Hop 2, Entertainment Committee, Spring Dance 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Red Cross l, 2. TERRY JOHN HOWELL Dixie . . . gun-toting, striving, and worthy . . . quiet perception hearty disposition . . , Hey, Terry, it's hunting season . . , meteorologist. Bowling l, 2, Track l, 2, Christmas Projects l, 2. cc' uloafzonaf C 01yQre12 ces KAREN LOU HOFFMAN Candy . . . busy, modish, prepossessing . . . winsome, striking blonde . . . remarkable verbosity . . . daffy antics . . . always on the go . . . model. Glee Club I, 2, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. MARY BERNADETTE HOLLERAN Bernie . . . familiar, lightsome, adaptable . . . inimitable spirit . . . haste makes waste . . . winter and summer water-baby . . . hairdresser. Chairman, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Spring Dance Cleanup Committee 2, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3. EVELYN JOAN HOYT Evie . . . deserving, philosophical . . . timeless talk-talk-talker . . . well- wisher . . . with life and spirit . . . "Evie"-dently iust right . . . to be successful and happy. Science Fair 2, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects I, 4. CHARLES E. HUGHES, JR. Charlie . . . towering, serious, and taciturn . . . a flash on the slopes . . . an introspective wordling . . . heads for the frontier , . . college. Hockey I, 2, 3, Junior Prom 3, Baseball l, Christmas Proiects. 2, 3. zyfzezzce our gufure ?Qz2s. RHEA H. HURWITZ a-Re . . . neat'n nonchalant . . . convivial . . . the artistic her 'forte . "Her manner is as warm as her smiIe" . . , nurse. ography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4, H.R. Chairman, Christmas 'ojects I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Music Festival 2. RICHARD HYNES ick . . . tall, watchful, and relishing . . . the 58th variety . . . big time anager . . . overflowing cup of pleasure . . . college. mior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Football Manager 4. KAREN SUE JACOBSON Karen . . , kindly, agreeable, performing . . . fanatical equestrienne , , i Picasso at heart . . . eager and sporttul . . . riding instructor. Ihristmas Projects 4. SANDRA ELIZABETH JACKSON Sandy . . . fanciful, impish . . . avid bibliophile . . . insatiable love at adventure . . . procrastinating but accommodating . . . nurse. Science Fair 2, 3, Library Service 2, A Cappella 2, Music Festival 2, Ihristmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. PRISCILLA JUNE IFFLAND Scilla . . . unique, fascinating, peerless . . . unlimited interests with talents to match . . . expressive hands . . . strings along with Segovia . . . boundless vocabulary . . . artist. Student Crier 2, 3, Editor 4, Junior Steering Committee 3, French Club 4, A.F.S. Semi-Finalist, Senior Play 4. KATHLEEN MARY JACK Kathy . . . doll-like, dainty . . . pensive look, but pixie ways . . . dedicated Flyer fan . . . a sparkle in her eye . . . teacher. Entertainment Committee, Junior Prom, Science Fair 2, 4, Music Festival 2, Homeroom Chairman, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Candy Sale l, 2. RICHARD EVERETT JENN ISON Rick . . . inventive, tall, couth . . . stereophonic stirrup . . . writes in blood . . . problem puzzler . . . scientific degree. Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 3, 4. LORRAINE G. JOHNSON Lorraine , . . subtle and unwordly . . . pleasure with a palette . . . in- terests unlimited . . . as English as a crumpet . . . foreign language study. Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3, Advertising Staff Philomath and Student Crier, Gym Show, Christmas Projects, Glee Club. 39 M ere ' 'Eid i i.-'t VIRGINIA MARY KELLER Ginnie . . . demure, prim, and proper . . . one the light fantastic toe . . . her own creator of fashion . . . mollified mellifluence . . . dress designer. Basketball I, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom, Advertising Staff, Student Crier 4, Make-up Committee, Senior Play. MAURICE JOHN KELLOGG Moe . . . pebble puppy . . . enjoys the outdoors . . . chaistolite collector . . . it's such a comfort to take a bus when sightseeing in the U.S. . . . geophysicist. Honorable Mention 3, Worcester Regional Science Fair, Honorable Mention 2, Science Fair, Band l, 2, 3, 4. KAREN ANN KILEY Karen . . . sportive, gratifying, assiduous . . , always a smile, neve'r a frown . . . always a social worker . . . fluent flow of words . . . Civil Service, Business and Advertising Committee, Student Crier 3, District Manager 4, Student Crier Typist 4, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom. KENNETH JOSEPH KIMBALL Ken . . . always obliging and welcome . . , sports spectacular . . . innately droll . . . big number '70' standing on the corner . . . college. Football I, 2, 3, A, "F", Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, "F", Baseball 2, Marshal 4, Jun-or Prom 3. 40 wjfwe yo X513 year? 7' ARTHUR LEO JOY Art . . . a man of many moods . . . a good word for everyone . . . ready with the right answer . . . handsome and shy , . . U.S. Baseball I, Hockey I, Vocational Student Committee, Biography and Verse, Philomath. LEAH GERRY KAUFMAN Leah . . . verve, poise, depth . . . waterfall of words . . . assured vigor . . . a personal style . . . social worker. French Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, H.R. Chairman, Red Cross 3, Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3, Senior Play 4. I I I 1 EDWARD JOSEPH KERNS Ed . . . lack-a-daisical mannerisms . . . anything for a laugh . . . off to the races . . . touiours en retard . . . pharmacist. Football 2, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2. I FRANCIS WILLIAM KERRIGAN Kerry . . . wistful, wry, deliberate . . . conventional with original clash . . . knows where he is headed . . . built-in teakettle . . . college. Science Fair I, 2. -5- yzzesfzoneofffe . j7Q,0gQ1 5. WILLIAM BLAKE KIMZEY Bill . . . what a drawl! . . . teasing snickers , . . hey-day comes every day . . flame thrower . . . North Carolina transfefee . . . to graduate from UNC. Christmas Proiects 4. THOMAS FRANKLIN KINDER Flex . . , one-man circus . . . sports enthusiast . . . adept athlete . . . unruffled . . . will live like a king . . . service. Gym Team 3, 4, Captain 4, Student Crier 3, Voc Basketball 2, Hockey Club 3, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Biography and Verse, Philomath. FRANCIS LEO KIRBY F.L .... able, fit, cool, humor is the spice of this boy's life . . . action n the arena . . . mighty manner. . . college. Elockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Vice-President, lunior Class 3, Steering Committee, Junior Prom. LINDA RAE KLEINBERG Lin . . . charming and disarming . . . smart sophistication . . . phoney har- :inger . . . teasing style . . . college. :eature Editor Philomath 4, Art Staff Philomath 4, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2, 3, 47 Advertising Staff Junior Prom 3, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4. DAVID RAY KLOCK Dave . . . accommodating, composed, timely . . . hushed dialogue . . . labors like a klock . . . proiected future in store . . . college. Hockey 'ly A Cappella 3, Senior Play, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2, 37 Finalist 3, Science Fair. JOHN EDWARD KORONA John . . . unerring, hard-working, independent . . . precocious preminger , . . . pecuniary attraction . . . up with the hunt , . . business man. Senior Play, Production Manager, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross l, 2, 35 Christmas Proiects. f in THEODORE HENRY KWASEK 'eddy . . . Mr. Basketball . . . invincible, sedulous, dynamic . . . flash if speed, a never-tiring companion . . . accountant. lasketball 2, 3, Captain 4, Baseball 2, 3. . '- txt' -, SHERRY KAYE LAMONTAGNE ty +7 iherry . . . our southern belle chimes with gaiety in F.H.S .... feminine charms . . . blooming, graceful, and chatty . . . natural finesse . . . undecided. ,N fin 4l I, 7 ur 61 cgfeefzhy ommzffee DAVID ALLEN LANE Dave . . . keeps his engine running . . . a true gourmand . . . apt, obliging, and positive . . . apparent straight mindedness . . . sales manager. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. CAMILLE ANNE LAQUIDARA Cam , . . cordial, moderate, and natural lass . . . with a billowing bouffant . . . perpetual conversationalist . . . bowling strikes her fancy . . . secretary. Typist Student Crier 3, Library Service Club 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3. Q, 'yup Q., - 3- -saw, , . . KW ' bmw.. ' , ' ' ' -' ni . f1L"...f . . W H gs: ff. il 1 STEPHEN FREDERICK LARRABEE Steve . . . resourceful, clowning, certain . . . diversified dabbler . . . renowned Sherbonite . . . a wealth of undeveloped talents . . . college. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Committee, Philomath, Student Crier 3, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom. ROBERT DEANE LAULAINEN Bob . . . wayfaring mania . . . notable collector of arms . . . call of field and stream . . . dauntless, observant, and unbending . . . college. Christmas Projects 4, Candy Sale 4. 42 DONNA LARIVEE Donna . . . confident, complying . . . domestic proficiency . . . gentle, temperate method . . . a rabid rooter . . . teacher. Driver ED 4, Basketball l, 2, Glee Club 2, Music .Festival 2, Christmas Protects 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2. EDWARD CONNESS LARKIN Ed . . . ioking, latent, and rapt . . . smooth dresser . . . the first of the great spenders . . . incessant parley , . . college. Hockey 'l, 2, 3, Homeroom Representative, Red Cross 2. lQ1g2J,'L. lilfli v 7.- - uv: r- 3'-il" --f , ' . -,xc ' Y.. - -,I vm 55 RICHARD PETER LAVOIE Richie . . . constant gleam in his eye , . . zealous hockey player . . . lots of laughs . . . absolute optimist . . . digression his stronghold . . . electrical engineer. VERNON JOSEPH LAWS Vernie . . . well-known and carefree . . . the show must go on . . . sth-J letic interest . . . a member of the team . . . college. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiect! 2, 3, 4, Clean-up Committee, Junior Prom. fl unzbf' f 140122 K.. cc M aj 77 Q J ryanzieof anyrz' ROBERT ALAN LAYTON kza . . . deft, contemplative, and car-crazed . . . one of the clan . . trikes up a fine string . . . strong-willed rook . . . college. rack 3, 4, Basketball 2, Bowling l, 2. JEAN MARIE LeBLOND eannie . . . dependable, sentimental, and consistent . . , welcoming smile . . deliberation and discretion . . . reassuring consideration for all . . nurse. icience Fair 2, 3, Driver Education 3, Christmas Proiectsp Candy Sale I, 2. I RICHARD JOHN LEHMANN llie . . . one of Eber's boys . . . disc spinner . . . a pro at the bat . . alwart, ingenious, and muscular. hristmas Proiects I, 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2. JEAN SHIRLEY LENKNER :annie . . . companionable, composed, and halcyon . . . a firm link of nity . . . freckles and finesse . . . a noble gentility . . . college. hristmas Proiects 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3. 'Q CAROL ANN LeDUC Carol . . . felicitous, loyal, and courteous . . , scrupulously fairminded . . . aquatic skimmer . . . unwavering devotion . . . business school. Library Aide 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Music Festival. PATRICIA MARY LEE Pat . . . casual, uncluttered, and festal . . , freckled friendliness . . chums plus chatter . . . parties are her watchword , , . nurse, Christmas Proiects lg Field Hockey 2, Glee Club 4. EDWARD T. LEVAY Eddie . . . enrolled at Nutlee Nutrish . . . enioys being railroaded . . . a Saxonville defender . . . tres dr6le . . . college. Public Speaking 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale Ig Driver Education 3. IRIS ELLEN LEVINE Iris . . . star gazer . . . F.H.S. fan-atic . . . slim and breezy . . . senti- mental flower . . .legal secretary. Member of Business and Advertising Staff 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Decorating Committee Junior Prom 37 Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, -if Glee Club 3, 4. 43 K.. ROBERT JENNINGS LINDSTEDT Bob . . . iovial, accommodating, and fraternal . . . lofty vantage point . . . a Nobscot boy . . . a hunter of merit who mounts his own skins . . . draftsman. Science Fair 3, 4. JANE CAROL LIPPMAN Jane . . . classical, occupied, and self-contained . . . wields charcoal deftly . . . taste and charm . . . a raven-haired dryad . . . fashion buyer. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2. DONALD PRESCOTT LOKER Speedy . . . a rc-'il ioker . . , chaotic taste . . . guns his wheels . . . an alletim-g good timer . . collc-ge, Hockey, Boys' Glen Club. Elm av unfonttriftv-rl ifll.,rtlO"j".l Rnd Cross. 44 ELLIS L. LONDON id gtuflf-nt . . observant, industrious, and remarkable love lor biology . . . ventures off the beaten path js ffe year C me . . . e faofll S. MICHAEL LEVIN Mike . . . a leader among men . . . serious, versatile and fervent . . iron self-determination . . . enioyable wit . , . law. Student Council, Vice-President 3, President 4, Track I, 2, 3, 45 Steering Committee, Student Crier 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3. THOMAS FROST LINCOLN Abe . . . faithful, ambitious, agreeable . . . enioys all phases of life A . . . potential knight-errant . . . hi-fi fanatic , . . to see the world, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Christmas Projects I, 2. JUDITH ANNE LIPSON Judy , . . proper, shy, and restful . . . inventive sketcher . . . nimble thimbles . . . cascading tresses . . . art teacher. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 45 Candy Sales 2, 3. MARC LIPTON Gorgeous Marcus . . . shrewd and subtle . . . a bon mot for every occasion . . . a real ham . . . "The Bug" suits him to a "tea" . . . doctor. Honorable Mention, Science Fair 2, 3, Student Crier 4, Science Club: Usher, Junior Prom, Tickets, Senior Play. I I I I I i I 1 I ur 124511 enco unfer CUIZ5 Gokye J oar 5. in MARTHA STEWART LUCE 'tartha . . . shining smiles . . . compact comeliness . . . gaiety hiding rehind seriousness . . . musically skilled . . . success. I Cappella 4, Business-Advertising Committee, Philomath 4, Glee Club 4, Jrchestra I, 2, 3. AMEDEO ANGELO LUCIANI Andy . . , dark and handsome . . . a real workhorse . . indiscriminate vink . . . "Chef" d-oeuvre . . . undecided. ootball I, Red Cross 2, Glee Club 3. CARL FRANK McDONALD Iarl . . . has seen a chunk of the world . . . quiet-spoken, hopeful, and esponsible . . . palette loaded with ability and ambition . . . unerring teadiness . . . commercial artist. Ihristmas Proiects I, 2, 4. MICHAEL THOMAS MCDONALD llike . . . tall and still growing . . . "never in the rough" . . . frolics in he athletic world . . . kidding, sportive, and meticulous . . . further his education. Ihristmas Proiects 2, 3. JOSEPH MERRILL LONG Buzz . . , a iovial genial disposition . . . always smiling . . , hundreds of hobbies . . . a driver of merit . . . theological school. Band 2, 37 Industrial Arts Fair, Football Manager 4. PETER ALBERT LOUNSBURY Pete . . . heartening, responsive, intent . . . handy with a Gallic iest . . . somnolent scholar . . . president of the B-46 club . . . college. Hockey 2. BEVERLY GAYLE LYNCH Bev . . . pleasant, thoughtful, and refined . . . expressive eyes . . . dainty hockey player . . . foreigner to discouragement . . . college. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Senior Play. WILLIAM JOHN MCCLELLAN Bill . . . self-reliant and inquiring . . . fountainhead of philosophy . . . Salinger's protege . . . an interest hidden in the rocks . . . undecided. Student Crier Staff 4, Senior Play 4. 45 e mel' agazh U2 epfem er ROBERT JAMES MCEARLAND Lucky . . . determined, cocky, and ready . . . a fast smile coupled with a quick wit . . . offhand organizer . . . liked by all . . . graphic arts. Steering Committee, Junior Prom, Basketball 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4. DAVID MCGAUGH EY Dave , . . he who tries hard must succeed . . . coffee and donuts . . a live wire . . . electronic technician. Vocational Marshal A. JOHN ERVIN MCKINNON John . . . drawn by the lure of the woods . . . uncomplicated, fore- sighted, and outgoing . . . a rifle for a trademark . . . amateur television critic . . . restauranteer. Christmas Proiects 4. JANE MARIE MCNALLY Jane . . . tranquil blonde . . . an ivory castle of books . . . persistent cheeriness . . . skillful skater . . . secretary. Christmas Proiects l, 25 Basketball lg Candy Sale 2. 71'r"r1'-" -. ' - ' '11 Y "c 4 " 1 .F ' .9 t --', Q' Q' ' If cf,a-1'- ' i , ,',s-- i. '. ' rn . b '1 T' ' ' . ' " in ff - ' .ab Eg' - WK- A, If .., V-.', .MQ ,A+-'gifs Y ' ...f6a'1xf.3:'-L'-'T N l i , .. . .4 - k., -vfrabg' 2' f , te -mas, , -A-as-sig,-an-s - A view through the court yard. 46 or our scgoofyear fOyQf5QZ'I LILLIAN ELLEN MCNEIL sie . . . sedate and completely composed . . . merry, spontaneous .ighter . . . crown of golden locks . . , industrious Lilliputian . . . secre- ry, ym Show 2, Typist, Student Crier 3, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, Candy Sale 3. PAUL JOHN MCNEIL ihn . . . hibernation is his pastime , . . unobtrusive intelligence . . arpshooting and dragging . . . charmed herpetologist . . . college. :ckey lp Christmas Projects 2, 3. Glee Club 2. ing. Verse Committee 4, A Cappella 3, 4. SALLY ANN MCNEILL Sal . . . golden affability . . . captivated wanderer , . attracted by glitter ing bobbles . . . genial, modest, and ingenuous . . secretary ROBERT JAMES MacDOUGALL Big Red . . . leader of the winged shoes . . . a finger in every activity . . . carefree, warm, and generous . . . rollicking serenader engineer Football l, 2, 3, -'15 Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball 1 2 Biography and f. if Miss Lathrop has been requested to order some pillow s. 1 .- I2 our enzbr eazg ffe fere FOREST ROLAND MAGUIRE Frosty . . . a straight shooter . . . a keen passion for food . . . writes a whale of a composition . . . has a lensman's eye and a rolling gain . . . addicted to science fiction . . . commercial photographer. Science Fair 2, 3, 4. THOR BARR MAGNUSEN Tex . . . quick, expressive, suave . . . heavenly angelic melody . . . a gentleman's wish always comes true . . . austral origin . . . doctor. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Picture Committee, Philomath 4, Picture Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Senior Play 45 All District Chorus 3, 4. DIANE RITA MAILHOIT Di-Dt , . . tall, unworried, and modest . . . dedicated gourmet . . . disciple ot the clfmcc . . . style is her master . , , model. 'DV' Clul. 2, ff it Q Fi-'.r...il 25 Cfmrly Sfilc 2, 3g Rocl Cross 2. DENIS V. MANNING l.1"i tiil irq, pry!-vi'-il , ciuirlx hilli tliu quipg , cranial ICU- '1-f 'fr 'lx .uitli tlii, ,qinfl F' ","vlf1'.pl't,"'l', rl, Cflrtfly Still- 3, fl 48 NANCY MacRAE Nan . . . pensive, sure, and capable . . . seriously efficient . . . en- thusiastic party-goer . . . admirable convictions , . . occupational therapy. Field Hockey l, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Gym Show 1, 2, Decorating Committee Junior Prom, Christmas Proiects, Glee Club 2. DOROTHY LOUISE MACRELLI Dotty . . . delicate, appreciative, and careful . . . ladylike perfection . . . eager to leap the language barriers . . . music suits her moods . . interpreter. Science Fair 2, Glee Club l, 2, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3. JUDY ANN MAHER Petie . . . ebullient, sauntering, poised . . . sincerity gains success . . a light heart lives on . . . plentiful aplomb . . . Fisher Junior College Decoration Committee, Junior Prom, Typist Student Crier 35 Christmai Proiects I, 2, 3. , NORMAN FRANCIS MAHONEY Mo-Mahoana . . . hi-fi hipster . . . stimulated energy . . , sports of al sorts . . . carload of laughs . . . college. Christmas Projects l, 2. i C eofz e prooeoffo 69 a new expefzence. FERNAN DA A. MARQUES rn . . . outgoing, forthright, patriotic . . . bustlin' busy bee . . . always iable . . . managing mistress . . . secretary. :dent Council I, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4, Girls State Representa- e 3, Senior Play, Business Manager, 4, Library Aid 3, 4, Student Crier pist 3. ALICE LOUISE MARSH d . . . rare, radiant, and redheaded . . . a gentle heart . . . good tured sympathy . . . literature obsession . . . bright future. xrary Service Club 4, Typist, Student Crier, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE JOSEPH MEDEIROS ry . . . always relaxed . . . a quiet smile . . . philatelist and numisma- ' . . . unwavering school chauvinism . . . electrical engineer. ristmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA JANE MEEKER ' . . . mollified, serene, dreaming . . . a world of music . . . warm gra- usness . . .far-sighted lass . . . business. Cappella 4, Glee Club I, 2, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, ence Fair 2. ANNE MARGARET MANUEL Anne . . . skating, undesigning, and ebullient pachyderm fan . brimming sentimentalisti . . cunning sarcasm . . . secretary. Typist, Student Crier 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. SUSAN C. MANZELLA Sue . . . natural, considerate, and soothing . . . uncontrollable giggle . . . revels in records . . . winning simplicity. . . to travel. Christmas Projects 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Candy Sale 4. ANDREW LOU IS MASSA Andy . . . amusing, genial, unassuming . . . small box of explosives . . . amateur geologist. . . ace of diamonds . . . college. Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross I, 2, Science Fair 2. ANDREA LOIS MASTROCOLA Andi . . . verve and vitality . . . night light and city living . . . a mind all her own . . . efficient, witty, stylish . . . interpreter. Business and Advertising Staff-Student Crier and Philomath 3' Harv t , es Hop Publicity Committee 2, Red Cross Committee 2, Library Service 4, French Club 4. 'nga 3 J , ri' f. if , A 49 ' C Q Gee re Q enzbrs EUDENE HYMIDA MERCURY Dene . . . genuine, undeviating, and hospitable . . . amicable generosity . . . bright-eyed grin . . . never gets bowled over . . . nurse. Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 4, Candy Sale 2, 4, Glee Club 3. JAN ICE LOU ISE MERUSI Jan , . . bouncy, smiling, and sweet . . . a sleeping beauty . . . faithful flyer fan . . . perennial water lily . . . bookkeeper. Typist, Student Crier 3, 4, Correspondence Committee, Jr. Prom 3, Glee Club 2, Gym Show 2, Christmas Proiects I. tiki S DEBORAH R. MILNER Debby . . . cute, welcome, right . . . smiles, then beguiles . . . sets her course and sails away . . . pocket-size specialty . . . College. Feature 8. Art Comm., Philomath 4, Dec. Comm. Jr. Prom. 3, Drama Club 3, Christmas Projects, Ticket Comm. Student Council Dance. JUDITI-I ANN MOAN Judi . . . mild, Sanguine, and faithful . . . freckled mischief . . . owner of a stuffed rnenagerie . . , high spirits her constant companion . . . teacher. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, Dec. Comm. Junior Prom, Gym Show 2. fi 50 UQ! an LINDA M. MILLER Crash . . . literate, ablaze, Iissome . . . enthusiastic horse woman . . . athletic vigor . . , bright grin . . , I.B.M. lntermural Basketball 2, Bowling Team, Gym Show 2, Glee Club 2, Music Festival. LINDA CARROLL MILLS Linda . . . active, offhand, English . . . sociability with a capable mind . . . philosophical theories . . . around the pond and down the slopes . . . college professor. Basketball I, 2, 3, "F", Art Comm. 4, Dec. Comm. Jr. Prom 3, Picture Comm. Philomath. ST I FUP'-A 07 JUDITI-l ANNE MONTALBANO Judy . . . shy, astute, indefatigable . . . sketch and steno pads . . . banks on keys . . . channels her interests . . . secretary. Glee Club 2, Typist, Student Crier 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. AUGUSTUS JOHN MOODY Gus . . . dauntless, good-humored, and strapping . . . a pun-master . . . gets carried away in chemistry . . . camping and fishing Maine iac . . . master's degree. Lighting, Senior Play 4, Science Fair I, 2, Christmas Proiects. uesfzbneof-42.5 KAREN OLIVIA MOORE K . . . gay, pretty, and helpful . . . sways to the latest beat . . . blue- eyed innocence . . . tangled in telephone wires . . . private secretary. Business and Advertising Staff, Philomath 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, Pep Squad I. JOSEPH T. MOORE Joey . . . fervid steeple chaser . . . casting and flies . . . chronically easy-going . . . mighty, reliable, and dextrous . . . certified public ac- countant. Christmas Project 2, 3, Candy Sale 3, 4. DIANNE MARIE MURPHY Dian-ne . . . conscientious, informed accordant .'. . pacifically pleasant . . . subtle satiric humor . . . marked maturity and poise . . . seemingly retiring, but truly enthusiastic . . . college. Dramatic Club 3, Student Publications 3, 4, Library Service Club 3, 4, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3, Sports Committee, Philomath 4. PETER MICHAEL MUTHER Pete . . . unaffected, willing, popular . . , mad about cars . . . dazzles the girls . . . versatile skier . . . architect. Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects 4. 'era FRANK L. MORRISSEY Tanka . . . gay, dashing, and devilish . . . a twinkling, roving eye . . the human pretzel , . . well-timed remarks. Baseball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Red Cross, Homeroom Chairman I, Save the Children Federation, Homeroom Chair- man 2. KAREN LEE MULLIGAN Mully . . . epicurean, iabbering, snoozy . . . forever flirting . . , electric charge account . . . delightful gadabout . . . airline school. Advertising Committee, Student Crier and Philomath 3, 4, Gym Show I, 2, Basketball 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 2. MICHAEL C. NAPOLITANO Mickey . . . quick-witted, happy, and considerate . . . foreman on the fairways . . . radiates friendliness . . . quiet depth . . . engineer. Golf 3, 4, Football I, Basketball I. RICHARD HOWARD NELSON Rich . . . determined, straight, and auto-obsessed . . . on a party tread- mill . . . four-speed reactions . . . life with gusto . . . to graduate. Band I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. Sl 769 SUCCQScyClfGdD Y G12 MARY ELLEN NICOLAS Mary Ellen . . . meticulous and poised . . . sparkling spirit spreader . . . gay, gabby and expeditious . . . smiling eyes with a personality to match . . . nursing. Student Council 3, Corresponding Secretary 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Junior Steering Committee: Christmas Project l, 2, Chair- man 3, 4. JOHN KARL NIERMEYER Karl . . . serious, purposeful, and staid . . . a seasoned thinker . . . favors chemical recipes . . . dotes on literature . . . chemical engineer. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 'l, 2. l JANICE MARIE NOBILINI Jan . . . unassuming, sensible, and agreeable . . . DaVinci radiance . . . bevy of friends , , . Iulled by the sound of music . . . x-ray technician. Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3. CHARLES S. NOLAN Chic , . forceful, dr-dicated, and willing . . . a leader of tees men . . . guard of the gridiron . . . Maverick's pupil . . . military future. Football A, C-fill 3: Basketball lg Track l. 52 BRENDA ANN NERI Bren , . . generous, unaffected, ingenuous . . . bright dancing eyes . . . bowls 'em over . . . stuffed animal collection . . . bookkeeper. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4. CHARLES MITCHELL NICHOLAS Chas . . . ever-kidding, would-be chef . . . a masterful masticator . . . on the right track . . . a sound and sight man . . . prep school CVOSS Country 4: Track 4: Bowling 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 3, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4. KRISTINA LEE NILSON Kris . . . effervescent and loquacious . . . an all-weather friend . . . civic-minded . . . her happiness is contagious . . . study of foreign lan- guages. Student Council 2, 4, Editor of Biography and Verse, Philomathp D.A.R. Good Citizen, Student Crier 2, Reader 3, Senior Play 4. DAVlD DONALD NOBILINI Noby . . . the girls come first . . . denizen of the deep . . . oceanic skier . . . attentive and resigned . . . college. Band 2, 3, Patrol Committee 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3. Q gay 5214066 feof fge fjsillf 1112212 i PAUL NYER lPaul . . . patient, sanguine, lenient . . . prizes his "Babe" . . . energetic igusto and wit . . . prize punster . . . sure-footed sportsman . . . college. ,Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4, Senior Play 4, Track 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4. BRUCE MANNING O'BRlEN ,Moose . . . casting, shooting, sculpturing . . . unlimited drive . . . never .a dour moment . . . epicurean tastes . . . college, it ,Hockey 4, Football l, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Chairman, Red Cross l, 2, 4, ,. Glee Club l, 2, 3. 1. il It l. yi l t JOHN JOSEPH oi2iFicE "'Johnny Boy" . . . hilarious and always with it . . . a mountain of muscle . . . one of a harmonious four . . . a hot ticket . . . U.S. Marines. Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir, Entertainment Committee, :Dances, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2. ' MALCOLM B. OSBORNE Ozzie . . . sociable, breezy, and quick . . . "flouringly" talented . . . a 'record stacker . . . long week-ender . . . baker. 'lChristmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale l. JEAN NORDFELT Muffin . . . deliberate and unruffled . . . urbane interests . . . kaleido- scopic coitfure . . . always on the go . . . private secretary. Christmas Proiects l, Candy Sale l, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Music Festival l, 2, 3. ROBERT EDWARD NORTON Beetle . . . popular, versatile, energetic . . . every sport beckons . . . impossible to squelch . . . one ot the four squires . . . business manager. Baseball 3, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2. AGL vis RICHARD JOHN ODLUM Dick . . . resolute, industrious, novel . . , chess whiz . . . an avid student . . . assorted pastimes . . . all argument is divine . . . college. Chess Club l, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Cross Country 3, Track 3, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2, 3. SUSAN HOPE ORENSTEIN Sue . . . perky marionette . . , chatty, gregarious, good-humored . . . buttons 'n bows . . . whimsical weathervane . . . college, Feature Committee, Philomath 4, Advertising Committee, Junior Prom 3, Art Staff, Philomath 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. 53 WARREN FRANCIS OTENTI Bunk . . . Iank, athletic, and convivial . . . active swinger . . . follows the ioyride trail . . . keeps his stalking up . . . engineer. Basketball I, 2, Football I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. MARY ELLEN O'TOOLE Mary . . . gay, observant, alert . . . crowning red hair . . . adroit with the auto . . . captivating Irish ways . . . nurse. Ticket Committee, Senior Play 4, Typist, Student Crier 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2. AUGUSTINE JOSEPH PAOLINI Joe . . . fabulous at football . . . the polished gentleman . . . capable captain . . . pizza palate , . . college. Football I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Marshall 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. DENNIS ALVIN PARENT Denny . . . a tone of determination . . . Medway's good-will ambassador . . . a hit with I'.is classmates . . . to be a millionaire. Vocational Basketball 4, Glee Club 4. 54 f an assemgf, we earzze jg RALPH JOSEPH PALERMO Butch . . . casual lounger . . . plays a mean guitar . . . strong athletic interests . . . devilish ways . . . college. Eootball I, 2, Bowling Team 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. CAROLYN JEAN PALMER Carolyn , . . sweet, resolute, benign . . . unassuming beachcomber . . . a talented violinist . . . no stereo person she . . . social work. Orchestra 2, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proiects 3, 4. ROBERT A. PARKHILL Bob . . , quiet toned, questioning, musing . . . out of the North . . . has the humor for life, not the awe of life . . . craving to explore the seas . . . oceanography. Golf 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, Gym Show I, 2. CLAIRE MARIE PASSALAQUA Passy . . . popular log-roller . . . civic-minded, sporty, skylarking . . . constant crusader . . . predestined for future success . . . executive sec- retary. Candy Sale Winner I, 2, Junior Prom Steering Committee 3, Student Council 4, Vice-President, Senior Class, Glee Club 2. Y I I I I I I. I I I I I I I I I I Il It Il I I I .L Me ,0 ans or 1159 new ANTHONY STEPHAN PASTORE IWTony . . . swingin' and twistin' . . . riding high in the wide open spaces '. . . checks and chicks . . . heavy weights and light hearts . . . college. .Football 1, 2, Golf 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects Chairman 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Chairman I, 2. RICHARD E. PATINO Dick . . . the convertible type . . . mechanically minded . . . easy going and well disposed . . . man about town . . . undecided. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. I I CARL RICHARD PEARSON Hugo . . . quiet and collective . . . loves motorcycles . . . a real shock ' getter . . . models aircrafts . . . electronic technician. Christmas Projects T, 2, 3, 4. MARCIA ANN PECKHAM ll'VIarsh . . . composed and fastidious . . . efficient and tactful . . . strength :of her convictions . . . a passion for sartorial excellence . . . English Iztprofessor. pi3iography and Verse Editor, Philomath 4, French Club 4, Library Service ' Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Drama Club 3. I I I gn I 1 I I I sc 00 SHIRLEY JOYCE PATTERSON Shirl . . . even disposition with a tranquil mind , . . reliability is the key word . . . well-groomed freshness . . . hair dresser. Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Music Appreciation 3. JOHN DOUGLASS PAUL, JR. Doug . . . carefree, cheerful, friendly . . . quick with a quip . . . a Sherborn rover , . . follows the call of the woods and stream . . . Navy. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. STEVEN DAVID PELL Steve . . . reserved, uncomplicated, natural . . . possessor of great pa- tience . . . casual manner and impish grin . . flying cinders . . . iournalism. Gym Team 3, 4, Cross Country 3, Track 3, 4. JAMES M. PENSIERO Egnatz . . . smooth, soft-spoken, and informal . . . strums a blazing guitar . . . native touch of the artist . . . Continental stamp . . . Philomath handy-man . . . college. Assistant Art Editor, Philomath, Golf 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Science Fair 3. 55 Despzfe ffezk ups an 0660125 FREDERIC THOMAS PETERSON Fred . . . agreeable, reserved, ambitious . . . a variety of hobby irons . . . weather-wise weather man . . . an ear and taste tuned to hi-fi . . . electronic technician. Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Occupational Conference Committee 3. CATHERINE ANN PETRUCELLI Cathy . . . petite, sweet pixie , . . disks and wheels . . . interesting . . effervescent energies . . . friends abound . . . marriage. Glee Club 2, 3, Music Appreciation 3, Christmas Proiects 3. DAVID ANTHONY PEPI Pep . . . taciturn and introspective . . . piscatorial fascination . . . lucidity of thought . advanced doodler , . . wildfire management. Honorable Mention, Science Fair 'l, 2, Christmas Proiects 1. DIANA LOUISE PERINI Diana . . . compact, bright, relaxed . . . blithe spirit . . . literary command . . . suasible familiarity . . . college. Drama Club 35 Advertising and Business Staff 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Glee Club 25 Library Service Club 4. S -1 i- .4..., ,1 , ...AM-N 56 T..- ,i qxwm , .,-.- Kc-up that ball, Framingham! 4 'Q- 'R STANLEY ANTHONY PIECEWICZ Poland . . . optimistic, actual, amusing . . . dozens of daily escapades . . . immediate epigrammatist . . . adept at pitch . . . business college. Red Cross Chairman 1, 2, Christmas Proiects 3, Football 3. GERALD PIGNOLO Jerry . . . exuberant, entertaining, decided , . . man of machines . . . comic command . . . always a comment . . . business school. Football 1, 2, Harvest Hop Committee 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 47 Red Cross Committee l. -- CGUSQJQ dk!!! UIQAICAY gfgd S. LINDA ANN PHILBRICK Lin . . . calm, set, kind-hearted . , . built-in ready smile . serious-minded and hard-working , . . liberal bibliophile . . . undecided. Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3. LEO JOSEPH PICONE Leo . . . persistent and soft-spoken . . . follows many proiects . . . deft hand with motor and electronic bugs . . . his car is the thing . . . electronic technician. Candy Sale l, 2, 35 Christmas Proiects l, 2, gvl'lJfi35,t'ii if . .' -1 "Gently, fellows." 57 -W X59 EEZQQFS7 feam wzyafvays MARCIA SYLVIA PIHL Marcia . . . beaming, blonde, companionable . . . a friendly smile, a big hello . . . one of our stick-throwers . . . popular . . . teacher. Maiorette 3, 4, Save the Children's Federation, Christmas Proiects 3: Junior Prom Decoration Committee, Red Cross Committee 'l. JOANNA MARIE PISCITELLO Jo . . . winsome, charitable, and deserving . . . supreme ruler of the kitchen . . . a relish for riding . . . bowling alley boarder . . . secretary. Girls' Glee Club l, Christmas Proiects 3. VICKI-JO POLLINA Vicki . . . brisk, sparkling, conversable . . . literary and iournalistic tastes , . . sunny side of the street . . . a ball with the bases . . . Emerson College. Feature Editor, Student Crier 4, Reporter 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3. SANDRA LEE POOLE Sandy . . . certain and smart . . . particularly pleasant . . . the wistful way . . . sunny, smilin' Sherbornite . . . E.N.C. and teacher. Business and Advertising Committee 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club l, 4, Girls' Bowling Team 1, 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2. A KATHRYN E. POLITZER Kathy . . . industrious, illustrious, and intelligent . . . an aversion to shoes . . . ready sympathy spiced with wisdom . . . a wizard of the cool quip . . . college. Co-Editor Philomath 4, Student Crier 2, 3, Library Service Club 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Drama Club 3. JERILYN POLLACK Jeri . . . newsy and nonchalant . . . urbanity and smiles . . . pleasantly optimistic . . . party-going gal . . . college. Homeroom Chairman Christmas Proiects l, Clean-up Committee, Football Dance 3, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom, Salvation Army Committee, Christmas Proiects 3, Manager, Field Hockey 2. HAROLD WILLIAM POTTER Harry . . . Mr. President . . . winning, true, savoir faire . . . muscles, masculinity, and marshals , . . sporting all season . . . lawyer. Senior Class President 4, Student Council 4, Biography and Verse Com- mittee, Philomath 4, Marshal 3, Student Crier 3. CLAYTON LEE POWDER Gun . . . idealistic and enthusiastic . . . a quick hand with cars . . . architect of castles in the sky . . . skilled to a tee . . . hails from Saxon- ville . . . electronic technician. Football I, Gym Show 1. sa ,T E 1491220122 0146122 0521 122 our 122122 .Q l i BONITA SUE POWELL ,Vita . . . slim, animated and euphonious . . . ping-pong pandemonium . . . facility in calisthenics . . . bewitching style . . . anesthetist. Zhristmas Proiects 4. STEPHEN EDWARD POWELL Steve . . . gregarious, congenial, lively . . , facile deck shuggler . . . at home with backboards and courts . . . a sharp eye and interest for all sports . . . Air Force. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country l, Manager, Football 4, Track 1, 2, lFootball 2. l SCOTT GEORGE PROU DFOOT Chief . . . imperturbable, straight-forward, questing . . . a subtle, quiet approach to humor . . . keen interests veiled in reticence . . . baseball and bowling his ken . . . industrial engineer. Ihristmas Proiects 4. MARK A. PROUTY Vlark . . . mechanical, athletic, and challenging . . . always in the swim . . a gay blade . . . automotive craze . . . mechanic. Ihristmas Proiects 3, 4. 'QS MARTHA JANET PRATT Marty . . . equitable, adroit and responsible . . . steadfast determination . . . an unswerving confident . . . energetic . . . nursing. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, "F" Softball 2, 3, 4, "F" Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects Homeroom Chairman 3, Glee Club 4. THEODORE DELAND PRICE Ted . . . earnest, unhurried, mature . . . unpretentious intelligence . . . ranges ably the field of math and science . . . his risibilities react to quiet humor . . . doctor. Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD FRANCIS QUINN Terry . . . reposed, friendly, and sensible . . . ham of the airwaves . . . studiously dependable . . . innate ability . . . chemist. Christmas Proiects l, 2, 4, Candy Sale 3. LANA LOUISE RAGONA Lalahnie . . . slim, captivating, and pretty . . . an overflowing parcel of pep . . . expert in the romantic hearts , . . with elfin tendencies . . . stenographer. Music Festival, Candy Sale, Christmas Projects, Student Crier Typist 3. , 59 ur C ass jfespzdns .sprea Zffim P N 'ub- f-4" -diy, IS' DONNA LUCILLE READ Donna . . . placid, attractive, patient . . . domestic flair . . . uncanny, original, and independent . . . studious and quick-minded . . , says little but speaks wisely . . . linguist. French Club 4, Executive Committee, Red Cross I, 2, 3, Decoration Com- mittee, Junior Prom 3, Dramatics 2. SUZANNE MARIE REARDON Sue . . . efficient, chic, vivid . . . unfettered mind and spirit . . . skillful creator of togas . . . a touch of mirth and merriment . . . teaching. Senior Play 4, Drama Club 3, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 4, Gym Show 2. SUSAN JOAN RINEHART Peanut . . . placid, unspoiled, and compliant , . . graciously feminine . . . under a musical spell . . . a smattering of grease paint . . . college. Senior Play 4, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Science Fair 2, Christ- mas Projects 2, 3, Candy Sale I. RAYMOND A. RIVA Ray . . . quiet but witty . . . seldom awake , . . saving himself for a bright future . . . drag strip specialist.. . mechanic. Vocational Marshal 4, Vocational Student Committee 4, Glee Club 2, 3. 60 PAUL ALBERT RAINEY Paul . . . ubiquitous sportsman . . . indolent smile . . . grapples with barbells . . . fleet, minuted, and stable . . , college. Christmas Proiects 3, 4. JOSEPH LEO RAYMOND Joe . . . silent, pensive, clever . . . cars are his care . . . rabid historian . . . sports surveyor . . . college. Baseball 3. I I I . I CAROL ABBOTT REED I Carol . . . congenial, sensible, and serious . . . mountain scaling marvel , . . . engrossed in literature . . . keys of music . . . teacher. Bank I, 2, 35 Christmas Proiects 3. ALAN CHRISTOPHER RENDA Al . . . retiring, smiling, guileless . . . Ivy League mien . . . really fine Q . . . intellectually bent . . . college. Baseball 2, 3, Advertising Committee, Student Crier, Christmas Proiects ' I, 2, 3. I I lfcSfar0Q15fD upon I. I LEONA FRANCES ROLLS Lee . . . charming, soft nature . . . poised, smiling, and at ease . . . values sincerity . . . dreams in the sky . . . airline hostess. Business Advertising Staff, Student Crier and Philomath, Music Festival 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Proiects T, 2, 3, 4. L ANN LEE ROSENAU Annie . . . Dannie , . . fiery, mysterious, and adventuresome . . . sophisti- 'cated but never blase . . . compact supply of humor and wisdom . . . 'a penetrating, omniscient glance . . . college. lStudent Crier 3, 4, A Cappella Choir, Library Service Club, Photography Committee, Junior Prom, Senior Play. l ALFRED P. ROSSINI itFred . . . well-liked, casual, and optomistic . . , destined not for tar fand feathers, but pitch . . . off-hand mannerisms . . . maiors in enjoying lllife . . . college. ,Football 4, Basketball T, 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. L MARC GARY Rom Vlarcus . . . compelling, imaginative, and creative . . . entomologically erudite . . . spontaneously witty . . . a variety of intriguing talents . . . quizzical and sedulous . . . college. Science Fair 2, 3, Biography and Verse, Philomath, Decoration and Photog- 'aphy Committee, Junior Prom, Drama Club 3, Senior Play 4. PAULA VALARIE ROBERTI Pixie . . . foolin', frolickin', fantastic . . . memories and souvenirs . . exuberantly alive . . . talent for mischief . . . l.B.M. school. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Advertising Staff, Philomath 4, Typist, Student Crier 3, Glee Club l, 2, Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom 3. JUDITH ANN ROCH Rocky . . . glib, conversable, and lissorne . . . with reeling cadence . . a vaulting pacer . . . melodious chortle . . . accountant. Senior Play 4, Library Aid 3, 4, Student Crier, Typist 3, Junior Prorr 3. STEPHEN IRVING ROSS Sterling . . . quick, entertaining, frank . . , racquets, spring-boards, and cars . . . the Farley Club . . . the best of everything . . . college. Tennis 3, 4, "F", Feature Staff, Philomath 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Save the Children Federation 3. JOHN J. ROSSI Roscoe . . . beaming and enthusiastic . . , strums the old strings . . . a fleet-footed weight-lifter . . . never strikes out . . . U.S. Navy. Science Fair l, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Christmas Proiects l, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2. '2 6l Q G rzlsfmas s SANDRA LEE RUSSO Sandy . . . refreshing, coquettish, and sparkling . . . volcanic voice . . ecstatic cheerleader . . . far-reaching laugh . . . nurse. Cheerleader 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Library Service Club 2, 3, 4, Decoration and Refreshment Committee, Junior Prom, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. MYRA ELIZABETH RUZSITS Mike . . . lively, unique, and amiable . . . virtuoso with the violin . . . investigates many fascinating byways . . , rivals the sun with her warmth . . . concert violinist. Orchestra l, 3, 4, A Cappella l, 2, 4, Glee Club 'l, 2, Field Hockey 'l, 2, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4. MARY JANE SALLAWAY Mary . . . sunny, comely, and delightful . . . natural style . . . a key to her charm , . . imaginative . . . college. Christmas Proiects l, 2, Glee Club I, 2, Music Festival 2. LINDA KATHRYN SALVATI Linda . . . sincere and helpful . . . the smile that never fails . . . flir- tatious brown eyes . . . avid hockey halfback . . . nurse. Entertainment Committee, Football Dance 3, Christmas Proiects 3, Orchestra Committee, Junior Prom 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, "F" 62 F' fi 5.99122 0130 uyff ROBERT EDWARD RYAN Roscoe . . . impressive, direct, and forward . . . a hound on the hunt . . . one of the Sherborn fellas . . . a chariot racer . . , undetermined. Christmas Projects 2, 3. LAWRENCE RYLEY Larry . . . rest, rest, rest . . . procrastination is his middle name . . satiric asides . . . pied piper of pandemonium . . . service. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3. RICHARD H. SANGER Dick . . . aboveboard, spruce, candid . . . music is to be sung . . . quiet man with quiet wit . . . a solid citizen . . . college. Boys' Glee Club 2, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Northeastern District Chorus. LOUIS EUGENE SARTORI Lou . . . successful scholar . . . world traveler . . , only one of his kind . . . hit with the girls. . . engineer. Class Representative 2, Voc Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Kiwanis Club Representative l, Voc Marshal l, 3, Student Council 2. fbrff many new XQQJQXJ an . DEBORAH DIANE SAWYER Debbi . . . glamorous, strong-minded, and flirting . . . an aura of extrava- gance . . . cascade of memorable antics . . . ioyous inflection . . . college. Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 47 Red Cross I, 2, 45 Science Fair 2, 4. ALAN LEE SCHALTENBRAND Schultz . . . volatile, yet confident . . . versatility a strong point . . . no time to think life dull . . . a subtle eye for the girls . . . Air Force Academy. Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4. JOSEPH G. SCOFF loe . . . serious, unobtrusive, mild-mannered , . . tees off for pleasure . . sports and sleep alike appeal . . . an early Ford fan . . . business. football lp Baseball lg Hockey 2. t' PATRICIA DIANE SEIBERT Hat . . . peachy Georgia blonde . . . stately, chic, and sleek . . . easy o talk to . . . boys turn their heads . . . college. Ihristmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Candy Sale 3, 4. .-t. CHARLES R. SCHULER Chuck . . . "Charlie the Great" . . . gradual, likeable, and iocular . . . one of the "boys" . . . athlete extraordinaire . . . diverting clrollness . . . skindiver. Football 'l, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball, Baseball lg Red Cross 'lg Christmas Proiects. RICHARD SCHWARTZ Dick . . . venturing and speculative . . . longest of the free-wheelers . . . one in every port . . . sporting hoopster . . . college. Christmas Proiects 4. GARY ROBERT SELNICK Gary . . . assured, distinctive air . . . musical action aplenty , . . the pupil of impulse . . . a trumpeter of note . . . C.P.A. Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Brass Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 3. JOSEPH GERALD SELNICK Gerry . . , complex and sincere . . . masters his sixteen chessmen . . . ranges the electronic circuits . . . aspiring, mid-western, and rustic . . . motel business. Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 4. 63 X59 Gffzbfm as ?rqeCf.9 were ffe PAUL J. SHEA P.J ..., prankish, fortuitous, square-shooting . . . winged heels . . . the pursuit of the untamed . . . no grounds for complaint . . . landscaping. Cross Country l, 2, Hockey l, 2, 3, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3. ARTHUR SlGEL Arty . . . quizzical, impulsive, and novel . . . arty in dress and drama . . . a camera Fitts him well . . . originated the "Seven-Day Foot Test" . . . electronics engineer. Cross Country l, 2, 3, "F", Track 2, 3, 4, "F", Senior Play, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3. DOROTHY HELEN SLECZKOWSKI Dotty . . . one of the gay and gabby . . . unpredictable live wir . . . smiles galore and more . . . yoga specialist . . . college. Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3,. Science Fair 2, 3, Christmas Pro ects l, 2, 3, Gym Show 2, Basketball l. BEVERLY JEAN SMITH Smitty . . , quiescent and moderate . . . a stroke of luck . . . skylarking outlook . . sprouting summer wings . . . airline hostess. Typist, Student Crier 3, Christmas Projects l, Glee Club 2, 37 Ml-'SiC Festival 2, 3, Gym Show 3. GERALD SEYMOUR Jerry . . . effortless grin . . . lots of power . . , a fine friend . . . care- free, cheerful view of life . . . mechanic. Football 2, Gym Show 2, Ford Auto School 4. GERALD P. SHEA Jerry . . . casual and swingy . . . never behind the eight ball . . . prefers therwide open spaces and hunting . . . offhand fun seeker . . . business. Cross Country l, Christmas Projects 3. SANDRA ANNE SIMONS Sandy . . . vivacious, light-hearted, merry . . . soft-ringing laughto . . . genial outlook on life . . . gregarious . . , hairdresser. Usherette, Spring Dance 3, Red Cross l, Student Crier, Typist 3. GORDON A. SKINNER Gordie . . . frank and easy-going . . . a little nonsense now and the . . . a mean rebounder and a blazing fastball . . . turkey day refer . . . sage mannerisms . . . college. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4 e i. mosf .succesgfzf 122 ffe .Sc oofs 5157014 . SUSAN EVELYN SMITH Je . . . witty, winsome, wonderful . . . a merry wanderer . . . subtly isarming . . . always in contact . . . iunior college. fpist, Student Crier. WALTER W. SMITH nitty . . . fun-loving, laconic, and willing , . . haunts the country club . . riding toward the sweepstakes . . . motorcar monomania . . . U.S. .arines. hristmas Proiects 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3. DENNIS WILBUR SOULIA une-up . . . zest for zany humor . . , industrious and alert . . . high der . . . fascinated by femininity . . . automotive engineer. ocational Activity Committee 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Glee Club ,3, 4, Vocational Basketball 2, Kiwanis Club Guest. CLAYTA JEAN SPEAR layta . . . sedate and contemplative . . . a fair "Miss" . . , heart and :ul a vocalist . . . sensibility and sincerity make success . . . teacher. . Cappella Choir 3, 4, Decoration Comm. Prom 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Iusic Festival 3, 4, District Choral Society. EDWIN GEORGE SMITH Smitty . . . thoughtful and genial . . . four speeds and accelerators . . pastime of planes and chips . . , doggedly determined . . . pilot. Christmas Proiects l, 2, Candy Sale I. ROBERT G. SMITH Smittie . . . goofing off and talking . . . never a divot duffer . . . there at the right moment . . . finds sleep irresistible . . . bookkeeper. Christmas Proiects, H.R, Chairman, Salvation Army. WARREN ALLEN SMITH Smitty . . . persistent and stable . . , a multiple of interests . . . flash bulbs and meters intrigue . . . a touch of trouble shooting . . . naval aviation. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Student Handbook Committee 3, 4, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3. MARILYN S. SNYDER Marilyn . . . dependable and attentive . . . good sense, good nature . . . glides on glaciers . . . diligence has its rewards . . . teaching. Senior Play 4, Business and Advertising Staff, Philomath and Crier 4, Intramural Basketball 2, Christmas Proiects I, 3. 65 7 759 Gkss 0 62 oryanzie our DAVID EVERETT SPENCER Dave . . . tranquil, thinking, technical , . . always refined and mild mannered . . . aquatic pastimes . . . contemplates most accurately in numerical logic . . . college. Christmas Proiects l, 2, -1. JUDITH MARLENE STEIN Judy . . . poise and character . . . especially hushed , . . backstage powder puff . . . la premiere presidente . . . teacher. French Club 4g Dramatics 3g Decoration Committeeg Junior Prom. RHODA PEARL STEIN Rhoda . . . talkative and cheerful . . . pink-cheeked crispness , . . marvelous merrymaker . . . anything is possible for she who possesses good will . . . social worker. Glee Club: Gym Show l, 25 Christmas Proiects ly Candy Sale. MURIEL ELLEN STERN Muriel . . . witty, frolicsome, and likeable . . , a rapid pacer in sciencel . . . deft guitarist . . . prefers F.M. . . . invoker of pleasant moods . . .i medical research. 1 Picture Co-Editor, Philomath 47 Student Crier 25 Science Fair 2, 3, 47' Dramatic Club 35 Publicity, Senior Play 4. 1 l 1 LL I f ag 1 '- fgknsf Qnyzzaye Joczef , ffe grencf GAYLE LOUISE STODDARD Gayle . . . laughing, companionable, fanciful . . . admirable abilities . . . twirling and whirling . . . our "number one" secretary . . . hairdresser. Maiorette 3, 45 Class Secretary 4, Glee Club 2, Christmas Proiects 3. WILLIAM CARLTON STOGSDILL Bill . . , urbane, meticulous, reflective . . . sticks for drap strips . . . relaxed, unruffled view of life . . . yet, avid and lively in the group . . . U.S. Navy. Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. r RICHARD L. STONE Rollin' . . . co-operative and chipper . . . gathers no moss . . , effusive humor. . . eager numismatist . . . psychology. Christmas Projects I, Candy Sale I, 2, Science Fair 2. JACOB STUKULS Jake . . . silent and absorbed . . , seldom worrying . . . able racqueteer . . . philatelist student . . . history teacher. Cross Country 2, 3, Track 3. Miss Bonville intrigues her club members with French customs. 67 li I2 2909122 QI" KENNETH H. SUTHERLAND Ken . . . clothes, personality, hidden talents . . . suave, expressive, and quick . . . iaunty casualness . . . a knowing grin . . . college. Science Fair 2, Red Cross I, 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Football l, Decorat- ing Committee, Junior Prom. MARY JUDITH SWEENEY Judy . . . diligent, thoughtful, and personable . . . 3 "F" Flyer . . snappy irons and flying sticks . . . a true sport . . . math teacher. Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Captain 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Softball l, Captain 2, 3, Christmas Projects. L PATRICIA IRENE TEMPONE BB. . . . imaginative and humorous . . . rambunctious, energetic sportswoman , , . pointed individualist . . . omnipresent tomfoolery .. . FIUFSC. Basketball I, 2, 3, Hockey I, 4, Science Fair 2, Softball I, Co-Capt. 2: Christmas Projects l, 2, 3. ' DANA ELLERY THORPE Dana . . afiable, clapper, and restless . . . a iuggernaut among rt19ffY make-rs . , relaxes with pins and wheels . . . always on the move .. chi-f. Basketball lg Football l. 68 G12 GIQLIGIY 609 faaf I BETTY ANN SUAREZ Bets . . . blithe and bubblin' . . . stick master . . , ten pin follower . . . social, exact, poised . . . topflight twirling . . , legal secretary. Drum Maiorette 2, 3, Head Maiorette 4, Red Cross Representative 2, Band Concert 2, Student Crier Typist 3, Music Festival 2, 3, Christmasl Proiects 4. WILLIAM RAY surf Bill . . . daffy, imperishable, and delirious . . . great gift of gab . . .I perpetual motion . . . rarely serious , . . state trooper. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, Gym Team 2. I PATRICIA JAYE TAYLOR I Pat . . . interested, condoling, and assuaging , . . immediate glow . . . . peppy demeanor . . . rapt in blue and white . . . elementary school teacher. Advertising Committee, Student Publications 4, Glee Club l, 2, Music: Festival l, 2, Science Fair 2, 3. PAUL ALLEN TAYLOR Paul . . . blond, terse, and lofty . . . man with a golden touch . . . has' things all sewed up . . . peppermint convertible . . . engineer. I E Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 3. I I our Qsf encounfer 40115 Cokye I oar 5. RICHARD s. TIRRELL Dick . . . incidental intelligence . . . chronic vacationist . . . a sundae special . . , unconcerned and efficient . . . college. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale 3. RICHARD JOHN TODD Dick . . . good-humored 'and picares-que . . . pigskin-plunging marshal . . . riotous ioker . . . menace of the mound . . . pro-ball player. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Capt., Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4. KENNETH C. TOZER Cen . . . a hearty make-'em-laugh manner . . . determined and dogged ivill . . . car demolishing demon . . . rnechanic. locational Marshal 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4. PETER EDWARD TRAVERS 'ete . . . strong-minded, even-tempered . . . enioys the simple life but 'uns a fast pace . . . perseverant rebounder . . . never off course . . . engineering. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, Captain 4, Track 3, 4, Golf l, 2. KATHLEEN MARY A. TIERNEY Katrina . . . charming, regal, and gay . maiorette vertigo . . . swift on the slopes . . . a cool reserve . . . college. Maiorette 4, A Cappella 4, Student Publications Business and Advertising Staff 4, Softball 3, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom 3. CAROL ANN TINSON Calo , . . spirited, applied, and compatible . . . an entrancing song-bird . . . mountain of records . . . her thoughts drift toward the sea . . . secretary. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3, Make-up Committee, Senior Play 4, Circulation Staff, Philomath 4. i pn: Y ' - i r ROBERT RICHARD TOMASETTI Bob , . . resolved, agreeable, and observant . . . sorcerer with wheels . . . amphibious cruiser . . . a straight thinker . . . electronics. Track l, 2, Hockey l, 2, Science Fair 2. THOMAS ALBERT TOMASETTI Timmy . . . confident, bouncing, surprising . . . ardent pigskin spectator . . . a universal chum , . . omnipotent gymnast . . . engineer. Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4. 69 une .Saw ffe Q BONNIE LEE TRUDEL Bon . . . tiny bundle with titanic personality . . . caretaker of DI . . . Undercurrent of mischief . . . vital, beguiling, and exuberant . . . college. Student Council 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Chairman, Candy Sale 3, 4, Science Fair 3, Chairman of Ushers, Student Council Dance 3. ELIZABETH ANN TUPPER Betty . . . fairy-tale philosophy . . . constant companion . . . with pungent wit . . . sentimental, knowing, and planning . . . nurse. Christmas Projects. VALERIE EDITH VALENTINI Valerie . . . capricious, glittering, and benign . . . captivating stride . . . a navy correspondent . . . a pretty sentinel . . . medicine and marriage. Marshal 3, 4, Junior Steering Committee 3, Biography and Verse Com- mittee 4, Chairman, Entertainment Committee, Junior Prom 3, Refreshment Committee, Football Dance 2, 3. SUSAN M. VAN WATERS Sue . . . bright, alert, and scintillating . . . cavorting sprite . . . close companionship . . . ability to turn a phrase . . , college and nursing. Biography and Verse Committee, Philomath 4: A.F.S. Semi-Finalist 3: Steering Committee, Junior Prom, Reporter, Student Crier 3, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention 2. your .scfoof I FRANK PETER URBANI Pete . . . a travelling man . . . great on the mats . . . Giant fan . . always has an audience . . . a regular sportsman . . . undecided. Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. JOAN MARIE VAILLANCOURT Joan . . . fair, alluring, starry-eyed . . , sprightly whims . . . bills, bills, bills . . . gem-like blonde . . . hairdresser. Red Cross Homeroom Chairman I, Glee Club 2, Music Festival 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD JOSEPH VARRICHIONE Dick . . . plays slow motion football . . . homework pool . . . robust and offhand . . . has telephone shirt model . . . to go to college. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2. CHARLENE VINCINI Charl . . , sympathetic, tuned-in, and energetic . . . humor keeps her soul alive . . . almond eyes . . . with composed restraint . . . interior designer. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 70 ,I careers af X69 6012 uef rf GQJS WALTER LEE WAGN ER ,lally . . . the great white hunter . . . single-mindedly devoted to cars . , chemical lamp-lighter . . . an indolent yet peppy friend . . . 'ildlife management biologist. l:ience Fair 2, 3, 4. JUDITH MARIE WARREN lJdie . . . begins with a grin , . , willowy and seraphic . . . skillful sgittarian . . . enveloped in a pastel cloud . . . teaching. l ldvertising Committee, Student Crier and Philomath 3, 3, Refreshment iommittee, Student Council Dance 3, Glee Club I, 2, Science Fair 2, ilusic Festival l, 2. r ROBERTA ELAINE WEINREBE iobbi . . . able and apt . . . a happy, helpful disposition 'sinks ahead . . . a sense of style . . . psychology major. -iography and Verse Committee, Philomath, Drama Club 3, Ihoir 4, French Club 4, Science Fair 2, Honorable Mention 3. PAUL F. WERKOWSKI . . always A Cappella 'aul . . . undeviating, industrious, sanguine . . . stars in science , . 'nplicit drollery . . . reticent logic . . . Air Force. tcience Fair 2, 4, Bowling Team I, 2. 2 l 'll JEAN RACHAEL WASSERMAN Jean . . . saddles the wind . . . switchboard monopoly . . . the best of taste . . . enigmatic and insouciant . . , college. Business and Advertising Staff, Philomath 3, Science Fair 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Red Cross Representative l. DAVID JOEL WEINBERGER Hamburger . . . roguish and iimp , . . fast and smooth talker , . much revelry . . . holds knowledge in esteem . . . to succeed. Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, "F", Decorating Committee, Prom 3, Music Festival, l, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Prom Usher 3. RICHARD CONNERY WEST Dick . . , if words were money, he'd be a millionaire . . . "a real typhoon" . . . a unique overt personality . . . anchors that line . . . Navy. Baseball 1, Football l, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA A. WESTPHAL Sandy . . . provident and attentive . . . personality matches her height . . . browsing through the bookstack . . . her smile conquers all . . . college. Christmas Proiects l, 3, Candy Sale 2, 4. 7l cmofffe apex 0 0 PAUL RICHARD WHITE Paul . . . temperate, sensitive, funloving , . . mechanically suited . . even disposition . . . automotive fanaticism .- . electrical engineer. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE LOUISE WIEZEL Chris . . . reflective, modest, diligent . . . an air of friendliness surrounds her . . , a candid sincerity . . . a rosy cherub . . . social work. Philomath Biography and Verse Committee 4, Drama Club 3, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Science Fair 2. RICHARD IVAN YEATON Dick . . , sports a spirited sax . . . braved Utah's deserts and Scorpions . . . F.H.S. is always iust around the corner . . . clever, humor-wise . . . biological research after Duke. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 2, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Cross Country 4. ALAN ZUKOR AI , . . a iaunty clown , . . philosophical laissez-faire . . incessant banter . . . confident and worldly-wise . . . college. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3. 72 ur GQJJ jfsfor SUSAN MAE WHEELER Kitten . . . calmly cheerful . . . always a cordial hello . . . omnipresent bounty . . . earnestness . . . religious education. Bowling League 2, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom, Girls' Glee Club, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. ANDREA LEE WHITAKER Andy . . . musing, gentle, witty . . . emphasis on loyalty . . . down-to- earth . . . a scene brightener . . . secretary. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale 4. r-J RICHARD ARTHUR WILLIAMS England . . . sportful and iesting . . . action aplenty . . . concocting schemes . . . a stimulating buddy . . . college. Football 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball I, Christmas Proiects Committee 2, 3. JAN EDWARD WOOLHOUSE Jan . . . Mr. Funny Man . . . ready, aim, fire . . . bon vivant . . . adds 8 dash of humor to every class . . . college. Gym Team 2, 3, Gym Show 2. raofzafzbn ff JOSEPH HOMER Joe . . . Hey, sir . . . The Odyssey come True . . . uniforms but never uniformity , . . reckless, matchless, and larking . . . coliege. Newcomer. Was QVSST To see Mr. Ciccolo return after his prolonQed absence.. fjfanfs a 5012. 'lg F.. OUR ADVISORS He-ft to rightl Mr. Hottleman, Chief Advisory Mrs. Quigley, Asst. Advertising Advisorg Mr. Beatty, Biography and Verse Advisory Mr. Hatch, Advertising Advisor. OUR PHOYOGRAPHER Mr. John L, H. Blakcr qyg 'Q Y 9 , Y ,095 , 1' , 5' ' . . ,, 'J -9 fo U v 5 ,SP P A 5, , S014 ' 1 'V f .f 5,1 6 J ,, , I I" 73-1.1 ' f r Y-L , .ky 3 f xr , 5 'sex xv 6 6,xf",4y It ef 4 ' -S V 509' uf' ,- v Q ' ,xx ' sf' , 09 54 'S . - 5 G6 .55 'gf' Q64 y Q 1 5 49 yi-N ,Cx .Ei 49- 1 9 131 9 xx X' 1 -0' - fx 3 V1 1 ' X. K ., - A v 4+ 4 - . .p ,of , 0 xx-. Q. 5 QQ? 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'Q wg ,VX W Our Guidance De- partment, headed by Mr. White, serves the students of FHS in many ways. The de- partment carries on a comprehensive testing program which helps the students to see 01' MISS their capabilities. The counselors are helpful in both placing students in iobs and helping them choose the right colleges. The occupa- tional conferences aid the students in choos- ing a career. 1-f l 5---We-M ,,.w.....W.,...,,-,M . v X 'l l4flt, I fl s f,f,fA :lr 1 'TH' 'LI-of-N.-..- W ,L-., ., , K Nl rrningham GFS? will E 'I MISS MARCH English Deparfmenf Head -1 s participation is an inicgral part of Miss O'Ncil's teaching plan. q The English De- partment under the supervision of Miss March offers a high- ly diversified choice of courses. The Ad- v a n c e d Placement Program, designed to prepare the stu- dent for the College level, has been add- ed fo the former courses of College a nd General Eng- -IH ishes. T h e Sopho- nore, Junior, a nd Senior classes a re iow showing the :eneticial effects of he tenth grade peech course. Out- ide activities accent he everyday pattern ind provide the stu- ient with a working :nowledge ot th e .ubiect. ifront rowj Mrs. Clifford, Miss Lathrop, Miss O'Neil, Miss Placentino, Miss Terry, Miss Lewis, Mr. Keville, Cback rowl Mr. Hottleman, Mr. Beatty, Mrs. McDuffie. Mrs. McDuffie gives a helping hand. Mr. Hottleman initiated all-dav discussion groups to allow his students to express their views. uf? 4 Cleft to rightj Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Henry, Miss Kline, Mr. Whelan. Miss McManus, Miss Toth ,QQ s f 1 'Ta "' t Q ' ii? ' . Y . .5 ' r V- ' 1 Il!! 'J I 4 , X, b , 1 v U - ' -if Mr. Whelan listens to a recitation. l - ' X- , 1 '51 'las Qleft to rightj Miss Dowd Miss Tait, Miss Hunter .V V ' N 'i U.. in ,. Miss Kline conducts a spccrh class. And on page mnelwseven ' ' 80 I 1 as lrs. Flagg, Miss Porter, 'lrs. Morse 'gann- . ,ru 4' x sl X L. r ' ii ays Miss Porter. A glimpse into one of Mrs. Morse's classes. ...L .1-A ,Q A speech is delivered by one of Mrs, Flagg's pupils F . .... -...c..c.....,.,. .,.... L.. N.-f. . . E ,..? -L22 nclffl MISS CUNNINGHAM Language Department Head :ni Yi" 1 Swim, 1 -+2 , f. 4.3" - '12-.-xref -lyk .. 1 Qt -,5.,'. fu, S241 ' 1st"f,.w Nh: FW " f 4, ju' , . -W ' ,S : '-' lin-li r' ft 4' as I , i Th-- Liinguafgc Display Cabinet. ANGL The Language Department, un- der the direction ot Miss Cunn- ingham, also offers a varied pro- gram. Two additions, fourth year French and Latin, give students an opportunity to increase their proficiency in I a n g u a g e s. A 2, A French play is given with Miss Bonville as "spectateur." "ef 3 la page .... S la ligne . . . GES French club has been initiated with Miss B'onviIIe as advisor. Modern teaching methods, such as the use of tape recorders, make the study of a foreign Ian- guage more interesting and en- joyable. C 1 .7 L Nu- Senior and Junior language teachers: Cleft to rightj Miss Bonville, Mr. Hayes, Miss Lyons Mr. Lyons. H 11 - , . 2 Q , "' ' H 5 Q ,Q y . g. 1 -1152 i - 'MW . i -, airs-.M I Rl i's5l9' "and in the far right hand corner," says Mr. Lyons. E it 1 i i 5 1 . . 5 Miss Vancavage explains the third declcnsion. "V , E ff" l Miss Vancavage, Mr. Dupuis. 2 ANGLIAG Cleft to rightj Mr. Oates, Miss Berfhiaume, Mrs. Faherty, Miss Gucciardi, Mr. DeCesare, 5' gmi-'-?"VNJfE I. -T' Miss Gucciardi is among a swarm of busy students. F ' 1 T' ue. ii Q K A Mr Dupuis suulmlrrnwnis CIMSYOOW P'0CUd'-"U WM' his 5U'mY pmsondmy' 84 ' ,jr f . -- f. ...W up ig. French classes sing Christmas carols under Miss BonviIle's direction. De bons etucliants! lt 53 Y,' 1 S' .rf C' Language Yeachers and a top language sfudem dived flier avcvwfion foward a school assembly. 85 of study in the fields L The Social Studies De- partment under the able direction of Mr. Bayes of- fers a well-rounded course of history a n d government. C i v i c s, sociology, econ- omics, m o d e r n history, MR. BAYES Social Studies Department Head ll"f" ,,- J- ,, Nlq., if! J' ,ik Akdfw -S nd i ...nn-.J Tlif- mf-miners of Mr. Garmharfs class are alert to classroom procedure. Mr. Jolie pointzl 86 I TLIDIE United States history, an- :ient history, and world History are included in the curriculum. Such activities as debates and field trips are important parts of the :ourses. Kansas. fleft to rightl Mr. Dowling, Mr. Daniels, Mr. Kelley, Mr. McGillivray, Mr. Joie Garrahan. .,'." ,f ...--4" T. B44 VX SX X f Mr. Dowling and one of his students discuss a geographical question. Are you sure fl1a1's the answer lhat you want to put clown?" says Mr. Charles. 1:1 Cleft to rightj Mr. Charles, Miss Riley, SGCIAL "Now in ancient Babylon . . . Riley's ancient History Y . rgan, Miss Janda, Mr. Boothroyd, '. Ram. TLIDIE :xposfulates a student in Miss :Iass. ,inirzzm "Whaddaya mean we're on page 97 .Ns ' -L,f A. ',, ' L4 ,x - A .., .. .Iv. - --.-..-.pan-aa..-......-...af Y- A- MR. MEEGAN Science Department Head SCIE The Science Department, head- : ed by Mr. Meegan, has a wide selection of courses in both the general and college preparatory f areas. The biology, chemistry, and physics departments have - modern and convenient labora- , ft f 1' 'Wi' 'll 'GW nrmrls in thr: l.ulJ today -111. An attempt is made to I Mr. Louder isolates a molecule of NaCl. L l 90 lll JC :ry equipment. Students display ieir extra work in The annual cience Fair. The advanced :ience class and the Science Zuiz Team make it possible for xceptional students-to display 1eir ability. e an "unknown." , . --Jua- 2 "Wi LI' .Qffizi "And there was light" in Mr. Joyce's chemistry class. Q , l - 6. Cleft to rightj Mr. Joyce, Mr. Louder, Mr. Tisdell, Mr. Jachowicz, Mr. Gaucher. iii S33 is Mr, Barriera tells about 3 mu Dhylum. qxmfb-X x K in N 91 -. 1 M lm SCIE I GN' 51 Q-I Cleft io rightj Mr. Maninson, Mr. Berriera, Mrs. Kerkay, Mr. McGowan, Mr. Connor. "Hf',f' l? mu-,I lm rlrsvullcd WMM!" rlifilll I - Mr. Gaucher administers a test to a College Physics class. Mr. Jachowicl to QC ,oy 9511 hvv' called upon ve a report Ks. ., fif' Cleft to rightj Mr. Ranauro, Mr. Novak, Mr. Clinton, Mr. Smith. :ani-. I, K. ff--r in The specimen ,l I .nil 7':'g The explanation The dissection Q '-.cr-at 'N .......: 'X '4igp-Q--n'--- - '- MR. ST. ANDRE Mathematics Department Head The Mathematics Depart- - ment, directed by Mr. St. fi Andre, offers various l courses for general, busi-i ness, and college prepara- l tory students. Highly capa- l ble students may take ad- i ll l l l l i I l Mrs Roche has confidence in her students. 94 l TICS vanced subiects. There is a Math Club for students who wish to investigate extra material on their own. It is hoped that an annual Math Fair will become an important function at FHS. N ao. lleft f0 fl9lWYl Mr- Vodoklys,- Mr. Grandoni, Mrs. Quigley, Mr. Antell, V Mrs. Quigley puts them to the test. X .iw X Q 1 Mr. Antell and a helper attempt to solve the equation. F il ,. SQ I l I5 1 Kleft to rightl Mr. Shooshan, Mr. Polano, Mrs. Roche, Mr. Hcbard, Mr. Galvani. 96 Mr. Grandoni directs the': Af X Mr. St. Andrc's class worksu eff, 7 , S 'Q otting of a graph. Y ligently at a test. hm fleft to right? Mr. Welch, Mr. Minnichelli, Mr. Waugh, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. McMahon 97 ART The Art Department ably directed by Mr. Cotton of- fers a full course in art for those who wish to maior in the field plus other courses in art and arts and crafts. Students receive training in the fundamentals of color and design and are encour- aged to use their creative abilities in working with a variety of materials. I -4-1 Mr, Bagush observes the technique of one students. of his 05 Miss Kubacki supervises work at the loom. "Well, look in the closet!" ,J . 7 nr: ,v-.1 Fai rl MR. SALAK Industrial Arts Department Head ff' I DLISTF The Industrial Arts De- partment, directed by Mr. Salak, provides a vocational education for students in a business or college prepar- atory course. The choice of studies ranges from wood- working, technical drawing, and machine work, to a i v 4 I 4 it in-X Tl s IYIOflf'fH f-rilnrfgf-r is only par! of thc modern Cquipmcni inrl in the Criipliic Arts Suction. "ls 3" X 7" what you wanted?" M L Mr. Koroski demonstrates a technique. l RTS tully-equipped course in printing and photography. Whether it be a minor or a maior, a course in Industrial Arts rounds out the prepar- atory training of a student planning tor a technical ed- ucation. 5 if Cleft to rightl Mr. Farrell, Mr. Koroski, Mr. Krikorian, Mr. Edmond, Mr. Alves, Mr. McKnight, Mr. Feindel. ,Of 5 VA If ,L Q Mr. Alves assists a student in making his "masterpiece," A P0Wef Plane' m3l495 Wcfk llgllf ln, "Put your foot on it!" the wood shop. v i 'N ' ' 1 I . -is -'-xr MISS KREGER Home Economics Department Head 1 ,,.,,...,-as-in!-'-4 1 i , -,gi-so'-' .y-Anno..-an--:avi , A ,,,.. A HCME EC The Home Economics De- partment under the direc- tion ot Miss Kreger offers girls a comprehensive pro- gram in both sewing and L .Ik l new Chcf's Course teaches boys to fare for themselves. .vi .and for lunch we have . . . " A member of the sewing course. l I DNOMICS I cooking. A study of child l care is also included. The new Chef's Course i is teaching The boys to fare for themselves. fn l Y A 44' Ml 3 ,Q 4 if P vmy 'nk -g, 'Hs rf e"s.m.s..:m..:-f5s'.a1.. .: 1 .mf"1"fQ7!"''feflrf-n:b"4fg':5"2f,,f"1F'i'3 2 if 'T lleft to rightj Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Eldredge, Mrs. Markee, Mrs. Nygaard. ' "What's the recipe say?" The whites must be separated from the yolks in order that they may be beaten. "A stitch in time . . " W.. -,.--qw-we .T- P""", ,.. u "Man, can we boil water!" IO3 i T l i i l ll it .t l ,li ,A l l I l l, l' . l . l iff B 7 MR. ROSS Business Department Head 3: f i i i l l , Wx: . - - Wgkp, -Av s , A -1 .C . in. ,, .,,? fm Nfl l Yl"Il'1'l4QlllN K UU- C" rg!-1 u nv uf l BU Our Business Depart- ment under the direction of Mr. Ross offers students a variety of courses. Stu- dents are able to become proficient in skills such as typing and shorthand, and they are introduced to the , :t.:i,J-iii 3 ' L Mrs, Pi:-clflmm dictates to a group of future secretaries IO4 r A . Mr. Murpl NSS principles ot the business world. A course in personal Typing is otterecl to college preparatory students so that they may employ their typing skills in college work, '-'if Cleft to rightl Miss Delaney, Miss Kirby, Mr. Hatch, Miss Stanton, Mr. Murphy, Miss McDonald, Mrs. Peckham. l-notes the progress of his Typisfs. -my "And this is called a keyboard." "What do you mean, I can't look at the key- 7 board?" 5. THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB is l r ' llf , rs at ,5- .. 5 : I Q5. in ,f '.- ' ' V Y : 1"-if ,-T'i . , Atpg -5- . ' , 4 jg' A -T W . J ' 53' ' 5-' X M' U9 lu!" sk. a-'Q 4 hi Y-.1 .M!j'. 2 Fd 149. .' 'v . T, A-w .. , - 3 ., 4 . .- 4, .- .17 H! u .11-, lit Anpgf .Q L," 1,2 ,, nw, ' . T X T - , 1 . T- , , 1.541 it-ag, qw: I- .J -' f .' ' ik is A . Af' X - , THE ORCHESTRA 4 2 ef' 4 'sv-f ,,..f' - THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB A CAPPELLA CHOIR PHYSICAL EDLICATIO 7 52 26 27 2829 ,-,,...-- .v-"' no AU ll it N Mr. Janes, DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION A --.. 2 1 . r ' -- 1.1. 9 - . . 4 , . ' w .4 x ff' P1 Courage, fellow . . L-.. .. .. 'K+ S ga ix -. , . . , - , ,-L A . A' W a ' .J . . ...fa M '.. A X. V I "Me Jane, where's Y '. 'wa I u I f . Q ' 1, Tarzan? -5 E. -. ee -A A I C 'fw . ' 5- 5 C ,Aw - I' , I 3 . I - . . . 5 V, .. .,' v IIT v""" .I - 1, , Ma, Y ,f gf, X . if - '- -Qjl - '+"-- ',,,., 2 More bounce to the ounce. ,, . Such comfort! ITU IAOI ,, 'IW . --v-., -1 ,.a 4 . ' "AIT Qu THE "GYM" TEACHERS llclr lo rightj Miss Mobcrg, Mr, Slrong, Mrs, Kane, Mr, Summers, Mrs. Walker, Mr. Wheeler, Mass Ouunn. IOB The lunch is planned . . . CAFETERI prepared perused . . . purchased . . . ' .mf-uh . My . ' 4, ...nr-f" I 4 i I A partaken and dis-Posed! OCATIO A I. - 'Hs VOCATIONAL DIVISION DIRECTOR Mr. Keefe The Vocational Division, under the direction of Mr. Keefe, trains boys to hold positions immediately upon graduation. It offers a high- ly diversified program, in- cluding automotive work, VOCATIONAL MARSHALS Isiffifecl, lfglt to righty Mr, Fraser, R. Andicws, K. Celorier, R. Riva Istandirrgi K, TCU-r, L. Sarlori, V, Brcmricr, R, Berry, D. MLGOUQHY J, Cfi33,',l,f IIO - al VOCATIONAL SECRETARY Mrs. Chase THE VOCATIONAL STUDENT ACTIVITIES GROUP Iscatud, loft lo right! L, Sartori, J. Doughtie, Mr. Hart, Advisory R Ruvag lslandingj R. Osborne, A. Joy, J. Lavcrdure, F. Prouty, T. S cm, R. Burrill. l I l l electrical training, studies in the various fields of me- chanics, and many others. Framingham is proud of its excellent vocational facili- ties. A student checks out a distributor A well-kept and orderly machine shop. A soft touch is necessary. l "The mechanical advantage is equal to 11 lt 'ww flu '.'. 'ut '.ltf1l+-rlrv-MUS 'll Now to ttghten this one and . . "Gee, it could be a bad plug." l t ' ji. JI "S-. 'KN- Mr Hart loolcls tlm mtervst of his C so you've got to set the depth at . . " li A rc-ally complex system l x , I Now in a four cycle engine . . . "You'd better turn this a little more ' Here's an intricate wiring set-up! Caution must always be observed. A full house. "Come on now, get those hand signals straight." ,1-41 -wma "l actually have a license!" 7.3, 1. DRI ER EDUCATION ox Y L XX I'.-.!,m,,e We all have an encounter with those lovely little pink books. was 1 MEDICA My, how you've grown!" .4-, X 'i Dr. McCann annul!! "ls that the place?" 2 l A in - E .ff "That should stop the bleeding." I I5 LIBRARY lvl ff- S' A 3- lll1ll ION! gjla I "Boy, did I find a good one!" Miss Lathrop Some people use the library for studying. Xb -N 1 L Miss Tait 3 1' 1:3 THE LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB 1 ,Q .-6' QS1'u0Q12f qcfzbzfzbs fhu v93H TLIDE al THE STUDENT COUNCIL Ifronf row, left to rightl Dorothy Abaiian, William Thompson, Alan Frost, Jeff Partnow, Michael Levin, Jerry Dineen, Mary Ellen Nicolas, Fern Marques, Isecond rowl Mr. Bayes, Advisor, Clair Passalacqua, Kathy McDevitt, Jean Franchi, Harold Potter, Paul Bianchi, Kristina Nilson, Bonnie Trudel, Mr. Dargan, Advisor, Ithird rowl Evelyn Arndt, Peter Hayes, Gail Hag- soiel, Susan Bryant, Fred Barnicleg Ifourth rowl Ronald Canal, Kenneth Kimball, Gordon Salak, Robert Fuller, David Taft, John Quirk, Peter Allen. I I he I I ' I L!""l I 1 L . X Baie FUNDS COMMITTEE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE pew, Allen and Jean Ffanchi Kristina Nilson and Robert Fuller ,s I pAMlLy ppgjggfg DISPLAY COMMITTEE William Thompson and Dorothy Abaiian Kenneth Kimball, Bonnie TfUdCl, and Harold Potter CQLINCIL The annual Candy Sale gets under way. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE lleft to rightj Alan Frost, Treasurer, Fern Marques, Recording Sec., William Thomp- , son, Junior Rep., Michael Levin, President, Jeff Partnow, Vice-Pres,g Mary Ellen Nicolas, Corresponding Sec., Jerry Dineen, Vice-Pres. T l F9 ..A' 1 Senior Student Council Members SALVATION ARMY COMMITTEE lx V Jerry Dineen and Mary Ellen Nicolas 1 '-.7 SAVE THE CHlLDREN FEDERATION COMMITTEE Alan Frost and Susan Bryant A ' 'JAH QP? :Fv'l..T'l' ,,, , ,, ,, , CO-ORDINATOR Jeff Partnow and Fern Marques Michael Levin I I9 J STUDE T THE STAFF Cfront row, left to rightj Elena Garino, Joan Featherman, Judy Bright, Paula Gardiner, Jean Franchi, Susan Staruk, Csecond row! Ann Rosenau, Diane Williamson, Diane Joyce, Linda Martenson, Susan Bryant, Margaret Vanderburgh, Cback rowj James Fitzgerald, Michael Levin, Gary Fiske, Marc Lipton, James MacDougald, Peter Partnow. ii i 11 get - - 5 guy H 5 The big interview. .pal l RIER s THE EDITORS Cseatedb Priscilla lffland, Co-editor-in-chief, Virginia Grelohi, Co- editor-in-chief, Nancy Dowd, lsfandingb Mary Alice Gower, Vicki-Jo Pollina, Marcia Goffin, Jeff Partnow, Paul Bianchi, Charlene God- dard, Debby Harvey, Connie Hanley, Mr. Whelan reads nothing but the best. S XXX NAV X xxx! in 9 mei'-W AVF' ..?x -P . I -via: Q V "Why noi?" l2I 1' i l I it ll: ll i I i - 5 I I i - RTT' 1 xi f PHIL THE BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE STAFF lfront row, left to rightl Glenna Greenberg, Anne Berry, Barbara Feinstein, Valerie Valantini, Phyllis Anes, Isecond rowj Kristina Nilson, Editor, Marcia Peckham, Editor, Marcia Goffin, Rhea Hurwitz, Christine Wiezel, fback rowl Marc Roth, Susan Van Waters, Harold Potter, Robert Frornmer, Editor, James MacDougald, Paul Nyer, Roberta Weinrebe. .I- fl li' .ii i 1 I ii THE PICTURE STAFF lltit to riqliii Muriel Stern, editor, Thor Magnuson, Diane Ellison Linclii Mills, Anno Drake, editor. "r lt " ifl'i1v'ir1YCYli," Yitlif Polity'-r incl Alan Front VlATH THE SPORTS STAFF ffront row, left to rightl Bonnie Barnicle, Diane Murphy, Cback rowj Ste- phen Larrabee, Peter Al- len, Michael Levin. THE ART AND LAYOUT STAFF Ctront row, left to rightl James Pensiero, Asst. Editor, Debby Milner, Nancy Golden, Editor Judy Beatrice, Cherie Gilman, Editor, fback rovvl Anne Rosenau, Linda Kleinberg, Adele Danahy Arthur Sigel, Diane Murphy, Marcia Gotfin. THE FEATURE STAFF Cleft to rightl Frances Bowler, Stephen Ross, Linda Kletnberg, Editor, Robert Chickering, Editor, Bonnie Auerr. The editors are constantly at work? l23 lil il il ll .H l ll el r i 'Ji 1- riir,f,.- "i -rxlnilv flft -1 ry:fl'l 1Ol MARSHA S front row, left to riglwrl Anne Berry, Nancy Campbell, Kenneth Kimball, Capfaing Noreen Travers Sandy Morphy, Csecond row! Karen Dow, Paula Gagen, Louise Catfani, Valerie Valemini, Carol Gryz Woski, Donna Haleyg lrlwird rowl David Ce-lla, Richard, David Macclwi, Gary Fiske, Steve Salvati Carlos Barron, William Bagnall, Donald Lynch. The Snnior Nl irslnls ,,, 124 45 DRAMA CLUB I 3 Q Miss Kline and the "Gang" QLMSL. i 1 f f The students are absorbed in Bachfs speech. r The ' Romans" assembled mf yiqd , 7 'iff 1 ' , Z I X , 1 .1 J -- u . . A 'Q 1 SENICR r , Costumes were superior. Make-up was excellent. Many people In-lpvcl. FRENC LLIB JJ 5 w I ' 2 1 lk Us i e i X23 U E 3 f f fff' A . E 5 .u 8 1 X A ' ' N QQ X ' 2 .Q x J gl' f-.,,fggy ,,L 1- I J 15 V X x THE FRENCH CLUB A-r 4 -A' .:.zL2 --.....-AL THE OFFICERS fwfi fo rmglxry fknvw Bc:-fry, Mary Arm Steigers, Nancy Dowd, .IUCUTM QU,-ri, przgi, . H J!! Jana- Cunmmglmm, Donna Read, Donna 'J' Gr. i IZ8 fx 0 ri' , . W ,,,.-!,',,,,fv-'. 4'H 'J MIN Je. 'Ah'-. 1 44 Q v Honvulhg explains the use of "les coiffcsf' ,.i-- I L T .l 7. I TER ATIG AL REL TIO S LUB The members of the International Relations Club with Mr. O'Brien, their advisor. i . i ' x i ., 1 Q F' , 1 . IFF?-1 V l , of lp .AN , ., X- 1 -'i X K L , in f- -- ' THE OFFICERS lseated, left to rightj Pam Dipesa, Riva Rubinsky, Ruth Hanchetg fstand- ingj Peter Partnow, Bonnie Auerr, Bill Thompson, President. -1? The meeting progresses F LL FROLI . . s,-V , ' ' -cs A... ,i 4 X , ' w E 1 lf I u u I W + v W Everybody twist!! "Donuts, anyone?" QP 4'-1 ' Q Timo out for refueling. I3C W , ..rv.N w' ' ,eg .- , . v Q. 2 v x16- . i I I g i, gif 5v , . o 'U PM -1 I be ffk "4--. 'lg x ' x x-' ii-5' K, 11- 7 "' rr' r FGREIG EXCHA GE My experiences in Norway have proven to me that the ideals of the American Field Service program are both praiseworthy and necessary. l was continually impressed by seemingly ridiculous questions, asked in all sincerity, such as, "Does every member of an American family own a car?" People of foreign countries know very little of our everyday life, and we must claim perhaps greater ignorance of theirs. This is why AFS is so important. The overall purpose of AFS is the exchange of knowledge and experience by teenagers living in families abroad and participating at first hand in the intimate life and thoughts of another country. However, the pro- gram is not like a one-way street. It is a reciprocal agreement. In return for the tremendous honor, privilege, and responsibility vested in me last summer I agreed with pleasure to relate the impressions of my travels. The greatest lesson we can derive from the Norwegians is awareness of other countries. Americans seem to centralize their thoughts in their own country and lose the perspective of the entire world scene. ln conclusion I would like to thank the student body for its generous support of the American Field Service as evidenced by the collection of more than four hundred dollars last February. l am sure that all of you who contributed are aware of its special importance in these especially troubled times, when it is urgent that all the free countries of the world unite in friendship and understanding. The AFS motto bears great significance: Walk together, Talk together, O ye peoples of the earth, Then and only then Shall ye have peace. PETER ALLEN Now has arrived the moment I was dreading when thoughts of farewells and goodbyes must come to mind. This year has been one of the greatest in my life with every new thing that I have learned about the United States. l will never forget my first school-day which was rather confusing, but with the help of all the swell claznmates, the building was made familiar to me. Something all the F.l-l.S.'ers can be sure of is that in the coming years, although thousands of miles away, l will be cheering for you in the Thanksgiving Game. l ain proud of having been an F.l-l.S.'er, and l hope that this friendship will remain as warm and prominent with each of you as it will be with me, I also hope that many other exchange students will have the same opportunity to enjoy your hospitality during their years at Framingham High School. I am very grateful for all you did for me, and the memory of this year will always be a part Of my life. EVELYN ARNDT l32 and next on the program HRIST AS AT FH X J? "I'r'n dreaming of a 'studs-n1-less' Clwristmas 4 'f 1. 'Li -,....,. I I i 1 l A Cappella gives its rendition of "The Night Before Christmas." .:4gE""?"" 1 ' g..' 1- - .si .Q QW!- Des Chansons de Noel. Qv, -u--.wr -if Ii i 7 JLI ICR PRCM I , 3 R v ' A l n, 3 QQ 2 X X 5 x XFX r wl 'rs Nl-rlln clfmff, to tlwvg muslfal slrfuins of F-U ll nfl luis Ornllrgslrro. all ,.r,,a., , l :ia JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS lleft to riglmtl Mary Ellen Nicolas, Treasurerg Virginia Grelotti, Secretary: Francis Kirby, Vice'Preside-nt, Pete-r Allen, President. The Grand The hopeful queens and princesses were watched . . . Q , Aarch chosen and crowned. U! 4. K 5 oi' MOST VERSATILE Virginia Grelotti Michael Levin ,AAQ it MOST LIKELY TO Kristina Nilson Peter Allen SUCCEED BEST LOOKING Paula Gagen Harold Potter ' 1' J '13 asupeff ZZZIU es MOST TYPICAL Louise Caftani Pefer Butler CLASS FLIRTS Paula Roberfi Kenneth Kimball MOST ATHLETIC Judy Sweeney Joseph Paolini l l l , ll l. ,. lr 4 . l n I FRIENDLIEST Kristina Nilson Alan Frosf BEST DRESSED Glenna Greenberg James Pensiero MOST INTELLECTUAL Priscilla Iffland Marc Roth ZIIUQI' zfzbes if nik 1 CLASS FLIRTS Bonnie Trudel Frank Anfonioli MOST POPULAR Fern Marques Harold PoT'rer SHYEST Leqofa Dunn David Nobilini iv' OFF- HCTS I al 'Hd' or -45. The big rush for The bus. Everybody studies in the library. -np' -mfthfli ' Miss O'NeiI cnioys an assembly. 5 l 94 ' -,ka v- 1' s : ... I ,. s ' xv, ' cf - Q .G .X 1 W0 .ull lovv Alxrv Nab PN porlfs 33. - , ' 'xx "NF ,ky x.. N ,.,-V X. ,N . X 'x NX i lxk x. xx M Ygxl-," Qi xghg Ii .'-. Q .jly Mew y I 1 Cookle .wi fm 'w ggi: L E' Q1 4 m 5 43 ea X . 'S F00 1 .,, , . :f'?4' S S 3 Bob Duke A lll 94 Q' p 'W x .g.,, xv-N ' , ga 0 X Z C ll 4 0 4' Ali l42 I I . " g x NV? QQ Q ,J F2 'L gy if 'V N35 ,y, . ws 1 'kt ' f vs: ' N. 'IPR 'X W N, c ix -we -- v P-nf-f' THE COACHING STAFF Mr. Formcari, Mr. Jachowlcz, and Mr. Jolie. A good iob of Pon am! BA! make hgh! work out of hlockmg 64 pun 5 "Now watch!" nterference. 'N ll Kenny halts a long drive. Joe finds an opening. Joe gets off a good one. with a loss on the play of Nice catch, Rick "Good luck, fellas!" Jerry is stopped after a gain VVl1ere'stl1cir weak spot?" l1's another touchdown! Our sironq ollcnsivc linc holds. I ' 'fi .MA-4 . lleft to right, front rowj S. Powell, J. Long, R. West, R. Ferragamo, V. Laws, R. Varrichione, R. Duca, J. Tadgeo and J. Paolini, Co-Captains, W. Sult, R. DeLuca, R. Hill, C. Schuler, D. DiMuzio, R. Todd, R. Hines, P. Morreo, Manager, Csecond fowl Coaches R. Jachowicz, D. Jolie, and A. Fornicari, C. Nolan, D. Knutson, D. Scott, A. Richardson, D., Lynch, W. Bagnall, J. Felch. C. Moody, D. Macchi, R. Costa, S. Salvati, R. Flink, Trainer A. Capolla, Faculty Manager F. Galvani, Athletic Director J. Daniels, Senior Manager J. Weidner, lback YOWJ E- Zanclii, J. Donnelly, J. Hoff, P. Longhi, P. Thompson, D. Cella, D. Zambesi, R. Canal, W. Phillips, R' Elland, G. Dineen, W. Prout, S. Larrabee, C. Barton, A. Sleczkowski, A. Rossini, R. Williams, K. Kimball. Phe ' lima l ti l i ,fl- Y 4 X54 sf .- -ai.- at + ra' ,,4' f , Q1 ileft to right, front rowl P. Trombie, R. Taylor, J. Assencoa, E. Verge, J. Postizzi, E. Barshan, R. Chesmore, J. Chason, A. Wignott, B. Marston, lsecond rowj Coach E. Belforti, J. Langley, D. Cotton, J. Crother, M. Molliver, R. Mansfield, G. Gilman, W. DesMarais, R, Britnell, Athletic Director J. Daniels, lback rowj J. Quirk, D. Keller, B. Kray, J. Hoff, D. Zarnbesi, E. Zanchi, C. Moody, J. Fair, R. Poirier, P. Schnetkv, C. Clark. ' I47 3 RLE DE "d MAJDRE R Coach Jachowicz entertains at the rally. The Cheerleaders wish the Flyers Good luck THE CHEERLEADERS Cleft to right, front rowl Paula Gagen, Mary Ellen Nicolas, Sandy Russo, Cback rowl Carmen Ryan, Kathy Connolly, Carol Gryzboski, Kathy McDevitt, Elaine Pezzoni, Susan Gagen. 1 I LJ SL.-. .Ab fleft to right, front row? Marcia Pihl, Kathy Tierney, Betty Suarez, June Breault, Diane Ellison: Cback rowj Karen Monahan, Gail Stoddard, Jean Ghringhelli, Susan Smith, Maureen Urbinati, Sandy Morphy. i l - ,L ga :iss "G,,.,4.,,,,g5' Gang!" The maiorettes opcn another game LL ' x X f Ver N, ,Ar 5 1 Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Dedham Braintree Needham Milton ........ Milton ee..,,aaa7 Norwood Walpole Walpole Natick e Wellesley Wellesley Dedham Braintree Norwood L- ..,'-irq i' You got it, Mike! Nice soft touch! . . . right after another . . . 5 'ilu One ffront row, left to rightj Paul Bianchi, Manager, D. Taft, P. Travers, J. Nogelo, T. Kwasek, Captain, M. Sadowsky, E, Brown, W. Powell, R. Yeaton Manager, fstandingl A. Capolla, Trainer, Mr. Galvani, Faculty Manager, R. Todd, D. Hayes, R. Fuller, S. Powell, V, Laws, S. Larrabee, C. Barton Mr. Summers, Coach, Mr. Daniels, Athletic Director. l flront row, left to riglwti L. Coffin, S. Morcsi, B. Poirier, B. Williams, B. Howard, T. Quinn, B. Mason, lstandingj Mr. Greeley, Coach, M Dunlap, Mgr, J Donnaly, J. Hoff, B, Foisy, G. Salak, J. Zanchi, J. Quirk, M. Arnold, E. Halloren, Mr. Daniels, filliln-tic Dirgclor, I52 L un' Coach Summers gives "pep" talk before .,.-- L - td-.n-4, 151 1 , ' '- v-J... To many hands make The . . I . . . the game. asm lf's up and . . . ' "A""' -Q - es, ,- xy'-..,.d- 'I . A melee in the Rev. IS3 pr-su-num HGCKEY tg. ' ? , de 41 Mel, 4- ap O X 6' 5 'Eg' if W ni .J- UW' is ,' M' 5 if 'B 5 , Q ' 1 Q 5U-Axis ffront row, left to rightl Asst. Coach Arther Selew, D. Taft, R. Palmer, B. Larabee, D. Macchi, M. Cochrane, R. Goddard B Coughlin, J. Duffy, Mr. Cotton, Coach, Cback rowl R. Creighton, H. Potter, J. Glover, Co-Captain, F. Kirby Co Captain P. Butler, K. Kimball, R. Neitz, J, Deneen. Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham 1? FIRST RCUND Dedham 4 Norwood 4 Natick 5 Walpole l Needham 2 Dedham 2 .................... , .- .' ' . 'S - X , . ...S Slam it into the boards. , 'Q N' Flyer in the lead. SECOND ROUND Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Framingham Milton - -1 Norwood Walpole Needham Dedham Natick -P 'A Yr ,. -. 3 3' ee 3 -1 52,24 :. '? ,+ S-0... -f,3g,g,gs-:ff ff W wlggg-gsym' Y All the way, Flyer." 1' v :sa 3 V 'V'-' .. v .. -tc . , QP I , -Emrlf A I. s ' , . . ,ff Q. . t, Q- . ,gl : 19 ,TLA L9 A ., .MIS 'bl - N :A - "Thank you!" 5. 4. is Nice ect-up. 4 I l I vf' KT ' 1 1' Q 9 054 Complncataons' wwsabnz V A I I . .A A. . 'ww-wmgssy' .t . . ti " The Flyers score again. I. Q., 1 K 2 1 "You that Tired!" 'Faro Off FIELD HOCKEY 4 Q I 1+ 1 Q ,J CO-CAPTAINS Judy Sweeney and Nancy MacRae. Q1 -11.1" "16ll-.- vb A y 1.4 1.4 .gl VHJ' 5. .. ll ' ,s,3.'l1 -Q.-A .- N.-.ef,a "l've got it!" Cleft to right, front fowl M. Whalen, N. Roche, M. White, M. Mccoughey, C. Zugale, N, MacRae, J, Sweeney, S. Murphy, N. Merloni, D. Martino, A. Berry, Kback rowj L. Leao, P3 Duane, L. Salvati, J. Hayes, J. Mullin, E. Dubose, Miss Quinn, J. Blood, S. Howell, B. Gormleyd J. Matthews, P, Tempone, A. Drake. J l58 "Play ball!" l 'Julfl lvl' 'ff1Ulnll'l PII warg "Gets rough out here!" x "Boy, that was close!" " eff C "Easy does it!" GIRL ' ASKETB LL lfront row, lef1 to righfl S. Murphy, C. Scopa, S. Daniels, P. Tempone, Co-Captain Varsity, J. Sweeney, Co-Captain Varsity, Claire Passalacqua, Co-Captain Jr. Varsity, N. Merlonig Csecond rowj S. MacDonald, M. Pratt, B. Gormely, M, Todd, M. Vanderburgh, C. Swanson, J. Matthews, E. Dubosef Csfandingb L. Muddle, S. Blaeser, L. Salvafi, E. Forgioni, Miss Moberg, L, Marfenson, L. Crockford, P. Duane, N. MacRae. . . .and once again. f"qq!l- - ,A , ' , r. "Keep your eye on it!" Time out for refreshment. IS9 CRGSS CDU TRY The "home" stretch. llc-fr to right, firsi YOWJ G. Summers, R, Bucilla, R. Jackson, R. Howland, Csecond FOWD G. Messana R. Myles, P. Travers, Capt., Coach Dowling, R. Yeaton, R, Wright, W. Nicholson. 'vvx 11114111 -- -- - ' ' :SIT x4. -.. -.ozwi A MAI TENANC The maintenance department, under the supervision of Mr. Mailman, is responsible for the fine working conditions for the students. It is because of their conscientious efforts that Fram- ingham may be proud of its high school. Mr. Mailman checks the boiler. Our cafeterias are kept clean and sanitary '1- Q a., 4 al' K THE ADVERTISING STAFF ' 2 ' T3 T "1r3,'7e','r'f'-, r I 'l A Tl 1 W . Q v Q x'l "' ffrrrnr row, lvl! to ruglrtp J. Warren, V. Kcllcr, B. Aucrr, K. Delano, L. Johnson, J. Goode, J. Dunn, 5. Hrrrrppxvrl, f',f-umrl rowl K, fmclv,-ruon, S, Grp-vrwlmrg, K. Knlcy, M. Dumnic, N. Grlllo, P. Gardiner, L. ffmrrnr, P Pnbfrtw, Hlnrcl IU'fJ,l C. Xugnlu, 5. Ckmvnlorm, S. Poole, D. Ellison, D. Dcrini, D. Murphy, 1, P-Jlln, I, Ufnflr-r, flmrk rowl P, Wlmwrnb, M, Luau, G. Connors, G, Fiske, R. Forbes, Editor, L. Morse, r r'.'1Ullrq,.rr, l' lrrflor, u-ta xx H 5 . . IUOKZSOFS .anon-. .590 v Q 1 ' 4504. A 'G ,iff 4, -.-A 4' Hui -9 W '- an 3' 4. . N, wb-8 'Q -- -6 T ll Q. l ,, '. '- w..,,-.fr Q ' 1- . 1 3 I- a,. q . H . "f. t",f"f." , , 'J'--"S ' nl-..-' ,, 'nv' I . , f' XX my i U ' , I. ., ,,... ,M W-5-af: A Q 5 "Wing 4, 'gr' . JUN' W ,,',,l.'4., Did You Know? Your beau+iful high school, one of 'rhe mos+ modern in 'rhe coun+ry, was buil+ by a complefely diversified cons+ruc+ion company now opera+ing in 'Phe Uni'red S+a+es, Canada, Sou+h America and Asia, whose home office is here in Framingham! - .- v - ' ' ,L - , 1 J' 5 ". ' ' J- Y - ia-1 K . x "- v x1 Q ,pw - . a 7 " 'C . , qt",-I Y - gf f- 4 1 'Q ' '--. . , v "" Framingham, Massachusetts K Q ,- 713-N' M, X 5 , A Q so s, M, 5-C You Can See for Yourself Firsr Aufhenfic, Accura+e Reporrs of Your Ac'rivi'ries THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS 872-432l KERWIN'S eARuNo's SHQE STQRES HOME APPLIANCE STORE FRAMINGHAM and NATICK Music Records Sfride Rife Shoes Hifi Radio TV for Children Te" 875'5""" Complimenfs of ROXBU RY CARPET COMPANY Complimenfs of WH ITE HARDWARE CO., INC 36 HOLLIS STREET Framingham Complimenis of WOODS LUMBER CO.. INC. KARAS PHARMACY FRAMINGHAM MASS. FRAMING:-IAM CENTRE village S+ 875-57lI 2 Vernon Sfreef MASS. -.la Q-5, dv B W Exlencls Besl' Wishes 'fo lhe Class of '62 The Country Club of Bowling 42 Fully Aulomalic Lanes Open 24 Hours Daily Roule 9-Direcily Opposile Shoppen' World Framingham 875-I l2l CENTRE BARBER SHOP An+hony R. Deangelis Roberi A. Deangeiis 937 WORCESTER STREET Framingham Cenrer SUPERIOR FLOOR . . . eooo LUCK, sENioRs and For I'he Bes+ in Food and Pizza Visi+ Ihe FI T'I -W Il T'I Oo' Lgfoleuma 'e UNION House, INC. . 672 Waverly Sfreei' Sales-InsI'aIIa+ion FRAMINGHAMI MASS. 66 "'0"iS Sheei Tel. 873-9237 873-8200 8723830 I 873-7162 ROBERT K. WADSWORTH TEL. 873-854I WADSWORTH SERVICE Esfablished I 892 FUNERAL HOME I08 Lincoln Sfreei' ICorner of BeechI FRAMINGI-IAM Ask Ihe Families We I-Iave Served MISS MACKEY'S THE SCHOOL OF DANCING PEERLESS PRESS SI'UdI0 -Prin+ing- 290 Union Ave., Framingham 74 Hollis S+. TEL. 873-7956 FRAMINGHAM 873-7288 QUALITY CLEANSERS C0mPllmen+S Of 530 Union Avenue FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS SUNOCO CENTER 554 Worces+er Road Regular 3 Day I-Hour Service 873-QIO3 Delivery Service aI' Plan? Official Manufadurers of FRAMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL RINGS EMBLEMS RINGS P25225 LEAVENS MAN U FACTU RING CO. A++Ieboro, Massacliuseffs EDGAR F. EBELING Dis+ric+ Manager CompIimen'rs of AVERY MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. 74 Franklin S+, Framingham Specialisfs in Framingham, M6SS6ChUS6iiS Manufacluring and Remalzing Maffresses, Pillows, Box Springs, Furnifure, Upholsferin Slipcovers and Draperies Tel. 875-4576 I . FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK Savings Accoun'rs Paid Up Shares Quar'rerly Dividends 59 Howard Sfreei' FRAMINGHAM The DEMARlNI'S ALBUM l58 Union Avenue ReCOrCl5"Pl1ono9raPl15 Tel. 873-8I60 Shoppers World 872-0309 Lower Level Feafuring Smar+ly Tailored Spor+swear and Accessories THE BERKLEY STORE DR. FRANCIS J. FEOLA Podiafrisl' 85 Concord S+ree+ Nexl' To Framingham Trus'r Besf of Luck To The Class of I962 TWIN MAPLE FARM I2I Meadow S'rree+ SERVICE STORES RESTAURANT AND TEA Room smnville, Mass., 872-3854 Amcondllloned "Brings The farm To your doorslepn 67'7l Concord Slreel Framingham, Es+. l90I I69 Complimen+s of THE CENTER FOOD MART 939 Worcesfer S+ree+ Framingham Cenfre, Mass. PAUL B- LEBARON BUTLER MOTOR CORP D. M . Ford-Falcon-Thunderbird Hemenway Building II99 Worcesfer Turnpike fR+e. 91 FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Framingham ROY O. LEONARD Complimems of lndus+rial .Main+enance Pamhng 543 UNION AVENUE CO' Framingham, MassachuseHs Complimenis of THE B. 81 W. LINES Framingham, Mass. Moior Coach Service FRAMINGHAM SAVINGS BANK Formerly Farmers and Mechanics Savings Bank Park and Franklin S+ree+s Nobscot Branch 770 Wa+er S+ree+ There is no subs+i'ru+e for a savings accouni' in a Mufual Savings Bank We are here +o serve you. May we have 'rhe oppor+uni+y? i Zi Phone Orders Taken, 873-9259 KING OF PIZZA . . . wi+h +ha+ real Halian Tas+e CORNER CONCORD STREET Framingham, Mass. PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY Com nmems of Devoied Exclusively Io Your Healfh P Hearing Aids and BaHeries, Prescripfions, Trusses, and Surgical Supplies M . S+ + Sh b , r orn 42 Union Avenue am re? e Phone OLYMPIC DAIRY QUEEN 5l8 Union Avenue "The Cone Wi+h Ihe Curl on Top" Congrafulaiions Complimenis of +o AI.PEN'S Graduding Class Junior and Misses Apparel DR. LEON I. LESHAY Downfown Bosfon Posf Rd Framingham Wayland- I72 "HAPPY HOURS FOR SALE" JOE BROWN'S Spor+s Goods-Hobbies Lionel Train Repair S'ra'Iion 7 Kendall SIL Framingham 872-I380 v BURKE BATTERY SERVICE 802 Worcesier Road FRAMINGHAM CENTER. MASS - Specialized Repairs - Besi' of Luck NOBSCOT PHARMACY 877- I 000 CUSHING. CRISTMAN. POTTER 81 PAINE. INC. Complefe Insurance Service I79 UNION AVENUE, FRAMINGHAM Tel. 875-48I0 1 l Complimenfs of RIVERSIDE STEAK HOUSE 1 1 1 I Complimenls of KLEIN'S GARAGE Main Sfreel' Sherborn OLympic 3-4I4I THE WARDROBE 85 Concord Sfreel DOWNTOWN FRAMINGHAM Fealuring Sfyles Designed For The Man Wi+h A Flair for Living ELM DEPARTMENT STGRE, INC. Complimenfs of 62 Hollis Sfreel' Framingham, Mass. JOSEPH H. STRACHMAN Tel. 872-339I A FRIEND . . . The Finesi' in Dresses . . . The Bes+ in Sbor+swear . . . . The Nicesi' in Formal Wear GORDON'S Rfe. 9 FRAMINGHAM CENTER The door of rhe pasl' is always closing as foday reaches our +o become lomorrow. As lhe door closes upon your educiafion a+ Framingham High School, we al' Dennison congra+ula+e you upon l'he compleiion of your sfudies. Our hope is +ha1' rhe door of 'romorrow will open fo a fulure of success and happiness. DENNISON Official Photographers Class of l962 - gil ,QXYOXXQUQ KCRDAY STUDIO 50 FRANKLIN STREET . . . FRAMING-HAM, MASS Your Family Plwolograplwer Complimenfs of SMlTTY'S RADIO CAB r 24-Hour Service 875-4222 Complimenrs SAXONVI LLE COAL COMPANY Complimen+s of of NORMAN E. JENNISON Warchmaker and Jeweler 8 UNION AVENUE Fra i gham Mass. W BOB REDDlNG'S JENNEY SERVICE A.A.A. A.L.A. SUNSHINE DAIRY SHERBORN ROAD AND NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER For flue BesI Ice Cream and Sandwiches COME TO THE FARM 35 Years Serving +I'1e People of Framingham Complimenfs of WEBB SUPPLY CO., INC. ll ll To the Trade Only W4 may If ALBERT C. POOLE General Confracring Wesfern Ave., Sherborn OL 3-3689 l Congra'ruIa+ions +o .he G,adua,eS THE House OF GLASS C-5if'I's for All Occasions INear Dennison CrossingI 248 WOVCGSIGV Road Where Fashion and Price Meei FRAMINGHAM CompIimen'Is of DR. ARTHUR W. EWING CompIimen+s of PAU L'S BAKERY I45 Concord S+ree+ 873-9642 FITTS '11 - lnsuluuac:Acucv 'Ii FITTS I NSURANCE AGENCY 'E T1 3 -'L if :Q 40 Union Avenue or I 1. . -1 1 I Q 2 L- Framingham Telephone 872-I227 875-0694 CONGRATULATIONS FRAMINGHAM MUSIC CENTER Sales-Renfals-Repairs Music Sfudios 48 Hollis Sfreei' FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Complimenrs of ARCADE BARBER SHOP Our Bes+ Wishes fo 1'1'1e Class of 1962 From FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK 1833 . . . 1962 129 Years of Service P' Complimen+s of J. J. O'LEARY, M.D. S. V. BONANNO, M.D. CALLAGHAN'S Greeling Cards and School Supplies 937 Worcesler Road GOOD LUCK, '62 Complimenfs of DE COLLIBUS RADIO 81 TELEVISION CENTER, INC. 597 Waverly S+reeI' FRAMINGHAM, MASS. 875-5200 BOWLERAMA Inexl +0 WKOXI I 24 Air-Condifioned Lanes Q Experl' Free lns'rruc+ion Q Cozy Snack Bar IIO MI' Way+e Ave H ramn am Q 872 36Il X Complimenfs of ROU N D-U P MARKET W. F. WOOD ENGINEERING CORP. Precision Melal Fabricalion I23 Wasl'uing+on Sfreel' HOLLISTON GArden 9-2 I 00 Besl of Luck PH I LMAC PHARMACY I3 School S+ree+ SAXONVILLE, MASS. YZF "The Gem ol Ihe Turnpike' CAESAR'S Fabulous New MONTICELLO Thea'rre Resfauranf 873-3500 872-3500 TOIv1Iv1Y'S TAXI, INC. CourI'eous Service Cars Equipped Wi+h Moforola Two-Way Radio Cor. Waverly and Concord Framingham, Mass. ARCADE DRUG COMPANY Frank Fair, Reg. Ph. I49 Concord Sfreef FREE DELIVERY Framingham, Mass. Telephone 873-3654 Besf Wishes Class of '62 NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER VERDELLI'S MARKET 8 I 8 Waverly S'rree+ Framingham Tel. 872-4385 BATES STATIONERY CO. IRVING SQUARE Headquar+ers for School Supplies Congratulations on Graduation! May the years ahead bring you success and happiness in your chosen field. The FRAMING:-:AM TRUST COMPANY- your Full Service Bank-with ten convenient neighborhood offices is always ready and willing to help you in all your banking needs. Framingham Company "A Bank for All the People" Full aXv1 " ' .Q BANK Member Federal Deposit SVVIC' wb lnsurmcc Corporation .I gba, s I ,. an N' ig I Compfmenfi 8 - 9 . ,. .-. . If Q V FROM THE PROFESSIONAI JOSEPH ALBERT, M.D. FRANCIS L. BERRY. M.D. A. TEMPLE BOWEN, V.M.D. JOHN J. CARCHIO, D.M.D. MAURICE COSTIN, M.D. I EDWARD DE NICOLAIS, M.D. HOWARD DINSMORE, D.M.D. JOSEPH FERRUCCI, EUGENE GASTON. M.D. I 'IETHEODORE GOLDEN, M.D. MELVIN GORDONPM D I ' 6 2 L I. FRANCIS GREGORY, znd, AHorney ,I 'P' BA'l"I'ISTA cs-UARINO, AH'orney LEON HERMAN, M.D. I KENNETH LEBARON, .D.s. A WILLIAM I-I. OLDAOI-L' pfromeirisf 1.54 NIR' , , . 5 , '84 9 will V A A ' ,Jr-. A , 'IK' If "Na 'Il Q La, I ' ' . , A I ig f ,,,,y ., , fo W? b' GQSS 16962 , XL I '1 ' -4. I ,A , ' - , I' 'VI H A. E M, Mr U A 'Dfw-'-"LE 'fuzz I ' ' - I , I IAEA MEN OF O A I . ,NI I V v I A V1 4 W " . I an 0,5 l My ' 1 if F' ' ' -'Q . , I, A , - I 1 23105-,I 4 4 " ff-1 y,,,I,-- . . I-Q.. .- DOMINIC MERIKDNI, D.M.D. WILLIAM MOORE, D.M.D. EDWARD MOYNIHAN, M.D. , ,I N YNIHAN, D.M.D. HOMAsf PA'u LL: M.D.", M I A I -Q ' , "fri U THOMAS PETERgEN. , ' I N - Nh, uumlyxn ,,,. v. .I. 1 I7OIfLfIg,IAw'JR., POdi6"'l'iS+A I I ' ' SHEQIDANMR RANDALL, ,Anorneys '1" ---' M..-1' "" yy Iv l Q wi' W 'fa 'W 1 ' RICHARD SENGHAS, M.D. If If RR. If ALLAN H. SEIQAE-9IR'D,QM.D. WALTERQQRRSULLIYAN, Anofney E. SYDOW, D.M.D. ,Q y. : ARNOLD D. vETsTEIN,A D.M.D. I M. wEITz, D.M.D. GEORGE WILLIS, M.D. IQIQLE ZIGELBAUM, D.M.D. A .'A. I I-T FIS 0 'S -A-.1 . . I m".,.,. ',.' " Q f 'C I . JF 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 henents that make working for the Telephone Fompany 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 Joh experience. Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . hefore you graduate. Ask the Guidance Vounselor at your school to tell you when and where to apply. NEVV ENGLAND TELEPHONE SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND DIVISION L. G. 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