Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1963

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Meegan, for his many services, not only to the class of 1963, but to Framingham High School as a Whole, and for his kindness and interest in its stu- dents, both in and out of the classroom, this, the 1963 Philomath is dedicated. ,""' 43 1 70 76 yjrzlfz czpafs Wessaye The world of today faces many prob- lems and challenges. It is to you, the Class of 1963 at Framingham High School, and to the other graduation classes throughout the country, that our nation will look for its leadership, direction and accomplishment. During your high school days you have enriched the life of your school and your community. We are proud of your ac- complishments here. It is young people like you who make our schools and communities great. Where you will be ten years from now depends largely upon yourself. There are no short cuts to success. Your future ac- complishments will depend on the degree to which you plan wisely, think carefully, and work diligently. You must strive to establish for your- self the finest possible reputation in mat- ters of character and integrity. The far- reaching effects of these on your future happiness cannot he oyeremphasized. The faculty, administration. and office staff wish you much happiness in your undertakings. ,WW Qtlazzt i J ass 0 1963 j9res1k12f's Wessaye In our four seemingly short years here, Framingham High School has probably undergone more changes than in the last twenty. We welcomed a new administra- tion as sophomores, advanced placement courses and IBM programming as juniors, and the National Honor Society as seniors. Although significant, these are not, how- ever, the changes that have most' influ- enced our high school days. They are, instead, those which have accompanied our fast-growing town. In September. 1959, we entered Fram- ingham High, a school of sixteen-hundred pupils, we leave it a school of twenty-four hundred. This fifty per cent increase in enrollment has necessitated an annual change in scheduling, and the building of a new high school at Winch Park. Since this school is to be occupied next year, ours will be the last class to graduate from a consolidated Framingham High School. The accomplishments of the members of our class have been outstanding. We thank the administration and the faculty for their counsel and help in our successful undertakings. May the passing years bring each of you luck and happiness. Sincerely, Zaawi ' ' 1 I 'I vig! si! . ,','1 I"'.f.4 . .,, ., nw., "XJ fu. 4' g f A qXI,BIfRT G. REILLEY FRANCIS RIORDAN Kr-ting Superintendent of Schools Acting Assistant Superintendent of Schools 12211215 YZ . . 51 A ,,3,if'f-"4"' 'Ll-4 K h, '1m A 3 It xx fbi, fw rf? 2'1" af""f " , F4 A An Rf' .71 wx If -V4 vf ' A ..-, K I . 1 I- " ' ' qu .4 ,, , ,..4f , V- ., , ,, 'vs gp-':.i,,9. Y U, - - ' V 24.4, K f , Ju.,-Q in h ipvi,,-w'4"N- it 5 8? Q "'."' 'rv ', aff Lex' ' . ' X. 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WHELAN MISS WALSH MISS LEWIS MRS. Mr-DIFI-'IE MISS MCMANIJS MISS O'NEIL MISS PLACENTINO MISS PORTER MISS TICRRY if JV ,. E- xlib Y 'Q' 'UP 'W 1:11 l 2 A fn' 4. 'V I I ,I o f , ,, Ll ' -45-.W 1 ' It f. f f ' P, . ' 1 ,F 'j,'4"A', JJJJS- -' 'S 1 ,"x V 1 . - A Q! -VL X J ,IQ I IN -. , I' ' " f. . J I f -T'-'C. Fl! " 2 M -J' . . , fl fgfc- 1? 'j i,4f.w5 M ff' 'S'-Yfgfi. - f 1 - 5 x ,sub 4 , X orezyn anyuayes fbefoarfjn enf Mr. Hayes explains some grammar. 't if 1 ,I Isl' ...I MISS CI' NNINGHAM Depnrtnwut Head NIISS BLAKE MISS BERTHIAUME MISS BONVILLE NIR. Dl'PI'IS XIISS IINIIGIIINLY XIIIS. I-'IXIII'lII'I'N ,J . '12, MISS HI IKQIAXHIJI MR. HAYES MRS. SKLAR MISS STAPLETON MISS VANCAVAGE QF 2 1 i . Q I A - I L11 9 l Q I ,aw - f' is 1 e--Hhs' 'WV d:""""'.-F 1 4 N' k W ' - f.,,, . '- ' ' 62 , L,..a.,, in--7 -www-ff V -- H-1 . - yrs Tfif ' " gf "-'fm' 1 A-. .Q '- A .. JK '. ' f" - ' g , , ' vw 1 U ' .Q I h x V N ' x , ,.....p....aw- ' "' ' . . V--..--an - nv I N, ' ,A k.., QA.. . .1 ,,, . 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POIANO MRS. QITIGLHY MRS. ROCHE MR. SHOOSHAN MR. STONE MR. YUD0lxl,YS 4? 433' . I 5 Q 1 If 3 Kx f . :FQ I f i 43 .iv .hs '..' 111 -.4 . . rf 1-.eff 1 , f IJ. ,'f nm -Quo'-+-1 3 . 'vw JR V-'as Q -6 . Q VX' x u 5- v I 0 '-Cf." . .- f- -wwppquv-4-v"?""" W1 '-.1 . -,Q 1,-'ff V ,I 33215122 ess Qeparfmenf M Mphy NIR. ROSS D.-partment He-ad M155 DELAN1-:Y MR. HATCH MISS KIRBY NIR. LOPIQS NIISS XII-DON 'XI IJ XIII. XII IiI'IIY MHS, N1 YHIIIK M RS. PECKHA M ' f ,-4. I , 13,6 571.- 1.2" - 1.5 Fit' f'-" ,. ..: ?. vffv J . . D . 01229 YCOIZOIZQICS MRS. kHI',f,I'.H I,4'IJ2lI'UIl4'Ill II:-:ui M Hb. P.I ,DRIIJf E MRS. WILGINS '91, 6- bl 'U J gyszbaf fjoizcafzbn j.. GYM TEACHERS: Miss Moberg: Miss Quinn: Mrs. Walkerg Mrs West: Mr. Strong: Mr. Summers: Mr. Janes. Director of Phvs. Edg Mr. Insalaco: Mr. Whitcomb. ' Q' " ' V-.-J., - 1. gg,-Q M. , 1. '.,, - , -I ".-' ll f"?f:5"w 'WIS Like- 'l'vavlwr . . . Like Student 1 YT A Polio Cliniv ss Reigle gives a hearin N V-...,, X '1 ix! 1.. Ik-all Nursv was QU1: 63 y. - ... ,I ..: 1- dz.. l ' ' 0 . . 1 Z7 img, .'i,l.,.1 ,, 1 . I Y.,- . . Y -Q1 .' 1f"1?f! f' J 1 pi A' ' .Rr ' I f -kf2'4'l!1 , A V . -24.5 , Q -L , I fl X my ' f -.f' w,,""'-ann 1 ,fi Q , I 41. 1, I : ' ""' ' ,:lE"'r . jk 4' Q' 1 3 5 4 x vf X , '- WV i w xl' 'W Z... X 1 g - 5' x CAG U ,fl .r li """-"Q, QQ X 4 MR, SAIAK Uffpartmc-nl Hvarl MR. ALVES MR. FARRELL MR. FEINDEL MR. HOHN ff NIR. IXEEFL Yovational Director MRS. CHASE Yfwutimlal Sewrvlary ocafzbn .Aw iD12J1Q91b12 Two heads are beth-r than orw. I I ff!! A consultation Voc Studies in the classroom . . . I and in the Shop "iw- 67 r v Intf-nt workers r U Ll' ape' that javk hollis! vugv' pr- ,L+- 5 1 ' "'- I.. .I A E I l I ..-..' af I A 'QWWPZ 4 ll Sparks really do fly. Whose got the soap? 5' -1 QQ aff' 1 'ilil ii That's called a motorf, 69 I f v T' .f r A an Fi ' mf 39 9- ' ,V MISS ML-NALLY if if 1 i 1 ffgipf NIH. H,XS'I'lN4LS C , J . Juzrkznce if 70 un '53 Til MISS Ql'Er1w -xN ' J! 7- 'Q' 5 in X7 S,110XXAxN .mel URS. Ylfl.llxU 1' ...V5 vvvlIL WIWIIOII ,',, ffm-..... 1 I . 1 A I-,.,-nf-f - ryr- Ku! . tu-Q . -5 'Mig' '7 1-If MISS KING MR. ML-GPINESS MR. MCGRAIL ,QV M. .4-aw' 1 1 ,"""' XIISS V1 'IN XXI 7I Q 4 'G-....2' - , xfv 'ci 0 ,Nw 1. ,zz-y 4, !4 , 1 , , 9 - 5 5.5 'iff ug: E s 8 -' ' 4? - 5 f. ,K 5 .f , er v 1 . ' 7 C I 4 I, A... . ,. ,. '5- ' Y A :ggi-Yi., -Y ,fi 5 -I glifii- ,f S 5 '-4.4,, . 76112117185 -mr., 9 L I 81,3 1 I I luv -1 Eg-.-q'-' M- C5fzz0Q12f Senior-Junior Executive Commit- tee fleft to rightj: Peter Partnow, Jean Franchig Gail Cheney, Cathy McDevitt. Seated: Susan Bryant. Q0 E lr x 1 4 rw U' lar-1 lfffu' flwll I., rigllw: Paul Hiarwhi, Cathy NND:-will, Hail ffln-ne-y. Fuean Bryant. president: .Ivan Flllllflli. Peter Parlnvw. N I f I NT' IWQHI. l"fI1:l.:- I! '-anll, ffarnu-n Ryan, Sandra Niurplw. Hill Vrnut, Deborah llarvvy, Curloi llurlon, Jeffrey Partnow. Third ' ' v I H fl 11 F511 lx ml Nlillfv. Vu, "nv IV'-rraw, V4-Ia-r llayu-Q, john Quilk, Ile-nnie Hnrrigan, Tlmlnae Slll1'lIl,DAlVi1lTglfl. ff? 1 JOUIQCI The main concern of the Framingham High School Student council is to be an active liaison between the student body and administration. This task has been made difficult by the obvious barrier of a double schedule. Therefore, the organization of two separate councils was necessitated. The activities of both councils were presented to the entire school community with the hope that a unity could be evolved. Mr. Richard Dargan, advisor to the Junior-Senior Council, greatly aided the officers under President Susan Bryant in designing a program to better serve Framingham High School students. The Freshman-Sophomore Student Council, under the leadership of Mr. Zaido and President Tom Gardiner, has given enthusiastic repre- sentation to the sophomore and freshman classes. Freshman-Sophomore Student Council: First Row fleft to right: .lean Flanigan, Bill Daniels, President Tom Gardiner, Fran Murphy. Second Row: Advisor Mr. Paul Zaido, Pam Cec- carini, Maureen Deady, Paula Tamango, John Zucchi. Back Row: Joe Antonioli, Bob Watson Freshman-Sophomore Executive Committee Ueft to rightl: Fran Murphy: Tom Gardiner, Presidentg Jean Flanigang Bill Daniels. A . 1 ...J ,. -. 1 1 . ig? -.V --............. gn,-. Q 1 .i gi' I , Ji . .. ' D. . , Q1 , i . ffl gf 1- ,Qi 9, 1 w it 'Vti 4 i ti' 1 1 ' I ff? 1. L Q. 4. gi-. '7 J K 1,1 ' 'f'1:"w7Fv::u ,A :Mix ZW- ...LNNV-.iQ S3 B -Q I .lbhf I , . i LU U T -..,..., Aga in , Jig 1 'I I. "S+.+.lf -Ulu-' .M ,A Ll - 5 Council Advisor: MR. IW.-NRG ,KN " l Crivr Editors: Sen1Pd.' Debby Harvey, Asst Editor: Paul Brunchi, Editor-in-Chief: Mike McGrath, Assistant Editor. Standing: Fran Bowler. Feature Editor: Pete Partnow, Sports Editor: Joan Fvathernmn, Asst Feature Editor: Edie DuBose, News Editor: Ray Miles. Sports Editor. X100 .' , . . . . , . I:lI-HI"-- .mtl .Xdw-rti-ing Shift: fini mit: ll. Hur--Ili: X. lit-Il.tg Editor Im 1 Mit It t 1 Xli llit lu I I All nti nt v' ll . It-1-gift .tml .. llorgnn-. ,sflllllll R:-u . . 1' 3 ,. ,L ii. ,I-'iff-r-fin: I.. Hur-vu Yllirrl lffnrf I.. lift'-Hl'!Q Si ll--ut-II, K. llulnngg .I lion N Urn"-I I. Xltimtr lv-will livin' i' i"II"I nf" N 1 nlurin' 1 lust Il . . . . , .. , U , .. nm . , ,, It Xivtttfiix. 76 The Crier is no laughing matter This year, the Student Crier has undergone many changes in format--the most obvious of these being an alteration from the traditional four-column to one with five columns. The contents of the Crier have not, however, been altered. The newspaper still contains school news, editorials, feat- ures, photographs, humor and cartoons which portray Framingham High School students, their activities, their thoughts. Mr. John Whelan, advisor to the Student Crier, the staff members, and the editors, have worked hard together to issue and unusually informative school news- paper. 1 Q . J 1 I 1 2 . 3 t , 1 it 5 , t 1 3 z 3 of ' t r -gp t '4 8 "That's Popmich. no "tml" f First Row: Linda Martensong Judy Brightg Margie Vanderlmrglig Kathy Connolly: Diane Joyce. Second Row: Al Ehratg Paula Cardinerg Rita Nathanson: .lam-I Levin: Gwen lit-ard: Pam Weisseg Marcia Sommcrg Dawn Driscoll: Connie Hank-yg Ron Erikson. C I '! H th I t I t 77 'tif t t 1 t t Editors-in-Chief jeff Partnow and Paula Gardiner with Assistant Fran Bowler 79 I. O 122 G Art Staff members Bexerly Klein, Lynne Titleman, Editor Paula Murphy, Diane Joyce, and Editor Sue Wood 78 l'i1 lun- Frlitors lliam- Jllyflf and lfllvn Levine The 1963 Philomath is the result of the time and effort of numerous students and faculty members. The yearbook has expanded in quality and quantity and is an animate re- flection of the growth of Framingham High School. Faculty advisors for the Philomath are Chief Advisor Nlr. Hottleman. Biography and Verse Advisor Mr. Hayes, Advertising Advisors Mr. Hatch and Mrs. Quigley who have assisted the editors, Paula Gardiner and Jeff Partnow in producing the Philomath of 1063, a portrait of our school. X I Biography and Verse Staff members: Mary Alice Gower, Noreen Travers, Bonnielynne Casale, Editors Nancy Campbell, Betsy Selfo, and Art Richardson. Row 2: Mr. Hayes, Elaine Pezzoni, Linda Bishop, Doreen Tosches, Linda Wright, Rita Nathanson, Linda Teal, Karen McKinnon. Row 3: Bill Prout, Jean Lovering, Martha Purington, Donna Suarez, June Silver, Paula Zontini. Row 4: Bill Powell, Dave Scott, Wally Cladwin, Lenny Lamberti, Laurie Borghesi, Ellen Calver. Row 5: Michel McGrath, Wayne Clews, Ronnie Burrill, Fran Bowler, Barry Daniels, Sue Leitzell, Gail Cheney. i. u.. .Ima Sports Staff members Sue Smith, Kathy McDevvitt, Editor Linda Day, Ricky Flink, Editor Dick Bucilla, and Edith DuBose. 2 fff "ll xxx tx fx, Feature Staff: Seated: Co-editors Bob Cray: Sue Bryant. Smrzriing: Roberta Ct-rnmin:-Suv MacDonaldg Sue Leitzellg Mary Anne Staigersg Paul Bianchi: Fran Bowler. Our Advisor NIR. HOTTLFNI XX 79 'udy an J fl .ffig uri ? .my lmmls . . . LE-Ek A The ma IC circle , ' HY-F xy '. u 4 1 . 3 2 J L 'j,:Hx ,Za .f'.-'N u0""'5- I II.,-1fI,.4mp O CUZ? Stage Manager Doctor Gibbs ..... ,loe Crowell ....,o, Howie Newsome Mrs. Gibbs ..,v.,, , Mrs. Webb ........ George Gibbs .... Rebecca Gibbs s.... Wally Webb .......... Emily Webb ........... Professor Willard ..,...... Mr. Webb ....,............. Woman in Balcony - Man in Auditorium Lady in the Box ,,.,,,,--,,, Simon Stimson Mrs. Soames Constable Warren Si Crowell Sarah Craig ..-..s,,. foe Stoddard ,......,.,. ..c.,s, Assistant Stage Managers -- Dead Man ........... Dead Woman ..,.. CAST Timothy Hanna Howard Levine Andrew Paull Francis Sloan Frances Bowler , Susan Leitzell Leigh McAuliffe Judy Lewis June Silver Susan Pollack S s,..,...,s,.,..s,..ss, Janet Levin Mary Anne Staigers Raymond Myles Anne Marie Fogarty Micheal McGrath Diane Joyce Barry Daniels Donna Suarez Henry Gilson David Birtwell , ,,ss.... Valerie Wisnewski Mary Anne Staigers Micheal McGrath George Barrett Joseph Duca David Birtwell Martha Muddle y12ferz2ab'012af e7?QkZ9bHS The International Relations Club, under the leadership of Mr. O'Brien. has attempted to gain a knowledge of the current world through the study of National and Inter- national Events. In addition to a program of five guest speakers the club has been working closely with the Framingham chapter of the American Field Service, acting as liaison between that group and the High School. . ,A f " 4 ' sf i , I Q' Q - X, ' I A- .6- 5' 1 President Pete Burnim Q. if f - 5 i .-. ' ... 4 5 l ' .h L ' Lilith' lfirxf Row: .-Mlsisor Mr. Wllrif-ng P. Ilepisag R. Nathanson: R. Rulminskyg President Pe-tc llurnim: fl. l"c-rrurog ll. Awrr: P. Have-sg P. Purtnow. Seroml Row : S. Coodman: .l. F4-utlu-rmang N. W f I lint r 'N XII I l'nu l nr I' 'al-ong I. ,csim-5 l'. Guru' f 3 A me-man! .. Keg ns: S. llundvl. Third Row: '. Nullingg S. llanlvyg K. Connolly: J. Cotton: 5, Shcpllurd. Fourth Row: J. Church: ll, Roberts: Nl. Somrnv-rg ,l. llnrlfia-ld: .l. l.eve-risong Pi. lfustnmng J. Fnirg ll. Sh-pluirig R. FlSlllIlilH. 82 . Q fi! Lilia Popovich with her American sister Muffie Purington This is the moment I have been thinking about all year long, the time to say good bye. I feel very sad to leave this marvelous country and this wonderful high school. All the new things that I learned here. and all the pleasant moments that I have had make this year one of the greatest of my life. I am sure that I will never forget my experiences and all the friends I have made. I want to tell you thanks for being so nice and giving me all the happiness that I found. Lots of love to a big memory. JLWWJ, 97? 01455 aff Har-hal Executive Committee: First Rout Lieutenants Steve Salvati, Donna Haley, Captain Bill Bagnall. Second Roux' Advisor Mr. Russell Antell, Lieutenants Joe-Donnelley, and Bob Fuller. Voc Marshals The 1963 Junior-Senior Mar- shal force, advised by Mr. Antell, elected as its captain Bill Bagnall. Mr. Shooshan, advisor to the Sophomore Marshal Force, has been most effective in producing an efficient force for the after- noon session with the help of Captain George Greenwood. The two Marshal Forces have set an extremely fine example of efficiency for future marshal candidates. K ll ltn..f.v -fr.. if NIJ:-Il..l-A 1. lla:-5-nl, li, !.rwli.i-lt: N. 'l'i.ix-ws. 5. Smith, lfrm--liman-Soplionmre Marshals: First Roux' Nl. Antoniog S. Zanadi: C. , lr ll .I- K kn,,l,,iIl, ,Sffmnl Run: ll. tfnri-y, l'i Weiss:-, .l. Cotton, 5. lfargnasuc, lf. llq-vans, ff. Kimlmll, J. Castellano. Second Rolf: 5. Cagcn, '-lv lhtllrlifl, ll, 'l.i-flu'--, ff. l'i.lIIll", ,l. lin-guilt. Third It'nu': ll. llritne-ll, .l. 'lf ifopitnornc, lf. llrast, l'. Stoddard, .l. We-ith, l.. Rcndcll. C. Andcrson. ll-7lll'll"'vA l. liirnifl--, l'. Nl-iii'-i, l,. l..unln-rli, K. Briggs. Fourth Roux' Third Roux' S. Sta-fanini, ll. llrandoling S. Mt-Comlu-r, l,. Cir-cola, P. 'xtluu-A-r Nl' Xml Il, I. 1 lrns--in, ,l. N11-ifliant, ll. lfullt-r, li. llrakc, F. ll. xlllllll, V. llutla-r. Fourth Roux' lf. Greenwood, K. firm-nv, l'. Kf'lll'll4'f. N I,-. tri. li, ll igrnill. 'lf llanplnmn. l,. Sticlun-5, A. Wade. 84 , . it in 5,-,,., A friendly smile. v"""" i Relaxation I . , 63 X- f.l'I-- - 'lb -J., . . 5, 1 Ax. hmmnnf X- N 'Y i . I Underclussmen really study 3 pr, ffl 3 l 1 if gl ? ? .ff 1 if? , .X 3 -.3 . . - as.-.- , flillilllflll 1 , l A H Y 9 W -ra' , 34. r 6:5 Il A V e - 3' ' 5 : Q: 1 V l , lv' ' , , , i 'w - -A ' ,M , n..' ' - .,v' Q, .- -v ' '- L - - 9- : "1 . . W. 1. r 9 4 ., 3 in 4 l s , , ff' . n 9 flung.. tn hi! F Vvr Qa 9. " ' , wg an Q 1 QQ M, ' .5 'V l , I V .fa kt In .. Q -V A1 ,IL ., :pi P 8 ig 'i if if if e .JI-X -ff' s. ' 'g'?3, -E .f!:'6S f -N f -......... " fL.A 'i , -nl A L .... ww-fd WN Ze-,flf3Mi?if1'?'rmyra 1 . u Q1 - I , , 4. 1-ug . 'f " Y, ,gf Yg:.g -'if f. Q A serious student Library Aides . Nl' r f .if S I TW I.. I mme C116 This year both the Freshman-Sophomore and Junior-Senior Drama Clubs were advised by Miss Kline. with the aid of President Hillary Swett and Susan Leitzell. Along with many varied and interesting meetings, the Club held an evening of drama with four one- act plays, and entered mfhe Lonely Summiti' in the Massachusetts Drama Festival. 5 n . l Y A . I. f 3 l r J if .es Officiers: Kathy Wood, Treasurer: Mary Anne Staigers, President: ?am Weisse, Vice President: Pat Whitcomb, Secretary. Second Row: Ville Bonville, Advisorg Janice Orazi, Programsg Judy Natoli, Publi- :ityg Gail Cheney, Ass't. Secretary: Judy Lewis, Hostess. e ere' Q .ran CGICS' Le Cercle Francais sous la direction de Nlade- moiselle Bonville et Nlarie Anne Staiger la presi- dente, consiste de vingt-cinq membres qui suivent le Francais III, ou le Francais IV. Le but de cercle est d'interesser les eleves de francais a la culture francaise tout en parlant francais. Apres les affaires de la reunion, comme pro- gramme on a eu: films, conseils au sujet de voyage en France, jeux francais. Les membres ont fait partie du programme de Noel avec toutes les classes de Francais. Nous avons chante des canti- ques pour Noel. Le Cercle est alle en autobus a Boston au mois de december pour assister au pro- gramme du mime celebre, Marcel Nlarceau. 'irst Row: Pat Whitcombg Pam Weisseg President Mary Anne Staigersg Kathy Wood, Advisor Ille Bonville. Second Row: Diane Lindag Bonnielynne Casaleg Judy Natolig Mary Alice Gower: farol Belonis: Gail Cohen. Third Row: Sue Bryantg Barb Kelleyg Linda Lewis, Bonnie Auerr: udy Brightg Bruce Lovelaceg Judy Lewis. Fourth Row: Janice Orazig Betsy Selfog Nancy Watsong like McGrathg Gail Cheneyg Diane Joyce. 87 6 Supply Committewlnaul Bianchi and Gene Ferraro i i l u i 5 E. PublicityYCarmen Ryan and Debby Harvey Food for Needy-Pete Partnow, Kathy Mc- Devvitt, and Bill Daniels 499 X 5 mf Save the Chilclrenflean Franchi, Pete Hayes, Tom Gardiner iiiiii -Q65 3, , .. Family Commitlf-4---Doug Breault, Sandi Murphy, lm- .Xntonioli V YIQPIQQI ""'!lli will " nil A lil 3'f'2lT7'1i '-lil!-lil f 1 , 11111 y "ai-Iii-I . 1111 if 4-, , Ap ' li xi -K ,, , a :xii -A I li -- in 9, V N U ,M 111 N' i l f...-x 11 wp. --I Ii 5" N, 11 - un- 11 88 liunvl- Yin: y f..irnpln'll :infl lflaim' Fi-lu' .J Coordinator Sue Bryant with Mr. Dargan li i Gfrzkfmas af CS yy CSfQQfIf2y OIZQIZQIZXQQS we 1 S' 'B ,A 3 L A i Senior Steering Committee: First Row: D. Milnerg B. Proutg S. Murphyg P. Bianchig Miss Terry, Advisory P. Cardinerg K. McDevvitt. Second Row: G. Cheney: J. Franchig D. Joyceg D. Harveyg E. DuBoseg M. Staigersg E. Pezzonig C. Bartong E. Verge. Third Row: L. Lambertig D. Taftg M. McGrathg G. Sommerg J. Partnowg T. Salemg A. Richardson. I I r ..g Q ,K I' .. , L Q Junior Steering Committee: First Row: J. Breaultg D. Breaultg B. Howardg P. Hayesg S. Hanleyg K. Connollyg E. Fiske. Second Row: Mrs. McDuffie, Advisorg L. Tittlemang B. Roberts: G. Beardg P. Driscollg J. Cotton: P. Weisseg Mr. Carrahan. Third Row: P. Partnowg P. Bornimg E. Murphyg R. Mansfieldg R. Fishmang C. Soboriog C. Ferraro. Senior Class Officers: President Paul Bianchi: Secretary Sandy Murphy: Vice President Jeff Partnowg Treasurer Dave Taft. Junior Class Offieers: Yiee President Bruee Howard: 5eerc'tai'y Sue JJJIIJCYI President Pele Hayes: Treasurer Doug: Breaull. Zmfgdf 3012 ce I ruuld have danced all night! Time- out! 90 ',rlYl'f!lA-l mv' 1-Hlw The .m.ur1i:- f,H1'IlNlNl' plgnrr Jw- lfonnrllw mic- 'VIINIXI' plan-I ,lm lx Uuih P' .w. 5' Na s. ,N v...,.f- Pure' Prom! -Lg., ' Q Q 44" 'S-. .'! hi Even thv vhapvmm-s had fun. Ufjyzf, 'Lf 1-Yi X- 'X' 14 ,o lm th: m,ht ,nun huulnl N 1 D . , , T 1 1 r 4 unzor r i One' . . . Kun . . . threw . . . LIFT! X 1lr.m1i Nhrrh U 140122 S , ' 'GT' z in Dlx' ' 1 l 1, X 1' ' I 8' Eh The Que if I, R. 1 5: ,119 f Czen ce J I The Committee which made the 10th Annual Fair a success: Sue Costin, Wendy As usual, attendance was high. Frank, Mei Berssenbrugge, Mr. Mc-egun, Edith Dubose, ,lean Franchi, Sue Solari. A demonstmtwn First place, Biology, Virginia Delaney az? A 1 ' ., A I ., r ,V ,Q 93: 4 .I ', -Q2 I gg There are always questione JT? W., , --'Q .--R ga , T " "W" i 4,1-xv , r 5 Hp-v,,,. Q I X 1-,, h Fifi First place, Chemistry, Charks Cheney Fifi PIJCC, Pl!5'5i1'f- 11111105 Earl 1 195 QQ gafzby C30 Freshman and Sophomore Debating Clubs: First Row: J. Bronner, J. Zucch, President, C. Carravasosg C. Bevansg J. Jacobellig J. Copithorne. Second Row. Advisor Mrs. Flaggg L. Iozzo: M. Fallinog C. Geller: L. Miller, E. Epstein, C. Delaney. Third Row: B. Daniels, B. Tittlemang I. Mason, J. Antoniolig E. 0'Connorg B. Watsong T. Little, T. Gardiner. Fourth Row: B. Hargravesg B. Stephensong D. Torang E. Suttong C. Anntelmang A. Marcusg P. Burnia. ,lumor ll:-lmling flulr: First lt'uu': lf. l.:-vine, ll. lluycs, R. Fislmnm, li. ltrukr-. Srronrl Row: Advisor Mr. Honeywell, l'. Niittirig. J. l"ilnn.mri:t-, fl. llnyton, M. Sommer. Third 96 RIIUQ' J. l.:uli.tn-1-, 5. ll.nnrl1-l, l.. liivvurtll, l'. l'urtnow. A question The Framingham High School Debating Club was estab- lished last year to introduce its members to the practice of formal debate, as well as to provide them with a forum for the expression of their own ideas. Among the topics de- bated this yearg "Large schools of higher education are more advantageous to learning than small schools," and "There should be a major change in government in the Town of Framingham." With the help and planning of the faculty advisor, Mr. Honeywell, the Debating Club has tried to extend un- derstanding and appreciation of the art of effective debating. 7101 C136 lb The Art Clulz. under President Diane ,Iuyf-e and .Xclxcisor Miss Kulmaki. is a new service group in the- sr-lmnl. The aim of the club, in addition of art education for the IT1C'mlJf'FS, all of whom must have a scholastic average of HW? nr 'VH p N ii ' better. is the performance of service to the school as a whole. l A -dw Mi,,---'-'r Sax 1. , if y v - fficers: Vice President Lynne Tittlemang Secretary Diane aniscalcog President Diane ,Ioyceg Constitutional Chm. ike Nahmeg Treasurer jane Price. i v L. wi I l 5 P I "f ' -4 F! s I. I 1 i 3 U! Sealed: Diane Maniscalcog Lynne Tittlemang President Diane Joyce: .lane Prive, Miss Kulmki. Standing: Ron Costa: Lynn DeLuca: .ludy Hartlineg Gail Fitzpatrickg Betty Lou Mayog Nancy Sanders: I.:-v Nnrthup: Pauline Winslow: ln-ne Wcrkowskip Diane Dwyer: Micheal Nahm. 97 1.nIl gmtulnnmls T he' Rm-easxn afzbn gf ' 4 1 W1 Wim-IP -1 -fs.,-+..1.-......- ...- 012014 oczezy Early this year, Framingham High School was award- ed a charter for a National Honor Society, established to honor outstanding students throughout the country. Over thirty Framingham seniors were selected by a faculty council under the guidance of Mr. Ciccolo and Miss Lyons, on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership and service. The National Honor Society stimulates these qualities in students: Membership is lifelong, and members are bound to strive toward raising secondary school standards. Martensong C. Belonis: Advisors Miss Lyons, Mr. Ciccollc. Second Row: B. Sclfo: J. Franchi: L. Day: N Crillog J. Bright, P. Gardiner: E. DuBoseg L. Lamliertiz .l. Lewis. Third Row: NI. Cranog yi. Dulwing ti Hanley: S. Bryant, J. Levin: B. Daniels: F. Bowlerg C. Che-ncy: M. Staigcrsg B. Aucrr. FOIIFIII Row: R. limi: V. Rendag M. Atlas, M. McGrath: J. Braithwaiteg C. Sommerg M. Levay: A. Richardson. First Row: Mr. Martin, Principal: B. Casaleg P. Whitcomb: M. Puringtong C. Swanson: P. Bianchig I: .-z', 452. ani' ' QQ, at 1 I , ' 1 ' -4 .Is I . 34. ,S-.5 . .. . r f 1 ye ' 1"x' 1'-L" ,.. . . .. ' 71 ' A A ':fJwf-ffs"'- .51 4' ' ' Ii' ' '1 g,.f,g,f',' fj-v, .1 r ' 'gg 71'-by .4 -, ,I Qlf x :Ii ,qw 5 - Q. f Q- H5 s.vg:.- 4, p , 7 gZ13H,'.e',- rv ' -r-J' '-'15 '55 .r 7737 fi" , '- 1' 'Q' ' '. - uv, ' J Al V v 4 X . . , .: . - W, '. ,+. , ... - -C fa: Sfg' 1 , lf fp .4,. . ,-Tiff' " Q' ' wvfwzef-as 55' W 7 f- . , ,723 X' , I QI xc Y f. ik, ' 'f 'Af J .IT-. .1 -.r ,nv .3 . - 7-Lx' "7'. Jk-L K-14 gr. "!. xg' .,.. Sig lr A - ' .J 5 F 1 Wx .V- . -- 1--4' da' . J Q- A Q1 J e, '-Q N, , porfs F R121 , 1" Mi CARLOS BARTON GERRY DINEEN DENNIS KNUTSON GENE MESSANA Halfback Captain Halfback Halfback Fullback . W v Aix ' 91 T X A a .nA ... ,- - I I - - BILL PROUT BILL BAGNALL PETE AMATI ART RICHARDSON End Guard Guard Captain Tackle IMVPQ MMXJHI RON COSTA huard Guard enjors 63 1524, If , A 'I -I PI f JL. - I - .uf QXSQ , 5' .mdk AL SLECZKOWSKI DAVE SCO'I'I' JIM BRAITHWAITE RICK EILAND End End End End jf vfll - Alain: .L - .L - A ln DAVE PIERCE BILL PHILLIPS PAUL THOMPSON PETE LONCHI End Quarterback Tackle Tackle in 7 -L 4' ' . if V9 xg 1 X .IACK DUFFY DON LYNCH STEYE S.-XLNATI Halfback Halfbavk Quarterback W . A. Wignot, D. Pierce, E. Zanchi, J. Donnelly, A. Cel la, P. Amati, D. Knutson, B. Phillips, D. Lynch, R Eiland, P. Tromhi, J. Fair. Second Row: J. Quirk, D. Cotton, J. Braithwaite, P. Thompson, C. Barton, D Scott. C. Dineen, A. Richardson, R. Costa, P. Longcy, D. Macchi, B. Bagnall, S. Salvati. G. Messana, B Prout. Third Row: J. Daniels, athletic director, T. Capolla trainer. D. Jolie, coach, B. Jachowicz, coach J. Hoff, J. Towland, M. Molliver, J. Langley, D. Taylor, R. Morowski, B. Verge, C. Moody, R. Chessmore M. Molliver, T. Towle, C. Fornicari coach, E. Bellforti, coach, F. Cvalvani, Faculty Manager. Fourth Row. R. Edwards. D. Zambesi, A. Sleczkowski, J. Duff, R. Mansfield, R. Poirer, J. Postizi, A. Lippman, B Kray. A. Hallenhrook. R. Schnetke, R. Britnell, J. Chaisson. '15- ,55-F 5.0-I .nf S easel 1 CO.-UIIJFS Nlr. Jolie, .'hsNlNlillll f.o.n-li, Nlr. .IiIl'll1lNN'l1'l, lim-ad f.ll.N'll1 Nlr. l'ornlcalri, .'hSSlSlillll Coach: Nlr. llc-llforli, .'hNNlNi1lIll flilllfll. I S f Hold it . . . Thf- B ik fi, '5-A.-. .Q-up -" .Tu 4- '-W.. Although the Flyers did not become Class B Champs. their fine performances against such strong teams as Jamaica Plain, Melrose. Braintree. and Winthrop proved to Flyer fans that their team was indeed one of the best in the state. Outstanding among the many exciting and hard-work- ing players was Captain Dave Taft who was high scorer for Class ll. OUI"12Qy X f Y. II , - X 9 -, X 4 ' ,g , I me " V D I , ' f I 4 ', . , X. eg .. - Q "fax 4 V.. ' 1. bt- x X x rl 5 I f I- W-' Q E . -' ' ,. ag. . . Axllk 1 txt? .ess 5 ,R X X ml. I ...........x ' .M b' lo7 byyqiltttinfld Q v I Al ,WIGH4 ,yi PENS, 495411, 55 U u 'i ixwnu i l 3 261 r Kneeling: John Huff, Joe Nogelo, Phillip Moresig Captain Dave Taft, Mike Sadowsky, Bill Powell, Bill Foisey. Standing: Dave Birtwell, Mike Dunlap, John Quirk, Mark Arnold, Gordie Salak, Bobby Poirer, Bruce Howard, .loe Donnelly, Mr. Daniels, Mr. Calvani, Coach Summers. One of the finest teams in the Bay State League. this year's Flyer team had one nf its hest seasons ever. Led by Coach Bill Summers and Captain Dave Taft, the high svoringz Flyers rlisplayecl talent. deter- mination ancl Sportsmanship throughout the season. Their many close and exciting games will ltr- long rememhererl hy Flyer fans. '-5. -. ,?wcn, 7' swag ., 4-ry? U05 ,'5g4:'92pv' who dvn'it?" "IFS mine" An outsidf- shot. I -in -X101 -44 1 mul' ' A. F .4 ' -1.5 xo !,i..,,v.q.ouu-f Wim il" i i I, '-s I I I I ..,- .ff ,"'3!'2,4:, 4 N Q uno 1'-43 I APTAIN DAVP. TAFT. Forward 11.5- .J-v--0 M" Sadfmwsky for two! ,,...v-""'A' ' Thx- .lump Nlllxf' S XIWUNY SRX. llmrd A-f' 1' . ,lp 9 ,1 . 'J 4 3.14 lqi -O Q, 1 ' ' :J M 3 : Q .I First Row: Ken Briggsg Gerry Dineeng Capt. .lim Clover: Bill Phillipsg Capt. Dave Macchig Ron Neitzg Mal Chochraneg Bob Palme-rg Bob Lopez. Second Row: Coach Cottong Brent Larrabee, Jack Asterbury, Vinnie Petruno, Jeff Glew, Dick Taylor, Don Brandolini, Bob Brittnell, Allan Locke. JYQC Qy Ag, CAPT. IINI CLOVER CAPT. DAVE NIACCHI RON NEITZ MAL COCHRANE CERRY DINEEN KEN BRIGGS BILL PHILLIPS BOB PALMER r f .ar ' I I . 31 I 'fel in rf: J 3 , A s I F xN, 'f 3 5- I X L .I C+ E f N I N N -'I' -' ' ' -V , - . Hx. Q, 1 I ' a , J I 5 .- I I 1 'I if , 1 ep LI' 1-Luck QW 5 in f Y in . 1 L. S -f I , , L1 I ...gig I ffs 5 f'r' " W 'r I , ?: H 9 ? xv 4 ,Wa af-H si J' I 4 f J 8:21 N. J' 4 - xo.- Ainsli- Woopsf Thank you U3 33 ! Pas wx 05 L5 ltx sf-nt th L. 3. ross ounffy CAPT. DICK BUCILLA . A practice run for the harriers v-4 0 all P Q . . , .JITLW Q .L if -nf,'1 Mm- ff-unny 'll-.amz l"ir.s! Run' flvfl In righllr R. Wumlsunl, W. Cladvnin, I". Se-ill, Capt. liucilla, C. Sommcr, D. llrunnagan, G. Bowman vmml Run' li Ink-un, R Ylylf-N, ID. Andf-rwn, I". And:-rson. Coax-h Dowling, U. Hans:-n, T. Cokv. .l. Cunningham, M. Nuhmc. II6 YH? QUIZ? ' , ' f 'Su 37: . -WF' -gg. ll 1 . :jf sta A L ff .iv 'V .PIA Xe, fri' , - , . 1 .1 CZ ., N N-ure-rv' TJ Q ',"5 I hh' , L . UAL,-L af , ag,Q.1', ,rs The great swing :g-no ,SN- 76 1 i A near-perfect dismount f'3'vfa ffg 1 t I The Team which came ln second ln the 1963 Bay btate League Ch.1mp1on,h1p, N Q., K -.04 xe 3 'ai' 5 il X 775: MX! . ..f::' 'M f , . 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Seconrl' R0w:'Karen, Alive C0lld,Je.m Gln-ringhelli, ,Lnnicc L.fl1.lH.ili. Pohl-5 Nl-mmm, I June Breault, Maureen Urbanati, Brenda Owens. II9 -Q. Q04 57 Z1k2f0fj7Qcfe Charge MISS QUINN Co-captains, Nanry Merloni- ard Pat Duane , fx X v x , , i Fighting for Control Hun I: Ni . v .nrliu xiliii.lll11ill'fv', Alum' iii-imp, Snnrly iiuwvil, Nurwy Rurlw, Nancy Nicriuni, Put Duane, Sandy Murphy, Janice Cormier, Angela IH- ix Xl.nrlh.r Wlmlvn. lfnu- 25 Xiu' Inu Whit:-, Kara-n Xin-1-wr, Eile-1-n Forgionv, .ioyvc Mullin-ws, Miss Quinn, Edith DuBosc, Paula Zonlini, .lean i Haw- ik Y .m-n Hanna-r, Yil ,Iffiin-nn, ,lufiy iiullvr, Nialry i'olI1'r, Jllliyiiilwbli, l.insl.n l.a-mill. I l20 Don't just stand there, jump. six """"0rqw Fight for it. .-, 4 .QA ' , . , A '7 ikxmf y 1.0 , .vm -,,,,,,,,...1. ...asl- Fine defensive action, Under the capable leadership of Miss Hoberg. this year's girls basketball team has completed another successful and enjoyable season. 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N ff: Q: 'V-2' ffl' '73, 'giiff 'aQ2j enzbzxs' 4 RON XLDJ ALLEN OX follow htm utry wsltert ambition to enlox life U ually seen in ln 46 Ford lNonthalant manner and outlook Tott a ba lsetball and a smile You know lnm a Ray Intramural Basketball 1' Intra- mural Yolleyball 2' Christmas Prr 'ects I 2 3 4' Red Cross 1 '3. JOE CE ANNE ANDERSON Bow in her mind and heart One of the la t Sherbomtes Write letters to eyenmhere Lon blond hair Nordic looks Easy omg has many friends Radio fans run in the family Bowling 1' Christmas Projects I JEAN MARIE ALLUZIO Mellow toned, modest manner.. . Undeviating goal . . . secretary... Smile "alluzing" . . . always wins Interest sails the seven seas . . . Natural water skier-splash!! . . . Cay in spirit . . . light of heart. Library Service Club 43 Candy Sale 13 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. PETER M. AMATI ,Iaunty walk . . . exuberant smile Out of cash pecuniary problem Values license above all . . . Interested in Engineering . . . Auto-crazed . . . his nifty sedan Likeable candid Flyer fan. Bowling 29 Science Fair 2, 33 Football -lg Christmas Projects 1, 2. RA RBA R A JA Y N E ANDERSON lies! nl st'Crt'lzlt'lr's lo ln' . . . Letters . . . trea-urecl possessions Only happiness, fun prexail . . . Noncbalantly Barb tu friends . . llelnrtous lor a tw:-ting party . . . 1. ,. . l'.itpvw'ml lln- wlfgilll Islands. lst:-ltl lloclu-y 23 lletl lfross l, 2, . , . 1 3, -lg f.bristnnas lrop-cts l, 2. X "I've got six-pence . . ." FRANCES EVELYN ARNOLD l'crpetuating the IRM tradition Enthusiastic letter writer.. . The best surprises always comt ln small packages.. . . lfrannie Typical teenager, always happy Energetic, pleasant personality. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Christmas Projects l, 25 Rc Cross 1, 2. MARSHALL ALLAN ATLAS Scholarly, succinct physicist . . Arsenic, but not old lace . . . Valuable asset to F.H.S .... An ambush of subtle satire . . . New Yorker by birth . . . pensive Toxicology beckons his talents. Merit Scholar 43 Science Fair 3- 2nd Prize Physics, Chess Club Ig Camera Club 3. BONNIE CLAIRE AUERR Industrious, capable, precise Noteworthy of much credit . . . To find happiness . . . a seashell Exactness is her middle name . . . Never at a loss for words . . . Tender-hearted Bon is the one. Business and Advertising Staff 3, Editor 4, International Relations Committee Officer 3, 4g A Cap- pella 3, 4g Drama Club 3, 43 Drama Festival 35 French Club 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH BACNALL Roistering fun . . . hr-ad prankster Usually found in a black Chevy Great cxtc-mporizt-r . . . talk, talk Crows in popularity 1-ach day . . . Energetic guard of the Flyers Dimples make an adorable smile, Marshal 3, Captain 4g Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Football I, 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Executive Com- mittee, Save the Children Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. ALBERT JOSEPH BARONI Path leads to a college life . . . Intuitive, inveterate sportsman Laconic, but to the point . . . License is most highly prized . . . Al-titude . . . impressively tall... Reasoning is the key to all. Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. ELOISE ANN BARR Summer brings water skiing . . . Invaluable, considerate friend . . . Nursing future . . . able worker Green hills of Vermont . . . home Effluent . . . intent . . . competent Rosy complexion . . . rosy outlook. Vermont-Student Council 3 Co- Editor Yearbook Staff, Band, Basketball, F.H.S. Clee Club. JOHN G. BARRATT Boy from Maryland . . . Dixieland Raises, trains, breaks horses Inveterate showman . . . traveler Doting owner of Appaloosa stud Lean, lanky, smooth. smokey Easy-going Four H-cr. iQ'- ii if 5'-.pu-5 .,. ? - 'r,..,i, 0 . GEORGE J. BARRETT Happy nature . . . gay and content Enjoys dancing and football . . . A spirited touch of mischief Reveres eating and sleeping . . . Top-notch businessman someday Yearns to attend Burdett. 17oolltull 1: Senior Play 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3g Boys' Clee Club 4. CARLOS LEE BARTON Natural, unassuming. friendly Incentive to score in life . . . Meticulous and modest manner Backbone of the broad jump . . . Lazy, lackadaisical smile . . . Epitome of personality . . . Bart. Student Council 43 Football 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 4 Co-captain 4g Basketball 2, 3g Junior Steering Committee. RICHARD JOHN BEALDRY Fun is his fayorite word . . . lmperishably cheerful outlook Never stops smiling witty ways Affable . . . active . . . athletic... Sets a goal for college . . . The carefree dance of life . . . Football 1, 2, 3g Track 24 A Cap- pella 2. tl.-XROI. RUTH BELONIS .kppl'nw's of Ll ,Lilly . . . lla-se-iwoir' of lttuglis and fun . . . ll'-ligihtlul, flvroratixc pt-rsonality lfritvrprisiiig lttlr-nts and tastes Nwtllt' in the liaystack sewing 'lit-riipt-inte will . . . 1-ollt-ge a goal ,Iuoior l'rom ll'-coralirig ffomrnit- tw- S43 ltranm Hub Ii, -11 flym Fliow l, fi, 'll Nlllsit' l"e'sliX'ul l, 2, Q vu "tm tl 'ls Qs l 1174 'ClS . . . , .., -1, . ' I I "But Emilie, I waited for you outside the library just like you asked me to do . . . 1 waited for the longest time . . . Emilie . . ." STEVEN BARRY BERENSON Knack for retail managing . . Neyer lacks fun and frolic . . Insouciant outlook on life . . . Going, going, gone for carsl l Happiest moments are with Jane Torrid twister . . . Locomotion... Red Cross Homeroom Rep. 2, 35 Boys' Clee Clubg Science Fair. GILBERT BERNARD Vendor of fun and frolic . . . Interests encompass a wide range Vagabond of F.Il.S .... forever friendly A personality worth remembering Nonchalant and easy twisting To be or not to bc-an engineer MARY GLADYS BERNARD Delicate, Polynesian looks . . Earnest, eager nurse hopeful . . Manikins, models, and Mary . . Undying devotion to bracelets . . . Reserved manner...warm nature Easy smile means anhappy heart." Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. JO-ANN BERNARDI Getting married is her aim . . In Omnia Paratus-always . Glittering correspondent . . . Grateful for Ashland culture . . . Loquacious . . . lackadaisical Jo Effervescent cheerfulness. Christmas Projects, Typist for Student Crier 3. PAIfI, I"REDERIC BIANCIII Liked by all at F.II.S .... Efficient, energetic, capable . . A history student is horn . . . Destincd for success in life . . . Editor exaraordinaire . . . "Crier" Roaring cascade of wittif-isnt. Class President 4, Class Treas- urer 3, Editor-in-Chief, Student Crier 4, Student Council I, 2, 3 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Vice President of Eastern Massa- chusetts Division of Associations of Student Councils 4. DAVID PORTER BIRTWELL ,lack of timely witticisms . . . One always finds him happy . . . Called "Dave" by his pals . . . Oh, A.M.'s by scooter . . . cool Swimming, soccer, and sailing... Eager to please and succeed. Drama Club, Senior Play 4, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Chair- man. LINDA H. BISHOP Venerated by all who know her Idle hands are not for Linda . . . Reliable and conscientious . . . Tres adroit with sewing machines Unfailingly sweet and sincere . . . Earnest interest in U. of Mass. Biography and Verse Committee 4, Library Service Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2. ANTHONY FRANCIS BIUSO People like his quiet humor . . Latent qualities of clmrm All-roads lead to lasting fun Conscientious . . . clean . calm Implicit interest AAI. and FAI. Dogged will to be at draftsman. Chairman of Christmas I'rojvvts I, 2. 1 SIGRID BLAESER Rides horses. skiis and swims . . ls called Figgy hy friends . . . Deserves college of her choice incessant. lasting friendship Nou-l sliill as lop athlete Genial. warm n' friendly to all. liaslxellvall 3. 4: Softhall 3, 4: Christmas Projects 2. 33 Gym Show 3: Science Fair 2. JEFFREY E. BLAISDELL Golf greens beekon under par Or over parffair play counts Looking forward to engineering Faseinates females . . . curly locks Easily rex eals a sincere smile Readily assumes the alias Jeff. Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 41 Bowling 1, 2: Hockey 3g Prom Committee 33 Christmas Projects ln, 2, 3, 4. JAXICE MARTHA BOESE Writes faithfully to Cuba . . . Radiant smile for exeryone . . . intends to he a legal secretary True friendship is golden Explicit, exacting, precise Rewards in life are surely .lan's. Library S5-rxice 1, 2. 3, 43 Drama Cluh, make up committee 3. 43 Senior Play. make up committee 'ali l'hilomath Biography and Verse Committeeg Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, -1. DUN N A LOUISE BORELLI F1-cr-'tary of amhition . . . 'l'ousl1-tl curls, hright eyed Toll know he-r hy her smile l,oxer of colorful clothes . . . lfasily slllilvs when hoys appear Fings, flant-1-s, romances. Glu- ffluh fl, rig ffhrislmas llroj- ects l. 2, fi, l llonu-room Chair- man 2. MANUEL JOAQUIM BORGES Master of the coin collectors . . . Import from Portugal-friendly Gazer of constellations . . . Happy-go-lucky adroit gymnast Thoughtful Spanish student . . . Yearns for Electronics career. Trackg Footballg Gymnastics. LORRAINE EMILY BORGHESI Generates geniality, goodness . . . Expects to major in Psychology Natural . . . ingenuous . . . humorous Ingenuity sparkles within her Avid Flyer enthusiast . . . Lorrv Laughter and fun are by-words. 4 Biography and Verse Committee 4g Decoration Committee for Jun- ior Prom 3g Usherette, Student Council Dance 33 Refreshment Committee for Junior Record Hop 3g Christmas Projects. "lsr:-imls, is damlrulf you it pro 1 CECILE MARIE BOLICHER Diligent future homemaker Accommodating way, reserved Instinctive quiet friendliness Nimlilc fingers with a needle Threading her way to marriage Youthful ways-on the go. Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Proj- ects I, 2. FRANCES MURAINE BOWLER Reads today, writes tomorrow Undertaking the Art . . . Separate entity . . . red hair Troubles? . . . "Dear Frannicu Inherent wholesomeness . . . Casual, caustic, creative wit. Feature Editor, "Student Crier", Biography and Verse Committee, Jmitcs tt. v Leg-gsggi, BIiAl'llllWAl'lilz Sensible . . . retiring . . . amiahlf- 'C , Enthusiastic pigsltin ln-arvr . . . " htel A' V Casual, courteous, conscientious 'J Union of ltrains and ltrawn . . . 'ii 1 Ranges over scholastic fi-'ids C ' Eager for engineering, scienr-1-. Qi' l Ftmttalt 1, 2. A11 tilts.-init 2, 3, " ' l Science Fair 2, Candy Salt- l, 2, 'H - 3 11, 5 . , . LORRAIIYE SUSAN BRESNER Rapid, accelerated typist . . Eager to please all . . . Lorry Graceful, generous, genial . . . A treasured picture of Blinstrulfs Lively ways . . . long live fun Elegance is always in style. Business and Advertising Staff of "Student Crier" and Philomathg 17" 'Vs Tennis 3, 43 Drama Club 3, 4g Senior Play 4, Assistant Editor Philomath 4. 1' Typist for Student Crier 3: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Projects 1. KENNETH ARTHUR BRIGGS ,lack of all trades . . . fence-maker Easy-going nature . . . dependable Searches the halls for outlaws Today is what matters Briggsy Especially attracted to girls. Rides with the Waushakum gang. Marshal 45 Hockey 43 Ilshering committee for .lunior Prom 3: Decorating committee for junior Prom 3, Christmas Projects I. 2, 3, 4. JIIDI IH ANN BRICIIT ottry traditionally htautitul Optimistic and "Bright" mind tntually a Bttlogy Itdllltl Tricd and true friend . . . spirit Intmcrscd in school activities Cltarcoal sketches and memories. 3 ...I nhl' " A Capt-lla 2. 3, -I: Student Crier 1 J, 5, 41 lrom Lommittcc .11 Drama Cluh 3: lfrcnclt Clulw 4 . Nl' ROBERT F. BRONZETTI Cuts his capers on the ice . . . Always on the lookout for Parties, parties, music, fun . . . Enjoyment is his specialty . . . Ronny or Bobby? The S64 Question Saunters through difficulties. Hockey 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Christmas Projects 2, 3: Candy Sale2,3. RONALD ANTHONY BRONZETTI Baseball but never any errors Roving . . . yesterdayfs lost genius Open-minded objective thinker Ne plus ultra . . . someday . . . Zest for all sports . . . Engineering-a promising career. Baseball 2: Hockey 2, 3: Golf 1, 3: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN KEITH BRYANT Pert. pretty and proper . . . Oh, that bronze glow about her In music there is also poetry Sue . . . not only men are president Ever a search for beauty . . . Dream to pursue "The Red Ball" Student Council 2. 3. President 4: A.FS. Finalist 3: Orchestra I, 2, 3. -1: Student Crier I, 2, 3, Fea- ture Editor, Philomath 4. RICHARD H. BUCILLA Rich + track equal llerlm Elliot 'Xn ardent Yankee fan . . . Cro-s eountry and traek man lnelination towards journalism Notorious scholar and athlete fleniality and fellowship. f.ro-.s Country l, 2, 3, -1, Captain 4: 'l'raek 2, 3. 4: l'liilomatlt Sports lfvlitor 1: llasketliall lg Christmas I,fUjl"'lN l. CAROLYN CLEAVES BUNTIN English tea and crumpets . . . United kingdom summer visitor Roving nature, working creed Open ports, passports-travel Pacific, willowy, wistful . . . Epitome of propriety. Hockey and Tennis at Maiden- head Cirls' High School in Eng- land. L W' "Wow'l This is the best lollypop WALTER W. BU RC ESS .lust Known as a "Burg" . . . Often missed by a Slierborn clan Casually interested in girls . . . Undoubtedly a future Navy Man Not to be taken lightly . . . Definitely found with the boys. Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. 44 - -Q LORNA E. BURNS Merry spirited laughter Outbursts of energy and fun Delightful summer memories Eager, enthusiastic Burnsie Sweet and patient personality Topaz look . . . X-ray technician. Christmas Projecfs 1. 2, 3, 43 Gym Show 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LYLE BUSER To Bermuda and back-a summer Rakish look, renowned as Bahs Accounting is her husiness Vigor and vim on the alley Endless energy, walking talker Laugh it up, laugh it up. Clee Cluh 2, Senior Play 43 Bowling Team 3, Homeroom Chairman for Christmas Projects 3. CAROLYN JANE CAHILL Hopes to he a veterinarian Optimistic outlook on life Rihhon Winner for many events Saddle is like a second home Energetic in the out-of-doors Sincere and understanding. Band 1, 2, 3, Gym Show 3, Sparkling, refreshing, sporty. Christmas Projects l, 33 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. ELINOR DUNBAR CALVER Skiing or tennis is her sport Elin . . . the warm glow of summer Remembers the Cape, the dream Even to the picturesque barn Nouveau chic in Madras . . . Enjoys Joan Baez and Belafonte. Decorating Committee for .lunior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Correspondence Committee for .lunior Prom 3, Biography and Verse Committee 4. JOSEPH TEAGO CAMARA Willing Waushakum wanderer Hasn't time to haggle . . . Teag Excels in living, laughing Exquisite pitch partner . . . Longs to be a Marine . . . Such a potent Pontiac! Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY JEAN CAMPBELL A truer friend is hard to find. Capricious is her middle name Tiny . . . talkative and talented Interested in college, nursing .. . Versatile and vivaeious . . . Enthusiastic and capable leader. Cheerleader 4: Student Council 43 Co-Editor Biography and Verse 43 Chairman Decoration Commit- tel' Junior Prom 3: Steering Com- mittee 3, 43 Marshal 3. -T Z-, la i Ang. 'ik x r in 'J ,I i 'z , wr I'-:rn Xu l I -fs fi! i5qli"' I 'I' 'n t r E 'Nl' V I Q 1 1? Af" t E f WALTER F. CAMPBELL Dnlultf-d as Wally . . . full of fun A new addition to F.H.S .... Pri-ft-rs princesses and golf Ilrospectixe college man . . . Enjoys living a "tee" totaler Ready. willing. and able. Christmas lhoievts 43 Candy Sale 4. MARY-JANE CANELLI Laughter is her middle name . . Is looking forward to teaching Yivaeious smile and houncfiness Ever so happy with everyone Lows lvicyeling with friends You know her best as Midge. Bowling Team I, 2, 41 Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. " VIRGINIA MARIE CANESI Sleep . . . Sleep . . . Sleep . .. Egoterie lratilxs . . . hot vllocolate llot-sn't get enough vitamins pXlw'ays wears a ltlue sweatshirt Tale-nlf-tl in tht- fi:-ld of art Ecu-iitric in her laughter. Lilirary Aid 2, 3. -13 Red Cross I, 23 f.lll'lSlIIILlr l'rop-vts I, 2, 3, 43 Ifandy Sale I, 2. 3, Ll. SISIXN 'IIIISRICS-A CARTICR ll'-liglitlul personality ...Nia- l undying spirit for tln- ttnnn. l.o.lvl- of lun In ln- with . ., fhlpalvlr.1'.lpri1'ilvll-.and ente- liltft tim' smile' and ways . .. It'Ilit4'l'lllN llll'Ill1'lj of llAllblllIIl'N4. i.lIllNlIlliI- l'loi:'vI- l, 12, fl. 'IL ffanilx Nils- I, LZ. fl, lg Ilyin Show li llolnvrooni tllhlllllltlll of ll:-tl 1.11,-X 'l flute' "Little Miss" . . . llas a rollt-vtion of rwords Easily wins ht-arts by a smile flln-4-rfnl as ll sunny day . . . K1-ys fly when she types . . . 9t't'rm'tary of tllt' future. I,l't'1lfL1lillg.Z IRFIIIIIIIIICKF for .lunior l'ron1 35 Glu' flluln I, 43 Candy Yah- 2, 33 Spring Dance Enter- lainnn-nl 23 Studi-nl Crier Typist nl. 'PY "Oh, it's just another one of those Bull-headed seniors." BONNIELYNN MADELEINE CASALE Ball of fire from head to toe Only her hairdresser knows Ulease-Bonnielynnfnot split! Neatness . . . goodness .. .happiness C2-st professeur de francais Yard in height . . . big in heart. Biography and Verse Committee 4: Decorations Committee, junior Prom 3g Tennis Team 3g Man- ager 2g Gym Show I. DONNA LEE CECCARINI Dau K CAROL ANN CHAPMAN Lighthearted sportswoman Everybody out of the pool! Determination and direction Goodness is greatness . . . Pinky Eager to help others always Reliable . . . capable bookkeeper. Field Hockey l, 2g Softball 1, 2, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. CAIL BARBARA CHENEY Smile, sparkles like Burgundy Poised, pretty, pleasant . . . Often seen skiing . . . Research in medicine-a ,goal Tennis in the pool . . . You remember Gail always. Science Fair 2,3-Honorable Mens tion 2g 3rd place in Biology 3: Student Council 45 Tennis Team 3, 4, Biography and Verse Com- mittee 4, Steering Committee for .lunior Prom 3. NIA RTI I A lliA N CHLRBLCK Sweet and soplti-.tif-ated sprite Off to l.li.NI. school next year Captivating smile and nays . . Infectious personality . . . Always happy, new-r sad . . . Living the high life of fun. Red Cross Project- l, 2, fi: Christ- mas Projects l, 2, 3, 11: Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist -1-. lOll N EDWARD CHURCH Specializes in philately . . . Toujours un ami . . . lack . . Ardent disc enthusiast . . . Music to suit his every mood . . Pursues a career in teaching . . Silence, industry, and ability. Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 41 Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4. K ENNETH L. CLAPP Spending money comes easily . . . Knapsack on his back . . . Kenny lndustrious . . . kinetic kindness Intent on college hard worker. Natural mountain climber . . . Girls are an ardent pastime. Clee Club lg Decorating Commit- tee forthe Junior Prom 3. SAN DRA Nl. CIARRF Constant effusion of words . . . Adept ability to "fix" cars . . . Registry men are her best friends Efficaeious in manner . . . Enthusiastic in seeking: a job . . . Raring: to go in her Fordontatie. Clee Club 2: Candy Sale l. 2. 33 Christmas l'ro-ieets l, 2. 3, el: Cym Show l. 4.- . .'-.-t . :,..,. '.. ...J-0 7,3-fi. R . ...A . 0 - 'Q ,Tj 3.3. U -- .- ' 13 :'4. " '-N . n,-n1,',x ' - -up Ani- . , , gf' . ,Ny 1, ,ffffxfgf L Wigijz-W . A . . tax' 1, iffy iii Q .fx 5 t-, ,A 611302 ff. 1. a , at fhvf Mi' 't"f"f' ,-.',- ti ', M l' IFN , , , slit' - I amp, , it 't X 9 L,--, .. . ' ,, T r""' S? . ' yi 'J Lk wr? 'x MALCOLM WILLIAM COCHRANE Framingham fun rolled into one Rustles up a storm . . . red garter On his leg . . . one over five Leads a one man circus . . . Ideal punster . . . flash wit Cars and hockey are his joys. Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2. 3: Candy Sale I, 3, 4 ROBERT LOUIS COHAN Smiling spare time skater . . . Offers a lot to his new school Collections-coins, stamps . . . Connecticut Yankee misplaced Education quite a goal . . . Robbi runs the track rapidly. New this year. FRED E. COLE JR. Slumber is a favorite pastime Interested in Technical work Labors as a bundle boy . . . Even-tempered and easy going Never misses games . . . real sport Tall, trim and good-looking. Clee Club 2g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 43 Science Fair 4. CONS'l'ANClC JEAN COLEMAN 4fonttieveotm--late-ly . . . 5llt'IilHlIlllt', nllt' ul llll' lilsl Nt-vf'r-Never-l.4ind . . . why not? Alllllillfltls, llllli1lt'lll' actress llange'-u vocal attribute . . . X71-slrrtltly svllmrll llltllly Wrnfltl. . A , . llrqtmu f.lulr Z, .lg A Capella f.lusir ill l,llr1'4tt't Svftltw' fi, ll-Q flliri-trims l'rojerl- 2, fl, JOYCE ANNE COMOLLI Capers through life . . . Ability to skate and dance Smile that never ends . . . Unusually talkative and vibrant Airline Stewardesssflying high Letters from the seminary. Junior Red Cross I. 2, 3, Christ- mas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Football Dance Refreshment Committee I, 2, Candy Sale I, 3. TERRY ROGER CONDON Red letter smile . . . buoyant Accepts things as they come Success is where you find it Cascade of vocal acrobatics A man of cars . . . on the go Likes the girls . . . tl1at's Terry. Christmas Projects 3, 43 Candy Sale 3, 4g Football 2g Basketball I, 2g Tennis I, 2g new Junior year. ,- 'K at N. it Jw 1 .n" N H if L., ,- The Cheerleaders relax. ? BERNARD MONTGOMERY CONRAD ,Iaunts about town Unrelenting money maker Never caught sleeping Keen interest in cars Early bird gets the worm Terror behind the wheel. Christmas Projects 3, 43 Candy Sale 3, 4. CLAYTON WILLIAM COOPER Man of HCooper"ation . . . Offers orchestra his talents Tentative plans for college Originally from Marlboro Repairing boats his forte Silent Reticent-friendly smile Band 4, Orchestra 43 Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 3. BARBARA EDITH CORNARO Neat and petite: . . . nice to know Oh, when is that snow coming? Verve, vigor and vitality . . . Ever loyal to the Flyers . . . Laughing and talking always . . Sincere, sociable, and studious. Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Clf-e Club 4, Senior Play 4, Spanish Club 2. CYNTHIA LOUISE CORNING Plans to be a nurse someday Rides a sunbeam . . . Often called Cindy . . . many pals Sports cars spell fun . . . Enjoyable . . . energetic . . . engaging Ready and anxious to be gay Drama Club 33 Gym Show Ig Bowling Team 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD JOSEPH COSTA Amusing wit and zany humor Ready for commercial art Talkative . . . social gadabout Imagination enough for two Smiles as easily as he draws Takes pride in being Italian. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Marshal 4, Decorating Committee for the Junior Prom 3g Science 2. WILLIAM COUCHLIN Happy-go-lucky clown Especially good in ltockey Cautious second baseman Typical boy-out for fun Oh those good times Radiates friendliness . . . smiley. RALPH OLIVER CROCKFORD Dozens of eseapades. . .IJFOIH-g0t?I' A man on the go ...lover of life Rarely sad . . . happy disposition Intent on husiness college . . . Never a dull moment . . . night owl Great comical wit . . . personality. Rasa-hall 2: Raskethall Ig Christ- mas Projects 2. 4: Candy Sale 1. SAN DRA JEAN CLIBBIN Blonde, houney bundle of life Lazy little smile, low giggles Inveterate and easy talker Tomorrow's Aledieal Secretary Has symptoms of sueeessfulness Easy-going, fair haired lass. Clee Cluh 3. 4: Candy Sale I, 22 Christmas Projects I, 2. 3, 4. RICHARD A. ITAMOUR Loves to drive . . . lots of laughs Iinselfish . . . lJ'Amour d'merrier Steady . . . unaffected . . . sincere On the way to teehnieal sehool Riek . . . rates well with everyone Yes, eat, drink and be merry. Science Fair 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, sl: Chri-tmas Projeets I. 2, 3, 1. BARRY VIXCIiN'l' IJAINII-ILS ln the Yana, Alefiotvlyis foil 5lHl'-l'l, plaloniw' p1IlIl1'gI'LlIlilIt'S I,oxf'.tlI.zit'vsitl1 :ln-II.1rousel, Aish- running. "lley, Apprenliee' X'-w wrinkle- in a slarles- moon illlkllll vvorltl l.lllIllN. illellagerie. Senior l'l.uy -lg llrama Llulm .l, -I: lhoprapliy and M-is-e l,oninul- tev lg llrama li--lixal fl: ffatuly Nile fi. I. CHARLES WILLIAM DAVIS Vocularity in his wittieisms Offhanded affections to all . . . Sleepy-eyed gaze . . . "Butch" Has business mind and outlook Enjoys driving and guns. . . Ready to laugh and joke. Christmas Projects 3, 4g Candy Sale 4. ' 'frnvv "Now, come on, I know Y0u're down there somewhere, Miss Tait FICRN ALICIA DAVIS Art in eommeretal amlvertisements llarely seen early for sehool . . Talk, talk, talk . . . U. llelrhy... lfollow through of laughter . . . llm-in-ln, 0, that George Maharis Lively eolors . . . Neat in llress. Art Festival l. 2, 3: Senior l'lay 4: l'hilomath Art Staff 43 Candy Sale l, 33 Christmas l'rojeets l, fi, 4. JAMES FREDERICK DAWSON Slow in walk, but quick in wit Intent . . . excels in academics Expects to be a college man . . Sports his forte forever . . . Takes pride in Waushakum . . . Associated with humor and fun. Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Clee Club 23 Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proj- ects 2, 3. e" T ,74"' LINDA MARY DAY Talking over tea and toast Edgell stacks . . . future tenant Aesthetics in the kitchen Philosophy psychologist . . . Ostensible ideals . . . Tasting and savoring life. Philomath Sports Editor 43 Li- brary Service Club 3, 4: Clee Club 3, 43 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Manager C-irls' Basketball Team 4. JOHN NIICHAICI. DEASY Argon is inert . . . not Ilcasy Technical profiriettcy . . . Overt wit, latent talent Mctltodical Alike . . . lnfcctiously amusing . . . ClIf'IUlSll'y with a l'.lI.lJ. Sf'Il'I1f'6 Fair 43 Candy Sale 2, 3 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. JOHN JOSEPH DeCOLLIBUS Responds to call of lay . . . Active motion picture producer Devoted to bookcovers Impromptu colorful debator . . . Old adage-like father, like son Sam Snead taught him all. Golf I, 2, 3, 45 Science Fair 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3. 4g Christmas Project 2, 3, 4. WESLEY H. DELANO A monkey wrench, a Can of oil and thou. Trembling not behind the wheel In your prized car, at speeds Our lenient laws allow Now known by all on Brook Street. Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2. 3, 4. KENNETH PAI'L DeLI'E Right now things are Sue-perb Adapted to fixing autos, radios May be found in Slit-rborn town Buddies of his call him Ken Likely to settle down . . . Easy-going . . . quiet . . . friendly. Senior Play 4: Candy Sale I, 33 Christmas Projects 3, 4. 1 N-'N f ,fx X-- Q fin .045-It wr ----.v .W 'WD' LORRAINE MARIE DMIARIA Cay and gabby, seldom sad . . . Amusing . . . sparkling tone Intentions . . . medical secretary Efferyescent laugh and charm Terrific typist . . . terrific gal X our wish is her command. Typist for Student Crier 3: Christ- mas Projects 2, 4, Gym Show lg Red Cross Chairman I, 2, 3, Phil- omath Ty pist 4. ILTDITH ELLEN DeMICHELE Stunning. stylish, and sweet Neyer at a loss for words Arty nonconforming air . . . Potential hairdresser . . . .Iudy Pixie-like charm . . . tall, trim Yearns for a golden band. Clee Cluh 2, 33 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES L. DeWOLFE Serious enjoyable intellect Enxigorating slii slopes . . . Always polite and kind . . . Many sunny hours in boats . . . A true friend . . .,sincerely loyal Now student. soon teacher. International Relations Club g Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3. 4. liltslllfxlill B. DIATALEVI Potential service man Interesting pastimes lieininisct-nt roughrider Actin- 1-.trdsliarlx leiide-r-ln-atrtetl rogue Esc-.ipes to funland. flhii-tinas'Projects 2, 43 Candy Nth- fi, l. I "Why yes, my side had 2052 fewer cavities." SALLY LOUISE DIMAS Frolicky-facile humor . . . Redhead?Liglits-color-action Owns tons of teddy hears . . . Twists-talks-tops on skates Has an eye for the I.B.3I. Yen for partiesffun! Clee Club 2, 33 Candy Sale 1, 2 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4 .Iunior Prom Committee 3. GERALD THOMAS DINEEN Satirical manner . . . wit, charm Pcnsiye . . . creator of many moods. Once known as the "Bull" . . . Rugged Irishman devilish eyes the .-XII-Aim-i'icaii athlete . . . Socially minded . . . Mr. Sports. Footlmall l, 2, 3, 4' Co-Captain 4: Iloekey l, 2, 3, 43 llasclmall I, 2 3, 43 Co-Captain 4: Student Coun- cil 3, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3 4. Z-x 3 ..-l ,W if -.J HERBERT K. DODGE Talented trumpet player A right to succeed . . . Herb Rollicking. frolicking joker Great fun to be with . . . Easy walk. easy friendliness To make the world beautiful. Band 1. 2: Bowling 1, 23 Christ mas Projects 2. 33 Candy Sale 1, 2. JAMES ARTHUR DOW To get to college is his aim . . Easily the best pool player . . . Always with the girl next door Sobriquet is "Dig" ,lim . . . Ever faithful to his friends Razzle dazzler on the alley. Baseball 1, 2. 4: Candy Sale 1. 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projeets l, 2 3. 4. jlflJI'l'll 5. DOW Wardrobe nf surprise- . . . Ordt-rly in rwerytltinp she doe- Hapid writer in Slenography The perfeet so-eretary . . . Helps Maureen eollerts stamps Youthful smile for all. Student Crier Typist fig l'hiloinath Typist 4g Cleo Club 2g Cliri-tina- Projeets 1, 2, 3, 4: Rt-tl ffross Chairman l, 2. JOHN DOWD Sophisticated cynieism is his Adroit ability . . . aerobatic mind Tee shots his speeialty . . . Inquisitive innovator . . . Relies upon his taetful tongue Excellent ehoiee for eollege. Golf 1, 2, 3, 43 A Capella 3, 4: Chess Club 1. 21 Clee Club lg Christmas Pro-ieets 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANNE DEANE Ready and able for college . . . Ubiquitous on the hoekey field Maintains a smile for everyone Propensity for the Cape . . . Utilizes her spare time sewing Stauneh rooter of the ieemen. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Co-eap- tain 43 Basketball 2. 3, 4: Christ- mas Projeets 1. 2. 3, 4. ALAN PETER DPRIX Aelively devoted to study' Cautious and logieal intelleet Uurivaled with a slide rule Muses about the sloek market Engineering for a seit-nee fair Naturally smart but quiet. Seiellee Fair 2. 3, 41 Merit Feltol- ar Finalist: Candy Sale 1, 31 Christmas l'rojeets l, 2. 3. -1. x Q . ft, A .J libs 9? K 'i f vt' 'Wifi .,.,yu- -ls ,f""l 4 'V' Q... I EDITH lfNlIL1li DUROSE .X ..., 'X ..., X Plus . . , Merit Sn'llt1l,11' lvst llllws . . . lri-nitro-glivi'-rin llt-r lit-.ut is tl limp of gultl lzilii- rwfsiwtiiitls 4-n tht' mwuntl Ni-w-5 i-tlitur. tullx. tullt. lallli . L . ,. . .- .-. fl'-t'ln,ii1'i1i.iii Srit-iii,-v liiir 3, 4: Nvhs lftlitwr Stuilvnt ifrii-r 41 iw- g ,i .4 mg JOSIQPII DIOCA luis hunily with ti laugh lluppx' an luvlu' and Xlx Killing un lln- road tn rLln'l't'NS l lmnius with t-le,-c'tric'it5 . . . gg Elvm't1'ivul t'Dg1l1l'l'l'1lt' will lw. """-N Sci'-rim' 1"4iir 12, 3. -1: Minh Fair i 3: Cuntly Salt- 1. 2, 3, -11 Christ- mas lliwjwts 1.2.3.1 CHARLES RAYMOND DUNCAN Spwial sujuurns with the lmys Prisoner to his Car-mschanic Rt-nsoiiiiig. sincvrv wit . . . Ifnthusiastiu spurts fun . . . Emincntly known as Chas . . . Sur-iubility is an uclmirt-cl art. 'it Lfliristinas lliwjocts 1. 2, 3, Candy Sulv 1, 2. 3. 4. BRIAN JOHN DUNN Robust and rapidpacvr . . . Optimistic oruturical hours Klan of many moods on the move Party habit has Dunnie . . . Evening Card games with Beagle Roguish dimplcd smiles. Ftmtliall 1, 2g Basketball 1, 23 Base-ball 1, 2g Refreshment Com- mittee for the Football Dance 33 Candy Sale 1: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. Q . g' 1 var JOHN NIORO-XN D1 FFH 1" 'LL' "Sill-lll1lI'Q'... A ' lhipulur zultlitiun tu lfraininglitun Olin-n swn with the lmys . . . Duff livzifly l'l'ltltll'lx4 . . smmitli 4Ipe'1'41t1rr lxXl'll-,N IHIH Dl l,ONt, 1 ,als -r -JUVU' - is-. I Xl'lll'lIlQ Full Ig "'I'h41t lliuul lilllM'f always gi-ts tlu-ni." RONALD DYER Escapes for entertainment Artistic adroitness . . . ohviously Suavc, continental touch . . . Etehin an' sketchin, . . . Lean, sleek looks . . . Shall not he denied . . . anything. MIKE EATON Happy-go-lucky". . . Roving heart Unusual merrymaker. . . Mike Barrel of laughter, fun, fun Bandies around Leominster Unique . . . sleek . . . slender Behind the wheel . . . a fortune. LINIJA fL,'XYl,lC lflJXlUX5'l'fJN ll:-antilul haliy-lmllie 4-ye- lflljotsf'oll4'g1' inixvrs . . , hops Never a m1:lanr'holy inoinent Intent and llIYl'l1'I'lllI' talk:-r Cot a yen for rolleyf- lill- No favor too lmig: lor a fri:-nfl, Christmas l'rojf-1-Is I, 2, 3. 13 Candy Sale I, 2, 3. 13 Red Cro-s I, 2, 3. RICHARD DAMON EILAND . Future teacher . . . gridiron star Wm ' Loxer of solitude and silence Intelligent . . . modern minded Rick keeps the girls wondering Nix Talks his way out of anything You're a heart breaks-rl A--,, Football I, 2, 3, 43 Hockey I, 2 Student Council 2: Baseball I, 2 3, 45 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3 4. ALLAN THOMAS EHRET Chemicals and girls divert him Artistie ability a great asset Meets prohlems systematically Eminent Crier pliotograplier Ranges ably over math fields Ainiahle Al's a great friend. Q, so Photographer for the Student '-H" Crier and Philomath -13 Science Fair I, 2, 4--Honorable Mention 2-Ist prize Industrial Arts Fair 23 Candy Sale 2: Christmas Projects l. 2. 3. sl. , Ja. .IOIIY JOSEPH ENCIAR Rest-rviiiu his time for , 9 Engine meclitinies, grease god. ' tr Punster. it sharp quirk wit Old sneakers and ti livviise 5 Shorts' is his code ngnne .e'.s- .. -s -, -. X. Y! 'il' jiifx ' f ,.., , DAWN MARIE ENGLISH Ilnusual goal: dental assistant Never away from the gang . . lnquisilivefeareful eharm Questionable future-dentist Iininhibited loxe of parties Entertaining xisit-Marlboro. Decoration Committee for the Junior Prom 3: Senior Play 4: Clee Club I. 3, 4: Student Crier Typist -1-3 Christmas Projects I. DIAXNE NIARIE FAINI Baton twirling gives appetite Lltimate goals-junior eollege Branded Di by all her friends Business for the phone company Likes fl friendship ring . . . Youthful and ambitious. Majorette 2, 3: Clee Club 4: Christmas Projects 2. 3, 43 Candy Sale 2. 3, 43 Cym'Show 2. JLNE-MARY FINLAY Smaller than small . . . elf-like Untiring party-goer . . . s0Ciall Boasts of many pen pals . . . Talented in numerous fields Lasting possession-organ . . . Eminates kindness and gentility. Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. X . A15 SETH COREY FENNER Spell of the sand dunes Always in love-with tennis In and out of boats, boats Love comes but once-a day Oceans of humor-fun in the sun Red sails in the sunset. Tennis I, 2, 3, 4: Library Service 3: Football I: Candy Sale I, 3: Christmas Projeets 2, -1. NEIL I-IXIEIIY FICNNICSSEY "There, that ought to hold that head of yours on! ALAN EMIQRSON FITCH -I sailboat, a Suzy, and sun 'Z .-'Ixirlly devoted to pleasure Praetiviiig musieian . . . xI1'I'ffllIQllU'f on the hydro-plane Plans for eoll:-ge eareer l'ns.itiabla- taste for jokes Ifxer-ready flashing smile Skilllul water-skiing speeds Always known as .Nl . .. lfasy-going: flair for lixing Left bt-hind: one Rhode Island. Sltai hit bu tm r.i,,. tru' .lg laudx' Sale .lg f.llI'l'-lllltls RICHARD CUSTAF FLINK Victorious at the chessboard Individual will and resolution Kaleidoscope of talents Inherent beauty in his brush Noted sportsman3 ball, track Cratified conversationalist. Football I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I3 Track 2, 3, 4g Chess Club 2, 3: Champion 33 Math Fair 3, 4. i glut!! 2 ANN MARIE FOCARTY Snowflake sweater . . . chic Everywhere to help . . . Rated stars, the Guide Michelin Victorian charms . . . serene Expectations of nursing career Senior play, so much help. Bowling team 3, 43 Drama Club 33 Senior Play 4: Library Service Clubg Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. EILEEN ANN FORCIUNE Bubbling barner- -latent fog Heniiniseing is her pastime Energetic sportswornan . . . Entertaining violin player Zeal for teaching profess-ion Yelling always for the flyers. Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH FOISY Tall man of the hoopsters Open minded . . . artistic Willing to work . . . quiet, Bill! Engineering-enjoyable end Resolved to out-eat Amati Sentimental secret smile. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4g Bowling Team, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. JEAN MADELINE FRANCHI Favorite friend of everyone Energetic effervescent leader Sincere warmth-patience . . . Talking towards pediatrics . . . A white cap will top her curls Lazy little girl laughter. Co-chairman of Science Fair 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Student Crier Staff 2, 33 Christmas Proi- ects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. DENNIS CITY FRANKLIN This Guy aspires to beauty Easily a future Kenneth A worker and a sleeper? School books and waste basket Energetic dancing jester Southern trip, attempted drawl. Christmas Projects 33 Candy Sale 1, 2. ' MARYANX FREDERICO Accelerated. mercurial typist Dauntless. dazzling dancer Rally round the bow and arrow Objective . . . I.B.3I. school lmmediately willing to help Tennis, bowling, golfing gal. Typist 'for the Student Crier 33 .Xrehery 43 Library Service 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4: Christmas Projects 1, 2. 3. DEBBY LOU FREEDMAN Bliss with a mind of her own Often talks about a Tony . . . Dexterity at piano and dance lnoxator of styles and "do's" Sentimental for a stuffed "cat" Hair dressing, college or both. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, -1. N ROBERT E. FULLER Bobby . . . the New Yorker Everybody's good buddy A man headed for college Verity supports his kindness Easy-going, congenial, affable Runs, jumps, and throws. Vice President of junior Classg Student Council 2, 3, 43 Marshal 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. PAILA WARREN CAR DINER found-l It's Bliss Cardinia Eternal walk by l'llll'I'f'lll lake Napoleon of Nlnnor A.l'. ela-s lrnnioxalnle lllll'lll:ll'llt'l' . .. Two brothers, one racket . . llalloyu-rl lfditor-in-Ifhief. l'.1lll4If-Ill-i.lll1'l of llliilomzith 43 .Xmerienn lfielrl Si-ryiee Semi- l'lllQIllNl .51 Fluids-Ill l.rn'r Reporter ll, lg l.ilii4u'y Xiili- ll. l: llruma fluili fl, Slew-ring ffoininitlee -1. I I f iii If K 5' ll' It P "Well, we can at least try to get it fixed before Romper Room'." GEORGE U. CARNHART Lively life in Germany . . . ex- citing lntrigued by Wentworth future... Knowledge of an Army man . . . Instant Industrial Arts cabinets No news is good news . . . Centeel .. .entertaining newcomer. New this year. ROBERTA LOLISE GERMAIN Mauve . . . moody mignonette... Endless rhapsody in blue . . . Lai-onie, breezy, Blazer, stoic Oli, those Venus' flytrapsl De gustibus non est disputandum Yonder lies a concert Slzlgc. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 3, Science Fair 2, 3 - llonorablc Mention 23 Candy Sale 1, 2. n 3 'P V. ,45- ROBERT BYRON GETTYS Attracted to high voltage Model planes flying high Probable future in electronics Excellence in intelligence Reflective reader . . . Robbie Easy-going, mind of his own. Chess Club 1, 2, 35 Bowling Team 35 Christmas Projects 1, 3, Candy Sale 1. JOANNE MARGARET GHERNA Spark is the key to conversation Personified by all as silo" Impressionable sense of humor Rollicking times with the gang Impeccably dressed, rnodish Typing her way into business. Library Service Club 2, 3, 4: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER JORDAN GLADWIN May the best eavesdroppcr win Exalted member of Murrayettes Dry jokes are his trademark Last of hot trombone play:-rs Eager to be part of a faculty Yet to make a note sound flat. Biography and Verse Committee 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 A Capella 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Track 4. JAMES F. GLOVER Invades the Dairy frequently Characteristic carefree humor Engrossed in party of life Master of the rinks he surveys A real Waushakum boy! Night owl . . . a mischief maker. Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4-Co-captain 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN GOODE Capricious, carefree, canny Always seen in her green car Nicety along with nonchalance Daring, deliberate, and dainty Immense "Goode" in her heart Dozens of merry escapades. Philomath Advertising Staff 43 Usherette for Student Council Dance 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL IRVING GOODHUE Silence is more than golden Keen on outdoor sports . . . Air Force wings will be l'aul's Tempted by tires and tailpipes Extraordinary love for cars Reserved, ready, reassuring. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, -13 Red Cross 2, 3. '41 'Uni ...J if T? ws 'Q' .sql ' i ..aug.,.v 1 .1 - -1 'Q-L., 4 G DONNA MARIE CORMAN Do you take this ring? fsually seen with a blond Light, bubbling personality Cute . . . chatty . . . chipper . . Elation at its peak, buoyant The I.R.3I. machine beckons. Student Crier Typist 3g Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 44 Red Cross I, 3g Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. MARY-ALICE GOWER Cool, calm, and collected Has a flair for N.Y. fashions A taste for the finer things Resolution: degree in nursing Mischief sparkles in her eyes Sophisticated in every way. Christmas Projects I, 33 Candy Sale 2g French Club 4g Red Cross I, 2. MICHAEL GRAND Seldom spends his time idly Headed into engineering Rare photographic memory Escaped the London fog Well versed in the sciences Dollars, dollars, sense, sense. Science Fair 2, 3, 4g Chess Club I, 2, 33 Camera Club 33 Christ- mas Projects 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. RORERI C. CRAX Ilan-nous rational rt-aulcr lf-otct'i1'yct4'xtt'a1ot'rlitt.1t'y wit x'trsr-tml of arm- and words Sttgzn-it-tt-, -4-riotts, sure to succeed Hiatt-cttw Illlllll oycr ntztttcr Natural writ'-r, doctor too. Philornattlt l'l-attire Editor: Hath Club 33 Scif-:lcv l"air :il Candy Salt- Ji, lg ffltri-tmas Projects I, BRUCE RICHARD GRIFFITH Exquisite mechanical ability Nomad on the highways . . . Cimmick innovator by instinct Intuitive knack-finding parties Never slows down . . . fever pitch Energy keeps him on the move. Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4-g Red Cross I, 3. NANCY JEAN GRILLO Pancakes make-up on actors Often seen behind the scenes Lives another life in P-town Inventive personality . . . Nan Stylish poise . . . sincere charm Happiest when she is busy. Business and Advertising Staff of Philomath 3-Assistant Editor 4-g Senior Play 4g Drama Club 35 Candy Sale 33 Christmas Projects 1, 2. "Arc you sure that the Amt llrothcr at ROBERT JAMES CRINLEY Entertaining-Fireball to friends Another "Dennis the Menace" Takes life easy . . . food and fun Ideal leader Of the L'Redhooks" Natural, nimble comedian Going to he a C.P.A. someday. Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 35 Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS JOAN GROSSMAN Unique smile . . . expressive eyes Resolute worker, natural scholar Best things in life are keys A mood for every occasion . . . Never without Susan or adventure Especially sincere and thoughtful. Library Service Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, A Capella 4, Red Cross Representative, Christmas Proj- ects 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN CRYZBOSKI Promoted! executive secretary Only tranquil poise prevails Megaphone and some cheers Parties, fun and frolif: O, Emma, who's got the car? Marshals corridors and spirit. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 43 Marshal 3, 4g Student Council 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN GUCCIARDI Conventional yet the individual Arresting way wins lasting friends No favor is too big for anyone Digital dexterity-do it now Often seen on shopping sprees Reaching for elementary teaching. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4-g Clee Club 3, 4g Music Festival 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN R GUILMAIN New Hampshire was her home A pleasant outlook friendly Sunshine in her smile Dizzy Hopefully happy everlastin wit Understandin is an art 1n itself Away to Bentley success is sure New this y ear THEODORE S. CUZZETTI lt'i1iLI' . . . mt :ic . . . not kr A homt- rown Ntwton product Lucidity of thou l t . . . :inctr ' Eurneitly marked by mild manne' Nlatural singer of the fu irc Tet ' ms vhcrc hc 's H vt Newton High Schoo A Cappella T cater . rts Candy Sale Cltristnms Projects fi ns DONNA MARIE HALEY Ready. willing and able Order in the halls . . . Lt. Haley Yaudeyille in action . . . ballet Impromptu party-giver . . . Neyer alone . . . ubiquitous Girlisli pranks . . . capricious. Marshal 3. 4-Lieutenant 4: Re- freshment Committee for ,lunior Prom 33 Christmas Projects I. 2, 3. 4: Gym Show lg Candy Sale 1. CONSTANCE BI. HANLEY Cool. cordial. carefree . . . Has designs on nursing career A special shy smile . . . witty' Through the Grapevine! Talent for humorous writing Yesterdays problems . . . help! Student Crier 2. 3, 4-News Edi- tor 2, 3: Library Seryice Club 45 Glee Club 4: Gym Show 1, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. TIMOTHY KENNETH HANNA A roying eye: A roving Corvette Don Juan . . . clothes make the man , 5 Our Town . . . under stage lights ' Natural sophisticate . . . worldly 1 I I 'cg 1785. ww f3'.'Z.":v Inherent indiyidualist . . . Tim Salingefs reflective seeker. Senior I'lay sl: Candy Sale 3: Christmas Projects I, 2. 3. -1. IM N A P,-XII, IIARLENI llllotogrupliii' art at its zenith ' ' h-I,'V lliilflvn pf-rsoiiality . . . Nlr. flliyiottsly at Ita-wlmll fan . . . llillllltl, timely, picture l4ll4'l' U11 ull sliultw-r . . . 4-outing collegi- Fimlf. yourt- oil ranelirl caincral i Ilctcrinim-tl dt-sire is to please f.ompe-tent, confident of college "-uy...1s'sz' otr-ure. SANDRA RAE HARRIS Commercial Art-creative color Alluring silent smiles . . . Nebulous hint of the East Voracious artistic ambitions Avid letter writer . . . Sandi Sketching pad 'neath quiet sun. Glee Club 2: Art Festival 2, 33 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4-. "Well, maybe it is a little large for a lunch bag FRED EISON IIARRINGTON Inyiting smile . . . inyiting: ways Rt-lialile friend . . . respected lfntliusiastic liul casysgoittg on in, laam 2, 3, Landy Sale RICHARD MICHAEL HARTY Droll sense of humor . . . Into mischief and out again Vigorous, energetic sportstcr Electronics is his specialty Rascal . . . riotous . . . ram- bunctious The 1963 Rick Van Winkle. Football Ig Gymnastics 2g Hockey 4g Christmas Projects I, 2. .1 ,.......--- ve, Q '50 0 E0 I I " ' 4. I Y. DEBORAH HARVEY Accent on music and the Crier Careful, clever . . . college ahead Carries her share and more . . . Elegant . . . exceptional character Nine charms, a Prince Charming The liveliness of versatility. Class Secretary 3g Assistant Edi- tor-in-Chiel Student Crier 43 As- sistant Feature Editor 3g Student Crier Staff 2, Student Council 4: Steering Committee 4. JANE MARILYN HASS Many a time spent with Steve A pearl means lasting love Ideal as a dental hygienist Delicate, stylish, attractive Every friend a friend forever Now knighthood is in flower. Red Cross l, 2, Candy Sale l, 35 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. IAMES RANDY HAWN May be seen in a "53" MC.. Open invitation-he likes girls Resolute yet roisterous . . . Randy Ray Charles enthusiast . . . Intently bent on . . . Bentley Soaring spirit, flying car. Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 3. DENNIS HAYES Succeed, he must succeed . . . Keen wit...officelJoy...afriend Endless smile . . . pantomimes... Track man . . . high jump, high spirit Confusion . . . a one man circus Happy-go-lucky Dennis the Menace. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 .lunior Prom Committee 3. JEAN FRANCES HAYES Enthusiastic golf player Noted for her sportsmanship Estudie . . . estudic . . . estudie Ready . . . set . . . go, go, go Grateful for all favors . . . Ycarns for a career as a nurse. Field Hockey 3, 4: Softball 23 Science Fair 2: Clee Club 4: Christmas Projects 1. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CECIL HAZELTON Loyal . . . sincere . . . friendly Infeetiously amusing, always . . . Mixes well with girls and oils Nostalgia, Maryland, my Maryland Enterprising commercial artist Risihility, a strong point. Baseball I: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, -I: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. GLEN ALLEN HAZLETT Cenerosity is a must . . . calm... Astronomy mixed with boating Long, lean. clean cut, Creweut An intent, determined worker Xsrays . . . electrons . . . physicist Youthful mixture . . . quiet fun. Track 3, 4, Drama Club 43 Music Festival 3: Cross Country 4. WILLIAM PAUL HICKEY Friendly and sparkling smile Roving the world for happiness Engrossed in party life . . . Naturally happy and jovial Zealous in golf and howling Yearns for Air Force life. ISAIIIIAIIA HILL Siinpatiea . . . il lou' for all fllliltilohlila- liappint-ss . . . like a fost- IIINl'IlIIIl',..t.lIIl'IIIlX4'...K'I'1'llIIV1' hilllllp ,gmitl lllllvs . . . ltlwllllifivs l'fiil4-rlxiiniiit-nt xlklllfill Nlmle Fpgimsh Il.llIlt'llt'thlsll1'l'fl1llIIl'. f.l1riA-Xmas l'rffj4-tts l, 2. fi, ll Rt-tl Y iiflfes I, Z, 3, ll LQIIIIIN Nth- l, Z. "Where's my wife ? " ARNOLD HARRIS HIRSCH Smiling, happy, and fun-loving To the victor belongs friendship Especially shrewd numismatist Arnie-'s flying high, high, high Determined commercial pilot Yielding gladly to success. Chess Cluhg Band I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projeets I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT W. H ITCHI NS Rvliws fnytllvl' sm't't'r tILlyS . . . Eaeli smile is worth a tlioustintl lftimpetent for any opportunity Export fy-uni IAIIIQLIIIURIIIIIM' lligh New-r shall he fail himself . . . 'l'imt- In mkt- tinotht-r nap. Sow:-r and Ilaslwtluill ill Imllg IIIIRIIIIHV lligh Svliool. ani '-WFT a THOMAS BYRNE HOBIN Barnaby's his favorite name Avid interest is a Corvair Monza Notorious for his quiet humor Top man as far as sailing goes Eager for a college education Roguish smile, reliable humorist. Baseball 1g Hockey 2, 33 Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 4. DON RHODES HOLT Arresting, articulate speaker Protons, neutrons, electrons Love for cars with motors . . . Obliging and beguiling manner Mad hatter front Sherborn . . . Benign spoofer . . . witty humor. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 1, 3. JOHN B. IIOLCIITALING Cregarious . . . many friends Energetic swimmer . . . Spartan Makes his ear go . . . go . . . go 7 In spring he turns to track Q Natural, winning charm . . . girls Intended aircraft tffchnivian. Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Hrwkey' 22 Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2. RICHARD PAUL HOUGHTALING Winning characterg call me Rich Agreeable and easy-going . . . Rates high with his friends Merry escapadesg car enthusiast The call of field and stream High flying goal, airline pilot. Science Fair 2 s Honorable Men- tiong Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. ALICE JEAN HOWLAND Gracious. benignant gal . . Irresistible, sparkling smile Dancing deep brown eyes . . . Generally writes to Tommy . . Explicit aim . . . secretary . . Talkative, tiny, timely typist. Student Crier Typist 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Gym Show 13 Red Cross Chairman 2. RONALD EDWARD HOWLAXD Rampant racer on the runways Olympian in athletic pursuits Cross country . . . track enthusiast Keen engineering knowledge . . . Exploits in Ashland . . . girls . . . Twisting the night away . . Sparry. Track 1, 2, 3. -lg Fot-tlmll I. 2: Cross Country 3, -lg Candy Sale I, 2, 3, -1: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3: 4. Kar' u ,f"r ff? -,, F M 9? --9 I, 2 1 J .. W X 'ir HQ: JW? ff Q 133' f,x24Qt3 .., ,0,,,,? Nl .., '. -'Q 5' A v. ' ' ' -is ' Q I 42240. ' I .diff l 1 v I f -s JA.. JOAN CLAIRE HLBERT Rapid typing ability. . . Eager to help fellow students Finis coronat opus . . . Interest in sound of music Never a spare: always a strike Entering the secretarial field. Clee Clulm I. 3: Student Crier Typist 3: Christmas Projects I, Z. 3. -1. BRENDA HLNTER Tallies high with her friends Allied with happy living . . . Lasting fun at the Totem Pole Keeps smiling all the time . . . Each new occasion-a new dress Rents her own phone booth. Archery 4, Tennis 3, Bowling 35 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. DONNA IOZZO Ad-B:C-math teacher to be Neatnc-ss is a key to heauty Ten pins, records, and skates Infinite touches of mischief Cues, curtains. comedienne Scholastic ability runs high. Senior Play 41 Drama Cluh 3, 4, Pliotography Committee for the .lunior Prom 33 Music Festival 3, 4. IJERORAII NIARCARET IRVINC Keeper ol the liamliler keys lngennons and candid ways Notnlile and striking smile Iteet-rat--r of lntnie ln-mes l.i,uht. l4ilip1l1.ilile,llvelv X on know her as "lit-4-las," llym Show 2g ffanrly Sale lg Sen- ior l'l.iv l-ln-relte lg tfhristmas llfinjl-:tsl A7 lf l .a..-,'. IUDITH JANE JACKSON ,loys that will last a lifetime A love sails the seven seas Yearns for a nursing career Juhilant, comely Juliet . . . Where Art thou, Romeo or is it Dick? Youthful spirit, dancing eyes. New this year, Clee Club 4. LOIS CATHERINE IANSE jocular . . . jovial . . . joyful... Inert grace and charms . . . Nursing to be striven for . . . Going places, watch for Cathy Leaves of autumn match her thoughts Enjoys a life of colorful leisure. Basketball I, 2g Senior Play 45 Field Hockey Ig Candy Sale 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. "Vanilla," JOHN DAVID JOHNSON Subtle New Hampshire summers Kind you can't help liking . . . Intelligence on the move . . . Pacemaker . . . perpetual joy rides Peppery, pleasantly personified Yearns to he an ingenuous en- gineer. Christmas Projects, Candy Sale. HAROLD J. JONES Jet propelled party goer Overwhelming brown eyes Native, needful nonehalance Emhlematic of life-size leisure Shy smile around girls . . . Years of enjoyment lie ahead. Football I, 2, 33 Track 2, Christ- mas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 3. DIANE LOLISE JOYCE English . . . Nlr. llottleman . . . work No end to her hairls length The cnrlle-ss f-in-le of thought lnsists on pt-rf:-vlion 1-vf-ry mln-rf: Tailor made cloths-s a la ,lowl- Youth is imlif-atiu: of a sf-arch. Student ffrier Staff 2, 3. 'lg Pie- ture Editor l'hilomath fl, Treas- urer of Drama lfluh 3. 4: Cym Show -5, 43 Christmas l,I'lll4'fflS I, 2, 3, 4, President Art Club 4. WARREN GEORGE KAXE Casual . . . capable drummer... Youthful Mr. Music Man . . . Man without a uniform . . . Bustling hurrikane . . . A valiant Valiant . . . Klurrayette Lackadaisical life with drums. Band I, 21 Christmas Projects I, 3g Candy Sale I, 2, 4. CYNTHIA KATZ Seven seas hold her interest Even watches the oven Animals, records, and rings Specialty . . . cakes and cookies Outwardly affahle and genial Note the name . . . Cindy. Glee Club 3, 4: Music Festival 3: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2. CAROL KAEFNI,-XX Deals and wheels- party goer Affable . . . alert . . . attractive Many worthwhile memories Subtle flirt in a skirt Excursions to Ilarxard mixers Looking forward to college. Gym Show Ig Christmas llroieet 7 I, 2, 33 Red Cross I. L. 3: .lunior Record llop Refreshment Commit tee 31 Seienee Fair 2. 3. 'nv - 'J C:-' ff' -QQ FD Qu ISM 437 If THOMAS DAVID KEARNS People like his quietness Enthusiastic history student Ready for riding . , . hikes . . Useful career . . . teaching Seldom found without a book Enterprising, exacting. engaging. International Relations Club: Glee Club I, 2, 4: Music Festival 1. 2, 4. JAMES CHRISTOPHER KEEFE Sagacious hockey enthusiast . . Pistons, cylinders, sparkplugs Appears in every situation . . . Rapid starting . . . quick Chevy Keeps the classes interesting Yearns to rule the world. Baseball 2: Cross Country 39 Christmas Projects-I, 3, 43 Hock- ey 3, Science Fair 2. 3. JUDITH ANNE KEEFE Laughahle. likeable, lilting Ever-dedicated to dictation Vitality is important asset Infectious giggles spell fun Talented hair teavser . . . Yesterday holds many memories. Christmas Projects I. 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2: Refreshment Committee Junior Prom and Record Hop 33 Clee Club I, 33 Cym Show I. NORMAN JOSEPH KEHOE I-'If-1-t,neat, mlelmonair flair I.aLy but likeable smile . . . A new man for the Air Force Shepard dog guards a trophy llas .1 pizza palate . . . Yaslm-nnski . . . quick base runner. Howling 21 llasm-hall 3: Christ- mas l'rojt-f-t- fi, 'lg Candy Sale l, 2. 3. 1. JOHN PHILIP KEIR Thoughtful altruist . . . John Hours of deliberate descant Easy-going evangelistic scholar Sailing 'round the Cape . . . Intense intellectual interests Sportsman and student supreme. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. l l "I am not!" BARBARA ANN KELLEY Careful, comely, friend . . . Barb Learns quickly, college hound. Enjoys her talks with Linda . . . Verve is her trademark . . . l'fstet-med for her quiet finesse Ready, willing, and able. Sei:-nee Fair 23 French Club 45 Gym Show 1. DEBORAH KELLEY Pandemonium on the loose . . . Lively dancer and party goer Unusual, unforgettable eyes . . . Candid, capricious personality Keynote to amber mischief . . . Youthful airline hostess hopes. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, ,lunior Red Cross 1. .4"""' 6- JOHN A. KELLEY Dauntless drive through life . . Engineer in the making . . . Gallant, polished gentleman . . . Reaps rewards from studying hard Ever friendly, affable manner . . . Eyes at times focus on dreams. KA'l'HI,EEN MARY KIMBALL Delightful, ds.-murc daydreamer Ice skates and water skis . . . Meticulous . . . dc-ntal technician Petite, pert, peppy . . . Kathy. Letters from California . . . Elusive and alluring smile. Marshal 43 Refreshment Commit- tee ,lunior Prom 3g Glee Club I, 3, Red Cross 2, 33 Candy Sale 1. MARGARET MARIE KINDER Catchy, crack-a-jack clown One step to every open-house Mental dynamite . . . quick wit Enviable secretarial talents Dates, captivates, animates Years of lighthearted fun ahead. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4-g Gym Show, Student Crier Typist 3g Candy Sale 1. MARY ALICE KINNARNEY Impish, little, lilliputian Naturally sociable, amiable Not daunted by future obstacles A model figure, mahogany hair Tempest-minded driver Eventually a legal secretary. Christmas Projects 3, 43 Student Crier Typist 34 Candy Sale 3. BEVERLY JEAN KLEIN Slacks, ric-rac, symposiac Elegant, emigrant Sherbonite Willing to help at all times Invitation to art . . . discernin Never stops writing letters Gourmet home economist. Science Fair 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 Junior Prom Publicity Committee Christmas Projects 3, 4. 33 Science Fair 23 Candy Sale 1, 23 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. vv QT DENNIS DAVID IQXIVTSOX Silc-nt. sturdy, and stulitl . . . Timing nf fricmIQ .ind uthnirers 1 . , IXUIIQII. iunly. .intl rugga-tl , . . Une ul tht- II1l'Il'-LI great Iris-nd iN.ivy huunwl i- rhix night msl lvridirun-lint,pftvr I,-ntliufiust. Iimrtlvull l. 2. II, fl: DLIQIXMIJQII I 2, .Ig l.IlI'lNIIll.lN l'rIqf-utr I. 2. 3 -I KIARIAN 'II ROSTER .-Kvtixity lv the spin- nl htt- Induluting sales in tht' hrvcze Rmliautly aliw . . . htm viuint Uptiniixtic futurv. hirwln-inigtry I llIlIl1t'..ll'II5II4'.LIIILI thuughtful Sitting high in thc saddle. Suit-luis Fair 4: Candy Sale I, 23 Lliiiftliitxs Prnjt-1-ts I. 2. 3, 4. LEONARD IOSEPH LANIBERTI Ilwuhh- 4,111-v uf ,Ivrry Lf-wis Ytinkw- fan all thv way New-r ut gi low fur wnrtlx .'Xliw'-fftitirv' uml humnr prmail XI.-flittitiw, rntigm-tic. intiturc Uppurtunity knuck-. Imn answe-rs. Tim-k I. 2. fi, I: NIRIINIIQII lg Ftvcr- mg fmiilriiittm- 3. -I1 II1ugrg1pI1y und Iwrw Cwriliilittt-4' I1 N-it-rice lliir I. ILIQOIIIQI-I IANIUYI' ll-III -tlffff . . . I"'1Ix'llIl'IlII kill IIlI.lIlHlI- hil, II.lpjt5 "Iif""' Iuvl-Q NHIAIIIJI II-llllllf-NI...lIN1'.Ir 'Iihw Iilw HI .4 gmrlx . , . lm-' hluf' lI.i- lIIl'1'lI IPI4'Ix4'll flrum ktlvlm Xluxi-' ix lux ps-ipwtlml pl'-gi-nina II.in1I I. LI. fi. I, II'-.ul Ilrummf-r QI, I3 IIIIII1'-ll,l I, lf. .L lg Ilym I . Fhfm I, ... lumfir I!1-li1I.-1mll1ll- tw' 'I' XIII I' I' IIXII I 'I 'I I 1 "Sure we can. Who d eier know the difference 7 DAVID GEORGE LANDNIESSER Dapper Dan Van Ht-usvn . . . Raves vars and hurscs . . A hufinws all hi, mm Wizard in the wutvr . . . Imts of fund . . . Southern style Study is thc key to IinuwleCIgC. LIITINIIIILIS Privy-cts I, 2. 3 1- lfundy Srila I, 2, 3, 43 Red Lrms I 'S J I-X N ICT ICI ,IZ .-X R ICTII IA R R A RICE M-rilx IIIUIIIIVN h.m- inwru' fun I',tIlll'NlI'l.lll with Nlimslimiixlllp Iiwly ,g.unv nn tht- 4'4llII'I4 Yinivimi-, xixicl . . . silaility I'InlIil1Ni.iNtie' ss.ilm'r-Inu-r Ilnrt-ml giml lim-tllm' IIIAIQIVIRIII. l.I1'1' l.IllIl I, 23 lit-tl l,rnsS ' ' ' ' I 2 .Ig l.IlI'lNlll1Ll'4 Irny-vie I, 2, 3 I ELEANOR MARGARET LASCARI Surprising natural wit . . . Persistently pleasant pal . . . Reading away many happy hours Intrigued with future thoughts Taste and charm, trim and tiny Egyptian Archeology is her forte. Student Crier Typist 33 Candy Sale 3g Christmas Projects 3, 4. CAROL JEAN LAWTON Variety of mischievous deeds Instantaneous optimism . . . Carol Vibrant, jocose, sanguine . . . Invariable secretarial hopes Forever smiling and happy . . . Young at heart . . . enjoys life. Senior Play 413 Advertising Staff Student Crier 4: Library Service Club 3, 4g Candy Sale. IJIANNE K. l.eCl,l'IPtC Froliesoinf-, friendly, fun-loving Radiant r-harm and smili- Immr-diate hope K1-nn:-th beckons Surety in a sunny outlook Kindness shown to all Year round sports enthusiast. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. SUSAN LEITZELL Soft organdy, whites, greens Parliamentary Drama President Rondo: sincerity . . . fun . . . life Impeccably impromptu Nom de plume . . . Mrs. Webb Give me English Minx. Drama Club 31 Acting Award 3: Drama Club President 43 Senior Play 44 Biography and Verse Committee 4g Junior Prom Pho- tography Committee 3. PAUL MICHAEL LEMERISE In and out of mischief Moving on to college Paul's a real party man inherently funny, friendly Speeds slowly behind the wheel Hint of humor in his eyes. Football I, 2: Hockey 2: Tennis 43 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL LEVAY Versatile interests. brains, wit A plaque to Mr. Mccgan Reveille Rouscr . . . trumpeter Inveterate talker . . . atomic jokes Explosive eruptions of laughter Diligcnt, competent. eloquent. Band I, 2, 3, -1-3 Science Quiz Team l. 3, 4: Roy-5' Snug D.-lv. gate 3. JANET GRACE LEVIN Entertainer in heart and hand Moving. many-faceted talent Intelligence fused to beauty Levin's laughable levity Invitation to the inauguration Envisions a teaching career. Drama Club Secretary 4: Student Crier 4: National Honor Society Secretary 3g Christmas Projects 4. ELLEN MARTHA LEVINE Flattering femme fatale Lucidity of thought Ilncomplicated outlook on life Earnest . . . efficient. . . enjoyable Next giudance counselor at F.H.S. The girl with a smart wardrobe. Philomath Picture Editor 43 Stu- dent Crier 2: Junior Prom Dec- oration Committee 3g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, -41 Science Fair 2. HOWARD LEVINE Doc Gibbs of "Our Town" Off to college, then pharmacy Candidate for success in life Track team supporter . . . Howie Order of the day . . . riotous fun Remember Eber's helper. Track Team 3, 43 Drama Club 3, 4g Senior Play -1: Christmas Proj- ects, Science Fair. JL' I Jl'I'H AN NE LEWIS The famous fingernail fiasco llt-arty ltosless ti la frartcaise I'1Xl'l'lPliUllXllly high -cores Shel language-ly loquacious l'ie-reing Iltttt- en-seemlos A mol mutt vatlletl Trtttli. liatnd l, 2, fl. -Ig Urrlteslra l, 2, 3. LINDA JANE LEWIS Rediscover . . . archeologist Energetic and eager to learn Literature, modern to ancient Intuitive, inquisitive mind Chestnut hair: classical look Shapes the debate . . . Lindy. Debating Clubg Biology Club: Glec Clubg Christmas Projects 1 2, 3. WILLIAM LORNE LIGHTBODY All the world is his Likeable, quiet, thoughtful Love of music, love of life Inherent goodness in all he does Ever on a speaking diet Serious Mass. Maritime hopeful. Cvlee Club 1, 43 Music Festival 1 4-g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. "Is Miss Lathrop still looking' GRACE LINCOLN Gentlcness and tranquility Radiant as the gem on her hand All friendship is golden Casual humor. . . love of life Especially fond of "mices" Skilled in the Business Arts. Candy Sale 1, 3, Student Crier Typist, Christmas Projects I, 3, 4g Red Cross. ROBERT BRUCE LINCOLN Intelligent outlook on life Novel hobby'of collecting guns Worthy of any good college A quiet man to have around Rates as top baseball player Did anybody hear a moose? Baseball 2, 33 Christmas Projects 1, 23 Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. ,...,t E, BEVERLY IQLISI-I l,INS'l'ElJ'l' A passion for driving l' auto Versatile with pan and ru-1-dlp Invcntive artistic ere-ations Une may hear 1-off:-f-, tea, milk Never a fear for snow or water Skates . . . skis . . . swims. llrama Club 43 Clee Club 4g Basketball 43 Christmas Projects 1,2. RICHARD RUSSELL LONG Handy with a rod and reel Ultimate goal is college Never has an idle appearance Tricky Rick . . . subtle jester Ever ready sportsman . . . Fisherman Rides with the boys . . . wheels. Football I, 2, 3g Gymnastics 1, 23 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. PETER A. LONGHI Tall, well-freckled athlete . . . An Irish sense of humor . . . College on the horizon . . . Kick-off . . . success on the return Life's just 100 green yards . . . Eager to help or entertain. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projectsg Hockey 1, 2g Red Cross 2, 3. JEAN MARIE LOW ERING Cliandler's future student . . . Ambition is the key to success jovial entrancer . . . nimble dancer Oh . . . where-'s the mailman? Lovely tousled curls . . . Eager to please and tease. Riography and Verse Committee 43 Basketball lg Gym Show l. 2: Spring Dance Entertainment I, 123 Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, -1. JAN ET LOWELL Shy . . . serene . . . salubrious Enjoys the outdoor life Secretary in a doctor's world Amiahle charm and personality Merry-go-round of activity Endless collection of records Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4: Gym Show 35 Badminton 4: Red Cross 1, 2 DONALD M. LYNCH Setting his sights on college Tolar's skillful understudy Ultraloyal . . . fighting Irish Bulldog in the backfield Battering pack of power Youthful little leprechaun Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 2g De- coration Committee of Prom 3: Marshal 33 Christmas Projects I. 2, 3. MARY NIacCARTHY Maintains a wee, crafty smile Enjoys a good time with friends Retainer of stuffed animals Ready with pencil, pad, memo Indispensable ideal . . . typist Equipped to be a secretary Clce Club 33 Music Festival 3: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. IJAVIIJ JOSEPH MACCHI Rlblljlll and ready '18 Nash On thc ice- at -1 in the morning? SUSAN LOUISE MacDONALD Sunshine smiles and seascapes Carefree as South Sea breeze Open-hearted goodness . . . Mac The lure of folk music bongos Capable corridor Commandant Her history is in the Highlands Marshal 4g A Cappella 33 Clee Club 1, 23 Christmas Projects 3. L. HEATHER CHRISTINE MacLENNAN Girl on the go . . . socially II:-und for college and I'Ullf'llIl'l:.1 Qn Skiig, ll Snowy nynlrjll l'tti-r Italian . . . Waushaluini styli- IAvt'5 haw 1, pany at the burn Sarialy hair . . . liamlsoim- air Diving an tht. pool Q . I ,luring 'l""Nl"' 'till' 'IN' lflrlllllm Everyone calls her Heath . . Ilmkkvy li 2. 3' 41' CH-Ulpmin 1: ixslgllll owl, flln-flllf-tl hunts ll-'Trl'-'I ill l"""ll'Ull I- 2- il- 'll liliri-tinas Projects 2. 31 Cym S1-if-rice Ifair 2, 3. 1' Show lg Cl'-v Cluhg Candy Sale I, .L I. MARGARET MARIE lVIacLEOD Success will spell happiness Has anyone seen my clarinet? A Bermuda holiday in snapshots Relieves tension with a book Purl one . . . knit two . . . purl one Sufficient in all exploits . . . Band 1, 2, 33 A Cappella 3, 43 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2. 'CN JOHN BRUNO MAGRI Call of the wild-Rig Bad John A dream in tool designing Rough and ready athlete Enough play-now for some work Extracurricular activities in Natick Ready with the sponge? Christmas Projects 2, 35 Candy Sale 1, 3, 4. LARRY C. MAGNANTE X marks the spot Easily heats the Chevys Ready for the final plunge X-tra power in baseball Enjoys those lively weekends Success to him in years to coma Science Fair 2, 33 Bawhall 1, 23 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 1. MAUREEN MALONEY Refreshing as a sunbeam . . . A sweet saxophonist .. . . tuneful Ready for any challenge . . . Moe Irish lass with class . . . Thoughtful, vibrant blonde . . . Young, ethereal . . . gay outlook Band 1, 2, 3, 45 A. Cappella 3, 43 Gym Show 3, 43 Junior Prom Ticket Committee 33 Usherette Senior Play 4. DAVID J. MANN Automation in meditation . . . Sun-fun at the Cape . . . Steady . . . stable . . sociable lnsists on placidness. Sharp eye for cars-et al . . . Transcends the ordinary . . . Christmas Projects 3, 43 Candy Cale 3, 4. JEANETTE P. MARCHETTI Complaisant. content, cheerful Offers her hair-dressing talent Inquisitive, intrinsic warmth... Frequently seen at Union House Faithful movie-goer . . . Enjoys living-bonne vivante . . . Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 4: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET JEAN MARINO Lovely lady . . . tropical beauty Useful talents, hairdressing hopeful Silhouette of silence . . . Peggy.. . Trinidad-an exotic birthplace.. . Real sincerity is never passe. . . Exquisite charms . . . friendly . . Bowling 1, 23 Christmas Projects 1, 3: Senior Play Usherette 4. VALERIE DIANE MAREK Mellow . . .meek . . . Magnetic Elated always . . . rose-colored world . . . Makes everyone a friend . . . Office life calls the secretary . . Initiative, Impetus, intuitive . . . Rhapsody in blue . . . Val . . . Glee Club 2, 3g Candy Sale 1, 23 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. AUDREY GAIL MARSH Flies with the greatest of ease License for the road too Interests in many fields Cirl with a quiet smile Has an ear for music Talent for being friendly Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE ELLEN MARTENSON llig heart for at little girl . . . Runahout capers at the Cape . . . Ideally cheerful . . . sincere . . . Cift of gal: . . . exuberant spirit lla-arla-rl straight for college . . . The smile-'s the thing . . . .l0... flliristmas Projects I, 2, 3, 43 Ri-al Cross 23 Candy Sala- 43 Math lfair 4. "Can the band play what!" LINDA SIGRID MARTENSON Linda-lovely . . . lithe . . . little Impishly fond of fun . . . happiness Mort will be a lab technician . . . P.F.'s answer to a President . . . In A. P. composition, the rule . . . Delighted by an island paradise. Science Fair 2, 3,-Honorable Mention 2, 3g A Cappella 3, 4g Senior Play Costume Chairman, Student Crier Photography Com- mittee 3, 4. DIANE MARIE MARTINO Mischief-maker . . . road runner Out to the parties one and all . . . Tiny talkative tyke . . . Di . . Impressive personality, Humorous Oh, those big white Caddys . . . Nothing but a "hot ticket" . . . Field Hockey 2, 35 Softball 23 Cla-e Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 1: Candy Sale 2, 3. Z PRISCILLA B. MATHESON Has marriage on her mind Owner of a white Ford . . . truck? Pearls keep her secret It's not for me to say Nothing can change her mind Goes out with the girls Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4: Red Cross I, 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE LINDA MATTHEWS Vast store of jokes . . . Joyce... Inexhaustable invate energy . . . Vibrant, articulate personality Amiable . . . affable . . . loves fun Cast the die . . . teaching . . . Etches fame in sports . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 3, 4. GERALD ANTHONY IVIAZZENGA Scientific . . . thoughtful manner The soft-spoken touch .... lerry Unique knack . . . facile talent Rip-roaring Chevy ever ready . . . Deliberate destiny . . . success . . . Yacht-going, out-going chemist Bowling 1, 2,g Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. PAUL B. lVIcARTHUR ,Iovial personality . . . laughable Oodles and oodles of fun . . . College . . . his serious goal . . . Keeper of horses . . . a good rider Extra special ice cream . . . You're a "Sunshine" man . . . Senior Play: Gym team: Candy Sale: Christmas Projects 4. LEIGH WILLIAM MCAULIFF E George and Emily of '4Our Town" Engineering, nuclear style . . . Or maybe a naval architect . . . Ready . . . aim... act! . . . Mac Gee, well what do ya know! . . . Easy energy . . . drifting . . . dreaming . . . Drama Club 3, 4: Rifle Club 4: Senior Play: Christmas Projects 3, 4. KATHLEEN ANN MCDEVITT Carefree . . . charming . . . comelg Has an Irish gleam in her eyes Elementary school teacher . . . Effervesces spirit and smiles... Rallies are her specialty . . . Sparkling eyes . . . flashing Kate Student Council 3, 4--Treasurer 4: Steering Committee 3. 4: Girls' State 3: Cheerleader 2, 3. 4: Philomatli Sports Committee -l. N-uno 22-11 CHARLOTTE CECILE NIcDONALD Silence is one of her virtues . . . Evergreens and tall trees . . . Charlie or Macky is her "name" Realizes the beauty of nature . . . Education is a prized gift . . . Treasurer of kindness . . . Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. ROBERT KEITH MQGAUGHEY Pocketful of wisecracks . . . Roguish taste for mischief . . . Aye, aye, sir, for a navy career Notorious day dreamer . . . Kindles spontaneous laughter . . . Sapience, intelligence, excellence Christmas Projects 1, 2, 33 Candy Sale 1, 35 Science Fair 2, 3. JANET HELEN MCGOWAN Ecstacy runs high in Texas . . Remember last summer . . . Radiant smile and personality Affahle, attractive, artistic Now known as Janet the Planet Talkative, talented, trim . . . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 3. NIICIIAEI, ANTHONY Nh-CRATH Va-xing Victorian Vocalist . Arrival wlority unc-lot-kahlc . . l.it4-rurily luvklvss .... lnncr-Nlongolian poet'fl . . . Sonic, 5yNl1'llllIlll', diplomatic . lfm-rg:-tic, rxcilnlnlc 1-ditor . . . 511-4-ring ffonilnitlt-rr 3, -15 Student Crier A--:slant ltflilorg Lundy Sal.- l, 2, fl. KAREN ANN McKINNON Beaming smile . . . forever humor A cottage, a lake, a folbot . . . Tidiness and elegance hand in hand Talent commanding attention . . . Impromptu sojurns on water skiis Knows a little spot called Maine Christmas Projects 1, 2, Candy Sale 1, 23 Drama Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Crier Typist 43 Biogoraphy and Verse Committee 4. ? "These family reunions et more ridiculou cxeq year EDWARD L. lVIcMANUS Ed probably invented laughter Spontaneous sojourn-Alardi Gras Prcvalcnt shirt tails . . free 'n easy Riotous repartce . . . fleet wit lndividuality is rt necessity The poor man's ,lack E. Leonard Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale l, 2, 3. 11' ANDREW C. MCNEIL A little pinch of Huck Finn, a Dash of Johnny Carson:Andy Live, love, laugh, be happy . . . Idle times are the best times . . . Baubles, bangles, and bumpers. So you want to go to college? Track 3, 4g Baseball 2, Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. f -rf' 'S'-37 1' Mv81l'eLlU-!'-W' SUSAN MARY MECIN Let no one touch her letters: Ever ready for a party Thinks of others always Tomorrow's social worker, Megie Especially fine, a brisk aide Reliable . . . capable . . . excitable Christmas Projects 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 3. 4. LORRAINE MARY MELONI Vigorous telephone converser . . . Oh, another F.H.S.-N.H.S. bond I.B.M. career lies ahead . . . Can I have a messenger please? Eager to make friends, Lorrie Diamonds sparkle in her smile . . . Library Service Club 3, 4g Girls' Clee Club 4, Bowling 3, Christ- mas Projects l, 2, 3, 4. NANCY LOUISE MERLONI Fabulous charm and personality Efficacious and pleasing ways Ready for all fun and action... Vivacious varsity sportswomen . . . Objective-dental technician . . . Rigorous rooter for the Flyers Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Crier Typist 3. EUGENE FRANK MESSANA Destiny in a dream-mechanic Immortal deep blue Plymouth . . . Sociable . . . likeable . . . notable Captain of the trackmen . . . Gino Ultimate athlete , . . courteous Sends his discus into orbit . . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4-Co-captain 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Football 45 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYNN RUTH MILLER Dogs, of the stuffed variety . . . A meditating medical secretary Now works for four M.D.'s . . . Clever at the keyboard . . . Elusive . . . pensive . . . exclusive Reserved-quiet humor prevails Clee Club 1: Student Crier Typist 4g Science Fair Typist 3: Science Fair 3. In --sr A , 'U' to? -,,--ni IC - BZ ,., za' Q"., . Q-4-s,' DAVID I. MILXER Pleasant polished puns bnique. uniform humor Never lost for friends Determined to succeed Incessant quest for fun Thom McAn, where are you? Baseball l, 2, 3: Science Fair Usher: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Dance Re- freshnR?nt Committee: Junior Prom Patrol Committee. FREDERICK P. MITCHELL Going to college in the future Unusual touch with a guitar Into countries and out again Tommy Salem uses his talent Amiable Chessman . . . impressive Real zeal behind the wheel Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 49 Candy Sale I, 3. 'f BARBARA JEAN MOE Peppy, pretty party-goer Eloquent in her convictions A gentlemen perfers a blonde Newcomer to Framingham High Unique, unruffled, unwearied Tenacious smile and'c-harm Cheerleader: Vice President 33 Prom Homecoming Committee 2. New From Minnesota ANDREW PAUL NION'I'Al,RANO V' .launts around with Charlie 'L l-1 l'rn-qtluled sport-.niun Sure, ready, reliable Trusty troubtnlmir of truth likeultle, lanky Andy I gi can always tell fillllelllhle l'rojv-ets l, 21 llueliey 2,31 fnnuly Nile l, 3, l. 'gNever mind the straws, you owe me four green stamps IVIAUREEN E. MOONEY Vast, complimentary wardrobe . . . Expressive taste . . . discerning Reading in revery . . . Moe . . . Impressive, winning smile . Tiny . . . trim . . . tailored . . . Youthful credit to all . . . Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4-g Stu- dent Crier Typist 3. 4: Clee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 3. DENISE AN N E MORGAN llelle of ller set, tres petite Ready nn-rlical secretary . . . Enjoys being with people . . . Engine knocks . . . see Denise . . . zealous do-nothing . . . ethereal Elf-like . . . at lmnmlle of fun . . . Clee Club 2, 35 Candy Sale I, 2g tilll'lellIl.lS Projeets I, 2, 3, -I. LEOLA ANN MORSE Stuffed elephant, dreamboats The thoughtful, quiet one In the word there is love Tactful, tempered, thorough Career in medical technology Hopefully happy . . . likeable Lee Crier Business and Advertising Staff 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 3, 4, Bowling 13 Archery 4. MARTHA MUDDLE Bennie's bouncing bunny Urban urchin, 's right sonny Natural guise of naivete Nostalgia down Maine way Imp .... refreshingly funny Elphic dead director, Our play .lunior Prom Refreshment Commit- tee 3g Drama Club: Tennis Team 4g Senior Playg Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. KAREN MUNCK Capricious . . . candid . . . casual Has a knack with needle Intent on a college career Pert, petite pixie . . . chipmunk Pleasantly pensive Sherhornitf: Youthful, optimistic dreamer Senior Play 43 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4g Student Crier Typist 4, Clee Club 2, 4. DOROTHY-ANNE E. MURPHY Changes with the seasons Always traveling . . . night owl Taking time out to talk Constant chatterer . . . loquacious Hopes of a medical career Youthful lover of life . . . Dottie Crier Business and Advertising Staff 43 Football Dance Refresh- ment Committee 1, 2g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3. JOHN JAMES MURPHY Genuine kindness personified . . . Eloquent quiet man . . . Murph Noticeably reticent, Thoreau-like Travels around Sherborn ponds Lifelong friend . . . likeable Essential, inward serenity . . . Track. 3, 43 A. Cappella 3, 45 Christmas Projects 1, 2. PAULA RUTH MURPHY Devoted to art . . . teaching . . . Especially creative decorator Someone's talking . . . Paula? . . . Industrious . . . friendly . . . loyal Girls' State memories . . . dreams Never quiet . . . always on the go Philomath Art Editor 4: Cappella 45 Junior Prom Decoration Com- mittee 33 Drama Club 33 Chirst- mas Projects 2, 3. SANDRA .XXX MURPHY Future gym teacher Leads the leaders . . . Sandy Youthful smiles . . . beguiles Entertains with her baton Ready to go . . . weekend fun Sprightly sportswoman Class Secretary 43 Student Coun- cil 43 Ilajorette 2, 3, 4-Head Majorette 4: Marshal 3: Field Hockey 2. 3. 4. SUZANNE MARIE NIUSGRAVE Riotous sense of Humor . . . Easy-going . . . happy . . . breezy Collector of many memories . . . Office work in her future . . . Rigorous rooter for the Flyers Daintiness with dimples . . . Suz Christmas Projects 1, 33 Bowling 33 Student Crier Typist 3. TIMOTHY LEE MUTHER Commercial career is his aim . . . Out for fun-the big ucityn? . . . Called "Mother" or is it Muther? Happy . . . Sherbornite dynamite Easy does it everyftime . . . Sure and secure in his pursuits. Clee Cluh 1' Christmas Pro'ects 1 3: Candy Sale 2, 41 ii J l FRANCIS ECCFNE NIYERS lla-kctliall und footliull fun . . . lnitiutiin- und int:-lligefm-c . . . Good fcelingrs for Iluwdy lloody Wulllmm holds many memories 1IHllllll1'l'4lllll' cars, multifold tale-nts lining SHllllt1'l'H-Hlylt' . . . Skippy lknsks-tli.tll 2: Nast-lmll fig Christ- llltla l,l'1vj4'r'l- 2. fi. BERNARD RAYMOND MYLES Honesty . . . sincerity . . . truth Open-minded seeker . . . esoteric Life without music is not life . . . Determined individualist . . . Ray Extraordinary actor, '6Our Town" Nirvana found in spontaneity . . . Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4g Senior Play 43 Student Crier Sports Editor 43 Drama Club 3. GEORGE LEON NAJARIAN Pause, observe, then conclude One to tinker with motors Never too late for a laugh Diving boards and deep water Engineering . . . a hopeful goal Reticent . . . risible . . . rational Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2. vu -A-,Q-1, "No, the Sports Illustrited it cd rt ht no RITA DORIS NATHANSON Melange of interests, music . . Accomplished equestrienne . . . Diplomat for the Peace Corps . . . Repaves the road to Israel . . An esoteric reader . . . writer . . . Sartorial excellence, fashion . . . Student Crier Staff 2, 43 A Cappel- la 33 Biography and Verse Com- mittee 43 Library Service Club 2, 43 Drama Club 3. WALTER HILARY NEAL Bowling and skating stalwart Earnestly awaiting the future Checkmate fo conventionality A '51 Ford-constant putterer Logical . . . lucidity of thought Maintains an ever even keel Christmas Projects 1, 33 Candy Sale 23 Red Cross 1. RONALD I. NEITZ Skirts, skating, and scoffing . . Knavish knight of mischief . . Anything for a Willis . . . Temperamental terror of the ice Ecstacy found in pleasure . . . Sights set on college . . . Hockey l, 2, 3, 43 Spring Dance Refreshment Committee 3g Red Cross 23 Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH ANN NEWMAN Tremendous at the typewriter . . . Debby . . . Wishing for the secretarial life . . . Irresistable, ivory tower charm . . . Remains an individual everywhere Long . . . lithe . . . lovely . . . Somewhere is true love . . . Majorette 43 Field Hockey 23 Soft- ball 33 Gym Show 1, 23 Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN MARIE NEWTON Nickname extraordinaire-Noodles Owes no one money Oh, I feel a joke coming on! Devoted to sports and cars Loves to travel . . . sure success Eats egg foo yung with Noodles Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 3. JANICE NGAU Studies with results Eats at a marvelous restaurant Cuts and sews her clothes Unusually talented . . . .lan Rather pretty and dainty Eager to please everyone Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu dent Crier 13 Senior Play 4: Candy Sale l, 2, 3. ROBERT E. NOLAN Bridging the gap with a smile . . Unbending bachelor . . . Bob . . . Fun-loving jokester . . . clown . . . EM., AAI .... always tuned up Light side is the right side . . . Optimism is his by-word . . . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross: Candy Sale 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH BRENT NOGELO Demon on the backboards Usually with Curly and Larry Never without his sneaks Knows where he is headed Easy going Joe, always confident Relies on his vast abilities Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. ' EDWARD J. NUGENT Yearns for the ice Artistic ability in printing Nothing to hold him back Keeps himself on the go Easy going character Exit ice right . . . Nuge Clee Club 13 Basketball lg Hockey 3, Cold 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. RODNEY ERNEST ODLUM Positive, pleasant personality . . Rod . . . A genuine jollity . . . optimist . . . Swims like a skate . . . on the move Soon an electronic technician . . . lnventive . . . ready with a smile Modest . . . makes many friends Track 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale l, 3, Red Cross 1. ARTHUR O'LEARY Shy . . . quiet . . . likable . . . Technical skill, his forte . . . A-26's favorite son . . . Art . . . Bombing around with the boys Lanky . . . lean . . . laconic . . . Eloquent quipper . . . laughter Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 2, 3g Candy Sale 1, 3. lust testing KAREN COLETTE GRAM Wandering thru dark corridors ln search of something vibrant Like a Roman Candle . . . Lighting up-a life burning- On a long walk in Vermont . . . Warm memory after color's gone Science Fair 2, 3, French Club 3 -Treasurer: Drama Club 3- Secretaryg Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. WS 'thy ,fi .f 1 vJ' KATHERINE O'TOOLE Accounting for the future . . . Diligent worker . . . goal in mind Master of an art . . . knitting . . . In and out-a world of books . . . Rally 'round the Isle of Erin . . . Enlightening personality . . . Cathy Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling Team 35 Candy Sale 1, 2. CAROLYN LOUISE PALMER Pretty, pleasant, poised, peace . . . Likes creating her wardrobe . . . A yen for records, "Teen World" Carol prizes her friends above all Indispensable secretary-future Delicately wamm and friendly . . . Bowling 33 Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, Red Cross. ROBERT PALMER A man on the go hockey-wise . . . Runabout party man . . . Bob . . . Obvious polish . . . refined manner Unwritten law-fun above all . . . Sociable . . . kindly . . . night hawk Evokes the jokes . . . keeps happy Hockey 3, 4, Basketball I, 2g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY ALLAN PARTNOW Far niente dolce A Partnowean Philosophy Cynical, suave, sedulous Impromptu finesse is .leff's Love makes the world go 'round Editorial leader of V.P.'s Editor-in-Chief of Philomath 4: Senior Class Vice President, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4. FRANK JOSEPH PASSAMONTE Ardent T.V. and stereo fan . . Lucky fellow when at bat . . . Betty and baseball don't mix . . . Unpleasantness not for him . . . Means to be in R.O.T.C .... Seldom find him silent . . . Pass GEORGE STEPHEN PATTERSON Radiates warmth and friendship Attic treasures, electric idle hours Digs technical jargon, too . . . Incessant smile and wit . . . On the verge-certain success Smile, Pat's here with a camera Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale l, 2, 33 Red Cross 3. 'T-R" :Q ,. ' f if RAY C. PAUL Creat balls o' fire . . . Ribbin' an' raillery . . Obstreperous onlooker . . . Offhanded outbursts of wit . . Vagabond of valor . . . Eyes to the right . . . Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Candy Sale 1. 3: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. 4. AN DREW D. PAULL Gentleman in a gay galeon . Effervescent personality, wit Natural skier . . . born sailor Thespians' star party thrower . . . lctus on school, the socials . . . Living life in a T-Bird . . . Football 13 Clee Club 23 Drama Club 3: Senior Play: Science Fair 2. RAYMOND EVERITT PECKHAM Roguish ringmaster . . . Always on the job . . . Key to fun is more fun . . . Inches and feet . . :Ray . Shrewd businessman . . . He's counting on accounting . . Band 1, 23 Brass Choir 1, 23 Red Cross: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. VICTOR A. PERRELLA Super-still' of hilwllt' Cilftlllltllu llznc wit, will travel A northern rebel . . . Vic llf-if-rmined but impulsive 0, say, do you spa-ak Spanish? hvllilfll of the Corn-ltr duct. flllfiNll111lN Proj:-cts 1, 2. 3. 'il llr.un.i fflub -1-. DANIEL EUGENE PEREIRA Likes stage, production staff. Entering a college soon . . . Never misses those games . . . Inventive man . . . industrious . . . The Marconi man . . . busy busboy Yet to obtain his goal . . . Dan Senior Play Production Staff 4: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 33 Candy Sale 1, 2. JO-ANN E. PERRY Cay, sweet and patient A true friend always Mind set on nursing future Benign smile . . . merry-maker On the go, parties and friends Lively Jo . . . typically feminine Junior Prom Decoration and Re- freshment Committee 3g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Spring Dance Usherette 33 Candy Sale 1. 'IV AWP'-A ,pjq-s':i9"4v' " ' 1.9. -on. ,039 -r 'Wlufs the nic ui who kt-cps moi tc I trampolcne-'. H ELAINE FLORENCE PEZZONI Fosterer of school spirit . . . Emotion is eternal . . . so is love An artist of rationalization . . . Lovahle personality . . . naive wit Tender-hearted teenager . . . nurse Yes, up one day down the next. Cheerleader 3, 4g' Junior Prom Gift Committee Chairmang Junior Prom Decoration Committee 33 Football Dance Usherette 3, 4g Biography and Verse Committee 4. WILLIAM PAUL PHILLIPS lnstinctively continental . . . Never at a loss for merriment . . . Doubtlessly handsome . . . dashing Intrinsically co-ordinated . . . All-American athlete . . . Bill . . . Natick's nemesis . . . the sure hand Save The Children Federation 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 3, 4. DONNA JEAN PHINNEY Captivating, dedicated, quiet . . . Lovely smile is always there . . . Inherent shyness, inward warmth Noteworthy nurse of the near future Imagine! a pin and white cap . . . Collects ever-living memories . . New this year DAVID CHARLES PIERCE Likely to be anywhere-look out All he wants for Christmas . . . To be or not to he . . .college Entranced by sea, surf, and sand Noted athlete . . . alias Dave Travels on track . . . football fan Football 4, Track 4g Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN LEE PLAYER Kinetic . . . energetic . . . dynamic Ivory skin . . . quiet blue eyes True, blondes have more fun. Typing and talking do mix . . . Educational talent . . . competent Noticeably attractive pixie . . . Library Service 2, 3, 43 Gym Show 2, 33 Student Crier Typist 3g Bowling 3, 4. SUSAN ELLEN POLLACK Winsome wit, wiles. and smiles Adept knack for decorating . . . Lovliest "boy" in "Our Town" Laughable, likable, loquacious . Excels in fun and mcrriment . . . Evident success, enviable talent .lunior Prom Decorating Commit- tee 3g Library Service Club l, 2, 3: Red Cross I: Christmas Proj- ects l, 2, 3. 4: Senior Play. RICHARD EGIDIO PONTREMOLI Popularly known as "NIeatba.Il" Eager beaver . . . tireless energy Please cut the deck, somebody Pointed toward college Easy come. easy go, what me worry? Reliable. enjoyable, capable Football Dance Decoration Com- mittee 3: Basketball 1, 2g Christ- mas Projects 1. 2, 3, 4. LILIA POPOVICH Beam of life and light Remember her smile Incentive to teach Loves the sound of music Lilia-liaison of friendship Adroit . . .amiable ambassador Student Council 43 F.H.S. Ex- change Studentg Library Aide: En- tertainment Football Dance. DANIEL POTTER Destined for the Navy Relishes being with the boys Easy to be with . . . quiet and shy A Sherbornite at heart Maybe he'll drive that car? Youth will never pass him by Christmas Projects 1. 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 3, 4. WI LLI A Nl LEE POWELL Southern gentleman, Soft spoken Willie Lee . . . agile athlete . . . A pn-psoilent smile . . . dentist Novice in the North . . . friendly l'iIlll'fliliIlIIljl at-er-nt . . . t-'mon . . . Excellent Pianist . . . lots of fun lliograpliy and Verse Committee 43 Ifhrislinus Ilroji-els -13 Candy Sale -li li.iski-tlmll fi, 11. "Is it true blondes have more fun? WILLIAM LAYTON PROUT JR. Superior sportsman and student Winning ways . . . bon vivant ahead Especially sincere . . . seldom sad Diplomat . . . duty, country, honor Earnest . . . a gentleman's ideals No gray-only black and white... Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4g Stu- dent Council 4g Biography and Verse Committee 45 Junior Prom Usher. RICHARD H. PROUTY Meehanically minded . . . Objective . . . Wentworth . . . Blast off . . . prqgkster . .. Intellect under the hood . . . Lover of carefree living . . . Exciting life . . . rover . .. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Still! I, 2. 'SB 1 .AX MARTHA ELIZABETH PURINGTON Master of a P.F. gavel . . . Unrivaled poise and charm . . . Final goalg to teach abroad . . . Foreign friendg Lilia's hostess . . . Intuitive wisdom . . . Effluent personality. . . A Cappella 4g Library Service Club 3, 4g Senior Play Properties Com- mittee Chairman: Junior Prom De- coration Committee 3g National Honor Society 4. ELAINE QUITT. F.H.S has its own Cassini . .. Active: clever, cheerful Blonde Baubles . . . bangles . . . beads Refined taste for fashion . .. In her scrapbook all is secret . . . Cup and a half of charm . .. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross li Candy Sale l, 2. NORMAN CLARK RAYMOND Bachelor.. .confirmed and happ Always an eye for a chick . .. Lanky...languid ... laudable. . Drives toward college life... Universally admired... Norm.. Recreates the Armstrong trumpet Band 34 Christmas Projects 2, 3 Tennis I. HARRIET LEE READ Philosophical female... Stylish . . . sincere . . . social . . . Youth will change the world . .. Charming conscientious student Harry.. .favors her B.U. pin . .. Enthusiastic debator . . .lively . . . Red Cross I, 2, Candy Sale I, 4 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. VINCENT JAMES RENDA Esquire of fortune.. . X-cellence in scholastics . . . Casual, clever wit . . . Vin . . . Earnestly planning the future. .. Lean and lanky . . . college bound Silent.. . sincere . . . studious . . . Biography and Verse Committee 4 Y 1 v Science Fair 23 Christmas Pro- jects, Candy Sale 1, 2. CATHERINE ELIZABETH REYNOLDS Always ready to be friends . .. Soon to be medical secretary. Personality refreshingly pleasin lnnumerable phone calls, memt ri Reticent silence but an . .. Everlasting smile speaks for her. .. Senior Play 4: Cliristmns Pro jects I: Candy Sale l. 2. A I 'uf -azz? aw- 95 Q.. 555 T fi -r' 'TT' --ns fi 4-.7 FRED F. RIBOTTO Chooses to be typing mechanic Happines is his key to the future A Volkswagen is his delight... Inveterate gourmet . . . Butch... Summer waters beckon him . . . Enjoyment in relaxation . . . Christmas Projects 43 Candy Sale 4. ARTHUR B. RICE Appealing taste in sweaters . . . Terror on the streets. . . going.. . To paint the town Red... Into cars and out with girls... Red, red, red hair .... A rt.. Excels in night life... Christmas Projects 2, 3g Candy Sale I. DONALD A. RICE Amiable.. .a way with people... Man who thinks for himself. . . Army service is his ambition . . . Buick is a prized possession . . . Likes to bowl on the team . . . Enjoys jaunts to Ashland . . . Bowling 23 Christmas Projects I, 2. 3. ARTHLR CARLOS RICHARDSON Individual yet comcntional . .. Determined to he a doctor . .. Eager to please . . . a friend to all Adept athlete . . . true sportsman . .. Lautlahle leader . . . nntlcrstamling Sentimental gentleman . .. Iwnvllialll I, 2, 3, If In-cliptilltl -I1 Biography and Verse Co-editor of tht- I'hilnmath 45 A Cappella 2, 3, lg 'Track I, 2, 33 junior Prom En- tertainment lfhairman 3. J. STEPHEN RICHNER Cool capers in backyard pool Answers to the call of Steve Lazy days of doing nothing. . . i v Memories of northern lakes. . . ' I N Lots of lovely Fords . . . Q9 Year at Brewster thinning out Red Cross I, 2: Candy Sale 1, 2, 35 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, "Here we go, How to make a cake." NIARCARET ELLEN RICHARD Marriage is in her fawr . .. ' Effective and winning smile .. Longing for water-skis . . . Laughter is the he-t medicine . . . Outvgoing, personable . . . friendly Where docs her money go? . .. Christmas Projects I, 2. 3. 4: Clec tlluh 4: .Iunior Prom Refreshment Committee 33 Science Fair 2, 4: Red Cross I, 2, 3. MANUEL GREGORY RIVERA Marvelous man on the court... Author of Happy moods . .. Stevedore of wit ... Manny... Tenacious troubadour about town Earnest and energetic . . . Resolved to win everytime . . . Track Ig Clee Club lg Candy Sale lg Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LAMMERT ROBERGE Can really type up a storm... Obviously a good secretary . . . Multitude of charming gestures Even keel with Neil . . . Babs . . . Lovely, dainty, very becoming . . . Youthful, long-lasting beauty . . . Student Crier Typist 3, 4: Candy Saleg Biography and Verse Com- mittee 4-Q Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. CLIFTON EDWARD ROBINSON Elegant touch with a pipe... Prefers blondes to brunettes. . , Headed for Worcester Trade. . . Revives the days of chivalry . . . Everyone knows him as Kippy . .. Middlesex gas never surpassed. .. Band I, 33 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. JOHN ANTHONY ROCCI Wanderlust is his must... Old Master at woodworking. Rarely idle . . . busy beaver. . . The helping hand of hope. . . Humor . . . the smile.. . friendship Yes, say it with flowers. .. Christmas Projects 1, 2. 3, 4g Candy Sale 2, Red Cross 1. SUSAN S. ROCCI Kismet-hairdressing future . . .Sue Innovations, memorable, escapades Persona grata . . . pacific outlook Pageant of friendliness . . . personable . . . Indelible goodness in her heart. . . Equestrienne with indomitable spirit . . . Libraray Service 3, 43 Gym Show Ig Music Festival 25 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN FLORENCE ROLLINS Flirtatious, frilly. feminine . . . Lost in that football shirt . . . Off to college and success . . . Regularly seen with the girls. .. A love for the finer things... Lovely, likeable gamin . . . Girls Clee Club 2, -I-g Student Crier Typist 3: Christmas Proj- ects 1, 2, 33 Music Festival 2, 4. FRED DAVID ROSENBLLNI Quick-witted punster .... Lnruffled air. . . master control , . . Eloquent ham . . . HE-45 Engineering will occupy his time Nonchalant New York Nomad . .. Subtle smile. . . quiet laughter... Drama Club 3g Christmas Projects 3, 43 Candy Sale 3, 4. CHARLES ROSS Memories of Waushakum . . . bus rides . . . Always wears a smile . . . gay ways Gourmet of gastronomy . .. Never a sleepless night . . . Eventual pedagogue . . . Charlie . . . Touring . . .powder blue times... Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4 Candy Sale 1, 2. . MICHAEL A. SADOWSKY Gentle pop-show . . , Swish . . . Usually among the Stooges . .. Neyer seen without a basketball Natural born versatilities . .. Eternal sarcasm . . . Sadow . .. Rival foes . . , beware . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. PAVL MICHAEL SAl,l'l'll'NlK fllu-inistryl tough this year. Lands tln- im-tr-mol-tgists . . . Unly hunting and fishing count lllt, say your name- is Paul? . . . llnn lkvnt of l'ram1ngha1n lltgh . . . Flvvp . . . slew-p...slc1-p. . . .. .. ,. ,. Sc-if-tif-v lunr 43 flirtstmas lruj:-ct l, 2. 3. 1. RALPH STEVEN SALVATI Robust rascal-lives to tackle Allegedly one of tl1e amen". . .. Neatly dressed-nice to all.. . Golfing is an obsession.. . Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basebal 2, Golf 3, 43 Marshal 3, Junior Prom Art Committee 3. ROBERT ANTHONY SAMBUCHI Many a good man is undecided A full time gentleman... Nonchalant by nature.. . Sam . .. Not to be underestimated . . . Ever' week another a check' y . . . p y Relaxes with books. . . quiet. . . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3. Eager beaver on the gridiron . . . Riding in "Fireball's" Chevy . . . l 1 4 4 u 0- X -x. I- 'v "What tlo l do now .lv ANN MARIE SARTELL Salient . . . intent . . . competetent Philosophic silence. . . Gidge. .. Her reality is a pink mist . .. Illuminates the darkness.. . Nymph-like . . . slender. . . artful X-tra ordinary future hairdos . .. Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 3g Red Cross 3. RAYMOND J OHN SAWASH Veranda leads,to Waushakum shore . . . Offshore hunts for relaxation . . Yearns to water ski with ease... All beware of the rifleman . . . Gallant man . . . gainly gentleman Electronics is his vocation . . . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 2, 3. KENNETH GEORGE SCHURZKY Rclaxes by making merry.. . Energetic, enthusiastic, effort... Prefers driving . . . man-about-town A tinkering mechanic on a car... Inherent scholarly attitude . .. Reaching for college . . . success . .. Science Fair 3, 4g Candy Sale lg Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE S-COPA Authentically friendly and fun . . . Underestimated Chris? Never! . . . Basketball and an "F" jacket . . . Ultimate personality . . . charm . . . Reputed as talkative, fun loving Natural athletic adeptness . . . Gym Show 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID JOHN SCOTT Seldom seen without a smile... Maverick eyes for all jeune filles Optimistic nature...never say die Obviously a punster, subtle humor Tail Mend" of the line...Scotty Has all kinds of aptitudes... Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 43 Junior Prom Decoration Com- mittee 3g Biography and Verse Committee 4. JOHN SEBASTIAN Seen driving a snowball... TR-3 Likes artistic field-draftsman And Phil Hill wins again . . . Languid . . . lanky lampooncr . . Oh! I shall grant you that . .. Mountains of snow beckon him. .. Christmas Projects 1. 2, 3. 4: Bowling Team 1, 2: Art Club 3. fi FREDERICK BERNARD SEITZ Faves those "4-cent" jobs. .. Timid .. .trim ... talented... .-Xlway s "Ready Freddy" . . . Manages the baseball team... Photography enthralls him . . . Sets his "seitz" high . .. Cross Country 4: Baseball Man- ager 2. 3, -1: Camera Club 2: Candy Sale 43 Christmas Projects I 2 3 I ....,.,'. BETSY ROBERTA SELFO Earthy red Beach House light . .. Names: NIcSorley-Yana downfall Inner voice she claims is right Gerry Miro jazz for all Murky images, Eliot, her style... An abstract color. . . a smile . . . Biography and Verse Editor 4, A Cappella 3, 43 Library Service Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 43 Science Fair 2, 3. JUNE A. SILVER Deep dimples, alluring smiles... Exuberantly alive... punster Lingo literate, English forte . . . Invaluable summers in Maine . .. Trouble on water skis . .. Earnest endeavor-U. of Mass .... Biography and Verse 4, Drama Club 3, 43 Science Fair: Senior Play 4: Clee Club 4. Wll,l,lANl H. SKERRITT Nuiui-uiaties . . . to eoin a phrase l'nique . . . -eientifieally inclined Nlumk the word ...quiet man... lIiey4'li'tig bixouae in Canada . . . I'iXIN'l'IN lu major in eheiuislry . .. II:-actions, ratlieals, and reagents I.IlIl'llll.lN l'flDjl'4'IN I, 2, 3, 43 Laualy Sale 3, Seienee Fair 2, 3. Lip' fa Q, I 4 if as! R .ff '- ,. V' ' rox I ii' tie? ' X' .J fi If ,1..1.6u.4:5iyj ff V ' .iff 7 J' Y , ,. jggfs M Jaffe .. 1 -2 "All this and I don't even get union wages." ALFRED M. SLECZKOWSKI Bold, battling, an' brawny . . . Always near the action . . . Director of the Dairy . .. Goin' to learn to ski . . . Expects Air Force commission . . . Roving rough rider... Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 35 Candy Sale 1. JOAN MARIE SMITH Ilirl with tht- jet blaeli hair . . . Liquid, lucid voice . . . An electric smile . . . Moclish, easual, impisb . .. Operator, number ple-ase . . . Rell is her favorite hair color lfhristiuas Projects I, 2, 3, -11 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, -13 I.ibrary St-rviee Club tl. SUSAN EVELYN SMITH Smiley, an enthusiastic smile . . . Miss majorette . . . band leader . . . Infectiously amusing with all... The times are never forgotten . . . T.W.A .... travels with the angels Yet, her vigorous vitality prevails Majorette 3, 4sBand Majorette 43 Marshal 43 Junior Prom Re- freshment Committee 33 A Cap- pella 3, 4g Student Crier Typist 3,-1. GEORGE R. SONINIER JR. Capable candidate for college . . Imbued with knowledge . . . humor abounds . .. Natural for traek . . . quiek and steady . . . Dotes on boats, summer eseapudes Expounds on the sax . . . Desmond Runner up'?fNt-ver! . .. Track l, 2. 3. 43 Cross County 3. 4g Steering Committee 3. 4: Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orebestru I. 2, 3. MARY ANNE STAICERS Handful of letters . . .Tomgirl . .. On the slopes, skiis and poles . .. Nonchalant . . . soft-spoken . .. lntellectually bent.. .industrious En francais ...vous plait . .. Drama, 'Lthe play's the thing" . .. French Club 3, 4-Vice President 3-President 4: Steering Commit- tee 4g Senior Play: .lunior Prom Decorating Committee 33 Christ- mas Projects 3, 4. SUSAN CAROLE STARUK Mountains in the winter . . . Sue Outstanding.. .impeccably dressed Darksome beauty . . . the new look Enraptured by Falmouth, summer Revery on a spree . . . carefree . . Nonpareil . . . neoteric co-ed . .. Student Crier Staff 23 Refresh- ment Committee Junior Record Hop 3: Christmas Projects Pub- licity Committee 2, 33 Music Festival 2. PATRICIA STEEN Vivacious . . . stylish . . . impish Ever-present laughter. . . happy Love on a merry-go-round . . . Uniquely well-dressed . . . Pat Roads lead to paradise. . . Everyone is her friend . . . Student Crier Typist 33 Candy Sale 33 Christmas Projects 3, 4. KAREN I. STILL Bowls a blue steak . .. Avid reader. . . stillness.. . Lover of solitude and silence . . . Lake-dweller . . . water sprite . . . Ambition . . . become a secretary Demure, dainty and docile . .. Candy Sale 1. 2: Bowling 2, 3: Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4. IUDITH L. ST. JOHN Typewriter. paper clips. memos Yearn to be ,ludy's equipment . .. Possesses personality . . . Intrinsically friendly smile... Seems to be the secetarial type Takes time out to chat a bit . .. Student Crier Typist 3: Clee Club 9. 10: Christmas Projects 10, Candy Sale 9: Basketball 9. ROBERT PARKER STROM Big man at gasoline pump... Redish flash through Sax . .. Aiming high: Aviation mechanic Wheeling and dealing in '56 Ford No seriousness in a bright, Young world full of fun . .. Candy Sale 1, 2, 33 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, fl, Red Cross 1, 3. ALAN EDWARD STRONG Sincere . . . modest . . . friendly The ideal optimist . . . Al . . . A guarantee for success . . . Notable swimming summers... Cape Cod's charm calls . . . Honors electrionics future. . . Track 1, 2, 43 Rowling 1: Candy Sale Ig Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. 4. DON NA GRACE SUAREZ Groups of young Dr. Caseys . . . And one medical secretary . .. Bubbly, bouncing, baby brother llumping along - a 1911 Ford . .. In character, Nlrs. Soarnes . . . Ergo, Ifuzzy Wuzzy was a Bayard JAMES D. SUDDATH Red Raiders-a former fan . . . A loyal I".H.S'er now his clan . . . Intent band and orchestra man . . . Dare wits, charms, sociability . . . Enviable freedom to eat, pizzas Reads avidly, Kenneth Roberts . . . Band 3, 43 Cross Country 2-Wel lesley High School: Wrestling 1 2-Wellesley High School. "Of course I like waltzes but lhex arent 'rppropriite for a Rally." MARIE CATHERINE SULLIVAN Ilarrard is of great interest , .. Excursions over the weekends .. College bound is this girl . .. Tiny, talkative traveler . . . Indelilile love for "Osgood7' . .. , , Ik 'l"'1't-: -1 Senior Play 4: Library Service in lu lu' llplllmu Iflubg Iliography and Verse Com- Clpp Club 1, 23 Gym Show I Hllllwi 'll Cllristlnas IIIIPICCI5 I, 2. Candy Sale I: Christmas Proj 3, 4: Drama Club 3. er-ts 2, 3. CARLA LEE SWANSON Argumentative country gal. . . Undecided dancing swimmer . . . Rowdy, robust, remembrances . . Of happy hours in his red car.. Rumpus on a northern lake.. . A Brewster prize, a ski parka . . . Gym Show 13 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society. DAVID L. TAFT Sharp .shooter . . . Dead eye . . . Captain of the Hoopsters . . . One of the stooges . . .Dave . . . Resolved to play it cool. . . Eight ball in the side pocket. . . Sure of his moves . . . chess champ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4: Junior Class President 3: Senior Class Treasurer 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD RUSSELL TAFT Schoolcd in the art of relaxation Endless adventures on the Cape . . . A recruit . . . college, the sr-rvice Man on the go . . . safety first A smile is his trademark . . . Don Now, where is my "F" jacket? Hockey 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projects 2, 3g Candy Sale 3. LINDA IRENE TEAL Faithful Flyer fan ...spirited Ready to do her part. . . pleasant Impeccably neat. . . feminine . . . Even-tempered, understanding . . . Nature that invites confidence . . . Dreams of becoming a nurse... Biography and Verse Committee 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Spring Dance Entertain- ment 2. MARYANN FRANCES THOMPSON Many a letter from her pen . . . A lofty ambition-social work Nota bene-Gift of Cab . . . Neoteric, energetic, Sympathetic ltinerant resident.. . her ring . . . Excitement is the spice of life.. . Clee Club 3, 43 Christmas Proj- ects 3, 4, Red Cross 3. PAUL JOHN THOMPSON Masterful "Tuba Thompson" . . . A former bandman gone football Never at a loss for words . . . Futures challenge-college . . . Undercurrent of devilishness . . . Laughs and jokes are his forte... Football 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2g Christmas Projects 1, 2. WAYNE VINCENT THORPE ,lolly . . . always a ready joke.. . Outstanding collection of puns . . . Young comedian in the making Ever-friendly, hospitable, sincere bnselfish, dependable loyalty . . . X-citing good times. . .the boys Track l: Candy Sale 1, 3g Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3. MARY MARGARET TODD Ruler of Relish Girls, Inc. . . . . And halt one, two, three, four Quietness has no definition . . . Unflinchingly optimistic, talented Excitement is never lacking. . . Toads become X-Ray technicians? Drama Club 3: Basketball 2, 3g Gym Show lg Christmas Projects 1, 2. DOREEN TOSCHES Personality plus. . . a perfect pal Lovable sense of humor . . . Entertaining to all . . . Tosc . .. An active marshallette . . . typical Simplicity is beautiful.. . Expressive actions so precious. . . Marshal 4, Biography and Verse Committee 4, ,lunior Prom Re- freshment Committee 3g Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Crier Typist 3. THOMAS G. TOWLE Villain of the diamond ...Tom A traveling man . . . sports-minded Rukish, reliable Waushakumite . . . lnborn quiet . . . the silent touch Ever in search of a car... Driving to goal-state patrol . . . liars:-lmll l, 2, 3, 45 Science Fair 23 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. NOREEN ANN TRAVERS Brisk, peppyg one-to-go walk . . Unique . . . action is her by-word Naturally happy disposition . . . Double exposure.. . frolic . . . Little packet of fulsome fun . . . Everything's coming up roses . . . Marshal 3, 4: Biography and Verse Committee 4: Business and Ad- vertising Staff 3-Student Crier District Manager 4, Football Dance Refreshment Committee 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Usher. RODNEY DANIEL TRESPACZ Tassle of '62 . . . most prized . . . A man of adventure . . . Rod . . . Sunny days, heads up, top down Summoned by call of the wild . . . Lynn . . . Letters . . . he gets letters . . . Engineering hopes in the future . . . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, Red Cross 2, 3. "Alright, wise-guy encore CAROL RAYE TRIPP Could sing her way into heaven Has anyone seen Nelly-Belle? . . . Oh, it happened in Natick . . . Retiring to a secretarial life . . . A zoo ahead-animals barred . . . Long live Friendly's employees Biography and Verse Committee 43 A Cappella 3, 43 District Choir 43 Student Crier Typist 3g Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. MAURENE C. URBINATI Twirling, typing Maurene . . . Where on earth is the mailman? lnexhaustible vim and vigor . . . Subtle wizardry . . . poignant humor Trim . . . tranquil. . . teriffic . . . Sincerity at its best . . . Moe . . . Majorette 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proj- ects 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Crier Typist 35 Philomath Typist 4g Softball 1. MARGARET CERALDINE VANDERBURCH Magic touch: rainbow smile Animated future physicist Rafliates inward happiness Carrulous golden gift of gah Intrinsic good nature . . . Exacting the most out of life Science Fair 2, 33 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4g Student Crier 3, 49 Senior Play, Clee Club 2, 3, 4. RONALD G. VENO Wit and wisdom are ageless. .. Off to the Air Force . . . Bean . . . Regards his hood with pride . . . Keeping his eyes peeled . . . Extraordinary diet-coca-cola . . Zingl . . . Reliable gentleman . . . man at the Mall . . . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, Red Cross 3. EDWARD AUSTIN VERGE Makes friends readily . . . Ed . . . Operates smoothly . . . on the Verge Versatility will last a lifetime . . . ls "the advanced science student" Not quantity, but quality . . . Generates that "special feeling." Football 1, Track lg Steering Committee 3, 4, Christmas Proj- ects 2, 3. DIANE LOUISE VINCINI Suddenly every summer . . . and smoke . . . Unsinkable Nelly-Belle . . sunrise Mornings at the lake . . .the girls My kingdom for a band-aid . . . Eat, drink, and be Friendly . . . Dee Reminicent happiness . . . the old days . . . Biography and Verses -ig Xmas Projects 1, 2. 3, 4: Candy Sale 2, 31-lb1USlC Festival 1, 2, 3. .f-Q. 'US s u fi? ii' Q53 5fiI"f?i'7f5 ,238 'fi' 'P-Lf .Q iiiyil 'l1'v ,, , 1' . 1' ,,'. fl ig X' v iii 'fjfnl 315 ,- 4.24 S? ,.,,Vn,, ,-,f' 1, -AN. SLSAN MICHELLE VODOKLYS Roistering fun . . . soiree socialite Especially sincere . . .maverick . . . Coing places with a smile . . . Annie...l1ave party, will travel Regular. . . one of the women.. . Destined Io he a teacher... A Cappella 3, 43 Clee Club 1, 2g Business and Advertising Staff 4g Christmas ,Projects 1, 2, 3. NIARIANNE THERESA WALSH Soft-spoken . . . polite. . . stylish Intent import from Worcester... Likeable sprite, quietly, attractive Kindness knows no barriers... Elegant refinement, mild-mannered Nursing claims her talents . . . Junior Prom Dance Committee 3, Secretary of Junior Classg St. Stephen High School, Worcester. JUDITH ANN WATERS Good things come from Sherborn Embodiment of genuine timidity Nostalgia, dreams become memories The sympathetic listener... Judy Lured by solitude and silence.. . Entering the future confidently . . . Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross, Candy Sale 1, 3. NANCY PARKER WATSON impressive academic abilities .. Dedicates herself to her work.. . ingenious ideas easily at hand... Optimistic toward her future... Mistress of foreign tongues . . . Swimmingf- piano eoncertos . .. l"renc'h llonor Society, Latin Club: Nashua lligh School. As deadlines draw near, another happy meeting of minds between the editors. KATHLEEN ROBERTA WATTS Lucid, captivating charmer . . . Out-going exuberance . . .likeable Vogue will use Dusty as a model Elysian . . . a delight for the eye Lifeline.. . the phone line . .. Youthful beauty . . . prom princess Student Crier Typist 3: Red Cross: Library Service Club 1, 2, 3: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. MATTHEW WEISIVIAN Aeschylus married to .lean Kerr Unleashed on the world-one Matt The welcome variety, that is . . . High on his head, a straw hat... Uur Town, his nightmare .. . Fun Resting, but reaching for stars Senior Play 4: Drama Club 3, 4a Christmas Projects 3, 4. IRENE ANN WERKOWSKI Convivial lass . . . silent overtones Rainbow of fashions . . .in vogue Elegant . . . feminine . . . demure A witty remark... a quick pun Trim little girl . . . bashful smile Emphasis on endeavor . . . eager Senior Play Publicity Committee 43 Drama Club 33 Junior Prom Photography Committee 3g Gym Show I3 Candy Sale PATRICIA LOUISE WHITCOMB The tart tang of humor... Ease and grace . . . athletic. . Naturalness in simplicity . . . Never ceases to surprise . . . Incentive. . .future interpreter So explosively quiet . . . Pat Business and Advertising Staff 43 French-Club 3, 4-3 Tennis Team 3, 43 Clee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2. DON NA JEA N WHITEHOUSE Winning her friends with a smile Happiness is a thing called Roger Indelible memories . . . happy moments . . . Timely conversationalist . . .talk introspective . . . other come first Expectations of greatness . . . nurse Gym Show lg Clee Club I3 Candy Sale 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3. KENNETH R. WICKES Taste for the finer things . . . Rustic rhetoric . . . subtle humor Unusually altruistic . . . Ken . . . Should make the T-Bird class.. The tempest undercover . . . Yields to the weaker sex. . . Christmas Projects 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 33 Red Cross. DIANE WILLIAMSON Walling to experience the new. . . Individualist by nature. . . Stately.. . serene.. .sedate . . . Demands personal freedom . . . On to a career in psychology . . . Meditative . . . philosophical . . . Di Student Crier Reporter 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Band 2, 33 Science Fair 3. NORMAND CLEMENT WILLIS Joining the ranks of Mercury . . . Ask him any geography question Undoubtedly prepared for college Norm, collection of odds and ends The relaxation of travel is his . . . Surety is the mark of leadership Bowling 33 Library Service Club 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. ,A , v 1 K Fgilgliix 7 ' i f 'ii 35 f '. 6-'+- in 4-451. Y 1 45ti'la'i?l , , ,L V' 1 1 0 1 . A ,-' sa ' Q 5-, ,. -1 v 'IX .a., . 'iiijiff MICHAEL GEORGE WING Gymnast with a quiet manner... Ace at cards and chess . .. Many a lazy green day spent . .. Bicycling. along. but happy... In one glorious lifetime from... Toddler to man at eollegefllike St-ienee Fair 2. 3: Candy Sale I. 2: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. VALERIE ANN WISNEWSKI Forever Amber, vivacious Val Ever-acting "abroad" award . . . Longing for expresso boy . . . In memory-Carousel, Rupert . . Nights with her no-name cat Entertaining enchantress . . . A Cappella 3, 4g Drama Club 3, 4-Drama Festival Award '3g Music Festival I, '2, 3, 4, C-'lee Club l, 2, 35 Candy Sale. SUSAN H. WOOD Sophistieate . . . eool . . . calm . . . Undying memories of a summer trip. .. Zeal for 1-reativity . . . artistic . . . Undertaking the challenge-teaching Knaek with people earns her friends Imagination will never grow old Philomath Art Editor 49 Clee Club I, 2, 3: .lunior Prom Decoration Committee 3g Drama Club 3. LINDA WRIGHT Note the wardrobe . . . fashionable Integrity blended with humor . .. Civil War ear 1-apt-rs . . . calamities Eelipses her own talents . . . Lin Talisman . . . a white cap . . . nurse Youth will last a lifetime . . . l,ihrary St-rviee Club 43 Biography and Verse Committee 43 ,lunior l'rom 'liieket Committee 33 Scienee l"air 2, 35 Christmas Projects I 2, 3, 1-. BRUCE VICTOR WYNNE Skiing in a summer breeze... Painter par excellence . . . Bruce Enterprising interior decorator Enviable knack for track with . . . Determination and co-ordination Young blood in a quick Chevy... Track I, 2, 31 Christmas Projects I, 2g Candy Sale 3, Red Cross. "Now that it's over.. What do I do? STANLEY JOSEPH YUREWICZ The working man's man . . . Starsh You gotta have heart. . .apron strings . . . College not his choice . . . for . . . Only the service got his vote On the go in a shiny new car? No, the '47 will have to do. LYDIA RAMONA ZAFFINO Music, the international, language Obliging, courteous, dedicated Serenity is a way of life . . . Astaire aspirant . . . hon vivant . . . Infinite zest for reading.. . Charcoal, paints ...eye for beauty Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross. ILZE ZAGARINS North winds bring snow . . . skis. . . Once upon a New Hampshire summer Relaxed . . . refined . . . respected Diving into a wave of success . . . llze-e, on the road to college . . . Cool. . . calm. . . collected chic... Clee Club 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2g Red Crossg Candy Sale 2. PAULA ANN ZONTINI Adept adenoids, the Hully Gully Long's christened her "Crow" . . . Even sleeps in hcr "property of" Cad! Who's pushing Nelly-Belle? Rehashes those summer days... Extrovert . . . reaching to teach Biography and Verse Committee 45 Field Hockey 1, 2, 4g Clee Club 23 Candy Sale 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL CYNTHIA ZUGALE Catherine Murray of F.H.S. How do you play tennis, anyway? Emissary of knowledge.. . teacher Eighty-nine per cent giggle... Registers never make mistakes... Yearns to grow two more inches Field Hockey 2, 3g Student Crier Business and Advertising Staff 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale lg Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDY MAE BENSEN Slow 'n easy . . . calmly carefree The casual touch is priceless. . . Reams of letters . . . writing . . . Optimism in her eyes . . . ,ludy . . . Look ahead . . . career woman Loves life . . . instant friendship Play productions 2, 3g German Club 3-Robbinsdale High School. FREDERICK ERNEST LaTOUR Fred ...a quiet man ...thoughtful Itinerant gallant . . . even-keel . . . Numerous aptitudes . . . diligent. . . Altruism fosters friendship . . . Looks to the outdoors . . . fishing Explicit future . . . business English Student Council, Travel Clubg Cross-Countryg Track g Future Teachers of America, Nashoba Regional High School. f ,J 'Q 'if' ff? N-.Aa ocafzbn WILLIAM BERTONE Skiing is his favorite sport... Happy when traveling about... Interested in short wave sets... Forever trying to get ahead. .. Technician is his goal in life X earning for a Corvette . .. Clee Club, 3: Christmas projects, 3: Graduation Exercise committee, 2. 3: Voc Bowling club 2. CARLTON HAROLD BUCK Foremost Sherbonite . . . Appreciates good humor . .. Remembers all the good jokes . . . Maker of many riotous remarks Earned his way to success... Rocks from top to bottom . . . Christmas committee 3. RONALD WATSON BURRILL Able to undertake hard tasks.. . Capable of many things.. . Thinks of others constantly . ,. ls always pushing ahead... On many committees ...I A ctive Nickname "Ron" . .. Cand Sale 43 Christmas projects, TERRENCE KENT DOMICO Believes in hard work . . . Radio and T.V. equipment lover Athletic in nature.. . Interested in going to college... Nick named Terry for short. . . Second honors student . . . Student Council 3, Voc bowling team 23 Science Fair 3, 43 Clee club 3. JAMES ALDON DUNHAM Has true dependability . . . Engulfed in school affairs.. . People quickly like him. . . Called "DAD" in the voc . . . Always helpful. . . understanding Technician is his goal. . . Voc marshal 43 Government Day representative 4. x 'US y , 2, 3, 43 Clec club 2, 3, 43 Marshal -13 Biography and Verse 4, Voc hot-key 4. VIAXNL GEORGE. CLEWb lla- good trade knowledge . . . 1. ray up thi latt Na-at in dn-ss and manner . .. i'iVl'I'-sCilfI'llIIlg fact Iintlvr . . . . 4- " s goal . . . master nn-1-haniv Tllfillulllflll of others . . . . J "7U"iviYlq ffnnaly salt- -11 lliogralphy .ind L'-A' I urfl Vo lmkylf '---Q 4' c"1' . W "Rand, n mouse-Y" 5 GLEN DON JOSEPH ELDRI DCE Vainglorious about his work . .. lnterested in drawing . .. Considerate of others .... Tries to succeed in everything. Opportunities will be many .... Readiness is unbeatable . .. Ford school 45 Voc Hockey 4. HENRY LEE GILSON Seems to study hard.. .student Thoughtfully plans his future... Energy personified . . . quick . .. Representative from Ashland. . . Easy to like.. .will do well.. . On stage in 'iOur Town" . . . Band 1, 2, 3g Clee Club 3, 4 Science Fair 1,' 3, 43 Senior Playi Biography and Verseg Voc howling 2, 33 Christmas Projects 3. THOMAS E. CODDARD Reliable, rarely wrong A story a day . . . the fish story Never late for a date . . . prompt Cvets to school on time . . . Exceptional hockey player . .. Really on fishing . . . rf-els . .. Clee Club 2g Christmas Project 3g Voc Bowling 2. RONALD EUGENE LaPOINTE Does not like to argue... placid Over all nice guy.. . likeable.. . Can do many things. . . versatile Interested in electronics .... Likes to be called MRon" . .. Eager to be an honor student... Marshal 4: Voc Bowling 2, 33 Christmas Projects 3. STEPHEN JOHN LEVERONE Only desire is to sleep.. . Belongs to voc bowling . .. Likes a real peach . .. Inclined to work hard . . . Given nick name of Steve Electronics, his second love... Voc Student Council 43 Christ- mas Projects 3g Voc Bowling 2. LESLIE F. LILL Seek a pleasurable time . .. Last one to ever worry . . . Erratic, hidden personality . . . Engrossed in hot rod cars . .. Passes his time idly . . . Yearning for ri Corvette . .. Clee club 2, 3, 4: Cymnastirs 1. ,.',. '4-'r WAYNE ALAN MCCARTHY tant wait to graduate . .. Red shoes are neat . . . Answers to the name of "Mac" . .. lfairness in eu-ry sport . .. Tuclafs man of tomorrow . . . Yesterday's sn1.11't-aleeli . . . Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Christmas Projects 3, 4: Candy Sale 4: Ford Tef'hnit'ul fSel1ool 4, PAUL E. NELSON Ready to go on his own... ls interested in drafting... Can make his way up... Knows what he wants... Especially fond of Chevys . .. Young and healthy . . . a man... Hockey 1: Christmas Projects 3: Clee Club 2. . CHARLES DANA ORDWAY Will do his very best. .. Ready to help others . . . Eager to learn new ways . . . Notieeable change for the be-st . .. Chanees for suceess, high . .. Has many good friends . .. Clee Club 2, 3, -1. RONALD BRUCE OSBORNE N-1-ret ol true- gem-roslty . .. l'1-n--trailing wall from at piano . . l,llu-ly In -in-1-et-rl.. . ,Xnswt-r- qllt'-llults intelligently N-wnnl bn-st ls not rmnlgll . , . llanlwrs for ll4'llll'Xl'III1'lll.. . RUSSELL HOWARD PHIPPS Dependable at all times . . . Real ball of fire... Every one calls him "Rusty Argues with the teachers .. Might be a technician . .. Sense of humor, wonderful Christmas Projects 3. 4 ra uation Committee 4. Q s . bi' Xiu "Let's see, In crt tib A PAUL EDNIEN ROBERGE Nlavliinisl "Par ext-vllt-rw Only seen in the best plan lies! disposition in vm' . . ls quiet as a elam . .. likes Snxomille territory Eu-ry word 1'ounts...prt Mlm- llnb 21 f.llI'lSllllll fi'ff"'q' THOMAS JOHN SALEM Fancy man of rock'n roll . .. A singer at best . .. Born to succeed in show-biz . . In a world of music . .. Ability well known, popular... Never misses a heat . .. Class Steering Committee 3, 4: Student Council 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 4g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Senior Playg School Dance Com- mittee 3, 4. LEONARD MARK SCHAVONE Bowling is his pastime.. . Ordinarily will not loaf. . . Makes money at Marconi's . .. Bob is his nickname . . . Electronics degree, his desire . . . Regular guy... good-tempered . .. Christmas Projects 2, 33 Crad- uation Committee 3. FRANCIS ROBERT SLOAN Has a mind of his own, think- . .. Usually on the move . .. Misses never a trick. .. Believes in thought and theory . .. Likes hunting and fishing . .. Eager to learn a trade... Senior Play 45 Gym Team 1, 2, 33 Deep Sea Fishing Team 3, 4g Drama Club 43 Voc Bowling l, 2, 3. RODERIC RAND TIMPANY Many projects underway . . . lngenuous ambition to succeed Leaves his mark behind . . . Likes winter activities. . . Eats his lunch in privacy.. . Reads many exciting novels. . . 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For your savings account . . . tor advice on any banking need . . . tor friendly service as your banking requirements grow . . . you're always welcome at Framingham Trust Company. FBAMINGHAM TRUST a Member W-SERVICE, Federal Deposit lnsur .BANK Corporation we MODERN OFFICES SERVING-FRAMINGHAM, ASHLAND, HOLLISTON, HOPKINTON AND SUDBURN - Q - 2 Complimenis of SMITTY'S RADIO CAB 24-Hour Service 875-4222 Complimen+s of N IIS Fra KARAS PHARMACY Prescripiions mingham Cenire FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 875-57ll 2 Vernon S+ree+ ai' Rfe. 9 Besi' Wishes, Class of '63 NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER Hodes LiggeH Rexall Coin-Op Laundry Nobscoi Cleaners Nobscof Home Cenier Sunshine Dairy Cobb's 5c-I0c Vinceni"s Barber Shop Kenneih Hair Sfylisfs Framingham Savings Bank Complimenfs of MACKEY MASCIARELLI JEWELERS SCHOOL OF THE DANCE 43 Hollis Sfreel' Specializing in Fine Diamonds, 290 Union Aye.. Framingham Wafclmes, and Jewelry Tel. 873-7956 Complimenls of KLEIN'S GARAGE Sl1erloorn OLympic 3-4 I4l ROBERT K. WADSWORTH TEL. 873-854I WADSWO RTH SERVICE Esiablished I892 FUNERAL HOME l08 Lincoln Sfreef lCorner of Beechl FRAMINGHAM Ask Jrhe Families We Have Served eARlNo's ELM Home APPLIANCE STORE DEPARTMENT STGRE' 'NC 62 Hollis Sireei' Music Records Framingham, Mass. Hi-Fi Radio TV JOSEPH H. STRACHMAN, Mgr. Tel 875-5969 Tel. 872-339I 873.3500 872-3500 TOMMY'S TAXI, INC. Courieous Service Cars Equipped Wiih Moforola Two-Way Radio Cor. Waverly and Concord Framingham, Mass. Complimenis of NORMAN E. JENNISON Wafchmalcer and Jeweler 8 Union Avenue Framingham Mass. THE WARDROBE 85 Concord S'I'ree+ Downiown Framingham Fea+uring Sfyles Designed for fhe Man Wifh a Flair for Living DEMARINI'S l58 Union Avenue Tel. 873-8l60 AUTOMATIC HEATING SERVICE RAY KAUFMAN 872-0426 Service lnsfallarions I8 Saxony Road ROY LITHOGRAPH CO. Offsef Prinfing CENTRE BARBER SHOP ANTHONY R. DEANGELIS ROBERT A. DEANGELIS 937 Worcesfer Sfreef Framingham Cenfer FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK Savings Accounfs Paid Up Shares Quarierly Dividends 59 Howard Sfreei' FRAMINGHAM r VERDELLl'S MARKET 8 I 8 Waverly Sfreei' Framingham Tel. 872-4385 THE VILLAGE YARN AND TWEED SHOP Headquarfers For Garland Slcirfs and Sweaiers 943 Worcesfer Road Framingham Cenfre Official Manufacfurers of FRAMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL RINGS RINGS - EMBLEMS - AWARDS PROM FAVORS LEAVENS MANUFACTURING CO. A'H'Ieboro, Massachuseifs EDGAR F. EBELING Disfrici' Manager Best Wishes to Class of I963 Gafza ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 81 ENGINEERING CCMPANY BRANCH OFFICES New Hampshire Vermon+ Connec+icuI' New YorIc BIancIIn Avenue FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Tel. 872-452 I Every+hing From Homes 'ro Hydro-EIec+ric Power CongrahdaHons Class of 1963 PERINI CORPORATION Framingham, Massacl1useHs f' "": -gig 5, , 3 .gr Q16 Ml! V T' ffl! ,Z ' xi' .- fjtu ?'1 ?Qgg5gfw,7 U EE: 2+ ff? 4 V -f ' BRIDGES HIGHWAYS BUILDINGS DAMS TUNNELS JOHN A. LYNCH Perini Corp. 1 Complimen'I's of CompIimen+s of TURNPIKE ROXBURY SUNOCO CENTER 554 Worcesfer Roacl 873-9l03 "The Gem ol Jrlme Turnpike" CAESAR'S Fabulous New MONTICELLO hs' Theafre Resfauranl' 873-7288 QUALITY CLEANSERS Comp,ime,,,s of Ffamiigifffohifffffsem DR- ARTHUR W- EWING Regular 3-Day I-Hour Service Delivery Service a+ Planf , Q FffTgTEg'3 mrs INSURANCE AGENCY I X lusulvucl Acrucv QEVUVTQTE 'NC- '4' l z Z 40 Union Avenue -ji li gl Framingham Qi A Telephone 872-1227 Read H Firsf in THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS Compleie Coverage of Your Ac+ivi+ies ComplimenTs of Bed of Luck ACVME PHILMAC PHARMACY AUTO SUPPLY co. Qxjfjigqgu iliif Complimenis of THE CENTER FOOD MART 939 Worcesfer Sfreei' Framingham Cenire, Mass. FRAMINGHAM LUMBER CO. Framingham BATES STATIONERY CO. IRVING SQUARE Headqua ers or School Supplies , I 1 875-0694 CONGRATULATIONS PEERLE-QEPRESS FRAMINGI-IAM , , Music CENTER -Ziplllnjxniii, Sales - Renfals - Repai FRAMIEEHAM Music Sfudios 48 Hollis Sireei' Framingha M CompIimen+s of DE COLLIBUS RADIO 81 TELEVISION CENTER, INC. COLOR TV SPECIALISTS 597 Waverly Sfreei' Framingham, Mass. 875-5200 Besf of Luck NOBSCOT PHARMACY 877- I 000 Complimenfs of Complimenfs LUMBER CO., INC of 354 Waverly S+. A Framingham Mass. 872-3537 PROFESSIONAL Complimenfs of Devolecl Exclusively fo Your Healfh Main 5""ee+- S"e'b0"' pfeScfip+'li.ifin?fuQlif 223 22ff,il:iS's..p,,1 OLympic 3-6 I 7I 42 Union Avenue Phone 873-744I Excavaling Conlra cfor OL 5-I889 Prospeci S+. Sherborn, Mass. LUBR BOB REDDlNG'S JENNEY SERVICE A.A.A. A.L.A. BOWLERAMA lnexf fo WKOXl I 24 Air-Condifioned Lanes O Experl' Free lnslrucfion 0 Cozy Snack Bar IIO Mi. Wayie Ave. Framingham 872-36II ROY C LECNARD BUTLER Id M M W MOTOR coup. n Us rlapainsggenance Ford - Falcon - Thunderbird 543 U . A II99 Worcesfer Turnpike lR+e 9 mon ven-ue Framingham Framingham, Massachuselis TEL. 872-4355 Cong rafulalions Congra+ula+ions N N K +0 SUPPLY co. Graduafing Class DR. LEON l. LESHAY D.M.D. 759 Waverly S+. Framingham, Mass. Hardware, Painls, and Garden Supplies DAIRY QUEEN 5 I 8 Union Avenue "The Cone Wifh Jrhe Curl on Top" cAu.AGHAN's DASSONVS Gree+ing Cards and School SUPPHGS H'alian and American 937 Worcesfer Road Food GOOD LUCK, '63 875-5325 FRAMINGHAM CAR WASH, INC. Simonizing - Undercoaiing - Sfeam Cleaning 330 Waverly S+. 872-5080 Framingham, Mass. WELLWORTH CAFETERIA CUSHING CRIS1-MAN AND COFFEE SHOP POTTER x. PAINE, INC. Meei You ai We Wellworih Compleie Insurance Service 67-7I CONCORD STREET I79 UNION AVENUE. FRAMINGHAM FRAM'NG"'AM TEL. a1s4suo 2ll l The door of +he pasl' is always closing as foday reaches ou+ 'lo become romorrow. As fhe door closes upon your educalion a+ Framingham High School, we a'I' Dennison congraiulaie you upon ihe com- plefion of your sfudies. Cur hope is +ha+ fhe door of iomorrow will open 'lo a 'fufure of success and happiness. DENNISON FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK A "Full-Service" Bank FRAMINGHAM SAVINGS BANK FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS MAIN OFFICE I5 Park SIree+ 873-3556 BANKING HOURS NOBSCOT OFFICE 770 Wafer Sfreei' 877- I 600 BANKING HOURS Monday Ihru Thursday 9 A.IvI.-3 P.M. Mqnday fhru Wednesday IO A.M.-4 PM PM Friday 9 AM.-B PM. "A MUTUAL Thursday and Friday I0 A.M.-8 . Saiurday 9 A.M.-I2 Noon SAVINGS BANK" THE BREAD BASKET THE I5I Cochifuaie Rd. Framingham, Mass. 373-9445 Records - Phonographs AI' PWCIUCIS . Shoppers World Baked Daily on Premises Lower Level 872-0309 Complimenfs of BEST OF LUCK GEORGE HOWARD, ALPEN'S Junior and Misses Apparel Framingham's Only Downiown Bosfon Posi' Rd. Decorafive F'amI"'9I"am WaYIanCi-' Wallpaper and Painf Sfore ARCADE DRUG COMPANY FRANK FAIR, Reg. Ph. I49 Concord SIreeI' Congrafulafions I'o Ihe Graduafes MAMMOTH MART FREE DELIVERY INear Dennison CrossingI Framingham Mass. Where Fashion and Price Meef Telephone 873-3654 W. F. WOOD Complimenfs of J. J. O'LEARY, M.D. U. V. BONANNO, M.D. ENGINEERING CORP Precision MeI'aI Fabricarion I23 Washingfon SI'ree'I' HoIIis+on GArden 9-2 I 00 Compliments of THE B. 81 W. LINES FRAMING-HAM, MASS. Mofor Coach Service THE HOUSE OF GLASS Giffs for All Occasions 248 Worces'rer Road FRAMINGHAM AVERY MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. 74 Franklin S+., Framingham Specialisfs in Manufacfuring and Remalcing Maffresses. ows, Box Springs, Furnifure, Upholsiering Slipcovers and Draperies Tel. 875-4576 . . . The Fines+ in Dresses . . . The Besl' in Spor'rswear . . . The Nices+ in FormalqWear . FREDDIE NELSON TRUCKING Wa+er S+ree'l' R+e. 9 Soufh Na'I'iclc FRAMINGHAM CENTER OL 3-7375 Complimenfs of CAVAGNI'S BAKERY BURKE AND COFFEE SHOP PHONE YOUR ORDERS 872-3088 594 Waverly S+., Framingham BATTERY SERVICE 802 Worces+er Road Framingham Cenfer, Mass. - Specialized Repairs - SUNSHINE DAIRY SHERBORN ROAD AND NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER For Ihe Besr Ice Cream and Sandwiches COME TO THE FARM 35 Years Serving Ihe People of Framingham Complimenfs of WEBB SUPPLY CO., INC. "To the Trade Only" Complimenrs of KREMEN BEAUTY SHOPPE 65 Concord S+. Framingham "HAPPY HOURS FOR SALE" JOE BROWN'S Spor'I's Goods - Hobbies Lionel Train Repair S'raI'ion 7 Kendall S+. Framingham 872-I380 SUPERIOR FLOOR and WALL COVERING Floor Tile - Wall Tile Linoleum Sales - InsI'aIlaI'ion 66 Hollis SIreeI' 872-3830 5 fl llllk annum' 'mmmmmuf fl KERWIN'S SHOE STORES Framingham and Naliclr Sfride RiI'e Shoes 'For Children Complimenrs of ROUND-UP MARKET . . . GOOD LUCK. SENIORS For Ihe Besf in Food and Pizza VisiI' 'rhe UNION HOUSE, INC. 672 Waverly S'rree+ Framingham, Mass. TEL. 873-9237 873-8200 873-7I62 Complimen+s of SAXONVI LLE COAL COMPANY Besf of Luclc Io I'he Class of I963 TWIN MAPLE FARM l2l Meadow Slreei' Saxonville, Mass., 872-3854 "Brings Ihe farm Io your doorsiepn Complimenfs of WHITE HARDWARE CO., INC 36 Hollis Sfreel' Framingham When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting for you. You'll love the friendly new people you meet. And you'll like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for advancement and the many additional benefits that make working for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training program which you can enter without any previous job experience. Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you when and where to apply. 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