Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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His inspirational guidance as a teacher and enthusiasm as Assistant Athletic Director of Framingham South High School will always be appreciated. yn ppreczdfzbn MARY MCDUFFIE To Mrs. Mary McDuttie, our class advisor, we express our sincere appreciation tor her countless hours of dedicated interest and guidance in helping plan the many activities of the Class of 1964. yn Wecoynzfzon 1--af PRISCILLA MARCH ARTHUR ROSS The Class of T964 graTefully recognizes The TalenTs and dedicaTion of Miss Pris- cilla E. March and Mr. Arthur L. Ross who reTired aT The close of our iunior year. Miss March, who was The head of The English DeparTmenT, wa s insTrumenTal in organizing The presenT curriculum. She had devoTed sevenTeen years of her Teaching life To The high school sTudenTs of Framingham. Mr. Ross, who served as The head of The Business DeparTmenT, dedicaTed Thiriy- six years To The Task of Teaching business skills To The youTh of Framingham and placing Them in iobs in The communiiy. We feel honored To have known These Two fine Teachers, and we wish Them many years of happiness To come. .,,,,.,,9,g-1108911 lg A P -4 5 P. Ag , w. 15181 go fge PRINCI PAl.'S MESSAGE The Class of 1964 has the distinction of being the first to graduate from Framingham South High School, a very old school with a most distinguished record, formerly known as Framingham High School. This class is also the first to experience normal single-session op- erations after three years of various forms of double sessions. lt is also the first class to lose a large per- centage of its members at the end of the junior year by their transfer to a new and second public high school in this community, the Framingham North High School. Despite the many difficulties and problems experi- enced by the Class of 1964, it has attained high schol- astic standards, established good athletic records and participated successfully in extracurricular activities. We are confident that many more "firsts" will be attained by the members of the Class of i964 during their life- times. On your graduation day your parents must be proud of the many fine and desirable changes that have taken place in your personality, knowledge, and thinking since entering this school in l96O. lt is our hope that we have made some small con- tribution toward your future success, well-being, and happiness. ln the years to come we expect our pleasure will increase as we learn of your worthy accomplish- ments. You are about to enter a new phase of your life. Whether you enter the world of work immediately or attend an institution of higher learning in preparation for your work, you are about to encounter a need for further changes. More work will be expected of you with less time available for recreational activities. Many will encounter the new experience of being entirely away from home. You must select new, wholesome, and worthwhile friends in a new environment. lt will be necessary to develop self-discipline and self-reliance to a degree never before anticipated. We, your teachers, are confident that you will meet these challenges with determination and success. Live to be a credit to your parents, your school, and your community, and you will be a credit to yourself. Mya 9. jess 0 196-4 PRESlDENT'S MESSAGE I am deeply honored to be the first president of a senior class to graduate from Framingham South High School. Due to the rapid growth of the town of Fram- ingham there are two new schools. This separation promises to produce a friendly scholastic and athletic rivalry which could well surpass the Natick-Framingham one. The years l96O-T96-4 have left us with numerous memories which will be with us all our lives. We won't forget the amazing variety of school sessions which marked our four years here. In a sense our class proved that learning is possible under all kinds of conditions. The lessons we learned in the classroom, in extracur- ricular organizations, and in athletics will serve us well in our future. Perhaps the event we will most often connect with our senior year, however, was the tragic assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Fram- ingham South High School reflected the feelings of a grief- stricken world. For weeks life was almost at a stand- still as the world paid tribute to a great human being. The underclassmen of Framingham South High School have a great deal of responsibility to live up to. It is your job to set a precedent for oncoming classes. Re- member that all classes look up to the Senior Class, and the example you set reflects on their behavior in future years. Future seniors should begin early to plan their careers. Work closely with the guidance counselors in mapping your entrance to college, the business world, or the service. In closing l would like to thank my fellow students, our teachers, and Mr. Martin for the pleasant memories and fine education we have received at Framingham South High School. Most of all we are deeply indebted to our class advisor, Mrs. McDuffie, without whose help our successful senior year would not have been possible. 27 ,4 ' 'L - 4 ' r f A . . ' 'Q j . +-L . . vr7"' 1 . .,.. VV N 5 .,v....,, -gift? A jp'-.11 V' J ' ll Rx t, Q 1 , .fr 'E , ,-gf., Jeff -me If- 4 V , W . t V . N S 'R QM K 6 N Q use 5 5' 'N oi gi is Sw.: X34 s ' , H 198 s',+ T gi' :'iQL, 'F .gk F xx! 3 vp 'S J X ' 'H A X 16276: L 5 X ik... tw.. .f .w . - 4 'Q K -wa Q., " 5 . f. fin ,,. . ' ,, . vu, . 'Q-. 1 QQ '- "' ',' 'rw 8 'like' 'Q- fr Nt W- 1 31.0 I '. av ,Xe i. ,er - . .- 'rl 'lf IK- .-. Q '-'L ' Mf g.. . , X ' 'X 'f ' 11-s -E2 .1 ru .3 X.-fr.. N 1 4, . x if e ,- .N 2, ,f -s . 'A If 1 Rl' . '. rf' ' , --. .. . , " - ' .. - - ,r L. I ' F4 5 t - --32"-. A . 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'RK' Mr. McGinnis discusses College Board scores with Brenda Marmer Nh. lflilfll BVUUWTS Q A- 'S 5 . Left to right Mass Queenan Mrs Veliko Mr McGrail Miss King, Mr. McGinnis, and Mrs. Pepin. A , j,,. if 3 ,. sf.. ii AZ-4--wi' , " ' . l Wf x x ri '- A .4-A. -'x 'Cx MISS LEWIS- Departmenr Head MRS- CARTER MRS- CLIFFORD MISS DOWD -Q 14" MRS MCDUFFIE , ' sb' 4 ,. MISS MCMANUS iv 'ul MISS O NEIL .','I',', I'I f-',I'JII N O IX . ...Y.- 'Q f. . di" 112 yfls -,i-v-Y" Y fx, 1,1 . ,Ugg N. P MRS. FLAGG MR. HAMILTON MISS HUNTER f eparfmenf ix-',A. 44,5 iD MR. KEVILLE AQ if I MISS PORTER MRS. SAVAS i S 'u 42. ap, 3' M155 nm 'MSS XX-XLSH rn. 'l 546 A , ws' W' Ilia- '-' ibm' MISS CUNNINGHAM MISS ROCHE MISS GUCCIARDI MISS HAUGHEY Deparfmenr Head f dI2yUdyQS pal MR. REMILLARD 'U' 1 MRS. SKIOTIS , 0 --r '.'fffQ VIANY 13 ff-Clif U,-2' Alb! ! MR. BOOTHROYD MR. CHARLES md, H- if -.,--lv' i , DANEELS oczdf CSXU ofes 'als I ...ali MR. ZAIDO MR. GARRAHAN Department Head MR. DOWLING MISS JANDA MR. KELLEY MR. RAM MR. MEEGAN Deparrmenr Head MR. JACHOWICZ rQ I - . M ... xx 34 '.'. N f- , K ,. q rx MR, MCGOWAN 4. , l n P MR. NO'-IAK f"'fLChNEU " 'ff " "vw: MR. BARRIERA MR. CLINTON MR. GAUCHER czbn ce Ml! 1 .nu L Rua.. MR. RANAURO MR. SHAUGHNESSY MR. TISDELL 4 1 N 5 JW rv 14.37 . , my PEE' MR. DiVITTORlO MR. GALVANI MR. GRANDONI MR- ANTELL Deparfmen? Head Waffem afzbs . 1 ' MISS LAMPERTI M!SS MCKEOWN !i MR- WELCH MR. VODOKLYS MR. PALANO Mn. .+.uNN:cHsLu A fx, ,N MR, HATCH MRS. DeCRISTOFORO MR. KROPP Deparrmenr Head MRS. PECKHAM MRS. RILEY . ' -5' 3- f A.. -at - 'WW J uszhess ,. G? 1 I s . x 3 MI .1 S' STANTON FW' 'U7"v5Ni MISS MCDONALD MISS WIGGINS MRS. ELDRIDGE n MRS. GREENMAN Z , "Lt-531 L K 01226 fcon OIZQICS' '1"f"""' ,,.,1oP" .HX jr! pf .r'5., 6 L-,il .2 73' 3 viii rl Q. '! '4 L t V '.', -1 'Inv -v- 'L 4' rvew 1 V "1 4 . bp: ,' . v V ' ,Q .J A ILITW' ' uvfx. 1 4' l r-:gr h' I "1f.?.-rpg 'Q . -- tip 1 ,nn " 1 A MR. COTTON Department Head MR. CLANCY 9- QQ 43 WUSIC Nl! MR. MURQAY Department Head QQ MISS CONWAY MR. ONESCHUCK ocafzbna MR. DeCOLLlBUS MR. FRASER MR- KEEFEI Dffecfof Mas. CHASE and Mas. cAsuccl MR. MOLLOY x.. 5 MR. PETERSON 26 ,'.',I7, ROGERS MR. TERRANOVA MR. THOMPSON , gn Ogzsffz' gqfzfs , N 'Fw-1? MR. ALVES MR. EDMOND 15.95 Q o ,3 YWYR MR, FARRELL m E MR, KRIKORIAN Y K 'WC VQKWGHT 27 MR, JANES Deparfmenr Hea MR, STRONG if y I 3 v'Lnr:r',,f K 4 X nl, 5, "i"3r'gi.i5- few- yszbczf COQICGAOH MRS, WALKER P S W E S T 1 Q C U 'Y Q M ' zp J I M' ,, f . fi- -x ,ff , J , I Qfzber lCdfIbj2 Alix VFRAMIM. ' .nuH scnoonf , , -JV We omvnz tgH,iQ.ATl0N cm Q gfrlzqa H. Lone i'K6?6n sues co.jj??x,N ,f YFQQQCUI ! I 29 ru I I ir. 'N S41 1112 Cf SW 1 1 , . ' .. 5 ., I I' Seated: Elizabeth Nutting, Ruth Porter, Linda Silva, Nell Odlurn, Dorothy Dyer. Standing, L to R: Gladys Young, Grace McGuire, Mary Natoli, Charlotte Doherty, Alzada Munyon, Ingrid Kirk, Sylvia Corazzari, Minnie Celorier, Rose Dufault, Bernice Dickson, Marie Lawson, Marta Carlson, Alice Anderson, Grace Montecalvc, Helen Sawyer-Director. 'if' if "v R, Sqg MRS. IDA RYAN l ' 1 ' 1 . x 1 J,-' .vba V .X . 1' x 11441 ..4 Standing: Larry Morse, Ralph Fortucci, Dick Wales. Seated: Everett Mailman, Patrick Robert Smith. 5112211912 an Ce 30 1 I D In Mr I 4' fl. J, 1014 if-.' 1 '1 Daly, 'R rS.f"""" 1 ELAINE ANN ABLONDI Likeable, Attractive, lmpeccable, Neat, Easy-going, Elegant Happy smile . . . A loyal friend . . . Secretary Red Cross I, Candy Sale lp Glee Club 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3. RICHARD PAUL ADAMS Da er Irresistible Clever Keen PP 1 I 1 Tinkers With Cars . . . "Oh, Go On!" . . . Business Management Bowling I, Drama Club 2, 3, Glee Club I, Christmas Proiects 3. MARK STEPHEN ARNOLD Masculine, Affable, Relaxed, Kind-hearted Enjoys Sports and Sport Cars . . . College Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 4. JUDITH ASHLEY Jovial, Undecided, Dignified, Yearning Likes bowling and boating . . . Undecided Transferred from Wayland High School. STEPHEN J. BABCOCK Sharp, Talkative, Emphatic, Venturesome, Enthusiastic Interested in sports . . . Likes food . . . College Intramural Volleyball I. RICHARD BALL Reticent, lntrovert, Compliant, Helpful Bowling fan . . . "No Joke" . . . Drafting Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY ADAMS Sunny, Merry, Impartial, Likable, Equitable, Yesty "A Glass Of Milk Please" . . . Nursing Glee Club I, 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, A, Science Fair 2, ri, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide, Archery and Basketball Intramurals 3 FREDERICK PHILIP ANDERSON, JR. Friendly, Realistic, Expeditious, Determined Athlete . . . Air Force Academy Wrestling 3, Basketball 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3 U? Z", '27 WALTER ANTHONY ASSENCO Witty, Amiable, Leisurely, Terrific Likes being cool and casual . . . To go to school in California Candy Sale I, 2, 3. ROBERT ASTAPOVEH Pacific, Obliging, Purposeful, Observant Likes cars . . . Undecided Christmas Proiects 1,25 Candy Sale 2, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, HAROLD BARROWS Helpful, Adroit, Retentive, Risible, Yen for collecting stamps Acccrdicnist . . . Printer-to-be KAREN LEE BANNER Keen, Able, Reliable, Enhancing, Never bored "lt's unbelievable" . . . Nursing Candy Sale l, 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Bowling 2, Field Hockey 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4. FREDERICK RAYMOND BARN ICLE Friendly, Relaxed, Energetic, Determined Interested in sports . . . College Student Council I, 2, 4, Marshal 3, Decoration Chairman of Fall Dance 4, Senior play 4. 7 'Pie t. F' s as-in , ir i WILLIAM J. BATES Wishful, Expert, Explorative, Well-Wisher, ltinerant, Lank, Likable, Inquis- itive, Easy-going One ofthe Jordan Marsh boys . . . "Forget it" . . . Service 'wwf Vx 'Fi' DOROTHY BENGIOVANNI Deserying, Optimistic, Twirler, Talkatiye, lmpish, Elegant Active in school projects . . . Teacher DAVID BEATTIE Buoyant, Elusive, Active, Tenacious, Salient Likes playing football . . . Likes to eat . . . Undecided Track 3, 4. KATHRYN ANNE BELDEN Kittenish, Admirable, Theatrical, Helpful, Yen for dramatics New this year from Mount Saint Mary Academy . . . Active in dramatics and journalism . . . Likes reading . . . English teacher. 1 Glee Club 3, 4: Candy Sale 3, 4, Math Fair 2, Business and Advertising Staff 3, Manager 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross l, 2, 3. DIANE LOUISE BENJAMIN Dainty, Efficient, Equable Likes bowling . , Secretary L'f1-'aryllidc I, 2, 3, Christmas Protects I ,2. -.- A4 1 .- I 'ti ALAN KENT BICKFORD P mbastic, Itinerant, Cheerful, Kaleidoscope of humor iterested in music, tennis. . . College Library Aide 4. JANE ANN BISHOP Judicious, Attentive, Nice-to-know, Elegant Likes sports, tennis . . . Hopes to teach Spanish Student Crier 4, Drama Club 2, 3, Library Aide I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Field Hockey 3, Tennis 3, Spanish Club, Treasurer 4. ARLENE BIUSO Appealing, Reliable, Lithe, Elite, Neat, Ethical Likes to travel . . . Secretary Christmas Proiects l, Science Fair 2, Student Crier Typist 3, Music Festival 3, Glee Club 3, 4. 'V' JUDITH A. BLOOD Just, Understanding, Distinctive, Yare Athlete . . . Likes camping and mountain climbing . . . Doctor or Teacher Basketball 2, 3, Field Hockey 3, Student Crier Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor of Philomath, AFS Finalist 3, Senior Steering Committee. 'V , i in ' ,, -q Nfl' tif -'1 'vt' f ' Q -W 'if' ' H. GARTH BODKIN Gallant, Alert, Rollicksome, Talkative, Honest "I'm great" . . . Undecided Football 4, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Prciects 3. ROBERT BONVINI Blithe, Obliging, Merry, Memorable, Enthusiastic, Remarkable marksman Interested in cars, hunting, and coins . . . Air Force Football i. GREGORY R. BOWMAN Genial, Runner, Efficient, Gunner A Complaisant and cordial . . . College Cross Country 3, 4, Track. DAVID PETER BRANAGAN Destined, Able, Variable, Enterprising Likes almost everyone . . . Businessman Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Glee Club 2. A DOUGLAS LEE BREAULT Devoted leader, Outstanding, Unforgettable, Great mind Capable, efficient, school leader . . . Medicine Orchestra l, Gym Team 2, Track l, Science Fair 2, 3, Student Crier Staff 3, 4, Math Fair 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Steering Committee 3, Student Council 3, President 4, Candy Sale Chairman 3, Decorating Committee Junior Prom, Biography and Verse Staff 4, Student Government Day Repre- sentative 4. JACQUELINE LAURA BREAULT Jovial, Active Collegiate, Quiet, Unquesticnably cute, interested, Endless cheers Loves to be with the kids . . . Teaching Cheerleader 4, Marshal 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Student Council 4 Chairman of Decoration Committee, Junior Prom 3. JUNE FRANCES BREAULT Jovial, Unruffled, Nifty twirler, Easy-going Our talented maiorette . . . Medical Secretary at Maiorette 2, 3, Head Majorette 4, Library Aide I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Q' Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale i, 2, 3, 4. CHERYL WHITNEY BREMNER 'Tal Congenial, Harmonious, Enjoyable, Relaxed, lmaginative, Effulgent Interested in art . . . College Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross T, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Candy Sale lt 2, 3: Basketball I, 2, Glee Club I, 2, Music Festival I, Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3. Y 'Uh -N M 's I ARLENE MARIE BURCHELL Aftable, Refined, Lively, Enthusiastic, Nocturnal, Errant Pink Convertibles and water-skiing . . . Hairdresser Library Aide 3, J, Red Cross I, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2 3 ROBERT BURROVVS Benevolent, Undaunted, Bowler, Sincere Takes good care of his Oldsmobile . . . His own food business Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 11 2, 3, A. GAIL CAIN Gay, An-iiable, Intelligent, Light-hearted Dismayed by too much homework. . . Liberal Arts College Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Drama Club 4. BARBARA JOAN BRILLHART Candid, Happy, Impulsive, Energetic, Flirtatious "Funny Thing" . . . Hairdresser Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I. CARLETON E. T. BUCK Capricious, Active, Risible, Likable Likes soccer, skiing and his Morris-Minor . . . Wentworth Institute Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANN BUTLER J.B., Understanding, Droll, Infectious, Energetic Swimming . . . Basketball . . . "You must be kidding!" . . . Dental Hygienist Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Math Fair 3, 4, Gym Show 3, Philomath Feature Staff 4, Field Hockey 3, Captain A, Basketball 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. WILLARD CAHILL Banter, Unique, Smooth, Talkative, Extrovert, Rascal Hunter supreme . . . College Rifle Club 3, A, Math and Science Fairs I, 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3. VIRGINIA B. cARNicELLi HQ' Cm.-garious, Intcresung, Neat, Neighborly, Youthful X 'Leis quuil a horror show" . , .Party goer . . .College Gif, Qlub 3, Candy Sale I, 2, Red Cross I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, -1, Science Fair I, Senior Play A. Qc HARRY RONALD CARTER Handy, Undaunted, Communicative, Knotty Likes sports and photography . . . Navy Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, -1, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, -1. DIANE PATRICIA CATTANI Dazzling, Imaginative, Affectionate, Nomadic, Eflervcsccnt Red Cross I, 2, 3, Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3, Christmas Proi- ccts I, 2, 3, -1, Candy Sale I, 2. L15 , j FO JUDY ANN CELLA Joyful, Unpredictable, Dynamic, Yesty Likes cheering for the teams . . . Teaching Cheerleader 3, Captain 4, Gift Committee for Junior Prom, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Committee for Football Dance 2, 3. SANDRA LEE CELOZZI Sincere, Amiable, Nonchalant, Delightful, Resplendent, Attractive Likes the color orange . . . X-ray Technician Glee Club l, 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects i, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANN CHAPMAN Jaunty, Ultimate, Docile, Yea-team Likes having the "gang" up on Sundays . . . Hairdresser Pep Squad 4, Red Cross 2, Softball i, 2, Basketball T, 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, Christmas Projects i, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella RICHARD LLOYD CHESMORE Don Quixotic, Imaginative, Ccurteous, Keen Likes sports, girls . . . Military Career otball i, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Band l, 2, Christmas Projects 2, Science Fair l, 2. JUDlTH L. CESAPI Joyful, Universal, Dutiful, Young at heart Likes swimming, dancing, driving . . . Middlesex Secretarial School Glee Club l, 2, Christmas Projects l, 2, Student Crier Typist 3, M i Festival i, Red Cross i, 2, 3, 4. JAMES CHAISSON Jaunty, Intelligent, Muscular Likes Math, sports, girls . . . Engineer Club 4 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics l, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Math ' Christmas Projects 2, 3. 'S f-va S---a MARCIA ELLEN CLEMENTS Mischievous, Adorable, Runabout, Cute, Independent, Alert Enjoys life, hopes to become a good Secretary Homeroom Chairman Christmas Projects 2, Red Cross l, 2, Candy Sale 1, Library Aide l. LEONARD P. COFFIN Loyal, Earnest, Naturally-Nifty, lntrovert, Even-tempered "You're out of your head!" . . . Likes sports . . . College Baseball l, 2, 4: Basketball i, 2, 4, Marshal 4, Christmas Projects 3. LOUISE ANN CICERONI Winsome, Exciting, Garrvious, Energetic, Enjoyable "Yeah, almost". . . Likes vocational . . . Hairdresser Girls Glee Club 4, Christmas Projects 2 3, Candy Sale SHERRYL ANN CLAUSEN Sincere, Happy, Energetic, Respected, Reliable, Youthful X-Ray Technician 2, 3: Red Cro Field Hockey 4, Basketball 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, -if Science Fa r 2 Gym Show 2, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3. 4 1' -wi,-JV' THOMAS A. CONLON Thoughtful, Observant, Magnanimous Likes bowling . . . Great imitator . . . Navy JANIS LOUISE CORMIER Jovial, Affable, Natural, Impressive, Slender Skiing . . . Basketball . . . Sports . . . "Oh, for goodness sake!" . . . Elementary Teacher Field Hockey 3, 4, Math Fair 4, Library Aide 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. ,.., CARLO ANTHONY CROCI Compatible, Ambidextrous, Rugged, Loquacious, Open-minded "Okay" . . . Likes Italian food . . . interested in hunting and fishing . . . College Baseball 4, Red Cross 2, 3. JAMES CROVVTHER Jccund, Independent, Mischievous A lzappfwqio 'uclry senior . . . Undecided I JANICE LOUISE COLACEY Just, Ambitious, Neat Actress for Framingham Players . . . Elementary teacher Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, A Cappella 4, Girls Glee Club 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee 4, Spanish Club 4, Candy Sale 4. MARY ADELE COMBE Mirthful, Amiable, Reliable, Yen for people Future Social Worker, psychologist, or chemist Glee Club I, Drama Club 3, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. IRENE CORNARO Radiant, Effervescent, Nice, Ebullient Pet Peeve-Homework . . . Airline hostess Cheerleader I ISt. Petersburg, Fla.J, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Usherette, Parents' Night 3. NAN LOUISE CRAWFORD Natural, Adventurous, Non-conformist Likes knitting . . . thinking . . . hates phonies . . . Elementary teacher Red Cross I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, International Relations 3, Glee Club 3, Music Festival 3, Math Fair 2. I ' -3 LINDA ANN CUCINELLI Capricious, Optimistic, Open-minded, Cute, Hesitant Likes Hyannis during the summer. . . Teacher Red Cross I, 2, Candy Sale I, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, Ticket Com- mittee Senior Play 4. ELAINE L. DATTI Easy-going, Likable, Amiablc, Individual, Neat, Elegant Likes parties, Italian food, the girls. . . Secretary Marshal 4, Christmas Projects Committee 3, Decorating Committee for Junior Prom 3, Student Crier Typist 3, Refreshment Committee for Foot- ball Dance 3. STEPHEN DAVIS Sincere, Technical Engineer, Valiant, Earnest Amateur radio operator. . . College Band I, 2. 3, 4, Orchestra, Library Aide 4, Christmas Proiects 2. SUSAN C. DAVIS Sociable, Unsettled, Energetic Always has a good time . . . Secretary Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4. l STEPHEN E. DESILETS Debonair, Energetic, Sincere, Immortal "How 'bout that" . . . Collector of automobiles . . . Electrical Engineering MARGARET ANN DEVITT Patient, Efficient, Genial, Gay, Yearning Likes ice skating . . . dancing . . . Marriage Glee Club, Christmas Proiect 3, Candy Sale 3, 4. DONNA DIVICO Dainty, Original, Nymphlike, Nice, Adroit Likes talking to people . . . Hairdresser ELLEN THERESA DONAHUE Attractive, Gleetul, Gentle "Let me tell ya!" . . . Dental Assistant Steering Committee 4, Football Dance 2, Candy Sale Proiects 4. Agi- THOMAS DAVIS Trustworthy, Open-minded, Mechanical Likes automobile mechanics, collecting guns . . . Navy Rifle Club 4, Christmas Proiects 4, Red Cross 4. PAMELA ANN DENEHY Pretty, Attable, Melodic Loves to be with the "kids" . . . Secretary Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Decoration Committtee for Junior Prom 3, Cross 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3. ' -1 I x..'5.'.. RICHARD DEXTER Daring, Enthusiastic, Exciting Likes skindiving and water skiing . . . Draftsman Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 3, 4. PAMELA DIPESA Proficient, Artistic, Modest Likes Greece, painting, traveling . . . College Math Fair 3, Science Fair 2, International Relations 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club Club 4, Senior Play 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Student Crier -1, lntra murals 3, Glee Club 4. 4. Hg., l, 4, Christmas Red President 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, American Field Service 3: Drama V i CHESTER STEVEN DRAKE Cheertul, Helpful Eager, Tolerant Uh! Uh' . . . Likes church groups . . . Scouting . . . Engineering Sclenze Fair l, 2, 35 President Rifle Club 3, 45 Marshal 45 Philomath Sports Sfatf -1, ROBERT F. DRAKE Benevolent, Optimistic, Buoyant Amateur skipper . . . Trophy winner . . . College Christmas Protects 45 Steering Committee 45 Science Fair tion 2, 35 Student Council 45 Class Treasurer 45 Marshal Staff 3: Assstant Editor 4. , Honorable 35 Student DOROTHY MARIE DUNN Delicate, Overt, Talented, Talkative, lmpetuous "Cool" . . , Secretarial School Cir-my Sala l, 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 35 Library Aide 25 Archery 3. LILLIAN KAY DUNN Lihfmle, li irfresuizi, Little, Lifhe, Inspired, Amiable, Natural Likes Valianri, . . . water skiing . . . Business Career Card, Safe i, 2, Calc-e Club 25 Christmas Prpiects l, 2, 3, 45 Red Cro JOSEPH DONNELLY Judicious, Omnipotent, Enthusiastic Eager to succeed and to please others. . . College bound Football l, 2, 3, Captain 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Lieutenant of Marshal Force 35 Senior Class Vice-President5 Student Crier Staff 45 Student Coun- cil 45 Science Fair 2, 35 Jewish War Veterans Brotherhood Award 4. DOREEN DOTALO Delicate, Obedient, Diligent, Orderly Equestrienne . . . Teaching Decoration Committee for Junior Prom, Christmas Proiects 2, 35 Candy Sale 2, 3, 45 Marshal 4. Men- Crier JOYCE DRYDEN Joyous, Original, Yearner Ballet... Dancing . . . Walking . . . Art . . . Acting Christmas Prciects l, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL DUNLAP Manly, lndefatigable, Kingly, Engaging Basketball is his sport . . . Teacher Student Council T5 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Drama Club l, 25 Junior Prom Decorating Committee 35 Art Club 45 Marshal 45 Philomath Art Staff 45 Spanish Club, Vice-President 45 Future Teachers' Club, President 4. PAULA ANN DUNN Personable, Affable, Untailing smile, Lovely, Assiduous Likes to have fun . . . skiing . . . Dietician Basketball 35 Glee Club 35 Candy Sale 35 Christmas Proiects 3, 45 Prom Coinnilttcc 35 Science Fair 35 Music Festival 3. CAROL DURGIN Collegiate, Actress, Reliable, Overt, Likablc Likes swimrninQt senior play . . .Chandler School for Women Senior Play 45 Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4. DIANE MARIE DVVYER Delightful, Independent, Artistic, Nice, Exquisite Art is her specialty . . . commercial artist Bowling 3, Art Club 3, Secretary 4, Variety Show 3. CYNTHIA EAMES Capable, lndustrious, Nomadic, Delicate, Youthful Interested in Psychology . . . College Marshal 3, 4, Art Club 4, Junior Prom Presentations Committee 3, Biography and Verse Staff 4, Science Fair I, Math Fair 3, Gym Show 2, Glee Club 3. . - -nr. 5. 11 gg 'gl 1' MARK PETER ELLISON Magnetic, Agreeable, Relaxed, Knowing Likes skiing . . . "Great!" . . . Physical Education Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4. MARTHA FAIBISOFF Marvelous, Actress, Refreshing, Terrific, Humorous Enioys pizza . . . Dislikes communicating . . . Teaching Glee Club 2, 3, International Relatio-ns Club 2, Drama Club 4, Senior Play 4, A Cappella 4, Biography and Verse Staff 4, French Club 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4. il. JAMES ANDREW FARLEY Joyful, Imaginative, Mischievous Many friends . . . Yearns to travel Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, Red Cross 2, 3, Football 3. JOSEPH FEINDEL Just, Optimistic, Exacting "Make the best of everything!" . . . A printer Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. it iv ELINOR EASTMAN Elfish, Lively, Interesting, Nice, Obliging, Responsive "Some people's children" . . . Art College Glee Club I, 2, 3, Philcmath Art Staff 4, Art Club 4, A Cappella 3, 4, International Relations Club, Dramatics Club 3. ROGER EDWARDS Distinctive, Open, Diverse, Genuine, Energetic, Reliable Likes dancing . . . "Are you spoofing me?" . , . College Football I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3. FRANCES FANTONI Flirtatious, Reliable, Attractive, Neat, Nifty, lrrepressible Likes Chinese tea . . . Ready for a laugh . . . Secretary Glee Club I, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3. JANE ELOI FARIAS Joyful, Attractive, Neat, Intelligent, Effervescent Loves people . . . Sports . . . Elementary Teacher Drama Club 3, 4, Varsity Softball 3, Orchestra I, 2, Orchestra 3, 4: Business and Advertising Staff 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3: Senior Play 4, Spanish Club 4. 4, GOlf 3, 4, X G-saw, "lf,-I mf' .inotlier cnc" . . . Bowler . . . Loves painting . . . Secretary Art Cloli 2, -1, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Drama Club 4, ffiyii' Fcg' mal 2, Art Staff Philomatlt 4. SARA ANN FENNESSEY Sociable, Alert, Lovely, Loquacious, Youthful Enioys people . . . Hopes to become a dental hygienist ,--J JOHN FERGUSON Jocular, Original, Humorous, Neat "Or better yet" . . . A hopeful for U. of Mass. Football I, Basketball 4, Cross Country 4. MARGARET S. FERRARI Pretty, Energetic, Gabby, Gregarious, Interesting, Effervescent Likes swimming, roller skating . . . Secretary Basketball 3, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Glee Club 3. EUGENE FERRARO Genial, Imaginative, Noted trumpeter, Outspoken "Seriously though" . . . Likes music and Italian food . . . College Band I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Brass Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Maneuver Committee 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 2, 3, Boys' State Alternate Delegate 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Dance Band 4. Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3 LOISJANE FIELDS Likable, Obiective, Imaginative, Sentimental qo- 'f RICHARD PHILIP FISHIVIAN Radiant, Industrious, Capable, Knowledgeable, Youthful Likes to have fun . . . Dynamic editor... Doctor rf" Flu bating Club 2, President 3. JOHN B. FITZIVIAURICE Fun, Industrious, Trustworthy, Zealous "l'm only kidding" . , . likes politics . . . Government work P International Relations Club 2, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, A n 13 Cappella 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4, Science Fair 2, 1 Glee Club I, 2, Christmas Rroiects 3, Assistant editor of Philomath 4, 0, Suden' Crier 4. GAYLE ANN FITZPATRICK Gifntlfq Lrtenme, Youthful, Loyal, Energetic KATHERINE FITZPATRICK Kind, Adaptablet Youthful Dancing, driving, summer vacations in Canada. . . Nursing Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Homeroom Chairman 2, Can national Relations Club 2, 3. ELLEN LAURA FLANIGAN Energetic, likable, Loquacious, Industrious, Enviable "A pleasing personality rings true" . . . Junior College dv ,. Student Crier Typist 3, Football Dance Committee 3, Chr I, 2, Red Cross I, Record Hop Committee 3. I ' gli, 42 ' .T "Are you kidding me?" . . . Enjoys water skiing . . . Secretarial work Basketball 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. Student Crier, Editor-in'Chief 4, Tennis Team, Co-Captain 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Semi-finalist, A.F.S. Foreign Exchange Program 3, De Sale 3, Inter istmas Projects SHARON DALE FORREST Small, Humorous, Ardent, Young-looking "Greatl" . . . Sports rooter . . . Poet . . . Secretarial School and Marriage Music Festival I, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 3, Christmas Proiects l, 3, Candy Sale 3. CARL FOSS Sincere, Kindly, Industrious, Patient Enjoys sports . . . Future worker Baseball I. JACQUELINE E. A. FRENI Jovial, Active, Calm, Keen, Idealist, Exacting Love water-skiing, swimming, and bowling . . . ex-Belmont High Fisher Junior College Softball 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Christmas Proiects l, MICHAEL JAMES GAFFNEY Mischievous, lndustrious, Kind, Energetic Transferred from Marian . . . Interested in iournalism . . . College Sports Editor Philomath 4. JANICE ANNE GARVEY Jocund, Alert, Nonchalant, lngenuous, Cute, Ebullient Heading for Junior College . . . Secretary Student Crier Typist 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3. JEAN GHIRINGHELLI Becoming, Efficient, Ambitious, Nice "I doubt that very much" . . . Pet Peeve: Gunner underclassmen Future Secretary Student Crier Typist 3, Glee Club I, Maiorette I, 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Marshal 4. tgp MARK LESTER FREEDMAN Facetious, Risible, Elusive, Errant, Dauntless, Youtnful Likes most sports . , . College CARYL S. FRENCH Charitable, Assiduous, Reliable, Youthful, Logical Spanish Club 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. V Al , aw 2, 3. -.4-ug, ROBERT KEVIN GALLAGHER Bright, Outgoing, Buoyant Interested in sports . . . Future undecided Library Aide I. LANA JEAN GARINO Laudable, Attractive, Nonpareil, Amiable Quiet and competent . . . Boston College Philomath, Biography and Verse Editor A, Student Crier Staff 2, Science Fair 2, International Relations Club 2, 3, Bowling 2, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2. l at In s C 'i ROBERTA GOODWIN Suoyart Obiective Beguiling Benevolent Imaginative Earnest seri I . . . IBM Work rstmas Protects I, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANN GOULD Joyful, Unpretentious, Dirninutive, Young at heart Interested in Veterinary Medicine. . . College Science Fair 2, Glee Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Christmas Projects EDWARD ALFRED GURLIACCIO Skier, Noteworthy, Italian, Funny ltked by all . . Wants his own business Baseball 3. JACOUELINE E. I-IADFIELD Jocular, Acuminous, Careful, Kind, Intelligent, Efficient Ikea seminars at Truro Beach . . , Foreign Service Ju" er Red Cross Rc ,resenfative I, 2, 3, 4, Christm Pro' t i as iecsl 2 3 4 lf.fffn:fl:'aI Pnlatons Club 4, Biography and Verse 4, Intramurals 3. 'ati l,2, 3,4 ANGIE GLESENER Adorable, Nice, Gracious, Interesting, Elegant Likes clothes and the color lavender . . . Future first grade teacher Senior Play 4, Spanish Club 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Science Fair 2, Glee Club l, 2, Candy Sale 2, 3. ROBERT GOLDFARB Bowler, Outgoing, Bel-esprit Proud of his '57 Chevy . . . College Gymnastics I, 2, Science Fair 2. MAUREEN GRINLEY Meritorious, Outgoing, Enthusiastic Cheering is her specialty . . . Future as a secretary Cheerleader 4, Red Crcss I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club l, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects Chairman I, 2, 3. TORE GRONLIE Traveler, Outgoing, Rugged, Earnest "Ambassador" from Norway . . . College Football 4, Band 4, American Field Service Student 4, Student Council 4. GAIL LEE HAGSPIEL Gay, Attractive, lrnpulsive, likable "R-E-A-LVL-Y?" . . . Dislikes North High . . . Hairdressing Student Council l, 2, Marshal 3, 4, Zone Chairman Candy Sale 2. ROBERT P. HALLORAN Buoyant, Outgoing, Bcst on the ice Bug on cars . . . A transfer from Marian . . . Plans on prep school Hockey 3, 4. Class Secretary 3 4 Student Council Secretary 4 lnternational Relations Club 3 Basketball 3 A Library Aide 4 Philomath Feature Editor 4, Biography and Verse 4 Art Club 4 Candy Sale 3 Drama Club 4 Christ- ---vu ? . PAMELA Nl. HANNA Pert, Alive, Mirthful Enioys water sports . . . Beautician Christmas Proiects l, 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Candy Sale 2 ROBERT L. HARLESS Hale, Avid, Refreshing, Lively A quiet scholar . . . College Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU HEALY Little, Outgoing, Unique "Short and sweet" . . .A smile for all. . .Secretary Christmas Projects lg Candy Sale lg Glee Club l Business and Advertising Staff 4. JOHN P. HIGGINS Jocular, Avaricious, Capricious, "Kool" Likes cars and sports . . . College Football l, 2, 35 Track 2, Ag Christmas Proiects -1. n y Sale l 2 Red Cross l 2 3 Ch stmas Protects l 2 3 Science ' 'x, x Z 'i X . RX- N ' ' '- flux. .. 1 QNX!! . A in PATRICIA ANN HUTCHISON Pensive, Amicable, Talkative, Tender-hearted, lmpish, Energetic L'kes to talk , . . Hairdresser 'vaiisybaiz 3, science Fair 3, 4, Basketball 4, oiee Club 1, candy Sale 1, Christmas Projects Homeroom Chairman 3, Softball 3. ARLENE MAY JANOVICH Attractive, Reliable, Laudable, Eager, Nice, Earnest "Almost" . . . Enjoys being with Karen and Dottie . . . Nursing Candy Sale 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, Intramurals 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Senior Play Usherette. .QI P .o""9 RALPH MICHAEL JOHNSON Masculine, Impulsive, Kindly, Exciting interested in records, New York, cars . . . College Football I, Baseball I, 3. SHEILA A. JOHNSON Sagacious, Hilarious, Excellent, lmpartial, Likable, Ambitious Lkes Cillvctincj stuffed animals . . . Plans to enter the Convent i'.hr.atn-as Projec's I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3. BRUCE HOWARD Brainy, Realist, Unmatched, Capable, Engaging Likes sports . . . Math and coaching Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Fcotball 4, Class Vice-President 3, Class President 4, SANDRA HOWELL Sincere, Accomplished, Notable, Diligent, Youthful Likes guitars, people . . . College Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 3, Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3, Library Aide 4, Philomath Editor-in-Chief 4, Steering Committee 4. RITA GAY JEFFERSON Radiant, Industrious, Tactful, Active Likes horses . . . Becker Junior College Glee Club 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 3, Manager 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 4. KARIN LEE JOHNSON Kind, lllustrious, Magnetic Enjoys driving . . . Marriage Glee Club 2, 4, Christmas Projects Chairman 3, Junior Red Cross 4. VALERIE JEAN JOHNSON Versatile, Able, Lovable "I might ever say what?" . . .Undecided Field Hockey 3, Gymnastics 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3. WILLIAM E. JOHNSON Busy, Intelligent, Lcvcl-headed, Lyrical "Choke stroke," "Rainy days are out" , . . Piano player Orchestra I, 2: Golf Team 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. WILLIAM JONES Bashful, impartial, Lanky, Likable Likes hockey, basketball, music . . . School of Technology Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, A Cappella 2. KEVIN JOHN JOYCE X Kidder, Easy-going, Vermilion "l don't know." . . . College Baseball I, Rifle Club 3, Wrestling 3. DAVID ARTHUR KELLER Daring, Audacious, Venturesome, Equitable J.V. Football, Gymnastics I, Cross Country 4. KAREN ANN KEYSER Kind-hearted, Affable, Rollicking, Earnest, Noble Pals with Dottie, Cooch, Shirl . . . lrked by snobs . . . Teaching Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, Red Cross 3, Spanish Club 4. WILLIAM A. KIDNEY Brawny, Energetic, Agreeable, Nice-to-know, Sincere Interested in Electronics . . . College Cross Country 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Marshal 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. DENNIS KING Direct, Earnest, Determined Likes eating and loafing . . . Doctor Football 3, Math Fair 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. GEORGETTE H. LA MARQUE Good-natured, Entertainer, Original, Roving, Gentle, Expressive "Advanced Math? My favorite subiect? Never!!" . . . College Basketball 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, Candy Sale 3. MARY LAN DMESSER Mirthful, Athletic, Ready-to-go, Yearning Joined us from Whitney Point High School . . . Active in sports Business School Candy Sale 4, Red Cross 4. - ,tl RUTH KLUGE Refreshing, Unique, Tiny, Humorous, intelligent, Earnest Enioys sketching, painting, writing . . . Floridian . . . Teaching Drama Club 4, Candy Sale 4. TERRY LEE KOCH Truthful, Eager, Rational, Realistic, Youthful Enioys singing and playing the piano . . . Teacher Bowling I, 2, Cross Country 3, Drama Club 3, 4: District Choir 3, 4 A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Biography and Verse 4, Business and Advertising 4 Candy Sale I, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 4: Volleyball 2 gp-v BRENT BOOTHBY LARRABEE Brawny, Runabout, Effervescent, Natural, Taste in clothes Athlete . . . Kidder . . . College Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4. DANA LARRABEE Daring, Artistic, Noteworthy, Sociable, Yen for cartooning Likes color, action, movies . . . Mad cartoonist or motion picture producer Q-'H' .. -vg- Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3, Math Fair Second Prize I, Art Editor of Student Crier 4, Senior Steering Committee 4. RICHARD LAWS Rugged, Independent, Creative, Happy-go-lucky A diminutive, though sparkling force in school . . . College 15. Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. fi- QW LINDA LEAO ...av U-'7 L'veI-,' Independent Notorious Discernin Alert T-T xr' ' ' it f 9, Skating and reading interests. . . Nursing Field Hockey 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 4, A Cappella 3, Feature Staff of Philomath 4. LINDA LEE LEAVITT Lively, Entrancing, Vogue Likes living, loving, and laughing . . . College Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Candy Sale 3, Field ' Hockey 3, Science Fair l, Christmas Proiect l, 2, 3, Marshal 4, Spanish 7 i,f"" 4. WILLIAM LEITH Born flirt, Interested, Light-hearted, Leisurely Likes being free and easy . . . Undecided Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH-ANNE LEVENSON Pal, Arrlable, Talkative, Candid, Humorous, Etfervescent, Singular Likes literature, horses, art . . . College Intramurals 3, Basketball 4, Student Crier Staff 4, Glee Club 3, Inter- national Relations Club 3, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects Chair- man I. CAROL LYNN LEVINE Checriul, Astute, Reliable, Optimistic, Lucky Can't stand hypocrites , . . Loves to think and to walk . . . Linguist Cine Clul: l, 2, Debating 3, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Staff 4, Biography and Verse 4, Senior Play 4, International Relations Club 2, 3, Ma'I't Fair 35 Intramurals 3, STEVEN ROBERT LEWIS Sophisticated, Traveler, Efficient, Versatile, Energetic "Fern" . . . Pet Peeve-Boring lectures . . . Electronics Engineer Drama Club 2, 3, President 4, Drama Festival 3, Science Fair l, 2, 3, 4- Honorable mention I, 3. ARTHUR LIPPMAN Amiable, Reliable, Tactful Helped out at the rallies . . .College Football 3, Steering Committee 4, Student Crier 4, Library Aide 4. , .4 4' A 'Un-. SHARON ANN LUCAS Saucy, Happy, Amicable, Reliable, Optimistic, Neat Destined for happiness . . . Marriage Christmas Proiects I, Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS HELENE LUCE Bubbling, Individual, Tiny, Sure, Youthful Pet Peeve is underclassmen . . . Teacher Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4, Proiects i, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, Business and Advertising Staff 4, Senior Play 4, Candy Sale 4. gl'-5 IU? PRISCILLA MARGARET MALING Prim, Radiant, idealistic, Smiley, Sweet, Youthful Quietly efficient . . . Dental Assistant Glee Club l, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Red Cross I, 2. DOUGLAS J. MALLOY Dependable, Observant, Unbiased, Genial Favorite hobby is fishing . . . Engineer Science Fair I, 2, 3, Senior Play 4, Math Fair I, 3, Junior Re 61 ff-'UQ ROBERT P. LOPES Bookish, Original, Brisk Sociable and full of fun . . . College and Hockey Hockey 2, 3, 4, Decorating Committee 4. MARIE ANN LCVETT Mannerly, Affable, Realistic, industrious, Earnest "You know what I mean" . . . likes to babysit . . . Work Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Candy Sale l, 3, 4. ng Christmas 9 QQ - I IQ ff "'uvh3f'f' x' J ROBERT S. LYTLE Busy, Ostentatious, Buoyant Bursting with original boat ideas . . . Undecided Rifle Club 4, Candy Sale I, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL MAHONEY Mighty, Optimistic, Sportsman, Enthusiastic, Searching Plans to attend business school Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2. d Cross 4. LESLIE MANEVITZ Likable, Easy-going, Silent Likes food . . . Dislikes Barron's fudge, spinach Weightlifting . . . Marine Corps Wrestling, Rifle Club 4. DIANE MANISCALCO Demure, Effervescent, Ecstatic A Scholastic Magazines Art Contest Winner . . . Art School and Career Art Club 3, 4, Secretary Art Club 3, Co-Art Editor of Philcmath -1, Prom Decorations 3, A Cappella 3, 4, Debating Club 2, Girls Glee Club 1, 2, Drama Club 4. PAMELA A. MANN Pert, Amicable, Mellitluous Best alto in the choir. . . Future Nurse GI-ee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Drama Club 4, Biography and Verse 4. RICHARD LEE MANSFIELD Ready, Irresistible, Capable, Knowing, Youthful A great competitor . . . U. Mass. and Teaching Football I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Student Council 4, Christm Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 45 Science Fair 3 -at rd' ELAINE MARQUIS Elated, Likable, Amiable, Intelligent, Neat, Earnest Quiet . . . Likes sewing and being with people . . . College Basketball 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale Fair 2. PATRICIA A. MARR Perky, Attractive, Tasteful clothes Collects stuffed animals as a hobby . . . Private Secretary Typist Student Crier 3, Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. BETTY LOU MAYO Buzz, Enuriy,-tic, Tncuqivful, Tranquil, Youthful Llfigtclmr-.jj Acting . . . "Ye gacl"' . , . Art teacher Cr-not Pla, A, Drama Club 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, IrlfI'1'riI'lTI lrIYE1HtiJfulS 3, Glue Club I. DAVID McBRlDE If i'i"i', ' f Vftlulfcl li.r-rtcl Enij,h.it.c f-ii it"I flip- rrifikinrj Colli-qc 7.x 01 as Projects 3, 4g MARGARET JEAN MARINO Perky, Endowed, Great, Gregarious, Young-hearted Likes the casual approach . . . Hairdresser Bowling I, 2, Glee Club I, 2, 2, 3, Music Festival I, 2, 3. BRENDA PHYLIIS MARMER Merry, Able, Happy-go-lucky, Alluring, Humorous "Mazel-Tov" . . . Musically inclined . . . Medical Secretary Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4 Business and Advertising Staff 3, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I 2, 3, 4, Science Fair Ip Senior Play 4, Feature Staff of Philomath 4. I, 2, 3, Science auf- N JUDY ANNE MARTINELLI Joyful, Understanding, Dutiful, Youthful Collects stuffed animals . . . Executive Secretary Glee Club 3, Typist for Student Crier 35 Candy Sale I, Committee for Prom 3. WILLIAM SCOTT MASON Buoyant, Informative, Likable, Lively Enjoys sports and theater . . . College Baseball I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4. f? fi 1 aff Presentation -C'-' -45' N-if KATHLEEN LEE MCDONALD Keen, Irrepressible, Thoughtful, Tactful, Yearning Writing letters . . . Airline Hostess Red Cross Homeroom Chairman, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Refreshment Com- mittee Football Dance 3, Typist Student Crier 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4. PAUL R. McFARLAND Muscular, Independent, Capable, Kind, Earnest, Yen for cars Specialist in gymnastics, bowling, and skin diving . . . Undecided Camera Club I, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4. ,At BRUCE DONALD McKlNNON Buoyant, Risible, Undaunted, Carefree, Exuberant Likes drawing . . . Undecided New from Eliot H.S., Maine . . . Athlete there BONNIE McLELLAN Blushes, Out-going, Neat, Nice, Industrious, Easy-going Ambition to travel . . . College Bowling 2, Drama Club 2, 4, Library Aide 2, 3, 4, Picture Editor of Philomath 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, Candy Sale 4. fs X PATRICIA MCCARTHY Pert, Amiable, Mischievous Joined us from Hawaii . . . Enjoys water skiing and surfing . . . Nurse Spanish Club 4, Future Nurses 4, Pep Club 4, Field Hockey Tearr 2, 3 Bowling Team 3. DOUGLAS MCCLAIN Dauntless, Obliging, Unswerving loyalty, Good-natured "AlI over sensation" . . . College and Math Teaching 1598? ,aug rv- M sa' NC" l X-.af -if-41 ' LESTER MCGILVRAY Buoyant, Uncomplaining, Tacit, Considerate, Hearty, inquisitive, Eager Likes cars, painting woodwork . . . Officer in Marine Corps MARYANN DALMA McKEE Diligent, Admirable, Linguistic, Mellifluous, Ambitious Framingham State . . . English Teacher Philomath Biography and Verse Editor 4, International Relations Club 2 3, A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2. 'Z -gg I LINDA DIANE MCLELLAN Modest, Original, Open-minded, Staunch, Earnest A singer. . . leader in her church group . . . Nursing Glee Club I, 2, A Cappella 4, International Relations Club 3: Librarw Aide 2, 3, 4. DIANE McMURROUGH Dedicated, Intellectual, Agreeable, Nature-lover, Energetic From Brea, California . . . Likes Fridays . . . 'It's a crack-up , . College National Merit Semifinalist, California Scholastic Federation, French Club CYNTHIA ANN MEDEIRAS Captivating, Inimitable, Nifty, Delightful, Youthful Collects books . . . Listens to radio and hi-fi . . .Will work in a bank Glee Club 3, 4: Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects I, 3, Student Crier Typist 3, Red Cross I, 4. LEO JAMES MENCOBONI Likable, Energetic, Out-going Loves football . . . Business School Football I, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Committee Football Dance 2, 3, Candy Sale 4. 1- In JERRIANNE E. MONKS Joyful, Enthusiastic, Reliable, Resourceful, Irresistible Likes sports, piano, people . . . Secretary KAREN DALE MERCER Kind, Euphonious, Ready, Reserved, Youthful Handy with a needle, fiddle, and ping-pong paddle . . . Nursing Orchestra I, 2, Gym Show I, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Drama Club 4, Candy Sale 4, Field Hockey 3. LINDA LOUISE MILANI Loyal, lmperturbable, Nimble Interested in art and reading . . . Secretarial Work Glee Club I, French Club 3, Candy Sale I, Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects 2, Music Festival I, Student Crier Typist 3, Drama Club 3. Field Hockey 4, Intramural Basketball 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4. KAREN ELIZABETH MONTANA Cute, Happy, Ambitious, Radiant, Lighthearted, Illuminating, Exhilarating "O.K., CharIie!" . . . Interior decorating . . , College ilu Glee Club I, 2, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects Chairman 2, Red Cross I. fi :Z- PHILLIP ANTHONY MORREO Popular, Humorous, Interesting, Lucid "I don't think so, Mouthy," . . . College Baseball I, Hockey I, Candy Sale I, Basketball 4. THOMAS FRANCIS MULVEY Terrific, Observant, Magnetic Party-goer . , . College Candy Sale I, 2, Football I, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP BERNARD MORESI Sports-minded, Mundane, Overt, Keen shot, Youthful Our basketball leader . . . Active senior . . . College Football I, Basketball I, 2, 3, Captain 4, Baseball I, Dance Committee 3, Marshal 3, Captain 4. RICHARD H. MORGAN, JR Manager, Out-going, Realistic, Gay Serious about religion . . . Interested in photography Management 2, 3, 4, Football . . IBM Program STEVEN GERALD NAGER Smiler, Tops, Energetic, Vibrant, Enterprising Played football and baseball at Brookline . . Interested in ca 2 and sports . . . College t. MICHAEL NAHME W4 Meticulous, industrious, Knowing, Earnest Interested in painting and skiing. . . College, Art Internaticnal Relations Club 2, Drama Club 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Art Club Vice-President 3, 4, Track 3. ERIC JOHN NATICCHIONI Efficient, Reserved, Intellectual, Conscientious "Stillwater runs deep" . . . Minister ,utr -r Science Fair I, 2, 3, Math Fair 3, Science Quiz Team 4. RICHARD NATICHIONI Relaxing, Infectious, Capricious, Kindly, Youthful Always with the boys . . . College A, Football 2, 4, Hockey 2, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4. 21: JUDITH ANN NATOLI Joyful, Understanding, Dedicated, Youthful "I haven't got time!" . . . Teacher Glee Club I, 2, A Cappella 3, 4, French Club 3, Talent Show 3, District Choir 3, Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3, Senior Play 4, JUDITH ANN NICHOLS Jovial, Useful, Diligent, Young at heart Letters to France . . . "How's what's his name?" . . . Twirling Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, Bowling 2, Math Fair 2, Majorette 4, French Club 4, Candy Sale I, 2. W1 . WILLIAM H. NICKLASSON Bounclless, Imaginative, Lively, Likable N, ' 'W Talented ancl versatile . . . Commercial Artist ' ' 4 Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Art Club, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Music Festival I, 2, 3, Art Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair I, 2, Senior Play 4, Prom Decorations 3, Philomath Art Staff 4. JAMES NICOLAS Noticeable, Independent, Capricious, Knowing Doctor of junk cars . . . Worker for the Boston Globe CAROL JEAN NIGHTINGALE Careful, Admirable, Relaxed, Obliging, Liberal A careful clerical worker . . . Secretary Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, -1, Candy Sale 2: Student Crier Typ'st 2, 3. DONNA LOUISE NILGES Determined, Out-going, Natural, Nice, Affable Likes skiing, dancing , . . Dislikes homework . . Nursfng M Glee Club 4. CAROLE NOONAN Graceful, Amusing, Busy, Expressive Dreamer. . . Water skier. . . College Chrisimas Prciects I, 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Drama Club 3, 4. LEE ANN NORTHUP Lfvely, Earnest, Enthusiastic "AlI artists eren't beatnicksu . . . Art Teacher Art Club 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 3, Philomath Art Staff 4, Girls' Basketball Manager -1. PHILIP ALAN ODABACHI Promising, Habile, Informal, Loquacious "I don't know" . . . Lawyer International Relations Club I, 2, Debating Club I, 2, Tennis 3, Archery 3. SHANNA ELIZABETH O'GRADY Bright, Eifervescent, Eager, Talkative, Little, Eruptive "I guess" . . . Social Wcrker Glee Club I, 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Science Fair 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Library Aide I, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2. I9 .-P WILLIAM MICHAEL NOTIS Bright, ingenious, Likable, Learned "Oh yeah!" . . . Likes girls . . . Doctor International Relations Club 4. FRANCES ELIZABETH NUTTING Festive, Reliable, Ambitious, Neighborly, Natural, Amiable "Thank the Lord!" . , . "Say it with music" . . . Music Teacher Club 3, International Relations Club 3, Volleyball 3, Orchestra 4. sn: Pcrgcnality-plus, Unselfish, Gregarious "L,,Ughtf,-r is contagious" . . . Hairdresser Cflncly Sfilf? l, 2, Glen Clula 2, 4- Pvrl Eril-rgvlif, lil-fra dfincinri, 2 Cancl, 'Sale fi, 4 STEPHANIE O'GRADY Sophisticated, Tactful, Exacting, Vibrant, Encompassing Likes horseback riding, swimming, dancing . . . To become a Nun Glee Club 3, 4, Marshal 4, Pep Squad 4. JANIS B. ORAZI Jovial, Amicable, Nimblc, Independent, Sensible Interested in water skiing, bowling, cheering -1'-'19 . . . Secretary Library Aide I, Cheerleader 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, French Club 3. PAULA LOUISE PAGUCCI CATHERINE ANN PALMA Neat, Nico, Ycn for modeling mrnnning, talking on the phonc . . .Modeling Track 2, 3, 4, International Cross Country 4, Junior Prcm Committee 3 A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Debating JUDITH PALMER Jovial, Understanding, Dutiful, Youthful It "Jump in a lake" . . , Likes Italian food . . .Secretary Bowling 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Candy Sale l, 2. 1' ' smviaos L. P1-xmos Sincere, Truthful, Earnest, Verile, Ethical A reliable messenger . . . Math Teacher Library Aide 2, 3, 4. RICHARD MARK PASSALACQUA Determined, Intelligent, Candid, Keen "Goodness" . . . Dislikes undecided girls . . . Business Administration Marshal 4, Christmas Proiects T, 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Science Fair 4. JosEPHuNE E. PASSAMONTE V, Jovial, Outgoing S Likes ice skating, parties . . . Cosmetology A Cappella 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 3, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Projects 3, Drama Club. KEITH WAYNE PATTERSON sa Known, Emphatic, Independent, Thinker, Hopeful Loves his Chevy . . . Undecided Christmas Proiects l, 2, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS PAYNE Tireless, Original, Merry-making Likes living it to the end . . . Funeral Director Nuff' Marshal 4. ANGELA ELIZABETH PEPE Attractive, Nonsensical, Garrulous, Energetic, Likable Great school spirit . . . Secretary 5. Senior Steering Committee 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4, Library Aide 4, Field Hockey 3, 4. "ny STEPHEN PEPI Party-goer, Exuberant, Peppy Likes living it up . . . College Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Red Cross 2, 3, 4. GEORGE PLESHAW Busy, Unfaltering, Nimble, "Kool", Youthful Likes playing hockey for F.S.H,S .... Trade School Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT POIRIER Robust, Observant, Blond, Brawny, Yen for living Outstanding in sports . , . College Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball i, 2, 3, -1, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Deco Committee Junior Prom 3, Red Cross 2, 3, -1, Christmas Projects 3, -1. , JOHN E. POMFRED Knowing, lmpulsive, Noteworthy, Genial Bowling is his alley . . . Likes people . . .Work Baseball 2, Hockey 2. JoHN ANTHONY Postizzi I Capable, Understanding, Zealous, Zesty, Impetuous Likes sports . . . Trade School Football I, 2, 3, Hockey I, 2, 3. CHARLES WILLIAM PRIESTMAN Buoyant, lndustricus, Lighthearted, Level-headed Likes hunting . . . stamp collecting . . . Teaching career Band I, 2, International Relations 3, 4, Drama Club 4. JOHN EDWARD QUINLAN Jester, Optimistic, Hardy, Nonchalant Likes tennis, track . . .Dislikes work . . , College A Cappella 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3. CCJNSTANCE ANN REIHL I rl, Ili'-.-t, Niri-, Inagiiri-rl, Entr-rtaininq Clicfil 51,-CVf:'dfy , , -1, Intramural Badminton 3. V I t', I, 7,fZ,-1, Ri,-rl Cross I, 2 3 JANE H. RICE 1' u I lliitftlr-, I'rinfyirmllvm-, FHLJQOIIC I I 'I'l fl nfliiirj, COIIOQL' ' r ' 'i it tliil 2 i flirizlrins Proif-cis 2, 3, it Y MARY N. POTTER Methodical, Aesthetic, Refreshing, Youthful "Hello dayaI" . . . Physical therapist Field Hockey 3, 4, Tennis 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Steering Committee 4, Senior Play 4, D.A.R. Represen- tative 4. JANE A. PRICE Poetic, Individualistic, Natural, Knowing, Youthful Likes art . . . people . . . Artist Art Festival, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Decorations 3, Art Club 4, Drama Club 3, International Relations Club 3, Philomath Art Staff 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club, Orchestra I, 2, 3. JAMES H. RAINEY Jocular, Ingenious, Mechanically-inclined A runner . . . Engineering Track 3, A, Cross Country 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. PHILIP JOSEPH RAMUNO Practical, Helpful, Imaginative, Likable Heading for college and the communications field Bowling I, 2, 3, International Relations Club 3. 56 .I BARBARA F. ROBERTS Benign, Active, Bubbling, Scholarly, ldealistic, Earnest KATHLEEN RICHARDSON Kind, Alert, Talented, Humorous, Youthful Horseback riding . . . "Good things come in small packages" Marriage Candy Sale 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LOUISE ROBBINS Placid, Amiable, Tacttul "Oh my goodness" . . . A born singer . . . Teacher Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella 4, French Club 4, Future Teache's ot America 4, Ticket Committee Senior Play 4. Sunny and sensational . . . College and teaching Picture Editor, Philomath 4, Crier Staff 4, First Prize Math Fair 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Library Aide I, 2, 4, Debating Club 3, Science Fair I, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 3, 4. SUSAN JANE ROCH Resolute, Optimistic, Capricious, Kind, Yearning Quiet and capable . . . Nursing Bowling Team I, Science Fair 2, Candy Sale I, 2. GORDON SALAK Iss. u, as fl, gkkdn-"br'r, NANCY ROCHE Nice, Assiduous, Natural "lt's been nice to know you" . . . Nursing Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 4, Senior Play 4. MANUEL ANTONIO RUSSO Muscular, Adventurous, Nimble, Neat, Earnest, Young "It's only a reason" . . . Tries understanding girls . . . Electronics Football I, Gym Team 2, 3, 4. Gigantic, Outstanding, Rambunctious, Devilish, Irresistible, Easy-going Active in sports . . . A leader . . . College Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Math Fair 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Committee 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, -- 3, 4, Red Cross I. JEAN ST. JOHN Jolly, Entrancing, Agreeable, Notable Likes skating and swimming . . . Model and airline hostess Glee Club I, 2. aiu, SHARON MARIE SANTOS Popular, Eager, Academic, Nifty, Uninhibited, Talkative. Smart "Open mouth, insert toot" . . . Teacher Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair I- Math Fair 2' Bowling '2- Pep Squad 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, -1, Biography and Verse J, ANNE CAROLYN SAROSIEK Accomplished, Notable, Nice, Energetic Knitting, crocheting, writing, CYO . . . College or Nursing School Glee Club I, 2, 3, Basketball -1, Christmas Prciects Chairman 3. HAROLD WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Hearty, Amenable, Reserved, Relaxed, Yen for learning His first Iove is New York . . . College, medical school Track I, 2, Football Manager lg Wrestling I. JAMES L. SCHNEIDER Just, Industrious, Manly Dares to be different . . . Future undecided Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. .qi g,1-V BARBARA SERPLISS Beautiful, Affable, Regal, Becoming Enioys stamp collecting, writing letters, music . . . Nursing Glee Club I, Ag Field Hockey I. PAMELA J. SHOOK Pert, Amiable, Mischievous "l guess you realize that" . . . Dislikes snobby people Red Cross l, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3. -J. fn? MARK JOSEPH SILVA r" Hvfirtf, lr1fl.,Sl1.C,U5, Pdlronl !lltrW?fg'vf:r1?'I . ,Likes cars and boats . . . Air Force if 'Tri in Proper", l, Rr.-rl Crcsa l, 2. MARY ELLEN SMITH ' irI,, An' filyl-'. Rfir-rvC'rl, Youthful iltfi fli. . lim,-rriztwl in rlmmatlcs . . . wants to be happy C for CJIJ -1, Dr.-rna Cluli 3, 4, Christmas Proiccts 3, Ag Candy Sale 3, Red ..'z1 ,.i,.- . . . Undecided JR. RICHARD C. SCHNETKE Devastating tackler, lndustrious, Capable, Knowledgeable "Hooray for the N.Y. Giants" . . . People are his peeve . . Football I, 2, 3, 4. . College DARLENE MARY SCHOFIELD Dainty, Artistic, Regal, Loyal, Eager, Nifty, Walking and sketching . . . Art School Art Club 3. Eminent .....-- STEPHEN WILSON SILLIKER Studious, Thoughtful, Enjoys people, Vital, Earnest Happy with cars . . . Weight lifter . . . Party goer . . . Indefinite future Hockey 2, Football Ag Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, A. JOHN JOSEPH SILVA Jocose, Affable, Carefree, Keen wit. Happy hunter . . . Sportsman . . . Conservation Officer Band I, 2, 3, Music Festival I, 2, 3, Rifle Club 3, 4. L 9 . .gs .55 W KAREN JOYCE SPENCER Knowing, Amiable, Responsible, Effervescent, Noted "Bologna" . . . Pet peeve: Manter Hall . . . Nurse Girls' Basketball 3, Business and Advertising Staff Candy Sale l, 2, 3, Marshal 4, Gym Show 2. VALERIE SPINAZOLA Vivacious, Amiable, Likable Tall, typical and territfic . . . Secretary Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3 4 Advertising Staff 4, Student Crier Typist 3. RONALD SYMMES 4, Feature Staff 4, DONN SOLDAN Diligent, Open-minded, Nonchalant, Natural Science is his hobby . . . Engineering School Track 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Science Fair i, 2, 3, 4, Second Prze Boi ogy 2, Senior Play 4. MARCIA ELLEN SOMMER Musical, Accelerated, Rational, Considerate, Independent, Academic Likes playing the guitar, water sports, travel . . . Biochemist Band l, 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, De- bating Club 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 3, 4, National Merit Scholarship 'les' Letter of Commendation 4, Glee Club 2, French Club 4. DUDLEY WILLIAM STEPHAN Sincere, Thorough, Enthusiastic, Paradoxical, Humorist Tinkers with cars . . . Likes sumac . . . "Phooey baloney" , . . Radio or T.V. Broadcasting International Relations Club 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Manager of Football Team 4, Library Aide 4, Feature Staff 4, Rifle Club 3, 4. THOMAS JOHN SURRO Thespian, Outgoing, Mischievous "Where's Smitty?" . . . Likes sports . . . Air Force Senior Play 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects 4, Drama Festival 4. Witty, Outspoken, Brainy, Animated, Renofwned, Funny Pet Peeve: hair spray . . . Scientist . . . Electrical Engineer Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Math Fair 4. RICHARD CAMERON TAYLOR Distinguished, Interesting, Capable athlete, Keyman The "senior wall" . . . Party goer . . . History teacher and coach.: Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Cliristmas Proiects 3, 4. -R ANDREA TEACHER Actress, Non-conformist, Demonstrative, Young Dancing is her hobby . . . Teacher Drama Club 4, A Cappella 3, Softball 2, blee Club l 2 3. J ..cn 1 Club 4, Spanish Club 4. r MARJORIE ANN THAYER Mannerly, Able, Reserved, Gleetul, lmpish, Efficient "Let's go to Natick" . . . Always ready for fun . , . Seve arx Library Aide 2, Bowling 3' Candy Sale l 2 Cltr'st"'55 PVS C Student Crier Typist 3. KATHRYN J. THOMPSON Keen, Aftable, Trusting, Harmcnious, Imaginative A true friend . . . College Bowling l, 3, -1, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD THURSTON Realistic, Idler, Carefree, Handsome Golfing Professional Golf . , . College Gymnastics l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball lg Golf 2, 3, 4. PAUL TROMBI Typical, Relaxing, Obliging, Masterlul Serious about school and sports. . . College f'N Gymnastics l, 2, Football 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projects 4. ROBERT TRUE Genuine, Unusual, Notable, Noteworthy, Extrovert, Realist 'Why not?" . . . Likes his pet frog and chemistry . . . Medical career Boys' State 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Bowling 1, Science Fair l, 2, 3, 4, National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. MARCIA VVACHTEL ff-3, f,,l, f-rtigtic, Pi'-,pr,n'.ilulc, Cligvcr, Irlivgilist, Angelic 'I -.-.ircifc-r ,. lDt'.lik1-',sf,li0Olllwssfts...TCaCl1CY HUGH WALKER H. .,f',f Urifr,iiiplif..'r-rl, C-iiiruloun, HL-lplul ilu- '.'.fli'i," Tiirlff 'irliool . . Automobile Mechanic Basketball T, International Relations Club 4, Assistant Editor of Philo math 4. JOHN TIRRELL Jaunty, Open-minded, Happy, Non-conformist Eating . . .Talking . . . Flirting. . . Peace Corps Football 3, 4, Marshal 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3 DONALD TOSCANO Debonair, Observant, Natty Cars, food, money, music, boating, bowling . . . Dentistry wil. I N -ri ff, SANDRA LEE VICTOR Scciable, Amiable, Nice, Dutiful, Yare "Oh Golly" . . . Active in Ohio . . . Future Nurse Drama Club 4, Glee Club 3. JAMES S. VINCINI Jocose, Inquisitive, Magician, Meditative, Youthful Likes sports, skating, cards . . . "Why not?" . . . Service Baseball 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2 J?- 4 va 'f ztfrrc, - 1 ,iff-'. - V? I J JOHN W. WARREN Jaunty, Amiable, Candid, Keen Hobby is shooting . . . College NANCY WARREN Natural, Ambitious, Non-conformist Considerate and concerned . . . Secretary Typist Student Crier 3, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 3. BERNADINE CATHERINE WALSH Bright, Ebullient, Relaxed, Nice, industrious, Energetic Enioys being with people . . . College, Social Worker Decorating Committee for Junior Prom 3, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4. JOANNE A. WARNER Joyful, Out-going, Jovial, Open-hearted Enioys sports and fun . . . IBM School Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects T, 2, 3, Candy Sale I. w-ai? r' "T, JUDITH A. WEDDLETON Jovial, Understanding, Diminutive, Youthful A smiler . . . College, Nursing Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Soft- ball 3, 4. PAMELA JANE WEISSE Proper, Alamode, Mundane Dares to be different . . . College Marshal 3, Student Council 4, French Club, Vice-President 3, President 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Student Crier.3, Assistant Editor 4, Feature Staff of Philomath 4, Merit Scholarship Test Honorable Mention 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANN WELLS Jovial, Understanding, Delightful, Youthful Enioys horseback riding . . . Hopes to go to Chandler School Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. DONNA HELENA WHITCOMB Determined, Out-going, Nice, Newcomer, A humorist Active as a swimmer and hockey player in Maine . . . enioys water skiing . . . Elementary teacher Swimming Team T, Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Library Aide 2, 3, Nurse. Club 2, 3, French Club 3. wg-v MARYLOU WHITE Little, Undaunted, Lively, Unique A smiler and athlete . . . highly respected by classmates . . . Fram- ingham State College Orchestra I, 2, Basketball 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Susiness and Adver- tising Staff 4, Science Fair 3. PAUL C. WHITE Positive, Adept, Undaunted, Learned Likes photography, electronics, travel . . . Peace Corps International Relations Club 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 4: Band 2, 3. 6 1' jj-f5t., SANDRA WHITE Sweet, Alert, Natural artist, Determined, Youthful Avid football team supporter . , . Nurse Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. CLIFFORD THOMAS WILSON Sincere, Affable, Industrious, Nice-to-know, Talented Interested in electronics. . . Electrical Engineer Future Incorporated I, Junior Prom Committee 3, Rifle Club 4. KATHERINE NORTON WOOD Knowledgeable, Abitious, Talented, Hardy, Youthful Musician . , , An intellect becoming a math maicr . . . College Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, French Club, Treasurer, Math Fair I Science Fair 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Letter of Commendation Merit Scholarship Tests: Math Club 4, Biography and Verse Staff Philo- rnath 4. JUDITH ANN WOODRUM Jovial, Understanding, Delightful personality, Youthful Likes to have fun . . . Hairdressing school Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD ALLEN ZANCHI J"ga'3u' Aft .ff-, flirty Known Atlilrgtcr Goof' 'Suri'-ri' . Pfirfyffiof-r . . Futurr- college student ififfl ,NT I, 7,'1,iigBML:-tlvlill I, 2, 11, Basrflmll I, 2, 11, GEORGE F. ZANELLA T112 zuz, frvi-'grit' O,i'iir..'.tic, Pi.-riul.ir "fr,-lIcr," Good look ng, lnclustrious, 54.15, P- V',lv'z..i ,fix '.i.i',r", "You ltr-tt:-r IlL'lll,'V'f it" . . . Newton Tmclc Iwi - 1,91-r:Cr','.'.2 3,Car,fIyS.1li- l, 2, VICTORIA ELIZABETH WILSON Vivacious, Interesting, Capricious, Kind, lmpulsive Enioys summering at Hampton . . . Sports fan . . .College A Cappella 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Sports Staff Philomath 4, Christmas Prciects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 3. PAULINE WINSLOW Banters, Artistic, Interested, Likable, Enthusiastic, Young "Where's Beetle?" . . . Hopes to attend art school Art Club 3, 4, Art Staff Philomath 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3, Archery 3. ROBIN ROY WOODSUM Runner, Outgoing, Brilliant mechanic, Instant smile, Neat Likes Paula and cars . . . Undecided Wrestling I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4. DONALD A. ZAMBESI Debonair, Outgoing, Natural Likes sports . . . Wentworth Institute Football 2, 3, Gymnastics 2. .s - J' 'J - f I yi , ,lt GRACE MARIE ZICHELLA Graceful, Risible, Active, Capricious, Eager Likes writing to the Navy . . . Nursing Candy Sale ig Christmas Proiects 1, 25 Red Cross 4. IN MEMORIAM LEO BRONZETTI Z Qcafzbnaf Qzbzkzbn EDWARD F. BACHAND Broad-minded, Active. Cheerful, Hearty Likes music, tape recorders. . .Machinist J.V. Football I, Marshal 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 4. FRANK J. BURNHAM Fancy-free, Rampant, Affable, Noisy, Kind Likes cars and food . . . Jet Engineering Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Kiwanis Club Guest 2. HAROLD BUZZELL Bashful, Uncommon, Zippy, Zestful Excels in Electronic construction . . . Electronic Industry Christmas Proiects 4, Vocational Bowling League 4, Candy Sale 4, Mar- shal 4. THOMAS DMYTRYCK Talented, Overvvhelming, Masterful Likes Fords, hotrods, big engines and his '30 Coupe . . . Automobile Mechanic Glee Club 3, .15 Kiwanis Club Guest 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 41, Candy Sale -1. RICHARD L. DONNELLY Daring, Involved, Carefree, Knowing Soends his time and money on his '57 Chevy . . . Air Force Chris'ma.s Prciects 3, .ig Vocational Hockey 2, 3, Candy Sale 3, 4. 11 MICHAEL GRIFFIN WALTER H. FAIR ldealistic, Newsy, Keen, Youthful Likes baseball, basketball, hockey and swimming . . .Technical Education Baseball I, 2, A, Glee Club 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3. MICHAEL J. FEDORCHAK Mischievcus, Intelligent, Keen, Enterprising Likes playing his guitar and building cars . . . Jet Engineering Glee Club I, 3, -1, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Kiwanis Club Guest 2. U tri ,y Ii.rIi i.rifiIil-4, C.igi.it.iIi- Kinrl , I ki" 'Q tl iffir I I'.i.'."iifi Mfiriniis if m I' . Il'y'ff", 21, CIiri',?nt.iz Proimti ll, -1, Vocailoniil fishing Trip 3. EDVVARD HALLORAN I - i :.i'.ftt,iII.ii'i1t'.,.ir", it fjvrifrnl . . . Air ICIC1: I i, .1 If i-iiitl -TI 7 .1 Chr ztmfit Proii-its 7. -1, Candy bale 1 DENNIS J. l-lORRlGAN Droll, Epigrarnmatic, Noisy, Nonsensicai, Yearning Enioys people, Maine, and lust having fun . . . Air Force Gymnastics 2, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Student Courici 3, V RICHARD LEE JAY Jolly, Ambitious, Youthful Likes music and building things. . . Diesel Engineering Biography and Verse Committee 4. PAUL KNOVVLTON Brawny, Impressive, Game, "D"andy Likes fishing, selling, and playing guitar.. . Experimental Machinist Football l, Glee Club 2, Candy Sale lst Prize Winner 4, Christmas Projects 4. PAUL A. KOMOLA Persistent, Audible, Unconcerned, Lively Likes bowling, swimming, and the wide open spaces . . . Navy Candy Sale l, 2, 4, Bowling League 4, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Christ- mas Proiects l, 2, 4, Science Fair l, 2, 4. PAUL R. LANGLEY Positive, Able, Understanding, Likable Likes people and cars . . .Advanced Technical School 43' MICHAEL l'l. LAVERDU RE Mighty, Independent, 'Kool," Expressive Likes architecture and football . . . Wentworth Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH MCMAHON Jazzy, Organized, Elegant Fcncl of clothes and cars . . . Quick with the answers. . . Engineer Glee Club 3, 4, Music Festival 3, Christmas Projects 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, Vocational Bowling League 4. THOMAS P. MONTAGUE Taciturn, Optimistic, Mighty Likes hockey, hunting, water skiing, and sleep. . .Vocational teaching 'sv-FUUO l elf Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Glee Club 2, Christmas Protects 2, 3, 4, Bowling League 4, Student Council 4, Vocational Marshal 3, Captain 4, Candy Sale 4. GEORGE NEITZ Generous, Electronic, Okay, Refreshing. Genial, Esoferc Likes swimming and water skiing on Lake Maspenock . . . Christmas Protects 3,-1: Hockey 2,Candv Sale i. 3 J EARL NIERMEYER Even-tempered, Able, Reticent Likable Always contradicts George on Fords . . A" '- Christmas Proiects l. 2, 3. J, Candi Sale 3 Marshal 4, Vocational Bowling League 4, Christmas Pi'oiec's A Glee Club 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Christmas Proiec's Cirfi f' 2, 3. Glee Club 3, Music Festival 3, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, -1 Student Government 2, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Vocational Hockey 3 4' "'M'x K CHARLES NUGENT Nitty, Undaunted, Gallant, Energetic Likes cars and trips to Fieldstone, Mass .... Air Force Christmas Projects 3, Vocational Fishing Trip 3, Vocational Bowling 3, 4, Lighting Senior Variety Show 3, Prom Lighting 3. ALAN C. PETERS Ambitious, Lively Well-informed politician . . . Likes to talk . . Electrician Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Vocational Hockey 2. ERNEST F. PRUSSMAN Herculean, Obliging, Silent, Sensible Likes race cars and Corvettes . . . Air Force Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Candy Sale 4. GENE C. SABOURIN Gregarious, Entertaining, Natural, Enthusiastic Likesskeet shooting, hunting, skin diving . . . Air Force Glee Club 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Junior Prom Lighting 3, 4, Candy Sale 4. DENNIS WHITE Nitty, Hearty, Irnpulsivc, Talkative, Energetic, Youthful Likrs pliiyirig hockey, skating and Al9 . . . Jet Engineering Gmc Chiu 2, 4, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Christmas Proiects Chairman 3, A 4 '14 Smit S-', 3, -1: A Cappella . DONALD WILLIAMS VI 'if I-in-Il gram, likalylr-, Levvleheadcd Lvl" Uirclf.. Navy o if,r..1l ilgwlfng 4, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Candy Sale 4. JAMES PICCIRILLO Jaunty, Inspiring, Marvelous Likes cars, electronics and wrinkling Falcon fenders . . . Electronics Glee Club 3, Christmas Proiects 3, Gymnastics 'l, 2, Candy Sale 3, 4. PHIL POMEROY Popular, Heady, Involved, Lucid Likes cars, electronics and girls . . . Further schooling Glee Club 3, Music Festival 3, Marshal 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proi- ects 2, 3, 4. Q gi' 4. JAMES M. SLATKAVITZ Judicious, Intelligent, Modest Enjoys electronics and the sidehorse . . . Wentworth Gymnastics l, 2, 3, Captain 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Marshal 3, 4, Student Crier Staff 3, 4, Senior Steering Committee 4, Brass Choir 4. JOHN W. SMITH Jubilant, Orotund, Higgledy-piggledy, Nice Talks about a special '51 Ford . . . Air Force Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Vocational Bowling 3, Vocational Fishing Trip 2, Prom Lighting 2, 3, Candy Sale 3. A cgefzzbr CSUIUQFQIQUGS Was! jypzbaf Jpzosf ,fpopukr Elaine Datfi-Dick Taylor Sue Hanley-Bruce Howard Was! gzzfefyezzf ' Pam DiPesa-Bob True bsf C3122 Cere 9734 051' csopfzkfzbafeof Elaine Datfi-Roger Edwards Pam Weisse-Doug Breault "1-z - ' +-Hu - - . 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Second row: R. Holmes, L. Sobieski, R. Franchi, P. DeWoIfe, F. Lannigan, P. Hastings D. Renzi, J. Yee, I. Nelson, G. Ferraro, J. Slatkavitz, M. Needleman, M. Nelson, D. Prince. Third row: J. Geisler, B. Ross, M. Ropi, S. Moulton, D. Lopez, G. Kindler G. Mannarino. Fourth row: C. Riehl, C. Matheson, G. Stonecliff, B. Grimm, W. Crane, S. Ferguson, L. Loring. BRIAN HASTINGS Dixieland March GENE FERRARO 451 fx f ll III 111 I I Sli 1lll1.l11H11ZU1111 ll-1111 N Q. .Q .XQ i - S I 3 1 U1 I fx., D-f gwaiieiflgfrff if' J W tien the Saints Go Nlctrcl-.1 fm I f"Xf'Sf-5 gffirgflig agcliff' MR. ONESCHUK 'ff 1 z . ' ' 551 ff.-ff rf Li.. 4 I 1 Brass chloir, First row fleft to rightj: J. Slatkavitz, L. Loring, G. Kindler, Band af rally T. Gronlie. Second row: G. Ferraro, Mr. Oneschuk, C. Matheson. 75 r f Oofzfaf - fix x al I Lui f' ...J j Q ..n...4'lr3lhx . Left to right, first row. M. Grinley, J. Tagliaferri, C. Palanzi, N. Sassville, A. Cella, B. Howard, R. Poirier, R. Mansfield, J. Donnelly lcaptainj, L. Mencoboni, R. Taylor, R. Chesmore, P. Trombi, W. Ramos, R. Warren, J. Finn. Second row: Mr. Daniels, Athletic Director, Mr. Ranauro, Trainer, Mr. Galvani, Asst. Athletic Director, C. Daki, E. Zanchi, R. Natichioni, B. Larrabee, R. Schnetke, R. Edwards, J. Tirrel, S. Silliker, A. Lippman, M. Arnold, W. Kidney, J. Chaisson, T. Gronlie, W. Daniels, H. Moe, D. Stephan, mgr., Mr. Fornaciari, coach, Mr. DeLeo, coach, Mr. Jachowicz, head coach. Third row: G. Bodkin, A. Canali, R. Capo- bianco, C. Costerman, R. Morowski, D. Merloni, R. Goddard, J. Antonioli, P. McConarty, V. Thompson. , . i qi .JJ . X I Q ihead coachi, Charleg Deleo. Left to right. Augustine Fornaciari, Robert Jachowicz, JACK DANIELS Athletic Director gl 41 l-Elo 'S -4' - MARK ARNOLD if III PAUL TROMBI I 3 , 4 'U .ig Q gf 1- -. f ' ' lk. I - Ng Ig k ROGER EDWARDS U " RICHARD SCHNETKE WILLIAM RICHARD TAYLOR QIINI 1 . flip RICHARD CHESMORE fl'-I J n 2 . 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'F ' L ""'.fl:2l'1' ,N 5 -. in ., 4: .. . " - -' - 'uv' - ---f -1 . ' 0 1 I 1 lo if 4 4 ,JA , ,A . Kneeling, left to right: R. Towle, R. Magri, P. McEnteggart, T. Sullivan, R. Duffy, R. Travis, D. McQuinn, J. Jones, D. Soldan, P. Longhi. Second row: A. Smith B. Gilmore, T. Lane, M. Norton, J. Oldach, M. Taylor, E. Turico, J. Rainy, T. Miller, R. Kowalski, J. Regan, Coach Belforti, Mr. Galvani, Mr. Daniels. Third row P. Pickett, J. Farias, D. Sperandio, M. Leporati, R. Edgett, P. Seymour, T. Butler, M. Downes. F95 122912 Quai., i Left to right, kneeling: J. Lemerise, J. Tirrell, D. Waterfield, K. Garvey, S. Dyer, P. Cordelia, J. Capobianco, G. Smith, S. Bodkin, R. M:K?nstfy, B. Gai-few mg: Second row: Coach Woodcome, A. Caparelliotis, J. Chaison, N. Meegin, J. Taylor, E. Datti, M. Freedman, K. Ford, W. Loring, H. Hatch. R. Clements, R. Av-:ire G. Nichols, Coach Kocknowicz., Third row: G. lodice, mgr., E. Bryant, D. MacKenzie. Fourth row. J. Capstick, R. Hendricks, R. Perreira, K. fvlusgravc. P. Drennai- R. Bengiovanni, B. Smith, J. Warren, S. Ablondi, R. Haubner. J asfefgaf Knee-Img flefr fo nghtj B Posner E Halloran P Moresa B Howard, A. Sieberf J Anfonnoh Second row Coach Bruce Greely M Dunlap E Zanch: L Coffin T August G Salak I Mason J Donnelly B Mason, R Kund ,fn Q 41 fr:-T! SMOKEY GORDIE XNIGMAI 1 "-'J A BOB Q Q .fi 1' yr ,A T, z-. K ...F .--'1nQfv-legen had-U vt, X. 'r ,.. ,- . ' 4 ,. 4 M.. . H82 - ., X f..7 .ff 8 I ii J' ' l 'N no 5, x wah, ua --if l -63 . if ' ' .Vw ., Stick' em up! Smokey and his shadow G --. ag. , sooo 46' T--45 V TZQQBN-'-qr'L ' ffn Yr 'gmnvv' 'E' 11. . Tommy pulls down a rebound Loose Ball Y g c.r.... '- M 'TZ'fr4W ,,..g-"' 'fra ..4-"9 Q I - 5 - The star! of a fasf break! f' s ...M-1 ,-,..---"" 11121614 aryl? Zasfefgdf f ' 'fl 0' 2 o' 'e -.. Joe Tagliaferri and Frank Hill try to stop North. .-551. 3 ' .......pn4-l""" Here he comes. IZ, Block it, Bi!!! X . QQ -.V -.Q yi Q!! inf- A good defense makes shooting rough. Bafyle Off 'he 503,55 A FR, 3 'll I mc gy First row. R. Taylor, R, Hallorarr, B. Larabee, R. Lopez, G. Pleshavy, A. Locke, L. Miller, R. Warren. Second row: C. A f' N in-v Drake, R. Reed, D. Brandollni, P. Longhi, R. Goddard, T. Lltrle, T. Butler, V. Thompson, Mr. Bell, coach, J. Silva. Corfosron at the cage. ffm rv: 'WY 34 Co-captains with Coach: Brent Larabee, Coach Bell, Bob Lopez. Z. ff' ... , Great save! T' .3 1 ,- sqm- i-'6'W'3,.fJ! U 'Q 1 ,Aff 9' 'WWW nrwffhere This looks like an easy job. Behmd the cage 1 - QS if 4 s . Am. ' Hx 'N .ff ff 1 .X 1 -v rv. I I . af ...J . . 53 R 14055 Ounffy J? f 332515 Cross Country, kneeling: J. Rainey, L. Kitchen, F. Anderson, J. Jordan, D. Puglesi, J. Hastings, 8. Notis, B. Nicklasson. Second row: Coach Edward Dowling, Capt. R. Woodsum, L, Paglia, G, Stoneclift, l. Mason, G. Bowman, D. Brannigan, J. Ferguson, S. Appel, M. Nahme, D, Soldan, B. Koch, P. Moresi, Mr. Galvani, Assistant Athletic Director, Mr. Daniels, Athletic Director. Q fi rf s. A They're oft! Fine finish -if-s.,mf ea- , , ,gt at t'?"-- we 1 ILII ,QQ N .para .Q , fy, After them, boys! i 86 Time out ymn asfzbs 1-I 5 'ff -f -5 3 -I - mf- -N :Q I i Q fx if 2,5 vf r it " 3 'f-A of 'll ' Nl ff' ' ' f ' t , 1 I I N- , Y i',N AWN ':,Q. ,fx Q' .1 3 I gm fy' ' x 5 w if-4' 1 , sg V . l 1 5, tl l Ih f 3 First row: R. Thurston, M. Rossi, J. Borges, E. Datti, M. Russo, E. Carter. Second row: Mr. Wheeler, coach, J. Puri, V. Butler, A. Capparelli, K. Miller, C. Smith, J. Chaisson, J. Arauio, R. Levine, J. Slatkavitz, P. McFarland, Mr. Woodcome, Assistant Coach. Wmfag, if 'S of lt's a bird, it's a plane . . . Don't let go! Alley Oop! 4 4 D-s...u.,A -...- ,Vx Good form '-A ,WN i 'im "'1-.. i vt 'ra .em 'F' tail Ss' Q M, ,, Q04 57 ZQXOQIQCAQ Girls' Field Hockey, first row: L. Sturrock, N. Blood, D. Spencer, M. Steacie, J. Nestle, M. Sullivan, M. Folino, M. Cole, D. Nicholi, C. Castelli, S. Mahoney, L. Comaschi. Second row: K. Johnson, J. Castelli, K. Kimbell, N. Roche, J. Duane, M. Potter, S. Howell, J. Butler, Mrs. Walker, coach, M. White, K. Banner, A. Pepe, J. Cor- mier, B. Smith, J. Monks, S. Clausen, J. Blood, manager. fi-J 3 -.5,...ri V L , c, X1 J " "' V .. 1 gg--.. . V Nz.. . -- . M tn V ..,u I ws M 139- ' . 'z ' 'N . .fl ' my ' ' l . - 1 5 .. - 5 ff .... . . 5 , 1 - .1 .17 ...L h ' lfe'37 - 1-fS'h"r""' XZ J"-"'-1541. - - "'.... -. . ,A sf-.A " ' - .K . ...fe - :'-- ' N ..'--1 . .-..-- -- -L -M. ,,,,. ..- 4 .. V . , , W., 1- - -- 'Q 1-vhv- .r-v--'-- - J-.ff - - 5, .-' .r.x.'-- -. .. --v . l U 1, , ,-- V . ,N , -r - .J . 1 ai' ,-H. V,- lk Um --o " 1 -. ' ' V lf-, 1-4-4-.-. gp 'IS -' A, Q J,-. tg - ,Q CHQ? ' , 'g-1,151-w-3-i'.g.2.-v-,'w .v- M 'Q " "'.:52 '7 1?f'f -- " 'Y'---'----"' 'Scuse, please. l Co-captains Judy Butler and Marylou White. -e:-- . oh. 5 a A . ,xhrvf x I ua,,,.Z"- . -775'-S - '- . ' . . . 'f,,,uetpgv M!-rsafhllffn ' -- . -5 1.4.1.-nf.: ' X1 ' ' ',y.3"-Nui-'1n,a. " ui. - I. P I'-1 ' '-L' -fnh""'f'-w- rv' vi .,, ...Q , . . .. ' ' - A ev- -15-. ' . . " Q-P-'lf' ffm I .q4em.v.,Q , .., "V ' -I P' ' K - .. ' 'ft'-' - lv- "s -1 nu '11, 9453? '-"V," :fn - -:"f3m. , A Sling v- ., '44 ' . A I '---if-..v.-'-Q. le . ,. .if . ,,. . s.' L. - . :.'1 if ' ., ... ,., 'J .1....x 88 A p:Cl1JTC lg iffgyth 3 IQQO yfgfdgl not try fhe fOf B change? Ground sticks WAS! 92? 5 7 y3a.yAQff5f1! Q-J Girls' Varsity Basketball, first row: E, Gibbe, L. St Get Atkins, M. Cole. Girls J.V., first row: S. Bennett, C. Riehl, L. Loring, J. Logan, S. Skinner, E. Dolliver, P. Grahm. Second row: Mrs. West, coach, B. Donley, B. Flumere, E. Ellison, J. Duane, D. Spencer, D Spencer G Daigle "NL .-Jflmi Watch it it s hot' Orange break! ,tb 1 X Q! 'merry gets the upper hand. Jvmpl -lUdYf Jump! Free tttfow Clauson, K. Banner, J. Butler, M. White, B, Bates, K. Tr J. Monks. Second row: Mrs. West, coach, P. Ferrari, E, f is L. Northup, S. Mayo, J. Levenson, G. Larnarque, lf. Jo rt l yea Zfze, yea A179 1 r V211 37. L ii , ' 1 fn 1 E g if i '5 ' 1 f.'Hv ,, . L' ml' s ,, A ' . A . .L ' ' ff . -AVN l f ' fx - A 'Q - 'Hi-3' NM G0 SOUTH un T QSXUUQJQX ouncz' '-.Y V7 Left to right, firstlrow: R. Mansfield, S. Hanley, D. Breault, J. Flanigan, J. Antonioli. Second row: B. Drake, J. Breault, J. Copitlworne, P. Ceccarini, P. Taylor, P. Weisse. Third row: G. Salak, J. Zucchi, V. Butler, L. Rendell, D. Brandolini, P. Tamagno, G, Betti, J. Donnelly. Fourth row: G. Ferraro, I. Mason, F. Barnicle, T. Disantis, R. Trudel, T. Ferraro, T. Gronlie. . 1,-J il 438' Executive committee, seated: Jean Flanigan, Corresponding Secretaryg Douglas Breault, Presidentg Sue Hanley, Recording Secretary. Standing: Richard Mansfield, Treasurer: William Daniels, lst Vice-President, Joe Antonioli, 2nd Vice.President. Ml? 24500 .. G 5 :I at ' K 3 Q- All right, iust put your ccnlribulione In frie box. l N y . 1 . O 5-'M' X" . , . .. K ,. . 1 'D x 1? l . l Y Senior members: seated Ileft fo righfjz S. Hanley, D. Breault, R. Mansfield. Second 5 4' row: G. Ferraro, J. Breaulf, G. Salak, P. f Weisse, J. Donnelly. Third row: F. Barnicle, R. Drake, T. Gronlie. The council discusses a "serious" problem, W'll I l'st 1 ! ' You Pease ' en 0 me Joe Donnelly, Jewish War Veteran Award, Marx Pong: DAR, Axxargs Dmalss 5"95UlT, 5TUd6'r1f Gcxernmcnr Day Repregpnvyvg Award, L., -1', Junior Co-ordinators: Jean Flanigan and Don Brandolini. 3.x L fini' Sophomore Co-ordinators: Pat Taylor and Tony Digantis. Freshman Co-ordiriafors: Linda Rendell and Vernon Butler. 94 am! Safe y Candy sale winners: Paul Knowlton, Libby Senior Co-ordinators: Pam W e i s s e and Bruce Howard. Bartlett, and William Garrett. '- Ep-Q.. '. I 1-rr. Home room A-6 sold the most candy. You want how many pounds of candy? -, Family Projects: Joe Antonioli and Judy Copithorne r -,fm-. ,cil- AN S OF D FOR SALVATION R M Y Co-ordinator: Doug Breaulf Publicity: Par Taylor and Don Brandolin are -all Save the Children Federation Linda Rendell and Sue Hanley The whole group X Supplies: John Zucchi and Tom Ferraro Salvalion Army: Tony Disanfis and Gena Fcrraro QSXQ 9141112 y jommzffe es LJ error Q .,?EE'inQ Comnwmeez Heh fo righrj firsr row: Aclxiisor, Mrs. McDuffieg Drake. B. Ho.-.arcl, S. Hanley, J. Donnelly. Second row: E. Donahue, A. eo, 'l."l. Power, B, Roberls, P. Weisse, S. Howell, J. Blood. Third row: G. DFVEVC, D. larrabee, R. Mansfield, R. Fishman, G. Sabourin, J, Slafkavitz. Senior Class Officers Heh fo righrj: Robert Drake, Treas urer, Bruce Howard, President, Sue Hanley, Secretary Joe Donnelly, Vice-President. Talking if over. 1 I1 I i r , i ,Jr r wil rg Mus V.mq.,mvag1,-, advisor, J. AnY00iOli, J -. l l U fi fri r 2. Pl.r.nf3von, S Cvlla, J Logan, M. Anlonioli, I' l , - V' ' li " lnlgllp- ll, l Joi n-nn, D, VJcoll1ousC, D. Salem, R. Trodol. 'rr f N lf' l. mn, I l.:2lf-X D Brfinclolrnrv S N17-1-rllvmon. Junior Class Officers: Klcff ro righfj: Joe Antonioli, Vice- Prcsidcnr, Judy Copirhornc, Secretary, John Zucchi, President. I lulv irwmia mil lif' X . FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ASSOCIATION PUBLICATION Editors of Student Crier: Robert Drake, Asst. Editor, Richard Fishman, Editor-infChief, Pam Weisse, Asst. Editor. rf y Deep concentration. . , e Student Crier Staff: Firsr row fleft to rightl: P. DiPesa, P. Weisse, R. Fishman, R. Drake, R. Lev'n . S d 1 e econ row: J. Morenghi, L. Saleson, J. Blood, B. Roberts, O. Boyko, S. Avery, V. Delaney, C. Levine. Third row: Miss Dowd, advisor, D. Breault, D. Woolhouse, S. Priestman, L. Rivers, J. F't ' M. S - ' ' izmaurice, ommer, J. Levenson. Fourth row. J. Zucchv, A. Lnppman, C. Cheney, D. Larrabee, J. Slatkavitz, J. Donnell 'ire -s - A.-3 -- Y. Carol doesa Royal iob. Staff Editors: Ilefr to righrjg V, Delaney, P. DiPesa, R. Levine, D. Larrabes L, Sale-ser, L. Rivers. 'LJ Ll! l .,1r L 5 Picture Editors: Bonnie McLellan and Barbara Roberts. il L 1' 1 ll A, , , 4 ,' ' 4 . " l -. 1 A - 1' Q l f 1 , p - Y. , . . 2 it .h l 4, J ,rl Y ,E 5 I li P ll if l 5 Q1 ln Feature Staff: Seated Ileft to riglutjf Brenda Marmar, Sue Hanley, Editor, Linda Leao. Standing: Judy Butler, Dudley Stephan, Pam Weisse, Karen Spencer. ' 1 jjfzfmazf Philomath Editors Kleft to rightj: Charles Chen. ey, Junior Editor, John Fitzmaurice, Asst. Editor, 1 l l I fl x. .,' Ihr l 5 l i l i ,, 'X A R L N th 9, Jane Price, Editor, Eleanor Eastman, Art Staff: Seated Cleft lo riqlitl: Gayle Fitzpatric , cc or up Pat Winslow, Stanrlinq' Joe Daiglv, Michael Dunlap, William Nicklasson, 93 gsfy ' , fi? 'g J ' - " 1 ' . ,. -, , ' ng.. I , , A A f i - -. l f r 'lg i' 'K ' A 1 r a :IQ 1' f-:VF 5, 4 1 4 1 5 H1 ak., nl 4.,:'-5. 4 D 4 i 4 . Q ' 1 1 1 V ,S fl 7 'F i' ff' S' -l'!g 5-is "pk .JY-4 srsfflil' ' . fs-1 'ffl' . 11 . sa Q' ., "4 , E , - I 6 r-1-if-' Sports Staff: Seated: Judy Editor, Chester Drake. ft . g-41' fs! .Y ' "9 .4 ff" .- na .1 C' . ,qv .-sg . Blood, Editor, Vickie Wilson. Standing: Michael Gaffney, f rv X Sandra Howell, Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Hamilton, Advisor, Don Toscano, Asst. Editor. Biography and Verse Members from Vocational: Gene Sabourin, Mr. Molloy, advisor, Richard Jay. V v1 N Q V+., V2 4- 'Y' i l lv 'Egg I Biography and Verse Committee: Seated fleft to rightl: Hunter, Advisor, P. Mann, S. Santos, C. Levine, J. Colacey, Levenson, K. Wood, M. Sommer. I Yi C. Eames, M. Faibisotf, D. McKee Editor, L, Gavins, Editor, S. Haebzwer, Sex'-,g . S. O'Grady, Miss Placentino, Advisor: Miss Janda, Advisor Tlffrd ron: T. Koch, J, Hn., ' x s li fi 51 S' x.Q,. ' i 'SL I Q is i Q g- , .a if .757 ' 2 1-Q ' A 9. ' 1, 3. ,Q ,i .N 1 Q, . .ML ag f 't M5 - ! . .'.'Iss Q-'J I -.99 7200143 206 l l T , l l Senior Marshals, Seated Cleft to rightj. E. Datti, P. Moresy, C. Eames, R. Taylor, D. Bengio- vanni. Second row: G. Garingelli, D. Dotalo, J. Butler, R. Passalaqua, L. Leavitt, G. Hagspeil, M. Dunlap, K. Spencer. Third row: C. Drake, R. Edwards, L. Coffin, W. Kidney, J. Chaisson. Executive Committee, seated: Elaine Datti, 2nd Lieu- tenant, Cindy Eames, 'lst Lieutenant. Standing: Rich- ard Taylor, 2nd Lieutenant, Philip Moresy, Captain. '1 Junior Marshals, seated Kleft to righti: S. Cella, N. Marinni, D. Salem, M. Antonioli, D. Ofcnti. Standing: P. Andrews, K. Kimball, T. Little, L. Comaschi, D. Woolhouse. 4 oh, MIKE!!! l I i '- I . ,sz ' 'L' . . 'I .iv I 1 ' fd V, 4 ' .' ' 5 X'-.-jf. nf 1.1: Y' .11 . .li I 1, L I il- S ..,. 9. 't x ,.l tt g .., , ,.-. 7 fx, , L Vocational Marsltnls, Firgr row tlvft to rightjf Mr. Fraser, M. Fedorcltak, H. Buzzell, T. Montague E. Hallomn. Second row- A. Ci-lla, C. Silvctti, J. Arujo, D. Horrigan, R. Morowski. Third row: J Stearns, J. Slatknvitz. '." " t.f4't'-f ,', tt'f.'i'I I abbnafjinor loczey ' 'vm TWV! Members Ileft to rightj: J. Price, C. Levine, C. Eames, B. Roberts, J. Blood, S. Adams, M. White, P. Robbins, S. Howell. Second row: J. Copithrone, C French, J. Natoli, K. Fitzpatrick, P. DiPesa, P. Weisse, M. Potter, D. Dotalo, K. Wood, C. Oosterman. Third row: C. Cheney, B. Groves. L. Johnson, S Priestman, M. Antonioli, J. Fitzmaurice, R. True, P. McConarty, R. Drake, B. Anderson, S. Needleman. Fourth row: Mr. Kelley, advisor, A. Nicoloro, V Delaney, W. Notis, J. Donnelly, R. Levine, J. Stearns, S. Stephanini, R. Fishman, G. Ferraro, D. Breault. The guest speaker, Mr. Gilbert Garland. l Mr. Martin presents the certificates. Student Council President Dcuges Svescl' I I I 51' far 6 MISS LATHROP You ca yu K 'XV' A' ufiicr and Senior Library Aides 'O CV, g,','1f1n" n hear a pin drop. Back at fourteen past!! Freshman and Sophomore Library Aides 81401220 C115 Drama Club Members if 0 fl X 1 KJ Officers: First row: S. Oster, Vice-President, S. Lewis, Presidem, J. Butler, Secretary. Second row: E. Childs, Treasurer, V. Delaney, Recording Secretary. l 4 . , , r i r i I 7 2 l i ' I I s x l .. r u M F I 1 , 5 X A ' l 1 Ji f v., , l 3 A r W Q i l ' l u l .I x V x l X 1 Preparing for Yheir first production. K fi., fE,riw' 4.1 1 2' 9, r l Q' A 1. 5 iii if ll 51. , A 5 ll, "4 . l 5 5 L ll ' I 1 1 , - ' ' gli f g T 4. r ES ei wg ' i But I was so sure there was a chair lwerel 65 JANICE COLACEY TOM SURRO il I 4 'I rx.. ' x A enzbr W ,A"'5 in -mfr " F l CAROL LEVINE X fffimi 'x."N, f"'.l ,Mu- '. N ' 2 4 1 . TJ f 1 JM. D Md4l0,f J Cf'1.1ff,f, f l mu", Mfss W.1Ish,darccIor, T Surro, D, Soldfm. S1-rum! mvv, G, Snbournn, R. Marowski. F- : ' I Y, J f1.nf,'f, W Nmiflnzson, B M-I-flu, M Frnhmoff, J Farms, M Po11cr,N. Rochc f ear f 1517 . is ka afx' I fhmk I m dying' :rf- He was sick one day and never came back. 2' Don't let her see your black eye. Beffy Lou imagines everything. Conrad sem h Last minute advke A quiet evening at home? r'w", ryuqq ,Xa ,."'f A ,, 1 , 'e W .,,,,,',5 - m..,4-ry Debanng Club Members First row Neff to rzghrj C Cheney V Delaney L Muller Mrs Carter Advisor Second row R Taft B Smuth L rson E Childs Sommer Thrrd row W Garret P McConar?y S Appell J Fatzmauruce iv and furthermore I assert rf, V '1 r Hr 5 1 r15 Chxrr C 'nc Vcc I If D vu f f:CYf:Hrf Nr Officers: D. Dwyer, Secreiaryp J. Price, President, L. Northrup, Jurisprudence, J. Daigle, Treasurer, M. Nahme, Vice-President. gf!! fu f 4, Art Club Members: First row Neff to righrj: D. Dwyer, J. Daigle, M. Nahm, L. Norrhup, J. Price, Advisor, Mr. Clancy. Second row: G. Fitz- patrick, P. Winslow, J. Bunich, E. Eastman, L. Ebin, S. Haubner, M. Macomber. Third row: E. Kroll, C. Eames, W. Nicklasson, M, Dunlap, K. Long, L. Samaras, S. O'Grady. 5 Advanced finger painting. .. -Q f nv l W, 'L k1if"'L,,-af' Y ' T 3 A rfb 444: ff" ' x k, .- ,dgxr V- ui., nli.I,fK QA. , x Q, ., '. ,VQMW f-3, ' - x f'.a,.,: ff' F., I. x -, . .J i ' U . -5- ' l all if Z' . ,fig 1 15 ,,. -. Q"- -Q- x' 'UI'-.L'?ln. """'iiFl S s Xi x. 5 E . ..,, ,. ln' u-.1 .4 ii. .,. 1 -in You're driving me Ioomovl Wm. om 8 'Y Sl .4 r Members: flefr to righrj, First row: Mr. De'Collibus, advisor, P. Culliton, S. Crawford, S. Fernandes, P. Drake, C. Drake, C. Kingsbury. Second row: D. Day, R. Trudell, G. Patterson, D. Carvalho, P. McLellan, D. Watson. Third row: J. Knapp, R. Wilkin- son, D. Barton, P. Henick, C. Matherson, D. Stephan, G. Sabourin. -" Ready . . . aim . . . fire! BANG!! The tabulation of final scores filfrg rjggfl gliomlng. . YZZXA C615 M52 + I cam H- Cnjd I f C0529 2 1 1 2 A?+M?f LIQNLLMJ- First row: L. Anderson, K. Koolkin, Miss McKeown, advisor. Second row: Mr. DiVittorio, advisor, L. Koolkin, R. Calahan, D. Lopes, D. Gorevitz. And that's how you make a kite. ,A N A ' ' I ' U Z Q And this parabola is devised from the negative reciprocal of the arc tangent cf this function derived from the isosceles trapezoid. Clear? i I I 1 I i V i i Mr. DiVittorio explains another theorem. I09 at . 9 L !f' I ,W : I . x 1 panzltf "W, 'S Members: fleft to rightj, first row: D. Bengiovani, J. Bishop, P. DiPesa, J. Nichols, Miss Haughey, advisor. Second row: A. Glesener, L. Leavitt, J. Farias, J. Gould. Third row: J. Blood, B. Johnson, S. Howell, M. Dunlap, C. French. Officers Ileft to rightj, first row: J. Bishop, Treasurer, P DiPesa, President. Second row: L. Leavitt, Publicity, M. DJn'ep Vice-President, B. Johnson, Secretary. l i Disc iockeys in the making! The audience awaits another song, We danced the night away. i..". .. 1 gf- XY, .1 -x'-, ip'-L '21,-Pwyxt . I., La nourriture 1 El alimen ' food Ill . ufufe M eac 1914.3 ssoczafzon 5-2' Qllv A MISS O'NElL, advisor Hints to Beginning Teachers MOWAT G. FRASER Head of the Integration Department Montclair State Teachers College Montclair, New Jersey PERSONAL GROWTH LEAFLET Numberl24 A- Officers: Ann Nicolora, Secretaryg Mike Dunlap, Presidentg Karen Kimball, Vice-President. i,l?,,.,-1-- Mike calls the meeting to order. Gin! We did everything from the hitch-hiker 70 the twist. QCOI' 7 op Rang around the rosy She was here a minute age. 4' H3 Drlk b iii 11121614 J eneaff uf your picture is being take ' in xvlv' l 1 1 f ....-.-.-.,h,-Q. A 4 I V a I And the band played A moment of relaxation The grand 79140122 yge ygfzen ng, I' We danced the night away. i Queen Bonnie Auerr with her court: Junior D4 Princess, Janis Meeker, Sophomore Princess, Maureen Sullivang and Freshman Princess, Lin- da Saunders. The Grand March begins. F1, -J 1 M V, P karch I I 5 Pam's Greek family: Mr. Valentinos, Mrs. Val- entinos, and daughter Pauline. CA second daughter is not present.l For most people the experience of living in a foreign country is a wonder- ful one. For me, as a part of the Amer- ican Field Service Program, the summer l spent with the Karademos family in Thessaloniki was more than iust a fun- filled vacation. It helped me to better understand not only one family, and one nation, but also the complexity of inter- national relations. When my experience is multiplied by those of the thousands of other people, both in this country and abroad, who have participated in the AFS program, a great step has been taken toward the goal of world peace. l am glad that I have had the opportun- ity to contribute, in part, to the greater understanding among the people of all nations. l0a,:-UL.. . .p ff... i!,1"J' N -K N , , s. - , g. ,u xv 'JDTA , 1 Vi: ff., '6- 1 '5 ...' 5 , ' 1, V- ,f v -ff ew! ' r il6 5'-' . 12261410012 1 r..a A uw.: 1.1-an. r M -.- . . A view of Thessaloniki's main street from the top of the white Tower. 'TQ A family of Holy Trinity Village, a suburb of Thessaloniki. :hw mar' -v",-Q , . vfifosy .-'-,.,',., ,' . .. x S B A bay of Chalkidiki, a peninsula in northern Macedonia Zrefof cgerozoe The bUSir1ess center of Moi Rana. At this time, at the end of the school year, I am happy to get the opportunity to thank everybody who macle this year a wonderful experience for me. When I left my Nor- wegian hometown, MoiRana, 20 miles south of the Arctic Circle, and my family of five, last July, it was with many and different feelings. I did not know what the coming year in America would bring, and though I had travelled in several European countries before, I think I was a little frightened to stay a whole year away from home in a new and unknown country. I must at once say that it was baseless fear. Both in my new "American family" and in the school I was met with a hospitality which made me feel at home from the first day. The positive attitude of the students is very important for a foreign student, and without the support and interest of the student body the AFS program would not exist. The students at Framingham South High School are excellent hosts, and I know that the exchange student next year will be treated the same way as I have been. Another thing that impressed me was the sports activities and the school spirit showed. lOne day I will come back and see Framingham South beat Natickli Everybody can be sure that I go back to Norway with both my head and my luggage full of happy memories, convinced that Framingham is the finest town and Framingham South the best school in the country. Tore's family: Tore, Mr. Gronlie, Gisle, Arne a d Mrs. Gronlie. A view of Kraenangen .X F T b XX it ff' " lyk. 'li I. 0 Hof I The familv in Tromso a nearby town. L-qC1ZIUI7IC5 4 1 7 1 ? 1? ? ! 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May I express my sincere thanks to Mr. Thomas Hamilton, Philomath advisor, and to all of the editors, staff members, and teachers for the time, effort and urtflagging drive which they devoted to the 1964 Philomath. ditor-in-chief ADVERTI ERS 9116- -. 4. M . r. Ks , 1 -X -sn? 4 .J , ' A112231 ' Tw . ,- X -.,y-EH-X xg 5 n yi. 3 Nw X 5 I. .X-rg -, ' Aug, f -fini-. 153355 , -, 'PN-i' ' ful"-.11 4 ,wfififf 1- nv- Q 5.153 I A . HQ, .JP ,W-A' ,jf 1, -1 .,,:,-2 X SS IVV Ax :Cf Q -5 "1 78 2354. L 'Sf ft! , ,sg , 1 ,q,19f:, . N.. .A gi ., f--Q,:'ff': isr,,w.s'51-f. ' ,lv-." " rv,-w ,Q 1-, :Q 'ylgg ,Q -41,1':,?" . v- . ff 9? ax. f - Pm -We N. y, . . v .Q YQ i-ww 2 sy 5. , I ni We dreamy creamy II g I Official Photographers Class of 1964 KORDAY STUDIO FRANKLIN STREET . . . FRAMINGHAM. MASS Your Family PI1o'I'ograpI'1er Cdl' . . xy, F511 .,,- 1 . ',,' ' I, f.' ---I n--.' , ? Hx . .N '- fa I xiii ' IH- -.ow Iii I . 'A Complimenfs of WEXLER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. r II8 Needham Slreel New1'on Highlands, Mass. Builder of the Finest School in the Country FRAMINGHAM NORTH HIGH SCHOOL and WINCH PARK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL I Compliments of THE B. 81 W. LINES FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Molor Coach Service FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK Savings Accounfs Paid Up Shares Quarierly Dividends 59 Howard Sfreef FRAMINGHAM Complimenls of NORMAN E. JENNISON PHARMACY Walchmaker and Jeweler Devofed Exclusively io You He . 8 Union Avenue Hearing Aids and Bali e F"'m"'9l"'m Mass' Prescripfions, Trusses, and Surg al S p 42 Union Avenue Phone 873-744I LAFAYETTE RADIO I400 Worcesfer Rd. Nafick, Mass. Tel. 875-6 I 64 Stereos, Ham Gear, Radios, and Tape Recorders Besr Wishes +o +he I964 Grads Read H' Firsi' in THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS Compleie Coverage of Your Acfiviries Congrarulafians . . 'I' lndusfrlallagrttlrgenance Graduanig Class 543 Union Avenue DR. LEON I. LESHAY Framingham, Massachusefis is n ers sim Thxs ougfti' fo P1 d f H1 DLA' S2 C' n b ' ' , , I , . - . ' .r . ' ' '. I' .1 Q ' A ' X " ., -X . x ' 1- 'fi ' K O , x ., .' I T . fn' I , Z N K X , .Vx ls I' ' . A 1 . -r v - . Jcffg, ' ' CONGRATULATIONS O w THE PRGFESSIONAL K . x L- I rig, ,awk . P, i . xi A ,. .,, ' , . X -, Nqw' -Q J , K ' - - jk. I x -I. ,x -Aa' -.?, 1, ,A 1. , ' ' 1 , 1 ' L Vt. 1' -' ' . - -+ ' 'v-1- . I X ,iq S '- . ki .is ,, Q' '- 1 1 w W w w - x .- , N A V . , I I v , . w 5C3SEPH ALBERI ,.,M.D H Q FRAN CJIS-U. 4O5NgsjH mzucca, VXA" v, - '- . I ll -U I I I ', . I o -. ' - -- J . A . :gf - -M -54 vw - -A - . V , 'd . , . 5 1 MELVIN GORDON, MD. E Q BATTISTA GUARIN0,TAttOrney -LEON HERMAN, MD. Q DOMINIC MERLONI, ,D.M,D. ' ' ' ' HW? I 'Ml priest, v, gf 1 ' , --- .,,,s-h U ' . X TO THE CLASSMEVWK A K MEN OF FRAMINGHAM ! re ' .Plll.lLlP J. M6LLOY, DM.D. ' A WILLIAM H. OLDACH, Optometrist V. J. POLLINA, JR., Podiatrist EQIOMAS-PA-ULL, MD. SWHERIDAN s RANDALL. Attorneys WALTER E. SULLIVAN. Attorney I PAUL E. SYDOW. D.M.D. ELIOT L. ZIGELBAUM. DM.D. Qllsfrl Q. 1 Choo! 5 ' . F . lil ,we fe fy llrfl' dw II? Congraiulafions Congra+ula+ions KENNETH E. LEBARON DR. PAUL B. LEBARON D.D.S. D. M. D. om imnso . WEBB SUPPLY CO., INC. "To the Trade Only" Complimenfs of MARCONI RESTAURANT The Best in Italian Food for Z6 Years 875-0694 CONGRATULATIONS KARAS PHARMACY FRAMINGHAM Prescrip+ions raming am en re aes - en as - epairs 875-57II 2 Vernon Sheet- Mum: Sludms af Rfe. Q 48 Hollis Sfreef Framingh M Mr. Waldon S. Caldwell, Presidenf of fhe Framingham Trusf Com- pany, is showing Debra Radcliff and Angela Pepe fhe door and enfrance fo fhe Main Vaulf. Securify and profecfion of our cusfomers funds and valuables are firsf and foremosf in fhe plans of our Banlc. Why nof fake advanfage of fhis service. If you have any quesfion, call Mrs. Leach, 872-43II. FRAMINGHAM TRUST COMPANY Your Neighborhood Full Service Bank FRAMINGHAM TRUST COMPANY Your Neighborhood Full Service Bank Com plimenis of EDWARD SMOOKLER Bes+ of Luck +o fhe Class of I964 TWIN MAPLE FARM l2I Meadow Sireef Saxonville, Mass., 872-3854 "Brings lhe farm 'ro your doors1'ep" THE WARDROBE 85 Concord Sfreef Downfown Framingham Feafuring Sfyles Designed for +he Man Wiih a Flair for Living L Qugricafion gqmfamenzf Qompang AIR COMPRESSOR SPECIALISTS h 3374 WASHINGTON STREET Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. Telephone JAmaica 2-24I0-II Residence R. E. LUNERGAN 877-I506 Eleclric Razor Service Shoo Shine 40 Sam, Sm, SHOPPERS' woRLD BARBER SHOP HOME COOKED MEAL5 Wed.-Thur.-Fri. - 8:30-9:30 DAILY 5pEClAL5 Mon.-Tues.-Sai. - 8:30- 5:45 open 6.00 A M +0 4.00 RM JOSEPH C. MANNARINO - R.B. 873-9348 Monday Through Saiurday Lowerhvel DEMARINI'S l58 Union Avenue Tel. 873-8I60 CUSHING, CRISTMAN, POTTER 81 PAINE, INC. Complele Insurance Service I79 UNION AVENUE, FRAMINGHAM TEL. 875-48I0 X x Bes+ Wishes, Class of '64 NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER Hodes Sunshine Dairy Cobb's 5c-I0c Vincenl"s Barber Shop Kenneih Hair Slylisis Framingham Savings Bank LiggeH' Rexall Coin-Op Laundry Nobscoi Cleaners Nobscoi' Home Cenier Complimenls of MOTQR CQRP- CAVAGNVS BAKERY Ford - Falcon - Thunderbird Ford Trucks A-l USED CARS II99 Worcesfer Turnpike lR+. 9l COFFEE SHOP PHONE YOUR ORDERS 872-3088 Framingham . 594 Waverly S+., Framingham Tel. 872-4355 McCRORY'S SHOPPERS' WORLD Complimenis of WH ITE HARDWARE CO., INC. 36 Hollis Sireel' Framingham New England's Finesl' and Mos+ Compleie Variefy S+ore ROBERT K. WADSWORTH TEL. a1a-ss4l WADSWORTH SERVICE Emblashed l892 FUNERAL HOME I08 Lincoln S+ree+ lCorner of Beechl l FRAMINGHAM Ask 'rhe Families We Have Served Th row you l 'r y I fold fh h .VTTSX -'1.. 1'es'! FRAMINGHAM LUMBER CO. Franklin and Beech S+. Framingham, Mass. Complimen+s of Compllmenis of ROUND-UP Roxsulw MARKET CARPET COMPANY C0mPlImenI5 of Congra+uIa'l'ions MASCIARELLI .IEWELERS +o +he Class of I964 43 Hollis Shed Besi Wishes From Specializing in Fine Diamonds. Wafches, and Jewelry A FRIEND FRAMINGHAM SAVINGS BANK FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS MAIN OFFICE NOBSCOT OFFICE I5 Parlr Sfreef 770 Waier SIree+ 873-3556 877-I600 "A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK" FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP Framingham, MassachuseHs . . The Finesi' in Dresses . The Bes+ in Spor+swear The Nicesi' in Formal Wear . In by Io A.M' Om by 5 RM. GORDON'S R+e. 9 FRAMINGHAM CENTER Keep Acquainted SHOPPERS' WORLD CLEANERS 3 If you can? d bl PUNT! AII Work Done on Premises SHIRTS - DRY CLEANING COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING FLAT WORK - LAUNDRY 11 Howdy! 'R' fs YOU! 13: , fa-QQ T. ,,,.o,.,v THE ALBUM, INC. ELM DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. Records - Paper Backs 62 Hollis sffeef Framingham, Mass. SHOPPERS' WORLD JOSEPH H. STRACHMAN, Mgr. Lower Level Tel. 872-339I 872-0309 1 BOB REDDING'S JENNEY SERVICE A.A.A. A.L.A. WELLWORTH CAFETERIA AND COFFEE SHOP "MeeT You aT The WellworTh" 67-7l CONCORD STREET 41 FRAMINGHAM EARLE'S BARBER SHOP THE BREAD BASKET 2A Schogl S+, I5I Cochifuafe Rd. - Framingham Saxonvme 406 Washingfon S+. - Hollisfon ALL PRODUCTS BAKED DAILY ON PREMISES Complimenis of M D S. P. KATZ, B.S. Reg. Pharm. 'LJ' ' " 765C ds+ F 'gh M oncor . ramm am, ass S. V. BONANNO, M.D. Congrafulafions fo . fhe Class of '64 We know fhe sigh of 'relief fhaf comes af fhe end of your final exam. Long years of sfudy behind you, and a big. wide world ahead. Buf even af fhaf, if isn'+ fhe final fesf - of fhe end of your learning. The biggesf fesfs sfill face you in The choice and fulfillmenf of your life's work. Many plan for college, some musf reckon wifh fhe armed forces, ofhers will seek posifions in indusfry, frade, business. We, af Dennison, congrafulafe you on your pasf accomplish- menfs: if your fufure plans call for sfeady employmenf or summer work, we'll be glad fo discuss your problems wifh you. Our Employmenf Deparfmenf will welcome fhe chance fo oufline opporfunifies exisfing in our offices, facfory and- warehouse. DENNISON FRAMINGHAM CAR WASH, INC. Simonizing - Undercoa'ring - S+eam Cleaning X' 372-5080 330 WAVERLY ST. FRAMINGHAM. MASS. Complimenh Complimenfs of of ALPEN's T'5 Junior and Misses' Apparel 26 Main S+ree+ Sherbon. Mass. Downfown Bosion Posf Rd Framingham Wayland - Complimenfs of THE CENTRE FOOD MART 939 Worcesler S+ree1' Framingham Cenfre, Mass. Complimen'rs of Congra+ula+ions io 'rhe C"'Ss of 'W LUMBER co., INC. Best Wishes From 354 Waverly s+. Framingham A FRIEND Mm 872-3537 PHONE 653-82 I 2 RAYMOND HAIR STYLISTS I73 E Commonwealih Rd. Open Three Evenings COChIfU6+6, Mass. Wed. Thurs F FITTS 'FITTS INSURANCE AGENCY W ' 5 - INC. I, 40 Union Avenue I 2 P Framingham E in Telephone 872 I227 CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of I964 For IO years, Compuier Conirol Company, Inc., has been engaged in digiral elecironics 'ro acl- vance 'rhe developmen+ and applicarion of digiial compuier Iechnology for' commercial, indusrrial, and miliiary uses. COMPUTER CONTROL COMPANY INC OLD CONNECTICUT PATH, FRAMINGHAM, MASS F'-335 .- ,- Zhf' ., i Yes. I'm faking 50 pounds! ARCADE DRUG COMPANY FRANK FAIR. Reg. Ph. I49 Concord SI'reeI' FREE DELIVERY Framingham. Mass. Telephone 873-3654 Complimenis of COUNTRY CLEANERS, INC. 824 Concord S+., Framingham IRI. l26l I93 Main SI., Ashland 38 Main S+., Hoplringfon For Res. Phone 872-653I - Comp,imen,s of SCHOOL OF THE DANCE VILLAGE MOTEL STUDIQ Halfway Befween Worcesfer and Bosfon . ERAMINGHIRUEEERTRE, MAss. 290 Uma" Ave" Ffamlngham f Tel. 873-7956 ee . . . iI's AC! rzaI's fhe way lhe coolcie " ll Qurlofn BATES STATIONERY CO. IRVING SQUARE . Headquar+ers for School Supplies THE NEW YORK STORE Distinctive Weor IO7 Concord S+. for Women Framingham Complimenfs of FRENI'S GARAGE 8: MARINA 645 Hollis SI., Framingham B72-I278 873-9300 COLONIAL BARBER SHOP For Ihe Finesl' in Hairsfyling Convenfional Flai'-Tops WALK IN. OR APPOINTMENT SERVICE Colonial Canfer Rf. 30 Framingham Phono 873-9425 "Anyone Who Tasles Them Once. Will Always Remember Them." Tel. 877-0I0l Complimenis of DR. ARTHUR W. EWING FAMOUS PIZZA PINEFIELD SHOPPING CENTER FRAMINGHAM, MASS. Try Our Specialfies Open From Il a.m. Io Il:45 p.m. 7 Days a Weak FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK A "Full-Service" Bank 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES ASHLAND, FRAMINGHAM, NATICK. SAXONVILLE GARINO'S HOME APPLIANCE STORE l5I Concord S+. Framingham. Mass. 825-5969 MUSIC RECORDS HI Fl - STEREO - RADIO - T.V. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES W. T. GRANT CO. Your Friendly Family Sfore KNOW YOUR VALUES BEST OF LUCK eeoizee HOWARD, INC. A FRIEND Framingham's Only Decorafive Wallpaper and Paini' S'Iore DAVlD'S RESTAURANT BURKE BATTERY SERVICE 802 Worcesier Road Framingham Junclion ICE CREAM SHOPPE Framingham Cenfer, Mass. A I I - Specialized Repairs - . . . GOOD LUCK. SENIORS For Ihe Bes+ in Food and Pizza Visif I'he UNION HOUSE, INC. 672 Waverly S+reeI' Framingham, Mass. V The ad Sfaff gals The TEL. 873-9237 873-8200 873-7I62 f Complimenis of ACME AUTO SUPPLY CO. ALBIE'S ALBERT J. ROUSSEAU. JR. 1 uf Gulp! I 1 CHEVRON GASOLINE FUEL OILS I School S'I'reeI' Saxonville, Mass. 873-9I60 ' 535 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. Than .., ,,,.,.Hy big ,,,a.CT,, YOUR PLYMOUTH-CHRYSLER DEALER TEL.: a12.zzzs ' come To "MISTER DONUT" AT FRAMINGHAM CENTER R+e. 9 for icious Donufs -E . "' ' "GOOD LUCK TO ALL" Jerry, Gert Milne, Sievie, and all 'rhe Gang. J FRAMINGHAM MOTORS CO., INC. LEO-ALLEN, INC. Office Equipmenf Specialis+ UNDERWOOD - OLIVETTI 56 Franklin S+ree'I' Framingham PINEFIELD PHARMACY Pinefield Shopping Cenier FREE DELIVERY - 877-2I00 W. F. WOOD ENGINEERING CORP. Precision Mefal Fabricafion I23 Washingfon SI'reeI' Hollisfon GArden 9-2 I O0 JOHNSON GORDON JEWELERS DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY - SILVERWARE 2 Arcade S+. Framingham Cenfer Shoppers' World Framingham TURNPIKE SUNOCO CENTER Oaks Rd. and RouI'e 9 AUTO REPAIRS U-HAUL A TELEPHONE JOB OFFERS BOTH CAREER AND SOCIAL SATISFACTION WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE, why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company You'II love the friendly young people who'll work with you, and the many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding. OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary should climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits, security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates. TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT, vital to the effective communications of the community, the nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full salary, even without previous job experience. Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE Honor the hockey heroes! if Nj A little travelling music! 4 ,,f""- 'g Eqad! I 1 mm fff. vw . A if t-vrrg makesl H. 81 C. AUTO REPAIR SERVICE Complefe AuI'o Repairs Cuslom Work Rear of 2 Vernon SI'reeI' H. M. NICHOLS Office Equipmenl' Specialisl' ROYAL 279 Worcesler Rd. Framingham SUPERIOR FLOOR and WALL COVERING Floor Tile - Wall Tile Linoleum Sales - lnsI'allaI'ion 66 Hollis SI'reeI' 872-3830 GULF Shopper's World Gulf Service Road Service Service Your Car While You Shop I Worcesfer Rd. Framingham, Mass. Tel. 873-9398 873-7288 QUALITY CLEANSERS 530 Union Avenue KERWIN'S SHOE STORES FRAMINGHAM AND NATICK Siride Rife Shoes for Children Framingham, MassachuseHs Regular 3'DaY I-Hour Service Delivery Service af Planf THE VILLAGE YARN AND TWEED SHOP Headquarfers For Garland Slrir+s and Swealers 943 Worcesfer Road Framingham Cenlre Complimenfs of DIXIE LEE DINER 476 Waverly Sfreei' Framingham 873-9I48 ENGINEERS - DE RS , M. Mercer Road Naficlc Indusfrial Cen+re Massachuseifs OLympic 3-7090 I AVERY MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. 74 Franklin Sf., Framingham SPECIALISTS IN Manufaciuring and Remaking Maihesses. Pillows, Box Springs. Furnifure, Upholsfering. Slipcovers. and Draperies TEL. 875-4576 Besr Wishes io +he Class of I964 CENTRE LANDSCAPE SERVICE 90l Pleasani' Sfreef Framingham Ch., Mass. PAUL o. sr-IEA - 8724594 I acl. lk in-- AZ! 5, .,. ,- Official Manufacfurers of FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL RINGS Rings - Emblems - Awards - Prom Favors LEAVENS MANUFACTURING CO. ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS EDGAR F. EBELING Disfrici' Manager I5 Flagg Drive Framingham Complimenfs of DE COLLIBUS RADIO 81 TELEVISION CENTER, INC. COLOR TV SPECIALISTS 597 Waverly Sfreef Framingham, Mass. 875-5200 FEM'S SERVICE CompIimen+s of 846 Concord Sf. T' mm COAL COMPANY 873-3500 872'-3500 TOMMY'S TAXI, INC. Courfeous Service Cars Equipped With Moforola Two-Way Radio Cor. Waverly and Concord Framingham. Mass. BOWLERAMA fnexf fo WKOXQ 0 24 Air-Condiiioned Lanes O Experl' Free lnsirucfion , . O Cozy Snack Bar "P"n+'n9- IIO Mt Wayie Ave. Framingham q 872-36lI ,Z erini Framingham, Massachusetts -f- 'X ff Q? if-T , W, is r ' X V'P.I?4'Q,- Cl 1 --e ffiiii-Irma 1-K ...A ,fff ---- ---' - ' - F- f ,f 0 "i"'i'f- 'fr Q? ' F - T M MM- A-A, ff ' 4 I? egg. - l I Y ,Vai-ki Y MI , f 21-"1-5??ji!f.g,ifg bi' ml , " i ii ? A R ' BRIDGES HIGHWAYS BUILDINGS DAMS TUNNELS I Complimenis of THE HOUSE OF GLASS KREMEN Gifis for All Occasions 248 Worcesier Road 65 Cwcord S+, FRAMINGHAM Framingham 1 s tu -.I 5' 1 - .1 dl Q, l.2.3 I23 I. 2,3 Try if ih " H Le? 5 i' A walking encycIo ped --. .- -.- -- - High N Meet my sldeluckl f'i iI'we,1 III7r,I I I:'1QwI:ovv , si.i,'7 I. ... CA' Best Wishes to Class of I964 Gafm ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 8: ENGINEERING COMPANY Blandin Avenue FRAMINGHAM, MASS. BRANCH OFFICES New Hampshire Tel. 872-452I Vermofn Everyfhing From Co""e9I'CuI' Homes fo Hydro-Elecfric Power New York New+on Complimenfs of WILLIAM R. ROWAN Facfory Represenfafive De-Fen? d L. G. BALFOUR CO. TAYLOR YEARBCOK C0 ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS fising Sfaff Represenfafives, Framingham Norih and Soufh High Schools Wiza rd - 1 353' . Freshmen gef sm year . . . 'fx if V4 L. .' KV,-4. g Fwd OUR SPONSORS Barbara Barfoli Mr. and Mrs. Aurelio Biuso Margaref Bixby Doris Branagan Margaref H. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Maynard C. Cheney Louise Chiumenfo Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis Mr. and Mrs. A. Harlow Ellis Mr. and MrS EvereH' A. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Fifzmaurice Complimenfs of a Friend Complimenfs of a Friend Franklin Gould N. H. Marmar Mr. and Mrs. Perley McLellan John V. McManus Mr. and Mrs. Anfonio Medeiros Mr. Alfred Menowski Marcia Gail Morris Fred Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicoloro Miss Mary E. O'Neil Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Pepe Miss Madeline M. Placenfino Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Puglisi, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Puringfon Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Ernesf E. Groves Berfram M. Hadfield Margaref E. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. John Healy Claire T. 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