Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1965

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A ,N . fh 'F 1 P ivan. v Bonnie Lisa Miller Gr If :Y L 7 4' OVGS CO-EDITORS Roger Levine Fred Horton ART EDITOR Lissa Ebin BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE Debby Day Virginia Delaney SPORTS Howard Hirsch Denise Drechsel FEATURES Laurel Johnson ASST. EDITOR ADVISORS General Thomas Hamilton Business Louis Trevani Biography 8s Verse Dorothy Janda William Molloy Madeline Placentino BUSINESS Bonnie Groves M110 AT ERAMING f HAMISOUTH EIGEsSgHOQnL. A IQBQFRAIVIINGHAM. MASS. JUL 12 1965 ' fbeafcafzbn MARY CUNNINGHAM We as the graduating class of 1965 wish to dedicate our yearbook to Miss Mary Cunningham, who has devoted her entire teaching career to the Framingham School System. She has spent most of this time in the French department and has been head of the Language Department for the past five years. She is also supervising the modern language program at the elementary level. We are grateful for her dedicated service. 2 l 12 Kvppreczdfzbn V-Q, ,M A ., H1- HELEN VANCAVAGE We, the class of 1965 of Framingham South High School, wish to express our sincere gratitude for the time, inspiration and hard work that Miss Helen Vancavage has devoted to making our contribution to our school a more substantial one. 4 G" RALPH J. MARTIN Principal FRAMING:-QAM sour:-4 HIGH SCHOOL H-, ,,' SI FLAGG DRIVE FRAMINGHAM. MASS. 0170i PRINCIPAL RALPH J. MARTIN vlcl rnmcnrngs PETER C. MCCONAITY JOHN P. JOYC! TO MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1965: An equality of opportunity for all to secure an education and to attain success in life was a firm belief of our forefathers and is a fundamental concept of our democracy. At Framingham South High School every student, regardless of race, creed, color, economic status or social background, is considered an important part of the school. All are expected to cooperate and participate as part of the team. You, the members of the fine Class of l965, came to us in September of 1961. You have changed in many ways and accomplished much since that time. You have brought honor to yourselves, to your parents, and to our school by maintaining good academic records. You have participated actively and with distinction in our extra-curricular activities both athletic and non- athletic, and have carried successfully many other responsibilities. It is to you, the youth of today, that our nation looks for its future strength and accomplishment. "To Strive Is to Accomplishu is our school motto. Continue to use the advice expressed in it so that communities, the state and the nation may It is with a bit of envy and a great that we of the faculty and administration your homes, be strong. deal of pride bid you fare- well. May every member of the Class of 1965 set high standards of character and integrity for those who will follow. We wish you success in your chosen field of endeavor. May you enjoy happiness and prosperity in your future life. Sincerely yours, Ralph J. Martin - Principal VERNON BUTLER Senior Class President .ilgs an g FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL ', ,,' 31 FLAGG DRIVE FRAMINGHAM. MASS. 0170! PRINCIPAL RALPH J. MARTIN VICI PRINCIPAL! PETER C. NCCONARTY JOHN F. JOYCE FELLOW MEM ERS OF TH CLASS OF 1965: To be president of the Class of 1965 during our senior year has been a great honor. We have gone through the last four years together, closely involved in the study-and-work routine of high school, yet aware of the many changes taking place in the world around us, As underclassmen we noted the attempts of Pope John XXIII to bring peace and unity throughout the world. Later we cheered to the lofty ideals of John F. Kennedy's Thousand Days and, as juniors, mourned his untimely death. During our senior year we observed the world's tribute to Sir Winston Churchill, who had symbolized the determination of England and the free world to remain strong and independent. All of these men sought to make the world a better place in which to live. We shall try to make their ideals ours. Now we are leaving our halls of learning to go on to what we hope will prove to be bigger and better things. As some of us enroll in schools and colleges, others enter the business world, and still others enlist in the services, we know that wherever we go we will owe our futures, at least in part, to the training we received at Framingham South High School. For most of us it has been a hard but profitable four years, and I know that we will never forget South High or all we learned here. I would like to extend my best wishes to my classmates that they may achieve their ultimate goals in life. Also I would like to thank our faculty members and administration for their help and cooperation in the past four years. Our thanks especially go to Mr. Ralph Martin, our principal, and to Miss Helen Vancavage, our class advisor, for their patient direction and assistance. So to all of you, no farewell is more fitting than "To strive is to accomplish." Yours truly, ?Zg4z'b091 Lizalihaff VERNON BUTLER I -Sf Qui in 3 -T 'W K' f ,A v ALBERT G. REILLEY Superintendent of Schools .f ii. 1 -1 Xi! FRANCIS E. RIORDAN EDWARD J. MORAN Associafe Superintendent Director of Secondary Instruction of Schools I. X14 I V s IO o.,l 'G Org .-.. BERNARD T. WHITE Dircdor of Guidance 5' . . 12211216 Qaafors Ulf, L' RALPH J. MARTIN Principal PETER C. MCCONARTY JOHN F. JOYCE Vice.Principal jlice Principal Y .1 6-XX Loyal Roofers All KV mzhzkfrafzbe Csfqff GNT! 0-5 'ts -9-:nr r"" Q-.n-7 f l FD I "5 TE. ,fl-5.3-.. M . Seated: Mrs. LaCroix, Mrs. Shea. 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Active member G ci: engheering college H ,ibilg-, helptul, hardy T Vey don" come much taller Intramurals 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, Science Fair 1, Math Fair 2. JEFFREY W. ALDERMAN E radicntes insubcirdinaticn S Tnginq ii tunl P Cl tical 5-ccnce eambitigng R apfcr type ct t,tTFQF l di1:,'ncfa"c lffirate T Qs'riv.'fprlr is the answer Omaha iNebraslraJ H.S.: Basketball 3, Track 2: Student Council I, Ger- man Cll-lb 2, 3: Glee Club 2, Science Fair 2. F,S.H.S.: A Cappella 4, International Relations Club A. TIMOTHY ALLEN G' 1 . .f-i" ',,. S ui. si T,-L y.., T" . tit A..,.,l - R- V i lf'l',"li tll fi MAFALDO ALTOBELLI F uture's challenge: College L ight, bubbling personality U sually on the move E nioys being with people N umerous aptitudes T rim, talkative. territic. Field Hockey 4, Intramurals 4, Christ- mas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, 3, Language Lab Aide 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers Association 4, Science Fair 3, Red Cross 2, 3, 4. RONALD A. AMBUTER R easonable, reliable, retined O vertlowing school spirit N imble with a nibliclc N onpareil, neat, nice I nte-rested in science E leemosynary, electrifying, eminent Band 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Orchestra. BRUCE N. ANDERSON S tudious . . . Intelligent l ntent on becoming a dentist L ikes sports E xcels in his worlc N imble mind T awny hair ...Blue eyes... Handsome Band l, 2, Basketball 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Math Fair 1, Music Festival l, 2. JAMES ROBERT ANDERSON M ivitviry, w-.l'Cri: if, it? E I-'Clri'tifi.hi'.qi:'1il M . . , Ri-idy tor tim O li, 'hit qrifi-n Rnmblpr R f"nf mln' r Mr, Cligpiilif, Y illlllflt"s'f'filIiVQLflliiyT1 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proi- ccts l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, 'i I X sfts LYNDA ANDERSON P erky . . . Pluclny . . . Peppy E ndlessly on the go T o be a teacher I nterested in all sports T iny in stature but big in heart E xcels in Math Field Hockey 4, Tennis 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, Variety Show 4, Musical Comedy 4, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Inter- national Relations Club 3, 4, Math Fair 'l, Music Festival 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH A. ANTONIOLI A dash ot speed, All Italian C apable council member . . Chatter T rue triend . , . Star-shooter I mpulsive, informal, inquisitive Y exed by laclc ot school spirit E ager tor victories .. Teacher and coach Junior Class Vice President, Student Council 2nd. Vice Pres. 3, Treas. Stu. dent Council 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Commit'- tee 3, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN ANTONIOLI G ives swinging parties A smile tor everyone I ngenuity and intelligence plus! E xpresses herselt well . . . ettervescent T alces part in everything . .. thoughttul Y earns to teach elementary school National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 2, 3, lst Lieutenant 4, Intramurals 2, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Steer- ing Committee 3, Library Aide 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Red Cross 2, Busi- ness and Advertising Staff 3. KATHLEEN JOYCE BACHINI D elicate, dainty . . . Kathy E ager to Please M odest in Manner U ndying ambitions tor nursing R eserved, warm, sincere E arnest ettorts tor success Candy Sale 3, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Biography and Verse Com- mittee, Drama Club 3, Musical Comedy 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, In- ternational Relations Club 3, Home Room Representative 4 PATRICIA ANN BAGLEY S kims Lake Winni, "Hiya Togu K iclv, trorn The Unholy Trio I nterested in teaching , . . Pat I ntovert . . . Independent , .. lnquisitive N cat . . . Nice . . . Nimble G ood Looking . . . Good Nfilur-Ad ... Gallivanter Business and Advertising Staff 4, Glee Club 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play. MILTON BALDWIN S ott spoken and sincere I ncentive: a college grad L ilces to read and relax E nioys sports N ever say die T rusty and truthful Football l, 4. JERARD H. BARNHART R espected highly by everyone U setul in decorations tor Proms N eat and nice ...Jerry N early a winner in every race E nergetic, exacting, enthusiastic R elaxes with models, cars that is Basketball l, Cross Country 4, Track 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Indoor Track 4.- LINDA BARONI B usy Linda L ively football enthusiast I ce skates, likes music and people T houghttul triend H opes to be a secretary E xtrovert Candy Sale 3, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, Glee Club 4, Music Festival 4, Science Depart- ment Secretary 3, -1, ,fl i .cn BONNIE BURNS BATES U nbirased . . . Luves riding N :fed f:r her wild stccliinqs l ntig-nt Cn a teaching Career . O ufck i-fitted . . . Bouncy l U biqufous cn the baslietbfill cgurt I E bulli .'-' nt, bright in spirit Basketball 3, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, , Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Sen- ior Play -1, Science Fair 1, Glee Club 2, Music Festival 2. JANE L. BELFORTI H 55 Q winning smile A lways on the go P al to all P lanriinq oo secretarial s-ehool Y en for travel Candy Sale 2, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 4, Philomath Biography and Verse Committee, Glee Club A, Music Festi- val 4, Red Cross 2, 4. "Are you really Alan Funt? DEANNA JEAN BERARDI THOMAS BLISS D elightiul :mile L ilred by everyone l ndiwfdual inlerezt at NORTH? l nvelerale visilor at lerryis M files it in time .with a "Caddie" V Q-rcatile . . . l'le'll try anything P reiivnt qofil: Social worker E nioys the night lile l. Pile sister! ali.-.ifryg there L aborg at the Sea and Suri E iiiqer to help . . . Never a Y earns lor Fi new Olds Ciflllffil Foolball l, 2: Basketball l, Base- Softball 3, Candy Sale l, 2, Christ- ball li lf1lf6mUf6lS 2: Candy Sale mas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide l, 2: Christmas Pf0l9Cl5 lf 2, 3, 4: 2, Junior Prom Committee. Red Cross lf 2, 3, 4- RlCl-lARD A. BLAKE DIANA LYNN BOIARDI P li' , l , i rilir 'l.i- f- r V irfi- L eiins toward romance H l 'i fi ll fili'. lf f .,,,i i,i ii iiri O ban-rviinl . . . Omnipresonl ., O Ji if 1 lul ririii, i 5 i ii rwii ii V il-tlily plui T ri 'fi l , li i'iil,i rift Pifli E ducfrz fill siurls ol Minlrf' O 'Ji' lil' ,il '. ir l i ' r L 'lVld'i fin lvar li-fit. .-i,fUiy',m S ii l'i i'ii ,. 'I Y. Afs OK, loo Hciiliston H S1 Chorus 2, Baseball Biography and Verse Corn'-niffee. M.ir'i.ir,r:r 2, fl, Bash-tli.ill Mnrmgrrr 2, Candy Sale l, 2g Christmas Proiects 'i, F '3 HS lhnfl A l, 2, Glcc Club 2, 4, Music Festival 2, 4. fx ROSA BORGES J ocund . . . Jaunty . . . Jubilanl O riginates a love for iun V aried interests l mport from Portugal A irline Hostess L ilces sewing and folk music Intramurals 1, 2, Candy Sale l, Glee Club 'l, Music Festival l. JOHN MICHAEL BORGHI H oclcey and golf favored A second home: Bowlerama C ardshark-you'll never beat him K ind-hearted and friendly E nioys himself at all times R oistering fun ...a pranlrster Band 'l, 2, Hockey I, 3, 4, Gymnas- tics 2, Golf 3, 4, Math Fair 1. The flight of the Brandy Bird KEVIN A. BORTOLUSSI H umorous . . . Honest U nilorms are his choice N eat dresser T owerinq . . . Tall . . ,iruzting I ntriqued by music N ickname: Bart G uns mean alot Hockey l, Baseball l, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiects 3, Rifle Club 3, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, DONALD BRANDOLINI B oy of high ideals R obust . . . Regular . , , Reliable A lways there to help N ever quits D evoted to hockey Y earns for college, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics l, Intramurals 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christ- mas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Marshal 2, Senior Play, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Representative to National Student Council. LAWRENCE A. BRIGGS A miable, aiiable amigo M emorable good nature P urposeiul, pactic E lectrical engineering his future R eady for any caper E xuberant-that's Larry! Intramurals l, Library Aide 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 2, Math Fair l. PATRICIA ANN BRIGHAM B londe hair, blue eyes U ndaunled . . . Unlimited ene B ouncy . . . Eedaizhnq ynle B ombs around in the "fire engine L ,, . axes Saxony lla Y earns fr: be .1 hairdrfzss Basketball 4, Glee Club 3, -1, Candy Sale 3, 4, Pep Squad 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Music Festival 3, -1, Variety Show 4, Red Cross 3, -1. Q1 SANDRA JANE BRILLHART M odel ot tashions and coittures O nly happiness and tun prevail D elighttul personality I nterests ot wide range S ports and a '57 Chevy H igh hopes in lite Maiorette 3, Band Maiorette 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Science Fair 2. JAMES A. BROVELLI B enign ways, beneticial contributions R eticent, retiring, refreshing O bliging, Otters a helping hand K eeps an eye on the market E nioys working at tviarconi's R elatively easy going . . . Jimmy Intramurals 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. CAROL S. BUCK L oves a good time.. .Great personality E ttective smile ..Cute blonde V ivacious and ready to help others I nduztrious . . . Good worker . .. Natural ability T alking never ceases . . . Loves good conversation Y on tor teaching Softball 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 21. JANIS C. BUNICK S oct ii . . . Amffiblc . . . Art I fJ"fil nirlinr- l'if13trg',', ,,VVilty N ict- . . . viviicimix C hvirrriing in her ali, E rig'-r ff, p irlicipfih- R fs ili'.t.C . . . liutt l.vir'1'j E uf rl i','.r"1 trif"TLl3liip Candy Sale 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Variety Show 11, Art Club I, 2, 3, A, Junior Prom Publicity Committee, Gtr-1: Clulz I, 2, Music Festival 2, Rr-cl Cross l, 2. VERNON BUTLER B lue and white spirit . . . Buoyant R esponsible President . . . Ready tor work A -l gymnast . . . Amiable W ater skiing enthusiast N ever on the ground Y ears ahead point to gym teaching Senior Class President, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Soccer 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Project 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Pep Squad 4. SANDRA BUTNER S illy . . . Seamstress . . . Sandy M akes the most ot opportunities I nterested in secretarial position L aughter is her trademark E nioys bowling . . . knits like a pro S parkling personality Softball 4, Candy Sale I, Student Crier Typist 4, Junior Prom Deco- rating Committee 3, Glee Club 4. SANDRA LEE CAMGEMI L ikes to read and knit I nteresting . . . Italian V ivacious smile E veryone knows her as Sandy L ikes two-tone blue Olds Y outhtul ways Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, ELIZABETH A. CAMPBELL V ictorious in whatever sho does A cc-zrit on tun . . . Nonchalant R Cady lo allcmpl anything I nturv-.ted in bowling and parties E faqrzr to bi,-crime ii nurse . . . Betty D Qxtrfvu' .... Determined , ,. Daring Intramurals I, 2, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, Variety Show 4, Tennis 4. ALBERT CANALI M arvelous personality O ne ot the boys D rives everywhere-never walks E ager to like and be liked S uperior athlete T akes lite as it comes Senior Class Vice-President7 Football l, 2, 37 Co-capt. Aj Steering Com- mittee 37 Junior Prom Clean-up Com- mittee7 Indoor Track 4. EDWARD CARDIFF E nioys lite to the tullest D esires to go to college D iver. Scuba equipment I nterested in physical education E nergetic . . .Athletic . . ,Capable Band I, 27 Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 47 Soccer 47 Science Fair 27 Music Fes- tival 1, 2. JOSEPH CARDILLO W ants to go to Gnlvi. Institute H as black '57 C.hevy E nioys parties, rallies, tootball games E gregious, etticacious, ecstatic L earned in auto science S erved on South sports teams Football I, 2j Track I, 47 lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 47 Candy Sale I, 3. CATHERINE E. CARR I ridescent blue eyes M erry disposition P ert . . . Plucky . . . Pixie I nterested in swimming, skating, and dancing S weet and sincere H opes to go to college lntramurals 27 Candy Sale I7 Student Crier Typist 4. JANE CASTELLANO S tunning .. .Sophisticated . . . Sweet P lans tor a career in business I rresistible. sparkling smile R allies are Jane's interest I nsists on pertection ot cheers T hrong ot triends . . . Party goer Cheerleading 3, Ai Student Council 47 Candy Sale i, 2, 3, 47 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4j Steering Committee 3, Aj Marshal 27 French Club 37 Fu- ture Teachers Association 3j Junior Prom Gift Committee7 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 47 Junior Class Treasurer7 Var- iety Show 4. CAROL ANN CASTELLI P retty . .. Pert . . . Proper E nd ot year-marriage T iny in her name I nteresting hairdresser "T raitor" Natick will be her town. E verlasting charm . . . Field Hockey 37 Candy Sale 2, 3, 47 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 47 Pep Squad 37 Red Cross 2, 3, 4. FRED CELLA F fiend to all R oams around with the "Gang" E asy going D rives like a pro D igs baseball, music, girls Y earns to become a dentist Baseball 27 Tennis 47 Intramurals 1, 37 Candy Sale 2, 37 Christmas Proiects 37 Marshal 47 Junior Prom Clean-up Committee7 Math Fair 2. SANDRA MARIE CELLA T alent . . . Pride ot the dance floor A spires to a future in teaching L aughter ...Liked by all K eeps a constant smile . . . Sandy E bullient, eager, energetic R esembles another Field hockey I7 Basketball 1, 27 Stu- dent Council 47 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 47 Steering Committee 3, Aj Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, Aj Library Aide I7 Marshal 37 Variety Show 47 Floor Committee, Junior Prom7 Pep Squad 37 Red Cross i, 2, 3, 47 Gym Show I. MARIE CAROL CERAMICOLI A mbitious to travel R eassurance never really necessary T cp rung her aim. F ull ot pep . . . Lively U nderstanding, friendly. clever L eans to art or music. Candy Sale I, 3, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Philomath Art Staff, Art Club 4, Future Teachers Association 3, 4, Junior Prom Decoration Commit- fee. JOSEPH D. CERUTI C alm, casual, candid O perates a '62 Caddy M atchless in witty actions B iscuits and bread are Joe's specialty O ccupational intention: Music S hines with ettervescent vitality Football I, Baseball I, A, Variety Show 3, 4. M. CHARLES CHENEY C hemistry, chess. chemiluminescence O h, brother! L ook out lor the chalk. L 'erary interests E mcels at all he attempts G ermany-the pertect country E nioys Wagner Christmas Proiects 1, 3, Student Crier 2, 3, Science Quiz Team 2, 3, Philo- rnath, Junior Editor, National Honor Society 3, Drama Club 3, Massachu- setts Drama Festival 3, Debating Club 3, Salem State Math Fair, First Prize 2g Steering Committee 3, Junior Prom Picture Committee, Science Fair First Prize, l, 2, 3, Math Fair I, First Prize 2, Math Contest 2, First Prize 3, Na- tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4, Boston College. ANN CHRISTIANSON S fi ri l i ldv, It ",ClClflF'f E -'ri lun . . .lirelc-is Energy W Ill W1 "I Inilp ,il ,ill lirrwz l ' " fr 'MJ "l,'..-.lif1'jfi'wdlj'iy', N "-- 'xi rl' '... Live itup G ' 3 rliif 'liiinfg tlfrrxx Basketball 2, Candy Sale I, 2, Glee Club lg Music Festival l. CHARLES L. CLEMENT H andles a '57 Chevy A ctive traclcster . . . Charlie P astime: sports and cars P rodigious. prudent, purposetul Y earns to be an engineer Track 2, 4, Candy Sale I, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 3, 4. "And now . . . Ill change you all into rogs PATRICIA CLEMMEY A triiir friend is hard to find C iiprlciouz is her middle name T cvriorrrxvvls liiiir Slylisl l nic-nt irnpcirl lrorvt Vermont V or vile ,incl Vl'.'1ClflLIT . , . Pinky E nifi, lDt',lr"ll'JtllIIVTFJCJIIVTCHTT1 Winooski lVermontI H.S.g Library Aide 2, 3, Fashion Show I. ROBERT COLE R arely without a smile O n route to the navy B uoyant Bob U sually keeps things in hand S ings well T ries hard: success will come. Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Music Festival l. CAROLYN M. COLLINS F un loving ...Lynn ...Witty E nergetic, strawberry blond A lways eager to help . . , Goo-d driver L ively at school games ...Devoted school spirit T rue to triends . . . Dislikes good bowlers Y en to be dental assistant Hawaii: Music Festival 2, Student Council 3, F.S,H.S.: Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee, Biography and Verse Commit! tee. MICHAEL E. COLONNA E xceptional mechanical ability N omad on the highways G oing to the drags, Mick? l ntuitive knack tor building cars N ever stops working . . . Fever pitch E ntertaining to the girls. Football l, 2, Baseball 'l, 2, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 1. RICHARD COLONNA G ay and exuberant O rganizes mischiet L ow scores F risky... Friendly . . . Flirtatious E ager to learn R ichard the Lion Hearted Baseball l, Golf 3, 4, Christmas Proi- ects 4. LINDA COMASCHI C onversational . . . Carefree . . Calm A nswers to the name ot Ringo N umerous aptitudes D ancing deep brown eyes l nterested in a business school D evilish in her way ...Linda Field Hockey 3, Candy Sale l, 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Flower Committee. JUDY COPITHORNE B est there is E tticient otticer, cheerleader and council member N ever a spare minute . . . Neat and nitty l ndustriaus . . . Abundant intelligence G entle . . . Success inevitable N ice things to say at all times. Junior Class Secretary, Student Council 3, Recording Secretary 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, Nation- al Honor Society 3, Secretary 4, Mar- shal 2, Debating 2, Science Fair l, 3, 4. 1 'hav X it SUSAN COSTIN H ippocratic Oath candidate O bsessed with skiing and riding R ates praise trom everyone S agacious in all areas E dacious Ayn Rand tan S a'ls serenely through lite Philomath Assistant Editor, Library Aide 2, 3, 4, Language Lab Aide 4, Science Fair l, Science Fair Committee 2, Student Chairman 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, PAMELA CRONIN T ranster trom Bangkok R ather be called Pat than Pam A lways ready with a simile V ivacious . . .Vibrant E nthusiastic . . . Energetic L ikes swimming, bowling, sailing International School of Bangkok: Hoc- key 3, Sottball 3, Art- Club l, French Club l, F.S,H.S.: Art Club 4. MERTON VV. CROSBY W orld ot his own H abit-forming . . . girlsl E arlybird? . . . Neverl E asy going . . . Nonchalant L cve that Chevy . . . gol go! gol S top and Shop: his income Band l, 2, Candy Sale l. SUSAN DEIRDRE CROTTY L live-, liufjh be hippy l D",'IlTtU'.iikJlOI'f1CI'Q'y V ifgf r'u'. tilkcr E va-r ready lfr fi party L -i",r, it iitcnlvil hygienist Y f,u"' .-.' ill li.' ili'f- tirrifi. lirlrl Hockey l, Candy Sale l, 2, Ctiriitiiwif. Projects l, 2, 3, 4, DYNT16 -flili 11, Pr-p Squad A, Music Festival l, 2, 3, Pi-fl Cross l, 2 LINDA A. DAGG G ay and gabby. seldom sad . .. O bjective: college L aughing and talking always F lirtatious, triendly and tunny E nioys being with a Natick boy R eady, willing, and able Field Hockey l, Basketball 4, Gym- nastics 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. MATTHEW D'AL0lA P reters tun R ules the roost... l'le's a king. A lways tull ot get up and go N uts about tood ...always eating K ind to all . . . rich in triends S otthearted . . . understanding Football l, 2, Candy Sale 'l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play. NANCY ANN D'AMELlO H onesty is her virtue. A ppeailing to all P retty . . . Peppy . . .Poised P otential secretary Y earns tor letters Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Pep Squad, Red Cross 2, 3, 4. VICTORIA E. D'ANDREA V oluntec-r...l3lcr1dc ...Appeal l ntr-rested in cars, sports , . . genial K nowlrtdge , . . stuffed animal collection K ec-psrikcs. . .Gaietym .Social I BM School , . . Loves music Basketball 4, Softball 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Glcc Club l, 4, Music Festival I, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM DANIELS W ell-rounded in sports l n all activities he excels L eadership ability in greatquantity B enign, buoyant. busy E ngineering: tuture goal Y ields to no Naticlc lineman Football 1, 2, 3, Ca-captain 4, Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Baseball 2, Tennis 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Crier 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Philomath, Sports Staff 4, Drama Club 2, Debating Club 2, Junior Prom Reservations Committee, Chairman, Math Fair, 2nd Place 3, Representa- tive at M.l.T. 3, Steering Committee 4. GARY DANEMAN R ight nice having you with us E nioys living B uilt-in, ready smile E xpressive . . . Quick . . . Suave L ilcable lad Hillwood iTenn,J H.S.: Band I, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Intramurals T, F.S.H.S.: Christmas Proiects 4, Senior Play, Red Cross 4, Basketball 4. DEBORAH L. DAY C alm during turmoil A dept speaker N atural geniality D iligent co-editor O rderly approach R oget's Thesaurus always handy Biography and Verse Committee, Co- editor, International Relations Club, Recording Secretary 4, National Merit Commendation, Science Fair 'l, 2, Music Festival l, 2, Glee Club l, 2, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Senior Play. ANDREW DeCOLLlBUS P owertul cars O ur man on the scene . . N atural tor General Motors Institute l ntense innovator A ndy, Mr. l-lebard's star C aretul caretalcer Biography and Verse Committee, Candy Sale T, 2, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2. VlRGlNlA L. DELANEY G inny .. .Attend Jackson? E verything can be hers R aises tish and arguments E xudes presence ot mind N eat. . . Research Biologist Talented linguist, skater, too, National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion, U.N. Award 3, Student Crier 2, News Editor 3, Editor-in-chief 4, Co-editor of Biography and Verse Committee, Library Aide 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Secretary 3, Mass. Drama Festival 3: Debating Club 2, 4, Secretary 3, Junior Prom Adv. Committee, Science Fair 4, lst Prize 2, 2nd Prize 3, Re- gional Science Fair lst Prize 3, Science Seminar 4, Nat'l. Science Fair 4th Prize 3, Science Quiz Team 4, Math Fair, lst Prize l, Honorable Mention 2. MARGARET DESIMONE A ttractive, attable M ischiet in her eyes l ntriguing . . . Interesting . . . lfresistable A mbitious . . . Aims tor business world B ecoming a secretary Likes boys.. .Johnny E nioys living and laughing Candy Sale T, Christmas Proiects I, 2, Pep Squad 4, Red Cross T, 2. JEROME DeSONIE S hotgun . . . Look out, bear, O utstanding outdoorsman R ugged ...Jocund ...Jerry T rabaio mucho . . .Chinese tood S porty marlcsman Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects i, 2, 3, 4. DANTE F. DIMARTINO l nterestintood ...Pure ltalian N ever ending fondness tor James Brown D evoted to a good time, which he easily creates l ntending on college . . . Architect Always with the girls. . . "Tonto" N oted tor personality and parties Basketball 2, lntramurals 3. 4, Candy Sale 1, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, -1, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. , 19 SHERYL LEE DINSNIORE A left and very understanding R uifles or dainty laces T ime for a game oi pool I nterior decorating and designing S ubtle wit T ints of blues and purples Library Aide 2, 3: Art Club 4, French Club -3, Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee. MAJORIE L. DIVICO C ordial . . . Congenial, A dmits to being a movie addict S ecretary . . . Sincere . . . Swinger U nderstanding ...Unique A rouses the interests of others L aughing smile . , . Lilces Water- town Softball 45 Candy Sale 45 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 45 Red Cross 3, -1. CHARLENE DOLLIVER C cirdial . . . Courteous . . . Concerned H appy . .. I-Iospiiable A mbition is 'to be a nurse R egrets not having an older brother L ilces dancing, football, games, parties Candy Sale I, 2, 3, A, Intramurals 2, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Variety Show 4, Art Club 4, French Club 3, -1, Pep Squad 3, Math Fair 2, Ticket and Decorating Committee of International Holiday 3. MANCEL DOVVNES E li ft In he ii Pliygici in IPL-.iii-: I Cf frtvl N 'i fl lor irilt-ilu-CI . . . Savant G riii'iii'-t"I'.IIiCiI71ll,l"'Cl't',' ri ii: pfriiiqfi, Liii,.f'iCi r'i'iiifi. f"r' tbl" I '. fiil'1'f "l' fl 413 itrip" JOHN DOWNING B ound tor the Navy O ut-going Personality W orlcs hard L uclry . . . Laughing . . . Loyal I ndustrious . . . Indispensable N iclcname is Jaclc G oes for the alleys Intramurals I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 25 Red Cross I, 2. DANIEL W. DRAKE D ancer. . . Dapper... Defi A Iways ready for a good time N' atural . . . Nonchalant . .. Notable N ever tires of people-especially girls Y earns for less worlc and more sleep Hockey I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 4, Christmas Proiects 4: HOYTWG Room Representative 4. I I I I "Ma bv, it's 'Altluzaml S A I fri High-v '.,Uriir'1iiif-md :I Ii"'l VV! H ifliylv I ."','li"B't1i'. Itgtiiill 7, 'I, Horlfr-y I, liitr'rtmtiOii.tI Y If I 'iii' Clllli I, fiririiirf' Irnlr I - x X .no-55 7 . l Did he say pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis'?" DENISE A. DRECHSEL G oodness is greatness. . . Dee E loquent character . . . lmpressive N eat, natural, nimble l ndustrious ...Yen tor Biochemistry A cumen . . . Future success assured L oyal to school and triends Candy Sale l, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Philomath Sports Editor, Drama Club 2, Variety Show 3, 4, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Art Club 3, Glee Club l, A Cappella 2, 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Music Festival l, 3. ROBERT DUFFY F un is his whole lite . . . Girls L aughter and kindness win triends . . . Dutt l sland home away from home: Guam R oving eye, in search ot a party T omorrow will take care ot itself Y ens tor a lite at Worcester Junior College Football 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, Red Cross l, 2, 3. CHARLENE DURRAN W inning Character l nterest at North T alces in movies.. . Dances T ypical girl . . . Out tor tun Y oung at heart Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. DOMINIC DUTCHER F ollows sports and lun U nique laugh N oble hearted . . . Fine triend N ew and creative ideas "Y -not?" says "Dutch". Football l, Baseball l, 2, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. LISSA EBIN A rtistic career R adiant smile tor everyone T rue triend to all F un is her tavorite word U ntailingly sweet and sincere L oquacious Lissa Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proj ects l, 2, 3, 4, Philomath Art Editor Library Aide 2, 3, Drama Club 3, 4 Art Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorat- ing Committee, Red Cross l. ROBERT F. ECK H appy-Go-Lucky guy U nbiased . . . Always triendlg, N atural Sportsman . . . Bob "T hat's your problem E njoys vacation time R esponds to lun and leisure i i l l l I I 1 l i .nk-'L . . JANET N. EDELSTEIN W ise . . .Wishtul . . . Wondertul I S Enticing RENATO FAINI G enial . . . gigantic . . . gold O bliging ...Optimistic . .. N eat and proper Outdoorsman N ice fO know L asagna .. .Sports . . .Work E xotic hair and eyes F ore! . . . Friendly . . . Fun R eliable triend . . . Kim. E nergetic . . . Eater . . . Ray Candy Sale 1' 2' 3' 4: Chrmmas R ugged . . . Ready tor college. Projects I, 2, 3, Variety Show 4, Golf 4, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Proi- Red Cross I, 2. RONALD EDGETT R ich with ideas O pen minded . . . Stout hearted N aturalfy boisterous N eat in appearance I ngenious . . . Football torever E asy going Football 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee. i DONNA CHERYLE EDMONSTON G ay. ..Gabby . . . Good sport A lways happy: never sad I rresistible, triendly, personality E nioys pushing Dee's Fire Engine T entative plans: l.B.M. School ' Y ens tor places out ot state Softball 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Protects I, 2, 3, A, Drama Club 4, Variety Show 4, Musical Comedy 4, Glee Club I ,3, A, Pep Squad 4, Red Cross I, 3. VIRGINIA LAUREEN FABER S ilfgrit Sf,-rr-ttf: , . . Ginny E ff-r prfzfzfi' lor Sch-'i--l ictfvitie. D f4'f'fz H rnteriiini',r11f,Ilf:qC- A f.'Irf '... itff' Stud'-nt . .. ipt T ifrtrt xpi rtt win-ly , , , plr-,Ming pffrmr elf, E ttf: cprripiny rtl triffndn. Cliriitittan Projerts I, 2, 3, 4, Library Airlf- 3, A, Junior Prom Decorating Cf,ITII7,iIIC'l', Glerg Cluln 7, -1, Matti Fair I, Must' lr-stival 2, -1, Bowlinq I ects 3, Library Aide 3. GAIL ANN FARRIS P lanning to be a secretary R oving with the girls E ver miss a party? T wirling with spirit as well as baton T he iaclcet lost out. Y ea!! tor the Senior Class Variety Show 4, Maiorette 4: Caftdt' Sale Ig Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4: Marshal 2, Red Cross I, , Junior Prom Flower Committee. PATRICIA FERRARI J olly . . . Pert . . . Personality Plus A lways a good word tor someone U ndaunted, fast comeback N eat and Cute . . . Lilces Sports T alents are varied Y es, she lilies parties tool Field Hockey A, Baseball 3, Spanish Club 4, Marshal 4, Softball 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. NANCY FITTS A pprecintes Art R eliable . . . Responsive T ,ilenled in hr-f field F ull ol rimbition U sez time wisely . .. Creitive L etlcir Writer . . . Luster . . . Nance Candy Sale I, 2, 3, A, Christmas Proj- ects I, 2, 3, Debating Club 4: GIGC Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair I, 3, 4, Math Fair 2, Music Festival 2, 3, 4' Science Fair Committee 3, A. 1 S -2 M. JEAN FLANIGAN V ibrant, vivacious, versatile A lluring personality ...Jean R eliable, a natural as a secretary I reland's pride and ioy E nioys a good party D evoted worlcer . . .Constantly moving Senior Class Secretary, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Steering Committee, Langu- age Lab Aide 4, Junior Prom Decora- tion Committee, Biography and Verse Committee, JOSEPH INE R. FLYNN I. ite is worth living, malce the most ot it I nterested in clinical psychology V olatile personality . . . Likable E nergy galore ...Ambitious L ilces slciing, swimming Y oung at heart . . . Jo. Bethlehem, N. Y. High School: Intra- murals I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Math Club 2, French Club 2, Junior Prom Refresh- ment Committee. MARSHA FOLINO P erspicacious, pleasing, prize smile O wner-to-be ot gold band I mpressive personality . . . Sports woman. S incerity is her best virtue E xcels in triends and knowledge D iliqent hair stylist. . . Homemalner. Field Hockey I, 2, 3, J.V. Captain 3, Intramurals I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness and Advertising Staff 3, Biogra- phy and Verse 4, Drama Club I, 2, Debating Club 2, 3, Decoration Com- mittee, Junior Prom, Science Fair I, Homeroom Representative 3, 4. MARILYN ANN FRAELIC G ay . . . Gentle . . . Graceful E xcels in tun and merriment N iclcnamed Doodo by triends I nterests in sports and telinity A miable charm and personality L ite ambition: Nursing Gymnastics I, Basketball Intramurals 2, Business and Advertising Staff 3, VICTOR FRANZINI A poet, creative R eliable . . . Rare . . . Reasonable T olerant . . .Traciman I mportant . . . Independent .. lndetatigable S table in emergencies T aliing up painting TYHCIY 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, HUGHINA FRASER C onversational, calm, caretree H aste malces waste A ccomodating way, conservative T alres interest in music, drama T ranster trom Canada Y earns to be a legal secretary Drama Club I, 4, Senior Flay. BARBARA ELAINE FREEMAN Q uiescent . . .Cool . . . Collected U nassuming yet individual I ntelligent . , .College bound E nglish A.F' .... Creative writer T acttul . . . Tastetul . . . Thoughttul Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Biography and Verse Com- mittee, Glee Club 3, 4, Science Fair I, Math Fair I, Music Festival 3, 4, Steering Committee 4. ROBERT NEYLAN GAFFNEY S ecreiixe, triistvxorlhy , , . A trim lriend I nncr qualities . . . intelligence L aconic, shy manner E nioys being with tlta bus N iclinamed Nail T O traxol is his .tntbi'ion Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Projects Library Aide 4, Drama Club 3, Junior If 2: Red CVOSS I, 2. Prom Reception Committee, Pep Squad I, 2, Red Cross 3. visa if I KAREN GARFOLD K indness personiiied A re xo.ilrAddi'1g?...Nexer N otably nice D ainty, auburn haired I dc-al hairdresser E questrienne Intramurals 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club lf Pep Squad 3, 4, Music Fes- tival 2, Gym Show l. KATHLEEN ANN GARRITY S incere and sweet M indtul of the Armysnactivities I nsists on being called Katy L etters, letters, letters E nergetic supporter ot South Side S uccess around the corner Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club lg Red Cross 1, 2, 3. CHARLES J. GATTONI, JR C Cnzufrl, laughing. happy I"'l as many interezla A lffnys ready tor fl iole R rrving eye , . , Never mixed 'i itriClr M Lin-,' bool: . . . Studious S Qvrjipltfinrj .'1lN'1y'Z li-'xiidy Band I, 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3. THOMAS DAVID GHERNA y,..,i,.i,,, E."'1' I i T -- lfli ,. : I, Baal'-flrill 3, fl, Traclr 2, 3, -1, Cartcly Will' 7, fl, Rfffl CYOKS I. JAMES J. GIBBONS T oast ol the drama class E pitome ot geniality A dheres to satire C omplacent driver H umility deeply engraved E lemental hunger lor lite R etlex action to a good iolne. Glee Club T, Math Fair lf Senior Play. EVELYN Nl. GIBBS D abbles in ewferything A ctive in sports I ntelligent linguist N itty seamstress T iny, talented, thoughtful Y outhtul delights Basketball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 25 Christmas Proiects 'lg Junior Prom Orchestra Committee 35 French Club 4, Spanish Club 47 Mixed Chorus 4, Math Fair l, Honorable Mention lg Red Cross l. NN T ik. -,cxi X .' P7 vhv V415 , .w 8 r ,A -'Uv xml 142 .i--'W' --3. t "1 ,Al If v lf' gm gaq 1. eivsnz.-KJ-V ku- ,"fi9- n. 8' .F . . A , ,, "A . - ' . I ,yy .' X I - . ,-Y!" i -l Slippery, isn't it? lx MARSHA LEE GIOMBETTI C asual . . . Cute ...Certain H oping tor business career A musing personality R eliable party goer M elody . . . Marsha S tars in her eyes Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 1, Junior Prom Committee 3, Pep Squad 3, Red Cross l, Glee Club I. JOHN E. GODDARD Ill F ullspeed ahead, Ruddy L oves all sports Y earns tor college E ducation his goal R ugged . .. Frame ot steel S kates . . . Hoclcey team Football l, 3, 4, Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. f ,'i'i"l.-if '5"'2'i , .w'-u'25rX.'i falssifltl '- Et' iq'-Y' EQ x., .lf c QQ", . f"Hti'-crit. 3' .1 ' lvjrf-1-t '. I 5' .-ls' 'Q . 5g:',.l?f:-ta Ami. 0 .- -8 - -'4'."'Y' .. Mfg.-"-nt 'og-1" 'ff Q"hg ' 5 ""'1'i'f ' -vm - Sfvv-5-: gg :Jr- Ms f Ei L - JEAN GORMLEY C apable . . . Cfipriciouz . . . Cute A miable and F6CCfi!C'Cl Q6 S hort in height but big in heart U nruttled manner A S good as her word L oads ot tun to be with Candy Sale 1, Christmas Projects 3, Glee Club 4. I JEANNE GRAHAM l W orthiness personitied ' l ndependent are her ways S hy, sweet, sophisticated D eligltts in the French language O nward to college . . . French teacher M odist, amiable nature. Candy Sale i, 2, Christmas Projects i, 2, 3, 4, Language Lab Aide 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Future Teachers i Association 4, Junior Prom Decorating l Committee, Business and Advertising Staff 4. l I l DENNIS GRIEVE A "H illbilly" his nickname O ccasionally on the golf course C lever goalie K een on architecture E asy to talk with Y onder he sights Callc- Hockey 4. GAIL GRIFFIN S un . . . NN"a'ci' . . . S :nd P ersmrmlifx plr.1....P A rnusinn .tint Candy Sale I, 2, Red Cross l, 2, 3, -2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club l, 2, Future Teachers Association 4, Pep Squad 3. BONITA ELLEN GROVES A lv.ays busy, busy. busy C onstant Chatter T eaching's tor Bonnie I nterestingly unique V ivid . . .Vivacious . . .Vocal E nergetic Girl Scout and PF. Member Basketball 45 Christmas Proiects I, 25 Philomath, Picture CO-editor5 National Honor Society 3, Recorder 45 Variety Show 45 French Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Future Teachers Association 45 Glee Club 45 A Cappella 45 Pep Squad 3, 45 Science Fair I, 2, 35 Math Fair I, 25 Music Festival 45 Red Cross 35 Business and Advertising 3, Co-man- ager 4. HILLAR HAAN B ound tor the alleys . O h, boy! Girls! W orldly . . . Witty . . . Wise L ively . . .Stamps ...Coins E xcited by tootball, history R oamer . . . Reader Millis High School: Track 2, 35 Science Fair I5 F.S.H.S.: Spanish Club 45 Ten- nis 4. MARJORIE ANN HALEY M agnetic appeal, sociable A tuture in teaching R eady to go, bundle ot tun G etting married is her aim I s beauty her secret? E nioys scenery in Ashland Field Hockey I5 Candy Sale I, 25 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 Glee Club I, 2, 35 Pep Squad 45 Music Festival I, 2, 3. KATHLEEN HANKARD A nit rt' lm 'tiili lin . . . K.iIh,f. M mcf.: flfincitri rift,-'urn 7 U Ylflli' iff-r, rilily . . . Rf lf1".llllI'I S I yr 5' trrii- ,,,SiIf:V1l, ,S' fl-tl' E .f t,' 1- ff 'fi' livin in ilu turil S ""f'v'.il lfrr iirrilvilti ri ffanfly ffilf- 3, 45 Christmas Proivcls 7, 3, A JAMES E. HASTINGS W ild blue yonder beckons A ir Force tor him N atty . . . Always well dressed D etiinitely ditterent . . . Daring E xtreme aversion to Mantan R oguish racer . . .Jim Football 45 Cross Country I, 35 Track 35 Intramurals 2. PHILIP CLYDE HASTINGS D ark, quiet good looks R eve-als a gentle nature E Iectrical engineering tuture A lways courteous M usically inclined . . . Excels with the band Y ou'II tind him in B-28 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Maneuver Committee 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Indoor Track 45 Language Lab Co-ordinator 3, 45 Jun- ior Prom Orchestra Committee5 Music Festival T, 2, 3, 4. TERRY HAUPTMAN R eady remarks ...Modern minded O tten seen with the boys M an ot many moods, on the go P arty habit has Terry E nthusiastic cook R eliable Friend . . . Respected Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I5 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Proi- ects I, 2, 3, 45 Marshal 25 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. ROSE ELLEN HENICK C lim-lilo in Inf-r Iiorniiliwn l"l iii, rniiny liiippy mqnwtii A Iriver ffl Ifiuuri: rind lun T in 'lul in hr-r wiiyu T :ny in Inwialtt, luul bury in hi.-nrl I . Y rutli ul . . . Dr '.irf-2 In he Lt nur' Bowen lCItic.igol H.S.: Marshal I, 25 Girls' Athletic Association I5 Year Book Rcprcserwtativcg Latin Club5 F,S.H.S.: Glcc Club 45 Candy Sale 3, Pr-p Squnrl 4. JOANNE HILL Q ualitied on ottice machines U ncommonly neat, attractive appearance l s called "Joey" E ager to become a beautician T ransterred this year from Vermont Springfield iVermontI High School: Library Aide I, Drama Club I, Junior Prom Committee, Future Homemakers ot America 3. F.S.H.S.: Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects 4, WILLIAM HILL S tout-hearted Sportsman T hinlcs Highly ot Basketball A rdent scholar . . . Bill M ay be persuaded with Italian tood P hilatelist supreme S eelrs tuture in accounting Basketball I. HOWARD DAVID HIRSCH K een on sports cars l dolizes womanhood L aunched toward oceanography L aclcadaisical in driving E ating and sleeping suit him tine R itlery-never misses his mark! Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, Philomath Sports Editor, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Red Cross I, 2, 3. FRED HORTON G entleman Lawyer E xhibits leadership qualities N oted history lover T andem he'll always go L abel him devoted E nhances any scene Philomath Co-editor, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Library Aide 4, Spanish Club, Junior Prom Decorating Commit- tee, Math Fair, First Place I: Gym- nastics Mgr. 4, Senior Play. WILLIAM S. HOWARD B ound tor the Marines l nterested later in college L oves salt water, swimming L ilces literature, discussion Y en to travel and see the world Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD HUNT R esponsible . . . Ready wit E njoys coin collecting and sports C aretully thought-out ideas E nthusiastic reader, mathematician N ew transter trom Sudbury . . . Bill T eaching math his goal Lincoln-Sudbury Regional H.S.: Voca- tional Prize Award PAUL V. IVERS C learly a man ot distinction H appy-go-lucky A mbition: Social Worker R esponds to call ot Burl M usic? John Brown his tavorite S mooth ...Sharp . . .Sociable Candy Sale A, Christmas Projects -1, Senior Play. LAUREL JOHNSON M edicine unquestionably U nbridled enthusiasm F iend tor music? Choral society F irey detender ot ccnyictbns "Y eah, yeah, yeah!" Basketball 3, Tennis 4, Candy Sale I, 3, Steering Committee 3, Student Crier 3, Philomath Feature Editor Library Aide 3, -1, Language Lab Aide 3, National Honor Society 3, -if Variety Show 3, -1, Musical Comedy 3, -4, Junior Prom Picture Co-Chain man, Glee Club I, 3, -1, A Cappella 2, 4, Pep Squad 4, Science Fair I, 2, Honorable Mention 3, Math Fair I, 2, Honorable Mention I, N. E. Dis- trict Choir 3, -1, Christmas Projects -if Senior Play. R f ss I sr' FC' . SHARON JOHNSON S "fied anim1ls...l-lali-pint H airdresser . , . Happy . .. l'lu'nbC O lcay l'rn not that shoril R lnythrn ... Dancing .. .Dates T Mais . .. ltalian iood Y ard in height, big in heart. Gymnastics lg Red Cross lg Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, A, Glee Club l, 2, Ag Music Festival 1, -4. CAROL ANN JON-ES S miling, sncere, serene E verlasiinq ioy . . . "Jonesie" W ins everyones irienclship l nterested in the Telephone Company N ever wants the Flyers to lose G cod-hearted and lun-loving Library Aide 1, 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 4. DAVID F. JONES A mb ?i'3uS C clieqe Bound T ill and 'li!CllL1l l rvpired adventurer V wry effective phct E liqC'riCf1lGnQirTeeVlrtq Basketball 3, -4, Intramurals 3, 4, Science Fair A. ANN MARIE JULIANI B ewitchinq smile L ilces to ride around in her Car l talian . . . Iridescent eyes . .. lnqenious T ypical . . . Truthiul . . .Touch ol humor H opes to be a secretary E rnotional . . .endearing personality Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects 41 Library Aide 31 Glee Club lg Music Festival 1, Red Cross 4. "Should a gentleman offer a lady a TipariIlo'P JOHN FRANK JONES MARY-ELLEN KANE J ' ri: 'lv 1., N1 riff iiii- ft.xlVN!i1l?ixi' Di", O r ' fr li 1' l 'i'i nfl. l i l,i L' "N-i ilvnl il N '." ilv ilri-r.1 'irliriiiiiri E i' it " ...li"iii C iyliuilinl 'rnili' iinrl v.i S ', " l- if ,i 1 iv, 5,1 K iiri iiil i-vr- ' in ll illixl ri Ciyiv-ii1.i',tif'. 11, Tmfln 3, A, Music fvstw .'il I, 7 1'.'wn",liil -1, Biiiirl l, 2, fOOllJfx , -5 ii , 'lir'ii,l. i ,ii Ill IL 1131 E' 'll ig ," ' l' i. Biography and Vcrsc Committee. JUDITH A. KELLEY l nvaluable, considerate friend M eets everyone with a smile P eople, parties, pizza O pportunity knocks . . .Office worlcer R ecent arrival from l-ludson High T o find happiness . .. Marriage Basketball l, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects I, 2, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Glee Club 'lg Red Cross I. - tai.. f'....'f t -' ' .L-coats.. You beta memorize that." KAREN KIMBALL G enerosity surpasses all E nioys sports . . . Anyone for tennis? N ever too busy to be a friend l ncleed "Muriel" brought many a lauqhl A rdent wcrlcer at whatever she does. L ongs for a profession . .. Teaching Field Hockey 3, Tennis 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Biography and Verse Committee, Marshal 2, 3, Variety Show 4, Decoration Commit- tee, Junior Prom, Future Teachers As- sociation 3, 4, Pep Squad 2. B. CURTIS KINGSBURY S ilent scholar . . . Curt P lans to be an engineer O h what a bowler! R iflery expert T arget practice a favorite S lnillful woodworlcer Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Fair 1, Rifle Club, Secretary and Treas- urer 3. STEPHEN J. KNAPP S cience is his career: biology P ursues'a situation with an open mind O ccupied by rifle-ry instruction R apid, accurate archer T alented student . . . l-ligh ideals S pirit, speed. stability . . . Steve Archery l, Science Fair 2. LAURENCE KENNEDY "N ice and easy does it" "O h, oh, oh, what a guy" M aqnanimous personality A miable . . . Newcomer D ebonair manner, Sandy Springs lGeorgiaJ High School ROBERT KUND 8 ashful . . . Basketball an interes' O rderly . . . Manages cle'ails well B oasts about Fords B eliftles Chesies Y earns to ox-.n a Cobra Basketball Manager 3, International Track 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Relations Club -1. French Club 2, Junior Citizen 3, Wrestling 3, Red Cross. AL. KENNETH LaFRANCE L ong, lean and likable E iliuloent personality . ..shininq F avors a lie on skates T actiul . . . Calm . . . Conservative Y aathiul zest has Kenny Christmas Proiects 2, Red Cross 2. ELIZABETH A. LaRHETTE S wimminqs her sport. . . Betty K iclcs out oi boating I nterested in hairdressinq l nquiring, humorous, personable N ew I-lampshire gets her vote G oes along with the kids Candy Sale I, 2, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4. MICHAEL L. LEPORATI J OLCF . . . Always rT1iSCbiQv0g,s E ndlif-ss Iriendship lor all S ounds ct laughter , . . Alisa "Lenny" T .iikez interest in chemistry E nioys :ports . . . Energetic R Lufgh rartd ready Renault. Watch outl Football 3, 4, Basketball I, Tennis 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiccts 3, 4, Junior Prom Orchestra Commit- tee, Math Fair I. ROGER LEVINE D ' I i iff fi ii' I r iiiil,I-- U rili-ififi'til'1li- triii Iii V, -f-' rriir.-y B . itI'.fli 'i.'.:'l llu. B r il ',.. Billy' ' " tlii 'IliI'i:,i,1 E ' 1 '-'f I' ii . if il R 1 nfl, rf il- tif ,Vi .l , i: Sturt,-'it Council A, Gymnastics 2, 3: Sqiftrifr' lair I, 7, 3, -1, Cdnfly SAIC 2, fl, 11, Stuclmit Crier, Sports Editor 3, DIf'lJY'I1!j Co'nrnitti-r- 3, 4, Exchange Stiiflf-iw 3, Natioiial Honor Society VI, 4, Pliilotrnitli, CO-ELIIIOH Harvard 'lguh Niiinr-r 3, Nlfitlt Fair, Tliird prilc l ',"'fJrifl Prilf' 7' Bash:-Iball l I - I A A DONNA MARIE LEWIS M iss with manners O biective thinlcer D ramatic . . . Dancer . . . Lewie E xhibits fashion L ean loolc . . Luclcy S ociety is awaiting. Candy Sale 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, Glee Club I. LINDA LIBERATORE L ilrable ...Lively . . . Linda l mpish .. Important T allcative at all times T eases when she pleases L ilces a good iolre E nioys everyone's company Notre Dame Academy: Cheerleader I, Basketball I, Pep Squad 'I, Drama Club I, F,S.H.S.: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Art Club 4. CAROLANN LIGOURI B earning personality . .. L auqhter is her middle name O tt to l.B.M. School N aturally happy disposition D elighttul memories E xplicit aim: Secretary Basketball 4, Softball 4, Candy Sale I, 2, Red Cross 3. MARY LINDSEY S firendipity sinqer I rivirioriitinq spirit N :'ner1oti,tiCial G iiilarn and lull: music E Pr-rc'1youISIitttClirtq R f idy to be ri-iisonnble Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Junior Prom, Decorating Committee: Glee Club I, 2, Music Festival I, 2. THOMAS J. LITTLE C alm ...Cool ...Collected A Math teacher-to-be S ports lover.. . "T" U nderstanding A lways behind the wheel L oathes women drivers Football I, 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, Golf 3, 4, Student Council 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, Junior Steering Committee, Marshal 3, Cap- tain 4, Drama Club 2, Debating Club 2, Hockey Co-captain 4. ALLEN LOCKE B randed "Chipper" since childhood R oving runabout . . . Parties and tun A lways give him room to maneuver W hite tire on the ice N ever alone. . . Enioys someone's company Y outhtul outlook Hockey l, 2, 3, Candy Sale 3, Christ- mas Projects l, 2, Red Cross 1. JULIE LOGAN S ocial work her tuture l rresistible . . . lntriguing . . lnquiring N eatness always in mind C ollege is her next step E nergetic . . . Earnest... Easygoing R ealistic . . . Reliable. . Resourcetul E nioys people Holy Cross Academy: Basketball l, 2, Student Council. F.S.H.S.: Basketball 4, Tennis 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Proiects 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Philomath Sports Staff, Drama Club, Secretary 4, Mass. Drama Festival 4, Senior Play, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Squad Vice President 4, Interna- tional Relations Club, Girls State Rep- resentative 3. JANICE E. LOMAS T o New Hampshire she will go Y earns tor a secretarial career P leasant personality . . . Vivacious sense ot humor l nnate ability to mingle S eeks a good time . . . Fun to be with T olerates anything buta long lunch line Candy Sale 'l, 2, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Music Festival l, 3. KATHLEEN F. LONG A pleasant outlook . . . Friendly R eserved, quiet humor prevails T alented in the tield ot art l nventive, attentive. creative S incere . . . Sociable . . . Studious T omorrow's commercial artist Christmas Projects 2, Drama Club 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee, Pep Squad 3. PAUL LONGHI T alkative, rugged A lways humorous R eceptive to suggestions T raining tor Cosmetology E ntertaining, energetic R ealistic about lite Football l, 3, Hockey l, 3, Gymnastics l, Track l, Intramurals 3, Candy Sale 4, Variety Show 4. DOROTHY ANN LOUNSBURY B rothers three has she A lias Dods or Dottie L aughter and gaiety L oquacious beyond compare E ttervescent personality T alented ballerina Candy Sale i, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 4. MARIAN LEE LYTLE W illing worker, taithtul friend A lways at B.Y.F. R are quality ot insight M usic and singing attract her fancy T ime tlies by . . . Gay hours H as an avid concern and liking tor people Field Hockey 1, Candy Sale 4, Glee Club l, 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4. 'Nav ." y ji U 4. p 0 +R. JANET MacCONNELL G irl on the Go E nergetic and eager to learn N aturally sociable. amiable l deal as a teacher A mbition is the lcey to success L aughable . . . Lilcable . .. Loquacious Softball 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Art Club 4, Future Teachers Association, Secretary 4, Pep Squad 3, Red Cross 3, 4. ROBERT LEIGH MAGNANTE D esires his thirteenth car R eferred to as Bob or Mag l nsurance adjusting, a possible future V igorous party-goer . . . Bachelor? E asy come, easy go R ich quick is his motto Candy Sale l, 2. ROBERT MAGRI R ough on the field U nique in studies G entle with girls G eared high for the future E ating pleasure D auntless Bob Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 4, Christmas Projects 4. DIANE MAHLER S ,-,'r- f-', ',f,plii',?iC-1'i2'fl, Zpfilf' l ni uit ilvli- ltirlt irii Strifimiricl N -i'.'il lui-uiity G i,f-' , with flu: girl. E Jl"tll'.ff'lll pfrmuniilily R fl tiflf' Nfl ri-all iii A Cappella 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Glce Clulm 3, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Jur1i0l' Prom Committee, Drama Club Treasur- er Ag French Club, President 4, Steer- iiiq Committee 4, Senior Play. Getting the Candy Sale rolling JOHN P. MANCINI S atirical humor is his calling card. A dyanced in Latn learning T allrative outside of class l nterested in sporting events R eaching college is his goal. E xemplary, earnest, efficient Candy Sale 'lj Science Fair 2, 3. GUY MANNARINO M Ll'ilC...FOftCl...Cr1fS O ri the way to success . ,. B fist diupoziton with friends l 2 quiet and calrn L rinl one to worry E vr-ry word Cr-iints . . . Eluclriciil 1-nrtinr-nr Band l, 2, 3, 4, Musical Comedy 3, A Science Fair 2, Music Festival l, 2, 3 4. 'rf 'fs-mv N sf . i RAYMOND JOSEPH MARTEL C ars are his chief pastime. Y ou know him at a glance. M ember ot the Coachmen . .. Drums B iggest heart . . . Room tor all A ttitude . . . lmpressively tall L aughs at anything Baseball l, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee. ALBERTA ROSE MARTELLI B each . . . Boys . . .Baseball l mp in art class . . . Commercial artist R evere dance memories D reams, dreams, dreams l nterested in Red Sox E njoys work at the Carousel Candy Sale l, 2, 3, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Red Cross 2, Drama Club l, 2, 3. IRA MASON L ikely to succeed . . . Tufts E nergetic. . Known tor Personality A sset to Flyer basketball team D evoted school spirit . . . Pep Squad president E arnest, ettective, etticient R eal all-American Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, Baseball 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 3 ,4, Debating Club 2, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4. CHARLES H. MATHESON F riendly . . . A smiler L ight hearted and gay l nterested in music . . .Charlie R elaxed . . . rhythmic T rombone is tor him S kiing and singing Band l, 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir 3, 4, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Music Festival l, 2, 3 ,4, Library Aide 4. SUSAN MAYO G olden atternoons in the tield A cumen an ever present tacet M adcap horsewoman B ackboard hit otten O tticious reteree when called upon L ooming on the horizon-nursing Basketball 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Fair l, Math Fair l. ROBERT MAZZUCHELLI M arines tor Mat: A pproves ot homeroom B-IO R ides in a sharp Oldsmobile l nterested in cars N o sport stumps Mazz. E njoys hunting and bowling. iw' PETER C. MCCONARTY W inning debator l rish and proud ot it S portsman. satirist D ubber's now. a leprechaun. O wn detinition ot everything, original M erit . . . Muscles . . . Medicine Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Track 3, 4, Baseball l, National Hon- or Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Debating Club 3, Science Fair, l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3. MARY MADELINE MCDONALD W ants to be an airline hostess l mpressively cheerlul outlook T alkative ...Nice to know T alces lite easy Y es, a smile tor all PAUL MCENTEGGART T eam spirit undying . . . Mac A ccelerated action . . .Silent strength C ollege beckons.. .Eager to learn K eops opponents trom goal line L ikes the outdoors E nioys tootball immensely Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 4, Marshal 4, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Science Fair, 2, MAUREEN MCKINNEY SHIRLEY W. MCNEIL S weet and sensitive H opes to be an airline stewardess E xcels in making people laugh R eaches out tor happiness R ushes forth a "Kookie" personality Y ields a winsome smile Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Marshal 2, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Steering Committee 4, Red Cross 2, 3. CYNTHIA ANN MELVIN P retty, pert, and popular O tt' to hairdressing school next year l rresistible sparkling eyes S een in "55" red Thunderbird E nioys a good time with friends NANCY JANE MENDILLO M aintains a smile tor everyone O tten seen with the "Gang" D ainty . . . Daring . . . Delighttul E xplicit aim . . . Secretarial school R eady tor every party N eat dresser .. . Nancy Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide l, 2, 3, Variety Show 4, Glee Club l, 2, Red Cross 3, 4. . LEON F. MILLER, JR. S wry . , . Dr n" touch my F Jriclii-t S cciablo . . . Sharp . . . Shrcwcl E rif 'rzf 'ii ...' 'MC-MOE" K von minded N r ,fx ii K1 irrii- n r ight--ir A lwnys A lriCr1C.l l ii'i i . , wnvl qfllf-rl.-, , , T vnching lies ahead I ,,,'. f l nlurrrstcd in sports O if fi, Yan llirturvr tliif, .wif-l ral' N r--vt on the ice R r., l,r l-r lun . , , A Winn'-r G orrf. lor a black Ford Fir-lfl Horkrfy -1, Candy Sale l, 2: Hockey l, 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2: Cliriatinas Prog:-cts 3, 4, Language Candy Sale 2, 4, Christmas Proiccts Lal: Airlr- 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, l, 3, 4. Dflmtinf, Club A, Spanish Club 4, Pr-it Squad 4, Biography and Vcrsc fmiiiviillr-1, ltu',irtr'SS ftrtll Advertising '.t1tlf fl LISA EMILIE MILLER A miable . . . Attable . . . Loves tun M erry-go-round ot activity U ltimate goal: Teaching S unshiny smile and personality E ager, energetic, etticient S eems to be present everywhere Intramurals I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, President 3, Library Aide 4, Drama Club I, 2, 3, Future Teachers Association 3, 4, Corres- ponding Secretary International Rela- tions Club 4, Glee Club 2, Science Fair 3, Math Fair I, Steering Com- mittee 4. MICHELE MARIE MINIHAN B right and cheery smile R ed Chevy her tavorite E asy to like, that's Mickey E ager . . . Energetic Z ealous accountant-to-be Y en tor Ward School Gymnastics 3, Candy Sale I, 4. HAROLD MOE B ound to be a pilot U nderrated quarterback . . .Ya, Moe! Z agged when he should have zigged M r. Comedian . . . Laugh a minute O mnipresent with the boys E nthusiastic .. . Energetic. .. Ettervescent Band I, 2, Marshal 2, 3, Variety Show 4, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 4, Base- ball I, 2, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. KAREN A. MOONEY P leasing personality, humorous E ager to help a triend T alkative, tiny, and trim I ntectious giggles spell tun. T rue Friendship is golden. E ntering the secretarial tield Intramurals 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, Drama Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3- Music Festival 3, Red Cross 2. 1 PAULA MARY MORIN M irthtul, merry, gay O Id world charm . . . Paula D edicated to helping others E xcellent ability a la Francais S pectator sports tor her T ruly memorable triend. Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Musical Comedy I, 3, French Club 3, 4, Future Teach- ers Association 3, Junior Prom Ticket Committee, Glee Club 3, Pep Squad 3, 4, Science Fair I, 2, Math Fair 2, Music Festival 3. NANCY ANN MORINI Find her with the gang R ollicking times... Rare moments I ntegrity . . . Ideals are important. E xplicit aim: Nurse N ever stops writing letters D etermination and direction Candy Sale I, 2, 3 ,4, Business and Advertising Statt 3, Christmas Proi- ects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Red Cross 3, 4, Executive Council Red Cross 3. CLAUDIA JEAN MOSCATELLI C asual, caretree, complaisant H ospital calls her... Nursing E loquence with words E nthusiastic Flyer Ian R etined, relaxed . . . Respected bi, all S weet. . . A true triend Library Aide I, 2, Drama Club 3, 4- Junior Prom Orchestra Committee, Pep Squad 3, 4, Red Cross 3, Senior Play. LINDA MUDDLE B ubbllng over with personalitx L ongs to be a social worker O ne always tinds her happy N eat and stylish, taehien nwzslcd D ances up a storm E yes toward Maine Basketball Manager I, Tennis 3, -1, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Home Room Rep- resentative -1: Biography and Verse Comn1ittee:Glee Club 3. KATHLEEN ANN MURPHY S weet personality and smile E nioys free moments R emains quie' . .. E mbarrasses easily N ilty dresser E xerlasinq lriend . , . Genuine Jayhawk Intramurals l, 2, 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, A, Pep Squad 3, Library Aide l, 2, 3, Drama Festival 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, -1, Variety Show A, Musical Comedy 4, Art Club 4, A Cappella 4, Musical Festival l, 2, 3, -1, EILEEN MUTO A spires to banlring P arties, shindigs her preierence P seudonym is Mutt E aqer to go slciing A dvertisinq a specialty L ilres to sing Candy Sale l, 2, 3, A, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Variety Show 4, Business and Ad- vertising Staff A, LAUREEN A. NATICCHIONI L auqhter is her middle name l rreiistible personality V i'.fffc7oui, vfbrant, veracious E nioya parties, the gang L ofitlies lies Y e irns 'O be a nurse Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 11, Christmas Proi- ects l, 2, 3, 4, Business and Advertis- ing Staff 3, Library Aide T, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, Junior Prom Refresh- ment Committee, Executive Council of Ped Cross 3, A. STEPHEN PERRY NAULT A lf. ty, iiil1"',lfi'l in itil R -' V A1 i i V ti, 'HI .,. C iri ' iiiil r triiluilr',ir iiriliini-il H i' tt l 'fl 'lit ,,,l Vvvllt vvf' ti'i"l i..- R "' ' l . '. l i ' tll li tit llf'l, lJ.itifgiml Mi-vit Commr-nclation A, Sci- --ixfw lair, ltonomlilr' Mr-nlioii l, 3, liitt.iniiir.tls 2, Cattfly Stull: l, 2, fl, fliri',tiri,is Protects l, 2, 4, Lanqufvte l.ili Airlr- fl, il, Matli Fair l, 2, Juli- lfrl flrlwir-vviiir-ttt Cornpfltty l"rC3l'l4'VT7. llrrlf-q.ilf'11 1' Sing along with Cappy STUART MICHAEL NEEDLEMAN C olleqe in mind . . . Stu L istens to music lor enioyment E nterlaining drummer ol Southls Band V oices opposition to underclassmr-ri E asy-qoinq, amicable R eliablc and quiclr-wilted Band l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Variety Show 3, A, Musical Comedy 3, A, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Or- chestra Committee Chairman, Inter- V national Relations Club A. 'lx ANN NICOLORO A 'lr tfllN.", iititiiiltlw ittirl iirvtliitii ii C it-tlfli fllritrtl li-tclvt Tall i'i.i ',., litillltl . . . Tltittfiiijlt l tilt 'li iiiiil iritlividuial V fr :'li- xilirinl i-wi-,iritli', E iii r ii"if, iiitl wnliiywilili- Ciyiiirmntics l, Intramurals 2, Candy Sale l, 3, -1, luturc Teachers ASsOCia- tion, Secretary 3, Presirlvnt 11, Busi- ni-ss .md Aclyyrtistrtq Staff -1, Dm- m.i Cluli 2, Frunclt Cluln fl, Junior Prom Arlyr-rtisiug Committee, Glee Cluli l, Pi-in Squad 3, Science Fair 2, Math lair 7, R1-cl Cross 3. JENS NIELSEN "W alk together. Tall: together" A merican black and white trappes . . . umm! R allies immediately to any situation M eets everyone with an open smile T ime? What's that?l H ome is iust great, here tool American Field Service Student 4, Student Council 4, Soccer 4, Christ- mas Proiects 4, Library Aide 4. ANN MARIE NIERNIEYER B all ot tire trom head to toe O odles and oodles ot tun U nique sense ot humor . . . Ann N ever quiet. . .Always on the go C apable...Cheertul ...Cute Y outhtul smiles.. . Beguiling Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2. Nfrr' iggrgrsg,-ag,-, .. -h 99.-.,-w . - ,an ., . -'. 'M ni' 'f. r 'iXisi'.'ln,l":"L. S , ' f7Yff'f"i' Hwy- it Y I .w -Q., ' 4 ' -'. w 2. 4 vs- Inf- ,,. Q '. 'asaik-:v'c-4i'!1'.P31. - . .i..' .. .' 4- -9 Gee' I get a kick out of gym. LINDA NOBILINI B lack hair, and green eyes, and bright smile O bviously triendly U npredictably unique N atural, nimble, nice C hatty.. .Cute . . .clever Y earns tor a hairdressing career Softball 4, Pep Squad 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Red Cross 3, Christmas Projects 3, Student Crier Typist 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4. CHARLES PHILIP O'BRIEN I nherent desire tor iustice D islilces pigs' teet E ndures teasing, dishes it out, tool A II around the world traveler L earned, and athletically inclined S urrounded by triends Frankfurt American H.S., Track 2, Wrestling 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 3, Rifle Club President I, Key Club 2, Board of Governors 3, Activities Chairman Student Council 3. F.S,H.S.: President of International Relations Club 4. KEVIN PATRICK O'BRIEN R eady lor tun and girls A lways willing to listen . . . "Dear Kevyu N ever at a loss tor words K indly scotter E venings out with the boys R emembers many mysterious capers Football 4, Hockey 3, Golf 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Senior Play. GERALD VV. OLDACI-I A lways knows the score N aturally amiable . . .Jerrx T eaching is his desire I nterestecl in sports C asual . . . Witty' . . . Smart S ensational personalitx Band I, 2, Football 3, -1, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Ticket Com' mittee: Music Festival I, 2, Steering Committee -1. DAVID OLSON B ush is his nickname R ecommends roving . . . A ircher researcher A Iways a Chevy W illing worker N ever quiet Y earns tor a Corvette Hockey 'I, Science Fair 3, 4, Math Fair 3, 4. HUGH O'NEIL S mooth basketball player . . . Never misses a shot C all him "I-Iughien . . I'Ie'II answer it he hears you O tter conversation: I-Iughie loves it. R eady tor a good time, always E ver miss a P. A. announcement? Well . . . Sometimes! S uch personality. . . Can't help but like him Basketball 'I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4. CARL OOSTERNIAN W ants to be a civil engineer O utgoing . . . Obliging . . . Friendly R ates as a tootball player K ind . . . Intelligent E nergetic , . . Enthusiastic R ugged ...Capable ...Likes lood Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer of National Honor Society 3. susAN RENEF osTER S f.'iVf", i I lriendz , . . Sutif: O O '.'f-rfflif-Irriinrj personality C Inf'-r ,,.CIAIfI...C'!ClIz1I I r- -grit on l'Jf'CfiYYtiVifl ii Mr-dical Srgftlfirlff A 'f'r,,f- i,i rmprinzibility L ilu, iiC':nrj and dfiriCinq Softball 3, 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects A, Drama Club Vice Presi- fli,-nt 3, President A, Pep Squad 4, Red Cross 4, Business and Advertis- inq Staff 4, Biography and Verse 4, Stiiclc-nt Crier Typist 4. CARL PALANZI C reative mind, artistic ability L oves tun and trolic E very remark is appropriate and witty V igorous on the gridiron E ccentric conversationalist R ely on Carl to brighten the party. Football 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Projects 3, Steering Com- mittee 4. JOYCE ANNE PALANZI C oncerned with tuture L ikes music, watching TV drama E ager . . .Volunteer nurse... I-Ielps others V ersatile in studies E asy going . . . Always the right answer R egistered nurse in near tuture Candy Sale I, 2, French Club 2, 3, Drama Festival 3, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention Science Fair, Pep Squad 3, Drama Club 2, 3. LUCIANA PAOLINI K nown to all as Lucy I s liked at F.S.I-I.S. N ice to know.. . Friendly D elighttul Personality L ovable and sweet Y outhtul ways Candy Sale I, Library Aide 2, Pep Squad 2. ANTHONY PARENTE S iiving Iiis memories ULSOUII1 O nly liked classes with Clara L aughing . . . Lcarninq . . , Living O n the way Io Bentley M r, James Brown: Iiif. lop singer O n the scene with "Indian" N rit one In stay Iiomi: Baseball I, 2, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 3, A, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 11, Science Fair 4. -3 JOHN C. PATTERSON C ollects stamps and brolcen drum sticlcs Y earns to be a musician M odest mild, musical B usy with the South band A lways there when you need him I.. aborious, laudable, lively Band I, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4. KAREN PESO B ursts into ready laughter R eads mystery novels I nterested in marriage D rives superbly A dmires pertection L ittle . . . lovely . . . Lilcable Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Student Crier Typist 4, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Glee Club 4, Red Cross T, 2. PATRICIA ANN PLOURDE B ubbling personality O n to college W haclry, whimsical, witty L aughter and letters E nergy tor everything R eady tor tun Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 3, 4, French Club 3, Future Teachers Association 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Art Festival 3, 4, Bowling, Trophy Winner 2. ROBERT PONTZ III R eady tor a tuture in electronics E ager to graduate C alled Bob E nioys water slniing N ew from Michigan T alented Sportsman Hastings CMichiganJ H.S., Football I, 2, 3, Basketball 2, Track I, 2, 3, Jun- ior Play, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, F.S.H.S.: Candy Sale 4: Christmas Proiects 4. SANDRA PRIESTMAN F ull ot lite . . . Will try ariythinq l nteliiqent . . . industrious . .. Initiative N GVVOLJS in tight Lituation bit comes through E nioys doing things Nell and etticiently S en3ible...Sincere...Sf1cr55C' , T he bear triend one crold hare National Honor Society 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Stu- dent Crier 3, Biography and Verse Committee, Drama Club 2, Variety Show 4, Science Fair 2, Math Fair, Honorable Mention l, Junior Prom Committee, Steering Committee 4. DANIEL EDWARD PUGLISI S een always in '59 Chevy P ath leads to college lite O utbursts ot energy and tun R eliable and conscientious T cp-notch businessman someday' Y ou lfnow him best as Danny. Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Projects 2, 3. FRANCES MARIE PURCELL F ond ot Ofis Air Force Base R eally Iilces to sing A mbirion: to be a teacher N ever misses a cheer l ntectious sense ot humcr, ioxfal Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Future Teacher's Association 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Glee Club 2, 4, Pep Squad 4, Science Fair 2, Music Festival 2, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES PURI G snare . . . Uno? Hospitable Y outh and Vos' M iiclriexoas and is .i N ini at a lcss ,K A dept a'hlQ'o S pur Qt the ni: . cr c ,, T Allin ,Pd ',i"'leli"g CIPEML' Band I, 2, 3, -1, Glee Club l, 2 Football 2, 3, A Cappella I, 2, 3 Gymnastics 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2 3, 4, Track 4, Gym Show 3, J- So: cer 4. 3 WL SUSAN JANE PURINGTON S anquine . . . Government service? E ccel Wait, are the columns straight? R acial discrimination a deep concern V exes no one . . .Sue E ttective orator and sax woman S atari to London, the best Band 2, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Library Aide 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Chairman, Glee Club 1, 2, Inter- national Relations Club 3, 4, Music Festival l, Senior Play. JOSEPH REGAN S ociable with added humor P ersists in hunting and sports O bvious in the corridors R eady tor the tuture T all with good looks S trives to be the pertect chet. Football 3, 4, Baseball 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects 4, Red Cross 4. JOHN REINHARDT L ikable ...Jon E tticient with ligures D etermination and dynamic personality G oing to colleqe . . . CPA E rptfwhile athlete R eiined. quiet, and wellfmannered Football l, 2, Baseball 4, Christmas Proiects 4, Candy Sale l, 2, Red Cross 2. LINDA E. RENDELL S It r,f,i ,ii ligtf tx 'Ju 1 irlnbpiri- E wi tif"'ififfi' 'infil vi i r D :ir triirid ,,.. Di fgifit' A l tri l ' '.., f"tlf.ii,-,fn thi- ':, T 'i ,viitii-r litfwtiir' I . Ei' it ,,.',iii ti. i,ii,.t 'lx-nior Class Treasurer, Student Coun- cil 3, it, Corresponding Secretary 4, Intramurals 2, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christ- was Prop-rts 3, 4, Marshall 2, Drama Clul, 2, Junior Prom Committee, Glce Clult 2, A, Pep Squad 3, 4, Science lair 2. lfiutii festival 2, A JOYCE REYNOLDS C ute . . . Personality plus A ctive . . . likes tielcl hockey S weet . . . Sociable ...Sincere U nique . . . Gay A ttentive . . . College bound L ively . . . Likable . . . Laughter Red Cross l, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 4, Basketball 4, Softball 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4, Candy Sale l, 2, Christmas Projects l, 2, Spanish Club 4, Music Festival l, 2, 4. Our custodians leaf nothing undone THOMAS W. RHODES T illiiin mlm, lvnnii pin O rin lltf' liiiittliill 'iqiiiid M iii'.trf'ifvr1 tlw bf,-nfws M v!,lf1f7illli,'lrltlillill rirlitiin i iwrtiadcii tinft Y "lllJ'J Cliltld 'll Football 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Track 4, Variety Show 4. KEITH RILEY S milinq, happy and lun-loving P islons . . .Cylinders . .. Sparlc Plugs A greeable and easy-going R ales high wilh his lriends K een inleresl in cars: lo enler service Y oulhlul mixlure . . . Quiel lun Bell Avon IPa.l H.S.: Freshman Class Vice President. xx 7 I I fn! WILLIAM RITCHIE A Iways laughing T ypical guy ...Bill O n lhe beam . . . Glcayl M odesl . . . Merry I nlrospeclive, loo C apers . . . Frislcy Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play. PAUL DAVID ROBERTI D ozens ol escapades . . . Parly goer A man on lhe go . . . Lover ol Iile R arely sad, a happy disposilion I nlenl on business college N ever a dull momenl G rows in popularily each day I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4. THOMAS J. ROKUS D molilion leam lrogman I deal worlcer V enluresome ambilion I nexcilable manner N eplune's conslanl visilor G oes by molor-bilce. ELIZABETH L. ROLLS A n inleresled Thespian . . Carousel C ollege lor Belly T wirls a mean balon I nlo everylhinq, a wind-up doll N eal, perl, cule G racious, maqnelic pe-rsonalily I, 2, 3, 4, Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Mass. Drama Festival 3, 4, Senior Play, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 4, Pep Squad I, 2. EDWIN ROSE L opal, likable. lauqhina E xoryonels liicnd . . . Edu V ei-ily, mosl precious: his gimp I Clealigcs The qreal in aol' T casinq lender cl llc Dain ' Y ou slill slicing orlcns Ed' Golf 3, 4, Math Fair -1, Math Club 4. MICHAEL ROSSI T ouoh competitor in "tree ex" U sually standing on his head M ay enter the Navy B el'eves in helping others L ight-hearted smile E lectronics has a future for Mike. Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Proi- ects l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. IDA K. P. RUZSITS P olite . . . Pretty . . . Petite O tt to Connecticut on' weekends l nterested in college S miles tor everyone . . . Dudi E lated with ballet, opera, art D etermined to be a designer Student Council 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, A Cappella 1, Music Festival 2, 3, Science Fair 'l, 2, Archery 1, Senior Play. SUSAN G. RUST F lyer now . . Friend torever L ifely sense ct humor . . . Sue I mport from New Jersey R etfiiling in the iuture T azietorlu1ury...Tallc Y earns lor exchernent Berkeley CN.J.i H.S.: Volleyball l, 2, Red Cross l, 2. F.S,H.S,: Christmas Projects 4, Senior Play. EDWARD G. RYAN S . I 'lr f '- lfir' if 'I l' iitli ri L f .+ 'll'-I1 E ff- f li'1'71li hw? E :zi t I ri,llf'1'- P fit 1 ti-wir' Y 1' I r Nirifi football l, Intramurals l. DIANE SALEM T akes notes tor the "Chessmen" Y earns to be a medical secretary P ersonality personified . . . Sports interest l rishmen intrigue her. S unshine at its brightest T ime otten spent in Holliston Basketball I, 2, 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3: Student Crier Typist 4, Business .and Advertising Staff 3, Marshal 2, Math Fair l, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. LINDA HOPE SALESON G reat school spirit . . . Read the Crier? O pen door to a good time . .. Party qoer O tten tound on a Nantasket Honda D ubbed "Kelly McSaleson" . . . Dynamite l ntent on College . . .Journalism E ver hear a Saleson pep talk? S eeks knowledge . . . A tuture success Field Hockey Manager 4, Candy Sale 2, 4, Christmas Proiects 'l, 2, 4, Stu- dent Crier Assistant Editor 3, As- sistant Editor-in-Chief 4, Library Aide l, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Pep Squad 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Math Fair 2, Red Cross 3. JOSEPH E. SAMSON H as sports on his mind O nly cycles tor this kid N ew trom Marion l-l.S. D etermined college material A nother surter . . . Able qymnast. Gymnastics 4. INGRID Nl. SAMASKEAWICZ 8 fi,, tin irilr,-ri'Sli7 l.r is.'i ',Ci.i.l,irtfz rficlirri v I iii pf-wplir U liltlllf -... C i'ii nmiilf 'v.i Ii- limi lim S liirlirnfririvltirtlly,..HSiitt1" H iilziliiillyr fwirly' Yf1rVi',i'rl'frivl,D. Basketball 4, Senior Play, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Biography and Verse Committee, Junior Prom Dec, orating Committee, Steering Cont- mittee 4. 1' MICHAEL SARTORI J oins intelligence with humor E ager tor Foreign Service after college S nappy satire . . .sedate seriousness T ormenting teaser. . . Captivating capers E veryone watch out: Mike is coming. R umpus-raiser . . . Reliable renderer Math Fair I, International Relations Club Treasurer 4, Candy Sale 'l, 4, Spanish Club 4, Track 4, Senior Play. NORMAN SASVILLE M akes impressive tackles l ndelible sports man G enerates that happy feeling H ungers tor adventure T hinks well ot others Y earns tor tun . . . Sas Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 4, Student Council 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 'I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Red Cross I, 2. JOHN M. SAWYER R ecord listener l ntent upon technical school F ootball and track interests L ike to be an architect E ver on the target R eads constantly Y ummy cooking Track team 4. MARCIA ANN SCHALTENBRAND S wimming. sports a pastime l nteresting to talk to N itty cartoonist. accomplished artist C ompetent and etticient E very triend's a friend forever. R eliable . . .Smash E asy to get along with Philomath Art Staff, Candy Sale I, 2, Drama Club 2, Pep Squad 3, Inter- national Relations Club 3, 4. CHARLES EVERETT SCHIAVI C huck makes the grade. H ampton Beach beckons. A blonde From North R obust individual L eader ot the pack l nquisitive mind E nthusiast on tootball tield Football 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4. ELAINE VIRGINIA SCHNEIDER C omical . . . Frivolity and tun A rdent play goer N oncontormist . . . Likes to laugh D rama is her passion l nterest in play writing D evoted to her work Glee Club I, 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Red Cross 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 4, Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Biog- raphy and Verse Committee 4, Senior Play. PAMELA SCHEIDER S erious . .Sensible . . . Pam U nusual interest in literature B ound tor New York T eaching means college L istens to radio E ager to help others Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. MARGUERITE SCYOCURKA T rue friend . . . Trustworthy, A bility in art L ikable . . . Lively lass E nioys drawing, nature, people N umerous collections T acttul always . . . txlarde Field Hockey 4, Softball 4, Intra- murals I, 2, Library Aide I, 2, Art Club 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, Music Festival 2, Art Festival 2: Debating Club 3, 4. 1 -f",,:.."" 5,1 it I 'Q ALLEN SEIBERT S teady sense of humor P romising on the baseball diamond O ne ofthe hoopster set . . , Swish R esponds ro "Seib" T he South's own creation S ees college in the future Football 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, Co- Captain 4, Cross Country 4, Baseball I,.2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3, Steering Committee 4. LINDA SHEAHAN F un's what Lin likes I ce skating l.. ikes having her own car E nergy to spare M S ecretarial hopeful Candy Sale I, Library Aide 2, Glee Club 4, Pep Squad 4. LINDA SIMMONS l nduatrious . . . Likes bowling and skiing M odish and lovely . . . Linda P oised, pretty, pacific O wns many mohair sweaters R idgewood, New Jersey, her former home T echnology is a future aspiration Ridgewood IN..l,J H.S.: Yearbook I, Freshman Play I, Y-Teens I, 2. ROBERTA SIMONSON B fillilflmfl Cxlfli l ff-nic nitlurfr R ' ill! i.'i.'1Ci 2.2 D 'li-tliT:i.l f'VYtt'fxVT,' rv -' iii, l Cfgrfli-ility E ' 'l 'Iii ti' " 'lftf'F Morningside IMinn.J, H.S.: Musical I, lrcnrli Club I, 2, 3, Pop Squad 3: Y-Tfrons I, 2, 3. F.S,H.S,: Frcnclt Clula II, future Teachers' Association 11,51-nior Play. ROBERT SINGLETON S ensational personality l nterests unlimited and talents to match N ever misses an opportunity C ool sax player E fficient and tactful R eady-to-go "E ager Beaver" Orchestra l, 2, Track 3, 4, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, Christmas Proiects 2, Library Aide 1, Wrestling 2, 3, Basketball 2, Steer- ing Committee 4. RICHARD SKOG W ind and rain his work E nioys collecting coins ttention to Natick ries to please all H umorous . . . Hurricane hunter E nergetic... Earnest... Eager R elaxed bowler A T "What can l say7 S, -ff Mil d let go if I could!" JEAN MARIE SLATKAVITZ P ossesses a gitt ot blarney O pen minded . . .Original I nterested in poetry, modern art, and dancing S pontaneous . . . Sophisticated . . . Sagacious E xecutive Secretary . . . Chandler D otes on latest fashions Field Hockey 45 Library Aide I, 25 Candy Sale 2, 3, 45 Art Club 45 Red Cross I, 2, 35 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 35 Glee Club I5 Biography and Verse Committee5 Science Fair 2. KENNETH J. SLOAN C ycles, cars, constant motion A dept in the graphic arts shop S ymbolic ot lite's leisure P hotography plays a pastime E lectro-Lab work . . . Ken R ogue . . . Ready tor anything Industrial Arts Award5 Band I5 Gym- nastics I5 Candy Sale 25 Christmas Proiects 3, 45 Graphic Arts Commit- tee5 Junior Prom5 Glee Club I5 Sci- ence Fair 3, 45 Math Fair 3, 45 Music Festival 3, 45 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN SMITH M akes triends easily . . . sport: enthusiast E cstatic personality . . . Lilred by all R igorous supporter ot Flyer Team R eservoir ot laughs and tun I n and out ot mischiet . . . Pitt E ager to help others . . . Nursing Field Hockey 3, Co-Captain 45 In- tramurals 25 Candy Sale 2, 3, 45 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 45 Biog- raphy and Verse Committee 45 Mar- shal 45 Drama Club 2, 35 Senior Play5 Variety Show 45 Debating Club 3, 45 Junior Prom Flower Commit- tee 35 Glee Club 25 Pep Squad 4. BARBARA ANN R. SMITH B ouncy long strawberry blonde hair A drnits to being a sports enthusiast R eaching out tor a hairdressing career B elieves in having tun I rritated by snobs and braggarts E asy to lcnow but hard to torget Candy Sale 45 Music Festival 3, 45 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Pep Squad 3, 4. LINDA L. SMITH P lans Cosmetology as a career E nioys hairdressing . . . Night School calls A vid tan ot school sports N eed a ride to school? Loves to drive. U sually answers to the names ot "Shorty" or "Lyn," T he Army appears to capture her attention Field Hockey I, Softball 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 35 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 45 Biography and Verse Staff of Philomath5 Pep Squad 4. RICHARD SMITH S lender and sincere M aintains a vibrant attitude I nterested in speed and sports T hought highly ot by all T ries with a hardy spirit Y earns tor college. ROBERT SMITH S avoiretaire M any triends I nterested in toad T all, terriIiC T ired all the time Y earning to be a gym teacher Track 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Candy Sale 2 ,3, 4, Junior Prom Lighting Committee, Science Fair 3, Math Fair I, Senior Play. TORRINE LEONE SMITH U nrivaled poise and charm N ever a dull moment I nquisitive and industrious Q uick, witty, always happy U ltimate goal: research E nergetic personality . . Torry Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Protects I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, French Club I, International Relations Club 4, Dance Committee tor Interna- tional Holiday 3. BARBARA FRANCES SOLOMON N ever a dull moment O pportunity knocks . . .Teaching V cgue . . . I-ligh style tor clothes I nterests in many sports C aretree, casual, complaizant E migrant trom Worcester . . . Barb North lVVorcesterJ H,S.: Field Hockey I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Captain 3, Tennis 2, Softball I, 2, Student Coune cil I, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, Drama Club I, Art Club I, Glee Club I, Red Cross I, 2, 3, Creative Writing Club I, F.S.H.S,: Basketball 4. DIANE ELAINE SPENCER D .ICU ..,Cfirr1pliiiZfsnt... lDf'lU'.ll'!l O ri-4 fuliri riigv- r lrwwriu C irw C' 'J i, lwr 'urnrnrir hidi-fiiit I ri' itrf 'fail 'ri ii tr- aching r iruf-r L ik-lulr, fyiritliy rgcniiil E rif' i.',liC lifirlff-yi pl iyfir Cliristnms Proiccts I, 2, 3, 4, Candy 'mlm 2, 3, -1, SLIUVICC Fair 2, RCCI CYOSSJ Home-room Chairman 2, Business and fvlvi-rtising Stall 4, Spanish Club 4, liituru Ii,-.inlv-rs Association, 4. LINDA ST. GERMAINE A miable . . .Ambitious ...Antics C asual . . . Clever . . . Cheery T alks incessantly with Evie I nterested in becoming a nurse V ivacious . . .Vigorous . . .Vixen E nioys basketball. skating, sottball Basketball 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Protects I, 2, Pep Squad 3. JEAN STALKER C ute ... Musical ...Jeannie O tt to college soon M ay maior in art I ntectious laugh, sense ot humor C ars an interest, drives a V.W. Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Musical Comedy 3, 4, Art Club 4, French Club 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Commit- tee, Glee Club 3, A Cappella 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Music Festival 3, 4, Gym Show I, 3, 4, Basketball 4. STEPHEN STEFANINI H opes tor college in time U nderstanding triend . . . Persistent pranks N ovels attract attention . . Nimble mind T alented musical career E nioys studying Biology . . . Great class! R eady-and-waiting, let's go! Baseball I, National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 2, Variety Show 4, Spanish Club 4, Science Fair I, 2, Math ,Fair I, 2. JOHN STEARNS H onest and conscientions O n to college . . . Aircraft technician N cw lrom Vocational O nly one girl lor him R oiil .iutomobilo lan S c-rious, studious National Honor Society 3, 4, Marshal 3 . MAUREEN SULLIVAN S weet Prom Princess U nique personality . . . Capricious and Cute L oves those "quiet" nights at the library L ively . . . Never missed a tootball game Y en tor college ...Great organizer . . . "Captain" Field Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4, ln- tramurals 2, Candy Sale T, 2, Home Room Chairman 4, Christmas Proiects 1, Classroom Representative 2, Biog- raphy and Verse Committee, Library Aide 1, 2, Drama Club 2, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Pep Squad 3, 4. PENELOPE ANN SURNER D evil in disguise!!! Y earning tor freedom . . . No strings! N amed Penny... Worth more A lways on the go ...Chevy M ischiet maker . .. O h! that little brother! Christmas Proiects 2, Drama Club I, Senior Play, Junior Prom Commit- tee, Pep Squad 3, Red Cross 2, 3, 4. PENNY ANN SWENSON B ecomes everyone's triend E xpectations ot medical technology N ever lets anyone down I ntense dislike tor conceited people G reat in the culinary arts N ewcomer to South High JOSEPH E. TAGLIAFERRI T ag . . . Never lags on the iob A thlete supreme C overs the court with dexterity K ens his classmates, everyone L aconic in most conversaton E xamine closely-he'lI reach the top Fvotball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. ANTHONY P. TASCIONE R eady to laugh end ioke U sually seen with a redhead G reat tun to be with G oing . . .going . . .gone tor cars E ngrossed in party lite D etermined athlete Football I, 2, Hockey I, Rifle Club 3. PHILIP GRAHAM TAYLOR R obust, good-looking U p-to-date in dress G overnment work tor Phil G oes tor hockey . . . Athletic E asy-going, likes people D ances, parties, excitement Candy Sale 1, 2. GERTRUDE TEEL S ilent . . . "I don't Know" T alent: potholders anyone? l ntent when the Beatles are on! T rudy-Don't call me Gert! C lerk . . . "Your change, Sir." H appy disposition . . . Humble Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. GARY THAYER G entleman . . . A true triend E nergetic Runner N oted tor his impetus I mparting wisdom his future A ccordion his instrument L ong will be remembered Cross Country I, Track 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Senior Play. TERRI A. THISTLE T ypewriter, notebook, pencil Y earns to be a secretary P arty goer with the girls I ntectious giggles means tun S ociability . . . Sincerity . .. Sweetness T erri . . .Accepts things as they come. Field Hockey 25 Softball 35 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 41 Drama Club 3, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom Flower Com- mitteeg Red Cross I, 2, 3. LINNEA Tl-IORELL B oys are her pastime O wns a gold charm bracelet U ltimate goal is iewelry design N eat, etticient, composed C reative . . . Malres her own clothes Y et to miss the hoclcey goal Field Hockey 4, Intramurals 27 Christ- mas Proiects Ig Art Club 4, French Club 4, Biography and Verse Com- mittee, A Cappella 3, 4, Math Fair 2, Music Festival 3, 4, Art Festival l, 2, Gym Show I. DAVID RICHARD TOGNACCI A ctive in class . . . Lively lad N ever serious . . . Never a dull moment T entative scientist I ntelligent . . .Opinionated C aretree . . . Friendly . . .Wants wealth S ensitive .. .Sense ot humor Science Fair 2, 3, 4. MICHELE ANN TOTA 8 iq interest in Flyers, piirtirrn, and good times U ltimiife cfirc-er: dental fizsigtfint B B Ch The d e ,-f-, fo, evy . ,, , ons. tori B i,',', ln". ot clotting . . . Fashion Fnltlfjpfi L i-'vt'-r . . . Alrmundirtg- wad rpirt Y f 1 lrruw li'-r bf-',t in Miclrii: Cheerleader 3, Captain 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiccts I, 2, 35 Marshal 2, Junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Red Cross I, 2. SHIRLEY TOWNE S inger . . . Sweet little Shirley O pen-minded C asual, charming, creative I ntent on marriage A ctress, active. appealing L ustrous smile Candy Sale 45 Christmas Projects I 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2. RICHARD TRAVERS J olcing . . . Jovial . . . Jubilant A ttention to the service and college U nlimited source ot humor N iclcname. California T ransterred trom the Pacitic Coast Y ields to all Candy Sales 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4: Variety Show: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. lil in ttritmfi 'f. "Kickotf? Heck no' Im a Rockette' MARY KATHRYN TROMB I W itty, Wise, Wholesome I nterested in teaching biology S ottball . . . Fun . . . Amuses D evoted triend . . .determination warmth O n the ball . . . Honest M arriage . . . Practical . .. Magnetic personality Softball 4, Future Teachers Associa- tion 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Prom Decorating Committee,,4 Christmas Protects I, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, Biography and Verse Committee. JANICE JUSTINE URBINATI T alented head maiorette W ants to be a secretary I nterests at Dean Junior College R eady tor every party L ight, bubbling personality S parlclinq smile . . . Bright eyes Maiorette 2, 3, Head Maiorette 4, Marshal 2, Junior Prom Reservation Committee, Christmas Proiects i, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Senior Play. . i , -. ff J ' igegiiifriwffiei t-is . 'fm A r ' ' ' ffvxttfs 1' sl .F-S... RI.: 4 .C -2-ff-"'s. '- I X 1-'i '!t1g..ff'3.tSf ' if , V5 A '.g'1'3A.li JOAN A. VALENTINE F ond ot humor R arely sad or gloomy O bviously triendly L ollipops and roses l nto mischief all the time C onsiderate ot others Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Pep Squad 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Committee, Business and Advertis- ing staff 4. SHARRON VALENTINI C heering and good times ot prime importance A larming blue eyes reveal her intent N ever a dull moment. . . lmpish ways D elicately teminine appearance O utloolc: hairdressing school R emembers the past but loolcs to the tuture Cheerleader 4, Gymnastics l, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, Sen- ior Play, Junior Prom Ticket Com- mittee. KARIN VAN ALSTINE D elighttul personality U nique . . . tv1odest.,.Subtle L uscious. dainty smile C ute, charming, clever E nergetic . . . Honest . . . Sweet T alented secretary Candy Sale l, 3, 4, Christmas Proi ects I, 2, 3, 4. ELMER WAEGER E nioys hunting and tishing L oolcs to tuture schooling M assachusetts Fish and Gamg Department? E asy-going , . . Experienced stood worlrer R eticent but co-operative Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, -2. RANDOLPH LEE WALLACE R hyfhm and Rhyme A ctiye eagle scout N avy needs his comic personality andy musician with quiet wit outh tellowship participant D Y Band l, 2, 3, 4, Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir 3, 4, Musical Comedy 4, Football I, Tennis 1, Track 1, Candy Sale 2, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH A. WATTERSON D iligent and Delighttul A tine secretary someday l nterested in sports N aturally unassuming T o be remembered as Judy Y earning tor knowledge Candy Sale 1, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Junior Achievement Award 3. ROSE O. WELCOME S wimmer . . . Skater . . . Sunday rider I nterested in being a nurse or secretary L ilres peacetul parties . . .Cousins E asily litecl . . . Rosie N ice . . . Determined . .. Opinionated T O travel is her desire Candy Sale I, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2. KAREN ANN WELLS G ' :C iii. riL3'f'f:1tJlC Qril E ri, fs lf-tterz lr fm tho Crust C21 ltd N wr tl.mr:'.tfrQ Wd tht- C ipfr . ,. "iif."2f1u T rr, rg' ch irrn tx :iff ff' l. . l . .l,:+2ti"1 . lilritllfy E :"t' f""l1'r' Canfly Sale l, 2, 3, -1, Christmas Prop-rts l, 2, 11 ROBERT WILSON W ants to go to Lowell Tech l nterested in girls, cars. baseball T rusty.. .Tacit. . .True T allrs about almost anything Y awner . . . Youthtul . . . Bob Baseball 4, Candy Sale 2, 4, Chrigf. mas Projects 2. MARCIA L. WOOD M akes those treshmen stay in line A lways reading . . .Ambitious student R ed is her tavorite color S edate but surprising H eaded for secretarial school Candy Sale 1, 3, 4, Christmas Proi ects 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 2 Biography and Verse Committee. DIANE WOOLHOUSE P ert . . . Proper . . . Proticient O tticial logroller. . .One ot a pair . . . Original l ntelligent . . . Independence at its height S ensible, social, capable ot anything E nioys things out ot the ordinary . . . Enthusiastic D etermined . . . Dazzles 'em on the tennis court . . .College Math Fair, Honorable Mention I, Tennis 3, 4, Intramurals T, 2, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Drama Club 2, Student Crier 3, Biography and Verse Committee, Marshal 3, French Club 4, Variety Show 4. DONALD EDWARD YOUNG A lways on the go C titers to the crowd T o become a carpenter l n and out ot mischief O tten seen in a Falcon N r-vcr at a loss tor words Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. SARA ZANOTTI riendly with a pretty smile over ot parties . . . Night owl F L l deal leader ot the senior women ates high with her triends R T allc,l'all4,Tallc .. .Sara Y esterday's student . . . Tomorrow's secretary Field Hockey 1, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide 1, Marshal 2, 3, 4, Senior Play A, Variety Show 4, Junior Prom, Flower Committee, Glee Club ly Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. STEVE ZERBINI S lcilled in the art ot relaxation E ven tempered . . . Easy R oving eye . . . Resolved to play it cool E verybody's Buddy . . . Steve N ever say die . . . Live it up E specially appeals to the girls Candt' Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Debating Club 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, JOHN A. ZUCCHI L aw or business, Zucch's choice E llervescent South Spirit A miable, his middle name D iplamatic, dedicated dynamo E nthusiastic tootball tan R epresents remarkable 'reliability Football 2, Student Council l, 2, 35 President 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, -'ip Student Crier 3, Junior Class President, Musical Com- edy 3, Science Fair l, 2, 3, 4, Honor- able Mention l, 2. -Y 1"1-vi MEMORIAM I947- I963 LOUIS EDWARD MILANI ,yi Q i ,- It ia ocafzbn f 101191612 JOAO C. ARAUJO G oes big for soccer Y ou can call him John M ember ot the gym team N o singer lexcept sewing machinesl A ll for Portugal S tudying electronics N T op man on parallel bars Football l, Gymnastics l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Jun- ior Prom Lighting Committee 2, 3, 4. If CHARLES S. BRANNIGAN S erious-minded . . . Sincere K een tor college E nthralled by Linda T eaching ahead C lever and neat worker H omesick for Newfound Lake Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Proiects l, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Glee Club 3, Music Festival 3. ARTHUR L. CELLA S tudies hard, a plugger P rcsscs weights O n his way to Northeastern R rlcovor that fumble! X T alcnted mechanic S lurdy all the way 'W-pf Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. JAMES H. COOKMAN C omes from Southborough O ut to make a buck . . .Worker O pen minded . . .Volunteer Fireman K eeps on the move l nterested in rods and guns E ager to make friends Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4. CARTER DAVIS C omes from Sherborn A lways willing to argue R eady for action T ime means nothing. E ager to ioin service R ather own a Ford Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proi- ects 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH DUFFY D own Ashland way U ncanny mechanic F orever somnolent F antastic tor tlivver Y oung in spirit Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4. ANTHONY IRVING B orn leader R adical redhead A dventurous aristocral l ntent on engineering N octurnal nomad Y ou'll find him listed on the honor roll Basketball 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM L. KNAPP W illing fo give advice I nferesfed in cars and girls L ilces fhe nighf prowlers L ively inferesf in world affairs I nferesled in aufomofive engineering E ven Tempered. easy going Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4. THOMAS M. LANE N ighf frain lane I nfelligenf in mafh class F orfhrighf and forceful T allcs aboul Fords Y oung and enfhusiasfic Football 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Biog- raphy and Verse Committee, Mar- shal 4. ROBERT A. MCKERNAN S ecure in his ways K een for ham radios I nferesled in elecfronics P repared fo make friends P roud of Civil Air Patrol Y ields fo opinions of ofhers Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Rifle Club 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Junior Prom Lighting Committee 3, 4, Science Fair I, 2, 4, Math Fair I, 4, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MCLAUGHLIN M onlceys wifh cars O uf for a good fime T ampers wifh frouble O n fhe go R eflecfion of Vocafional S earching for someone Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4, Marshal 4, Junior Prom Light- ing Committee 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3. ROBERT B. MORAVVSKI R esourceful . . . Bob U sually volunteers for acfivitiea G ood sporf on the field G efs along wifh his classmates E nfering service D efermined fo gef ahead Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Student Council 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4: Marshal 3, 4, Senior Play 3, Junior Prom 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4. ALBERT PARKER P leasanf fo lcnow . . . Al L eisurely manner A ufomofive major C aufious cavalier I nfelligenf individual D ignified . . . Diligenf Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4. PAUL PICKETT R elaxed and reliable E nrolled in aufomofive G reaf wilh cars U biquifous in fhe corridors L ilcable ...Lucid ...Learned A pf fo be quief R ugged . . . Romanfic . .. Reserved Football I, Track l, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3. EDWARD RACKETTE S porty dresser H ome in I'-lopkinton A rttul writer R aises a "Raclrette" P layboy Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Class Representative of Sophomore Class. ROBERT SHAMBLIN R eady tor a party I ntatuated with Ricka C atchy dresser K nown to be caretree A utomobile wreclcer V1 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Lighting Com- mittee. CHARLES SILVETTI C hevy man all the way H abitually helptul and handy A lways a candid comment R eady, willing and stable L ongs tor speedster l mpeccable dresser E nrolled in automotive Marshal 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4. WILLIAM A. SIMMERMAN W illinq to help O it to a tuture in the Air Force R eady to lend a buclc K c-eps Ree's car running E fwqr-r to have a good time R ernemberf A cf-rtfiin girl in N.J. Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Proiects 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Biography and Verse' Committee. JOHN SPERA L evel headed guy A ttended Newton Tech. U npredictable G oes tor tun H omeric laughter S chooling in machine shop Candy Sale 4, Christmas Proiects 4. RAYMOND TRAVIS N ights at Wentworth I mpressed by Jean F aithtul to Chevy's T raining to be mechanical engineer Y earns to be settled down Football I, 3, Marshal 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Music Festival 3. RONALD D. TRUDEL T rue to Karen R eady and able O bservant in class O n to hairdressing school D etermined to succeed L ilres a good time E tticient . .. Capable Student Council 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 2, 4, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, Junior Prom Lighting Committee, Glee Club 2, 3, Music Festival 3. WILLIAM .l. WOOD W entworth atter graduation O n the ball in shop O n toward success D etermined to finish '38 Ford Y oung and enthusiastic Hockey I, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3. A ll T ' -Q? l'v la LO Senior Superlatives MOST POPULAR Linda Rendell John Zucchi BEST LOOKING Maureen Sullivan Paul McEnTeggarT fjgfi X -J YH" 1 K ff-YJ BEST DRESSED Anthony Abu Nancy Mendillo 7"G' 3 L MOST ARTISTIC Ida Ruszifs Vicfor Franzinii' MOST VERSATILE Judy Copiihorne William Daniels lb-A L MOST MUSICAL Joseph Cerufi Laurel Johnson MOST ATHLETIC John Goddard Barbara Smifh MOST TYPICAL Sandra Cella William Daniels 9' MOST FLIRTATIOUS Terry Tnisfle Robert Duffy 'il,,,., MOST FRIENDLY John Zucclwi Lucy Paolini ,A MOST COMICAL Anthony Parenfe Maureen McKinney sf ' xv' 1 6 v . -"5 K 'Q jg "agar 'I :tim-T5 if MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Laurel Johnson John Zucchi ' MOST INTERESTING Maureen McKinney Jens Nielsen MOST INTELLIGENT Roger Levine Virginia Delaney 'J MOST SOPHISTICATED Fred Horfon Jane Castellano fi Q 1 , L ' - v C44 3 2 A 1' - , , m r , y . ', if 159: ,fw- ' ff ' .-lf.Qf.:'-'fig ,. 'A '1'i'nd'w -99 . C V I . i 1 VA. ,ua 4'- .v-f ' r.A. f s ...u x I . . , N mv:-3 . , ,ill--A. ' f..---we . .H ' , 1 11 15 . J? s I if.,..f'1-rf, ! , K I . -: fr '- - 5 'h' 4 ' ur. - ' ' ' , U 1 I J X I I I A x Y- .5 '. X -. , Q ..' 46 . E- Bc, lx ' . ,. . isa' , 1, .4 I' Q' . :s 'M -. - 7- lil i 1 1 1 1 1 1 lf ,. 1 1 1 1 l t . l 4 1 1 l 1 lf 1 1 11 57' 1 .fan legal ' Qi A-lil D gl - ' -I "C . f '. -A 951. , - , -M. , A. U .. A . 4: P . g ..- Wr' "Tn'7'.v'r rw ' 4 ' ff- Q...----' 'lies J - s ' 1 '- -- .1 . s. f. . 14.2 4. era ." 13a '. f, f,'i " g ' -- .,,l'L.fs.. First row: G. Farris, S. Brillhart, J. Urbinati, B. Rivera. Second row: D. Nicoli, R. Keville, M. Smith, C. Burr, M. Deveau, B. Whitney, R. Ambuter, J. Puri, J. Pat- terson, B. Hastings, R. Calaltan, T. Ferraro, S. Needleman, P. Silva, D. Young, L. Wales, L. McKinstry, D. Lincoln. Third row: L. Breed, D. Lopes, M. Needleman, D. Holmes, D. Renzi, S. Ferguson, K. Tait, L. Rotelli, L. Peso, S. Belloli, B. Swift. Fourth row W. Durgan, D. Sobiewski, D. Moulton, A. Bartolini, B. Anderson, J. Reynolds, J. Yee, D. Prince, F. Byrt, S. Hansen, B. Blake, J. Schoner, L. Loring. Fifth row: G. Manarino, G. Kinler, R. Blake, L. Sobiewski, R. Wallace, C. Matheson, B. Ross, S. Montana, R Franclwi, F. Lanigan, P. DeWolfe, R. Singleton, W. Fuller, P. Hastings. rg,- .,. rf- .2 Entrgrtmnment is our business, at rallies . . and at football games 73 1g , Y, 1 J cybreffes ' Mfr' v 'ou ' .fy-Y ti - s , -.'- - -' V e' 1- ' - , wb., , ., ..f . . ' , ... ""' 1, u.. Front row: Sandy Brillhart, Larri Hoey imascoij, Janice Urbinati. Second row: Debbie Young, Mary Deveau, Rachael Keville, Brenda Rivera, Diana Lincoln, Pam Silva, Leslie McKins1ry, Linda Wales, Gail Farris, Diane Nicoli, Margaret Smith, Carol Burr. '1llr'7"T' 3 N H M . --I V , ,- 3 mv 1 . Swingin' l 1 H' Q34 4 4 Q .5 -: '- Singin' 79 l l 1 I l 1 l I C 1fQQIkGfL7I'S N! -t O, QS .E ,' silo 1. ,, 9 We Ii r K' w,, The Girls entertained at rallies . ' X 1 Q and at the Football Dance X .-Q I 'WC- . 'l?u.J'E2l I v url, Copnhornc, Mickey Tora, Captamg Sharon Valentini, Jane Castellano. Second row: Joanne I I r ' If N J lt..-., Gr-rr, Hutt., Sur: Camdonna, Margaret Flunk, Pat Taylor, Joanne Moresi. sl 80 ll E arszf oofgaf First row: R. Capobianco, C. Palanzi, A. Cella, R. Morawski, P. McConarty, J. Tagliaferri, Co-Captains, A. Canali and W. Daniels, C. Oosterman R. Magri, N. Sasville, .l. Goddard, H. Moe, C. Schiavi. Second row: Mr. Galvani, Coach Badger, P. Cordella, M. Smith, J. Regan, M. Leporati, P. Hastings, T. Hauptman, P. McEnteggert, R. Duffy, Head Coach Jachowicz, K. O'Brien, M. Baldwin, J. Oldach, J. Jones, T. Rhodes, A. Abu, R. Travers, R. Edgett, M. Taylor, R. Haubner, Coach Deleo, Mr. Daniels. Third row: J. Crager V. Thompson, T. Miller, R. Towle, E. Turieo, G. Smith, D Tseklenis, C. Maggiore, W. Ramos, K. Dakai, J. Rainey, J. Finn, B. Frost, R. Clements, T. Sullivan, T. Butler, D. Merloni, B. Warren. ,- ,, .135-?,5f.w..A,9qff-rf V . LW . Jack Daniels :Y.f',,,Q,V, Director of Athletics Coaching Staff: C. Deleo, R. Jachowicz, head coach, A. Badger, J, McDevitt. 4.4174 Q -. " Frank Galvani Assistant Athletic Director I 2 .rv ,' - :- 4 'ww Design Touchdown 00'4'?oQ" ! I -Isv0O.O.l 1 Development In the clear . EW K I 4 : Nh W ' . 5,.,Z'f:ff,J'1 JH , I I 1 fl Q. I ' x' ' .. "' he Ay 1 1 I . 5 3 41 l ' 4 al ' .. 4 , .D al. Z". UAL 'tllxl l o 4- "dJ,,..' , . NHT" ' '1"". 4. Disaster 'I enzbr Tony Abu l l I I 1 w Bob Magri I i Kevin O'Brien 1 W. l Bob Capobianco Pete McConar1y Jerry Oldach AI Canali Co-Captains Bob Duffy Paul McEnteggart Carl Oosferman Bill Daniels Ron Edgerr 'Q C3 Buzz Moe fans Terry Hauptman 5 Q? .C , 1' 4"- 'UV' Bob Morawski Carl Palanzi . 4 Charlie Schiavi Joe Tagllafeffi Q Joe Regan Q vis L H9 XY Af Will it work? b Glu 4 -'fir' H. -an 1- 1 H A lm' Bl rw: U Wmrfrllffirl, J Sv'-plwanini, W Smnh, E. Bradley, K. Kacding, S. Ablondi, J. Capobianco, W. Loring, S. Dyer, J. Farias, J. Capslick, R f rl H H l KE! 0 HELP! UIIZIOI' arszg avfl. I1 ri-flllrrgua iflfflnfl mn Mr, Galvani, Mr. Daniels, S, Bodkin, R Bryant, J. Chapman, B. Foley, J. Warren, R. Kowalski, P . f- Unr,lrf'll'J"C, J lf-v 'lar-, A Plfflrlllo rrqr, Coarlm MrDvviH. Thin! row R. MCKin5lry, R. Pereira, G. Mcgin, R. Read, D. Spcrarldia, K 1 84 'f rr AI f l,,,-fr ross ounff .1 4 ' First row: Edward P. Dowling, Coach, Don Anderson, Peter Kennedy, Kirk Jordan, Jim Hastings, Lee Kichenp Francis Galvani, Asst. Athletic Director. Second row: Larry Paglia, Peter Hart, Mgr., Nick Ballasg Ralph Bowman, Dan Puglisi, Jay Howardp Mark Rodin, Mgr.4Trainee. Third row: Jerry Barnhart, Bob Singleton, Bob Stetson, John Jordan, Captain, Al Seibert. , ln 1 YV' .f ,If .- , . In this sport you don't quit, you run, and run, and run! 'K m A S. 91246 7 Zrefafjlgcfe 'H-'-"4 ' .., fin' LALQQT' ,, . .. Y E-'pq f 4. '-". Varsity Team Front row: Linda Devine, Francine Cormier, Linnea Thorell, Maureen Sullivan, CCO-captainj, Barbara Smith CCo-captainl, Maureen McKinney, Jane Duane, Nancy Commoli. Second row: Dorothy Crosby, Nancy Martinez, Carol Joyce, Donna Spencer, Beverly Brandolini, Marilyn Steacie, Carol Wallace, Linda Sturrock. 454 l lx? Junior Varsity Team Front row: Gloria Anspach, Kathy Saletnik, Kathy Dexter, Pat Barber, Sue DeNicolias, Margie Coleg Marissa Gans, Pam Derechsel, Pat Ferrari, Gail Sullivan, Second row: Roberta Freeman, Joyce Reynolds, Margie Scycourka, Vickie Crager, Pat Ritchie, Debbie Gusha, Lindsay Goddard, Sharon Bremer, Caroline Dow, Susan Bayes, Ginny Megin, Kathy VandenBurgh, Diane Spencer, manager. lU"l ll NP 'll JO" pl. 'f i- - f r i' rl ,wil Maur--'rn Sullivan. ,A la . I - Q ' l if K-lv i 2 fi'-f,m3c Mg A I , 1 ' Bb The gentle l?l game of field hockey Q24 57 cf asfefgaf Varsity and Junior Varsity players. First row: S. Maish, P. Graham, S. Skinner, B. Flumere, L. Loring, Debby Spencer, Donna Spencer, K. Martin C. Joyce, D. Crosby, E. Ellison. Second row: S. Bennett, N. Martinez, P. Gagne, E. Gibbs, B. Solomon, L. St. Germaine, T. Reihl, J. Duane D Martinez, E. Dolliver, S. Mayo, J. Carmody, Mrs. West, coach. -41 14. G .. . 1 ff S... Nancy Martinez s.. - J ' ,f -..K 'Q Pam Gagne pursues the ball as Tina Reihl Cleftj and Barbara Solomon close in to help S controls the tap. X Fast break '31 4' ..- ws mine' "Hello, Bally - - 1 88 J asfefgaf l X I R. Firsr row: J. Lilly, E. Provencher, P. Roberti, A. Seibert, T. August, J. Antonioli, K. Salvi, F. Hill. Second row: Coach Greeley, W. Ramos, J. Tagliaferri, A. Andri, W. Daniels, l. Mason H. O'NeiIl, G. Coolidge. vas' ' Co-captain Co-captain ""' AI Seibert Tom August as, 1' Nxf' .-rxy0- 'xx' i,,,,p" Y Joe Antonioli Bill Daniels lf! Mason -T . A.. ,Q - ,,, ,-,A f 1' ' 5 X, , M I - Q I ,Myf ' -Q z Jon TiiglI51!f'fYl Paul Robcni Hugh O'NeilI ' 'Z A Ira hits for two 5 I The long arm of the law ,. Q ., U! 1, D Q S N-.. Now if the angle of incidence is 1 angle of reflection . . . 54 ' 1 ll II il i L 0 he same as the Touchdown? Y , 5 .-13? 5-'-"4"'5?"' 'al' 7-""'Q, l'll have this light fired 'n a min ure 1 l 'R 5' .Y f 7 ' ff . ' a aw AEN? L 3... Lu Pop It, Joe ! I! s , JJ,.--'Y ,,.,! gh ,,, ? gg' 3' . ' 0 Try looking down. i ' 7- r P L Amty Swl, ',mL'. .1 ',t.ot in ug! ilirftv 5 Southk victory Q i 5 x K N.. A August was hot against Natick. i I ...L QZECAW l First row: J. Steele, J. Borghi, D. Drake, J. Goddard, T. Little, D. Brandolini, J. Craiger, T. Butler, V. Thompson, W. Loring. Second row: Robert Bell, V. Accorsini, D. Anderson, K. Kimball, R. Parmeter, B. Hastings, J. Taylor, J. Warren, S. Dyer, Coach George Sullivan. Nr 'gr-ar Co-captain Jack Borghi Ruddy Goddard J ff , ' ff? Co captain Tom Little Sgr' 'Q'-iff D3nnY Drake Don Brandolini Coach D . N ,. X . DOJ- ,fu -.ffl v...4.,,nnunVl""' I F1 Q' ,.-. -'45 lpt - 'f7"':'.-"""+-'Fw . ' ri W , 1 It A L , , 'M' N .Li ' 'Y' iz: , wif-51 ll l What me w y" Shllltllh 1 d k 715, is t uyx iv 3 I 92 P IH 1 h 15 ix..- 1.. They scored a goalie! Another great save They ,, . ,,....-.4 - Action around the boards 'h s Ruddy on the rampage 5: Q I thought you had if ymn a.9f1'C.9 l . v if T j ' L' ' ' ' F fy 7 " 3 .4 X f ff! Q, -. yr, .Q I1 . fs I L' K 7 ,ex lo Q y 1 1, infvnn J . Y , X X If ,KN 4 ' I sc' x- I " ., . , 7. - R i f 1' , n C f R" Jp 1 5 3' X ' 5 i' ii .- . . ,h I n Firstfrow: Capt. V. Butler, Mgr. F. Horton, M. Rossi, R. Paull, D. Holmes, E. Resteghini, R. Rendell, J. Borges, E. Datti, G. Scyocurka, E. Lehman, R. Naticchioni, A. Manzella. Second row: Coach George Wheeler, Coach Thomas Woodcome, E. Cardiff, D. Alexander, J. Araujo, R. Singleton, J. Nielsen, S. Caparelliotis, J. Jones, R. Smith T. Dunlap, H. Morgan, J. Samson, K. Miller, D. Jones. l Form is all important Freshman Tony Manzella shows why South's gymnastic future is bright Captain Vern Butler demonstrates his versatility t"!X fr D4 4, '- -. i, I '. ,r h U ill Y so Vern executes a tough move I2 OOF ZQGC' .Q3 fi it - Z".-.-' " En: A4?"'.'.L" 1.51" ' 'F' I AIS' "" .T .4 -'41 " ' , 7 ' First row: J. Jordan, D. Payne, P. Hart, R. Stetson, P. Hastings, J. Hastings, B. Frost, T. Abu, M. Rodin, B. Gilmore. Second row: Coach Eduard Dowling, L Kichen, J. Howard, J. Ferulla, J. Rainey, L. Paglia, R. Bowman, B. Haubner, G. Barnhart, J. Miller, R. Kowalski, D. Jones. Members not in picture: T. Suflfx an C. Dakai. yfe cgpoffsp Scene af if 4- -1- + "l threw a ball into the air Q 2 .""'T'QL, - ,-, Framingham drives for a score O.K., Joe, grab it! new Maybe iY's under your foot. K-- r 1'.',Lf- 'frHu- ur 9b Two on one? That won'! stop us! , 'K f U , - ., ft ?5 ,kwa : n Vx.. .. v, if - 4 .ly W xr ' .ww- -K v 5 35 A . , , -. I ww L.: , , Z3i??Z?LIL?ezfy:Hw W 'W A ,........ fm -M W Y . -ar 'Q' , , -'z 2, 'f X TW f"L'1"' 3 V 1 W v H I V x , ' .- . 'ff ' - , :, A. V f. . 'A2af1,L -' x 5 'Ak , ,'?'.'.. 0. , -,rr l. ,gp Vi, A .- . j 1. ,ff ,ff , 1 F 1. FQ' I jr, Q if 4 'QIJ' f , , ffl, J. -. ' 4-,, ,jan .y, v ' -,av . . 4 V yr VI, , 1 . " , ar rv , 1" ,A . 1 'I-. ' I--Q.,N4,.',?" M ., 4 , .-1- ffk, . ,'7- Q,-"sf .u K Xl , f if I .fkfixx 1 -,. 4 K wx," ' l -Y. f , 1. ?f!,fw L'-,fx ,E f-. 1 I 1 ' 1 V . K s 'f 1,1 '- , ,gl ,, fxl,...y X If ' sg 1-'1 - X., .X f A31 V. 'f if as ' , 5 ' 'xi ' A M IAQEQM Q-an 'M .B 98 CSZZUOQIQZI si ld First row: Mr. Flaherty, D. Crosby, J. Moresi, J. Cattani, D. Spencer, J. Copithorne, J. Flanigan, S. Cella, J. Castellano, P. Taylor. Second row: J. Natoli, J. Nestell, L. Rendell, J. Staruk, M. Flink, G. Betti, S. Caradonna, K. Salvi, J. Antonioli, J. Zucchi. Third row: A. DeSantis, B. Hastings, V. Butler, W. Garrett, J. Nielsen, R. Morowski, W. Daniels, R. Levine, T. Ferraro. Fourth row: T. McCarthy, F. Hill, T. Little, D. Lopes. ...Y Officers, First row: Mr. Flaherty, advisor, Linda Rendell, corresponding sec- retary, John Zucchi, president, Judy Copithorne, recording secretary. Second John l3'fln95'l1e meeTln9 to Ofdefr row: Kevin Salvi, second vice-president, Tom Ferraro, first vice-president, Joseph Antonioli, treasurer. l ..'B?' .lr x x oun cz' at ,M Senior members, First row: J. Copithorne, S. Cella, L. Rendell, J. Flanigan, J. Castellano. Second row: V. Butler, J. Antonioli, R. Morowski, J. Zucchi. Third row: W Daniels R Levine J Nielsen i WILLIAM DANIELS I Jewish War Veteran Award. JOHN ZUCCHl Student Government Day Rep resentative Award. "Let's twist again . . ." LINDA RENDELL D.A.R. Award. T Tommy rises 1: 'lie ocqaswn ana? C5612 Coordinators, Front row: J. Moresi, M. Flink, J. Zucchi, S. Caradonna, S. Cella. F n L l Second row: D. Crosby, J. Sfaruk, D. Lopes, T. Ferraro, W. Daniels. -l Lui Summit conference. , . 'Duff you my 700 ff'JlH'V "There goes my dict! IOO r V3 Gfrzkfm as J rg? cfs I g fr A 2 The whole group. S Coordinators: First row: J. Anfonioli, J. Copithorne, S. Cella, J. Flanigan, V. Butler. Second row: J. Zucchi, R. Levine, W. Daniels, T. Ferraro, D. Brandolini. MU? "Beep-beep!" "Ani . 11 , 'Ax' J". - ' -" N 'J -"Sim '. - I Ya ?'f,, 'j 3. sg! Q' xf If 'Q 5.9! v ,.. . ' A. ' . ' x 'vfy . -hwmn l iv i ' ' "' .'x.,W'! ix A . f i ' x 2- - 4' Sw-.N J. .. ' 1 i P - fi . an ,A if! gina H-ffg f ., 2 I J MISS HELEN VANCAVAGE Senior Class advisor Qgfeerzhy Ommzffe es US' . 705' Senior Steering Committee, First Row: J. Flanigan, J. Castellano, S. Cella, l. Samaskeawicz, L. Miller, B. Freeman, J. Logan, D. Mahler. Second row: P. McConarty, C. Palanzi, L. Rendell, S. Purington, D. Lounsbury, S. Priestman, S. Needleman, V. Butler. Third row: J. Zucchi, A. Canali, A. Abu, A. Seibert, W. Daniels, F. Horton, R. Trudel, R. Singleton, G. Oldach. N i- . A Wye. QI T Junior Class officers, Front: Jane Nestell, treasurer, Anthony DeSantis, president. Rear: Nancy Nathan, 4 secretary, John Natoli, vice-president. 4 qll l 'l l . ' Senior Class Officers, Front: Linda Rendell, treasurer, " o 5' Jean Flanigan, secretary. Rear: Albert Canali, vice- president, Vernon Butler, president. vo, ,,'. Q.. Q J . MS..- ..,- vi lunior STccring Committee, First row. Y. Childs, S. Waters, J. Marenghi, N. Nathan, J. Natoli, S. Caradonna, P, Taylor. Second row: R. Taft, S. Orazi, O. Boyko, D. Nicoli, S. Moulton, J. Nestell, A. Ucfmntis. Third row: T. Ferraro, K. Salvi, T. Sullivan, J. Daigle, F. Hill, M. Taylor, E. Provencher. 02 MR. HUBERT EDMOND Junior Class advisor. l 4.1 1 L 1 c3fu0Q12f Cjrjer ww- Staff, First row: N. Nathan, J. Marenghi, V. Delaney, O. Boyko, L. Saleson, A. Beloli. Second row: K. Koolkin, J. Natoli, E. Provencher, A. Cheney, D. Pullin, A. Robertson, S. Reder. Third row: K. Peso, S. Avery, S. Waters, L. Slatkavitz, L. DiPesa, S. Orazi, A. Johnson. Fourth row: C. Carr, P. Ritchie, S. Moulton, S. Appell, M. Needleman, S. Butner, D. Salem. Pa. X I 5: , ill 7 X N f? - l t Staff editors, First row: S. Avery, news, J. Marenghi, feature, N. Nathan, exchange. Second row: M. Needleman, assistant news, S. Moulton, sports, E. Provencher, assistant sports, S. Appell, news. How come everyone's reading the Crier lately? Maybe you'd better look into it! W? M-it il -2 i MISS KATHLEEN DOWD Advisor. Editors: Linda Saleson, assistant editor-in-chief, Vir- ginia Delaney, editor-in-chief, Olga Boykc, asszsfam editor-in-chief. I03 i ii 4 it il 1 5. i I l ? w ii' I T it it 'I 1 4 Q, i MR. THOMAS HAMILTON Advisor .. .fr-,W E, P-"tj--,,,...y-lf i-su Milli-r riff! Bum-IC Grout,-5, picture L-dit PHILONXATH Ft 65 .L 1 f N HHH n n xy S A 1 i F as GG 53, ' I9 o Roger Levine, co-editor-in-chief, Susan Costin, assistant editor- in-chiefg Fred Horton, co-editor-in-chief. 47 rn.. "We editors stick together." 7245 MR. LOUIS TREVANI Business Advisor 1. ii I V i Marcia Sclialtcnbrand and Lissa Ebin, art editors 'i- mczzf Biography and Verse staff, First row.: K. Kimball, L. Muddle, J. Flannigan, M. Giombetti, L. Smith, V. Delaney Second row: Miss Madeline Placentino, M. Kane, M. McKinney, B. Smith, D. Boiardi, L. Thorell, l. Samaskeawicz M. Trombe. Third row: M. Sullivan, S. Oster, M. Folino, D. Woolhouse, S. Priestman, B. Freeman, S. Purington J. Belforti. Fourth row: J. Slatkavitz, E. Schneider, K. Bachini. Fifth row: A. Abu, S. Needleman, A. DeCollibus T. Lane, W. Simmermon, Mr. William Molloy. - be .X 4. A ' c E V-I , .1-bl 2-?..gQ Y . "wt E :ai'51 ' :za sg: 9.1 ,. H!! 2.2 "' :Dua non- Q. ,5 5:1 '-9' . l mm me ' J 14 lllill gig: zum wiv' 3-'53 B! LAUREL JOHNSON Feature Editor . i f William Daniels and Julie l-0930, ASSiSfaf1f SPOVLS ECliT0l'5i Denise Drechsel, Sports Editor, Deborah Day and Virginia Howafd l'll"5Chf SPOYYS Editor- Delaney, Biography and Verse Editors. Q il 5 ,Q . y. X " Selma uf 'xy X I Business and Advertising Staff, First row: J. Reynolds, P. Ferrari, B. Groves, A. Nicoloro, J. Bunick, D. Lewis. Second row. E. Mute, M. McKinney. J. Stalker, J. Valentine, D. Spencer, J. Graham, L. Nobilini, S. Oster. I05 abonafjignor ocref T965 inductees, First row: A. Juliani, J. Logan, D. Lounsbury, S. Nault, J. Palanzi, K. Peso, S. Appell, D. Beaton. Second row: A. DeSantis, L. DiPesa, B. Donley, P. Graham, D. Joyce, K. Koolkin, C. Lawson. Third row: L. Loring, J. Marenghi, N. Nathan, J. Natoli, J. Nestell, S. Orazi, L. Paglia, C. Reihl. Absent: S. DeNicolais. lsr! '- L'r 1-A 1964 inductees, First row. R. Levine, president, J. Copithorne, corresponding secretaryg P. McConarty, vice-president, B. Groves, recording secretary, C. Oosterman, treasurer. Second row: B. Anderson, M. Antonioli, L. Baroni, V. Delaney, B. Freeman. Third row: L. Johnson, S. Needleman, A. Nicoloro, S. Priest- man, S. Stefanini. Absent, J. Stearns. i ji-ij ' Fiona sajisfvi N . V E 4 ' T 7 N B . MR. HENRY KELLY Advisor Y Mr. Martin presents the certificates and pins. I 4 O 0 1, 0 7 f 1 f 1 7 Ol ip . , ' A ' ' 3 o U V J ' V i . .stmlrm -- 1. 'OLONLI RIORDAH The induction ceremony Sirfgxt fm-alfgr 506 1 9722143506 if l l X, l is T ' I ullvx F o I 1 ll If ,X fl X A I v , x ' w. ., A Senior marshals, First row: P. Ferrari, S. Zanoti, B. Smith. Second row: ,N f F. Cella, N. Morini, M. Antonioli, A. Abu. Third row: P. McEnteggart, Sw. T. Little, J. Jones. 5 .i s L Vocational marshals, First row: Mr. Fraser, R. Johnson, R. Morawski, W. Travis, A. Cella, Second row: J. McLaughlin, J. Arauio, C. Brannigan, C. Irving. if Wood, R. Silvetti, A. l Marshals, Front row: G. Luciardi, L. Antonioli, P. Ferrari, S. Zanoti, B. Smith. Second row: P. Bremer, S. Orazi, L. Hagspiel, N. Morini, M. Antonioli. Third row: F. Cella, P. McEnteggart, E. Torrao, B. Perry, E. Collins. Fourth row: J. Lilley, A. Abu, T. Sullivan, J. Jones, T. Little. Officers, Front: Linda Hagspiel, second lieutenant Mary Ellen Antonioli, first lieutenant. Rear: Thoma Sullivan, second lieutenant, Thomas Little, captain Paul McEnteggart, second lieutenant. The swimming pool? Third flow fifg it-if I07 ,. Elgfdf' .17 MISS LATHROP 41 T' .' . ' 5' ' . -'B . -fa fl, A if Q' tts , -'Z V' ' I R A 4 'S 1 sg- 'ff . .A - r- ' - r HH. Junnor and Senior Library Aides, First row: S. Avery, B. Donley, D. Joyce, S. Heinemann, Miss Lathrop, S. Costin, L. Muddle. Second row: K. Koolkin, V. Delaney, P. Plourde, M. Antonioli, N. Morini, D. Lounsbury, S. Puringfon, P. Taylor. Third row: M. Fraelic, L. Nattichioni, V. Faber, B. Groves, A. Nicoloro, L. Johnson, S. Bennett, L. Sturrock, L. Miller. Fourth row: R. Briggs, J. Nielsen, C. Matheson, J. Finn, I. Mason, F. Horton, S. Moulton, T. Ferraro. Collectors' Club: J. Nielsen, S. Costin, L. Johnson, V. Delaney, B. Groves, S. Purington, F. Horton. Freshman and Sophomore Library Aides, First row: S. Bishov, A. Cheney, D DeMiIle, Miss Lathrop, D. Nadeau, M. Rodin, A. Robertson. Second rows P Hart, R. Waters, D. Carvalhio, G. Daigle, B. Groves, L. Levine, L. Yeaton, D Pullin, P. Edmond. Third row: L. Koolkin, R. Conrado, W. Garrett, E. Devine A. Johnson, E. Warers, S. Costin, J. Ferguson, J. Cheney. Ig .1-ii' 'rf ii ,'l'riY .i'.'i.1ii.ili.iliv" I is-1 finy L03 Don't look now but . . . S711 IO Dzsuaf First row M Needleman S Reder P Henmck G Anspagh P Hastungs D Mulry A Arauio, C Lumman P Nault Second row E Bryant V Delaney G Sulllvan J Graham E Hayes C Cramer R. Harrington M McKun ney J Flanagan Thvrd row J Mullen R Gallagher J Lemeruse P Hart D Watson B Hastings,J Scagnelln .five il-E14 Spanish Club Members, First row: Mrs. Skiotis, P. Bremer, D. Nicoli, A. Bellara, D. Joyce, D. Spencer, P. Ferrari, M, McKinney, J. Reynolds. Second row: R. St. Laurent, P. Duca, J. Hardy, R. Harris, M. Ganz, C. Peso, B. Groves, S. Stefanini. Third row: L. Koolkin, E. Biasini, K. Bachini, J. Purcell, J Gallagher, M. Sartori, S. Alderman, D. Watson, J. Brovelli. Q :gg ' , f . .ff dllfylldyg Spanish Club officers, Front: D. Nicoli, secretary, P Bremer, vice-president, P. Ferrari, program chairman Rear: S. Alderman, program chairman, J. Brovelli, presi- denr. ...fa l r lil' Qi! i Larin Club officers, Fronr. C. Lawson, program chair ' 'w 'f J, ni i rg I ir,' r M,'.', V.ir1r,rv.ify.-, M, Sulla, S, Bisliov, A. Cheney, L. DiPc5a, A. f, lt f,-H V if ll-'1'lfr'.fri, fa'ii','. fnwri-arrli. Swrfvricl IOW J. Otlalddclll, N. ROSCY1, J. SiCl, S , 7 lr.: ' I, 'll'-, l' lir-ll, li lhnr-5, l Loring, Third row P. Hcnnick, J. Morowski, J. " ff H- rr r l - rn, lr loin-'.,f llyrv, ll. Flurm,-ru, .l Chr-nrry, S Isaacson, J. Ebin. HO mdnf C. Henderson, secretary, B. Bates, president. Rear E. Waters, program chairman, P. Bell, vice-president. C1159 'h French Club members, First row: L. Thorell, J. Logan, J. Stalker, J. Graham, D. Mahler, B, Smith, A Cheney, Mrs. Mack. Second row: S. DeNicolais, D. Woolhouse, B. Groves, J. Valentine, R. Simonson Fourth row: L. Breed, V. Dodge, J. Carmocly, R. Ambuter, A. Provencher, L. Fraelic, K. Dowd. French Club officers: J. Stalker, secretary, J. Graham, president, D. Mahler, vice-president. WK" -1.4.4--e wk .9 '5 i i I LANGUAGES DISPLAY . if , . l 1 i - , . . 6 x, W ,v . v F ,., i ,f"' ' X .V 1 . f,. X, "' is-11: . -F. .. .,, Q I X1 V 'Q .3 W' ' . I ' . V I SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF QUEWELTY TO RABBITS? "Yes, he is kind of cute' I I I E. Gibbs, S. Pike. Third row: C. Burr, M. Allison, M. Maguire, C. Dolliver, A. Robertson, S. Bayes. IDA RUZSITS ,ix '15 Qnzbr 79 ay GARY THAYER G5 55 ' BETTY ROLLS I irst row Cleft to right: . R s, G. Thayer, I. Ruzsuts, E. Schnelder. Second row: . Rapoport, R. Simonson, J. an, D. Mahler, W. Ritchie, M. Sartori, R. mith, P. Iv rs, . Gibbons, F. Horton, L. Johnson, B. Smith, S. Purington, D. Drechsel. nl A if wr--.. P QO5EQ1' SMITH LAUREL JOHNSON f-H' R fr 4.114 I ff , I ,,' x-, J r a'T"'I , '.'t- ,. I I v I. I ...g gk, q JVEJ A IAQ-u y MR. ROBERT WELCH, Director. '1 ff? E J eepers F Peepers, I'm an old man." l r-.... L Ll "And you should have seen the way "You don't look too well." ! l ,.,, 1 u- 1 f'T "Tl1isis Mr. Gurney speaking Mr, Peepcr "Have a cigar, s' II3 fmm Gm - First row: Mr. Welch, K. Luminari, A. Emerson, J. Logan, Y. Childs, S. Oster, D. Mahler, J. MacConnell, I. Ruzsits, K. Henderson. Second row: R. Seegal, L. Atkins, P. Little, S. DeNicolais, A. Petrone, J. Schoner, L. Yeaton, B. Smith, B. Gilroy. Third row: S. Geller, S. Bremer, D. Joyce, L. Baisini, D. Nicoli, A. Cheney, M. Tolle, A. Robertson, S. Heinemann, E. Moran. Fourth row: S. Bishov, R. Wresinsky, E. Waters, M. Needleman, D. Lopes, J. Cheney, C. Peso, S. Rovinelli. Officers, Front: Diane Mahler, treasurer, Julie Logan, secretary. Rear: Yvonne Childs, vice-president: Suslll Oster, president. i "Grrr!" ll4 .AL .711 C116 5. 3 if gl First row: J. Mullen, S. Bishov, G. Reizner, L. Liberatore, L. Samaras, l. Ruzsits, K. Murphy, Mr. Clancy. Second row: E. O'Grady, P. Daprato, C. 'Wallace, L. Ebin, K. Long, J. MacConnelI, M. Scyocurka, J. Valentine, S. Bremer. Third row: N. Trust, R. Freedman, C. Dwyer, J. Slatkavitz, M. Macomber, V. Dodge, C. Dolliver, M. Ceramicoli, I f , ff ff "Z 'J I x,,7' Y , If S R S 9 X L. Moro A. Parente J. Daigle. No vice in this club. 53 B 'X . g f QQ, X . .4 ,"':l""",J 42 Q Y N, mi- as X56 i ff I Sf-'PY til 5 ,QI i I i 1 V Officers, Front: Lucile Samaras, secretary, Ida Ruzsits, advisory committee, Mr. Richard Clancy. Rear: Mary Macomber, vice-presidnet, Joseph Daigle, president. S if' r"""" .ffm Qegaflhy -Alty KJV 1 Lb", v ' .' '- A A' ' .- Q 1 fuse' First row: V. Delaney, R. Manevitz, P. Little, W. Garrett, R. Singleton, Mrs. Carter. Second row: M. Quinlan, W. Perini, S. Appell, S. Moulton, J. Bruner. N fl! nl 4 K , ti.. . Officers Virginia Delaney, president, Steven Appell, secretary, , , and in addigion to the gen hour school week William Garrett, vicewpresident. c :- 1. X til ' Q fl U 'F .. .4-.P If .K , ,ff ..- J ' '-' , o . zz Q I , A - J tg . .gxkf . 'l i, .lilqfi fi"1'xI ' ,. 5 ,i I f"" . . gufure eac ers .ssoczafzon , 3 rx 4 v Pfjf., 1 cklc , .A .In .-V" Y? 4. First row: J. LaVine, S. Oster, R. St. Laurent, J. MacConneIl, A. Nicoloro, M. Trombe, Miss Mary O'Neill, advisor. Second row: B. Donley, P. Plourde, D. Spencer, D. Joyce, R. Simonson, S. Rovinelli. Third row: P. Graham, B. Groves, M. Fryer, C. Forantino, J. Graham, C. Peso. Fourth row: P. Duca, L. Biasini, L. Miller. 4 B ,f ge xx L Opporruniiie5 fav sm-Se future feachers FTA officers: Ann Nicoloro, president, Mary Trombe, vice president. Second row: Janet MacConnell, treasurer, Raymond St. Laurent, secretary. 1 mfg anafyzcaff gdlf' if if Yi' ' 1' '1' 'Q-4 Math Club members, Firsr row: Miss Shinnick, S. Rosenblatt, J. LaVine, Miss Lamperti. Second row: L. Breed, S. Bishov, A. Cheney L. Koolkin. i i ' c D I 1 131,11 Ar, 1 Eli. ' 3'1l'Is' 7' I w , 5:1 4433 J i r HUJEY ,. First prize, SHELDON BISHOV. 1 i E WATERS Second prize, DIANA PULLIN. A. ROBERTSON Third prize, LARRY KOOLKIN 7922 GM - Q V N ---x - ' ' ' f .- X.fi X L- . I- Q- ll First row: D. O'Brien, J. May, B. Koch, J. Camgemni, A. Dunham, J. Henderson, J. Capstick. Second row: J. Hardy, C. Kingsbury, P. Kulliton, D. Sobiewski, P. Barley, D. Benefito. Third row: D. Barton, G. Kindler, P. McClellan, J. Patterson, L. Lytle, J. Paul, Mr. Crowley, P. Sliney. D. Fitts, B. Chalob. K. 'I - u 1 , ' 6 3 - I A V P f f If R QQ ' ' "At this range I can't miss." "Oh, yeah?" N . . Ready on the firing line. H9 fvzkp ane S dv' fl -Q 'tiiilsia Q ' ' -vii I Newly organized this year at F,S.H.S., the Radio-Controlled Model Airplane Club has progressed under its advisor, Mr. Albert DeCoIlibus. Members built planes which they later flew and controlled from the ground by a radio transmitter. Shown above with their planes in various stages of construction are, First row: P. Dallamorag D. Gorevitz, presidentg and R. Goddard. ln the Second row are: Mr. Decollibusp P. Slineyg S. Liberatore, holding the transmitter, and E. Rackette. ocafzbna 111212 ers .1151 as e ,-, f -fife- We ,ls "N 77 Qi .tr John Peterson, machine shop instructor, is shown with the local winners of the Machine Trades Contest. Displaying their work are Bill .'Jf,ufl, Fourth plnre, Bill Simmrrrrnon, second, Ken Johnson, first, and John Chaisson, third. Ken's boring bar holder was later exhibited in 'V 1' .-.wiv fornpr-tilirni goofgaf f0an ce fn' ' hiv 15 Mr. Mailman and the winner of the Cus- fodians' MVP award, Al Canali f 'Al' The Cheerleaders sang ' ' ' Mr. Jachowicz and the l965 co-captains, Wayne " Ramos and Tom Sullivan , 4 I . . . the guests danced . . . -- D13-n 'Til and The band played on. Everyone had a good vm-0. 3 w I Q Qofkn f . I MISS HELEN VANCAVAGE, Class Advisor. The Grand ff,,'f,fi Mah vm, Q.,-.V-i. And b..-y Coon QUQ-fm, hf,.vq.uu-v Marino, Junior Princess, Kathleen Garrivyg Sophomore Princess, Elizabcih Devin, v'i-gi 'r an F" M11-',',I 'lfflilfl-1-I1 IlO'V'l ff? J F0122 Omenfs 7 7 I 1-0 Qu Q pc 'es 1 XX, W' ' ---9, Dior?'? March f? J- ., ,. Q . .f f' A' v .. ' - WW? 5 1' , . ,. fyj wr , +- 9 tv vin 3, 1 ' A L' 91 4' x "OK, if's working . . . But what happens when it runs ove-r7 bs 11121514 Weof Gross First row: K. Mulvey, J. Lombardini, S. Rovinelli, C. Peso, D. Ebeling. Second row: L. A!kins, D. Bruce, C. Sawyer, C. Bissonnette. Third row: G. Daigle, E. Schneider, J. Kannar. F9 gf-f XJ a Z .LJ The girls organize their drive . 1T'Tf,Q,d'GVp:iA4 'Wu '-n'1b- I24 9? I . Q MISS FLORA TAIT, Advisor X, , YK X i I A, vii dry. .FQ Af' . 1 .-.. 1' V P - in :: '-Liv 'E' I gnfern afzbn je eQf1b1Q.9 ffu fi l Q I 'I' " First row: P. Edmond, S. Avery, R. Hennig, J. LaVine, T. Smith, A. Potter, L. Devine, E. Hayes, L. Levine, M Mahoney. Second row: D. O'Brien, E. Ruzsits, R. St. Laurent, R. Taft, S. Purington, L. Miller, C. Devine, C Staples, D. Pullin, M. Tolle, S. Rapaport. Third row: K. Koolkin, J. Alderman, S. Moulton, G. Thayer, J. Gibbons, R. Kund, D. Watson, B. Perry, M. Sartori, l. Mason, C. O'Brien, S. Needleman. ,. 41.4. 1: t D K: ,'. MR. PAUL ZAIDO, Advisor Class representatives, First row: Ronda Taft, iun- ior, Penny Potter, sophomore. Second row: Gary Thayer, A.F.S., David O'Brien, freshman, Robert Kund, senior. Officers, First row: Charles O'Brien, president, Lisa Miller, corresponding secretary. Second row: Jeff Alderman, vice president, Michael Sartori, treasurer. "My house is the third one on the left." He's got the whole world in his hands. l2S 'IRQ-' ',J1P"QC""" The monorail system in Wuppertal. I 2 , thu.. . My stay last summer in Wuppertal, Germany, as an Americans Abroad exchange student was the most memorable and educational experience ot my lite. In the short space of two and one-half months I learned more about the German way of lite than I ever could have learned in a class- room. I studied the German language and cus- toms. I was also fortunate to have been able to attend school in Germany. In general, I would say that the American Field Service is the most worthwhile organization in existence today for high school students. Per- haps one ot the greatest problems facing man- kind is the lack of understanding between na- tions. I was amazed at how little Germans know about America and how little we actually know about Germany. The A.F.S., by sending goodwill ambassadors to foreign countries, helps to in- crease understanding and to establish better rela- tions between nations. I definitely teel that the A FS. is an important step towards world peace. We 6 K' . IZQQFICGIQ '57 . 'f , .af R0ger's German family: Christophe, Roger, Mrs. Zaum, Georg, their grandmother, and Mr. Zaum. 'Wx S S Ulrich, Stefen, Georg, Helgard, Barbel, and Christophe Zaum. I If L, vu--Q -elk A 1,-'L -2- le-- L I 'i:-'Ic- ...... . Ari' - A - 11uuuunr- - . Ae. -, if , A v ,F iv ' 5, new i , 5 f .-, . ,Q I3-'H ' s .41 4i'I:'i M. 1 I- , 'I .Arg-X, b ,t - gjlagiggf Huff-. I 'Q' f, wg," .""" ,I -1..,. ' is f-f'tf"' 'ri - . ff' I' ' Qc 1 Hamle1's Elsinore castle as seen to ,I lg.. J Another school year is nearly passed, but it isn'r just another school year. For me it is a year filled with so many experiences, memories, and hours which is now at its very end. It is a year I will never forget. When I first applied for the A. F, S., I don't think I really realized what a year in an American home and at an American high school could be like. The day I learned I was accepted and that I was going to Framingham, my first thought was "can you do Et. and can you live up to what is expected of you?" Also I had never been away from home for so long a time, and it suddenly struck me that this would happen in three months. I don't know, but I hope I have been able to contribute a little during my stay. There is one word above all for an A. F. S. student, his settlement. I came to a family, where everything was open to be my home the very first night, and I attended Framingham South, the place where I made so many friends, and where I found every day a new experience. So I must say, that my fears were groundless, for with such a home and such a school, I had an advantage for an experience-filled year. The American school system is entirely different from the Danish one. After the first weeks where I was a little confused, I started to like it, and today I will miss it. What I will miss most of Framingham South, I am sure, is the wonderful school spirit. It is something unknown in Denmark, and I am also sure that next year my Thanksgiving turkey will taste much better when I get the letter telling that we beat Natick! Now I have the chance to thank you all for the way you treated me from the verv first day. You could have paid no attention to me but ',Cu didnt lt is something I will never forget. I will soon leave home for home, but I x-.ik leaxe with the feeling that Framingham, Framingham SCUI' and the American people are something spec a' and that the idea "Walk together, talk together O ye peoples of the earth: Then and only then, shall ye haxe peace is very true. , f F -, -: fn ., fr Jens Cat righti Fred and Mr and Mrs '!fdfZf""" R A Q T I T gg Horton at home X' .av-.. fue . - -' 1 ,. ff'--M at gcfzbzfzas I-A pill. vid Xu N3- Ql X- f-J . ,- 1 Qnlljlz, 'S ., , . Y ' Q,-IPS! . 1 , , ,K . :H ' 'Q , .I ' 7' ' 'f 1:75 128 uw 5? ,f a -. -.... I --.- Advertiser :Z1.' 6 " 3, L' .5 .- , ff ,ff ff' f if 1 Z' ,Q 16' , 16 , , 3123? f 11-5 l 4, . 5 , a 1, at 2354 f 1 i A is I- -, "'f7', 'egyfw i 1' . Lf., , ff., l1.A,Q ,, ff gf-,J -,., qc.. ,. 22'- ll, i ' , -if 4 gg -v 1 'V 2: . r T A . F- - .V Q3 I ,f f X 1? 'Q Ju x 1 . .-...S w .H - , -.,.- I " 5 1 V N ' ' ' Mm, ,,,.q,,,.......,.... ...-............ ...M-.. .......,. ......,,...,,.. N -..-M . ', ... ..., . "x y ... 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DENNISON , r f he baller off y I Complimenls of TH E C ENTRE FOOD MART 939 Worcesfer S'rree+ Framingham Cenfre, Mass. GEM I HR. CLEANERS 3l2 E. Commonwealfh Avenue Cochifuale, Mass. Sudbury 81 Medway Shopping Cenfers Cleaners-Tailors-Launclerers We renl a complefe line of formal wear BOB PAUL'S BAKERY 2 Localions Downfown Framingham and Rou'I'e 9 CUSHING, CRISTMAN, POTTER 81 PAINE, INC. Complefe Insurance Service I79 UNION AVENUE, FRAMINGHAM I do you mean l'rn run- TEL. 875-48l0 g verl I 1' zAs SUPERIOR AUTO BODY OF SAXONVILLE, INC. LAFAYETTE RADIO I4OO Worcesfer Rd. Complefe Collision Rebuilding and I Refinishing Naliclc, MBSS. 24 Hour Towing Service Tel, oncor . 877-2590 'mc ds' STEREOS, HAM GEAR, RADIQS, and TAPE RECORDERS DEMARINI'S l58 Union Avenue Tel. 873-8l60 EARLE'S BARBER SHOP choolSf. '32 Selonville Besi Wishes 'ro The I965 Grads Complimenis of Complimenis of L, HERMAN' M,D, IVIASCIARELLI JEWELERS and 43 Hollis Sfreef K. B. GORDON, IvI.D. . . . . . . BEAUTYRAMA Specializing In Fine Diamonds H O S I. Longine Wa+cI1es, and Jewelry aw lysis 277 Worcesier Rd. Rouie 59 Framingham, Mass. 813.3160 873-9352 SUPERIOR FLOOR AND WALL COVERING Floor Tile-Wall Tile Linoleum 66 Hollis Sfreef I 872-3830 Complimenis of Complimenfs of A ROUND-UP FRIEND MARKET ROBERT K. WADSWORTH TEL. 873-854i WADSWORTH SERVICE Eslablislwed I892 FUNERAL HOME I08 Lincoln S+ree+ ICorner of Beechl FRAMINGHAM Ask Ihe Families We Have Served NI GVIO I UND per L::I Bb d rof I 1 I Ord crowd THE VILLAGE Complimenis of YARN AND TWEED SHOP Headquarfers for Garland SIcir'rs and Sweaiers 1Rd 943 Worces er Framingham C I MARCON I'S RESTAURANT PINEFIELD PHARMACY Pinefield Shopping C I' The Be-S+, In Halian Food For 27 Years Free Delive y 877-2 I00 Compliments of WILLIAM R. ROWAN Facfory Represen+aIive L. G. BALFOUR CO. TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO. Affleboro, Massachuseffs FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK J' I ff unix-ld A "Full-Service" Bank 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES Ashland, Framingham, Naficlc, Saxonville AVERY MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. 74 Franklin SI., Framingham Specialisfs in Manufac'ruring and Remalcing MaHresses, Pillows, Box Springs, Furni'rure, Uphol- sfering, Slipcovers and Draperies TEL. 875-4576 HOWARD M. BLADES CONSTRUCTION Sand-G ravel-Loam-Filling Telephone 873-3453 20 Cochifuafe Rd. Framingham, Mass. Complimenfs of ACME AUTO SUPPLY CO. COLONIAL BARBER SHOP For I'he Finesf in Hair Sfyling -Conveniional Flai'-Tops Walk in, or Appoinimenf Service Colonial Cenfer RI. 30 Framingham Phone 873-9425 ARCADE DRUG COMPANY FRANK FAIR, Reg. Ph. I49 Concord Sfreef Free Delivery Framingham, Mass. - Telephone 873-3654 Complimenis of COUNTRY CLEANERS, INC. 824 Concord SI. Framingham, Rie. I29 I93 Main SI., Ashland 38 Main Sf., Hoplringfon d fhey give 5+ p LHFAO QOH' TjT"'CV .EDJ v. I35 'F 5 . C,012yfafz1Qf1b12 e7l4OI22 ffe yjrwsszbna Dr. Joseph Albert Dr. Francis L. Berry Dr. Salvatore V. Bonanno Dr. John E. Callinan Dr. Maurice E. Costin Dr. H. S. Dinsmore Dr. Joseph Ferucci Dr. Eugene Gaston Dr. Joseph Goodman b fgg Ghss M1965 Wen gf gramzbyfam Dr. Francis J. Feola Dr. Lorna D. Johnson Dr. Robert E. Johnson Dr. Dominic Merloni Dr. Norman Nathanson Dr. Wm. Oldach Dr. Thomas Paull Dr. Paul G. Sydow Dr. Ellior Zigelbaum 1 If uIdn'I mean sno II J 3 MACKEY SCHOOL OF THE DANCE STUDIO 290 Union Ave., Framingham Tel. 873-7956 SALON DE COIFFU RE Sherwood Plaza Roufe 9, Nafick, Mass. Monday - Friday Open Evenings Til 9 Phones 653-6556 235-3040 'ft COLOR TELPVISION RADIO - STEREO - RECORDS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I5I Concord Sfreei' Framingham Massachusefis Telephone 875 5969 I -6 FOUR SONS PIZZA Ifalian Food-Orders Io fake ou+ 877-3933 Tom's ResI'auranI', Saxonville I W - - Qi- FI'I'I'S INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 40 Union Avenue Framingham Telephone 872- I 227 . . . Good Luck, Seniors For Ihe Besf in Food and Pizza Visi+ Ihe UNION HOUSE, INC. 672 Waverly Sfreef Framingham, Mass. Tel. 873-9237 873-8200 873-7 I 62 Complimenfs of LOUIS H. ROBERTS, D.D.S. l - l I FRAMINGHAM MOTORS CO., INC 535 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. Your Plymoufh-Chrysler Dealer Tel. U72-2225 i THE WARDROBE CompIimen+s Congra+ula+ions of +0 85 Concord Sfreei' P':i1I':::QgY Graduamqg Class Down+own Framingham I3 School Shed ATTORNEY Feafuring S+yles Designed for 5"S""i"e WALTER SULLIVAN GSS. fhe Man Wi+h a Flair for Living I ROY O. LEONARD I lndusfrial Mainienance Painring 543 Union Avenue Framingham, Massachuseifs I Compliments of A 1 FRIEND 4 So who needs 'rwo fh b 7 You've never hear tion? rg 1 d . , o fa if in me ba H8359 NC.. .. 0-.5 t:. v4"'-' -Q I M Good Luck-Class of '65 .' KARAS PHARMACY ff, . . 1 - Prescriphons "'v.4L Framingham Cenfre ' 875-57II 2 Vernon Sfreef ai' Rfe. 9 I I ' 62 Hollis S+. SiHing down on the iob. I Framingham , E K , er 'ni Framingham, Massachusetts 5 2- ,EA ii! 2 , X ,, ...,' C I I ,rig I ..-P .f5:e- if - Q A ,EE E' if " BRIDGES HIGHWAYS BUILDINGS DAMS TUNNELS I Can you beef a siraighf? APEX INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. HCI oven ANTHONY R. DeANGELIS Grinders ,ml Compleie Insurance Service ' THE FRIENDLY PIZZA ' Spagheifi Sandwiches T I h - 7 Hollis SI. Framingham esp one 872 9400 V IM. IF d , on 268 Waverly S+. Framingham jfj jjfl fjd ql, 872-4222 872-3687 " " I I Mass. I4'f, Good Luci: from VINCENT'S BARBER SHOPS Nobscoi' Shopping Cenier Pinefield Shopping Cen+er C0mP'ime'1+S SULLIVAN s suNoco senvlce of WILLIAM HOLTHAM, M.D F 9 Besi Wishes NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER waiershed Framlnghams Only Decorahve Framingham P Complimenfs of INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB PURITY SAVE MOR Framingham South High I P f Id Sh pp g C I PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY GASTON ANDREY INC Devofed Exclusively fo Your Healfh SAAB ALFA ROMEO MORGAN ISO GT Hearing Aids and Bafferies Prescripfions, Trusses, and Surgical p Supplies Dog D09 Q Siri. ' Who says we don'f have il P V' I Foruf I I42 THE MARIDOR RESTAURANT AND THE FONDA DEL CORRO INN The Sculos Family In Framingham Since I9OI SOLARI COIFFEURES iThe Beauiy Loungei Walk-in Service I9I Concord Sf. Open Evenings 873-9302 R. H. LONG MOTOR SALES COMPANY 624 Waverly Sfreei' Framingham, Mass. 879-I 22 I CADILLAC PONTIAC TEMPEST GMC TRUCKS Save With Coin-Op Dry Cleaning 8 Ibs. only SI.75 Profesiional Dry Cleaning in by IO:00 our by 5 some day RUDY'S COIN-OP CLEANERS 442 Franklin SI. Co-Op Shopping Conhr, Frarn. Compiimenfs of SAXONVILLE GULF SERVICE Complimenis of MIDWESTERN INSTRUMENT Advanced Developmeni' Division 873-3500 872-3 500 TOMMY'S TAXI, INC. Courreous Service Cars Equipped Wirh Moforola Two-Way Radio Cor. Waverly and Concord Framingham, Mass. THE NEW YORK STORE "Dis+inc'rive Wear for Women" I 07 Concord S+. Framingham Wherever you are, vofe for be'H'er denI'aI heaII'h-vofe YES for fluoridafion. -A FRIEND- ROSHlRL'S BEAUTY SALON. INC. 908 Concord SI. Framingham Massachuseh 873-9380 Besi' Wishes FAIR PHARMACY H. FISH, B.S., R.Ph. M. SILVERMAN, B.S., R.Ph. Co-Op Shopping Cenier Framingham, Mass. 872-I432 CALABRESE 81 SONS Building Confraciors I30 Cherry SI., Framingham Tel. 873-9726 Tel. 873-4802 Complimenfs of DE COLLIBUS RADIO 81 TELEVISION CENTER, INC. Color TV SpeciaIisI's 597 Waverly SI'reeI Framingham, Mass. 875-5200 . . The FinesI' in Dresses . . The BesI' in Sporiswear . The Nicesf in Formal Wear GORDON'S Rouie 9 Framingham CenI'er BOWLERAMA qnen Io WKOXI 24 Air-Condifioned Lanes Experf Free Insfruciion Cozy Snack Bar IIO Mf. Wayie Avenue Framingham 872-36I I Besi of Luck Io Ihe Class of I965 TWIN MAPLE FARM l2I Meadow Sfreef Saxonviile, Mass. 872-3854 'Brings Ihe farm Io your doorsiepu COD Whaf d y y six finge 7 sfep No --Q r 4 ai 4 Il-all ..-1-1 Before you accept that first job . . . Look over your employer us eurefully us he does What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? Pleasant surroundings? Will I be working with others my own age? Are they friendly? Do they socialize after hours? Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, but won't explode if I make a mistake? Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? Note: 'Vlany young men and women in this area can answer Yes to these questions. They work for New employer. I 'nuff said I . - nal J ,Q :I I u 1 :J -U, IIIXIIIII' rl r : ,I I' f How can we ever get rid of you Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply. England Telephone Company . . . New EngIand's largest New England Telephone v Part of the Nationwide Bell System vice? I I I J .,,,, , ,, i.,., A . ,,u,.f ,.,., .4- s g ,. '-fr if.. 'uv A in. ,,. -I , -, s ,X A Alba" ' nl' 1 I - I' 15.1 ' 1 A '- .I " , ' .. 'fir . .I ' I . ,3 . . ,1 I ,I-.Lv Q,--' 'Va' 'I . 1 U-ti W :'.' Q. - ' rf I 1 :riff - X" "JZ .',, . iff' . , , I I 'cf' " ' V,' I Z". ' ' ' ' ,'! K 'V -I ,,, Y ..iI.,,. I44 873-7288 Complimenrs of QUALITY CLEANERS A 530 Union Avenue Framingham, Massachusefis Regular 3-DaY I-Hour Service Delivery Service af Planf WINDSOR BUTTON TRAVIS New Englargd's :.arg+es+ Dressmalcer Complimenfs upp Y ore DRUG STORE of N. H. Marmar, BATISTA Reg. Pharm. GAURINO Rof'le9 36 Chauncy S+. Shoppers World AHomeY Fragxfellam Bosfon, Mass. Framingham, Mass. Mass. Norlh Shore Peabody SPEEN C0mplimen'l'S of AND CENTER CAVAG-NI'S BAKERY CENTRAL BARBER SERVICE SHOP COFFEE SHOP Phone Your Orders General and Dyna- vision Tune Up l35 Wesf Ceniral Anfhony R. DeAngel Roberi DeAngelis 937 Worcesfer Sf. I wan? Romper Room I lf's sfuck up ihere. Take me to your leade 8723088 Sheer. Na+iclr Framingham 594 Waverly S+., Framingham 'Mass' Cerner Te.b53-9218 Complimen'l's of ALPEN'S Congrafulafions Junior and Misses' Apparel fo Graduafing Class Downllown Bosion POS' Rd- DR. LEON l LESHAY Framingham Wayland ' D.M.D. We never horse around .,- ' L. . Does if really sharpen bell poinf De we I' Offrcral Manufaciurers of FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL RINGS Rmgs Emblems Awards Prom Favors LEAVENS MANUFACTURING co AHIeboro Mass EDGAR F EBELING Dlsfrlcf Manager I5 FIagg Drive Framingham 'hcl ' N ee you're back. Read I+ Flrsi In THE FRAMINGHAM NEWS Complefe Coverage of Your Achvlhes FYI HOWARD BARss, JR. Engineers and Cons+rucI'ors I Framingham, Massachusefis W, nf: Iwi Ihr: nnnfmrz HH THE B 81W LINES JOHNSON GORDON JEWELERS KREMEN Diamonds-Waiches-Jewelr Silverware 2 Arcade Sf. Framingham Cenfer Shoppers' World Framingham For Res. Phone 872-653I Complimenis of VILLAGE MOTEL OS Oh OI1 OU 6 B i R 1 9 Framin ham Cenire, Mass. I g oi KATZ PHARMACY, INC FRIEND S V BONANNO S. P. Kafz, B.S., Reg. Pharm M D 765 Concord S+. Framingham, Mass. way Befween Worcester and C0mPilI'T16l'liS X4 X TT: No sleeping on fhe gym floor. I There must be a mofor some- lfhng- If-4 I Which way did if go? Pb-L frlq 148 CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1965 For ll years, Compuler Conlrol Company, Inc., has been engaged in digilal eleclronics 'l'o advance lhe developmenl' and applicalion of digilal compuler 'rechnology 'For commercial, induslrial and COMPUTER CONTROL COMPANY, INC Old Connecficul' Palh, Framingham, Mass. Complimenls of NORMAN E. JENNISON Walchmalcer and Jeweler 8 Union Avenue Framingham Mass. SAVAGES Original Delicalessen and Reslauranl -Gourmel Specialisfs- OLympic 5-I89l Sherwood Plaza-Roufe 9 Naliclr, Mass. Cong rafulalions DR. PAUL B. LEBARON D.M.D. THE HOUSE OF GLASS Gills for All Occasions 248 Worcesler Road FRAMINGHAM Complimenls of WHITE HARDWARE CO., INC. 36 Hollis Sfreel Framingham Complimenls of ANlTA'S KIDDIE LODGE Nursery Kindergarien ANITA L. LOCKERBY, Director Cong ra'ruIa+ions DR. KENNETH E. LEBARON D.D.S. EBIN REALTY "CompIe+e Real Es+a+e Service" Morfgages-F.H.A.-Gul. Loans 9 Ham shire Rd. 875-4453 P Framingham, Mass. Call Any+ime 645 Hollis Sfree ramin am X F g I1 872-I278 873-9300 Keep Acquamted I-X- FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP Framingham MassachuseHs Complimenis of A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK FRENl'S' GARAGE 81 MARINA + bfh Idlp 7 Mr. Waldon S. Caldwell, Presidenf of The Framingham Trusl Company, is shown here welcoming Eileen lvlulo, Linda Nobilini, Palricia Bagley, and Bonnie Groves lo ihe bank. The Trusr Company on many occasions has shown and welcomes fhe privilege of showing 'rhe high school sludenls our complefe banking lacililies. l Q FRAMINGHAM TRUST COMPANY Your Neighborhood Full Service Bank A Friend Lf. Col. and Mrs. Lionel Alderman Mr. and Mrs. William C. Anderson Anne, Diana, Maureen Mr. and Mrs. R. Annesi Mr. and Mrs. James Anfonioli, Jr. Baby Baf, Lain and Fancy Barbara, Joyce and Marian Libby Barfleff Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Bengiovanni Bob, Charles and Jeff Mr. Alfred Bonaldi Bone, Seib, Bill OUR SPONSORS Dr. Melvin Gordon Fred, Jens, Howie Armond Gagne Mr. and Mrs. Francis Galvani Roland G. Gaulin Ginny, Lynn and Jane Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Gormley Mr. and Mrs. Roberf A. Graham Susan R. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Ernesf Groves Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hamilfon Mr. and Mrs. John Hinckley Lawrence S. Hirsch, M.D. Homeroom B-39 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murray Sfeve Naulf Mrs, Anna Nicoloro Mr. and Mrs. Roberf J. O'Keefe Miss Mary E. O'Neil Mr. Joseph Oneschulc Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Osferman George S. Pafferson Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pepi Pefe and Muffy Roberf N. Pereillo Mr. Dennis E. Porfer, Jr. Miss Mary C. Porfer Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Priesfman and Mrs. A. Brafica and Mrs. Harold S. Buniclc and Mrs. Manuel J. Burnham and Mrs. Daniel D. Carfer Sfar One Hour Cleaners Jane Casfellano Mr. and Mrs. .Fred Cella Mary Cella Mr. and Mrs. Maynard C. Cheney Mrs. Kafherine H. Clifford Complimenfs of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. S. Corfesi Jane Cosfello Dr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Cosfin Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croci Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Day Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Horfon Ingrid, Lynn and Mary Amy Johnson Johnny, Joanie and Nan Kelley, Maureen and Peggy R. H. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Kennefh W. Kimball Kim, Bev and Jane Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Puglisi Mr. and Mrs. Harold Puringfon Miss Mary Queenan Mr. and Mrs William Riley Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sasville Mr. and Mrs James P. Savas Mr. and Mrs Pefer L. Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kropp Mr. and Mrs. Alberf T. Laincz Pefer J. Laincz Miss Elizabefh Lafhrop Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lavallee Herberf F. 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