Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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I I 1 x M PM ,4- Lg... X . , . 1 -- 'C " ' ., , -r b' in At ,gf P-1 h l 4 :I ,-f I 1 491 .5- 19 1 ' -'X rv- fan i r.,-,,,- 7 mzlnzkfrafors 'S- .40 ALBERT G. REILLEY. Superinlendenl of Schools EDWARD J. MORAN Direcfor of Secondary lnslruclion Newly appoinied adminisfralors in clude George King. Assis+an+ Superin- 'lendenf in charge of Curriculum: Pefer C. McConar+y. Adminislrafive Assislanl' fo fhe Superinlendenlg and Arflwur G. Chaves. Acfing Direcfor of Federal Proiecls. FRANCIS E. RIORDAN. Associale Superirmlendenl . - 1- - ' ' 1.2.-'A ' . su.-.f' Q 'a ' 1 . -at- BERNARD T. WHITE eclor ol Pupil Persomnef Serxkes P '- mznzsffafzon A . I A .K . i - N K 1 1 I, ,, . 14... 5 .3 ,.,u..' i' A Au, -Q Mr. McConar'ry, Vice Principal af Souih for many years, was ap- poinfed 'ro 'rhe posifion of Adminisfrafive Assisfanf 'ro ine Super. in+e'denf in November. X, i, , rl- 4 PAV. JC,'C". J' ' irv' pri' vifx', THQ '-"',p",'gibiiri,' ui filf' i cfrer 'L' f: Mrs. Francis Mrs. Jean Rousseau L - hfnuzands of l,B.M. cardz, in addifion fo his . . . and fha? concludes our nofices ihis morning 8 1 4 1 1 M 5 1 2 1 Mr. Marfin '1V 'B n , ? f 4 At 3 1 . k 1 ga E' 1 i ng, 4,4, y fx. 's 9 3 f af W H 434 4 4 nun- Mrs. McConnon Principal's Secrefary Mrs. Horfon A A fFYY!f pus 0 . rffr ll! Y? ? astray! . V? OIOIIYOUOUQQIO? liliilllliiuff OIQ --w QXHA- V' NX jd x -U ,veal o-5 'il XX M -'-m '-I ,rg .Q 'G .gn , rs. Richard dl ! . 'gt 4 q,- - - Y a ' ,V - 5 s . X L I 4 f . lfx , g . 5 E Q :'e h Xi i i W, 91 ,gif r XX'f. S 5, W - ,..1.f-' , -Q . E psi ff'4v.? 5 ' :Fx f.lu.E Stl ? R rg, . '. ' Q ..1 , NVQ' -:".. ' ,f ifi:. 1. L '. y.v.gQ -I. it Ag 5 .'r.:.yC, Q, gfv , ,k- Z x.v wbx- N Q5 Mrs. Lawrence gr 4 my ERAMINGHAM SGUTH HIGH SCHOOL 3l Elagg Drive Framingham, Mass. Ol7OI TO MEMBERS OE THE CLASS OE I967: A greaT deal oT unwarranTed criTicism is being direcTed Toward The youTh oT Today. The sTaTemenTs are grossly unTair because They are direcTed or leveled aT all our young people when They apply To only a very small percenTage oT Them. This Troublesome group was wiTh us years agop we will always have wiTh us This small percenTage ThaT causes diTTiculTies and unresT, noT only in our youTh group buT in our adulT populaTion. IT is unTorTunaTe ThaT These criTics are noT in a posiTion To observe some oT The greaT accomplishmenTs oT The youTh oT Today. They would marvel aT The abiliTy and TalenT shown by our young people in musical producTions, such as The Regional and STaTe Music EducaTors' ConcerTs, and The worlc which They produce Tor arT exhibiTs. Their knowledge oT scienTiTic phenomena and demonsTraTions OT scienTiTic principles would surprise Them aT a science Tair. Their poise and slcill oT presenTaTion, debaTing or in a drama, would prove mosT enjoyable and enlighTening. Their knowledge oT maTh- emaTical principles in a course on compuTers would leave Them very conTused. The scholasTic and aThleTic records oT The sTudenTs oT Today compare mosT Tavorably wiTh Those oT The pasT. IT is mosT unTair To condemn The greaT maioriTy oT The youTh OT Today Tor The undesirable acTs and unresT caused by a small minoriTy. The class of I967 is a parT oT This very Tine group oT young people oT The presenT day. lTs achievemenTs are many and varied and The qualiTy of These achievemenTs may righTly be a source oT pride To The class members, Their parenTs and Their Teachers. We sincerely wish you, The class oT I967, every success in The worlc ThaT you under- Talce and happiness ThroughouT your life. Sincerely, Ralph J. MarTin, Principal -4- I A Ji FRAMINOHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 31 Flagg Drive Framingham, Mass. OI7OI Fellow Members of rhe Class of I967: The pas'r four years have flown by guiclcly for us, and if is now Jrhai we fully realize rhe responsibiliries and burdens 'lhal are ahead of us. Adulls Jrell us i'r's a "cold, cruel world," bul l am sure 'rha'r each of us is fully capable ol mee+ing il. Our laslr four years have been designed 'ro malce us able men and women, ready ro challenge and explore all faceis of our new and growing world. Wharever occupalrion we may choose, be il' doclor, lawyer, alhlefe, engineer, or soldier, l'm sure fha? we all can be successful if we fry. Since we are 'rhe firsl class io graduale affer four years al Framingham Soufh High School, we musl ser a precedenr for 'rhose who come afler us 'ro follow. Thanlcs 'ro our fine school sysiem and adminislraiion, we have been guided in how 'ro mee? rhe various challenges ahead of us. If we adhere 'ro our principles and lhose Things which have been inslilled in us, we will do credii 'ro our class and our school, as well as fo our parenls and ourselves. l would like lo lake Jrhis opporfuniry lo rhanlc my fellow classmales for allowing me 'ro represenr Jrhem as Presidenr of 'rhe Class of '67, I would especially like lo ihank our principal, Mr. Marlin. and Mrs. Savas, our advisor, for +he help and guidance fhey have given us in 'rhe pasl lour years. Sincerely, Brian Haslrings i i l i r i The Medical Deparlmenl, lo many sludenls is simply a compelenl group consisling ol a doclor and group ol nurses in navy blue. The ol- lice where lhey are localed is a haven when illness or accidenl slrikes. Occasionally -s M-. 1 il has been used as a hoped- lor escape-halch lor erring sludenls. However, only rare- ly has lhis escape lrick been successlul, as nurses ha-ve a remarkable nose lor such slu- denls. Aclually, an inleresled slu- denl would lind lhal dulies X., and responsibililies ol lhe Medical i Deparlmenl are many and varied, and lhal lhe applicalion ol ice-packs and dispensing ol band-aids is only a small parl. Mosl im- porlanl ol lhese is lhe heallh counseling ol pupils: nexl is lhe assisling ol parenls in any heallh problems ol lheir chil- dren. On a broader scale, lhe 5 elleclive Medical Deparlmenl is a curriculum in heallh prob- lems, lhe consullanl on school building and grounds sanila- lion and salely, and finally a f heallh resource and adminis- -4 u 1 ,Q-uf , 2 "You don'l look sick lo me," says Mrs. Reslighini as Ellis Bryanl 'native aggiglanf on lqealfl-1 f'?DOfiS i0 Medial- problems lor lhe enlire school i i.: K . Communliyl Mrs. Gerlruide M. Quirk, R.N. Supervisor ol Nurses Mr. Mailman spurs on an ex- ciled sludenl body al lhe Norlh rally. ll l I fi A , , -4- IIIHH .ln Ai , STAFF: Fronl Row: Palrick Daly, Gino Bonvini, John Woodrumf Second Row: Joseph Cinimo, Everell Mailman, Head '-- ' ' jf' ', Cuuloflianf Che lf-r lfomola and Mrs. lda Ryan. ,1- Ni There is more lo Soulh High lhan meels lhe eye: behind lhe calm exlerior, lour lhousand T lwo hundred sixly lockers need lo be kepl in repair: lilleen hundred gallons ol oil a day in . 1 lhree boilers heal sludenls lo sevenly degrees Fahrenheil: lwenly-lwo acres ol grass grow lo l be mowed in lhe summer. Handling bolh lhe roulines and crises ol keeping Soulh running, lhe Mainlenance Deparlmenl covers colleclively several miles in halls a day. Arriving al 6:30 each morning, Mr. Everell Mailman direcls his slall in laking care ol everylhing lrom combi- nalion locks lo mixers in lhe caleleria, lrom rouline repairs lo preparalion ol lhe gym lor a rally. When one boiler "kicks oul," mainlenance kicks il in again: olherwise learning mighl be a cold business al limes. an-if Gakferzd "ll's slill alive: kill ill" K 1 xi i I f is H i A 53 -is CAFETERIA STAFF: Mary Cordella, Edward Rowan, Marie Lawson, Nell Oldum, Joan Goddard, Laura Fio Rilo, Eileen Svensson, Gladys Gibbs, Alzada Munyon, Florence Gay, Arlene lvledeiros, Eleanor Barlolini, Charlolle Doherly, lnqrid Kirlc, Kay Plourde, Mary Wamboldl, Marla Carlson, Rose Dulaull, Alice Anderson, Helen Sawyer lDireclorl. rf: f l, Ouchl " ' ' 1,4 2 N 11nv x in Y f We're all behind 'rhirly cenl lunches. The Lunch lines may be live, bf u derslandably so, lor in all lhe Fra""ng- ham schools over seven 'LZ.,Ei'd s hundred sludenls are se-'ved a diy. F':v qram direclor Miss Helen Sa.-..e' her slall, plans lhe rneals +0 coniain 'S less lhan one-lhird ci daly wife" - quiremenls, wilh enough variely for in- leresl. This -,ear lhe price was ras from lwenly-live lo ihirly ce"Ls . operalion coals began fo fax eeiebe funds. The noon program is suppcrled in perl by sales and in par? bi, We U. S. Deparlmenl ol Agricullure. ll uses lwvelve 'thousand one-hall pinl carlors ol rflk daily: enough lo keep more fhan age and lhree-lourlhs cows busw :sr lr'- and seven-eizhlhs dals. Mr. Rowan f: ! rs! I I2 ppfe czdfzon SOP!-HE SAVAS We, 'rhe Class of I967, wish 'ro express our 'rhanks +o Mrs. Sophie Savas For her genuine inrercsf in us as a Teacher and as a friend. Her undersrandinq guidance and her sincere concern for 'rhe iuiure of our class have given us fhe opporfuniiy fo make a worihy confribuiion fo our school and 'ro socieiy. 7 i l gn Wecoynzfzbn .,- rw- is Q. ' lu MARY McMANUS To Miss Mary McManus, Jreacher of English al Framingham Sourh High School for len years, we exlend our special recognilion. l-ler forly years of service, leaching and guiding young people in rhree Massachusehks schools, were a rich conlribulion lo educalion from which we are gralelul To have benelilecl. I2 YF e122 01215122 www'--vu 475-1 +45 J. EARL CLINTON 'Nash' 4-Q4 angl friends of Mr. John Earl Clinlon, we extend our deepesl and mos? personal synnpaflny f w an 1 lnvlw-r in llwe Frarninqlwarn Public grlwol Sl,'ilCr'w lar llnirlyalwo years, he conrribulecl lo many -, and eporls orqanizallons. l-lis abrupl paasinq al llwe beginning of llwis year has sorrowed 'rw 'W Wi A 3, +4 ' 7 '2"" sl Miss Lewis, Deparfmenl l-lead y-'Q is ' Mrs. Baldwin ri Mrs. Broclrelman an 'T' Mrs. Carfer T ,H ,y ..' , 1 .-ix 1 CNN if - 4 v Mrs. Clifford I8 owns -..Q -sr' 59. Mrs. Flagg r mfg Mr. Hamilfon is uf" Mrs. Heine Z' .1 Miss Hunfer Ten llwousand boolcs for Miss Lewis, English De- parlmenf Head, io counf and process in June. ls live world loo much with us? No, ihere were fwo English classes in the slage's girls' dressing room, almosf one in lhe mafh lab, and a drama class in the audiforium. A new crealive wrifinq course be- gan producing aufhors, fhe Herald-Traveler Shake- speare reperloirc broughf Hamlef alive so he could Mr. Keville I W-, ,ix , A: " . P14 Miss Lafhrop ff Mrs. McDuffie 46s 'CNN K "' .x ix' R Miss O'Neil "die" again, and Three iuniors en- ferecl ihe N.C.T.E. wrifinq confesf. In 'rhe library. ihe English 'reacher resources kepi The deparimeni ahead of fhe siudenfs for anofher year. In facf, so effecfive was fhe feaching of language, everybody wenf away speaking if flueniiy. . - 0 I QD epaffm enf ff: 1' F ,: dz Y Mrs. Oneschuk ' m 3 -41 i' A ,Q Mix 5 . 5 43 K 1' W. se ' , f'r.4'.-' ..--. ', N' , Y 1:-.", Miss Porier Mrs. Prim is' '- ' "1 , . '- .fv- , E 1 W 7 .i yi i refs -in 1 X x i' A , , Q 5 f I A, , . 4.1! . . A 7 . Mrs. Savas ,., X , I ,Ti ids," l'-g K x., Miss Taif I I 9 ,QdI?yUdyQ 7 eparfmenf 1+ 5 Miss Vancavage 1 1' Mrs. Smifh eag- q-.7 Mr. Poinion -4 ' 17"'?i"' IB AQ. I Mrs. Megas 59's 15-av 'v--f X 1. i Q27 Mr. Leveille Mr. Auger Mr. Friary Deparfmenl Head The ideal place To learn a language is in lhe land spealcing if. l-low- ever, because such an arrangemenl is impossible, 'rhe language deparl- menf musl be a workable subslilule, even wilh a disadvanlage of Three years or four lhousand miles. lnsiruclion of Lalin, French, and Spanish is under 'rhe general direclion of Mr. Leveille. conducr classes in lhe language being sludied as much as Classics, including Le Cid, Les Miserables, 'rhe Aeneid, and lhousand German. Teachers possible. Le Tour de Monde exercise comprehension skill, and The language lab furlhered conversaiional abilify. Afier school four clubs operaiing under 'rhe deparfmenr enriched verbs and nouns wifh culfural insighr. The language corridor was never an Appian Way, or a Champs-Elysees, buf if was lhe Lafin Quarler for Soufh. l ' J 5-Q, L -1- E Mrs. Mack Mrs. Kamin Miss Gucciardi ,I f . MW! ff 0-' lm Q li if "c1"""" Mr. Garrahan Mr, Charles Deparlmenl l-lead Mr. Chrisfopher G-arrahan and his Social Sludies Deparlmenl all believe in Hislory. ' ' Bul unlilce lhe Communisfs, who revere 'rhis same ideal, rhey are concerned with infer- 5 - r r esfing srudenls in rhe people and places of human sociely. To lhis end, courses ranging if A li l 1 from Ancienl and Medieval Hislory lo Sociol- g ogy, Russian Sludies lo Economics are offered. 14 " D ln addilion lo the lexl, exfra boolcs are oflen 'V assigned, speakers inviled, and panel discus- A' 5 ' ' sions held. Several of Mr. Kelley's classes held f, A ' ii i mock lrials 'ro sfudy legal procedure: and un- A der fhe only high school experirnenlal program A 3? 'i if I in 'the area, Mr. Zaido's geography classes 3 leafured a new urban approach. The Uniled Nafions scholarship confesf in lhe spring of- - lered oufsfanding sludenls a chance fo ex- H hibir lheir knowledge. Facls were given inler- f esf and applicafion: Washingfon braved lhe Polomac again, William had lo conquer Eng- land once more, and Doclor Zhivago became consulfing physician of lhe Russian Sludies class. is 46- 1 r ll ml y r I , B' 0 1 1 J .Mi xliiis- ,'.' i i .i figs 1 fx " " . Mr. Zaido MF- WelCl1 2 5 2 .1 Q 1' fri " I OCIC CSXUUGQS Mr. Daniels .'f1"'s l Q - 1-67' 1 W, Mr. Dowling S si Mr. Flaherly Ii ,-I Miss Janda -A '-"i. J -4 Mr. Ram Mr. Kelley , ---44 czezz ce 'fififififfik' i-.Ihr-iiifiii F qi-,T urn I y .:lhl1'1g1Q1f'1.- ' ,vgf"1'U'l Mr. Meegan, Deparrmenf l-lead 3 3 2 Mr Barreira ' -A - : Els 5 w., .Jig I 'Q-X Mr. Clinlon Ill 'ii ' l il- Zvrif-, l r I I Wealher-walching, dis- seclinq of earlhworms, producing sfrange chem- ical odors, and Hnkering wifh liqhl: 'rhese aclivi- 'ries were all parl of fhe science deparrmenl. Dr. John Meegan coordinal- ed The reaching of gen- eral science, earlh sci- ence, biology, chemislry, and physics classes. Nor only sludy, buf labora- fories, pracrical work, and, for biologisls, lramps 'rhrough nalure were par? of educafion. ft' iii 5-msn-5 Il ' Q ITK , 91 Mr. Jachowicz as 5 " I 1 5 c 4 . Mrs. Minarcli l '1 Il Mr. Novak A Mr. Gaucher Mr. O'Donnell NRA .-' . . . Trajedy also occurred: lhe slrelelon I in B-5 losl half a leg and an arm, many , real lubf-2 mel lhcir malrcr, and no In '- , ' physics :fudi-nl proved fha Unified Field llg' 73 ,Q .. ' Theorem. Af limez lhc odor ol sharks in lfiiology lf1l:0rralfvr,i lhreiilcrnd iridiqCS- fbi' fion. Bu? sludonls learned princip ri"fr 'fx 0 uare lfiw. And wha? 0 L fi f, 7 los, ihe Mr. Healer Mr. Tisdell Mr- Ranauro yzaazfemafzcs In a far corridor ihere is a whir: fhe minds of fhe mafh deparrmenf in colleciive rhoughf. No necessary malhemaiics was foo simple. no cal- culus 'foo diflicull for de- parimenf head Mr. Rus- sell Anlell and his asso- ciales To communicale. Pre-algebra prepared some for algebra which, along wi'rh geomelry, ex- plored The complexiiies of numbers: review courses refreshed memo- ries. and advanced courses allaclced fhe deepesf analyfical lhoughl. Mr. DiViHorio offered an afrer school compufer course using fhe elecrronic brains al Compufer Conlrol Com- pany in Framingham. Marhemalics, +hrough new meihods and even field rrips, was never so much like rolling off a logarilhm. Mr Grandonu M' Palano Mr Hebard Miss Lamperh Mr Vodoklys MVS W'll'6mS0n v,4 Mr. Hafch, Depar'rrnen'r Head X ... an ff.. Mr. Trevani 1' '. R r . 'z ,vi iff, X - - 1' '- 1' 4, 1' ff V- pi g' .I . A 9 ., Q..- . K Miss S+an'ron Mrs. Riley Mrs. Peckham 24 .rs kgfqw Q. 215 1 1 iq' . Mrs. DeCris+oforo Mr. Kropp Mrs. MacDonald 115112 Q35 K -H.7...,,, M 4 X Happiness in 'rhe Business Deparlmenl includes 72 manual fypewrifers, 36 elecfric fypewrifers, 5 kinds of IO-key prinling calculaiors. rofary fe- '11, . . . wjur' '11 calculalors, duplicalors, copying machines-plus feachers 'rhaf can I' 'fell Them aparl. The demand for 'ryping skill has grown so fasi lhaf I N we have 300 siudenls enrolled in lyping classes, learning lhal asdf iklg 5 , wilhouf looking is fheir immediale goal in life. Audio-visual aids in abundance are conslanlly in aclion, from records lo overhead proieclors 'ro EDL confrolled readers, even 'fo Mr. l-lalch's screwdriver and benl coal hanger for repairs. New lhis year is fhe ,Jan fyping pool for school acfivilies under Mrs. Peckham. "Business as usual" is plainly lhe order ol lhe day. 1' 4 Mr. Murphy Miss McDonald Zf""'MV ---' , MX x0 si . M --9 I -ef-'le' 4 ' , Wilh a curriculum covering ' clolhing lo chefs, lhe Home Economics Deparlmenl has grown oul ol ils quarlers near lhe caleleria. So a Child Growlh and Developmenl class - expanded inlo lhe boys' dress- ing room. Whalever lhe loca- lion, lhe deparlmenl. under lhe supervision ol Mrs. Lillian Kreger, leaches courses in lood and clolhing, wilh pro- grams ranging from inlerior design lo lashion design. Prac- lical work, guesl speakers, and audio-visual aids supplemenled academic sludy. Two hundred dozen eggs a year and lwo hundred pounds ol llour al Chrislmas made lood very real lo cooking classes. There were lhe Belly Crocker Scholarship conlesl, and a Slerling Silver Award lor lhe Sludenl wilh lhe besl record ol improve- menl. Sludenl chefs visiled a meal marlcel, girls made Prom lormals, and Mrs. Elclridge's class gave lhe annual lacully lea. For lhe lucky few, a soak- ing lrom a broken dish-wash- ing hose compleled Praclical Experience. C012 0122103 I A 4 Z1 1 '!'.' 1 Mrs. Kreger, Direclor Mrs. Baker 'TSM an 'f Mrs. Eldridge A Mrs. Whillen psi- 19- cg. Miss Wiggins 5 i is V129- Mr. Co'f+on, Direclor oi Ari -,z-.- are . M- l 'f.."" X fi' jr! Zeparfmenf E Mr. Bagush 'L- Mr. Clancy ""-11' xm. I l Mr. Forbes -up ' J - auf 1 Mr. Rifval 26 ln lhe arf rooms sludenl worlc is plainly visible on walls, doors, blackboards, and windows. Basics of arf: painf, sculpfure, carving, weav- ing, even adverlising design are par? of lhe Curriculum direcled by Mr. Neil Coiion. Each year, a siuffed owl and pheasanl, used as models, become immorlalized in hundreds of drawings: this year 'they were misplaced, briefly, 'ro 'lhe grief of all involved. lnspirafion came in Mr. Clancy's words, ul- Jrered over an incipieni masler- piece: "ll has possibililiesf' A few sludenls relurned for "posf graduale" weaving courses: oih- ers lrailed behind Mr. Forbes wilh supplies as he moved class- es lrom 'rhe vocalional arf room lo B-l5. Through lhe year, various 'reachers helped wilh school evenis, including fhe senior play, and es- pecially rhe Prom. ln arf, ihe slu- denl creafed-wilh painf, clay, paper, wood, and frequenily, in- spiraiion. I tw A ,. A N n f WUSIC f eparfmenf The Music Deparlmenl' means chorus courses. hours of rehearsals. and noles for rhe 'reacher il' is a lioolball landing in a usaph o all game b i' mosr of all. if is Mr. Joseph Oneschulc. His ialenfed musicians e h d 1 i f m Chrislmas assembly music iesfival, senior play. Memorial Day Parade. Nalional Honor Sociely lnduchon awards as emblie and qracluahc ln 'rhe music 'rheory courses, 'iunclamenlals and 'rechniques of music hislory and composihon are rauqhl The classes nnusl prepare a c band score played and concluclrecl by lhe sludenls. This course has also resullecl in The composihon oi an original school alma aler a ca I96 Class Song The music appreciarion classes are experimenfing wifh o "relafed arfs" approach in which music is iniegrafed wlh fhe d w menl' of hlslory liieraiure. and arf. ln lhe deparlmenl marks may be scaled lo relain harmony befween sludenr and reach rs lg? ii 'ff 4- gnogzsffzkz 714115 "'-R" 'pf Q' '-.5 I-I 0,2 bf Mr. Alves Mr. Krikorian H! Mr. Champlin Mr. Edmond p ffl' Mr. Farrell K I .,Jr 4' , . 'T Mr. Krencisz Q , -i QM I ,nr- 'K' 2 The lndusfrial Arls De- parimenf offers a mulii- faceled program which en- ables sfudenfs lo gain ex- perience in ihe areas of mechanical drawing, wood- work, meialwork, 'the graphic aris, elech-ici+y, fechnical drawing. and dafa process- ing. l-lere sfudenls learn The 'rechniques of building, pho- lography. magnelism. com- municalions. and eleclricify, lafer 'fo be used in lheir work or hobbies. Compuler programming and solid sfale elecfronics are grow- ing fields fhe deparimenf explores: calculafions al in- credible speed and devices slreamlined ol vacuum 'rubeS. Using lechniques learned. sludenfs consirucl boals and assemble a working televi- sion. lvloderp linduslriall arf. F95- E we Qi' ,Y we , 3 .7 I I! Mrs. Helen Johnson Secrela ry 3 4 ,V LA- The roar of 'rhe en- gines, lhe hum ol ma- chines. This, and more. is Vocalional. Designed for sludenls planning fo enler a 'rrade direcfly eller graduafion. fhe school has Qrown under fhe direclion of Mr. Joseph Keele. Sludenls allernale one weelr in shop and one week in class. specializing eilher in aulomolive shop. elec- fronics, or machines. Fulure mechanics dissecl' "live" cars, lilerally gel- 'ling inside lhe subiecl. Eleclronic shop covers lhe commercial devices. like lelevision sels. and more complex compufer and sonar mechanisms. Machinisls learn fhe fools and mefhods of working malerials lor useful ends. as well as how 'ro conlrol a lemper lmefallicl. ln shorl. Vocalional has The mos? grinding curriculum al Soufh. X x, ' 2 I, .- 'ian K. I i w? l ,, .VJ '. -AL ocafzbna rf 1 'Y In ' 025' ,N A f Mr. Keele. Direclor . ' fic' , J Mr. DeCollibus .r N Mr. Fraser 4-'lf Mr. Molloy We x ,B '- if! I, lt-6 Mr' Thompson MY- Tel'f6f'l0Va Mr. Rogers Mr. Peferson 29 T555 Mr. Janes, Direcior Q D. 16K X f l x rv 9, - l f ' F' X ' fx V Mr. S+rong fl' f-, Q lfr ,X N I , ,,-M, . s .sh Mrs. Walker ct Mrs. Wes? Mr. Woodcomb 30 ff? JH szcaf Cjoizcafzbn S+ressing a well-balanced program. +he Soufh l-ligh School Physical Educa+ion De- parfmeni' is inleresied in 'rhe developmenf of boih leam compelilion and individual conlribufions by siudenfs dur- ing class periods. Alfhough difficul+y is occa- sionally experienced in keep- ing shui fhe doors separafing lhe boys' and girls' gym classes, 'rhe physical illness program presenls successfully a variely ol aciivilies, includ- inq fouch foolball, baslrel- ball, volleyball, soccer land Robin Hood and his merry maids. I.2.3.4, 5? crab soccerl gymnaslics and archery. Conclusion: gym is a lil course for every curriculum. -.' s K .S - Q ,. Ld .4 tie-.. ,- Q, ' . ff,-L' E '-Q.-..,,1T1x 5 4 .-qu., . K ' -wee' -. L,"-. ri 1 1- .-AV fl, i-, :Q N , . -....," ' ,?., ,-f' gig.- . .? ...rg ,N 2 -.A "'.,, A4.,- . 4,4 'FQ fi.. ' - 4 , 1 , -if . , -Q5-L "Q, --' -Fila' ""H LH" ' N .'l ,,,g:':' V :angie-'P-:?l,.1 A' . I l ' ' 4' 'Sf- ' ,, I 3--Q-' ' -t V T. rp., A' l ' .... gn x 4- ' .-.. '.-.1 - -- " -..-- 4 .3 .--1-..g ..J ,, A -avg . qv?- '--4 .' ' '-C 111' P- GLLILA, , -fi Swup The world! l wafwl lo fir-l ull! I 1 Mc Tarzan! iv-vi former fjafzcafzozz I! 1 Q? ,hm Q I-"T s fx 4- -fn -rv on 90 -or --Q '41 v--uv 561 was 5 no-1 M72 H14 Y fl lt! 'fi '...,, - P- ln only one cleparlmenl is il' possible lo drive a car up a guy wire. or lry lo pul' oil in a radialor: driver educalion. lnslruclors Mr. Gregory Hebard. Mr. Thomas Fraser, and Mr. John Novak do nol plan such abnormal occurrences. buf in lhe course of classworl: and on-'rhe-road inslruclion. accidenls will happen. The regular class curriculum covers aulomobile funclion, mainlenance. and safely: Mass- achusells highway law: various fypes ol driving lwinler. nighl, highwaylg and driver allilude. Slu- denls may analyze lhe cause of a parlicular ac- cidenl' and ways lo avoid il. On The road. sludenls lirsl learn basic maneuvers, 'then plunge inlo lrallic, and finally accelerare 'ro over lhirly miles per hour. ln lhe winler. drivers skid in lhe parlcing lol lo develop conlrol. The deparlmenf is one of 'lhe slal'e's fineslg 'lalcing care of over 250 sludenls each year. Two cars. donaled by local dealers, fo- gefher lravel over 20,000 miles a year for educalion. Driver educalion is lhe one class where a sludenl' cannol be run clown by lhe homework. Mr. Fraser f K '1 l - Pro ,QR 1 Mr. Hebarcl WR Q"- xx . f-if l Mr. Novak F , Q x as f I i 'I' f"Fls"'f -.I 'Gm . ' i rl T 'un JA, wil - --4-Qs --- . -1 li-H5 5, ' 4v,,,fff"" f 4, I- E 1 1 --a 1,21- fel? Mr. FraboHa. Deparrmenr Head Qufhn ce T"'T.S V .Z x x 1 . 'i I N xxx? S ' . ., 1' 'R Miss Connors 1- -. If 'N ..'- Mr. Lopes Z' 1,11 vi Mr. Porfer fa.. - +V-1 sfgw.. Four years of college, a Masfer's Degree. fwo years' reaching. All This fo become a counselor, and iusr Talk 'ro people? Bu+ 'rhe Guidance Deparr- menr, direcred by Mr. Bernard T. While, wirh Mr. John Frabofra in charge af Sourh, is more 'rhan rhis. Each of rhe six counselors is assigned abou? 300 srudenrs on an alphabeiical basis: pro- grams are arranged. and conflicfs 'rhaf mighf confuse The compufer resolved by hand. There are recomrnendaiions and rranscripfs for over half ihe sen- iors: over +he years perhaps 500 uni- versiries have accepfed Sourh siudenrs. And five limes a year innumerable Col- lege Board scores musf be disfribufed. Disseminarion of scholarship informaiion and iob placemenf are ofher concerns. Counselors rnalce recommendaiions 'ro sfudenfs on rhe basis of available infor- marion, Their mefhods including parenf and reacher consulfarion, referrals, and mosf imporranr, inferviews wifh siudenfs. The facr Thar Mr. Porier. wifh 'the de- parrmenfs oldesr car, handles Voca- +ional's aurornofive sfudenfs has absolufe- ly no influence on his decisions. What- ever rhe case. as forms grow longer. and days shorfer, guidance conrinues fo poinf sfudenrs in 'rhe righr direction. I 4' ' I Xl.. Miss Queenan 32 Miss Schomer . 41 , 1 J Mrs. Joan Rousseau, Guidance Secrerary -- T' v . -1 ix ri -L' 1, fa' 9. , ' ,, in , ,Qi 1 , ,A i My' Axl' V 4:33--, . N 4 4"'9'hau...,,N 'f ai' if' gi il Ile 4- J AI n I 1 u F0 T Tzfi . YF I I ii? -x un... Q5 V 'Z' , . ,f .I l 1 "' 1.. 6 4. A FL ff .Zi-5154 I J xx!! ix ,lil GILLIAN E. ABBOTT A sociable girl . . . Gill Friendly fowards everyone Rarin' fo go . . . Energy Io spare lmpzrl from Rhodesia, Africa Charming smile . . . Promofes a good lime Appealing . . . Nursing in her fulure Umfali Girls I-I.S., Rhodesia, Africa: Field I-lockey I, 2, 35 Tennis I, 25 De- laafinq Club 35 Music Club 35 Science Club 3. F.S.H.S.: C-ymnaslics 45 Candy Sale 45 Glee Club 45 Science Fair 45 Christmas ProlSClS 4- STEVEN J. ABLONDI Tops in Malh ...A nafural Always wilh lhe boys Congenial . . . Popular. . . Rugged Keeps busy in fhe sporls field Lively . .. Never a dull momenl Eager fo become an engineer Foofball I, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 lnlraa murals I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrisfmas Proiecfs 3, 4. MARK L. ABRAMSON Sleadfasl . . .Sludious ...Sincere Polifical science is his planned career Oh! you've gol fo be kidding" Reads Pholog News True friend . . . Easy fo know . . Smiling Sfudf-nl lrainer . . . Loves sporfs Jefferson H.S., Jefferson, N.J.: Sfudenf Council 25 Candy Sale 25 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 23 Sludenl Trainer 25 F.S.H.S.: Candy Sale 45 Chrislrnas Proiccls 3, 45 Sludenf Trainer 3, 4. ANN MARIE ABRO D,rr irnic, delifghlful and swecf Urprfidichibln . . . "WhaI's going on Iruni'ihl?" Likr-. uri- rilf-rl, f,.. Cwrver in l'iu'.infzs Cl.rfrr'r.'i ir, hr-r ap-ecimlly . . . Cllif' f1'fllrlllVll'f Elrulii-nf . . . Her sunny smile ,iriplsfili lv all Typifal . . . One of 'llif' frills . . Nalurnl Clirlrvrlfzarlr-r 45 Tir-lil Hockey I, 25 Bos- lrrvllwfmll I, 25 Rr-rl Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy "n'r' l, 7 3 45 Chrizfw is Prniriiln l, Y' 3 45 Soni i' PW' ffm' I'- i,,r .fry VINCENT S. ACCORSINI Helpful . .. Hearly. . .Sincere Off lo a business career. . . Acfive Capable . . . Considerale . . Concerned Keen sense of humor . . . Friendly Excels in lhe rink . . . Sophisficafed You know him as Vinnie . . . Caplain Foolball I5 Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Capfain 45 Baseball I5 Golf 35 Soccer 35 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrisf- mas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 45 Language Lab- oralory Aide I5 Music Festival I5 Drama Club I: Sfudenl Council 45 Sfeering Cornmilfee 4. EDWARD H. ACKER Always acfive . . . Ready for fun Nomad . . .Carefree . . . Ed Tries fo do his besl in all he un- derfakes lnfends fo enler fhe prinfinq field Casual . . . Calm . . . Candid Sporfsman and worfhy opponenl Eoofball I5 Hockey I, 25 Golf I, 2, 3. GAIL ALCORN Alerf ...Appealing . . . Arfisfic Readily pufs her efforf info worlh- while proiecls Demure . . . Delighlful personalify Energy fo spare . . . Likes sporls Nursing is fhe field where she will excel Terrifically cheerful . . . Carefree . , . Casual North Quincy High School: Guidance Aide 2. Lexington I-Iiqh School: Presi- rlenl of Newcomers Club 3. E.S,H.S,5 Drama Club 45 Infernafional Relafions Club 4. STEPHEN D. ALDERMAN Likeable . . . Laughs galore . . Loyal lo S-oulh Enorrielic ...Always on Ihe go Gb GD . -J .L- oiivh ' r A ,Z np, .-p 1 lil? -' Ol I af' 1- 5 ' 1, X ...'5f' If' :ja .NE . J, I . :V .E - W an -.54 If 1 X J ii' J ' C. fr- 'J5' ' Advice? . . . HWS gol the besf Dons is rireal job in all he nllcmpls Eiirni-al . . . llnrd working " Ready for a flood limo? . . Always! I II ,i ri..' iran if sn. ily 33 Slvvrino ' " ' vs I . - I r- i 3' iilllllfrill il"r1l I in rsnllivl Tlilir ?,m2Tllooli . I.,,ll I3 Tfnriif, ly ' ,iii I r-r 45 Inlmmurals 35 " Cnnrly Siilr- 45 Vnrioly Show 35 Musical Ciriiifily I 2, I- A Ciimir-l'.i 7, 3, 45 Glu- Club lg Music Firslivnl 2, 35 Malh Club I5 Spanish Cluli 21 Junior Prom Cnrrimlllr-gg Inlr-rn.iIinn.il Rc-lalions Club 35 Chriglrrms Proivrls 4 Red Cross I, 25 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4 +19 vw? Xb.. , 1 ,yjwi vf I J 'B DONNA MARIE ALLEN Loquacious . . . Liglif-liearfed . . Effervescenl' Irresisfible lwumor always presenf Vilalify . . . Endlessly on flie go Exfroverf . . . A smile for everyone Loves a good lauglw Yearns fo be a nurse . . . "Oli, no!" Field Hockey I, 2, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 47 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Chrisfmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad I, 2. KAREN EILENE ANDERSON Bound for fun Lovely . . . Likeable . . . Laughing One always finds l'1erl1appy Nafural . . . Nimble . . . Nice Devilisln, daring, and clifferenf Explicir aim: Airline Sfewardess Chrisfmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KEVIN ANDERSON Mofors inlrigue liim Andy . . .Always amiable Ready for acfion Independenf . . . Indusfrious Never serious . . . Never a dull momenf Enfering flue Marines Science Fair I3 Mafh Fair lg Foolball I, 23 Hockey I, 2, Cross Counlry 2, Baseball I: Red Cross I, 2, Candy Sale I3 Rifle Club 4. ARNOLD ANDRE Baskefball Capfain . . . A lwigli scorer Always ready willm a smilel Seeks a good fime Kindly scoffer . . . Likeablc Energefic sporfs fan Tlwinks well of oflners Foofball I, 2, Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4, Cap- ldlfl 42 Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Variely Show 43 Peo Squad 2, 3. DIANE MARIE ANES Perky . . . Vivacious . . . Lively Endlessly on flue go Tendency foward lwairdressing . . Ever happy Inquisilive ...Capable gyrnnasf Talkafive ...Liked by all Effervescenf . Energefic . . Tireless Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4 Christmas Proiecfs 2, 31 Variely Show 3 PAUL I-I. ANOERMANN Sincere . . . Quief . . . Loyal friend Popular wifln everyone . . . Infer- esfed in flying Opfimisfic . . . Loves lnockey . . Acfive Reserved . lnfecfious laugh Tl'iaf's life' . . "Good fimes, bad fimes" Superb . . . Sfraiglwfforward . . Success Iglockey I, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 3, 4, LaCrosse , 3. JOI-IN RICI-IARD ANTOBENEDETTO Jusf one of Ilwe boys Infends fo do woodworking Generally reserved . . . Quief Slnop enflwusiasl' . . . Clever worke man Avid sporfs fan ...Benny Works wifln nails, hammer, and saw LAWRENCE E. ANTONIOLI Happy wifln lnis Ponfiac Usually calm, casual, and carefree Rarely willnouf a smile Leans foward elecfrical engineer' Excels in baseball Real friend . . . lnquisifive . . Inferesfinq I I I I -s I FootoaI lj BaseuaI I, . 3 4 Rea Crrss I, 2 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 1.3, 4. gif' J 54' ,V YV' ' i -Q,-.- Su" v""T" I 1'- li n9 f A -5 ' 'ig -. qw' 'K 1 YD X I LOUIS GREGORY ARTZBERGER Easy going . . . Enlry from Penn- sylvania Archileclure in his Iulure Sporls Ian . . . Enioys swimming Endless irleresl in arf Lilceable . . . Loquacious. .. Loyal Sensible . . . Serious . . . Sleady Solen-e Far 3, 43 Gymnasfics 33 Inlra- murals Ig Language Laboralory Aid 43 Musical Comedy I3 Glee Club li Ina .i,s"'al A"s Ea" Hcno'able Menlion 3. GASPARE ASARO Sporls Ian . . . Oplimislic . . Obliging Is respecled, rugged and robusl' Civil engineering is his goal lnleresling . . . Nimble wil . . "Oh, gosh!" Le Mans is his pride and joy You know him as Reno Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Prolecls 3 4' lndoo' Track Team 43 Spring Track 4. FRED J. AUGUSTINI Sels a goal lor college Oplimisfic and cheerful oulloolc Casual . ..CareIree ...Candid Comica' anlics on and oil Ihe Iield Ever on Ihe sporls scene Ready For a laugh always Hockey I3 Baseball I3 Soccer 43 Infra- m.ra's 2 3: Red Cross I, 2, 3,43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA MARIE BAILEY Loquacious . . . Lilceable . l.ii,'iIiir": lnlefirzl-'id in all sports V'.'1f1Iilf- . . . Candid . ..Sa'icI',1 , . . Efficient . . . Easy Ll'-" li' '.pi'iI"d Io" . . . Quick wil Y"-V 'r I," ',"" IH Iliff fufuyg PPI " V? I 4 Cach Sale I, 43 Cl""'wx-. V:ffff'G I 2 3, 43 Juffgr Prwn 'rfnillccy Pep Sfluzri 23 Inlgr. Co nu? f ' I' P'-l1I'o'I: C'iih 3, PATRICIA BARBER Everlasling smile . . . Bubbly Sincere . . . Sweet . . . Senior Popular. . .A "hi" for everyone Inleresfed in 'rhe airlines Remembers Ihe pasf buf looks Io Ihe Iulure Tallcalive . . . Friendly . . . One of The girls Field Hockey 2, 33 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Variely Show 43 Glee Club lg Junior Prom Decorating Commifiee. STEPHEN BASILE Banler . . . Born alhlele All around good spori Sparks up a class ...Sincere Keen on The courl Elusive dribbler . . . Energy Io spare Truslworlhy . . . Thoughlful . . . Tireless Science Fair 2, 3: Honorable MenIion 2, 33 Baseball I, 2, 33 Candy Sale 43 Baslselball I, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Rep- resenfalive 4. FRANK L. BASOLI Sporfs of all kinds . . . "OK" Perseverance for all he allempls Reserved . , . Realislic . . . Rea- sonable Immigranl from Norlh Navy career ahead Tireless Iraclcsler . . .Team spirif Foofball I3 Track 33 Red Cross 3. EDWARD A. BELLOLI Amiable . . . Ambilious . . . Aclive NiCf' if lion' . . . Nfilurul Tdllmlivf' . . . A'1SwO'S Io Brolhor Inlor--mls lin in business and 'IC courilinq Cn'-uiil . . . Ilfippy . . . Lauqhlcr Slablrr in fmf'rf10"ciiis . . , A flood Irii-nd Cwnl.'S1'r- 4' CI"i'. "-3 13 Pfoir"s 23,-1. wifi if JUDITH ANN BEMIS Congenial . . . Chalfy . . . Cufe Happy when wilh friends . . . Lilces clofhes Energefic . . . Expressive . . . Easy- going Enioys singing . . . "Oh, no!" Rapid falker . . . Quick fhinker Yards of smiles for everyone Red Cross I, 2, 35 Candy Sale I, 2, 35 Christmas Proiecfs I, 2, 35 Glee Club I, 25 Music Festival 25 Junior Prom Dec- orafing Commiffee 35 Red Cross Home- room Represenlalive 35 Arl Club 4. RONALD JAMES BENGIOVANNI Bengi . . . lnferesfed in cars Rugged . . . Reliable . . . Realisfic Energefic . . . A career in business Enioys himself af all 'rimes Zealous sporfsman . . . High spirif Yells loud and clear af fhe foofball games Foofball I5 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrislmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 45 Indoor Track 4. LINDA SUSAN BENJAMIN Jaunfy . . . Gay . . . Carefree 'Oh, no!" . . . "I goofed again!" Very friendly . . . Nice smile Inferesfed in everyone . . . Beniy Always sincere . . . A good friend fo have Likes fun and life . . . Eufure sec- refary Gymnaslics I, 25 Red Cross I, 2, 35 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrislmas Proi- ecls I, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD CHARLES BERTUZZI Frequenfly seen af Loring Arena Lively. .. Levily . . . Likes a laugh Yen for aeronaulical fechnology Impish . . . lnnale desire for fun Never af a loss for words Greaf sporfs enfhusiasf Hockey I, 35 Inlramurals 35 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Christ- mas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3: Indoor Track 45 Outdoor Track 4. DAVID PAUL BETTI Feally fo his friends . . . Dave Reaches for a business career . . College Impish sense of humor . . . Sincere Endless love of sporfs . . . Baseball Nice fo lcnow . . . Neaf dresser Desfined fo succeed . . . Oulgoing Philomafh, Assisianf Sporis Edifor5 Mar- shal 3, 45 Baskefball I5 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Inlramurals 2, 3, 45 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrislmas Prolecfs I, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Represenl- afive 3, 45 Business and Advertising Sfaff 4. DOUGLAS P. BEVI LACOUA Greaf friend . . . Eun fo be wifh Opfimisfic . . . Obliging fo all Alerf af Ihe goals . . . Lively on Ihe field Loquacious . . . Loyal fo lhe leam Inferesfed in feam spirif Ever on fhe go . . . Enfhusiasfic Soccer 3, 4, Capfain 45 Hockey I, 2, 3, 45 Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 35 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 2, 3. SH ELDON DAVID BISHOV Bagels begef such memories Reserved . . . Shy smile . . . Sublle humor An arfisf on fhe sfage and in fhe laborafory Infelligence personified . . . lnexoa rable reasoner Never slumped . . . Nice fo know Semper scienfia . . . Biological research National Honor Sociely 3, 4, President 4: Sfudenf Crier 3, 4, News Edifor 45 Phi'omalh Fearure Edifor5 Science Fair I, 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention 25 Math Fair, Firsf Prize 25 Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 45 Massachuselfs Drama Feslival 45 Library Aide 25 Musical Comedy 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 3, 45 Math Club 25 Compuler Class 45 Lalin Club 2, 35 Inlernarional Relafions Club 35 Science Ouiz Team 2, 3, 45 Senior Play5 Haryard Book Award 35 NMSOT Semi- Fina isf. STEVE D. BODKIN Personable . . . A friend fo all Admired by many. . . Handsome Sporls . . . Eoofball . . . Baseball, foo Sensifive . . .Sincere . . . Bod Efficienf lhrowing arm xiorlh in- suring Really impressive on lhe fio'd and off Marshal 45 Foolball I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 25 Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sak: 4: Chrislmas Proiccls 4. I ba -f ima' WT' 1 P 1 N .1 if I I v in fl 7,74 7 Y' I , :sir 7 .TP '1- v , N. 'Ti 1 I 4. ,1f 'lnYl .r my ig, af! 53 Y .g ig 1' ,Q r 511 YI.. 1 , 'n L .'.f tl' l, 'V-' ' -rv L h is Ti ,gl 'U' Rew- .pf I QV' fl. I -',..fA .f x l. i"' ROBERT C. BONOLDI Found always with a brighf smile Responds To The call of Bob lnleresled In having a good lime Enlhusfasrfc . . . Efergelic . "No, you?" Never a dull mornenl . . . Willy Dazzling personalily . . . l-lappy-qo- lucky Scente Fa" I: Red C'css Ig Candy Sale I 24 3 43 Chrisfnnas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 43 RT e C .b I, JACK A. BORGES Ready and ysailirg . . . Le+'s go A real clown . . . Career in lilhog- raphy Neyer lfsl for words . . . "Jackie" Keeps us lively wilh his pranks Easygoing ...Worries are few Rales high wilh everyone Gyrnnaslics I, 2, 33 Track 3g Marshal 4. SUSAN BORNSTEIN Diligenl worker . . . Reserved . . Thcujhllul Unique . . . Unclerslanding . . U?ilY3iz all lalenls Likes lo ski . . . Pelile . . . Big blue eyes Cheerful . . . Popular . . . Friendly Erioys 1 rmood 'ime . . . "ThaI's boinql" Teachifg r-la-nnf3"ar,f school is her lulure Euenczz ani Ajyfzrlsnq Sfalf 43 Philo- rnalh Biography and Verse Committee: Baslwhall I3 Rod Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Can- rlv Sale 43 Chrislrnns Proiecls 2, 3, 45 Scanich Clul: 2 3 4, ViceAPrcsidenI 41 Fulure Teachers Azsocialion 32 Pep S":,al 3' lV'IlFVTI,llOf'I!l R0'al'o"s Club 2 ' Y- L.:-173 GINETTE ll. BOUCI-IARD 44-I F' I 2 nn "Lis'ren, my children, and you shall hear..." LOUIS C. BOVE Wonderlul . . . Arden? sporlsman Operafes a yellow Ponliac Reliable . . . Realislic . . . Energelic Talkaliye . . . Loyal friend I-learly . . . Good sense ol humor Yearns lor eleclronics engineering -ql- 0 yi! 'i Red Cross I, 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3. qv-- fn .sv JOI-IN F, BOWLER B" 1" , . . l"ilh-- . . . Ifencvolfinl Lfw il I' 1 1' 'I IIIIIVWJ 'Il-'f-W5 Law--, 'par' ,... Frirullaall lorevcr Ol. l"" A'TlT1lV3l,"llI 1 Alf. i,". rr-Indy I-'ir lun . . . .Iovlnl 'T' 'Q N' 1l.l.llI'llVil,..lIlCf3 ' D: ' fl l'l' ru H Inlwrii-lf'-I in Iii, lriffnrilf. . . . Jay EMI '."' TI' "w'i1lll,' Dr-p i-',f Ifulvli -.., Ulniquilous , I V- vw f' I4 V .r,'-, IIT, r.4,'iif lm, ., , ., . ' rye lv rg was X mel, awww 45 gm 4, I p v 4 ,f, xml, X ., ,N I, ,, 4 ,,., ,,,.,,, ,. I' T, .2 4 Ml I - I 4 Swing! Q40 mr' APA 'F I , i uf" t'QLr J, va EDWARD JOHN BRADLEY Steady and stalwart . . . Ed Takes to the field . . . Great sports lover Usually cool, calm, collected Rugged . . . Rough and ready . . . Reliable Dynamic . . . Daring . . . Defer- mined Yearns for a business career Football I, 23 Hockey I, Baseball Ig Christmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3. BEVERLY BRANDOLINI Beauty shines in many ways Ready whenever you call Always wearing a radiant smile Never an unkind word Defensive field hockey player . . Bozo feet Yearns for Northeastern . . . Bev Philomath Biography and Verse Commit- ieei Steering Committee 3, 43 Science Fair 23 Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, .47 Drama Club 23 Junior Prom gognrgitteeg I-lomeroom Representative JOHN HENRY BREAULT Makes the most of everything Obliqing . . . Offers a helping hand Determined to have a good time Excels in water skiing Realistic . . .College in the future Neaf dresser . . . Takes life as it comes Football I: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee. DEBORAH ANN BRILLHART Beaming personality . . . Bedazzling smile Longs for a career as secretary One always finds her happy Never serious . . . Never a dull moment Devoted to a good time Enioys being with the girls Red Cross I, 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. BARBARA JEANNE BROTHERTON Soft spoken and sincere Enioys vacation time . . . Maine . .. West Virginia Warm . . . Wins everyone's friend- ship Industrious . . . Interested in retail- ing Never fails to be tharmingly helpful Gracious . . . Gentle . . . Good- hearted Steering Committee 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Candy Sale I, 25 Christmas Proi- ects I, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 43 Future Teachers Association 43 International Relations Club 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 43 Senor Play KAREN A. BROWN Secretarial work in her future Observant . . . Optimistic . Original Cheerful disposition always Impressive . . . Proper . . . Peppy Appealing smile . . . Kind-hearted . . . Melodic Loyal friend . . . Likeable classmate Red Cross 2, 45 Christmas Pfoiectg I, 3 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Music Festival 2, 3 .CTV x., A ,nn X V C' fo 41' . K I N Q, 25 4 -vs S-J '7'i'4 Q' -'ws '51, N,1 fha I J 13 "- i""N Q9 .', atv., ' 4 RALPH ELLIS BRYANT, JR. Scires oi friends . . . LikeabIe 'ro eyer,cne OV +9 a PhiIcmafh meering . . Picrufe ediror Capers wfh the boys . . . FunIoving C:micaI one rninure, serious Ihe re-I' Easy To kno.-1 . . . Ever ready 'ro pIease Rares in soccer . . . Uses his head PhfIcn'a'rh Piciure Edirorg Sieering Com- rndiee 3, 41 FooIbaII I, Z3 Hockey I3 Track 33 Soccer 3, 43 Candy SaIes I, 23 Chrisrrras Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 43 Language Laborafory Aide 2, 31 Library Aide 43 Junior Prom Comrnifreeg German Club 3, 4, Treasure' 43 Senior Play. PHILIP G. BUNICK Firei-gr haooy . . . A vibranr pe-rsowaliiy ReIiabIe . , . Owns an Overused Larin book Injecfs a dab oi sariricaI humor Enfhusiasric skier and Iennis pIayer Never y-.irhiur a smiIe . . . Wiiiy PhiI Demands psriecrion in his work Siudenr Cfer Spgris EdiiO' 43 Science Fair 23 FoofbaII I, 23 BaskerbaII I, 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy SaIe I, 2, 3 43 ChrisImas Proiecrs I, 2, 3, 43 Math CIub 43 F'ench CIub 23 Ski CIub 3, 41 Juncr Prom Decoraring Commiiiee, RICHARD P. BU RCHELL RemarkaIoI-2 on skis . . . Loves Ihe IC? Irrerezied in becoming av accounr- EILEEN MARY BYRT Wisdom in 'rhe palm oi her hand . . . Wiriy A True friend . . . ReIiabIe . Sincere Riding on The road 'ro success . . . Teacher Marchless charm . . . Memories of Hampron Takes Iire wirh a Iouch of humor HoIds high her ideaIs . . . AIways heIpIuI PhTIomaII1 Biography and Verse Com- mifree, Co-Edirorg Sreerinq Commiffee 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy SaIe I, 2 3 43 Chrisimas Proiecrs I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 33 Musical Comedy 2, 33 A CaooeIIa 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I3 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Larin CIub Z, 33 Pep Souad I3 Junior Prom Decorafing Com- mirreej Horneroom Repi-esenIaIive 33 Senior PIav. CAROL ANN MARY CAMGEMI Acriye, amusing. aII'abIe ResrIess . . . AIways on The go To become a denIaI assisranf Inreresring Io know. . . Inquisiiive Smiles ofren ...Ubiquirous TaIenI in arr . . . TaIkaIive Gymnasfics I3 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy SaIe I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad I3 SorrbaII 23 Christmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR CAPARELLIOTIS Sonny . . . Smoorh . . . Sociable Unique . . . UnusuaI . . . Under- sranding Ready Tor a Navy career Fun . . . I:riendIy . . . Handsome Enioys sporrs . . . Gymnasr Rye Beach and I-Iampron in Ihe summeriime MarshaI 33 FooIIoaII I, 23 Gymnasiics I, 2, 3, 43 Sczcer 4. JAMES P. CAPQBIANCO DWIVITVTII' 'id Iii Q-nloy IIIQ I"Irivi'Ii-iIi'1'r1irI' ,... IZNOIIDJII Rou ih , . . Rf' :dy . . . Ruqfged E ir' i i.II,i iw.-iiI" -i IIio IuIuro Cf--AI, C iIm, ciJIIocIod . . . Cnppy TIi-- rn vi 3.-.iIIi IIiiX IVIAIIIDLI I1 .0-- ' 4,7-1,f"' 1,-v 1-1-0 iv' i-VI Casa , ci:JrIi-tus, corzcienrious Happ, f It ro . . . Gay and conrenr Irierfd. fnrffnpaw a i.'.' ide range Efif-I i' ipirrz H1 -1, IjE,:",II, ROBERT BURNI-IAM WI ': .-.,rIir , , , AIIN Inii 3Iii,'ii OH' .',Ii'r-fIi VI. I , R 1, ,IW Ii ir , ,Ri iIi'Iic 'iifiw Ei- is I f ii ii' R- ' 'Ii I3 I.- IIa'Ii',i l,?3I'ooIL11II I, 2, 43 Rr-d Cross uf A Nga .va 'CNF' ii Q Eli in 4 JOHN F. CAPSTICK Many memories of the great Flyer team i Impressive tackles . . . indelible sportsman Gift of humor . . . Natural wit Handles all situations with ease True friend ...Sincere and likeable You know he's great . . . Simba Football I, 2, 3, 43 Science Fair I3 Math Fair I3 Track I, 33 Baseball 23 Intramur- als I, 2, 33 Candy Sale I3 Christmas Proiects 2, 3. WILLIAM E. CARTER Kindred spirit... Reserved Interested in bowling Nice to know . . . Sincere Desires to be a teacher Loyal to school and friends You know him as Bill Science Fair, Honorable Mention 23 Musical Comedy 2, 33 A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 4. DAVID M. CARVALI-IO Comedian . . . Companion . . . Dave Lower your flaps . . . Interests in flying Enioys BC . . . Career in biology Volkswagen, putt, putt . . . Versatile Enthusiastic . . . Enters everything with spirit Raring to go . . . Student football trainer Student Crier Reporter 43 Science Fair I, 2, 33 Honorable Mention 2, 33 Foot- ball Trainer 4: Track I, 2, 33 Candy Sale 2, 33 Christmas Proiects 33 Language Laboratory Aide I, 2, 3, 43 Library Aide I,' 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club I, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Senior Play. JOAN E. CELLA Naturally sociable . . . Dancer Incentive to teach . . . lnventive Mirthful smile . . . Effervescent personality Bouncy . . . On the go . . . Joanie Little and lively. . . A true friend Everlasting enthusiasm for the Flyers Philomath Biography and Verse Com- mittee: Steering Committee 3, 43 Stu- dent Council 3: Science Fair, Honorable Mention 23 Cheerleader 43 Red Cross I, 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Co-Chairman Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Homeroom Representative 43 Senior Play Committee. LOUISE CERAMICOLI Intent on college . . . Interests are varied Devoted friend . . . Hard worker Easels . . . Brushes . . . Palette Amiable . . . Ambitious . . .Antics Lu Lu . . . Loyal Flyer fan Sensible . . . Serious . . . Sincere Philomath Biography and Verse Com- mittee: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 43 Future Teachers As- sociation 41 Pep Squad 23 International Relations Club 4. MARY ANN CERUTI Gay. . .Going places. . .Gentle Easy to get along with Never misses out on a good time Interesting . . . Neat. . . Lively Accommodating way . . . Pleasant Looks toward the future . . . Busi- ness school Field Hockey I3 Basketball I, 23 Softball It Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show I3 Junior Prom Commit- +ae- I-Iomeroom Representative 2. CAROL A. Cl-IADWICK Dancing is one of her pastimes Ambitions include becoming a sec- retary Nice to know and a friend to all Cooking interests her Enthusiastic . . . Energetic . . Chad Radiant . . . "l'll never tell." Candv Sale I, 2, 33 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOI-IN P. Cl-IAPMAN. Ill Jovial . . . Good humor . Booper Enjoys himself at all times Stands up for what he believes Tends to be where the excitement is Earnestly awaits the future Roguish taste for mischief Football I, 23 Baseball I, 3: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross l, 2, 3, 42 Track 2: Christmas Proi-:cts I, 2, 3, 4. 4 if 's ,K .,?', 'Mx ' X, Q .-ef if I9 Q T .' -,P ,. I TM' E fx. 77' X n 'vin -fftg ,... vu? ig 4 Anal if - -i :W vhuv-l'.f H K -bowl' IF. 1 I . A ANNE MARIE CHENEY Enthusiasm unlimited . . . Perpetual motion Diligent . . . Determined . . Destined to succeed Interests are many . . . Endless ability Toward medicine as a career . . . Scientifically inclined Optimistic . . . "Oh, good grief!" . . . Obliging Reca'ls successful high school days Natfonal Honor Society 3, 43 Student Crier 2, 3, News Editor 33 Science Fair, Second Prize 2, First Prize 33 Math Fair, Honorable Mention 23 Red Cross 2 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Library Aide 2, 3, 43 Collector 43 Massachusetts Drama Festival I: Musical Comedy 2, 33 Band 43 Brass Choir 43 A Cappella 2, 33 Mu- sic Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club I3 Math Club I, 23 French Club I, 23 Spanish Club 43 Junior Prom Committee 3: Latin Club I, 2, 33 Science Quiz Team 3, District Chorus 33 Philomath Editor-in-Chietj NMSOT Letter of Com- mendation 43 NCTE Achievement Award 4. JONATHAN DUSTON CHENEY Versatility . . . Intelligence' . . Sophist Emerging poet . . .Talented actor Recall his saying, "lneptias Vite- mus" Superb piano player . . . Composes, too Expert in the field of art. .. Jon Skiing and tennis . . . Plans to be an architect National Honor Society 3, 43 Philomath Biography and Verse Committee3 Sci- ence Fair 33 Math Fair 23 Tennis I, 2, 3, 45 Library Aid I, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club I, 43 German Club, President 33 Science Ouiz Team 23 "It's Academic" Team3 NMSOT Semi-finalist 43 Senior Play. PAUL VINCENT CINTOLO Wisdom . . . Subtle humor . . Genial Onward to success Reliable . . . True friend Thinks about cars Has good aim on the rifle range You kidding me?" . . . Even dis- position Rifle Club 2, 3: Candy Sale 2, 33 Christ- mas Proiec's I, 3, 4. JOANNE CATHERINE CLEMENTI Pi Dpi, '.,. Puri, '... pleasing Eniup. music and being with friends Tri' "', ' i tif' ruhlirrinfr and succeeds l.l3,lfl. .rlr .uill be lTf!I' career Ti' , i,,. Tii'I itiw '.., .lmanng Efiiryiznu Ifrfii.-.i', that good things - roi- i' '.rrtiilrifxfki15f'2, Prvl CH '.1 l 7 il 'iQ Cxrtffy Sale I, 2 T 4 ffr '," r'. ll' if"'.l 2, 3, 4. RONALD A. CLEMENTS Musing . . . Methodical . . . Mis- chievous Unceasing team support Silent . . . Strong . . . Stalwart Creative . . . Clem . . . "l say, boy." Likes all sports . . . Excels in foot- ball Ever a friend . . . Fun-loving Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Base- ball I, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. NANCY A. CLEMMEY Comes up with good answers . . Clem Always friendly to everyone . . . ldealist Stupendous personality . . . "Forget it." Unique . . . A transfer from Wi- nooski I-ligh School Admired by friends . . . Always ready for fun Likes meeting people . . . Future secretary Winooski H.S., Winooski, Vt.: Red Cross I3 Library Aide I. F.S.H.S.: Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Jun- ior Prom Committee: Christmas Proiects 3. 4. ROBERT NELSON CLEVELAND Relaxed, unruffled view of life A man of many interests Casual . . . Carefree . . . Cars Interested in demolition derbies Never at a loss for words Guitar playing is his pastime Football I3 Track I3 Variety Show 2, 3, 4: Math Fair 23 Science Fair 2. DENNIS R. COATES Excellent marksman X-Im nice disposition Potential as a scuba diver Ercels in sill he altompls Reliable friend . . .Confident Tfill. . .Trim . . .Terrific Rillc Clutr 2, 3, 4, Prrjsilvnt 4. '9x 'UN ,Q-A ag 1 .. frm Q.. ifsi fir, . .yy 'Q 'N I 'US L. I MARGARET ANNE COLE Music and dancing . . . Ebullienf spirif Always amiable . . . A friend for- ever Rarely wifhouf a smile Gef up and go wifh field hockey Impish sense of humor Elflike . . . Energefic . . . Nursing Science Fair 2: Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proi' ects I, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 3, 4: Glee Club I: Junior Prom Decorafing Com- mittee: Pep Squad I. JAMES F. COLLINS Good fimes, hard times, always the same lnferests lie in art, drama, wrifing Folk guifarist . . . Poet . . . Lover of life Thoughfs for everyone . . . "You're on it" Enfer art school . . . Change the world Dares to go against the grain Steering Committee 3, 4: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4: Christ- mas Proiecfs 2, 3, 4: Variefy Show 3, 4: Drama Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, Pres- ident 4: Arf Club 3: Senior Play. ROBIN EDWARD CONRADO Golf greens beckon . . . Under par Often seen in a yellow Mustang Looking forward fo business admin- isfrafion Friendship is golden ...Con Easily reveals a clear smile Ready wifh a helping hand Science Fair I, 2, 3, 4: Math Fair I, 2: Intramurals I, 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiecfs 2, 3: Language Lab- oratory Aide I, 2: Library Aide I, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club I: Junior Achievement 4. RONALD B. CONRADO Sociable ...Sincere ... Ronnie Kind . . . Considerafe . . . A friend fo all In fwo places af one fime Interesting in water skiing and boat- ing Navy first then onward to frade school Goes around town in a sharp Chevy convertible Science Fair 2, 3, .4, Honorable Men- tion 2: Math Fair 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candv Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiecis 2, 3, 43 Library Aide I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 2: Rifle Club 2, 3: Junior Prom Committee. WILLIAM JOHN CONTINO Diligent . . . Defermined . . . Daunfless A spirited touch of mischief Pofential scientist . . . Bill Purpose, brain, will Eager to please and succeed Reveals a kindly nature Xavier H.S., Concord, Mass.: Chess Club I, 2: Art Club I. F.S.H.S.r Sci- ence Fair 3: Candy Sale 3: Christmas Proiects 3, 4: Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Drama Club 4. PETER E. COOK Utilizes all talents . . . Friendly . . . Considerafe Never lacks ideas . . . Well in- formed Interesfed in cars and football Quick to answer . . . Vibranf per- sonalify Undersfanding friend . . . Fefe Easygoing . . . Future architect Track I: Candy Sale 3, 4: Christmas Proiecfs 3, 4. JO ANN COPITHORNE Laughing . . . Lively. .. Loquacious ldenfified by her smile . . . lnfinife friends Vivacious . . . Versafile . . .Varied Effervescent . . . Enioyable . . Energefic Looks forward fo profession in hair- dressing Yesterdays hold fond memories Candy Sale I, 2: Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Music Festival 2: Peo Squad I. PAUL G. CORDELLA I it , 04- 79S 4' ga Q 4 ix lui "SWE 1 if ' ' ICR 'Q A A Round about with the boys Ii- Unusual sense of humor . . . VVitIy Genuinely interested in athletics Guards that line . . . Rough and ready Earnesf . . .Sincere . . .Candid Desires Io work in physical educa- tion Un. I. Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelbdl I: T':a:k Y li Christmas Proiccts 2,3 4. Q '. 'ab' Q' M . cf" -fa fy ,.un -can " Q, an pa iv-...'U r N I Q- 1 ELAINE ELIZABETH CORMIER Lucky Loyal Likeable lmpish lrvaluable friend Tiny in statue but big in heart Trustworthy ... Sincere Amiable Lively spirit Happy outlook Easygoing Elaine Gymnastics 23 Red Cross I, 23 Candy Sa'e 43 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 43 Art Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Future Teach- ers Association 33 Junior Prom De- corating Committee, Pep Squad l, 2, 3. PAUL R. CORMIER Finds peace always . .. Friendly Resefved . .. Sights set on success Interested Alert Eager Energy Ambition . . . Spirit Nice to know and hard to forget Deep thoughts . .. Determined and diligent KATHLEEN MARY COSGRAVE Bursting with ioy Blithe spirit Ubiquitous Surfing is her love Beaming with ercitement Blondes do have more fun Ka Loquacious Lively Little Yearns for dramatics Fosters love for folk Phiiomath Biography and Verse Com- mittee, Steering Committee 3, 4, Science Fair 23 Math Fair 31 Field Hockey 45 Gywiastics 33 Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Vice Pr-fsilent 3, Variety Show 33 Musical Comedy 3, Drama Club 3, 41 Junior Prom Committee, Homeroom Represent- a'ivc 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Homecoming Qufrfin 4. JANE ELLEN COSTELLO CAROLE ANNE COIJGI-ILIN Beautiful blue eyes Bright smile Lively Little Loves to laugh lmpish Carefree "Go Fly- ers!" Talkative Terrific spirit Gay Hopes set on nursing career... enthusiasm Energy never ending Bubbly bundle of charms Science Fair 23 Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Tennis 25 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 45 Musical Comedy 33 Gymnastics 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee: Senior Play. 5,4 115 i WILLIAM R. CRANE Guy Gr-ntlf: Janie Mechanically minded . . .Outgoing Eiqf-r Erithuuifiulic Ener- Obiectivc Electronic technician lytic Blast all Prankster Friendly N- .ir P-vlv ut fa linil wiirfl Intellect under the hood Wfi'iiifh Sincf-rity Lover of carefree living Ifllfff Ind in rn ..'. ic, 'p,rt'., :owing Exciting lilo Turtle Easy- Aniifihll- Active Appealing going f-lrlufi Ii be wllll I Bond Il 2' 3: Cnrcheshd 2' 3. ' --'iffr lair 2, Clarify Sale 3, 4, Clirisl- ' l'ri,,'-'fa I, 2, 3, 43 Rf-fl Cross I, 2, 3, 4,.Frcnf,h C-uln 33 futurf--Tf-achers 1'-',','.f f' on 3, 43 llw-H Economics Club, in rf'iry lg lntvrni' ,nil Pf'lf!IiOf1S Club 4 ,di 'S' LINDA E. CROCI Bubbling over with excitement Lively Laughing Lilceable lnveterate tallcer Interesting to lcnow Tomorrow's secretary TalreS things in stride Happiness is being alive Easygoing Endless energy Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l. 2. 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad I, 2. I 2 ROBERTA M. DAGG Activity is the spice of life Capricious Candid Cheery Tallies high with her friends Personable Infinite touches of mischief Office life calls the secretary Never at a loss for words . .. Tallz, tallc. tallr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4 Pep Squad I, 2. MELLINA J. D'ALOlA Meets everyone with a smile lmpeccable dresser Little Lovely Lilfeable Lively interest in sports and parties lmpish Great sense of humor Elementary teaching is her goal Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club I, Future Teachers As- sociation 4, Slni Club 3. GLADYS A. D'AMELlO Spirited Sociable Sincere Petite and pretty . . . Pert and pep- DY Reliable .. . Reveals a gentle nature Interested in becoming a secretary True friend Tallcative Thoughtful Enioys life to the tullest Student Crier 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, Red Cross 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3. PAM ELA A. DaPRATO Guitar playing is her pastime. Excels in tun and merriment Never a dull moment Insists on being called Pam Aspires to go to college Loads of laughs to be with Marshal 4, Tennis I, 2, Red Cross 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Art Club I, 2, Spanish Club 3, Junior Prom Committee, Pep Squad 2, Music Festival 2. EDMUND DATTI Silent. sturdy, and smart- Throng of friends and admirers Rough and ready soccer scorer One ofthe men . . .A great triend Natural for a physical education teacher Gymnastics and sports enthusiast Steering Committee 3, 4, Football I, Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Class Treasurer, Senior Play. 7" X fx bl rf' lllj. I I SQ '11 L fi lk? - I PATRICIA ANN DAWSON Blithe personality . . . High ideals Likes sports and sewing On her way to a teaching career Newcomer trom Ashland ...Well liked Dependable . . .Trustworthy . . True lriend England is her former home Ashland Hiqh School: Basketball I3 Tennis I: Chorus I, 2, 3: Future Teach- ers Assocation 2, 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee: German Club 3: Choralettes 3: Junior Achievement 3: Red Cross 3' Christmas Proiects 3: Candy Sale 3: Art Excellence Award 3. F.S.H.S.: Sen- ior Plav Committee. PAUL A. DeCOLLlBUS Matchless personality.. . Man on the go Utility plus . . Unseltish . . . Unique Skill . . . Strength is one ot his ideals Congenial . . . Clever . . . Con- siderate Litting weights is his specialty Electronics engineering in his tuture Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Honorable Men- tion 2: Math Fair 23 Track I, 23 Intra- murals I, 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club I, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN MICHAEL DeCOLLlBUS Artistic ability a great asset Rugged . . . Ready . . . Rebellious Talent tor writing . . . Poetry lnventive . . . Independent . . lndividualistic Sociable . . . Sharp . . . Skier Takes pride in novels and tolk music Student Crier Staff 4: Philomath Biog- raphy and Verse Committee: Candy Sale 3, 4: Language Laboratory Aide 4: Va- riety Show 3: Drama Club 3: Art Club 3 43 Junior Prom Decorating Commit- tee: German Club 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 4. DIANE ELIZABETH DeMlLLE Sportsminded . . . Likes tennis and skiing Merry . . . Friendly . . .Sincere Interested in biology . . . Plans to teach it Loves to gab with her friends Enthusiasm and energy in abun- dance Really a girl with character . . . Cr-cil Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiccls I 2. 3, 41 Library Aide I, 2, 3, 4: Musical Comedy 3: Science Fair 2, 3, Honorable Mention 3: Latin Club 2' Drama Club 4: Philornath Biography and Verne Cornmittcci Senior Play. MARY T. DEVEAU Twirling, friendly, Mary Whiz in Math . . . Future teacher Impressive ...Winning smile Ready, willing, and able . Really! Likeable . . . Friendly to all Sweet . . .Sincere . . . Success Maiorette I, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Language Lab- gragogy 4Aide 3, 4: Christmas Proiects CAROL ELAINE DEVINE Demure . . . Delicate . . . Delightful Accommodating way. . . Reserved lndustrious . . . Intelligent . . . Incentive tor work Nice to know . . . Sincere ways Tiny . . . Talkative . . .True triend Yearns to be a kindergarten teacher National Honor Society 3, 4: Math Fair 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 3: Junior Prom Decoratinq Committee: Pep Squad I, 2: International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. LINDA DIANNE DEVINE Laughing . . . Likeable . . . Lo- quacious lmpressively cheertul outlook Vivacious . . .Vibrant . . .Veracious Ever present humor. . . Sharp wit Likes music, sports, and Junior Achievement Yonder lies college . . . Success Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3, 4: Intramurals I, 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: A Cap- pella 33 Glee Club I, 23 Music Festival I, 2, 3: Junior Prom Committee: Pep Squad I, 23 International Relations Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Representative 2: Junior Achievement 3, 4: Senior Play. PATRICIA ELAINE DIAMOND Sincere . . .Warm . . . Friendly Ever happy.. . Loquacious Willing to help always Interested in others . . . Pat Never without a smile . . . "That's lite." Grcatsporlslan ...Yea South! Science Fair 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Musical Comedy 3: Drama Club 43 Art Club 2: Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Pep Srxuad I, 2 3, 43 Senior Play. 'QW g .- 'ET"" T. 4 'T MAUREEN DORAN Graceful . . .Generous . . .Good- ness V Eager To please all... lvloe Nealness is a key To beauly Typical . . .Always happy Lovely . . . Likeable . . . Friendly Eager To be a laboralory Technician Science Fair, Honorable Mcnlion 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Va- riely Show 23 Glee Club I, 33 Drama Club 4. PAMELA Iv1.DRECHSEL Loves life and people . . . AcTive ObservanT . . . Keen . . . InTeresTing Vivacious . . . VibranT . . . Veracious EarnesT eTTorTs Tor success Laughing always.. . Liked by all Yearns Tor college . . . Pam Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 STudenT Crier Slalf 43 PhiIomaTh Biography and Verse Commilfee 43 Tennis 23 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls 3, 43 Variely Show 43 Drama Club 43 LaTin Club 2, 33 Junior Prom Decoraling CommiTTee3 Junior Achievemenl' 43 Business and Ad- verTising Slaff 4. PETER F. DRENNAN Sharp dresser. . . QuieT naTure Tremendous Tempo on The drums InTeresTed in enioying IiTe Casual . . . Thar's PeTe Keeps wiTh The beaT . . . Ready Tor aclion SeTs his sighTs on a music career FooTbaIl I, 23 Candy Sale I3 Chrislmas ProiecTs I, 2, 3, 4. JANE DUANE GreaT memories of F.S.H.S. AThleTic abiliTies unmalched Bound Tor SpringTield - Physical educaTion Teacher Leaves wonderful impression al. Soulh EnThusiasm never deslroyed Seen Trequenilly in a green IvlusTang . . . Janeo Philomalh Biography and Verse Come miTTee3 Sleerinq Commillee 3, 43 Sci- ence Fair 23 Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Capfain 43 Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4, Cap- Tain 2: Gymnaslics I, 2, 33 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 3, 43 Christmas Proiecls 3, 43 Chairman, Junior Prom Decorarinq CommiITee3 Pep Squad I. CAROLYN THER ESA DWYER Laughing . . . Walkinfi . . . lflirnick- ing Imaginalion from wild VenTure:ome . . . Crcalivc . . . Allraciiyrv Endless energy . . . Enlhusiaslic worker ' Love ol summer . . . Love of liie Yearns lor evcilomenl . . . Arlislic Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 2, 33 Arl Club I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Decoralinq CornmiTlee3 Philomalh Biography and Verse Cornmil- leel Senior Play. SAMUEL DYER, lll Snappy . . . Smiling always Takes To The ice . . . l-lockey player InTeresTed in boaTing . . . "Nice Try." Candid. . .ColorTul . . . CourTeous Keen sense of humor . . . Sam SeTs a goal Tor engineering Foolball I, 2, 3, 43 Hockey I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 23 Inlramurals 2, 33 Candy Sale 33 Language LaboraTory Aide I. JOSEPH lvl. EBIN Always on The go . . . Joey . . lndusTrious Comical . . . Seeks advenTure , . IvIighTy Tops in Tennis . . . WorThy . . . TrusTing and loyal Involved in youTh group . . . WaTer skiing ViTaliTy unlimiTed . . . SuccessTul TuTure Easygoing . . . "IvlainTain" . . . Maior in economics Business and Advertising Slalf 43 Philo- malh Biography and Verse CommiTTee3 Science Fair 23. Red Cross 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrisfmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Language Laboralory Aid 43 Lalin Club 23 Ski Club 3, 43 Junior Prom Decoraf- inq Comrnilfeej lnTernaIional Relations Club 33 German Club 3, 4, Presidenl 43 Junior Achievemenl, Vice-Presidenl 3, Presidenl 43 Senior Play. SHEILA ELDRIDGE Freckles . . . Friendly . . . Fun To be wiTh Laughlor is always in sTyle Underslanding . .I . Warm in her ways Endless cnlhusiasm . . . "Would you believe?" Never aT a loss lor words To be a hairdresser is her goal Baskelball 23 Candy Sale 2, 3, 45 Clvigf. mas Proiccls 3, 43 Pep Squad 2, is Q ,Q TT' f 'WT an 'v 4 . f ff A 'Oi --L .Ir ELYSE JO ELLISON Sincere . . .Sensible . . .Sweet Unusual serse of humor . . . Willy Mir'h:u '... lmaginalive . . . Arrislic Meiculcus . . Creafive . , . Blue eyes Enlhusiasfic in all her endeavors Radianl . . . Spiriled . . . Individ- ualll Candy Sale 3, 41 Chrisfmas Proiecls 2. 3 42 Drama Club 33 Red Cross I, 3, 43 Baskelball I, 25 Junior Prom Deco. rafing Cornmiffeeg Senior Play. STEVEN EDWARD ENOS Serious-minded ...Sincere Tall, lacilul, and 'ralkalive Enjoys soliball and hockey Versalile . . . Vilalily unlimiled Elecls Io be a doclor Nickname is "Slevie Wonder" Science Fair 2, 33 Red Cross I, Z, 31 Candy Sale I, 21 Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 45 Language Laboralory Aide Ig Libra'y Aide 25 Rifle Club 2. MICHAEL A. FARRIS Promising luiure . . . Whiz in Chel's course Relenlless 'ralker and worker Ambitious . . . Arniable . . . Adroil Nice 'ro know . . . Neal . . . Newsy Krows all lhe punch lines . . . Mike Spcrfg-minded . . . Fan and player Foolball I, 23 Hockey I3 Baseball Ip Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4g Chrislmas Proiecls I. 2, 3 4. SUSAN M. FERGUSON G my . . . G'f?':1:riCiu5 . . . Gilzed EM' '. i' rcarrhirvi N..rnr'Cu'. rrpliludos . . . Sue I" '-l n rn-'dicwl lfrchnciloiy A pl-'-:Lvl rwllook . . . Lalin lor- , ,. ,D Lo, rl . . . Trucl.-.ifrlliy . . . Dcpend- fulfil S 4-'ire Fi-r 23 Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orches- '-, 2 4 -1 IJ I'-3' .il I 17, 3, 4, Pfvl C'o1: Ig Canil S130 43 Chrislrnas r Proiccis I, Y, Library Aide 3, 43 Home F f.'v','A": Cluli 4, Lulin-Clulx 2, 4, T4-n'i3 Qj Plzilowxll- Hicfygphy and Vrwf' llfin KATH LEEN F. FERRARI Clever. casual, and congenial Happy . . . Never a dull momenl' A delighllul oplimisl . . . "Oh, whal was I going 'fo say?" Talkalive, bouncy, and cule To have a career in IBM You know her besl as Kalhy Marshal 3: Red Cross Ig Candy Sale I, 23 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 23 A Cap- pella 2g Glee Club I, 27 Music Feslival I. 2. KENNETH E. FIELDS Daring ... Dynamic... Dapper Rugged . . . Kenny . . . Likes liv- ing and laughing Inleresled in surfing . . . Always wilh ihe boys Vibranl personalily . . . Popular wilh everyone Enlhusiaslic . . . "WhaI can I say?" ..."My laull, righl?" Robusl . . . Slraighllorward . . . Plans 'ro go 'ro college Foolball 43 Track 3: Candy Sale 3, 45 Christmas Proiecls 3, 43 Wreslling 3. DOUGLAS K. FITTS Hale . . . Hearly . . . Happy Enioys boaling and Scuba diving Inlends Io become a velerinarian Gay . . .Gregari-ous . . .Doug Handles a car wifh lhe grealesl of S559 Talenled . . . Bound 'ro succeed Science Fair I, 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proi- ecls I, 2, 3, 43 Language Laboualory Aide 2, 31 Library Aide 2, 31 Rlile Club I, 2, 3, WresIl'nq Team 35 NMSOT Lef- Ier of Ccmrncndaficnj Spanish Club 4. BETTE ANN FLUMERE A born le.idr:r . . . A lively Flyer lan Credil lo Iver School . . . True spiril Tradilionally Ihe All-American girl Insprinq . . . Noi only men are presidcnl Vivacious and ycrsalile . . . Sum- mers al Plum Island Enlhusiaslic and capable leader Philomgfh Bfaqraphy and Vcrsc Com- rniilcc Co-Edilorg Slccrinq Committee 3, 4: Sludcnt Council 3, 4, Prcsiocni 43 Scioncc Fair 2: Malh Fair 21 BHSIYCIF'-ill I, 23 Solfball I, 22 Ifllramurals I. 22 Cami, Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiccls ly 2. 3, 45 Variety Show 3, 47 Musical Coma-dv 2, 32 A Cappella Qlcc Club 23 Music Fcsfival 2, 33 Junior Prom Cornmitlcci LnIin Club I, 2, 31 Sludcnf C-o-.crnmrnl Da, Rf'I'C'iFVII-l'VC'f Mas- swrlwnr-IIL D':lf'l1.1'r- To Unilc-I Slalcs Youlh Scnalc Program 43 Homecoming Prnicss 43 Senior Pl.1yCo'r"w-llcfi. ' A 'is f"v I 1 HI 'SQ 9,9 cn he ff' Qfr. ROBERT PETER FRANCI-Il Talkative . . . Talented . . . Bob Accomplished bowler and golter Loves all kinds ot music Enthusiastic member ot South I-ligh's Band Nice to know . . . Understanding triend To pursue a career in music educa- tion is his goal Steering Committee 3, 43 Science Fair 2, 33 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show I, 2, 3, 4: Musical Comedy I, 2, 33 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra I, 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Jun. ior Prom Committee: Dance Band I, 2, 3, 43 New England District Band I, 2, 3. 4: Massachusetts All-State Band I, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN ROBERT FRIEDMAN Ambitious . . . Able . . . Adept at pool Commendable student . . . Casual and cool The man who tries is the man who succeeds lnventive . . . Interests in science One ot the "Wonder" boys . . . l-lard working Never a dull moment . . . Frede .. . NASA NMSOT Letter ot Commendation3 Stu- dent Crier 3: Philomath Assistant Edi- tor: Science Fair 2, 3, Honorable Men- tion 33 Football I3 Red Cross I3 Candy Sale I, 23 Senior Play. BRADLEY N. FROST Easygoing . . . Congenial . Attable X-cels in sports . . .Athletic Capable . . . All around versatility Evident success . . . Enviable talents Loyal . . . Sincere . . . Friendly Sure and secure in pursuits Drake Jr. H.S., Aravada, Colo.: Foot- ball I3 Student Council I3 Basketball I3 Track I3 Baseball I3 Intramurals I3 Red Cross I3 Choir I. F.S.H.S.: Steer- ing Committee 43 Marshal 33 Science Fair 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Base- ball 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 43 Christmas Proiects 43 Language Laboratory Aide 3, 43 Variety Show 33 G-lee Club 23 Music Festival 23 Junior Prom Decorations Committee 33 Wres- tling 3, 43 Homeroom Representative 3, 4. DAVID C. FULLER Ready and raring to go Humorous . . . High hopes tor the tuture You know him as Dave and Catman The Soul ot the senior class Headed tor a musical career Man with the drums . . . In the groove Marshal 3, 43 Track I, 23 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 2, 43 Musical Comedy 3. PAM ELA KAREN GAGNE Guitar playing her tavorite Unusual . . . Understanding . . . Pam Interested in sports . . . Basketball Talkative . . . "You've got a tu turel" Always there with a smile Ready tor a secretarial career Basketball I, 23 Softball I. STEPI-IANIE A. OALANDZI Superiority in the art ot cooking Thoughttul . . . Caretree . . , "C'est la vie!" ' Endless school spirit . . Yeal Teaml Future keypunch operator Fun-loving . . . Flair tor music lnvaluable triend . . . Talkative Drama Club 43 Music Eestival 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Musical Comedy 33 Christ mas Proiccts I, 2, 3, fig Canfly Sale I 2, 3, 43 Senior Play. RICI-IARIL C. OALLAGI-tER First on the tee Reserved, but always ready tor a laugh Interested in classmates Energetic businessman Nice to know . . . Friendly Determined to succeed in market- ing Soccer 33 Christmas Proiects I, 23 Lan- quaqe Laboratory Aide 2, 3, 43 Rita Club I. BONNIE JEAN GARBARINO Beauty in her eyes . , . Sparkling Loves lite . . . Spirited Innate charm . . . Ambition . . Spunk There is never a dull moman Happiness is a good time . . , Inn l Exciting ...Endless talker Red Cross I, 2, 43 Candy Sale I, I -tg Variety Show if Pep Squad I, 2. A-.4 B! its tl' i'- A My' tor' WILLIAM P. GARRETT Deslined fo succeed . . . lnleresled in olhers Eager . . . Earnesf . . . Eloquenf Bringing The meeling 'ro oder Always an execulive . . . Handy wilh lhe qavel Talenled aclor . . . Melodious voice Ever ready wilh a quick smile Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- den? 3: Science Fair 2, 33 Foolball Ig Intramurals I, 2, 3, 41 Red Cross I2 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Chrislmas Proi- ects I, 2, 3 4, Language Laboratory Aide 3, 45 Library Aide I, 2, 3, 43 Ve- riely S3-ow 2, 3 43 Musical Comedy A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Glee Club Ig Music Fesfival I, 2, 3, 45 Debafing Club I, 2. 3, 4, Presidenl 3, 45 German Club 3, 42 Pep Squad 27 Senior Play. KENNETH J. GARVEY Lover of pranks . . . Easygoing A comme-nf lor everyihing , , , Clever Unforgellable . . . Less work more sleep Gregarious . . . Greal . . . Garv Hey Bird! . . . Slow Io anger Spiriled, sporls minded... Rugged Foolball I, 2, 3, 41 Hockey I, 2, 3: Baseball I, 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Va- riely Show 4. CAROLYN LORRAINE GAZOORIAN Pleasani smile . . . Cheerful . . . Friendly Always ready lor a good lime Rarely seen wilhoul I'he girls Likes Sewing and music Even disposilion . . . Enlhusiaslic Rallies are lor cheering Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrislmas Prciecfs I, 2, 3, 4. RONALD GENGA Ready lor life On lop of Ihe world Never upsel . . . Always calm NIU' lw know . . . Peaceful . . . Arnii-,bln Irili,-rf-'lm Iii: mainly in baseball Eflf-ru Ihr- world wilh on open hcarl lllzclyall Ig Candy Sale 4, NICHOLAS PETER GIAMOGIANIS Indispensable in fhe library Magneiic smile . . . Mischievous air Paslimes include ice skaling Inlends +o qo fo college Sublle . . . Silenl' . . . Sincere Helpful . . . Humanilarian . . . Nick Science Fair 25 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Library Aide 43 Glee Club I. GLORIA JEAN GIBBS Candid . . . Congenial . . . Garru- Ious Always easygoing . . . Thoughllul Soul ol personalily . . . Sociable Ubiquilous . . . Gregarious . . . "Slim" Allable . . . Fun 'ro have around Likeable . . . Loyal . . . Nice 'ro know Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 32 Pep Squad 43 Home Economics Club I. 'I .. I. if 3 . f I , A, , if-sfi ff I rr far' v -- Q, Xl, 3 C ' 1 CLIFFORD DEAN GIBSON Friends call him "I-lool"' lnferesfed in being a veferinarian Never loses his femper . . . Relaxed Easy come, easy go Sharp wil . . . Spirif fha? invifes success Talenls are varied . . . Versafile Science Fair 23 Track 33 Red Cross 2, 33 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Chrislmas Proi- ecls 2, 3: Senior Play. BEVERLY ANN GILROY 'Good Grief!" . . . Bev . . . Talle- afive Animal doclor . . . I-lorses Enfhusiasfic friend . , . Engaging smile Lovely auburn hair... I-'lappy Ireland forever! . . . Charlie Brown advocafe Considerafe . . . Capable . . Cheerful Nafional Honor Sociely 3, 4, Recording Secrelary 43 Lafin Club 2, 3, 4, Secrea lary 3: Science Fair 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Library Aide 43 Pep Squad Ig Sfudenl' Crier Typisf 4. ' V x 1 - ' , How fo conlrol fermifes7 Beaf fhem wilh sliclxsl DENNIS LOUIS GIOMBETTI Greaf on fhe ba:lfe'ball courf Radianl perzonalify , . . leacler Always on fhe move Sporlf enfhuziasf , , . Lighfhearfed Suave . . . Srnoofh . . . Sophizlir cafed Yearns for Providence College Baskelball I, 2, 3, 43 Baseba'I lg Infra- murals 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad 4. R. MICHAEL GODFREY Sincere . . . Serious . . . Genial Unusual abilifies . . . Varied in. feresfs Beniqn . . , Sense of humor Talenfs lead him fo engineering Lively on fhe soccer field . . . Milne Eager fo learn . . . Enfhusiasfic sfudenf Marblehead High School: Chess I. F.S.H.S.: Science Fair, Honorable Men- fion 31 Track 33 Soccer 43 Rifle Club 2. MICHAEL M. GOODSTADT Loyal friend . . Lighf manner Advenfurous . . . A lreen inferesf in cars Unpredicfable . . . Accepfs fhings as fhey come Giff of qab . . . Persuasive Humor . . . Punsfer . . . Jolnesfer Smiles for everyone . . . Milne Chrisfrnas Proiecls 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 4. NADINE GRACE Teaching is whaf shed lille fo Acfive in any lype of singing Lilces people, wrifira, and hax'n. fun Keen on nice clofhes Enerqefic . . . Never sfcps falling Remember fhe games and fha ra'l':s Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 45 Chris""as f":f ecls l, 2, 3, 43 Musical Comedx I, I 33 Glee Club I' M'1ed Chews 2 4. Music Feslival I, 2, 3 4' Exam: Club 3, 4, Dcbalhg C'..b 3 4, I H, 4 ii' I Q 'J if mi ' , 0 17111 .- .O -,-o ,. 1 . o in ' --1-., A -ff . . 1 of ." L. :UI :,i.Q", , . ,g u' -..3-'.-. -.-:R -- ' . A . Al 0 g so 1 "-vm 1 ' 1.-','.5 'Q 'I " 1 ' o ' ."o . Q -T . - '."-'11 .-. - ' , ,v 1, 1 u I3 . B 'Jin ' x.s . 4 Mfrs I , 7' f- -1 I if . 4 - I , 1 x I X fl'- ,- ,qpx ing., for-. 21 I' I. BEATRICE L. GRADY An eye tor art... Bea Reveals a gentle nature Transter trom Chicago . . . Kindly Interested in music . . . Unique Sparkling . . . Jovial . . . Always willing to help Thoughtful . . . "I'lI accept that" . . . Success South Shore H.S., Chicago, III.: Vol- Ievball 3: Basketball 3: Office Aide 3. F.S.H.S.: Drama Club 4: International Relations Club 4: Home Economics Club 4. ALICE G. GRANT Demure . . . Deserves only the best Unique niceness . . . Natural Lovely smile . . . Eyes tull ot hap- piness Candid . . . Cute . . . Casual Enioys sewing and sports . . . Versatile Talent tor math . . . Al Newton H.S.: Field Hockey 23 French Club 2: Outing Club 2: Girls Athletic Association 2. F.S.H.S.: Drama Club 4. ALBERT A. GRICO Bright smile . . . Laughing eyes Unlimited amount ot triends Talents vary . . . Devil in disguise Corgenial . . . Easy to know . . . Talker Hockey enthusiast . . . Avid sports tan Youthtul torever . . . Love that Corvette! Hockey I, 4: Basketball lg Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 3, 4. BEVERLY LUANNE GROVES Tennis is her game. Aipirfrz to a tuturc in nursing Loquaciouz yet soft spoken . . . Bev Kinfl . . . COVl'tl"lf:l'rliC . . . Sincere Ever rrtafly to lend a helping hand Rfilifiblf- irienft . . . lfiliqent workrrr. Cclcncfz Fair 23 Tcnn's I, 23 Intramurals 2- Cant, Salt- I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas ?roif:r,t', I, 2, 3, 4: Library Aiftc l, 2, 2 4, Juno' Prom Decorating Commit- Ivfrj Pep Swumfl I, 2, 3: Collectors Club I 2 3 4, DEBORAH MARIE GUSHA Found with the girls Rollicking times and rare moments Inspiring personality . . . Bubbly Exuberant-That's Debbie! Never at a loss tor words Devoted triend . . . Liked by all Student Council 3, 4: Field Hockey 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3: Candy Sale 2, 33 Christmas Protects l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Drama Club 4: Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. CHARLES T. GUY Rifles, reels and fishing rods Amiable . . . Adroit . . . Alert Cheertul outlook on lite lndividualistic . . .Chuck Naturally nice . . . Future in busi- ness Good nature wins many triends Red Cross I, 2, 3: Candy Sale 2, 33 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 3. DAVID HALTERMAN Candid . . . Down to earth Active sportsman . . . Energetic Socially minded . . . Dave Unique . . .Will to win Always friendly . . . Easygoing Likes playing pool and cards F.N.H.S.: Football I, 2: Basketball I, 2: Baseball I, 2. F.S.H.S.: Basketball 31 Baseball 4: Candy Sale 3, 4. PATRICIA A. HAMILTON Great friend to have . . . Pat Earnesty is her motto . . . Sincere Nonchalant . . . Never tires ot people lnterezts are varied . . . Unique Attablc . . . Always neat as a pin Likely to become a sccrctary . . . Sure success Field Hockey I: Rcd Cross I, 2, 3. 12 Candy Sole I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Pro,- ccts I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad I, 2: Busi- ness anri Advertising Stall 4. XIXIKNNN , ..,t .. . 1. inmdh Y W fn' , 'QQ Q AA-A l 7 -9147 -I X I 1 ik CHRISTINE HARE Blilhe... Blonde... Bouncy Lively sense of humor On 'ro a career in business Never a dull momenl Delighllul company.. .Chris Easy 'ro gel along wilh Candy Sale I, 2: Pep Squad I, 2. PETER R. HART Individualisl . . . Ideals are high Masier of Ihe piano and organ Plans lo be a iournalisl Inreresfed in sporls and music Sandy hair... Friendly air Happy-go-lucky knave oi sarire Science Fair 2: Baskefball I, 2, 3: Cross Counfry I, 2, 3: Track I, 2: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Golf I, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 2, 3: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4: Language Laboratory Aide I, 2, 3, 4: Variefv Show I, 2, 4: Musical Comedy I, 2, 3: Music Feslival I, 2, 3. BRIAN R. HASTINGS Liked by all . . . Mr. Presidenl Elficienl, capable, and energelic A loyal, iusl, and uprighl genlle- man Deslined for success in life Engineering or malh in his Iulure Relied upon in many sporls . . . Shavy Class President 3, 4: Sfeesinq Commil- Iee 3, 4: Sfudenl' Council I, 2, 3, 4: Hockey I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Caprain 4: Soccer 2, '3, 4, Most Valu- able Player 4: Band I, 2, 3: Music Fes- Iival I, 2, 3: Language Laboralory Aide 2: Junior Prom Coordinalorg Jewish War Veferans Award 4: Nafional Honor Sociely 3, 4. ROBERT WALLACE HAUBNER Always a genlleman . . . Kindly Casual ...Capable ...Courreous Thrives on sporls . . . Bob Independenf are his ways Veracious ...A Viking in slalure Excels in fooiball and 'rrack Sfeerinq Commiflee 3: Sfudenf Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Can- dy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Chrislmas Proiecls 3: Philomafh Biography and Verse Com- miffee. KATHLEEN J. HAYES Sweer and narural . . . Soir voice . . . Kalhy Enlighlens Ihose around her . . Eifervescenr Radianl smile . . . Secrelarial iulure Earns Ihe friendship of olhers . . . Appealing Never fails in 'limes of need . . Sincere Even disposilion . . . Earnesr Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4: Chrislmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4: G-lee Club 2: Music Feslival 2: Pep Squad I, 2. LYNN HECHT Accomplished . . . Alerl . . . AI- Ienlive Cule as a bullon . . . Perl Threshold lo success . . . Enfhusias- 'fic Inlenl' on nursing . . . Ambilious Vivacious . . . Vivid . . . Vifalily Efiervescenl narure . . . Efficienl worker Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Chrisfmas Pro'- ecls I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad I: Philomaflw Biography and Verse Commillee. KATH LEEN HENDERSON Inrelligenl . . . Dexlerous gymnasr Discriminaling 'rasles . . . Proiicienl Eager Io help . . . Nice lo know Appealingly willy . . . Ever aclive Loquacious . . . Laughing . . Sincere Sporls . . . Sociable . . . Spon- laneous Nafional Honor Sociely 3, 4: Sfudenf Crier Assisfanr Sporls Edilor 3: Science Fair 2: Malh Fair Honorable Menfion 2: Gymnaslics 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Chris?- mas Proiecls 2: Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4: Music Feslival I, 2 3? Drama Club I, 2' Pep Squad I, 2: German Club 3, 4, Vice Presidenl 3: Lalin Club Secretary 2. E. ART HENSEL Keen minded . . . Casual Inleresled in sporls . . . Skiing Nalurally amiable... Friendly Dynamile on Ihe rennis courl Lively... Laughing .. . Likeable Yearns for a career in lnduslrial Produclion Gymnaslics 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 4: Chrislmas Proiecfs 45 Library Aide 4: German C'ub 3 4, '2 Z Q.. ,Z 1 4- 1:-5 'ki , 'Z' , I y , ' -. Q . DAVID E. HILL Big smile . . . Big heart . . . Benev- olent Outgoing . . . Mischievous air . . Dave On top . . . Skilltul at soccer Man ot many moods . . . On the move Electror-ics in his tuture Reveals an understanding nature Soccer 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Cdfldv Sale I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES HILL Genuine . . . Personable . . . Easy- going Utopia me'ans Canada . . . Hillbilly Interested in motorcycles . . . Future mechanic Tries always to be helptul . . . Very honest Always ready tor fun . . . Adven- turous Reaches out tor friendship . . . "Yep!" Basketball I: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3: Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER A. HILLIARD Superb personality . . . Friendly to everyone Marvelous dresser . . . Good looking ...Witty Interested in cars and tood . Wally Lover ot lite . . . Lively . . . Loquacious Easygoing . . . A tianster trom Berwick Academy Suave . . . Sparky . . . Business administration Berwick Academy, Berwick, Maine: Cross Country 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Ski Club 3. F.S.H.S.: Science Fair I, Hon- orable Mentiong Candy Sale l. SUSAN LYNNE HIMES Versatile . . . Vivacious . . . Vio- linist Interests are many . . . Suzee Oh, you know, what's his name?" Loves skating, dancing, swimming and animals lvvlpwrt trim Pittzburqh, Pennsyl- vania Natural born musician . . . Music lffrlClTffV South Hills HS., Pittsburgh, Pa.: Pros- pector I, Feature Stattg Student Coun- gl lg Tn-asurrgr lg Intramurals l, 21 Candy Sale I3 Christmas Proiects I, 25 l,tt,r,yy Aide lg Variety Show 23 Or- chestra I, 23 Music Festival I, 23 Dra- ma Club 2, Debating Club li CIVICS Club l: All City High School Orches- tfa lj lhankzgvinq Play Ig Commence- ment Sneaker lg Chamber Music Ouar- tct I FSH S.: Orchestra 3, 43 Music Festival 3: Pep Squad 33 Mixed Chorus 3 4, Senior Play. RONALD E. HOGGE Desires a career in electronics Interested in skindiving and other sports Vigorous competitor. . . Mick Immigrant trom Wayland High Never at a loss tor words Goes tor cars and fun with the QGHQ Wayland H.S.: Football I, 2: Basket- ball 2. F.S.H.S.: Candy Sale 3, 43 Christmas Proiects 3, 4. JEAN E. HOLLERAN lntriguing . . . Pert . . . Pixie Mischief in her eyes Preters tun . . . Jeanie Interested in l.B.M. school Sott-spoken . . . Sincere High hopes in lite.. . "R-l-G-H-T!" Field Hockey I, 23 Softball lg Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad I. DAVID HENRY HOLMES Gym show regular on the rings Energetic . . . lnvaluable member ot the band Nice to know . . . College bound Interested in sports . . . Dave Adroit . . . Apt . . . Alert . . Amiable Laughing .. . Lively... Likeable Basketball I: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4: In- tramurals 2: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4: Bald 5. 43 Music Festival I, 43 Gym Show . ,4. DENNIS G. HOLMES Great golter . . . Great friend Unpredictable . . .Outgoing Interested in liberal arts Tagged Holmsey . . . Quite a dancer Amusing personality . . . Good company Realistic outlook on lite St. Laurence High School, Oaklawn, Illinois: Scicncc Fair I, 2, Intramurals I, 23 Golf I, 2. F.S.H.S.: Golf 3, 4. 1 C -lv v if-4 lg T"-7? RT is-4 -Qt gg' 1' ff' , 5 Y c ff' LOUISE ANN HOWARD Surt's up at Coast Guard Beach Undying love tor music and art Radiant smile . . . Attractive . . . "Weezie" Feminine, tunloving, tull ot talent Imaginative . . . Industrious . . Intelligent Nimble wit . . . Natural . . . Noble Philomath Biography and Verse Com- mittee3 Softball 23 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiects I 2, 33 Musical Comedy 2, 33 A Cappella 33 Glee Club I, 23 Music Festival I, 2, 33 French Club 33 Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee: Pep Squad I, 23 Senior Play. DONALD HUGHES JR. Raring to go . . . Ready tor tun Has varied interests . . . Capable Yards high in ability . . . Adroit Tall... Serious . . . "Unbelievable" High hopes. . . Electrical engineer Music is his pastime ...Guitar Brockport H.S., Brockport, N.Y.: Ger- man Club 2: Radio Club 23 Science Fair 2, Honorable Mention. F.S.H.S.: Science Fair 3, 43 German Club 3, 4. JOSEPH MICHAEL INMAN Sociable . . . Serious . . .Sincere Modern in his ways Obliging . . . Observant . . .Jose Onward to college . . . Success The smile that is always welcome Helpful , . . Hearty . . . Happy outlook Liverpool High School, Liverpool, N.Y.: Hockey I, 23 Intramurals I, 2, 3, GREGORY JOHN IODICE Team spirit undying . . .True triend Athletic . . . Amiable . . . Active Co-captain with Clem . . . College beckons Keeps opponents trom the goal line Littler halt ot the dynamic duo ...Greg Envisions a career as a teacher- coach Football 2, 3, 43 Co-captain 43 Baseball I, 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior grgim Decorating Committeeg Wrestling WENDY SUE IRVING Cute . . . Calm . . . Cool A psychiatrist-to-be Sincere . . . Likes to sew Understanding . . . Usetul talents A pleasant outlook . . . Friendly Likes to be where the action is Business and Advertising Staff 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. SHELLEY R. ISAACSON Bright smile . . . Sunny disposition Eager always to help others . . Sociologist Avid Flyer tan and Rally Rebel . . Shell Unusually inventive and intelligent Territic dresser, dancer and dabbler Young at heart . . . Destined to succeed National Honor Society 3, 43 Philoimath Biography and Verse Committeeg Steering Committee 3, 43 Math Fair 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 47 Mass. Drama Festival3 Variety Show 3, 43 A Cappella 23 Music Festival I, 2: Drama Club I, 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Prom Decorating Committeeg Pep Squad I, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 3, Secretary 33 NMSOT Letter of Com- mendation 43 Senior Play Committee. CYNTHIA ANN JOHNSON Unusually talented . . . "Cindy" Nice . . . Neat . . . Never a dull moment Interests lie in medicine Quiet . . . Quick witted . Bouncy Usually tound with Marilyn Enioys reading and sports Red Cross I, Z3 Candy Sale 33 Pep Squad 2, 3: Science Fair 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2. 3. DAVID I. JOHNSON JR. Favors the wild blue yonder Likes painting and reading You know him as "Davy" Interests in aeronautical engineering Nonchalant . . . Natural . . . Nu- merous likes Good natured . . . Fun-loving Science Fair 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3: Can- dv Sale I, 23 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3. G as QQ! -'7 ff? 'Nq,,-,- fvi .ns- -.al if s ' . 7 Q,- lv 6 x MARILYN L. JOHNSON Casual . . . Carefree . . . Cufe Has many happy memories A truer friend hard 'ro find Takes an acfive inferesf in sporIs Talkafive . . . "Oh, yeah!" Yearns for a nursing career SofIbaII 3, 45 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Can- dv Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 43 G-Iee CIub I3 Music Fesfival I. ROBERTA G. JOHNSON Bobbie . . , BenevoIenI' I . . Beam- ing Efficacious and pIeasinq ways . . . Affracfive Never a melancholy momenf Imparfs happiness wherever she goes Gay . . . Generous . . . Good naiured Narural ways aboui her . . . Secre- 'rary 'ro be Nafick H.S.: Candy Sale lg Library Aide Ig Pep Squad I. F.S.H.S: Philo- mafh Biography and Verse Commifieeg Red Cross 23 Candy Sale 3, 43 Christ- mas Proiecfs 3g Language Laborafory Aide 2. SUSAN LEE JOHNSON Bound for hairdressing school Rosy ouIIooIc . . . "GreaII" Enerqefic . . . EbuIIienI spirif Eager Io pIease . . . One of 'rhe qirIs Zed! sense of humor You Icnow her as Sue Sfudenf Crier Typist I, 37 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Candy SaIe I, 2, 45 Chrisfrnas P'oEe:Is I, 2, 3, 4. FREDERIC ROBERT JONES Nifty , . . IfII'JQ'1'V . , . NaIuraI Irnpregzive . . . Irnaqinafive . . . IIYM KCI-JCI Modern . , . EuII of viIaIiIy . . VIINVI Bob J... I'Jf:vr-r fi duII rnomonf LIIQIIQII- Iwi... L'1u'!hi'1f12pIrII' E'ffr'gf:Iic...Soci1ibIf:...Dynamo Vcv':,1' If G,'cni',Ii'z If Refi Crcis 7 3, Candy Sic I, 2, 33 Chrisfmas Pri. ftIz I 2, 31 Jun or P'onn C"'r'n'!IcC "BeauIiIuI Dreamer ll ' ," 'sl i Io ...ily 3 I s, l . V- 3 . - 'wi-r A x-'C P R 4 "No, pIeaseI Anyfhinq buf 'rhaII" PHILIP Iv1.JONES FriendIy . . . PIeasanI personaIi'ry Inferesfinq . . . Prac+icaI jokes Nice Io Icnow , . , Loyal Iriend Alerf . . . ArniabIe . . . Adroir Sfeady . . .Sincere and reserved Tall and IaIen'red . . . Phil Chrisfmas ProiecIs I, 2, 3, 4. 'Ill III 5 I D Illj NL II- RICHARD J. JONES Radiafes qood will . . . Rarinq To UnIorrgeIIabIe . . . UnprcdicIabIe . . . Unique GenIIe voice . . . Good IooIcs . . Jonesy Gymnasf . . . Dapper dresser . . Dick Easygoing . . . Ener-3eIic . EnICrIainirq Dir!-CI.,.I.IIILIrf?II1bU',II'1CSS FooIbqfI I, 2: Cross Counfry I, 22 Gym- rizf ,Q I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 2, Tennis I 2, 31 InIramuraIs I, 2, 35 Varicfy Show I, 2, 33 Musical Comedy 33 Rifle Club 35 Ski CIub 3, 4, Prcsidcni 45 Red Cross I, 2, 31 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: CI1risImas ProiccIs I, 2, 3. 'Q' .J 'UN l Beautiful Dreamer Outh s seniors in the tace ot defeat. J. CHRISTINE KANE Magic touch . . . Rainbow smile Ever-present laughter . . . Great Loquacious . . . Light manner, deep thought Lively. . . Loyal friend to have Observant . . . Optimistic . Flash Willing to help . . . Winsome ways Red Cross I, 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 37 Glee Club I, 2, 4: Music Festival I, 2. MARLENE S. KATZ Always has the answers . . . Car ot her own Popular with everyone . . . Fun to be with Promising future . . . Great sewer . . . Skiing Enthusiastic supporter ot class ac- tivities Always remembers the tun-tilled summers Lively moods . . . Sprightly mind Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Business and Advertising Staff 43 Philomath Bioge raphy and Verse Committee: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 'Ig .Ski Club 3, 43 Future Teachers Association 3: Junior Prom Committee, Pep Squad 3: International Relations Club 3. STEPHEN KEEFE Having a line time . . . "Because" Always on the go . . . Transfer from Xavier Magnetic smile and personality Likes art and soccer.. .Sincere Energetic . . .Called "ltchi" 'To be or not to be" . . . Drama- tist Xavier H.S., Concord, Mass.: Student Council Ig Basketball Ig Cross Country I: Tennis Ig Soccer, I. F.S.H.S.: Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 47 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 3: Drama Club 43 Junior Prom Corn- rnittee: Soccer 2, 3, 4. JOHN PAUL KELLEY Never tired . . .A triend to all Avid hunter . . . Fisherman, too Thrives on sports . . .Tall and trim Undaunted ...Understanding Races along on water skis Enioys life . . .Talkative Candy Sale I, 27 Red Cross 2. PHILIP lv1.KERNS Known to be caretree . . . Phil Exceptional interest in cars Real world traveler . . . Germany Wyoming Nice smile . . . Nonchalant . . Reserved Specitic desire . . . Draftsman Young in spirit . . . Confidence for the future Science Fair I3 Intramurals Ig Candy Sale I: Christmas Protects 23 Band I. REGINA KNAPP Good-natured. always smiling Enthusiastic . . . Energetic . . . Efficient Nice to know . . . Always a triend to all Interested in becoming a secretary An active member ot Framingham Sportsmen Association Loyal Flyer tan . . . Reggi Science Fair 23 Candy Sale 3, Christ' mas Proiects I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Art Club 4. 'K Q1 T 4 f"" iff' J I LAURENCE F. KOOLKIN Active in clubs . . . Vivant Deep in science . . . Clever Real friend . . . Loyal . . . Worthy Obvious future in electronic en- gineering Interested in math . . . Realistic Talkative . . .Casual . . . Robust Business and Advertising Staff, Co- Chairmari: Science Fair I, 3, 4, Hon' ofable Mention 2, 3rd Prize 3: Math Fair I, 2, 2nd Prize 23 Intramurals lg Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 41 Llbfdfv Aide I, 2, 3, 43 Musical Comedy 2, 3: Band 3, 43 Music Festival 32. Drama Club Ig Math Club I, 2: Spanish Club 2, 4: Junior Prom Decorating Commit- tee: Brass Choir 3, 4: Dance Band -2, 3, 4: I-Iarneroom Representative 31 SCLEFICC Ouiz Team 3, 43 U. S. Army.Na'lI0f1dl Junior Science and Humanities Sym- posium Representative 35 W.P.I. .Re- gional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium 33 Ford F.S.A. Contest, Honorable Mention 3. JACQUELYN MARIE KRESSLER Serene nature . . .Sweet Earnestly awaiting the future Delightful . . . Dependable . . . Destined to do well Ambition . . . To become a hair- dresser Transfer from Peabody . . . Dulcef and demure Even tempered . . . Easygoing Candy Sale 3, 45 Christmas Proiects 3, 4. FRANCES J. LANIGAN Humorous . . . Happyegoslucky Enioys a good laugh . . . Mis- chievous Interested in cars and combos Great in stature and in heart Helpful . . . Sfraightforward Tenor sax . . . Many talents Band I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Proiectshl, 2, 3, 41 Candy Sale l, 2, 41 Senior Play Committee 2. BARBARA LAQUIDARA Gentle vQiCQ and golden heart A white Valiant is where you'll find her lrtcrrrgting conversationalisf . . . Never at a loss for words Each passing day brings new sur- prizes Tall and slrikirg . . . Beautiful smile Ycarn: for secretarial career . .. Bflfb G','l'IB32'i'S l, 21 Rf:ul Cfoss 21 Candy Sale I, 33 Christmas Proiccts 2, 33 Li- laraw Aiflr' 22 Musical COFYICCIY 22 PCD Srzuafl I1 Drama Club 21 Art Club 2. PAMELA JO LAQUIDARA Stars in all musicals . . . Sunshine Interesting . . . Sophistication . . . Beauty Natural ability for music Gracious and gifted Energetic . . . Ethereal . . . Eager to please Resolution: musical education Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 47 Variety Show I, 2, 3: Musical Com- edy I, 2, 3: A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3: Drama Club 4. BARBARA ANN LASCARI Casual humor . . . Lover of life All friendships are golden Natural... Nonchalant ...Neat Dependable . . . Always ready to help Interesting to know . . . Bright smile Delightful . . . Attractive . . . Stylish Marshal 4: Field Hockey I3 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christ- mas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2: Pep Souad I. ELIZABETH ANN LAWRENCE Bookkeeping for Betsie Reserved . . . Relaxed . . . Respon- sible lntelligenl . . . lndusfrious worker Gentle and amiable . . . Enioys singing Hard to forget . . . Easy to know Takes pleasure in sports Glee Club I, 23 Music Festival l, 23 Junior Achievement 4. JOAN MARIE LAWRENCE Worthy of the best in life Attractive . . . Amiable . . . Ad- mired Refined and sophisticated . Subtle wit Mature... Magnetic personality Talented . . . Talkative . . .Terrific Has a unique charm . . . Cheery outlook Holy Cross H.S., Riverside, N.J.: Lit- erary Magazine I. F.S.H.S.: National Honor Society 3, 43 Vice-President 4, Tennis 4: Soltball 33 Christmas Proiects 3. 45 Library Aide 43 Mixed Chorus 4: Junior Prom Dccoratino Committee: In- Lcrnational Relations Club 42 Senior lav. ,A x 7.3 I' , K 7' -1 1 3 A' ll fm. -TN ,s ps '?'N 4' ,,.. . if .haf A Q -S PAUL LEHMANN Amiable . . . A boy of varied in- terests Nice to Irnow . . . Natural Talces life as il' comes . . . Reserved Interested in hunting and fishing Casual ...Carefree ...Candid Success comes through determina- tion Candy Sale I, 2, 3: Rifle Club I, 2. JOHN WILLIAM LEMERISE Knows everyone . . . Class Veep Intends to become a teacher Considerate . . . Concern for the future ' Kiclrs for extra points . . .Jaclr Excels in sports and singing Reliable worlcer . . . Rough and ready Philomath Biography and Verse Corn- mittee: Steering Committee 3, 4: Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I: Baseball I, 2: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Language Labora- tory Aide 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Co-ordi- nator: Class Vice-President 3, 4: Senior Plav Committee. LINDA C. LEVINE Sugar 'n spice and everything nice Pleasant disposition . . . Always smiling lrnpulsive . . . Slcy's the limit Really is a sharp dresser lntends to be an airline stewardess Tallrative . . . Tireless . . .Terrific Philomath Biography and Verse Com- mittee: Candy Sale I, 2 3, 4: Library Aide 2, 3, 4: eiee Club 2, 3: Music Festival 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Pep Squad I, 2: International Relations Club 2, 3, 4: Business and Advertising Staff Stu. dent Crier 4: Senior Play. JOHN PAUL LIBERATORE Resourceful, relaxed, realistic In friendship lies security . . . Lib Desires business school . . . Robust Interested in sports . . . Mischie- vous Nonpareil . . . Neat . . . Nice Geared high for the future Hockey I, 2: Baseball I, 4: Rifle Club I: Indoor Track 4. PRISCILLA N. LITTLE Faithful, funloving and friendly Resolves to return to Europe Always on the go . . .Action Never without a smile or good word Cilla . . .Can tallca blue streak Elementary school teacher Science Fair I, 2: Field Hockey 3, 4: Tennis 3, 4: Intramurals I: Drama Club 2, 3: Debatinq Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: International Rela- tions Club 4: Senior Play. JANET ANN LOGAN Cheerful yesterdays . . . Cheerful tomorrows Aware . . . Quietly intelligent . . . Logie Nonchalant . . . Stands up for what she believes Demure, dulcet. destined to do well Interesting . . . A witty remarl: .. . A quiclc pun Desires the finer things in life Business and Advertising Staff 3: Science Fair 2: Field Hockey 3: Basketball I: Red Cross I: Candy Sale I, 2: Christ- mas Proiects 3: Junior Prom Decorat- ing Committee: Pep Squad I. A. DWIGHT LOPES Lively... Lilceable . . . Laughter Earnest and mature . . . Capable '-Qsrglg Amateur photographer . . . Gre- garious Direction - biochemist . . . "Sure" Enlivens a gathering . . . Puns galore X Researching mind . . . Eager to learn Student Crier, Assistant Editor-in- Chief: Student Council I, 2, 3, 4: Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4: Science Fair 2, 3, Second Prize 2, Second Prize 3, Second Prize Boston Globe Mass. Sci- ence Fair 3: Honorable Mention Wor- cester County Regional Fair 3, Honor- able Mention Ford Future Scientists Competition 3, Worcester Pharmaceuti- cal Award 3: Gymnastics 3, 4, Manager 4: Candy Sale 2, 3: Christmas Proiects 3, 4: Library Aide 4: Variety Show 2, 3: Musical Comedy I, 2, 3: Band I, 2, 4: Music Festival I, 2: Drama Club 4: Math Club I, 4: French Club 3: Latin Club 2, 3: "lt's Academic" Team: NMSOT Letter of Commendation. WILLIAM CHARLES LORING Sure to succeed . . .Wilbur Knavish man of mischief A loyal friend to have Talented center for the Flyers Easygoing . . . Energetic sportsmen Sights set on music and college Football l, 2, 3, 4: Hockey I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2: Glee Club 2: Music Festival I, 2: Junior Prom Decorating Commitv tee: Brass Choir 2, 3. CN A 'Ra asv ,-an Q' Q, .,, H. iw f' I A ' ' 1 I 7 wp Y G? , , -f,4- BARRY LOWE Throws a mean discus Unmatched in size and spirit New phrase- "You know how it goes" Interests in electronics . . . To be a repair man No schematic stumps him Guns and cars keep him occupied Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Protects I, 2, 3, 4. LINDA LEE LYTLE Sensible . . . Sincere . . . Serious Even disposition with a pretty smile Demure and feminine . . . Quiet humor Always of good cheer . . . Spar- kling smile Teaching in her future . . .Thought- ful Excels in Spanish . . . Savoir-Faire Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proi- ects I, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. JANE E. MacKENZIE Carefree . . . Casual . . . Charms Hopes to be a secretary Alert . . . Aspiring . . . Always on the go Talkative . . .Terrific . . . Blue eyes Tried and true friend Yen for a good gabfest Candy Sale 2, 3, 47 Christmas Proiects 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee. DORINE MARIE MAGRINI Beam of life and light Outbursts of energy and fun Understanding . . . Unique Never at a loss for words Carefree . . .Cute . . .Capricious Ycarns for a secretarial career Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2,'3, 4: Christmas Protects I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Committee. RICHARD JAMES MAHER Goes for sports . . . Loyal Flyer fan Enthusiastic . . .,Always of good cheer Never too busy to be a friend Interesting and known by all Amiable . . . Manages the baseball team Likes a career in business or teach- ing Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball Manager 3, 4. MARY P. MAI-IONEY Honest . . . Helpful . . . Heart- warming Obliging . . . Always there to be counted on National Honor Society . . . Beauty plus brains Obiective is teaching . . . Will be a remarkable success Respected by all . . . Rich in in- tegrity ' Sews with a knack . . . Soeiable . . . Sincere National Honor Society 3, 4: Science Fair 2: Math Fair, Honorable Mention 2: Softball 2, 3: Candy Sale I, 2, 4: Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3: Music Festival 3: Future Teachers Association 33 Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Pep Squad I, 2, 37 Interna- tional Relations Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secre- ary . REBECCA LEAH MAN EVITZ Brains and bubbling personality Effervescent spirit, wit, and smiles Cascades of long brown hair . . . Beckie Keenly interested in music. debat- ing, and sewing lntends to specialize in medicine Engages in varied activities National Honor Society 3, 43 Science Fair 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club I: Debat- inq Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 Interna- tional Relations Club 3, 47 Girls' State Representative 3. CORRINE MARY MANNARINO Delightful . . . Delectable . . Demure Earnest . . . Eager . . . "What. what, what?" Soccer forever . . . Ardent sports fan lmpish . . . Twinkle in her eye means mischief at foot Gay . . . Having fun is a must . . . Radiant princess Needless to say a whiz at sewing ... Fashion designer Philomath Biography and Verse Com- mittccg Science Fair 25 Softball 25 Can- dy Salc I, 3g Christmas Proiccts I, 2, 3: Junior Prom Decorating Committee 32 International Relations Club 3. 4 ls . . Q-Q PAMELA KAY MANSFI ELD Always on lhe go . . . Abounding energy Cule and peiiie . . . Good lhings come in small packages Teaching as her goal in liie . . Pam lnduslrious . . . lnlelligeni . . . ln- volved in many aclivilies Vim and vigor . . . Wafer skiing is her favorile Eager sporis enihusiasl . . . Ear- nesl supporier of F.S.l-l.S. Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 43 Spanish Club 33 Junior Prom Decorating CommiHee3 lnlernahonal Relalions Club 3: Lalin Club 2,1 33 Home Room Represeniafive 3, 43 Varieiy Show 4. MARY E. MARQU ES Princess . . . Popular . . . Prelly Radianl smile . . . Happy dispo- siiion Eleganl' in all ways True 'friend . . . Trusiworlhy Truly one oi ihe girls Yearns for Porlugal Red Cross l, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Mass. Drama Fesfival 43 Drama Club 42 Junior Prom Decoraling Commifleep Business and Adverlising Slaff 43 Sen- ior Play. ALAN P. MARSHALL Relaxed . . . Reliable . . . Respon- sible Enioys bearing lhe skins . . . Good drummer Came from Greenwich . . . Broughl all his cars Excels in everylhing he allempls Nonchalanl' . . . Unruiiled air aboul him Talenied . . . l-las sighis ser on be- coming a lawyer Greenwich H.S., Greenwich, Conn.: Track 3: lnlramurals 2, 33 Drama Club 3. F,S.H.S.: Candy Sale 4. ROBERT MARTELL Calculaling mind . . . Wil and wis- dom Lends a helping hand . . . Loyal 'ro lhe cause Emphasis on endeavor... Excels Vim and vigor . . . Versaiile . . . Varied inleresis Energy abounds . . . Enlhusiasiic . . . Bob Reliable worker . . . Serious and sincere Philomaih Assisianl Piciure Edilor3 Sleering Commiilee 3, 43 Science Fair 2. 3: Malh Fair 23 Soccer 43 Track 33 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Audio Visual Aide 33 Chrislmas Proiecls 33 Library Aide 3, 4: Junior Prom Commilleeg Home Room Represenlalive 3, 4. STANLEY MARTIN Sincere . . . Renewed . . . Sian Pisions . . . Cylinders . . . Spark plugs Agreeable and easygoing Raies high wiih his friends Keen inleresi in cars... Barney Yearns for a career in draiiing NANCY JEAN MARTINEZ Sparkling spiril . . . Snappy wil' Oh, 'rhal Chevy! . . . Known as Sam Cheerful . . . Casual . . .Candid lnieciious laughler . . . lnleresiing personaliiy Always ready 'ro help . . . True friend Loves all sporls . . . Likeable Science Fair 23 Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 Baskerball 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Soffball 2, 3, 4, Capfain 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candv Sale 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proi- ecls l, 2, 3, 43 Fufure Teachers Asso- cialion 43 Pep Squad l, 2, KAREN ANN MARTINO Amiable . . . Aiiable . . . Loves fun Mirlhiul . . . Merry. .. Gay Uliimale goal: secrelary Sparkling personalily and smile Easy lo like . . .Tino Sociable . . . Sunny ...Sincere Red Cross I3 Candy Sale 43 Christmas Proiecis I, 4g Pep Squad I, 23 Junior Prom Decoralinq Comrniflee. VICTOR J. MASCIARELLI Sense oi humor . . . Drives his "Caddie" Knack for making friends lnleresied in sporls Plans io be a ie-welry designer Pranksier . . . Always lalking Yearns lo please Science Fair 23 Candy Sale 2, 33 Li- brary Aide lg Variely Show 3: Rifle Club 2. I . I ff, '-A 1?-D v. Q 1'---,, v- 'X -0' JOHN P. MATIAS Law is his goal . . . Good Ioolrs Always with the boys . . . Likes pool Worthy . . . Amusing . . . Well- intormed Yen tor living . . . Hardy . Youthtul Easygoing , . . Wins favor with all Rugged . . . Robust . . . Rambunc- tious Gymnastics Ig Intramurals lg Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3,141 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Achievement 3. THOMAS McGREAL Sincere . . . Studious . . . Sports tan Mannerly . . . Methodical . Musing Import from Marian Leans toward a business career Everlasting friend . . .Tom Sees the importance ot education Marian H.S.: Baseball I, 2, 3. F.S.H.S.: Intramurals 3: Christmas Proiects 4. TW .047 .: I if ff' I 7' FRANCIS J. .-T , . , ,,,. , ' it MAZZARELLA ,S , A943 1, I, Congenial . . , Easy to get along 3 A" " ii' ...gg N' i 'A i with -A 5' :il x - Oh, that white Corvair ' ' i. v g . -,,':i'g Mischievous air. . . Even disposition I 0 ,I 'ii ' , "X Enjoys lite to the tullest A gb I ' , pi a Dependable . . . lndustrious ' I ii f ' . ll 'tix 'gg' ' ' I You Icnow him as Maz l ' I .. ' D l 'I r A . 'L s s ' -' F., 5 I ROBERTA J. MAZZUCHELLI Bright , . , A'ive . . . Full ot lite Is willing to malre triends Records, clothes and archery are among her Iilces Delighttul sense ot humor Interested in becoming a stewardess Enthusiastic Flyer supporter Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2: Drama Club 3. KAREN ANN McCLELLAN Mi',ch'euous . . . Magnetic Oretime northerner . . . True Ciulherner Deztinfid lor college . . . Success Errol: i' many tields . . . IC Rf-lf-ctlezz school spirit . . . Flyers fffr-'nfl I, ,y.i. Nice ", Irena . , , Natural Qqmiiif- Fi" I- Math Fair 2, Ret Cross I, 2 3 4, Canrlv Sale I, 2 3, 41 Field It',fLf4,i I 2, Soitba'l I 23 Christmas Ping'-i". I, 2, 3, 43 Lanrguaqc Labora- 'nw Aftf- I, 7i A Cappella I, 2, 33 Sf :rich C'uI1 2, Pcri Snead I, 2 3. s , ..- .'. -a ff- , y r- ' '...-if ff "'l s I -I 4' ,,,i Nxt f N-1 - 19 Ma says you've gotta come home now! JUDITH BERYL McKINSTRY Amiable . . . Artful . . . Ambitious Charming ... Kind . . . Considerate Trustworthy . . .True friend Interested in people, music. business Vivacious . . . Venturesomo . . . "Unbelicvablel" Eager to engage in English National Honor Society 3, 43 Philotrnath Biography and Verse Committee: Science Fair 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41. Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Protects I, 2, 3, 43 Library Aide 4: Musical Com- cdv 33 Junior Prom Dccoratinq Corn- mitoccg Pcp Squad I, 23 International Relations Club 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. K. .1 S? BETSY tv1cLAUGHLlN Excels in all she tries A career in commercial art Serene . . . Sweet. . . Smiling Energetic worker. . . Helpful Likes to draw and paint Spirited tan ot all sports Science Fair 23 Field Hockey 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 43 Junior Prom Decorating Committee. r. ix iv N if . A-X "Fillet ot tenny snake, in the cauldron boil and bake: Eye ot newt and toe ot trog . . . " PAUL ALDEN Iv1cLELLAN Creative mind . . . Sensational ability Laughing . . . Learning . . . Living Enioys guns, Celtics and Junior Achieve- ment Versatile... Mr. Music Man Eager to pursue meteorology . . . Shake- speare enthusiast Reliable and conscientious worker Student Crier Business and Advertising Stair 43 Science Fair 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Language Lab- oratory Aide 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Rifle Club I, 23 Pep Squad 2, 33 Junior Achievement 3, 4, R.O.J.A.C. Delegate 3. J. BRIAN Mctv1ANUS Liked by everyone . . . Friendly lngenious ideas easily at hand Versatile . . . Interested in the Navy Exciting . . . Adventuresome . . . Spirited Likes music and swimming Youth will last a Iitetime . . Brian LINDA MELVIN Clothes . . . Smart dresser . . .Casual A blend ot sweetness and shyness . . . "IvIelv" Never without a smile . . . A valued friend Dances . . . Fun . . . "Yea, sure you do!" On her way to success Radiant personality . . . Eu- ture accountant Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2. 31 Music Festival 2, 33 Pep Squad I, 2. RICHARD JOSEPH MERUSI Partial to sports . . . I-lockey Looks tor excitement and tun Amiable, alert, and athIeIiC College-bound . . . Casual and liked by all ls known as Magoo . . . Ac- tive mind Definitely one ot the boys . . Popular Hockey I, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball In- tramurals 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 2, 3. 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Dec- orating Committee. KENT DAVID MILLER All roads lead to lasting tun Calm . . .Cool . . . Con- scientious Top-notch teacher some day Image ot gymnastic ability Very often seen with Brian and Ed Easily reveals a sincere smile Business and Advertising Staff 43 Steering Committee 3, 43 Ciyr-mas tics I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3 Christmas Proiccts I 2, 3, 4. t-R '95 1,1 4. .4g I b I I J 9 . 4 I I I Il I Q 4 7 1 U 1 I I X, RAYMOND E. MILLER Ready fo be of assisfance Urruffled air . . . Ray Genuine and loyal friend Generous fo fhe cause Earnesf . . . Mafure . . . Enfhusiasfic Desfined lo do well SUSAN ANNE MILLER Preffy . . . Pleasing . . . Greaf personalify Opfimisfic . . . Acfive . . . Arniable lmpressively cheerful oufloolc . . . lnferesring Sensible and sincere . . . Sophisfi- cafed Enioys a good fime wifh friends Desfined fo be a nurse . . .Sue Sfudenf Crier 45 Philomafh Biography and Verse Commilleei Business and Rdverfising Staff 3, 4: Science Fair 2: Red Cross I, 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 43 Variefy Show 43 Drama Club 45 Lafin Club 3, 43 Junior Prom Decorafing Commiffee: Pep Squad I, 2, 31 lnfernafional Rela- 'rions Club 3. CARL EDWARD MINEZZI Daunfless . . . Dignified . . . Easy- going Ad libs . . Amuses . . . Arnbles Plans fo go info fhe service . . . lvlinel Ponders over many Things Energefic . . , Enfhusiasfic Reliable . . . Sincere . . . Jaunfy Baseball I. JO-ANNA lvl. MORAWSKI Compalible . . . Cheerful . . , Can- did Lalin forever . , . Long live Balmer and Inglis En-':rge1ic...Laudable...Nafural Vibranl . . . Congenial ways . . . Vivacious Effflrvescenf . . , Enlhusiasfic aboul hizlory R,,,,1g,igC , , , Kind.lwaar+ed . . . L.,,,I Philgmglh Biography and VCVSC COmrT'lll- If-C3 Sollbnll 41 Red Cross I, 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Chrislmas Prol- mh, I, 2, 3 41 Library Aide 43 PCD Sfmulvl I, 2 32 Lalin Club 2, 4. MARY C. MOREAU Specializes in humor . . . Wiffy . . . "Moroo" Plans fo become a hairdresser . . . Success is cerfain Applies herself fo sifuafion af hand . . . Undersfanding Ranks high wifh her fellow school- mafes Kindness is her virfue . . . Happi- ness her desfiny Yearns for excifemenf . . . Sure fo find if! Candy Sale I, 23 Glee Club 25 Music Fesfival 2: Pep Squad I, 2, 3. JAN V. MORRIS Jager . . . Adroif wifh guns Alias Mouse . . . Alerf . . . Acfiye Undying inferesf in cars Nafural . . . Nimble . . . Nice fo lrnow Tends 'lo be serious... Sincere Yonder lies success . . . Sfafe Police Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4. KEVIN JOHN MORRISON Sociable . . . Sincere . . . Sensible The man for The business world Always fhere . . . Loyal friend Medifafive buf nof shy . . . Mouse Purposeful person . . . Sure 'Io suc- ceed Sfamp collecfor . . . Varied in- feresfs Golf 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 31 Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Language Laborafory Aide 4. JANET MARGARET MULLEN Arl feacher . . . Always moving Roguish smile and laugh Talenf for enioying life lmaginalion plus . . . Good hu- morod Sculplure and painling among hor inleresls True and lrind friend always Sludenl Crier 3, 4, Feature Co-Edifor 45 Philomalh, Ar? Edilorg Red Cross I, 2, 3. 41 Candy Salc I, 2, 3, 41 MUSIC-Bl Comedy l, 23 Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Art Club Ig Junior Prom Decoral- inq Cornmiflceg Place Award, Boslon Globe Arr Fair 3. Q 1. .1 j 'T' DARLENE ANN MUNSON Sweel and sincere . . . Sociable Perl . . . Pelile . . . Poised lnlreresled in lhe finer lhings Relaxed . . . "Are you kidding?" Inexhauslible vim and vigor Tried and Irue friend . . . Tallcaiive Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH A. MUSGRAVE Lively. . . Energeiics. . . lnleresiing Are you serious? . . . One of lhe boys Usually where lhe fun is Gels along well wifh everyone Has a nice smile... Easygoing Sincere . . . Sporly . . . "Muslcy" Foofball I, 23 Baskelball 2, 45 Track 2: Inlramurals 2: Golf I, 2, 33 Candy Sale I. LOUIS F. MUSTONE Sings... Plays guilar, foo Tall . . . Tallcafive . . . Traclc man Rillery appeals... "Hey, look!" Usually smiling . . . Ariisiic Means 'ro become a denlisl School spirii . . . Enioys sporls Science Fair 23 Track 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 23 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club I, 2. DIANNA LEE NADEAU Sweel. . .Sincere . . .Serene Enioys coolcing . . . "UnbelievableI Winning smile... Dee Inferesled in lraveling Nalural genialily . . . Nice lo Icnow Gay...Onlhego...Busy Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2. 3. 41 Library Aide I, 2, 3, 41 Musical Com- edy 2, 3, 43 A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Music Feslival I, 2, 3. PETER JOI-IN NARDINI Tried and 'rrue friend . . . Though?- ful Reserved . . . Reliable . . . Realislic Uniquely nice... Nimble gymnasl Sincere and serious sludenl Tranquil mind . . . Nard Yearns for Ihe luiure . . . Success Gymnaslics 3, 4, Track 2. RONALD J. R. NATALE Rugged . . . Vibranl personaliiy . . lnduslrious Associaled wilh Mililary Alliliaie Radio Syslem Diligenl. . .Generous . . .Affable Inieresied in waler sporls . . . Tallcalive Obliging ...Benign ... Unique Sincere . . . Eleclrical engineering in his fuiure Science Fair 3, 41 Honorable Menlion 3. MARK LEONARD NEEDLEMAN People are his lascinalion Eager smile... Enlhusiaslic ediior of lhe Crier 'Oh, really?" . . lnieresled in iournalism Psychologisl lo be . . . Aciive mind Loping slride . . . Loquacious rnan- ner Enioys performing, on or off slage Sfudenf Crier 2, 3, 43 News Edifor 2, Assislanl Edilor-insChief 3. EdiIor-in- Chief 43 Science Fair 2, 3, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrislmas Proiecls 3, 4: Language Laboralory Aide I, 2, 3, 43 Library Aide 43 Musical Comedy I, 2, 33 Band I, 2, 35 Music Feslival I, 2, 31 Drama Club I, 2, 43 Spanish Club 45 Junior Prom Cornmifleef Senior Play Commillee. CI-IRISTINE M. NEMET Perl . . . Peppy . . . Pelile Only happiness and lun lnleresfed in a career in dala proc- essing Sewing enlhusiasl . . . Slcilllul Enioys lallcing . . . Lighlhearled Droll sense ol humor Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale Ig Chrislrnas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorating Commirreeq Home Economics Club 3. in W 5, r--L , rv , 1 ' I ,anal .June along aims nan Y lolnzsflj "F D'-' :lax :zu-,,'.9,Sq , ,gixi 'llg,,asu,',' I I 1-psi' ' W l.l nan' s',' I' ,Sli .1 Q Q' I . Ag!!! Q ssittni . . 3,04 imzbutt , ' I l 'I' li 'ics' ,,.lI"s ul' I " Os 5 f gll"x ,UI A .1 gxi jg-fir i as-,,,X 4 ,, r X "'? ,. f5?,w .4 v .13 Q. fx .0 'K .. I ' 5 13' x I. 'iff 1 ii., f I ' -1 ' -.H -- -.r Q ' pp . ILKYLVQK.. L. . J' I 127' 75: If Q . ggf' ,, M film . 9 4 ,lr ,. ,, ,, .. .rr- ".l'. -rv'-3--I "?:'f'.'2-"f'4::r :i.":f--qrwfm' I -"nv Q:gQ,g,':g:.:... 1 -phi, .lv ,,.-...W 1 .',- .' un..- -1' A sh".-" ...- . ., W... . ,.. ., ,.,.-... . - -.,-.I-.'-5-.iw ,.... ' ' tg-1-,:5'-':.-1-'af' I? Sli 1: -' 72 g T ffpn ' bv RONALD PAUL NICHOL Versatile . . .Very personable Amusing are his antics Robust, rugged and regaling Intent on business Enthusiastic. . . Sure to succeed Dapper. . . Dauntless... Daring Art Club 4. GORDON NICHOLS Genuinely kind . . . Good natured Enjoys tun and relaxation Natural with cars . . . Niclc Independent . . . Interesting . .. Individual Always humorous and contented Lilxeable. .. Lean... Lanlcy Football I3,Soccer 2, 3. JOHN ALBERT NORTON Fun-loving ...One ot the guys Reservoir ot laughs . . . Nort Interested in cars.. . Owns a Chevy Even disposition . . . Happy-go- lucky Naturally triendly . . . Nice to know Down to earth and genuine Basketball I, 23 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE LEA NYE Clothes are her specialty. . . Neat Always smiling ...Seldom sad Naturally amiable . . . Never at a loss tor words Dxarffz to be different . . . Individual lnterr-:tr-d in the Flyers ...Spirited supporter Dr-ntinr-d to be I1 private secretary Rel Cross 2, 35 Cancly.SaIv 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiccts 33 Junior Prom Dec- orating C0mmittcc3 Science Fair, Hon owble Mention 2, JOANNE E. ODABACHI Happy . . .Candid . . .Jo Outbursts ot energy and fun Naturally sweet and shy . . . Nice to lcriow On the Honor Society . . .Able . . . Realistic Reliable.. . Lilces reading, sports. and music Serious scholar... Nursing is her goal Student Crier Typist 43 Science Fair 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2. 33 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Decorating Committee3 International Relations Club 43 Latin Club I, 2, 33 National Honor Society . 4. BRUCE C. OLIVER Teaching in his future Emigrated from Syracuse Netted a tennis letter Nice to be with . . . Understanding Interests in sports . . . Impressive serve Sincere . . . Shy . . . Serious glenniger H.S., Syracuse, N.Y.: Tennis DEBORAH HOPE OLIVER Sincere . . .A true triend . . . Warmth Merry . . . Mirthtul . . . Mighty Interests in many fields Lilies to be with friends . . . Loyal Enthusiastic. . . Energetic . ,. Lively Secretary: planned career Red Cross 33 Christmas Proiects I, 2 3, 4. GERALDINE M. ORSER Gerry . . . Has a little brown Tornado Etticient BYF president. . . Friendly Naturally sweet and sincere . . . Ger Interested in art, music and sports Amiable . . .Aims to be a teacher Lovely and lighthearted Candy Sale I, 2, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee: International Relations Club. fx Q5 wx -ann.. if P95 1 .415- AN ig-'S X E HALUK OZEMEK Thinks highly of F.S.l-'l.S .... Friend to all Unpredictable, unique, undaunted Rare qualities ot warmth and sin- cerity Kismet To succeed in lite Excels in many things . . . Ene gineering his goal Yeah soccer , . . lnvaluable player Student Council 43 Soccer 43 Library Aide 43 Foreign Exchange Student 43 Collectors Club 4. JOSEPH JOHN PALMA A gentleman in every sense of the word Takes lite easy . . . Sports and fun Tallies high with his friends Impressive . . . Conscientious worker Ready, willing. and able sportsman Entering the future confidently Steering Committee 43 Marshal 3, 4, Captain 43 Student Council 43 Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3 Senior Play Commit- fee, Home Room Representative 4. CYNTHIA LOUISE PARIS Worries are few . . . Loves good times . . . Cindy Ready for fun . . . Vivacious Interesting to know . . . "Oh, cer- tainly" Talented . . . Capable . . . Variety show enthusiast Energy plus . . . Cute . . . Dimples Radiant personality . . . Happiness is her future Girls Track 23 Red Cross I, 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 23 Christmas Proiects 2, 33 Variety Show 23 Pep Squad I. DALE PATTERSON Favors cars and fun Reserved . . . Congenial . . . Casual Interests are varied Earnest and sincere . . . Dale Never a dull moment Droll sense of humor Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 23 Christmas Projects I, 2. NANCY E. PAULL Carefree . . . Cute . . . Capricious Happiness abounds . . . "That's close." A friendly girl with a winning smile Rainbow of fashions . . . ln vogue Matchless personality . . , Vivacious Success is her future . . . Nance Philomath Biography and Verse Com- mittee, Co-Editorg Steering Committee 3, 43 Marshal 33 Student Council 43 Science Fair I, 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 3, 43 Variety Show 43 Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee3 Pep Squad l, 23 Senior Play Committee. JOANNE MARIE PAVIA Sparkling smile . . . Bright eyes Patient . . . Pretty . . . Petite Individual will and resolution Remembered for her great support . . . "Yeah, team Interesting personality . . . Sweet and sincere True friend . . . To succeed is in- evitable Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Captain 43 Marshal 43 Steering Committee 3, 43 Student Council 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christ- mas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Music Festival 23 Variety Show 43 Senior Play Committee. RONALD J. PEREIRA Smiles for everyone Participates in all sports "Oh, You're got to be kidding!" Ready for a good time . . . Ron Teaching is his ambition Seniors forever! Football I, 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 23 Track I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 3, 43 Indoor Track 4. BERNADETTE PERRAIJ LT A compromise between two con- tinents Cultured . . . Casual . . . Ouiet Could Open the world with her smile Exactly French with a touch ot American Nothing trifling bothers "Bernie" Talent tor languages . . . Inter preter Candy Sale 43 French Club 4. If . --Q '82 , I fix. .5 7-L .J X iii! if I . 3 .11-,x 4, " I Ll ANN IRENE PETRONE Goes along wifh lhe girls Easygoing . . . Eager lo help Never loo busy Io be a friend lnferesled in being a secrelary Alerl and very underslanding . . Ann Lilceable . . . Gentle . . . Genial Red Cross 3: Candy Sale I, 2, 3: Chris?- mas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club I: Pep Squad lg Home Economics Club 2: Senior Play. SUSAN LEE POLLARD Sincere . . .Serene . . . Sue Many friends has she lnifialive . . . lmpelus . . . ln- 'ruilive Laughing, lilceable, loquacious Excels in fun and merrimenl Sleady worker . . . Solid friend Chrislmas ProlSCiS I. 2. 3. 42 CandY Sale I, 23 Red Cross 3. DONNA R. PORT Sincere . . . Sophislicaled . . . Sparkles One of The crowd . . . "I-low aboul IhaI!" Casual . . . Career in hairdressing lnleresling . . . lmaginalive . . . lndependenl Always knows how lo have fun Loves life . . . Leads an inleresling one . . .Will go lar Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrislmas Prpl' eds I, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 4: Junior Prom Decorplinq Comrnilleel Pep Squad I, 2. ANN HAMILTON POTTER Emphasis on endeavor . . . Emissary oi lrnowledqo Sparkling eyes. sparkling smile . . Sincere Poisc and dignily are hers . . . Penny Reliable and Ihoughllul . . . Music lover Inlereclcd in leaching English . . "Pi'ihIl" Tnlf-r-Infl , . . Dfmlincd Io succeed Ilalbml Honor Sociclq, Corresponding Sgqrglgrf 43 Slcerinq Comrnillce 3, 41 UNM Ii' 7' C'iria'rvins Pr0l""iS 2, 31 M1z'al Cornvflv 2, 35 Glce Club I, 2, I- A Crurinf-"ru 33 Music Fcslival I, 2, Z3 Jrn'or Prorn Commiilccj Inlcrna- Iffmi' Pr"aIicns Club 2, 3: 43 Sopho- more Rcr,H'3nnInli'.'r' 2, Sccirclary 3, P 'I 4 ff, , DIANE ELAINE PRINCE Poised figure slcafer Lilceable . . . Laudable ...Leader A loyal friend . . . Genial Cheerful . . .Charming . . . Chipper Impressive . . . lnleresling 'ro lcnow Di . . . Medical Iechnology . . . "You don"f say!" Philomafh Biography and Verse Com- mlllee 43 Science Fair 2, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 47 Candy Sale 43 Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 41 Band I, 2, 33 Music Fesfival I, 2, 3: French Club 4, Spanish Club 4: Secrelary 4. PDIQ DAVID J. PUGLISI Unusual . . . Unique laugh Niclrname is "Pug" lnlereslred in foolball Quile unpredicrable Underslanding . . . Genial Even Iempered . . . Easygoing Basketball I. I" 1' 14... We musl prepare Io gel ahead. l'XlUDt sucone ' gfowsugl' - , UL 0 I Ki MICHAEL ALLEN QUINLAN Melhodical mind . . . Malhemalical whiz Accumulales money. . . Allruislic Slimulaling mincl . . . Serious and sincere Travels lo Maine . . . Thoughlful Even disposilion . . . Earnesl Resourcelul 'rhinlcer . . . Avid reader science Fair 2: Mem Fair 'zg Track I, 2: Soccer 3, 4: Debaling Club 2, 3, 4. STEVE WILSON RAM PLEY Pensive . . .Wise and willy Serious . . .Science is his specially Yonder lies psychology . . . Sure success, Casual . . .Tall and lalenled Hails from Texas . . .Tully Energelic . . . Enlhusiaslic Science Fair I, 2, 3, 4: First Prize 3: Senior Play 4: Band I: Science Quiz Team 3, 4. Alas poor Yoriclc I knew him, I-Ioralio." ELEANOR RICE RANDALL Pursues a silualion wifh an open mind Organized 'rhoughls and aclions lnleresled in people, polilics, and skiing Sociable . . . Sincere . . . Sophisli- caled Eager . . . Enlhusiaslic . . . Enioys lhe company of friends Devoled worlcer . . . Diligenf Dee- Dee Nalional Honor Sociefv 3, 4: Sleering Committee 4: Science Fair 2: Red Cross 3: Candy Sale I, 3, 4: Chrislmas Proi- ecfs I, 33 Library Aide I, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Drama Club 2: Ski Club 3: Junior Prom Commiflee: lnfernalional Relalions Club 3, 4. LINDSEY RANSOM Bouncy, brown-eyed brunerfe Agile . . . Aclive . . . Ambirious Lillie Lin . . . Lively . . . Loyal friend Ladder lo success . . . Dancer Enlerlained by a radio Talenl . . . Ballel in Boslon Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. PAMELA SUE REINAP Genlle . . . Gabby . . . Pam Always a good word for everyone lnleresled in archery and surfing Excels in lun and merrimenl' Typical . . . Taclful . . . Trulhlul Yearns for a nursing career Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2. ROBERT L. REINI-IARDT Dependable, pacific, and obliging Enlering Ihe service is his goal Moslly quiel and reserved Underslanding and nice Reliable, realislic, ready Earnesl and easygoing l 'Us Q 9 E - . ...-Q., rf X , .. .., ,. H. DENNIS RENZI Determination . . . Ambition Eager . . . Enthusiastic . . . Ener- getic Never without a lriendly "Hi" Nice to know ...' tAre you serious? If-tends to be an automotive en- qineer Savant in music . . . Clarinet Candy Sale 43 Christmas Projects I, 2, 3, 43 Language Laboratory Aide 43 Musical Comedy 2, 33 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 3, 43 Spanish Club Treasurer 43 Ski Club 33 Junior Prom Decorating Cornmittee3 Junior Achievement 33 Senior Play Com- mittee. CYNTHIA L. REYNOLDS Sun . . .Water . .. Sand Interesting . . . l.B,Iv1. enthusiast Likeable . . . Lighthearted Cindy Energetic . . . Enioys sports, tele- vision and movies Never a dull moment . . . Summers at Nantucket Tactlul . . .Talented . . .Tall Softball 23 Tennis 23 Red Cross I3 Candy Sale I, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Junior Prom Decorating Com- mittee3 Pep Squad 3. GILBERT K. RICHARD Sharp dresser . . . Swift sense of humor Energetic sports enthusiast . Gibby Drums are his specialty Always seen in a '57 Chevy Talented band player Expects to become a drattsman Band I, 2, 3. ADRIENNE RICHWEIN Sincerity and thoughtlulness Earnest and easygoinq Reserved Refined Realistic Even disposition with tranquil mind Nonchulant Never tires of peo- Elo Easy smile means a happy heart Candy Sale I, Z, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. ANNE CHARLOTTE ROBERTSON Psychology . . . Piano . . . People On time, Never . . . Always ready to help Earnest in everything . . . Enioys life Thoughtful and sincere . . . Candid Reasoning is the key to all Yearns for a career in the literary field National Honor Society 33 Student Crier Staff 2, 33 Philomath Staff, Features3 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proi' ects I, 2, 3, 43 Library Aide 2, 33 Musical Comedy 2, 33 Music Festival 32 Drama Club I, 2, 33 French Club 2. 32 ColIector's Club 3, 43 International Relations Club 3, 43 American Field Service Representative 43 Math Fair 23 Science Fair, Honorable Mention 23 NMSOT Semi-Finalist3 Senior Play. MARK GRAHAM RODIN Yearns for college lite . . . Success in the stars Education his first choice . . . Me- teoroloqy Understanding in the sciences Dependable . . . An asset to the school Indispensable to the track team Everything he studies. he uses Science Fair 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Library Aide I, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 43 Indoor Track 2, 3, 43 Spring Track 4. JO-ANN LEE ROLLS Little Jo" . . . Short, cute, and sweet Interesting. unique personality . . . Inquisitive Twirling . . . The smile that is al- ways welcome Those brown eyes and flashing smile ... Unpredictable Loyal classmate . . . Sincere . . Personality plus Easy going . . . Happy heart . . . "Would you believe?I" Maiorette 3, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival I, 23 Pep Squad I, 23 Student Crier I, 2. BURTON MERRILL ROSS Worldly . . . Witty . . . Wise On the beat . . . Sports enthusiast Ready . . . Willinq . . . Able Tries hard . . . Success will come. Humorous . . . Honest . . . Helplul Yearns lor a music career Christmas Proiccts I, 2, 3, 43 Musical Comedy I, 2, 33 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Or- chestra I, 2, 3, 43 Boys Glee Club 23 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Stage Band I, 2, 3, 43 Clarinet Quartet 2, 3, 43 Northeastern District Music Educators Band 3, 4. Qtr 'UW C- Q., 'fx ' fs- T im g , J s L Don'f go . .. ,. tam Please come back! WILLIAM J. SUAREZ Music. . . Dancing ...Cars Overflowing school spirif Trips fo fhe Posf Office on Fridays On fhe go and in fhe know Road racing is a favorife . . . Bill Sees accounfing as his career lnframurals 3, 4: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proi- ecfs l, 2, 3, 41 Rifle Club 2. CSAIL KATI-IRYN SULLIVAN Bubbly, bouncy personalify . . .Sully Efernally brighf . . . Energefic Acfive . . . Affracfive . . . Home- coming princess Unique charm . . . Vivacious Tasfefully fashionable . . . Liked by all Yearns fo be an airline sfewardess Business and Advertising Sfaff 4, Philo- mafh Biography and Verse Commiffeeg Field Hockey 2, 3, 43 Softball 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 41 Christmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4, Language Laborafory Aide 23 Library Aide Ig Mass. Drama Fesfival 43 Variely Shpw 4: Drama Club, Secrefary 43 Junior Prom Decorafing Commilfeeg Pep Squad I, 2, 37 Infernafional Relafions Club 3. S STUDY, Sfudy, sfudy . . . zzzzzzzz MICHAEL SULLIVAN Collecfor of World War ll me- menfos Obliging . . . Soccer and swimming enfhusiasf Mike . . . Mililary minded . . . Ivlirfhful manner Brighl . . . "Don'f worry abouf if!" Aspires fo become rich enough nof fo work Transfer from Marian I-Iigh School Marian H.S.: Baskelball I. F.S.H.S.: lnlramurals 3, 47 Soccer 3, 45 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4: Chrisfmas Proiecfs 2, 3, 43 German Club 33 Wreslling 3. KIMBERLY JANE SUMMERS True friend fo all .. . Kim Energefic . . . Always ready for a good fime Neyer seen wifhouf a smile Nonchalanf . . . Nafural . . . Nice Inferesfed in physical fherapy Spirif . . . Capfain of fhe fennis feam Sfeerinq Commiffee 3, 4, Marshal 3, 43 Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Capfain 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 47 Chrisf- mas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4g Library Aide 3, 4: Musical Comedy 31 Pep Squad 2, 3: Homeroom Represenlafive 2, 3, 4, BRADFORD C. SU RNER Harmony in song and friendship Endless humor, . .Chirping birds An incredulous appefife Ready fo enferfain always Terrific conversafionalisf . "Whaf can I say?" Yen for college life . . . Brad Band I1 G-lee Club 21 Variefy Show 2, 3: A Cappella I, 2, 3, 41 Musical Come edy 2, 3. CARL ENGDI-IAL SVENSON Smiles are always presenf around him Worfhwhile proiecls suif his sfrenglh Enioys bowling with his friends Dependable worker . . . "Are you for real?" Energefic . . .Genuine . .. Olee Never sfops sfriving for success. Baskefball Ig Red Cross I, 2, 3, 'VN " an dl" WY 'w . J Q 41 L YM "Q . 'Y' 1 5-f' ....-r" .-,Y 5, .YV v. J A I 'S' .r Hr I 1' fi D JAMES ALBERT TAYLOR Jok"'g ... Humor... Fan Urbridled enthusiasm . , . "Unbe- lievablel" Natural athlete . . . Hockey , , , Baseball, tootball Gym teacher . . . Good looks and charm Light road is the right road Everyone is his triend . . . Tamba Homeroont ReDresentative 43 Football l. 2. 3. 'li Hockey I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chdstmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. ROSEANN TERASCONI Sirger . . . Perennial glee club member Plans to be a hairdresser Enioys eating and talking Casual . . . Cheertul . . .Candid Known tor her sense ot humor. . "Neat-Ol" Sure, they really call her "Specks" Candy Sale I 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad I, Z. MICHELLE M. THERIAULT Easygoing . . . Chatty . . . Sociable Nice to krow . . . Helptul always Energetic rind enthusiastic . . . Vi- braot Real tus lower ,,.' 'Oh, no!" Going to become a secretary You kriw her as a loyal triend Field Hockey I3 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proi- e:ts I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Souad I, 4. LINDA E. THOMPSON A its at msdr-rn dancing ...Call tw r L,'i CF' rr,' . . , Casual . . . Chipper Trfif, r ii ,m Pfmbfrton lrnprf' I. , . . Kind-hr-artcd . . 7"i,, Vilyr wt , . . iliir- lv know E"l.':'7', . . , llflriul , . lyk--.ilylff Prgr'.lm'tr,n I-t,S,, N.J.Z Ritlc Club lj I,t.rf,- tJu'2f". C'uI- Z3 Rfffl Cross 23 Chr'3"":c Proifxts I, 2. F.S.H,S.2 Sci- .-qfa If 33 G,"'n.y,tir', 43 Candy Sale 31 L':Vl'l11f1': Laboratory Aide 43 Drama "ii 4 I'.'f"ni'fi.r 1' Pr'i'ions Club 3 JEAN THORELL Talented artist... Quick wit You know she'll succeed Peppy . . . Endless energy lntends to be an executive secretary Speedy typist . . . Sincere triend The best at sewing Student Crier Typist 33 Red Cross I, 2, 3. 42 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Protects I, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK EDWARD TIGUE Serious minded . . . Sincere Plans tc become a history teacher Obliging . . . Optimistic . . Outdoorsman Ready, able, ancl apt Talented student . . . High ideals Sensible . . . Smart . . . Secure National Honor Society 3, 43 Steering Committee 3, 43 Football I3 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee. WILLIAM PAUL TIRRELL Always amusing . . . Vibrant pere sonality Daring . . . Dynamic . , . Great determination Likes sports and having tun Interested in people ...Well liked Brawny . . . Bright . . . Good looking Spirited . . . Sociable ...Tut Football I, 3. MAUREEN ELAINE TOLLE Oriental art . . .Scroll and screen Haiku . . . Happiness is the Red lfaron lnterrotional relations . . . The U.N. Oh Fudge and Eiddlestickslu . Candid smile A c.'ipab'o student . . . Always on tho go Noted tor her triondtiness . . . Nev- rrr .in unkind wc-'rd National Honor Society 3, 4 Treasurer 43 Philomath Biography and Vcrsc Com- " "r-r-3 Sfi11'I'1CC Voir 23 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiccts 2, 3, 43 Library Arte 43 Musiral Comr-ilv 2, 33 Drama Club 23 International Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Trcasurcr 3, Vice-President 43 Senior Play. -e 17 fa, i E73- 47" 'W i l I I EDWARD TCMASZEWSKI Holds fhe key fo fun Enioys living . . . Enferfains his friends Is befler known as Tony Gefs around . . . Seen everywhere Has a nice smile . . . Uses if fre- quenfly Tall . . . Rugged good looks . . Brighf fufure ' Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN NOEL TOMKINSGN Dependable . . . Thoughfful . . Nafural Obliging ...Genuine and kind Compacf comeliness . . .Casual Inleresfed in sporfs . . . Sincere Lovely, long hair. . . Kafhy Every friend a friend forever Gymnasfics 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 33 Chrisfmas Proiecfs l, 2, 33 Pep Squad I, 2: Home Room Represenfafive 2. MAUREEN ELENA TRIPP Delighfs in driving and dancing Avid inleresl in gymnasfics Never af a loss for words Cufe . . . Capricious . . . Tripp Endless supply of sayings Ready for a secrefarial career Sfudenf Crier Sfaff 43 Philomafh Biog- raphy and Verse Commiffeey Gymnas- 'rics I, 2, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Can- dv Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 23 Music Fesfival 2: Ski Club 3: Junior Prom Decoraling Cognmilfeeg Pep Squad I, 25 Inframurals I, , 3, 4. DENIS TSEKLENIS Caughf many a Bodkin pass Acfive . . . An answer for every- fhing Needed on every feam . . . Versa- file Delighfful sense of humor . . . Fun- loving Independenf . . . lnfriguing . lmpulsive Denis is known as fhe "Big 'D' " Philomafh Biography and Verse Com- miHee: Homeroom Represenfafive 4: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4: Baslrefball 43 Track 3, 4: Baseball 2, 31 Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 43 Chrisfmas Proiecls 4. NANCY A. TSOURIANIS Likes having fun . . . "Oh Fine!" Impressive . . . lmaginafive . . Reserved Vibranf , . . Worries are few and far befween Enfhusiasfic . . . Earnesf . . . Easy- going Likeable . . . Cheery personalify You will find her wifh clerical ma- chines in her fufure. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 23 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 23 Music Fesiival I, 25 Pep Squad I. JUDITH ANN VAILLANCOURT Delighfful . . . Subfle humor Always charming . . . Equesfrienne Innafefemininify ...Judy Nafurally nice. . . Pefife True 'friend . . . Gvenfle graces Yonder lies college . . . Success Field Hockey 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 47 Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4. PAMELA ANN VALENTINI Pammi... Perf... Pleasing Enioys life . . . Endless fun ahead Talkafive . . .Tiny . . .Terrific Irresisfible smile . . .Sparkling eyes Travels in fhe fufure Enioys being wifh people . . Sociable Cheerleader 3: Field Hockev Ig Red Cross I, 2, 3, 47 Chrislmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Commiffeeq Pep Scuad I, 2. KATHLEEN VAN DEN BU RGH Big inferesl in Flyers, people, and good limes Obviously friendly . . . Cpan- minded Unique sense of humor . . . Vandy Never lefs anyone down . . . True friend Capricious . . . Cufe . . . Carefree Years ahead poinf foward success Philomalh Biography and Verse Coon- miilee: Science Fair 23 Ficlcl Hockey 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 23 Candy Sale I. 2, 3, 41 Chrislmas Proiecfs 3, 43 Glee Club 2: Junior Prom Decoralino Commilleeg Pep Squad I, 2, 35 Variefv Show 4. 1' I Y "'D I is C5 .10 J lx QW! ,-. Q.. 3 M LAUREEN ANN VAN VLIET Pretty. . . Pleasant. . . Poised Lively interest in sports "Are you kidding me?" Conscientious worker... Lo Interests in many fields Desires a business career Softball 23 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3 Pep Squad I, 23 International Relations Club 2. 33 Junior Achievement 3, 4. NANCY A. VINCINI Great school spirit . . . Nancy Affable . . . Active . . . Always on the go Instant friendship . . 1 "Chow" Easygoing . . . Likes people Typical . . . Witty . . . Always happy Yearns for the future. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. LINDA MARIE VOLPE Charming, chatty, and gay Hopes high for the future . . Teacher Endless spirit and energy Enioys herself at all times Reveals a gentle nature Youth will last a lifetime Student Crier Staff 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad I3 Ski Club 3. KEVIN MICHAEL VVALSI-I On his way Io success Bowling and baseball are his in- trrrr-sts Loyal friend . . . Sincere and con- cerned lndustry and ability abound Gertle of speech, beneficent of ITIIVICI Evftn tfirnpercd . . . Efficient Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proi- ects I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES JOSEPH WARREN Well liked by all ...Popular Optimistic . . . Sincere . . . Friendly Reaches out for happiness, laughter, and fun Trustworthy. . .A capable leader Has many interests . . . Personality plus Yearns for a successful business future Football I, 2, 43 Hockey I, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Junior Class Treasurerg Steering Committee 33 Red Cross I, 2, 3,'4I Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Com- mittee. LINDA ELLEN WARREN Silent... Serene . . .Sincere Earnest efforts for success "Would you believe?" ls quiet and calm Never without a kind word 85 'Uv 3 Gentle .' . . Graceful . . . Good sport seg. gross I, 2, ag christmas Proiects j DONALD GEORGE WATERFIELD Benevolent spirit . . . A gentleman Ambition is the ladder to success Steady worker and true friend Known by all as Don . . . Nice to know Emphasis on endeavor.. .Eager Totes a basketball and a smile Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Football I, 23 Track I3 Christmas Proiects I, 2, 3, 4. EARL REYNOLDS WATERS, JR. Pause, observe, then conclude Enthusiastic debater . . . Keen stu- dent On skis, no fear of icy slopes Politics a maior interest Loquacious... Love of humor Eye for art . . .Teacher or minister Student Crier 33 Science Fair Commit- tee 2, Chairman 33 Math Fair 23 Ten- nis I3 Red Cross I, 23 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Protects 2, 3, 43 Massa- chusetts Drama Festival I3 Library Aide I, 2, 3, 43 VDYIFIY Show 23 Musical Comedy 2, 33 Drama Club I, 2, 43 l,.1lin Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom DcC0- ratinq Comrnittce3 Pep Squad I, 23 German Club 3, 43 Senior Play. cps' DAWN E. WEI R Personalify plus . . . Capfivafing and winsome Offers her friendship sincerely Inferesfs are many . . . Mosaic mak- ing rafes fops Sophisficafed . . . Refined . . Sunny hosfess Expressive eyes . , . Graceful . . Charming Desires a career in fhe sky . . . Airline sfewardess Business and Advertising Sfaff 4: Science Fair 2, 3, Honorable Menfion 2: Tennis I, 2: Red Cross I, 2: Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2: Pep Squad I, 2. EILEEN FRANCES WHEELER Aspires fo enfer fhe Peace Corps Cheerful . . . Creafive . . .Concern for ofhers Tireless . . . Talkafive . . . Trusf- worfhy Inferesfs in all sporfs . . . Vim and vigor Vivacious . . . "Whoopie Doo" Enioys swimming and skiing Science Fair 2: Field Hockey 3: Gymnas- fics 3, 4: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2, 3: Chrisfmas Proiecfs 2, 3: Drama Club I: Spanish Club 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Pep Squad 2, 3. RICHARD S. WHITTEMORE Dignified . . . Impressive . . . Nafural Ardenf skier . . . lnferesfed in music Pleasinqly proper person Plays The sax smoofhly and smarlly Engineering is his career for fhe fufure Reliable . . . Thoughfful . . Reserved Gymnasfics 2: Band 3, 4: Orchesfra 3, 4: Music Fesfival 3, 4: Dance Band 3, 4: Variefy Show 4. RICHARD WILKINSON Tall and lanky . . .True friend Obliqing . . . Opfimisfic . . . Ob- iecfive Whiz af anyfhing mafhemalical Enioys cars and mechanics Responsible . . . Reserved . . Reasonable Sincere . . . Inferesfing and in- quisilive Chrislmas Proiecfs 4. SUSAN JANE WOICK Proper... Proficienf . . . Peppf Oullook is always calm and opli- mislic Irresisfible sparkling smile Secrefarial fufure . . . Sophislicafed Eager for fun and laughs Desfined for happiness and success Business and Advertising Slaff 4: Sfeer- ing Commillee 3: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale I, 2: Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Cornrniflee. RONALD MICHAEL WRESINSKI Ad libs galore . . . Acfor wifh a sfyle Delighfful wif . . . "Que PaseI" Livelihood as film producer Imaginafion unlimifed . . . Ronnie Bard of fhe quick come-back Speedboaf enfhusiasf . . . Music Language Laborafory Aide I, 3: Variefy Show 3, 4: Musical Comedy I, 2, 3, 4: Music Fesfival I, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Play 2, 3, 4: Home Room Represenlafive 4: Assislanf Fea. 'lure Edifor of Philomafh. JOYCE F.iWRlGI-IT Many are her Ialenfs . . . Happy ouflook Open-minded . . . Sincere . . . Well-liked Dependable . . . Graaf pofenfial Eager fo please... Loves fun Senfimenfal personalily . . . "Are you kidding?" Tacfful . . . Thoughfful . . . Re- served Red Cross 2, 3: Candy Sale 2, 3, 4: Chrisfmas Proiecfs 3, 4: Home Econom- ics Club 3. PATRICIA MARY YEAGER Sophisficafed . . . Sweef . . . Trisha Purpose in life is having fun Inferesfed in nursing Reassurance never necessary lndusfrious . . . Acfive . . . Able Trim . . . Talkafive . . .Terrific Candv Sale I, 2, 3, 4: Gymnaslics I, 2: Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Chrisfrvas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad I, 2. 1 11? if... ih- ' x X ,iq ff! Q 1 .. I LINDA SUSAN YEATON Thoughfful and candid Emerge-fic . . . Enfhusiasfic polifician Nimble wil' . . . Nice fo know Nofed for fennis abilily lnleresfed in philosophy and frei- lance wrifing Skafing . . .Skiing . . . Spirifed National Honor Society 33 Science Fair 23 Tennis I, 2, 33 Chrislmas Proiecls I3 Library Aide 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 23 Ski Club 33 Junior Prom Commillc-e3 Pep Squad I. JOE MOND YEE Faifhful and good-nalured . Genfle in speech Reserved . . . Percepfive . . . Realis- fic ouflook lnferesfs include music, sporfs, cars Eager fo succeed and fo please ofhers Nafural . . . Unassuming manner Disciple of fhe dance . . . Denli-,I fo be Science Fair 23 Candy Sale 2, 3, 43 Chrisfmas Proiecfs 2, 3, 43 Musical Comedy 2, 33 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Music Fesfival 2, 33 Sfaqe Band 2, 3, 4, DEBORAH A. YOU N6 Talenfed band maioreffe Wishes fo become a nurse lnferezfed in being wifh her friend-I Ready for exciling happenings Lauqhler is her frademark Smiling personalify . . . Deb Philomaln Sporls Edilorg Marshal 33 Science Fair 2, 33 Maiorelfe 2, 3, 43 Band Maiorelle 43 Gymnaslics 23 Tennis l, 23 Red Cross 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Corrmilleej Homoroom Rcprcscnl- alive 3, 43 Red Cross Excculive Council 3. MARIA R. ZANOTTI Loads of fun . . . Talk, Talk, Talk . . . Madia Acfive . . . Bubbling personalily . . . "Oh, no" Unpredicfalole . . . lndividualisf . . . Unique Great person fo know . . . Timo and smiles for everyone Honesf opinions . . . Sincere . , . Cufe . . . Sure success Skiing is her hobby . . .College her deslinafion Field Hockey lg Red Cross 33 Candy Sale 2, 33 Chrisfmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad I, 2. JEFFREY PONTZ Sincerify af ifs besf Medifafive . . . Magnefic . . . Ma- fure Off fo colleqe and success Oloiecfive . . . Oufgoing . . . Op- fimisfic Transfer from Michigan Has an inleresf in guns and golf Haslings H.S., Michigan: Science Fair li Foofball I, 23 Track I, 23 Debafing Club lj Visual Aide I, 2. F.S.H.S.: Red Cross 3, 43 Candy Sale 3, 43 Chrisfmas Proiecls 3, 43 Language Laborafory Aide 33 Musical Comedy 33 Visual Aide 3. AUDREY SENTER Beneficienl . . . Congenial . . . Can- did Every friend a friend forever Nonchalanf . . . Earnesf and mafure Invincible spirif . . . Winsome per- sonalify Genfle and amiable always Nice lo know . . . Her smile speaks for her gn mpem OFICIZQ '95 C, A 4" PETER DRAKE December 9, 1948-November 30, I964 ' KENNETH FBRD ' jiepffembef 2, 1949-December 25, 1965 I . 65.33 50" 44 -an B' ae" rf -"nf, in 1 C11 X ,XQ- f , -snug- QI' EDWARD E. BACON Called " Cam" . . . Capable Has advice for all Excellenl Iinguislic command Vilalily . . . Good worker Yearns lo be an aulomolive en- gineer Sincere and sensible Philomalh Biography and Verse Com- milleeg Marshal 3, 4, Co-Caplain 43 Red Cross 2, 33 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrisfmas Proiecls I, 3, 43 G-lee Club I3 Music Feslival I. PAUL K. BREMNER Scores of friends . . . Sincere smile Overwhelming personalily Conslanl' challer . . . Cheerful oul- look Inlends fo become a Marine Always seen in his plaid '57 Chevy Leisurely manner . . . Lilceable ways Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Music Feslival I, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4. JOI-IN RAYMOND CI-IAISSON Hopes Io become an experimenlal machinizl Own delinilion for everylhing Classy dresser . . .Casual . . .Cap- able Known as Jaclf . . . Jovial Enioys fporls . . . Foolball Youlhlul . . . Young al hearl Marshal 3, 4, Co-Captain 43 Hockey I, 2, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 43 Foolball I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I3 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM J. DONOI-IUE Sll'fCf:'.', fi' rnaclwini','l iz inovilable Emy lfi li-0, Ilwl: Bill N f- if: fl ll-Q liiqhwiiys in his Cor- sf,-flf, Irilf-rw Iffl in nv-chanica Oulmlfirflinqly qfwifl culurfrn Rfuqli viril rfiiirly M rf il I, 43 PMI Cross l, 2, 3, 43 Cirvly '. iw l, 2, 3, 4, Clirinlm is Proiccls I, 2, 3, 4, Clair: Club I. WALTER lvl. FOSTER Jocularily his Iceynole . . . Jolly Wally Overlly friendly lo all vgx Vilalily unmalched . . . Very good company .3 Q Inleresled in sporls and music Always ready Io lend a helping . 'Ai hand Longs Io be an eleclronics Iech- nician Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrislmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Language Laboralory Aide 2, 3, 43 Musical Comedy 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Music Feslival I, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Commillee. GEORGE JOHN GIOMBETTI Foolball is Georgie's game lx Loves all sporls . . . I-Iunfing . . f',," Fishing Yearns lor a college educafion Eleclronic engineering is his goal Rugged . . . Reliable . . . Ready for anylhing Slimulales fun and Iaughler every- where Marshal 43 Foofball 3, 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 43 Chrisf- mas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival I, 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club I, 2. .f Ocafzbna You can lel il down now3 I found Ihc penny. K THOMAS C. HUNT Frisky and funny Responsive wifh candid commenfs lnferesfed in career as aufo me- f .3 X chanic Enioys skiing . . . Sporfs minded Nafurally nice . . . Tom Demon on roller skafes Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Chrisfmas Proiecfs 2, 3, 4. I- ta" GARY L. KELLEY Candid . . . Casual . . . Clever Anxious fo become an elecfronic fechnician Nova Scofia his former home Avid worker . . . Sincere friend in Dependable... Friendly . . . Hand- , some iz Alerf . . . Adroif . . . Acfive I King's Counfy Voc. H.S., Kenlville, Nova Scotia: Baskefball 3, Hockey 23 Cross Counfr 2' G mnasfics 2' Track 2' Y - Y I . Soccer 23 Red Cross I, 2. F.S.H .S.: Candy Sale 45 Christmas Proiecfs 4. f 122131512 l I IKM J' I I - c,1 NN.. I believe 'rhe problem is fhaf you have a flaf fire, JAMES A. KNAPP Always Ihere fo help Memories of Aell and lhe scope Personable . . . Likeable perzonalily Elecfronics and engineering are goals Reliable . . . Responsible . . , Ready for aclion Enioys foofball and color T,V. Marshal 3, 4, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 45 Chrislmas Proiecfs I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Music Eesfival. EDWARD E. MEYERS Always finds somefhing worfhwhile fo do Candid ...Casual .,. Likes people True happiness should fill his fufure lnfecfious giggle spells fun ior friends Vivacious personalify . . . Unforgef- fable Ed Elecfronics . . . Ever presenf in school acfivifies Sfeering Commiffee 3, 45 Sfudenf Coun- cil 43 Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Language Laborafory Aide 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 3, 4, Music Fesfival I, 3, 4, Junior Prom Decorafing and Lighting Commiflee. DAVID EARL MILLS Excellenf manner . . . Dave Nafural falenf in aufomofive shop Good looking . . . Sincere lndependenf and refined Nofable for applicafion fo work Easygoing . . . Energefic . . . En- fhusiasfic Red Cross I, 35 Chrisfmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 3. ROBERT A. NEM ET Bound for success in elecfronics Undaunfed . . . Unlimifed energy The Friendly pizza man Capable . . . Casual . . .Candid Hair redily . . . Hale and hearfy You know him as Bufch Marshal 35 Red Cross I, Z, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 43 Christmas Proiecfs I, 3, 45 Language Laboratory Aide 2, Cv .iq YA.-Q-4? xx- lf. i Q., i -a fs. f"- 1 .-s , ., - -v 3.- 1 to 5 it ' DONALD E. PAYNE Desires a career in aufo mechanics Open minded . . . Original Never af a loss for words Always on fhe go . . .A real friend Likes cars . . . l-londas . . . Me- chanically inclined Don is his nickname Marshal 4, Track 2, Candy Sale 2, 33 Christmas Proiecfs 3, 43 Musical Comedy 35 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4g Music Festival I, 2, 3. PAUL J. SLINEY Willing fo lend a hand Oraforical genius . . . Resourceful Radio-confrolled models a hobby Keenly percepfive Enioys slof car racing Reliable and refined Red Cross 2, Candy Sale 2, Chrisfmas Proiecfs I, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 41 Music Feslival l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club I, 2. ROBERT D. SUTI-IERLAND Demonsfrafes superior arfisfic fal- enfs Obsessed wifh his guifar Confemplafing career as design en- ginecr lnduzfrious . . . Willing worker Loquacious . . . Anofher Confucius Enfhusiasfic . . . Energefic . . . Eager Red Cross 2, Candy Sale I, 2, Christmas Proiecls I, 2, 3, 4, G-lee Club Ig Music Festival I. STEPHEN A. THOMPSON Careful flelail in overylhing Offer. Ialenl in nulo body work Like", fl qc-od limrf wilh lhf: boys Oh! Vifhal uncanny humor Rf-fl iinrl while Iruck malzez him lfnwvm Slew- . . , Sophimlicfileil . . . Sinccro Cinfl, '.ilf- I, 3, Clriglmus Proiccls l, 2, 331, CIM- Club I, 2, 35 Music Fc-sliviil I2,3. RUSSELL RALPI-I TOMASETTI Manifold personalify Ouf-of-doors man Bound for career in fool and die making ls called Russ Likes wafer skiing . . . Scuba diving Enfhusiasfic abouf hunfing and fish- ing Track 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Chris?- mas Proiecfs 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 2, 3 EVERETT L. WAINWRIGI-IT Tenacious in all his endeavors Rafher work on cars Always a kind word Voracious appefife for Mafh Eager fo refurn fo Buffalo Likes fo be differenf Red Cross 2, 47 Christmas Proiecls 2, 3, 4. if 3.9 'Jig' Q ' A Q ug-L -. 'X I I ,. w I I J l l I 1.1, an csenzbr C3 c1,0erQf1bes ,l.1- - mb Wfosf QDOIUUQI' ' X 1 9 Zesf 500513 Joanne Pavia and Brad Frosf Roberfa Johnson and Sieve Boclkm ' Q an 6 '-my Wosf E" H W3 ' I iff! jypzcaf A .4 -N, ' - O Joan Cella ard Jim Warren mbsf jqrfzkfzb' YF 051' jzuszbaf .J lll ,xxx , i S+eve DeCollibus and Jane? Mullen t Pam Laguidaraend Bob Franchi me 051' Cgopfzlsfzbafeaf 'Vik' ffl' ,4 I 'X H Jonaihan Cheney and Anne Roberison 651' I , ix 4 4 ' gnfemyenf 4 - ' 1 v ' e --"l""': l Sheldon Bishov iff!" 4 l and Anne Cheney A . 4 .-..u.. Zesf Zresseof Fox! k fic Joyce Nye and Joe Palma L , . 5 --I JT W N H' BeH'e Flumere and Brian Hasfings X Wosf gn feresfzhy Gill AbboH' and Haluk Ozemek Jane Duane and Ron Clemenfs JI? osf Uersafzk J 1 Ffosf Coznzbaf jjzcosf gfkfafzbus Li---4 Sonny Caparelliofis and Kafhy Cosgrove Linda Saves and Brian McManus XWOSX fo osf XZPIQJQUQ Fr W A by a K A Pai Barber and Jim Warren Beffe Flumere and Brian Hasfings 88 ' 1 115-5' A ,Qi N 0'-1. -A in Q . .WW If K. 5 I 71" L, .: ,. nip , . ., . 3 F' 'ff' ' 1 ' ' fi v' n 1 -,5 I , 1, 74.51:'1p,,,' f f Jf5f ig , fig' "w 9 9' 5 ,, ., COACHES: Sfanding-Alfred Badger. Roberf Jachowicz, Frawd: McDevi+r, Johrr Diaralevig Kneeling-Urbino Bar- - Y rerra, James McDeviH, Charles Dereo, and Vincem' Trineia Jim Taylor 'P 4 9 ,. . "ri 1 ADC I ibm l- 1 fax Co-Caprain Greg Iodice Bill Smi+h N149 John Chaisson Jim Warren Jack Capsiick ,vu Paul Cordella ig Brad Fros+ N 1.- Jim Capobianco i , Sam Dyer Al George Giombefii a 5 0 55912101 csfars Q Jack Lemerise Ken Fields SX I 0 , Y! NJ AX ,620 fu x 1 I -e I I 'A 6 .ff Sfeve Bodkin C0'Cf3PTain Denis Tseklen Ron Clemenis ,V L wx gk N lv X 4' J i ...x Bill Loring Sieve Ablondi Bob Haubner Ke G i 9 I 1 , S ,.o7Qfl5' ' f'iL,13g .a ' u ga gtg H' u 5,0 --uL'T'?l- I. 5-i...ffri,. + ff I 7"Xiglf..'N vs I 'W eff' 'i - P f,255 I 7 L , U ' ia 2 , A ' L 4.7 'gf-SI .A.. 8, VARSITY: P. Capslick Imanagerl J. Chaisson, G. Giomberfi, W. Loring, W. Smilh, D. Tseklenis, J. Capsficlc, G. Iodice Ico-capfainl, R. Clemenfs Ico-copfainl, B. Frosf, S. Ablondi, J. Taylor, J. Capobianco, K. Fields, J. Lemerise, S. BodIcin,U. Barriera lfrainerl. 2nd Row-Afhlefic Dir. J. Daniels. Ass'I Coach A. Badger. R. Haubner, B. Hawkins, E. Guardiani, P. Nardini, E. Smilh, K. Kimball, J. Trombi, J. Ferullo, W. Dolliver, E. Gumben, S. Kamin, P. Borgi, M. Richardson, A. Evans, N. Denny, J. Warren, K. Garvey, AssI. Coach DeLeo, Head Coach R. Jachowicz. 3rd Row-J. Paciffi, E. Moran, B. Hulme, B. Baker, C. Jachowicz, T. McCar'rhy, E. Resfeqhini, M. Vodoklys, D. Lewis, S. Brandon, K. Bagnall, G. Kach, P. Manzella, F. Byrf, R. Paul. is '14 l- f A .ing Q-:- 5 gg ' A' S' Q mm.. I966 VARSITY SCORES SOUTH... ...O Milfon ....6 SOUTH... 6 Needham .. ....2I SOUTH ....... 6 Dedham . . . . . . 8 SOUTH ....... 6 Norwood . . .... I9 SOUTH ....... 22 Wellesley . . .... 'Ib SOUTH ....... 38 NORTH . . . . . 8 SOUTH ...... 8 Brainfree . . . . . 0 SOUTH ...... 34 Walpole . . . . . . 0 SOUTH... ...6 Naiiclt ....II 92 P - -S A Q- FRESHMEN: Mandoza, Kimball, Loring, Ferullo, Sobieslci, Mercorelli, Cobino. Dolliver, Grass, Orlando, Crosby, Barbeiri, Crosby, Jachowicz, Gagne, Cape- zolli: 2nd Row-Coach Diaialevi, Hope, Gorman, Turieo, Belforie, Merusi, Ru- dolph, Kamin, Newman, Williams, Oravianni, Grelolfi, Guardani, Barber, Mucue illi, Hawkins, Abelli, Coach McDeviI'rg 3rd Row-Maranda, Zambezi, Fiore Raddler, Sullivan, Sasville, DeMaris, Leonardo, Flynn, Downing, Wheeler, Ablondi. Moreau, Mur'raugl'1,Gvrace. Brillharf 4 .I..i The pause fhaf refreshes. On righf, The J.V. TEAM: Fronf-Coach Barreira, S. Brandon, M. Cosfin, C. Jachowicz, E. Resfeghini, T. Mueller, N. McConarfy, K. Bagnol: Second row- Coach McDeviH, R. Paul, J. Reinhardt M. Vodoklys, E. Meiners, B. O'Connell, A. Auerr, J. Drady, B. Hulme, Coach Trincia: Third Row-W. Hawkins, E. Moran, J. Paciffi. S. McNally, G. Kach, T. McCar+hy, A. Chrisfopher. M. Grin- ley, F. Byr+, P. Manzella, v A '-'A-.5531 'fx M 1 1 .J l 'QSTR' ,T 1 . a A A - ' 4-'4R'KFVXf4f A 'f " 'D Ia' sis " . 1 s x 1 s hdtunvanqy. - Q-..,, f L, ' I L' X he T ' A A. v WF- ' Aqwlifmi Now, rake if easy, guys! ,Ay . I ae, MOV Wojbreffes .x I KN , I X . QE, G K, ss. 'ru . .f- - A ' s A, tv 2. 5 4, A ,,.:J fs , , ,V .-,L, If v -, JN .1 i S ' f , - ' , 4 ' xy I 'L F f 1 .1 ,Ziff 'Q l -, 'ir ,nn 1 r " 'l RL- fx 2 0 4 l - If 4:1 A1 1-7? : -l N 5- A .l .lf 4 'W JI 1 l , r N '- , '- I f lf 1 X R l -,J 3 al , 1 1 , N I I t 'luffi fl-"' ' ' " "3 ' If f U . In-i - R .7 'I ' .. In X N I rv ' " II A I . ll 1 'Hr b . , , N 5 . - 'if , lg , ,, . , J N1 ,19"--,-,F -4 f NJ ' Q 'ff ' -- n' Jn , Y ' xt! lx - L 2 ' "-ml Kneeling: Capfain Pam Silva, Drum Maioreffe Debbie Young, Sfandingz Mary Marino, Margaref Laveille, Mary Deveau, Chris Sanlilli, Belly Lou Lincoln, Kalhy Flaherly i . X wfqugm ,F f 5.5. w Geffinq ready fo perform pfjf:fW"VY1lF'l nl llif! Rollffji 'Z .. B' Jan Band Maioreffe Debby Young, Majorerfe Capiain Pamela Silva: Firsi' Row: S. Essaianian, D. Renzi, D. Sfanley, D. Holmes, K. Capsficlc, M. Allison, J. Wood, D. Bombaugh, B. Bock, L. Peso, S. Ferguson: Second Row: B. Willcs, B. Bock, E. Josephs, R. Franchi M. Gibbon, S. Hansen, L. Durgin, A. Cheney, B. Ross, J. Yee, R. Palanzi, D. Whiffemore, F. Lanagan, D. Pepper, J. Masholillipo R. Franchi: Third Row: M. Grossberg, D. Kelly, W. Robinson, P. Rose, R. Franzen, R. Day, J. Beedle, D. Orser, J. Prince, J, Masrrofillipo, R. Fish, W. Durgin, D. Sobiewslci, D. Hughes, L. Koollcin, P. McLellan, E. Kindler, G. Sobiewslci, J. Chufe, P. DelRios: Fourfh Row: Direc+or, Mr. Joseph Oneschulc, A, Hunler, J. Roberlson, B. Howland, J. Crawford, B. Whifney, K. Kelley, K. Yee. P. Rose, L. Breed. , A. ,,,. . .. W. - Affaclcl 2 ll ' 'l , Nlyiin P 3-'KS i L . . Will g l A WI!-y rl' A 5 - L. F5 Phaniom of The opera? CHQ Qfkafkfs 4413.1 177 Firsf Row: Joanie Celia, Dianne Sfaruk, Capt Joanne Pavia, Ann-Marie Abro: Second Row: Joann Moresi, Jo-anne Caffani, Maureen Donnelly, Bonnie Bowles. Terry Nobilini, Jann Reizner. C30 ' KD Z' V O O Z O i ,Q 1 0' ox! JI .+3 u"l ., J. B., -1 Chqminq mf Our Rnllicg Checrinq af Our Games OCCQF 'QA 4-4 ,.. r--UH-" A v ,U Sf - ' as Caplain Doug W 'N VARSITY: D. Hill, L. Smifh, B. Hasfings, E. Dafli, D. Bevilaqua, H. Ozemek, R. Offe, R. Marfell, G. Scyocurkag Second Row: R. Alves, Coach S. Keele, Manager: A. Manzella, E. Lehman, G. Malloy, K. Miller, M. Quinlan, J. Mansllelcl, F. Auquslini, E. Bryant S. Fedorclnalc, R. Godfrey. M Sullivan. up N , . . 20 FS , A X 4 1 Halul: Zasfefgaf . 1--Q VARSITY SQUAD: Firsf Row: G. Rubinswlein, manager, J. Anderson, S. Basile, A. Andre, J. Palma, R. Johnson, B. Galvani, manager: Second Row: P. Caulderon, D. Waferlield, S. Kamin, T. McCar+l1y, W. Dolliver, D. G-iombelfi. Coach Bruce Grealy. ft' X.. 1 f Alfflft 'X 5 ,,,.,f"TT Dennis Glombelnli f f l S ! Sieve Basile w l 1 5 -X Joe Palma I ll 'I r l V- f l ,f 1? I D' l' X S E Don Waferfielcl O ,J 7' :fi f !' X if J X N Q Caplaln K 5 5 Arnold Andre 'E X 7QlGl'.S' UUQI' 7ApfJe1'.9 Keep your eye on fhe bouncing ball. i i Sou+h's shoofing sinks Spar+ans. Kamin-8 miles high. Coach Greeley "hands ou+" game sfrafegy. sf --x x W! M 6 Www? 1. 4 -. 'x we X 4 it Arnie wifh the "Re-be". gf ers 1221155 9-65-I l I Firs+ row: B. Loring, B. l-lasfings, S. Dyer, Capfain V. Accorsini, J. Taylor, D. Bevelacqua, W. Summers: Second Row: Assf. Coach George Sullivan, A. Brandolini, T. Dyer, N. Dowd, D. Anderson, M. G-rinley, M. Vodolclys, A. Leonardo, K. Kimball, J. Garvey, Coach Roberf Bell. CSGHIUI' 6310119 Jimmy Taylor Sam Brian Dyer Hasfings A 2 T1 C N , Capfain Vinnie Acorsini Doug Bevilaqua 6 IOO Bill Loring ..f-" ...,:- , T """"g"". ."4 . . me 'S Rf f", lj!-:l 6 6 Q-un., -1 9 S 91, QS! K J Open mou1'l'1: insarf puclr. fi g 'if now, buf somebody's following you. me .N ,J Y ' 3. 4 'viii' .,, 1-OX, X -4' penalfy Shof Face off! F95 122012 M' Q QUIZ? f f . , ,-rf- . W! -,-J W V Ai ll lf'l J in 1 1 . .. I ' 5 1 1? 'Dx til 3' 'F l N, J Firsi Row: D. Paul. S. Port, K. Sfearns. A. Whiffemore, R. Young, P. Barbieri, J. Bradley: Second Row: R. Merusf, R. DQM Sasville, E. Hope, R. Viall, B. Half, J. Abelli, J. Ablondi, K. Kimball, P. Pierozzi, Coach Barreira. 24033 OUI2 fr Firsf Row: S. Essaianian, James Howard, R. Kowalski, Capiain K. Jordan, R. Bowman, D. Bombaugh, John Howard: Second Row: Coach Edward Dowling, W. Garreff, R. Pruyn, W. O'Brien, W. Meyer, W. Killarn, P. Ackerman, Manager M. Rodin: Third Row: N. Mason, J. Scagnelli, J. Roberfson, J. Rubinsrein, D. Haffield, D. Eiss, D. Peppefr. I? OOF FGC First Row: P, Clffmenz, P. llaubnor, R. Marlcl, J. Liberalore, R. Bcrluzzi, R. Bowman, R. Asaro, R. Bengiovani, R. Pereira, R. Kowalski! Second Row: ln. Bzrnbnugh, fx. Holmuz, H. Guigly, R. Kassabian, W. Moyer, M. Mcrulli, D. Peppeff, J. Scagnelli, D. Lewis: W. Monroe, f lVmr'ly. M. Loma, E. Guarclifini, B. Koch, fl.. King, A. Forullo, F. Byrfg Fourfh Row: Coach Ed Dowling, M. Pressman. S. Miller, S. Essaianian, 9' 'f"ifh. J. l'ffrm'lfi, M, V'ffJlri fwzl, Plhlolic Direclor Frank Golvani. Cf a122 p1b12 12212 asfs .X X maiex GYMNASTICS TEAM MEMBERS-Firsr Row: Mr. George Wheeler, coach: P. Nardini: A. Caparelliorisq E. Daffi and K., Miller-co-capfains A. Hensel, R. Abelli: Mr. Thomas Woodcomb, assisranf coach: Second Row: D. Lopes, manager, E. Lehman, D. Gaqne, A. Manzella, J Nafachioni, R. Farley. P. DelRios, P. Hechf: Third Row: G. Sobiewslci, R. 'Franchi, G. Malloy, J. Roberfson, R. OH, J. Mansfield. . 69-0-0.7 Alley opp! ' ry., This year 'rhe gymnasrics . feam puf on excellenf perform- ances of dexferiry and became Bay Sfafe Champs in an un- y defeafed season. 2 Ed DaHi, parficipanr in every evenf, doing free-X. Vkhe :greased 'he hkgh S55 ii I 9 'A Zfefofjic' e W VARSITY: P. RE+chEe, I.. Goddard, G. Suilivan, Jane Duane lCap'r.j. M. Cole, G. Anspacln, L. Devine: 2nd Row-K. Cosgrove Imanagerl, S. Bayes Irnaragerj, C. Joyce, D. Spencer, N. Marfinez, Mrs. Walker lCoacM, E. Warson fsfudenf 're-aclwerj, B. Brandolini. K. Summers. S. Reder ES P VEASOF1. In gl Q41 f I r' 4' Ll' . U vgx 24 N as 1 . A "' T W1 1 Y "A ' ' err I4 ff.-+jr..'6f. . It "?.:I,f!ll ' A' ' . ",'.f' AW .. ,.' 9 v -11' .. nhl , -I Z.. Hman! buy ,li J " 1 V . V ' HM VV' rib, P. f-A lCCf1" 3. '- 1,. . . v'1' fir' " r' ""' 'Fermi fx- Vfrrrf L fffflnxrflun S J y D ' I rr , I rf. C. Mr 1-NI M, emerge-sa. P. Cfmrnoycr. l.. Proc-lic, J. Guardignig 2nd Row-C. Dow, W.ArNLf'f ff.cmM, F. Wnfwn fsfudenf fmychcrj, B. Swnff, H. Macchi, J. Ausfin, 31246 7 J asfefaf aa-.:e":.-ff'--- L.......... Firs+ Row: K. Miller, A. Gucciardi, P. Barley, D. Sfanley, S. Benneff, C. Perry, V. Pagel, J. Bronzefii, D. Seariac, Mrs. Marifa Haffshorn: Second Row: G. S+:-zgmeyer, B. Bock, P. Ammerman, S. Joyce, B. Swift C. ln+roini, N. Marfinez, D. Spencer, J. Ranno: Third Row: E. Kindler, A. Johnson, C. Holmes, A. Zanella, S. Maish, C. Joyce, K. Flaherfy, P. Hixon, J. Duane. M. O'Brien. X Piroueffe! "Take if away, Sou+h!" Jump ba'!. 'NM 'V 4 'rhoughf Bermudas were aqainsf fhe dress co R' I L: h ir!X l Greg ' V . JE . 1 .24 Ro Illlilllll!.ll MES? 5 WQMQS 1-I cO'5' J 1 , Q F1 A I -1 4337 2,-ff CHPS77 ' Cd'd+fM'A' ' 7164, GFI I 6 65 OI' ISS VT19l'IC6 2 Thu 'f'1J'J+'!fi Nwrih frffphy F FOV Fighfi Ax X Qlx fx Q C7 44419 H ng Flyers no , , 5 M, gf f S Q H 4 -cf " x mvsf-nf, -fi . J' V. au- i , J ..,,.e-0-0 ' as----V Q I 3 ,an . x 1 x 5.34 .ifs-'wr V- ifi- 1 'fd-af.'g : - .v 'lm . Q 3 X 5 Z 4 , - 7 ,Z Q., 4 E .mv mn pvlff-w "' wflwri ' ' ,awww A V Www mmwM,mNw0Ww M MW A Q-, H , 9 mm- 'NYM . ,tn -.1 -wav-vo " 549 .Arr fi. in . .Q 3402 5 'gg ,gm 3 4- 31? 'W "it rv x,,v W 4 ' s .:, 'ESQ is C .4 ri ug., . - . .mi ,. .Mil ..l:.'v5' . 1' 4 .f - .', .. ..., - -y ik? x - ' ' ' Qu- 4 ,Lf '. I. as A ', ' , 1' .Ni-fn. .' E 'f - . - . . . .n1 . - .v Q, 1.x : 5 . Q -N 5 , 5 K B C19 "bv, . 1 IL, may 135 Jumbr ?g'-F I Q ki i X 1 M in The Granc If I roid you once, I ioid you one Hnousand and one +imes-- camels do no? divide. ,M ALJ sg? - ggi 1 , -sf Mi we wanfed was a miniafure bracirenberry. 1 ., F1 '..' HI X W , 221,115 N- .Alf ' . f ,575 ' 'T T55 4,. .,-gnu, s sr misss, - A Eff' grew as w e .'f"'f:5i'Y - "nf 1, ,-s-mf. 1.4, How can a camel make sucn beaufiful music? The Queen's Court Come OMC ,his page OV! Queen Virginia Dodge Ni, and escorf Sci Cavicchiog -, Princesses and escorts: . Freshman, Debby P 'ikin 5 Q and Pefer Seymour: Jun- 4 ior, Joyce Nye and Ar? H c n s e I 3 Sophomore, Mary Noonan and Brian ' Hasfinqs. - My N , f a 1 ' ' , ,O . fi 5 TA K . f 'ff 0 v. xxff W W 3' . , - Yl- I' me! i73wn2 1900 fiarch Whaf exac+ly does fhls fob Involve and sfop fooling around Mr' and Mrs' Saves The chaperones-could if be . . . 'rhe fox frof? I ,X-Q, , if 2.5-A ff iyyzxx ': N L3-1 C233 OyCQf3 anof csfeerzhy ommzffees rv I Q - '-i- ' - SENIOR CLASS STEERING COMMITTEE: Firsi' Row: J. Duane, D. Spencer, J. Lemerise, B. I-Iasiings, E. Dafli, D. Randall, J. Paviag Second Row: Mrs. Sophie Savas, advisor, K. Summers, D. Spencer, A. PoHer, N. Paull, E. Byrf, B. Brofherron, B. 'BrandoIini, D. Slaruclc, J. Cella, S. Isaacson: Third Row: S. DeCollibus, E. Bryant J. Collins, K. Miller, R. Marfell, S. Bishov, R. Franchi, E. Meyers, V. Accorsini, B. Frosf, J. Palma, P. Tigue, S. Alderman. L SENIOR OFFICERS: Ed Daffi, 'lreasurerg John SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: Edward McConar'ry, pres- Lemerise, vice president Brian I-lasfings,presiden1': idenr: Jean Nolis, secrefary: Roberl Johnson, vice- Debby Spencer, secrefary. presidenl: Joan Keele, secrefary: Mr. Richard Kropp. advisor. I ! IMI OR OFFICFRS: Jirnrnf Nalifhioni, treasurer: JUNIOR CLASS STEERING COMMITTEE: Firsf Row: E. Hayes, J. Moresi, P. Pav Pifqhie, cccrolaryg Paul Calflnron, vice proc- Cauldoron, P. Rilchie, J. Nafichioni, J. Caffani, M. Noonan: Second Row: ima: jglwi Fffr-iflg prfy,iflQr.9, Mrs. Mary McDuIfie, advisor, C. Joyce, M. Leonardo, P. Edmond, L. Rofelli, K. Marlin, S. Rcdcr, P. Haclceffg Third Row: R. Smilh, A. Manzella, S. Alley, W. Ilawlrins. 7121136 Q6 PM Firsf Row: D. Fuller, J. Pavia, J. Palma, J. Moresi, S. Bodkin: Second Row: A. Cunningham, V. Bache, E. Byrf, K. Summers, B. Lascari P. Cournoyer, P. DaPra+o, V. Crager: Third Row: J. Borgess, D. Lewis, E. Guarcliani, D. Beifi, T. McCarihy, P. Borghi, K. Kimball. ua! VOC. MARSHALS. Firsi' Row: E. Bacon, J. Chaisson, D. Sfone. Mr. Fraser: Second Row: G. Giombeffi, D. Payne, W. Donohue J. Knapp. Mr. Paul Hesfer, Advisor I - MARSHAL OFFICERS: David Fuller, 2nd Lf.I JoAnne Pavia, Isf L+.: Joe Palma, Capt: Joanne Moresi, 2nd Lf.: Sieve Bodlcin, 2nd L+. . 'J H' f ' x' '3- ,g S l X - ' ' 1 "I'll be off a+ five o'cloclc." "And so l said To him. . I Twisf and sham III CSflIOQI2?f Councz' W . . I P for S H! AQ dig Firsf Row: D. Spencer, D. Gusha, C. Fried, B. Jack C. Perry, M. Chiudion: Second Row: J. Slarulc, N. Paull, C. Joyce, B. Bowles, M. Donnelly, J. Caffani, C. Bellora, Third Row: Mr. R. Flaherfyg advisor, F. Crosby, J. Palma, B. Hawkins, R. Haulaner, V. Accorsini, S. Alderman, A. Auerr, T. Mueller, E. Myers, R. Zucclwi, E. McConarfy l As of 'roday fhe Sffudenf Council will collecf a S5 fax. H Barr second Vice Presidenf M Donnelly Corresponding Secre- rr n idenl B Flurnere President Mr. Hooray! Gfrzlsfm as KV ssem . a one. and a fwo, and There is a meefing here Tonight" The Brass Choir performing Beefhove-n's Piano Concerio. ll oofgaf Zan ce 743 ! The Maforeifes Sang Dancing all Nighf Captains Old and New-lodice and Clemenis '66, Nardini and SmIfh'67 A Gif? for +he Coach The Cheerleaders Sang .-uf xy' fj QSfu0Q12f Gounczffrqecfs l -LL, l so ll i , 4 V x lx xvf !:Mn .yy X H I Q42 LLL ' U Il Y 'r I V .v l ll If Al 1 ?: cl Y ne CaHani and Donna Spencer co-ordinafed fhe Family Proiecls. XXX XXX The Brinlcs' Robbery? I 'S -w'fr x x I. I, 1 5 fit ' 4685 pounds of fudge were sold in our annual Candy Sale allcwing u donafe SIZOO dollars 'ro II various clwarilies. Li I ,QXQ M yix l Eager girls worked wiflw wrap-lure. "Wha+ do you mean, you're Sanfa Claus?" ei 4700 canned goods were collcclocl far XL on -X'--X l I5 FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL are Firsi' Row: J. Fiore, P. Bunick, E. Gould, M. Donley, A. Miller, J. Mullen, S. Pike, S. Bislnov, M. Needleman: Second Row: Mrs. Carole Srnifh, Mrs. Bonnie Baker, C. Rogers, A. Roberls, C. Fried. L. Volpe, J. Rivers, M. Tripp, Mrs. Mary Ann Brockelman: Third Row: L. Sachs, D. Sfarulc, P. Dreclisel, S. Miller, S. DeCollibus, C. Dowd, N. Prince, K. Luminari. ' I . X .xxx W n X fr !E' ll Crier edilors in- clude, righf, Firsi' Row: M. Donley. J. Mullen, E. Gould, S. Pike: Second Row: J. Fiore, P. Buniclc, Edifor- in-chief M. Needleman, S. Bisllov. --q r--4 llllillx .. A lflvn' 49 fl' M W L N 1 1' ga sv f 'V , my we L 1 , 'JJQT 1 1 f frwr nfs BUSINES?:?sLS1D-QQDLJERTISING STAFF Henderson: Second Row Mrs Aince DeCrus+oforo dvnsor D Spencer S M ll r S B Sullnvan K. Moscafelh Mrs Irene Riley advisor Thnrd Row Mr Anflwony Mlrnrchelh d Susan Williamson, advnsor L Levnne D Wear D Spencer M Ka+z P McLellan M Lcur ' ' I 2 TYPING POOL. Row R Knapp, L. Melvm K Anderson C Gaze ran MJ gl Tfzbm aM l "Fl . 9 EEE! 'Vi on --me l l f l ' gg. -'.' A, - , Q Q :ss .Q , is 'L i ..-...1 M A ,.. PHILOMATH EDITORS: Firsf Row: Debby Young, spor'rS: Eileen Byrf, Ronnie' whaf do you mean Your hangs Sfuck? biography and verse: Anne Cheney, edifor-in-chiefz Jane? Mullen, arf. Anne Roberlson, feafures: Sheldon Bishov, feafuresg Ron,Wresinslci, feafuresi Dave Beifi, assisranf sporfsg Ellis Bryant picfures. Missing is Sieve Friedman, assisfanf ediror-in-chief. is E- iff-ff' -1, df - ', lzs DE O ' M Ll C? . o . 1 ! gr' .si .QHY Q 6 sh 1 . 'l5::N G H A It u - . iz ' 'n fbi J I, ,gg - ,C irq an 1 - ,aL"1" 'tif .ii 1' -' . x 3 ' x 'l,!.4ng, ' 'I- I-.X .41 PHILOMATH ADVISORS: Mrs. Marion Whiffen, Mrs. Elizabeih Minardi, Miss Joyce McKeown, Miss Anna Lamperfi, Mr. Thomas Hamilfon, advisor-in-chief. GJ 'vi .1 gp K U ,id i -fri? 7" N ,sy , ' Agonf 05823 reporting for duly. 'fir-' I f,f fjvirufl pl.lJl'-,. , I A Who? yearbook? H I sa BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE EDITORS: Nancy Paull, Beffe Flumere, Eileen Byrl Mrs. Madeline Heine, advisor. ' I--v 27 M eb BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE STAFF: Firsi' Row: I.. Levine, D. Prince, S. Bornslein, E. Byrl, N. Paull, D. Sfarulc, J. Cella, S. Isaacson: Second Row: Miss Dorolhy Janda, advisor, J. Lemerise, L. Hecht K. Van Den Burgh, C. Mannarino, G. Sullivan, J. Morawslci, K. Saleclnilc, L. Howard, C. Dwyer, B. Froslg Third Row: R. Haubner, M. Tolle, J. Duane, S. Miller, S. Ferguson, P. Drechsol, M. Kafz, B. Brandolini, M. Tripp, J. Slarulc, S. DeCoIlibus. A..,.. .-. 7.7, W-- ix fn i Y ft. Via' of 'ig 112'-f The sun Sels, lhe moon rises: Cnly one hundred fiify--ine pages 'ef'. VOCLATIONAL BIOGRAPHY AND VERSE: K. f Lom ardo, Mr. William Molloy, advisor, E. Bacon. " QP , Near. N - .1,v cSfz10Q12l F 4' i.: ,1 ,,.., cle ' 4, ,Y ' lw i. i our AJJ - .Q--1 4 C" gh i K .u5--Q.,-.. W i I .q',n,s,.1 1.5 jog' . e.i 1' .Q-,.l" ja- Y - 13 swf A1 , Beverly Gilroy, Belly Crocker Scholarship Award m fi-f jfs Ca emzb' A eam -....44. , -1-1' i Scdged: jr, , Q , J f. ,-. ,f. Cline, Sfff.-fan Sghill Sfanding: Ari Jfxrncs, tell I --', U Ql r 1 ' hiqlif lfpf- Sluff- ikirviploy, Mr. Pu'.'.f:ll An nzion unrlor the li qhls. Anne Cheney, Nafional Council of Teachers of English Liferary Award. Honorable Menlion lx -- UA: Miss Virginia Lewis and Mr. Russell Anfell, lf's Academic Advisors, discuss facfics. Zlldf' S Ser X All .. N ' , V ww' U " i - 3 ,A 1' A.. t ' 1 l l s l ,nao" o '.o ul .','... n ,u Q ,Qvx 5 ,.- Q Q- ',e':Xi an--" " ' ' usa- V 4 on 4' ,1" , was-xg A',,4". ,ax-U 1 p .4 ,,, v-.--' Q 4 ,n I' Q ...- o"o' Q--"' 1. 'Nui u""' . usvufu -"Qi, uv..-.U un-1 ..- . donna... M.-1 ....-.vt if ul'-..., 04 Qxnuv .v-"u .Q- wily! nu aw. LUN ,, 4 v4,,'q.. I Vu. Q0 4'4',P" ,xl-w.,w ' .' -. Hs., x ... l -'aff' "H .- p.quqM, .m - .sdsv-4 'x , ,,,.f.4 ni .'..f-9-.., - ,..,., ' A . 4 .nm . -.,,.. rl' rl" nl' .pp 'PDC v- u, , v ... Farr, 9 , . ov. Q Isuvcu 10140, visas v-""':, va.nvsnu -f", -I, Vl, lvnonon ""' ' " ' 'Alf . . f, Belle Flumere, Massachusells Delegafe lo Uniled Slafes Senale Youl'l1 Brian l'l6SllflqS. Jewish War VGl6I'Gf1S A-Wdfd Program, wilh Senalor Edward Kennedy of Massachuselfs. Belle also won Hue D.A.R. Award. L. pg, -maze if - CIQI2 ce UIEZ eam 'l'lfllll"l l ? 4 . . l l .--' 3 The answer is, . . er well .... ahem .... would you believe Sealed: Sheldon Bislnov, Dwlqlwl Lopes, Anno Clwonox, Larry Ksglbv Sfanding: T'-.:... Mueller, Dr. John Meegan, Bruce Swift, Whaf do you flwink lhe answer is Mr. James? l2l Q afzbna 7612 or oczeg SERNIKE Firsi' Row: S. Bornslein, S. Broflnerlon, J. Duane, B. Flumere, A. Granf, D. Magrini, J. Pavia, B. Ross, K. Tomkinson, M. Tripp, S. Bishov, J. Lawrence Tclle, 3. Gilroy, A. Power, S. Alderman, A. Cheney, J. Cheney, C. Devine, B. Haslings, K. Henderson: Second Row: S. Alley, M. Allison, G. Anspach S Bayes, E. Belloli, B. Bock, M. Brassard, L. Breed, C. Derouin, E. Diasio, S. Isaacson, D. Lopes, M. Mahoney, R. Manxevilz, J. McKins+ry, J. Odabacl Rampley, E. Randall, A. Roberlson, P. Tigue, L..Yealon: Third Row: M. Donnelly, P. Edmond, J. Ferullo, L. Fraelic, P. Gallivan, E. Gould, D. Hande Johr-son, C. Joyce, M. Leonardo, A. Lilfer, A. Mahoney, K. Marlin, P. Nardini, M. Noonan, W. Perini, A. Provencher, S. Reder, E. Renzi, E. Svensen, B. Swlff ' .F .1-I+, I 'Q U Q Y :ng fhe recessional. Mr. Henry O. Kelley, advisor. ' rf' l 'w im 5 ' 1 rw' 'lf-nf, plffdqoz all-:glance wirh 122 ' A Ann Pofler, corresponding secrelary, Beverly Gilroy. DRC FQ Wiz Q A J ' N NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY DS S ls 1 i recordin secrclar , and Maureen Tolle, Treasurer, dur- !! I V X 5 1 1 r l r L ry 1' iz l ff l ' 5. .. 'l A L ' A . -4 'UI ' M' I 'xl J in J 3 W li X. I ' D l Q s Yi A IB y j ' 9 ' 4 L E 1 xii 4 X N x 'I I ?Q'h ' , l: I 4 J 1 Q : l S l L , 4 1 4 K J ,,, ful 43.77 ' ' 'ir' X rehearsal. Joan Lawrence, vice presudenf speaking on clwaracfer of the 97015 C116 Hr SM Qld Firsi' Row: W. Perini, L. Breed, L. Fraelic, J. Beal, S. Bishovg Second Row: Mr. DiViHorio, advisor, is-ann, L. Koollcin, S. Rampley, M. Quinlan, N. Ballas, D. Lopes. The Marin Club, conducled as a compuler class Jrhis year, gave slu- - 3 g.3fD'19jw A ! ' If you connecl' wire A To lerminal B, appliy a logical flip-flop, .and send an impulse 8-V1 we-cm? l '- 1 denis a knowledge of compuler logic, go +0 67- programming, and numerical rneflwods. 'v f 331, fi "YM ' ' 5,92 .- I 2:6 , .h N fl v L xjigv jlgilfkf v 7 V . , A ' '- i ' fii mi S L, L1 fx x sim N Oxy ,.,..,,, .eg l":ff-f.zhf-r, D. Tic-'riflnl A Chffrf-yr Second Row: E. Bryanf, A. Robcrlsop, fx I r r il l,lll Ezgrary Wi es SENIOR LIBRARY AIDES: Firsf Row: A. Cheney D. Spencer, K. Summers, D. Spencer, R. Conrado: M. Rodin, Miss Elizabelh Lafhrop, librarian' Second Row: E. Randall, L. Yeafon, J. McKinsfry L. Koolkin J. Lawrence, J. Morawslci, D. DeMille, M. Tolle: Third Row: M. Needleman, E. Bryanf S. Ferguson, B. Groves, B. Gilroy, W. GarreH', E Wafers, A. l-lensel. E I g .T LIBRARY AIDES: Firsf Row: G. Anspach, S. Magoon, A. Prove-ncher, M. Noonan, L. LaVine, B. Sfalker, J. Miller, Miss Lalhropz Second Row: K. Redman, A. , LiHer, S. Bengiovanni, L. Durgin, K. Marlin, J. Rivers, S. Bayes: Third Row: S. Pike, P. Ammerman, E. Sveb , sen, S. Maish, A. Mahoney, R. Scolf, S. Krailo, S Rosenblaff. gli, jig li X r , I1 I: u 1 , -, I ser' ' 1I""gY, M. Toll'-, .L Lopez. I24 'Y' rv-Q n f x , v ral-aff it 'Ng Q l ii! , Y 3.1 X' A lxftvh CULLECTOPS' CLUB: Firsf Row: B. Groves. P. Ammcrrnan, A. Johnson, A. - ww l"l. , I l f tx si- ' i anyuaye gag 771' es an E711 lb zlsuaf The Language Laboraiory Aides are: Gloria Anspach, Louis Barbieri, Linda Beafrice, Elaine Belloli. Caiharine Bushnell, Anihony Cardiff, Mary Pai' Church, Denise Comacho. Darcie Cosiello, Paula Cournoyer, Sieve DeCollibus, Mary Deveau, William Deveau, Nicholas DiCicco. Denise Downing, Joseph Ebin. Pamela Ferranie, Richard Gallagher. Beniamin Galvani, William Garrefi, Susan Geller, Bram Goodwin, Sharon Gorevifz, Ann Guerrieri. David Hadiield, Ronald Harringfon, Peier Hari, Kandi Hayden, Michael Higgins, Susan Isaacson, Linda Johnson, Raffi Kassabian, Joan Keefe, Jack Lemerise, Barbara Lewis, Susan Lihan, Gladus Lill, Kaiherine Luminari, Cheryl Marenghi, Kaih- leen Mariin, Jody McCauley, Mariha Mc Lellan, Abbey Miller, Kevin Morrison, James Naiichioni. Mark Needleman, David 0'Brien, Mechael O'Grady, Waller Perini, Richard Peirilli, Susan Reder, Dennis Renzi. Amy Roberis, Susan Rosenblaif, Carol Slamin, Bronson Siadler, Nancy Sfaples, Elaine Svensen, Roberia Warren. Roberi' Weiizler. M' ' NM.: x . " QM Knobs. EJ 6. ,X AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB: Paul Bailey, Jeff Mansfield, Ed Hall, Dennis Bene-filo, Ron Briggs. Knobs revisiied. v -,?-l,, t., K, 'T -y, . i fy 551311 lf-' .--z..R4'Qef. "Ev ,ii - '-,z'- gifs. n. + , kv- X -. , yi. - N - - 'ff-STX Tschailcovslny ai nine, Rachmanioc ai noon, Fiddler on ihe Roof el so M' erm an panzlsu if Jr 9. . 5 GERMAN CLUB: Firsf Row: Mr. WiIIiarn Friary, advisor, C. Cowin, C. Thisfle, E. Bryanf, M. W. GarreI+ E. Wafers QQ, I If!!-'I I ' Earl limi? . Sh' .-gl I . 'fag' . SPANISH CLUB: Firsf Row: D. Renzi, J. Gringorfen. D. Prince, S. Bornsfein, K. Bornsfein, J. Miranda: Second Row: R. Dobson, S. Maish, D. Spencer, S. Rosenbadf, M. Kaiz, L. Levine. SuIIivan, K. Henderson, R. Warren: Second Row: K. Kramer, B. Sfadler, D. Hughes, W. ,Perini, I 1 I km I , ln- 2' Xi ff " P I "2Z21'I"'ft:', I I mx. - ' . 2 . . V 1 ' X !f""5 ' I I.. I I 'VIQUIVIYV . 5. I SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Dennis Renzi, 'rreasurerg Diane Prince, secrefaryg Susan Bornsfein, vice president Karen Bornzfein, presidenf. 'je-ng., ii . , V, ' I26 Cu... f"'I,"'f I' g-"I I1 zpvi Ii rrf-rm-CI'1iIi IfwIay, hot Iqmglg, I? -mr .4 or C116 Eafzh .li s I I vi I "L Q i'7'bl.i.,?L,12 LATIN CLUB OFFICERS: Nancy Prince, vice presidenlg Susan Slagg, presidenl: Amy Roberls. secrelary. fl 0,41 4,15 2 ,1 I R Q ' bu I ln! ' ' I-' gm yy A B LATIN CLUB: Firsi' Row: Miss Anfonia Gucciardi, advisor, D. Henderson, M. Allison, D. Kelly, R. Johnson, J. Nofis, I N. Prince, S. Slagg. A. Roberfs, G. Yee. R. Dobson, Miss Helen Vancavage, advisor: Second Row: S. Benegiovanni, P. Ferranfe, M. Bundy. D. Conafa, D. DiBisceglia, H. Reed, B. Scott, M. Flumere, V. Kondell, V. Wood, C. Holmes. l ' x A my , ixgi. x . I. Lalin club or bus'r! lg Q i A ' . ,X II ff, "L fin 4'5" II I lil i ii: I ' -gh I u MX., .unix ' .- un' .J ' , ' . HK ' I slate- . I Itazlx . 1 . X . . - Ag l27 l Firs+ Row: S. Maqoon, J. Good, B. Good, M. Pellearini, A Miller, M. Masionls: Second Row: M. Bondy, M. Baggs, M. Allison, M. Oliver, C. Fosler, L. Korlclan, S. Pernni, P. Feranfe, S. Hanson, J. French, M. Barberi. P. Mrs Florence Mack, advisor. Q ren of C116 ming , Y- 1 1 bd no L, pl Q' D" -.iff J. Nofis, E. Svensen, V. Kondell, A. LiHer, J. Nighfingale, A. Provencher, J. Guardiani. Monfalbano, D. Baroni, K. King, L. Beafrice, N. Prince, L. Sfanley. P. Kasloslcy, P. Gorevifcz, P. Da Marco, D. Trust S. Isaacson: Third Row: S. Reder, S. Bayes, W. Lelli, E. Knoll, D. Prince, S. Nardini, V. Wood, A. Roberis, D. Divine, L. Wamboldf, Q I --- i mwwffff A A ' 4' We 1 Tl..-........ i"" L: l 32. ' ' lun l'l':1'i f ....,..........................., S K a. J ' ll a-f EFF A I f f' OFFICERS: Joan Nolis, secrelaryg freasurcrg Vicli Kondell, vice president Alice Lifler, ,V preiudrrnl. .M it LIUJIA 51.1. "U 1 n I , . Elaine Svensen, ... - -..1 l I P ' 'Q ,Q l l l iusf love my Larousse ' X 4 ffff' you tlv- hipr: recorder? Y 2860622 fi C115 Firsf Row: Mrs. Doro+hy Carfer, Advisor, W. Garreff, - -I OFFICERS: William Garreff, Dan Hamdel, Jeff Roberfson As fhe nigh? wore on .. D. Handel, J. Roberfson, Mrs. Joanne Mifchell, Advisor: Second Row: R. Manevifz. F. Joyce, S. Goldin, J. Gringer- fen, L. Rose: Third Row: W. Perini, J. Kifchen, D. Dawson, 'R. Beafrice, A. Hunfer. Fourscore and seven years ago Kink -sr-f.- F 0 r '? . .5 .. ,bp Q11 x 2. Nts' 1 And when esoferic acrophobiacs digress, be careful! ' I29 17 ' x ' - A Y? X YYAQ YFOUSE ' . 1' ' 1 -x in 'U 91 dl ' Q X, Counf Mounfjoy IJona'rhan Cheneyj: "The sky is fall 1 A A Professor Kokinfz Hlon Wresinskil: "You didn'+ bring any sandwiches." X . Y- ing!" I E5 is Mr. PlanceHe ages Jonaihan. The devoq-ed M,-5. P,-im 'D csezzzbr J Qy I I , J - ' My mouse i V co Id beef g 7 8 youurs any ' f play! Wacs? They look real fo me! I7 You may fire me for ihis, buf K' rmogg I M Mr. Bcnfcr IEIHS Bryanflz Bah! Tully fSieve Rampleyl: "War on AMERICA" 7501! Woare january 24-2.5, 1907 S.. N, , , a I A Q Mrs. Marion Prim, direcfor finally enfoyinq her 'rwo monfhs' work. W La! A sound proposifion. Two dozen bo++les as Erin, P fiffy cases bichrbonafe HL A 1 7' Wna+ page His? I , 1 gg.. v ,F s: , A-do -1 ibrama C115 ui alie-.-.. I R ., ..w l,.v,, it .. f ' .- Q14 . J f. , , E4 .27 Lf: flux p4:"frll.jE"' jc- . ' - , J - 'fat 1 --' ? I F , Firs+ Row: J. McCauley. S. Moleronik, D. D'Armour, J. Nafoli, J. Collins. Mrs. Frances Flagq, G. Sullivan, B. Wilkes, S. Swarfz. V. Keele, J. Ahmadiian L. Monahan: Second Row: K. Sundbaclc, N. Mahoney, J. Ropi. L. Gray, L. Andrews, D. Liberalori, L. Casalli, D. Trusf, D. D'Amour, A. Schusfer, J Gringoden, C. Rogers, B. Lewis, D. Wilson, M. Russo, B. Good. J. Good: Third Row: D. Renzi, S. Bislwov, L. Alluzio, M. Flumere, D. Liberalori. C Cowen, D. Masferson, A. Baclwe, V. Bache, S. Miller, S. Cavalieri, J. Ahmadiian, S. Lelwan, J. Sarno, K. Savino, J. Mulloney, C. Canova: Fourih Row: S. Keele, F. Joyce, R. Wresinlci, B. VanVliel, A. Liffer, E. Buck, M. Taylor, D. Scagnelli, P. DaPralo, P. Dreclwsel, S. Maisfm, P. Edmond, S. Taylor, W Bergman, W. Conrino, M. Needleman. 59 W f r I! ' n . . '. 5 I F iq l ' Qrsfsril sta 1 Pm" l X2 I g Z y r U Sfars of Box and Cox enfry in rlwe Massaclwusefls Drama Feslival: Dwiglnf Lopes, Barbara Lewis, and Ron Wresinslxi. I OFFICERS: Gail Sullivan, secrefary: James Collins, president Sally Cosfin, vice president Q 5 9- ' - l 1 E 3 : N ye. .Q-i P I ,41-+ AY 'lixlgk '32 Mrz, Flaqq waves. "Of course fl'1cy'rc loafcrsg my sandal slraps broke. D714 C116 , J .L ii f XS..-4. E' B.: 51- F" 'X ,, ,1 1 s N l Q3 L lg Q 5 I 5 SR - Firsi' Row: V. Haslcins, P. DaMarco, B. Creighfon, J. Palanzi, D. Liberfore, B. VanVliei', B. McLaughlin, L. Saves, L. Biselli, K. Lurninari, S. Swarfz, K. Manelli: Second Row: Mr. Richard Clancy, Advisor, R. Knapp, P. Worswiclc, D. DiBesiglilc, M. Tripp, S. Sfarlc, C. Buhnell, L. Scaqnelli, S. Davies, J. Armadiain, M. Crimmins, D. Prince, S. Moleronin, J. Collins. f f .. .ZW is .. L A McQuinn, J. Reizner, N. Franzeng Third Row: M, DeCollibuS, J. McCauley. E. Buclr, V. Konde-II, C. Coolidge, S. Harris, M. Gcrrnan, D. ' f ff' Z f 1.61, N x 4 3 Y A as -' ' .571 ,Q i PE a ' y ' 95" 'i f S' '55 ' 'A J L ""Lq.1 . Q l fw 4 -I ' F1 1 I ' I N 'V Pl , A pq K Y 1 .' 'F ' " f 'F A i 5 1 I 9 A Hard Day's Worlc S mf' - W W I H510-K Q-cv W Eyes-uppose you're wondering wha? l'm doing. OFFICERS: Befsy McLaughlin, vice-presiden Mr. Richard Clancy, advisor: Linda Save president .vi--. rn 'Q ' l 5 iff? ' ' 9 '1'-'sv l l 1 'fig I Know :heres a psf sc'v'wl-we Lf' IJ! l is lf f- A 'ffl' lf. A tg '4 3 BLA il 21, -- , ,A : K -A . ' e V Vi V . 1 ',..,: 7 X . no is . , U 'A K4 Q I L v-5,4-all 01229 C012 0122103 6 E71' T -Q "' -4 1 ,z Ja 5,8 ui ' HOME EC CLUB MEMBERS Fursf Row S Ferguson B Brorh rfon J McK1ns+ry P Dube L Morawslu D Mennnm J. Borelli, P. Kanz, S Marx ell: Mass Bersy Wuggms Advnsor Back ow D eMnlIe Eldrud E Hanco Corxfi, J. Ponfred, L Bove D Tr sf J Carle s B FIHS B Gra y OFFICERS: Barbara Brorherfon Vnce Pres idenfg Judy McKnnsfry Presudenf Peggy Dube. Secrerary. P My Lay, r-pr' ,f-'rfwfiw frem Vwwdh Halr Srylizf fi mon rn cg ur fo ihc cu T' lf unzbr f7?e0f Cross 2 , . l i I 7 -1 I 'i I 4 S x . Firsi' Row: Miss Flora Tail, advisor, J. Cougl-mlin, D. Young. P. Oliver, K. Fried: Second Row: M. 4,-Y. Lavallee. S. Isaacson, E. Eldridge, S. Richards, D. Trusl: JQURNAL , 'eg S m lly'r'r"' M 2-L lllilllillfl :raw xib lIil,l'L-.'. A1232 54 XQAN Jo p 5 ri Q- 4, vnlywvv ,QEIJDO xxx, ' lulnrw Iv Q , Efvfzl Ilvlrlmu lf ' I O 4 H ffl ' ---' M E Q.. .ga r'im., ., + efrf 1 51. 0 C110 r Ulu' if l 'L' XM ,. tg r- XX -URL., .3031 Shelley ancl Margie planning +l1e annual Red Cross drive. 4 I N, ww I ey, l- + .lOl,lliNJfl.L if 'fail . df.:-.X .-. If 1' 1 . ,...- I . Af I ff MA Le F Shelley, are you sure you're noi' dead? BQ are ,-1, buf whore, comrade. zzferzzafzbn af Wekffbns li Wi, Firsf Row: J. Arlzberger, M. Pressman. E. Knoll, M. Mahoney, C. Devine, A. Poffer, M. Tolle, H. Reed, J. McKinsi'ry, B. Wilkes Second Row: S. Moran L. Durgin, D. D'Amour, K. Redmond, L. Sfanley, B. Grady, G. Alcorn, C. Wismer, S. Tolle, J. Lawrence D. Cosfello, C. Dow, L. Devine, Third Row: Mr. Paul Zaido, advisor, L. LeVine, D. D'Amour, B. Brofherfon, D. Sfanley, B. Bock R. Manevifz, A. Roberrson, A. Mahoney, S. Krailo, S. Pike, J. Roberfson. ri si 2 l l ' , ' B46 OFFICERS: Maureen Tolle, vice presideni: Ann Poifer, president Carol Devine, freasurer: Mary Mahoney, sec- Q refary. '24, ' .A 'F I F' merzban ,lffa ' Zefof Cgerozce 79140 yram "1 "M" N-, ,..... fr I f MIL I Q ' m'v '4 - D A I ' J .Q a ,Ah ' M f v .1 -fu .hiv ,'- lo' I' lun' 9 ,'-'-'N , W . g 4 N ' X' l .6 1 ' 1 U r f A ' ' . au, ' w. ' Zta - -. I-J 5"-is-35+ I ,I f:'.-I1 F ++--' ,uf I. 4 I ' ref4ffZ...fEl'! -. , p K-: fs Ss' ,. . --' , 3, f-. g A .2 ' xo.41" , Q1 - I-'laluk Ozemek and his American brofher, Ellis BryanT. T'laluk's family: SisTer Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Cemal Ozemek. I-lalulc. FirsT of all, I would like To Thank The PhilomaTh edifors who were so nice To give me This op- porTuniTy To explain my experiences in The Unifed STaTeS. This year was very special and inTeresTing for me. IT was The firsT Time ThaT I Tried To live such a long period of Time in a very differenT counfry. Before I came, I Thoughf iT would be very difficuIT, buf IT wasn'T, because The people here, especially my American parenTs, were very help- ful and friendly To me. For The TirsT couple of weeks aT Framingham Soufh High School, I was very confused, because iT was quife diTferen'l' from my own high school in Turkey, especially The Traveling beTween classrooms. SporTs were a IiTTIe biT different Too. For example, I never saw fooTball before I came To The UniTed STaTes. AfTer my friends explained To me how To play, I really liked iT. During The soccer season I enioyed playing ThaT sporT very much, because iT was my nafional sporT. There is one Thing lefT ThaT I would like To Tell you abouT The American Field Service. IT is really a greaT organizafion. I always Think ThaT if iT were noT for AFS, I never would have found The opporTuniTy To learn The American way of life and meef so many good friends. I Thank all of you for your parT in This. BC'- 1 Y, ,Q I I KAQSIYAWA KONIIK ?,.l:l:.ii-, 34? 3,4 ,V ,ws 'ii r -.. '-Sl ' Aflac - T - ., T 'K -.'i,-fghmwl V' 'filyf-, 11:-T ' , fly!!! F-1,fl,vj,4 I 1 s 1 ' I I , I xi i ',,, I ' ' A-N.-z.,-s ,, ,f . - 1 ,, 1' Iwi. ,, A f ' 'V 'ti itil . Q 1 ET ,..,.. . f " '32 X. twig gh, W vi Qtr' xv - faxes! Q""f' ff". 4 'TQ "' 5 .iff ,' af' , 2 -. ' ,.- . Q I T 'm?lTi2Fa-'w"i . I f I s ff:f,iH.gu:f-'e,s sl A 132 Q --es .- .,. ., .- . I , - 3 - - Mi L- .,n ., 41" , A '-X ' ' Q. i,, P L ii. ' ,..- .Y .: .... , , ---. - I I. ,, .. Bikini-3 V ri I :X . 1 , I V ' fi ,uv-L", wpaf I - , f'+ . I x ,lf 422: I L , -' J E5"""'T5'T X . ii' ftifzfifwirnm. K nu! 'T is fx li 37" My lli -x ff: 'iff r- w' RTFLE CLUB MEMBERS: E. Newman, K. Knapp J Kelley G Maqenello P French T Luberalore K Kelley D Tolfen R Beckham C Pl u d J. Joyce, S. Taylor, M. Higgins T Anlhony K Murlauqlw Mr Champlm Advisor umb-l llwlnlr fnvflqnig, uw' 5- 'x i1'zsluclcl" l ,A I swf in rf Ngf' ' wr- 7 'VN' ,,, 3 T S' 5 fd' r at JO 0, H J 4. fs. ' Nfivf X A ' 'L , ' 'X .int-. r ff :Q 1. l' l ew eac ers' 46611677 Recenl addifions 'lo fhe Soulh Facull include lhe liollowin ' Mr Ral h Michelson acfin vice Y 9- - P i 9 ' principal: Mr. Denys Godin and Miss Nancy Neaher, languages: Mrs, Edmonslon. science: Mrs. Phyllis Hofch, English: and Miss Eleanor Freifas, languages. l Unique on lhe facully is lhis molher-daughler combinalionc Mrs. Helen Peckham of 'rhe Business Deparfmenl' and Miss Marcia Peckham, newly appoinlecl leacher of German and French. -...I i 4 155 ' 'lf 4 1 ' M I ..q :K- i' ,fl . .9 A, , w 1 E ' in .Q 4 . 7' A' ' I .. I ,,-"2 I Q H, .. Miss Neaher Mrs. Holch Miss Peckham ,cf 'far 4'- A .44 "Who is nexf on The lid?" Mr. Mich, and Mrs. Richards, sfficc 5e:'e'aw ' , N.. N.. 4 Q 5, J' 27 .X .. .... y. V f, Ti 'OFFICE A I CP' X YQ 4 bzufr, Ni 3 V 5 XR Xu pa 5 4 K f NA 1 . X ' ,ff xx 1' G f ' 5 ' 'Q' 1' fl -td" ' ,N J' I . ing.. .,, Q: - A . x :HI i . , .5 J. I ,, 'I 4 E MQ. ' ' S L 5 r - - " . ' - af D ',4. ' - ,.'x- BM- -.lic I 1 . ur 1 lull I 4-1 "5 ' - J' 713, Sf: 4- 1 H M 3 ' ii QHU gp Wm' X I QQNIAIT V5 - J -6.4-LN CARDS A HONERY ""' .-.-4 I gi? 1 -A---as , ff 4' ' 2?-wx .I Compl menfs of WOOD LUMBER 354 WAVERLY STREET Complmenis of A FRIEND BRADY S FLYING A I06O Old Conn. Pa'I'h Saxonville. Mass. i Complimenfs of Tel. 877-4 I 90 Complimenfs of VVEBB sl x SUPPLY CCL I7 FRAMINGHAM I co-QPERATWE BANK 59 Howard Sireei' 828 Concord Sfreei' FRAMINGHAM Savings Accouni' Paid-up Shares Ouar+erIy Dividends Com plimenrs of NICHOLSON EMPLOYMENT SERVICE VOLPE FUNERAL HOME Larry Volpe 872-0932 Corner Arlingion and Gordon Sfreei Framingham , lI erini Framingham, Massachusetis .f -5' "' 3-:Z . 45 -,eiii ff! ,f iii, ., C 1 - .-.? ,.fE'n',-:A ,f .f f "i'F1 af f2 -f I Ii eff' - A, n - .17 ,1 If .. - Iv' . I mf .P - .vsfzigjjxcgy , V Qiiiggf I f-ilgiigl F'-'II - -, , J - ' Q. if' 1:Tii: ' ' rs... -... v f--'13-A . ' -- HIGHWAYS BUILDINGS DAMS TUNNELS BRIDGES -i' I CompIimen+s of I FRENVS GARAGE at MARINA 645 Hollis S+. PROMPT, FREE DELIVERY SERVICE I Framingham 872- I 278 873-9300 -E PIIILMAC 879-2566 I :::..2f'::::: :zz fhaznmqy I NOBSCOT PHARMACY I3 SCHOOL STREET SAIONVILLE MASS Your Needs are as near as your phone 877-I000 2 Edmonds Rd. Complimenis of NORMAN E- THE VILLAGE DEMARINVS -IENNISON YARN AND TWEED SHOP I58 Union Avenue WaIZI:gaI'e' Headquariers 'For Garland Tel, 373-3169 Jeweler SIzir+s and Sweafers E V. 943 Wor +ef Rd. FrfmiL:3l,Z:n.AJa5s. Framinghgrims Cenfre ACL'-'F' They reef y do FUI Look! up in 'rhe sky iI"s a bird . . . "Good evering' T Inf A Q DICK Tfacv ca I C? Philoma+h goofs again I' I' r I' U 11.3 '!-w A W r I I ,V 3 I I 7 Q A i.4x 7 '-KJQ'- '.- . T v -t. -"-"'f1wf"' . 14 'U - 5 .,.4.-, ,,.V,. Toge+herness Mn"""s 'Ivan Papa Boar, vi 51' F H' I44 1Y Y MR. HAMBURG ROUTE 9 Before you accept that first job . . . ok over your employer us carefully us he does you 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: Many young men and women in this area can England Telephone. Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply. answer "Yes', to these questions. They work for New " Part of the Nationwide Bell System An equal opportunily cmplyyer New England Telephone NOBSCOT SQUARE BARBER SHOP 8A Edmands Road Framingham Cenfre Framingham, Mass. 877-3955 BANCROFT CAP CCMPANY if FRAMING-HAM Ho+ Oven Grinders THE FRIENDLY PIZZA SpagheH'i Sandwiches Telephone 872-9400 268 Waverly S+. Framingham THE WARDROBE 85 Concord Slreei' Downfown Framingham Fea+uring Sfyles Designed for fhe Man Wi+h a Flair for Living PINEFIELD PHARMACY Pmeflelcl Shopping Cenfer Saxonvulle Mass. Free Delivery 877-2 I 00 Shoe Sl"""e Complimenfs of LeROY E. BERRY, D.D.S. l80 Union Ave. Framingham Mass. . The Fines+ in Dresses The Besl' in Sporlswear . . The Nicesf in Formal Wear GORDON'S Rfe. 9 Framingham Cen+re Compllmen'I's of DE COLLI BUS Complimneis of FRED'S TEXACO SERVICE Tune-up-Bralces-Minor Repairing Road-Service BI6 Concord S+. Framingham FRED NEAL, Prop. Telf 873-9474 BATTISTA J. GUARINO ATTORNEY AT LAW CENTER, INC. COLOR AND TV SPECIALISTS 597 Waverly S+. From Congra+ula+ions +o fhe Class of I966 lNGEMl'S BARBER SHOP 7' F h M 0 l 78 Union Ave. rammg am ass 875 5200 Framingham T ' fxil' WI L-25145 Qu ll . I48 CONGRATULATIONS T In FRQM THE PROFESSIONAIQS .,. I -QA .J X Y 3 Q f.. Y , V n . Y 1 , ' 1 -. X . S Dr. Joseph Alberi' Dr, Paul F. Sydow Thomas PGUH. MD- Dr. Paul B. LeBaron Dr. Kenneih LeBar0n Dr. Norman Naihanson Drs. LeaviH' and Saliman THE tLASS OF I967 MEN OF FRAMINGHAM J ! V - -,z- QYAQQU- Lawrence S. Hirsch. MD. Dr. Roberi' Johnson Dr. H. S. Dinsmore Dr. Merloni Wal+er F. Sullivan Dr. Alan Seigal Hargraves, Karb, Wilcox and Galvani III lllIl.l g,"" "They ea? here, I Fly me Io The pi- gf Hafs off Io Fly ' ' ' 'II I' 1 "f: Ifllfi 1,,,II' L7 . ' If! ISO L' I-'." I 873-3500 072-3500 TOMMY'S TAXI, INC. Courleous Service Cars Equipped WiI'h Moforola Two-Way Radio Cor. Waverly and Concord Framingham Mass. Complimenis of HAYDEN wooo INSURANCE AGENCY COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE I I Complimenis of SEA 'N SURF RESTAURANT LESLIE G. 1 FISHBEIN INS. I00 Concord S+. Framingham, Mass. Aufo Insurance- AII Rislrs I I I g I I 0ARRoN's I Framingl1am's Only l HOME MADE CANDY STORE 8I Franllin SI. Downfown Framingham I "AT THE SIGN OF THE GIANT CANDY CANE" 1 GARINO'S Color Television Radio-S'rereo-Records Musical Insfrumenfs ISI Concord Sfreef Framingham, Mass. I Telephone 875-5969 I I I I I II PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY Free Delivery 42 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. 873-744I i Complimenfs of CLARK'S CLEANERS 262 Hollis Sfreei' Complimenfs of DOM'S FRUIT STORE, INC. 269 Hollis SI'ree'l' Framingham Complimenls of McINTYRE ELECTRIC COMPANY Commercial lndusirial 872-7272 Smoke and Fire Alarm Sysfems Elecfric Heal l95' Gran? Sf. Framingham UNION Ave. MARKET INC. BANCROFT SPORTSWEAR CHARM BOX 24 Union Ave. 2nd Floor Framingham, Mass. 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