Framingham North High School - Archon Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1966

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N.: ,.-1 'f .,.. ,, wr V 4 0 ti 1: l X ' , vas- JA- -Q- 5.- gl., ' M g" .1 4s,,,, .WL I-if Av. W- ""'4'A" 9 ' . 15 , 4' M' -.Lt -. ,4 1 uf? ...- 4 M E 5 - I IV zz, ,,vg 1' A xr , I 'C '5. 1' :lun-ug. P-'jr 'dx ,.... ,... . . 1 -- uv -fv--A ' ..,.,. L53-1... V V VYVV WW, Y , ' . , W N w I 1 J ACU LTY A ADMINISTR TIO Il fu-nxt V231-r Mr. Albert G. Reilly, Superintendent of Schools H ..i..--- J X X 1140" d, Wi. 4-, l 4 i of I , Mr- Bernard T- While, Dlf9CfOf Mr. Edward J. Moran, Director Pupil Personnel Services Secondary Instruction ? 1 , Bl -4 fa cri1.c,ir.n2r,r ll we , gil v 1 r f lv , 1 - , . Z , Y ,4 IM! bf, ,S ,ah 4 , i Q ---- fl xl all X2 , l li 2 4 rw ' S 4 ,crjgiiizzagg 2 W Mill? ak' 'j 1- A , f A A' Q WWW A ,,,, A, Ilf!.?H.1'.'E"L1'.'.hiilffiiffll-Bllll 2 J i' E 0 2W' ,uf-wwf.. r-wx! I ,,,, , W1 maffffs. 347'- ' if ' 1 2 3 , I 1 1 i 4 3 I 'l .-,..........,.,. r ltr' Q 'Q 4 1 if' 4 get l i ,t , . l ll l 5 'ji lu. i, 2 ll rl ,ll- i : fi 4 fit X M31 ai lj Mr. Francis E. Riordan, Associate Superintendent of Schools 1 2 lg L I- 1 f PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE To the Class of 1966: In a rapidly growing community we find changes being made constantly. Framingham North High School is the product of such a community. Many of the members of the Class of l966 have lived in Framingham for all or the greater part of their lives. Others have moved to our fine town of Framing- ham and immediately became members of a student body who were willing to work together for the good of the school. This class has chosen wisely and has selected excellent members as officers and committee mem- bers. You have received many honors from your school and from outside agencies. Individuals have made excellent contributions in many specialized fields. Scholarships have been received by many. Our teams have been truly representative of the "School Spirit" which has been developed by previous classes and sustained by the Class of 1966. lt is my pleasure to commend you for your fine work as a class and also as individuals, and to wish for you a happy and fruitful life based on the same pattern of working together which you have shown during your years at North High School. "When you look at a map you will always find 'North' at the top." Francis J. Cavanagh Principal xl' I 1, www- pun.,-.., ww... QP' --......, Mr. Joseph P. Ciccolo Mr. John J. Hart Vice Principal Vice Principal Er. acl 'Mgt ,, :- :ff Mr. Ralph Mickelson Administrative Intern ,-.., il fu- , 113 ll H ,,,,,f,. Q-...fhi , , lllllliii ll ... N4 i 1 as ffw-fftrmyzgff J Ziff 0, ,- ? 5 if l . 2 , l 4 A l H -sf' ,. r f , -. N, ,.,Y',f 5 2 1 lxl -"wg , F 'sf GLIIDANC 2 l Miss Anne McNaIIey xx yr , ar f- .---:al - A X Miss Barbara Putnam with Carole Seavey. Mr. John Frabofta if 7 Mr. Robert DeCoste MF- JOhI1 MacLeod Mrs Wllhelmma Donlan Mrs Gertrude Qunrk S L ,f N ,YQJGEJ w:E,,1,w . V. f yr .W .54 ,..'? -.5 0 , Mrs Barbara Silva CUSTODI L STAFF 1 X - W 1 - . 4' , . U . fr , ' ,NE . Q ' - ' 'P v "' 53. E GLI H , l Mr. John Whelan Deparfme Head nf Miss Martha Patari f4"ln 'gf- fs, A 4, fs- Qt , Miss Irene Kline gl' M aural 5?yf9'fr ., we? , A. yy Mrss Mary Terry ...pafl Mr. Theodore Mr. Paul Carney Dada l 'QB' . , 35-.""' Mr. John Hussey A?-5 3 x Mr. Girard Hottlernan Mr. Charles Savage Z 4.5 Miss Florence Mr. Henry Schlickman Joseph FSH Mrs. Barbara Leventer W "' fa.--H X -.4.,: "Run, Jane, run N? ,.......4,....,,,......,..,.N..-........,,...,.-,,.. . -1l 1 3 s., h V , '- 153131 5 ,Sim 5 LJ I ar, X A, I 1 1 A I I Mrs. Mary Ann Mr. Charles Mr. Henry Dunn Hayden Fortler "And here's a little number that I picked up in Paris." I7 Mr. Walter Dupuis Librarian e i I ,. ,fr 5-,. 4 ..sI:s.,..,-as 1 H2 Mg LIBR RY " ir- ' L ' 'H i s . .N , 4-X X . k ' 'fx ,A fm ww 'limi - iii i arrrfm in Q min :.-up :snug i :nun 1 ,ummm .4 Z 1 l , l 1-11 44"' f 'i A 293 s 6 .XXX ,f But WHY would anyone leave his crib sheets in a library book? 3, 'N y 'f?2WA iysifap st' 'SX f + ' w, eu PN ,itll Department Head Miss Norma Stapleton I V' 'ff 'T737 rf '- if 1' Miss Claire Mrs Mary Mrs Germaine BGVHWIHUVUG Faheriy ST Maurice Miss Louise Blystone 'Sl f .-nsws. 'fb- r,r,' ,fri 6, Mrs. Ruth Dineen X tr. 5. . A fu I? Lr i- QCCLIP TIONAL TRAINING 1 ' , ,ff"'f, Q . ' nv: ,, K Wifi? - - '-4, ' ' -. "1 2.-iz dv , . rv-1 L . 5 ir 1 ' ff! 5 S7 , sk rf ,MJ gf ,, Miss Evalina Mr. Roger Miss Patricia Lourenco Brown Burns DRI ER EDLICATIO . ui? 12. If you don't want 10 run off the road ff' .f I 1 "And then fhe officer said, 'You are to appear in court Q i SGCIAL STU DIE L,,,,. 'NI fu 'fs 2 1 4 A K K. . 1 u , .uf R- ,X- fff' 'T 1-1 " ' QA wx '26-""' -N ---a Mr. Fred Bayes Department Head Mr. John Crotfy :Q Ama vs. N 7 4 , J 3,52 f tra . r , .. , ri: an f- .r , , ., ,L 1 'R' 3 H 4. anna QIYKT! Italian? f,'14'F1 i.ln1uftal1, 1 110111 ii?"-.- --.. sw-0-- 2"""" """"""""""'ft:f::, I In nuliil l :V ,:,,,,,.,Q :I M sm :Said gr fn. an-ni1nllfA 5. 2-we waiuzllg fy it ituilf f' f'f---fr ag E nw- aww- 1 If Ia.: Eva: I In UI! - N353 I walummn ull: Mr Richard Dargan 'sv s,,,4- f we ,fax Ni" Mr. James McGiIIivray 4, f f 'QM' gm Mr John O Brien M, fl 61 -f 299 -Hfvf' , yy i 2 gg .flaw .K 'ff in Mr. James Mrs. Betty Peters "Do you really have to go?" Turner "About that opening in the shipping department . "You're sure this isn't Fred's Dairy Bar?" LMI i , 1 4 45 ,....-v I ., ..--s L Vw iw' N.. Mr. Joseph Mr. Paul Murray Bordeleau Nor shown: Miss Karen Mumma ,075 Miss Mary Conway ' USIC ' iii y A Cappella Choir entertains at Christmas Concert. LM! SCIENC IXQD! L.. Mr Harold Louder Department Head Mr. Winthrop Smith '-020' ,f Q, v---' 77 Mr. Jerald Race Mr John Dune-en Mr W. R. Mr. Lutwig O Connell Stepanian . .Ma . ,. .,:.,w v "ff yff 243. -4, 2-"i" gp, f. 2 152,51 r"fl'4fe f .Sw aft 5.2 'Z-1, " . ,.fq,, t., i ffigf 1' , 'ft my ' Kb ' 'J,7'rf V7.7 'S .,.,, .- ' 'wt ,J - '.' git.. 'I 1 'init ff ,,1 .,.1,f ri'ri ',.,-. 4? I. , , ,', 'ff' - r .f" Mr. James Connor she- S N Miss Nancy Nichols ,mn- -.g Mr. Alvan White RT s 5- . s 'J ,L ZUL is Milfs 11 i Qlfagsfii fi . - , V 'Ulu I iv' E vi. 'Ii-5. i s 'A - 4' rfy V K 't T i M 'KAL I H, -s ' ' i is 1 ,ff 5 2 i , , HY' ,, , in ' xii . , ' , . ' 4 'has mow- I' if 1: 1-ai ' Y' ' fl f 1 V ' !,f I . 'Eggs f 7 9 A , ,Y if , 4 A 1 E35 6 ,, f f -, ,J Jfswfg,-.x?f, A gl M! : .w 1.453-,E :f . ,qv 'VX Miss Marion Kubacki i Th Department Head , ,yas 4 ,145 ,, 199 Mr. Neal Cotton I if 553435 3 ,Y,,,4 ,,,, ' I , 5 3 ' ,A V1 N . 5 .K-if . if Q35-5-?w'.Qf If I ,ggi I ' A ip J 1 fi 7 . , I s a i 1 f ' si ,532 f 'wi' is ,---....- gtfgw-... r1',,l J' 131. ,l Cf" ,,,, X'-1 ff' l ,L f .',f -,za ny p.. 1' v MATH EMATICS ,f .a"" dh I I Jllfnilizxli-' lin' willy.:-ti-mifilllh H , f ef ' 7 1:1 ff. '414 : - M A . 1 , , ' 2. , X ,,' if 1 W . , ,. 1. , . , . f -,,g: .W Q . ,Hs "9-'in , X 1 V ,HZ .. ",.:511. -V ., , , '- , Iv fel-V 1. Q5 514 fig - 51- 15:14. ,f IF , 1,1 v, , '. .E I .141 ' fr 1 1 ho ,. , ,,. .. .VT , .,f.,.,,.,, L TN. 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Mrs. Patricia Mrs. Nancy Cook HCME ECGNCMICS Keith gg vw il! 5 1 nl- 'eff 1 . .,,..,e-1 Y. IQ N44 ff' A f--gf. L-1 at .,f' q rcrfz, I DU TRI L RTS 'W' Mr. Otto Salak Department Head ' , 7 -..-a-if ,F X, Mr. Frank Reale Mr. Thomas Mr. Frederick McKnight l v- a 9 4 5 1 i f , d 5, ima ' 4' 5 1 Qwlpr, 1 "lr" fini' f 1-,1C.A- iv Hohn .1 .rf .10 Mr. Clifford Mr. Paul Feindel Kosky mini! I Il I' Il ll .75 Purnfncatnon of water by dustnllatnon Measurmg solutuons nn sem: microscopic qualutahve G0-0 0-00 04-0-0-000-00-O0-0 0-0-G0 -0009-0-0-0-0 0000000000 0000000000 000000000 000000000 F'Y"""-in' it 8 m 8 7? X L , H BUSINESS . N nf, lk Miss Anna Kirby Department Head Mr. Dominic DeII'OIio -:si . 'hu' Q'-1 f 4. 1 -..--V S Q , 7: . '. .Mask ,,., 1W ,,y .,.5 j1 I ,Q X, I ,.,:gq,?a.'ga: -gi. -' f .3 I :I ' J ffl? V53 ':?"'1' f5Q5?5'fl," if ' - Mrs. Grace Spifa Mrs. Barbara Miss Catherine Myrick Delaney in Mr. Joseph Lopes Mr. Stephen Mr. Bernard George Zecker 3 mg lr '-y H,wl,,,,,4,,.:!xw,!q.w,,N,M ,J3,JL,::jj1:fQ1:j,x:I,:u'jgJnQ, N U ,. M ,. , , :""' f::'::f':zW:w1'lim'M' W:WW?1,ll1:?'U"'F1'W . ,W .ww .B '.,U l ' I f-Q! XJ, 'gy 'KL ' AJ TAN Q7f , ff r ltyxl- may m ,+I 5534" ' -ai , lx W xx w , I,',1MU, ILM ' L Q I 4 'w-ww X l V 6 : y11qp1'g- W1 , , ' 'NA , ,, 4 N W .wwmx X 5- H 2 w lvxlwiwm lg!! 'X L' wpywwtl L X- tu J' ,I xv 'mu Wx A N , - X rl! . , ' Q ,,u,,u,.I E f X 1 R g XA ' M u 5' 1 ' XA 1' A , I y i 3 41 gt E 'ZX XM 1 1 qahfr Wi I Mr. William Summers Department Head i ASN 0' few jx My Mr. Frederick Miss Verna Steeves Moberg -xl Miss Jacqueline Mr. Angelo Diggs Insalaco PHYSICAL EDLICATIO :Qi J X- . v1N,' I ln, A.,h F L . ' 5 -, I x Q.. ,f v' is: W Y A 1 If s ' "" ' , ---- -.Q J XS 1 f Ai 6 f- " f 7' 5 J 43 ww '23, z'f 1, ACTIVITIES I L. to R., Linda Saunders, Treasurer, Paul Fiske, President, Tim Berringer, V.P.p Pam Britnell, Secretary. SENIOR STEERI G COMMITTEE 46 rw 1: ' 1 ffl' 5.1-2 A Mrs. Mary Faherty Class Advisor SENIOR LASS OFFICERS The Senior Class Steer- ing Committee has provided this year's senior class with an'unusually stimulating cal- endar of events-such as the Football Dance, Senior Play, and many graduation activ- ities. Another admirable aim admirably achieved: provid- ing examples of leadership to underclassmen. Row 7, L. to R., Mrs. Faherty, T. Gogliormella, J. Gross, K. Swanson, I. Carmell, W. Nichols. Row 2, G. Fisher, L. Monroe, G. Barnicle, J. Curran, S. Fromkin, D. Welch. Row 3, D. Toran, K. Hunt, R. Kondrat, W. Brown, S. Smith. Row 4, T. Berringer, L. Saunders, P. Britnell, P. Fiske. KEY CLUB The Key Club aims to develop initiative and leadership in school and community service proiects, to serve the whole school and the town of Framingham as vvell, to prepare for useful citizenship by hard work and unselfish devotion. To fulfill these aims, the Key Club sponsors various school activities, such as the Candy Sale, Car Wash, Key Club Dance, its members work for the United Fund, March of Dimes, Mus- cular Dystrophy campaigns. This year the Key Club sent 15 packages to servicemen in Vietnam at Christmas, gave S75 to the Salvation Army for the needy, donated books to the town library, assisted in the Toys for Tots campaign. l 1 .er X Senior Directors, D. Toran, F. Donahue, Chaplain, S. Zigman, Secretary, R. Kondratg V.P., H. Gaynor, Presi dent, S. Silverstein, Treasurer, B. White, Sophomore Director. L. Morse, Junior Directors, P. Davis, D MacKinnon. , ... . ,s in.-.. . 1. f.,s , '. A+: f ' .' ' A .'f.4'f'ill,.'jf5 .1 45,221 26 'f3Q'-l"Q1,.,- fl f fe. 'I 'Z 5 T . . Lf' Mr. Charles Savage, Advisor. l Row l, B. White, S. Zigman, R. Kondrat, H. Gaynor, S. Silverstein, I.. Morse, F. Donahue, D. Toran, P. Davis, D. MacKinnon. Row 2, P. Horton, S. Levy, R. Narey, D. Sherbarth, E. Bres- ner, H. Woolf, D. O'Herrick, R. Sharp- stein, E. Hollingshead, D. Balfour. Row 3, J. Parmenter, H. Bresner, J. DeLuca, F. Sullivan, M. Klein, D. Murray, J. Byer, R. Mills, R. Ward. Row 4, C. Beasley, K. Smith, T. Komola, C. Daw- son, J. Nelson, G. Berenson, J. Mac- lnnis, M. Bushey, J. Whelan, P. Cotton, R. Payne, D. Keleher, M. Rosemark. .ai 47 ' ' JU IOR ' C CLASS QFFICER Q . K The Junior Class sponsors the Ag 0 Prom and the Variety Show, two m'M"" events that highlight the school L. to R., Howard Gaynor, Treasurer, Judi Buchner, Secretary, Chris DuBose, President, Geoffrey Smith, year, Vice President. JU IOR STEERI G CCMMITTEE 48 The Steering Committee leads the class in all its activities and organizes the class in prepara- tion for the all-important senior year. Mrs. Nancy Keith, Class Advisor. Row 1, L. to R. Mrs. Keith, S. Casey, S. Curran, S. Silverman, C. Elander, K. Mancini, K. Barnum, Mr. Jolie. Row 2, C. Ju, W. Smith, G. Armstrong, S. Edwards, L. Cella, L. Maley. Row 3, J. Cooper, J. Buchner, C. DuBose, G. Smith, H. Gaynor, P. Cotton. 1 l l l l i i 1 l i qw P f ' li X Row 7, L. to R., Mr. Crotty Cadvisorl, T. Gogliormella, G. Barnicle, J. Gross, P. Burnem lpresidentl P. Cotton, S. Yeatoh, B. Mesite P Britnell Row 2, K. Mancini, H. Gaynor, J. Dadman, L. Sandler, C. Ju, B. Low, K. Hurt, G. Smith, J. Buchner, Row 3, L. Maley, B. Webb, C. Dubose G Whelan, M. Bushey, R. Rondrat, P. Fiske, J. Gouper, R. Schneider. TLIDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an active organization devoted to promoting school standards and acting upon business concerning student welfare and student proi- ects. Being the representative voice of all the Astu- dents, the council works with full cooperation of the lx W1 Christmas Proiect Candi' Sale high school faculty and administration. However the Council's main duty is to the students, coordinating school activities, organizing extracurricular functions and running annual proiects. lt is one of the most active governmental bodies working within the school The purpose of the Marshal Force is to aid the school in securing the cooper- ation of the student body in maintaining order, discipline, and g o o d citizenship about the school. l Z I ella.: Row 7, L. to R., Mr. McGillivray Kadviserj, D. Sherbath, J. Whelan, S. Frumpkin, T. Carey, B. Kelly, W. Smith, P. Heary, S. Ward, D. Murry, T. Holmes, Row 2, J. O'Leary, J. Demeo, P. Feiler, M. Achmackian, S. Merchant, C. Keefe, L. Cella, C. Bonez, D. Heary, Row 3, J. Vrabel, G. Kelly, S. Casy, P. Tarbox, K. Barnum, L. Monace, T. Vrabel, J. Nelson, D. Vassar, Row 4, M. Law- erence, J. Deluca, D. Greloti, J. Fitsgerald, C. Cutler The purpose of this club is to supple- ment the Latin class- room by opening doors to a new world of information about this ancient and fas- cinating culture, and to promote more in- terest in the classics. Membership is limit- ed to students who have completed Latin 1. Regular officers are elected each year. 50 FNHS MARSHAL JU IOR C ASSICAL LEAGUE WC Row 1, L. to R., Mrs. Faherty Qadvisorl, C. Roseman CCor. Sec.D, M. Holtham fVice Pres.J, M. Leavitt CPresldentj, C. Bertozzi iTreas.D, S. Grugan lRec. Sec.l, A. Levin, T. Tester, Row 2, H. Bresner, S. Silverman, C. Seavey, M. Lombard, C. Carley, N. Andelman, J. DiAngeli, N. Siegel, Row 3, R. Drinkwater, V. Taylor, L. Saunders, S. Whiting, J. Gobron, K. Swansen, Row 4, K. Barnum, C. Mundth, B. Carley, V. Bowen, L. Weisgerber, H. Kelly, D. Murray, Not Shown, N. Berkovich, T. Rudoasky, R. Cotton MATH iuuuu LLI B The Math Club has been organized to bring Together those qualified stu- dents who Wish to share in the cultural and creative aspect of one of the great- est creations of the human mind. Row I, L. to R., G. Sutton, S. Taylor, C. Bertozzi, P. Burnim, J. Berringer, C. Ju, S. Wax, Row 2, Mr. Di Domenico iaclvisori, L. Sandler, S. Golder, Mr. Falco, E. Leskowitz, M. Galner, Mr. Hannigan. NATIONAL H0 OR SQCIETY Row 1, L. to R., V. Simpson, N. Siegel, D. Gilpin, T. Gogliomella, M. Holtham, L. Saunders, L. Gerhardt, M. Lombard. Row 2, P. Tarbox, M. Norby, K. Swanson, S. Zigman, C. Mundth, S. Silverstein, B. White, Miss Berthiaume iadvisorl, Not Shown, C. Bertozzi, M. Vance, R. Cotton. The National Honor Society was es- tablished to encour- age and recognize students who are out- standing in scholar- ship, character, lead- ership and service. The National Honor Society strives to em- phasize academic and social accomplish- ments of its mem- bers through ioint ef- fort in cooperative school activities. LIBRARY AIDES Row 1, L. to R., J. Harty, M. Benway, B. Sorrie, M. Cheyt, J. Ellison, S. Fromkin, G. Fisher, Row 2, Mr. Dupuis, R. Hooper, J. Arbour, B. McCarthy, C. Bertozzi, P. Desrosiers, P. Burnim, L. Saunders, l. Carmell, M. Holtham, D. Heary, J. Whelan The work of the library aides includes such duties as processing and shelving books, and delivering office messages. The Library, itself, offers to the students much in the way of reference material, texts, periodicals, and general circulation books. Through the use ofthe Library, students will be able to realize their obiectives by broadening their minds and extending their formal education. is ?"' 1:--f .-., f R-for - 11" ine. Row 1, L. to R., G. Slatkavitz, C. Quinn, C. Metzger, J. Mellor, S. Tyler, P. Doane, C. Sutton, B. Bennett. Row 2, S. Lorton, W. Webb, M. Bushey, R. Hooper, R. Haley. 52 PARTAN fi. Nancy Seigel and Mr. Carney, advisor l SPARTAN EDITORS Seated: Nancy Siegel, Mr. Carney Standing: Carol Seavey, Bob Hooper, Gail Levine, Dan Heary Jeanne Heath Missing: Cynthia Roseman The Spartan, Through the efforts of its staff, serves to in- form all students of the various activities of their school. It gives students and teachers an eye view of various school programs through informative interviews and editorials. By way of the Spartan, those interested in journalism are presented with a chance to show their capabilities in school publication. The staff and ad- visor attend various iournalism conferences during the school year in order to supplement their knowledge, and offer North High School a most satisfactory newspaper. SPARTAN STAFF Row i, L. to R., N. Featherman, N. Bresner, S. Silverstein, J. Heath, B. Hooper, N. Siegel, D. Heary, C. Seavey, M. Ente, B. Stumpf, Mr. Carney. Row 2 DuBose, M. Bushey, B. Wheet, C. Bertozzi, A. Alex, B. Carley, M. Patterson, 5- Whifing, P- Berman- Row 31 D- Keleher, Nl- l-aWrSr1Ce, C. Andleman D Sharpstein, D. Belfour, D. Woolverton, J. Edwards, C. Samoluk. I F Row l, L. to R., M. Wing, D. Marshall, M. Scoulos, M. Lombard, C. Andelman, A. Marcus, G. Andelman, L. Tibbett, S. Golder, W. Stevenson, G. Sutton, G. Dauer, M. Kaplan, D. Toran, R. Thompson, Mr. Fortier Cadvisori McNitf, G. Levine, D. Mellor. Row 2, J. Hargrove, M. The Debating Club is formed for students gumentation, and formal debates, which give the who have an interest in expressing their ideas members valuable experience in poise and proper through discussions, public speaking, reasoned ar- delivery of speech on an intellectual level. DEB TE CLLIB Row 1, L. to R., E. Hollingshead, R. Mills, M. Sugarberg, P. Simon, W. Brown, K. Hunt. Row 2, B. Ward, C. Mascot, B. Millman, D. MacKinnon. CCMMUNICATIONS CLUB The purpose of the Com- munications Club is to create an interest in such fields as lighting, sound, optics, trans- parencies, and the technical aspects of communications, while performing a service to the school. Row I, L. to R., D. Mansell, E. Gagnon A Libby P Britnell F Murphy S Ward T Saupe S James K Werner Row 2 Miss Kubacki Cadvisorl M. Ente, E. Marko, S. Srndt, P. Harris E Witt P Foss D Bernard: C Burbee The main Qbiecfive of fhe An Club .5 10 prg to work in areas of their interest The true work mote and further the understanding of basic art of aff IS but 8 Shadow of the divine perfection principles. It functions to widen its members ap MlCl'lel6f'lQ6lO preciation of art and provides extra time for them The Radio Club, operat- ing its own amateur radio sta- tion and communicating with other radio amateurs, seeks to further the interests and advancement of its members in the field of radio, and to assist the nonlicensed mem- bers in becoming amateur ra- dio operators. LITERARY MAGAZIN E--"AU RCRA" llllllllll The purpose of the Literary Magazine is to give students who have an interest in and a flair for creative writing an op- portunity to see their work in print. The Aurora is published twice a year, winter and spring, and is advised by Mr. Hottleman. E-1 1 Row 1, L. to R., A. Patterson, T. Soodak, S. Taylor, C. Bertozzi, D. Mellor, K. Swanson, M. Holtham. Row 2, K. Kenney, J. Bertozzi, J. Dubose, J. Wood, D. Freeman, D. Hatch. Absent, C. Seavey, S. Lewis, M. Leavitt Row i, L. to R., C. Samoluk LSec.J, K. Berry CCo. Treas.J, L. Kladky LCo. Treas.J, D. Fair fPres.J, A. Levin fVice Pres.J, P. Feiler, fRec. Sec.J, K. Barnum, lCor. Sec.J. Row 2, Work Shop, M. Wing, E. Lanney, D. Marshall, A. Pat- terson, E. McDonough, J. Singer, N. Coyne, S. Morin, M. S Sculos, K. Norby. Row 3, S. Stein, J. Dean, P. Lanney, J. Bogosian, Miss Kline Ladvisorl, P. Paradis, V. Mesite, L. Burchill, Row 4, S. Casey, S. Hayes, L. Sleeper, G. McNiff, L. Weisgerber, D. Main, P. Flynn, J. O'Malley, B. Green, C. Pompile, Row 5, H. Smith, J. Neal, S. Dubinsky, M. Balfour, E. Seaberg, V. Foster, S. Dubinsky, S. Maxwell, W. Stevenson, A. Brown, F. Kittredge, P. Harris. Row 6, N. Lukianov, K. Sutton H. Murtogh, M. Price, S. Belonis, M. Sharbey, V. Foster, J. Antonucci, G. Faber, C. Christianson, T. Tester, P. Finkel, A. Kuszmiec, S. Moan, E. Witt. Row 7, C. Martin, P. Samoluk, L. Grugan, F. Clarb, A. Bersenbrugge, S. Stagg, E. Marco, R. Reynolds, P. Foss, E. Harberts. iq, t 'Y t-Keira' DRAMA LUB Under the direction and guidance of Miss Kline and President Deb- orah Fair, the Drama Club has presented such enter- taining plays as "The Dab- blers" and "The Mad Breakfast." The members have also put on per- formances in the Drama Guild Festival. BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF Row I, L. to R., G. Barnicle, T. Carey, R. Wernick, M. Chyet, P. Low, W. Smith, A. Levin, Row 2, S. Graham, S. Wadness, J. Ellison, J. Neal, L. Weissgerber, K. Barnum, D. Freeman, M. Sandman, A. Neal. Row 3, B. Kelly, L. Sonis, B. Sorrie, C. Kerry, B. McCarthy, B. Wheet. It is the responsibility of the Business and Advertising Staff to supply the Yearbook with enough funds to accommodate its needs, anol to make the Archon a success- ful publication . . . With the aid of Mr. Zecker, the staff solicits and lays out the ads, obtains subscriptions, and promotes the sale of the Yearbook. Marcie Chyet and Cheryl Silverman worked together as Business Man- agers. School spirit is a key word at Framing- ham North, and a group that does more than its share in perpetuating this spirit is the Pep PEP SQU D Squad- Officers of the Pep Squad are Barbara Kelly Pres Susan Graham Sec Catherine Sweeney Treas 1' 13 xl xx I J BICGRAPHY AN ERSE STAFF The purpose of this committee is to write the biographies of the Senior Class which appear in the Archon. This year's staff was ably directed by Marsha Leavitt, Biog- f' l' .4 --- H-sw.. V'- fflllll 'Q raphy and Verse Editor. 'X H JF . QV. L X I N , T' L it pl Row 7, L. to R., B. Mesite, S. Taylor, M. Holtham, M. Leavitt, M. Deady, K. Bowen, J. Dukelon, Row 2, J. Norby, K.Swanson, C. Andelman, M. Patterson, M. Berkovich. SCIENCE SEMINAR The Science Seminar is a program designed to aid students in various fields of scientific research, under the supervision of professional scientists. The students' work takes place at the U.S. Army-Natick Labs, and is coordinated by Dr. Edward Degering and Mr. Joseph Ciccolo. ROW 7, L. to R., C. Bertozzi, Dr. Degering, Dr. Seiling, C. Ju, Row 2, S. Golder, D. Lopes, J. Cooper, S. Wax, Cdirectori. Absent: L. Tibbert, Mr. Ciccolo, R. Cotton, L. Koolkin. ANC-JLIAGE LABORATORY MO ITQRS . .- 1 5 i i E 5 5 , . .. I . The Language Lab ' ' Monitors assist the for- -. . eign language teachers . A in the operation of the - I ' 1 lab, in making small re- ! .- ' pairs and in helping to N V, , maintain the equipment , , in good running condi- 5.-- A . tion. V .ly --.1 Row 1, L. to R., R. Sharpstein, L. Sandler, S. Larkin, K. Litvin, S. Belonis, P. Kaufman, T. Dineen, A. Bersenbrugge, T. McDonough, N. Lukianov, T. Soodak, C. Christianson, Mr. Hayes Cadvisort, Row 2, M. Bushey, H. Bresner, B. Millman V. Eichel, S. Madyda, B. Burgess, J. Enright, L. Lunergan, P Myer, P. Paradis, S. Dubinsky, S. Tyler, C. Martin, P. Foss. Row 3, K. Geller, P. Kuehne, W. Brown, R. Grelotti, J. Perkins, J. Murphy,-M. Patterson, J. Bertozzi, L. Vanderburgh, W. Whelan, G. Saperia, D. Hotch. 58 FRENC LLIB The purpose of the French Club is to stimulate interest in the French language, to increase the student's fluency in the language while learning more about the culture of the country, and to provide an opportunity to hear and use conversational French by taking part in the varied programs. l lil Hill sf lit kg - .Ld l' ' Q-ll l Row 7, L. to R., L. Foss, N. Featherman, L. Palmer, C. Bertozzi, N. Newman, T. So Metzger. Row 2, C. Christensen, N. Siegal, C. Seavey, L, Gerhardt, S. Hoffer, J. J. Green, A. Neal, S. Cunningham, J. O'Leary, Mr. Hales fadvisorb, Row 3, J. K Simpson, W. Webb, R. Vassar, M. Bushey, B. Cicerello, J. Martis, E. Leskowitz. S ANISH LUB The members of the Spanish Club become acquainted with the Spanish and Spanish-Amen ican cultures through literature, films, music, songs of the various Spanish-speaking countries, and through the practice of the language in con- versation and plays. Cadvisorl Miss Stapleton, Members, M. Brass, J. Larson, R. Taylor, D. Gilpin, S. Holster, C. Bain, M. Geiman, C. Pompile, D. Mellor. t ' lll.i'.l'l' lll lil llilllfllllllldl l- 'ill A--if The purpose of the X ,I I I mr H l Chess Club is to develop bet- 9 L ' ter quality chess playing it l l l J it "" S among the members, and to give training and practice for l the Framingham North inter- T l scholastic chess team. The club participates in the an- gl nual tournament for the North High championship, and competes in the West Suburban Chess League. Advisor: Mr. Bayes, L. to R., J. Slofnick, B. Millman, M. Brass, S. Golder, H. Bresner, G. Saperia. l PRODUCTICN STAFF Q- 1 ..,, 1 1 43 5' . -'ffliiwf ..,.-an 4. ARCHON TYPISTS: Seafed, Faye Kilfridgef Sfanding, Cynthia Parmenier, SPARTAN PRINTERS, L. to R. Wayne Tayes, Joe McManus, Paul Nichols, Debbie Travis, Nancy Berkovich. Mark Kaplan. Q lllllllllllllllllmll llllll ig . il . ll - 4 iii. f ' WUI " lun... ' - "f1 W '- E953 l : c fvg A is . , V ,Q '14 N+.,g,, ,J 's l 1 uk SPARTAN TYPISTS, seated L. to R., L. DeFilippo, N. Buser, J. Kelley, D. Cavicchio, M. Blatt, L. Buchner, G. Barnicle, standing L. fo R., S. Roche, J. Arbour, M. Skerrif, N. Waife, J. Carney, P. Oliveri, G. Fisher, P. Pasciuti. 60 ,fa X F, . g4z,'1 if 1'9" FEATURES mf 'ill X f v 4 xl 5 1 D 5 i .i ' i 1' JU IOR PROM f . ,lr X -0 'J U' Nd . f N K . . N . Second from right, Prom Queen Connie Caravassos. The gym was transformed into a strange and beautiful place for our Junior Prom whose theme was "Through the Looking Glass." The night was warm, the music was sweet and we too were transformed, iust for a night. L. to R., P. Andrews, Wayne Brown, Linda Saunders, Robert Singer, Pam Britnell, Larry Natoli, Janice Curran, Paul Fiske. 3-1 TMJ' This year's Candy Sale winners are, from L. to R,, Mike Low, second placeg Larry Bianchi, first placeg Patricia Doane, third place. ' s l Exit CANDY SALE 'i-l.-- .mm ali uhm if ...www- L... 1115 GH' lm,.l The first box of fudge is purchased by Mr. Cavanagh. N. Not a cavity in a carload . . . we hope. As in the past, the goal of this year's Candy Sale, sponsored by the Student Council, was to raise money for charitable organizations. And raise money we did! Close to S800 was collected from profits on the sale of the fudge. Student Council members prepare to distribute candy to classmates, ff-5-M D J. p-Ag... 'sf .' 2' ,mf ,P .,,,,,.. v .Q44 ..- f 3, x 1 I 9' . , X 1 S .ui li Fla Yr- 'fx It was football season. It wasn't uncommon to see a green and gold uniform carrying the ball over the last field stripe. We played tough games: we won, we lost. This year we played a highly favored league champion team from Framingham South, the "longest" game of the season. We came out on top with a score of 12-6 and walked off the field with a smile and the Jack Daniels Trophy. Because of the following of fans, Framing- ham North became known in the Bay State League as the school with the team spirit and the team with the school spirit. il wg 1 8 It is 1. . Q 9 I. alll"' 'iff I , A-Q W ,F . . af JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL "' "" ' T 'I W T ' ' id an , yi . sf 5180 4 'si at '15 'T A Y-..-.....-e',.x F-v 1965 SCHEDULE ' Opp. North M' ' Natick . . .8 0 'Q Norwood 16 0 Braintree f . . . . 14 18 1 Wellesley Ve?" 1. .... 0 8 Dedham . . . . 8 6 Needham . . . . 12 16 South . . .25 0 Milton . . . . . O 12 Walpole . . . . . 6 14 1 'jfj,aws,g,fs.- ' .,.,a, Front row, L. to R., J. Creedon, T. Vrabel, M. Boyle, R. Reschnitz, S. Snyder, M. Reardon, E. Kerr, D. Scherbarth, R. Mastrangelo, R. Feeley, S. Parker, second row, Coach M. Dineen, J. Moore, J. Ewald, P. Watson, P. Cahill, S. Greenberg, D. Lavallee, M. Bresner, R. Myer, J. DeLuca, R. Payne, M. Levine, Coach Kavanagghg third row, A. DiMuzio, G. Kelly, R. Dagg, J. MacAlpine, M. Gagen, J. Hobin, J. Ward, M. Ahearn, D. Cella. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL "- 1 1 1 " 1 fi 1 '- 1 1 Tl t 8 1 1 1 gr . 1965 SCH EDULE Opp. North Kennedy-Natick " . . . . . 0 30 Wilson-Natick o 28 , Coolidge-Natick 1 A . . . . 30 6 Wellesley . . . . 38 12 Pollard-Needham . . . . 12 6 Newman-Needham . . . . . 6 0 South . . 22 16 Walpole 0 30 Front row, L. to R., A. Mancuso, R. Webb, M. Raymond, B. Curran, J. Jewell, H. Proudman, A. Goldman, T. Larson, V. Chew, R. Gaines, K. Blades, K. Olson, second row, R. Gogliormella, R. Karb, J. Neal, M. Creager, M. Sexton, J. Turnan, J. McManus, M. Macura, C. Musgrove, J. Curtis, J. Hayes, C. Palmer, W. Green, Mr. Summers, third row, S. Patischman, R. Lackman, W. Tuffs, J. Giammarinaro, M. Timm, R. Arndt, J. Anderson, B. Bowan, R. Burke, M. Cotton, J. McKinley, P. McNeil, Assistant Coach Turner, Coach Trychon. Mgr. R. Berends not shown. 80 1965-66 SCHEDULE Opp. North Natick .... . . .68 59 Braintree ...... 76 114 Wellesley ...4.. 61 58 gm, , Milton .. ...42 57 542 ilglgyl south .... . . .63 53 Needham ...... 68 53 H I Norwood ..... 61 63 S4 Tl Dedham ... . . .52 58 4 Natick . . . . .69 53 Walpole .. .. .59 57 Braintree . . . . .69 63 Wellesley ...... 53 64 Milton .... . . .61 80 South ..... . . .55 78 Needham ..... 69 87 Norwood ..... 63 67 Dedham ...... 63 79 Walpole ...... 54 64 Center, Co-Captains Lou Griffith and Jim Carey, back row, L. to R., Assistant Managers D. Balfour and R. Hooper, C. Dawson, A. Levine, J. Moore, D. Toran, J. High, D. Leard, C. DuBose, P. Ramsey, H. Gaynor, M. Ahearn: manager Frank Sullivan, Coach John L. Hussey. Absent, J. Dadmun, M. Galnor, R. Kaufman, W. Stevenson, Man- ager A. Marcus. BA KETBALL Our basketball team is well-respected in the Bay State League. Due to a slow start, we were never contenders for the championship, but when the second half of the season rolled around and we were at full strength, there wasn't a team in the league that didn't dread stepping on the court with the Framingham five from North. j '-sang. , f I Q-if ,....f,. x N1 Zn' 1 A . ,ff VARSITY BASKETBALL Q. 9 S 7' Q Q 82 1 I Tl! 1 . 12 'J r"'5"ll ' , l , g0l?l',y mr tm' mfr 54 io' , ao 1 l xl' , KNO J 1 it . 1 lr tiki!! S5939 -rv ll "51J,h 4 if stfsag 50" Front row, L .to R., R. O'Donnell, R. Payne, J. Moriarity, D, Marino, R. Rechnitz, W.' Whelan, back row, Coach Halli- dayl, L. Morse, J. Proctor, J. Ward, D. Northway, S. Snyder, D. Hill, W. Goodwin, Manager M. Antell. Absent, G. Berenson. BASKETBALL FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1965-66 SCHEDULE JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 1965-66 SCHEDULE Opp. North Natick .... Braintree .. North . . . Milton . . . South .... Needham . Norwood .. Dedham . . Natick . . . Walpole . . . Braintree .. Wellesley . . Milton . . . South .... Needham . Norwood .. Dedham . . . Walpole . . . Opp. North Wilson 32 39 , y K y Newman K 4 -5 46 32 ' ' ' Wellesley . .... 33 28 Pollard ,V . 1 ' 1' A 29 28 I A A , Kennedy 1 H l W 37 40 1 I .2 Coolidge T' fl 50 41 H -Q , . . li y t saiffh..75 44 ff ,r 4'5"-LC Lf' V1 , Wi son - ' " ' ' 'Tp A 63 55 sg!f31'4" 11+-1..fQ2f1-?".. Newman ., . , . 4 2 . . , ao 40 - g 4 1 Wellesley yyily , , y yy ,. qw.: 37 26 me as f-'B Pollard ' ' ' ' 36 31 Front row, L. to R., W. Carroll, G. Kershaw, T. Brown, R. Webb, R. Hill, R. Gaines, R. Burke, D. Travers Litvn A Kennedy Werksman, back row, K. Reardon, C. Swain, M. Cotton, C. Palmer, F. Jewell, S. Laurence, M. Hadson A Goldman S - . - . 23 44 Hammond, R. Berends, Coach Hester. Collidge 41 40 South ..68 51 ll' HOCKEY Clear the ice for Framingham North! There's nothing like a hockey game tor tast-moving action, and the team from North this year was always good tor sparking those three periods with lust that type ot action. The game they played against South, though a O-O deadlock, was a tribute to our team, and anyone who saw the game will not soon forget it. 1965-66 SCHEDULE Opp. Braintree ... . . .2 Natick .... .. .2 Wellesley .. ...O Needham . . . . .3 South ..... .. .3 Norwood . . .. .5 Dedham . . .. .5 Milton .... .. .O Walpole . . .. .6 Braintree .. . . .1 Natick . .. .. .4 Wellesley . . .. .3 South .... . . .O Needham . .. .2 Norwood . . . . .7 Dedham . . .. .3 Milton . .. .. .l Walpole . . . . .5 North 2 l l l O O l 6 l 5 l 1 O 1 l O 4 O Front row, L. to R., R. Fair, Captain T. Bagster, A. DiMuzio, Alt. Captain T. Berringer, T. Davis, R. Martin, back row, Manager R. Drinkwater, P. Hynes, M. Shepard, M. Reed, M. Boyle, Manager P. Davis, Coach James Turner. Absent, Alt. Captain J. O'Leary. ,145 f 84 i JUNIOR VARSITY Opp. Needham Natick .. Wellesley South . . Dedham South . . Walpole St. Marks Middlesex Dedham Norwood Milton .. Needham FRESHMAN HOCKEY Opp. Wellesley Natick . South .. Wellesley Natick . . Milton . South .. ,X MNIM4 NORTH x QHWNG45, fu 'gunnrrff ff 2 V' -1. Mk .,.,...f- yxlNGf, .9 44 .5 'X num ,......-.-.-4 -. f 1- " 1,-J? 55: ,f- :fu -1 ff+f"f' AJ. ' 11 ?'7"'f'J5':?1--iff? f' 1' .' -, . 'Pi . . L af, if-"x1,"+7-1'-'T ,' - .1---yfg? :J-, R n ,K . .. , , 4.4 XL "4 1 Q 'N' 1: D ., . 1 . -1 , "f,"i?'2 A . cle, ' ", - 7 I 4 ' " "QR, ,, .. ' ? 'L'1i""'-F95 , . , M ,T i.,3',iQQify yfgf 'A ,.." , ' , i- ', ' -.Mit 'wil Ia' 1 r 2.414-QS ff 1 ,L ni., v nz '--3,..l,,... ,ga I A N-J .gy-EY'-' ' Zn 1 . in' -4 '-..-4 a ll AQKHGF N r 3 w wx' . -. ' U 'A I i H' I , 7, x v ' ' -.1 6 ' ' w Ll A X 'Pg A. ax. Y h , ff' I X X' 53' I 'a ' ' ' gif 4 ,4 ' 2 if-'lf :ff ff 'l 2-in ' 1' 4 53" , I .luv 1 , V' .1 . C Q , yjvn gf ' Q I If ' SSL: Hin 15 1 Irvs zz I 3 . i 1 M. ...af i. ' """"H'0ww+- OO I, hulvlvx g. -w.M'4 - ' ,,,v"1' 1, . ll X A M-X, , . , ' 1 SCHEDULE Opp. Needham . . . . . . . 99 Milton .... 96 Norwood . . . . . . 89 Wellesley 106 Braintree ll7 South ...lO4 x 5 . GYMNASTICS What does it take to make a gym- nast? It takes skill, coordination, hours and hours of practice, as vvell as natural ability. 'And the gymnasts from Framing- ham North have got what it takes. The boys proved themselves time and time again, leaving audiences gasping-and opponents downed. . , , A li 17? , v A l ir . i if . - V t' .e,-.id-, . , ..,.,...,, .. ,. 19 ff North lOl lg? Hi 1 g ,. lgls inl ' "Qi v g it fi I F ir x 'ii 1 1 Front row, L. to R., S. Mancini, G. Palmer, P. Rene, Co-Captain R. Selvitella, Co-Captain J. Whelan, D. Heary, C Shaw, D. Howse, K. Blades, back row, Coach Steeves, Manager M, Rosemark, R. Turnan, R. Moffie, L. Jacobelli, J Rene, G. Particelli, H. Proudman, D. Selvitella, T. Moore, S. McCullough, Manager B. Glimcher. UW 'Q 1 5 .4 .63 an Xqxxwbin X4 40 I' NBRTH I ' 'r xnuqnn :upon . ,mn-KH ' HHQVQA U VY' """ ' 'A Ml Y w 4 " 7 f 1 , A x ' ' if new new up w if 2 f s 1 A IA I ' ' "1 L 15' ff N gf! fvf ' s A in x me 'V L I NORTH ,mum NORTH uuu uunumu TH fl uouuuuu lm uuumuu ' I 1 , Q ' nt row L to R B Bartolunu A Alex C Elander Co-Captain K Read CoCaptaun J Elluson Whutung T Carey l Zankowsku K Robunson back row G. Armstrong G Tedoldu K Berry K Sexton D Lothrop Muss Duggs lCoachJ D Travus K Kray L Romano, B. Gumbert N Coyne J Santugate FIELD HOCKEY The hughlught of the gurls tueld hockey season was an excut ung wun agaunst South the second un a row. Sparked by a new coach Muss Duggs the gurls had a hughly successful season show ung great endurance, abuluty and skull and proving that the female Spartans are certaunly as deadly a specues as the male Opp. Natick . Wellesley Walpole Needham Dedham Holliston South .. Braintree Norwood r - , -L we 4-qs Q .lv -,- ,tg 5.3, Q f kyi! W VA ffx,,1L'1, V 'vs--K..'w.-.1 ww' L8 gil? alirlig-,wsimli ,N Q ' ,k,.,r 3. .vf3',l-L jg-cspghltff -, C. 4 I x V ,N f - ff- .5 .Tk 67 -Q-f m- -Q lg.. ii ,,, ' fl! . .gQ., 4 I ' 1-. ' I -V 4 n ..f -rs ,, -fr ,rr ,f C . x Y F. . NIH l 7 -,J ' . TT W.--ag.. 1 G+.-M , - - 1 F . 'T'--F - ' L' -1 V f.,,,e.,.. A. - P' .. Am' 4 1, .,' .. - -1 ., -. - -ive, - vw . '.,..++'-.rg-4.1 M- - V, .f,,,, 4 vw , e+,,,.iQfQr1,,c," . 3.1 AM if .L -1,49-e, . -- '-,F-"f .png---fg.f s",..:, .., r 2 Y . - -.., - , 4. . ., .. R .A . F ""M-V'-sy'.':. vx."y V H 'l".' iv. r M .,,,.... . ,.,. ,. .W 59.4. 4 Ng If-5:3 .3 . - vw.. 4 - .L 77'-rw . ,,-,.,.h:,,'..,, ,,34..f B. 'fs L . .. r .-. ' . ' ,. -wi." -. ,, . , , , H, ., , xxx ,--.,,: ,,.. -2. ... .. .. M., - '. ' W - -f ,- . ' ' f Y. ' 'z. ' -ow? 4 ' . W in w y - f ' 4.0, LN., ',r3-9,31 Lb ,. ... . . . ,V A I.- Isl! WQAKWD dun L, , , r 'Tl' I' vrfn Fronr row, L, 10 R., L. Sandler, S. Horweck, B. Lovelace, E. Black, second row, F. Wood, W. Stevenson, M, Crandall, N. Belonis, D. Blum, C. Bonzey, L. Hodgkins, A. Buianowski, P. Meyer, D. Jewell, third row, C. Antell, A. Mancini, D. Greenberg, R. Sharpstein, M. Bayley, S. Vail. A. Parks, R. Hooper, M. Rosemark, G, Slarkovitz, P. Redding, S. Buchanan, J. Petherick, R. Dagg, R. Greene, top row, R. Narey, B. Bonzey, F. Jewell, W. Sydow, J. DuBose, R. Pynigar, L. Larivee, M. Bresner, K. Sydow, K. Roberts, J. Ferro, R. Konclral. Field Conductor, Mareen Olson, Conductor, Mr. Paul Bordeleau. 90 BAD .L-,f - . 4431 - ,,.. - . -,f A .-'Y . . ,' - f rf,,'.' f ,1'f'f.4.. .Ari -f1""I?2ff1.a,,fa. , ., gf? .'f:'.- .,3,lgg.v.,r5gf. f-.'gi'01-w'!- pf- fwf.-- f- -4. .'-'f.f- f 1- . ,, V. ,,, i, ,I ..,, f J A, . M -,vga-P-1 .,.,"'-'fr 1- -g'!?w"7,', 'Q '.,4 I 4, - ,..-5.,.,s , - -J Wh... ., .- 1, .. , ' .. ' ., A' . - ' 4 :-M.. A: ... u . iiagv i A.. . 'QM ' . 4 ' ' - N ,Z :al '- . f 'M .9 A . A - ,V-A -2 V J' .45 -vt ' , neg' 1' -, 'fi' - fl' " v '- .-.V-M v ' .- . .., H-'f' . . 1:91 ' w .7 l ' L' ' 'qi 1 v I ' . " , jf' T ' f I 1.4, f? Q 'sau . " " 3 'L' . M :gf U " "' ' , " 1 V . I 72 171 f If-as' If ' jf .5 ' A 4,' , , I '51-. ,5f':.:'!3'f- f ' L" . V , gi- y W wiki:-',,.., ,kgs V4 11 J lfljlfvl, it 'Bk U A ' 'lr A ' . A ' v . 1' 32111, I- I -,.i , ,Z 6, L . . ,www ,. - - . -f 'Ma .""" l - . 5 esac' -G-1...-If LA ' , 'Q "'..-7119' .ul .-' Ji' 6 wg . 17.75, gaggzff. ..-. e.55Q1f5L!r,,2fl,:g,.Lf23l.3,"f2f1fg':f gi I :,,vvv iw, .V Nusa, 'ri' ' ?f:'.x:Z,, jf' 'Z ":,.g:1,4P2"f" p--'L ' fw-..g..i. 5,1 -.An '. I' 7, ,' . , ' '. " ,414 Qing" O l ,7.,.lUK1 CHEERLEADERS, L. fo R., M. J. Cavanagh, J. Berringer, H. Kelly, J. Gross, M. Deady, K. Mancini, P. Briinell, D. Tully, E. Glevv. Not shown, Ann Singer. ' N-..f""l. L jx ' ' ' Y.-. r---n-an-in 2 Ml HEERLE DERS MAJGRETTES MAJORETTES, Front Row, Winkley, S. Astbury, J. Krystiniak. M, Holmes, J. Healey, C. Waugh, second row, L. Cella, V. Krystiniak, H. Snow, third row, D. Robinson. J. Cole, K. L..-1 Z K . ., V xi., sci if fs. 4133 L . -1' ff 'W J E' ' -V. courts-1vwuvvi't""n.vwq1!!Q?+' v-guv-v-vw.--A wh,--frfff' ' S' i tb 10. AJ L ' 11 '-Q 4: 'sq A.. 'fi fr V -- , W VLA' ,iw Q 'NM at l N 'tnugianpiy-, hz SENICRS PRESlDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1966 We have just completed four of the most important years of our lives. It was during these years that our character and personality were formed. Our accomplishments will stay with us for the rest of our lives. We have been very fortunate to be able to spend three years at Framingham North High School. We entered this school as sophomores, and we have helped our school establish itself aca- demically, athletically and socially. The Class of 1966 has set new standards and formed new tra- ditions here at North High, and we have left ideas to be followed and improved by the classes of the future. The Class of 1966 has been a pacesetter, building a strong foundation for the students who will follow us. Soon you will enter a new stage of life. Whether you enter the world of business or go on to college, always keep with you warm memories of the people of North High. The responsibilities of adulthood must and will be met by the Class of 1966. I would like to wish each member of the graduating class a successful and happy future. Our class has had many wonderful yesterdays, and I am confident that it will have many proud to- morrows. PAUL J. FISKE Class President ROBERT ACHMAKJ IAN Ack . . . man about town A good guy, a real friend First at the finish line Girls come in hordes Found at Harry's or parties Future as hairdresser. ADELINE ALEX Active, amorous, athletic A sports girl around Parties, pizza, a gray Continental Dynamic , . . true spirit of hope And a possessor of happiness Heading toward a teaching career. Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Softball Spartan 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Science Fair 2 CHARLES ANDELMAN The great debater . . . Chuck Open, optimistic, opinionated An assured distinctive air Argument, anyone? History his forte College and law school ahead. Debating 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3. 4, Steering 3, Spartan Football 3, German Club 4, Biog. 81 Verse 4. NANCY ANDELMAN Amazing, artistic, astute Memories of tricycleriding On bricksidewalks . . . Kaleidescope of many colors Soiourns to Cambridge Subways . . . sculpture . . . swings. Jr, Classical League 2, 3, 4, Spanish C Drama Club 2, 3, Steering Committee 3. JOAN ARBOUR Sweet, spritely, sincere Oil painting enthusiast Helpful hand extended Joan . . . whiz at the keyboard Library aide . . . quiet, please! Future bright as secretary. Spartan 4, Library Aide 4, Candy Sale. JEAN ARNOLD Peppy, pleasant . . . Jean Good friends, good times The carefree life Floor shifts . . . four speeds A party goer Future airline stewardess. Softball l, 3, Pep Squad, 3, 4, Glee Club 1 Library aide 1 2 Tennis, l, Basketball l. EDWARD ARNOTT Wandering, questioning thoughts Always smiling . . . carefree Likely to, be anywhere-look out! Sincere Spartan supporter Never at a loss for merriment High hopes and future plans. Communications Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, 3, Science Fair l, Christmas Projects 'l. LEE DAVID ASKIN Short, blonde, sensational Free with a football Strict individualist . . . Lee Fine taste for fine cars Earnest and energetic worker Future fit for a.king. Co-editor-in-chief Archon 4, Football I, 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 dl' 'Wx X. r 43' 55 JEFFREY BYER Wordy witty wellliked Surrounded by music Everywhere e A mischievous grin Optimistic, outgoing A likely success. Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Mixed' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. PATRICIA BYRNE Cool, carefree, cordial Pat. . .one of the party-goers Terror behind the wheel Correspondence comes from afar Away.. .A bubbling laugh, a pleasant Smile . . . Vogue will someday use Pat as a model. Home Ec. 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas proiects 2, 3, Library Aid 2, 3, Pep Squad 2. CURTIS CALABRESE Tall, friendly . . . Curt Found on the gridiron Athletically inclined A man of all sports A pleasing personality Success in future years. Football 4. ,.-.n-un. MAUREEN CAMPBELL Maureen . . . energetic and sprite Ardent interest in Natick Laughing eyes . . . dancing feet Loves parties and good times, Sure to succeed as A future secretary. Glee Club I, Candy Sale, Christmas Proiects. JAMES CAREY Jim . . . long, lean, likeable He's our man . . . Guard of the gridiron A true ladies' man. . . As smooth as glass . . . Reward will surely come. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Base- ball l, 2, 3, 4. TOBEY CAREY Is your real name Tobey? Athletics and amiability combined Often seen at Harry's Lover of Larks. A mind all her own . .. A future social worker. Bus. and Adv. 4, Field hockey 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Senior Play, Drama I, 2, Pep squad 3, 4, Christmas projects I, 2, 3, 4, J Glee Club I, 2, Marshall 4. BARBARA CARLEY A soft soothing voice An easygoing manner Cheering Spartan fan . . . Barbara . . . Ace reporter Optimism: a way of life Interests lie in languages. A A Cappella 3, 4, l.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Classical League 2, 3, 4, '75 Archon Sports Ed. 4, Spartan 3, 4, German Club 4, Candy Sale 2. WILLIAM CARLSON jf " Agreeable, easy-going . . . Bill I Handy with paint and brush Found on the putting green Watch for flying pins! A promising career in art. V Chess Club 3 4. ,v 'fa-0 Z' x sxwunv 'lil' MARILYN HOLMES Sprightly and pert... Friendly and loquacious A girl of varied interests Great baton twirler Known to all as RaRa Looks to a career in business. Majorette l, 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 35 Library Aid-l, 25 Art Club 25 Candy Sale5 Christmas Proiects. MARCIA HOLTHAM Intelligence renowned Talent without bound Humor delightfully baffling Enchanting personality Top interests: school5 Al Mirth and merriment. . .Marcy. Library Aid 3, 45 Chorus 45 National Honor 3, 45 Jr. Classical League 2, 3, VP 45 Biog. 81 Verse 45 Science Fair l, 2, 3, 45 Literary Mag. 4. ROBERT HOOPER Bob. . .outgoing and friendly Popular poet and Spartan satirist. .. Fun loving, enjoys the weekends. . , To college and beyond. Spartan News Ed. 3, 45 Library Aid lg Christmas Proiects 2, 3, 4. SUSAN HOPKINS A model of charm Perfection and poise Dares to be different. . . Mirth and merriment. . .Marcy. Wide-eyed and wistful Promising future assured. Drama Club 25 Pep squad 25 Bus. and Adv. 35 Candy Sale. KENNETH HUNT Tickets, tickets, more tickets Truly a leader of his class Ardent supporter of many groups Active participation in sports Will pursue his likes Ken, future engineer. Student Council 45 Steering Committee 3, 45 Communications 2, 3, 45 Tennis 35 Soccer 3, 45 Coin Club 25 Volleyball 3. SUSAN JAMES Sugar and spice. . .Sue A smile for everyone Great artistic talent A patron of Mr. Hussey Skiing down snowy slopes Looking forward to college. Art Club 3. fi. Q .-'13, ' 1 K .qv an l P6 - ?""'Q"' .tm sq' ...wif 'N at 5, THOMAS KOMOLA Dark, daring, devilish Many activities earned Always tinkering with tools Keen coordination.. .Tom An incentive for perfection Will bring him to the top. Key Club 3, 4, Science Fair l, Candy Sales l, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects l. RICHARD KONDRAT Saucy, smart, sarcastic Spartan pitcher.. .Rickey Keen on style. . .Bobo's clothes Always where the action is girls and guitars a-go-go. .. Dentistry hts field. Student Council 4, Key Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball l, 2, Band l, 2. 3. 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Steering Committee 4, Glee Club 4. ,rw Q2 ,V .R , . 'xx 'S 'P .7 ,..,1'.',. I V111 H 'u- .. Av I , w - U . '. ..af' n.' Q . ',--' ". '1 a . ..- 4,A, .',. Q 4 Ns.. STANLEY KUCZMIEC Agile athlete.. .Stan On diamond or gridiron He s the greatest... T 4- Q.--iiw li" FTB' SASL. 'F . . .. 1. ...P 'Y ' rlfhltf' Stock car racing ls tops on his list A bright future ahead. ' 1-.19 Baseball 2, Football 3. DONNA LAMAGNA Short, sweet, attractive Enjoyable companion lndustry, ideas, interests Seen at Harry's occasionally Talent in home'economics To attend hairdressing school. Home Ec. Club 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 3. PAULA LAPHAM Friendly, tlirtatious. . .Paula Tall, slender blonde fz Abounds with enthusiasm Wear a mischievous grin Truly a fashion plate I N Future bright as a model. Q Home Ec. Club 2, Xmas Pro. l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aid 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale l, 2, 3, 4. "fn LEo LARIVEE Leo.. .play that tuba Active in the band And on track team That "48" Olds seen Everywhere. . .serious Side to this musician Hopes for musical career. Band l, 2, 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Library Aid 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Baseball 2. --c' lm., eg. 'rand' TIMOTHY MURPHY Tiny Tim. . .oh, no! Big and brawny All American boy Friends and fun.. .plenty Never a dull moment Interests without number Fine future for Tim. ALICE MURTAGH Agreeable, wistful. . .Alice Sweet-voiced songstress Endless collection of Memories. . .winning smile Relaxation on the sand To business school and success. Glee Club 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, Candy Sale. W J , I , 4, ,L xr., MMC! T11-,A I A ,f 1 ffl! I It . f Q ' f f ll ' 3-1 f , ' ,f 'I ,, lx , ANN MARIE NEAL Smiling, sociable. . .Ann Tuneful songstress. . .affluent reader Needles and yarn form favorite Pastime. . .Willing to lend a hand A keen wit, pleasing personality Success in college and teaching fa V1 it A Capella 2, 3, 4, French Club 45 Glee Club l, 2, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Business 8. Adv. 4, Christmas projects T, 2, 3, 4. JAMES NELSON Jim , . .An outdoorsman Folk Music buff Gentlemanly, genial Alway at his marshall post Serious student. . . A bright future to come. ERIC NELSON Roaring engines down the road Stopping for rest as Harry's Often seen strumming a guitar Likeable personality. . . Wit and brawn. . .Ricky From engineering to the seas. Football I, 4. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, Christmas projects I, 2, 3: Red Cross I, 2, 3, Marshall 4. NANCY NEWMAN Always free with a moment to chat Busy at home and in school Striving for a higher goal An abundance of talent and skill A welcome addition to any group The future holds college and math. A Capella 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, French Club 3. W if f' f ,149 1' . 13, '27- 'Q 3' -it ,,4Qlh Y PAUL NICHOLS Cool, clever and capable A colorful personality Drive and determination. . .Paul Sarcasm. . .comes out naturally Always helpful and handy College in the future. WILLIAM NICHOLS Tackles the enemy with ease Always near the action Appears in every situation Dark hair. . .Handsome air Roving red Volks Bill. . .destined for success. Football I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3. JAN E NORBY A radiant redhead Sweet, sensible, sincere Ability in every field Positive, pleasant personality Lightning in languages class To college and a sure success. National Honor Society 3, 4: -I-C-L 2, 3, 42 CBHCIY Sale 7 French Club 4, Christmas Proiects 1, 2, 4: Bi0QI'aPItY and Verse 4- JAMES O'BRIEN Schooled in the art of relaxation Sincere.. .modest.. .friendly Future challenge. . .electronics A man of adventure. . .Jim Makes friends with east On his way up the ladder. Senior Play 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Communications Club 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, TV Broadcasts 3, 4. DANIEL O'HERRlCK Loquacious, lively. . .Dan Man of diversified interests Pursuing the search for truth Follower of Bob Dylan Always personable... Hopes for career in math or medicine. Key Club 3, 4, I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Christmas Proiects. C7 fi- 4 411 '1' 403' VX JOHN O'LEARY An Irish sense of humor Innocent blue eyes hide boyish pranks Flying sticks.. .mighty on skates Order in the halls.. .Lt. O'Leary Ultraloyal. . .a true friend A sure success in the future years. Hockey 2, 3, 4, Marshall 4, Christmas Prolects. PAULA OLIVERI Endless energy and enthusiasm Tall, dark and slender Saucy smile.. .winning ways Fashion is her password Skiing down snowy slopes An exciting career as secretary awaits. Pep Squad I, 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, Candy Sale, Spartan 4. MAUREEN OLSON Moe.. .forward march Talented twirler Always on the go.. . "Are you kidding me?" Dependable, determined Destined for nursing. Maiorette 3, Bandleader 4, Basketball 3, Softball, Field Hockey 2. IVR MARJORIE POLLACK Marge.. .bursts of gaiety Adventurous antics. . . Parties are her watchword Found at college mixers Compact, bright, relaxed To college and success. Candy Sale, Christmas Proiects, l,2, 3. Drama Club l, 2, Glee Club RICHARD POMPILE Small but watch the power Movies, money among his Likes.. .through the fields Gun in hand, Rusty by his Side.. .Cape Cod fun. .. Future in the Air Force. Football 3, 4. ROBERT PROUDMAN Bob.. .affable, athletic A future chemist Easy talker.. .well-known Well-liked, sincere Accomplished musician Knows where he's going! Football l, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4. RICHARD QUATRALE Steady.. .stable. . .sociable Friends and fun forever Deliberate destiny. . .success Live, love, laugh and be happy ldle times best times IBM school in the future. Candy Sale 2, 3. A797 FLORA RAMSEY Flirtatious, friendly. .. Loves to sing. . .Musical ability Dancing and swimming 'bv 'M-ar 41 Also get her vote. .. Known as Cathi. . .gay gleams A bright future as hairdresser. Glee Club 2, 3, 41A Capella 3, 47 Chorus 3. MAURICE RAYMOND Basket, bat and ball A skillful athlete Humor abounds.. ."one of the boys" Outgoing, engaging grin Man about town Christmas Proiects 'l, 2, 3, 47 Football l, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 4: ,f CK C X fu-sag 'Oi GERALD SLOTNICK Optimistic outgoing A true party goer. . .Jerry Looking for the good times Cars, chess, capricious capers Great on the gridiron College and success. Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. "tt 'Y 'Qi is P ., ' ,J D KENNETH SMITH Ken. . .reserved, ambitious P3Key Club Man Can't wait for Fridays Intelligent, individual His sights are set on College and a career. Key Club 3, 4. STEPHEN SMITH Wings on his heels, speeds ahead An ear for Music, rhythm and iazz "John Coltrane" his idol Chevys forever. . .Steve A special someone in Conn.? To the land of the G clef. Track 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Key Club 4, Drama Club 4, Cross Country 2, Steering 4. LINDA SONIS Linda. . .not a worry in the World. . .chatty, good-humored Modish mademoiselle. . . Whimsical weathervane. . . Always found near the fun A future teacher. Field Hockey 3, 4, Library Aid 4, Business 81 Adv. 4. BARRY SPERLICK Wistful, wry, deliberate Constant gleam in his eye Un bon mot for every occasion Well-known and carefree Swift on the skiis A hopeful future ahead. MARK STEARNS Tall, towering, terrific, Mark With a sportscar all his own Character in abundance Personality without compare Handy in the shops A promising future. Football 2, Tennis 3, Drama Club 1. LINDA STEEN Sincere, sympathetic A true friend Loves to have fun Cn vacations and Fridays. . .Linda A future lab technician. German Club l, 2, Candy Sale. DANA STAGG Hailing from Little Rock A true sportsman. . .especially On the sea. . .fishing. . .water-skiing A collector of stamps. . .Dana Tall, blonde, quiet. Worthy goal: A medical career. 1 ICS' , ,,,0'. ff. 'V' il 3 ,ff 4-nl' -4 CHARLENE USHER Quiet, calm and friendly Charm. . .one hundred percent Sincerity comes first Kindness comes naturally A cheering Spartan fan Petite, peppy, prim. . .Charlene. A Capella 3, French Club 3, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4. RICHARD VOGHT Quiet, but friendly and active Pops up in unexpected places A good ratio of studies and fun Not to be underestimated A Framingham fan from way back Hopeful thoughts move onward. Baseball 2, Basketball l, Candy Sale 2, 3, Debate 'l. JOSEPH VRABEL Always looking for a laugh Popularity, sweetness, humor Life is a bowl of cherries An interest in sports College in the future Friendly. . .Lt. Joe. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Marshall 3, 4. SHARON WADNESS A gift of laughter. . .Sharon Loves to make people laugh lnstigator of fun and mirth Dramatic interests.. . Sweet songstress Looking towards college we A bs. F .1 RICHARD VASSAR Dick. . .genial and genuine Quiet and sincere. . . Academically alert.. . im at being amiable... Ready, willing and able A future marine biologist. Soccer 3, 4, Marshall 4. CHARLES VOYMAS Quiet, friendly... Easygoing all the way Great sportsman. . .Charlie Trains, cars and planes Free time suits him Future aeronautical engineer Cross Country 2, Track 2. i if Senior Play 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Pep Squad l, 2, Candy Sale. 449' ...if Q-7. - 1 'YW ""1.:u-Q NATALIE VVAITHE Joy to be with. . .fun and frolic Companions never lacking Sensible, serious, sincere A strong mind, varied interests Happiness is on its way A challenging future too. SUSAN WARD Sentimental, secret smile Sue. . .natural born flirt Talent for creativity. . .artistic Summers are filled with fun A "Rex" girl from way back Happiness in future field of art. Spartan Art Editor 3, Art Club 2, 4, Christmas Proiects. CAROLEE WAUGH Friendly, flirtatious, fun Peppy, pixie-like motions Optimistic, always smiling A short soiourn away- Happily welcomed back A merry maiorette. Maiorette 3, 4. MARC WEINBERGER Hot arguments in rebuttal Or quiet, melodious tones Relaxing. . .drives a Mustang Perhaps o the tennis court Eager to pitch in and work 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Marshall Interested in photography and science. A Capella 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Debating 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4. LYNN VVEISGERBER Dependable, amiable A color bearer with style "got anything to eat?" Feminine, refined.. . Affable. . .an asset To be an elementary teacher. Steering Committee 3, Jr. Classical League 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale Band 1, 2, Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Business 8. Adv. 3, 4. DAVID WELCH Fun and frolics. .. Four year man in Football Happy-go-lucky. . .Dave A stand out on the putting green Golf team's Most Valuable Player . . .Success is guaranteed. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3. --fwfr" f ,gi fs v an if BRUCE WHITE A welcome smile, a ready hello Words ot wisdom, two helping hands A master of many talents An able leader, worthy to follow Never submitting to conformity Truly a mari of God. National Honor 3, Pres. 4, Key Club 3, 4, German Club 3 4 Cross Country 2, 3, A Capella 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3 CHRIS WINCHESTER A recent addition to North New friends quickly made Through a bubbling personality Basketball, track in Franklin Devoted to sports and cars A straight path lies ahead. Basketball I, 2, 3, Track 3 HOWARD WOOLF Quiet, but mischievous. . .Howie Placid personality Avid guitarist.. .lured by folk Alert and active athletically A bug for cars. .. History major in college. Soccer 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, Football 2, Key Club 3, ball I. DAVID WOOLVERTON A running man,, soccer and track Never standing still a moment Friendly, talkative . . . Dave Always ready with a ioke Looks to science, math and college Soon to be a biologist. Gymnastics 4, Track 2, 3, Soccer 3 4 Science Fair Spartan 4, A, Af sf A2 vc Mig zifiiyi 'Y f . i I 1' 41. i"' SHARON WRIGHT Daring, devilish yet dainty Cooperative and cute A collecter of many things A whiz in the water A homespun girls . .Sharon Looking forward to homemaking. Basketball 9, Candy Sale 4, CHRISTOPHER ZANKOWSKI Good looks great humor great guy Could eat and eat and eat Sports enthusiast Small special spritely Ott to college Chris A man of medicine Baseball I Football I STEPHEN ZIGMAN Sweet, sincere. . .Ziggy Intelligence plus Terror on the courts Loves his little comet 11 Affluent in languages rv A future doctor. N.H,S. 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, German Club 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, . Y L yvi, LAWRENCE ZIMKIN Larry.. .stoIid, sedate Not without a humorous side A collector of coins And stamps. . .Ambitious Amialole newcomer Future businessman. DONNA ZINGARELLI Donna.. .peppy, popular Energetic always smiling Optimist, a twinkle.. . In her eye. . .Always Ready with a song A lifetime of happiness. Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, District Choir 3, 4. Lively, likeable, loquacious Good reasons for strict logic Master debater. . .Carnell Rooks, castles, kings, checkmate! Keen determination to succeed Collegiate studies in history ahead. Debate l, 2, 3, 4, Chess 2, 3, 4. 41 - 19 BRUCE SULLIVAN Quiet, reserved, great potential ff' X Better Known as Spruce or Sull Nimble fingers under the hood Endless knowledge of engines California here he comes Fun, learning, later a uniform. sz!! 9? I KX' 5-..,.sM-f I 5,-QW., -1 V -"Nur-nf.. C MATTHEW NOVAK 4--D' had SE ICR RDS GF I966 ,A-""' i r 'N 'PRX , 0 :K irm Bruce White and Linda Saunders, delegates to Boys State and Girls State. L-I-11-1 ll-1' fi H Mary Lombard, winner of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion Good Citizenship Award. Paul Fiske was named FNHS delegate to Student Government Day. L. to R., Sen. William Randall, Fiske, Rep. 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Barfolini Mrs. Mary Faherly Brenda M, Bari-Qlini Mr. 8: Mrs. George A. Fargo Mr. 8: Mrs. Jack Benne'H Mr. 31 Mrs. ErneS'f Fink Joshua Caleb Berg Margery B. Goldman Bill 81 Jane BKG Il Period 5 Bobby 8: Peggy Burd. Linda, and Sue Paul Burnim Michael W. Bushey Cally Ca pacily Crowd Miss Carey Mr. 8: Mrs. Samuel Carey Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul J. Carney Francis J. Cavanagh Charlie Pai' Cobb Mr. 81 Mrs. Leonard Conlin Mrs. Waller H. Connery Sr. L+. Col. 8: Mrs. John M. Coyne Jr Nancy Coyne John R. Cro'H'y Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles A. Cuneo Mr. 8: Mrs. John A. D'Allessandro Dan and Kale Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Desi 8: Lu Gaefano D-Angeli Richard S. Dargan George W. Davis Thomas F. Davis Dell'Olio Mr. 8: Mrs. David Graf Guinn 8: Renee Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard A. Gullbrand Jay Gullbrand Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Harris Have Gun Will Travel lJanl Charles W. Hayden Mr. 81 Mrs. George N. Hill Huggy Palriclc Hynes l. H. T. F. P. Miss larussi J. S. W. Jackie, Lauren 8: Cynfhia January 22, I966 From Joe 8: Jim Rev. 8: Mrs. Roberl' L. Johnslon Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Kelley Mr. 8: Mrs. Jason T. Kelley John F. King Isabel King Anna K. Kirby Thomas Komola Adelia Korona Janice Krysfynialc Karen Krysiynialc Leo and Janel' Amy Levenler Lisa Levenler Sleven Levenler Linda and Macky Long Live The Lark Lou and Kalhy Love Thy Neighbor Mr. 8: Mrs. Cope MacAllisl'er Marcia 8: Carol V Marilyn Vs. Sam Pal Marsh Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman McDonald Anne R. McNally Isa Mederos Mickey Verna L. Moberg "Moe" The Sparlan Arlhur Molliver Honora M. Monaghan G. E. Mundlh Napoleon Mrs. Jennie Neal Ginni 8: Mike, Howdy Dood Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Nichols Miss Nancy E. Nichols The Norlh High Librarian Old McDonald lNormiel Mr. 8: Mrs. William Olson Theresa Ouellelle Miss Marlha Palari Perry Polss Barbra A. Pul'nam Kill'y Read Pam Redding Jerald Rice Rich and Donna Ronnie E. and Nancy B. Diane Ryszewski y and Paul Newman S. W. B. Saharra Sandy Mr. 8: Mrs. A. D. Sanlagale Mr. 8: Mrs. D. Sharpe Sheila Anlhony Shooshan Mr. 8: Mrs. Murray Singer Slalom Ski Lodge Laura Smilh Some Loyal Friends Mr. 8: Mrs. Edmond Sorrie Grace S. Spila Slarr and Maureen L. J. Slepanian Mr. 8: Mrs. Anlhony J. Sweeney Calhy Sweeny Taonoleyiaam Mr. 8: Mrs. Eugene Tedoldi Gail M. Tedoldi Goelf Tedoldi Kennelh Thorpe Kennelh Thorpe Sr. Mr. 8: Mrs. John Travaglini Mr. 8: Mrs. James D. Turner Dick Vassar The Weisgerbers Arlhur Wernick Mr. 8: Mrs. Max Wernick Rulh Wernick Mr. 8: Mrs. Merill K. Wheeler Barb Wheel Mr. 81 Mrs. Newell Wheel' Phoele Wheel' Yea-Class ol "66" G.B. Yogi and Booboo Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard Zecker OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS CLASS OF I966 KORDAY STUDIO 50 Franklin S+ree+ Framingham, Mass. Your Family Phofograplwer EMGV ...., II,. W, rl I Back when I was pI I III I Ib II I 9 OO 6 65 No, Shakespeare dd I wrife "Paradise Lo? k I I N I g I y Batman! '14 2+2:??? c N th Il CompIimen+s of WEBB SUPPLY co., INC "To Ihe Trade OnIy" FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK Savings Accounis Paid Up Shares Quar'IerIy Dividends 59 Howard S'rreeI' 828 Concord Srreef Framingham CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1966 Com pIimen+s of a FRIEND est Wishes to Class of I966 GOLIO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 81 ENGINEERING COMPANY Blandin Avenue Framingham, Mass. BRANCH OFFICES New Hampshire Vermoni' Conneciicuf New York Newfon TEL. 872-452 I Everyfhing From Homes 'ro Hydro-Elecfric Power PROMPT, FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Q PHHMA6 879'?566 fl C I S I Ph' M fill XJ . S . .. glhanfznary I3 SCHOOL STREET SAXONVILLE MASS I - - CompIimenIs of THE CENTRE FOOD MART 939 Worcesfer Sfreei' Framingham Cen+re, Mass. li l BUTLER MOTOR CORP. Ford-Falcon-Thunderbird II99 Worcesier Turnpike Framingham TEL. 872-4355 Besf Wishes Io Ihe Class of '66 INTER-CITY ELECTRICAL SUPPLY I62 Howard Sfreef Framingham T65 ODS I 'rh 'rme . . . I-Ie does- y golf. Read i+ Firsf in Ihe FRAMINGHAM NEWS CompIe+e Coverage of Your Aciivifies I..- KATZ PHARMACY. INC. S. P. KATZ, B.S., Reg. Pharm. 765 Concord S+., Framingham THOMAS BRUCE, JR. Your EIec+roIux Represen+a'Iive in This Area SALES AND SERVICE 872-7470 Complimenfs of ROXBU RY CARPET COMPANY Bes+ Wishes WAVERLY SUPER MARKET 684 WaverIy SI'ree'I' Framingham Congra+uIa+ions DR. KENNETH E. LEBARON D.D.S. Complimenfs of BRADY'S FLYING A I060 Old Conn. Pafh, Saxonville, Mass. TeI. 877-4 I 90 Complimenis of DE COLLIBUS RADIO AND TELEVISION CENTER INC. COLOR AND TV SPECIALISTS 597 Waverly S+. Framingham, Mass. 875-5200 DEMARINI'S I58 Union Avenue TEL. 873-BI60 Complimenls of NORMAN E. JENNISON WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 8 Union Ave. Framingham, Mass. BARRON'S HOME MADE CANDY From April fo Ocfober We Have New EngIand's Mos+ CompIe'I'e WATER SKI SHOP 8 I Franlrlin Sfreef Downfown Framingham Open Daily 8:30-6 P.M. 4 Barbers Closed Monday Full Time COLONIAL BARBER SHOP Specializing in 0 Razor Cu'H'ing 0 Correciive Hair Sfrengfhening 0 Hair Coloring 0 Men's Hair S'ryIing TELEPHONE COLONIAL CENTER 873-9425 JCT. OF RT. 30 81 I26 Complimenfs of Congrafulafions JEWELERS DR. PAUL B. 43 Hollis S+. LEBARON D.M.D. FINE DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY BOWLERS WORLD INC. 42 AMF AUTOMATIC TEN PIN LANES 50 Worcesfer Rd. Framingham, Mass. Complimenfs of NICHOLSON EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY Free Delivery 42 Union Avenue Framingham, Mass. 973-744I ROY O. LEONARD, INC. General Pain'I'ing Coniraciors 543 Union Avenue Framingham, MassachuseH's 873-7975 872-6400 MACKEY SCHOOL OF THE DANCE STUDIO 290 Union Avenue Framingham TEL. 873-7956 Shoe Shine Elecfric Razor Service SHOPPERS WORLD BARBER SHOP Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-8:30-9:30 Mon.-Tues.-Sa+.-8:30-5 :45 873-9348 Lower Level opp. Playla nd I49I . . . I492 . . . I493 I'II hull and I'lI puff and I'II blow your house down. -1--uni-i 192' Joe. Joe Walls, where are you? 'Y Whaf fudge? U .L - Q .V -- 5 '-r- wilsemf ?g"17'j'f.f Congratulations to . the Class of '66 We know fhe sigh of relief fhaf comes af fhe end of your final exam. Long years of sfudy behind you, and a big wide world ahead. Buf even af fhaf if isn'f fhe final fesf--of fhe end of your learning. The biggesf fesfs sfill face you in fhe choice and fulfillmenf of your life's work. Many plan for college, some musf reckon wifh fhe armed forces, ofhers will seek posifions in indusfry, frade, business. We, af Den- nison, congrafulafe you on your pasf accomplishmenfs: if your fufure plans call for sfeady employmenf or summer work, we'll be glad fo discuss your problems wifh you. Our Employmenf Deparfmenf will welcome fhe chance fo oufline op- porfunifies exisfing in our offices, facfory and warehouse. of O V! 2 u I She did if. ,J ,- j 55? . . our modern c f f f cilities a eeria a DENNISON I I u r II 5, I 4 I 4 I I I I I I 'I I I I erini Framingham, Massachusehs Xe .1-1 fd' A Q fy M 4 V ::iX AF ' -A V.. 1 C 4 If f S JV' In-A , , ,. - - -tm .- ' I 1-. 11' ,,..-------., -, - f fl -a.,-L .P II 'A 13 on ..f Q., ff? 532-3 we .2 " If -4' ff, K xt .gig Ui., " I j ,II L, , - In .M M: .... ..,, g I 5 I 'rv , E-S S:-. 'Sf K S .on -- , , . ,a,,?g,,L.,1 J : EA -1 bl. I " C 1 4?2?2' ' A, T- ii,2-Q-526313.15 "I ' 'T - - I E-:.-'K'-2-11-k-1:1-. I-S rg... -,,. i ' W- TQ:--T11 BRIDGES HIGHWAYS BUILDINGS DAMS TUNNELS 'P-K. 'IS WHERE TI-IERE'S MUSIC TI-IERE'S . .. Harmony Af The NAT WALSH MUSIC CORNER 873-3500 872-3500 Guiiars I EIec+ric Guitars ' X fx. ' 'I COUIIGOUS Servlce AmpIiIiers ' Banios-UIcuIeIes Cars Equipped Wifh Moforola Two-Way Radio Sound Equipmw I, , AIIACCSSSOVISS Cor. Waverly and Concord ., FRAMINGHAM. MASS. INSTRUCTION IN ALL INSTRUMENTS RECORDS - SHEET MUSIC - HARMONICAS ,nal waIsL's music Gained EDMANDS ROAD FRAMINGI'-IAM INobsco+ Squarel 877-4290 O 877-3 I 32 Quick! My speech! 007 here . . . I fhink I've made confacf. Oh. goody. I +I-:ink if's going fo go boom soon. I63 Before you accept that first job . . . Look over your employer as carefully as 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 answer Yes to these questions. They work for New employer. Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to te you when and where to apply. England Telephone Company . . . New England's largest ll - JL I really appreciate this... '7' Part of the Nationwide Bell System Do you actually expect us to eat this? I64 An equal opportunity employer I9 rdf' ROBERT K. WADSWORTH TEL. 873-854I WADSWORTH SERVICE Eslalolished I892 FUNERAL HOME I08 Lincoln Slreef lCorner of Beech FRAMINGHAM Ask fhe Families We Have Served THE VILLAGE YARN AND Tween sl-loP C0mP'imen+S of KARAS PHARMACY Slcir'I's and Swea'l'ers famin am en fe 943 Worcesfer Rd. 875'57ll Headquar'rers for Garland Framingham Cen+re ftz-:,,3 If THE WARDROBE 85 Concord Sireei' Downiown Framingham Fea+uring Sfyles Designed for The Man Wifh a Flair for Living You dirfy ral, you. 'SE' H EN-J N33 N A :ff NOBSCOT SQUARE I BARBER SHOP PNEFIELD PHARMACY PINEFIELD SH 8A Edmands Road Saxonvijplmig Liffle Jack Horner hung in FRAMINGHAM CENTRE '. ' fha Comer, Framingham, Mass. Free Del'Ve'Y 877-3955 977-2 '00 I65 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADLIATING CLASS OF I966 FROM THE PROFESSIONAL MEN OF FRAMINGHAM S THOMAS PAULL, M.D. I to DR. JOSEPH FERUCCI V ' EDWARD J. DeNICOLAlS, M.D. DR. ROBERT JOHNSON LeROY E. BERRY, D.D.S. DR. VINCENT J. POLLINA, JR. 4' DR. ALAN SEGAL DRS. LEAVITT and SALTZMAN, Optometrists ' ....--v ..,. .. .Q- .- .ann ...- w ' 'inf , .5-A . ui.. Q9 ' 43 ,s. 4, - N, ,.. ,nu-f . 1-na?" "' - 'sf .-sv vi---, -A ' fclnw Ml' ,---' V an , Q .aw .....aln9w, MM' "2-'r-- Jr' A r Mill'-I., Q ...4 "" W..-an Q l " -' . -.N-....w.v. ' ...J- ,., -A ' .sv 'W -Q -'war , ,- --1-nv' ,Q ,, Q 'GUM' l A I 4 DR. WILLIAM HOLTHAM DR. PAUL SYDOW i DR. KENNETH GORDON Q LEON GORDON, Mn. L' DR. DOMINIC MERLONI Q' DR. JOSEPH ALBERT DR. NORMAN NATHANSON I! DR. H. S. DINSMORE ' q -..F W - 1 - 1 .. 4 1 . E i - 1 .Q L 1 - .. - N 1 ' p A i .- . ,,---,engunl --'- """""' yj'!"T'+ Malt, U' ""'lh"' , , .,,.. 'M 1, in-3: Q. ' ,.,,,,.,.. :Wd-N - Y ,-- --A - ' , . I -lion. A V""'f"'.' W 1 9 Urrrpp! ' A C , I "' 'W I, E. ,AIA V "5 A ll A An early siarl' or a laie clay? S68 . . The Finesi' in Dresses . . . . . The Bes+ in Sporfswear . The Nicesi' in Formal Wear GORDON'S Rie. 9 FRAMINGHAM CENTRE Complimenfs of BOB PAUL'S BAKERIES I45 Concord S+. Downfown Framingham Complimenis of FRENI'S GARAGE 81 MARINA 645 Hollis Sf. Framingham 872- I 278 873-9300 BATTISTA J. GUARINO ATTORNEY AT LAW FAIR PHARMACY CO-OP SHOPPING CENTER Complimenfs of FRED'S TEXACO SERVICE TUNE-UP-BRAKES-MINOR REPAIRING ROAD-SERVICE 8I6 Concord SI. Framingham FRED NEAL, Prop. Telephone 873-9474 Complimenis of HEBERT COACH HOUSE CANDY Rouie 9-ai' Speen Sfreei' Nafick, Mass. FITTS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 40 Union Avenue Framingham TELEPHONE 872- I 227 E jimi' S WOODS LUMBER COMPANY Bulldmg Maferials of All Kmd Also 20 H ll 5 Cards and Giffs WOODS LUMBER COMPANY 345 Waverly S+. BfMfI F T N FRAMINGHAM NATIONAL BANK A "Full-Service" Bank 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES Ashland Framingham, Naliclc Saxonvllle CONGRATULATIONS Co pl enfg gf VOLPE FUNERAL HOME PURITY SAVE MOR LARRY VOLPE 872-0932 Corner Arlingfon and Gordon Sireei' FRAMINGHAM 'Q .ff S TAA 'Q I Q fs ' 'SRX The large. economy, iwo-hour exam size. M.. , -, Q X ,N a a 1 No, Milfon did noi' wrife Hamlet - 2 5 Well, I guess we fry H again. MR. HAMBURG Route 9 Compliments of WILLIAM R. ROWAN Factory Representative L. G. BALFOUR CO. TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO. Attleboro, Massachusetts KEN'S STEAK HOUSE Best Steak House In America Rte. 9, Framingham, Mass. TELEPHONE 875-4455 JOHNSON 8: GORDON JEWELERS Shoppers' WorIcI 872-I27I Compliments of KREMEN'S Beauty Shop Zoom? '10 iff if A LUNCHEON Aw- You dgdn AND take my pictu DINNER A. gs I W' Compliments ot 4 vt- 'xu-u.4 Y' VERDELLI'S MARKET - N A 'E' 'IIIIII ,AQPROVQ-0 L 872-6S3I Compliments of And then I sez t Mtmnn him . . . VILLAGE MOTEL F h Halfway Between Worcester and Boston 9 Concord St. ramin am Route 9 FRAMINGHAM CENTRE, MASS. 1 Yea. I'm a Marshall. rf. R' T HENRI'S Con+inen+aI Dining Room X Roufe Nine-Framingham Reservaiions-872-5 I 60 ' 'I , 1' BIG WONDER DISCOUNT NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTRE X8 ' ga A4 , ,I L-J. iflgtril 4,. ,.Yw.:-If-In 4 -,M ,. ,' . , , I Complimenis of A FRIEND 1 I 'I KT T4 if I III ' , I 1 41 '5:mL f!,, " af 3.5 2. I ' , ",'3'?,i'eifI'I14:Q'1 - -I 1 1255, i 1 Zif f MW, IJ 'I 9 1 1 , +?f':x,Pif ' ' ,If s 12,12 1 'c , 1 " 'Sus '2 ' , if A' . Hoi' Oven Compllmenis of Grinders BEL'-OL' THE FRIENDLY PIZZA CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION . . 57 Dow Shed Spaghefh Sandwiches QEQSTEII T3x:.rd from Framingham, MassacI'1use'H's TELEPHONE 8729400 WBYBTTY ST. Framingham Happiness IS a Iump of arm mashed pofaioes. I72 FRAMINGHAM BANCROFT CAP COMPANY CongraIuIa'I'ions more Class of I966 "DisHnc'rive Wear for Women" IO7 Concord Sfreef Framingham 78 Union Ave. Framingham f GAmNo's ,,, .. Color Television is ,AL . ' Radio-Sfereo-Records I' ' 4" - Musical Insfrumenfs I5I Concord S'rreeI' L. Framingham, Mass. TELEPHONE 875-5969 E' ' . . lI's wha? up where 'rhar counfs? Complimenfs of WHITE 873-7293 HARDWARE CO., INC. QUALITY CLEANERS 36 Hollis S+re-3+ Framingham eoon LUCK, FROM VINCENT'S BARBER SHOPS Nobscoi' Shopping Cenier Rogefh--Ove' Pinefield Shopping Cenfer an ou' ff? O ly wafc Yes. Those were The good old days. Look +l1a'r one up for To- TTIOYIOW I74 Compliments of THE B 81 W LINES Framingham, Mass. MOTOR COACH SERVICE Complimenfs of BEST WISHES TO THE THE COFFEE POT RESTAURANT CLAQQQQAF '66 SffoniEfIj"'Mfgs, GROSSMAN'S LUMBER 877-3909 Complimenfs of UNION AVE. MARKET INC. Complimenfs of LOKER FUNERAL HOME Naficlc, Mass. ROUN D-UP SU PERMARKETS Roule I 26 Saxonville, Mass. Fealuring Superb Heavy Weslern Sleer Beef OPEN NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. Congratulations to the Class of l966 For I2 years, Compuler Conlrol Company, Inc., has been engaged in digilal eleclronics Io advance Ihe developmenl and applicalion of digllal compuler leclwnology for commercial, induslrial, and milifary uses. COMPUTER CONTROL COMPANY Complimenls of MARCON l'S RESTAURANT The Besl' ln llalian Food For 28 Years f,'-Y W .'.' g ,. - if x xl . "Should d 'rraled sludying 'r I1 1. '.' ' ,rr 95 ii' o more concen- a ome." ff'- Hike! x N ..- She's loyal, sl1e's lovely, d I1 k p h lla BFI S 9 66 S el' mOU l75 ' 'gggfa ? .swag ' Jeff' K 2, n ' K' iw' K ,fp 4, ,,A .y,. . .V ew .,, r f ' u. , ,gpg R in -9 'J 'fy 4 " s ,S , Ag , ,M 1 umm wwuwwffgfm MEM nu an if ww., 1 Sigma' fi 'Wi WS? 3 il' 211388 mn Q mm f ummm mmwvffwf mln!! M 2 mm lun 'mmm ww HH, hw 40 A 7' it M. .Eli 2931 rel 1- .V 54? 1 2 ,, ,Q -4 Q 1 by uh-ms' -984' ' NV 'I+ lf ' H ., f3vu'f""s.f Q' Q.. hi., V -?" 1 fffaofvo 15- Ui Q 0 .9 IIA H1 992, 41 S . A 3"'l..,w .,a C 1 " 'L . FJ qi fJ5 I 1,19 I' J I ff,' Q ku f'1r - aI .. "iff, . N , 1 4 P . - -4 g ,H . 'W a 1 I f A X. 'az I Q t i rs. I L6 5 x , 4, I w H 5,34 ' 5 iii ' . if .15-523 r 'li' . fy-iw 593 A, SA ,Mb 1 wr- ' . . . '53, S' I R Xl ps? sa f.t'N gs x ' : 1 ' X -3 J, Q-K . 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