Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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Fran , ilxllz- - T, '-A-:--M4 lf.,1.1lf-,MT -,T TT, ,T-,I Ti'TJ'U.f . A 'x V4 TL 1 gm f f Ililililvrnlivzlslsu U' 'Hg , .4 'Fx - ,J I g ' . fel? l I I e 1 4 1 vi? V, 'v 1' Q if ' A E! 7, . HHN ' 1-gh-, ,SK 4 U 'M ...iw 3 E23 i 5 a O, e 4, F, 'Fine-Q , 1 v was THE SEGMENTS OF OUR LIVES DISORGANIZED, CONFUSED, NEEDING OREENTATION, GUIDANCE STRONGLY AND CAPABLY ALWAYS WITH STAUNCH FAITH IN US, THEY HAVE HELPED US PROGRESS, EARNED OUR AFFECTION. VERA HEMENWAY B.A., Wellesley College M.A., Wellesley College Assistant Professor of English, Acting Dean First Semester 154 Maynard Road, Framingham 9 DOROTHY LARNED A.B., Mount Holyoke College M.A., Middlebury College M.Ed., Harvard University Dean of Women, Associate Professor of French, Ethics 149 Highland Avenue, Winchester HAVE FALLEN INTO THEIR HANDS. THEY HAVE BROUGHT TOLERANCE HUMOR, EXPERIENCE TO THE TASK- 'S J. 9: A K. v. if 'A a wx' vi' ' .nf- x N :ig 'Q v 1 Q 2 g wi " if 1 gy, fi 3 ,Jw Y L- , .. 4. ..v'f. , X. wr , 1 , .fmml 4' 4. . ,,.,N,, ' f-van-was ,VW MM . 6 '4'ywxzNf.,,, . A "zz L " wwf, L- . . ,mimi .. ' wax y ' ' fhegn X, "Ia, 'fm , 'L 2,-f 5 Rsmwfx n Mi . 3.3 :K V 'I Q X , f ws-K N - "im: . 2. M, , . WM .. Y . 4 'f , xxx 1 . 'Fw V , ,A 'nw-,i 'K' 3554 K , ,' KEYS I. A .fn ' 1' , 1, .. ,. . . jgvf Q., . 21, - , JA, , Q J" x A VOICES RISING CLEARLY SURE SWEET TRUE LEADERSHIP INSPIRED, SKILLFUL- BRING TO LIFE THE PICTURED STAFF, WEAVE A MUSIC-FRAGMENT OF DISCIPLINED NOTES, CHOIR GLEE CLUB GLEE CLUB OFFICERS M. Morel, A. Roach, N. Quimby, J. Wolfe, M. Fifield, Mr. Gilday ARD GILDAY B.S., New York University M.A., New York University Associate Professor of Music 'I34 Oak Crest Drive, Framingham XX T is ' ,Lhasa . QQ, Q2 I5 E' FINDING ENJOYMENT IN CREATING BEAUTY SHARING IT FULLY. OFFICERS K. Olson, J. Daniels, A. Elbery, M. Campb ll P P y E M G I STUDENT CO-OP MIRIAM RILEY A.B., Emmanuel College M.A., Boston University Associate Professor of History, Civics 591 Wilder Street, Lowell LIFE IS MANY-FACETED HAS MANY ASPECTS. ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT IS CALLED "WORKING TOGETHER"- COOPERATION FOR THE GOOD OF ALL IS SURE TO BE REWARDING. CLASS AND CLUB COUNCIL Phillips, N, Ry er A. Roach, S. Hughes, B. Adams, A. Augustin F Donagher, P. Strong, M. O'Dannell, J. Leahy J d ELEANOR CHASE B.S., University of Massachusetts M.S., University of Massachusetts Ph.D., Columbia University Associate Professor of Chemistry 45 Highland Street, Amesbury MART CHARLES HERBERGER A.B., Dartmouth College M.A., University of Cincinnati Q Instructor in English 5 Pershing Road, Scituate ,IN-X K+. ON CAMPUS OR ELSEWHERE, SETTLING COLLEGE PROBLEMS OR DEALING WITH NEW PEOPLE UNFAMILIAR PLACES, FRIENDLINESS, DECISIVENESS, CLEARNESS OF VIEWPOINT WIN RESPECT, INSURE SUCCESS 1 , ,- LAWRENCE NEWELL f W' 5 ' frzfff' B.S. in Ed., Salem State Teachers A 1 College A' Ed.M., Boston University Ed.D., Boston University Assistant Professor of Elementary in C' L P A Education Supervisor of Practice Teaching y b ,W V illf 4 27 Fldells Way Brighton T7 1 fi . I I I 1. ' , f I, .f , r V, ,.,, ofa ,-:: 'f-Q, "1 IQ " ' t -v: iff", jx DIAL STAFF B. Borba, B. Adams, R. Murphy, J. Hoas, Mrs. Herring, J. Williams, M. Nicholson, R. Jamieson, F. Clancy, J. Armstrong, P. Ashness, P. Sirong, P. Mahoney, S. Smith VERA HEMENWAY LITERARY Aovlson ELEANOR CHASE ADVERTISING Aovlson . fb -. - . ..4'n-4. -v- , , v 1 , , '. 4' , 1 lg- A X - , . ffW'4'i'lTXg, 1 V , .LELSJ YJ- v7 ,f 3-3, I I Lan : , "JP, I -'g' -. 'r ' 'fem v "tg, 'A' 'I 7 . . . Isl'-' ' v , in I- ' 147 , f ' qv-A 3 -M A . . - i ff. - v . 4. , , L, J" 'Q-was 1-fly' 19 V - 1 e ' 'Iv ?'- " , , Q I 49,1 . 1,1 ' y .Z"1'i . ff- -I ef-I 1 I " 1' -if I I . '- -'L 4- 1 . U, . J fi, H I 5-,jiri at 'rl'-,. r --1 jg! -. : R ' , , 5, Y 'V' - Q , 1:4-I S 'sf X ' my gi.. L A ' N Q .v -X RUTH HERRING B.A., University of Delaware M.A., Teachers College-Columbia Head of Art Departmeni, Associate Professor of Art 45 Rochester Road, Newton 58 U niversity WE MAY TURN FOR AID TO MANY WILLING ONES WHO GIVE GLADLY OF TI-IEMSELVES, WORK WITH US, DESERVE MUCH CREDIT FOR ANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS WE MAY CALL OURS. RALPH GOULSTON B S., Boston University Ed.M., Boston Umversuty Assistant Professor of Psychology 135 South Mann Street Natick ' 1 'w h lg Q1 ' .114 'ffgggff-SI' Y? P r AD STAFF H Crosler, P. Fleming B Ainsworth J Kenny J Fruz Roy A Duce, E. Saunders E Stanton .4254-Ii Cf- GATE POST ir N. Dalton, I. Toro J. Blcmcheffe, P. Healy, M F th, J. Fruzzell, A M ll ,- L . Af, yi X J fi ' tif, 'f' . JOHN BOWLER A.B., Boston College M.Ecl., Fitchburg State Teachers College Ed.D., Harvard University Reqistror, Professor of Social Sciences 273 Union Avenue, Framingham I K ,sc P 'I ' Pg ff nv 1 T-If ,Y g , OUR CAMPUS IS SMALL IN PHYSICAL SIZE BUT NO METROPOLIS CAN CLAIM JOURNALISTS MORE INTERESTED, ACCURATE IN TRANSFERRING NEWS TO THE PRINTED PAGE! GATE POST DANCE WITHOUT RECREATION, LIFE-CONCEPTS WOULD LACK COLOR, MOTION. X KV WEEKEND CLUB CHAIRMEN P. Bernhardi, M. Toloczko, R. Murphy, B. Barbu, B R J S I 21 A. Ly Y.W.C.A. R. Jamieson, S. Hope, M. Turner, S. Hughes ik. , A . Q if fy, V .5 K ty' . FAITH is A POSSESSION i' fs HARD TO GIVE TO OTHERS. ADA SHAWKEY lf COMES TQ EACH OF U5 B.S., University ofPinsburgh M.l.itt., University of Pittsburgh Assistant Professor of Geography Sigel, Pennsylvania is MOONLIGHT Moon i A 'KEMPIS OFFICERS P. Griflin, N. Robinson, J. Frizzell, M. O'DonneII 5,2424 A KEMPIS DANCE ALICE GLOVER B.S., Simmons College M.A., Boston University Ph.D., Boston College Professor of Physics, Biology 24 Eostloncl Road, Jomoico Plain 30 FROM WITHIN. ONCE ACQUIRED IT ADDS DEPTH AND RICHNESS TO OUR LIVES, GIVES THEM PURPOSE. wi-'f i Aly av M-pw GLADYS PRATT A.B., Mount Holyoke College LIBRARY COUNCIL E. Donahue, V. Carey, J. Wolfe, A. Quirk, A. Duce FROM BOOK-LINED UPPER REGIONS WHERE KNOWLEDGE IS BOUND IN PAPER AND LEATHER M.A., University of Illinois Librarian, Associate Professor of Children's Literature, Library Methods 25 Jewett Lane, South Hadley 24 EMMA HUNT B.A., Wellesley College M.A., Teachers College-Columbia University Head of Elementary Department, Assistant Professor of Health Education, Audio-Visual Aids, General Methods 30 Henry Street, Framingham f l P l E OFFICERS E. Saunders, G. Gilfoil, J. Blanchette, l. Gilfoil ll Pl 5, 1 ,f 44n"',pfL MARGARET WALKER B.S. in Ed., Framingham State Teachers College Ed.M., Boston University Director of Teacher Training, Associate Professor of Education 46 Normal Hill Road Framingham Centre TO HLADIES' HADES"! ,,,2rfi"fr ELMER SALENIUS A.B., Boston University A.M., Harvard University Ph.D., Boston University Instructor in English, History 4 Bates Avenue, Moynorci r inf- TRAINING SCHOOL ' A 26 fwexxk .K OFFICE STAFF BARBARA LECLERC 60 Coburn Street Framingham, Mass. MRS. LOUISE RICHARD 1014 Worcester Road Framingham Center, Mass. MRS. JOYCE MALLAR 'I60 Union Street South Natick, Mass. EVA O. RICHARD 'I9 Belvidere Road Framingham, Mass. MRS.MABEL BUCKLEY 43 Concord Street Ashland, Mass. OFFICE STAFF MR. POWERS X ' , i .i l ' I I ' s 5 P ' ' A '- ',,-I 1 .X , , , - , ,.. ,., ' x , 1 1 X ' ',,.,.....--v-'W' ' ff ., -.Q .f 4, ' 1 W ' .lil-"by: i 1 ,S 1 fi g? , V vf' :v':1f?' 5 . LQ. .N ,.,x .W A 5, ll . ,Mr vf , n lgu. lui K- INTERNATIONAL NIGHT TR? ' ' ',ff':,f..j.E!g,f.f ' T' WORLD UNITY DEPENDS UPON WORLD-FRIENDSHIP- 4, 'zu LET us PRACTICE IT, MAKE IT A PART A' I or ALL OUR LIVES. I A X 11 3 1 , 911. Tvxiir ,Jfif-' , . I 2.16373 , if f .LfTpQ,, ,J , ' R TA E T LAL vsp-1-I-' L A sif" Ig 7 'Ist "' ,. 2. ' A .v -"i'::,'f':.r R , K its lg fy-'TL 1 ,k.'-,FA 'Q E, L bib s., 1 '.fjff--A rf ff sfo f all:-.elm gui - ff MAY TURNER My B.SU, Teachers College-Columbia - W- , mversity , I Q, f M.A., Teachers College-Columbia W In University , j V . .A -TT I , MURIEL BUCKLEY Head of Home Economics Department, :wt f -.. ,I f . . j' 1 , ' Professor of Home Economics Education I B-5-, TSC-'CIWSVS COIIGQS-C0IUmbIC' 75 Maynard Road, Framingham Center ,, " "" University A M.Ed., Cornell University Assistant Professor of Clothing II Orchard Street, Belmont HOME ECONOMICS BOARD E. Sharples, J. Burke, M. Sullivan, R. Riopel, E. Fernandes, J. Phillips, E. Sullivan, J. Wolfe, R. Robinson, C. Nee ff: ' Y' ei wi.,-. ,,,,M.,,,,,, .,,. ...W . . P, ' ,Qu w 'i f . W a t 532 -' " MADELINE MONROE F B.S. in Ed., Framingham State Teachers College M.A., Teachers College-Columbia University Assistant Professor of Clothing, Education, Supervisor of Practice Teaching 885 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge 31 rt in 'vs ESM' FLORENCE DORWARD B.S., Simmons College M.A., Columbia University Assistant Professor of Foods, Nutrition 'l67A High Street, Springfield Gafely, PERSEVERANCE SHOWN BY EARLY RISING, STAUNCH CLIMBING OF "THE HlLL," LEAF-STREWN OR ICE-CLAD, ALWAYS FAR TOO HIGH! COMMUTERS CLUB MARJORIE SPARROW A.B., Radcliffe College M.A., Wellesley College Associate Professor of English 'I5 Church Street, Framingham ef I THE STAGE REFLECTS THE THINGS WE ARE, THE THINGS WE'D LIKE TO BE AND THE THINGS WE CENSURE HILLTOP REHEARSAL OTHERS FOR. Q RUTH SCHMITT B.A., New York Stote College for Teachers at Albony M.A., Teachers College-Columbia University Instructor in Speech Southampton, New York OFFICERS P. Strong, B. Buckley, M. Grover, P. McKeown i m..,.-........-r.: MAY BODY AS WELL AS MIND BE HEALTHY, ALERT! in ',A1 '9Y ,1 L., M- FRATEACO f CHAIRMEN J. Daniels, E. McGrail i X FIELD DAY XM., is L..- BERNICE TAYLOR B.S. in Ed., Teachers College- CoIumbia University M.A., Teachers CoIIege-Columbia University Director of Physical Education, Assistant Professor of History 29 Long Avenue, Framingham ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION D. Chariand, R. Crimmins, E. Suliivan, M. Martin, M. Morei, N. Robinson, E Saunders, J. Blanchette, C. George, A. McGrath, M. McDonald, S. O'DonneII, T. Kirby NOT CONTENT TO REST ON PAST LAURELS, THE CLASS OF '53 HOPED TO MAKE A PERFECT RECORD- FACULTY AND, WITH GAIETY STRENGTHENED BY DETERMINATION, BECAME FOUR-YEAR STUNT NIGHT WINNERS! .Z-. S I MM 'ri Il px H, , .C.A vi , Q ww. 36 WHEN ORIGINALITY INSPIRES LAUGHTER, STANDS BEFORE US FOR ENJOYMENT AND EVALUATION! C REATES BEAUTY C1-7 MARY O'CONNOR B.S. in Ed., Framingham State Teachers College A M.A., Columbia University Q I Instructor in Foods, Nutrition l A6 Burncoat Street, Worcester FJ l"'- +.-se-f I am H :sa . fir K ' 7533,-. ' . K f E- -.. A tk r x Qi xA . 3' apt: f 2 if 'lf - ,.- 51?f25:5fff?lf5.'i5gEill -+ A ff if xr, ' i.,,,.. . - :1335:2ssemg:J55g5mZi-1 -l.ii, ftisiisssfffsfmf f t ini tg , MARY MCGANN B.S. in Ed., Worcester State Teachers College M.A., Clark University Ed.D., Harvard University Assistant Professor ot Education Psychology 48 Aetna Street, Worcester X RUTH Mll.l.ER X 1 A.B., Mount Holyoke College A.M., Boston University Ph.D., Boston University Instructor in Family Relations, Child Development 97 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 5-.sr f- .N 'si RED CROSS B. Hosey, E. Psomiades, J. DeWire 9 O ANN MACKEY B.S., Sargent College . Ed-M-f B0?'0'TUniV?'Si'Y .,1h Instructor ln First And, A.r" Viwz L e.,A Physical Education iffy: 1. Ffi.Q,,: 179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline HONOR COUNCIL A. Augustine, M. Campbell, M. Firth, A. Elbery, K. Olson, M. Denn, P. Strong vs., .I '- DEBORAH RUSSELL B.S., Columbia University A.M., Columbia University Associate Professor of Chemistry, Nutrition Framingham Center MARION MACDONALD B.S., Boston University A.M., Boston University Instructor in Clothing, Home Furnishings 82 Rosewood Street, Mattapan 26 DANIEL HARRIGAN, JR. B.S. in Ed., Salem State Teachers College Associate Professor of Handwriting 2 Margaret Road, Peabody If , ,. . Wl..r . . i 5 1,4 l.,- www'-'ww Wan ,...u . CELESTE WATSON B.S., Cedar Crest College M.A., New York University 5 Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education, j Supervisor of 'T Practice Teaching 48 Abbott Road, y Wellesley Hills 2' I1- 40 r.. 'll ANNA BILLA B.S. in Ed., Framingham State Teachers College M.A., Teachers College- Columbia University Instructor in Clothing, Textiles 39 Eutaw Street, Lawrence WE TRY TO BALANCE WORK MADE PLEASANT AND WORTHWHILE BY THOSE WHOSE KNOWLEDGE FAR SURPASSES OURS WITH SUITABLE AMOUNTS OF RECREATION' 5 X X i we it iii: ,r--f Q-sg.32b-gf 512- QM... Ef'1v1'LT. N V-51 W, A 3 I 1 ff i ,u,p4nv' ,,,,.,,,.v aawwwwa .V H 4. 4 L 15 Q ' f 9 I L, M...-.. .WM -M F.. , V 1 u , 1 Y 4 i i Y I K . L 59" 1' ri Q Fw 332 H' ni f . a,,,,,..-I-fv"' .. ,,,,,!..m m . A' .,,..,,......A---A .Ugg ' 1 I ! , E, ' ?a iw. 5 V 7 , PH 1 A ff i 5M-W.,,- ' , ,,,v"' 0' ' ...www .ew - A ' 1409 , , i Q' ' . 1: A - ' ' , 2 V . N , V 2 s X 4 N 3 u W ' -- X" " If we 2 L V 2 - 6 WAWWWW ig f i i . f Ti 2 "i,,. v ' W Y f Ag , A .,, ,, I 5 , . ' , W ' X - : , 5 is ,.-,aymx ' . 5 f - , fi 1 f i Q l 4 A ' 'F 4 1 1 Q 1244, ' P - L 5. .. 5 2 Wy A 4 fa' .fl Ig cl-, .,, ' gfygffg -LJ.: k 1 5 1 s .6 J""?'! A. I .pw 2 3 I 1 s i , 5 w ml "-U .QI Xxffzsf i ,S .J rl, . 3 l 4 , r"f5?"5 . , :. IX N.. QQ: 2 T - fa JANET ROBINSCN B.S. in Ecl., Framingham State Teachers College Dietitian 35 Grove Street, Boston p1iq,55wQgi T miie .N 1 , ,V-., 2 Q y .w ini ' ,Giro RUTH NEWELL B.A., Maryville College Housemother of Peirce Hall 45 Grant Street, Needham 92 PIERCE HALL OFFICERS M. Belcher, W. Page, M. Ryan, J. Ballard, M. MacDonald THE CHALLENGES ARE MANY- WE ACCEPT THEM WITH ENTHUSIASM, QUICK TO ACT, TO SHIFT THE PIECES BACK AND FORTH. INITIATION 'Q fl 5 YTILE 5 FRESHMAN OFFICERS M. Dee, M. Poole, J. DeWire STUART FOSTER B.S., University of Massachusetts M.A., Columbia University Ph.D., Columbia University Professor of Chemistry, Nutrition I Maynard Road, Framingham FRESHMEN M. Haines, G. Postizzi, C. Burgess, C. Scotton, J. Kenney, B. Wilmont, M. Kristoft, M. Butler, R. Sapp, N. Taranto, M. Fahey, J. Knolton, K. Steineche, M. Dickey, N. Cornie, M. McDonald, P. Hilliard, C. Bourbean, E. Olson, E. Malverni, A. Melcher N. Hayden, P. Barber, H. Cutting, B. Connerney, D. Fagaberg, M. Wagman, M. Scribner, M. Devoe, M. Day, B. King, B. Klemen, J. Johnson, J. Petit, K. Lodge, V. Plante, P. Carty, J. Fuller, M. Powden, N. Tracy, B. Kirby, P. Sullivan, M. Rogers, M. Powers, J. Canning H-dl HN .f"" H. McEll'1iney, C. Dike, B. Whipple, L. Lind berg, C. Smith, F. Pepparcl, M. Tuck, C Delatlwauiver, V. Crooker, S. Donnellan, C Blaney, R. Koslilz, P. Colbert, J. Ensor, P Haas, P. Delcrhunt, C. Corbin F. Bently, E. Buckly, A. Goth, M. Green, A. Fulton, D. Steliga, V. Finnigin, D. Lopes, M. Nigro, N King, P. Goslin, M. Cheney, M. Forster, J. Robbins, G. Hamp, P. Killgalen it J. Consolette, M. Dalyrmple, E. lgoe, M. Borreli, M. Mulcahy, G. Worcesler, B. Patrick, L. Verzone, M. Belcher, P. LaFerriere, C. Holmes, L. Brookins, G. Salvin, E. Hamn, B. Answorth, J. Whippee, E. Bassett, L. Trey, J. Barrier, P. McGovern J "ii EE' r Cu - W... ............ ...,.,..,.....-..., . - 'PW -:K .ex . .M N. Strong, M. Delaney, A. Levis, J. Corcoran, M Reis, E. Gagnon, J. Galvin, A. Reynold, M. O'Brien M. Poole, P. Martin, M. Daley, C. Hill, E. Leighton B. Borclon, M. Gates Lyons J Gooclell A Hobby J Jenkins h P a om Lom ard: Burc I Maher G Sweeney N McDonald M Ruddy M Hoag R Stronach M Dee B Hart J McCarthy N Norman L Stoclden J McKay C McDonald E. Cooney K. Flynn M. Manning J. DeWnre ff Q 4 ., 4, VERA HEMENWAY I f MORE THOUGHT MARKS ACTION, MORE SEEKING OF ADVICE FROM THOSE WHO HAVE GUIDED OTHER HANDS THAN OURS, FOR WE KNOW OUR GOALS BUT NOT THE ROUTE THAT BRINGS US TO THEM. 'ffl' A'-' I I I x. . -:X SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE OFFICERS J. Connors, N. Ryder, P. Foley, G. Kirkpatrick 322' '- ' - ' -.5 'F . "Wav: :' ' :Q . - ff K. ...f ,--X V .-f. 'gf P. Houle, M. McDonald, M. Norton, H. Gray, E. Magirahan, J. Cronon, A. Starky, P. Montminy, W. Page, N. Ryder, J. Brennan, M. Frugnor, E. Sprague, S. O'Donnell, R.'Crimmins, N. Serine, G. Kirkpatrick, B. Hanilin 49 D. Ross, C. Ccrmerlengo, E. Roche, R. O'Connell, P. Howe, T. Roy, A. Duce, M Bornicle, M. Ryan, C. O'NeiI I. Donahue, J. Ccxlore, M. O'Connell, J. Michen, M. Chisolm, E. Sullivan, J. Gannon, N. Blois, M. Cronon, J. Slamon, D. Chorlond, P. Foley D. Davidson, B. Parenfe, J. Ballard, N. Correll, A. Bliss, P. Armour, P. Ross, B. Linley, M. Kiley, S. White, E. Hoyf, A. Hosking, V. Hodziewich, E. Schmitt wg! J A SPECIALIZATION OF INTEREST- KNOWLEDGE GAINED IN CLASSROOM SITUATIONS, ENRICHING DAILY LIVING FOR THEMSELVES AND OTHERS. VOCATIONALS B. Norris, J. Williams, M. Griffin, N. Hobden, J. Haas, P. Gillis -- lllll l A ll un .ILL . .Egg AGNES HORNBY !'! gg B.S. in Ed., Framingham State Teachers College M.S., Syracuse University Head of Vocational Department, Assistant Supervisor of Teacher Training in Household Arts Education Pleasant Street, Dighton 1 x ,Xl X. I I I I I I VOC HOUSE 1 f N 1 i V JN 1E 1: I . ADMINISTRATION-A NEW PROBLEM OUR TOOLS ARE DIFFERENT, BUT, RULER OR NEEDLE, THEY SYMBOLIZE TEACHER, AS WELL AS PUPIL, FOR THE FIRST TIME. CGRINNE HALL A.B., Denver University M.A., Columbia University Associate Professor Home Monogement 101 State Street, Frominghom gl EDWIN HAERTL B.S., University of Massachusetts A.M., Williams College Ph.D., Harvard University Professor of Science 72 Higgins Road, Framingham WE HAVE PASSED THE HALF-WAY MARK THERE IS A FIRMNESS IN OUR TOUCH- OUR VIEWPOINT HAS BROADENED. rv: ffgsygi 5 CROCKER HOUSE OFFICERS ID 'EFWVIZ iii? TT TU T .. f - lfZWf,"?W,.'v 1 lv. . Q I 4, f. A '- 1 ' H -7-"1 - If-- Z ,g .5 ,, .. ' my 'F-""51i5 ' 4 ' " ,f l ,M f--4 , 4' I N 4..g,! , 1 Yamila .,.'3g"""' ' Fi Q,-55' gif ,Z yi' aff v' 4 3? , V .. Z1 1 . 5 MQW N , V2 A ' WT'.ff.swxsmg ff r.'7ZI1'2l f wg .... new lwnx I - Y . JJ . , 4 ' ".l.a.,5 115 :12fffi31.3..". ' l Y'1A-Misa hz 4' . ,. i "?""'9""1 1-m :Q gl 5 l , 9 we A-qw ', L3 f f ' ' Z1 ll 5--f-M r' W H 'ml-:ww vang, .. ' V ' -rw 6,55 l I I I' f Q vw ' . 9 sign Q, 3 4 , I I 5 ' f iw . . ' ' o wr, lv I 3 .2 , gl. A ,, f 2 4- ' Q V lvl l ' rx.. . . mise? ' , Q52 ' " r . V . "'A S". A. W . ' ' V ' .gl f . ' I .,,fg.,., .... lx ' H .. wifi ,, XX :lggqq-,g 6415 ' 4 , ' N ' , , I, Q.. I. 1. V- A A. Tuccio, I. Toro, M. Fifleld, R. Von Euw, I. Gilfoil, L. Hughes, P. McKe-own, V. Cobb JUNIORS R. Reople, E. Shorples, C. Moloney, N. Dalton, J. Frizzell, H. Croshere, P. Healy, R Robirwon. M. Galvin, J. Cloonon, A. Quirk 'Y D 3 B. Hosey, E. O'Hare, R. Hubbard, M. Moran, V. Carey, J. Anderson, S. Laycock, J. McTierncm, M. Grover, K. O'Connor, N. Quimby, M. Galvin, R. Robinson, B. Rice V. Shea, M. Cronin, C. George, E. Mee, M. O'Niel, R. Murphy, M. Cotter, P. Cunningham, M. Kannally, P. Perry, E. Saunders, N. Robinson, F. Donagher f,..,,,,i ns., .1 -L ' ry, v - ...mas hmmm E 'if air? 339 - - . " VER- , 9 J-. ' . .AWM 5-L ilk.. .wx ., JS Q " . -,I "1-lg.. in , V., I 1 r "Vi '--x 4 x.."4' ., D ,1- !D-x '5. 1 THE SAME FRAGMENTS STILL MAKE UP OUR LIVES LET US WORK WITH THEM AS WE HAVE LEARNED, GIVING EACH ASPECT ITS PROPER PLACE, KEEPING INGREDIENTS IN PROPORTION. l t ,lk Aw I FLORA JOHNSON Housemother of Horace Mann Hall 21 Turner Street, Newtonville '1-1 fvb HORACE MANN HALL OFFICERS HAZEL TAYLOR, R.N. Newport Hospital Training School for Nurses Children's Medical Center Instructor in Nursing Arts, Resident Nurse Horace Mann Hall, State Teachers College, Framingham . Mansfield, N. Scott, C. Dike, V. Shea, A. Carey, P. Quinn SENIOR OFFICERS ALL THAT COULD BE DONE TO GUIDE US IS ABOUT TO END- SAFTER THIS, THE TASK IS OURS ALONE. E C y J P I A. Augustine, P. Des Roches . urr, . orer, SENIOR-FRESHMAN FACULTY TEA DAVID BERGER B.S. in Ed., Massachusetts School of Art M.F.A., Cranbrook Academy of Art Assistant Professor of Art 592 Union Avenue, Framingham fx CLASS HISTORY PERPETUAL MOTION-THE ONLY DESCRIPTION APPROPRIATE TO THE FAST-REVOLVING FRAGMENTS OF LIFE. SEPTEMBER-WHEN EACH DAY IS NEW IN MOOD, IN COLOR, SEPTEMBER, I949. UNTIL THEN, FEW CHOICES HAD BEEN OURS TO MAKE, NOW THE PIECES OF OUR LIVES BEGAN TO FALL INTO OUR HANDS, FOR US TO BUILD WITH, FIT TOGETHER. THE CLASS OF T950 TAUGHT US HOW TO MEET ADVERSITY WITH A SMILE! INITIATION-ONLY ONE OF MANY NEW ADJUSTMENTS, HOLDING TEACUPS IN SHAKY HANDS, MAKING OUR DEBUT ON THE STAGE WITH A STUNT NIGHT CONCERNING OUR HOPED FOR GYMNASIUM! AT SOLEMN MOMENTS, EVEN TODAY, "BEYOND THE WATER TOWER" IS RENDERED MELODIOUSLY BY MANY SWEET VOICES! DOES ANYONE KNOW AS MUCH AS A SOPHOMORE? NOW WE KNEW ALL ABOUT COLLEGE LIFE, OR SO WE THOUGHT. WE DISPLAYED THE SOCIAL GRACES AT THE SOPHOMORE HOP. HIKING TO CUSHING PICNIC GROUNDS, WE SHARED KNOWLEDGE AND AUTUMN AIR WITH THE CLASS OF '54, THESPIANS ALL, WE GLANCED AT CAMPUS LIFE. COMMUTERS AND BOARDERS-AND "JOE COLLEGE" HIMSELF, SHOWED THE STUNT NIGHT AUDIENCE SEVERAL ASPECTS OF FRAMINGHAM! AS JUNE APPROACHED, WE GAINED ENOUGH KNOWLEDGE TO REALIZE HOW LITTLE WE REALLY KNEW! 62 WE HEARD BELLS RINGING-NO HALLUCINATION. JUNIOR YEAR, AND CLASSROOMS CLAIMED US, WE LEARNED AS WE TAUGHT. BATHING BEAUTIES SANG BESIDE THE SEA AT JUNIOR FRESHMAN PARTY. JUNIOR DANCE IN NOVEMBER, JUNIOR WEEKEND IN MAY, UNITED US SOCIALLY. SHAKESPEARE HELPED US TO PRESENT A STUNT NIGHT IN ELIZABETHAN DRESS. THINGS WE WERE WORKING TO ACHIEVE LOOMED EVER LARGER, EACH DAY FOUND US LESS HAPHAZARD, MORE PURPOSEFUL. INVESTITURE CHAPEL, ONCE WE HAD WATCHED THE SENIORS BLACK-GOWNED AND SOLEMN, PASS SLOWLY BY, NOW WE TOOK THEIR PLACES. HAD THEIR THOUGHTS BEEN LIKE OURS? WE ADDED INNOVATIONS TO INITIATION, TEMPERED IT! WE CAROLED THROUGH STILL FRAMINGHAM STREETS, DECEMBER'S CHILL HALF-FORGOTTEN IN THE WARMTH OF COMPANIONSHIP, OUR FINAL STUNT NIGHT FOUND US IN ATLANTIS, WE DANCED UNDER SOFTENED LIGHTS AT THE SENIOR PROM, WE BORE THE DAISY CHAIN, FORMING A MAGIC CIRCLE OF HANDS AND VOICES AND FOOTSTEPS IN NEVINS HALL. LISTEN!!! JOINING OURS, CAN'T YOU HEAR THE ECHOES OF OTHERS? WE HAVE JOINED A PROCESSION AUGMENTED EACH JUNE, GOING FORTH WITH HOPES MUCH THE SAME AS OURS- WE HAVE FITTED INTO PLACE A FRAGMENT MARKED "FRAMINGHAM," I 63 ELIZABETH ADAMS A "LITTLE-GIRL" QUALITY INSPIRING AFFECTION. CLARITY OF THOUGHT, ECHOED IN ACTION, INSPIRING RESPECT- ,ki A Xl' 4 JOAN ALTEMUS ARMSTRONG INDUSTRY AND ENERGY TAKE THE LEAD AND TACT IS THE GUIDE. f X.. PAULINE ASHNESS SOMETHING OF THE MYSTIC HERE: DARK THOUGHTFULNESS OF EYE SUGGESTS MYRIAD HOPES AND DREAMS. 64 ANNA AUGUSTINE SHE TREADS A WELL-MARKED PATH, EACH STEP IS FIRM AND SURE: BUT MISCHIEF DANCES IN HER LAUGH- LISTEN! MARLENE BARON APPEALING OF PERSONALITY HUSKY OF VOICE, 65 QUICK OF THOUGHT. BARBARA POTH BARBA IS IT NOT WORTHWHILE TO SORT ONE'S DREAMS AND VISIONS, MAKE THEM COME ALIVE? v.,,f, L 6.5: " 1 J., CAROLINE BOLTON A WEALTH OF EFFICIENCY HIDDEN IN A QUIET PLACE: GOOD NATURE- THAT CAN'T BE CONCEALED! JEAN BIATEK GOALS ARE SURER TO BE REACHED FINDING TRUE MEANINGS! rmfw my vqb VY 'ff N 66 WHEN HEART AND HEAD WORK TOGETHER, J BARBARA BRENNAN DAYS ARE MORE THAN MARKS UPON THE CALENDARp THEY PROMISE ENJOYMENT WELL WORTH SEEKING. JEAN BURKE A QUESTIONING INTELLECT WITHOUT SOLEMNITY FREQUENT LAUGHTER-WE ALL JOIN IN! BONNIE BRUNTON A DIMINUTIVE PACKAGE QUIXOTIC YET PROFOUND AND FULL OF SURPRISES! 'Iv www' DOROTHY BURNS ALERT AND VITAL, SPICING DUTY WITH IMAGINATION. 67 f ARLENE CAREY ' TAKING WHAT THE WORLD HAS GIVEN, I I I I MAKING IT NEW, EXCITING, MEANINGFUL. I I1 II I I I ! 5 -L ll I! Z! I II I Who I I I ,V MARGARET CAMPBELL I I QUESTIONING THE WORLD, 5' ITS HOWS AND WHYS, 33 LIGHTING THE QUEST WITH HUMOR! I ,I I FRANCES CLANCY A CLEAR DIRECTNESS OF EYE AND MIND, A TOUCH OF THE DREAMER TO FINISH THE PICTURE. 68 '96 'TTf"'?b ""'s-Ii MARION COLLINS SERENE OF ASPECT, COMPOSED OF MIEN, GENTLE OF SPEECH. MARY COLLERAN HUMOR IS AN ELUSIVE TRAIT, LURKING IN UNSUSPECTED PLACES TO CAPTURE YOU-UNAWARE! 69 ANNE CONCANNON SPEECH AS HONEST, CRISP AS CAPE COD'S BREEZES, FAITH IN WHAT TOMORROW'S SURE TO BRING. SHIR-LEE CROSBY IMAGINATION PUT TO PRACTICAL USE TRANSFORMING THE ORDINARY TO THE UNUSUAL! P- MI: f..,s'5pj.':':'r- 1, 1 -I 3 gqsy, ' . III' Q- EMM ,, mx - , MW., I, f.j7aIIjQ'hi , , ..A,.,.... wr-v?5. Ifs' ?': z. ff TW 'fx PATRICIA CORBETT HOW NICE TO BE SENSIBLE, YET HAVE A TWINKLE IN THE EYE AND A LAUGH ON THE LIPS. ELLEN CURRY 9 If F41 .III I' if .wif ? 5. 1' Ig "UZ, 1. Q .gif I1 1- riff ,.f'I-'ff' -I. , sl, HER VOICE REPEATS THE DEPTH AND RICHNESS OF HER PERSONALITY. SHE THINKS OF OTHERS BEFORE HERSELF. HELEN DAVIS QUIET oooo NATURE LETS ABILITY DO THE TALKING. .2 .... N :WW , f i A 'I . .J L- .' - . , ":: 5':?K!'5lSiv : . V' "Sw . I .IACQUELINE DARDIS ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY ARE NATURAL COMPONENTS OF SUCCESS! MARIE DENN WHEN THE WORLD'S CREAKY JOINTS GET PONDEROUS AND SLOW SHE OILS THEM WITH WIT AND SPEEDS THEM WITH DIPLOMACY. 71 GLORIA DE RENZIS SHE KNOWS THAT LAUGHTER ADDS A SPARKLE TO THOUGHT AND DEED. WJ w.,h..hdW' PRISCILLA DES ROCHES HERS IS THE UNHURRIED WAY, THOUGHT-CONTROLLED, CALMLY EXECUTED. 72 JOAN DILLON THE BEST CONVERSATIONALIST NEEDN'T SAY MUCH WHEN SHE'S A GOOD LISTENER Af? ANNE ELBERY EFFORTLESS LEADERSHIP, MARKED BY DEDICATION AND ENTHUSIASM! CHARLOTTE ELLISON NANCY ELLIS HER UNRUFFLED DEMEANOR SHOWS INWARD COMPOSURE CLARITY OF MIND. LAUGHTER REFLECTS PURE ENJOYMENT, EASE OF MANNER, QUIET CONFIDENCE. 73 A. Ii rn xv" - . I I I I I I 1 T ' " ' ' ' " ' """"" MHZ X by fm , V ,,. Yu .g , JANET FARIS CRISP OF VOICE, CHOOSING WORDS WISELY, EACH ONE EFFECTIVE, COMPELLING, FORCEFUL. 4- L R., ELIZABETH FARRELL TO SAY THE RIGHT THING AT THE RIGHT TIME IS A WONDERFUL GIFT WHEN IT LEAVES US WITH A SMILE! MARY FIRTH SHE LISTENS, LEARNS, PUTS LEARNING TO THE TEST, TURNING THOUGHT TO ACTION! I I I Y 41' 'I' " MARCIA FLAGG f I A 2 DRY OF WIT UNRUFFLED OF MANNER REALISTIC IN ATTITUDE M.. PSR PATRICIA FLEMING THERE'S MANY A JEST TO BE APPRECIATED, TO BE FREELY SHARED WITH EVERYONE! iF"- JOAN FLANAGAN THE GLOOMY AND THE GRAY FLEE THE ATMOSPHERE WITH JOAN'S FIRST WORD. 75 ANNE FLYNN A TOUCH OF THE WISTFUI. APPROPRIATE TO HER CELTIC WIT. T as MARY FORD CHEERFUL COMPETENCE SHOWS THE WAY, GOVERNS ACCOMPLISHMENT. Again-V OLIVE FORREST QUIET PEOPLE ARE FULL OF SURPRISES WORTH INVESTIGATING. 76 'O' ANNE FRAHER THE WARMTH OF HER HEART ILLUMINES HER SMILE. FRANCES FRASER BOOKS ARE MAKE-BELIEVE AND DREAMS ARE NEBULOUS THINGS BUT WORTHWHILE, WHEN MIXED WITH REASON! 77 MARIE GATELY HER MANNER REVEALS BRIGHTNESS OF OUTLOOK CHEERINESS OF THOUGHT. PATRICIA GILLIS THE UNASSUMING ONES ARE OFTEN MOST APPRECIATED BECAUSE THEY LEAST EXPECT IT. EVELYN GREENIDGE THE WORLD HAS DEPTH AND RICHNESS OPINIONS ARE VOICED HONESTLY, LAUGHTER'S QUICK TO COME! MW Ii'-TM Q'-.1 CN ' 4.v GRACE GILFOIL A BELIEVER IN DOING, APPROACHING PROBLEMS WITH ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE. PATRICIA GRIFFIN AN OLD-FASHIONED GIRL AS MODERN AS THE PRESENT AS VARIABLE AS THE FUTURE AS CERTAIN AS THE PAST. MARTHA GRIFFIN HER WORDS ARE FOOD FOR THOUGHT AND HAVE THE SPICE OF WIT. JOAN HAAS PRODIGIOUS RESULTS EFFORTLESSLY ACHIEVED! 79 NANCY HALL EVER SEEKING WHAT IS TRUTH, SHE LEARNS BY QUESTIONING, FITTING ANSWERS TOGETHER. JACQUELINE HEIM THE QUIET EFFECTIVENESS OF A PASTEL DRAWING: GENTLE SURENESS GUIDES HER RESULTS ARE SATISFYING. I, HQ: Rf, Z . 'L . , ' Q f,',iQ?'Kef?f? I . it f1g'Qx'f-qfA- I A ' A TNQ? NORMA HAZEN A CALMNESS OF MIEN, REFLECTING POISE, COMPETENCE, AWARENESS. 80 NANCY COUSENS HOBDEN THE MIND THAT PROBES AND PRODS BEYOND THE OBVIOUS IS NEVER AT A LOSS FOR ENTERTAINMENT. PATRICIA HOLBROOK SHE CONSIDERS EACH ASPECT OF A PROBLEM, RELATES THEM ALL. IRENE HOLMES THE MOST CAREFUL WATCHER WOULD NEVER SEE HER IDLE: HERS IS A BUSY HAND, GUIDED BY A THOUGHTFUL MIND. 81 SHIRLEY HUGHES J., RUTH JAMIESON SHE IS THE BEST OF LISTENERS, SINCERELY INTERESTEDp HER OWN WORDS MERIT THOUGHTFUL ATTENTION! SOME STRIDE SLOWLY TOWARD A GOAL: HER STEPS ARE QUICK, HER MANNER CHEERFUL, UNDISCOURAGED! ,Q uf" 82 - 'T -21 .7 . , , 7 u . JOANN JACKSON IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE BUT SOME PEOPLE CAN MAKE PERFECTION LOOK EASY NANCY KEIRANS I DOES SHE Loox FAMILIAR? YES, SHE MIGHT HAVE STEPPED FROM THE PAGES or VOGUE, BUT HER MANNER'S NATURAL AND SINCERE! JOAN KELLIHER WHAT IS HER CHARM? IT ELUDES THE MIND WHILE CAPTURING THE HEART BARBARA KELLEY SERIOUSNESS OF PURPOSE THOROUGHNESS OF PERFORMANCE ACHIEVEMENT ITS OWN REWARD. 83 ANN KENNEY SURE OF APPROACH, AWAKE TO NEW IDEAS, GRACEFUL OF MOTION. ' 4 R, MAIN, ,, If' THERESA KIRBY SHE HAS ATHLETIC SKILL, BUT ADD TO THIS HONESTY, HUMOR, FRIENDSHIP. BARBARA KNIGHT TRUE ABILITY IS REFLECTED IN EVERYTHING SHE DOES. 84 LZ ,., ? JEANNE LEAHY SHE Moves AS QUICKLY ' , 2 AS SHE GRASPS , "THE FUNNY sms OF THINGS." S. ARLENE LEONARD ACTIONS REFLECT PLANNING, THOUGHT BEHIND THEM. f W5A,Ff5i'ff'IT': W.,A' - ' ' pl '-.f. ,'-ax.-N Ibn ' , . . X , ' is ,F .6452 f 1,-, A . nip ' " r 1, fzvfffi fi 1 ,c:"f5:'ew:I ' ' I f " H BARBARA MAHONEY WE CAN ENVY HER ABILITY AND EMULATE HER METHOD, WILL WE EVER BE AS SUCCESSFUL? 85 25,13 Iiffefff wiv f rg 5.6,-T,fl', YP' EMC- "1 In XYQI'-133 ,fi PATRICIA MAHONEY SHE CREATES A PATTERN WITH SWIFT, STRONG STROKES, BRINGS IT ALIVE WITH ENTHUSIASM! SHIRLEY MALONEY THE CHARACTER IS STAMPED DISTINCT, INIMITABLE- SORRY, NO DUPLICATES! --ifbu IW. ANN MANSFIELD me YN OPTIMISM WALKS WITH HER, GUIDING HER STEP, LIGHTING THE WAYI I I wwf' 4 lx I,3w,,.1,A , PHYLLIS MASON ENTHUSIASM IS THE STUFF OF WHICH SUCCESS IS MADE. RUTH MATTO MAUREEN MARTIN SHE CAN TURN MUSIC TO RHYTHMIC MOTION, CAPTURE FRIENDS WITH TRUE SINCERITY. mf- E ' .. . A 'I5'h-ff ig, , :fwfr L. - sf A Q sv, f if L. " fiL.?'. i 1' I I s ' ,..3Q,-y ' . g mszzg f X LIFE IS NOT ROUTINE, DRAB-SHADEDp SHE LOOKS FOR COLOR, RICHNESS IN EACH DAY, FINDS THEM! 87 ,we .. W f v . If -f ff - .155 Q- , ,W ,,,:.ff,,-A , fel S MQ? - ,.... , 1 V, I - - . - 1,5 , I F - , fb YE?-:.f'FT2e" 1, ,, . , .A :rw-., 1 -fffzim Nw . ,AJS . xg., qi::"'3:'f'1-I A - ,. iz "i 'l im-"'? ' 5 A ggi.:-.,gx , ,ar fi M I 'E 'Z 525445214 92 'ij Ky 'Z 4' ' 'fi f. if "1??Q . I . fifxxx h 1 :EM 1 .-rf-4. A, fi'-2 I HELENE MCDONALD SHE VIEWS THE WORLD CALMLY UNDERSTANDS IT, SOLVES ITS PROBLEMS BY QUIET APPLICATION. GERTRUDE MCDONNELL SHE FOLLOWS LIFE-OUTLINES DRAMATIC, DEFINITE, HA THOUGHT-DEVELOPED. EX , E 932' E. 1?E??'i " , Nags? . '25 if ' ELEANOR MCGRAIL REALNESS or PERSONALITY- WINNING FRIENDS WITHOUT EFFORT, KEEPING THEM. 88 3 . , V ' X, 'W ww?- ALICE MCGRATH BRISK IN SPEECH, DRY OF HUMOR EVER THE REALIST! 41-w-.M 1 I .mmm CLARA MONTI DREAMS ARE WRITTEN DOWN VISIONS BROUGHT TO LIFE. MARYANN MORAN TO THINK BEFORE SPEAKING, CALMLY, LOGICALLY, MAKES OPINIONS WORTHWHILE. 89 IE "?u--- Q. MARY MOREL fcia 31,231 ?' S'?fZ'i' ' ' ' " L' SHE REALIZES THE SHORTCOMINGS I, V, .gl-.,,,, 17.111 'Iiv','P,' 1.57 y, L., wg' Q' OF THE WOR'-D1 '1.QI.15'f5Ql1-Eipbif iv . .-FFL :c.'f1i. V'-?"ffm', 454F:ji5f'1f' ' " - 'I it ' I Accsprs THEM CALMLY. 5':g:Ea,'-1gI-.,,ggfm- , bmi-,gin-: v:ffExf,.' 4161? ffia ' - .,mfi I .igr '2 ' . p.,.x., wi. ' - r":L.xf.-.' '53 90 ANNE MULLIN ORGANIZATION OF THOUGHT KNOWLEDGE OF OBJECTIVES, LEAD TO ACCOMPLISHMENT, QUIETLY. .fi ' li . iv, -- .Lf ' Q - , . ' F Q' E ,L nn' '55 LOUISE MURPHY COMPOSED OF DEMEANOR, DISCERNING OF JUDGMENT. 1 9' ,,gJ?' RUTH MURPHY NOT TO BE CAPTURED BY ANY PEN WHY NOT READ IT FROM LIFE'S PAGES? THERE IS MUCH DRAMA STILL UNWRITTEN, if , BESSIE NICHOLAS MIDNIGHT HAIR IN STRIKING TO SUNNY OUTLOOK, REFLECTING THE DEPTH OF HER THOUGHT. CONTRAST " W. ml!" MARJORIE NICHOLSON ART FOR ART'S SAKE ART FOR EVERYTHING'S SAKE. 91 ELIZABETH NORRIS BECAUSE DILIGENCE HAS THE UPPER HAND EXUBERANCE IS HELD IN CHECK. KATHLEEN NUHN TASKS ARE SET BEFORE HER, PERFORMED CAPABLY, QUICKLY. ,pd MARY O'CONNOR AN UNASSUMING AIR CAN NEVER QUITE DISGUISE SUCH CONSPICUOUS ABILITY. 92 '- 'SE 'I I, A- :- GRACE O'DONNELL MOBILE OF FEATURE, DEPICTING EMOTIONS AS STRONG AS HER WIT! "ill MARY O'DONNELL THERE IS A QUALITY NO PEN CAN CATCH, WHICH MAKES SOME PERSONS MEMORABLE, MAGNETIC OF PRESENCE. KAY RAMSDELL OLSON EMOTION SOARS WITH HER VOICE, RINGING OUT, CLEAR AND TRUE, EMOTION TEMPERED BY COMMON SENSE. JANICE PHILLIPS A uve WIRE 1 I WELL INSULATED WITH CHARM CAN STILL GIVE AN UNEXPECTED SHOCK HOPE PONTES THE HEART MAY HAVE REASONS THAT THE REASON DOES NOT KNOW- BUT SOMETIMES THEY WORK TOGETHER! 'YK' JOAN PORTER LYRICAL OF THOUGHT, SHE MAKES MUSIC OF WORDS. EFTHEMIA PSOMIADES HERE'S A LARGE HELPING OF TALENT, C,-fzfw' Iwf ' 1 V ' if ' FT'3"fx'f'41'V5""I"""7 "IT . V 'Til 'TER'-" ' ' SERVED UP WITH GAIETY, SHARED WITH ALL! A 'ali ix I '45 " 7' Wie' PHYLLIS QUINN SWEETNESS AND SINCERITY COMPOUNDED WITH A CATALYST OF CHARM! MARIE REGAN THE MUSES HAVE INSPIRED HER AND MEDITATION MINGLES WITH A TOUCH OF CAPRICE. 95 MARY RIORDAN HER BEARING SUGGESTS SELF-POSSESSION CONFIRMED BY ACTION. .V III ff' 6 4-2,- 'Suv' 'Q ANNE ROACH THE LYRIC SHE SINGS IS ALWAYS JOYFUI., NEVER "THE BLUES"! bv DORIS ROBBINS SHE SPEAKS WITH HUMOR, CHARM AND TACT, BEFITTING ONE OF QUEENLY BEARING, GENTLE DIGNITY. 96 ROSE SANTOSUOSSO QUIET COMPOSURE, GENTLE DIGNITY THAT MAKE HER MEMORABLE. MARILYN SEWELL NANCY SCOTT GOOD ANGELS MUST INSPIRE HER BUT PIXIES LEND A HAND. LOOK AHEAD, TO THE FUTURE, BUT SETTLE TODAY'S PROBLEMS AS THEY COME. 97 TERESA SIMS AN ATHLETE'S COORDlNATIONg PENETRATING HUMOR, BRINGING SITUATIONS INTO FOCUS. SANDRA SMITH PIQUANT OF FEATURE, AND OF SPEECH, INFECTIOUS OF LAUGHTER A ,4.- . .lfrgjjlg ' ' ' f fiyl' . T H 'xl' .5 !5bf,.ULa , 'I'P. TY1 I ' 2 ' ' ,ifZ3!q,:s,f' , , t T g,m'.,v,. :pl . ' . ?X,x,,:,Yk , - . ' ff'!"X.-' -.. .Rf .. . n i 5 . "'rf,"'2. I- . A Jqf.-,g -ff-A '.. ' " . .., ,wb , . - mf' 98 gf x,,L if ELIZABETH STANTON LAUGHTER LENDS A LILT TO WORD AND DEED: BRIGHTNESS OF COLORING REPEATED IN MANNER! JANET STOUGHTON SENSE AND NONSENSE SERVED TOGETHER MAKE FASCINATING FARE . ,. , .-..-,,.,.w..., ,-R4 :QW ji ' gg 5 iww I, -49115 PINELLA STRONG THE DANCE IS SURELY PENNY'S MUSE, HER VOICE PROVIDES ITS SONG, CAROLS FORTH HER HOPES AND DREAMS! 99 EDITH SULLIVAN THE WORLD IS EITHER DARK OR BRIGHT, NEVER GRAYED IN HUE, NOR DULL, ALWAYS SHARP-DEFINED. 'Egg , , ' : vi MARY LOU SULLIVAN CLOTHES MAKE THE WOMAN ESPECIALLY WHEN THE WOMAN MAKES THE CLOTHES. BARBARA SUNTER AS SOFT PIANO TONES RETAIN THEIR TRUTH. SO A CALM APRROACH TO LIFE SEES IT CLEARLY, COMPLETELY. 100 is ROSEMARY SURETTE A SHE PAINTS HER OWN BRIGHT PICTURE OF THE WORLD, MAKES US SEE IT TOO. HARRIET TAFT GRACE AND CHARM ENHANCED BY VIVACITY! IOI fb! -' 5Q3f,.,iZ'2-'C' V" , ,f5f"53Eif" "'tZ"""-wr JEAN THORNTON ACCEPTING LIFE, MAKING ADJUSTMENTS WITH OBJECTIVITY. 4 mr" MARY TOLOCZKO WHEN SHE KNOWS THE JOB TO DO IT'S AS GOOD AS DONE- AND SHE'S HAD FUN DOING IT! MARILYN TURNER COMPOSURE IS BUT A MIRROR OF A SERENE AND TRANQUIL NATURE .fbgxe-.5 . JEAN WEST PERSEVERANCE, HOPE-ENHANCED AIDS HER TO FOLLOW HER CHOSEN PATH. BARBARA WILLEY THE LAUGH IN HER EYES TELLS YOU THAT DULLNESS WILL SOON BE DISPELLED! Antik mm -wav' .f""' L. ANNE WILLIAMSON WHY RESTRAIN, WHY SUBDUE? THE WORLD IS BIG ENOUGH TO LET EXUBERANCE REIGN! JOAN WILLIAMS SHE DOES SO MANY THINGS WELL IT'S HARD TO CHOOSE ONE TALENT TO DISCUSS. 103 ELEANOR WILSON MUCH CAN BE DONE WITHOUT FUSS, WITH QUIET APPLICATION wi il . , .my ' NIL ' H in-spare L :T ,f "QI.-:ily . img" H455 ' 5l'id5I ""i'II' ":t'I,5 ' -- 'ff TL" ufffl .1 EU ' -T 1 551, .5 ... gm.-I, -fl 5.5 xx my '- In I Lewis 'wa Ja' 'L' ,war :gl -t f""bv+IK i :wr 'H' MARY YOUNG BUOYANCY, A YOUTHFUL QUALITY NEW AS EACH SEASON, DEEPENED BY THOUGHT. il' "'L" JANE WOLFE TO HAVE IDEAS, WELL EXPRESSED IS A GIFT DOUBLED IN VALUE BY A MIND DISCOVERING NEW HORIZONSI 'I04 RUTH HESSION HER EYES DANCE WHEN SHE LAUGHS, CONTAGIOUSLY. MV f-in VIRGINIA SCAMMON TRUE WORTH IS SHOWN BY ACTIONS WHICH UNOBTRUSIVELY REACH AN IMPRESSIVE TOTAL T05 i r , 1 Sw' f , .EP . J . , Q., , ik. il, . m f ' 1 .S-s'1:'7"' Q1 50-Elf l sq? Y 1 .1 J ,z 5 1 r M y s , J".-ffp.-1-rel..-y-f4g5.wgq Nancy C., Nancy H., Mike, Phyl. Sul, Peggy, Anne. Jean, Marie, Dottie, Tessie, Louise. .pl X , will 'wliflg 1, , 1 . 1 .A 1 A 1 ' F ifi - 7 ' ' A in 1.-.'1x'4'f4. 5 ' Mory, Ruth, Joann. Flip, Hope, Burkie. Pai, Betty, Nancy. F, I . ..,. ... W.. 'I fi.. .',- i.- , V . . Bonnie, Doris, Joan. Arlene, O'Don, Eleanor. Anne, Irene, Rosie. 106 Ji My 5' -'ll . . ,M Ag' -- . V . , le ' . , 'ff an f -:vw .f 3,2 eff A :jw...' znfi1s.fw ' f Xi lffg'-,.wa. . v ',.3. 1: 2s 1 'f' . Q' M wh r S A' want' "'f HJ. 1 6, af? ,--rw. . .naw 9134- yrjig. fi 1 Graf- QA, - Qiqflfzfiigf: az ., 4. -'gxygv M:1,g,",4u. ,. . ri 1 i -. N.-.1 . bug, gs, iq., mmf .RD Q ., ..4,. Joan W., Joan H., Martha. Betty, Barbie, Marlene, Gloria. Clara, Grace, Marcia, I. v 4 Y ,pw -Q 04 .Iv . 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Mgr, f ,fy 4 , N- 1, .... n,,,,f. 'L 5 W. , . :-.L fig 1-.X I-' if-2.4-1 ,1,sig1fw:::2 V "Su, 1 1 1 11 frf.E'f'r '4s1 'r Shirl, Harriet, Shirley, Mary. Joanie, Knighty, Margie. Carol, Stoughty, Anne. my 3 5 I we iff' -Jan MOMENTS OF RELAXATION FIND MANY OF US ,.,,. ... In 5 Q 4 Y I I 1, ...LQ L iv IN MANY PLACES, I ... I .Q .5 - - f R II A I I as ' 5 !l-N , N , N W I I df -I. W I' I If TX. it 'I I I Q, 1 ' 'Zn 'U' J' I ..b. A kA,w , A' fl 'K 4 J? Q ' -I aj . ,V', Ami ' 'f., , I' If DOING MANY DIFFERENT THINGS! 110 ADAMS, ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG, JOAN ALTEMUS ASHNESS, PAU LINE AUGUSTINE, ANNA BARBA, BARBARA POTH BARON, MARLENE BIATEK, JEAN BOLTON, CAROLINE BRENNAN, BARBARA BRUNTON, BONNIE LOU BURKE, JEAN DIRECTORY Elementary Main Street, Edgartown A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman Moonlight Mood 3, 4, Class Vice-Presi- dent I, Represenative 2, Vice-President 3, C.C.C. Sup- per Chairman I, Student Co-op 2, 4, C.C.C. 4, Mart Worker 4, Modern Dance 3, Dial Editor 4, Black Vol- leyball 2, 3. Home Economics 64 Hayes Avenue, Lowell H. Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Membership Chairman 2, A.A. I, 2, 3,4, Manager Volleyball 2, Softball 3, Y.W.C.A. 3, Student Co-op 3, Dial Business Manager 4, Modern Dance 'I, 2, 3, General Co-Chairman Frateaco Week- end 2, Black Hockey 'l, 2 fCaptainJ, 3,4, Crocker President 3, Hospitality Committee 4. Elementary 73 Gardner Street, Waltham A.A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 3, 4, Dial Subscription Editor 4, Hilltop Players 2, 3, Black Volleyball 2, Junior Freshman Party 3. Elementary 54 State Road, North Dartmouth A.A. I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2 Ureasurerl, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Library Council 'l, 2, Student Co-op 4, Frateaco Cheerleader I, 2, Co-Chairman of Dance 2, Co- hairman of Hospitality 3, C.C.C. 4, Stunt Night Com- mittee 2, Junior Dance Committee 3, Class Secretary 3, President 4, Peirce Secretary 2, Mart Worker 4. Elementary 9 Ashworth Terrace, Haverhill A.A. I, Hilltop Players 2, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 3, Dial 3, 4, Weekend Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Senior Advisor 4, Red Cross 'l, 2, 3 lSecretaryJ. Elementary I8 Vesta Road, Dorchester Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Elementary 312 Pond Road, Westwood Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4, P.l.E. 4, Smoking Room Chairman 3, 4. Home Economics 61 Dartmouth Street, New Bedford H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'l, 2, 3,, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Weekend Club 2. Elementary 'I5 Clearwater Road, Chestnut Hill A.A. 4, P.I.E. 3, A Kempis 'I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 2, 3, 4. Home Economics 105 Birds Hill Avenue, Needham H.Ec. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, A.A. 'l, 2, Class Treasurer 2, C.C.C. Treasurer 3, 4, Modern Dance 3, General Co-Chairman Frateaco Weekend 2, Gold Hockey l, 2. Home Economics 70 Tecumseh Street, Fall River H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Membership Chairman 3, A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, A Kempis 'l, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 2, 3, Quiet and Order Committee 2, Chemistry Coun- cil 'l, 2, 3 Nice-Presidentl, Peirce Vice-President 2, Toastmistress Frateaco Weekend 2, Campus Improve- ment Committee 4. Ill BURNS, DOROTHY CAMPBELL, MARGARET CAREY, ARLENE CLANCY, FRANCES COLLERAN, MARY COLLINS, MARION CONCANNON, ANNE CORBETT, PATRICIA CROSBY, SHIR-LEE CURRY, ELLEN DARDIS, JACQUELINE Elementary 380 Parker Street, Newton Center A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' T, 2, 3, 4, Gate Post 3, 4 lBusiness Managerl, Dial 3, Junior Dance Com- mittee 3, Honor Council 3, 4. Elementary 26 Circuit Avenue, Newton Highlands 61 A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op 3, 4 fFirst Vice- Presidentl, Gate Post 3, 4, Dining Room Council 4, N.S.A. Chairman 3, Delegate to N.S.A. National Conference 3, Co-Chairman Gate Post Dance 3, Honor Council 3, Delegate to Rhode Island Model Congress 2, Chairman Judiciary Board 4, Personnel Committee 4. Elementary 7'I Walnut Street, Malden A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, P.l.E. 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Gate Post I, 2, Dial I, 3, Chairman Pan-American Day 3, Stunt Night Committee 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Co-Chairman Frateaco Dance 3, Weekend Club 3, Horace Mann Treasurer 4. Elementary 28 Maple Street, North Bellingham A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players I, 2, 3, Dial Liter- ary Editor 4, Stunt Night Chairman 4, Curriculum Committee 4, Delegate to Rhode Island Model Con- gress 2, Delegate to New England Teacher Prepara- tion Conference 4, Script Committee for Pan-Amer- ican Day 2. Home Economics I2 Packard Avenue, Dorchester H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis 'l, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 5 Walnut Hill Road, Newton Centre 59 A Kempis 4, Commuters' 4. Elementary 279 Linwood Avenue, Newtonville A.A. 4, Commuters' 'l, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 4, Class Secretary I, A Kempis l, 2 lPubIicity Chairmanj, 3 CSecretaryD, 4, Stunt Night Committee 'I, Campus Improvement Committee 3, Judiciary Board 4. Home Economics 4 Washburn Place, Brookline H.Ec. I, 2, 3, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'I, 2, Com- muters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 39 Dorr Street, Roxbury Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Gate Post 'I, 2, 3, Mart Worker I, 2. Elementary 2'l South Emerson Street, New Bedford Glee Club I, 2, 3 Nice-Presidentj, 4 lPublicity Chair- manl, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 'l, 2, Ureasurert, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 4, Stunt Night Committee 2, 3, Junior Weekend Committee 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Mart Worker 4, Hospitality Committee 4, Senior Assembly Chairman 4. Home Economics 22 Chatham Street, Cambridge H.Ec. 'I, 4, Commuters' 'l, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'I, 2, 4, A Kempis l, Gold Basketball 'I. il2 DAVIS, HELEN DENN, MARIE DE RENZIS, M. GLORIA DES ROCHES, PRISCILLA DILLON, JOAN ELBERY, ANNE ELLIS, NANCY ELLISON, CHARLOTTE FARIS, JANET FARRELL, ELIZABETH FIRTH, MARY Home Economics East Road, Orange H.Ec. I, 3, 4, A.A. 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Assistant 4. Home Economics 20 Jackson Street, Northampton H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, A. A. I, 2, 3, Student Co-op 3, Class President 3, Stunt Night Com- mittee I, 2, iChairmanD, 4, Chairman Honor Council 3, Chairman Freshman Initiation 4, Gold Cheerleader I, 2, Curriculum Committee 4, Delegate to New Eng- land Teacher Preparation Conference 4. Elementary 20 Peacedale Road, Needham A.A. 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 4. Elementary 33 Kingsbury Street, Needham P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman of Commuters' Christmas Banquet 3, Chairman 4, Chairman of Jun- ior-Freshman Party, 3. Home Economics 47 Richardson Road, Belmont H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, Gold Basketball I, 2. Home Economics 49 Schofield Drive, Newtonville H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 3, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op I, 2, 3 Ureasurerl, 4 IPresidentJ, Co-Chairman Frateaco Talent Show 3, Class President 2, Stunt Night Committee I ICO-Chairmanl, 2, 3, 4, Honor Council 3, Personnel Committee 4, Student- Almnae House Committee 4. Elementary I08 Westbourne Terrace, Brookline Glee Club I, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of Spring 3. Elementary Amherst Street, Granby A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3 fSecretaryJ, 4, Junior Weekend Committee 3, Dial 3, 4, Moon- light Mood Committee 2, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Black Basketball 3, 4. Elementary II7 Curve Street, Millis Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Gate Post 3, 4, Stunt 'Night Committee 2, 3, Chairman Junior Weekend 3, Dele- gate to New York Herald Tribune Conference 2. Home Economics I33 Oakleigh Road, Newton H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 36 Loveland Road, Brookline P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op 4, Gate Post I, 2, 3 CAssociate Editorl, 4 CEditor-in-Chiefl, Commuters' Christmas Banquet Committee 2, Delegate to Rhode Island Model Con- gress 2, Delegate to New York Herald Tribune Forum 3, Class Will Chairman 4. II3 FLAGG, MARCIA FLANAGAN, JOAN FLEMING, PATRICIA FLYNN, ANNE FORD, MARY FORREST, OLIVE FRAHER, ANNE FRASER, FRANCES GATELY, MARIE GILFOIL, GRACE GILLIS, PATRICIA GREENIDGE, EVELYN GRIFFIN, MARTHA GRIFFIN, PATRICIA Elementary East Main Street, Medfield A.A. 4, A Kempis 3, 4, Commuters' I, 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4. Elementary 44 Matignon Avenue, Cambridge P.I.E. 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Elementary 333 Trapelo Road, Belmont Co-Chairman Student-Teacher Tea 3. A.A. I, 2, 3 CSoftbaIl Manager, Board I, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Library Council 3, Black Volleyball 2, 3 lCaptainl, Frateaco Toast Mistress 3, 4. Home Economics 66 Ralph Street, Watertown H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Dial 4, Com- muters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 23 Hutchinson Street, Cambridge A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 4. Home Economics Shattuck Place, Chatham H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 2, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3 Uunior Representativel, 4 lRefreshment Chairmanl, Black Vol- Ieyball 2. Home Economics 23 Allenwood Street, West Roxbury H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Assist- ant 4, Delegate to Northeastern Chemical Society Meeting 4. Home Economics 48 Chestnut Street, Cambridge H.Ec. I, 2, 3, Commuters' I, 2,, Y.W.C.A. I, 2. Elementary II9 Edinboro Street, Marlboro A.A. I, 2, 4, Glee Club I, 2, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4 fVice-Presidentj, P.l.E. 3, Senior- Faculty Reception for Freshmen Committee 4. Elementary I6 Hovey Street, Watertown A.A. 4, Commuters' 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4 CPresidentl, A Kempis I, 2, 4, P.I.E. Publicity Chairman 3, Student- Teacher Tea Committee 4, Student Alumnae Building Committee 4. Vocational I Mill Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Quiet and Order Committee 2, Black Volleyball 2, 3, 4 lCaptainl, Weekend Club 2, 3, Curriculum Com- mittee 4. Elementary 74 Ruthven Street, Dorchester P.I.E. 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4. Vocational 26 Oakland Street, Medford H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 3, Gate Post 2, Delegate to New England Teacher Preparation Conference 4. Home Economics IO2 Dwinnell Street, West Roxbury H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4 fSecretaryl, A.A. I, 2,, Student Co-op 3, 4, Chairman of Sophomore Hop 2, Stunt Night Committee 2, 3, Student Co-op Dance Committee 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Hospitality Committee 4, Senior-Faculty Reception Committee 4, Gold Cheerleader I, Co-Chairman of Hospitality IFrateacol 2. II4 HAAS, JOAN HALL, NANCY HAZEN, NORMA HEIM, JACQUELINE HESSION, RUTH HOBDEN, NANCY COUSENS HOLBROOK, PATRICIA HOLMES, IRENE HUGHES, SHIRLEY JACKSON, JOANN JAMIESON, RUTH KEIRANS, NANCY KELLIHER, JOAN KELLEY, BARBARA Vocational 40 Washington Street, Newton H.Ec. I, 2, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, Dial 3, 4 lArt Editorj, A.A. 2, 4, Black Hockey 2, Volleyball 4. Elementary 26 Meadowbrook Road, Needham P.I.E. 4, Y.W.C.A. 2,3 CConference Chairmanj, 4, Com- muters' 2, 3, 4. Elementary Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton P.I.E. 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary T03 Shawmut Avenue, Boston P.I.E. 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club T. Home Economics 9 Doane Street, Fitchburg H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4. Vocational 28 Mt. Vernon Street, Saugus H.Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, A.A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players I, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Make-up 'I, 2,3,4, Y.W.C.A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Black Hockey I, 2, Campus Improvement Committee 4. Elementary 77 Depot Street, South Easton A.A. 4, P.I.E. 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 3 lCostumesJ, 4, Commuters' 2, 3, Frateaco Programs 4, Y.W.C.A. 4. Home Economics II Tilton Avenue, Ashland H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 4 lCo-Chairman of Religious Study Groupsl. Home Economics 268 Pearl Street, Springfield H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4 lPresidentJ, Red Cross I, 2, lSecretaryJ, 3 Nice-Chairmanl, 4 fChair- mani, Library Council 3, Judiciary Board 2, 3, 4, Campus Improvement Committee 3. Home Economics II8 Main Street, West Newbury H.Ec. 3,4, Y.W.C.A. 4, A Kempis I, 2, A.A. 'I, 2, 4. Elementary 66 North Street, Somerville Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4 CSecretaryD, Dial 3, 4. Home Economics U. S. Veterans Hosp., Rutland Hgts. H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'I, 2, Y.W. C.A. 'I, Hilltop Players 3, Chemistry Council 2 lSecre- taryj, Gold Cheerleader T, 2, Chairman of Refresh- ments tor International Night 3. Home Economics 31 Victory Avenue, Milton 86 H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis 'l, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'I, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. 'I, 2, Hilltop Players 'I, 2, 3, Glee Club 'I, 2,3, Dining Room Council 4, Peirce Vice-President T, Publicity Chairman of A.A. 2, Chairman of Chapel Committee 4, Stunt Night Committee 4, Initiation Com- mittee 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Gold Cheer- leader I, 2 fHeadD. Home Economics 22 Casper Street, West Roxbury H.Ec. T, 2 Ureasurerl, 3 Nice-Presiolentj, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 'I, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of May Barbecue 3. 'II5 KENNEY, ANN KIRBY, THERESA KNIGHT, BARBARA LEAHY, JEANNE LEONARD, S. ARLENE MAHONEY, BARBARA MAHONEY, PATRICIA MALONEY, SHIRLEY MANSFIELD, ANN MARTIN, MAUREEN MASON, PHYLLIS Elementary Maple Street, Hopkinton A.A. 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 'l, 2, 3, 4, P.l.E. 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Frateaco Pro- grams 4. Elementary TOO Milford Street, West Medway A.A. T, 2, 3, 4 CPresidentJ, Basketball Manager 2, 3, A Kempis 'l, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 2, 3 fVice-Presidentl, 4, Student Co-op 4, Quiet and Order Committee 'l, 2, Black Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 fCaptainI, Dial 4, Class Treasurer 3, Delegate to Rhode Island Model Congress 2, Delegate to Women's Athletic Conference 4. Home Economics '33 Walnut Street, Arlington H.Ec. l, 2, 3, 4, A.A. l, 2, 3, Modern Dance 'l, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. 'I lFreshman Representativel, 2 lSophomore Representativej, 3 Ureasurerl, 4 CSenior Representa- tivel, Weekend Club 2, 3. Elementary 147 Sumner Street, Newton Centre 59 A.A. l, 2 CSecretaryl, 3, 4, A Kempis 'l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Commuters' l, 2, 3, 4 fPresidentJ, Black Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op 4. Elementary T7 Barrows Street, Dedham A.A. I, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players I, P.I.E. 2, 3 CPublicity Committeel, 4, Dial 3. Home Economics 2'I4 Tremont Street, Newton H.Ec. 'l, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 'l, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 23 Jonathan Street, New Bedford A.A. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, A Kempis 'I, 2, 3, 4, Delegate to New England Province of Newman Clubs 3, 4, Dial 3, 4 fAdvertising Editorl, New England Chairman of Newman Club Jewelry 4, Delegate to New England Teacher Preparation Conference 4. Home Economics 5 Clifton Street, Worcester H.Ec. 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 2, 3, 4, A Kempis 'l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Weekend Committee 3, Commuters' Christmas Banquet Committee 3. Elementary 'I79 Kent Street, Brookline A.A. T, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis l, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op T, 2, 3 CSecretaryl, 4, Class President I, Peirce President 2, Horace Mann President 4, Student Co-op Dance Committee 3, Freshman Initiation Committee 4, Personnel Committee 2, 4, Black Volleyball 3, Class Gift Chairman 4. Elementary 25 Forest Avenue, Greenfield A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, A Kempis l, 2, 3, 4, Hill- top Players 'l, 2, 3, 4, Gate Post 'I, 2, Modern Dance T, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Black Hockey 'l, 2, 3, 4, Delegate to World Federalists Conference 2. Home Economics IO Proctor Street, Framingham H.Ec. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 2. II6 I MATTO, RUTH McDONALD, HELENE McDONNELL, GERTRUDE McGRAlL, ELEANOR MCGRATH, ALICE MONTI, CLARA MORAN, MARY ANN MOREL, MARY MULLIN, ANN MURPHY, LOUISE MURPHY, RUTH NICHOLAS, BESSIE NICHOLSON, MARJORIE Elementary Middlesex Street, Burlington A.A. I, 2, Y.W.C.A. 3, Commuters' I, Modern Dance 2, Black Hockey 2. Elementary II Spring Street, Westboro A.A. 2, P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 23 French Terrace, Watertown A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, P.l.E. 4, Chairman Student Co-op Dance 3, Dial 3, Alternate to Rhode Island Model Congress 2, Delegate to As- sociation of Student Teachers 2. Elementary 30 Jackson Road, Belmont A.A. I, 2, 3 CVice-Presidentl, 4, A Kemis I, 2, 3, 4, P.l.E. 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, Student Co-op 4, Co- Chairman of A Kempis Dance 3, 4, Chairman of C.C.C. 4, Black Basketball I, 2, 3, aptain 2, 3, Gen- eral Co-Chairman Frateaco Weekend 4, Delegate to Women's Athletic Conference 3, Delegate to Eastern States Student Government Convention 3. Elementary I82 Lewis Road, Belmont A.A. I, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurerl, A Kemis I, 2, 3, 4, Com- muters' I, P.l.E. 3, 4, Dial 3, Black Basketball I, 2, 4. Elementary 4I Essex Street, Cambridge P.l.E. 4, A Kempis I, 2, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night Committee 3, 4. Elementary 6 Atherton Street, Natick P.l.E. 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 364 Main Street, Hudson A.A. 2, 3, 4 lBasketball Managerl, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurerl, Choir 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, P.l.E. 4, Gold Basketball 2, 3, 4. Elementary 302 Clyde Street, Chestnut Hill A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, Dial 3, Gate Post 2, 3, 4. Elementary 50 Stearns Street, Newton Center A.A. I, 2, 3, P.l.E. 2, 3,, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Com- muters' I, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 72 Congress Street, Amesbury A.A. 3 CPuIolicity Chairmanl, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op 3, 4, Dining Room Council I, 2, 3 fChairmanJ, 4 CChairmanl, Dial 4, Publicity Frateaco Weekend 3, Honor Council 3, Weekend Club 2, 3 lCo-Chairman of Ticketsj, 4 CSenior Advisorl. Elementary Il Decatur Street, Boston Y.W.C.A. 3. Home Economics I38 Main Street, Holden H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3 Nice-Presidentl, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance I, 2, 3,, Dial 3, 4, Gold Cheerleader I, 2, Peirce Secretary I. II7 ll I v I 1 . ,. . I NORRIS, ELIZABETH NUHN, KATHLEEN O'CONNOR, MARY O'DONNELL, GRACE O'DONNELL, MARY OLSON, KAY RAMSDELL PHILLIPS, JANICE PONTES, HOPE PORTER, JOAN PSOMIADES, EFTHEMIA QUINN, PHYLLIS Vocational R.F.D. Westhampton H.Ec. l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. 3 CCabinetl, Black Volleyball 2, 3, Campus lmprovment Committee 3, Hospitality Committee 4. Elementary T6 Derby Road, Watertown A Kempis 'I, 3, 4, Commuters' l, 2, 3, 4, Dial 3, Labrary Council 3, 4, Mart Worker 2, 3, P.l.E. 4. Home Economics 99 Woodbridge Street, So. Hadley H.Ec. T, 2 fSecretarYl, 3,4, Class Vice-President 2, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op I. Elementary 43 De Wolf Street, New Bedford A.A. 2, A Kempis I, 3, 4, P.l.E. 4, Dial 3, Y.W.C.A. 2. Elementary 90 Middlesex Road, Waltham P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis l, 2, CMembership Chairmanj, 3, 4 CPresidentl, Gate Post 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op 4, Stunt Night Committee 'I fCo-Chairmanl, 2, Sopho- more Hop Committee 2. Elementary T80 Exchange Street, Millis P.I.E. 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2 CPublicity Chairmanl, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 'l, 2, 3 CVice-Presi- dentl, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3 CCabinetJ, 4, Weekend Club I, 2, Commuters' 4, Student Co-op 4 CThird Vice- Presidentl, Senior Song Leader 4, Stunt Night Com- mittee 3 QChairmanJ, 4, Honor Council 3, Mart 3 lCo-Chairmanl, 4 fChairmanl, Co-Chairman of Music for Pan-American Day 3. Home Economics 59 Freedom Street, Fall River H.Ec. I, 2, 3 CVice-Presidentl, 4 1PresidentJ, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 4, Student Co-op 4, Co-Chairman of Frateaco Programs 3, Dele- gate to Home Economics Conference 4, Student- Alumnae Building Committee 4. Home Economics Marvel Street, Swansea H.Ec. T, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, A. A. 'I, 2, 3, P.I.E. 4, Commuters' 'I, 2. Elementary 32 Cary Avenue, Chelsea Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis l, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night Committee 2, 3, 4, Mart Worker 4, Class Treasurer 4, Senior Prom Chairman 4, Junior Dance Chairman 3, A Kempis Dance Committee 3, 4, Horace Mann Vice- President 3. Home Economics 'I89 Hillside Street, Roxbury H.Ec. l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. T, 2, 4, Commuters' I, Red Cross 4 CVice-Presidentl. Home Economics 8 Warren Square, Jamaica Plain H.Ec. 'l, 2, 3, 4, A Kemis I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 2, Commuters' I, Hilltop Players 3, Quiet and Order Committee 4, Chemistry Council T, Gold Cheerleader 2, Chairman of A Kempis Tea 3, Faculty-Senior Reception Com- I. mittee 4. I REGAN, MARIE Home Economics 'l'l99 Beacon Street, Brookline H.Ec. l, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis T, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 'l, Y.W.C.A. I, Hilltop Players 3, 4. I A I 'II8 RIORDAN, MARY JOYCE ROACH, ANNE ROBBINS, DORIS SANTOSUOSSO, ROSE SCAMMON, VIRGINIA SCOTT, NANCY SEWELL, MARILYN SIMS, TERESA SMITH, SANDRA SOUSA, CAROLEE STANTON, ELIZABETH STOUGHTON, JANET STRONG, PINELLA SULLIVAN, EDYTHE Elementary 3 Arwick Avenue, Worcester A Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Weekend Committee 3. Home Economics 113 Central Street, Auburn H.Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3 lSecretaryI, 4 lPresilentI, Student Co-op 4, Chemistry Council 1, 2, Honor Council Con- stitution Committee 3, Chemistry Assistant 4. Home Economics 261 Beech Street, Belmont H.Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, A. A. 1, 2, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Modern Dance Accompanist 4. Elementary 63 Main Street, Somerville P.I.E. 4, A Kempis 1, 2, 4, Commuters' 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Economics 321 Water Street, Saxonville H.Ec. 4. Home Economics 301 New Boston Road, Fall River H.Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 3, Glee Club 1, Modern Dance 1, Quiet and Order Committee 4, Posters for Frateaco Weekend 2, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Interna- tional Night Program Chairman 3, Represented the College on Television program Opening Education Week 4. Elementary 78 Cleveland Avenue, Saugus A.A. 1, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4. Elementary 23 Marshal Road, Wellesley A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' 1, 2, 3, 4, Black Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Elementary 69 Lyman Street, South Hadley A Kempis 3, 4, Hilltop Players 4, Dial 4 iPhoto- graphy Editorl. Elementary 9 Loring Street, Hudson Commuters' 2, A Kempis 2. Elementary 70 Winthrop Street, Framingham Commuters' 1, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis 1, 2, 4, Dial 4, Gate Post 1, 2, 3, 4, Advertising Editor 3, 4, Student Co- op 1, Delegate to New England Teacher Preparation Conference 3, Delegate to Association of Student Teachers 3. Home Economics South East Street, Amherst H.Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 3, 4 fMembership Chair- manl, A.A. 1, 2, 4, Co-Chairman Frateaco Dance 2. Elementary 200 North Main Street, South Hadley A.A. 4, Commuters' 1, 2, Hilltop Players 3, 4 lPresi- dentl, Student Co-op 4, Dial 3, 4, Modern Dance 2, 3, Junior Weekend Committee 3, Honor Council 3, 4, Student-Alumnae Building Committee 4. Elementary 164 Oakley Road, Belmont A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 3, 4, A Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 1,2, Black Cheerleader 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4. 119 SULLIVAN, MARY LOUISE SUNTER, BARBARA SU RETTE, ROSE-MARY TAFT, HARRIET THORNTON, JEAN TOLOCZKO, MARY TURNER, MARILYN WEST, JEAN WILLEY, BARBARA WILLIAMS, JOAN WILLIAMSON, ANNE WILSON, ELEANOR WOLFE, JANE YOUNG, MARY Home Economics 26 Orchard Street, Somerset H.Ec. I, 2, 3 fPublicity Chairmanl, 4 CProgram Chair- manl, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Hilltop Players 2 fScenery Chairmanl, 3 fSet Committeel, 4, Weekend Club Decorations Chair- man 3, 4, Gate Post 3, Black Basketball I, 2, 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2, Christmas Decorations Committee 3. Elementary I48 Hartford Terrace, Springfield A.A. 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, A Kempis 3, 4, Modern Dance 3. Home Economics Grove Street, Hopkinton H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, Commuters' I, Home Economics 29 Carney Street, Uxbridge 2, 3, 4. H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 4, Y.W.C.A. 4 fPUblicity Chair- manl, Senior Prom Committee 4, Weekend Club Co- Chairman of Faculty Guests 2. Elementary 793 Washington Street, Brookline Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 4. Home Economics 55 Central Avenue, Hyde Park H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, A Kempis I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, 4, Co-Chairman Senior-Faculty Reception 4, Co-Chair- man of Ways and Means Committee of H.Ec. Club 4, Weekend Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Senior Advisor Frateaco Hospitality Co-Chairman 2. Home Economics I69 Main Street, East Northfield H.Ec. 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Ureasurerl, Black Basketball I, 2, Crocker Vice- President 3. Elementary 39 Prince Street, Brookline Commuters' I, 2, 3, 4, P.I.E. 4. Elementary 29 Trillium Street, Springfield Y.W.C.A. 4. Vocational 26 Main Street, Northfield H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Dial 4 CData Editorb, Crocker Secretary 3, Black Volleyball 2. Home Economics 58 Pleasant Street, Ashland H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4 fTreasurerJ, Y.W.C.A. 4 fCo-Chair- man of Religious Study Groupsl, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Arbor Day Chairman 4. Home Economics 47 Arlington Street, Fitchburg A. A. 4, Commuters' 2, P.I.E. 4, Y.W.C.A. 4. Elementary 35 Carisbrooke Road, Wellesley H.Ec. I, 2, 3, 4 fFinance Chairmanj, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Glee Club Librarian I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Student Co-op 4, Dining Room Council 4, Library Council 4 CChairmanI, Class Day Chairman 4, Labrary Committee 4, Co-Chairman Senior-Faculty Reception 4. Elementary 29 Bartlett Crescent, Brookline Glee Club 4, P.I.E. 3, Modern Dance 3, Dial 3. 120 PROFESSIONAL PAGE John C. Acton ., , M Daniel F. Barnicle , ,..., , Compliments of a friend Compliments ot a friend George R. Gagliardi Joseph Goodman . Hargoves, Karb 81 Wilcox Leon J. Leshoy M .. M James E. Luby . J , .. ..Atty ....,,D.M.D M .,M.D. . .D.M.D. .. r Attys. D.M.D. Atty. Antonio A. Matarese A ,,.,...i. ., M.D. Owen J. McGarrahan . . DominicJ. Merloni . . Edward J. O'Malley .,.... Vincent J. Pollina . . Howard B. Randall ........ Edward F. Regan .. .. Morris Shapiro ..,.. . Sheridan 8. Randall 121 Contractors . J D.M.D. .. ,..... D.M.D. .. ., . D.M.D. ,.,.,...D.M.D. . , .. M.D. ..,, Atty. , , Attys. PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Mr. and Mrs. James Adams Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ainsworth Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Ashness Mr. Alphonso M. Augel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Augustine Mr. R. E. Ballard Mrs. Mary Barbone Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Borrelli Mr. and Mrs. James W. Callan Mr. and Mrs. John A. Carnie Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cary Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Concannon Mr. and Mrs. Howard Correll Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Courtemanche Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Daley Mr. and Mrs. Clement D. Dallaire Mr. and Mrs. James J. Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeRenzis Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward DesRoches Mr. Michael B. Dewire Mr. Lewis H. Dickey Mrs. Francis J. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. John J. Elbery Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Ellison Mr. and Mrs. Bertil Fagerberg 122 Mr. Leroy G. Fahey Mr. Henry A. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Firth Mr. and Mrs. Nolan R. Flagg Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ford Mr. and Mrs. James E. Fraher Mr. and Mrs. William J. Galvin Mr. Joseph Gannon Mrs. James A. Gately Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Daniel F. George R. Gilfoil Archie Gillis Earl L. Gordon Gray Mrs. Adam F. Hain Mr. Edward F. Heiden Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Higgins Mr. Harry J. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ralph L. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hosking Raymond C. Jamieson Jenkins James E. Keirans and Mrs. Joseph J. Kenney Edward J. Kenny Edward L. Kirby Harold C. Knight Edward Magardo PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. James A. Martin Mr. Harry Mason Mrs. Frederick R. McGrail Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Momtminy Mr. and Mrs. John B. Monte Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Morel Mr. and Mrs. D. William Murphy Mrs. Louisa H. Murphy Mrs. John B. Norman Mrs. John V. Nuhn Mr. Henry J. O'Brien Mrs. Katherine O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Peppard Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Porter Mrs. Mary R. Regan Mr. Philip L. Roach Mr. and Mrs. Harris Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Remi Roy Mr. and Mrs. J. Santosuosso Dr. and Mrs. John T. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sheriden Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Slamin Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Sprague Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Stanton Joseph Starkey Vern Y. Steeves Lawrence R. Stone Henry Stoughton Captain Theodore H. Stronach Mr. John J. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sullivan Mrs. Winitred R. Sunter Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Sweeney Mr. Henry G. Taff Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Taft Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Tilson Mrs. Mary Toloczko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Toro Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Vogel Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. VonEuw Mr. Leonard E. Walton Mrs. William J. Whippee Sr. Mrs. Mildred P. Williamson Mrs. Alice I. Wilmot Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Yeo Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Sullivan 123 JUNIORS HOME ECONOMICS Anderson, Jean, 9 Haviland Street, Worcester Allen, Mary Dawn, 10 Whitney Street, Brookline Bernhardt, Patricia, Main Street, Townsend Carey, Virginia, 20 Swan Street, Lawrence Cloonan, Jean, 4 Reservoir Street, Holden Croshere, Helen, 250V2 Robbins Street, Waltham Dallaire, Sandra, 41 Wesley Road, Framingham Center Elbery, Sally, 7 Fairview Avenue, Cambridge Fernandez, Encarnation, 370 Commercial Street, Boston Fobes, Dorothy, 110 Reed Street, Box 364, Rockland Gahly, Claire Henderson, River Road, Andover Galvin, Marilyn, 49 Monument Avenue, Charlestown Gibbs, Elinor, 744 West Roxbury Parkway, Roslindale Grover, Margaret Keogh, 42 Greenlodge Street, Dedham Harbeck, Jeanine, 2 Tabor Street, Fairhaven Hope, Sylvia, Westtord Road, Concord Hosey, Barbara, 106 Henshaw Street, Worcester Hubbard, Ruth, 38 Cedar Street, Fairhaven Kilgallon, Ceclia, 27 Eastland Road, Jamaica Plain Laycock, Shirley, 20 Stafford Street, Lawrence McKeever, Ann-Marie, 78 Monotomy Road, Arlington McTiernan, Joan, 10 Grove Street, Beverly Farms Moran, Marjorie, 38 Ames Avenue, Canton Murphy, Rosemary, 47 Wendell Street, Cambridge Nee, Carol, 349 Lexington Street, Auburndale O'Connor, Kathleen, 237 Bruce Street, Lawrence O'Connor, Nancy, 50 Winifred Avenue, Worcester O'Hare, Ellen, 125 West Street, Mansfield O'NeiII, Mariorie, 17 Oriole Street, West Roxbury Quimby, Norma, Washington Street, Middleton Rice, Brenda, 1185 Brook Road, Milton 86 Riopel, Rosemary, 4 Shattuck Place, Worcester Robinson, Ruth, 2 Shirley Street, Worcester Rudom, Daurice, 77 Kingsdale Street, Dorchester Schmidt, Barbara, 280 Pleasant Street, East Walpole Sharples, Eleanore, 94 Rose Hill Way, Waltham Sheehan, Carol, 80 Walnut Street, Natick Shiel, Mary Lou, 169 Walnut Street, Brookline 46 Straw, Mariory, 407 Maple Street, Marlboro Sweeney, Virginia, 65 Westville Street, Dorchester Taft, Madleyn, 5 Leniston Street, Roslindale Yeo, Janet, 10 Temple Street, Arlington SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS Doyle, Ave Maria, 27 Vt'estIand Street, Worcester Sellars, Alma, 17 Vale Road, Reading VOCATIONAL Cronin, Mary Ellen, 542 Broadway, Fall River Steele, Lois, 139 Cityview Avenue, West Springfield ELEMENTARY Barbone, Victoria, 49 Prentiss Street, Watertown Blanchette, Jean, 611 Franklin Street, Framingham Buckley, Elizabeth, 22 Jean Road, Arlington Camille, Victoria, 109 Waverly Street, Ashland Carmody, Rosemary, 92 Bacon Street, Waltham Cobb, Virginia, West Street, Box 345, Green Harbor Costello, Irene, 22 Winslow Road, Brookline Cotter, Mary, 142 Shawmut Avenue, New Bedford Courtemanche, Claire, 462 Main Street, Hudson Cunningham, Patricia, 40 Tennyson Street, West Roxbury Daley, Jane, 37 Maple Street, Belmont Dalton, Noreen, 14 Thelma Road, Framingham Donagher, Frances, 195 Huron Avenue, Cambridge Donovan, Ann, 961 Edgell Road, Framingham Dutify, Helen, 29 Bellington Street, Arlington Dumas, M. Victoria, Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton Dunphy, Claire, R.F.D. 412, Salem End Road, Framingham Fifield, Mariorie, 62 Chester Street, Newton Highlands Frizzell, Jane, 22 Edgemoor Road, Belmont Fitzpatrick, Suzanne, 61 Lovers Lane, Medway George, Carol, 32 Oregon Court, Roxbury Gilfoil, Irene, 16 Hovey Street, Watertown Gordon, Jeanne, 32 Hersom Street, Watertown Harrington, Anne, 396 Court Street, New Bedford Healy, Patricia, 107 Grant Street, Framingham Henry, Ethel, 251 Norwell Street, Dorchester 24 Higgins, Beatrice, 3 Lockwood Street, Framingham Hogan, Anne, 14 Nwbury Street, Arlington Hughes, Lorraine, 34 Tremont Street, Charlestown Kannally, Mary, 959 Main Street, Walpole Lanagan, Patricia, 124-2 Middlsex Road, Waltham Luca, Lorraine, 13 Maple Terrace, Belmont Maloney, M. Colette, 204 Lexington Street, Watertown McDonald, Jane, 8 Whittemore Street, Arlington McGurty, Anne, 231 North Beacon Street, Watertown 72 McKeown, Paula, 627 Washington Street, Abington McLaughlin, Mary A., 180 Grant Street, Framingham McLaughlin, Mary B., 161 Mystic Street, Arlington Mee, Eleanor, 20 Brimmer Street, Watertown Nurney, Margaret, 97 Crescent Street, Waltham O'NeiII, Ellen, 12 Newport Street, Arlington Perry, Patricia, Tucker Road, North Dartmouth Quirk, Ann, 60 Eliot Street, Watertown Rideman, Marion, 15 Hatherly Road, Brighton Robinson, Nancy, 35 Central Road, Somerville Saunders, Eileen, 4 Avon Way, Quincy Shea, Virginia, 22 Glenwood Avenue, Newton Centre 59 Sullivan, Helen, 53 Cottage Street, Framingham Toro, Ida, 19 New Lexington Street, Watertown 72 Vigeant, Mary, 17 Washington Street, Hudson Vogel, Jane, 14 Thurston Road, Watertown 72 Von Euw, Ruth, 15 Lawrence Street, Rockville, Connecticut Wanzer, Mariorie, 'I9 Tower Road, Hingham SPECIAL ELEMENTARY Talmadge, Mildred Barnes, 161 Melrose Avenue, Needham SOPHOMORES HOME ECONOMICS Armor, Patricia, 952 North Main Street, Brockton Ballard, Janet, 24 Elm Street, Millbury Barnicle, Margaret, 117 Tyndale Street, Roslindale Brennan, Jane, 247 Common Street, Watertown Camerlengo, Carol, 53 Willow Street, West Roxbury 32 Corcoran, Patricia, 32 Robin Street, West Roxbury Crimmins, Rita, 6 Almont Avenue, Worcester Cronin, Geraldine, 134 Stratford Street, West Roxbury Cullen, Betty, 52 Lindenwood Road, Stoneham Davidson, Doris, 10 oft Highland Road, Wareham Devereux, Dennise, 99 Farrar Avenue, Hyde Park Fowler, Edith, 2 Belvidere Avenue, Framingham Garvey, Joan, 16 Lyall Street, West Roxbury Gettings, Marilyn, 65 Church Street, Milton Hanifin, Elizabeth, 938 Sumner Avenue, Springfield Hanson, Marilyn, 40 Ocean Avenue, Harwichport Houle, Priscilla, 94 Richmond Avenue, Worcester Howe, Margaret, 149 Walnut Street, Abington Hoyt, Eleanor, 6 Golden Cove Road, Chelmsford Keady, Roberta, 82 Perry Street, Brookline -Kiley, Mary Lou, 125 Claplin Street, Belmont Kirkpatrick, Gail, 212 Allyn Street, Holyoke MacDonald, Mary, 79 Cherry Street, Spencer McElhiney, Jane 11, Woodland Avenue, Beverly McGarrahan, Ellen, 387 Adams Street, Milton Mickson, Jane, Erickson Road, Ashby Neale, Mary Lou, 11 North Street, Saxonville O'Cannell, Regina, 74 Morse Street, Newton O'Donnell, Sheila, 182 Woburn Street, West Medford O'Neil, Carolyn, 113 Lincoln Street, Hudson Ormon, Elizabeth, 27 Pormenter Road, Waltham Page, Wilma, 518 South Main Street, Great Barrington Parente, Barbara, 7 Beach Street Ext., Milford Ross, Dorothy, 141 Water Street, Worcester Ryan, Mary, 326 Cottage Street, New Bedford Schmitt, Elizabeth, 75 Englewood Avenue, Everett 49 Sieurin, Nancy, 30 Shattuck Street, Worcester Spezzano, Josephine, 544 Poplar Street, Roslindale Sprague, Emily, 10 Bird Street, East Walpole Starkey, Sullivan, Sullivan, Treanor E. Ann, 26 Lake Hill Avenue, Arlington Elaine A., 124 King Street, Dorchester Elaine M., 89 Waltham Street, West Newton Mary Lou, 42 Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS Ambrosini, Rita, 32 Laker Street, Natick Brillante, Elinor, 10 Grovenor Road, Jamaica Plain Farnum, Myra, 33 Walcott Street, Hopkinton Fraser, Margaret, 48 Chestnut Street, Cambridge Hale, Romalita, 16 Davis Avenue, Brookline Hosking, Ainne, Main Street, West Groton Long, Martha, 9 Broads Avenue, South Natick Manning, M. Kathleen, 753 Edgell Road, Framingham McAvoy, Nancy, 91 Saint Rose Street, Jamaica Plain ELEMENTARY Appleton, Justine, 147 Oakleigh Road, Newton 58 Blais, Noel, 109 Reed Street, Lexington Bonner, Carol,'14 Presentation Road, Brighton Burke, Mary, 19 Homewood Road, West Roxbury Callan, Margaret, 67 Davis Avenue, West Newton Calore, Joan, 36 Walnut Street, Belmont Caples, Dorothy, 6 Greylock Road, Allston Charland, Dorothy, 42 Prospect Street, Medway Chisholm, Mary, 3 Maple Street, Gloucester Connors, Joanne, 98 Dennison Avenue, Framingham Costello, Eileen, Concord Road, Wayland Cotter, Janet, 19 Stillman Street, Framingham Crowley, Dorothy, 16 Elsworth Road, West Newton Daniels, Joan, 142 Pine Grove Avenue, Newton Lower Falls Donahue, Eileen, 336 Worcester Street, North Grafton Foley, Patricia, 341 Marrett Road, Lexington Frazier, Ann, 127 Pearl Street, Newton Gannon, Joanne, 117 Plain Street, Millis Kligman, Barbara, 150 Orchard Street, Watertown Leporati, Janice, 292 Grant Street,4Framingham Lindley, Barbara, Cold Spring Road, Williamstown Lynch, Marjorie, 1164 Boylston Street, Brookline Marchioni, Elaine, 42 Hollis Street, Newton 58 McDonald, Elizabeth, 11 South Crescent Circuit, Brighton Moore, Margaret, 89 Church Street, Holliston Montminy, Phyllis, 2 Beverly Road, Arlington Norris, Diane, 8 Oakland Street, Natick Norton, Margaret, 204 Chestnut Street, Brookline O'Connell, Marion, 1 West Summer Street, South Hadley Fa O'Day, M. Arlene, 140 Eliot Street, Brookline Petronio, Catherine, Castle Road, Cochituate Porretti, Doris, 350 Newton Street, Waltham Ross, Pauline, 55 North Street, Georgetown Rotchford, Charlene, 113 West Boylston Street, Watertown Ryder, Nancy, 172 Mount Vernon Street, Arlington Sheridan, Jeanne, 152 Bellevue Road, Watertown Slamin, Janet, 11 California Park, Watertown Steeves, Virginia, 242 Beal Road, Waltham Temple, Anita, 7 Pine Ridge Road, Wellesley White, Joan, 32 Elm Street, West Newton White, Sally, Main Street, Yarmouthport SPECIAL ELEMENTARY Bloom, Joanne, 264 Corey Road, Brighton Doe, Carolyn, 28 Fales Road, Franklin Doran, Maureen, 16 Kingsbury Street, Framingham Fisher, Barbara, 25 Dana Road, West Newton Hill, Eleanor, 65 Lawrence Street, Framingham Leporati, Virginia, 219 Winthrop Street, Framingham Lipkin, Adriane, 11 Willow Park, Wellesley Hills Mastrangelo, Helen, 211 Heywood Road, Fitchburg Mobilia, Gloria, 52 Francis Street, Waltham Morrison, Kathleen, 25 Lovell Road, Watertown Mullin, Katharine, 1 Highland Road, Wellesley Tuccio, Alice, 71 Charles Street, Waltham lls VOCATIONAL Bliss, Audrey, 128 Maple Avenue, Swansea Duce, Audrey, 80 Morgan Street, New Bedford Hodziewich, Valentyna, 83 Ruth Street, New Bedford Leach, Elizabeth, 217 North Elm Street, West Bridgewater Roche, Evelyn, 350 Osgood Street, North Andover Roy, Theresa, 84 Center Street, Lee White, Joane, 11 Centre Street, Medway FRESHMEN HOME ECONOMICS Ainsworth, Barbara, 61 Fletcher Street, Roslindale Almond, Jean, 28 Coolidge Road, Belmont Belcher, Mary, 336 Webster Street, Rockland Borden, Beverly, 11 Winthrop Lane, Holden Burchill, Joan, 155 Stratford Street, West Roxbury Canning, Jane, Charlton Street, Rochdale Carnie, Nancy, 22 Gulliver Street, Milton Cheney, Marguerite, 65 Freeman Street, Wollaston Coleman, Dorothy, 290 Harrison Street, Manchester, New Corbin, Carol, 41 Neponset Road, Quincy Corcoran, Jane, 37 Earle Street, Norwood Daley, Mary, 35 Hillcrest Street, West Roxbury Delahunt, Priscilla, 53 Green Street, Charlestown Delaney, Maureen, 148 Westville Street, Dorchester Dike, Carolyn, 1 Cedar Street, Stoneham Foote, Rita, 48 Brookings Street, Medford Forster, Marianne, 46 Francis Street, Boston Fulton, Audrey, 9 Stanley Road, Belmont Gagnon, Elaine, 31 New Park Street, Lynn Gates, Merrilee, 168 Woodland Avenue, Gardner Goff, Anne, 20 Centre Street, Natick Goodell, Jean, 34 Short Street, Randolph Green, Jane, 136 Warren Street, Medford Green, Mary, 30 Amsden Street, Arlington Hall, Caroline, 26 Union Street, Groveland Higgins, Marie, 9 Sanford Street, Medway Hoag, Martha, 836 Main Street, Reading Hobby, Ada, 317 Franklin Street, Wrentham Hopkins, Bernardine, 28 School Street, Foxboro Jackson, Arlene, 11 Sagamore Park, Medford Jenkins, Janet, 670 Rear East Fifth Street, South Boston Kenny Jeanne, 26 Edgemont Street, Roslindale 31 Kerwin, Barbara, 285 Green Street, Brockton Kilgallon, Margaret, 128 Cypress Street, Brookline Kristoff, Mary, Greenland Road, Sterling Junction LaFerriere, Patricia, 178 Randolph Street, Abington Leighton, Eleanor, 19 Central Street, Norwood Levandosky, Lorraine, 208 Waverly Street, Framingham Lyons, Anne, 636 Indian Head Street, Hanson Hampshire 126 Malvermi, Elaine, 256 Prospect Avenue, Revere 51 Martin, Rosemarie, Cole Street, Medway McElhiney, Helen, 11 Woodland Avenue, Beverly McKenna, Phyllis, 15 Newtowne Court, Cambridge Melcher, Anna, 91 Shawmut Avenue, New Bedford Murphy, Anne, 1753 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge O'Donnell, M. Kathleen, 21 Middle Street, Florence Olsen, Eleanor, Oak Hill, East Pepperell Patrick, Elizabeth, 16 Sprague Street, Brockton 14 Picciuolo, Jeanne, 7 Jefferson Street, Cambridge Postizzi, Gloria, 236 Spring Street, Medford Power, Margaret, 37 Westminster Street, Worcester Quinn, Patricia, 1661 Centre Street, Newton Highlands Quinzani, Eleanor, 41 Wood Terrace, Framingham Quirk, Michael, 44 School Street, Saxonville Reis, Mildred, 55 Elm Street, South Dartmouth Reynolds, Ann, Reynolds Street, Canton Riordan, Sally, Proctor Street, Hopkinton Robbins, Janice, 31 Carroll Street, Worcester Robinson, Joanne, 43 Wethersfield Road, Natick Salvin, Geraldine, 3 Carroll Street, West Roxbury Saxton, Jenifer, 46 Maple Street, Framingham Center Scotton, Claire, 41 Boulevard Road, Dedham Steinecke, Karlene, Elm Street, Raynham Steliga, Dolores, 29 James Avenue, Northampton Stewart, Doris, 43 Elm Street, Holliston Stone, Natalie, 162 Asbury Street, Hamilton Sullivan, Patricia, 69 Bostonia Avenue, Brighton Sweeney, Geralde, 31 Townsend Street, Boston 19 Tilson, Carlota, 41 Donald Road, Stoughton Tracy, Helen, 125 Spring Street, Watertown Trey, Louise, 31 Avalon Road, Milton Tuck, Marilyn, Squam Hill, Rockport Whipple, Barbara, 785 Columbia Road, Dorchester SPECIAL HOME ECONOMICS Anderson, Ruth Davis, 36 Thomas Road, Wellesley Atkinson, Bette, 251 Crafts Street, Newtonville Correll, Nancy, 46 Fennbrook Road, West Hartford, Connecticut Gray, Helene, 41 Roseland Terrace, Longmeadow Murray, M. Virginia, 11 Sherman Place, Auburndale Walton, Constance, 84 Beal Road, Waltham VOCATIONAL Darling, Alice, Mason Road, East Freetown Fagerberg, Doris, 14 Waterlou Street, Dorchester 21 Haas, Patricia, 40 Washington Street, Newton Hampe, Geraldine, 11 Hurd Road, Brookline Lombardi, Shirley, 60 Lake Street, Pittsfield Mahler, Martha, Sterling O'Brien, Mary, 70 Larchwood Drive, Cambridge Plante, Vera, 1964 Pleasant Street, Fall River Poole, Marcia, 6 Linwood Street, Saugus Ralph, Brenda, Morgan Street, Bennington, Vermont Smith, Virginia, 40 Maple Street, Marblehead H 1. ELEMENTARY Ahearn, Jean, 270 North Main Street, Natick Barber, Pearle, 118 Main Street, Northfield Barrier, Judith, Main Street, Millis Basset, Eleanor, 12 Rice Street, Wellesley Bentley, Fay, 1 Hayward Road, Gloucester Blaney, Claire, 104 Washington Street, Charlestown Blossom, Carolyn, Western Avenue, Sherborn Borrelli, Maryanne, 673 Central Avenue, Needham Heights Bourbeau, Cynthia, 269 Union Street, Franklin Brookins, Lorna, 60 High Street, Newton Upper Falls Broughton, Dorothy, 34 Station Street, Brookline Buckley, Elinor, 10 Loveland Road, Brookline Buckley, Margaret, 166 Vassal Lane, Cambridge Burgess, Claire, Valley Road, Barre Butler, Mary Ann, 37 Pond Street, Framingham Callahan, Margaret, 50 Florence Avenue, Arlington Carty, Patricia, 11 Bancroft Street, Watertown Cashman, Maureen, 115 Salem End Road, Framingham Colbert, Patricia, 10 Kingman Road, Somerville Connerney, Barbara, 344 School Street, Waltham Consaletti, Jo Ann, 306 Washington Street, Holliston Cooney, Eleanor, 81 Varick Road, Waban Costa, Patricia, 3 Carl Street, Newton Highlands Crocker, Virginia, 80 Myrtle Street, Methuen Cutting, Harriet, 57 Grant Street, Waltham Dalrymple, Mary Lee, 19 Thayer Street, Milford Day, Marcia, 24 Riverside Street, Auburndale Dee, Maureen, 11 Fairmont Street, Winchester DeLathauwer, Claire, 180 Berkeley Street, Methuen Devoe, Mary, 14 Winthrop Road, Lexington Dewire, M. Joan, 600 Washington Street, Brookline 46 Dickey, Mariorie, 594 Pleasant Street, Milton Donnellan, Sheila, 18 Auburndale Road, Marblehead Ensor, Jane, Pine Street, North Billerica Fahey, Mary, 7 Marion Street, Natick Falloni, Paula, 9 Agate Street, Beverly Finnegan, Virginia, 571 Weld Street, West Roxbury Fitzgerald, Mary, 55 Gibbon Street, Marlboro Flynn, Kathleen, 10 Raymond Place, West Newton Fuller, Joyce, Northfield Farms, Northfield Galvin, Jane, 9 Fayette Street, Newton Gosselin, Paula, 30 Henry Street, Framingham Hain, Marie, 236 Corey Street, West Roxbury Hamn, Evelyn, 37 Riverview Street, Dedham Hart, Barbara Ann, 75 Eliot Street, Brookline Heiden, Nancy, 3 Glenwood Avenue, Newton Centre Hill, Cynthia, 27 Fells Road, Winchester Hilliard, Polly 31 Morse Road, Framingham Holmes, Catherine, 14 Oakley Road, Watertown Holt, Mary, 185 Appleton Street, Cambridge Hurley, Mary, 22 Royal Avenue, Cambridge lgoe, Eleanor, 67 Robbins Road, Watertown Johnson, Judith, 1 Lucian Street, Worcester Keefe, Pauline, 27 Davis Avenue, Arlington Kelley, Joanne, 50 Beacon Park, Watertown 72 Kenney, Marilyn, 96 Jason Street, Arlington King, Elizabeth, 21 Gurnsey Street, West Medway King, Nancy, 672-A Somerville Avenue, Somerville Kirby, Elizabeth, 45 Englewood Avenue, Brighton Klemann, Beth, West Street, Medway Knowlton, Janice, 9 Mechanic Street, Holliston Koslik, Rose Marie, 118 Dorset Street, Springfield Lanigan, Catherine, 9 Cleveland Street, Arlington Levis, Ann, 83 Leonard Street, North Attleboro Lindberg, Lois, 5 Beverly Road, Arlington Lodge, Catherine, 188 Kittredge Street, Roslindale 31 Lopes, Dorothy, 564 Purchase Street, New Bedford MacDonald, Natalie, 66 Langdon Avenue, Watertown MacKay, Joan, 498 Norfolk Street, Mattapan Margardo, Rosemary, 137 Purchase Street, New Bedford Maher, Elizabeth, 13 John Street, Waltham Manning, Mary, 17 Jerome Street, West Newton Martin, Priscilla, 7 Rustic Road, West Roxbury Mayo, Virginia, 30 Mayo Road, Wellesley 81 McDonald, Carole, 14 Lambert Street, Marlboro McDonald, Mary, 89 Pond Street, Waltham McGovern, Paula, 19 Harvard Street, Somerville McHugh, Joan, 255 Cherry Street, West Newton McLaughlin, C. Patricia, 29 Westover Street, West Roxbury McLaughlin, Rose, 34 Tower Street, Somerville Mulcahey, Marion, 134 Lowell Street, Somerville Nigro, Maria, 194 Springvale Avenue, Everett Norman, Nancy, 99 Channing Road, Watertown Peppard, Mary Faith, 193 Parmenter Road, West Newton Petit, Joanne, Rogers Park Avenue, Brighton Powden, Martha, 23 Lawrence Street, Waltham Rogers, Mary, 60 Undine Road, Brighton Ruddy, Mary, 5 Keyes Street, Warren Sapp, RoxAnn, 11 Malvern Street, Waltham Sarno, Mary, 530 Waverly Street, Framingham Scribner, Maureen, 172 Linwood Avenue, Newtonville Smith, Carole, 265 Hamlin Street, Acushnet Stodden, Linda, Bridge Street, Graniteville Stronach, Ruth Ann, 18 Dickinson Street, Northampton Taranto, Nancy, 32 Charles Street, Waltham Teel, Joan, 1040 Great Plain Avenue, Needham Thompson, Mary, 171 Lakeview Avenue, Cambridge Trodden, Helen, 224 Lakeview Avenue, Cambridge Verzone, Lorraine, 368 North Main Street, Sharon Wegman, Myra, 1706 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton Whippee, Jacqueline, Pleasant Street, Barre Williams, Cynthia, 11 Pinewood Avenue, Natick Wilmot, Barbara, 79 Highland Street, New Bedford Wilson, June, 123 Pond Street, Natick Worcester, Gretchen, 63 Prospect Street, Waltham SPECIAL ELEMENTARY Baker, S. 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