Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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' X' V: r n g , fr' . if , 1,' Q' J' J Nm : J ' E 5. .' ,K , :J . 54' 1. 4-1, :- fu, MV L 4: .,,. f : . fl, is if Y! Vw 9' il." . 41' y ff ,W F i il Q2 jg The Dial State College at Framingham Framingham, Massachusetts STAFF CONSTANCE DiBONA Editor-in-chief MARGARET AVERY Senior Assistant Editor RUTH KLUGE Iunior Assistant Editor MARY ELLEN HEYDE Literary Editor MARY LOU CAHILL KATHLEEN MCDEVETT Business Editors ANDREA SCHLEICKER Photography Editor MARILYN RUBINVVITCH Data Editor SUSAN PURCELL Art Editor GLEN Sl-IOCKLEY STEPHEN DURKEE Faculty Advisors The Dial Staff wishes to extend special thanks to Dr. Bowler and Dean Haglund for good advice and helpful assistance throughout the year. CCN TEN TS Introduction Faculty Activities Underclassmen Seniors Data Advertising Recognition of Assistance to: Patricia Ellis, Ianice Ngau, Ar- lene Murphy, Margaret Roche, Mary Cronin, Diane Donahue, and Ianina Svvaiki. 5 33 73 117 159 219 233 4 P The Campus has many faces 4924 do the seasons of the year ace of beginningf- There is the 4, 1. I , I' H fi . . , .,., z,. L W 20:34 , AV N wygurhiwgf N I 4 An, .W 4 ff ,MW iv? -W ,,, ,, 4 LI wf ... , nuff 4 ' Y , n f 'A-1 -wi, , -' ' " 4, 'fu ,nv ' ' ' ,wzfwv " .ww ' mwllww M J-M, -11.4, Mv4f,irf21?Z:7f, 'Wk J ,W-w if ' V . , ,. mwwmw ,4 U, ,qggflkm 4,- y4f,5,.f,Q!f M lord of the Flies 1 ', 1 f .. 1. Vwlliam Golding The Ungm of Apex H. MW! fc: fm Wm WW' A ,,......1-u Hen 113113 5 Su' 1 I ' zwvsigg, Yi ffl S ' ' 'L U1 fi ' 4' if - X' v ,Y iL "'+, v ,M nf , ,.. M .1 'sa - r r . .. .L Q .5 . I lg. X ' ' K Q, 7, ' ' HX- fx. 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Q 'E 2 . 2 3 28 the figures familiar, v - x SW: , 1- Q ' 'ET' .- Inf St U. , Q , gl if fin px W N-Q -sr S 1 1 X if S yy w,,- P?. Q Xp..- 51 .E Qi' 1-., E mfr-V .1 ' 'QQFQTQK 3 2? ig, 9 Qs., J x 4 K . 'N 41 .wul i 7? A wmwxx .. . ff I ii -Q RX N A 'X N 1 X ' ,L x x -N X .A ,A MQ Q: . 3 x u., .Q - the things familiar these are the views of our campus ' ---....,.. -M....,,,,,f 5. 6 i .,,, . fmt' 1 ,. , gras- :-. ,. , ,.'Lf:.1g2f1 5 ... . . fffww' 2-L Z2ff:f:If15"131'i:'fZi3'59 ':'1.?'7f?I4fa'?f-'i " W,-,gg i .j"w?w:g1'Q"-ZW. ' w g, .,.. M., - f fa. '- M2 5. 4 . 4? ,fi 15 r AC ULTY ff Q ma, . For your leadership, service and inspiration to others, Dr. McCarthy, the students of Framingham State College commend you. As our college President and an .outstanding promoter of academic ideals, you have instilled within us the democratic values to which every teacher, citizen and individual must en- deavor as his responsibility to insure a better America. Con- fronted with the challenges of tomorrow, we shall adhere to your messages of yesterday and today. 34 X E 1' , -9 L Y 3 VH Ai I -4-was Dr. D. Iustin McCarthy DEDICATICDN Once in a lifetime a man of high ideals, dedication and sincerity comes our way, a man to whom we ascribe the qualities of a g e n u i n e "teacher." Because Framing- ham State College is fortunate enough to experience just such an outstanding figure, we the class of 1967 feel hon- ored to dedicate the DIAL to you, Dr. Cosgrove. fX E 1. 36 9 .. 9 ,x T3 u ,EN -luv' fi .fix S W .V ' Ware 5.1 Today, women have earned a place of respect and admira- tion in American society. Through the elevation, guidance, and capability exhibited and enhanced by you, Dean Haglund, this portrayal will continue to be upheld and improved in the fu- ture. As Dean of Women you have actively promoted and fos- tered the emerging image of the American Woman. Deafl of WOIIICII 38 Dean ol Men l One who has contributed greatly to the enrichment of the ideals of Framingham State College is our Dean of Men and Music Instructor, Mr. Savas. Sincerity, de- votion, and a sense of humor culminate in a model portrayal of academic spirit from which all have bene- fited. In behalf of the graduating class of 1967, We wish to express sincere appreciation. 39 DR. BOWLER Registrar DR. MARA Dean of Admissions MR. MARSH Treasurer ff 5254! 'br , f if! if R ' '4's,.,, MRS. DUBOIS Assistant Librarian MISS MAHONEY Librarian ADVI OR .1 V ' ' I, A ffndvffw .f.4,g ,ff fg ff" My 4 f l, Y' 'ff fu' '- ' ' 2fT""'l '4 , A MISS MARIE SALVUCCI mrx, MRS. MARY MURPHY MR. GEORGE SANSONE 43 STATE CCDLLEGE AT FRAMINGHAM 1 Since 1839 the State college at Framingham h as been preparing teachers for the schools of Massachu- setts. It ranks as the oldest state sup- ported institution for the training of teachers in the United States. From 1935 to 1961 all programs at the col- lege were directed toward the grant- ing of the degree of Bachelor of Sci- ence in Education. The State Board of Education in September of 1959 empowered the college to grant the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. In September of 1960 the name of the college was changed from the State Teachers College at Framingham to the State College at Framingham. Then in May of 1961 the college was empowered by the State Board of Ed- ucation to grant the degree of Master of Education. Secondary school teaching pro- grams were begun in the fields of English and history, leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree in the fall of 1962. Now available are programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts de- gree in the fields of English, history, and biology in non-teaching pro- grams. In the fall of 1964, a Bachelor of Arts program in secondary school teaching of biology and Bachelor of Science program in medical technol- ogy were initiated. The success of the college has been attested to by its approval by the American Dietetic Association, by its accreditation by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Edu- cation, by its acceptance into the membership of the New England As- sociation of Colleges and Secondary Schools, and by its inclusion on the approved list of the American Asso- ciation of University Women. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION This, the largest division of the College, provides the student with a broad liberal ed- ucation, a subject matter concentration, and professional proficiency through course work and student teaching in grades one through six. HOME ECONOMICS This program, open to women only, allows the student to prepare for secondary school home economics teaching, for county exten- sion service, for food and nutrition special- ization, and for dietetics. LIBERAL ARTS In this, the newest division of the College, the student may major in English, history, or biology. The student may elect either to minor in secondary education and thereby become certified to teach in junior and senior high schools in our stateg or, if he prefers, he may choose another minor. A Medical Technology major offering a Bachelor of Science degree is also available in division of the College. In this program three years of liberal arts study at the Col- lege is followed by a fourth calendar year in an affiliated hospital. MR. DURKEE Advise and Consent. ART MR. FIANDACA Artistically Arty. 46 9 'I MR. WOLFE "Come, my friends it's not too late to seek a newer world." f R ' ' ' EDUC ATIO MISS KUNDE "Let me finish this, just one more sen tence." ., f 4X. MISS WALKER "Look professional." MRS. O'NEIL "Don't let me sway you, but. . . 47 DR. PALLADINO "Discipline" MISS MCLAUGHLIN "Housekeeping is an essential in the classroom." WM '.',' 1 1 1-A., ig, --In .SX MRS. STEELMAN "Children should be seen and not heard as x 'M 48 f ,,,,- , S .. ,.,. i. Q ,jaw DR. SALENIUS "The exam will have iden- tification of poems!" E GLIH DR. RYAN Quiet but complete. MISS SULLIVAN She has gone to greener pastures. 49 MR. MAHON "Let's talk about sex! .ww 'gf MRS. MANTHORNE "And when did Little Goody Two Shoes win the Caldicott Award? MR. SHOCKLEY "Sentimentalism.' 50 1 4 1 LW , 7, , ,,A,, 1-LW N -A-Y -fY,,,W ,,,,,,w,.. .T.Ym.Wmv ,.fVV MISS MALINA A new entry. DR. DODGE "P0yt1'y" MR. BORZUMATO A family man 1 ig - . .. - ' Q aff, 0 MRS. MURPHY "I hope you peo- ple watch Batman and experience the richness of its alliterationf' i 3 DR. SELLERS "There are many libraries around that you may use for your papers." x FCREIGN LANG UAGE S MRS. SOMMER "The Frau." '9' S MR. BROOKS A man of self-reliance. MISS SI-IAWKEY "Your newts will need reviewing." GEGGRAPHY 54 DR. MICHAEL "Louis and Marie, they had a bawlf' MRS. STORELLA "Read, read, and read for tomor- row is the exam." MISS RILEY Supervisor of supervisors 55 MR. HARRINGTON "Isn't this fun?' Q fx -ff 5' 1, , -gs ii is I 3 5 1 'llluqgl MR. FIDELER Time and a half for overtime MR. BOOTHROYD "I recommend the SQ3R method." MISS CONNORS Cooperative. CM ECCNCMICS LL' ' xxx DR. IORDAN "Brevity is not only the soul of wit." MISS BILLA "Second thoughts are even wiser." MISS BANGS "I hear every little thing." 57 'ni DR. O'CONNOR "Life is worth living." DR. CARTER "Steps." .li ,, i 'if' N MISS SCULLANE "A queen in her kitchen." 58 MISS DORWARD "A multitude of small delights constitutes happiness." fi WX i 59 '- MISS STEWART "Obstacles are the things you see, when you take your eyes off the goal." MR. BREUNIG A man of parts. MRS. LUCAS "I am a great believer in luck." Y gr- 'ww MISS MCNAMARA Conscientious people are better known their second year on campus. 60 MISS MONROE "Take down a few examples." MATH MR. CZARNEC "I'd rather teach men." MR. MARSH "You understand that, don't you?" 61 MISS ROBINSON "Mathematics can be so blissfully uncomplicated." MR. FIORE A non-conformist. F' M PHILC CDPHY MR. SAVAS "Music requires your whole concentration." MR. RAMSDELL "This is impotant JIU' ' A -'via PHYSICAL EDUCATIO MISS QUINN Super-sonic sound. DR. MACKEY Would you believe that first aid course? MISS SALVUCCI "Mary Agnes" I I I I 64 1 nw? b- .944 P YC HCDLQGY MISS DORMAN Conservative. MR. SANSONE Whistle while you work DR. WILTON "And in the case study of Robert from Princeton." K. AL! W , 1-.. , , mfg? f X My Q " ,ff-KX, ,,"""""'-ve., DR. MCGANN "Has anybody seen my keys?" 65 AQ 1 DR. IOST A necessary commod CIENCE 4 1' I, 2 If ity on any campus. DR. SPENCE A learned gentleman. MISS SMITH A lot to live up to MR. STANTON "And now on to the re- productive system." IA lui-. 4 'Li MISS BULLARD "You're here to learn chemistry." ,611 , ,RJ 49-+1.59 MISS SCULLY Confusiorfs masterpiece. 67 In L vc DR. ZAPSALIS Likes to attempt the im- possible. C HEMI TRY 1 MR. COLSON Ham photographer. MISS MORRISSEY "lust follow direc- tions." DR. GLOVER She is noth- ing if not fair. W NX PHYSICAL SCIENCE .,f"""Ai+ MR. MURRAY "You're confused, aren't you?" MR. BOYLAN "Try another experiment it can't fail." SQCIAL MISS ROUGAN "I don't know much about this place yet." CIENCE MR. BARR "Becausss it is scarce, it is a rare commodity." PEECH MISS HORRIGAN Breathless. 44'm..g,. A f. Has anyone seen my keys? is 5 V-M-1 l l N x , K Q E 2 wr Well liw' 7'1 V fyff l 1 l Cul-de-sac for commuters. xl , , X V'v4,',-,- A l x, Q- , A I V.,,, 5 ,I :V 2 .1 . , , , , A ,V ., 4 Not exactly the Sea 8: Surf but . . . 72 MARCH TUESDA Y WEDNESDA Y A THURSDA Y 4 30 CCC 6 30 SCA 700 7 30 KDP 6 30 Jr Event NSA Discussion 4 30 Math Club Religious Clubs 430 4 30 Hillel Dan 4 30 4 30 Hilltop WRA Auction 28 ACTIVITIES Eff CRGANIZATICNS 4 30 4 30 CCC Professional Clubs 6 30 67 DRY Publications 6 30 SCA Banflllef 1 7 3 9 14 15 16 4:30 IRC : Festival e 7:30 Film Classics 29 30 FRESHMAN IN ITIATIQN W ,. Jfjyy mf ,f 114 'gf'-tv' 6 The Collectors 75 S.C.A. DANCE One of the first calendar events of each College year is the dance sponsored by the S.C.A. 76 f 77 BLACK E? GOLD WEEKEND 78 ,:v- 9 Ladies!! BAsxsraAu. IRI.-S 'PI we 'D-,sf c,... ll- ll fl!-30 ul-5.2 I 'IA ls.In+en.guh' 04 1 4.3- Fun lf! 'Beg A Tssdagsqh 81, qu """" A HLEY MCDNTAG UE Having listened to Mr. Montague's lecture, a female would come to these conclusions: -Females have more to contribute to the Welfare of society -Females are more resilient. -W 0 m e n are constitutionally stronger. A woman's dilemma is to dis- criminate between proposal and proposition. The function of the wife is to maintain a husband in the illu- sion of superiority. But as for the males, "Well We'll get around to that!" CHRISTMAS CLASS SONG CF 1967 Ioined by a bond that will ne'er be untied sixty seven our voices raised high. We pledge our spirit and faith to thy name for these years spent at Framingham. Though as the years pass on we will go our ways Always we will remember these days. Days filled with hopes and dreams that our futures hold as life's winding paths we unfold. Sixty seven united and loyal shall stay true to our alma mater dear. We venture forth with ideals true to thy fame but our hearts will always be here. Though as the years pass on we will go our ways Always we will remember these days. Days filled with hopes and dreams that our futures hold as life's winding paths we unfold. For the knowledge we've gained and the friends we have made our grateful hearts raised in song. Rememb'ring thy name we will "Live to the Truth." Sixty seven forever strong, Sixty seven forever strong. NM' ,-A' fm ,,AA A 84 I 'L i -M 3 H K 85 fall e . F, 1 " ,gm lbs FRAMINGHAM' CHRISTMA T'was the night before vacation and all through O'Connor Hall Not a student was quiet, it sounded like a brawl. The beer cans were hidden by the water tower with care In hopes that the State Police wouldn't be there. The house mothers were snuggled all crammed in their beds. While visions of panty raids danced in their heads. Dr. McCarthy in his night shirt and the Mrs. in her cap Had just settled down for a long winter's nap. When out on Dwight Circle there arose such a noise That I sprang from my bed only to find twenty B.C. boys. Away to the window I flew in a flash, ripped off the curtain and broke the safety catch. The moon the crest of the dirty old snow Gave a luster of filth to all objects below. When what to my bloodshot eyes should arrive But a Volkswagen bus with twenty Amherst guys. With a fat little driver as stiff as a boot, I knew in a moment they were out on a toot. More rapid than race cars the coeds they flew With a trunk full of whiskey and lots of beer too! And then in a twinkling we heard on the roof, The stomping and banging of every clumsy oaf. Come on Alice, come on Ianie, now Dottie and Sue, On Betty and Kathy and Beverly too. They're on top of the dorm, they're on top of Peirce Hall Hang onto that booze, even if you fall. As wild noises sounded before the others could follow, We all jumped into cars and went straight to the "Swallow." As we sang our class song and were jumping around, There came our class advisor with a leap and a bound. He was big and tall not what you'd call bony. A real good sport by the name of Sansone. He said not a word, but went straight to his task Filled all our beer mugs and then emptied his flask. And laying his money down on the bar table He yelled to the waitress: "Fill 'em again Mable." Then he sprang to the door and in his clear Framingham couth He told all of us there we must "Live to the Truth." 86 A' ,f -L 1 qs, 19: 'I 'lp fPM71 X5 . f ., Vx . AMW... Em W W f J lb, F If P 'Ax -Q:ri5f 7 ,.' ' fl 1 1' f V we . , Q B a Q I , mtv f 7. . f W I ' ji- 1 N 4 A 'A Q TUT op omores l The winners, '53 ORD ' " x Y 4 2. 1 f A in 1 1 gi -- , ' ' - -f ' 13 1, 1 :W W4 1 1224 f sa A 23, 'Q' 1 v 1, 2342. e f? l if 5 fi " - ' J . ' J .45 f M 'aigfs , f ' -ff? . ii . n'QZ wif , -:':, 'HQ.f:n, - 1 il 7 "'r..., .,.v..L 1-.fgjlwl 6 L21 . ,. 9ELf,.,5U1?',1gfs3k2',, . , ig, 0 5553: '- -. wgag v Stem -my Q .5 - A - 4 -11 VM4 Y 3 'E Elm- . , , rfij f.. Y , Q ' 3 3 'Q Q ' f A X , X, ,, ' P :iff , . EX, A, ,. M ff "m..fW, ' . 1 H - , 'iv 4 -. , V 1 ,, 12 .W -- A, X "df ' Th .. , - .......,,'f-'f--- , ,. K 0 x "Where's my 'S'." "Do you still want to play house, Margaret? IGHT S61'1iO1'S What to do about Gorilla armpits. E 2' - . ? L g , C . 2 L ' L ' , A , , 1 3 ff- -. V ' i l I ff IT,-J iff M 'sf f 1 u - X i if Take it off, take it all off. Cm Kg! The one thing to have when you're having more than one. w- 1- ' MQ A One last thing, you have bad breath Ffeshnlen Only in America. 1, 94:4 That's what happened to G. H. when he jilted daddy's little girl. uniors We gotta have fashion! E TERTAI ME T I And then the babbling brook . . . Danny Boy" 'H' 1 Impresarios 131 P? x, Bock row: P. Burke, Recording Secretary, B. Bassett, Corresponding Secretary, U. Harwood, N.S.A. Coordinator. Front row: I. Healy, First Vice Presidentg P. Walsh, President: D. Carey, Second Vice Presidentg K. Browne, Treasurer. 93 N.S.A. K. Gorman, junior Representative: P. LaNinfa, Sophomore Representa- tive, D. Harwood, Coordinator: DC. Provost, Sophomore Representa- tive. S.N.E.A. I. Wold, Presidentg I. Grace, Vice Presidentg K. Gorman, Secretaryg K. Bartlett, Treasurer. Debate Ciuln Back row: D. Stewart, M. Burns, N. Ryan. Front row: Mr. Borzumato, A. Hegarty. sf, WM fa: 5 uf 3 5 42+ 94 1-, . f '1'j'f'1' .-,. 1 0" xv f ' 2 W A y ,ff y A if vfifff 5 W egg... V 413 -Jw gy' .H 49 H ' W T V14 ' 'gif ef 2335? f .W f v M1 15' .22 5? I , -1 f 41:-nd" x, Music Clulns K. Kellerher, Presidentg T. Billas, Vice President: M. Hakanssen, Secretary: I. Natoli, Treasurer. Home Economics S. Kelleher, Vice Presidentg D. Cole, Secretary: E. Buckley, Treas- urer. Not present: M. Garren, Pres- ident. l.R.C. C. Gaudy, Vice President: A Ielormine, President. .3 ,,,,""'k?' l.D.C. Buck row: I. Scarborough, M Cahill, N. Black. Front row: L Lane, L. Weeks, C. Zapolla. ' 9 , 5, pw 4 ,qs 4",z""gz fr' ,, I. 11" rv ,rg V. 1 we A' + .ab vp . . 1, A 1' ,z"!n .' il. Y" ,, ffl M., 'vt 2. "N ' 'T' lucliciary Board. Back row: N. Worchester, C Shrzat, D. Caffarelli. Front row: S Locke, I. Healy. f l l I ' 'f A. ' ,, gg! .Q 1 f - Kappa Delta P1 47 . E. Buckley, Secretaryg U. Wolfe, ,iw A V Vice President, I. Tombs, Presi- "f """" e4 S dent, S. Pariseau, Treasurerg S. Di- Pietro, Historian Reporter. 96 tn!! 1 1 A My 2g5,Q.-Am-WC? C1411 :,L:q.'- -5 . : . 1 1 2 0 .,,, 'w- fa-zaefavaff. . ' . f.- www:-1 . N., .1 V: S.C.0. I. Vickery, M. Alston, President, M. McBur ney, V. Parker. NGWIIIGII M. Rynn, Treasurer: E. Edwards, President G. Todesco, Secretary. Not present: M Holt, Vice President. Hiiiei Back row: R. Rick, N. Springer, M. Cohen, S. Candler, S. Rick. Front row: R. Cohen, Vice Presidentg R. Hausman, President. Young Democrats Cluln Hilltop Players l T. Landano, Secretary: R. Todd, President: C. Provost, C. Swift, W. Iohnson, K. Rutka. Vice President. Wl1O'S Wl1O Back row: E. Buckley, I. Healy, K. McDevitt. Middle row: S. Oliver, S. Locke, D. Carey, L. Dephamphilis, N. Herche, D. Donahue. Front row: L. Cottrell, B. Lea, P. Walsh, M. Zuzgo, C. Lawton. Not present: D. Furmoil, M. Garren, B. Auerr, B. Grass. Comrnuteljs Council V L li: 1 . im ' 29.52. G. Tulley, Treasurerg H. Skoupski, Acting Secretary: I. Natoli, K. McDevitt, W. Iohnson. F. West, Vice Presidentg E. Hickox, President. 98 CRICWAL if, 13:TO'1DWf.Y ,' CAST . , V5 .rw nw sg., 2 2 -5 :I :I .WW 1 f i i I I I I , Li Q CMI K DRY f f A 'aff Q 4 AK 'iv ,wx 1 1-. Q E. -. mv,-K " amvaign Wiping ut Measles igwslaje All Octuplet Babies Die . , , . f I G dh' N-egg dex-egpped ph5's1caHy although werkeq Nwroughout the night ln 3 Begg rss 1 ihey were iwo months premature. Yam elim? 30 Save the Uthefs' .Am 'ill K e gy Jgb all 66 1 eep H D I ' ig Associated Press ref DELHI - Prime Min- w 7 f 1 dira Gandhi. in a move i opposition to her re- . 1 as head of the Indian 9 9 ment, accepted Saxur- major Change in N' ff' re oi her cabinera ' iff' .,,,,M, ,,1,s1 , ..,oW xfei t M S 'll ' i ffelflfs ...us y on I . e By KEN 0. Siaff Rrnortvr nuffjtbgf UQ.. captured. . , V - - " 1 ' 'W fr-o-c son hag oeezi in if?-, :mem :or ggx months, vumze wished. lever to Preszderzt risen. Yrs, Nana-3',An1oni:1o of Wine? em ,,,.!, 1 ' R H j Q '-41 r 1. ashes. me eozzlmaneeremaimez an interview. She an-3.53553 ig nmunzeare to me horror she . vrnen sue read some of me rx. uncensored leiters from hex' . Pi: Bhcnaei who en- 1 -v A x eu a gear ago. L'JgCLx1':L ei: ei ixuyyhy .,. f C , 71. also is expeczed to he A . H a xiao? C-?-,gnet A 7 1 K A. .A ii meqebiv au 335.3695 F' A , W fe-heavv man, , A'.,i-.L 1 I ,Z V. I ,. M 3 . M V- ,i 7 QM 2 M V If In , 1 A S zmunist N ighted in ti rztiv ken? 9 y., L vw Y at-V-, V538 H0 Lek 'K the enemy 3 said a destroyed The design from from Washi WR PL - Gallun P usszan Uusts 2 China Diploma TOKYO--Relaticms 'fi the Soviet Unionfand took another dip Sa The Chinese expelle Saviet diplomats from and protested an incit the border in which 'th Soviet guards beat U nese train crewmex seized boaks of the of Mao Tse-tang. A Peking Radio said me border place last Monday trans - Siberian at the Naushki a strong to the Soviet charge in Peking. A Eater broadcast government had Soviet embassy iseave ,ffeiisme Keds Ulg Voice ot America P 6 Ot USIC urns p Ton uri 'J R 5 We By PALL GRXMES Ewaiional Broadcasting Co, dzences-especzaliy those 'mat viszon. press re MW M F J- W ,. ,,, "Mom imiuence foreign opinion- mentary materii ' ' A ' ' f V entally, were being attracted or not. pamphlets and 3 , ,M AV These odiciais concede there- fore that while Frank Sina- fohztion V Vlbiis in ' ' 'vs John director, ampeti- I ears." days, is gal and p AMERICAN MUSIC fiitcrs through the Iron Curtain. emments and Qrfjpf' au- radio, motion tra may have the world on a string. USIA hasrft quize du- plicated his feat. Yer. the agency! tentacles from Wash- ington extend zodav evez'3,'wZ'aez'e that on 'yep mg the XE C1 visual The Voice 11 the agencfs r itself a colossu transmitting sta States POW H1051 3.111 ' "'1""' ' DEATH OF A PRESIDENT QELIAM MANCH M E D I C A R lf , E-ME 7 rfv E VT' THREE Q fe ' ?oMM'E! of Y f: V MATL- 'er e 3355 ',, oftheum. lcars daring rl ' , ,- to e e, pail,- Servzce vs? Draft We fe XA J o in ., A voluntary elemeot could hav 5' ' 'A be preserved byallowmg Stu- P122 HL 1 l r"'A' MM 'A' dents to express their inter- est before the lottery. not 8 after they had been picked dodi for military service, he con- finunfl just ID ,7.. A,..A Q , E ' 1' .is M SENIORS: M. O'Leary, Vice Presidentg D. Donahue, Presidentg L. DePamphilis, Secre- tary. Not present: M. Kelleher, Treasurer. ' 1:5 11.234 - Q. , V , 51 gil, . 1 1 ..'e--sy - IUNIORS: back: K. Schortmann, Secretary: M. Coomey, Vice President: C. Sullivan Treasurer. front: A. Carbonneau, Presidentg V. 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' AV ' ,5"'?j'?2'fA Vi ' ' A " AV Az U A ,-,lpn-f-V 1 - 'f-4 f"A?!?'Y"' I.. A ' A I A V 4 .. ' V ' V . 4 A' N I HOUSE OFFICERS: front: N. Black, Presidentg M Roche, Vice President. back: C. Laudano, Treasurer K. Foley, Secretary. Mrs' DBBFUYH PEIRC E HALL Mrs. Hervan Mrs. Smith, not present HOUSE OFFICERS: back: N. Ryan, Treasurerp M. Blaney Secretary: A. O'Leary, Vice President. front: M. Cahill, President. :Scum 651' man 107 1 Z i Tlx s 1 K, V P 1 1 1 I S 11 I I 1 I 11 1 51 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I i I I 1 1 4 Y 2 1 Y 1 '1 4 4 I I J 1 1 1 I 1 7 1 I 1 1 CRCDCKER HALL 1 l 1 V 108 1 4 Y HOUSE OFFICERS: I. Brassil, Secretary: L. Lane, Presidentg S. Romanowski, Vice President: B. Lea, Treasurer. Mrs. Savage r 109 H? CTCQN N CR HALL .14 Iwi'-'M HOUSE OFFICERS: front: C. Zappola, Pres- ident: A. Nunes, Secretary. back: R. Simons, Treasurerg V. Blanchard, Vice Pres- ident. Mrs. Cahill Mrs. Kohrs if .Q 5, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Constance DiBona THE DIAL TAFF ASSISTANT EDITOR Margaret Avery LITERARY EDITOR Mary E. Heyde flh ' Is? ,,f--xxx IPHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Andrea Schleiker DATA EDITOR Marilyn Rubinwitch BUSINESS EDITOR Mary L. Cahill l l vl f. 4 'l A I 1 l 4 l S l l 3 l l l I 1 1 I in BUSINESS EDITOR Kathleen McDevitt ART EDITOR Susan Purcell, not present PUBLICATIONS .. -T P?" iii 55:35 --. FRAMINGHAM STATE COLLEGE THE FIRST STATE NORMAL SCHOOL IN AMERICA ex - , FRAMINGHAM, MASS. voL. xxx1v No. 2 NOVEMBER 26' 1954 WW We The Gatepost is "the" media of communica- tions on the Framingham campus. In its effort to inform the college community, the paper has been transformed from a monthly to a bi-monthly pub- lication. This was the result of the general con- sensus that monthly editions failed to cope with the paper's chief responsibility and objective- communications. Eventually the Gatepost should become a weekly part of the campus. Thus, the change is not only a change in the quantity of the Gatepost but also in the quality. 114 Front row: A. Hegarty, Assistant Editorg M Rubin, Editorg C. Lawton, Assistant Editor Buck row: L. Hyder, S. Locke, M. Blaney, B Auerr, News Editor. Not present: D. Fer- moyle, Art Editor, S. Garland, Feature Edi- tor, M. Carey, Advertising. 1-"'Y Susan Leitzell, Ioanne Wiltenburg, Diane Gaynor Fermoyle 115 I, J' 'WA' '.','tf,' i, , , lu: The 1967 edition of the Onyx has attempted to promote and encourage the literary efforts of the student body of Framingham State College. Both the full and part-time students have been contributors in this effort. The editors and staff of the Onyx hope that the creative work of the authors presented in the magazine is a preview of things to come from F.S.C. graduates. CANPlL' YFINX SYUTI February 20, 1967 Editor Margaret Roche Staff: Nancy Black, Ka Vol. V No thy Hannan . z ,ff UT , A L 116 UN DERC LASSMEN 8 Time Tunnel! It's all in the way you look at it "f?3Z"'i7':,Eh25i'FZ3.,1,,3' " fl- mmf: :M -1: ' , , 2 'gykgb , 5' 'V ' ' V 4 : uf, 1 ,gay 4fx.,:i,, 1 ,rv 4: ,Z - ., I 1, , s .v gNK 'A' 'fi I' 'iff -fn s X 'P 'ii J 'Fans' 4 5 vgfgix er 4, la., .fy fu M ,. A V .ffflw J , . . MKS lx v :rw in -st? if-ff it N745 J49iQ,e Q YI 34 mf 'Q Ask her for a conference. 120 A wild enthusiasm! 121 Thoughts require solitude. Renovations on the way I X -x .wa 5 , WMM 5, W- wx-A Jjcv' M... ...........f...w, v U , .. is all! MMMWWM 24 4 fsffff' , J 44 J 1746 My 22 sf ff gf' K, if W4-fa 0, zo 44 M55 . , Q , . .X 3 K-,jar H. X-5 -1a,1:: -71g.v1wfQ 'FT -1. so iffrzf Q " ' ,N 5 few, 'x,:::Q.34 555'-,. pf., .' ,- A. .1 .. ' . ,534 an 51 -4-,1 ' N-gvfy X::,.u- L 3.3, Q ,hx N ,M . 4 x 3 '- iw- Agri-9. : ffw-s":wfII13,. A ww, A ' 75:1 :ww',,.3:-,nw-'.,X1'.. ' ' Q- -ing " 1:6 - f. MQ' xx .. . .. .. , ,LUV h , . -53914 xl, - :ik - Y frmy 4,4,4.,l:L,4. r.-,A . : , :2" ills' : '-Elguq :Et xii-.H P . xa ,ws .:. X-mg. .- gm. 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In the beginning was the word, and the word was lines. 124 Sorry! You will have to go to the other line for the others. my 's Q, .V ,Lu WV' ff -..,.,. hfg ,1,':f2f.,1 f'2f4V W 125 Stimulated. "N, iiniff , .L 'I The strength of every college is its library. .,.,.,v.f q,.,.., R12 ' 'iff 3552 X Q N of - . vo .gvff h:.zi2if.vf -.xp-'. 11 19 --HPF:-1:1-S: 'I' ,Nw '- ... ..'-,-wp. , 450.1 .ki Y Nlwrr -4. , f1.4:..,:ac-: . Q. aw .y f. - V' .. .N :,..:.,, 4.62-M ., . z., .:'Z52:,:,?.15 , ..r Y: 1- :So . '4 S.+5fI'.1,-.11-fr , 5.361 .- f f ...:zf.1fS , , .,., V , -p. 1- . . 2- 'Mi' f2f?",,,y Y, Ai fr r aw ,.., 'sr is , .LW , K -w x: 1 1 'if 1 . :V fri. 1 fsfgfs: - - 1. ,v .-1 .sa5af4:z.a1,.1 -1 QEIQ.-Ziff522,123 .. . , Q Q52 Q: ML.. 3 I li A -1 X 1 4 4 W R 4 1 Side-splitting humor. Honor thy honor code. 26 'in- I 1 l w K I I refuse to worry about it. 1 . 1 1 7. .ki Snowed under. Take your timeg he's always late anyway. 1-..., ' H 127 Did you put down 1945 too? 'wyvpfvlt J C i Q ea ' .9 .M an-in -N. ..., ,ira- r 1 . ' K' 2. . hi. """'--.V,, The aim of every good teacher is to create the habit of thinking and questioning. ,,f fo- "Nh-N .5 l 1'5- i M ileggiif, 2 . -.iff ?w5,.1w .A 15,1 'yi X A . ff .Y v LL K' ,. -,T x .' Xxx L3 L .1 V15 , " , --f-34' Q , ,ww P. cf f J 1-Ag ,Wx .nu gh 9- Through this door may lie frustration or discovery. 0 --' ' -..fl ,,,,g 'iv-4 k E -6453 -2 X 0 in-n A very unextraordinary, ordinary day. I think I made a mistake 131 Write it down: we'll figure it out later. Are you sure this is how Iulia Child started? Maki 5 H3 ' .312 15- 1- ,f I , 4 -", dp- ..,, . 4 v b i K A t Q, , Q5 gg A f, ' 'Q 13 2 'JK 1 V z G ,, Q :vii Wy . ' ' 2 Q 1 . ,. 4 . --,rw '.., --,-. - '-,- 5 ,Q ,, , -' -.xr ,.3:f,gff , . vw- '. Mb: , ,,, ,, f iff-f?' -' .2 s 1 Aff- ' Z, ff, A V V p. :f- 1 f' . Q 1-if 5 P-51 'f .K . 5 if-' 11 ' 1 4 - f, . 1 2, - - 2 x a 1 gc . ' :S Q 42: Ei" ,-" ' 2 'i' Y 1 me-, :f"f-. ag-515 fi- - 'iw' .,,. H . , v ii " " 3 - ' ' 7 ' - xfffy i 5 ,-'. 3' ,A 1 , 7 ' , 4 ' fi ' '- ' " ff " 2'15??4 4- ' .f ' "-E2""?E A Q 4 -"p,,5:a"'1f'X ,-' , . W: :LVM ,, X' V f 1 1 Y 1 , 1 1 1 Y' ' ,, -ggfwi' fy- L rl x X -A gg 4 v Q 4 fs' ,.. 'QMS Qmff -.4.7.41fv 1- h, ..,, .. sh Maybe if I turn it a httle blt more w1ll work If you want to know what's going on, you have to take the course Skill is involved in education. kv, I 1 Please return the violets borrowed from May Hall. One down and how many more to go? V .N at Lf ' f , Q .93 I "- . 1 -ff '?Q:3?-'Ql1':::f' Ji, Y- ,.- JW 'f 'T' ' "f':w"fi l M G: 25' V. pi s :L 1 ""'- g 1 . 1 'i ' 3 ,Wx . 3 1 A Framingham State Cadillac? 137 I Thank Go LT - ' . ' 'A' 1 2 I W ' fl ' ' 'U Z ' A M, ww 2 rx 'I A ' 5.,f 4 X ff f 0 6 1 ..,.6,,, ,. A lil W' ,H . n 1 Q x . gr., f t nf' ' .3 ' ,, A 2. - . - A, g i an F 5 j .L f f x ' ' . ' 5 . , X Q 'ig f SL' ' W 3 'A M 5.2-E 5 ' ii g iiT' H Q' ' . ' ' Q 'X I 'M ll , N S' ' . ' 2 . ' 1 I v 5 V , , as a M., , in , 5 V iwwmwv ji, 4 E ' 5, I 1 4 ,. nw W .1 5 ' .,l4?,.f f it 3 I U . hh.: H " vw - Q 1 1 ? if 5- I K -- ,fyig f ' in , Wa? 4 Lv want lm d for the cut system. 138 Should I go Eastern or T.W.A.? ff' 433544. Idle hands 140 I X I are the hands of the devil. 7 3? M Q Q if, i 2 Af' XL ., 131' 4' af' P km' I 4 9 f J aff ,J fffy J ,f- Q V 1 fan 1 ' .A 1 ff, Fi . 7 1 ' W EW' ,, , -.Q ,VL7 f ,Asn ' - Aria., ,. .'.,J,14 .,,1.,'ff.:f-MA uni 1 The younger generation. VVhat's the younger generation coming to? AZ fi Position is everything in life Please lead the right card-please. Could a face be more poker? 44 wg,,,,-f V A.,-,al If I play the spade first Memories are made of this. Least said best. If : - , ll. J- f:,.- "J, ft! X 'va f' 1 ,-J. 1 '- 'L- 91' 130' 'r . '- ". x .qui --ea ?!f, ,-gfks n " 3' -:Sf KJ -mf' . f ' 'f'.'fJ" .., . mqv 1. .-1,. rn FY 1 , - -mv 1'-af ' 4 v , , Ls -- . . -f- e- mtv' i - yin,-, L. Ln Q 0157. :r..f'49W9vY 't.'1..1f.,' A 146 Anonymous The joys of co-education-We rush to class co-educationally. 47 W111 I be accepted at F S C 'P . . . Or vice versa. L . ,, O'Connor lounge-one o'clock. 148 im ,AIQM 1 Nm g. pg Q ' 44 Q YQ gr f eff ' .pau-.qv """g 0 ,M 4 Q ig ak 1 ' . fill: Y -A 42:1 VI. ' V f Z." """ ' 0 5 W 4 QW, ,V 5 4 It looks like a point for the Blues! Whose is it-Blue or Gold? , Y 4' '4 4 iv f 'I ll WJ: z 45, 4 1, 5. 'Y' A Mp, .. , ' 2 1 Mui, V 4,- ff: nf L ,sf L Q 'I mf 1 I ' 4 xx, w. k ' , , . L ,X .A . T -.'r,..f1 b- -. g ,.v .,,,Y? V' -4 z 'f ., ' 13 W! 4, 4 4, I I 1 Mgr: 1 Practice makes perfect Roomcheck. pg-I E, ,vw ,If rw, ,K V' , , - 5' Mw:'ff"r 1, Z ., - -,Q f' mf Q "'M-. Qfwwr W, 3, K , ., A . , 5 ,.... ...,.. . A professional journal, of course. 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Q -4 1 ,, -ss .. 'Jnmf M .- - "Pu es ,A 6 I ': 1 President M. Dianne Donahue Elementary B.S. One of the more popular members of our class, Margie O'Leary owes this popularity to her open smile and generous personality. These charac- teristics served her well in her office as class vice president. In this capac- ity, Margie has ably assisted Dianne in many of the senior activities. The class of 1967 is indebted to her also. 60 As the president of our class for three years, Dianne has done an ex- cellent job. She has been deeply in- volved in whatever successes our class has achieved, and has worked for the improvement and betterment of all. Because she was always avail- able and willing to help in straighten- ing out unexpected problems, the class of 1967 extends its appreciation to Dianne for all she has done. Vice President Margaret T. O'Leary Elementary B.S. Lucia A. Deparnphilis Elementary l B.S. Secretary Mary P. Kelleher Elementary B.S. Treasurer Paula K. Walsh Home Economics B.S. S.C.A. President Iill D. Healey Home Economics B.S. S.C.A. Vice President Donna M. Carey Home Economics B.S. S.C.A. Vice President Elizabeth I. Rehling Home Economics B.S. S.C.A. Representative Barbara A. Burse History BQA. S.C.A. Representative Ianina W. Swiacki Elementary B.S. S.C.A. Representative Karen Webber Adams Elementary B.S. Marie A. Alfieri Elementary B.S. Caroline E. Ambroggi Elementary B.S. Mary G. Anderson Elementary B.S. Mary E. Andrick Elementary B.S. Bonnie C. Auerr History B.A. Margaret A. Avery English r BA. 6 Stephanie I. Balasaile Home Economics B.S. Kathleen L. Bartlett Elementary B.S. Iudith E. Bean Elementary B . S. Carol I. Beasley Home Economics B.S. Rosalie K. Borek Home Economics B.S. Barbara A. Boyle Home Economics B.S. Patricia E. Brittin Home Economics B.S. Ann E. Brosnan History B.A. Eileen L. Buckley Home Economics B.S. Paula I. Burke Elementary B.S. Mary L. Cahill Elementary B.S. 67 Paula M. Burke Elementary Ioann N. Calf Elementary B.S. po Z' Barbara I. Capalbo Diane L. Cashman Home Economics B.S. History B.A. Cheryl A. Castoldi Elementary . B.S. F f. ' '-,V . ' 393 Zfiff W ' 35137 5 "ls 15-2121 ..,, . Barbara Chabot English B.A. Mary P. Connoly History B.A. Mary I. Connor English Linda W. Cottrell Elementary B.S. B.A. Faith M. Coye Elementary B.S. Mary E. Crean Home Economics B.S. Mary E. Cronin Elementary B.S. '..,,-.,,, 'ff , . Rosemary L. Cunningham English B.A. 7 Patricia A. Curry Elementary B.S. Kathleen E. Daley Elementary B.S. Mary L. Daley Elementary B.S. Patricia A. Daly Home Economics B.S. Lorraine M. Danahy Elementary B.S. Susan E. Delaney Elementary B.S. Susan E. Devine History B.A. Constance L. DiBona English A B.A. ,ww 2 Sally L. DiPietro Home Economics B.S. Lea I. Donnelly Elementary B.S. Maureen E. Drinon Home Economics B.S. Martha E. Dow Home Economics B.S. Gloria K. Earls Elementary B.S. if Susan H. Eaton Home Economics B.S. Patricia A. Ellis Elementary B.S. Kathleen M. Farmer English B.A. 7 Leslie C. Feeley Elementary B.S. Martha E. Firth Virginia M. L. Ford Horne Economics B.S. 4 l English B.A. Nancy M. Frisoni Elementary B.S. Frances B. Gallo Elementary B.S. Sharon A. Garland Margaret A. Garren Home Economics B.S. Elementary B.S. Diane M. Gaynor English , B.A. 176 Charlene K. Goddard History B.A. Gloria A. Gosselin Elementary B.S. Barbara A. Grass Elementary B.S. Sarah L. Grip Home Economics B.S. 77 Margaret A. Hakansson English B.A. Dorothy A. Hanley Home Economics BS. Claire F. Hartigan Elementary B.S. Ruth Hausmann Home Economics BB. 7 Geraldine Healy Elementary Ann M. Hegarty Home Economics B.S. Nancy I. Heron Elementary B.S. Mary E. Heyde English B.A. 9 Edith A. Hickox Elementary B.S. Nancy Hiersche Home Economics B.S. Mary E. Holt Elementary B.S. Kathy L. Hopwood Elementary. B.S. 0 Sheila R. Hubbard Home Economics B.S. Mary S. Hurley History B.A. Alberta M. Ielormine Home Economics B.S. Kathleen M. Keefe Elementary B.S. Susan A. Kelleher Home Economics B.S. Kathleen D. Kilcullen Elementary B.S. 'YWIN Elizabeth C. King Elementary B.S. Mary E. Kirby Elementary B.S. Ioan S. Lapinsky Home Economics B.S. Ianice I. Lawn Home Economics B.S. Cheryl I. Lawton Elementary B.S. Bonnie E. Lea Elementary B.S. Sharon A. Leahy English B.A. Constance L. Lecuyer Elementary B.S. Iacqueline S. Lennon Home Economics B.S. Elizabeth E. Livingston Elementary , B.S. Susan Locke Elementary B.S. Kathleen A. McDevitt Elementary Constance T. McGowan English B.A. Susan M. McKenney Elementary B.S. Gail M. McNamara Elementary B.S. Maryanne E. Megna Home Economics B.S. Martha P. Michals Home Economics B.S. Patricia A. Moloney Elementary B.S. 6 Paula F. Mooney Elementary B.S. Gail A. Morrissey Home Economics B.S. Arlene M. Murphy Elementary B.S. Ianice M. Ngau Elementary B.S. 7 Suzanne M. Nocella Elementary B.S. Margaret T. O'Connor Elementary Pamela F. Noury Elementary B.S. Alice C. O'Leary Elementary I B.S. Susan E. Oliver Home Economics B.S. 188 Iudith A. O'Neill Elementary B.S. Mary A. O'Shea Home Economics B.S. Kathleen A. Paradis Home Economics B.S. Sally A. Pariseau Home Economics B.S. Marcia G. Parsons Elementary B.S. Karen M. Piccolo Elementary BIS. z Juni? ' 0 Elizabeth B. Perrin Elementary B.S. Ian L. Powers E Elementary B.S. Susan L. Purcell Elementary B.S. Iill M. Reid Elementary B.S. Virginia L. Richer Home Economics Susan M. Riley Elementary B.S. Susanne F. Risotti Elementary B.S. Ann I. Rogowski Elementary B.S. Sandra I. Romanowsky Home Economics Gail F. Rotman Elementary B.S. Rosemary A. Rowan History B.A. ,seg . i "1 ,, . Marilyn I. Rubinwitch Elementary B.S. Myrna K. Rubin History BA. Mary E. Ryan Elementary B.S. Y Nancy I, Ryan History B.A. Nancy R. Salvi Elementary B.S. Sandra M. Sannicandro Elementary B.S. Iudith M. Scarbrough Home Economics B.S. Andrea A. Schleicher Home Economics B.S. Grace Marie Serra Elementary B.S. Iune A. Sheldon Elementary B.S. Iune A. Silver English B.A. Sister Mary Clementia Elementary B.S. X Sl Susan I. Smith Elementary B.S. Kathleen M. Sorensen Home Economics B.S. 9 Ann E. Stimpson Home Economics B.S. Doreen C. Sullivan Home Economics B.S. Carol A. Swift Home Economics B.S. Beth M. Taylor Mary A. Sylvester Home Economics B.S. 197 Elementary B.S. Mary R. Taylor Home Economics B.S. Marilyn D. Tedeschi Elementary B.S. Faith B. Thompson Elementary BS. 9 Regina M. Todd Home Economics B.S. Ernestine A. Tomao Elementary B.S. Marie M. Tombarelli Home Economics B.S. Iose Tombs Home Economies 199 Sharon A. Traegde Elementary B.S. Elizabeth M. Tuck Home Economics B.S. Ianice S. Tuttle Elementary B.S. Kathleen A. Vaughan Home Econnmics B.S. 200 Pamela A. Voner Elementary B.S. Maureen E. Ward Elementary B.S. Neeley A. Weeks Elementary B.S. Lorraine A. Weeks Elementary B.S. Mary E. Welch Elementary B.S. Ianice A. Mfilliams Elementary B.S. Ioanne L. Wiltenburg Elementary B.S. lane M. Wold Elementary B.S. 2 Ursula I. Wolf Home Economics B.S. Susan R. Yoselow Elementary B.S. Cynthia A. Zappala Elementary B.S. Paula A. Zontini Elementary B.S. Carol C. Zugale Elementary B.S. Margaret A. Zuzgo Home Economics B.S. Pamela Arnold Elementary B.S. 'fq2?-',,1f'Q'v,.IM.JJ1,f33gf22'?,f,'SW-,aj ,' ' . J f:,.-. W,f...,..,.,., .-..Q..L.M,..-,:, , . ,.: . .....- ..,,J.:.w..aa Susan S. Ford History . B.S. 204 Marylou L. Swotohak History B.A. MARY LAPOSTA Nothing that is shall perish utterly, But perish only to revive again In other forms, as clouds restore in rain The exhalations of the land and sea." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 205 Pictures Not Availahle Carolyn C. Powers Clark Home Economics B.S. Signe A. Dayhoff English BA. Dorothy Downey Elementary B.S. Eleanor Evers Home Economics B.S. Catherine C. Foote Elementary B.S. Nancy Mol-Iale Foy Elementary B.S. Helen Hennessie Elementary B.S. 206 Sandra D. Lowell Elementary B.S. Victoria L. Molinari Elementary B.S. Maureen O'Leary Elementary B.S. Elizabeth Potondi Elementary B.S. Carolyn E. South Home Economics B.S. Ianioe H. Steeves Elementary B.S. Helen F. White Elementary B.S. as ,r Q 'K' ,QQ ,,1,.,'.?'. 5 biftiv 2 207 20 f' fish Freshmen initiation Song F. S. C., We are the freshmen here at F. S There are no others quite as low as we, Can't you see, Bibs and bonnets glowing And with our ruffles showing- We adore the stately senior class of1964 Though we are far from best, We are quite full of zest- No sweeter babes have come before. 09 Freshmen surrender the bottle to the seniors Sophomore Stunt Night was a Sleeper 210 :zz siif "1 ffl S if ' " 1 AL,.IL, ,- ?' S G :iz ,,i, px GE! .Q 73 . f7'I"""'f,,-,7 Y 1 "'Lf-,ggi J 'A 315 '. U Q E 12, f 'Z 53' ' ' Z gi L' f A-.1 .. -if lg nik H 5 ""' X-L1 X QE!" ..Vf' 1-555 ,Q "Q J 'fl ,'A, if , A - , Q Fame! I 3? "wr - 1 ,. if 4 E J L if F: 1 G 'pk' 'hr' . . , s "Yes, I have signed your contract 2 'Ioined by a bond . . that ever grows stronger the class of 1967 hon- ored in its May Day the great women of history. Our uniform attire of peach-colored dresses made us easy to identify as we went from class to class. The culminating activities of the day were the crowning of Eileen Sullivan and the dance which was held at the Millis Country Club. .V ,. v- , af sf I ,K 'Muff' P ff? vf-V, if y ,Cf-ff !g 7' .of p " "' as fi , 0 y 1 f A W, , ..,, ' ,,-9 ' Q52 . . f -Mn' , 74 ' x f fi 213 MAY DAY EIU 215 awry! 217 is F' Cf? 1 l 1 Q i 1 as mevwf- Hv ETTG AP A 1.1 I f9a:alss ol1asallau4'l8 Ili Ha,fff'slng1!z'fi'mWye MIMg!lollHm4ls'l's!mlm: if ala I? saneasfauaiflcollg ?020 70 0 K L 465 1 nn lsz ilanslula :nfl I I I I ' l . 'E DATA 'lllnl...,g i FACULTY RACHEL D. BANGS 73 Henry Street, Framingham B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.S., Teachers College, Columbia University, Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition. IOSEPH E. BARR, IR. Hilltop Gardens, Medway, Mass. B.S., Fordham College: M.A., Fordham University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Instructor of Economics and Sociology. ANNA BILLA 39 Eutaw Street, Lawrence B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University: Assistant Professor of Clothing and Textiles. IOSEPH E. BOOTHROYD 166 Great Road, Maynard A.B., Boston College: A.M., Boston College: M.Ed., Boston College: Assistant Professor of History: Su- pervisor of Secondary School Practice Teaching in History. LAWRENCE P. BORZUMATO 17A Chestnut Square, Foxboro B.A., Emerson College: M.A., University of Rhode Is- land: Instructor of English, Gatepost Advisor. IOHN F. BOWLER 9 Arthur Street, Framingham A.B., Boston College: B.S.Ed., Fitchburg State College: M.Ed., Fitchburg State College: Ed.D., Harvard Univer- sity: Professor of Social Sciences: Registrar. PAUL BOYLAN 142 Pine Grove Avenue, Newton Lower Falls B.S., Boston College: M.S., Boston College Graduate School: M.Ed., Boston State College: Ed.D., Boston University: Certificate for advanced study: Harvard. Associate Professor, Department of Physical Science. D. NOEL BROOKS 300 Beacon Street, Boston M.A., Louisiana State University: Instructor of Geog- raphy. DORIS BULLARD 1084 Washington Street, Holliston B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.A., Boston Uni- versity: Instructor of Chemistry. 0 MARY M. BURNS 11 Ioanne Drive, Framingham Centre A.B., Mount St. Mary College: A.M., Boston College: M.S. in L.S., Simmons College, Instructor of History. MARY K. CARTER 14 Aerial Street, Arlington B.S.Ed., Salem State College: Ed.M., Boston Univer- sity: Ed.D., Boston University, Head of Elementary Department: Professor of Education. WARREN A. COLSON 35 West Central Street, Natick A.B., Harvard University: Ed.M., Boston State College: Assistant Professor of Chemistry. MARY C. CONNORS GAIL E. COSGROVE 181 Bacon Street, Natick B.S.Ed., Bridgewater State College: Ed.M., Boston Uni- versity: Ed.D., Boston University: Academic Dean. WALTER CZARNEC Mobile Village, Derry, New Hampshire B.S.Ed., Keene State College: M.S., University of New Hampshire: Instructor of Mathematics: Advisor to Sophomore Class: Treasurer of American Association of University Professors flocal chapterj. EVELYN C. DODGE 75 Maynard Road, Framingham Centre B.S.Ed., Salem State College: A.M., Boston University Graduate School: Ph.D., Boston University Graduate School: Assistant Professor of English. LYNN M. DORMAN 66 Francis Street, Boston B.A., Queens College: A.M., Boston University: In- structor of General Psychology and Child Develop- ment. FLORENCE G. DORWARD 7 Dunster Road, Framingham B.S., Simmons College: M.A., Columbia University: Head of Foods Department: Assistant Professor of Foods. STEPHEN DURKEE 67 Green Street, Ashland B.S., Massachusetts College of Art: M.S., Syracuse University: Associate Professor of Art: Chairman of Art Department: Advisor to Dial: Art Supervisor of Student Teachers. FRED A. FIANDACA 18 Cutler Drive, Ashland B.F.A., Massachusetts College of Art: M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University: Instructor of Art His- tory and Design: Art Supervisor of Student Teachers. PAUL A. FIDELER 503 Water Street, Framingham B.A., St. Lawrence University: M.A., Brandeis Univer- sity: Instructor of History: Treasurer of Public Rela- tions Committee: President of the American Associa- tion of University Professors. STEPHEN V. FIORE 4 Winifred Road, Framingham Centre B.A. in Music, College of Music, Boston University: M.A., Boston University Graduate School: Assistant Professor of Music. ALICE M. GLOVER 88 Russell Road, Framingham Centre B.S., Simmons College: M.A., Boston University: Ph.D., Boston College: Professor of Physical Science: Co- ordinator of Science Department: Chairman of Physi- cal Science Department. ALBERT E. GOODRICH, IR. 8 Birch Ridge Road, West Acton A.B., Boston University: M.A., University of Massachu- setts: M.A., Middlebury: D.Litt., University of Madrid: Assistant Professor of French: Associate Director of Graduate and Continuing Studies. A. CAROLLA HAGLUND 517 Grove Street, Framingham Centre B.S.Ed., Gorham State College: M.A.L.S., Wesleyan University: Dean of Women: Associate Professor of Social Studies. IOSEPH HARRINGTON, IR. 2378 Cummins Highway, Roslindale B.S., Boston College: M.A., Georgetown University. STEPHANIE HOLDEN A.B., Brandeis University: Instructor of English. IOAN HORRIGAN 102 Arlington Street, Newton A.B., Trinity College: A.M.T., Radcliffe College: M.O.A., and D.O.A., Staley College of the Spoken Word: Instructor of Speech: Advisor to Hilltop Play- ers. CONSTANCE B. IORDAN 14 Adams Road, Framingham B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.P.H., Harvard University: Ph.D., Cornell University: Head of Home Economics Department. DANA N. IOST 4 William I. Heights, Framingham B.S., University of Massachusetts: Ph.D., Harvard Uni- versity: Professor and Chairman of Department of Biology: Chairman of Honors Committee. DOROTHEA KUNDE 314 North Street, Walpole B.S., Wheelock College: M.S., Wheelock College: In- structor of Science and Social Studies Methods: Su- pervisor of Student Teaching: Director of Placement: Advisor to Honor Council. DEXTER LINTON 29 Marion Street, Natick B.S., Springfield College: Instructor of Men's Physical Education. ETHEL L. LUCAS 22 Thomas Road, Wellesley B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.S., Simmons College: Instructor of Clothing. ANN MACKEY 179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline B.S., Sargent College: M.Ed., Boston University: Ed.D., Boston University: Associate Professor of Physical Education: Head of Department of Physical Educa- tion for Women: Advisor to Women's Recreation As- sociation: Supervisor of Physical Education in the Training Schools. MARILYN MALINA 121 Winter Street, Framingham A.B., Hiram College: M.A., Trinity College: Instructor of English. IOHN C. MAI-ION 24 Trafton Road, Framingham A.B., Boston University: A.M., Boston University: In- structor of English: Supervisor of Student Teaching in English. MARIE P. MAHONEY 18 Sturgis Street, Worcester B.S.Ed., Worcester State College: B.S. in Library Sci- ences, Simmons Science: M.A., Clark University: Li- brarian: Assistant Professor of Children's Literature. KATHERINE F. MANTHORNE 48 Charles Street, Natick A.B., Emmanuel College: M.A., Georgetown Univer- sity: Catholic University Library School: Assistant Li- brarian: Instructor of Children's Literature. VINCENT I. MARA 23 Elnora Drive, Worcester B.S.Ed., Worcester State College: M.Ed., Worcester State College: Ph.D., University of Connecticut: Direc- tor of Admissions: Advisor to Kappa Delta Pi. DUDLEY R. MARSH Airport Road, Dudley A.M.E., Worcester Iunior College: B.S., University of Massachusetts: M.Ed., Worcester State College: Chair- man of Mathematics Department: National Defense Loan Officer: Advisor to Mathematics Honors Club. MARY E. MCGANN 48 Aetna Street, Worcester B.S., Worcester State College: M.A., Clark University: Ed.D., Harvard University: Associate Professor of Psychology. RITA E. MCLAUGHLIN 242 Marlborough Street, Boston B.S., Boston State College: M.Ed., Boston State Col- lege: Assistant Professor of Education: Supervisor of Student Teaching. CATHERINE F. MCNAMARA 794 V.F.W. Parkway, West Roxbury A.B., Regis College: M.Ed., Boston State College: In- structor of Clothing. RICHARD B. MICHAEL 1515 V.F.W. Parkway, West Roxbury B.A., Vanderbilt University: M.A., George Peabody College: Ph.D., George Peabody College: Professor of History: Advisor to International Relations Club. MADELINE E. MONROE 31 Salem End Road, Framingham B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.A., Columbia University: Associate Professor of Home Economics Education: Supervisor of Student Teaching. IOYCE A. MORRISSEY 81 Court Street, Westfield B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.S., University of Massachusetts: Instructor of Chemistry and Nutri- tion. MARY E. MURPHY 25 Red Coat Road, Framingham A.B., Trinity College: M.A., Boston College: Instructor of English. JOHN T. MURRAY Glen Street, Westboro B.S., Worcester State College: M.Ed., Worcester State College: M.S., Syracuse University: Assistant Profes- sor of Physics. MARY L. O'CONNOR 6 Whittier Place, Boston B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.A., Columbia University: Ph.D., University of Connecticut: Associ- ate Professor of Home Economics Education: Director of Professional Experiences: Advisor to Home Eco- nomics Club. AGNES M. O'NEILL 43 Long Avenue, Framingham B.S.Ed., Framingham State College: M.S., Syracuse University: Supervisor of Vocational Home Economics Education: State Advisor to the Future Homemakers of America. IOSEPH R. PALLADINO 2 Robin Hill Road, Holliston B.S., Bridgewater State College: Ed.M., Boston Univer- sity: Ed.D., Boston University: Associate Professor of Education: Supervisor of Student Teaching: Director of Graduate and Continuing Studies: Director of Audio-Visual Aids. ROBERT D. RAMSDELL 5 Central Street, Winchester A.B., Bates College: M.A., Boston University: Assistant Professor of Philosophy: Chairman of the Philosophy- Psychology Department. MIRIAM A. RILEY 3 Otis Street, Framingham A.B., Emmanuel College: M.A., Boston University: Head of History Department: Member of All-College Curriculum Committee. EDNA I. ROBINSON 8 Dennis Circle, Northboro B.A., State Teachers' College at Montclair, New Iersey: M.A., Boston College: Instructor of Mathematics. HELEN ROUGON 561 Worcester Road, Framingham A.B., Vassar College: A.M., Boston University: Instruc- tor of Sociology. IAMES M. RYAN Doris Road, Nabnasset B.S., University of Massachusetts: M.A., Boston Uni- versity: Ph.D., Boston University: Associate Professor of English. ELMER W. SALENIUS 4 Bates Avenue, Maynard A.B., Boston University: A.M., Harvard University: Ph.D., Boston University: Professor of English: Chair- man of English Department: Head of Liberal Arts Di- vision. MARIE I. SALVUCCI 249 Winchester Street, Newton Highlands B.S., Sargent College: M.Ed., Boston University: As- sistant Professor of Physical Education: Advisor to Women's Recreation Association. GEORGE F. SANSONE 9 Sister Mary Agnes Road, Framingham B.S., Boston University: M.Ed., Boston University: In- structor of Psychology: Advisor to Senior Class. IAMES P. sAvAs 529 Belknap Road, Framingham Centre B.S.E., Lowell State College: M.A., Columbia Teachers College Dean of Men: Chairman of Music Depart- ment: Associate Professor of Music Education: Ad- visor to Musical Clubs: Music Supervisor in Training School. BARBARA W. SCULLANE 18 Park Avenue, Wellesley Hills A.B., Regis College: M.Ed., Tufts University: Instruc- tor of Institutional Management and Quantity Food Preparation. MARGARET A. SCULLY 1 Fairview Street, Newton B.S., Simmons College: M.A., Boston University: In- structor in Biology. WILLIAM E. SELLERS 124 Wilson Drive, Framingham B.S., Boston University: M.A., Boston University: Ph.D., Boston University: Assistant Professor of Eng- lish: Advisor to Honor Council. ADA M. SHAWKEY 75 Maynard Road, Framingham B.S., University of Pittsburgh: M.Litt., University of Pittsburgh: Associate Professor of Geography: Chair- man of Geography Department. GLENN R. SHOCKLEY 6 Keswick Street, Boston B.A., University of Texas: M.A., North Texas State University: Instructor of English: Literary Advisor to Dial. CAROLMARIE SMITH 89 Iewett Street, Newton B.S., Boston College: M.S., University of Massachu- setts: Instructor of Biology. PAULA SOMMER 143 Beaver Street, Framingham B.A., Wellesley College: M.A., Indiana University: In- structor of German, Advisor to Hillel. WILLARD L. SPENCE 39 Linda Avenue, Framingham Centre B.A., Colby College: M.S., State University of Iowa: Ph.D., University of California: Assistant Professor of Biology: Advisor to S.C.A. PHILIP B. STANTON Grove Street, Upton B.S., Bridgewater State College: M.S., University of Massachusetts: Instructor of Biology. ELAINE STORELLA 11 Rich Valley Road, Wayland B.S., Northeastern University: M.A., Northeastern Uni- versity: Instructor of History. NANCY SULLIVAN 42 Norway Road, Milton A.B., Emmanuel College: A.M., University of Virginia: Instructor of English. MARGARET I. WALKER 46 Normal Hill Road, Framingham Centre B.S., Framingham State College: Ed.M., Boston Univer- sity: Director of Teacher Training, Elementary Depart- ment: Associate Professor of Education. MIRIAM M. WILTON 28 Sturbridge Road, Wellesley Hills A.B., Boston University: A.M., Boston University: A.M., New York University: Ph.D., Boston University: Assistant Professor of Psychology: Counselor. THEODORE E. WOLFE 50 Wendell Street, Cambridge B.S. in Art, Massachusetts College of Art: M.S. in Art, Pratt Institute: Instructor of Art. CHARLES ZAPSALIS 265 Singletary Lane, Framingham B.S., Springfield College: M.S., University of Massa- chusetts: PhD., University of Massachusetts: Associate Professor of Chemistry. SEN IORS KAREN LOUISE ADAMS 1-I0 Union Ave., Framingham Birthday: Ianuary 4 Cotepost1, 2, 3, 4: SNEA 3, 4: WRA 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 4: Hilltop Play Festival 3 , MARIE ANN ALFIERI 171 Acton Street, Watertown Birthday: Iune 3 Stunt Night 2: WRA 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: SNEA 3: Math Club 4 CAROLINE ELIZABETH AMBROCCI 180 Arlington Street, Framingham Birthday: Iune 20 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 2, 3, 4: SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4: Commuters Club 1, 2 MARY ANDERSON 15 William Iackson Avenue, Brighton Birthday: February 8 WRA 1: Newman Club: Red Cross 1, 2 MARY ELLEN ANDRICK 59 St. Iames Street, Newton Birthday: May 18 Newman Club 1: WRA 2, 4: Stunt Night co-chair- man 2: SNEA 4: Commuters Club 2, 3, 4 PAMELA ARNOLD 92 Marilyn Street, Holliston Birthday: December 14 BONNIE AUERR 46 Oakvale Road, P.O. Box 418, Framingham Birthday: December 18 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Commuter Council chairman 4: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Catepost 1, 3, editor 4: Math Honor Society 2, 3: Play Festival Director 3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 MARGARET AVERY 60 Federal Street, Walpole Birthday: May 13 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Dial Staff 4: Honor Council 4: Young Republicans 3, 4: International Relations Club 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 3, 4 KATHLEEN L. BARTLETT 120-A Salem Street, Malden Birthday: September 16 Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: New- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3: SNEA 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4. STEPHANIE IULIA BALASALLE 197 Wachusett Street, Iamaica Plain Birthday: September 14 Home Economics Club 2, 3 224 IUDITH ELLEN BEAN 6 Pinevale Avenue, Wellesley Birthday: August 20 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: NSA 2, 3: May Day 2: Math Honor Society 2 CAROL IEAN BEASLEY 740 Iames Street, Fairview Birthday: April 28 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day: Stunt Night 2: Young Democrats Club 2, 3 ROSALIE KATHERINE BOREK 6 Lawrence Street, Worcester Birthday: August 14 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, publicity co- chairman 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day Decorations Committee 2: Clee Club 1, 2: Orches- tra 1, 2: Stunt Night 2 BARBARA A. BOYLE 72 Boston Rock Road, Melrose Birthday: December 26 Home Economics Club 1, 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: May Day Decorations 2 PATRICIA E. BRITTIN 230 Speen Street, Natick Birthday: November 9 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 2, 4: May Day Dress Committee ANN E. BROSNAN 59 Bradford Road, Watertown Birthday: August 1 Commuters Club 2, 3: IRC 2: Math Club 3 EILEEN L. BUCKLEY 1 Hutchinson Street, Revere Birthday: December 3 WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, vice president 2: Newman Club 1, 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, vice president 3: NSA Board 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, board member 2: Hilltop Players 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3 PAULA M. BURKE 90 Dale Street, Dedham Birthday: May 17 Black Knight Cheerleader 2, 3: Tri-chairman Iun- ior Weekend: SCA recording secretary 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dorm vice presi- dent 2 PAULA IEANNE BURKE 703 Main Street, Watertown Birthday: December 30 Newman Club 1, 2: NSA 2, 3: May Day Commit- tee BARBARA A. BURSE 323 Walden Street, Cambridge Birthday: February 28 WRA 2, 3, 4: SCA 3: Dormitory Council 2 MARY LOU CAHILL 1 Ashcroft Street, Auburn Birthday: November 30 IDC 4: Dormitory president 4: Newman Club 1, 4: Dial Staff 4: Stunt Night 33 WRA 1, 2, 3, 4 IO-ANN CALF 251 Robbins Street, Waltham Birthday: April 18 WRA 2, 3, 4: Student Night 2, 3, 4: May Day 2: Newman Club 1, 2: Commuters Club 1 DONNA MARIE CAREY 35 Hallenan Avenue, Lawrence Birthday: Iuly 21 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Young Democrats Club 3, 4: 2nd vice-president SCA: CCC chairman 4 DIANE CASHMAN 6 Gilmore Terrace, West Roxbury Birthday: August 11 CHERYL CASTOLDI 30 Greenough Street, West Newton Birthday: October 4 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3: May Day 2: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: board member 4 BARBARA CHABOT 149 VVashington Avenue, West Newton Birthday: Iune 23 Newman Club 1, 2: May Day Assembly co-chair- man 2: NSA 2, 3 SISTER MARY CLEMENTIA 62 Newton Street, Waltham Birthday: December 21 MARY CONNOLLY 20 Thomas Street, Iamaica Plain Birthday: April 8 Newman Club 1, 2: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3 MARY IANE CONNOR 21 Stearns Street, Westwood Birthday: November 10 LINDA WALLACE COTTRELL 38 Rockmont Road, Arlington Birthday: 28 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Honor Society 2, 3: SCA chairman of benevolence com- mittee 4g Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: chairman of Inves- ture Assembly 4: co-chairman of Commencement Week 4 FAITH COYE 32 Prospect Street Avenue, Waltham Birthday: October 16 Commuters Club 1, 2: Math Honor Society 2, 3: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day Publicity Commit- tee 2 MARY E. CREAN 26 Greenway Road, Salem Birthday: December 9 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 3' NSA board 2 9 MARY ELIZABETH CRONIN 54 Arborway, Iamaica Plain Birthday: February 14 Newman Club 1, 2, 3: co-chairman Stunt Night 1' WRA 1, 2: NSA 2, 3: May Day Committee 2 9 ROSEMARY L. CUNNINGHAM 40 Tennyson Street, West Roxbury Birthday: March 12 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3 PATRICIA CURRY 66 Oak Street, Natick Birthday: May 8 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: SNEA 1, 2, 3 KATHLEEN ELIZABETH DALEY 90 Circuit Avenue, Newton Highlands Birthday: March 1 Commuters Club 1, 2: Math Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Advisor 2, 3: Cam- pus Guide 2 MARY L. DALEY 32 Kendall Park, Waltham Birthday: September 23 Commuters Club 1, 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA ANNE DALY 15 Wakefield Street, Worcester Birthday: August 9 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Young Democrats 3, 4 LUCIA DE PAMPI-IILIS 35 Harris Street, Belmont Birthday: Iuly 26 SCA representative 1: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4, manager 4: Stunt Night co-chairman 3: Class Secretary 4: president of Special Programs Com- mittee 4: Newman Club 1 LORRAINE M. DANAI-IY 3 Commonwealth Avenue, Hopkinton Birthday: March 12 Debate Society 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, vice-president 4: Newman Club 2, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Young Democrats Club 4 SUSAN ELIZABETH DELANEY 25 Beechwood Avenue, Watertown Birthday: july 2 Newman Club 1, 2: SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day Decorations Committee 2: Commuters Club 3, 4: INRA 1, 2, 3, 4 SUSAN ELIZABETH DEVINE 27 Bonney Lane, Norwood I Birthday: September 22 NSA representative 1: Newman Club 1, 2: WRA 1, 2 CONSTANCE LORRAINE DiBONA 31 Appleton Street, Brockton Birthday: january 6 WRA 1, 2, 3: Gatepost 3, 4: Dial Editor 4: SNEA 1, 4: Stunt Night 3 SALLY DiPIETRO 466 Mountain Avenue, Revere Birthday: September 28 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: co-chairman of junior Week- end: Stunt Night 3, 4 M. DIANNE DONAHUE 40 Tyng Street, Newburyport Birthday: December 25 Class President 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary 1: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: IRC 1: CCC 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 LEA DONNELLY 26 Uplant Road-West, Arlington Birthday: November 13 SCA 1, 4: May Day Dress Committee 2: Stunt Night3,4 SUSAN ELAINE DOUGHTY 75 Paul Revere Road, Lexington Birthday: September 5 Glee Club 1: SCO 1, 2: IRC 3, judiciary Board 3, 4: Gotepost 3, 4: SNEA 2, 3, 4 MARTHA EILEEN DOW 218 Park Street, West Roxbury Birthday: April 29 Newman Club 1: Home Economics Club 2, 3: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day Decorations Committee MAUREEN E. DRINON 200 Constitution Avenue, Revere Birthday: May 14 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Honor Council 3, 4 GLORIA KATHERINE fTHANASj EARLS 52 Arlington Street, Framingham Birthday: February 10 Glee Club 1, 2: Dorm Treasurer 2: May Day Corn- mittees 2 SUSAN HELEN EATON Middleton Road, Boxford Birthday: May 6 Dining Room Council 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hilltop Players 3: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA A. ELLIS 60 Sonoma Road, Squantum Birthday: February 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Concert Choir 1, 2, 3: Newman Club 1 KATHLEEN M. FARMER 15 Valley Brook Road, Westboro Birthday: October 1 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Assoc. 1, 2, 3, 4: NSA 2: Commuters -Club 4 LESLIE CLAIRE FEELEY 10 Emerson Street, Newton Birthday: April 9 WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 33 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 MARTHA EILEEN FIRTH 36 Loveland Road, Brookline Birthday: October 4 Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Division Representative 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Dormitory Council 1, 2, 3: Last Senior Assembly chairman 4: Volleyball cap- tain 4: Class 1967 Treasurer 2, 3 SUSAN S. FORD 295 Exchange Street, Millis Birthday: june 23 Newman Club 1, 2: WRA 1, 2, 4: Math Society 3 NANCY M. FRISONI 15 Monmouth Avenue, Medford Birthday: December 1 Newman Club 1: Stunt Night 3 FRANCES B. GALLO 963 Webster Street, Needham Birthday: january 9 Stunt Night 2: May Day 2 SHARON ANN GARLAND 12 Beverly Road, Natick Birthday: November 6 NSA representative 3: Gatepost reporter 1, 2, 3, feature editor 4: Spring Leadership Conference co- chairman 3: junior Weekend Dinner Dance chair- man 3 MARGARET ANNE GARREN 32 Cole Terrace, Randolph Birthday: August 1 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, treasurer 3, president 4: Kappa Delta Phi 3, 4 DIANE M. GAYNOR 19 Birch Street, Greenfield Birthday: November 20 SCA representative 1: College Literary Award 1: Art Editor Gatepost 3, 4: Debate Society, secre- tary 1: Kappa Delta Phi 3, 4: Honors Program 3, 4: Literary Magazine, publicity director 3, editor 4 CHARLENE KAYE GODDARD 969 Grove Street, Framingham Birthday: Iune 27 May Day 2: Stunt Night 2: Commuters Club 2 GLORIA ANNE GOSSELIN 4 David Road, Framingham Birthday: November 4 May Day, Dance and Assembly Committees 2: Stunt Night 4 BARBARA ALLEN GRASS 23 Haverstock Road, Franklin Birthday: February 12 Class President 1: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: captain of Field Hockey 3, 4: International Relations Club 3: Divi- sion Representative 2 SARAH LOUISE GRIP 30 West Street, Westboro Birthday: April 4 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4: SCO 2, 3, 4 MARGARET ANN HAKANSSON 7 Prospect Street, Ashland Birthday: Iuly 24 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Musical Clubs secretary 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleading 1, 2, captain 3: May Day 2 DOROTHY A. HANLEY 41 Garfield Avenue, Medford Birthday: October 19 Home Economics Club 1, 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: May Day Dress Committee 2 CLAIRE HARTIGAN 10 Holman Street, Allston Birthday: September 25 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4: Interna- tional Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Commuters' Club 4 RUTH HAUSMANN 156 Cooper Street, Springfield Birthday: May 26 Dormitory Council 3: Hillel Organization 1, 2, 2nd vice president 3, president 4: Hilltop Players 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 GERALDINE THERESE HEALY 6 Hawthorne Street, Belmont Birthday: Ianuary 2 Newman Club 1, 2, 3: WRA 1, 2, 3: SNEA 3: Stunt Night 2: Iunior Weekend 3: May Day 2 IILL DARLING HEALEY cfo 13 Manor Drive, Groveland Birthday: October 12 SCA 3, vice president 4: Iudiciary Board 2, 3, chairman 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: co-chairman Massachusetts State College Confer- ence 3 ANNE MARIE HEGARTY 57 Prince Street, jamaica Plain Birthday: Iuly 8 Debate Society, vice president 2, 3, president 4: Gatepost Assistant Editor 4: WRA 1, 2, 3: New- man Club 1, 2: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Monitor of Massachusetts State College Student Government Association Conference 4 NANCY IEAN HERON 27 Howard Street, Melrose Birthday: February 15 WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Stunt Night 2, 3: Glee Club 1 MARY ELLEN HEYDE 17 Chestnut Street, Natick Birthday: Iune 11 Stunt Night 1, 3: Commuters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: IRC 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 4: Diol, literary editor 4: Math Honor Society 2 EDITH ANN HICKOX 94 Main Street, Groveland Birthday: March 7 Dorm Treasurer 3: WRA 1, 2, 3, president 4: Gold Star Manager 3: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4 NANCY ETHEL HIERSCHE 523 Miller Street, Ludlow Birthday: March 28 President of Class of 1966 2, 3: Class and Club Council 2, 3: Literary Magazine 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 3, 4: SCO 1, 3, 4: Iunior Weekend 3: May Day Court 2 MARY E. HOLT 173 Greenwood Street, Marlboro Birthday: Ianuary 6 I WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club vice president 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: May Day 2 KATHY LYN HOPWOOD 172 Burlington Street, Lexington Birthday: March 15 SCO 1, news editor 2, Publicity 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: SCA Dance Committee co-chairman 3, 4: SNEA 1: SCA Benevolence Committee 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 SHEILA R. HUBBARD 169 Century Street, Medford Birthday: March 8 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: Newman Club 4 MARY S. HURLEY 61 Hampstead Road, Iamaica Plain Birthday: March 30 ALBERTA IELORMINE 476 Pequonnock Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut Birthday: May 3 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hilltop Players 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 2, 3, president 4: WRA1,2:CCC4 ' KATHLEEN KEEFE 3 Stanton Road, Cohasset Birthday: December 20 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: SCA 3: Stunt Night 1, 2, 4: Math Honors Club 3, 4: Collegiate Democratic Representative to Harvard Convention 3: Horace Mann Vice President 3 MARY P. KELLEHER 127 Bright Road, Belmont Birthday: November 8 WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4: Special Pro- grams Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4: May Day 2: co chairman '67 Day Banquet 4 SUSAN KELLEHER 510 Harvard Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut Birthday: Iuly 11 Home Economics Club 1, 2, vice president 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2: Stunt Night 1, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 KATHLEEN D. KILCULLEN 55 Crescent Street, Waltham Birthday: March 17 Clee Club 1, 2, treasurer 3, president 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2: co-chairman '67 Day Banquet 4 ELIZABETH C. KING 69 Autumn Street, Malden Birthday: 13 Newman Club 1, 2: SNEA 1, 4: WRA 1 MARY ELAINE KIRBY Pleasant Street, Upton Birthday: Ianuary 27 Newman Club 1, 2, 3 IOAN SIMONE LAPINSKY 507 Pleasant Street, Worcester Birthday: December 13 Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 2, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2: Chemistry Award 1: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 IANICE IRENE LAWN 51 Holt Street, Watertown Birthday: October 3 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2: May Day 2 CHERYL IEAN LAWTON 22 Garfield Street, Foxboro Birthday: May 16 Gotepost 1, 2, 3, 4: Hilltop 3: IRC 3: SCO 2, 3: WRA 1, 3, 4: Student Advisor 2, 3, 4 BONNIE ELLEN LEA 5 Plymouth Street, Arlington Birthday: March 19 Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, captain, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: SCO 1, 4, vice president 2: Horace Mann Secretary 3, 4: Honor Council 3, 4: Senior Week co-chairman SHARON A. LEAHY 38 Loring Lane, Westfield Birthday: Iuly 31 Newman Club 1, 2, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Hon- ors Society 2, 3, 4: Literary Magazine 4: Initiation co-chairman 4 CONSTANCE L. L'ECUYER 575D Union Avenue, Framingham Birthday: February 20 Clee Club 1, 2 IACQUELINE LENNON 52 Metropolitan Avenue, Roslindale Birthday: October 12 Newman Club 1, 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ELIZABETH ELLEN LIVINGTON 58 Rochester Road, Newton Birthday: November 2 May Day 2: Stunt Night 4 MARY ANNE MEGNA 60 Trainor Drive, Braintree Birthday: March 9 Drama Club 1: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Debate Club 3: May Day 2: Newman 1, 2 KATHLEEN ANN MCDEVITT 355 Irving Street, Framingham Birthday: Iuly 23 Dial 4: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3, Council 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Honors Society 4 CONSTANCE MCGOWAN 50 Chouteau Avenue, Framingham Birthday: August 5 Hilltop 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Play Festival 3: May Day 2: Stunt Night 2, 3: Newman Club 3, 4 SUSAN MCKENNEY 11 Tower Road, Ashland Birthday: September 11 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 4: May Day 2 GAII.. M. MCNARMARA 33 Pershing Road, Iamaica Plain Birthday: December 20 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 3, 4: Young Democrats 3, 4: NEA 1, 2, 3, 4 MARTHA PURINATON MICHALS 32 Prescott Street, Framingham Birthday: February 21 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 PATRICIA ANN MOLONEY 1874 Beacon Street, Waban Birthday: May 22 May Day 2: Kappa Delta Pi: Showtime '66 4: Stunt Night4 PAULA F. MOONEY 1 Elda Road, Framingham Birthday: September 2 Newman Club 1, 2: SNEA 1, 4: Action 3: Dial 4 GAIL ANN MORRISSEY 168 Concord Road, Westford Birthday: October 6 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day 2: Hilltop 1, 2: Play Festival 2 M. ARLENE MURPHY 28 Marion Road, Natick Birthday: February 21 IANICE M. NGAU 231 Worcester Road, Framingham, Mass. Birthday: October 22 SUZANNE MARGARET NOCELLA 31 Hollace Street, Waltham, Mass. Birthday: Iuly 24 Glee Club 1, 2: Newman Club 2, 3, 4: Math Honor Society 2: WRA 1: Iunior Dance co-chairman 3: Stunt Night 4 PAMELA F. NOURY 9 Chestnut Street, Andover, Mass. Birthday: February 1 Special Programs Committee 2, 3, 4: vice presi- dent Peirce Hall 3: Dorm Council 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 4 MARGARET T. O'CONNOR 41 Mytle Street, Belmont, Mass. Birthday: April 29 May Day Committee 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: WRA 2, 3 ALICE O'LEARY 279 Highland Street, New Bedford, Mass. Birthday: February 14 Newman Club 1, 2, 4: May Day Committee 1, 2: Dial 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: vice president Peirce Dorm 4 9 MARGARET T. O'LEARY 279 Highland Street, New Bedford, Mass. Birthday: February 14 Newman Club 1, 2, 4: Stunt Night Committee 1, 2: Dial 4: Senior vice president 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: co- chairman Senior Assembly 4 SUSAN ELLEN OLIVER 36 Cobb Lane, Lynn, Mass. Birthday: February 16 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA Board 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 4: Gatepost 2, 3, 4: Hilltop 2, 3: Dorm Secretary 3: May Day 2 IUDITH ANN O'NEILL 42 Park Avenue, Natick, Mass. Birthday: Ianuary 8 ' Newman Club 2: May Day Pageant Committee 2: Commuters Club 1 MARY ANN O'SHEA 368 Hillside Avenue, Holyoke, Mass. Birthday: March 23 WRA 1, 3: Newman Club 1, 2, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN ANN PARADIS 27 High Street, South Acton, Mass. Birthday: Iune 12 Dramatics 1 SALLY ANNE PARISEAU 44 Walnut Street, Canton, Mass. Birthday: October 6 Kappa Delta Pi, treasurer 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 MARCIA PARSONS 91 Chandler Drive, Marshfield, Mass. Birthday: February 16 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics 1, 2: May Day Queen's Court 2: co- chairman Stunt Night 2, 3 ELIZABETH PERRIN 7 Robin Hill Road, Holliston, Mass. KAREN M. PICCOLO 98 Palfrey Street, Watertown, Mass. Birthday: March 6 Volleyball, Black and Cold 3, 4: Softball 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Commuters Club 3, 4 IAN LOUISE POWERS 10 Colonial Drive, Bedford, New Hampshire Birthday: May 10 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Honor Society 3, 4: WRA 2, 3, 4: May Day Pageant 2: Freshman Initi- ation Activities 4 SUSAN PURCELL 90 Stowecroft Road, Arlington, Mass. Birthday: August 25 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: co-chairman May Day 2: Catepost 3: WRA 1, 2, 3: Dial 4: Newman Club 1, 9 IILL M. REID Main Street, Brimfield, Mass. Birthday: March 12 WRA 1, 2, 3: SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4 BETTE IANE REHLING 43 Nobel Road, Dedham, Mass. Birthday: April 27 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: NSA 3: SCA 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3: May Day co-chairman 2 VIRGINIA LEE RICI-IER 47 Foucher Ave., North Adams, Mass. Birthday: March 9 SUSAN MARIE RILEY 53 Morgan Street, New Bedford, Mass. Birthday: October 8 WRA 1, 2, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day Decoration Committee 2: Newman Club 1, 2 SUSANNE RISOTTI 46 Boudreau Avenue, Marlboro, Mass. Birthday: February 19 Stunt Night 2, 3: May Day 2: Newman Club 1 ANN ROGOWSKI 159 Waite Avenue, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dorm Council 1, 2, 3: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4 SANDRA IOAN ROMANOWSKY 17 Mt. Washington Street, Lowell, Mass. Birthday: August 28 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2: Who's Who Committee 3, 4: Dorm Council 4: Home Economics Divisional rep- resentative 3 CAIL F. ROTMAN 8 Hatherly Road, Brighton, Mass. Birthday: September 15 Hillel Club 1, 2, 3, 4: co-chairman Israeli Dance Festival 2: secretary O'Connor Hall 2: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Dorm Council 2: Dial 4: May Day Committee 2 ROSEMARY A. ROWAN 855 Washington Street, Holliston, Mass. Birthday: November 5 230 MYRNA KAREN RUBIN 139 South Street, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Birthday: March 20 Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4: Gatepost 1, 2, 3, 4, advertising editor 2: assistant editor 3: editor-in-chief 4: CCC 3 MARILYN IANE RUBINWITCH 78 Leyfred Terrace, Springfield, Mass. Birthday: May 1 Hillel Club 1, 2, 3, 4: NSA 1: Gatepost 3: Dial 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Hilltop Players 1: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3 MARY RYAN 30 Union Street, Watertown, Mass. Birthday: March 30 Newman Club 2, 4: Commuters Club 2, 3: Stunt Night 2: WRA 4: Math Club 4 NANCY RYAN 23 Putman Street, Nashua, New Hampshire Birthday: Iune 22 Glee Club 1: Class Division representative 2, 3: chairman Iunior Weekend Picnic 3: Gatepost 3: WRA 4: Pierce Hall treasurer 4: Debating Society 4 NANCY SALVI 24 Travis Road, Natick Birthday: November 28 Newman Club 2: Commuters Club 2: May Day Assembly Committee co-chairman: SCA 1, 2, 3, 4 SANDRA SANNICANDRO 21 Madden Avenue Birthday: Iuly 10 Newman Club 2: Commuters Club 1, 2: SCA IUDITH MARGARET SCARBROUGH 203 Court Street, Brockton Birthday: August 9 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: House President 3: Dining Room Council chairman 4: Inter-Dormitory Coun- cil 3, 4 ANDREA A. SCHLEICHER 44 Dell Avenue, Mt. Vernon, New York Birthday: September 12 SCO 1, 2, 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Dial Staff 4 GRACE MARIE SERRA 42 Sycamore Street, Belmont Birthday: Iuly 16 Newman Club 2: WRA 2, 4: SCA 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 3, 4 IUNE A. SHELDON 161 Tahattawan Road, Littleton Birthday: May 15 Clee Club 1: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Dorm Council 3: SNEA4 IUNE A. SILVER 12 Elmfield Road, Framingham Birthday: March 16 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Hilltop Players 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2: Alpha Psi Omega president 4: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Catepost 3: May Day Dance Com- mittee co-chairman SUSAN IANE SMITH 190 Union Street, Attleboro Birthday: April 28 Newman Club 1, 2, 4: WRA 1, 3: Dorm Council 3, 4 KATHLEEN SORENSEN 26 Hawthorne Road, Milton Birthday: March 30 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2,3,4 CAROLYN E. SOUTH 47 Georgetown Drive, Framingham Birthday: March 29 Home Economics Club 1, 2 ANN STIMPSON 5 Utica Drive, Worcester Birthday: August 27 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2: WRA 1, 2 DOREEN SULLIVAN 64 Stratford Street, West Roxbury Birthday: April 11 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2,3,4 IANINA WANDA SWIACKI 30 Taft Street, Southbridge Birthday: Iune 14 SCA Representative 4: Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Honor Society 3, 4 CAROL SWIFT 10 Clarence Terrace, Lawrence Birthday: March 14 Hilltop 1, 2, 3, president 4: Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1: WRA 2 MARYLOU L. SWOTCHAK 107 Lindbergh Boulevard, Westfield Birthday: February 17 Newman Club 1, 2, 4: WRA 2, 3, 4: Math Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Literary Magazine 3: May Day Pageant 2 MARY ANN SYLVESTER 12 Harvard Street, Brockton Birthday: March 12 NSA 2: chairman Charm Committee May Day: Home Economics 1, 2, 4: Newman Club 1, 2: WRA 2, 3 BETH M. TAYLOR 137 Eleanor Drive, Braintree Birthday: September 18 Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club Dance 1: May Day co-chairman Dance Committee 2: SCA 1, 2, 3, 4 M. REBECCA TAYLOR 221 Lincoln Avenue, Amherst Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3: SCO 1, 2: Hilltop 1, 2, 3, 4 MARILYN TEDESCI-II 26 Holmes Street, Needham Birthday: September 15 Newman Club 1, 2: Commuters Club 2: Math Club 42 SNEA 43 WRA 4 FAITH B. THOMPSON Plain Street, Franklin Birthday: October 11 REGINA MARIE TODD 10 Emerald Street, Quincy Birthday: Iuly 1 Hilltop president 2: Newman Club secretary 4: Young Democrats 3, 4: May Day Pageant co-chair- man 2: Play Festival director 2 ERNESTINE A. TOMAO 14 Hamilton Road, Waltham Birthday: February 8 Commuters Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division Representa- tive 3 MARIE M. TOMBARELLI 22 Marston Street, Lawrence Birthday: Iune 6 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3: Hilltop Players 2 IOSE TOMBS Circuit Drive, Stow Birthday: March 14 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi presi- deHt3,4 SHARON ANN TRAEGDE 5 Wenzell Road, Ashland Birthday: February 7 WRA 1, 2: Commuters Club 1: Black Knight Cheerleader 1, 2: Newman Club 1 ELIZABETH IXIABEL TUCK Squam Road, Rockport Birthday: April 15 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Clee Club 1, 2: SCO 1, 2, 3, -I: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 IANICE TUTTLE River Road, Marstons Mills Birthday: February 20 , Commuters Club 1: May Day Decorations Com- mittee 2: Stunt Night 4 KATHLEEN A. VAUCHAN 106 lean Street, Framingham Birthday: November 9 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 3, 4 PAMELA ANN VONER 60 Washington Ave., Natick Birthday: October 22 Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Black Knight Cheerleader 1, 2, 3: Participant in Stunt Night 3: WRA 1, 2, 3: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3 PAULA KATHLEEN WALSH 11 Colbert Street, West Roxbury Birthday: March 8 Dorm vice president 2: Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4: WRA 1, 2, 4: SCA secretary 3: SCA president 4: Handbook Committee co-chairman 2: MSCSGA Conference co-chairman 3 MAUREEN ELLEN-ELIZABETH WARD Appletree Drive, Plainville Birthday: October 10 WRA 1, 4: May Day 2: SCA 1, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night 4 LORRAINE ANN WEEKS 43 Prospect Street, Falmouth Birthday: May 7 Newman Club 1, 2: WRA 1, 2: chairman of Iunior Dance 3: president of O'Connor Hall 3: Mayday Committee 2: Dial directory staff 4 NEELEY ANN WEEKS 50 Thoreau Street, Concord Birthday: Iuly 4 Clee Club 1, 2: WRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Week 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 4: SCA 2, 3, 4 MARY ELIZABETH WELCH 48 Lake Shore Drive, Cochituate Birthday: September 30 Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 IANICE ARLENE WILLIAMS Barton Road, Stow Birthday: August 14 Kappa Delta Phi 4: Stunt Night 3 IOANNE LOUISE WILTENBURG 46 Park Avenue, Natick Birthday: May 6 Clee Club 1, 2: Honor Society 4: Literary Maga- zine 4 IANE MARIE WOLD 211 Grove Street, Reading Birthday: Iune 12 Glee Club 1, 2: WRA 1, 2, 3: SNEA 2, 3, 4, secre- tary 3, president 4: Kappa Delta Pi 4: Class and Club Council 4 URSULA I. WOLF 11 Beverly Road, Wellesley Birthday: April 27 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: International Re- lations Club 3, 4: Stunt Night 3: Kappa Delta Pi vice president 3, 4 SUSAN RENEE YOSELOW 230 Congress Street, Milford Birthday: October 2 Hillel 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2: Stunt Night 2, 3, 4: WRA 4 CYNTHIA ANN ZAPPALA 281 Main Street, North Andover Birthday: September 30 SNEA 1, 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 3, 4: Newman Club 1, 2, 4: president of O'Connor Hall 4 PAULA ANN ZONTINI 414 Hollis Street, Framingham Birthday: October 3 Mayday Printing Committee chairman 2: Mayday Decoration 2: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3: WRA 3 CAROL CYNTHIA ZUGALE 35 Alexander Street, Framingham Birthday: March 13 Mayday Printing Committee 2: Mayday Decora- tions 2: Commuters Club 1, 2, 3: WRA 3 MARGARET ANN ZUZGO 6 Moore Ave., Warren Birthday: Iuly 18 Clee Club 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4: Newman Club 1, 2: IDC Board 3: Dorm Council 3 in fi Q,,s:" V- 1: g Me ,MW mv- BUY wwf' ' 'ff , 3'f"'f':f! 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