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Show Hide text for 1964 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1964 volume: “ Od ey . i 3 9tttn cUccCco t . 9tt ‘TTtemo ' Utun . tye 4 tn oo 6 Sfrt 4 . ‘Dedication . ' pacutty Seniono Sufreniatioec Seaiox s4ctivitico TtneCeacCaccntcn. Oxycutifotioao Sfrontc (ZancUdo s 4 d . . . 4 . .6 . .X . .9 .17 .51 .61 .67 .75 .91 109 111 rtfaocloccttott The prime purpose of any introduction, obviously, is to introduce that which is to follow. In the particular case of our yearbook, however, such a task is indeed difficult, for our entire purpose in publishing Os key 1964 is to introduce. Yes, through words and pictures we hope to present, to all readers, the Class of 1964 —its students and its teachers; its memories and its goals; its spirit and its friends; its brief but active life. Naturally, the book is intended for two distinct groups of people—the majority, who are not me mbers of the class of 1964 and the minority, who comprise this same class. To the first group we hope our yearbook will convey a feeling of knowing and understanding both the history and the aspirations of some 120 students as they hover on the brink of adulthood. To the second group we hope this book will serve not only as a factual epilogue, but also as a pleasant reminder of four well-lived, well¬ loved years. With this duo-purpose as our guide, we have proceeded to construct what we hope will be a meaningful and memorable introduction to the Class of 1964. The Editors ©FABIAN BACHRACH There is an appointed time for ev¬ erything, and a time for every affair under the heavens. A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to uproot the plant. A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to tear down, and a time to build. A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance. A time to scatter stones, and a time to gather them; a time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces. A time to seek, and a .time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away. A time to rend, a time to be silent, and a time to speak. A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace. ECCLESIATES, Chapter 3 (1-8) ‘Tftemo ' i UK Ttt uf Do6enty " Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven Blessed are the meek, for they shall possess the earth. Blessed are they who mourn, ’for they shall be comforted. Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for justice, for they shall be satisfied. Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God. Blessed are they who suffer persecution for justice ' sake, for theirs in the kingdom of Heaven. 5 (2 -ScUto Peter Paige, Janice Kussmaul and Lenore Beane s4xt P. Pollard, E. Fox, S. Dauphinee , T. Santoro . Stefa Standing: N. Curran, J. Vignone, B. Brunelli, T. Prioriello, P. Lombardi, J. Saster, B. Sheridan, D. Berghelli, J. Eastwood. Kneeling: M. Allen , M. Hanson, A. Cody , M. Smith, K. DeCe cco. Co-Editors 6 (?£ uctU Sta L.R.: M. Circone, E. Marguerite, J. Phelan, L. Paturzo , P. Gianetti , J. Russell, S. Swenson, L. Redding. Absent: B. Lavigne, B. Crosby. Sfronts L.R.: V. Franklin , P. Lukk, J. Vozzella, S. Patete, Redpath, C. Jarret, B. Barck . Bottom Row L.R.: L. Moir, C. Dangelo, M. Longley, P. Brown, M. Ferioli, J. Holmes. Top Row L.R.: P. Nigro, S. Keefe, N. Mason, S. Petit, S. Roberts, C. Robinson , P. Varjian , J. Holmes, P. Harvey, N. Feeley. L.R.: F. Melo, L. Dayian, B. Giordano , J. McLaughlin, B. Bogigian , C.. Beaudette, D. Lyons, G. Giallonardo. Co-editors of staffs fltUf (ZnacuCecf 1963-1964 With sincerest appreciation for a helpful hand when hands were needed; for a kind word when words were scarce; for an able back when backs were bending; for a guiding light when darkness prevailed; for all this and much more—we, the Class of 1964 do fondly dedicate this yearbook to our advisors. ‘2( c t4£ocv “Tt. ' ZOeefo I960- 963 8 s4cUnc U4t ' i ti0 t a tcC 0 ?acu£tcf, At first they thought we were just hopeless young sillies And we wished that they ' d end up covered with lillies; They analyzed us in their teachers ' conventions. And led us through life with a doz¬ en detentions, But now that we ' re fine little women and men, Don ' t you wish we could do it all over again? 9 " Not what you wish to be, but what you strive to be, will determine your future success " c.H Graduation from high school is but one phase of your education completed. Before you can become truly educated, however, you must continue to strive for greater knowledge and understanding. : Sufeerirttendeitt ‘Tftete ye The next several years seem to promise much to those Americans who are prepared for them. As you graduate it is the hope of those in Franklin School Department that we have helped in your preparation. In the last analysis, however, whether or not you are prepared depends upon you. As your superintendent, I hope you will continue your education in whatever way you can. Education is your key to success — use it! School Mr. Carlo B. Geromini, Mrs. Lila W. Doe, Mr. Leonard L.F. Remington, Dr. Raymond Mercer, and Mr. Guary Circone ?I mm, Leo G. Van Beaver James C. McDermott Rose M. Turco Gerard T. Leone Boston College, B.S. State College at Boston, B.S.Ed. State College at Boston, B.S.Ed.; Boston University, B.S. Boston College, M.Ed. lndicotes a Deportment Head 12 Edna B. Dufresne Boston University, A.B. J, Foster Cass Springfield College, B.S. Grace Brown Boston University, A.B. Marion E. Holmes Boston University, A.B. Roger A. Rainville St. Anselm ' s College, B.A.; Librarian Robert L. McGee St. Michael s College, A.B Maureen A. Cassidy Regis College, A.B. i » —. . ■ Science Ronald P. Bucchanio Stor.ehill College, A.B. Social Studies Kevin M. Quinlan Boston College, B.S. Sara J. Dailey Simmons College, B.S Herman C. McCall East Tennessee Sta ; College, B.S. Robert Brown Boston University, B.A William Rex University of Mass., B.S.; Bridge- water, M.Ed. J. Murray Stevens Holy Cross College, B.S.; Univer¬ sity of New Hampshire, M.Ed. J. David Guenard Springfield College; Boston Uni¬ versity, S.Ed. Robert E. Lucien Boston University, A.A., A.B., M.A. 13 Anthony Donald lacovelli Boston Conservatory of Music, A.B., Music Ed. Charles Hinckley Franklin Technical Institute; Bridgewater State College Robert Vallee Providence College, A.B. yt te John Jay Crowley Vesper George School of Art; Calvin Mildred M. White Framingham State Teachers College , B.S Co llidge School of Liberal Arts, A.B. ' Jttctcc faccU Vito V. Gerardi Fitchburg State College, B.S.F.; Bridgewater State College, M.Ed 14 Ralph Jacobs Wentworth Institute Robert Gaura Boston State Teacher ' s College, B.S. Eleanor Drew Kenney Radcliffe College, B.A.; Boston State Teachers ' College, M.A. Judith A. Collins Emmanuel College, A.B.; Middle- Bury College, M.A. Warren R. Kemp Boston College, B.S.; Assumption College, M.A. lndicates Department Heads Alice L. Beane Boston University, Sargent Col¬ lege, B.S., M.Ed. Mary Flaherty Bridgewater State College, B.S.Ed. Ronald M. Bonollo University of Bridgeport, B.S. Andrew J. Marak Southern Connecticut State Col lege, B.S. 15 Janet L. Strack A. Diane LaSala Alan S. Evans Salem State Teachers College, Stonehill College, B.S., B.A. Northeastern University, B.S. B.S.Ed. (ZuicUutce Edna B. MacManus Framingham State Teachers College, B.S.Ed.; Bridgewater, M.Ed. ‘PfafAiccU SctucaUo t John W. DiLibero Holy Cross, B.A.; M.Ed. Mr. Albert N. O ' Brien Jr. Business Administrator Mrs. Mary Diorio Mrs. Madeleine Nasutl is ' • ' •• mr .! Mrs. Margaret Fleming Mrs. Elvera Pasquantonio Mrs. Pauline DeBaggis, Mrs. Theresa Brunelli, Mrs. Palmino, Mrs. Veronica Mateuszczyk, Mrs. Virginia Baglioni, Mrs. Lillian Bobnowicz, Mrs. Josephine Pasquantonio, Mrs. Mary Bertoni, Mrs. Mary Dobeck, and Mrs. Josephine Ulackas. Mr. Anthony Mucciarone, Mr. Chester Hume, Mr. Edgar Rollinson, Mr. Lawrence Moir. 16 We ' re the seniors of Franklin High Bound with friendship ' s warmest tie. Endowed with wisdom ' s precious pearls We ' re brothers — all except the girls! DONALD BINNS " Don, Binnsy " 231 Lincoln Street Favorite Expression— " Is that right. " Outstanding Characteristic—Politeness Vice—Moodiness Favorite Companion—Martha As class president, Donald has mastered the art of leadership. This experience will help him in his future years as he pursues a career as an engineer. Activities Class President 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal Squad 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play. JOYCE ARLENE SASTER " Joycie " 55 Gallison Street Pet Peeve—Standard transmissions. Suppressed Desire—To be able to fix my own flat. Favorite Companion—Terry. In the future years we see Joyce as the first woman principal of Franklin High. Who—knows—maybe sometime soon she ' ll even rank as superintendent. Activities Oskey 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Grand March 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Secretary of Class 3, 4; Honor Society 3; Oskey Committee 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 3; Driver Ed. 3; Hockamock League Forum 3; Drama Club Treasurer 4. 18 LENORE LAMBERT BEANE " Leesie, Never-More " 15 Highland Street Pet Peeve—Math classes Secret Ambition—To teach history Favorite Companion—Carol Suppressed Desire—To become the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. In a few years, Lee Beane, the Honest Politician, will prove to all you skeptics that women BELONG in politics! Save her autograph; it may be valuable some day. Activities Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 President 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Interclass Drama Festival 1, 2, 4; Massachusetts Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Class Vice-President 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Yearbook Staff. ' PEGGY ANN VARJIAN " Peg, Varj. " 38 Crescent Street Virtue—Cuteness Usually Found—Laughing Favorite Memory—Outstanding lineman of 1962 football team Suppressed Desire—To make someone happy. Pep, personality, and ambition describe our class treasurer. We hope these characteristics will serve her in good stead as she stands before her first business class. Activities Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Drill Team 1; Commercial Club 4; Honor Society 1; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff, Business Manager 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Oskey 1. " Chico " 393 Union Street Pet Peeve—Munjo Secret Ambition—Becoming " Mr. Massachusetts " Favorite Memory—Weightlifting with Mr. Gaura Muscles and personality are the fine qualities of " Chico, " our future Mr. America. Activities Track 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Weightlifting 3, 4; Oskey 4; Chorus 1, 2. MARTHA-JO ALLEN " Marty " 315 Lincoln Street Favorite Companion—Donald Favorite Saying—I don ' t know Vice—Always wanting my own way Since Martha has chosen as her life ' s work to uphold the noble profession of teaching, perhaps someday we ' ll have a class of freshmen actually READY to enter Franklin High. Activities Marshal Squad 3, 4; National Junior Honor Society 1, 2 (Treasurer); National Senior Honor Society 3, 4 (Secre¬ tary); Grand March 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1; Driver Ed.; Yearbook Staff; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4 (Secretary); Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 3; Senior Class Play; Interclass Drama Festival 4; Ring Committee 1. KENNETH ANDERSON " Andy " 8 McCarthy Street Pet Peeve—Miss Holmes ' little exercises. Usually Found—Poolroom Secret Ambition—To be a chef Favorite Memory—Chemistry Lab Favorite Companion—Peter Paige Have you read the news of late? Our class poet has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Activities Driver Ed. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Vice President 1. JOHN A. ALLEGRINI JOYCE C. ADAMS " Jay " 281 W. Central Street Pet Peeve—Tardiness Usually Found—At the library Favorite Memory—Camping The fact that Joyce plans to continue improving her mind at college sets one to wondering how Ph.D. would look after her name. Activities Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Marshal Squad 3, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 4 Prom Committee 3. GVrJvST. jJ a Intram CLAYTON PIERRE AYOTTE " Clay " 18 East Park Street Favorite Expression— " Get out of here! " Pet Peeve—Long Skirts Secret Ambition—Getting married Favorite Memory—Florida Clayton has had a lot of experience in teaching people how to drive. This fact leads us to believe that he will be a fine driving instructor in the future. BRUCE N. BARCK " Norm " 652 West Central Street Usually Found—Goofing off in the Band Room Vice—Laziness Favorite Memory—Chemistry Lab Chief Hobby—Electronics Interested in Math and the Sciences, Bruce has visions of going into these fields. Watch out, world!!!—Here comes the " boy Einstein " of FHS. Activities Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Projection Club 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Yearbook Staff. RICHARD CARL A. BABCOCK " Rick " 820 Lincoln Street Activities Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. Favorite Expression— " Hey, Charlie Brown " Virtue—Pleasing smile Favorite Memory—My freshman initiation Suppressed Desire—To live life to its fullest Rick ' s pranks will certainly make life at the North Pole anything but dull. With his luck that ' s where Uncle Sam will send him, for Rick has decided to make a career of defending his country. Activities Football 2, 3. FRANK JOSEPH BACHLOR 490 Lincoln Street Secret Ambition—Automotive engineer Favorite Companion—Art Keddy Suppressed Desire—To own a Corvette Usually Found—In Medway Frank likes working on cars and is often found in the machine shop of the school. Because of this he has chosen the career of an Auto Mechanic. MARILYN BARTELLONI " Bart " 35 North Park Street Favorite Exression—Wait ' til I get my license. Pet Peeve—Curly hair Usually Found—Near a radio Suppressed Desire—To go to Switzerland Our " class clown, " Marilyn plans to pursue the hairdress¬ ing occupation. She will use her ability to create beautiful hairstyles while bringing a permanent wave of laughter to her customers. Activi ties Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education 4; Oskey 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2. CAROL IRENE MARY BEAUDETTE " Dollface " 299 West Central Street Favorite Expression— " You kill me. " Pet Peeve—The boy next door Favorite Memory—Mr. Harrison Favorite Companion—Leezie From the basketball court to the hospital ward is quite a shift. Probably the problem which will matter the most to Carol will be the change in uniforms. Activities Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Oskey 3; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Senior Class Play 4. DIANE MARY BERGHELLI " Di " 59 Milliken Avenue Pet Peeve—Chico Favorite Memory—Mr. Quinlan Virtue—Friendliness Vice—Eye shadow The students ' radar will soon be tuned in on Miss Diane Berghelli ' s social studies classes which should convey history flavored with good humor. Activities Dance-Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 1, 2, 4; Honor Society 1, 2; Oskey 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 4; Future Nurses 3; Driver Ed. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; Hockomock Forum 3. BARBARA ANN BOGIGIAN " Bogie " 50 Highland Street Pet Peeve—Unfair referees Virtue—Athletic ability Favorite Memory—Naomi Favorite Companion—Judy Barbara, who has been chosen our best female athlete, plans to use her ability in teaching others. " Come on, girls—line up! " Activities Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball (Co-Captain) 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey (Co-Captain) 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Dance Committee 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Driver Ed. 4. LAUREN FRANCES BONiFAZI 115 Alpine Place Pet Peeve—Pamela B. Usually Found—With Pudgy Vice—Stubborness Secret Ambition—Marriage to P.D. Lauren has been " good medicine " for many during her high school years. We feel she is the right " type " to become a medical secretary. Activities Drill Team 1, 2; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. PAMELA MARY BROWN 25 Alpine Place Favorite Expression— " What ' s that mean? " Usually Found—Getting yelled at. Virtue—Good looks Vice—Gullibility Having Pam as a nurse is guaranteed to improve the health of any BOBBY. Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Oskey Yearbook 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Driver Ed. 2, Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4. DONALD P. BROWN " Brownie " 27 Marvin Avenue Secret Ambition—To travel Favorite Memory—Graduation Chief Hobby—Pool Suppressed Desire—To be successful Don ' s knowledge of history will aid him in his teaching career. Watch out, Mr. Q; here comes your rival! Activities Intramurals 1; Chorus 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Student Council 4; Marshal Squad 4; Prom Committee 3. BARBARA ANNE BRUNELLI " Barb " 228 Summer Street Virtue—Smile Vice—Moodiness Pet Peeve—Staying home nights Favorite Memory—Summers of ' 62 and ' 63 Barbara ' s desire is to become a Dental Hygienist. With her flirtatious ways, the dentist ' s office will be a very pleasant place. Activities Drill Team 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Chorus 1, 2, 3; Driver Ed. 4; Commercial Club 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Prom Committee 3. GLENN CEURVELS 1322 Pond Street Pet Peeve—Freshman girls Favorite Companion—Linda P. Chief Hobby—Fixing friends ' cars. Suppressed Desire—To own a Corvette Sting Ray. Glenn has decided to become a draftsman. We all hope his plans will work out. WALTER J. CALZOLARI 105R Beaver Street Usually Found—At work Virtue—Understanding Favorite Memory—Getting my license Walter plans to hammer his way to a career in Industrial Arts. In a few years, perhaps, he ' ll be teaching our chil¬ dren not to get splinters in their fingers. Activities Manager of Basketball and Football 3. MARY CATERINA 54 Fisher Street Virtue—Sense of humor Favorite Memory—Lakeview Chief Hobby—Dancing Suppressed Desire—To see Johnny Mathis From now on Mary will be hearing noises—typewriter bells, keys tapping away, and whistles blowing—known only to a secretary, the career she will pursue. Activities Basketball 1, 2; Softball ' 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Com¬ mercial Club 4. Activities Driver Ed. 4. DONNA MARIE CAPRINI " Don " Rolling Ridge Road Virtue—Hair Favorite Expression—How sweet. Pet Peeve—Walking Donna has chosen hairdressing as her career. Judging from her beautiful hair styles, she will be no doubt one of the finest coiffeuse. Activities Ring Committee 1, 2; Grand March 3; Cheerleader 1; Secretary of Class 1; Commercial Club 4. MARY LOU CHEYUNSKI " Lou " Pheasant Hill Road Favorite Memory—Parties in West Bridgewater Vice—Forgetfulness Favorite Expression— " That ' s the way it goes, kids! " Prescribing treatment for frostbite, exhaustion, and colds was an important part of Lou ' s job as a majorette. It is thus in curing these same ills that we expect her to be most skillful as a nurse. Chorus 1, 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Majorettes 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Oskey 3; Intramurals 3, 4. MARTHA L. CIRCONE 349 Union Street Usually Found—In a white ' 60 Chevy convertible Virtue—Brown eyes Favorite Memory—5th period study hall of Freshman year. Suppressed Desire—To own a " rock " like Gibraltar Many great Americans have done important deeds at the spur of the moment. Here ' s hoping whatever Martha decides to do will prove to be just as successful. Activities Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 3; Driver Ed. 4; Yearbook Staff 4. LINDA GAY CLARK Forest Street Favorite Expression— " Whoops, there I go again. " Pet Peeve—Blushing Virtue—Kindness Favorite Companion—Judy Suppressed Desire—To get my license Sitting at the typewriter beating the happy keys, we see smiling Linda at work. Linda is sure to make any boss an efficient secretary. Allen has spent a great deal of time in the machine shop this year working toward his goal, a career as a machinist. Activities Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Prom Committee 3. ALLEN MILTON CLARKE Forest Street Secret Ambition—To be a minister Chief Hobby—Chasing girls Pet Peeve—Homework Favorite Expression—Phooey - NANCY J. CLERC 429 East Central Street Favorite Expression— " Are you serious? " Pet Peeve—Boys who are always late. Suppressed desire—To be a nurse. Nancy is undecided in what her career will be, but what¬ ever it is, and wherever it takes her, luck and good for¬ tune go with her. Activities Prom Committee 3; Honor Society 2; Grand March 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Holly Ball Committee 4. ANNE ELIZABETH CODY 64 West Street Favorite Memory—History classes Favorite Saying " Oh, Nuts! " Pet Peeve—Tardy bells Suppressed Desire—To travel It ' s sure that with Anne on duty as a nurse, the doctors won ' t lose any patients. On the contrary, the hospital may be attacked by people just dying to get in! Activities National Junior Honor Society 1, 2; National Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Marshal Squad 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Literary Staff Yearbook 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. RICHARD P. COSTELLO " Dick " 452 West Central Street Usually Found—Pool room Secret Ambition—To become rich Chief Hobby—Cars Suppressed Desire—To join U.S. Coast Guard Dick plans to enter some branch of the service. We hope he ' ll march towards a world of success. Activities Baseball 1; Football 1; Hockey 1. BARBARA MARY CROSBY " Bonnie " Parliament Drive Usually Found—In a red and white convertible Suppressed Desire—To visit Hawaii Favorite Memory—Tom-Tom Marriage and a life of happiness are Barb ' s goals. With the luck of the Irish and determination, she ' ll make it we ' re sure. Activities Drill Team 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Jour¬ nalism Club 1; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 2; Grand March 4; Driver Ed. 4. JANE M. CROWLEY 2 Joval Court Favorite Expression— " I care! ' 1 Usually Found—Talking Vice—Lack of confidence Favorite Memory—Chemistry classes Coming from a large family, Jane surely knows the pat. terns of a child ' s mind. Therefore, she should have no trouble in her career as a teacher. Activities Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Future Teachers Club 4. NANCY KATHLEEN CURRAN 18 High Street Secret Ambition—To find one Favorite Memory—Mr. Mageau Favorite Companion—Cheryl Suppressed Desire—To live in Florida Nancy has been a member of the Honor Society for four years. This intellectual background should help her in college, studying in the medical line. Activities Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer); Chorus 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Oskey 4. CHERYL DANGELO " Cherie " Wheelock Circle Virtue—Sociability Usually Found—In a state of delayed reaction Favorite Companion—Nancy Suppressed Desire—To make someone happy College is Cheryl ' s immediate aim. Our " best smile girl " is then planning a career as an airline stewardess. Activities Honor Society 1, 2, (Vice Pres.); Chorus 1, 2; Oskey 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committee 1, 4; Ring Com¬ mittee 1; Future Teachers Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. SHIRLEY AGNES DAUPHINEE " Dauph " 97 East Central Street Usually Found—With a " certain " someone Secret Ambition—To become an artist Chief Hobby—Saving S H Green Stamps with D. L. Shirley, our class artist, has been " drawing " her plans for success for many years now, and it is no surprise to find that they evolve around brush and canvas. Activities Drill Team 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Art Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Grand March 3, 4. JO-ANNE DAVIS " Joanie " 285 Grove Street Favorite Expression— " Don ' t be wise. " Pet Peeve—12:00 curfew Favorite Companion—K. B. A hairdressing career is Jo-Anne ' s desire. She wishes to " Adorn " her customers with beauty. Activities Prom Committee 3; Driver Ed 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2. LARRY DAYIAN 27 Church Street Virtue—Amiability Secret Ambition—Attend Coast Guard Academy Suppressed Desire—To become a professional hockey player Pet Peeve—Getting up in the morning When one of his many patients goes into the office of Doctor Dayian, D.M.D., no novocain will be necessary; all one ' has to do is look into those big brown eyes. Activities Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Capt.); Student Council 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Cross Country 4; Basketball 1, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Grand March 2, 3, 4. ROBERT RAYMOND DEAN " Big Bobbie " 120 School Street Favorite Expression— " Undoubtedly! " Usually Found—At the fire station. Outstanding Characteristic—Tremendous mathematical abilities ' Favorite Memory—Chemistry class Bob, with his vast knowledge of science has chosen electronics as his specialized field. Perhaps the " Dean- onian Theory " is in the offing. Activities Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Projection Club 3, 4. KAREN ANN DECECCO 16 Howard Street Favorite Expression— " You idiot. " Secret Ambition—To get taller Virtue—The ability to find good in everyone Vice—Stubborness Karen ' s generosity will extend into her chosen field as a dental nurse. Here ' s hoping you reach the " crest " of the profession. Activities Intramurals 1, 3; Majorettes 2; Drill Team 1; Dance Com¬ mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Chorus 1; Driver Ed. 3; Grand March 3; Commercial Club Treasurer 4. ROBERT J. EASTMAN " Bob " 2 Eldon Drive Pet Peeve—Miss Dailey s short quizzes Usually Found—With Barbara Chief Hobby—Playing cards Suppressed Desire—Drive in Daytona " 500 " Blueprints to success are printed every day; may Bob always be a part of these prints. JOANNE MARIE EASTWOOD " Jo " 42 Parliament Drive Virtue—Friendliness Vice—Temper Favorite Companion—Tom Suppressed Desire—To travel the U.S.A. It would certainly be no surprise to see Joanne running a large business firm, as she possesses a good sense of organization. Activities Yearbook Staff 4; Oskey 4; Field Hockey 4; Driver Ed. 4; Grand March 4; Intramurals 4. ISABELLE M. ERWIN " Izzy " 995 West Central Street Favorite Expression— " That ' s Life " Pet Peeve—Waiting for someone to call Secret Ambition—To keep it a secret Suppressed Desire—To be five feet tall Upon graduation Isabelle wishes to further her education. She hasn ' t decided what her career will be, but, " Knowl¬ edge is Golden. " Activities Prom Committee 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Driver Ed. 4; Intra¬ mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Grand March 4; Dance Committee 3, 4. NOREEN ELLEN FEELEY 137 East Central Street Favorite Expression— " Of all the nerve! " Vice—Stubborness Favorite Companion—Pauline Suppressed Desire—To be another Florence Nightingale Noreen plans to enter nursing and become a staff mem¬ ber at a metropolitan hospital. With her witty humor she will surely keep her patients " in stitches. " Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Driver Ed 3; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Grand March 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. MARILYN E. FERIOLI " Min " 574 Pond Street Pet Peeve—Certain people Virtue—Smile Favorite Memory—May 25, 1963 Favorite Companion—Peg Marilyn hopes to be " flying high " in the future. Tallness and poise will be great assets to her chosen profession of airline stewardship. Activities Basketball 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 3; Dance Com¬ mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Oskey 1. VINCENT FRANKLIN " Vinchenzo " 303 Main Street Favorite Memory—Summer of ' 63 Chief Hobby—Cars Suppressed Desire—To race in the Grand Prix After furthering his education, Vinnie is planning to answer our country ' s call by joining the U.S. Marines. Activities Camera Club 4; Driver Ed. 4 EDWARD M. FICCO " Munjo " 129 School Street Vice—Stuttering Chief Hobby—Collecting oldies Pet Peeve—George, Fred, Gary and Butch Outstanding Characteristic—Will power toward smoking Munjo, a quiet member of our class, will join Uncle Sam shortly after graduation. Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2. ELAINE EVA FOX 95 Dean Avenue Favorite Expression— " I ' m gonna get mad " Virtue—Femininity Vice—Spending Usually Found—With Janni, Judy, or Carol The time Elaine has spent at art staff meetings has certainly not been wasted as she plans to spend a future in designing. Drill Team 1, 2; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Art Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2; Hockamock League Forum 3; Oskey 1, 4; Basketball 1, 4. PAULINE GIANETTI 115 Summer Street Pet Peeve—Irish Ways. Chief Hobby—Listening to people talk. Virtue—Petiteness. Our willful, skillful co-editor of the Oskey clerical staff hopes that her services will be as much in demand in the Business world as they have been at F.H.S. Activities Basketball 1, 4; Chorus 3; Driver Ed. 3; Grand March 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. BARRY GIORDANO " Berries " Pheasant Hill Road Secret Ambition—Continue playing football Usually Found— " Mexico " Favorite Expression— " Think much? " Suppressed Desire—Go to West Point Civil engineering is Barry ' s goal. Perhaps, in remem¬ brance of his days at F.H.S., he will contruct a highway in the shape of a football. Activities Driver Ed 3; Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2; Sports Staff Yearbook 4; Grand March 3, 4; Baseball 1. MARGARET E. GOODWIN " Maggie " 140 Summer Street Pet Peeve—A certain senior boy Virtue—Good nature Vice—Talking Favorite Companion—Joyce Margaret ' s future plans are to step into the business world as an accountant. Her past experience in following the commercial course will no doubt aid her in " balancing the books. " Activities Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 3; Commercial Club 4; Driver Ed. 4. GREGORY J. GIALLONARDO " Butch—Guddie " 132 Wachusett Street Favorite Memory—Baseball team, 1963 Virtue—Athletic Ability Vice Conceit Pet Peeve—Dan ' s mouth Butch, our star quarterback, has shown his " aerial ability " during his football career. May he " tackle " the problem of flying for the Air Force with similar skill. Activities Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Staff Yearbook; Chorus 1, 2. PAUL HANLEY 37 Anchorage Road In future years Paul intends to become a merchandiser and sell his way to success. Activities Driver Ed. JOSEPH WILLIAM HIPPLE III " Joe " 18 Farrington Street Chief Hobby—Basketball Suppressed Desire—To make life worth living Favorite Companions—Brownie and Ron Joe ' s experience in acting this past year should prepare him for the courtroom drama which he will encounter in the legal profession. Activities Basketball 1, 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Future Teachers Club 3; Senior Class Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Ed. 3. Pet Peeve—Noisy Cars Usually Found—Bombing around with Reenie. Outstanding Characteristic—Freckles Chief Hobby—Dancing As Franklin ' s Ginger Rogers, may Pat achieve success in her dancing career. Stay on your toes, Pat. Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Driver Ed 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Prom Committee 3. Activities Senior Play 4; Literary Staff 4; French Club 1; Art Club 1, 3; Dramatics 1, 3, 4; Senior Honor Society 4. PATRICIA ANN HARVEY " Harv " or " Pat " 10 Garfield Street Mary intends to work in the fields of literature and art. It will be no surprise to see Mary ' s books on the best sellers ' list. MARY HANSON 71 Anchorage Road Pet Peeve—Traffic circle in the academic wing. Usually Found—Lost in thought Virtue—Ability Favorite Memory—Mr. Nash ' s Latin class. s JOSEPH DANIEL HOLLAND " Jody " 99 Pleasant Street Favorite Expression— " That did it! " Pet Peeve—Making speeches Virtue—Faithfulness Suppressed Desire—To go to West Point Joe ' s diplomatic nature will certainly aid him in winning the respect and attention of all the students who find their names in his rank book. Activities Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Senior Class Play; Driver Ed. 4; Dance Committee 2; Intramural Sports; Chorus 2. MARY JANICE HOLMES " Janny " 219 Union Street Favorite Expression—Hurry up! Pet Peeve—Conceited boys Usually Found—With Patty Effervescence and cheerfulness will be Janice ' s passport to a future career as a nurse. Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 3; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4. JOYCE J. HOLMES " Holmsie " 219 Union Street Favorite Expression—Forget it!! Virtue—Consideration Vice—Temper! Favorite Memory—July 4th Amiability and personality plus are the two keys which should open every door of happiness to Joyce. Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Grand March 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Oskey 1; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. NY-Y ' A; EDWARD LEE HOWARD " Ed " 485 Summer Street Favorite Expression— " Por Dios " Pet Peeve—English Suppressed Desire—To invent something and get rich Eddie has varied from being the class of 1964 ' s silliest boy to being one of its most serious when his interests turned to his chosen occupation as an Electronic Techni¬ cian. Activities Football 2; Dance Committee 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3. CHARLES P. JARRET " Cee-Jay " 651 King Street Usually Found—Band Room Secret Ambition—To perform an encephaloptomy on Stanley Roberts Outstanding Characteristic—Nonconformity For " Cee-Jay " photography and science 90 hand in hand. Perhaps a career in biological photography will claim this F.H.S. grad. Activities Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4. RAYMOND JOHNSON " Ray " Pine Street Virtue—Friendliness Vice—Sleeping late Favorite Memory—6th period Spanish class Pet Peeve—New girls Air Force Blue and blue eyes—What a combination! There he goes into the wild blue yonder! Activities Driver Ed. 3; Sports Staff Yearbook; Grand March 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 4; Weightlifting 4. ARTHUR KEDDY " Art " 188 E. Central Street Favorite Companion—Frank Usually Found—Ski ' s Outstanding Characteristic—Curly hair Arthur has decided to branch out into some field of the service. Activities Driver Ed. 4; Football 1; Hockey 2. SUSAN JEAN KEITH 67 Highland Street Favorite Expression—You kidding me? Secret Ambition—To become a Mrs. Virtue—Cuteness Susan is the cutest member of our class. This should prove valuable to her as a secretary. Isn ' t that " write " ? Activities Drill Team 1, 2; Prom Committee; Grand March 3; Chorus 2, 3; Yearbook Staff; Oskey 1; Commercial Club 4. DONNA MARIE KEMPTON 20 Pleasant Street Pet Peeve—Conceited boys Secret Ambition—To become a school teacher Favorite Companion—Mary Chief Hobby—Dancing Here is truly a lady of mystery! Nobody has been able to figure out what she will do in the future. With her skill in keeping a secret, she could easily become a spy! Activities Intramural 4; Field Hockey 4. JANICE KUSSMAUL " Jani " 133 Oak Street Virtue—Poise Pet Peeve—Curly hair Favorite Memory—Honey Favorite Companion—My car The field of airline stewardship is a crowded one, but Janice, the best dressed and neatest of our senior girls, should have no difficulty in getting airborne. Activities Class Secretary 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Festival 1, 4; Class Play 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Grand March 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Oskey 3, 4; Co-Editor Yearbook 4; Senior Class Play 4; Hockamock League Forum 3. JEANNETTE MARIE LaFLEUR " Jan " 15 Garfield Street Pet Peeve—Snobby people Chief Hobby—Dancing Suppressed Desire—To get my license. Success will be high for Jeannette, and it will have wings. To be an airline hostess is her goal. Activities Majorettes 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4. BARBARA ELIZABETH LAVIGNE Vine Street Favorite Memory—Mrs. Farmer. Favorite Companion—Louie Chief Hobby—Boys Suppressed Desire—To write a good book. With a background of shorthand, typing, and transcrip¬ tion, Barb should be well prepared for an interesting career in journalism. Activities Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Dance Com¬ mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4. RICHARD J. LETOURNEAU " Dick " 255 Union Street Pet Peeve—K. P. Girls Vice—Smoking Favorite Memory—Junior Year Richard would like to become an engineer. We hope his plans will not be overruled. Activities Baseball 2. DONALD GIBSON LLOY " Gibby " 492 Union Street Favorite Memory—C. D. Chief Hobby—Girls Favorite Companion—Bobby Me. When we hear of a sound barrier just being broken, we will know Gibby is the hero. Gibby has wanted to be an Air Force pilot ever since we can remember and is looking forward to the time when he can enter this branch of service. Activities Grand March 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1. RICHARD J. LOFTUS " Rick " 22 Southgate Road Pet Peeve—Homework Usually Found—Study Hall Outstanding Characteristic—Determination Having completely befuddled both the math and science departments of F.H.S., Rick hopes to have similar achievements as he pursues a study of engineering. Activities Driver Ed. 4; Dance Committee 4. PAUL JOSEPH LOMBARDI 119 Hillside Road Pet Peeve—Alarm clock Usually Found—Talking Virtue—Acting ability Favorite Memory—Miami Beach Paul promises to be our version of Mr. Novak. His four years of acting experience should help him as he attempts to explain MACBETH to his future English classes. Activities Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Class Play 1, 2, 3, 4. 36 PAUL LUKK " Pablo " or " McCoy " Grove Street Secret Ambition—To become another Mr. Stevens Suppressed Desire—To own a little grey jeep Virtue—Love of people As a chemical engineer, Paul will go far—propelled, perhaps by a rocket fuel of his own invention. Activities Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Camera Club 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. DENNIS D. LOMBERTO Washington Street Usually Found—Summer Street Favorite Memory—Mrs. Dufresne ' s classes. Virtue—Looks Secret Ambition—To be successful. Good looks and neatness ore especially important to the businessman. With the single addition of a brief¬ case Dennis will be ready to set forth upon a business career. Activities Football 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Grand March 4; Driver Ed. 4. AAERRIE ANN LONGLEY 120 Union Street Favorite Expression—You must be kidding Secret Ambition—To become a " Dean Girl " Vice—Blushing Suppressed Desire—To stay back a year Merrie intends to enter the airlines as a stewardess. Being the smoothest girl in the class of ' 64, Merrie should make every flight a joy. Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Oskey 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Class Play 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Driver Ed 4. FREDERICK DOMENIC LONGOBARDI " Fearless Fred " 38 Arlington Street Usually Found—In the office Outstanding Characteristic—Good naturedness Favorite Memory—Saturday night at Munjo ' s Our " Fearless Fred " has decided to protect and defend the new frontier after high school. Activities Class President 1; Student Council 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Driver Ed. 2; Weightlifting 3. f JANET PHYLLIS LYONS 1288 Pond Street Favorite Expression—That did it. Outstanding Characteristic—Good listener Virtue—Thoughtfulness Janet has been a hard working member of the business class. This should aid her in making any office an efficient one. Activities Commercial Club 4; Hockamock League Forum 3; Prom Committee 3; Grand March 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Driver Ed. DANIEL PAUL LYONS " Snapper " or " Doc " 31 Dean Avenue Pet Peeve—A little ulcer Virtue—Sense of humor Secret Ambition—To drive in the Le Mans road race Our south paw slugger has decided to " base " his hopes on a college future. Activities Weightlifting 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4, Co-Captain; Grand March 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Driver Ed. DIANA C. MAGNUSON 74 Plain Street Pet Peeve—Getting up in the morning Virtue—Quietness Vice—Day dreaming One of the qualities nurses are noted for is patience. By possessing this fine quality, Diana will not lack " patients. " Activities Intramurals 2; Future Nurses Club 3. CHARLES ALAN MANSUR " Henry " 27 Highland Street Usually Found—Around Favorite Companion—E. Lee H. Favorite Memory—Mr. Steven ' s Chemistry Lab Alan ' s immediate plans include a college education. Always looking for adventure, Alan then desires to follow a career as an Air Force pilot. Activities Driver Ed 4. ELAINE L. MARGUERITE " Gidge " 34 Worsted Street Usually Found—With Richard Secret Ambition—To go to Florida Favorite Companion—Linda It seems that the Business World is going to be well supplied with F.H.S. Alumnae. Elaine will probably find a number of familiar faces no matter what office she chooses. Activities Camera Club 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Clerical Staff 4. NANCY ARLEEN MASON " Nanee-Nan " 9 Lee Street Favorite Expression—What am I gonna do?!! Pet Peeve—Being interrupted Usually Found—Talking Those quiet hospital wards wi ll be quickly brought to life by the verbal presence of F.H.S. ' s most loquacious young lady, nurse Nancy. Activities Drill Team 1, 2; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committees 3; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Acquaint¬ ance Day Committee 4; Yearbook 4; Driver Ed. 4. MARIE ROSE J. MCCARTHY " Stretch " Dean Street Pet Peeve—My freshman brother. Chief Hobby—Art Vice—Thinking To aid humanity as a renowned physician is Marie ' s burning desire. Move over, Doctor Schweitzer. Activities Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ELLEN McLAUGHLIN " Judo " 77 Dean Avenue Usually Found—Riding around Favorite Companion—Bogie Suppressed Desire—To live in Kentucky Through the Peace Corps, Judy wishes to share her knowledge of physical education with those who are not so fortunate. Activities Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Glee Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOSEPH McLAUGHLIN " Bob " Pleasant Street Usually Found—With Nancy Outstanding Characteristic—Happy-go-lucky. Virtue—Sincerity Bob already is a Naval Reservist; his military plans have been determined. Following his naval duty, he hopes to proceed into a career in the business world. Activities Chorus 2; Grand March 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Year¬ book Staff 4. LORRAINE MOIR " Lorrie " 88 Hillside Road Outstanding Characteristic—Redheaded temper Pet Peeve—Breaking up Favorite Expression— " I ' m gonna cry. " When visiting Sak ' s Fifth Avenue in New York, ask for Lorrie Moir, head buyer, who will assist you with the same courtesy that distinguished her as the " Best Man¬ nered " girl at F.H.S. Activities Drill Team 2; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Grand March 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Class Play 1, 4. 40 of ' . ep ' ' vS JOYCE LOUISE MELLO " Joycie " Washington Street Favorite Companion—Margaret Goodwin Favorite Expression— " For Pete ' s sake. " Favorite Memory—Summer of ' 62. Having spent a good portion of her senior year in running errands for the school office, Joyce is looking forward to the time when she will sit in the secretary ' s swivel chair and give orders for a change. Activities Driver Ed. 4; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. FRANK E. MELO " Frankie " 61 Oak Street Virtue—Smile Favorite Companion—Mary Chief Hobby—Basketball Frank ' s main interest is business administration. Having been voted the most loquacious boy in our class, Frank plans to live up to the expectation that he will be able to talk himself into or out of any situation. Activities Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Marshal 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. PATRICIA ANN NIGRO " Patti " 300 Union Street Virtue—Green eyes Usually Found—Happy Suppressed Desire—To win an argument with M.F. In the retailing business, Patti will be introduced to the buying and selling of goods. This will not prove difficult for she has " sold " her classmates on her ability already. Activities Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Oskey 1; Intramurals 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Commercial Club 4. PETER J. PAIGE 26 Miller Street Favorite Expression—What ' s going on around here? Outstanding Characteristic—An easy-going manner Chief Hobby—Weightlifting Suppressed Desire—To find true meaning in life. Peter has announced his intention to become a mechanical engineer. Now, when some newfangled computer forces somebody out of his job, he ' ll know whom to thank for designing the contraption. Activities Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 (Pres.); Grand March 3, 4; Vice-President of Class 2; Yearbook 4. CHARLES LOUIS PALAZA " Charlie " 162 Conlyn Avenue Pet Peeve—Activity periods Secret Ambition—To stay single Favorite Memory—Mr. Gerardi ' s algebra class Charlie, the best dressed boy of our class, plans to forsake his many sport coats for the blue and gray of the registry. Activities Band 1, 2; Baseball; Chorus 1. RONALD P. MUCCIARONE " Ron " 123 East Street Pet Peeve—Fellow workers at Brunelli ' s Favorite Memory—6th period Chemistry class Chief Hobby—Playing pool Ronnie ' s a ' mbition is to become a chemist. As his dream " crystallizes, " many new discoveries should be forth¬ coming. Activities Basketball 1, 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4. Linda, our talented clerical co-editor, plans to really get down to " business " after school—that lucky business. Activities Honor Society 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Commercial Club 4. LINDA JEANNE PATURZO " Lin " 31 Anthony Road Favorite Expression— " Are You Kidding " Pet Peeve—Disorganization Vice—Procrastination - .y ' C. ' • V ‘ • . GEORGE PELLEGRI " Gig " 195 Wachusetts Street Favorite Expression— " Hi, Pal " Usually Found— " Red ' s " Outstanding Characteristic—Brown eyes Chief Hobby—Getting Munjo ' s goat After four rough and tumble years of football, George should be " on guard " for any branch of Uncle Sam ' s Service. Activities Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Track 1; Class Treasurer 1. EVELYN PETERSEN " Dizzy " 15 Janie Avenue Outstanding Characteristic—Red hair Vice—Temper Favorite Memory—All the fun Usually Found—In a blue and white Chevy Over the intercom comes a sweet voice, " Fasten your seat belts, please, " and soon appears our dizzy redhead. As an airline stewardess " Evey " will be the best insurance for a memorable flight. Activities Basketball 1, 2; Drama Festival 1, 2; Oskey Chorus 2; Senior Play Committee 4; Driver Ed. 3; Art Club 3; Prom Committee 3. SANDRA MARTHA PATETE " Sandy " 417 East Central Street Pet Peeve—Janet Virtue—Smile Favorite Memory—Class of ' 64 Sandy has always had a yearning for travel. Don ' t be surprised to hear of Sandy ' s teaching American children abroad. Activities Oskey 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Drivers Ed. 4. pav . .. SANDRA MAE PETITT " Sandy " 98 Pleasant Street Favorite Expression—Forget it. Pet Peeve—Freckles Outstanding Characteristic—Blond hair Virtue—Femininity Whether it ' s injured limbs or injured spirits she ' s mending, Sandy promises to use all her abilities to bring about a cure. Activities Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Grand March 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Majorettes 2; Chorus 1, 2; Oskey 1; Driver Ed. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 3, 4. JOAN PATRICIA PHELAN " Joanie " King Street Pet Peeve—Freckles Favorite Expression—Hello, Wall Favorite Companions—Mary and Barbara Any business is sure to make a profit with Joan as its secretary. Besides her typing ability, Joan has the type of red hair that would brighten up any office. Activities Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. CAROL A. PISANI 70 Oak Street Favorite Expression— " You drive me up a wall. " Pet Peeve—Conceited people Secret Ambition—To get married. When " Carol ' s Hair Styles " becomes one of the leading salons of the day, we can all say " I knew her when . . Activities Driver Ed. 4; Dance Committee 3, 4. PETER J. POLLARD " Petey " Jordan Road Favorite Expression— " Come on " Virtue—Neatness Vice—Temper Secret Ambition—To be a history teacher As a history professor, Pete should be well-equipped. He has had plenty of experience with " dates. " Activities Yearbook Staff 4; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Weight¬ lifting 3, 4; Grand March 2, 3, 4. TERESA V. PRIORIELLO " Terry " 190 Wachusetts Street Pet Peeve—Bow legs Virtue—Eyes Vice—Fickleness Favorite Companion—Joyce Our cute little heartbreaker has decided to try her luck teaching the " little boys " for a change. Activities Drill Team 1, 2; Softball 2, 3; Drama Festival 4; Senior Class Play; Oskey 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Ed. 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Hockamock League Forum 3. DONALD J. REDPATH " D. D. " 193 West Central Street Favorite Exression— " What do you expect me to do about it " Usually Found—Band room Chief Hobby—Photography Suppressed Desire—To become a fireman Cleverness with little devices, and a talent for inventing are Don ' s natural gifts. These should certainly aid Don at the technical school he hopes to attend. Activities Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Comera Club 3, 4; Pro¬ jection Club 3. Experience obtained through hard work on the yearbook Clerical Staff should serve Louise in good stead as she seeks her fun and fortune as secretary. Activities Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Commercial Club 4; Yearbook Clerical Staff 4; Driver Ed. 4. LOUISE MAE REDDING 483 Chestnut Street Favorite Expression—Wait-a-minute! Usually Found—Room 112 Virtue—Thoughtfulness Favorite Companion—Linda RAYMOND RICHARDS " Ray " Sahlin Circle Favorite Expression— " Oh, sarge. " Virtue—Good looks Vice—Girls Favorite Companion—Ray Johnson We all hope that the " Heart Breaker " of our class will find a cure for broken hearts, when he becomes a famous chemist. Activities Driver Ed. 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Track 3, 4; Weightlifting 4; Grand March 4. STANLEY ROBERTS " Staush " 1 Conlyn Avenue Chief Hobby—Music Suppressed Desire—To have the last word. With a high school background filled with frog labs, fish tanks, and stroboscopes, Stan should have the time of his life as a biochemist. Activities Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Yearbook; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Freshman Day Committee. CHARLES F. ROBINSON " Charlie " Washington Street Favorite Expression— " Sure, Sure " Virtue—Friendliness Pet Peeve—Messy, dirty car Chief Hobby—Playing the sax Charlie ' s future plans include music and engineering. Whatever he chooses, Charlie is sure to " tune " in on a life of success. Activities Track 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN M. ROSSETTI " Jack " 300 Chestnut Street Pet Peeve—Women drivers Virtue—Humor Suppressed Desire—To finish reading the Panther Handbook Our happy-go-lucky one has his blueprint to success al¬ ready drawn. May he draw more for others. Activities Driver Ed. 3; Grand March 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. JOAN RUSSELL " Trudy, " " Gert " Lincoln Street Chief Hobby—Singing Vice—Pen and pencil chewing Outstanding Characteristic—My chicken laugh Secret Ambition—It ' s a secret Math teaching will be a fine profession for Joan, but she may run into difficulty. It ' s sometimes hard for students to concentrate on more than one " figure " at a time. Activities Drill Team 1; Majorettes 2, 3, 4 (Drum Major); Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Clerical Staff 4; Sextette 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. i ' • i i ! i JAMES A. SANTORO " Red, " " Jim " 64 Lewis Street Favorite Companion—Dick Costello Usually Found—Wood Shop. Chief Hobby—Cars Having navigated his way through four years of high school, Jim plans to increase the number of redheads in America ' s Naval Force by one, and a good addition it should be. TERRENCE L. SANTORO " Terry " 111 Hillside Road Pet Peeve—The long walk to school Virtue—Artistic ability Favorite Memory—Greenwich Village In high school Terry ' s favorite pastime was playing foot¬ ball. Reluctant to leave the gridiron, Terry hopes to " pass " on to other schoolboys the pointers which he acquired at F.H.S. Activities Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Grand March 1, 2, 3, 4; Year¬ book Staff; Hockamock League Forum. BARBARA A. SHERIDAN " Barb " Raymond Street Pet Peeve—Conceited people Virtue—Red hair Suppressed Desire—To swim the English Channel When you see students running " en masse " down the corridors of some suburban high school, you will be justified in thinking that they are rushing to enroll in Barbara ' s history course. Activities Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 4 (Vice President); Grand March 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Oskey 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Hockamock League Forum 3. STEPHEN WILLIAM SHUMAKER " Steve " 621 Maple Street Virtue—Ability to listen Outstanding Characteristic—Two shoulders taxry on Favorite Memory—Judy Steve ' s ambition is to become a commercial artist. With brush and paint he hopes to " color " a successful future for himself. Activities Art Club 3; Driver Education 4. MARY MARGARET SMITH " Peggy " 83 Alpine Place Pet Peeve—Lay-aways Secret Ambition—To be a midshipman at Annapolis Vice—Gullibility Peggy will undoubtedly deserve the apples that her future students will probably give her. Activities Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Grand March 3; Senior Class Play 4; Interclass Play 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Oskey 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Education 2. SHARON LOUISE SWAIN " Sha " Prospect Street Favorite Expression—Forget it Usually Found—By myself Favorite Companion—Carol Taddeo Sharon is a member of the business class and has tickled the typewriter with the best of them. Because of ability in this field we ' re sure Sharon will be of value as a secretary. Activities Chorus 2, 3; Driver Ed.. 3. SUSAN K. SWENSON " Sue " Pleasant Street As a member of the cheering squad, Susan has been responsible for drawing enthusiasm from others. We hope this zest for accomplishment will follow her on the road to a business career. Activities Softball 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Intramurals 2; Dance Committee 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Oskey 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4. CAROL TADDEO " Cal " 16 Harmon Road Pet Peeve—Monday morning Virtue—Happy-go-lucky Chief Hobby—Horseback riding Favorite Memory—High school days When area employers are looking over the new crop of secretaries, they won ' t be able to miss Carol. Though supposedly a quiet gal, she types twice as loud as any one else at F.H.S. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. ROBERT TRAHAN " Bob " 525 Pleasant Street Chief Hobby—Playing hockey Suppressed Desire—To run the Marathon Pet Peeve—Lady drivers As a physical education teacher, Bob is going to attempt to make our country more " fit " to live in. Activities Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4. CHARLES TREADWELL " Charlie " Washington Street Favorite Expression— " What are we doing tonight? " Secret Ambition—Drive, Drive, Drive Outstanding Characteristic—Neatness Chief Hobby—Typing The " most business-like " fellow in our class, Charlie hopes to go on to a technical study of business machines. Activities Commercial Club 4; Junior Prom 3. GARY A. VARJIAN 490 West Central Street Favorite Expression—Just checking Chief Hobby—Studying Secret Ambition—To play with the Rhode Island Reds Favorite Memory—Town pool, 9:00 P.M. Though business administration is a far cry from the hockey rink, Gary still considers it a worthwhile " goal. " Activities Band 1, 3; Chorus 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 1, 2; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. JUDY VIGNONE " Juby " 282 Main Street Virtue—Peppiness Pet Peeve—Tall people Favorite Expression— " I believe it. " Favorite Companion—Janni Perhaps someday one of the large Boston hospitals will have Miss Judit h Vignone, R.N., as its new Director of Nurses—another one of the greatly needed " Women in White. " Activities Chorus 1; Hockamock League Forum 3; Grand March 3, 4; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Intramurals 1, 4; Dance Committee 1, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4. ■ . .. « . ■ - ' ■; PAUL JOSEPH VIPRAIO " Vip " 240 Summer Street Favorite Expression— " Sure. " Pet Peeve—People who brag. Virtue—Ability to tease. Suppressed Desire—To live forever. Taking first things first, Paul hopes to fulfill his service obligations before venturing out into the world of busi¬ ness. Activities Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Grand March 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 3, 4. JANET M. VOZZELLA " Vozzy " 13 Alpine Place Usually Found—Arguing with Sandra Vice—Impatience Chief Hobby—Buying clothes The late Doctor Tom would have been proud to see Janet as she takes her nursing skills into the darkest continent- curing and consoling. Activities Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 2; Prom Committee 3; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. CLAIRE WARREN Washington Street Pet Peeve—No gas in my car. Secret Ambition—To ' go into the service. Virtue—Helping others to argue. Chief Hobby—Music Claire intends to become a dental technician. .With that " gleem " in her eye she ' ll be a welcome addition to any D.M.D. Activities Chorus 1, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. ALAN WHITCOMB " Sickem " 370 Pleasant Street Favorite Expression— " What-a-ya-say, men? " Chief Hobby—Playing my accordion Favorite Companion—Peter Paige From a small combo to a band of his own are Alan ' s ambitions, and they sound great. Activities Football 1; Chorus 3; Dance Committee 3; Jazz Band 3; Driver Ed. 4, Grand March 3, 4; Music Appreciation 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. DAVID WHITNEY “Dave " Kathleen Drive Outstanding Characteristic—Accent Vice—Being short Favorite Memory—Spanish I As an electrician Dave will light his way to success. It should be an electrifying career. Activities Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Grand March 3, 4. GARY B. WOLOSKI 1 Glenwood Rd. Pet Peeve—Mud holes Outstanding Characteristic—Height Chief Hobby—Watching racing competitions Gary plans on becoming an engineering teacher. With a ruler and a pencil he will construct the foundations of many of his students ' futures. Activities Chorus 4; J.V. Football; Driver Ed.; Prom Comm. SUSAN WILEY " Sue " Oak Street Usually Found—Waiting Chief Hobby—Writing Letters Favorite Companion—Kenni We know that the warm welcome which Susan received as a " new girl " at F.H.S. will be repeated as she braves the new dangers of the business office. Activities American Field Service—1, 2; Pep Club 4. Sccfi i£ative The school Rogues ' Gallery is complete And all set down for you to meet. From our " class dreamboat " to " class beast " They ' re all " the most " —to say the least! K TYPICAL F.H.S. Peggy Varjian Barry Giordano MOST GULLIBLE Pamela Brown Edward Howard MOST LOQUACIOUS Nancy Mason Frank Melo CLASS CLOWN Marilyn Bartelloni Paul Vipraio MOST MUSICAL Lenore Beane Charles Robinson HEARTBREAKER Terry Prioriello Raymond Richards CLASS COUPLE Susan Keith George Pe!legri CLASS ARTISTS Shirley Dauphinee Terry Santoro WITTIEST Marilyn Ferioli Paul Vipraio SMOOTHEST Merrie Longley Peter Pollard BEST LOOKING Susan Keith Gibby Lloy BEST SMILE Cheryl Dangelo Frank Melo CLASS POETS Mary Hanson Kenneth Anderson MOST RESPECTED Lenore Beane Donald Binns MOST LITERARY Mary Hanson Kenneth Anderson MOST POPULAR Peggy Varjian Gregory Giallonardo MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY Joyce Holmes Lawrence Dayian CLASS PALS Karen DeCecco Gary Varjian CLASS FLIRT Barbara Brunelli Daniel Lyons MOST SERIOUS Joyce Adams Donald Redpath V BEST DRESSED Janice Kussmaul Charles Palaza MOST PUNCTUAL Jane Crowley Joseph Holland « DID MOST FOR F.H.S, Lenore Beane Donald Binns SHORTEST Patricia Nigro Richard Costello TALLEST Mary Smith Joseph Hippie MOST BUSINESS LIKE Linda Paturzo Charles Treadwell EARN +0 aj u v ' Tr] j 1 X ?yr A i CLASS TEASE Merrie Longley Danny Lyons BEST MANNERED Lorrie Moir Paul Lombardi MOST POISED Janice Kussmaul Donald Binns QUIETEST Sharon Swain Paul Hanley MOST GENEROUS Karen DeCecco Paul Lombardi BEST LOOKING Marilyn Ferioli Dennis Lomberto MOST DISORGANIZED Pamela Brown Edward Ficco ut¬ most LIKELY TO SUCCEED Lenore Beane Peter Paige NEATEST Janice Kussmaul Dennis Lomberto HAPPY-GO-LUCKY Mary Caterina John Rossetti 2 25 Settiwi sw. S3 TRett. 27 7R K. 29 Now, let ' s have some fun, for we ' ve worked pretty hard. And good times are our butter and bread. We know that work causes the mind to expand, But who wants an overweight head? 61 Holly Ball Queen DIANA SHARP ll %: ■ 1 SO 1 Summertime sensations . . . ■ m P. Mour ey, K. Webber, J. Russel, P. Brown, D. Sharp, B. Sheridan, S. Esterly, S. Petitt, B. Brunelli. Seated: C. Martello. ■ . Softool Seat o£ 64 ■ 67 Robert Hunchard Linda Pellegri ‘TfCtet ' Pofeuian, B- ■ ' , ff 7 i B 4 B « l M B 1 r 4 9k V Bk f ’ " MBpSIllyBk 9 BL .-. } | B ■ ' ' .... J-. P ' V ” , 9 » m % ■ k 9 President, Donald Dellorco; Vice President, Joseph Quintina; Treasurer, Mary Nolan; Secretary, Janet Miller; Advisor, Mr. McCall. 0 J?to4t Donald Dellorco Mary Nolan (2 Z44 C tce 6 Vice President, Barbara Lawrence; Secretary, Patricia Auciello; Treasurer, John Pasquantonio; President, Arthur McGuire; Adivsor, Mr. McDermott. Cheryl Calabrese Fred DeLucia (?£ z 44 otf 67 T foat ' PoftuCcvi a How dare the future try to scare us! We ' ve organizations to prepare us. The teachers back them, so they say, But we enjoy them anyway. 75 Se tt t ‘ityott i Society Front Row: J. Adams, N. Curran, C. Martello, L. Proulx, N. Bertoni, L. DeBaggis, S. Crawford. Second Row: E. Pellegri, L. Beane, S. Esterly, L. James, P. Smth, A. Allen, J. Goguen, P. AAourey, M. Hanson, M. DiMartino, Mr. Rainville. Standing: R. Hunchard, P. Freniere, J. Allen, P. Paige, D. Brown, P. Longobardi, R. Mucciarone, A. Cody. The purpose of the Honor Society is to recognize outstanding scholarship and char¬ acter. Leadership, citizenship, and service are also found in the personalities of the members of the Honor Society. By such endeavors as sponsoring food sales, washing cars, and running concessions at football and basketball games, the Senior Honor Society is able to award a scholarship to a deserving senior each year. For this and other reasons the Senior Hon¬ or Society is acknowledged as a progressive and productive unit of our school. Vice President, Linda James; Treasurer, Lorranine Proulx; Advisor, Mr. Rainville; Secretary, Martha Allen; President, Peter Paige. O ice 76 Front Row: J. Chestercove, S. Holbrook, M. Nolan, M. Cass, S. Turco, D. Danis, N. Cheyunski, M. Bullukian. Standing: W. Weidman, G. D ' Amelio, S. Moiner, E. Hagopian, J. Keefe, C. Jacques, D. Pepin, B. Dean, J. Miller, S. Poellmitz, D. Manchester. Vice President, William Weidman; Secretary, Judy Chestercove; Treasurer, Julie Keefe; President, Susan Holbrook; Advisor, Mr. Cass. The Junior Branch of the Senior Honor Society is made up of students who have achieved excellence both in scholarship and character development. Its purpose, like that of its Senior counterpart, is “to promote those activities which encourage and extend those traits which are beneficial to success¬ ful academic and social life. " Its various activities include an attempt to start a school newspaper, co-sponsorship of a successful book fair, and several food sales. The Senior Honor Society can look with pride at these ambitious individuals who will soon be swelling its ranks. 77 The Marshal Squad is composed of all members of the Student Council and a number of students elected by the student body. Under the leadership of Mr. Rose, the squard may be seen daily guiding traffic, holding doors, or otherwise helping to maintain rules and discipline of our new school. Front Row: L. Silvi, C. Martello, AA. Nolan, S. Turco, J. Karas, L. Beane, Advisor AAr. Rose. Second Row: J. Adams, T. Prioeiello, J. Saster, A. Cody. Third Row: L. AAoir, AA. Allen, B. Williams, L. Rabaioli. Fourth Row: D. Dollorco, AA. Narducci, P. Baglioni, W. Blanchard, A. AAcGuire. Fifth Row-. D. Brown, T. O ' Grady, D. Binns, L. Dayian, J. Allen, P. Freniere. 78 Bottom Row: D. Binns, L. Dayian, L. Silvi, C. Martello. Second Row: T. O ' Grady, D. Dellorco, L. Rabaioli, L. Beane. Third Row: D. Brown, A. Mcguire, T. Prioriello, M. Noland. Top Row: J. Allen, P. Baglioni, Mr. Quinlan, advisor. The Franklin High School Student Council, under the advisorship of Mr. Quinlan, has enjoyed another active and successful year. The council helped to increase enthusiasm during the football season by sponsoring several pep rallies and the pre-Thanksgiving Day bonfire. At the next big holiday, Christmas, the group, with the co-operation of the student body, distributed gifts to the various local nursing homes. Throughout the year, the council was in charge of " dress-up " days which were well supported by the denizens of F. H. S. The council did its best to com¬ memorate the death of President Kennedy by initiating the John Fitzgerald Ken¬ nedy Scholarship. Secretary Cheryl Martello; Vice President, Larry Dayian; Advisor, Mr. Quinaln; President, Donald Binns, Treasurer, Lenore Beane. 79 ' puUne Front Row: L. James, S. McDonald, A. Cody, N. Schmidt, S. Turco, R. Dangelo, N. Geromini, P. Nicholson. Second Row: L. Ruggieri, R. Young, D. Cook, C. Luszcz, C. Chestercove, S. Baglioni, L. Lauretano, L. Orlando. Third Row: J. Keras, K. Tigue, D. Pepin, K. Burke, D. Danis, J. Ayotte, C. Beaudette, S. Petitt. Fourth Row: N. Feeley, L. Stobbart, N. Mason, J. Vignone, J. Vozzella, P. Brown, M. Feeley, I. Tigue. This is the first active year of the Future Nurses Club. Its purpose is to " bring together in high school, young people interested in careers in nursing and health, in order to share these interests, to explore opportunities and requirements in these fields, to grow as individuals by working together, and to learn about community life in which they soon will participate as informed citizens. " Under the energetic leadership of Miss Lorraine Derie, the girls have participated in a volunteer program which consists of helping out at nursing homes and working at the weekly Well-Clinic. A trip to the open-house at Framingham Union Hospital was enjoyed in the fall, and plans are being made to go to the open-house at Catherine Laboure Hospital this spring. Fund-raising projects such as food sales, and a candy sale have been carried out throughout the year in the hopes of providing both pins for the members and a scholarship for a student entering the nursing profession. Floating Officer, Judith Vigone; Vice President, Linda James; President, Anne Cody; Secretary, Nancy Geromini; Treasurer, Sandra McDonald. 80 0 ?atecie 0 7eac6e ' ui (?£u Bottom Row L.R.: J. Gogen, J. Walsh, P. Root, I. Scalon, J. Sheldom, N. Bertoni, S. Neal. Second Row L.R.: D. Berghelli, M. Pure, S. Esterly, M. Feeley, Mrs. McManus—advisor, T. Prioriello, P. DeBaggis, J. Saster, S. Patete, L. Mucciarone, P. Mourey, J. Mingles. Third Row L.R.: B. Sheridan, M. Allen, K. Beckman, B. Bogigian, M. DiMartino, H. O ' Connell, P. Smith, L. Pellegri, E. Tigue, H. Hill, B. Pisini, L. Rabioli, D. McWilliams, R. Smith. Many students of Franklin High School are going to follow in the footsteps of some important, yet unknown, Americans. They will be the ones that will guide and instruct the young people of tomorrow. Through the FTA, aspirants to the teaching profession gain a good back-ground knowledge of their chosen career. Beside attending sundry lectures, members of this organization get first-hand teaching experience in our local pub¬ lic schools. Bottom, L-R.: Mr. Delibero, D. Bokelman, S. Roberts, D. Brown, P. Mateuszczyk, R. Wombalt. Second L.R.: R. Thayer, S. Shangraw, W. Tyrell, O. Rizzoli, W. Revell, B. Costello. 81 Bottom Row: J. LaFleur, M. Goodwin, C. Taddeo, L. Moir, M. Ferioli, L. Paturzo, K. DeCecco, P. Gianetti, P. Varjian, P. Nigro, S. Keith, B. Brunelli, S. Swenson. Top Row: L. Bonifazi, M. Caterina, J. Phelan, J. Eastwood, D, Caprini, M. Bartelloni, L. Redding, E. Peterson, J. Dow, P. Brown, C. Treadwell, J. Holmes, E. Marguerite, C. Warren, J. Mello, Mrs. Strack. This is the second year of existence for the commercial club. Its members have enjoyed the happy hours of the meetings. The members of the club will long be remembered for their donation of a portrait of our late President to our school. The students also are grateful for the candy bars sold by the club during lunch time and at all school functions. Front Row: A. Taylor, D. McWilliams, M. Prue, B. Williams, K. Webber, I. Scanlon, P. Root, advisor. Back Row: S. Malinowicz, N. O ' Brien, V. Franklin, D. Redpath, P. Lukk, B. Barck, Jarret, G. Krauskopf, J. Hippie. Mr. Stevens, J. Rizoli, C. Let by their advisor, Mr. Stevens, and their president, Barbara Williams, this year ' s Camera Club " developed " into quite an informative organization. Meet¬ ing twice a month, members were in¬ structed in the various technical aspects of photography. A noticeable addition to the Camera Club this year was the large number of amateur female photo¬ graphers who joined its ranks. Another year of expansion is anticipated for 1965 . Mr. Stevens, Advisor; Vicent Franklin, Vice President; Donna McWilliams, Secretary; Barbara William, President; Marjorie Prue, Treasurer. 83 it ?wt8pi C:R , W ' Bottom Row: R. Thayer, P. Freniere, R. Macintosh, W. Wikers, J. Genoa, W. Thayer. Second Row: J. DiRosario, D. Dellorco, D. Smith, N. Geromini, C. Jacques, D. Redpath, C. Zarcadas, L. Beane, Mr. lacovelli, E. Revell. Third Row: D. Dauley, S. Roberts, C. Jarret, D. Dewitt, A. Abbot, B. Barck. Top Row: J. Hippie, P. Lukk, P. Baglioni, R. Bradley, E. Arnold, R. Dean, R. Griffin, E. Vendetti. Section, Robert Dean Joseph Hippie Paul Lukk Bruce Barck Stanley Roberts Lenore Beane Donald Redpath Mary Lou Cheyunski Joan Russel Charles Jarret DIRECTOR Mr. lacovelli ‘D ' UM 7etutt Bottom Row: J. Walls, S. Frazier, R. Bubnowicz, J. Sciolto, J. Paul, J. Costello, D. Rogers, L. Pleau, E. Ravani, Mrs. LaSala. Second Row: I. Flynn, E. Shaw, N. Breton, R. Dube, M. Griffin, A. Taylor, J. Pleau. Top Row: G. Desper, B. Blanchard, B. Anstacy, C. Ferrenzi, B. Blanchard, D. Villani, S. Sutherland. COLOR GUARD: B. Blanchard, D. Woods, G. Swahn, J. Getchel. MAJORETTES: M. Cheyunski, J. Perron, J. Russell, S. Lynch, N. Cheyunski. Ouft ' TTt tcAuty ' This year our marching unit was revitalized by the new leadership of Mr. lacovelli, Band Director, and Mrs. LaSala, Drill Team Instructor. As usual, the unit supplied half-time entertainment for foot¬ ball fans throughout the fall. These routine marching performances were supplemented by partici¬ pation in the annual St. Patrick ' s Day Parade in Boston and in the local Memorial Day Parade. As separte bodies the band and drill team were also active. For example, the band produces en¬ joyable Christmas and spring assembly programs and also found time to exchange concerts with Nipmuc Regional High School. The drill team, in the meantime, became the money-making organiza¬ tion sponsoring food sales and magazine drives with equal enthusiasm. The F.H.S. Marching Unit is just beginning to grow and is capable of becoming one of the best in the area. Next year the organization will acquire new uniforms, new instruments, and, it is hoped, new members. 86 V UV10C The chorus, though not one of the most prominent of school organizations, is certainly the sweetest sounding. It made its formal debut at the Halloween Dance and again brought us pleasure at the Christmas Assembly. The group has done well under the direction of Mr. lacovelli, whose hopes reach even higher for the future. 87 (2iu €Utd S. McDonald, R. Leiflander, T. DeGregrio, D. Thyne, A. Moore, J. Allegrini, P. Wood, R. McCarthy, and Coach Gaura. A recently formed organization, the weightlifting club has sought to develop a more muscular male population at F. H. S. After grueling daily workouts, under the direction Coach Gaura, members of this club have helped to fill the Trophy cases at F.H.S. with the spoils of competition. Coach Gaura, T. DeGregrio, S. McDonald, F. Delucia, D, Thyne, R. Leiflander, and P. Wood. 89 M " Ump-pa . . . ump-pa " " Which one ' s empty? " " Any favorites you ' d like? " " Honor work? " Hail, for our muscle-bound heroes appear! Bid the stands shout and the cheerleaders cheer! See the opponents, who tremble with fear! “Give us a victory! " we cry. Touchdowns and baskets and homers and goals! Everyone ' s out there, all playing great roles. Offense? Invincible! Defense? No holes! Let ' s hear it for Franklin High! GEORGE PELLEGRI TERRY SANTORO FRED LONGOBARDI ED FICCO Under the leadership of co-captains George Pel leg ri and Barry Giordano, and with the excellent coaching of Mr. Rex, Mr. Geunard, and Mr. Leone, Franklin fielded its best football team since 1948. The Panthers ended the season with a 6-3 record and gained third place in the Hockamock League. Franklin also placed Butch Giallanardo, Ed Ficco, Barry Giordano, and Bob Leiflander on the Hockamock league All Star Squad. With the offense scoring 162 points (an average of 15.6 points per game) and the starting defense only allowing 24 points (an average of 2.6 points per game), no wonder the ' 63 edition of the Panthers was a success. Next year, with nine lettermen returning, the Panthers expect to have another successful year. Ron and Bob, the Vozella twins, will be back next year to lead the team and confuse the officials. Coach Rex, George Pellegri, Barry Giordano, Co-Capt. Junior Varsity Coach Leone; Tom Feeley, Capt. F.H.S. Opponent 28 8 Hanover 0 6 Mansfield 8 18 Case 12 0 Apponequet 22 0 Foxboro 0 6 Oliver Ames 28 0 Uxbridge 26 6 Canton 38 8 King Philip MS V?T Franklin 21 22 27 20 20 48 21 40 25 The Cress-Country Team was one of the major surprises of the year at F.H.S. With the fine coaching of Mr. Gaura and led by captain Bob Trahan, the team finished with a 7-2 record for the season, and a third place in the Hockamock League. The interest stimulated by this fine record has convinced many promising Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors to continue this year ' s fine record. The future looks good! SCORES Opposition Sharon _ 34 King Philip _ _ 33 Foxboro ___ 29 St. Mary ' s (Milford) _ 41 Sharon _ 41 Randolph _ 15 Stoughton _ 34 Canton _ 1 8 St. Mary ' s _ 31 This year ' s track team was a " dark horse " in the Hockamock League. Led by Coach Guara and its three captains, Bob Trahan, Barry Giordano, and Larry Dayian, the team was found working out daily in the spring rain and summer heat. The number of underclassmen on this year ' s squad is indicative of the increasing inter¬ est in this sport. A promising season is anticipated for 1965. Coach Gaura, Co-captains Larry Dayian, Barry Giordano and Robert Trahan. VARSITY RECORD Bottom Row: G. Mercer, W. Tyrrell, Captain F. Melo, R. McGregor, E. Pelle- gri, P. Short. Top Row: D. Parland, T. Feely, E. Hickey, T. Mac Donald, J. Fitzpatrick, C. Winchester, D. Dellorco, B. Varjian, Coach Bonollo. mu " i! Bottom Row: B. Martello, R. Leiflander, W. Thornhill, T. Mercer, J. Peloquin. Top Row: Coach Leone, R. Mucciarone, R. Luccini, J. Feeley, P. Hickey, Manager D. Parian. ■■ Bottom Row: D. Gankel, P. Seweli, T. Cataldo, R. Gibeault, R. Danello. Sec¬ ond Row: Coach Cass, E. Arnold, W. Pizzi, P. Chiodetti, G. Carlucci, W. Feid, T. Hovey. Top Row: G. Bogigian, B. Pidgeon, G. Decenzio, M. Longley, J. Lavigne. 98 F.H.S. Opponent 63 Bellingham _ _ 75 46 N. Attleboro _ _ 67 60 Uxbridge _ _ 51 66 Mansfield _ .... _ 89 46 Alumni ...._ _ 36 52 Oliver Ames_ _ 59 51 Canton _ _ 41 59 Randolph _ _ 72 44 King Philip _ _ 72 57 Foxbcro _ _ 69 55 Stoughton _ _ 60 50 Sharon ___ _ 74 62 Mansfield _ _ 70 64 Oliver Ames_ _ 86 71 Canton _ _ _ 52 77 Randolph _ _ 61 63 King Philip _ _ 62 41 Foxboro _ _ 71 63 Stoughton .... ... _ _ 72 60 Sharon _ _ 84 PAUL SHORT i v-nlillli Captain Frank Melo Coach Bonollo FRANK MELO SSs ' 31 : : ■ TV: V ' umm t :; -o ED PELLEGRI WHITEY MacGREGOR GARY MERCER BILL TYRRELL Wm 4 U • ' U m %■ i - ' . ' :P Why he was captain. One-hand push—swish! Soooo smooth! Mansfield left flat-footed Coach Leone, co-captains Lyons and Butch Giallonardo Setti Ki BUTCH GIALLONARDO DANNY LYONS Danny RAY JOHNSON 101 Kneeling, L. R.: P. Gianetti, L. Beane, C. Beaudette, J. McLaughlin, B. Bogigian, M. Allen, J. Kussmaul. Standing, L.R.: Coach Flaherty, E. Hagopian manager, M. DiMartino, L. Ellis, B. Williams, C. Richards, L. Proulx, C. Ribero manager. Sitting, L.R.: B. Dean, M. Stack, S. McDonald, J. Miller, T. McLaughlin, S. Monier. Kneeling, L.R.: A. Abbott, J. Ayotte, G. D ' Amelio, K. Anderson, S. James, P. Cunningham, D. Vendetti, J. Keras. Standing, L.R.: Coach Flaherty, K. Morris, J. Hill, M. Johnson, D. DeWitt, L. James, L. Sutcliffe, J. DeGregorio. COACH FLAHERTY 103 PAULINE GIANETTI JUDY McLAUGHIN Co-Capt. MARTHA ALLEN JANICE KUSSMAUL CAROL BEAUDETTE BARBARA BOGIGIAN Co-Capt. 104 LEE BEANE VARSITY RECORD F.H.S. Opponent 21 Alumni ..... 13 24 Medfield . . ..... 48 26 Douglas _ - ...... 36 17 Nipmuc _ _ 28 20 Hopedale .... .... 31 25 Millis _ _ 24 26 Hopkington _ 25 25 Holliston _ 51 26 Medway _ _ 13 20 Dover _ _ 29 SUTTON INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT F.H.S. Opponent 30 Charlton _ . .. _ 29 40 Uxbridge _ 23 43 Bartlett .. _. 54 A damsel in distress . . . Anyone for ballet? C tyee% Top Row: Judy Vignone, Debby Crosta, Mary Ellen Cody, Susan Swenson, Cynthia Luszcz, June Yadisernia, Sandra DiCamillo, Maureen McKenna. Bottom Row: Peggy Varjian and Barbara Brunelli. Seaton, JUDY VIGNONE Tfteat eno, SUSAN SWENSON 106 e zdetei Co-capt. PEGGY VARJIAN Co-Capt. BARBARA BRUNELLI The Franklin " Pantherettes welcome the Hornets " of Mansfield ■ (2oac i ' Tf te Though the girls ' Varsity Softball Team did not have a winning season, they showed tremendous interest and potential for next season. Six games were played on a home and home basis against Medfield, Medway and Foxboro. Though the team only won one game, they played very well and lost 3 close games. Foxboro, a member of the Hocamock League was the only team that really excelled over our girls. Since the whole team is back a fine season seems to be in the offing. Our girls will be in the Hocamock League in all Varsity sports in the future which will afford a fine well rounded interscholastic program. COACH: MISS BEANE Bottom Row: C. Ribero, J. Sheldon, L. Garneau, C. Taddeo, B. Bogigian, L. Beane, J. Keras, J. Rutan. Top Row: Miss Alice Beane, J. Miller, M. DiMarinto, D. Witt, L. Ellis, C. Luszcz, S. Monier, B. Dean, Manager J. McLaughlin. ■ Tteoen s4aai t A mass meeting " A little lower, please. " s4cC i At the end of the senior year. We wonder, " Where do we go from here? " I would be glad to give the answers But first a message from our sponsors. ?.- ’’ • • • , A , -;. A V A-A ; ; i V1 HP I r . AA- ' At ' ' $J -M-f " : - : i $ $? ffl ' : ' , ‘fi»th lift? W(t!$. murnKmm iitf For Complete Banking Service Compliments of JOHNNY ' S GROCERY uMBpH “ 1 •• ' • i IWTa i .j- » i jW Mips | ’ 4 FRANKLIN SHEET METALS WORK Heavy Steel — Fabricating — Welding 23 1 Cottage St. Franklin Tel. 528-0369 Come . FRANKLIN AUTO SERVICE, INC. 339 Union Street, Franklin, Massachusetts Mercury Meteor Comet Dealer VENDETTI BROS. DIAL 528-1900 Clean with Compliments of AMERICAN FELT CHARLIE HOOPER Compliment ' s of POBLENZ ELECTRICAL CO., INC. Daniels Street FRANKLIN, MASSACHUSETTS Good Luck and Good Health to the Class of ' 64 GARELICK FARMS GARELICK FARMS Compliments of THOMPSON NATIONAL PRESS Best Wishes to the Class of ' 64 VARJIAN BROTHERS MARKET Compliments of BENNY ' S OIL SERVICE FRANKLIN, MASS. Compliments of SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 41 Main Street FRANKLIN, MASS. covi TMf IA«TN KEARNEY’S DRUG STORE 64 Main Street FRANKLIN, MASS. R. M. KEARNEY, B. S. Proprietor Free Delivery — Phone 528-3110 Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. Compliments of JOHN THE BARBER A. J. CATALDO SONS, INC. Plumbing — Heating Hardware — Carmote — Paints I I East Central Street FRANKLIN, MASS. PHONE 528-2314 American Standard Dealer. R. N. PETERSON INS. AGENCY, INC. Complete Insurance Service FRANKLIN, MASS. Compliments of FRANKLIN LUMBER COMPANY Courtesy of VENDETTI MOTORS Rambler FRANKLIN, MASS. Compliments of FRANKLIN HOME AUTO SUPPLY FIRESTONE DEALER STORE Compliments of SULLY ' S BARBER SHOP Compliments of PURITAN DRUGS Compliments of MILLER ' S MOTORS SENTINEL PRESS, INC, CLARK CUTLER McDERMOTT COMPANY i Compliments of Compliments of SHERMAN CHEVROLET GARNEAU ' S STYLE SHOPPE Best Wishes Compliments of DEAN CO-OPERATIVE BANK FRANKLIN LOAN CO. FRANKLIN, MASS. Compliments of FRANKLIN BARBER SHOP ■■r i v -. W it Sts - UM [tom RELIABLE CLEANERS 12 East Central Street Shirts as you like them Same day service No extra charge I-hr. service on dry cleaning Compliments of VETERAN AUTO BODY Compliments of ART ' S GROCERY Pond Street Compliments of FONTAINE ' S DICKEN ' S Happy Days GEORGE W. GREEN, INC. Distributors of Carling Black Label Beer, Clicquot Club Beverages. JOHN A. MAZZARELLI, Pres., and Mgr. Compliments of Compliments of HELEN ' S FRANKLIN FASHIONS NEWS THOMAS F. KEEFE Compliments of Insurance Agency WESTERN AUTO H. BULLUKIAN SONS, INC. CARMIE ' S RESTAURANT Fuel Oils — Bottled Gas 2 East Centra] Street FRANKLIN, MASS. TEL 528-0127 Franklin ' s Largest and Most Modern Restaurant TEL 528-9825 Compliments of COSTELLO ' S PACKAGE STORE Compliments of A D TELEVISION lO DEPOT STREET FRANKLIN. MASS. Compliments of FRANK ' S BARBER SHOP Union St. 7 te p04t OLD AND NEW FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD OLD GLASS — ANTIQUES VERA and BUD LEDBURRY Compliments of THE CAROUSEL 34 Main St. FRANKLIN, MASS. TELEPHONE 528-0026 i m 11 1IV : O seating V s ' , 5 « r Compliments of TOWNE SHOP NORGE and WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES Range Refrigerator Washer Dryer WE SELL, SERVICE, and INSTALL ,D. G. RANIERI SUPPLY COMPANY Plumbing and Heating Air Conditioning SHOW-ROOM 58 East Central Street Franklin, Mass. Telephone 528-0930 Compliments of PASINI FUNERAL HOME FRED L. PASINI, JR. Funeral Director Compliments of FRANKLIN MILL STORE WAYNE ' S SALON OF BEAUTY 5 Dean Avenue Franklin, Massachusetts 528-1 191 farm produce guaranteed home grown COOK ' S , ■ . TURKEYS ROASTERS BROILERS ALL PRODUCE r FOR BfTTlR QUAIITY KING PHILIP BALLROOM A. SIMON SONS, INC. Furniture and Appliances 54 East Central Street FRANKLIN, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of DARLENE’S Donuts and Pastries FRANKLIN, MASS. PECCI CLEANERS Pick Up and Delivery Service 334 Union Street FRANKLIN, MASSACHUSETTS Tel. 528-0903 Courtesy of J. D. DADDARIO Plumbing Supplies FRAMKUN MAMACHUSim catering to: Compliments of Clubs • Parties • Receptions tor reservations: EV 4-3101 WISE WELDING FLORAL STEAK HOUSE Famous Buffet Luncheon Dinner Cocktail Lounge Route 140 WRENTHAM, MASS. 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Cassidy Miss Judith Collins Miss Sarah Dailey Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred B. Dufresne Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Evans Mr. and Mrs. James Farmer Miss Mary T. Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaura Mr. and Mrs. Vito V. Gerardi Mr. and Mrs. J. David Guenard Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinckley Miss Marion E. Holmes Mr. Anthony D. lacovelli Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kemp Mr. and Mrs. John Torrey Kenney Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaSala Mr. and Mrs. Gerard T. Leone Mr. Robert Lucien Mr. Robert L. McGee Mr. and Mrs. Herman McCall Mr. and Mrs. James C. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. McManus Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Marak Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pasquantonio Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Quinlan Mr. Roger A. Rainville Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rex Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rose Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Noah Strack Miss Rose M. Turco Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. Van Beaver Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. White PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Adams Mr. and Mrs. John J. 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