Franklin High School - Oskey Yearbook (Franklin, MA)
- Class of 1965
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FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY if OSKEY 1965 THE OSKEY In Memoriam Irene Flynn November I 7, 1964 the light of her young life went down As sinks behind the hill The glory of a setting star Clear, sudden, and still. The Class of 1965 Presents to all of you The Senior Oskey Yearbook And Pete, the Panther, too. Pete will be your guide And show you what ' s within, Now we leave it up to him So, Pete, you may begin. 4 For Devotion . . . We Dedicate In grateful recognition of " Sergio ' s " un¬ failing good will and advice we, the class of 1965, respectfully dedicate this volume of the OSKEY to our class advisor, Kevin Mr. Quinlan. 5 Os key Staff CO-EDITORS Janet Goguen Linda Rabaioli John Allen 6 ART STAFF Editor: Helen O ' Connell Staff: Lorraine Proulx, Janet Macfarland, Sandra Mc¬ Donald. BUSINESS STAFF Editor: Linda DeBaggis Staff: Nancy Bertoni, Beverly Guinard, Joanne Pasquan- tonio, Rosalie Smith, Janice Ferioli, Elaine Doherty, Dora Carlucci. LITERARY STAFF Editor: Cheryl Martello Staff: Lynda Mucciarone, Helen Hill, Cynthia Chestercove, Mary Ellen DiMartino, Eileen Tigue, Janet Walsh, Linda James, Charlotte Herren, Ross Wambolt, Patricia Mourey, Cynthia Luszcz, Linda Lauretano. SPORTS STAFF Editor: Mary Ellen Cody, Warren Revell Staff: Walter Thornhill, Gary Mercer, Lynne Ellis, Debbie Crosta, Thomas Feeley. CLERICAL STAFF Editor: Marjorie Prue Staff: Lynne Ellis, Janet Rutan, Jeanne Socci PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Editor: John Rizoli Staff: Pat Root, Nancy White, Barbara Williams, Sherri Zimmer, Donna McWilliams, Eric Jankel, Mary McCarthy, Sandra Malinowicz, llena Scanlon, David Sutcliffe, Bob Thayer, George Krauskopf, Thomas Killoren, David Egan, Robert Hunchard. That you have made the necessary prepar¬ ation for the next step forward—is my sin¬ cere hope for each of you at this time. Henri C. Beane Principal It is my sincere wish that each of you will attain a high degree of success and much happiness in your future endeavors. Kenneth J. Rose Vice-Principal MESSAGE TO GRADUATES: May your quest for knowledge, begun here at Franklin High School, continue through your life time. My very best wishes to you all. Benjamin D. Thomas Superintendent of Schools 12 SCHOOL COMMITTEE Carlo Geromini, Mrs. Kenneth P. Doe, Leonard Remington, Dr. Raymond D. Mercer, Guary J. Circone. ALICE L. BEANE Girls ' Health Ed.; Phys. Ed. Sargent College Boston University JUDITH BERNARDO English Boston University RONALD M. BONOLLO Boys ' Phys. Ed.; Health Ed University of Bridgeport ROBERT BROWN Social Studies Boston University GRACE BROWN English Boston University RONALD P. BUCCHANIO Social Studies Stonehill College J. FOSTER CASS English Springfield College MAUREEN A. CASSIDY English Regis College JOHN J. CROWLEY Art Vesper George School of Art Calvin Coolidge College 13 SARA DAILEY Social Studies Simmons College JOHN DiLIBERO Guidance Holy Cross EDNA B. DUFRESNE English Boston University ALAN S. EVANS Business Northeastern University ESTHER M. FARMER Business, English Rider College MARY T. FLAHERTY Girls ' Phy. Ed. Bridgewater State College 14 GAIL FRASER Business Salem State College ROBERT GAURA Industrial Arts Boston State College VITO V. GERARDI Fitchburg State College Bridgewater State College ELEANOR D. KENNEY Latin Radcliffe College DIANE LA SALA Business Stonehill College GERARD LEONE Mathematics Boston University ANTHONY D. IACOVELLI Music Boston Conservatory of Music RALPH F. JACOBS Industrial Arts Wentworth Institute CHARLES A. HINCKLEY Industrial Arts Franklin Institute MARION E. HOLMES English Boston University WARREN KEMP French Boston College Assumption College SUSAN LEVY Spanish Boston University ROBERT E. LUCIEN Science Boston University ANDREW J. MARAK Boys ' Phys. Ed. Southern Connecticut State College HERMAN C. McCALL Driver Ed. East Tennessee State College EDNA B. McMANUS Guidance Framingham State College JOHN R. MOORE Mathematics Tufts University KEVIN M. QUINLAN Social Studies Boston College KATHERINE O ' SULLIVAN French, Spanish Regis College ROGER RAINVILLE Librarian St. Anselm ' s College Boston College 16 WILLIAM J. REX Science, Athletic Director Bridgewater State College University of Massachusetts J. JOSEPH SHEEHAN Mathematics Holy Cross J. MURRAY STEVENS Science Department Holy Cross University of New Hampshire JANET L. STRACK Business Salem State College ROSE M. TURCO Mathematics Boston State College Boston College ROBERT R. VALLEE French Providence College ANTHONY WILLIAMS Mathematics, Science University of Massachusetts ROSAMONDE WILSON Home Economics Framingham State College New York University MILDRED M. WHITE Home Economics Framingham State College 17 Mrs. Mary Diorio Mrs. Madeline Nasuti OFFICE SECRETARIES Mrs. Margaret Fleming Mrs. Vera Pasquantonio BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR Albert N. O ' Brien Kitchen Staff Custodians . ... , . . 1|§|S ■ i SENIORS CHERYL ANN MARTELLO 123 Cottage Street Franklin Virtue—Versatility Usually Found—Laughing : avorite Memory— " Hawaiian Paradise " Suppressed Desire—To be satisfied " Clever, snappy, always happy. " Sociable, ambitious, and musical, is the spark-plug of our rlass. Cheryl has spent four years well, both scholastically and socially. Her management of class activities has been an invaluable aid. Our cute secretary is already well on her way up the ladder of success. Activities: Majorette 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, Secretary 2; Senior Honor Society 3; Marshal 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Spanish Club, Vice President 4; Senior Class Play 4; Year¬ book Staff 4. Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Dance Committees. THOMAS L. O ' GRADY, JR 15 Sherman Avenue Franklin Tom ' Virtue—Leadership Usually Found—Arguing with the secretary Favorite Memory—Looking for the crepe paper with C. Ambition—To get a Master ' s Degree " Power to start; power to finish. " Our chief executive has proven himself an able leader. Intelligent and dependable, he has contributed much to our class and the Student Council. We hope that Tom will meet as much success in the future as he has in the past. Activities: Class President 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Marshal 2, 3, 4; Oskey 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4; Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2; Jr. Varsity Baseball 1; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. ROBERT HUNCHARD 543 East Central Street " Bob " Franklin Virtue-Personality Ambition—To visit Sweden Suppressed Desire—To ride the Big Ones Philosophy—Liberalism " A mischievous grin, a sly little wink; That he ' s a grand fellow we all think. " Good looks, intelligence, and a most pleasing personality have contributed to the popularity of our vice-president. Bobby is usually found with a smile and witty word for everyone. A valued friend, he has made his high school career one of accomplishment. Activities: Camera Club 4; Class Officer 1, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. LINDA HOWARD JAMES 366 Pond Street Franklin " Lin " Virtue: Loyalty Usually Found: Talking herself into trouble Favorite Memory: Saturday night and Sunday morning Favorite Saying: You ' re kidding?!?! " Truth is the secret of eloquence and of virtue. " Sweet and gracious, dedicated and loyal, Linda has earned a prominent place in our class. Determined to satisfy the ma¬ jority, she has her efforts always appreciated. Linda has en¬ deavored to see that her duties are carried out in everyone ' s interest. Her friendship, itself, is treasured. Activities: Drill team 1, 2; Chorus 1; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Cur¬ tain and Cue Club 3; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Intramurals I, 2, 3; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3. ] JOHN ALLEN SANDRA BAGLIONI 23 Forest Street Franklin Virtue—Neatness Usually Found—After school in Room 116 Favorite Saying— " Listen here. " Pet Peeve—Susan " Gay as everyone ought to be. " Sandy, with her buoyant, gay nature and her happy outlook on life, can always be found in a fun-loving group. Her sweet disposition and playful ways have endeared her to many of her classmates. Activities: Chorus 1; Curtain and Cue Club 3; Oskey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Intra¬ murals 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; Grand March 3; Senior Class Play 4; Driver Ed. 3. 315 Lincoln Street Franklin Virtue—Dependability Usually Found—Teasing Ambition—To be a marine biologist Suppressed Desire—To own a motor scooter " Wit and wisdom go hand in hand. " Reliability and determination are the outstanding traits of John. As a Student Councilman and Honor Society President, our co-editor possesses that which will accompany him to a successful future. Activities: Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, President 4; Marshal 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-editor 4; Grand March 3; Spanish Club 4; Senior Class Play 4; Intramurals 3; Driver Ed. 3. BARBARA E. AYERS 24 George Road Franklin " Barb " Virtue—Liveliness Usually Found—In a ' 63 Falcon Favorite Memory—Bailey ' s Soda Fountain Ambition—To become a hairdresser " Give me a good time and I will find happiness. " Bouncy and buoyant is Barbara. Joining our class this year, she has made her presence known by her lively and carefree personality. May Barbara adapt herself to any situation as she has to Franklin High. Activities: Camera Club 1; Chorus 1; Pep Club 1; Workstudy 1; Driver Ed. 1. 23 Forest Street SUSAN CAROL BAGLIONI Franklin " Bag " Virtue—Friendliness Favorite Saying— " Ya, okay " Ambition—To be a teacher Favorite Companion—Jake " A smile for each, a friend for all. " Acting talent coupled with warmheartedness and cheerfulness characterize Susan. Always sweet and never gloomy, she has helped to add spice and variety to many of our school activities. Her optimism and pleasant nature will be remembered by all. Activities: Chorus 1; Curtain and Cue Club 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Oskey 2, 3, 4; Drama Festival 3; Grand March 3; Senior Class Play 4; Dance Committee 3; Inframurals 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. JOAN BAMRICK 401 Pleasant Street Franklin Virtue—Sweetness Usually Found—In Stoughton Favorite Companion—My Dog Pet Peeve—Boys who always brag " A smile is a whisper of a laugn. " Sociable and well mannered, that is Joan. Her twinkling smile and her ability to make friends easily have made our newest member a welcomed addition. With these traits, Joan is sure to find her place, always. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Student Council 3; Intramurals 3; Driver Ed. 3. PETER BEAN 78 Hillside Road Franklin " Bu-Ba " Virtue—Reserved Nature Usually Found—Street corner Suppressed Desire—To become a golf pro. Favorite Companion— " Scrounge " " Live while you live, and then die and be done with it. " Peter is known as one of the quiet but ever-present members of our class; but let him miss a shot on the green, and you can hear him all over town. His friendliness apd honesty are certainly good assets to our class. Activities: Golf Team 2, 3; Driver Ed. 3. KAROL BECKMAN 8 Charlotte Court Franklin Virtue—Sincerity Usually Found—North Attleboro Favorite Memory—July 4, 1962 Favorite Companions—M., E., S., M., H., " Her quiet manner conceals a radiant spirit. " " Cheer up. The worst is yet to come. " Doug is a person whom everyone knows through his individual thinking. His unassuming nature is one of his best identities. One thing is for sure; he is al¬ ways available when an understanding friend is in need. Activities: Track 1; Cross Country 1; Driver Ed. 3 Karol ' s sincerity has often been proven through her e Jiet consideration of her friends. Usually quiet, her sometimes sudden uprisings of laughter have become characteristic of her friendly nature. May Karol find that her travels lead to happi¬ ness. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Camera Club 4; Chorus 1, 2; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Oskey 1; Driver Ed. 2 GORDON DOUGIAS BELL Franklin ' Doug ' Virtue—Self-confidence Usually Found—In, on, or under water Suppressed Desire—To join the U. D. T. Reserve Pet Peeve—Winter 11 West Park Street Franklin " Dommy " DOMENIC BERTONI Virtue—Charm Usually Found—Around gm. Favorite Saying— " Cut it out " Suppressed Desire—To keep it suppressed " Friend of all; foe of none. " Wherever Dommy goes, his smile goes with him. His personality and charm have won him many true and long-lasting friends. His happy-go-lucky manner will help him overcome many of life ' s obstacles. Activities: Varsity Basketball 4; Varsity Baseball 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3 NANCY JEAN BERTONI 273 Cottage Street Franklin Virtue—Willingness to lend a helping hand Usually Found—With her foot in her mouth Philosophy—Happiness can be found anywhere if you take the trouble to look. Pet Peeve—High desks " What she lacks in size, she makes up in good. " Happy is the word for Nancy. Seldom seen without a smile, our shortest girl is involved in many school activities and is a welcome member of each. With her sense of humor, she will never lack friends. Activities: Chorus 1; Curtain and Cue Club 3; Future Teacher ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 2; Senior Honor Society 3; Oskey 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Play 4; Driver Ed. 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Virtue—Considerateness Favorite Saying— " Get Him " Ambition—To join the Air Force Favorite Companion—Billy " A willing worker and a well-m annered classmate. " Wayne is an easy-going fellow with a " hi " for everyone. He is words, but those which he says are pleasant. Polite and well-ma to attain respect throughout life. H. WAYNE BIXBY Franklin Activities: Drivers Ed. 4 WILLIAM A. BLANCHARD 373 Oak Street Franklin " Bill " Virtue—Manners Usually Found—Wachusetts Street Philosophy—It doesn ' t hurt to make a friend Pet Peeve—Tall people " Bo rn with a gift of laughter and the sense that the world is mad. " Bill is usually found anywhere that help is needed. He has a good word for everyone and treats all his classmates as equals. His strong sense of willingness to work will take him and his beaming smile far in life. Activities: Marshal 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3 Forest Street O • ' ' - I ,; t! DAVID PAUL BOKELMAN 46 Marvin Avenue Franklin " Dave " Virtue—Calmness Favorite Saying— " Oh, yeah " Suppressed Desire—To go to college and join the Peace Corps Favorite Companion—Brian " Always ready with a helping hand. " David has certainly given our class 100% cooperation as was displayed by his assistance during preparations for the Junior Prom. His good manners and sincerity have won him many friends throughout his four years at Franklin High. Activities: Future Teachers ' Club 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Interclass Drama Festival 3; Senior Class Play 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. NANCY CAROL BRETON Cook Street Franklin " Nance " Virtue—Artistic Ability Favorite Memory—Woody ' s P. J. party—June ' 64 Favorite Saying— " C ' est la vie! " Suppressed Desire—To live up to expectations " The unspoken word never does harm. " Nancy has been generous during these four years, sharing her artistic ability with us. Our class social events always had good advertisement with Nancy ' s posters. This along with her quiet, sincere nature have made her an asset to our class. Activities: Drill Team 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3 ROBERT BRIGGS 113 Pond Street Franklin " Bob " Virtue—Politeness Usually Found—With Melanie Ambition—To become an electrical engineer Pet Peeve—My conscience " Thought is nobler than speech. " Bob, who has been with us since our sophomore year, is one of the quieter members of the class. Well-mannered and sincere, he is especially noted for his dry wit. Activities: Driver Ed. 3. ROBERT BRUNELLI 210 Chestnut Street Franklin " Bob " Virtue—Honesty Usually Found—Hunchard ' s Garage Suppressed Desire—To own an XKE Pet Peeve—Monday mornings " Life is not life at all without delight Bob is considered a very courteous and friendly classmate. Although quiet, he is always willing to lend a helping hand. Sincere and thoughtful, he has won many friends, and we have the utmost confidence that these traits will lead him to good fortune. Activities: Driver Ed. 4 " Always ready to lend a hand. " Jim is our most generous boy. His many friends can bear witness to this, and they will also tell of his Irish temper. Jim can always be counted on to come through when the going is rough. Activities: Future Teachers ' Club 2, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Spanish Club 4; Driver Ed. 2 SANDRA CAMERON 356 Pond Street Franklin " Sandy " Virtue—Pleasantness Favorite Saying— " Gosh, darn it. " Ambition—To become a keypunch operator Pet peeve—My sophomore brother " She looks on life with quiet eyes. " During the past three years, Sandy has certainly established herself as a co¬ operative and amiable addition to our class. Although she may appear quiet, any trace of shyness disappears when she ' s with friends. Activities: Commercial Club 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. JAMES F. CALDARARO 121 Union Street Jim Virtue—Generosity Favorite Saying— " Hay Caramba! " Favorite Companion— " B " Pet Peeve—Freckles Franklin BLAIR CAMPBELL 1086 West Central Street Franklin Virtue—Sincerity Vice—Bashfulness Usually Found—Newberry ' s lunch counter Favorite Memory—My old home in Canada " What is life without a few quiet ones? " Blair, as a quiet and reserved boy, has established himself as a sincere, co¬ operative worth-while person. Not one to fool around, he has, by his agreeable nature, won the respect of fellow classmates. Activities: Driver Ed. 3. DORA A. CARLUCCI 21 Worsted Street Franklin Virtue—Sunny disposition Favorite Saying— " Oh, no! " Ambition—To become a secretary Favorite Memory—Fifteen going on Sixteen " Happy and gay, carefree all day. " With a carefree air about her, Dora may be found laughing in any situation. Her amiable personality is surely a helping factor that will breeze her along in the future. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1; Commercial Club 4; Oskey 1; Intramurals 2; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. CYNTHIA CHESTERCOVE 230 Chestnut Street Franklin " Cindy " Virtue—Amiability Favorite Memory—Sergio ' s U.S. History Class Favorite Saying— " Oh, really? " Suppressed Desire—To be happy, healthy, wealthy, and wise. " We like her smile—we like her style. " Cynthia is a girl that is welcome in any group. Unselfish and full of fun, she is an exponent of fair play. Whenever help is needed, one may be sure that Cyn¬ thia is there with a ready hand. Activities: Chorus 1; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittees 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3; Camera Club 4. I i DOROTHY PATRICIA COOK 123 Pleasant Street Franklin " Dottie " Virtue—Reserved Nature Suppressed Desire—To be a world traveler Philosophy—Happiness is achieved by helping others Pet Peeve— " Death Alley " " Smiling and pleasant to all. " A quiet nature, a warm smile—by these we identify Dottie. With humor and warmth, she has a good word for everyone and, in turn, everyone has a good word for her. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Camera Club 4; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Oskey 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Driver Ed. 3; Senior Class Play 4. MARY ELLEN CODY 42 King Street Franklin " Tiger " Virtue—Vivaciousness Usually Found—Babysitting Favorite Memory—No. 64 of the Class of ' 64 Pet Peeve—Curly hair " Full of pep, full of fun, a smile and laugh for everyone. " With a " Hi " for everyone and her sparkling Irish eyes, our peppy cheer¬ leader can always be found cheering someone or something. We know Mary Ellen will always find something for which she will be cheered. Activities: Drill Team 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-captain 4; Chorus 1, Commercial Club 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 4; Yearbook Staff, 4. BRIAN FRANCIS COSTELLO 141 Hillside Road Franklin Virtue—Cooperation Usually Found—Not at home Ambition—To go to college Favorite Companion—David " As I treat my friend, so shall I treat my enemy. " The typical wisecracker of the class is Brian. He can be counted on for a quick answer, a clever joke, and a subtle smile. We are sure that Brian will meet life with a bang. Activities: Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 3, 4; Grand March 3; Senior Class Play 4; JANICE L. COX 18 Oak Street Ext. Franklin " Jan " Virtue—Gentle manner Favorite Memory—Valentine Dance, 1964 Pet Peeve—People taller than I " A dainty miss with spirits rather high. " Though small in inches, Jan is tall in the hearts of her friends. Her winning smile and natural poise should help this petite miss through every situation she may meet in later life. Activities: Commercial Club 4; Driver Ed. 3. ALLAN CRANDALL Short Street Franklin " Zu Zu " Virtue—Steadfastness Usually Found—Peck Street Favorite Memory—Prudence Island Favorite Companion—A certain junior girl " In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. " Allan is one of the more quiet members in our class. An easy-going person, he is a good conversationalist with those who know him best. Sincerity is one of Allan ' s most outstanding traits. Activities: Varsity Football 3; Track 1, 2; Junior Varsity Football 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. SUSANNA MARIE CRAWFORD 360 West Central Street Franklin Virtue—Eagerness to succeed Usually Found—Studying Favorite Memory—Mrs. D ' s English Class Ambition—To become a navy nurse " A willing worker—indeed a virtue. " Susanna, a s erious student, has given our class much. A capable and willing worker, she has pitched in and helped on many occasions. We know she will con¬ tinue lending people a helping hand whenever necessary. Activities: Chorus 1; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Oskey 1; Intramurals 4; Driver Ed. 4. Jr 4 DONALD EDWARD DAULEY 436 Pleasant Street Franklin " Don " ' Virtue—Willingness to lend a helping hand Usually Found—Band Room Favorite Memory—French Class Suppressed Desire—To pass French " A laugh is worth a thousand groans. " Although he appears to be quiet, Don is altogether different with a group of friends. His neat appearance and pleasant manner have added much to our class. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4. DEBORAH LOUISE CROSTA 20 Garfield Street Franklin " Debbie " Virtue—Peppiness Usually Found—Talking Favorite Memory—The year of ' 64 Pet Peeve—Out-of-town-girls! " A witty woman is a treasure. " Debbie, one of our peppiest cheerleaders, can usually be found in a state of complete chaos. During her four years at F.H.S., she has gained many friends and has been very helpful in class projects. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 3; In¬ tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Class Play 3; Driver Ed. 2. JOHN DANELLO 61 Lewis Street Franklin " Johnny " Virtue—Thoughtfulness Favorite Memory—Girls Favorite Saying— " Terrific " Favorite Companion—Dick Fisher " He is full of jokes and jests. " John possesses the gift of humor, and he believes in sharing it. His wit and humor are much appreciated by his friends. We are sure tha-t his joking will help make life easier. Activities: Cross Country Manager 3, 4. flip- i LINDA MARY DeBAGGlS 256 Main Street Franklin " Linda Lu " Virtue: Pertness Usually Found: Behind a typewriter Favorite Saying: " Neat! " Pet Peeve: Waiting for Paul to call " Willing is she and eager to please. " Our cute business manager can usually be found scurrying to undertake her secretarial duties. A radiant smile, a calm nature, and a neat appearance accentuate her pleasing personality. Activities: Chorus 1; Commercial Club 4; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. M ■ ■ PATRICIA ANN DeBAGGlS 62 Wachusett Street Franklin " Trisha " Virtue—Oratorical Ability Usually Found—Discussing Politics Suppressed Desire—To be a great statesman Philosophy— " The just man shall be in everlasting remembrance. " " Full of pep; full of vigor; you ' ll always find her in ' a dither. " One of our future politicians may very well be Patricia. Although her laugh is an ever-present characteristic, politics receive most attention. When one has a policy to discuss, Pat is sure to offer a good argument. Activities: Chorus 1; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Oskey 1, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 4. IP 4s 1 12 Summer Street PETER DELFINO ' Ziggy ' Franklin Virtue—Poetic Ability Vice—Laziness Ambition—To write odes Suppressed Desire—To be on time " Why work? Caesar was not ambitious. " Peter ' s keen sense of humor and sly wit have brightened many a dreary day. Perhaps we may have a celebrity among our alumni if Peter ' s poetic ability is cultivated in the future. Activities: Junior Varsity Football 1; Junior Varsity Baseball 1; Driver Ed. 3. 32 JOHN DeLUCIA 140 Wachusett Street Franklin " Jackie " Virtue—Congeniality Favorite Memory—The football field Usually Found—With Tommy, Tim, and Joe Outstanding Characteristic—Eyelashes " With his devilish grin, many friends will he win. " Jackie, our cutest senior boy, has a smile and hello for everyone he meets. Sportsmanship is a quality that he has displayed throughout his four years both on and off the football, basketball, and baseball fields. Activities: Weightlifting Club 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 2; Junior Varsity Football 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Baseball 1; Driver Ed. 3. WILLIAM C. DELFINO 16 Corbin Street Franklin " Bill " Virtue—Willingness to lend a helping hand Favorite Memory—Mr. Cass ' class Favorite Companion—Angie Unually Found—North Attleboro " He ' s happy and gay; no cares block his way. " Billy is one of the happy-go-lucky boys in our class and in spite of his some¬ times devilish wisecracks, he is well liked by everyone. We know that anywhere he goes all will find him as much fun as we did. Activities: Junior Varsity Football 1, 2; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Baseball 1; Driver Ed. 3. CYNTHIA CHRISTINE DEPTULA 69 King Street Franklin " Dippy " Virtue—Sociability Usually Found—At home Favorite Memory—Paul Pet Peeve—People standing still in the corridor " Gratitude is the sign of noble souls. " Neat and petite, cute and carefree, Cynthia is one of the quieter members of the Senior Class. Soft-spoken, though she is businesslike, this young lady is well thought of by her classmates. Activities: Oskey 1. GLENNA CAROL DESPER 45 Carter Street Franklin " Glen " Virtue: Cooperative Nature Usually Found: At Swannee ' s Suppressed Desire: To join the Peace Corps Favorite Companion: The Clan " In solitude we are least alone. " Glenna, a sweet and cooperative classmate, shows her likable nature by her quiet smile and kind word. May Glenna find contentment in all she undertakes in her desired work with people. Activities: Drill Team 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 3; Driver Ed. 3; Girls ' Field Hockey 4. ELAINE JANET DOHERTY 319 Main Street Franklin Virtue—Calm nature Favorite Memory—Driver Ed. Ambition—To become a secretary Favorite Companion—Janice " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Elaine, a sweet and sincere senior, is valued as a true friend. She is one who does her best in order to achieve that which she desires. Surely, these traits will come in handy in her chosen career. MARY ELLEN DiMARTINO Franklin 511 Lincoln Street Virtue—Ability to Achieve Usually found—With Lin, Nan, and Jan Favorite Saying— " You ' re not just kidding. " Suppressed Desire—To be a folk singer. " Whatever you do, aim to excel, for what ' s worth doing is worth doing well. " We find Mary Ellen, a superior student, ambitious and dependable. One can be sure that Mary Ellen will offer useful ideas and constancy to purpose con¬ cerning any activity in which she is engaged. Mary Ellen will pave a rewarding future for herself. Activities: Curtain and Cue Club 3; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Junior Honor So¬ ciety, President 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Girls ' Softball 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Drama Festival 1, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3. Activities: Drill Team 1; Chorus 1, 2; Commercial Club 4; Junior Honor Society 1; Grand March 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3. DAVID H. EGAN 372 Oak Street Franklin " Dave " Virtue—Jolly Manner Usually Found—Around town Favorite Saying— " Ya, Jim " Suppressed Desire—To get a " vette " " Life is short; enjoy it while you can. " Dave is a friendly fellow who always likes a practical joke even if he is the victim. Dave seldom refuses to do a favor for any of his friends. Being as well liked as he is, he will never be at a loss. Activities: Camera Club 4; Track 3; Driver Ed. 3 ■■■■■ . v 4 L ' " V 10 Garden Street LYNNE ELLIS Franklin Virtue—Athletic Ability Vice—Lack of confidence Suppressed Desire—To go to Missouri Favorite Companion—Sandi James " A good sport is one who plays the game; to accomplish this has been her aim. " Making herself at home on either the basketball court or baseball diamond, Lynne has displayed her fine athletic ability to the teams ' advantage. She is equally skillful in tapping the typewriter keys and in taking dictation. Activities: Chorus 1; Junior Honor Society 1; Oskey 2; Girls ' Softball 2, 3, 4; In¬ tramurals 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed 3, 4; 372 Pond Street Franklin " Mick " Virtue—Ability to tease Usually Found—Riding around Favorite Saying— " Don ' t let it get you. " Suppressed Desire—To go to college OWEN A. EMERY " A big tall man I would be, but nature played a trick on me. " Mick may be short in stature, but he is tall in personality. He is always active, whether it be laughing, joking, or teasing. Compact and muscular, he is often called upon fo demonstrate these particular physical characteristics. Activities: Weightlifting Club 4; Driver Ed. 3 Marilyn, amiable and easy-going, is one who takes things as they come. Never a complainer, her agreeable nature has proven to be a valuable asset. Pa¬ tience is sure to achieve, for her, satisfaction. Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Future Nurses ' Club 3, President 4; Future Teacher ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 2. 36 Hi SALLY ANN ESTERLY 28 Pearl Street Franklin " Sal " Virtue—Agreeability Favorite Memory—Senior Parties Ambition—To become a teacher Pet Peeve—Breaking up " She would talk; oh, how she would talk. " As our most loquacious senior, Sally is always in a perpetual state of conver¬ sation. Full of fun, vim and vigor, but possessing a serious side too, Sally has the delightful combination of a well-balanced personality. Activities: Majorettes 1, 2; Curtain and Cue Club 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Club 4; Fu¬ ture Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4. EDWARD FANNING 451 Lincoln Street Franklin " Eddie " Virtue—Mechanical Ability Usually Found—Riding around Favorite Memory— ' Senior year Favorite Saying— " I quit " " He is so quiet—sometimes " Eddie can usually be found tinkering around a car. He has a quiet and un¬ assuming personality, and his friendship is valued by many. We are sure Eddie will find his place in life. Activities: Weightlifting Club 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Driver Ed. 3. MARILYN T. FEELEY 40 East Street Franklin Virtue—Trim Appearance Usually Found—With S., M., H., E., and K. Favorite Saying— " What ' s going on? " Philosophy—Take things as they come. " Soft-voiced and calm, of disposition mild. " THOMAS J. FEELEY 137 East Central Street Franklin " Tommy " Virtue—Friendliness Favorite Memory— ' 64 Football Season Ambition—To be a three-letter man Philosophy—Always do the best you can. " A little mischief now and then. Makes life more interesting. " Sociable and good-natured is our star quarterback. Tom has displayed his athletic leadership by performance on the gridiron, the basketball court, and the diamond. We are sure that he will meet with success in everything he tries. Activities: Chorus 1; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Var¬ sity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3 ' JANICE ELLEN FERIOLI 951 Pond Street Franklin " Jan " Virtue—Sincerity Vice—Blushing Usually Found—With Elaine Pet Peeve—Waiting " Serious, yet with smiles, and gay, yet earnest too. " Sincerity, kindness and cordial manner are just three of Jan ' s many attributes. We know that this charming business student will put her many qualities to good use in her future career. Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Commercial Club 4; Oskey 1; Grand March 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3; Honor Society 3, 4. ALEXANDER FERRANTI 40 Cottage Street Franklin ' Sandy ' Virtue—Confident manner Favorite Memory—Worcester and Boston parties Philosophy—Do not criticize what you can ' t understand. Favorite Companion—My guitar " If I didn ' t get anything else out of high school, I got myself. " Alex, a new member of our class, has fa scinated us with his many outside in¬ terests. His wit and humor are injected into all he does. His carefree nature will carry him far. Activities: Oskey 4; Driver Ed. 3. 3 RICHARD W. FISHER 444 Pond Street Franklin " Rich " Virtue—Willingness Favorite Saying—Oh, please Favorite Companion—Mary Usually Found—Down at the garage " Why should life all labor be " Dick is another of these silent but ever-present members of the Senior Class. We can only hope that his willingness to help others will carry him to a fruitful life after high school. •Activities: Intramurals 2; Driver Ed. 2. JOHN PAUL FRENIERE Long Hill Road Franklin " Paul " Virtue—Gentle Manner Vice—Not knowing how to dance Favorite Saying— " Wretchedness " Ambition—To get a B. S. " The reward of one duty is the power to fulfill another " Seemingly quiet and dignified, Paul is also full of fun and good humor. Our most intellectual boy does not spend all his time with books, for he has helped, the class in many activities. Activities: Band 2, 3; Jr. Honor Society 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Marshal 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. ROBERT D. GILBERT 23 Highland Street Franklin " Bob " Virtue—Impromptu manner Usually Found—Somewhere; soon Ambition—To be a dentist Pet Peeve—People who can ' t take a joke " A live wire never gets stepped on. " As our most loquacious boy, Bob ' s ability to make impromptu jokes assures him of a good audience. He has an easy-going manner which has made him well- liked by the class and which will help him to succeed. Activities: Track 1; Dance Committee 1, 2; Grand March 3. JANET Y. G. GOGUEN 560 Chestnut Street Franklin " Jan " Virtue—Acting ability Usually Found—With Nancy, Linda, and Mary Ellen Suppressed Desire—To live in England Philosophy—Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow you may get caught. " In she comes with gusts of laughter. " Her dimpled smile and witty answers have become characteristic of Jan. Her humor appears in all she does, and she does many things. A talented actress, we hope her part in life will be a pleasant one. Activities: Curtain and Cue Club 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2; Intramurals 1; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Drama Festival 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor Yearbook; Senior Class Play; Driver Ed. 2. RONALD C. GRIFFIN Franklin Pleasant Street Muff " Virtue—Musical Ability Favorite Memory—Assonet Beach Usually Found—Band Room Favorite Companion—Nancy Work and worry killed many a man, so why should I take a chance? ' 1 An all-round boy is Ronnie. His smile and easy-going manner go anywhere and everywhere. A fixture in the band room, he displays ability which has es¬ tablished him as a fine musician. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Oskey 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3. 73 Dean Street ROBERT GROMELSKI ' Bob ' Franklin Virtue—Integrity Favorite Memory—Going deep sea fishing Ambition—To become a veterinarian Pet Peeve—Losing things " Men of few words are the best men. " Bob, a quieter member of our class, devotes much of his time to studies. One can find his comments always worthwhile. Determination is sure to help Bob reach his destination. Activities: Driver Ed. 3 BEVERLY JOYCE GUINARD RICHARD H. GROVER Franklin Virtue—Cordiality Usually Found—In Bellingham Favorite Memory—Summer of ' 64 Suppressed Desire—To Graduate " Temperance and industry are man ' s true remedies. " Behind that quiet and mannerly appearance we find in Rick a subtle and clever wit. Although he has a steady job after school, he always has time to lend an ear and help solve any problems his friends may have. Activities: Cross Country 1, 2; Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2. Franklin Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. " Pert and pretty is Bev. Whether it be in school or out, she always keeps busy. Not one to miss out on any fun, she also has a serious side. Bev has ac¬ complished much in the past four years. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Class Play 1; Driver Ed. 3. BRUCE MARK GUINARD 50 Fales Street Franklin Virtue—Frankness Favorite Saying— " Let ' s go, life. " Ambition—To win a New England weightlifting championship Pet Peeve—Smoking " Speak freely what you think. " Bruce has one special love—weightlifting. This subject serves as his favorite topic for conversation. Four years at Franklin High have shown Bruce to be friendly, witty, and sincere. Activities: Weightlifting Club 3, 4; Cross Country 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Football 1; Driver Ed. 3. fFfflWQBff? DOUGLAS A. HART 18 Eldon Drive Franklin " Doug " Virtue—Politeness Usually Found—With Sally Suppressed Desire—To keep it suppressed Philosophy—Work hard until you have attained your goal. " Neat build, nice face, love to meet him anyplace. " Cheerfulness, perseverance, pluck, and intelligence are all Doug ' s in the hap¬ piest possible degree. Doug is a gentleman, and a gentleman always succeeds. We look forward to seeing him in the future, and we know he will be the same per¬ son we liked so well at F. H. S. Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 3; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. 48 Summer Street CHARLOTTE HERREN " Shilet " Franklin Virtue: Flamboyancy Favorite Memory: K60-976 Favorite Companion: Linda Pet Peeve: Brown crepe paper and auditoriums " She has personality and wit; Wherever she goes she ' ll fit. " Charlotte, a girl with a warm heart and witty nature, can always be found within a large group brightening everyone ' s day. Her unassuming and lively na¬ ture has made her a popular member of our class. These attributes will lead to a rich and fulfilling life. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Curtain and Cue Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Staff; Girls ' Field Hockey 3; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Drama Festival 1, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3, 4. EUGENE HICKEY 235 Pond Street Franklin " Gene " Virtue—Considerateness Favorite Memory—1964 Track team Suppressed Desire—To become a professional athlete Pet Peeve—Homework " A guy with a joke for every minute. He loves mischief and is always in it. " " A good sport with a fine sense of humor " describes Gene. His sportsman¬ ship has been displayed on the track team on which he has been a great asset. His humor is found anywhere he is. Activities: Varsity Football 2, 4; Varsity Basketball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Jr. Varsity Football 2, 4; Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Jr. Varsity Baseball 2; Grand March 4; Driver Ed. 3, 4. HELEN HILL 20 Everett Street Franklin " Hulla " Virtue—Courtesy Usually Found—At drill team practice Favorite Memory—Fitchburg Favorite Companions—E., M., M. ( S., and K. " Gratitude is the sign of a noble soul. " Polite and well-mannered, Helen is respected by all her friends and class¬ mates. In every endeavor she tries, her best ability is put forth. Life certainly should contain much for Helen. Activities: Drill Team 1; Chorus 1; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor So¬ ciety 1; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Oskey 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 4. RONALD A. HUNTLEY 89 Lewis Street Franklin " Ronnie " Virtue—Ambition Favorite Memory—Mr. Cass ' English class Ambition—To become a history teacher Favorite Companion—Richard Grover " The end proveth everything. " Ronnie—sincere, friendly, and loyal—has made many friends throughout high school. We are sure that he will attain all that he sets out for in the years ahead. Best of luck to Ronnie in all he attempts. Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Grand March 3, 4. a— . I ■ BARBARA ANN INSTASI Grove Street Franklin " You are never fully dressed until you wear a smile. " Barbara ' s smile is a beacon of friendliness and her sunny disposition never fails. You can always find her bubbling over with giggles and ready and willing to make others happy, too. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Driver Ed. 3. Virtue—Good nature Favorite Saying— " So what? I don ' t care. " Ambition—To be a C. P. A. Suppressed Desire—To be short V Step 83 MARY KAZUSCHYK 290 West Central Street ' Mare ' ' Virtue—Poise Favorite Memory—Halloween—1961 Philosophy—Life is too short to be unhappy Pet Peeve—Girls that go after boys that are going steady " Live while ye may. " Poised and friendly, Mary is sure to make the most of her life. Her four years at high school have proven her to be helpful and always willing to lend a help¬ ing hand for the benefit of our class. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. STEPHEN KELLER 32 Mackintosh Street Franklin " Steve " Virtue—Neatness Vice—Shyness Favorite Saying— " Wretched " Outstanding Characteristic—Connecticut accent " Thought is nobler than speech . " Steve, quiet yet friendly, joined our class in our junior year. Since then, he has joined in class functions and athletics. With Steve ' s poise and intelligence, his future is bound to be rewarding. Activities: Senior Honor Society 4; Varsity Football 4; Track 3, 4; Dance Committees 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4. I Franklin WILLIAM H. KELL 33 Dean Avenue Franklin " Billy " Billy, with an easy-going manner, has made many friendships. In a car, whether in the driver ' s seat or under the hood, he aptly displays his knowledge and application of that knowledge on the machine. Virtue—Pleasantness Favorite Memory—Mr. G. Ambition—To become an Automotive Mechanic Suppressed Desire—To go to Florida " He that has patience may surpass anything. " Activities: Commercial Club 4; Track 2; Driver Ed. 3. ' PATRICK F. LAMPASONA 385 Union Street Franklin " Pat " Virtue: Congeniality Usually Found: J.C. ' s Ambition—To become a draftsman Pet Peeve: Football Practice " Deeds, not words, shall speak for me. " If you are looking for a friend, look for Pat. He is one of our friendliest boys. Pat will always be remembered for his work on the F.H.S. gridiron and for his easy-going nature. Activities: Weightlifting Club 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3. THOMAS K. KILLOREN 11 Sherman Avenue Franklin " Tom " Virtue:—Generosity Favorite Memory: New York World ' s Fair Ambition:—To enter the science world Pet Peeve:—A tight wad " It is not the things we say, but the things we do that count. " Man ' s best friend is his car—right, Tom. With his generous nature, it ' s not un¬ usual to see his " best friend " crowded with friends. Twinkling eyes, a wide smile, and blushing nature make up Tom, a good friend of many. Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed¬ ucation GEORGE KRAUSKOPF Activities: Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Driver Ed. 3. Fuller Place Franklin Virtue: Reserved Nature Usually Found: Lola ' s Favorite Saying: " Almost isn ' t good enough. " Suppressed Desire—To be a scientist He is considered so bashful and shy, indifferent to girls. My! Oh, my! George, although he is quiet in school, is altogether different when with a group of friends. George ' s neatness and good looks are his main virtues, and for these he is well known. If George retains his friendly and polite manner, we know it will make his life successful. LINDA LAURETANO Daniels Street Franklin " La " Virtue—Warm-heartedness Favorite Saying— " Kill it. " Ambition—To become a registered nurse Philosophy—Live life to the fullest " Out of moderation a pure happiness springs. " Always on the go, Linda can usually be found doing her share of work any¬ where she is needed. When she is not contributing to school and social activities, Linda will be found seriously involved in her studies. Her kind word will bring her greater rewards. Activities: Chorus 1; Future Nurses ' Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2; Girls ' Softball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 3, 4. 38 Arlington Street Franklin PAUL ANTHONY LONGOBARDI ' Lungo " Virtue—Good Naturedness Favorite Memory—The Junior Prom Suppressed Desire—To be like my brother Favorite Companion—My truck " Life is my college . " This happy-go-lucky senior has brought many a laugh to his classmates. Keep¬ ing people gay seems to be his favorite past time. A warm personality and a handsome smile have contributed to the optimistic attitude possessed by Paul. I Activities: Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4. ROBERT F. LOLA East Central Street Franklin ' Bob ' Virtue—Good Naturedness Favorite Memory—Senior Banquet " 63 " Ambition—To be a success Outstanding Characteristic—Unique laugh " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed Bob ' s amicable nature, friendly smile, and hearty laugh have made him our best-liked members. With his scholastic achievement behind him, Bob forward to a profitable and rewarding future. Activities: Marshal 4; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Driver Ed. 2 PETER BRUCE LONGOBARDI 38 Arlington Street Franklin " Pierre " Virtue—Sincerity Favorite Memory—Mrs. Kenney ' s Latin class Favorite Saying— " Ignorance is Bliss. " Suppressed Desire—To become a civil engineer " A quiet mind is richer than a crown. " Peter is known for his studious nature, but he has many other qualities. Among them is his congenial manner which brings him many friends and admirers. Both his qualities and friends will last a lifetime. Activities: Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4. JANET MACFARLAND 45 Daniels Street Franklin " Jake ' Virtue—Ability to get along with others Favorite Memory—Nantucket Sound Favorite Saying— " Okay, Sweets. " Philosophy— If God is for us, who can be against us? " Willing is she and eager to please. " Janet ' s quiet manner has been offset by her ability to move to the rhythm of any dance band. Her high spirits and cooperation have helped to make our class social events highly successful. May Janet dance through life as she has throughout high school. CYNTHIA ELAINE LUSZCZ Franklin " Cindy " Virtue—Vitality Usually Found—With Cindy and llena Favorite Memory—Junior Homeroom 26 Pat Peeve—Oral talks " Continued cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom. " As a cheerleader, Cindy has given us all her pep and fun-loving spirit. At home, at a social event, as well as on the athletic field, her versatility has made her one of our most popular seniors. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Future Nurses ' Club 3; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3; Oskey 1; Softball 2; Basketball 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Grand March 3. Union Street Activities: Commercial Club 4; Oskey 3; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3. BEVERLY MacPHERSON Elm Street Franklin " Bev " Virtue—Patience Usually Found—Writing to Steve Philosophy—Everything happens for a reason. Favorite Companion—Steve " A quiet, shy, but charming lass, A nice addition to our class. " Quiet and shy, yet bubbling over with gleam when aroused, Bev can really show her spirit. Her first year at Franklin High has brought her happiness along with many new acquaintances. May luck always accompany Bev. Activities: Majorettes 1; Girl ' s Field Hockey 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittees 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 24 King Street RONALD MAHAN ' Ronnie ' ' Franklin Virtue—Patience Usually Found—Watching a sports game on T.V. Favorite Memory—Freshman Acquaintance Day Suppressed Desire—To own a blue convertible " Character is simply a habit long continued. " Ronnie, a representative on the Student Council, is a most sincere classmate. Although he appears quiet, he is very warm-hearted and friendly. Full of de¬ termination, Ronnie is bound to go right to the top. Activities: Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Student Council 4; Varsity Football 4; Var¬ sity Baseball 3 , 4; Junior Varsity Football 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3 , 4 ; Driver Ed. 3 2 Eldon Drive SANDRA K. MALINOWICZ ' Sandy " Franklin Virtue—Attractiveness Suppressed Desire—To live a happy and peaceful life. Pet Peeve—People who double park Outstanding Characteristic—Gray Streak " Friendly and sweet; twice as neat. " The very essence of Sandy ' s charm lies i n her sparkling personality. This, plus her pleasing smile and friendly nature, has made her a well-liked classmate. Our best dressed girl is sure to fit wherever she may go. Activities: Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. C. PAUL MASTROMATTEO, JR. 48 Oak Street Franklin Virtue: Neatness Usually Found: Uptown Favorite Memory: Summer vacation in Maine Suppressed Desire: To own a Sting Ray " You can never show better than your own natural self. " Paul has a quiet nature and a smooth personality. His approving smile and neat appearance add to his pleasant ways. Such a composure accounts for the sincere friend that Paul is. WILLIAM MARCELLI, JR. 835 Lincoln Street Franklin " Little Italy " Virtue—Trim appearance Usually Found; Fernandes ' Super Market Favorite Saying; " You little snicker " Suppressed Desire: To be a hair dresser " Fond of beauty, life and laughter, pleasure first and business after. " Witty and fun-loving, that ' s Billy, his neatness and manners are outstanding virtues of our best-dressed boy. With these qualities, Billy has a head start on life. Activities: Varsity Football 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 4; Jr. Football 1; Driver Ed. 3 PAUL MASTERSON 1391 Pond Street Franklin Virtue: Mechanical Ability Favorite Memory: Florida Ambition: To become an electronic engineer Favorite Companions: Wally and Don " He was a man who had many friends and many friends had he. " Although he has been with us for only two years, Paul has been a friendly member. With his well-known mechanical ability, he is always a handy helper. Witty and happy-go-lucky, Paul looks forward to bright goals. Activities: Driver Ed. 3 Activities: Camera Club 2; Varsity Basketball Manager 3; Driver Ed. 4 sandra McDonald 333 Lincoln Street Franklin " Sandy " Virtue—Fun-loving nature Favorite Memory—Them Parties Ambition—To be a registered nurse Philosophy—Live is to live. " A friendly face, a bundle of mischief, an ocean of smiles. " Sandy is one of the outstanding funsters of our class. A laugh here, a laugh there makes her day and everyone else ' s a brighter one. Wherever you see a group of happy people, you are sure to see Sandy. Activities: Future nurses Club 3, 4; Majorettes 1; Girls ' Softball 1, 2; Girls ' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Grand March 3, Senior Class Play. PAUL MATEUSZCZYK mary McCarthy 12 Crescent Street Franklin " May " Virtue—Quiet Mannerism Suppressed Desire—To live in Washington, D.C. Favorite Saying— " That ' s ridiculous. " Favorite Companion—Karol " will sit down now, but the time will come when you will hear from me. " Mary, though somewhat shy and quiet, is a sincere friend. Beneath this quiet exterior is a strong and determined character. We know that Mary ' s steadfastness will put whatever she aims for in her grasp. Activities: Camera Club 4; Chorus 2, 4; Dance Committees 1,2, 3, 4; 610 Oak Street " Matechek " Virtue—Determination Usually Found—Daniels Street Suppressed Desire—To become somebody in life Pet Peeve—Parties that get over too soon. " A winning smile, an excellent friend, an earnest worker, fun to the end " . Paul is one of the most enjoyable members of our class. His funloving nature and good-heartedness explain his many acquaintances. His unselfishness and will¬ ingness to help in class projects are outstanding. Activities: Track 3; Golf team 1, 2; Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Driver Ed. 3. Franklin STEPHEN G. MCDONALD 1 7 Beaver Street Franklin " Steve Virtue—Line Usually Found—On the fence Favorite Memory—Room 29 Pet Peeve—Being called by my last name " A little time tor laughter, please. " One of our varsity heroes, both on the football and baseball teams, Steve has helped to bring recognition in ihe sports field to our school. His athletic ability and his personality too have won him many friends. Activities: Weightlifting Club; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4. RICHARD R. McGREGOR 539 Pleasant Street Franklin " Whitey " Virtue—Athletic Ability Favorite Memory—Mr. Arcudi ' s class Favorite Saying— " All right " Philosophy—All, or nothing at all. " The rule of his life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure his business. " Whitey, our best athlete, will always be remembered for his determination and outstanding ability on the football field. Witty and carefree, his unassuming nature has made him an admired and popular member of our class. Whitey is sure to shine on any future team. Activities: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Baseball 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 1. donna McWilliams 242 Pleasant Street Franklin Virtue—Helpfulness Ambition—To learn to parachute jump Suppressed Desire—To tour Europe Pet Peeve—Sandy " The door to success is marked ' push! ' " Sincere and constantly optimistic, Donna has brought cheer to our high school days. Active in Future Teachers ' and Camera Club groups, we know she will suc¬ ceed in all she attempts. Activities: Drill Team 1; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 3; Driver Ed. 3. ALLAN R. MOORE, JR. 67 Alpine Place Franklin " Buddy” Virtue—Ambitious Manner Usually Found—Working and studying Ambition—To please a few Suppressed Desire—To get an M.A. in anything " He hath a heart as sound as a bell. " Buddy, one of the most industrious members of our class, has shown his ability in the classroom and on the gridiron. His determination to succeed has won him the respect of his classmates and will help him throughout life. Activities: Weightlifting Club 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Junior Varsity Football 1; Driver Ed. 2. GARY MERCER 33 Crescent Street Franklin " Merc " Virtue—Determination Vice—Temper Ambition—To get through college Suppressed Desire—To be a professional basketball player. " Be there a will, and wisdom finds a way. " With his goals aimed high, we find Gary the leading scorer in the Hockomock League. His exceptional ability on the court has brought recognition to F.H.S. With such a start, Gary is sure to score highly in life. Activities: Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Varsity Foot¬ ball 1; Grand March 1, 2, 3; Driver Ed. 3. JEAN MINGELS Mechanic Place Franklin " Jeannie " Virtue—Individuality Favorite Memory— ' 61- ' 63 Favorite Companion—The Invader—P. G. Outstanding Characteristic—My sneeze " Tall, sleek, and very neat. " Wherever you see people enjoying life, Jeannie is sure to be in the midst of them. She always tries to see that those near her are satisfield. Jeannie is surely an individual with a personality all her own, and this is one of her pleasing assets. Activities: Drill Team 1; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN MOUREY 25 Pearl Street Franklin " Patty " Virtue—Light heartedness Favorite Memory—A certain Italian Ambition—To be a teacher Philosophy—Learn as if you would live forever; live today as if you were to die tomorrow " When there ' s fun she ' s always in it. Never still for half a minute. " Patty is one girl who is a hard-working, conscientious senior always striving for high marks. She loves social activities and opportune moments. With her many gifts, she is sure to enlighten our world. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Curtain and Cue Club 3; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Oskey 3, 4; Dance Commit¬ tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3. LYNDA JEANNE MUCCIARONE 260 Pond Street Franklin " Mooch " Virtue—Non-conformity Favorite Memory—September 22, 1962 Ambition—To become a medical secretary Pet Peeve—Dumb blondes " Good nature is the richest quality of a personality. " With Lynda ' s personality and love of a good time, she can usually be found having fun with some of her many friends. Lynda ' s natural friendliness is sure to help her to success in the world. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Camera Club 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Oskey 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 3. SHARON JOYCE NEAL 50 Russell Street Franklin " Sharrie " Virtue—Individuality Vice—Gullibility Favorite Memory—Last summer Favorite Saying—C ' est la vie! " " Friendly, industrious, she is scientifically inclined. " Quiet in a chatty sort of way, Sharon joined our class in the junior year. Since then, she has won the friendship and respect of many. We are sure that this will continue everywhere she may go. Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Eastern Maine Music Festival 1, 2; Latin Banquet 1, 2; Girls ' Athletic Association 1, 2; Student Librarian 2; Driver Ed. 2. JANICE OGILVIE 18 Anthony Road Franklin " Jan " Virtue—Pleasantness Favorite Memory—Freshman year at F.H.S. Favorite Saying— " I could care. " Philosophy—You must give to get. " Curiosity is a virtue. " Janice is a sincere and happy-go-lucky classmate. With a smile for everyone she enjoys making new friends. Her personality and kindness make her presence enjoyed. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Oskey 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 1; In¬ tramurals 1; Driver Ed. 3; Camera Club 3; Commercial Club 4 NANCY MARGARET O ' BRIEN 23 Garfield Street Franklin " Nance " Virtue—Warmheartedness Favorite Memory—Summer in Lyndonville, Vermont Suppressed Desire—To visit Ireland Favorite Companion—Karen W. " Speech is silver; silence is golden. " Nancy is a girl with a varied personality. She is at times both serious and silly and always a lot of fun. Her sincere concern for others and her helpful sug¬ gestions have contributed to her happy high school life. Activities: Camera Club 3; Drill Team 1; Chorus 1; Driver Ed. 3. HELEN M. O ' CONNELL 737 Pond Street Franklin " Pudgy " Virtue—Poise Usually Found—In the midst of confusion Ambition—To find my place in life Philosophy—Always look for the best in people, for your worst enemy may be your best friend. " Quiet and neat; pleasant to meet. " Sweet little Irish colleen with poise and charm, that ' s Helen. Her abundant artistic talent has been a great asset to our class in many of our projects, and this talent will surely help Helen to a successful career. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Field Hockey 2; Intramurals 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 1, 2. LINDA F. ORLANDO 547 Pleasant Street Franklin Virtue—Lively nature Usually Found—In a ' 61 blue and white Ford Ambition—to go on to school Suppressed Desire—To be happy whatever I do " Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday " Linda ' s sparkling voice has entertained many an Oskey audience. This talent and her trim appearance and gay personality have given an added something to our class. These same qualities will give and add something to Linda ' s future. Activities: Majorettes 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. PAUL PALLADINI 323 West Central Street Franklin Virtue—Ability to get along with others Usually Found—Around Town Favorite Companion—My car Pet Peeve—Working on Saturday nights " Humorous and mellow, a most friendly fellow. " Paul is one of our most pleasant boys. Never serious but always looking for fun, he is usually found grinning and enjoying the company of other classmates. His calm manner makes one feel at ease. Activities: Track 1; Driver Ed. 2. 3 Royal Court STEVEN M. PAPP " Steve " Franklin v | 54 1 " Ml Virtue—Veracity Favorite Memory—Chemistry Lab Philosophy—Take it easy Pet Peeve—Homework " Every sound shall end in silence, but the silence never dies. " Although Steve is a reserved member of our class, his friends find him an interesting person. His witty remarks bring laughs from most of us. A devoted student, he will be rewarded for his steadfastness. Activities: Driver Ed. 3. JOANNE M. PASQUANTONIO 1 12 Cottage Street Franklin Virtue—Good Humor Favorite Memory—Seventeenth summer Ambition—To teach young children Pet Peeve—The END of the line " Good natured and full of fun. " A witty and petite miss is Joanne. Her friendliness and good naturedness have won her a score of friends to whom she has shown her sincerity. With her in¬ terest in people, we are sure Joanne will find happiness. Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 4; Oskey 1; Girls ' Softball 1, 2; Girls ' Basketball 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Grand March 3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Class Play. EDWARD R. PELLEGRI, JR. 110 Alpine Place Franklin " Ed " Virtue—Tolerance Usually Found—At the Country Club Suppressed Desire—To play four quarters of a basketball game Philosophy—Help somebody besides yourself. " Tall of stature; calm of mind. " Ed appears tall and quiet, but his many friends know of his satirical humor. Ed plays basketball with determination, and we are sure this same determination will help him win throughout life. Activities: Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Sr. Honor Society 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. LINDA LOUISE PELLEGRI 36 Ruggles Street Franklin " Lindy Lou " Virtue—Lightheartedness Favorite Memory—Many complications with Gary and Les. Suppressed Desire—To have a candle light wedding Favorite Companion—Charlotte Friendly, likeable, never a care. One like her is very rare. A helping hand accompanied by a smile is Linda ' s menu for friendship. She can be found in a group of laughing, chattering senior girls. Her friendliness is sure to be always a great help to her. Activities: Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 JOHN PISANI 422 Maple Street Franklin Virtue—Likeable Nature Usually Found—Away from home Favorite Saying— " You know that! " Pet Peeve—Cars that don ' t start " A man is always better than a book.” Everyone ' s friend is John. Always in on good fun, John can be found help¬ ing his many friends. His eagerness and alertness will carry him far after graduation. Activities: Band 1, 2; Driver Ed. 2. BARBARA ANN PISINI 80 Lewis Street Franklin " Barb " Virtue—Contentment Usually Found—With the Rangerettes Suppressed Desire—To travel Favorite Companion—Kathy R. " A gay spirit is the source of all that is good. " Barbara, an energetic booster of the Rangerette Drill Team is a girl with a broad smile and easy nature. With a love of travel, Barbara ' s breezing along in her little black car is no wonder to us. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. WILLIAM A. PISANI 6 Sugarbeet Road Franklin Virtue—Businesslike Manner Usually Found—Tending Fathers ' store Ambition—to be a state trooper Favorite Companion—The typewriter " Thy wit is bitter sweetening; it is a most sharp sauce. " Billy is the boy with a million and one jokes. Witty and cheerful, he always kepes us laughing. With these qualities, success is bound to be Billy ' s future. Activities: Commercial Club 4; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. 3. ALEXANDER PIZZI 1 1 1 Washington Street Franklin ' Alex ' Virtue—Easy-going manner Usually Found—In a white Chevy Suppressed Desire—To belong to the U. S. Senate Ambition—To become a Lawyer " A smile is a trademark of a happy soul. ' ' An ever-present smile and a likeable personality identify Alex. This co-opera¬ tive senior speaks only the kindest words to those that he encounters. Best of luck in your ambitions, Alex. Activities: Junior Varsity Football 1; Intramurals 2, 3; Grand March 3, Driver Ed. 3. WANDA POLA POREMSKI 19 Marvin Avenue Franklin Virtue—Gentleness Usually Found—In a little blue Comet Favorite Memory—September 19, 1964 Pet Peeve—Secrets " Live life while ye may. " An attractive blonde with a serene nature is that which one may find Wanda to be. A friend to many, Wanda possesses an expected smile and unpretending attitude. Her participation in extracurricular activities has proven beneficial. Activities: Drill team 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3, 4. LORRAINE HELEN PROULX 527 King Street Franklin Virtue—Artistic Ability Vice—Critical attitude Usually Found—In an F85 Philosophy—If you want something done—do it yourself. " A merry heart and joyful manner. " Lorraine is a girl who considers life a happy game. Her artistic ability has helped our class in many ways. Her past looks on innumerable friendships and her future looks forward to more of the same. Activities: Drill team 1, 2; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, Grand March 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. 1 MARJORIE PRUE 65 Oak Street Franklin Virtue—Determination Usually Found—In an argument Favorite Companions—Jeanne and Rut ' n Outstanding Characteristic—Frowning " The secret of success is constancy to purpose. " A good amount of ability and a balance of hard work sum up to four suc¬ cessful years of scholastic achievement for Margie. With her sense of responsibility and determination, a successful future is assured. Activities: Majorettes 1, 2; Camera Club 3, 4; Chorus 1; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3 Yearbook Staff 4. 124 King Street Franklin ' Rab " Virtue—Determination Usually Found—In a ' 59 Plymouth Favorite Memory—Class of ' 62 Philosophy—Live and let live. " Life, if used well, is long enough " Linda, our hard-working co-editor can be counted on to do a job and to do it well. Her pleasing personality and dependability have won her a score of friends and admiration. Linda is sure to achieve anything which she sets out to accomplish as she has in the past. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Honor Society 4; Marshal 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Spanish Club 4; Co-Editor 4; Driver Ed. 3. 142 Cottage Street Franklin LINDA ANN RABAIOLI DOMENIC RANIERI " Tweedie " Virtue—Dedication Usually Found—Eileen ' s house Favorite Memory—Card games in my garage. Suppressed Desire—To make a bundle " In action faithful; in honor clean. " Dom is renowned for his enlightning conversations, wonderful sense of humor, and outstanding generosity. With his business experience, little will be needed to reach his goals. Activities: Dance Committees 3, 4; Grand March 4. PETER ANTHONY REALINI 193 Beaver Street Franklin " Pete " Virtue—Kind word Usually Found—Uptown Ambition—To own a fifty-foot yacht Suppressed Desire—To go to Hawaii " Wit makes its own welcome, and levels distinction. " To us, Peter is a boy with a sparkling sense of humor and an agreeable smile. He is known to be a regular visitor of a local barber shop, talking about the news of the town. Activities: Intramurals 2. WARREN A. REVELL 9 Lincoln Street Franklin " Tootie " Virtue—Dependability Usually Found—Almost anywhere Favorite Memory—Parties Favorite Companion— Everybody " The things in life I like the best are lots of eats and lots of rest. " Warren is someone in the class that everyone may call a friend. If there is ever anything that he can do to help, he is always present and willing to con¬ tribute. Without a person like Warren, we would be missing a great deal. Activities: Future Teachers ' Club 3; Varsity Football Manager 2, 3, 4; Varsity Bas¬ ketball Manager 2; Grand March 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; Driver Education 3. CYNTHIA RICHARDS 5 Sahlin Circle " Cindy " " Tiger " Virtue—Athletic Ability Usually Found—In the gym Favorite Saying—What a panic! Favorite Companion—Joannie " Not too serious, not too gay; a good friend in every way. " Cindy, one of the best athletes of our class, displays her great sportsmanship in anything she does. On a field or off, it ' s reassuring to know that she is on your team. Activities: Drill Team 1; Camera Club 2; Girls ' Softball 3, 4; Girls ' Field Hockey 4; Girls ' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Projection Club 2; Driver Ed. 4. in - ■ Franklin KATHLEEN RIDGE 234 Conlyn Avenue Franklin “Kathy " Virtue—Thoughtfulness Favorite Memory—Freshman year Ambition—To become a legal secretary Pet Peeve—Beatles Kathy is a member of the business group and tickles the typewriter with the best of them. Her conscientious and courteous manner will help her in her chosen profession. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. JOSEPH RILEY 882 Pond Street Franklin “Leo " Virtue—Wit Favorite Saying— " What a hot ticket! " Ambition—To be a millionaire Pet Peeve— " Mad Magazine " " Haste makes waste; therefore, I never hasten. " Joe, one of the most likable fellows in school, can usually be found joking or teasing. His varied interests make him an interesting person to know, and his unexpected remarks always inspire laughter. Activities: Camera Club 2; Track 1; Cross Country 4; Driver Ed. 4. 143 Hillside Road JOHN H. RIZOLI, JR. ' Jack ' Franklin Virtue—Willing nature Usually Found—Away from home Ambition—To become a teacher Pet Peeve—Homework " Never mind about tomorrow; it ' s always today. " When you need help for a social function, call on Jack, one of our most willing and tireless workers. As a participant in dramatics, the Camera Club, and the Future Teachers, Jack has enjoyed a well-rounded high school career. Activities: Camera Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Festival 1, 3; Senior Class Play; Driver Ed. 3 • DONNA MARIE ROGERS 6 Cottage Court Franklin " Giggles " Virtue: Sweet disposition Suppressed Desire: To make a certain someone happy Favorite Companion: Johnny p et Peeve: Balloons " The end proveth everything. " Donna, a friendly and willing classmate, has gained recognition in the field of home economics. An excellent seamstress, she is sure to realize achievement in her enjoyable and rewarding work. Activities: Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey, 1, 2, 3, 4 Virtue: Calm Nature Favorite Memory: Chem Lab Favorite Saying: " Don ' t worry about it. " Philosophy: Get the most out of life. " What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? " Pat ' s quick smile coupled with her wit and humor has helped her make many friends. Full of fun, but also possessing a serious side, Pat has many good quali¬ ties which will greatly contribute to her future. Activities: Camera Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals, 2; Dance Committees, 3; Grand March, 3; Driver Ed. 3. PARKER RUSSELL 5 Crescent Street Franklin " Russ " Virtue: Bouncy Nature Ambition: To be a state trooper Suppressed Desire: To get an A in Chemistry Philosophy: Of what shall a man be proud if he is not proud of his friends? " Men are not measured by inches. " An active, avid artist, Russ has shown his talent for the past four years in a most beneficial way where our class is concerned. Not afraid to speak his mind, neither is he fearful of having a good time. Activities: Golf Team 1, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football Manager 1; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. PATRICIA ROOT Washington Street Franklin JANET C. RUTAN Terry ' s smile and easy-going manner go everywhere and anywhere. Devoted to driving and fixing cars and to having a good time, Terry certainly has made and will make the most of what life offers. Activities: Grand March 3, 4. Franklin 19 Betten Court TERRILL DAVID SANBORN 1 70 Grove Street Franklin ' Terry ' Virtue—Mechanical Ability Usually Found—Under a hood Favorite Saying— " Ask me if I care? " Pet Peeve—Freshman ILENA SCANLON 200 School Street Franklin Virtue—Independent Ways Vice—Moodiness Ambition—To be a nurse Favorite Companions—Cindy and Cindy " My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me. " Ilena is one of Franklin High ' s most pleasing girls, full of vim and vigor. When she puts her energy to work, she comes out on top. When Ilena gets into mischief, she usually gets herself out with a quick word. Activities: Drill Team 1; Camera Club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Intramurals 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3 " Rut ' n " Virtue—Optimism Usually Found—At W. P. ' s house Ambition—To weigh 110 Pet Peeve—Waiting for a certain itch " Why should I worry and make myself mad. " A speedy typist who can take shorthand as quick as lightning—that is Janet. Calm, cool, and collected, she is sure to make office work a delight. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Commercial Club 4; Grand March 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committee 2, 3; Driver Education 3. ■ ■ ■ feN. 36 Pyne Circle CHERYL LORRAINE SCIBETTA ' Sherry ' Franklin Virtue—Gracefulness Usually Found—Flirting Ambition—To become an airline stewardess Favorite Companion—Kathy " A quiet conscience makes one so serene. " Cheryl ' s poise, grace, and smile have been pleasing assets to our class. Friendliness and a good sense of humor should lead to a shining career as an airline stewardess. Activities: Chorus 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Oskey 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. ANNE THORNDIKE SEWELL 43 Highland Street Franklin ' Andy ' Virtue—Femininity Suppressed Desire—To live like my sister Philosophy—It matters not how long you live, but how well. Outstanding Characteristic—Freckles " It ' s nice to be natural when you ' re naturally nice. " Sweet, gentle, feminine are only a few adjectives that can describe Andy. Her ability to make friends and to get along with people will insure her a long and happy life. Activities: Drill Team 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Oskey 1, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4. STEVEN L. SHANGRAW 391 East Central Street Franklin ' Steve ' Virtue—Thoughtfulness Favorite Memory—Moonlight on Lake Pearl Philosophy—Plan for tomorrow but live for today. Pet Peeve—Inconsideration " Hear and see, and be still. " Steve is a classmate who can be trusted to be serious during those tense moments experienced in high school. A boy with a mild disposition, a worker with an objective, Steve is sure to take advantage of all opportunities. Activities: Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. EVELYN SHAW Hillside Road Franklin " Evey " Virtue—Pep Usually Found—At Dan ' s house Favorite Memory—Lakeview Suppressed Desire—To become a " Mrs. " " A light heart lives long. " This petite little girl is just bubbling over with pep, vim, and vigor. Her admired diamond shines out in the drill team and chorus, two of her favorite activities. Activities: Oskey 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Driver Education 4 JANET SHEA 1295 Pond Street Franklin " Jan " Virtue—Happy nature Pet Peeve—Wasted time Ambition—To join the Peace Corps Usually Found—With my horse " The way to be happy is to make others so. " Janet, one of our shortest girls, makes up for her size with a vibrant and outgoing nature. Her giggle and tacit approval make her a pleasure to know and a joy to work with. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Club 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Driver Ed. 1. JUDITH SHEA 1 295 Pond Street Franklin " Judy " Virtue—Grateful manner Favorite Memory—October 10, 1962 Ambition—To major in voice Philosophy—Gifts from God are worth waiting for. " Music washes away from the soul the dust of every day. " The sweet, ringing voice that has rung out in our auditorium belongs to Judy. A calm, reserved, and friendly disposition has added to her entertainment. Best of luck goes with Judy as she enters the rewarding field of music. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 4; Grand March 4; Driver Ed. 1. JANET JEAN SHELDON 1 339 Pond Street Franklin Virtue—Cordial Manner Usually Found—In Medway Suppressed Desire—To study in Europe Philosophy—Take Life as it comes. " Calmly she goes along her way. " Sometimes gay, sometimes serious, but always friendly, Janet has met school life with the same energy. Her determination will assure her much success in the future. Activities: Chorus 1; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Girls ' Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 2. JOHN JEFFREY SIMMONS 11 Betten Court Franklin " Jeff " Virtue—Individuality Ambition—A career in the Navy Philosophy— " Non omnis moriar " Pet Peeve—Poison Ivy " Logic is logic. That ' s all I say. " Behind that subtle and calm expression lies an active mind with a variety of interests. Jeff has a unique attitude combined with a dry humor making him the interesting person we know he is. Activities: Driver Education 2. Virtue—Quiet Manner Usually Found—With Eleanor Favorite Companion—David Pet Peeve—Getting up in the morning ' Silence is expressive Don is one of the quiet but ever-present members of our class. His kindness is one of his best-known virtues. As a four-year veteran of the band, Don has contributed to its growing success. DONALD LEE SMITH 165 West Central Street Franklin ' Donnie ' Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Intramurals 2; Driver Ed. 4. ROSALIE ANNE SMITH 24 Pinehurst Street Franklin " Rosebud " Virtue—Loquaciousness Usually Found—At the record shop Ambition—To be a bookkeeper Philosophy—Just be yourself " Happy, gay, it may be either; She will help you if you need her. " Rosalie, loquacious and merry, enjoys the company of all her classmates. As she is always ready to volunteer, activities find her a helpful member. A vibrant nature combined with a businesslike approach will see her through her future work. Activities: Drill Team 2; Chorus 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Future Nurses ' Club 3; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Intramurals 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. JEANNE E. SOCCI 13 Ray Street Franklin " Sose " Virtue—Sociability Usually Found—With Dennis Philosophy—Always keep smiling. Favorite Companions—Mad and Rut ' n " Mildness makes for happiness. " Blonde and blue-eyed is our best-looking girl. Jeanne ' s pleasant ways and graceful approach add to her comely appearance. Jeanne is sure to enjoy the pleasure and company of the friends she has made for many years to come. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Camera Club 2; Chorus 1; Oskey 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3; Driver Ed. 3; Commercial Club 4. PAUL EDMUND SMITH 83 Alpine Place Franklin " Smitty " Virtue—Stature Usually Found—In ' 55 Chevy Favorite Memory—Sheet Metal Class Pet Peeve—Walking to school " Silent waters run deep. " Paul is so quiet that many of us have missed the pleasure of his company. Those that know Paul have respected his opinions which are delivered with self assurance. Good luck to Paul in his future aims. Activities: Driver Ed. 3. TONI ANNE STEWART 3 Colt Road Franklin Virtue—Poise Favorite Memory—The Proms Favorite Saying— " I don ' t care. " Ambition—To become an artist. " The things that go on in her mind Are always thoughtful, generous, and kind. " Toni, a new addition to our class, has made many friends. Her love for ani¬ mals and art is sure to bring her pleasure in life. Her cuteness and " dewy " per¬ sonality will also add to her success. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses ' Club 3; Girls ' Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 4; Driver Ed. 2. ■ ■ aa ■ LINDA JANE STOBBART 454 East Central Street Franklin " Stobbie " Virtue—Sweet Disposition Favorite Memory—Miami and Hollywood Beach Suppressed Desire—To be hysterically happy Pet Peev e—Working at Newberry ' s " Always calm and unruffled She never loses her temper. " Poise, willingness to lend a helping hand, and cuteness typify Stobbie. One seldom finds a girl with such a natural air of confidence about her, but in all that Linda does this quality is evident. Activities: Curtain and Cue Club 3; Future Nurses ' Club 3; Oskey 1; Grand March 3, 4; Drill Team 1. Maple Street Franklin " Sudsy " Virtue—Wit Usually Found—With " H " Favorite Saying— " Ya, Jim. " Suppressed Desire—To own a car that runs " smile, I laugh, and, when necessary, I work. " Dave is a newcomer to our class, but one would never know it. He has won the friendship and admiration of all who know him. Kind, friendly and extremely witty, there is no doubt but that Dave will experience a bright life. Activities: Golf Team 2; Intramurals 2; Chemistry Club 3; History Club 1; Science Club 2. DAVID SUTCLIFFE GLORIA ANN SWAHN ROBERT E. THAYER, JR. 64 Summer Street Franklin " Bob " Virtue—Sunny Disposition Usually Found—Fooling around in the band room Ambition—To teach history Favorite Companions—J.R. and C.Z. " A gentleman makes no noise. " Bob ' s sunny smile is a noticeable feature in the Franklin High Band where he has played for four years. Bob has the disposition to match his smile. Laugh¬ ing and joking, he is sure to meet with success after high school. 781 Washington Street Franklin " Swannee " Virtue—Gentle Manner Favorite Memory—June 19 (Lake Pearl) Philosophy—One ' s better than none at all. Favorite Companion—The Gang " You can never show better than your own natural self. " Gloria ' s qualities, politeness and friendliness, are the chief points of her un¬ alloyed nature. As both a friend and student, Gloria is thought highly of by all her classmates. She has a fine nature which will prove a benefit to her. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3. ANNE TAYLOR " Variety is the mother of enjoyment. " 705 Pond Street Virtue—Amiability Usually Found—In a little gray jeep Favorite Memory—October 31, 1963 Favorite Companion—Donny We never see too much of Anne; but when she is around, her helpfulness is always welcome. She has been a steady participant in the chorus and drill team and has helped to make them both successful activities. Activities: Drill Team 1, 3, 4; Camera Club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intr amurals 1, 2; Driver Ed. 3. Franklin Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Oskey 3 4; Track 2; Grand March 3; Driver Ed. m WALLACE J. THIBEAU Activities: Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 38 Summer Street Franklin " Wally " Virtue: Wittiness Usually Found: Not home Favorite Memory: Florida Favorite Companions: Paul Don " Ever friendly, ever gay, a cheerful heart, that ' s his way. " Wally is a boy who can be described in just three words—happy-go-lucky. He has always contributed to the pleasurable times at F.H.S. We hope that his happy ways accompany him to future happiness. Activities: Jr. Varsity Football 1, Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, Driver Ed. 3. JAMES THORNHILL, JR. 27 Alpine Row Franklin " Jimmy " Virtue—Line Usually Found—With Sally Favorite Memory—Freshman year Ambition—To be an architect “Muscles of iron—heart of gold. " Witty, happy, and full of fun, that is Jimmy. He is always ready with his witty comments to add laughs to any conversation. We know that Lady Luck will give Jimmy her blessing. Activities: Grand March 4. WALTER THORNHILL Maple Street " I know nothing of tomorrow; my business is to be happy today. " Wally, with his witty sense of humor and teasing manner, can usually be found in the middle of a group having-fun. Surely his sense of humor will come in, handy in the future. Franklin " Wally " Virtue—Sociability Usually Found—With Susan Favorite Companion—T. F. Pet Peeve—Football Practice THOMAS THUM SUDEN 67 Dean Avenue Franklin " Leenie " Virtue: Bubbling Nature Favorite Memory: M. ( H., M., S., K. Ambition: To be another Florence Nightingale Favorite Companion: Dommy " Great is truth, and mighty above all things. " Eileen is the girl who is a friend to all. Sincere and trustworthy, the vice- president of the Future Teachers ' Club can be counted on to come through on every job. Her gay laugh has brightened our corridors through the years. Activities: Drill Team 2; Chorus 1, 3; Curtain and Cue Club 3; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor Society 2; Oskey 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockomock Forum 3; Driver Ed. 3. 490 Lincoln Street Franklin DONALD J. THYNE, JR. 199 Oak Street Franklin " Red " Virtue: Singing Ability Vice: Temper Ambition: To become an architect Suppressed Desire: To go to Florida " A song is more lasting than the riches of the world. " Don is our red-headed Irishman with the twinkling eyes and flirtatious wink. A fellow who enjoys mischief, he has a serious and dedicated side also. Don has been a vocalist enjoyed by our Oskey audiences. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Oskey 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2, 3; Junior Varsity basket ball 1, 2; Grand March 3; Dance Committee 3; Driver Ed. 3. " Tom " Virtue: Pleasantness Favorite Memory: The World ' s Fair Suppressed Desire: To own a Grand Prix Ambition: To become a stockbroker " Quiet, but sure. " Tom, another of our newcomers, possesses a cooperative nature and a desire to get things done. Those who know Tom will confirm that he is a reliable friend. We hope his stay at Franklin High has proven rewarding. Activities: Junior Varsity Basketball 3. EILEEN FRANCES TIGUE ROBERT J. VOZZELLA 50-A Pleasant Street Franklin " Vozzie " Virtue—Sportsmanship Favorite Memory—Being Co-captain of the Football Team Favorite Saying— " Hey, Buddy! " Favorite Companion—Diane " A faithful, loyal member who will not be soon forgotten. " Bob served very capably as a co-captain of our successful football team. Through his leadership and sportsmanship. Bob has earned the admiration and respect of many of his classmates. These same qualities will lead to a successful future. Activities: Weightlifting Club 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 1 RONALD VOZZELLA 50-A Pleasant Street Franklin " Vozzie " Virtue—Manners Usually Found—Looking for my brother Favorite Memory—Being Co-captain of the Football Team Ambition—To get rich " Two qualities that surely blend, a good sport and a loyal friend. " Although he may seem quiet, the people who know Ronnie are aware that he is a very friendly person. Ronnie has been one of the key men on this year ' s football team and we wish him luck in his future plans. Activities: Weightlifting Club 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 1 JANET MARIE WALSH Shepard Road Franklin ' Red ' Virtue—Poise Favorite Memory—George Washington ' s Birthday 1964 Ambition—To get through college Philosophy—Smile, the world is what you make it. " Intelligence, friendliness, and fun; All wrapped up in one. " Janet, one of our best looking and most sociable girls, came to F.H.S. in our Junior year. During her short stay she has participated in numerous school func¬ tions and has augmented school spirit through her activity. Activities: Journalism 1; Girls ' Athletic Assoc. 2; Prom Committee 3; Marshal 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 1; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. ROSS WAMBOLT Prospect Street Franklin ' Howie " Virtue—Versatility Usually Found—Not alone Favorite Saying—You ' re nice! Right. Suppressed Desire—To be a well-to-do bachelor. " Good at work, better at play; willing to talk to the girls all day. " Ross, a classmate with many interests, has shown his versatility in every aspect. We are sure that Ross, our best actor and dancer, with his witty and flirty nature, finds his presence always welcome. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Curtain and Cue Club 3; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Junior Class Play 3; Senior Class Play 4; Drama Festival 3, 4; Senior Class Play Commit¬ tee 4; Driver Ed. 2 " Her smile shows friendship " Activities: Camera Club 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Oskey 1, 2; Intramurals 3; Driver Ed. 3, 4 KAREN ANNE WEBBER 31 West Park Street Franklin Virtue—Soft speaking manner Favorite Memory—December 19, 1964 Suppressed Desire—To go to Ireland Pet Peeve—Being called " Red " Karen, the Irish Miss with the sparkling eyes, is one of our calm, cool, and collected senior girls. One can be sure that a conversation with Karen will be friendly and delightful. May her future sparkle as does her diamond. NANCY E. WHITE 286 Partridge Street Franklin Virtue—Serenity Favorite Memory—Mr. Quinlan ' s history class Suppressed Desire—To be taller Favorite Companion—A certain someone " She smiled and the shadows departed. " Nancy is one of the most pleasing girls in our class. She has all the character¬ istics that will assure her happiness in the future. Her warm smile and friendly ways will go on to win her many more friends. Activities: Drill Team 1; Camera Club 3, 4; Chorus 1; Oskey 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Grand March 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Ed. 2 ALAN WAYNE WILLARD ARTHUR E. WYLLIE Peck Street Franklin Virtue—Sincerity Usually Found—In a chair Ambition—To become an Electronics Technician Pet Peeve—Nosey people and itchy dogs. " Silence is a virtue well guarded. " Although Arthur is very quiet, his diligent work is a testimony of his ability. A cheerful smile is his greeting for all those who share classes with him. 529 Pleasant Street Franklin " Al " Virtue—Carefree Ways Usually Found—With Helen Favorite Companion—Saber Pet Peeve—Doing Dishes " Wit makes its own welcome. " Alan, although he is recognized by his shyness, never fails to employ his thoughtful and considerate manner. Those who know Alan the best will testify to his use of humor that causes much glee. Activities: Band 3; Chorus 1; Grand March 4; Driver Ed. 4. BARBARA A. WILLIAMS 214 Summer Street Franklin " Barb " Virtue—Carefree Nature Usually Found-»-ln a ' 61 Comet Favorite Saying— " When do we eat? " Ambition—To do good at whatever I may do " Full of sparkle, full of pep, She ' s a girl we won ' t forget. " Happy-Go Lucky! That ' s just the adjective to describe our carefree and gay Barbara. Her pleasing personality and her willingness to help others have also made her well-liked by all her classmates. Activities: Drill Team 1, 2; Camera Club 3, 4; Chorus 1, Marshal 3, 4; Girls ' Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3. Activities: Camera Club 4; Driver Ed. 4. f JUNE C. YADISERNIA 12 Marvin Avenue Franklin Virtue—Vitality Favorite Memory—Mikie Favorite Saying—“Yah, okay " Suppressed Desire—To live my freshman year over " Fun, laughter, and mischief all day. Life ' s too short to be anything but gay. " Wherever excitement is to be found, June is in the midst of it. As co-captain of the cheerleaders, she with her vibrant nature has added much to school spirit. No matter what she encounters, we know her smile will not fade. Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3 Virtue—Personality Usually Found—In the Band Room Ambition—To become an engineer Favorite Saying— " Censored " " A little mischief relieves the monotony. " Seldom serious, Charlie contributes many witty remarks to any conversation, whether it be with school mates or teachers. An active participant in the band during his high school career, he has often exhibited his ability with the clarinet at assemblies and sports events. Activities: Band 1,2, 3, 4; Oskey 4; Driver Ed. 4. SHERRIE LEE ZIMMER 1386 Pond Street Franklin Virtue—Outgoing nature Ambition—To become a surgical nurse Favorite Companion—Sandy and llena Pet Peeve—Signs " A witty woman is a treasure. " Sherri, the senior with the cheerful laugh can usually be found excitedly relating some of her interesting happenings. As well as earning honor grades, Sherri has been a beneficial help in extracurricular activities. Activities: Camera Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Future Nurses ' Club 4; Future Teachers 3; Junior Honor Society 1; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Year¬ book Staff 4. CHARLES ZARKADAS 175 Oak Street " The Greek " Franklin 75 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Cheryl Martello John Allen CLASS FLIRT Patty Mourey Wally Thornhill CUTEST Toni Stewart Jack DeLucia BEST LOOKING Jeanne Socci Doug Hart MOST POPULAR Mary Ellen Cody Bob Hunchard MOST POISED Helen O ' Connell Steve Keller BEST MANNERED Helen Hill Bill Blanchard MOST GULLIBLE Linda Stobbart Bob Lola CLASS COUPLE Dom Ranieri Eileen Tigue MOST BUSINESSLIKE Linda De Baggis Bill Pisani if m BEST ACTOR ACTRESS Janet Goguen Ross Wambolt MOST LOQUACIOUS Sally Esterly Bob Gilbert MOST MUSICAL Dot Cook Charlie Zarkadas TYPICAL F.H.S. Mary Ellen Cody Tom Feeley QUIETEST Elaine Doherty Blair Campbell k i J Jl» MOST AMBITIOUS Susanna Crawford Alan Moore MOST VERSATILE Cheryl Martello Ross Wambolt CLASS POLITICIANS Pat DeBaggis Bob Gilbert MOST INTELLECTUAL Mary Ellen DiMartino Paul Freniere NEATEST Cynthia tuszcz Stephen keller . ' ■V " , f ISP ‘ H sas MfeK TALLEST Lynne Ellis Eddie Pellegri HHH MOST SINCERE Nancy White Peter Longobardi HAPPY-GO-LUCKY Charlotte Herren Paul Longobardi MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY Linda Rabaioli Bob Hunchard BEST ATHLETE Cynthia Richards Richard McGregor BEST DANCERS Janet Macfarland Ross Wambolt DID MOST FOR F.H.S. Cheryl Martello Tom O ' Grady CLASS ARTISTS Helen O ' Connell Parker Russell SHORTEST Nancy Bertoni Owen Emery . CLASS POETS Mary Ellen DiMartino Peter Delfino BEST DRESSED Sandra Malinowicz Bill Marcelli MOST RESPECTED Linda James Tom O ' Grady BEST SMILE Mary Cody Dom Bertoni CLASS TEASE Charlotte Herren Brian Costello WITTIEST Charlotte Herren David Sutcliffe MOST GENEROUS Helen O ' Connell Jim Caldararo SENIOR ACTIVITIES Senior Class Play CHEAPER THE DOZEN HOLLY QUEEN Sandra Baglioni I told you school would drive me up a wall And the first man said . . . SHH wgsgm BMiyuua w - Em Post says ■ v I ' m on Candid Camera?! » I ' d rather fight than switch Close the door ear - i Dream Along With Us t move or I ' ll shoot. Don Hey Serg placed You wouldn t dare tell! The bride feeds the groom You ' re going to do what!!!!! Three ' s a crowd 1, 2, Cha-cha-cha Caught in the act, ■ A lion among ladies. Charge! 1 I ' ll zap you. Initiation inda i ' aul I TfjjP i|8 ‘4 W 1 L JlL. mM Ik? S§§|‘| •1 " ' " ■ 1 isancy Donna Janet ancy ' Qnna wier yj J r nne iarilyn r ■ f P if. », ? ,:| . JJPfw ' ■.M i i‘4 Football The football team of 1964 had one of the best years in the history of Franklin High School with a 8-1 record, being defeated only by Oliver Ames. The mighty Panth¬ ers, under the leadership of Robert and Ronald Vozzella, scored 186 points and yield¬ ed only 42 points, which put them in second place in the Hockomock League. Coach Rex Ron Vozzella Bob Vozzella 96 F.H.S. Opp. Cohasset 31 6 Mansfield 16 13 Case 29 0 Apponequet 14 0 Foxboro 26 3 Oliver Ames 14 20 Uxbridge 36 0 Canton 24 0 King Philip 6 0 Coaches: Leone, Guenard, Rex, Marak Straight from the horses ' s mouth Hot Line VICTORY! Buddy Donny + The Sweet Taste of Victory Conference Whitey kicks another ‘ ■ M U- i t . i .L. Field Hockey Field Hockey, as a school sport, was started for the first time this past year. Due to the large turn out of girls interested in this sport, we were able to play varsity field hockey in the Hockomock League this year. Captains for the 1964 team were Susan Monier and Joanne DeGregorio. Under the direction of Coach Flaherty, the team played well and enthusiastically. We are sure that FHS is certain to be " Champs " in the near future. Gary The Franklin High Basketball Team, under the leadership of Co-captains Gary Mercer and Ed Pellegri, and Coach Bon- olli, had a successful season, winning 11 games and losing 10. The team finished fifth in the Hockomock League standings. Gary Mercer not only was the high scor¬ er in the league, but also scored over 1,000 points playing high school basket¬ ball. This year, the team entered the Bay State Tournament. Bellingham 65 60 Uxbridge 45 49 Mansfield 71 51 Alumni 62 43 Oliver Ames 71 99 Canton 50 47 Uxbridge 43 41 Randolph 87 63 King Philip 67 86 Foxboro 67 69 Stoughton 77 65 Sharon 57 52 Mansfield 81 75 Oliver Ames 53 71 Canton 61 48 Randolph 66 73 King Philip 55 58 Sharon 59 73 Stoughton 58 64 Foxboro 47 50 Bay State Tourney Berlington 54 38 Shoot, Paul Gary ' s 1,000th Your shirt ' s backwards! Tennis anyone? 24 Hour Protection And I ' m going home Basketball V. t ' ‘V. 4 x This year, for the first time, the girls played in the Hockomock League. Although the competition was great, the girls did a fine job. Under the direction of Coach Flaherty, we are sure that next year ' s team will be an even more successful team. Franklin 13 Stoughton Opponents 23 15 Sharon 27 27 Mansfield 23 23 Oliver Ames 33 41 Canton 27 40 K. P. 27 30 Canton 36 42 Foxboro 17 41 K. P. 27 Baseball Coach Leone Steve McDonald, Co-Captain Walter Thornhill, Co-Captain The 1965 baseball team, under the leader¬ ship of Co-captains Wally Thornhill and Steve McDonald and Coach Leone, should have a successful season. The team is a favorite for the league championship. They have seven out of nine returning starters, with three ex¬ perienced pitchers and an all-league short¬ stop. 08 Softball The girl ' s softball team launched itself in to the Hockomock League last May. Though the going was rough, our girls managed to win 6 out of 13 games. Franklin girls were the only team to contain the champion Fox- boro team to under 10 runs. With the en¬ tire team back, Franklin girls should have a fine record this year. FRANKLIN 4 Sharon 5 King Philip 2 Foxboro 4 Canton 27 Randolph 11 Stoughton 9 Easton 14 Mansfield 6 King Philip 4 Foxboro 11 Canton Won by default Ranc This year the track team lost four of their highly rated Seniors, but we are sure that this won ' t stop the panthers. Under the direction of Coach Gaura, the team will be out to beat their own record, which was 5 and 4. 1 Eddie Ronnie Pat Gene The Cross Country Team, coached by Mr. Gaura, won seven of its eleven meets. The team, lacking seniors, consisted of juniors and sophomores. The team finished fifth in the Hockomock League. F. H. S. Opp. Sharon 31 25 King Philip 31 24 Bellingham 34 21 Foxboro 25 34 Bellingham 35 21 Randolph 27 28 St. Mary 34 21 Canton 18 40 St. Mary 35 21 Oliver Ames 34 21 M2 Cheerleaders Mary Ellen Cody, June Yardisernia, Co-Captains; Maureen McKenna, Dottie Vendetti, Gayle D ' Amelio, Linda Sutcliffe, Debbie Crosta, Cindy Rose, Sandy DiCamillo. 1 T 1 ■ i S k. ■ W vB ■ a Jp | £ • B A t l J J I 1 I mF ] 1 ! 4 Officers: President, John Allen; Vice President, Julie Keefe; Secretary, Linda James; Treasurer, Betty Hagopian. The National Honor Society is made up of those worthy students who excel not only in scholarship but who have displayed with superiority those qualities of character, citizenship, leadership, and service. All of these attributes are prerequisites required before a student is considered for membership. An innovation to the Society this year is the weekly discussions held by Mr. Rainville and a few members. The purpose of these meetings is to discuss openly and intelligently, whether the topic of discussion be of a national or personal concern. A series of give and take sessions, all who-attend profit by some new idea or knowledge. As in the previous years, the National Honor Society has been success¬ ful in running concessions at the athletic events. A highlight of the year was a trip to the Bruin ' s hockey game. NATIONAL l HONOR SOCIETY A Honor Society l i £ Student Council Officers: President, Tom O ' Grady; Vice President, Don Dellorco; Secretary, Cheryl Martello; Treasurer, Linda Rabaioli. The Student Council has been instrumental in creating school spirit. The council has sponsored a number of pep rallies, conducted morning exercises, presented gifts to the elderly at Christmas, and presented a scholarship in memory of our late president, John F. Kennedy. Student suggestions are presented to the administration through the Student Council which attempts to bring a better cooperation between the student body and the faculty. Members attend the annual convention of Student Councils every spring. 117 Future Teachers ' Club Officers: President, Peter Longobardi; Vice President, Nancy Bertone; Secretary, Linda Rabaioli; Treasurer, Janet Goguen; Historian, David Bokelman; Parliamentarian, Pat DeBaggis. The Future Teachers Club has as its main purpose the acquainting of its members with the aspects of their future profession. In conjunction with this, a teachers ' career day was established. In this program, the members are in charge of classes for three days. This has proven to be a very successful endeavor. For the first time this year, the club has worked on extra activities to raise money for a scholarship to be given to a member 6f the graduating class who plans to enter the field of teaching. The club meets once a month under the direction of Mr. John DiLibero. 118 Future Nurses’ Club Officers: President, Marilyn Feeley; Vice President, Eileen Tigue; Secretary, Susan Turco; treasurer, Linda James. The Future Nurses Association, which has been in existence for only two years, was formed for the benefit of those who plan a career in the medical field. However, its purpose 6 to benefit not only Franklin High School, but the whole community. Among its attributes are the volunteer work in homes for the aged and for the child clinic in Franklin. The Future Nurses Association welcomes new members at the be¬ ginning of each school year, and the only qualifications are a will to work and a strong desire to be useful. Band The high school band increased in ability as well as membership every year. Under the direction of Mr. lacovelli, the band provides half-time entertainment at football games, exchange concerts, and school assem¬ blies, and represents Franklin High School in local pa¬ rades. Drill Team and Majorettes Commercial Club OHHHHgfi Officers: President, Linda DeBaggis; Vice President, Elaine Doherty; Secretary, Lynne Ellis; Treasurer, Janice Ferioli. The Commercial Club has been in existence for three years. The club raises money with its candy sales. This money is for the purpose of giv¬ ing a $100 scholarship to a member of the club who plans to continue his education, and to attend a play in Boston. 122 Camera Club Officers: President, Barbara Williams; Vice President, George Krauskopf; Secretary, Donna McWilliams; Treasurer, Sherri Zimmer. Learning how to handle a camera, to develop film, and to enlarge and print pictures is a challenge. At least the members of the Camera Club think so. With J. Murray Stevens as their advisor, the club meets on Fri¬ days during the activity period. 123 Chorus The chorus, comprised of all girls, has been increasing in its member¬ ship each year. The girls entertain at the annual Christmas concert, serve as a musical back-up at the annual Oskey show, and participate in the exchange concerts with neighboring schools. 124 Officers: President, Timothy Hoar; Vice President, Cheryl Martello; Secretary, Cynthia Dipietro; Treasurer, Jean Ayotte; Advisor: Susan V. Levy. The newly formed Circulo Espanol is under the advisorship of Miss Levy. The object of this club is to provide those interested in Spanish with the opportunity to speak it with their friends and to expose themselves to the art, music, history, and customs of the Spanish speaking countries. It is hoped that the club will continue its fine work. 125 An armband and a " You ' re going the wrong way " signify the F. H. S. marshals. Among their most difficult tasks are door holding, basement guarding, and lunch patrol. The squad consists of twenty-four loyal mem¬ bers, who let neither rain nor snow nor sleet nor hail keep them from their duties. We are sure that conditions at F. H. S. will improve as the marshal squad grows stronger. 126 8 “- ? f 1967 MOST POPULAR Carol Walsh Ron Pollard 131 Class c CLASS OFFICERS President, George Murphy; Vice. President, Glenn Parker; Secretary, Donna Dubois; Treasurer, Diane Audit. f 1968 MOST POPULAR Susan Paine Paul Mucciarone Sponsors Mr. Mrs. Benjamin D. Thomas Mr. Mrs. Henri C. Beane Mr. Mrs. Kenneth J. Rose Miss Alice L. Beane Miss Judith Ann Bernardo Mr. Mrs. Ronald M. Bonollo Mr. Mrs. Robert Brown Mr. Ronald P. Bucchanio Mr. Mrs. J. Foster Cass Miss Maureen A. Cassidy Mr. Mrs. John J. Crowley Miss Sara Dailey Mr. Mrs. John Di Libero Mr. Mrs. Frank Diorio Mr. Mrs. Wilfred Dufresne Mr. Mrs. Alan S. Evans Mr. Mrs,. James Farmer Miss Macy T. Flaherty Mr. Mrs. Stanley Fleming Miss Gail Fraser Mr. Mrs. Robert Gaura Mr. Mrs. Vito Gerardi Mr. Mrs. Charles Hinckley Miss Marion E. Holmes Mr. Anthony D. lacovelli Mr. Mrs. Ralph Jacobs Mr. Mrs. Warren Kemp Mr. Mrs. John Torrey Kenney Mr. Mrs. Charles LaSala Mr. Mrs. Gerard Leone Miss Susan Vida Levy Mr. Robert Lucien Mr. Mrs. Andrew J. Marak Mr. Mrs. Herman McCall Mr. Mrs. Edward L. McManus Mr. Mrs. John R. Moore Mr. Mrs. Joseph Nasuti Mr. Mrs. Kevin M. Quinlan Miss Katherine O ' Sullivan Mr. Roger A. Rainville Mr. Mrs. William J. Rex Mr. Mrs. Joseph Sheehan Mr. Mrs. J. Murray Stevens Mr. Mrs. Noah A. Strack Miss Rose M. Turco Mr. Mrs. Robert Vallee Mr. Mrs. Kenneth W. White Mr. Anthony R. Williams Mr. Mrs. Darcy Wilson Homeroom 14 Class of 1968 Homeroom 17 Class of 1968 Homeroom 18 Class of 1968 Class of 1967 Class of 1967 Class of 1967 Class of 1967 Class of 1966 Class of 1966 Homeroom 23 Homeroom 25 Homeroom 28 Homeroom 29 Homeroom 122 Homeroom 105 Miss Elizabeth Accorsi Dondi Mr. Mrs. John J. Allen, Jr. Mr. Mrs. John Beckman Mr. Mrs. Acenzio Bertoni Mr. Mrs. Stedman Briggs Mr. Mrs. Bruno Brunelli Mr. Mrs. James Caldararo Miss Zica Caldararo Mr. Mrs. Vernon Cameron Mr. Mrs. Louis A. Carlucci V, Mr. Mrs. Joseph Cody Mr. Mrs. Russell Cook Mr. Mrs. Floyd E. Cox Mr. Mrs. Howard Crawford Mr. Mrs. Daniel Crosta Mr. Mrs. Alexander DeBaggis Mr. Mrs. Emilo DeBaggis, Sr. Mr. Mrs. Dominic D. DiMartino Mr. Mrs. Edward Doherty Mr. Mrs. Richard Esterly Mr. Mrs. Dante Ferioli Mr. Mrs. Dino Geromini Mr. Mrs. Robert Goguen Mr. Mrs. Albert W. Huntley, Jr. Mr. Mrs. Edgar W. James Mr. Mrs. Joseph C. 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KEEFE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance of Every Need 5 East Central St., Franklin, Mass. Tel. 528-3310 FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., INC. Better Quality Furniture at Lower Prices for Over 50 Years LUCY ' S HOUSE OF BEAUTY 56 E. Central St. FRANKLIN, MASS. PURITAN DRUGS INC. PRESCRIPTIONS RAYMOND NABER, B.S., Reg. Pharm. Phone 528-0648 30 MAIN STREET FRANKLIN, MASS. " It ' s Friendly in Franklin " Tel. 528-3000 Anytime for FRIENDLY INSURANCE Real Estate—Travel Compliments of HELEN’S FASHIONS Compliments of SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 41 Main Street FRANKLIN, MASS. VALLEE JEWELER Main Street Room 207 2nd Floor FRANKLIN, MASS. Tel. 528-2300 Compliments of ROSENFIELD CONCRETE CO Milford, Mass. Plants at: Milford Ashland Walpole Waltham Dedham TEL. 473-7200 D. DIMARTINO CONSTRUCTION CORP. PECCI CLEANERS Pick Up and Delivery Service 334 Union Street FRANKLIN, MASS. Compliments of SULLY THE BARBER Tel. 528-0903 JIMMIE ' S, INC. Compliments of J. B. LIQUORS Best Wishes to the Class of ' 65 VARJIAN BROTHERS MARKET Compliments of SHERMEN CHEVROLET Compliments of PASINI FUNERAL HOME Fred L. Pasini, Funeral Dir. Compliments of BESSETTE FORD Dr. William F. Brady Dr. Edmund Cataldo Dr. Alan Chastanet Dr. Walter F. Crowley Dr. Lincoln C. Dana Dr. Richard M. Hancock, D.V.M. Dr. James Howard Dr. R. D. Mercer Dr. Ernest J. Pastorello Dr. David Pinsky Dr. C. E. Poirier, D.M.D. Dr. Francis Rice Dr. J. C. Siegel Dr. Harvey H. Snetsky Best Wishes to the Class of " 65 " VARJIAN ' S LAUNDERETTES SENTINEL PRESS, INC. and VARJIAN ' S FUEL SERVICE FRANKLIN TULSA NEIL J. ROCHE SERVICE STATION and 251 East Central Street Franklin, Mass. PAUL A. CATALDO Attorneys-at-Law Compliments of B C SHOE CO. FRANKLIN WOODWORKERS 12 Cottage Street Franklin, Mass. 20 Main Street Franklin, Mass. PHONE 528-1620 Kitchen Cabinets SIMON SONS, INC. Furniture and Appliances 54 East Central Street FRANKLIN, MASS. BRUNELU ' S STAR The Food Stores for People Who Care Compliments of FRANKLIN LOAN COMPANY Best Wishes DEAN CO-OPERATIVE BANK FRANKLIN, MASS. Compliments of CONTOURS UNLIMITED, INC. Compliments of FRANKLIN HOMES, INC. 65 Dean Street Compliments of J. D. DADDARIO, CO. Courtesy of RICHARD F. COSTELLO REALTOR Compliments of MILLER ' S TRUCK SALES CLARK CUTLER McDermott COMPANY TURCO PISANO COMPANY Dealers in Quality Foods Beer and Wine 23 Hutchinson Street Franklin, Mass. EXQUISITE MODERN , DECOR BRILLIANT WIDE SCREEN LliEli r OUR sincere BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1965 ' NEW % PLUSH SEATING CLEAN f MODERN PEST ROOMS 7mm Tcmmmmm Fa EE P IblKlIW 2 L DT I Homeroom 27 Class of 1967 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK m ♦Hs ■ FRANKLIN MILL STORE Compliments of LILY-ANN ' S DEBAGGIS D ' ERRICO, INC. Mitygud Bakery Products " It’s not only good, it’s mitygud 37 Ruggles Street Phone 528-0640 ■iL, JP- w ' I w Library Media Center Franklin High School Franklin, Massachusetts 02038 Oskey, 1965 Oskey, 1965 OSKEY. FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL I365-C.3 56546
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