Franklin High School - Oskey Yearbook (Franklin, MA)

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miiw rs! . ' i’ijI mm ■ ' :■ SQgi Franklin High School presents the OSKEY Class of 1968 i rf Education makes a people easy to lead , but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave. " When did morning ever break , and find such beaming eyes awake? " Hark , how chimes the passing bell!” rr Late, late , so late! but we can enter still. Too late , £00 late! ye cannot enter now. ” The power of Thought — the magic of the Mind!” rr My thoughts and I were of another world” rr And endless are the modes of speech and far Extends from side to side the field of words. ” rr But they will maintain the state of the world; And all their desire is in the work of their craft” r " m R y • Et ' 1 f jgT ' |PL. 4 | _J[ - B | ' ■£{ mlfSZW " ' «K||r i . Hr ! iii® PBw r T • ■if ffl ■Hf. ' b h ?(j? V f 7 ;. ip WMK r T • g J ;._ “- ,. ' t " ®8 e$ V KJ W M fr- iR a t ‘ ptJ: U Mp - Bte%l.i . r r .’ . ' F3r , - ■-• . i,Z ' ; Wwsm Hr - v ; v : ' ■ ' :? f-- y v:; StaiL $ . M Jffb ( 1 ■ ' •4 A t- ., r r v . ' -v " ’ iJ F -, • . J Y - ., 5- TT «, T jR IdiK k . ' 4 and play the game . 59 Tis not a life , Tis but a piece of childhood thrown away DEDICA TION The 1968 OSKEY is dedicated to a man who has given of his patience and understanding to guide us through our four years at Franklin High School. Though his time was consumed as a teacher and a coach he never failed to give us the advice and encouragement we needed. We wish to extend our gratitude to a “real great guy ’, our class advisor, Mr. Ronald Bonollo. 11 CONTENTS Remembering Directing Educating Recording Discovering Recognizing Leading and Following Enjoying Winning and Losing Buying and Selling REMEMBERING PAUL A YOTTE (1950-1964) rr In his young eyes a sudden glory shone, And I was dazzled by a sunset glow — And he was gone . ?? 13 DIRECTING BENJAMIN D. THOMAS Superintendent of Schools FRANKLIN SCHOOL COMMITTEE . to t. Carlo B. Geromini, Chairman; Leonard L. Remington, Frank E. DeLucia, J. Gerald Ryan, Charles F. Hooper ALBERT N. O’BRIEN Business Administrator HENRI C. BEANE, M.A Principal EDUCATING 16 HHB HL_T.. - - - - __ J HflpH j Ia ' aT • 1 Rj 1 GT d m- MISS MARION E. HOLMES. A.B., English MR. VITO V. GERADI, M.Ed., Industrial Arts DEPARTMENT HEADS MR. J. MURRAY STEVENS, M.Ed., Science MR. KEVIN M. QUINLAN, M.Ed., Social Studies MISS ROSE M. TURCO, M.Ed. Mathematics 18 MRS. MILDRED M. WHITE, B.S., Home Economics MR. WARREN R. KEMP, M.A., Languages MRS. JANET L. STRACK, B.S Business MR. JOHN W. DiLIBERO, M.Ed., Guidance MRS. EDNA B. DUFRESNE, A.B., Reading Coordinator 19 ENGLISH Miss Tunde M. GombasHaner, B.S. Mr. Joseph H. Gormley, B.S. Miss Gail Costello, B.A. Mr. Sidney S. Halet, M.A. Mrs. Judith D’Aniello, B.S. Mrs. Virginia Davis, B.S. Mr. Walter B. Rodgers, B.A. Mrs. Maureen C. Lydon, B.A. Mrs. Lucille Dougal, B.S. Mr. Myles M. Cook, B.A. ■v 20 Mr. Sidney N. Klein, B.A. Mr. J. Joseph Sheehan, A.B. Mr. Gerard T. Leone, B.S. Mr. Wyman H. Lord, M.Ed. Mr. Robert Crowley, B.S. Mr. John P. Costello, B.S. MA THEM A TICS Mrs. Marilyn A. Cataldo, B.S. Mr. John C. Alberto, B.S. 21 SCIENCE Mr. Paul G. Cooper, B.A. Miss Mary E. Carlson, B.S. Mr. Mason Kingsbury, M.Ed. Mr. Donald C. Walker, B.A. Mr. Louis J. George, B.A. Mr. Richard E. Parmenter, M.Ed. G UIDANCE Mr. Roger A. Rainville, M.Ed. Mrs. Edna B. McManus, M.Ed. Mr. Ronald P. Bucchanio, M.A. 22 LANG UA GES Miss Margaret M. Clark, A.B. Mrs. Florence T. Markee, M.S. Mrs. Rosamonde Wilson, M.A. Mrs. Claire Howard, B.S. Miss Phvllis-May Carberry, B.A. Mr. Mark Rice, M.Ed. Mrs. Eleanor D. Kenney, M.A. Mr. Robert R. Vallee, B.A. Miss Lauren A. Fay, B.A. HOME ECONOMICS 23 SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Harold T. illiarm. B.S. Mr. Paul H. Millrr. A.B. Mr. Nrllo J. Lurrini, Jr.. B. . Mr. Jovph Bok ha, B. A. Mr. K«d r»t ( akian, B.S. Mr. Jamc K. Chrlotti. B.S. B l SI MISS Miaa Judith A. Philipp, B.S. Mr. L n S. Ft an- , B.S. Mim l.inda Snnuiuki, B S. 24 Mrs. Esther Farmer, B.S. Miss Gail Fraser, B.S. Mrs. Diane LaSala, M.Ed. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Anthony V. Pisini Miss Marjorie Dumoulin, B.S. Mr. Paul Lombardi, B.S. Miss Alice L. Beane, M.Ed. Miss Sandra H. Prew, B.S. Mr. Ronald M. Bonollo, B.S. 25 INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Francis A. Molla, B.S. Mr. Louis G. Cecco, Jr. Mr. Anthony D. Iacovelli, M.A. Jr. Herman C. McCall, B.S. Mr. John J. Crowley, A.B. Mrs. Priscilla McNally, M.S. FINE ARTS Mr. Ernest F. Molla, B.S. Mr. Ralph F. Jacobs Mr. Charles Hinckley 26 SECRETARIES Mrs. Joseph N. Nasuti Miss Elaine Doherty Mrs. Frank G. Diorio CUSTODIANS Mr. Ernest Revell Mr. Tony Mucciarone Mr. Rodney Pisani Mr. Chester Hume Mr. Rocco Pisani Miss Marena Saster Mrs. Stanley Fleming Mrs. Richard Stack Mrs. Virginia Carr 27 RECORDING BUSINESS l.-r. Carrie DiPietro, Debbie Monier, Nancy Stobbart, Cheryl Infantine, Sam Pasquantonio, George Bullukian, Richard Mourey, Editor ' ART Tom Burke, Debbie Grime, Editor; Debbie Monier, Lorraine Nasuti, Susan Young. LITERARY Front Rou: Susan Hancock, George Murphy, Editor; Linda Publicover. Back Row: Rena Arcaro, Kathy Cameron, Susan Hare, Gayle Del Signore. Richard Mourey, Lacille Conrad. 28 SPORTS Front Row: Larry Pollard, Mike Hart, Editor; Kevin Lacey, Mark Fitzgerald, Beth Stack, Paul Mucciarone. Back Row: Jim Dacey, Bill Grover, Glenn Parker, Jim Nelson, Dan Gilmore, Kim Giordano. PHOTOGRAPHY Front Row: Ann Proulx, Leann Roach, Alice Landry. Back Row: Wendy Cox, Tom Grime, Editor; Mary Lou Gromel- ski, Jean Baglioni, Ken Keenan. FF VVV 1 £ 1 ft mmm Ml CLERICAL Pam Laliberte, Diane Ellis, Gail Shangraw, Editor; Ginny Walls, Sandy Dalo, Patsi Osborne, Linda Delfino, Janet Dean. DISCO VERING 30 GREG DELLORCO SAM PASQUANTONIO DONNA DUBOIS WENDY COX 32 731 King Street GREGORY ERNEST DELLORCO Franklin “Greg” Greg can usually be found with Rena ... Likes to remember Coach Leone, and Miss O’Sullivan’s Spanish Class sophomore year ... He goes by the philosophy “A smile con¬ quers all troubles” ... Hopes to graduate from college ... Dana, Paul, Steve, Craig and Kevin are his favorite companions ... Best remembered for his outgoing personality. ACTIVITIES: Class President 3, 4; Student Council 3, President 4; Yearbook Co-Editor; Marshal 3, 4; Oskey 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 2; Freshman Football 1; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2, 3; Folksinging Club 2. SAMUEL PASQUANTONIO 119 Wachusetts Street Franklin “Pabooche” Dreams of someday playing major league baseball ... Hates rainy days . .. Favorite companions are Moose, Donny, Dick, Buzzy and Bully ... Often remembers sophomore English ... Philosophy is “Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is” ... Ambition is to make it big in baseball. ACTIVITIES: Class Vice-President 4; Yearbook Staff; Oskey 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Varsity Basketball 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Freshman Basketball 1; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 2; Track Team 1; Guard March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. 18 Oak Street Extension WENDY JOYCE COX ‘Wen’ Franklin Likes to remember 6th period study ’67 and Hampton Beach ... Hopes to attend Ken¬ neth’s Hair Design School ... Can’t stand stubborn boys ... usually found with Kathy, Gayle, Patsy, Jan and the gang ... Goes by the philosophy “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all” ... Can’t wait to own her own car. ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Commercial Club 4; Honor Society 3; Marshal 3; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. DONNA JEAN DUBOIS 145 Pond Street Franklin “Where there is life, there is happiness” ... Usually found around school ... Hopes to find her place in life ... Will never forget F.H.S. ... Dislikes phony people ... Vividly remembers Modern History with Mr. Quinlan ... Favorite companions are Debbie, Janet, B.J. and Eileen ... Best rememebred for participation in school activities. ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Editor; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Honor Society 2; Marshals 3, 4; Oskey 4; Student Council 3, Secretary ' 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball Co-Captain 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3; Softball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. 33 JOSEPH JAMES ANTICO 53 Forest Street Franklin “Jose” Usually found in Bellingham Hobby Shop ... Best remembers Mr. Boberg’s class ... Hopes to be a stock car racer ... Fondly remembers Sept. 2, 1967 ... Favorite companions are Ed and Ron ... Dislikes work ... Says to “Keep smiling” ... Best remembered for work¬ ing on cars. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. RENA ARCARO 43 Walnut Avenue Franklin “Life is not complete without love and laughter” ... Fondly remembers March 17, 1965 ... Usually found with Greg ... Hopes to be an actresses’ hairdresser ... Hates bugs ... Known for her pep¬ piness. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; Vice President 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Cheer¬ leaders 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Intra¬ murals 1, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2, 3; Folksinging Club 2 . 1342 West Central Street Franklin Usually found with Diane ... Will never forget summer of ’67 ... Wants to be a teacher ... Most remembers Mr. Val- lee’s French class ... “Krukka gaar saa lenge til vanns at den kommer hankelos tilbake.” INGER ANDSNES ACTIVITIES: Band 4; Driver Education 4. V 34 JEAN BAGLIONI Forest Street Franklin “Jeannie” Likes to remember Thanksgiving Va¬ cation, ’66 and Mr. M’s driving class ... Can usually be found looking for a job ... Can’t wait to get her license ... Boys with white socks and long hair are her pet peeves ... Donna, Alice, and the “group” are her favorite companions ... Plans to become a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Oskey 4; Art Club 3; Grand March 3; Driver Education 3; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4. NANCY R. BARNES 85 Summer Street Franklin “Barnesey” Will never forget summer of ’65 ... Can usually be found in room 116 ... Is bothered by moody people ... Favorite class is bookkeeping ... Believes you shouldn’t put off till tomorrow what you can do today ... Wants to be an account¬ ant. ACTIVITIES: Drill Teahi 1, 2, 3, 4? Newspaper Staff—Assistant Production Manager 4; Driver Education 2, 4; Soft- ball Manager 1, 2, 3. RICHARD ARNOLD Beaver Street Franklin Dreams of someday owning a jeep ... Is usually found at Franklin Furniture ... Favorite companions are Bill and Angelo ... His pet peeve is his boss ... Will always remember his Business Law Class. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3; Grand March 3. STEVEN PAUL BASSIGNANI 28 Sherman Avenue Franklin “Moose” He can usually be found playing bas¬ ketball with the gang ... “To love the game beyond the price” is his philosophy ... Likes to remember his vacation in New Hampshire and his Junior English class ... ,Sam, “Bully,” “Buzzy”, Don, Dick, and ‘Kev are his favorite compan¬ ions ... Hopes to become a major league Baseball player. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Jr. Varsity Basketball 2; Freshman Bas¬ ketball 1; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed¬ ucation 3; Cross Country 3; Spanish Club 2 . LEO BARTELLONI 13 West Park Street Franklin “Bucky” Leo, the most sincere boy in our class ... His suppressed desire is to be on the honor roll . . .Says “If at first you don’t succeed, forget it” ... Usually found with Pat ... Remembers most April 1, and 3 years of having Miss Frazier ... Leo hopes to make the big league some¬ day. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball 4; Jun¬ ior Varsity Basketball 2; Freshman Bas¬ ketball 1; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Jun¬ ior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Driver Educa¬ tion 2, 3. MICHAEL CHARLES BENNETT 732 Washington Street Franklin “Ike” Usually found working at Brunelli’s ... Dislikes homework , ... Suppressed desire to be a millionaire ... Remembers driving with Mr. McCall ... Hangs around with Rich ... Best remembers Modern European History class ... Virtue is his quiet manner. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. JEANNE CLAIRE BLANCHARD 7 Concord Street Franklin “Jeannie” “A smile cures all troubles” ... Is usually found at the D.P. ... Her favorite companions are Donna, Paula, Connie and, of course, Susie! ... Hates rumors and the people that spread them ... Most remembers July 31, 1967 and August 20, 1967. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2; Grand March 2, 3. NANCY BLIZZARD 10 Concord Street Franklin “Snowie” Wants to be a secretary ... Remembers July 5, 1967 ... Dislikes poor imperson¬ ations ... Usually with Carol, Marleen, and Bonnie ... Would like to live for¬ ever ... “If you have to do something, do it right”. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. STEVEN BOUCHER Prospect Street “Duke” Usually found with Rich and Mike ... Ambition is to become a missile techni¬ cian ... Best remembers his English class ... Always wanted to own a horse. Franklin THOMAS W BRESNAHAN Long Hill Road Franklin “Tom” Pet Peeve is foreign languages ... Looks back on getting out of Latin I . .. Ambition is to succeed in life ... Remembers Chemistry with Mr. Stevens ... Is found working at Brunelli’s ... Vice is wandering around halls. ACTIVITIES: Indoor Track 3; Spring Track 3; Grand March 3; Driver Educa¬ tion 2. DAVID ROBERT BRUNDRETT 149 Oak Street Franklin “Dave” Listening to Miss Syzmanski talk about law is Dave’s favorite memory ... Hopes to become an accountant ... Preferably a rich accountant ... Chuck Hare is Dave’s favorite companion ... He’s usual¬ ly found in the social center of the world, uptown ... Favorite saying is “Cool Man”. GEORGE BULLUKIAN 470 East Central Street Franklin “Bully” Usually found around town with the guys ... Will never forget the trip to New York ... Dislikes girls who smoke ... Remembers Mrs. Kenney’s class ’66- ’67 ... Hopes to be an electrical engi¬ neer ... Best remembered for his funny faces. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Business Staff; Latin Club 3; Varsity Basketball Man¬ ager 3, 4; Freshman Basketball Manager 1; Junior Varsity Baseball Manager 1; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Educa¬ tion 2; Tennis Team 2, 4, Captain 3; Golf Team 4. 38 PAUL BUSSEY Southgate Road Franklin ‘Buzz’ Usually found at the pool hall ... His pet peeve is Tony’s car ... Believes that “Happiness is the spice of life” ... Fav¬ orite companions are Tony and Paul ... Will always remember Mr. Stevens’ class. ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, 2; Weightlifting Club 2, 3; Varsity Football 3; Junior Varsity Football 2; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 3. RICHARD PAUL BUSSAGLIA 69 Crocker Avenue Franklin “Buzzy” Hopes to be a millionaire ... Usually found in Brunelli’s with Nunzi, Stick and Kaz ... Detests girls who smoke ... Motto is “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” ... Will never forget August 23, 1967 ... Would love to be¬ come a great engineer ... Often reflects upon English and History Class. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3; Grand March 3. THOMAS BURKE 6 Corrine Drive “T. Babes” Best remembered for his artistic talent ... Philosophy is “No goal is too great if you’re willing to work for it” ... Remembers Crane’s Beach during the summer ’67 ... Favorite companion is L.D. ... Wishes to become a coach. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Oskey 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Freshman Football 1; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 2; Track Team 1; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4. Franklin 39 MARCIA CABRAL 13 Meadow Parkway Franklin Dislikes people who are phony ... Believes you should do what you can today so you can sit around and do nothing tomorrow ... Hopes to go to col¬ lege and become an elementary school teacher ... Enjoyed Junior Math with Miss Turco. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 4; Color- guard 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Dance Committees 2; Driver Education 4; Soft- ball 1, 2. KATHY ANNE CAMERON 25 Acorn Place Franklin “Cam” “Without friendship life is nothing” ... Ambition is to win an Oscar ... Usually found in the bathtub ... Will never forget D.F. ... Can’t stand artificial flowers ... Best remembered for her red hair. ACTIVITIES: Class Vice-President 3; Yearbook Staff; Cheerle ader 2, 3, Cap¬ tain 4; Drama Club 2; Oskey 4; Spanish Club 2; Intramurals 1, 4; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Senior Class Play. WILLIAM CHELOTTI 38 North Park Street Franklin “Tick” Bill ' s pet peeve is work ... Suppressed desire is to travel around the world ... Likes to remember Consumer Ed, and De¬ cember 2, 1966 ... Usually found uptown or with Richard ... Hopes to own his own business someday ... Lives by the philosophy “Give the world a whirl and spin into tomorrow”. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3; Grand March 4. ROBERT F. CODY 42 King Street Franklin “Bob” Dreams of becoming a millionaire ... Can usually be found uptown ... Will always remember Earth Science ... Fav¬ orite companion is Rick Coggins ... Wants to become a draftsman. ACTIVITIES: Freshman Basketball 1; Driver Education 2. RICHARD E. COGGINS 106 Coronation Drive Franklin “Coggs” Usually found in Art’s or with Bob ... Would like to own a “Vette” ... Recalls Junior English ... Hopes to become an airline technician ... Best remembered for his skill at basketball. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Freshman Basketball 1; Driver Education 3. ANGELO COLACE 28 Cottage Street Franklin “Ange” Desires to reach 5’5” ... Tall people bother him the most ... Goes by the philosophy “Good things come in small packages” .Most remembers Mrs. Howard’s Spanish Class ... Can usually be found with Dick ... Hopes to become an engineer. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3. GRACE ANN COLLELLA Union Street Franklin “Little Gracie” Can usually be found at home, sleeping ... Likes to remember last August on the beach, and Mr. Beksha’s U.S. History class ... Plans to become a Hair Style Director ... Karen, Pam, and Dianne are her favorite companions ... Grade’s philosophy is “Easy come, easy go.” ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 3; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 4; Driver Education 3, 4. MARIE LOU COMER 9 Church Street Franklin Best remembers Mr. Williams’s ge¬ ometry class ... Believes that “Life is too short to have sorrow” ... Dislikes waiting ... Usually found with Steve ... Wonders if she’ll ever get her license ... Wants to learn to play drums ... Will never forget June 10, 1967. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; French Club 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3. LACILLE ANNE CONRAD 19 Anchorage Road Franklin “Lace” Would like to learn to surf ... Lace is usually found where she shouldn’t be ... Dislikes going steady ... Bug, Dale, and Jim are her favorite people ... Likes to remember Maine and Freshman English ... she lives by the philosophy “One today is worth two tomorrows” ... Am¬ bition is to make a great medical dis¬ covery. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. 42 MARLEEN COSTA 610 Maple Street Franklin “Mar” Goal is to accomplish something great ... Usually found in Bellingham or with Mary Jo ... Will never forget 230 Lucia Lane ... Says “Live and Let Live” ... Most remembers Mr. Beilina’s Driver Ed Class ... Craves the ability to sing. ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 4; Driver Ed¬ ucation 2. JAMES F. CORNETTA 48 King Street Franklin “Jimmy” Bob, Jerry, Mike and Dave are Jim’s favorite companions ... Dislikes short hair ... Suppressed desire is to graduate ... June 19, ’67 is his favorite memory ... Will never forget Mr. Boberg’s class ... Says “Do unto others before they do unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football 1; Jun¬ ior Varsity Basketball 3; Track Team 1, 2; Driver Education 2, 3. CRAIG CORMIER Pine Street “Craigie” Craig, well known among his class¬ mates, is usually found in bed sleeping ... His pet peeve is his dates with Pam ... Favorite companions are Dana, George, Fang, Henny and Leo ... He likes to remember April 15, ’66 ... His ambition is to graduate ... Good Luck Craig! ACTIVITIES: Junior Varsity Football 2; Freshman Football 1. Franklin 43 SHERRYL CHRISTINE CROOK 1 Meadowbrook Street Franklin “Sherry” Remembers 6th period History ... Dis¬ likes inconsiderate people ... Usually found with B.N.W. in a black ’60 Chevy convertible ... Fondly looks back on August 26, 1965 ... Hopes to be a success in whatever she does ... ‘ ' When you de¬ cide to live life to the fullest, most of life has passed you by”. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1; Driver Educa¬ tion 2, 3. MICHAEL CRAWFORD 360 West Central Street Franklin “Zing” Wants to pitch for the Red Sox ... Best remembers Engineering Drawing ... Usually with Tony and John ... Often looks hack on Freddie’s Cabin ... Al¬ ways adds humor to class ... “Don’t pick the apple if you don’t own the tree.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Cross Country 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1; Track Team 3, 4; Driver Education 3. STEVEN LAWRENCE CRANDALL Short Street Franklin “Meato” Is usually found with Marie ... Would like to get an “A” in Physics ... Will never forget June 10, 1967 ... Believes “Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow” ... Remembers Mr. Qui n¬ lan’s History Class ... Ambition is to get married. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Football 4; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Driver Education 2, 3. 44 SANDRA ANN DALO 31 Cleveland Avenue Franklin “Sandie” Dislikes school buses and women bus- drivers ... Ambition is to be a legal sec¬ retary ... Her suppressed desire is to travel around the world ... Mr. Evans’s bookkeeping classes and September 30, ’67, are her favorite memories ... “Don’t lose your temper; nobody else wants it”. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Clerical Staff 4; Commercial Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Grand March 3; Prom Committee 3; Driv¬ er Education 3. JAMES PAUL DACEY 345 Lincoln Street Franklin “Dace” “Don’t take Chemistry and Physics!” is Jim’s philosophy ... His favorite com¬ panions are B.B. and B.G. ... Likes to remember Iowa and Mr. Quinlan’s class ... To run in the Olympics is his sup¬ pressed desire ... Ambition is to go to college ... An excellent trackman. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Weight¬ lifting Club 2, 3; Freshman Football 1; Cross Country 3, Co-Captain 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, Captain 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittees 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3, 4. ANNE CUNNINGHAM Conlyn Avenue Franklin Hopes to be an airline hostess ... Usually found at the Corral with Mary, Dawn and Pat ... Wonders if she’ll ever go to California ... Often recalls., the summer of ’67 .. . Believes “If you can’t be yourself, you’re nobody”. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 3. WILLIAM J. DANIS 170 Pleasant Street Franklin “Bill” Usually found downtown ... Dislikes Math class ... Often recalls summer of ’67 and Junior English with Mr. Boberg ... Hopes to be successful in life ... Passionately desires a fast car ... “Live for today”. ACTIVITIES: Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education 3. CAROL DAUPHINEE East Central Street Franklin “Dauph” Usually found in Attleboro or Milford ... Her best friends are Marleen, Mari¬ lyn, Bonnie, Nancy and Twink ... Likes to remember Prudence Island and Mr. Brown’s History Class ... Hates boys who don’t wear socks with loafers ... Phil¬ osophy, “Live for today” ... Wants to become a hairdresser. ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 2; Dance Committees 4; Driver Education 3. MARILYN DANGELO 24 Arlington Street Franklin Wants to be a lab technician ... Thinks women over 30 in miniskirts are ridiculous ... “Live for today ... Fav¬ orite companions are Bonnie, Carol and Marleen ... Happily recalls sophomore history. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3. JANET EMILIA DEAN 130 School Street Franklin “Jan” Is usually found riding around in her green bomb ... Favorite memory is her senior year and U.S. History class ... Dislikes school ... Philosophy is “Live for today—tomorrow may never come” ... Favorite companions are B.J. and Donna .. . Her ambition is to buy a new car ... Most remembered for her musical ability. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Commercial Club 4; Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Dance Committee 4; Driver Education 3. DENNIS ALBERT DEBAGGIS 62 Wachusett Street Franklin “Thunder” “Half a loaf is better than none” ... Usually found in the bandroom ... Likes to remember May 29th and U.S. History class ... Pet peeve is a certain blonde history teacher ... Ambition is to be¬ come a career soldier. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA MARIE DELFINO 6 Pinehurst Street Franklin “Lynn” Usually found with John or at C.P. ... Suppressed desire is to lose weight Often remembers Bookkeeping II ... Wants to be a professional singer ... “Don’t judge by what others say, but by what you see and hear yourself.” ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Dance Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3, ' j r i GEORGE HENRY DELUCIA 134 Lincoln Street Franklin Will never forget French I ... Usually found with Leo, Dana, Craig, and Ken Detests getting up Believes “It’s your life so live it the way you want.” ACTIVITIES: Junior Varsity Football 2; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Bas¬ ketball 2; Track Team 1; Grand March 3; Driver Education 3. NANCY ANNE DE MARZI 26 Howard Street Franklin “Nan” Usually found at Newberry’s ... Dis¬ likes conceited people ... Dreams of own¬ ing a Mustang ... “Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry alone” ... Hopes someday to become an English teacher. GAYLE FRANCES DEL SIGNORE 218 Summer Street Franklin ‘Delsi’ Best remembered for her dancing ... Hopes to go to college and become a teacher ... Will never forget Hampton Beach ... Usually found with David and “the gang” ... “Plenty of people miss their share of happiness, not because they never find it, but because they don’t stop to enjoy it.” ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Cheer¬ leaders 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; French Club 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Intra¬ murals 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2. 48 CHRISTINE ELIZABETH DOHERTY 107 Pine Ridge Drive Franklin “Chrissie” Dislikes black shoes and white socks ... Desires to travel ... Will never forget U.S. History with Mr. Quinlan ... Vice is forgetfulness ... Believes “The day is not complete without laugh¬ ter” ... Hopes to be a nurse ... Best remembered for her witty remarks. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses Club 1; Oskey 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 4; Senior Class Play 4. CONSTANCE C. DOYLE 454 Lincoln Street Franklin “Connie” Usually found shopping or with Jim ... Pet peeve is alarm clocks ... Likes to remember her Junior English Class with Mrs. Davis and her trip to Florida ... Suppressed desire is to own a Honda ... Hopes to become a medical secretary ... Her philosophy is “Forgive and For¬ get”. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN JEANNE DIPIETRO 75 Crescent Street “Carrie” Will never forget Times Square on New Year’s Eve ... Intends to be a nurse ... Dislikes private schools ... Can generally be found in a navy blue Mustang ... Vividly remembers Mr. Quinlan’s and Mrs. D’Aniello’s classes ... Motto is “Never fix up a blind date ... it won’t work”. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Oskey 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Varsity Basketball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Dan ce Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee Co-Chairman 3; Driver Education 2; Folksinging Club 2. Franklin f 49 DIANE ELLIS 10 Garden St. Franklin “Di- Dreams of going to Norway with Inger ... Constantly at Judy’s house ... Can’t stand people who shirk their responsibili¬ ties ... Says, “With faith, nothing is im¬ possible” ... Likes to remember summer of “67” ... Would like to become a good secretary. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1; Commercial Club 4; Oskey 1; Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Driver Education 4. ROBERT G. EASTWOOD 7 Parliament Drive Franklin “Bob” Can usually be found at Jack’s house ... Pet peeve is girls who smoke ... Suppressed desire—to own a new car ... Will never forget summer “67” ... Best friend is Jack ... Most remembered class—20th Century History ... Believes, “Don’t get lost unless you know the way home” ... Hopes some day to man¬ age his own business. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 4. JOSEPH FARRELL 453 West Central St. Franklin “Fang” Lives by the philosophy, “Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow’s Monday” ... Can’t stand girls that smoke ... Hopes to graduate ... Can usually be found with Linda ... Likes to remem¬ ber July 6, 1967 ... Favorite Compan¬ ions are Marty, George, Ken, Leo, Craig, Ted ... Best remembered for his red hair. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3; Grand March 3, 4. SHEILA FOSS 277 Grove Street Franklin “Shelly” Pet peeve is boys with long hair ... Dreams of being a model ... Usually found with Pat ... Fondly remembers the summer of ’67 ... Favorite com¬ panions are Pam and Arlette ... Philoso¬ phy is “It is better to understand than to be understood” ... Wishes to become a hairdresser. ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 4; Driver Edu cation 3. STEPHEN MICHAEL FOX 827 Lincoln Street Franklin “Foxy” Can usually be found saying something stupid ... Dreams of owning a Jaguar 2 + 2 ... Likes to remember Hollyball ’66 ... Favorite companions are “Tooie”, “Fitzi”, “Gromo” and Leann ... Remem¬ bers Mrs. Kenney’s class ... Plans to become a veterinarian or a disc jockey. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; Driver Education 3. GARY FICCO 39 Alpine Place Franklin “Munjo” Will never forget senior wood shop and metal shop with Mr. Molla ... Best buddies are Roger, Rick, Steve, and Randy ... Ambition is to become an auto mechanic. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. STEPHEN WILLIAM FRECHETTE 2 Fuller Place Franklin “Fief” Likes to go to College Pizza ... Often remembers his sophomore home room ... Favorite class is Junior English ... Be¬ lieves to “Do unto others, before they do unto you” ... Hopes to go into the service. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. BARBARA JEAN FREGEAU 105 Brook Street Franklin “Melissa” Dislikes hypocrisy ... Would like to become a model ... Likes to remember go-go dancing for the Merits ... Am¬ bition is to aid humanity ... Believes “Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more.” ACTIVITIES: French Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Education 4; Literary Club 2, 3. DONALD JAMES GENOA 106 Dean Avenue Franklin “Donny” Is usually found with the gang ... Dislikes people who are slow ... Wishes someday to enter the field of chemistry ... Will always remember F.H.S. baseball seasons ... Wants to become happy and successful ... Firmly believes that “The impossible takes a little longer.” ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2, 3; Fresh¬ man Basketball 1; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2, 3. DANIEL JOSEPH GILMORE 117 Brook Street Franklin “Dan” Will always remember chemistry class and the football seasons of “66” and “67” ... Usually found with the guys, Kim, John, “Meato” and “Gogie” ... Pet peeve is football practice ... Phil¬ osophy is, “Don’t raise the bridge; lower the river” ... Wants desperately to score a touchdown ... Wishes to become a lawyer someday. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 2; Honor Society 2, President 4; Treasurer 3; Marshals 3; Oskey 4; Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 2; Freshman Football 1; Track Team 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2, 3; Blue and White 2; Boys State 3; Interclass Drama Festival 2. DAWN MARIE GIARDINO 123 Conlyn Avenue Franklin “Dawn” Constantly at Mary’s or at the Corral ... Dislikes unfriendly people ... Dreams of becoming an airline stewardess ... Often recalls summers of “66” and “67” ... Believes “Do unto others as you would want them to do unto you” ... Favorite companions are Mary, Anne, Pat, and Margo ... Likes to remember Mr. Quinlan’s U.S. History Class. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Junior Var¬ sity Basketball 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Driver Education 4; Senior Class Play 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH GERARD 12 Harborwood Drive Asserts “Practice what you preach” ... Can usually be found where the action is ... Dislikes people who brag ... Dreams of owning a 1967 Sports Fury ... Likes to recall the day he moved from Brooklyn ... Favorite Companion is Bruce ... Hopes to become a me¬ chanic. ACTIVITIES: Jr. Varsity Baseball 2; Driver Education 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. Franklin KIM GIORDANO Pheasant Hill Road Franklin Is usually found with the guys in the bullet ... Pet peeve is football practice ... Believes “Success is accomplished through hard work” ... His best friends are Gogie, Dan, Meato, and John ... Will never forget ’65, ’66, ’67 football ... Intends to be an engineer. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Oskey 4; Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Freshman Football 1; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2, 3. ROBERT MICHAEL GOGUEN 560 Chestnut Street Franklin “Gog” Pet peeve is football practice ... Can usually be found at J.C.’s ... Dreams of becoming a millionaire ... Likes to recall J.V. football ... Believes “Hard work and determination always lead to success” ... Hangs around with Kim, Dan, Meato, John, and Paul ... Ambi¬ tion is to ioin the Air Force. ACTIVITIES: We ightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Junior Varsity Foot¬ ball 2, 3; Freshman Football 1; Driver Education 2, 3; Junior Varsity Baseball 2 . STEVEN GOLDENBERG 616 Washington Street Franklin “Goldy” Is usually found at cross country prac¬ tice ... Favorite companion is Richard ... Philosophy is liberal ... Can’t toler¬ ate long hair ... Likes to remember his trip to Israel ... Hopes someday to become a History major. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 4; Track Team 4; Driver Education 3. I ROBERTA LEE GRENON 8 Garfield Street Franklin “Robbie” Loves to talk on the phone ... Be¬ lieves, “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em!” ... Likes to remember a little red scoot¬ er ... Can be found with Sue, Irene, “Chik”, “Di”, and Mary ... Dislikes homework on Fridays ... Best remem¬ bers Home Ec ... Ambition is to go to Peabody next fall ... Dreams of owning a giraffe. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Future Nurs¬ es Club 4; Driver Education 4. DEBORAH GRIME 63 Miller Street Franklin “Debbie” Believes, “Don’t take life too seriously, because you’ll never get out of it alive” ... Can usually be found talking to people ... Loves to remember Harvard Square “65” ... Favorite companion is Chris ... Hopes to graduate from college with a M.A. or Ph.D. in art or English ... Dreams of becoming a go-go girl. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4, Art Edi¬ tor; French Club 2, 3; Honor Society 4; Literary Club 2, 3; Intramurals 1; Dance Committees 2, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Art Club 2. THOMAS GOODALE GRIME 63 Miller Street Franklin “Tooie” Hopes to design a better tomorrow ... Usually found clowning around with “Foxie” and “Yellow bird” ... Dislikes a certain teacher’s remarks about men ... Likes to remember Mr. Quinlan’s stories of “Combat” ... Favorite memory is football games with D.P. ... Favorite companions are “Foxie”, “Gromo,” and “Snoopy” ... Dreams of making a “hip¬ pie” movie. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4, Photog¬ raphy; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Track Team 3; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 2; Chess Club 3; Literary Club 3. MARY LOU GROMELSKI 73 Dean Street Franklin ‘Gromo’ Dreams of becoming rich, famous, and 125 years old ... Usually found saying the wrong things at the right time ... Favorite companions are “Lace”, “Bug,” and the hunch ... Likes to remember the Proms ... Lives by the philosophy, “Prac¬ tice makes perfect” ... Can’t stand being grounded ... Hopes to get a B.A. in col¬ lege. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Future Teacher’s Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Latin Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 2, 3. WILLIAM GROVER 421 Lincoln Street Franklin “Bill” Is usually found running or jumping ... Hates people who skip track practice ... Wishes to join the Navy ... Likes to remember the trip to Iowa in ’67 ... Lives by the golden rule ... Best friends are Jim and Beatrice ... Hopes some¬ day to become a doctor ... Best re¬ membered for his great track records. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Weight¬ lifting Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Freshman Basketball 1; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Folksinging Club 3; Indoor Track 3, 4. SUSAN HANCOCK 530 Chestnut Street Franklin “Sue” Believes “You never can tell about bees” ... Usually found humming around ... Dislikes snobs ... Likes to be with " Pub " and “Bug” ... Remembers Mrs. D’Aniello’s English class and Latin 3 ... Suppressed desire is to become an actress ... Ambition is to be a success_Likes to look back on summer of ’67 and Prom ' 67 ... Best remembered for being so friendly. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Oskey 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Driver Education 3; Senior Class Play 4; Folksinging Club 2; Chess Club 3. Can usually be found at the bowling alley ... Dislikes people who are not on time ... Would love to get all A’s ... Likes to remember sailing in Florida ... Favorite saying is “C’est la vie” ... Favorite companion is J.L. ACTIVITIES: Grand March 3; Driver Education 3. KEVIN MICHAEL HART 14 Warwick Street Franklin “Hartattack” Intends to go to college ... Always with Sue ... Will never forget May 31, 1967 ... Dreads quiet study halls ... Hopes to own his own car ... Often looks back on Latin 3 ... Philosophy is, “Work to live, don’t live to work” ... Best re¬ membered for being happy-go-lucky. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Latin Club 2; Marshals 3; Varsity Football Head Manager 3, 4; Junior Varsity Foot¬ ball, Manager 2; Grand March 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, Sports Editor 3, 4; Dance Committees 3; Driver Education 2; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN HARE 166 Long Hill Road Franklin “Mugsy” Irritated by closed mindedness Wishes to become a boy scout ... Will never forget Dionis ... Usually found lost or with the gang ... Intends to in¬ herit a million and overcome her ignor¬ ance ... Philosophy for life, “Never let school work interfere with your educa¬ tion.” ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 2; Latin Club 2, 3; Oskey 4; In¬ tramurals 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4. CHARLES HARE 166 Long Hill Road Franklin “Chuck” ROGER W. HOWELL 111 King Street Franklin ‘Wolf’ To be a cop is Roger’s ambition ... Says, “Never give up, always run” ... Likes to remember his freshman year ... Not to mention Mr. Sheehan’s class ... Roger is usually on Main St. With his Favorite Companion Red the Herren ... To attend New London Coast Guard Academy is his suppressed desire. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. JANE HARVEY 18 Geb Street Franklin “Harv” Goal is to get everything out of life ... Dreads a certain street ... Will never forget June 18, 1967 and a certain Ma¬ rine ... Often looks hack on English “66”, “67” ... Believes, “If you can’t say something nice about a person, don’t say anything at all.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 1, 2. CHERYL ANNE INFANTINE 15 Flynn Road Franklin Pet peeve is boys who wear white socks ... Often remembers December 2, 1966 ... Can usually be found with a certain crowd ... Recalls typing 2 ... Hopes to become a secretary ... Sup¬ pressed desire is for that special dream to come true. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Com¬ mercial Club 4; Oskey 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. KENNETH KEENAN 46 Partridge Street Franklin “Kenny” Likes to remember summer of “67” ... Pet peeve is intellectuals ... Can usually be located at Fernandes’ ... Best friends are Peter, Paul, and Bruce ... Often re¬ calls Mrs. D’Aniello’s Class ... Ambition is to become a history teacher. ACTIVITIES: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Junior Varsity Baseball 2; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. BRUCE KARLSON Anchorage Road Franklin Can usually be found day dreaming ... Would like to learn to fly a plane ... Dislikes long months ... Asserts, “Once you decide on something, go all out for it” ... Favorite companion is Ken ... Ambition is to be happy. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball 4; Jun¬ ior Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Driver Edu¬ cation 3. JANICE ANNE JOHNSTON 789 West Central Street Franklin “Jan” Continually writes letters to Jo ... Hopes to someday visit Europe ... Dis¬ likes people who think they’re great ... Fondly recalls April 22, 1967 ... Be¬ lieves, “A smile is the most inexpensive way to improve your looks” ... Favor¬ ite companions are B.J., S.K., S.L., and L.M. ... Wants to become an interior designer. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Intramurals 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Class Play 4; Chess Club 3; Interstate Drama Festival 3, 4. ' f DAVID KIMBALL 34 Anchorage Road Franklin “Dave” Usually found in Franklin ... Sup¬ pressed desire is to graduate ... Philoso¬ phy is “Be not what you wish you were, but be yourself” ... Best friends are W.B. and L.B. ... Wants to be¬ come a chef. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. BETTINA KRAUSKOPF Fuller Place Franklin “Tina” Can usually be found in a red and white Chevy ... Often recalls the fall of “66” ... Favorite companions are K.O., C.N., and C.S. ... Is best remem¬ bered for her friendly smile. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 4; Driver Education 3, 4. SUSAN KELLOGG 129 Conlyn Avenue Franklin “Sue” Usually found at Sue’s House ... Hates math class ... Dreams of going to col¬ lege ... Favorite memory is Bently Col¬ lege ... Philosophy, “Don’t try to be something you’re not” ... Favorite com¬ panion is Sue ... Often recalls Chemistry lab ... Ambition is to teach. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Dance Committees 2; Driver Education 3. ANTHONY JOHN LAMPASONA 385 Union Street Franklin “Grease” “Happiness is the spice of life” ... Will always remember Miss Fraser’s class and North Attleboro ... Usually found at the pool hall ... Favorite companions are Paul and Bud ... Tony’s suppressed de¬ sire is to own a 427 Vet. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Football 3, 4; Junior Varsity Football 2; Freshman Football 1; Driver Education 1. PAMELA JEAN LALIBERTE 435 Chestnut Street Franklin “Pam” Dislikes people who tease a little too much, a little too often ... Dreams of owning a Mustang ... Often remembers April 22, 1965 ... Philosophy is “Seeing is believing” ... Favorite companion is “Dee” ... Wants to become a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Commercial Club 4; Honor So¬ ciety 2; Oskey 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Driver Educa¬ tion 3; Senior Class Play 4. KEVIN MICHAEL LACEY 10 Dartmouth Road Franklin Dreams of being six feet tall ... Is usually found at “Moose’s” house ... Dislikes girls who smoke ... Pal with “Buzzy”, “Bull”, “Moose”, Sammy and Donny ... Hopes to become a success¬ ful business man ... Believes, “The best way to do anything is to do it with a smile.” ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Oskey 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Fresh¬ man Basketball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 2, 3. ALICE LUCILLE LANDRY 41 Summer Street Franklin “Al” Usually found at the Post Office ... Hates black shoes with white socks ... Fondly remembers Sept. 18, 1964 ... Suppressed desire is to make a certain Marine happy ... Philosophy is “Love and be happy today for tomorrow may never come” ... Favorite companions are A.P., J.B., C.D., and D.S. ... Often remembers Mr. Quinlan’s U.S. History Class. ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Year¬ book Staff; Field Hockey 2, 3; Oskey 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Class Play; Driver Education 4. ALAN LANDRY 15 Hayward Street Franklin “Al” Often remembers April 22, ’67 ... Can usually be located working on his car ... Dislikes snobs ... Hopes to make it big in Rock ... Favorite companions are Buzzy and the “Beaux- Men” ... Hopes someday to become a dentist. ACTIVITIES: Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 3. DANA F. LARSON 21 Betten Court Franklin “Great Dane” Will never forget New Year’s Eve of ’65 ... Believes “You only live once” ... Is annoyed by Monday mornings ... Usually found uptown or with Craig, George, Leo and Kenny ... Ambition includes graduation from college. ACTIVITIES: Weightlifting Club 1; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Fresh¬ man Basketball 1; Driver Education 2. DANIEL C. LAVIGNE Washington Street Franklin “Dan” Hopes to be a landscape architect ... Fondly remembers the Aggie ... Usually found with Pam ... Pet peeve is stay¬ ing home on week-ends ... Says, “To settle a disagreement, just find out what is right, and not who is right” ... De¬ sires to live a happy life ... Will never forget History. MICHAEL PAUL LAVIGNE Washington Street Franklin “Mike” Dreams of succeeding in everything ... Often seen behind the wheel of the big bad Plymouth ... Hates criticism Believes “Where there’s a will, there’s a way” ... Favorite companion is Gwenn ... Hopes to become rich and famous. JOHN F. LEARY 24 Pinehurst Street Franklin “Jack” Often recalls the night before fishing season opened ... Asserts “Keep your car doors locked” ... Dislikes people with too much to say ... Best remem¬ bered class is Mr. Boberg’s of ’66 ... Wants to go to a good college and attain a good position in life. ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football 1; Track Team 1, 2 Driver Education 2; Folksinging Club 2. WILLIAM LEWIS 6 Mackintosh Street Franklin “Billy” Ambition is to graduate ... Usually found uptown at the C.P. ... Dislikes two-faced people ... Would like to have a group as big as the “Stones” ... Likes to remember South Boston ... Favorite companion is Gwynne. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2; Cross Country 2; Driver Education 2. DONELLA MARIE LEVITRE 20 Wachusetts Street Franklin “Don” Usually located on wheels ... Pet peeve is slow drivers ... Often recalls summer of ’66 ... Suppressed desire is to stay on her scooter ... Firmly believes “Don’t do today what you can put off till tomorrow” ... Pals with Kay, Sandy, and Lorraine. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2; Commercial Club Treasurer 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Driver Education 3. DEAN L. LEWIS 6 Cottage Court Franklin Will always remember automotives class ... Favorite companions are Donna, Karen, and Anne ... Ambition is to work ... Favorite memory is the summer of ’67 ... Is never found at home ... Pet peeve is speeding tickets. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2. 64 DONNA MARIE LLOY 492 Union Street Franklin Suppressed desire is to join the Air Force ... Usually found dreaming ... Pet peeve is the S. family ... Favorite memory is being Junior Prom Queen ... Favorite companions are Paula, Debbie, Ginny, Rena, Kathy and Connie ... Philosophy is “When God closes a door, He opens a window” ... Ambition is to become a registered nurse. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2; Folksinging Club 2; Oskey 4. JEFFREY LUSZCZ Spring Street Franklin “Jeff” Believes “The willing are successful” ... Hopes never to marry ... Hates two- faced people ... Remembers Sept. 5, 1967 ... Favorite companions are John, Milt, Ron, and Buzzy ... Dreams of having own business. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. SUSAN ELIZABETH LOFTUS Southgate Road Franklin Likes to remember the Junior Prom ... Hates her curly hair ... Philosophy is “Have faith in God and you’ll over¬ come all obstacles” ... Favorite com¬ panions are Sue K. and Pat ... Hopes someday to teach History. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3; Future Teachers Club Treasurer 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 4; Junior Var¬ sity Basketball 1; Grand March 3; Driver Education 3. HERBERT MASTROMATTEO JR. 23 Cottage Street Franklin “Herb” Ambition is to drive in a Grand Prix Race ... Can be found uptown ... Dis¬ likes girls with short hair ... Dreams of owning a “vette” ... Pals with Lumpy and Joe. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. LINDA MACKAY 158 Long Hill Road Franklin Often found with Tommy ... Pet peeve is a certain Franklin cop ... Hopes someday to make a special person happy... Favorite memory is “Butch” ... Firmly believes “A truly happy person has faith in God, family, friends, and loved ones” ... Favorite companions are Sue and Janice ... Ambition is to become a physical therapist. ACTIVITIES: Drum Majorettes 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Latin Club 2, 3; Intra¬ murals 2; Grand March 4; Newspaper Staff 1; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Senior Class Play; Math Club Presi¬ dent 1. KAREN MASTROMATTEO 48 Oak Street Franklin Dreams of marrying someone rich ... Usually found behind Newberry’s candy counter ... Hates messy hair ... Philos¬ ophy is “Treat others as you would want to be treated” ... Favorite companions are Susan and Lorraine ... Often re¬ calls Mr. Becksha’s History Class ... Ambition is to become a hairdresser. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; In¬ tramurals 4; Driver Education 3, 4. JOSEPH C. MAYCOCK JR. 8 Pine Ridge Drive Franklin “Joe” Usually found most everywhere ... Hopes to become an architect ... His dates with Margo are his favorite mem¬ ory ... Bruce and Jamie are his favorite companions ... Professes “Never cover the same ground twice” ... Will never forget Mr. Beksha’s class. ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2. BRUCE MCCARTHY 35 Raymond Street Franklin “Beard” Pet peeve is Senior English ... Often recalls summer of ’67 ... Often seen driving around ... Dreams of becoming a race driver ... Believes “Do it, but do it right” ... Favorite companion is L.P. ... Wants to make a career in the Army. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3. JEAN MCCARTHY 59 East Street Franklin “Betty Boop” Constantly at Manny’s ... Dislikes bossy people ... Wishes to become a singer ... Often recalls May 27, ’67 ... Firmly believes “If you love, you will be loved” ... Favorite companion is Deb ... Best ' remembered class is Junior English. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3; Oskey 1; Driver Education 2. JOHN MCGUIRE 89 Peck Street Franklin Dreams of becoming a hero ... Hates football practice ... Likes to remember J. V. Football with Mr. Burke ... Usually found with Kim, Dan, “Gogie” and “Meato” ... Often recalls U. S. History with Mr. Beksha ... Hopes to be a college graduate. ACTIVITIES: Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Weightlifting Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Track Team 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education 2, 3. WILLIAM F. MCKENNA 61 Crescent Street Franklin “Bill” Hates to get up in the morning ... Dreams of playing hockey for the Bruins ... Often recalls summer of ’67 ... Pals with “Bill”, “Fran”, “Murph”, Kevin ... Most remembered class is mechanical drawing ... Ambition is to go to college. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2; Track Team 4; Grand March 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 2. RICHARD ALLEN MCCLEARY 126 Elm Street Franklin “Dickie Mod” Hates crew cuts and baggy pants ... Usually found in the band room ... Suppressed desire is to blow up the lab ... Recalls summer of ’66 ... As¬ serts “Keep trying harder” ... Favorite companion—Tom Dow ... Wishes to be¬ come a chemist. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Latin Club 3, 4; Honor Society 2; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 2. NANCY MOIR 88 Hillside Road Franklin Dislikes curly hair ... Hopes to graduate ... Often recalls summer of ’67 ... Philosophy is “Nothing is im¬ possible” ... Pals with Barbie, Marleen, and Linda ... Wants to become a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Driver Edu¬ cation 2. PHILIP MOORE 16 Elm Street Franklin “Phil” Hopes someday to go to college ... Can usually be found with Kathy ... Hates not getting the car ... Likes to remember the Prom and the summer of ’67 ... Favorite companions are Bruce, Kenny and Kathy ... Favorite class was U.S. History with Mr. Beksha ... Re¬ membered for those spectacular tackles. ACTIVITIES: Weightlifting Club 1, 2; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Fresh¬ man Basketball 1; Track Team 1, 2, 3; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education 3. DEBORAH LEE MONIER 184 Lincoln Street Franklin “Debbie” Often found at FAEC ... Pet peeve is oily hair ... Dreams of being a model ... Likes to recall the summer of ’67 _ Philosophy is “Hitch your wagon to a star” ... Favorite com¬ panions are Donna, B.J., Kathy and Karen ... Favorite class was French III ... Ambition is to be on the U.S. Equestrian Team in the Olympics. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; French Club 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. RICHARD A. MOUREY 25 Pearl Street Franklin “Dick” Usually located with the guys ... Dreams of being on a championship team ... Often remembers the day he went the wrong way on a one way street ... Firmly believes in making your opinions known ... Favorite companions are “Sam”, “Moose”, “Buzz”, etc. ... Ambition is to get into the White House. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Business Manager and Literary Staff; Honor Society 2, 4; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; News¬ paper Staff 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Edu¬ cation 3; Senior Class Play 4; Blue and White 2; Interclass Drama Festival 2. PAUL MUCCIARONE 100 Lewis Street Franklin “Muchie” Pet peeve is doing homework ... Can usually be found on Pleasant Street ... Suppressed desire is to play baseball in college ... Likes to remember the ’67 football season ... Firmly believes “Sen¬ sible people find nothing useless” ... Best friends are Steve and Greg ... Ambition is to become a teacher-coach. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Class Officer 2; Marshals 4; Student Council 4; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Fresh¬ man Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Basket¬ ball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Com¬ mittee; 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3. BRUCE K. MULLEN 16 Brushwood Hill Franklin “Mad Dog” Favorite companions are Jim, Bill, and Murph ... Fondly remembers the day he met Marsha ... Dislikes arrogant people ... Usually found down town ... Hopes to get a college education and be successful in life ... Says “Believe noth¬ ing you hear and only half of what you see” ... Will never forget Mr. Beksha’s History class. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3; Grand March 4. DAVID THOMAS MURPHY 21 Fales Street Franklin “Murph” Dreams of living the life of Riley ... Hates to do homework ... Usually found up town ... Favorite companion is Bruce ... Often recalls Mr. Boberg’s English class ... Hopes to go to college. ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football; Track Team 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education. GEORGE FRANCIS MURPHY, JR. 605 Oak Street Franklin Most remembered class is chemistry ... Can usually be found behind a microscope ... Dislikes hypocritical un¬ conventionality ... Dreams of helping to excavate the Olduvai Gorge ... Often recalls summer of ’67 in N. Y. C. ... Ambition is to become a physician ... Philosophy, “When in doubt, amputate”. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Photography Staff, Literary Staff, Editor; Class Presi¬ dent 1, 2; Latin Club 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Marshal 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2; Senior Class Play; Blue and White 2; Interclass Drama Festival 2. BARBARA MUSSI 56 Dean Avenue Franklin “Barbie” Usually found at College Pizza ... Dislikes groups that organize everything ... Often recalls the P. J. party ... Believes “Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you” ... Favorite com¬ panions are Nancy, Marleen, and Linda ... Wants to become a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; In¬ tramurals 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1; Dance Committee 4; Driver Education 3. i LORRAINE MARIE NASUTI 20 James Street Franklin “Lorrie” Will always remember her Junior Year ... Usually found riding around in her parents’ car ... Pet peeve is Mustangs ... Dreams of going to art school ... Will never forget Foxboro in the summer of ’66 ... Favorite companions are Susan, Donella and Paula ... Hopes to become an artist. ACTIVITIES: Drum Majorette 2; Drum Major 3, 4; Yearbook Art Staff; Com¬ mercial Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 4; Driver Education 3; Art Club 3, 4. JAMES JENKINS NELSON 3 Colt Road Franklin “Jimmy” Hopes to become an all-American line¬ backer ... Usually found writing a Southern Belle ... Can’t stand dirty shoes ... Will never forget summer of ’67 ... Lives by the philosophy “Make the best of what you have” ... Favorite companion is K.E.G.—alias “Big Ears” ... Likes to remember 3rd period English 9th grade ... Ambition is to live life as it was meant to be lived. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Latin Club 4; Honor Society 4; Oskey 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 4; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 4; Grand March 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. GAIL NICHOLSON Pleasant Street Franklin ‘Bunzo’ Will never forget February 18, ’67 ... Usually found getting into trouble with Kathy, Roni, Ann and June ... Best remembered class is Mr. Vallee’s home¬ room ... Hopes to own a flowered con¬ vertible ... Detests rumors ... Always wanted to travel with the “M’s”. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Art Club 3; Driver Education 4. 72 SUSAN MARIE O’NEIL 50 Oak Street Franklin “You get out of life what you put into it” ... Can usually be found in a black V.W. ... Can’t stand weekend home¬ work .. . Suppressed desire is to be ready on time ... Favorite memory is one Saturday night ... Favorite companions are Lorraine, Kathy and Karen ... Likes to remember 3rd period General Busi¬ ness ... Ambition is to be a successful secretary. ACTIVITIES: Drill Team Treasurer 1, 2; Co-captain Drum Majorettes 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; Field Hockey 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Grand March 3; Driver Education 3; Softball 1. JOHN F. OGILVIE 18 Anthony Road Franklin “Go-Go” Favorite companions are Randy and Doug ... Usually found not at home ... Dislikes people who brag ... Favorite memories include Lakeview in ’65 and Mr. Evans’ Bookkeeping II Class. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1; Grand March 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 2, 4. PAULA JEAN NIGRO 300 Union Street Franklin Dislikes flips that flop ... Hopes to be an airline stewardess ... Best remembers the summer of ’65 and Miss Turco’s Algebra II Class ... Lives by the philos¬ ophy “Laugh and the world laughs with you; cry and you cry alone” ... Usually found with Donna, Cam, Deb, Ginny and little Susie ... Wants someday to have a little patience. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; Oskey 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Folksinging Club 2. PATRICIA G. OSBORNE 598 Maple Street Franklin “Patsi” “Live for today; for yesterday is but a memory, and tomorrow is but a dream” ... Usually found in Room 120 ... Pet peeve is Phoebe and the Group ... Favorite memory is summer of ’67 ... Favorite companion is Gail ... Likes to remember Latin III and French IV ... Her ambition is to become a Latin teacher. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Chorus 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, Secretary; Future Teachers Club 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Oskey 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Dance Committee 1, 3, 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 3; Folksinging Club 2. MARTIN OTTO JOSEPH A. PALLADINI 438 West Central Street Franklin “Fanusta” Usually found on stage ... Pet peeve is night school ... Dreams of owning a Ferrari ... Favorite memory is summer of ’66 ... favorite companions are Bobby H., Larry P., and. Judy T. ... Likes to remember Junior math class with Mr. Burke ... Ambition is to be a Rock ’n roll star. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2. 2 Rolling Ridge Road Franklin “Marty” Favorite companions are “Fang”, George, Craig and Tony; Is usually found lifting weights ... Hopes to press 300 ... Dislikes the ’63 LeMans ... Sup¬ pressed desire is to graduate ... Will never forget Mrs. Farmer’s English Class. ACTIVITIES: Weightlifting 1, 2, 4; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Track Team 1, 2, 4; Driver Education 3. LAWRENCE PALLADINI Summer Street Franklin “Larry” Will always look back upon the sum¬ mer of ’67 ... Dislikes short hair on anyone ... Is usually found with his drums ... Favorite friends are “The Legends” ... His ambition includes graduation from F.H.S. and to succeed in the world of music. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. GLENN WILLIAM PARKER 3 Joval Court Franklin Hopes to play pro basketball ... Is usually found at practice ... Favorite companions include Muchy, Steve, Nellie, and the guys ... Dislikes insincere people ... Philosophy is, “God grant me the courage to change the things I can, the serenity to accept the things I can’t change, and the wisdom to know the difference” ... Ambition is to live life as it should be lived. ACTIVITIES: Class President 1; Year¬ book Staff; Latin Club 3; Honor So¬ ciety 2; Marshalls 2, 3, 4; Oskey 4; Student Council 2, 3, Vice President 4; Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4; -Freshman Basketball 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Jr. Varsity Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Driver Education 2. 10 Lexington Street Franklin “Milt” Dreams of knowing everything there is about cars ... Is usually found work¬ ing on cars ... Will never forget his Automotives class ... Dislikes English ... Favorite companion is Debbie ... Wishes to become a great mechanic. ACTIVITIE S: Driver Education 2. MILTON R. PARLIN CONSTANCE E. PELOQUIN 657 West Central Street Franklin “Con” Can usually be found with J. A. ... Pet peeve is smoking ... Favorite mem¬ ory is her first date with John ... Philosophy, “Live for today” ... Favorite companions are Paula, Donna, Deb, Gin, Jeanne, Kath and Susie ... Likes to remember fourth period study freshman year ... Ambition is to graduate. ACTIVITIES: Oskey 4; Spanish Club 1; Field Hockey 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Driver Educa¬ tion 4; Senior Class Play. CHERYL ANN PENNINGTON 691 Oak Street Franklin “Cherie” Likes to remember Senior year ... Usually found at Moe’s house or with George ... Philosophy is “Miss one trolly, there’s always another” Favorite companions are Moe, George, Linda, Sue, Louie ... Most remembered class, Mrs. Farmer’s ... Ambition is to become a medical secretary. ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1, 2; Drum Majorettes 3; Commercial Club 4; Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3; Grand March 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3, 4; Folksinging Club 2. KATHLEEN M. PASQUINO 1021 East Central Street Franklin “Kath” Favorite memory is August 13 and 19, ’67 ... Usually found with Dianne ... Can’t stand oral talks ... Suppressed desire is to have money ... Lives by the philosophy “The only way to have a friend is to be one” ... Most remem¬ bered class is Consumer Ed with Miss Szmanski ... Ambition is to become a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4. WILLIAM CHARLES PRAIRIE 59 Cottage Street Franklin “Billy” “If you can’t be yourself, you can’t be anyone” ... Usually found out of class during class ... Pet peeve is girls that drink ... Dreams of going to Cali¬ fornia ... Favorite memory is Friday and Saturday nights ... Favorite companions are Robo, Wolf, and Donnie ... Likes to remember his Junior Year with Mr. Burke ... Ambition is to be original. LAWRENCE ALLEN POLLARD 155 Summer Street Franklin “Buzzy” Will never forget his trip to New York with Hartattack and Mrs. Kenny’s Latin III Class ... Favorite companions are Pesky, Bully, Moose, Donny, and Wondy ... Pet Peeve is people on time espec¬ ially when he is not ... Dreams of playing major league baseball ... Be¬ lieves, “Smile and be happy especially when nobody else is” ... Ambition is to become another Perry Mason. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Basketball Man¬ ager 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Folk Singing Club 2; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3. CARL LOUIS PITASI 110 Pine Street Franklin “Pepino” Suppressed desire is to live on a beach in California ... Philosophy is “Be happy” ... Usually found under the bridge ... Favorite memory is a week¬ end at the cove, N.H. ... Favorite com¬ panions are Steve, Jim, Les, Mark and Dave ... Often recalls Junior Math ... Ambition is to be in computer operations. ACTIVITIES: Junior Vanity Football 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; Driver Education 3, 4. BETTE JANE PRENDERGAST 275 Main Street Franklin “B.J.” Goal is to lead a rich and happy life ... “Laughter is the best medicine” ... Usually found in a blue-green Mustang or with Janet, Donna, and Eileen ... Will never forget Prom ’67 ... Pet peeve is curly hair ... Always wanted to travel around the world ... Most remem¬ bers Algebra II. ACTIVITIES: Future Teachers Club 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. ANN M. PROULX 28 Cross Street “Anna” Franklin Has a hidden desire to see that day in the future ... French is her most remembered class .. . Will never forget July 29, 1966 and October 21, 1967 ... Found with a certain gang ... Detests conceited people ... Wants to teach the mentally retarded ... “Be yourself, not someone else”. ACTIVITIES: Drum Majorette 1, 2; Yearbook Staff; Future Teachers Club 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2; Senior Class Play. Acorn Place Franklin ‘Pub’ Hopes to teach first grade ... Pet peeve is tall people ... Can be found banging on the locker door ... Favorite companions are Sue and the “gang” ... Suppressed- desire is to design clothes ... Will never forget summers at the Cape and the Junior Prom ... Favorite class is Latin III ... Says “Good Things come in small packages”. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary, 4 Treasurer; In¬ tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Driver Education 2; Senior Class Play; Folksinging Club 2; Chess Club 3. LINDA PUBLICOVER KATHLEEN ANN REYNOLDS Fannie Way Franklin “Kath” Usually found riding around ... Hates stuck-up boys ... Will never forget February 25, 1967 ... Lives by the philosophy “Live and let live” ... Re¬ members Junior English with Mrs. Davis ... Hopes to become a hair stylist. ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1, 2, 3; In¬ tramurals 1, 2; Junior Varsity Basket¬ ball Manager 2; Grand March 3; Driver Education 2, 3. 193 Beaver Street Franklin “Tony” Will never forget Mrs. D’Aniello’s Eng¬ lish Class ... Always found loafing with Mike ... Hopes to travel around the world ... Pet peeve is Mr. Falvey’s Class ... Says, “Life is what you make it”. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2; Spanish Club 1; Driver Education 4. MAUREEN F. RIDGE 234 Conlyn Avenue Franklin “Moe” ANTHONY LOUIS REALINI Says, “Don’t do to others what you wouldn’t want done to yourself” ... Will always remember English ’66 and Decem¬ ber 27, 1967 ... Favorite companion is Cheryl ... Dislikes nosey people ... Dreams of going to Hawaii ... Wishes to become a hairdresser. ACTIVITIES: Drill Team 1; Chorus 1; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 4; Driver Education 3, 4. RITA MARIE RILEY 882 Pond Street Franklin “Rita” Most remembers Old Orchard Beach, Maine ... Believes you should live it up while you can ... Usually found at the Corral or with Patti and Sue ... Would like to travel ... Dislikes phonies ... Remembers English 4; Hopes to be¬ come a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Driver Education 3; Art Club 1; Folk¬ singing Club 2. LEANN CAROL ROACH 205 Bent Street Franklin Will never forget February vacation 1967 ... Would like to climb Mt. Everest ... Believes “Life is great, so live it!” ... Is usually found in Room 15 ... Fondly remembers sophomore and junior history ... hopes to teach History like Mr. Quinlan ... Dislikes inconsiderate people ... Enjoys the company of Sue and Lace ... Has a great dislike of snakes but a strange affinity for frogs. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Photography Staff; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Oskey 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4, Props. KEVIN ROBBINS 1 Eagle Drive Franklin Will always remember the summer of ’67 ... Usually found on the fence ... Pet peeve is being kicked off the fence ... Most enjoyed Business Law Class ... Hopes to graduate from college ... En¬ joys the company of Francis, Billy, and the guys ... Wants to go to California. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2; Grand March 3, 4. PATRICIA ROBINSON Washington Street Franklin “Patti” Fondly remembers August 12, 1967 ... Dislikes snobby people ... Dreams of owning a navy blue “vette” ... Firmly believes “You only live once; but if you live right, once is enough” ... Favorite companions are’ Nancy, Kathy and Marsha ... Best remembered class is first period study ... Ambition is to be an airline stewardess. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Var¬ sity Basketball 2; Junior Varsity Basket¬ ball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2; Art Club 3; Senior Class Play; Folk¬ singing Club 2. DEBORAH ELLEN ROCKWOOD 6 Forge Hill Road Franklin “Rocky” Usually found flirting ... Suppressed desire is to go to Hawaii ... Pet peeve is jealous boys ... Fondly remembers summer»of ’67 ... Favorite companions arg Connie, Ginny, Donna, Paula, and Kathy ... Ambition is to become an airline hostess ... Best remembered for her gullibility. ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Oskey 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2, 3; Senior Class Play. JOHN ROBICHAU 35 Parliament Drive Franklin “Jack” Favorite memory is driving the car ... Pet peeve is the Registry of Motor Ve¬ hicles ... Usually found counting his money ... Dreams of someday seeing the world ... Philosophy is “Trust in Allah, but keep your camel tied” ... Best pal is Gronk ... Often remembers Mr. Falvey’s class ... Ambition is to be his own boss. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 1; Driver Education 3; Folksinging Club 2; Chess Club 4; Golf Team 3, 4. 81 NORMAND RONDEAU 251 Grove Street Franklin “Gronk” Favorite memory is his first day at F. H. S. ... Usually located around the football field ... Hates broken pencil points in pants pockets ... Desires to someday have a million dollars Philosophy is “If it’s to be done today, do it right” ... Pals with Iliya ... Often recalls Mr. Falvey’s Math class ... Ambition is to become an electronics engineer. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2; Weight¬ lifting Club 2, 4; Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Track Team 2, 3, Manager 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3; Driver Education 2, 3. NAIF J. ROJEE JR. 110 Elm Street Franklin “Nif” Favorite memory is fishing in the Ever¬ glades ... Usually found in a black T. Bird ... Suppressed desire is to be a millionaire ... Favorite companion is Jim Brundage ... Most remembered class is Earth Science ... Ambition is to become an airplane technician. ACTIVITIES: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Cross Country 1. SUSAN ROOT Washington Street Franklin “Sue” Hopes to teach History ... Is usually found in the bandroom being bothered •by a certain sousaphone player Would like to be able to do something well ... Will never forget June 22, 1967 ... Enjoys Bug’s company ... Most re¬ members Math ’65-’66. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Driver Education 3. DIANNE SUSAN SANTORO 64 Lewis Street Franklin “Red” Favorite companions are Kathy and Pam ... Believes in doing something ri ght or not at all ... Dislikes con¬ ceited people ... Will never forget July 14, 1967 ... Fondly remembers U.S. History with Mr. Beksha ... Hopes to own a Firebird and become a dental assistant ... Best remembered for her red hair. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1; Dance Committees 1; Driver Education 3, 4. LINDA ST. ELMO 10 Sahlin Circle Franklin “Saint” “The more the merrier” v .. Hopes to become a nurse ... Will never forget fall of ’66 ... Dislikes people over 40 in sports cars ... Desires to take a trip to California ... Favorite companions are P. R., M. C., and A. S. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3. ARLETTE SALMON Washington Street Franklin “Sam” “Be a true friend or don’t be a friend at all” ... Usually found riding around or with L. S., M. C., or P. R. ... Would like to be able to make up her mind about anything ... Dislikes snobby boys ... Remembers summer ’67 ... Liked 1st period junior study •... Hopes to make a million. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; French Club 2; Intramurals 4; Driver Eudcation 3; Grand March 3; Dance Committees 4. 4 GAIL MARILEN SHANGRAW 391 East Central Street Franklin “Gig” “Behind all things lies something vaster; everything is but a path, a portal, or a window opening on something other than itself” ... Usually found asking questions ... Would like to live in France ... Intends to teach modern foreign languages ... Will never forget English 32 ... Enjoys the company .of Patsi. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Clerical Staff Editor; French Club 2, 4, President 3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Latin Club Recording Secre¬ tary 2; Oskey 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. 136 Long Hill Road Franklin “Bonnie” 1 “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” ... Almost always found working ... Hopes someday to ski the alps ... Buddies are M.C. and J.B. ... Most remembers May and June of 1965 and Latin III. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2; Latin Club Cor¬ responding Secretary 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2; Intramurals 1, 4; Softball 1; Driver Education 2, 3; Folksinging Club 2 . FRANK SARRICA 13 Anthony Street Franklin “Gusippi” Will never forget freshman year and study ... Hopes to be a mechanic ... Favorite companion is John ... Says “if at first you don’t accelerate, try the other pedal”. ACTIVITIES: Track Team 1. ANNE SCHAEFFER Will never forget August 15, 1966 ... Wishes she could control her temper ... Usually found with Shelly ... Remem¬ bers U. S. History as her favorite class ... Hopes to become a nurse ... Would love to go to Europe ... “Live and let live”. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3. BETH STACK 142 Pleasant Street Franklin “Bethie” Believes “Love plus faith equals happi¬ ness” ... Is usually found watching Paul ... Despises beards ... Hopes eventually to have a home and family ... Remem¬ bers chemistry ... Would like to be a medical secretary ... Is still counting December 24, 1965 to? ... Best re¬ membered as our most athletic girl. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Co-captain 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 4; Gymnastics 2, 3. PATRICIA A. SPLAINE 660 Lincoln Street Franklin “Tweet” Lives by the philosophy “Nothing is impossible to a willing heart” ... Usually found at C. P. with Pat, Rita, and Sue — Dislikes people who ask too much of you ... Remembers third period history class ... Hopes to go to college and one day make someone happy ... Will never forget the Prom of ’66. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3; French Club 4; Oskey 2; Grand March 3; Dance Committee 2; Driver Education 2, 3; Folksinging Club 2. 11 Betten Court Franklin “Jo” JOANNE SIMMONS JAN STELLO 211 Peck Street Franklin Hopes to be an airline stewardess ... Believes “Where there’s a will, there’s a way” ... Usually found looking for fun with Patsy, Kathy, Wendy, and Gayle ... Fondly recalls freshman fourth period study ... Dislikes moody people. ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 4; French Club 2; Intramurals 4; Grand March 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2. NANCY STOBBART Desires only to ski the Alps, solo across the Atlantic, and go on a safari in Africa ... Is usually found at good ol’ D. J. C. ... Favorite companions include: Kathy, Patty, Marsha and the gang ... Dislikes insincere people ... Likes to remember her freshman year and Speech Class ’66-’67 ... Believes “Life is not life at all without delight” ... Hopes to become educated and live a worthwhile life. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Drama Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Grand March 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 2; Senior Class Play; Folksinging Club 2; Chess Club 3. SUZANNE R. STREET 32 Mackintosh Street Franklin “Sam” Will always remember January 12, 1968, and U.S. History class ... Believes “Always look for the best in people for your worst enemy may be your best friend.” ... Dreams of racing cars some¬ day ... Favorite companions are Chris, Linda, Sue, and Janice ... Dislikes snobby people ... Hopes to become a hairdresser. ACTIVITIES: Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education 3. 454 East Central Street Franklin “Nance” DONNA MARIE STREETER 210 East Central Street Franklin Hopes one day to visit San Francisco ... Favorite memory is February 11, 1967 ... Best friends are “the group” ... Aspires to teaching ... Philosophy is “Live all you can; it’s a mistake not to” ... Will never forget Mrs. D’Aniello’s class. ACTIVITIES: Future Teachers Club 4; Oskey 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Grand March 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee; Driver Education 2; Senior Class Play. GARRETT JOHN SULLIVAN 72 Southgate Road Franklin “Sully” Believes, “When in doubt, do it” ... Dreams of painting a mural on his wall ... Favorite companions are Glenn and G.T. ... Usually found with a guitar ... Will always remember Mr. Crowley’s Art class and Mrs. Kenney’s Latin class ... Dislikes t.v. commercials ... Am¬ bition is to become a great painter ... Best remembered for his art work. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Co-Editor; Honor Society 1, 2, Vice President 3; Drama Club 2; Oskey 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Educa¬ tion 3. 33 Queen Street kranklin “Tommy” “He who hesitates is lost” ... Can be found riding around in a blue Chevy ... His best friends are Anne and the guys ... Favorite memory is August 19, 1967 ... Will never forget Mr. Boberg’s English Class ... Pet peeve is girls who smoke ... Ambition is to be happy. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 1; Freshman Football 1; Track Team 1, 2, 4; Grand March 4; Driver Education 2, 3; Folk¬ singing Club 2; Golf Team 4. THOMAS G. TAYLOR ALAN THIBEAULT School Street Franklin “AT Often recalls the summer of ’67 and his senior year at F.H.S. ... Says, “Live and let live” ... Hopes to live life the way it was meant to be lived ... Desires to own a car someday of his own ... Am¬ bition is to succeed in the outside world. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. GEORGE ROUPEN TOROSIAN, JR. 420 Chestnut Street Franklin “G. T.” Hopes to leave earth ... Pet peeve is languages ... Fondly remembers the Senior Class Play ... Says “Eat nourish¬ ing foods” ... Favorite companion is Toulouse ... Favorite classes are Chem¬ istry and Physics ... Desires to be 8’ 6” ... Best remembered for his dramatic ability. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Senior Class Play 4; Track Team 3, 4; Driver Education 4. GERALD THAYER 64 Summer Street Franklin “Jerry” Desires to own a “Vette” ... Will never forget the Junior Prom ... Buddies are Dave, Fudge, and Tex ... Pet peeve is term papers ... Usually found work¬ ing at Puritan Drugs ... Ambition is to be successful ... Often recalls Mr. Beksha’s History Class ... Philosophy is “Be rich and loaf”. ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3; Driver Education 3, 4. RICHARD H. TRINQUE Prospect Street Franklin “Rich” Ambition is to see a united earth ... Favorite companion is Steve ... Junior English was his favorite class ... De¬ sires to travel around the world as a hobo ... Pet peeve is work and he is usually found where work is not ... Says, “All play and no work won’t make a living, but what a way to go.” ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Track Team 2, 3; Driver Education 2. PATRICE MARIE VIPRAIO 240 Summer Street Franklin “Patsy” “Nothing is impossible to a willing heart” ... Dislikes boys with lines ... Is usually found with Jan, Gayle, Wendy, and Kathy ... Often recalls study during her freshman year ... Hopes to make that special boy happy and to finish Tell It To The Rain. ACTIVITIES: Drum Majorettes 1; Com¬ mercial Club 4; French Club 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Intramurals 4; Dance Committees 1; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3. EILEEN VAN LEEUWEN Forest Street Franklin “Lee” Usually found at Rangerette Drill ... Pet Peeve is her little sister ... Dreams of owning a black stallion ... Pals with BJ. and Deb ... Philosophy is, “You win some, you lose some—-and some are rained out” ... Wants to become a really good history teacher. ACTIVITIES: Future Teacher’s Club Sec¬ retary 3, President 4; French Club 4; Honor Society 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 4; Gymnastics 2, 3. VIRGINIA WALLS 6 Forge Hill Road Franklin “Ginny” “Always hope for the best” .. . Sup¬ pressed desire is to be rich ... Pet peeve is diets ... Will always remember Christmas Eve of ’66 and study during her Freshman year ... Usually found with Jeff ... Favorite companions are Deb, Con, Donna, Paula and Kath ... Would like to be a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff; Com¬ mercial Club 4; Drama Club 2; Oskey 4; Intramurals 1, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 2; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 3; Senior Class Play. BRUCE WARREN Washington Street Franklin “Flapper” Will never forget math with Mr. Burke or January 31, 1967 ... Favorite com¬ panion is Patty ... Dreams of owning a new Vette ... Believes “Do it, but don’t get caught” ... Usually found in a green truck ... Hopes to become an airplane technician. ACTIVITIES: Grand March 3, 4; Driver Education 2, 3; Folksinging Club 2. MALCOLM WHITCOMB 370 Pleasant Street Franklin “Goose” Looks back upon August 5, 1967 and Speech Class ... Favorite companion is Sandy ... Is usually at Sandy’s house ... Dreams of becoming rich ... Believes “Take the easy way out” ... Plans to become an engineer. ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2; French Club 2; Freshman Football 1; Grand March 3, 4? Driver Education 3; Folk¬ singing Club 2. MARK WHITCOMB CANDACE WILCOX 270 Pond Street Franklin “Candy” Hopes to teach the Oklahoma Indians ... Can be found with either Paul or Susan ... Fondly remembers her first date with Paul ... Desires to join the Army ... Detests her braces ... Will never forget Mrs. D’Aniello’s class. ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2; Spanish Club 4. 370 Pleasant Street Franklin “Gugga Tinta” “Get what you can out of life” ... Can be found at Joanne’s house ... Favorite memory is December 30, 1966 ... Will never forget Mr. Vallee’s French Class ... Suppressed desire is to be free from society and to be able to do as he pleases ... Hopes someday to be the head chef of a famous restaurant. ACTIVITIES: French Club 1; Freshman Football 1; Grand March 3; Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Driver Education 2, 3. JOHN WILHELM 380 Oak Street Franklin Usually found with his guitar ... Dis¬ likes bad drummers ... Hopes to play the guitar like George Benson ... Says “Anyone can be what he wants to be” ... Will never forget the summer at Berkley. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 2, 3. LINDA WILLARD 529 Pleasant Street Franklin Is usually found with Eddie Favorite memory is August 6, 1967 ... Lives by the philosophy “If you can’t be good, be careful” ... Ambition is to graduate and become a hair dresser ... Favorite companion is Maureen ... Can’t stand people who are late ... Most remembers study. STEPHEN THOMAS WILLIAMS 214 Summer Street Franklin “Steve” Will always remember the summer of ’65 ... Believes, “Life is too short to be unhappy” ... His favorite friends are Gogi and the guys ... Is usually found at 287 Cottage Street ... Hopes to make it through college and to be a teacher-coach someday ... Best remem¬ bered for his football spirit. ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football 1; Junior Varsity Football 2; Varsity Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Basketball 1; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand March 3, 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 2. GARY ROBERT WOODS 192 Conlyn Avenue Franklin “Woody” “Try to make the best out of life, for you only live once” ... Desires to play golf at St. Andrew’s in Scotland ... Will never forget January 13, 1967 or Mr. Lucien’s Science Class ... His favorite companion is Paula ... Detests frauds ... Desires to find his place in life ... Is usually found at work. ACTIVITIES: Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Foot¬ ball Manager; Freshman Basketball Man¬ ager; Driver Education 3; Track Team 1; Folksinging 2; Golf Team 2, 3, Captain 4. JOSEPH YODER 829 West Central Street Franklin “Yo-Yo” Ambition is to be a policeman ... Will never forget graduation ... Usually found at the fire or police station ... Pet peeve is teachers ... Suppressed desire is to become a forest ranger ... Chums with Joe ... Favorite class is Junior shop ... Believes “Search for tomorrow”. SUSAN YOUNG 14 Rolling Ridge Road Franklin “Brown Eyes” Desires to excel in shorthand and art ... Will always remember Shorthand II class and July of ’66 ... Favorite com¬ panions are Candy and Susan ... Advises “Don’t look back on yesterday, for it is today that counts” ... Her pet peeve is waiting for Mr. McCall ... Is usually found in the Driver Ed. Car ... Best remembered as class artist. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook staff; Chorus 1, 2; Driver Education 3, 4; Art Club 3. KATHRYN J. WRIGHT 626 Washington Street Franklin “Kathy” Believes “Do your best ... or better than that” .. . Favorite companions are Linda and Pam ... Desires to become a W. A. F. ... Dislikes homework on weekends ... Will never forget vacations in Vermont ... Favorite class was Biology ... Usually found in Room 116 ... Goal is to become a secretary. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Com¬ mercial Club 4; Oskey 3; Driver Edu¬ cation 3; Typist for Athletic Department. PAUL E. ALDRIDGE Daniels Street Franklin Ollie Hopes to be an electronics technician ... Usually found with Bruce, Joe, Dave and Bill ... Dislikes radar police ... Best remembers Mr. Beksha’s U.S. His¬ tory Class ... Would like to make money like the Rockefellers ... Believes “Do unto others before they do unto you”. ACTIVITIES: Weightlifting Club 3; Cross Country 3; Track Team 4; Driver Education 2. FRANCIS CARRIGAN 5 Charlotte Court Franklin “Ron” Detests Monday mornings ... Hopes to live in Miami ... Usually found up¬ town ... Will never forget Kitty and Penny ... Ambition is to go into the air conditioning field ... Fondly remembers French I ... Believes “You only live once, so live it up”.. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3, 4. 239 Union Street Franklin “Peanuts” Likes to remember the World’s Fair and Mr. Burke’s English Class ... Is usually found uptown, just hanging around ... Can’t stand Monday mornings ... Suppressed desire is to swim the English Channel ... Bruce, Murph, Bill and Daney are his favorite companions ... Plans to become a jet pilot. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. RONNIE CHUPKO MARK WILLIAM FITZGERALD 376 Maple Street Franklin “Fitz” Suppressed desire is to succeed in college ... Usually found with the gang ... Likes to recall summer ’67 ... Philosophy is “Something is better when it’s hard to get” ... Favorite friends are Don, Sam, Moose, Buzz and George ... Likes to remember his French class ... Pet peeve is little freshmen. ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Grand March 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Driver Education 4. DONALD FREGEAU 105 Brook Street Franklin “Donnie” Usually found playing the guitar ... Pet peeve is food ... Favorite companion is Mari flower child ... Likes to re¬ member meeting the “Young Rascals ” ... Philosophy is “Don’t be what you aren’t, be what you are” ... Dreams of becoming as popular as the “Rolling Stones.” ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3 RANDALL B. GADWAH 71 Conlyn Avenue Franklin “Randy” Favorite friends are Gino, Lou, and Gary ... Says, “Do unto others before they do unto you” ... Dreams of some¬ day graduating ... Will always remem¬ ber his freshman class ... Hopes to succeed in life. LOUIS GASBARRO 7 West Park Street Franklin “Lou” Says, “Live now for you only live once” ... Likes to remember his Senior year ... Favorite companions are Randy and the guys ... Dislikes educators ... Hopes to graduate someday. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. ROBERT EDWARD HURD 819 West Central Street Franklin “Bob” “Don’t put off till tomorrow what you can do today” ... Will always remember his classes between ’67 and ’68 ... Dis¬ likes cars or bikes that don’t run ... Favorite companions are John and Joe ... Dreams of becoming a Racing Driver ... Ambition is to graduate from F.H.S. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. MAUREEN AGNES KELLEY 3 Edward Street Franklin Dreams of going to California ... Will never forget February 24, 1967 or Mr. B’s History class ... Is usually found with Klave ... Believes “Put off today what some else will do for you tomorrow” Favorite companions are Barby, Nancy and Linda. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; Commercial Club 4; Intramurals 2, 4; Driver Edu¬ cation 2, 3. 96 MICHAEL BASSIGNANI King Street Franklin “Mike” Likes to remember the summer of ’67 . .. Favorite companion is Laddie ... Is usually found with the Merits ... Pet Peeve is broken guitar strings .. . Dreams of someday playing at the London Pa- ladium ... Remembers Mr. Steven’s chemistry class ... Ambition is to be successful in life. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. JOHN BERGSTROM 14 Betten Court Franklin Says, “Have fun while you can” ... Will always remember July 4, 1964 and Physiology class ... His favorite com¬ panion is Elaine ... Is usually found at Walter’s Dairy ... Hates to see old people driving on the roads ... Ambition is to become a state trooper. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. ALLEN HANLON 105 Brook Street Franklin “Laddie” Would like someday to become a com¬ poser ... Is usually found playing the organ ... Dislikes snobby people ... Favorite companion is Mike ... Hopes to make it as big as the Beatles some ' day. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. 97 KATHLEEN MARIE RACKETTE 508 Old Farm Road Franklin “Dusty” Will always remember her first prom ... Favorite companion is Phil ... Likes to recall the class of ’66 ... Wishes to graduate from H.H.S. ... Dislikes con¬ ceited people ... Is usually found in Hopkinton ... Ambition is to become an airline hostess ... Says, “One who grasps all, loses all”. PAMELA ROJEE 110 Elm Street Franklin “Pam” Often recalls July of ’66 ... Pet peeve is people who are indifferent ... sup¬ pressed desire is to own a car ... Philos¬ ophy is “Smile and the world smiles with you; cry, and you cry alone ... Favorite companions are M.C., A.S., and L.S. ... Ambition is to become a hairdresser. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1; Grand March 3; Prom Committee 3; Driver Edu¬ cation 4. WILLIAM RACKETTE 508 Old Farm Road Franklin “Monkey” Wishes to attend the University of Massachusetts ... Will always remember his Junior year and that weekend at U. Mass. ... Dislikes English teachers ... Likes to pal around with the guys ... Dreams of becoming a Hippie. 98 JOHN T. SCAPPATICCI 207 Peck Street Franklin “Scap” “If you don’t have to do it, don’t ... Is usually found around town or with A1 ... Will always remember the sum¬ mer of ’67 ... Loathes girls with short hair ... Would like to become a million¬ aire ... Recalls Metals II. ACTIVITIES: Driver Education 3. CATHERINE A. TAYLOR 81 East Central Street Franklin “Cathy” Hopes someday to obtain some success in life ... Often recalls Thursday night and Spanish I class ... Dislikes con¬ ceited people ... Says, “I love mankind, it’s people I can’t stand ... Her am¬ bition is to join the Air Force. ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Soft- ball 3; Art Club 3; Driver Education 4. JUDITH ANN ZAHNER 7 Skyline Drive Franklin “Judy” Ambition is to become a liscensed practical nurse ... Philosophy is “Laugh and the world laughs with you; cry, and you cry alone” ... Ranking people down annoys her ... Favorite friends are Donna L. and Donna C. ... Likes to recall Mrs. Farmer’s English III class and January 1, 1965. ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 1, 4; Driver Education 4. 99 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Garrett and Debbie RECOGNIZING DID MOST FOR F. H. S. Greg and Donna MOST POISED Don and Nancy CLASS CLOWNS Louie and Susan MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY Kathy and Jim 101 MOST PUNCTUAL Wendy and George 102 MOST ACTIVE Dan and Wendy WITTIEST Kevin and Jan MOST SINCERE Leo and Susan HAPPY-GO-LUCKY Rena and Jim BEST SMILE Arlette and Paul FRIENDLIEST Susan and Sam CLASS ARTISTS Susan afid Tom 103 CLASS POETS Tom and Debbie BEST LOOKING GIRL Donna BEST MANNERED Sandy and Don BEST LOOKING BOY George 104 NOISIEST Ann and Bruce MOST MUSICAL Dick and Janet 105 MOST GULLIBLE Debbie and Kim MOST RESPECTED Donna and Steve 106 MOST INTELLECTUAL Gail and George MOST LOQUACIOUS Alice and Louie CLASS COUPLE Beth and Paul MOST AMBITIOUS Gail and Dan MOST POPULAR Greg and Kathy CUTEST Paula and Paul 107 BEST LINE Connie and Craig TALLEST AND SHORTEST Jean, Angelo, Rena, and Steve 108 TYPICAL F.H.S. Donna and Greg NEATEST Wendy and Leo BEST DRESSED George and Patsy BEST DANCERS Kim and Gayle 109 LEADING AND FOLLOWING ■ ' O " 1 ' t IS Sit : iim II | | tiiiArfiMft ' liHiil ill i J al — ' +■ sssMtejK -— J Til CLASS OF 1969 CLASS OFFICERS: Debbie Cordeiro, Secretary; Janet Cochrane, Treasurer; Miss Alice Beane, Advisor; Chris Beane, President; Robbie Richards, Vice-President. MOST POPULAR Joanne Pisini and Robbie Richards 112 CLASS OF 1970 CLASS OFFICERS l to r: Betsy Holmes, Treasurer Caroline Mazur, Secretary; Albie Dellorco, Vice-President; Alan Mercer, President; Mr. Joseph Beksha, Advisor. MOST POPULAR Sue Lavigne and Alan Mercer ■HI CLASS OF 1971 CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Mr. James Chelotti, Advisor; Fred Baglioni, President. Back Row: Susan Ayotte, Vice-President; Charl- ette Dwyer, Secretary; Sally Rheinhart, Treasurer. MOST POPULAR: David Mucciarone and Susan Ayotte I 19 ROOM 23 ROOM 24 ROOM 25 ROOM 26 | 120 HONOR SOCIETY The Horace Mann Chapter of the National Honor Society has again helped to lead and support our school activities. This has been possible through the combined efforts of its members; students who represent the school in leadership, citizenship, scholar¬ ship, service and character. The officers of the Honor Society include Dan Gilmore, President; Janet Cochrane, Vice-President; Jim Nelson, Secretary; and Kathy Dacey, Treasurer. The members of the Honor Society and their advisor, Mr. Roger Rainville, have enjoyed such activities as discussion groups, fund-raising projects, and trips to plays and athletic events in Boston, in one of their most active years. OFFICERS: l to r: Donna DuBois, Secretary; Gary Woods, Treasurer; Mr. Quinlan, Advisor; Glenn Parker, Vice Presi¬ dent ; Greg Dellorco, President. STUDENT COUNCIL One of the many activities of the Student Council, led by Mr. Quinlan was to act as Marshal Squad this year. The Student Council sponsored a drive for Christmas gifts for the elderly people in convalescent homes in Franklin. They also offered a scholarship in memory of John F. Kennedy to some deserving senior, and spon¬ sored various elections held in our school. After a rewarding year the Student Council attended a Red Sox base¬ ball game for an afternoon of fun and excitement. 124 FUTURE TEA CHERS CLUB The aim of the Future Teachers Club is to interest students in the field of teaching. This year the program of student teaching has expanded so that members now have the opportunity to practice teach at all grade levels. This has interested many stu¬ dents and membership in the club has greatly increased. Under the able leadership of the club officers and advisor, Mr. Di- Libero, new activities were started to make this a very active year. OFFICERS: Seated, l to r: Sue Kellogg, Secretary; Eileen Van Leeuwen, President; Mary Lou Gromelski, Treasurer; Sue Loftus, Vice President. Standing, l to r: Mr. DiLibero, Advisor; Anne Proulx, Parliamentarian; Nancy Baker, Historian. 125 SPANISH CLUB The activities of the club began in Novem¬ ber with sponsorship of the Milford football game in union with the Commercial Club. In May the club attended the International Food Festival in Cambridge where the members sampled many Spanish foods. Also in May a Sadie Hawkin’s Dance was sponsored with the French Club. Certificates and pins were dis¬ tributed to the honor students. The officers of the club are Bob Davis, el Presidente; Diane Bond, la Vice-Presidente; Beryl Berndt, la Teocrera; Kathy McNamara, la Secretaria. Meetings are held once a month under the direction of Mrs. Howard. 126 LATIN CLUB The Latin Club is composed of all those who are actively participating in Latin classes and those who have studied Latin. Among this year’s activities are the annual Book Fair, which has proven a great success, a trip, to OEdipus Rex, a day at the Museum of Fine Arts, and attendance at the State Junior Classical League Convention. Each member must wear a toga to this event, and last years .group was privileged to win the chariot race. Members of the club also look forward to the annual Roman Banquet to climax the year. The Latin Club also sponsors a $200 scholarship for a worthy senior, and has made donations to the Youth Council in Franklin, Of¬ ficers of the club are, seated: George Murphy, Con¬ sul; Mrs. Kenney, Advisor; Jeff Jenest, Pontifex Maximus. Standing are Linda Publicover, Aedile; Susan Hancock, Scriba, and Anne Schaeffer, Praetor. FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francais spends its time combining work with enjoyment. With the assistance of the advisor, Mr. Warren Kemp, the officers strive to lead the club in a variety of activities such as bake sales, car washes, dances and the annual trip to the International Fun Fair. The money raised in the various functions is directed toward a scholarship given to a senior pursuing studies in French. This year the officers include: Anne Marie King, President; Sue Lavigne, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Patsi Osborne, Secretary, and Leann Roach, Treasurer. 128 NEWSPAPER STAFF The Franklin High School newspaper, “It’s Happening”, has completed its second year of publication. It has started using a new machine for printing, which has improved both the size and the content of the paper. The paper embarked on a new exchange program, in which the paper came in contact with many other school newspapers throughout the state. The reporting staff has worked hard to bring to the students the most up to date and important news of the school, while the publication staff has worked quickly and smoothly to publish the paper. All of these activities take place under the direction of Editor Bob Davis and his assistant Charles Feeley, and the newspaper’s two advisors, Mr. Quinlan and Mrs. Strack. Other editors of the staff are Debbie Bartelloni, Features; Jeanne Lenihan, Activities; Mike Hart, Sports; Anne Marie Priorello, Exchange; Marsha Ledbury, Art; and Cole Davis, Business Manager. FRESHMAN DRAMA CLUB The newly formed Freshman Drama Club has received much support throughout the school. It is under the direction of Mr. Chelotti and his assistant, Mr. Miller. They have set out to put on the production “West Side Story”. 129 COMMERCIAL CLUB The membership of the Commercial Club includes any senior girl in the Business Department. Miss Fraser and Miss Szyman- ski are the club advisors. Among the activi¬ ties of the club is selling candy at the various sports events. This year the club atten ded the production of “Hello, Dolly” in Boston. Commercial Club Officers are: Seated: Miss Szymanski, Advisor; Virginia Walls, President; Miss Fraser, Advisor; Standing: Rena Arcaro, Vice President; Donella LeVitre, Treasurer; Linda Delfino, Secretary. RADIO CLUB The Radio Club was initiated into our school activities this year, un¬ der the guidance of Mr. Sheehan. The hard working club is striving to set up their own radio station and is making tremendous progress in that direction. As a new and differ¬ ent club, the Radio Club has been ac¬ cepted with interest. Officers of the club include: Bill Poellmitz, Presi¬ dent; Mike Gilmore, Treasurer; Joe Nerney, Secretary; Ron Fox, Vice President. PEP CLUB As a newly formed club the Pep Club cheered for our basketball team. We hope this club will continue to grow in the coming years. They added spirit to our school and noise to our game. Officers of the Club include: OFFICERS: Mr. Leone, Advisor; Linda McKay, President; Chris Doherty, Vice President; Anne Proulx, Secretary. The Weightlifting Club, under the direc¬ tion of Mr. Evans is the most popular club among the boys. Members meet regularly in the special exercise room to keep them¬ selves physically fit. WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB BAND Increased membership in the Franklin High School Band has provided an increase in sound. The group has enjoyed providing the musical backdrop for many activities such as football games and rallies. Under the direction of Mr. Iacovelli the members of the band combine their interest and talent to take part in local concerts, and school programs in Franklin and neighboring high schools. 134 CHOR US The Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Iacovelli, has given its members the op¬ portunity to participate in many musical programs. Some of these include the Oskey, local concerts, and exchange concerts with area schools. Its members look forward to worthwhile and enjoyable experiences. DRILL TEAM MAJORETTES The Franklin High School Drill Team, comprised of girls of all four classes, participated vigorously in the half-time performance of each football game. The girls did an excellent job organizing si successful team even though they had a great many problems due to double sessions. They were un¬ der the direction of their Captains Peggy Roy and Melanie Compton. COLOR GUARD DRILL TEAM I wonder if she likes me? I wish She’d get off my Leg. The Future Custodian’s Club and their advisor Just come along quietly Mrs. Bell. 137 THREE COINS IN A FO UNTAIN 140 Prom Night and the gym is transformed into a lush, green garden and in the center, a foun¬ tain. Amid this splendor stroll couples arm in arm; the young men in their tuxedos and the young ladies in their gowns. Somehow, they are no longer school children but young men and women. Reigning over this mystical garden is our Prom Queen, Donna Lloy. All in all, the Prom is one of the highlights of our high school days, long to be remembered. ,.o, FRESHMAN ACQUAINTANCE DANCE 144 One day out of the year Seniors have the chance to walk tall and the freshmen to grovel at their feet. Just remember, Seniors, four years ago you were lowly freshmen too. (grovel: to lie or creep with body prostrate in token of subservience or abasement.) 145 SENIOR CLASS PL A Y CAST Ruth . Susan Hare Edith . Susan Hancock Charles .George Torosian Doctor Bradman . George Murphy Mrs. Bradman . Janice Johnston Madame Arcarti .Linda Publicover Elvira ..Kathy Cameron BLITHE SPIRIT Members of the Senior Class enjoyed the production of “Blithe Spirit”, a sophisticated comedy by Noel Coward, under the direction of Mr. James Johnston. Although the audience was small, there was no lack of spirit, as the play was received warmly by students and critics alike. WINNING AND LOSING MR. WILLIAM J. REX Since Mr. Rex entered our school system he has been a great contribution to athletics and the class room. As Athletic Director he was kept mighty busy. He did a superb job coaching base¬ ball and football, and was quite an addition to the Science Department. It seems that Mr. Rex has thrived on work, and this has led to his new posi¬ tion as Vice Principal of the afternoon session. MR. GERARD T. LEONE Mr. Leone has worked more in this past year than most people do in ten. He took over as head football coach and Athletic Director, in addition to his regular duties as a teacher. Mr. Leone earned the respect of the entire school through his hard work and determination. He stuck with the football team throughout a tough season. All in all Mr. Leone was more than qualified to step into the shoes of his predecessor Mr. Rex. From all of us a word of congratulations to a tremendous man. 150 FOOTBALL Under the direction of a new coaching staff, headed by Mr. Gerard Leone, the Pan¬ thers had a disappointing season, marred by injuries and hard luck. Co-captains Steve Williams and Glenn Parker were excellent leaders, who were typical of the hard work, pride and determination con¬ tributed by all members of the team. A fine group of Jayvees should find start¬ ing roles next year in the hope of having a winning season. Won 4 Lost 5 Franklin Opponent 8 Case . . 6 8 Mansfield . .... 32 12 Somerset . . 6 16 Ashland . . 0 0 Foxboro . .... 21 6 Oliver Ames . .... 12 14 Milford. .6 6 Canton . .... 34 0 King Philip. . 7 70 126 151 Head Coach Leone Back Coach Lombardi Line Coach Missler Head Manager Mike Hart vis’ ' ' ' STARTING TEAM LINEMEN, l to r: Greg Dellorco, Steve Williams, Bob Goguen, Tom Burke, John McGuire, Dan Gilmore, Jim Nelson. BACKS, l to r: Albie Dellorco, Paul Mucciarone, Kim Giordano, Glenn Parker. Coaches with Co-Captains Williams and Parker 153 KIM DAN NAIF .87 JIM JOHN STEVE 154 BOB DANA GLENN GREG : - f m mm PAUL DICK m t” .or 1 W 7 STEVE PHIL NORM TOM 155 HARD WORK DETERMINA TION . . . 157 AND PRIDE 158 MAKE A WINNING TEAM FIELD HOCKEY Schedule Won Tie Lost Foxboro . 2-0 The Girls’ Field Hockey team finished with Sharon . . 4-0 a winning season. Playing against some of King Philip . . 2-0 the top teams of the Hockomock League made Foxboro . 2-2 the season a challenge. Sharon . . 2-1 Led by the Varsity Captain, Beth Stack, the Mansfield . 1-1 team finished with a record of 6-3-3. Canton . . 3-1 The J.V.’s finished with a record of 4-3-5. Easton . 5-1 Our thanks to Miss Marjorie Dumoulin Stoughton. 1-1 for her fine coaching, which led the team King Philip. Medway. .2-1 2-0 to victory. Ashland. .1-0 CROSS COUNTRY This year’s cross-country team ended its season with a 1 and 4 record. The team was led by the co¬ captains Bill Grover and Jim Dacey. Other seniors on the team were Steven Goldenberg. In one meet Bill Grover set a new school record for the two and a half mile course, covering it in 13.02. Other mem¬ bers of the team were; Chris Beane, Fran Maycock, John Pizzi, Bill Reinhart, Eric Taylor, Dave Norton, Pat Quinlan, Allen Jarret, Scott Herbert, John Deplitch, and Russell Sampson. SENIOR MEMBERS: Stephen Goldenberg, Jim Dacey, and Bill Grover 163 VARSITY W r 2gp • T F • ■ ' ; ’x . K mm ■ I mJM ' ptfc 1 , 1 iHL ; j ' ! rJk-luB i i i i i. jm S i i r i jflPk " J I yt , 1 i R WR WS? |Hr 4 , ) j ; . ; . 1 K T - m j W Jpm 1 JUNIOR VARSITY FRESHMEN 164 BOYS ' BASKETBALL The basketball team was refueling under the direction of a new coach, Mr. Williams. The boys were known for their determination until the end, no matter what the scoreboard read. Franklin Opponent 55 Foxboro . 61 39 Oliver Ames . 58 64 Canton.37 50 Mansfield . 58 41 King Philip.49 72 Stoughton . 90 31 Sharon.64 42 Foxboro . 43 48 Oliver Ames.80 55 Canton.50 72 Mansfield . 62 58 King Philip.57 51 Stoughton . 60 47 Sharon.72 GLENN DICK PAUL SAM GIRLS’ BASKETBALL VARSITY JR. VARSITY FRESHMEN 169 DONNA BETH SCHEDULE VARSITY SCORE Won Lost Hoepdale. .56-15 Bellingham . . 32-22 Medway . 44-26 Ashland . . 32-14 Canton. .41-14 Mansfield. .48-20 King Philip. .47- 8 Stoughton . 49-31 Sharon . .35-34 Eoxboro . . 38-29 Easton. 56-31 Canton. .33-20 Mansfield. .43-26 170 The girls’ basketball team completed this season with a 10-3 record. We are proud to say that this is the best season the girls have had in some years. With practically the whole team returning next year, excepting co-captains Donna Dubois and Beth Stack, we are sure that the team will do even better. Our sincere thanks to Miss Dumoulin for coaching us up to and including the Southeastern Mass. Invitational Tourna¬ ment. Although we didn’t bring home a trophy, we are proud that we qualified to enter. CO-CAPTAIN GAYLE CO-CAPTAIN KATHY DEBBIE RENA 173 INDOOR TRACK This ears team showed talent as its captain, Jim Dacey, remained undefeated in the 300 yard dash. Gearge Torosian, Mike Crawford, and Mark Melanson joined Dacey on a relay team that just missed setting a school record. Steve Goldenberg and Mike Rennet ran in the middle distance events while Juniors George Staffier, John Pizzi, Rill Rhinehart, and I ' ran Maycock competed in the long distance runs. F ranklin Opponent Canton. . 35 51 Danvers . 32 54 Chelmsford . 29 57 Walpole . 39 47 Don Bosco .... 40 46 hitman Hanson 51 31 Xaverian . 23 63 Catholic Memorial 27 59 VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Hopes for a successful year and a possi¬ ble chance for the Hockomock League title are high for this year’s team. Mr. Ron Bonollo is the new coach of this team of veterans. Several of last year’s starters are returning. There are also several players from last year’s fine Junior Varsity team who should be able to fill the positions vacated by last year’s seniors. Sam Pas- quantonio and Paul Mucciarone are the Panthers co-captains. 176 The Girls’ Softball team is returning this year with much spirit and enthusiasm for a winning season. Last year, Miss Turco took over as coach and did an excellent job with the team. The team mainly consists of underclassmen, so many more winning seasons should be at hand for them. GIRLS’ SOFTBALL SPRING TRACK With only a few seniors returning this season from last year’s Class “L” and Hockomack League championship team a rough schedule lies ahead. Jim Dacey is this year’s captain and Mr. Avakian is the new coach. There are several underclassmen however who will move into starting posi¬ tions and help provide for a successful year. TENNIS TEAM Still a young sport at Franklin, tennis is catching on. Each of the past three seasons has seen a better team and this year should be no exception. All but one of last year’s players is returning and under the direction of a new coach, Mr. Beksha, another improved and successful teajn will represent the school. GOLF TEAM With only two starters returning this year hopes are running high to improve last season’s record of 7-5-2. Leading the team will be Captain Gary Woods. We would like to wish Coach Lombardi and his team a successful year. 179 There was a lot of hard work and many discouragements , but the pleasure was all ours. We hope you enjoy reading this yearbook as much as we enjoyed putting it together. 182 ftp igea, mag- record at books to the at Fayetteville the Fort Brftgf packages were the high seas. I Red Cross has sent covers, Christmas potted plants to the money and gifts to | supplied by the service men on have no faml- fem presents. The contain cigarette nuts, fountain sttes. gift packages con- rge gift and smaller playing cards, cig- and candles — were eteran hospitals. Oth- plude: 14 fruit cakes, Christmas music, hard oandy, 46, scrlptlons to the Post, and ev- edltlon books. ' Cross will furn-. ith 100 Christ- lng fount- irettes, and d poinset- ior group Istmas cards “by the service feir families and tenu covers were have sent $100 Iren overseas, and gift boxes to be iem at Christmas, ins one toy, soap, 1 toothbrush, socks. Jets. sent the St. Ha- bus to Fayette- to sing for vet- club is directed Ute of the college. isted with ht series will be held In Christ Episcopal Church Wednes¬ day night beginning at 10:80, with special seasonal music to be fol¬ lowed at 11 o ' clock by observance of the Holy Communion. The Right ADS of Christian faith, much which is obscure and confused becomes clearer. " We realise that even art in Episcoj Commi at 11: If lowed by sp including s Shepherds, ' J R. M, Cor a. m. Chi Communloi ed, and si will be re ence E. tor, will ol Mldftlght Midi the Sacred nesday nlghi yincent S. lelgh ' , as ral men ' s will be hek o ' clock.- HigJ brated at 11 dered by Choir. A Christmas held in O Church, con dor Kuehnerw On Christmwk candlelight servv and song will bt ity Luther Musical Mrs. and chofl the musics following: ▲dam, by a duet, " Jesu, Mrs. W. K. _ trid, " Bethl Dickinson, P. W. Wc Leager; themsi ry to Odd is] ous Chi ‘ Sheep La; coog revet several The three SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. John Alberto Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baglioni Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bassignani Mr. Joseph Beksha Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cameron Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cody Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Colella Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Comer Mr. and Mrs. Myles Cook Mr. Paul Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Crook Mr. and Mrs. James P. Dacey Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dalo Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dauphinee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean Mr. and Mrs. Emilo DeBaggis Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dellorco Mrs. Vera Del Signore Miss M. Lorraine Derie Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diorio Mr. and Mrs. O. T. DiPietro Miss Elaine Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doherty Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dubois Mr. and Mrs. Louis Genoa Mr. and Mrs. John A. Giardino Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Normand Grime Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gromelski Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hart Mrs. Frances Hunchard Mr. and Mrs. Donald lacovelli Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kemp Mr. and Mrs. Mason Kingsbury Mr. Sidney Klein Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lacey Mr. and Mrs. Donald Laliberte Mr. and Mrs. Ronald LeVitre Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm MacKay 184 SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mastromatteo Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shangraw Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maycock Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Splaine Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. McCall Mrs. Richard Stack Mr. and Mrs. Edward Monier Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Streeter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mourey Mr. and Mrs. Garrett T. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mucciarone Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Swenson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Nasuti Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin D. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nasuti Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Vipraio Mr. and Mrs. Albert O ' Brien The Commercial Club Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ozella The French Club Mr. Richard Parmenter Homeroom 12 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pasquantonio Homeroom 14 Mr. and Mrs. George Pennington Homeroom 15 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Publicover Homeroom 17 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rackette Homeroom 23 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Realini Homeroom 25 Mr. and Paul E. Ridge Homeroom 26 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roach Homeroom 101 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson Homeroom 102 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rogers Homeroom 103 Mrs. Robert Rondeau Homeroom 105 Miss Marena Saster Sammy ' s Pizzieria 185 FACULTY GIFT FUND Mr. and Mrs. Henri C. Beane Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rose Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rex Mr. and Mrs. John W. DiLibero Mr. Ronald P. Bucchanio Mr. and Mrs. Edward McManus Mr. Roger A. Rainville Miss Alice L. Beane Miss Phyllis-May Carberry M iss Mary E. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Cataldo Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cecco Mr. James E. Chelotti Miss Margaret M. Clark Miss L. Gail Costello Mr. and Mrs. John P. Costello Mr. and Mrs. John J. Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Crowley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. D ' Aniello, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diorio Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Dougal Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Dufresne M iss Marjorie Dumoulin Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Evans Mr. and Mrs. James Farmer Miss Lauren A. Fay Miss Gail A. Fraser Miss Tunde Gombas-Haner Mr. Joseph H. Gormley Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Halet Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hinckley Miss Marion E. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Howard Mr. and Mrs. A. Donald lacovelli Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. John T. Kenney Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaSala Mr. and Mrs. Gerard T. Leone Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Lombardi Mr. and Mrs. Wyman H. Lord Mr. Nello J. Luccini Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lydon Mr. and Mrs. William J. Markee Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McNally Mr. Paul A. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Molla Mr. and Mrs. Frances A. Molla Miss Judith A. Philipp Mr. and Mrs. Anthony V. Pisini Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Quinlan Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Rice Mr. and Mrs. J. Joseph Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Noah A. Strack Miss Linda E. Szymanski Miss Rose M. Turco Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth White Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Wilson 186 DEAN JUNIOR COLLEGE Largest Co-Educational Junior College in New England 187 Compliments of THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Sponsored by FRANKLIN PAINT CO., INC. DR. WILLIAM F. BRADY DR. WALTER F. CROWLEY DR. C. LINCOLN DANA DR. RICHARD M. HANCOCK DR. RAYMOND D. MERCER DR. ERNEST J. PASTORELLO DR. PETER A. PISCIA DR. C. E. POIRIER DR. FRANCIS E. RICE, JR. DR. HARVEY H. SNETSKY DR. ALBERT J. VENA DR. NICHOLAS J. VIGNONE 189 Compliments of -jigk Jni§ Compliments of VET-MED SUPPLY CO., INC. Dean Ave. Franklin Mass. FRANKLIN LIONS CLUB Compliments of Compliments of SALES NICK ' S BARBER SHOP _FRANKLIN ESSO SERVICE (fsso) PIAll West Central St. j SERVICE Franklin, Mass. Compliments of LATEST NEWS Compliments of CAMPUS CO-OP LAUNDERETTE FRANKLIN NEWS M Emmons St. Franklin Mass. Compliments of GLOUCESTER CO., INC. KEARNEY ' S DRUG STORE 64 Main St. Franklin, Mass. Makers of Phenoseal Caulking Compound Franklin, Mass. Free Delivery R. M. KEARNEY, B.S., Prop. Tel. 528-3110 190 Compliments of DeBAGGIS AND D ' ERRICO BAKERY, INC 37 Ruggles St. Franklin, Ma s$. Tel. 528-0604 Makers of Mitygud Bakery Products " It ' s Not Only Good, It ' s Mitygud. 191 FRANKLIN MILL STORE Compliments of DANTE MOTORS, INC. Compliments of FRANKLIN CINEMA Compliments of K. B. RAFFERTY 50 East St. Franklin Mass. Tel. 528-4464 192 Good Luck Class ' 68 From FRANKLIN JAYCEES Compliments of BESSETE FORD SALES INC. Compliments of WILLIAM J. RICE LETTERPRESS General Printing 64 R Main St. Franklin OFFSET Good Luck From THE CLASSES IN ROOM 124 193 Compliments of Compliments of PURDY DARLENE ' S DONUTS 367 Boylston St. Boston, Mass. 28 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. Portraiture for Men, Women and Children Compliments of FRANKLIN ELECTRIC CO. 87 Grove St. Tel. 528-1050 Serving the Community Electrically BRIDAL PORTRAITS Copying and Enlarging Compliments of JACKSON FUNERAL HOME SITTINGS AT STUDIO AND HOME Compliments of FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., INC. Better Quality Furniture at Lower Prices for Over 50 Years 194 £x zuc ite flceveCty VALLEE JEWELERS Main St. Franklin, Mass. Compliments of FRANKLIN TULSA Complete Brake-Work Electronic Diagnosis Minor Auto Repairs Snow Plowing ROAD SERVICE East Central St. Franklin Mass. Tel.: 528-9893 195 H h i 11 ■ 11 ' im m ■■ i■ i .•■‘‘•H | The Quality leader Best Wishes Class ‘68 From rBRUNELU j riANiim •miroitt NU-STYLE CO., INC. Grove St. Franklin Mass. Tel. 528-2641 Compliments of Compliments of FRANKLIN SERVICE CENTER DOYLE CARPET CO. FRANKLIN TIRE SALES Fisher St. 1 H0bil 1 (SL.B UNO) Franklin, Mass. Compliments of Best Wishes Class of ' 68 HILLSIDE NURSERIES ROBERT C. HOWE 660A West Central St. PHARMACY Franklin, Mass. Bellingham Mass. Tel. 528-0038 Tel. 473-7811 Compliments of Compliments of CREATIVE DECORATING CO. 65 East Central St. B. C. SHOE Franklin, Mass. Main St. Tel. 528-1194 Franklin Mass. 196 Compliments of Compliments of LOLA ' S DAIRY MARIE ' S HAIR FASHIONS 266 Union St. Franklin, Mass. Tel.: 528-0790 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. Your Loveliness Is Our Business Compliments of Compliments of BENNY ' S OIL SERVICE INC. RUSTIC CRAFT FENCE CO. 16 Depot Street Franklin, Mass. Tel.: 528-0225 FRAN MOLLA Cedar Redwood Chain Link Outdoor Furniture FUEL OILS Small Buildings 515 East Central Street Franklin Tel.: 528-2080 197 Best of Luck Compliments of From YOUR FELLOW BAND MEMBERS FRANKLIN SHEET METAL WORKS, INC. 23 I Cottage St. Franklin, Mass. Tel.: 528-3600 STEEL FABRICATING 198 Compliments of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK Save Compliments of Best of Luck to Class ' 68 FIRST NATIONAL SHOPPING CENTER Rte. 140 Franklin. Mass. Tel. 528-4360 Compliments of TURCO PISANO 199 Compliments of THE ALICE SHOP YOUR TROUBLES A N1S H VETERN AUTO BODY Compliments of Compliments of j FRANKLIN BARBER SHOP 32 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. ATTY. HARRY J. WEBB 38A Main St. Franklin, Mass. Compliments of A PUBLIC CASH MARKET Union Street Franklin, Mass. Compliments of FRIENDLY INSURANCE Real Estate • • Travel 36 Main St. Franklin, Mass. It ' s Friendly—In Franklin! j c ° c Best of Luck to the Class of " 68 " From THE COLLEGE PIZZA DeVITA ' S MARKET 198 East Central St. 200 Compliments of ROSENFIELD CONCRETE COMPANY Milford, Mass. PLANTS AT: Milford Ashland Tel. 473-7200 Walpole Dedham Compliments of MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY 201 Compliments of Compliments of CLARK- CUTLER- McDERMOTT, CO. SENTINEL PRESS West Central St. Franklin, Mass. 17 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. Compliments of THE CAROUSEL Featuring Nationally Advertised Name Brands in Jr. Petites, Jrs. and Misses APPAREL FLORAL STEAK HOUSE Rte. 140 Wrentham, Mass. 202 203 VARNEY BROS. SAND GRAVEL INC Ready Mixed Concrete • Prompt Service • Estimates Without Obligation 2 Way Radio Contact for Fast Service TWO PLANTS Bellingham—Medfield, Mass. Tel. Bellingham 966-1313 Learn to Fly— Compliments of SPORT-AIR FLYING CASHALL COMPONENTS ENTERPRISES, INC. CORP. Norfolk Airport 259 Cottage St. River Rd. Franklin Mass. Norfolk, Mass. Tel. 528-4030 Tel. 528-4032 Heritage Mill Work Fly for Fun Fly The Citabria Anderson Windowalls Exterior Door Units and Windows 204 Compliments of REILLY ' S EXPRESS Tel. 528-9200 Compliments of RALPH W. COOK SONS INC 664 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. Farm Produce Wholesale and Rental Benenai Welding Machine Shop Est. 1896 Compliments of AGWAY, INC. Farm Supplies Cottage St. Tel. 528-1333 Compliments of PURITAN DRUGS, INC. Prescriptions RAYMOND E. NABER B.S., Reg. Pharm. Tel.: 528-0648 BAWLING SIMMLER and MURPHY Attorneys at Law 5 Summer St. Franklin, Mass. FICCO ' S BOWLADROME, INC. 28 Modern Alleys Air-Conditioned Tel. 528-1 142 300 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. 205 Compliments of E. W. LAUNDRY and THUNDERBIRD CLEANERS Tel.: 528-3100 CHARLIE HOOPER " Keep The Kids In Sports It Helps To Keep Them Out Of Courts " JOHN R. PADULA, INC. Compliments of Compliments of THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 41 Main Street Franklin, Mass. Tel.: 528-0900 General and Mason Contractor Franklin, Mass. Tel.: 528-0315 206 Compliments of P. A. POLASTRI CO., INC. 19 Dean Ave. Franklin, Mass. Tel. 528-1075 Plumbing and Heating Compliments of STOBBART ' S NURSERIES East Central Street Franklin Mass. Tel. 528-0800 Open Daily 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. 207 Compliments of THE AMERICAN FELT CO. Compliments of M. R. M. SHEET METAL 222 Central St. Milford Mass. TO SUIT YOUR SPERONI ' S RESTAURANT West Medway, Mass. Compliments of THE GALLERY ON THE HILL 48 Main St. Franklin, Mass. Best Wishes to the Senior Class From PALMER HOUSE CONVALESCENT • NURSING HOME Compliments of J. B. LIQUORS 208 Good Health and Good Luck to the Class of ' 68 From GARELICK BROS. FARMS Compliments of ATTY. ANTHONY M. VISNONE Union St. Franklin Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1968 From MR. AND MRS. DONALD F. LLOY Compliments of Compliments of HELEN’S FASHIONS FRANKLIN LOAN CO. Main St. Franklin, Mass. 209 PARTIES BANQUETS WEDDINGS DINING THE KING PHILIP BALLROOM Lake Pearl Park Wrentham, Mass. Compliments of D. G. DiPIETRO SON, INC. General Contractors Franklin Mass. Tel.: 528-1036 210 Compliments of SHERMAN CHEVROLET Compliments of COSTELLO REALTY 435 East Central St. Franklin Mass. Tel. 528-0083 Best Wishes to the Class of " 68 " From Compliments of SULLY ' S BARBER SHOP STELLO CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 2 I I Peck St. Franklin, Mass. Corner of Depot and Main Sts. Franklin Compliments of ELITE BARBER SHOP Prop. VINCENT BISSANTI Compliments of DARTMOUTH OF FRANKLIN, INC. Show Room and Warehouse Rear of Cinema Block Tel. 528-1234 Compliments of MAIN ST. DINER Lincoln Continental Compliments of A. SIMON ' S SONS, INC. Complete Home Furnishings 54 East Central St. Tel. 528-0501 Compliments of FRANKLIN AUTO SERVICE 341 Union Street Franklin, Mass. Bus. Phone 528-1900 Compliments of PHOTOGRAPHY BY MANDRA 20 East Central St. Franklin, Mass. 212 Compliments of 214 Compliments of ROME RESTAURANT East Central St. Franklin, Mass. Compliments of PISINI ' S SHOE STORE Thom McAn U.S. Keds Child Life 8 East Central St. Franklin Mass. Compliments of ECON-O-LINE PRINTERS I5R East Central St. Franklin Tel. 528-1391 Compliments of HELEN ' S SUB SHOP Compliments of THOMSON NATIONAL PRESS 216 Best Wishes ART ' S GROCERY Pond St. Class of " 68 " From Compliments of FRANKLIN GLASS CO. ( INC. A FRIEND Compliments of FRANKLIN WOODWORKERS Courtesy of ESTA ' S 275 East Central St. Franklin Sportswear—Dresses and Maternity Clothes 15% Courtesy Discount on Sportswear 12 Cottage St. Franklin Mass. Tel.: 528-1620 Compliments of LIBERTY GROCERY DON GENOA FRAN McGUIRE 217 Compliments of BOYERTOWN BURIAL CASKET CO. Compliments of J. D. DADDARIO CO., INC. 317 Union St. Franklin Mass. Compliments of ST. MARY ' S CAFETERIA STAFF Compliments of BANJO ' S BARBER SHOPPE Compliments of LA PEINETA SALON 5 East Central St. Franklin Mass. 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