MacDuffie School - Magnolia Yearbook (Springfield, MA)

 - Class of 1962

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Qlwyul wmm :H 1:1---nm nmmvv.-. , Tx.. ........ i W, w ha .v' S '4 i mmmumumul I Dedication For your eternal striving for perfection . . . your friendly philosophy . . . your wit and humor . . . for all your help and effort, and especially your understanding, we dedicate our yearbook to you, Miss Yeranian. X :Midi M' " - ,Zi Q , 2 ,f ,-:mf 3f,,,J,,q !,,,f5ZjQ"Z27ZZf',f ' f r r mb ' 'Y , Assistant Literary Editor CONSTANCE SULLIVAN Photography Editor MARY ANN KAUFMANN 5 ,A t l. U sg ,1 gig' ' 'Gite-,- GW?-I I 4135: za-221541241 , '. Assistant Photography Editor PENELOPE STEKETEE " " wifi. 1 X ,f 'fa if It ? 1 ff .f Art Editor SUSAN RITCHIE f'f1"f! 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Qjdrqgj f,f' p 74 X at -fQg,,:,jf.., , , ,. .,, ,,.,,, -gsfxfq, afii9Qn.., ,. CATHERINE S. BLAKESLEE Dean AB., Mount Holyoke College A.lVl., University of Chicago mnmummlu Immllm1Mlmmm MWMIWMMH The Faculty V. ' my 'I' A -- 'WW -f ,, . ,- YWJ, V ,,....,-,. V, X , 2 4 e -1 5--W-V-, ay ,,.,. .,,., ' Zi. , , M4 fc. v ,Sify . Z3 .H VICTOR HAUGHTON, JR. Administrative Assistant, French A.B., Harvard, M.A., Middleburyg graduate Work, University of Connecticut and Columbia University ,C V3 .,,, , if . ,ff 227. A V, yrfztjfr pi, f,:,:,,-,1 :ff-rg-f,ifZ4 -ff , W, ,. , , ,Ziggy ,MN , f' w- 4354 di gf4' ,,Ag ff -,swf ' 1,4 4, y f'., f 4' ff . . Z X Q0 ' ,:, ' 1,532 ffig Zifnfki' ,' W-'l ' 'f' fggigajgggy. '4- 1, ' f X 4' f f' A A , f 4 Z X V7 1 f 7 X ffff' W f ffff ,, Z 7' ' " X f f ,. ,.f,fy,',, f i'f' - wg, ,ig f 24, I 'M ,Zag ,,,-f . f M0 f ,f X f W ,ti fy, ,, X , . V. JENNIE I. COUTURE Mathematics B.S., Boston University University of Vermont , Q O D Of 1 img ,," fi' I I' , , X' 'I ROSA YERANIAN PEARLE PUTNAM j, n French Science it V AB., Mount Holyoke College B A,lVl., Middlebury French School Summer Session Boston University Summer Session Harvard University Universite fle Paris lSorbonnel LS., Simmons College A.M., Columbia University f. N. U Ori if figs lqxjb fx f , A .gn 'Z Rx ,f-...A-.ef if: . ':- , rf U 3, tt xx V 'sg i" H The Faculty ROBERTA M. CRAHAME English AB.. A.M., PHD., University of Minnesota RUTH C. CHILD English AB., Mount Holyoke College A.M., Ph.D., University of Michigan fffqm, ang, ., ' ' ,A . . - hr .144 ,, -,,,.W,f ' f-It 2? , AVWQL THEO-JEAN HEALD Hislory AB., New Jersey College for Women M.I.A., Columbia University f ,49:5M:22.fpifmyei1-4wv2w'2x-29.1MWXQLZ3,14.zf:v1w.f5e1y:2 1, M My 1 1 I ff 1 ' 7 1Aff,4f19pQ21E1:2241,. 4, YT -. ' 53, . .,........ ., .. . ... ,z,,f,g.Z ' 1.1 ,, fig- ff 1- , 1- i ...,. , .wa-Af ff F Z f ., 'Mx A A -iev L 1 'ff'i' f . fi iifiih V 'V Ti' , il u 'i' ' ,,,, :Zi 54:1 V ,V, . .. ,, . , fi' 12525, 4 'a , 4 .5 . , .1 ,: W f gr .,,. gf 'ifi ifi H - . ., , 'ififj . VERA H. FULLER English A.B,, Hiram College BS., Ohio University A.M., University of Michigan ,ak 1 -W mn-fn-Mmmmmmmnunxnmn Tlwe Faculty 2, f' ?'1iz 4 -. I f ,lbw A Ig nfs? , 1 ,V I .. H f V Q ' V - A 'iff " ' -eggfgggh'-nf 'dvafli f " 1 ' 'mf-'QL 'ga ' J: ' yr, , f lf wi 2 ,.5?fW "" Zz. NANCY FISK MADELEINE ARNAUDET Latin French A.B., Wellesley College B.C.E., Paris Academie-Universite Tufts University de France University of Grenoble BS., MA., Columbia University l N .- Springfield College 2 MARJORIE FEENEY I F ORENCE WELLINGTON Mathematics X Physical Education , x BS., Russell Sage A-B-7 Connectlcut College Q1 A., New York University iss lk swpj X The Faculty 1 E A 5: Q VJ J' , bm .J 4' 1 .,., i f ..,. ,. Q 'Wi' ffl?" 5 ,, 5 2 tw M' 4 ,f ,, WY? " 9 if 7 fy f-an AAA,V ' 4 I ,t A i - ' f ELIZABETH CHAMBERLAIN HUSS ANNA GADAIRE Physical Education Bi0l03Y A.B., Colby College Teacherls Certificate, Regina Normal School Saskatchewan, Canada B.A., Victoria University M.A., University of Toronto ,, ROBERT H. HARRIMAN DOROTHY PHANEUF Science, Arithmetic Aft A.B., Bowdoin College Fashion Art School American If1t61'HHiiOH3l College American International College rx X YQ. X is The Faculty ' :5ififg,,2i""" V My ,f-ff1f'r:f2v 1 f 44 aw 4f.-.,f,,,1,:,4z1:- af V' ,1?41,f, V . 11' 75 ff " " v' " u v, 'Z 1 yy fp 4 .- A ,,,,., .,.1 . , , , ,,,,,, .4 ! DOROTHY E. HENDRICKSON JOYCE HENGERER Latin English AB., University of Wisconsin A.B., Mount Holyoke Boston University f i ' L MARGARET BLACKWELL JUNE JOHNSON French Science AB., Radcliffe College A.B., University of Maine i i The Faculty X XXL! Ygyrf lbxk xx ,V x, , bf A A U 2' SARAH -WILLIAMS ANN HEALl?jjx Qry Hzstory History Aff-JJ' XQ- A.B., Pembroke College in Brown Universityg A.B., Wilson College lVI.A., Stanford University in fl" L MARIAN B. HAUGHTON JOCELYN EMERSON ,Reading English Wheelock A.B., William Smith College K S xx' The Faculty CALLIOPE SHENAS ROY W. MARVIN 1701.06 Director of Clce Club AB., Wellesley College University of Vermont Longy School of Music Baldwin-Wallace College ff, ' JOAN ROLLINS HELEN M. JEJEIAN Piano School Nurse Juilliard School of Music RN., Holyoke Hospital Norfolk Summer School of Music ,Maul 1 - ff--: ooee ee The Faculty 0 JZ, fy X WM Muffy K RUTH M. BELL M. LORRAINE BOWLER Housemother Secretary Wheelock College JOSEPHINE M. COLAPIETRO Secretary , A 1 JOSEPHINE BROWN Secretary A.B.. Lake Erie College 1 5 F fl!! 4 fa A 1 S 9 E 12 Q 3 Q K 'u K s , 15" f 41 .l.....f.., , ,,,7,,,,7,, ,, 7 F mfrlxf- . 1 ,yr , --7-smrfwn-Q,-vw EENHIFKE WN? Vw 5 gfajyfi C1152 aaa.Numa,mmamtttt,Ma.,,mW,.,m...,.t.,,.m..,...,..,...t.m..,..itat.M.Wmtwwl,,w.W,m..mmW,m p WA ji qiJ : 1 i .q I ? ,5 ,,,,..1 lf'l"1,L'v0 fbi while I0 O I A0141 . A wllf' ,Lf I ' M W M 7'-wma, et.,f1.a,.L . -1 3 Wlfkdv- lan!-: SUSAN CLEVELAND AYI., ARD M "Eternity is in my eyes and lips The open sea has my soul S0 what care I of mortal things." LINDA ANNE BARRY "Lindam 7 Grosbeak Road Yonkers, New York Pathos . . . enfant terrible . . . and O what sublimination in a grilled cheese and tomato sandwich, coffee frappe . . . elusive blacke knee socks . . . groggy meaning utterances . . . clutter, distraction . . . room at the top of the stairs, epitome of distraction, . . anti-apartheid in all aspects . . . an admirer of secret people, foaly- bear Ielcdonists, A. TandT . . . identifies with Jimmy Ste ',+.' art and Shirley lVIacLaine . . . skinny dioklea . . . lritteriiigj time . . . candid, intellect , . . East Side Om-irla. ACIIIVITIES: French tllub 3, 4, Drarnatics 3, 4. Vent' lEHlf5l'l3flI Junior School St, Edgartown, Mass. 01 Suzy Jones personihed . . . Marthais Vineyard- home . . . bracelets and bracelets . . . athletic - 'lRed Team, please come!" . . . dramatic and intense . . . UI kid you notl' . . . co-president of the B. F. H .... the igloo . . . vitally interested . . . long hair and almond eyes . . . an extra- ordinary person . . . 'LI soar alone so wild and freen. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, 4, Glee Club Librar- ian 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Science Club I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 1, 2, Magnet 3, 4, Red Team Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey ,I, 2, 3, 4, Red Team Captain 4, Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4. Year Entered: Freshman "Here we go round the prickly pearf' Av lust L. Y -Af ghd, ,, . ,..ratLQj6v..iI' -' 14, 1, to 1 A 'EM llftzaizwifl-1: "" li' .1'.' :fif.,ff::wZ .W " ' , I .. .................... I ,f f l fgng IAQ, K if Wx fs' , Qfgf Wi' M ' ff I ,,,u......JJ. I I say, the worlcl is lovely yy' and that loveliness is enouglf' .IANET BOGARDUS Hfanef' Porthos . . . Crusader . . . Micrin tippler . . the rasberry . . . scrubbler . . . time coughs . . artistic visionary . . . "Let7s see, Where was I???H . . . O frabjous day, Calloohl Callayl . . . Midnight babbler . . . thoughtful intellect. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 3, 4g French Club 3, 45 Secretary 4. Year Entered: ,Iunior ff, we X fwgf' jj MARCIA CHRISTINE BAYLOCK 'cMarslL" 28 Glenbrook Road Kensington, Conn. Those big brown eyes . . . l'What did you say the French for today was?,' . . . R.E.G. . . . "Wouldn't you just love some lamb chops and spaghetti and . . ." . . . Madame Curie . . . that mischievous, far away look . . . candid, 'igood naturedf' and forever understanding. ACTIVITIES: Prefect 4-g Student Council 43 Vesper Service Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 4g Secretary of Class 35 Science Club 2, 3, 49 Latin Club 2, 3g President 2. Year Entered: Sophomore "For a lovely bowl let us arrange these flowers Since there is no ricef, f' , SENIORS 'WWQWYWE , I . , , . wp W mf' swift QW of? C we L XR OJ-VX X Cap '23 "I sought ft words . . .' ALISON FAITH BRUNELL if-Ali!! 126 Forest Park Avenue Springfield, Mass. MacDuHie,s Darcy . . . Hthats gorgeous" . . . Fridayis mad scientist . . . the lVIet's future . . prima donna . . . ardent fan of Virgil and Leonard Bernstein . . . always refusing to cut her chestnut tresses . . . conscientious and dis- cerning . . . .... . . ....., clramatist of the beat generation . . . Varium et mutabile semper femina. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, French Club 45 Magnet 3, 4. Year Entered: Junior 43fJ A C.. - - 4----R- QJJ Y 244 XJ -f - ,C ffl wobffgwfs -,Jw of 6 .9 ' C , SD K-rAco3ubH5eiivE BOQXXJJ ,swf MC, t ftfwef if 127 bi-'Q' Agawam, Mass. One of lVIa6?gJlVIove s - a saint of the ucata- combs" . . . Chris and Jackie and Bread . . graceful, svelte and willowy 4- like a powerhouse . . . Loves sports cars, Erroll Garner, and the Saladlal tea commercials - real intellectual . . . Di Tri Beresse . . . She7s on the side of the class that uses the wrong kind of toothpaste - thats the way her luck runs. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club I, 25 Science Club I, 29 Dramatic Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4g Cur- rent Events Club 3, 4. Year Entered: Freshman iv """'4'eu 'clicauly is truth, truth beauty, - Lhis is all Ye know on earth, and All ye need to knowf, ! it 1 x 'A i E ' SENIORS 93' 'Tiff "IL matters not how long we live, but lzowfi EVELYN MOSHER CARTER CfLyn,,, 268 Brookside Road Darien, Connecticut You guessider Chester . . . she laughs, but never gets the joke . . . never quite modern. . . . . . .... ......... I . . . red convertible V.W .... educated at Stowe . . . a whiz in chem- istry, but has yet to hit I2 . . . Check every plate! . . . walking giggle box . . .You're too young to understand, Lyn . . . that your excuse? . . . take a detention! Well, next time take a detention . . . who is Jimmy Wykcoif - donit you realize itas 2 A.IVI.? . . . name that tune . . . Brekris . . Health room, and heater-ater! Here I come! ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4, Leaders Corp. 3, 45 Vesper Service ll. Year Entered: Sophomore A ANN PINCKNEY Bum Q f I gljlyillnllful' 'EX I C I5 Qrillyllfl-yi Lanel I f'fQfllfII t fJ'liIar'e?Ii'-JCE:-rn. e' - I " P 'Q-nf? -jr Ll! ft lffDLhlfhIcD.ilvcUl. utatllagi' flavl-c5h'tl,gai fwleigfht if xl ff vjf X :PILIJ T , . . . roisfwed Koheelfs plqtrjlybclark Iiroivn hair NIQCIIIIIS NGO sfltfllgkr oi m'i'fIinee'1 'Q f if .17 More UW are Kng 13 ketlgilyuea Ji QQ fy-epn i,?JI'5iliQifeg7 Slhuhiiw' .:I!!C4fComcl3IIe!l X , Q .t 1, ' f c esto ?t,g. me a box of fflnger snaps . 311393 U XIQQCTIVITIES: Latin Club 3, Tennis Team 3: Photographer for Magnet 43 Current Events Club LI. Year Entered: Junior I5QQM.f . Queabofv-' ssl Xml-GSL , if-. X-UCQ.. IISJJQL'-Q K- es , U-Q, Lodis fx- Qkupkimqs, 1. Iyfgg Lg , QQ,-:'a.' I: cc A lifetime of happiness! No man alive could bear if: it would be hell on eartlzf, fuu- -....mm..m Y, g I X Q, ,, -4,1 ,.,,.vi A A x s , A '- . .. SENIORS 'LI cannot find my way: There is no star In all the shrouded heavens anywhere . . .U BARBARA COMSTOCK "Blobble" Hilltop Road Essex, Conn. HBIobbi,' . . . The famous Mrs. B .... A-I slug- ger . . . upineapple sundae with coffee ice cream pleasen . . . uhey Goochw . . . Hey Blob, is that skirt supposed to be white or gray? . . . Little blue V.W .... Gum, gum, gum . . . "That's my quilt - use your own pillow" ....... . . . . . . ,... ......... . . .... . . Boy, can John really belt out a song! . . . Head skis . . . 50h Wretchw . . . BATS!! ACTIVITIES: Leaders Corps 3, 11-g Science Club 3, llfg Latin Club 2, Red Team 2, 3, 111. Year Entered: Sophomore ROXANE LOUISE CLOSE f4R0xy57 II Campden Road Scarsdale, N.Y. An individual . . . Miss Putnamis pet . . . 'tOh! how suaveln . . . "What if there is a twist party at Midd? . . . '4What a touchlv . . , pro left 'Lchristiern . . . Hey stumpy-you say you broke it on the beginners? slope? . . . Roxy! a straight arrow? never! . . . the queen of Ivy League campuses lall seven of themlj . . . a veritable intellectual and an understanding friend. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Latin Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2g Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, LI, Magnetvbusiness board 4-. Year Entered: Sophomore "She pat all her problems in a trunk, sat on the lid and laughed." -..m............1...-..-.................1a,.. m!mmtmm nmnmnmmnm,....-,..L 4...,,,,,, SENIORS '1 f '-T 2'T"?if E. "People who make no noise are dangerous? NANCY JOYCE DION GCNanCy?7 58 Orchardview St. W. Springfield, Mass. Tall and pretty with striking features . . . hard- working and conscientious . . . g'What I mean, Miss Heald is" . . . gracious, with a smile for everyone . . . confused, bewildering questions in History, but not those marks! . . . quiet, serious with a sense of humor underneath . . . nBut I had to cut my hairlu . . . a genius in French . . . her determination is sure to win her success. ACTIVITIES Dramatic Club 45 Music Comm. of the Junior Prom 33 Glee Club 3, 4-5 Clee Club librarian 4. Year Entered: Junior SUSAN DILK Clsuefi 52 Crandall St. Adams, Mass. 'glust call me Ella! . . . lives in that big town - Adams! . . . great sense of humor . . . "only 7215? I still have time to sleep" . . . frequent trips lo the post office . . . makes friends easily . . . uthatls enough to gag a maggotll' . . . Edith . . . likes the B.G.A .... 'LWant a purple herman?" . . . generous, friendly and fun to be with. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 4. Year Entered: Senior ., , fi, 'S .4 "Be glad of life because it gives you the chance to love and to work and to play and to look up at the starsf' 7--V W-V -mf.. umxw-uf-mm Q.-f-mmuuammfu rmnmmrwwunnnnnaoolnnmmmlillt F :Ghz ""'!'f - ' A 1'-gg . -'-W f- .. . . . li . MW YJ 'f'-A - -x-and f' 'f Z, SENIORS "The truth shall make you freef, .IUDITH MAUD DOWNEY CCludy7J 43 Firglade Ave. Springfield, Mass. Let's twist again! . . . did I get any mail? . . . penmanship plus . . . 2 pages . . . but I have big writing . . . Yah! but he's just a good friend . . . I have to clean my room first . . . Ca! Ga! Do they both? ? . . . molecule Maud and her wandering lunch box! . . . Isn't nature lovely . . chipmunk facid skier . . . There's always a solu- tion to a problem when Judy's around it's a sign of a true friend . . . ACTIVITIES: Student Council 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 2g Science Club I, French Club 3, 45 Business Manager of Magnolia 4. Year Entered: Freshman NANCY MARY DONNIS L'BunnyH 14 South Sycamore Knolls S. Hadley, Mass. A devoted prefect-devoted especially to the ants! . . . easy-going . . . fun to be with . . . famous for fat sandwiches . . . Hltis snowing" '4Hogback any one?" . . . a one-way eye for short skirts . . . Is it true blonds have more fun? . . . ask Bunny! . . . instant conversation plus! . . . "see you in Med. School" infectious curiosity and intensity of thought . . . strong character and determi- nation combined to make a truly sincere and con- scientious prefect and friend. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 4g Current Events 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Co-chairman of Junior Prom 3g Varsity Hockey 43 Student Council 4. Year Entered: Junior A'You cannot dream yourself into a characterg You mast hammer and forge yourself onef, K.-..- i l SENIORS The horror of that moment," the King went on, HI shall never, never forget! 4'Yon will, thoughf' the Queen said, Ulf you d0n'L make a memorandum of itf' AMY ELLEN FEINBERG "Ginger" 42 Beverly St. N. Dartmouth, Mass. Finger Geinberg . . . likes food! . . . potato chips - the 306 bag . . . Comment dit-on parlez- vous francais? . . . muu-muu and her sweatshirt . . . shall I wear my hair up or down? . . . Do you like this hat? . . . for whom pens never Work . . . avid illegal reader . . . my flashlight's dead . . . Barnard vs. Sarah Lawrence . . . Mexico again? . . . yulm-m um-hmmm . . . ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Red Cross Club 1. Year Entered: Freshman VALENTINE DEBORAH DUYLE 'iVal',, "Tye, 50 Dartmouth Sl. Springfield, Mass. Always witty . . . slightly kool-cy . . . brillant . , . L'Now where did l put my lyooksiw lVlacD's ab- sent-minded prolessol' . . . HGadll' . . . uSay, listenn Iwith an upraised inkstained fingerj . . . a chain apple eater . . . "My rhetoric is impec- cable!" . . . the master of many accents . . . talented actress, writer . . . a flash of a long ponytail whizzing by . . . L'You,re late Vallll . . . ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 4: Presi- dent of Dramatic Club 4: French,Club 2, 3: Secretary 2: Vice-president 3, Student Council 1, 2: Magnet 4. Year Entered: Freshman W NS0me say the world is made for fun and frolic and so clo Iv Qi my--.--mnmfw-mm-1-vmssmmgifumnminmmmzfwwmz-mfw.e:vm - fe amass:mulewismzmaaammmw8W!w!MSWmlHMMWMMImWW i A ' 1' ' S A if ,S ,,,, ,,,,m,. , M T 111'7lW':1' " A i' ,A 1 I XXI I , Q.s,,5-73 ' F I' SEN IORS ' ti' 1 I BARBARA JEAN FITZGERALD llsnapff W It 1411 Gardendale Dr. Cheektowaga, N.Y. li You're kidding . . . what History test? . . . Fm ' taking my yeast pills again . . . I've got to the I library . . . know any child prodigies? . . . RESA 1 Q' . . , did you do your Latin? . .. What do you l mean am I taking fencing? . . . I did have a job! . . . those Friday nite dances . . . my Aunt! N . . . thatis tough! l've got to gain some weight . . . of course live been skiing can't be bothered l . . . Winsor . . . I just can't stand it anymore . . . A who's never heard of ECTI? . . . Yes, I finally got ' my college applications in . . . looks like I go to I college after alll . . . , ACTIVITIES: Science 3, 4-. Year Entered: Sophomore l l "Devils rushing in, stop and stare, awed to see me already there." 1 ' I 1 Q f i A 5, O we P050 fegrrllxlliiglzlliigs WO l , .CDA UUDMX Q9y,.Ti0p5,Q HTQAS Ep ,L l . 'W , it Q Q M' , 22 ,W Q wgelhgyacswyh. 3 , ' 7 I h kiwi AU' Kiwi? axymgieq diy Allfffreib-led reldmhgzad . Nxgkej gjqsad shoes Io Pkmbrolgjfi . . tal o m l l 1 , X kb, Rv littlefinon lewd'-SD , a, sf, 2 . id 1 . rx wget y mailroklda Q . . . Ilin not gollg to give f W hi gbalsk! 1. h liE011y,AlXRichie. .. ? I I Ol ' Q '- - l G0-' QA' Tl A IE ' Currfgfffq vent , atm C Wolf 5 ' Q5 liXSc3Sznce 2, 3, 49 ed Cro s LL, Varsi' Soft- ' fvfx 2- I A6 U ' A , X MXL QM ntereclxy Sopho e AC I1 I of 1 .MQ , L A 0 A x 'Mu mp F, 1 ww X ly W5 Wi All if Yr W "Nothing in the world is single .. vp All things by a law divine, rlilylb ,fy N In one another's being mingle. p X lg' ,xbv W hy not I with thine?,, I ., ii xml W F I 3 157.5 . uf I ,L gw Jm.4..1f,.f'z --. . - - ' , , Y ,W , ,n,,,,--- , ' l A. X Q SENIORS uNever Say Dieu RESA LYNN GOLDBAND 5CP0p7l fCRe!7 Dahlink . . . So . . ? . . . beautiful clothes . . . 'Tll make a good nurse? . . . Janet teach me how to Twist l l . . . and now my mother wants to go to Greece . . . The purple Cadallac . . . Larry and the Bus . . . hey, want to go trampoline jumping? . . . my fingernails are growing again . . . Who ever said I was quiet? . . . think I should have another permanent? . . . just because I have a low voice . . . yogi expert? . . . Straight- hair enthusiast with make-up - WOW l l I . . . 6'I've got a joke? . . . Always laughing . . . Ii- brary anyone? . . . Are those shoes for real? . . . ACTIVITIES: Variety Club 7, 89 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4-g Latin Club I, 2, Red Cross Club I, 4, French Club 2, 3. Year Entered: Seventh Grade .Q-...., RITA MARIA GIORDANO '4Ree'7 172 Pond View Drive Springfield. Mass. Gads I l . . . Indian blankets and brisk mornin walks . . . Italy, Men, and motor scooters . . . dark eyed beauty in a blond bug . . . Parlez-vous Italien? . . . 4'Oh, I just don't care? . . . college weekends! . . . Hstudyw sessions ? ? ? . . . true Italian temperament . . . a Hfriendlyn enthusiast. ACTIVITIES: Variety Club Sthg Science Club, 1, 2, -3, Latin Club I, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, -Ig Dramatic Club 3, 4, Cheer Leaders 3, 4, Co- captain 4. Year Entered: Eighth Grade 'cWl1,ere your treasure is there your heart will be also" q 1 ' bvlr X V , l r. IX . . " K LVN IX ft M21 I V1 t ,lat ,t ,, We my ,Q SENIQRS sf, , j x In X X if r, IQ JIL ' 6 A - 1 ' S I V . fln J I CHLOE ANNE GOOSSEN I c'Cl0ver', 1 - 35 Carmel Avenue Brewster, New York i C t Ceiling cleaner . . . that magnificent butterfly My I fall . . . "Oooo, my hairl . . . UHOW did you get it that sunburned stomach? . . . voice that travels , . . . "Guess what, Anne, I did my Latin last night". . . MI know -- I'm queer" . . . every six months . . . Hlim focusing" . . . economical "The tree of knowledge is not that of lifef: GAY GORDON 5CCay75 I9 Old Orchard Road Wilbraham, Mass. I would omawgine . . . Homework, what's that? . . . he couldn't act his way out of a paper bag. . . at least it has four wheels! . . . I got four letters today, Judy . . . historically minded . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charlie came home this weekend . . . What a swingl . . . I've gotta find the dogs first . . . anyone want an apple? . . . fingernails? lCarol's requestl . . . WID WIO . . . You can always count on Gay to cheer you up - Gay is the word for her. ACTIVITIES: Current Events Club 3, 4: Science Club 4, French Club 2, 35 Latin Club I, 2. Year Entered: Freshman . . . uHow did that window get broken?" . . . rationalizer . . . talks in her sleep . . . 4'There are certain disadvantages to living in this dormn. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, -lg Vesper Service Club Ll-g Magnet 4: Red Cross Club 3, -lg Varsity Hockey 3. Year Entered: Junior "All the world is a stage." ,Q I 1 ececc c SENIGRS DORIS COVE HD0ris,' Old Patrick Road Wlarren, Mass. "Occ . . . oo-oow . . . mad terror on the road . . . constantly rattling off French assignments . . . HI went water skiing Saturdayln lin Octcberll . . . seen in a yellow, blue, black and white striped sweater . . . after-school lab wizard . . . early riser . . . HGlipel" . . . dare-devil on the sawhorse . . . bewildering Modern Dance steps . . . sweet, suspicious-looking smile . . . reliable sympathizer. ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 43 Current Events Club 4g Science Club 3, 11-5 Modern Dance 3. Year Entered: Junior Lf , IOL , JW 'gMy idea of happiness is rocking in a V Q-J rustling green tree . . . and close by great f fl MV swells of grass undulating L0 the breeze, A' and woods and sounding water, and the whole lg , Qffigf world awake and wild with joyf' GAYLIN QUINN GRAIVISE M W 55Gay77 r 243 Ellington Road Longmeadow, Mass. U ll Are you kidding? . . . Oh, that kitchen Hoorln 3 lm Wllljl . . . Small colleges . . . city sophistication with V R NM 'X small town charm . . . Williston anyone ? ? . . . ' Xl! K A V Boo Bee! . . . Test! Oh no! not a test . , . It's if f 4, fine . . . but in Canada we . . . meet my little dogie . . . THOR . . . ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 23 Dramatic Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Red Cross Club 2, 33 Science Club 4. Year Entered: Sophomore Ny! W A Ml All WUUX2 V Wlyll l dnfmupp 0 . ' bqfu MGO and catch a falling star . . .U - N v-in---is---W - W- in-. X 'x I 1- fyq' ,I ,I i. ,lg l F 5 , I I 1 E I l I ul I llill W1 ,fl V I J 0 ,......am wmmmmnummuuwofmullllullwllllllll yi- I . . , , 7, -..Y,., -. ,f::,Zid 1 ' ' 2 , I nati' fx ,VM :Nm , .yuh A l, ?A,M H ! -. . '- ' Qian. X w -. , ga., .1 vm - f' X ' , ' r N I l - Wytiifit, New M ly tl! K MSENIORS f b' ajft IL' VU li J 0 D lx lt 1 L .l l IIN QIIJ 'QL VYIU ll 'Speech is shallow as lime, silence is deep as elernityfi DONNA RAE HAHN 'cD0nnaU 34- East Greenwich Road Longmeadow, Mass. The girl with the greatest variety of sandwiches . . . HO! HO! HE! ,HEI . . . potential bridge champion . . . whereis Skipper? not with the ducks again? . . . MacDuHie's mathematical quiz kid . . . the nymph of the knitting needle . . . a ping pong pro, but where's that golf ball? . . . season's attraction at the Peppermint Lounge? ? . . . All Beware - mystery lies behind that quiet exterior! ACTIVITIES: Latin Club I, 2g French Club 3, 45 Science Club I, 2, Magnet 3, ll. Year Entered: Freshman UQJNEXM VIRGINIA ARLENE GUILD CfGinny7, I7 Worcester Street Grafton, Mass. '4Oh no, Wednesday - duty, lab and marks" . . . '4Can I have another piece of gum ?" . . . always ready to present an argument . . . 'LBoy, am I organized!" . . . '4Did you scorch those angel costumes again! ? ?" . . . One, two, three - out the window go the clothes . . . back to study hall . . . '6The floor doesn't need sweeping today" , . . 'Ibut I want a wall,' . . . best little ape jumper . . . adept roof climber . . . looks innocent, but . . . ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 45 Red Cross Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, 45 Magnet 45 Current Events Club 4. Year Entered: Junior I l X, , vs ,,..i.....,.t..,.............. ! ,av I nuweunnnmuuevn--.-una.,-.-.,..,..r...- ,....., , , SENIORS fi-,,f11f:-::-:-:'.:A,c-:,:f: . 1 V: ,f . - .1 if, ,Q 5.-, -k:::- 3 ,I,:1. , -,:, k. hi: .,f-. ,. .1 . , , t,:::4.-Ji.,-,. " i . V .v I DONNA IVIELINIJA l'lAlI,lNll?bll,l iLlJo1r11rf1'M 96 Vlfestern Ave, 1'-tli'-ld, 'nil as-. Late, later, latest - now. say it in lfrw-iii-li . . . the owner ol the original solid gold Cadillac . . . striking fury into the heart of Miss Blakes- lee . . . 'Llilut no one called mell, . . . hates gym, but ,lim's o.k .... . ..... ..... . . . . . . . . . . writer of verses and beater of bongo drums . . . riot anyone? . . . always ready to go . . . our own correspondent - "But Mr. Haugh- toni' . . . imagination plus las seen by miscel- laneous excusesl. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 1, 2: Science Club I, 3, French Club 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Magnet 2, 3, fl, Student Play 3, Commencement Play 3, Christmas Play Ll, Spotlight on Youth 4. Year Entered: Freshman A - f-1. i Lil' uCurtsey while yonire thinking what Lo say - V ,,l.fM Xt'-57 , Speak in French when you czznit Lhinh of the L, f .ti English for a lhingfj 9,4 ,, ff' fl fx h y .JV A ,TO b 6 Cv! ff CHRISTINA MARIE HANSON uChris7' 63 Longhill Street Springfield, Mass. WINNIE ILLE POOH . . . energetic . . . auburn hair, calm and serene . . . dashes about in a little blue Rambler . . . neatl neatl neatl . . . 4'Don't tempt mel" . . . frequently found rushing about the Dramatic Club . . . 'LPut the brass gates of Heaven where they ought to be f in the Hcata- combswlw . . . twice indispensable stage-manager . . . delights in the manufacture of stoves, chim- neys, and beds . . . persevering, stubborn, classics lover, .... .. .... ...Semper Fidelisl . . . ACTIVITIES: Variety Club Secretary-Treasurer 8, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Red Cross Club 2, French Club 3, 4, Science Club LL. Year Entered: Eighth Grade F if . fe l. . - ' if W .pi "Always do right. It will gratify some people and astonish the restf, 1 'ft SENICDRS 7 X , tftflwihvf I 362576433 V, QV, my f QW' f iv WZ 'tiytwxy , ..,,. ., , , .,.. .,.. ' "All the worfds a stage and I was miscasf' MARION ISABELLE HISCOX 4'Na-ncyi' "Mari0n7' 164- Beech Street Westerly, R. I. Clark Bars . . . "I can't wait! I can't waitl . . guess what? I got this new Bride Magazine! . . . never still, always on the go . , . that high shrill voice . . . Arpege . . . always willing to help . . '4lVIr. Postmani' . . . A.C.A., 362 . . . liwhere is little Johnnyfw . . . the loudest gum chewer in the whole school . . . panic, Iive lost my - Oh no, Ilve found it under this pile of junk . . . 4- days, 3 hours etc. ACTIVITIES: Bed Cross Club I, 3, slfg Blue Team I, 2, 3, -'lg Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, fl-g Science Club 4: Latin Club I. 2g Eager Heart Ig Vesper Service I-. Year Entered: Freshman SHERIDAN LEE HARDING "Sheri,' 34 Court Street Westheld, M2-SS. New Yearis Eve . . . that green bug . . . think I'll dye my hair black . . . Alex . . . weekends at Choate . . . winters on skis . . . summers on boats . . . where's the food . . . the third step . . . new diets . . . old diets . . . careful driver ? ? ? . . summer slumber parties . . . c'mon cheerleader - get with itl ACTIVITIES: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club I, 2, French Club 3, Cheer Leaders 3, 4g Co- captain 45 Science Club 4, Dramatic Club 3, 45 Commencement Play 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Year Entered: Freshman "Winning the peace is a lonely battlef' 1 " Lam I .- . 1 1 A V H' I mFmmlEEHlWBEEN 1NN -u.,tEaim:v:v f11---- - ww-.-W? ----W -- f- it ' fe - L. , ,M X TE SENIORS CONSTANCE LEE HOPKINS NCQ zzrz ie" -16-43 2-l-Ist Street Douglaston, L.l.. NY. L'But I studied six hours for it!' '... Sure, Con . . . tennis anyone? . . . efficiency expert . . . a wonderful friend . . . about those day-pers . . and still another prep school dance . . . freckles galore . . . who needs a secretary? . . . Girls, I found a COKE bottle yesterday . . . ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, -lg President 49 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 4, Latin Club 2, Varsity Hockey 3g Varsity Tennis 2, 3g Co-chairman of Prom 3, Dissonants,2, 3, 43 Vesper Service Club 4. Year Entered: Sophomore Xi '41 am! Yet what I am who cares, or kn0ws?,' l ,J Y PAMELA MARY HUTCHEON Uv "Hutch,' uHutche0nus,a,um,' 314 E. Cedar Street Livingston, N. I. X . . . .... . .... Next week I jlist gotta get or- ganized . . . tell him I'm: tall, beautiful, charm- , ffa ing, witty, and intelligent . . . my IQ just dropped to -7 . . . I5 Hershey bars please without almonds h, . . . Glee Club, I'm going on my weekend . . . Q see 'ya at Hartwick . . . guess I'll go see Mrs. N ,I .... Mercy Maude! ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, 43 Dissonants, Presi- dent fltg Magnet 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Prom I Committee 3 4 WU? Ml ttaavllt 5'Be not angry when you cannot others as yon wish them to be, since you cannot make yourself as you wish lo be., , I ' I t lxxkmunvmm-nn .i.,.. ...rmmmrnr:mmw'mnTlmiwmatxria413' Tm 'y,- 25 ' y MAL 1 if ruuxummnanvsnwwvazfirwmwlwhmmvlmm " E ""tIP5'42'iiIlZIi5?i!1HHN llliiliiflf J ' s. ,, -ky ff-A "'4 ' + 'r:,tlrg1gg, y M , , I . ..L .,,, , ., ' 'N-ff'l" ' . A as ' ' A I ,, f I z 7 , I L, we Y 'fl fl V Q ' L ' ,. H -, 1 Q? ' vi "5 Q xl 'I 0 I I r ' X 4 'J an Q Q J I R ' it VP ,511 i J fb I , g .Ll , i, "I meant to do my work today but a brown bird sang on the apple tree and a butterfly flitted across the felal and all the leaves were calling mef, MARY ANN KAUFMANN "M'.A.U 90 Meadowbrook Road Longmeadow, Mass. Hair tinged with auburn . . . see that car with Brown sticker . . . who's the letter from today - Tom, Dick, Harry, or is it George? . . . I will not ski at night . . . Tuffy? Of course you can take a dog into Lord S: Taylor's . . . party at Kaufmann's tonight . . . oh come on, Joni, you know youire not sophisticated . . . donlt put the plug in. I don't want anyone to call . . . ACTIVITIES: Magnet 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 4g Science Club 2, 3, Llg Latin 2g French Club 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Year Entered : Sophomore IANIS MARION JOSTROM alan" 93 Court Street Westhelcl, Mass. Girl of many moods . . . "Notes? who writes noteslw . . . who is this Angus Grubb? . . . the tallest? in the family . . . I'd love to go, but Dunc saidl' . . . fun to be with, vivacious, friendly . . . usually found in Baylockls room . . . 4'But she's only a little kidn . . . I'm coming to your house - do you have any foodfw . . . destined to become the world's greatest nurse . . . ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, -Ig Music Committee -lg Dramatic Club 3, -lg Science Club -lg Varsity Hockey 3. lg Basketball manager 33 Dissonantes Ig Magnolia Literary Editor 4. Year Entered-: ,Iunior Ml 'cl can resist anything except temptation" k lmBlImlm SENIORS 4'All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream." MARCIA ANNE LAYDEN "Laydenv "Laydenus-a-umv 231 Grove Street Rutland, Vermont 4'Scraaatch?" . . . if she,s got it, she got it half-price . . . always driving that Healey up the wall . . . with every hair in place . . . Ndown- street, anyone?" . . . exotic sophistication in that true country folk style . . . AW, c'mon . . . it's only six pages . . . can I borrow a Kleenex . . . Ed, whereas grand-dad? . . . Stop that! l . . . and that dimple cheaper by the dozen in a frame. ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3, 4g Current Events Club 4, Vesper Service Club 4. Year Entered: Junior N J? MARY ANN KOPP 40-10 Colt Ocean Drive, Fort IAElUCl6l'fl3lff. Fla. No? . . . Bobby or Robertito? . . . Ann. wherels my . . .? . . . Fort Lauclerclale-Spring vacation? . . . blonde hair and changeable eyes . . . now, in Peru . . . Sth period chem . . . burns legal mid- night oil . . . organization plus? . . . cha-cha-cha . . . Now Katita . . . gotta reconfirm those res- ervations . . . always in a rush . . . Wilbraham? . . . who's in the shower? may I have it after you? ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3, 49 Current Events Club 41-3 Varsity Hockey 3, 45 Blue Team Cap- tain 4. Year Entered: Junior we JP awww it I :This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any nzarzfl n-swimming., ,,.. V - - mmf-. - -...... .----. 2 J-rj,-We V .,. -,. W, ., . NV " V f ' ' '31 A I K X 1 .mx ,, W ' gr 1 L J X , I ,JJ yr L A i , A 4 , K if I SENIORS Cf I cj! X iv J! , ,F ,M ,jf , y ,J 'B x la V,-XV, V - lr If ff Q? . ' Jg OV D' XX Ji U J ft if' fy eatdvl "There are two ways of flight, To be, the candle or the mirror that reflects itf, PAMELA WALKER LIPSETT 5CPan'L?3 75 Noank Road Mystic, Conn. Dean . . . Hcheeseburger, well-done, with onions, and a coke, pleaseln . . . good listener . . . special scull . . . "do I really have orange hairfw . . . sincere . . . weekly Williston visitor . . . Nmisher- ableil . . . Oh, Lisbyl . . . Hhow do I look with- out glasses?'7 . . . Pam, itls time to get up! ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club I, 23 Vesper Service Club 3, 4, French Club 3, LL, Magnet Business Board 4. Year Entered: Freshman JANET ELLEN LIN DQUIST ulanv: R. D. No. I Redding Rd. WCSt1JO1't, Conn Get that knitting in rhythm . . . little red sail- boat on Candlewood . . . hltis so hot in here - can I open a window?'7 . . . fussy eater . . . the nightly horror - brush rollers . . . 4'Ohl I thought it was an animal! . . . WARSH . . . 'LI always want to be comfortablel, . . . one man's modified water ski . . . "I donlt rememberl' . . . a daily struggler with French . . . uAnd who locked the bathroom door when the water was still runningiw' ACTIVITIES: Red Cross Club 3, 'Secretary of Red Cross Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Current Events Club 4, Vesper Service Club 4. Year Entered: Junior D 4,4 " 0 XJ, ' "?"t.'JfLl ff? if-'60 Af' ,.f'1.ll ,, , A4 I 4, if if :iff ,149 .,ffJ4" .Q f,- ,7,,fJ,,. 0. all ft' ,c.,a-'- n. gfff is 1 L 7-f 'J 4' 'tk Q s 4 I '4 1 K ! t' 'iid f I do , "The only things that count in life are the impririts of love which we leave behind us after we are gozzef, ' '4 I Lf J SENIORS The peace of the jungle is beyond all telling." PHEBE MACE Hljhebw Richmond, Mass. Famous smile . . . loves Greyls Matter on skis . . . athletic . . . FloTence . . . also lives in an igloo . . . l know . . . food orgies . . . open that window! . . . co-president of BFH . . . Darwin,s chere aimee . . . ah, umm . . , turtles on the rocks . . . a certain kind person . . . a witty, scientific inconoclast. ACTIVITIES: Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 43 Science Club lg Vesper Service Club 2. Year Entered: Freshman z lx in ' ,1 I ' X ,ff - 11' Q Rx, K .. g If Q, l . b ,Q ' Y A Et 1--f ' .- X 5--C ll 'ff l' , I .bi - ' - ll' X 'KK . 3-I H." ' ' '- , , 3 1 , by 1 .-- V 1 'E , , ws LAURIE COLTON MAGRIEL Q I 'gi' T, l,,'l ll 4: f as KV? ' Laurze i 9 bf E, 163 Abbott Street Springlield, Mass. ,jj V, tv" "Hi Bubulaw . . . effervescent Knot like in 53, ll ll Chemistryj personality . . . stockholder in ff" Friendly's . . . that European touch . . . elastic K 7 legs . . . you call that modern dance?? . . . wwf!! "Right away-after the Untouchableslv . . . week- "J ends in New York . . . Twist anyone? . . . Hosta 'Lk' 1 Luago , . . doctor troubles . . . southern charm " W with northern beauty . . . spirits flying . . . ul jj ,all "Oh, l hate my shnozln . . . loved by all . . . day 41, 9 I f hop for sure but boarder at heart . . . "l think , X, 'Q she lives in Main Housefl . . . bone . . . lipstick U 3 l and straight blonde hair? . . . Wvowl . . . Lau 'hx X Eff risse . . . Nervous lunches . . .How can one girl ' fl" if i have so much? ? ' ' CHX 'fs ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2g Current Events Club 45 Science Club 2, 3, 4. Year Entered: Sophomore 'Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I Look the one less traveled by, And that has made all the clijerencef' o Q , 1 I . 1 . ' .- ,, ,- l 'wr V ral' X, . . , Q Q I 2 ,gf ' : ""- L'--A--4' - -'f ,D ' -v 'nt "" Q14 g ', s 1. ng, t ,t - xxlv ., ,f , , . K0 l 1 U QA , ws typ, Y jf, lp 0 pf I , vw, J, A.' ' V,. ?.-nay' xr. o " ga K ,Q 35,1 ity' ,elif . - fd ' I R, its .N 15 .if :AV g,+'f? MARIE IVIALLARD 'cMarie', if 114-5 Enfield Street Thompsonville, Conn. ,ff W LAWhere's my pocketbook?'7 . . . always outlining yy, reasons why she shouldnat . . . an invisible waist . . . but a big eater . . . has three No. 3 pencils without erasers . . . refuses to look at page 676 . . . lives next to Suffield but striving for Dart- mouth . . . '4Have you etuclied your frenchaisfw . . . Mariisms . . . evil spelled backward - live . . . 'LLaurie, Let go of my platinum wirelw that laugh . . . still wants to join the R.O.T.C. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2: French Club 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4., Year Entered: Sophomore QW My X HWluzt's to come is still unsure . . .' I If TM -7 .f' MARY SOPHIA MALLIS ,Www I uflffatryv WW 1841 Allen Street Springfield, Mass. XJ! 'AYes dear?7' . . . mad dash for the telephone, especially at noon . . . if looks could kill . . . '4Who me? Sweet, innocent me?,' . . . one of the oldtimers . . . always seen helping the prefects . . . UI kid you notl" . . . a career in journal- ism . . . Wllhis week at Trinity IVI.Y.I7.7, . . . help- ful and sympathetic listener and advisor - a sincere friend . . . "See you around, kidt' . . . 4'That7s the way it goes! . . ." ACTIVITIES: Variety Club 7, 3: A. A, Repre- sentative 8, 9: Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2, A-1: Latin Club 2: Current Events Club 3: Magnet Business Board 41. Year Entered: ith Grade "As ye sow, so shall ye reap" ,. .., , q,mN..m SENIORS 'cTlze mind is its own place, and in itself 5 Can make a Heaven of Hell, or a Hell of Heavenf' ANNE REYNOLDS MASON HJVICISOILH 56 Sampson Parkway Pittsfield, IVIass. . . . .... Evil, evil. Even . . . IVI'eavensI . . . .. .... .... . . Oh! that sense of humor! . . . Ilm going to wear my Donny Davedia shirt. 'Tm liking itll, . . . Mason- berger . . . cultivate that complex . . . heading toward the Ice Capades, and Chamonix? . . . Insight, intelligence and individualism. ACTIVITIES: Red Cross Club 3, 43 Current Events Club 3, 4, Vesper Service Club 4. Year Entered: Junior CAROL ANN E MARTIN 4'Carol" Llewellyn Dr. Vllesthclcl. Mass. . . . Better late than never 4 in some cases . . we always rinse out Coke bottles . . . a jazz addict . . '. IVIiss Pink Powder Puff of '62 . . 4'WeII if you really want to known . . . I'Cive Poochie part of your cookiei' . . . HWait a minute, Iim confuseclw . . . Heavens to Elizabeth . . . loves folksinging, pink sheaths, footless sandals - But always Bruce . . . black turtle- neck sweater and a fur muii . . . HWI1o's not athleticfw . . . WestHeId's own intellectual . . . ACTIVITIES: Latin Club I, 2g French Club 3: Current Events Club 3, ,Ig Dramatic Club 3, 4g Science Club I, 2g Red Cross Club 2, 3g Magnet 3, LI. Year Entered: Freshman I'Laugli ana' the world laughs with you Cry and you cry alone , . . U .....r..,.. .... .. ..... , Wnm...mu '+-Y' xx ,oat 4:,.'-'i"-,gs -wc'-H -3, " tv N ' ' , Qi ' ,.,,,. .. ' N ,JL SENICDRS HI willy ELIZABETH LYNNE MEYER nLynne,' R.E.D. No. 3 Fairfield, Conn. How ,bout that? . . . Guess what? . . . What did you get on the History test? . . . IVIEER . . . 1,11 start my diet tomorrow . . . motherly type , . . I'm going to get married 6f6f66 . . . Hey not another package from home. We7re going to eat well tonight . . . Not an ounce have I gained . . . O!OlOhh that weird smile . . . you know what they say about people who talk to them-selves . . . ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3, 45 Red Cross Club 3, 4g President 43 French Club 443 Clee Club 49 Vesper Service Club 4, Year Entered: Junior TINA SUZANNE MATHIS C6Tina73 22 Green Lane Springfield, Mass. Petite and pixie-ish . . . duo-personality . . . cars, cars, cars . . . abut I'd rather take the busf' . . .Ia chemistry Whiz . . 4'Really, Miss Putnam, I'd call the fire departmenti' . . . Prep school dances and college weekends . . . 'cmah honey's comin' home Saturday . . . Square glasses? I ! I . . . And the lake! ACTIVITIES: Class Oliicer lg Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club, I, 2g French Club 45 Science Club 4. Year Entered: Freshman "But see how high it reaches up To C0d's blue sky."' 5 t ,t -.--- J ,li I 3 JLLQQ WS ,c K QGga,etjCtw5,tC3,epv1gggg?WtsENlmoRs or tad, ,Po utllzzry had a little lambf, LOIS INGRID NEWMARK 25 Forest Glen Rd. Longmeadow, Mass. Yogurt eater . . . innate aptitude for chemistry, H2504 anyone? . . . loves crusts . . . subtile sense of humor . . . rational . . . uYou,re kidding . . . that quiet car pool . . . tranquilizers for French speeches . . . always neat and well- dressed . . . twists in lunch period . . . a good listener . . . 4'Doesn't anyone have any food?'l ACTIVITIES: Latin Cluh 2, Current Events Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Business Board of the Magnet 3, 4. Year Entered: Sophomore x QW BEVERLY ANNE MORSE GCLee57 1288 Hastings Hill Suffield, Conn. Peaches and cream . . . a real 'Llamlf' . . . sweet and shy . . . laughing eyes . . . Miss Putnam, I don't understand! . . . Sufheldls sweetheart , , . always makes out O.K.?l . . . l'Chuck', full of fun! . . . proms and parties . . . thatls Lee. ACTIVITIES: Latin Cluh.2g Red Cross Cluh Zg Current Events Cluh 3, L13 Cheer Leading 4, Science Cluh il. Year Entered: Freshman HWisd0m is knowing what to do next, virtue is doing itf' I ..........s.....,...a..,,.,.,....i.,.......,...,..Au.,a.u:a.f. aware-u.'mnu,1u, an ' so ' I It it SENIORS WNU man is an islandf' PATRICIA OLCOTT GCPLUS7 855 Shennecossett Rd. Groton, Conn. Laugh, laugh, laugh . . . Kennebunkport, Me. . . . sailing . . . great athlete . . . gorgeous smile . . . I want some mail tmale?l . . . "ha, ha, hal' . . . Yeah . . . Kasimer Kolawski Cracky Knees . . . '6Ohhh fiddle-sticks" . . . heartbreaking cough . . . "Pete', . . . wlwherels too much talk here" . . . all right . . . honestly . . . ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4: Vice President of A. A. 2: Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3: Secretary-Treasurer of A. A. 3: Varsity Hockey 411: Prefect 4-g Student Council 4. Year Entered: Sophomore IUDITH CHRISTOPHER NIMS "Chrisv "ChrisLie:' 83 Northwood Ave. West Springfield, Mass. Sugar, spice, and who knows what lurks behind those big, brown eyes? . . . a truly 'gpersonablel' person, unprentious, fun-loving . . . L'I'm cold" . . . '4Well', . . . Letls go to Friendly's,, . . . Does she always roller skate on Main Street? . . . Unpredictable driver known for her natural skill at hitting stationary objects, poles, etc.. . . . drops erasers on teacherls feet . . . 4'Hi there, loverw . . . You should see me in my leotardl . . . wonderful friend . . . a female William the Conqueror of the College Boards, Destined for a great future. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Latin Club 3: Student Council 4: Magnet News Staff AL: Current Events Club 4: Corres- pondent to Springfield Republican 4. Year Entered: Junior "I shall laugh myself to death." " -Q he - , WV , 'l LL- SENICDRS "If all the year were playing holidays, To sport would be as tedious asto worlcf, MARIANNE 'PAGCTS " V . ' "Mariannei' ' 7 Winsdr Street " ' ' 'VLuct10wQ Mass. Our vivacious, black-haired Creek .X I. . 'iln my opinionw . y. . 'frequently found manipulating lights .. . . ldyalfand responsible . . tlalways ,studying ,Fi-enbh 4. . . a lively senselof 'humor .. .i"Well,lll", -U I . .n . -v - ' 1 l"' N I Vx i ACTIVITIES: Magnet Y, 3, 1, 3, fl, Dramatic! Club! I, 2,- 3, 11-g Dramatic Clhb Lighting Chfair- man 3, 49 French Club 3,'11-3 Treasurer'flqyfLatin Club' I, 23N Science Cliiliil, 41g Red' Cross' Club 13 Variety Club 7, 3.4 ' A A ll Year Entered igm,Seventh Grade 'I pl v fi I I MARIL DODGE OWIALLEY 4'Dee" l02I Northampton St. Holyoke, Mass. Blushing beauty . . . Senior Class Tax Collector . . . 4'C,est pour rife" . . . Good sense of humor . . . lVIt. Tom's toboggan fetcher . . . Those college week-ends - that she never goes on . . . Part-time boarder . . . shorter and shorter haircuts . . . lVIacDufIie's laundry box carrier. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 49 Science Club 2, French Club 3, 43 Cheer Leader 3, 43 Hockey Varsity 45 Magnet Staff 43 Secretary- Treasurer of Class 4. Year Entered : Sophomore . "So much do I love wandering, So much I love the sea and slcyfj Y Y Y ,...,, ....Y ...,....W-........ -.W.......,....-.-.-.,,,,,,,..............- ..... ,... 7 f ws- k ,, Y, L,-Q.-V H5-is ! I--'--re ,Ei-4-"i"f1g.H tes' " -jfs ' -- Q " 4 Am t . ,, Wi-1 SENIORS ,gi "A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its loveliness increases, it will never pass into 710llLillgIl6SS.u FLORENCE CHARLENE PILBLAD 4'Char" 66 Roselyn Drive Pittsfield, Mass. Toughbananas... , . . . . . .. . Pilblad, was that the phone? . . . oh he's just an old friend . . . How far is it to Penn.? . . . He just can't move . . . Who was it this time? . . . Watch out here comes that expert skiier . . . but Miss Heald I didnit know that we couldn,t call after 7:15 on Sundays . . . C'est la vie . . . that 10-10-10 figure . . . helpful and above all a good friend. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 1, 25 Red Cross Club 1, 25 Glee Club 2, 39 Science Club 4, Vesper Service Club 4. Year Entered: Freshman CAROLYN PARLIN "Cami" "Catnip" 14 Riverdale Road Thompsonville, Conn. Scarlett O'Hara7s wild green eyes . . . gentle and gracious . . . soft spoken . . . a real Southern belle from Connecticut . . . "Please get your ads inn . . . and would anyone like to address some envelopes? . . . hates long bus rides . . . "Well, what should we do?', , . . future French teacher or maybe modern dance . . . Friday afternoon splurge . . . 'LDon,t you think Iam fat?', ---- I'lVI going on a dieti' . . . wild driver . . . lead foot . . . working on a foolproof system for Miss Heald's tests . . . 'ishould I write him?" . . . always in a fog about chemistry labs . . . 1VIacDuffie,s dress designer . . . a true, fine friend. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 3, 43 Magnet 3, 4g Business Manager of Magnet 4g Current Events Club 3, 49 French Club 4. Year Entered: ,Iunior "Keep your face to the sunshine and you can not see the shadows." f Q 1- SENIORS "You have greatly ventured, but all must do so, who would greatly win." new MW W JAQUELINE NANCY RECTOR Hfackien I29 Stratton Brook Rd. Simsbury, Conn. Pretty blue eyes . . . feminine . . . "Tell me the truth do I really have fat legs?7' . . . utterly unsophisticated . . . Pizza and Pepsi and Tom . . . stubborn . . . a lover of beauty and of truth and of love . . . partial to rainy nights and laughing children and dark-haired, brown-eyed boys . . . thank you "Buggie7, for every-thing. ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, Vesper Service Club 3, LL, Leaders' Corps 3, 11-5 Secretary-Treasurer 3, Prefect 4, Student Council 4. Year Entered: Sophomore DA' W J Q0 gal Wil My lil Moll bl ily' will All b ,pl xo l f JOAN MARCO RAFFELD afoniy, 197 Crestview Circle Longmearlow, Mass. Vlfeekends . . . white convertilule . . . skiing . . . I like fairhaired boys - but there have to be some exceptions . . . I twist triple time? , . my skirts are not that short and my hands aren't shakingl . . . disorganized organization . . . got it in Paris, dirt cheap . . . girls, get your Magnet articles in - please? . . . this week we have two articles in the Republican . . . you've never heard of Dylan Thomas?l . , . Yale . . . let me give you some of my 'iadultn advice - what do you mean you donit want it? ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Science Clubf2, 3, -I-3 Dramatic Club 2, 3, -lg Eager Heart 2: Com' rnencement Play 2: Correspondent to Springfield Republican 3, -Lg Magnet Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor- in-Chief 4. Year Entered: Sophomore O ODD l W IW Lfw gy Ulf Qxillijl li ll IW A , ll c'Tl1e lzeart has reasors ll' Vx of which TCGSOIKIHS no li'I10d.bl'l?,:lg6.,, V U w J XOVP QP 120 xl . . 1 Mr s l? ,ti W M :Mil r tif it il W J I, alll cllofyltuiil lli W ,O X arf! A X f x Q-,xx ly-Q-2 Y, LVL!-f" ll I by Lf , -'fxf9'J- In if If V 6 we SENIQRS ld -- ' X lf I l Tl I' ' L il X .FAN c-f' J- D ww X Mb!! h X fe' ' ' JANET ELIZABETH RHOADS I 'cfemzyu I7 Oak Bluff Circle E. Logmeadow, Mass. it you see a New York Times walking around Howard Hall, thatis Jenny . . . Rehearsals, con- W "What is the value of a life for which one is not willing to clie?7' CATHERINE ANN RINGE Hcalhyi' 7 Blair Place Blairstown, N. J. Hey Punk . . . Remind me to get some Ajax! . . . Always look for'her.and Terry at 6 A.lVI. in the bath tub . . . Rosie, so you cherish your girl friends friendships more than her brothers? . . . Rough rider winters and Port Jarvis sum- mers . . . She needs a double size lcleenex . . . HI wanta go down Southn . . . '4Got any con- tributionsf . . . 'AAnyone have a hairdryer? . . . One of those noisy roughclimbers . . . the Blairstown bomber . . . to-da-loo. ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 3, 415 Leaders, Corps 3, 4g Prefect 4-5 Student Council 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Vesper Service Club 4. Year Entered: Junior certs. auditions . . . plays "I Would Be Truev with her eyes closed . . . Always seen working between classes. L'This History report is clue next periodf' . . . cool, calm, but not collected . . . 'gOh, Nats!" . . . starter of the green bag movement . . . a wonderful friend with lots of ideas . . . 'LI understand Miss Putnam, but" . . . a Pogophile at heart but supports Peanuts also . . . Bach, Brubeck, Baez . . . Hand what not". ACTIVITIES: Assistant Business Manager for Magnolia 4: Current Events Club I. 2,'3, Presi- dent 45 Glee Club Accompanist 2, 3, -lg French Club 3, 4: Red Cross Club lg J. V. Hockey Ig I. V. Softball 2g V. Basketball 3g V. Hockey -1-. Year Entered: Eighth Grade 1:5 I "Love is the art of learning to givef' f- - 1 Ii! I I in ' mMBmwmuwmn mume ,. ' s!mwlm1vf!nv'nruuvvmnmumn-uymnvvgnnslmuu SENIORS money -SJ:-eww CFUEY-owfvcfiwcl IiDXxXx5wvQ.,r- X131 Q- yvydcnyfx, Nm- Q 2,-X.q6vj? XXX Kick Qgoxiso NA ' OL, QAJ-f Ccvovcf N9-PCI 'C-job QCJNJN-Q , UC. 'gBelieve in yourself, and what others think wonit matter." SUSAN CORR RITCHIE CCSue77 39 Mountain View Street Westfield, Mass. Hungry horror . . . '4Where's my pencil case?" . . . reliability, sincerity, and a sense of re- sponsibility . . . but you can't miss that gleam in her eyel . . . HI've got to go skiing this week- end, or I'l1 diell' . . . always flunking with a high A . . . g'Please come to the Science Club rneetingln . . . her ambition and enthusiasm will pave the way to a research lab . . . 'Tm starved!" ACTIVITIES: Magnolia Art Editor, Science Club Ig President 4, French Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club I, 49 Red Cross Club 2, Magnet 3, 4. Year Entered: Eighth Grade tm ELIZABETH RIT gs:.mmnfw:f114m,y,f1.-mu-Q-,-:-,... .,,.... .v-, . --.- ,-. CHIE 'cloisbyu 'gTl1z'sbie'7 XJLJL Province Line Road The perennial tiger and cheer Princeton, NJ. rah Idrinfeton 'vxSL,, ff 1 - : , . . . 'Lwh re the boys arel74But lim only home when t eylre gone . . . that long 1, ?l brown hair! . . . - ng. look at my new hair stylew , . . those TQC fantastic diets. . . g'Come on Claire, its time for .Fr exercisei' . . . Ilve only taken ten todayll . . . a real sweet girl , . . always good natured and willing to help , . . uHe's my t are you?,' . . . idolli , . . Mlliger, tiger burning bright" . . . Wllhisbee - where IVITlES: Red Cross 2, 3, it science Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, French Service Club 4. Year Entered: Sophomore wal Planet- Jo aw, Club 35 Vesper 0.1.1.-5. Lk!!-AA iowa, ,Yao-ff-sl 'YNLABQIX YVl.:l.fwvA'fX I ,,-1-4.,f-Lj!j -'b""'I"n" Q C KJ:-Q fl n J eg..w-.,5u.- 'CTO strive, I0 seek, I0 find. fmt! :roi to v:'elc.7fi ni .ali'ititfxzuf12.l!l1::f':ilmuleftililiziltiiruff!-I , I ' , W My , f . - U , - ' U" ' v J' ' tt P Wg X , fi QQ" ,lf ' 1 " '73 A' I l . 9 I . I -X .ten l' Wifi-V lf f " if -oil' Ny .LV E nf- ff feat 'X il- V123 fb til at 0331 U 'wif iii". N" .fi 1 ,, . ' ,Juv VFX thqfr' 1- U V' lf' lx' x, l U , Q, it M X DA - J yy WSJ , T,-fx xiii, -,MJ , ,E fix' C ' ' -- UJJl Ov L W .. U if Q 'ff "Look up, laugh, love, anal liftlv LINDA LEE SAGERS '4Lincly, Lin, Segsn Springfield Road Somers, Conn. "Mon Dieu, Nupeel' . . . Those claws . . . rings, rings, rings . . . modern dance and those heels . . . '4Nastylv . . . always putting her foot in her mouth . . . busy, busy, busy . . . what would Somers Church do without her? . . . 22 skirts . . . HGuess What? . . . left-handed chemist . . constant quips . . . poor Miss Heald . . . MI don't agree Dr. Grahamew . . . Linda's outward humor cheers all, her inward concern emits love to those who are close to her - young and old . . . "Even so, Father, for it seemed good in thy sight." ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 3, 4-g Vice President 4-Q Science Club 3, 43 Magnet News Board 1, 2, 3, 4-g Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club lg Magnet Business Board l, 2, 3, ll. Year Entered: Eighth Grade CAROLINE RUSSELL HCarol" igRlISSl, 208 Longhill Street Splingflelflv M355- "How do you like them apples, Roopeeilw - - - not another diet . . . 4'Really?" . . . often talking about a certain boy . . . ping pong anyone ll - - - is that French shels speaking? . . . "Me? iI1 3 leotardla' . . . 'GHey, what do we do if this blows up?,' . . . watch out for those big brown eyes . . . always got a problem but always ready to listen to someone elseis. ACTIVITIES: Junior School Presidentg Treas- urer of Class 3, Glee Club 3, lg Day'Prefect 43 Current Events Club 2, -lg French Club 3, 4. Year Entered: Seventh Grade HI tell my friends to take their problems philosophically, But when I get the same advice, it never works on me." Y , 1"' 'ppmiifyfprfxf ,ICJ ,, 5 , 151 f' ' '. " ' - 'i ' . l"l'Q'u-,f " ' '-V om- f, of 'M W' not ,,, H., A.,,, N . , 'vii-' , WN Q,-wf9t2Wv WWW strsuores Glwrfid Q10-fft1 J' 4-dir '4Here's to the whole world, lest some fool take offense-7, g-" New N- Q. 7 Ql LAURIE SCOTT "Laurie', 342 Fifth Avenue River Edge, NJ. Innocent ??l . . . Quiet??l . . . But Laurie, that history report isn't due for two months , . . A timid, amateur helper . . . 4'Don't just stand there, fold napkinsn . . . daily letters to and from Fred . . . What does your hair-dresser do for a living? . . . But honestly Officer, I didn't see that light polev . . . "Turn over, you're snoringw . . . Laurie, why don't you like cats??? ACTIVITIES: Red Cross Club 3, Latin Club -lg Vesper Service 45 Student Council 4, Head Dining Room Prefect 4. Year Entered: Junior aff 1?-climbs' ,EW flwxgw. JANE LAURIE SCHECKTER Hfanie - Scheckiel' 52 Firglade Ave. Springheld, Mass. Artsy - craftsy . . . violin-strummer Xa guitar- bower . . . 'Crandl How gross!" . . . fearless leader of the Clee Club . . . folk songs llsreali Sa Joan Baez! . . . fashion designer of the future . . . the dancing girl with the baggy leotard . . . New York! . . . Se habla espanol? . . . back- stage artist of the Dramatic Club Iher bell pulls were pretty but they fell at the wrong moments! J . . . Ciao bella! ACTIVITIES: Clee Club 3, President 49 Dra- matic Club l, 3, -lg Dissonantes -1-5 Modern Dancing 3, 4. Year Entered: Fres an and Junior Ibm l ,, if rrffcfilliif f f--,,- H f 24,-,:m4. Qxl ,Q xx nMa1L is tallest on his lrneesf' 17- , , I ' X-, -wfrggh nf'f'2i1--.T"-Kf"- Y' , ' JI? I "" 1 ' ', -',.,u.,.f ,-ffn' SENIORS Today is the Lomorrow you were worried about yesterdayf' IVIARYANNA BAIRD SMITH uflflaryalzlzan R.F.D. No. 2 Box 208 Somers, Conn. Our future scientist? . . . "Ce-e-e-e-ew . . . Counter-attack-ant raider . . . has dog - wants horse . . . Jaguar admirer . . . loyal and trust- worthy . . . hockey sox . . . L'What's up?'7 . . . Mound Builders . . . ACTIVITIES: Variety Club 3, Science Club I, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Hockey 4-. Year Entered: Eighth Grade MARY ANNE SHATTUCK "Mary Armen Woronoake Hgts. Woronoco, Mass. 4'Ohl How swishln . . . always full of fun and laughter . . . West Point, Brown, McGill . . . How is the driving doing these days? . . . 'LYou,re kiddinglw . . . Did you notice that sparkle in her eyes? . . . the three S's - sewing, sailing and skiing . . , above all, a sincere friend. ACTIVITIES: Magnet 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, -Lg Latin Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, 35 Glee Club 4. Year Entered: Sophomore ' "The world stands aside to let anyone who knows where he is going pass." f '-:see-pnmun::---x 1,1-wm.............,,,...,..,.,.. ---.- --'--- ---v- - -L.-...,........ SENIORS MA smile is the key to happilzessfi BARBARA LEE SMOLIAN :eBay-bv Rockhouse Road Redding, Conn. Buttercup . . . forget it . . . I couldn't possibly have passed . . . Wvhen I was on the Riviera . . . Well, my friend in Washington . . . But, I can't help it . . . tres peu s'il vous plait . . '. Have you ever heard her French accent? . . . never without her blue trench coat and many fun hats . . . nature girl . . . conscientious worker, always willing to help. ACTIVITIES: French Club 43 Current Events Club 4. Year Entered: Senior 4i.-....B.. .t,,t.,,,. M ,t,s, SHARON ELY SMITH uSherry', '4Smiley" 24 Chestnut Street Westhelcl, Mass. Here comes Sherryg a sparkling smile and a cheery uhili' . . . always willing to help . . personality plus . . . nBeat, thrust, lungew . . . '6Hey, let's sing" land what a voicell that extra some-thing . . . and that laugh . . . so high with fun sheis a little bit crazy at times . . . 'ilsook out life - here I come". ACTIVITIES: Glee Club Llg Typing Editor of Magnolia 4g French Club 4g Current Events Club 4g A. A. 4g Music Committee of Clee Club 4-. Year Entered: Senior "And oh my Lord in this one room there were all of these machines twirling by themselves so I turned them off, jwff fig wwf I' , -.-vw-1. --I--v unn..r.vm.,.w-M-.ww ..-Mv-1...ra,unxrnxnirzxx:nlmrW:l.WEmh:.!2m 'EIHE I if IW t , I L. ..,,.,. .,t.. .1.. tt. Y A V 1 A 1 4' WWW-W ,W 1 Y 7 L . ,.A,. T. .,.V ':':.'iT1'! lf, '7l:V i2..'1-all of L Q. WH kr d b g - M Y ff 2 vi I 1 70 SENIORS 5" A Eff GIFT? 7- KJ' I ll Z J QQ rtfwfp my 1 J Nt N x J II I I if O S I il V! 1' I iz 7 A .if , tif q JN ,J ,fl KP! Ely .-If EJ Nj! if U B JJ, 1 at im' 40043, WI7 , "My honor is dearer to me than my lifef' KATHRYN ELLEN STEIN "Katy" "T0ad1Ls-a-umu I2 Eldridge Street Ixfaterbury, Connecticut 'Tm in the mood for loveg' . . . kind and under- standing . . . incorrigible procrastination . . . 6'0h! Listen to thislv . . . dream of wonderful dreams . . . able to talk her way out of anything . . . "A rose is a rose is a rose" . . . mixture of love and warmth and obstinacy . . . the Toad . . . ACTIVITIES: Dramatic Club 3, 43 Leaders Corps 3, 4, Science Club 4. Year Entered: Junior MARION JEAN STEELE "Marion,' 172 Dorwin Drive West Springfield, Mass. Blue eyes and those unaturalv blonde streaks . . . i'Cuess what! Today I7m really going on a diet" . . . Friendly, considerate and first to know her valences . . . "Bananas make my ears itchyn . . . Modest and sincere . . . "I shine at basketballw . . . Sweet and seemingly quiet, but watch out for those sudden flashes of humor . . . 'AIS your brother nice?" ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, 3g French Club 3, 4g Magnet News Sta-ff 4, Current Events Club 49 Science Club 4. Year Entered: Sophomore W' Dv MW. 817,35-WT MM We fgffgfwpffjyt "Life is mo short no be little." WS M26 WW M if . I I ll' ,wt X I. 0 WQENIGRS il' QI l KU., and be fat? 57 CONSTANCE AUSTIN SULLIVAN lk V Q, 'gC0n.nie,' 96 Whittum Avenue Springfield, Mass Look lady! . . . witty, wild, warm, wacky, in wonderful . . . I love you Harry but youlre two X feet too short . . . Only living soul who can where?? . . . ne le knocky pas . . . you call that smell a hot fudge sundae . . . Sale! Clearancefgp singing? . . . twistons' encore . . . passion for gill! YU dark bread, cheese, soft musi'c . . . and coke?? - - ,JP . . . which school shall we invade this weekend? PENELOPE STEKETEE HPCILVIY7, HSleki, 2000 Thornapple Dr. Grand Rapids, Mich. "Great, biff huffeli . . . saarklinff lauah . . . D9 U l D Lg determined . . . i'There's a Michigan license plateli' . . . curly eyelashes . . . athletic . . "Hey, you guys" . . . AA board meetings . . . 'lforget it!', . . . lives on ice cream . . . "let's go skiing!" . . , sports cars . . . MOh my hairf' ACTIVITIES: President of A.A. 43 Glee Club 4g Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, lV.P. 2 - Sec.-Treas. 31, French Club 3g Photography Staff of Magnet 4-g Assistant Photography Editor of Magnolia 43 Leaders Corps 3, 45 Red Cross Club 2, Vesper Service Club 2, 43 J. V. Hockey Team 2, Hockey Team 3, 4, Tennis Team 2. ' Year Entered: Sophomore A' L M? Wilbraham, U. Mass., or Tufts? . . . What! UAF JN QP you're out of size 12 sneakers?? . . . a born 5 A X leader . . . destined as a doctor . . . Santa Maria! Wt-lj . . . History? Oh, do I take History? . . . Next AJX year??? . . . N.Y.? Washington, Miami-this 1 X xg! A girl gets around . . . wild blond hair, emerald ' I ,p., T' eyes, a flashing grin . . . X My 'rff "', '," C ' ACTIVITIES: Vice President of Class 3, 4, Assistant Lit. Editor of Magnolia 4, Cheerleader 1 I 4, Eager Heart 3, Current Events Club 45 Dra- matic Club 3, 4, Red Cross Club 3, 4, French Club 43 Science Club 4. Year Entered: Junior X "AL last fm free . . . 7 No longer do I feel like a sick oyster at low tide f"6-iutfff W nel gfovwi. lla! 1-zf' .jI1'Z QT 1 X., ,,t:':". f ra J? b 1 , , F I iz, --I C QXD! D t NW Cff,fj,,w,fy ESENIORS ,,j,ct,- ,Cf rp lvjzj- I Q qt I OI ,IL J !'1'l:illI Oil Jldl gli' I gl of ML I V I 'DX Q ,V X xt tf PW! ,Iggy 'D l'f"Q V",'v Q JANE HARVEY THOIVIEE X K ,, 1,1 ylf fs'-1 , UL! I7 'K-,f 1 VV I 'lv MLV ff ,fi .ff lt Q-full! X Hfaniev 4'EUerything in moderaziorfi ANNE CHARLOTTE VAIL g'Vulg" Peach Lake Road Brewster, N.Y. 4'Be nicew . . . Out the window?l Vulger?! . . . '4Don't knock farmers" . . . Latin homework . . . Therels a good story in Post . . . NBe serious" . . . g'You're not suppose to look at the mailn . . . N, Y. state with fake ID! . . . L'Certainly dow . . . What roof . . . wfhereas no excuse for a messy room" . . . HI think heis darlingl' . . . A mixture of fun and under- standing. ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 3, Ll-3 Red Cross 35 Latin Club 45 Vesper Service Club 4, Senior Prefect Lltg Student Council il. Year Entered: Junior df! Wifi if lb Honey Pot Road Westfield, Mass. Perpetual blush-perpetual smile . . . Lover ok a little-hand-me-down Karmie . . . A petite pink party-popping prefect . . . Our Own Honey Potter . . . '4Dynie lost a shoeli' . . . Successful at all attempts whether collecting milk money, playing hockey or being a good student . . . "Will I ever learn to parallel ski?'7 . . . Can often be seen below and above armfuls of Howard's basement supplies . . . '4Cot any potato chips? . . . A devoted friend and sympathetic listener . . . Past, present, and future psychia- trist . . . 4'Best you do" . . . and best she does . . . ACTIVITIES: Variety Club 85 Softball 8, 2, Freshman Class Presidentg Dramatic Club lg Current Events Club 3, 4g Basketball 3, Prefect 4, Student Council 4g Hockey 45 Science Club 4. Year Entered: Eighth Grade Blat 'The Almighty has His own purposes" GAAALQ4 f f 4 SENIORS 'Love is not love, Which alters, When in alteration finds Or bends with the remover To remove. Oh no, it is an ever-fixed marhf' CLAIR ANN WASHBURN 84 Oakland Avenue Gloversville, N.Y. An expert skier . . . well matched skins . . . 'LThisbee, Thisbee, I love y'oul" . . . always ready to help . . . HCome on kidsl, Itis exercise time" . . . fresh air fiend . . . 4'Would you ever . .?,' . . . runs an animal shelter . . . nWill you get some orange juice?" . . . Iowa, Lenox, Liquids, and love . . . '6Did I get any mail? -- Iowafw . . . Accepts responsibility of Senior Class President . . . 4Oh, I think I'm going to die.77 . . . Still got that ring? ACTIVITIES: President of Class 2, 3, 4g Student Council lg Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 4, Editor in-chief of Magnolia 4g Vesper Service Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 2, 3, 43 Current Events Club 4. Year Entered: Freshman --A-wk , JANET KATHRYN VISCONTI 'aViscont'7 70 Rugby Road Longmeadow, Mass. Big buds with everyone . . . smiley . . . legs . . . who is it today Janet - Ric or Rip? . . . beautiful clothes . . . watch out for her at initiations . . . Black Point . . . K and ,I . . . Doesnlt anyone want to go to Bermuda? . . . eat him up kid . . . DUH!! . . . Well, I know the jirst part of the Moonlight Sonata . . . unexpected jaunts to Hartford llonils carl and expected jaunts to New York lxtrainil . . . Let's twist again with the great Ray Charles! ACTIVITIES: Latin Club I, 23 Clee Club 3, 4g Senior Librarian of Clee Club 43 Science Club 35 Business Board of Magnet 4. Year Entered: Freshman MYQQLQ3-X.. a oss ,JIS Nu.. GLM 'BW'-I.. wt. Cs bulb Q5 v-C are LW'-'-L:-sl :fx Yew- 51-1L'XCx-a0v:X, '35-A-SN nobr QT, ,'. . . HTG be alive at all involves some rishf, SENIORS H1 will spend my time till midnight, sewing little red flannels for lepreclzauns." BARBARA WYCKOFF 4'Barl7H "WlLycouglz?U 1417 West Watel' Street Elmira, N.Y. '4Oh mv brain tumorln . . . g'Waiter - and H glHSS of milk pleasef' . . . Why cough when you can use Smith Bros? . . . uvllyckoff. itls 7:2417 . . . Baked potatoes in the bed . . . . . . shussing t?t sown the Ripperoo . . . Rus- tics . . . 'LDarn Milnes ice cubesw . . . MShut upw . . . als my hair really straight?', . . . Wlierry it's your turn to clean the sinkw . . . It's only been 6 months since you washed your knee socks. ACTIVITIES: Leaders Corps 3. Llfg Prefect -lg Dramatic Club 3, slg Latin Club 3: Vesper Service Club Ml: Student Council 4. Year Entered: Junior ELIZABETH TER RY WHITE 'cTe1iry': HF. Bfi ll Indian Spring Road Rowarton. Conn. '4Chocolate Sundae. toasted water-roll. french fries and a coke pleasel' . . . "Hey Whycough. letis ask Claire for some more diet pills, . . . dreams of sophistication and slimness . . . sup- ports alarm clock factories . . . Ivherever you look, Fairy Bluels bazooka is stuck to the bed post, jewelry box. or clokl . . . boy. do I wish I could wear arch supports! . . . HELP! ACTIVITIES: Leaders Corps 3, -I: President of Leaders Corps alg Dramatic Club 3, -I: Latin Club 4-3 Current Events Club -I: Vesper -Service Club -lg Assistant Typing Editor of Magnolia 4. Year Entered: Junior www hfscfoe sw, Qlfflllfil H l clc., uillake it thy business 10 know thyself, which is llle most clijficull lesson in llze worlolf, fb Pall! sings in the forest" SENIORS KRISTIN ELIZABETH ZETHREN "Kri5ly,' 1 Headquarters 6th Air Division, Dow Air Force Base, Maine Aramis . . . Vichy water, A dim light in the Piazza . . . larking over fences . . . Gourmande . . . elusive poetry with intensive whispers . . . a soft, malevolent chuckle . . . bare feet and casual disorder in the clutter of unread books . . . fragmentary smile . . . abstract fogs - Hmm? ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, 4-3 French Club President 4g Dramatic Club 3, 11-3 Eager Heart 3, 4g Glee Club 111. Year Entered: Junior Closer the silent enemy approaches . . . Do they know . . . Do they realize the mental torment, the torture, the fear that they produce .... Ever closer they come . . . with those sinister flat inscrutahle faces . . . Is there no way of avoiding The terrible results that only they can lead to? No . . . we must he resigned to our fate . . . our horrible fate . . . I can see now that there is no way to stop the approach . . . ofthe enemy ofthe little blue books .... 7 Q , 5 It f. TY WH! WNUHUTMQ Qi, 0.9,-32" lv, ' ' 15' ' c A .. K I fag h . ' IJ' , - ,Rf jigs!! 252:30 -:I-.1 F 556 bl .- . o o X 'N 'P t, , " Q- N E i 0' 505' X ,slr 'LM L .. ,. f , 2 5 'T fi df Q 'LZ QMS Warmh E 3X YlfLc1.+55 Wli' On ., Jfmvuc VXQY-4 39'-LLJ' O Of, r C P . ILL' IWW MLW A . 1 PA '- 0-!fU4A0f if 7Z,1c20 x 10 WS 3 Li... ...W-..,, y MAD MENDACITIES AYLYVARD Ambition: I don'1 have one - I'm too tired. Secret Ambition: To have a French HCCCHL iflde' pendent individuality, na certain kind of per- son." Pet Peeve: Minute steaks, reginientation, tests before vacation. What I admire most: People who are like me. BARRY Ambition: To have one. Secret Ambition: To be wanted. Pet Peeve: Oppressive burdens on my Highty soul. What I admire most: Santa Claus and the Littlest Angel. BAYLOCK Ambition: To live life as find it. Secret Ambition: To live in a hut in France. Pet Peeve: Pseudo-people" What I admire most: Real patience. BOGARDUSI Ambition: To live as mucli as possible. l Secret Ambition: To become an ardent believer in Cao-Daism. Pet Peeve: Too many and all too small. BROMLEY Ambition: To read all six volumes of Churchill's The Second World War. Secret Ambition: To have a full tank of gas - just once. Pet Peeve: Walking home. What I admire most: People with a photographic memory. BRUNELL Ambition: To see life steadily and to see it whole, Secret Ambition: To be Leonard Bernstein's as- sistant. Pet Peeve: Prefects who eat plastic salad dishes. What I admire most: The Organization Man. BUEK Ambition: To be a Clairol blonde. Secret Ambition: To eat more in less time. Pet Peeve: The last 100 words in a theme. What I admire most: One Hoor dorms. CARTER Ambition: Pediatric or surgical nursing. Secret Ambition: Someone to be here all the time and to wash my socks. CLOSE Ambition: To attain a reasonable degree of indi- viduality and ambition. Secret Ambition: To do what I want to do when and where I want to do it. Pet Peeve: Pseudos, photographers, pussyfooters, and preppies. What I admire most: Self-discipline. COMSTOCK Ambition: To own my own clothing shop near MacDuffie. Secret Ambition: To go to school for one year and not gain weightg to travel in Europe for a year. Pet Peeve: People who use the word Blob wrong. What I admire most: People who can keep l?b a secret. DILK Ambition: To travel. Secret Ambition: To meet ufoaet it." Pet Peeve: Rector and Baylock. What I admire most: Brains. DION Ambition: To teach. Secret Ambition: To be able to spend all the time I want practicing the piano and to become eventually a concert pianist. Pet Peeve: Insincerity. What I admire most: Unsellishness. DONNIS Ambition: To get my doctorate in medicine at the Harvard Medical School. Secret Ambition: To be a sophisticated beatnik. Pet Peeve: Obnoxious people. What I admire mostz: A sense of responsibility. DOWNEY Ambition: To find the time and energy for both a family and a career. Secret Ambition: To be an olympic skiier: to be a missionary: to learn to twist. Pet Peeve: Alarm clocks, infrequent letters. What I admire most: Organ player on the Lawrence Welk show. DOYLE Ambition: To be a brilliant teacher. Secret Ambition: To be a brilliant amateur actress. Pet Peeve: People who ask me when I'm going to cut my hair. What I admire most: Aliveness. FEINBERG Ambition: To be able to go on a diet without saying "I'1l start tomorrow." Secret Ambition: To send my grandchildren to Maclfiuffie. Pet Peeve: People. What I admire most: People who can work on a college application for more than two minutes at a time without getting spasdic. FITZGERALD Ambition: To have long blonde hair. Secret Ambition: To have a bright red coat. Pet Peeve: Filling out questionnaires, What I admire most: Miss S. GEDDES Ambition: To have five red-haired boys. Secret Ambition: You said secret so if I told you it wouldn't be. Pet Peeve: My temper and people who Call me Red or Carrot-Top. What I admire most: People who can be pleasant anytime and to anyone without being superficial or false. GIORDANO Ambition: To speak French, Italian, Spanish and German fluently. Secret Ambition: To marry a European millionaire. Pet Peeve: Rats, lice, and History. What I admire most: An intellectual who is not a snob. COLDBAND Ambition: To bc a nurse. Secret Ambition: To be a "Knight." Pet Peeve: Homework, marks and quiet car pools. What I admire most: A true friend. GOOSSEN Ambition: To he happy. Secret Ambition: To have a first name someone has heard oi. Pet Peeve: Blind dates at prep school dances. What I admire most: Organization. GORDON Ambition: C. P.A. SecretAn1bition: To get a charlie-horse. Pet Peeve: People who do their homework. What I admire most: People with curly hair. GOVE Ambition: Biochemist. Secret ambition: Waterskiier. Pet Peeve: Poor sports. What I admire most: A sense of humor. GRAMSE Ambition: To know what I want to do, and to be good. Secret Ambition: To put my foot down without squashing my tongue. Pet Peeve: Monday morning. What I admire most: Perseverence and true, true friends. GUILD Ambition: To lead a meaningful life. Secret Ambition: To marry a test pilot. Pet Peeve: My blush, Wednesdays, Friday night meals. What I admire most: People who can talk their way out of anything. HAHN Ambition: To discover my goal in life and obtain it. Secret Ambition: To walk down the aisle three times in my life: twice wearing a white gown and once wearing a cap and gown. Pet Peeve: My own procrastination and impatience, and French oral talks. What I admire most: A person with patience. HAMMOND Ambition: To become a ski burn and part time grade crossing tender in Italy. Secret Ambition: To ride an elevator in Rome. Pet Peeve: Price quoters, phonics, Fords, people who always get where they're going on time! HANSON Ambition: Life, liberty and the pursuit of happi- ness. Secret Ambition: To have happiness pursue me. Pet Peeve: People who donlt laugh at my puns. What I admire most: People who do. HARDIN G Ambition: To be an artist. Secret Ambition: To get that certain permission. Pet Peeve: A certain green 1954 -Dodge. What I admire most: Details. HISCOX Ambition: To be an interior decorator. Secret Ambition: To have fourteen children and to be a thorn on a tree. Pet Peeve: Dick, people with post natal drip. What I admire most: Seniors who can smile. HOPKINS Ambition: To do something Ngreatv, to hitchhike across the country. Secret Ambition: To be as old as my classmates. Pet Peeve: Duty, the typical "prep." What I admire moat: Sincere people, good workers, people who take life calmly. MAD MENDACITIES IO Ambition: Tu bt- a mathematician. Secret Ambition: 'Vo bm: thc greatest mathematician that ever lived. Pet Peeve: l.ay4la-noe, a, um: Whitus, a, um, Wyt-kofius, a um: a Vermont accent: people with high I.Q.'s and good study habits. Wllal I admire most: Self-discipline. STROM Ambition: To be a nurse in a f,'l1llflI'CfllS hospital or on the Hope. Secret Ambition: To have a house with 6 'iWalls." Pet Peeve: Having to write short concise para- graphs on why I want to go to college. What I admire most: People who have trust and faith in mankind. KAUFMAN N Ambition: To have complete command of the French language. Secret Ambition: But if I told . . . Pet Peeve: Indifference. What I admire most: Miss Arnaudet's patience and Miss Heald's wit. KOPP Ambition: A research scientist. Secret Ambition: To travel around the world. Pet Peeve: People who are organized. What I admire most: Honesty. LAYD EN Ambition: To be an R. N. Secret Ambition: To marry a country doctor and live in a snow covered A frame in Vermont. Pet Peeve: People who talk to me while I am trying to study: Hutcheonus-a-um: Whiteus-a- um, Wyckoffus-a-um, good English: back seat drivers. What I admire most: Self-control. LINDQUIST Ambition: To understand peoplels motives. Secret Ambition: To be able to finish all un- answered letters. Pet Peeve: Hypochondriacs, closed windows. What I admire most: Originality, organization. LIPSETT Ambition: Medical technology. Secret Ambition: To go on a weekend and stay there. Pet Peeve: No mail on Sunday, loud clocks. What I admire most: Honesty, sincerity. MACE Ambition: To spend an annual vacation at the Galopagos resort beach and stuil a bat. Secret Ambition: To ski in the Hymalayas. Pet Peeve: Not Ending mastodons and penguins eggs, not being able to outrun an ostrich, and people who think I'm a little oil my rocker. What I admire most: Hootzins and people who can appropriate money for jungle trips. MAGRIEL Ambition: To study in Europe. Secret Ambition: To marry a millionaire and own a penthouse in N. Y., an apartment in Paris, a chalet in Switzerland, and a Villa in Rome. Pet Peeve: What I admire most: People who can speak more than one language. MALLARD Ambition: To become a Math teacher. Secret Ambition: To move to Colorado. Pet Peeve: Affectatious people, car pools, and French dictees. What I admire most: Girls who look well in straight hair. .....L..........s.,am.-m wmunnummuunnnm ,. - I I - -v -- - -- 1 MAD MENDACITIES MALLIS Ambition: To be at journalist. Secret Ambition: To catch Bunny Donnis putting garbage in the wastebasket. Pet Peeve: Carol Burnett. What I admire most: People who are organize-d. MARTIN Ambition: To write well. Secret Ambition: To go West with an Eastman. Pet Peeve: My "mouse-y" hair: our argumentative better-late-than-never carpool. What I admire most: The intellectual but fem- inine women. MASON Ambition: To be that. 'Lcertain kind of girl." Secret Ambitiong T0 know the true excitement of being good. Pet Peeve: People who tell me I'm fat: people who steal my ideas. What I admire most: Character. MATHIS Ambition: To teach ancient history to a class of bo s. Secret lAmbition: To race a GM. car in the Grand Prix with pierced ears. Pet Peeve: Holding the rank of corporal while my sisters hold the ranks of colonel and general respectively. What I admire most: B. B. M. MEYER Ambition: To be a nurse. Secret Ambition: To live in Switzerland, Pet Peeve: Diets and autobiographies. What I admire most: Big closets and people who can do Mape-jumps." MORSE Ambition: To be a buyer for a department store. Secret Ambition: To raise 4'Lambs." Pet Peeve: The expression I'The same diilerencr-J." What I admire most: People who can get honor marks in English and American History. NEWMARK Ambition: To do cancer research. Secret Ambition: To live in Switzerland. Pet Peeve: Being tied down to a carpool. What I admire most: People who are considerate of others, truthfulness in people. NIMS Ambition: To do my best in whatever I decide to do, build a strong character, read everything. Secret Ambition: To marry a Cape Cod fisherman and live forever by the sca - anything else is censored. Pet Peeve: Conformity, college applications, ob- jective knowledge. What I admire most: True individuality and knowledge, love, good fun. OLCOTT Ambition: To be a scientist. Secret Ambition: To go under the North Pole in a submarine. Pet Peeve: Fussy people: wasting time. What I admire most: Cood sportsmanship. O,MALLEY Ambition: To have an ambition. Bev-iw-1 Ambition: 'lin bf at ski bum in Europe. IW-r ljwwv-: The dit-is that F run never stay on. W ,"' lm Q info-iw mr-st: People who are able to tw their 4"- unfiftioixs. PAGOS Ambition: To sail on the "new ocean." Secret Ambition: To fix the lights on Broadway. Pet Peeve: Le bourgeois gentilhomme, heavy trucks on Central St., people who stall in doorways. What I admire most: The sense of humor in I. K. F. and .I. H. G. PARLIN Ambition: To find a definite goal in life and to follow it through. Secret Ambition: To paint a sunset in oils and to write great poetry. Pet Peeve: Rewarmed coffee, being late, and people who strive to create false impressions. What I admire most: Individualism that contributes to the welfare of society. PILBLAD Ambition: To gain some weight. Secret Ambition: To be able to take my shoes off at a MacDuHie Dance. Pet Peeve: People who think they know every- thing, beatniks, people who open windows at night. What I admire most: People who will admit they are wrong when they are. RAF F ELD Ambition: To have an ambition. Secret Ambition: My secrets are my own. Pet Peeve: People. What I admire most: Intelligence. Racroa Ambition: To teach school, to help, perhaps only one person, to be that 'hcertain kind of person." Secret Ambition: My ambition's no secret! Pet Peeve: Hypocrisy, "screaming women." What I admire most: Patience. RHOADS Ambition: To teach History. Secret Ambition: To win out in a dispute with Miss Heald. Pet Peeve: People who don't know what they're talking about. What I admire most: Straight forwardness. RINGE Ambition: To become at least good in some phase of art. Secret Ambition: To get a portable ice-machine for Milne. ' Pet Peeve: Steak-killers, stop lights, one way streets, cats. What I admire most: People who can spell cor- rectly. L. RITCHIE Ambition: To teach second grade. Secret Ambition: To attend Princeton classes. Pet Peeve: "Yalies", no money. What I admire most: Sincerity, personality. S. RITCHIE Ambition: To achieve the highest that is in myself in order to help others. Secret Ambition: To be an angel in the Eager Heart chorus. Pet Peeve: People with big lunches. What I admire most: The kind-heartedness and generosity of my Father. RUSSELL Ambition: To work and understand people. Secret Ambition: To Cohere Miss Yeranian's dic- ISGS: I0 keep my fingernails long. Pet Peeve: People who get a letter every day, having to wear boots. What I adniire most: A true friend. mm Um ff' -A JS? K I ,,,.f 0,gJjowQ4fLZZj ,Eddy If '1 CU 606 flIQiggp4?Z 1646157 GLW Md? .., MLLLZJQXLLWYA fc af 27 +76 455 75 V72 1 Springtime . . . On this warm and sunny spring day . . . as the bees begin to hum . . . I feel so very very gay . l want to spread my imaginary wings and fly . . . close to the sun absorbing its tender Warmth . . . Through the air I'd fly . . . the crisp bright spring air . . . Iwant to run through the dewy green fields, to caress each budding Hower . . . to dip and sway with the gliding swallows . . . Do you ever feel this way? . . . Do you share my dreams and aspirations? . . . Well then . . . will you at least open study hall window Constance A. Sullivan .I J 18. But the weather IHHI1 Dromised i"'P.9Qgg11j1gZ-f,,, ,L '3fbF:f"' ,ff fs- L.-fir 'lf 173: -:'f55!iff'!E I -Y: .V .. .Q , '1'?:.+ 51:11-Ziff-ff .gxz--5,11 ' - ' .ff '-in-ij 7:1-Q-2' IJ EEg,,,, ,. , , . f fd., 1415, A . . .. 25. ,lust relaxing in the sun. 19. BABY PICTURE f 41 I I in . , I V, " ,Ffa I , f' ,ff I. 4' ,. 1 4 , ah' . H! . ' - V . af .24-idlfsh ,ti '1 - -51. I , ' X5 ' 9 fm ' , ?'m.5 ! lb .Ty 1, , l 1 J 21. Who said this woiilcl , wiv. if -L-A-."ff'f ' I W 20. Nobody pushes me around make fi EUC!! boat? Q H kllkgff . . . 'cept you! ..,,. , A I f ff S' , 1' I, ' I f ' f Are you really a Frenchman? ,a 0 I L 1 , I , a f ff V, ' ff 45 X ff H , f T7 , U' Q- A E372 5551 -iff 22. Show me a5,.a , ' f-f f 53' W 1 the way to go home . . . from North Hampton? 1,51 'Wig - -we-ff, ff 23. What do you mean . . . , X fgfvfw, , ff "I", A ' 1- 411, Atafa f f What's in the bottle? fl yf 21:14 AW, xiii Y 5 iff? fn. 1 I f 4' I I xl I I I X ff ," , , f 1 I I 7, 7, ff! I f 1 X 14 0 f I Qing? ',,'2i.':? 24. At last I feel clean! 27. Ride m cowboy! 26. If I say its a dog . . .it's a dog. . ' 7 E 34, ,. , ,. . 4 y WV ,4 ' jf. p-, --21,4fm.1is4'f,f ' ya ..,f- ,4-, Q my , .-I 1.51.43 1 A, .4 .5..,,hfZ:,q,Z. 2254, . A Vx ' 4' - -4 I I I ,Y 0, 1 K f A 7 I r , X f ff W7 'rv ' -, . cl 28. I can think of nothin I'd , , -., 'Q-' rather do handsomeg 31. I expect better accommodations 'g3.3jj .'f'f! ' H ' at college. , , ' W" - ' f Wfem .f , - fl? "1 13935421 1 , -' . 1- .ff :wi f , 47 , f Z , If f ' f 4 35. 29. Before I start , . . tell me, what's a push-up? L ' ., ' wa., 7 'f'-. .,v, . II , ,, -. 'f ' Z 1145. A -- fl I S...-an ff! ' , , Q- A pg. v 30. Oh when will it snow . I've been 'waiting for month ww ' fL:.,g2"g, A ,qw , f aff, 4 'Qi ,. , iff 2 A ,f ' 7.45-13' ' nj ! .. 'fd ' - ' . 4 fa:-Z . .1 , .3 5 7 3T'i?'1?2if' 5 21 A . 1, ,,,, . ' ff ,, ., ,,,, ., 32. Eloise at a pensive moment. 33. H ,I ' 'I " ' - . lillgiliqis Eslxlesfll e 34" Are you for real? 38. jYes . . . and I shoveled Hey mom . . . turn me over ll all by myself. . . . I'm cooked on the side! 1. Igive up! naw, . , f.. fy 1. 31 A"' K' " X ' ' if ' ' I if ' mf'-'T 1 595421 Q . I. , I A A x 4 ff 'ff f .:f..1. 1' .cp . 5, 1 Www f anm41...z.E9e:41iym! 'Y -I. ' lr 5 4 1- 1 XX . . -,.., f -I - f BABY PICTURES , Mm I ,, 1 f A 4 5 ' .. 3 M A 1' 'W My 1 . . 1 ' I 3. :lf 1.1 I, ' J, al. 12 13- 5.6.3 w -if 4 I f .1 Lk 37,1 2 4 , 51 3. K'At last . . . l've found the lost chord!" ...V i 4, 2 v . 2. "And they said this was lor children? ?" .4 X fff X Zfjf"f7 V f V . f,,,.e5.ff.,-' V I , f 1 P f f , J ff ,Y f 2 2 ' ffff f 'f , f ' ff ' W 1 f L 1 f f .I l l fllfzfwf 52:5 ' f '19 ' gy.: M, - . f. 4. Did you say I was refused! "' I ff ' ' ,Y H, I V ' -.faf7,,., fc -1" I "' I ' Q, fwea 4, w .V ., A , M' 'V 74' . 7' I ' IQ ff! f , 5 B W A " If 'vi-5. . X: f',f,'f2. "if I . . I 34- 45, 4 f.,'. g': pigs wr f vfffgf Z 5"'44mu?l . .H . nf L fe- 4f2::f",4v4 Z 'Y J, ,gqiuf '17 lZg3Q.j7i::'65z3., . jg. 1-fffp m, f "ff ll , f. fr. ,4 f A-.ff ,.,,.. f.- f .,., if ZT'Q.,:,ra1Qa 9. One more word . . . 'n pow! 8. You take me home or 1 - gi. W I.. :fjfg-::.::.f 4 Y .. b - om.,-.g'f 5 5 lvgg fifl . 1'11cal1a cab. ' 3 . 'ga ' ' " .ig--'5' .-2 ,inf 5. Now . . .what did she .V V ' -- ' I ' ' Say IO do with Hi' 6. 1 thought I asked you 3 ' not to fence me in. ' -if " I ' .- A ' " . f f f - -- 7 21 45.1. v',' 1, - , . . 395791 'ss' ' 'I . are H . z ,eiw ,f , . , L f -A'- ,- . X, if 3.1 . , , . . , ' f f' 5 1 ., X pw l ,, 5. I ' 'W' - 10. I don L know lf I really f?7Zv2w, I ' 5' I J' 759' , f-fy., ' . I -' . like him . . . but t' 'll I 11 jj I ,in fyylyy 2 , y s ,X me W1 e nga.-I 'lll A i I 'I f I ' ' . . . '?'4w'.f, " " 7' Wiiz I - in ' ..... '. 11. Oh dear! My perents I m not L00 . are h0fHC CHFIY- 10 play with 12. Cut it out, M1'. Johnson. 1 ' 5, it kan ' 1 4 IJ if lil! 4 at s 746.1 -wi. ..-w 4- I: fi v .1 il 31.5. Q. IM, ..-Q nag ,.:.'..ff:4.- V is J. i-1' sis .X Q f-Q44-,. - 1: Q fs. ,-' N rn, P4. 5 Njff 15' ,..5.1gg,. mf'-if .Q 4 I ' ', My -gms,-f we 1-4 -1. Qi .:1g.m- N' I-rf f . film 'Q-Q. . f-23-,.w.v--.x.h W. - 1 A KZ.. ffsS?.a'g.ff1..w. J 1 iw xi, fr. Q x ,,-.I .....2""2'!8V g.,.... .AM X 'ffmii IFJ 1 IIS. Donll yoli Lhilil-1 I rn the sfm1'lsri1'1qf,-f ' 1 'mf- 14. Hey mom, come see " -iss . ' the frogs. r-il 1.- 5 , Av , , ,.,,,,,,,,....,--.'-f' "ii-WY'73'3f'5'g' 'W 16. And then what happened , , to Goldylocks? ' P :in l ri ldfly have mv lulvuoy? -.,,.H-.,.., . ...?' 1 I , .- N .N X if D N J K, . '- A . -- W i 'mug A I lv V A 17. Why sure honey . . . I'm from the South . . . Southern Vermon l . l V' .-TQ' BABY l PICTURES . T - .:.2?' -, 3' " . . . V - tw -5 NC ,, 4 Q fsirvgy, , , -1 ' gd - ' f M I " Andi 'X "'5. . ' .A ' , .Ai:", :Y ,fe . I g g. rgfwliz-, 5-Sv, I f . , - I . . at S me 5 ff . , . ,e ' .SPX . . 2 I' I 'H . A . . . I, Q t ' . , 5 ., , - ' 60. A e A' 1 1 WW I Q . ,, f., gm-,, 1 'ff z Was., ff- f f 09" QQ, " Maybe next year I'1l get skis. X amd., 61. I'll say I'm pretty. "' .R 62. You mean I win? 7 57. My wl1ut's slipping? 58. "WINE says I llzimive an inferiority comp ex towar some sports? ' , Q ,,,, , - , , I ,hai .., I 'ff7'f:71f " " ' ., ffl' f wif' 415,54 041123 In 5 Il A I xx , - Q , J a J bgemw . , 1 ' J. .QQ ,.f,.'. 1 ' , A 1 ,, ,,' I f ,, ' - e V -, f ',-f. cf I on 4 . ' ' ' " 68. Hello doll. rw 'f s ,g,7,, ' 64. Thats moe but . . , 66. This IS just ducky. y ,V -A., f ' , ,,, Q. ' 751, u , ' . ,g U4 7 H f Secretary of which 5tate?? CC Q, C-iw X 4,,,.,.L,g,.,,'., Mfg. M' ' ' A' " grzl'-.. ' f'-, ',f27"55"1?. "1IfG':1'L'-122 U 'f4L1 fl afpui' X" "5 Q 9 'fi ,H,+7f '. 'f ' ff ' fa uv 'I-Q ,Q 69. Oh . . . I d0n't know . . . , f ' ' whatls the most expensive? " f"""lE5 I f," ,Q - JW Wag, " u p 4 . , .,f2-gi. . -,ef 1,5 :, ' 4' .- .Hf1!41" ..1!::.:'1'- 'J . 'I , ,wr ,nf-2 ' ,qmwzw .7-M., n 0' f f 1, - . fi 'fasiezv 'nfwiz . V 4- iwif f 71 ,. ef -1-Y ' r - . fe . .wee -A ,""5fJ' ,," .ff ' ,K an ' s1f?"q'1i,-11f',i5- 'gf ,gli"?i?:2::fIZfZfil3.'-Effj , , , f 'Exif gy' ff' ' 6 4... fffwe- 'e524,.sQ2:gc.4mg,g.,:,f 1, ..,,- 1, ., 'v I' .A ,9 70, Look mom . . . both hands. 63 There really is an Easter Bunny. 65. I'm like a pillar . . . of MacDutIie's. 67. Bu t Mis5.Wellington . I caxft. ' Vff...."Nl11'lI . 4 . - f- , f ' A 2.551 .,:3,,wJ ff, I .'.f , 'I ' 1., , , . ' 1 'QQ 51 .-4,f'ff:'.Mfi' - f' ' ' , -' ff ,. ' 1 .7 4 -P .. I t'e' ' , . f . '. f' 'KW-, fd :ff'E1if '.y.'. :ev . W! ' .1, '. I 1 : ' ,L " M ff gf, , . f ' is FD' if , ' 1 6,4 ff" 7 5" I ,-V139 J .. -7- ' . ., f . Q ,lap,.,.,, .,,, 9- , V . r , , . ' 1: :fr-32.2.7572 ",,:Q.l Q, ff! I 511.4-1 4 'f,, .1 .2 ..:. 5 , 1 ,L Ae. . vw. P" 1 Wiyml ,fqggm . ef' fi' Zi: I ..cu.'1,.. .f....f.. A-.agp 4, . 1 , Z 73. It s true , . . the -I+ we we - 71. You think this is suave . . . you should see my bikini. 72. Dining out rea my spirits. lly lifts all write me. Y 74. ' Oh no . . . not at 8. I t ld them ' . 75. At least I won'L blow away. f7E:i44:1z'.:f 4:5-f' " , ' 1-?:1:,e1:, f ff ff K f f 1 , X Q' 01,757 ! I X X X fm., J ' . 2'i75IfLf,3.5 f eff f ' ffm .fe fegg f ,.v5E?'? - ,flu .. '- .- Wff , f, my ,gf ,Hg f. I 1' -..' . Q ,' 5-.fig 7-.L'?eZz1,ffW4,f 12.53.19 'ff .1 ."-U3'2.- -I LMZLZQZQZ' 76. Smile . . . it makes people V, ,,,:,.W.4. . ,, ., . 14231?1'a , ' ' I I J 9 , , I .ff f ' , X for ary! 4.!i?, A 9 , 1 X! ff 77. Are you all uying to turn my head? wonder what you've been up to. - I 1 boarding school they didnsl bring enough chairs. Q -q , 4 79. Ilm the one on the left! 4 f A 51. You'd think it was V I 1 i 'i 'N l - s R ,, 41. 46. 53. I've got the rabbit hahit. . 1 .,,..-,.-..--.. .- . - .A Us,-fn.-' - ' PICTURES that 40. Why don't they leave " me alone. Q fi- , 59' If - " , 1 A, f 'wi if t ' ,K . ,',v.q,gg , ,ix -Anim-wg.-4,2-Q muff ' ,if:2.VY.:f,t,-11" -' -"'t- - I ii: 'L 5.-Fi:.mVi. ,,-V, H1214 .A W " ' V ' V .Q -fvy V fin,-wfmat .nfl V . Qnyf X? 1. I '- E EE?" M474 4 ffl? . 'A " " .L .s wwi vim 2 V fe' PC ' -:fri af: 'W 4 f ' 1:4'A3'!1If-,.-1'l:' 1 -f"""-'1.,,!.. V , .YW 1 I 'Ev ef 'L 37.111, gf' ' . 442 3?5""'2. EJ 112 Vsnffii. .' " ,531 lfig .fy l- ' 4 A 'A"5.f-,-7555.5 if ,, 7 554: V , gf . Y -:Y V V . ' ' ' Q'f i'f5ZI'5.es,' ' I 95? . 1 ... ' ',V 55- ,,, - ,A Q 4 ' ug :ffV" tz T4 law ' w i? "Qi, 2, -if ,V.-x f.lZ?5 ,,,V Q V f L, . . f. K ,Wy .',,,4.5.ji gfgjQ Z 1 7 1251: . ' 39. I think I like '24 ... .ft ' " " one over there. Vw H' o- - ' .rfftw "" :Q-V:V. .jfgwfy H' ' , 1-fr! .V,f-.iw-f... ff,f1 L, .,, 1- 1-V.. 1 . 4: , ,ny- V-V. ff-.MG '1.:17:j. 3-'gf,lf.,. .' .4 f ' ' , , " V- 'Ga'-Va'H.Vi'1' .- -4 . 57. "But darling . . . doesn't V' 36 But mom Georve did everyone get 800,S?,, ft 'M . . . . D 3 V .. I H V, and look where he got. 2 -' ? fr . ., o L' V' , '.,f,'fh- '- 1 2-11,5 4 1 V , ' Z5:f4:,".Evf" - I ,f ' f ff 1 if I 4 If fn , 'f ' 1 I f , f 1 if ? H ,::gg7,v7 ,, ,f .,, scifi . A w55Q, ,..h1'4i Zowy . . . he took the b1g My i ' Jump and made 42. I f ,,, ff xx In 1 f 1 D I I 2 Q7 fl f 9 we-51? ' 2f,V ,"4f f ' f 1 1, j f I I X .LV Vl j 1 The budding aesthete. " l f , f ' ff mV, 1? I? 9 , ,,f ,.VV'z ' it vi 4 A, . 1-...,V , . , , f - 2V - , JV H ' 5? ff? , .?,,,l,fVZl 7 , ,V my 12 , gm , ,'g4.aVy'y ' ' ,M ,- Qlff, ' ,L Ha Q , .1 . You think this is cute ... . you should see her now! 43. 1, f gyfgiliii L VV7':1.f .. .V f 5 f f 1 ff? , 32, f X 4" '23 4 6- , Q 1 f 'f Q! f 6 ' X 41 f f f Q f f ,f f , if , 5 , 44. ' '7 fi X5."Yf.V I: 449. .Q if 2: ' V.-.,.,,x.V,.,.c:: N1 Excuse me sir . . . Could I have a pillow? ' I 1 im - tw.: ' ,gn-v,'ii 'Vagijf w V - .. .V V,52q.5:Q.g.14V:-1 ' : .gf A .,:a4.'-f ff ,mp-. ... .V V Wm , 1 12.1 Tig, I I fy , I I I I I, 1 f ' ws ' 'A f f ff f 1 4 1 ! f f ' I f I 6 f V ,yf L ' 1 X ' I dx-ij' Zgiitijdcglfv f21lVi5:ff'I' ,,.1Ef' VF .ffy1:V3f5Zf:1.,.f ' " ,a " 'Yw6Z:ijf:"i "il: A I 48. oh, I was just looking! 49- Blif will all this sand fit? mf" .,,t,,f. t 2 45. I know . . HTC SVCD S . but the skirts horter in Europe! 35-5331? ff' '.,,iQ4 vo., V . iv f-'im lv . .1 mv-V I w .M . , . -Ki: we v ""' 'ffff . tI.t .V . 4f'w2f,g:. . , . VV K, , 47. Oli WllE1'ElS m Lknwhth " ,, y 4 , . . D Q 4 v1 V 17 the slilnlnguarmourf' ' '1 V' ' -.. '., ' 3, , A ' . D 4 in 50. Oh hut mom . . . I kno he's a pedigree! ' L' me - V 'sau 54. Purilans . . . what Pu . . . I Iounfl this rock. rilans? 'Y , 1, , W! W af, 12.5222 A., ' ., " ,a f , ' ' ' gfn . f ..F'.Q.45f:,f ff f. .. 57 Z- 71" -"f"bfigzf? 1f'3't 55.1 :MI V-.1,g,1,ffVy jf. AV , .gi l ' 15? Vi-if , V- Q, at , - 'E ,gf QWWP lfvizw 55- ' ,7:'f4' 5' ' if-:niet 'fiat ' ,',J.l.bi..f 4 f 416995 QW V Ji. l"' ...... , 59. G-feat! I 1 1 . 11-I' ff I 1. -fs, 'fi zl L-1 LZ.. My turn's n I cxl. 8. COIIVCIIC. f V 2 . ... t 1.1. Q., 1 Q ,L , ' . . 452 71 V I 52. Who, me? Q3-I RL in . 'lgfgm p M- , . ' .Q 2" .Q I Y s " 1 L- X uw! l v Xu -4 Q F3 V l P 4 n ! 4 I .IU ,f I 7 , v, f gg fa ff 1 f 5, IZ ' A 4,1 54 ' V hh 4 IN , 1 Y as ku f 5 I I X , 'H Li ' 1 , .W -V -Vs 53-4. .V ' 1. .+ , v 4 t fi 4,51 1.13 . , .... gl it 4 cv 9' ? ,,s ...Q j cgk , X ' x .A 5 X . 2, 1 .1 x 4 5, 0 . . as. Q .t . ,xx s Y I 0 . 3 0 . V ,. ,V 1 -1.1-Q4 .,!:1- ,.L ' f I 56 Ijust love a 55. What do you mean Swmgmg mme' it's summer? .Q .f- ii .L UNUUUQLVXE ENN .:,:" Q ""' N ,, Fx gf J 930 'DME QLLKCE. NBUME ULU5 OF E542-lf BABY PICTURES KEY Marie Mallard Sheridan Harding Jane Scheckter Gaylin Gramse Susan Aylward Judith Downey Marion Hiscox Nancy Donnis Maryanna Smith Laurie Scott Mary Ann Shattuck Lois Newmark Mary Mallis Janet Lindquist Susan Ritchie Christina Hanson Marcia Layden Ann Vail Valentine Doyle Charlene Pilblad Chloe Goosisen Gay Gordon Janice Jostrom Barbara Smolian Joan Raifeld Jaqueline Rector Bettina Geddes Roxane Close Marion Steele Pamela Lipsett Virginia Guild Linda Barry Sharon Smith Christite Nims Donna Hahn Doris Gove Lynne Meyer Alison Brunell Maryann Kaufmann Caroline Russell Maril O'Malley Janet Bogardus Janet Visconti Barbara Fitzgerald Laurie Magriel Beverly Morse Resa Goldband Elizabeth Ritchie Patricia Olcott Donna Hammond Susan Dilk Carolyn Parlin Terry White Amy Feinberg Jacqueline Bromley Marianne Pagos Carol Martin Ann Mason Kathryn Stein Evelyn Carter Constance Sullivan Tina Mathis Barbara Wyckoff Constance Hopkins Claire Washburn Ann Buck Nancy Dion Janet Rhoatds Linda Sagers Jane Thomee Pamela Hutcheon Phebe Mace Marcia Baylock Barbara Comstock Rita Giordano Mary Ann Kopp Penelope Sleketee Catherine Hinge Kristine Zethren FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: D. Labuz, E. Meade, J. Perry, K. Earnshaw, C. Gilbert, S. Dion, M. Evans, L. Pen- dola, P. Suboter, A. Wilder, G. Schwarz. Second Row: J. Wallace, C. Dellecese, N. McEwen, P. Sagalyn, R. Finnell, E. Fuller, S. Shepro, J. Polansky, L. Wernick, D. Deitz, S. Fitzgerald, L. Burbank, P. Ferris. Third Row: K. Kopp, J. Baab, L. French, D. Bulkley, E. Peterson, L. Curtis, D. Boatwright, A. Collyer, K. Albani, E. Carroll, M. Hannifin, E. Evans. Fourth Row: R. Beach, N. Schwarz, C. Smith, L. Houston, K. Baab, A. Sagalyn, M. Antonides, L. Hillert. Thirty-four new pupils have come to MacDulhe this year as Freshmen. They are as follows: Mary-Margaret Ahrens, Kathleen Albani, Mary Antomides, Judith and Karen Baab, Robin Beach, Dorsey Boatwright, Leona Burbank, Elizabeth Carroll, Linda Cur- tiss, Katherine Earnshaw, Elizabeth Evans, Melissa Evans, Pamela Ferris, Linda French, Cynthia Gilbert, Mary Hannifan, Lorilee Houston, Linda James, Kathryn Kapp, Deb- orah Labuz, Holly Lippman, Macy McEwen, Emily Meade, Elaine Peterson, Jan Pol- ansky, Ann Sagalyn, Nedra Schwarz, Susan Shepro, Cynthia Smith, ,lean Taylor, Janet Wallace, Anne Wilder, and Nancy Williams. The students elected 'Susan Dion as class president, Holly Lippman as vice-presi- dent, Melissa Evans as secretary, and Cynthia Gilbert as treasurer. Leona Burbank represents the class in the A. A., Linda Curtiss, for the day-hops and Anne Collyer, for the boarders represent in the Student Council. 'rx JUNIOR SCHOOL First Row: M. Zoladz, L. Levine, M. Ferris, C. Ellis, J. Rockefeller, M. Steele, S. Holland, M. Tolerton, A.- McEwen, D. Sexton. Second Row: V. Tucker, A. Woodworth, M. L. Neff, M. Feeney, J. lsenburg, D. Moore, S. Blake, K. Paige, E. Steele, M. McClean. Third Row: S. Feeney, R. Whitaker, D. Bridgman, S. Gaudrault, S. Waugh, E. Williams, D. Mathis. The MacDulhe School was very pleased to welcome twenty-four new members in the Junior School this fall. New students in the seventh grade were as follows. Donna Bridgman, Carolyn Ellis, Susan Feeney, Michele Ferris, Susan Holland, Joanne lsen- burg, Linda Levine, Diana Michaels, Mary Louise Neff, Mary Elizabeth Tolerton, Virginia Tucker, Emily Williams, Rani Whitaker,'Ann Woodworth and Mary Francis Zoladz. The new eighth graders were Margaret McClea11, Joan Collyer, Marianne Feeney, Nancy Folk, Karen Hardeman, Daria Mathis, June Rockefeller, Deborah Sexton and Ellen Steele. The Class President is Martha Steele, the Vice-President is Diana Michaels, and the Secretary is Susan Holland. f A 1 -M-1-.ya-.-L 7- t , .IUNICDR CLASS v . l ' .gf " A, ' :Ely if .- , E: I' if 2 if "G V: I' 57th , , X, ' . . VIVV V. 1 N ' A 156.55-9'1il E35 1 I Y .-A - I - I . - ,V rib Z ami !x , 53 ,tif -71 V- JN, X JZ' SNR 'A it Q. Q li 9 -f """ ' A A r-f 4 'K' '51 elf-1225 l f - ,I ', . . '-' 4 A, ,- . 1 1 'A ji? fi.":.f3,'f, Vffg ,v"A : AV,A Q12 4 :aQg,4j15,.r L A Q. ' 2, 1. gf, 1! ,gif 7,51 ,gf11,,1 s ' ' Q 'il 1 5' li X. ' v 'ligfritii 039' 6 A'AA i'f11fV'?? , f " , 1 I - 4 li" J' f f 275 9 ' 43458. N XZ. ' "' it y 7 f Q -ll! i.'CA,5, ?Z,:f.ffl-. , ".' If," i f . -li " VY? J 1 'Q' X' iff .Sf f?fif 1 f ' e. . Q ' ' ' ' P . A,.A' 12 I AAV' A " J' 1 Q fr V . "5 ' .- A . J W A .if , Q i jvffif yf? - g, ' J ' A V ' f f I a , 15:2-fin f"', ,"Ff:f'y:?,g1L''5.,:i'221s'.f.- 'v2,1:71'r'fff' "" 'fag I - -if ' '. , '- l" f24"V " 1795 'i ."f:ff'f "'f'-2125 9575 f f4V"f"" '. ' ff . X ' ' '. f-1.14, -Q:.'Lr,cf1f,a:46552T:g.1'. -',, .-"M ' .':,fixI:.v :, , ',. .. , ' ..' .1 tl A A A H111-ff? - ' " f a " ' A' ' A 'W . K- . - . , ' . Top Row: Martha Taylor, Susan Clapp, Natalie Bandeian, Marilyn Weinsteili, Karen Graham, Majorie Wilson, Candy Duffy, Sarah Cohen, Fran Baker, Lila Gadaire, Jean Shelsy, Jody Tolman, Carla Tolerton, Rana Damara, Gay Vlfalsh. Next Row: Lynne Palmer, Sally Sterling, Carol Skomoro. Louise Marianna. Donna Steradoj, Chris Ellis, Sue Brighton, Karen Hook, Candy Levine. Sally Leftingwell, Alice Hunter, Carole Joffe, Judy Pfunder. Second Row: Happy Lawrence, Mary Beck, Linda Lyman Marcia Haughton. Patricia Clark. Kathryn McCleery, Karen Kisiel, Dody Stevens, M. Knight. L. Jane. B. Moore, A. Bawden, D. Barsalou, J. Warmington. Front Row: Gay Finnell, Diane Derrick, Jeanne Benner, Ann Lesner, Connie Shuman, Susan Wvigglesworth, Diane Lamb, Betsy Hoffman, Stephanie Murray, Trina Shelborne. Jane Goldberg. The Junior class has sixty-eight members this year, the new ones being Natalie Bandeian, Ann Bawden, Mary Beck, Kathryn Burdick, Patricia Clark, Chris Ellis, Jane Goldberg, Karen Graham, Marcia Haughton, Karen Hook, Alice Hunter, Carole Joffe, Margaret Knight, Candace LaVigne, Anne Lessner, Stephanie Murray, Jean Newkirk, Catherine Shelborne, Jean Shelsy, Carol Skomro, Donna Staradoj, Martha Taylor, Diana Toland, Carla Tolerton, Joanne Tolman, Norma Wfilliams, and Sara Witte. The class elected to oliice this year Sue Wigglesworth, President, Diane Lamb Vice-President, and Susan Barnini, Secretary-Treasurer. The .Junior class wishes the best of luck to the class of '62. SW. X , f.J t , 'ADJ gf. owl? ,wg QSQPHOMANQRE, CLASS J exit lf 1125! g- I. I DJJ -j 1 , ' W it up wit it we vi wmv! st! WN ft ft 'CW J jS7iJs+W at ,A Qtwtqtw GJ ,Ofo,,vytt6o.,,hO,, W, ow we tie .YW eifftlffaw Lift Qt W WJSJAHGJ,-,'Ji' ll U 0 ff'ChcV"'a - First Row: S. Paige, F. Welson, J. Ruben, Hr Mathis, A. Northrup, B. Petty, S. Levine, E. Con- nor, B. Gaudrault, T. Thompson, B. Taylor. Second Row: B. Murray, M. A. Drega, F. Swanson, C. Flagg, L. Coffey, L. Sarfaty, L. Guyton, P. Maran, C. Walker, B. Clew, C. Johnson, E. Robbins, D. Albro. Third Row: N. Paul, B. Raffeld, S. Volanakis, S. Reynolds, L. Wallace, C. Fuller, S. MacMillan, L. Whitlock, B. Adams, M. Downey, L. Rodin, P. Dalton, J. Eckley, D. Bollinger. Fourth Row: L. Ravitch, K. Clinton, N. Feinberg, S. Callan, C. Shepard, W. Ropes, J. Legg, J. Duffy, P. Asinof, H. Levine, C. Partridge, P. Colapietro, L. Pessolano, H. Dunning. The new members of this year,s sophomore class are: Paula Asinoff, Elizabeth Clew, Katrina Clinton, Lee Colley, Ellen Conner, Jane Duffy, Joan Eckley, Leslie Cuy- ton, Judy Legg, Susan Leven, Helen Levene, Heidi Mathis, Patricia Moran, Martha Murray, Deborah Neumister, Barbara Petty, Betty Ann Raffeld, Lee Ravitch, Wendy Ropes, Joyce Reuben, Lynne Sarfaty, Carolee Shepard, Frances Wilson, and Linda Whitlock. Anne Northrup was elected as their president, Heidi Mathis, as vice-president, and Barbara Petty, as secretary-treasurer. The boarders elected Leslie Cuyton as their representative to the Student Council. The day-hops elected Susan Macmillan as their representative. E QNXN -,,, , ,.g...., n . IZUHJITUEE GQ cgi 3 J Z3 W4 5 Q ff if , U, vfmgx 6 W Q 3 fir Og-fa! 97 fx cg? mm 51? Q 00 1 iff J! G QQ OMC Q f fm . '47WWfgi fi Q Y Wfvfifwf lf' Q, E7 355 Q 'N wT5 0 X 8 ?fx.pEp9QQcp9l-fig 5 'J up GV MW 5652556 'NC'iWf'55E25,15fi?:Q, gwftsy-o'V' ?.Lq?,Q1vUL uf WN jg X UAA LC PAL Gofgf fChdWp'0dL62fQZh OMPWFM imvjirgggxf 'W QM W5 M KMa 'x Dragged from the quiet Ji., 14- 'f ' v 'K the warm the dream Splashed by the stream of hot of cold of soap There by the dresser grope for socks for blouse for slip Down waxy cold stairs to f lf to slide NW to gill Beckoned by the call of study of work of play l, Anotherg an unending, day. J.M.J CURRENT EVENTS CLUB First Row: Chris Nims, Anne Lessner, Mary Ann Kopp, Jeany Rhoads, Carol Joffe, Kammy lVIcLeary, Penny Pendola. Second Row: Candy LaVigne, Dee Derrick, Janet Lindquist, Ginny Guild, Susan Paige, Ann Buek, Carol Martin, Betsy Moore, Doris Cove, Beverly Morse. Third Row: Clair Washburn, Carolyn Parlin, Marion Steele, Connie Sullivan, Laurie Magriel, Jane Duffy, Wendy Ropes, Carolee Shepard, Sherry Smith. The Current Events Club was made up of girls interested in the World around them. Through discussion and debate, a better understanding of current events was reached. To attain this goal, the Club planned to put on a debate on a timely topic: Re- solved, that Berlin should be defended, even at the cost of war. Following this, we planned to have speakers and films on topics of current interest. At the Christmas Bazaar, the Current Events Club conducted a raflle. Luring packages were displayed, and chances costing ten cents were offered. Drawings on them every half-hour resulted in many happy winners and much money. The Club,s officers this year were Jenny Rhoads, President, Carole ,lofi-e, Vice President and Mary Ann Kopp, S6Cretary-Treasurer. Our advisor, as in past yes: was Miss Theo-,lean Heald. BL W"" . 1 qw? w if' . Q J laws: ' 4.14.1 '.,.1-pp.. - RED CROSS CLUB ' 5 ' , if ' ' f :il , 2, In First Row: J. Lindquist, C. LaVigne, S. Murray, L. Meyer, C. Washburn, M. Tolerton, C. Ellis. Second Row: Cv. Guild, W. Ropes, C. Sullivan, C. Ellis, M. Smith, O. Derrick. The Red Cross Club, under the direction of Miss Couture, sponsored a white elephant table at the Christmas Bazaar this year. Our major activity this spring was the dressing of dolls for a charitable organization. The President was Lynne Meyer and the Secretary-Treasurer was Stephanie Murray. E. L. M. WINS X WEIWMIIUFI - m! wmmvmseuixa-as-rvwrnmmm:mmvww-vmsw1vee-wumnfm-fm-uf-,-.v.,,.,f-r:-11:- SCIENCE CLUB left to right First Row: S. Feeney, S. Holland, L. Levine, S. Paige livice-presidentl, S. Ritchie tpresidentl, L. Lyman tSecretary-treasureril, E. Williams, A. McEwen, N. Jolk, K. Paige, L. Pendola. Second Row: K. Stein, J. Jostrom, J. Tucker, J. Welson, L. Meyer, J. Lindquist, S. Reynolds. J. Thomee, C. Hanson, M. Smith, B. Hoffman, M. Baylock. J. Pfunder. Third Row: C. Johnson, J. Robbins, S. Aylward, S. Gramse, L. Magriel, S. Harding, C. Sullivan, D. Cove, C. Hopkins, L. Sagers, M. Steele, M. Pagos, M. Kaufman. Fourth Row: L. Houston.N. Bandien., S. Brighton, J. Warmington, M. Mallard, P. Olcott, L. Mariana, M.' Wilson, M. Kopp, P.,Subote1', L. Hillert, C. Washburn. Not Shown: L Baker, M. Boyle, S. Clapp, R. Close, P. Colapretro, J. Collyer, B. Comstock, B. Danielson, L. Decone, D. Derrick, S. Dilk, A. Feinberg, B. Feinberg, B. Geddis, B. Gold- band, G. Cordon, C. Harrison, K. Hardeman, M. Hiscox, B. Hughes, M. Layden, M. Mallis, J. Mathis, D. Michaels, K. Michaels, P. Miller, B. Morse, M. Neff, J. Newkirk, L. Newkirk, J. Perry, C. Pilblad, J. Baffeld, E. Ritchie, P. Vanzandt, L. Wernick, N. Williams. J. Tucker. The Science Club this year is the largest club in the school. Meetings were held once every month when we had a speaker on cancer, a movie and a trip to the Springfield Hospital. All of our activities have enabled the niernbers of the Science Club to gain a better knowledge and understanding of all that which we find so interesting in science. The club extends its thanks to its adviser, Miss Putnam, for her helpful assistance throughout the year. The officers this year were: Susan Ritchie, presidentg Lindy Lyman, secretary- treasurer. C.A.W. Lgx "6 ,li 14 , FRENCH CLUB 2 . . .,.V . .5 N , . XV... ,tl ., :ggi .V,, ,:j3f,,',3?j'-,'u , -' V' . ...Q ..:,.i-...a. ...... -.:. '. ff ,-...f . .,,. ff A E 9 2 V- if F Vs V. i ' ea - .tg 5 -V VYP, fp V gf' t H 2 . 5 1. ' f ff V V if i 'VJ 'Q j" if-1.11 1" si 2-1 1 I. pie. .V K., f A. -fr It gl, . 5 V -7 :::Y..,',, .,Vw?,, ..rL. ziggy . . in J . . ft 5 2 A.: I I I I . . 127 el rVV '- t f 1 L ' f I at -,XO I Q as t G. " 0 1. Kg 9 '- Q J . 7,115 4 ag . ' ' V J f ' X . , - l , . - f I 1-Qs., VN -,L Q ,I ,-,Q - - .- p It L nf' A ,'tf2'5' ,.f,f',ff, V y V 7 i Q 'J I i. i .A ' . .. V' 'X -. y ,l ' TIN ? If ' - I '- . ..-Y 1. ll' , If. A 3 ' . . 4.VV .. i A ,ag 2 ??A.e:..e.z5.1:-5. ffif. af ,fe . .-21' . 1 " V-V -.. 'Q5fVtl. rt.. 524 vii-CwTi3Z5ii.4Za. "5'5f.fffQ2:?3f5ff ilffeflf. .,f'7'jff-.55 ..,, -W.::.i'3f f",f ,,,f " "" i' F' .., ,. Aff,5V..f.,,.c1g45',! gf! - 4V.ffvff,,4,4f 1,gf.4+4f..a.,f,:,,w, f, , ,,,,v ,f V., f,....g,. . .- . Vt. -f V . 1. .V -. s, .LVN-.XX -2fVVf,V'frfzg,,,,,af , ,f.,VQal:5gV',:."' 2, 2.-7 ' ' " ' .V ' . .. . .V .i 1 ,- . v . . sf, ' f'f, ' ' ' H' yfgf 1 ,,,.. .ai .,., .1 0- ., gZ,r,,,,,-,.,,,.,-fx . ,V f,f.- .. . - , .- ' . . . - A .1,. -. f-V5+69,y"ff zV1.fg::1fgf11v, , , ' V . 1 ---.-- 1. VV -A -. ,,,, W 3 , First Row: G. Finnell, D. Derrick, D. Stevens, L. Hoffman, M. Pagos, K. Zethren, L. Sagers, C. Russell, M. Weinstein, C. Joffe. Second Row: N. Donnis, S. Clapp, D. Barsalow, K. Grahme, S. Levin, L. Coffey, N. Bandien, H. Lawrence, L. Mariana, M. Knight, E. Moore C. Hanson, C. Shurnan, J. Rhoads. Third Row: M. Steele, F. Baker, S. Brigwow, D. Hammond, G. Cramse, L. Magriel, C. Sullivan, M. Mallard, S. Smith, J. Bromley, S. Ritchie, B. Smolian. Fourth Row: D. Cove, C. Washburn, J. Lindquist, C. Hopkins, L. Meyer, J. Downey, V. Guild, A. Brunell, M. Kaufmann. Le Cercle Francais, under the direction of Mademoiselle Yeranian, has had a large and active membership this year. The oflicers are Kristine Zethren, president, Linda Sagers, vice-president, Janet Bogardus, secretary, Marianne Pagos, treasurer. Our Christmas Bazaar booth treated all MacDuflie gourmets and gourmands with a diverse array of French delicaciesg it was, as usual, a great success. During the course of the year we have had a one-act playg a small festival of French folk songs, two excellent lectures, one given by Miss Blackwell on education in France, the other by Mr. Houghton on various customs of the Midi, and a concert featur- ing the celebrated MacDuffie String Quartet. Le Cercle Francais has enjoyed a stimulating, informative, and most rewarding K.M.z. a...., Q Tr I . -4.,,,...,... ai .Q 0, f Q 43' Oi. , 3 MACDUFFIE AGNET VERITAS Q .Exp V XX No. 3 THE MACDUFFIE MAGNET, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. MARCH, 1962 THE THEME WAS 'ENCHANTMENT' tlsliilie Spirit' Will Be Given ln QI une juniors, who have become familiar with apparitions, ghosts, and witches through their study of Macbfffa, should feel completely at home with Blifln' Sjziril, which has been chosen for the Commencement play. This farce by Noel Coward has en- both Broadway and London with hilarious complications the return of a female spirit her world. figure of the play. a writer, takes material for a in the P his dismay ' 'flak to his en dead "VOl1S S . YJ of fb Totals Aff' Mr. Rus' i so President. Ng. . -QW o of . eo Q90 fs eefef' YN' CJ. GV JI if ' is S69 an a Xyqfx Q05 i, Wl'lO . . Q9 QJ. .i, an un- Qf, 99- eayesstb ba A 95' QQ if QQ? . the first day Leigh YN. X- 59 QQJQQ ,sday,lApril Sth, A A .',i- O" X2' - -'F h H l . of paren 49 094' -Qs .qpggox at 3 MacDuffie :gf-N 652' fy oOQ' i'- remarked. of this money parents, alumnae porationsg and than sh of out-of-town pareritsxx V ' was barely underway. A "lf people who are to be in the next two months will CJ- QV age . 0 9 .xp be ei,-f 9358. to . Q 0 , . . ef" MQ' Cf xpessi .e Has Finalist do 5 ' fb , . 9' ww 3559 Gee-L69 .rioncil Merit goq? QF' NSE alentine Doyle, '62, has received Q00 660 be-. .ard that she is a finalist in this yearis 9 .ko Q? National Merit Contest. Since she be- came a semi-finalist, her College Board scores, a letter stating her in- generously as those who .have Y -i ek AQ? Xifxbixgcio, 11:1 I1 terests and plans, and school recom- been asked, there is no question of eampaign's success," Mr. Neff said. Dr. Rutenber expressed himself as very pleased with the response to date and is hopeful that the next two months will bring in sufficient funds to enable the school to start the class- room building this spring. "One of the heartening things about the cam- paign" said Dr. Rutenber, His the way that parents, alumnae and friends have Continued on page four - ,..,.K,.my,.. U5' 4561 QOiQ-N s First QOQ 'Q-090'-DQR .s Second Q6 Q. QQ,-S69 65,11 Johnson ai 000 XNONQQQS une and Mar- eia, fb NS Q. .merican history. ln f so Largef, by Connie Shuman, formed on March 14, was shown .ie plight of a woman whose husband had rescued her from a life of crime but continued to re- mind her of her past until, in despera- Continuecl on page six mendations have been submitted to supplement the original record, made up of scores on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Valentine now has a chance to become a scholar- ship winner. MaeDuffie has had .1 number ol finalists and two winners in the half dozen years of the National Merit program. Last year Meredith Black was a winner and Beth Kramer and Carla Rueckert were finalists. 'Sb Q Ag. 36 . zz ., vnzfrure-rv:-ffiravnia Q :. mm1m gQgq!.P A W' A -' liz ll? Wi? ie. fig Z' . vaa.t'rse',fL13E,ff X' vor. xx, NO. A me MACDUFHE MAGNET, srklucrltm, MAss. MAY, 1962 MACDUFFIE A LA MODE Fashion Sli ls GSL111111' . The Pak r MacDuff' wafts f ion ' f i suitsg the f Good fashions Senior Prom Plans Nearing Completion On, Saturday, May 12, the annual Senior Promenade will take place at the MacDuffie School, keyed to a theme as yet unkown to all but the Elite. The celebrated Billy Poore and f band, from Providence, Rhode ll - sl, will provide music. senior class has been en- and preparatory NF the Prom in recent seen a poster corn- Dee O'Malley serving as co- Hutcheon Com- Hotel d Terry 'amit- xw Ne- Ss N eo , 48 is sy I 0.50 42420 .oh . -fs Q. , eve? .eggs x .3660 62: 9 . - .Sq A l ei Qi 00' 1:5 . xx xff 9 N ' fb? O a x xdbitbiqfbw H .Q Q oo 9 . ,N A Q, ef GD QU goal nn Wfallace. , eq N M-:1CDUHie Glee QCENQT Qi YS 056, Qyflfgcql., Executive Vice Cf1fCl'f2iI'16d- I 9 W 03525 sb X Qj9i1ird National Bank were served at 1 o Qfbcg? QQ A QC' I ,go-31 .id General Chairman CU5f0m31'Y, door Prizes Q 65 Xotbxoaiw U 909 xg gyaffie Development Fund FIOWCYS fUfUi5hCd iiigrgbib Q1 X49 08360 QBQQQT announced shortly before WWC 11505 F0 d9C0f9-C the X9 V 30696 Qgfgb QS5Qf'f.iet went to press that the total course of the afternoon, an oil ing by Mrs. Morris Ritchie was fled. As in previous years, the of thc fashion show will be E as a gift of the Parents Association to MacDuffie. A special event this year in connec- tion with the fashion show was the appearance of student models on tele- vision on Monday afternoon, April 30, MacDuffie mothers, as well as stu- dents, modeled the various creations. The six mothers were Mrs. Daniel Burhanl-1, Mrs. joseph Baker, Mrs. Joel lk-i'iiil:mrgg, Mrs. Herbert Hill, Cominocrl on page five X35 ect 42,0 yy Qpbgy Qfglkjjl' it of cash and pledges received K Q81 Y-f ' -, fb A A , N . aate amounts to S244,000. He ex- Qwolp-xqy Qyaegb Qioaiiafl Qbobrgvwrcssed himself as very pleased with 65, X00 N95 gba Q qw age? the progress of the camaign. 00 QOXQ-Q' Qfozis ,gb The solicitation of the Springfield HL 5 gb E5 'Q Vi ,500 ,909 '5 area is almost over, and that of board- gfaf' sys oy" gf ZX 'E' ing parents and alumnae from a dis- Mary Q' Q90 Qc-rbiOQ'i-1101, in tance is now well underway. Dr. biblical h. QOQ -NQFNQ, has fe' Arthur F. G. Edgelow, Chairman of cently been NQ 30 mt SCl10l2I', the Board of Trustees, has expressed an honor whic. S0 J that she is in the hope that the month of May will the highest aca-. c group at the college. Barbara Schwartz, '58, and Luisa Alexander, '59, also have been honored by election to the group of Continued on page five bring the total to at least S300,000. If this happens the Board will move quickly to start the construction of the classroom building in June, and Continued on page three L l OQQEE' C9 Q I xbo Ov M DRAMATIC CLUB First Row: S. Reynolds, J. Benner, P. Suboter, P. Pendola, C. Sullivan, V. Doyle, C. Shuman, L. Ravitch, K. Zethren, M. Knight, L. Sagers. Second Row: J. Tucker, E. Moore, S. Aylward, C. Hanson, E. Evans, L. Hoffman, D. Derrick, C. Skomoro, K. Kiesel, K. McCleary, K. Earnshaw, C. Johnson, M. Pagos, J. Nims, L. Sucretes, S. Paige. Third Row: H. Levine, J. Scheckter, V. Guild, K. Stein, J. Jostrom, C. Martin, S. Harding, J. Raffeld, E. Robbins, B. Wykcoff, J. Rector, M. Baylock, C. Tolerton, S. Ritchie, S. Dion. Fourth Row: D. Hammond, P. Asinoif, L. Coffey, E. Rodin, M. Downey, B. Raffeld, C. LaVigne, S. Brighton, C. Duffey, S. Cohen, M. Wilson, N. Donnis, G. Gramse, J. Bromley, M. Shattuck, J. Downey, A. Brunell, P. Steketee. Under the direction of Dr. Ruth Child and Mrs. Dorothy Phaneuf, the Dramatic Club began its activities this year with the election of officers. Valentine Doyle was elected president with Chris Hanson elected as secretary-treasurer, and immediately thereafter auditions were held for the admittance of new members. On December 14th and 15th the Club presented its annual performances of 'Eager Heart" with Kristy Zethren in the title role and in March the one-act plays written by the juniors were presented. On June 4th the Commencement Play HBlithe Spirit" with an all Senior cast was proudly presented and enthusiastically received. P L .. .,,, V LATIN CLUB First Row: Teri-Sue Thompson, Linda French, Jan Polansky, Linda Curtis, Betsy Clue, Melissa Evans, Sue Reynolds, Mary Ellen Downey, Camilla Walker, Betsy Caudrault, Carryl John- son, Sue Fitzgerald. Second Row: Ann Vail, ,loan Tucker, Helen Levine, Kathy Grahame, Lynne Sarfaty, Mary Anne Drega, Leone Hillert, Lee Burbank, Carol Skomoro, Emi Meade, Happy Lawrence, Debby Labuz, Elizabeth Evans, Penny Dalton, Liz Rodin, Betsy Adams, Francis Wilson, Heidi Mathis, Joyce Ruben. Third Row: Laurie Scott, Nancy Paul, Nancy Feinberg, Katita Kopp, Betty Ann Raffeld, Lee Ravitch, Donna Albro, Lee Coffey, Ellen Connor, Sue MacMillan, Cathy Fuller, Linda Whit- lock, Katrina Shelburne, Alice Hunter, Sandra Volonakis, Betsy Fuller, Patty Sagalyn, Ann Sagalyn. Fourth Row! Kathie Albani, Sue Shepro, Molly Hannifin, Pam Suboter, Paula Asinof, Judy Legg, D. Bulkley, J. Babb, Candy Duffy, Sarah Cohen, Larile Houston, N. Schwartz, Kitty Earn- shaw, J, Eckley, Penny Pendola, P. Ferris. The Latin Club, under the direction of Miss Fisk, spent a very interesting year together as one of the largest clubs in the school. n The President was Susan Reynolds, Vice-President Melissa Evans, Secretary Linda Curtis, Treasurer Mary Ellen Downing and Elizabeth Clew. DISSONANTES Front Row: Pam Hutcheon Back Row: lleft to rightl Diane Lamb, Janis Jostrom, Jane Scheclcter, Sally Lefhngwell, Barbara Bostwick, Lynne Palmer. A vocal nonet organized two years ago as an independent club, the Dissonantes perform at school parties, glee club concerts, dances, and at the annual lVlaeDuHie Fashion Show. Among the numbers sung by the Dissonantes are spirituals, folk and harhershop style songs. The president of the Dissonantes is Pamela Hutcheon. Tryouts for the replacement of graduating memlfers are held in the Spring. P.H. , wffcr :,, ,-my-,,f W f- L---fffaeff sl-'fi 3 1' v:n1uwumnim GLEE CLUB eg, , WW , rw, left to right Front Row: Nancy Feinberg, Camilla Walker, Diane Derrick, Linda Lyman, Janet Visconti, Jane Scheckter, Susan Aylward, Kristin Zethren, Lee Ravitch, Janet Rhoads. Second Row: Leslie Guyton, Jane Goldberg, Linda Curtis, Elizabeth Carroll, Melissa Evans, Janis Jostrom, Sheridan Harding, Constance Shuman, Susan MacMillan, Kathryn Fuller, Dorothy Stevens, Karen Kisiel, Caroline Russell, Judith Nims, Mary Anne-Kaufmann. Third Row: Sharon Smith, Diane Lamb, Ann Vail, Carla Tolerton, Judy Tolman, Elizabeth Clew, Sally Leliingwell, Lynne Meyer, Mary Anne Shattuck, Harriette Lawrence, Ann Wilder. Fourth Row: Susan Dion, Linda French, Katrina Clinton, Barbara Petty, Jean Shelsy, Judith Legg, Martha Taylor, Constance Hopkins, Marilyn Weinstein, Kathryn McCleery, Chloe Goossen, Alison Brunell. The Clee Club this year has 60 members. Thirty one new members were added this year. Mr. Roy Marvin is the director. The officers elected are: Jane Scheckter, President, Pamela Hutcheon, Secretary-Treasurer, Susan Aylward, Nancy Dion and Janet Visconti are the librarians. December 9, 1961, we had a joint concert with Pomfret School. We sang a Bach Contata 'Tor Us a Child Is Born" with a string ensemble accompaniment. We sang at the Eager Heart performances. Later this spring the Clee Club will sing at some more schools. In May, we will sing at the MacDuliie fashion show. Jenny Rhoads is the accompanist for the Clee Club. .l- S. SELF HELP left to right Seated: lVl. Baylock, N. Donnis, B. Vlfyckoff, P. Olcott, C. Ringe. Standing: A. Vail, J. Rector, E. Carter, J. Thomee. C. Russell, L. Scott. The ending of the twentieth year of the lVlacDufhe self-help 'system is an example of the success of lVlacDuHie cooperation and student government, in which all students participate. The students are responsible for keeping their rooms, dormitories, and dining-room clean and neat. All share this responsibility equally and are guided by a group of eleven seniors. These seniors are prefects and hold the responsibility of supervising the duties, heading the student government and working together to handle minor disciplinary problems. It is a great honor and privilege to he a prefect at MacDuflie. The prefects are chosen by Dr. Rutenber, with the help of the student body and faculty, and they are announced at Commencement in June. The senior prefect is responsible for organizing and co-ordinating the other prefects. This years prefects were: Marcia Baylock, Howard Hall, Pat Olcott, Downing Hall, Cathy Hinge, Castle House, Barbara Wyckoff, Main House, Laurie Scott, Head of dining room, Lyn Carter and Jackie Rector, Dining-roomg and Anne Vail, Wallace Hall and Senior prefect. The day school prefects were Nancy Dennis, lane Thomee, and Carol Russell. A, C, V, ' f g STUDENT COUNCIL Seated First Row: Marcia Baylock, Caroline Russell, Chris Nirris, Carla Tolerton, Lyn Carter, Susan Macmillan. Seated Second Row: Anne Collyer, Jackie Rector, Leslie Cuyton, Connie Hopkins, Anne McEwen, Anne Vail, Barbara Wyckoff, Linda Curtis. Standing: Linda Lane, Laurie Scott, Patricia Olcott, Judith Downey, Nancy Donnis, Catherine Ringe, .lane Thomee. The Student Council at lVlacDuHie is composed of eleven prefects, nine represen- tatives from the various classes, and a president elected hy the school. The council holds weekly meetings Without any faculty memlxer present and supervises the schoolis disciplinary system, handling all hut the more serious problems. The Student Council also writes to lVlacDuflie7s foster child, Joanna Xyla, and administers the funds for her support. The president this year was Connie Hopkins. The hoarding prefects were Anne Vail, Laurie Scott, Patricia Olcott, Barbara Wyckoff, Marcia Baylock, .THCQUCHHG Rector, Catherine Hinge, and Lyn Carter. Nancy Donnis, Jane Thomee, Hnd CHTOHUC Russell served as day prefects. Representing their classes were Chris Nims and Judith Downey, seniors, Carla Tolerton and Linda Lane, juniors, Lesley GUW011 and Susan Macmillan, sophomoresg Anne Collyer and Linda Curtis, freshmeng and Anne Mc- Ewen, junior school. C' H' . X A. A. COUNCIL Back Row: Mary Ann Kopp, Anne Northrup, Susan Aylward, Barbara Danielson. FTOIU Row: Kathy Paige, Penny Steketee, Lee Burbank. Hockey, soccer, basketball, volleyball, softball and tennis were the varsity sports this year. While gymnastics, ping pong and badminton were the individual sports. The purpose of the Athletic Association is to promote athletic interest throughout the school and to increase the athletic ability of each student. The team captains were very active in the struggle for the cup this year. The Red Team captain is Sue Aylward and the Blue Team captain is lVlaryAnne Kopp. These two girls encourage their teams to contribute to the March of Dimes and also to fur- ther the spirit of the school towards athletics. The president of the A. A. Council is Penny Steketeeg secretary-treasurer, Bar- bara Danielsong vice-president, Ann Northrupg Freshman Representative, Lee Bur- bank, and Junior School Representative, Kathy Paige. We were very fortunate this year to gain a much larger hockey field, two new tennis courts, and a horse and rings for gymnastics, to aid our program. We owe much for our success to our very enthusiastic teachers, Miss Wellington and Mrs. Huss. P, S, to ,J l.EADER'S CORP Front Row: Lyn Carter, Rana Daunara, Terry White, Barbara Wyckoff, Stephanie Murray, Barbara Comstock. Back Row: Penny Steketee, Sue Wigglesxvorth, Cathy Ringe, Diane Lamb, Carla Tolerton, Lynne Palmer, Katy Stein, Jackie Rector. Missing: Pam VanZandt, Sue Barnini. Under the direction of Leaders Corps, the school has enjoyed many dances ,par- ties and other activities. In addition to decorating for the animal Christmas Bazaar, the Club also conducted Heart Sister Week and other events. The purpose of this Club is to acquaint its members with responsibility and leadership. The officers for this year were Terry Wliite, President, and Pam VanZandt, Sec- retary-Treasurer. This year's newly-elected memlaers were: Sue Barnini, Rana Dar- mara, Diane Lamb, Stephanie Murray, Lynne Palmer, Carla Tolerton, Sue Vlfiggles- worth, and Pam VanZandt. E- T- W mmnmnz P V CHEERLEADERS ,gre e dw- EEE, -rw ea. e ,....-,.,..,.,m,,,m,.,,,, 1,-f E R? fi - H- 5 2 1 r E .Q 4 1 , V 5 fs 'V ., , , 2 - rv . 'F-' ' ' f- ' 'V "" q.f,. , X . Front: D. Derrick, C. Sullivan, E. Meade, B. Morse. Standing' Donna Steradoj, H. Lawrence, S. Harding, R. Giordano, A. Lessner C0-Captains: Sheridan Harding and Rita Giordano. The cheerleaders came forth this year with renewed spirit. They cheered for such schools as Fox Hollow and East Longmeadow High School. The co-captain elected by the members were Rita Giordano and Sheri Hardring. The Cheerleaders represented lVIacDuHie with grace and enthusiasm. ...-.a,,.,,-.Ls. L: u.-f,--n-w-,-4- mmm mmmumnmmnu mu Ln.. .. .. me Y 1 I VESPER SERVICE CLUB First Row: L. Carroll, L. Carter, L. Scott, B. Wyckoff, A. Hunter, C. Binge, A. Vail. Second Row: P. Olcott, J. Lindquist, J. Eckley, M. Baylock, J. Rector, M. Tolerton. Third Row: C. Coossen, K. Earnshaw, K. Grahame, L. Meyer. Fourth Row: L. Ravitch, S. Murray, W. Ropes. On Sunday night the boarding students meet with Dr. Rutenber in the Wallace Hall common room for an informal Bible Hour. The members of the Vesper Service Club are responsible for organizing a Worship service which usually includes a hymn, a prayer, a Bible reading, and the Lord's Prayer. The remaining time is spent dis- cussing passages from the Bible, religious problems, and daily applications of reli- gion. The Bible Hour is closed with group singing of several hymns. Sunday evenings greatly add to the unity, understanding, and cooperation of the boarding students. A. C. V. CLASS WILLS Mallard: leaves the carpool to Susy, Carol, Eileen and Pammy. Mathis: leaves her two charming sisters to carry out the Mathis' tradition. Lipsett: leaves her Williston visits and visitors to Lois Hoffman. Stehetee: leaves peace and quiet from 8:45 to 9:00 P.M. to Karen and Marilyn and Massachusetts for Michigan. Rajfeld: leaves fwith a wish for good luckj Mondays, Magnet and Math to her sister Bettv Ann. Hiscox: wills Pam Vanzandt her bride magazines. Rhoacls: leaves to Carole Jotle the job ot reading all next year's New York Times. Ritchie: leaves . . . hungry as usual. Sagers: wills her quips in history to anyone who thinks Miss Heald will pass her in spite of them and all her common sense to anyone who needs a tiny bit more. Hanson: wills with Maryanna Smith the locker room to Miss Wellington. Gay Gordon: wills will . . . power to anyone who needs it. Doyle: leaves a trail of lost pens, pencils, books, glasses, etc., for anyone whose talent for finding things equals her talent for losing them. Geddes: leaves Katita Kopp the opportunity of wearing saddle shoes to church and to college appointments and just plain out . . Russell: leaves her diet as usual. Wyckoff: with Marcia Layden wills a good night's sleep to Jean Shelsy and Jody Tolman. Hopkins: leaves her ability to count to twelve to next year's Chemistry students. Hahn: leaves to Ann Sagalyn and Joyce Ruben our uproarious carpool rides. Feinberg: leaves Judie and Sally's talent for making noise in the morning to whoever rooms next to them next year. fostrorn: leaves her faithful co-editor still working on the yearbook - c'Wake up Sulli- vanw - lt's all overl Golrlband: leaves quiet carpools to anyone who likes that extra wink of sleep. Steele: leaves her French pronounciation to any poor soul who wants to try to improve lt. Baylock: leaves Mrs. Bell a movie camera for use on Sun. Afternoons. Shattuck: leaves her taxi service to Judy Pfunder with the hope that she won't have quite as many accidents as she. Carter: wills her wood-pecker laugh to Maynard. Magriel: wills her seeing eye dog to Linda Pessolano. White: leaves for next yearls Main House the hiding place for dummy-snltched food. Harcling: leaves her braces to another unsuspecting junior. Kopp: leaves her forgetfulness to a future senior. Visconti: leaves her big smile. Martin: leaves Hwith just enough of learning to misquotefl Giordano: leaves Chemistry experiments to any courageous senior. Sullivan: wills Karen Kisiel her broken ankle's cast . . . just to keep it all in the family. Gramse: I leave my nerves to anyone who hates long fingernails anyway. Smolian: leaves pounds of pink pills to Dabby Bollinger. ' - .GAMMA CLASS WILLS .'f'l'lIl.f'ClTlZ.' wills her well stocked food tin, her many letters, and her French accent to Natalie Bandeian. Bromley: leaves hopefully - the fuel gauge reads between empty Hlid H0116 at au- Dion: leaves her sister Susie with three more enjoyable years at MacDuflie. Brunell: leaves convinced that there is more than one way to interpret Hamlet. Pagos: wills the foam rubber under the lights to next year's lighting gal? new route to school with plenty of Hsceneryw to Lilag and the quarrels between C. D. and,.l. P. to anyone whold dare listen. Pilblad: leaves to Dabby any of her connections at Lenox. Washburn: leaves Miss l-leald with that old fear that someone somewhere is happy. Mason: 'gl leave - serenity returnsn Meyer: leaves her honey bear to Lila Cadaire. Lindquist: leaves the ulI1Sld6,, to anyone who wants it. Uicott: wills her aches and pains to Barbie Danielson in hopes that she canlt use them. L. Ritchie: leaves Allegheny Airlines to Anne Northrup and Trina Shelburne. Nims: leaves her dancing abilities to Lois Hoffman. Cove: leaves one V. W. sized parking place to anyone else who likes fire hydrants. Goossen: leaves her window to next year's occupant of Downing suite. Guild: leaves her blush to Rana Damara. Ringe: leaves her bribe money to pass Miss Heald's exams to any senior who needs it next year. Hutcheon: leaves the time she's wasted to Carla Tolerton. Comstock: leaves her holey grey sweater to Sue Barnini. Zethren: leaves I. F.fJ. P. to Pam VanZandt. O,Malley: leaves her ability to get out of predicaments to Dennyg her loquaciousness to Natg her pin strip to Coosy. Dilk: leaves high school for the second time. Close: leaves Miss Putnam with a few more gray hairs. Hammond: leaves to Judy Pfunder the problem of getting to school on time in the morning. Scott: leaves the dish cloths to lean Shelesy to wash, as usual. Vail: wills her charming nickname to Trina in hopes that she will accept it! Purlin: leaves most of the costumes in the Wallace Hall Closet. Barry: leaves a wad of gum under the head table. Donnis: leaves the Howard Hall ants to next yearis prefects. Thomee: leaves the right of way to Franie Baker and nothing to nobody. Bogardus: leaves dust kitties under her hed. Mace: leaves for the Alps with her new skiis. .7l7or.sff.' leaves her carpool to anyone who can put up with it. .'j'..-fiat,-L:lef'.' leaws an honorary place for Carol Joffe in Dissonantes and an empty back -eat Iii finsxm Levin s car. 'n ' :gs liter sf,-at in study hall to anyone who can get as fantastic French grades , elnf, r ?f.,m.efu try Happy Lawrence fond memories of a lasting friendship - a'I'm r ic lzjf 2: you." and to Lindy Lyman a study hall to study in. 1 li EHELWL EHUTE '33 f A C Q 0 352, 1 .msw C" C12 ,. ff iz-i3',f4x f- ' fgffr ylii . ff "J N lg 1 -f QQ 4 fcgfzr apcggmgg-5 J If '5 Ga' -Pd nf X fumem ,A, I H Nur . ufftfnt Q .A .3 o tjig Tlze Light That Failed The Sculptor and the Goddess Prisoner of Hope The Hard Way to Peace The Eagles Have Flown A A Study in Tyranny AA Civil Disobedienee Portrait ofa Lady A Of Societies and Men A A But Not in Shame AA AA ....,......u .,a.L.u....a -.v-, L --f-1 vs vm'-L- A -----'--- A MACDUFFIE SERENADE Rememberance of Things Past "Town Without Pityi' A A A "Zorro,, A A A A A '5The Sound of Musicn "No Lovell AA A "He's Gone Away" ,,.,. 6'High Societyl' A A ca Fine and Mellow" A AA Say It lsnit So" A A Lonesome Road" By Myself' A A AA A 'iThen I'll Be Tired of You" Lovels, Labors Lost A Crime and Punishment cc cz cc How to Stop Smoking A Blacl: ls the Color of my True Love's Hair" AA ,... Gym class over Room 10 Howard Hall The Junior School Flashlight Mrs. Phaneuf The Boarders AA A Miss Heald's room A A A ..,,.....,.,, Graduation Work Hour Detention ! ! ! AA A Miss Blakeslee ,,,, A A AA A .Not at MacDuH:1e! AA .,.,.. ..,. A A .......,.. AA AA The twist A A FREEDOM, FOOD, LOVE, ETC. AA AA Spr1ngfield ....,.. AA AMr.Haughton AA Somebody shut that girl up That's true We don't get his donation AA AA Head Table A .A Or is it? AA A A AA .,.. A Morning eggs You've lost my Source Theme? AA AA ..,,,. AA ..,,..,,.., Off Bounds AA I did NOT plagiarize ! l ! ,....., Snow A A .,., AA AA A Vacation Ends AA .,.. AA A detention fyou smiledl A A ,..,.. AA Come to MacDuflie Animal Farm A r'f"lM. Diikidofa .,.. .,... A AA A AAHoward Hall To Kill a Mocking ird A A A AA AA A A A A A Don't feed the pigeons The Ambassador AA An Outline of Shakespeare In Dulaious Battle A A A AA The Status Seehers A A The Executives Coloring Book Masses AA A AA Sinister Street A Exodus A House of Mirth A uAs You Like ltv Pride and Prejudice On the Beach "Our Townn My Life and Hard Times Profiles in Courage Darkness at lVoon "Rape of the Loclri' House of Seven Gables A AA Let's hit him for a donation Got me through English A Fencing class A Juniors trying for prefect A A AAA, A Teachers grade book A MacDuflie going to the movies A A A AA Lower Maple Street AA AA AAAA AA Graduation A A When the teachers leave A Do You have A Choice A A AAA A The townies! A A AA AA A Spring vacation AA AA Springheld? A AA AAAA AA At MacDuH'ie A A AAAA AAAA A A A AAAAA The Prefects VVho forgot to set the clock Students aren't to cut each others hair! A A A A AAAA AAAAAAAAAA. A AAAAA. 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