Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1961

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1961 NATICK HIGH SCHOOL Digitized by Gil Barone 11 2019 SENIOR WEEK 149. AWARDS 142. ATHLETICS 112. ACTIVITIES 97. SENIORS 31. STUDENT GROUPS 18. FACULTY 9. DEDICATION 4. 3 We s the Class of 1961, lovingly dedicate this, our Senior Yearbook, to Mr. Robert Whelan, instructor of Physical Education, assistant coach of Football, and coach of Track. Mr. Whelan is a graduate of Lynn English High School and Boston University. Before coming to Natick he was a teacher-coach at Ciinton High School A veteran of the United States Navy he is married and the proud father of four very wonderful children. We wish him many years of happiness and suc¬ cess at Natick. His quiet, unassuming manner has endeared him to all 5 ADVISORS We, the Class of 1961, wish to express our apprecia¬ tion to Miss Naomi Kaplan Miss Marion Pothier, and Mr, Charles Woodhams who have given so unselfishly of their rime and energy to the members of our class. Miss Kaplan, our advisor during our first three years, resigned in January, 1961 after a leave of absence from September until January. She is now working for a graduate degree at Boston Uni¬ versity. To Mr, Woodhams and Miss Pothier our sincere ap¬ preciation for their patience, kindness, and understanding in helping us through our days at Natick High, 8 Mrs. D, Petxo Mrs. C Wilbergcr Miss M. Harris VISUAL AIDS Mr. T. Nowak DRIVER EDUCATION Mr. G, Slam in ATHLETIC HOMEMAKING DIRECTOR NURSE Mr. C. McManus II Miss M. Donahue Miss H. Connolly Miss P, Buckley Mrs. P. Edmonds Miss J, Painton Mrs. H, Gouder Mr. H. Garnett Miss M. Garvey Miss E. Shannon 12 Mr. W Anderson Miss C. Camougis Miss R. Chellis Mr. T. Thibault Miss M. Connolly Miss D. Wildbur Miss M. Porhier Mr. J. Mitro Mr. B. Drown 14 Miss Hamm Miss Dalroo Mrs, Dennison Mr. Biedrzicki Mr. Bennett Miss Ciannavei Miss Harrington Mrs. Colombo Mr D, Bennett Mr. C. McManus Mr. H. Plausse Mr + F. McNally Mrs. R, Connor Mr. A. Defelice Mr. F. Marcoux Mr. J. Carroll 1 16 Mr. R. Mannix Mr. A. Stickler Mr. N. Swicker Mr. J. O ' Sullivan Mr. G Woodhams Mr A, Goddard Mr. 1. Bachini Mr. L. Cafarella 17 18 G. Uhlin, J. Borger, S. Ambler 19 Sophomore Executive Board Left to right, First Row: M. Ufiord, L. Halburg, J. Borger, S. Ambler, G. Ublin, K. Janec, M. Fabiano. Second Row: A Collins, M Holden, P. Kenny, L, Robinson, B. Sabean, J, Splane, S, Garland, J. Wilson. Third Row: N + Slauta, T, Myers, J. Warren, R. Lockhart, W. Phillips, F. Capizzo, J. Filmore. Junior Executive Board Front Row: L. Whittcmore, P. Morgan, D. Campisi, L. Connell, J. Morgan, N. Sheer, R. Felch, L. Rogers, L. Theraux, N. Grey. Second Row: A. Sheasgreen, S. Wyncoop, G. Lamprey, S. Trainor. Stairs: D. Day, A. Goodkin, A. Jenson, E. Mussen, R. Harris, T. Crowley, N. Brach, B. Carnaroli, J. Richardson, P, Bartlett. 20 Senior Executive Board Scared: N. Zicko, A. Paquette, B Morgan, P, Her ey, T. Stewart, Fancy, S, Redfidd, E. Bloom, P. Mansell. Back Row: S. Sullivan, J. Wilson, Gh Marinelli, L. Stepner, S Ghetti. Second Row: G D« Wood, R. True, E. Donovan, K. Gray, P. McDonald, K. Ham- Mosman, P. Cole, P, Brady, S. Ufford, M, Matson, D Karcher, J. wey, D. Armitage, Student Council Front Row: N. Bross, T. Stewart, D. Armitage, G. Marinelli, W. Lewis, B. Morgan, G Witten, J. Wilson, A Pessini. Second Row: Mr, Shea, N. Slauta, N. Sheer, L Thereaux, A Collins, 5. Ambler, T. Bracken, M Holovak, K Harnwey, D, Bragetti, G. Uhlin, D. Campise, Mr, Gcarom Back Row: K. jue, P, Hyocte, K. Gray, W + DeMelle, C Griffxss, J. Morgan, R, True, 21 The Natick Chapter of the National Honor Society s a, ' xT ' V pH OJ a. CL L-l 9 £ s o 5= i oo c o g u M o EC c U OJ pH PLJ 1 U 2 T3 ri 3 u Q w s I •- U c J K 3 2 .9 CJ £ o VD CN o s rt 3 .3 8 -w-3 r is O BJ J3 , J d § s sk h-s 3 ) j; u CN CP a . 9 oC q " a v i23 .g 2 " 3 ti .« no s " s ■ 5 oj u H 8 ■ b s § t tSJ x H IS 3 Q o M s I a -5 -s g £ R wl t! 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Brack, C Weilty, D. Quigley, R. Weston, L. Berman, J. Longo, C McEnder- fer P Garrett, Sassamon Business Staff n Front Row:L. Merten, M Hladick, S. Ghetti, J Kadlik, C Lind¬ quist, D. Karcher, N. Zicko, B. Epstein. Second Row: D. Hawkes, B. Carnaroii, D. Duboyce, G Mosman, F. Moore, L Lofgren, L. Campbell, P, Breen, B. F re id land, A. Sigalove, S. Jan son, D, Bradford, Mr, Micro. Back Row: L. Theroux, P. Brady, J. Cox, D, Witham, A, Paquette, S. UfFord, B. Wentworth, R. Sauro, M. Gray, K Dcoroe, J. Fitzgerald, K. Vahey, R. Felch Library Aides Seated: K, Weissberg, A, Drucker, S. Sullivan, P. Mansell, R. Frye, man, S, U ford, N George, J, Bcmis, C, Russo, P. Arnold, J. K Fraser. Standings E Evans, M. Livingston, M. Bowles, L Ber- Mansell. Nurse ' s Aides Seated: K. Vahey, P. Chambers, 5, Simmons, S. Bustin, L. Brooks, J. Wilson, R. Frye, J. Reckcndorf, J. Morgan, R. Johnson, N. G. O ' Keefe, P. Hersey, J, Ross, Standing: J. Murray, D. Witham, Barstow, M. Lockhart, B. NichoU, E. Bloom, J. Cullen 25 Business Service Club First Row: L. Drugan, R. Bean, D. Bradford, S. Bouzan, P. Byrnes, L Bruncau, B. Lambert, T. Becker, N. Riley. Second Row: R. Chellts, C. Clark, E. Bloom, j. Tarrarini, R. Rosebnry, B. Whipp, A. Parquette, L, Meadows, M. Doran, P. Hladick, P. Mostecki, S. Kchagioglou, K, Hemeon, M. Higgins. Third Row: E. Newman, S. Uflord, P. Buying ton, L. Campbell, N, George, E. Hopf, B. Wentworth, C. Anialek, M, Higgins, P, Hassard, J. Healy, Cafeteria Marshals P. Sawyer, j. Kiley, M. Leod, J. Mullaney, F. Ward, T. Whipp, W. Bell, W. Wilson, H. Boyd, L. Porter, R. Baker. Safety Patrol Front Row: P, Byrnes, C. Dunston B. Curtis, S Trainor, M. Hladtck, B. Freidland, L Connell, A. R ass in gar, L Thereaux, D, Campisi. Second Row: P. Mansell, J Bemis, M. Jannson, W. De- Melle, L Merten, K, Hamwy, P. Read, J. Duff G- Witten, L Berman, C Antalek, S. Jansen. Third Row: Mr. Filledes L. Bndnkk, N. Saari, C. Brown, R. Frye, F. Marco, D. Karcher, J, Rcckcrulorf J, Johnson, G Hennigar, M. Matson, B Epstein, M. Woods, S. Ufford, J. Bouchard, P. Arnold, K, Wcissberg, Back Row: P. Miller, T, Townsend, W. Coan, R. Harris, C. Griffiss, H Beranyk, R. Franz, R. Tripp, T Bracken, K, Kane, R. Brant, fC Henderson J. Wiltenberg. Natick " N " Club Front Row: R, Carroll, T. Bracken, T. Pessini, W. Hriniak, P, Read, J, Kiley, D, Jones, K. Gray. Second Row: Mr. Leighton, T. Stewart, G. Capizzo, P. Hurd, A. Hall, G. Omerso, D. Winner, D Zicko. Back Row: E. Mussen, G, Witten, C Cutaia, L. Kerns, H. Beranyk, R. Tripp, E, Cavanagh. 27 Fronr Row: C. Hadden, W, Phillips, S. Wood, T Tassinnari, W. Keczar, G. Lewis. Second Row: R. Carroll, E, Smith, K Ring, A. Carnegie, P. Mostcekr, Third Row: T, Stevens, D. Webb, R, Woodbury. Natick High School Band W% ry Seared: W. Phillips, S. Kalvin, W Keeaar, C. Hadden, T. Tassinari, C. Reubans, M. Webb, L Harper, A. Hughes, E. Smith, T. Garrett, J. Salvin, L Kerns, W. Coan, D. Webb, R. Woodbury, R. Priuker, D. Hallitt, T« Stevens, Standing: J. LoPresti, P. Counoyer, C. S pakawski, J, Callcbro, R. Saunders, C. Balivin, K. King, A. Carnegie, P. Mosrecki, R Carroll, S, Wood 28 Front Row. JL Duff, R. Sauro, A. Parquetre, N, Bross, L. Campbell, N. Barstow, I, Lofgren, D. Karchcr, S. Bush, C. Hetmigar, J. Reckendorf, S. Rowe, E. Horton, M. Matson, B. Nichols, E. Smith, P. Caswell, K, Fahey, A, Rassingar, L Bachini. Second Row: j. MacKcnzie, P. Morgan, L Whictmore, S. Wagg, G. Lewis, A. Pessinni, T. Moore, B Carroll, R. Disney, R. Harris, V. Sharkey, J. Lefebrc. H. God den, L. Rosen, E. Burton, C. MacKendcrfcr, j. Wikenburg, N Gray, M. Gray, Third Row: J. Higgins, R. Incor- vuti, J. O ' Sullivan, D + Wood. G Mills. Yearbook Literary Committee Front Row: F. Moore, W, Woolcy, G Marinelli, T, Bracken, D, Jones, S. Belisk, J, Longo Second Row: G. Mosman, S. Bustin, K Branagan, C. Lindquist, J, Ross, M. Lockhart, P. Mansell, B, Friedland, M Hladick. Back Row: Coan, W. Morrissey, R. Johnson, R. Anstey, P MacDonald, 29 Yearbook Typing Committee Front Row: P. Byrnes, L Campbell, E Bloom, C Clark, M Lcceacorvi. Back Row: P. Klein, S. McCauley, T. Becker, Yearbook Subscription Committee JL. Hopf, B. Fricndland E, Bloom, G, Marine!] L Yearbook Art Committee Seated: PI. Lawrence, B GrifHss, S. Dmcher, C. French, R, Rose bury, D Bre oli. Standing: K. Branagan, B. Epstein s M. Janson. PRESIDENT THOMAS STEWART ' Tom ' . , Reauie (Bc-youdc)!! . moving to Pennsylvania after graduation . . . our com¬ petent Sr. President , . . brains plusl . . . fine hockey player . . . great leader . « , good times at Sunapee . . . skillful in all forms of Water- skiing . « . has learned ro keep his eyes on the road . (the hard way!) . . . many good rimes at the old homestead , . . " The Guest Book” , . , can be located at Gray ' s Boarding House. CAROLYN PATTI HERSEY Voted Miss Vitamin ' Pill of 1961 . . . " Hi Kids” „ _ . " Beauties " . . Gary , . . " Where does she get all char energy? " . , . always a smile . - Pony tail . always friendly . , . One of the three Ghosts . . . Sweet Personality . . . vivaci ous . . ♦ A great cheerleader . . . Great Vice- President . , Accepts responsibility. VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY JANICE WILSON Striking blonde hair . . . new furniture for Christmas . . . S.W.S. . . . Great Secretary of our class . „ . popular . . . admired by all . . . spends summers at New Hampshire . . . one of the cutest Natick High cheerleaders . , . Usually seen in a small green car. EDITH HOPE " Edie " . . blushes easily . . , ' let ' s go for a walk " . . . one of the top ' T7 ,T . - . efficiency plus . . , pretty red hair . ♦ a great storyteller . „ little jars of food . „ , our hard-working class Treasurer . . . " I ' m hungry " ... has been nicknamed " Sauerkraut” . . hails from South Natick ... a smile for everyone . . . popularity plus , , , Neat as a pin , . Success is hers. TREASURER RICHARD ALLEN Rick , . , always sports a mischievous twinkle in his eyes . . . loves ro harass the girls at second lunch . , . never with¬ out a bright smile and a hearty laugh p ■ . Kiris, girls, girls , . . with his great personality he is bound for future success. ROBERT ANDERSON ' Andy " . , . Hey Kid! . , " Of course, 1 didn ' t do my homework. " . , + Big smile , . " Howdy Doody 1 . , . Friendly ' s . . . always the center of commotion - - , Swedish . . . epitome of righteousness madman behind the wheel ■ . . good Suck, Bob. KENNETH ABRAMS Kenny . . . Has an interest in Saxonville , . cars . . . green hornet , . ■ older girls , , . jelly beans . . . Drive Jnns . . Good luck, Ken. RICHARD ADAMS A New Yorker . . . easy to make friends with . . . likes to collect HO dearie trains . . « likes to participate in all sports . , , wishes to make electronics his occu¬ pation . . . bound to be a success after graduation , . a good catch for any girl. KENNETH ANDERSON " Andy " « . . " Si " , . Green Ford . . . enjoys the Weight Lifting Club .. . , likes Chinese food . . . can be found at the Turnpike Jenny Station . . Ken hopes to attend Wentworth Institute this coming fail. Came from Kentucky last year . . . hopes to teach history . . . cannot understand- whatshesays , . . avid debater . . " I got a check from Mom! ' ' . . . loves to go shopping . . greatest little talker . . . all she needs is a willing listener . . has a manner that makes friends . , • and a personality that keeps them . . . good luck, Jannie. JANET ALLGETER FRANCES MARGARET ANGILERt Tran " ... a future secretary , . dislikes haw ., . Sadow ' s . . . " Oh, brother! " . . . dancing . , likes a certain green Buick . . . always smiling , « always neat as a pin . . . that Italian food " ♦ favorite class is typing - . collects records ami plays them LOUD! . .en¬ joys dancing . . . " People should always be on time!” . . . Best of luck in the future, ORA BAILEY " Bail” . . . quiet . . . good natured . . Likes sports cars . . . ' Hey Bail, can 1 borrow the Triumph?” . . . One can ' t help bur like him. ROBERT ANSTEY " Bob” „ , . subtle sense of humor . . , brilliant mind , ♦ . expresses himself well . . . rich voice . . . used to live in japan . . . known by all, but few ' have seen his other half . . . likes geology . . . has quire a rock collection . . . His future has no alternative but Success DIANE ARM IT AGE " Di " . . Saddle Shoes . . . " beauties " , . . " zoob " pleated skirts . Choco¬ late sundaes with chocolate ice cream . . . pep, vigor, and vim . . , Big Secret . . . one of the three " Ghosts " „ . . " Oh, Mr. Shea " . , dimples . Lincoln convertible . . epitome of cuteness ♦ , Biggest of the little cheerleaders . . " Home Sweet Home equals Friendly ' s " . . . " Talks too Much " . " Are you absent minded? " , , , Never without her gold jewelry. ROBERT BAKER " Bob " . . rail . . . good student . . . always in the library during A period .., a great person to know , ► . " What ' s Economics? " . . A friendly " hi " ! . . Mr. Carroll’s Modern Problems Class... " Did you do your bookkeeping? " . . . Sure to be a success. Good luck, Bob, CHESTER BALDWIN " Chet " . . , plays hockey in Needham with Dave Malcolm Co. ... loves pizza . , . can be found at Carl ' s Fiberglass Body Shop in Cochituate . , . Charter Member of 7-Elevens Club . . . Brown White 55 Ford . . . Intends to be a Math teacher. 35 GARY BALLANTINE Freckles and red hair , . . tall . ,, friendly . . . well liked by all who know him . . . drives a neat ' 55 Ford . . . likes everything . . gets along well with everyone , , . Airforce future. r SUSAN BARN5TEIN “What, are you kidding me? " . Susie B. , . , Northeastern Pin . . . What she lacks in height she makes up in per¬ sonality . . , Partial to Framingham , . Gordon’s , , . A year from May . . . a tribute to the class of 1961, RICHARD BARDELL1NI “Bard ' ... likes woodworking and metal- working , . . dislikes cauliflower and peas - . . going into U. S. Marines , plans to become a mechanic. NANCY BARSTOW Black Mere . , . " Lets do something different " , . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . , Hooded sweatshirts , . . Mrs. Van Os¬ borne r . c’mon . „ . inspiring actress . , . Trick or Treat , . , " Swing low- Sweet Chariot ' " . . . Shirley MacLainc ' s Sister . , . Peggy Lee . . , one of the summer cyclists. CATHARINE BARNICLE Katrinka " . . . Swiss or Swedish . . " I have nothing to worry about, Every day is a holiday " . , . Natick Federal Savings , . . letters, letters, and more letters , . , Trampoline enthusiast , , , Cape Cod, RHODA BEAN " Dolly " . , . " m-m-m, fried clams " , . future office worker , . . Hot Dogs! . . . Grant ' s . , , loves clothes . , a fellow knitter . . . " What will 1 do now? " , . U. S. Navy , . . Johnny Mathis fan . , Jove that square dancing . . . never an idle moment . , , dislikes no one . . . " 1 can ' t open my locker " .. , Aldcn. 36 TOBY BECKER Short . . . sweet . « and sincere . _ , anything for a free show and popcorn - . one of the top " 17 " . . . good things come in small packages , . . 4 11 " . . r Burden . . . food . « , shopping sprees food , . ■ F-H.5. . . , food , . clothes . . food , , T her car . . . ’ Let ' s cat " . . , good luck in the future, Toby. ROGER BENT " Roge " . , . an outdoor man . , t Eagle Scout: trustworthy, loyal, helpful, cour¬ teous, etc, . . . likes girl scouts too! . . , collects stamps, money, bruises on foot¬ ball team . . . makes witty remarks in Physics + . . He ' s certainly not shy and retiring!! . . , he bends over backwards to help a friend ... an ardent supporter , l ■ Spanish favorite subject , , , " el cetdo " . . . sure to succeed. SUSAN ELISABETH BELISLE True worth is in being, not seeming . , . avid jazz fan . . , local booster for SAN.E. . , . loves the theatre ,,♦ " prepy- do " ♦ . - current interests at Harvard, New Prep, Bucknell, Washington and Lee , . . may be found at Wellesley Col¬ lege tennis courts . . . Nantucket beaches . . . downtown Boston . . ♦ knows how to have fun. HERMAN BERANYK " Henri " . ■ , " Walt " . . . great lover of basketball . . . member of the " E " period gym class (where he once scored 56 points) . , . " Space Patrol " , . . popular senior . « , long blonde hair , . . " I ' m starved " . , . good student . . . ' Holy smokes " . . . Good JLick in the future, Herm . . . hopes to attend University of Mass. . . . born in the Ukraine. WALTER BELL Wally . . . interests in basketball . . . three year interest in East Natick . , . quiet . . . tremendous sense of humor . , . bent one . . . cellulose ♦ . . appetite . . . friend to have. JOSEPH PAUL BIGELOW Quiet . . a certain under class girl holds his interest . , . not too shy , . , honest and sincere . . . loves Italian food . . . dislikes ill-tempered people . , , hockey fan . . . likes Modern Problems class . is often seen on lower Academic . . . headed for the Navy , . „ Good Luck. 37 7 11 V MARY BLEASE Loves Skiing . . " Hi sweets! " . . . will trade skirts for slacks anytime . . . Johnny Mathis!!! . . . plans to be a private secretary . , . likes " C " period . r . onton rings ♦ . . Jikes a certain blue Ford . . . After school races for the bus. BRIAN BOKQSKE Brian . . , appears to be quiet « . al¬ ways seen in the middle of a crowd . . . loves a good time ♦ . . a special interest in the Junior Class . . . Ford convertible ... a. great friend to have . . - Best wishes for success in the future. ELYNOR BLOOM " Ely " , ♦ . loved by everyone . . . a ter¬ rific typist . « . famous for her " WILD " parties . . . one of the top ”17“ . . one of the " 9“ lives , . . Oh! those pajama parties . . . quite the down . . President of a youth group ... " I have to go to convention " ... “I have a great joke for you " . . . What would we do without her? NORMAN BLOOMSTEIN " Moose " . iron bail man . . , Twinkles ♦ . enjoys water skiing . . Ambition; throw shot put 72 feet, and coaching . . . great determination . . . he sets Ids mind to ' keep it up and you ' ll go a long way ' . WILLIAM BGN1CK Bill . . . West Natick ite . , seen with the " Spinney gang " ... witty . . . big liirt . . . always smiling . , . his per¬ sonality will carry him far. NORMAN BITSOLI Norm , . . quiet . . . can be found in A420 . , . loves a good time . . ♦ corner table in the lunchroom , . . nice long wavy hair . a loyal N. H. S. sup¬ porter. 38 PAMELA JOAN BOY1NGTQN " Stretch ' ‘... hamburgers and chocolate .,, " Many " . t . future ballerina ,. loves gym classes? , . . talkative . . a good friend and classmate ■ ,, sometimes quick . . r one of the Four Roses . . . Paul Revere , . . Fisher Junior College, JOHN BRADFORD " Johnny " or ’Brad " ... shy and retiring air ... a real nice guy to know . . . many feminine admirers ... a great friend of Bob Baker . . . always tries hard, and never gives up , , . bound to have good fortune in the future. THEODORE BRACKEN Ted . , good student , . . scientific mind . . outstanding football player , 4 . usually seen arriving at school about 8:14 , , , will never forget New Hamp¬ shire - . . many scars on his Ford , , . knows Norwood better than Natick . exquisite wardrobe . , , great on water and snow skis . . Ivy league bound. ANNE BRADY Annie . . . quiet and sincere , . habit¬ ually appears at Friendly ' s to stock up in hamburgers , . . hails from East Natick . . . always seen with a graduate of the class of " 59 " . . a wonderful gift of gab . , . sports a smile for everyone . , , with her exuberant personality future success is assured. DIANE L. BRADFORD " Peanut " . . . those potato chips In Modern Problems! . , . special interest in the Navy . . . " Itty bitty " . , . " Oh, bur why!?! . . „ often seen at the First National . . . " Hurry we ' ll be late " , . " Lu Lu " , . . Tm going to let my hair grow ' ” , , . members of " C period lunch. PAMELA BRADY " Pamzi " . . EdscI . . . horseback riding . , . " I cant, I have to study " . . . Quartermaster . . . oh, those slumber parties . . loves " Bali Hai and islands too " . r , Will you ever forget rbe last day of school i960? . , . Archibald , likes mustard on her pickles . . ► U, of M, . . " I’m on a diet " . , , " C 1 period lunch . . . one of the summer cyclists. 39 STEPHEN BRA1THWAITE Steve . , , curly hair - maintains a lively homeroom . . . often seen on Lake Cochituate . . . likes hockey . . . another West Natickke , . . the MOUSE that roars . . . sincere friend , , loyal sup¬ porter of the school , , . success is cer¬ tain KATHLEEN BRANAGAN ' Life-saver Kid " . . , " pie-e e-2e? " shorty skirts . plans to be a teacher . Spanish lint , has a passion for coffee ice cream sodas and fritos . " Jeepeis " . , . tennis . , . rend events out¬ side in sub zero weather between classes two lunches a day . everyone ' s books in her locker . . . changing hair styles . . . another new skirt . . closet full of clothes PAULA BREEN Tolly " . " Brceme " . . " Gee kids " - ■ . last minute projects . , avid hockey fan . ski enrhusiast , Wow rhose legs!! . . . sun lamps — stays under 20 minutes!! . . . telephone troubles . . Italian bread . Chemistry —- Oh, I didn ' t do my chemistry outline! . , an unused license. DIANE BREGOLI Beat . . Beat . . . Beat . . a Harry Bel- afonte fan . has a magnetic person¬ ality . . hopes to study theatre at An- tiock . . . frequents: Cambridge Mount Auburn Club 47 . . . Harvard . , Carousel ' s indespensihle apprentice . . is liked everywhere all of the time . . see the mischief in her eyes . avid Jazz and folk music fan. NANCY BROSS Jr. interest . . . enthusiastic French Club member . intelligent « , H,S, — quiet and reserved . . likes to eat at a!! times . can be seen with Marcy and Diane . . beautiful blond hair . . , No more pony tail!!! . . in lots of activities . . wants to go to the U of Connecticut to major in physical therapy . . " Nance " . . long black lashes RICHARD BROWN " Brownie " . not too many worries . not a care in the world , . . " How was the last half of the assembly? " . . is seen in the area of the office quite often . . . fun in the homeroom . . interested in anything on four wheels . . friends and more friends . . . " Did someone mention food? " 40 RUSSELL BROWN Russ . . , ' Weasel " . ,. often heard from in homeroom ... inexhaustible supply of vests . . . anything for a laugh . . . Where is Russ on Friday nights?? . . . Will remember chemistry with Mr, C ELEANOR BURTON Canada . . . likes every bit of Natick . . . a future bookkeeper . . . " Big deal " . . . Grant ' s ♦ . . dislikes Chinese food ... plays the piano . . D-period modern problems class . . , losses music . . , pizza , . , Hatry Bolafomc , . . always smiling . , , " ' What ' s the matter? " . . . loves to walk to work after school. LINDA BRUNEAU Sparkling eyes . . , loves New Hamp¬ shire . . « certain smile . , neat as a pin . , , called " Boone " , . . Senior Six . . , loves to water ski . . , enjoys pizzas but all chose calories! . . . blushes easily . , . favorite expression " Oh you ' re kid¬ ding " . . . certain interests . . . plans to be a Dental Technician , . . We wish you the best of luck . . . Patrick Henry. SUSAN BUSTIN " Smiley " . , . " Susie-Q " . . . always seen running for the Framingham Natick bus after school . . . " Gosh! 1 . . . Grants . . , " Oh I wish I didn ' t have ro work today , , , can’t buy enough sweaters . , . adores hot fudge sundaes . . . plans to go to Chandler ' s for rw r o years . eventually will be a C.P.A. (she hopes) , . . Gh-he-say-aka-pa . . , John Hancock, LINDA BUDNICK " Spues” . . . basketball . . . bicycle trips . . . that junior English class , . . an orange for lunch . . . valuable 5 P. mem¬ ber . . , " Not necessarily so” . . , studious . . lc rare look of innocence ... a good friend . . . always ready and will¬ ing to help . . . enjoys skiing . , , does camp work during the summers . . . nor as quiet as she seems , . . First of " The Nine Lives " . ■ PHYLLIS BYRNES " Tom Jefferson” . . ► quiet and sincere . . . friendly to know . . , Dreamer . . . good student . , . Poca Poca . . , one of the Four Roses . . + Safety Patrol . . , This is going to be a long day " . . , Best of luck from the class of ’61 . . T Oh-hc-say-aka-po t . . always seen run¬ ning for the bus after school. 41 LINDA CAMPBELL Typing whiz . , , Senior Six . . . plans to artend Fisher Junior College . . , a future medical secretary . . , A’Cap pel la . . ' Oh those L R. projects! . . . hamp- sters . . , advanced biology , . " Stiffy " . . , pretty blue eyes . . . West Natick . . " Have you done your A. 13. report yet? " . . . Best of luck in the future, Linda . , Hails from the South! k t SHARON ANN CAMPBELL A southerner . . . hails fora Kentucky . . . big plugger for J. F, K. during campaign . . - Zuyres best worker and saleswoman , wishes to go to m school . . . especially interested in SaxonviHe . . . surprised everyone when she cut off all her long hair. GASPARE CAPIZZO Gus . „ . quiet and reserved (in school that is) , . , hard worker ... a real great goalie . . . suave and debonair . . . tre¬ mendous competitor . , . oh, that ac¬ cent . , . spaghetti bender . . B. C? . . . prep school? . . . those dips at Hu fi¬ ne well ' s .. , . all the success in the world, Gus, in whatever endeavor you under¬ take. ROBERT CARROLL " Bob " . . . Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and that includes Bob . . professional drummer . ► . wrote the beautiful theme song for our senior play . . , plans to at¬ tend the Manhattan School of Music . . ■ member of the Musicians Llnion . . . chock full of talent, that ' s Bob, PATRICIA CHAMBERS " Pat " . , . " Hi k ids 1 h . . . Howard John¬ son ' s waitress . , , likes just about every¬ thing , , . pizza . . . future elementary school teacher . , . " track! " . . . dislikes boys who won ' t dance . , . " I ' m just line " , . . International Relations class . . . G- period clinic aide . . . always full of pep. vim, and vigor. KARIN CHRISTIANSON Came from Wellesley last year . , nat¬ urally nice . . . Casanovia Junior Cob lege? . . teasing blue eyes . ♦ , always neat . . . quick wit . . . pleasant to ah , . serious minded , . . faithful friend . . talks happiness , . . " a little non¬ sense now and then is relished by the best of men " . . , sure ro have great suc¬ cess in all that she undertakes . . . " Sac " . 42 CAROLEE ANN CLARKE Engaged . . . big blue eyes . . . Ralph . . . one of The Top 17 " , . . Newton . . Benjamin Franklin . . , always heard laughing during lunch . . enjoys going roller skating . . . her favorite expres¬ sion is " Oh Shoot " , . . one of the Four Roses . , Best of Luck in the future Cara let. ROBERT CLOW Bob , , another South Matitkite . . not too interested in school , . not often heard from . . a good friend . , . sure to succeed. WILLIAM COAN " Big Bill " , . hopes to enter reaching ♦ . . possible attendance at Boston College . . Member of the P.S. Club , , . likes the out-doors . . " for a few miffiires " Senior interest ... Sports fan . r . enjoys spaghetti and meatballs . . ' Cow eyes " . . good runner . . . " The Fellers " , PENELOPE MARIE COLE Penns ' . ., Espahol . . . Oh, those saddle shoes! . . wild cats . . . " tres tool” , jazz, especially Lionel Hampton . . , pizza. " Don ' t wrinkle your nose! " ...... field hockey pro . , . Oh, that Biology atmosphere! . T La Peggy Lee” r . , " Did you get your book re¬ port done?” . . . gullible . . wants ro be a psychologist. JANICE CONNELL Jan . . . good sense of humor . . . seen at the bank pulling the alarms . . . toves peanut butter and jam , , . " Oh no!” Swiss on Swedish . . . Wareham . . . known for her long golden locks of hair . . . " I thought I d die it was so funny” . . . Where there ' s fun, there ' s Jan, MONICA COTTER " Moo " . , . longtime employee of Wool worth ' s , . , one of our many loyal football fans . , . full of many jokes . . . oh, those short skins! . . . sincere friend . . . friendly towards everyone . . al¬ ways on the go , . . sure to be a success in later years. 43 EGBERT J. COTTER Bob . . certain Junior gtrl . black Oldsroobile convertible ♦ . loyal Natick supporter . . . friendly ro all . . , nice smile . . . joined the Air Force . . . class of ' 61 wishes you the best of luck. JOAN ELIZABETH COX Sweet disposition . . . that neat as a pin hrok . . studies hard . . . a sincere friend . . , hamburgers, catsup, and pizza . . , " What a riot " . , . J.C , . - last one to get a joke . . . has beautiful hair and eyes . . . do you take art? PAUL PHILIP COURNOYER Plans to enter Army after graduation . .. works at Mammoth Mills . . likes pizza . . . can be seen with Chuck, Fran, and Bill . . Pet peeve: under¬ classmen . , Hockey enthusiast . . . en¬ joys jazz . . , interested in hot-rods , . t holds record for obtaining library passes . . . " I ' m not always right, but I ' m never wrong ' PATRICK J. CUNNIFF " Pat” . . . formerly of Saratoga, N. Y. . ♦ . Cambridge Catholic High and — the " Coop " . , . member of basketball playing family , . . interest in Marian High School cheerleader . . . " blondes " - - . " What are you doing in rhat closet? ' .Air Force Academy is his ambition DOUGLAS COX Doug . . another product of W. Natick . « . can be found at the cafeteria at noon ... a certain junior . , ♦ one of " Mr. Carroll s boys " . . . ping pong in the ticket room . . . cute blond crew cut , . . seldom speaks but when Doug does, his words carry weight! SYLVIA CURRAN Attracted to stuffed animals in rear win¬ dows . . . " Nora Burns " . . always near . . . hails from East Natick . . clear blue eyes , . . pretty hair . . . Oh, those rufliesII! . . works at the Star Market - . a drum majorette . , , " termite”. 44 BARBARA CURTIS Sincere . . pleasant towards everyone . , , engaged , . interest at Boston Col¬ lege . . favorite color blue . , . loves french fries and pizza . . , a good worker . . . ambition — to be a wife . . . Best of luck in your future plans. JOANNE MARIE DAVID Always munching on potato chips „ . . “Do you know what? " . . . loves winter . . . “Oh, is this a thickly serried zone? " . . . she ' s far from a rat, but not really —■ (Advanced Biology Class) - ,. always has a problem . . . love that Spanish Class!! JACQUELINE CURTIS " Jackie” , , . naturally curly hair . a smile for everyone . . . Grant ' s . , " Bugs " . . . " Really " . , , likes a good time . . . plans to be a secretary . . . " Get serious " . , . hungry for pizza . . . likes to play tennis . . . often plays basketball . . . really goes for Elvis . . , looks forward to homemaking class. CHARLES DAVIS ' Charlie " .,. knows to sleep in class.. Oh, so quiet ... a good mechanic . . . is often seen parked along Pond St, up into the wee hours of morn . . . " Midge " . . . works at Stop Shop . , . Good luck, Charlie, RICHARD DALEY Always seen in his dark blue convertible . . . never alone . , . friend to all , . great mechanical ability . . . apt to be m istaken for his brother . . . tremendous appetite . . .quiet , « . where there 1 s a will, there’s a way . . . Best of luck in the future. We know you will be a suc¬ cess. GEORGE A. DAVIS, JR. " George " . . joined us just this year from Boston English . , . red hair . " Oh yeah " . t . Natick ' s contribution to the photography world , . ♦ sincere . ♦ . good student . . ■ hopes to attend either Northeastern or New York University . . . quiet until you know him . , good friend to all 45 ROSE DEMARIA Rose . . . bea utiful black hair, always in place . . . pert and petite , . . Loves her " C ' period Modern Problems class . . . North Natick and Navy . , . Sincere and a friend to ail , . Qb those salami sandwiches . , with her boundless en¬ ergy success is inevitable. THOMAS DOGGETT Dag . h often seen with Trcppa, seldom without him . . . slaves ar the Redwood . . " Finally got a car " . . , many mil¬ lions in the bank . , , ‘41 Dodge . , . timid with girls . . . wants to be a chef , . . good luck. WALTER DEMELLE, JR. Skip . . Oh myt size 13 shoe . H . hard worker and good leader , . Daddy . . . badges, kids , . . green sta¬ tion wagon . . " Pcrregrin " . . . De- Mo lay . .. , always there wirh the good rimes . , . riotous parries . . . subtle sense of humor . . . good student . . . ' culture vulture? JAMES LAWRENCE DOHERTY Larry « . , one of the boys . . . ' blue lights " ... 50 Ford convertible , . " ark " . . . " Doc " . . . cheeseburgers ■ . , Earleys , . . 2:30 . . . South Natick . . . New Year ' s Eve , . . popular with the fairer set , . , Good basketball player . . . good student . . . North eastern . . Good luck, Larry. DOROTHY DEWITT Dor tic . . . Squeaks . . actions speak louder than words . . . slumber parries , . . nursery rhymes . . , neat as a pin , . . nor as quiet as you think . . . a loyal ffiend . , . hates food . . . will be a sure success as a hairdresser. v. I EDWARD DONOVAN " Eddie " , , . gray Buick . , . likes all sports . . . A-168 . - . Cape Cod . , enjoys bowling ... on the track team . . suave . . . always seen in the latest apparel . , „ cheerleader . . . often seen headed for Wellesley at Natick. 46 MIMA ELIZABETH DORAN Reigns in East Natick . . . Loves jewelry . . , Jordan Marsh . . . interest in Co chituate ♦ . . Sports fan . . Lots of ftin . . Forever talking . , . Enjoys a good joke . . . Scads of beautiful cloths . . . Neat dresser _ . , We hope she wit I succeed in whatever she does. LINDA LOUISE DRUGAN " Droog " „ . , Continental interests . . . The Meadows , , , ' Not too hath and you? ' , . . Jordan Marsh girl „ , Hosts of friends , . , Wonderful sense of humor . . Noe a Gym enthusiast . . Always carefree . . . Loves a good time . - , A sweet sincere person to know anti have as a friend. ANN DRUCKER C B. A.!! . , H. S, member . . Re member 3rd year French? . . . Funny! . . Push aw Pont! in Mai tie ... A poodle named Pepe La Moco! , . , Latin scholar! Skiing over February vacation . , . Perre- grin l . . A certain birthday party! . . " No, I won ' t say it, " . . . " But I combed my hair! " , . . Gorgeous convertible . . , Long blond hair! . . P Can often be seen dashing somewhere. CORNELIUS J, DOWNING " Jay ' " , . Black + 50 Ford . r „ He hopes to enter Burden . , - Hockey fan . , . Pec peeve, 19. F. H. S. hockey player , . Interest in the Junior class , . . ' Corny " . . Can be seen with Dinny. Cliny, and Garvc , . , Brewsters . " Ah, you ' re just spoofm me " . - . Con¬ servative, good dresser . . . ' Where ' s my Car? " DONNA DUBOYCE Qui et at limes . . . Short . , . Stop ik Shop . . . Lots of friends . . . N. H S, supporter . . Pretty smile . , . Has a pleasing disposition . . , Small in stature, but big in heart . . , Neat . . . Best of luck from the Class of 61. JUDITH DUFF Duffer " ♦ . , What a voice! . . . The owner of a famous sweatshirt . , . Hard¬ working president of the French Club . . . " I ' m so tired. " . - . Loves Interna clonal Relations and Mr, Shea . . . Com¬ missioner of our able Safety Patrol . . " Come on kids, quit loitering. " . ., Great driver , , , Girl Scout punch. 47 RICHARD DUFFY " ' Duff” . - teacher s pcsc , , mischievous , . . loads of fun . . . wonderful person ality . . . good looking . " School!? " . ■ Best of luck in the future. WILLIAM DUNBAR " Bill " . . . " Wee Willie " . . . action speaks louder than words . « tall dark and dangerous . . - muscles . . . sincere friend . . . usually where the fun is . . , a really great football player - . , What happened to all those locks? , . . one of the " 4 " pilgrims . . . " Huh’ ' . , . Oh, those long long love letters , , special interests in the Senior class , . . Best of luck in the future. THOMAS DUGAN Matt , . . one of the more quiet mem¬ bers of the class of 3961 . . 1 favorite food: french toast . , , usually found at Eber’s Drug Store in South Natick, or Wellesley Bowling Alleys . . .an avid baseball fan . . . favorite all rime base¬ ball player: Ted Williams ... a great friend of Bob Dunn . . . Best of luck in the future. DAVID EGAN ' Dave " . . . Oh, that red hair . . . em¬ ployed at Stop Shop . . . interests in Wellesley . . , always on the go . . . Friendly . . . good sense of humor . . . good friend to those who know- him . . . enthusiastic . . . Best of luck in the future. PETER DUGGAN Pete . . . " Where did all those ham¬ burgers go? " , . . got his affinity for food from working at the Co-op , . „ likes football , . Joan . . . handy man back- stage . . highly skilled in metal work¬ ing ... pet peeve is one who thinks he knows everything . , . Prep school and then on to Wentw r orth. BARBARA EPSTEIN " Barbie " . . . " Hi Ya!” . . . " Anyone for pizza? " , . . models for Jordan Marsh . . were did you get that bach¬ ing suit? . . . Wow!! . . . gets $ dozen roses every once in a while . . . let ' s go waterskiing . , . " I ' m Mrs. Van Austin, darling. . . . One of the summer cyclists . . . Success lies ahead. 48 JOHN FALDETTA ■Chief " . . , happy-go-lucky ... Mr. Colombo ' s pet . . . " Balldetta . . one of the BIG tackles . . . not heard from until after 2:33 . . . prefers night to Jay . . . first at a parry and last to leave . . . The best to you always, John. IRVING EVANS Girls!!! , . . white station wagon . , , . . . need a new barrery? . . . anyone for Brewster h s , . , Florida . , r Oh, those parties! ... Oh, really? " knows 1001 ways to the country store ... owns a famous tape recorder , . , bow ls 253 . . . Newport, no jazz festival? CHRISTINE ERICKSON " Chris " . . . hot fudge sundaes , . . " Ob, those L R, projects!” . . " But why can t I have the car?” , . . shops in Brooks Bros. . . . collegiate . . . ' Where is everybody " . . . 3rd from top in class of " 61” . . really yells at foot¬ ball games . . . plans ro be a playwright . . , cherry life savers. KATHLEEN FAHEY Hopes to be a nurse . . . spends her free week-ends in Rhode Island . . likes rock V roll . . . always a pleasant smile for everyone ... an infectious laugh . . . jovial smiles her reign supreme . , „ her words bring friendship with them when she speaks . . ”and she ' s awake who thinks herself asleep " . . see rhe mischief that dwells in her eyes? BRADLEY EVERETT Brad , . . West Natick . . . dose friend in rhe Jr. class . . . one of the " Hartford Screer Boys " . . . always looks forward to Modern Problems , . . friendly, yet sincere . , . likes to play any and all sports. KAAREN FAHEY Quiet . , , nice car . , . can be found in A-170 , . . active in many projects . , . Tommy Sands , , nice smile , . . a loyal N. H. S. supporter who is sure to be a success. 49 JOANNE FANCY " Jo " - , . " Wow chose ' Bowling " shoes! " . . . avid sewer -— makes all her own clothes . . . adores shoes — only has twenty pairs . . . " The Mad Skipper " . , , terrific cook , , . loves pizza and spaghetti . . . headed for Northeastern. PATRICK FEELEY " Pat " . loves salads . . . girls and guitars . , . interests in North Carolina . « . hates detention and nosy teachers . . . " Play it cool " . . . can usually be fount! working at the Stop and Shop . . . future uncertain. JAMES FITZGERALD ' Fitzy " ... or just plain " Jim " , . affectionately known as maggot ' at Natick Meat Packing Co, . . . makes witty remarks . . . tout Ie temps ... he loves L R. . . . freckles ... ' Is Martha Fitzgerald your sister? " ... a real in¬ tellectual . . . cool as a cucumber . . , reserved and collected . . . considers himself a bookworm . . . certain Irish influence visible (he comes from County Donnegal where they car potatoes raw) , . . genuine and sincere. ROBERT FISHMAN " Bob " . . . never without a stick of gum . . , Well liked by all . « . Quiet and re¬ served . . , Make a great jockey someday. r mm BRUCE FISHER Quiet at first, but take a second look „ . skin diving cmhusiasr . . . spends free rime at bottom of any available water . . . mechanical ability?? . . . how about his cart! , . . New-man College next year . . . ambition is to become a marine Biologist. JOAN FITZGERALD Fitzi " . . . lot of fun . . . loves p.j. parries ► . . loyal football and hockey fan . . „ " Let ' s go to Hampton " . , . green Ford . . . Framingham . . . " What, me work? " . , . can ' t remember, jokes „ . . one of the " 7 " . . . interests in Man¬ chester, N. H. . . . always seen with Peggy , , . Best of luck in the future. 50 RICHARD FLINT Neat dresser ... the quietest friendship is often the best . . , hails from South Natick . . . artistic talent . . . sincerity is his motto . . . friendly personality . . . reliable . . . always willing to make a new friend anytime anywhere . , . Best of luck in the future. JOHN FRAZEE Trai o” . . . Hopes to attend North¬ eastern . T „ Pet Peeve: Latin . . , many female interests . . , summers at Cape Cod . . , likes broiled steak . . . " ' Fats Domino ' fan . . . Likes to dance . . . track man . . worthy T . . active in youth groups . , . wtJI liked. JOAN FORD Hyde Park ' s loss was our gain . , came to Natick in her sophomore year , . - many friends . . . full of pep . , hair¬ do ' s and clothes . . Brewster ' s „ . . a pleasmg personality , . . football games . . lots of fun . . , N.H.S. wishes you luck in your chosen held. JANICE FREEMAN Tall, attractive, brunette . . . many in¬ terests, especially in. S XOElville, Wake¬ field, Natick, and Rhode Island ♦ . Monk ' s Cleaners . . . Pretty blue eyes . , , ' ’Let ' s go to Marconi ' s for Jinner " . . . loves that Italian food ... a certain black shriveled olive . . . business school . - i Best of luck. KATHLEEN FRASER ’Jean " , . Reliable Cleaners . . high Hying later as an airliner hostess . writes oodles of letters , . loves blue . . " Thirds " , ’ M-m-m, spaghetti and hamburgers " . . . I ' errame and Tei- cher are her favorites . . . likes the Air Force f no one special in it, just that service) . . . daydreaming comes easily. CAROLE FRENCH New York . T long blonde hair . . . " Look lady " , . , coffee frappes . . . Saturday morning art classes , . . jazz — especially ’vibes " . . . apprentice at Carousel , . . Jordan ' s book department , . . " Isn ' t thar somethin? " . . . wants to be a designer , . " Frenchie " . . . seen driving a black Plymouth . . . wants to go to Clark University. l jL 51 RONDA FRYE “Ronnie " ' . . . Basketball an . . . hates college freshmen ... piano .. . Jose Greco . , . those costume parties . , , “If I can ger the cart " , , 5, P. squad . . . quiet on the surface, but on the Inside??? , t . skyways and fly ways ahead for Ronnie. JOSEPH FRANCES GARVEY Tremendous assortment of cars , . . al¬ ways willing to lend a helping hand , . . well groomed ... pet peeve — tall girls , , . practical joker , . , lost a bet with a certain senior? . . . Is silence a sign of intelligence? . . Good luck from the Class of ' 6L JAMES GARVEY Garv , . . has a large fan club al¬ ways the last to arrive at school . . can be found at the Gulf Station . , . " Pretty good, and you? ' 1 . ♦ . Jones ' . . neatness for sure . . . " Whcrcs 1 my license? " , . HANDSOME . , AD 28 . . , One of the boys! . . , Tops in everybody ' s book , , . PARDON ME! . . . Best of luck always. BARBARA FR1EDLAND Sleek white convertible . . „ special boy from New York . . ♦ University of S, Cab ifornia . , . Barbaras having a party . . . " Fabian " . . . College weekends . , I. R. , . . foorball , . , " Oh no, gym " , , One of the nine lives , . Future col lege success. PHYLLIS ANN GAS5ETT Clod-ettc , , . seen in a 53 cream and black Dodge, burnt back seat and broken handle . . . dislikes work . , likes bowl¬ ing, Framingham parties . . . Have you no scrooples??? . , . Whac happened ro all the boys??? . . neat dresser . , . plans to attend Chandlers and join Women ' s Air Force, PENELOPE GARRETT " Nickle” , , . " Why? " , , • sales girl at Jordan ' s . . . " Ohhh that lovely suntan " . - , french fries . . , future journalist , . Horse Neck Beach ., . dislikes soph¬ omore brothers . . . loves driving . . many hair styles . . . a smile for all. 52 RONALD STEPHEN GERBER " Gerb” . ♦ . Wethersfield Pharmacy , , Plans to enter engineering . . . Franklin Institute , . , Pet Peeve: Math . , . Likes to sleep « Drives a hot 52 Stude . , Qn be seen with Dick and Torro . . Sellews, likes to bowl . . . " Flat feet " . . Cheerful SANDRA GHETTI " Sandy” . , Always a smile . . . Em thnsia.stic cheerleader . . . good sense of humor . . . Oh that Chinese Food! , , Excellent Student . . Loves " away " basket ball games . . . " Please help me” . . One of the top 7 " - ■ ■ Wants to be an airline hostess . What’s our next cheer , . . A special interest in the Framingham hockey team , . , Sure to he a success. MARIAN MARGARET GODDEN " Mellie " ' . . Business » Males , , . Great little artisr . . Chartered member of AA..A. . Likes Pizza , . " Some Whaclyt?) " , . . Per Peeve: Boys(?) Always around . , . Reassuring, happy. RICHARD ARNOLD GOULD " Riich” . . Guitar player . . Interest in Leicester , . . Hopes to enter U.S. Coast Guard Academy . . ♦ likes Pizza . . Works at Co-op ... Pei peeve: dis¬ tance of weekend travel . . . Blue 55 Uncolni . . Good student . . . Deter¬ mination plus . , . Dependable . " Curly ,H . . . Friend to all . , Likes basketball. EVELYN GRADY Hails from South Natick , . lots of friends , , ♦ " That made me hate you " . . . Cape Code summers ♦ . . loves parties . . . Bridgton Academy interests , . nice to know , . willingness to help others , . . fun to be wirh ... good stu¬ dent . . pleasant manner . . . sports enthusiast . . loves red hair , . Sure to be a success MARY ANN GOWAN Pretty Red Hair , , A South Natick Gid . . Quiec member of Our class . . . Perite out Sweet . . - Neat as a Pin . . . friendly to all . . . is seen more than heard. 53 JOHN E GRADY G period study . . „ Honey Farms . . . those waits at 7:45 a.m t on cold days . ■ . Jack . . - blue Plymouth . . . often seen with Weasel and Red + . wants to become a Gym teacher . - fabulous left guard , . . skt trips ♦ , . has many strange but comical expressions . . . favorite class is International Relations, KENNETH CARTER GRAY Ken , , . " Chotxhoo " . . . saddle shoes . . . green Chevy ,, . fast man on cinders and gridiron . . falls asleep after earing . . always smiling often seen in the vicinity of A-157 , , ♦ has taken in a new boarder . . . East Natickire . . . Natick High wishes you the best of luck. GERALD GUNRUD Math whiz . . . hockey manager , - . menace of A-122 . . . Dairy Queen on Cape Cod . . . Manchester, Conn. . , , red interior . . . Wentworth Institute , likes Fords . . « Gerry always is in a good mood with never anything but the best to say . , . Rest of luck to some¬ one who is a Lot of fun to be with. ELIZABETH NORMA GRIFF15S " Beth " . likes lifeguards . . . " A sum¬ mer place " . , ' Oh, my gosh! " . . . Welch . . . I ' amour . . . " Great day in morning” , , dislikes crowds . . . very glad she T s short, , . " Oh-h-h, those long skirts!! " . ■ Maine , . . loves delicious appetizers . . . please don ' t wear navy with black . . . really goes for hockey and football. MARY LOUISE GRAY Beautiful piano player . . plans to study at Conservatory of Music . , , many out¬ side interests , , , especially at B.LL , , , quiet, but a good friend once you get to know her. ALAN GRINSPOON " Teaspoon " , . , green Nashcan . . . Hey there, sophomore " . . , " Off my back " . . . good student - . . too funny for words , . master of the " squeek " . - , phony sneeze , . proud owner of a fast? hydroplane . . originated many a teacher ' s nickname . . . a different girl every weekend . . . Transforms any dreary study into a bedlam. 54 ARTHUR HALL ‘Art 11 , , . Gromann " . . . " Skinhead " . . , has been known to speed , . . Walnut Hill?? . ♦ Sunshine stkkups . , Moonlight swims , . . a certain junior . . . weightlifting . ► . Highest scoring end in Natick ' s history ' . . well acquainted with the penalty box „ . left his mark in New Hampshire . . pizza anyone . . . Best of luck in the Future. CHARLES HAMMOND " Chuck " . . one of the more silent members of our class . ► . seems to coin¬ cide with old adage " Silence is golden ' . . always ready to share a good joke . . . many feminine admirers of his good looks and robust stature , . . Bound to be a success at whatever he undertakes. KENNETH HAMWEY " Mel” . . . head of N.H.S s answer to the Gestapo . . . avid basketball fan . . watch our johnny Most! . , . " It ' s around the rim, hangs there, and drops through ' ... Mr Fillides right-hand man . , . Bill Russell v.s, Will Cham¬ berlain . . has been accepted at a school in Wellesley . . . Sure to succeed in his chosen career. LAWRENCE HANSON " Larry " . . . from north-North Natick . yellow Chevy . . . small, but solid as a rock . . . likes sports cars . . . good on a surf board . . . Algebra II ... - chocolate cream pie . . . pizza . . . four years with Mr. DeFelice. BRENDA HARBRIDGE Horses ... trip to Europe . . . Wabbit . . . Future Teacher , . , Nurse’s Aide . , . likes Germany . . . another trip to Europe . . . quiet . . . " Bur wait home¬ work!? I . . , girls ' basketball . . . Track fan . . . Framingham State . . . said to have an inrerest in Ft vis Presley , . . An uncle that resides in Framingham!!! . , . favorite saying, " aufwciderschen eegads " . . . illegal work at U. of Mass. HERBERT HARDY " Husky Herb " ... as tall and sturdy as the mighty oak ... he can really liven up an Economics class , . . a good de¬ bater . ♦ , would make a good politician or lawyer ... a great buddy of Alan Grinspoon , . Bound to be a success after graduation. 55 KENNETH HARRINGTON " Ken " h , . Quiet but thoughtful . . , A necessity or a good assembly . . . knows everything about the auditorium ♦ . - Hails from West Natick - . . Always seen sweating it out over at the Wellesley Star Market . . . Plans to go to college. DIANE HAWKES " Hawksie " . « ' Water Rad 1 ... 3 letter girl? . . . " agravation " . . , like nil " - . " Got any gas money? " . . always hungry!!! Avid horse fan . , Q.M. Corps . . pixie hair cut . . . liaison officer for Pam . " C‘ period lunch , . . Shy until you know her!!!! . , . Member of the National Honor So¬ ciety!! , . . Squeeky clutch , , . ‘What, me use an emergency brake? " , . Sim¬ mons accept and . . . Chem Lab assistant , . . " Wow! " . CAROLYN HASG1LL " Carol " . . . Basketball Fart , . . Works at Woolworchs ... A funny word for everyone! . , . Fastest person in the world?? . . . Shares beautiful shoes , Said t i be afraid of the dark , . Friend of barking dogs , . . Looks bcatuiful in her brothers sweaters . . First one to fall asleep at P-J parties . Many hair styles, but loves to wear a hair net!! JEAN HAYDEN Enjoys walking in the rain!! . . Great Kid . loads of personality . . . Quiet like her sister. PAT HASSARD " Pat " . . A good and loyal friend . . . Quiet in school . . , Always laughing outside . . , Great fun to be with. % I SANDRA HAYDEN " Sandy " . . « Her cool ' 35 Ford is the envy of many a boy ... Quiet .. . Nice personality. 56 JOSEPH HENDRICKSON " Joe - - " Scrump” . . member of rhe famous 1H E " period physics class . . . likes cars — proud owner of a 1954 gold (?) Chevy , , . teachers pet? . . . famous for his practical jokes , . . hopes to go to Wentworth , . , a good friend . . , " one of the chosen few " - . . Good luck in the future, Joe, KENNETH H1BBERT ' Doc " . , . a joke for every occasion ♦ , . likes parties and girls (in that order) . . can be seen in Wellesley every after¬ noon . . . oh those C period studies . , likes New York , . . AI most wenr to Europe — for free. BARBARA HIGGINS “Barb " . - Colgate smile . « . Business student ♦ . . popular wirh all . . works at Friendly’s . loves (?) certain classes , . , 56 Chevy . M.YT. , ,, Pet Peeve: Anything and Everything , . " Get out! " . „ . North Natkk . . . Rides to school mornings in the " tee box " (Brr!). JOHN HIGGINS Quiet and very serious . ♦ . National Guard . . Hopes to further his educa¬ tion in photography . . . Member of hoys’ glee club and A’CappcLla . - - found in room A-122 every morning ... al¬ ways a gentleman . , Ml, CarrolEs Modern Problems Class . good luck, John. MARILYN HIGGINS " Cricket " • , sincere . . , Stop be Shop employee ... full of jokes . . shorr . . . many friends , . . gciod business student . . . always has a neat appearance , , good things come in small packages lots of luck from the class of 1961, Marilyn. MARY HIGGINS Quier . . . loves pizza . . . " Just wait until 1 get my red Corvette! " . . - foot¬ ball anj hockey games . , . enjoys horse¬ back riding . . + Cape Cod vacations , . , a smile and " Hi " for everyone . . . We wish you the best of luck in the future. 57 MARGARET HLADICK PETER HOLBROOK “Peggy " , . . winning smile . , . Have you seen her watch? . - « " Shaggy Maggie " , . Marine Corps , . . loyal hockey fan . . . one of the " 7 M , , . President of CY.O. . , . a space patroller . . loves Hampton , . , a gotnj student . . , Pa¬ jama Parties . one of the top " 17 " . . . chocolate » . . Sure to be a success in all she docs. LEE HOLBROOK Interested in Audio-Visual Aids . . muffler!! . , . turkey! ! . . . DcMolay . . . First lunch period dub , . . Blue Chevy convertible . . . likes to give medical re¬ ports in Advanced Biology ... an ardent collector . . . very tall , , . what happened ro Barb!! . . , Bang!! , from row seat . . . Cool it, Man . . . " Where ' s the sign " . . . without him our auditorium would be dark . . . B.U. or S.C " Pete " . . , avid Yankee fan . . . rock roll . . . Idolizes Conway Twitty , . . enjoys Public Speaking . . Framingham car wash . . , spends summers at Cape Elizabeth, Maine . , . will his speckled corduroys ever wear our . . . favorite all time baseball player Harry Higgins . . . Best of luck in his career as a teacher. SANDRA HOLT " Sandy " . . . " Holt 45 " . ♦ lone blonde hair . . . Elm Farm . . . said to be quiet, but we know differently . . . only Senior we know to have her own personal shop¬ ping cart . . , always the last person to dose Brewsters? , . . blue convertible , . , car trouble in the Sumner Tunnel . ♦ will do anything for anyone at anytime , . . Success lies ahead. DIANA HORAN r Di " . . . Oh, those studies . , a large supply of jokes . . . slumber (?) parties . . . A certain Modern Problems Teacher . . , crossword puzzles . , . blushes once in a while , , , an infectious laugh . . soap operas . . . dislikes gym . . . " Oh, my aching back " . , A friend to all . . . mischievous eyes , „ Success lies ahead. EILEEN HORTON " Terry " . , . prerty, long, dark hair . foreign service . . . " McGill? " . . . Mrs, Spofiord . _ . always smiling . . . " Cest la Vie! " . , . always in 3 rush ... “I got my license. Kids! " . , . " Ona Rus- ska ya " . . . Oh, those toboggan parlies . . . dependable . . . Hqiv does a poem mean? , . Likes the arcs . , . Loves I.R. . . , Sure to be a success. 58 WALTER HRIN1AK ' Butch ' ’ , . tabbed " the greatest athlete in Eastern Massachusetts " , triple all- scholastic . coo] in a crisis . . straw- berry blond . , . million-dollar wrists .. noonday ping-pong , . . impish smile ... Mr. Stehlin ' s prodigy . . hails from West Natick ♦ . occassional I y seen in Framingham . prep school. RICHARD INCORVATI " Twinkle ' ' , , , S-260 . hit of Christ¬ mas Assembly , . great voice . , avid sports follower . . . baseball . . most prized possession; new electric razor . Per peeve; being scoffed in homeroom by Butch, Dune, and Stewie , Stop Si Shop . , ambition; graduate . , sure to succeed in anything he sets his mind to. WILLIAM STUART JAMES Stewie . small but a big heart . . . one of the famous Albanians , . Nat icks biggest little basketball player . " Its ridiculous " . , can usually be found at the Natick Pharmacy . „ is well known for his " laugh " . . . wants a new car . , " Quako " SHERRIE LOUISE JANSEN The color orange, orange!! , . perpet¬ ual smile . . Western Reserve . . . Nike Missele . , . GlockenspeiUI! . . Senior Six , , . Safety Patrol . L R. projects . . , " Are you going to the hockey game? " . . member of the Revolutionaries , . . La Payette . . " 1 lost three maliots " . . . ' Goodness gra¬ cious " . . French club member . . a blooming psychiatrist . . . female tenor " Sherrie Lou " . MARCIA JANSSON " Marcy " . . ' All I have to do is dream 1 . , dislikes short boys . , certain in¬ terest in A-157 . . " Please don ' t call me Sandy " . , . tfute little car . , French fries and ketchup . . . ' M-m-m, chose veal cutlet sandwiches " . modeling . . . plans to be a Dental Hygienist . . " The thing is ' L ROBERT JEFFREY " Bob ... one of the crew from S-260 . , . has a shy retiring outward appear¬ ance . . to those who know him a real live wire . . noted for his fantastic collection of Ted Williams pinups , , . Jordan Marsh ' s favorite stockboy . . . professes an immense distaste for the fairer sex, but girls watch out! ... A sure bet for success. 59 JOY ELAINE JOHNSON Hails from Athens Ohio . . hopes to become a nurse, possible attendance at Ohio University . . girl-state . . , fun intellectual rype « ♦ pet peeve nosy people . . . Jordan ' s , . . good dancer . . . likes pizza . . . Senior interest , . , N-LLS sports fan DUNCAN JONES Dune , " animal 1 . . likes to travel . . . New Hampshire!!! New York . . green Chevy . . remember those rwo touchdowns? ♦ , . carefree . . Albanian translator . , many women , , • likes to water ski . . . Dig Splash!’! . . must have two stomachs . , pharmaceutical school - - . may someday run Jones 1 . ROBERT JOHNSON Bob . . . Co-op . , , " wood chuck 11 „ , , Guidance Library E period . . interest in Junior Class , . . Union House . . . Track . . . Bow lemma , . . OH! those A’s in advanced math ... An active in¬ terest in school, both academically and socially . , . thoughts of a teaching car¬ eer . , , success is certain for Bob. JANE KADLIK A good friend ro have . . , loves ro dance sleeps at pajama parries . , . Framingham , , . loyal sports fan . , . one of the top !7 . , . loves to eat .. . " 1 don ' t get it " , . " Hey fellas " . Best of luck in the future. SHEILA JOHNSON Said to be a wild driver . . quiet and sincere . . . red shoes . , . a certain in¬ terest in Canada . , , Best of luck in the future, Sheila, RONALD KADLIK Ron . , . What happened to that " hot " Ford? . . . and those crutches? . , definite leanings toward the opposite sex . . handles the Javelin like a tooth¬ pick . , . sharp crewcut , . always showing that winning smile . great boxing fan , . , or any sport for that matter , . . Best of luck, always. 60 KENNETH KANE The best football manager Natick High ever had . , . always sports a big grin ■ , big camera tan , . . sports car nut . . likes to spend summer, Sunday, afternoons in Thompson, Connecticut (sports car race) . likes to give ref- erees showers at football games. MARILYN KEITH " Keithic " . . . " Boo Boo " . . . natural?? jet black hair . . pajama parties , . - another? peps it , . , skiing . collector of trays . , , excellent driver , . . adores pie . , , enormous appetite . . . " Anyone have an old pro ject that I can use? ' . doesn ' t believe in doing homework . . , " Next year I ' m really going to study hard " , ., " What are you — a nut? " DIANE KARCHER A wonderful person to know . . a faithful Safety Patrol member . , spe¬ cial interest in Hudson . , Beautiful long hair . , . always neat . . . a friend to all . - A Cap ?lia . . . good student . , . sincere , , , " Buy my lunch, too? " . t . ' 52 Chevy . . . easy-going . . , great personality , . . has the ability to get along with anyone . . ■ sure to be a success. SOPHIE KEHAG10GL0U Enthusiastic , . a good worker " That which is striking and beautiful is nnt always good, but that which is good is always beautiful! " . . . has the human touch - . she is the happy kind whose nature never worries , . honesr fame . . . plans to be a secretary , . . awaits the truly good . . a certain success. EDWARD KAVANAGH Eddie . . , Desire breeds success another of the weightlifters . . . sincere friend . . always w r ith Gary . . . West Natickite , ♦ . knows his way around a football field . . greatest loves: foot¬ ball and food . . . Irish blue eyes . . Super-protein drinks . . , shy around girls . , ehvmble disposition . . . likes Springfield College. LOUISE KERN An asset to the Basketball Team . . . nonchalant on the court . . . a great per¬ sonality . . . that crazy orange hat „ , , studies hard ... a member of our band ... A " Down’ 1 Maine boy . . . dislikes being bothered when he is try¬ ing to study or read . . . ambition — to be a History Teacher. DAVID KENYON KING " Ken " , . . ‘‘Outdoor Mink " . , . Hails from West Natick . ., Can be seen walk¬ ing along Pond Street about 8:0t re¬ gardless of the weather . . . The real outdoor type . - . Keen mind . . . Star tackle . , - College bait . . . Wants to walk the Appalachian Trail someday . . , Good luck always, Ken. RAYMOND L KNOTT Sports fan . . . Pet Peeve, school lunches , . . Interest at Dana Hall, Wellesley. Hopes to attend Northeastern . . . Those rides ro the hockey games . . . Can be seen weekends at the Drive-In . . . Brok¬ en ankle kid . . . " Does Miss Pa in ton have a rubber stamp? " Him Farm blond hair . girl friends gixjd time . ROBERT KETO . " Bob " . . Oh, rhar " 54 Chrysler " . . Many , . Always looking for a . Vanity Fair, JOSEPH K1LEY " Joe " . . . Quiet shy, and sincere . . . Oh, what shoulders . . . Leader of the never-say-die football team . , . Chief of the C. Ms. . . . Guardian of the " N " Club s bulging treasury , . . One of the famous playground leaders . . . Food a plenty RICHARD KLEIN " Kleiny " . . , Dr. Jekyl) and Mr. Hyde . . . Quiet in class but not on the out¬ side . . . There ' s never a dull moment " Brewsters " . , Loyal friend . . . Good Luck in the future PAULA KLEIN " Punky " . , . Navy . . . Friendly per¬ sonality . . f South Natick . One of the Top 17 " . Short . A friend to all . . Nice smile . . . Last one to get a joke . Always neat . . , Black Buick , Loves a good time . . Often seen in 117 . Not as quiet as she se ems . . . Attractive , Extremely pop¬ ular . " Hey, wait for me! " 62 JUDITH KONOW1TZ Short and cute . . . Has a certain senior interest , .. Likes Italian food . . . Partial to (he opposite sex . . r Bean anti Bug . . . Hopes to attend B. IL for Business Administration . . Happy-go-lucky . . A true friend. BETTYLOU LAMBERT " Lou " , . Quiet, {until you know her better!) . . . Junior interest « . Re¬ member the splash parties?! . . Petite blonde . . . Sincere . . . Came from Phil¬ adelphia as a freshman . . . " Who, me? " . . Wants to be a teacher. HOLLY LAWRENCE Jordan Marsh Candy Dept. . . . Beautiful eyes . . . Art . Oh, those French classes! . ■ . Johnny Mathis . . . Cheese , . . Honor English " Holly Christ¬ mas " . . Aqua Velva , . . " Shrub " . Liked by all „ . ♦ Drives a tan Buick , Arpege , . . French club . . . What hap¬ pened to the dues records?! , . . Wants ro go to Mass. Art. PAULA LAUBNER What homework! ? ,.. French . . . Meat- ball sandwiches! . . . Tm gonna buy a wig " . . . Menace to the highways! . . . Can be seen driving a blue and white Oldsmobilc? . . B. U. ... Can be seen with Janice, Fiona, Ginny, and Carolyn . , . Worked at the Mall . , . Helped Mr. Slam in out of the Drivers ' Education car. JOHN WARREN LAMONT A quiet member of our class . . Drives a ' 53 green Pontiac , . - " Don ' t get shook! " . Gets along with almost everyone , . . Small in size only . . . Seen but not heard. MARIANNA LECCACORV] " Squecgy " . " Summer Place " . . Gardner McKay . . . Tab Hunter . . . Likes Dartmouth . . . ' Tm from South Main Street! " . . . Troy Donahue , . . Football and basketball . . . Can be seen after school in A-II7 - . . Sandy. Joy, Geri, Pam , , . Beach time . . . " Can 1 drive? " ♦ , , Long brown hair , . Sincere friend . , . Certain junior brother . . . Top 17. 63 WALTER LEE ' Joe " ' . , . East Natick . . ♦ Likes to play hockey ... St. Pat ' s . good student . . . Wants to study Civil Engineering . , . “Hot Dog ' . . .Friendly’s . . . One of Natick’s loyalest Hockey fans . . . Shutter bug ♦ . . Hopes to attend Northeastern . . , Loyal friend of the “King " . . . Has the ability to achieve success in his chosen field. HOWARD LEV1TZ " Howie ' ’ . . ' Til never go to another party likt that, or will F7 . „ . Interests in Framingham . . . Wants to go into Hotel Administration . . . Good dancer , . DeMolay , . Tennis Team . . . " Got your home work finished? 1 ' , Mr Kilroy . . . The Captain . . . Wavy hair . . , ”1 backed into what tree? " , . . Sure to be a success in anything he docs. JAMES LEFEBVRE “Billy” , , , Came to ns last year from Vermont . , . Vermont ' s loss is our gain . , Interested in Mechanical Drawing . . Enjoys playing golf and baseball , . Very witty —- makes his haul during snow storms . . . Popular among those who know him . . . Great personality . . Sure to succeed in his chosen field of endeavor. GEORGE LEWIS " George ' , „ . Coolest member of Senior Class . , , Unforgettable smile and in¬ fectious laugh . , . Likes classical music. Jazz, Modern Art, Piazaburgers, and Greek Pastries . . . Known for collegiate Sport Jackets, dirty white sneakers and goatee . . . Dislikes conceited people and gaudy clothing . . . Plans ro attend New England Conservatory of Music . . Good luck, George. JOSEPH LEONE ’ Joe " . . . good basektball player . . , Often seen at the hospital (working that is) . , . Blue Ford . . . Shy and retiring , , . a member of that Friday C-pcriod study . , Conscientious . . . Tries hard . . , Good luck, Joe, WILLIAM LEWIS ’ Bill” , Led our class for three years . . , Great Student Council President . , » Fine speaker . . . Good looking . , Big flirt . . . Scuba-diving , . In demand with the opposite sc . . , Intelligent , . . Often seen in a small " bug " , . . College bound (predaw-) , . . Trips to Bowdoin . . ♦ Probably the greatesr cog in the wheel of our class ' s success , . . Speaking of success. Bill ' s will be eternal. 64 CAROL ANN LINDQUIST " Bomber” . . . good worker . . , baton champion , . - loyal football and hockey fan . . . likes a certain senior boy . , . " Just forger it! ... one of the ' 17 ' , , cries while laughing! . , , airline hostess . . . loves to travel , . . famous for p-) T parties . . . best of luck in what¬ ever you do. MARCIA LOCKHART " Mauda " . . special interest on Everett Street besides her own house - . . " I want to go to U. of Mass. " , , , Math . . . Oh that I. R. , . . " Did you sign up for NROTC? . . , hooded sweatshirt? , . waterskiing? , t . another episode ... college weekends . . . bookhunting at Harvard Square . . " Deep Purple " . . . Martha ' s Vineyard , ♦ one of the sum¬ mer cyclists .,. college bound. INGRID LOFGREN Her sunny nature wins her lasting friends . . . always friendly, pleasing and kind . , . her inviting laugh can be re¬ sisted by no one ... a tried and loyal friend . , ♦ loves to sing . . quiet, some¬ times . . . can ' t keep a secret . . . sports enthusiast , . . impish ways . . . mis¬ chievous ... a very neat dresser . . , Ingrid ' s headed for success! . . one of the Senior Six, JOHANNE LONGO Will either study, dance or major in English , . . quiet, sometimes - . . fond of artichokes. Program P. M, p clothes, reading, and T.C.N. . . , " Can’t anyone spell my name right? " . . . avid Jazz and Folk music enthusiast , . . doesn ' t like the outdoors . . ♦ " Lets go shopping! . . . frequents Boston, Amherst and the post office ... is attracted by ultra-mod¬ ern trend. PAUL LOVEZZOLA Always busy , . , pizza „ 4 Galaxy and Rudy ' s . . . supporter of all our sports events . . sincere , , , good friend to have . , , capable worker . , always willing to lend a helping hand . . . seen driving his green Dodge . , . Good luck in the future, Paul. LOY A. LUTTON, JR. One of the brighter kids at N.PLS, . , . always a pleasant smile for everyone , , plans to be a pharmacist . ♦ . quick with a slide ruler . . . South Natick , . . quiet . , . Eber ' s , . . sure to be a success. DOUGLAS MAIN " Doug " , . . Doug joined us just this year ... he formerly lived tn West Germany . . Germany ' s loss was our gain . . . world famous debater (Mr. Columbo will verify it) • ■ Spores enrhusiasi . . . " I ' m going ro miss my bus " . " no kidding” . . . " Aui Wetdersein " , famous relative , _ , well traveled . plans to attend college after graduation. FIONA MAE MARCO " Fi " . . . the fountain at Wool worth s . . likes clothes . , " 1 don ' t know!” ■ - dislikes vegetables . . Harry Bela- fontc . . . future elementary school teach¬ er .. . A-pcriod math class . . . painting . . likes her grandmother ' s spaghetti . . . ’Hi everybody " . . . beautiful eyes . . " Could you do your math? " . r doesn ' t like homework. MAUREEN MAFEEI ”Moe " . . quiet but friendly . . . loves sports and is good at them . . . member of the best homeroom in the school S-263 . . . beautiful black shiny hair. Best of luck in the future Maureen . PATRICIA MANSELL The eternal triangle . one of the three ghosts . , " I’ll diet tomorrow” . . Friendly ' s . . loves to go to church on Sundays . , . school spirir-plus . . . Regular trips to West Natick . . , Amer¬ ican girl look . . world wide letter w-riter . . What, homework?? trips to Craigsville Beach. DAVID MALCOLM " King " . . , enjoys hockey . . " Falcon " , . wants to study Electrical Engineering , . Northeastern ... ‘ 4 Chevy for sale . . enjoys water skiing . , pet peeve Moose and John , . quiet but sneaky . , . works at Fitts Photo Shop , witty . , a friend to everybody .. likes to cat , . . has the ability to go a long way In furthering his education. MARGARET LYNCH Better know T n as Marge or Peg . , , " Muscles” . . . double lunches . . . friend¬ ly . . . particular interests in the class of " 60” . . loyal football fan . . favorite expression " Get serious " . . . loves to bowl , . Oh, that E period Law class! . . Best of luck from the class of 61 66 GRACH JOANNE MARINELL1 " Grade " - . . Popularity plus plus . , , Men over }0.,. Old Spice . . . Slumber (?) parties , . . Crossword puzzles . . Has a line of friends that extends a mile . . " Mr. Lowell is fabulous! " . , it isn ' t whaE she says, but how she says it , . Her wisdom is manifested in her continual cheerfulness , . . Liked every¬ where all of the time . . . Plans to teach mathematics . Has that wonderful human touch. JANJS MARTIN " Jan " . . . Has a truly unique laugh . .. Spends much time at Lake Placid . . . Witty to talk with . . . Always in mis¬ chief t , . Vigorous in deed . . . Has a smile for all . . , Has an ans wer for everything + . . Has a devilish sense of humor , , Life of the party . . . Always carries novel handbags . . P Carefree . , Hopes to be at Syracuse next fall. JOHN MARTIN " Cal ' , . . Likes outdoor sports • . . Fishing . , , Quiet . . . Washington Avc. Red hair . . . A-107 . , , Highly skilled in woodworking . , . Shy and reserved . , , ' Calvin Coolidge " . . , Puts effort into anything he does . . . The best of luck in the future, CaL MARJORIE MATSON Hopes to be a nurse ... Is envied for hot beautiful copper-red hair . . , Soft spoken . « , Elf-like grin , ♦ . Appear¬ ances are deceitful, for mischief dwells within . . . " Laugh and the world Laughs with you " , , ♦ Member of the 4-M Club ... A sports enthusiast . , . Plans to attend Massachusetts General , . . From there onward to success! DONNA MAYO Cute smile . . . Owmer of a motor le$S boat . . . Loves to w r aterski . . . Originator of the elite expression " Much coolness " . . . " Who can ' t see? " . . Junior college , One of the summer cyclists . . , " Underclassmen " , i V sandra McAlister " Sandy " ♦ . . Mischievous eyes , . . Good sense of humor . . Charlie , . . Likes Corvairs and pizzas . . ♦ Hazel’s first out of the parking lot ♦ , . A hard worker . . . Friendly , , . Studying to be a cake decorator , , , Best of luck from the class of 61. 67 RONALD McGEE " Buzzic " , . oh those wrists . , , dog troubles . . . from no man ' s land . „ « often seen in a gray Olds . . . 2 — lbs, . ♦ buddies in Wayland .., enjoys boat¬ ing and sleep!!! great in sports . . . firm hand shake . . . famous class bracelet . „ . Good luck. SANDRA McAULEY Sandy . . drives a red and white Olds . . , quiet _ „ artistically inclined sophis¬ ticated hairdos + . modeling . , , friend to all . , . clothes right out of Vogue . . one of the top 17 . , . loads of laughs . . Remember that march! H!!!! Dean Junior College. ANN McGARRY Beautiful hlonde hair . . . Wool worths . . . pleasing personality . . . thoughtful to everyone . . . good student . . . plans to become a nurse . ♦ Success is certain. CHRISTIE MtEN DEEPER Chris . . . 5 2”-eyes of blue . . . gentle- men prefer redheads too! ♦ , . a certain interest at Mount Herman , . . a way with the boys . . . " Oh my gosh! " . . " So solly, Chlishic gone to China. " , . , playland by the sea . , will make an excellent teacher. n Paul McDonald " lek " . + . one of the " boys " , . , hockey f remember that Fram, scrimmage} ? ... waterskiing ... a certain summer in N.H, " pretzel sandwiches " , r propri¬ etor of the " clubhouse” . . . drives the fire-wagon . . . " Is that right? " . . . Ken ' s Steak House . . . headed for U of Mass. BRUCE McGEE Gee . . . smart p but not too hard a work¬ er . . . summers at Chatham . . inter¬ ests in a certain sophomore + . . smile for everyone . , . one of the junior base¬ ball " Hoots " . . . one of the Hartford Street boys . • , popular . . . Jordan Marsh{?) ' . . . good luck in the future, Bruce. ARTHUR McHATTON Art . . . black ' 53 Ford . . , can be found anytime in the Fckhvtlle . . . area . . . favorite class — Economics ♦ one of Naikk High ' s great spaghetti eaters . ■ . responsible for many good times in A-107 .. Good Luck to Arc DONALD McLEOD Dun . . . six feet plus . , . Slamin ' s Gas Station . . , prominent in cafeteria . . marshal ' s circles . . . not too interested in school . . . “’Will that snow-blower ever by finished? " . ♦ , fond of food . . . " What size did you say those hoofs were? " r . one of our quiet members. Patrick McLaughlin " Pat " Don Juan of Natick High . , , Liked by everyone . . . Great sense of humor , ferritic personality . . . truly a real class down. CECELIA MERCER " A " period gym class . . , No breakfast . . . quiet only on the surface . . Elm Farmer . . , Neat as a pin . . . Pretty brown eyes . , . The class of ' 6l wishes you the best of luck. DAVID MERCIER Black Ford station wagon . . W. T Grant ' s . . , plays hockey with Boh Sta¬ cey and Company at Worcester , ♦ . smooth operator with the girls . , . good sense of humor . , always ready to share a joke . . . cant miss success in the future. thomas McLaughlin " Butch " . . . hails from Alaska . . . well- liked by all . . + usually found near Mr. Carey ' s room before school , , never without his comb , . . good companion - , . will find a good future in the Air Force, 69 CONSTANCE MERRILL Connie . . . friendly . . . loves to dance , . , certain interests in D. . . . long, pretty hair . , , favorite expression, " too bad” , , . pizzas . . . favorite color, blue . ♦ . loves a good time . . . ambition to become a Secretary , , . Best of luck, Connie. LINDA MERTEN X " period lunch . . , " Mert” . . . men ace to the highways , . . look out for her on the hockey field . . What hap¬ pened to her in the team room after she took a shower? , . . Rabbits, anyone!? . , an Ho-Jo kid . . Ames Brothers . . Member of the 4M dub , , . Blond ie . . avid sports fan , . Anyone for French? . . . elementary teacher » , . Bridgewater Stare , , . Good Gravey . . . Davey!! ROBERTA MING ACE Bobbi ... In and out of mischief . + . likes halier ... a rock ' n ' roll fan , . . warm smile for everyone . . , sincere . . a sports enthusiast . . . everybody ' s friend . . ♦ always on the go . . , fun to he with . . . will make a good hairdresser . , . her inviting laugh can be resisted by n J one . . can ' t keep a secret . . . good luck In all you do, Bobbi, GEORGE MILLS DcMolay . . . likes Geometry’ r , . SI.89 worth of dams! , . , What ' s the baps? . . . Fab!! , , . Bert in rhe Senior Play . , . Can be seen with Cal and Larry , . , " Ho JoV ' , . . good dancer . . . Who likes Ben Hur? , , , neat dresser . . . Trips to the haunted house! 1 , . Ten¬ nis anyone? . . . has a slightly used but warm racoon coat! , . . Can often be seen carrying shoes. PAMELA MILLER Avid sports Fan . . . has a cool bird . , . Public Speaking Class . . . tuna-fish and pickle sandwiches , . .. Always eat your dessert first ... run to lunch much? . . . Cape Cod summers . . . comfy marresses for p 4 -j. parties ♦ . . " Pammie " , . . blond-short-curly hair . . , Skidmore _ . . said to get a red face when she laughs! . . Member of the 4M dub. t j J £ FLORENCE MOORE " Chickie 1 . , . one of the great scientists of N.H.S. , . . Quartermaster . . . " Ma " , hopes to be a Bio-Chemist ... urn decided abour where to attend , . , a must at any gathering . . , " Now, what u r as that? " . , , usually seen with Sandy and Diane . . . " Good grief! " . . , Mem¬ ber of ”C " period lunch . . . sport fan - , . likes to swim . . . " Boy, that ' s ag¬ gravating! " , , . good dancer . , . excel¬ lent student. BARBARA MORGAN All around nice person , . cure , Oh, those eyes . . . never a hair out of place ... a special talent with a sewing machine . . . summers spent down the cape ... has her own car??? . . , great participant of school activities , tons of knee socks ... a smile for everyone anytime. FRANCIS MORRIS " Franny " . . , " M M " . . . West Natick . . . Chocolate cream pie . , , enjoys playing hockey and baseball , . . plans to enter the Navy , . . interested in printing . . usually found with Biily, Paul or John . . , and of course Bob . . f " cool as a moose” . , . am¬ bition; to be 6 feet 2 inches tall . . . " Cinema 7 " . . . Best of luck. WILLIAM MORRISSEY " Biil " . , , two green Plymouth , . . Look Draw . , . " 22 " strings at Kemp ' s . : Late customer at Farley ' s . , . Herm- troid . . . Bandaid rims . . . often seen near Lakeshore Road , , . Handsome,.. Oh, those brown eyes . . . Dependable friend , . . Quiet? . . . Coca-Cola and French Pries, with lots of salt , . . Good worker . . . especially when being paid for it . . Good mood when awakened in the morning?? . . , Headed for big things in the future ,, , Success is certain. One nf the shorter girls in our class . . . very quiet and very sincere , . . has many friends . . . excellent ability for sewing .., girls room ... loyal Natick supporter . . . can always be found in S-2 5 . . definite success ahead. RICHARD MOSHER Mo " . . . one of the more quiet mem¬ bers of Natick High ... a very loyal supporter of all N.H.S. sports . . . al¬ ways ready to share a joke , . . never appears over excited or nervous . . . a truly great friend . . . bound to climb the ladder of success with ease. GAIL MOSMAN " Gail " , . . neat dresser . . . International Relations . , . Lorelei Lee . , t enjoys Chemistry?? . . good cook , . , shines in English Class . . . likes popular music . . . " C-period lunch " . . . sparkling eyes . , " Jck " . . . Future Teacher ' s Club . . pert and petite . . , Francais. PETER M0STECK1 " Moose ' " . . . Bashful, but not with his friends ... A good student . . . Enjoys food H Oh char 41 Plymouth " . Col¬ legiate . . . " How do you speed —? " , . - Plans to attend college . . . Best of luck in the future. DONALD MULLEY " Mull " , . . Tall . . . Really tall , , . Blond . , . Indoor track . . . Nice boat Spends summers in Maine . . . Heading for B. U. . . Money bags . . . One of the Hartford Street boys . . . Employed at Elm Farm .. . " Where ' s a gas station? " . . . Plans to rake up business studies. PAULA MOSTECKI A friend to deed . . , full of fun , . . Very likeable . . . Reigns from East Natick . . . Loyal N.H.S. rooter , . . So nice to know _ . . One of the " 7 " . . , Interest at Northeastern University . , . Sincere ... " 1 got my license " . . . Cure smile . , . Twin brother . , Sure to succeed in whatever she does. JERE MUNRO The comedian of the tumbling assembly . . . Said to have a passing interest in football and other sports . . . Likes La- sagnaE . . . A petite Mickey Rooney . . . Always seems to run to second lunch . . . Works at Framingham Car Wash . . . Scrubs the dirty cars! . . . Always ready with a joke for everyone „ . . " Cool Ann! " . . Sandy . . „ Red hair and bright eyes. JOHN MULLANEY George Weeloo . . . Chester . . One of the boys . . . " t want my hat. " . . . Cafeteria marshall . . . " I ' ll get killed for doing this . . Always with bis suede jacket . . . " Let ' s have a party. " . . . Burdetr . . . Bond ' s Drugstore . . . Drive-In . . . " Where ' s Feeney? " . JOHN PATRICK MURPHY " Murf " ... Is a sincere fellow . . Al¬ ways in and out of mischief . . . Has a way with the opposite sex . r . Plans to enter the Air Force , . . A sports en¬ thusiast . . . Always has a look of inno¬ cence ... A good companion and a firm friend ... Is certain ro be successful as a future surgeon. 72 JOYCE MURRAY Founder of The Girls Football Team . „ . Thanksgiving Day Football Game . . A true friend . . . Great record collection ■ - ■ pajama parties . . , Leonard Morse Hospital . , , Loyal NJLS. Rooter . . Never in a hurry for anything or anyone -. . Seems quiet, but — HOWARD FEED NELSON ' Spider Legs " . . , big Beef Specials — at least four a month , . chocolate awful itwfuJs . . . Progressive jazz . , . Pet Peeve — conformity about the school . . great admirer of Mr. Garnet ' s Ivy League clothes Ham radios „ . . Reg¬ ular visitor at Walnut Hill!!! . . , and Wellesley High! SHEILA NEWHOUSE Big Brown Eyes , , . One of the Sher¬ wood Girls . . . Mount Snow . , , Paul Anka Fan . . . " No, seriously " , . ' Short skirts” . . . always fixing her beau¬ tiful hair ♦ . , One of " the Nine Girls” . . , Always carefree and gay . . , Un¬ usual handwriting . . . beautifully , , , A loyal and true friend. ELEANOR NEWMAN " Ellic " . . . one of the East Natick kids , . . - ' Wild Child? " . , . Piaza ... a great advocate of long, long vacations and shorr, short school days ♦ , . only senior to know the correct number of bricks in AJ-2H? , , “Anyone need a pass for class?” . . Ambition: to be secretary to D. C HARRIS NEWMAN A conscientious student . . , Natick spirit shown at all the games . . . quiet . . . always ready to make a new friend . . . pet peeve: dissecting cats . . . enjoys having a good time . . Latin . . . de¬ pendable - - - sincere friend . . . can ' t help but be a success. ANN NICHOLS " Nicki " . , . a wonderful person to know . . . lovely long, blond hair . . . one of N.H.S. cute majorettes . . loves skiing in Maine . . . excellent appetite for food . . . certain interests Dean Jr. College . . . pizza . . , favorite expres¬ sion: " follow that car ' . . . loyal hockey fan . . , the class of 61 wishes you the best of luck in the future. 73 BETHANY NICHOLS " Penny ' ' . . . organist . f has been to ten schools in ten years - . . plans to a Christian Education Director . „ . likes English . . . music . . mush! ' 1 . . . likes people t . . beautiful hair . . . Kingston Trio « . loves to eat (but always stays slim) , , . " Christmas!! " . . . smiles con¬ stantly , . . ”1 hate people who are false 1 DOUGLAS NICKERSON " Nick” . « likes LR. . . . tennis team . , . a muscle-bound weight lifter . . . President . . . interest at U, Mass. . Cape Cod . . . " Light-Bulb " . fish¬ erman , . . Chcm, Engineer . . . Swish!! . . . Tufts . . pet peeve — short lunch periods . . .Skiing . . . likes hockey, girh. SANDRA L. NICKLES " Sandy " . . quiet . . . friendly smile for all . . . one of the top " 17 " . . . so nice to know . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . there ' s a sparkling friendly way about her . . « considerate . . + pretti- curly hair . . . neat, helpful, and sincere . . . Success is certain. COLETTE O’DEA Fiery red hair, but an amiable person¬ ality . . very quiet . . . wants to be a secretary. JOHN O BRIEN " Q,R. " . . likes sports cars . , wanted a Corvette, but came down to a V. W. it " s cheaper ) . . . nice to know and to be with. 4 GERALDINE O KEEFE " Geri " t . partial to football captain — 1959 . , . athletic? . . . always hungry - . . college weekends . . . " Snow Prin¬ cess " ■ . . hamsters named Ham and Eggs . . ■ advanced biology . . . " only 443 more hours until . . , modeling for six years . . lifeguard . . . " Oh no, not late again " . . . " Oh boy, cake! " . , . " The Olympics " . . . morning trips to Boston .hates butter , . " 1 thought it might be fun, don ' t you know ' 1 . . , known to tell certain stories 74 KEITH OLDFIELD Honey Farms . . Those waits every morning, especially when it is cold . . . Red . . . Great i960 Football Manager . . . Hockey . . . Seen with Jack and Weasel . . . Too eager with the menhi- olatc ... A good sense of humor . Has a serious side too . . . Hard worker — especially around From rime . . . Best Palm Tree maker this side of Flo¬ rida. GEORGE FALLI Sharp dresser . . . seen in the big Olds . . . Great dancer Iso the girls say!!) . . . George Farris” . . arrives at 8:16 every morning . . . Homeroom: AD-28 . . , Second home; Joness Drug Store , , , Another Albanian . . , Good luck. George. DAVID OLSON Dave . . „ one of the shorter seniors . . . Ushers at the (d nt-ma . , . Brother of Johnson . . , Many outside activities . . . Best of luck in the future to a good friend JOE O ' SULLIVAN Jue ' O . . . " Are you for real? " . . What a laugh . . One of Natick ' s most loyal supporters , , . Punctual . . . Beautiful sweaters , , . PersonablliTy, popularity, plus ... A true friend . . . " Do you have a piece of gum? " . . . Likes girls . . . Always in a good mood. ARLENE PAQUETTE " Leslie” . , . Sis . . . What would she do without that red window scraper? . . . Every morning — 7:15 sharp! . " Mother may I have the car today? " Professional palm tree builder . . . " Have you got any coffee beans left, Arlene?” . . The grear chairman of our truly great Junior Prom . . . Will surely be¬ come a wonderful Airline Stewardess. GILFORD FELLERJM " Gil " . lives on the Natick-Framing- ham line (almost a frairorj , . . Works at Mammoth Mills . . Blue Plymouth , . . Always ready to share a joke . . . Bound to be a success after graduation. 75 GERALD PH1NNEY " Chad " „ . . chatterbox . , always laugh¬ ing . . . many friends . . . attends all parties . . . it ' s never quiet when Chad ' s around ... a friendly guy with a tre¬ mendous personality , . . ready to work and give a helping hand, ANTHONY PESSINI Tony . . . hails from South Natick . . best player in the Natick-Ftatningham game . . . will always be remembered for his valiant display of courage . , , half Irish , , popular with the girls . . smart , . « true friend . . . and sings, too . , . a bright future is certain. WILLIAM PHILLIPS " Bill " . . member of the Car of the Month Club . . . likes football barbe¬ cued beef ♦ , . following in father ' s foot¬ steps . , . Franklin Tech . . , automotive mechanics and business management. . likes to drive girls to school , . . dance band . . always smiling « . , popular with everybody , . . Best of luck in achieving your goal. WILLIAM PICKERING " Biir; . . . " B.D.P " . . . Pickles . . . Rtggie .. t proud owner of a 1961 Volks- wagon ... a whiz at typing " If l only bad a gun IN " . , . Service in July . . . always ready with a helping hand . . . Best of luck in the future, Bill. JOANNE FERREIRA Outstandingly neat ... a sweet smile . . always happy . . . beautiful clothes , . . has a nice thing to say about every- body . . . seems quiet but really isn ' t . . . pretty hair . , , amiable personality. GERALDINE PICClOLI Geri . . . Navy . . . " fumee " . " I ' m from South Main Street " . . . want a baby sitter, see Geri . . . Males over 18 . . . " I can ' t back it out of the driveway! " LB.M. operator? . . " coffee anyone? " « , Good Luck in the future, Geri. 76 VIRGINIA QUIRK Ginny . . . English muffins in the morn¬ ing . , " Just Right " Cleaners „ . _ loves food r , " Oh, not fuzzy pcaches again” . ,„ likes to bowl . , an ali-round friend . . , plans to be a math teacher WILLIAM DOUGLAS QUIGLEY Youth for Kennedy Club . big wheel in Washington . . , hares balogne sand¬ wiches . . - quiet and conservative, but mil water runs deep . , w-ater and friendly , . . wants to become a Journa¬ list . h . Good luck ar B. C LEON PISTONE Short and quiet with a sharp creweut, . - quire a tennis player . a sincere friend to all who know 1 him . almost lost him to Wellesley . . . artistically inclined . . has finally mastered those barbells one of the shyer boys in our class . . good luck in the future - - . 1 ■ JENNIFER FOLEY Good things come In small packages . ►. anyone for cards??? . sincere . shy . . always with a smile . . . pony tail . . . interest in the Glee Club . artistic ability , . best wishes for success, MARIA RABBIG " Really? " likes rhe Air Force . dislikes the dentist . . Simmons . . looks for¬ ward to IR class . . " Oh, chat Physics class” after school talks by the front window . . 1 wish I had Chemistry again " . RICHARD PRICE Rich . , . hopes to become an Engineer¬ ing Technician, Wentworth . . . likes pizza . . . " No rollercoasters for me! " . . works at Co-op . . . interest at Way- land . . likes basketball . . . hockey , . . Good hick. 77 PETER READ Pete . . .our fine National Honor Soc¬ iety President . . . gray matter a plenty- . . . track star . . . did much for the " N " Club , . . author of — " Ten Steps to d Successful Qrg r , . . good times in Physics . . . a certain Senior (often seen " starry-eyed } , , . hard working De- molay officer . . . You name it and Pete’s had a hand in it. HARVEY REED " Skip " . . , always ready to share a joke . . . ice skates in East Nadck . . . Popular with girls . . a true friend . . . well liked by classmates . . . ' Handsome Harv " , . . is bound to be a success. JUDITH RECKENDORF Judy " . . . X-ray anyone? ... a mem¬ ber of our truly efficient Highway Patrol jazz . . . " Judy, the scales on your slide rule are still off center! ' 1 . . . Honor Society and L R. . , . cool, calm, ant] collected ... 5 feet 8.5 inches, give or rake a lit ' . ♦ ♦ success will surety come her way. LESLIE REMBIJAS Les . . . " Lulu . . , new from Indiana ♦ - . one of the top " IT ' . , " Yeah " pizza . . . slumber parties . . . cjhl those eyes , . . oodles of clothes . . . watch those expressions . . . owns a shaggy red coat ... a ten-pin bowler . . , Re¬ member that Hat tire??? model T Bukk . . . Alaska . , . Army . . . Cheeseburgers , . . a true friend to alt who know her . t . is certain to succeed in the future. ■H SUSAN RED FIELD " Suzie . . . Bimbos . . anyone for a pound of fishburger? . . . " that’s nice " always oversleeping , , . Spanish!!! 1 oaths meat loaf . , . one of rhe many Jordan employees « - , avid sports fan , . , " Jinx " , . a future nurse. CRAIG ft. REUBENS “Crag ' . . . Monsieur Broussard, Jr. ol " Gentlemen Prefer Blondes " ... a real flirt , . a Long Island Boy . . , sup¬ pressed New York accent . . has honor society pin! . . , swimming champ . . . underwater playboy . ♦ . easy-going, gen- Link and sincere. 78 NANCY C. RILEY ’ " Nana " . ,, one of the quierer members of the class , . . petite AVi shoe bur doesn ' t beat Santii Lifford . . « do we hear military wedding bells? . , , good luck, Nance, in whatever you do. RICHARD ROSE Dick . , . great wit . , . quiet in school, sometimes . . . likes to play golf , . . . Nothing ever gets him down CARLETON MARSHALL RINEHART, JR, " Carl " , . . undecided . . likes steak .. . pet peeve: Spanish Lab . , . Athlete . . " Mr, Body " , . . Senior interest . , . likes all sports , . . " Mr, Columbo ' s High Hy¬ ing German " . . , that football party " . . . Sincere , , . Buenas Dias and all that jazz , . , (a la J.F,K,) RUTH MARGARET ROSEBURY " Ruthic” , - , plans to attend Mass, Art . . . likes New York . , . hidden sense of humor . . neat dresser.. . " soil water runs deep " , . . an interesting person to know . . , always ready to lend a helping hand . , . naturally nice - ■ One of the Four Roses , . . is sure to be successful. MICHELLE ROBERTS Stylish . , , new to Natick ... easy to know ' . . . easier to like . , , strange letters from Alabama . . . petite ,,, sin¬ cereness is her motto ... a Hare for cloches and shoes , . . quiet at first, But not all the time! LEWIS SAMUEL ROSEN " Lew- " . . . actor, director, and the Genu Kelly of 1%1 ' s versatile class . Hash¬ ing smile and personality to match . . . Boston University Theatre Arts School caught in the excitement and arduous work of show biz . . . Carousel . , , Bongo Drums ... if talent is the essence of a prosperous life, then Lew is a mil¬ lionaire. 79 4ii z s A SHEILA ROWE Sen sir of humor . . Sophisticated in a mischievous way . Always eager for food . , . Where there ' s a will, there s a way ... An asset to our A ' Capella choir , . . Senior Si . . . Detentions??? . . . Brown, brown, brown . „ . Willing to work. JEFFREY S ALVIN " Jeff ' . . . One of top 100 cross-country runners in state . . Submarine sand¬ wiches . , . ' no more dextrose” . , " Why do people talk about my red shoes?” . . Hopes to someday break the 5 minute mile . . . Hopes to study archi¬ tecture at M.I.T. - . . A real loss to Mr. Whalen ' s track teams ... A friend to all who know him. JANET ROSS Will bra ham . . . has a politically biased car . . . Scampy Giffurd . . . Guitmca pig? . , . " King Sisters ' . . . Hot fudge sundaes . . . Remember to smile!! " ' . . Loves Advanced Biology and Smoldary „ . . Vivacious cheerleader . , ”C-mon kids” + . . Baby powder . , ♦ missed her gym midyear??? . . , Keeps an air-con¬ ditioned room , . . Looks good in Barb’s clothes. NANCY SARRI Cure. . , Neat appearance ... An efficient Safety Patmler . . . Dislikes Physics , . June 24ch ... Is partial to a certain Framingham Boy . . . Often seen driving a 58 Ford Convertible . . . " Oh no! " . . . Oh that An Class . . . Likes the Kingston Trio , . . " Oh Brother " . JAMES ARTHUR RUSSELL, JR. ' Russ” . . . Undecided , . . Sophomore interest . . . Music fan „ , . great guitar player . . . DeMolay . , . Hot ' 52 Chevy . , . Has own musical group . . . Avid H, G. Well ' s fan . . . " Gi-Gi Poof” . . Hockey fan. JAMES SANTAMARIA A one " track” mind . . , Morning ritual: ten mile run . . . Very considerate . . Loves spaghetti . . . Ambition is to go to college . . , Sometimes referred to as Jungle Jim . . . Second Love: A ' 61 Ford . . . Well liked by all. 80 PAUL SAWYER ' Soybean ' . r + Plays hockey with Bob Stacey and Company at Worcester Arena . . . works at Elm Farm . . drives 1955 green Ford . . . Lucky Strikes are his favorite brand , , favorite food: pizza , . . Bound to be a success in the future. ANN JANE SIGALOVH A. J. . .. " triangle trouble " . . . guidance library . , . member of ' girls Football Team” , . . Waltham , . , President of the Mr. Magou " fan dub . . . one of the " ' nine lives " . . . finally . . . passion for Aqua Ddva . . . " its a shame " . . , " be a nice gesture” . . Seen riding in a Black Ford before Football Games. JOHN SHEASGREEN " John” „ , . a laugh that echoes through the halls of N.I-LS. . . . car troubles . . . track troubles , . . all kinds of troubles r . one of the telephone companies big¬ gest customers ♦ . . " You ' re not going to put that in the yearbook . . . French . ♦ , U of Mass, plans . . . with a lucky Irish name like " Sheasgrecn” how can he help but succeed. MARY SILVIA Quiet in school, only! . . . Loyal to her friends , . . easy to get along with . . , School is not a main interest . . . Pleas¬ ant personality . . . Sincere in all that she does . , . Best of luck in the future. I 3 ELIZABETH L SHIELD " Lou” . , . " you ain ' t got it” . . . great pitching arm for eggs ... a certain quarterback . . , member of the “girls Football Team ' . . . " Oh, you know, the usual " . . . Pretty good V you? " . . . hockey games . . . gets excited at football games . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . personality plus . . . Always ready a ’ hoot " . . . great driver ... A friend till the end. HENRY CHARLES SIMARD " Butch” . . . interests in a Senior girl . . . likes to fish . . . Enjoys a host of friends . . . likes hockey . . . Drive-In , . . H 1s there a party anywhere? " . . . " Simid " . . pleasant . . . friendly . ♦ . North Natick . . . Serious when he wants to be . . . always on the go . , . inter¬ ested in cars , . . Devilish look , . . Best of luck In the future. Si RALPH Si MS " Casey ' s " , , Sims . . . Nat too inter¬ ested in school . + . Champion Hamburg maker . . . A good friend - . - Is quiet only in school . . very pleasant, easy¬ going manner ., . enjoys numerous kinds of jokes . . , always has fun . . . HarJ- worker out of school | — ' t. 1 M SUSAN LYNNE SISSENWINE " Susie , . Doctor Jones . ,, . chocolate milk . . . anyone need a fast typist (accuracy???) , . " Oh. that driving training! " . . . Johnny Mathis , . infec¬ tious giggle . . . great interest in track meets, 1 wonder why? . .. Short in height but watch out for those " dangerous " brown eyes. ELIZABETH SMITH A very talented musician , ♦ . Lia , . , very well liked by all . . . always has a smile on her lips . . constantly on the go . r . appearances are deceitful, for mischief dwells within . . . soft spoken . . has a truly unique laugh ... a sunny disposition . . . very near dresser , , . quiet, sometimes . . . a tried and loyal friend ... is certain to be a success. RONALD J. SPINNEY " Spin " . . green Olds . . . hails from West Natick . . has an affinity for the feminine population . . loyal to Jordan Marsh . enjoys basketball ■ Tues¬ day night C.Y.O. classes . . . never a frown . , watch that smile . . , many friends in the class of ‘61. CAROL SPAULDING " Spauld " . . . " Bubbles " . , . Spas " . . . take your pick . . . one of the four pil¬ grims h . . Haunted House? . . Medical Centre . „ , special interest in North Nat¬ ick . . Oh that C Period study in 261 . . . Sapphire! , Natick High ' s good will ambassador , . , sure to succeed with that llashing smile. ROBERT STANHOPE " Bob " . . h quiet and friendly, a hard worker . , , likes shop . , Cinema 7 ,,. 2.33 bell , . ♦ dislikes jn id-year ' s and finals . . .8:15 bell . . , You ' re gonna git it. " . Bound for Armed Forces. 82 LARAINH STEPNER ’Srs h , , " Lack is a Lady " . . . said ro like orange juice . . , ' Black Phantom " - ■ Tool it” . . green eyes , . . known to drive through dosed garage doors . ♦. ' Oceans If . + , can often be found at " row 3 3” . . . " Moonlight in Vermont " . . . One of the nine lives. MILBURN CLIFTON STUART, II " Cliff 1 , . P has his own airplane . . quite a craftsman (made his own hydro plane) ... says what he thinks . , . se in his own ways , . . wants to be an air craft mechanic . . , he will press on re gafdless. CRAIG S. SULLIVAN Another Michelangelo ... has a way with the fairer sex , , . S-261 . loved French! . , . Brewsters ... an avid guitar fan . . . always sincere . . . " Hi Ace” . , . seen driving a black 49 Ford , . . moved from Natick but wouldn ' t leave N-H.S- , , , hopes for a career in art. SUSAN SULLIVAN “ ' Aw, come on, kids. ' ' , . . an expert in French . , . great sense of humor . „ . girl scout punch , , . Suzie, alias Aunt Marian . , , S-261 . , , " a hooi-and-a- half , . . seen driving a hot blue Chevy . , , " Miss Stage Manager” . . . How Dues a Poem mean? . . . Sassamon . . , green eyes . , a sincere friend ♦ . wants to be a teacher. MEREDITH SWANSON " Merrie " . . " I got my license, finally! . . . Tchaiskovsky ... Oh that accent francais . . , infectious laugh! „ . , cats , , California or bust! . . a five wire in office machine ' s, bur shy and quiet in Mr. Carroll ' s M. P. class . . , " What! Art You out of your mind or something? DOUGLAS TARTARlNl A very loyal member of our safety patrol . . . dark hair and eyes , . . Mr. McMan- nils ' secretary . . . enjoys girls sports , . " John Paul Jones " . . . loves pizza . , . the dub . . , a twin , . . oh-he-say-arka -po . . . always seen asking a certain teacher in the business department hard ques¬ tions after A period . , . wants to join the service. JOHN TATA " Drop in and let me fill er up " . . . water skiing . . authority on losing weight . . , yellow 54 Ford convertible , . Modern Service Station ... A period Guidance Library . . , posts the bad news on the bulletin board every morning. ,, grand ma s homemade spaghetti . . , likes ro talk . . , hates hydromatic cars. CARL THORSEN Kent . . Dinosaur " ♦ «« notorious laugh . . . many sound effects . . - livens up any class he ' s in . , . fifty yards away from going to Wellesley High . , . eastdest of the East Natickkes . . " Scorned again " . . , girls and MORE girls . . potentially very smart , . , Good luck in the fu¬ ture, Kent, JOHN THEMELJ Juan . often seen in Ashland , . . big llirt . . everyone ' s source of Al¬ banian . ♦ . " Day off” , . . Bond s . . ♦ resembles a certain singer - . good athlete . . . lots of laughs . , - girls, girls, girls’ , , ♦ dresses well . - . Good luck, John, THOMAS TASSINAR1 " Tas " . . , cool tenor sax , , . favorite food is spaghetti . . , a real jazz fan . . , intelligent , . , hopes to attend Northeastern, RICHARD THOMPSON One of the quieter members of our class . . . likes cars . . . Hof ' 40 Chev. con¬ vertible . , . works in Framingham . enjoys working on cars + . . Best of luck in the future, Dick. JOYCE TARTAIUNJ One of the more quieter members of the class of 1961 . . , known very well by many underclassmen who don ' t take part in football rallies , . . a very faith¬ ful companion , . . easy to make friends with and to get along wirh . . . good sense of humor , . . can ' t miss success in the future. 84 GEORGE THORSON " Bull " , . Came back to us after a very short stay at Marion High . . . Practically a picture in the Arena stands when N.JTS. is playing , . one of Keto ' s mob . , , terror on the lake . . . Red Headed . , . West Natick . . . Best of luck in whatever future plans may hold RONALD TORRAO " Bull " . . . Hot rod fan . . . Loves steak and french fries . . . Can usually be found working on his A 1 Merc with the Olds engine - dislikes work in general ... I give up " . , . Ron hopes to enter the Air Force following grad¬ uation. MARILYN TOWNSEND Sports . . surprise parties . . . MaJ . . . Camp counselor in summer . Red Star , . , Plans Co be a psychological social worker . , Favorite class is lunch . . Swimming instructor . . Realty goes for the Kingston Trio . . skiing and swim¬ ming . . great sense of humor . " Je ne ms pas " . TERRY TOWNSEND Terr) ' , . . Physics doesn’t appeal to him . . . Likes pizza . . . his interests vary from Taxidermy to Skindiving , , " You some kind of nut or something? " . . . Terry hopes to attend Bowdoin this coming fall. LAWERENCE TREFFA " Larry " . Wild clothes , fast car . . colorful socks . , . new boat . can often be found in the Redwood, day or night . . . Has recently made several trips to Michigan , . " Look! Shut up " . , . Knows Boston well ... A certain blonde . , . Natick ' s answer to Ricky Nelson . . . " Where ' s Daggett? " . " Day off? " ROBERT TRIPP " Bob " . . ' Til buy that " . . . Brae Burn . . . Hates Bleach Blondes , . Likes pizza and soggy pancakes , , Sports enthusiast . . . Owns a hot Studebaker . . . Hopes to clear 6 ' 2 " in the high jump . .. Bob hopes to attend Colby this fall. S3 RICHARD B, TRUE " Dick " - . the big B (for Buick) , . . ' Boo rl . . . enjoys Modern Problems. " great third base man . . . Mr. Leighton ' s pet (?) . . . colorful socks , . loves to sail . . . fast motor boat . . . one of the " Hartford Street boys ' 1 . . - talented with a trombone , . . a good student . . . never a harsh word . . . where did that ' 5( Olds convertible come from? ♦ . has an affinity for numbers- DAVID TUPPER Great person to know ... Mr. Carroll s Modern Problems class . . ♦ can’t wait to get out of school .. ♦ serious { ?) , . . likes ro have a good time . . . quiet in school , . " Going to Hyannis? " . , , Tup " . . . easy to get along with . . . Good luck. KEVIN V. TRUNDY " Kev " . . . interested in cars and HEAPS . . . multi-colored charriot ... " 1 can t do it " . . . made it up the rope — at last! . . . enjoyed Miss Crawley ' s ’honors chemistry " , (in fact, talented in all forms of science!) . . . great times in S-210 - . . good man to know when you want an alley at Sdlew ' s. CATHERINE TROY Hopes to be an actress . . . studies mod- urn dance ... is interested in certain Senior boy . . . pleasant . . . friendly.. always ready to lend a helping hand . . r always has a smile . , . easy going . . . " Still waters run deep " ... be¬ guiles the boys . . . envious posture . , , always on the go , . .an interesting person to know. LINDAMARIE TRYNDOTA " Lynn " . . flirtatious . . . shining per¬ sonality . . . undecided about future, bur plans to attend the Cambridge School of Radio and Television . , . first lunch, table crowded with boys , ♦ . sports fan . . . works at Babson Reports . . . " Ta heck with you " . SANDRA UFFORD " Uffy M . . . ,r Sandi " . . , various interest in New Mexico and Northeastern , . . wants ro be a kindergarten teacher , . . " Gee Wiz " . . . always happy and ac¬ commodating . . . blonde hairl . . . likes blue for a color . . . Perry Normal . . . size 3 Vi shoe!!l ., , smallest feet in town . . . absolutely steak! . . , George Rodgers Clark . . , Safety Parroller . . . camping at Cedar Hill. 86 KATHERINE VAHFY A smile, a grin, a laugh, a mar , . . Here’s Kathy . . . A mischievous miss ■ ■ Teachers pest . . , Hilarious imira- ticms famous for her jokes, quips, an J hearty laughter . . . " Who? Me? 1 ' . , ’Strictly] " . . . Always has a look of innocence . . . Everybody’s friend , . . humorous of speech, gracious of heart . . , Very well liked by all . . is sure to he successful. GAIL W ADDINGTON Hails from North Natick . . . Pretty blonde hair . . . Short and serious , . , Can’t wait ' til graduation . . . quiet . . , A great friend to have . . Neat dresser , . , Modern Problems . . . Often seen in the Science building . - ”1 forgot! ' 1 -. Hates oral talks . , . The best of luck, mi PAUL VAN TASSEL Paul . . . Conscientious student , . . Quiet, except in Physics Integrated . . . Interests in Framingham . . - West Nat- ickire . . . Plans to enter Northeastern . „ . Enjoys a good time ... An honor TO have as a friend. NANCY WALKER Pretry blonde . . Richard Henry Lee . „ . Revolutionist , . deep interest In Newton . . . Looks innocent in pink . . . Likes jokes . .. Sweatshirts(?} . , . Won¬ derful, sincere friend to all . . . Lively sense of Humor . . one of the top ”17” , . , " Boston Tea Party ' , . . " I’m nor going home first! " . . . Baby blue - . . " Where ' s the mouse? " . . . Oh-he-say- arka-po . . , Good luck after gradu¬ ation, Nancy. JOANNE VICTOR jo . . . Blond hair , , . Beautiful clothes . . . Seen in a t.9(SiQ Chevrolet conver¬ tible . . One of " The Nine Lives " , . . Has many friends , . . Plans to go to B, U. . . - Nan casket bound every sum¬ mer . . . Only 4th year French Student at Natick High . . " Sixteen any good " . „ . " ] beg to differ with you " , . . Cars eyes ... Has a vivacious personality Loyal to Natick in her debates with out- of-tow tier ' s ANN WALSH " Annie " . . . North Adams . , " He s one of our boys " . . , " See ya! " . . . " Oh, this L R. project! " , , . " Shall I have my hair cut? " T . tobagganing , .. Digs Shakespeare the most . . . Our little light and bright girl . . . " Hold the wire, I ' ll go ask my father to explain the math! " . . . One of the summer cyclists. A 87 JAMES WALSH " Jay " ► . loves cars . . . owns a " 55 " Chcv . , . enjoys hockey and golf . . . can be fount! working at the Star Mar¬ ker . . . favorite food is steak . . . good sense of humor , . lively . . loves u good time , . , Jay hopes to attend The East Coast Aero. Technical School KAREL WEISSBERG " Kitty , . , " Woo Woo Weissberg " . . owns a famous Irish Water Spaniel , . . " Pogo” . , Sane Rally Enthusiast . , . cultivated jazz interests at Club Mount Auburn 47? . , . liberally speaking, Kitty is a real individual , . . linked with a certain luscious rust-colored mohair sweater . . . sailing at Martha ' s Vine¬ yard ♦ „ , " Harvard Men! " , , , bound for Success . . , Radcliffe? ■ FRED WARD A wolf in sheeps clothing , , . Ivy League . . . blue and white Olds . , . prodigious personality ... a never end ing supply of life-savers , , . " All in good humor” , . a quick wit . . . where the girls are ... 1, 2, 3 4 lunch , . . Sel lew ' s . . Math Wlm , . .an easy¬ going manner . Future success guar¬ anteed . DONALD WARNER Don” , . . call and dark . . . hails from West Natick . . . familiar with the West (especially California) . , . curly hair . , . faithful cafeteria marshal ■ . , likes baseball (and can play it, too!) . . " This young lad in the dark red sweater please come up here and bring me that suitcase " . . . Best of luck in the future. BEVERLY WENTWORTH Be vie " . . Sharon, Mass; . . . " Well 1 don ' t know . . . slumber ! ?J parties , . „ one of the top " l” ' 1 . . nursery rhymes . . . “I’m nor sure " . . . never a dull moment . . . Italian Food . Hot Fudge Sundaes , . . popular with every¬ one . . . neat and sweet ... a faithful friend , . a good business student . . . Foot Ball Season is here again!? „ _ „ LOUIS WESTCOTT " Lou 1 . . . can always be found at the Co-op . . . likes old records , . . likes all sports, especially golf . " What ' s the story here " - , . quiet . . . likes Italian Food . . .girls . . " Remember the good old rimes " . , .Union House . . , will he get his license . . . " Lou Muns- bert " , . witty . . « always a smile . . - hopes to go to Burdette or B.U. . , , Best of luck in future. ss PAUL WHELAN ’Them " . . . " Quiwalesaui " ♦ . West Natick . . . the precious beetle complete with yellow rims , . , replaced by a long hlatk sedan (w r ith iwe doors) , . . likes electronics . . popular in Way land, Eso . , , plans undecided possibly the service) . . girl troubles . ♦ " What, me worry? " RICHARD WHITE " 42 " - . . ' Whitey " - ■ - Stop Shop , .. big Cadillac ... Louis , , S-367 . . . busy worker , , . end of assembly line . - . friendly . . girls, girls, girls . frequent trips to the bank . . . likes a gay time - - . never a dull moment , . f plans to be a designer. ROBERT WICKLUND " Good things come in small packages ' . . . tries to please ... his antics and jokes have been enjoyed by many . . . usually found skating on Fiske Pond or Coolidge Rink during winter months... , bound for smooth sailing in the future. DAVID WINNER Dave . . . hopes to enter Wentworth . . . likes home-made apple pie . . Track star . . . Senior interest . . . enjoys water skttng , . . the Armory, home away from home . , helpful to teammates . . " a great guy " . PAUL WITHROW " Withie " . . . football fan . . ♦ Sophomore interest . . (at Wellesley) . . . dislikes grouchy people . . likes fried dams . . . plans to enter armed forces after gradu¬ ation . 1 5 3 Chevy . . , takes life easy. GARY WITTEN " Bite " . . Charles AdaSi Jf. . . All- scholastic tackle . . . wild panrs . a certain cheerleader . . . wheat-germ oil Eddie . . . famous New Year ' s party . , . embarrassed easily , green Olds . . " Who did that? ' ' ...JR... hard worker . master of self-discipline . . success is certain. 89 DAVID WOOD ’ Dave " . . . host of knick names . . " Woodie Dumas " ' . . . ' Camel " ' . . ' Fudd " . . Great chess player? . . - ex Iowa corn farmer . . well traveled . . . Iowa, Wisconsin, and Washington, DC... earth shaking laugh (bellow}? . . . " Food " . . . good student . . . plans to attend University of Mass. . . , " I ' m hungry " ' . . sincere . . . Best wisher, Dave. STEVEN WOOD ' Woddic 11 . - ■ hot sax . . likes steak and french fries . . . doesn ' t mix too well with Spanish . . . interests in Way ' land . „ a real ja ea fan , . . can be found at rhe Oak Street Pharmacy . . Steve plans to attend Lowell State Teachers College of Music. ANTOINETTE ZACCAGNtNI " Zac " . , . very sincere person . . . huge appetite, but OH! that thin figure!! ... old faithful Plymouth on its last lap . . . the jungle?? . , . that sudden trip across the tracks?? ... 18 free school days , . . interest in another town. WAYNE WOOLEY Henry . . . loves Spanish!! , , . lasagna . . . U. of Mass. . . . Bolshevick . . . the crowd and kids at B.U. ■ , . drives a lovely, new, green carl!! « ♦ De Molay . wants to be a teacher of history . . . a neat dresser with lots of clothes . . . good dancer . . . serious . . , works with all the shoe horns at Thom McAn’s . . . Aqua Vclva or Old Spice man . . . which one??? SUSAN WYMAN " Sue " . . " John Stark " ♦ . A P , . . loves all kinds of sports . . . really digs Elvis . « . " m-m-nxm-, strawberry shortcake” . . „ plans to be a secretary , . . shorthand is better than any of her other subjects . . . certain interest m Way land . . . hardly ever says a word . , . one of the Top 17 " . . , bound for success. DENNIS ZICKO " Zekc " ■ . hurdles, high jump, pole vault: convert from basketball and base¬ ball . . . hopes to become a readier . , . ambition: pole vault IV6” . likes Boston cream pie ... a true friend in time of need (to John) . . . black and yellow Studebaker . . . one of the few people who got anything (except a laugh) out of E period physics . . . great personality . . , sure to succeed in his chosen career. 90 NANCY ZICKO Nothing is impossible for a willing hcan . . . freckles . . , Did you say never gels a tan? . . . where ' s Ingrid . . sum ' mers spent down the Cape , . , one of the Champs, RICHARD ZONGHI Small in stature, bur large m spirit , . . has beaurifu! taste in cars , , , loves fish¬ ing and hunting . , . possesses great artistic ability ' 56 Ford . . . makes very witiy remarks „ . , plans to enter the Army after graduating. ALAN DOGGART " Al " . . . came to us from Chelmsford . + , works ar Ebcr ' s Pharmacy . . . South Natickite . . " Parlez-vous Francais? " .■ . good ar math ,. . glad to have him as a member of our class. THACHER FISK Heath . . . returned to N.H.S. afrer a year at Mt. Herman . , . really curly hair , . . “Heachdiff " , . . Walnut Hill . , . a good student . . . Sure to succeed. ANTHONY VENTURA Tony ... a welcome addition to the class of 1961 . . . It $ a shame he didn ' t arrive sooner ... a friend to know and keep . T . Good luck, Tony, 91 SENIOR 92 Most Collegiate K, Gray EL Morgan Most Likely to Succeed R. Anstey C Weisburg Biggest Appetite G. Witten K. Bam id e Most Popular B, Lewis P, Hersey Wittiest A, Grinspoon K. Vahey SUPERLATIVES 93 Cutest B, Magee P. Kline Nicest Smile LX Armicage G. Capizo Best Artists C Sullivan H, Lawrence Best Athletes L. Merten B. Hriniak Biggest Flirts L. Doherty C Mac Endcrfer 94 Handsomest J, Kiley Prettiest J. Wilson Shyest E, Kavanaugh J. Poly Most Versatile T. Bracken G. Marinalii Best Figure J. Wilson Best Physique T. Bracken 95 fV Ke Tt . 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L Jj " j+yK V— J ' WfA L 4 MM YV ' J r igy ” $ 5 gp GENTLEMEN PREFER B L O N D E S 99 I CLASS PLAY November 18, Anita Loos ' GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES dramatized by KSrstin Sergei Mr. Harry L. Garnett Mrs. Susan M. Gray Direction and Production Ass i stan r to the Director CAST Gail M os man Christie McEndetfer Walter DeMelle Lewis Rosen Wayne Wooley Judith Duff Eileen Horton Katherine Vahey Kenneth Hamwey Craig Reubens George Mills Howard Levitt Nancy Bars tow Sylvia Curran Barba ra Epstein Patricia Mansell David Egan Harris Newman Fred Nelson Patricia Chambers Richard Incorvati as Lorelei, tlu girl whom all men prefer as Dorothy, her best friend who understands (?) as ' r Dadd y " , t he b ig bus i ness tycoon as Sam, a wou!d ' be writer who doesn ' t publish as Henry, a young, lonely millionaire as Miss Chapman, who T manages " everyone as Mrs, Spoffard, one of the " 400 " as Aunt Dolly, a bugle-voiced crusader as Broussard Sr., a sympathk French lawyer as Broussard Jr,, a very sympathic French lawyer as Bert, a tennis player as The Captain, stern, stuffy, eagle-eyed as Mrs. Van Osborne, a social climber as Sylvia, her eligible daughter as Mrs- Van Austin, another social climber as Margaret, her eligible daughter as Edwards, the steward who refuses tips as Walters, the steward who tabes rips as The Porter, overworked, underpaid, misunderstood as The Chambermaid, young, chic philosophical as The Hotel Manager, a cautious bill collector and Paul McDonald. Ann Drntker, Ronda Frye, Sheila Newhouse, and Bruce McGee as Lorelei ' s friends. Script Girl Susan Sullivan Special Music " The Lorelei Theme " Robert Carroll 100 I l |1 B r r frv dl l DkjJlA 2 k W V i n j 105 THE SCIENCE FAIR Hie Ninth Annual Science Fair, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Natick, was held on March 15 and 16, 1961. There were over two hundred exhibitors in the fair. The grand prize winner was Robert Anstey with his exhibit of Carbon 14 Daring of Pleistocent. The other winners are as follows; PHYSICS 1st Prize: Robert Anscey — Carbon 14 Daring of Pleistocene 2nd Prize: Sherrie Jansen — Electrostatic Priming 3rd Prize: James Mannos— Digital Computer ADVANCE BIOLOGY 1st Prize: Neil Tompkins — Effect of Sound of Algae 2nd Prize: Florence Moore — Heat Resistance of Bacterial Spores 3rd Prize: Penelope Cole -— Psychology of Learning CHEMISTRY lsr Prize: George Davis — Research in Crystal Nuclei 2nd Prize: Karen Nelson — Porosity in Self-curing of Methylmethacrylate 2nd Prize: Harvey Cohen — Formaldehyde Plastics 3rd Prize: Panda Brady — Cellulase Inhibition; Rolph Franz — EJectmconductiviry BIOLOGY 1st Prize: Thomas L. Meyers — Food Preservation by Radiation 2nd Prize: Roger True — Will Plants Grow in Artificial Light 2nd Prize: Nancy Slauta—Chromatography 3rd Prize: Barry Pees wick — Can Man Survive in Space 3rd Prize: Gregory Waters — Bacteria Around us 106 CkRBON 14 AGE OF PLQSTOKHE m uwm cf cskbon w BEST FOOT FORWARD „o 9 m Direction and Production Musical Direction Michele Ziegmont as Lewis Rosen as Walter DeMelle as Elizabeth Smith as Wayne Wooley as Robert Disney as Paula Caswell as Ruth Sauro as Sherrie Jansen as Heath Fisk as Roger Woodbury as Craig Reubens as Robert Coolidge as Anthony Fessini as Cosmos Ubalino as Peter Dupuis as Robert Brune as George Mills as George Lewis as Nancy Barstow as Karen BittJe as Judith Fillmore as Mr. Harry L Garnett Mr. Leo Bachini CAST Gale, the actress who needs publicity Bud, the boy with too many dates Jack, the persuasive press agent 1 lelen, rhe complication in Bud ' s plans Dutch, Bud ' s brainy pal Hunk. Bud ' s brawny pal Minerva, the object of Hunk s affection Ethel, Dutch ' s long-suffering girl friend Blind Date, a cynical philosopher Dr. Recber, the " understanding " principal Chester, the cagy reporter and photographer Old Grad, a critic Satchel, the look-out Chuck, one of the boys Professor Lloyd, the lecturer Goofy, the ' eager beaver " Freshman, one of the boys junior, one of the boys Fred, one of the boys Miss Ferguson, Miss Dele ware Water Gap " Waitress who likes scrapple Nurse, an attractive member of the faculty Extras MUSICAL COMEDY April 7, I%1 Thomas Moore, Vincent Sharkey, Kenneth Henderson, Robert Macombcr, and Richard Harris. Dancers Linda Bryer, Mi mi O ' Leray, Verna Kekhlcy, Brenda Sabean, and Julie Whitehill. 108 _ ?4t6£etcc6 FOOT After defeating Belmont and rival Melrose at the jamboree, held in Natick the I960 Foot- ball Team led by Captain joe Kiley, showed promise of becoming another great Natick team by routing Walpole 34-6- But then the first of many misfortunes occurred as everyone was in formed that the game must be forfeited because an ineligible player was used. With spirits at a low ebb, the team lie Id Wellesley 14-0, but snapped back the following week — setting a state record by coming from behind four rimes to defeat Northeast Conference Champs, Woburn 28 - 26 . This was a game in w hich the team showed their capabilities and undying determination. In the next game the Raiders were startled by a last-minute pass as Dedham tied 22 all, but once again they came back, romping over Mil- ton 40-12. Against Needham, the team con¬ tinued to display their tremendous heart as they came from behind twice and failed by 2 yards and 2 seconds from doing it again as Needham beat the dock, 26-20. 114 The team then made quick work of Braintree 40-12 and walloped Norwood 44-22 but the latter victory was costly with Jones and Bracken sustaining restraining injuries. Journeying to Framingham, the squad was dealt its hardest blow of aEi as a scar player was ejected for fight¬ ing on a controversial call and Fram ingham went on to win 26-IS, for the first time in many years. And so ended the strange season of a courageous team that came from behind, al¬ together, eight times and deservingly earned the title of " the team that never knew the meaning of defeat ' Walt Hriniak and Gary Witten were chosen ;l 11-scholastic to individually honor the team and Ted Bracken was the league s high scorer, while Art Hall became the highest scoring end in Natick ' s glorious history. Dune Jones certainly must have set a record in pass interceptions. Captain Kiley, Pessini, Kavanagh, Winner and all die other members of the I960 Varsity have brought honor and respect to themselves and to the school, while setting a precedent for future teams to follow and emulate. 115 VARSITY TEAM © o o a s. -t p. 5 p c p Front Row: OJdfield, Hriniak, Bracken, Hall, Wirten, Jones, Kiley, Grady, Kavanagh, Mullaney, King, Pessini. Second Row: Kane, Hines, Shea, Leccacorvi, Bent, Prior, Leach, Cutaia, Prior, Hughes, Dunbar, Peterson, Torti, Coach Bennett, Coach Whelan. Third Row: Adams, Peters, Cox, Mtissen, Kadlik, Faldetta, Thorsen, Wood, Branr, Morgan, Powers. Back Row: Munro, Rinehart, Mor gan, Maxwell, Hale. Dunn. Winner, Bcrone, Romsey. CHEERLEADERS The 1960-1961 Cheering Squad, practicing long and diligently, earned the coveted Bay State League Champion ship. In May of i960, they began working on the cheers thar made them the best and most popular Squad in Natick ' s long history of fine cheerleaders. The group, which included Sandy Ghetti, Lynn Theroux, Cheryl Dunston, Patti Hersey, Diane Arm i cage, Donna Pineo, Nancy Zicko, Jane Kadlik, Janice Wilson, and their energetic and competent Captain — Janet Ross, had the wonderful ability to transmit their en¬ thusiasm and spirit to the spectators and, more importantly, to the boys themselves. They re-established the famous Natick Spirit! The girls did a tremendous job bringing encouragement to the members of the athletic teams and honor to themselves and their school 120 BASKETBALL The 1960-61 basketball squad was chosen by the experts to finish no better than seventh place in the Bay State League Although the team lacked height, which is a decided advantage in basketball, they ended the season in a f rie for fourth place with a strong Walpole club. The boys made up for their lack of height by hustle and a real desire to win The team suffered many heartbreaking defeats during the season, losing to arch rival Framingham by two points in a sudden death overtime, and losing to Braintree by two points in a single overtime The players produced a record of 9-7, which is equivalent to .536 percentage wise The team missed the Tech Tourney by only two games. At the conclusion of the regular season, Coach Carey entered a squad of fifteen boys in the Bay State Tourney The boys played two games, both at Framingham Junior High School They defeated a strong Taunton club to reach the quarter-finals, only to lose a final heartbreakcr to Coyle by one point. The squad was eo-captained by Stu James and Lou Kern, who also represented Natick on the boards, in addition to their scoring punch. Sm James, top scorer for Natick, hit well from the key all season, and Jimmy Cox and Lou Kern hit well from the corners. Wally Bell and John Themeli looked impressive with their accurate set shots, while Herman Bcranyk, Joe Leone, and Larry Doherty added depth with their jump shots from the side. The team was ably managed by Ralph Nettleton and Richard Brandt 122 From Row: Kern, Prior, James, Cox Prior, BelL Second Row ; Brant, Doherty, Theme! i., Shea, Pipe, Leone, Johnson, Third Row: Beranyk, Leach, Adleman, Nettlefon, 123 I w| ? I (P_ J 125 " A " CLUB NIGHT VJTMtRH riATlCk m 7 ' Tfl mtm I Our Bay State League hockey ream, finishing fourth in the scantlings, enjoyed its most successful season yet, with nine wins and five losses. This position however, is nor indicative of the true calibre of the team, since the Bay State League was generally re¬ garded as the most powerful circuit in Massachusetts. All of Natick ' s losses were at the hands of the top teams in the league, and most could have gone either way. Natick ' s Butch Hriniak was without a doubt the outstanding player in the league. In the Dedham game, Butch performed a feat never before seen in schoolboy hockey by scoring six goals. He won the league scoring title and was voted the most valuable player. Both Butch and our fine forward, Tony Pessini, were selected for the Bay State League all-star team Next year s captain, Cary Omerso, should have a fine squad with returning lenermen Fere Hurd, Cliff Cutaia, Justin Hughes, Frank Capizzo, Cliff Gibson, and A1 Calzini. Next years team will have a new coach in Mr Frank Marcoux, since this was well-liked Coach Robert Bell ' s last year 128 Prone Row: Gibson, True, Pessmi, HaJl, Kiley, McDonald, Stewart, Lacouture, Second Row: Calzini, Persutd, True, Qmcrso, Cotter, Carr, Hines. Hurd, Capizzo. Third Row: Gunrud, Hughes, Cutaia, Fitzgerald, Reagan, 129 TRACK 131 CROSS-COUNTRY TRACK Under Coach A] Collins, the Natick High Cross-country team experienced one of irs most successful seasons, finishing second in Bay State League competition. One reason for this success may be attributed to the large turnout of candidates for cross-country, which is rapidly growing in popularity all over the United States. After a heartbreaking defeat in the first meet at the hands of a strong Needham Club on the home course, Natick rallied to win the final seven games, which included an awe-inspiring victory over the rival Framingham Flyers. In the Bay State League Meet at Needham, Natick finished second, topped again by Needham. Both clubs placed four runners in the first ren. Unfortunately the Junior Varsity who had an undefeated season were unable to run due to transportation difficulties. Coach Collins ' predictions of a Natick victory over Needham were finally brought to maturity in the State Meet at White Stadium at the conclusion of the season and rhe cross-country team was the w inn ingest fall sports team at Natick High. From Row: Salvin, Cunningham, France, Read, Sancamaria, Matamber, Lacouturc, Tripp, DcMarteo, Martin, Cirrone, Adams. Cunningham, Godden, Holbrook. Second Row: Mr. Collins, Hess, Third Row: Kobcl, Whipp, Morrill, Stewart, Zicko,Cote 132 INDOOR TRACK Front Row: Calebra, Henderson, Connelly; Petrie, Cud more, QaLq, Cote, Finchbaum. Second Row: Adams. Read, Sanramam, Ffazei. t Winner, Captain, Carroll, Gray, Salvia, Zicko. Third Row: Mr. Welch, Oet tinker. Bloom stein, Witten Coan, Donovan, Mu I ley. Tripp, Johnson, Sheasgreen. Bracken, Sallinger, Godden, Coach Whelan. Fourth Row Whipp, Banletr CrisafuJU, Lauro, Parris, Griffis. Musscn, Batten, Cunningham, Butch roan. Peoples Natick High ' s 1961 Indoor Track Team was led to a record of four wins against a single defeat and a close second place finish in the powerful Met Leagu e by Capra in David Winner and State Champion shot-pur ter Gary Witten, Al¬ though beset by injuries to key men at an inopportune rime, the Red and Blue standard bearers were able to place second to Belmont in the State Meet Class B competition, Jim Santamaria and Gary Witten went undefeated in dual meet competition; Jim in the mile and 1000 yd. run and Gary in the shot put. Other valuable performers were John Frazee in the l COG, Pete Read in the 600, Ken Gray in the 300, Norman Blnomstein in the shot. Bob Carroll in the 50 yd T dash, and Ed Donovan, Bob Tripp, and Dennis Zicko in the high jump and the 45 yd. hurdles. Also competing for N H. S. were Bob Johnson, John Sheasgreen, Bill Coan, Don Mu lie y, and Richard Adams. In the final meet of the year, Gary Witten heaved the iron ball 54 feet 8 inches to break the Division II record held by another Narickice, Mel Bloomstein. At the dose of the year, Eric Mussen was elected captain for the 1962 season. He will be joined by many promising sophomores to form another strong Natick High Team. OUTDOOR TRACK First Row: Read Tripp, Santamaria, Bloamstem, Witten. Bracken Carroll, Gray, Zicko, Mulley. Second Row. Coach Whelan, John son, Foss, K vtmaugh, S eretra, Pryor, Cunningham, Kiley, Adams Bonnie, Murphy, Henderson, Coach Bennett. Third Row: Cher vincky, Hadden, Gallant, Soloman, Stuart, Wi neoop, Donovan Wooley, Peterson, Morgan, Crisafuli, Robinson. Fourth Row: Mussen, Lauro, Tortfi Petrie, Malcolm, Morgan, Bartlett, Jue. Paris. Fifth Row: Burges, O ' Leary, God den, Cunningham, Stonemetz, Gurney, Shea, King, Waters, Peoples, Hines, Unnehan, Obakimo. Maches, Stewart. This years crack ream, co-captained by Ted Bracken, and Gary Witten, syept the Bay State league with an untied, undefeated season, winning twenty-two consecutive meets. Special credit and thanks must be given to Coaches Bob Whelan and Dan Bennett for their part in making the 1961 track season such a great success. The senior members of the team played very important parts in rhls magnificent team effort, Ted Bracken placed first in many Bay State League competitions, and fifth in the state meet. Ken Gray won his first four races, but was plagued by a leg injury for the rest of the season. Pete Read was a consistent point-winner, as was Ken King in the S80. Bob Carroll was the most improved runner doing a tremendous job in the 220, and Jim Sanramaria was the best distance runner. In the field events, Gary Witten set a new Natick High shot put r ecord, placing first in the state meet, and third in the New England meet. Norm Bloomstein, another great shot-putter, placed third in the state meet, while Denny Zicko, one of the best pole-vaulcers in the Bay State League, was tied for third place. Ron Kadlik set a new Natick High record with the javelin, and Don Mtilley and Ed Kavanagh won many needed points in the same event. In the discus Joe Kiley came through with many first places. Bob Tripp was Natick’s high scorer, and one of the best high jumpers in the league. Dave Malcolm also did a fine job in this event. Manager Jeff Salvin was always there when needed, and did a wonderful job. Next Years team under the leadership of co-cap tains Dick Leach and Ralph Pryor should have a mosr successful season with a strong team to work with. First Row; Morris, Hunter, Jones, Nelson, Hriniak, Warner, Cox, Omerso, Dceley Second Row: Johnson, Peters, Goodkin, Lacouruas Hughes, Prior, Beranyk, Grifiss, Bleakney, Mr, Carroll. This year ' s varsity baseball team, captained by Walter ‘ Butch " Hriniak and coached by John Carroll, was a young squad with only three seniors in the lineup and pre-season speculation predicted a gloomy season. After a slow start, the boys surprised everyone but themselves by keeping abreast with the leaders, Wellesley and Framingham, throughout the entire season. Then they defeated both these teams in two of the most exciting games of the year; certainly the victory over Framingham was the most satisfy¬ ing sports victory this year. Unfortunately, the team was overtaken in the latter part of the season and finished a game from first place in the second spot, which is quite a tribute to Coach Carroll and the entire team. Wale Hriniak at shortstop was a fine leader, and aside from being chosen the most valuable player on the team, he was chosen the outstanding baseball player m Mass¬ achusetts. Duncan Jones in left field and Herman Beranyk pitching were the two other regular seniors. Underclassmen, Lacouture, Omerso, Pryor, Hunter, Griffis, Bleakney, Good- kin, and others contributed much to this year ' s success and should do very well next year as well. 135 I TENNIS First Row: Macomber, Barone, Sharkey, Man nos. Second Row: Coach Stehlin, Cohen, Harris, G reenq uist r Cot ter, Hess, FIELD HOCKEY Front Row’ Miller, Marinclli, Sal linger, Milieu, Dunbar, Merten. Second Row: Miss McFayden, Hawkey Weissberg, Walsh, Cole, David, Miss Tillson. BASKETBALL First Row: Mahoney, Marian, Merten, Bud nick, Hermon. Second Row; Atitalefc, Manager, Hasgill, Maffei, Wilberger, Matson, Miller, Miss Vasile TENNIS First Row; Miss Tillson, Merten, Miller, Branagan, Budnik, David Grass, SOFTBALL First Row: Pickering, Pagano, Matson, Hermon, MaJfd. Second Row; Miss Vasile, Wadley, Flynn, O ' Callahan, Moyniban, McKenzie, 141 Fim Row: S . James T. Bracken, W. Hriniak. Second Row: A. Pessini, G. Wirtcn, J. Kilty, D. Jones, ATHLETIC AWARDS The annual winter award assembly was held on Wednesday, March 29 at which time letters and awards were presented to our athletes. Duncan Jones was awarded the Thomas Mallery Trophy for the most valuable lineman of the I960 Varsity, Dr, Richard Abbott of the Natick Rotary presented Ted Bracken with the Most Valuable Player Trophy while Tony Pessini won the William Hannigan Award for the outstanding player in the Natick Framingham game This award was presented by Joseph Hladick on behalf of the Felchville Association. Captain Joe Kiley received the B h nar B ' rith Award presented by Mr. Sam Salvtn, for outstanding sportsmanship. In basketball, Stu James won the most valuable basket¬ ball player award and Walter " Butch” Hriniak was presented the trophy establishing him as the years outstanding hockey player, Gary ' Witten won the Kiwanis Club ' s first annual trophy for the must valuable trackman. 143 144 BUSINESS AWARDS The Natick High School Business Department with Mr. Bayne Drowne as head awarded its outstanding students with pins. This coveted achievement was presented in type¬ writing, business law, business arithmetic, office machines, bookkeeping, shorthand and transcription. Pins were also awarded to the members of the Business Service Club for their outstanding performance throughout the year. Guest speaker for the assembly was Mr. Chester B. Kevirr from the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Staristics. 145 INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARDS The Industrial Arts Department had much to be proud of this year as many of the students received awards in the following fields: graphic arts, power mechanics, metalwork, woodwork, and drawing. At the same time awards were also given for art, foreign languages, and the Sassamom Dr. Arthur Taddeo was on hand to award the Natick Chapter of Future Nurses with a Charter Certificate. Guest speaker for the assembly was Mr George Di Matteo, a well-known civic leader in Natick. His excellent talk emphasized the fact that it rakes rhe combined help of many people in different fields to make a difficult task a success. 146 SPRING SPORTS AWARDS 147 r • " ALL THE WORLD S A STAGE .. Shakespare CLUB S , GROUPS AND ACTIVITIES THOMAS STEWART, President . . Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 4; Hockey 1, 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Executive Baord 2, 3, 4; Senior Class President 4, CAROLYN PATTI HERSEY, Vice-President . , Softball 1; Basketball l, 2; Honor Society 4; Decoration Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Decorations Committee Junior Prom 3; Usherette Junior Prom 3; Representative to Girl ' s Stare 3; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4; Vice-President of Class 2; 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Student Government Day Representative 4; D.A,R. Award 4; Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JANICE WILSON, Secretary . , . Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3. 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Secretary 2, 4; Good Government School Exchange 4; EM DSC Con¬ vention 3; Pep Club 1; Guidance Library 4; Nurses Aide 4. EDITH HOPF, Treasurer - . . Glee Club 2; Student Council 2; Executive Board 2 3, 4; Usherette at Open House 2; Chairman of Decorations Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Business Service Club 3 4; Student Council Dance 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Decorations Committee for Junior Prom 3; Usherette at Class Day and Graduation 3; Ticket Committee for Senior Play 4; Student Government Exchange Group 4; Cotillion Decorations Commitetc 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. KENNETH ABRAMS . . . RICHARD ADAMS . . . Track L; Get Out the Vote Com¬ mittee. RICHARD ALLEN . . . JANET ALLGEIER . . . Guidance Librarian 3, 4; HT Gct Out the Vote” Committee 4. KENNETH ANDERSON , . . ROBERT ANDERSON , . , Track 1, 2; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Cotillion Ticket Committee 4; Cotillion Deco¬ rating Committee 4; Campaign Manager 2; Ceramics Club 3; Science Fair 2, 3, 4, FRANCES MARGARET ANGILER1 , . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Decoration Commitee for Sophomore Dance 2; Sassamon Business Staff 3; Subscription Committee for Sassamon Paper. ROBERT ANSTEY . . . Honor Society 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; President of Geology Club 3; President of Science Club 4; Vice-President of French Club 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Grand Prize of Science Fair 3; Delegate to National Youth Conference Recipient Harvard Prize Book 3. DIANE ARMITAGE , . Pep Club 1. 2 Campaign Man¬ ager I; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Prom Decorations Committee 3; Usher for Junior Prom 3; Stu- dent Council 3 4; Alternate for Girl ' s State Representative 3; Usherette for Senior Play 4. GARY BALLANTINE , . , Baseball t; Track l 2; Arts and Crafts 3 RICHARD BARDELLINI . . Audio Club, CATHARINE BARNICLE . . . Girls’ Athletics I, 2 ; Sassa- mon Business Staff 3; Pep Club 3; Decorarions for Sopho¬ more Dance 2; Gym Club 4. SUSAN BARBARA BARNSTEIN . . . Junior Prom Deco¬ ration Committee 3; Get Gut the Vote Committee 4; Radio Debate from Social Studies Department, NANCY BARSTGW . . . Girls’ Athletics I, 2; Glee Club 1,2; Senior Play 4; Student Council 4; Dance Committee 2; ACapella 3, 4; Senior Six 4; Dramatic Club 2 3 4; Spring Musical 3; Science Fair 2; BU Newspaper Conference 4; Nurses Aide 4; Christmas Homeroom Drawing 1, 2. RHODA BEAN . . , Business Service Club 3, 4. TOBY BECKER , . . Business Service Club 3 4; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Science Fair 1; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. SUSAN ELISABETH BELISLE . . . Literary Staff for the Yearbook; Tennis 3 4; Make-up Chairman, Hi-Fi Follies; Public Speaking 2. WALTER BELL r . , Baseball I, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2 r 3 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4. ROGER BENT . . Football 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 2. HERMAN BERANYK . , . Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4, JOSEPH PAUL BIGELOW . . . Basketball 3, NORMAN BLOOM STEIN . , . Football 1; Track I. 2 f 3, 4; Get Out the Vote Committee 4. MARY BLEASE . . . Glee Club 2, 3; Business Service Club 4. ELYNOR BLOOM . . . Basketball 4; Girls’ Athletics 4; Glee Club U 2; Business Service Club 3, 4; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee 4; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Nurse’s Aide 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Cotillion Deco¬ rations 4; Cotillion Refreshments 4; Cotillion Publicity 4, BRIAN BOKOSKE . . . Photography Club 4. PAMELA BOYINGTON . , . Glee Club 3; Business Ser¬ vice Club 1. THEODORE BRACKEN . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey I; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2 t 3» 4; Massachusetts Boys’ State Representative 3; Jewish War Veterans ' Brotherhood Award 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Co-captain of Track 4; " N” Club 2, 3 4; Yearbook Literary Staff Chairman 4. DIANNE L. BRADFORD . . , Field Hockey 1,2; Tennis U 2; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; SassamOn Board 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Basketball I, 2; Prom Decorations Committee 4; Spring Festival Ticket Committee 1, 2 t 3, 4; Driver Educa¬ tion 3, ANNE BRADY . , . Glee Club 2. PAMELA BRADY . . , Honor Society 4; Cotillion Deco¬ rations Committee 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Sassamon Business Staff 3, 4; Science Club 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Science Fair 2, 3. STEPHEN BRIATHWAtTE . . . Baseball 2; Gym Club; Hockey 2 KATHLEEN BRA NAG AN . . . Yearbook Art Committee 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Dramatic Club 1; Pep Club 2, 4; Prom Decoration Com¬ mittee 3; Intramural Basketball and Softball 2. PAULA BREEN . . . Intramural Basketball 2; Glee Club l. 2; Usherette at Senior Play 4; Sassamon Literary and Business Staff 4; Dramatic Club 2; Driver Education 4: Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Christmas Cotil¬ lion Decoration, Refreshments, and Publicity 4; Thanksgiv¬ ing Day Program 3; Nurses Aide 3; Science Fair 1; Music Festival 1, DIANE BREGOLl . r . Basektball 1, Glee Club I; Sassamon Board I; Sassamon Business Staff; Senior Play 4; Ceramics Club; Sophomore Spring Dance Committee; Yearbook Art Committee; Art Club. NANCV BRQSS . . , Glee Club 1, 2; A Capel la 3 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket and Reading Committees 4; Studenr Council 1,4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Board 2 t 3; French Club 4; Sophomore Dance Ticker Committee 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Prom Invitations Com¬ mittee 3. RUSSELL BROWN , . . Baseball 1; Track I; Decoration Committee for Prom; Get Out the Vote. LINDA BRUNEAU . . , Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Decoration Committee for Sopho¬ more Dance 2; Dramatic Chib I; Business Service Club 4; Senior Six 4; ACapeUa 4; Musk Festival 2, 3, 4; Music Play 4; Winter Festival of Music 4; Ticket Committee for Junior Prom 3. LINDA BUDNICK . . , Girls ' Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Safety ParroJ 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3i 4; Sassamon Business Board 2; Senior Play Usherette 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Play Read¬ ing Committee 3; Executive Board 2. ELEANOR BURTON , , . Glee Club 3, 4; A ' Capelk 4, SUSAN BUSTIN . Girls 1 Intramural Tennis and Volley¬ ball l; Sassamon Literary Committee 4; Honor Society 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS BYRNES , . . Safety Patrol " 2, 3 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Secretary to Mr. Bayne W, Drown 4; Best Foot Forward. LINDA CAMPBELL . , . Glee Club 1, 2; Sassamon Business Board 5, 4; Prop Committee, Senior Play 4; Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Refreshments for Soph¬ omore Dance 2; Executive Board 2; Senior Six 4; Business Service Club 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 4; Judge Committee for Science Fair 4; Typing Committee for Yearbook 4; Musical Play 3, 4; Driver Education 3. SHARON ANN CAMPBELL . . . Art Club 4; Driver Training 3; Homemaking 4; Decoration Committee for Christmas Cotillion 2. GASPARE CAP1ZZO . . . Baseball l, 2; Football l, 2, 3; Hockey l, 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; Student Council Dance Committee; " N + Club 3, 4; Gym Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; H N " Club Dance Committee; Intramural Basketball; Student Day Exchange 1961; Received the Ralph H. Howard Award (Most valuable Hockey player of 1960). ROBERT CARROLL . . . Track I, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Musk Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Assembly 1, 2, 3 4; IH N” Club 4. PATRICIA CF1 AMBERS . . . Senior Play 4; Science Fair 2; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Driver Training 3; Prom Ticket Committee 3; Library Aide 3, 4; Sassamon Business 3; Pep Club 4; Gym Club 4; Nurses Aide 4. KARIN CHRISTIANSON „ . . Prom Committee 3; Science Fair 2. CAROLEE ANN CLARKE . . , Yearbook Typing Commit¬ tee 4; Dramatic Club 1; Business Service Club 4; Secretary to Mr. Sticklor 4. ROBERT CLOW . . . Photography 1. WILLIAM COAN . „ , Baseball Manager 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Safety ' Patrol 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Intramural Basketball 1; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4, PENELOPE MARIE COLE t , . Girls Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair I, 2 f 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Usher for Prom 3; Prom Invita¬ tion Committee 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; G.A.A, Executive Board 4; Get Acquainted Dance 1, 4; Future Nurses Club 1; Science Fair Registration Committee 4; Field Hockey (varsity) 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Commircee for G.A.A, Dance 3i 4; Ticket Committee for Cotillion 4. JANICE CONNELL . . Basketball 2; Science Fair; Cer¬ amics Club 1; Guidance Librarian 3, 4. MONICA COTTER . . . Glee Club 1. ROBERT J. COTTER , . Baseball 4; Football 2; Track 2, 4; Tennis 3; Cafeteria MarshalI. PAUL PHILIP COURNOYER . . , Band 1, 2 T 3, 4. DOUGLAS COX . , Baseball l, 2 t 3, 4; Football I, 2; Cafeteria Marshall. JOAN ELIZABETH COX . , . Sassamon Board 3 4; Prom Ticket Committee 3; Senior Play Publicity Committee 4; Decoration Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Publicity Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Usher at Class Day and Graduation 3; Driver Training 4, Homeroom Registrar at Class Elections 1, 2; Checker for Class Election 2, PATRICK J, CUNN1FF , . , Photography Club 4. SYLVIA CURRAN . . Senior Play 4; Senior Executive 4; Drum Majorette 4. BARBARA CURTIS . . , Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Christmas Cotillion Committee 4; Future Nurses Club 4. JACQUELINE CURTIS . . Tennis I; Glee Club 2, RICHARD DALEY . , . Football I; Track L GEORGE A. DAVIS, JR. . . . Photography Club 4; Sassa- mon Photographer 4. JOANNE MARIE DAVID . . Make-up Committee — Senior Play; Art Committee —- GA.A, Dances; Science Fair 2, 4; Get Out the Vote Committee — Baby Sitting and Telephone; Poster Committee for Science Fair 4. ROSE DEMARIA . , . Glee Club 1, 2, 3. WALTER DEMELLE, JR. , . . Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; A ' Gape 11 a. Choir 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Musicals 2, 3, 4; Tufts Civic Education Youth Conference . . Senior Play Reading Committee 3; Ticket Committee Junior Prom; Senior Play Ticket Committee. DOROTHY DEWITT . . . Glee Club l. THOMAS DOGGETT . . . Science Fair; Campaign Elec¬ tion Committee. JAMES LAWRENCE DOHERTY . . . Eyeball 2; Basket¬ ball I, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Decoration Committee for Prom; Campaign Manager for Junior Elections. EDWARD DONOVAN . . . Baseball I, 3 4; Track 4; Senior Executive Board. MINA ELIZABETH DORAN . . . Glee Club 2 t 3; Music Committee for Junior Prom; Business Service Club. CORNELIUS J. DOWNING . . . Senior Play Stage Com¬ mittee. ANN DRUCKER , . . Girls Athletics 1. 2; Honor Society 3i 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook Art Staff 4; Sassamon Business Staff 3; Senior Play Reading Committee 3; Boston Traveler Correspondent 4; French Club 4; Art Club J, 4; Secretary, Honor Society. LINDA LOUISE DRUG AN . . . Basketball. Girls Intra¬ murals 2; Gym Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Decorating Com¬ mittee for Prom 3; Driver Training 3; Business Service Club 4. DONNA DU BOYCE . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 4; Sassamon Business Staff 3 T 4. JUDITH DUFF . , . Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3; Senior Play 4; Prom Committee, Cotillion Decoration and Publicity Committees Musical Comedy French Club l; Executive Boad 2, 3; A ' CapelJa 3,4. RICHARD DUFFY . . , THOMAS DUGAN . . . Football 1; Track 1 2. PETER DUGGAN , . . Senior Play Stage Committee 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3. WILLtAM DUNBAR , . Football 4; Stage Craft Club, DAVID EGAN . , . Senior Play 4. BARBARA EPSTEIN . , . Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society ' 3. 4; Lirerary Staff Sassamon 4; Business Staff Sassamon I, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Prom Usher Committee 3; Science Fair 2; Art Club 4, CHRISTINE ERICKSON . , . Glee Club l; Honor Society 3 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Publicity Committee for the Prom 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Decoration Committee 2; Campaign Committee 1. IRVING EVANS . . . Baseball 2; Basketball 3; Golf 4; Executive Board 2; Science Fair 2. BRADLEY EVERETT . . . Baseball 3; Basketball 2, 3; Safety Patrol 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4, KAREN FAHEY , . . Driver Training; Science Fair l, 3; Refreshment Committee Prom 3; Am and Crafts Club; Library Aide 3; Homemaking 1,2, KATHLEEN FAHEY . . . Glee Club 3 Sassamon Board 2, 3; A ' Capella Choir 4; Best Foot Forward 4. JOHN FALDETTA . . . Football 1, 2. 3 4; Track 2. JOANNE FANCY , . . Intramural Basketball 2; Band 2; Executive Board 4; Driver Training; Chairman Refreshment Committee Christmas Cotillion 4; Decoration Committee Prom 3; Decoration Committee Cotillion 4; Usher Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 1 Club 2, 3; Secretary Future Teachers 1 Club 3- BRUCE FISHER , . . Football 2; Science Fair Committee 2 Years; Radio Club, JAMES FITZGERALD . . . Football I; Tennis 1, 2; Executive Board 3, JOAN FITZGERALD r . . Intramural Basketball 4; Sassa- mon Business Board 3, 4; Senior Play Publicity Committee 4; Driver Training 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Re¬ freshment Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2. JOAN FORD , , . Girls ' Athletics 2; Business Sassamon; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Gym Club, KATHLEEN FRASER . , , Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Costume Committee of Senior Play 4; Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 2, Junior Prom Publicity Committee 3: Library Aide 4; Exchange Editor Sassamon 4, JOHN FRAZEE . . . Track 1, 2, 3. 4; " N " Club 3, 4; Usher Framingham Game. JANICE FREEMAN , . . Glee Club l; Science Fait 2; Driver Training 3; Business Service Gub 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Refreshment Committee for Cotillion 4; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4. CAROLE FRENCH . . . Tennis 2; Glee Club I; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Senior Play Reading Committee 3; Art Club 4; Ceramics Club 3. BARBARA FRJROLAND . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Sassamon Board 4; Dramatic Club I ; Prom Decoration and Invitation Committee 3; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Yearbook Subscrip¬ tion 4; Cotillion Ticket and Decoration Committee 4; Guid¬ ance Librarian 4; Senior Play Publicity 4; Future Teachers ' Gub 3, 4, ROND A FRYE . . . Safety Patrol 4; Nurses Aide 4; Re¬ freshment Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Ticket Com¬ mittee for Senior Play 4; Library Aide 3, 4. SANDRA GHRTTJ . . . Pep Club l; Decoration Commit¬ tee for Sophomore Dance; Campaign Manager 2, 3; Science Fair 1; Business Service Club 4; Guidance Librarian 3; Executive Board 2, 4; Cheerleader 3. 4; Yearbook Sub¬ scriptions j; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Invita¬ tion Committee for Junior Prom 3; Publicity for Senior Play 4; Sassamon 2, 3 P 4; Girls ' Athletics 3; Honor Society 3 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3 4. RICHARD ARNOLD GOULD , . „ Science Fair I; Boys’ Gym Club 4. MARY ANNE GOWAN . . . Basketball 2; Girls ' Athletics 2, 3 4; Science Fair 1, 2. EVELYN GRADY . . . Basketball 1, 2 4; Tennis 4; Glee Club l f 2, 3. JOHN E. GRADY . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1 r MARY LOUISE GRAY . . ♦ Glee Club 2; Sassamon Bus¬ iness Staff 3, 4; A’Capella 4; Usherette at Senior Play 4. KENNETH CARTER GRAY . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey I, 2; Student Council 4; Senior Execu¬ tive Board; " N M Club. ELIZABETH NORMA GRIFFISS . . . Girls 1 Intramural Basketball 3; Glee Cl ub I; Sassamon Board 4; Pep Club 3; Sassamon Solicitor 1; Science Fair 1; Library Aide 3; Dramatic Club 3; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Assistant Registrar; Thanksgiving Day Entertainment 3; Guidance Receptionist 4; Driver Training 4: Art Com¬ mittee for Yearbook 4; B.U. Press Conference 4; Publicity Comm ir tee for Senior Play 4. ALAN GRIN SPOON ... Radio Club I; Ticket Committee for Junior Prom 2. GERALD GUNRUD , , . Hockey t T 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR HALL . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track l, 2; Hockey l, 2, 3, 4 Safety Patrol 2, 3; junior Prom Deco¬ ration Committee 3; N Club 4. KHNNETH HAMWEY . , . Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Senior Play 4; Student Council 4; Executive Board 2, 3 r 4; President Safety Patrol 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 4; Usher Thanksgiving Game 4; Intra¬ mural Basketball 2; Science Fair Committee 4; Publicity for Cotillion 4. LAWRENCE HANSON . . . Band 1. 2, 3. BRENDA HARBRIDGE , . . Girls ' Athletics 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Guidance Librarian 4; Art 1,2; Nurses Aide 3,4; Science Fair 1 T 2, 3 HERBERT HARDY . . . Football I; Get Out the Vote Committee 4, KENNETH HARRINGTON . . . Audio Visual Aides 2, It 4. CAROLYN HASGILL , . , Basketball 2, 3. 4; Girls’ Ath¬ letics 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Future Nurses Club 4; G.A.A. 3 4, FAT HASSARD . . . Glee Club l ( 2, 3; Arts and Crafts 2; Gym Club 3. DIANE HAWKES . . , Honor Society 3, 4; Science Sem¬ inar 4; Softball 2, Girls’ Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Sassamon Business Staff 3 4; Refreshment Committee for Prom 3; Science Fair Committee 3, 4; G,A.A. I T 2, 3,4; Science Club 4; Secretary of Science Club 4; Science Fair l 3; Laboratory Assistant 4. JEAN HAYDEN ... Girls 1 Athletics 4. SANDRA HAYDEN . . . Basketball 2 t 3; Girls ' Athletics l 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1 2 3; Tennis 1. BARBARA HIGGINS ... Glee Club 4 JOHN HIGGINS . . . Glee Club 3. MARILYN HIGGINS . . . Band I t 2; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Junior Executive Board 3; Sassamon Sub¬ scription Committee; Pep Club l; Business Service Club u MARY HIGGINS . . t Business Service Club 4; Driver Training 4; Senior Play Props Committee 4, MARGARET HLADICK , . . Safety Parrol 3, 4; Sassamon Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Co-chairman Decorations Sophomore Dance 2: Decoration Committee Prom 3: Publicity Committee Senior Play 4; Yearbook Subscription 4; Business Service Club 4, Driver Training 3; Checker and Counter Gass Elections 3; Literary Staff Year¬ book 4. LEE HOLBROOK . . . Audio-Visual Aides I t 2, 3, 4; Sci¬ ence Fair Committee 4; Lighting Senior Play 2 t 3 4; Stage¬ craft Club 4; Musical 2, 3i 4; Science Fair 2; Thanksgiving Day Football Usher 4. PETER HOLBROOK , . . Track 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2; Get Out the Vote Committee 4; Literary Staff Yearbook 4; Driver Education 3. DIANA HORAN . . . Science Fair I; Glee Club 2. SANDRA HOLT . Glee Club t 2, 3; Sassamon Board 2, EILEEN HORTON . . . Safety Patrol 3; Glee Club 1; Honor Society 3 r 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Executive Board 3 4; Arts and Crafts Club 1; French Club 4; A ' Capella Choir 3, 4; Campaign Manager I; Decoration Committee Prom 3; Decoration Committee for Christmas Cotillion 3; Sassamon Reporter to the Natick Papers 4; Sassamon Homeroom Distributor I 2, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2 f 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Wheaton Club Award. WALTER HRINTAK . . . Baseball I. 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3 4; Student Council 1; Usher at Senior Graduation; “N " Club 2, 3, 4; M N M Club Officer 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee; Cafeteria Marshall; Cam¬ paign Speaker 2, 3; Counter at Election 2; Junior Prom Committee. RICHARD INCORVATI . . . Baseball 1, 4; Football 1; Glee Club l p 2; A Cape!la 2, 3 4; Senior Play 4; Intra¬ mural Basketball; Sophomore Gym Club 3; Colonel Comes to Kansas 3; Hi-Fi Follies; All-district Chorus 4; All-stare Chorus 4; Science Fair 2. WILLIAM STUART JAMES . . . Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2» 3, 4; Campaign Manager 1. SHERRIE LOUISE JANSEN . . . Band 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3i 4; Glee Club 2; Orchestra t; Sassamon Business Staff 3, 4; Musical 3, 4; A ' Capella 3, 4; Music Festival 1 T 2, 3, 4; Campaign Committee I; Radio Club I; Dramatic Club 3; Science Fair [ T 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Driver Training 4; Science Fair Committee 4; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Committee for Flections 2. MARCIA JANSSON . , , Safety Patrol 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Science Fair I, 3; Ticket Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Campaign Committees J, 3; Sassamon Literary Staff 3i 4; Counter for Elections 2; Assistant Clerk at Flec¬ tions 2, 3; Publicity Committee for Prom 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Auxiliary Decoration Committee for Prom 3; Commissioner of Safety Patrol 4; Driver Training 3; Usherette for Musical 3; Guidance Library 4; Publicity Committee for Fall Frolics 4; Art Committee for Yearbook 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4. ROBERT JEFFREY . . . Baseball 2 T 3; Get Out the Vote Committee 4; Importance of Voting Radio Broadcast 4. JOY JOHNSON . .. Future Nurses Club 4. ROBERT JOHNSON . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Sassa¬ mon Literary Committee 4; Usher Class Day 3: Usher Grad¬ uation 3. SHEILA JOHNSON . . . Arts and Crafts Club 1; Sassamon Business Staff 4. DUNCAN JONES . , . Baseball 1,2, 5, 4; Basketball L 2, 3. 4; Football C 2 W 3, 4; Sassamon Literary Committee 4; U N " Club 3, 4. JANE KADLJK . . . Basketball 3; Sassamon Business Staff 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Publicity Senior Play 4; Cheerleader 4; Pep Club Majorette 3; Business Service Club 4; Yearbook Typing Committee 4. RONALD KADLIK . . . Basketball 1; Football l, 2 3. 4; Track 3, 4; Sophomore Executive Board 2. KENNETH KANE , , . Football 1 T 2, 4; Science Fair Arrangements L 2, 3; Weight Lifting 4; Safety Patrol 4, DIANE KARCHER . r . Safety Patrol 3 r 4; Sassamon Board 1, 2 1 3 4; Subscription Manager Sassamon Business Staff 4; Chairman of Props Committee Senior Play 4; Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 2; A ' Capella 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Musical Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Homeroom Clerk Class Elections 3; Busi¬ ness Service Club 3: Driver Training 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Homemaking 1,2. EDWARD KAVANAGH . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Prop Committee Senior Play 4; Usher to Graduation 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; " N Club; Campaign Manager. SOPHIE KEHAGIOGLOU . . , Tennis 3, 4; G.A.A.; Bus- mess Service Club. MARILYN KEITH . , . Girls 1 Athletics 4; Sassamon Board 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Junior Prom Decoration Com mittee 3; Christmas Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; Christmas Cotillion Publicity Committee 4; Dramatics Club I; Science Fair 2. LOUIS KERN . . Basketball 1, 2, 3 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; " N " Club. ROBERT EDWARD KETO . . . Band 1, 2; Glee Club l; Orchestra 2« JOSEPH fCILEY . , . Baseball I, 2, 4; Football 1, 2 t 3, 4; Track 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3; " N " Club 2, 3 r 4; Usher at Graduation 3; " N " Club Treasurer 4; Cafeteria Marshall 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Senior Play Ticker Committee 4; Football Captain 4; Hockey Captain, 3. DAVID KENYON KING . Football 1, 3, 4; Track 2; Band U 2, 3, 4. PAL?LA MARGARET KLEIN Glee Club 1, 2; Deco ration Committee for Sophomore Dance; Science Pair 1; Intramural Basketball 2; Yearbook Typing Committee; Ticket Committee for Junior Pnom; Driver Training 3. RAYMOND KNOTT . , . Gym Club 4; Baseball I; Football 1, 2, 3t 4. JUDITH KON0W1TZ . . . Sta.ee Hand Hi-Fi Follies 3. BETTYLOL’ LAMBERT . . + Glee Club 2; Business Service Club i; Publicity Committee for the Prom 3; Driver Train mg 4 JOHN WARREN LAMONT . . . Football 3; Photography Club 4. PAULA LAUBNER « , French Club 4; Science Fair l. 2; Driver Training 4; Basketball L. HOLLY 5. LAWRENCE . . . Student Council 2; Executive Board 3; Chairman of Publicity for Prom 3; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Art Club 4; Arts and Crafts Club 3: Science Fair 4. MARIANNA LECCACORVJ . . . Library Aide 3; Checker and Counter for Gass Election I; Science Fair 1; Driving Training 4; Yearbook Typing Comminee 4 WALTER LEE . . . Science Fair 2, 3. JAMES LEFEBVRE .,. Glee Club 1; A ' Capella Choir, JOSEPH LEONE . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD LEVJTZ . . . Tennis 1,2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Science Fair Committee 3; Get Out the Vote Committee 4; Election Debate on WKOX 4; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Science Fair 2, 3. GEORGE LEWIS ♦ . . Band l; Glee Club t; Orchestra 1, 2; Senior Play 4; Art Club 1, 3 4; Dance Band l, 3, 4; A ' Cape I la 3, 4; Prom Decorarion Committee 3; Music Fes¬ tival 2, 3, 4; Musical Play; Driver Training 3; French Club 4. WILLIAM LEWIS . . . Student Council t, 2, 3, 4; President of Class 2 t 3; President of Student Council 4; Student Exchange Group 4. CAROL ANN LINDQUIST . , . Band I, 2; Business Sassumon Board 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Secretary of Class 3; Usherette junior Prom 3: Executive Board 3; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Driver Training 3- MARC1A LOCKHART , „ . Intramural Basketball l. Intramural Softball 1; Science Fair 2; Refreshment and Decoration Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Ceramics Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3; Secretary ' Treasurer Dramatics Club 3; Business Service Club 3; Driver Training 4; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4; Literary Staff Sassamon Yearbook 4; Make-up Comminee Senior Play 4; Tennis 4; Nurses Aide 4; Science Fair Committee 4. INGRID LOFGREN . . . Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2; A Capet la 3, 4; Chorus in Hi-Fi Follies 3; Business Sassamon Staff for Subscribers 3, 4; Spring Music Festival 1, 2 t 3, 4; Senior Six Group I; Assistant Manager for Senior Play Prop Committee 4. JOHANNE LONGO . . . Business Sassamon Board 3; Literary Sassamon Board 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Ceramics Club 2; ' Colonel Comes to Kansas " 2; HilFi Follies 3i Chairmen; Make-Up Committee for Senior Play 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4. PAUL LOVEZZOLA . , Prom Decoration Committee. LOY A. LUTTON, JR. , . . Honor Society 4: Weight Lift¬ ing Club 2; Usher at Class Day 4; Usher ar Graduation 4; Gym Gub 4; Science Fair 2, 4. MARGARET LYNCH . . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Decoration Committee for Class Banquet 4; Outdoor Activities 4; Sup¬ per Committee for Class Banquet 4 MAUREEN MAFFEI . . . Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; G.A.A 2, DAVID MALCOLM . . . Football 1 T 3; Honor Society 4. PATRICIA MANSELL . . . Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 4; Senior Play 4; Executive Board 2, 3 t 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 3; Science Fair 1, 2 t 3; Science Seminar Program 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4: Hi-Fi Follies 3; Usherette Class Day 3; Usherette Gradu¬ ation 3, FIONA MAE MARCO . . . G.A.A, 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3 P 4; Math Club 3; Treasurer, Future Teachers ' Club 3; President, Future Teachers ' Club 4. GRACE JOANNE MARINELLI . . . Field Hockey 4; Girls ' Athletics 4; From Derocation Committee 3; Chairman of Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Usherette, Senior Play 4; Secretary of Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Executive Board 2, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Math Club 3; G.A.A. 4; Science Fair 2; E.M.D.S.C, Convention 4. JANIS MARTIN . , . Basketball 2; Girls ' Athletics 3, 4; Tennis 4; Glee Club 1, 2; A ' Capella 3 P 4; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Musical, Hi-Fi Follies 3: Future Nurses Club 2; Gym Club 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Art Club 3; Science Fair 2 T 4; Driver Training 3 MARJORIE MATSON . . , Softball 1, 23,4; Basketball U 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Athletics I. 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey t, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 1; Refreshment Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Representative to G.A.A. 2; Vice-Presi¬ dent of G.A.A. 3; President of G.A.A. 4; Chairman Invita¬ tion Committee for Cotillion 4; A ' Capella 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Library Aide 1, 2; Executive Board 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 4; Registration Committee for Science Fair, 4; Refreshment Committee for Cotillion. DONNA MAYO . . . Glee Club 3; Sassamon Board 3; Junior Prom Invitations Committee; Senior Play Make-up Committee; Pep Club 3, 4. SANDRA Me: A LISTER . . . Glee Club 2. SANDRA McCAULEY . . . Yearbook Typing Committee 4, PAUL MCDONALD . . . Baseball 2, 3; Football 3; Track 3, 4; Hockey 4; Senior Play 4; Radio Club I; Science Fair 1, 4; Weight Lifting ICub 2; Prom Publicity and Decora¬ tions 3; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Yearbook Art Staff 4; Executive Board 4. CHRISTIE McENDEDFER . . . Glee Club 2; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Entertainment for Sophomore Dance 2; Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; A ' Capella Choir 4; Musical Comedy 3; Sci¬ ence Fair 2. ANN McGARRY . . . Girls ' Athletics 1, 3; Safety Patrol 3 t 4; Gym Club 4: Executive Board 3. BRUCE McGEE . . . Senior Play; Sophomore Executive Board 2; Prom Decorations 3; Clerk in Class Elections, Cotillion Decorations 4. RONALD McGEE . . . Baseball 1, 2; Hockey I; Prom Decorations 3; Photography Club; Weight Lifting Club. THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1. DONALD MCLEOD . . . Cafeteria Marshal 2, 3, 4. CECELIA MERCER . . . Basketball 1; Glee Club 2, 3. CONSTANCE MERRILL . . . Basketball 2; Ceramics Club I; Arts and Crafts Club 2; Art Club 4. LINDA MERTEN . . . Girls ' Athletics i. 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3 P 4; Glee Club 1; Sassamon Business Board 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Library Aide !, 2; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. Representative I, 3; Prom Committee 3; Secretary of Safety ' Patrol 4; Science Fait Committee 2; Assistant Subscription Manager, Sassamon 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Refresh¬ ment Committee G.A.A. Dance 4; Program Chairman of G.A.A. 4. PAMELA MILLER , . - Girls ' Athletics !, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 4: Sassamon Board 4; Library ' Aide ]; Future Teachers Club 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2 t 3, 4; Treasurer of G.A.A. 4; Science Fair 2. GEORGE MILLS . . . Glee Club 1; Senior Play 4; A ' Capella Chorus 4; Science Fair 3, 4. ROBERTA MING ACE . . Senior Play Publicity Commit¬ tee 4; Gym Chib i; Hi-Fi Follies 3. FLORENCE MOORE . . . Girls ' Athletics I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 1; Sassamon Business Board 3, 4; Senior Play 1; G.A.A. Officer 3; Sophomore Spring Swing 2. Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Ceramics 2; Campaign Manager 1; Assistant Registrar E; Assistant Clerk 2; Science Fair 1,2, 3, 4; junior Prom Refreshment Committee 3; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Halloween Hop Tickets 3; Science Fair Committee 3. 4: A ' Capella 4; Science Seminar 4; Science Club 4. BARBARA MORGAN , . . Sassamon Business Board 2; Student Council 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Student Council 4; Chairman of Publicity for Senior Play 1; Usherette for Graduation and Class Day, 3; Pep Club 2. FRANCIS MORRIS . , . Photography club 1. WILLIAM MORISSEY , . Football 1 2; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4; Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3; Deco¬ ration Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Science Fair 1, 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Decoration Committee Sadie Hawkins Dance 2. [RENE MORTON . . . Glee Club 3. 4. RICHARD MOSHER . . . Prom Decoration Committee 3; Science Fair 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Usher for Class Day and Graduation 3. GAIL MOSMAN . . . Glee Club l, 2; Sassamon Business Board 4; Senior Play 4; Publicity Com mi tree Sophomore Dance 2; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4; Princess Com¬ mittee Christmas Cotillion 4; Senior Play Reading Com¬ mittee 3; Dramatic Club 2; Ceramic Club 2; I-Ii-Fi Follies 3; Senior Executive Board 4; Sassamon Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Driver Training 3; Library Aide 2, 155 PAULA MAE M0STECKI . . , Glee Club l, 2, 3; Deco- ration Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Publicity Com¬ mittee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Ticket Committee for the Senior Play 4; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Business Service Club 4; Science Fair l, 2; Sassamon Bus- iness Staff 2, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, PETEK MOSTECKI . . Band l T 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 3; Dance Band 4; Decoration Committee Cotillion 4; Weight Lifting 2, 3 4; Radio Club l r 2; Science Fair 1 T 2, 4 JOHN MULLANEY . . . Football l t 2 T 3, 4: Junior Prom Decoration Committee; Junior Prom Ticket Committee; " N M Club. DONALD A. MULLEY . . Baseball l, 2, 4; Track 3. 4; Hockey 1; Science Fair; Prom Decoration Committee, JERE MUNRO . . . Football 2, 3, 4. JOHN PATRICK MURPHY . . . Track 4; Science Fait Committee; Science Fair 4; Ticket Committee for Senior Play. JOYCE MURRAY . , , Glee Club 1; Decoration Committee Cotillion 4; Nurses Aide; Future Nurses Club. HOWARD FRED NELSON . . Baseball 1. 2, V 4; Foot¬ ball I, 2; Band l t 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Senior Pl ay 4; Weigh: Lifting 1, 2; Senior Prom Entertainment Committee 3; Musical (Prop Committee) 2, 3; Cotillion Decoration Committee 3. 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball I; Sophomore Dance Refreshment Committee 2; Radio Club l t 2 t 3. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Decoration Committee 2, SHEILA NEWHOUSE . . . Sassamon Business Board 3; Senior Play 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Prom Invi¬ tation Committee 3; Chairman Cotillion Decoration Com¬ mittee 4; Sophomore Dance Decoration Committee 2; Senior Play Ticket Committee t; Pep Club 4; Dramatic Club I; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Treasurer of Future Teachers ' Club 4; Guidance Library 4. ELEANOR NEWMAN . . , Business Service Club 4. HARRIS NEWMAN . , Track I; Tennis I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; junior Prom Ticket Committee 3; Science Fair Committee 2; Cross-Q m ntry I; Inrramura 1 Basketba 11 2 , ANN NICHOLAS . . . Intramural Basketball 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Majorette L 2, 3, 4; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3: Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Poster Com¬ mittee Cotillion 4; Refreshment Committee Cotillion 4; Secretary of Get Our the Vote Committee 4; Usherette for Senior Play 4; Arts and Crafts Club 2, 3; Ticket Com¬ mittee for Cotillion 4; Girls ' Athletic Association. BETHANY NICHOLS . . . Glee Club 2; Honor Sodery 3i 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Senior Play Publicity Chairman for Best Foot Forward 4; Junior Prom Invitation Committee 3; Science Fair 2; Science Fair Hos¬ tess Committee 3; DOUGLAS NICKERSON . . . Tennis 4; Radio Club 2; Weight Lifting Club 4; Intramural Basketball 2; Science Fair 2. SANDRA L NICKLES . . . Girls ' Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3 COLETTE O ' DEA . , . Glee Club 1, 2; Arts and Crafts 2 . GERALDINE O ' KEEFE . . , Sassamon Board I; Theme Commitee Junior Prom 3; Chairman Prom I nv iterations Committee 3; Chairman Decorations Committee Spring Swing 2; Chairman Decorations for Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Executive Board 2, 3; Nurse ' s Aide 4; Secretary Future Teachers ' Club 4; Future Teachers’ Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club i; French Club 4 KEITH OLDFIELD . . . Football 2, 4; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Cotillion Committee 4; Science Fair I t 2 4, JOE O ' SULLIVAN « . . A ' Cape! I a Chorus 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Christinas Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; Science Fair 2 t 3; Musical Play 4. GEORGE PALLI . . . Basketball 1.2. ARLENE PAQUETTE . . . Glee Club 1; Sassamon Business StaiT 3, 4; A Capella 4; Chairman of Junior Prom 3; Pub¬ licity Committee of Cotillion 4; Co-chairman of Decorations for Cotillion 4; Property and Ticket Committees for Senior Play 1; Ticket Committee for Cotillion Pep Club Bus¬ iness Service Club 4; Usherette for Junior Prom; Executive Board L 4; Mvisic Festival 4; Gass Election Counter 4; Class Election Counter 2; Thanksgiving Half-time Exercises 3. GILFORD PEELER IN . , Basketball l; Prom Committees 3; Stage Guide. JOANNE FERREIRA . „ , Decoration Committee for the Junior Prom 3. ANTHONY PESSINI . . . Fonrbalt C 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club l; A ' Capelb 4; Honor Society 4; Student Council 3, 4; " N M Club 2 3, 4; Science Fair L 2; Props for Senior Play 4. WILLIAMS PHILLIPS . , . Baseball I; Football I, 2. 3. 4; Band I, 2, 4; Orchestra L 2, 4; Dance Band 1. 2 t 4; Science Fair I, 2, 4. GERALD PH1NNEY . . Decoration for Prom Commit¬ tee 3- GERALDINE PICCIOLI . . , Usherette for Senior Play 4; Driver Training 4. WILLIAM PICKERING . . . Science Fair 1. LEON PISTONE . . Tennis 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Weight Lifting Club 4. JENNIFER POLEY . Glee Club 4; Christmas Drawing 3 WILLIAM DOUGLAS QUIGLEY . . Tennis 3; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Science Fair L VIRGINIA QUIRK , . Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Ushererte Senior Play 4. MARIA RABBIG , . . Basketball 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Honor Sodery 3, 4; Science Fair Committee 3, 4; Sassamon Literary 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Business Service Club 3; Class Elections 2; Musical Festival 1; Science Fair I, 2 3, PETFR READ . , , Track I, 2, 3 4- Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Student Council r ; " N " Club 3 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Science Fair I, 2, 3» 4. JUDITH RECKENDROF . . . Girls ' Athletics 2, 3; Safety Patrol 3 t 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 3 4; A ' CapcIla 3» 4; Executive Board 2; Musical 3, 4; Music Festivals l, 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Clinic Aide 3i 4 SUSAN REDFICLD . . . Basketball 2; Glee Club 2; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Bus¬ iness Service Club 2; Dramatic Club I; Science Fair 2, 3 4; Clerk for Class Elections 3; Publicity for Science Fair 4; Refreshment Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4. CRAIG REUBENS , . . Band 4: Photography Club 4; National Merit Scholarship-Le t ter of Commendation 4; Driver Training 4 NANCY C RILEY . . , Business Service Club 2. CARLETON MARSHALL RINEHART, JR, . . . Baseball t, 2; Football L, 3 4; Track 3; Boys ' Gym Club. RICHARD ROSE . . . Science Fair 2. RUTH MARGARET ROSEBURY . . . Yearbook Art Com¬ mittee 4; Art 2; Arts and Crafts 2, 4; Art Club 4; Business Service Club 4; Science Fair 2; Typing Award Pin 3; Three Industrial rAts Awards 2; Language Lab Assistant 4; Christ¬ mas Drawing 3- LEWIS SAMUEL ROSEN . . . Tennis 3. 4; A ' Capeila 4; Senior Play 4; junior Prom Dance Committee 3; Drama Club 3, 4; High School Musical 3, 4. JANET ROSS . . . Softball 1, 4; Honor Society 4: Student Council 2, 3; Executive Board 2; Cheerleader 3 t 4; Head Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Publicity for Senior Play 4. SHEILA ROWE . . Glee Club l t 2; A ' Capeila 3, 4; Senior Six 4; Business Service Club 3; Musical 3, 4; Music Festivals 1, 2, 3 t 4; Driver Training. JAMES RLiSSELL, JR. , . , Band 3; Musical Play 3- NANCY SAAR I . . Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club L; Pep Club I; Thanksgiving Half Time 1; Business Service Club 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Science Fair Committee 3; Refreshment Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Music Festival 1. JEFFREY SALVIN . . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country l, 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Orchestra 2; Indoor and Outdoor Track Manager 2, 3. 4. JIMMY SANTAMARIA . . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1 2, 3, 4; Get Out the Vote Committee 4; " N Club 2, 3,4. JOHN SHEASGREEN , . . Track 1, 2, 4; Get Our the Vote Committee 4. ELIZABETH L. SHIELD . . . Girls ' Athletics I, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Ticket Committee for Cotillion 4. ANN JANE SlGALOVE , , . Glee Club I, 2; Sassamon Board 4; Prom Decorating Committee 3; Prom Invitation Conimiirce 3; Science Fair l, 2; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3, 4; Guidance Librarian 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4 m , Senior Play Usherette 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee 4; Cotil¬ lion Ticker Committee 4. MARY SILVIA , . Basketball 2: HENRY CHARLES SIMARD . , . Hockey L SUSAN LYNNE SISSENWINE , . . Glee Club 2; Orchestra 3; Co-chairman for Publicity Committee for Sophomore Dance 2: Science l air l, 2; Decoration Committee Junior Prom; Ticket Committee Senior Play; Ticker Committee Christmas Cotillion; Executive Board 2; Get Out the Vote Committee 4. ELIZABETH SMITH . . Band 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Honor Society 4; Music Committee for Junior Prom; All School Musical. RONALD SPINNEY , . . Hockey I. CAROL SPAULDING . . , Girls Athletics I, 2; Ticket Committee for Prom 3; Executive Board 3; Pep Club 3, 4. LARAINE STEPNER . . , Girls Athletics 4; Glee Club 1; Dramatics Club 1; From Decorating Committee 3; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Pep Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee 4; Cotil¬ lion Ticket Committee Co-chairman 4; Guidance Librarian 4, CRAIG S. SULLIVAN . . . Prom Decoration Committee 3; Christmas Drawing 3, 4; Sassamon Yearbook Art Com¬ mittee 4; Science Fair 1, 2 SUSAN SULLIVAN . , Glee Club 1, 2; Sassamon Literary ' Staff 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Ceramics Club 1; Driver Training 3; Science Fair l, 2, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Chairman Cotillion Deco¬ ration Committee 4; Cotillion Refreshment Committee 4; Get Out the Vote Committee 4; Library 4 Aide 3, 4; Hi-Fi Follies 3; Sassamon Subscriptions Committee 2, 3, 4; Elec¬ tions {class) 3, MEREDITH SWANSON , . . Glee Club 1, 2, 3 4. JOYCE TARTARINi . . Safety Patiol 3, 4; Ticket Com¬ mittee for the Sophomore Dance 2; Sophomore Executive Board 2; Science Fair L; Secretary to Mr. McMannus 4; Secretary to Mr. W. Bennett L; Girls ' Gym Club 4. DOUGLAS TARTARIN! . . . Cafeteria Marshal 3; Gym Club 4; Science Fair 2; An Club l. THOMAS TASSINAR] . . r Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society A Orchesrra 1; Science Fair 2; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3- JOHN TATA . . . Band !, 2: Science Fair 2. JOHN THEMEL1 . , . Baseball l, 2, 4; Basketball l, 2, 3, 4; Football l T 2; Science Fair 2; Campaign Manager T CARL THORSEN . Baseball 1; Football l. 2, 4: Track 3; Hockey t; Campaign Manager; Prom Decoration Com¬ mittee, GEORGE THORSEN . . . Track 4 + MARILYN TOWNSEND . . . Girls Athletics 3; Executive Board 2; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 2; Nurses Aide 3; Science Fair I; Decoration Com- mitree Sophomore Dance 2; Publicity Committee for Get Out the Vote 4. TERRY TOWNSEND . . Football 3; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Weight Lifting Qub 4; Science Fair I, 2, 4; Science Fair Hospitality Committee 3; Chairman Program Committee 4. LAWRENCE TREPPA . . . Football 1, 2; Usher for Prom 3; Campaign Manager 1; Science Fair 1, 2, ROBERT TRIPP . , . Track 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3. 4; Honor Society 4; " N Club 3, 4; Weather Club 2; Photo Club A, CATER NINE TROY . . . Dramatics Club 4, RICHARD B, TRUE . . . Baseball l f 2, 3. 4; Football 1. 2; Hockey L 3, 4; Band I, 2, 3; Orchestra l; Junior and Senior Executive Board; Decorating Committee for Junior Prom; Dance Band; Careers for Teenager —- WEE!; Political De¬ bate WKOX; Science Fair 1, 2. 3 ,4, KEVIN W. TRUNDY . . Safety Patrol 2, 3; Prom Deco¬ ration Committee 3. Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Cotil¬ lion Decoration Committee 4; Science Fair 1, 2 t 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Public Speaking 4. DAVID TUPFER . . . Football U 2, 3. SANDRA UFFORD . . . Girls Basketball 3: Girls Athletics i f 2 ( 4; Capr of Girls Varsity Field Hotkey Team 3; Tennis 3; Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club l , 2; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Executive Board; S ass a man Business Stall 4; Bus- mess Service Club 3, ■!; Girls ' Athletic Association l, 2, 3 T 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Honorable Mention 2; Library Aide 3 4 KATHERINE VAHEY . . . Girls ' Athletics I: Glee Club 1; Sassamon Business Staff 4; Senior Play 4: Ticker Committee Prom 3; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Future Nurses Club 2; Science Fair I; Nurses Aide 4, PAUL VAN TASSEL . . . Baseball 1; Science Fair Commit¬ tee 2 t 4; Science Fair 2 4, JOANNE VICTOR . , junior Executive Board 3; Senior Play Reading Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Science Fair 1, 4, ANN WALSH . - . Honor Society 4; Pep Club 3; Secretary of French Club 4; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Drama Club 3; Driver Training 4; Play Reading Committee 3; Make-up Committee for Senior Play 4; Intramural Basketball l t 2, 3; Field Hockey 3, 4; GA.A, 3 4. PAUL WHELAN . , . Football 3; Usher Committee for Prom 3; Weight Lifting Gub 4. DAVID WINNER . . . Football 1, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; ‘N " Club 2 3, 4; Photo Club 4; Science Fair 1, 2. GARY WITTEN . . . Basketball i T 2, 3; Football 1 T 2. 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vice-President of Student Council i; Boys State Representative 3; Sports Editor, 4; " N " Club 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 PAUL WITHROW , . Football L JAMES WALSH . . . Basketball 2; Golf 2, 3 4; Weight Lifting Club 4; Cafeteria Marshal 3; Usher Committee Senior Play 4; Gym Club 3; Good Government Committee 4. FRED WARD . . . Junior Prom Scenery Committee 3; Cafeteria Marshal 4. DONALD WARNER . . . Cafeteria Marshal 3; Baseball 2, 3; Football 1. 3. KAREL WEIS5BERG . Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3; Field Hockey U 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3 4; Sassamon Editor 4; Senior Reading Com¬ mittee 3- BEVERLY WENTWORTH . . . Salmon Business Staff 4; Business Service Club 4; Junior Prom Decorating Comm Sl¬ ice 3; Senior Play Ticker Committee 4; Usherette Senior PI ay i: Science Fair I; Yearbook Typing Committee 4, DAVID WOOD . „ . Football 1. 4; Safety Patrol 2. 3; Glee Club 1; A Capella 4; Science Fair L. 2, 3 4; Photo Club 1. 2, 3 4. STEPHEN WOOD . . . Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3; Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4, WAYNE WOO LEY . . . Football 2; Dance Committee K 2; Dance Chairman I; Literary Yearbook Committee 4; Christ¬ mas Assembly — Narrator 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Art Gub 1; Public Speaking 4. ANTONETTE ZACCAQNINi , . . Girls ' Basketball !; Glee Club I. DENNIS ZICKO . . . Basketball 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; N ,P Club i, 2, J T t; Photo Gub l t 2, 3 4; Science Fair 1, 2 t 3. 4 NANCY ZICKO . . . Executive Board 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Business Sassamon Staff 3; Assistant Manager Business Staff 4; Pep Club 2; Business Service Club 3; Refrehment Committee Fall Frolic 4; Chairman Ticket Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4. RICHARD ZONGHI . . . Art Club L Class D a y Welcome Address Parents, Teachers, and Friends: The Class of 1961 rakes great pleasure in welcoming you to these, our class day exercises. As we reflect on our high-school days, we find much for which to be thankful. This outstanding building which has been provided for us is indeed a great privilege Here we have acquired nor only excellent book-learning, but have been in¬ stilled with the ideals of brotherhood and citizenship in a friendly, stimulating atmosphere. We will most certainly profit in the future from all the knowledge and experience we have gained here at Natick High Graduation Welcome Address Parents, Teachers, and Friends: It is a privilege and an honor for me to welcome you to the Commence¬ ment Day Exercises of the Class of I96 L We seniors have reached a turning point in our lives. We are stepping our into a world marked with turbulence and challenges. The United States is confronted today with a great power working for world domination, the Soviet Union. It is vitally important that we, as the leaders of the coming years, meet this challenge with our utmost capabilities Whether we enter the field of business, industry, or science or whether we seek higher learning, we can proceed with confidence. The people of Natick have provided us with a solid foundation for our future lives Thus, we graduate tonight with a feeling of pride and accomplishment, but most of all with a feeling of deep appreciation for all that you, the people of Natick, have given to us Class Essay by Robert L. Anstey Today we stand on the threshold of a new frontier of rapid advancement in both technological and non-material culture. The Americans of today, the citizens of Natick, of Massachusetts and of the whole country, are faced with challenges greater than have ever been faced before. As our President has said, a new way of life is developing for a new generation of Americans. Our personal duty as citizens of this progressive nation is to meet the many and complex obligations of the new frontier. We must prepare ourselves in order to contribute to society rather than becoming impediments of progress. If our society is to function efficiently and meaningfully, each of us must strive for the highest possible perfection. To achieve perfection each person must know himself thorough¬ ly. We must know our limits and our failings as well as our abilities. Conrad had said that man must show ' The edge of his temper and the fiber of his stuff , . . the quality of his resistance and the secret truth of his pretences, not only to others, but also to himself” After essessing the problem, determining the gaps to be filled and the abilities to be employed, we can chart a proper course for our improvement. This is a personal obligation. Meeting the minimal standards which have been established for in¬ struction in our schools cannot be constructed as a proper preparation to meet our obligations. We must become educated in the oral sense in order to develop fully our own self-know!edge. Today the training of scientists, like the development of any individual, depends largely upon self-perception in education. We recognize the importance of science in the development of the new frontier, yet we cannot all become scientists. Our society requires cooperation and contribu¬ tion from all skills and all fields of endeavor The duties and obligations of scientists in this new age, nevertheless, are ones we can all emulate. Even chough they work under rigid rules of procedure, scientists are not forced to blindly obey, rather they reserve the right to question and, if necessary, to rebel against unsound concepts. Extreme loyalty without understanding can easily turn into an imprisoning con fortuity. Complacent and self-satisfied scientists could easily ruin our new frontier by retarding essential progress. Even though scientists must frequently question, and sometimes rebel, others may ask " To what extent should I question the established order of things?” Many individuals feel that they do not know enough about the complex organization of out society to question apparent weaknesses. The only excuse for questioning the quality of something is to improve it, not to renounce it. We must examine, investigate, and build the necessary knowledge to question the causes of our own weaknesses. Then, we can be bold enough to express our own ideas and our own feelings con¬ cerning the social forces affecting our lives. Bolstered by the knowledge we acquire we can dare to excel. The purpose of this cursary examination is not to list current social weaknesses, bur rather to suggest a solution. Blind conform tty, as represented in our society by the grey- Jlannel business suit, cliques, political arch-conservatives, brown stone houses, as well as severely antiquated rules of conduct and dress, has become a detriment to out current way of life. T hose who follow a creed without reason or understanding show the depth of their ignorance. The practice of rigid etiquette and affected airs, on the other hand, shows the degree of an individual s pretension and snobbery. The extent of an individual’s tack of imagination is demonstrated by his desire to follow certain customs merely because they are ' The thing to do.” The leaders-to- be of our country must have both imagination and initiative. They canot be pretentious, shallow, or false. They must possess :i vast store of personal knowledge, per¬ cept iveness, and ability. A blind follower has none of these qualities. In the opposite extreme, blind non-conformity or an unreasonable rejection of social benefits, is likewise the an tihes is of progress. We cannot allow curse Ives to be like this beat " generation of radical non-conformists. They re¬ ject our rules of life and they set up codes of conduct and modes of dress more rigorous and demanding than our own. They fail to subject themselves to an analysis to find their own faults. Instead, they hide their faults with a cover of exhibitional non-conformity. Their assumed at¬ titudes are merely a pretest to withdraw into themselves, to become isolated from the rest of society. However, these concepts have become so popular that numerous ’ normal " individuals take special pride in religiously conforming to this group, striving especially for group acceptance. Thus, this group, actually conforms to fixed rules more rigid than they realize. Today there are so many of these individuals that the old radical elements are searching for new forms of exhibitionalism. Conformity of this sort leads to mediocrity and complacency. Today we simply cannot afford to be mediocre. Our personal new frontier is one of continued challenges to both our intelligence and to our moral nature. In order to meet the requirement for progress we must analyze the causes of possible weaknesses in our social structure. We must also be aware of our abilities, and the forces available to us to prove our place in the new frontier. L_ HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1961 by Karel Weissberg Students of the Class of 1961: here we are ready to graduate from Natick High School! Think back to what it was like when we first entered in September, 1957. Of course, we were not the usual bewildered freshmen, but we were a little less sophisticated than we are now. Nevertheless, we withstood that battery of aptitude tests given on the first day and began tak¬ ing part in school activities. We elected Nancy Bross, Walter DeMelle, William Lewis, Carol Lindquist, and Janice Wilson to Student Council. We became members of clubs, went out for sports, and groaned about homework. That year we had undefeated foot¬ ball and hockey seasons. In track, James Santamaria was already excelling. He became the first ninth grader in Massachusetts to win a medal in stare competition and the first to break the five-minute mile. In May we held rhe first of our three exciting campaigns. We elected as our sophomore officers: William Lewis, President; Patti Hersey, Vice Presi¬ dent; Janice Wilson, Secretary; and Nancy Bross, Treasurer. Along with the executive board the next year they planned our first class endeavor, the Spring Swing. They also began to collect dues, and by the end of the year our class had set a record in dues-coi- lecting. En fact, the Class of 61 has become the richest class in the history of Natick High! Sports became important to us during sopho¬ more year because Walter Hriniak was on the varsity football, hockey, and baseball teams. Many others from our class aided varsity and J.V. teams in all sports. Linda Bruneau brought recognition to us by winning a state gold pin award in arts and crafts. We began our junior year led by officers William Lewis, Patti Hersey, Carol Lindquist, and Edith Hopf. Immediately plans were underway for the prom; the theme " Bali-Hai” was chosen and everyone worked hard to make it the best prom ever. We had members participate again this year in the musical and the Science Fair. Robert Anstey won the grand prize at the Fair and went on to win a second prize at the Massachusetts State Science Fair and a grant from the National Science Foundation Fellowship to study in Colorado. He was also selected a semi-finalist in the Westinghouse Talent Search. Mil burn Stuart won three state awards and a state gold pin in woodworking and Francis Morris won a graphic arts award. The Science Seminar in connection with the Quartermaster Laboratories was initiated this year. Seniors Robert Anstey, Pamela Brady, Diane Hawkes, Patricia Mansell, and Florence Moore took part. Other new courses include third and fourth year Latin, World Literature, and an expanded Economics class. We chose Theodore Bracken and Gary Witten to represent Natick at Boys ' State, and as our Girls State re presen tit ive, Patti Hersey was elected Attorney General Our class sent the first delegates from Natick High ever to participate in the Tufts North¬ east Regional Youth Citizenship Conference; they were Nancy Bross and Walter DeMelle. Senior year has been die most hectic and exciting ever. One ambitious morning, senior girls startled the student body by riding up to school on bicycles! Another parade, this time to advertise our play, " Gentlemen Prefer Blonds”, marched from the Com¬ mon and was honored by a police escort! The com¬ mendable performance, which drew a record-breaking crowd, starred Gail Mosman, Christie McEnderfer, Walter DeMelle, and Wayne- Woo ley. The executive- board and senior class officers Thomas Stewart, Patti Hersey. Janice Wilson, and Edith Hopf planned our next activity, an " Old Fashioned Christmas " Cotillion, at which Geraldine O ' Keefe was crowned Snow Queen. Also this year we elected Patti Hersey as D.A.R. Good Citizen and Theodore Bracken received the Brotherhood Award. In the Science Fair. Robert An- secy again won the grand prize, making him the first person ever to win this award twice. In sports our teams worked hard, and even though the record wasn’t perfect, we ' re proud of them. One of the most exciting football games of the season was the one in which Natick, led by Captain Joseph Kiley, came from behind four times to defeat Woburn, 2S to 26. Gary Witten and Walter Hriniak made the state All-Scholastic Team. Walter was most valuable player and highest scorer in the Bay State Hockey League. In indoor track, Natick placed second in the MET League and a very close second at the state Class B meet. At this event, Captain David Winner placed second in the 300, losing by inches; Gary Witten placed first in the shot put, and other lettermen earned points for Natick. Gary and Nor¬ man Bloomstein went to the National Meet in New York. Outstanding senior basketball players were William James and Louis Kern. The cheerleading squad, led by Janet Ross, practiced hard and brought home the championship. Eiynor Bloom, Sandra Ghetti, Leslie Rembijas, and Marianna Leccacorvi won awards given by the Gregg Publishing Company in the Order of Business Efficiency for outstanding work in Clerical Practice. Linda Campbell, Arlene Paquette, and Michele Roberts competed in the Facit National Typing Con¬ test, and Richard White was a Blue Ribbon Regional winner in the Globe Scholastic Art Contest. Members of our class performed this year in " Best Foot Forward " , the first Broadway musical presented at Natick High; seniors Lewis Rosen and Elizabeth Smith had leading roles. Seniors performed in the Dance Band, A ' Capelk Chorus, and, of course, the Senior Six, which included Nancy Barstow, Linda Bruneau, Sherrie Jansen, Ingrid Lofgren, Linda Campbell and Shelia Rowe, Richard Incorvati was selected to sing in the All-State Chorus. Patti Hersey was our delegate to the State House on Good Government Day. Gasper Capizzo, Edith Hopf, William Lewis, and Janice Wilson belonged to the exchange group headed by Patti which visited Revere and hosted the Revere High School delega¬ tion at Natick. This year the National Honor Society established the precedent of members receiving their pins at their induction rather than an Class Day. Three members, Christine Erickson, Craig Reubens, and Karel Weiss- berg, qualified as semi-finalists for Honor Society Scholarships. Twelve seniors won Letters of Com¬ mendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. We are proud chat Robert Cotter, John Frazee, Ralph Sims, and Carl Thorsen have entered the service. They will be among those receiving diplomas. Now as the time to say good bye approaches, we want to thank all who have helped us in these four year., especially our class advisors, Miss Kaplan, Miss Porhier, and Mr. Woodhams. As the Class of 1961 we have always sought to do our best, and our achievements will continue to increase because of our training at Natick High School. CLASS WILL We, the illustrious class of 1961, whose numerous achieve¬ ments unquestionably make us the most outstanding and ambitious senior class ever to graduate from Natick High, do sadly leave this, our Last Will and Testament. To Mr, Hennigar, Mr, Bannitk, and the members of the faculty, we leave the underclassmen, those less-fortunate members of our school who have been deprived of the honor and privilege of being part of our renowned class, and who must remain within the hallowed halls of Natick High for another two or three years. To Miss Kaplan, Miss Pothier, and Mr, Woodhams, we leave our sincere thanks for helping us plan all our class activities, in¬ cluding our tremendously successful junior-senior prom, held in Bali Hai last June and our ncvet-to-bc-forgottcfi senior-week activities this year. We, also, leave our heartfelt thanks to Mbs Shannon and Mr. Goddard who have done such a tcrrilk job in helping us plan our yearbook. To the Juniors, we leave the long-awaited, coveted title of SENIOR, together with the encouraging thought that in only 180 more school days, you, too, will be graduating. To the Sophomores, we leave the privilege of being upperclass¬ men with the hope that you will live up to this title by adequately " taking care " of the incoming sophomores, who missed the honor of being dominated by us. To Mbs Hamm, we leave ten extra minutes to be tacked on to all French classes in order to try to make up for the new shortened class periods. To Mrs. Brown, we leave a specially-designed lie-detector, built by Mr. Bicdrzyskfs B and D period physics classes, guaranteed to help in detecting those really sick from those suffering from TESTITIS " , a common ailment, brought on by thoughts of that dreaded test next period. To Mr, McGrath, we leave several copies of a jazz album " Music to Play Hooky By " , which were donated, under force, by several members of our class who prefer to remain anonymous. To Mr. Slamin we also leave an album — one by Shelly Ber¬ man, who heard about Mr. Slaminb copy of Bob Newbartb record and demanded equal time. To various members of the faculty, we leave the privilege of using the following phrases again next year " So much for that. " " Where did YOU study Algebra last year? " " Parlez plus fort! " " F-R-F space, J-U-J space . . " Five points for squad one for being quiet during roll calk " and " We shall now delve into several pertinent factors relative to this subject. " The following would like to leave personal requests: 1, Sandy Ghem leave to Janie Pistone my handy pocket ad¬ dition of " How to Catch a Flyer " with the hope that she, too, will trap a " Blue Bird. " I, Ron Spinney, leave my ‘53 " Olds " to anyone with enough money to put it on the road. I, Peter Holbrook, leave my speckled corduraoys to Dick McCarthy, if he ' s brave enough to wear them. I, Paul McDonald, leave my title of " Undefeated Ping-Pong King " to any underclassman clever enough to keep away from the good players, the way I did. We, the cheerleaders, leave a well-used megaphone to that honorary Junior cheerleader, Bob Pipe. We, the Advanced Biology Class, leave our baby powder to " The King. " We, Nancy Barstow and Marcia Lockhart, leave the task of wriring our high school memories to any underclassman willing to share the blame. 3, Judy Duff, by popular demand, leave my " air-conditioned 1 blue sneakers to the nearest dis infectant company. I, Ken " Mel " Ham way, leave my interest in the Boston Celtics to no one, because 1 plan to write several books about this ball dub in the future, J t Tony Pessini, leave my argyle knee socks to Tommy Moore. I, Pamela Brady, leave my natural ability in mathematics to anyone planning to major in English. I, Alan Grtnspoon, leave singing " A wimeweb " with Peter Read. We, all the SENIOR members of the safety patrol, leave our endless supply of Scotch tape to Charly Griffiss, the new S. P, chief, I, Gus Capizzo, leave my suntan lotion to the two trusty goalies of the Junior class. L Susan H. Sullivan, leave my secret middle name to anyone brave e nougb to wa nt it, (You ' ll be sot ryf) We, Pat Mansell, Patti Hersey, and Diane Armirage, leave our ghost costumes to Lynn Tboreoux, Donna Fineo, and Cheryl Dunston incase they get hungry next Halloween. We, the " Irish " members of 5260, Duncan Jones, " Stewy " James, ' Butch " Hriniak and Richard Incorvati, leave a special gift certificate to Mr, Lowell, good for one Kelly-green tie to be worn next Saint Patricks Day in place of his red plaid one. I. Diane Bradford, leave my name " Itry Bitty " to Peggy Hyottc with the hope that she will be Luckier than I was and out-grow it. I. Sherrie Jansen, leave Glockenspiel to Linda Robinson. We Heath Fisk and Craig Reubens, leave our unusual sing¬ ing ability to anyone who can successfully say, " Bomb, ha ba bomb ba ba, bomb bomb bomb, ba ba bomb, ba ba bomb, ba ba, dang dang dang, ding ah dong ding, blue moon. " 1 3 " Skip " DeMelle, leave my size 13 shoes, left to me by my brother, in the library for my sister when she arrives here in two years. I, John Falderta, leave my " favorite " nickname, " Chief " to its originator, Mr. Columbo, to pawn off on some other " Italian Indian. " We, Mary Lou Gray and Eileen Horton, leave our high heels to anyone who wants to come Up in the world. I, Kathy Vahcy, leave my placard from the Senior Play " A Bas Les Hommes” (DOWN WITH MEN) in the waste basket, where it belongs! I, Milhurn Stewart, leave my initialed gym shores to any un¬ derclassman with the initials M. S. I, Linda Bud nick, leave my pen name, " An Irate Senior " , with the hope that I ' ll never need it again. We all the SENIORS not before mentioned, leave our con¬ dolences to all the underclassmen, likewise not before mentioned, on their loss on June 12, 1,961 when the greatest SENIOR CLASS ever, will be graduated from Natick High. In witness, where of we, the members of the Gass of 1961 have set our hand and seal here to this eighth day of June in this year of Our Lord one thousand nineteen hundred sixty-one, de¬ claring this to be our Last Will and Testament. Signed; Eileen Horton Witnessed by: Patricia F. Buckley CLASS BANQUET I CLASS DAY June 8, 1961 GRADUATION FAREWELL ADDRESS by Peter Read Graduation brings to a close many memories. We are deeply grateful to the friends around us with whom we have shared happy experiences. Yet, today we leave an even more valued friend than these. This friend is education. The school with its dedicated teachers and advisors has had but one purpose: to guide each student towards the realization of his potential. There were problems, some of them we thought would never work out! Bur help has always been near at hand, from a parent, a teacher, or a friend. If in some way I have managed to arouse a small feeling of regret at this moment, then my purpose has been achieved; bur if we feel no elation at the wonderful future before us, then education has failed. Although w r e say goodbye to many old friends, we shall have new ones to greet. Hopefully, the past few years have prepared us for the challenges life will present. The world we face teems with the abundance of new ideas and products to make life simpler and more enjoyable. Yet, the picture is not too rosy when sixty per cent of the world ' s population does not have an adequate diet and over fifty per cent cannot read nor write. Why must children starve to death in the Congo or millions go uneducated in South America while one of us flies across the country by jet or watches the World Series in his living room? How can anyone brag of prosperity or equality when condi¬ tions such as these exist? Perhaps more pressing than these troubles is the international situation. This past year has brought incidents of Communist intervention in Latin Amer¬ ica, Africa, and the Far East Cuba, the Congo, and Laos are all areas which have experienced intense internal strife, and even now one may read of such conflicts in the daily paper. These areas suffer not only from poor economic conditions, but from infiltra¬ tion by an enemy whose beliefs are entirely alien to our concepts of freedom. The inhabitants of these countries shall not be free to speak and write their own ideas, to think as individuals, and to choose their own government if such intervention is allowed to continue. Communism suppresses the rights and freedoms to which all men are born, Red China, as well as the Soviet Union, openly and emphatically declares that one day the entire globe shall be dom i nated by Comm un ism. We must not allow these problems to discourage us. Hope does exist and this hope must be manifested by our actions. We cannot solve these difficulties ac¬ cording to any formulas of the past. Half-hearted efforts cannot hope to succeed today. Only the high¬ est standards of moral, spiritual, intellectual, and physical strength can ensure a secure future. Indeed, that ancient law of nature —- the survival of the fittest — demands revision! The task before us is to outfit the majority for survival. Sitting here are the teachers, scientists, diplo¬ mats, clergy, and medical people of tomorrow. Just as important to survival are the servicemen, house¬ wives, businessmen, and factory workers. Every individual has an important part to play in the destiny of man. It is our solemn duty to apply those high standards to each respective field. Let us hope that one day men will act with dignity as individuals, with respect for the opinions of others, and with love for all mankind.


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