Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1962

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SASSAMON NATICK HIGH SCHOOL NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS Digitized by Gil Barone 11 2019 3 CN C C 00 o Dedication We, the Class of 1962, lovingly dedicate this, our Senior Yearbook, to Mr, John Carroll, Teacher of Modern Problems and Coach of Baseball Mr, Carroll is also an assistant in Football. A native of Malden, Massachusetts, Mr Carroll is a gradu¬ ate of Malden High School and Duke University Before coming to Natick he served as a teacher-coach at Georgetown and Malden, Massachusetts. He has also coached at Waltham Mr. and Mrs, Carroll now live in Framingham. They are the parents of two boys and a girl We wish them happiness in their new home. 5 School Committee Seated: L. Hanna, F. Ordway, A, Taddeo, L + Hollingworeh, Chairman, R, Grasscy, Secretary, T. Shea. Standing: R Ambler, A, MafTeo, R. Williams, G. Tabs 6 7 CLASS ADVISORS The Class of 1962 extends its thanks and appreciation to Miss Helen Connolly and Mr. Frank McNally for their unlimited patience and unselfish devotion to the supervision of its many successful activities. 8 HOWARD HENNIGAR Principal 10 Mr. Harold Rosen Miss Marguerite Rafferty Mr. Robert O. Andrews Mr. John A. Scanlon GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT SECRETARIES Left to right: Grimes, Mrs. H. Wilberger, Mrs. C p Petro, Mrs. D. LIBRARIANS AUDIO¬ VISUAL AIDS Mr. Thaddeus F. Novak Miss Mabel E. Harris Mrs. Lucille DeMelle II Mr. Francis Collins Mr. Salvatore GigJIo Miss Eleanor Johnson Mr. Edward Brims fie Id MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mr. William A. Campbell SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr William J. Genova Mr. Robert Boucher Miss Marion L. Pothier Mr. John Mitro Mr. Thomas A. Thibault BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Mrs, Mary Kowal Miss Daisy V. WiJdbur Miss Christine Camougis Mr, Bayne W, Drown Miss Ruth W, Chellis Miss Margaret R. Connolly Mr. William J, Anderson 13 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mrs. Harriet M. Goudet Miss Marie P. Donah oe Mr. Edward Rooney Mrs. Susan M Gray Miss Patricia F. Buckley Miss Joan Painton Miss Helen E, Connolly Mr. Stephen Hal pert Miss Ethel Ward Mr, Harry L, Garnett 14 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Mr. Frank Marcotix Mr. Frank J. McNally Mr. Charles E. McManus INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. Charles G. Wood hams ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Mr. Charles E. McManus Miss Gloria Vasxle Miss Ena M. Tillson PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. Robert Whelan 18 Mr. Joseph EoPresti DRIVER EDUCATION 3n iUtmariam Amt Cmumr 1343-19B1 Stenjamin ffipf 1344-1363 HlitMtl; Mailers 1345-1061 PRESIDENT RONALD BLEAKNEY Senior Class President ... A favorite of the teach¬ ers - , . Always on the go . . . Blushes easily . , , " Butch r . , . Promising athlete ( He promises to score some points) . . . Leader of Golden Pentagon . . , " slip " . . . Always ready to help . . . Mr, Extracurricu¬ lar Activities . . . Plans for B.C . . . Possessed with the knack of making things go " Bleak " -.. will surely be a great success! VICE PRESIDENT DONNA CAMPISI " Hal " . . . Flash . ; . certain member of F.H S, . . . Corvettes!! . . , double lunches . . . many coiffures ... likes steak from Ken s .., smallest member of the " Big Six " . . . everybody twist . . , a great vice presi¬ dent . . . senior parties . . . ”ya, sure 1 11 be there, you waic tT ... a peppy, peri re cheerleader . , . a great friend and a certain success! 22 TREASURER MICHELE HOLOVAK A star of the Senior Play . . . Great Treasurer... One of the ‘’Big Six” . . . Loves to drive the Boston Patriots ' station wagon - . . peanut butter and marsh¬ mallow , . crackers at Chi-Chi s house . . twisting parties . . Does she or doesn’t she?? . . short skirts! . . remember the trip in the play, Mrs, Malloy?... wants to go to Duke University . . . pretty smile . , + summers at Carousel, SECRETARY LORRAINE CONNELL ’’Chi-Chi ' , , , one of the " Big Six” , . . the best class secretary , . , A Kennedy ' s worker . . + epitome of cuteness , . . senior parties r . . blushes easily . , a great little twister . . . petite and sweet , . . admired by all ,. The class of T962 " wishes Chi-Chi the best of luck! WALLACE ALVARENGA Wally . . . Brigham . . . Blue con¬ vertible ' - , .Oh! that curly blonde hair and chose nice eyes! . . - Usually found sitting in the front office , ♦ . Frequently seen in Bedford . . . Canadian visits . . , favorite expression, ' Tm gonna take a vacation " - , Plans to take drafting at Wentworth . . . Always willing to lend a hand- —especially in Modern Problems Class . . Good luck in the future Wally. DANA ANDERSON Quiet, sociable with friends . , Good sport . . . Loyal supporter of our class . . . Best of luck! PAMELA ARNOLD Beautiful smile and always smiling . . ♦ Big, big eyes . . Safety Patrol . . , Spanish , . . Co op , , . " Oh nol " , , . Sassamon ( . , Good luck in your every endeavor. FRANCIS ANTALEK " Whitey " . . . Works for R Sc L... Backstage crew at Natick activities . , , Seen in A-159 every morning before school . . . Never seen without Kevin . , . Trip to Washington, DC..,. Sure to succeed in whatever held he chooses. STEPHEN ADELMAN Monk ... A size 16 shoe! , . . Good basketball player . , , ' Always betting with Laeo " . . , " Hey Goodie you sleep in rhat shirt? " . . , " Corvairs” . . . " AL ways a laugh " before school study pe¬ riods , , . Hard working . , . Gene Con¬ ley sneakers? . . " Where’s the par¬ ties? " . , , Plans for college . , . A taste for clothes . . . Good luck to a fme friend! Don Bosco . . . Lors of pep , , , Al¬ ways seen at Sul lew 1 s . . . What a voice! . . . Constantly with Brenda . . , Loves the name Bob . . . LoyaJ school sup¬ porter . - Walpole . . . Loves the twist . . . Many hair styles . , . Knows all the latest hits . , . Union House . Pit ?a . . Hockey—Boston Arena . . ♦ Wellesley!!! . . , Dislikes Framingham? . What a blast . , Seen driving her " Buddy” , . . Water skies? . . . YA- BAH-DA-BAH-DO. 24 ARTHUR ATKINSON Has an adorable smile . , Great re marks in Modern Problems . . G Per¬ iod Physics - . . Likes cafereria lunches? . . . [merest in the class of ' 61 . . Advice to the love-lorn . . : Works at Elm Farm . . . Why does be finish dress¬ ing on his way to school? , . . Loves to water ski , . . Italian food , . . The Twist ... A ring on his little linger . , Big brown eyes . . . Best of Luck from the class of ' 621 RONALD BAILEY Quiet . . . Shy . . . Neat dresser . . . A true friend. LORRAINE AUSTIN Quiet , . t Beautiful redhead . . evi¬ dent . . . Likes clothes . . . AJways willing to help. ROBERT RALDUCCI ' Baldy " . . . " Duck - ' , ■ . Brewsters . , , Often seen driving a red and white Mercury . . , S. S. Pierce . . . Double lunches . . . Those weekends with the boys . . , The Army then Burden , , . Good luck. Bob! CLYDE BACON ' Clyde " . . . Famous for his South Natick swimming pool . . . Works at Stop Shop . . . Natty dresser . . , Loyal Natick High supporter . . Likes to play hockey , . , Sky guy?? . . . Adores Chemistry , , Good luck in the future! KENNETH BARPFl.MNi Friendly , . . Carefree - . , Enthusias¬ tic , Always willing to lend a hand 25 RICHARD BARKER Quiet . . . Friendly . . . Loyal class- mate. PRISCILLA BARTLETT Bill . , . Zayre ' s Hardware Dept, . " You fool " . , . French . . . " Coffee regular ' . . FT A, President . , Fram¬ ingham State College . - Wants to be an elementary teacher . . « " Gill " - - Guidance library . . . " Do you have your car? " . . " Don ' t you dart tell my brother . . . Nice smile . . . Level¬ headed . . Easily surprised . . Good luck in the future OIL KENNETH BARONE " Sit down, you are talking Bwoane! " - . . Shy, but not retiring ♦ , , One of the boys . . Has a habit of making hu¬ morous remarks . . Handsome ♦ , . Good luck in the future, Ken. THEODORE BEAROR " Bear " . , , One of the boys , . , Often seen in Way land . . " Anybody warn to see the Haunted House? " . . . Popular with the girls . . . " No, sweet, I work in a drugstore? " . . . Sleeping out in a rent , . . Best of luck in the future, Teddy MARCIA BARRY A warm smile , . . A friendly manner , , h Often seen . . seldom heard. BEATRICE BELLOFATTO " Bee " . Blushes easily . , . Per¬ sonality plus , . . Pet peeve, being teased in English class , . . Not as quiet as some seem to think , . .Trite . . . A friend indeed when you ' re in need . . . Oh, those big, beautiful brown eyes,,. Always a friendly smile . . . Favorite saying, " Oh! you! " ... A very neat dresser . , ♦ Also a sure success. 26 JUDITH BEMIS Judy , . . Beautiful clothes . , Neat as a pin . . . Small , r . LR. . , , always smiling . Quiet . College bound - . , Stuffed animals . . Pretty half... Best of luck in the future " X ELEANOR BERGER Streak of lightning—now you see her —now you don ' t . , . Always on the go . , , Likes clothes—boys STEPHEN BENT Steve Favorite pastimes—hunt¬ ing, eating, and hunting . , . Cars are just a means to get to fishing and hunt¬ ing places . . One of the Senior Quar¬ tet . , A taste for colorful clothes , Short haircuts . , . Zayrc’s , - Popcorn stand r . He plans to be a success and he will be ton! JOHN BERGONZONl Likes Shell Gas Station Gldsmobiles, turkey, brothers-in-law, backyard, and the Drive-in . . jace , . . A great friend to have when you ' re in need of some¬ one who will hack you up . . . Almost always seen in North Natick „ , Has interests in certain underclassmen . . Brewsters . . Good luck in the future, John: and rake care of that car! JAMES BENTON " Jim " , . ■ Very interesting personal¬ ity Explosive character . , Has a great passion for all types of drums , , Seems to wear same type of chino pants . . Loves to wear his shirr sleeves rolled up one-half of the way whenever he can Very studious . Plans to be a career officer in the U. S. Air Force - ■ ■ Has a set of muscle-building equip¬ ment . . Hopes to be Mr. America, LYNNE BERMAN The Spy System _ . Moca - - Notre Dame summers . . California . . . Air Force . - Beautiful hair . . Loves color • , . Clothes show it . . . Favorite artist Editor-in-Chief of Sassamon . . Layre ' s Hardware . . Always Talking . . « F.P.A. . . . Extensive library of paperbacks . . . Wild driver . . . Black convertible . . Nice eyes , , Loyal to homeroom 159. 27 JAMES BIGELOW " Jim " . , , Jovial . . . Always looking for fun Never worries. RICHARD BIGELOW " Dick " . . . Easygoing . . Good friend . . . Loyal classmate ■ , Good luck! KAREN BITTLE A true friend indeed . . Terrific voice, and acts, too! , . . Outstanding performances in the Senior Play and mu¬ sicals . . . Always cheerful . „ . Sincere in whatever she does . , . Loves horses . . , Draws them beautifully , , , Good luck in the future, Karen! CHERYL BQRNSTEIN Often seen in Guidance Library , , Loyal supporter of all class activities.. Nice to know. JANICE BOUCHARD ’Jan ' 1 . . . The ' twister . - A fa¬ mous S, P, . . Wild driver . Those big brown eyes , . One of the Jordan ' s girls . . . No little red bobble . Loyal N.LLS, supporter . . . One of the " E " period girls. SANDRA BOUZAN " Sandy " . . . Flirtatious . . , ' f I got a letter ' . . . Phi Kappa Psi . . . Oh those college weekends??!! . . . A member of B periods Dear Abby sessions . . - Peo¬ ple dream strange things about her!!! . Colgate ' s gonna win . . . Many (lames . . . Curly hair , - - " Hey kids " . . . Full of fun 28 f JANE BOWLES Eager beaver . ♦ Good sense of hu¬ mor . - . Friendly . . Pert . . . Pretty . . . Neat. TIER BERT BOYD Efficient Cafeteria Marshal . . . One of the boys , , . Sports fan . . ... Loves cars . , How about girls? HAROLD BRACK Always at the Totem Pole . . . Threat¬ ening salesman . . . Hates to twist . . , " Bullwinkle the Slave-driver " , . . Pifcza and dams . . , " Crusader Rabbit ' . . . Florida . . . Literary ' editor . . . Always has a pencil behind his ear . . . Bran¬ ded? . . . Parties , , Philosophy , Paints houses . . PolUlcal science . - . Bowdoin, DAVID BRADY Dave . . . Short , . . Red ears, in the winter . . Likes economics . . . Excel- lent bookkeeper . . . One of the North Natick boys . , , Likeable . . Likes to dance. RICHARD BRANDT Lik es redheads . . . Football , . , Space patrol . . . Smart , . . Basketball man¬ ager . . . Loves sugar creme pie, fried chicken and girls . . . Always broke . , , Future Army private . . . " Carrot-cop " . The big blush ... An expert caddy .. " What happened to your leg, Dick? " , . . " Rats " . . . " Where ' s your badge? " . . Cathy . . . Sense of humor . . . Big smile . . , Best of luck. ALAN BRAYTON Always ready with a Story , ♦ . Hopes to become a teacher , . . Interested in dramatics T . . Hard worker . , . good friend. 29 LYNNE BROOKS Won r she ever learn to be quiet? .. . ■ . Always got n joke . . . Smiley . A ' Hi " for everyone . . Habla Espa nol? . . " Don ' t you wish your hai looked like mine? " . . Likes Mitch Mil ler . . . New York ... Cape Cod " Move along, please ... A dog caller Chloe . . " Smppit ' . . Brooksic . , Sin- 12 skirt , . . Dental hygienist , . She can t twist . Loves bib5ter , Birthday party at Yankee Fisherman . Good Suck in the future. SANDRA BROUWER San . . Best senior party yet , ”Ocx J Guess what? " . . Tremendous dancer - . , Near dresser . . Seen driv¬ ing all over town lately , . One of Natick High ' s most loyal supporters ♦ Pl-e peeve " Olive Oik " . . . Loves to eat . . Always witling to go along with the group , . Sure to be a great success with her radiant personality CAROL BROWN Lots of clothes . . . Loves jokes , . . Always lending money to John Robin¬ son for lunch . . . Casey ' s hot dogs . . Majorette . . . Pretty hair . . . Arrisric . , . A real golf pro . , Scores in the eighties . . . Only girl in integrated physics , , Great spender of money ♦ . Loves to shop . , . Neat as a pin . . . Has been known to speed. . I CAROLYN BROWN Loves music . . , Good voice . , - Pretty clothes . . Easy-going ... Loyal classmate. 30 KATHERINE BRUNEAU ADELT Wedding bells . . . Marine . Loves color . . Art school . . . Town of Adams , . Two-tuned tights . . Com¬ pany number one program cover win¬ ner Tonsils! , . . " What, me work” . " What opposition?” . Famous for her illustrations . . . Dislikes author¬ ity . . Wild drawings . . . E, S. P for school lunches . . Best of luck! SANDRA DRYER " Sandy " . , . " Dianna " „ . Chic . Blonde . . Funny . . President of G.A.A. . . Vice-president of the E.P.A. . , . Sassamon . , " Nil " . . . C. Craw¬ ford Hollidge . - Cheshire cat . . Loves food , . . Men , . . Florida ♦ . Men . . Clothes ■ , , Men . . , Talking , . . Men ... A good joke . - Men . . . Trouble . . , Men . . Driving , Men " Muggins " . . . Men . " The Con formers " . . . Sports . . , Traveling . . , Besr of luck T Sandy! SUSAN BUSH " Sue " . . . Seen in rhc " clunker”, Prompters in Canada . . One of the Jordan ' s girls . , Acappdla . . red- red red, except red lights . they re green . . Never a dull minute with Sue . . . KON1NKLVKO . . . Marine . . " Ya know? " , . . Lobster French student SUSAN BYRNES A sweet, charming person . . Good friend Staunch supporter of all class affairs Will make a wonderful sec rettry. JOHN CAISSIE Track enthusiast . , Loyal sports fan . . Quiet . Good friend. ALBERT CALZINI Al ... One of the boys . . Wavy hair , . The " twist” . Football and hockey standout . . GIRLS . . Quiet . Member of I.A.A . . . Ray Charles . . . Spaghetti . . . Had three touchdowns called hack . . . Well-dressed . , . Never refuses a good time. GAIL CAPEN Sincere . . . Nice to know . . . Neat . Capable . , Lots of luck! BRENDA CARNAROU Semi-safety patroler . . A wonderful friend to all . . Loads of fun , . . Spanish II . . Detention with the boys . , One of the Jordan ' s girls . . , Won¬ derful personality . . . Doesn ' t like ro drive . Talk , . Talk . . . Talk. 31 (AN ) DREW CARNEGIE In [cresting personality . . . His sixth cousin is the industrial baron, Andrew Carnegie—but Drew is actually not too happy about this relationship . . Good sense of humor , . . He is an avid dance band player . ♦ . Appears to be rather quiet. DANIEL CARR Tall, handsome blond . . . New to Natick this year from Virginia . ♦ Quite a flirt . . . Speedy?? . . „ Loves to shoot pool . . . Did you ever see Dan ' s car? ... A hustler . . . That Southern accent . . . Great basketball and base¬ ball player . . Plans to attend school in San Diego next year . . . Best of luck from the class of ' 62 f Dan- LORNA CASAVANT Likes the boys . . . Always cheerful . . Pretty clothes ... Oh, those eyes! . . . Artistic . . . Clever at Arts and Crafts. JOHN CASSIDY Pretends to be shy . . . Mr Colombo’s E-period chemistry class . . . Trains dogs to pick pockets . . . Noted for a pocket watch and long chain . . . Loads of dry humor . . Always loses at poker par¬ ties ♦ . . ' 55 black Ford sedan . . . Likes Benny Goodman and sniper rifles . . ♦ Dislikes Rock and Roll ( " Turn it off or 111 leave! " ) . . . Quick-witted . . . Wants to live by himself in South America . . Good luck, John. PAULA CASWELL Who could forget Paula in " The Matchmakers " ? . ♦ , Musical . . . Tal¬ ented . . . Happy , , . Fine friend . ♦ . Loyal rooter for our class - Likes California. ANN CHAMBERLAIN Annie . - • Great parties . . . Plays piano . . . Sunoco Gas Station . . . Trampoline - ■ It ' s a wappa duza . . . Moose . . . Those good oF days at Go¬ rins. 32 I GAIL CHAMBERS A pleasant smile . , Happy disposi¬ tion , , . Pretty clothes . . Athletic - . Loyal supporter of class activities HARVEY COHEN Harvc . . Likes to talk . . . Amiable . Famous for his book reports Diagramer . . . Livens up a class, espe- tsally Comp Math . , " You incongru¬ ous wretch " , . , Uses the phone fre¬ quently ♦ . , Famous local journalist. SANDRA CHESMORE " Bozo " , . . Never stops talking , . ♦ Wants ro be a legal secretary = . One of the shorter girls at Natick High . Oh! those hair styles! . . . " I look like the last rose of summer " , Loves El¬ vis . . Always changing jobs . , Likes a certain history teacher . . . One of the 21 . TIMOTHY CONNOLLY One of our top students . , Likes golf, track . . , Sings . . . Has a flair for dramatics . . . Loves science , . . Will go far. ALBERT CH1LSON AI . , .Quiet . r . Good friend . . . Shy with girls . . , Likes cars, music, and good food ROBERT COOPER Coop . . , Sort of shy . . . Track . Doesn ' t like redheads . , . Boats and boats , . . Has been seen in Europe . . , Ski enthusiast . . . Tufts . . . P.S.S.C . . . l.R. . . . Can be seen " with the boys. " 33 SUSAN CORCORAN Real cute - - - Loves to chew i;um... Long-time interest in Marines , , , A riot to be with , . Pretty hair « . . Hoobus ... A wonderful friend to have ... A certain pearl ring . . . Always looking for someth ini: to eat . .. , Most generous person we know . + + Adores Casey ' s hotdogs , „ . Talkative . . Mr. McNally ' s geography class , , . " Hey, what do you say? " JEANNE COTH Advanced Biology , - Always laugh¬ ing . Forever blushing . , . Oh, those frozen frogs! , . . Cute . , . Navy , . . Shy-—until you know her! . . . Loves pizza , , Favorite color is red . . . Has trouble at lunch . . One of the Big Four - . , Can be found in the prep room after school , Best of luck! CHARLOTTE COX Always enthusiastic . . . Eager to learn . . . Nice to know t . „ Takes every¬ thing in stride- JAMES COX Football . . . Basketball . . . Consid¬ erate . . . Liked by all—especially the girls! DOUGLAS CRAWFORD " Doug " , . , (T Chevy Convert... A high average bowler . . , Gave Mr. B a Christinas present , Seen with Jim , . " Dairy Queen , . . Best of luck from the class of ' 62, Doug, THOMAS CROWLEY Amcsbury . . . Horace Vandergeider . . . Little green metro . . . General Mo¬ tors Institute . . Sassamon photogra¬ pher . , , " How Docs A Girl Mean? " . , . Sends “things " through the mail . , , ‘Petunia " . , , Likes outdoor movies . , . " Oh, No " . . . Heart breaker . , . I.R. Halloween Party , . . Cool shirts . , . Sure to succeed! 34 JUDITH CULLEN " Judy " . . . Advanced Biology ♦ . . Missing . . S.P.F . , . President of Future Nurses ' Club . " A " period LR. . . , Clothes . Often seen at Jor¬ dan ' s - , , Maine . . Qh. those dirty clothes! , Can be seen in the Prep mom before school - . Over 100 cars! Loves pizza . . , Driving . . . Al¬ lergy shots (?).,. Navy . . . Acap- pella . . Many many children (in Bi¬ ology, that is!) ... Best of luck in the future, Judy! JAMES CUNNINGHAM Orval . » .. Real brain . . . Lazybones . ■ Sense of humor . . Track man. CLIFFORD CUTAIA " KJPPY " , . , " Capitdn Cliffy " . . . A fierce competitor . , . Future bar¬ ber CO , . , Accomplished public speak¬ er . One of the boys , , . " He ' s our Peaches " . . . Tall and blond . . . I ' m a little bit nervous! . « . Football Parties . . . " Let s show those downtown quar¬ terbacks! " . . . Likes a good time! . . , A great leader. JANE DAVIS ' Penny ' ' . . Never Jane . . . Essence of preppiness . . , Partial to Welles ley- ires . A certain Saturday in December , A ugh come on. that teacher is a riot . , Anyone for horseback riding? . , , Camp counselor . . . Beatnik ... Naugh, I didn ' t have rime . . Keeps strangest hours . . . Penny will surely encounrer numerous interests in college. DONNA DAY A standout in any crowd with that red hair . . . One of the three muske¬ teers . , . Loves those hockey games! . . . " Old Mountain Dew " . . . Wonder fid with small children . . . Fluttering eyelashes . . . Good student . . . Win¬ ning smile . . . Pepperont! . . . Irish- Swede (what a combination!) . . . Bubbling personality . . , Great architect ■ ■ Often called Lois . . . " Hey, Cook! " LIC . . . College-bound , , , Best of luck, Donna! KATHLEEN deBETTENCOURT " Kay " . . . Joined class in Junior year . Trampoline enthusiast , . . " By cracky " . . . Has a devilish sense of hu¬ mor . . . Mercedes . . . Babson . . , An ideal teacher . . . Friendly , . . Natural, curly hair . . , Never serves frog legs or fried grasshoppers . . . Likes public speaking . , , Pepsi. 35 THOMAS DEELEY " Tommy ' 1 . Chief cafeteria marshal . . Karmen . , . Ah, So Hucka Toy a . . . Pretty blue eyes . , Jun.de calls on rhtr basketball bus , . Serious in a crisis „ . . Terrific in baseball and bas¬ ketball . . . Aspires to attend junior Collette . . . Great impersonator of our famous coaches . . Success is yours, Tommy. CAROLYN DEVEREAUX CaJJy " . . Free hair-cuts . . . Near dresser . . . Sincere beaut if til sweat¬ ers . . . Princess , , What ' s in her past yearbooksi . . . One of the " Top 21 ' . . . Quiet . . . Wonderful girl to know . Dislikes Italian food . . Success is certain. PATRICIA DeLGNG " Par " . . . Imp that appears quiet and shy . . . Hazel eyes . . . Outstanding varsity basketball player . . Interest in A listen . One of the few who likes shorthand . - . Great NJLS. supporter Blushes easily . . . Aim is to be a secretary , , , Good luck, Pat, DIANNA DICKSON N.H.S, rooter , , Active member of the " Pep Club " . . Worked hard for Junior Prom . . , Likes clothes . . - Neat , Friendly . . , Cute little f 56 Ford . . . Pretty blue eyes . . . One of the " Top 23 " . . . Always helping Miss Pothier . . . Mischievous . . . We wish you success, Dianna. PATRICIA Du MUSIS Active on Sassamon . , . Always ready to lend a helping ha mi . . . Loyal sup¬ porter of N.H.S. , , . Hard worker , , , The class of 62 wishes you the best of luck. ROBERT DISNEY “Dtssy " . . . Flower of the musical world . . . Excuses, excuses excuses . , . Barbershop Quartet . . . Dws he or doesn ' t he . . . Spring musicals , . , Plans on joining the Air Force ♦ . . Will be a success in his chosen field. 36 HOWARD DOBACHESKY Hails from South Natkk . . , Those school morning taxis . . . Often seen at the Co-op ... A pea-green car . . . Dobie Gill is . . First one our of the parking lor . . Best of luck in the future. JOSEPH DOUCETTE " The Ducc ,r . . . Friendly . . . Always cheerful . . Likes to cat , . , Good sport , , , Lots of luck. RUTH DOGGART A true South Naiickite . , . Works at the Co-op . - Those Army uniforms . . Never at a loss for words . . . Bakery goods . . . " Pick me up in the morning " . . Always laughing . - Best of luck in the future. CLAIRE DOSICK Terrific artist . . . Wonderful to know . . . Loyal friend , - , Framingham in¬ terest . Natick Library ... A brides¬ maid . r t Loves clothes and makes some of her own , . Bowling , , , Shopping in Boston , . Totem Pole ♦ • Good listener . . . Loves Italian food . . . Best of luck MADONNA DOUCETTE Donna . . , Call me at Cathy ' s . . Early morning bus rides . . . Beautiful hair and sparkling eyes . . Natick Federal . . Great sense of humor . . . Originally from Watertown . . . " Going downtown? " . . Loyal friend . . . Easy¬ going . . . Brother in Germany ► . . Loves black . . . Best of luck in the future. CHERYL DUNSTON Blue Comet . . , Hot fudge sundaes with coffee ice cream and marshmallow ' . . . Chanel No. 5 . . , C.B.A.! . . . S.S. Pierce . . . Germany . . . Dover Road . ' ’Oh My Land! " . . . Teddy . , . Drove the getaway car for the LR, Hal¬ loween gang . . . Loves cookies „ . , Biggest of the little cheerleaders . . . Green eyes . . . Bon wit’s . , Purple eye shadow . . . Never rushes unless she ' s in a hurry , . Beautiful smile. 37 PETER DUPUIS Sieve . . . Spuler . . . Lifts weights (S’ 12 ozj . . . One of the great wits of our class . , . Well known to Fram¬ ingham . . . Gorgeous blue eyes and lashes to match . . Always up to some¬ thing . Often Seen with the Senior Girls . . Remember that prom an¬ nouncement over the P.A .? . . . Knights of the Round Table . . ' " Ya wanna? " . ., One of the " Sams " . . . Looking for¬ ward to senior week . . . Originator of many nicknames . . , Will succeed in whatever he chooses to do in the future. ALAN DURFEE " AP . . . Handsome, collegiate, re¬ served . . ♦ Great parry crasher . . - That ' s the way it g-o-e-s , . . AI came to us from Pennsylvania this year; dur¬ ing this time his pleasing personality and beaming Irish smile have won him many life-long friends . . , His college hopes are high and for Alan success is inevitable. ELAINE EVANS Petite . . . Quiet, till you know her . . . Loves French? . . . Stop and Shop . . , Famous sweatshirt . . „ Boys , , - Brains , . . Senioritcs . . . " Qh t Nol " . . . Plans to major in chemistry - . . Best of luck from the Class of l 62 t Elaine. JOHN FALLON John " . . . Give of the South Natick- ites . . . Always into mischief . . . Smile for everyone , . . Friend to all . Quiet, bur his friends will tell you dif¬ ferent , . , Sure to be a success in the future. EDWARD ESTELLA " Eddie " ... A way with the ladies . . Sharp dresser . . ♦ Great guitar play¬ er . . . Builds houses in his spare time . . . Weekend m New York , . , Plays golf well . . . Good sense of humor . . . Tremendous personality . . . .Takes a short cut to lunch . . , Can be seen driv¬ ing a green station wagon . . . " What do ya say? " . . Sure success. DAVID FANCY " Dave " . . . Fancy Pants . . In¬ triguing green eyes ■ Oh those Fabian sweaters . . Has been seen walking a French poodle through Wellesley Cen¬ ter , . " Much coolness " . . Several pet peeves among them Spanish . Known as " Mr Fancy " ... A certain A period English class . . Plans on enter¬ ing the service. 38 I t DAVID FARRAH " Dave " . . . Wit ♦ . . Quiet in school , . . Gets around. REGINA FELCH " Gina " . . . Air Force interests . . . One of the " Top 21 " . . , Red hair . . . Loyal supporter for N.H.5. . . , One of the cousins , . . One-way streets . . Peanut . . , Food, food, food . . . Water skiing . , . Plans on attending a Junior College. LOUISE FIRTH Known to some as " Flirty Firth " ... Has been seen in clothes baskets!! . . r Pep Clubs most talented window paint¬ er . . " Ya, Ya, Ya " . . . Doesn ' t like Cape Cod telephone booths . . . ’ Shag¬ gy " . . , Likes to play with toy trucks??? . . . Great school spirit . . , Wonderful sense of humor . . , Nort heastern Uni¬ versity bound . .. Fun to be with. DAVID FISHER " Fish” . . . Great football manager . . , Women hater . . . Loves foreign cars . - . Moscow sweatshirt . . . A 10- G,T, . . . Genuine sheepskin vest . . . Mechanical engineer . . . Never idle . h . Success is certain. ELIZABETH FISHER " Betty” . . h Nice clothes . . . Beauti¬ ful hair , . . Advance Biology , . . Often seen in the prep room before school ... Loves to drive . . . Has that well— grrximed look . . . Jordan Marsh fellow worker . . . Likes the color black . . . Hamsters named John. Preston, and Lisa . . . Sure to succeed in the future. HAROLD FLETCHER " Harry " . . . " Fetch " . . . Sharp dresser . . . Mr. Anderson ' s supply man . . . Prize possession a ' 56 Ford ♦ . Flirt . . Plans to attend a Junior Col¬ lege . . . Talkative . . . Framingham ... A faculty for getting into trouble easily . Success is certain. 39 CYNTHIA FOSTER Cute . . . Pretty . , . Attendant to Miss Natick, 1961 . . . Popular with the boys , . Will be a welcome addition to any business office. GENE FOSTER A fellow wt- seldom hear from , . Always punctual • . . Never ets into mischief . . , Supports all class activities. ROLF FRANTZ Brainy . . . Oh, those squeaky shoes! . , f " A " period l.R, . . . " Math Champ " . . . Science Quiz Team ... 6 ' 3 W ' _School lirsc! . . . Safety Patrol . . . Blue Eyes , Roast beef . . . Steak .., Chocolate Gikc , . Not familiar with the opposite sck . . . Bound for success. 40 ANN FRIEND From New York ... . . Loves to sing . . One of the? shorter members of our class . Zayre ' s . - One of the Top 2 1 . . Cute . . , Nice clothes . . Great " friend” . , . Fun to be with . . . Loves shorthand?? . , , Good luck in your every endeavor, Ann! JANET GAY A Gay " girl . ■ ■ ponytail , , . Oooh, such long hair! , , , Petite , . Field hockey . , Left Wing . . f What a spurt with a sprained wrist! . . . Basketball . , . Serene on the trampoline , . , Dodges dunking . . Just plain sweet h ♦ Good luck in everything you may do. MICHAEL FRONK Loves to sing . . . Senior Play Bar¬ bershop . . , Happy-go-lucky . . . Great sense of humor , . . Loyal classmate . . Always collegiate . . . Known for his wild parties . . The Twist - . . Fiat . . Always ready for action . . . Casa¬ nova Captain Bangaroo . , Best of luck in the future. GARY GEARHART Came to us from Salt Lake City , . . Not crazy about the East . , . Hopes to go back to Utah for school after gradua¬ tion . . . Good luck, Gary. ERNEST GAY Quiet - . , Well-liked , . . Likes cars —girls—food . . . Always good natured. JOSEPH GELT Quiet . . . Serious . ■ . Studious , . Made a wonderful recovery from his recent illness . . . College plans . , . Good luck, Joe! 41 NORMA GEORGE " Norm " . . . Advanced Biology . - ♦ Blonde t . , Blue eyes . . Honor Society . . , Nursing . . - Always Lite- for home¬ room . ' 1 wish I hud a car!” , , . " A " period J.R. , . $ P F. . . Likes vaca¬ tions, food. Navy . Romeo Juliet . . , Library aid . . . Also seen in the nurse ' s oflke . . . Good luck. Norm! CLIFFORD GIBSON Loves hockey . . . Cars ... Has good disposition . . . Active in “N J Club. IRA GESHELIN HIRA! . . . The man with the green T-bird . . . " Why are you so? " . . . Neat as a pin . . , Works at the Phan macy . . Always a laugh . . . " Gus " ... Member of morning tank dub . . . A hard worker! , , . Banana nose. NORMAN GIFFIN Norm Joined our class this year . . - We have enjoyed knowing him . . . He is modest, quiet, and shy . . . Good luck, Norman! MARGARET GIBBONS Loves Bermuda . . . Brown curly hair . , . Pendleton skins , . . M.A, , ► . Whoopee! ■ , . Old Mountain Dew r , LR. . . . Ambition to be a journalist .- . . Mercedes . . . " I can ' t find the key!” . . , Muu Muu . , . Bugs . . Minnie Fay . . Sec you in the Navy! PATRICIA GLYNN " Pat” . , Pretty . Pert , . . Lovely smile . . , Good worker for our d SS . . . Will make a good secretary. 42 I HAROLD GODDEN Track captain . . . Great sense of hu¬ mor , . . Always joking , , Doesn ' t take school ton seriously . , Likes mu¬ sic. ALAN GOODKIN " Goodie " ♦ . . A great competitor in sports . , . Different girl even ' week . . East music ... A good student . . . " Izzat right! " . . . " Oh Yeah! " . . . Hustles everywhere ... a good friend , . Through his ability to work hard, AI will make himself a success. l CAROL GRAVES Capable . . . Attractive . . . Often seen working in English Department Office . . Will make a good secretary Partial to the name Dave . . Good luck in the future, Carol! ALFRED GREENQUTST Tennis star . . Active in Honor So¬ ciety . . Mach whiz . . . Science en¬ thusiast . . . All-around sport . . Fun to know. KATHLEEN GOULD Long curly eyelashes . . Always neat . . . One of the " 21 " . . , Often seen in A-117 after school . , , Honor Society ■ . - Great typist , . . Sure to make a terrific secretary . . . " E-g:uls " ... One of the E-period girls . . Guidance Li¬ brary . . Embarrasses easily . . . Ad¬ mires a certain history teacher . . . Good luck! NANCY GREY Hard worker . - . Excellent student , . . Secretary of Honor Society . . . Active in many school affairs . . . Petite ... A good friend . T . Gtxnl luck, Nancy! 43 CHARLES GRIFFIS Active classmate . . . President of the Safety Patrol . - Member of Student Council . ♦ Baseball . . . Track . , , Lots of fun . . . Good student , . Fine fellow. PATRICIA GRILLO Pat . . . Don Bosco . . . Any food to eat? . . . Cape Cod ... A falling French twist . , . Friendly ... A certain short¬ hand class after school . Finally got a watch band . . Nice to know „ . , Always found with Judy and Rose . . . Mudone . . . Pi a . . . Union house . . . The trampoline . . . Ambition to be a good secretary . . . Good luck from the class of " 62. CARLYLE HADDEN Treats most things lightly . . . Has a passion for the Boy Scouts and— . . . Tries ro give life to his ideas . . , Dou¬ ble personality . . . Has a real flare for music . . . Can surprise you with some of his outbursts. FREDERICK HALE Trackman for four years . . . Gtxid friend . . Shy . . . Retiring . . . Co¬ operative in class affairs. JOAN HALE Vivacious . . . Clothes conscious . . ■ Giggles easily . , Likes the boys , Nice to know. ROBERT HALE " Scooter . . . Quiet ... A great wit . . . Football player . . . " Fumblo " . . , Fabulous build . . . CfCWCUi . . . Hard worker . . . Interested in banks . . . Small but mighty . . . Great singer in locker room . . . Likes that fair-hatred breed known as girl si . . A good friend . . . Flams Include aviation. 44 CHERYL HANCOCK Cherry . . , Jordan ' s , . . Interests in Washington, DC. . , . Near in appear- ante . . . Meticulous . . . Adores Span¬ ish III . One of the kb whisperers . , . Patron of Kenneth ' s , . . Can’t roll her r ' s . Future archaeologist . . . Quier . . - Sincere . . . Loves Chinese food . . Polky . , LR. . . . Crassy over Mr. Shea . . Sure to be a success! MARGARET HANSBURY " Peggi " , , . E period nurse ' s aid ,. Shop Shop . . Old health record , . , ' ' Class of ' 60 ' h tall, s|im t and blonde . . . Popular with the opposite sex . . . Only girl to run down a gas station ... Neat and sweet . . . Future Nurses ' Club . . . Hope you get your cap. DOROTHY HANSON Active in Business Service Club . . . Full of fun . . . Hopes to be a secre¬ tary , . . Good hide! RICHARD HARRIS " Dick " . . . Safety Patrol . . . " Gad, what a driver! " . . Honor Society . Senior Play , . . Great voice . . . What eyes! . . . Barbershop Quintet . . , Artis¬ tic ... A Capped la , . . S.P.F. . . . " joe " . . . Loves hsh chowder . - - Girls . . , Tennis . . . Girls . . . Basketball . . . Girls . . . Rifiery . . . Explorer Post... Dislikes women drivers . . . Sure to suc¬ ceed in the future . , . Good luck, Dick! 45 MARY ELLEN HAYDEN " Mebby " . , . FuLl of pep . . . Twister t in school) . , . Never a Ju]] moment " Hard " job at M.D.L. . . . Blue and white Ford . . . Certain Modern Prob¬ lems class . , . What a sense of humor Dislikes school , . Some traveling musk, please . . Oh, those gym classes . . . Appears to be quiet . . . Often seen in Cochi tuare or Wayland??? KEVIN HEFFERON Great jE oJf captain . . . " Marvin " ' to his friends . . Fastest to second lunch . Remember the " Portuguese Pic- nic " . . " I ' ll bite, what? " . , . Hates to go to drivers ' education after school... A great salesman 13,909 - ■ Yea, sure jenny, tell us another one! . " Are you for real? " . . . Will long be re¬ membered at NILS. . . , Good luck in the future. JEAN MEALY Gorgeous long eyelashes . . . First class rypist . , , Pirns are our ♦ , , broken hairdryer . . Oh T those morn¬ ing bus rides - . . Doesn ' t need mittens . , , Scads of brothers and sisters . . , Maine summers . . . Hectic Christmas . . , Quick smile ... " Am 1 late? " . . Big black sweater , . Toy land . . . Quiet . . . Hazel eyes. KAREN HEMEON " Ho-JoV . . . Likes short hair , , . Many Natick interests , , . Taxier , . . Brewsters . Often seen at drive-in . . . Pizza lover , . ♦ Parties . - . Lots of sweaters . . . Often found on phone . . Short skirts , , . " Always " downtown . . 4 Tea parties in typing. KAREN HED1N DeMolny Sweetheart . . . Field hockey . . Pep Club . . . Beautiful blonde hair . . Interests at Bates . . Teacher . . . John Robert Powers girl . . Works out on parallel bars . . . Dances in Boston hotels , . Very sweet and pleasanr per¬ son . , . Good luck in the future. KENNETH HENDERSON " Ken " . , Many irons in the lire... A great trackman . . . Is in many of our musicals and assemblies - . . Scien¬ tifically inclined . . . Safety patrol . . . Great artistic talents . . . Near dresser . . Valuable member of the Student Council ... An outstanding student . , . Best of luck, Ken. 46 CAROL HEN NIG AR Sparkling smile . - , Tail and strik¬ ing . . . Avid football fan - . True friend . . . Sincerity is her middle name - . CO-OP . t ♦ Conscientious student , , Loves Chinese food?? . . Beauti¬ ful blonde hair , . . French Club . . . Very poised and sophisticated . . . U. of Mass, ... Sure to be a success in anything she does. LAWRENCE HINES " Larr " . Collegiate ... A way with the girls . . . Blonde . . . Blue eyes . . , Shy?? , ♦ . Ofrcn gives his nod of approval . , , One of the boys . . . White Valiant ... Our class wishes you only the best, Larry, in whatever you may choose BEVERLY HOLT ,, Bebe ly , ' , . , Enormous brown eyes . . Wants to be a hair dresser . ,. . Good luck in the future, Bev. t 1 CHARLES HOWARD " Charlie " . . Our welcomed class¬ mate from Medway . . . Have you seen Charlie ' s new- " 55 " Ford? . . . Oh, chat New York accent! . . . Parlez-vous Franca is? . . , Loves a good argument . . . Pizza anyone? . . . Has fond desires of graduating. MICHAEL HUGHES Very tall . . Such a masculine voice! . . . Another contented employee of Wellesley College . . " Cool!” . . . Often seen in A-177 during free pe¬ riods. THOMAS HUGHES Hails from Walnut Hill . . What happened to the Tank. Tom? , . . Twdst lessons in shop . . Ex-fellow worker , . . Often seen driving Al ' s car . . . Intends tq go to Wentworth Institute . . . Success in the future, Tom! 47 MARTHA HUMES " Why don ' t they pronounce my name right? " ( U -may) . . , Jose Greco . . . Mo " - Spain . , . Spanish Dance lessons , Spain . . . Beautiful red flair and freckles . „ , Spam . Hot fudge . . Sundaes . . - Spam , Coke . . . Spanish dancers . . . Chartreuse . . Men . . Artichokes - - - Men . . Spain . . . New York I960 . . . Artist . . You ' re sure to succeed. Mo! DAVID HUNTER Called " Skull " by his friends , . Baseball captain . . . Member of the " Golden Pentagon " . . . " Glove man " . . Freckles , . - This gentleman pre¬ fers blondes . . Haunted house ex¬ plorer . . - Always looting for a good time . , . Quiet but deadly . . . Loves parties Best of luck in the future PETER HURD " Crook " . . . Bashful bur handsome . . . Quiet but deadly . , Still water runs deep . Oh, those English classes . . Are we keeping you up, Mr, Hurd? " , . Habla Espanol? , r , Mem¬ ber of the " Golden Pentagon " . , , Those Cross Country meets . One of the boys . , Wanna drag? - Hiero¬ glyphic penmanship . - " Cover your wing! " . . . All the best in your future- adventure, Pete, HARVEY HUTCHINSON Harvey tame to us from Maryland . Has interesting experiences . . Lived for a time in the Far East . . Finds Natick friendly . . Glad he joined our class . , . Remember those dark glasses . . . Quiet but friendly ... Class of 62 wishes you the best of luck, Harvey. MARGARET HYOTTE " Peggy " . , , New furniture for Christmas . . Always lending a help¬ ing hand . , . Trampoline scar . . . Petite and sweet ■ Has trouble find¬ ing her own books . ■ Dedham inter¬ ests .... Success is yours, Peggy, PETER JACKSON " Pete " - . . Likes to ski in summer and winter . . , Sharp dresser , Fabu¬ lous dancer . . . Likes the outdoors... Wants to be a ranger , Handsome . . . Hearty laugh . . . Hot fudge sun¬ daes . , . Those Vermont trips , . Likes girls . . . Good luck in the future BETTY JAMES " Betty " . . . One of the " Top 21 ' . . . Great New Year ' s Eve parties . , Jordan Marsh fellow worker . . . Skip py ... Great story teller , . . La von Jer . . . Slowest person on two feet.. A wonderful person to know . . . Sue cess is yours, Betty. HELENE JAMESON " Helene " - . Shy . . Loves school . . . A sincere friend . . . Whiz at a typewriter . , . Long brown hair . . . Works hard . . . We wish you success, Helene. SARAH JELLISON Personality personified . . . Miss Col¬ legiate . . . Cuts words short ... ' I mean could ya” ... An eggnog a day keeps the doctor away , . . M Gee, Lm gern scared” . . Prom dress??? . ♦ . A bobbsie twin . , . HumarocbH! . . . One of the three courageous peeps??!! . . . " And you say you got a letter " ... Proprietor of a morning taxi stand Never a dull moment when Sarah is around. ALAN JENSEN " Ted " , , , Bridgewater State? . . . Always chewing bubble gum . . .Our great hockey manager ... A wild driver . . Fellowship ... A wit in I.R. . . . Loves pizzas with salami and pep¬ per . . . " Jenny, Jenny " . . - Always quiet??? . . . Success is yours, Teddy. KENNETH JOHNSON " Ken " . . . Friend to all . . . Merit winner in Graphic Arts and Technical Drawing . . . Will go far in this field. PHILIP JOHNSON " P.J. " , , . Arrives in homeroom at 8:14 every day . . . Too dose for com¬ fort to Natick High , . , Gym five days a week . , , Oh, those long, long lunch periods . . , " Big Swede " , . . Great rimes down Popponessctt Beach , . . What happened to your ' 50 Ford, Phil? Jordan Marsh fellow worker . . , Will be nothing but a walking success. 49 WALLACE JOHNSON Wally . . . Radio Ham . . . Likes sci¬ ence , . . Always busy . . . A real true friend when you need one , . A loyal classmate . . , Sure to be a success. KATHLEEN KEANE Kathy . , ■ Loves vanilla malted trap pcs . . . Pizza . , . Favorite expres¬ sions " Time to eat " “But, Mr Mitro, " " Have you seen Pat? " ♦ . . A terrific bowler (backwards J , , « Whcfs John¬ ny Cassabooboo? , Italy , ■ Loves to write letters, especially to people in the service . . . The only girl with a sunburn all year round . . Pet peeves: Clerical Practice, Bookkeeping, and her brothers. 9 f $ RICHARD KATZE ■Til just kill myself " . . . Infectious laugh . . . Colorful clothes , , LR. . . , Great Latin scholar . . Sings in homeroom . . . Former Boston Latin student . . . Avid bowler , . . Best of luck in the future! LEONARD KEENE Lenny . , , Sharp dresser , . . Dim- pies . . . Framingham interests . , Dark hair , . . " Pm shy " . . . Appears to be quiet , . . " That really breaks me up " . . . St. George . Good luck in the future. JOHN KEHAIOGLOU " Can a Glue " . . . Nice build , . . Wild driver . . . No. 32 , . . Loved by all the girls . Football . , Horse¬ back riding . . , Jones . . . Brewsters . , , Lifts weights . . , " Cool as a moose " , . . Beach parties . . . Loves boots . ► , Pizza . . . One of the boys , . . The Greek . . . Sharp dresser. EDWARD KAULBACK Seldom heard from „ , , Never in trouble . . , Plugger . , - Sports fan . , , One of our class’s supporters. 50 CAROL KELLEY “Or . . Neat . . . Likes clothes , ♦ Business office . . - Hopes to be a secretary „ , . Good luck. DENISE KELLEY " Denny” . . . Spanish III . . . Con¬ stant complainer . . . Jordan ' s . . . " Chiquita” - , Worrier , . . Ever hear such a laugh . . . Library after school . . . Seen in 1955 red and white Buick . . . What a driver » . . Bright plaid trench coat . . . The only senior who can ' t open her locker , , , H Tm com¬ ing " . . . Future teacher . . , Westfield State College . , . Best of luck. PAUL KELLY " Kell” „ • , Seen at Kemps and Jones . Doesn ' t really care for school , , Good ball player , . . Good luck in the future, Paul, ROBERT KENIRY " Bob” . . Tall, handsome . « Friendly smile . . . Deep masculine voice . . Quite the mathematician .., Sports enthusiast . . . " Who, me?? ' . . . Always looking for a good time , . +t Brewsrers " . . . Amused by a cer¬ tain Modern Problems Class , . . Good luck. Bob. JOYCE KENT Rebel " . . . Loves art . , . Food ♦« A certain fellow . . , Writing . . Waiting for the bus (in her house!) . . Always talking . . . Likes long walks in the afternoons (not alone, though!) . . Best of luck, Joyce. 51 MARSHA KEYES New here from California . , Beau- r i f Li I eyes . , lovely clothes ... A quiet, passive smile , . . Oh, those driver ed, classes! . . .Wish you came here sooner . . . Best of luck. ARTHUR KJLRGY ' Art " . . , One of the boys . . Cheerful . . . Outside interests , . Good luck. MARTHA KNOTT Attractive . « . Fort Benning, Georgia . . , Marty . . " Doggone it ' , . . Pert usually seen with Bev . . . Friendly .,, Can ' t wait to graduate . . , Works at the C S Oil Company . . Always willing to lend a helping hand ♦ . . Pizza . . . Hot fudge sundaes , . « Loves to twist . . . Often found at the home¬ making mom . . . Plans to go to Ken¬ neth ' s Hair Styling School . ♦ Oh, those Modern Problems Classes . , Goes to Maine for the summer . . , How many cups of coffee a day? THEODORE KOBEL " Ted " « . . Good looking , , . Sharp dresser . . . Wonderful personality . . Sophomore interest . . . Gym Club ... Seen with Tommy . . . Nice build. PAUL KORENBERG ' ' Paul " . . - Finally grew . . Peppy , , “$ay h have you heard , . .? " , . . Stop Shop ... Girls ... A semi¬ culture . Red Caddy convertible... Funny . , Always talking , . Knows everything . , , French 111 , , ♦ Chinese food ... Oh. those Saturday nights! PAUL KOSOWSKI “P.K. " , . . " Pablo " . , Often seen in Way 1 and . . . Golf , • , " 62 " 1 m pa la . . , “Blue Angel " . . . Haunted house fan . . . Dresses neatly . . Ems pizza, peanut butter breads, and cakes . . - Always leaving his gloves somewhere. 52 PAUL KREBS " Paul , , . Buys a million lunches . . , Easy-going . , . Drives a sharp Buick . Very quiet at rimes - Al¬ ways ready fur a good rime- KENNETH KUKSTIS " Kenny” . . . Quite well built . - Doesn ' r care much for school , . Likes cars and girls, in that order! . . . Good luck, Ken. WILLIAM LaCOUTURE Great goalie . . . Sharp dresser . . . Fun to have around . . . Collegiate.. " Laco " . , - " The Sieve” . . . Shouldn ' t be allowed to Twist at parties . Baseball Co-Captain . . . A real wit... Good at all sports . Likes his ice cream squished . . Modest . . . Good supply of sun tan lotion . . . Mean throwing arm . . Public locker . . . Wild driver . . . Nice smile . . . Sin¬ cere . . Has his eye on Bowdoin after prep school . . . Good luck! GALE LAMPREY JUDY LAMING A room full of trophies . , . New York - Loves pickles . . Huge green eyes . . - Little flirt . . . Buckncll . , - Always eating raisins . , . " It ' s been real!” . . . The life of New Year ' s Eve parties - - . ' Pay Your Dues” properties chairman , - , Never gets caught . . , Always panic-stricken . . . Wild hen parties . . . Army brat , - One of the " bottom sixteen” . , . Used to live in Panama . . , Speedy . . , Sure to be a success at V of M. Oh, so pretty . . . Blondie , . . Petite . , , Often seen visiting in West Natick ... " I know they ' re there, they have to be " . . . " I couldn ' t help it, it was the horse ' s fault! " . . . The only per¬ son in the world who can make dim¬ ples . . . Favorite beverage is tea . . . A true friend . ■ , Those hours in the library for biology project . , . A mud bath in Michigan . « . " I ' ll call ya! " . . . Chocolate drip cookies . . Which blue Ford? PRISCILLA LANG HORST " Cilia " ... A future nurse , . Swell personality . . . Always smiling ... A Lake Dweller . . - Advanced Biology . A tion-rwister . . , Very careful driver . . . Usually rather quiet . , . Bound for helpful success. 53 THOMAS LASCAR! " T " . . Always a laugh . - Gym Club star . . . " Dear dear, bread and beer, if ! were dead I wouldn ' t be here! " . . . Guitar player . . . Always willing to help . . . Plans for college where his ability to make friends will help to make him a success! JOAN LAUBNER J anic . , ♦ Marvelous sense of hu¬ mor . h , Beautiful hair and eyes . , LR , + . A private cheering squad .,. " Tick, tick, tick " . . . Mad driver , - . Big appetite , . Granny Gown striking wardrobe . . . ”1 lost my coat! " ■ Clever . . . Sure to be a success! RICHARD LEACH Dick , A certain Junior . . . Tall . - . Prize possession is his sportsman ship award - - . Strong, silent type . . , Eating wtirms underneath the basket... Hicky . ♦ Chairs in S-200 . , Co- Captain of outdoor track . . . Member of the red team . . . Best of luck! NINO LECCACORVI Nino , . . Tall, dark, and oh so handsome . . - One of the boys - . - Famous for his squeaky joints , , , Thomas Mallery award . . . Partial to second lunch . . Dictator of the cafe¬ teria . . . Performed twist exhibition for three faculty members . . . Ardent foot¬ ball and shot put player . . . fee cream warmer . . , N,H,5, wishes you only rhe vt ' ry best always. DANIEL LEONE Dan , . . Quiet, shy, always helpful to everyone . . . Industrious student . T , Great friend , . , Fun to be with . , , Success is certain! JOHN LINNEHAN " Johnnie ' ' . , . One of rhe more brilliant students in our class . . con¬ trols the money ar fellowship . . . Seen in a cute green car , ♦ Senior Piay , . , A great wii . , . Ail the best in the future from the class of ' 62, 54 MARY LITTLETON ’Mary " . . . Always friendly and smiling . . . Famous natural curly hair . , Still has a bit of her Southern ac¬ cent left , . . Proud owner of a certain grey Chevy . . . Jordan Marsh , . . Un decided in her love life . , . Success is certain. JUDITH LUCAS Judy . . , Shorthand scholar . . . Wonderful driver , . One of the top 21 . . ♦ Lots of school spirit . . Pep Chib , ■ . Want a double lunch? . . , Hampton, Connecticut . ♦ Good luck in the future, Judy! MARILYN LIVINGSTONE Engaged to be engaged ... A real brain , . . Loves French . . . U.S.Y- California . . . Tick, Tick, Tick . . . Good at everything . , . Collects fra- ternity pins . , . Always doodling . . . Sincere . . , Future teacher . . , Always willing to help . . « Poetry books{?) . . . Wool worth ' s . . . Friendly , « , Best of luck! ALAN LOTRECK " Al " . , , A great admirer of French . . . Interested in explosives . . . Study¬ ing h not one of his main occupations . . . Belongs to the West Natick clique . . Interesting personality. KATHY LYNCH Kathy . . . Beautiful eyes . . . Long black hair .. . . Wild driver . . . Vety friendly , . ♦ Came from Waltham this year ♦ . Has friends in Belmont . . . Pretty sweaters . . . Heavens to Merga- rroid! . . Pizza . . . Has own car . , . Good luck in the future, Kathy! MARY ANN MABARDY Neat . . . Efficient . , . Wonderful housekeeper . . . Works at Leonard Morse . . . Library- aide . . . Will make a good secretary. 55 RICHARD MABARDY Tall . . . Dark , . . Good-looking . . . Hard-working . . , Sense of humor LEONARD MacGREGOR " Mr Cool " . , . Master of the un¬ derstatement , . , Likes to argue and reason things out . . . Quiet . . " Chuck Berry " . . Easy-going . , . " Swing " . . . Often seen in vicinity of Jones ' , , . Always a laugh! . , " Ml see ya at two-thirty. " JANE MacKENZIE Mat . . , Oh, that blonde hair and chose blue eyes! Baseball ... A certain piano player . , , Capable lead er . . . Terrific party after the Senior Play , . , Enthusiastic „ . Magnetic personality . . . Famous for her unique Science Fair Projects . . , Hard worker . . . Hopes to be a physical therapist . . . You ' re sure to go far, Jane! ROBERT MACOMBER " Beachcomber " . . Has a variety of wild sports cars , , . Handsome!!! . , Fellowship . , A loyal supporter of our Natick teams . . . Plays a cool game of tennis , . . Good luck, Bob. DENNIS MAHANEY Cinema couldn ' t run without him .. . Freckles . . . Quiet . Business-like . . , Ivy League clothes , . , Sure to be a success. JAMES MANNOS An outstanding member of our class . . Jimmy . . . An electronics whiE , , . MLT. . . . Non-conformist in Eng¬ lish . . « " You cant go up those stairs " Tennis champ . . Jim is a certain success. 56 ROBERT MARCY Marce . . Hojo ' s , . . Female inter¬ est in Framingham . . . The " pit r ‘ - . , Two hoc ' 51 ' Ford Marry Specials,,, General Motors strip ... He can usu¬ ally be found at Sdlew ' s . . Favorite expression, " Hi Hurby ' . , . Trips to Floppy ' s Diner . . . Farm Fond . . Wild hair cut . . . Loyal friend to have , , Quite the mechanic . , . Weight lifting in the snow. PATRICIA MARLATT Most often seen in black Ford with Penny and Carol . , , Athletic . , , Good sport . . . First National . . . Plans to become a nurse . . . Terrific sense of humor . . . Always a gag - The best of luck in your future, Pat. ROBERT MARGOLIN Seldom heard from , . . Retiring - Shy , . Loyal booster for N.H.S. . . , Good luck in the future. BENJAMIN MARTIN Ben , . ♦ Hails from West Natick., Likes golf and basketball . . . Smart . , . Strange sense of humor . . . Cool little car . . , Good luck in your coming years, Ben. DAVID MARTIN Came from Juneburg this year . . . Likes Natick . , . Wavy hair . . Likes Economics and cars . . . Most prized possession is his notebook . . . Blue 4 51 Ford convertible , . . Nice brown eyes . . . Red, red hair , . . Wants to be a success . , , Know he will bel VALERIE MASON Val . . . Giggles a lot , . , Rings around her knees . . . d ' Habla Espanol ' , , . South Narick f , . J oves hockey , , , 3rd lunch . . . Beautiful sweaters , , , Pizza . . . Good luck in the future, Val. u 57 DALE MATHES ' Dak- " , . . Honest ami sincere . . . Well liked by all who know him . Quk-t and reserved (in school, that is) . . . Contagious grin , . - Alt the. sue cess in the world in whatever you choose to do. WILLIAM MAXWELL " Maxy " . . . Red hair . Scientifi tally inclined . . . Great in sports, espe¬ cially football and track . , , Always sporting a smile . . What happened to those crutches, Billy??? ...Best of luck, always. LINDA McAULEY " Lin . , . Good friend . . . Talented seamstress . . . ‘Have you seen LuLu? " . . . Hoot an a half , . . Often seen in a blue Ford . . . Oh! that Clerical Practice class . . . Pet peeve: yeast . . . A can of tomato juice a day . . . ’Tm going to let my nails grow! ' . . . Good luck as a future beautician. PATRICIA McKEEN PAUL McGEE " Dick . . . " Mr Magoo’ ■ . One of the boys . . . What, me worry??? . Proud owner of a terrific blue and white Pontiac . . Jordan Marsh fellow worker . . . Varying interests . . . Brewster ' s . . . Ardent collector of tardy slips . . Dick is sure to be a success in the held of his choice. MARGARET McLAUGHUN " Peggy " , . The lady prefers blondes . . . ' Maggie the dishwasher " . . . The little bug ■ " I refuse to ride in it until it is fixed " . . . Westboro . Seen dashing through the corridor after first lunch , Enjoys working when the boss is gone . . Partial to the name Robert , . Class of ' 62 wishes you the best of luck Peggy, " Triria " „ . , Such pretty black hair , . . " Please don ' t call me Patty " . . One of the " Big Six " , . The dictator . . . " Say gang 1 got an idea 1 ' . Big big brown eyes . . . Jordan Marsh fel¬ low worker . . . " Stubbo " . Hails from North Dakota . . , Aspires to at- rend Junior College - - Black Chevy convertible , . . A tribute to the class of 1962. STELLA McMAHON " Stella " , . The meek shall inherit the earth , . . Invincible eyes . . . Most popular person in her homeroom (espe¬ cially during assemblies) . . . Oh, that giggle , , . Hey, where ' s Stella? . . . Essence of neatness . . , Varying inter csts , , . " What a panic! " , , . Big sis¬ ter . . Fabulous on the trampoline... Success and happiness are inevitable. LINN MEADOWS " 5m t lie " . . . Zayre ' s . . . Boys from toys . . . Plans to attend Boston Stcno- type Institute . . . Different hair styles . . . Favorite expression is " Hi, Honeee " . . . Hot P 5l Pontiac . . . Loyal Natick High supporrer . . . Hates to break her fingernails . . . Linn ' s hobby is paint¬ ing modern art . . . Loves Italian food and Irish stew . . . She is a certain suc¬ cess . CHERYL MEDEIROS Talkative . , . Enthusiastic about class affairs . , Likes the boys , Loves music. BRUCE MILLER Wild cor net is t , . . Sad eyes . . . A l ways late for homeroom . . . Weight lifting . . . Twister . - . Works at Wel¬ lesley College . - Detergent hands? ... Good dancer , . . " Bucky " - . . Plays both classical and popular . . . Good luck from the Class of 62, FRED MITCHELL Trackman - . . Likes sports , . , Fools with cars , . . Not crazy about school . . . May enter the service THOMAS MOORE " Tom " , . A laugh that echoes through the halls of Natick High . . A way with the girls ♦ Attended a certain graduation in New York , . A heart of gold . . . Proud owner of a black Ford convertible (Tom ' s Taxi Service) . . , Chemistry whiz . , . Ex¬ tremely independent . , . Barbershop Quartet . . Ambitious . , Eminent author of " My Famous Relatives " , , Prosperity and happiness arc inevitable for Tom. 59 ALFRED MORGAN ‘Al " . . . Preppy . . . " Hey, J got a joke " . . . Loves homeroom period , . " !s that right? " . . . Found in clinic dunng D period , " Just don ' t walk away " . . A certain captain . . " Are you kidding me? " - . . Often seen at Calvin is . . . Mischievous . r . Full of interesting facts . . , A real great guy. JOHN MORGAN Morg , . . Our great Student Council president . . . Says he knows the Alma Mater " . . One of the boys . . . Witty . . . Often seen with girls . . . " Mrs. Brown s car? " . , " Boys ' State " . . . That clean-shaven look . . . Quiet??? . . . A bomber behind the wheel . , " You Ace! " . . . Well-known flirt . . . Never late for math class! . . . Oh, those nights on Prospect Hill!! . . , Sure to be a famous Natick alumnus. PRISCILLA MORGAN Pam . , .The great president of the Senior P.F, , , . Oh, those crazy sum- met conferences! . . . Future teacher . F . Tremendous sense of humor Natick Federal , , . Morg . . . Wild driver . . , Many friends . . , loves Chemistry and French? . . , Cute smile . . . Vivacious , . . " Early to bed " . . , " On her knees " „ . One of the best. WAYNE MORGAN Great guy . . Trackman , . , Fine friend . . . Sincere . . . Active in church fellowship . . . DeMolay . . . Loyal member of our class. EDWARD MORI ARTY Who could ever forget Ed? . . . Likes to sing . . . Can take cars apart and put them together . . , Not afraid of hard work.. . , How about a pass, Ed? PAUL MORRILL Cafeteria marshal , , , Weight lifter . . . Strong man . . . Sisters? . . . Not too ambitious academically . . . Good disposition. CHARLES MORRIS " Charley” ... A great baseball player . . . Quiet, but still water runs deep . . Near as a pin . . . Handsome! ... Best of luck in the future from the Class of ' 62, Charley. JANE MUNRO Loves athletics , . " Red " . . Hard worker at the Maridor . « Quick tem¬ per . Sharp wit PAUL MURPHY " Red " . . . Good friend . . Quiet , . . Shy . . . Wants to teach Hopes to artend Teachers College, ERIC MUSSEN " Muss " , , , Likes Spanish and phys¬ ics . . U Mass . . . Entomologist (in¬ sects) . . . Outdoor rype , . . Hunting . , . Fishing . . . Indoor track captain „ . " N " Club treasurer . . . Favorite foods, lobster and steak . . . Smart (Honor Society) . . Quiet, even tem¬ pered . Perfectionist . . . Fixdt man. KAREN NELSON A Texan import to N.H,S. . , . Tall and stately . . , " Tex " , . Loves any¬ thing to do with Biology . , " Oh, all those little animals of Mr. Filled « . . An expert on methyl mediae Hate resins . Very loyal person. RALPH NFTTLETON " Cling " .. Pilot of the " Blue Bomb " . One of the boys , . Basketball manager . Card parties - - . Red lan¬ terns??? . . Often seen in Wellesley . . . A sure success in his future life. 61 MARY NIMS Mary tamo to us from Holliston last year . Sweet . Pretty . . , Capable . . . Will make a wonderful nurse . . - Hopes to train at Deaconess Hospital, J USTIN A O ' CONNOR Tina . . . One of the Big Six . . . One dimple - . . Partial to Milford . . . Pink telephone . . . Oh, those German eyes . . . Hails from Greenfield . , . " Are you kidding me? . . Mischie¬ vous . . , Quiet—some may think so bur her friends know differently ► " ! don ' t Ktt it! " . , . Lots of luck and success, Tina, DENNIS NOONAN Thar red hair . . , An infectious grin . . . Shoppers Restaurant . ♦ . Quite a dancer , . - Likes to play pool , , , Flirts with all the girls , , Many friends-., Tlie Class of " 62 " wishes you the best of luck and success. STEPHEN OETTINGER " Steve " . . Very intelligent . , . Ex¬ cel Is in the field of science , ♦ West Natick ire , , . A great pal . . . A private tutor for many a confused classmate. JOHN O ' KEEFE " Paul " . , friendly to all , , , Al¬ ways smiling . . . " No I am not Ken. Pm Paul " , , . Hails from North Natick ■ ► . Works hard and plays hard . . . Sincere . . . A loyal friend ro anyone . . . Plans for B.LL , . , Besr of luck, Paul. MARY O ' CALLAGHAN Smiling Irish eyes , , - " Hey what do ya say " . . . Happy-go-lucky dispo¬ sition . . . Quire the typist . . , Fram¬ ingham learned nor to use French Ft he hard way) , , . " Do you know what " . . . Double lunches . . . Her golden rule. " If you can ' t say anything new don ' t say anything at ail " ... A great friend. 62 JOSEPH O ' KEEFE Twin brother . . . Likes a joke , , Quick . . , Prankster . Loyal sup- porter of class activities . Good luck in the future, Joe. CHERYL OLEARY Cherry " . , , " Oh, that beautiful red hair! " . . . 1 merest in the Class of ' 60 - . . Cute . . . Petite . , , Full of fun and sparkle . . . Forever chewing gum . . , Friendly . . . A smile for everyone . . , " Hi Yea! " , . . Will never forget the Business Law Class! GARY OMERSO Baseball player . . . Hockey captain . . 13 909 . - . Member of the ' ‘Gold¬ en Pentagon " . , , Hello, is Mary there? . . - Don ' t worry boys, my uncle ' s a farmer . , . Red lantern ... 20 ques¬ tions ... Is that right? . , Drives the big " ' O ' . . . Likes girls with long hair . . . Great personality , . . Bound for success in the future. 4 ROSE ONORATO ’Rosy " . . , One of the top " 21 " ... Big brown eyes . . . Adores Mr. D. Bennett . . . " 1 finally got my license " . Beautiful handwriting . . , Often with Carol and the girls , . . " What tan I do with this mop?? " . . Pan- cake??? . „ , Likes Elvis, Elvis, and El¬ vis, in that order . . Sure to be a suc¬ cess in whatever field she chooses. ANNETTE ORLEANS One of Natick High ' s fine " cops " ,, Sandy , Quiet . . . Soft-spoken . . Very neat dresser , . Loves to drive . Always with a smile . . . You ' re bound ro succeed in whatever you choose, Annette! SANDRA PAGANO Sis . . . Natural curly hair , . . Cop¬ per parries . . . One of the road run¬ ners after first lunch , . . Brewsters.., Jordan Marsh fellow worker . . . Fa¬ vorite foods, French fries, steak, and cokes , . . Many Fords, ' 50, ' 51, ‘56 . . . Usually found in front of Gabes at 2:45 . , . " Wait till I see her " . . . New Hampshire trips . . . Plum Island . . . O ' B-Cochituate , , . Good luck in the future. 63 RICHARD PELLERIN Tall . . • Handsome . . . Pleasant... Loyal classmate . . . Good luck- RICHARD PER15TERE " Spitzz” ■ ’ ' Richie " . . . " Albie 1 ' - . , Afraid of haunted houses... Fried chlicken??? - . - " Cute Cuddles Cory " . . . Red lanterns - , . Loves spaghetti . . Adventures at St + Linus . . . Well- known in Framingham . . . Cowboy movie - . Fun to be with . . Sure to go far in the future. ROBERT PIPE Bob . - - Great basketball player , - That red hair . . . President of the Nee- rega Club , . A twister . - . Bob ' s car should be known as the " Crash Car " , . . A golf pro . . Vice-president of our Student Council - . That Ohio Wesleyan sweatshirt ... Mr. Hamburg f • . Exchange group . , . The Great Orator " on the basketball bus ... A great friend and a sure success . . Personality and popularity , , . Good luck. Bob. ALAN PETERSON AI . . . Most valuable player in Thanksgiving victory . . . What a phy¬ sique . . Often seen with his ’harem . Old spice . . . Those wild week- ends , . . Fellow worker » . . Sharp dresser . . . Ah-rez-c-voir . . A future Falcon . . Cow-a-bonga - . . Originator of Sam . . . " I don ' t like your attitude " . . . Personality plus . - ■ Big handsome Swede . . . President of the " Big Six " . . . A future success. STUART PEOPLES . . . Can be seen at Peoples ' . A member of the Safety Quiet . . . Always a friendly Maine . . . Ambitious . . . " Stu " Laundry Patrol . , smile . . Bound to succeed. DONNA P1NEO Great cheerleading captain . . . A1 . . . Quite a seamstress . ♦ , Often seen in a blue Cadillac . , . Always with Linda . - - " Shure” . . . Neatness is her middle name , . . Known for her perfect splits , , Shiny light brown hair . . - Loves the late shows . , . Nice to know . . . Wei 1-1 iked . . . Shorthand classes after school , . . Practices in bare feet , . , Snow Princess . . . " All Ser?—- " You Bet ' 64 DAVID FOLHEMU5 " Polly " . . . Interests in Framingham . . What a laugh , , Loves hockey . h . Great sense of humor ♦ . , Best of tuck, Dave, R ALPH PRYOR JR, " Ralphie " . . . B.C.??? , , . Known for his sweet tooth , r ■ Our hard¬ working basketball captain . . , Likes pizza and ravioli . ♦ , (In) famous tem¬ per . . . One of the boys , , A real comedian , . , All the best in the future, Ralph. LESLIE PORTER Likes girls. especially a certain senior , . . Active in class affairs . . . Helpful in dramatic production. ARTHUR POWERS " Art " —a live wire " , . . Nice crew cut . . , Football player , , . Often seen with scooter . , , Quiet to those who don ' t know him . . . Sincere and hard working . . . Often around Pine Street , . A Co-op boy , . . Always out of gas, but never out of Laughs, PETER REAGAN Tall, dark, and handsome . . , " Pete " , , , Friendly . . . Always smiling - , . Easy-going , , . Great sense of humor . . , Often seen in S-219 . . - Sure to be a success, for he ' s a great guy! Good luck, Pete! f ERNESTINE REARDON " Dee " , . . Always looking for a good rime . . . Darling smile . . " Come on, you kids! " . . . Often seen in Wel¬ lesley in a certain uniform . . , A riot in gym . . . Friends upon friends . . . Mischief dances in those sparkling brown eyesl . . . Success is certain! 65 ARLENE RICE One of ihe smaller girls at N.H.S. . . . Quiet . . . Often with Edwina .. . Never forgers homemaking . . . Water- glass ♦ . , ‘ ' Rather good! " . Hair¬ dressing plans for the future - . Best luck in your every endeavor. JACQUELINE RICHARDSON ‘ ' Jackie " . . Bubbles over with life . . . Skillful on water skis??? . , , Oh, that giggle!! . . . Oh, No!! . . , Active in class affairs . . . Interests both in Air Force and Army ... How are Friendly ' s sundaes?? , , Goes to Crane ' s Beach on rainy days!! . , . Unforgettable trips to New London . , ' Tm gonna get my license someday " . . , Going West after graduation . , . Best of luck. KEVIN ROBERTS " Curving " ... ' 52 Chevy , . . First National . . . Those Monday nights at Hilda ' s . . . Cribbage , . . Great sense of humor , . . Whirey . . . Sports fan . . . Couldn ' t fmd Boston Common??!! . ♦ . Good luck in the future, Kev. LINDA ROGERS A loyal supporter of N.H.S. activities . . . Very dependable ♦ . , Worked hard on the Prom Decorating Committee .,, Near . . . Never thought Linda would cut that long blonde hair ► . , Active in school affairs . . . Good luck from the Class of ' 62. SANDRA ROGERS " Sandy” , . ♦ Quiet . . . Appears shy , . , Navy interest ♦ . ♦ Very calm . . . " What happened to that long, curly hair? " . . . Have you seen the 3rd linger left hand? . , , Good luck in the future. MARJORIE ROONEY ' Cheer for Don Bosco " . . . " Yeah Navy " , , , Chicken and French fries . . Missy . . . Hares door slammers . , , One of the unsenscabtes . . . Midge « . Likes to give parties . . . Cant wait to graduate . , , Good luck from the Class of ' 62. 66 EDW1NA ROSE Quiet . . . Shy... One of the smaller girls at M.H.S. . . . " Rosey " . . . " Win nie " . . " Oh, no! " . , . Field hockey , . , Anyone for a convertible ride? .. Good luck in the future. ROBERT ROY Friendly - . . Temperamental , . ■ Good friend . . . Spora fan „ , . Srop Shop . . . Good luck in whatever field you enter, Bob! ROBERTA ROSNOV " Miss Rosnov, don ' t you believe in ghosts?!! " . ♦ . Pretty brown eyes - . . A whiz in a certain A-Period English class „ , , Many a good laugh on the bus ride home . . . Nice dresser . , . Will make a wonderful nurse. CAROL RUSSO " Russo! " . . . Said with an Italian accent by Mr. Colombo . . . Late again! . . . Cure . . . Friendly . . " Pancakes, anyone? ' ' . ♦ . Blushes easily . . . Enjoys S-2I9?? . . Forever being teased by Mr, C’ . h . New to our school in % . . . " What shorthand test? " . . . Great¬ est pet peeve—her grey hair! . . . Good luck in the future, Carol. LAWRENCE SALL1NGER " Larry " . . . Curly hair . . Great friend , . . Always smiling . . . ' d8 Mercury - . . DeMolay . . . " I can get it wholesale! " . . . Works in Wellesley . . . Oh, those stock-car races . , « Free rrip to Florida stock-car races!! ■ Good luck in the future, Larry. JAMES SANBORN " Jimmy " . . . Tall . ♦ . Good-looking . , . Beautiful sweaters . . . " Baby Huey " , . lakes Public Speaking?? ... Lifts weights h , . Curly blond hair . . « Called " Gorgeous George " by a certain gym teacher . . . Likes to ski , . . Good luck in the future, Jim! 67 JUDITH SANTA MAR IA " Judy” . . . Always cheerful . . Bright brown eyes . . , + ' Oh t that test was Wicked!” . - . Don Bosco . . . " Does my hair look O.K + ??” . . Neat as a pin . . . Sure to be a success in the business world. BONITA SCHAVONB " Bonnie” . . . Never a hair out of place . . . Near as a pin . . , Who has Math problems? , . . Thrilled with her new license and her sister ' s new car... Sebcol spirit galore . . . Friendly smile . . Good luck in the future. RUTH SAURG Ruey” . . Always talk ini; . . . " 5u- utit r ' ' ♦ . „ Manaja! . . . Forever writing letters . . Loads of clothes . . . Neat as a pin ... " 1 am going on a diet to¬ morrow ' f . . . Crackers , . .Oh, those curls! . . . Sportswear , . . " Where did Paula ' s lunch go?? . . . Service anyone? . . . Successful secretary . . . One of the top ”21 1 . « . Best of luck in the future. RICHARD SCHNEEKLOTH Ski enthusiast . . , " Rick” . , . " Snoofs” . . . Likes to water ski . . + Hunting enthusiast . . . Visited a deer friend! ... " 1 almost care” . . . Visits the zoo on Sundays . . . Plans to join the Air Force . . . ' The Crutch” , . . Best of luck in rhe future. HARRY SCHALLER " Harry . , Another South Natickite Flatheads . . . Passing the bus on Eliot Street . Drives in fields . . . Oh, that high bar . . . Good-looking blonde . Skaring on the Charles ... Best of luck in the future. VINCENT SHARKEY " Vinme " . . . Brilliant student . . . President of Honor Society . . . " Wun- erful, wunerful! " . . . Popular . . . Car trouble? . . . Friendly . , . Great actor in the Senior Play . . . Always smiling . Sure ro be a success in the future. 68 KENNETH SHAW " Kenny” . . - Popular with the girls! , , r Likes anything on four wheels . „. Nice car , . , Best of luck in the future, Ken, LINDA SHAW ”Linny " . . . One of the top ' ' 21 " , . . Never on rime , . Seen at Wool- wort hs . . Remember those pajama parties , . . Plans to be a secretary... Likes Italian food . . . Quiet (?) . . . Likes to eat ... Per peeve: impatient people ... Oh, chose double lunches before gym . . . Often seen eating in study . „ . Good luck in the future. ROBERT SHEA " Bob " , , „ Cute . . , Popular . . . The I in Ivy League . , , A unique way of transporting boob in English Class . , . Quiet but humorous person¬ ality ♦ . , Three years in S-219 . , . Mis¬ chievous . .. . Those Sunday dinners. . Spanish?? . Well liked by all who know him . . . Prep school bound. ANNE SHEASGREEN " Adorable Annie " . . Gorgeous red hair and blue eyes . . . Pizza and gin- gerale . . Always breaking zippers... Looks so cure in her basketball uniform I.R. Halloween gang . . ?“Some¬ body make a decision! " ... A blusher . . , Long fragile fingernails . . . Loves tobogganing ♦ . . bananas, apples, rai¬ sins, and pickles for lunch . . , Looks good in anything . - . Real neat . . . Twist party New Years Eve . , . " Aun¬ tie " , . , Skating? WILLIAM SHEA " Billy” . - " Anyone want to buy a motorcycle? " . . . Jolly . . . Pat ... " I Jove you tool " . . . Simonetta s Market . . . High hopes for further schooling . . . 3rd year at S-2I9—-too much! , . ♦ Best of luck in the fururc. NANCY SHEER " Nance” . . vivacious . . . Popular, especially with those of the opposite sex . , . Chic wardrobe ... Oh, those summers at Humarock! . . , Bobbsie Twin . , » Bubbles . . . One of the three courageous peeps . . . " Got a letter!!” . Who can t see? , . Peanut , . . Florida . , . " I mean, you kno-a-ow " . . . Sad movies make her cry - ■ Often seen rn that fantabulous green and white Chevy . . , Never fear, Nance, for you nothing is impossible. 69 SUSAN SJMMONDS " Sue ' ' . . . always talking . . . member of future nurses club , . . homeroom period . . . interest in the Air Force ♦ , . friendly to all . . . will encounter success and happiness in the future. JOHN SLAMIN " Timothy my boy " . , . quiet until you know him ... is seen in the aisles of the Cinema . , , blushes . , . partial to Fram¬ ingham . . , has a third seat belt in his cart??? . , . one of the group in front of U)6 before school ... a real great guy ... is sure to have success and happiness in the future. JANE SMITH " Thrills " . . . constant talker . . . likes Ray Charles . , . skiing . .. swimming.,, calypso music . . . wishes she bad long hair . .. horseback riding ,.. likes to shop in Wellesley ... Tf Oh, no! " . . . Boston on weekends . , . sure to be a success in arr. ROBERT SOBY Good student . . . hue friend , . . sports lover . . . likes to play jokes . . , hosts of friends. KARYL SPILIER Attractive . . even disposition . - . admired by many . . . horseback riding anyone? " Hey Cidsco " . . her slender figure is kept by daily walks to school . . . A-106 will never forget her artistic talents . . . many unique hair styles . . . Bound for success in the field of an. ROBERT 5PURLING " Boh " ..., quiet at times ... sophomore interests ., , enjoys job at Wellesley Col¬ lege . . . member of homeroom A-l 06 ... Good luck in the future. 70 HOWARD STACKPOLE MARTHA STEVENS Martha . . . darling dimples , . . pleas¬ ing personality ... a friend in need is a friend in deed . . t thoughtful . . . French blues , ♦ Stupendous artist and a credit roN.H.S, MARY SULLIVAN " Mare " , , . most attractive beautiful smile . . epitome of preparedness . - . popularity plus-plus , , one of the three courageous peeps . . . " How gasuous! " . , . unforgettable Christmas vacation . . . ardent skier, both on snow and water .. witty . , . gets lost in church , . , f J mean, it ' s very annoying " . . . " I ' m loving it " . . t Stay as you are Mare, and you will encounter only success and happiness. RALPH SULLIVAN Shy and retiring type, yet a diligent student . . . who hits his own swimming □I?? , , ♦ South Natickke . . . college Good Luck! pool?? bound 71 CAROLYN SUTTON Came to us in her Jr, year from North field . . , Quiet but very friendly , . Mall . . . March of Dimes « , Good dancer . . . Merchant Marine in¬ terests . . Pizza . . . Northeastern . , Good luck in teaching RONALD 5ZRETTER " Ron " , , . Interest in So. Natick .,. Trackman . . . S-200 , , , Always jok in it . . Great tease , . . Dresses in black . Italian food , - ♦ So. Natick drugstore . . ♦ Best of luck in the future, lure. LFNDA SWANSON " Swanie " . . One of the " ' Big Six . . . The big Swede . . Through the yard, kids! . . , Throws great senior parties . . . " Lindy " ... A future hair¬ dresser ... A Gappeila . . . Often seen in Framingham . . . " Blondie " . . . Green eyes to go with her green Im¬ pair ... A great friend . A llirt. ,. Best of luck, Linda. DONALD TEAGUE Great bowler . . Sports fan . ♦ Felchville . . Cars ... Girls . . Best of luck in the future ALBERT SWYRYN " AT . , Often seen at Sd lew ' s ,.. Speaks a llucnt Russian Portuguese, and German ♦ . , and English??? . . . Drives a cool ‘57 Chevy , , _ Born in the Ukraine . . . Your life will be paved with success, AL DOROTHY TETREAULT " Dot ' 1 , . . Cheerful . . , Friendly smile for all . . . Conscientious . . . Sweet personality . . . " Wool worth ' s " . . Framingham interests . . . The best friend a person could have . . . Best of luck in the future, Dor. 72 LYNN THEROUX " Isn ' i: this Hall tremendous? " . . , D.A.R. good citizen . . . The peppiest cheerleader , . . " Little Linny " . . " Have you seen the Moose? " . . - Em barrasses easily . . . Loves hockey . . . Carefully guards the Student Council treasury , . . " Oh, no! " „ , . Busy as a bee . . . Looks like Natalie Wood . . . Princess of our Junior Prom . . . Best of luck and certain success to Lynn. JAMES TIBBETTS " Elmer . . . Jimmy " ... A teacher ® pest . . . Buckaroo , . , Always has a joke and enjoys learning them , , . Fairy tale reader . . , Likes girls . . , Wants to be an undertaker . . . Good luck! GLORIA THISTLE " Penny” „ . . Quiet (appears to be) ... Oh, those double lunches . . . Loves to bowl . . . Chalk up another strike! . . , Pretry smile . . . Friendly . Best of luck in the future. NEAL TOMPKINS Rifleman , , . Explorer Post . . . Bar ' ber in the Senior Play ... Likes peppy Triumphs . . . Enjoys Science Fairs (first prize for two years) , ♦ . Lefty bowler . T . Works at Servo Engineering . Member of the Pro’s bow-ling team ♦,. Serious . . . Likes milk and candy . . . Can t stand people who aren’t on time . . . Studious . . . A sure success! JAMES THQRSEN " Jim " . . . Handsome . . . Beautiful eyes . . . Oh, that curly hair!! . , « Somewhat on the quiet side, yet has a great personality . . ♦ East Natickice... Daring smile . . . Good student, espe¬ cially in math . . . Car troubles . . . Goes fun hunting . . . Has many female admirers . . . Sharp dresser. MICHAEL TORTI " Aster " — " Known to other teams as disaster” . . . The boy w-ho flattened Ted Bracken’s door and Bill Phillip ' s nose! , v .250 lbs. of desire . ♦ . Re¬ known ed DJ, and lover extraordinaire . , . One of the boys! . . . " Gem” .,« A fine friend and a great guy . ♦ . Best of luck in your every endeavor. 73 SANDRA TRAJNOR " Sandy " . . . Who do you find be¬ hind closed doors? . . ' I look like I ' m M years old today " . . Framingham State Student Council girl . . . Has trouble remembering . . . Sparkling per¬ sonality . . Likes boys . . . Noodle diets . . , Francais 1L RONALD TURNER Brewsters . « One of the boys , " Ron " , . North Natick - , Seen at the Co-op . - Many memorable mo¬ ments - - Many interests In the oppo¬ site sex , , , Loves a good time . . Col¬ lects tardy slips . . , AD-28 . . Red patent leather shoes? , ♦ . " 52 " Ford . . Nice smile . . . Scallops on his car . , Best of luck. Ron. SUSAN WAGG Center School lamppost . . . One of the Three Musketeers . , , I-R , . . " Good morning, everybody” « . . " She went that-a-way " . . The greatest stu¬ dent director . . . " How does that strike you” ... A terrific friend . . . Pizza? ■ « Bacon Street maniacs . . . Mooni- tians . . . Bates . . . Medicine . . . " Let’s go see Lake Cochituate . . . Chop¬ sticks? FRANK WAiBEL " Frank " . . . Qh, those blue eyes! .,, A party, am from the word go . . , " Have you heard the one about-•? " . . . Ford ... We wonder where Frank spent New Year ' s Eve . . , Hockey games ... And he’s of? to Mount Sun- aped to ski of course , . Where there ' s a good time there’s Frank. DAVID WEBB " Dave " . . . 01 ten called " Spider " , , Likes music . . . Small, but a heap of fun . . . Good sense of humor . . . Many dispositions and loves , . . Jean . , 3rd lunch . . Will go far . , . Good luck in the future, Dave. 1RVJN WERTHE1M Earl . . . Hails from East Natick .. Nice car! ... One of the few who got anything (except a laugh) ... from G period physics , . An Elm Fa route ... Best of luck in the future, Earl. JULIANNE WEHRMANN Hails from California originally . Cute!!! . . Sophisticated . . . Dislikes math and chemistry . . One member of the trio , . . Wears cracked glasses . . . Not really as quiet as she appears . . . " Worm " . . . Nice dresser ... Is known to be a wild driver . ♦ . Likes shrimp curry . , . Will make a great nu rsc. ROBERT WESTON Westy . . Quiet (in school) . . . Popular , Bub is a fine Nurses Aid . . One of the " Flying Blue Angels " , , . Scholarly?? , . . The Class of ' 62 wishes you the best of luck in the fu¬ ture, Bob. JUDITH WELLS Great personaliry . . . forever smiling . . Plans to enter nursing , . . Beauti¬ ful naturally curly blonde hair . . . Ap¬ pearances are deceitful for mischief dwells within , . Pizza! . . " 1 don t know " . . . Cape Cod summers . . . Member of the girls football team ... Good luck, Judy. BARBARA WHIPP Tall , . . Stately . . Neatly dressed . . . Will make an excellent secretary . . . Twin brother . . . Best of luck, Barbie. THOMAS WHIFP " Whippy” . . . " You ol’ fudgyl” , . . service plans - great sense of humor . HO-JfO ' s - one of our cafeteria marshals . . . always lare for homeroom . . . never will forger B period English dass . . . famous saying, " I give up M . - Best of luck in the future, Tom! JULIE WHITEHILL Vivacious . . . skiing enthusiast . . . infectious laugh . . . talented dancer . . true sincerity . . quiet??? . . . New Hampshire!! . . - plans to enter B.U. . a wonderful friend to have . . . Bound to be successful. LOIS WHITTEMORE One of the three musketeers ... great architect . . . Ermengarde . . , often called Donna . . . better late than never . , . avid interest at West Point . . . good student.,, Math? .. " Harry " ,.. " What do you do for a living " . . . arches . . always worrying . , . dimples . . " Oh, Ambrose!” , . . kissing rock . . . peanut butter, marshmallow, and graham crack¬ ers , . . Oh, those flips! - . , le pois , , , Good luck. CHARLENE WILBERGER Sweet . . pretty . . . lovely hair , , . very neat „ . . quiet in school . . . what an athlete . . . active in G.A.A. . . . a good friend to have. DAVID WILLIAMS Eager Beaver . ,. not often heard from . . . extremely quiet. . . a shy member of our class . . Good luck in the future, Dave. PETER WILSON Pete . . . basketball ... a whiz in Advanced Math . . .Oh, those book re¬ pons ♦ ♦ . a ready smile . , . hopes to become art engineer , . . " Hi, Wibe” , , . likes most everything , , , is known for writing his comments on radiators . . loves ro warer-ski ... an expert bowler . . . what happened on a rainy night in Framingham? . . . hot ' 53 Chevic . . . Sure to be a success , . . Best of luck from rhe class of ' 62, Pete, 76 DOROTHY WITH AM WILLIAM WILSON " Keep id line " . , quiet . . efficient cafereria marshal - . loyal classmate - . . Good Luck, Bill. JOANNE WILTENBURG ’Joie” . . , " Wilt " . „ . a future nurse . . . Oh, those blood tests! ♦ . , Ozzic Harriet - . . loves fried clams and chicken ■ . , " Gee Whiz " . . . hogging?? p . , advanced biology . . wonderful sense of humor.. quiet,.. pretty eyes . . sincere ■ .. ' Where s my bus?? . . " I don ' t feel sorry for Macbeth’ ' ■ . . witty jokes . . A ' Capelin . . . summers at Cape Cod . . Good Luck! Dot ... blushes so easily . . , Moose... last one to get a joke , ♦ , true friend . , . loves to drive , . , Wouldn ' t you know " . . . usually seen at Friendly ' s . . . often found in hysterics . . . master of the art of poetry writing .., Oh, that naturally curly hair . r , loves those E-periods , . , a list of friends a mile long . ., " Badness personi¬ fied " ... Great sense of humor ... Sure to be a hit at college! ROGER WOODBURY Roggar ... a great debater ,,. psycho¬ analyst . . . vests . . . understands too much . .. penetrating evil-eye . . . known for cynical dry or otherwise comments .. . summer in Milwaukee . . . learns fast ... loves food , . . Don Juan . . , Explorer Scour . . . Chemistry , . . " No one under¬ stands me I hope;! . . . undauntablc . ♦. proud .. another Rhert Butler. DOUGLAS WOODS Woody . . . good looking . . . sharp dresser . . . likes to water ski , . . always has a smile and " hi " . , . enjoys a good joke . . . Scop Shop . . . Likes to sleep . . . " So, you say something " . . . " Lover " . . two for the weekend? . . . Good Luck in the future. MARCIA WOODS Woody ... Navy interests ... Waltham , . . Koninklyke Marine . . . Old Spice... " Smile! ' 1 . . . West Dennis . . . ice cream and potato chips ... S H . . . Siempre Habla . . . ' Sad News " . . , Dcntyne gum ., ■ good sense of humor ... sends cookies all over the world . . . studies in study? , . . always ready for a laugh . . . enjoys E-Period , . . blushes easily. 77 CHARLENE YORK LEO WYMAN Small in stature . . . makes up for it in pep . . band member . .. baseball mana¬ ger .,. supports dl class activities. " Chuckle and Charlie " famous nick¬ names , . arhletie . , . shorthand?? . . friendly . . . Navy interest . . Oh, those double lunches! . , . E-Period study - . . Good Luck in the future. BRENDA WRIGHT " Cute " . . . petite . . . beautiful hair , . . always with a smile . . . friendly . . . " Butch " ... . never forget clerical practice . . . Hampton Beach + . . " What a blast " . . . future undecided . . Best Luck in the future. NANCY ZIMMERMAN " Nance " . . . Good things come in small packages . . . Jordan Marsh . . . always smiling . . . plans to become a secretary ... a hard worker. 78 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front row: A. Calzini, R Brandt, K. Barone, A. Powers, j, Cox, ), Morgan, R. Prior, N. Lcceacom, C. Cuiaia, R. Leach, R. Schnee- kloth, R. Shea, F. Mussen, W. Maxwell, R. Hale, A Morgan L. Hines Second row: Coaches Collins, Whelan, J. Calabro, N. Pierro, W. Presutti, T. Hawes, K. McManus, J, Arena, F, Capizzo, Coaches Bennett, Smhtm, M r. P, Dupuis Third row: R, Picard, P. Kcany, D. Benjamin, S, Ghalant, D, Butch man, B Wooley, M. Carr, P Peters, R. Crisafulli. P. Laurn, D. Fisher Back row: J, Gomez, N Knight, F. Firzgerald, K. Pease, J. Pryor, J, Hughes, B. Batten, T, Gilbert, R, Donahue FOOTBALL The " 61” football team, after steadfastly enduring the heat of late August and early September opened its sea¬ son against a strong Walpole team defeating it 12-8 The following week the squad played a really fine game, only to Jose in the last forty seconds to Wellesley, who went on to be undefeated and take the Bay State League title. The next week Natick went to Woburn to play the team picked to capture the Class B Stare Cham¬ pionship. The " 61 " squad bounced back from its previous week s defeat by playing magnificently and leaving Woburn with a 20-20 tie. Going into its Fourth game, Natick met a rough Ded¬ ham team, losing to it 20-14. On the next Saturday the team lost a real dose one to Milton 8-6, After that blow, however, Natick Hared up by walloping a highly noted Needham squad 20-6, The squad kepr it going by swamping Braintree 34-6 and Norwood 26 12 on the following Saturdays. The " 61 " football players met their final test on Thanksgiving Day when, on a snow-cleared field covered with wood chips and shavings to make the muddy footing less hazardous, the boys shut out Framingham 8-0 The boys of the % I " team had exceptional leadership in rheir fine captain, Cliff Cutaia, who headed them from his guard position. Nino Leccacorvi, Michael Torn, Alan Peterson, and Richard Leach were all seniors that com¬ posed die line from tackle to tackle, and all turned in reg¬ ular top notch performances. Other seniors such as John Morgan, Eric Mussen, Ken Barone, Robert Shea, Art Pow¬ ers, and John Kehaioglou also saw ' a lot of action Richard Brandt, Richard Schneeckloth and Bill Maxwell were al¬ ways available and faithful to their team and school In the baekfield, AJ Gtizini, Robert Hale, Lawrence Hines, Al Morgan, James Cox, and Ralph Pryor are all seniors who will be hard to replace next year. Juniors Paul Peters, Steve Gallant, Kendal Pease, Frank Capizzo, William Presuni, and Kerry McManus saw a lot of action in the baekfield and on defense. In the line, Captain-elect Justin Hughes and Joseph Pryor were regulars at rhe ends Sophomores Scott Knight, Timothy Hawes, and Tim¬ othy Gilbert won their letters. 80 COACHES Front row: J. Carroll, F. Collins, R. Whelan, j. Stehlin, D. Bennett. Back Row: G. Leighton, P. Christie, G. Fitzgerald, L Colombo C McManus. 81 m CHEERLEADERS This year s squad led by Captain Donna Pineo has been one of the most competent and enthusiastic squads in Natick High ' s history. The long and diligent hours spent in practice were rewarded by fine precision shown at all the athletic functions. The cheerleaders are; Seniors; Donna Pineo, Donna Campisi, Cheryl Dunston, Ann Shcasgreen, Lynn Theroux. Juniors: Susan Ambler, Janice Berger, Ann Collins, Michele Feldman, Judy Ghilani and Gail Uhl in. We appreciate the fine job the girls have done and wish to thank them. 86 87 NirS u w [ I j u i a. m jr ■Jr Jr Jr J , dJTO y „ y 1 ( Fronr row: H. Godden, D. Fisher, F. Hale, N. Leccacorvi, E. Musseti, C Griffis, R. Cooper, J, Bemon, T. Whipp, K, Henderson, Second row: R. Grisafullt, F. Ross, D. Berman, A. Dye, P, Grupposo, R, Nation, L Smith, T. Trainor, E, Vesmto, P, Graham, S. Du bosky, A, Rogers, P. Stevenson, T. Dininio, D. Horka, Coach Whelan, Third row: D. Butch man, R. Flinehbaugh, R Condron, C, Spakowski, Eh Peoples, D. Phillips, D, Bartlett, D, O ' Leary, M. Ornorato, P. Gately R. Core, R. Boudreau, R. Wright, R, Hayes, Fourth row: $, Ghalant, J. Sanford, P. Kcany, R. Tiberio, J. Robinson, J, Gunner, J, Craig, R. McGovern, D. Benjamin, P. Laura, R. Cudmore, J, Warren, Back row: R. Clauson, S. Chambers, R. Penswick, M. Hicks, E. Solomon, R, Parris, G. Batten, R. Cunningham, M, Kriger, D, Gerber, P. Hammond, D. Peoples, R. Rourkc, W. Hadden, INDOOR TRACK The Natick High School track team had its first undefeated season of dual competition in the Metropolitan League, Divi¬ sion II, this year. The track team, under the able direction of Coach Whelan, produced victories over Arlington {39-38), Sommerville (53-24), Belmont (45-32), North Quincy (50 27), and Watertown 52-25), The season was highlight¬ ed by a third place finish in the Class " B” State Meet, Captain Eric Mussen did an admirable job this year, pro¬ ducing many needed points in the 300,600, and relay. Charles Griffis (high jump and relay) and Harold Godden (1,000 and mile) were other consistent senior point winners. Other seniors who contributed greatly were Nino Leccacorvi (shot- put ), Tim Connelly (1,000), James Benton { 50 ), Ken Hen¬ derson (600), Fred Hale (1,000 and mile), Thomas Whipp (mile), David Fisher (high jump), and Robert Cooper (shot-put). The track team should have another powerful squad next vear. Returning under classmen letter winners include Rus¬ sell Cudmore, Paul Laura, John Robinson, Donald Bartlett. Steve Gallant, Richard Crisafulli, George Batten, Dick Cote, Edward Solomon, and Jim Craig. 88 From row; S. DaBosky, D. Humer, R. Cote, L, Piorrc. R. Parris, H. Godden, R. Bkakney, R. Cunningham, T + Whipp, F. Hale. Back row; Coach Bransfiekl, F. Ross, R. Schneekloth, L. Smith, P. Morrill, R. None, J. Hicks, S + Kannel, R. Condron, P. Irving. CROSS COUNTRY Ixd by Captain Harold Godden, rhe Natick High School Cross Country team had a record of six wins and two losses. The most exciting and heartbreaking race occurred at Need¬ ham where Natick was defeated 28-27, one point standing between Natick and the Bay Stare championship. In the Bay State League Meet the ream avenged its only other defeat by finishing second ahead of Milton. In the State Meet at White Stadium Natick made a very creditable showing by finishing fifth in the Class B competition. The strong running of Captain Godden, Richard Cot£, and Bob Cunningham supported by Tom Whipp, Fred Hale, Richard Parris, Steve Du bosky, and Bob Pro ire contributed to a successful season. The Junior Varsity also had a fine season by winning the Bay State Meet at Walpole, placing Chris Szpakowski, Tom Fahey, Dave Hunter, Chip Chambers and Phil Irving among the first ten finishers. 90 - aATlGt - Prone row: J, Hughes, P. Hurd, C Cutaia, W. LaCouture, G. Omerso, P r SchneekJoth, F. Fitzgerald, M. Carr, W. Presum. Second row: Mr. Marcoux, A, Jensen, N, Lecontre, J. Francoise, T. VanTasscl, P . Bacon, S. Knight, T. Gilbert, S. Cotter, K. Pease, R, Hayes, J, Kiiey, F. Capizzo, K. Lowden, P. Irving, HOCKEY This year ' s varsity hockey team, captained by Gary Omerso and coached by Mr. Francis Marcoux, was a young squad with only four seniors in the lineup. Thus pre-season specu¬ lation predicted a gloomy season. After a slow start, the boys surprised everyone but themselves by keeping abreast with the leaders, Walpole and Needham, during the last half of the season. Then Natick defeated Walpole and tied Need¬ ham in two of die most exciting games of the season to cap¬ ture fourth place in the tough Bay State League with a record of seven wins, live losses, and two ties, finishing just three games from the league lead. Two of the seven wins were over our arch rival, Framingham, which is quite a tribute to Coach Marcoux and the entire team. Fourth position in the league, however, is not indicative of the true calibre of the team, since the Bay State League was generally regarded as the most powerful circuit in Mas¬ sachusetts. All of Natick ' s losses, except for one, were at the hands of the top teams in the league, and most could have gone either way. Gary Omerso at right wing w F as a fine leader. With the other seniors Cutaia, Hurd, and LaCouture, he led his team to a successful season. Both LaCouture and our fine forward, Frank Capizzo, were selected for the Bay State League All star team. 91 Mr fjjBL i lkfnft I Front row: T. Decley, R Wilson. R. Hale, R. Pryor, j, Cox, R. Pipe, R. Shea, A. Good kin. Back row: W, Petti ngilJ, R, Pcristere, P, Marsh, R. Sellars, R, Leach, S. Adelman, R. Blcakney, R, Lefter, D. Carr, R. Brandt, BASKETBALL The Natick High School basketball team of 1961-1962 finished a successful season with an 11-5 record and has qualified for a berth in the Eastern Massachusetts " Tech " Tourney, The team displayed a fighting spirit throughout the year which enabled them to defeat Framingham twice and top Wellesley in the final game of the season to qualify for post- season compe t i t i on, This was an all-senior team, with one exception, so there was no " Wan until next year " for these boys and they played every game to the fullest; never once being our of contention until the final buzzer. This fighting spirit enabled the players to ignite the spark that gave them the desire to win when the chips were down. In the statistics department, two boys scored over two hundred points, with Joe Pryor hitting for 238 and Steve A del man hitting for 222, Both Joe and Steve were the high rebounders for the team Dan Carr, a senior transfer student from Virginia, was quick to pick up the Natick spirit and was a great asset to the team. A great deal of credit should go to Coach Fran Cary and the co captains Ralph Pryor and Jim Cox who provided the coaching and leadership necessary to make the season a successful one. 93 iL i fl ] ■ l BUvl 1 ' ■ OFFICERS OF G.A.A. Front row: J. Aiken, B, Grass, S. Brycr, C. WiJberger. Back row: Miss Tillson, J. Dunbar, B, Witten, J- Gay. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 96 Front row: E. Rose, J. Gay, B, Grass, S. Bryer,C Wilberger Back row: Miss Tillson, J, Aiken, D. Flynn, J. Dunbar, D, Herman. VARSITY BASKETBALL Prom row; P, DeLong, D. Flynn, B. Grass, R, Savalonis, Back row: F. Winters, J. Dunbar, C, Wil- Wppr. P. Sallinger, J. Dunbar, Miss Vastle. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL From row ' : L Walker, J. Wells, K. Hcdin, K. Honon, N, Nettleion, Back row: M. Abrams M, Palli, H, Walter, J. Richardson, P. Klein, E, Bransheld. 97 98 SENIOR PLAY THE MATCHMAKER by THORNTON WILDER On Friday evening, November 17, 1961, the Class of 1962 presented Thornton Wilder ' s four-act farce, The Match- maker , directed by Mr. Harry L Garnett of the English De¬ partment. The following seniors appeared: Thomas Crowley as Horace Vandergdder Paul Caswell as Dolly Levi Vincent Sharkey as Cornelius Hack! Michele Hoi ova k as Irene Molioy assisted by Roger Woodbury as Barnaby Tucker John Linnehan as Malachi Stack Karen Bittle as Flora Van Huysen Charles Griffis as Ambrose Kemper Lois Whirtemore as Ermengarde Margaret Gibbons as Minnie Fay Richard Harris as Rudolph Robert Macomber as August Neal Tompkins as Joe Scanlon Marilyn Livingstone as Gertrude Donna Day as The Cook Harvey Cohen as The Cabman Horace Vandergdder, a merchant of Yonkers, has just put aside the last dollar of his first half-million. After many years of caution and hard wrk, he fed? that he has the right to a little risk and adventure, so he thinks of getting married. To find him a suitable bride, one that is young, attractive, docile, thrifty, and with an income of her own, he employs a match¬ maker, Dolly Levi, whose outstanding characteristic is her inability to refrain from meddling in the lives of others. Thus she involves Vandergelders well-trained, menial clerks and acquaintances with assorted young and lovely ladies and in¬ cludes tw r o waiters, three philosophers of sorts, and an eccen¬ tric recluse just to complicate her scheme of things. As Dolly says several times, " One thing leads to another. " At the end of the play everyone has his heart ' s desire, even Vandergdder, who, after four acts, is convinced chat the kind of w-ife he really wants as a bossy, scheming, inquisitive, spend thrift woman like Dolly Levi. Music %vas provided by Mr. Lo Presti and the Dance Band, A Barbershop quartet composed of Tom Moore, Mike Fronk, Steve Bent, and Dick Harris, while shaving Bob Disney, pro¬ vided humor between the acts. 99 n CHRISTMAS COTILLION 103 104 105 SADIE HAWKINS TWIST CONTEST 106 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: M. Holovak, D. Carapisi, R. Bleakney, L ConnelL JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: A. Collins, K. Jue ( R. True. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: R. Hayes. C. Langlois, B. Levine, A. McGee. Ill SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: L Walker, P. Hutchins, C McGee, B. Levine, R. $♦ Bridges, N. Mabardy, P. Stevenson, F, Conty, J. Wright. Hayes, C LanglotS, J. Sims, M Snow. Second row: N, Fuller, L. Nold, K, Campisi, Back row: P. Kaufman ,}. Saart, R. Hayes, D. O’Donnell. E, Maram, J, Connell. M. Adelman, E. Roberts, W. Pettingill, J. Fotttecchio, J. Morgan, R, Bdloforuaine. P. Driver, S, Finkiesrein, Mr. Mannix, Third row: C. Sibley, JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: D. Biagem, L. Hal berg, L. Robinson. K. Jue, R. G, Uhlin, M, Momalbano, S. Doggert, M. Fabiano, Back row: True, A. Collins, B, Wirten, K. Wallace. Second row: B- Grass, W. Presutti, P, Laura, B, Woo ley, 1C Pease, E Solomon, M. J. Pistone, J, Borgcr, M. Feldman, B. Martin, H, Sheridan, Carr, R, CrisafuHi, F + CapiKZo. 112 SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Fronr row: D Day, K, Ndsoo, M. Holovak, D. Campisi, R, row: R. Feleh, S. Trainor, J. WiJ ten berg, L Firth, K. Hedin, Bleakney, L. Connell, B, Sehavonc, S, Bush. Second row: Mr, F, Bartler, L. Theroux. Back row: T. Kobcl, S. Peoples, R. McNally, P. Morgan, J. Mackenzie L. Whittemore, J. Lucas, Femrere, R, Harris, J. Linnehan, T Crowley, V. Sharkey, j. Bemis, B. Carnaroii, J, Laming, Miss H. Connolly. Third STUDENT Seated: D. Biagerti, M. Holovak, L. Theroux, R, Pipe, J. Morgan, S. Trainor, R. Shea, Mr. Shea. Second row: B. Levine, C. Ancalek, P. Steele, T. Reubens, F. tapizzo, R, Hayes, J, Fitzgerald, A. Bellofomaine, L. Berman, M. Feldman, D. COUNCIL Pineo, A t Collins. Back row: 1C Juc, D. Bartlett, R. Soby, V. Sharkey, R. Bleakney, R. Lucas, C. Griffis, P. Hurd, j t Robirt’ son, KL Henderson, R, True. 113 SASSAMON LITERARY STAFF From row: T. Connolly, M. Holovak, R. Weston, L Berman, R. Brack, B, Witten, M. Ztegmonr, S. Hastings. Second row . Miss Painton, J. Reardon, J. Wilson, $ T Finkdstein, P, Arnold, S. Berkowirz, M, Rickies, S. Wagg, C. Fcnrlman, M. Living¬ stone. P. Bartlett, E, Evans, K. Bjttle, M. Walsh Third row: D. Rose, £ Roberts, 5. Dryer, L. Hayes, S. Rrosky, M. Gibbons, C Henmgar, D, Day, P, Curry, D. Biagetti, M, Webb, L. Whitiemore, C. Dunston. Back row: R. Bmne, T. Crowley, A, Greenquisc, R. Frantz, W + Lacouture, J, Marinos, D Berman. SASSAMON BUSINESS STAFF Front row: R, Ornoraco, M. Littleton, J. Richardson, R. Felch, Fabiano. Third row: G, Brook, A. Sheasgreen, C. Antalck. R. Sauro, N. Grey, K. Gould, Second row: Mr. Anderson, L. K, Wallace. H, Cohen. B T Schavone, S. Bush, P. Demusis, Rogers, J. Ghilani, C. Devercaux, J. Marinelli, J. Laming, G. Uhlin. J. Kadlik, D. Flynn, D. Wicham, L, Theroux, K. Jones, M. 114 SAFETY PATROL Front row: B. Witten, C Hennigar, C Dunston, R. Harris, R- Brandt, C Griffis, J. Bouchard, R Frantz, A. Orleans, L h Robinson. Second row: M. Woods, D. Biagetti, M. Cunniffi C AmaJek, L, Berman, B. Schavone, P. SalJinjger, L, Brooks, j. Bemis, j. McCannon, M, Webb, C, Brown, Mr. Filled is. Third row: M. Fabiano, J. Filmore, A. Collins, M. Walsh, L. Connell, P. Arnold, D, Angeleri, J. Wiltcnberg, J. Bennett, M Montelbano, N. Grey, D. Witham, J. Wilson, L. Theroux l Pi stone. Back row: K. Henderson, R. Soby, V, Harper, A, Greenquisc, G. DeMatcco S. Peoples, P. Lauro, T. Crowley, N. Tompkins, CAFETERIA MARSHA LL S Ftonr row: R. Whipp, H. Boyd t N, Leccacorvi, T, Decley, P. Morrill, W. Wilson, R. Barken Standing: A, Jensen, R. Blcakney, D, Crawfod, J, Doucette, P. Krebbs, A. Calzini, M. Shavor 115 NURSES’ AIDES From row: P. Me Keen, D Pineo, S. Ambler, M Holovak, N, George, C, Brown. Second row: C. Dunston, R, Sauro, J. Borger, M, Sullivan. M. Feldman. Back row: R. Weston, J. Cox, J. Pryor, J. Morgan, A, Morgan. LIBRARY AIDES 116 Front row: J. Mansell, J r Bemis, M r Mabardy, N, George, K, Eittle. C. Roberts. Back row: C Sibley, E, Morrill, E, Marram, H. Hshman, R„ Karlin, T, Reubens, L, Read, P. Norman, 5, Kaufman, N. Hayes, D. Baram. BUSINESS SERVICE CLUB Front row: E. Reardon, J. Healv, B. James, K, Keane, N. George, E, Fraser, C. Graves, L. Meadows, Second row: Miss Chellis, S. Chcsmore, A. Friend, C Dosiok, D, Hansen, P, Grillo M. Mabardy, R. Doggart, M. Hyotte, Back row; L. Shaw, S. Byrnes, C. Russo, J, Lucas, A. Chamberlain, L Austin, C O ' Leary, FUTURE NURSES Front row; B. Martin, F, Langhorst, C. Hall, J, Cote, J. Cullen, N. George, L. Halbefg, J. McCannon, Second row: $, Mitchell, N. McManus, C. Wadleigh, J. Wright, S, Heenhan, M. Rooney, Back row; j. Wiltenberg, A, Spinney, J. MacKcnzie, M. Hansbury, D. Day, R. Rosnov, K, Grossman. 117 A CAPPELLA Front row: D. Mitchell, P, Hambury, J, Mullen, D, Maram, P. Mullen, M. Bradford, M, Rooney. Second row: J. Bowles, M Ippu Jito, S. Bornstein, M. Barry, H. Cox, M. Brady, C Johnson. Third row: H. Jameson, B. Cook, A. Fadamelli, D, Stockleburg, S. Le- Macthia, K. Coleman, C Graves. NATICK HIGH SCHOOL BAND Front row: C Brown, M Ufford, V. Keighley, D, Webb, L. Walker, S Blum. Second row: R. Harris, A. Hughes, W. Hadden, R. Wood¬ bury. A, Carnagie, B. Miller, C. Robinson, G, Hadden, D. HaJletc, V. Sharkey, V. Harper, J. Mastro, Mr. J. LoPresri. Third row: L. Robinson, E. Seaholm, S. Shind, P. Stevenson, D. Casey, R. Morgan, K, Kimball, K, Eowden, B. Keczer, K. Coolidge, j. Whelan, P. Grup- poso, M. Curwitz, j. Harper, E, Wiltenberg. Fourth row: S. Bryan, P. Williams, S. Kef man. D, Hughes, K. Everett, A. Watts, M Hay¬ ward, F Miller, D. Berman. S. Header, N, Hayes, C Sibley. Fifth row: R. Fritzker, S. Gustavsen, D. Wright, C. Szpakowski, R. Coffey, C Baldwin, R. Witten, R. Saunders, P. Hammond, J. Ryder, M. Webb. DRAMATIC CLUB Front row: K, Bittle, P. Caswell, M, Zeigmonr, j. Linnehan, M, Holovak, S. Wagg. Second row: S. Paul, D. Baram, N, Hayes, S. Kaufman, C. Bradine. M, Salvin, P. Williams, S. Barker, N. Fuller, G, Synder. Third row: C Bornstein, M. Hardy, K. Coolidge, D. Day. T. Reubens, M. Gibbons, S. Brycr, J. Whitehill, E. Marran. Fourth row: S, Horchberg, R. Monaco, C. Gritbs, H. Cohen. R Cool idee P. Kaufman, C. Sibley. " N” Franc row: Mr. Leigh ton, R, Leach, H. Mussen, C Cutaia, G. Omerso, R. Pryor, J. Hughes, S. Adleman. Second row: F Cap- pizo, M. Torti, $ Ghalam, D, Hunter, P. Lowell, T. Deeley, A. Calzini, D. Bartlett. Third row: R« Cud more, F. Walker, B, CLUB Martin, B. Outer, P Hurd, J. Robinson, V, Sharkey, P. Peters, Fourrh row: J. Cox, R. BJeakney, N. Lcccacorvi, C Griffis, W. Lacoucitre, A. Peterson, A. Greenquist, R. Shea, R, Pipe. 120 " PEP " Fronr row; Miss Til Ison, B, Schavone, T. Reubens, B. McEvoy, C. Anralek, D. Pineo, C. Wallace, J. Lucan, C Wilberger. Second row: A. Morris, G. Thistle, R Levine. Third row: D. Campisi, N. Fuller, D. O ' Donnell, N. Sheer, M. Hayden, L. Firth, B. Smith, A. Collins. Fourth CLUB row: L, Swanson, S. Waters, L. Firth, J, Cannel, J, Bouch¬ ard, C Favour, E, Fishman, $ Gannon. Fifth row: J, Kadlik, A. Chamberlain, A. Clareck, C Russo, M. Maffei, S. Rogers, P. DeLong, L. Meadows, M, Sullivan, M. Snow, R. Ford YEARBOOK LITERARY COMMITTEE Front row: P. Arnold. M Hokwak, K, Hedin, M. Sullivan, L. han, H, Cohen, A, Jensen, P. Laubner, M. Gibbons K. Barone. Brooks, S. Dryer, Back row: S. Wagg, T. Bearor, D Day, j. JLinne- YEARBOOK ART COMMITTEE Front row: J. Smith, C Brown K, Spiller. Back row: C Dosick, K. Adclt, M. Stevens C. OXeary. 121 YEARBOOK SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE Front row: S. jeliison, P. Arnold, K. Hedin t C, Anialek, K. vak f R, Brack, J, Lucas, 5, Bryer, MaeKenzie. Gould, R. Feldi Buck row: $, Bouzan. J. Richardson, M Holo The senior Executive Board worked in conjunction with the Yearbook Subscription Committee, The board members are to be commended for their outstanding efforts in acquiring a substantial number of subscriptions. 122 YEARBOOK TYPING COMMITTEE Front row: R. Sauro, L. Austin, P, McKeen. Back row: Bdlefstro, B. Wright, L Shaw, M Mabardy. 123 MAJORETTES 5, Blum M. Ufford, V. Keighley, C. Brown. L. Fahey. GIRLS’ CHORUS Back row: K. Henderson, T. Moore, N. Uhlin, M Carr, R. Macnmbcr, S, Bent, R, DisnLT, M. Fronfe, R, Harris, C. Ubaidino, L, Brayron, R Brune, R. Fontaine, K. Jue. CLUBS, GROUPS AND ACTIVITIES RONALD BLEAKNEY, President . . . Baseball l T 2, 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, -1; Cross Country 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Class President 4; Cafeteria Marshal 4; President of Executive Board 4; " NT Club 4; Chairman of Cotillion 4; Usher at Framingham Football Game 4; Receptionist at Junior Prom 3; Exchange Stu¬ dent to Lunenburg High School 2; Representative to Massachu¬ setts Boys ' State 3; Science Fair 1. DONNA CAMP1S1, Vice-President , . . Field Hockey I, 2; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Sassamon Board 2 t 3; Senior Play 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Chairman of Sophomore Dance 2; Decorations for Football Dance I, 2, 3; Decorations for Get Acquainted Dance 3, 4; Decorations for Prom 3; Cheerleading 4; Class Vice-President 3 4- Executive Board l, 2, 3, 4; Commis¬ sioner on Safety Patrol 4, LORRAINE CONNELL, Secretary . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Girls’ Intramural Basketball 2; Pep Club l ; Class Secretary 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Board l, 2 t 3 4; Usherette at Senior Play 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Cotillion Decoration Committee 4. MICHELE HOLOVAK,. Treasurer . . Girls’ Athletics 1; Sassa- mon Board 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Editor 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Girls 1 State Alternate 3; Sophomore Dance Deco¬ ration Committee 2; Student Council Committees 2, 3, 4; Publi¬ city for Musical 3; Spanish Award 3; Class Treasurer 4; Executive Board 2, 4; Chairman for Prom Decorations 3; Nurses’ Aide 4 ; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4 Science Fair 1, 2; Class President and Vice-President 2, STEPHEN ADEEM AN .. , Basketball 1,2. 3 4; Track 2; Tennis 4; Ticket Committee for Senior Play 4; " N " Club 2, 3; Science Fair 2, 3- WALLACE ALVERENGA . . . Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2. DANA ANDERSON . . . Track 1; Radiology Club 2. CAROL ANTALEK ... Girls’ Basketball 3; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Pep Club 2 t 3, 4; Decoration for Prom 3; Decoration for Get Ac¬ quainted Dance 1; Decoration Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4: Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Decoration Committee for Football Dance 4; Driver Training 4; Business Award 2 T 3; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4; Business Service Club 3; Subscription Committee for Yearbook 4. FRANCIS A NT ALEK . . „ Senior Play Scenery Committee 3, 4; Stage Craft Club 3. 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3. PAMELA ARNOLD r . , Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Sassa¬ mon Literary Board 3, 4; Senior Play Tickets 4; Sadie Hawkins Tickets 3; Junior From Committee 3; Yearbook Subscription 4; Driver Training 3; Library Aide 1, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4. ARTHUR ATKINSON , „, Track t 2 3, 4; Gym Club; Science Fair. LORRAINE AUSTIN . . . Girls Athletics t 2; Pep Club 2 T 3; Business Service Club 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4 CLYDE BACON . . Football 1, 2. RONALD BAILEY ... Science Fair 2, ROBERT BALDUCQ . Baseball I; Football l. KENNETH BARONE . . . Baseball l; Football 1,2, 3. 4; Tennis 3, 4; Gym Club; Science Fair; Yearbook Literary Committee 4 MARCIA BARRY . , . Glee Club 3, 4; Homemaking Club 4; Refreshments Committee for Cotillion 4. PRISCILLA BARTLETT . . . Executive Board 2, 3 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Guid¬ ance Librarian 4; Science Fair I, 2; Yearbook Photography Com¬ mittee 3; Usherette at Musical 3; Purchasing Committee for Senior Play 4, THEODORE BEAROR . . . Ticket Com mi tee for Senior Play 4; Gym Club; Science Fair 1.2, 3, 4. BEATRICE BELLOFATTO - . Junior Prom Decoration Com¬ mittee 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4. JUDITH BEMIS . . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Honor Society 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Executive Board 2 t 4; Pep Club 3; Homcmakmg Club 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Senior Prom 2; Science Fair I, 2 STEPHEN BENT . , . Football I, 2 T 3; Tennis l; Glee Club I; Barbershop Quartet 4; A ' Capella Chorus 4; Musical 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Science Fair Committee 2. JABES BENTON . . , Bank 4; Honor Society 4; Orchestra J; Science Fair i, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2. ELEANOR BERGER . . . Brighton High Basketball l; Brighton High Girls ' Athletics 2; Brighton High Student Council 2; Brighton High Class Representative for School Paper I; Library Aide in Brighton High 1; Brighton High Office Helper L JOHN BERGONZON1 , .. Gym Club 3, 4. LYNNE BERMAN . , Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 3 4; Sassamon Literary 2 t 3 4; Student Council 4; Science Fair Com¬ mittee 2; Library Aide I, 2, 3 4; Science Fair l t 2 t 3; Dramatic Club I; French Club 4; Future Teachers’ Club 4. RICHARD BIGELOW . . . Football 2; Safety Patrol 4, KAREN BITTLE „ - . Glee Club l; Senior Play 4; A ' Cappella 4; Sassamon Literary 3, 4; Musical 2, 3, 4; Dramaric Club 2, 3, 4, CHERYL B0RN5TEJM . . . Glee Club 1. 4; Pep Club 3; Prom Ticket and Decora ting Committee 3; WGBH Fund Raising Com¬ mittee 4; Sophomore Hop Decorating Committee 2; Guidance Librarian 3 + JANICE BOUCHARD , . . Safety Patrol 2, 3 4; Secretary of Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club I; Decorations for Prom 3; Usherette for Senior Play 4; Science Fair 2; Honorable Mention at Science Fair 2 t SANDRA BOUZAN . . . Basketball 1; Glee Club 1,2; Junior Executive Board 3; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Deco¬ rations for Prom 3; Decorations for Sophomore Dance 2; junior Prom Usherette 3; Business Service Club 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4 JANE BOWLES . . Glee Club 2, 4; Sophomore Decoration Commirtee 2; Geology Club Secretary 2; Library Aide 3; Science Fair 1, 2 T 4. HERBERT BOYD . . , Football 2, 3, 4, 1; Hockey 1; Cafeteria Marshal CAROLYN BROWN . , , Glee Club 3, 4. KATHERINE BRUNEAU ADELT . . . Sophomore Dance Deco¬ rations 2; An Club 4; junior Prom Decorations 3; junior Prom Publicity 3; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Cotillion Decorations 4; Cotillion Publicity 4; Senior Play Program Covers 2, 3; Senior Play Scenery 4; Senior Play Publicity 4, SANDRA BEYER .. , Girls ' Athletics 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 1.2; Sassamon Literary Board 4; Musical 2; Dramatic Cub 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 3; Gym Club 1,2; Senior Play Reading Committee 4; Prom Music Committee 2, 3; Science Fair 2, 3; Cotillion Publicity Committee 4; G,AA. l, 2,3« 4. SUSAN BUSH . , . Glee Club 1, 2; Executive Board 4; A ' Cap- pelia 3 t 4; Business Sassamon 4; Ticket Committee for Junior Prom 3; Make-up Committee for Senior Play 4; Science Fair t, 2 . SUSAN BYRNES . . Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Secretary for Mr, Wendell F. Bennett 4; Business Service Club 4; Gym Club 3; Typing Committee for Yearbook 4. JOHN CAISSIE . . . Track 2. 4. HAROLD BRACK . . . Football 1; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2♦ 3, 4; Sassamon Literary Editor 4; Executive Board 3; Publicity for Sadie Hawkins Dance 3; Prom Decorations Com¬ mittee 3; Yearbook Photographer Committee 3; Decoration Com¬ mittee for Sophomore Dance 2; Publicity Committee Cotillion 4; National Foundation Delegate 4; Science Fair Hospitality ' Com¬ mittee 3; Meteorology Club 2; Ticket Committee for Get Ac¬ quainted Dance 4; Ticket Committee for Senior Play 4; Honor¬ able Mention National Merit Scholarship Tests 4; Usher for Class Day 3; Usher for Graduation 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Refreshment Committee 3. ALBERT CALZ1NI . . . Football 1,2J, 4; Hockey 1, 2. 3, 4; Tennis 1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Science Fair 2; ' N " Club; Gym Club 1, 2, 3- BRENDA CARNAROLI , . . Girls’ Athletics 1; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Decoration Commirtee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Deco¬ ration Committee Sadie Hawkins Dance 3; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Sassamon Business Staff 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Senior Play Make up Committee 4; Decoration Sophomore Dance 2 ; Election Counter 2; Election Checker 3, RICHARD BRANDT. , , Basketball Manager 1,2. 3 4; Football 1,2,3. 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3,4; Honor Society 4; Usher at Gradu¬ ation 3; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Prop Committee for Senior Play 4. ALAN BRAYTON . , , Lighting for Senior Play 4; Stage Craft 3,4; Future Teachers 2, LYNNE BROOKS . . Safety? Patrol 4; Glee Club 1; Sophomore Dance Refreshment Committee 2; Junior Prom Ticket Committee 3; Clinic Aide 2 t 3; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Science Fair I. 2. 3; Christmas Cotillion Decorating Committee 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Treasurer 3. SANDRA BROUWER , , Prom Decoration Committee 3. CAROL BROWN . . . Girls ' Athletics 2; Band Majorette 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Science Fair 1; Library ' Aide ]; Sophomore Dance Decorations 2; Sassamon Art Staff 3; Science Fair Publi¬ city 2; Spring Play Commitree 2; Student Council Dance Publicity 2; Junior Decorations and Publicity 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Decorations 3; Nurses Aide 4; Senior Play Usherette and Publi¬ city 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Christmas Cotillion Publicity DREW CARNEGIE . . Dance Band L 2, 3, 4; Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Properties Committee 4; Science Fair 2, 4. DANIEL CARR H , Basketball 4, JOHN CASSIDY . . Golf 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Science Fair 1 , 2 . PAULA CASWELL . , , Band 4; Glee Club I, 2; Orchestra 4; Senior Play 4; A ' Cappeha 3. 4; Thespian Society 4; Dance Band 4; Musical 3. 4, ANN CHAMBERLAIN . . . Senior Play 4; Sophomore Dance Publicity Committee 2; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Nurses ' Aide; Pep Club 3. 4; Business Service Club; Christmas Cotillion Decorations Committee; Art Club, GAIL CHAMBERS , . „ Glee Club I; Gym Club 2 ? 3. 4; Costume Committee for Senior Play 4; Publicity Committee for Cotillion 4; Driver Training 3, SANDRA CHESMORE . . , Glee Club I, 2; Musical 4; Driver Training 3; ACappclIa 4: Refreshment Committee for Prom 2; Decoration Committee for Prom 3; Business Service Club 4. ALBERT CHILSON .. . Baseball 1; Hockey I ; Driver Training 3, HARVEY COHEN . . Tennis 2 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Refreshment Committee for Cotillion 4; Spring Music Festival 1; Musical 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3 t 4 TIMOTHY CONNOLLY . . Baseball 1 2; Golf 3 4; Track 3,4; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Science Semi nor 4; Science Quiz Team 4; Science Fair 2 3 4; Summer Science Insti¬ tute 3; Slide Rule Club 2; U h of Massachusetts Math Contest 3; Current Events Club; Mathematics Associations of America Con¬ test 3. ROBERT COOPER , . . Football 1; Track 3 4; Band 1; Scenery Committee for Senior Play 4. SUSAN CORCORAN - , Decoration Committee for Harvest Dance 2; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Decoration Committee for Sadie Hawkins Dance 1; Channel 2 Fund Raising Committee 4 CHARLOTTE COX . . Glee Club t. JAMES COX . . Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2 3 4; Football 1 2, 3,4; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Decoration Com¬ mittee for Sophomore Dance 2; " N " Club 3, 4. DOUGLAS CRAWFORD . . Baseball 1; Senior Play Scenery 4; Cafeteria Marshal; Science Fair 1, 4. THOMAS CROWLEY . . . Band 1 2; Safety Patrol 4; Sassamon Board 4; Student Council 4; Executive Board 3, 4; junior Prom Decorations Committee 3l Musical 2; Cotillion Decorations 4; Science Fair 1 r 2 3, 4 Sophomore Dance Decorations 2. JUDITH CULLEN . . . Girls ' Athletics 4; Glee Club 1; Senior Play 4; Pep Club l; Future Nurses ' Club 2 3, 4; Secretary of Future Nurses 3; President of Future Nurses 4; Decorations for Junior Prom 3; A’Cappella 4; Usher for Senior Play 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4 JAMES CUNNINGHAM , Track 1, 2, 3; Gym Club; Science Fair L CLIFFORD CUTA1A ... Football l t 2 t 3, 4; Football Captain 4; Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Assistant Captain 4; Student Council I; M N Pl Club 3 4; " N ,T Club Vice-President 4; Decoration Commit¬ tee for Junior Prom 3. JANE DAVIS . . Girls ' Basketball 1 2; Decorations for Junior Prom 3; Future Nurses ' Club; Clinic Aide. DONNA DAY .. . Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 3 4; Senior Play 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Library Aide 1; Intramural Basket¬ ball 1, 2 3; Publicity Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Decoration Committee for junior Prom 3; Science Fair Poster Committee 2; Science Fair Honorable Mention 2; Usherette for Junior Prom 3; Sassamon Literary Staff 3, 4; Sassamon Business Staff 2; Campaign Manager 1 2; Dramatic Club I, 3, 4; Vice- President of Dramatic Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Make-up Com¬ mittee for Musical 2; Future Teachers ' Club 4; National Thespian Society 4; Sassamon Yearbook literary Committee 4. KATHLEEN DEBETTENCORT ... Basketball 4; Girls ' Athletics 3 t 4; Glee Club l 2 4. THOMAS DEELEY . . , Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2 3 4; Hockey 1; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Cafeteria Marshal 3 4; " N ' Club 4. PATRICIA DeLONG . . Girls ' Basketball 2 3, 4; G.A.A 3, 4; Gym Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; G.A.A. Executive Board 4 PATRICIA DeMUSIS - . . Sassamon Board 4; Pep Club 4; Usher at Graduation 3; Refreshment Committee for Prom 2. CAROLYN DEVEREAUX . . , Sadie Hawkins Decoration Com¬ mittee 3; Senior Play Make-up Committee 4; Christmas Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; Business Sassamon Board 3 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4 DIANNA DICKSON . . Pep Club 3; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. ROBERT DISNEY . Football 1, 2; Glee Club 1; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Stage Craft Crew 4; Barbershop Quartet 4; Musicals Best Foot Forward 3; Hi-Fi Follies. RUTH DOGGART . . Business Service Club 4; Chelmsford High ' s School Newspaper 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Driver Training 4 CLAIRE DOSICK . . , Decorations for Sophomore Dance 2; Arts and Crafts Club 2; Make-up Committee for Musical 3; Decora¬ tions (Co-Chairman) for Prom 3; Publicity Committee for Cotil¬ lion; Business Service Club 4; Yearbook Art Staff MADONNA DOUCETTE . . . Decorating Committee for Prom 3; Homemaking Club 4 CHERYL DUNSTON , Band 2; Safety Patrol 3 4; Glee Club 1; Sassamon Board 4; Student Council 3; Class Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Usherette for Junior Prom 3; Science Fair 3; Executive Board 2; Make-up Committee for Musi¬ cal; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom J; Science Fair Com¬ mittee 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; French Club Treasurer 4; Pep Club I , PETER DUPUIS , , . Football Manager 2 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3. ELAINE EVANS .. Glee Club 1; Sassamon Board 4; ACappella 4; Library Aide 2, 3 4; Science Fair I 2, 3; French Club 4; Honor Society 3, 4. JOHN FALLON .. . Senior Play Scenery 3 DAVID FANCY . . Golf 2, 3 4; Class Election 2, 3 DAVID FARRAH . , Glee Club L REGINA FELCH . . . Sassamon Board 3, 4; Yearbook Subscrip¬ tion Committee 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Usher for Senior Play 4. LOUISE FIRTH . . . Glee Club 1; Senior Play Publicity Commit¬ tee 4; Pep Club 3,4; Executive Board 4; Science Fair 1; Decora¬ tion Committee for Cotillion; Usher for Graduation 196 L DAVID FISHER . . , Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Weather Club 3. ELIZABETH FISHER . . , Decoration Committee for Prom 3; Future Teachers ' Club 4; Guidance Library 4; Usher for Senior Play 4; Science Fair 2, 3 4, LAWRENCE FORD . . . Senior Play Committee 3. ALAN FOSS . - . Track 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorations Com¬ mittee 3, CYNTHIA FOSTER . , . Basketball 1; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Decorations for Senior Play 3. ROLF FRANTZ , . . Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Geology Club 2; Science Club 3; Science Quiz Team 4; Science Seminar Program 4; Science Fair 1,2, 3, 4; Semifinali$t in Merit Scholarship Competition 4; U. of Massachu¬ setts Mark Club Contest Citation 3; Math Team Competition at Newton 3; National Science Foundation Program at Brown Uni¬ versity 3; Mathematics Association of America Test Award 3; Spanish II Award 3- ELIZABETH FRASER , . . Art Club 2 T 3; Back Stage Committee for Musical 2; Business Service Club 4. ANN FRIEND ... A ' Cappdia 4; Musical 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4; Business Service Club 4; Driver Training 3. MICHAEL FRONK . . , Safety Patrol 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Prom Decoration Committee 3; A ' Cappella 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Ticker Committee 4, JANET GAY ,., Basketball 3; Girls ' Athletics 3, 4; Field Hockey 3,4. JOSEPH GELT , . Track 3; Usher at Thanksgiving Game 4, NORMA GEORGE . . . Girls ' Athletics 1; Honor Society 4; G.A.A. l f 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Executive Board 1; Library Aide 1 ( 2, 3, 4; Nurses ' Aide 4; Future Nurses ' Club 3, 4 F.N. Club Treasurer 4; Science Fair 2, 3. 4; Business Service Club 3, 4; Business Award Assembly 2 Refreshment Committee for Junior Prom 3; Play Reading Committee for Senior Play 3; Decoration Committee for G.A.A, Haunt ' s Hop 3: Waitress for G.A.A. Ban¬ quet I» 2. IRA GESHEIJN . . , Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3 MARGARET GIBBONS , . . Basketball 4; Tennis 4; Glee Club I; Sossamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Science Fair l, 2; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3: Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; Junior Executive Board 3; Library Aide 3; Guidance librarian 4; A’Cappdia 3,4; Musical 3, 4; Home Room Register for Vot¬ ing 1,2,3 Dramatic Club 3, 4; Science Fair Committee 1. CLIFFORD GIBSON . . , Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; " N " Club 4, PATRICIA GLYNN . . , Basketball 1, 2; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 2; Pep Club 3; Driver Training 4. HAROLD GODDE N , . . Track l t 2, 3 4; Glee Club 2 f 4; A ' Cappdia 3; " N " Club 3, 4. ALAN GOODK1N . . . Baseball L f 2, 3 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Executive Board 2, 3. KATHLEEN GOULD . . . Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Publicity Committee 4; Guidance 4; Decoration Commirtee for Junior Prom 3; Subscription Committee for Year¬ book 4; Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Class Checker and Assistant Register Voting 3. CAROL GRAVES ... Glee Cub 2, 4; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Business Service Club 4. ALFRED GREENQUIST . . . Football 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3 t 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 4; Science Club 3, 4; Science Quiz Team 4; Science Fait 1, 2, 3, 4; Properties Commirtee for Senior Play 4 " N " Club 4; U. of Massachusetts Math Club Contest 3, NANCY GREY . . , Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 4; Musical 4; Secretary, Honor So¬ ciety; Prom Decorations Committee 3; Cotillion Decoration Com¬ mittee; A ' Cappdia 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Gym Club 2, 3; Check for Class Elections 2; Counter for Class Elections 3; Executive Board 2, 3. CHARLES GRIFFIS . . . Baseball 1 ( 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Safety Patrol 2, 3 1 4; President of Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Science Club 3; " N” Club A Executive Board 2; Publtdt yCommittee for " Victory Dance " 4; Publidry Committee lor Get Acquainted Dance 4; Letter of Com¬ mendation in N.M.S.QT. 4; Science Fair 1,2, 3 4; Mathematics Association of America Test 2, 3,4. PATRICIA GRILLQ . . Glee Club 3; Business Service Club 4; Decorations Committee for Sophomore Dance 4. CARLYLE HADDEN . . . Tennis 1, 2, 4; Band and Dance Band 2, 3 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1. 3, 4; Ticket Commitree for Musical 3. FREDERICK HALE , . . Track 1,2, 3, 4. ROBERT HALE . . . Basketball J, 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4; " N " Club 3, 4; Science Fair 2. MARGARET HANSBURY . , . Nurses Aide. DOROTHY HANSON , . . Band 1,2; Business Service Club 4, EDWARD HARDY , . . Football 1, 2; Usher at Thanksgiving Game 4; Decoration Committee for Jr. Prom 3; Executive Board 2; Science Fair. HOWARD HARPER . . Track 2; Band 1, 2, 3 RICHARD HARRIS . Basketball 3, 4; Basketball storekeeper 4 : Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Commissioner of Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 4; Senior Play 4; " N " Club 4; Barbershop Quartet 4; A’Cappella 2 3, 4; Musical 3 4; Science Fair l 2 r honorable mention; Science Fair Committee 3; Decorations for Sophomore Dance 2. MARY ELLEN HAYDEN , . . Field Hockey 1,2; G.A.A, 1, 2; Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Arts and Crafts Club 1; Pep Club 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Senior Play 4. JEAN HEALY ... Glee Club 1; Senior Play Publicity Commit¬ tee 4; Business Service Club 3,4. KAREN HEDIN . .. Girls " Athletics 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Gym Club 2, 3, 4; Costumes for Senior Play 4; Yearbook Subscription 4; Executive Board 4; Junior Prom Decorations 3; Cotillion Decorations 4; Hi Fi Fob lies 2; Science Fair 2, KEVIN HEFFRON ., Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; M N " Club 2, 3, 4; Cafe¬ teria Marshall 3 KAREN HEMEON .. . Business Service Club 3. KENNETH HENDERSON , , . Track (Outdoor) 2, 3, 4; Track (Indoor) 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety 4; Sassamon Board 4; Student Council 4; Gym Club 2, 3, 4; Usher for Class Commencements for 1961 3; School Play (musi¬ cal) 3, 4; Science Fair 2. CAROL HENNIGAR , . . J.V + Basketball 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Sassamon Board 3,4; A ' Cappella 3, 4; School Trav¬ eler Reporter 4; French Club 4; Science Fair 1; Sassamon Home¬ room Distributor 3, 4 , LAWRENCE HINES . , . Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Hockey l, 2, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee 3. MICHAEL HUGHES , . . Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Publicity Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Intramural Bas- ketball L MARTHA HUMEZ . t Band 1,2; Glee Club 1; Art Club 4; Guidance Librarian 3, DAVID HUNTER . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Track 3, 4; ”N " Club 4; Gym Club 3. PETER HURD . , Track 1; Hockey 4; Student Council t; " N " Club 3. MARGARET HYOTTE . . . Pep Club 2; Business Service Club 4; Homemaking Club 4; Basketball 4, PETER JACKSON . . Football l, 2; Track 1,2; Hockey 1; Cotillion Ticket Committee 4. BETTY JAMES . . . Ex ecu rive Board 2; Ticket Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Business Service Club 4; Refreshment Com¬ mittee for Sophomore Dance 2; Typing Committee for Year¬ book 4. SARAH JELL ISON . . . Science Fair 2; Sophomore Dance Com¬ mittee 2; Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Cotil lion Ticket Committee 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. ALAN JENSEN . . . Hockey Manager 4 ; Junior Prom Decora¬ tion Committee; Senior Play Ticket Committee; Executive Board 3; Cafeteria Marshall 4; Science Fair 2,4 1 KENNETH JOHNSON , , . Baseball I t 2; Basketball 3; Certifi¬ cate of Merit in Priming and Technical Drawing 3. WALLACE JOHNSON . t . Radio Club 2. KATHLEEN KEANE ♦ . . Sassamon Board 3; Executive Board 3; Business Service Club 4. LEONARD KEENE ... Track 1,2; Safety Patrol 3- DENISE KELLEY . .. Glee Club 1, 2; Property Committee Sen¬ ior Play 4; Publicity Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Sci¬ ence Fair 2. PAUL KELLY . ,. Football L ROBERT KEN I N Y , . . Prom Decoration Committee 3; Science Fair 2. JOYCE KENT . . . Girls’ Athletics 1; Glee Club t; Honor So¬ ciety 1; Modern Dance Club 1; Class Drawing at Christmas 3, 4. MARSHA KEYES . . . Tennis 4; Nurses ' Club 4. THEODORE KOBLEL . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Execu¬ tive Board 4; Gym Club 4 ; Radio Club 2; Cross Country ' 2; Science Fair 2, PAUL KORENBERG . . , Christmas Art Contest 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1,2, 3, 4; French Club 3 PAUL KOSOWSKI . . . Gold 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Dance Band 1 2,3. PAUL KREBS « ♦ . Ballot Man at Class Elections, 3; Cafeteria Marshall, 4. KENNETH KUKSTIS . , . Football L WILLIAM UCOUTURE . . , Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 4; Hockey 1 P 2, 3 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Executive Board 3; H N M Club 4; Science Fair 1,3, 4. JtJDl LAMING . , , Golf 1; Tennis 1,4; Honor Society 4; Sas¬ samon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Christmas Cotillion Decorations 4; Executive Board 2, 4; Science Fair 3; National Thespian 2; Dra¬ matics Club I, 2; Office Assistant I; Spanish Club 2; Science Quu Team 4; American Math Association Test 3; Campaign Manager 2. GALE LAMPREY . Executive Board 2 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3 PRISCILLA LANGHORST . . . Girls ' Athletics 1; Band l, 2; Future Nurses ' Gub I, 2, 3, 4; Guidance Library 3, 4; Science Fair 1,2,3, 4; Girls ' Athletic Association 1 2,4. THOMAS LASCAR1 . . . Football 3; Track 2, 4; Gym Club 1,4; Weightlifting Club 3; Scienc Fair 1,2, 3- JOAN LAUBNER . .. Basketball 1, 2, 4; Tennis 4; Glee Club 1; Honor Society 4- Literary ' Staff of Sassamon 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Sassamon Art Staff 4; Christmas Drawing I, 2 3; Science Fair I, 2, 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Sci¬ ence Fair Publicity Committee 2; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Sassamon Homeroom Distributor I, 2, 3 4; Campaign Mana¬ ger 2, 3; Driver Training 3; Sadie Hawkins Decoration and Pub¬ licity Committees 3, RICHARD LEACH . . . Basketball 2 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 3. 4: " N " Club 4 NINO LECCACORVI . . Football L t 2 3, 4; Track 3 4; M N " Club 4; LA.A. 3 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4 DANIEL LEONE . .. Track 4. JOHN LINNEHAN . . . Baseball I; Football 1; Track 3; Senior Play 4; Executive Board 4; Christmas Cotillion Committee 4; Junior Prom Decorations 3 Science I, 2, 4; Science Fair Com¬ mittee 3; Science Team 4; Sophomore Dance Decorarions 2; Dramatic Club President 3. 4. MARY LITTLETON . . . S assamon Board 3 t 4; Yearbook Typ¬ ing Committee 4; Business Service Club 4, MARILYN LIVINGSTONE . . . Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Register in Class Elections t; Library Aide 1, 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Science Fair 1. 2; Science Fair Committee 2; Dramatic Club 3. JUDITH LUCAS , . ■ Intramural Basketball 3; Glee Club 1; Sas¬ samon Board 2; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Subscription Commit¬ tee 4; Science Fair I; Driver Training 4; Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Homeroom Solicitor for Sassamon 4; Channel 2 Focus Committee 4 Thanksgiving Half-Time Exercises 3, 4; Ceramics Club 1; Public Speaking 3; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3: Senior Executive Board 4. MARY ANN MABARDY , . . Sassamon Typing Committee 4; Business Service Club 4; Library Aide 4. PATRICIA MARLATT . . Basketball 2 3; Girls ' Athletics 1, 2, 3. 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Athletic Association I, 2, 3; Vice-President of Girls ' Athletic Associa¬ tion 3. BENJAMIN MARTIN . . . Basketball 1; Golf 3, 4; Track 2 3; Safety ' Patrol 2, 3; 11 N " Club 4. VALERIE MASON , . . Girls ' Athletics 3; Publicity Commitree for Senior Play 4. LEONARD MacGREGOR . . Basketball 1, 2; Football I, 2; Usher at Framingham Game. JANE MacKENZlE . « . Student Council 1,2; Executive Board 1, 2 t 3, 4; A ' Cappdla Choir 3, 4; Band 1; Glee Club l 2; G.A.A. I, 2 t 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Gub 3, 4; Science Fair l, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscriptions 4; Softtbail 3, 4 ROBERT MACOMBER . . .Track 1; Tennis 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3 5 Safety ' Patrol 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play 4; Gym Club. DENNIS MAHONEY - , . Track L JAMES MANNOS .. .Tennis 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Sassa¬ mon Board 3.4; Senior Play Publicity; Football Usher 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 4; Science Seminar Cotillion Committee; Science Club; Math Society Test 3, 4. DALE MATHES .. . Track 3. WILLIAM MAXWELL . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Science Fair 2, 3,4. LINDA McAULEY . . . Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3 4. PAT RIGA McKEEN . . . Intramural Basketball 1; Business Staff of Sassamon 2; Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Vice-President Future Teachers ' Club 2, 3; Science Fair 2; Decoration Committee for junior Prom; Nurses ' Aide 4; Yearbook Typing Committee; Ticket Committee for " Best Foot Forward " ; Junior Executive Board; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Usher for Senior Play 4. MARGARET McLAUGHLIN ... Glee Club 1; Gym Club 4. STELLA McMAHON . . . Pep Club 2,3. LINN MEADOWS . . Business Service Club 3. 4; Pep Club 4; Decoration Committee for Prom 3; Fund Raising Committee for Channel 2 4; Ticker Committee for Cotillion 4; Yearbook Typ¬ ing 4; Typing for Mr. Drown 3 4. CHERYL MEDEIROS . . . Glee Club 2 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Business Service Club 4 t BRUCE MILLER . . . Tennis 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1,2. FRED MITCHELL , Track 2. 4; Meteorlogical Club 2, THOMAS MOORE . . . Track 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Senior Play 4; Prom Decorations 3; Executive Board 3; A Cappella 2, 3 4; Barbershop Quartet 4; Festival of Music 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1,2, X 4 ALFRED MORGAN . . . Football 1, 2 P 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; " N " Club 4; C.Y.O. 1 T 2; President of Neetega Club 2 3; Councillor at Handicap Camp 1 P 2. JOHN MORGAN . ,, Baseball 1,2; Basketball 2; Football t, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Student Council 2, 3,4; Chairman of Prom Com- raittee 3; Gym Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; ,r N " Club 4; President of Student Council 4; Athletic Association at N.H.S. 4; Nurses ' Aide 3, 4; Boys ' State Representative 3; Ticket Commit¬ tee of Football Dance 4; Ticket Committee for Cotillion 4. PRISCILLA MORGAN . . . Glee Club 1; Executive Board 2. 3, 4; Decoration for Prom 3; Usher at Senior Play 4; Decoration For Cotillion 4; A ' Cappdla 3,4; Science Fair 2, 3; Future Teachers Club Secretary 4; Musical 3. 4 WAYNE MORGAN Track 3, 4; Hockey 1; Decorations for Junior Prom 3, ANNETTE ORLEANS . , . Safety Patrol 2 r 3, 4; Glee Club l; Honor Society 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Class Day and Graduation Usherette 3 SANDRA PAGANO , . . Girls Athletics 3, 4; Junior Prom Dec¬ oration Commirtee 3; Gym Club 2, 3, 4; Homemaking Club 4, RICHARD PELLERIN -. , Channel 2 Committee 4. STUART PEOPLES . ,. Executive Board 4; Science Fair 3; Scen¬ ery Committee for Senior Play 4, EDWARD MORI ARTY . . . Football 3; Usher at Senior Play 4; Decorations for Cotillion 4. PAUL MORRILL . . . Baseball 1,2; Track 3, 4; Cafeteria Mar¬ shall 4; Weight Lifting Club 3; Usher for Thanksgiving Game 4, RICRARD PER1STERE . . . Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Executive Board 3, 4; Usher for Framingham Game 4; Prom Decorations 3, ALLAN PETERSON . Football I, 2, 3, 4; " N” Club 4; Cafe¬ teria Marshall 4. CHARLES MORRIS .. . Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1, JANE MUNRO « . . Basketball t, 2, 3; G.A.A, 1, 2, 3 ( 4. ERIC MUSSEN . . Football 1 2, 3, 4; Track 2„ 3, 4; Honor Society 4; " N " Club 3, 4; Executive Board 3i 4; Science Fair U2, 3.4. KAREN NELSON . . . Honor Society 4; Studenr Council 2; Christmas Cotillion 4; Tickers for Senior Play; Science Fair 3; Executive Board 4. RALPH NETTLETON , , . Baseball L, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY N1MS , . . Gairls ' Athletics I t 2, 3 T 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 1, 2, 3 4. MARY O ' CALLAGHAN . , . Girls ' Athletics 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Club 2. DONNA P1NEO . . . Usher for Prom 3; Usher for Graduation 3; Usher for Class Day 3; Cheerleader 3; Head Cheerleader 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Decoration Committee for Get Acquainted Dance 4; Pep Club 4; Refreshment Committee for Football Dance 4; Nurses ' Aide 3, 4. ROBERT PIPE . . , Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Golf 3, 4; Track 1,2; Student Council 1, 2 t 3, 4; Prom Decorations 3; Executive Board 2, 3; " N” Club 4. LESLIE PORTER 2, 3,4. Cafeteria Marshall 3; Stage Craft Club ARTHUR POWERS . . . Baseball I; Football I, 2, 3. 4. RALPH PRYOR JR. r ■ Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- Captain; Track (Outdoor) 2, 3 T 4, (Co-Captain); Student Coun¬ cil 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; " N " Club 2, 3. 4 . PETER REAGAN . . . Hockey 1, 3, JUSTIN A O ' CONNOR , . Glee Club 2; Pep Club 3; Senior Prom Decoration Committee. STEPHEN OETTINGER . . . Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 4; Executive Board 2; Represented Natick High at Physical Fit¬ ness Fair. JOHN O ' KEEFE . .. Baseball 4. CHERYL O ' LEARY . , . Sassamon Homeroom Distributor I; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Secretary to Mr. FII- ledes 2; Driver Training 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Year¬ book Art Committee 4; Business Service Club 4; Secretary to Mr. Goddard 4; Science Fair 2. GARY OMERSO , . Baseball t f 2, 3 4; Football 1; Track 5; Hockey 1 T 2, 3. 4; " N " Club President 4; ' ‘N " Club 2 t 3 4. ERNESTINE REARDON v . Girls ' Softball t, 2: Basketball l, 2; Girls’ Athletics l, 2; Girls ' Athletic Association 2; Business Service Club 4. JACQUELINE RICHARDSON . . Business Sassamon 4; Tic¬ ket Committee Cotillion 4; Refreshment Committee Junior Prom 3; Executive Board 2 3; Glee Club l; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Counter at Elections 1,2; Business Awards 3; Cir¬ culation Manager for Sassamon 4 Secretary to Mr. Anderson 4; Subscriptions Committee for Sassamon 4. KEVIN ROBERTS . -. Football l f 2 + LINDA ROGERS . . . Sassamon Board 4; Junior Prom Decora¬ tion Committee 3; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Class Elec¬ tions 3; Junior Executive Board 3. ROSE ONORATO . . . Sassamon Board 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4; Refreshment Committee for Junior Prom 3; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 2. SANDRA ROGERS . , . Girls ' Gym Club 2, 3; Senior Play Tic¬ ker Committee 4; Junior Prom Ticket Committee 3; Pep Club 4; Field Hockey 4. MARJORIE ROONEY , . . Glee Club l, 2, 4; Future Nurese Club 4. EDWIN A ROSE . , Girls Athletics 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 4. ROBERTA ROSNOV . . Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Decoration Committee for Sophomore Dance 2; Future Nurses Club ROBERT ROY . ,. Basketball 2, CAROL RUSSO . ,. Glee Club 3; Pep Club; Library Aide. LAWRENCE SALLINGER , . . Football 1, 2; Track 3; Band 1; Senior Play 4; (Properties Committee) Science Fair l f 2, 3, 4. JAMES SANBORN ♦ f Track 3i 4; Properties Committee for Senior Play 4. JUDITPI SANTEMARJA , ,. Glee Cub 1. RUTH SAURO ... Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; A ' CappclJa 3, 4; Musical 3, 4; Driver Ed. 3; Typ¬ ing Committee for Yearbook 4; Decoration Committee for Jun¬ ior Prom 3; Nurses ' Aide 4; Counter and Checker 2, 3; Girls ' Trio 4; Business Awards 2, 3; Advertising Manager of Sassa- mon 4. BONITA SC HA VON E . . . Safety Patrol 4; Sassamon Board 4; Make-up Committee for Senior Play 4; Decoration for Cotillion 4; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3; Pep Club 4; Execu¬ tive Board 4, VINCENT SHARKEY . . . Tennis 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hon¬ or Society 3, 4; (President of) Senior Play 4; Student Council 4; " N” Club 4; A Cappelia 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Musical 2, 3 t 4; Dixie Land Band 4; Entertainment and Publicity Commit¬ tees for various dances 3, 4; Science Team 4; Math Team 3; Sci¬ ence Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA SHAW . . Girls ' Athletics 1,2; Business Service Club 4; Prom Decorating 3; Yearbook Typing 4; Publicity for Cotil¬ lion 4. ROBERT SHEA . . . Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3 4; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Science Fair 2; " N Club 4; Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3; Publicity Committee Get Acquainted Dance 4; Publicity Committee Football Dance 4. WILLIAM SHEA . . . Track 2; Senior Play 4; Christmas Cotillion Committee 4. ANNE SHEASGREEN „ . . Basketball-intramural I, 2: Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 2, 4; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 3; Decorations Junior Prom 3; Decorations and Publicity ' Christmas Cotillion 4; Junior Executive Board 3; Guidance Librarian 4; Business Service Club 3; Cheerleader 4; Class Clerk 3; Business Awards Assembly 2. NANCY SHEER . . Student Council 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Class Treasurer, 2, 3; Secretary of Pep Club 3; Pep Club 3. 4; Senior Play Reading Committee 3; Usher Senior Play 4; Publicity and Decoration Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Subscription Committee for Yearbook 4; Literary for Yearbook 4. SUSAN SIMMONDS . . . Sophomore Dance Decoration and Tickets Committee 2; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Prom Refreshment Committee 3; Nurses ' Aide 3 4; Yearbook Typing Committee 4, JANE SMITH ... Art Club 1, 4; Science Fair 2; Library Aid 3; Arc Committee for Yearbook 4; Science Fair Committee 4. ROBERT SOBY . , , Baseball 1, 2, 3; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Science Fair 2, 3. KARYL SPILLER . . . Girls ' Athletics I; Glee Club 1; Decora¬ tion Committee for Prom 3; Christmas Cotillion Decorations 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4; Art Committee for Year¬ book 4; Publicity Committee for Science Fair L CHARLES SQUIRE . , . Prom Decorations 3- JUDY STACEY . .. Glee Club 1, 4; Pep Club 3; Driver Educa¬ tion 3- HOWARD STACKFOLE . . . Track 4; Orchestra I; Science Fair 2. MARTHA STEVENS . . . Girls Athletics 1; Dance Art Com¬ mittees; Yearbook Art Committee. MARY SULLIVAN . . + Sassamon Board 2; Decorations Sopho¬ more Dance 2; Future Teachers ' 3; Vice President of Future Teachers ' 4; Secretary of Pep Club 2; Pep Club 2 f 4; Science Fair 1. 2, 4; Publicity for Christmas Cotillion 4; President Trampo¬ line Club 3; Student Council Decorations 4; Nurses ' Aide 4; Prom Decorations 3, RALPH SULLIVAN , . . Science Fair 2. LINDA SWANSON , . . Intramural Basketball l; Glee Club 3; A ' Cappelia 4; Junior Prom Decoration and Refreshment Com¬ mittee 3; Decorations for Cotillion 4; Decorations for Sophomore Dance 2: Usherette for Senior Play 4; Pep Club 4; Future Teachers ' 2 RONALD SZRETTER . . . Track 1,2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; M N“ Gub 2. DOROTHY TETREAULT , . Safety Patrol 2. LYNN THEROUX . . . Basketball 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3. 4; Student Council 3, 4; Vice- President of Eastern Division of Massachusetts Student Councils 4; Cheerleader 3 4; Treasurer of Student Council 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Chairman of Decoration Committee for Get Ac¬ quainted Dance 4; Decoration Committee for Football Dance 3; Decoration Committee for Sadie Hawkins Dance 3; Welcome Dance 3; Ring Committee 3; Refreshment Committee for Foot¬ ball Dance 4; Cheerleading Competition 3, 4; Science Fair l; Ticket Committee for Sadie Haw ' kins Dan ce 3; Spanish Award 3; Clerk for Class Elections 2; Campaign Manager 3; Counter for Elections L 2. GLORIA THISTLE . . . Basketball 1; Pep Club 4. JAMES THORSEN . Baseball l; Football 1; Hockey U Sen- ior Play 4; Ticker Committee for Senior Play 4, JAMES TIB BETS . . , Track 2. NEAL TOMPKINS . Safety Patrol 4; Senior Play 4; Decora¬ tion Committee for Junior Prom 3; Science Club 2 T 3, 2 First Prizes at Science Fairs 2 f 3 MICHAEL TORTI t , . Football l T 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Decora lion Committee for Junior Prom 3; " N M Club 3, 4, SANDRA TRAINOR . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Sem ior Play 4; Student Council 5; Pep Club 2, 3 4; Sophomore Dance 2; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Gift Committee 4; Victory Dance 4; Science Fair l, 2 , 3 f 4. RONALD TURNER t . . Gym Club 3, 4, SUSAN WAGG . . . Basketball 4; Tennis 4; Glee Club 1; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 2; Pmm Decoration Committee 3; Publicity Committee for Christ¬ mas Cotillion 4; A ' Cappelia 3, 4; National Thespian Society 4; Science Fair 2; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; French Club 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, FRANK WAlBEL . . _ Football I; Golf 1; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4, FRED WALKER , . . Golf 2 f 3, 4; ’7ST Club 4. CORBETT WATLING . . Track L DAVID WEBB , . Band 1 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Dance Band 2, 3 4; Senior Play Band 3, 4, JULIANNE WEHRMANN . .. Future Nurses ' Club 4. JUDITH WELLS . . . Basketball l t 2 3, 4; Girls ' Athletics 3, 4; Nurses ' Club 4. IRVIN WERTHEIM , . . Safety Patrol 3; Thanksgiving Game Usher 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WESTON . . . Hockey 1; Orchestra 2, 3. 4; Weight- lifting Club; Weather Club; Radio Club; Clinic Aide. BARBARA WHIPP . . . Softball 2; Business Service Club 3; Driver Training 4, THOMAS WHIPP ... Track 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall 1 2, 3, 4. JULIE WH1TEHILL . . . Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Jun¬ ior Prom Decorations 3, Publicity for Senior Play 4; " Best Foot Forward " 3. LOIS WHITTEMORE , . . Intramural Basketball l, 2 t 3; Execu¬ tive Board 2, 3, 4; A ' Cappella Chorus 3, 4; Science Fair Com¬ mittee 2; Science Fair 2, 1; Prom Decorations 3; Usherette for Pmm 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3 4; Senior Play 4; Decorations for Cotillion 4; Sassamon Liter¬ ary Staff 4; French Club 4; Dramatic Club (Secretary) 3; Musical 3; Programs for Thanksgiving Game 2; National Thespian So¬ ciety 4. CHARLENE WILBERGER . . . Girls ' Athletics 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 2, 3 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 3,4; Pep Club 3, 4; Ceramics Club 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4. PETER WILSON . . . Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; ,T N” Club 4; Science Fair 1, 3. WILLIAM WILSON . . , Baseball 2; Cafeteria MarshalJ-GM. 3, 4 JOANNE WILTENBURG . . , Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Honor Society 3, 4; A ' Cappella 3, 4; Nurses ' Aide 2, 4; Sen¬ ior Executive Board 4; Future Nurses ' Club 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Prom Committee 3; Usher for Senior Play 4; Musical 3,4; Publicity Committee for Musical 3; Science Fair , 2, 4; Homeroom Registrar l t 2, 3; Honor Society Tea Com¬ mittee 4; Ribbon Committee for Science Fair 3. DOROTHY WITH AM . . , Basketball 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club !; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Ticket Com¬ mittee; Sadie Hawkins Refreshment Committee; Student Coun¬ cil Decoration Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Prom Decorations Committee 3; Prom Publicity Committee 3; Usher¬ ette at Senior Play 4; Senior Play Property Committee 4; Get Acquainted Dance Committee, Cotillion Decoration Committee; Nurses ' Aide 3, 4; Guidance Librarian 3, 4; Science Fair 1 2, 4; Science Fair Committee 2; Senior Play Reading Committee 3; Assistant Class Clerk; Ballot Counter for Class Elections 2, 3 ROGER WOODBURY . . . Tennis 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Music Committee Junior Prom 3; Various other committees 3, 4; Dance Band l T 2, 3, 4; Show Band for Musical 1, 2 t 3, 4; Dixie Land Band 4; Science Fair 2. DOUGLAS WOODS , . . Football 1, 2, MARICA WOODS . , Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Junior Prom Tickets Com¬ mittee 3; Science Fair l; French CJub 3 BRENDA WRIGHT . . Business Service 4; Prom Decoration 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Drivers Education 4; Girls ' Athletics 12. LEO WYMAN , . . Baseball Manager Junior Varsity 1; Baseball Manager Varsity 2; Channel 2 Fund Raising Committee 4; Usher at Senior Play 3- CHARLENE YORK . . . Field Hockey 2, 3; Softball 2. NANCY ZIMMERMAN . . , Driver Training 3: Typing for Mr. Giglio 4. WELCOME-CLASS DAY Parents, Teachers, and Friends: It is with great pleasure that we, the Class of 1962, welcome you to our Class Day Exercises. On tilts happy occasion as we look back over the last twelve years we are filled with happy memories, for they have been happy years. On Class Day perhaps more than on any other day we recall the happy moments of our school days, made more memorable by the realization chat today may be the last time we shall be together as a class. We invite you to share our happiness, and we extend to you our deepest appreciation for having made the twelve years profitable as well as happy. The training w r e have received here will be our foundation for the future. On this foundation we shall do our best to build lives that will make you proud of us. Ronald Bleakney President Class of 1962 WELCOME - GRADUATION Parents, Teachers, Friends: Tonight we, the Class of 1962, are taking part in our last school activity as students of Natick High School; tomorrow ' we shall begin the next stage of the journey toward our goals. Perhaps, as wc look with anticipation to the future, we might fittingly look back on the preparation for ir w r e have received within these walls. We have learned rhat education is not merely the mastery of subject matter, but the ability to apply what we have learned in meeting the challenges before us: the challenge of democracy at home; the challenge of its enemies abroad; the challenge of living on this earth; and the challenge of exploring beyond it. We face these challenges with confidence. With sincere gratitude to you who have made these fruitful years possible for us, w ' e welcome you to our graduation exercises. Ronald Bleakney 134 NEW FRONTIERS IN MEDICAL RESEARCH by ELAINE EVANS ' I thought my life was over ' These were the words of a man who slipped from a sixth-floor window ledge, crashed to the street below, and lived. The fall cracked his spine, paralyzing him from the waist down. Today, this man, with only the aid of braces and crutches for support, is able to get around by himself, even going up and down stairs. Though this may sound unbelievable, it was brought about by a nerve stimulator, a recent discovery in the field of bio electronics. Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz, a cardiovascular surgeon, attached wires from the nerve stimulator to the dead muscles in the mans legs. Upon turning the knobs on the machine, the paralyzed man stood up, then sat down, " 1 felt as though an invisible hand were pushing me, " he said later. Actually his movement was caused by the shock of an electronic cur¬ rent. The doctor then took measurements with the stimulator, and installed within the man a small electronic device which could control the movement of his legs. It is hoped that in the future this technique will be perfected so as co enable such victims to walk normally, Bioelectronics is a new science concerned mainly with the creation of tiny electronic brains used to operate crippled or diseased organs in the body. At present there are over a hundred persons in America who owe their lives to bio- electronics. Their hearts are kept beating by electronic boxes known as pacemakers. On the basis of present experimenta¬ tion, scientists say that there is also hope for the deaf and the blind through this field. In the next twenty-five years thousands of people will have electronics running their bodies. But bioelectronics is just one of the many new frontiers being explored in modern laboratories. Medical scientists are now on the brink of creating living matter, an act which will open the door not only to the cure of many diseases now considered hopeless, but also to the creation of human life in a test tube. The most important parts of a living cell are the nucleic adds and the amino adds; without them, no cell can grow and reproduce. It has been shown that some types of anemia occur because of misplaced amino acid units in the red blood cells, that some types of mental illness in chil¬ dren occur because the body ceils fail to use one of the acids, and the mongoloids have as many as a thousand extra genes. Thus if scientists can discover how to switch amino acids or alter the nucleic adds in living cells, they may be able to wipe out these diseases. Viruses are described by Linus Pauling, a Nobel Prize win¬ ner at the California Institute of Technology, as " the last, great, unconquered area of infectious disease, " A virus is made up of nucleic acid surrounded by a wall of protein, and can only multiply in living cells. Thus it attacks living cells, its nucleic acid killing the cell and causing disease. Once the chemical composition and the way in which the acid of a virus cell differs from that of a healthy cell are positively 135 determined, it will be possible to produce a drug which will destroy the virus without doing harm to the cell Cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases in the world today. It strikes mysteriously, spreads relentlessly, and is ac¬ companied by agonizing pain in the final stages. Although the cause of cancer is not actually known, there is a growing belief that it is caused by a virus. There is also hope that a certain virus will be discovered which will attack and destroy the nucleic acids of the cancerous cells. Here again, scientists hope to discover a drug which will act upon the diseased cells without harming the healthy ones. The future development of two machines for the study of cancerous cells will aid scientists greatly in their search for the cause and cure of cancer. The first is a computing machine which will take only one and a half seconds to examine ten thousand cells electronically. It will discover any change in the consistency of the cell or the density of the nucleus. The second will enable scientists to record automatically the changes in living human cells as they grow. The microscope- camera will observe the tiniest structural changes which occur. By this machine, the reaction of the cells to chemical agents known to cause and retard cancer growth will be ob¬ served. Another leading cause of death in the United States today taking even more lives than cancer is hypertension, or high blood pressure. This condition puts a critical strain on the heart and blood vessels. At the present time, drugs are being used in daily doses to keep high blood pressure down, but it is hoped that a permanent solution will be found in the future. Scientists are basing their present experimentation on the belief that hypertension is caused by minuce quantities of angioronin, a substance produced in the blood stream and then quickly destroyed. This substance has recently been syn¬ thesized, but in quantities large enough to work with When it is discovered what chemicals will destroy this substance f high-blood pressure will be conquered. Concerning the subject of mental illness, I would like to quote Dr, Ralph Gerard of the University of Michigan; " There can be no twisted thought without a twisted molecu¬ lar medicine or biochemistry. " Conditions such as lack of energy, mental disorders, and decreased vitality, which were once assumed to come inevitably with old age, arc now be¬ lieved to be caused by chemical reactions which convert one chemical substance to another. Although the only difference between the two substances is one atom of oxygen, the lack of the enzyme to make this conversion causes a mental de¬ ficiency which accounts for one out of every hundred patients in our mental institutions. The cure for this illness lies in the discovery and injection of the unknown enzyme into the body. Thus biochemistry is also very important in the future of medical research. In concluding, f would like to say that, no matter how simple the solutions to some of these problems may sound, man is still a long w-ay off from his goal in medical science. Each answer found presents a hundred new questions. The process of experimentation and discovery, finding cause and cure, is a slow and tedious one, but man will never give up searching for the answers in this endless quest, Elaine Evans 136 NEW FRONTIERS IN SPACE RESEARCH by ROLF A, FRANTZ, Jr. Though the phrase " the Space Age " has been used so of¬ ten in all forms of writings and speech that it has become trite and aggravating, it still is true. The final frontier in a geographic sense is space; the spread of civilization west¬ ward around the globe has used up all uncivilized areas— the next jump must be outward into space. Space is also the infinite frontier m a scientific sense; the fields of limited scope have been thoroughly covered—scientific is poised on the infinite frontier of space. Stress is being applied to man s efforts to leave the restrictions of this planet, not only in a scientific, but also in a political sense. The conquest of space has become a battleground for the conflicting American and Soviet ideologies. The history of space research is well known. The develop¬ ment of rockets by ancient Chinese, their development into military weapons, and Hitler’s use of the first real missile, the V-2, in the bombardment of Engla nd during World War 11 have been covered in innumerable Sunday supplement sec¬ tions of all the major newspapers. These same supplements have also introduced to the American public the great Rus¬ sian space flight theorist, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, and the leading American pioneer, Professor Robert Goddard of Worcester. Tsiolkovsky predicted modern technological achievements in 1903; Goddard launched a liquid-fuel rocket at Auburn, Massachusetts, on March 1 6 f 1926. And, of course, we should not neglect the German Society for Space Travel, which, until it was taken over by Hitler to develop rocker weapons, was the leading experimenter in rocket research. However, despite Professor Goddard’s lead, Americans did not take the forefront in space research. For the decade following World War II the American program was content to fire some captured V-2 ' s and a few American missiles in a study of the upper atmosphere, setting the now widely pub¬ licized altitude records. More important than our work, though, was the Soviet space program, which did not aim for alri tude records, but rather for investigation of space itself. The United States fell behind due to several years of inade¬ quate and misdirected research. The space program was rele¬ gated to a fourth-line standing with respect to other govern¬ ment programs. All this, however, I am sure you have heard before. My purpose in reiterating it now is to place it fresh in your minds to serve as a basis for an analysis of our stand¬ ing in space exploration today. Let us, then, turn to such an analysis, concerning ourselves with the answers to two vital questions; " Where do we stand in a scientific sense? " and " Where do we stand with respect to che Soviet space program? " The answers are entirely dif¬ ferent They could also be highly technical in content, but to 137 avoid confusion we shall avoid a technical discourse. Our first study is the question of our scientific standing. In spite of the disheartening comments of many supposedly in¬ formed news writers and commentators, we hold a position we can well be proud of, and could well he content with, were tr not for the Soviet challenge. Adaptations of our ex¬ isting research tools could enable us to perform the follow¬ ing missions: a) Orbit low-altitude satellites weighing up to five tons. b) Orbit high-altitude satellites of greater than one ton. c) Land intact 1000 pounds of instruments on the moon. d) Land intact slightly more than 1000 pounds of instru¬ ments on Mars or Venus. c) Send 1000 pounds of instruments to probe the atmos¬ phere of Jupiter. f) Place a man in orbit and recover him after several days of orbital flight. Of course, our program is nor perfect; tr also embodies several inadequacies. For example, our present guidance sys¬ tems and communications systems are just barely advanced enough for use on interplanetary flights. Tracking and re¬ entry procedures require improvement. Finally, there is the ultimate question of reliability; though present instruments have a high degree of reliability, we need to improve them further before it is worthwhile to launch interplanetary mis sions. Thus our existing equipment can, with a few improve ments, provide for an expansive program of space research. The future promise—the development of the DYNA-Soar orbital glider, and of atomic and ionic propulsion systems— is even more impressive. The cloud on this bright picture is the Soviet challenge, which readily dims the bright image that we have thus far envisaged. The attitudes of Americans toward Soviet space science arc at extremes: Some feel America is scientifically invincible; others, due to the Russian satellite successes, rate us as a third-class scientific power. The truth is between these extremes. The Soviets possess certain advantages, but the LJnixed States has certain leads, also. Russian spacecraft have far outweighed ours; their smallest satellite weighed several times what our first one did. Therefore, they possess a lead with regard to power—their rockets far outdo ours in thrust. However, the American satellites utilized far smaller, more reliable, and longer lasting electronics equipment, a factor which has proved invaluable to our program. Also, though the Russians have been first, the Americans have been more numerous. The United States has launched at least a dozen more satellites than the Soviet Union, and several more lunar and solar probes; we have more of our satellites still in orbit, and have had greater esuccess with our space probes. Despite the willingness of Soviet scientists to risk their astronauts ' lives unnecessarily, as contrasted with our cautious and ex¬ tremely safe program, and despite their early launchings and more spectacular shots, a large number of our most reputable scientists state that we have learned more from our launch¬ ings. Therefore, the general survey places us in an excellent position scienti fically, but in a very competitive position with respect to the Soviets. The prospects for the future? A con¬ tinuation of the competition as both nations increase their capabilities at fairly equal rates. To us as a graduating class the challenge is open. The fron¬ tier needs to be expanded; each of our abilities can enable us to play a role in this great adventure of man. Science and mat hematics students may be the researchers of tomorrow; business students may fill the vital administrative posts; stu¬ dents who have skills with tools may build tomorrow ' s space research vehicles; those in the military may be among the future astronauts. Each interest and skill we possess can en¬ able us to fill a role as a pioneer in the advancement of man ' s last and g tea rest frontier, that of the void which surrounds us and extends infinitely into all dimensions. Rolf A. Frantz, Jr, 138 CLASS HISTORY by MARILYN LIVINGSTONE and ALFRED GREENQUIST Four years ago the Class of 1962 cook its fuse pre¬ carious steps into Natick High School. Even then we made a profound impression on this school, revealing on optimistic future. This was a unique class—the last class to enter Natick High School as freshmen. To hold up tradition our class began with many prominent successes, fn athletics, the freshman foot¬ ball team defeated Framingham. In the science fair, James Mannos won the general science first prize for his project on earth satellites. Even in those days we had ideas on the privileges of students as a w hole. To bring across these ideas, we elected Donna Campisi, Robert Allison, James Hub¬ bard, Robert Pipe, and Ralph Pryor to the student council. In the sophomore year the Class of 1962 gradually increased its pace, as it began to develop as a dynamic unit. We had elected our class officers: Robert Pipe, president; Michele Holovak, vice-president; Chcry! Duns ton, secretary; Nancy Sheer, treasurer. We also elected our representatives to the student council as our influence increased. John Morgan, Ronald Bleak- ney, Jane MacKenzie, Charles Griffis, Michele Holo- vak, Cynthia Hall, and Donna Campisi were chosen. Nor were we lacking in the sciences. In the held of biology, Neal Tompkins received first prize in the sci¬ ence fair and entered the Massachusetts State Science Fair at M.I.T, and the Worcester State Science Fair, where he received an honorable mention. Being a well-rounded class, we also had social in¬ terests. On May 6, 1960, w r e held our sophomore dance on the theme Underwater Fantasy. " With Donna Campisi as our general chairman, it was an unquali¬ fied success. At rhe close of the year, Cheryl Dunston, Donna Pineo, and Lynn Theroux joined the Natick High 139 cheerleaders. They were members of the group that won first prize in the Bay State League Competition. As our sophomore year gradually closed, we were again placed in an historical position—wc were the last class ever to know 1 what an X period was. Through all these experiences, we were at last prepared for our role as upperclassmen. During the summer many students decided to get a head start on the junior year by taking advanced courses at the Harvard-Newton Summer School Our junior year starred very successfully under the astute leadership of our class officers—president, John Morgan; vice-president, Donna Campisi; secretary, Lorraine Connell; treasurer, Cynthia Hall We also elected Nancy Sheer, Lynn Theroux, Michele Holovak, Donna Campisi, Charles Griffis, and John Morgan to the student council. Lynn Theroux brought further honor to our class when she was elected vice-president of the Eastern Massachusetts Division of Student Councils. Between our full athletic schedule and our first taste of college boards and the P.S.A.T exams, w r e were a busy class throughout the year. We had good cause to be proud of two of our science students. Neal Tompkins won first prize in advanced biology for his project, Effect of Sound on Algae , and James Mannos won third prize in physics with his project, Digital Computers . James also went no to par¬ ticipate in the Science Seminar Program. Many of our students started showing their acting ability in the school musical that spring, Best Foot Forward, directed by Mr. Garnett. Paula Caswell, Ruth Sauro, and Robert Disney had leading parts. In April Mr. Hcnnigar announced that twelve mem¬ bers of our class had been elected to the National So¬ ciety, They were: Lynne Berman, Elaine Evans, Rolf Franz, Charles Griffis, Alfred Greenquist, Nancy Grey, Marilyn Livingstone, Lynn Theroux, Joanne Wilten- burg, Vincent Sharkey, Marcia Woods, and Lois Whit temore. Later, Donna Campisi was elected to go to Girls ' State, and Ronnie Bleakney was chosen to represent us at Boys ' State. A few months later, these two out¬ standing citizens were to win other awards—the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award for Donna, and the Jewish Good Citizens’ Award for Ronald. Our junior prom was a smashing success, in spite of the rainy weather, due to the efforts of our general chairman, John Morgan, and the many other juniors who worked on the dance. The theme, " A Southern Plantation, ' lent itself beautifully to a gala evening. Scholastically wc had many fine achievements. Mari¬ lyn Livingstone placed second in the regional judgings of the American Federation of Teachers of French exam in second-year French. This was the first time a student from Natick High Scool ever placed in tins exam. On Class Day Rolf Franz received the Harvard Prize Book and Marilyn Livingstone received the Wheaton Club of Wellesley Prize Book for outstand¬ ing scholastic achievement. Even during the following summer our class kept up a line academic record. Three of our classmates took advanced courses—Tim Connelly at Thayer Academy, Lynne Berman at Notre Dame, and Rolf Franz at Brown. Our senior year promised to be the best of all Our new class officers were: Ronald Bleakney, president; Donna Campisi, vice-president; Lorraine Connell, secretary; Michele Ho lava k, treasurer. We also elected Lynne Berman, Ronald Bleakney, Kenneth Henderson, Michele Holovak, Pter Hurd, John Morgan, Donna Ptnoe, Vin Sharkey, Bob Shea, Bob Soby, Lynn The¬ roux, Sandra Trainor, and Robert Pipe to the student council. Our football captain, Kip Cutaia, led rhe team on to a successful season. We fared well in other sports, too, under the leadership of Gary Qmerso , our hockey cap¬ tain; Eric Mussen, our indoor track captain; Ralph Pryor and James Cox, our baskerball captains; and Ronald Bleakney and Bill LaCoutre, our baseball cap¬ tains. As soon as school was under way, we had the tryouts for our senior play, The Matchmaker. The leads were played by Paula Caswell, Tom Crowley, Michele Holo- vak, Vincent Sharkey, Lois Whittemore, and Charles Griffis, The play was the most successful ever presented at Natick High School, thanks to the able direction of Mr. Garnett. Not only did it draw the largest attend¬ ance, it was the most expensive and the most mature production ever presented at this school. Over 300 seniors marched to school from Natick Center on the day of the play to advertise it. The Christmas Cotillion was the Class of 1962 P s next project, and it was a tremendous success. Donna Pineo was a beautiful Snow Queen. Our science quiz team did an admirable job with Vin Sharkey, captain, and John Linnehan, Rolf Franz, Alfred Greenquisc, Timothy Connelly and Judy Lam¬ ing, We were so proud of them when they appeared on WHDH TV. Two seniors, Rolf Franz and Charles Welry, placed in the finals of the National Merit Scholarship exams. Lynne Berman, Marilyn Livingstone, Charles Griffis, Harold Brack, and John Linnehan received letters of commendation. In November, twenty more seniors were elected to the National Honor Society, We are the first group of members to have used the new honor study hall system. Four of Mr, Shea ' s international relations students lectured at the Quartermaster Corps and at a Rotary Club luncheon. They were very well received. We were very proud to hear that Timothy Connelly had placed in the finals of the Westinghouse Talent Search. Not forsaking theatrical ability, many students took pan in the musical Oar Hearts Were Young and Gay , directed once again by Mr. Garnett. They were Paula Caswell, Ricky Hadden, Vin Sharkey, John Linnehan, Sandra Bryer, Ann Friend, and Steve Add man. In dosing, we would like to express our sincerest thanks to our class advisors. Miss Connolly and Mr. McNally, whose unceasing efforts have pushed our class to the top. With the deepest sense of humility, the Class of 1962 realizes that it is the greatest class ever to graduate from Natick High School, Mary Livingstone and Alfred Grecnquist THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1962 by NANCY GREY and TIM CONNOLLY The Illustrious Class of 1962 is about to graduate from the greatly respected and dearly loved campus of Natick High School, In accordance with tradition, we the members of said class present our Last Will and Testament. To Mr, Hennigar, we leave our continual good humor. To Mr, Bartnick, we leave our gentlemanly manners and compliant mood. To Mr, Rosen, we leave an inspiration to srart a small fund to eventually buy a computor system for the Guidance Department, To Mr, Garnett, we leave our sincere thanks for di¬ recting Natick High s greatest Senior Play, The Matchmaker ' . We leave Miss Ward s classroom in wonder—’ ' a poem can actually mean something? " To rhe Junior Class we leave the long-awaited title of " Superior Seniors” and the hope that you will follow the path we took, remembering that wc became Na¬ tick ' s greatest class through hard work. To rhe Sophomores we leave the thought that, f ar least you won ' t be the youngest class anymore.’’ To Mrs, Brown, we leave an unlimited supply of band-aides and aspirin to nurse all future Seniors and underclassmen. To Coach Bennett, we leave a bottle of tranquilizers to help him through next year s Framingham game. To Miss Connolly and Mr, McNally, we leave our sincerest thanks for planning all our class activities 142 and especially our exceptional Junior Prom and for just plain being the wonderful class advisers they were. To Miss Shannon, and all others connected with our yearbook, our sincere thanks for making it the best ever are left with you. To all future Senior Classes at Natick High School we leave the wish that Framingham will be defeated for another seventeen years. To make this easier, we the Class of 1962, leave our uncanny ability to defeat Framingham in every sport. Our other attributes, too numerous to mention, are left for the memory of the unfortunate underclassmen we leave behind. Our graduation is not wirhout sorrow, however, for the past four years have been well-spent and will al¬ ways remain a major factor in our lives. Therefore, we now profess our most humble appreciation for the superb education we have obtained. To the Faculty, the entire teaching staff and other school officials, we leave our thanks for the tremendous interest and patient help you have given us. To the Athletic Department and all the coaches we offer our best wishes for your continued success on the playing field. To Mr. McGrath, we leave a hunting license, good all year round, and a book entitled, The Mounty Al¬ ways Gets His Man. Several individual members of the Class of 1962 would also like to include their own Last Will and Testament. We, the girls of the Second-year Shorthand and Transcription class, leave our worn-out notebooks and broken pencils to the girls in Shorthand I who want to work real hard to achieve a high goal. I, Steve Gettinger, leave my gambling ability to anyone who likes to make money. 1, Lynn Theroux, leave my rather long fingernails to Sue Ambler. 1, Richard Brandt, leave my copy of Communist Manifesto to any subversive person who desires it, 1, Mary Littleton, leave my old grey Chevy to my brother who will be a Sophomore next year. We, the P.S.S.C Physics students, leave rhe book, Twenty-four Hours in a Ripple Tank, to any juniors interested in raking the course. I, Linda Rogers, leave my cut-off blond ponytail to anyone who would like a few extra inches of hair. L Skip Brack, leave my little blue, yellow, and black books to anyone interested in that sort of thing. I, Carol Graves, leave Bookkeeping II to anyone dar¬ ing enough to take it, I, James Tibbitts, leave my little Nash Rambler to anyone who dares to drive it. I, Judy Lucas, leave to the Juniors the right to move up in the world and become Seniors, but not until after we ' ve left. 1. Mike Torn, leave what is left of the one and one half inch tape to Mr. (Doe) Leighton, I, Pat Grillo, leave to Marian Fabiano my two cush¬ ions in A-117, We, Regina Felch and Jackie Richardson, leave our fame as cousins to jenny Richardson and Butch Phylis, who are also members of our well-known family clan. I, Ralph Sullivan, leave my mild manners to my brother to improve upon. I, Herbert Boyd, will my cafeteria badge ro the next person who thinks he can wear it. We, Dorothy Witham and Judy Laming, leave three fireman hats and official licenses to any qualified under¬ classmen adept at sliding down poles. We, Kathy Gould and Rose Onorato, leave our ex ecutive positions as bookkeepers for the Sassamon to anyone who would enjoy a free " C " period on Monday and Wednesday. I Frank Waibel, leave my book, How to Graduate Without Studying, to Donald Wight. I, Nancy Grey, leave my long eyelashes to anyone who wants to keep dust out of her eyes. Two Senior girls leave to Sue Finklestein their ren- Wi messed by; Marie P. Donahoe dition of " I ' m a Bow-legged Chicken, " so she, too, may entertain her friends on the hockey bus. 1, Dan Carr, bequeath my patented jump shot to the + mad bomber, " and my rebounds to " big Joe " We, the Senior girls ' trio, Ann Friend, Ruth Sauro, and Paula Caswell, leave our voices to anyone brave enough to accept them. I, Drew Carnegie, leave my solos to Paul Grupposo, who can probably play them better. I, Sue Bush, leave my ability to get the boys to push my " clunker " to Barb Levine. I, Ralph Pryor, leave my track shoes to Ken Pease and my brain to my brother Joe. We, Brenda Carnaroli and Lynn Brooks, leave to Mr. Carroll a book entitled. How to Keep Your Stu¬ dents Quiet During Assembly. We, Lynn Theroux and Dorothy Witham, leave the title of “Moose " to Gerald Hall, who will be its sole bearer nexr year We the Seniors not mentioned above, leave all our athletic, scholastic, and all other great abilities to the underclassmen also not mentioned above. In witness, whereof, we the members of the Class of 1962, have set our hand and seal here on Class Day, June 7, 1962 declaring this to be our Last Will and Testament. Signed: Nancy Grey Tim Connolly GRADUATION DAY SPEECH PROSPECTS FOR EUROPEAN UNITY by CHARLES GRIFFIS A United Europe has long been the dream of many men. Charlmagne, Charles V. Napoleon, and Hitler all tried to unite Europe by force and failed. Today, our generation might witness the peaceful union of Europe, Why might Europe become peacefully united? Much credit must be given to the United States, Europe was economically destroyed by World War II. The Marshall Plan, set up in 1947, allocated vast sums of the American taxpayer ' s money for the rebuilding of Europe, This money, which was distributed by the Or¬ ganization for Economic Cooperation and Develop¬ ment, was given on the condition that the individual nations of Europe cooperate in estimating their needs and spending their funds. This trend toward European cooperation further manifested itself in the European Coal and Steel Com¬ munity, which was set up by the Treaty of Paris in 195 L Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, and Italy pooled the vast resources of the Ruhr, the Saar, and Lorraine under a supranational authority. This supranational authority, which is vested in the High Authority in Brussels, can make decisions which are binding on member nations. The ECSC has been a fantastic success—its steel production equals that of the Linited States, it has almost completely eliminated raxes on coal and steel production, there is free movement of labor through te six member nations, and it has the best social security ' and job security in the world. The European Economic Community, an extension of the ECSC by its member nations to cover all eco¬ nomic facets, was set up by the Treaty of Rome in 1957. The European Atomic Energy Commission (E lira tom) was also included in the Treaty of Rome, The EEC has three major functions: 1) to make gradual ten percent tariff cuts between the member nations until zero is reached (by 1966 or sooner), 2) to make triff rates with non-member nations inform among member nations, and 3) to protect and give price supports to member nations’ agricultural in¬ terests. Taken together, the ECSC, the EEC, and Eura- tom comprise the Common Market. The Common Market is run by a nine man executive committee called the European Commission which is located in Brussels, The European Commission de¬ velops Common Market policy and supervises daily derails of operation. A Council of Ministers, composed of one representative from each of the six member na¬ tions, can override European Commission proposals, but only on a unanimous vote. Other forms of Com¬ mon Market bureaucracy include a Court of J me ice, which arbitrates technical disputes, and a Parliament composed of representatives from the member nations who render proposals on economic policy. How well has the Common Market worked? Very, very well! Its Gross National Product (the yardstick of national economlces) is equal to that of the Soviet Union, although one-half that of the United States. The Common Market is the worlds largest importer and its second largest exporter. Its gold reserves almost equal those of the United States. The Common Market is as self-sufficient as the United States. Domestic prices have been reduced, European mergers have been fos¬ tered, unemployment has been almost eliminated, and the member nations have been drawn closer together. Great Britain, a nation which has foiled many force¬ ful attempts at European unity, is the key to this latest movement towards unity. The British were asked to join the ECSC in 1951, but they refused. They were asked to join the Common Market in 1957, but they again regused. The British, jealous of the Common Market ' s economic success, formula red the European Free Trade Association in May of 1960, This associa¬ tion. popularly known as the " Outer Seven " as opposed rhe Common Market ' s " Inner Six, ' 1 was comprised of Great Britain, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Why did the British nor join the Common Marker? The British feared the loss of their Commonwealth trade, which accounts for forty percent of rheir total trade. The EFTA was doomed because of this and be¬ cause there was no strong underlying motivation for unity. The British, impressed by and jealous of Common Market strength and discouraged by slumps in Com¬ monwealth trade, applied for Common Market mem¬ bership in 1961. The British %vant concessions on trade to their Commonwealth nations and protection for thdr farmers, but they will have to sacrifice much to the Common Market, The addition of Great Britain to the Common Mar¬ ket gives even more impetus to the drive for European unity. The economic ties and benefits that bind the member nations are so strong that no nation would wish to puli out of the Common Market. Old feuds and hostilities have been replaced by an international feeling that is pulsating throughout Europe. With the addition of Great Britain, the Common Marker nations would have even greater economic power, political power that would match the United States and the Soviet Union, and military power that would rival rhat of the super powers. Could there ever be a United States of Europe com¬ ing merely from economic unity? Yes! An analogy would be the situation in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg. These nations formed a customs union in 1948. This customs union was enlarged into the Benelux Economic Union in 1958. Today there is no border between these three nations, they have the same currency, and politically act as a unit. European political unity will come about through economic unity, wdth a strong assist from mutual fear of the power of the Soviet Union. Jean Monncr, the French internationalist who formulated the ECSC and the Common Market, might peacefully succeed where Charlemagne, Charles V, Napoleon, and Hitler forcefully failed. i i 146 NEW FRONTIERS IN REFORM by LYNN BERMAN Although a criminal is defined as a man who violates a law, there are many different kinds of criminals and many different kinds of crime. Generally, crime is divided into three categories: treason, the crime of betraying or attacking a nation; felony, the serious offenses such as murder, robbery, arson, kidnapping, bigamy, forgery, rape, and misdemeanors; the minor crimes such as bribery, receiving stolen goods, mali¬ cious libel, assault and battery, disturbance of the peace, and violation of the pure food laws. Although it is up to the discretion of the state and the court, the penalty for a felony is usually imprisonment of more than one year, or death. Punishment for a misdemeanor is more lenient—-usually just a fine or a shore prison term. There are, however, other classifications of crimes and criminals. There is the situational criminal, the man who is forced by circumstance to commit that first impulsive crime. At this particular instance, he sees crime as the only way out of a single unbearable or confusing situation. For instance, the man, usually honest, who is out of work and deeply in debt, may attempt to hold up a bank in sheer necessity. Opposite the situational criminal is the chronic offender. It is he who repeatedly breaks the law in one form or another, and who spends his life either dodging the law or in prison. The professional, syndicate criminal comes un¬ der this heading as well as the man who merely stumbles into crime. It is also relatively easy for the situational criminal to become a chronic offender, be¬ cause of irreparable guilt feelings, loss of self respect, or toss of self confidence. There is also another equally significant way to classify criminals. There are those whose attacks are made upon persons, such as murderers, on public order, such as those who riot, or upon property, such as rob¬ bers .as well as rhose who commit acts which prevent proper law enforcement (bribery), or those who in¬ jure the public welfare (embezzlement). There are, of course, other divisions, which would be insignificant here. Some of these include classifica¬ tion by sex, race, religion, geographical location, and age. For now, all we shall be concerned with is the age divisions: juvenile delinquents and adult criminals. There are many theories as to the origin of crime and criminals. Lombroso, an Italian criminologist, in¬ sisted that a criminal could be recognized and predicted by his facial and cranial structure. For example, a man with a low ' receding forehead and small, beady eyes was bound to be dishonest. Although this was later em¬ phatically disproved by Goring, an English specialist, it is still a popular concept today. The debate, environment vs. heredity has been in 147 progress among prominent sociologists and criminolo¬ gists for decades now, and sri 11, there is no answer. Most, however, believe that crime is caused by two specific influences; poverty and sex. Poverty not only creates need for money, but its also forces poorer living conditions. In slums and low-cost, poor housing, there is a lack of respect and privacy that is appalling. Here, too, all the usual institutions—the family, the church— arc weakened to a tremendous degree, while associa¬ tion with the lowest form of human life is inevitable. The extreme shortage of proper recreational facilities to allow people to relax and use leisure time comtrue- tively is also evident, and an obvious cause of crime. Many qualified people insist that sex also plays an important parr in crime; behind every man is a woman, and behind every woman, a man. This is demonstrated in robbery for a woman, triangle murders, abortions, and the like. Juvenile delinquency is also a desperate problem that must be faced. Statistics show that nearly all crim¬ inals have records before they are 21, that as the man grows, sn grows the crime. It is, therefore, logical that, should delinquency be halted, a good parr of adult crime would also cease. There are as many different opinions on cite causes of delinquency as there are people who venture them. Generally speaking, however, there are main reasons. First, lack of undrstatiding, both at home and at school. It lias been proven that more than 50 per cenr of all delinquents come from homes broken either openly, or subtly through frequent harsh quarrels. Often, too, neglect, alcoholism, lack of control, a working mother, or excessive quarreling among the family contribute to a feeling of resentment, a loneness, and rebellion in a youth. Schools, too. frequently fail to recognize or under¬ stand the delinquent, and all too often the rebellious student comes up against a sarcastic, unsympathetic, and intolerant teachers. Because of this unwise hand- ling, he often either quits school or plays hookey— either way leading straight to delinquency through lack of skill, friends, and diversions. As with the adult criminal, the environment of a large city affects an adolescent adversely. There he sees bitterness, frustration, failure, apathy, squalor, and dis¬ organization, and, not having ever seen otherwise, be¬ comes bitter and cynical about his ow r n future. Here, too, he meets drug addictions and alcoholism, two fac¬ tors which many feel are very important in explain¬ ing delinquency. When a delinquent commits a crime, there are other reasons, more immediate, urgent ones, to explain why he does so. An overwhelming desire for personal glory, the urge to give a " treat " to his friends, the thirst for excitement and adventure, the need for revenge, or the compulsion to fulfill a secret longing—all these are immediate causes of juvenile crime in any class. The last one, the secret longing, can manifest itself many ways. Take the girl who had an irresistible urge to steal baby clothes, though she neither had nor could hope to have a child for a while. Her robbery was not malicious or even intentional—she had a longing for a child which, at the moment, could be satisfied no other way. There must be a solution. There is. Criminologists have already begun to revolutionize prisons and cor¬ rectional institutions, adding extensive probationaI and parole programs! However, they state that there are actually only two goals: to eliminate causes of crime, and to reorient the criminal and society. This is being done already in various ways: parental education, more recreation centers and dubs, officials whose only duty is to find acceptable jobs and good opportunities for criminals, vocational training in prisons—all these ways and more. However, there ' s much ro be done. A higher standard of both political and business morality is needed, a stricter censorship of movies, comic books, and books is suggested, and a deeper understanding and acceptance of criminals by society is mandatory, with the knowledge there always that a can can change. With these points in mind, the hope is that criminals should become almost non-existent in future years, lessening a tremendous expense and threat, and allow¬ ing more citizens to function constructively. As Carl Scliurz, a German immigrant who spoke in Fanned! Hall in 1 459, said " Ideals are like stars; you will not sutccd in touch¬ ing them with your hands. But like seafaring men on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, and. following them, you will reach your destiny. " 148 FRONTIERS IN EDUCATION by VINCENT SHARKEY In an age when rlie Soviet challenge is becoming more and more evident, great pressure is being placed on our educational system, and demands for berrer trained and better qualified men in every professional field from accounting to astrophysics arc unceasing Everyone is asking what is wrong with our schools and what can be done to prepare them to meet the chal¬ lenge of the future? To examine these all-important questions I will firsr refer ro the major subject areas in our schools and will then mention some of the in¬ novations in the methods of teaching in these subject areas. 1 must srress, however, that these changes are not being made just for changes sake or merely ro show that school systems are flexible, but arc made only when those introducing them are confident that they will improve the understanding of a certain sub¬ ject. The most important subject in our schools is read¬ ing, since it is the broad foundation on which all others are based. From the earliest grades children should be grouped in such a way that the rapid readers may move as swiftly as their capabilities permit and the slow may receive thorough attention. In many schools to¬ day, this is being done. Mathematics is second only to reading in the ele¬ mentary grades and, as in reading, remedial work should be prompt. The child who falls behind may de¬ velop a fear of the subject chat never leaves him. In high school, every student should take at least one year of math, and those going on to college should take four, the especially gifted taking analytical geom¬ etry or calculus in the senior year. In Natick, two new programs will be introduced in the near future, SMSG math in grades 7-10, and General Math III, a combina¬ tion of geometry and first year algebra. The bottleneck in producing more and better scien¬ tists is the lack of qualified teachers. Starting salaries in the field are such that many qualified people simply can ' t afford to go into teaching, and are swallowed up by industry. The obvious answer ro this problem is higher salaries. Next year, Natick will offer advanced courses in both physics and chemistry, and there is hope of moving biology down to grade nine to allow seniors a second year in physics and chemistry. This would also email introducing deeper courses in sev¬ enth and eighth grade science. Bur the basic problem 149 still remains; enrollment in the high school will double in riie next ten years, and we will need many more qualified teachers. in foreign languages there is need of broadening the general background to include such languages as Chi¬ nese and Russian. Ten years ago. enrollments favored Latin over the modern languages 2 to 1; now the situa¬ tion has reversed itself. Ten years ago there was no course offered in French ill in Natick. Now there are two and next year there will be a course in French IV. We are the proud possessors of one of the first lan¬ guage laboratories in the area, and since its installa¬ tion, college board scores have increased significantly. There has been a lot of talk about introducing lan¬ guages in the elementary grades, bur we must make sure that such changes are worth while before initiat¬ ing them. Social studies, like all the other subjects, needs fundamental re-examination in view of the develop¬ ments in the social sciences in recent years. Teachers should have the right to reach without any outside pressures. Here in Natick we are fortunate in this re¬ spect, bur in many towns throughout the nation. Com¬ munism, for instance, isn ' t taught or even mentioned. If we are to combat Communism wisely, we must ap¬ proach it objectively and intelligently; a democracy depends on an informed public. There has been a great deal of talk recently on the importance of physical education, and many feel that one class period a day should be allotted for it. We must remember, however, that giving more time to one subject area necessarily lessens the amount of time we can give to another; we must reach a balance be¬ tween subjects that is favorable to all. In conjunction with these changes in the curriculum, by 1970 there should have been developments in the methods of teaching, too, and among these, four of the giants are television, the teaching machine, team teaching, and ungraded schools. One of the challenges of the 1960 s is to learn to use them well. Television, properly used, could bring superb lec¬ tures and demonstrations of scientific experiments to schools that could never a fiord them ordinarily. Pro¬ grams broadcast from aircraft reach millions of stu¬ dents in the middle-west, but teachers must cope with the problem of making their courses coincide with those broadcast. The teaching machine presents a problem ro the student and, when he gets it right, proceeds to the next one. Advanced models require the student to write out a response that is compared to the right one. Ques¬ tions are based on previous ones; so a student may start with no knowledge of a certain field and leave with a thorough grasp of it. Critics of the machine see it as a horrible monster that will dehumanize learning. Those who have used if call such fears neurotic and point out that the automatic washing machine hasn ' t replaced the housewife but merely left her time for other things. Similarly t they believe that the teaching machine will give the teacher more time to discuss the profound as¬ pects of the subje ct with individuals, who can make the machines proceed at their own rare. Team reaching has spread considerably, and it is now estimated that there are over 1000 schools in the country that use it regularly. English and physical edu¬ cation are involved to the greatest degree, followed by math and science, and lastly by foreign languages. It has numerous advantages, among them flexibility. Three English teachers, for example, can have large groups for instruction, tests, and movies, and small groups for discussion. Also, the class benefits by getting the strong points of each teacher; one may excel in grammar, another in literature or other aspects of the subject. Pride challenges each teacher to do his best every day, and he learns and is evaluated by others. There are. however, disadvantages to the system. Dis¬ cipline for example, becomes more difficult. There can be no two leaders in the group and the problem of who makes the final decision becomes a difficult one. The team must have rime to plan together, and too much emphasis comes to be placed cm the presentation part of learning. Also, a large group Jeer lire with an over¬ head projector, television, and other audio-visual aids is much more exciting than the necessary drill and re¬ action to the problems. However, these problems are minor compared with the possibilities that team teach¬ ing presents. As for ungraded schools, most of the experimenta¬ tion to date has been with select groups of youngsters, not a cross section as is necessary. The student can be grouped with others of similar ability, it is true, but then rhe problem of individual pride comes to the front; is the student willing and at ease with a group of others younger than himself, or older, as the case may be ' There is still a lot of work to be done in this area, work that will hopefully lead to a better under¬ standing of the problems involved. None of the above-mentioned, however, can be of any use if the student is dis interested. Motivation is the key to learning. If a person is curious and wants to learn, he will; if lie doesn ' t, the best educational meth¬ ods in the world can ' t help him. Hi is motivation, con¬ trary to what many parents would like to believe, is not developed solely in school, but in the home, lr is is there that a respect for and interest in education must be developed, and it must be developed when rhe child is young, not in high school where it is often too late, [f parents will realize this responsibility and try to create this feeling in their children, the battle will be half won, anti we can make the best use of improve¬ ments in our schools in the future. _ t. o toole At son b prints end Aimfetg atnee 1891 keeler avenue south noncaik , conn ♦


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