Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1964

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mmm mm i TABLE OF CONTENT DEDICATION FACULTY SENIORS ACTIVITIES STUDENT GROUPS ATHLETICS AWARDS SENIOR WEEK As these diamonds keep their individuality in form and line, yet merge into one solic figure, so does our class, with its individuals stand together in unity ... as one. lid Ells, _ . ... I. much affection and a deep feeling of grati- mtie we, the Class of 1964, dedicate our senior year- k :o Miss Patricia Buckley and Mr. Richard HiTL-.;x. We shall long remember their untiring ef- scrrs as our class advisors, in making our class one to ic remembered in Natick High School history. No r-eople could ever have shown such a sympathetic ■■ctrsranding or exhibit such patience, both as ad ■go es and friends. Thus, it is in this humble manner of dedicating our ■Mrrook that we try to thank two people who have rta:-. a red themselves so much to the Class of 1964 L m SCHOOL COMMITTEE A. Maffeo L. Hollingwort R. Williams H. Sellew F. Ordway P. Ambler J Ik snaas aj li ' iVV Leo D. Bachini Director of Music New England Conservatory Of Music, B.M..M.M. I siii « Wendell F. Bennett Head of Science Department University of New Hamp¬ shire, B.S.,M.Ed. » ' Mg Mr. Howard Hennigar Princicpal Northeastern University B.S Tufts University M.Ed. i l il in II— III h III n 1 r I ' I ' lUHl Hill ' 1 III II i i— 1 II 1 il ' i ' lliillHWHBIIIIil Francis J. Carey Francis J. Collins Mrs. Ruth Colombo Head Of Athletic Department Head of Mathematics Depart¬ Head of Language Department Boston College, A.B. ment Bates College, A.B. Boston College, B.S. University of New Hampshire Boston State College, Ed.M M.A. wimw x, ' x: ‘ .V. ' AVAV . vAVaj aasassssss v . .-0 ... . X ' t Emily L. Shannon Head of English Department Simmons College, B.S. Boston College M.Ed. - H g PsSSx gp Arthur G. Sticklor Head of Industrial Arts Department Fitchburg State College, B.S Bayne W. Drown Head of Business Department University of Maine, B.S. Boston University, M.Ed Henry J. Plausse Head of History Department Boston College, Ph.B. Bridgewater State College, B.S. Harold Rosen Director of Guidance Boston University, A.B., M.A. Charles E. McManus Vice-Principal Georgetown University, A.B. Boston University, M.Ed. £83 - ;V ■p ipiisiii s p ■ A-y A«y t y ::: ' .:vs. gg $3 William J. Anderson Financial Manager and Business Subjects Boston University, B.B.A Ed.M. David I. Anderson Chemistry Princeton University, A.B. Harvard University, M.A.T Robert O. Andrews Guidance University of New Hamp shire, B.S. Boston University, M.Ed. Eric Alitalo Industrial Arts State College at Fitchburg, . S ::: ::: :: :: :: . . ::: . •.•-•■•rt ' . •V.NW.-.V.S-.-. ' . . . . ' : :: . ■ . «;.V ; f.v ; •; ; vv A-Aw rtv.;A-A ' v. mm vM ys. . ft ' WMSVWvAv.v .; • ■ « • - - • • . « -■ - • « - - - ■ : : vxc:w:«oxv: ' x: iVjNV . W | VSVV PMfci W V - .V . ' , ■ : : iiiiiiai Edwin E. Black Mathematics Gorham State Teachers Col lege, B.S. Boston University, Ed.M. Daniel J. Bennett Social Studies Tufts University, A.B. State College At Boston M.Ed.. Raymond F. Biedrzycki Science University of Rhode Island B.S. Worcester Polytechnic Insti W$m ' C l: ISll MM v-i-.-.V.- tfm m Wmm Nancy A. Bonazzoli English Boston College, B.S. mm ■V- M- t -■■• Patricia F. Buckley English College of St. Elizabeth, B.A Boston College, M.A. John Carroll History Duke University, A.B. Ruth W. Chellis Business Subjects University of New Hamp¬ shire, B.S. Boston University, M.Ed. 1 || ma ' vw . 11 1 2 t j- ik N? Ur iSfigKL ■ i laBlill J wL Edward J. Bransfield Mathematics Holy Cross College, A.B. Boston College, M.Ed. Christine Camougis Business Subjects Boston University, B.S., M.Ed. Mildred I. Brown School Nurse John Hopkins Hospital mg’ ' wm mm ■ : ■ ■■Si •Avvto 4MM ■■■ v ' y.v.VsSt Si?® ? " - • - x» 3 B : ' M f O’ W.ff if Louis F. Colombo Science St. Anselm College, A.B. Boston University, M.Ed. m ? :w: JHBB v S:x-yvt- M: A sw • ' - . • ■ Edward P. Calhane Social Studies Boston University, B.S Rosalie P. Connor History and English Boston State College, B.S., Mary D. Ciannavei Language Trinity College, A.B. Boston College, M.A. Helen E. Connolly English Regis College, A.B. Margaret R. Connolly Business Subjects Simmons College, B.S. X 532 1 It; ' - -LlWltl_ -Vi 23 M Wlmmm Marie P. Donahoe English Regis College, A.B David F. Engelhardt Science Yale College, B.S. Duke University, M.A.T Anthony E. DeFelice History Boston University, B.S., M.A William J. Genova Science Boston College, B.S. State College At Framingham M.Ed. P. Filledes lassos Science Northeastern University, B.S Harry L. Garnett English Boston University, B.S ■■■ V " Susan M. Gray English University of Maine, B.S., M.Ed. Thelma V. Hamm Language University of Maine, A.B. Middlebury College, M.A. Wattvet A.. Qiovidet English Bates CoWege, A.B. Esther M. Harrington Language Radcliffe College, A.B. Boston College, Ed.M. Mabel E. Harris Library Coordinator State Colleee At Brie BS aerate r. John J. Harrington, Jr. Boston College, B.S., M.Ed. I I w - - ■ - js T%- v. r i Theresa L. Hayes Homemaking State College At Framingham B.S. Evelyn B. Kuske Homemaking Douglass Col¬ lege, B.S. Columbia University, M.S. Eleanor M. Johnson Mathematics Boston University, A.B. Radcliffe College, A.M. Boston University, Ph.D. Marcel La Vergne Language St. Mary’s Seminary, A.B. State College at Bridgewater, M.Ed. William A. Leary Business Subjects Boston College, B.S. Boston University Ed.M. Mary R. Leavitt Science Simmons College, B.S. Elaine M. Lebert Language Anna Maria College, B.A. Guy R. Leighton Physical Education Lowa Wesleyan, B.S. Boston University, M.Ed. t • mmm ' . v. i .’. ' ■ • .. ' y.’.vl ' ! •s OKCC«K] Joseph D. LoPresti Music New England Conservatory of Music, B.M.,M.M. ■ ■ ... ' v» Anne-Marie Levesque Language College of New Rochelle, William A. Lowell Mathematics Bates College, B.S. Boston University, M.A Jeanne L. Maguire English Rhode Island College, Ed.B Richard W. Mannix Industrial Arts State College at Boston, B.S Walter L. Maher History Boston University, B.S.,M.Ed rtf ' ? .-. ?■•-’• ' ■ SBS ■ - ' m V ■ ■ mr ••: " i Helen A. Mariano Mathematics Boston College, B.S. Jerome Minton English State College at Worcester B.S. Thomas F. McGrath Supervisor of attendance Frank J. McNally History University of New Hamp¬ shire, B.A. State College at Bridgewater, M.Ed. SX v lht cd utmoxl Woiiunfi ?ri_ncis W. Marcoux History r»: :on University, B.S.,M.Ed. M. Ann McGuiggin Business Subjects Boston College, B.S. m A - • •• ••• • -■•■■■• - KWI; Si- ti ' ' $ $§ gSt:;. sm SfiS. }JotK John S. Mitro Business Subjects Boston University, B.S., M.Ed. Thaddeus F. Nowark Audio-Visual Education Boston University, A.B.,A.M M.S. Edith M. Nutt Guidance Wellesley College, B.A. Donald J. Morey Social Studies State College at Bridgewater, B.S.,M.Ed. Leonel J. Neron Mathematics Boston College, B.S. State College At Boston, M.Ed. Hugh D. O’Connor Social Studies Springfield College, B.S. H. Bernice Oldfield Library Assistant jArtVi S.V.V. ' :v»jK Vincent K. Overlock Mathematics University of Maine, B.A. Boston State College, M.Ed ames F. O’Sullivan ndustrial Arts •cate College at Fitchburg Aurora D. Perez Language Pembroke College, A.B. Middlebury College, M.A Dorothy V. Rankin Art Massachusetts College of Art, Marion L. Pothier business Subjects Sryant College, A.B. boston University, Ed.M Marguerite Rafferty Guidance Boston University, B.S.,M.Ed Beverly M. Poulin Arts and Crafts New York University, B.S. State College at Boston, M.A Daisy W. Robinson Business Subjects Calvin Coolidge College, B.S. Ralph E. Sloan Jr. English Harvard College, B.A. Harvard University, M.A.T. Edward J. Rooney English Boston College, A.B.,A.M. Kenneth B. Swift Industrial Arts State College at Fitchberg, B.S. John A. Scanlan Guidance University of New Hamp¬ shire, B.A. Boston University, M.A., C.A.G.S. i Thomas A. Thibault Driver Education State College at Salem, B.S. Boston University, M.Ed. 20 w m mM loger E. Wilder Industrial Arts Sore College at Fitchburg, 5uS. Robert A. Whelan Physical Education Boston University State College at Boston, M.Ed. Gloria I. Vasile Physical Education Boston University, B.S. Charles G. Woodhams Industrial Arts State College at Fitchburg, B.S. M. Tillson ical Education on University, B.S.,M.Ed. Ethel M. Ward English University of California, A.B Northeastern University, M.Ed. tn do h , 42 % : ..• c. -y ' ' Wmm Barbara R. Covitz Science Department Antioch College Raymond R. Thibault Science Department University of New Hampshire 1 A. Baram, R. Watson, H. Grimes, D. Petro wHiii □iiisjij 1 JlfTua • ■ ft ccwc Bob . . . Sonny . . . Luke . . . Provincetown after the prom . . . The Three Bushkateers . . . want to buy a ’57 Olds, cheap? . . . Cheaper? . . . Executive Board . . . (Alias Confusion Court) Punchy . . . 220 . . . Romin’ Nose ... New York . .. Indoor Track Captain . . . The Passion Pit . . . Marlboro Country . . . " It looks almost hu-u-man " . . . Nine-day weekend . . . Pre-med at Tufts . . . BARBARA ANN LEVINE ROBERT LUCAS " Barbie " . . . she’s been our Veep for 3 years . . . she always will be ... no coloring book for her . . . taxi service . . . sentimental . . . roses . . . terrific p.j. parties . . . walk on the RIGHT side . . . long lashes . . . D.A.R. Good Citizenship . . . Brown and Blue . . . Oh, really? . . . Elmira’s lucky . . . Happiness is helping others ... We owe her a lot . . . SECRETARY " El” . . . Siggy” . . . Efficient secretary for two years . . . twin cheerleader at the other end of the line . . . ”oy!” . . . house full of food . . . contagious laugh . . . unrelated brother and sister . . . fantastic cook!? . . . sky blue eyes . . . lucky bleeding knee . . . one special album from one special person ... a wonder¬ fully understanding heart . . . your friend forever . . . OFFICERS NICOLA McKEEN ELLEN SIGALOVE Nicki . . . Nix . . . pride in the treasury and a job well done . . . Miss B. . . . devoted to her class . . . that McKeen smile . . . beautiful, beautiful hair . . . an added sparkle to a shining squad . . . T.E.G. . . . ersatz . . . most collegiate . . . dement? ... a friend for every smile and a smile for every friend . . . humorous of speech, gracious of heart, sincere of soul. 25 TREASURER mmi MARCIA ADAM " Marsh” . . . friendly . . . what goes on at that lunch table? . . . first " mother” in Advanced Biology of hamsters (Miney and Mo) . . . giggles . . . petite . . . oh help! . . . pink aide . . . blushes easily . . . future nurse ... " A smile costs nothing, but gives much.” MARCY ADLEMAN " Marce” . . . President of the Vicarious Four . . . Those Friday nights in Boston . . . Jack in the Beanstalk’s sister . . . Careful driver? . . . The Redwood . . . Trips to New York . . . " Boys are like that. Yeah, they are” . . . Pizza . . . class wit . . . " How tall is he???” . . . Kay’s . . . Red Convertible . . . Sun- mers at the Cape . . . " La petite(?) bonbon”. JUDITH ADAMS " Judy” . . . " Good Grief” . . . Intelli¬ gence plus . . . Future journalism major at Simmons . . . Oh, that English thesis . . . Hails from Felchville . . . Honor Society . . . " I’m so depressed” . . . X43 . . . Oh those puns! . . . dry sense of humor . . . share holder in the Hathaway Book Store . . . Doodles . . . Often heard in homeroom . . . Sassamon. VIRGINIA AMENDOLA " Dolly” . . . clown . . . always looking for a laugh . . . doesn’t care too much for school . . . likes motorcycles and loves Corvettes . . . sincere . . . always cheers up unhappy people . . . called " Stitches” in Arts and Crafts ... A true friend to everyone who knows her. KRIS ANDERSON " Kris” . . . never late . . . always first to lunch . . . Modern Problems . . . Cinema 7 . . . enjoys senior parties . . . headed for the great . . . North¬ eastern University . . . magnetic per¬ sonality . . . perpetual smile . . . hates anyone who doesn’t know how to spell " Chris” . . . the right way . . . he’s on his way up . . . and there’s no stopping him. RUSSELL ALLEN " Russ” . . . teases the girls . . . green and white car with a hole in the side . . . happy-go-lucky . . . always smiling . . . liked by all who know him . . . washes his car with eggs?? . . . can make a joke of anything . . . livens up a party . . . always has a twinkle in his eye. M " Paul” . . . hockey . . . Natick’s high¬ est scorer . . . nice smile ... a girl in the junior class . . . " What’s it to ya . . . writing a book?” . . . crutches . . . favorite teacher . . . homeroom . . . one eyebrow . . . works hard in study . . . " words” . . . wonderful friend . . . prep school. JEAN ARTHUR Jean ... a good business student . . . likes Italian sandwiches ... a sport fan . . . former captain of field hockey team . . . also was a member of soft- ball team ... a great rollerskater . . . Beattie fan . . . aren’t we all?? . . . sure to be an asset to any business JANET AYLWARD Janet came to us this year from Cam¬ bridge . . . " Bad Boy” . ’ . . Doesn’t care for school . . . She’s witty . . . Always ready with a joke . . . side smile . . . made many friends . . . A.D.28 . . . office ornament . . . Dim¬ ples . . . Late from lunch? . . . Interested in secretarial work or practical nursing. JAMES BAMFORD " Jim” . . . West Natick . . . quiet . . . Anderson Little . . . good friend . . . likes to drive, ski, and travel . . . Thunderbird . . . Europe this summer, seventeen countries . . . have fun! . . . wish we were there . . . followed by the Navy . . . Best of success. MARTIN BALDUCCI Marty . . . " Bugs” Balducci.. . . good friend . . . has no enemies . . . arrives at school at 8:14 . . . Various nick¬ names . . . last one back after lunch. Likes parties and veal cutlet sandwiches . . . seen with Lee. ...... ffcmmi • ?; s? §pp! itip v.-.vv . iiSSSK - DEENA BARAM Sweet, shy, and sincere . . . supersti¬ tious? . . . Honor Society . . . last one to get a joke . . . " Do you think I hit it?” . . . popularity plus, plus ... all roads in Natick lead to Jonses’ . . . ' OK, uh-huh, good” . . . never goes over 30 M.P.H. ... a friend till the end. • X? ' SUSAN BARKER " Sue” . . . very friendly and fun to be with . . . lots of friends . . . flirts . . . 17 and never been kissed . . . Stop and Shop cashier of the year? . . . Oh! senior week . . . CAROL BARDELLINI Carol . . . shy, until you get to know her . . . Natick Federal . . . wants to be a secretary . . . favorite foods are " Pizza”, " Hamburger " , " peppers” . . . always seen at " Mr. Hamburg” . . . Paragon Park . . . Neetega dances . . . enjoys parties . . . always smiling . . . always likes to use brother’s car. Those promises for scooter pies and bubble gum . . . first girl Beatle! . . . ultra dimples " Aw c’mon, you’re joshin me” future in nursing. Nff I® • I ANTHONY BEATRICE " Tony” . . . hails from East Natick . . . watch out, he’s a real card shark . . . quiet . . . enjoys Italian food any old time, especially pizza . . . Bonnaville . . . really goes when put behind the wheel of a car . . . works at Bedford Yarn ... a great bowler. mi Wm LORRAINE BEHENNA . a future B. U.er . . . . . . neat dresser . . . . Stop Shop . . . well lutiful hair . . . admirable lots of fun to be with . . . . . unbelievable . . . ex¬ accident prone. . ■. . ' •iv ' -”....-iv.... ' j—.-«• xc-: wafeco: ' . ' " Marie” . . Provincetown 2nd prize . . liked ... be: qualities . . . week-ends . cuses for gym RICHARD BARTELS 28 JAMES BELIVEAU " Jim " . . . " Brown Bear " . . . " crooked elbow " . . . football . . . baseball . . . best looking . . . always slides on his nose . . . never on time . . . likes to take gym . . . muscular, but not really . . . contagious laugh . . . friendly . . . President of the ' N’ Club . . . college bound. 4 ARNOLD BELLEFONTAINE " Arnie " . . . Vice-President of Student Council . . . Emile . . . South Pacific . . . most popular . . . most sincere!?! . . . girls! . . . that trip to New York . . . " Boston " " Creep” . . . Gustav . . . " Thank you, love” . . . Carousel . . . That " Guy from Venus " . . . Senior play . . . Boy s State . . . " After that Senior Party " . . . " Love that Sportcoat.” KATHERINE BENJAMIN " Benji” . . . always seen with Debbie . . . " Penguin Ice Cream” . . . Horse- neck Beach . . . bomber behind the wheel . . . hails from East Natick . . . known by all . . . A Capella . . . big¬ low voice . . . Lowell Tech . . . Mrs. Kuske and the girls . . . " Right up the wall " . . . " Just listen, kids” . . . Eric is the password. RUSSELL BENJAMIN " Lee” . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . ambushes squirrels with a pellet gun . . . has an unusual way of walk¬ ing . . . " are ya gonna do it?” . . . N. H. S. baseball pitcher . . . never worries . . . came to us from Fram¬ ingham but thinks Natick is a better place . . . joining the Navy in June. CAROLYN BENT Witty . . . friendly . . . Grants, known for values . . . birdland . . enjoys her food cold . . . wild driver . . . fun to be with . . . likes convertibles . . . will power . . . infectious laugh . . . plan¬ ning on a nursing career . . . makes hydroponics solutions. 29 TERRILL BIXBY Terry . . . Co-Ed . . . correspond¬ ent . . . summers at the Cape . . . 5:00 A.M. . . . " surprises” . . . Mr. Ed . . . blue water . . . horseback rid¬ ing? . . . loves blue . . . pixie . . . Mr. Hamburg’s French Fries . . . hubcaps? afraid of nothing . . . coffee ice-cream . . . tuna fish . . . south of the border . . . " Hello, Auntie” . . . Where’s the rest of the garage? . . . " strength”. ■mm yw ' ■Qk: ■ m m ■- ■a S» r .. »» SB 2 w - • ••••• . .v .:. " :•:. •LvS ' .. ; . • ' ' ‘:o 2 ;i : ■• ■: ■ •• ■ ' •; ' - • • ••;•: rM .‘M: ’! 1 .■j.’QV-: :v.V. s«5S? ' ••£4gfj WILLIAM BOARDMAN " Bill” . . . " Dimples” ... 8-7 . . . en¬ joys spiritual and intellectual relation¬ ships, only . . . future Dr. Zorba . . . horror shows with J.S. . . . flirt . . . scouting . . . Friendly’s (never pays!) . . . Chemistry . . . president of S.P.F. . . . Washington . . . monogramed ties . . . good looking . . . cynical . . . big eater at lunch . . . always willing to help . . . college bound. " Boatsy” . . . choo-choo . . . shy . . . quiet . . . can always be found at Stop Shop . . . Deli . . . always seen with North Natickites . . . likes cars . . . handsome . . . nice smile . . . nice clothes . . . likes to talk . . . weekends! ANDRE BONNELLE Andre” .. . Bonnelie Jones . . . ’53 Ford . . . Tank 406 c.c. . . no ham in t can . . . Modern Problems . . . commie , . . morning stop at Ray’s for coffee . . . Cochituate Sunoco Service . . . one lunch periods . . . one of the great¬ est imports since B. B. RITA BORGHI Anna . . . one of the many Bcatle fans . . . also likes sting rays . . . honorary board washer . . . lover of Italian foods . . . “I wonder why?” . . . interests in Framingham . . . travel plans ... a great worker in Bond s Drug Store . . . most prized possession: Beatle albums . . . Italy, after graduation. £ :! . mam s iSSM ...xi. ' S M THOMAS BOWLES " Tom " ... 3 year veteran to the Base¬ ball team . . . " Great Pitcher” . . . good student . . . plays a little basketball on the side . . . One of Mr. Carroll’s boy ' 5 . . . bound for Dean Junior . . . " Ya, I’ll be there” . . . Legion Baseball tearr.- iHi :| ; : : y mm . . fc- L SUZANNE BLUM " Sue” . . . drum majorette . . . ad¬ vanced biology . . . Honor Society . . . Sadow’s . . . boys . . . Pizza . . . sweat¬ ers .. . shoes . . . Wellesley Library . . . summer of " 63” • • . Sunday after¬ noon drives . . . telephone . . . Mount Snow ski trip . . . A’Cappella Chorus . . . famous rides after Advanced First Aid Course . . . loves to eat and dance . . . neat . . . sincere . . . true friend. - L ' X H ' t- V •sir. PAUL BOATES .••• ..V RICHARD BOUDREAU Dick . . . twin . . . great member of the track team . . . town gym club . . . high hurdles . . . witty . . . loves fun . . . parties • . . always late for the bus . . . " What’s wrong? " . . . certain red¬ headed junior . . . plans to go into the Navy. GEORGE BOWLES " George " . . . captain of the wrestling team . . . superman . . . trips to Hamp¬ ton Beach . . . loyal town worker . . . a certain party in Wayland . . . one of the West Natick boys . . . third in the state wrestling meet . . . the whizzer . . . pitcher on the baseball team . . . interested in Chemistry . . . Penn State bound. ARTHUR BOYINGTON Cleo and Marilyn . . . hello? . . . very artistic . . . Dottie . . . wants to be a famous actor . . . likes money, girls and expensive cars . . . expressive eyebrows . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . Shirley Temples . . . English accent? SUSAN BRADISH " Sue " . . . ntaural blond hair . . . don’t you detect an accent—Minnesota may¬ be? . . . has a tremendous sense of humor . . . Arthur’s dusty chair . . . cat eyes . . . " What can I tell ya? " . . . has a ball in homeroom . . . enjoys a good laugh . . . often seen and heard. MARY BRADY " Pat” . . . " Onn” . . . " Giggles” . . . Safety Patrol . . . Monticello-summers . . . " Well, I don’t care” . . . great sense of humor . . . Oh, those Latin classes . . . neat dresser . . . Sylvester Road mad driver ... a certain camp¬ ing trip . . . future teacher . . . Fram¬ ingham State . . . loves sports . . . friendly . . . sincere. NORMAN BRAITHWAITE " Biz” . . . likes any kind of skiing . . . S.I.N.A. . . . quiet, until you get to know him . . . hails from West Natick . . . " All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth” . . . slow sense of humor . . . summers at the Cape . . . expressive, half-closed eyes . . . eats a lot. 3F 31 •X ELLEN BRANSFIELD " Ell ' ' . . . one dimple . . . cheesebur¬ gers and fried clams . . . sincere . . . Johnbobcaryspcncer . . . famous last name . . . Future Teacher . . . Pep club . . . nurses aide . . . witty . . . cum’on . . . picture in a certain yearbook . . . P.O.G. and P.O. E. . . . rats . . . Brat. " Wg; be a nurse . . . headed for training at the Newton-Wellesley Hospital ... by coincidence she’s a nurse in South Pa¬ cific! ... A’ Cappella ... a real mind for politics . . . " Katrinka” . . . the number 13. BRUCE BROUSSEAU Bruno . . . great friend to all who know him . . . football . . . likes sports . . . Zayre’s man . . . plays pool with a certain group . . . " Hey, guess what so and so did last night?” . . . likes cars . . . ’57 gray Pontiac . . . loves food . . . any kind. ROBERT BUDNICK " Morris . . . National Honor Society . . . a certain blue Mercury . . . Fram¬ ingham girls . . . warm and so under¬ standing . . . outstanding end . . . baseball and basketball . . . witty . . . president of Safety Patrol ... on to Rutgers in September. SUSAN BURGESS ?” . . . green eyes . . . cute . . . great swimmer . . . Mt. . Oh, those posters . . . flirt :ious . . . loves to sew . . . odle . . . P.J. parties . . . -ollipops . . . plans to attend tennis court Florida SANDRA BRYAN Sandy . . . ultra parties . . . fli . . . Oh, those G.A.A. ski trips Enthusiastic band member . . . , . . . Madame Chauffeur . . . eyes . . . termite . . . trumpet ' " Hey, Torch” . . . " Nothing” famous note writer . . . often 2 Dug Pond . . . easy to talk to future Physical Therapist . . . flHc U Nil WILLIAM BURKE " Billy” . . . always seen at Fairway . . . white Falcon . . . likes fried clams . . . great personality . . . loves basket¬ ball . . . good on those shots . . . likes to talk . . . wants to be a C.P.A. . . . Bentley, here I come! . . . good student . . . always seen with Pete . . . one of the North Natick boys. EDWARD BYRNE 9 " Mr. Edd” . . . coffee breaks at the oddest times ... car a month . . . the Cape . . . crazy about books?? . . . loves to eat . . . swimming on South Street . . . Uh-yup! . . . the boys . . . Joneses’ ... ' A’ period water skiing • • • ’57 Chevy . . . fun to be with and enjoys a good laugh. FRANK CADILLAC " Frank” . . . always a pleasant smile • ... friendly . . . beach buggies . . . mailman . . . South Natick . . . headed for Wentworth . . . one of hardworking stage crew . . . likes a good joke . . . tells one, too. BARBARA CAISSIE " Boops” . . . " Schwartz” . . . second lunch . . . " Can I have a pass? . . . South Natick . . . drug store . . . I’m going on a diet . . . Likes certain types of stones . . . vanilla cokes . . . can do great cartwheels . . . writes to big brother in the Air Force . . . barbecues beef and tuna fish . . . secretary . . . the Telephone company comes first . . . always on time .... WILLIAM CALHOUN " Bill” . . . speaks only when he has something worthwhile to say . . .dry sense of humor . . . hails from Arling¬ ton, Virginia . . . has twenty-third lunch? . . . Oh, those puns! . . . enjoys homeroom . . . takes life easy . . . Southern accent . . . " Where’s Frank?” . . . " Me, sit five at a lunch table?” BARBARA CAMP " Barb " . . . came to us this year from West Springfield . . . easy to know, easier to like . . . Quiet? . . . Miss Camp, don’t you have matching shoes? . . . likes knitting blue sweaters and skiing in the Berkshires . . . contagious laugh . . . What happened in Grant’s stockroom? . . . President of the " Per¬ fect” Club. 33 ' BMB —I msMHRm IfeMiSi wmmmm ■ V ; REGINA CAMPISI " Reggie” . . . mouse . . . can be seen in Framingham . . . Natick? ... " I could care less!” . . . beautiful hair, cute, petite, drives on other people’s lawns . . . laughs at anything . . . one of the pygmy sisters . . . 4’ 11” . . . 85 pounds. Regina sure proves the old saying " Good things come in small packages”. MARCIA CAMPISI Marcia . . . Mouse . . . Bill . . . Cas¬ sius . . . Framingham . . . lightbulbs horror shows . . . one of the Pygmy sisters . . . mysterious phone calls? . . . biggest of the littlest . . . alw r ays a joke . . . Dave who? . . . animal shoes . . . hairdo’s . . . cute and petite . camps out? . . . drive much? . . . Juni¬ per Hill . . . will make a great hair¬ dresser . . . ' III ■ mm HENRY CARUSO " Hennry” . . . producer of Hollywood plays ... A Navy man . . . Mercury convertible . . . loves to eat . . . D period . . . Who’s Gengis Kahn? . . . avid enthusiast of Modern Problems, " My Leader” . . . Will you help me fix my car? . . . Let’s go to New York and celebrate . . . Oh, those times at the beach . . . Where’s the Ice Cream Truck . . .?” ■ • :- ■ M •spill ROBERT CASEY " Bob” . . . " Bucky” . . . knows all of the Red Sox’ averages . . . sports fan . . . Casey on the trampoline . . . man¬ ages the baseball team . . . good na- tured. Sap® RICHARD CARTER " Dick” . . . Shell attendant . that snow off your window” . Ford Classic . . . nice Hi-Fi . building models interesting . enter the service in the fall . erence to the Navy- . •• DAVID CHANNELL " Stewpot” . . . one of three Windjam¬ mers . . . wants desperately t o master the " Blues” . . . pilots a plane on weekends ... a certain junior Wind¬ jammer . . . sometimes quiet, sometimes not . . . plays a wild banjo and guitar . . . football player with " strength to spare” . . . neat dresser and always well groomed. . THOMAS CASEY " Tom” . . . likes cars . . . Kinda quiet . . . food . . . " I’ll eat anything” . . . mechanically inclined . . . likes to tinker with engines . . . double take blushes easily . . . " Get serious, will ya?” . . . band . . . very industrious... STUART CHAMBERS " Chip” . . . ultra . . . blonde . . . model cars . . . traveled half way around the globe . . . good score on the rifle range . . . out-of-town trips . . . Germany ... all ears when a good joke is being told. PAUL CLAUSEN Sandy . . . sophistication plus . . . Oh, those University of Mass, weekends . . . often seen in Club 47 . . . Volks¬ wagen owner . . . rallies and navigates . . . newly-created guitarist . . . likes many kinds of music . . . ascot wearer . . . many moods and many faces . . . says what he means and means what he says . . . Peace Corps bound . . . cran¬ berry sauce sandwiches. ippsif GEORGE CHURCHILL East Natick . . . S H Green Stamps . . . friendly . . . kind of tall . . . likes the obstacle course? . . . stage crew . . . in charge of Big Bertha (the spot¬ light) ... his big Ford, good driver . . . star bowler . . . funny jokes? . . . " I’m not going to pay $.08 for a doughnut!” ... a ho-hum! WALTER CLOVER " Crash” . . . always looking for a good time . . . one of the boys . . . not too crazy about studying . . . very likeable and fun to be with . . . best of luck and success in the future. k i P l 1 L- ' . ' r- _ Pill JAMES COFFEY 4257 sharksin pants . . . likes golf, parties and steak . . . captain of the golf team . . . Hampton Beach . . . after lunch walks . . . good friend of the rebel . . . excitement . . . many friends in Framingham . . . Bound for Bentley. . vC-.-.s ' • v. C-o C y, .-.•.•WAMW.ViyA ' MWAV.V V ' . t::—. •::: x :nxc _ :x ' ... J | | KAREN COLEMAN Nice clothes . . . engaged ... a cer¬ tain Italian . . . great sense of humor . . . Kenneth’s . . . Gold Bond . . . Advanced Biology Project . . . Oh! those prep room studies ... A house in summers at Nantasket STEPHEN COLE Steve Cole . . . nice to know . . . Stop Shop . . . First National . . . trav¬ eler . . . New York City . . . the California sun . . . 50-mile hike . . . likes golf, oh those slices! . . . physi¬ cist? . . . parties . . . girls, girls, girls . . . an awake cafeteria marshall . . . wild driver . . . card games . . . Butler University. Upton Beach FRANK CONTE Frank . . . What would the track team do without him? . . . where’s my stop watch! Monday nights in the cellar . . . green Italian motor scooter . . . hates Italian food . . . Sea Surf lobster pools . . . fearless cafeteria marshall . . . you slobs, clean it up! . . . " Where’s Gettie?” . . . great sense of humor . . . can’t stay awake . . . loves parties . . . independent . . . may be¬ come a teacher . . . N.H.S.-forever. LAURIE CONWAY Cool kid . . . loves cars . . . fast driver . . . any kind of food . . . taking notes in Modern Problems . . . water skiing anybody? . . . Lake Cochituate . . . girls, girls, girls! . . . blue eyes . . . good friend . . . can’t wait to get out. JOANNE CONNELL " Jo” . • . everyone calls him Richie, but I call him Dickie! . . . secretary of the Gestapo . . . Hero of the Day . . . halfback of the G.F.T.(?) . . . witty and wacky . . . Veep of the S.C.C. . . . apostrophe! ... I don’t want any loud, boisterous noises . . . wonderful friend . . . lover of meat ball sand¬ wiches . . . I’ll give you such a hit! 36 ■ iWis BARBARA COOK " Cooky” ... a certain red Olds . . . a ’62 South Natick graduate . . . blonde hair . . . Chandler . . . Diehl’s . . . beautiful sweaters . . . " Living in a tent with orange crates.” Vvr, - X • • - v • _ 11111 - ■F { k n ' ' msxm ' tS K - : ;rrv: . M 3 Ig£ - . V: - V-5S.V ;; KATHERINE COOLIDGE " Kit” . . . intelligent . . . personality plus . . . loves sports . . . A-period I.R. . . . " Awk, Awk” . . . National Honor Society . . . state meet swimming champion . . . likes to knit a certain ski sweater . . . tennis team . . . that wild collection of cats . . . barefoot . . . great supporter of N.H.S. sports. RITA COPPELLOTTI Rita ... a loyal friend . . . good sense of humor ... a good business student . . . likes drawing and bookkeeping . . . often seen at J. M. Fields . . . favorite saying . . . " Where is thing? . . . those Glee Club periods . . . lunches of ice cream . . . difficult last name . . . interest in Bentley. ■nl» miftSs W f JOHN COTTER Twin . . . black Falcon . . . Chef’s School . . . Johnnie . . . Prom decora¬ tion committee . . . bashful . . . certain junior girl . . . Likes a good time . . . friendly . . . driver training . . . honor¬ able mention-State Fair twice . . . Jor¬ dan’s Mall Restaurant . . . Likes In¬ dustrial Arts . . . Hated typing . . . Loves pizza . . . Sleeps late Sundays. TV-.’X 3is38l ■ : V- ' ; . ' ;X.V . ' . ' .V . . WILLIAM COTTER " Bill” . . . " Willie” . . . " Wee Willie” . . . shy . . . quiet . . . always willing to help . . . likes to cook . . . Wool- worth’s ... a future chef . . . twin . . . good dancer . . . one of the " Big 5” . . . loves Italian food . . . shares a hot Falcon . . . plays a cool guitar. ssss -fc M | ' I np... . 1 ' ■m JAMES CRAIG " Jim” . . . great trackman . . . " Beo¬ wulf” . . . " Beaver” . . . Herbie, Herbie” . . . fantastic personality . . . " Hank” . . . Neetega V.P. . . . many interests . . . popular ... a certain clas s? . . . one of the boys . . . " Honor Society” . . . Nuclear Physics . . . The Three Stooges . . . " The Word” . . . great friend ... U. of Mass. Mr- miMm mm ROSS CROWD IS Ross . . . likes the girls, all of them . . . His philosophy is to " like a little of everything and a lot of something.” . . . " A P” . . . Import . . . Canada or Bust . . . likes his " 59” Ford . . . doesn’t look forward to lunch . . . Wal- friendly . . . shy. quiet WAYNE CURLEY . . quick on the comeback . . . . . sense of humor . . . gooc dull moment never a MICHAEL CUREWITZ Curewitz . . . Weathersfield . . . Zayre’s . . . crazy driver, fasten those seat belts ' 55 Dodge, swinging doors . . . reck¬ less skier, daring beginner . . . lover . . . wild horseman . . . the parties . . . Nantasket . . . card shark . . . Flex . . . co-ordinated . . . Who holds the record for most desserts and milk con¬ sumed? . . . likes history and girls, girls, girls . . . Northeastern. Ken . . . ’58 Ford . . . straight out of West Natick . . . gymnast . . . gym club assemblies . . . Thursday nights . . . love those black tights . . . Elm Farm . . . loyal friend . . . great per¬ sonality . . . very independent . . . should progress rapidly. JEAN DAVIDSON One of the few Natick High melophone players . . . subtle sense of humor . . . C period study passes . . . classical music . . . lunch, " Did you see that!” . . . pet peeve—people who try to tell her how to drive . . . Natick Shopping Center . . . weekends on the Cape . . . Wed¬ nesday nights at 7 ... cat named Ww m® 38 MARILYN DELONG " Lynne” . . . nice personality . . . good friend ... a certain Junior . . . Wal¬ lace’s . . . Filene’s cute smile . . . went wading with Sandy . . . during C Per¬ iod . . . Wilfred Academy . . . Hair¬ dressing . . . big appetite . . . plays baseball with the boys . . .?? . . • Waterskiiing in New York . . . horse¬ back . . . pudgy nose . . . incident at the beach on the bridge??? rr REGINA DeCIACCIO " Cha-Cha” . . . Beautiful long brown hair, never out of place . . . Italian food? Anytime . . . The Beatles, Ya, ya, ya . . • Hails from Somerville . . . Bowling? . . . loves to drive . . . Al¬ ways chewing gum, but never gets caught . . . Ole Cape Cod . . . Sincere . . . Did you say poetry and Literature? . . . Guidance Librarian . . . Capable secretary . . . JANET DELONG " Chicken legs” . . . Harry . . . Falcon . . . loves to sleep . . . dancer . . . likes to eat . . . but never guess it . . . hates to set hei . . . slacks . . . day off ... Foot” . . . Lots of boys . . . cute more boys . . . future secretary dislikes the idea of work . . . THOMAS DININIO " Tommy” . . . co-captain of the wrest¬ ling team ... a physics man . . . first place in the Science Fair . . . friendly . . . intelligent . . . nights at the Quar¬ termaster . . . Honor Society . . . nice build . . . quiet . . . likes to eat . . . stubborn . . . always late to class . . . M.I.T. bound . . . Science Quiz Team. mm JOHN DeLOREY Dynamic 88 Olds . . . fast o . . . came to us from B.C. ! Headed for Uncle Sam . . . one of the factory boys . . catcher? . . . always smiling ROBERT DOUCETTE . . . goes to Wellesley every . Stagecraft . . . often seen in office . . . Money lender . . . Scratch one first baseman . . . quiet . . . seems shy, but I bet he’s not . . . Duce 39 iviv.;.v. STEPHEN DOW " Stinky’’ . . . wrestler (second in the state) . . . Fred Astaire . . . pole- vault—11 feet, 7 inches . . . gets plenty of beauty sleep . . . quiet kid . . . Algebra anyone? . . . Ace . . . the Black Monster . . . football hero . . . " I like the Army! " . . . great friend . . . the Swamp ... I don’t much care . . . Newman Prep. T-sS.-X ' SSjg .y PATRICIA DRUCKER " Pat " . . . oh, those beautiful clothes . . . quiet? . . . interested in govern¬ ment work . . . avid I.R. student . . . Honor Society Tea . . . prophesied campaign manager . . . fantastic mem¬ ory . . . studious and ambitious . . . " Oh, that car!” . . . Paul Newman fan . . . Maine summers . ’. . has a cute poodle named " Pepi” . . . S.P. . . . trip to Washington . . . baseball fan¬ atic . . . kind and sincere friend. PHYLLIS DRIVER " Phyll” . . . that took enough time! . . . A-period I.R. . . . Chemistry? . . . French? ... U. of Mass . . . Co-op . . . jinx . . . loves the Cape—every summer . . . " Sir Rufus of Oakland " . . . tennis? . . . likes to sew ... a future lady politician. STEPHEN DUBOSKY " Dubo” . . . great trackman . . . co¬ captain of outdoor track . . . interest in Sophomore Class . . . tried to fix the nose of his ’56 Ford the hard way . . . coke and donuts before the State Meet . . . friendly . . . walks like a duck . . . always clowning . . . good luck charm . . . college bound. MARY ELLEN DUGGAN " Kitten " . . . lead-foot . . . beautiful red hair . . . Joe . . . always seen with one C.M. . . . cute . . . always smiling . . . F.W. Woolworth’s . . . moving head . . . white convertible . . . music yeh! . . . likes any kind of steak . . . chicken . . . Buick ... Be a sure suc¬ cess. CHARLES DUPREY " Chuckie” . . . works at Casey’s . . . likes to dance . . . monkey . . . black convertible . . . loves homework . . . food . . . girls . . . Cafeteria Marshal . . . watches the lunch line sitting down . . . ambition—diploma . . . has many friends . . . plans to go to college. 40 ASA DYE Asa . . . " Daisy” . . . shy, quiet . . . big smile . . . Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . strong . . . looks are very deceiv¬ ing . . . state wrestling championship . . . track and gymnastic star . . . some¬ one spot on the tramopline . . . " N”- Club night . . . red skunk . . . " Stinky” . . . N.H.S. will never forget him. ROBERT EVANS " Lumpy” . . . " I ' m hungry . . . usually found on the " Auzzi ’ . . . The Welles¬ ley Hill Rag Shop . . . likes to swim and water ski . . . those card games . . . " Where can we get something to eat, I ' m hungry” . . . Halloween night . . . basketball . . . good sense of humor . . . Burdett . . . " Hey there, Joe Brown” . . . small appetite. KENNETH ELINQFF " Kenny” ... a lover from way back? . . . An original Zayre employee . . . wants to own a chain of stores some day ... an excellent salesman and talker . . . " Where’s the party?” . . . card shark . . . likes skiing on the small slopes . . . Oh! that wild Nantasket weekend ... A radio repairman! . . . considerate of others and a true friend . . . " Q for cubicle.” JUDY ENO " Judy” . . . Long hair . . . pretty green eyes . . . loves motorcycles . . . doesn’t care too much for school . . . Did you do your English?? . . . C Period study . . . Always has a joke . . . Wants a thunderbird . . . Spaghetti and Pepsi . . . Car Troubles . . . Lots of fun to be with. KAREN EVERETT " Karen” . . . janitor at the Sherwood Nursery School . . . " Oh, my back!” . . . " Are you sure you brought your clothes to this laundry?” . . . often seen in M-78 . . . works at Howard Johnson’s . . . quiet until you know her . . . likes to go on band bus rides . . . Burdett bound. LINDA FAHEY One of the Linda’s beanbag . . . major¬ ette ... a very special charm bracelet . . . Neetega . . . summer at Cape Cod . . . library books? . . . pajama parties . . . Oh, that ski trip . . . Who’s that? Hyannis . . . green hair . . . Where’s your licencse? . . . trips to Boston . . . doesn’t like gym ... a real doll . . . I can’t, I have to wash my hair. 41 : . . MARY FALLON Quiet . . . sincere . . . shy . . . polite nice smile . . . plans to be a teacher . . . South Natick girl . . . many brothers and sisters . . . loyal friend . . . conscientious . . . messenger. MICHAEL A. FEELEY " Mike” . . . Friday nights with the boys? . . . Often seen with George and Tony . . . Bowling, 89.5 average . . . Particularly likes science and math courses . . . " Mouse” and Tom are great . . . National Honor Society— " Just lucky, I guess” . . . English pre¬ sents the greatest problem . . . Girls are tops, but beware he seems to think he’ll be a bachelor . . . Northeastern bound . . . Engineering . . . A .yyy. ■ : ANDREA FINE " Andy” . . . friendly . . . " What can I say?” ( . . . A Cappella . . . nice figure . . . " oh golly” . . . Chandler . . . watching Tech Tourney games in Jor¬ dan Marsh ... ’56 black and white Chevy . . . Chemistry? . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . " Hey!” . . . A.F.S. . . . donuts . . . $.99 penny candy . . . late for the early show, early for the late show! wm. SUSAN FINKELSTEIN Sue . . . " About that lisp” . . . first vice-president of Gestapo . . . picnic at Lake Boone . . . pajama parties . . . never stops talking . . . non-conform¬ ist of the five . . . beautiful eyes . . . pretty hair . . . lots of clothes editor for the school paper hard for Neetega . . . ' Hi that trip to New York . bound. • n works JOHN FENTON . Mouse . . . Fairway Sports . Girl chaser? . . . from the . . always a laugh . . . ■ ■ • ,;v m ■- ; Ur Katrink . . . Irish Lassie . . . Beautiful red hair . . . Likes ice skating . . . loves sewing and cooking . . . Seen at Woolworth ... A certain P.F.C.? . . . Army . . . Green . . . Somebody’s Irish Rose? Irish Temper . . . " Hurry up” " We ' ll be late ...” Messy locker . . . Lincoln . . . slow eater at lunch . . . " Wedding Bells. " mm i vsvm - :■ ■: : : -• mum WM m " :M mb RICHARD FOGELIN " Rick” . . . " Fody” . . . quiet in Nat¬ ick but not in New Hampshire . . . has a beautiful ”100 horse” inboard boat . . . skis every weekend . . . likes to drive . . . always has a smile and is ready for a good joke . . . Oh, so many beautiful sweaters . . . headed for Tamworth Academy. ELLEN FISHMAN El” . . . attractive . . . serious about her work . . . Honor Society . . . France ... a certain Wellesley book store . . . " unbelievable!” . . . sum¬ mer camp . . . great tennis player . . . loves the Big City . . . interested in Human Rights . . . " Will the real Wayne Jackson please stand up?” . . . Sassamon . . . V.P. of S.P. . . . college bound. JOHN FITZGERALD " Fitz” . . . Student Council ... A period . . . Leonard Morse . . . panels . . . Neetega Club . . . sincerity plus . . . loves to do the monkey . . . Honor Society . . . UN trip . . . plaid socks to stage? . . . South Pacific . . . habla espanol? Asa mm GAIL FLUMERE Gail . . . quiet . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . sincere . . . likes cooking and sewing . . . seen with two other ped¬ dlers . . . cheeseburgers . . . future plans for hairdressing ... fashion show’s . . . doesn’t like flirts . . . often seen in Chevrolet . . . walk to La-Can- tina . . . unforgettable Boston days . . . success and happiness go with you. LINDA FIRTH " Rien” . . . cute and petite . . . seen in clothesbaskets . . . Stop Shop . . . The Cape . . . Pajama parties . . . Fu¬ ture nurse . . . midnight walks . . . believes in ghosts . . . L.L.A. Choco¬ late pudding with ice cubes . . . talks in her sleep . . . love those initiations . . . party with an Air Force Platoon . . . Oh, those, crazy dreams . . . likes to eat—never guess it. KATHERINE FITZPATRICK -M. 43 ' .yj ' jy. KATHLEEN FONTAINE Kathy . . . Needham . . . Ho-Jo’s . . " What, me skip school?” " Rooty Ka zoot” . . . trampoline . . . terrific per sonality . . . E period gym . . . pe{ club . . . A’Cappella . . . loves fooc . . . Haunted Houses . . . ? Kids it the police!!! " Ain’t a big thing . . Cool it” . . . ROBERTA FORD " Ree” . . . Tons O’ Fun . . . frequent trips to Boston . . . partial to North¬ eastern . . . infectious laugh . . . ges- tapmobile • . . college bound . . . Wig- gersville . . . G.F.T. . . . " Slug-a-Bug Club” . . . Lake Boone . . . always laughing . . . Shelley OBelski he’s our man! . . ' . U. Mass. JOHN FONTECCHIO John . . . West Natick . . . Monday nights . . . quiet . . . very friendly . . . great sense of humor . . . hard worker . . . wrestling . . . Sunshine Dairy . . . hates flies . . . who spilled the am¬ monia? . . . loves football parties . . . plays wild guitar . . . own band? . . . success is within easy reach. DEBORAH FOSS " Debbie” . . . " Dearbie” . . . Benj’s sister . . . Pumkin Patches . . . every¬ body’s friend . . . beautiful eyes . . . cute . . . great booter . . . good talker . . . lunch sessions . . . sense of humor . . . trips to Lowell Tech . . . E period . . . crash ... 2 A.M.?? . . . the hor¬ ror show . . . nice clothes . . . haircuts . . . " The Swede” . . . will be a suc¬ cess. JUDITH FOSTER Sincere . . . quiet (at times) busy . . . working girl . . . to work . . . " 56 Ford” . Bomber! . . . loves horses . . . . . expert water skier . . . ian food ... no spare time to know if you can find her . . always long rides . Blonde . secretary loves Ital- . . . nice . . . will ROSALIE FORNARO " Ro” . . . " Bugs” . . . future hairdress¬ er .. . beautiful hair . . . neat as a pin . . . diligent worker in school . . . always has a good word about every¬ one . . . enjoys oral talks in English favorite saying, " Hi, Babes! nese food . . . cold hands town High ring. Water WM CLIFTON FRELIGH " Cliff’’ . . . one of the windjammers . . . poor Joe Cable . . • terriffic guitar player . . . sings like a bird . . . hot chestnuts . . . loves to eat . . . the mole . . . always has faith . . . sudden burst of laughter in tune. JOSEPH FRANCIOSE " Tommy " . . . Bosco ... ’59 Ford Convertible . . . " You mean you have a record player in your car??? . . . Jones’ . . . Benny’s . . . short, dark, and handsome . . . weekends at Hyannis . . . down at Unkies dock, anyone for waterskiiing? . . . " Pete, staying over tonight?” . . . Hockey — except senior year!!! Bosk can I use Unkies’ garage to wash my car Sunday? . . . Love last’s Year senior week . . . Weekends at RONALD FRASER " Frase” . . . " Ronnie” . . . likes to swim in the quarries and jump from trees . . . little green Nash . . . islands . . . wedding bells . . . thesis? ... a certain underclassman . . . wonderful personality . . . the Cape . . . likes to eat. I , Wm. MADELINE FRYE . . . one of a kind aBSl seen always with Mary . . . quiet till you know her . . . Do blondes rea.iy have more fun? . . . often seen downtown . . . petite . . . cute . . . nice clothes . . . great personality . . . Prince Ed¬ ward Island . . . have fun on weekends . . . headed for New York . . . B.L.T.’s. Mr STEPHEN FRIEDLAND Nice to know . . . shy, until you get to know him . . . Zayre’s toyboy . . . loves the library? . . . " Anyone for a card game? . . . " How much ya got? . . . ’59 Ford . . . reckless skier . . . off to Cornwall . . . best of success. ROBERTA FRYE " Bert” . . . the other of a kind . . . petite . . . good business student . . . seen always with Mary . . . nice clothes . . . cute . . . quiet . . . shy . . . good driver . . . partial to sisters . . . always staying after . . . Prince Edward Island . . . bound for Framingham Secretarial School . . . seen " E” period in Mr. RICHARD FRYKLUND " Rick” . . . quiet . . . not crazy about school . . . why worry? . . . has plenty of friends . . . outside interests . . . many hobbies. aflas. ■ m: wwmsin mm ■ ' ■■ .v,,,: 1; mm mm wmm mM mM m i mm Mjr ' PP I r ' W:S . wm : m • ¥ m " HM wy.v.%5,v - ■ v. dE5£ -?5?¥-:¥¥: ; iuyf wltr ' ;: : ■ Si NATALIE FULLER " Nat” ... a star of " Thieves’ Carnival” . . . " South Pacific” . . . always seems to get those love scenes . . . busy secretary of Student Council . . . very cute . . . that nose! . . . Dick . . . Royal Crown Cola? . . . born with bal¬ let shoes on her feet . . . " Faith is more than just a word” ... a genuine and warm interest in others . . . the nicest kind of friend to have. mm ip : :LiL -m ©fig WjS ;•i. - SSSi-s® rj-rtm- ■ mk ww m mm ; M V . .■was mm r " JIP I n fe : v M SHARON GANNON Sharon . . . avid sports fan . . . bowl¬ ing . . . lil bufs . . . loves Friday nights . . . Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! . . . nice smile . . . pizza and grinders . . . Federal Bank . . . " Oh, that’s easy?? " loves Friday nights . . . good business student . . . Oh, those half credits! . . . Future graduate? . . . Oh, Fiddle . . . Will miss school HAROLD GARVEY " Hal” . . . mad driver . . . anyone for skiing? . . . " tough” . . . where’s Red? . . . " I am the Greatest! ... a real lobber . . . terriffic hockey player . . . " Harvey” . . . " Come on Baby” . . . Marlborough . 1 . can really take a ribbing . . . always in on a good time . . . good buddy . . . Haunted House . . . horror shows with the boys. iM 1 ■ • v .-.w JOHN GADBOIS Johnny . . . ’55 Ford . . . " Man‘he’s the greatest” . . . saved Bruins family . . . West Natick . . . Monday nights . . . loves parties . . . finally learned how to dance . . . ambitious . . . best of friends . . . neat . . . sharp dresser . . . may be a sport’s commentator. PAUL GATELY " Kenny” . . . always seen with " Biz” . . . summers in Maine . . . " What homework?” . . . has a Modern Prob¬ lems vocabulary list . . . doodles in class . . . " The bearded bone” . . . likes to water ski . . . " The crux of the situation is” . . . can be seen sit¬ ting on a fence in West Natick. 46 : vrAV s. V As A .V.VA SV m ■m ' S ' . ■ ' ■. ■ -,:••• s ' . : -: : ::: ■••.: s ■■ ■ 3 ♦ - vr...; wm ;,::: .■» WILLIAM GLASSER " Stein” (in Ski season) . . . " Tex” (mustache season) folk-blues musician .. . . artist . . . rambler . . . poet . . . digs Dylan . . . Guthrie . . . water- skiing . . . 12-stringing . . . Turkish " pot” piping . . . Jewel. ■ SsS - ■■■ KATHLEEN GAY " Kath” . . . likes the Beatles . . . favorite color, red . . . " Who’s always arguing with a certain Driver Training teacher? . . . corned beef and cabbage . . . writes poetry . . . Army and Navy . . . Beatles scrap book . . . picking up a mid-western accent . . . German boys? . . . taxi company? . . . fun to be with. BRENT GILMAN " Brent” . . . Wethersfield Pharmacy . . . a hot V.W. . . . expert skier . . . girls . . . good looking . . . parties . . . friendly . . . sleeps in studies . . . ravenous appetite, 3 lunches. TIMOTHY GILBERT " Timmie” . . . " 75” . . . " Dewey” . . . . . . Trips . . . Most Collegiate? . . . school down south . . . self-portrait . . . " Love” . . . LKE . . . Greatest Captain ever . . . Peaches and Cream . . . Also decided on Indoor Track this winter . . . " Hi boys.” loved by all . . . had his share of trouble. PETER GAVIN " P. G.” . . . one of the newer additions to Natick High . . . often seen with the " midget” . . . likes black and white shoes, pizza, cars, and money . . . plans to go to Northeastern and major in Business Administration . . . col¬ legiate. : • £ :■ DENNIS GERBER " Eli” . . . always ready with a joke ... . great emcee . . . loves wooden soap . . . shot put . . . Hyannis in April? . . . loves football parties . . . Mr. Lieghton’s favorite . . . Green Bomb . . . Sheena! . . . Bob’s buddy . . . trips to Boston . . . University of " I” . . . French . . . extensive vocabulary . . . Gweebsie Boy . . . good friend. 47 EUGENE GLEBA Gene . . . great friend . • . Zayre . . . quiet . . . likes cars . . . the green bomb, ’50 Dodge, then a ’55 Pontiac . . . with radio . . . T.V. bug . . . skilled fisherman . . . good student . . . off to Northeastern, Business Ad¬ ministration-Management . . . Best wishes. SANDRA GREENBERG " Greenie” . . . mother instinct . . . S-OK! ... tea and English muffins . . . " Hey, are you girls-? . . . long walks . . . likes visiting sick friends . . . the rear end of Debsan . . . faints in chem¬ istry class . . . Buddy’s . . . college proms . . " I don’t see the cop!” ... all the winners . . . " Which way do I go?” . . . pdoblems? . . . candy supplier ... a ring and a watch NANCY GLOVER Nancy . . . great personality . . . nice clothes . . . always has a good joke . . . white Rambler . . . Cape Cod summers . . . First National . . . seen driving in Framingham . . . always seen with Joanne and Jackie . . . Loring Arena . . . Cambridge School of Busi¬ ness, here I come . . . will make a good secretary. DIANA GRESTY " Dinah” . . . great personality . . . Wallace’s . . . Boston-Brighton trip . . . red car with nebishes . . . pajama par¬ ties . . . sleepwalks along North Main . . . " What a funny thing!” . . . " Let’s motivate” . . . talent plus . . . those trips to art class . . . always runnnig . . . mixed-up weekends . . . Friendly ' s . . . B.G.’s . . . flat tire downtown . . . enjoys driving Triumphs. DAVID GRAHAM Dave . . . often seen in Walpole . . . shy . . . often seen but seldom heard . . . Oh Yeah! . . . plans for Navy in fall . . . ’55 Olds . . . ardent sports fan . . . isn’t too fond of books ... or teachers . . . often seen in AD-28 . . . good luck in future plans. CAROL GRILLO " Honey” . . . " Funs more fun” . . . P.G. course . . . loves to dance . . . McCory’s . . . Sagamore Beach . . . one of the gang . . . doesn t like the telephone . . . giggles . . . beautiful clothes . . . always neat . . . never on time . . . Boston . . . what a driver! . . . good friend . . . Friendly’s . . . p.j. parties . . . Italian . . . Haunted Village . . . two o’clock train. 48 ■ ' mm ■ ....... : . :: Mzsii:-. zmmmrn : ct St V CT, ; wmss PETER HALL " Big Pete” . . . listen people . . . J.C. Player of the year . . . cutest . . . " Any¬ one got a motorcycle I can use”? . . . Jones’ . . . Benny’s . . . weekends at Paul’s . . . " All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth fela” . . . " Thanks Mr. Carey for the equipment” . . . the little fullback . . . hat trick next game . . . likes to box. WILBUR HADDEN " Bill " . . . Thieves’ Carnival . . . sure, we all feel sorry for Studebaker, but who wants a brand new one? . . . the 440 in what? . . . Washington, D.C. . . . lost somebody’s $10 . . . Honor Society . . . wears turtleneck sweaters . . . one of the Seniors at Fellowship . . . always something to say. PAUL GRUPPOSO Band enthusiast . . . good scholar . . . dry sense of humor . . . many inter¬ ests . . . college bound . . . loyal friend. GERARD HALL JERALD GUNNER " Jerry” . . . curly, blond hair . . . ten¬ nis . . . long motorcycle trips . . . track refugee . . . flaming bikes . . . early morning runs . . . If at first you fail, stop! . . . likes to read . . . coffee houses and plays . . . Hopes to be a doctor or veterinarian. " Moose” . . . " unemotional” . . . punchy kids . . . good singer . . . does a lot of business with Mr. McGrath . . . good athlete . . . coffee breaks during school . . . shy . . .good sense of humor . . . likes kids . . . Who’s the funniest clown around? . . . third in line . . . pride of Public Speaking . . . " Come in and get us?” . . . SANDRA GUSTAVSEN " Sandy” . . . mischievous . . . blushes easily . . . one of the gang . . . p. • j. parties . . . " and so forth” . . . tele¬ phones . . . musically inclined . . . wild rides . . . " Oh, Kids!” . . . many flames . . . long blonde hair . . . hates homework . . . kind and helpful . . . [ • II ««T» J • . » 7 ... _ m on a diet ... a sincere and understanding friend. : : m • « ■... 49 ' ' •••. :::vv mm PETER HAMMOND . . . loves music . . . works hard girls . . . cars . . . food . . . trips good looking . . . great friend. MARGARET HARDY J " Peggy” . . . class comic . . . always the last to laugh . . . " Where’s that property?” . . . sincerity is Peg’s mid¬ dle name . . . " The little gray square. . . . accident prone . . . Neetega ski trips . . . " Who broke your nose? . . . treasurer and true supporter of Neetega Club . . . won two cases cf champagne . . . plays violin in Boston Youth Symphony . . . Framingham State. RICHARD HANNA " Richard” . . . Eber’s drug store . . . ’55 green Chevy, sharp looking . . . travel ... a long ride to New York, New Hampshire?? . . . When are you coming back Rich? . . . swimming and hockey . . . George’s lunch ... a good worker? ... a lot of fun. JOHN HARPER " Lord Edgard” . . . Matching socks . . . voted as the best actor in the Senior Class " My dear” . . . future engineer . . . great trumpet player . . . organized? . . . first senior to be accepted at college . . . snappy dresser . . . Com¬ mander Harbison ... no clutch in his car . . . versatile . . . " Anythin’ ” . . . Canadian born . . . Beatle haircut? . . . witty . . . ambition will be satisfied. ■■MP - £ N • ' ( LINDA HARRIS " Linda” . . . assistant director of " Thieves’ Carnival” . . . likes Harvard and Harvard Square . . . has a car that stops after it travels five miles . . . has so much antique jewelry . . . " So. " ' . . . takes many trips to Boston . . . likes a good argument . . . P.J. parties ' . . . home permanents . . . " Belzelebub going the Northeastern. BRIAN HARLOWE Brian joined us in the middle of the year coming from Marion High School . . . he loved parties . . . likes golf, cars, and a certain junior . . . wears his hair like a Beatle . . . resembles Ringo . . . seen with Chuck . . . head¬ ed for Northeastern. TIMOTHY HAWES " Tiny Tim” . . . football player . . . sports’ enthusiast . . . great businessman . . . future includes summer at Hampton. RICHARD HARRIS . . tall . . . quiet . . . likes fas . sophomore interests . • . . . bound for Northeastern " Rich” . cars . . pancakes PHILIP HATHORNE " Phil” . . . handsome . . . lots of fun . . . " What are ya doing tonight?” . . . " I ' m just the greatest " . . . glub! glub! glub! oh, those scuba bubbles! . . . Big Dollar Days at Seacraft . . . un¬ beatable twenty . . . Oh! those corners . . . Durell Electronics . . . jokes . . . good sense of humor . . . talkative . . . " Patches” by I. Lefter Strip . . . always seen in North Building . . . black Chevy. LAURA HAYES President, Future Teachers Club . . . Editor, literary staff, Sassamon . . . always on time? . . . Cinema . . . A-period I.R. . . . Sunday school teacher . . . National Honor Society . . . Durfee game . . . speeches? . . loves the Cape . . That midnight walk—crabs? . . . Bridgewater State College . . . great supporter of N.H.S. sports. KAREN HAYDEN Loyal friend . . . Hard worker at the Harlequin House . . . plans for the future include summer at Hampton, and Hairdressing in the fall . . . Grey con¬ vertible . . . likes to remodel clothes . . . Eric is the password . . . " Who’s the Boss”? . . . Agatha . . . Often seen in the Library . . . Can be reached via Pam’s house . . . NANCY HAYES " Nancy” . . . " Gabby Hayes” . . . talk about gullible people! . . . often seen and heard . . . oh, that summer in Maine . . . " May I have some?” . . . assistant director of " South Pacific” . . . " Really?” . . . " You’re kidding!” . . . problems on G.A.A. ski trip . . . mag¬ netic hand ... a certain twin . . . non¬ conformist . . . enthusiastic . . . headed for Westfield State College. 51 ;jv.vv • ••.NVV.NVVV Yrf .-.•.•• .. u « ' f r f wmsm ROBERT HAYES " Bob” . . . " Red Dog” . . . " 66” . . . the other half . . . accident prone . . . lineman . . . good student . . . Appen¬ dix?! . . . " Hey, not me” ... a way with the girls . . . decided on Indoor Track this year . . . " Look, don’t worry about it” . . . Officer of the " N” Club . . . member of the Student Council and Executive Board . . . Boston University bound . . . PATRICIA HEDMAN " Patty " . . . shy . . . pretty . . . Bobby Rydell fan . . . last period English . . . public speaking . . . E period gym . . . Monticello . . . nice personality . . . camping . . . loves driving . . . green eyes . . . F period study . . . " Pat” . . . physical fitness . . . wants to be a nurse . . . chemistry ... a great kid. aga E3ag.i-; s a L; m CARL HEDIN " Tinker” ... a dreamer . . . interests in Belmont . . . One of Mr. Marcoux’s boys . . . talks a lot in homeroom, A-170 . . . likes electronics . . . Went¬ worth bound . . . " lark” . . . loves Modern Problem s . . . " How did I pass the Biddlers tests? " . . . S H Green Stamps . . . Not as quiet as he looks . . . . jMgp • ' r r . •: r . W " : m. • ' m MARCIA HAYWARD Beautiful clothes . . . vacations in New Hampshire ... no one o’clock license . . . charm bracelets . . . water skis! . . . snow skis? . . . always on the go . . . seems quiet, but isn’t . . . likes anything different . . . only senior with two trolls . . . sick jokes . . . honest and sincere ... a good friend to have . . . likes only red M M’s . . . Westfield State College bound. " Rich” . . . " 63” . . . President of the Student Council ... Mr. Sarcastic . . . " How about Hyannis in February?” . . . Treats ’em like dirt . . . lost a contact on the fifty-yard line . . . unsung hero . . . Track team . . . Honor Society . . . Ivy League bound . . . Harvard . . . :VOTS m . . RICHARD HAYES SANDRA HEENEHAN Sandy . . . sincere . . . Harvard on Saturdays . . . nursing home attendant . . . bridesmaid in June . . . enjoys a good joke . . . constant tease . . . lots of fun . . . Biology prep room. v f RAMONA HEINRICH Another car? ... loves convertibles . . . always needs gas money—especially on Wednesday . . . speaks three languages . . . Natick Federal Savings Bank . . . moonlighting in the bank—but not for long . . . the only one who rides a ski tow down the hill! . . . shorthand? . . . loves long drives to the Cape. ROBERT HEWITT " Bob” . . . " Hewy” . . . " Moose” . . . terrific basketball manager . . . " Did you get the homework?” . . . trip to WBZ . . . purple-feeted elephant cake . . . likes the Beatles . . . " Get serious . . . loves Spanish and Physics ... ’58 blue Ford . . . gets as much as seven miles to the gallon! . . . headed for the University of Massachusetts. ffiM RONALD HENNIGAR " Ron " . . . quiet . . . shy . . . nice smile . . . trackman . . . works hard at any thing he tackles . . . bound for Univ. of Mass. DENNIS HIGGINS " Lardcan . . . " Den” . . . discovered the Clinton Dam . . . nicest smile . . . sincere and friendly . . . one of the Greats . . . Hey, Den, when’s your mother going away?” .• . . always on time? . . . nice looking, popular especially with the girls . . . accident prone . . . everybody’s friend . . . plans a swim to Europe this summer . . . Honk! . . . Never gets fired . . . SUSAN HOCHBERG " Hoch” . . . interests between Hull and Worcester . . . " cat eyes” . . . likes steak . . . S261 . . . rides after school . . . " Hey. are you girls-?” . . . " Wanna have the truck washed? " . . . French III? . . . " Did you call? " . . . loves Seagulls and Jaguars . . . Worcester Airport . . . sell into bond . . . walking sneakers . . . candy supplier . . . " long shortcuts” . . . " All right, who’s got the gum?” 53 " • ' . ' -• ' Si • . - W ?: • : I« .iv ii f • - • - - ss s - 5 ; •; n 5 ' .v. DOROTHY INTINARELLI Loves to dance . . . always first in style . . . spends time at Hampton Beach . . . petite . . . Good Student . . . dented fender after Parade . . . Dad’s Caddie . . . often seen in Framingham . . . Donna . . . likes sports? . . . closets of clothes, boxes of shoes . . . Ernie . . . I’ll call you. mm PAMELA HUTCHINS " Hutch” . . . Flirtatious . . . Nurse? . . . Newton-Wellesley . . . loves tc dance, sing, eat, eat, eat . . . and wfut did you do Senior week? . . . famous lingerie ...?... " I’d have a parr . but—” . . . " So what’s the story . . .?” . . . " Well, what about it” . . . PATRICIA HUGHES " Patti” . . . " Weed!” . . . " Petunia” . . . Florida . . . summer at 61 aya bubba . . . Jordan Marsh . .. . parties . . . a certain P.J. party . . . flirt . . . a C.B.I. girl . . . Seabrook? . . . one-third . . . Roland’s . . . mid-night Masses in Boston . . . Vabu . . . how many letters? . . . " Just wait a half an hour so I can dry my hair.” . . . trooper . . . swabbies . . . Dental Hygenist . . . beautiful smile. DOUGLAS HORKA " Doug” . . . indoor and outd oor track . . . " Honk” . . . likes SCUBA, folk music, auto racing . . . headed for Norwood — ended on Cape . . . ex¬ cellent swimmer . . . driving ability questionable . . . will attend Columbian Prep . . . hopes to attend a service academy . . . speaks Spanish (?) flu¬ ently . . . goes water skiing with Tom and Ted . . . enjoys eating . . . very witty at times. KATHLEEN HORTON " Kathi” . . . Puerto Rico . . . B.C. ' . . . Elizabethan? . . . Spanish . . . loves the Beatles . . . allergic to everything . . . Horton Hatches the Egg . . . athletic . . . Babson . . . Sunday driver . . . always sleepy . . . wooden rings . . . ambitious . . . future teacher . . . White¬ horse Beach . . . long talks about noth¬ ing . . . trips to Cape Cod . . . A’Cappella . . . East Natick. ELLEN HURVITZ New York . . . neat dresser . . . quiet . . . Camp Birchbrook? . . . partial to the name Smith? . . . beautiful eyes . . . wants to be a secretary . . . typing expert . . . teddy bear? . . . smart . . . Business Service Club . . . friendly . . . modeling school . . . " Sure!” . . . Queen’s College? . . . likes " Rich” people . . . woman driver. ■m® m J - ' ' ••I! ■ S3! W m L- - n W --- MICHAEL IVIS " Mike’’ . . . loves lifting those weights . . . all sorts of them . . . quiet, but quite a mind . . . avid C.C.D. member . . . 212 . . . West Natick . . . many friends. MARY GAIL IPPOLITO ... Horror shows . . . What can I say?” . . . coo . . . coo . . . always laughing? . . . pretty clothes . . . those big, blue eyes . . . Fords . . . One of the stars of " Thieves’ Carnival " . . . Never a dull moment when Mary Gail is around . . . Ashland . . . Those P.J. parties . . . What’s in your pocket- book? PHILIP IRVING " Phil” . . . very active in sports . . . basketball manager . . . track . . . short haircut . . . good sense of humor . . . bound for Springfield . . . ROBERT JANIAK " Bob” . . . likes science fiction stories . . . " Sam” . . . Scuba Dive . . . hopes to join Peace Corp . . . Casey’s man . . . small appetite . . . hates school . . . lunches . . . Likes Egar Rice . . . Burrows . . . Skin . . . better known as Lilly at Casey’s Diner . . . quiet- (at times) ... he can take a real ribbing . . . Northeastern Bound. MICHAEL IZOR " Mike” . . . class clowm . . . pool . . . Vermont . . . Hey . . . Drut? . . . Good shot Lumpy? . . . A’Cappella . . . " Johnson State . . . Here I come” . . . I hate all— . . . remember that double ANN JENNINGS " Annie” . . . President of YWCA . . . nursing . . . safety patrol . . . quiet . . . enjoys chemistry? . . . baseball team . . . New Hampshire . . . lookout . . . Newton Wellesley . . . Future Nurses Club . . . professional singer . . . hockey games . . . steak and pizza. ROY JOHNSON Gym club . . . unfortunate injury . . . drives a ' 63 maroon Corvair . . . interest in the class of 66 . . . Fabulous front handsprings . . . open house at Roy’s . . . loyal DeMolay member ... an apple on Mr. Collins’ desk? :: ■ x : : MARJORIE KANE " Marge” ... a certain moving Van from ’64 . . . Cocoa at lunch time . . . hair¬ cutting sessions . . . trips to Boston . . . likes long walks . . . great philosopher . . . objective . . . always barefoot . . . good listener . . . Children’s Hospital. CLARA JONES Honor Society . . . 9 L . . . A’Cappella . . . satisfaction in thinking . . . that summer on Cape Cod . . . Senior thesis —D. H. Lawrence . . . P. F. Middlesex - Mendon . . . Chemistry 31 (10) . . . L.Y.N. ... a hard worker for the Morse Institute—to remember all those card catalogue numbers—wow! RICHARD KARCHER " Rick " . . . likes cars . . . very gullible . . . witty . . . sharp dresser . . . kinda quiet ... in school . . . those nights at G.M. strip . . . " coffee?” . . . interest in the Class of ’65 ... do all men pre¬ fer blondes? . . . Lots of desire. ROSEANNE KARLIN Rosie” . . . " Hi” . . . New London . . " tighten your seatbelts” . . . lively . . Jordan Marsh . . . potato chips . . . l.U. . . . French Club ... ice cream . . chemistry . . . USY . . . scholarship SUSAN KATZ Came to us from Ithaca this year . . . the jalopy . . . terrific pianist . . . sin¬ cere . . . Northeastern . . . witty . . . guitar ... a wonderful friend . . . cow¬ boy . . . loves to read . . . chef . . . conscientious student . . . wonderful smile . . . Honor Society. • JOAN KENT Plenty of get-up-and-go—wedding bells . . . business honors galore . . . Honor Society . . . much respected . . . level headed . . . sincere . . . good orator . . . friendliness is her middle name. SUSAN KAUFMAN ’Kauf” . . . vivacious . . . pretty . . . bubbles with energy . . . " Mups” . . . loves drawing, dancing, laughing, walk¬ ing, talking and elephants . . . " You left your painting where?” . . . Sheila? . . . J. Henry C. . . . always helping . . . Honor Society Veep . . . can keep a secret . . . many brothers. PETER KAUFMAN Many talents . . . musical ' . . . Honor Society . . . tennis captain . . . friendly . . . will make a fine representative for American Field Service . . . best of luck abroad. JAMES KILEY Jimmie . . . " Rump” . . . Captain of the Hockey and A.A. Teams . . . Most valuable player in the Framingham Game . . . Great in Geometry . . . has gone everywhere ... led the league in at least one department . . . lifts weights . . . extremely prompt with his pictures . . . Has wrecked all cars but his own . . . One of the boys . . . £ DONALD KIMBALL " Don” . . . works at the Cinema . . . dislikes typing . . . great kid . . . friendly personality . . . member of the Tennis team . . . often seen at Wallace’s . . . " a well you see . . .” many sopho¬ more interests . . . loves to eat . . . What happened on your pink slip . . . ???... White Cliffs after the prom ... 57 ...Mi: .. ' - wSm£ V 2rJi!vS ' X vf • ' • ' :: :?; : v . ; .V .■Sf ' (8 MwrnM • 3f f ■ft. I ,.:W ’ • •: v ! ! T.? ’ - . Si ' Wjm ft ' }. I’’ ' ■ ' r!‘ ■ ■ ; ' . : ' • :V:-: lliiditHH . • : - ■.v:-:-:-.n :-x. . I ■ mvi ’■Bill” . shy . . . luck. WILLIAM KINDL . . seldom heard from . . . likes a good time . . . best of ' " • ' ■ ' ' I.VAVi ' ivvI ' vyA’ • ■ ' ' ■ mmm. HI ■XfWMOWKC’Ji ' iV r v Ip $ x : : .j? 5£: :S v: ::o ; JKv Ts ‘ $m mm A. . ; :-il m LINDA KLEIN " Kleinie” . . . Let’s go to Brewsters! ... ’54 Black Ford Convertible ... 4 on the floor? . . . parties . . . jokes . . . coke . . . Natick Federal Savings Bank . . . one of the guys . . . part time job at the post office . . . " Tango”. PRISCILLA KLEIN ' " Kleinie " . . . jokes . . . Brewsters! . . . oral book reports? . . . where there is a will there is a way . . . homework? . . . Natick Federal Savings Bank . . . parties? What parties! ... air mail let¬ ters! . . . cars—55 Pontiac—then a convertible! Hkl 3 L WmM o5:iS}S: mmm isias J. - Osl? • i | NORMAN KNIGHT " Scott” . . . Head of the cheerleaders . . . " 55” . . . Captain of the outdoor track . . . B.U. a great football player . . . nice car and nicer boat . . . decided on Indoor Track his senior year . . . Best Build . . . One of the boys. JULIE KORENBERG " Jule” . . . beautiful hair . . . snapping eyes . . . talented pianist . . . artistic . . . loves French . . . reads everything . . . witty . . . champions many causes . . . off to McGill in Montreal . . . those interns are lucky! ■ • fiftf Wp . ISiillr !- I v ' • ' X v. ' - -r v-• -•;; ' 111 MARK KRIGER ’Hey, listen to my new theory on . . . ' . . . J’s legs . . . forever getting lost . . intellectual . . . those early-mornin. walks . . . likes a good time, if he stay: awake . . . eager student . . . " Some thing’s wrong with my racket” . . stimulated by field trips. Jp S- U ’% §■ mi JwSscVit 1 : v. ' mmm ■ r m CHARLES LAVERS " Charlie” . . . Likes sweaters . . . Fast cars . . . S H Green Stamps . . . sophomore interest . . . School of Ac¬ counting at Bentley . . . Bobby Vee records . . . likes to sing . . . Sailing . . . Wallaces . . . hates to dance . . . pretty blue eyes . . . weight lifting . . , likes to read . . . football . . . eating . . . quiet — with strangers . . . FRANCISCUS LAMAITRE " Lemontree” . . . the gunner " peoples’ choice” . . . Monk . . . is your pick-up truck? . . . E-] M.P. planonl 2 physics as a liveli . . . loves to spin a yarn . . . greai ter . . . tallest, by far . . . " You all that on your diploma?” . . . He CHRISTINE LANGLOIS is” . . . Snow Queen ' . . . coffee dance, dance, dance . . . Miss G. C. modeling . . . poise, popularity, iness . . . beautiful clothes . . . al- neat . . . Lincoln convertible . . . ind black . . . " Where’s my sister?” future in fashion . . . nurse’s aide . Junior Prom Princess . . . the :les men—not boys, please . . . NORMAN LECOINTRE " Norm” . . . Bow and arrow . . . great gymnast . . . one of the guys in 122 . . . sharp dresser . . . Senior week . . . loves the lake . . . has been seen with¬ out a knife . . . had a little trouble getting in . for everyone nounce that? scooter RUSSELL LEAVITT " Russ” . . lots of fun . . . what did you get? . . . anyone hear of my college? . . . hardworker . . . great talker . , . always on the run SUSAN LEFEBVRE " Sue” . . . tiny . . . Vermont . . . book¬ keeping . . . Lowell Tech . . . Framing¬ ham Prom . . . drill team . . . Canobie Lake ... St. Patrick’s Day . . . Black RALPH LEFTER " Ralph’ . . . fabulous . . . blue . . . ham sandwich . . . arena . . . Framingham? . . . great Cafeteria Marshall . . . hardly seen with a book . . . " Who does home¬ work? . . . always has a good joke . . . noiseless red and white convertible . . . likes wild music . . . ping-pong . . . " Who likes B.L.T. ' s? " ... a great kid. MARY LEONE " Mary " . . . good student . . . Stop Shop worker . . . likes to sew . . . cook? . . . avid sports follower . . .• Plans to leave Natick for parts unknown . . . January ’65 will enter the Wacs to help protect our country . . . often seen sit¬ ting on Rosie front steps . . . also seen bombing around in a two-tone Green Chevy . . . MICHAEL LEONE " Mike " . . . great chemist . . . pow . . . great time that week after graduation . . . Iron bars . . . seen in a nice Chevy . . . sophomore interest . . . one of the wild ones . . . loves tea? . . . nice build . . . Peter, Paul and MIKE!! JOAN LESLIE " Joannie " . . . cute . . . very sincere . . . glasses ... a flirt . . . the many " Bobs” . . . " Bunny Talk " . . . ah, folk music . . . my harmonica and little lamb chop . . . long bike trips . . . loves to ride horses . . . Sports cars . . . pizza! . . . ice cream cones . . . Friendly’s . . . " Totem Pole” . . . get serious . . . what are you, soft? . . . Let’s check it out . . . First National . . . great person. HOWARD LEVIN " Buzz " . . . Weathersfield . . . nice to know . . . bridge player . . . good bowl¬ er, sometimes . . . terrific golfer? . . . potato chips, pop, and the Beatles bop! . . . little blue bomb . . . Bzzz . . . U. of Mass. . . . math major . . . best wishes. CYNTHIA LEWIS Will aways be remembered as the short¬ est girl in the class . . . horrible sense of direction ... a future teacher . . . makes many of her own clothes . . . needs two pillows to see over the steer¬ ing wheel ... a friendly Safety Patroler . . . has the first seat on the bus reserved. 60 JEANNE LOCKARD " Jeanne” . . . quite a little flirt . . . likes boys, but what normal girl doesn’t? . . . likes to hang around . . . hates homework ... St. Patrick s Drum Corp Color Guard . . . " Pat” . . . MARY LOFTUS t " Hi!” . . . cute . . . friendly . . . beauti¬ ful brown hair . . . Wellesley . . . interests . . . Newton Junior College . . . a certain boy . . . loves to eat . . . Wallace’s . . . fried clams . . . Ho-Jo’s . . . drive-in movies . . . nice clothes . . . summer fun . . . Provincetown? . . . rides to Duxbury . . . school? . . . shorthand? . . . loves to dance . . . lots of fun to be with. JOHN LOOMIS " The Cavity” . . . works at Stop Shop . . . aims a motor scooter . . . con¬ stantly with Paul . . . World’s Fair . . . loves basketball . . . Food, food, food . . . water skiing and boating . . . always busy . . . many friends . . . great planner . . . goal is to be an archi¬ tect . . . plans to attend Syracuse University. PAMELA LOSCO " Pam” . . . known for flirtatious laugh . . . " No, do you?” . . . Honor Society . . . " Monkey, anyone?!!! . . . wiggle wobble ... 101 ways to beat the blues . . . levis . . . UMass in the fall . . . loves any and all food . . . beautiful clothes . . . often seen pushing a green car??? . . . bubbly and vivacious . . . KENNETH LOWDEN " Ken " . . . " Speedy” . . . Football . . . one of the " guys” at first lunch . . . lots of friends . . . headed for Northeastern . . . hopes to become an officer in the U. S. Navy . . . About those staties down the Cape . . . Football games at Cole Bowl . . . winning smile. JOAN LYNCH " Cookie” . . . blue eyes and? hair . . . Hi there . . . collects unemployment . . . Brewster’s every night . . . loves food, clothes, parties, and parties . . . likes boys, but who doesn’t? . . . " Beano” . . . Oh! those weekend parties . . . Where’s Fontaine and Klein? . . . Green Pontiac . . . neat . . . cute . . . come on! 61 ' :x |g||§|p|3 . ■:« •y. ' .oyy.y-y. :- •: :;f " ' MARTHA MABARDY Always willing to help . . . part owner of a certain camel . . . friendly . . . sincere . . . conscientious . . . seems quiet . . . cackles . . . Martha’s taxi service . . . drives a gray Ford ... a true friend . . . ' This kills me!” HARRIET MABARDY " Harri” . . . partial to the Coast Guard . . . one of the troopers . . . drives a white Mercury . . . loves convertibles . . . one of the few ' girl C.B.I.’s . . . summers at Plum Island . . . mid-night Masses in Boston . . . Roland’s . . . one-third . . . Dunkin Donuts . . . Seabrook . . . likes mashed potatoes and gravy for dessert! . . . animal. NICHOLAS MABARDY Alias " A hab” . . " Nickie” . . . Alias " A hab” . . . Rides a camel instead of a cow ' . . . Friendliest . . . Likes to imitate people . . . Let’s the others chose his girlfriends . . . Has a funny laugh ”Yuk, YUK” . . . Always willing to help others . . . Sincere . . . Member of the Gestapo . . . Friendly handshake . . . Oh, those studies . . . Always keeps things hopping . . . half of the nicest set of twins . . . david macgregor David . . . Earl . . . Duke . . . Co- Captain of Basketball Team . . . neat dresser . . . partial to a certain meatball . . . P.W. . . . nervous around girls? . . . Sniff it . . . Saturday nights with the boys . . . often seen in front of Jone’s . . . Senior WeeK!! . . . Headed for St. Anslem’s . . . sure to find suc¬ cess . . . iH :V. ' y7N DOROTHY MAHANEY " Dottie” . . . beautiful red hair . . . lovely smile . . . nice manners . . . sense of humor . . . hard worker . . . clothes. MARILYN MAFFEI " Muff” . . . treasurer of the vicarious four . . . New Jersey . . . nurndy . . . nice clothes . . . B.C. . . . likes pepper on telephone booths . . . Harvard . . . Marlborough Street . . . New York . . . plans to be a teacher ... La Cantina . . . Bongo drums and poetry. ANDREW MAHANEY " Andy” . . . fisherman ... be enthusiast . . . tall and handsome likes to dance . . . hearty laugh cars . . . girls . . . food. x:: xcx x x«x»c-xoo: ELAINE MARCO Cute . . . " Lucky 11” . . . the Big Switch . . . Wayland . . . Trips to Cambridge . . . Potato Chip Sand¬ wiches . . . Cottage in Humarock with the twins . . . One of the sisters . . . B-period Romper Room . . . U.S. His¬ tory classes . . . Woodlands ; . . What’s that mean? . . . Secrets . . . Green Bread . . . Army . . . French . . . My Guy . . . J.B.L. the Big V. . . . July 4th . . . fX-vy. CHARLOTTE MAHON Can be seen in a blue Fiat . . . " You nasty nat!! . . . future Zin Bethume . . . Peace Corp . . . Knowm for excellent vision . . . pink cheeks and red nose . . avid reader . . . during learned to cook in Chem Personality and then some nurses aid . . . cute . . E period . . , quick under the bed ■ Xvyx: os . . . " We went there” . . . " forget it” . . . the t to see Liz and Richard hidden tape recorders . . . ir is real” ... a certain )ves earrings . . . " D” day dls Beach . . . interests in " definitely” . . . Sturbridge 63 CAROLYN MARSHALL " Gay’’ . . . Mr. Filledes ' s right hand man . . . Pinocytosis . . . Grand Prize . . . Merit Scholar . . . " Gaybug” . . . benign . . . Harvard . . . Polka Dots . . . ambush . . . Peter Bono . . . no-doze . . . very intelligent . . . beauti¬ ful clothes . . . cries over mice. DAVID MARTIN " Dave” always a smile . . . ready to lend a hand . . . First National . . . cars . . . " For crum sake " . . . " Mr. Calhoun”. ROBERT MARSHALL " Bob” . . . study? Who? Me? . . . Cafeteria Marshall . . . lots of fun . . . nice smell . . . good friend . . . should go far. LINDA MARTIN Linda Mae Moose . . . " she’s a real true friend” . . . sponsor of the girls’ birthday parties . . . Red Cake . . . Twin sister ... at the other end of the line . . . M.C.P. . . - ’Let’s G 0 Natick " . . . Always giving a warm shoulder to lean on . . . " The mad, Mad, . . RITA MARSO " Dimples " . . . great sense of humor . . . fun to be with . . . " Little Devil” . . . nice clothes . . . Dave . . . " I’m getting a car!” . . . " Do you feel gooood?” . . . beautiful eyes and pretty hair . . . can ' t wait to get out . . . off to work next year . . . will make a good secretary. WILLIS MARTIN " Andy " . . . not crazy about school . . . Stop Shop . . . quiet? . . . " Smoky” . . . What happened at Stop Shop Christmas party? . . . What about the Class Picnic? . . . interested in science . . . no worries . . . lazybones . . . there’s always tomorrow . . . loves to eat . . . skiing. 0 : TiTnflrv k : : richard McCarthy Scotty . . . radio shack . . . flyboy . . . " He don’t like my altitude” . . . seen on weekends at Malboro Airport . . . Now how could I get a cub down on the ball field . . . loves to sing . . . " South Pacific” ... a " cap” . . . low voice . . . architect . . . Kent State . . . Industrial Arts Fair . . . Mr. Swift s class . . . never missed lunch with the boys. JOHN McELENEY " Jack” . . . humorist . . . shoe sales¬ man . . . great friend . . . loyal rooter for N.H.S. . . . likes the girls . . . roguish twinkle in the eyes. SHI mm i-: mmm? JAMES MCDONALD " Jim” . . . great sports fan, . . . loves to eat . . . doesn’t like to dance . . . good friend . . . always smiling . . . loves baseball . . . stamp and coin col¬ lector . . . good natured ... off to join Air Force . . . BARBARA McEVOY Barb . . . Great Scott . . . Captain of Bay State Champs . . . cutest Prom Queen . . . always a smile for everyone . . . future . . . July plans . . . POG . . . headed for Chandler . . . " 55” . . . " Come on, kids . . . Friendly, sincere and sweet . . . " SMILE” . . good Government Day Representative . . . a heart of Gold . . . ANDREA McGEE Candy . . . sweet as her name . . . . . . bubbly laughter . . . mugly and sugly . . . Cape Cod summers . . . Colombo Chemistry capors . . loves walking—anywhere . . . turquoise eyes . . . the Easter bunny ... a kind word for everyone . . . artistic ambitions for the future. ANDREW MCGINNIS Great friend . . . Quartermaster . . . Intelligent + . . . Science Quizz team captain . . . Research projects . . . Those long trips . . . Lake George . . . Bridge + Chess player . . . Good golfer, edu¬ cated hook . . . Washington trip . . . sweet . . . enjoys good company and fun . . . Loves to drive Plymouth Belve¬ dere . . . Harvard . . . 65 ROBERT MCGOVERN " Bob” . . . nice guy . . . fine manners . . . popular with all . . . never an un¬ kind word . . . pleasant to know . . . many interests in school and out. JOHN MCGRATH " Jack” . . . " Irish” . . . Good friend . . . " Tough as nails?” . . . " Lumpy’s buddy” . . . Let’s play cards . . . 2:30 A.M. . . . Well known last name . . . Loves to sleep . . . Bermuda on a scooter? . . . " Blue dart” . . . Fitchburg bound . . . " Squash” . . . " It’s your fault Mike’s Mad” . . . Head cafeteria marshall. si DAVID " David!!!” . . , Chevy Impala McGOWEN " Dave” . . Black . . Quiet member of the class . . . never know what he’s thinking or planning . . . " Seen Steve . . .?” MICHAEL McHUGH " Mike” . . . quick temper . . . one of the boys” . . . cheerful . . . outside in¬ terests . . . not crazy about school . . . many friends. CAROL MCGRATH Carol . . . " silly” . . . constantly laugh¬ ing .. . knows someone who is perfect . . . Brewsters . . . " Hey kids” . . . pretty eyes . . . nice clothes . . . loads of fun . . . where there is a party, there’s Carol . . . long, natural hair . . . studies hard?? ... a good story teller . . . Framingham . . . loves to eat . . . triple lunches. NEAL McKEOWN " Quiet” . . . retiring . . . baseball is his first love . . . sports fan . . . good friend . . . hard worker . . . good looking. 66 WALTER T. MCMAHON ' Tom” . . . Natick Trust Company . . . Cars . . . Corvettes ... 3 Accidents . . . 1 Ticket for speeding on Harvard Street . . . Plans to become a State police¬ man??? . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . A-period . . . Tall, Blond Blue¬ eyed and Handsome . . . Food . . . Cafeteria Marshall . . . likes to lift weights . . . Ya, Ya senior week. ROBERT MIMS North Natick ... a good friend . . . cross country . . . loves Spanish? . . . Bull Frogs!! . . . swim in a pond . . . those out of town interests . . . Meth¬ odist Youth Conventions . . . ’57 Chevy wagon, those joy rides . . . Math Major . . . Bridgewater State College. FREDERICK MILLER " Ted” . . . the Bannie . . . Route 91 . . . tennis . . . " Kinks” . . . cute . . . President of the South Natick Rifle Club . . . plays a mean horn . . . The Kitchen at the Cape . . . skier . . . " Want to fly my plane?” . . . French . . . Norwich bound. DONALD MERSQN " Merse " . . . Donald the Merson in Person . . . " revolve” . . . Likes wild times . . . cars . . . Corvettes ... a three-year track man . . . food . . . girls . . . well known among the girls . . . very witty . . . never a dull moment . . . neat dresser ... fun to be with . . . Navy . . . good dancer . . . Hi-fi . . . bamboo curtain. DOROTHY MITCHELL " Dottie” . . . green . . . green . . . nurses aide . . . sure . . . quiet . . . OH! those New Hampshire days ... a great worker . . . spaghetti . . . those long long walks . . . the window incident . . . who listens on the extension??? . . . who got locked down in the cellar? . . . Hopes to become a Registered Prac¬ tical Nurse . . . RONALD MONACO " Ronny " . . . Billis in South Pacific . . . pizza man from way back . . . " The great lover” . . . Harry . . . mod¬ esty is the best policy . . . advanced biology . . . Boston, New York and points west . . . Unbelievable! . . . piccilos . . . World’s Fair! ... on the dunes at Nauspet . . . you clod . . . Wanna double ... no more liability insurance . . . crash. 67 ELIZABETH MORRILL " Betsy’’ . . . freckle queen . . . quiet? . . . until you get to know her . . . " sisters” . . . chocolate cake . . . frappes . . . two piece . . . flat tire . . . shorthand . . . big eater, but nice . . . shape ... a Boston girl ... a joker . . . hates Saturday . . . 3 to 6 . . . educated bum? . . . Last of the big spenders! . . . " C period study . . . wow! . . . 1920 hair do. ANN MORRIS Petite . . . cute . . . talkative . . . outside interest . . . John . . . diamond for graduation . . . always seen with Paulette and Lynda . . . anyone going outside for lunch? . . . twin brother . . . ”56 " Chevy . . . friendly . . . blue eyes . . . Oh! those Friday nights. EDWARD MORRIS " Eddie” . . . beautiful eyes . . . Margie . . . wonderful personality . . . one of the shortest cafeteria marshalls . . . always seen with Karl . . . twin sister Ann . . . loves steak . . . early riser 3:30 A.M. . . . George . . . Black Bomber . . . What an appetite!!! . . . seems quiet, but isn’t . . . dislikes study¬ ing . . . Number 41. LINDA MORRIS Cute . . . California bound . . . way-out dancer . . . overnight sessions . . . wonderful personality . . . outside interest . . . Bill . . . always talking . . . any mail today? . . . outside lunch . . . always seen with Ann and Paulette . . . a nice person to know. BRENDA MOSHER Remember D.B.T. . . . " Does she or doesn ' t she?” . . . well informed boy scout . . . twin blouses . . . Rebels . . . constantly with Carol . . . Boston Arena and hockey . . . Need- ham (?) ... The Big ’P” . . . " Not me!” . . . Surf Nantasket ... a certain tank driver . . . neat dresser . . . great friend . . . ROBERT MOSTECKI " Mo” . . . Mouse” . . . Bob . . . shy with girls . . . " wild? driver . . . expert sound man . . . airplane sounds . . . ”D” period Math . . . Cafeteria . . . Milk in wine glasses . . . track . . . great dancer . . . that famous slide rule . . . Maybe priesthood ... all around comed ian . . . Bitter physics . . . Northeastern. 68 THOMAS MULLANEY " Tom” . . . one of the all time greats . . . sincere friend . . . not to much of an interest in school or homework . . . black and white Chevy . . . quite a bomber . . . " Oh Ma avid sports follower . . . down by the net behind the light . . . Tackle for the football team . . . JOAN MULLEN Twin . . . Cute . . . Ken . . Anyone for Connecticut this weekend . . . Air Force . . . The Big Switch . . . April 1st Fool . . . Trips to Cambridge . . . New sister . . . weekend cottage . . . explanations . . . 10:15 lunch . . . B period . . . break . . . G period talks . . . Holyoke • . . cake machines . . . frappe fights . . . likes the French . . . Dear Abby . . . ”56” . . . broken down blue chevy . . . Watch! PRISCILLA MULLEN Chriss . . . " Twin” . . . " Oh. Mr. Culhane”!!! . . . G Period . . . Maynard . . . Tommy . . . Holyoke . . . April 1 . . . the other big switch . . . Saturday Nights . . . Midnight Walks . . . B period coffee breaks . . . chocolate milk and sour pickles . . . patches . . . The Big Secrets . . . Mexico . . . Two for the weekend . . . " Oh! There goes a bike” . . . Nantasket rider. RICHARD MUNYON " Dick” . . . great worker at First National??? ... ’57 Chevy convertible . . . sophomore interests at Marion . . . everything is cars to him . . . often seen at Wallaces . . . likes Italian food . . . off to Wentworth next year. JEAN MURPHY Crisco” . . . blond hair and blue eyes . . . partial to the name Bob . . . Where’s your class ring? . . . T-Chiz . . . Hockey games . . . unexpected guest . . . How did your boots get in the hall? . . . Mt. Snow ' . . . Many charms . . . collects rings . . . blue . . . hospital . . . " Guess What? " . . . Cape Cod . . . Safety Patrol . . . college bound . . . PAULETTE NAPOLI " Chic " . . . talkative . . . loads of fun . . . alw ' ays seen w ' ith Ann and Lynda . . . New York . . . outside interest . . . Vic . . . outside lunch . . . alw ' ays late for English . . . different hair styles . . . always laughing . . . seen in So. Natick . . . 69 MICHAEL NAPOLITANO An Italian Greek . . . likes homeroom period . . . popular . . . can be found at the Coolidge Basketball court . . . likes wild parties . . . very jumpy at graduation rehearsal . . . Wentworth Institute . . . A P . . . homeroom period . . . Ah-yup. 5 ::,S: m l. " - ■: ■ - vc-vx - fv-VAyXv.; STANLEY NELSON Stan . . . ’52 Dodge . . . punny always seen at parties . ; . Bi bound . . . sharp dresser . . . note leaving small parking spots . . . cheeesburgers and milk with sugar looking forward to Senior Week possesses a friendly smile . . . farewells . . . ’’What I do?” ■OC-X-.y . JAMES RICHARD NATION " Rickie” . . . known by all . . . loved by all . . . famous " " witch” laugh . . . " What happened in assembly”? . . . one of the fela’s . . . Varsity letter winner . . . great in football . . . sincere in every way . . . loyal supporter ... to what? . . . " Let’s go haunt houses”! . . . Remember Halloween . . . " Buda” . . . our little leader” . . . loves to eat . . . may take a P.G. course next year . . . PAUL NEVILLE " " Paul” — " Spick” . . . Ultra . . . One of the boys . . . the quarries . . . freckles ... oh! Those golden locks of hair! . . . looking forward to June 7 . . . License (?) ... Always a joke . . . Wonderful personality . . . Athletic supporter ... a certain Sophomore . . . Parties . . . food . . . parties . . . girls . . . parties. DAVID NEWCOMB " Muggsey” . . . dislikes the Nar real witty . . . Fun to be with great tape recorder . . . Newk . . of the stooges . . . fast car ... 5- . . . a certain pair of shorts . . . C Dam . . . C-period gym class buddies . . . that Christmas tree A real great guy. BARRY NEWMAN " Frog” . . . avid model flyer . . . the burp . . . " Down with Caddies’’ . . . Oh! those trips to Brookline . . . friendly . . . loves food ... a gentleman . . . " Someone lend me some money” . . . lover . . . can’t stand noisy girls . . . " Hi! there” . . . scholar? . . . " Any parties tonight, huh?” . . . good dancer . . . quiet . . . fast white Pontiac . . . a true and loyal friend. BONNALEE NICHOLS " Bonnie” . . . Hawaii . . . organist . . . a giggle you can recognize down the hall ... a certain flutist ... an original Southerner . . . P.B.? . . . cried over her hamsters . . . only band member revived by a Milton policeman . . . anything daring . . . surfer . . . dances in the strangest places . . . college bound . . . food poisoned? . . . SALLY NOLAN " Shrimp” . . . likes to do things she can’t do . . . can’t sew a button . . . the best things come in little packages . . . jumble mumbles . . . future Beatnik . . . Provincetown . . . separated from Pat . . . mistaken for another especially by a certain tea cher . . . who takes trips to water fountain . . . puzzles . . . Stop Shop . . . U.N. and World’s Fair . . . Bobby Rydell’s picture . . . Framingham. A. m LESLIE NOLD Cute . . . sweet ... in love . . . wants to be a nurse . . . always busy . . . good things come in small packages . . . car trouble, anyone? ... a real, super-fine person . . . friendliest . . . most fun. CAROL O’BRIEN % " Moose” . . . Harvard boys . . . Cape Cod . . . Oh, my brakes! . ' . . Stop Shop . . . Often seen in clothes baskets . . . petite . . . speaks a different language . . . water grapes. DIANNE O’DONNELL " Dede” . . . " Deets” . . . Student Council Treasurer . . . busy, busy, busy . . . unique sincerity . . . the truest kind of friend . . . Tracy . . . trips to New York . . . On a horse? . . . demented . . . Better late than never . . . " Judy” . . . has stolen the heart of all of Natick High . . . Will someday find that place over the rainbow. 71 IfiSp I ' JUDITH O ' HARE " Jude” . . . beautiful eyes . . . Marion High’s loss is our gain . . . OH! that smile . . . top of everyone’s list . . . counts calories ... up to ten or so . . . loves hot fudge . . . can ruin a tape recorder when necessary . . . good time . . . ”1 hope so!” Chandler bound . . . JUDITH O’NEILL " Judy” . . . " Ude” ... At State House in summer . . . Univ. of Mass. . . . banana splits . . . G.A.A. .. . staff editor Sassamon . . . cokes and chocolate chip cookies . . . likes sports . . . basketball . . . softball . . . skiing . . . Honor Society . . . loyal rooter. JACQUELINE OLENICK " Jackie” . . . everyone’s friend . don’t have another like her . wish we did . . . sticky’s . . . " He} busy?” . . . capable . . . kind affectionate . . . many talents. MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN " Mike” . . . Wants to have a motor- cycle . . . Hopes to be a forest ranger . . . Likes to fool around . . . Public speaking class . . . Has a friend on the Faculty ... Is acquainted with the Natick Penal System . . . Wants to join the Marines? ... A broken nose. CAROL O’REGAN " Giggles” . . . shorthand cheer . . . beautiful eyes . . . onion rings and subs . . . " Captain Dans” . . . vivacious . . . always has a joke to tell . . . Newburgh, New York . . . hubcaps . . . surprises . . . " Oh, know-I forgot my slip!” . . . President of a certain fan club . . . Medical secretary . . . pet peeve—conceited boys . . . five ten . . . strawberry sundaes . . . mono . . . telephonitis. wmm ' VW ' .VVW.W. ' AN MM i «$ •-Z r ••.■. ' r, t .-.■ • ;.;;;• msm 11 ■ m AV • •. V WW AV. iii £ 8S» -V:; • ■■ i - jW y •■.• : i 4 Z . Sggg ; v i . SANDRA PAUL " Knees” . . . " Cricket” . . . cute . . . dimples . . . always laughing . . . cute smile . . . great A P worker . . . sense of humor . . . airline hostess . . . You’re swingin’ . . . likes Italian food . . . flirt?? . . . likes men in uniform?? . . . Favorite saying, " But I’m on .a diet” . . . guitar music . . . who gets free cab rides?? ... a wonderful girl, with a great personality. ROBERT PENSWICK " Bob” . . . " Pen” . . . Most valuable indoor track runner . . . Captain Bob in cross country . . . Met League record holder ... 12 at a table . . . intervals . . . Those " Sports Illustrated” maga¬ zines . . . " tuck that shirt in” . . . " you dorc” Fairway Golf range . . . Penguin . . . the embryo pedagoque . . . headed for C.C.S. EM - V-. ; mm ' - ROBERT PAYTON " Bob” . . . Stop Shop . . . loves Italian food ... a certain P. G. student . . . ’56 two-tone blue ford . . . likes clothes . . . often seen at Wallace’s . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . will probably join the Air Force . . . famous last name. BARRY PEOPLES " That little old wine maker, me,” . . . Mother Goose . . . indoor and outdoor track . . . high jump . . . loves parties and the opposite sex . . . doesn’t really care for homework . . . popular . . . great fan of the " Three Stooges” . . . friendly smile . . . JAMES PERREIRA Found driving a ’56-98 Olds, or a ’61 Dodge Lancer . . . One of the Big 5 C.M.’s ... a pretty Californian . . . greasy kid’s stuff . . . likes football . . . baseball . . . football manager . . . Italian food . . . shrimp . . . Flirt . . . Nantasket . . . easygoing . . . suave . . . Betty. GEORGE PEASE Gorgeous . . . track . . . football . . .a ten-minute man . . . loves to dance . . . " The Admiral” . . . chemistry . . . munching . . . P.N.O.B. . . . " Hi, house!” . . . " Sweet” . . . seasickness . . . great sense of direction . . . great personality . . . Spanish scholar . . . basketball . . . horror shows with the men ... ice chopping . . . Annapolis bound. ■ wisi v 73 v ' :- mmmm m: lH • Mh WINFIELD PETERSON " Wifi” . . . loves to wrestle . . . bi eyelashes . . . and eyes . . . . . . Thieves Carnival” . . . Tu Wellesley College(?) . . . " J . . . always laughing . . . starving periods . . . likes everybody . . . Pacific” . . . lifeguard . . . has a CAROL PEZZA Pizza” . . . the purple v anyone for breakfast? . . Sport’s World future boo Sagamore Beach . . . an Ali Brookline . . . never bi. 1 • • • C period, guidance pet peeve—people who . Mr. Drown’s office . . . m_ clothes . . . homeroom S-2 WILLIAM PETTINGELL Bishop” . . . Class of ’63, . most valuable, valuable ack . . . best athlete ever! rtsmanlike . . . gold watch • . Mr. Modesty. " Billy” prettiest HERBERT PHYLES • . tall . . . handsome . . girls . . . jovial . . . wonder • • • • always ready with i ELAINE PIPE Natick Federal . . . giggl going to study medicine . . fan . . . Ohio . . . gi descriptions of dissections game . . . UN trip . . Library . . . Future Nurse PAULA PHINNEY ses . . . loves S. P. . . . . Advanced Biology . . . I fell asleep” . . the walk a future nurse . . . Need any help?” . . . hamster haven-pink aid- Boston First aid " I’ll do it memorize, memorize . • • • " Mission Drums from Woodland math . . . coffee . . . Leonard Mo Common at twilight Worcester Memoria ' DENISE PORTER " Dip” ... a white Falcon . . . South Natick . . . “The Wall” ... the book . . . Decanne and Dalpe . . . the drug store . . . was a natural blonde . . . Plymouth Rock - 1:30 A.M. . . . acci¬ dent prone . . . quiet week-ends? . . . " Dag nabbitt, where’s that rabbit?” . . . loves horse-back riding . . . Duquesne Univ. . . . ROBERT PRIORE Bob . . . superfine . . . White con¬ vertible . . . car wash . . . Framingham . . . fabulous . . . Dunkin Doughnuts . . . always seen with Ralph . . . fast driver . . . plays organ . . . great A P worker . . . How’s the wrestling Bob??? . . . Likes peppermint candy . . . " Who’s singing in the halls? " . . . headed for the armed forces in June . . . ROBERT POWELL " Bob " . . . quiet . . . shy . . . great golfer . . . not too interested in books . . . loves the great outdoors. ROBERT POWERS " The Red Squirrel " ... a trustworthy friend.. . . the flicks . . . " Hey look! Their tails are tied together.” ... a brilliant scholar . . . Motto Auzzi . . . junior executive at Moore’s Kennel . . . a wild dancer . . . always with a girl . . . a chic pool player . . . card shark . . . Northeastern bound. ANN QUIGLEY " Angie " . . . " Pudge” . . . Brigham’s . . . A Chandler girl in the fall . . . Business Service Club . . . " Ant Hill” . . . Pretty Hair . . . nice smile " Fords” « • • • Hi ya Bugay!” • • • • • • Country Club . . . Friday nites . . . " What about the twins?” . . . " Hos’s your Ostrich?” . . . South Street . . . Hallow’een night . . . hand cream . . . good student. PETER QUIRK " Pete” . . . great guy . . . always at Brewster’s . . . likeable . . . girls and food ... in that order . . . 261 . . . Saturday night card player ... a Junior . . . " What, me worry? . . . 75 DENNIS REAGAN Dinny . . . one of the boys . . . likes to tinker with cars . . . has many friends . . . trips to the cape . . . Northeastern in the Fall. m ■ VrtV .; JENNIFER RICHARDSON " Jeff” . . . cute . . . pretty clothes . . . friendly manner . . . likes to travel . . . happy-go-lucky . . . sure to attain her goal. JOSEPH REGONLINSKI " Joe” . . . the future looks bright . . . clean-up committee for the sum¬ mer . . . avid weight lifter . . . red . . . Volkswagen . . . wolf whistle . . . math . . . fishing in New Hamsphire . . . Legion Baseball . . . Franklin Insti¬ tute ... a friend for life . . . ELAINE ROBERTS " Elaine” . . . shows enthusiasm over everything . . . " Miss Extra-curricular Activities” . . . always late for home¬ room . . . fantastic acting job in " Thieves’ Carnival” . . . greatly im¬ proved the Sassamon . . . poetry . . . iis closets of clothes and pocketbooks . . . always making up quotes . . . has lots of " get-up-and-go” . . . college bound. ROBERT REPELLA " Bob” . . . " Well. I guess it’s Bob ' s to stay out.” . . . fabulous water ' ke: . . . reckless driver . . . punchy . . _ Oh, that black hair ... 50 horse-pc-=ner boat . . . bowling enthusiast . . . e 1 ■ — Vk. 4 got a joke • • • scientist? • • • . . . always a problem . . . great CECILE ROBICHEAU Treasurer of Vicarious four . . . UMj-is . . . Ken’s Steakhouse . . . fab_! _i figure . . . artistic . . . pancakes at n_3= . . . Unicorn ... a shrewsburr : Dick Summer . . . Boston haunts . . . loves pickles and champagne . . . cr_.; x ... Zap ... Zap . . .A ... Zip - . — 76 ' V ' ? ■ | I §§gg§ ' ■ tmSimSm mtm § ■ v th i graduation partner . . . I ll I shorten your A’Cappella robe Trilogy of Godly Thought . President . . . Jam . . . Rusty advisor . . . appropriate poen read . . . beautiful red hair CHARLES ROBINSON Kinda tall . . . i . . . dance band drum major . . . Tne Quartermaster Seminar . . . Space Patrol . . . radio Ivam. „ . . ood datvotv . . . Yvome- towu. otcKvds . . . . . . Yt e Yjape, satYusYr . . . asYnngxon trip . . . F85, convertible . . . Tufts, Electrical Engineering. easily made a , swingin’ sax Honor Society ALAN ROGERS 1 NT . . . atownd . . girls . . . Sell good luck, pal iKi : £ FREDERICK ROSS Freddy” . . . hot mill . . . has a mattress for a back seat . . . track man . . . 600 star . . . always needs a haircut . . . and a shave . . . hard worker on the X-Country team? . . . small, but a heap of fun. MARILYN ROSENBLUM Lynn . . . quiet . . . studious dignified . . . likes school . . . well . . . always ready to help a cause . . . fine friend. MARY RUSSELL Russie” . . . cute . . . always seen with Marrlly . . . " For pete’s sake”, . . . Heavens to betsy” . . . Red and white Chevy . . . Wellesley . . . Har¬ vard vs. Princeton?? . . . Howard Johnsons’ . . . Interest in big C. . . . Coffee, coffee, coffee . . . Cape Cod . . . Who’s never home on time? . . . Who likes art? . . . Good mediator . . . bas¬ ketball fan . . . " No Money” . . . " We’re on empty”! . . . New York . . . Model . . . 77 JOHN RYDER The sauce man . . . Not too wild . . . shop steward . . . sticky’s . . . Cycle crazy . . . Bed Bugs . . . Ringo Starr . . . Check the boots out Willy? . . . Two beautiful cars . . . Buys for everyone . . . Very wild . . . Prep school next year. VIRGINIA SANFORD Redhead . . . neat . . . soft voice . . . many and varied interests . . . consid¬ erate . . . likes music . . . hard worker . . . quiet . . . freckles . . . shy . . . agreeable . . . sincere . . . determined. JAMES SAART " Jim” . . . Great actor (He says) . . . Capt. Brackett . . . loves Spanish . . . pink orchids . . . Chinese food . . . horror shows with B.B. . . . Ski trips . . . Oh, Monday . . . num-num . . . Oh, those lonely nights . . . that exciting trip to Washington?? . . . Dramatic Club meetings! . . . those surgeon’s hands . . . U. Mass. STEPHEN SARADNIK " Steve” . . . Mr. Baseball . . . littl e else matters . . . not crazy about books . . . gives them his undivided attention once in a while ... off to college. BARBARA SANDS Barbs . . . South Natick girl . . . trips to West Roxbury . . . always seen with Paulette . . . after school sessions at the pizza place . . . many good partys . . . loves ice cream . . . Blue Rambler . . . " Bobby Rydell” . . . black . . . Monticello . . . Sweater girl . . . Waltham . . . roller skating rink . . . Secretarial plans for the future . . . PAUL SCHNEEKLOTH Tall . . . skinny . . . mischievous . . . loves hockey . . .-even broke his knee for the cause . . . likes to clown . . . not a worrier. 78 ERIC SEAHOLM Music man . . . loves a band . . . has quieted down since freshman days . . . nice manners . . . smart dresser . . . neat . . . friendly . . . jovial. MARY ANNE SHEEHAN " Red” . . . those eyes . . . yearbook art committee . . . always busy . . . wants to teach . . . Honor Society . . . Fitch¬ burg Teachers College. KAREN SESTINI Special interest in the class of " 62” . . . Natick Federal Savings Bank . . . short¬ hand classes after school . . . loves Chinese food . . . " Bob” . . . Sunday afternoon drives to the Cape . . . Washington, D.C. . . . loves music . . . pretty red hair . . . pet peeve—people who are late . . . favorite color—blue . . . Rings! . . . modern problems? . . . Saturday nights! . . . Center Sec¬ retary School . . . MARILYN SHEEHAN " Cute” . . . pretty . . . dancing eyes . . . loves swimming . . . beautiful clothes . . . many dates . . . good stu¬ dent . . . college bound. MICHELE SHERMAN " Mickey” . . . great dancer . . . you’re bound to laugh . . . pretty eyes . . . vary warm and sincere person . . . pretty . . . one of the monkies . . . Oh, definitely! . . . Who said that? . . . a certain M.G. . . . never a dull moment . . . hot ticket . . always in a good mood ... off to Chandlers. CHARLOTTE SIBLEY " Chickie” . . . Intelligence plus . . . 30 hours at the World’s Fair . . . Mornings in the bandroom . . . Service . . . Don’t move I’ve lost a lens . . . Maine summers . . . Gullible . . . G.E. Chrysler . . . Future language major . . . Middlebury . . . one of pair . . . Wiggle and giggle . . . Versatile . . . Amazing in memory . . . Only A+ in I.R. . . . Always looking for a perfect hoodsie . . . A truly great friend . . . 79 B mm ' - W smm mkm Wm) O.. —r r vwnm LESTER SMITH Good middle distance runner on great track team . . . Likes to ea: ’58 Ford . . . Neat dresser . . . smile . . . Headed for Villanova versity . . . Qualified for the Meet . . . N Club nite . . . One c cross country boys ... A sharp guy - _ l_ m- •i” ' ' . . w " Lise” . . . " Leish " . . . Tucuman . . . Tot . . . " Beel” . . . " Hola” . . . under¬ standing . . . Marbelous! . . . beautiful eyes . . . " Oh, that’s great!” . . . Rain¬ coats stop rain? . . . " Yes, we do have cars in Argentina” . . . " Our little Alicia” . . . U.S. food . . . guitar lullabies ... a letter a night . . . the 13th . . . her flag beside ours . . . taught us much . . . Peace through understanding . . . " Para Siempre una De Nosotros” . . . BRENDA SMITH " Zelda Grunch” . . . one of the four roses . . . " Iris” . . . pa . . . oh, those great parties . . . cute ... a true friend . . . has a joke a day . . . speaks a different language . . . unemotional . . . The " horror show” . . . water grapes . . . always laughing . . . Nurndy . . . deserves only the best . . . Air Force Recruiter . . . " This is It” . . . ALICIA SIDERMAN DIANNE SILVERMAN Baby talk . . . fast and far? . . . Impalas—green and yellow . . . aver¬ sion to P. and the Packard . . . Last year’s senior parties . . . Friday nights at Dolly’s . . . Giovanni’s . . . very per¬ ceptive . . . What she and Carol did! . . . bathing suits . . . pink . . . please Mr. Postman . . . fluffy . . . loves shoes . . . home away from home? . . . Jr. college . . . classy clothes . . . FRED SMITH " Furdie” . . . the blue flash in the park¬ ing lot . . . likes snappy sweaters . . . authority on losing weight . . . loves drive-in movies . . . college in the fall. JULIE SIMS The Vamp . . . Boston . . . secretary of the Vicarious Four . . . Tufts . . . Poise Ivy . . . Sea n Surf . . . B.C. bounc . . . shoulders bags . . . Nude shoes . . coffee house . . . steals hats . . . sincere liar . . . warm smile . . . beau:-- ful eyes . . . another pin in the Voodo doll . . . Zap . . . Les Zeldae . . . " For your own enjoyment” . . . THOMAS SMITH " Smitty” . . . warm friend . . . loyal supporter of all school activities . . . fun to be with . . . likes music. KAREN SNOW Senior interest . . . Hampton Beach . . . those rides . . . Marth’s house . . . cautious driver . . . Midnight . . . only her hairdresser knows for sure . . . Friday night drivers . . . Red Convertible . . . Boston shopping sprees . . . likes Italian food . . . Hopes to go to Ward School of Business. GERALDINE SNYDER " Geri” . . . Soft spoken sincerity . . . Giggles . . . " Let ' s drop the subject” . . . Forever taking taxis . . . " Really?” . . . A certain New Year’s Eve . . . Flair for the dance . . . Folk, Ballet, Modern . . . Piano and art, too . . . Quiet but constant . . . Portland, Maine . . . Beatnik Parties . . . West trip . . . Excellent scholar . . . Individualistic . . . Are your lenses in? . . . Versatile. NANCY SORENSEN " Nance” . . . " Does she or Doesn’t she?” . . . pretty blue eyes . . . loads of fun . . . Who’s tied down? . . . loyal friend . . . always willing to help someone out . . . wonderful advisory counselor . . . improvement plans . . . starvation diets . . . " It’s gossip time!” . . . certain inseparable girlfriend . . . will make a cheerful dental assistant. GERALD SPADONI " Jerry” ... a true friend . . . wonderful smile . . . the man on the motorcycle . . . excellent student . . . Univ. of Mass. . . . redheads . . . t assist ■ GRAHAM SPINNEY " Spin” . . . Loves to eat . . . Loves cars . . . Looking forward to June 7th . . . Pizza . . . Vermont . . . No worries . . . Likes a good joke . . . Quiet . . . G period Modern Problems . . . Wellesley . . . Air Force . . . Lots of interests . . . Comes from Nova Scotia . . . Good friend . . . What happened at Wellesley College? . . . Always late coming back from lunch. 81 • • ‘ X LEONARD STACKPOLE Another " Dennis, the Menace’’ . . . wildman on that motor scooter . . . now you see him, now you don’t . . . has no equal . . . stink bombs, anyone? ;§ -m ft ■ JACQUELINE STEEVES " Jackie’’ . . . great personality to those who know her . . . McCory girl . . . " R” . . . Framingham . . . Loring Arena . . . " have you seen Joanne or Nancy? . . . North Natick . . . Sear’s . . . great Safety Patroler . . . Cape Cod summers . . . spends most of time in downstairs Academic . . . weekends! . . . great friend . . . what an appetite! . . . fun at assembly . . . m 1 1 Wmm - -.m .mL wm _ i I CHARLES STEELE " Chas” . . . good-natured . . . anyone want to buy some maple syrup? . . . good looking . . . Washington trip . . . cool V-wagon ... off to B.U. JOANNE STEEVES " Joanne " . . . cute . . . short . . . creme color Valiant . . . wild driver . . . Loring Area . . . always seen with Nancy and Jackie . . . nice clothes . . . often seen in North Natick . . . Woolworth girl . . . Framingham Centre . . . Cape Cod . . . Always early . . . likes to talk . . . Make a good manager . . . weekends!! . . . |jp m j Jl m . SMB . ■as PAMELA STEELE " Pam” . . . " Agatha w r ho?” . . . sincere belief in everyone . . . Student Council . . . Library Aide C period . . . always willing to listen ... " I got a letter " ! . . . Hampton Beach for the summer . . . You, who! . . . New York in April . . . " lesson in experience” . . . Karen, where are you? . . . " Eric, who?” . . . OH, baby . . . nursing bound at Shepard-Gill . . . Sincere . . . Conrad Chandler . . . THOMAS STEVENS " Tommy” . . . fantastic cornet player . . . famous for his improvising on musical scores ... a certain clarinet player . . . always teases people . . . manager of the hockey team . . . enjoys bus rides . • . likes school? . . . always late for everything . . . likes baseball . . . constantly telling sick jokes . . . could easily succeed in a professional band . . . , Wffir . ' ' | :• - f- i m f EDMUND STEPHENSON A big boy . . . wrestler ... a heavy¬ weight . . . loves to eat . . . wonderful smile . . great sense of humor . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . Honor Society . . . witty . . . " know any good jokes?’’ . . . takes his work seriously. BARBARA STEVENS " Barbs” . . . green eyes . . . Framing¬ ham . . . stolen light bulbs . . . often seen in g.r. after E period ... a lost key? . . . seen in Ashland . . . always a joke . . . Wellesley Inn . . . good cook . . . honeymoon . . . Mike. ENID STEPNER- " Eggie” . . . One of two great two-year Cheerleaders . . . last name on the trophy . . . " I almost dropped my regulations” . . . fried clams at Wal¬ laces . . . " cool it” . . . straight skirts . . . a can of hairspray a day . . . neat . . . petite . . . often seen in North Natick . . . hails from West Natick . . . DONNA STEVENS " Don” . . . C-312? . . . soft spoken . . . tiger . . . UMass bound ... a very friendly girl . . . fifth member of the Vicarious Four . . . hopes to teach French . . . quiet, loves to sew . . . hard worker . . . Mr. H’s E-period English class . . . Boston . . . before school talks with Marcy . . . Letters?? . . . wears lots of pink . . . pizza at Chin’s Village . . . two Scholarships . . . she deserved them . . . PATRICIA STERN " Pat” . . . nice car . . . kind friend . . . lovely clothes ... a certain prep school . . . Florida vacations . . . bad¬ minton champ? . . . that suntan! PHILIP STEVENSON " Phil” . . . conscientious ... so thought¬ ful .. . Jewish War Veteran’s Award . . . Versatile . . . indoor and outdoor track . . . Honor Society President . . . Tennis ... Yale is lucky . . . Peter, Paul, and Mary . . . Dance band leader . . . " If you want something done well, ask Phil” . . . math wizard . . . Totem Pole . . . National Merit Finalist . . . Public speaking ... A great listener . . . will bring fame to N.H.S. 83 DONNA STOCKELLBURG That Saturday spirit . . . how do you mix a French and a Spanish accent? . . . studies in the early morning hours . . . broke a record . . • reconciliations in the girls’ room . . . Men’s Department at Jordans . . . you still don’t have your pictures! . . . long blond braid . . . what did you lose this time? . . . leaves everything til the last minute. JOHN SUDELIS The Rebel . . . " Greetings” ... ' 61 blue Olds convertible . . . partial to the South, but always heads " East” . . . really a sharp dresser . . . " Sudsy” . . . that winter vacation in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. . . . " Hey, man!” . . . Johnny . . . loads of laughs in Law with Leary . . . a Southern drawl. EDWARD STONE Hot Model A . . . Golf . . . Wild card parties • . . Framingham graduate from Natick . . . contagious grin . . . 1954 Lincoln that died . . . Where does he get those sun tans? . . . Bad sense of direction . . . Honor Society . . . Wrestling great . . . terrific singer . . . Own radio station . . . Chug-A-Mug . . . U. of Mass. DEBORAH SURKIN Debbie Drake . . . Paris’ loss is our gain . . . G.M. . . . beautiful eyes and a warm smile . . . everyone wants her for a friend . . . " Bless your little heart” . . . loves a good time . . . looks like a pixie . . . love me, love my dog . . . future teacher . . . Fitch¬ burg . . . BARBARA STORY " Barb” . . . loves shorthand . . . hopes to be an executive secretary . . . hard worker . . . excellent student . . . fine person . . . DIANE SUTTER " Turkey-legs” . . . blue Falcon . . . hockey parties . . . November absence . . . summer at the Cape . . . loves lobster . . . Marion parties . . . pretty blue eyes . . . plans to go to Simmons . . . also has a special vocation . . . may enter the convent . . . 84 BEVERLY SWENSON Summers at White Horse Ranch . . . summer job at the Quartermaster . . . very good secretary . . . John Hancock Business Award . . . likes miniature golf, bowling and buying clothes . . . " power behind the wheel” . . . " coward” . . . " Bev” . . . Burdett . . . Maxwell Manor, should prove interesting . . . ' Tan on your stomach?” . . . Safety Patrol . . . r ' M " : irMi.iiMM ■m v ' LUKE SZPAKOWSKI " Luke” . . . Sense of humor? . . . not old enough to drive . . . honor society . . . Great? chess player . . . Greatest two-milcr ever, maybe . . . Math 402’s . . . Greatest left fielder . . . Brevity is the soul of wit! . . . Oh, those IR tests . . . Elaine you wouldn’t, would you? . . . What me? . . . Write? . . . B.C. bound, best of success. BEVERLY TASH " Tish” . . . look alike sophomore . . . Worcester . . . loves homeroom . . . " Should I put the top down?” . . . long short cuts . . . Bancroft tower . . . summers in New Hampshire . . . has to tear up her license . . . paper airplanes . . . can’t cook . . . New York! . . . 1st lunch . . . T.V. dinners at 2:30 A.M. . . . loves Tab . . . " B” period study . . . loves marks! DIANE TASSINARI " Mommy " . . . " Tas sels” . . . Cupid . . . Speed Demon . . . Fairbanks . . . Farm Pond . . . P.J. parties . . . Choco¬ late pudding with ice cubes . . . Nurndy . . • Seen locked out at 2:00 in the morning . . . favorite hobby is catching frogs . . . Attractive . . . Anonymous phone calls . . . Duxbury . . . President of ' " The” club . . . RICHARD TAYLOR " Whizz " . . . Woodland Street in cars . . . girls . . . food . . . fun . . . books . . . great friend . . . lots of luck. PETER THOMPSON " Pete” . . . Punctual . . . The mouth . . . Wed in the wood . . . Ham(!) . . . Turn those lights on . . . Physics class . . . Pete’s blue bomb . . . Mopey . . . Softball Star S H . . . Sophomore interest . . . The light¬ ing and stage crew will miss his guid¬ ance . . . Impersonator . . . Moved to Sudbury . . . Engineering bound . . . Pete’s pipe . . . 85 CYNTHIA THORPE ' Cindy’’ . . . Pretty blond hair . . . Florida . . . " Hey, d’ere, Amos! . . . one certain Marine . . . Camping out . . . haunted house and stalled cars . . . Navy . . . loves to have fun . . . Eddie . . . What happened in the sand dunes? . . . Shopping sprees . . . " Keep your head! ... a wonderful friend . . . MICHAEL THORSEN Joined our class in January . . . made many friends in a short space of time . . . college bound . . . best of luck. KARL THORESEN Nice looking . . . sharp dresser . . . finally got his hair cut! . . . witty . . . a certain underclassman . . . cars . . . lively . . . kool karl . . . nice smile . . . not too serious . . . enjoys a good time . . . lots of fun. RONALD TIBERIO " Chuck’’ . . . East Natick’s star bowler . . . friendly . . . loves chess . . . bridge . . . high jumper . . . natural musician . . . Honor Society . . . mathematician . . . swish . . . Mah Jong? . . . pizza . . . Univ. of Mass. MICHAEL TOMASETTI " Mik " . . . Mike . . . basketball . . . never a care in the world . . . jolly . . . loyal friend . . . service bound . . . " I hope your dream doesn’t come true.’’ . . . Basketball star . . . Has any¬ one seen David? . . . " Now, Neil’’ . . . great little leader . . . Jones . . . Fast on his feet . . . " Does anyone want to do my homework?” . . . always a smile . . . CAROL TONELLI Curly eyelashes . . . " You just better watch it?” . . . Dexter . . . another Friendly girl . . . Witty ... A ready smile . . . fun to be with . . . lots of energy . . . cares about others . . . vivacious . . . quiet? homework? . . . very bright . . . teacher . . . Framingham next . . . 86 TERRANCE TRAINOR Terry . . . Boneyard . . . nice physique . . . cars of an older vintage . . . anything mechanical . . . " funny” ... a certain safety patroller . . . very good-looking . . . sharp dresser . . . that English thesis . . . fun to be with. NANCY TULLOCH " Nan” . . . business career ahead . . . loves clothes . . . pleasant disposition . . . many friends . . . whose car? . . . not hungry? RONALD DAVID VAN " Ronnie” . . . Moving . . . Special weakness for Marjorie and Dodge Pol¬ aris ... in that order ... Is he hum¬ orous, or what? . . . Summers at Nantasket . . . Univ. of Mass. . . . Very collegiate . . . Will have Fun, Fun, Fun. WILLIAM VAN TASSELL " Berg” . . . Teddy . . . the Chumb . . . twin-dented Volvo . . . very shy . . . parties ... a certain sophomore interest . . . vague farewells . . . hockey . . . baseball . . . constantly smiling . . . gives and takes a good joke . . . freckles . . . " Hello there!” . . . member of the " Austapo” . . . usually seen watching colored television at Jordan Marsh. JOHN VEZINA " Butterball” . . . Abe . . . Found in a 59 white Buick convertible . . . one of the big 5 C.M. . . . pizza . . . Framing¬ ham . . . " cut it out” . . . weight lifting . . . C.I.B.R. . . . " Haven’t been caught yet!” . . . likes football . . . baseball . . . and a good time ... a nice guy . . . and a true friend. DAVID WADDINGTON " Dave” . . . Very handsome . . . dazzling smile . . . reserved . . . serious . . . deep voice . . . mature . . . those English classes . . . Colonel Pickering . . . sharp dresser . . . outside interests . . . Still water runs deep ... a certain success. 87 JOHN WALKER Scooter ... a sharp dresser . . . hard worker . . . enjoys cool music . . . witty . . . cars . . . wild driver . . . great party man . . . good companion . . . cafeteria marshal . . . brush-cut . . . always smiling. LINDA K. WALKER " Linda’’ . . . " The green bomber’’ . . . " Mom, can I bring a few ' friends home?” . . . " Duke” . . . loves to horesback ride . . . won many medals . . . famous parties . . . " Anyone for going to the : each? " . . . Remember last year’s senior week at Horseneck or was it Nauset? . . . Winsor Button Shoppe . . . Hockey games . . . Wayland . . . One of the South Natick Greats . . . ROBERT WALLACE " Red " . . . those lucky charms in Belmont . . . trips to the Cape . . . how’ many green stamps . . . ’56 Ford . . . North Natick . . . Drury Lane . . . Northeastern. THOMAS WALSH " Tom” . . . Air Force Academy . . . one of our tallest classmates . . . safety patrol . . . cars . . . food . . . girls . . . books . . . wry sense of humor. NORMAN WALKER " Hiram” . . . mechanically inclined . . . you always know ' he’s around . . . gym classes . . . funny . . . not too serious . . . cars . . . great sense of humor . . . can’t w’ait to graduate . . . always late for class . . . carefree. HOLLY WALTERS " Hoi” . . . Collegiate . . . Boston . . . likes to ride on motorscooters . . . Le Roi . . . loves to dance . . . Boston Sunday Herald pictures . . . horseback riding . . . Brandy . . . New York . . . " The Car’s gone!” . . . mashed ootato . . . Holly and Jolly . . . always las something to say . . . Tennis Team . . . " Give me a D.” Holly Golly . . . ♦ J 88 Iipi i ft feaM - . •■ %£» W-SsJfcgP Hi I li mzmm .y ?«: • SS : ' v iy, I M52S m •v; : " Sam” . . . South Natick . . . likes car models . . . real models . . . likes? to wrap up cars . . . Sunshine Dairy, after Thanksgiving Day! . . . trips to Canada . . . wants to drive a racing car . . . another Roger Ward? . . . peachy keen! . . . hot ’56 Ford, maroon ... a future Swabby. ALAN WATERS " Butch " . . . " Satch” Patented yuga- waddler . . . loves Chinese food . . . D.S.C. . . . Waterskiing . . . Mechanical ability . . . loves fast dancing . . . Stop Shopper ... A double date in a Triumph . . . interests in Brookline . . . King " SAAB” . . . scuba diver . . . plans for engineering . . . " No! Not Cleveland Circle! " . . . Fascinated by psychology . . . likes to sing . . . %W$sm DOUGLAS WARD FRED WATTS " Bill” . . . great personality . . . Zayre’s shoeman . . . friendly . . . " Right?” . . . " Glad you thought of it” . . . witty . . . Washington trip . .‘ . sweet . . . " Who’s she?” . . . fun to be with . . . " barf!” . . . golfer . . . high standards . . . " Flash " . . . dropman in " South Pacific " . . . sincere . . . West, to Quabbin . . . " Sarge” . . . fellowship meetings . . . " Yes, Dad” ... a tease . . . " farb” . . . Maine-iac . . . bound for Heidleburg College. ■ CATHERINE WESTCOTT ft " Cathy” . . . great tennis player . . . r Mr. Hamburg . . . Shy? . . . " my hair K is a mess” . . . that Oldsmobile! . . . I sister’s kids . . . skinny . . . loves to I eat ... on the go. JOHN WHALEN " Jack-the-Jet” . . . one of the boys . . . " You’re ugly” . . . undefeated outdoors . . . lose something at Friendly’s? . . . cupcake . . . State meet . . . Gentlemen prefer blondes . . . " Yea?” . . . B.C. . . " What” . . . Where’s John Whalen?” . . . Poon-tang! . . . 51.3 . . . school record holder in 440 . . . Good food at Wallace’s . . . One of Mr. Whalen’s boys . . . Rookie of the Year. MARTIN WHELAN " Marty” . . . hot little white car . . . wild dancer ... oh those jokes . . . " What, me worry?” . . . Redwood . . . always game for pranks . . . outstanding math student . . . " gross” . . . duh, what? . . . lifts weights (12 oz.) . . . cute knees . . . " What’s my gas can doing here?” . . . heading for Worcester State College. 89 CAROL WHITE Good friend . . . Quiet . . . " You’re Kidding!!” loves French?? . . . Con¬ gregational Fellowship . . . Washington trip, who " Who’s lost?” . . . Wow! Wild ’46 Chevy, grass cutter . . . Got enough gas? . . . Camp Counselor . . . likes tennis, skiing lacrosse, field and ping pong . . . Champ . . . GAA officer . . . those Beatles! . . . Future teach . . . Goucher College . . . ELAINE WILTENBURG Ladylike but not shy . . . doodles on her notebook in English . . . Falmouth, life guards . . . Georgie’s . . . glock player . . . W League secretary . . . wild hen parties . . . domestic—sews and cooks well . . . nearsighted . . . letter of commendation . . . talked till 2 A.M. on a school night . . . A’Cappella . . . weekend in N.H. playing football with the boys. RICHARD WHITEHOUSE " Dick” ... off to Univ. of Mass. . . . loves to argue . . . good student . . . mark conscious . . . New York . . . cars . . . ROBERT WINNER " Bob” . . . Honda motorcycle . . . Wallaces . . . two parts left over? . . . Friendly’s ... a car that won’t start . . . always late to homeroom . . . likes hockey . . . loser . . . Garden Center . . . better late than never . . . hand¬ some . . . PAULA WILLIAMS Full of life and fun . . . Sunday school teacher . . . frequent races back from lunch . . . Emma Borden . . . spy . . . World’s Fair . . . Ensign Cora McRae . . never stops talking . . . sings in homeroom . . . colorful notes . . . will be a great teacher . . . C period study . . . MICHAEL WOLFE Mike . . . " South Pacific” . . . sentry of the halls . . . came to us from Hopkinton . . . Demolay . . . The Album . . . serious . . . good student . . . reserved . . . mono . . . Science Fair . . . Sure to succeed. 90 1 -yi;- yC V - V . v. mmmi W4$WMM% ®vSw S ’■ ‘coyiiy raw xv v- a2g2 :•:«••: ' .•■■ ' %•- ' •• .• • ' vvffjf DONALD WIGHT " Don ... tall ... handsome ... roman¬ tic ... a certain junior . . . not an enthusiastic student . . . nice smile . ; . . . . perfect teeth . . . nice to know. " Bubbles” ... a certain song by David Rose ... " I think I’ll take a short cut through this field!” . . . what about that stalled car on Campus Drive . . . famous for putting her foot in her mouth . . . Morse’s Pond . . . loves mink . . . certain bus rides . . . " " Den Mother” . . . star in Franklin . . . always fun to be with . . . JEANNE WRIGHT " " Jeannie” . . . one of the gang . . . " Oh, Boy!” . . . likes track meets . . . flirt .. . Demolay Sweetheart . . . tons of clothes . . . always doing homework? . . . P.J. parties . . . different hair¬ styles . . . never on time . . . dislikes early morning phone calls . . . B.G. . . . tiny waist . . . future . . . sincere . . . Onion rings . . . Potato chips . . . busy all the time . . . cries and smiles ■ RICHARD WRIGHT " Dick” . . . one of two . . . gymnast . . . handstand on Sadie’s pickle barrel . . . " It must have been my brother, Mr. Andrews” . . . The Clark Kent of the gym club . . . harmonicat . . . track . . . 880 and 1000 yards . . . which one is really in Mr. Swift’s room A period? HEIDI WUNDERLICH Came from Tailfingen, Germany at 12 . . . French IV . . . Newburg School of Business . . . soccer games . . . International Students Association . . . Friday nights . . . likes hiking in the Catskills . . . Germany bound after business school . . . champion badmin¬ ton player . . . novels in German . . . what sweaters she knits! . . . fabulous tennis player? . . . Viel Glueck! CHERYL YEISLEY ' Cheryl Dawn” . . . " Duh” . . . who’s the new girl? . . . cute dimples . . . Holbrook’s loss is our gain . . . spent all night typing her thesis . . . does she or doesn’t she . . . many problems . . . varied interests . . . Cheryl Special . . . favorite class—lunch . . . between class conferences . . . D period coffee breaks. DONALD A. YOUNG Mr. Anderson’s supply sargeant . . . alw’ays where he shouldn’t be . . . Who, me? . . . has a faculty for wrecking cars ... in and out of love . . . JAMES A. YOUNG " Jim” . . . blushes beautifully . . . prac¬ tical joker . . . keeps the classroom from becoming dull . . . not always appreci¬ ated . . . paper airplanes in English . . . ■ .v . 5 m Wmm m : : WCOC; Vs: v: : ■ivlCs ss .: MARY-ALICE YOUNG Cute . . . red hair . . . beautiful . . . brown eyes . . . Paul . . . two-tone blue Ford . . . Wellesley Manor Nursing Home . . . great personality ... a smile for everyone . . . Ashland Ghost Town . . . pineapple sundaes . . . horseback riding . . . boat riding . . . fourth lunch period . . . French fries, and frappes . . . always seen with Barb. RUDY ZULLO Good buddy . . . Ringo (not a starr) . . . cool ’55 Ford . . . who went 110? . . . not too keen about studying . . . hobbys? — girls, girls, girls . . . Framingham, favorite stopping grounds . . . Remember the coachmen . . . best of luck ... JAMES R. YOUNG Morris . . . Bach . . . curly hair . . . Pool Hall . . . " He’s tuff” . . . Basket¬ ball always wanted a cycle . . . Reckless . . . boat . . . mischievous smile . . . Olds convertible . . . girls . . . Nor¬ wood . . . 880 man . . . Suzy . . . $5.00 bet with blind cafeteria marshall . . . Babson bound . . . " I’m the greatest” . . . Lumpies scooter . . . navy flier . . . Cape Cod playboy . . . water skier . . . Wellesley Hills rug shop . . . COUNTRY :• • : mm- THOMAS FLYNN " Tom” . . . loves cars . . . " Hucklebury” . . . " Likes liquid refreshment” . . . wild parties . . . head-on collision? . . . motorcycle, fire hydrant, ACCIDENT!! . . . Air Force . . . likes cars so much that he might own his own garage LAWRENCE PRIORE " Larry’’ . . . left us at mid-year . . . to the Marines . . . handsome . trackman . . . enjoys a good time serious ... a certain junior girl loves Paris Island? . . . fine fellow Good luck, Larr. EDWARD VESTUTE " Needis” . . . Joe’ . . . Air Force Mechanic . . . Sheppard A.F.B. . . . a certain senior . . . fun at all parties . . . who used to look through the glass window in the bookcase in English? . . . " The Misfits” was usually seen with Terry ... a great sense of humor . . . friendly . . . " Milk”?? . . . neatly dressed . . . guitar music . . . dreamed of Wentworth . . . great kid. ROBERT SCIRETTA " Bucko” . . . lone wolf . . . friends in Framingham . . . witty . . . white sneakers . . . enjoys wild parties . . . owned the club . . . speaks Swaheli . . . very tall? . . . Nose all . . . toughest guy in Upton . . . Spaghetti bender . . . most popular wrestler in N.H.S. . . . Fast driver? . . . tells a good joke . . . In the Navy . . . FREDERICK SANFORD Fred . . . quiet . . . shy . . . friendly disposition . . . North Natick ... a big brother . . . sincere . . . never in any trouble . . . loyal classmate . . . cars . . . curly hair . . . belongs to Uncle Sam now. JAMES MARDEN " Jim” . . . " Red” . . . serving our country . . . talks fast and concise . . . has a way with teachers . . . seldom in trouble . . . full of jokes • • • talks about cars all the time . . . likes to eat . . . is missed at N.H.S. One of our saddest memories will always be the untimely death of our classmate, John Sullivan, who was killed in an auto¬ mobile accident in South Natick in the summer of 1963. John was born February 2, 1946 and was educated in the Lincoln Elementary School and the Coolidge Junior High School. The son of Attorney and Mrs. John Sullivan, he is also survived by four brothers. " Vain the tribute we would pay him, words cannot express What it meant to have him with us, and our thankfulness; Sweet the memory he has left us, though our hearts are sad.” 95 “;_ =5 - ■ MaUlfc- SP Si ,r UiS- mm Z. i ' 55 s mm : --rgr 11 IK " IRifi! SSiffiis!:;,. t a . - ML ' :» fe - I ■ ■ . ■ : ;=- : Minas " ' mss! " —yy gnail . . . - - _ =5 - ani ’“Will gfHPi V mm. • ?:v . x- - ■: :v.v vw: E An important part of the life of each and every Senior of 1964 was found in the sharing of experiences with Alicia Our first American Field Service exchange student gave us new insight and understanding of our Argentina neighbors and helped to extend the spirit of unity to a broader meaning. Our thoughts and good wishes go with you until we meet - SENIOR PLAY " Thieves 7 Carnival by Jean Anouilh " The Dowagers Mother and Daughter .. The Hungry Americans CAST OF CHARACTERS Margaret Hardy Susan Katz Kit Coolidge Two Sailors and a Girl Sare Madden Rosanne Karlin Judy O’Neil The Honeymooners... Barbara Camp Kurt Herber Marilyn Sheehan John Loomis Michael Wolfe Susan Kaufrhan Mark Kriger THE COMPANY OF PLAYERS The Musician . Hector . Eva . Lord Edgard . The Town Crier ... Peterboro . Gustave . The Nursemaid ... Lady Hurf . Juliette . Dupont-Dufort, Sr. Dupont-Dufort, Jr. The Policeman . The Policeman . The Little Girl . The Servant Girl . Dog Understudies . . Wilbur Hadden . James Saart . Mary Gail Ippolito . John Harper . Nicholas Mabardy . Peter Kaufman . Arnold Bellefontaine . Nancy Hayes . Elain Roberts . Natalie Fuller . William Glasser . Winfield Peterson . Ronald Monaco . Gregory Taylor . Jacqueline Olenick . Carol Grillo . Chop Suey Carol Grillo, Nancy Hayes HiMi On November 15, 1963, the Class of 1964 presented in the Col. Jeremiah J. Healy Audi¬ torium the comedy entitled " Thieves’ Carni¬ val” written by Jean Anouilh, one of France’s most famous twentieth century dramatists, and directed by Harry L. Garnett. The setting is Vichy, an expensive resort city in the south of France, where three high¬ ly unsuccessful yet very ethical pickpockets find themselves the house guests of an ec¬ centric millionairess with two lovely nieces. musician who never speaks; one town crier with a large watch; a little girls who picks other people’s flowers at night; a chic nursemaid; one dainty servant girl: two lusty policemen Explosions of laughter result. As Lady Hurf remarks, " it is only for those who have pk it with all the zest of youth that the comedy is a success”, that is evidently what the cast did, for the play was received thusiastically by an overflow audience. mm? mom 101 Ml Icicles, snow balls, sleigh and a glittering Christmas tree transformed our cafeteria into a " Winter Wonderland” at Christmas time. The girls, all beautiful, with their dash¬ ing escorts were a sight to behold. The excellent music made for a dancing good time. Chris Langlois was COTILLION SADIE Natick High School students donned their best Dogpatch outfits for the Sadie Hawkins dance held on May 20, 1964. While the Wind¬ jammers and Bill Glass- er provided entertain- for the girl-ask- boy affair, Kurt Ander¬ son as Marrying Sam did a landslide business and divorce ment in marriage ceremonies. John Fitzgerald and Josephine Washington reigned as for the evening and Marty Siegel and Jimmy Nollman, acting annual Sassamon dance a complete success. Mr. and Miss Dogpatch as discjockeys, made the smmmm w ? Sp if South Pacific On April 3, 1964, the auditorium, temporarily transformed into an exotic Pacific island complete with palm trees and grass skirts, was filled to capacity as the curtain rose on our production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s SOUTH PACIFIC. The cast, prepared by long hours of rehearsal under the able direction of Mr. Harry L. Garnett and Mr. Leo Bachini, met its challenge and rendered an unforgettable perform¬ ance. Row One, L-R: John Harper, Susan Barker, Ronald Monaco, Natalie Fuller, Clifton Freligh, James Saart. Row Two: Steven Lang, Arnold Bellefontaine, Jean Fader, Dara Roberts. CAST Nagma Jerome Henry Ensign Nellie Forbush Emile de Becque Bloody Mary Stewpot Luther Billis Professor Lieutenant Joseph Cable Captain George Brackett Commander William Harbison Dara Roberts Steven Lang Mark Kriger Jean Fader Arnold Bellefontaine Susan Barker David Channell Ronald Monaco Kurt Herber Clifton Freligh James Saart John Harper ... - . . I -Tt. ' - 5 81 ■ t-; ... .. ... jm- - jHH .j ri . 1 . -SSN I iris- -V. iV . TOT.. • v ■ - -• ■ ■ . ' . . . . .V - ■ -..... 104 The two-act musical drama took place on a U. S. Navy- held island in the Pacific during World War II. Nellie Forbush, a young Navy nurse, convincingly played by Jean Fader, fell in love with the French plantation owner, Emile deBecque. Arnold Bellefontaine, a skilled veteran of many N.H.S. productions, gave an award-winning per¬ formance in this role. After a quarrel with Nellie, Emile left on a dangerous mission with Lt. J oe Cable (Clif Fre- ligh), who had fallen in love with the lovely native girl Liat (Natalie Fuller). At the cost of Cable’s life, the mis¬ sion Vas a success and the Japanese were driven from the Emile returned and he and Nellie solved the prob- area. lems that came between them. p : xv,- i!i§ f V W - ' ' ■ t ’ ’! ' : • ' ••;- .-X ; ' : - :v vVr . • ; ■fc-: : : :; : ;; • ; ;: : : ; Xy. ' ; ; i » V : ; :- " ■ ' c: $;•£■;. P •• B 3 P»: «!»• ■»•• X " • ' •••• • ■ . V.. | :•:■ ; :»¥■.■»• x ‘ ■ .•:■ l • ■ I »«K •.;x•;•:• :.: ' [• ' ■:. j %» »« » Ipl 1 iafeSS ' :Sst- ::iss®» • ' ■: - ■ ■■ ' .v ■ • ■•??: : •••■• ' •■■ :••:•:•••••.• • •• -n ,- ' ■ •; •. - y -•;• -.-«BB :• V- - • t5Sg .• ' - ' ' :• •« - ' • EfrSg- ' rr ::i ' Dara Roberts (Wilson Jr. High) and Steven Lang (Coolidge Jr. High) gave delightful performances as deBecques children. Ronald Monaco as Luther Billis, Sue Barker as Bloody Mary, James Saart and John Harper as Navy brass’ — all gave outstanding performances. The cast of sailors and marines included Winfield Peterson, David Channell, David Kupps, Andrew Jones, John Fitzgerald, Stephen Caron, Lawrence Barker, Kurt Herber, Don Nardo, Scott McCarthy, Michael Wolfe, Jeffrey Adams, James Coplan, and Robert Dewis. The role of the nurses was filled by Margaret Schulman, Susan Cote, Susan O’Hara, Elaine Roberts, Patti Collins, Michaele Powers, Sare Madden, Judy Judge, Caryn Sandrew, Paula Williams, and Cathy Brown. Outstanding work in lighting and sound by Peter Thompson and Robert Mostecki and music by our excellent Dance Band contributed greatly to the over¬ whelming success of our production. ffiSBSR ACQUAINTED DANCE ; 11 §1 w - fe m GETTING ABOUT imp : • • First Row, L-R: Richard Hayes, Arnold Bellefontaine, Natalie Fuller, Diane O’Donnell, Alicia Siderman, Barbara McEvoy, Elaine Roberts. Second Row: Mark Raider, Barbara Levine, Leslie Nold, Louise Gross, Nichola McKeen, Paula DeAngelis, Pamela Cole, Ellen Sigalove, Mary Breen, Paula Licodonie, Patricia Kryzak, Cheryl Michellota, Betsy Markell, Chip Miller. Third Row: Robert Budnick, Randy Knight, John Wilson, Paul LeMarbe, John Ignacio, Robert Lucas, John Fitzgerald, David Wilson, David Bernardi, Philip Jue, Robert Braford. STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of Natick High School’s Student Council is to represent the student body and to as¬ sist the school’s administration and the student body in promoting those activities and behavior patterns which are in the best interest of the school. The 1963-1964 Council, under the guidance of Mr. Arthur G. Sticklor, consisted of thirty-two mem¬ bers including officers Richard Hayes (President); Arnold Bellefontaine (Vice President); Natalie Ful¬ ler (Secretary); and Diane O’Donnell (Treasurer). This council has not only fulfilled the basic require¬ ments, but has also been extremely active in insti¬ tuting improvements and new programs. Some of the more important new programs spon¬ sored include the formation of a Debating Society, the adoption of a new School Song, the establishment of the Student Board where council information and activities are posted in order that the student body can be better informed. There were open meetings to enable more students to learn procedure and operations of such meetings, and a Student Supply Center was opened in May. The latter was, perhaps, the most important project of the council. The pur¬ pose of the center is to make school supplies and paperback literature available to the student body. Talent Show—1st Place T. Montgomery, D. Green Talent Show—2nd Place M. Hardy In addition to success¬ fully launching these new activities, the council has sponsored the annual Get- Acquainted Dance, talent assembly, American Field Service and Sassamon fund-raising drives. Dele¬ gates attended the conven¬ tion of Eastern Massachu¬ setts Division of Student Councils. The selection of the Jewish War Veterans good citizen award was al¬ so a part of the program. Talent Show—Hon. Mention J. Judge 111 JUNIOR OFFICERS SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Cheryl Michellota Mark Raider Leslie Doucette Philip Jue John Ignacio Louise Gross Paula DeAngelis Susan Dillon SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD First Row, L-R: D. O’Donnell, Barbara McEvoy, Leslie Nold, Joan Leslie. Second Row: Nancy Tul- lock, J. Wright, J. Sims, N. Fuller. Third Row: E. Roberts, L. Martin, S. Kaufman, C. Langlois. Fourth Row: P. Irving, J. Whalen, R. Budnick, S. Saradnick, J. Beliveau, J. Fitzgerald, J. Saart, R. Hayes, P. Stevenson, S. Cole, F. Conte. The Senior Executive Board has held weekly meetings since September formulat¬ ing plans for their long-awaited senior week. Senior Banquet, June 2, featured tributes to advisers who have assisted us with our senior play, musical, yearbook and numerous additional class activities. The class picnic, senior reception, class day and graduation were all colorful and exciting. The committees all deserve our thanks for their long and faithful hours of hard work which made these days ones that we shall long remember. 112 JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD First Row, L-R: D. Chicacchia, J. Ignacio, J. Glines, P. Crowley. Second Row: L. Gross, C. Michel- lotta, M. Powers, D. Fitch. Third Row: L. McAlister, L. Morrisey, B. Low, J. Lang. Fourth Row: L. Peterson, M. Breen, L. Trinkley, A. Baram. Fifth Row: B. Adams, M. Okey, A. Bransfield, N. Gregg, L. Doran, J. Lesica, D. Fitch, M. Seigal, E. Stockwell, J. Wilson, J. Ignacio, J. Ghetti, R. Tinsler, R. Speckman, D. Holbrook, A. Chamberlain, D. Nardo, M. Raider, P. Zicko. The members of the Junior Executive Board spent many hours of hard work form¬ ing committees and carrying out the many activities preliminary to one of the most colorful proms of all times. The Midnight Masquerade featured colorful and talented work on the part of the decorating committees. The gorgeous gowns, the perfect music, and graceful dancers gave such a festive air to the occasion that we shall cherish this as one of our fondest memories. The Sophomore class won rec¬ ognition as a hard-working and loyal group when they sponsored a spring dance on May 8. All com¬ mittee members worked hard to make this first class activity a so¬ cial and a financial success. First Row, L-R: F. Barone, D. Hedin, B. O ' Donnell, L. Doucette. Second Row: D. Collins, D. Gross, A. Sheppard, C. Berman. Third Row: P. Licadone, J. Laming, J. Van Tassell, K. O’Hara. Fourth Row: C. Jones, A. McElroy, V. Sharkey, M. Prue. Fifth Row: R. Kopleman, P. Jue, W. Corcoran, P. Gallant, C. Buenham, S. Dillon, D. Trubiano, W. Weller, J. Mullaney, S. Hadden, R. Low, W. Reid, P. Casey, T. Albert, P. DeAngelis, P. Bebo, W. Hill, S. Brown. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD STAFF SASSAMON A. Baram, M. Frye, J. Leslie, R. Frye, C. Grillo, D. Baram, M Mabardy. Front Row, L-R: Mr. Anderson, J. Fisher, E. Farrell, D. O’Donnell R. Ford, S. Finklestein, K. Hoey. Back Row: B. Woish, D. Roach The Business Staff under the guidance of Mr. Will¬ iam Anderson and Susan Lefebvre, business manager, Eileen Farrell, advertising manager, and Dede O’Don¬ nell, subscription manager, completed a very success¬ ful year. Through the efforts of the Student Council ions the number of subscriptions remained at a high point. Most of the business concerns in Natick continued to place advertisements in our paper. Additional in¬ come was raised at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. The business staff is greatly indebted to Miss Ethel Ward and the literary staff under the direction of Elaine Roberts for their continued support. SASSAMON LITERARY STAFF % The literary staff, under the direction of Miss Ethel Ward and Elaine Roberts worked hard to produce an improved Sas- samon this year. The assistants and their staffs were faithful and conscientious and should be congratulated for a job well done. Several of the staff attended conferences at Boston Univer¬ sity, meetings sponsored by the Boston Globe, and a session for editors and advisers sponsored by the Patriot Ledger. These meetings were inspiring and informative. Glen Durfee, the editor for the coming year, has pledged his willingness to accept the challenge and give N.H.S. a paper that will make us all proud of his staff. imp ■ m WK m ii B of m M m ) tm mm mm m i ' " ■ ' !: gg: ' mi?. m. wm-m SWA J i -: r - " 4 i m ■M R j Mr ■ 4 - -4 -ry Ttr x: r.y. ' .V. --- 5 ii i MiJ; g ' ' H g ; Jt-M :: : -- ■ First Row, L-R: C. Sibley, J. O ' Neill, L. Hayes, M. Kreger, S. Kaufman, S. Finklestein, A. Bellefontaine, E. Fishman, E. Roberts. Second Row: L. Levitz, D. Rose, J. Fialkow, J. Adams, B. Woish, J. Fisher, L. Hazen, S. Taylor, S. Burns, R. Ford, C. Goldberg, M. McGrath, K. Coolidge, Miss Ward. Third Row: N. Edwards, P. Casey, S. Bradley, C. Hilliard, M. Okun, P. Chapman, S. Townsend, D. Berman, D. Darling, B. Levine, J. Korenburg, M. Hardy, D. Bixby, A. Bransfield, L. Gross, S. Glines, B. Markle. Back Row: R. Lucas, P. Hutchins, K. Winters, S. Biggart, M Smith, K. Barnicle, G. Durfee, D. Abbott, J. Damplo. 115 I % ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 8 ■ 8 8 ■ 1 ,§8 1 ■ . ■ m ■ ■ ■- ■ . I - j . . . - ... • • .. . : :.: .-A ' • - I : „ " ' ■ .... : : ' i ' | ' " • j ■ , 1 J 1 7 - J I I CAFETERIA ■ 8355px : : :i ; As the enrollment at Natick High grows larger, the work of the marshalls becomes more difficult. These boys, under the direction of Mr. Robert Andrews, are responsible for keeping the Cafe¬ teria orderly, neat, and attractive during the four lunch periods daily. They have received the com¬ mendation of outside visitors on many occasions. To be sure, we have incidents where a milk bottle may be broken, or a careless customer may not leave his table neat and clean, but on the whole feel things run very smoothly. We proud of these boys and the job they do. First Row, L-R: J. Vezina, J. McGrath. Second Row: C. Thorsen, J. Perriara. Third Row: D. Bryant, P. Spindler. Fourth Row: R. Lefter, P. Morgan. Fifth Row: R. Hynes, T. Smith. Sixth Row: R. McGovern, T. VanTassell. Seventh Row: S. Saradnick, M. Siegel. Eighth Row: T. Hawes, P. Schneekloth. Ninth Row.: D. Kimball. SAFETY PATROL With the ' beginning of school came the official start of the safety patrolers’ duties. The official calls of " walk” and " no loitering” were audible through¬ out the corridors. An abundance of patrolers pro¬ vided coverage for every post imaginable. This year’s safety patrol is composed of the largest num¬ ber since its beginning. Mr. Tassos Filledes is the advisor. The officers of the patrol include: Robert Budnick, president; Ellen Fishman, vice-president; Kathleen Horton, secretary; and Elaine Roberts, treasurer. Nicki McKeen, John Fitzgerald, and Nancy Hayes are the remaining commissioners. Front Row, L-R: Mr. Filledes, E. Fishman, B. Budnick, E. Raider, W. Bordett, C. Lewis, M. Mabardy, R. Marso, D. Roberts, N. McKeen, N. Hayes, J. Fitzgerald, J. Murphy, C. Wright, E. Bransfield, M. Holloway, S. Heenahan, R. Kar- Sibley. Second Row: N. Nettleton, M. Brady, A. Jennings, lin, B. McEvoy, E. Stepner, A. Bransfield, E. Wiltenburg, J. L. Gross, K. Brown, P. Gulko, L. McAllister, M. Haywood, Glines, J. Lang. Back Row: P. Zicko, M. Feeley, R. Monaco, 116 E. Sigalove, L. Martin, B. Swenson, K. Coolidge, D. Fitch, K. Barnicle, G. Durfee, R. Speckman, T. Walsh, M. Krieger, M. Powers, M. Fallon, N. Gregg, L. Doran. Third Row: M. C. Robinson, D. Abbott, D. Green, J. Ignacio. tm ' ffl ' ,SW.-. ' ,-,VA , .V.V A-,-,V.-.v HegK ..J Front Row, L-R: C. Langlois, E. Sigalove, M. Haywood, L. Martin, J. Ignacio, N. McKeen, L. Fahey Back Row: Mrs. Brow ' n, E. Stepner, M. Adams, C. Mahon, D. O’Donnell, E. Roberts, A. Bransfield A. Baram, D. Baram, E. Bransfield, E. Farriel, B. McEvoy. The nurses’ aides are a much-needed part of the function of our clinic. They keep a daily record of patients, assist with recording eye and ear test scores, take telephone messages, keep the files in order, type, any way possible. Without their help the office would have to be closed whenever the nurse was called out to assist at an accident or to see that a patient is transported home safely. assist in a. nil AIDES AIDES useful on all occasions. Their quiet, dignified, and efficient their willingness to help at all times is indeed ap¬ preciated by both the faculty and the student body This group of girls works with Miss Harris and Mrs. Oldfield checking books in and out, helping keep the library neat and attractive, manning the desk, answering the phone, and making themselves manner 8wj xxv »‘,‘, yx xcoxw-xxb:::: Front Row, L-R: C. Mahon, D. Mitchell, K. Fandell, D. Berman, E. Mallock, S. Biggart, P. Vitale, P. Story, J. Adams. Back Row: P. Steele, S. Kruite, P. Drucker, S. MacCorkle, T. Crowley, J. Steeves, J. Leslie, S. Kehoe, L. Klein, P. Driver, J. Fleming, J. Mitchell, S. Yunofski, S. Fiddler, D. Tripp, G. Whitimore, K. Hadden. 117 ; mm ■y 1 .v mmmm is ' •WOT FUTURE NURSES The junior-senior members of the Future Nurses’ Club, under the capable leadership of Elaine Pipe, president, and Mrs. Mildred Brown, adviser, has accomplished most of its goals this year. Three successful food sales were held to raise money for two nurs¬ ing scholars and to make a contri¬ bution to the Jimmy Fund. In May the girls were hostesses at a Tea at which the ladies from the Maria Hayes Home were guests. Some of the members serve as aides at the Leonard Morse Hospi¬ tal. Others help assemble Christ¬ mas and Thanksgiving dinners for needy families. Since many of the members of the club enter schools of medicine or therapy as well as nursing schools, the club will be known from now on as the Medical Club of Natick High. First Row, L-R.: E. Pipe, G. Marshall, G. Lipofsky, M. Adams, J. Fisher, L. Nold, M. Picard, R. Phinney. Second Row: Mrs. Brown, P. Nagles, C. Brown, A. Jennings, L. Trinkley, A. Baram, M. Breen, L. Grande, S. Madden, P. Gulko, S. Blum, M. Kane. Third Row: B. Mayer, N. Hastings, C. Mahon, K. McDonough, S. Hennahan, S. Fletcher, L. East, L. Copplestone, B. Hurd, J. Mitchell, S. Nolan. I I -jl il First Row, L-R: R. Marso, L. Melchiorri. Second Row: J. Todd, D. D. Benson, L. Rosenbloom, K. Hayt, J. Murphy, K. Ross, A. Fitch, K. Linton, C. Wescott. Third Row: J. Lynch, J. Lockhard, Dubosky, L. Marso, R. Frye, S. Gannon, M. Sherman, D. Intiner- L. Reed, M. Doucette. Fourth Row: M. Davis, K. Shultz. Fifth elli, P. Klein. Row: M. Mabardy, A. Quigley, E. Hurwitz, C. Grillo, L. Walker, BUSINESS SERVICE CLUB The Business Service Club, under the direction of Mr. Bayne Drown, has had a very active year. Many of the girls served as secretaries for the department heads, while others acted as clerical assistants to various members of the faculty. The group participated in field trips earlier in the year and entertained at tea in May for Mrs. Daisy Wildbur Robinson who is retiring. A highlight of the affair was a birthday remembrance and a cake to celebrate this happy occasion. STAGECRAFT CLUB The Stagecraft Club is vested with the responsibility of preparing for activities on the stage. The club was started to provide a means for students interested in the workings of the stage to learn how to operate the various pieces of stage equipment. Typical apparatus operated by the members of the club are: the controlboard, amplifiers, spotlights, hoists, and other associated paraphanalia. Members of the club provide the sound, lighting and special effects, plus the scenery, for the musical events, plays, and assemblies. The stage is always busy weeks before plays or musicals while the " technicians” wire and aim lights and microphones. For special effects, tape recorders, record players, and extra speakers are set up. Besides its stage activities, the club also provides the equip¬ ment for dances, athletic events, and civic groups. Club mem¬ bers also maintain the equipment that is used by the club. Besides offering their talents to the school, Stagecraft Club members gain a great deal of worthwhile experience, and past members of the club have pursued careers in dramatics as a result of experience gained by operating the stage equipment. First Row, L-R: R. Mostechi, G. Churchill, P. Thomp¬ son. Second Row: W. Leonard, W. Sweeney, R. Ray. First Row, L-R: S. Rubin, L. Levitiz, B. Knight, L. Hazen, N. M. Hardy, B. Low, C. O’Hara, T. Selgman, K. Shultz, M. Powers, Fuller, M. Sheehan C. Bond, D. Bixby, N. Hayes, A. Bellafon- C. Grillo, S. O’Hara, B. Camp, J. O’Neil, J. Judge, M. Schulman, taine, S. Barker, S. Madden, K. Sandrew, C. Brown, P. Williams, M. Quinlan, M. Ippolito. Third Row: J. Harper, S. Caren, J. S. Cote, P. Collins, C. Sibley, D. Roach. Second Row: B. Levine, Adams, D. Nardo, W. Kloper, J. Fitzgerald, J. Coplan, M. Wolfe, S. Finkelstein, D. Baram, A. Bransfield, G. Carneigie, E. Roberts, R. Monaco, J. Saart, W. Peterson, R. Miller, D. Kupps, L. Barker. THE DRAMATIC CLUB Under the leadership of the club sponsor, Mr. Harry L. Garnett, and the club officers, Arnold Bellefontaine (President), Nancy Gregg (Vice-president), and Nancy Hayes (Secretary), experimental techniques in modern theater were studied. Particular attention was paid to the utilization of multiple playing levels, lighting instead of scenery and sets, the use of sounds to help convey a background mood or heighten an emotion, and effec¬ tive costuming. The results of our studies were presented to an enthusiastic student body in the form of scenes from two tragedies. This is the group that does so much to spread the great Natick High spirit and to en¬ courage support of our sports teams. Its services this past year included selling programs at all home football games, running the soft drink concession at bas¬ ketball games, and selling pins and megaphones to loyal Natick Under the direction of Miss Mary Leavitt and Barbara Levine the year was one of activity for the group. We afe proud to have been able to present a scholar¬ ship to a worthy senior girl. First Row, L-R: B. Casey, C. Mahon, E. Bransfield, A. Baram (Treasurer), B. Levine (President), M. Powers (Vice President), L. Adams, M. Hand, D. O’Donnell. Second Row: B. Low, J. Glines, A. Bransfield, M. Breen, J. Long, E. Farrell, B. McEvoy, E. Stepner, P. Crowley, K. Linton, J. Mitchell, B. Woish, Miss Leavitt. Third Row: B Adams, L. Gross, G. Whitemore, L. MacAllister, S. Fiddler, N. Brown, S. Burns, J. O ' Hare, D. Fitch, P. DeAngelis, B. Foreman, C. Liska. Fourth Row: S. Troy G. Berstein, B. Knight, C. Robicheau, C. Nest, M. Carey, C. Berman, P. Luttrell, J. O’Neil, Stockelburg, L. Morrissey, D. Bixby, B. Brack. Fifth Row: K. Fandell, J. Johnson, D. Collins, C. Powers, H. Zeidell, I. Spaulding, S. Brown, N. Gregg, G. Jensen, N. Tulloch, D. Mc- Mertray, J. Cameron. CLUB First Row, L-R: J. Kiley, S. Knight, J. Fitzgerak J. Ignacio, R. Bradford. Second Row: P. Mostenki M. Raider, D. Mandells, W. Petersen, D. Horka. R. Nation, J. McGrath, S. Hersey, S. Chapman R. Hayes, D. Bailey, T. Hawes. Third Row: A Rogers, J. Beliveau, R. Hayes, T. Gilbert, V Pettingall, R. Lucas, J. Wilson, D. Wilson, F LeMarbe, T. Smith, T. Fitzgerald. First Row G - ing Up Stairs: K. Louden, R. McGovern, ? Schneekloth, T. VanTassel, L. Smith, A. Dye, J. Gunner, P. Leavitt, L. Spzakowski, R. Budnick, S Saradinck. Second Row: B. Peoples, M. Kriger, T Bowles, E. Stevenson, R. Hennigar, D. BernarcL G. Pease. YEARBOOK LITERARY COMMITTEE Early in December seniors who wished to work on the literary staff for the yearbook signed up in Eng¬ lish classes. From the many who vol¬ unteered thirty-five were selected. Many of these people worked faith¬ fully and met once a week to com¬ plete the individual write-ups. Row One, L-R: M. Maffei, N. Glover, P. Phin- ney, J. O’Neil, M. Hayward. Second Row: Fry, A. Waters, R. Wright, J. Dada, M. Whalen, F. Watts, N. Hayes. Third Row: P. Losco, R. Ford, D. O’Donnell, L. Nold, E. Stepner, C. O’Brien, D. Rose. SASSAMON r 64 YEARBOOK TYPING COMMITTEE Although the committee was small in size, the members worked diligently to keep up with the copy submitted weekly by the literary staff. Mention should also be made of those faithful juniors who gave of their time and talents to assist in typing labels, identifying pictures, and doing the many ar¬ duous tasks that go into building a yearbook. First Row: S. Bryant. Second Row: E. Hurvitz, D. Wright. Third Row: P. Steele. ■jm m IT [mm . v m mi 1 m Hr i. 1 j u I m iiM mm m mi 1 tjBgb, : : ' A:- ; 1 - YEARBOOK ART COMMITTEE The yearbook art committee meeting twice a week, under the experienced direc¬ tion of Miss Beverly Poulin, literally was in charge of putting the yearbook together. Six girls including Dianah Gresty, Chris¬ tine Langlois, Barbara Levine, Cecile Robi- cheau, Mary Anne Sheehan, and Diane Tas- saniri, were chosen at the end of the 1963 school year to make up this committee. At this time, the girls attended a yearbook con¬ ference at Boston University at which they learned just what it was to create and emass a high school yearbook. For a single page out of 184 — a design must be created, if pictures are indicated they must be cropped, proportioned and identified. Next, a design for arranging pic¬ tures with the proper spacing for type must be obtained. If any art work is to appear, a separate sheet of white paper must be drawn upon with india ink. The exact lay out for each page is constructed on squared layout paper, indicating position, size, and color, f any. Then, the layout paper, the art work sheet, photos and type are sent to the printer. Much appreciation is felt for Miss Poulin. Because of the untiring effbrts of the Yearbook Subscription Committee, the Class of 1964 solicited and sold the greatest num¬ ber of yearbooks of any previous class to graduate from Natick High School. This was made possible by the large number of dedi¬ cated seniors who worked so diligently on the com¬ mittee visiting homerooms before school and taking time after school to make the returns for the day. Therefore, the committee certainly should be com¬ mended for work well done for the Class of 1964. for her inventive and firm guidance through¬ out the year in trying to make the 1964 Sassamon the best that it could possibly be. First Row, L-R: D. Kimball, S. Cole, R. Allen, J. McEleney. Second Row: E. Roberts, E. Wilton- burg, B Camp, K. Brown, N. Fuller, J. Wright, C. Manna, C. Grillo, S. Gustaveson, P. Hutchinson , D. Foss, K. Benjamin, N. Tullock, S. Madden, K. Horton, H. Walters. Third Row: D. O ' Donnell, E. Fishman, V. Sanford, M. Sheehan, D. Mitchell, E. Bransfield, S. Bryant, B. Levine, M. Ma- bardy, M. Campisi, G. Flumer. YEARBOOK SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE X ' Ai, The Natick High School Band is both a marching band and a concert band. In the early part of the school year the eighty-two members spent countless hours on Saturday mornings practicing the new formations for the weekly football games. On Friday afternoons the band supported the cheerleaders at the successful football rallies. At the conclusion of the football season the three periods per week devoted to band were employed for the preparation of the music for the Christmas Assembly and the Winter Music Festival. In February and March the band prepared for two annual concert tours to Coolidge Junior High and Franklin High. In the spring the graduation music, the Memorial Parade music, the Honor Society i ” _ _ _ 1 1 1 - _ _I 1_J ttSVMk mmm -.fp Wwm • m : ' i: :TS$ i±? ’Tlrflr .W: ; W i G. Gorden, F. Miller, P. Grupposo, D. Atkinson, M. Slack, T. beig- man, S. McDonald. Fourth Row: T. Stephens, E Seaholm, B. Swan¬ son, M. Daly, R. Tibbetts, E. Malick, J. Mastoe, R- Whiten, W. Reid, R. Miller, D. Brandt, P. Hammond, R. Glashore J. Ryder, G. Wells. D. Slack, C. Harden, P. Hicks, J. Geulfail, W. Scheufele, T. Janson T. Mandini, S. Caron. Not Shown: S. Walt, J. Aldnge, E. Weller, J Walter, C. Sibley, W. Hadden, S. Haden, E. Wiltenberg, T. Casey K. Louden. B. Nickles, R. Hall, F. Dunlevy, S. Kelley, B. Wilson. -R- S. Blum, L. Fahey, K. Petrie. Second Row: I. Irving, :. Adams, A. Shepard, E. Black, S. Snell, D. Wright M ilumenthal, L. Miller, J. Adams, M. Keezer, P. Licadone j, J. Fine, M. Peck, S. Keith, D. O Connor, N. Hayes Sanderson, S. Bryan, C. Robinson. Third Row. K. Everitt D. Young, P. Rinehart, M. Curwitz, E. Brewster, J. In Shulman, R. McDonald, J. Harper, E. Stone, K. Kimball, K ; Porter. 1. Davidson, E. Darling, C. Kelley, M. Howard jgggp WEATHER L-R: R. Robbins, D. Brown, J. Hughes, E. Brewster, J. Looms, M. Sissenwine TEACHERS The Future Teachers, under the leadership of President, Laura Hayes, and Miss Nancy Bonazzoli, Adviser, had a busy and profitable year. The girls sponsored a Food Sale to raise the money for a scholarship to be awarded at Class Day ber of their group. They also gave a tea for t he mothers in the Faculty Lounge during the month of May. Some of the speakers who addressed the group included Mr. Anthony Damplo, Director of Elementary Education; Dr. Gail Cosgrove of the Framingham State College and a member of the Natick School Committee; several members of our own faculty and representatives from the organization working currently with retarded childen. Films were shown at several meetings held on alternate Mondays in Ad28. to a mem First Row, L-R: E. Simmons, L. Hayes, P. Driver, S. Kehoe. Second Row, L-R: C. Haynes, G. Greenburg, C. Scanlon, P. Saunders. Third Row: P. Brady, C. Robbins, L. Morrisey, J. McNichols Fourth Row M. Fallon, J. Zimmerman, L. Fellman. Fifth Row: N. Hayes, D. Baram, R. Ford, J. O’Hare, S. Kaufman, C. Grillo, D. Foss, J. Sims, N. Kelley, P. Alexander, J. Grant, J. Peterson, D. Berman, J. Davidson, M. Adleman, K. Horton, K. Barnicle, C. Bent, D. Stockelburg, C. White, E. Wiltenburg, P. Williams. our own RADIO GLUB L-R: R. Langhorst, S. Wishik, M. Bennett, M. Wolfe, R. Casey. Front Row, L-R: Miss Hamm, J. Korenburg, E. Fishman, R. Karlan, C. Saunders, C. White, D. Stockelburg. Stairs: M. Roberts, C. Jones, P. Chapman, D. Berman, S. Krute, C. Sibley, L. White- hill, C. Robinson. FRENCH CLUB The purpose of a French Club is to provide a forum for those stu¬ dents who enjoy speaking French. The Cardinal rule of the club levies a fine on those caught speaking English; even officers have not al¬ ways been known to escape the treasurer’s wealth. The officers are: President, Julie Korenberg; Vice President, Peter Kaufman; Secretary, Mary-Ann Sheehan; and Treasurer, Ellen Fish¬ man. The possible activities of the club are unlimited, including at times the almost traditional games of French " Scrabble’’ and " Pass- j word ”, trips to see French plays, I French films, but for the most part eating French food . . . and for the more venturesome, performing a French Love Play. These activities vary from year to year as do the I imaginations of its members. j 125 A CAPELLA CHORUS O’Hara, M. Hayward, D. Stockelburg, K. Horton, S. Madden, V, Mathes, G. Carnegie, M. Holloway, B. Camp, L. Walker, P Williams, M. Roberts, C. Sibley, S. Barker. Third Row: J. Adams, D. Nardo, W. Kloper, D. Kupps, M. Izor, J. Fontechio, D Moore, A. Bellefontaine. First Row, L-R: B. Adams, L. Winters, S. Townsend, N. Hayes, N, Hastings, D. Darling, J. Litchfield, S. Neus, M. Powers, L. Doran, C. Brown, P. Chapman, D. Chiacchia, D. Driscoll, D. Sinclair, D, Rose, A. Fine, J. O’Hare, D. Baram, J. Korenburg, S. Gustafson Second Row: M. Smith, C. Jones, K. Fontaine, K. Benjamin, N, McKeen S. MacCorkle, E. Wiitenburg, B. Wall, J. O’Neil This year the A Cappella Chorus appeared at many of the assemblies and other school functions. A varied program was presented to an enthusiastic audience at Christmas time. In February a delightful Music Festi¬ val and music assembly kept the members busy . Early in March the group travelled to Franklin High School for an exchange program. Another appearance at the Transfer of Flag ceremonies in May and par¬ ticipation at the Class Day and Graduation exercises wound up a very full year. Mr. Bachini is to be con¬ gratulated. ceremonies in : m 1 i!i M •• ; flip First Row, L-R: P. Williams, E. Pipe, B. Levine, D. Baram, C. Sibley, L. Hayes, J. Adams, S. Kaufman, P. Stevenson, K. Coolidge, A. McGinnis, R. Budnick, P. Kaufman, E. Wiltenberg, P. Dreka, S. Katz. Second Row: L. Hazen, D. Darling, L. Whitehill, J. Kent, J. Olenick, D. Roach, T. Dinino, R. Tiberio, J. Fitzgerald, R. Hayes, C. Martin, B. Swenson, L. Spakowski, W. Hadden, C. Robinson, D. Stockelburg, E. Mallick, K. Winters, S. Big- gart, S. Blum, C. Marshall. Third Row: J. Spadoni, A. Chamberlain, P. Chapman, N. McKeene, E. Roberts, S. Kehoe, N. Gregg, E. Scneiderman, 1 Fleming, C. Brown, B. Wall, M. Oken, S. Chiacchia, C. Whorton, J. O’Neil Tripp, C. Jones, L. Gross, J. Peterson K. Tobbins, P. Losco, L. McAlister] L. Harris, D. Brown, W. Peterson. Fourth Row: E. Stone, P. Grupposo, J Damplo, G. Durphy, D. Wilson, D. Abbott, W. Smith, M. Siegal, E. SteverJ son, S. Willis, M. Kreiger, J. Wilson, W. Stockwell, J. Coplan, J. Ignacio] T. Speckman, K. Barnicle, M. Feely, G. Conroy, M. Raider. I The 1963-64 school year was a busy and profitable one for the Na¬ tick Chapter of the National Honor Society. The year opened with twenty-seven members who had been inducted in the spring of 1963. The election of officers was held with the following result: President, Philip Stevenson; Vice- president, Susan Kaufman; Secre¬ tary, Katherine Coolidge. The year ended with a total membership of forty-three seniors. The annual Honor Society Tea was held in December in the Fac¬ ulty Lounge. Under the chairman¬ ship of Susan Kaufman the affair went off smoothly. On February 1, 1964, the Natick Chapter was host of a convention of the Eastern Massachusetts Association of the National Honor Society Chapters. Through the efforts of the general chairman Linda Martin, our advisor, Miss Aurora Perez, and the entire chapter, this organizational conference was very successful and will hopefully be fol¬ lowed by many like it. Members of the Natick Chapter performed three induction ceremonies in 1964: Westwood High School in January; Framingham South in March; and our own induc¬ tion in April. At the Natick ceremony forty juniors were admitted to membership, pro¬ viding a solid nucleus for next year’s chapter. 128 •. w„: - —---v ' First Row, L-R: A Baram, J. Lang, B. McElvoy, McKeen, A. Bransfield, M. Breen, E. Sigalove. E. Stepner, E. Farrell. Second Row: L. Martin, N. The attractive 1963-64 squad, capably led by Barbara McEvoy, will be remem ¬ bered for the support they gave the foot¬ ball, basketball and hockey teams as well as our champion track team. Winning first place in the Bay State League Cheerleading Competition held at Brandeis University brought Natick High another coveted championship. Early in May of 1963 the girls began their strenuous daily workouts. Practices continued throughout the summer and appearances at the first rally proved them hard working and enthusiastic. Only with the support of the entire student body could this group have risen to such heights. The faithful members were: Captain Barbara McEvoy, Enid Step¬ ner, Linda Martin, Nicki McKeen, Ellen Sigalove, Mary Breen, Ann Bransfield, Joan Lang, Ava Baram, and Eileen Far¬ rell. CHEERLEADERS . J ■ tmm • ll 11111 With unyielding spirit, the will to win, and the capable leadership of Captain Timmie Gilbert, the 1963 football team came back from JL a season beginning with defeat to win six games, losing two and tying one. The scoring power of senior backs Pete Hall, and Jim Kiley, and end Tim Beliveau IgBIsensational. FOOTBALL Front Row, L-R: T. Hawes, J. McGrath, R. Nation, J. Beliveau, T. Gilbert, Captain; R. Hall, P. Morgan, R. Hayes, J. Kiley. Row Two: Assistant Coach James Stehlin, R. Lucas, N. Knight, G. Hall, B. Brousseau, K. Lowden, A. Dye, G. Pease, W. Pettingell, N. McKeown, Head Coach Dan Bennett, Assistant Coach Robert JC helan, Row Three: E. Morris, D. Green, D. Nicholson, J. Garry, D. Bailey, J. Wilson, D. Brien, R. Bradford, P. Zicko, J. Wright, J. Smith, J.V. Coach F. Collins. Row Four: J. Perriera, Manager; A. Sussan, W. Curley, R. Crossman, R. Feeley, J. Ignacio, J. Ghetti, J. Fitzgerald, G. Benes, R. Stephenson, D. Gerber, Manager. Row Five: W. Ball, R. Yeo¬ mans! A. Graham, D. Hill, P. Tetrault, N. Stone, D. Wilson, W. Traver, D. Kietely. Row Six: D Graham, P. Prior, C. Leighton, G. Nims, P. D’Innocenzo, J. Koslowski, R. Leach. : ' - y . - t t w - . 1 9 . — --t Hi mm? ™ KSgwS. w:;; . . .vw.V,; Quarterback Bill Pettingell an all-around prising player. He passed and both with ease and great effective¬ ness, proving to be a lowering boom to opposing teams. In front of Bill were senior linemen Ed Deeley, Rich Hayes, Scott Knight, and Bob Hayes; a formidable wall £ whether attacking or defending. Specialists Tim Hawes, Asa Dye, Tom Smith and Ken Lowden rounded off the senior members of the squad. was sive The most glorious and joyrul moment of the season came in the last three minutes of the Turkey - be tween Day traditional contest the " Redmen” and the Framing¬ ham Flyers. These few minutes saw Natick tie and then go ahead to defeat the Flyers in the most thrilling game of the football sea¬ son. ■fey ■ : : : : ' -fe ... 1-i ; : :; .f:V| fc-j-Iil ' .iSU ' • ■ ... • ••••;. • v. Leadership, us Training made the team. Greatly respected head coach Dan Bennett handled the boys forcefully and expertly, along with the aid of coaches Robert Whelan and Jim Stehlin, and trainer Guy Leighton, to shape the team. The senior members of the varsity, mentioned above will be leaving Natick High Sports in June, but behind them they leave players such as juniors John Ignacio, Bob Bradford, Butch White and cap¬ tain-elect John Wilson, plus sophomore Paul D’ln- nocenzo and a well-trained promising J.V. team to carry the Natick Tradition to win. J.V. FOOTBALL First Row, L-R: R. Howe, D. Farrell, R. Crossman, R. Miller, J. Koz- lowski, T. Farnham, V. Wright, J. Davis, R. Lowe, R. Knight. Second Row: A. Tatro, J. Mullaney, A. Jennings, J. Janiak, H. Nicholes, W. Johnson, D. Marshall, P. Pallotta, G. McParland, Coach Colombo, Coach Fitzgerald. Third Row: P. Hicks, P. Grady, W. Robicheau, J. Foley, D. Trubiano, R. Higgins, F. Culcasi, D. Fitzgerald, J. Rogers. Fourth Row: F. Thorsen, S. MacDonald, K. Mitchell, R. Phinney, D. Conlin, J. Pot¬ ter, F. Martin, M. Collins, K. Morgan. Last Row: J. Murphy, D. Frech¬ ette, J. Furtado, P. O Regan, W. Lamont, M. Coppellotti, J. Dischinger, J. Walter, manager; S. Brown, Manager. 135 { • + t SW lW ASNW v aw avawav v WAW.AWMVW.V :- ox : :: ::: •. First Row, L-R: P. Irving, D. Manson, P. Stevenson, R. Wright, S. Dubosky, R. Penswick, Captain: R. Wright, R. Mims, L. Smith, L. Spakowki, M. Kreiger, J. Dada. Second Row: W. Lamont, E Goassy, D. Robinson, Head Coach Mr. E. Bransfield. Third Row: J. Irving, Manager; G. Lilja, P LeMarbe, D. Abbott, K. Anderson, J. Littleton, M. Durkin, D. Sauro, R. Balcolm. Successful track squads are becoming a habit at Natick High. If this habit were ever to be broken, it should have been this year, for this was to be a year for building. However, the cross-country squad, under the able and persistent coaching of Mr. Brans¬ field, not only built for the future, but also managed to turn in a formidable 8-1 record to place second in the Bay State League. Captain Bob Penswick and Steve Dubosky were the only predicted " dependables”. However, such " rookie” stars as Luke Szpakowski, the Wright twins, Phil Stevenson, and captain-elect Doug Moore came through with hard work to build the strongest all-around team in the league. The only loss was to Needham by one point. Needham has lost only one meet in six years (last year to Natick). With iVl miles of running a day, six days a week, our team supplied the building block for the undefeated Indoor Track Team which followed them. 136 asv ,;. w jiw a ; i w ii ig a i j ja i wi i o w " f? VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row, L-R: N. McKeown, M. Tomassetti, R. Budnick, D. MacGregor, Co-captain; W. Pet- tingell, Co-captain; F. LaMaitre, S. Saradnick, W. Walsh. Second Row: D. Snell, R. Hewitt, W. Ball, J Wilson, J. White, J. Ignacio, D. Bernardi, Manager P. Irving, Coach Christie. The ’63-64 basketball team, under second-year coach Charles Christie, and led by great co-captains, Bill Pettin- gell and Dave MacGregor, achieved a highly-successful and commendable record. Although the tallest starter was cornerman Walt Ball, who stands only 6’2 and despite the fact that center, John Ignacio and forward, Dave Ber¬ nardi, were both under 6 tall, the team finished with a record of 16 wins and 4 losses, one of which was a heart¬ breaking loss to Melrose in the quarter-finals of the Tech Tourney. They had previously defeated Carmelites of Hamilton in the preliminary game. The team was involved in nine games which were decided by three points or less, winning seven of these and losing only to Melrose by 2 and Needham by 1. With the starting five composed of seniors MacGregor and Pettingell and juniors Ball, Ber¬ nardi, and Ignacio, the N.H.S. five also had a potent group of seniors, Neil McKeown, Steve Saradnik, Bob Bunick, Mike Tomassetti, Frans LeMaitre and Bill Burke, as well as juniors John Wilson and John Wight. BASKETBALL Firs Row, L-R: A. Tatro, A. Stuart, J. Murphy, P. McGowen , R. Low, J. Ghetti. Second Row: Coach Filledes, R. Kopelman, D. Young, R. Miller, P. Driver, D. Thompson, R. Pizzano. Third Row: P. D’lnnecenzo. T. Thorson, D. Farrell, L. Carr, P. LaMarbe. wuer y •1 ■. ■ -A— • | « —- ■ AfcVAVi W " • —JLm -x: ---v r- :5—lu. ;£? ■ v- ggr£-: rjc= |UUi This 63-64 team, succeeded not by brute strength, in the Bay State League, but rather by desire and fair play. This fair play can be shown in the naming of Co-captain Bill Pettingell as recipient of the Smoky Kelleher Sportsmanship award, an award given annually to one player in Eastern Massachu¬ setts for his play during the regular continued play such as this, plus the returning of five lettermen and the developing of a number of Jaycees, the future looks bright for Coach Christie Dave Bernardi and Walt er teams as some With new-co-captains ••afflBG.V. Row One, L-R: P. Schneekloth, R. Dzintars, P. Hall, Captain J. Kiley, T. Van Tassell, M. Prince, T. Hawes. Row Two: T. Casey, R. Maxwell, D. Sabean, J. Koslowski, P. Pallotta, B. Robicheau. Coach William Leary. Under their new coach, Mr. Leary, the hockey team experienced a season far above all expectations. These boys had long, hard practices that paid off. With a season record of 6-4-2. Credit should also be given to Captain Jim Kiley who was a very devoted leader. He always gave his team the spirit they needed when things looked tough. The other members of the squad were: Peter Hall, Ted Van Tassel, Hal Garvey, Tim Hawes, Paul Bacon, and Paul Schneekloth. The underclassmen, who were inexperienced, helped lead their team to many great vic¬ tories. This team had the one asset many teams lack—determination. This led the team into the playoffs where they lost only by a slim margin. These boys never gave up once because they were from the " Home of Champions”. The team received loyal support each Saturday night from the cheerleaders and the many Natick fans. Congratulations to Coach Leary and Captain Jim Kiley for a job well done. HOCKEY P. Hall, T. VanTassell, M. Prince, D Starting Five: J. Kiley, Captain Sabean. Captain Jim Kiley, Coach Bill Leary gasgB The Natick High School Tennis Team, coached by Mr. Ralph Sloan, won third place in the Bay State League. The team lost to the perennial leaders of the league, Wellesley and Needham, twice each and dropped two close decisions to Braintree and Milton. Overall the wins were confident ones and the losses were close. The team posted a 10-6 record for the year in its sec¬ ond consecutive winning season. Captain Peter Kaufman in his third year on the team led the seven-man squad. Two Gerry Gunner and Mark Kriger, played their first season. Other seniors were Ted Miller, Don Kimball, and Norman Lecointre. With three veteran juniors play¬ ing next year and promising sophomores coming up, the team should continue its success next year. VtHtf ' V seniors next First Row, L-R: M. Kreiger, E. Bennett, W. Smith, J. Gunner, B. Hutchins, T. Miller, N Le Cointre, P. Kaufman, Coach Mr. Sloan. TRACK First Row, L-R: J. Gunner, J. Whelan, J. Craig, P. Stevenson, N. Manager; Mr. E. Bransfield. Third Row: R. Cabo, C. Claps, R. Knight, R. Hayes, R. McGovern, S. DuBosky, R. Wright, R. Chlebda, J. Stetson, R. Hurst, A. Musson, P. Gayton, R. Miller, Lucas, Captain; R. Wright, L. Szpakowsik, E. Gerber, R. Peoples, D. Wilson, R. Leach, J. Fitzgerald, W. Fowler, R. Fancy, D. R. Mostecki, R.-Nation, B. Levin, R. Tiberio. Second Row: Head Boudreau, R. Robinson, D. Chapman, M. Durkin, L. Mann, J. Coach Mr. R. Whelan, N. Lacointre, C. Threat, F. Conte, J. Littleton, S. MacDonald. Fourth Row: S. Misuik, E. Darling, R. MacEleney, L. Smith, D. Horka, D. Merson, P. Grupposo, B. Lunsford, B. Theroux, D. Bailey, R. Bradford, S. Hersey, D. Mar- Penswick, M. Kriger, A. Rogers, F. Ross, R. Boudreau, J. Schmuak, shall, H. Barstow, L. Zoll, H. Forman, R. Baker, E. Bradford, E. P. Schwartz, P. O’Regan, R. Tibbetts, Mr. C. Welch, Publicity Lamont, M. Collins, D. Bond. This year’s indoor track team was a hard-working team of what Coach Bob Whelan called ' Miracle Men”. When the class of " 63 graduated, they left only three returning lettermen from the junior class—Robert Penswick, Barry Peoples, and Robert Lucas. All the local newspapers predicted a long, cold winter for Mr. Whelan and his assistant, Mr. Bransfield. But after the very first meet this feeling was completely erased. The Miracle Workers”, led by Captain Bob Lucas and Bob Penswick, went on to win every single meet and to bring home the Met League Division II Championship trophy. The highlight of the season, was the win over powerful Quincy by only-two-thirds of a point. wsMmmmrnwmmmmamm VARSITY BASEBALL First Row, L-R: R. Bradford, T. Hawes, T. Bowles, R. Budnick, S. Saradnick, W. Pettingall, J Beliveau, W. Van Tassel. Second Row: Coach Carroll, P. Innecenzo, J. Ignacio, J. Wight, R. Dyro, R. Casey. The 1964 edition of the Natick High School Base¬ ball team missed the Eastern Massachusetts Baseball Tournament by one game. However, it is the sincere opinion of Coach John Carroll that this team worked harder than any other team he has had at Natick and with a few breaks would have qualified for the tournament. The team had a 12-6 record. An outstanding victory was that over Braintree 5-4. Captain Steve Saradnik compiled a .517 batting average which included four homeruns, three triples, four doubles and twenty-eight runs batted in. Other outstanding senior players included Tom Bowles and Joe Coleman, pitchers, winning 5-3 and 4-2 games. Bill Pettingell won four games as a pitcher and batted .312 as the team’s regular short¬ stop. Jim Belliveau won four games batting .298 and bob Budnick, catcher, batted .287. He was considered the best receiver in the league. Ted VanTassel, right fielder, did a good job defensively and contributed several key hits. Smile, you’re on Candid Camera 0mm • ' Dog-gone-it we did it again mm , GOLF L-R: R. Powell, S. Phillips, R Long, D. Frechette, L. Scam mon, M. Larraco, J. Sudelis P. Driver, J. Coffee, Mr Vaughan. losses and°one tie ’ With " the exception of one match our team was never more than two points away from vic¬ tory. It was not uncommon to see a Natick golfer facing a three or four foot putt on the 18th green with victory hanging in the balance. This was typical of the pressure and competition this year in a very strong Bay State League. One of the highlights of the 1964 season was our triumph over a strong Wellesley team on their home grounds. Although Framingham had two teams and two op¬ portunities to defeat us this year, they twice succumbed to the long hitters from i J j jl■ M „ Natick. Framingham North was defeated • j Ik-m and later Framingham South suffered a f 1 ImH similar fate. The Redmen also subdued 1 j I Dedham and played to a draw with a ■ I l? l P stubborn Milton sextet. On the other side I I of the ledger Natick dropped decisions to II Braintree, Needham, league champion l Jr Walpole, and Norwood. I Iff fgL Captain Jim Coffey will be remembered by his teammates and opponents for his keen sense of competition, consistently good golf, and his prowess on the putting green. The phenominal driving of Bob Powell and his occasional bursts of sub-par golf bewildered many an opponent. The picture swing, the long drive, and a knack for getting that " birdie” were typical of John Sudelis. Coach Walter Vaughan is looking for- f ward to the 1965 season and will be | V f relying on R. Omerso, Steve Phillips and , U 1 Paul Driver. MB First Row, L-R: F. Conte, B. Penswick, A. Rodgers, H. Leavitt, D. Gerber, R. Nation, L. Smith, P. Irving, P. Stevenson, P. Grupposo, R. Wright, S. Knight, S. Dubosky, R. Lucas, J. Dada, D. Horka, G. Pease, A. Dye, R. Boudreau, R. Hayes, T. Gilbert, R. Hayes, J. McEleney Second Row: Mr. Welch, L. Spakowski, R. Tiberio, W. Hadden, B. Peoples, N. Mabardy, D. Merson, R. Hennigar, J. Whalen, P. Zicko, P. Robinson, F. Rivers, J. Nashanian, P. Thor- eau, W. Traber, D. O’Brien, J. Young, E. Darling, P. Mandells, B. Yoemans. Mr. Whalen, Mr. Bennett. Third Row: N. Comrad, P. Irving, W. Bordman, N. McQuen, W. Fowler, H. Foreman, D. Marshall, J. Whitney, R. Warren, P. Tetrault, D. Bryant, M. Dur¬ kin, R. Baker, T. O Keefe, R. Bailey, B. Corcoran, D. Blumenthal, D. Young, P. Anastas, R. Redfield, B. Sweeney, J. Spurling. Fourth Row: D. Boudreau, S. Grupposo, C. Brown, C. Clapp, W. Robi- cheau, P. LeMarbe, R. Knight, J. Walsh, V. Wright, J. Sax, C. Miller, D. Wilson, J. Littleton, D. Sauro, S. Hersey, G. Mc- Keown, S. MacDonald, R. Janick, R. Morse, P. Spindle, K. Flu- mere, D. Farrell, W. Johnson, N. Infere, R. Kopelman, P. Aans- tos, E. Ambroszio, N. McKeown. Fifth Row: D. MacGacron, W. Tibbetts, R. Stephenson, D. Wilson, L. Woods, S. Hersey, J. Fitz¬ gerald, E. McNeil, D. Thompson, R. Cotter. Under the guidance of Coach Robert Whelan, the 1964 outdoor track squad con¬ cluded its schedule with a perfect 9-0 slate, its fourth consecutive undefeated outdoor season, and annexed the Bay State League championship for the fifth consecutive year. The team’s indoor-outdoor win streak was extended to 55 straight, an achievement es¬ pecially gratifying for the senior members of the team who did not lose a meet in their three years at Natick High. Although the team relied principally on depth for its strength, there were many outstanding individual performers. Co-captain Steve Dubosky and Luke Szpakowski often went one-two in the two-mile and Co-captain Scott Knight set a league record in the discus, as did Asa Dye in the pole vault. Finishing undefeated in their particular events were senior Jack Whalen in the 440 and junior Paul Robinson, the team’s high scorer, in the low hurdles. Other consistent winners were Russ Wright, Bob Penswick, Bob Lucas, Tom O’Keefe, Dennis Boudreau, Barry Peoples, Jeff Fitzgerald, and George Pease. ®W : First Row, L-R: B. Monaco, A. Dye, R. Leavitt, M. Cate, G. Bowles, M. Raider, R. Sciretta, N. LeContre, P. Mandels, E. Stephenson. Second Row: M. Feeley, D. Lloyd, A. Stone, R. Cotter, R Conlin, E. Herber, R. Paul, P. Delorey, R. Richards, J. Dada, W. Peterson, T. Dininio, S. Grup poso, J. Danis, Mr. Genova, Coach. This year’s wrestling team, in its second year at NHS, was captained by George Bowles and coached by Mr. William Genova. It compiled a 3-7 won-loss record at the Varsity level, and was undefeated at the Junior Varsity level. The team played an important part in the formation of a future NHS sports strength as evidenced by the fact that a reserve of more skillful and experienced wrestlers has begun to be built up, extending this year into the sophomore ranks. There was an overall improvement in the team from last year and there were two wrestlers who placed in the State Wrestling Matches. These boys were Asa Dye, who was sec¬ ond in the 157-lb. class, and George Bowles, who placed third in the 147-lb. class. Best of all, our wrestlers gained a feeling of personal accomplishment and the ingrained sense of sportsmanship so inherent in wrestling. was Igpfg mm ..... mmm The social events of the year in¬ cluded a picnic at Donna Chi- acchia’s home in October, a short trip to Harrison, Maine, in Febru¬ ary, and the annual banquet held on June 1. Money was raised through the sale of candy after car wash and the sale school, and of stationery. The officers for the year included Nancy Nettleton, president, Peggy Murphy, president, Nancy Hayes, secretary, and Nancy Tulloch, treasurer, with Judy O’Neil senior representative, Donna Chiacchia junior representa¬ tive and Daun Washington sopho- Carol White l vice mm C. White, M. Murphy, D. Chiacchai, N. Nettleton (President), Miss Tillson, N L-R Hayes, J. O’Neil, N. Tulloch more representative was program chairman Mnj » •. ' ■ w.jy y;; B l i p « W » W g ■ ■ v 6liiju0x -i”» • • • - %■: Nliq W : : T|X?.vx 93B3E S v t5c «3 - 3 : _ Pl • ' w ' Wr 4 r GIRLS ' VARSITY HOCKEY «is« First Row, L-R: J. Washington, J. Haskell, S. Townsend, N. Nettleton, D. Sinclair, P. Murphy, M. Mercer. Second Row: J. Nolan (Manager), L. Copplestone, C. White, Miss Tillson, D. Chiacchia, B. Rundgren, M. Keezer, M. Nettleton (Manager). First Row, L-R: P. Cole, J. Van Tassel, F. Kennedy, P. Casey, D. Miller, P. Starey. Second Row: P. Licadone, D. Washington, S. Todd, C. MacDonald, Miss Tillson, J. Litchfield, S. Dillon, M. Carey, R. Byrne, J. Naylor. This year Natick had a better team with more girls out than we have had for several years. Under the guidance of Miss Ena Tillson and Captain Nancy Nettleton we competed in matches with Brain¬ tree, Wellesley, Framingham North and South, and Needham. The girls enjoyed themselves and feel they have made many friends among the girls from the competing schools. GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY With the swish of the basketball gliding through the basket, the girls’ basketball team began their impressive season. Much credit is due the girls who, with limited practice, came up with the record of five wins, two losses and one tie. Much of the success was due to the ex¬ cellent leadership of co-captains Nancy Net- tleton and Nancy Tulloch, assisted by seniors Kathy Horton, Judy O’Neill and several promising underclassmen coached by Miss ' Vasile. BASKETBALL : ■ £ fr-Xy.-X- Front Row, L-R: T. Mallon, J. O’Neil, N. Tullock, N. Nettleton, K. Horton, J. Naylor. Back Row F. Kennedy, P. Murphy, D. Chiaccahia, J. Ignacio, N. Gregg, M. Mercer, Miss Vasile. mtm fs mi, i . .. .• A MjH Front Row, L-R: B. Rungren, M. Mercer, K. Horton, B. Levine, E. Bransfield, N. Nettleton, M Keiser, G. Bernstein. Back Row: Miss Tillson, M. Littlefield, B. Evans, B. Kamanitz, S. Todd, C Powers, M. Tiernan, J. Van Tassell P. Murphy, J. Naylor. SOFTBALL Although the team managed to win just one game, the playing was heads up most of the season. The experience gained this year should make for more wins next year. Under the guidance of Miss Tillson and Captain Ellen Bransfield a high mark has been set for next year’s team. The seniors will be missed, but hopefully they will be replaced by ambitious underclassmen. Much credit is due the girls who were so very conscientitous and seldom missed practice. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TENNIS Although tennis is just beginning to become a popular sport at Natick High, the success of the team should indicate that we have the potential to become a great tennis town. With a record of four wins, four losses, the Natick racketeers won many of their matches by a margin of five points, while losing by only one. Much credit should be given our senior captain, and first in singles, Ellen Fishman, who always did her best against such tennis towns as Wellesley and Needham. Other seniors who were an asset to our team were Holly Walter and Paula Phinney, but most of all credit is due Nancy Gregg, who won all her second singles’ matches and most of them handily. Miss Vasile is looking forward to a victorious sea¬ son next year. L-R: N. Maloy, P. Phinney, R. Clow, K. Coolidge, N. Gregg, J. James, M. Carey, P. Chapman, J. 152 Tripp, G. Jensen, J. Johnson, E. Fishman, Miss Vasile. OUTSTANDING ATHLETE William Pettingell The faculty and students were very happy to be present at the Class Day exercises when the coveted title of outstanding athlete at Natick High was awarded to Bill Pettin gell. Bill has won honors in football, basketbtall, and baseball during his three years at Natick High. At the Thanksgiving Game of 1963 he completed the pass that defeated Framingham South during the last fifty seconds of the game. In basketball Bill scored more points than any other basketball player in our history. He was the recipient of the Edward Kelleher Sportsmanship Award for his action in the Framingham South game. Bill’s batting average on the diamond was over three hundred during three con¬ secutive years. As All-Scholastic shortstop his junior year he was chosen a member of the Hearst team that played in New York. Bill will enter Providence College in September. Our very best wishes go with him. PH J. Kiley, R. Wright, T. Hawes, T. Gilbert. At an assembly held early in December the members of the Varsity, JV and sopho¬ more football teams were awarded letters. Coaches Bennett, Whalen, Colombo, and Collins made the awards. James Kiley was the winner of the William Hannigan Award, Timothy Hawes the Thomas Mallory Award, and Timothy Gilbert the Rotary Award. This year an award was presented to Russell Wright for excellence in Cross Country. The team and Coach Bransfield are very proud of his achievement. Srm r Z-: mm m m •••: . -t -T:V m 1 r y x - ■ ism 53X m is f v . • V . . 32 ' - ■ • •• 1 ♦ • ' ft ■■ «— ffTr’ • » - Vr Egy t-. iS2$S8 g figjfc y. rv. - B B- - • -i:-- W. ; T- ■ Kv 3s • - - W: mm 55 ••• r ■ ■ ■v-_- r • - T..7SS6! ■ %,. ' .sait ' ■-V- ■ First Row, L-R: D. MacGregor, B. Penswick, P. Bacon, B. McEvoy, R. Lucas, W. Pettingell, S. Saradnick. Second Row: P. Lane, F. Adams, A. Fair, T. Yonkers, R. Randall, Mr. Hayes. ■ m - II Mp S3 £■: • HI - V.WV.V.;.. ‘ 5f. • •: B Mil L Winter Sports Awards At an assembly program the an¬ nual awards were presented to out¬ standing athletes in indoor track, basketball, hockey and wrestling. The award presented by the Ki- wanis Club of Natick to the most valuable Indoor Track squad mem¬ ber went to Robert Penswick. In basketball Bill Pettingell was awarded the Leonard Foley Trophy for outstanding performance and Dave MacGregor the John F. Don¬ ahue Trophy for outstanding spors- manship. The Ralph Howard Trophy for the most valuable player in hockey went to Paul Bacon and the Metro¬ politan Track League Trophy to Coach Whalen and his co-captains for the third consecutive year. Natick’s cheerleaders won the cheerleading competition in a con¬ test with eight other schools. A trophy was presented to Barbara McEvoy. Letters were then awarded to boys in Varsity and JV basketball, hockey, wrestling, and baseball. 156 S. Saradnick, J. Whalen, A. Dye, N. Knight, S. Dubosky, R. Hennigar, C. Welch First Row, L-R Second Row: Vincent Grupposo, P. Smith, P. Lane, Herbert Sedlis Spring Sports Awards At an assembly in June trophies and letters were awarded those boy§, who participated in the spring sports program. Mr. Sloan presented the members of the Tennis team their letters; Mr. Vaughan the members of the Golf team; Mr. Whalen the track- and Mr. Carroll the baseball men players. The winners of the all-sports award given by the local B’nai B’rith was Asa Dye. John Whalen won the award for the most valu¬ able player on.the track team and Ronald Hennigar the award for the most improved player. Steve Saradnick won the award given to the most valuable baseball player. Steve also won this coveted award in his sophomore year. 157 p: : Seated, L-R: M. Sissenwine, P. Alexander, G. Marshall, C. Winters, T. Dininio, N. Fuller. Standing: Mr. Bennett, Dr. Hoge, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Drowne, W. Hadden, A. Maginnis, C. Robinson. SCIENCE AWARDS The Twelfth Annual Science Fair sponsored by the Natick Rotary Club was held the first week in March. The Grand Prize Winner for this year’s fair was Gay Marshall, who later represented Natick High at the Massachusetts State Fair, placing third. In the field of Advanced Biology Gay placed first; Marjorie Kane, second; and Ronald Monaco, third. In Physics, Thomas Dininio was first; Luke Szapakow- ski, second; and Linda Klein, third. In Chemistry, we find Michael Sissen¬ wine, first; David Brown, second; and Nancy Gregg, third. Biology winners were Pamela Alexander, first; Debbie Patterson, second; and Ralph Patter¬ son, third. .. ' m |- V ' 1 -«“ -•» - :cc:: . ' : l ir ■ ■ ■■■ ■ ■ ' £ - y.- ' : -—..-xrajcso — - mm , • ; • ;) x • : V. ' - IS 158 AWARDS The Business Department of Natick High School presented its annual Business Awards Assembly on May 1. Before the awards were given, Mr. Calvin Sholl of Boston, formerly of Fitchburg Paper Company and Bristol Laboratories, spoke about the oppor¬ tunities of young people in business today. Improvement Awards were given to Typewriting I: Nancy Roberge; Typewriting II: Carol O’Brien; and Business Arithmetic: Helen Young. Outstanding students award, Typewriting I: Carol Manna, Kristine Babinske, David Korenberg, Joyce Bellofatto, Joyce Cameron, Judith Judge, Judith Balck and Shirley Gayton; Typewriting II: Linda McAlister; Personal Typewriting: Richard Kopelman, William Klicka, Philip Beliveau, Carolyn Zatz; Notehand: Judith Adams, Susan Dillon, Gail Garner, Ernest Grassey, Walter Johnson, Dorothy McMurtray, Gail Doggart, Christine McDonald, Jean Mc¬ Donald, and Barbara Waddington; Business Arithmetic: Margaret Doucette; Business Records: Frances Berry and James Casey; Typewriting I and Bookkeeping I: Mary Lewis; Clerical Practice: Ellen Hurvitz; Bookkeeping I: Rosalie Fornaro, Judith Gudinas, Paul Kaizer, Michele Alvarez and Dor¬ othy Brady; Bookkeeping 11: Robert Hopf and William Burke; Business Law: Denise Porter. Susan Ban non and Andrea Fine; Retail Merchandising: Richard rti W|g j | g Boudreau and Herbert Phyllis; Econom- IfSlBIpljw _ ics: Jacqueline Olenick; and Office Ma- chines I: Alicia Siderman. ' BS1SBI The Advanced Stenography and Secre- tarial Practice Awards were presented to Beverly Sewnson and Joan Kent. These two girls were selected by the faculty of the Business Department as the outstand- §£ fp ing students for 1964. They were hon- ored on April 7, at a special Honors Day m at the John Hancock Mutual Insurance A . ' Company in Boston. The basis for their . A Z Jg| selection was academic achievement, V school and community citizenship, co- i j pwoperation, appearance and initiative. J. Kent, B. Swenson (For Shorthand Transcription and Secretarial Practice Awards) Mr. Drowne. 159 160 mm : 4 a :: vKJgHK :•: SR-: siSS ■■ ' ■::•: ' ■ ' ' ; WmM. I H fm m- 5WwS7 ' : mmmm iif j: f 5r fi 1 ■ ; Hk: _, | KNk.■ • • ■ J . , :•■•-:•• v. . " - - • •• :■:• •••: IllfeiS: ••••■;: • ’•. ■- ■ W M d f: I m 8 ' Ul : : % T fltl R1H K | Mu ' t K j m ■ 4 • I - ,w v- |N -4 i il r w te • W W t WfM .-ATT ?—- •■ i ■ I lIa «: 1 ■ ■■. V v-v vm ■PNl ESpyi •■-Sill :• w. i. %m 7 ipg ' W i : v : :;r. X-333- ' YT ' iwSt- - • ; |«v. . : att ; . Wr ■ ■ ■:•: F .ai|iirtSw;M :EBS 1- :;:,:::;: Hi • rJ ST wXo • : I I i -A, v r:: . ;-:::r; :.: ::: • - ' - SS JSStS -Srai SmftH •■VA .J.v ‘ ■ ■• 48 ' ■ . i V Ji 3p . •A.- _ p V Jf WmmM p _in . -n4 S?» HISS i » ✓ : a 2 - • ' ' •:.l If i dm f 1 ie r,i • ' - MK.sCOMlWr... ' ✓ It. a tee i 4 ■ jM . Jt 1 i - . i ' Ji r £ A, J l. III 1 j mx i I i| I v rl -V ' I. L r If .WM " i i . .... JR bv- FW. ' «S iSs E fiBuLx ' r • . .. . ' : r S? :r- — ' - 3 .. ’t? - _ :-”i=K ' .w_ . SSI«i W W. First Row, L-R: T. Bixiby—Sewing, J. Walsh—Sewing, S. Burgess —Sewing, D. Wright—Sewing, P. Nagels—Cooking, G. Smith— Cooking, D. Roach—Spanish. Second Row: L. Whithill—Oils, M. Keezer—Tempa, D. Darling—Water Color, M. Bruneau—Pencil, S. Kaufman—Oils, L. Adams—Prints, C. Hilliard—Prints, C. Goldberg—Prints. Third Row: D. Sauro—Metal Arts, R. Mun- yon—Drawing, D. Wight—Printing, M. O Sullivan—Graphic Arts. Four gold tie clasps and certifi¬ cates were presented to Daniel Sauro, Michael O’Sullivan, Richard Munyon, and Donald Wight. They received the highest award possible at the State Industrial Arts Fair. These awards are four of only fifty presented to students throughout the state. They were chosen from a display of over 3,500 projects ex¬ hibited at Fitchburg State College. This year, the Boston Globe pre¬ sented a certificate of Merit to Miss Deborah Darling for her water color painting entitled " Solitude”. The basis of the judging was on ability and skill in the use of tech¬ niques in the media. The winning entry was selected and placed on exhibit at the State of Massachusetts Regional Exhibi¬ tion. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARDS ■ A iM m$f. i - . i .... 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Sff : ;-:xcY- ' v -rcf au:—::. . :: r:rr =—_x-=_ c-:: ' r:r-: :: : vvwcica . ■-•- -w- ■ I - Wsmt DRAMA AWARDS % The above were cited for meritorious work in the Dramatic Arts. All were given a shield. First Row, L-R: John Harper (Directors ' Award for comedy), Natalie Fuller, Elaine Roberts (Directors’ Award for the best actress) Arnold Bellefontaine (Directors’ Award for the outstanding performer of the year). Second Row: Jean Fader, Winfield Peterson (Special Award), Clifton Freligh, Peter Kaufman, Kurt Herber, Susan Barker. Third Row: Susan Cote, Peter Thompson (Directors’ Award for lighting), Robert Mostecki (Directors’ Award for sound), Ronald Monaco (Di¬ rectors’ Award for musical comedy), James Saart (Directors’ Award for achievement in characterization), David Channel, Mary Gail Ip- polito, Paul Williams. 161 } yW5q msm Si MOST VERSATILE Richard Hayes Elain Roberts MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Barbara Levine Arnold Bellefontaine MOST SINCERE Deena Baram John Fitzgerald BEST MUSICIAN Thomas Stevens Sandra Gustavsen BEST DANCER Michelle Sherman Ronald Monaco . I - ' . ■m • m i m m - !v2 m iS£. m ■4! fm jc,-:.: SI ■ BEST DRESSED Christine Langlois Peter Hall BEST ATHLETE Nancy Nettleton William Pettingell HANDSOMEST PRETTIEST James Beliveau Christine Langlois WITTIEST David Newcomb Marcy Adelman MOST FUN Leslie Nold David Newcomb MOST POPULAR Barbara Levine Arnold Bellafontaine NICEST SMILE Judith O ' Hare Dennis Higgins SHYEST ynn Rosenbloom Ted Van Tassel SHORTEST-TALLEST Cindy Lewis Frans La Maitre BIGGEST APPETITE Linda Martin Tom Mullaney CLASS CLOWN NICEST EYES Peggy Hardy Sare Madden Mike Izor Winfield Peterson JL CUTEST Barbara McEvoy Peter Hall BEST ACTRESS ACTOR Elaine Roberts John Harper BEST ARTIST Cecile Robicheau Arthur Boyington FRIENDLIEST Leslie Nold Nick Mabardy mui- MOST INTELLIGENT Kit Coolidge Andy McGinnis BIGGEST FLIRT Pam Losco Chip Chambers • ; v On June 2, the famed appetites of the class of 1964 were put to a test. The banquet tables were filled with roast beef, potatoes, vegetables, laughter, and friendly chatter, as President Bob Lucas wel¬ comed his classmates, Mr. Mannix, Miss Buckley, and invited guests to an evening of good eating and en¬ joyment. Speakers Mr. Carey and Mr. Hen- nigar, preceded the presentation of a class ring to Alicia Siderman as a token of affection and esteem which the class holds for her. Dancing to Paul Ambleis’ music followed the presentation of gifts to Miss Buckley and Mr. Mannix; a small sign of the large amount of respect and gratitude which we feel for them. BANQUET L ..Ue 5 • L ■ June 3, 1964, turned out to be a " fun” day for any senior who liked to do almost anything. The Class Picnic provided softball, ten¬ nis, swimming, sun bathing, dancing, bas¬ ketball, football, relaxing chatter, and most important of all, eating. Barbequed chicken, a delicious salad, rolls, tonic, and a dessert were available to those who wanted the pleasure of good food to eat. Supper was served for about two hours; followed by more sports and dancing. Our thanks go to the chaperones of the evening, and to the Neetega Club which provided the records for the night. Ill •.;. • : v- A- : : CLASS Natick High School, reflected upon the last three years of their lives, as they marched with the dignity and solemnity of Natick High School tradition across the stage to Pomp and Circumstance. J 9 For underclassmen and parents, Class Day is a day to be proud and to show respect. For graduating Se¬ niors, it is a day that brings past, present, and future together for a first time. President of the class, Robert Lucas, welcomed the parents, teachers, friends, and underclassmen. Judith Adams and Peter Kaufman then brought the past to mind with a reading of the Class History. Barbara Levine and Charles Robinson then presented the m m M a _ a 4 _ ■ • « 4 • Class Will. The class gift, an electrical scoreboard for Memorial Field was then presented to Junior Class President Mark Raider by Robert Lucas, and the Class of 1964 in con¬ junction with the Natick Chapter of American Legion. Awards and scholarships for the future were then given to those Seniors deserving, according to the selecting committees of them. Fifty-three presentations to Seniors were made in all. Two awards were given to two outstanding Juniors. Singing the Alma Mater was followed by a recessional; leading to a new beginning. ' MM Hf? HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1964 In September of 1961, a large group of sophomores, up to that time the largest in Natick’s history, stumbled into the halls of Natick High School to begin their high school career. The group appeared to be as confused and disorganized as any ordinary sophomore class; but these students—Natick’s last group to be one unified class in Junior high—were destined to be anything but ordinary. The qualities that were to bring praise to the class of 1964 could be noticed early, in the success of our first class effort —the Sophomore Dance. The record of the sophomore class s athletic teams also showed excellence on the playing field. Strong student government was recognized as important to any class. Representing the class of 1964 in student council were Karen Coleman, Barbara Levine, Tracy Reubens, Pam¬ ela Steele, Arnold Bellefontaine, John Fitzgerald, Richard Hayes, Robert Hayes, and Robert Lucas. Leading the class executive board of officers were President Richard Hayes, Vice President Barbara Levine, Secretary Christine Langlois, ■BfBfreasurer Andrea McGee. Our Junior year began with a greater awareness of the school’s activities and a greater responsibility for the students as upperclassmen. Energetic cheerleaders, including juniors Natalie Fuller, Barbara McEvoy, and Enid Stephner, urged m m to rn 1 to » to In sports the teams met with the success which has char¬ acterized Natick High athletics. The football team, under Coach Bennett and Captain Timothy Gilbert, went on to a successful season, defeating Framingham South in a thrilling Thanksgiving Day game 12-6. The basketball team, under Coach Christie and Co-Captains William Pettingill and David McGregor, reached the Tech Tourney. Bill later received the Smokey Kelleher Sportsmanship Award. The school was proudly represented also by the hockey team, the track team with its remarkable string of consecutive wins, the (much improved) wrestling team, the baseball team, and the tennis and golf teams. All of these athletes were cheered on by Cap¬ tain Barbara McEvoy and Natick’s Bay State Championship cheerleaders, including senior Enid Stephner, Linda Martin, Nicola McKeen, and Ellen Sigalove. the junior varsity teams on to an impressive record. This was the first year for the wrestling team, several of whose mem¬ bers were juniors, (coached by Mr. William Genova). Many members of the class made good use of the always- welcomed vacation time. Kathleen Horton and Charles Rob¬ inson traveled to Puerto Rico after being chosen for the trip by the Language Department. Robert Lucas and Arnold Bel¬ lefontaine served as representatives to Boys’ State. Near the close of the year, some members of the class were subjected to the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and College Board Exams. They did not know at the time that seven of them were to receive letters of commendation and five others: Carolyn Marshall, Katherine Coolidge, Luke Szpa- kowski, Andrew McGinnis, and Philip Stevenson—were to go on to become National Merit Semi-Finalists. As a further indication of academic ability, a record number of juniors were elected to National Honor Society. In April of our X junior year, Peter Kaufman, Charlotte Sibley, Katherine Cool¬ idge, and Mark Kriger attended a science symposium at M.I.T. On Class Day 1963, Charlotte Sibley was awarded the Wheat- on Club Prize Book, and Andrew McGinnis received the Har¬ vard Prize Book. The junior members of the student council—Ellen Fishman, Natalie Fuller, Barbara McEvoy, Barbara Levine, Nicola Mc¬ Keen, Diane O’Connell, Richard Hayes, Robert Lucas, and Arnold Bellefontaine—represented the class well. Serving as junior class officers were President Arnold Bellefontaine, Vice President Barbara Levine, Secretary Ellen Sigalove, and Treas¬ urer Nicola McKeen. Under their fine leadership the class of 1964 climaxed their junior year with the prom which met gjgjjpi unprecendented success. As seniors, the members of the class of 1964 lived up to their school’s highest expectations .This, the greatest year, was a full one indeed. Mr. Garnett’s able direction, the cast—star¬ ring Elaine Roberts, Natalie Fuller, Mary Gail Ippolito, Peter Kaufman, James Saart, Arnold Bellefontaine, and John Har¬ per—the hard-working committees, and last but not least that mobile parade from Natick center all contributed to making Thieve’s Carnival the most profitable senior play in Natick High’s history. As seniors, the students gained greater skill and recogni¬ tion as individuals, and thus brought honor to their class. Bar¬ bara Levine was elected by the class to receive the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award, the Jewish War Veterans Award went to Philip Svenson. When Student Government Day was held at the statehouse in Boson, Arnold Bellefontaine served as Natick’s representative. Donald White was the re¬ cipient of a major industrial arts award in printing at an I exhibition in Canada. Terry Bixby became Natick’s corres- ' pondent to Co-Ed, a national homemaking magazine. Joan Kent and Beverly Swenson were honored as Natick’s most outstanding business students. In group activitieras well, seniors demonstrated their amaz¬ ing ability and spirit. The " new, improved " Sassamon was ably edited by Elaine Roberts. The National Honor Society, under the responsible leadership of President Philip Stevenson, Advisor Miss Perez, and Chairman Linda Martin planned and conducted a regional Honor Society conference. The Dra¬ matics Club produced two assemblies. Another of their efforts was the performance of the famous musical South Pacific, under the direction of Mr. Garnett and Mr. Bikini. Senior members in leading roles included Arnold Bellefontaine, Susan Barker, Clifton Freligh, Ronald Monaco, Natalie Fuller, James Saart, and John Harper among other hard-working and talented performers. South Pacific was a sell-out—the most suc¬ cessful musical in the school’s history. The student council under President Richard Hayes, Vice President Arnold Belle¬ fontaine, Secretary Natalie Fuller, and Treasurer Diane O’Con- nel with senior members John Fitzgerald, Barbara Levine, Barbara McEvoy, Nicola McKeen, Leslie Nold, Ellen Sigalove. Robert Lucas, Elaine Roberts, Robert Budnick, and Alicia Sider- man has been active in school functions. This year the student council has planned the organization of a bookstore which will be a valuable addition to Natick High School. The international awareness of the class was increased by the American Field Service and our Argentine classmate, Alicia Siderman. Alicia is a wonderful friend and a fine rep¬ resentative of an organization whose goal is peace through greater understanding among the peoples of the world. Her year in Natick has been a valuable one for us and we are proud to have her as a member of the class of 1964. Another member of the senior class, Peter Kaufman, has been chosen as an American Field Service representative and will soon visit a foreign country. The twelfth annual Natick High School Science Fair brought out the scientific abilities of several members of the senior class. Thomas Dininio received his second first prize and Carolyn Marshall was selected the grand prize winner. We feel that perhaps the history of the class of 1964 would not be complete without the addition of a few miscellaneous details. Mention should be made of the following seniors: the industrious members of the stage crew, Peter Thompson and Bob Mostecki, the author of the new school song, Elaine Rob¬ erts, the senior members of the Windjammers, Clifton Fre- light and David Channel, and finally the originators of those unparalled P.A. announcements, Robert Lucas and Richard Hayes. Before the history of the class of 1964 comes to a close, we want to thank our class officers—President Robert Lucas, Vice President Barbara Levine, Secretary Ellen Sigalove, and Treasurer Nicola McKeen—for their hard work and fine lead¬ ership. At this time, also, special thanks should be extended to our class advisors, Miss Buckley and Mr. Mannix. They have been ready with any help needed and have always dem¬ onstrated the greatest faith in the class. There is no way to express adequately our appreciation, for we realize that much of our success throughout our high school years would have been impossible without them. Peter Kaufman and Judith Adams 172 CLASS WILL In the true spirit of Natick High School tradition and good sense of humor, we, the creative Class of 1964, being of reas¬ onably sound minds and bodies, do hereby present at this time, our first, and only group will and testament, and fur¬ thermore do hope that all bequests will be received by those bequeathed to, both noble underclassmen and respected teach¬ ers, with faith, in the spirit of fun. In accordance with the above stated conditions, we the Class of 1964, do bequeath the following: To Mr. Hennigar, we leave three years of new innovations. To Mr. Me Manus, we leave a metal finger so that he may make improved usage of his bell-ringing talent. To Mrs. Baram, we leave our " thanks’ for the favors she has done us. To Mrs. Brown, we leave a great deal of affection. To Miss Shannon, we leave appreciation for all of the nice things she has done for our class. To Miss Poulin, we leave six juniors and a second wind to start the art work in next year’s yearbook. To Mr. Garnett, thanks are not nearly enough for all of the work he has done for us; so in addition, we leave the thought that perhaps he has taught the art of pickpocketing to three certain senior boys. Along with the above-stated articles, special bequests have been made by certain departing seniors to particular faculty members. They appear as follows: We, the girls of the Advanced Stenography class, bequeath to Miss Potheir the bankrupt Supreme Furniture Company, which we left—hopelessly in debt. We, Intergrated Physics 401, leave our beloved an auto¬ graphed copy of the poem " If”, contained in the book Fun in Physics by Luke Szpakowski, and Russell Allens for next year. We, the senior twenty-eight members of the Cross-Country Team, leave Mr. Bransfield the undefeated season that we never quite gave him. We, Mr. Harrington’s E period class, leave to Mr. Harring¬ ton a book comparing every literary work to " Our Town”. I, George Churchill, leave to Mr. Mannix his unrepaired radio. I, Doug Horka leave Miss Perez a stack of my incomplete and unattempted homework assignments of the past three years. I, Ronnie Monaco, leave Mr. Garnett one 160-pound ham. I, Clara Louise Jones, leave to Mr. Lowell, My Sister, Carol, with her " A’s " in Algebra. I, Dennis Gerber, leave to Mr. Leighton two cases of 1 Vl inch tape, a thirteen-year service pin, and a package of Rol- aids. I, Jenny Richardson, leave to Mr. Alitalo instructions in how to unfurl a flag. I, Bob Hewitt, leave Miss Perez a portable " pues” in hope that it will facilitate her work next year. We, A period physics, leave Mr. Bzeidryski a shock-proof Van de Graaf generator. We, G period Spanish II, leave to Miss Perez a year’s sup¬ ply of Spic and Span—ish. We, the lunch period Modern Problems class leave to Mr. Marcoux five extra minutes. We, Sue MacCorkle and Sue Bannon leave Mr. Harrington with the problem of finding another set of Dolly sisters. We, the G period Comprehensive Math class leave Mr. Bransfield—om reverse. We, Roberta Ford and William Boardman, leave to Mr. Rosen two equally ambitious juniors to keep him company next year. We, the Student Council, leave to Mr. Sticklor and assistant adviser, Miss Levesque. We, the members of Miss Ward’s B, D, and G English classes leave a quote by the German philosopher Hutzsche to the juniors: " It is no small art to sleep; to achieve it, one must keep awake all day” . . . those theses!!” We, the International Relations classes leave Mr. McNally with a forceful purge of cluttered notebooks. I, Arthur Boyington, leave to Mrs. Rankin one blue-stained blackboard. We, the F period Physics class, leave on l-55cc motorcycle so that he may keep up with his class on his way to lunch. We, homeroom 170, leave to Miss Lebert one life-size por¬ trait of the Izor. We, Karen Coleman and Barbara Cook, leave our book of crossword puzzles to a certain member of the Social Studies Department. A certain senior leaves Mr. Rosen with the hope that he will be a little more careful driving. The D-period Breakfast Club leaves Mr. McGrath a list of excuses such as an acute appendix or other oldies and goodies. Having left such articles to such-named the following do now bequeath these articles to appointed under-classmen: I, Sue Kaufman, leave one wilted daisy to Natalie Edwards. The senior cheerleaders leave POG to the junior cheer¬ leaders with relief. I, Sare Madden, leave my black eye from superlatives to any junior girl who would rather fight than switch. I, Franz LaMaitre, leave my elevator sneakers to any sopho¬ more or junior who can get into them. I, Andrea Fine, leave to Andrea Hewson and Claudia Fine my name, good luck! We, Richard Hayes, Arnie Ballefontaine, Natalie Fuller, and Dede O’Donnell, leave to next year’s Student Council officers, the responsibility of carrying on our many new pro¬ jects which we also leave—just in time. We, Terry Bixby, Linda Walker, and Linda Fahey, leave to Debbie Bixby, Helen Grady, and Ann Bransfield, our title of Brats 1, 2, and 3 with hopes that they will carry on our work in mischief. I, James A. Young, leave my nickname, " Squeaky”, to any boy with a high enough voice to keep it. I, Ken Louden bequeath my position of president of the D. H. A. to Charles Leighton. J, John Cotter, leave my marks to Jack Blease, in the hope that he can use them. We, Tom Franciose, and Mike ,Tomasetti, leave Mr. Whalen’s period-C gym club to Dave Bailey and Peter Prioe. I, Ed Stone, leave to any deserving Spanish Student, my Flamenco shoes. A certain cheerleader leaves moose tracks across the cafe- teria. • I, Norman Lecointre, leave my motorcycle boots to any junior who will use them. I, Donnie White, leave the book entitled, How to Gradu¬ ate Without Studying, to Peter Prior. We, Spanish 411, leave Sherry and Pete. I, George Pease, leave my most prized possession " Silver Cloud” the javelin, to the only boy in the junior class with animalistic instincts and the ability to converse fluently in Swahili,, " Chopper”. I, Robert Mostecki, leave my title " Mouse” to Cheryl Mic- elotra We, Robert Lucas, Barbara Levine, Nicola McKeen, and Ellen Sigalove, almost left $9,302. I, Sandy Bryan, leave my band parties in M-73. I, Joanne Steeves, leave to Linda Reed one reserved park¬ ing space. I, Jerry Gunner, leave my set of curlers to my brother, Eliot. We, the officers of the Gestapo, Roberta Ford, Carol Fava, Sue Finkelstein, Joanne Connell ,and Judy O’Hare, leave a milking stool on Nicky Mabardy’s farm for next year’s re¬ union. We, the senior girls, leave an empty shoe box to the junior girls—to be filled next year. We, Mary Russell, Lynne DeLong, Rita Coppelotti, and Mary Loftus, leave a chair for the Marion St. bus stop to Karen Linton and Bonnie Wilson. We, Priscilla Klein, Karen Sestini, Elaine Pipe, and Ra¬ mona Heinrich, leave the school savings account to Linda Trinkley and Peggy Doucette. I, Brenda Smith, leave my open house parties with Pa as chaperon to any underclassman whose parents go away as much as mine. I, John Ryder, leave my I.D. card to John Ford. I, Rita Marso, leave three jammed lockers to Linda Marso. We, Regina Campisi, Debbie Foss, Karen Hayden, and Carol McGrath, leave our lunch trays, including the food, to Paul Morgan. 174 We, Julie Korenberg and Jimmy Kiley, leave with some¬ thing behind that no underclassman seems big enough to ac¬ cept. I, Pam Hatchins, leave my red slip to any junior girl who needs that little extra something. I, Jack Olenick, leave Mr. Sticklor’s office and his typing to any girl who thinks she will be able to be a part-time secre¬ tary, part-time student. I, Charles ' Dill” Duprey, leave my obviously pickled pickle barrel to anyone even Sadie Hawkins if she can stand it. I, Peter Gavin, leave my saddle shoes to anyone who will accept the responsibility of keeping them dirty. I, Mary-Anne Sheehan, leave my mouse trap—in memoriam. We, Mickey Sherman, Marilyn Sheehan, and Mary Gail Ippolito, leave our misadventures with Mr. Sticklor, Mr. Filledes, and Mr. Collins to whoever is quick enough to out¬ wit them. I, Ellen Fishman, leave at least two double faults per game to Nancy Gregg, hoping that she doesn’t need them. Debbie Foss and Kathy Benjamin leave a pumpkin and a handful of muf to any willing junior. I, Winfield Peterson, leave the challenge to any boy to come up on stage and receive an award in his T-shirt. I, Mark Kriger, leave Natick High School as quietly as the sound of one hand clapping. I, Marty Whalen, leave one half of a parking space co Bobby Yoeman and his Renault. : AHSHH I 1 I r Sit: We, the vicarious four, leave the unexplored to the inex¬ perienced with much luck. I, Barbara Camp, leave my Red and Blue Handbook to a senior transfer student. We, the senior members of the stage crew, leave our light bulbs, spare tubes, fuses, wires, sound effects tapes, Arnold Bellefontaine and other priceless sounds to the sophomores and the juniors so that they may try to live up to the great productions put on this year. I, Alan Waters, leave to Laurence Barker, the Yuga-waddle, with the understanding that he will teach it well. I, Roberta Frye, leave her typing efficiency to anyone who wants to be a dedicated slave. I, Ronald Fraser, leave my left hand to the typing students of the class of 1965 so that they will not be hindered by an excess of fingers. p i IS I J !f We, Sue Blum and Sue Burgess, leave our Sunday after¬ noon rides to Donna Paul and any other junior who thinks she can maintain our standards. We, Joan Leslie, Judy Foster and Madeline Frye leave our crowded lunch table to any cafeteria marshall who can count to four. I, Marcia Adam, leave Billy Niles and our space in front of locker 631, to any junior girl who dares step near them! We, the boys of first period lunch, leave our top secret • 1 | « dessert testing area to any junior boys who can master the problems of trajectory involved in shooting a carrot across the cafeteria. I, Doris Wright, think I’d better leave before I do some¬ thing drastic. , ' IS I, Robert Hayes, leave all my love to C.M. Don White leaves ... at last. I, Don Trifa, leave one day old donut to John Ignacio. I, Bob Lucas, leave my 8-ounce gloves and my 5-day vaca¬ tion to Dave Baily . . . good luck, Dave. We, Ellen Bransfield and Deena Baram, leave two cheer¬ leaders, Ann and Ava, the thought that we taught them all that they know and any greatness in them is not coincidental, but the product of a fabulous example set for them by their two sisters . . . whoever they may be. I, Clif Freligh, leave my finger picks and broken strings to Andy Jones. I, Doug Horka, leave to Skip Traber sole possession of the 600 and 440 yard runs. I, Barry Newman, leave my nicknames of " Frog’’ and " Alfred E.” to any underclassman with a lot of courage. I, Thomas Steven, leave one slightly used, but good, lead trumpet to Bob MacDonald. I, Carl Hedin, leave all of my teachers to my sister, Diana, in hopes that she will clear my name. I, Mary Leone, leave my unused kleenix to Rose Onorato and Linda Zachilli. I, Eddie Morris, leave my sweaters to anyone who can wear them. We, Ann Morris and Paulette Napoli, leave our outside lunches to anyone who thinks they can get away with them. I, Sandy Paul, leave my dimples to Mary Breen, and my nickname ’Knees’’ to David Miscia. The senior girls arent leaving the Gestapo . . . they’re taking it with them. We, Joanne Connell and Roberta Ford, leave our nicknames " Mr. Ed’’ and " Apostrophe” to the next class that does " Thieves Carnival” as their play. I, Arnie Bellefontaine, leave one tattered and torn script from " South Pacific” . . . Maybe you’ll want a re-run. We, Judy O’Hare and Pam Steele leave our out-to-break¬ fast forks to Debbie and Dottie Fitch. We, Marilyn Maffei, Carol O’Brien, Linda Firth and Brenda Smith leave our official " Nurndy” Rulle Book” to Ollie Dick¬ son, our chief woppler. I, Alicia Siderman, leave my sincerest " thanks” to all of Natick High School. The above stated articles having been bequeathed, we, the Class of 1964, also leave to all underclassmen these re¬ membrances of our stay at Natick High School. We leave our unsold " Sassamons”, our „uncovered safety patrol posts, our unsigned tardy slips, our jammed lockers, our mumbled morning notices, our parking spaces, our with¬ ered gym suits, our lunch tables, our corridor leaning areas, our seats in the auditorium, all of our new precedents we have set, all of the records we have broken, our finals . . . and the best of luck. To the entire faculty we leave in hopes that we will re¬ tain some part of the knowledge which they have strived so patiently to have us acquire. And ... To Miss Buckley and Mr. Mannix we leave feelings of gratitude, respect, and affection that are sincerely felt and very difficult to express. Therefore, we very humbly leave them our " thanks ”, to return again in the years to come once more the united Class of 1964. Signed: Charles Robinson Barbara Levine Witnessed by: Marie P. Donahoe w.v SENIOR RECEPTION Two beckoning clowns were the gateway to a gay Martii Gras Festival and an enchanting evening of dancing and collecting memories. On June 5th, 1964 at Natick High School as each masquerading couple stepped through the portals they were greeted by a junior couple ushering them through the distinguish¬ ed and traditional receiving line. Barbara McEvoy was unmasked as prom queen, Helen Grady and Mary Breen as her court princesses. The three were selected as the lovliest of the sur¬ rounding beautifully gowned and charming Misses which added elegance and sophistication to the Fes¬ tivity decorations. The queen waltzed alone with Mr. Hennigar and then with her escort. ffpl souvenirs and beautiful, wonderful exciting memories. fweocw GRADUATION The climax of Commencement Week came on Sunday, June 7, when 411 memebers of the Class of 1964 received their diplomas from Mr. Paul Ambler, Chairman of the Natick School Committee. With the threat of rain imminent, parents, teachers, and friends heard an address of welcome by Robert Lucas, class president, followed by musical selections from the A Cappella Choir. Five seniors pre¬ sented essays coordinating the theme for the occasion " Peace Through Understanding.” WELCOME Parents, Teachers, and Friends: Today, we, the seniors at Natick High School, stand in a sense between two worlds. We are about to try our wings as young men and women in a world filled with many opportunities, but also many hazards. Through the efforts of the most important people in our lives, you, our teachers and our par¬ ents, we have the ability and the confidence to over¬ come these obstacles with courage and to meet every opportunity with enthusiasm. You have shown us the way, you have given us the tools, and we are de¬ termined to use these tools to help shape a better world. With the sincere gratitude that is surely in our hearts today, we welcome you to our graduation and thank you for making it possible. Robert Lucas PEACE THROUGH UNDERSTANDING The twentieth century may go down in history as the cen¬ tury of war and peace—the first in which world wars were ■. _ht, the first in which man established world peace, and, perhaps, the last in which peace among nations was merely an armed truce, a breathing spell between wars. Even if the ideal of world peace is not actually begun in our time, we •sail be the first generation of men on earth who, under the impact of the threat of mass human destruction, will make a re finite attempt to act on all man’s accumulated wisdom con¬ cerning war and peace. « The fundamental notions evolved in the time of the Greeks. Socrates spoke of world citizenship. Alexander tried to conquer the world to make it one. The Roman peace was _ conquerer’s peace. It lasted through sheer power, although fi r four hundred years the interior provinces knew nothing of fear. Later, Dante advised a revival of that government to give all Christians political, as well as spiritual unity. To omit these attempts would be to overlook man’s age oifi aspirations, but the importance of the attempts is limited because during all these times, man was convinced of a fu- mre war. The only ways in which the past could concieve the w; rid s coming to the unity of peace was by conquest or empire. Only in recent times has the inevitability of war been ques¬ tioned, and the possibilities of lasting peace proposed. Men ; have attributed fighting to a deep combative instinct. Darwin considers it the basis of the relentless struggle for existence. I: this urge is instinct, it must have developed only in our species, for our anthropiod stock is inoffensive. For the most part, monkeys and apes are mild and friendly, their quarrels little more than goodnatured banter. Man differs from the apes in that he is carnivorous. However, this does not produce the instinct, for the Eskimo is a flesh eater and killer from early childhood, yet they are the least aggressive men. Until rfie white man came there was not even a word for war in their language. The Eskimo, though, is still in the pre-tribal cate of development. Once a society has been formed, war becomes a main business. The Romans fought to establish rheir peace, but only against warriors. In the Middle Ages, those not directly concerned in fighting carried on business as usual. The more highly developed the civilization, the more widespread the destruction. In World War II, Hitler attempted genocide. Today, there is danger that the popula¬ tion of the whole earth could be killed. Man is the only ani¬ mal who is not content to remain in the original state of nature. The change can be either good or bad. We are trying tor good. Peace movements have marked a large part of the nine¬ teenth and twentieth centuries. Both the American and Brit¬ ish Peace Societies were formed to arbitrate international dis¬ putes. Although some conventions were directed towards les¬ sening some aspects of war, such as poison gas, many anti¬ war ideas came into being, among them Czar Nicholas U s world court at the Hague Conference of 1899. A good sample of attempts towards peace could be ob- rained from a list of Nobel Prize winners. This award, stipu- a:ed by the will of the inventor of dynamite, is given an¬ nually to the person who has done most towards preventing war. Among the recipients are Juan Henri Dunant, founder of International Red Cross, the Quakers, and President Theo¬ dore Roosevelt, who successfully ended a war between Rus¬ sia and Japan. In later years it has been awarded to Dag Hammerskjold, Ralph Bunche, and the United Nations as a whole, a tribute to the long dreamed of world court. iG.i ' . yxJZwgj y; y, I i ' Ctl ' avVaw n - m qivTv ' ; ;;-v, : s jggjf i ' -:? -- . 4 ;-■■ , 4 : :: ■ - •: MvM-XvM ’ ■ ■ v .. .. All religions, each with principles of harmony and con¬ cord, have been drawn closer by the Ecumenical Council. The partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty agreed upon by 83 nations in the summer of 1963 was a great step in lessening the threat of war. Through displays and entertainment, the World Fair is bringing knowledge. In Proverbs 7: the wise man says, " Wis¬ dom is the principal thing; therefore, get wisdom; and with all thy getting, get understanding.” Let it be peace through understanding. Katherine Coolidge 179 UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE RACES When the first cave man stepped out of the first cave many eons ago, he found himself in a world where he had to fight for survival. His life was a life of fear, fear of pain, fear of death, but primarily fear of anything " different ' ’. Man found he could cope with that with which he was familiar, but he was a loss to contend with an unknown. Fear breeds hatred, and before too long man found himself hating anything different just because it was different. Unfortunately, man hasn’t changed greatly in this respect over the years. He still has fears; he still fears anything out of the ordinary. Psychologists tell us that modern man hates because he needs a scapegoat, someone on whom he may blame his troubles. This hatred of someone because he is different, or " wrong ’, im¬ plies that the self is normal, or " right " . The truth is that there is not " right” and " wrong " in this respect; a man acts according to his own character, not according to his particular ethnic group. But man must have a scapegoat, a scapegoat who must nec¬ essarily be part of a minority. In our Caucasian society, the ob¬ vious choice is the Negro, who fulfills all the charatceristics of a good scapegoat. His skin coloring immediately sets him off as one " different " from the norm; therefore one to be distrusted. • The Negro is generally economically deprived, which further distinguishes him as part of a so-called " low-life " race. The Negro’s economic status is one vicious circle; society will not give him an equal opportunity while he lives in poverty, and he cannot arise from poverty until society gives him an equal opportunity. A break must occur somewhere, and I believe that it is society ' s responsibility to make this break. The treatment of the Negro as an inferior may be traced to his first role in the country, that of a slave. But he is not a slave now, nor has he been one for one hundred years. He is a human being, no different from anyone else. What, then, is the precise solution to the race problem as it exists in our society today? I believe that a complete change in attitude on the part of the American white is necessary before the Negro can be accepted as an equal in all senses of the word. This change began with William Lloyd Garrison and the abolitionists and is con¬ tinuing now. It would be difficult today, however, if not impos¬ sible, to accept the Negro race as one culturally identical or any- were close to it. This is through no fault of the Negros; we have simply not giver him the opportunity to improve himself. We must therefore set as our first goal not equal results, but equal opportunity. The basic problem in granting the Negro this " equal oppor¬ tunity " and this bringing about the so-needed change in attitude is one of education. It is a very difficult task to hire a Negro technician if there are no competent Negro technicians available. More and more corporations are realizing that a skilled wotker is a skilled worker, and their hiring practices have changed ac¬ cordingly. The trouble is that the education granted to the average negro in some areas of our country qualifies him for nothing more than a porter’s position. This situation, though sometimes present in the North, is pre¬ dominant in the South, where the Negro population of the Unied States is concentrated. Here we must contend with such extremists and bigots as Governor Wallace of Alabama, Gov¬ ernor Barnett of Mississippi, and Governor Faubus of Arkansas, men who are anti-integration and anti-Negro. Any efforts to im¬ prove the Negro’s lot in these states will come slowly and some¬ what painfully. Southern administrators have cried that sufficient funds do not exist to adequately educate both Negros and whites. If this is the case, and if taxpayers are unwilling to pay for the schooling of all children, then why not favor the Negro. For years we have discriminated against the Negro; perhaps now we should discriminate for him. Former President Conant of Harvard University has suggested just such a plan, wherein Negro and underprivileged school children would receive the best teachers and the best facilities. To highlight the need for education and the general position of the American Negro, many inter-racial groups have been formed. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Congress on Racial Equality, the Student Non-Violent Co-ordinating Committee—these and many more work for the betterment of the Negro’s cause. Led by such men as the Reverend Martin Luther King, Roy Wilkins, and here in Boston, Canon James Breeden, these organizations act as pressure groups to help instigate legislation. That the great portion of this work is entirely legal is commendable, for only within the limits of the law can we expect the law to be changed. It is interesting to note that when the Brooklyn branch of the Con¬ gress on Racial Equality proposed a gigantic stall-in on the open¬ ing day of the World s Fair, that chapter was immediately sus¬ pended from the national organization. Some laws will undoubtedly be changed, but laws can go only so far. The basic answer lies in the education of the Negro and in an appeal to the inherent goodness and decency of mankind. Prejudice is rationally absurd; here in America we have bigots who are anti-Negro because the Negro supposedly lacks the All- American virtues of thrift, ambition, and shrewdness, and anti- Semetic because the Jew supposedly possesses these same vir¬ tues to an excessive degree. It is time we realized that world peace cannot become an actuality while hatred exists between races. Peace will finally be achieved only when man realizes that there is only one race—the human race. Philip S. Stevenson 180 PROVISIONS FOR PEACE About twenty years ago, a cruel, ruthless dictator foolishly attempted to dominate the world for selfish purposes. This en¬ deavor resulted in the greatest holocaust and slaughter that man has ever known. Yet even now, in 1964, men are losing their lives around the world to strengthen democracy and abolish tyranny and oppression. Daily, in Viettnam, American soldiers give their lives for a country whose people are, on the whole, apathetic and disinterested, since they feel that foreign affairs have little effect on their own existence. We are already a strong nation, because of the strength of our political, economic, and social institutions. These solid in¬ stitutions have given us the opportunity to grow and prosper in a country which guarantees freedom of speech, freedom of re¬ ligion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. But we are also guaranteed a freedom for something—the freedom for the opportunity to develop our own capacities in an environment that favors youthful energy, initiative, and a wide choice of al¬ ternatives. This has been the deep source of our nation’s peace¬ ful strength. But all these opportunities will become meaning¬ less if universal peace can never be achieved. How can we attain total peace? The United Nations has been seeking a successful solution to this problem since 1945. Here exists the machinery for peace through the Security Coun¬ cil and Assembly, by the use of the Uniting for Peace procedure. This procedure was used successfully in the Suez crisis and is now attempting to settle the dispute on the island of Cyprus. In an imperfect world rent by the divisions between Dem¬ ocracy and Communism, the United Nations is and will continue to be the chief agency for reconciliation and pacification. Only within the General Assembly do almost all the nations of the world sit in conferences and debate, watched and urged by mil¬ lions of lonely voices to save them from catastrophe. The desire for raw materials and land with rich natural re¬ sources has resulted in too many armed conflicts. Therefore, an international program should be created for the fair allocation of scarce materials. In connection with this plan, each country should revise its systems of tarriffs and custom regulation. The General Agreement of Trade and Tarriffs has made much prog¬ ress in this area by lowering import and export duties and by revising the antiquated procedure for determining tariffs. But neither governmental agencies nor trade agreements have the sole responsibility of promoting unity among free people. Every individual can and must take a personal part in the war against the propaganda and subterfuge which threaten our demo¬ cratic society. Free peoples must begin to believe the best and not the worst of what they hear of each other if they are to work as partners. As Benjamin Franklin once said, " We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.” To achieve peace, racial prejudice and mistrust must be elim¬ inated; each nation must cooperate in the struggle for peace by being tolerant and considerate of others whose beliefs and cus¬ toms differ from their own. It has been said that the struggle for peace is no longer a struggle of ideologies, but one occuring between the ' have” and the " have-not” nations. Clearly, then, to eliminate interna¬ tional quarrels, the underdeveloped nations must receive finan¬ cial aid to deveelop their potential and increase their productiv¬ ity. The education level and the standard of living must be raised, until each country is capable of taking its place as a well-fed, well-developed nation. Not until each nation enjoys adequate wealth and living conditions will peace be able to exist. As Bernard Baruch has said, " To win the peace, we must wage the peace.” Controlled disarmament is a feeble approach to the war prob¬ lem, for arms will begin to disappear only when they are seen to be useless, as well as highly dangerous. Arms control is weapon deterrence in a more sophisticated form, but if it can keep the peace until the world is ready to abolish the war system, it will have served its purpose. Today, arms control seems to be the most logical approach to the war problem, although it offers no foundation on which to build a successful world order. The Russians suggest the abolition of war in-order to make disarmament possible; the West, on the other hand, wants to begin the process of the gradual reduction of armaments in order to make the abolition of war possible, meanwhile continually clinging to all the supposed safeties and securities of the war system, until finally assurred that was is no longer necessary. Several plans have been developed to attain this goal; the Baruch plan proposes the world-wide destruction of all bombs, and the sharing of peaceful atomic know-how under a system of inspec¬ tion. With the advent of the test ban, the future of disarmament seems more hopeful. Few countries will invest the large amount of money and manpower necessary to build a nuclear weapon if they cannot legally test that weapon. I The world as it exists today is better by most standards than any that has previously existed, and it is only the fears of what the great weapons systems can do in the future that prevent our cheerful acceptance of our society. If the great powers of the world can refrain from tearing each other to radioactive rubble, they can become, in themselves, an adequate basis for a world system that while not perfect, not completely non-violent, can work much harder than the war system ever has toward the betterment of mankind. Charlotte E. Sibley 181 UNDERSTANDING THROUGH THE PEACE CORPS In his Inaugural Address, President Kennedy said: " To those people in the huts and villages of half the globe strug¬ gling to break the bounds of mass misery, we whatever period is required—not because the Communists may be doing it, not because we seek their votes, but because it is right.’’ This pledge is being fulfilled through the Peace Corps. The Peace Corps is a unique type of foreign aid. It helps other countries, not by massive infusions of money or by monumental .public works projects, not by training workers to develop their country sometime in the future, but by do¬ ing the things that need to be done right now, in the present. The Peace Corps operates not at the national level, where its efforts would be comparatively useless to the bulk of the populace, but on the local level, where its efforts can be ap¬ preciated the most. The people are helped not by a vast, far-off, and impersonal organization called the United States, but by Volunteers who work with them, sleep with them, eat with them. The Peace Corps asks nothing in return for its help. It exists solely for the recipient’s advantage. In recognition of its special status, it is excl uded by law from many of the restrictions governing other foreign aid. Although a program of the United States Government, the Peace Corps is basically a people helping people program. As such, its success is dependent on the extent to which the American people feel a personal involvement in the lives of other peoples around the globe. Through the Peace Corps, Americans learn other people’s ways of thinking and the rea¬ sons behind their thinking. They face the problems of de¬ veloping a country where often the importance of education is not seen, since the thoughts of the people are only on what they will eat tomorrow; where too often the people cling to traditional methods and refuse to try out new ones. In meeting these problems, Americans can sympathize with these countries as they struggle to achieve a higher standard of living and improve the welfare of their populace. sj||H[RS Understanding is a two-way street, however. For many of the people, the Peace Corps Volunteer is the first American they have ever seen. They are able to see Americans as they really are, and not as tainted by news media or propoganda. And they may feel confident that these are not unusual in¬ dividuals specially chosen for their benefiits, but average mid¬ dle-class Americans, with skills in agriculture, construction, and teaching, who felt compelled to share in the task of im¬ proving the welfare of the world’s people—not because they wished to fight Communism, not because they wished personal gain, but because they felt themselves to be involved in man¬ kind. Luke J. Szpakowski 182 " WALK TOGETHER, TALK TOGETHER " In order to achieve peace through understanding, the peoples of the earth must obviously learn to understand each other, and this cannot be done unless they know each other, for who can understand a person without knowing him well, and who can know a person well without understanding him? One of the best ways for the peoples of the earth to get to know each other is through foreign exchange programs. One such program with which we at Natick are personally acquainted is the American Field Service Student Exchange Program, which has brought us Alician Siderman and which will send two Natickites abroad within the next year. Other large scale programs are the Junior Year Abroad, in which many American colleges and universities participate, the Ful- bright program, and the Experiment in International Living. There are also many smaller groups both here and abroad which sponsor exchange students. The goal of the A.F.S. is to increase international good will by spreading knowledge and understanding. There are in¬ numerable examples of its success. Shortly after World War II, the first large group of German exchange students was scheduled to come here and it was expected that there would be a fair amount of difficulty in their relations with American teen-agers. The French and the Germans were also very dis¬ trustful of one another; in fact, one German boy, at the be¬ ginning of his trip, swore that he would never set foot on Frenech soil. By the end of the year, however, he had made many warm friends here and among the French exchange students, and he was even planning a visit to France to see them when he returned. As another German student said, after the final get-together and bus trip of the foreign setudents here, " There were twenty-five nationalites on my bus. We argued, but we were like a big family. How can any of us ever fight each other?” Exchange programs do a great deal to dispel prejudices, general misconceptions, and fears. Most foreigners have a generalized idea of Americans which is gained either con¬ sciously or unconsciously from the movies, and most Ameri¬ cans have stereotyped ideas of foreigners, too. Alicia, for in¬ stance, was not sure of what she expected Americans to be like, but she had the partial idea that we were nothing more than rich capitalists, leading an easy life, with a car for every person in the family. Naturally enough, she has found that this is untrue. She has also found a great deal more religion here than she anticipated and she has been impressed by the warmth of our family life, which she did not expect at all. As she so simply put it when she spoke to me, ' " All people are the same”, but it takes a great deal of experience to really feel this fact rather than just to know it academically. Everyone who comes into contact with people in an ex¬ change program benefits. In the case of the A.F.S. this in¬ cludes parents, foster parents, close friends, and relatives as well as acquaintances. The students themselves gain the most, however, Americans returning grow to feel French, Japanese, or Uruguayan, but they also find themselves much " more American”. They feel a new pride in their country, but they also learn to appreciate its weaknesses and what can be done about them. More important still, they learn why people of other countries are neutral, why social customs differ, and why international disputes arise. A.F.S.’ers, both U.S. and foreign, find themselves members of a great net” of people the world over who know each other and with whom they never lose contact. The students form lasting bonds with their foster families. One boy upon parting from his " parents” received a simple gift, a large key. with the note attached " to our home and our hearts, forever”. The students learn the feeling of humanity. As one returnee put it, " I know that I am a member of the whole huge family of mankind”. Many continue to work actively in the A.F.S. and most resolve to dedicate a good part of the remainder of their lives to striving for peace, as Alicia has told me she hopes to do. In line with this the returning for¬ eign students are forming a good percentage of the young leadership in their various countries and this seems a good omen for international good will. To all the problems we have discussed in this short time — whether it is defeating discrimination and prejudice, achieving disarmament and lasting peace, or educating, feed¬ ing and clothing the needy peoples of the world, the solution is known. It merely remains to put it into effect. The ancient Sanskrit gives the formula: " Walk together, talk together, O ye peoples of the earth; then and only then, shall ye have peace.” Andrew McGinnis 1964 183 ACTIVITIES MARCIA ADAM ... A capella 2, 3 4; Future Nurses 3 4; Clinic Aide 3, 4; School Musical 3; Science Fair 2, 3, 4 SUZANNE BLUM . . . Glee Club 2; Honor Society 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; A Capella 3, 4; Musical 2, 3; Clinic Aide 3, 4. JUDY ADAMS Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Scenery for Musical 2, 3; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4; Usherette for Senior Play 4; Library Aide 2, 3, 4. .. ' WILLIAM BOARDMAN . . . Football 2, 4 ; Ticket Com mittee Senior Play; Decoration Committee Christmas Co tillion; Science Fair 2, 3. MARCY ADELMAN . . . Softball 3; Executive Board 2 Future Teachers 4; Deecoration Committee Cotillion 2; Re freshment Cotillion 2, 4, Usherette for Graduation 3. PAUL BOATES Track ANDRE BONNELL Fair; Track 2, 3. Industrial Arts Award, Science RUSSELL ALLEN . . . Executive Board 3; Yearbook Sub Committee 4; Industrial Arts Fair 2. I RITA BORGHI Show 2, 3. Glee Club 3; Pep Club 3; Fashion KRIS ANDERSON Science Fair 2, 3 RICHARD BOUDREAU Track 4 JEAN ARTHUR . . . Hockey 2, 3; Softball 2, 3, 4 GEORGE BOWLES . . . Baseball 2; Football 2, 3; Wrest ling 3, 4; Publicity Science Fair 2. JANET AYLWARD . . . Glee Club 3 PAUL BACON . . . Football 2; Hockey 4 THOMAS BOWLES . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4; N. Club VINCENT BAMFORD ARTHUR BOYINGTON Prom Committee; Christmas Cotilion Committee; General Art Work; F ublicity Commit¬ tee for Prom. SUE BANNON Ticket Committee 3 MARY BRADY . . . Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 2; Busi ness Service Club 3; Future Teachers Club 4. CAROL BARDELLINI . . . Pep Club, Guidance Librarian 2, 3; Business Service Club 2. SUSAN BRADISH . . . Transfer from St. Paul, Minn. Newspaper 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Decorations Prom 3 Student Council 3. SUE BARKER . . . Glee Club 2; A Capella 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Musical 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 4. DEENA BARAM . . . Glee Club 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3; Prom Decoration 3; Prom Publicity 3; Executive Board 3, 4; Usherette Senior Play 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Library Aid 2; Yearbook Sub. 4; Cotillion Decoration 4; A Capella 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Musical 2, 3; Campaign Manager 3. NORMAN BRAITHWAITE . . . Baseball 3; Publicity for Senior Play; Gym Club 2, 4; Cross Country 4. RICHARD BARTELS Cafeteria Marshall 1 TONY BEATRICE Cafeteria Marshall 4 LORRAINE BEHENNA ARNOLD BELLEFONTAINE . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4, Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 3; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; General Chairman Jr. Prom 3; Jr. Class President 3; Vice President Student Council 4; Musical 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor Sassamon 4; Good Government Day 4; American Legion Boys State 3; General Chairman Christmas Cotillion 3; Drama Club President 4; Exchange Group 4. JAMES BELIVEAU . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2 Football 2, 3, 4; N Club President; Executive Board, Com mittee 1; Graduation Usher. KATHY BENJAMIN . . . Glee Club 2; French Club 1 A Capella 2; Yearbook Sales 1; Cotillion Decorations 1 Pep Club 1. RUSS BENJAMIN . . . Baseball 3; Track 2 • 006: CAROLYN BENT . . . Publicity Committee for South Pacific 4; Future Teachers 4; Science Fair 3; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee 4. TERRY BIXBY . . . Glee Club 2; Chairman Refreshment Committee Junior Prom; Pep Club 2. ELLEN BRANSFIELD . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Board 3; Prom Publicity Committee 3; Senior Play Publication Committee 4; Nurses Aid 4; Future Teachers 4; Pep Club 4. BARBARA CAMPBELL REGINA CAMISI . . . Executive Board 3„ 4; Pep Club 3 year treasurer; Prom Committee 2; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Usherette Senior Play 4; Ticket Committee Senior Play 4; Subscription Committee Yearbook 4; Musi¬ cal Dance 2. Baseball 2, 3; 4 BRUCE BROUSSEAU CATHERINE BROWN . . . Safety Patrol 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Yearbook Subscrip¬ tion Committee 4; Musical 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Musical Ticket Committee 3, 4. MARCIA CAMPISI . . . Nurses aid; Publicity Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Make-up Committee Senior Play 4; Decoration Committee Junior Prom 3; Pep Club 3; Sub¬ scription Yearbook 4. ROBERT BUDNICK . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Executive Board 4. THOMAS CASEY STUART CHAMBERS Track Indoor Cross-country 2 Executive Board 2; Homemaking SUSAN BURGESS Club 4. DAVID CHAMELL . . . Glee Club 3, 4; School Musical 3, 4. 41 : ■ f ■ I Us- WILLIAM BURKE . . . Basketball 4; Publicity Commit tee for Senior Play 4; N Club. GEORGE CHURCHILL . . . Stage Craft 2, 3, 4; Credit Union Mail Guard 4; Stage Senior Plays 4. SANDRA BRYAN . . . Band 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Heac Usherette for Air Force Band 2, 4; Head Usherette for Navy Band 2, 4; Sassamon Subscription Committee 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Typing Committee 2, 3, 4; Head Usherette for Senior Play 2, 3, 4; Usherette for Musical South Pa¬ cific 2, 3, 4. Track 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4 PAUL CLAUSEN STEPHEN COLE . . . Football 2; Subscription of Year¬ book 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; Ticket Committee of Senior Play 4; Executive Board 4. BARBARA CAISSIE mon Yearbook 4. JAMES COFFEY . . . Golf 4 BARB CAMP . . . Glee Clb 4; Senior Play 4; Student Coun cil 4; Drama Club 4; Sassamon Yearbook 4; Pep Club 4 Musical Usher 4; Cotillion Refreshment 4; Accapalo 4. KAREN COLEMAN 2; Science Fair 2, 4. Glee Club 2, 3; Student Council JOANNE CONNELL . . . Sassamon Board 4; Pep Club 2 Nurses Aid 4; Executive Board 2; Business Service 3, 4 Year Literary 4. tmm FRANK CONTE . . . Track 4; Executive Board 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; Future Teacher Club 3. RET A COZZELLOTTI . . . Girls Athletics 4; Teachers Aid 3, 4; Homemaking Club 3, 4. ROBERT CASEY . . . Baseball 4; Radio Club 4 JOHN COTTER Junior Prom Decoration WILLIAM COTTER mittee. Junior Prom Decoration Com KIT COOLIDGE . . . Girls’ Athletics 4; Band 4; Honor Society, Secretary 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 4; Senior Play Publicity Chairman 4; Musical Publicity 4; Sadie Hawkins Commit¬ tee 4; Hunamities Club 2; Science Fair Hostess 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Alternate Student Council 2. mm Fr : BARBARA COOK Senior Play. Glee Club 3; Makeup Committee JAMES CRAIG . . . Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Literary Committee; N Club 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL CUREWITZ . 2, 3, 4; Meterology Club 3 Baseball Manager 2; Band WAYNE CURLEY Baseball 2 JOHN DAD A . . . Wrestling 4; Cross-Country 4; Sassa- mon Literary Staff 4; Exective Board 4; Prom Committee 4. KEN DANIELS . . . Gym Club 4. SUE FINKELSTEIN . . . Sassamon Board 4; Sassamon Lit¬ erary 4; Decorations Sadie Hawkins Dance 3; Prom Deco¬ rations 3; Decorations Sophomore Dance 2; Executive Board 2; Scenery for Musical 3; Dramatic Club 4; Science Fair 3. JEAN DAVIDSON . . . Band 2; Future Teachers; Year¬ book Subscription; Sassamon Business 1. LINDA FIRTH . . . Pep Club 4; Property Committee Senior Play 4. MARILYN DELONG ... Pep Club 2; Cotillion Refresh¬ ment. JANET DELONG . . . Secretary to Mrs. Robinson 1. REGINA DICIACCIO . . . Guidance Lbrarian 3. THOMAS DININIO . . . Track 2; Wrestling 4; Safety Patrol 3; Honor Society 4; Science Seminar 4; Science Quiz Team 4. ROBERT DOUCETTE . . . Football 2; Stage Craft 4; Back Stage 4; Senior Play. PHYLLIS DRIVER . . . Senior Play Ticket Committee; Class Election on Counter 3; Executive Board 2; Future Teachers Club 4; Dramatics Club 2; Science Fair 2; Li¬ brary Aid 4. wKR PATRICIA DRUCKER . . . Safety Patrol 4; Honor So¬ ciety 4; Sassamon Board 4; Library Aide 4; Science Fair 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Homeroom Yearbook Collector 4. STEPHEN DUBOSKY . . . Track 4; Hockey 4; N Club 4; Usher Graduation 3. MARY E. DUGGAN .. . Glee Club 3. CHARLES DUPREY . . . Cafeteria Marshall 4. ASA H. DYE . . . Football 4; Track 4; Wrestling 4; N Club 4; Gym Club 4. JUDY ENO . . . Homemaking Club 4. ROBERT EVANS . . . Costume Committee of Senior Play. KAREN EVERETT . . . Band 4; Dance Band 4; Musical Ticket Committee 3. LINDA FAHEY . . . Clinic Aide 4; Pep Club 4; Senior Play 4; Usher for Music Festival 4; Majorette (captain) 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. MARY FALLON . . . Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 4; Future Teacher’s Club 4; Future Nurse’s Club 3. CAROL FAVA ... A Capella 1; Cotillion Decorations 1; Sassamon Business 1; Usheretete Musical 1; Yearbook Sales Committee 1; Prom Decoration Committee 2; Pep Club 2. MICHAEL FEELEY . . . Wrestling 4; Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 4; Audio Visual Aids 4; Stage Club 4. JOHN FENTON . . . Cafeteria Marshall 2. ELLEN FISHMAN . . . Girls Tennis 4; Band 4; Safety Patrol 4; Sassamon Board 4; Student Council 3; Treasurer French Club 4; V. P. Girls Athletic Association 3; Chair¬ man Prom Publicity Committee 3; Ticket Committee-Sen¬ ior Play 3; Junior Executive Board 2; Usher Senior Play 3; Library Aid 2; Guidance Librarian 4; Pep Club 2; Vice President Safety Patrol 3; Correspondence Editor Sassa¬ mon 4. JOHN FITZGERALD . . . Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Executive Board 4; Student Ex¬ change Group 4; Musical 4. : KATHY FITZPATRICK ... Basketball 2; Glee Club 2. GAIL FLUMERE . . . Pep Club 2; Fashion Show 4; Home¬ making Club 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Ticket Sale Committee Musical 4. KATHLEEN FONTAINE . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN FONTECCHIO ... A Capella 2, 3; Wrestling 3; Executive Board 2. H ANDREA FINE . . . Glee Club 4; Pep Club 4; School Musical 3; A’Capella Chorus 4; Cotillion Decorations 4; Sophomore Dance Decorations 4; Science Fair 2. 187 ROBERTA FORD . . . Girls Athletics 4; A Capella 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Ticket Committee for Senior Play, Usher¬ ette for Musical 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Sassamon Business Staff 3, 4; Decoration Committee for Sophomore, Sadie Hawkins Dance 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Publicity Committee for Science Fair 2. DEBBIE FOSS . . . Glee Club 2; Industrial Arts Fair 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Science Fair 2; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Decorations Committee for Cotillion 4. JUDY FOSTER . . . Glee Club 2; Tennis 2. JOSEPH FRANCIOSE . . . Hockey 2, 3; Gym Club 2, 3, 4. RONALD S. FRASER . . . Track 3; Cafeteria Marshall 3, 4; Gym Club 3, 4. CLIFF FRELIGH . . . Dance Band 2, 3, 4; A Capella 2, 3, 4; Two Musicals, Windjammers. MADELINE FRYE . . . Sassamon Board 4; Pep Club 2; Business Sassamon 4; Refreshment Committee for Co¬ tillion 4. SHARON GANNON . . . Science Fair 4; Business Service Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2. PAUL GATELY . . . Track 2. KATHLEEN GAY . . . Girls Athletics 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Decorations Committee for Christmas Cotillion 1963. DAVID GRAHAM . . . Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3. TIM GILBERT . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Decorat ion Committee for Prom; Usher for Prom; N Club 2, 3, 4. BRET GILMAN . . . Track 2, 3. BILL GLASSER . . . Track 2; Glee Club 4; Senior Play 4. NANCY GLOVER . . . Girls Athletics 3; Safety Patrol 4; Pep Club 3; Sassamon 4; Library Aide 3. SANDRA GREENBERG . . . Senior Play 4; Future Teach¬ ers Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2. ROBERTA FRYE . . . Sassamon Board 4; Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 3; Literary Staff for Yearbook 4. RICHARD FRYKLUND . . . Weighlifting Club 2. NATALIE FULLER . . . Science Fair Student Chairman 4; Sophomore Dance Decorations 2; Get Acquainted Dance Decorations 3, 4; Christmas Cotillion Decoration 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Secretary 3, 4; EMDSC Delegate 3; Prom Decoration and Invitation Committee 3; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Cheerleading 3; Musical 2, 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Board 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 4. DIANE GRESTY . . . Science Fair 2; Industrial Arts Fair 3; Sassamon Business Staff 2; Campaign Manager 2; Execu¬ tive Board 3, 4; Prom Committee Decorations 3; Junior Prom Tickets Committee 3; Junior Prom Publicity Com¬ mittee 3; Chairman for Decorations Committee Cotillion 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Yearbook Literary Com¬ mittee 4; Senior Play Properties 4; Senior Play Ticketts 4. CAROL GRILLO . . . Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 2; Business Service Club 1; Sassamon Literary 1; Business Sassamon 1; Cotillion Committee Decoration; Fu¬ ture Teachers Club; Properties for Senior Play 4; Dramatic Club 4. PAUL J. GRUPPOSO . . . Track 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. DENNIS GERBER . . . Football Manager 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Musical Nurses Aide. JERRY GUNNER . . . Track 2, 3; Tennis 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 3; N Club 4; Humanities Club 3. SANDRA GUSTAVSEN . . . Band 2, 3; Usherette Senior Play 4; Musicals 2, 3, 4; Accompaniest A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Decorations Cotillion 4; Yearbook Sassamon Subscription 4; Pep Club 4; Music Junior Prom; Harmony 3, 4. WILBUR HADDEN . . . Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Indoor Track 2, 3; Dance Band 2, 3. GERARD HALL . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2 ,3, 4; N Club 3, 4. PETE HAMMOND . . . Track 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4. MARGARET HARDY . . . Field Hockey 2; Band 3; Or¬ chestra 3; Sassamon Board 3; Senior Play 4; Junior Prom Decoration 3; Musical 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Indus¬ trial Arts Fair 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Get Acquainted Dance 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 4; Cotillion 4. 188 JOHN HARPER . . . Band 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Or¬ chestra 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Musical 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4. LINDA HARRIS . . . Glee Club 2; Honor Society 4; Sas- samon Board (Director) 4; Art Committee for Musicals 2, 3, 4; Musical 2, 3; A Capella 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Play Reading Committee 3; Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee 4; Sassamon Business Staff 3; Sassamon Art Staff 3. RICHARD HARRIS . . . Band 2; Science Fair 2, 4. TIM HAWES . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; N Club 2, 3, 4. KAREN HAYDEN . . . 1963 Cotillion Decoration Com¬ mittee; 1962 Sassamon Business Staff. LAURA HAYES . . . Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play; South Pacific 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Guidance Library 4; Science Fair 2. NANCY HAYES. . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; French Club 2, 3; Humanities 3, 4; Dra¬ matics 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Literary Staff 4; Science Fair 2, 4; Future Teachers 2, 4; Musical 2, 4; Prom Deco¬ ration Committee. RICHARD HAYES . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Sassamon Board 4; Stu¬ dent Council 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; N Club 3, 4; Gym Club 3, 4; President Sophomore Class; President Stu¬ dent Council; Student Representative AFS 3, 4; Alternate Boys State; Delegate to EMDSC Bookstore; Science Fair; Cotillion 3; Natick High School Advisory Board 4; Prom Committee 3; Chairman of Sophomore Dance Committee 2. ROBERT HAYES . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3; Sassamon Board 4; Student Council 2; N Club 3, 4 (Vice President 4); Executive Board 2, 3; Deco¬ ration Sophomore Dance 2; Prom Committee 3; Repre¬ sentative to EMDSC 2; Literary Staff 4; Science Fair 3; N Club Nite 4. MARCIA HAYWARD . . . Band 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Nurses Aide 3, 4; Library Aide 3; A Capeella 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Usherette for Senior Play 4; Usherette for South Pacific 4; Ticket Committee for Musicals 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorations 3. CARL HEDIN . . . Track 3; Christmas Cotillion Decoration; Science Fair. RAMONA HEINRICH . . . Glee Club 3. RONALD HENNIGAR . . . Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Indoor Track 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 4; A Capella 3, 4; Football 2, 3; N Cub 4; Usher 3. ROBERT HEWITT . . . Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4. SANDY HIEENIHAN . . . Girls Athletics 3; Safety Patrol 2; Cotillion Decorations 4; Musical Tickets; Yearbook Sub¬ scription; Science Fair Posters 1; Future Nurses 2; Pep Club. DENNIS HIGGINS . . . Football 2; Track 2, 4; Usher , Prom 1963; Christmas Cotillio n Decorating Committee. SUE HOCHBERG . . . Glee Club 3, 4; Literary Committee for Yearbook ; Musical 2; Dramtaic Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Decoration Committee Cotillion 4; French Club 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee. DOUGLAS HORKA . . . Indoor and Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Musical 3, 4; N Club 4; Science Fair 2, 3. KATHLEEN HORTON . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls Ath¬ letics 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; A Capella 4; Future Teach¬ ers 4; Business Service Club 3; Secretary for Safety Patrol 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3. PATTI HUGHES . . . Hockey 2; Tennis 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Home Economics Fashion Show 3. ELLEN HURVITZ . . . Glee Club 2, 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 1; Business Service Club 1. PAMELA HUTCHINS . . . Sassamon Board 4; Prom Deco¬ ration 3; Executive Board 2; Yearbook Subscription 4; Sas¬ samon Literary 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook Literary 4; Future Nurses 4; Senior Play Publicity 4; Science Fair 2. KURT HERBER . . . Wrestling 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Play Committee; Two Musicals. DOROTHY INTINARELLI . . . Business Service Club 4; Decoration Committee 4. MARY GAIL IPPOLITO . . . Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee. 4. PHIL IRVING . . . Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; Executive Board 4; N Club 3, 4 . MIKE IZOR . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball Spectator- ship 4. ROSANNE KARLIN . . . Safety Patrol 4; Senior Play 4; Library Aide 2, 3; Senior Play Reading Committee 3; French Club 3, 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Science Fair Publicity Committee 2; Sassamon Business 3. SUSAN KATZ . . . Honor Society 3, 4; Transfer Student from Ithaca, N. Y. PETER KAUFMAN . . . Tennis 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Executive Board 2, 3; School Musical 2, 3; French Club 4; American Field Serv- ive Candidate 4. ROBERT JANIAK . . . Baseball 2; Football 2. ANN JENNINGS . . . Softball 2; Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 2; Sassamon Board 3; Science Fair 2; Future Nurses CLARA LOUISE JONES ... A Capella 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety 4; Sassamon Business 4; Guidance Library 4; Humani¬ ties 3, 4; French Club 4; Musical 3; Publicity for Prom 3. SUE KAUFMAN . . . Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Executive Board 3, 4; French Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Art Editor of Sassamon 4; Li¬ brary Aide 3; Guidance Librarian 4; Musical 2, 3; Musical and Cotillion Chairman 2, 3; Scenery Prom 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. JOAN KENT . . . Honor Society 2, 3; Business Service Club 2, 3; Girls’ Gym Club 2, 3, 4; Guidance Library 2, 3, 4. JIM KILEY . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Decoration Prom 3; Prom Usher 3; N Club 2, 3, 4; Hockey Captain 4; Sophomore Decoration 2. MARJORIE KANE . . . Girls Athletics 3; Glee Club 2; Future Nurses Club 4; Science Fair 3, 4. STEPHAN KANNEL . . . Track 2; Science Fair 2, 3. DONALD KIMBALL . . . Basketball 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; N Club 4. K LINDA KLEIN . . . Science Fair 4; Decoration Senior Play 2, 3; Decorations Sophomore Dance 2; Decorations Musical 2, 3; Decorations Junior Prom 3; Decorations Sadie Haw¬ kins Dance 3, 4; Sassamon Art Staff 4; Library Aide 3, 4. PRISCILLA KLEIN . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3; Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2; G.A.A. 2, 3. SCOTT KNIGHT . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3; N Club 2, 3, 4; Decoration Committee Co¬ tillion 3; Decoration Committee Prom 3. JULIE KORENBERG . . . Band 2; A Capella 3, 4; Sas¬ samon Board 4; Musical 2, 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; President French Club 4; Cotillion Decoration Committee 3; Banquet Decoration Committee; Science Fair 2, 3; Hu¬ manities Club 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee; Clerk for Elections 3; A Capella Accompanist 2. MARK KRIGER . . . Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; ' Tennis 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board As¬ sistant Editor 3, 4; Senior Play 4; N Club 4; Science Quiz Team 4; Cross Country 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3; School Musical 3, 4; Humanities Club 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Fair 2, 4. FRANS LAMAITRA . . . Basketball 2. CHRIS LANGLOIS . . . Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Sophomore Dance Decoration and Refreshments 2; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Executive Board 2; Clinic 2; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Elec¬ tion Official 3; Class Secretary 2; Senior Play Publicity 4; Decorations and Refreshments for Cotillion 4; Cotillion Queen 4; Prom Princess 3. CHARLES LAVERS . . . Basketball 3. NORMAN LECOINTRE . . . Football 2; Hockey 2; Wrest¬ ling 3, 4; Gym Club 3, 4. SARE MADDEN . . . Senior Play 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; A Capclla 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Decoration for Cotillion 4; South Pacific Musical 4; Refreshment Committee for Cotillion 4. SUE LEFEBVRE Homemaking 2, 3, 4 MARY LEONE RUSSELL LEAVITT . . . Wrestling 4; Girls’ Athletics 2, 3 4; Science Fair 2, 3; N Club 4. MARILYN MAFFEI . . . Pep Club 2, 3; Yearbook Liter¬ ary Staff 4; Decorations Prom 3; Scenery for Senior Play 3, 4. BARBARA LEVINE . . . Girls Athletics 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Student Council ' 2, 3 ,4; Vice President 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Literary 3, 4; Yearbook Art Staff 4; Play Reading Committee 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Humanities Club 3; Decorating for Prom and Cotillion 3, 4; Nurses Aide 4; D.A.R. Award 4; Student Exchange Group 4; Honor So¬ ciety Convention 4. ANDREW B. MAHONEY CHARLOTTE MAHON . . . Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee 4; Prom Decoration 4; Publicity Committee for Senior Play 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Nurses Club 4; Nurses Aide 4; Library Aide 4; Campaign Manager 2; Science Fair 2; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4. HOWARD LEVIN . . . Golf 2; Track 4 DOROTHY MARON . . . Glee Clu tion Committee 2; A.S.B.M.S. Club 3 3| Hockey 2 CYNTHIA LEWIS . . . Girls Athletics 2 Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Homemaking Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Ticket Committee for Musical 4; Fashion Shows 3, 4. GAY MARSHALL . . . Tennis 4; French Club 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Science Fair 4; Senior Play Publicity Committee 4; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Guid¬ ance Library 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Honor Society 4. Track 2; Cafeteria Marshall 1 RALPH Glee Club 2; Business Sassamon 4; Li JOAN LESLIE ROBERT MARSHALL . . . Sassamon Board 2; A Capella 3, 4; Musical The Guy From Venus 3. brary Aide 4; Ticket Committee Senior Play; Prom Decora tion 3; Chairman Refreshment Committee for Cotillion Executive Board 4 Safety Patrol 3, 4; Business Service RITA MARSO Club 4. Pep Club 3; Business Service 4 JEANNE LOCKARD Usherette 2. MARY LOFTUS JOHN LOOMIS . . . Golf 2; Track 2; Meterology Club PSSE Physics, Biology Seminar. PAMELA LOSCO . . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society 4 Prom Decoration; Cotillion Decoration; French Club; Pub licity Committee for Senior Play; Science Fair 3, 4; Sassa mon Literary Staff. Football 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Science KEN LOWDEN . Fair 4; N Club 4 ROBERT LUCAS . . . Basketball 2; Track 2, 3, 4 (Cap¬ tain); Honor Society 3; Sassamon Board 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Boys’ State; Executive Board 3, 4; Class President 4; A.F.S. Student Chairman 3. MARY LOU PALLI . . . Girls Athletic Association 1 Girls Basketball; Cotillion Refreshment Committee 1; Busi ness Sassamon 1. MARTHA MABARDY . . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Business Sassamon 4; Sas- amon Literary Staff 4; Yearbook Subscription 4; Sassamon Board 4. NICKOLAS MABARDY . . . Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Refreshment Committee; Junior Prom Ticket Committee; Senior Play 4; Student Council 3. SUSAN MacCORKLE ... A Capella 4; Publicity Commit¬ tee for Senior Play 4 Publicity Committee for Christmas Cotillion 4; Library Aide 4; Future Teachers 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4; N lub david macgregor Science Fair. LINDA MARTIN . . . Cheerleader 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Honor Society Chairman of Massachusetts Convenetion 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Nurses Aide 4; Guidance Library 4; Li¬ brary Aide 3, 4; Properties Committee for Senior Play; Science Fair 2; Executive Board 4; Decoration Committee Banquet; Campaign Manager (Nicki McKeen). SCOTT MCCARTHY . . . Hockey 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Musical 3, 4. JAMES MCDONALD . . . Track 2. JOHN McELENEY . . . Football 2; Indoor and Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, Science Fair, Cotillion Decoration Committee, N Club. BARBARA McEVOY . . . Safety Patrol 2; Student Coun¬ cil 2j Prom Decoration; Football Decoration, Captain of Cheerleaders; Member of Student Exchange, Secretary of Pep Club in Sophomore Year; Usher at Class Day and Graduation, Clerk for elections in Sophomore; Cheerlead¬ ing Baystate Conference Champs 1964. CANDY McGEE . . . Student Council 2; Get Acquainted Dance Committee; Athletic Ticket Committee; Secretary in Mr. Bennet’s Office; Decoration for Junior Prom; Sassamon Subscription; Yearbook Subscription, Executive Board 2; Sophomore Class Treasurer. ANDREW MCGINNIS . . . Golf 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Weather Club 3; Chemistry Lab. Assistant 3; Science Fair 3, 4; Prom Usher; Science Team 3; Captain 4. ROBERT MCGOVERN . . . Track 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Mar¬ shall 4. CAROL McGRATH . . . Girls Athletics; Tennis 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Science Fair 2; Industrial Arts Fair 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. JOHN McGRATH . . . Football 2, 3, 4; N Club 4; Cafe¬ teria Marshall 3, 4. NICKI MCKEEN . . .Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Stu¬ dent Council 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; A Capella 3, 4; Cheer¬ leader 4; Cheerleading Competition 4; Play Rading Com¬ mittee 3; Decoration Committee for Prom 3; Commissioner S. P. 4; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Nurses Aide 3, 4; Honor Society Convention 4. NEIL McKEOWN . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4. WALTER McMAHON . . . Cafeteria Marshall 2. DON MERSON . . . Football 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; N Club. FREDERICK MILLER JR. . . . Tennis 3; Band 4; Or¬ chestra 4. ROBERT MIMS . . . Cross Country. DOROTHY MITCHELL . . . Glee Club 4; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee 1; Library Aide 2; Parent Night Hostess 3. RONALD MONACO . . . Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Foot¬ ball 2; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; South Pacific; Dramatics Club; Ticket Committee for Senior Play 2, 3; Guy From Venus; Our Hearts Were Young and Gay; Science Fair Committee; 3rd place in Science Fair 4. ELIZABETH MORRILL . . . Girls Athletics 2; Glee Club 2. ANN MORRIS ... Pep Club 2. EDDIE MORRIS . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Cafeteria Marshall 4. LYNDA MORRIS . . . Glee Club 2, 3. PAUL MOSTECKI . . . Football 1, 2; Indoor and Out¬ door Track 3, 4; Senior Play 2, 3; Stage Club; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Committee; N Club. BRENDA MOSHER . . . Hockey 3; Executive Board 2; Pep Club 3; Business Service 3, 4. JOAN MULLEN . . . Glee Club 2, 3. PRISCILLA MULLEN . . . Glee Club 2, 3. TOM MULLANEY . . . Baseball 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Christ¬ mas Cotillion Decorations Committee; Gym Club 3. JEAN MURPHY . . . Safety Patrol 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Science Fair 2; Decoration Committee for Cotillion 4; Publicity Committee Cotillion 4; Pep Club 4; Business Service Club 3, 4; Sassamon Literary Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. PAULETTE NAPOLI . . . Glee Club 2; Pep Club 2. % MICHAEL NAPOLITANO . . . Football 2. 192 STANLEY NELSON . . . Baseball 2, 3; Track 4; Senior Play 4; Gym Club 3; Junior Prom Decoration Commit¬ tee 3. SANDRA PAUL . . . Pep Club 3; Refreshment Commit¬ tee 4. NANCY NETTLETON . . . Softball 4; Field Hockey Cap¬ tain 4; G.A.A. President 4; Safety Patrol 4; Science Fair 4; Medical Club 4; Gym Club 4; Scenery Committee Class Play 2. ROBERT PAYTON . . . Stage Club 2. GEORGE PEASE . . . Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Sci ence Fair 2 , 3, 4; N Club 1. DAVE NEWCOMB . . . Track 2; Wrestling 4. BONNALEE NICHOLS . . . Basketball 2; Band 4. SALLY NOLAN . . . Girls’ Athletics 3; Future Nurses Club 4. ROBERT PENS WICK . . . Track 2, 3, 4. )AMES PERREIRA . . . Football 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall 2, 3. WINFIELD PETERSON . . . Wrestling 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety 4; Student Council 4; Gym Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; N Club 4; South Pacific 4. CECILE ROBICHEAU . . . Cotillion Decorations Commit¬ tee 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Yearbook Art 4; Get Acquainted Dance Art Committee 2; Musical 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 3. LESSLIE NOLD . . . Softball 2; Sassamon Board Business 2; Student Council 4; Executive Board 4; Pep Club 4; Fu¬ ture Nurses 4; Prom Usher 3; Yearbook Literary Commit¬ tee 4; Campaign Manager for Ellen. RICHARD NATION . . . Football 4; Track 4; Glee Club 2; Ticket Committee 4; N Club 4. CAROL O’BRIEN . . . Sassamon Board 2; Sassamon Liter¬ ary 4; Pep Club 4. WILLIAM PETTINGILL . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; N Club 2, 3, 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee for Cotillion 3; Sophomore and Junior Executive Board 3, 4; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom 3. CAROL PEZZA . . . Girls Athletics 2; Ticket Committee for Senior Play; Publicity Committee for Senior Play; Busi¬ ness Service 2, 3, 4; Office Secretary. PAULA PHINNEY . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Publicity for Cotillion 4; Literary Staff 4; Ticket Committee for Sen¬ ior Play 4; Guidance Librarian 4; Business Sassamon Club 4; Business Service Club 3; Science Fair 2, 3, 4. ELAINE PIPE . . . Honor Society 3, 4; Literary Staff for Yearbook 4; Publicity Committee for Musical 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; Future Nurses President 4; Two Science Fairs 2, 4. DIANE O ' DONNELL . . . Student Council 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; Pep Club 2, 4; French Club 3; Nurses Aide 4; Usherette Prom; Sophomore Dance Deco¬ ration Committee; Decoration Committee for Prom; Invita¬ tion Committee Prom; Publicity Committee Cotillion; Pub¬ licity Committee Get Aquainted Dance; Sassamon Business Staff 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Softball 2, 3; Executive Board 2, 4; Ticket Committee for Senior Play; Senior Play Publicity Commit¬ tee. JUDY O’HARE ... A Capella 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Pep Club 4; Prom Publicity 3; Cotillion Decoration 4; Usherette for Prom 3; Make-up for Senior Play 4. JACKIE OLENICK . . . Honor Society 4; Humanities Club 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Christmas Cotillion Decoration Committee 3, 4; Chris mas Cotillion Publicity Committee 3, 4; Debating Com¬ mittee 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. JUDITH O’NEIL . . . Girls Athletics 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Board 3; Senior Play 4; A Capella 4; Pep Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Sassamon News Editor 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Girls Athletic Association 3, 4. CAROL O’REGAN . . . Usherette for Senior Play 4; Pep Club 4. MIKE O’SULLIVAN . . . Football 2; Wrestling 3. DENISE PORTER . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3; G.A.A. Club 2; Future Teachers Association 4. ROBERT POWELL . . . Golf 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Commit¬ tee 1963 Graduation; Usher. LAWRENCE PRIORE . . . Track 2, 3. ROBERT PRIORE . . . Track 2. PETER QUIRK . . . Track 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3. ANN QUIGLEY . . . Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 2; Glee Club 2; Business Service Club 3, 4; Industrial Arts Fair 2; Junior Prom 3. JENNY RICHARDSON . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3. LYNNE ROSENBLOOM . . . Glee Club 2; Business Serv¬ ice Club 3, 4. DEBBIE ROSE . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary; Musical 1963. FREDERICK ROSS . . . Track 3; Cross Country 3; Indoor Track 3. CHARLES ROBINSON . . . Band 3; Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; School Musi¬ cal 3; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Usher for Junior Prom 3; Ex¬ change Student to Puerto Rico 3. ALLAN ROGERS . . . Track 2, 3, 4; Indoor and Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4. MARY RUSSELL . . . Sassamon Board 1; Pep Club 1, 2. JOHN RYDER . . . Football 2, 3; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3. JAMES SAART . . . Basketball 2; Senior Play 4; Execu¬ tive Board 2, 3, 4; Musical 4. VIRGINIA SANFORD . . . Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee. , STEVE SARADNICK . . . Baseball 2, 3; 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshal 4; N Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4. PAUL SCHNEEKLOTH . . . Track 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; N Club 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshal 4. ERIC SEAHOLM . . . Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Harmony 1; A Capella 4. MARY ANNE SHEEHAN . . . Girls Athletics 2; Science Fair 2; Industrial Arts Fair 3; French Club 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Usher for Class Day and Graduation 3; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 3. MARILYN SHEEHAN . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Board 4; Senior Play 4; Student Council 4; Decorations Junior Prom 3; Decorations Christmas Cotillion 4; Dra¬ matics Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Science Fair 2, 4; Pep Club 3. MICHELLE SHERMAN . . . Girls’ Athletics 2; Senior Play 4; Business Service 4; Musical 3, 4; Pep Club 2. CHARLOTTE SIBLEY . . . Girls Athletics 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3, 4; Library Aide 2 , 3; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Humanities Club 3; Play Reading Committee 3; Refreshment Music Committeees for Prom 3; Publicity Committee for Winter Musical Festi¬ val 3, 4; Publicity Committee for Musical 3; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Dixieland Band 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Execu¬ tive Board 2; Science Fair 2, 3, 4. ALICIA SIDERMAN . . . Student Council 4; Humanities Club 4; Tickets for Senior Play 4; Bookstore 4; Where- ever I could do Something. ELLEN SIGALOVE . . . Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 2; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Nurses Aide 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Secre¬ tary of Class 3, 4; Cheerleading 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Pr om Committee 3. DIANE SILVERMAN . . . Usherette Senior Play 1; Year¬ book Subscription Committee; Decorating for Cotillion Committee; Pep Club; Decoration for the Junior Prom; Usherette for Senior Play. JULIE SIMS . . . Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play Usherette; Senior Cotillion; Executive Board 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 2, 4; Guidance Library 3, 4. BRENDA SMITH . . . Orchestra 4; Pep Club 2, 3. FREDERICK SMITH . . . Basketball 3. BARBARA STORY . . . Glee Club 2; Spanish Club 2. LESTER SMITH . . . Track 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Committee 2; N Club 4. THOMAS SMITH . . . Football 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshal 3, 4. KAREN SNOW . . . Glee Club 2; Pep Club 4. GERI SNYDER . . . School Musicals; Talent Show; French Club; Future Teachers Club. NANCY SORENSEN . . . Girls Athletics 3; Glee Club 4; Library Aide 3; Pep Club 3. JERRY SPADONI . . . Honor Society 4; Wrestling 3; Senior Play Costume Committee; Cafeteria Marshall 3; Executive Board. PAMELA STEELE . . . Glee Club 2; Student Council 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Library Aide 4; Junior Prom Decorating 4; Get Aquainted Dance 3, 4; Junior Cotillion 4; Business Service Club 3, 4; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; Liter¬ ary Staff 4. JACQUELIN STEEVES . . . Glee Club 4; Pep Club 3; Library Aide 4. EDWARD STEPHENSON Jr. . . . Wrestling 4; Honoi Society 1, 4. THOMAS STEPHENS . . . Hockey 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4. ENID STEPNER . . . Safety Patrol 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Nurses Aid 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Ticket Com¬ mittee. PATTIE STERN . . . Nurses Aide 4; Decoration for Senior Prom 3; A.F.S. Collection 4. BARBARA STEPHENS . . . Prom Decorations; Ticket Committee 3; Industrial Arts Fair; Homemaking Club 2, 3. DONNA STEVENS . . . Softball 2; Executive Board 3; Decoration Committee for Junior Prom; Sassamon Literary 4; Business Service Club 3; Secretary for Mr. Collins. JOANNE STEEVES . . . Business Services 4. PHILIP STEVENSON . . . Outdoor and Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Band 2, 3; Honor Society President 3, 4; Student Council 4; Executive Board 2, 4; Humanities Club 3; Dance Band 2, 3; Musical 2, 3; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; American Field Service 3. DONNA STOCKELLBURG . . . Girls Athletics 2; Safety Patrol 3; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Publicity Committee for South Pacific 4; Future Teachers Club 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Musical 3; Honor Society 4. 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. EDWARD STONE . . . Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Wrestling 3; Science Fair 3, 4. DEBBIE SURKIN ... A Capella 3, 4; Musical 1963 3. DIANE SUTTER ... Pep Club 4. BEVERLY SWENSON . . . Safety Patrol 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Business Service Club 3, 4. LUKE SZPAKOWSKI . . . Track 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Indoor Track 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Science Quiz Team JOHN SUDELIS . . . Golf 3, 4. BEVERLY TASH . . . Glee Club 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Decoration Committee 3; Science Fair 2; French Club 4; Humanities Club 3; Language Laboratory Assistant 4. DIANE TASSINARI . . . Glee Club 4; Junior Prom Deco¬ ration Committee; Cotillion Committee 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Science Fair 2. GREG TAYLOR . . . Safety Patrol 4; Senior Play 4; Sci¬ ence Fair 4; Industrial Arts Award 2, 4. PETER C. THOMPSON . . . Senior Play 4; Prom Decora¬ tion Committee 3; Audio Visual Aid 4; Stage Crew 4; Senior Play Scenery Committee 4; Science Fair 3, 4. KARL THORESON . . . Football 2; Cafeteria Marshall. CINDY THORPE ... Pep Club 4. RONALD TIBERIO . . . Track Indoor and Outdoor 4; Honor Societey 3, 4. 195 MICHAEL TOMASETTI . . . Basketball 4; Gym Club 3, 4. CAROL TONELLI . . . Decoration Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Science Fair 4; Junior Prom 3. DORIS WRIGHT . . . Basketball 3; Band 4; Safety Patrol 4; Orchestra 4; Typing Committee for Yearbook 4; Business Service Club 4; Driver Training 3; Usher-Air Force Band 2; Usher Navy Band 3; Usher Music Festival 4; Usher Musi¬ cal 4; Dance Band for Musical 2; Music Committee Prom 3. TERRANIE TRAINOR . . . Track 2. NANCY TULLOCH . . . Basketball Co-Captain Varsity 3, 4; Girls Athletic Association 4; Yearbook Subscription 4; Musical 3; A Capella 3, 4; Senior Executive Board 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4. JEANNE WRIGHT . . . Sassamon Board 2; Executive Board 4; Decorations Committee Sophomore Dance 2; Fu¬ ture Nurses Club 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Decorations Committee of Junior Prom 3; Decorations Committee Christmas Cotillion 4; Properties Committee of Senior Play 4; Science Fair 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Pep Club 3; Library Aide 3. JACK WHALEN . . . Track 4; Band 3; Sassamon Board Subscriptions 4; Senior Play Tickets 4; Student Council Executive Board 4; Prom Committee Refreshment 3; Co¬ tillion Refreshment 4; N Club 4; Science Fair 3. MARTIN J. WHELEN . . . Hockey 2; Sassamon Board L. T. Committee 4; Gym Club 4. RICHARD WRIGHT . . . Track 4; Executive Board 2; Gym Club 4; N Club 4. RUSSELL WRIGHT . . . Track 4; Literary Staff 4; N Club 4; Gym Club 4; Cross Country 4. HEIDE WUNDERLICH . . . Fencing 2; German Club 3. CAROL WHITE . . . Girls’ Athletics 4; Future Teachers Club " 1; Executive Board of the G.A.A. 4; Literary Com¬ mittee of the Yearbook 4; Pep Club 4; French Club 4. --e-V . ' ,,P ' MftpMp PAULA WILLIAMS . . . Band 3; A Capella 4; Honor Society 4; Ticket Committee for Senior Play 1; Decoration for Honor Society Tea 1; Refreshments for Honor Society Luncheon 1; Refreshments for Future Teacher Tea 1; Clerk Junior Year; Future Teachers Club 2; Dramatic Club 1; Musicals Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Guy From Venus, South Pacific; Usherette for Senior Play. DONALD YOUNG . . . Band 3l Stockboy for Mr. An¬ derson RONALD VAN . . . Sassamon Board 4. WILLIAM VANTASSEL . . . Baseball 4; Hockey 4; Cafe¬ teria Marshall 4; N Club 4. fif g JOHN VEZINA . . . Cafeteria Marshall 1. ELAINE WILTENBURG . . . Band 4; Safety Patrol 4; Glee Club 4; Honor Society 4; Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee 4; Usherette Senior Play 4; Usherette Junior Prom 3; Future Teachers Club 4; Science Fair 3; Science Fair 3; Sci¬ ence Fair Program Committee 3. LINDA WALKER . . . Girls’ Athletics 4; Safety Patrol 4; A’Cappella 4; Gym Club 4; Business Service Cub 4; Execu¬ tive Board 2; Girls Athletic Association 2; Publicity Com¬ mittee Sophomore Dance 2; Usherette Senior Play 4; Junior Prom 3. mmmm TOM WALSH . . . Safety Patrol 4; Senior Play Tickets 4. HOLLY WALTER . . . Basketball 2; Tennis 4; Commit¬ tees—Junior Prom Refreshment, Yearbook Subscription, Senior Play Publicity; Musical 3; Pep Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Nurse’s Aid 4. DOUGLAS WARD . . . Wrestling 3. ALAN WATERS . . . Yearbook Writeup Committee 4; A’Cappella 4; Musical A Guy From Venus 3; Senior Play Stagehand 4. FRED WATTS . . . Weather Club 3; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Prom Committee; South Pacific 4. CATHY WESTCOLL . . . Business Service 4. JAMES R. YOUNG . . . Basketball 2; Track 3, 4. MARY ALICE YOUNG . . . Glee Club 3, 4. 196 mmm mm i


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