Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1965

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asSamon 1965 The theme of this year- book symbolizes the in¬ dividuality of the mem¬ bers of our class. Just as each chess piece, different in appearance and pur¬ pose, works together on a board of red and black to¬ ward a common goal the members of the class of 1965 worked, cried and laughed, united on a field of red and blue 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication 4 Faculty 9 Seniors 28 Activities 122 Student Groups 136 Athletics 160 Awards 183 Senior Week 190 We, the Class of 1965 of rhc Natick High School, lovingly dedicate this, our Senior Yearbook, to Mr. Edward J. Bra ns field, a teacher of Mathematics and Cross-co li nrry Coach, A graduate of Holy Cross College, Mr. Brans field is a resident of Smith Natick. One of his daughters, a graduate of Natick High in 1963, is a student of Trinity College in Washington, D, C. Another, Ann, is a member of the Class of 1965 at N.H.S, His son, Stephen, Ls a student ar Boston College, Mrs, Brans field is active in local politics and is currently a mem¬ ber of the town planning board. We wish Mr. Bra ns fie Id and his family many years of health and happiness 4 DEDICA TION Mr. Edward J. Bransfield 5 Mrs. Harrier M. Goudet Mr. Raymond F. Diedrzycki ADVISORS The Class of 1965 wish to express their appreciation to their advisors, Mrs. Harriet Goudet and Mr. Raymond Biedryzekh Their patience, kindness, and generosity will long be remembered. 6 I _ I r ? ■HMilHH BJK- SCHOOL COMMITTEE Back row L Hanna, Bus, Mgr., R. Williams, R. Grass ey, J, Wignnc, F. Ordway, A, M a ffco, Super in tend e n t. Front row: H. Seltew, P Ambler, Chr., G, Cosgrove, T. Shea not present. NATICK SCHOOL COMMITTEE The Natick School Committee numbers seven towns¬ people elected to provide the education in Natick, These six men ant! one woman work closely with our very capable superintendent, Mr. Alfred A, Maffeo, to assure those of us who attend the public schools the very finest and most progressive educational program available. We are indeed grateful for their interest in us. 7 HOWARD V. HENNIGAR Principal B,S. r Northeastern University M, Ed, Tufts University GA.G.S, Harvard University MR. CHARLES L McMANUS Vice-Principal A.B., Georgetown University M, Ed,, Boston University MR. ARTHUR G. STICKLOR Vice-Principal B.S., State College at Pitch- burg M. Ed,, State College at Fitchburg 10 MR. LEO D. BACHIN1 Director of Music BM., New England Conserv¬ atory of Music MM,, New England Con¬ servatory of Music FRANCIS J. COLLINS Mathematics R,S,, Boston College Ed..M. t State College at Bos¬ ton RUTH W, COLOMBO Language A3., Bates University M.A., University of New Hampshire BAYNE W, DROWN Business Subjects B S„ University of Maine M,Ed Bosron University II HENRY J, PLAUSSE History Ph.B,, Boston College B.S., Stare College at Bridge- water HAROLD ROSEN Director of Guidance A,B. t Boston University M.A., Boston University JAMES F. O ' SULLIVAN Industrial Arts B,$ , State College at Fitch¬ burg M.Ed,, State College at Fitch¬ burg EMILY L. SHANNON English B.S. Simmons College M.Ed., Boston College ROBERT A, WHELAN Director of Physical Education B.S., Boston University M.Ed., State College at Bos¬ ton 12 I r i DAVID f. ANDERSON Science A.B., Princeton University M.A.T., Harvard University ERIC ALITALO Industrial Arts B.S., State College at Fitch- W ILLIAM ANDERSON Financial Manager and Business Subjects B.B. V, Boston University EdM,. Boston University ROBERT O. ANDREWS Guidance B.S., University of New Hampshire M.Ed, Boston University f I DANIEL J. BENNETT Social Studies A.B, T Tufts University M Ed., State College at Bos¬ ton ANN V, BARBIER1 Language A.B., Trinity College M.A.T, Assumption College 13 GORDON V- BENSON Mathematics B.S., University of Massachu¬ setts RAYMOND F. BIEDRZYCKI Science B.S , University of Rhode Island M.S,, Worcester Polytechnic Institute EDWIN E. BLACK Mathematics B.S., Gorham State Teachers College EdM,, Boston University NANCY A, BONAZZOLI English B.S., Boston College EDWARD J. BRANSFIELD Mathematics A.B., Holy Cross College M.Ed,, Boston College MILDRED L BROWN School Nurse John Hopkins Hospital PATRICIA F. BUCKLEY English BA., College of St. Elizabeth MA, Boston College JOHN CARROLL Social Studies A.B., Duke University CHRISTINE CAMOUGIS Business Subjects B.S., Boston University MTd., Boston University RUTH W. CHELL1S Business Subjects B.$ , University of New Hampshire MEd., Boston University FRANCIS J, CAREY History A.B, t Boston College MARY D + ClANNAVEI Language A.B., Trinity College MA, Boston College LOUIS F. COLOMBO Science LB., Sr, Anselm College M,EcL Bose on University ROSALIE P. CONNOR History and Geography BA, State College at Boston HELEN E. CONNOLLY English A,B. t Regis College MARGARET R. CONNOLLY Business Subjects B,S. t Simmons College EDWARD P. CULHANE Social Studies BA, Boston University BARBARA B DANIEL English B.Am Northwestern Univer sity 16 ANTHONY E, DeFELICE History B.S.. Boston University MA,, Boston University GERALD E. DYER Social Studies B,$. t Boston College ROBERT A. ENMAN Industrial Arts Worcester B.S., State College at Fitch burg M.E.D., State College at TASSOS P. FILLEDES Science B.S., Northeastern University DAVID R ENGELHARDT Science B.S., Yale College MAT., Duke University HARRY L. GARNETT English B,S., Boston University 17 ANNE L. GOODSPEED Language BA, Northwestern Univer¬ sity THELMA V. HAMM Language AJB-, University of Maine M.A., Middle bury College HARRIET M. GOUDET English A.B., Bates College SUSAN M. GRAY English B.S +1 University of Maine M + Ed , University of Maine ESTHER M HARRINGTON Language A.B„ Radcliffe College Ed.M +) Boston University JOHN J. HARRINGTON JR- English B.S, t Boston College M,Ed., Boston College I i ENA M. IRVING Physical Education B.S., Boston University M.Ed., Boston University ELEANOR M. JOHNSON Mathematics A.B., Boston University ' A.M. Raddiffe College Ph,D. f Boston University EVELYN B, KUSKE Homemaking B.S., Douglass College MColumbia University MARCEL LaVEJtGNE - Lingo age A.B., $t, Mary ' s Seminary M.Ed., State College at Bridgewater SUSAN M. KERWIN Language B,S., Boston College WILLIAM A. LEARY Business Subjects B.S., Boston College Ed.M. t Boston University MARY R. LEAVITT Science B S m Simmons College GUY R. LEIGHTON Physical Education B.S., Iowa Wesle yan M.Ed,, Boston University JOSEPH D. LoPRESTI Music New England Conserv¬ atory of Music M.M-, New England Con¬ servatory of Music WILLIAM A, LOWELL Mathematics B.S., Bates College M.A., Boston University JEANNE L, MAGUIRE English Ed.B., Rhode Island College MA. Boston College WALTER L MAHER Mathematics A.B„ Boston College M.EcL, State College at Boston IKS RICHARD C MANNIX Industrial Arts B.S., State College at Fitch- burg M.Etl., State College at Worcester THERESA L. MANNIX Homemaking B + S., Stare College at Fram¬ ingham FRANCIS W. MARCOUX History B.S , Boston University M.Ed., Boston University HELEN A. MARIANO Mathematics B.S., Boston College CHARLES T. MARSO Science R.S., Boston College MARIE E. Me DADE Business Subjects B.S. Boston University PAUL A. McGOWAN Mathematics B.S. t Boston College M.S., Boston College JEROME MINTON English State College at Worcester M, ANNE McGUIGGIN Business Subjects B.S, ? Boston College FRANK j. McNALLY Social Studies B.A., University of New Hampshire M.EcL, State College at Bridgewater JOHN S, MITRO Business Subjects B S„ Boston University M.Ed., Boston University DONALD J. MOREY Social Studies B.$„ State College at Bridgewater MJEd., State College at Bridgewater RUTH ]. MULFORD Librarian BA, Rutgers University ALFRED J. MURRAY, JR. Science B.S., Srate College ac Bridgewater THADDEUS F. NOWAK Audio-Visual Education A.B., A,M T M.S., Boston University EDITH M. NUTT Guidance BA, Wellesley College HUGH D, O ' CONNOR Social Studies B.S., Springfield College JANE S. OFFERMANN English AIL, College of Notre Dame of Maryland H. BERNICE OLDFIELD Library Assistant VINCENT K. OVERLOCK Mathematics B,A, University of Maine M.Ed, State College at Boston MARION L. POTHIER Business Subjects A.B. t Bryant College EdM +t Boston University BEVERLY M. POULIN Arts and Crafrs B.S., New York University M.A., State College at Boston MARGUERITE RAFFERTY Guidance B.S., Boston University M.Ed. Boston University mm DOROTHY V RANKIN Art B,$., Massachusetts College of Art 24 EDWARD J, ROONEY English A.B , Boston College A.M, Boston College JOHN A. SCANLAN Guidance B. A., University of New Hampshire M.A„ Boston University C. A.G.S,, Boston University M. THOMAS STEEVES Physical Education A.B„ Syracuse University KENNETH B. SWIFT Industrial Arts B + S. t State College at Fitchburg TERRY M, SMITH English A.B., Wesleyan University M.A.T., Vanderbilt Univer¬ sity THOMAS A. TH1BAULT Driver Education B + S,, State College at Salem M.Ed., Boston University 25 GLORIA I. VAS1LE Physical Education B S., Boston University ETHEL M. WARD English University of California MJ:d., Northeastern Univer¬ sity SANDRA IL WEINTRAUB Business Subjects B + S., Boston University ROGER E, WILDER Industrial Arts B.S., State College at Fitchburg MEd., State College at Worcester CHARLES G, WOODHAMS Industrial Arts B.S., State College at Fitchburg 26 SECRETARIAL PERSONNEL MKS. ANNE BAR AM MRS. HARRIET C. GRIMES MRS. DITA PETRO MRS. RUTH A. WATSON 27 28 topart mb Ihgtr mmnmH.. . 29 PRESIDENT Mr. President . ivy League , , Pineapple Princess . . . trips to hockey games - . . partial to another captain . . - greatest base ball captain , . voted most valuable player in Thanksgiving Day Game . . twin , . . found where rhe Ford is . . . enthusiastic speaker? Mr. Springboard . . . 40 . . HaJlowe en , . no equal. CLASS David Wilson One of two . . 61 . . , Mr. 300 , . . B.B. gun wars . , . ginger ale , . food more gin¬ ger ale ♦ . . more food . . . skin diver . . , likes soft jobs . , . pennies, anyone? . . . in¬ tervals ■ , . Mr. VP , " N " Club. VICE-PRESIDENT 30 SECRETARY D.A.R. Award , , . always netted, always there . . , future secretary . . . $:67 Lida-bclle « , unopposed ... very special charm brace¬ let _ . most ambitious . . . forget much? . unsurpassed school spirit . twenty-five cent words ■ . ' Hershey bars ' " . . . country rides . . , red and blue bulletin board. OFFICERS I Cheryl Micelotta TREASURER 31 DONALD ABBOTT ‘Donnie " . coffee houses . . good driver ' , . supplies from? . . " Take it for what it ' s worth " . , . pro at water skiing . « drives to Webster ' Tm confused again " . . , " How do you get mono? " . , Boston , , North Windham . . Neetega Council . . . Koerncr, Ray, Glover . , banjo . . kazoo . everything gets better after I give them up! LESLIE ADAMS " Rugsby " , . . homecoming weekends . . artistically inclined . , a certain elephant , , one of the seven sisters . , , what a wonder , . . Chin ' s Vil¬ lage . . . Wellesley Inn . . . muffller trouble? . . . the great scoffer . , careful driver? . . . who started the fire? , . . Pebbles . - " Paper Tiger " . . finish the Indian . art school. BEVERLY ADAMS " Booki " , . Fidler s refrigerator " Where are Sue and Ginny? " r . . Vineyard Beaches . visitor from NYC . . .a letter to 5, S, . . . after those English panels . , . tiny . . philosophical mouse . . . B. U, Conference , . . long, beautiful hair . + . " Don ' t worry about it " Tam¬ arind© , . apples and lollipops . Washington and Philadelphia « never too busy to understand JEFFREY ADAMS " Jeff " , . magnificent guitarist . talent show . . . " Jamie " . good student , . , Honor Society , " A Minnosingcr " . . loyal friend , . contagious laughter cheerful . . . witty . . . DeMolay , imaginative and inventive . S P. F , . " The Album " , a jaunty, unffaggin spirit Memories of overdue, overdue library books NANCY AITKIN " Nance " , always a friendly smile , . . likes a good time . . . big flirt . . what a bo wrier . always seen in music room . . . Stop Shop . certain trumpet player . . one of our class downs . . . " Hi Kid, " a good talker . hairdressing school - , ' 55 Dodge STEVEN ALBERT " Steve " , , food , English Ford r , . sports . . . people . . lunch . . . study hall . . " Stevie Wonder " . future business man « . loyal friend . lots of luck. 32 MICHELE ALVAREZ " Mickey Mouse " , , , ' Til kill you” , . . cute - . big brown eyes . .. . " Teddy? " , . . good dancer . . , al¬ ways talking . . . loves school? . . . w f didn ' t do it " . , . " Seen State?” . ■ " Hey, Linda! " JOHN ANDERSON Summer vacations . , convertibles « « , friendly . . likes chemistry . , . pet peeve student teachers . , . per¬ sonality boy f + . beautiful sweaters , . . Rick and the boys ... a certain pharmacy . . . needs East Natick? . . know; the value of true friend ship . , . runs lonely hearts dub. KURT ANDERSON " Vee Dee " , « ♦ " the puppet " . . . big time farce , , . Club 47 . . , " Ivan the Terrible " . , . a terror behind the wheel of a VW . . . quiet , , . master of sarcasm . , . part of the cult . . , sick [okes. of yesterday ' s lunch on today’s menu LOUISE ARENA " Lou " . , , " Wcelie " , . New Hampshire , , . picketing -.. Shrews¬ bury . . . little green men , . 1 can ' t dance . , . Dike , , . Boston . . , boys . . , muscles . . giggles . . . double talk . , . Woolworths . . , fun to be with . . « always a smile « . sincere. PAULA ARMENIO Sincere . . - pretty , fun to be with . . . beautiful brown eyes , . quick to make friends . , , well dressed . , . a certain senior boy . . . anyone for shorthand? a particular record collection . . . bright smile , . . cheery hello . , . intends to be a secretary. ROGER BACHELDER Sleepy second period . , good kicking quiet . . easy going , . . a dreamer , ♦ . manners su¬ preme . . not studious . , quick to smile . . good friend . retiring . , . blushes beautifully . . ' 58 fm- paJa . . success ahead. 33 DAVID BAILEY RICHARD BAKER " Wolf " . „ one of the boys , loyal member of the 45 club . , " Daytona Dave " . . . haunted house . . . mean motor setter , . . lots of personality , . Thanksgiving Rag¬ time Doll . . . often seen in C40G after school. Quiet . . . likes to listen , . entertainer . - . friendly . . cars . , . food . , . girls , . , . . . and in that order. ROBERT BALCOLM , good " Becb " . . . great hockey player - - . . likes 5. P. ' Pool, anyone? " . - - " down school around " . , . prize-winning English report . . - found in 64 Chevy . , . Those Friday night bowling teams . . . The Coop , . ♦ likes good times . . . great friend - K . DeMolay . . " What ' s the scoop? " . . . headed for Univ, of Mass. Memories of gym socks that took you . . . WALTER BALL " Wait " . , , ask me if I care . . , Abe Lincoln . ♦ . feet . . . saved the day at Needham „ , . R. j, , . . " Miki " . . . runaway ... a smile for every¬ one . . ♦ take a break . . .old home, Framingham . . , that night at Rob- by ' s . . , beautiful sweaters. AVA BARAM " And they tell us real rulf Jt ... big¬ gest of the littlies . . . ideas PLUS . . . Honor Society . . Sargent . , " You, J need " . . . little brother . . . it ' s a tuff league . . " Judi, that was so poor " . . . ' Tvc got it! " . . . rock, much? . - , Mary Wells ... a minor¬ ity , . , Springfield . , , folder for Bunny . Another great Victorious in everything she does. Always Avalee LAWRENCE BARKER " Laurie " . . . L B, j. . ( . " Ahboo ' . . . likes pool . . . often seen with C . . . Indian Head . . . Freddy . » . Stop Shop cashier . . . always ready with a joke . . . nice eyes . . . loves gardening . . , rhat girl from college ... off to Univ. of Mass. , . . likes green eyes and black hair . . . out of nowhere, strange enough? 34 KEVIN BARNICLE Likes if be can . . , mu vie goer Oh, those dirty blackboards . . . IbvCf to ear . . . bowling , . . cards Charles River Anthology . ;■ . Coohdge „ , . conservative . . , loves the sound of money . . . sweaters . . . paper backs . . . will debate any thing , htst-minure projects . , . ‘ ' Old Reliable ’ where yon wanted to MARJORIE BEAN Engaged , . . French Fries . . Gail, Carol Jaeky and Faye . nurses »idc .. cure . . a friend to every¬ one July . , ▼ nice clothes GREGORY BATTEN Go magi r us laugh . . . 27(1 sen horses . , University of Denver.,. blushes easily . . Lake Mash pec Lafay¬ ette „ . Puerto Rico - . great friend lots of luck. g° JAMES BEDFORD " Jim " . . . " Ccdt " . , . good looking . . . Wellesley Inn . , . Ho-jo ' s . . . Speen Street . . . Gountry Club . . . Washington, D. G. . . . Arlington Cemetery . . Brigham s . . . Fram¬ ingham . . McDonald’s after school . . . doodler . . . artist . . . seen with Ernie . , , convertible tops. WILLIAM BAXTER Bill , . - trips ro Wesrford . that crash diet . , r homework? , . r Hi, there , . . Where ' s the vandal? . . . Lucy . - . wrestling . . . weird noises . dark colors . , Texas . . . Tiger . . . a low-flung Buick special . . never heard of homework . . , keeps classes alive . - . always happy , » good kid. JUDITH BEGLEY " Judy” . , .a very true and sincere friend . . very shy . . . good worker . Coop . , . World ' s Fair . . weekend retreats . . beautiful com¬ plexion . . . business student . . . studies hard . . warm smile ... off to business school i o 35 MICHAEL BENES " Crash " . . . food . . . golf . . . pessi- misric . . . enjoys a good laugh . . , usually incites one . . . bird calls . . likes school? . . . girls? . . ■ weighr- iifring champion , . . EUGENE BENNETT " Jake” . . - check the crash helmet , , . science fiction fan . . scooter , . . terrific on the court . , , lie tie Honda . . - draft . . . mountain climber . . likes fossil chipping. DONNA BENSON " Dodie " . . . Benny . . quiet until you know her • , Beacon Hill . , , Coffee lover . . . partial to New Zealand , , madras cars . . 0-0 vision . . . great sense of humor. Memories of days when you could skip class . . , ELLEN BERGNER Elsie Me Bean, the original Peipej- anna , . . sleeps late . . . most femi¬ nine . . . New Year s eve . , , great school spirit . . , natural beauty . ♦ famous midnight. DONNA BERMAN Very friendly , . . enthusiastic work¬ er . bowling alley . . . sincere . , , easy to talk to . . . " Tomorrow I ' m really going on a diet” . . . pearly- white teeth . . E.T.A. president . . . sparkling personality , . . never-never land . , . Library Aide . . „ all-telling eyes , . , trips to nowhere. DAVID BERNARD! " Beans " . - - great basketball co- captain . . . injury prone? . . good friend ■ , . icehouse , « . " 32” . . . John owes his life to me . , . vege¬ table , . Lexington? . . . N Club picnic? , . . Olive oil and oranges? 36 } GAIL BERNSTEIN " Naomi " . . . always up to some¬ thing . . . " Tula " . . . great Math student . . . fearless leader , . Mus¬ tang . . . toys , . . BEEP, BEEP, BEEP . . . London Fog coat . . , our morning run up the hill . , . " Does this horn sound funny or what? . Basketball . . University of Bridge¬ port , . where the fun is. and get away with it. SUSAN BIGG ART " Sue " . . . Noellie ' s big sister . . . friendly . , . intelligent ■ . . pretty . . . " Shalom Boobie " . , . art . . , Folknik . . - guitar . . . classical mu¬ sic + , . brownies . . . librarian . . . Omar Bunch . . . civil rights . , Volbbuggies . . . " Moby Dick " . . ■ the gruesome twosome , . , the purple-clock award. i FRANCES BERRY Hey Franuie . , „ third finger left hand . , . Clerical Practice fan . . quiet . . . sparkling eyes . . . con¬ tagious laugh . . . willing to help . Boston . . . Never without a smile. DEBORAH BIX BY " Bix " . . . always seen with Nancy . , March an ds . , . DooDoo - " I ' m rough " , , puppy . . , popular , . , good dancer . , , chocolate chips . . . Maida . , Hopkimon Hallo¬ we ' en . . . B. C. bound. ROBERT BIGELOW " Turtle " . . always smiling . . summers at Lake Coehituate . . . good looking , . , sharp dresser . . . likes the girls . . , popular with everyone . . . candy man . . . one of the boys . . . Italian food , , . good luck. JOHN BLEASE Not too studious . . . anyone seen my books? . . , lots of friends . . . ambition to graduate . . goodbye school 37 DAVID BLUMENTHAL " Dave” . , , great basketball man¬ ager . . . reserved seat at football gam es ♦ , . What thesis? . . boy with the little green Rambler . . . off to college. CAROL BOND " Ahl " , . . What? . . . What? . , . Tell me . . . always studying , . . The V . , . trips to Boston . , . laughed all through the West Side Story . ♦ . Weasel . third toe, left foot , . . busy fingers . . horses , . . always hungry , . . long blonde hair . . . that ' s ah!. WALTER BORDETT “Walt " . . . P Y, , . , brilliant sci¬ entist ... a " Ham " . . . winning smile . . , Omar Group . . , an eight- foot yacht, Aliy ah . . . blue eyes . „ future electronics engineer , , hu¬ man r ights ... a way with words . . . Quartermaster Seminar . . , cos¬ mopolitan . . . devious . , . not crazy . . . quite a guy. Memories of a logical dress code: sandals, culottes, DENNIS BOUDREAU " Boudie " . . . personality plus , . . track . . skin diving . . , Friendly ' s .., what type gear shift? ... ' goose " has a way with parents . . „ trouble with whom? . , , always downing. ROBERT BRADFORD " Bob " . , , friendly . . , good com¬ pany . . pleasant to know . , . likes a good joke . . . hopes to go on to school . , . best of luck. SHEILA BRADLEY Illustrious senator . . « wit , , seen leaping balconies . . . a trail blazer . . , Winnie . , . loads of fun ... a real friendly girl . . . loyal classmate. 38 ROBERT BRADY " Scott " . eat . , . drink . . , bc- merry , , , ' 56 Chevy . . likes the unique . - - Hampton Beach . , Cape Cod . . . labor Day weekend? , . , not i scholar. DENNIS BRANDT " Den " . . , terrific personality . , best of drum majors . , . intelligent . , . music, anyone? . . . popular . . . true friend . . , neat . . . sweaters galore . . sincere . . . grear conver¬ sationalist . . high potential. ANN BRANSFIELD Anne . , . Horseneck Beach . , sleepy trips from the hockey games . . . Michigan . . . pep . , . dynamic . . . all aboard for B. C. . . . a help¬ ing hand ... a giving heart , . loyal friend , . good student. Wellington boots, garrison belts and madras. MARY BREEN First lady . Captain Mary The¬ resa . . laryngitis . . . her 13 prob¬ lems . . " Listen, listen, listen . . , Prom Princess . . . dimples . . ♦ Mex¬ ican Hat Dance . . " Why me?” . . . identification . . . cold New Year ' s Eve dinner . , , spaghetti . . . trips to the Arena , . . a golden locket from a friend. ALFRED BREGOLI ' AF . . one of the boys . . . hu¬ morous . . . fun to be with . . , North Natick . . . neat dresser . . . interested in cars . . . motorcycle fiend . . , construction . , , very quiet , , . basketball , . . weight lifting . . . shy , , Univ. of Mass. DOUGLAS BRJEN Marv to his friends . . . Cape Cod . . . Sophomore m B, C , , , folk music . ♦ „ a crushed clavicle . . . good friend . . . wonderful company. 39 BHVERLY BROUWER " Bevy " « . Hi ♦ , . guitar , , , green Rambler . . . Club 47 . . . What helicopter ride? , . . Are you twins? . . . spider John . . . wind song , . . Tommy . - Cleveland Cir¬ cle ■ . . boots . Sarah . U. 5. Army . - England . , , Wood coat . . . bare feet . November . . . blind as a bat . . . cool , - - phone calls . . , the poets . , Squash Pie , , , great girl. CHERYL BROWN " Charlie ' . . . candy counter , . . guitar . . . splash parties at Falmouth . . Rocky wood Reservation « . . charm bracelet . . . Brothers Four . . . juniorerte , . . Parlez vous Fran- cats? . , . Lake Cuthituate Fellowship , . , brown eyes . . . straight As , , , sincere „ . . beautiful hair . . , French Club . . . ballerian tenn is. DAVID BROWN Science whiz . . , Honor Society . , . sports fan . . . likes a good scoff . . . intelligent - , . laconic explanations . . . modest . . . candid . , . often sar¬ castic . . the library. Memories of scraping ten years of tarnish off the trophies, NANCY BROWN " Brownie " , . warm smile , . sin¬ cere . . . hard worker , . . Green Dodge... trips to Whitehorse Beach . . . wiil help anybody anytime . . . Jordan ' s . . conscientious ... a kind word for all and from all. ROBERTA BROWN ”Hi, Bobbi, " ... a good friend . . . pleasing personality . . . willing to help . . . Holliston . . . wonderful weekends , . . Blue Mondays . » . hard worker . , sense of humor. RICHARD BUCKLER " Ricki " . . . well known around school . . . loves to dance , . . Ford convertible . . . those summers in New Hampshire . . , often seen in Sudbury . . . avid water skier , . , good student . . . Northeastern in the fall. 40 LINDA BUCKLEY Lynn . . . West boro Speedway . . . Number 126 . . . Union House . . personality . . great sense of hu¬ mor . . , convertibles . . . summer rides . « . easy-going disposition . . . gives advice but never rakes it , . , a friend to everyone MARK BURACK " Bear” . . . Shop career day . . . Red Falcon . . , quiet , Robert Hail . . . good friend to have . . very shy . . . printer - . . Old Man. and adding identif ication to the sacred football SHARON BURNS The blue eyes! . . . quite die dancer . . always on the go . . . majorette leader.. . " My Fair Lady " .,. tobog- aning tumbler . . knows clothes . . . spiders ... a special place for a special person. t ROGER CABO Track , . shy . . . hockey . . . West Roxbury , . U. S. Marines . . can lift 5000 lbs. . . . driver training . . . Spanish . . . Fits . . . likes mul¬ tiple choice tests JOHN BURKE L B, . . r Penny Hockey in U.S.H, , . h 58 Ford . . . tennis . . . Fairway Sports World . . . that wrought iron fence . . . Bentley . . . Hockey games . . , great golfer . . Physics Lab . . . California bound. CYNTHIA CAISSJE ' Cindy " . . there ' s a twinkle in her eye . . well liked . . kind . . . friendly , . always ready to lend a hand . . , pretty . . , nice clothes. 41 GARY CALABRO " Cute " . . everyone ' s friend . , . down . . . dimples . . adorable smile . , . smart dresser . . - tease . . - has fond hopes of graduating . . . Who does homework? . . . quite a flier . , . Triumph 650 , , , got any gum ... a heart of gold . . good friend. CHARLES CALLAHAN ‘Chuck ' . . . big blue eyes . . , the Cape . , , wavy hair . , . talk . . talk . , . talk . . . " unbelievable " . . „ skiing , , . school teacher . , . blushes easily , . , girls . . fun . . . witty . . . easy-going manner. LAURIE CAMPBELL " Teddy " . . . hot little Fair lane , . , loves 10 ear . . . haunted houses . . . quick trips to Nantucket . . . sum¬ mers on the Cape . . those crazy dreams . . . artistic talent . . . on a diet . . „ neat and petite. Memories cure for . of aspirin as a JOHN CAPEN " Jaycee " . . . the Wall . . . South Natick . . Human siren ... the drug . . . mumsy . . . brownie . , « 55 Chevy , , . good kid . . . likes food . . , detention, anyone? GAIL CARNEGIE Handy with a 22 . . , Cape trips . . , I. R. reading? . . . Main Street Pharmacy . . . Otis Air Base , . beauty before beast , . Red VW , . . " he’s a funny little man " . . . canoeing . . . Cotillion that strip of wall paper . , . B. C. , . . Cos-A-Sec- A_What??? STEPHEN CARON " Steve " . . . early morning band ses¬ sions . , . fun loving „ . . " Sailor- boy " , . , quick with the jokes . . . keeps a party lively . . . all those musicals . . , witty . . . beats a mean drum . , . never a dull moment . , . great future. 42 LAWRENCE CARR Dead wood Club . . Joyce much , . , excuse me, I ' m from the press . . . study . . . play much - . , blue eyes . . drives slowly . . . red Chevy . „ . accident prone . . . thrifty dates . , . bench much . , , nightly picnics . , . tall , one of the big four . . . unusable VW . . - much . . . much . „ . rejoice. (L . PATRICIA CARROLL Pat . , . one of the " eild ones” . , , beautiful hair . . . Fe, lie, foe, fum, I smell smoke in the Auditorium . . pride of Public Speaking . . Brewsters . . . loves homework h J often seen in the clinic athlete ' s foot, charleyhorse, and appendicitis JAMES CASEY Jim . . . " Jay " . . . cafeteria marshall . . - Stop Shop . . . friendly rela¬ tions with East Natick . . , shy until you know him . . , l 6l Ford Galaxy . . , flirt . , , blueberry pie . . . friendly . - . has three Beagles . . , hunting , . . DeMolay . , . how about taking my tray up? LARRY CATARIUS One of our tall members . « quiet . . shy . . sometimes? . . . not too studious always . . . has fun . . good friend. BARBARA CARUSO Barb . . , Brooklynite ... so you know she ' s sweet! . . . cv cry one ' s friend , . . Seen in a green and white Olds . . . famous last words—- " gas money” . . . lovely black hair . . . always on the go . . . good luck. Barb. ALAN CHAMBERLAIN ”AI” . . , always laughing . . ex¬ cellent student . . . electronics en¬ thusiast . . . quilt . . . friendly . - . likes sports, especially tennis and fishing . . . Saturday night hockey games . . interests in math and sci¬ ence , . career in engineering . . . " Don ' t let them go down those stairs.” . . 43 DUNCAN CHAPMAN " Sandy " , , . No, no, not for two miles . , . watch out for MarJem . . . Honey farms . . . one of those daisies , . . the canoe . DeMolay - 50£ admission , . . cross counrry french fries . . . Vermont . . south¬ paw . . , watch out for that curve . „ a way with girls. PENELOPE CHAPMAN Penny . . . capable . . . intelligent - - . A.F.5. representative to Norway . . The Unicorn , . , " Yes f honey, " . . . blushes , . sandals . . . sensitive , . , sweet , , . those Norwegian sweaters . , ♦ turtle neck , - . her smile smiles at you . , Dave ♦ . , a leader. Mem or u for class DONNA CHIACCHIA Dug Pond . . . lifeguards . , . C.C.C. . . . winning smile . . . " Repent you sinners, repent! " Dach . . , Wind¬ jammers . . . beautiful sweaters . . . " Blue Grass . . . athletic . . math . , , poetry . ♦ . always singing , , . Jewish War Veterans " Award . , . cheery , , , Cackle , , " My Fair Lady " . . genuine warmth. DAVID CLARK Dark, wavy hair . . . triples at lunch . . . Fairway Sports World . . . Wellesley . Chinese Food . . . . . . good companion . , . Rambler gets him around . , . the waddle walk , . . Clarkcnberger . . . likes parties, especially in Wellesley. ROBERT CHARRON " Rob " ■ . . seen at Stop Shop . . . " When is rhe next half day of school? " . . , Has many friends in the army , . „ What a smile! . . , can make anyone work and usually does , . . Really two steps ahead of us . „ . incident of the turtle neck jersey. t of scraping up money rings . . . KEVIN COAN See ya in a minute . . . Blue T Bird , . . good friend handsome smile . . , The Warehouse « . mad dash . « , work P . . oh, those manuscripts . , . great sense of humor . . good list¬ ener . , . summer . , , Falmouth , . . the boat. 44 PETER COFFEY Honda . . , seldom seen in Natick . , . car hops . , always arguing ? , , many good qualities . . . friends. TERRY COLBETH " Jeff ' ’ . . . a traveling man . . adopted home in the west , . „ skip . , . loves to travel . , . newcomer to Narick - « , foreign countries . , . great talker. JOSEPH COLEMAN ' Termomcier” . . . No. 17 , . , slen¬ der fireball . , one of nine . . Ted Williams summers . . . ace hurler . . , ace fellow . should go far , , . best of luck. traditional but didn ' t MARY JEAN COLLINS M M. J ' . . adorable . . . tuna fish , . . contagious laugh . . . snowbound ar Harwood ' s . . . J,N. . . double dates . , ■ the Purple Chair per¬ sonality plus . . long walks to the " Golden Arches " . . , petite , . . the girls . . . good ole Captain Dan . . . Really? . . . an igloo built for two . , . freckles . , , oh, those sand dunes, future nurses. V NEIL COLLINS Nice smile . « . Judy . . , quiet , shy , , . madras belt . . dimples . always a comment , , , Newton . sleepy . . . eyes , . . dean car? . sly laugh , . . nice dresser. JOHN CONNOLLY Sports . spores . , . and more sports . . , the gunner . . , loyal bas¬ ketball manager . . liked by all , . secret interests . . , quiet , , , shy , . . spider . , , neat , , . well liked . . . well dressed . . . off to prep school. 45 KATHLEEN CONNOLLY Love those freckles . . ■ " May 1 help? " . . . sportscars . Guidance Library . . . long, beautiful, hair . . . loves to travel . . . intelligent . , wonderful smile - . . Spanish? , - . great personality . . contagious laugh ■ « Cathy . , - fun to be with , . . " Brownie " . . loves seafood, avid reader . . want a life saver? . . , modest - . RONALD CONNORS " Ronnie " . , . 1957 Blue Ford « . hockey . . Scop Shop , , t South Natick . . ♦ Cape Cod , . . loves steak . . ► always friendly . . , one of the boys . « , nice sweaters . . . sharp dresser . , good luck. Memories f ire drill GAIL CONWAY " Gailie " . . , lead fo ot , ♦ . Qh, those left turns . . . vacation with the griz¬ zlies . . loves to row a boat . , , look at those white hairs . . , never any boots . . ♦ graceful exits from cars . trying with ten thumbs , « . a good friend .. .fun. GEORGE CONWAY Ski boat ... a boy and his truck , . . outgoing personality . ■ . what a driver! " ... but Lm a Corvette man . . . comedian ♦ . , Chicago acquaint¬ ance ♦ . honorary member for rhe Flying Ooud . , . Lake Cocbiruat skier . . , a great guy to know-. GLENN CONROY Gunner . , . finast • . . Cape Cod Summers . . . rolling stones . . . beattles . . . classical marathon bowl er . . . hockey , , . forestry . . . coffee houses , . . Big City Blues . . . little Honda. f the first real honest JAMES COPLAN Sarcastic . . . watty . . r quick mind . . a stickler for detail ... an en thusiastic debater . - Honor Society . . . cave man . ♦ . " What rain? " . . , dimples, dates, briefcases? 46 tl LAURA COPPLESTONE " Laurie” . . always . . anyrbinp blue . nurse . . . pink aide . , ice cream with jimmies , . barn! aids . . aspirin . . her eyes match her hair . , . hamster grandmother . . , her own friendly druggist - . . cute ski jump , . peppermint . - nose , . - great senior . . great yean arid of rumored no for Seniors! PATRICIA COUGHLIN " Trisha” . . . outstanding personal¬ ity . . always looking for a good time . . , marine interest , . . pretty smile . . . baby blue . . . fried dams ... ' 62 Mercury . , that trip to California . . « IBM school or hair¬ dressing. LOUIS CORBOSIERO Well-dressed . . math major at Bridgewater , . . quiet . . sincere , . , studious . . delivers the Globe weekends ... dark hair .. . great friend . . . no trouble . . . loyal class¬ mate . . . outside interests . . . nice manners . . . often seen but seldom heard . . . enjoys sports , . . reserved , f . modest . . good sense of hu¬ mor RICHARD COTTER Nice clothes perfect manners . . . never upset , - works hard „ friendly . cooperative , . . good looking. KAREN COVIELLO Transfer student . . . Brighton ' s loss is Natick ' s gain . . . beautiful black hair . . Marlboro . . many friends . . . clothes, clothes and mure clothes . - wild shoes . . excellent artist . . . very friendly . , . avid sports fan . . soft voice . , . success. ELLEN CRAIG Pretty . . curly ha it . . vivacious , . Jordan ' s Who is it now? , . pink . . . freckles ... I need a ride , . . good friend . . light for the car air force . Thunder bi tds. 47 4 MARY CRAIG “Patty” . , petite . . cute , . very neat . . , blue eyes . . . can never be found in a crowd . . , Jordan ' s , . help me with my French ... I hope the car starts . . . always sincere . . . a tried and true friend , . . good luck. PATRICIA CROWLEY " Trish " ♦ . , " Succotash " . . . one of seven sisters . . . Hampton Beach . . , infectious laugh . . . pretty eyes . . . gobble, gobble . . partial to college boys . . . talks in circles . . . ski en¬ thusiast , New Year ' s Eve . . . a nice smile. RICHARD CULLINANE " Cul " . . . nice 54 Ford . . store Harry ' s car . . . good dresser 1 . - might be a chef some day , , . dis¬ likes telephone poles . . . hustler . , . Friendly’s . . - big blue Olds . . good friend. Memories of tense nerves at cheering tryouts WALTER CURLEY Curley ... jokes .. . red roses , . , high-water pants . . . red, orange, and blue socks . . . large collection of records ... tape recorder . . . sci¬ ence fiction . . . loves to play hockey ... a very sincere friend , nice to know. SUSAN CYR " Sue " . , , accident prone . . . lively . , . pretty . nice to know . r . Bev . . . Sarah . . . Boston . . . ballet . . . happy days ahead. BRUCE D AGOSTINO Ringo , . pathetic . . T Barber School . . . jester . , , trips to Long Beach r , . a diary , . . Wentworth , . . California . . , ambition to own a yacht. 48 : JOSEPH DAMPLO Reserved . . . profound . . , critical . , . impressive speaker . - Ken¬ nedy ' s . . spores enthusiast . . . fine writer . confident . . . scholar¬ ly , , methodical . sarcastic . . harmonica player MARJORIE DANIELS " Margee " , friendly . willing to help , . ■ voice . dancing . , headed for New England Conserva¬ tory . . nice to know . . . will reach great heights JACQUELINE DANIS " Jackie " , . T beautiful red hair . , blue eyes . sweet . . . intelligent , . . true friend . . . popular . . college , . nice clothes . different hair styles . . . beautiful . . quiet , not really good listener. and a repeat at Baystate L eague Competition. CARL DARBY " Moki " . . parry lover . talented singer . . great kid . happy-go- lucky . . green eyes blond hair . . millionaire someday . . , down . . , tells great jokes . likes cafe¬ teria studies. DEBORAH DARLING " Deb " , . briar wood . . . interest at Colby someone ' s studio . . , ethereal , artistic , curb interested in mails - and males . . those reunions! MAUREEN DAVIS " Moe " . . Coach House . . loves to dance . pizza beautiful smile . . hlushes . . . big brown satchel . . . very pretty . . wonder¬ ful friend . . . vivacious laugh . the girls . . looking forward to the Cape. 49 GEORGE DAYHOFF Hazel eyes . . . . . - small things come in big packages? , , . Well liked . . . after school . . . one of the famous ones . . . waterskiing . ♦ great conversationalist . . . has many interests . . . first scar . . friendly talk, talk, talk . - studious . . . good disposition. MARIANNA DERAMO Personality plus , . Italy ' s loss was our gain . , . beautiful long brown hair . . Onset . . . lots of friends . „ , ED . bracelet , . . true friend . . . fun . . considerate . . . long letters . , Business Service . . . pret¬ ty eyes . . those definitions . . . fine secretary OLIVE DIXON " OlUe " . . always laughing . . . likes machines . . interest in Wal¬ pole . . green Falcon . . . future nurse . . loves parties . . , an older brother . . . loves school and home¬ work. Memories of unfinished homework and then . . . NEIL DOHERTY " Doggery” , . Ford Falcon . . . good kid . . , likes girls . . . wrest¬ ling team . . . football . . . baseball t , . likes a good time . . - likes to dance . . homework??? - . , nice to know LINDLEY DORAN Lucretia ' . . . beautiful blue eyes party . . . intelligent . . , beautiful t collegiate t . surprise birthday clothes . . , swimming . . . charming personality , . , famous brother . . , popular . . . lovely hair . . consid crate ... a hard worker. MARIANNE DORPEMA A smile for everyone , , . hospital worker . „ , lots of friends . . . soft voice . . . nursing career . . sweet personality . . . MTA rides ... al¬ ways chewing gum . , true friend. i 50 MARGARET DOUCETTE " Peggy ' ... ’56 Chevy . . flat tires . Saturday nights . . . likes parties , . . Friday night rides . . . South Street , . . Pond Road . . . good dancer . . . purple . . . nice smile . . sparkling personality. JULIE DOW Shy . . . slow smile . . . benevolent . . . friendly , . hlushes easily . . . honest . . . summers on the Cape . . . boy friends . . . interested in art , . , a true friend . . . loyal , . . likes parties ♦ , . nice to know. i DIANA DRISCOLL Skiing , . , rope tows . . mountain climbing . . Leonard Morse , , good scout . . Kennebuckport . . . handmade yellow sweater ... tech¬ nical drawing , , . the Laundry mat. missing your only study that day. ARLENE DUBOSKY " Lee " . , . cute . . , pug nose . . . many friends . . , likes shorthand . - pretty hair , . little flirt . . . shun . . . petite . . . excels in any¬ thing she tries . . . Ashing . . . Plum Island . . keep smiling. MARY DUD A The farmer ' s daughter . . . Jovcs to dance , . . always laughing . , . great personality . . , likes Boston . . . likes food . . . headed for hairdress¬ ing school. WILLIAM DUFFY Friend to all . . likes high places h . ♦ hospital prone . . , smoke much? . , . blue eyes . . . those little white lies , . black and white bomb . « . rides on fumes . . . many casual ac¬ quaintances , . Paula . . . whiz in science . . , Irish , Sam, 51 ROBERT DUNN " Rob“ . . fire cower . - . horseback riding at midnight . . . Hot Six . . . always needs a haircut , . . Levis . . . collegiate . , ♦ Friday night , . Lumpy’s buddy , . ► bound for North¬ western. GLENN DURFEE " Durf . . , Mr. Newspaper . . . Chief . . ■ What right bumper? ■ . . friendly . , . blushes easily . . . those cabinet meetings . . . crutches . - . boy with a red badge . . . Loyal friend « . great school spirit. MYLES DURKIN " Dork " . . true friend . . . track¬ man . . . popular . . . full of fun . f . interests at Marion High . . . loyal good potential . , , sweaters.., personality . , . shy??? . . . a good Listener . , , sincere . ♦ . always look¬ ing on the bright side Memories of a record-breaking Senior Play parade . . . RICHARD DYRO " Dick , » . quite a practical joker . . . many friends . „ likes to fool with cars . . . pleasant . „ . well- liked , . . good luck. ELLEN EAST Sweet . . dainty . . artistic . . . en¬ thusiastic . . . loyal school supporter . 4 friendly . . . nice smile . . . out¬ standing personalin- , , . college bound , . never shirks responsibil¬ ity . + . what’s the next project? JEAN EDES " Granny " . . . cute . . . petite . Cape . . Barnstable , , , team room . « , appendicitis , . . lots of friends . . . many irons in the fire . . loyal friend. 52 NATALIE EDWARDS Very talented , , . has won many art awards - , . great future , . . good fnend . . . loyal classmate - . . always willing to give a hand . , should go far. PETER EGNITZ " Gary ' 1 , « Sellew’s ... a certain senior . • baby face . , . Nantaskct . . , the Cape . , It bothers mt .. forget it , , , ghost town , ♦ . 13th row . . drive-in . , , remember the stables . , . little Egypt . . . nice kid. GEORGE EVANS " Horse Hair " , . , play pool much? . . . constant smile . . . good scholar . . . can be found anywhere from Shrewsbury to Natick. and a superb performance for a finale. EARL PA HEY Quiet . . . shy . . , plays the piano well . , , smart - . . grows flowers . . . World’s Fair . . wants to be a chef r , . loves to study , . always wurking for others . , , kind ... pa¬ tient . wonderful person. FRANK FALDETTA " Frankie” . , , easy to get along with . . . serious minded , + . occasional . . . loyal , . , a good sophomore pal smile , , . nice to know. RICHARD FANCY " Dick " . , . senior play . . tall . . , good looking . . . good friend , . very sincere . , good student . . senior play . . P musical . , . great friend . . . works hard , . . likes girls « . , food. 53 KATHLEEN FANDEL " Kelsey ' , . . popular . , beautiful hair , , , mind of her own . great quarterback . - . interests at Fram- ingham South . . collegiate . . . alive . , . clothes horse , . . school spirit , . . Rifle Club . . flirt , » , blushes . , • curious . + . fast driver . . fiery temper. FAYE FANIN1 Nice clothes . , , skater par excel¬ lence . . . cute ... a certain junior . , . the Cape . . . hockey games Wellesley rallies . . . Framingham State, EILEEN FARRELL ' " Eny " . , petite ... all smiles . . Worcester Junior College . . . bare feet . » . jeans . . . headaches . . flirtations . , . posed , . . plans for IJ3i school . a real sweet girl. Memories of old red and blue band uniforms . . . PAUL FAY Friendly , , . blondie ... likes to bowl , . . friends in Wellesley . . . great person . . . nice eyes , . . Span¬ ish class . . . Northeastern bound . . . best of Luck. ROBERT FEELEY " Bob” . . . football parties . . , Labor Day . . Nantasket Beach . . . Who took the keys? , . midnite auto . . . lots of fun to be with. ENNIO FERETT1 Sunny Italy . . , hates to dance . . Nantucket Island ... a very hard worker ... a fine person to know , , . 60 Bonneville , . , Gtno ' s. 54 I ✓ JANICE FIALKOW n Jan " . . . Nantasket Beach . . hockey t . . great summers ... a spe rial Brookline friend „ . . MTA car rides? . , , Cotillion transportation ► , , lots of fun. and breaking tradition and gray. DEBORAH FITCH ' Deb ' ' ... ski trips . . . shining per¬ sonality . . . always friendly . . . sweet . . . sincere T . . has a fur In her closet . , . Wellesley fan , . . the Inn . , great pal , pretty , sincere. SUSAN FrDLER Special Kid . , . infectious laugh . t , original clothes . . neat room . . . original clothes , . . always the center of fun . , . talk . , . talk , «, talk , , , kind , . , diets? for red DOROTHY FITCH The one without the lipstick . . . modest , . . last to get a joke . . . that famous camping trip . ♦ . snow prim cess . . B.G . . , Bruins . . . pretty . „ , sweet , » f nice to know. 55 JUDITH FISCHER Judi with an ” i " . . . great dancer . . , wild weekends ♦ « . cur up fingers . . . green eyes . elbows Wellesley parties - - . friendly . . . loyal . . . fun. JEFFREY FITZGERALD +, JefF M , . , tall . . . athletic , . red head . . . hard worker . . . nice friend . . . loyal class supporter . . . hopes to go to college . , good luck. THOMAS FITZGERALD " Fitzi " . , , jokes . great water skier ; . N H, to Provincetown in one night . . . lifts weights , . . green bomb , . that football locker room . , , not too serious about school. EUGENE FITZPATRICK " Jim” , , shy . , blond hair , . loves school vacations « . likes skat ing . . summer time . . . hazel eyes future plans include the Navy . , , best of everything. JUDITH FLEMING " Judi " , . • lemon juice , , . lawn parties . . that laugh , knee socks , . t summers at the Cape . . . New York in one day . , loves sun sand, and sea shells. Memories of for caps and being measured gowns . . . SUSAN FLETCHER " Suzi 1 . , , incredible parries , , . hysterical sense of humor t . . Ver moor . guitarist . . , football , , , future in special education . . . great sport. ROBERT FLYNN Often seen around with the boys , . . great personality . . , easy-going , , . pizza • , homework? , , school? . . , many interests . . many friends. JOHN FORD Hampton riot , . „ neat , , . certain sophomore girts . . . sudden trips . insurance . . . many creditors . . " 57 Chevy . . . great head . . . seldom applies himself in school. 56 WARREN FOWLER Great trackman . . . good looking . ♦ . nice dancer , . . music , , , con¬ tagious smile . . . terrific salesman ■ , . quiet . . . kind . . nice to know. CAROL FRICKART " Frik " . . . busy nights , . person¬ ality . , . Go Id water , « . nice clothes , . . tars . . . nice eyes . . , realist? . . Optimist? . . . nurse ' s aide . . . Christianity . ; . politics . deter¬ mined . . , avid reader . . sense of humor . , , real friend , very bright SHERRY FRINK Folksong fan . , gym , artistic . intelligent . , attractive . . . pretty hair . . . motor scooters . - swimming . , , Harvard . . Vermont . Florida traveler . boys and the first real " organized”? graduation rehearsal. CRAIG FULTON Orderly at Newton-Welles Icy . . great wit expressive . . what car? . . , better right than wrong ... I ' m depressed , . black and blue . . quiet . .shy . . . nice to know . . . good student. RONALD GARNICK " Ron " . . . sharp dresser . . . li kes golf . . week-end card parties . a sometime wrestler . . careful driv¬ er , . wild sense of humor—man¬ ages to say the wrong thing at the right time . blushes beautifully. JOHN GARRY " The Kid” . . . often found sleeping . - Marion High interest , " Beast " . . . expressive shrug , . TO and 5 . . . Jack . . . 52 , . madras shirts . . . and belts . . catch the humor . ,, " Hey. " 57 GARRY GARLAND Tall . . . dark . . , jolly . . likes tall stories . . . often found where he is not expected to be . absent minded? . . great guy. ROBERT GARVEY " Garv f ‘ , . , blue convertible , . , pipes . . , likes to work on cars , , Pond Street . . . likes to play hockey , . . good mechanic . . . carries many books??? arrives daily at but makes it. BRIAN GATELY " Bri " ■ . . many friends , fun to be with , .. , pleasing personality . : considerate . . . sports . , . true friend . . . collegiate looking . , , shy , ♦ . summers in Maine . , . Merchant Marine . July 23 . . . grear friend. Memories of the last assembly remembered as the first to run over CHERYL GAVIN ’ Crash " . . , Connecticut . . . loves to dance . . . cute , . . Framingham dances , . Cape Cod . . Long Beach . . loves clothes . « good driver??? those parties! . . loyal friend , ■ . " Pinkie " . PHILIP GAYTON Sports enthusiast . . . would like to be a sports commentator . . . known by his friends as " Stretch " ... shy . . . scrap book , . . loves TV . . „ golf . . . contest crazy . . . little sister - , . bowls often . . . follows all teams, but picks underdogs. BONNIE GEREAU " Bon " . . . Hampton Beach . . . air force , . . skating , . . tobaganning . . . accident prone , , , beautiful clothes . . . sincere . , . tootsie pops . „ . coke . . a loyal friend. 58 JAMES GHETT1 H Gtno " , . math whiz ... 25 . , . " Golden arm” , . . leader . . . witty . . fabulous quarterback . , . great friend , , sociable . . . Hop kimon . . . Milton game , . . Thanks- giving night , , , RICHARD GLASHOW " Dick " - . Judy . , Algebra . . essay on peanut butter . . . plays the guitar , , . snare drummer . . . New York , . true-blue friend , full of fun . . nice to know . good student . . college bound. JANICE GLINES " Glinse " . . . What bet? . . friendly . do blondes really have more fun? . . . Paul Newman „ , . cackle much? , . . beautiful clothes . . . Elmira bound . , , loyal friend . , . wonderful company. of accomplishments at Executive Board meetings! DAVID GLUCKSMAN " Glucksic " . . . blue Opel . . . long talks . . a loyal friend . . . new guitar . . . what a dog! . . . marks¬ man . . . weatherman . . Piccolo s . Next eg a dances. CAROL GOLDBERG " Gold " . . . " Cal " , . . a terrain Italian Villa . . . those gossip sessions . . , Guidance Library . . . infectious laugh . , , neat . , . future artist . . . Wellesley . . that cover girl look . round trips to Boston . „ . from isolation to circulation. LEONARD GOLDMAN " Len " . . . ,r Lip tT « . . gymnastics . . « many nicknames . . . South Street . . , weekends with the boys . . . classy car . . , not crazy about work . . , clown . . . fun to be with. 59 f MARSHA GOLDSTEIN Vivacious . . , lively . . ♦ entertain ing , . , nice clothes .. . pleasant smile , . . good student . . . college bound „ . . besr of luck always. ALAN GOULD " Al " . . convertible plus ... a true friend . . . likes cars . . . girls . , . big flirt . , . Where did you get that accent? . . . Bentley bound , . . likes to dance . . . report card! DAVID GRADY ' Dave’ f . . . likes South Natick . . . lots of sweaters ♦ . . Pizza Special i . crash , . . 59 Ford . . trip to New jersey . . good friend . good times „ , likes girls . . . doesn ' t believe in work. 60 KEVIN GRADY Ski enthusiast . . . likes all spores . . . friendly to all . . North Natick . . . a loyal supporter for N.H.S. . . shy , . . sweet rosy? . , , college bo und . . . besr of luck al- ways. SCOTT GRAFTON “Scotty " ■ . . tall . . good sense of humor . . . double lunches . . . every¬ body s friend . . button-down col¬ lars and numerous gay tics . • dra¬ matics . , . that low T low bass . . wonderful companion. ALBERT GRAHAM " AP . . . “Turk , , . lives for sum¬ mer vacations . . those phone calls . . , station wagon ... a certain Junior . . . East Natick . . . North¬ eastern or National Guard? . „ . lots of friends . - . Wellesley . , , dia¬ mond ring. Memories of drilling graduation to LYNDA GRANDE Midnight trips to Seabrook . , . back doot ■ . . partial to the Coast Guard . . . Chevy . . . how many cars in how many months? . . . accident prone . , . one third . . , trooper . . - very fickle . , Fritos, ETHEL GRANT Quiet . . . shy . « . friendly , . tal¬ ented homemaker . . , excellent cook . . . clever seamstress . . . does beau¬ tiful handwork . . . good luck. ROBERT GRAVES “Bob ' 1 . ♦ . gravy train „ 61 Olds . . , weight lifting . , . greasy kid stuff . . . a certain junior , , girls . . , hockey . . football . . , baseball . . likes good times . , . Florida . . Maine . - . card shark . , . never on time . , . friendly smile . . . good friend. 61 STEPHEN GRAY " Steve " . . Ashby . . . sailing . . . skiing , . , Rindge . . that Renault w . . teddy bear . madras . . lucky , . . home away from home . , sweaters + . . pretends he ' s quiet , , , sincere. DOUGLAS GREEN One of the Travelers . . Flirtatious « , . Cape Cod parties . - , a motor scooter ride + . . guitar lessons by phone . . . girls . . , girls , . girls . personality . . . " My Fair Lady " - . . a knick and a sub . . . friendly smile . ♦ . off to Tufts. MARY GREEN Mary Lou . . , quiet . . . likes tele phones . . shoe stores , . . green car . . . taxi . „ never over 60 . , , good student . . . considerate . . . many cousins . . wonderful friend . . . gorgeous red hair . . . sincere . , . loves oral topics. Memories of dances where jackets and ties were not required. NANCY GREGG Cassandra . " Ablithe spirit " . . . a mountain of joy . , . always a smile , . blushes . . . skiing at Mt. Tom . . . midnight swims at Falmouth . . . tennis ... rifle dub . . . sick jokes . guitar . . . Dixie . .. great gal . , our most loyal classmate. LAWRENCE GRUPPI ' ' Larry " . . . loves skiing . . . tgni tion bomb in his car t . . Elm Farm . . , six stitchers ... ' 57 Ford . . . Nan tasket Beach . . The Wild Mouse . . . Mt. Wachussett . . King of Walnut Hill . . , sandlot football . . . friendly. PRISCILLA GULKO Sincerity plus . , . popular . . beau¬ tiful clothes . . . ambitious . . , true friend . . . one of ten . . . black hair . . . surprise birthday party . . . will make a hne nurse . . . studious . . . headed for a wonderful future. 62 ALAN GURNEY " Ar , . . good looking . . nice smile , . friendly . . great person¬ ality , , , likes Wellesley girls « . , anything for a laugh ... cold cars . . . fun to be with . « nice guy. PIERRE HAESLER Nicest smile . . loquacious . laughing green eyes - . Jud ' s broth¬ er for the year . . loves TV . , Mddales Navy . . great sense of humor . . quadrlinquisc , . hockey , , rowing . « + Mein Liebchen " , , our A.F.S. . - friend . , , until we meet again i LORRAINE HAHN The dark room , . , down in the cellar . . mearballs . , , signs , . . pretty eyes . . . sincere friend . , . folk music . . . long walks . , . New Hampshire . . . attractive . , . always a smile . ♦ burnt pancakes « mother ' s advice 63 JEAN HALL Friendly . . . loyal class supporter « , pleasant to know . . . likes to eat . « . likes the boys . . . many interests , .. nice pal. KEVIN HALL Happy-go-lucky . . likes everyone . . . football is hh first love . . good disposition . . « kind . , , has had many brothers in athletics. RAYMOND HALL Vim loving . . + great football fan , . . bowling league . , favorite with the kiddies . . . shy . . . loves ferns wheels . always a joke « finishes what he starts . . . our best 64 RICHARD HARVIE ’ Dick " . . . " Richie ’ . . . " Harv " ” . . . shy? . . . sometimes . . . blushes easily . . . always on the go ... no immediate plans for the future . . . lots of luck. k JOAN HASGILL Wonderful person . . . loves home¬ making . . . New York . . . keeps classes awake . . . loves to drive . . . enjoys fashion shows . . . wonderful diposition . . . knitting . . . sewing . . . excellent in all handwork clas¬ ses. Memories of the excitement of victory - T hanks giving 42-0. NANCY HASTINGS " Nance " ... air force . . . ferries? . . . heart trouble? likes yellow . . . clinic . . . pizza . . . Scmantha . . . summers in Rindge . . . great friend ... ask Sue . . spearmint lifesavers . . . red gavel . . . giggle ... always on the go. RONALD HAVENS " Ron” . . . shy . . . witty . . . smiley . . . noisy . . . homework? . . . Pontiac convertible . . . cooky hair cut .. . always happy . . . foot¬ ball games . . . loves food . . . where is it? . . . happy-go-lucky attitude gets him where he wants to go. ROBERT HASS " Hassy " . . . wrestling champ . . . those beautiful sweaters . . . always talking . . . excursions to Framing¬ ham North . . . not too quiet . . . a really great kid . . . our best al¬ ways. CAROL HAYNES Summers in New Hampshire . . . waterskiing . . . boating . . . Con¬ cord interest . . . future teacher . . . sincere . . . conscientious . . . easy to like . . . great friend . . . kind . . . patient. 65 LINDA HAZEN Lyn ' 4 . . . illustrious member of the Senate . . . little green compact . . security measures . . . lovely sweaters ♦ , skating . " It’s pink! " . . . birthday parry . . Washington and the cherry blossoms , . , Tufts . , good student . . loyal friend. DAVID HEMF.NWAY " Dave " . , , " Ernie " , . . hard worker . , . Wellesley . . . Hollisron . , , girls . , . cars . . . West boro speedway . . air force . - . June . . weekends . . certain junior girls . . money , „ a true friend , „ , 63 , . . Lake Cochi mate. NANCY HEALD " Nance " . , bright smile . . al¬ ways talking . . sharp clothes . . . neat hairdo . , . friendly . . . hard worker ♦ , , where the boys are . . , loves shoes , . . Italian food . special boy . , , bright future STEPHEN HEFFRON ’ Steve " , . " Crash Gordon " " . . . great kid . . . cool dancer ... I for- got ... I didn ' t do it . . . one of the boys . . flirt . bib eyes . . . big eater . , Framingham . . . Sher¬ wood . girls. Memories of not knowing ivbat to do next. PETER HENDERSON Sincere , . blonde . . . handsome . ♦ . smart dresser . „ Pond Road . . good student . .. often seen in Wellesley . . . Chevy station wagon , , . Hkcs the girls ... quiet .. . shy . . . nice to know . . . college bound. JUDY HERB " Judy " . . . always has a joke . . . Framingham . . spice ... a good friend . . . bookkeeping . always ready to lend an ear , Gypsy . . ■ drives? „ . . West Coast . . . never stops laughing , . . those eyes! 66 SUMNER HER5EY " Sum " . . 67 . the big S . . those blue eyes . . crowded hospital room . , all scholastic , . Hallo- we en in Holliston . . flirt ♦ . partial to our secretary , , . late for class? . lunch with the girls . . . prep room , . future doctor LESLIE HESCOCK " Le$ " . . bluebird , cowboy hat . . Hyannis . . junior year . , airline lines , . . Plum Island . . . terrific personality . , , wonderful friend . - . jehy beans . Marilyn s plans DAVID HILL ' Dave ' . „ . hot Chevy . . likes girls , good hockey player . . likes to talk . . . good looking . , college bound . . . sports car . hillbilly . . Likes classical music. MARY HTLLERY Ex-Marionite . , . Girl Scouts . . . A F.S, . . working weekends . . . Mt. Washington , . hi long hair . . memorable rings , . . classical music . . droll . . P learn to sing... good student 67 CYNTHIA HILLIARD Art . . . likes to write . . . long walks . . . window painting . . . feline . . . line student . . . green eyes . . talks with her hands . . . wry sense of hu¬ mor . . . Syracuse. STEPHEN HOCHBERG ‘ Ham’ ... the truck . . . Mr. Presi¬ dent . . . speak up . . . speeds . . . where’s the Pontiac ... tea and crumpets . . . sw’eet sister . . . the garden white stones . . . chicken . . . uncles . . . aunts. KAREN HOEY Mona Lisa smile . . . nice clothes . . . quiet . . . YWCA . . . dramatic . . . business service all the way . . . beautiful hair . . . good dancer . . . partial to horses . . . sweet . . . very good listener . . . nice to be with. DANA HOLBROOK " Hoie” . . . little brother . . . the hit and run kid . . . waterskiing . . . Barbara . . . always a joke . . . moonlight swims . . . cinema . . . Oak Street . . . hockey . . . fishing and hunting expert . . . lobsters! 68 1 MARGARET HOLLOWAY " Meg ' " Mag " the perfect maid . . . partial to trombone players . . , beautiful eyes . . + Girl Scours . . Army brat . . , cheerful . , - Lowell Tech . « lovely voice . , . world traveller , t . great friend. ROBERT HOPE Anorhcr of rhe boys from South Natick . . . nice to know . . . pleasant smile . , good disposition . . . one of the gang . . works hard at what¬ ever he does. MARY LOU HOARD Eliza, the third . . . swimming . . . considerate ... the monkey . . ♦ gets lost in a crowd . . makes friends easily , . . likes rehearsals . cute , . - loyal friend. Memories of crooked seams, broken zippers, and bent needles. SUSAN HUGHES " Sue " . . Saturday nights at the movies ... a certain ' 64 grad . . f Lake Webster . ♦ water skiing . , . jig-saw puzzles ... likes pizza . , . plenty of mice . . . Jordan ' s Candy Shop. ELLEN HUMEZ Beautiful hair and eyes . . . church choir . . . Girl Scouts , « , on Ml- Washington . . , primitive jewelry . . . only senior bagpipe player . . , sum¬ mers at Camp Weetemor . . , WXHR . , , Vietnamese daughter. BARBARA HURD Cute . . . vivacious . . . always smit¬ ing . . . future nurses « « , intelligent diets . - . beautiful eyes , . adorable smile « . , East Natick . • a certain someone . . likes everyone , best of luck. 69 BRADLEY HUTCHINS ' ' Brad " . , . " Mouse " . . great tennis player . « sharp dresser . . . good dancer . . a terrific smile , , nice to know , , . loyal class supporter . , . hard worker. JUDITH IGNACIO " Judi” . army interest - - " Bunny H - , . New Year ' s Eve . . , coffeehouses , . . mother image , « Neetega President . . . extra-curricular giant . . . grand smile . . . fine friend . capable executive . . . ambition to swim to Europe! i DONALD HUTCHINS " Dorn " , . . strawberry blond . . . Sun a pec . , water skiing , . . Oak Street Pharmacy . , . scuba diver „ . . partial to ghosts . . . North¬ eastern , . . kind . . generous . • a certain senior . , . fine student . . . nice to know. RICHARD HYNES " Rich , „ fun-loving . . . fun lov¬ ing . « jokes , . , the Cape , . . records girls . neat , . brown Corvair , . good taste in clothes , . . college in Florida » f , good luck. Memories of the cooling rain in the heat of the game. VIRGINIA JNFERRERE U.M.L . . . a well-known flirt - loves to dance . , . knows all the latest . . , quiet until you know her , a real (rend . . , beautiful hair . . ■ wants to bet a teacher , ♦ " What are the words to that new song? " U CAROL JACOBS Dancer , . loves jokes . . . Jordan Marsh Bakery . . bubbling with personality . . . hearty laugh Michigan likes to psychoanalyse friends . . ice cubes ♦ . . good sport. ! 70 I JUDITH JAMES " Jesse ' ' . . , sharpshooter , Rifle Club . . seeing double - . PJ, parries . . . plays guitar all night . . pim , , charades . r . orange necklace , . AwfukAwfuls . . , burned pancakes . . . swimming , . . tennis , . « Peace Corps, HAROLD JENNISON " Buddy , , - levis . . , Bitrcr h $ buddy . , funny boy loves pranks . , . E period . . , long lunch? , . . no cares. GAIL JENSEN Otis - . . champion tennis player . , , Beatles - . . swimming . . . May¬ nard Chevy JJ . , , U.N. Journal . , pizza . . . good friend . fine student ... on the shy side ; . . col¬ lege bound . . . success assured. 71 DOUGLAS JOHNSON ’“Quiet " . shy with girls . . likes all sports , - West Natick . , gray and white Mercury . wants to be a pharmacist . , . best of luck . t . success ahead. ANDREW JONES " Andy " . . , great actor . . . South Pad he . . . My Fair Lady . . . hand some , . . down - ■ - green shirts . , , likes the girls . « sharp dresser . . . teachers pet , . . scooter , , diving acrobats . . nice to know , , service bound. JOHN JORGENSEN " Chris " . quiet . . shy . . beautiful eyes . . . science fair . . . blue Rambler wagon , . platter spinner . . first-class commercial radio-telephone operator ... a good friend to all . . pleasing personality. ROBERT KAHN " Bob ' . . owns stock in Wellesley High . . . friendly . „ . Farm Pond Guard , . wrestling champ , . . liberal arcs major . . sincere friend . . . nice smile . . . great pa! . . . will go far. 72 PAUL KAIZER Hot Ford . . Mr. Lucky . . . crewcut . . . Sellew ' s . . . Casey ' s . . - graceful . - lovable guy - , . better late than never . , . likes jokes , . . has a good collection . . , fine friend. PAUL KAULBACK Quiet . . . wonderful personality . . . double lunches , . . had it with books . . . hates to study . . . yea boys « . . the outdoor type ... no definite plans for the future. MARTHA KEEZER Jolly . . . always bustling around . . . very talented . . outstanding artist . . . good musician - . kind friend . . . works hard at everything she tackles , . » should go far . best of luck. Memories of new additions to the Library . . .hare-raising! SUSAN KEHOE Shy . . . interest at Framingham North ... a future teacher Boston College . . nice voice . . . hairspray . morning chimes . . . friendly , , . wry humor. DANIEL KELLY " Kell " , . likes girls . . . Jones ' ... 45 dub . . very stu dious??. . , . Pepsi . . horror shows . . . accident prone . . . where is he today? . . . never a worry , . . tomorrow- is another day. STEPHEN KELLY " Steve " . , . loyal friend ». . talented musician , . . concert and dance bands . . good student . ■ - tenor saxaphone . - shy . . ■ courteous alw-ays . . - clarinet . , « quiet . . . summers on the Cape . . . plans for college. 73 THOMAS KELLY Sports , . hockey » . quiet , , shy . . always sincere , Dug Pond . early riser . . only drives on Sundays ., . mild-mannered . . doesn ' t get excited easily. DOUGLAS KITTLY ' h Doug " . . .. lazy . . , could be a top student . . likes to have a good time . never a dull moment , . books? homework , . not for Doug. FRIEDA KENNEALY " Skcata , . . Fred . , one of the three , . shoes? . , . terrific per¬ sonality . , . true friend . . . cute - . . pretty smile . . , men from Mars . , . Milford . , . Nan tasker . . . field hockey enthusiast . . . anyone want to dance. Memories WILLIAM KLICKA " Bill 1 , , always smiling . . . King Neptune . . wrestling . , . a certain blonde . . . always happy . r . James Bond , green Chevy , , brainy engineering career. i KATHY KIMBALL " Kath " , ■ , swinging flutist . . . future nurse ... a certain sailor , . , hockey games . , . good dancer . - , clinic aide . . . Maine . . , wants to learn to ski? . , friendly . . . personable. ■ Honorable support. WILLIAM KLOPER " Klope " . . that girl in Puerto Rico ... ' 50 Nash . . . what charm book? . . . the ghost in the senior class parade . . . certain [unior , , that diary . . honest. 74 ROBERT KOFMAN A good friend . . . plays the guitar . , . quiet . , . great fun to be with . . , likes sports ♦ . member of the Dance Band . , . wants to be an engineer . . will go far in his field. SHARRON KRUTE Chicago . . lions . . the three musketeers . . . marble squares . . . chose elbows . . . the novel . . . whip lashes . , . spaghetti . . . friendly . . . Saturday nights . , . Sunday mot nings! DAVID KUPPS 1 Dixie " ' . . , likes sharp clothes , . . likes girU . „ . sports tars . . . very quiet - .. dislikes the East Coast . . . plays guitar . . . California surfer . . T likes to sing - , infectious laugh . » good swimmer , . . off to I.B.M, School. 75 JOAN LANG " Joannic " , , . cheerleader , . small change . - . near and petite . , , nice cloches . . . always has cold feet . . sophisticated . . . bright , . Boston Arena . . . popularity plus . - she ' s an angel ALBERT LAVEZZO " ‘Al h « . . lots of fun . . . different . , . big flirt . . i strange noises . . . friendly . . . not studious ♦ . mischievous , . neat dresser , . , United States Marine Corps in Feb¬ ruary, BEVERLY LAWSON " Bev " . . T hopechest for Christmas . . . ' 54 Chevy . . Class of ‘62 . - Jordan Marsh Company , ♦ . Cape Cod . . . Hampton Beach . . . under¬ standing . . . cute beautiful hair , , . pretty eyes . . loyal friend - hopes to be a secretary. _ 76 t I JACQUELINE LEACH " Cute” ... a certain senior . . . Ashland . . . Corvair . . . Hampton Beach . . . telephone company . . . french fries . . . frappe s . . . speed demon . . . thirteenth row . . . Georgia. ROBERT LEACH " Bo " . . . tiny . . . football . . . quiet? . . . highest-scoring tackle . . . weight lifter . - . seen at billiard rooms . . . not crazy about school . . . never bothers with homework. MARSHA LEAHY " Reddy " . . . certain ice skater . . . downtown . . . future nurse . . . aspires to be a vet . . . red light . . . Storrow Drive . . . loves all animals . . . patient . . . kind . . . pretty . . . nice clothes. Memories of setting up well- balanced diets for lunches. CHARLES LEIGHTON " Choo Choo " . . . quiet . . . football . . summers’ at Kingston . . . large record collection . . . watch out . . . Charlie’s on the road . . . N.H.S. rooter. EDWARD LEMARBRE " Ed " . . . wild driver . . . basketball fan .. . slim . .. reserved .. . modest . . . great wrestler . . . punctual . . . likes to cook . . . enjoys golf . . . wants a career in machines . . . engineering. ROBERT LENTINI Reserved . . . likes sports . . . base¬ ball . . . golf . . . boating . . . fishing . . . big boy . . . accounting school . . . reserved . . . nice smile . . loyal classmate. 77 EDWARD LEONARD ' EcT , 57 Chevy . . . likes girls , , . great talker . . . likes to cut in the lunch line . . always hungry . , Natick Fort! . . . friendly . . . likes to play jokes . , . spark plug wires? DONALD LEONE " Don , . the pilot . . . a certain junior . . . ' 57 Chevy , , . great kid , better friend . . great future in sound effects . . . forestry , . t nice looking , kind manner. Memot passes. JUDSON LEWIS ,r Jud " . , . Mr Collegiate . . some¬ one special to know . , . engineered Halloween night . . friendly . . . folk ballads . , . very much a part of everything . . Pierre ' s host for a year MARY LEWIS T, Mcr " . cute collegiate . . Greek boys ... a friendly smile . .pretty hair . . , good dancer . . . future secretary , little ■ - . always happy . . good luck. JUDITH LESICA " Judy ' ' . . . that day in Boston! . . Lake Scbagn . . . cherry pie . . . East Natick . . . those traffic lights . . . darn straight . last day . - . muddy black coffee . « real brain. ies of forged library KAREN LINTON Sweet . « ♦ pretty blond Wellesley Inn . ♦ nice smile . . always ladylike . . . future teacher or nurse? , . kind . willing worker. 78 STACEY LlPKA Half pint . . . beautiful hair , . nice smile . , - note writer . - - friendly . . cute nose . , . one shoe on. one shoe ofl . . . good things come in small packages. GAIL LIFOFSKY " Gsthey " . Wilma . , a rain drop hit me • Nantasket . „ , surf . . Univ. of Massachusetts . . trom¬ bones . . - centrifucal force . . New Year ' s Eve . . school Jays ate almost over at N.H.S. CAROL LISKA Shy? , . idealist . light blonde hair . , , loves to ski ■ . . daydreams . . . loves New York . . . sentimental . . , hates horror movies . . future nurse , . - patient . , kind , , thoughtful i T JUDITH LITCHFIELD " Ljtch " . team room bubbles . . . always talking . . . worst driver . . . dramatic « . . biology . . „ good student , , . enthusiastic rooter for all sports . . pretty . . . friendly. 79 MARY LITTLEFIELD " Spike” . . . eat s anything P . . hates dancing . . . accident prone « . giggles . . , Monday nights . . . lamps for sale . . old-time cars . . . mountain climbing , . . Newton . , . a real friend. JAMES LITTLETON Runs . . runs « , and keeps running . . . great track man . . likes French? . . . youJl never find a more loyal friend . . , always eating . . fun on the Cape . . good student . , , loves sports , . friendly guy. RICHARD LONG “Shortic " , „ . a certain junior . . quiet . , « golf , , , grey hairs at eighteen . . Ken ' s . . . Hallo Wen . . really sincere . , . great kid. 80 PETER LUNSFORD Hockey . ■ Walpole . - little cars , - ■ guitars at half price . . , brotherly love . . . three-day weekends . . hot Renault ... shotgun Pete . , . the hunter . track practice? JOHN LUTTRELL ' ' Jack " . . . Beacon Hill initials . . card games ... no gusta espantd . , basketball . . party in Way land . . horseback rides at midnight . . fire tower h • . a future engineer. JEFFREY LYONS " Jeff " ♦ « likes cars . girls . jokes , , . personality , , , drives a White Rambler , . . accident prone . . . a certain junior . . • mischief maker , never worries. Memories of an equipment shortage uniting a team. william Macdonald Bill " . ■ , Wellesley Inn . . . billiards . . , shop . , ♦ loves music - . . parties . , , girls . . . double lunches . . . loud pipes . . . doesn ' t take school too seriously donna Maclean " Cede " . . . " Mac " . « flirt . . good sense of humor . ♦ . giggles . . New Hampshire . . midnight splash . „ , ' 56 Chevy , , . sun glasses . . . personality . . . good umes . « many friends . . lots of luck. NANCY MacPHERSON " Buckwheat” . . dimples . , , great sense of humor , , another sweater? . . submarine sandwiches . . Humarock ■ , . Anderson Park . . . friendly . . . loyal classmate .. . . happy days ahead. 81 PETER MANDEL5 " Pete 1 ' . , . bottle caps . . . Canada . . . Maine . . skiing . . snap bo t races . , . shy . • , dancing . . . wrest ' ling practice . ■ . great kid , . fun to be with . , , college bound - . , good luck. JOSEPH MALEIC " Joe " . . . quiet , . girl shy . . . one of the West Natick boys . . - motor scooter . . . likes ro ski . , , Anderson Little . . , fast driver . . Wentworth in the fall. ELEANOR MALtCK Conscientious . . . innocent questions . « . the singing driver . , , those wild stockings . . talks with her hands . big brown eyes - , . shy « . likes to study . . . that laugh . . college bound . . . will make a great teacher. Memories of field trips, lecturers and club meetings. THOMAS MANDINO " Benny " , , . Tom ... a certain sopohomore . . . good dresser . always a Joke . . turkey . , . Hamp¬ ton Beach . , - good singer ■ . Kemp ' s , . . plans to travel . likes aliases . . . not too studious. LEWIS MANN " Lewiw-Lewiw " . . . Zayres . . . big brown eyes . . lev is . , . private party . . . sharp dresser . . . girls . . TV . . . informal classes . . , parties , . always a wise crack . . . mouse. 82 VIRGINIA MARATHAS “Ginny " . " Mamchcvieh”. . , great MARC MANSON Quiet . . . likes girls , , . cars . , , money . . happy-go-lucky , , , nice voice . . , likes to sing . . . his grey monster . . . " FriendJyV . . . joined us senior year . , . best of luck. music lover . . , those expressions! , . , summers at Martha’s Vineyard . . . such long hair . - great pal . . , romantic , . . keep smiling . . loves stuffed animals . . Maria, BETSY MARKLE ' Bets” , . . interests in Connecticut . . . future social worker , , , headed for Simmons . - , literary magazine editor . « madras . . loafers - dreams . . . poised - . neat ... a hard worker . « , likes to study. 83 RICHARD MARTIN " Martian’’ . . . that horse bite? . . . magic marker . . . gym . . . quick wit . . . summers in N. H. . . , ski enthusiast . . . little green moving machine. CARL MASON " Masc” ... 45 Club ... the apart¬ ment . . . dancer . . . green Opal . . . David’s moods . . . learned the hard way . . . could be a fine student . . . wants to go to college. JOHN MASTRO Triple lunches . . . great musician . . . trumpet . . . saxophone . . . clarinet . . . girls . . . girls . . . curly eyelashes ... 55 Dodge . . . certain senior . . . plans for the navy . . . band, maybe? 84 BONNIE MAXWELL Precious . . . sentimental . . . pretty . . . many loves ... a special angel . . . sincere .. . generous . . . beautiful hair . . . flirt . . . white roses . . . loves blue . . . understanding . . . w ' armth in her smile. linda McAllister Pretty . . . smart . . . blond . . . nice smile . . . lovely clothes . . . talented . . . many friends . . . future nurse . . . kind ... a certain senior . . . good luck. ROBERT McAVEY " Bob " . . . prankster . . . gay . . . laughs heartily . . . likes to tinker around cars . . . likes music . . . dancer . . . study periods? . . . lunch time? . . . good friend. Memories of the deep rich aroma of that Colombian coffee. JUDITH MCCARTHY " Judi " . . . cute . . . flirt . . . beautiful clothes . . . always walking . . . loves to cat . . . full of fun . . . wants to be a detective . . . smoking? . . . not too fond of the books. CAROLE MCCLURE Everyone ' s friend . . . always a ready smile . . . pretty hair and eyes . . . Rick . . . wedding bells .. . trips to Marlboro . . . exchanging jokes . . . a certain friend . . . sincere . . . contagious laugh . . . much happiness to you. BRUCE McCORMACK " Moose " . . . deep blue eyes . . . sharp dresser . . . that suede jacket . . . likes to drive Srudebakers . . . parties . . . likes a laugh . . . full of tall stories . . . good company. 85 JANIS MCDONALD " Jan " . . . Ion hair . . . petite . . . loves to dance . . . many friends . . . Thursday nights ... a Jan-ette . . . one of five . . . tiny, but mighty . . . great pal . . . sense of humor. I KATHERINE MCDONOUGH " Katie " . . . pink aide . . . contagious laugh . . . Falcon . . . Alvin . . . long hair cuts .. . crazy jokes . . . Willie . . . loyal friend . . . cheese sand¬ wiches . . . great person to know. DAVID McEACHERN Annie Oakley’s man . . . draft board . . . folk music . . . snow . . . foot long cigar . . . skiing . . . wrestling . . . first and last straw . . friendly . . . curious . . . good fun . . . great pal. Memories of not alivays paying attention to the hooks. PAUL McGOWAN Deadwood Club . . . many clothes . . . tremtones ... a certain red flower . . . thrifty . . . " Butch " . . . mahogany shoes . . . individualist . . . bachelor . . . guitar . . . spic and span . . . Northeastern bound. MARCIA MCGRATH " Marsh” . . . intellectual . . . pretty eyes . . . remember the Carousel . . . friendly . . . intelligent . . . always busy . . . loyal supporter . . . studious . . . dimples . . . beautiful smile . . - neat . . . future teacher . . . sense of humor. JAMES MCHUGH Hot-rodder . . . likes sports . . . good mechanic . . . likes to work around cars . . . good kid . . . loyal class¬ mates . . . some artistic talent . . . plans to join the air force . . . good luck. 86 GREGORY MCKEOWN " Greg . . quiet . . . good friend . . . -sincere . . . a certain junior . . . loves sports . . hopes to go to New¬ man Prep . then ro col lege . . rhen be a teacher . . best of luck. EDWARD McNEILL " Eddie " . . . good looking . - killer . . javelin . , , shy . . . quiet . . . flirt . . outdoor man . , skiing . . . party man . . ambition ro graduate . , . a walk in the woods . . a friend in need? i JANE McNICHOLS " Janey " . , . school spirit plus . . Horseneck Beach . , burn much? . . . beautiful hair . . , a friendly word ... a big smile . . . college bound , , , wants to teach ■ - . best of luck. DEANE Me ROBERT A certain sophomore . . . Latin lover . . . sweetooth . - candy , . bowling matches , . . great friend . . . future history teacher . . . nice guy . . . great pal . . . sincere . , , likes baseball. 87 ■ 1 CYNTHIA MEADE " Cin " . . , laves to cause trouble . « . Hampton Beach . , . Friday paper route . , hairdressing school . . . dislikes school . . , never shy . . . gymnastic talent . . - army. MARY MERCER " Mar” . . one of the five ► . , gym . . shy . . , true friend , . . great arhlete . . . Thursday nights . , St. Patrick ' s Day Parade . . . likes bowl ing . . . rides . . . Peg’s car . good luck. KATHLEEN MELCHIORRI " Kathy ” , . . beautiful smile . . . hockey „ . likes mosquitoes . . blond for a night . . . big brown eyes . . . forever faithful r . . attractive . . . concern for all . . . wonderful friend. 0 LAURA MELCHIORRI 1 ' Laurie’ . . short but sweet . . . adorable smile , . . never stops talk¬ ing . . ♦ loves school . . Howard Johnson’s . . - wedding bells . . . happiness ahead . . . good luck. 88 MARGARET MERCHANT " Margo " . . always a smile , . , clothes . . . beautiful eyes . . , 57 different hairdos , sincere . , cautious driver? . , . wild parties . . flirtatious , , popular , . . a great dancer . . , school? BONNEY MEYER " Bon " . . . always smiling . , . future nurse . , . neat dresser . . . burns up the course . . . loves it . . . flirt . . petite? . . . skiing . , . the Cape , . . lots of fun to be with . , best of everything. LINDA MILLEN " Lyn , . . crash . . . tiger earmuffs .. cute . . miniature golf pro . . , good sense of humor , , . Girl Scout . . . a day in court . . . dimples - - . Sunday School teacher future nurse. Memories of freed parakeets and missing mice. DAVID MISCIA " Dave " . 58 Ford , . . parking in Boston? . . , always a laugh , , . loves Italian jokes . , . baseball . . , forceful cafeteria marshal , . . loyal class supporter . . good luck. THOMAS MITCHAM ' Toro . . lots of talent on the piano . blushes . . • wonderful friend , willing worker . . . future teacher . . - nice smile . . , East Natick . . , off to teachers’ college. JANE MITCHELL 4T Jai " . petite , , loves horror movies . - always talking . . pretty eyes . « . partial to Ohio _ , . great memory? . , , good narured . , sentimental . . . horseback ride in Arizona mountains . . wonderful times in Europe . , . a future nurse. r 1 89 DONALD MlTRANO Likes cars ... a certain senior girl . . head usher at Cinema El « . , cube . . . nice smile . . , curly hair , , ' 57 Olds . . , friendly . . quiet. DOUGLAS MOORE " Doug . , great cross-country cap¬ tain . . . Tennessee? . . , blue Corvair . t . the limp . . , wants to be a National Park ranger . . Utah State , . Quahbin Reservoir? . , . KATHLEEN MONTGOMERY " Kathie . . . certain B,U. student . » , loves cats - . horror movies - . , wierd music . . . anyone find a pair of glasses? . . . always broke . . . great friend . . . full of fun. THOMAS MONTGOMERY " Tom ' ... the other traveler . , , a certain sandwich . . , Happy New Year , . enry Iggim . , . great talent . . . Spanish . , . motor scooter co-pilot . . great personality , . . loyal friend. Memories of sitting in class; waiting, waiting, waiting, waiting . , . JAMES MORASH " The Mover + . . should go far . . - the big caddy . . . una experiencia unica . . . nice guy . . . quiet ... re¬ served . ■ . subtle sense of humor ... off to college. STEPHEN MOREA " Steve " . . . always clowning . , . fine friend . . , great organizer . . . likes to spread book bindings . . . the water cooler . . . always ahead. 90 PAUL MORGAN " Norton " . , . a certain cheerleader . . . Auld Lang Synge " . . . lots of laughs , . . little green beany . . . 45 Club . . witty . , . quiet . . - soft- spoken . . not a great worker nice guy. CAROL MORRIS Does she or doesn ' t she? . . . Hamp¬ ton Beach . „ ■ Ken ' s a certain boy . . , Harry ' s . likes red Cor¬ vettes . . , ' 55 Chevy . . beautiful eyes . . giggles . . . nice friend. ULLAINEE MORRIS " Loinee” . ► those jokes . . « petite . . . pretty . . . Wentworth . , Froggie . . . Santa Claus . those pot holders , . . peanuts . . beautiful hair . . , contagious laugh . . un¬ selfish . . , a truly fine friend. . LINDA MORRISSEY " Lynn " . . . big brother . . - the attorney . » . Halloween . - . red lipstick . . , Jong talks . - ■ letters from Springfield . . . Merle . . . vivacious . . . cheerleader without a voice . . . those tonsils . . - fun . , . fun . . , fun. 91 ' A i y PATRICIA MORSE " Pat " . . . everybody ' s friend . . . black Olds . , . rhe makeup supplier ♦ i . natural curly hair . + grand en¬ trances . . devoted pal . . . lobster . + . Monucdlo . . . party lover. RICHARD MORSE " Dick " 1 „ . . round ping pong rable . . . shy , .quiet . . . reserved - , blushes easily . , , hard worker . . . loyal friend ♦ . . college bound . . . best of luck. MBki E 9py MARGARET MURPHY " Peggy " . . . Thursday nights . . a friend to those who know her . . . white Olds ... a great dancer - . always found in gym „ , . basketball captain ski trips . „ . college bound. Memories of welcoming a new Exchange Student, DONALD NARDO “Don " . , great actor . . . real voice . . . starred in Blithe Spirit . , . Colonel Pickering in " My Fair Lady " . . . a good student . . . wonderful personality . . , handsome , . friendly , . , real worker for all causes . . . popular. ROBERT NATION " Rob " . . blue Ford . « . needs to gain Weight . - , muscles . . . Nantasket . . . complete down , . , shadow « . . trouble . , . pumpkin . . . one of the boys ... not a cart- in the world JOYCE NAYLOR Basketball . . . North Natick . . , french fries and pizza . . sleeping . . , quiet , . . loyal friend , , . White Horse Beach , . hard worker . , . Boston . . . pet mice . . . bowling . . . success ahead. 92 SANDRA NEUS ’’Sandi 11 . . . modeling . , , novelist . - . Saturday night . , dog . . convention . . . hen party . . Unde Z , . . Rambler on cold mornings . accidcm prone . , . Friday nighr at the movies . . good smdcnr , . fine friend. DONALD NICHOLSON " Big Swede ' 1 . . . the economy size . . remember the Olds . . . Howard Johnson special , , . a good kid . . . hates homework . . . school ... tall . . . neat . . . good luck, Don. RONALD NICtCLES Skiing . . . Wallaces . , , Namasker . . . February in New- Hampshire . . „ good dancer? . Pond Road . , . ‘57 Ford . . First National , , « Wentworth bound ... lots of luck and of Cinema 1 in A-106. RALPH NILES Rill . . . ice house . . Chicago Marsha . , interest In nurse trainees , Charles River Country Club . . skiing . gulf . . - foot¬ ball , . locker room , summers in Maine . , Wesfboro . New- York City, anyone? GEORGE NIMS " Nimbo " . . chrome goodies on his ‘57 Ford . . . likes bowling . a great kill .., . not crazy about school . . could be tops with very little effort , good luck. JOSEPH NISH AN! AN ’Joe” . . big flirt . , talk . , . talk . . . loves to dance . . „ laughs like Bozo - . . crash big clowm , , . nice smile - . , gotxl looking . . . very friendly . . track . . broad jumper . college bound. 93 LEO NOLAN Chess Club . . . Frannie - , smart . , freckles . . likes money . . tennis . . curly hair . . , deep thinker . . . French Lib . , Leo the LionhetrtetL JAMES NOLLMAN ' Nolly ' , . " Maurice ' . , , mandolin blues . . . Connecticut . . , parries at Newport Jazz Festival . dates? 1 . , . boots . . - shirrs , . . Professor Doolittle . - college bound , . . best of luck to a good friend. PATRICIA NOONE " Irish” , . red hair . . green eyes . . . basketball games . . . skating at M.l.T. . . New Hampshire . . . cherry-vanilla ice cream . . , B.C mixers , . . fun to be with , . . likes people . . friendly. Memories of paying the last $12.00 of class dues . . . LAWRENCE OBER " Larry” . , . photographer of excel¬ lence ■ ■ . The Unicorn . , that guitar , . . dresser . . . the man with the briefcase . . , bullet . . , crow . . . wit of the Omar group . . . ' Lawrence of Nefaria " , DAVID O ' BRIEN A good friend to those who know him . . . Wentworth in the fall . likes hockey - tennis . . . hopes to be an engineer . . , New Hampshire m summer « • . great kidder . , pleasant to be with. SUSAN O ' HARA " Elvira” . . . Massachusetts General . , . sings a little . . .ski enthusiast . . , likes waterskiing too „ . . partial to strawberry blondes , . . Nicky . . . Falmouth . . Spanish, anybody? . . mostly in left field bur some¬ times by the backstop. t 94 MARGARET OKUN " ' Meg " . , Unicorn . . 47 . » guitar . - . excellent student . . . guitar . . . piano . . , Kens . . . coffee , . in¬ telligent longhair - , exquisite teeth . , . mysterious . , . unique - . art , . , sandals , . freedom songs . « , a terrain senior boy. RICHARD OMERSO ‘ " Dick " , . midnight watches . • golf . . . great sense of humor . . ■ personality . . flits around , , dirt . card games . . , excellent at billiards . . , likes sports. on the last day of school! ROBERT ORMOND Came to us from Marion High in his senior year . . . great personality . . . fine friend , . . good mixer . likes the girls . . . interested in sporrs . . . college bound . good luck. CHERYL PAINE “Sherry " . . . Nantssket Beach , . . bewitched . . . Framingham . , . never a frown . . . parties , . , friends ... flirt .. . that Cleopatra look . . . Wednesday nights? 95 i l 1 ROSE ONORATO " Rosie " , . . air force « . cute . - nice dresser . good personality . Italian food . . hates to go shopping . . , toothaches . • rhe bad news kid . . hates boots . . . letters , . excuses ... a certain boy . . . hopes to work in a bank. JANICE PAPA “Jan " pretty brown eyes , . . Natick Federal . . never on time . . a certain senior . - cinema weekends . . , clothes galore . . . loves sweaters ... blue « . . Duxbury , » , locker buddy . smile for all . . . always talking , . . future secretary. SUSAN PAQUETTE Personality plus . . likes to cat . . . neat dresser . . . believes in a good time , . , many boy friends , . . wants to be a hairdresser . . nice style . ■ . good friend. PATRICIA PARRA " Patty . , . ready for every good time . . . cars . . . Watland . . . army interest - . . mailmen . , different excuses . . . great summers . . Hampton Beach . , , telephoning , . . great person to be with. WILLIAM PENSWICK " pud " , . . sweaters » . , eight ball « . the thumb . . . Sellew ' s , great tease . usually seen with a sailor , . . the missing jacket . . Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Memories of those half days of school . . . ROBERT PERREIRA " Bob " . . . crash , , . Olds . . . muscles . . , certain sophomore . . . football „ i baseball « . , hockey , . . likes a good time . . , green eyes ... a warm smile ... a true friend to ail. JEAN PETERSON Neat , . . efficient , . California . . . Florida . . . Canada , . lost in Boston . , . beautiful hair . . great student . „ will make a terrific Math teacher. LINDA PETERSON " Lynn " . . . cute . . blonde hair . . . scads of clothes . , . giggles . . sweet , . . New Yearns Eve . . . cinema . . . Galaxy , , . crash , . personality plus . , . always happy . . ■ nice to know. 96 LORRAINE PETERSON Intelligent . , . beautiful hair , , very smart dresser . lovely eyes . . . food . . sports fan . . , true friend , . - a kind word always ♦ . poise . . „ sophisticated , , great things in store for her STEPHEN PHILLIPS “Philly " - . . Brookline ... a future engineer . , . sincere . , . math whiz , . . one girl . . , golf team . - . ice cream maker . . hard worker , , nice guy . » . great sport, 0 MAUREEN PICARD Moc M . , , what dies? , . speedy . . . nor crazy about math , . . future nurse . . swimming , . water skiing . ■ . complaints . , , clinic devotee. devoted to books during midyears and finals. GAiL PORTER Likeable . , . good friend , . , diet, anyone? . . , bare feet . . . mud puddles . . . loves folk music . . good student . . „ University of Maryland . , . success ahead. f MICHAEL PORTER “Mic ' - , , likes to dance . . . down . „ , hot rods . , . sincere , . . track . , , Sanford, Maine . , . likes a good time . . . California . , . swimming . . . skiing . « . scuba diving. VALERIE POULIOT Keen sense of humor , . , hard to know , . . slow smile , , , quiet . shy . , „ sympathetic . . . Newton . . . likes rhe boys . . . flirt . . , good friend . . nice thinks come in small packages. r 97 LAWRENCE POWERS " Larr " . . . likes the guitar . . . 56 Pontiac ... the Cape . . . loves to sleep . . . nice clothes . . . always late . . . likes a good time . . . Ash¬ land . . . fun . . . food . . . pals. MICHAELE POWERS Mickey . . . vivacious personality . . . Hallowe ' en at Hopkinton . . . in¬ fectious laugh . . . Pier 4 . . . parties . . . likes crowds . . . not too serious about school work . . . willing worker . . . active in all class activities. CHRISTOPHER PRATT Tall . . . likes the girls . . . sports cars . . . politics . . . outspoken . . . fast dancing . . . Governor ' s Ball . . . Northeastern . . . Tilton, N. H. . . good kid . . . crazy-acting at times. Memories of the spirited rallies every Friday afternoon. MERT PRINCE Hockey . . . Loring Arena . . . tremendous school spirit . . . sociable . . . beautiful eyes . . . artistic talent . . . black Ford . . . good friend. PETER PRIOR " Pete " . . . allergic to studying . . . friendly . . . nice smile . . . lots of girls . . . likes football . . . detentions ... not crazy about school. MARILYN PUPA " Melon " . . . organizer . . . Music Box . . . Florida trips . . . airline hostess . . . fire crackers at dawn . . . camera shots . . . great driver . . . many friends . . . Hampton Beach • . . germs. 98 CLARK PUTNAM Bruins fan . . Blue VW . . ukra- brain . . . Sunday mornings - . Wellesley College . . . prospective physiologist . . B C. hopes . . . French food . . hockey . reading « science . . arts and crafts ROBERTA QUIGLEY " ' Berta ' . . jolly nice smile . contagious laugh . the beach . . boy friends . school . , sports . . friends. and of clockwatching for three hours for a two-minute lunch. RICHARD RAY ”RJch " , , Intelligence . . . stage¬ craft . . quotes from Aristotle , Richard shirt . , Metaphysics . sailing . .skiing . . . Hawaii . . Aloha . . University ' of Oregon . . , political science , . triangle champ . . ■ Hallelujah! LINDA REED " Lynn ' ’ . . . Nonheasten . . . skating . partial to hockey . . . beautiful clothes . outstanding personality .. New Hampshire - . . coboganning . likes to eat . charm bracelet . . water skiing . Yo Yo group. MARK RAIDER " Marcus " . . Mr. Lieutenant . „ , senior breakfast party . , King Flapjack . . Halloween . Hop- kimon - . Haunted House . Ski trips , . unbelievable . pro water skier . . . wrestling practice Cape Cod . . . Falmouth . . Thanks¬ giving . , . dependable . , . Bookstore . truly served N.H.S and Class of ' 63 MARY RICHARDS Boo Boom . . . French , Swan Lake . excellent swimmer , likes to teach . beautiful eyes . adores receding hairline , ■ blue eyes . . a wonderful friend . , . world ' s greatest speller? . . Jordan ' s . , . college bound 99 PHILIP RINEHART ' Phil " . . , ' ' Rhino’ . - 45 Club . . . blue Pontiac , . tusk . . . marines . . . trips to Maryland , . . Davids mood one of the righteous brothers . . . let ' s have a sunrise party . , chaperones his sister on dates. WENDELL RIZZO " Wen ' ’ . . . somebody named Elvis . , . gymnastics . . . Thursday nights . . . dig the Kingsmen . . . Beatlc boots , , . friendly . . first lunch „ , . well liked , . . likes to dance . . , college bound. t DIANE ROACH " DP . . . member of the elite senate ... a laugh a minute - , . hot dogs at Yankee Stadium . - . Winnie the Pooh . . . smartl . . future teacher ■ ■ scholarship for next year . . . nice smile. Memories of painting the ice house, KATHLEEN ROBBINS " Kathy ' ' . . . North Natick . . witty . . cake decorator . . future teacher • . , sports enthusiast . . . many friends . . artistic „ . . many brothers . . . Needham . , . French . . . that ski show . . . Boston Com¬ mon Garage , « . determined , . . college bound . . . good luck . • will be a success. MARIE ROBERTS Often seen in Boston . . . panels . . . ' My Fair Lady " . . . Rainbow . . . Suffolk Univ. ■ . writing a book , . . singing in the corridors . . Cackle Club . . . yearns for a guitar . . , ambush . . . frlendJy smile . , . twinkling eyes . , , talented. PAUL ROBINSON " Robbie” . . . super-athlete . . . president of the 45 Club , . Trent- tones . . . summers on Martha ' s Vinyeard . , . winters in N.Y,C . . interest in Ashland . . . loves Spanish . « . bright future in athletics. 100 CATHERINE ROSS " Cathie’’ - , . cute - petite . . . true friend . . . personality plus . , sense of humor ... a. certain senior , . shorthand , , . baji plane , . , Cape weekends . . telephonies , . . ' 57 Ford , . . best of luck. GLADYS ROUSSEAU Quiet . „ « always eating . . . a certain senior bcjy . . . nice eyes . neat dresser . , , glasses . . . always com plaining . . . enters a conversation when irs over . . . sister . ♦ ■ drug store . pla ns to be a hairdresser. JANET ROUSSEAU Pretty face ♦ . . happy smile . . long hair . . interest in the air force . wedding bells . . . Germany . , . Mono . . soda jerk . . . letters . . loyal friend ♦ . . never sets her hair . , . stories? , . . best of luck and of luxurious white Gym towels. JOHN ROWAN Talk much? . . freckles . . intelli¬ gent . . plans to attend Boston College „ , industrious . , . happy- go-lucky . , nice guy , . . best of luck. D2INTARS ROZITIS " DZtnt " , , . hydroplane . . . hockey enthusiast , . green eyes , , beat locker?? , . cashmere scarf , never without a joke . . tremendous person . . . has a way with teachers. BRENDA RUNDGREN " Bren " . , very athletic - . G.A.A. ski trip . . Me, drive? , . , New Hampshire trip . - Lake Cochituatc skating . . . Thursday nights . . lots of personality . . a wonderful person to know-. 101 KATHRYN RYAN " Katie” ... a friend to everyone . . . pretty hair . . . nice smile . . . prefers Wellesley to Natick . . . parties . . . great personality . . . Wayland .. . Needham . .. telephone conversations . . . fell up stairs . . . big plans for the future. RICHARD SAWYER " Rick " . . . quiet . . . Illinois . . . East Natick . . . Reserved parking signs . . . often seen backstage . . . four keys . . . tiger . . . man with the money . . . immaculate car . . . chief illumination technician . . . tech drawing genius. DOROTHY SAVIANO " Dottic " . . . blue eyes . . . vivacious . . . neat dancer .. . pert . . . haunted house . . . personality . . . future shorthand teacher - . . liked by all . . . great supporter of N.H.S. . . . sports her meat ... a true friend twin cousin . . . lovely smile . . . freckles . . . sure to succeed. Memories of the Midnight Masquerade ... ELLEN SCHEIDERMAN " El " . . . math help anyone? . . . three on the column . . . extra thoughtfulness for everyone . . . sparkling blond hair . . . quiet lunches? . . . effervescent laughter . . . Swiss rock . . - Marathon days . . . always willing to give rather than receive . . . our Ellen. KAREN SAUNDERS Blushes easily . . . Cape Cod sum¬ mers . . . letters from England . . . two voices? . . . Bermuda . . . beautiful jewelry . . . blond hair . . . great story teller . . . loves to eat . . . chocolate . . . laughs easily . . . special education . . . " Be good " . ROY SCHNEIDER South Natick .. . Hey! ... loves little parties . . . great personality . . . big tease . . . never worries . . . always full of fun . . . loves to eat . . . everybody ' s friend . . . likes to give oral talks . . . always talking . . ✓ he only looks shy. 102 MARGARET SCHULMAN " Margot” . . . folk singer . . . hot ticket . . . Goya guitar . . . certain birthday part . . . future actress? . . . the Beatles . . . shindig . . . talent show . . . flute . . . jeans . . . jerseys . . . fantastic! . . . " Magi " . . . lawn parties . . . earrings. from horror show to Prom. ANNE SEERY " Moose " . . . " Zap " . . . Beatlc . . . appendix . . . always late . . . loves to talk . . . beautiful clothes . . . warm, sincere smile . . . great personality . . . big browm eyes . . . friendly . . . dependable . . . wonder¬ ful friend. i V I CATHRYN SCHULTZ " Cathy " . . . that hairpiece! ... al¬ ways a good laugh . . . Cape Cod trips . . . svater skiing . . . sports cars . . . chocolate sundae . . . six-fingered guitarist . . . Otis Airforce Base . . . trips to the drug store. BURTON SHARFF " Burt " . . . loves Spanish . . . blue Tempest . . . the purple clock . . . girls . . . friendly . . nice smile . . . certain junior . . . likes to clown . . . good looking ... off to Dean . . . best of luck. PAUL SCHWARTZ Paul . . . all-round athlete . . . baseball . . . track . . . modest . . . short, dark and handsome . . . from New Jersey . . - true friend . . . pharmacist . . . sincere . . . guitarist? . . . future agricultural engineer. MARILYN SHEEHAN " Lynn " . . . neat . . . smart clothes . . . quiet? . . . friendly smile . . - beautiful blue eyes . . . true friend¬ ship . . . ambitious . . . considerate . . . capable . . . sense of humor . . . red lights . . . future secretary. 103 STEPHEN SHIND " Stevie ... 55 red Ford . . . trips to Arlington . . . Nantaskct . . . crazy laugh . . . bus boy . . . studious? . . . absent minded . . . one of the Moon Men . . . never well organized . . . merry ... no worries . . . good friend. MARTIN SIEGEL " Marty " . . talks with his hands . . . gum . . . that trip to New Jersey! . . . personality . . . apricots . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . scooter at the Cape . . . many admirers . . . very persuasive . . . will go far. FRANCIS SIMS Plays a mean guitar . . . one of the few- . . . the Head . . . Red Rose . . . noted for breaking strings . . . saddle shoes . . . Norw’ood . . . Pro¬ fessional Business Men’s Club . . . seldom studies . . . easy-going. Memories of days when language and science labs, were missed. NORMAN SIMS " Bud " . . . seen at China Sails . . . a certain junior . . . Saturday nights . . . Chief’s Chevy . . . Max the Mad . . . " Punchy " . . . good friend . . . lots of luck. DONNA SINCLAIR " Georgia " . . . army interest . . . Rainbow’ . . . Maine for the summers . . . planned vacations . . . chemistry whiz . . . lunch ... if you can’t come, please call . . . friendly . . . vivacious . . . good sport. MORGAN SINCOCK Efficient . . . great salesman . . . loyal supporter of our class . . . quiet . . . shy at times . . . good student ... dry sense of humor . . . many friends . . . hides his talents . . . good luck. 104 MICHAEL SISSENWINE Chemistry’ Science Fair winner . . . Physicist? . . . Pharmacist . . . fast boat . . . skiing enthusiast . . . hockey . . . swimming . . . boating . . . ping- pong . . . volleyball . . . success is yours, Mike . . . good luck. DENNIS SLACK A real friend . . . character . . . saxo¬ phonist . . . good worker . . . cheerful personality . . . interesting . . . switch¬ blade? . . . who broke the collarbone? . . . why Framingham? . . . good luck. of windows plastered with posters. MARJORIE SMITH ' Marge’ . . . one of the Smiths . . . always gay . . . never discouraged ... a willing worker . . . loyal classmate . . . best of luck. WILLIAM SMITH Honor Society President . . . intelli¬ gent . . . scholarly . . . aloof ... re¬ served ... a good friend ... a cer¬ tain quiet charm . . . speaks only when there is something worthwhile to be said . . . will go far. I GLADYS SMITH Engaged . . . beauitful hair . . . nice clothes . . . likes to talk . . . great sense of humor . . . outstanding homemaking student . . . likes to cook . . . fast thinker . . . never heard of homework . . . study? . . . Who? . . . Not me. DONALD SNELL " Donnie . . . always a laugh . . . sincere . . . petunia . . . basketball practices ... a flirt . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . loves that basketball team . . . cafeteria marshall . . . forever a word of confidence. 105 I SUSAN SNELL " Susie” . . . roller skating . . . sailing . . . New Bedford . . . singing in the halls . . . shy? . . . Comet . . . loves people . . . super ticket seller ... al¬ ways ready to lend a hand . . . likes everyone all the time. JOYCE SOHASKY Collegiate plus . . . intelligent . . . beautiful hair ... big brown eyes . . . suddenly last summer . . . navy pen pal . . . that uncurly permanent . . . nice clothes . . .ice skating . . . tele¬ phonies . . . trips to the Cape . . . college bound . . . good luck. MARY SOUZA " Scrooge” . . . Fclchville ... a true friend . . . sense of humor . . . partial to sailors . . . always seen in the li¬ brary .. . Woburn . . . consumer edu¬ cation . . . I.B.M. School . . . good luck. Memories of Baystate Champs, in football, ROBERT SPEKMAN “Spcks " . . . that scooter down on the Cape . . . last night at camp . . . haunted house . . . wrestling team . . . moonlight missions . . . great guy . . . good friend . . . easy to get along with. JAMES SPURLING " Jim " ... a certain sophomore . . . nice to know . . . Nantasket trips . . . Chevy . . . many friends . . . call to California . . . swimming at Welles¬ ley College . . . big flirt .. . track . . . Volkswagon . . . hopes to continue his education. CHARLENE STACY " Charley” . . . cute . . . friendly . . . nice eyes . . . loves clothes . . . Cali¬ fornia or bust . . . three years . . . the mail ... a certain blue sweater . . . pretty hair . . . quiet . . . shoes . . . surfing. 106 HOWARD STEINBERG " Howie " . . . would like to sec Eu¬ rope and Israel . . . book of computa¬ tions . . . avid sports fan . . . New York this summer . . . math ... ad¬ mires loyalty and integrity . . . flashy red Mustang . . . interested in law ... Northwestern. RONALD STEPHENSON " Ron " . . . skuba diving . . . often seen in N. Y. . . . water skiing en¬ thusiast . . . that Saturday test . . . just made the game ... no more hurdling . . . sails . . . new boat . . . discus . . . bowling . . . pool ... the Yankees. and a repeat in baseball. i RICHARD STEVENS Tall . . . dark . . . handsome . . . Java man . . . often seen with Java team . . . quiet . . . serious . . . a certain interest . . . Ashland cops? . . . Falcon . . . sense of humor sel¬ dom displays . . . good friend. BARBARA STEWART " Little One " . . . " Bubbles " . . . cute . . . very’ intelligent . . . soft spoken . . . trips to N. Y. ... a future nurse . . . Morse Institute . . . homework done? . . . GEORGE STEVENS Serious . . . loyal friend . . . trips to Nantasket ... a borrowed car . . . card games . . . shy . . . girls . . . not crazy about school . . . frogman in pool . . . Wellesley College . . .Cali¬ fornia interests. EDWARD STOCKWELL " Ed " . . . intellect . . . that brown sweater . . . Stock . . . quiet . . . well- liked . . . smiles . . . likes the Cape . . . wry humor . . . Mr. Ed . . . loyal friend. 107 DENNIS STODDARD " Stot " . . indoor track . . . speedster , , business law . - , smart person . » . South Natick . . hard worker . . . good looking . . friendly ♦ » curls! . CAROLYN STUART Carol , . quiet until you know her . r . always running out of gas - , toboganning , . . water skiing sum¬ mers in Maine , . . Cambridge School . . . curly hair? . . . Cape Cod . . Rochester, N. H. . . day trips to NYC . . . motor scooter trip on Mar¬ tha s Vineyard . . . chocolate bars. Memories stairways, BARBARA SWANSON " Barb " , , . cute . , , innocent , . sweet . . . dance band . . . partial to trumpets . . . Sudbury . . . taxi ser¬ vice , swimming at Babson ' s . . . shy . . P cute nose « , college ahead . . . good luck, Bab. WILLIAM SWEENEY " Willy " ... no worries . , track . . . line guy to know . . . never at a loss for words . , . loyal classmate , . Cambridge trips ■ ■ . girls . . . Welles ley College . , . a fine friend . . . bound for Burden. ALAN SUSSMAN Great chef , . baracuda . . « 18 . . collegiate dresser , . . one of the elite . , , beak . . never sleeps . „ only comes out between one and live a.m. . , . " crazy Baby ' of one-way halls and REGINA 5YMOND5 " Reggie " , . always smiling . cute majorette . . . squeaky . . tuna fish . . . bicycle rides to Sunshine Dairy . . . the girls . . " Quit it " ... sea gull . . . double dates , . . never a dull moment . , . future nurse. 108 MARIE TALVY ’Nina ,H , . . pink telephone , , ac¬ cordion h . . wild driver , . . a certain boy . - . cute . , never on time , , , food , . always friendly . . , " green hornet " . , , on to business. SUSAN TAYLOR " Suey M . . bubbley gum . . . infec¬ tious laugh . . , nice clothes , . . intel¬ ligence plus . . . great sense of humor . . . best friend anyone could have . - . all-around girl ... great support¬ er of school activities . . dance any¬ one? , . . sure to be successful in her future endeavors . . . best of luck. JANICE THISTLE " Gi-Gi " . , beautiful hair . . pret¬ ty blue eyes . . nice smile . . - many friends « , . army interests , rain- checks . . . good dancer . . . peritc . . telephoning . . ■ wants to be a hair¬ dresser , , crazy jokes . . nice clothes , . neat . . record fan . ► . flirt . . fortune teller and a student parking lot. PETER TARTARINI " Pete " . . . quick on the comeback . . . joker , . . full of fun , , , many friends . . , likes girls . . . food . . cars , - , not crazy about the books. PAUL THEROUX " Ox” . . . back trouble? , . smile . . . a certain sophomore ... ski , . . weekends . . . loves track . . . Friday’s trip ... to the air force . . house on a hill . . . one night with the boys . . college bound. PAUL TETRAULT Great friend . . . good personality .. . used bike dealer . . . shy? . , . girls? . . summer camping trips . . . phys¬ ical ft mess . die-hard Republican . , . face value . . , " Iran, the money hags " . best of luck. 109 DENNIS THOMPSON " Chopper " .. . athletic . .. one of the boys . . . unique haircut . . . good dancer . . . popular ... a certain ma¬ jorette . . . silver cloud . . . consid¬ erate . . . great school spirit ... as¬ sured success. JOHN THOMPSON " Jocko " . . . one of the big four . . . a golden friend . . . Rockport . . . that extra thoughtfulness for others . . . math whiz . . . good looking . . . a warm friend . . . long lashes . . . tutor . . . always with the boys? ROBERT TIBBETTS " Tib " . . . Santa Claus . . . great dan¬ cer .. . contagious laugh . . . track man . . . George Bernard Shaw . . . a sincere friend to all . . . never very serious . . . Jackie Gleason ... a worker for Neetega. Memories of an emerald green baseball field, RICHARD TINSLER " Dickie " . . . artistic . . . musical . . plays the organ beautifully . . . wel travelled . . . Africa . . . Florida . . off to college in the southland in Sep tember . . . warm friend . . . easy going disposition . . . pool parties. JANET TODD Great personality . . . warm friend . . . sense of humor . . . Sudbury . . . Cambridge School . .. trampoline nut . . . likes gym . . . summers in Maine . .. Europe in ’66 - . . 61 Chevy . . . loves N.H.S. . . . good luck always. SUSAN TOWNSEND " Sue " . . . " Susie " . . . wrinkly nose . . Hojo’s . . . always smiling . . . Maine . . . sentimental . . . Rainbow . . . cute . . . never eats . . . lucky slipper . . . field hockey . . . always being teased . . . helps everyone . . . always there when needed . ... sincere . . . best friend anyone could have. 110 f WILLIAM TRABER " Skip” . . . Loring Arena . . . lets his friends win . . . 59 Ford ... muscle shirts ... 150 lb. fullback . . . gym . . . great challenger . . . 440 faster. DIANE TREFRY Sweet . . . petite . . . personable . . . cute ... a certain boy . . . lots of fun . . . always ready to help . . . beauti¬ ful clothes . . • likes to drive in traf¬ fic ... a good typist ... off to a jun¬ ior college . . . best of luck. and of detentions not with¬ standing rain, snow, sleet, or hail. I f 1 1 1 f I DOROTHY TRIPP " Digit " . . . " Don’t call me Dotty " . . . N.Y.S. . . . clothes . . . beautiful green eyes . - . The Farm . . . weav¬ ing . . Deer Brook . . . willowy . . . blueberry pies . . . Puritanical . . . aristocratic ... not a fad follower . . . Tufts . . . Mt. Washington . . . N. H. summers . . . tennis enthusiast. SUSAN TROY Grundic, crivy, and gimble . . . bare- feet . . . high black boots ... a con¬ stant silent companion . . . oh, those tresses ... far away happiness . . . Bev . . . black . . . magic world . . . wants an accent badly ... a quarter of a whole is enough. Ill LINDA TRINKLEY " Trink " . . . " Trunk” . . . Newton- Wellcsley Hospital . . . loves her rats . . . Natick Federal . . . steamed off four pounds . . . all’s quiet (?) in the prep room . . . What science proj¬ ect? ... red VW . . . not too coordi¬ nated? ... a certain senior’s chauf¬ feur. JELLE VANDERWAALLE " Mel’’ . . . the boy from Holland . . . the flying Dutchman . . . shy and quiet . . . black Chcvie . . . great mathematician . . . raises rabbits . . . Mammoth Mart ... a true friend ... likes girls . . . always a smile . . . Wentworth bound . . . speaks four languages ... still water runs deep. THOMAS VENIZIA " ' Roy " . 45 Club . . - Joneses . . partial to a 59 Chevie - . sports minded . . always found near a bank , , . enjoys being one of the crowd , . a always having fun. NANCY VERNER " Nanc " ... via Speen St. . . ♦ Leader of the laundcrmat . . . Who is Hec¬ tor? . . . trips to New Hampshire . . , not too well coordinated . , . person¬ ality plus . . . skating . . camping , . . Dolly Capp . . three-hour candy bar hunt . . . toga . . toboganmng .. a friend who will long be remem¬ bered. RICHARD VITALE " Rich " . , . Dead wood Club , . The Hustlers . , . patty cake . , . Boston . . . clothes . . lots of girls tennis . . those underclassmen . , . North¬ eastern . . . good housekeeper . , . fine friend . , . picnics . . . great , . . Italian ... no enemies . , . loyal. Memories of our Democratic elections, JAMES VORCE " Jim” . , . 1 62 Ford . . . Sunshine Dairy , , . interest In Framingham South . . . Graphic Ans ... air force , . . good sense of humor . hand¬ some . . . should reach his goal - • best of luck. RICHARD WALKER " Dick . . a very nice person . . . many friends . , . good sense of hu¬ mor . ♦ green Chevy wagon . . . enjoys public speaking . . . known to same as governor ... a future mor¬ tician . . , will surely succeed. BARBARA WALL ’Barb " . . . seems shy—but . Mount Washington . . . stylish clothes which she makes herself . « « so sweet . , Girl Scout . . . willowly ... ad¬ vanced math . , , pastels ... off to teacher s college . . . will surely suc¬ ceed. 112 DONALD WALLACE " Dooie " . . . clutch . . . hydro . . . ’56 Ford . . . Rosie . . . loves cars and cheeseburgers . - . green eyes . . . Dux bury . . . Kip and Red’s . . . loves to sleep—anywhere ... a great guy . . . goofie . . . lots of fun. JAMES WALSH ”Jim” . . . bad jokes ... the nose knows . . . ”L” on sweat shirt . . . curly . . . dechromes cars . . . Roman soldiers, anyone? . . . jungle gym . . . fanatic . . . space patrol ... " I move we adjourn.” and of singing the Alma Mater at Assemblies. JOHN WALSH Blushes easily . . . blue eyes . . . fab¬ ulous personality . . . one heart for one love . . . well dressed . . good dancer . . . big tease . . . flirt . . . warm and friendly . . . good luck in the future. JOSEPHINE WASHINGTON " Joey” . . . Dewey . . . basketball . . . oranges . . . beautiful, happy smile . . . loves French? . . . great dancer . . . ’48 Cadillac . . . consideration plus . . . Cornell . . . two weeks at the Cape . . . the greatest friend ever. JEAN WALSH Cute . . . hairdressing school . . . telephone operator . . . sincere . . . Marconi’s . . . seen with Linda . . . Mike . . . fellow worker . . . New ' Year ' s Eve . . . beautiful sweaters... Babson’s ... letters ... Where should we go? . . . sure to succeed. AMY WATTS Loves band . . . partial to horn . . . summers in Nova Scotia ... a cer¬ tain barn . . . riding . . . sailing . . . distric orchestra . . . hamsters . . . anatomy and physiology . . . prep room nursing . . . skiing . . . Har¬ mony II . . . great friend. 113 BARBARA WELCH " Barb” . . . cute ... a wonderful person to know . . . Bob . . . skating parties . . . conscientious worker . . . one of three . . . Ginny . . . smart .. . always lending a helping hand . . . good luck ... be on time. GREGORY WELLS ”Mort” . . . Saturday nights . . wrestling . . . one more lap. Greg . . philosophic . . . that Renault . . always trying . . . ever trying! . . scuba diving . . . King’s Point poten tial . . . he’ll make it. Memories for special ROBERT WHITE " Harrire” . . . " Bob” . . . master of many trades . . . cross country . . . track . . . tennis . . . expert on skiis . . . folk guitarist . . . ping pong . . . high hopes of becoming a " mad” meterologist . . . How’s old Don? . . . easy going ... Mt. Hermon ... a true friend with a personality all his own. LAURIE WHITEHILL Sincere . . . three " Heads " arc better than one . . . Camp Siberia . . . tal¬ ented in art . . . chic . . . Jack who? . . . Marsha Jordan Fashion Board . . . petite . . . poised . . . meticulous . . . " triple " secretary . . . good stu¬ dent . . . fine future. CONSTANCE WHARTON " Connie " . . . warm and sincere . . . bridge player . . . lots of fun . . . warm personality . . . infectious smile . . . field hockey . . . Lake George . . . A Cappella ... a future physical therapist. of painting windows events , VIRGINIA WHITTEMORE " Gin " . . . organized? . . . beauty plus . . . Boomba-Boomba . . . dislike for hospital beds . . . saves pennies . . . likes apples and lollypops . . . that fraternity parry . . . doughnuts . . . one of the January Taylor Dancers . . . " It’s tough!” 114 JOHN WIGHT " Butch " . , ■ other great end , . , scoffs at the little people . , . six feet two, eyes of blue . . . quiet? . , . sin¬ ce riry phis . . . summers in Canada . . motor scooter ... tall enough , . . three-Imer sprats man. and of the smelling, careening buses. BONNY WILSON " fionza " . . . cute . . petite ■ ■ beautiful eyes . , . gives a perfect imi¬ tation of Bo Leach . . . P,J. parties? . . . little flirt . . . good things come in small packages ... a special kind of girl that is worth knowing, JAMES WILLIAMS ‘ Pat 1 ’ . . , girls . . . jokes - , . blonde hair . . crazy about cars . . . also a certain truck . , phone calls . , gymnastics . . . library , . . full of fun . . . nice smile . . . a girl out of state. crowded, DAVID WILLIS " Blade of grass " . , , coffee, 6‘5 . - . ' 47 . . . Unicom . . bowling • . . curly hair . smooth ♦ . . puns , , . Kerfs - . . brownies . . , 4 a.m. schoL ar . . . quick mind . . that wink in the ninth - . . Mr. Clean . . , guitar . . . blue eyes . . certain senior . . that smile . . . exuberant , . . cheerful JOHN WILSON PAUL WILSON Pine football captain . . . 65 . . . Mac . . . Red Volks . .. - great personality . . Dave’s the ugly one - , . partial to the Penquin . best linema n of the year . . , come to my house afrer the | game , . . hopes for a medical career- joined our class this year . . , missed lust year because of accident . . . good friend . . « pleasing personality . . . could be a fine student with a little more effort. . - clowns a lot , , . sense of humor . - - good friend. 115 CLAUDIA WINTERS Personable . . . very intelligent . . . “Miss Meteorology” ... an accom¬ plished Cellist. .. New England Con¬ servatory District Orchestra ... the Quartermaster Science Seminar . . . those floating bridge games . . . loves sailing, ice boating . . . bike trips . .. attracts exceptional characters . . . witty with impunity . . . know how to fix a fly wheel? . . . A.F.S. finalist. LINDA WINTERS Sweet . . . great friend ... quiet .. . shy . . . Horscneck Beach . . . down town . . . forget it good dancer . . . a little car for a little girl . . . pierced ears . . . always early? ... for school? . . . beautiful hair . . . will make a good hairdresser. Memories of backstage noises, forgotten lines, RICHARD WISNER “Rich” . . . great kid . . . quick to laugh . . . loves cars and more cars . . . certain green Jaquar . . . lots of fun . . . McDonald ' s . . . loves the 2:35 rush . . . many friends. ROBERT WITHAM " Bob ' ' . . . With ' em or without ' em . . . likes girls ... the Cape ... So. Natick . . . tw ' o girls ... not crazy about homework . . . easy going un¬ til??? . . . South St. . . . future plans undecided . . . good luck, Bob. JOYCE WITHROW " Joyce ' ' . . . always smiling . . . de¬ tentions . . . Tuesday girl . . . sense of humor ... rendevous before school . . . business future . . . lunchtime fun? . . . little blue and white Christ¬ mas presents . . . 116 i BARBARA WOISH " Woosh " . . loves to laugh , . , very neat , , great appetite . . needs an alarm clock , , , always lace . , great fun . . . a great politician ■ . . ski enthusiast . . . has a serious side . . . future writer. glaring lights and per make-up. DONNA WOODS Pretty smile , - . shy . . Nurses Aide . , , future airline stewardess . , „ sparkling eyes . , t quick temper . . great sense of humor . , . real friend • . determination plus . Chin ' s Village . , . pretty hair. LAWRENCE WOOD " Woodie " . . handsome . , . hot pipes . not hydro . . . big asset to the wrestling team . , . always a friendly smile . . , Oh that powdered graphite - , you mcathcad! , cherry Ford, manent ROCHELLE YANOFSKY " Shelley " , . , " SheU " . .. " Roeh " , . . one of the Poignant four ► , . week¬ end at Nantasket , , . Univ. of Mass. . - , Italian lunches ... ‘54 Chevy ... Malibu convertibles . . want to be a loner? . - . you love it . . . think Bill call Anita tonight. ROBERT YOEMANS " Bobby " ., . summers at Plum Island smile , . ♦ gymnastics . . . his own boar . . . good dancer . . . Lee - , . " 57 Chev , . , Jirst dory champ ever . . . seen with Rich, Larry . . , nice things come in small packages - - East Natick. 117 JOSEPH YORK joey . . Father York . . stage crew . . . chicken bones . . . purple spot¬ light . . . visual aids , . New Hamp¬ shire . . . will make a good clergyman . ■ Natick Meat Packing Company. RICHARD YOUNG " Richie " . . . Dick , , holds the rec¬ ord for being tardy . . . loves school? . . . permanent seat in detention « . . good disposition . .. , good friend. Memories of SHEILA YOUNG Pretty brown hair t . . cute ... a loy¬ al friend . always smiling . . . likes bowling . . . quiet? . . . rides in Peg ' s car . . . field trips . . . sparkling blue eyes . ♦ . only her hairdresser really knows , . . we like it. ROBERT D. HENGEN ROBERT LANGLEY Stout hearts Warm friends feftr " J 1 kuf iJn LINDA ZACHILLI " Zack ’ . . . beautiful . . . neat as a pin . . . sophisticated . . . chopper . . . those sweaters . . . " you’re awful! " ... " Ginny " ... the girl who brought out the cake . . . personality plus . . . can’t keep a secret . . . true definition of a girl . . . sugar and spice . . . popularity . . . will always cherish that necklace. PAUL ZICKO " Zekc " . . . great dancer ... true friend . . . pole vaultcr . . . food . . . music . . . pitch . . . Avanti . . . " Louie " . . . nice smile . . . good stu¬ dent . . . popular with all . . . takes safety patrol duties seriously ... a bakini swimmer . . . always happy. MARTHA MULLEN PATRICIA ANN BOMENGEN LEONARD ZOLL " Lenny " . . . " Tombo . . . pool . . . stargazer . . . dancer ... all call . . . I Norwood . . . those nights at the pan¬ cake house . . . got six big ones for his birthday . . . nice to know . . . friendly . . . kind. Good sports Great Students. PAUL LACOUTURE Tall . , , handsome . . . restless , « . bored in school . . . United Srates Marine Corps in February . . . his friends miss him. ROBERT MacGILLIVARY n Bob M , . good mechanic . . fantastic appetite . . . good dis¬ position . . . reckless driver . . . Friendly s . . . United States Ma¬ rine Corps in February. in tlfp nf armpfc fnrrpa our rnuntry RUSSELL DAME (no picture available) Quiet . - . serious ... not crazy about school . . . United States Marine Corps in February . . . besd of luck always. NELSON STONE Quiet . . . shy . . . good friend . . . likes cars . . food . . . girls . . . not crazy about homework . . , United States Marine Corps in February. 120 OUR EXCHANGE STUDENT When school opened in September we found we had a very unusual member of our senior class. Pierre Haesler, of Olten, Switzerland, was wide-eyed in amazement at the activities, the hustle and bustle at Natick High. He could speak, French, Ger¬ man, Italian, and Swiss, blit he was struggling with English. However, this did not last and we soon discovered his keen sense of humor, his friendliness, and his eagerness to participate in our way of life When Pierre leaves Natick on June 30 he will rake with him many pleasant memories and we shall not soon forget him. We sincerely hope that he will one day have the opportunity to re¬ turn to Natick and renew his many friendships. We have been happy to have you with us, Pierre! 121 Early in the fall h has been the custom for the past few years for the Studenr Council to sponsor a get-acquainted social to make the incoming sophomores feel more at home at Natick High. This year the group dancing to the disc jockey’s choice seemed to be a merry one and everyone appeared to fed right at home. Much credit is due Mark Raider and his committee for the hard work they did to make it a happy evening. gpt-arqaatntpii 124 saiup hautktuH Traditionally on the first Friday night in May Sadie Hawkins and her friends gather at Natick High to make merry. This year the cafeteria was crowded. Many and varied were the costumes. So, too, the tunes provided for the dancing. First prize for the evening went to Helen Grady and John Thompson. Dancing was enjoyed until after eleven and when the party broke up everyone voted it a most en¬ joyable evening, expressing the hope we would have as much fun at our next one. 125 The Cla$s of 1965 presents. . . " BLITHE SPIRIT” By Noel Coward Director; Mr, Harry L Garnett Student Assistant: Nancy Gregg Cast: Don Nardo Helen Grady Susan O ' Hara Miehaele Powers Margaret Holloway Richard Fancy Virginia Whmcmore Charles Ruth Elvira Madame Areati Edirh Dr. Bradman Mrs. Bradman 126 The Scene: The drawing room of a famous English novelist; The time: the present. The Plot: Charles, a novelist, and his wife Ruth invite the Bradmans to attend a seance at their home to be conducted by Madame A read, a well-known medium. Charles purpose is to learn the proper tech¬ nique and jargon used by mediums in order to make his new book, an expose on spiritualism, authentic As the nervous fingers of oirr stage assistant, Nancy Gregg, clutched the grey hair spray can all ready to put the final touches on Madame A read, Helen and Margaret took a last glance at the well-worn script, while Richard anxiously watched Don transform into adisdnguished but mixed-up " Charles " . 128 The successful seance was more than diaries bargained for. Elvira, his firsr wife, dead for several years, appears from the spirit world: soon it is obvious that she intends to take Charles back with her when she returns. She spreads axle grease on the stairs causing the maid to fall; she saws the rounds of a ladder, causing Charles slight injury; she tampers w ith the brakes of Charles ' car bringing about the death of Ruth. Charles 1 problem now is to get rid of the warring spirits of both wives. During one last seance, Madame Arcati is successful, and Charles leaves the scene to go on a long journey just as vases, pictures, and furniture begin flying at him . . There was great enthusiasm on the part of the cast, as well as those behind the scenes, to make this big night, one that will ever be remembered by all. As the curtains opened and presented us with the well-studied scenes of excite ment, suspense and laughter, all knew that this was the best Senior play ever to be ours at Natick High, CHRISTMAS COTILLION Mr. Ho wand licnnigar, Debrah and Dorothy Fitch Mr. Charles McManus In a snowbound setting one evening in De¬ cember a beautifully dressed-group of Natick High students and their guests danced for three hours to gay music During the evening guests cast their votes for a Snow Princess, but as was to he expected, it was not possible to choose only one. The Fitch twins, Debbtc and Dottie were selected by anovcrwhelming majority and subsequently crowned by Mr Hennigar and Mr. McManus. Robert Tibbetts as Santa Claus gave the affair a very festive atmosphere. 130 131 " MY FAIR One of the most daring undertakings in rhe history of Natick High was the production of ' My Fair Lady starring Giryn Sandrew and Thomas Montgomery, assisted by Don Nardo as Colonel Pickering and a fine supporting cast. The packed auditorium on two nights bore witness to the fact that it was a finished production made possible by the coaching of Mr. Harry L Garnett of the English Department and Mr. Leo Bach ini of the Music Department, LADY” CAST OF CHARACTERS In Order of Their Appearance Buskers Mrs, Eynsford-Hiil Freddy Eynsford-Hill Eliza Doolittle Colonel Pickering A Bystander Henry Higgins Selsey Man Hoxton Man Another Bystander 1st Cockney 2nd Cockney 3rd Cockney 4th Cockney Bartender Harry Jamie Alfred P, Doolittle Mrs, Pearce Mrs, Hopkins Butler Stephen Caron, Virginia Marathas Susan Hillian Laurence Barker Caryn Sand rew Don Nardo Richard Fancy Thomas Montgomery George James Philip Nardo Gary Capen Philip jue Jeffrey Adams Scott Grafton Douglas Green Robert Tibbetts Douglas Green Jeffrey Adams Andrew Jones Kathleen O ' Hara Joan Loe wen berg Philip Jue Servants Donna Chiacchia, Lindley Doran, Jean Fader, Sandra De Marco, Scott Grafton, Jeffrey Adams, Philip Jue, and Patti Collins Mrs, Higgins Chauffeur Footman Lord Boxington Lady Boxington Constable Flower Girl Zoltan Karparthy Queen of Transylvania Ambassador Mrs, Higgins ' Maid Margaret Holloway Rodney Fritz Scott Grafton George James Dorothy Tripp Rodney Fritz Joyce Laming Richard Fancy Marie Roberts Gary Capen Pant Gdlins 133 134 From common goals and interests . we meet to develop in body and in spirit 138 To serve and responsibly govern STUDENT COUNCIL Front row: J. Ignacio, J. Wilson, M Raider, FL Grady. Second row: D. Gross, P. Kdvens, L, Gross. A. Bransfidd, R DcAngeiis, M. Breen, S. Dillon, J. Vim tassel, J. Sullivan. S Brown, N, Gross, A, Shephard. Third row: P. LeMarbrc, D. Fitzgerald, R. Lurvey, j. Ignacio, D. Wilson, D, Bernardi. P. Palotta R. Knight, K. Barber, G Durfee, R Haessler, W. Townsend, J. Lx ' wis. STUDENT COUNCIL This year the Student Council has been concerned with the problem of drawing up a code for the proper at¬ tire among high school stu¬ dents. Under the capable leadership of Mark Raider the council has sponsored several worth-while assem¬ blies and conducted the stu¬ dent bookstore. The Get-Acquainted Dance early in the school year brought out many of the un¬ derclassmen who seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly. Members of the council at¬ tended several conventions and were very proud when one of their members, Do¬ reen Gross, was elected vice president of rhe Eastern Di¬ vision of Student Councils of Massachusetts for 196 -1966- SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: B, Adams, N Gregg, A, Bransfield, D, Fitch, P. Crowley, C Micellota. Second row: V. Whittereore, M. Powers, J. Lang, L. Morrissey, A, Baram, J. Ignacio, L. Gross, Third row: D, Darling, L McAllister, V. Marathas, J. Leska, L. Doran, M. Breen, D, Chiacchla. Back row-: M, Raider, R Zicko, M. Siegal, J. Wilson, J. Fitzgerald, J. Ignacio, S. Mersey, R. Spckman, f. Walsh, D. Green, The Senior Executive Board has met every other Monday to trans¬ act the various business of the class. Major problems included collecting dues, soliciting subscrip¬ tions for the Yearbook, arranging for Class Banquet, Picnic, and se¬ lecting a class gift 140 U JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS The leadership of the junior officers will enable the members of the Class of 1966 to look back on their junior year as one of the most memor¬ able phases of their days at NUTS. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President—P. LtMarbrc, Vice President—P. Dc Angelis, Sec¬ retary—S. Dillon, Treasurer—P, Kryzak. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row; T, Scligman, A, Me Elroy, N, Malloy, S. Rubin, Second row: J, Cohen, D. Gross, C Ber¬ man, P. Cole, Third row. f. Morrill, C Townsend, B. Brack, j VanTasseh Fourth row: A Shep- hard. C. West, L. Digerondmo. B. O ' Donnelh C. Barr. Fifth row: P. Kryzak, C. Whalen, M. Carroll, L Reed, Sixth row: P. Lic.uione, $, Dillon, J. Sanderson, P, McKay, P. DcAngdis, Standing: S, Brown. R, Kopkman, P. LeMarbe, R. Knight, P. Driver, H. Furman. R. Warren, G. Gordon, R. Hum, j, Hughes, M. Daly, The major work of this board has been the planning and support necessary to sponsor a successful Senior Reception. Many of these board members have spent long hours diligently working for the success of this affair. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD Etrst row: Mark Berman, Antonio D ' Eramo, Joseph Martins, Alan Hurvitz. Gregory Hughes, Benjamin Greenberg. Second row: Rhonda Murenberg, Ann Rcmpelakis, Faith Crampton, Patricia Klevcins, Patricia Nation, Susan Brown, Linda Argir, Joyce Coviello, Linda Wiles, Karen Johnson Third row: Limb Grady, Corinnc Manna, Barbara Warts, Jean Gavin, Mary Fitzgerald, Karen Barnsrein,, Jacqueline Searlc, Amy Konowirz, Lucy Sehrupp. The Sophomore Executive Board spent several sessions making plans for the annual Sophomore Dance in May, Although the activities of the class are free, rhe election of officers for next year evidenced an active and enthusiastic campaign. The sophomore class officers have been diligent in the dis¬ charge of their duties. The class has sent representatives when members of their group have had sadness and have sent flowers to classmates and their families when the occasion demanded ex¬ pression of sympathy. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 142 HONOR SOCIETY ■£c hoi n rail ip Chnrarlcrl Front row: 5, E. Mdcck J. Ignacio, J. Wilson, J. Damplo L, Gross Mr. LcVcrjjne, W, Smith D. Chiacchia L Whitehill, C Brown, P. Chapman, M. Raider. D. Wilson. J, Coplan M. Sieyd D. Willis, Second row: B, Knight, 1. Mac¬ Donald, J, Sanderson, R. Speckman. D. Brown, W. Borden. A, Chamberlain, G. Conroy L McAllister N. Grer g, K. Robbins J. Peterson, B. Wall. M. Oktm K. Barmde, E. Stock well, D. Abbott C Winters, G, Our fee C Adams, P. McKay S Brown, Third row: D. Gross B. Forman, P, Casey C. MacDonald. }. Laming, P, Lkadone, P. DeAngdis C Zatz, S. Hewitt K. San- drew, D. Roach L. Hazen D. Darling J. Fleming, B. Msrkle, J. Fialkow, A. Baram, C Hilliard R. Char ton. Fourth row: K. Kopelman, N. Maloy, W. Frank P. Cole j. Schwarts. G. Garner E. Darling C. Jones D Tripp S. Kehoe, E. Schnetderifian J. lames S. Hughes J. Adams, M, Holloway j. Thompson, L. Doran ). Clines R, Seligman, W. Reid, D. Fitzgerald J. Galvin, M. Daley, P, LeMarbre, C. Clapp R, Hurst S. Hadden, L. Corborsiero K. Anderson, J. Noll man. D. Green M. Roberts, j, McNichols. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarship character service and leadership are die four qualities exemplified by the members of the National Honor Society. During the past school year 50 seniors and 53 juniors were elected into the society, Never before has the Natick High School chapter had so large a membership. Most societies are judged according to their accomplish¬ ments, Striving to make its influence felt on the student body the National Honor Society has initiated many activi¬ ties which have proven successful Ar various times members have been called upon to substitute for an absent teacher. A tutoring service has been provided after school hours for any student needing extra help. This has been a joint venture with the Future Teachers Club. Working with the Industrial Arrs department, some members furnished book marks to the library for the general use of the student body. A scholarship has been awarded for the first rime to a deserving senior member. At the second annual Eastern Massachusetts Na¬ tional Honor Society Conference held ar Burlington High School, one of the six delegates was an unsuccessful candidate for president. Finally the membrs participated in the Hall of Fame for Great Americans election which is held every five years. To serve Natick High School has been the goal of the National Honor Society. To be remembered for its achieve¬ ments as a truly outstanding society lias been its dream. By being first-class citizens and first-rare scholars the members have strived to realize their goal and to fulfill, their dream. SASAMON BUSINESS STAFF Mr. Anderson, Earl Fahey, T. Brousseau. K. Hoey, E. Farrell. SASSAMON LITERARY STAFF Front row; C Zat . C Fine B, Woish, F. Hunter. B. Knight, S. Townsend. L, Fraser L. Hazen. Second row: 5. Werlin, J. Damplo W. Smith, J, Hughes R. Story D. Abbott R. Kopclman, F. Grunin. Third row: Miss E. Ward D, Roach, K, Anderson f. G lines. G. Du r fee A. Brans field, H. Grady, B, Markle. Fourth raw: M, Carroll, C. MacDonald M. McGrath D. Bixby D. Berman F. DeAngelis. S. Burns S, Biggart S Bradley, N. Maloy, D. Murtray 5. Hewitt, N. Brown M, Carey F, Casey. On stairs: C Hilliard, S. Ncus, S. Taylor N. Edwards, E, Arena. A. Sheppard, J. Fialkow, L Lcvirz. - p6 SO tTJ GUIDANCE LIBRARIANS Front row: Mr. Rosen, D. Saviano, N, Gregg, L. McAllister, L, Trinkley, J. Fialkow, j. McNichoIs, Miss Nurc. Second row; C Bobinski, E, Du bosky, K. Schultz, P, Chapman, S. DeMellc, D. Fitch, L. Adams, C. Brown. Hie guidance librarians have many and varied duties. In addition to checking on persons who have been scheduled for appointments with the various counsellors, they arc called upon to answer the phones, run er¬ rands. type and perform other clerical duties including filing, proof reading, and recording statistics. YEARBOOK LITERARY COMMITTEE The Yearbook Literary Committee met every Thursday during the months of January, February and March and Jess frequently in May. Each of the twenty-two senior English divisions had one representative on the committee who was responsible for carrying out the assign¬ ments. For the most part all of the members were faithful in atten¬ dance and did their job well. After the individual write-ups had been submitted, the activity write-ups were assigned on an individual basis. Y E A R B 0 0 K L 1 T Top row: (left to right)—M. Siegal, 5. Shiruh S. Bradley, L r Zachilli, M. Okun, Front rnw—R, Clow, L Du bosky, A. Bransfidd, L McAllister, D. Fitch S, Paine, L Reed, J. MacDonald. YEARBOOK SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE Front row: J. Lang, M, Powers, K. Linton, J. Farrell, D. Fitch, L. Third row S. Townsend. R, Lawson, B. Meyer, B. Brouwer, S. Troy, Adams. S. F idler, P. Crowley. Second row: D. Darling L Davis, D, Chiacchia, J. Lesica, M. Leahy, C. Brown. Fourth row; L, Mann. M. Davis, D. Fitch, V. Whitremore, K, McDonough, M. Picard, Earl Fahey, P. Coughlin, K. Robbins, S. Burns, N. Hastings. L. Hazen, D. Roach, The yearbook subscription committee of the class of 1965 deserves special com¬ mendations for selling more yearbooks than any other class in the history of Natick High School This was made possible because of the efforts of dedicated seniors who sacrificed time before school to visit homerooms of sophomores and juniors as well as seniors to solicit subscriptions. Since more copies were sold, it means that more people will remember this outstanding class in the years ahead. Congratulations, again, for a job well-done. YEARBOOK SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE YEARBOOK ART COMMITTEE L. Adams, L. WhitchJll, R. Tinsler, B. Adams, Missing—C. Goldberg, M. Prince. In the spring of 1964 the Year¬ book Art Staff first met, under the abie guidance of Miss Beverly M. Poulin. Come the fall they were al¬ lotted two periods a week ro con¬ tinue their task. This group was essential in organizing and unify¬ ing rhe 1965 Yearbook. Along with the four members shown at left, Carol Goldberg and Merc Prince, who were absent, layout paper, art board, carbons, photos, India ink, Windsor pencil, study pe¬ riods and patience, the Yearbook made it to press with all photos and copy. 146 CAFETERIA MARSHALLS Under the direction of Mr. Robert An¬ drews a group of boys have carried on the duties of supervising and keeping in order the four lunch periods here at Natick High. In addition to these duties the boys are responsible for leaving the chairs and tables in order for the srudy pupils who use the cafeteria Period F. They are also respon¬ sible for returning the teachers ' trays to the dish room. Accidents will happen in the best of families, so many times there are broken bottles, spilled milk, and mis-placed crumbs to be taken care of, too. It’s all in a day’s work. CAFETERIA MARSHALLS A. Gould, D. Brien, D. McRobcrt, E. Camp, R. Charron. L. Stone, R. Garvey, L. Caruso, J. Vorce, D. Kitcly, C. Miscia, P. Morgan, J. Casey, J. Nollman. D. Marshall, L. Mann, R. Connors, M. Sincock. SAFETY PATROL The Safety Patrol has been called upon to assume additional duties this year be¬ cause of the problems developing from the construction of our addition. Early in February access from the Math-Science wing could no longer be by the outdoor route, meaning that all traffic had to go through the inside corridors. At about the same time the administration requested that a safety patroller be stationed during each period of the day in the various corridors to check on students with or without passes to see if we could avoid persons going to lockers, lavatories, and just wandering. We feel that the new system has worked well and that it should be continued. SAFETY PATROL Front row: A. Branstidd, J. Lang, W. Bordctt, G. Durfec, U. Morris, L. Doran, H. Grady, P. Zicko, J. Ignacio, L. McAllister, N. Gregg, M. Powers, B. Forman. Second row: S. Ncus, M. Carroll, P. Kryzak, L. Trinkley, C. MacDonald, B. MacGregor, P. Licadone, D. Fitch, D. Fitch, J. Ignacio, P. Gulko, L. Gross. L. Millen, P. Cole, H. Zeidd, S. Frink, S. Townsend. Third row: L Corbosiero, A. Chamberlin, D. Green, R. Kopelman, J. Saxe, D. Moore, B. Levin, P Reed, G. Conroy, R. Spckman, S. Hersey, J. Walsh, M Raider. Fourth row. R. Brown, R. Kahan. R. Balcom, H. Forman. G. Gordon, P. -Hicks, K. Anderson, D. Abbott. J Spurting, R. Bradford. tfr_jA T - LIBRARY AIDES Front row: G. Bernstein, M. Craig, S. Krute, M. Schulman, S Thin! row : P. McKay, J. Cohen, H. Zendel, D. Steeves. B. Wall, Biggart, S. Kehoe, J. Fleming, M. Leahy, S. Hewitt. Second S. Low. J. James, M Carman, Fourth row: D. Manicola, T. row: C. Zata, J. McCarthy, B. Kamanitz, J. McGrath, G. Porter, Polansky, N. Biggart, T. Scligman, P. DeAngelis, S. Hughes, N. S. Todd, D. Tripp, J. Lowenberg, M. Prue. Anderson, P. Crowley. LIBRARY AIDES More than sixty library aides have made a definite contribution to the library pro¬ gram offered this year. These students shared in a joint effort to operate our library as smoothly and efficiently as possible and to increase the services offered. The faculty and student body are most grateful to the aides for their cooperative effort, their attitude and willingness to follow directions, interest in books, and the concern they displayed in their fellow students 1 library needs. CLINIC AIDES NURSES AIDS Firsr row: K. McDonough. S. Hughes, L. Copplestonc, P. Womboldt, M. Picard, E. East, J. Lang, M. Collins. Second row: L McAllister, N. Gregg, G. Porter, J. Fischer, L. Morrissey, M. Breen, S. Fuller, A. Bransheld, E. Farrell. An indispensable part of the ef¬ ficiency of our Clinic is furnished by our aides. These people man the office when Mrs. Brown is called out on school business or in an emergency. They an¬ swer the phone, file eye and ear records, and in many cases run errands to various parts of the building. They are not allowed to diagnose, treat, or advise pa¬ tients. However, they do help to lend a profes¬ sional atmosphere to the Clinic. Their pa¬ tience and kindness is very much appreciated. 148 BUSINESS SERVICE CLUB Under the guidance of Mr. Bayne Drown, Head of the Business Depart¬ ment, a group of junior and senior business stu¬ dents were trained to as¬ sist department heads, teachers, and coaches with the clerical work that ac¬ cumulates in their offices. The girls were assigned during a free period to an¬ swer the phone, file, type, duplicate masters, run er¬ rands and make them¬ selves generally useful as trained aides in the field of business. BUSINESS SERVICE CLUB MEMBERS Left to right starting from the first row: Eileen Farrell, Cheryl Micelotta, Patricia Coughlin. Second row: Ann McElroy, Barbara Evans, Mary Bailey. Third row: Mary Ellen Donovan, Jean Mabardy, Mary Lewis. Fourth row: Janet Todd, Kathleen Melchiori, Kathleen Ross. Fifth row: Mar)’ Ann D’Eramo, Patricia Morse, Cynthia Caissie. Sixth row: Beverly Lawson, Linda Reed, Mary Green. MEDICAL CLUB Linder the direction of Maureen Picard, presi¬ dent; Katie McDonough, vice-president; Linda Trinkly, treasurer; Carol Cooper, secretary, and Mrs. Brown, advisor, the Medical Club has made many contributions to the high school and the Towrr of Natick. Various girls helped out at the Bloodmobile, Glaucoma Clinic, baby clinic, made stuffed animals for orphans, and successfully completed a first aid course and Advanced First Aid Course at the Cen¬ tral Fire Station. This May, the Leonard Morse Hospital Alumni Association honored the club for its services. Some of the girls are in the Pink Aid and Candy- striper programs at the Leonard Morse Hospital. All girls contributed ro the Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, given to different families yearly. Three successful foodsales were held throughout the year, the proceeds giving two deserving girls scholarships. FUTURE NURSES (Medical Club) First row: K. McDonough, L. Trinkley, C. Cooper. K. Hurley, L. Daniels, P. Womboldt, L. Copplc- stone, M. Picard. Second row: B. Meyer, G. Welch, J. Black. G. Porter, S. Galusher, C. Manna, L. Reed, J. Drisco, M. Collins. Third row: J. Pepi L. List, M. Killam, L. Millen, M. Leahey, J. Von Rueden, A. Woods. Fourth row: L. Valle, C. MacDonald, P. Gulko, J. Ignacio, S. Hughes, R. Symonds, A. Campbell. ART CLUB First row: E. Schndderman, B, Welch, C McAvcy, L. Campbell, E. Farrell. Second row: M. Hand, B. Knight, D. Roy. C. Berman, J. Grant, J. Dow, H. Shind, B. Evans, I. Bitdc, P. Farnese. The Weather Chib may be small in number, bur their diligence and enthusiasm cannot be excelled with groups much larger in some activities. These students spend many hours in observation and compil¬ ing data to give us accurate pre¬ dictions on the morning, notices each day. Like weather forecasters on Radio and TV everyone hails them when the report is pleasing, but rhe poor fellows are to be pitied when the report is unfavor¬ able, or when, as sometimes hap¬ pens, it is inaccurate. WEATHER CLUB WEATHER CLUB T. Cormier, J. Hughes, D. Glucksman. R. Corbett, PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB R. Satterfield, L. Gber J, McGrath P. Nardo, Mr, Colombo ' s Photography Club had four members this year. They were Larry Ober, Phil Mardo, Richard Satterfield and Joseph McGrath. Throughout the year rhese boys took and developed many pictures for the Sassamon, The boys also de¬ veloped their own pier tires and did some experimentation with new processes. Several projects were entered in the Science Fair and later in the year members gave demonstrations to some of the classes in Chemistry. W. Fowler. R. Youn t L. Clark, J. Connolly R, Connors. The Future Teachers Club had a successful year under the leadership of Donna Berman, with Miss Nancy Bonazzoli as ad¬ viser. At our meetings we were fortunate to have outstanding speakers, ex¬ cellent films, and instruc¬ tive talks by members of the faculty. The club par¬ ticipated in two field trips, conducted a bottle drive, and had two bake sales to raise the money for our annual scholarship. In the spring a new constitution was drawn up to aid club members in the future. The annual tea for mothers was held in May. Next year’s club will play hostess to the eastern division clubs of Massa¬ chusetts at the annual con¬ ference in March. Le Cercle Francais a ete organise pour donner aux etudiants de la langue des occasions d’apprendre le plus possible de la France et de la vie fran¬ ca ise. Les membres du cercle, sous la direction de Mademoiselle Ham et de Madame Barvieri, ont participe a beaucoup d’ac- tivite dans ebut cette an- nee passee. Un etudiant de FA.F.S. a parle au groupe des experiences cn France. II y a eu quelque films pendant liannec aus- si bien que dcs jeux, tous francias. Plusiers membres ont prepare et servi un repas francais aux autres. D’ autres etudiants ont presente une seric de courtes pieces pour le plaisir du club. Le Cercle se reuniat quelque fois simplement pour parler francais et ecouter de mu- sique francais. On espere que tous les membres ont profite beaucoup. FUTURE TEACHERS’ CLUB FUTURE TEACHERS’ CLUB Front row: C. Haynes, L. Zacchili, L. Peterson, J. Peterson, V. Infcrrcre, L. Hahn, J. Johnson, D. Shaw, D. Saviano, B. Carr. Second row: G. Conway, S. Kehoe. K. Barnicle, D. Berman, F Simons. J. Stetson, K. Scanlon, F. Fanini. Third row: M. Elrich, D. Bernstein, A. Beattie, S. Walsh, K. Fogelin, J. MacDonald, S. Garvey, L. Whalen, M. Van Ommerson, L. Arena, R. Rich, L. Yeisley, L. Davenport, L. Feldman, J. Cohen, D. Maricola, G. Carnegie, J. Stuart, M. Richards. Fourth row. S. Burnc, J. McNichoIs, L. Smith, N. Brown, P. Casey, K. Fandel, K. Robbins, J. Zimmerman, S. Elinoff, C. Thompson, C. Barr, D. Bixby, N. A postal, P. Crowley. FRENCH CLUB FRENCH CLUB Front row: F. Grunin, P. Chapman, B. Levin, C. Zatz, K. Robbins, K. Saunders. Second row: B. Markle, R. , D. Tripp, S. Snell, M. Richards, B. Knight. Third row: R. Kupplcman, E. Malick, G. Garner, J. Sanderson, D. Berman. Standing: Miss Hamm. Mrs. Barbieri. GYMNASTIC CLUBS BOYS GYM CLUB First row: R. Cross man, W, Traber, R. Saum, S. Caron, L Wood, W. Rizzo, J. Glasst-r, L. NitkJcs. Second row: R. Yeomans, D. Nardo, P, Nichols, J, Williams, R. Martin, P. Bd I iveau, j. Spur ling. Third row: R. Frank, R, Rinehart, J„ Sanford, F, Rivers, R, Bay key, C. Burnham, B, Hill, Fourth row: D. Driver, C. Barnicle, D. Hastings, j. Gisiodio, E Gunner, W, MacDonald, E Davies, Fifth row: L Lacoimre, D, Atkinson, D, Mahaney, This years Gym Glob worked very hard to produce a grear gymnastic assembly. The club was led by senior Bobby Yeomans and many ca¬ pable seniors assisted. There are many promising juniors and sophomores coming up another year. The greatest advancement this year came in the level of skill, especial¬ ly on the horizontal bar and the parallel bars. The newest event was the installation of srill rings, an innovation at Natick, Outstanding performers were Pat Williams on the horizontal bar, Steve Caron on the trampoline, and Bob¬ by Yeomans in all areas of competition. GIRLS ' GYM CLUB Front row: M, Carroll, B. Rundgren, M. Murphy, J. Todd, S, Frink, P. Hamilton, L James, F. Luttrdh Second row: M Hale, R Todd, S. Todd, B. Conway, J. Morrill, E Craid, J, Laming, 153 DEBATING SOCIETY DEBATING SOCIETY Front row: B. Knight, C. Honigbaum, L Fraser. Back row: S. Werlin W. Reid, J. Rees, C Manuel, W. Bresnick, The Debating Society was organized in the sec¬ ond semester of last year at the request of rhe Stu dent Council to provide students with an oppor¬ tunity to obtain training and experience in speak¬ ing and debating tech¬ niques, During the sea¬ son just concluded, mem¬ bers attended a debate clinic at Boston College and debated che national high school debate topic in interscholastic competi¬ tion in two regional tour¬ naments, at Wachuset Re¬ gional High School and at Newton High School. Our debators — all bur one sophomores — gave very creditable performances, debating a very difficult topic against some of the best teams in central and eastern Massachusetts. 154 DANCE BAND A’CAPPELLA CHORUS The Natick High Dance Band has met twice a week to rehearse a variety of pop standard and jastK dance tunes. The Dance Band is available for school functions such at music festivals and assem¬ blies. No Natick band concert would be com¬ plete without a group of selections from this unique ensemble. Conducted in rehearsals by the director, Mr. Joseph LoPresti, they are un¬ der the student leadership of alto-saxophonist Michael Daly. This year the chorus kept very busy. Early in the year they made several appearances at assemblies providing us with a delightful Chrisrmas program in December, In the spring the annual Music Festival found them again receiving plaudits from an enthusiastic audience. Then in April their assistance at Vfy Fair Lady was most commendable. As in the past the group made appearances at the junior highs and travelled to Milton High to participate in an exchange program. The season ended with selec¬ tions for Class Day and Graduation, Mr. Baehint deserves much credit for his patience and competent leadership. A " CAPPELLA Fro nr row L Winters, B. A Jams, P. Collins C Sand re w V. Mara- rhas L Arena, S, Neus, J. larch held. B Brack C Brown P, Chap¬ man. C Wharton ( ' . Adams D. Driscoll. S, Snell, S, Dillon. M, Hoard, S, Taylor, Second row: S. O ' Hara. J, Fader, N, Hen Id li O ' Donnell, c:. Jones, P. Womboli, D Firch, B. Wall, D, Chiacchia. H. Zcidel. L. Laming, D. Sinclair, G. Ltpofsky. Third row: K, O ' Hara, M. Smith. L. Deuoronimo, D. DeRosa, R, Symoods, G Garner, G, Carneitie. K. Saunders E, Bcrgner, L. Doran, M. Powers. V. Jnferreit, j, Glines, M. Holloway, Fourth row: E Fahey. W. K toper, D. Moore R, Dew is, A. Mussen, S- Grafton, R Tibbetts, F. Langborsr E. LeMarbe. P. fue, D. Kupps. j. Adams. D. Nardo, M, Manson. 155 DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Nancy Gregg, D. Nardo. H. Grady. The primary objective of our dramatic club is to provide the membership with Specialized training and practical expe¬ riences in various acting techniques. Re¬ sults of this training were evident in both the senior class pJay Blithe Spirit. and the musical, Afj Fair Laity, The third dramatic arts presentation was Sir James Barrie ' s The Old Lid Shorn Her Medals, Following this pre¬ sentation the Directors ' Awards for out¬ standing achievement in the Dramatic Arts were presented by Ml Harry L Garnett and Mr. Leo D. Bach ini to Thomas Montgomery, Caryn Sandrew, Don Nardo, and Mtchaelc Powers. President Nancy Gregg Vice President Don Nardu Secret ary-Treasurer Helen Grady DRAMATIC CLUB Front row; L. Hazcrt, J. Fader, P. Collins, M. Halloway, M, Powers, C Sad re w, B. Low, S, O ' Hara, R. Brock, T. Sicglrmn,, H. Gandy, N. Gregg, 5. DeMarco, M. Smith, D. Roach, L, Levttz. On stairs: S. Grafton, G. Capen, D. Green, T. Montgomery, P. Juc, R r Fritz, D. Nardo, L. Barker. 156 Front row: M. Eiscn, J. Irving, C, Atlam$, P. Hirtle, C. Harris, B, Wilson. K. Petrie. L, Zacchilli, R, Simmons. M. Bartels, F, Freed¬ man. L Niles, L. Snell, J. Sanderson, C Fine, P. Dorpema, M, Ber¬ man. Second row: LX Brandr S. Phillips, M McGovern, S. Snell, D. Blumcmhal, $. Bi Ilian, G. Kami ran, G. Porter, $. MacDonald, K. Johnson, M, Peck, M, Keener, L. Mi lien, M Mersereau, A. D ' Framo, D. Marble, B. Watts, R. Adams, Mr. LoPresti, BAND Third row: N, Aitkcn, j. Fine, R MacDonald, R r French, S. Ox- man D, Sawyer, F. MacDonald, B. Swanson, R. Rose, F Darling, R. Abrahamson» K. ScanJan R, Gustavscn, F Dunlavy S, Grup- po3o, W. H unt, F. Brewster, M. Schulman, R. Garda, Back row: W. Bresnick, F Malick, C. Harden, J Guilford, D, Stack, R. Tib¬ betts. K. Cotter, VC ' . Rossi, S, Hadden, R. Glashow T. Hammel, P, Hicks, W, Frailer R. Band ini. R, Witten, R. Richard, W. Reid T. Seligman, M, DaJy G Gordon. BAND MAJORETTES The Natick High band has had a busy season. During the football season they played at Friday rallies and Saturday games. During the school week we were preparing for the annual Christmas assembly program and the Winter Music Festival, The majorettes of rhe Natick High March¬ ing Band performed at all the football games in the Fall lending an air of festivity to the pre-game and half spectaculars. During the school year the band is called upon to participate at various community functions parades, and assemblies. Ar these performances the girls have done a fine job and are to be commended. In their new uniforms, partially financed by the proceeds from “My Fair Lady " the band gave spring concerts ar the Wilson Junior High and at Milton High School, The band marched in the Memorial Day Parade and appeared at Class Day and Graduation. 157 p E P C L U B PEP CLUB From row: D, Bixby, D. Fitch, D. Fitch, M. Powers, E. Ekr ner, V. Inferrerc, L. A Jams, $. Fuller. H. Grady, L, Gross, L. Dorati. Second ow: L, McAllister, P. Crowley, P. Licadnne, L, Digeronimo, L Johnson, J, Cameron, M, Good kin, E. Farrell, J. Lang, N. Gross, A. Shephard, D. Gross. Third row: A. Brans field, L. Morrissey, ) Ignacio, C Barr, C, Powers, P, Nation, M. Carey, Mlchaele Powers . . . Dehby Bixby . . . Dotty Fitch . , , Debby Fitch . . . " Council " .., SENIORS .,„ Juniors too! . ,, even sophomores . . . Fun . , . Football games full of cheer . . , " Programs anyone? " . , . Mr. Spirir . . . " Casey ' s coffins, they are fine!” . . . Halleys . . . " Where ' s the red paint for the windows? ' ♦ Thanksgiving Ralley! ! . . , Thanksgiving Day Parade . , . Basketball games . , . Pep „ , . Donuts anyone? . . . " Don ' t spill the coke, please! " . , . Science Fair Refreshments . , . ' " January Taylor Dancers ' . , , Student Council Talent Show! . , , Mad res Mixer! ! . . . School Calendar . . . SENIOR Pep Club Picnic , , , Horseneck! , . . but most of all . . . Strong School Spirit , . . friendship . . . good-sportsmanship and loyalty to our school . . . (f N” CLUB The " N " Club has completed its eleventh year with another very satisfactory pro¬ gram. The annual Prom Flower Sale at Thanksgiving, the spring dance and " N " Chib Nire netted enough to present three SJOO scholarships at Class Day to deserving mem bers of the club. The final event of the season, the annual picnic, was held at Cranes Beach in Ipswich. Officers President, Robert Bradford; Vice President, David Bernardi; Treasurer, David Wilson; Secretary, Sumner Hersy, ■N” CLUB Front row: P, Robinson, j. Fitzgerald T Fitzgerald, J, Garry, R. Dyro, D. Bernardi, R. Bradford, D Wilson, S. l-lersey, A, Suss- man, P. Morgan, D Bailey, W. Lamont. Second row: J. Ghetti, L. Wood, R. Crossman, R. Stephenson, W. Ball, J. Wilson, j Little ton, A. Graham, P. Mandels, J. White, L. Ca.fr, J. Glasser, P. Zrcko, M, Raider. Third row: M. Colling W. Traber, T. O ' Keefe, P Lunsford, R. Tibbetts, J. Ignacio, D. Kitcly, J, Walsh, D. Green, C Leighton, P. Pallotta, D. Truhiann, Fourth row: R, Cabo, D Moore, B. Hutchins, F. Bennett, M. Durkin, J. Janiak. 158 GIRLS’ ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION A bowling party on September 15 starred the year off. On October 10, a group met at the school to %vash cars. An informal cookout was held at Martha Keezers home in October, As a result of these efforts a donation of twenty-five dollars was made to the Natick Service Council at Thanksgiving time. In December the girls brought wrapped gifts as well as a substantial sum of money for the same organization. During January and February the girls sold candy each day after school to raise money for the bus to take them on their annual ski trip. This year, twenty-nine girls, accompanied by Miss Me Dade and Miss Kerwin, went to Snowbird Lodge in Harrison, Maine, and then on to North Conway. Early in May Miss Nosko, our student teacher, rook a group to Batsons Poo! for a splash party. Then on June 7 came our annual banquet. After a delicious buffet Mr. Thomas Steeves was the guest speaker and dancing was enjoyed to the music of the jesters. Many girls received letters, emblems, or charms. Nancy Gregg received a special award for tennis presented by Miss Gloria Vasile, Brenda Rundgren was awarded a medal as the best all-around athlete and Mary ' Mercer as the one who had done the most for the GA.A. L Rungrcn, M. Murphy, |. Van Tassel, t l.icadonc 159 r ■n i r B One of the reasons Natick may be called " The Home of Champions” is the underlying spirit and enthusiasm of the followers of our teams. This is evidenced by the 1965-66 dicering squad. These girls have worked diligently and willingly to instill in the Natick fans the great enthusiasm and sports¬ manship we have always been noted for. With the beginning of the school year came the rallies and the football games which immediately displayed the pep and precision for which the girls had been striving throughout the summer months. As the sport season continued into the winter events, both hockey and basketball the girls con¬ tinued to give of themselves by cheering an average of three games a week. The culmination of the events came when the Bay Stare League Cheering Squad met in competition at Non has tern University. The girls were awarded the trophy for the second consecutive year but they wanted this golden trophy not for themselves but so that Natick High could keep its coveted title. 162 CHEERLEADERS ANXIETY . 163 AND HAPPINESS, f b ir 45 60 38 a , “ jT 5 BJ ' J® - 38 ' SdAif it 8 ' 41 17 18 ' 23 ' 38 1 66 ‘ 65 ‘ 30 » 19 ,V Vi ' k ‘ 4 ' Fh 4v jjs ' -Kj, - JatHji ' vV •» • vxfjf ’- tirlr!« » »s «s « » i -v . VARSITY FOOTBALL Front row M. Coppelotti, M Levin, T, McEndcrfer, A, Graham, A, Sussman, J Ghetti, R Bradford. D. Bailey, J. Wilson, D. Kiiely, 13. Prtchetti, D. Trubiano, P.l Zkko. M, Collins. J. O ' Reagan, R. Hengefl J Dischcnger, S. Brown. Second row: Coach Whalen B. Niks. J Walsh, T. Thorsen, R. Ray. D. Maiden, S. Hcrscy, D. Green, G. MacParland, R. Knight, R, Robicheau, P. DTtinzenco, J. Foley, D. Dyro, J. Noone, Coach Bennett. Coach Carroll Third row: Coach Collins, P. Cukasi, D, Marshall, j. Farrell, P. Tetrault, R. Fee ley, C Leighton, V. W right, J, Ignacio, j. Janiack, P. Pal lotta, R. Sims, T. Shea, P. Robinson, Mr, Carey. Fourth row: T r Johnson, j, Mullaney, J, Gary, R, Grossman, J Fitzgerald, W. Bell, R- Leach, R. White, R. Stephenson, A. Miller, Y Fitzgerald, D. Wilson, P, Ted, S. Fowler. FOOTBALL 164 The Natick High Varsity was one of the most suc¬ cessful in the long history of Natick High football. This ream finished its season undefeated, winning eight games and tying one. The ream won the Bay State Conference Title and was the highest-scoring team in the Conference. This team also set a record for the League when it was onscored upon in its last five games. The most important and impressive wins came over traditional rivals. They took Wellesley with a hard- fought 6-0 victory and a come-from behind victory over Needham {in the rain) 8-6. The climax of this success¬ ful season came on Thanksgiving Day with a tremen¬ dous victor yover archrival, Framingham South, 44-0. Thc team also set a first in Natick football history by defeating Framingham North in the opening game, 32-6. Coached by Dan Bennett and led by Captain John Wilson many members of the Class of 1965 played an outstanding role in the success of the team. Offensively John Ignacio, Jim Ghccti, Dave Wilson, John Wight, Dave Bailey and Jeff Fitzgerald contributed to the great scoring. Defensively, Sumner Hersey, Ron Srephenson, Walt Ball, Bob Bradford, Tom Fitzgerald, and John Garry helped make this one of the great defensive teams of the state 165 i b Ssto " tmt-TF : ■■’Mra ' A ' -- r . ' dM JA f a acK :.m r- i _.v Xr %T raJR gM■ VQkJ | 166 JV FOOTBALL Front row, Augitstini, Greenberg Chiacchia, Parker Ccrulo Bar Horton. Hughes. Sheridan, Green, Fitzgerald, Corbossiro, Holden her Grafton Kerrigan, Martin Mederois. Second row: Tuscerrt, Rubin LuttreSL lennings, Disarm, Lurvey, Rule Keane. Lafayette, Craig, Sinclair Griffin Mongolian, Alley, Foley, Coleman, Giarietti, Cormier, Gay. Con I in, O ' Neil, Rinehart, Kelly, Horka. Back row: Townsend, CROSS COUNTRY First row: D. Bond C. Threat , A. Myer, D, Sauro, G, Li I ja E, Grasses R. Morse, R. Nichols, L. Nygard. Second row: Mr. Welch, C Burnham, J. Schwartz, W. Lamonu H, Forman |. Lie tier on, L, 2oll, E. Darling, P. Beliveau, F, Annesros, Coach Brans field. Back row: J. Shumrak D. Chapman, C. Clapp, J. Spurting, W. Smith, W. Fowler, P, LeMarbre, R. Hurti, R. White, D. Bernard]. Once again the cross-country team, coached by Mr. Edward Bran$field t groaned, joked, and ran through a successful season. Against the roughest competition in Bay State League history, Natick varsity compiled a highly respectable 6-2 record- The losses were to Norwood and Braintree by incredibly narrow margins on away courses. Victories included an unprecedented rout of both Needham and Wellesley and com¬ plete sweeps of the Framingham rivals. In the conference finale at Walpole, [lie Natick varsity led Norwood by a large margin and placed a close second to Braintree, As usual, the mosr striking statistics came from a powerful junior varsity. Reflecting the Natick tradition of mass participation, a fifteen-man JV squad swept through an un¬ defeated season practically unscored upon and took five of the first seven places in the conference meet, A smooth-striding junior, Paul LeMarbre, was the ream ' s outstanding runner, win¬ ning three dual meets and placing sixth in the conference wrapup. Warren Fowler and Eric Darling each had a first-place finish to his credit and both were consistently among the leaders in the dual-meet competition. Other varsity point scorers were Sandy Chapman, Billy Lament, Bob White, Bill Smith, George Lilja, and Pete Anastos. The seasons successes were accomplished with no small measure of work and grit. Fifty miles of running per w r eek was not uncommon. 168 VARSITY BASKETBALL This year ' s basketball ream finished in a third place tie with an 11-7 win record in the Bay State League, one of the most balanced and powerful of the leagues. As usual, Natick lacked height, but managed to win over bigger teams with their tre¬ mendous spirit and hustle. The highlights of the season were back to back upsets of Braintree, the league champs, and Wellesley, eliminating them from post season play. Co-captains Dave Bernardi and Walter Ball did a commendable job in leading their team to victory, Bernard i, rhe outstanding player for the Red men, was the second high scorer in the league with a 19 point average. Ball, with a 13 point average, will be remembered for his phenomenal corner shot and strong rebounding. John Ignacio, the smallest center in the league, proved himself to be a steady scorer this year, along with being one of the top rebounders in the league again. Rounding out the starting five were junior co-captains elect AI Stuart and Joe Murphy, both of whom had a good year and gained valuable experience. To back up a good team, Coacli Christie had a strong bench led by seniors Butch Wight, John Wilson. Jim Ghecri, Joe Coleman, Dick Vitale, Larry Carr and Butch McGowan, and juniors Bill Sims and Patsy Ten. With a strong JV team this year, the outlook for next year is for another success ful hoop season. Front row: Coach Christie, j. Murphy, J Wi.ehr, [. Ignacio, D. Bernard i, W. Bali, A Smart, P, Teti, Second row: Man. R. Copeland. D. Snell, J. Ghent, P McGowan, W. St ms, R, Vitale, J. Coleman. L. Carr, J. Wilson, Man. D, Blumenthal. 169 JUNIOR VARSITY 1 » TIC KU ' f ; i 12 L 23 Coach Filledes, V. Wright, K. Sinclair, P, Masgoplan, 1 . Holden, P. Driver, R. Shavone, W. Cotter, Second row: R, Pisano, D. Farrell, R. Parker, D, Young, R, Sinclair, P. D’lnnecezo, P. LeFevre, tC Stevens. J. V. BASKETBALL 1964 65 Under the guidance of Coach Tassos Filledes, the J. V r Bas¬ ketball Squad enjoyed a commendable 17-1 record during the 1965-66 season. Not only were the J. V.’s co-leaders of the Bay State League, but they also ended Braintree ' s 69 game win¬ ning streak when they beat Braintree in the greatest game of rhe season. Paul D lnnoccnzo was high scorer with Van Wright behind. Backcourt men T such as Bob Parker, Ken Sinclaire and Dave Young contributed greatly to Coach Fillede ' s quick scoring punch. Cornermen, Dave Farrell and John Holden, put strength where the coach wanted it—on the boards! Bob Sinclaire, Rich¬ ard Schavone, Paul Driver, Pete Mosgofian, Kevin Cotter, Greg Dziania and Pat LcFebvrc accounted for rhe team’s ' strength in reserve. " Managers for the team were Ken Stevens, Mike Fleming and Robert Pizano. B A L L CQ h 171 HOCKEY HOCKEY TEAM From row: R. Maxwell, J. Keniry, Capt. M. Prince, A. Ycitdoti, R Rule, R. Casey, K, Horton, Second row: Coach Calder, R. McEmkvrftr, G, Lilja t D. Sabean, L. Chiacdua, F. Medeiros, P, Pah lotra, Coach Leary, 172 The vastly-improved hockey sextet this year had a respectable season, winning six, losing four, and having three ties. The 1964- 65 team was one which was embraced by all underclassmen with the exception of a senior. Captain Men Prince, In view of the fact that so many of its members had little experience in the fast Bay State league competition, we would have to consider the season a successful one. When we look back on this campaign we think of the fine play of juniors such as Casey t Fallot ta, Maxwell, and Sabean. Wv can also look forward to sparkling performances in future years from sophomores Rule, McEnderfer, Horton, Keniry, Meder- ios, and Chiacchia. Next year Narick High will be looking for a better year with a good nucleus of returning lertermen under the leadership of captain-elect, David Sabean and Coach Bill Leary. 173 INDOOR TRACK First row: M. Fine, R. Rinehart J. Shummk, G. McPartland, P Beliveau, C. Burnham, P. LaMarbe, R, Miller, C Spuming A. Mujisen, J. Moran. W. Johnson, C. Clapp, D, Eschelfeack, D, Mar¬ shall, E. Darlings H. Forman. G. Pavcon. Second row: Coach Whelan C Welch, W, Smith, R. Cabo, .1 Spur ling. 1. Littleton, D Wilson D. Chapman R. White, P. Schwartz, R. Cotter, J. Fitzgerald R. Leach Cape P. Robinson, D. Bailey, R. Tibbetts, M Durkin, P Lunsford, W. Traber, W. Lamonr R. Morse L Zoll, D. Stoddart W, Sweeney, W. Fowler Coach Bran sit eld. Third row: R. Abramson. R. Levin, P. Putnam, D, Bond, L, Scammon, P. O ' Reagan, T, McHugh, J. Schwartz, M. Collins, D. Sauro, A Myers, L Nyg ard, R Warren, A. Cerulo. E. Brewster. C. Threatt, K r Flu mere, E. Grassey, A, Hurvifz D. Johnson, S, MacDonald, P Pram. Natick started the indoor track season in Division I of the Metro¬ politan League for the first time this year. On the first meet against powerful Weymouth Natick led by three points at the relay the last event, only to lose the relay and the meet. First place performances by Warren Fowler in the 1000, Dave Wilson in the 300 Jeff Fitzgerald in the shot put and a double win for Captain Paul Robinson were not quite enough. In the second meet, first place by Robinson in the 50, Steve MacDonald in the 300, Paul LeMarbc in the mile and strong per¬ formances by Sandy Chapman in the 2-mile and Jeff Fitzgerald in the shot put still left Natick down by 1 V 2 points, Natick beat B. C. Highs in the third meet, with wins from Paul LeMarbc, Jeff Fitzgerald Paul Robinson, Capt-Elect Walter John¬ son, and the relay team. In rhe fourth meet, first places by Paul Robnison and Sandy Chapman, and many other good efforts were in vain as Narick lost its second meet in the relay. Rindge Tech, with the strongest ream in the srae, beat Natick easily despite first places by Paul LeMarbc, Paul Robinson, and Jeff Fitzgerald. INDOOR TRACK In Natick ' s fifth meet, first places by Robinson and Fitzgerald, and strong performances by Bull Traber, Dave Wilson, and Jim Littleton kept Natick in the meet only to lose to Malden in the relay. In the final meet Natick beat Brookline for its second win and ended rhe season with a record of two wins and five losses. 174 WRESTLING TEAM Captains: P. MandcrU. M. Raider. Front row: M. Care, T Glasscr. L. Wood, D. Abbott F. Her- Sawyer, Coach Steeves. Third row: E. LeMarbe, R. Paul, her, D Nardo. P. Dolorey R- Stephenson G. Wells, B r R, Spckman, _L Cotter, D McEachern, W. Cooney. N. Do- Monaco, Second row: M. Armstrong, M. Eisen, P. Coan. K. herty, J. Feldman. Turner, R. Parsons, F. Ambmgio, J. Noonan. D. Dye. D. WRESTLING This years wrestling team under the leadership of a new couch. Mr. Thomas Steeves, compiled a deceiving 2 and 7 record as the competition in the Bay State League this year was the finest in the state. Under our co-cap tains, Mark Raider and Peter Maud els, the team worked hard ro make a good record. Ron Stephenson and Sumner Hersey were two seniors who with little com¬ petitive experience did a remarkable job. Other consistently good performers on the varsity were Don Nardo and Larry Wood. The team got off to a slow start, losing the opener to a strong Milton team and a close one to Newton South. Here they rallied to defeat Walpole. Next they went into a slump as they were defeated by Brookline. Braintree Wellesley, and Weymouth some of the strongest teams in the state. Then once more they rallied, soundly defeating Norwood and then finishing off on a sour note, losing to a strong Needham team, the state champions. Next year ' s chores will be left to co-captains elect. Eric Her her and Mike Cate with the Natick High spirit to carry on a winning tradition. 175 VARSITY BASEBALL Front row I. Coleman, D. Misda, J. Wight, R Bradford, J. Ignacio, } Gheiti, P, Schwartz, S Chapman. Coach CarrolL Second row: W, Sims, R, Harden, P, Palotta, P. Teti, K Mitchell. P. D ' Jnnecenzo, J. Murphy, P. O Regan. Captain John Ignacio VARSITY BASEBALL The 1965 edition of the Natick High School Baseball team com¬ piled a very impressive I6 2 record and a Bay State League Champion¬ ship. Tlx team automatically qual¬ ified for the state tournament and, after defeating Durfec High School in the first round 2-0, lost to Braintree 4-2 to be eliminated. There were many outstanding players on the 1963 team. Captain John Ignacio batted 352 and was a great team leader. Joe Coleman was rated the outstanding pitching prospect in New England and one of the best in the country, Joe ' s record of 20-3 over three team years will serve as a challenge to future pitchers. Bob Bradford, John Wight, Jim Gherti, Paul Schwartz, all contributed greatly to the success of the team. Coach Carroll, completing his sixth year as Baseball Coach, calls the 1965 team his greatest team. 176 JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL JV BASEBALL Front row: K. Townsend. R. Ruhl, T. Thorsen, P. Bclliveau, I. Custidio, K. Sinclair. Second row: Coach Christie. R. Shavonc. R. Parker. K. Horton. R. Williamson. K. Barber. P. Berger. 177 I. OUTDOOR TRACK OUTDOOR TRACK Front row R. Morse, W, Sivecney, G. McKcown, D. O ' Brien, P. Tctreaulr, R. CorEcr, M. Raider, P. Zicko, J. Nishanian, J r Littleton, D, Wilson, J. Fitzgerald, D. Bailey, M. Durkin, R. Ormond, R. Tibbetts, W. Limoni. P. Mandels, R. Yeoman, R, Cabo. Second row: K, FI Lime re, V. Wright, V. Wright, D Thompson, J. Schurn- rick, H. Forman, J. Sehwarrz, A. Mtisscn, D. Marshall, R Cross- man, D. McEachern, R. Stephenson, E. Ambrosia, J. Janiak, M. McNeil, D Stoddard. Third row: R. Bailey, W, Johnson, H. Nichols, H. McCampbell, G. Hughes, D. Johnson, M. Grafton, M. Fidkrr G, Djamer, R. Kopdman, A. Cerullo, M, Collins, F. Bond, K Nygard, A. Meyer, A. D ' Eramo, Fourth row: j. Irving, D, Havey, S. McDonald, H. Darling, P, LcMarbre, C. Threatt, T McCue, J. Feldman, B. Pritzker, D. Young, R, Purvey, J. Saxe, J. Moran, R. Rinehart, S. O ' Neill, P. Fram. Fifth row: C Clapp, P Anastas, D. Dye. T. Carl, A. Klarik, P. Putnam, j. Holden, R. Gusravsen, D. Eschlbach, B. Levin, J. Gianctti, P Keane, S, Aiiie. STANDING: Coaches Brans field, Whelan, Bennett, In the discus was Ron Stephenson, a real performer, who placed high in the state and conference meets with Dave McEachern. In the javelin Ed McNeil and Dennis Thompson car¬ ried the load while Pete Man dels, Mark Raider, Paul Zicko, and Bob Yeomans handled the pole vault. Greg McKeown competed in both the high jump and short distance events. The 1965 outdoor track team, led by co-captains Jeff Fitzgerald and Dave Wilson, compiled a respectable 7-2 record, placed 3rd in the Bay State League, and 4th in the Class B State Meet, This team didn ' t become champion, but bad plenty of that Natick spirit and hustle, a trademark in Natick sports. The seniors led the team on the track and in the field. In " 1QCT was Pete Mandels who was always up with the leaders and Dave Wilson, a real leader, ran the " 2 20 " . Dick Cotter, probably the hardest worker on the team, was Natick ' s best in the " 440 ' , followed closely by Paul Tetraulr, Bill Traber, Jimmy Littleton, Bill Sweeney, Dave O ' Brien, and Dennis Stoddard, The " 880“ had Warren Fowler who became a powerful broad jumper though bothered by a bad hip. The mile contained the scholar and athlete. Bill Smith, smooth-striding Dick Morse and Steady redhead, Billy Lamom, The low hurdles were tun by deet Paul Robinson, the boy who carried the team to victory many times, while Myles Durkin ran the high hurdles. In the field were many more standouts. In the shot put Jeff Fitzgerald topped the league and was one of the state ' s best. He svas backed up by Bob Ormand, Bob Tibbetts, and those tw-o versatile competitors Dave Bailey and Roger Cabo, wdio also threw ' the discus. TENNIS TENNIS D, Marble, M. Fine j. Burke, J, Fine, j. Stetson F, Bennett, Capr_ B, Hutchins K. Rose, J MatzeU owich, R. Wright R, Kahn R, Satterfield, This year s tennis team was led by Captain Brad Hutchins, His constant ability to defeat the other teams number one man enabled the inexperienced team to win eight matches and lose eight. The only returning let ter man was senior Gene Bennett who played third single. The member who played number two singles was John Metzelowich who should de velop into an excellent tennis player The doubles teams were composed of four pairs of indi¬ viduals with equal ability Bob Rose and Mike Cate Jeff Stet¬ son and John Barker, Bob White and Richard Satterfield Jeff Fine and Dennis Marble, GOLF Coach Vaughan, D. Driver R. Long R. Gmcrsu, S. Phillips, W. Niles, Opt. P, Driver, M. LflRocco, A. Coleman E, Martin R. Crane GOLF TEAM The golf team this year had a below-averacc record of three wins and six losses. The team ' s record was in no way indicative of its ability. The boys faced some of rhe toughest teams in the stare Seniors on the team were: Rick Omerso the most-improved player on the team; Steve Phillips a two-year letterman; Bill Niles, a transfer student from Assumption Prep, who was the team s leading scorer; and Rick long who served both as player and as¬ sistant to the coach. The team was captained by Paul Driver and coached by Mr, Waiter Vaughan of the Cole School VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Front row: S. Townsend, M. Mercer, J. Washington, B. Rundgrcn, D Chiacchia. M. Murphy, L. Copplestone. Second row: Mrs. Irving. R. Savolinis, C. MacDonald, M. Carey, P. DcAngelis, P. Cole, P. Story. R. Byrne, S. Todd. M. Keezer. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Once again an enthusiastic group of girls assembled in the ’dust bowl” to get ready for a busy season. With high hopes of winning most of the games, the girls spent long hours practicing corners, bullies, tackles, and dtxiges. The first game with Need¬ ham ended with a loss of 1-0. Likewise, we lost to Walpole and Wellesley but bounced back to defeat Dedham 2-0 and Framingham North 1-0 as well as Framingham South by a score of 1-0. A strong Braintree Varsity defeated us by a score of 2-0 thus ending our season with a loss of four and three wins. 180 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Fro nr row: B, Hundgren, E, Conway, M. Murphy, J. Washington! M. Mercer, M. CardeUichio. Second row: J, VanTassel, J. Laming, D, Chiacchia, J, Naylor, K. Walsh, N. HaEe. Mbs Vasiie- VARSITY With a total of five seniors, three juniors, and three sopho¬ mores, the varsity squad of the girls basketball team pushed for¬ ward to earn the record of five wins, three losses. The team played some really great games, winning over such teams as Norwood and Walpole, showing Natick sportsmanship through those and all other games played. The JV squad, consisting of one senior and ten sophomores showed the promise of a great Narick var¬ sity for 1966. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL JV BASKETBALL Front row; G. Bernstein, K. Johnson, J. Ross, R. Savolinis, Back row: P, Story G. Mahaney, D. Lciner, M. Mercereau, M. Fryklund, Mbs Vasite. JUNIOR VARSITY 181 SOFTBALL The group of skilled players who tried out for die ream deserve a lot of credit. Even when losing, rhey had lots of spirit and never gave up- The last game against Walpole showed a vastly-improved team, although they lost by a score of 10-8. They won only the game against Framingham North, bur as many of the girls are Sophomores, next year should see a radical change in the scores GIRLS " SOFTBALL Front row: D. Howard, M, Mercer, j. Ross. B, Rundgren G. Bernstein. N, Hale M. CarddJichio. Second row Miss McDade, M. Kcczfir, J. Todd. K. Walsh, V. Mahaney, j. Casey, Miss Noszko, Mrs- Irving. The girls ' tennis team had another exciting season this year. The spirit shown by the individual players facing such tennis towns as Wellesley and Needham was extraordinary Led by seniors Nancy Gregg, Dottic Fitch, and Janet Johnson the team displayed line sportsmanship and ability, it was evident from the great participation that before long Narick will rank as one of the top tennis towns in the Bay State. TENNIS L-R.: Miss Va$ik D. Fitch, J. Johnson, N, Gregg, B. Conway, N, Malloy, P. Alexander, L. Argtr. M, Carey. J, VinTasseL mi » , lEI 182 arus FALL A WARDS L-R.; S. Herscy, P. leMarbre, j. Wilson, J. Ignacio, SPRING SPORTS AWARDS Ar an Athletic Award Assembly early in December rhe William Hanni- Trophy awarded to the most valuable football player was presented to John Ignacio, Sumner Mersey received the Natick Rotary Club trophy given annually ro the most valuable player of the season. The Thomas Mallory Trophy for the best lineman of the year went to John Wilson. The Lindquist Trophy for the outstanding member of the Cross Country team went to Paul LeMarbre. 184 L-R; D. Bernardi J. Ignacio, M. BreL-n, P. Robinson, R. Rule. L’R: J Ghem, J. Ignacio, J. Wilson, J Coleman, J. Fitz¬ gerald, P Robinson. WINTER AND SPRING A WARDS WINTER In February an assembly was sponsored by the Athletic Department to honor the outstanding athletes of the winter season. Letters and certifi¬ cates were awarded to a large group of athletes who justly deserved them for their perseverance and hard work. No where can we find better school spirit than here at NJ-LS. SPORTS AWARDS Paul Robinson received the award for the out¬ standing player on the Indoor Track team In basketball the trophy for the outstanding player went to Dave Bernard! and for the greatest sports¬ manship to John Ignacio. The award for the most valuable hockey player went to Robert Rule, a junior. SPRING SPORTS AWARDS As has been the case for a num¬ ber of years our track and baseball teams have produced many out¬ standing players. At an assembly held in May, Paul Robinson was awarded the trophy for the most valuable trackman on the outdoor team this season. The most im proved performer on the team was Jeff Fitzgerald who also was pre¬ sented an award. It goes without saying that the trophy for the most valuable base¬ ball player was awarded to Joe Coleman, Certainly all who wit¬ nessed Joe on the diamond and his many friends in and out of school were thrilled to hear that he had signed with the Washington Sen a tors BEST ALL AROUND ATHLETE BEST STUDENT ATHLETE John Ignacio was the recipient of the Outstanding Athlete Award of the Class of 1961 John participated in three sports: football, basketball, and baseball In foot¬ ball John alternated at left-halfback and fullback and climaxed his football feats by scoring three touchdowns in the Thanksgiving Day football game with Framingham South, In basketball John played center for Coach Charles Christie and was consid¬ ered the top rebounder in the Bay Stare League, being a consistent scorer. In baseball, he was the regular 3rd baseman for three years, an excellent glove-man and a good hitter. He was chosen by his teammates in his senior year to captain the team. He was a member of the National Honor Society and President of the Sen¬ ior Class. John will enroll at Harvard College in the fall with a four-year scholarship. 186 BUSINESS AWARDS Mr. Charles McManus, Vicc-Principal, presented certificates and pins at the annual awards assembly of the Business Department on May 26 to sixty-four students. Out¬ standing Business Students of the year were Arlene Du bosky and Donna McLean, who received nor only the school awards, but also the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. and the Olivetti-Underwood Corporation awards. The Best Typist of the Year award was presented to Cynthia Caissie by Mr t Bayne Drown, Head of the Business Department. Professor Louis DiGiovanni, Boston attorney and professor at Boston University, was the assem¬ bly speaker and expressed his con¬ fidence in youth in his address en¬ titled, " Observations.” ' .1 v ■ ' ■ i ■ . rl f.OtLTT SCIENCE A WARDS FIRST PRIZE M, Berman—Chemistry, R. Kvrlsa—Biology, J. Jorgensen—Physics, L, Trinklcy—Grand Prize—Anatomy, Physiology, J, Coplan—Physics, W. Borden- —Physics, SECOND PRIZE R. Satterfield—Chemistry, P, Teti—Biology, M. Roberts—Anatomy, Ph ys io logy, D, Moo re—Ph ysi cs. | 8 ! i THIRD PRIZE S Rubin—Biology, J. —Anatomy-Physiology, P. Cole—Chemistry, M. Sissenwtnc, Physics. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARDS 189 Wittiest Sheik Bradley Kevin Hail Most popular Mary Breen John Ignacio Best Physique-Figure Sherry Frink Peter Mandels CLASS SENIOR Cutest Joan Lang Robert Yeomans Best Athlete Margaret Murphy Paul Robinson Best Dancer Phylis Duda Robert Tibbetts Most Likely to Succeed Louise Gross Mark Raider Best Actor-Actress Helen Grady Don Nardo Class Genius Louise Gross Bill Smith OF 1965 SUPERLATIVES Biggest Appetite Ann Bra ns field Robert Leach Best Smile Pierre Haesler Linda McAlister Prettiest Eyes Bonnie Wilson Peter Lunsford Most Versatile Judy Ignacio John Ignacio Shyest Barbara Wall Bill Smith Class Artists Nat Edwards Men Prince Most Collegiate Carol Goldberg Allan Sussman Best Dressed Janice Glines Paul McGowan Hottest Ticket Sue Fidler Robert Tibbetts Most Sincere Dotty Fitch Dave Bernard] Best Musician Amy Warts Dennis Brandt Friendliest Helen Grady Dennis Thompson CLASS PICNIC On Wednesday evening of Senior Week a large majority of the Class of 1965 gathered for the annual class picnic Despite the construction and its accompanying discomforts, every one had a wonderful time participating in the various athletic con¬ tests, swimming, enjoying the chicken barbecue, and dancing under the stars. CLASS BANQUET On perhaps one of the hottest evenings of the season the Class of 1965 enjoyed a delicious roast beef dinner in the Cafeteria. The guests of the evening included Mr. Maffeo, Mr. and Mrs. William Carey, Mr. and Mrs, Hermigar, Mr t and Mrs. McManus, Mr. and Mrs. Stick lor. Miss Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Goudet and Mr. and Mrs. Biedryzcki. Presentations were made by John Ignacio, president, to the advisors of various activities and then the entire class departed for the courtyard where dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. §j ' t • 197 On Thursday, June 10, the first formal affair of Senior Week took place in the auditorium when the members of the Class of 1965 in cap and gown marched to their Class Day exercises where their presi¬ dent, John Ignacio welcomed parents, teachers, and friends. Claudia Winters and James Coplan presented the Class History, followed by several selections rendered by the A CappeIJa Chorus. The presentation of the Class Will by Dorothy Tripp and David Brown helped liven an otherwise somber occasion. The number of scholarships awarded to deserving students gave evidence of the increased numbers of worthy and well-prepared pros- pectivc college entrants. It is to be regretted that more of our grad¬ uates cannot receive much-deserved help. CLASS DAY CLASS DAY WELCOME Parents, Teachers, Friends: During these first years of our lives, we have been guided by a great number of adults. These adults, our parents and our teachers, have experienced many problems and joys with us over this short rime. So, it is with a deep sense of awareness and gratitude, that the Class of 1965 welcomes you who have shared our hardships to share our happiness on Class Day. John Ignacio 198 CLASS HISTORY 1965 Mr. Hennigar, honored guests, faculty, and fellow classmates; Perhaps you remember that day early in September in 1962 when we, then the graduating class of Coolidge junior High and the first class ro have attended three years at Wilson Jun¬ ior High, arrived at Natick High School only to be con¬ fronted by a battery of pin-punching tesrs. As sophomores we were to benefit greatly from the ex¬ perience of chat first harrowing year. Instrumental in uniting us as a class were our class officers, Mark Raider, John Ig¬ nacio, Louise Gross, and Betsy MarkJe, We were readily impressed by the famous Natick school spirit at the enthusiastic Friday afternoon rallies. That year we also had two members of our class, Jbhn Ignacio and Rob¬ ert Leach, on the varsity squad. The sophomore team went on to an undefeated season, with the highest scoring record in Natick ' s history, only to foreshadow the greater fooitbaJl team to come. Wrestling, a sport new to Natick High, was brought to the school that fall, and several members of our class were on its first team. In October we were introduced ro the rest of the school at the annual Get Acquainted Dance. Another new organization, the Humanities Discussion Club, was initiated at the school thanks to the efforts of Mr. Sloane. By Christmas we had settled into a daily routine; now we got lost only when the school was on assembly schedule. In January we had our first bout with midyears; some of us still haven ' t recovered. A two day science symposium was held at MIT, to which Walter Bordetr was sent as a representative of the class. That March our class rook all prizes in biology at the Eleventh Annual Rotary Club-sponsored Science Fair. At the annual art tea and exhibit a first prize was taken by another member of our class, Laurie WhitchilL The Sadie Hawkins Dance, held ro raise money for the Sassamrm, and the Sophomore Dance, held shortly thereafter, were both very successful. With the leadership of Mark Raider, John Ignacio, Louise Gross, and Cheryl M icellona, our junior year was even more successful than our sophomore year. Among our achievements in this, our second year at Natick High School , were the bookstore, newly established by the Student Council, and the Debating Society, sponsored by Mr. Rooney. Our wrestling team officially joined the Bay State Confer¬ ence and had an overall record of 3 wins and 7 losses. Having practiced since the previous May. our cheerleaders, among whom were Ann Bransfield, Ava Baram, Mary Breen, Eileen Farrell, and Joan Ling, who won the Bay State League Cheer¬ leading Competition held ar Brendeis University. Chosen to participate in the U, S. Army Science Seminar Program were Claudia Winters and four seniors, who worked at the Army ' s Natick Laboratories. In the Student Council Talent Show, first prize was taken by two young men from the class of ' 65, The Travellers, Thomas Montgomery and Douglas Green. In addition ro midrerms, rn which we had become more or less hardened veterans, there was a new series of tests await¬ ing many of us: the College Board Exams. These began with the administration of the PSATs, to be followed in later months by the SAT ' s, and for rhe exceptionally ambitious, there was the NMSQT. Our varsity basketball team has a 16 and 4 record, and a final league standing of second place. Indoor track, mean¬ while, went undefeated with a 7-0 record, placing first in Di¬ vision Two of the Metropolitan Track League. Under the direction of Mr. Bach ini and Mr. Garnett, the production in March of the musical " South Pacific " was one of the most successful in school history. In April, thirty-eight members of our class were inducted into the National Honor Society. Our class again sent representatives, this time Joseph Dam- plo and Claudia Winters,to the MIT Science Symposium. At the annual science fair, our class won the first three prizes in chemistry and a number of honorable mentions in se veral fields. For the first time in our memory, the annual Sadie Hawk¬ ins Dance was a financial success, thanks to the witty sales¬ manship of Marty Siegal and Jim Nollman. Another first was Tag Day, 1 a campaign to raise funds to send a Natick student overseas through the American Field Service Program, In this drive, our class raised more money than cither of the other two classes. Penny Chapman was selected as our first overseas student and she spent the follow¬ ing summer in Norway, Due to Complications in the cafeteria, our lunch schedule was changed from four lunch periods a day to thirty-four. This new ' plan was supposed to allow us to dine in greater leisure. At the annual art tea, Laurie Whkehill was again honored, along with Leslie Adams and Deborah Darling, all of whom won prizes for their work. Deborah, in addition, won a cer¬ tificate award in Boston Globes Scholastic Arts Competition. Ar the Annual Industrial Arrs Fair, held at Fitchburg State College, Natick students won a number of awards, including seven Gold Seal Awards, the highest honors possible. Win¬ ners of rhis award from our class were: Douglas Kitely, Thomas Lovczzola, Judith Morrison, and Russell Cudmore. At this same fair, Mr. Sneklor was elected Outstanding In¬ dustrial Arts Teacher of the Year by a panel of faculty judges. Outdoor track went undefeated with an 8-0 record. The tennis team did well with a record of 10 and 6. Girls’ tennis did well, too, and Nancy Gregg was undefeated as the second singles tennis player in rhe Bay State League, It is also worthy of note that rhe girls softball team scored a major victory by winning its first game in three years. Lnsr year, after an attempt to change our Alma Mater, we stopped singing it when closing the assemblies ’in the usual manner.” John Ignacio and Mark Raider were chosen by the class of ‘65 to represent Natick at Boys ' State for a week at the Uni¬ versity of Massachusetts. This program, sponsored by the Massachusetts American Legion, is an assemblage of high school boys from all over the state for the purpose of studying and practicing the fundamentals of town and state govern¬ ment. 199 Ar our prom, " Midnight Masquerade ' Mary Breen and Helen Grady reigned as courr princesses. Ail of which brings us to September, 1964: For our senior class officers, we elected John Ignacio, David Wilson, Louis Gross, and Cheryl Miceliotta, Our well-season, two thousand pound, twenty-two legged gridiron menace, headed by Captain John Wilson, brought us the fourth undefeated season in Natick High history, and first place standing in the Bay State League. At the Thanksgiving Game rally, we were treated to the sight of Dennis ' Chopper 11 Thompson leading the most unforgettable squad of cheer¬ leaders we had ever seen. Our other cheerleaders, for the second consecutive year, came in first in the Bay State Cheerleading Championship competition. In this group were Ann Brans field, Ava Baram, Joan Lang, Lynn Morrissey, Eileen Farrell, Judy Ignacio, and Mary Breen, captain of the squad. Impressed and somewhat mystified by all this was Pierre Hacsler, our APS exchange student from Switzerland. That fall the Leaders Corps was introduced in the Girls " Physical Education Department. Our cross country team had a 7 and 2 record, taking third place in the Bay State Con¬ ference. The Honor Society, in conjunction with the Future Teach¬ ers " Club, initiated a student tutoring service, and a substitute teaching service for the benefit of all students. Under the leadership of Mark Raider, John Wilson, Judy Ignacio, and Helen Grady, the student council ser up a bulletin board for student use. Guided by Mr. Englehardt, the Science Club, an outgrowth of the former Science Quiz Team, was organized. For the convenience of all students working on science proj¬ ects, the club set up a non-profit materials ordering service. Five members of the class, Walter Bordett, David J t Brown, James Coplan, Claudia Winters, and Joseph Dampio, were selected to participate in the Army Science Seminar Program, which involved working at the Army’s Natick Laboratories after school two or three days a week. The group worked on such projects as " Experimental Space Diets " " ' Polymer Plas¬ tics under Irradiation ’ and ’’The Determination of Intrinsic Viscosity of Polyvinyl Aeeatc " fa prize-winning tide, to be sure!). This program proved to be an invaluable experience for all. Our senior play, " Blithe Spirit 1 was highly successful. Perhaps this was due in pari to our parade, a noisy but enthusiastic motorcade led through town by a 1929 touring car, Tliis year, Sassamon edited by Glenn Durfee, saw a number of innovations. The paper ran a campaign to increase sub¬ scriptions, which permitted a reduction in advertising space from one and one half pages per issue to only one sixth of a page per issue. With the increase in subscriptions, Sassamon circulation is now 1100 copier per edition. Another new feature is the Redman, a literary magazine published three times a year and edited by Betsy Markle, In step with increasing school enrollment, Mr. Sdcklor was appointed second vice principal; Mr. O ' Sullivan was ap¬ pointed chairman of the Industrial Arts Department. A new head librarian. Mrs, Milliard, became a member of the faculty last September. Since then, more students have had access to the library, and more books have been circulated than ever before. In fact, during the first semester of 1964, over 10,000 students made use of rhe library facilities, and 5788 books were circulated. Even more impressive is the continually rising number of students using the library fa¬ cilities. During their second league season, the wrestling team, alias " Mark ' s Raiders turned in a record of 2 and 7. The varsity basketball team, eo-caprained by David Bernard! and Walter Ball, had an overall record of H and 7 giving Natick a three way tie for third place in rhe Buy State Conference. Make that record i I and 8 if you include the game against the faculty- on N Club Night! The girls ' basketball team had a 5-3 season, defeating Needham for the first time in years. Due to its excellent record in past years, our Indoor Track team was moved up to Division One in rhe Metropolitan Track League, With this increased competition, we had a 2 and 5 season. At the annual Christmas assembly, Nathalie Edwards, for the third consecutive year, won the prize for die best home¬ room mural Topping off the winter season was the Christ¬ mas Cotillion. Thirteen members of the class of 1965 won National Merit Letrers of Commendation and four, Donald Hutchins, Wil¬ liam Smith, Dorothy Tripp, and Claudia Winters, were an¬ nounced as semi-finalists. At this years art exhibit, Leslie Adams, Martha Keezer, and Deborah Darling were awarded prizes. Receiving Gold Keys in the Scholastic Art Awards sponsored by the Boston Globe were Nathalie Edwards and Laurie Whitehill. Laurie’s paint¬ ing, also a blue ribbon winner, was sent to New York for further judging. Were sure you remember the day early in March when we were rudely subjected to the first ’’real " fire drill in Natick High history. At the Thirteenth Annual Science Fair, four members of our class won first prizes: Linda Trinkley for her project in Advanced Biology, Walter Elordett and James Coplan for their work at rhe Army Laboratories, and John Jorgensen fur his " Electric Milky Way Machine ’ The Business Awards Assembly pointed up much new talent. For typing, shorthand, and other business skills, cer¬ tificates were awarded ro many members of the class of 1965, of whom two of the most outstanding were Arlene Du bosky and Donna MacLean. This year’s musical, " My Fair Lady ’ had an immensely successful two night stand, thanks to the efforts of all con¬ cerned. Produced and directed by Mr. Bach ini and Mr. Gar¬ nett, the show provided funds for the band ' s new uniforms, Bach ini-Garnett Productions will have to find a new manager, however, with the graduation of its able directress, Nancy Gregg. Another feature of the newly uniformed music department is its twenty-odd piece dance band, probably the largest for miles around. Three seniors, Richard Glashow, Claudia Win¬ ters, and Amy Watts, played in the District Orchestra held at Beverly, Massachusetts, in January. Richard Glashow was selected to go on to the All-State Orchestra in mid-April. The Sadie Hawkins Dance was the most successful to date, netting $275 for the Sassamon. Marty Siegal and Jim Noil- man, in their fortunately inimitable style, again DJ‘d the affair. The Honor Society held its induction ceremony, initiating twenty members elected from the senior class since last year. The Society also announced its first scholarship, the money for which was raised by the Honor Society D ance. This year the Future Nurses Chib has also initiated a schol¬ arship program, and plans to award two scholarships. Construction began this spring for a new addition to the school The occupation of land by building equipment has created for rhe students a severe parking problem. Also, this spring, the volume of sales of 3 x 5 cards at Fairbanks jumped about 300%, for reasons painfully familiar to most of us! This year was no exception for MV, McNally ' s IR classes, which made their annual Pilgrimage (to the UN, that is). Before wc depart this morning, and resume the busy ac¬ tivities of senior week. Sr is fitting that we reflect for a mo mem on the memory of Mrs, Marie Anderson, better known to many of us as Miss Dona hoe. We were privileged to have had her with us. In closing, we would like to offer special thanks to our faculty advisors, Mrs, Goudet and Mr. Biedrzycki, and to Miss Shannon, for their help and devotion to our class and to our teachers, who have tried in every way possible to give us the opportunities for an excellent education. Both Natick High School and we as a class have changed a great deal dttr- ing these past three years, but lasting impressions have been made which shall remain with us for a long time to come. The history of the class of 1965 will not end with our gradu¬ ation; it will conrinue to be written throughout the years by all of its members who uphold rhe traditions of Natick High School Claudia K. Winters fames Copkn 1965 i kupr m L V? ' 1 «$»« We, the unsurpassed multifarious class of 1965, being col- Iccrively of sane mind and sound body, do herewith bequeath our List Will and Testament in the firm belief that it will be accepted in the spirit in which it is intended, that of fun. To Mr. Henmgar, Mr. McManus and Mr. Stickler we leave our sincere thanks for treating us mercifully so that we have survived, unscathed, our three glorious years in the crowded chambers of NHS. To Miss Shannon, we leave our grateful appreciation for all the wonderful things and the great quantity of work she has done for us. To our great class advisors, Mrs. Goudet and Mr. Biedrzycki, we leave many thanks for the hours they have dedicated to us, the good advice they ' ve given us and the patience they have shown us. Furthermore, we leave them the best of luck with the next class they advise. Thank you, so very much. To Mrs. Brown we leave our thanks, a super-giant size bottle of aspirin, and a patented thermometer guaranteed to distinguish a genuine illness from the extraordinary malady caused by overwork and worried thoughts of tests the next period. No words can express our gratitude to Mr. Garnett for the many long hours lie spent with us to make our class play, CLASS WILL 1965 Blithe Spirit, a success, and to Mr. Bachini and Mr. Garnett for our musical, My Fair Lady, the greatest ever. We leave you both very sincere thanks and our bloomin ' cockney ac¬ cents to be awarded to any future class that may be able to use them as successfully as we did. To our sometimes beloved and always long-suffering teach¬ ers we leave our thanks, all the homework assignments [wc never did and the thought that no other class will ever be quite like us. We also make the following bequests to indi¬ vidual members of the great faculty that has contributed so much to the success of our three years here at NHS: We, John Lutrell and Sheila Bradley, being the only Seniors in Espanol 211, leave Miss Ciannavei with the rest of the burros. The Senior athletes leave Mr, Carey their admiration and gratitude and all the sweatshirts that weren’t stolen. We, the Anatomy and Physiology classes of E and G pe¬ riods, leave Mr, Filledcs rhe prep-room—CLEAN! and well stocked with apples, lollipops and instant coffee. i, Linda ZacchiJJi, leave my broken skirt zippers to Miss Vasile. To Miss Helen Connolly, we of A period English do be- stow a Bachelor of Sidewalk Engineering Degree. I, Walter Kenneth Bordetc, leave Richard Clayton (as in Rulwer) Satterfield to Mr. McNally in the hope that he can find some use for him. We p Barbara, Jean, Carol, Lorraine, Jams, Mary, Valerie and Marjorie, leave to Mr. O ' Sullivan a giant size case of throat lozenges, I. Debby Bixby leave Mr. Colombo finding my date for the Proin. Bill Klopcr and Rich Hynes leave Mr. Drown a well- stocked stockroom and an autographed picture of Mandy. We, D period Clerical Practice, leave to Miss McDade, an engraved copy of Rule 16. Homeroom 156 leaves a wild Perrona Plant as a gift in saluting Mrs, Offerniann’s first year. Congratulations! Wc, the Guidance Librarian, leave to Miss Nutt a clean office and some valentine candy; to Miss Rafferty a missing piece of cake and a sign telling the period currently in prog¬ ress; to Mr, Scanlon a real office full of people to see him; to Mr. Andrews a good morning and a good afternoon; to Mr. Rosen a good typist and a quiet guidance library; and finally to all of them a king-size bottle of tranquilizers and five giant-size pairs of earmuffs. We, judi Herb and Gladys Smith, leave to Miss Weinitrailb the missing rime watches. Wc, the Wilson twins Bob Spekman and Martin Siegel, leave to Mr. McNally 7 823 pages of notes and a Russian translating secretary. We, E period Comp. Math, leave Miss Johnson " no such animal. " We, the members of the C period library crew leave Mrs. Mulford and Mrs. Oldfield a silence sign and a one year sub¬ scription to a national " art " magazine by which to remember us, forever! We, the Senior members of Mr. Anderson ' s D period Chemistry class, who always make sure to taste, smell, and listen to every chemical reaction, leave Mr. Anderson a book entitled Twenty Rfiles for Safety in the Lab t or How to Blow up Your School in One Easy Lesson. We, the Public Speaking class, period E, leave Mr. Dan Bennett with the thought that Mitch Fiddler wiiJ be back next year. We, the 1963-64 Chemistry 301 class, leave to the Comic Chemic a model of a B 17, with a padded couch for the tail Gunner. We, the girls of the G.A.A. ski-trip, leave Miss McDadc the cat she never put out. We, rhe Seniors of B period Arts and Crafts class, leave Miss Poulin " the arrangement of details in an orderly fash- » ion. We, B period Modern Problems Class, leave Mr. Marcoux a handbook entitled " Hpw to Succeed in College Jim Burke leaves his pair of M and H drag slicks to Mr. Culhane. I, Gail Carnegie, leave one whole apple to Mr. Harrington in the hope that this time he will be able to eat it himself. We, the Seniors of French 313, leave to Miss Hamm— David Korenberg. We, rhe members of Homeroom S-200, leave Reject Tech to Captain Terry in the hopes that he will take good care of it and keep it well supplied. We, rhe students of E period Physics 401, leave ' Operation Cottontail to Mrs. Mu 1 ford and our ' progress reports to Mr. Bennett. We, the birds of Mr. Marcoux s F period Modern Problems class, leave on rhe ‘Gwavy Twain. " I, Scott Grafton, leave to Mrs. Daniel the ability to say " no " when rhe Office asks to see someone at the end of the period. We, Christopher Pratt and Richard Ray. leave to Mr. Culhane a set of Encyclopedia Britannica and a Webster i Unabridged Dictionary to replace us. We, the members of Mr. BransfiekTs B period Comp Math class, sound in mind and body in September, now leave math, sound in body only! To Mr. Dyer from E period M.P. class; a Honda 305 to keep up with the boys going to lunch. English 401 and 102 leave Miss Ward three thousand shares in 3 x 5 index card stock company. We, the Senior girls of Chemistry 313, leave Mr. Anderson the homework assignment we didn ' t have to do. We, the D Period Modern Problems class, leave to Mr. Carroll " The Brooklyn Bridge! " We, Homeroom A-167, leave to Miss Bonazzoli: " Donald, close the door, " " John, turn around, " " Bev. stop miking, " and " Mr Balcom get rid of rhe gum 1 I, Walter Kenneth Borden, leave to Mr. Louis F. Colombo my Universal Fudge Factor of 2,5, in the hope that he will give it to the most deserving student in his Chemistry 301 class. We, the members of the LR classes do hereby leave to Mr. McNally a long-playing album including chhe following songs; l) " Red Sails in the Sunset, " 2) " I knew you were ambitious, but YouVe gor a lot of deGaulle 3) " 16 Mega tons-—What do you bet? 1 ' i j " Walking to Montgomery, " and the latest Viet Namese dance craze: " One-Two, Coup d’Etat ' In addition, rhe following srudems make these special personal bequests: 1, James Coplan, bequeath one slightly-used, twenty-pound briefcase to whoever is man enough to lug it around. I, Sharon Burns, leave the dancers of " My Fair Lady the best of luck in next year’s musical. 1. Jim Walsh, leave my book, One Hundred and One Things Not to Say at Executive Board Meetings to the mem¬ bers of the Junior Executive Board. 1, Barbara Swanson, leave an unfinished sweater, a broken watch, and two free trips on the Swanson Taxi Service to Bob MacDonald. I, Earl Fahey, leave my pan and sponge to any junior or sophomore, in desperate need of extra merits. I, Sue Townsend, leave my nickname " wrinklcy nose " to any underclassman who can face up to it. We, the members of the Senior Class leave our sincere thank-you for a Great Prom. 1, Martin Siegel, leave to any junior who plans to go out for his senior play, my book entitled How to Get Mononucle¬ osis in Three Easy Steps. 1, Ava Baram, leave my line, " And they tell us real rough! " to any cheerleader with the voice for it. We, Robbie, Wolf, Sus, Head, and Mawh, leave the ' .45 Club " to anyone who is able to perform our feats. We, Gail Carnegie and Bev Adams of Spanish 311, hand down the titles of Don Quixote and Sancho jPanza to our sweet sophomore sisters, Carol and Roberta. I, Marc Manson, do bequeath to David Harris my grapling hook, face black ener, infra-red binoculars, and my commando boots, in order that he may serve Mr. Whelan in a more active capacity. 1, Mary Breen, leave my squad of 14, i, Cathie Ross, leave to Mary a one Davis my second-year shorthand book. Good luck. You ' ll need it. I, Stephen Phillips, leave Sue Young a king-size safety pin in hopes rhat it may keep her wrap-around skirt wrapped. We, Ginny Marat has and Betsy Marklc, leave our discarded candy wrappers in assembly for those juniors who are stupid enough to get caught chewing gum. We, Dave Bernard!, Jim Ghetti, Dave Bailey, and John Ignacio can ' t leave our knees. We, Jean Peterson and Gail Jensen, charitably leave Bar¬ bara Kamanitz one year to change her opinion of seniors. We, the " Seven Sisters " : Leslie Adams, Trish Crowley, Debby and Dotty Fitch, Karen Linton, Michaele Powers, and Bonnie Wilson, leave . . . with Michaele up front and Karen behind! We, Judi Ignacio and Michaele Powers, leave a little extra support to anyone in the junior class who chinks he needs it as much as we do. We, the senior members of the Natick Federal Baseball Team, Janice Fialkow, Janice Papa, Linda Trinkley, and Jan tee McNicholls, leave Sue Walsh a king-size box of Sugar Jets and an autographed picture of Anaed BIbkrogh. 1, Dug Moore, leave, Paul LeMarbre the best of luck in trying to avoid rhe " Cross Gnintry Captain ' s Jinx.” I, Ennio Ferrari, leave my Bonneville to anyone fast enough to catch it. I, Donald Leone, return the " Adults Only " sign ro the up¬ stairs library. We, the seniors of bus 2 A 3B, hereby bequeath to Anne Woods and Kathy Petrie a fully automatic, fully guaranteed alarm dock, permanently preset for 5:30 A.M. 1, Tom Fitzgerald, leave to the underclassmen, one scarred, gOp-top thumb, and my parking space in the drive-in, the thirteenth row behind the refreshment stand 1, Donald Snell, do leave my cheerleading skirt for any fu¬ ture Thanksgiving rally to whoever thinks he can get into it. We, the members of homeroom S-238, leave one slightly used blackboard drawing-— " Don ' t anyone dare erase it! " I, Ginny Inferrere, leave my sun lamp to anyone who wants second degree burns. 1, Helen Grady, leave all the bills of the bookstore; to next year ' s Student Council treasurer. Good luck in court! We, Debbie Darling and Laurie Whit chill, leave to Ruth Worman two letters of acceptance, one letter of rejection, and one apology from RlSD Take your pick. I, Suzt Fletcher, leave to Sherry Rubin a trivial flock of integral, arbitrary shoes. I, Bruce D ' Agostino, bequeath to David Catarius all my manual dexterity and Mr. Mannix’s fond regard for me. We, Barbara Wall, Connie Wharton and Donna Chiacchia, leave Cindy Adams our empty lunch table. I, Doug Green, leave one blue Vespa scooter to anyone with a teaspoonful of gas. L Edward Stockwell, make the follow ' ing bequests: three years of unused lunch periods to anyone who wants to save money; a gravel to rhe National Society in the hope that there will be order in next year ' s meetings; a Teddy Bear to be delivered in one week. We, Bob Charron and Doug Brien, leave one petition for a ha If-day of school, consisting of 450 names, to any juniors who think they can get away with it We. Larry Gruppi, Doug Johnson. Brad Hurchins, Charles Leighton, and Mr Lucky, leave to next years homeroom A-161, the title, " Little Casino. To Jim Discnger, the new president of DHA, i leave the title: " Charlie Leighton and the Hot Doggers. " We, the senior members of the varsity basketball ream, leave two years ' supply of Right Guard to Patsi Ten. I, Leslie Hescock n leave my beautiful blue Chevy convert¬ ible ro any un deed ass man who can grind gears be t ter than I can! I, Mary Littlefield, leave my fake bandage to anyone who doesn’t want to dance in gym. I, Judi Ignacio, leave to Doreen Gross, Paula Licadone, and Audrey Sheppard, a blue ribbon award and J,A and all the things he taught me. We, Sharon Burns, Mary Jean Collins, Reggie Symonds, and Lorraine Peterson, do hereby leave " Zayre ' s Zoo, " our be¬ loved place of work, to Linda Gaudet, Barbara DesMarais, Lowell 11sley, and Ruth Beesley. L Kim Winters, leave my status as the " Token Integrator " of Integrated Physics 401 to any junior gril crazy enough to try it. We, Dave Bailey and Paul Morgan, leave our unexpected vacations to anyone in the school with a sense of humor better than ours. We, John Ignacio and Ann Bra ns field leave, hungry We, the Unholy Five—Ellen Bergner, Lindy East, Janice G lines, Sue Fletcher, and Bonnie Low—leave wirh the hope that our luck gets us into and through college. We, Margaret Okun and David Willis, leave to future classes: Greenwich Village, two pairs of smoke-fillecf lungs, four bloodshot eyes, one slightly-used pipe, 81 battered ear¬ rings, and a front table at Boston s Club Unicorn We, Zip and Tib, do hereby leave our big mouths and even bigger shoes ro any juniors who feel they can fill them. 1, Donnie Wallace, leave fifty feet of rubber on the parking lot leaving school I, Nancy Hastings, leave my Air Force book covers to any¬ one else who has an " interest in that field, 1, Cheryl Micelotta, leave my name. " Mouse, " to any junior girl who is 5 ' 2 " and Italian 1, Dennis Thompson, member of the Great class of 1965, leave my nickname, Chopper, to any boy who can compare with it 1, Gail Berstein, leave all my toys to whoever is mature enough For them. We, Doug Green and Doug Bricn, leave one pair of musty, cut-off sweathirts and dungareer ro any beach boy with sand in his dirty sneakers We, the senior members of Mr. Anderson’s E period Book¬ keeping class, leave it ro anyone who can figure ir out l I L Nancy Gregg, leave ro Mtchaele Powers one tooth to fill the hole that was dug while playing an innocent game of tennis, l, Susan Taylor, do hereby leave my dimple to any soph¬ omore girl who is strong enough to carry ' it for two more years I, Ellen Bergner, bequeath to Sue BiUian the heritage of Peipeianna with the hope she will live op to the legend. I, Penny Chapman, leave my disqualified AATF test to Barbara Knight l. Cheryl Micelotta, leave ro the nexr senior treasurer this thought: " Patience is your greatest virtue and happiness is when all the dues arc paid and you can take a rest,” Good luck; you ' ll need it, We, the boys from Wethersfield, leave Richard Rubin the moon, and hope that it will always remain full I, Dave Wilson, leave a state of perpetual probation from the National Honor Society to any worthy junior member. We, Walter Bordett, David Glucksman, Susan Biggart, Laurence Ober, and Margaret Holloway leave the Wisdom of Omar to Noel Biggart, Loretta Levitz, Karen Kobrin, Roberta Kriger and anyone else neurotic enough to appreciate it. We the former members of Junior Honors English, leave all rhe " aspects of Senior Honors English to any juniors brave enough to take Honors English. To all the underclassmen we, the entire Senior class, leave our parking spaces and the walk through no-man ' s land; our deserted Safety Patrol posts and lost badges; our forged library ' and student passes; our numerous gym excuses; our forgotten locker combinations; our empty lunch tables; our bartered and annotated books; and the challenge (which you can ' t possibly meet) of living up ro our stupendous athletic, academic and exrra-Curricula achievements Finally, we leave rhe thought that all your memories of our greatness may in some small way console you for rhe deep sorrow which you will certainly feel on June 13, 1965 Signed: Dorothy Tripp David J Brown Witnessed by: jane Offermann RECEPTION The legendary town of Camefot where rain never fell formed the backdrop for the summer evening of the Senior Reception The castle battlements greeted the guests as they arrived on June 11, 1965. After each couple passed over the drawbridge they were escorted to the Receiving Line by a member of the Class of 1966, sponsors of the occasion. The striking decorations based on the Arthurian theme created a tone of quality, pleasure, and happiness for a splendid evening. For the first time the inner court¬ yard was opened and the lovely couples strolled or sat to chat with friends between dances. 204 The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Queen and the introduction of her princesses. From among the many lovely and charming young ladies the guests chose Mary Breen to reign and juniors Susan Dillon and Caryn Sandrew to assist her. This was truly a lovely evening. 205 GRADUATION On Sunday afternoon under cloudy skies and with a chill wind blowing across Memorial Field 500 students received their diplomas from Mr. Paul Ambler, Chairman of the School Com¬ mittee. Because of the threatening weather the diplomas were pre¬ sented first. Then several selections were given by the chorus. Since the clouds had lifted at that point, an attempt was made to present the four student speeches. After Louise Gross and William Smith had concluded rhetrs, rain drops began to fall and Mr. Henmgar announced the program would be concluded. Station WKOX agreed to broadcast all of the speeches for the listening public on Monday, June 14. 206 Parents! Teachers, and Friends; Today marks the completion of a solid foundation for what we hope will one day be a great edifice. The edifice is the life of each member of the Gass of 1965, and the solid fundatton, the instruction, by example, of our parents and teachers. We begin today to build on that foundation which you have established for us. h is with pleasure that we bid you welcome this afternoon. 207 Commitment to World Leadership William Smith Commitment to Civic Responsibility Louise Gross commitment to Education Joseph Damplo DONALD C. ABBOTT Cross Country 3; Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board 3 4; Science Fair 2 P 3- BEVERLY E ADAMS Glee Club, 2; Executive Board, 2 3 4; Year¬ book Art Committee, 4; A Cappella 3. 4; Science Fair 2 T 3, 4; Decorations, Prom 3; Decorations Cotillion, 4; Pep Club, 2 3 4; Musical 3, JEFFREY N. ADAMS Glee Club, 2; A Cappella, 3 4; Musical 3, LESLIE A. ADAMS Glee Club, 2, 3; Sassamon Art Staff 4; Year¬ book Arc Committee, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Prom Decoration Committee, 3; Cotillion Decoration Committee 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; Ushercrt, Senior Play 4; Properties Committee Senior 4 Sophomore Dance Decoration Committee, 2: Refreshment Committee, 2, NANCY R, AITKEN Band 4; Glee Club 2 3, 4, KURT W. ANDERSON Track, 3, Hockey, 2 Sassamon Board, 2 t 3 4; Science Club 4; French Club 4, LOUISE M. ARENA Sassamon Board, 2 3, 4; Future Teachers Club, 4; Pep Club, 3; Ticket Gmumrtee Prom 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee, 3. PAULA A, ARMENJO Business Service Club, 3. DAVID T. BAILEY Football, 2 3 4; Track 2 3 4; N Club, 3, 4; Gym Club 2, 3- RICHARD C, BAKER Track, 2, 3 ROBERT A. BALCOLM Track 3; Hockey 2; Safety Patrol, 4; Meteor¬ ology Club, 4. WALTER j. BALL Basketball 2 3, 4; Football 2 3 4; N Club 4. Actimtirs AVA L. BAR AM Safety Patrol 4; Honor Society 4; Sassamon Business Staff, 3; Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee 4; Cheerleader, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Executive Board, 3 4; Sassamon Subscription Committee, 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Club 3 4; Library Aide, a; Nurses Aide 3 4; Decora¬ tion Committee Prom 3 LAURENCE D. BARKER A Cappella, 3, 4; Musical 3 4; Science Fair, 2 3, 4; Football 2 KEVIN H. BARNICLE Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Honor Society 3 4; Sassa- mon Board, 3, Future Teachers ' Club 3 4; Science Fair 3. GREGORY J. BATTEN U her, Senior Play, 4- Football 2 WILLIAM A, BAXTER Wrestling, 4 MARJORIE L BEAN Future Teachers ' Club 2, JUDITH M, BEG LEV ' Refreshment Committee, 4, Cotillion. MICHAEL R. BENES Football 3; Golf 2 4. EUGENE I. BENNETT Tennis 2 3, 4. ELLEN R, BERGNER A Cappella, 4; Usherette, Senior Play 4; Exec¬ utive Board 2; Pep Club Council, 4; Sopho¬ more Dance Committee 2; Industrial Arts Fair 2; Decoration Committee, Prom 2; Deco¬ ration Committee Prom, 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee Cotillion, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. DONNA J, BERMAN Safety Patrol, 4’ Sassamon Board 3 4; Pro¬ gram Committee, Prom, 3; Library Aide, 2 3; French Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club. 3, 4; Science Fair 2. DAVID P. BERNARD] Basketball, 2, 3 4; Cross Country 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4; N Chib, 2 3, 4, GAIL N. BERNSTEIN Softball 3; Glee Club, 2; Publicity Commit¬ tee Prom, 3; Ticket Committee, Senior Play, 1; Pep Club, 4; Library Aide, 3 4; Science Fair 2. ROBERT F. BIGELOW N Club 3; Wrestling, 2 4 SUSAN L, BIGGART Glee Club, 2; Sassamon Board, 3, 4 W Honor Society 3 4: Decoration Committee Prom 3; Library Aide 3 4; Humanities Club, 3 DEBORAH M. E1XBY Sasamun Board 3, 4; Executive Board, 2; Pep Club, 3, 4; Drama Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers 1 Club, 3, 4; Refreshment Committee Prom 3; Science Fair Committee 3, DAVID S BLUMENTHAL Band, 2 3 4; Track, 3 4; Basketball Manager. CAROL A. BOND Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Publicity ' Committee Prom, 3 WALTER K. BORDETT Safety PatroL 2 3 4: Honor Society 3 4; junior Science Symposium 3; U. S Army Seminar, Program, 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Usher, Class Day 4, DENNIS A. BOUDREAU Track, 2, 3, 4; N Club 2 3, 4 ROBERT A, BRADFORD Baseball, 2 3 4; Football, 2. 3 4; Track, 2 3; Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2; Student Council, 3. N Club, 4; Usher, Graduation 3; Science Fair, 3 4; Cotillion Committee 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Decoration Commit¬ tee Prom, 3 SHEILA D. BRADLEY Sassamon Board, 2, 3 4; Sassamon Business Staff 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee, 3 4; Senior Play Committee, 3, 4; Senior Musical, 4; Dramatic Club, 2; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4: Pep Club, 2. DENNIS J. BRANDT Band 2, 3. 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Music Committee, Prom 3; Drum Major, 4. ANN B. BRANSFIELD Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Student Council, 4] Sassa¬ mon Board, 2 3 4; Cheerleader, 3, 4: Execu¬ tive Board 2 3 4; Nurses’ Aide 2 3; Science Fair 2 3 1; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4; Pub¬ licity Cotillion 4: Decorations, Sophomore Dance 2; Usher Class Day and Graduation 3; Refreshment Committee Prom 3. 209 WARY T. BREEN Student Council, 3, 4; Cheer leader, 3, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4; Executive Board, 3, 4; Nurses ' Aide, 4; Cotillion Committee, 4; Prom Com¬ mittee, 3; Sophomore Donee Committee, 2; Prom Princess, 3 DOUGLAS BRIEN Glee Club, 3; Cotillion Committee, 4. Cafeteria Marshall, 3; N Club, 3, 4 BECERLY R. BROUWER Yearbook Subscription Committee, i; Pep Club, 4. CHERYL J. BROWN Senior Play Publicity and Properties Commit¬ tees, 4; Glee Club, 3; Honor Society, 3, -1; A Cappdla, 3, 4; Guidance Library, 4; Dramatic Club, 2, 3; French Club, 4; Cotillion Publicity Committee, 4; Musical 3; Yearbook Subscript tion Committee, 4; Girls ' Quartet 3; Human¬ ities Club, 3; Science Fair, 3. NANCY E. BROWN Sassamon Board, 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, i; Pep Club, 3, 4; Prom Decoration Commit- fee, Sadie Hawkins Ticket Committee. 3. DAVJD J. BROWN Science Club, I; Science Seminar, 4; Meteor¬ ology Club, 3; Cross Country, 2; Science Fair, 3, RICHARD BUCKLER Safety Patrol, 4, MARK BURACK Science Fair, 2; Industrial Arts Fair, 2, JOHN M. BURKE Tennis, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 2. SHARON BURNS Sassamon Board, 3, 4; Musical, 3; Science Fair, 2; Pep Club, 3, 4; Prom Ticket and Decora¬ tions Committees, 3; Sassamon Publicity, 4. ROGER J. CABO Usher, Class Day and Graduation, 3. CYNTHIA CAISSIE Yearbook Subscription Committee, i: Business Service Club, 4; Refreshment Committee, Cotillion, 3, CHARLES L CALLAHAN Basketball. 2: Future Teachers ' Club, «. LAURIE CAMPBELL Art C lub, 3 4; Pep Club, 2: Prom Decorating Committee, 3. GAIL L. CARNEGIE Glee C lub, 2; A Cappdla, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 2, 3; Pep Club, 4; Future Teachers Club, 4; Publicity Committee, Cotillion, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee, 2, STEPHEN D. CARON Musical, 3; Wrestling, 3; Gymnastic Club, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show, 2, 3. LARRY R. CARR Basketball, 2, 3, 4, BARBARA P, CARUSO Homemaking Club, 4. JAMES C CASEY Cafeteria Marshall, 4. ALAN C. CHAMBERLAIN Tennis. 2 Safety Patrol, 4; Glee Club, 3 ,4; Science Fair, 2, 3; Executive Board, 3, DUNCAN G. CHAPMAN Baseball, 2, 3; Basketball, 2; Track, 3, 4; Senior Play Tickets, 4; N Club, 3, 4; Sassamon Sub¬ scription Committee, 4. PENELOPE J. CHAPMAN Glee Club, 2, 3, i; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4: Guidance Librarian, 4; A. F. S. 3; Humanities Club, 2; Science Fair, 2, 3; Publicity and Decoration Committees, Cotillion. 4; Musical Pu blicity Committee, 3; Prom Decorating Committee, 3, ROBERT H, CHAR RON Golf, 2: Cafeteria Marshall, 4. DONNA M. CHIACCHIA Softball, ?; Field Hockey, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2; Honor Society, 3, 4; Year¬ book Subscription Committee, 4; Publicity Committee, Cotillion, 4; French Club, 4; A Cappella, 3, 4; Refreshment Committee, Prom, 3; Refreshment Committee, Sophomore Dance, 2 . ROBERTA L CLOW G.A.A., 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4; Refreshment Com¬ mittee, Prom, 3; Business Service Club, 4; Humanities Club, 2, 3; Campaign Manager, 3. KEVIN B. GOAN Photo Club, 3, 4; Radio Club, 3. PETER M. COFFEY Cafeteria Marshall. 3. JOSEPH H. COLEMAN Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4. MARY JEAN COLLINS Pep Club, 3; Future Nurses’ Club, 4. JOHN CONNOLLY Basketball Manager, 3, 4; Photo Club, 3, 4, KATHLEEN M. CONNOLLY Honor Society, 3, 4 RONALD CONNORS Cafeteria. Marshall, 4; Photo Club, i. GLENN C CONROY Hockey, 2; Glee Club, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4. GAIL CONWAY Pep Club, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, 4, GEORGE F. CONWAY Gym Club, 3. JAMES COPLAN Honor Society, 3, 4; Science Quiz Team, 4; Science Seminar Program, 4; Humanities Club. 2, 3. LAURA J, COPPLE5TQNE G.A.A., 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2; Decorat¬ ing Committee, Prom, 3; Christmas Cotillion, 4; Future Nurses’ Club, 3. 4; Pep Club, 4; Clinic Aide, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee. Lapp COR BOS1ERO Safety Patrol, 4, RICHARD COTTER Track. 3, 4. PATRICIA COUGHLIN Business Service Club, 4; Pep Club, 4; Year¬ book Subscription Committee, 4; Yearbook Typing Committee, 4. ELLEN L CRAIG Gym Club, 2, 4; Invitation Committee, Prom, 3. MARY F, CRAIG Pep Club, 4j Library Aide, 4. PATRICIA CROWLEY Glee Club. 3; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 3; Cotillion Committee, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee, 2: Prom Decorating Com¬ mittee. 3; Future Teachers Club, 4: Pep Club, 3. 4; Senior Play Usher, 4; Sassamon Subscrip¬ tion Committee, 4. RICHARD F. CULLINANE Cafeteria Marshall. 4, WALTER CURLEY Football, 3- BRUCE V. D ' AGOSTINO Wrestling, 4; Radio Club, 4, RUSSELL DAME Phoro Club. 3, 4, JOSEPH A, DAMPLO Football, 2; Science Club President, 1- Captain, Science Quiz Team, 4; Science Seminar. 4. MARJORIE D. DANIELS Glee Club,: 4.; J AQUELINE DANIS Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Prom Publicity Committee, 3; Science Fair. 2: Sopho¬ more Dance Refreshment Committee, 2, CARL DARBY Gym Club, 3. DEBORAH A. DARLING Glee Club, 2; A Oappella, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2, 4; From Decoration Committee, 3: Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Year¬ book An Committee, 3; Music Committee, Shopomore Dance, 2; Industrial Arts Exposi¬ tion, 2. 210 MAUREEN P. DAVIS Business Service Club, 3; Yearbook Subscrip¬ tion Committees 4; G.A.A., 2; Ticker Commit¬ tee, Musical, 3 NEIL F DOHERTY Wrestling, 4; Graduation Usher, 3, MARI ANNIN A O ' ER A MO Business Sen ' ice Club, 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4. OLIVE DIXON Future Nurses ' Club, 3, 4; Program Committee, Prom, 3; Pep Club, 3, 4, UNDLEY DORAN Tennis, 2; Student Government Representative, 1; Student Council, 4; Senior Play, 4; Safety Patrol President, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Science Fair, 2; Pep Club 4; Prom Decorating and Publicity Committees, Shopomore Dance Publicity Committee Chair¬ man, 2; Safety Patrol, 2, 3, 4, MARIANNE E. DORPEMA Glee Club, 3, 4, MARGARET H, DOUCETTE Basketball, 2; Field Hockey, 2: Business Ser¬ vice am 3. JULIE DOW Art Club, 3 DIANA L. DRISCOLL Glee Club, 2; A Cappella 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee, 2; Musical, 4; Student Council, 4, ARLENE E DUBOSKY Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Guidance Librarian, 4; Business Service Club, 3; Year¬ book Literary Staff, 4 GLENN R. DURFEE Safety Patrol, 2, 3, 4; Editor, Salmon, 4; Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 4; Sadie Hawkins Ticket Committee, Chairman, 3; Science Fair, 2; Yearbook Literary ' Staff, 4. MYLES P. DURKIN Track, 2, 3, 4, RICHARD DYRO Baseball, 2, 3, 4; N Club, 4; Football, L ELLEN EAST Future Nurses ' Club, 3 t; Program Committee, Prom, 3; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 2, 3» 4; Nurses ' Aide, 3, 4 NATALIE N EDWARDS Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Board, 3, 4; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4. PETER G. EGNITZ Safety Patrol, 2; Ticket Committee, Prom, 3. EARL N. FAHEY Tennis, 2; Sassamon Business Staff, 2, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee, 3; Future Teach¬ ers ' Club, 3, 4; Decorating Committee, 4. RICHARD FANCY Student Council, 4; Track, 3- KATHLEEN M EANDEL Sa f era Patrol, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Commit¬ tee, 3; Library Aide, 3, 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee, f; Pep Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, 3, 4; Ticket Committee, Sadie Hawkins Dance, 3- FAYE M FANJNl Future Nurses ' Club, 3; Future Teachers ' Club, 4, EILEEN M, FARRELL Glee Club, 2; Sassamon Business Staff, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Cheer¬ leader, 3, 4; Business Service Club, 3, 4; Art Club, 4; Nurses ' Aide 3, 4: Pep Club, 3, 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee, 4. PAUL G, FAY Football, 2. ROBERT P. FEELEY Football, 2 t 3, 4, ENNIO FERRETTI Track, 2, JANICE M. FIALKOW Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2; Pep Club, 2, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Commit¬ tee, 2, 3. SUSAN F1DLER Pep Club, 3, 4; Nurses ' Aide, 4; Library Aide, 3; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Art Club, 3; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Prom Decora¬ tions, 3- JUDITH R. FISCHER Glee Club, 2 4; Prom Decorating Committee, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee, 2; Pep Club, 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Club, 3 4; Clinic Aide, 3, ■(; Science Fair 3 ,4; Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH FITCH Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Usherette, Senior Play, 4; APS Subscription Committee. 3; Literary Staff, Year¬ book, 4; Executive Board, 3; Pep Club, 4; Cotillion Queen, 4. DOROTHY FITCH Safety Patrol 3, 4; Student Council 4: Execu¬ tive Board, 3, 4; Usherette, Senior Play, 4; Cotillion Queen, 4; Guidance Librarian. 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Pep Club, 3; Decorating Committee, Prom and Cotillion; Business Service Club, i. JEFFREY M FITZGERALD Baseball, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 4; N Club, 3i 4, THOMAS J. FITZGERALD Football 2 3, 4; Track, 2; Hockey 2: N Club, 3. 4, JUDITH R. FLEMING Honor Society, 3 4; Library Aide, 3, 4; Pep Club. 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 2; Future Teachers ' Club, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Senior Play Publicity Committee, i; Science Fair, 3. SUSAN L FLETCHER Future Teachers ' Club, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, i; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Prom Decoo rating Committee, 3. WARREN D. FOWLER Track, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country, 2, 3, 4; N Club, 4; Prom Decorating Committee, 3. CAROL A. FRIKART Nurses ' Aide 2, 3, 1 SHERRY L. FRINK Safety Patrol 4: Gym Club, 4. RONALD B. GARNICK Golf. 3 4; Wrestling, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee Chairman, 4, JOHN J. GARRY Football 2 3 4; N Club, 4. ROBERT GARVEY Cafeteria Marshall, 4. BRIAN GATELY Decorating Committee, Cotillion 4. CHERYL H, GAVIN Future Nurses ' Club, 2; Glee Club, 2. 3; Pep Club, 4. PHILIP L GAYTON Track, 3 BONNIE GEREAU Homemaking Club, 2, 3, JAMES A GHETTI Baseball, 2, 4; Basketball, 2 3 4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4; N Club 3; Executive Board 3; Prom Decorating Com¬ mittee 3- RICHARD A, GLASHOW Band 2 3 4; Orchestra, 3 4; Dance Band 2 3 4; Prom Music Committee, 3, JANICE C GLINES Safery Patrol, 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2 3; French Club, 4; Pep (dub, 3, 4: A CappeEla, 4; Usherette, Senior Play. 4; Senior Ticker Committee, 4; Decora¬ tion Committee, Prom, 3; Publicity Chairman, Sadie Hawkins Dance, 2; AF5 Contribution Committee, .L DAVID GLUCKMAN Weather Club. 4. 211 CAROL GOLDBERG Sassamon Bead, 3, 4; Pep Club ;2, 3 4; Year¬ book An SmE, 4; Cotillion Decorating Com¬ mittee, 4; Guidance Librarian, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee Chairman, 3. LEONARD GOLDMAN Glee Club, 2, ALAN M. GOULD Cafeteria Marshall, 4 HELEN M. GRADY Safety Patrol, 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Board 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3; Nurses ' Aide S; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Usherette, Prom 3; Dramatic Club, 2 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee 3; Student Council 4; Senior Play, 4, KEVIN GRADY Track, 2 3, T SCOTT GRAFTON Senior Play, 4; Choir 4. ALBERT GRAHAM Cafeteria Marshall, 4; Track 2; Football 2, 3 4, LYNDA GRANDE Basketball, 2; Glee Club, 2; Future Nurses ' Club, 3. STEPHEN GRAY Football, 2; Track 2; Junior Ptum Committee, 3 . DOUGLAS F. GREEN Football, 3 4; Executive Board 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee, 4; Prom Music Com¬ mittee, 3; Talent Contest 3; A Cappella, 3 4, MARY L GREEN Business Service, 4 NANCY J. GREGG Basketball, 2 3, 4; Tennis, 2, 3 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Guidance Library, 4; Science Fair, 2, 3; Executive Board, 3, 1; Dramatic Clinic Aide, 4; Prom Decorating Committee 3; Assistant, Senior Play, 4; Clubj 2, 3, 4; Humanities Club, 2, 3; Future Teachers Club, 2 LOUISE M. GROSS Safety Patrol, 2, 3 4; Honor Society J 4; Class Treasurer 2; Nurses Aide 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4- Prom Usherette, 3; Sassiumm, 2, 3 4; Class Secretary, 3 4; Student Council 2, 3, 1; D.A.R, Good Citizen 4. PRISCILLA M, GULKO Safety Patrol, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club, 4; Future Nurses Club, 2, 3 4; Invitation Committee Prom 3, PiERRE V HAESSLER Student Council, 4; Honor Society Honorary Member, 4, LORRAINE HAHN Senior Play Properties Committee, 4; Invita¬ tion Committee, Prom 3, Science Fair, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, 4; Refreshment Com¬ mittee, Sophomore Dance, 2. JEAN HALL Pep Club, 2; G.AA, 4. RAY HALL Band, 3. PATRICIA HAMILTON G.A.A, 2; Humanities Club, 2; Gym Club, 4, RICHARD HARVJE Prom Decorating Committee, 3- JOANNE HASGILL Field Hockey, 2 ROBERT HASS Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Weather Club, 2, NANCY HASTINGS Glee Club 3 r 4; Clinic Aide, 4; Future Nurses ' Club, 2 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Commit¬ tee, 4 RONALD HAVENS Basketball, 2 CAROL HAYNES Future Nurses Club 3 4; Pep Club 4; French Club, 3 LINDA HAZEN Tennis, 2; Honor Society. 3, I: Sassamon Board, 2 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3; Publicity Committee, Musical, 3; Publicity Committee, Senior Play, 4; Yearbook Subscription Com¬ mittee 4; Sassamon Subscription Committee, 3, 4; Senior Play Reading Committee, 4 NANCY HEALY Glee Club, 2 3, 4. STEPHEN HEFFRON Golf, 2 3, 4 ROBERT HENGEN Football, 4. TUDI HERB Future Nurses’ Club, -2 3; Pep Club 3- C. SUMNER HERSEY Football, 1 , 3. 4; Traik, 3 4; Safety Patrol, 3 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Executive Board 2; N Club 3, 4. DAVID HILL Football, 3. CYNTHIA HILLIARD Sessamon Board, 2, 3 4; Pep Club, 4; Human¬ ities Club, 2; French Club 3; Publicity Com¬ mittee, Senior Play, 4; Decorating Committee. From 3: Properties Committee, Senior Play 4 Publicity Committee Cotillion 4; Redman, KAREN HOEY Business Service Club, 3, 4; Sassamon Board, 3 4. 212 DANA HOLBROOK Baseball 2- Executive Board, 2, 3 4; Prom Ticket Committee, 3; Cotillion Ticket Commit¬ tee, 4. MARGARET HOLLOWAY Safety Patrol, 3 4; Glee Gub, 2; Senior Play Cast, 4; A Cappdla, 4; Humanities Club, 2, 3; Debuting Society, 3; French Club, 4. MARY HUARD G.A.A, 2, 3; Glee Club 2 3, 4. SUSAN HUGHES Clinic Aide 4; Library Aide 4, ELLEN HUMEZ Humanities Club, 2, 3; Debating Club, 3, i, French Club, 1 BARBARA HURD Future Nurses ' Club 3 4 Pep Gub, 1 BRADLEY HUTCHINS Tennis, 2, 3, 4. DONALD HUTCHINS Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4. RICHARD HYNES Business Service 2 3 4; Music Committee, Sophomore Dance 3; Cafeteria Marshall, 3. JOHN IGNACIO Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3 4; Football, 2 3 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Honor Society 3 4; Student Council, 2, 3 4: Musk Committee, Prom, 3; Christmas Cotil¬ lion, 4; N Club, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Vice President, 2 3; President, 4, JUDITH IGNACIO G,A,A., 2 3, 4; Basketball 2 3, 4; Safety Patrol. 3 4; Student Council Secretary 4; Pep Club 2 3, 4 Nurses Aide 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Executive Board, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee, 4; Student Council Dance 4; Fu¬ ture Medical Gub 4, VIRGINIA INFERRERE Glee Club, 4, Future Teachers ' Club, f Pep Club, 4; Prom Decorating Committee. 3; Cotil¬ lion Decorating Commiiee, 4. CAROL JACOBS Glee Club, 2, 3; Future Nurses ' Cub, French Club 2; Art Club 4. X 4; JUDITH JAMES Basketball. 2, 4; Softball. 2; G,A,A., 4; Libratv Aide, 4; Gym Club, 1; Sadie Hawkins Dem- radng Committee, 3 GAIL JENSEN Tennis, 3; G.A.A., 4: Prom Program Commit¬ tee. 3; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Senior Play Properties Committee, 4; Publicity Com¬ mittee. Musical, 3 JANET JOHNSON Softball, 2 Future Teachers ' Club, 3 4. ANDREW JONES Glee Club 3, 4; Musical 3 4. ROBERT KAHN Wrestling 4; Safety Patrol 1. MARTHA KEEZER G.AA., 2 ,3, -i; Band, 2 3; Orchestra 2 , 3; Field Hockey, 2 . 3. 4; Softball. 2. 3, 1; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4 SUSAN KEHOE Future Teachers ' Club, 2 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Glee Club. 2t Pep Club, 4; Publicity Committee Musical, 3; Properties Committee. Senior Play, 4; Publicity Committee, Senior Play, 4; Invitation Committee, Prom. 3; Library Aide, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4 STEPHEN KELLY Band, 2; Dance Band 2; Orchestra, 2. THOMAS KELLY Track, 3. FRIEDA KENNEALY G.A A.i 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey, 2, 3. KATHY KIMBALL Band 2, 3 4; Publicity Committee, 3; Future Nurses ' Club, 4; Clinic Aids, 4, DOUGLAS KITELY Football, 4; Cafeteria Marshall, 4 WILLIAM KLICKA Wrestling, 3 WILLIAM KLOPER Glee Club, 2; Sassamon Board, 2; Business Service Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 2 3, 4; Humanities Club, 2, 3. ROBERT KOFMAN Dance Band, 2 t 3 4 SHARRON KRUTE Humanities Club 2; French Club, 3; Library Aide, i, 4: Science Fair, 2, 4. DAVID KUPPS Track, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LA MONT Track, 2, 3, 4; N Club, 4 JOAN LANG Safety Patrol, 2, 3, 4: Nurses ' Aide, 3, 4; Sci¬ ence Fair, 4; Cheerleader, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion, 4; Prom Committee, 3: Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Pep Club, 2 3 4; Sassamon Subscription Commit¬ tee, 4 ROBERT LANGLEY Basketball, 3 ALBERT LAVEZZO Track, 3, 4. BEVERLY LAWSON Business Service Club, 4; Yearbook Subscrip¬ tion Committee, 4: Pep Club, 4; Christmas Cotillion Committee, 4 JAQUELINE LEACH Business Service Club, 3 ; ROBERT LEACH Baseball, 2; Basketball, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4: Track 2 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall, 4: N Club 4. MARSHA LEAHY G.A.A., 2, 3 4; Ticket Committee. Senior Play, 4: Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Future Nurses Club, 4; Library Aide, 3 4; Prom Decorating Committee, 3. CHARLES LEIGHTON Basketball 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track, 2; N. Club, 4, A. EDWARD LEMARBRE Tennis, 4: Wrestling, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 4 DONALD LEONE Cafeteria Marshall, 4 JUDITH LES1CA Executive Board 3, 4 Future Nurses Club, 4 JUDSON LEWIS Glee Club, 2; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Sassamon Subscription Committee, 4; Student Council Dance Committee, 4; Usher, Thanks¬ giving Game, 4 MARY LEWIS G.A.A., 2; Glee Club, 2; Business Service Club, 4; Library Aide, 2; Pep Club, 4: Homemakine Club, 4. KAREN LINTON Business Service Club, 3; Yearbook Subscrip¬ tion Committee, 4; Pep Club, 4; Executive Board, 4; Decorating Committee, Cotillion, 4; Decorating Committee, Prom, GAIL LIFOFSKY Executive Board 2, Future Nurses ' Club, 2, 3 4; Glee Club 3, Ticket Committee, Senior Play, 4 CAROL LISKA Future Nurses’ Club, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4; Year¬ book Subscription Committee 4; Sassamon Arc Committee, 4 JUDITH LITCHFIELD G.A A, 2 3, 4; Glee Club. 2, 3. 4 Basketball 2 3. 4; Field Hockey, 3 4. MARY LITTLEFIELD GA.A., 2 3 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Hotkey 2 3 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. JAMES LITTLETON Football, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; N Club, 4; Science Fair, 4; Usher Thanksgiving Game, 4 RICHARD LONG Golf, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2; Decorating Committee, Prom, 3. S, BONNIE LOW Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Properties, 4; Humanities Club 2; Prom Usherette, 3; Prom Program Committee, 3; Student Council, 4; Executive Board. 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, PETER LUNSFORD Football 2; Track, 2, 3 4, HUGH MACGILLVARY Golf, 2. DONNA MACLEAN Business Service Club. JOSEPH MALEK Track, 2. ELEANOR MALJCK Band, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3 4; Invitation Committee Prom 3; Library Aide, 3, 4; Humanities Club 2 3; French Club 4; Future Teachers ' Club. 3 4. PETER MANDELS Track 2, 3 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; N Club LEWIS MANN Track, 2, 3 Cafeteria Marshall 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4; Decorating Co ra¬ mi tee. Cotillion 4; Radio Club President, 4. MARC MANSON Glee Club, 3, 4, VIRGINIA MARATHAS Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Subscription Committee, 4; Decorating Committee, Cotil¬ lion, 4; Executive Board 2 4; Science Fair 4 BETSY MARKLE Sassamon Board 2, 3 4 l Student Council 2, 3; Executive Board, 2; Class Secretary, 2; French Club, 3 4: Redman Editor, 4; Invitation Com¬ mittee, Prom, 3; Library Aide 4; Senior Play Reading Committee, 4; Staff Editor, Sassamon, 4. JOHN MASTRO Band, 2, 3, 4. LINDA MCALLISTER Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Glee Gob, 2; Honor Sod- ery, 3 4; Guidance Librarian, 4; Nurses Aide, 4; Executive Board, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Decoraring Com¬ mittee. Prom, 3; Decorating Committee, Cotil¬ lion, 4. judith McCarthy G A,A„ Z CAROLE MCCLURE Business Service Club, 4. BRUCE MCCORMACK Baseball, 2 3 4, JANIS MCDONALD Sassamon Literary Staff, 4; Glee Club, 2. KATHERINE McDONOUGH Future Nurses ' Club, 2, 3. 4; Clinic Aide, 4; Pep Club, 4; Science Fair, 2; Senior Play Pro¬ perties, 4; Cotillion Publicity, 4; Publicity, Musical, 3; Prom Decorating Committee, 3; Sophomore Dance Committee, 2. DAVID McEACHERN Football. 2- Track, 3, 4; Wrestling, 4; Ticket Committee, Senior Play, i; Science Club, 4; Science Quiz Team, 4 PAUL McGOWAN Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 4- marcia McGrath Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers’ Club, 3 t 4; Refreshment Committee, From, 2, GREGORY McKEOWN Track, 2, 3; Science Fair, 3. EDWARD MCNEIL Track, 3, 4. JANE McNJCHOLS Guidance Library, 4; Decorating Committee. Prom, 3; Ticket Committee, Senior Play, 4; Refreshment Committee, Cotillion, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, 3, 4; Pep Club, 4, DEANE McROBERT Baseball, 2 3; Cafeteria Marshall, 4, CYNTHIA MEADE Glee Club, 2; GAA, ( 4 LAURIE MELCHIOR RI Business Service Club, 3, KATHLEEN MELCHIOR R1 Business Service Club, 4; Pep Club, L MARY MERCER G A,A 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey, 2, 4; Basket¬ ball, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET MERCHANT Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Guidance Librarian. 2, 3; Pep Club T 4; Future Nurses ' Club, 4; Executive Board, 2; Decorating Committee, Prom; Deco¬ rating Commitee. Cotillion, 4 BONNIE MEYER Glee Club, 2; Yearbook Subscription Commit¬ tee, 4; Future Nurses ' Club, 3, 4, CHERYL M1CELOTTA Student Council, 3; Business Service Club, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee 3: Cotillion Committee, 4; Pep Club, 2. LINDA MILLEN Band, 2. 3. 4; Dance Band, i. Safety Patrol, -i. DAVID MISC1A Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Gifctcna Marshall, 4; LIshcr, Thanksgiving Game, 4. THOMAS MITCHAM Future Teachers’ Club, 2, 3; Harmony, 3, 4, JANE MITCHELL Glee Club, 2; Yearbook Subscription Commit¬ tee, 4; Senior Play Properties Committee, 4; Nurses ' Aide, 4; Library Aide, 3, 4; Refresh¬ ment Committee, Cotillion, 4. KATHLEEN MONTGOMERY Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance, 2; Senior Play Publicity Com¬ mittee, 4; Prom Refreshment Committee. 3; junior Class Election Clerk, 3. THOMAS MONTGOMERY Football, 2; Musical, 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee, 4; Talent Show Winner, 3. DOUGLAS MOORE Track, 2; Cross Country, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol, 4; Glee Club, 2 r 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4; N Club, 3 4; Cafeteria Marshall, 4; Science Fair, 2 3i 4. PAUL MORGAN Baseball, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3 f 4; Hockey, 2; Student Council, 2; Cafeteria I Mar¬ shall, 2, 3, 4; Prom Decorating Committee, 3. ULLAFNE MORRIS Safety Patrol, 4; Future Nurses’ Club, 4; Ex¬ ecutive Board, 3, 4; Invitation Committee, Prom, 3; Refreshment Committee. Cotillion, 4, LINDA MORRISSEY Cheerleader, 4; Pep Club, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 3 4; Prom Decorating Com ml tee, 3; Publicity Committee, Cotillion, 4; Future Teachers ' Club 3; Nurses ' Aide, 3. 4; Senior Play Publicity Committee, 4; Sophomore Dance Com mi tec 2. PATRICIA MORSE Business Service Club 3 4; Pep Club, 4. RICHARD MORSE Track, 3, 4; Cross Country, 4. MARGARET MURPHY G.A.A., 2 3, 4; Gym Club, 2 3 4. DON NARDO Glee Club, 2; Senior Play Cast, 4; Student Council. 4; Wrestling, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; Chairman Publicity Committee, Prom, 3; Musical, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4 ROBERT NATION Yearbook Literary Committee. 4, IOYCE NAYLOR Softball, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball, 2 3; G A.A„ 2, 3, 4, SANDRA NEUS Safety Patrol 2 3, 4- Glee Club, 3, i; Sassa¬ mon Board, 2 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance, 2; Prom Decorating Committee, 3: Pep Club, 2. 3 4; Science Fair 2, 4. DONALD NICHOLSON Football, 2 3. GEORGE NfMS Football 2. JOSEPH NISHANTAN Track 2, 3. JAMES NOLLMAN Font ball, 2; Cafeteria Marshall, 4; Disc jockey, I 2 3; Executive Board, 2; Publicity Commit ret i for Sadie Hawkins Dance, 2; Student Council Dance, 1; Cotillion, 4, LAWRENCE OBER Photo Club, 3 4; Debating Society, 3; Sassa 1 mon Photographer 3 4, DAVID OBRIEN Track, 2 3, 4, SUSAN O ' HARA Senior Play Cast, 4; Glee Club 2. 3 4: Mu¬ sical 3; Future Nurses ' Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 2, 3; Decorating Committee, Sophomore Dance; Usherette Prom, 3; Science Fair Chair¬ man 4. MARGARET OKUN Band, 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Sassamon Board, 2 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff 1; Humanities Club, 2, 3; Executive Beard, k Science Fair, 2 3; Prom Invitations, 5. RICHARD OMERSO Golf, 2, 3, 1 ROSE ONORATO Refreshment Com mi nee Cotillion 4, CHERYL PAINE Band, 2; Pep Club, 3; Sassamon Literary Staff, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee 4, JANICE PAPA Prom Refreshment Committee 3, SUSAN PAQUETTE Glee Club, 2 3. Homemaking Club, 2. PATRICIA PARRA Science Fair Committee 2; Yearbook Disiribu tion 3- JEAN PETERSON Honor Socjiy, 3 4; Future Teachers’ Club, I 3 4; Science Fair, 2; Glee Club, 3. LINDA PETERSON Glee Club. 3; Pep Club, 2. LORRAINE PETERSON Executive Board, 2, 3; Pep Club, 4; Purine Teachers ' Club 4: Science Fair, 2, MALTREEN PICARD Musical 2, 3; Clinic Aide, 4; Future Nursed j Club, 2, J: Gym Club, 3; Refreshment Committee Cotillion 4; Yearbook Subscript ► tion Committee, 4. STEPHEN PHILLIPS Golf 2 3 4. GAIL PORTER G.A,A, 2 3; Band 2 3 4; Clinic Aide, 4| Library Aide 2 3 4; Future Nurses’ Club, 2 I 3. 4 MICHAEL PORTER Football, 2; Track, 2; Projection Club, 2, 214 MICHAELE TOWERS Baud, 2; Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Orchestra, 2; Senior Play Cast, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 3, 4- A Cappdk, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Musical, 3. CHRISTOPHER PRATT Track, 2 S 4; Glee Club, 4. MEET PRINCE Hockey, 2, 3, 4: Captain. 4; Yearbook Art Committee, 4. MARILYN PUPA Home-making Club, 3, 4. MARK RAIDER Track, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling, 2, 3, 4; Band, 2; Safety PaErol, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Stu¬ dent Council, 2. 3, 4; President, 4; Class Presi¬ dent, 2, 3; Chairman, Prom, 3; Boys ' State Representative, 3; N Club, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4; Good Government Representative 3; Decorate ing Committee, Cotillion, 4, RICHARD RAY Football, 2, 3, i; Sassamon Board, 3, i; Senior Play, 4; Stagecraft, 3, 4; Musical, 3, 1; Debat¬ ing Society, 3, 4; Humanities Chib. 2, 3; N Club, 1. LINDA REED Business Service Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Staff, 4 MARY A. RICHARDS Hockey, 2: Tennis, 4; Senior Play Ticket Com¬ mittee, 4; French Club, 4; Future Teachers’ Club, 4; FRANK RIVERS Football, 2; Track, 3; Gym Club, 2 3, 4. WENDELL RJZZO Track, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club, 4. DU A BE ROACH Honor Society, 3, 4; Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 2; Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4; Read¬ ing Committee, Senior Play, 4; Decorating Committee, Prom, Sadie Hawkins, Dance, , KATHLEEN ROBBINS G.A.A., 4, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee, MARIE ROBERTS Glee Club. 2 r 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 2; Human¬ ities, 2, 3; French Club, 3; Senior Play Pub¬ licity Committee, 4; Cotillion Publicity Com¬ mittee, 4, PAUL ROBINSON Football. 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; N Club, 3, 4; Sassamon Subscription Committee, 1; Decorat¬ ing Committee, Soph omore Dance 2. PHILIP RINEHART Football, 2 Track, 2; Band, 2, 3 CATHERINE ROQS Business Service Club, 3, 4, DZINTARS ROZITIS Hockey, 2. KATHRYN RYAN Executive Board, 2, BREND RUNDGREN G.A.A., 3, 4; Glee Club, 3; Softball, 2, 3, 4; Hockey, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4, KAREN SAUNDERS G.AA. 2, 3 t 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers ' Club, 3, 4; Vice-president, 4; French Club, 3. i; Vice-president, 3, 4; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee, 4; Science Fair, 2, 4. DOROTHY SAVIANO Business Service Club, 1; Pep Club, 3; Future Teachers’ Club. 4; Guidance Librarian, 4. RICHARD SAWYER Stagecraft, 2, 3, 4, ELLEN SCHNEl DERMAN Honor Society, 3. i: Executive Board, 3; Prom Invitations. 3; Future Nurses ' Club, 4; Art Club, ' 1; Senior Play Publicity Committee, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4. MARGARY SCHULMAN Band, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band ,4; Dramatic Club, L 4; Library Aide, 4; Musical, 3, 1; Science Fair, 4. CATHEYN SCHULTZ Science Fair, 2; Business Service Club, 3. 4; Senior Play Properties Committee, 4; Pep Club, 4; Guidance Librarian, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4. PAUL SCHWARTZ Baseball, 3, 1; Track, 3, 4, ANNE SEERY G.A.A., 2; Business Service Club, 3, 4. STEPHEN SHIND Band, 2; Golf, 2; Cafeteria Marshall, 1; Radio Club 3: Yearbook Literary Staff, 4. MARTIN SIEGEL Honor Society-, 3. 4; Senior Play, 4; Executive Board, 3, 4; Science Fair, 3, 4; Cafeteria Mar¬ shall. 4; Yearbook Liirary Staff, 4; Senior Play Publicity Committee Chariman, 4. FRANCIS SIMS Cross Country, 2. NORMAN SIMS Football, 2; Glee Club, 2, 3. DONNA SINCLAIR G.A.A., 2, 3; Hockey, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3 MORGAN SINCOCK Track, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall, 4; Ticket Committee, Senior Play, 4, Cross Country 1 , 3. MICHAEL 5ISSENWINE Meteorology Club, 3; Science Quiz Team, 4; Debating Society, 4. 215 DENNIS SLACK Band, 2 ,3, 4, GLADYS SMITH Glee Club, 2; Business Service Club, 3; Home- making Club, 4, MARJORIE SMITH Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A., 3. WILLIAM SMITH Track, 2, 4; Cross Country ' , 2, 4; Honor Soci¬ ety, 3 4; Tennis, 2, 3; Sassamrm Board, 3, 4. DONALD SNELL Basketball Manager. 2, 3, 4; Football Manager, 2 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall, 4; N Club, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4. SUSAN SNELL Band, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2 t 3. 4; French Club, 4, ROBERT SPEKMAN Wrest line, 2, 4; Safety ' Patrol 3 4; Executive Board, 3, 4: Honor Society, 3, 4: Ticket Com¬ mittee, Prom. 3. TAMES SPURLING Track, 2, 3, 4; Gym Club, 2, 3, 4. CHARLENE STACY Usherette, Class Day and Graduation, 3 HOWARD STEINBERG Humanities Club, 3; Debating Society, 3. RONALD STEPHENSON Football 2 3, 4; Track, 3, 4; Wrestling, 4; N Club, 4. BARBARA STEWART G.A.A., 2; Future Nurses’ Club, 2, 3, 4 DENNIS STODDARD Track 4 EDWARD STOCKWELL Honor Society, 3, 4; Executive Board, 3: Ticket Committee, Prom, 3 NELSON STONE Football, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling, 4; Gym Club, 4, CAROLYN STUART Sassamon Literary Staff, 4. ALAN SUSSMAN Football. 2, 3. 4. BARBARA SWANSON Band, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 4; Yearbook Sub¬ scription Committee, 4; Phomgraphy Club, 3; Executive Board. 2. WILLIAM SWEENEY Track, 3, 4. REGINA SYMONDS Glee Club. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 4; Future Nurses ' Club, 4- Pep Club, 3; Majorette, 3, 4; Decorating Committee, Cotillion, 4, SUSAN TAYLOR G.A.A., 2. 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Properties Com- micee, 4; Refreshment Committee, Cotillion, 4; Pep Club, 4; Executive Board, 2; Ticket Com- mitee, Senior Play, 4. PAUL TETRAULT Football, 3. 4; Track, 3. 4. JANICE THISTLE Pep Club, 2. DENNIS THOMPSON Football, 2, 3; Basketball, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3; Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Ticket Committee, Prom; Usher, Prom, 3. JOHN THOMPSON Wrestling, 4; Safety Patrol, 4; Student Council, 2; Ticket Committee, Prom, 3; Ticket Commit¬ tee, Cotillion, 4; Debating Society, 3; Usher. Thanksgiving Game, 4. RICHARD TIBBETTS Track, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3; Music Committee, Prom. 3. JANET TODD Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Pep Club, 3, 4; Business Service Club, 3, 4; Gym Club, 4. RICHARD TINSLER Executive Board, 2, 3; Sophomore Dance Deco¬ rations Chairman; Prom Decorating Commit¬ tee, Art Club, 3; Science Fair, 1, 3; Track, 2; Yearbook Art Committee, 4; Usher, Senior Play 4; Student Council, 1; Sassamon Sub¬ scription Committee, Safety Patrol. SUSAN TOWNSEND G.A.A., 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol, 4. Glee (dub, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 2; Future Nurses’ Club, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee, 2; Refreshment Committee, Cotil¬ lion, 4; Sassamon Board, 3, 4. WILLIAM TRABER Football, 2, 3, 4; Track. 2, 3, 4; N Club, 4; Gym Club, 2, 3, 4. DIANE TREFRY Business Service Club, 3. LINDA TRINKLEY Safety Patrol, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2, 3; Sci¬ ence Fair, 3; Guidance Librarian, 3, 4; Futrue Nurses’ Club, 3. DOROTHY TRIPP G.A.A., 3; Tennis, 3; Glee Club, 2; Honor Society, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Library Aide, 4; Musical. 3; Senior Play Properties Committee, 4; Publicity Committee, Cotillion, 4. SARAH TROY Pep Club, 3, 4; Decorating Committee. Prom, 3; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4. THOMAS VENEZIA Track, 3. RICHARD VITALE Basketball, 2, 3, 4. JAMES VORCE Cafeteria Marshall. 4, BARBARA WALL Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Li¬ brary Aide, 4; Properties Committee, Musicals. 3, 4. JAMES WALSH Baseball, 2; Football, 2, 4; Track, 3, 4; Safety Patrol, 4; Executive Board, 4; N Club, 4. JEAN WALSH Pep Club, 2; Horaemaking Club, 3; Yearbook Literary Staff. 4. JOSEPHINE WASHINGTON G.A.A., 4; Pep Club, 4; Gym Club, 4. AMY WATTS Band, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses ' Club, 2, 4. BARBARA WELCH Art Club, 4; Refreshment Committee. Cotillion, 4; Industrial Arts Fair, 2. CONSTANCE WHARTON G.A.A., 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3. 4; Honor So¬ ciety, 3, 4; Science Fair, 2; Senior Play Reading Committee, 4. ROBERT WHITE Track, 4; Cross Country, 4; Tennis, 3. LAURIE WHITEHILL Honor Society, 3. 4; French Club, 3; Science Fair, 2; Industrial Arts Fair, 2; Yearbook Art Committee, 4; Reading Committee, Senior Play, 4; Art Club, 3, 4; Musical, 2; Decorating Committee, Prom, 4; Sophomore Dance, 2. VIRGINIA WHITTEMORE Senior Play Cast, 4; Sassamon Board, 4; Library Aide, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2, 4; Science Fair. 2; Yearbook Subscription Committee, 4; Deco¬ rating Committees, Prom, 3; Cotillion, 4; Stu- denr Council Dance. PAUL THEROUX Baseball, 2; Basketball. 2; Track. 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol, 3; Gym Club, 2. JOHN WIGHT Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Football, 2. 3. 4; N Club, 3, 4. JAMES WILLIAMS Gym Club, 3, 4. DAVID WILLIS Honor Society, 3, 4; Senior Play Reading Committee, 4; Class Clerk, 3; Science Fair, 2, 3. BONNIE WILSON Majorette. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 2; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4; Decorating Committee, Cotillion, 4; Sopho¬ more Dance, 2. JOHN WILSON Basketball. 2, 3, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2; Honor Society, 3, 4; N Club, 3, 4. DAVID WILSON Basketball, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Student Council, 3, 4; Senior Vice-presi¬ dent, 4; N Club Treasurer, 4; Co-Captain, Track, 4. CLAUDIA WINTERS Honor Society, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3; Sassamon Board, 3, 4; Weather Club, 2; Science Quiz Team, 3, 4; Quartermaster Seminar, 3, 4; Humanities Club, 2, 3- LINDA WINTERS Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD WISNER Stagecraft, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE WITHROW Glee Club, 4. BARBARA WOISH Sassamon Board, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide, 4; Pep Club, 3; Yearbook Committee, 4; Cotillion Decorating Committee, 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance, 3. LAWRENCE WOOD Track, 3, 4; Gym Club, 3, 4; Wrestling, 3, 4. DONNA WOODS Nurses’ Aide, 2, 3. (Rochelle SHELLEY YANOFSKY Tennis, 4; Safety Patrol, 4; Glee Club. 2; Library Aide, 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3. ROBERT YEOMANS Track, 3; Hockey, 2; Gym Club, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH YORK Stagecraft, 3, 4. SHEILA YOUNG Glee Club. 4. LINDA ZACCHILLI Majorette, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club. 3, 4, Usherette, Musical and Prom, 3; Pep Club, 4; Library Aide, 4; Yearbook Literary Commit¬ tee, 4; Future Teachers’ Club, 3. 4; Bookstore. 2, 3; Senior Play Ticket Commirtcc, 4; Re¬ freshment Committee, Cotillion. PAUL ZICKO Football, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board, 3, 4; Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4. LEONARD ZOLL Track, 3, 4; Cross Country, 4. 216 ' tr r 1 » -


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