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17 X advocate needham high school publications needham, massachusetts volume Ixv june, l965 -P QU - 'I' - Needham Hi h School I86 -I965 Early in the 1860's the state government decreed that Need- ham, along with several other towns, was failing to obey a Massachusetts law requiring "that all towns of five hundred families or more provide a master to instruct their children in history, algebra, surveying, geography, and other branches of learning." Consequently, in 1864 a committee was appointed to study the problem of establishing a high school, and in March 1865, town meeting voted upon and passed the motion to estab- lish a high school. In May 1865, twenty-eight students began attending classes taught by Mr. Silas Bundy Rawson on the second Hoor of the Centre Schoolhouse, Needhamls first high school. by Ginny Washburn 2 n: only one more hour to go . . . NEEDHAM HIGH SCHGOL SPRING-SUMMER I965 the centennial class presents 1. 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VARSITY TENNIS VARSITY GOLF We They We They 5 Framingham S 0 6M Framingham S ZW 5 Norwood 0 9 Norwood O 5 Natick 0 SM Framingham N W 5 Braintree 0 4K1 Walpole 4M 4 Wellesley 1 9 Natick O 5 Milton O 5 Braintree 4 5 Walpole 0 5 Wellesley 4 2 Wellesley 3 8 Milton 1 4 Framingham N 1 8 W Dedham M 4 Milton 1 League Playoff: 5 Framingham N 0 6M Walpole 2M BOYS' GOLF-Captain: J. Catalano. Row I: D. Nicoll, J. Catalano, J. Micah Row 2 M Negoshian, J. Negoshian, A. Cross, J. Duane, D. Jones, Mr. Pelletier. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL-Row I: D. Griffin, J. Marshall, S. Winston, P. Rich, D Strobel, R. Bittelari, A. Shelley. Row 2: D. Mosher, D. Anderson, A. Conway, H. Berejik, J O'Hare, T. Murphy, D. Merritt, G. Neal, Mr. Muir. Row 3: D. Borrelli, C. Yardley, B Saumsiegle, R. Melbye, K. Clark, R. Young, R. Dow, S. Harrison, C. Fredericks. VARSITY SCORES We They 9 Framingham S 5 1 Wellesley 4 8 Norwood 2 3 Framingham N 1 8 Walpole 4 0 Natick 6 4 Braintree 5 3 Milton 4 4 Dedham 3 5 Framingham S O 4 Wellesley 2 3 Norwood 0 1 Walpole 6 7 Natick 3 3 Braintree 9 12 Framingham N 1 5 Milton 4 l 3 Dedham 10 VARSITY BASEBALL-Row 1: G. Bell, J. Carlton, R. Bassett, J. Maloney, G. Campagna, V. Gatto, J. Grady, T. Lampman, C. Charlton. Row 2: R. Powers, D. Tabor, E. Cunningham, J. Dolitka, P. Ruddell, E. Lambert, Mr. Maloney. VARSITY SCORES We They 4 Walpole 17 21 Framingham N 25 1 9 Dedham 9 17 Norwood 15 Q , b 26 Natick 22 - 1 - ' 31 Framingham S 7 7 Braintree 21 VARSITY GIRLS' SOFTBALL-Row I.' C. Diomedes, G. 2.' C. Woodbury, lmangl, G. Finan, J. Nicoll, S. Sanbom, R Gatto, C. Olsen, S. Memick, C. Hersey, H. McGaffigan, D. March, S. Bubien, J. Slade, J. Finan, E. Ruane, fmangl, Mrs Fairbanks, P. Robey, S. Cutcliffe, D. Driscoll, N. Chalue. Row Thurrell. VARSITY SCORES We 3 Walpole 5 Framingham N 5 Dedham 5 Norwood 4 Natick 3 Wellesley 4 Framingham S 2 Braintree They 2 0 O 0 1 2 1 3 gi GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS-kneeling: Captain C. Jones. Row 1: P. Nichols, K. Donovan, J. Rice, C. Baker, J. McGafl'igan, E. Brown, C. Briggs, L. Murray, Miss White. GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS-Row I: E. Eckhardt, C. Semple, S. Fernald. Row 2: E. Hoffman, N. Nye, D. Read, N. Muther, S. Day, B. Leader, S. Brown. ' ? i 's .1 1 i i ei i ii i 'Z 5 .3 4 i 4 i x dl 4 Y r JF gs of P66 ff gy , -ea 1 , - Q Q 'ff ' qi ' 6 If A ??'Lf3!" H ff X A Kuff EAS! 1?-EF' f 'Xl orb NN ' I. . f N Urateb' sam OF 'THE TW STORY ESTPQUCTURE BUILT 1849 - BURNED 1878 T1-IE FIRST I-HGH fsAcHooL. QPENEED M E18 KEPT IN THE SECOND TSTGRY AND CALLED THE EAST HIGH DSCHOZ L During its hundred years Needham High School has occupied several different buildings. When the high school was first established, two schools were actually set up. Since Wellesley was still a part of Needham in 1865, the so-called West High School was established in what is now Wellesleyg and the East High School was set up for the area which is still Needham. On this map the various locations of the East High School 1called simply Needham High School after the Needham-Wellesley separation in 18813 are indicated. The first high school classes were held in the Centre School 113. This school had been built at the location of the old center of town which in the early 1800's was the location of the meetinghouse and a sawmill. In 1865, however, the center of town was beginning to shift to its present location because of the railroad. Stores were being built near the railroad, and eventually churches alsog and thus the rest of the high schools were located near the present center of town. Village Hall 121, later known as Parker Hall, was located on Great Plain Avenue near the railroad tracks, Oakland Hall 155, on May Street behind St. Joseph's Church, the Kimball building 123 1on the site of the old Parker Hallj, where the Norfolk County Trust Co. is nowg the Emery Grover School 133, next to St. Joseph's Church on Highland Avenue, the school known simply as Needham High School 141, next to the Emery Grover Schoolg the present Needham High School 165, located on the hill above Memorial Park. Q563, QE if QSQQQ V C: A N-O w Q fa Cv 0 Cb . ml RQAD Q7 Ep ft?- '19 O 5? Qi 1 Q Qs' . fo 12573 ,ae C4 4 OLD TOWN Q GEN T EIR 1 ST. NNEXJELL Q43 ff E-' 31-REE S v ' 33: "yff"'NN. WJ, 'TIE -'E " 5' Q7 SJ I2 Q ? gf 6 . '60 45" is W9 r Q U3 5 N EEDHAM 6 Q1 S562 G fl btixpbpiif Srfwffi Nrass ' A if V x fm x Oakland Institute, the building of the East High School in 1867-1868 Kimball School, the building of Needham High School from 1885 to 1896. This school was built on the site of Parker Hall, which burned in 1884. Printed by' permission of Norfolk County Trust Co. ,A . Mya.: , H' ..f"'Y.-6 6 1 Emery Grover School, Needham High School from 1898 to 1922. The first high school building was the Centre Schoolhouse on the corner of Central Avenue and Nehoiden Street. The East High School of thirty-two pupils Caverage attendance twenty- eight! did not remain there very long but moved to Village Hall, sometimes known as Parker Hall, near the railroad tracks. According to a history of the school written by Lloyd Towle Bigelow in 1935, "the pupils who sat near the windows felt themselves most fortunate, for the coming and going of the trains broke up the monotony of the school day." This location was also convenient for students who came by train from Dover. In its third year the East High School combined with Oakland Institute Cpreviously a private preparatory school for boysj and moved to the Oakland House on the corner of Oakland Avenue and May Street. This arrangement did not last, and after two terms the school moved back to the Village Hall under Mr. W. E. Skillings. After the school moved, the Oakland house became the Appleton Temporary Home for Inebriates. It was in this year, 1868, that Needham High School had its first graduate, Miss Caroline Gay. In 1871 the school moved to Keith's Building, formerly Mr. Fowler's store, with Mr. Putnam as teacher. This arrangement lasted less than a year. .yr-4, , Q.. i f i i' Y Needham High School from 1923 to 1930. The whole town contributed to the construction of Memorial Field and attended the ceremonial Hag raising in 1921, a few years prior to building the high school on the hill. Kbelow and lefty v S I rw .1 4 L 1 A-i?lXY, i,rP"5' ',,.'u 'f,'1p- J M 9' 2314--un.ui..e-A an ,, Vw Kr, -EEUU: v 7 ,K ff' amps zJvM5W"?: 'Fm , ., -1- ng.,-xg., .. - 1 . , F, :Mais-e.,,1: .J 5,529.,-,5,..,5.kfx,s.5, A mr . A . J' clash W4 .1 1, ,A 5? 1,. - IA.: ,Ul f .H ' V ' 1, 'J' ,M ' ' r g,Qg .2 v' -' ,""' if fffffgx X' . ,-49" 72 .55-was , Q ,f 1 3. .,: ' 'f 1, 'ff '-M 3' - ' Q, 7-. V u, . ' .x 'X . , A he, , N , 5,1 gn., ,,5-,M3,h.-'.1.,. ,-., - -gre:-+f' , 1,4 ,J ,.-.'T:,....c,,.+ , ,, " , 4 ,, -- fs' ','..., f- .4 ,.,.-f-14-1 1 ' ,,'f., '3"Z,?v'v'r" - .'? ,, ..v:,,,., .qv . u . , , ,F M .91 gi . f' --" +-1.2,-ff ,sfo-mfr.: 1 . ' - f. 8.1"-if-""' - - -sf A -, P- ' , , -1 ws, 361. , an - 1 il!",fQFgVB" N' X' . g,.l5f r.:M4.f - ' .g5,fgj.g1.5 ' 2 Y A 1 The school then moved to the Kimball Building factually still Parker Hall. It burned in 1884 and was rebuilt as the Kimball School, since classes had been held in it for over ten yearsb with Mr. C. S. Hamilton as teacher. The many changes of location and teacher were unsettling, but despite these problems, in 1871 Needham High School had two more graduates, Miss Emma Hatch and Miss Annie Moseley, the first students to receive diplomas from the school. The school remained at the Kimball building until 1898. During the later 1880's the school committee presented a motion that Dover students be allowed to attend Needham High School for fifty cents a week. In 1896 the size of the school had increased so that a larger school building had to be considered. Mr. John Moseley gave the school a lot of land next to St. J oseph's Church for the site of the new high school. The school was built at a cost of 533,000 and completed in 1898. This school, later named the Emery Grover after Judge Emery Grover of the school committee, was the first school building built purposely for a high school. By 1920 the number of students exceeded two hundred. The school was becoming crowded, and when in 1922 the enrollment was three hundred and nineteen, necessitating double sessions, obviously a new building was needed. The town meeting voted in favor of a new school, and one was built on the next lot. This school had a gymnasium, which none of the previous schools had had, as well as a lunchroom. Again, however, the number of students increased, and this school, too, became overcrowded. Once more the town meeting voted in favor of a new school, and the present school was built on the hill above Memorial Park, which had been recently constructed by the townspeople. This school was completed in 1930. Because of increasing numbers an addition, which included a new gymnasium and cafeteria as well as classrooms, was built in 1952. Now in 1965, the school is again reaching capacity and another addition is planned. 1865 classroom enacted by members of the class of 1965. Page of a. nineteenth century grammar book. 'lxnuwne tm AxA.LYlI8.', "'i o-L' 1 ii summons wmr Apxunmi. if t wa, mt- W iVsg..t......'fisi' Nuu,.e,y'lhen?uq,-pangs K ,.7- . , ,, naomsu 454,34 to W-I?-32 07 , - -. Quad. Concerning what in an exertion hm mah' Am. Concerning "resources," What in alerted of " resouxeefl A. Resources "are developed." Wluu resources are developed! A. " Muioru1l" resources. ' 5 WI-44 national resources! A. " Our" national reeoux-ws. Hou are our national ruouroes developed! A gBy an ia:-rural culture Qf'ul6M1lg'Pl ' yulual cu Cure! A. By " earnest" culture. Wh! urnest cultural A. "An" earnest culture. Wm .mu mmm A.Qu1t1ue Hqfthc arts qfpelos' Ol aim! nm V , A. 41776113525 uvpnxl g ,gr I Education in the 1860's contained few extras or "frills," and the curriculum of Needham High School was a strictly academic or useful one. Algebra, geometry, French, botany, and natural, moral, and mental philosophy were the subjects taught by Professor Silas Bundy Rawson and later by Albion Cate, an undergraduate at Harvard. Latin also was included in the curriculum, although one member of the school committee strongly disapproved of permitting girls to study Latin. Students who Wanted to attend high school had to be serious about their studies, for they had to pass an examination in order to be admitted. They had to achieve 8072: on their mathematics examination and similarly high scores on their other examinations. In 1890, of thirty-tive students who took the examinations, twenty-three passed the tests and were approved, four were conditionally approved, and eight failed. When the school was combined with Oakland Hall under Jonas B. Clarke, a larger number of courses were offered, but since the high school was at Oakland Hall only two terms, no important change occurred. When the school moved back to Parker Hall, Mr. W. E. Skillings, the next teacher, continued the original rigid curriculum with, perhaps, the addition of grammar. In the l87O's, however, the school committee began considering new subjects, and one member suggested the addition of music to the curriculum. They voted not to spend any money on music, but in 1877 Mr. Tilden was permitted "to give instruction in music in the schools without expense to the town." The attitude toward such subjects as music grew more liberal, and in 1887 the town authorized the buying of fifty copies of the New High School Music Reader for instruction in music. At this time the school was occupying the Kimball Building and was having fewer changes of teachers and buildings. Greek and German were now part of the curriculum as well as music, and students could choose from three programs of study, the classical course, the business course, and the modern language course. In 1885 the school committee suggested the study of subjects such as temperance, physiology, and hygieneg but these motions were rejected. One member voted against the addition of such new subjects because he felt that "the schools were already cumbered with too many studies and should hesitate to introduce another." Throughout the next thirty to forty years the curriculum gradually changed and enlarged with such subjects as chemistry and mechanical drawing. In 1923, with the opening of the High School on Highland Avenue next to the Emery Grover Building, domestic science and manual training were offered, and for the Iirst time physical education was officially part of the curriculum. In 1930 another new building, the present one, allowed the addition of such subjects as biology. Since then, many new courses, such as Russian and calculus, have been added to the curriculum g and the program of accelerated and advanced placement courses has been established. 1938-1939 Hockey Team fcoached by Mr. Asa Smallb. Photograph by Bachrach 1935 Girl's Tennis Team 12 Thanksgiving Game 1910 Needham 12-Wellesley nothing Although physical education did not become part of the curriculum until 1923, athletics had been part of school life for many years. In 1882 the famous Needham-Wellesley rivalry, the oldest in the country between public schools, was started. A Wellesley student interested fellow students in contributing money toward the purchase of a football which at that time cost 53.00. The principal of Wellesley High School, Mr. Fred Boston, invited the boys of Needham High School to the first game. The game was held at a field near the Morton House in Wellesley, which the Needham students reached by bicycle. Wellesley won that first game, but of the first nine games Needham won four, Wellesley won three, and they had two ties. In 1888 no game was held, for Wellesley refused to play. Since few rigid rules existed at that time, Needham had a few Harvard halfbacks and one father on their team. Spectator participation also apparently had not been ruled against, and when the game became exciting, spectators from both sides were known to jump eagerly into the fight. Since then, however, teams have been set up more fairlvg and the rivalry has continued with the teams playing alternately at Wellesley and at Needham on Thanksgiving Day. In 1923 physical education was made part of the curriculum, and extra- curricular sports became more organized. In 1929 Mr. Claxton started wrestling as a winter sport so that the boys could keep active even when the ice was not hard enough for hockey. In the 1930's and 1940's basketball, baseball, track, and gymnastics followed as well as such girls' sports as field hockey, basketball, and softball. Needham's teams have worked hard in recent years and have achieved records to be proud of, particularly last year in winning the Bay State League All Sports Trophy. Row 1: Elbridge Devine, Daniel Comiskey, A. Beverly Crossman, Row 2: Henry McAdams, Burnhardt Richwagen, James Crossman, Captaing Ross Stanwood, Harry Martin. Row 3: Chester R. Mills, Wilbur Blades, Clinton Woodward, Fred Dunn, James Powers, Harold Wright, Coach Fuller. I 1 fariagigggs.iL:Q1a:J':,.:Q1., DANIEL F. MANN, 1 llr. F. Bridge x,. Eeatn. V 9 ' '- waist: - -' i.. T- G27 . l DRY ti WNUY GUODU- fiff"5.fff"V1t'fT-'UlfFW" HOUSE Pffl'NT'NG'1 naxrisr. -Y it , . 5" G1t.,i.ig,nfi1..sf.K, 'limi-tg mamma'Mon's'm"n:'nc "-""'N-"I'::-u-- -t st-ui... w . . and X 'wr mnumg N antenna cry-ul sr.. Navman env.. i . 1. ummm'-. ,, ,, ,,,. ..,,.t, ...tt , if--fr -mt-ft. N .1.-. nw.. M..-t "' ' "' XV'f'f11' -Nun Ti, II.'2'."'hmm l .xl smut.:-m omre I X 4"" """' M"-M Fmttm and sa-..fd.,. , chasmuzszmev. - - Newham W i , W4 7-A Y i. .1 utugrrox, ll ll it "Ni N' 'Ut F ,rrp amz F F F, KgB.3993T3N. p , BOOTS-SHOE? RUBBERSWIli?,,5.'i'?..5"'5TfiK..,."."0"'P., . E neainl.-ss Ht-1-l lilxwtic Stocking. U,,,?gii:EhitaIr::x::?lnE:'L k i Wtalgnnaggyigy. 1 70' I FAMILY X., ti t-NLM t.. . mm.. ' 'JI .Aft-ii'i.I.1vAN, E. W' Hgyes. E , ..,., Y' X A g ' I '.. ,Lg 3,-3,3-gy Rpolm Custom Hoot and Shoe Repaircrag b 5- H M I was H X ' I I' zpfiiifii'itE:f1?iEE'5Ff5Ei3En2Ti:ilimf '2'fj'j't"Q'j'4"'m"""",-lfE i AQ 1 . f'RUHSxI.xx, f 7' F """'A 'Ml ' . M Q Thornras Sutton, l HASTINGS' QQ , W tw Bwlwnu: Nmvurmu. Mass, Q .. - ,- A D , A r Y 5 AARON TWIGG- 1 him. I curl. 11.15 4,.p,:,-foggnsjomglvl N I1ISIlLJQt,ftf1x-IPQHL-re .t.,...,..,. . 'ILA wm,dmH N Sm, I THE PH0,wGRM,uEB6S i H...1..tguZt.:2J::.:kjK,VMa12 cv.au.,tst.,.,t.N.,.,4m..., YV GRHVERIES, -l l Groe-mar-12SJQj'E5 Q, Eustis stonkme co, wx.ffrzkfifltYCYHM.-3'c"" .,,...,1m.......t.....t...,.. 1 .....?S?5lfF?kFf'jgl!?ts. one . . "' ' --II:,lIlEWUl'-K5'i-rr 5 :Z2!',2'TM'??'fl-TM 'uni' ml, fu .,....g.4..,..tg'tf 111ml-fSh-fkiw--Knee Caps, ' -W' Q A 4 if J H V X X V ukrn OF jULY GOODS. I 4 MCSE!-EY 'Sf CO. , :..t1:,,1.w1t't::g is 53' ' : f to - ...1...m......,... .W-qt. U at 1 wootawttri toons: .: " - R' new-'fl 2,55 . . l Mlznwm Av... mum.:-avm., mu. Qif.I"" f ""If"ln'J-llfilfi i ' I 1 4 51. i cv-nmunsvnx. Nudhlm-.NIM . , ' ig5Y'H"iff ' . ,. 5 Advertisements from the first Advocate, 1891. W Despite the small size and instability of the high school in The first student to complete the four year course at its early years, the school held a series of exhibitions. These Needham High School and become a graduate was Miss exhibitions consisted of French dialogues, essays, and Caroline Gay. She did not receive a diploma, howeverg in tableaux, performed by the students. From the sale of the tickets of the second one, the students made enough money to buy a cabinet organ for the school. During the 1880's each year a member of the senior class would record the height, weight, and various personality traits of all the members of the class. This record could be considered the fore-runner of today's yearbook write-ups. The Advocate was first published in 1891, but it was similar to a magazine and contained essays, articles and advertisements, with drawings rather than photographs. This Advocate would be similar to a combination of the student literary publication, Even a Rag Like This, and today's Advocate. In later years two Advocates were published: one at Christmas with Christmas essays and photographs of fall sports, and one in June with winter and spring sports, essays, and a section for the seniors. In the 1940's the publication of a Christmas Advocate was stopped and now the Advocate is published as a single yearbook. 1871 Miss Annie Moseley and Miss Emma Hatch were the first students to graduate and be awarded diplomas. In 1875 Frederick H. Dewing "of an old, respected Needham family" was the first boy to finish the four year course and receive a diploma, The next year, however, even more progress was made, for six students, five girls and one boy, were awarded diplomas. For the first time graduation exercises were held, and these took place in the Baptist Church. After graduation many of these high school students, such as Miss Gay, became 1 teachers in the elementary grades. When the school finally settled in the Kimball Building, it began to graduate students more regularly. The number grew steadily, although in 1907 a class much larger than those before or immediately after it graduated. Now the number of graduates exceeds four hundred. Needham High School class of 1907 PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT OF NEEDHAIVI HIGH SCHOOL fi I P 5 ll "' fifcffl? .f""ime Nlxxi Lift' 'P K ' ,film 'iE"if , T , f .- ,ly if "Hun, i-XV, 4' ,-" - - A XX fr: - g sf ,4-ilf'fl1.,,' 1" """'fi. ' , - .4 ee- ctga he V- N ' L QV R . P , X 3 , ' 'fa ' . X ll" :vw ' 1-'10-. N ,. It ll 'x 5 Si , . Mg! nfs? ix 7 J X -f,A A It ,A ffl .f H'HL Q , '.f':1: y ' '- e a ' A fi N S jf -.Q,--. 1 . -. 3 7 -I .". 3 A X - e ' '-"' y 1 ,.AV' .qi A X X Q. O 'O O1 l O S v A X MX xkki 4,4g ! 1 rs F A 4. X Till ,V fx Q, tw E Q79 F ,X X f + 53 ARCH 1965 X f an f l f f " X1 " ir l nucn AND rucxsn ASSGC' Plans for the addition to Needham High School, approved by the Town Meeting in March, 1965. The Advocate stall gratefully acknowledges the help given by the following people in preparing this section: Mr. T. J. Crossman . Fred Jones Mr Mr. Sydney Stewart Mr. Phillip Claxton . Henry Hicks Mr Paul Chalue The Norfolk County Trust Co. Mr. Kenneth Webb Dr. Walter G. Patterson The Town Engineering Dept. Mr. Lee Allen 15 For the future of the school: May its members each year increase in number and in earnest devotion to its duties. May its graduates reflect credit on the school, and always be a power for good in the community. May they realize that every advan- tage enjoyed brings a corresponding responsibility, and so may their school training make them better members of the home, better citizens and better children of the Heavenly Father. Advocate, 1891 l 16 s K Q In Tribute to John W Ferrett For the students now at Needham High School the death of John F errett was not the loss of a great man we knew well, but rather the loss ofa man we wanted to know. Yet even we, who never knew him per- sonally, felt the greatness of his spirit. Mr. Donald Nickerson expressed this greatness in his eulogy to John F errett, delivered on September 15, 1964: "John will live on at Needham High School, so long as greatness lives on. He gave to Needham a standard and we can all still hear his voice saying, 'Come, come, my little scholars, you must do better than that.' To all Needham he said, 'Come, come, there is a better way to live.' For like Socrates, he saw the point of life as not merely to live, but to live well . . . "He fought for his standards and in the end he won. And he won because his students understood what he was striving for, and they knew what it meant. John once said to me, 'You know, I sometimes wonder what meaning the world would have without my students' His genius, and genius he really had, was in his remarkable understanding of the young mind. No one we have ever known could so challenge us on the one hand and so love us on the other . . . "His life's work, his teaching, has made many of us better than we otherwise would have been. Our legacy from John is in the great line from Emerson, 'That nothing at last is sacred but the integrity of our own minds' John taught us this by the way he lived-his wonderful talk, his love for learning, his humor, his reading aloud, his house. These were all one. . . "A great teacher opens a door on eternity, for he never knows where his influence ends. From a little school house in Maine to Norwich University, to Braintree, to Needham, who could measure what an eternity of influence John has had." x 'WIN f' aww WW-w Q ' SAK ."v' - V N.,-fi A- ,ff ,: 5 if .4 ml 1 3-512415 'L ', -,'f,..f2'J'fjf-, , . - f,'!fZgw,y.4f2M ff Q L. ft, ?,,,'fi, YA A1 ,X if . , f , - '-'+r,-9: A L A 115' gi : E A , ,' '. . 1" Ag X ' ,Q-N. ,mb 1:1---A W . f l wi ' , ' - :V K it 4 ..X.,,:- .L I gxfffigr I HIV, in f Z - 3 - , x K . , L nlgwk irq!! Li XY , ' - ' 'H '--' X ' gsfh-av'-54 4' 'f :,- K ' AYLAZ-. , 73- :wif Jig -1 Q ' ' .X ' ,gh H ' -Wm, ! P! A48 'Q A 4 E, ,AX ,A N' A . JQKZFQLQ . H .Ahy l ,I 1 x. M, N fig' J 4 :'1,1 11 r" --.. -,Q i? ' "" M1 ,, V V A f X A A . A., -yy A , V X135 ' Xa 'W' f iff 73: ' rp I f - , f ' , ,gf JJ , K fx g, F I " , 115 ., . V 1 -fills 'nf-I , ' + 1' M, 1 V ,. Q .s:,14y7- ' A fy.:-3' ff '- Y. - N If A If 1 5-,gigxgk If ' ' N y 1 Y x ' ' N, M. - f X D L- X, X 1 PM ,M ,,lf"1.-1 N A M I J -wt 1 -ww wr-qt., Harry L. Walen Principal administration Russell H. Johnston William E. Hunt Assistant Principal Adnririisrralivc Axsislririr ,af lf 'M' H .x ,.,a.,f ' i' is S7 A H Anastasia Grogan Mary C. Palmer Helen A. Brown Jean Fitzpatrick Ruth Moses Secretary Secretary to the Principal Secretary Secretary Secretary 20 f P P A Cecily Haskell George W. Breunig Doris Karlin Chester Wallace Benjamin H- Golirli Typing Bookkeeping, Business Personal Typing, Sliortlmltd, Bookkeeping, Law, Typing Head of the Commercial Matli Noteltand Deimffmfllf Evangeline S. Kinchla Earnest J. Pelletier Coordinator of Home Economics C ll I t Coordinator of Industrial Arts Mary Rose Freno John P. Cosgrove Pliysicai Education Driver Education -ft .pf Mario S. Defazio Susan K. White James P. Maloney Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education 21 Daniel S. Santry Industrial Arts Philip H. Claxton Director of Physical Education Ruth Vars Mary C. O'Neil Biology Chemistry John E. Grifhn Physiology, Biology Ralph A. Parmigiane Science Warren M. Kline Chemistry, Review Math, Plane Geometry, Algebra Il Mary C. Crosson Science Walter E. Kochanek Horace S. Herlihy Chester Protheroe Chemistry, Biology Science Science John X. Walsh. Math Ann Alvord, Marh Clarence E. Allen, Math Donald C. Brock, Mall: Howard L. Hill, Math l John G, Chambers, Marh Richard Hubbard, Director of Mathemaifcs Costa Samar, Math Charles Siegel, Mall: Karl H. West, Math Arnold W. Almquist, Math Frederic B. Preston, Math 23 'CDQITQ Ellen M. Burke. English Jane Swett, English Robert L. Goodman English Lillian Berlew, English l William H. Longmaid, English Mary G. Slater, English Mary Lou Gould, English Phoebe E. Hickin, English F. Clare Curtin, English Nicholas Rowe, English Lee E. Allen, English it A . Charlotte C. Duryea, English David L. Hamilton, English Charles D. Hooker, English 24 Mary K. Tormey Reading Lewis Norco!! IHSIFIIIIIBIIFIII lnslruction, Orclieslru Frederick A. Harris Direclor of Muxic Lillian V. Enright Helen Young Director of Clzornleerx Library Secretary Richard W. Rourke Director of Art 7 Mildred E. Wagner Librarian Robert F. Enos Art Marilyn S. Kuiper Philip Bograd Axsistanf Librarian Music Depurtmelzi 25 x Frederick R. Muir Latin Mary M. Perry Latin Helen A. DeGere Direclor of Languages W Margaret C. Kenney. Spanish, not shown George H, Morse Peter G, Gerbing Rusxfan, French Spanish, French, Driver Education I 1 ,JM 111: - QW . Venora M. Dow Leonard Maletz Elaine P. Blank Kurt A. Heinrich Roberta R. Wayne French French French German, French French R. Ashley Holt Claire Callan Frances E. Haines Audio Visual Direcior Head Nurse Nurse 26 l Kenneth G. Holt. History, acting Head of History Department W Henry F, Hicks, Head of His- tory Department, studying at Columbia -...-wwzssags David Schien, U. S. History William F. Cullinane Virginia Strong Guidance Secretary Roberta Friedman, History Salvin C. Affanato Guidance Gretchen A. Pfuetze. Economics and Sociology Joan Carville, Guidance Samuel H. Olson. History Lillian M. Dole, Guidance John A. Osgood, History U- S- Hislvry K . , . ,,.,,,. K, K K. KKK K' f - : . KK ,Km .T L 5:5 . ' i "'...'LE?"' ' ii se ft .., an , tj, K K- j.. K .21-753 Kb. 1 KKAKK K , KK Y KK K-.f 5 W A IM .. 'A " . 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Thompson. memories from "Life with Father" "What's wanting?", Mother's shoes, Miss Du1yea's "Hands out of pockets!", the call of the Northern Moose, ". . . with Edith Bailey all in the same day?", tobogganing, "line,', Father's baptism, pickles and yellow cottage cheese. 33 Some do their term paper research . . and some forget. ww ...f J Q v any W4 y mf. f gl, ,avg A' af :ww -1. 1 -' X-1 . N ,' gp" , , fwfr. e - rk,,f", , ,I ,391 :fm , 54 - an , lsfminm I .,'-.M iipg K. '23 1 X- 4. f nguoi Q ff wwf. a X F A 4.1 - .V .W fy? 5, - S , 1 ff 2 ,iv lf' jk? 'Q A 13 3 X, if T, Q Q.. ,gg Q va I N l V v-i milf! I -'-,gg I if ,t X lip. -- 'v 1 7. S I w M.. V P VTW, X 7 w W , I W 1 w w i A i w w 1 f i 1 N ,W R 1 Y K ,ff ,..,v.,n.,..,. Q,,,m:E,JQ. ,VV ,UZ , 2-K N, l.,,,L,,,Lgi ,, ,.M,,E ,.,. .Q .,,,,,, M.. V, W x styles of a year 41 ,--3 WV MQ i A ...ev 4 I-:In I .' 1 , 4 'rpms xfx K - Q 4. 1 'Q .. Q, Q Q"V2 .'-x X. QW. . -'-.,. 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'VN X 1 A , uf " -- 5' k Q I 4 - I' -nf' ' 6 nw' M 1? ! 1 i f ' 4 Mi W , ..... ...ml M-N ff' f M" 4 :Q mi as 'Id M 9 . 4 , 1 0fqd"'1"'0"'-'f A school has all of these . . . . 5 .. ' g , gg A f x or 'E' Jane Greeley, Editorg Ginny Washburn, Assistant Editor. Mary Howe, CifCl41Uff0fl Mlmagff RECITA TIONS OF AN EDITORIAL STAFF Should we give out another black mark? Does this layout look amiss? Who ate the food from the Seasonal Bush? Will the Art Stay? complain over this? Jane Weihe, Art and Layout Editor i Margie Stein, Assistant Photography Editor: Sally Henderson, Doug Chamberlain, Assistant Business Manager: Richard Wil- Photography Editor. son, Business Manager. a reflection, captured forever between ADVOCATE GENERAL STAFF-Row I: M. Taylor, S. Hazam, L. Zanzie. C. Stone, V. Washburn. Row 2: J. Munstedt, L. Jenkins, K. Taggart, J. Laakko. J. Sutro, R. Higgins, N. Benham, J. Marsilli, S. Pearcy. Row 3: W. Congdon, M. Ericson, J. Mahoney, J. Stoddard, E. McDaniels, M. Allard. Should we censor this Senior write-up? What type should we use in these headlines? The weeks are going by faster, Someone please help us meet our deadlines. Signed, Eight Editors ADVOCATE BUSINESS STAFF-Left to Right: J. Boodro, S. Nelson, J Hazam, B. Shaw, C. Sell, A. Murphy, R. Wilson. ADVOCATE ART STAFF-Left to Right: J. Clark, G. ADVOCATE TYPING STAFF-Row I: L. McKnight, Flynn, C. Monacelli, J. Semple, B. Oliver, B. Owens, J. R. Middlebrooke, C. Hartshorn. Row 2: N. Gottsman, J. Weihe. Farnham, D. Davis. J. Greeley. covers of white and gold . . . H, , nk SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS--Row I: M. Olendzenski, Pres.: J. Ruddell, V.-Pres.: N. Muther. Svc.: Mrs. Hicken. Row 2: Miss Slater, Candy Clark, Treax. Row 3: Mr. Almquist. Mr. Osgood. vue JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS-Row I: G. Jones, V.-Pres.: C. Dineen, Sec.: K. George. Pres.: R. Barrett. Treas. Row 2: Mrs. Swett, Mrs. Dow. Mr. Protneroe, Mr. Allen. en e of responsibilit to govern 48 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS-Row l: Amy Biagi, Sec.: Sue Beers, V.- Pres.: John Holbrooks, Pres.: Pat Rossi, Treus. Row 2: Mrs. Karlin, Mr. Curtin, Miss Vars, Mr. Samar. STUDENT COUNCIL-Victor Gatto, Pres.: Richard d'Entremont, V.-Pres.: Linda Gudas. Sec.: Ed Sullivan, Treas. Standing: E. Sullivan, V. Gatto. Row I: L. Gudas, M. Wilson, R. Winton, D. Anderson, A. Biagi, S. Beers, G. Gatto, D. d'Entremont. Row 2: P. Rossi, J. Halbrooks, J. Bogar, G. Campangna, C. Clarke, C. Dineen, D. Downs. Row 3: N. Muther, J. Murphy, K. George, G. Jones, M. Hazard, C. Joyce, J. Lamb. Row 4: P. Ruddell, J. Oakman, A. Olendzenskie, C. Olson, N. Pearson, J. Wharton. Row 5: Miss Alvord, Mr. Schein. and lead . . . SENIOR RAG STAFF-David Gleason, Edizor. Row I: D. Gleason, J. Stoddard, S. Nelson, V. Washburn, M. Taylor, L. Gudas, C. Monacelli. J. Weihe. Row 2: J. Tully. W. Reynolds. Miss Burke. l l JUNIOR RAG STAFF-Row 1: Mr. Hooker, Mr. Allen, Miss Burke, Mr. Hamilton, Nancy i Weller. Row 2: D. Ketchum, P. Jensen, Z. Freedman, R. Ten Eyck, J. Marshall. stor to tell, an event to relate, 50 HILLTOPPER-FEATURE STAFF-Sitting: J. Tully, Editor in Chief: J. Laako, Feature Editor: E. Hoffman. Standing: Mr. Longmaid, E. Papirno, J. Fischer, V. Deam, S. Eaton, K. Taggart, Assistant Feature Editor. HILLTOPPER-TYPING AND BUSINESS STAFF-Sitting: M. Hood, R. Higgins, Business Editor: E. Ruane. Standing: B. Reynolds, C. Ruane, L. McKnight, S. Henderson, P. Patterson, J. Schworm, B. Nichols. HILLTOPPER-SPORTS AND NEWS STAFF-Sitting: J. Stoddard, News Editor. Row I: J. Hepplar, Assistant Sports Editor,' J. Campbell, Sports Edi- tory T. Good, S. Fodor, R. Middlebrook, D. Davis, J. Weihe. Row 2: G. Edwards, P. Monacelli, D. Keil, C. Watras, J. Feeley. pages and pages to fill . . . LIBRARY CLUB-Virginia Washburn, Pres.: Marcia Ericson, V.-Pres.: Candy Gerlach, Sec.: Jean Orrall, Treas. Row 1: E. Ruane, R. Higgins, J. Oakman, L. Jenkins, J. Schworm, B. Nichols. Row 2: R. Ridgeway, D. Maltby, P. Patterson, B. Reynolds, L. Murray, M. Johnson. F. Nye, S. Mernick. J .ig SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB-Row I: L. White, J. Orrall, J. Hamilton, M. Ericson. C. Gerlach, M. Lange, L. Salisbury. Row 2: Mrs. Wagner, B. Cook, P. Burness. P. Matthews, B. Abbott, J. Leighton, J. Harrington, Mrs. Kuiper, C. Rardin, A. Johnson, N. Weller, M. Thomson. Row 3: M. Rowley, M. Barba, L. Hulse, B. Balcom, D. Yanow, C. Bickford, D. Lang, L. Wye, L. Baughman, L. Thomas, C. O'Connell, B. Maltby. BOOKSTORE-Martha Morrison, Chm.: Laura White, Jr. Chm. Seated: L. Morrison, G. Gilford, E. Ruane, R. Middlebrooke, P. Nardella. Standing: L. Jenkins, M. Morrison, L. Curtin, L. Hulse, J. Brooks, P. McFarland, J. Brown, D. Lang, J. Harrington, N. Curtin, D. Fairbanks. J. Farmer, M. White, D. Dufault, J. Gotthardt. a future, born as an interest FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Marcia Taylor, Pres.: Michelle Allard, V.-Pres., Madelyn Lange, Sec.: John Gotthardt, Treas.,' Marcia Ericson, Historian. Row I: M. Taylor. M. Ericson, M. Allard, M. Lange. Row 2: L. Sailor, J. Hamilton, L. White, J. Gotthardt. Row 3: J. Harrington, J. Boodro, L. Lang, J. Clark, E. Burke. Row 4: L. Baughman, L. Thomas. M. Maginia, J. Peck, L. Hooper. Row 5: J. Kadet, P. MacKenzie, J. Nickerson, J. Fodor. Row 6: Mrs. Gould, S. McEvoy, S. Twickler, P. Tierney, H. Appel. CADUCEUS CLUB-Miss Callan, Advisor: Mrs. Haines, Advisor: Shirley Swanson, Prex.: Mary Phelps, V.-Pres.: Diane Behn and Carolyn Briggs, Secs., Jean Mahoney, Treas. Row 1. D. Brosnan, D. Dugault, A. Loring, L. Lang, J. Sutro, J. Mahoney, M. Phelps, S. Swanson, C. Briggs, D. Behn, K. Young, J. Farnham, M. Scowcroft, M. Marr, V. Marr. Row 2: Mrs. Haines, C. Wealherhead, N. Marr, J. Tonsmire, E. Zoerheide, J. Cavallero, F. Nye, C. Hanson, L. Reed, P. Davidson, D. DeVeer, J. Bradford, J. Young, N. Baker. Row 3: A. Twoomey, M. Brodeur, S. Cripps, N. Weatherhead, C. Roberts, L. Murray, S. Jennings, M. Dakin, C. Whitaker, L. Worsman, N. Love, S. Mills, L. Cook. realized a an ambition . . . DRAMA CLUB-Lydia Rheumling, Pres., Rilla Posson, V.- 3- Tf2bUCC0, N' Bellham, D- D1'UmmCY- ROW 3-' V- Deam. M- Pres.g Jane Munstedt, Sec.: Ann Buyer, Treas. Row I: J. Adrean, B. Balcom, P. Jaffe, S. Newman, S. Sanborn. Row 4: Strong, C. Theokas, K. Dettman, A. Buyer, A. Johnson, J. K. Kradolfer, L. Morrison, P. Tierney, S. McEvoy, S. Twick- Munstedt, C. Gerlach, S. DeLo1lis, B. Scull. Row 2: L. Con- ler. Row 5: S. Sommer, C- Smelledge. an expression of self through the arts MODERN DANCE-Sandra Fern, Pres.: Barbara Hawes, V.-Pres. Row 1: S. DeLollis, M. Willox, M. Phelps, S. Fern. Row 2: C. Ford, C, Whitaker, C. McNeilly, B. Hawes, M. Carter, M. Hutt, E. Clark. ART CLUB-Front: S. Eaton. Row I: C. Whetherhead, P. Miles, B. Oliver, S. Mills, S. Walker, C. Bliss, C. Hersey, J. Finan. Row 2: W. Butterick, R. Rosenburg, W. Owens, K. McCarthy, J. Semple, Mr. Enos. 55 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE-Jack Lamb, Marcia Taylor, Consulsg Pam Nichols, Scribe, Frank Brown, Treas. Row 1: Mrs. Perry, Mr. Muir, J. Lamb, P. Nichols, G. Reed, M. Taylor L. Derenzo, M. Boland, B. Shaw, D. Drummey, M. White, E. Hoffman, C. Olson, S. Taylor Mr. Rowley, L. Osborne, N. Chalve, B. Leader, N. Pearson, C. Dineen, C. Murray, C. McKarthy, M. Tipton, S. McEvoy, L. Morrison. Row 2: J. Rice, E. Urqhardt, J. Face, L Wye, C. Bickford, S. Sandborn, P. Monacelli, D. Curtis, E. Balcolm, L. Thomas, C. O'Con- nell, S. Fowle, S. Clark, G. Edwards, C. Secrist, J. Fodor, P, Tierney. Row 3: N. Morris, K Morgan, J. Herminson, S. Eaton, K. King, N. Schermerhorn, L. McCutcheon, S. Brown, M Berry, J. Keller, B. Dunn, B. Down, K. Beers, N. Whitehead, R. Cobb, J. Eckhardt, L Baughman, E. Brown, R. O'Connor. Row 4: C. Clark, J. Carrol, D. Lang, B. Stitt, M. Weeks D. Barret, J. Flynn, G. Meckelbury, E. Duell, J. Marshal, S. Turbayne, W. Toner, S Harrison, J. Dunn. C. Fredericks, W. Eaton, B. Cook. FRENCH CLUB-Row 1: B. Hawes, C. Semple, E. McDaniels, P. Nardella. Row 2: Mr. Maletz, B. Smith, C. Coumans, N. Forman, P. Miles, B. Abott, S. Henderson. Row 3: Mrs. Dow, K. Tirrell, L. Lang. C. Blondell, L. White, J. Hamilton, J. Harrington, L. Saylor, A. Gifford. understanding of foreign cultures gained a y SPANISH CLUB--Diane Randolph, Pres., Catherine Weatherhead, V.-Pres.: Virginia Tollas, Sec.: Jane Bratiotis, Treas.,- R. Higgins, Scribe. Row I: D. Randolph, C. Weath- erhead, V. Tollas, J. Bratiotis, M. Gioia. Row 2: R. Guccione, S. Leeber, S. de Vere, E. Shufro, B. Maltby, G. Grinnell, D. Maltby, M. Mullen, G. Mullen, R. Ridgeway, L. Mastropieri, J. Farmer, R. Higgins, W. Gustafson, R. Huckins. Row 3: C. Murph, S. Mills, R. MacWilliarns, D. Stark, N. Gottsman, C. Taylor, R. O'Connor, R. Posson, C. Boudreau, M. Fiermonte. GERMAN CLUB-Charles Ellis, Pres.: Sue Newman, V.-Pres.g Bruce Davis, Sec.,- Marcia Ericson, Treas. Sitting: J. Greeley, S. Newman, N. Schmidt. Row 2: B. Barrett, W. Moron, B. Abbott. Row 3: R. Ten Eyke, J. Hubley, P. Kaplan. Raw 4: B. Rarrarra, J. McDonald, M. King. Row 5: Mr. Heinrich, B. Chering, B. Scull, A. Lambert, J. Burgess, D. Thomas, V. Fallon, J. Face, N. Fourman, F. Hartwell, A. Nemitts. J. Fodor, C. Bickford, D. Ketchum, M. Ericson. E E44. SLAVIC CLUB-Richard Wilson, Pres., Peter Woodruff, V.-Pres., Janet Young, Sec., Jonathan Bloom, Treas. Row I.' J. Young, J. Bloom, P. Woodruff, R. Wilson, B. Barrett, P. Atwood., R. Rector. Row 2: B. Eckhardt, M. Johnson, D. Sassville, E. Zaleski, F. Myerson, Mr. Morse. through the knowledge of languages . . . MATH TEAM-Left to Righf: J. Gishen, R. Ten Eyck, Mr. Hill, B. Scull, P. Mathews. DEBATING CLUB-Barbara Hawes, Pres.,' Ellie Shufro, Sec. Row I: P. Miles, J. Kline, S. Buzzi. Row 2: E. Shufro, J. Turco, B. Hawes, R. Wilson, J. Tully, Mr. Cullinane. student's mind, stimulated by scientific EAST COAST MODEL U.N.-Row I: R. Newbert. C. Hansen, M. Hood, J. Stoddard. Row 2: R. Higgins, R. Wilson, R. Bunch. 5 :wv,w1y .fmt A . xf,'u,wi--tw -1 qw.. . '?i?.fi. r'.5', Y .. ., 'filw :ff 2131? Qffhfgf A ' Gr' 1-5 1. fl VBA? 5'5f4,,,g:,?"q-' M 'l-'iw -f .. fav 4-xiii'-A 4 .,' pw, UNA, -in i,g...,,-iR,. , , - f .- rgfiaff ' . T. ii gg 3, Flif INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS-Roberta Higgins, Pres.: Mary Hood, V.-Pres.g Ianis Stod- dard, Sec.: Bob Newbert, Treas. Szanding: R. Higgins. Row I: H. Loewe, B. Scull, J Stoddard, R. Newbert. Row 2: R. Wilson, C. Hansen. Row 3: Mrs. Friedman, Mr. Olson. and political idea . . . -' X. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Gary Smith, Pres.: R. Stevens, V.-Pres. Left to Right: H. Stod- dard, T. Hood, J. Fisher, G. Smith, Mr. Heinrich, N. O'Brien. SCIENCE CLUB-Mrs. Crosson. Row 1: N. Weller, J. Kimura, R. TenEyke, B. Scull, J. Klein, J. Paffenbarger, G. Gifford. Row 2: D. Breda, F. Hartwell, S. Gates, T. Hood, J. Krueger. en e of achievement, a hobb i5f'N'7? XMB! AUDIO VISUAL-Peter Woodbury, Pres.,' Ted Herman, V.-Pres.,' Ginger Tollas, Sec.: Jim Kennedy, Treas. Seated: R. Marshall, J. Paffenbarger, R. Heaps, R. Buch, B. Krager. Row 2.' J. Adams, K. O'Brien, J. Thorpe, T. Wade, D. Williams, T. Stark, R. Havener, J. Messier, G. Tollas, W. Jewett, P. Woodbury, J. Kennedy, Mr. Samar. RADIO CLUB-Bruce Helmsdorf, Pres., Bob Havener, V.-Pres.: Jim Brown, Sec. Left to Right: B. Helmsdorf, R. Havener, J. Brown, R. Rector, D. Williams, J. Paffenbarger. that become a career . . . ' 61 CHORALEERS-Row I: E. Scott, G. Trecartin, R. Posson, Ericson, J. Hamilton, D. Default, B. Oliver, G. Charlton, K. C. Smelledge, J. Slade, C. Seacrest, J. Spaulding, S. Clark, G. King. Row 3: C. Taylor, D. Randolph, M. Scowcroft, J. Gifford, B. Reynolds, V. Tollas, A. Carr, K. Beers, L. Rhuem- Mahoney, P. Weatherly, C. Woodbury, B. Stitt, S. Swanson, S. ling. Row 2: P. Nichols, N. Sargeant, M. Corpenning, N. Newman, L. Thompson, L. Murray, L. Burkhardt, C. Hersey, Harriden, S. Bubien, B. Shaw, W. Congdon, B. Abbott, M. M. Glynn. a note to strike, a chorus of voice 62 H The SWING BAND led by Mr. Harris. The ORCHESTRA under the direction of Mr. Norcott pirit brimming with song MAJORETTES-Jennifer Walden, Head Majorcne. Fronr: M. Taylor, G. Isherwood, S. Twickler, L. Thompson, D. Baker, N. Whitehead, B. Stitt. Back: J. Walden. a tempo, students who hear the music BAND-Row I: Mr. Norcott, J. Kadet, L. Patterson, C. Mooney, J. Kimura, J. Thorpe, J. Ackerman, K. Weaver, S. Cowles, D. Gleason, K. Wycoff, E. Pupirno, Mr. Harris. Row 2: B. Eckhardt, A. Murphy, L. Ferrara. B. Holland, J. Eck- hardt. D. Chamberlin, R. Marshal. J. Littlefield, J. Brier. S Fodor, K. Weaver, J. Young, S. Schraeder, B. Scull. Row 3: D. Drake, P. Raymond, F. Rector. R. D'lnnocenzo. P. Weath- erly, P. O'Toole, R. Ratsin, W. Weston. I.. McKnight. F Meyerson, H. Andrews, C. Coppels, M. Weaver. Row 4: E Duell, G. Rountree, B. Collins. H. Dickert, G. Chute, D Lumsden. F. Bridges, R. Crispin, R. Goodwin, S. Turbayne. W Bruce, M. Weekes, K. McKinnon, B. Davis. Row 5: P. Con- nelly, R. Davis, E. Traeidlo. J. Turgess, D. George, M. Han- son, D. Koldenborg. S. Blomberg, W. Tucker, C. Ellis, M Tuveson. D. Morris, J. Hayes. 241' .. ' 777 :if ' . f s . . vw is f A ' 1 Tk 'fe' N 3, 4 rg, - - .5 ' ' pil' ., ,Jr I 'xp A X f I ,gf -- . :iv 1 . " Tit Q, Q' a t 7,511 q .1 . i' . Eli' NIH 7-E Y Z, V 5 qn fiig S, Y,-q - X A Hn: r, . 1 . . W . , plea ' 41 I , 5. Q' K i ,, '.r:'i , ' K K "i' f 9 " N " fm if 5222: , 5 ,g ' - gl, K .. A , , 5, ,. .rs - f l." j Q ,pr M, ' A iff" gs r pl ,Q ' and march to the beat . . . GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB-Sherry Memick, Pres., Sandy Fern, V.-Pres.: Carolyn Briggs, Sec.g Janet McGafl'igan, Treas. Row I: Mrs. Freno, Miss White, Barbara Hawes, P. Grace, E. Amyouny, M. Carter, A. Kaiser, M. Willox, N. Schmidt, K. Hotaling, M. Fay, S. Memick, C. Briggs, J. McGafl'igan, C. Hennessey, N. Baker, V. Deam, E. Urquhart, G. Mullen, J. Barker. Row 2: N. Weller, P. McDaniel, J. Hamilton, L. Lowell, S. Fernald, K. Dawson, J. Williams, N. Lane, J. Ni- coll, B. Leader, L. Derenzo, D. Brush, R. Ridgway, L. Burk- hardt, P. Fay, N. Fellows, E. Hoffman, G. Edwards, S. Philippi, L. Macquarrie, J. Bradford. Row 3: J. Finan, L. Converse, J. Owens, C. Diomede, L. Waterhouse, J. Keller, C Clarke, L. Purdum, M. Chorperming, B. McCracken, S. Tayl lor, V. Campagna, B. Corssino, G. Kershaw, J. Fay, N. Love S. Bray, C. Gaines, K. Maeaione, S. Twickler, S. McEvoy Row 4: B. Downe, M. Bury, G. Read, C. Lambert, S. Som- mer, N. Buswell, S. Brown, J. Carroll, H. McGafTigan, N. Sehermerhom, L. McCutcheon, M. Lange, D. Barrett, C. Woodbury, R. Rossi, D. King, K. King, S. Eaton, L. Cosgrove A, Walker, J. Rice, E. Brown, B. Dunn. GYMNASTICS CLUB-Row 1: K. Thieme, D. Crispin, D. Sundberg, R. Ankney, P. Sansevero, J. Cerra, A. J. Cascio, J. Grace, B. Carloni, L. Remsen, D. Barr, C. Moynihan, R. McMullen, J. Hardin, T. Brown, D. Kul- Sayman, B. Collins, D. Bradbury. Row 2: Mr. Maloney, berg, P. Theus, B. Carr. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS CLUB-Row I: C. Whitaker, M. Willox, M. Chorpenning, S. Fern, L. Cosgrove, E. Amyouny, J. Kershaw, S. Philippi, J. Branson, B. McCracken, B. Leader. Row 2: E. Clark, H. Card, P. Davidson, M. Allard, S. Taylor, V. Campagna, N. Pearson, B. Corssino, N. Fellows, H. McGaHigan, N. Chalue, I. Rice. a precision and a strength, achieved 66 l 1 BOYS' LEADERS CLUB-Row 1: J. Newton, M. DeFazio, D. Anderson, D. Kulberg, J. Brennan, D. Power, R. Provost, F. Brown, T. Fontecchio, G. Campagna, M. DeFazio. Row 2. Hardin, P. Chalue, S. Winston, M. Sullivan, R. Benedictis, Olendzenski, J. McDade. Row 3: C. Fredericks, D. Borelli, S. D. Barton, M. Derenzo, K. Heald, S. Ftorek, G. Yered, J Harrison, J. Snow, G. Jones, G. Clancy, J. Lamb, J. Bogar, P Meade, R. Cavanaugh, T. Carloni, R. Stark, P. Carre. Row 4. D. Donahue, C. Watras, F. Butler, G. Bell, W. Saumsiegle, D Jones, J. Wood, K. George, J. Barton, D. d'Entremont, D Tabor, H. Duvall. VARSITY CLUB-Row I: G. Campagna, T. Fontec- chio, R. Provost, F. Brown, Mr. Maloney. Row 2: D Downs, E. Bonelli, S. Cooper, S. Vanlnwagen, L. Mc- Dade, R. Norton, E. Sullivan, R. DeBenedictis, P. De- fazio, B. Halstead, D. Moses, P. Atwood, C. Charlton, R. Paffenbarger, M. Derenzo. Row 3: H. Barker, J. Halbrooks, B. Hassey, J. Semple, C. Sayman, J. Bloom, M. Riley, D. Tabor, A. Clifford, T. Carloni, J. Cascio, D. Rosenburgh, R. Turner. Row 4: J. Lamb, P. Carre, J. Duane, L. Remsen, J. Wood, G. Bell, J. Leffers, J. Maloney, S. Stover, C. Watras, J. Freeley, E. McGaw. through the agilit of outh . . . .XFX sparfs J: .ta , W X "flv:.1:', if - tifi1?:'f3,f" I VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY TEAMS-Co-captains Goodwin, S. McDaniels, M. Pezzella, Mr. Maloney. Row 3: E. Vic Gatto and Dick D'Entremont. Row I: C. Charlton, M. Mantenuto, D. Borelli, R. Steeves, R. Donald, D. Tabor, A. Derenzo, T. Samarco, P. Carre, J. .LefTers, J. Maloney, D. Bartony, C. Fredericks, D. Kneale, P. Jenkins, H. Ledbury, E. D'Entremont, V. Gatto, J. Feeley, C. Watras, J. Halbrooks, B. Lambert, G. Yered. Row 4: E. Kerrissey, S. Day, P. Meade, Turner, S. Fabrucci, G. Campagna. Row 2: Mr. Giancullus, R. Paffenbarger, B. Cullen, C. Turano, K. Turman, J. Brennan, Mr. Rogan, Mr. Griffin, B. Bragdon, J. Duane, R. Peck, R. R. Bittelari. Butler, J. I-Iinchey, B. Melby, B. Saumsiegle, P. Jensen, B. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM-Stan Winston, Co-Capt. Paul Meade, Co-Capt. Row I: D. Jones, F. Zikorus, R. Dav- enport, C. Carr, S. Winston, C. Yardley, J. Sammarco, H. Berejik, B. Tilburg. Row 2: R. Stevens, J. Newton, D. Ander- son, J. Hopfe, J. Drew, P. Devecchio, D. Mosher, R. Ankney, G. Hasenfus, Mr. Parmigiane. Row 3: R. Hopewell, M. Sul- livan, S. Barry, J. Colihan, S. Woodruff, D. Barton, B. Piper P. Hutchins, J. Kelley, R. Winton, J. Stupak, T. Stark, B Hutt. E9 5 3 3 5 S I ity' A I i i27-fs' -. ff r' 1 5.- 5 , jog, :Lf "Y" Y' I 68 Av V lx , VARSITY TEAM-Co-Captains, Frank Brown and Philip At- D. Moses, W. Lampman, P. Adams, K. Castles, W. Owens, J. wood. Row 1: R. Rosenburgh, H. Dickert, F. Brown, J. Wood, M. Aronie, F. Walls, C. Castles, D. Chamberlin, Mr. Micali, P. Atwood, R. Norton, J, Semple. Row 2: K. Cusack, Preston, S. Cooper. SOCCER Needham Opponent 3 Lexington 1 2 Milton 1 0 Acton-Boxboro 3 1 Newton North 2 2 Braintree 1 1 Wellesley 0 1 Milton 0 1 Wellesley 0 2 Lexington 4 1 Braintree 2 0 Lincoln-Sudbury 3 3 Braintree 1 1 Lincoln-Sudbury 3 JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM-Capmin, T. Griffin, Kneeling: T. Griflin. Row I: W Fisher, B. Farrar, E. Christensen, D. Dickert, B. Atwood, D. Armstrong, G. Rountree Mr. Brock. Row 2: P. Coren, T. Murphy, K. Sundberg, B. Coak, I. Burgess, P. Holt M. Read. CRGSS-COL! TRY Needham Opponent 16 Milton 39 31 Walpole 24 34 Dedham 21 41 Norwood 1 9 16 Framingham South 46 40 Natick 21 39 Braintree 22 15 Framingham North 49 22 Wellesley 36 Bay State Conference for 1964 at Wal- pole-6th place Mike Riley Ed Bonelli 'in Captain, Edward Bonelli. Row I: E. Bonelli, M. Riley, M. Easter- C. Sayman, Mr. West, R. Hassey, E. McGaw, R. Keating, F. Hart day, J. Lamb, D. Mountain, L. McDade. Row 2.' R. Barrett fmgr.J, well, R. Harrington, D. Beattie, J. Klein. KT. 'Y .g . Q,. If fl? A, -ii Q ,ex m ,, . . .. Q E ...rf -. 1 . gg- Q ' 9: V, ,,,., 2 1 .iff Q I , ,- ...M w..v..,n.m...,: , ' ! , ,3 wx' . . N . .5 K 13 " ni -5 ' M 4309 ' X a' .F nf ' A 1 ..-Q-- .M .. -...m....,.wM..-..:Q-' if .N ft ' . L. il, : ,X - 71 F' .f4'i", . f I X' X' f if I X 5 : ,E .Q , , If s . - f 2 x, v 'W W ' 5 A- N- R 9 ' ' Xi Y i :avi , . - f . 'W N' V A Fi ' . , , x. , M ., 4 'Mx w -.-Q, ' 4,3 A . .. fhinug A' ' p 'U , . . V .I ..,:,.4 I H, f- W- W, K 'girl' 'jg,V"A'A" ' . .' . ,Q " u. C, N --+ Q- 'N ' i V, 1. 1 V, .. ' 41 W., ,, f 'mmf 1-'f,',,fL3-,Mr A V, ' x ' . K' .V f -. ,QW ,.. f-,,, 'f's1.,.' W. - lwfff' ' fa W, 1 P' gr .-'H -lk' 'A 1 " " ' ' V' ' -F-Bm! 2,,.,gm3,3, A ,R VN ' , 1,,:i,,.' -Qlyif , . - V W. . 1 it g - V Q'w'Wfm L , ' ' V f 'A qw J f 'YW-M -5.i'f:'w:u.f,-ff -.-. - 'L 4, .Q 1 f f' k , f ' M' - .Q ,Q V. .f-- w-,f.,,gp-'H .,,-Q-, . , 1, x Q-wr ' W- ff , X" , K 13 f yi'-lf' WP?-71 -. L .. 'Q' f""""'f. 7" 2"':A.4' 4 ff' ful , . ' K , g - - . ' "' if A "'"?fxf"'.'4:'J.-"e,7gK ,L 'gs' ms . ' , 1 'zngy Qqqwa ' M ' .,. N V . " , " LN - V, ., Q' "7-'X' .lk , , Mx M- , .. . -Wwfw, 2S'f.'rs.dw n . , ..' 'x ' .-, . x 3 , , V, w hmm V ' I Q V W . -,K A Q qw f- , A I V , u:.q . i . ' f '4',+f. ' 1' -Q, W, 1--W "H If-f, . - - - ' , ,,.yu-:Jaihw . 1 Af , 1 5 I. 5 0 -5 ,QQQM g?'jQ'W" my , ' ' ,K ' M 3 y, X ,955 7.1, xg! 2:94 k - ' J..-fa, r N, X , 1 . f' Y W. 12-.',,,,, iw . N .gy ,Qs ,P I' ' IM- 'r 172 ', 'Dx ' N "Wm: H3231 xr. -WHY, J1y.,,,w Vw .4 , N3 Q. vm :va P ' ' -' 'W f ' ff- , ' " 4- i , 4, 4. .':f5yLiwL A' . , hm- M .. K. n-A zvxjuvg N sr J ,. , . X. , ' t X5 ,,.,,., M I W! I 1 2' 72 HEERLE DI G l i VARSITY SQUAD-Captain, Jane Weaver, C0-Captain, Karley Donavan. l"run1: K. Donavan, J. Weaver, Szuuding: K. Dawson, P. Rossi, J. Wharton, li. Mullen, C. Baker, J. Williams, J. Dililasio, S. Beers, A. Amyouny, C. Kluwcr. .. 6 JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD-Captain, Elise Hoffman. Row 1: C. Hotaling, L. Derenzo, E, Hoffman, E. Amyouny, C. Olson. Row 2: B. Leader, J. Nicoll, I.. McCutcheon, L. Purdum, N. Pearson, M. Wilson, V. Campugna. ullll ilu 'Ii pn 1 MTX .if 'i Ga l ASKETBALL Seniors Phil MacMurray, Dan Donahue, Carl Watras, Jim Maloney, Vic Gatto. VARSITY TEAM-Captain, Carl Watras. Kneeling: C. K. Birkett, M. Kenney, D. Donahue, J. Dolikta. Watras, Coach Parmigiane. Row I: V. Gatto, E. Lam- Mangrs: B. Tucker and B. Koch. bert, P. Ruddell, K. Kidd, P. MacMurray, J. Maloney, VARSITY SCORES Needham Opponent 45 Walpole 27 55 Norwood 41 38 Braintree 52 44 Natick 42 61 Dedham 44 55 Framingham North 53 50 Milton 24 60 Framingham South 57 64 Walpole 39 46 Wellesley 50 74 Norwood 73 46 Braintree 51 66 Natick 48 38 Dedham 39 64 Framingham North 55 51 Milton 43 56 Framingham South 50 56 Wellesley 41 56 Alumni 43 JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM-Captain, B. Lynch. Row 1: B. MacMurray, D, Layman, G Merkle, B. Lynch, P. Rich, G. Chute, G. Kneale. Row 2: F. Zikorus, M. Reed, B. Goodwin K. Clarke, P. Connolly, J. Turco, Mr. Dennett. 9 N VARSITY TEAM-Co-Capmins, Ed Sullivan and Neil Roberts Ron Jones R Thunstrom W Saumsiegle J Duwne J Woo L Smith I: R. Shorrock, E. Bonelli, D. Shea, E. Sull1v'1n J Barton N D Burton IIIIIIJIIAQFFP Chalue Roberts, H. Duvall, E. Barry. Row 2: M. Schmidt G Jones D VARSITY SCORES Needham Opponent 0 Natick O 0 Wellesley I 2 Dedham 3 I St. Sebastians 8 2 Framingham North 2 4 St. Marks? l 5 Braintree 0 we-n1.,Ai JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM-Raw 1.' J. Thorpe D Lunstrum B Run 2 D Lumsden D Mosher E Mdntenuto A Cross B Slum Strobull, D. Burton, L. Smith, D. Anderson, D. Tibor B Mt.Don.ild seigle P Ad mms E Chrlstenson J Flynn J Dunn CoichW1lsh Y 3:'79'9N.'a . 5233 1' OWU 38456. .,. no 637' 84,52-291 3 f 4991 viaifzi , 4 ' ' r3?3?v!+'Q ' , ,w p "Y ' '1 " ll, 1 -ff51i'f1f::Q,J .-w. K fzfifg yfiix ENR ,gm , XLR 'B X 1 ' E -I AV f' 1 .-'mga N K,-gg, MQ. 4 Q' iibflw V if -if N .0 . 'Lf'?T-L':'..- 4 ' Nh .1 , ' L M 4 'X' 1,i?L,'f3,f 4' "A, , y X. X f,1M'Q26f1q ',fyvFTT.Q1e m,..,5ffy-,a M fi ik. , , , .. ,, A42 "M-...M 1, , 'Ax 4-.. 1 L . , 77 A 1 f if ff' 'gf' ws, .. 2-V-. 'Q ft Lg- ,Q W '-,M"3.qm'f 2 M ,K :za f - 1 , fb A , 4.1 sf, X"1,.. M., QV, M ,K , Z. V . ' . A Y J V I DOOR TRACK INDOOR TRACK TEAM-Co-Captains, Russ Provost and Dick Guire, S. Harrison, I Lamb R Steeves M Sullivan A Rosco J Rosenburgh. Row 1: M. Riley, J. Mills, J. Grady, R. Provost, D. Sweeney. Rosenburgh, D. Mountain, J. Bloom. Row 2: E. McGaw, R. Mc- VARSITY SCORES Needham Opponent 26 Watertown 60 34 North Quincy 52 24 Arlington 62 23 Somerville 63 24 Quincy 62 43 Brockton 43 67W Newton South ISW 78 GIRL ' BA KETBALL Needham Opponent 27 Norwood 24 22 Wellesley 2 8 20 Natick 26 3 5 Framingham South 9 34 Braintree 28 22 Walpole 15 41 Dedham 21 46 Framingham North 16 Captain Sherry Mernick Diana Fairbanks VARSITY TEAM-Captain, Sherry Mernick. Centerg S. Mer- Urquhart, D. Fairbanks, J. Rice, J. Keller, G. Finan, G. Gatto, nick. Clockwise: N. Lane, N. Morse, N. Chalue, N. Nye, C. C. Jones, S. Cowles, S. Cutcliife. Standing: J. Mahoney, Mrs. Hersey, J. Eckhardt, C. Dineen, J. Hamilton, G. Gifford, D. Freno, L. White. Barrett, A. Nemitz, H. McGaf'figan, J. Carroll, C. Clarke, E. 79 iff! 'sl . TP VARSITY WRESTLING-C0-caplairzs M. Derenzo and P. IMI nfin. Ron' I: L. Davenport, M. Eastcrday, J. Hinchey, J. Bogar, R. Power, Row 2: L. Mclknl--, I, Ilmndly, B, Halstead, S, Morse. M. Derenzo. D. George. R. Paffenbarger. V. Lalli, l'. HCI-Euzio. D. Breslin. Mr. De.Fazio. lg.. JUNIOR VARSITY WRlfS'l'I.lNG-Rmv I: M. Miller, L. Samarco, R. Collins, P. Fagar. E. Kcrrisy. Row 2: F. Mycrsun. P. Corcn, W. Millcr. Row 3: Mr. GrifIin, G. Hasenfus. J. Hopfe. G. Stewart, R. Cullen. P. Jensen. D. Merritt. J. Stupak, I. Samarco, M. Negoshian. WRE TLI G Needham Opponent 42 Scituate 2 32 Braintree 10 48 Norwood 5 38 Belmont Hill 7 25 Weymouth 16 i 48 Walpole 2 Scores complete as of January 22 'S..,,,,.s- if wu- ww, in .. , VARSITY TEAM-Row I: T. Fontecchio, Captain, S. Van- Smith, D. Littleheld, J. Cascio, S. Stover, P. Woodbury, Mr. Inwagen, D. Downs, D, Sundberg, K. Ross, T. Brown, P. Aronsen. Sansevero, D. Flint, F. Dean, I. Hardin, D. Bradbury, R. GYMNASTICS Needham Opponent 124 Lexington 109 1 19 Winchester 106 121 Framingham South 83 121 Framingham North 106 112 New Bedford 99 Scores complete as of January 22 -.4 , JUNIOR VARSITY GYMNASTICS-Row 1: R. Ankney, H. Mills, I. Novak, D. Bixby. Row 2: C. Whethem, G. Rountree, P. Theus, A. Brown, W. Rhodes, J. Troy, E. Duell, W. Eaton. seniors RICHARD D. ALPERT November 16, 1947 Syracuse, New York "Rich" . . . that hot TR-3 .. . with Bob, Jerry and Don . . . "Hi, guy!" . . . with cuddles . . . Buzzards Bay . . . at Harvard Square ... pussy ... Joyce, Rosie, and Jerry . . . plans for a career in mathematics. JOAN W. ANDERSON December 24, 1946 Ottumwa, Iowa Sorrota Club . . . Wildcat . . . her beautiful voice . . . the Murph . . . witty V . . . with Carol and Sandy ' . . . great times in Louis- ville . . . so expressive . . . "Dad, may I use the car to- night?" JUDITH C. ANDRIAS April 8, 1947 Mt. Vernon, New York "Judy" . . . "Andy" . . . Sorrota Club home- room treasurer "Will ya?" "I'm going to Maine this weekend." . . . "Are you kiddin' me?" . . . babysitting . . . Dennisport "What can we do?" that long hair . .. talking in class. ANN M. AMYOUNY March 7, 1947 San Antonio, Texas "Ann Marie" . . . "Annie" . . . chewing gum . . . all that hair . . . cheerleading . . . her necklace . . . "I don't believe it!" . . . a spe- cial tree . . . Candy Cane . . . Dartmouth . . . Stu- dent Council . . . "Be seri- ous!" . . . Sunday football . . . Brooks Hospital . . . Douglas. HOLLY G. ANDREWS December 14, 1947 Lawrence, Massachusetts Sailing . . . rowing with one oar . . . cocoanuts in Scitu- ate . .. band trips .. . E.D. . .. with Cindi and Wendy . . . "So I said to myself, 'Self . . .'." . . . a future C.D.A. . . . Rainbow doggy bags in Wel- lesley. the Centennial Class graduates PHILIP M. ATWOOD March 23, 1947 Melrose, Massachusetts "Phil" co-captain of soccer team Hat-foot . . . summer trips to Novi ... Philippe... the camping trip . . . going out for ice cream . . . B.O.F.F. ...serious...shy... need a compass? . . . with Puss, Dave and George. DOROTHY E. BAKER September 10, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Dotti" her new '64 Ford Galaxie XL a majorette those band trips . . . modeling . . . with Cindi, Lori, and Gail "Are you kidding?" fabulous summers at Plymouth. ' is ,EXP gapp A it -rti fm YQ . KATHLEEN J. BAKER December 25, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Candy" . . . cheerleading . . . those Colby weekends . . . avid hockey fan . . . her sixteenth birthday sur- prise party Tau Phi Gamma . . . the red thun- derbird . . . her sister's car- bon copy . . . It's always a hockey player . . . "Zowee Doo." . . . "Bakes." HOWARD R. APPEL October 23, 1947 Brookline, Massachusetts "Howie" . . . TBS . . . Dedham Choral . . . Sun- days at Pinecrest . . . Boy's Glee Club . . . Demolay . . . working at Filenes . . . "My" Rambler Ambassador . . . sang at Wor1d's Fair . . . Junior Assistant Scout- master . . . seen with Greg and Jim . . . future cantor. O O 0 DONALD R. BAKER April 17, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Bake" . .. Rimmele's meat man "Let's go down to McKechnie's." . . . that hot '55 Chevy "Fm tired." . . . forever buying another car . . . al- ways with the five . . . "I have to call Betsy." EDWARD A. BARANO- SKY February 7, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts 'Ed" . . . archaeology . . , four years in the Needham Art Association . . . "Is there life after birth?" . . . another rejection slip from the Arts Festival . . . The Cold Winds of Summer . . . Newton philosophers Jay and Ralph . . . ex- presso. ROBERT L. BASSETT September 27, 1947 Allston, Massachusetts "Cleo" . . . homeroom treasurer . . . baseball . . . English scholar . . . always reading . . . A-319 . . . football at Walker Gordon's . . . curly blonde hair . . . 'Tll get my license some- day." . . . blob of proto- plasm , . . trips to Dorches- ter . . . the hound. NANCI T. BAKER May 13, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Buckwheat" . . . the little girl with no enemies . . . her many Eames ... "Someday I'm going to get my license." her straight brown hair . . . Friday gym classes . . . a boy named Carl. SUSAN V. BEERS June 2, 1947 St. Louis, Missouri "Beersy" . . . Vice-Presi- dent of the class . . . Candy Cane . . . cheerlead- ing . . . homeroom V.P. . . . "I don't get it!" . . . always doing homework . . . that smile . . . late for lunch . . . combing her hair . . .Girl's State . . . friends with everybody. GEORGE A. BELL November 15, 1947 Natick, Massachusetts "Ding Dong" varsity baseball . . . indoor track homeroom treasurer . . . skunk cabbage . . . ski- ing sports fan golfing at Wellesley . . . B.O.F.F. . . . "Nice talk!" . . . leader's club. HARRY L. BARKER August 20, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts Mr. Goodman's assistant . . . an avid bowler . . . plays the guitar . . . hole 13 in miniature golf . .. the Ford XL He's often seen with Greg, Jim, Howie and Steve. ROBERT T. BAKER May 19, 1947 Atlanta, Georgia "Bob" . . . "da Bake" . . . the body rot special . . . He's friends with Zook, Kev and Precop "Hey, I brought that back from ln- diana!" . . . "It's the com- pression ratio." . . . a skier? . . .Apparatus Club. Q .itil NANCI BEATON 3?'Xy X February 15, 1947 Vo NP' vm Newton, Massachusetts Q4 W meats., , , , always talking ,JN . . . Nantucket . . . that Junior gym class . . . get- M ting lost at the airport . . . pNl My wild weekends in N.H .... WSW 5 friends in Mediield . . . A- 300 . . . Friday night trips with the girls . . . "Un- believable!" fa-WN DIANNE E, BEHN September 12, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Behnie" . . . future nurse . . . Caduceus Club . . . that P.J. party . . . Club 48 . . . Jr. Prom Queen . . . M.Y.F. otiicer .. . Senior Breakfast chairman . . . al- ways on a new diet . . . OKX . . ."fabbie." ROBERTA L. BENHAM June 20, 1947 Derby, Connecticut "Benny" . . . "Berta" . . . the day she reached live feet . . . 'Tm going water- skiing in Weare." . . . "Where?" . . . little Honda never drives without that pillow . . . Choraleers . . . Ski Club trips to Mt. Snow fun with Kris and Nancy . . . "Toot1es." KAREN A. BERGLUND November 23, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Berg" . . . those certain fog lights . . . Dave . . . Bergson's . . . with Karen and Wendy . . . "Stop it!" .. . pouting on Monday . . . "Mmmm" . . . Berg- mobile summers in Conn . . . t'Happiness is ...". . .Junior Prom. .. poof trips to Went- worth ' x IS BIL EA nuar , 47 Walth Massac setts U Sq ii ttes 6 . . al ys w't uce, and Su lo." . .Cav rt's nastics ood e" vet EPHEN E. BLOMBERG J Boston, Massachusetts U' . "Blom" Uncle Fred's an talks in home- room too much . . . paint- , , ing all summer avid sports fan that long I4 walk to school . . . future V7 jg teacher . .. Swing Band . . . exchange trip . . . f My . ED IN A. BONELLI WM ...B October 24, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts 'tEd" . . . "Bonel" . . . cross country captain . . . hockey . . . track . . . Fox- boro? . . . those accelerated courses . . . a different car for every day . . . "Let's go to the Cape for the day." . . .Barbara. CLAUDIA C. BRADFORD November 10, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Claud" . . . "Yah Kiddin'?" . . . summers at West Den- nis "See ya." Squirettes . .. those hair- styles . . . brown scandia sweater crazy un- licensed driver . . . her bumpy road Candy Cane Club 48 buzz. . .Joel. AMY L. BIAGI November 30, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Amity" . . . Junior and Senior class secretary . . . Massachusetts Accordion Champ . . . tire tracks . . . water-skiing from the shores of Lake Cochituate . . . George means luck . . . "A" is for alma mater . . . prize-winning Boat . . . Pe- ter. JEFFREY C. BIRKETT April 14, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Jeff" . . . "Birkey" . . . Manter blueboy . . . most dear to his heart-skiing . . . driving the terrible Taunus addicted to Dentyne . . . track and the pole vault . . . "This is the last one." . . . future civil engi- neer. JANET M. BOODRO December 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Boody" . . . unlimited vo- cabulary , . . rush 'n smuck football . . . "Really?" . . . What ever happened to her '56 Ford? . . . Library shop- ping bags . . . varsity soft- ball . . . her Avery Angels . . . loves vanilla ice cream . . . "Where's my pocket book?" DAVID W. BRADY July 9, 1947 Worchester. Massachusetts "Dave" . . . charter mem- ber of the A-117 morning club . . . saying for the day . . . He doesn't say much, but when he does-. . . buried by a Corvette . . . baseball and football on weekends perfect at- tendance. l PETER J. BOGUE l November 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts 1 "Pete" . . . tardy for home- room . . . his laugh . . . going to Barney's at 2:45 . . . nights at the Needham Animal Hospital . . . Rick, and the boys . . . the big menu DOROTHY L. BREDA September 10, 1947 Dorchester, Massachusetts 'tDottie" an excellent artist . . . likes to ski . . . all her help on the class Boat . . . summer vacations in New Hampshire . . . a hard worker . . . honor roll . . . executive council . . . science fair winner. DAVID J. BRIGGS April 6, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Dave" . . . "Rags" . . . a Sandlers man . . . stud . . . one of the fave Pannella's, a home away from home . . . wild weekends . . . seen with Les and the boys . . . Surfer Joe . . . blondie. DAVID C. BRESLIN January 15, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Bres" . . . Crazyman . . . fuel injection . . . "New Orleans" . . . Connie . . . "Let's have a party!" . . . with Big Daddy and Whip up atthe farm passing cops fun at Barnstable County . . . var- sity wrestling . . . midnight golf. FRANKLIN L. BRIDGES June 19, 1947 Natick, 'Massachusetts "Skip" . . . "Frank" . . . our Music Man . . . Presi- dent of Congo Fellowship . . . "Her hair is not bleached!" . . . those crazy Friday nights his falsetto . . . Calliope . . . N.Y.O .... Aeschylus . . . working with the Nomads. CAROLYN BRIGGS April ll, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Briggsie" . . . "Yoo-hoo!" Merrymeeting Camp . . , that crazy laugh . . . tennis . . . that P.J. party Club 48 bad- minton . . . Leaders' Club . . . "Coordinated much?" . . . the little nurse of A- 117 . . . "I wanna drive." JANICE L. BROOKS August 31, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts Fiery red hair . . . working at the hospital . . . M.Y.F. . . . "I'm so tired!" . . . makes her own clothes . . . quiet . . . "What did you get on your test?" . . . a fu- ture secretary . . . "I'm on a diet." DARLENE F. BROSNAN December 29, 1946 New Haven, Connecticut Her pet poodle, Lucybelle . . . many rug pocketbooks . . . that certain boy at the U. of Georgia . . . "I'm not have a good time!" nice clothes . . . a future nurse . . . pink, blue, and yellow. FRANCIS H. BROWN February 22, 1947 Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts ' "Frank" . . . "Pancho" . . . the silent, soccer man . . . treasurer of Varsity Club . . . co-captain of the soc- cer team . . . quiet and cute . . . water-skiing . . . always with Pete, Rosie and Ron . . . treasurer of J.C.L. DAVID R. BUCKLEY April 3, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Dave" . . . "Buck" . . . varsity track . . . thrown out of camp? . . . summers in New Hampshire . . . al- ways with Jeff and Al . . . always thinking about his boat . . . "Come on, let's make the scene." ROLAND C. BUTLER January 24, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Roli" . "Beppo" . . . football .. . fooling with Leslie and Carol in home- room . .. tall, dark and quiet . . . always scratching his head . . . Leaders' Club . . . "I'm just lazy." . . . basketball under the lights. THOMAS P. CAIRNES February 3, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Tom" . . . his laugh . . . those dimples . . . driving around in rented cars . . . a cool dresser . . . quiet? . . . Florida? . . . new to Needham . . . "Hey, ya know that's tough." . . . his pink locker! . . . surfing and water skiing. KAREN L. BROWN December 3, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Brownie" her many loves . . . the Junior Prom and China Sails . . . "Dear" . . . at school at 7:15 a.m. . . . mirrors . . . loves to dance . . . "Me nervous?" . . . week at Purdue . . . seen with Terry, Bette and Berglund. JANIS E. BROWN May 24, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Jan" . . . a white Corvair . . . a waitress at her fa- ther's restaurant the summer house in New Hampshire . .. "Did you do your homework?" . . . a future secretary . . . work- ing in the bookstore. LESLIE BURKHARDT October 11, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Burkie" . . . "Hi" . . . Auntie Les the red bomber . . . a future math teacher... Choraleers . . . Northeastern . . . 409 . . . that P.J. Party . . . bubble gum Leaders' Club . . . trips to New Hampshire a special college guy. STEPHEN R. BUZZI March 24, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Buzz" . . . a future engi- neer . . . golf and hockey . . . that blue Ford . . . trips to the library . . . " . . . and justice." . . . sum- mers at Falmouth . . . "I don't really know." . . . pistacchios . . . "Cheese and crackers." never missed a day. CAROL L. CALKINS August 21, 1947 Freeport, Illinois "Calkie" . . . Chocolate chip cookies . . . that P.J. party...Club48...a special noise . . . those New York friends . . . the summer at Truro . . . drive much . . . graceful? . . . Candy Cane Club . . . "that man over there." I I I I I SUSAN E. BROWN i October 26, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Suzy" . . . "Brownie" . . .I enormous brown eyes . . .. "My dog bit me!" . . . heri model's figure . . . always, absentminded . . . her pinki yacht . . . Nelson . . working at the Stop and, Shop . . . tennis and skiing: ...MyGuy. . .Allen. I I I I I We JOHN R. CARLTON April 29, 1948 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Seen avoiding the bird . . . no offense . . . Mooch . . . baseball . . . Sunday foot- ball at the Cricket .. what Philly accent .. around Carl . . . Banzi . . . perpetual car .. . bumin' rides , . . "John here . . ." f ' If GARY D. CAMPAGNA March 17, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Campyl' . , . football . . . baseball captain . . . Syndi- cate Club President . . . three peanut butter jars full . . . Student Council . . . "I'll take the short one." . . . collegiate . . . the Merc star spangled banner . . . laughs at anything . . . Mawoya. . .girls. LINDA S. CARD February 9, 1947 Fall River, Massachusetts Her two ton station wagon . . . always in A223 . . . "Who's Craig?" . .. wild summers in Fall River . . . Spanish Club . . . mornings in the girls' gym . . . "Who eats lunch?" . . . with Mar- garet . . . "Son of a gun!" A. CARSON March 6, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "My Bob" . . . her seven- fteenth birthday . . . Febru- .4001 ary 2, 1964 pluper- Mwgfiw fected quietness . . . Bent- ley College . . . "Meet me in the girls' room." What does she do every Friday afternoon? . . . "See 'ya later." JAMES CATALANO July 10, 1947 Newark, New Jersey "Jim" . . . golf, golf, and more golf . . . first man on golf team . . . working at Needham Dairy with Jeff, Jim, and Joe . . . road racing the milk trucks through Babson's ... "Come on.', PETER J. CARRE July 16, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Pedro" Dartmouth . . . President of Thirteen Club buff head... 'iMy 327" . . . Bentley . . . "Of course, she likes me." . . . APP courses . . . dog- house . . . fatty . . . Stu- dent Council. days, THOMAS R. CARLONI January 19, 1947 Revere, Massachusetts "Duck" . . . Conman . . . simplicity . . . guest house . . . his hot '58 Chevy . . . his laugh . . . the itch . . . "Did you get that one Ducker?" Warden of Syndicate Club "My Honda" . . . Lorraine . . . "B-Dupe B-Dupe." JOSEPH CASCIO, JR. September 14, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Joe" . . . "How fah?" . . . Boston accent . . . charter member of A-117 morning club . . . imitations . . . deadfoot . . . varsity gym- nastics . . . running into doors . . . seen avoiding the bird . . . "You got the car tonight?" . . . "Which cou- sin is that?" GEORGE A. CAUNT November 9, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Georgie" ... porgy, puddin' pie . . . "You know the rest." . . . "Let's go to the library." . . . the Stop 8L Shop . . . "Give me checks." . . . Crown Vickie . . . June . . . "Yea, but" . . . his brown, green, and white sweater. JOYCE A. CAVALLERO July 2, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts Caduceus Club . . . a fu- ture nurse . . . ten weeks in Hyannis . . . "Meet me at my locker." . . . A white convertible to match her house . . . "I've just got to study." . . . Margaret and Carol ,QA fits! DOUGLAS D. CHAMBERLIN November 12, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Dougy" . . . "Huey" Explorers . . . soccer V.P. of Congo fellowship skiing . . . his crazy horns . . . all night home- work sessions . . . Advocare tt Stuff and things" . . . "Dould I or dould I not?" "Oh, come now!" . . . "Allonsl" CHARLES J . CHARLTON November 15, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Mouse', "Chumpy" . . . "Charlie Joe" . . . Syndicate Club . . . football "Oh come on guys! Well, okay." . . . basketball . . . a Parmigiane cement head . . . baseball . . . squeaky voice . . . corridor Romeo OJ . . . a crazy Boy "Sowat." JEANNE K. CLARK June 11, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Spell it with two n's!" . . . loves red Corvettes . . . ar- tistic . .. working at Eadie's . . . softball . . . future teacher . . . her dia- mond ring . . . "ExcelIent!" ' . . . Advocate . . . her gig- gle . . . that car key... "Oh, rats!" . . . individual- ist ... apples after school. THERESA M. CENTOLA October 3, 1947 Brighton, Massachusetts "Terry" . . . Providence College . . . Dick . . . "Friday is my night out." her Pepsodent smile . . . the Junior Prom and China Sails . , . "Hi ya." . . . graduation trip to Italy . .. "Want to learn the newest dance?" . . . Brownie. PAUL J. CHALUE April 26, 1947 Natick, Massachusetts Flash "Hold that posef' . .. a Bruins fan . . . Quebec City . . . De- Molay . . . his blue station wagon, the one with the sign on the top . . . candid camera . . . "IO-4." . . . "Mr. Herlihy said," . . . a Paul Chalue photograph. GAIL D. CHORLTON April 23, 1947 Norwood, Massachusetts Afternoons at the Hamilton House . . . math room, home away from home . . . summers at Hyannis . .. Choraleers . . . Peace Corps . . . attempts at ten- nis . . . future physical therapist late to the corner in the morning. PAUL R. CLARK March 13, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts Irma . . . oliice executive . . . the Cape . . . Kathy . . . that loud record player . . . never discouraged . . . he'll come with a radio . . . "and I didn't read it either" . . . breakfast at Frank's ..."Homework, what homework?" JOHN G. CHAMBERS October 30, 1946 Needham, Massachusettst "Jack" . . . "Chambs" hockey . . . with little BSS . . . nights at HoJo's . the wanderer . . . Var Club . . . wild child yellow slips at 2:15 "Time will tell." Kathy with the "fellas" .. . modern C71 motor scoote sity his F. SUSAN B. CLARK June 27, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Sue" . . . Vineyard Sailing Camp . . . summers at Jamestown . . . passion for clothes and coIlegiate-1ook- ing boys . . . loves British accents . . . future math teacher . . . student teach- ing in England . . . tennis player . . . guitar and folk singing. s Nxbyg 1, ,Z JT., fat . ' "--e' , Y 451: f 1'ta Q e r i a ' A V ' l. 'I xt: I . A I tt -qy .1 Xt t"e 1' . 'as....L. :it in a alkyl GEORGE P. COLBURN March 10, 1947 Boston. Massachusetts "Joe" . . . always breaking his glasses "Hey, Bunny" construction job . . . summers in Maine . . . playing cards with Ray and Bobby . . . with Mr. Hooker . . . "I'm tired." late for class homeroom Vice President . . .sharing lockers. fb PATRICIA M. CLAUS March 19, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Pat" . . . brown eyes and dimples . . . wild antics with Cheryl . . . quiet until you know her . . . that white Ford convertible . . . incessant talker . . . golfing at the Club always laughing . . . private school friends. ALFRED G. CLIFFORD January 29, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Albie" . . . "C h o p p e r . . . driving in Luigi . . . his '31 Chevy . . . his excit- ing weekends in New Hampshire . . . always eat- I ing at Hazam's . . . "Amaz- ing!" . . . track . . . Varsity Club . . . Advocate . . . ' I3 Parmigianean cement head. - i EL ARLENE J. COHEN November 5, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Little one . . . weekends at New Hampton Prep . . . Rack 8L Cue , .. NEFTY conclaves . . . e Ford that smokes . . . " m going to Northeastern. summer job at Ho.lo's . . . always giving advice MARGARET COLFORD M1y6 1947 Needham Massachusetts Marg . . . those summers in Canada Good thinking? mornings in the girls gym Tennis anyone? with Linda and Gail Whos Don nie? . . . loves to go shop ping . . . '1 friendly smile WILLIAM F. COLLINS September 21, 1946 Needham Massachusetts 1 Stretch gun collection , . . Stop 8L Shop . . . "I'm selling my car." . . the convertible's knick . . . "Where's my keys?" . . . can't get rid of the black one . . . "What do you want to do? WENDY J. CONGDON October 18, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Loves to dance her parties always with Holly, Cindi, and Karen . . . "Wha-who?" . . . sum- mers at Popham Beach, Maine coconuts in Scituate . . . trips to Went- worth .. . colfee houses . . . "Be good!" . . . a fu- ture psychologist . . . care- free. SHELDON COOPER September 4, 1947 Zeilsheim, Germany "Shel" . . . "Coop" . . . varsity soccer . . . Varsity Club . . . the white Rivera . . . "I'll pick you up and we'Il go to Bill's" . . . fu- ture Honda owner . . . al- ways with Bill and Doug . . . sick jokes . . . trips to Farm Pond. LINDA E. CURTIN March 22, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Lin" . . . homeroom secre- tary . . . summers at East- ham always a smile . . . Rainbow . . . certain senior boy . . . future nurse . . . Bookstore . . . that unforgettable, unchaperoned N. Y. trip . . . P.Y.F. . . . "I'll get the car someday!" MARSHA A. COSTELLO April 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Cape summers . .. Pano- rama . . . chambermaid . . . hot fudge sundaes . . . silent type . . . Stop 8L Shop . . . big blue Caddy . . . Sally, Sue, and Polly . . . "Get that big dog away from me!" STEPHEN R. CUMMINGS May 16, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Steve" B.Y.F. Presi- dent . . . "Cummings" . . . Danny and Jack U. Mass. frat parties 'AI could care." . . . skiing . . . tennis . . . H.R. pres. . . . World's Fair trip . . . Sat. nights with the fellas . . . mud tights . . . motor bike. LINDA COOK April 2, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Lin" . . . summers at Mar- tha's Vineyard . . . sailing . . . future counselor . . . Library . . . "Oh, no!" . . . seen at an "Al Brown" party . . . biking . . . well organized . . . trips to Mil- ton . . . Ralph . . . "Um" those English classes . . . all those notebooks. JOHN C. CORSSINO February 24, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts K'Jack" . . . with Ed and Bellard headquarters . . . lively . . . that hot '55 Ford . . . pretty sister . . . "Who's got it?" . . . always on the go . . . "Where's stretch?" . . . that grin. MARGARETA. DAKIN June 7, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts Future nurse . . . "Wait for RICHARD COUGHLIN September 16, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Dick" . . . "Tiger" . . . "What do you want to do tonight?" . . . Manter's blue boy . . . "When are you go- ing to mow your front lawn?" . . . moved out in the sticks seen with Bill and Steve . . . "Boy, you're ugly!" JOAN M. CUPPERNALL May 25, 1947 Watertown, New York New to N.H.S .... always smiling . . . loves Harvard Square . . . boy in Water- town . . . loves popcorn . . . her cat, "Tiger" . . . "Jack who?" yummy Brigham's ice cream hates Chinese food . . . to- matoes. J7'zfWwo.e.Ls-e 6 iii! , me!" . . . Canada . . . "I 0451 ' ' W have to study." . . . those Friday afternoons . . nice clothes . . . "Meet me in W Z the girls' room." . . . ever X645 with Joyce, Carol, Bette, f Lois. . ."My hair!" ffl-of Z, P, We! PAULA DANIELS March 2, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Polly" . . . those Yar- mouth weekends ... Poodie . . . an artist . . . her Dallas buddy . . . with Pat . . . Dingle Dorph . . . "Such is life." . . . Moon- beam . . . Clyde . . . otiice harpie . . . "I've got to learn how to ski!" . . . Bill. DEBORAH S. DAVIS June 24, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Debbie" . . . her little red convertible G.S.O.A. . . . always laughing . . . football and hockey en- thusiast . . . trips to Wash- ington and California . . . "That does it!" . . . always ready to have fun . . . de- pendable Deb Advo- CINE. JUDITH H. DANDOR September 23, 1947 Holden, Massachusetts 'tJude" . . . red hair . . . in love with cranberry sweat- ers . . . makes her own clothes French Club . . . C.M, Senior class . . . "Who's that boy?" . . . al- ways having a party . . . art ...C3...LaSalle... "Be good!" BRUCE A. DEAN November 24, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts KIVPJ . . .sincere. . . "B, Dean" . . . Radio Club . . . "Dino" . . . A.V. . "Ruth" . . . stage crew . . . Hilltopper . . . C.D. . . . football fan Hamfest . . . '64 Snake Dance . . . Swampscott . .. Snowhill July 4 parade M.A.R.S. traffic nets . . . assistant E.C. . . . a pal to all. PETER A. DE FAZIO May 27, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Pete" . . . "Defaze" . . . summers at the Cape . . . wild parties . . . his boat . . . his brother . . . Hot '57 Poncho . . . "'46" Fords Dana Hall "Wanna run it?" . . . "Hi, Coach" . . . Seen with Pete, Hank, and Jim. MARJORIE R. DASHEF April 26, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Margie" those gor- geous hand-made sweaters . . . Needham Jr. Music Club . . . future mathema- tician . . . charms . . . ace bandage . . . band . . . N.Y.O. . . . "My name isn't Lois!" "the thing is . . ." . . . a true friend in need. VIRGINIA D. DAY August 6, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Ginny" field hockey . . . tennis . . . table III . . . New Hampshire week- ends . . . adventures at Cape . . . Rainbow . . . feep . . . "Bet your booties, grannie!" ... dimpled laugh . . . "Son of a gun!" ,en 91 xl, LOIS J. DANIELS November 12, 1947 Tewksbury, Massachusetts "Lo" . . . "Why do I have to be short?" . . . North- eastern . . . "I'll speak to ya." . . . music and singing . . . "Daddy" . . . Jackie and the girls ... N.E.F.T.Y .... "next year I'll. . . .Eve. RONALD J. DE BENEDICTIS June 1, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Ronnie" . . . "D e B e n " . . . varsity wrestling . . . football . . . Leader's Club . . . real sport . . . Mr. Griftin's buddy seen with Bob and Joe . . . "I can't. I have to stay home and cut the lawn" . . . fu- ture surfer. CAROL A. DENNIS January 1, 1947 Burlington, Vermont Future nurse . . . weekend trips to Vermont . . . baby- sitting with Ronnie . . . a certain boy from Newton Highlands . . . "See you to- morrow!" . . . riding on her brother's scooter . . . seen with Andrea and Nancy. RICHARD d'ENTREMONT April 5, 1947 Waltham, Massachusetts "Dinky" Student Council V.P .... Co-Cap- tain of football . . . snow- banks and the Renault . . . secretary of Syndicate . . his father's crazy lights . . at the orgies . . . Willy . . . The Bird's Hill chase . . . his mole Bates and basketball. JULIE M. DI BLASIO May 10, 1947 pylymv Mb J Boston, Massachusetts X1' ,ful LAlways sleeping . . . and fl NV +Palways late G.s.o.A. uf ' dy! vjjk on Monday nights . . . t w ' .ke Candy Cane . . . pep plus 'jj W jf R , 'ttei-PL' a cheerleader . . . a cer- yy , ' fl' tain C.M. hockey star . . . W ,J U delivering valentines with of UV V dv - , jaw I Margaret . . . my pal, Jay My C.Y.O. Vice President OP ever laughing. l s tp Utljj, J. lrtiiiiiiliititiifttte August 14, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Marty" . . . her eyes . . . Sorrota Club President . . . field hockey and tennis . . . weekends at the ski lodge . . . Merrymeeting . . . Wellesley boys . . . "She'll have a twit." . . . Friday nights with Di, Jane and Karley! JAMES J. D'INNOCENZO February 11, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Jimmy" . . . "Little Dino" . . . Irish at heart? . . . "Hi, Fellas!" Pizza Boy! . .. loves animals, and other things . . . always smiling curly black hair . . . ladies man . . . Beware-experienced driver! DANIEL P. DONAHUE February 4, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Stix" . . . a twin . . . Syn- dicate Club football . . . basketball . . . "Hey Donahue, developed your left hand yet?" . . . Paffy . . . weekends at Provost's cottage t'But I need good grades this year" . . . A Hide-A-Way boy . . . al- t ways laughing. MICHAEL L. DERENZO January 25, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Mike" . . . "Smiley" . . . member of the Hideaway . . . "Jones" . , . his eye- brows . . . wrestling . . . trips to the S.I. the training room boys . , . "It won't start!" . .. football . . . "I got no gas!" X HENRY M. DIGIORGIO March 27, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Hank" . . . "Gilly" . . . two week wonder overhead always with "Angel" . . . working at the "Ape" . . . "It's pretty quick for a HAROLD A. DICKERT l July 8, 1947 l Needham, Massachusetts "Harry" summers on the Cape . . . Hi-Y Presi- dent . . . band . . . socceri . . . YMCA basketball . . Q church fellowship . . . his accident prone car . . . "Take your sweet time." flathead!" . . . hot '55 Chev? . . . with Jim, Pete, and Pete. X MARIA C. D'INN November 13, 1 7 - Boston, Massach e ts "Ric" . . . dep dable . . "Oh, really?" , , . d of Squirettes , . m t sure, but . . . ' ittle Mama" . . . alway time . . . "I think I can et the car" . . . Calverts . . Sen- ior Breakfast . . . Club 48 . . ."Boy!". . .buzz. KARLEY A. DONAVAN May 10, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Karl" . . . Co-Captain of cheerleading . . . lots of pep . . . summers in Ver- mont . . . The Hunter . . . four eyes . . . summer crushes . . . playing her guitar . . . skiing . . . kitty . . . freckles . . . tennis . . . "Reh!" . . . Candy Cane . . . liked by all . . . Friday nights with Jane, Di, and Martha! v 7 JW-f y MJANE A. DO JU xfdilf' M November 28, UGLASS cU'Q,uEUlfl'4fM M L0 df Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania U51 ,Lv ,bwlbbane Ann . . . Sorrota . . . QM all , clothes . . . witty and wild illfljww' MPM qfivl fllfwl l l5ra!,,Hw DAVID R. DOWNS March 15, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts "Dave" . . . "Downsy" . . . his Vespa . . . the Copper Bomb . . . '55 Ford Con- vertible . . . guitar . . . magician . . . Varsity Gym- nastics . . . Student Council . . . seen with Dave, Don and Guchy ... "Hey Downsy, it's handstand time." pt L, -Lbeautiful girl with beautiful 1 L ,L I . . . "Forget it!" . . . ur- tlenecks and wheat jeans . . . a certain day of the week "Mr. Johnston, that's not my dog!" Skip . . . Friday nights with Di, Martha and Karley! ELIZABETH A. DRESSER March 17, 1948 White Plains, New York "Betsy" . . . "H ave a soooper day" . . . Bozo . . . "Seriously!" . . . her big toe . . , never serious- but so many complexes . . . "Are you sure?" . . . with Suey and Linda her Teddy Bear , . . Donnie. as at ee X ' tw! f' J' t',' ' eff w -1 f 5 r f g:51f.,"5it"f1ffEHmf'1fQ aw ay' ww...e H Q., , :I .1 ,J l , . it L. -52,7 11 :Tallinn - 'Kgs rv "-5554.1 Will' ziggy. ..:1.- W. .is 5 22,35 . 4 , wi . ' lil . vig, ,I - ,f , w '+f1f,.gf:gff , " ' t ., WFS . t gf: mf? hifi? ' - ff 3 xi-U ' V ,V , 1. . M, 7 i ii: , . 5 'ix , f e 1' W K ,, .,, .WSW ' S.: i lliwiifffi g ,ffl V . Q. 712 .,t,,,.,.,:,r' Nw, i, it V v.ti " fgff: . P4 . . 'X .UV , , .., - 1 ,,.fff4f,. ' ' 'li Q5 I ,em - is ' ,eil ii ' . 'A f . .aS1W'r'twwV"t, I , . M' 7 of + ,Q Qi, ' Q DAVID E. DRAKE February 28, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts "Dave" . . . YPF President . . . Junior Classical League Band YMCA camp counselor . . . Hi-Y Treasurer "SO, what else is new?" Seen with Harry, Randy and Gary, q,5iiEiL7A. OUXCIETTE September HQ' 946 New Yonk, New York . tl r "lDLice" . . . Squirettes . . . always with Dennis, June and Sudzy Hamilton House . . . future nurse . . . those PJ. parties . . . "Happy Halloween!" "Tm taking an extra period of gym!" What ever happened to John? ROBERT S. DOUGLAS May 12, 1947 Greenwich, Connecticut "Bob" . . . unusual features . . . plans to study in Se- ville, Spain . . . summers in Nantasket . . . blue T-Bird red, white and blue Land Rover . . . "I like too many girls for my own good." . . . with Bob and Ricky. ALBERT P. DRONEY October 7, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Doc" . . . Daddy's Chevy wagon . . . "I'll be ready in five minutes." . . . Tex's pal . . . with John, Chub and Tom . . . fishing . . . trips to the Cape . .. Central Ave . . . "Let's goin PATRICIA M. DRONEY April 28, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts "Little Sis" . . . trips to the Old Country Store . . . miniature golf .. . Mitzie . . . the girl with the roam- ing desk . . . future medical secretary . . . "What a panicli' . . . always smiling JW Wag WILLIAM J. DWYER - December 25, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Billy . . . skiing . . . with Kev and Frank . . . sum- mers in West Harwich . . . his Heads . . . "Unbelieva- ble!" . . . working in the drugstore . . . out with the Sunfish . . . future criminal lawyer . . . interested in politics. ROGER H. EATON September 10, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts "Rog" . . . painting in the summer . . . vacationing on Martha's Vineyard... with Steve and Neal . . . baseball, miniature golf, bowling and movies . . . "I got to go home and work." NORMA K. EWEN January 9, 1947 West Roxbury, Massachusetts "Ewey" . .. that missing leg full of fun seen with Martha, Muc and Ian . . . that seven forty- live dash . . . "Oh yuh?" . . . "But they've still got one minute to play!" gf L DUKE August 28, 1947 Atlanta, Georgia Dukie ...Caduceus Club . .. her P.J. party . . . the chauffeur . . petite . . . BYF . . . out-of- state-friends Club 48 . . . bubble gum . . . beau- tiful clothes . . . "I doubt it " "OK" 409 7 I DENISE A. DUFAULT March 21, 1947 Putnam, Connecticut Working at Woolworth's . . . Caduceus Club . . . fu- ture doctor . . . Choraleers . . . talented pianist .. . quiet . . . bowling and ten- nis . . , trips to Florida . . . friendly to all. MICHAEL B. EASTERDAY October 17, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Mike" . . . cross country . . . wrestling . . . with Eric and Barry ... "Hoooo" . . . skiing . . . mountain climbing... camp counselor . . . cottage in East Lakefield . . . Friend of the Raiders . . "That's swift." J. KRISTIN ECHOLS November 22, 1946 Orange, California "Kristi". . .California. . . the beach . . . surfing , . . those little red bowling shoes . . . Tinker . . . folk music . .. future fashion designer . . . avid reader . .. University of Hawaii . . . found either sewing or babysitting. STEPHEN W. 'FABBRUCCI February 5, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Steve" . . . varsity football . . . D-Y girls . . . always at Bill's . . . "I think we're going to the Cape this weekend? "Brouch" . . . Syndicate . . . working for the government . . . The Group . . . "Hi ya fel- las, lis . . . Oh, forget it!" ALLEN D. DWYER September 11, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Bones" . . . working at Firestone . . . "Who's got the wheels tonight?" "Let's go over to Newtonll' . . . talking to the Sopho- mores at lunch . . . driving a '64 Ford . . . friendly to all. . ."Yuak." 5 QQ ANA . RB s 4 o r 1, 19 my I end , fornia 3-1 My My L' " . - hi Gamma Of' Q A. . e M.G. .Ad- M , -vacate . . c ' Held O-,DDQ 6 h ey . . ennis . . . dv 'KO fly . . . Merrymeet- i always knitting J my e 1 . . . Friday nig t ith . art a ane ' K le ! JL I H A. FARNHAM ovember 4, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Judy" . . . Miss President . . . future nurse . . . work- ing at the hospital during that Natick game . . . Ad- vocate ... curls ... "Come on!" . . . a million and one meetings . . . al- ways busy solving everyone else's problems . . . "Sure- that's okay." JEFFREY M. FARRELL April 12, 1947 Waltham, Massachusetts "Jeff" . . . Big Brown Stude . . . working at Nick's . . . with Jim, Jim and Joe . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . Army bound after graduation Mr. East- man's buddy. JANET M. FAY March 24, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts The travelling girl . . . Moon River on the piano . . . Military Ball . . . tops with the gang . . . personal secretary . . . interstate cor- respondence . . . only cousins . . . allo . . . Vic- tory Cliimes . . . Nantasket . . . her guy from Tilton. JEFFREY E. FEELEY April 18, 1947 Waterbury, Connecticut "Jeffey" . . . "It wasn't me!" . . . homeroom faith- ful . . . Training Room prop . . . Arnold . . . "My hook-shot used to be deadly." . . . The Hide-a- way . . . his monkey . . . "Not again!" . . . The S.I. . . . football and Martha . . . Cheerios with maple syrup Mr. H's pet . . .House of Gillis . . "Oh!" . . . his bald Spot. BRUCE A. FARRINGTON February 24, 1946 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "Where's Stretch?" . .. drives the big mill . . . "I dunno!" . . . the Ponch . . . crow call . . . "Listen to them pipes!" . . . "Hey Ed, get your dog off me!" . . . Dome . . . "Let's go pick-up those two!" JUDITH N. FARMER July 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Judy" . . . Leader's Club . . . CCC Secretary . . . that laugh and dimple . . . Fort Lauderdale . . . letting her hair grow . . . going to the dentist . . . "Absolutely and positively without a doubt!" . . . John . . . her Sophomore year. ANN M. FARRELL July 16, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts Dr. Whitney's secretary . . , fun to be with her place on an island in Maine ...skiing . . . tennis . .. so many friends . . . learn- ing to water ski "I can't wait for the weekend!" MARTHA H. FAY June 16, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Marth" . . . "Hi ya! How are ya?" . . . with Muc, Norm and Jan . . . "O krinkles!" . , . BBC . . . Rainbow . . . those cheers . . . "She's my cousin." . . . Pocasset . . . Junior Picnic . . . painting the town blue . . . "I count Mustangs, now." SANDRA L. FERN November 16, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Sandi" . . . a certain boy . . . beautiful hair . . . SS . . . gymnastics enthusiast . . . modern dance . . . seen with Leslie . , . work- ing at Jacob's . . . a true friend . . .mischievous . . . Miss Needham. WILLIAM R. FISHER, JR. November 30, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Randy" . . . the green V.W .... trombone . . . Swing Band . . . 'Tm not stupid, I'm just unskilled." V-President of Lu- ther League . . . "Al- fonse". . .DeMolay. . . Past-President of Hi-Y. JOHN J. FLYNN January 31, 1948 Needham, Massachusetts With a certain junior . . . Peggy! playing cards with Bob, Bud, Charley, Ray, Al . . . loves cars . . . "Up with Ford's, down with Chevy's." . . . '56 white Ford . . . working at Stop and Shop. .5 f ,,,,,Mfgf4THoMAs A X 'fd ' I 1 ff, 'ig yan, i'ai2?f2::O .fb-7 ,MM 9235 Z6-'ef' JILL FROST May 10, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Hi, ya!" . . . "Pinky" . . . summers at Harwichport . . . "Oh, Sugar" . . . that P.J. party . . . boys . . . pizza . . . "Pm grounded again." . . . Skiing . . . "Maybe I'll get the car." . . . tennis . . . Leader's Club. MARCIA A. GAFFNEY November 21, 1946 Ludlow, Massachusetts "Marty" . . . seen with Sandy and Charlene . . . a red convertible . . . likes bowling and miniature golf . . . that summer in Europe . . . "We've got to get back to Ludlow!" . . . Sturbridge ... planning trips to Florida and Europe. Newton, Massachusetts "Tom" . . . captain of gymnastic team . . . V.P. of Varsity Club . . . Leader's Club . . . Apparatus Club . . . Mr. Holt's buddy . . . "Have you seen Tooie?" "No girls 'til I'm a Senior, huh, Coach?" We f f 1 DIANE E. FLINT QQ September 17, 1947 , Boston, Massachusetts l l N "Deede" . . . "De" . f ' "Blondie" . . . Competit A . . . "The sun did it!" . . . the red dress .. . "Flin if Kk stone" . . . A-300 . . , summers at the Cape . . . 'Tm really not a dirt!" . . . ' ' 1 'Tm being PUniShedl" f E SUSAN J. FODOR July 18, 1947 Newark, Massachusetts "Suzy" . . . peppy French horn player . . . mornings in band room . . . Briar- wood . . . band trips . . . Pierre and Sue . . . YPF treasurer . . . Queen of Fleur De Lis solos? . . . orchestra . with Robin and Sandy. MARY L. FUCCI May 15, 1947 A Waltham, Massachusetts Lee Shops . . . her Black Bomber . . . Linda . . . "Come on, 1et's gitch." . . . Deerfield . . . always with Pat and Fran . . . always talking . . . accident prone . . . dreamy eyes . . . Navy . . . friends in Newton . . . one of the clan. SUZANNE M. GALLAGHER June ll, 1946 West Quincy, Massachusetts "Sue" . . . Sherman T . . . BC riots . . . How's Hans- com? . . . co-chairman of the Senior Breakfast . . . certain fuz . . . "See me in Miss Burke's room after 2:15!" . . . Rudy Baby. SANDRA A. FOWLE May 25, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Sandy" lively Latin Scholar . . , "I'm gonna see Tony tonight." . . . fish named for friends . . . JCL . . . traveler . . . loves the Beatles . .. "Hey, Fodor, Middlebrooke and Tully" "Me, go out with a boy?" GEORGE M. GALLANT August 16, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts President of MYF . . . seen avoiding the Tweet . . . friends in Fall River . . . trips to Wilmington . , . driving Kerry's Honda . . . staying away from bubble gum machines . . . football at Cricket Field. DOUGLAS J. A. GEORGE September 16, 1947 Dorchester, Massachusetts "Doug" . . . "Duh" , . . Monday night with the Boys . . . George Douglas . . . "I got the Olds!" . . . one of Bird's boys . . . Friday nights . . . wrestling . . . Math team . . . Band . . . "Is your father's name really George George?" :.,-,idJ 17717 HENRY C. GARNIER December 7, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Hank" . . . "all-American, average, naive, sweet and lovable kid!" . . . a certain Junior . . . his fleet of cars . . . fond of all but books . . . 'tReinrag" . . . "What happened to that South St. sign?" . . . "Kazonka!" STEPHEN G. GATES September 18, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Steve" . . . "Gatesby" . . . GBYSO . . . quartet re- hearsal . . . math and sci- ence whiz . . . Gates' Sta- dium . . . summers at camp and New Hampshire "This is true!" . . . one of the last of the PSSC men . . . busy Saturdays . personal stereo Set-up. VICTOR E. GATTO April 24, 1947 Natick, Massachusetts "Vic" . . . Student Council President . . . Football Co- Captain, basketball, baseball . . . liked by everyone . . . Thirteen Club . . . speaking over P.A. System . . . "I'll rap you right out" . . . fab- ulous 41 his woodie . . .Cathy. MARK A. GEORGI March 6, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Return of the Native" . . . a Baltimorean for 8 years . . . "Stranger in Paradise" . . . "1-Iaven't I seen you someplace before?" . . . an- other Arnold Palmer? . . . "You look familiar" "There must be an easier way!" MARTHA S. GIBBS May 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Mardy" those West Dennis summers . . . OKX trouble with Laurie, Shirley and Susie . . . "Gorging out" . . . that one night at HoJo's . . . Ger- many . . . a BYF President . . . Hooper . . . "You won't believe this!" 97 ,ln Ha the ter . buried A dvocate semi-finalist. JOHN R. GOTTHARDT June 19, 1947 Eustis, Florida KIUAF Radio Club . . . one of Mr. Herlihey's Genies . . . APP Chemistry . . . quiet . . . with Chris and Paul . . . Harris Union . . . summers on Lake Win- nipesaukee . . . water skiing . . . playing folk music on his Gibson. ELIZABETH J. GOLDING April 12, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Betty" .. . spent several years in Puerto Rico where her father went on business . . . Spanish Club . . . likes to sing . . . "Oh, it was so funny!" . . . plans a career in teaching. FRANCIS P. GOODFELLOW August 4, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Frank" . . . working at William Gorse Company . . .March 4,1963. . .fu- ture math teacher from Sa- lem State . . . 'tGirls are like trolley cars." . . . "I am an uncle." . . .'the quiet type. JEFFREY S. GISHEN December 13, 1947 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "Gish" . . . "work?" . . "Dress up, Jeff?" C.F.L. . . . Math Team . . . "Yar" . . . point curve method . . . with Ron, Dan, Rog, and Buzz . . . Electro- magnetic Waves . . . "Flip ya' double or nothin'." . . . Itek . . .card? SUSAN D.'GODDARD December 9, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts "Sud" . . . "Susie', . . . the lleet's in . . . Plantation Motel . . . "I need a Jiml!" . . . OKX . . . "Here comes Rebel!" with Mardy, Shirley, and Laurie . . , lit- tle hot Rambler . . . blye . . . "Gorging Out" . . . Whose motorcycle?? . . water skiing. NORMA J. GOTTSMAN October 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Norm" . . . M.Y.F. treas- urer . . . "We're going to the Cinema tonight." . .. OKX . . . a brown scandia sweater . . . Johnny . . . all those southern relatives . . . Advocate staff . . . her sur- prise sixteenth birthday party. SANDRA D. GOLDSHEID June 6, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Sands" . . . personality plus . . . New Hampton boys a future nurse . . . Youth group secretary . . . always reading . . . Lite 8a Brite . . . "I have to get a job!" a greallt friend . . . that long lost love. ROGER D. GOODWIN, J R. November 16, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts Jazz lover Orchesti-E . . . Band . . . creates o drums . . . N.Y.O. . . . Swing Band . . . collegxe friends . . . junior counselcr . . . band trips . . . JL. . . . trips to jazz clubs . "My friend, Joe Helms." ELLEN F. GROPMAN January 27, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Else" . . . "I hope I got a letter today." . . . ABC Rack Sc Cue "Look how long my hair is!" . . . all those rings . . . spaz . . . four barrel . . . her stulTed animals . . . boys from everywhere. LINDA J. GUDAS April 5, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Gud" . . . President of Candy Cane . . . secretary of Student Council . . . those summers in Pocasset . . . The Panorama . . . "My mother got this for me in Filene's Basement." . . , "I don't believe it." cheering . . . Fort Lauder- dale. all A ,Q JOHN P. GRADY November 7, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Jack" . .. vice-president of Thirteen Club . . . "Hey, Man!" . . . party piano player . . . the Cape . . . football . . . baseball . . . "Take it slow." . . . Peter Gunn . . . homeroom treas- urer . . . shy . . . "Hey, Grades" strictly col- legiate. Tj, , . ...xy CYNTHIA J. HAIRE September 12, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts L'Cindi" . . . Rabbit . . . those "Al Brown" parties . . . coconuts in Scituate . . . seen with Holly, Wendy, and Lori . . . Wel- lesley dump . . . "Who, me?" . . . Tom Rush . . . Star Market . . . "How ' out that!" . . . her parties . . .loves records. BARRY C HALSTEAD December 15 1946 0 ockton, Massachusetts rl' "Barry" . . . wrestling . . . l'oves to climb mountains and break skiis Mon day nights with the boy scouts Still cant get '7 ,i f -' - I Orgy" VJ aj the carl"'.. .. the camp Ziiiyflrf' counselor always with Dave Bob and Doug UA' "Good gri il fiklgflcftlft tfiy My My yr JOSEPH Q. GUCCIONE January 25, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Joe" . . . "Joey" . . . "Guchy" . . . Master Coun- cilor of DeMolay . . . '54 and '55 Fords . . . head-on . . . Hillman Convert . . . red stripe . . . Scuba diving seen with Downsey, Sundberg, Ward, and Ben- hams . . . "It's WILD" . . . working at Taylor's . . Meg. C. CHRISTOPHER GUIRY September ll, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Chris" . . . talks on hunt- ing with Mrs. Hickin in homeroom . . . guns, mor- tars, and more guns The Cannon . . , with John and Patil . . . summers on Lake Winnipesaukee the Powder Room . . . lish- ing around the island. JANE T. GREELEY July 28, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Trimm" . . . "Advocate editors lose more friends!" . . . framitzing . . . "pray for snow" . . . national ani- mal cracker day "Doesn't anyone care about the cup races?" . . . 15 m.p.h. in the bird sanctuary . . . "the Poetic Justice Man runs everything!" . . . not champagne, but beer bubbly. JOHN R. HALBROOKS June 23, 1947 Ridley Park, Pennsylvania "Hopper" Junior and Senior Class President . . . football, tennis . . . his wild shirts . . . Syndicate Club Treasurer . . . Coburr1's Cottages announcing announcements . . . Lead- er's Club . . . the Junior picnic . . . his annual Wild- cat . . . "H'lo there." SHARON L. HANSCHE December 22, 1946 Yonkers, New York '55 Plymouth . . . cats . . . palm trees . . . summer home in New York Woodies . . . mocha al- mond ice cream . . . "Beach Boysi' . . . sweat shirts, cut-offs and a pair of thongs . . . Halloween . . . "Oh Man!" W CHERYL L. HANSON March 7, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Cherrie" . . , the science expert V.A. Hospital volunteer . . . Rainbow . . . a future nurse . . . Caduceus Club . . . Sonny's convertible . . . how fast on Rt. 1287 ... Foreign Affairs Club . . . working at HoJo's . . . "Sonny and I., RONALD H. HARRIS May 8, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Ron" . . . always with Dave . . . those wild Band trips . . . drums . . . sum- mers in Maine . . . land- scaping . . . keeps that hair combed . . . "Gotta find hurricane for Mr. Holt.', ' ,mmf A. HARTSHORN J W 1, 1947 Massachusetts AHA!!! ,Org nization plus . . . Ad- ' 0 te . . . biannual trips to n . . "Merci beau- gy co ". . oot epops pizza jf b1rt day party S .1 I 2 , u 1 . orseneck fro JD ol dit Grew Inc . . . 01 ff' iw ' he pricot came out JD Q r than expected it JOHN E. HAZAM April 30, 1947 Stockholm, Sweden The handsome one . . . a Manter Blue Boy . . . Ad vacate . . . takes good care of the car excellent student. . . Executive A Council . . , Hazam's Pan- try . . . APP and ACC courses . . . "We'll look at the other colleges, too!" DAVID M. HAZEL October l, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Swift" . . . wrestling . . . another Van Cliburn . . . driving the big white tank . . . likes Wellesley . . . skin diving and water-skiing . . . working at Brigham's . . . English! . . . "My brother got it for me." . . . oh, those homeroom periods! fooling with I Bob and Barry. MARK S. HANSON October 14, 1947 Minneapolis, Minnesota "Wabbit" . . . loves to climb mountains . . . Eagle Scout the B.S. Jam- boree . . . A.M.C .... the oboe and saxaphone . . . "I have to write some music." . . . G.B.Y.S.O. . . . trips to Boston . . . "How's life? . . . periods of oblivion . . . "I like Sibelius." SUSAN S. HARRIS June 20, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Peatie" . . . Worthy Ad- visor of Rainbow . . . ICJ . . . Club 48 . . . Hirting with C225 boys . . . "Hey, Briggsiel" . . . her low voice . . . screaming in the halls . . . collecting lunch- room forks . . . "What d'ya say?" STEPHEN T. HAZAM April 30, 1947 Stockholm, Sweden "Steve" . . . long, hard summers. . .A dvocate . . . soccer . . . satirical sense of humor . . . crash programs for summer read- ing . . . "Ya-Vo!" . . . sleeps all day, awake all night . . . good student . . . APP English feeding Chopper and Hopper. BETTE A. HEALD , April 22, 1947 Natick, Massachusetts Always hitting Steve . .. giggly . . . "Forget itll' . . . that pretty blond hair . . . fooling with Donna and Marion . .. "Stand still!" . . . the week-ends in N.H. . . . "Meet me at my locker." . . . that Chrysler bomber. ROBERT W. HAVENER December 1, 1947 Southbridge, Massachusetts "Bob" . . . KIEZX . . . Radio club . . . that night in Dover . . . Audio-visual . . . the drive-ins . . . re- volving night lights . . . Bear Hill . . . "ah-ooo- gah!" the '65 Snake Dance . . . "Oh, birdseedi' . . . science expert . . . Prince Street . . . July 4th parade. l l l ,l MW mf gif at Ll L YJ , JL M cf, PM Vnj X fl pf t wi. f Jyyyf me STEPHEN A. HEBERT June 10, 1947 Waltham. Massachusetts "Steve" . . . the three week boy . . . hard days at the Crest . . . with Dave, Carl, and Bruce . . . spyders . . . fun at the movies . . . three . . . in the basement . . . Bruce's car . . . with J.R. in '45, ROBERTA L. HIGGINS August 26, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Merry Christmas" . . . "I'm going to paint the bomb red with a white rac- ing stripe!" . . . Hilltopper Business Editor sum- mers in Marblehead . . . "I have to go to Waltham." . . . always so busy. 1-1,.'.1:,p. A , nw" 5, ' 'M 5' ' ,V .w x , if ' V, 211: 'N . A I N .. V' 2 . 'A , H4-:sm - It ,gf , . - mpgs, 1 , .-!. - 101 BRUCE A. HELMSDORFF .Iuly 14, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts KIZKK . . . Audio-Visual Club . . . Prince Street . . . Radio Club . . . the trans- mitter hunt . . . that Simca . . . "Ah-ooo-gah!" . . . re- volving night lights . . . the Swampsott Hamfest that truck at the Snake Dance . . . Science Fair '64 . . . and that T.B.S.-50. SARAH B. HENDERSON November 22, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Sally" . . . putting fear in little children . . . "I live for summer!" . . . perpetual Charlies . . . Advocate Photography Editor . . . azure contacts and platinum rinses French sailors . . . Freudian slips . . . "That rat!" . . . Labor Day weekend. CAROL M. HENNESSEY December 18, 1947 Revere, Massachusetts "Flash" . . . B.C .... nite school . . . blond? . . . treasurer of homeroom . . . N.Y. Olympic Trials , . . "Howdy" . . . "Go Pats" . , . Tudor Rd. riot . . . "Flex" fish Charles River . .. Wild Cat . , . S.H. . . . Pretty Women the Tam O'Shanter. . .auntie. CLARK B. HILLS July 16, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Hillsy" . . . "What does the "B" stand for?" seen with Bob and Curt . . . every weekend . . . complain much? . . . kids . . . sea wall . . . "What am I going to use for an excuse?" S. GAIL HOLMES December 16, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "That's swinging!" . . . likes skiing . . . Friday nights tying up that party line . . . nuts about clothes . . . W.P.I. . . . guidance . . . all that sewing . . . with Nan, Carol, and the girls . . . foot in mouth phi- losophy . . . Quincy shop- ping sprees . . . Doug. MARY J. HOOD April 8, 1947 Flint, Michigan "Mudd" . . . "Hoodie" . . . openhouses with Jan . . . Hilltopper . . . OKX . . . her license at last! . . . "Bite your tongue!" . . . the cowpond and ex-best friends . . . a laugh and smile for everyone . . . her swingin' guitar. 7 f 1 hy, OJ .Qfxjiklx CQ? 6 fav Le' off' ,u , R X if ,ey ,NX 03' 'Ji ew P7 X bf the glue ubognb ef L UC! IXXAJL' I V03 K-7 xx J . . . "It's party timeln . . . ,JA Cvkf XV' The Crowd . . . "Hey, ,P x ,Wi Charlie!" . . . the 4-cup QQ XVQJ ' .WJ pitcher . . . that U. Mass. QW weekend! . . . "C-2, Girls!" Qi' ,CQ G, X . . "Do you want to know - jk x V, V! a secret?" . . . rings . . . ,OH ge ' Eff , "My Honey." V NPWX vga' XN BRIAN D. HURLEY August 24, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Hurle" . . . working at Firestone . . . cars, cars, and more cars . . . moon- lighting at Nick O'Briens . . . sharing his locker with all his friends . . . "Hey, uh . . ." . . .Barbara. .te SB, fy, ATN in K S7 Ng? L, ox 1 PAT R I A ijyril 2 1947 QS Long Cbwxg-..P" at" XFXVIE Teena Boston mnnagubvm eagrk wsweatshirts . .- 'e rides f rossggrhwatick. . gag: ' ge sundaes. ,- 550 ,yk Q' SANDRA L. JACKSON January ll, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Criminy!" . . . B.Y.F. treasurer . . . New Hamp- shire interests . . . those lovely S u n d a y mornings . . . seen with "Rowee," Barb, and Doris . . . future secretary . .. "I have to work!" . . . Bruce. JOHN L. HOOPER January 7, 1947 Framingham, Massachusetts "Jack" . . . "Hooper" . . . "Flush" . . . U. Mass. fra- ternity parties . . . with Steve and Danny . . . skiing . . . B.Y.F. retreats . . . girls . . . glassy eyes . . . Hooper's grin . . . forget- ting his money at Cleopatra "Are you kidding me?" . sweater happy MARY E. HOWE July 1, 1947 Jackson, Michigan "Tosca" . . . green woodie with a daffodil . . . "ciao" powder blue V.W.'s "Said quietly so as not to oiTend" . . . "Rats" . . . quiet? . . . "I don't care anymo're" . . . "I could have told him in May!' HVOSLEF February 9, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Cindy" . . . library . . . seen with Rabbit and Lori ... apples. . .tennis . . . Billy . . . those organization periods! . . . "Are you kid- ding?" . . . seen at an "Al Brown? party . . . Jacques . . . that confused look . . . summers in Needham t.Ugh!,, GAIL J. ISHERWOOD July 11, 1947 Wareham, Massachusetts "Gish" ... Needham High's next door neighbor . . . "That's the way it goes." . .. Westfield next year? . . . Tri-Y-Hi . . . Majorettes . . . lollipop wrapper . . . cherry cough drops and driver ed. . . . ...j ' onions and ketchup . . . X N 55 Ni Miss Candor. 0' .lf 91 1 A I ' XD' 0 'X6' xcyiye' CHARLES J. JAFFE ijt' 01 D' 5, June 26, 1947 0 'y' 7- , gf f Dorchester, Massachusetts O 32' N37 C56 ,LX 'ft "Who's the babe?" . . gf Wy Jr' those wild parties . . . down " 6? Mac's with Dave and Larryf 43,4 . . , The Buddy . . . Presi- ,?? Q45 0 3 dent of homeroom . . . , J ' , basketball camp . . . "Seen lr,-'V vw Margaret?" . . . shades . . . Xe Pgjp pushes the big Hammond xj . . . long arms . . . wiffle- wifs . . . Club 47. V -x0 0,c4f9LMJ,,7" SANDRA G. JANES May 12, 1947 Everett, Massachusetts tSandy" . . . "Jimmie Bishop is my brother". . . a welcomed addition to 'f-Needham High "I .af f"". ,Eff SUSAN B. KADETSKY October 29, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Suze" . . . "Detsky" . . . Ellie's good-buddy . . . her crazy notes . . . that impish look Pam and Meg . . . art in her future . . . TYG . . . Hilllopper . . . laughing fits . .. Nomads . . . haunting the art room . . . lovely clothes . . . a certain Napoleon. 0 1 al W LINDA J. KELLYPWJJ December 14 Needham, lv "What dear?" . . . always blushing everlasting supply of gum .. . good audience . . . "My hair will never grow!" always eating but never gains weight . . . happy-go-lucky . . . "Oh, aren't you sweet." kinda miss EVERETTH . . . pretty brown eyes . . . "I'll never have long hair at this rate" . . . her infectious laugh . . . talking with all the boys. MARK C. JOHNSON September 15, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Language enthusiast DeMolay . . . Orchestra . . . seen with George and Roger . . . Slavic Club . . . Greater Boston Youth Sym- phony Orchestra Li- brary Club . .. The Ar- tisan's on Newbury Street in Boston. ROBERT H. KELEHER October 4, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Bob" . . . "Kel" . . . hockey and golf . . . seen with Bob, Steve, and Paul . . . id hockey fan . . . s ers at the golf course . . . "Keleher with one I." JOHN A. KALIN January 24, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Crash" . . . hot Chevy . . . Thunder Road fan . . . Carter's summers . . . "You gotta be kidding meg it's too early in the morning." . . . trips to the Cape . . . with Steve, Al, Chub, and Dave . . ."Basically. . ." LESLEA B. JENKINS August 19, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Les" . . . Worthy Advisor . .. swimming in the la- goon V.P. of OKX . . . writing letters . . . "I have so much to do." . . . blonds have more fun . . . library in the morning . . . Chinese restaurants . . . My Old Kentucky Home. CELIA E. JONES August 9, 1947 Pottstown, Pennsylvania "Ceal" . . . NEMC . . . those unmentionable camp pranks . . . have violin, will play . . . Southeastern Mu- sic Festival regular . . . in all varsity sports . . . tennis pro . . . everybody's friend smile for all GBYSO . . . always willing to help others. GERALD W. KELLEY January 5, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Jerry" . . . crazy excuses for absences . . . "The oil burner blew up again!" . . . '55 blue and white Chevy convertible "I finally got a stick." . . . working at Gino's . . . seen with Rich, Bob, and Don. ww LESLIE A KENNEDY Cx 0 U April 23, 1947 8 5 UWJJ Boston, Massachusetts , ' Les' . . . unpredictable 5 A . . . pretty green eyes . . . I H1 , UJ "Mike who?" . .. white MVN - ,LQ 3 Austin Healy . . . "seri- , . U L D ously, thoughn . . . lively UQXJHVLB . L one . . . old record hour , with Pete . . . Sorrota . . . UU , seen with Sandy and Mullen M' . ,tfxafuf-I . OJ . , . sincere. . AMY OU 'Ukj-'X' L VN0'J .A No fV"X , 'fl .ff-tggged Us W aw JOHN E. KIMURA September 16, 1946 Bridgeport, Connecticut Lt. Gov. at Boy's State . . . playing golf amateur pilot . , . science whiz . . . gas' chromatography . . . tennis . . . always skiing . . . State Science Fair win- ner . . . quiet . . . hard worker . . . friendly to all. lPAUL D. KING February 12, 1948 Springfield, Massachusetts "P.K." . . . "The black pig is broken again." . . . those saddle shoes . . . a The Club member . . . frequents Stoughton and the Rex . . . "Whoa Babe." JULIANNE KRAWIECKI May 7, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Jules" . . . "Speedy" . . . those Saturdays at Filenes . . , always with the two Lindas . . . ambitious . . . homeroom at 8:01 . . . al- ways talking . . . too much for words . . . "forget it" cinnamon lifesavers . . . down by the Charles WAYNE R. LAMPMAN January 10, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts Clarence in the class play . . . soccer . . . his smile . . . Advocate stall . . . "You're late again, Wayne." . . . cool sweaters . . . "Great!" . . . time for chewing gum . . . "But I really am always worrying!" 7 ,ill JUNE M. KIN September 24, 194 ' V Boston, - 1 . N ffl lt If V! "Chungk1ng ' . f ,X ' fy . . . "My man ff! ' ' xv . . . with j fl W Wg Sudsy . . . 5 W , 'tYah, but" . . . HoJo's" . . . . . ."Wanna Junior Class tlenecks. . . license." , VINCENT A. LALLI ' May 31, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Vince" Mr. Hooker . . . the wrestling team . . . A.V. . . . "That's nice!" ...his C.B. rig . . . the little "Russian-Italian." THEODORE W. LAMPMAN August 1, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Ted" . . . "Here" . . . baseball 10, 11, and 12 . . . the Rex Towne and Country seen around with Dan and John after school with Lenny . . . the janitor's friend . . . HTH . I ' t.Hey!,, M I . 'FM ff M 1 , I , ff fmt! , I V . Lf! WILLIAM G. Kg! D ' March 2, 1948 , nfl Quincy, Massachusettsl "Billy" . . . TBS basketball team after school ati Barney's . . . shy and quiet,l yet afraid of no one . . .1 Slavic Club . . . always with the gang . . . "I don't give a darn!" . . . weekend ill sister. mf t 41 LORILYN K. LEENHOUTS February 18, 1947 Mt. Clemens, Michigan "Lori" . . . coke . . . those "Al Brown" parties . , . that certain Northeasterner . . . library . . . Humarock . . . seen with Rabbit . . . "Tres Kool" i'Abernathy" . . .Tom Rush . . . "Oh, say!" . . . those red hats . . . "Look at all them Starfish!" . . . HK-OW, JOHN H, LANNON December 31, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Johnsie" . . . "Lans" . . those wild weekends . . . Dickie and the guys the green bomber . . . after seven? . . . "Who's Uncle Ralph?" . . . talk much? , . . "Oh, whippy" . . . Buddy Holly records .. Queeny. . . sincere. ROBERT J. LEBLANC April 4, 1948 Lynn, Massachusetts Junior Classical League . . . honor roll . . . one year at Lynn Classical . . . young- est member of the centen- nial class . . . "By George!" . . . very shy . . . summers in Maine . . . seen slaving in Mr. Muir's Latin class. LINDA L. LIVINGSTON March 1, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts 'lHiya, kids!" , . . gullibility plus . . . all those clothes . . , her little peasant scarfs . . . petite . . . artistic . . . "One of these days they're going to fall off!" . . . heartbreaker . . . so many boys . . . LLLL! . . . the Chinaman . . . "Now wait just a minute!" JAMES LEFFERS April 25, 1947 Nashville, Tennessee "Jim" . . . the Marines . . . quiet . . . transfer from Maryland . . . football . . . that Southern drawl . . . 13 Club . . . one of Mr. I-lerlihy's genies blue Volks convertible . . . red socks . . . water skiing shiner . . . "Yes, sir!" LAURA D. LAPEZA January 9, 1947 Brighton, Massachusetts Beautiful blonde hair . . . T.T .... seen with Scavag and Fran T.P. night ...her many boys Old Silver . . . those nights with the girls . . . "NO big thing!" . . . "Put on your sledsf' . . . always talking. PETER W. LEE November 4, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts - "Pete" . . . white Austin Healy . . . seen at the S.S.B .... Mr. Osgood and Mr. Rowe's friend . . . old record hour . . . low life- high life . . . likes bucket seats . . . always smiling?!! . . . "That's close." NANCY A. LOVE November 7, 1947 Opelika, Alabama Those BYF retreats . . . southern defender . . . TRI- HI-Y . . . three certain boys from MYF . . . loves lions . . . Rainbow . . . "For joy" . . . office girl . . . "Let's go shopping" . . , horse-back riding at Big Red's. HOWARD A. LOWE February 20, 1948 Malden, Massachusetts A three year vacation in California . . . return of the native . . . "Do I know you?" MY little red sports car . . . "The girls are better back here." . . . worshipper of Lovely Fe- males . . . with Bob. GORDON A. LU MSDEN June 1, 1947 Clinton, Massachusetts "Lumpy" . . . hotf?JFord seen constantly with Tommy, Dave, and Mac . . . summers spent loaling on the Cape . . . champion water skier . , . a regular at the Norwood Oval . . . Mac's TR. GLEN MacWILLIAMS June 2, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts Lowlife . . . going to Ho- Jo's . . . wild child . . . white ford ... with Tommy, Sherm, and Chuck Cape Cod the debtor . . . his many loves. PAULETTE M. MABARDY April 16, 1947 Quincy, Massachusetts "Maybody" . . . "You're a honey" . . . loves to dance . . . often with Marion . . . her West Roxbury friends always fighting with Bobby .. . "I worry too much." . . . future hair- dresser . . . Syrian dancing "Where's that stupid American?" CAROLYN J. MacLEOD December 31, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts Her crazy laugh . . . those summer trips future secretary . . . "20 m.p.h." . . . taking life easy . . . Arizona . . . diets . . . long walks on Sunday . . . con- vertible cars . . . with Kathy, Pat, and Lynne. GEORGE W. LUMSDEN August 23, 1945 Clinton, Massachusetts "Billy" . . . "Lump" . . . Ford problems , . . working at Texaco . . . a Norwood arena frequenter ... t'Yeah, it is." . . . quiet and mysterious . . . after school activities . . . fun in room C-247 . . . always JEAN C. MAHONEY December 17, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts That summer in California . . . Mahoney, the one with the brown hair . . . makes her own clothes . . . Cadu- ceus Club . . . future nurse . . . "See how long my hair is!" . . . "With my luck I'll never get my license!" ka JM? PHYLLIS A. MacFARLAND July 2, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Pam" vice-president of Tri-Hi-Y . . . working at Lewandos . . . true individ- ualist . . . her wild driving . . . "There's nothing wrong with me!" . . . future phys- iotherapist? Kingston Trio records . . . seen with Gail and Nancy. JOHN A. MacMILLAN April 1, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Johnny" his radios working at the Y.M.C.A .... 'iHi Doakslf' . . . putting more mileage on his father's blue wagon . . . "Choe!" . . . quiet? . . . a member of the Fire Chasers of America. JEANNE P. MAHONEY March 2, 1947 Norwood, Massachusetts "Jeannie" . . . G8LE . . . guarding lives at the Pool and Racket Club . . . in- vitations from Dartmouth and Brown Tau Phi Gamma . . . future nurse . . . accelerated everything . . . lucky thirteen . . . a blonde who tans . . . the cowboy down the street. JAMES P. MALONEY September 18, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Zipper" . . . football, bas- ketball, baseball . . . a member of the Hide-Away a gentleman on the gridiron . . . his good driv- ing . . . Gillis' Guest House . . . "Right here, Ernie" . . . the coaches son . . . a way with women. DIANE E. MALTBY January 20, 1948 Dorchester, Massachusetts A new addition to N.H.S. from Texas . . . water skiing and horseback riding spends some of her spare time painting . . . likes jazz, pops, and classics . . . en- joys Chemistry . . . talka- tive . . . letters from Tony. PATRICIA M. MANTENUTO December 16, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Patty" pizza-maker . . . always in a hurry . . summers at Wareham . . . "Oh, I'm sorry" . . . trips to Westwood future teacher . . . love that Ital- ian food . . . "If I can get the car . . . . Gordan. KAREN J. McCULLOCH January 3, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Mus" . . . Worthy Advisor of Rainbow . . . OKX . . . "Ayeahl That's a knee slapperl' . . . painting the town in George's car . . . BBC . . . summers at Po- casset . .. "Ay-Ay-Ay!" . . . love those earrings . . . seen with Martha , . TAB. WARREN J. MALONEY October 30, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Boo" his fifty-five Ford always at the Cape with Rick and Steve the Bayberry Motel . . . "Let's bounce!" . . . Tina. f .ff jj, 'Ll i' 4 . VERALYN M. 7 f Ji emgf L94 MANCUSO WVU . ,Mfg 5 Lili wo I 0 Cliff-' OL 1 uiy 24, 1947 gf A J 60344, Bronx, New YorkLL ' YZ, I' 7' fl "Ver" . . . weekends in 5 61.44-'tag NewuYork . . .-"Oh! that'sZ My 6,144.7 good . .. Squirettes . . . 'fb' nice clothes . . . "Oh 1715! 669700 V A L can't wait" . . . Senior ,' Wi m breakfast T.V. lover I C QQLC . . . mermaid . . . always sleeping . . . "I'm letting dj my hair grow." . . . "Bye" ' V ' . Mgr LQLQX . . .Club 48. . .-'Buzzf W9 LZVMJIG -rf LLL 35430 1 QQVQ Zftqpaf EILEEN J. MAZOR January 6, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Ei" . . . New Hampton . . . Winter Carnivals and spring weekends . . . Howie . . . "Did I get a letter to- day?" November 25 . . . "I'm going to finish that sweater." . . . summers at F.C.C. . . . trips to Man- chester long distance phone calls . . . all those songs. STEPHEN McDANIEL August 13, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Steve" . .. "Steb" . . unmanageable red hair . . . the bombin blue scooter . . . football . . . skippin with Billy . . . Mr. Shine's buddy a Parmiginian pest . . . "Well, what does it look like I'm doing!" . . . his unlucky leg. JAMES J. MCDONOUGH September 9, 1946 Framingham, ' Massachusetts 'LMe work? Never" . . . al- ways looking for a job . . . on a diet . . . '57 pancho . . . hot '52 Fords . . . seen with the Agonies Demo Derby . . . going with P.S. . . . seen with Pete, Pete, and Hank. NANCY L. McILWRATH November 5, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Her nephew . . . the com- puter course at Natick . . . seen with Carole . . . a fu- ture mathematician . . . Christian Ed. worker . .. her sister's new convertible . . . those weeks at Camp Wilmot, N. H .... a good listener. - Muse Enqxlbk QAQSSQ5 mr' 6'Yf151fXCmQl. Nil l GWJQQQ FE LINDA B. McKENZIE January 20, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "You might know." . . . gabby mornings in the locker room . . . fast trips to Boston . . . C.M. ski trip P'WQN.,bkxOh! that summer in St. YNOXJ D Louis . . . homeroom . . . LJ XQQ Qi CQ LQXC Gi- .okbgxxs I . mg M T f 56.54- Ckx QKJQQ5 A LQQQ , L.,xrNQlG LAWRENCE MCLAUGHLIN May 29, 1945 Roslindale, Massachusetts Lawrence, "short arms" . . . seen with Chuck and Dave "I'm goin' out with Dedham tonight!" . . . part- ies down Mass. . . , "No doubt about it in my mind." RICHARD C. MCNEIL May 23, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Rick" . . . the blue tank . . . "Suzie" . . . weekends at the Cape with Warren and Steve . . . Bayberry Motel . . . that girl from Jersey . . . "I don't need a haircut." . . . always seen with Warren. fun loving . .. conscien- tious . . . seen with Julie and Terry. JANET R. McGAFFIGAN May 23, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "McGaff" tennis and field hockey always laughing . . . Tau Phi Gamma. . .swimming. . . cramming for tests . . . physics with Mr. Herlihy . . . always talking during homeroom "It's the car, not me." LESLIE R. MCKECHNIE M' January 25, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Les" . .. the highlanderw . . . the big man at HO- JO's . . . "Let's go back to my house" . . . always with the five . . .a stud. . .six- gun man . . . Boatex . . . New Hampshire at dawn . . . "Let's take my car." . . .Truro. PHILIP R. MCMURRAY May 3, 1947 Richland, Washington "Phil" . . . basketball and tennis . . . friendly . . . a smile for all . . . new to our school . . . "Are you kidding?" . , . avid sports fan, especially of the Balti- more Colts . . , Mr. Herlihy's 5th period physics class. CONSTANCE McNEILLY July 29, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Connie" . . . "Mac" . . . MYF . . . Her contagious laugh . . . continuous talk . . . always looking for gum . . . seen with the girls . . . jolly summers at the Cape . . . skiing . . . that white car . . 5 "I don't know." 'F .41 f 1 r N C ' i 1 'C f I , 1 f l lVLlM4liEY"i4llriif:,t?l3 L ,qc 'L ' 7 ' I, lvl, 2,1 fe Ml' J f, ! - , V ff 1 I y 1 if . lfry' i 'ZW' Alb ,lf W ' J 1 "XZ, 'XL' ,-Z1 f I ff kfffk , .1 , gf ,iff 54,22 2 !lc,.Zf,'L Zfff' 1 A52 . , , in '14, A f A 64,1 'lr' rf VY?" ,H H ff?'L' .if lg Ts. lpfjflff Q' 1 f ' ,, 4,2 A ,f A, -' JL 5 ' J UUA' f ,fdfxj X1 Lf'-1 ' ,V -1-M5 U' 'V 1 lf ,NL 4 qi 1 A lg-"A , if' .llffflj X-fsjffq t f ,VJ V 1 V, V 1 ,N e I , fl' Vt, . J' LOIS R. MCKNIGHT August 9, 1947 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hi Lo . . . sparkling lovely, so feminine Madras band uniforms . . the band exchanges piccolo problems . . . QQ to draw s's . . . wou rather light than switch . . seen skipping over br . . . Niskayuna . . camp. idg es ld 53 , -- BEVERLY T. McNUTT March ll, 1947 Melrose, Massachusetts "Bev" . . . summers in New Hampshire . . . t'my coun- try boy" skiing and sewing . . . knitting in faith . . . Woolworth's gal . . . little red Volkswagen .. . Worsman's home away from home . . . those band trips . . . "Yes, ah!" . . . incoherent letters. JAMES M. MICALI December 21, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Jim" . . . ambler . . . 'KEasy Ed" the sieve . . . varsity soccer . . , var- sity golf The Black Box . , . summers at Oyster Harbors . . . "I'll never get the Cadillac" . . . "I just might become a golf pro." ANDREA F. MERKEL November 3, 1946 Quincy, Massachusetts Good friends Carole and Donna . . . "oh, darn" . . . delightful trips to New Hampshire . . . worked at Y Day Camp Jolly . . . oh! that trip to Ver- mont . . . sweet kid . . . summer at Pool and Racket Club. CHERYL A. MERNICK August 18, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Sherry" . . . Sam . . . b re a k a ble , unbreakable glasses varsity every- thing . . . Tau Phi Gamma Tempest with a red carnation . . . basketball captain . . . generally hys- terical , . . Sunday football ...water-skiing . .. Maine summers . . . coffee fudge ice cream. PAULA J. MEROLA September 2, 1946 Malden, Massachusetts Bicycling to school . . . Harvard Square . . . unend- ing enthusiasm for living . . . Bob Dylan, Joan Baez . . . pots in the art room informal discussions . . . "My bike wheel bent on the way to school." ROBIN J. MIDDLE- BROOKE March 12, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Rob" . . . Advocale . . . Tri-Hi-Y girl . . . Hilltop- per . . . "My mother made this." . . . happy summers at Y camp . . . future teacher for retarded chil- dren long dark hair ...CSFIIl...WPI... weekends! JAMES H. MILLS March 5, 1947 Lakewood, Ohio "Jim" . . . summers in New Hampshire ... indoor track . . . his mother's Chevy . . . skiing . . . ten- nis . . . New Hampshire friends . . . "got to study" . . . Spanish major. 109 l CAROL L. MONACELLI June 4, 1947 Rochester, New York "Keerol" . . . sneakers and sweatshirts dyed to match . . . 15 m.p.h. in the bird sanctuary . . . "I want that car!" . . . framitzing . . . Butch 8L Spike . . . fizzies in milk . . . tubercular laugh . . . letters from Wil- liams . . . cracker jacks. MARTHA L. MORRISON June 6, 1947 Waltham, Massachusetts "Marty" . . . P.Y.F. . . . trip to New York . . . Mimi . . . Rainbow . . . notes in physiology . . . working at Betty Gray . . . knitting in math . . . that car . . . "Don't study too hard" . . . her French ac- cent . . . quiet . . . never on time. STEPHEN H. MORSE September 16, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "No, I'm 'H"' sum- mers at the Cape . . . The Club . . . disc jockey . . . seen with Paul, John, and Eric . . . "This is my last party" smart dresser . . . prefers a certain blond. ROBERT E. MOSHER January 10, 1947 Quincy, Massachusetts "Bob" . . . "Mo" . . . Syndicate Club . . . work- ing at Kinnes alone with Sully's magazines . . . with that senior girl . , . his hives . . . driving his father's car . . . "Little Mo" . . , seen with the boys. - CAROL E. MOORE December 28, 1946 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Carol" . . . future guid- ance counselor . . . "Think positive" . .. worked at Filenes in Chestnut Hill seen with Gail and Lori . . . likes tennis, clothes, and bowling . . . weekends at New Hamp- shire. BONNIE A. MONTGOMERY July 25, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Bonnie" those wild walks home . . . Saturday night at Norwood Arena . . . her special driver . . . that laugh . . . "What time did she get in?" . . . bike rides . . . party time . . , her long nails . . . Gino's . . . "Get his name" . . . with Jean. STEPHEN A. MORSE June 12, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts "Big Daddy" . . . twelve o'clock runs . . . U.A. sign snatcher ... Needham Dolphins ... another Henry Ford . . . loves na- ture . . . the Big Merc . . . night watchman at Mitchell parking lot . . . Jack Dan- iels' friend . . . "The idea is O. DOUGLAS MOSES February 4 1948 Salem Massachusetts Doug . . . Moe Im going to grow my hair long someday. . . . varsity soccer . . . But the Ram bler is a great car' slowest man on the soccer team . . . basketball enthu siast . . . Theres nothing up Strawberry Hill DAVID F. MORRIS November 15, 1946 Burlington, Vermont "Dave" always with Ron and Hank . . . thos hip band trips wil summers in New Hampshir . . . Delvroiay . . . the mi Plymouth . . , working a Whetton's . . . "Hey fella, how's life?" JUDITH G. MULL t December 14 1947 ge ,og Newton, Massachuset 45 NGS' N 333,19-Sb. with . . . the action i , homeroom . . . Jordan . . . G35 Sorrota treasurer . . . workcyf' Os V mx ing at Filene's . . . alwaysgfv of 5' with Barbara . . . Those T.P. nights . . . "Oh yeah he called six times," QQ WTS? cfs? 96 R 5 f Y GY x "Mui" . . . always fun to by ' :a TSS? Vx CB' P Spy 65:5 X S 0 A 5 Away NANCY S. MURRAY July 4, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Nance" . . . cutie . . . the Pig . . . paint fight . . . six in the M.G .... that laugh . . . her way with boys . . . girl's night out . . . goofball . . . her "sister" Becky B ...parties ... "my honey" ... Bob ... B.B.C. ROBERT L. NEWBERT August 5, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts Swift . . . trips to Cuba and Bermuda summer in Europe . . . The Globetrot- ter . . . German beer halls and Parisian night clubs . . . his bavarian hat . . . avid scuba diver . . . con- templating ultimates with Dave, Puss, and Howie. WALTER MULOCK August 25, 1947 Baltimore, Maryland "Wally" . . . 352 wagon . . . blue convertible . . . "Let's go for a ride" . . . Wa1ly's wagon . . . "This is fun" . . . big blue eyes . . . the hand . . . dome polisher . . . "Got any bowling alley wax?" ANNE M. MURPHY November 27, 1946 Brighton, Massachusetts "Murph" . . . Anne with an "e" . . . secretary of Tau Phi Gamma . . . all those accidents.. ,Advocate staff it's about those seat covers . . . summers in N. Falmouth . . . V.A. . . . "You know what he said today?" PATRICIA NEALAND August 25, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Nealand spelled with an "N" . . . no more glasses . . . "Wait a minute" . . . boney knees . . . innocent? . . . Senior honor roll, huh? . . . black and blue . . . avid summer . . . loves the gang . . . her big appetite? . . .Craig. PAULA L. NARDELLA March 19, 1948 Somerville, Massachusetts B.C. mixers . . . that boy Marv . .. accident prone . . . "What are those?" . . . nearsighted . . . a certain green motor scooter . . . crash diets . . . Senior breakfast . . . Calverts . . . submarine sandwiches . . "I finally got my license!" ROBERT C. NEWTON December 6, 1944 Needham, Massachusetts "Noodles" seen with Ols and Nancy . . . his hot rod . . . lion tamer . . . looking for excitement- usually finds it . . . "Did you ever ride a bike at night without a light?" PETER L. MUMFORD February 17, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Murphy" . . . Bumpy . . . seen at the Rex and in Stoughton ... tough courses . . . sharp dresser . . . tides in The Black Pig . . . "I know where there is a good dance tonight." LINDA D. MURRAY March 3, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Wilt . . . varsity basketball . . . Caduceus Club . . . Library Club . . . Cho- raleers . . . tennis . . . fu- ture P.T. . . . "But what's wrong with Harvard?" . . . table 3 . . . seen with Marsh, Ginny, and Marilyn . . . one of Mrs. Haine's helpers? . . . Doug. SUSAN J. NELSON December 27, 1946 Brighton, Massachusetts "Nellie" her friendly smile . . . Duxbury beach parties . . . Beacon Street . . . piles of books . . . Brownie . . . listening for the Fury ski hazard . . . The Loon . . . Christ- mas in Nassau-Dirty Dick's . . . letters from Notre Dame . . . Rick. BARBARA J. NICHOLS January 22, 1947 Malden, Massachusetts "Barb" . . . "Hi-yo" . . . marching through the wild- erness . . . the new car . . . B.P.L. . . . going fishing . . . summers in N.H. . . . horseback riding in Maine . . . 'lGolly" . . . expired permit-future driver? . . . sewing. DAVID M. NICKERSON April 29, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts "Nick" . . . "Dave" . . . seen with Zone and Marty . . . hanging five at Virginia Beach . . . often at Ho-Jo's . . . no time for school . . . sketching in class . . . in- dependent. ROBERT C. NORTON August 14, 1943 Boston, Massachusetts "Sarge" summers on the fence . .. driving a Seme for Brown's . . . "A wet bird doesn't Hy at night" . . . "Did you hear about Smoky Bobwell?" ...R is for Renault... brother Bob. JAMES G. NOURSE December 14, 1947 Buffalo, New York From California . . . with Harry, Greg, John, and Howie . . . that telegram: disregard first message . . . after school lab periods . . . the thirteenth hole at minia- ture golf . . . wants to go to Lehigh or Purdue. DAVID S. NICOLL January 31, 1947 Dorchester, Massachusetts Nips . . . the elf . . . work- ing at W.C.C. . . . all those girls . . . planning those weekends . . . golf . . . "Boo, get that car tonight!" . . . the face . . . "How- psychology." PAMELA T. NICHOLS January 19, 1948 Worcester, Massachusetts "Pam" . . . the A-frame . . . J.C.L. scribe . . . fifty cent dividends . .. Advo- cate and Hilltopper typing stat? . . . Varsity tennis with Celia . . . the mariner cruise! . . . "I don't under- stand that man!" ERIC L. NICKERSON December 2, 1946 Waltham, Massachusetts "Ichy Poo" . . . big bet . . . seen at the Rex and in Stoughton . . . rides in the Black Pig basketball . . . the boat . . . "I've got time for Mr. Allen again" . . . Nickerson State Park. RUSSELL B. NORTON February 24, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Russ" . . . those crazy socks . . . soccer . . . the Nortmobile . . . the red truck . . . going out for ice cream . . . Admiral Norton . . . first one to lunch . . . camping on the river . . . a Scotchman's pocket with a gourmet taste. FRANCES A. NYE February' 18, 1947 Wellesley, Massachusetts F-F-Frances . . . fullo fun . . . "could be tense" . . . her jokes . . . always shop- ping . . . T.P. night . . . Sorrota . . . BBC . . . with i l i l l l l l i l l i l l DAVID P. NIGRO June 4, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Davey" . . . buckwheat . . . stick ponch . . . snow banks . . . Christmas vaca- tions . . . dome polisher . . . always talking . toothless . . . the men . .i. the hand . . . Stop and Shop boy . . . our clutch man. . .C-A-R-L-A. i i fl t - f WV? ,ity , jp, J' Wo LL! .ff if ,il ,vi if I jun VO 'gd' W WSW? l v.l VV Xl 1 jiri! . ' f if My jc iw? HM xiii Oi A fri 1 in jyffiyj , P 1+ , JY!! 1 Jf 'jf to l IT W It ,jf A ,. Laura . . . those nights with DAL Ji O! f hc 60 the girls . . . "But he was Q f fd, l 1 L so handsome!" . . . Nantas- yi' 17 01' l W ker. , Ll' ty f l .f " . rf' :Lf in V., ,J A .1 112 4 K' if ' l' 4 li I gy 1 1' A Jil' iikyjivi JENNIFER OAKMAN May 12, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Jeff" . . . 'iJeHiner" . . . President of Tau Phi Gamma . . . Student Coun- cil . . . her little V.W. . . . future nurse . . . "I'll get a letter tomorrow" . .. "tough cazoobies" . . ., Noble and Greenough ,.,. .Q , , l it Gary. ff, ' 1 , J J fy A , g . N -.9 .1 ' - V , If L 1 v Q 1 2 4 I , ix s V ' X J .1. .., R . "' 'ff .f 'r gf 'U J . 1 I., 14,' GREGORY P. O'LEARY March 14, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts Crazy dances with Brenda . . . Florida in '63 . . . the Walton gang . . . summers at Plum Island . . . with Jim, Harry, and Howie . . . Paul . . . smart much? . . . Harry's XL . . . Sheila. 1 l fr,,. g 1,1 A-Q 1 ,-. 1. ' j L II1 DIANE E. O'BRIEN December 27, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Nookie". . .beautiful clothes "that's close" . . . "Was that Todd?" . . . cute and petite sum- mers at York .. . crazy eyes . . . "Hey Lyons" . . . always has a smile . . . Todd . . . loves to sail. JANET M. O'BRIEN December 1, 1945 Boston, Massachusetts "Jan" . . . "Is Pat coming home tonight?" Cal- vert's girl . . . "You guys are so slow!" . . . the Air Force . . . "Are you going to work today?" . . . June . . . little blond . . . in c- 122 before school. MARION S. OHANIAN September 20, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Always out of gas . . . Ar- menian Youth Federation . . . '54 Chevy . . . seen with Phyllis, Darlene, and Paulette . . . "We aren't twins" . . . "You fool" . . . "Boy are you dumb!" . . . A Ho Jo's girl . . . those oriental dances. BRENDA C. O'NEIL May 21, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Sudzy" . . . the Cape . . . "The car won't start" . . . with Ann, Kathy, June, and Carole . . . her parties . . . "A" student? . . .her Irish temper . . . expressive eyes . . . "When I make my mil- lion!" . . . airline hostessing . . .sailerboy. . .Eddie.. JEAN E. O'NEIL September 24, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Jeanie" . . . look Out for her camera trips to New Hampshire . . . always smiling . . . future secretary "That's my sister Judy!" . . . with Donna . . . good in Office Practice . . . Sunday afternoons . . . all her pets. ll3 PATRICIA A. O'NEILL May 3, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Tish" . . . badminton tro- phies . . . wistful eyesight . . . future teacher . . . New York . . . her deco- rated locker . . . a certain fellow named- .... her bright smile. WILLIAM J. OWENS May 19, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Bill" . . . varsity soccer . . . D-Y girls . . . "I think John and I are going skiing this weekend!" . . . summer nights with the group . . . collegiate hair cut . . . var- sity outdoor track . . . cen- tennial tloat . . . Advocate. DONNA M. PANOSIAN October 26, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts That New York trip . . . M.Y.F. . . . friendly . . . with Andrea and Sandy . . . artistic . . . nice clothes . . . that prom . . . "I gotta get a job." . . . pretty smile . . . "Oh, No!" . . . "Any- body got some gum?" PATRICIA L. PATTERSON August 20, 1947 Washington, D. C. "Patsy" . . . always smiling . . . hint of a southern ac- cent . . . "That should prove interesting!" . . . gul- lible . . . swimming . , . W G.S. . .. the Volkswagen RICHARD A. PECK September 19, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "George" . . . tackle on the football team . . . enthusi- astic bowler . . . "Hey Bill, I got a ninety four!" . . . Saturday nights at the hockey games "Hey, you know Brigham's is bet- ter than Bergson's." . . . trip to Michigan . . . "I'l1 be shot at sunrise!" a clam digger Essex summers. VIRGINIA M. O'NEILL September 8, 1947 Somerville, Massachusetts "Jinny" "Ginia" . queen of the test tubes . . . pilot of the Mercury . . . New York . . . future nurse . . . summers at West Har- wich . . . "I don't have an alarm clock!" . . . the lady admiral . . . OKX. RODEEN PALMER May 2, 1947 St. Paul, Minnesota "Ronnie" . . . "my boy Jimmy" . . . seen in a white '57 Ford . . . always late for homeroom . . . "Who needs a license?" . . . art C?J classes with Pat and Jill . . . pal Cam . . . ground- ed? . . . blonde devil . . . her movie theatre weekends. CARL D. PEDERSEN April 16, 1947 Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts "Petie" . . . the Dane . . uncontrollable hair . . . hockey at 9:30 P.M. on the Charles . . . great golfer . . . "Where's Moose?" . . . "Let's go." . . . lives in the wrong neighborhood .. . nationality arguments. I PAMELA J. PAOLETTI January 27, 1947 Wolfboro, New Hampshire Cambridge dangling earrings . . . working at Lee Shops. . .Oct. 12. . .Don . . . "That's mental" '. . . Harvard Square . . . future secretary . . . "Anybody gdt a quarter?" . . . "Yup" . that telephone bill . . . "ltls hard to think!" l KERRY L. PECK November 2, 1947 5 Springneld, Massachusetts I That Honda . . . "It was greatg you should have beeti there!" . . . parked cars . . . baseball . . . chartdr member of A117 morning club . . . stands above thb crowd . . . the blue streak. LOUIS B. POTTS May 29, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts 'kLuke" . . . playing cards with Duke and the boys . . . the '60 blue Oldsmo- bile . . . after school with Mr. Eastman . . . "Pontiac is my car" . . . "Yuck." CELIA M. PURRINGTON November l6, 1947 Mattapoisett, Massachusetts "Ce1a" . . . always sailing new to N.H.S. "my guitar" . . . cute, petite and sweet listens to Bob Dylan records . . . OKX . . . her trip to Ger- many next year . . . home- room President. JOHN H. PIPER November 12, 1946 Winchester, Massachusetts Cub, etc! . . . a "The Club" member . . . "Fm not tak- ing a girl out this weekend" . . . K'Gee, I messed it up again" . . . with Steve, Eric, and Paul . . . water skiing and wrestling. DIANE E. RANDOLPH March 18, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Di" . . . Shaggy Dog . . . "Hiya kids!" . . . lepre- chauns . . . red licorice . . . "A friend is someone you can sock in the arm" . . . hockey games . . . three . . . stone walls and red lights . . . "Wawk" . . . "Oh, ya sure" . . . "Aha" . . .yodeling. DONALD W. REID January 12, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Gypsy" . . . the red mon- ster . . . those chrome spin- ners . . . summers at Buz- zard's Bay . . . Bob, Jerry and Rich . . . Wellesley . . . Natick . . . Howdy Beefburger . . . the drive in . . . bad news on the quar- ter mile. RUSSELL W. PROVOST August 26, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Russ" . . . second string hide-away sandwich shack . . . Indoor Track Captain "He ain't comin' down here again." . . . the P.T .... ninth tee novice . . . transportation, inc .... his '65 eggbeater. M. CATHERINE QUIGLEY July 11, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Cathy" always with Victor wild imagina- tion . . . that white Ford convertible Saturday football games . . . sum- mers at the Y . . . Sorrota . . . a certain 13 Club pin . . .future nurse. RILLA I. POSSON September 17, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Hello, this is Rilla" . . . loves blue . . . her "crown- ing beauty" . . . dancer ...theatre . . . Faith . .. multi-lingual . . . folksinger . . . music lover . . . crea- tive writing . . . "Birthday Girl" . . . impish giggle . . . "0j0s Verdes" . . . Cathie and Ellie . . . Eu- rope in future. LINDA B. REED July 13, 1947 Norwood, Massachusetts Working in the nurse's office . . . "Oh, hush!" . . . If she can't get mad, she gets angry . . . Arizona . . . "I gotta get a car" . . . fizzies . . . 50 mile hikes ...future nurse... Kathy, Carolyn and Pat ...Bob. CHARLENE R, REINFRANK June 28, 1947 Cincinnati, Ohio Enjoys playing the guitar, bowling and minature golfing . . . "La Boca Grande" fan of the Beatles . . . her dog, Mid- night . . . driving a yellow Lincoln . . . trips to Lud- low . . . Jimmy . . . likes to sew. LANCE M. REMSEN August 5, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts "Skins" . . . number one pole vaulter . . . "If I Hunk another physics test . . . . . Deer Isle . . . "My cousin" "Hey Hills" "You guys going to- night?" . . . always talking "I'll hit ll feet this year!" PAULA L. RICHAL July 29, 1947 I Brookline, Massachusetts "Paul" those lettersf' from Maine wild. weekends at the Cape . . . her Italian temper . . . talks in her sleep . . . getting lost at the airport . . . Friday night trips with the girls . . . "Oh, you're kidding." DAVID J. RICHARDSON May 4, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Dave" . . . DeMolay . . . member of the B.F.C .... summers on a sailboat in Maine . . . good sense of humor . . . that trip to the Cape . . . the '59 Ford convertible . . . "If only the jeep was fixed." . . . "Smile." MICHAEL W. RILEY March 10, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Mile Rile' . . . varsity track team . . . rock and roll enthusiast swing band . . . his bari sax . . . "Play fat and funky" . . . summer school enjoyment wild band exchanges . . . seen with Steve . . . homeroom. .1 L L Ili WILLIAM H. REYNOLDS May 9, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Bill" . . . Steinbeck fan . . . "Aeschylus" . . . ac- celerated study . . . "Let's have a Beethoven bash" . . . Library Club . . shak- ing hands . . . Friday night "bull" sessions a fa- natic about bridge . . . APP History. 'V ,A - .5 'J '." 'K I I-.I 'EF PL ,LL rw fl' l' l BARBARA M. REYNOLDS February 28, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts 'tBarby" . . . always singing . . . secretary B.Y.F. . . . Grants "Let's get Chinese food" choir and Choraleers . . . "In five years . . ." . . . future sec- retary . . . white chocolate lollipops . . . Cape Cod . . . N.H. . . . happiest with Frank. KARL W. RICHARDS December 23, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts "Bo" quiet, carefree, and a true friend . . . the golfer . . . "Let's monkey" ...whatever happened that New Year's eve? . . . "Oh, come on, leave me alone" . . . always with his pal Dave. RACHEL E. RIDGWAY December 7, 1947 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Always smiling . . . Presi- dent of OKX . . . Library Club . . . "I'm not Re- becca!" field hockey, basketball, and softball . . . "You all" . . . M.Y.F. , . . that going away gift from Chestnut Hill? . . . every- one's friend. it W , f ry 4a'Mj0j-W Wwjiifiii Wjli L1ND A RICCIARDELLI July 15, 1947 Bossier City, Louisiana "Ricky" . . . four years in Moscow . . . driving a blue Galaxy . . . likes to cook . . . swimmingfhorses and ballet "But I really don't want to take Russian IV!". . ."Terrific!" l BARBARA L. ROPER February 21, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island 'iBarb" . . . the little one . . . quiet, petite and liked by all . . . summer job as telephone operator... with Judy and those T.P. nights . . . "Oh, I better get home and all that bit." .. g x I H4 i t ., x ' , x. x . x , X 1 V K PAUL J. RIZZO October 29, 1946 Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts "Rizz" . . . typing.Cagain?J . . . several periods a day with Mr. Wallace . . . t'Wippa" . . . with Carmen and Jerry . . . "I-low much time is left?" . . . Paul's lit- tle secrets . . . a quiet one . . . crazy about art . . . "I'm tough." NEIL J. ROBERTS January 7, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Rabbit" . . . co-captain of the hockey team . . . loves to work? . , . Saturday night on the Avenue . . . never on time . . . "the low life" . . . a man with a way of his own. 1 . PATRICIA M. ROSSI December 15, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts 1 'f'Patty" . . . our perpetual class treasurer cheer- leading . . . 6'If only every- one would pay their class dues!" Tau Phi Gamma . . . the Pamet, Truro , . . always neat . . . her long lashes . . . "My mother made this" . . . the rose. fr? KEVIN F. ROBERTS October 29, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts "Kev" . . . those wild Fri- day nights with the fellas . . . "I don't need a hair- cut" his hot Chevy . . . studious? . . . week- ends in Maine and N.H. . . . beautiful eyes . . . a certain senior girl. M. PATRICIA ROBEY June 18, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Pat" . . . "Robes" . . . Student Council ... hockey co-captain . . . Tau Phi Gamma . . . varsity sports . . . famous brothers . . , summers at Tamarack . . . curly Beatle cut . . . friendly . . . happysville . . . red licorice. V A RICHARD F. ROSENBURGH January 8, 1947 Natick, Massachusetts "Rosie" . . . track and soc- cer star . . . bicycling . . . "Let's get a street sign" . . . genie . . . German in his blood . . . seen with Frank and Pete . . . "So what if I knocked down the ,first three hurdles?" I SWR U , rt 5 QHELIZABETH A. RUANE October 14, 1947 Cf Needham, Massachusetts yi lti5'i3eth" . . . St. Clare's . . Needham Food Shop . . . Aunt Beth . . . "Latin III, you're killing me!" . . . "Are my feet sore!" .. she'll convert us all ,cards under the street lights. CQ 4 r' Lak, V.. :ci - . eedh SANDLER July ll, 1946 Boston, Massachusetts My-f' ' . . . always with harl, and Marsha V 1 I . ture hairdresser . . . Y wo ng in Newton . . . denting the blue Ford . . . W brown eyes . . . "Just look K A at my hair" . . . always late . . . steady Steve. CARL T. SAYMAN May 27, 1947 Cambridge, Massachusetts Gold 396 Olds .. . with Dave and Bruce . . . trips to Oakdale . . . one of Un- cle Horace's track men . . . Canton girls . . . C-224 Lenny seen in basement . . . Karin, Cathy, and Wanda . . . with J.R. in '45. SANDRA E. SCOFIELD March 8, 1946 Greensboro, North Carolina "Sands" . . . "Scottie" . . . Rochester, N. Y. . . . the quarter mile in Harwichport ... it's about those coloured sox . . . Vice President of Sorrota . . . Kathy . . . wild child . . . always sleeping . . . Who is Gus? MARILYN SCOWCROFT June 27, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island Soloist in Choraleers . . . Ums for Mrs. Wayne . . . another twenty-five cent word .. . Caduceus Club . . . our P.L.P .... "That will be another pennyf' . . . just finished another book . . . with Ginny and Linda. THOMAS W. SAMMARCO August 22, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Moose" . . . varsity foot- ball . . . those jugs in the art room . . . the back room in art class . . . skat- ing on the Charles at mid- night . . . "I can't always lose." JUDITH A. SCHWORM March 3, 1948 Quincy, Massachusetts "Judy" . . . loves folk mu- sic . . . her cute smile . . , Harvard Square "Oh boy!" . . . bubbly . . . Briarwood ...many moods . . . "When I get my license" . . . bike riding . . . Y.P.F. . . . "I can't wait for the weekend." ELLEN H. SCOTI' October 22, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Dragging in second gear . . . "We look like a Girl Scout troop" . . . "jumpin' up and down" Dell Ave., When? . . . "Tis me, the 1eprechaun" ... "Wawk" . . . yodeling . . . blonde boys with cranberry sweaters . . . Boston Arena . . . "It's a moosh!" . . . three state alarm. DAVID A. SEARS August 29, 1947 Bangor, Maine "Dave" . . . gold Mustang . . . Town and Country . . . with Bruce, Etch and Carl . . . C224 m'oney lender . . . second floor C . . . wrestling . . . Friday nights with Dorothy old "57 wagon with J.R. in '45. NANCY C. SARGENT October 29, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Scotty" . . . her twin . . . blue on Tuesday . . . al- ways playing her guitar . . . that band exchange . . . "Hiya" . . . summers on Martha's Vineyard... Maine . . . Dick . . . loves to sail . . . "My family needs a sailboat" . . . seen with Meg and Lo. AU, tpppvigll ROBERT L. SHORROCK March 31, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Fen" . . . "Anyone going out tonight?" ... his father's truck always with Curt and the guys . . . "Anythin' wrong?" . . . Varsity Hockey ..f. "I'm starved!" ' e come with ' W bil, ,bp CAROL J. SIMPSON April 18, 1947 Brighton, Massachusetts "Simpy" driving the tank working at the Little Red Store . . . Span- ish Club that laugh . . . Pizza . . . "We can't play the radio because the battery will go dead." . . . Leader's Club . . . summers in Needham. t JOHN C. SEMPLE November 2, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Semp" those week- ends on skis . . . scoring goals from his wing . . . berets for the soccer team . . . M.D. . . . Explorers ...National Jamboree . . . Advocate art stat? . . . V.P. Baptist Youth Fellow- ship . . . centennial Boat. DAVID R. SHERMAN January 20, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts "Sherm" . . . '57 green Chevy with pipes . . . three day weekend .. . at the race track Hello, Needham ESSO . . . at the Fights with Jack and Hass . . . Debbie from Dedham. A. SIKES 28, 1946 New York JiJ"Stevie Wonder" . . . trips to Buffalo . . . afternoons with Bette . . . his quiet '57 Poncho . . . those many expressions . . . skindiving . . . with Jay . . , numer- ous jobs . . . "Steve, I thought you went to the hospital." ELINOR M. SHUFRO May 27, 1947 Medford, Massachusetts "Ellie" . . . "Ellie May" . . . so talented ... G.B.Y.S.O .... loves kelly green . . . all those jokes . . . her laugh . . . pixie smile . . . "RilIy and Ella" . . . studies hard . . . "But my hair's too short!" . . . "Icky-pooh" . . . "Lamb Chop" . . . Advocate . . . future writer . . . Y Camp. GEORGE C. SLACK, JR. April 10, 1947 Waltham, Massachusetts "Curt" . . . his laugh . . . always with Bob, Clark, and Haz . . . working on the Cape . . . "Why shouldn't I?" . . . late for homeroom . . . "Look at that!!" . . . bald by twenty-tive. DANIEL W. SHEA September 17, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Satch" . . . the red con- vertible . . . Saturday nights at the Rex . . . seen with Ted and John . . . Towne and Country . . . those Norwood girls . . . hockey and golf . . . G.B. CHARLES H. SHOOTER February 10, 1947 Lumberton, North Carolina "Quickdraw" . . . many hours on a special Ford . . . "I'll never get to court." . . . that blue Vespa . . . hockey fan . . . that certain person . . . the clubhouse . . . a Lee Shops boy. BARBARA I. SIMPKINS May 23, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Best friends-Cheryl, Elaine, Peggy, and Kathy . . . red and white . . . barefoot . . . Paragon Park . . . Mike . . . walking the beach . . . The Beach Party . . . Len- nie's . . . Friday nights at the movies seventeen summers at Nantasket. CATHY L. SMELLEDGE July 4, 1947 Waltham, Massachusetts "Cathie" . . . Choraleers . . . guitar . . . the color green . . . horse-lover . . . British accent . . . nursing future . . . Rainbow . . . long hair . . . off-beat writ- ing . .. her laugh "Rilly and Ella" . . . "Are you a slump today?" . . . ever true "Mel Oh, come now!" CAROL A. SMITH June 23, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Paulette's accompanist . . . "Hey Anderson" . . . "Let's skip!" . . . shy . . . that boy at Cornell . . . her wit . . . "Yuck!" . . . curly hair forever losing books . . biking . . . Choraleers . . G.S. SUSAN C. SMITH February 15, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Sue" . . . always with Sue . . . working at the Hamil- ton House . . . "I'll never do that again!" . . . Maine . . . future writer . . . her novel . . . Franny Glass . . . her cat, John Stewert that boy from Har- vard. JOEL E. SOLOMON April 9, 1947 Salem, Massachusetts "J0elzy" . . . own own gen- ius In town Canada . . . former P. man . . . Spanish IV? . . . kind of wild . . . Animal, Vege- table, o.r Female. -Sf-u"fL7 , cfs Gezn 'fvn C5454 fe-pf ,year ,Q, MH H5 hamarvpq. C-acc! lu, GARY E. SMITH January 6, 1947 Attumwa, Iowa "Gerald" . . . DeMolay . . . piano . . . the Renault . . . "You're getting the car, I hope." . . . drums . . . always with Bill . . . just kidding around Hi-Y . . . witty . . . Don't knock his Renault, it's got enough knocks! future Ringo Starr. BRUCE E. SMITH November 8, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Black '55 Ford "Hi Girl? . . . with Dave and Mike . . . Brucie's used car lot . . . The Avenue . . . totaled her Anglia . . . The Weirs . . . Mono again . . . Quarry Jumps . . . Gradua- tion Party . . . Sheila . . . always with a little P.G. CHERYL H. SMITH August 27, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island Infectious . . . L.F .... al- ways seen with Carol . . . that painted bridge . . . "Yupl" . . . a real hot ticket . . . trips to the Cape . . . heckling Chet . . . Betsy . . . mental telepathy . . . her guitar . . . Kevin. ROBERT C. SOLARI January 4, 1947 Fitchburg, Massachusetts "Bob" . . . "Hullo!" . . . long bike rides . . . Roche Brothers' Man Friday . . . woodworking . . . DeMolay . . . Lake George . . . notes, letters, lockertime . . . swimming . . . canoe- ing . . . likes everyone, but has a certain interest in Girl Scouts. SHIRLEY I. SPARKES August 23, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Spacksy" . . . six in the M.G .... paint fight . . . her "sister" Joanne . . . weekend in Orleans . . . perpetually moving mouth . . . with Nancy, Jane, and the Pig forty rollers . . . blueberry pie . . . Jimmy. LORRAINE F. SMITH l February 7, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Smitty" "I am nor blushing" . . . always eating . . . "Hhhey!" . . . fun-lov- ing . . . with Pat and Jan . . . Are you really sixteen? ' . . . "For crying out loud" ' . . . cute turned-up nosei . . .Tommy. JACQUELINE F. SPELLMAN February 5, 1948 Boston, Massachusetts "Jackie" . . ., "Trude" tl, . the crowd .' J . Ulqtiglll ands- i the world laughs fiiith'you."'-1 ' , . .summersih airle. . .' NEFTf1'iP'resi engq . .. that's eolliege . . ,th t blue N . Buickk. Brflln '. . her well' plunred strategy . "Let's db. something exfzit- ' ing." V , . ! 1 i L4 Q, A K, t 'l x, -' V i 5 JANIS E. STODDARD October 27, 1947 lt if Pampa. Texas , 1- v "Jan" . . . "the Spaz' . . . .' a blue CPO. shirt "Hah!" . . . laughing during ft' Hilltoppcr lectures , . f , Stoddables ... Mighty Manfred. the Wonder DOQFH f" . . . ex-best friends . . "Crunch. crunch!" . . . theg Confederate flag in her locker . . . "Hi, guys! girl with green eyes. f li i .gg s nj: ee. ,.,1.g, t f Q RIKIHARD A.,,smRK Q 'tJ.anuaryt22,' 9,47 NN l Needham. achuse ns All ilmli N X fs i ' I txt ' t exb u ,f X X AH, tripsto' the Cafe . .Xl Wel- x x X I - , . 'V NRck" - J? h 'le '5 -. Chevy . . . S845 Mari . . . ' , M' A lesley g' ls .. 'en wih' it f A Bob . Jo'sl,,f . fTur- t,le" . .g .X1XeaRlIeg's glulaliil .V . Maine tri l. . .pkatbob Day ever weekcpd-Q . . fu f V ,I l l' 3 1 fy, t ,,4v, ,,,. 1, L K L A l l V v x V. .N , t. ture bi wlqeela 1 MARGARET L STEIN September 13 1947 Nashville Tennessee Mugsie cute pigtuls ...pink.,.thejeep... the Victory Chimes . learning, to' bowl ten pins? . . . water skier . . . the five lmur egg . f . "Wow! red Corvette convertibles" . . , Ronnie . . . that ador- able blonde . . . J.D. , . . Admcaie. HENRY R, STODDARD February 4, 1946 Highland Park. Illinois Member of the Camera Club . , . likes bowling . . . drag races with the car . . . weekends in New Hamp4 shire . . . likes golfing . . . bookkeeping with Mr. Wal- lace . . . interest in music. SCOTT A. STOVER November 20, 1947 Elmira, New York "Tooie" . . . Mr. H0lt's buddy . . . Varsity Club . . . Apparatus Club . , . pole vaulter . . . gymnastics . . . his perfect rin rou- tines . . . most improved gymnast . . . with Steve, ' Preston, and Ozzie on Sat- urday nightsj. L!!-4 Q BAR13A,RA AA. ,sUL-Li'vAN November 3,0. 1546 v 'Needham, Masfaqhuietls ,V L . - . . fSully" V . cf. always with 'Wall ef. ,doves horses. . . tbfevg r R happy . - .' the A my". . . Il'lQf'l46 oidsmo. ., ble Hish blue eyes busy days at thu, Crest . .-T' a favolf. f6'r anyone' . . "St1ddsi.l:,Eubbles." ,c .3 V x. rYC qv Li g-Y. xg V R 5. ,ful 1. ,B V L--" lf Q, J 'f' - 'gc Q.. l...Q3f... Ll EDWARD J. SULLIVAN August 7, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts ci T co-cap ain . . "Sully" . . . 'l I car? "dates. MARGARi3if'HL4z?5x S 11 WN 3 f if 1 If iwvegegiliir JZ LU' J Cha3rlesl?Qvn,NJ I I jk ,Q .,gMLaXsIag: useits , ' MJ K, QV "Sli," alkygys rpbactivalr NCI, ,yfinotlgler Cal,i'ert's-girl fx Iggdlfnemper . , Ckdlogk ,' . bxa' veg "special5Valeh- l ' tmes D e ' estiof Q' C' . f Upafs Iadkie, .Jdhmy,' Paul lid? ' LU L DA - X K 'gag' E 6 H ' gi? NDC' V . . . Kp QQA wn adlsifgi iw Q, ownsf n Mad? . . r- .W qs Cs . sf 5 ewmgwmgi- QP .,. ok . .Q seen55'l'fh the lgqg, 'scat C310-'OPZJ Qeveb and 2, 'Zi . . . ' ' " va CI' E! Q T-It Cegfmesgrx. . ejyhaavil aisasiiieb .J 'QI JS at x if V099 x ox eve KEVIN J. THIEME December 6, 1946 Bridgeport, Connecticut "Karat" one of the Birds Hills guys . . . a skier by trade . . . with Zook, Bake and Precop . . . "My X.K.E. is in the driveway," . . . observing every morn- ing on the second door of C building with Bake. CYNTHIA A. TAYLOR May 7, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Cin" . . . artistic . . . "I-Ie's got freckles on his ears!" hockey games her kinfolk in the mountains . . . "Everybody was jumpin' around? . . . Old Orchard "Don't you just love him?" .. . Bengy .. . "Couldn't you just die?" UU KAREN M. SULLIVAN fy pt . March19, 1947 K X7 638055 Q Medford, Massachusettsrgq X mwwwggioikk fan tripsgo Qoqfgb Q QJI. eg-FQ-J . . . so generous 'eb-Wm 26 cg bie, Tisha, and Oi fl . . . , , 9 W fwf5e?a'M,qX ef' . smile for ever fi Xofcfgp QQ' 'Q he ' ' K ' W r decisions . . lolli- QC pops and roses. 6 X CAROL J. SUMMERS - ,bv J March 27, 1947 , I , St. Louis, Missouri Kp up MW 1 New girl in school . . . diet gd Q anyone? . . , big Ford XL , ' . . . former cheerleader r . . . Chicago accent . . . , 1 big green eyes . . . "Oh, I f X love that song!" , . . "Come , ,, we on lets dance. . . . The vi W Kingsmen! . . . 5th period r W XXX' English class. W3 lite W .W OKX sly won't A i there, it W . TAYLOR Chevy II . . . assistant . . . stacksl delegate to, J.C.L. National Convention . . . a J.C.L. consul . . . smile for everyone . . . Ad- vocate . . . petite . . . superb chauffeur . . . water A skiing . . . u ni mi 'gh oil. LAURIE B. THOMPSON ' ' W January 5, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts U-,J Y M "Tomi" that Friday , pf ji Q night in October . . . ma- " " jorettes '. . . Tau Phi ef M Gamma . . . driving . . ' M.Y.F. New York trip . . . fy M all those senior boys . . . N9 ojfd, "Blondy" . . . skiing . . . SD 4 ' always in trouble with Gin- 'I M5 ' 1 ger, Shirley, Mardy, and QD , A 4 A Q Susie. VJ' G, . 122 ' V Eiiiigkle RQ at if Mama VIRGINIA M. TOLLAS June 25, 1947 Natick, Massachusetts "Ginge" . . . runner-up for Miss Needham . . . skiing . . . Choraleers . . . that Friday night in October . . . Rainbow . . . wonder- ful summers at the Cape . . . MYF . . . "Let's do something out of the ordi- nary." . . . "We'll seg ya vt- J later. JJ UL N 1 ,V 51121913715 Vip LLL? ' ay 3595194 1' gf M Bost-ish ass chuse 1 i DSG' . .X"1HrEe 9500 tial' t, , -t p 3 sip! . Lindegl, et d Janet, J W WW ANDREW N. THORESEN July 22, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Andy" . . . that long CD walk to school . . . Math V with Mr. Seigel . . . sum- mers at the Cape and Lake Winnipesaukee . . . The Blue Flash . . . football games in the middle of Carey Road . . . so quiet. ,WWW- ,wwf we WWI GAIL L. TRECARTIN December 24, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts That special Navy man . . . "mother bear!" . . . singing alto with Barb in Cho- raleers . . . her cans and cans of hairspray which car does she have to- day? . . . "pirate" . , . "skunk-cabbage" . . . with Carol, Betty and Norma. A Z Q A, J ' j 2 r- A. TULLY . 1 WJ ' April ll, 1947 -SZ M f 1 ff f Providence, Rhode Island W "May the best man win!" 1 1 . . tau and poised . . . ,, ' f , i t pper e itor . . . "It's 'Z I4 V35 Q" og world." . . . I I ,ll .4 1tZ night look-out . . . ' , ' .- f I' 0 "I'll x things." . . . com- , I ,lvt"1 to Wilton Diff fl l ' 'We've got to get sex into X W0 ' U' the Hilltopperf' 1 , W 1 7, ,yu 'ff JEAN M. TOMASETTI November 5, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts "School? Who's that?" . . . September 12 . . . "I'll get my license someday!" . . . with Brenda . . . her beau- WILLIAM E. TILBURG February 21, 1947 Pontiac, Michigan "Caesar" . . . many friends . . . seen at the Surf and Stoughton "I almost have that step." . . . that summer job rides in the Black Pig . . . interest in Wall Street . . . "Com- preney-vous"" ood hockey playerlgglly Xgxqigg? itiiiffifv x We tiful brown eyes and that- 'V' Italian temper . . . out of N.-" X town boys . . . "Let's go xr- S scoopin" . . . Paul. Q xi :AW Y- Q 3 e- xc c ' N al' Q W ivfr ig U I Q, vi af' L -.H Xu X,- - . , .3 k v KEVIN T. TRACEY 5 , 'Q' ,W 5' AQ V ,, November 17, 1947 0' sr-' 5, ,Q .J ct Boston, Massachusetts ft ,X gf" NX' G . :V .4 .Xi N XO "Trace" . . . Thirteen Club L56 V' X Q' N4 Vjf X . . . tennis . . . his orgies wwf ku?" W L- ,Ven . . . the egg . . . thumper .359 J G if 37 X . . . Irish temper . . . fol- fy' ,V Q5 IQ- r lowing his brothers' exam- Y" ULF' ,rn V' Xf- ples . . . "Hello dere!" . . . cu H xy-'V A ,fr Ni' collegiate hairstyle . . . ' -,sf ,jr th: painting houses with Hop- VM" X XX S" II' per . . . "D'okay!" . . . U-, QV' V U wild summers at Nantasket. 'X I W- JVQ' 23 1.1 la Xxx' '52 SWF DAVID . Febru ry ! yvign, ssachuiyputf Tylgd . rsey l y . . . ' out fydtggeam . . . e i g tri . . . su Hum . . ber ... 'it ly is my mothe Zfgzaxfuf . home- maj s . nccer . . . "L s t . is w ." '. . . a se ' CARMELO J. TURANO December 13, 1946 Brookline, Massachusetts "Carmen" . . . football tac- kle . . . his stamp collection . . . working at Brown's Market in the summer . . . quiet and a hard worker . . . realistic outlook . . . that hot '54 Chevy . . . he likes roast beef! WJ 1 JOHN A. TURCO May 18, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts Trips to Wellesley . . . likes girls of any kind and parties in any town . . . giving compliments and wise state- ments Mr. Wallace's buddy . . . his tough red '61 Pontiac . . . collects stamps . . . "Say hello to the greatest!" ROBERT C. TURNER March 15, 1947 Gary, Indiana "Nat" . , . football and baseball . . . APP. English . . . physics genius . . . al- ways borrowing his mother's car . . . CYO baseball star . . . carefully studying Sie- gelian math with Witsy . . enthusiastic golfer . quiet. LEONARD J. VARA November 29, 1946 Brookline, Massachusetts "Len" . . . '57 Chevy . . . "tough break" . . . foul play . . . Sandler man . . . "I don't wanna!" walkin' the dog . Panella's with Dave "Don't m February SUSAN M. VALDINA October 6, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Susie" . . . brown eyes . . . her guinea pigs . . . those summers in Maine . . . Fury . . . trips to the Charles Playhouse... "Rah!" . . . horses, horses, horses... so wise . . . a sincere friend. KEITH .TURM NSU ' on ,fp March 47 r ' , ew ork ' M " " M pro tor de-A- . . . trai g room boys . . en ofx clubs and hat?" . . . IPD bajk t all s a C r c o 1 n s H A name? HND WJ ROBERT E. TYLER May 5, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Bob" . . . trips to West- wood . . . shiny blue bomb . . . another dent? . . . first one out of the parking lot ... loud talker .. . "You're crazy!" . . . skiing . . . writing letters in Alge- bra II. KATHRYN M. VARL January 10, 194 ' Boston, Massach Kathy STEPHEN C. VanINWAGEN August 24, 1947 New York City, New York "Steve" . . . "Vanny" . .. gymnastics. . ."Fine!". . . "S.V." . .. the big blue Electra "Oh, I see" . . . Gym Club . . . base- ball . . . summers as a Y day camp counselor laughing fits . . . "How do you pronounce your last name again?" ,MW -- zi 'C Jack, Jack, J nd O44 . . . future teac . . lg HillsideR a nt. -1. . ith that green Chevy Pat, Carolyn Oh man' osing , d weight? bermudas in Aj January. . .Jim. JENNIFER WALDEN July 22, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Wally" . . . our head ma- jorette . . . her horse, Mr. Magoo . . . eating supper at Bergson's . . . that Febru- ary tan . . . painting that long, white fence . . . al- ways friendly riding horseback down Edgewater Drive . . . loves chocolate chip cookies. If We S, i . gwfg' " s W 5 WM W1 Sfcfffi? .N WWW, ALAN M. WALLACE March 23, 1947 Needham, Massachusetts "Al" working at Warne's . . . bowling those big Saturday night matches . . . DeMolay . . . "Hey John! You owe me . . ." . . . with Glen and Scuff summers in Nova Scotia. JANE R. WEAVER March 31, 1947 Baltimore, Maryland "Janie" cheerleading captain . . . Sunday football games always tootin' around . . . a well-known glen in California . . . Candy Cane . . . the week on the Chimes . . . a red- head and the dance at Isle- au-Haut. . ."Weave." DONALD I. WARD June 19, 1947 Sherborn, Massachusetts 'lDon" . . . a friendly smile for all . . . lollipops , . . President of his wild home- room . . . working down on the farm "It wasn't me!" . . . drummer in the "Tornados" the tape recordings DeMolay . . ."I-Ii sport!" VIRGINIA WASHBURN March 24, 1947 Newton, Massachusetts "Ginny" . . . assistant Ad- vocate editor "Rah" letters from Monson . . . long and flowing hair . . . High Rock in her backyard . . . on the shores of Cobbosseecontee . . . doll on the Rag . . . hys- terical historian . . . guitar with cobwebs . . . Pooh re- citations. CARL J. WATRAS April 1, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Witsy" . . . Provost's . . . early winter games . . . member of Hide-A-Way . . . 13 Club . . . football . . . "Don't break my mower!" . . . basketball captain . . . "Bone" . . . 312 cubic inch with a 4 barrel. MARGARET A. WEEKES September 17, 1947 Fresno, California "Meg-O" . . . "I've lost my band uniform" . . . chemis- try problems . . . carrot sticks and milk . . . madras band uniforms . . . Wauke- ela . . . Mercedes . . . "How much does a new piccolo cost?" . . . OHIM . . . those band trips. M. JANE WEIHE June 7, 1947 Connellsville, Pennsylvania "Everybody should be happy in the springtime" . . . Gomer . . . framitzing . . . a Bobbsey twin . . . Wellfieet, sigh! , . . five days in Europe . . . "Any- body want a parakeet?" . . . thoughts for the day, week, and month . . . run- ning beach party. 125 JOANNE V. WHEELER February 14, 1947 Bridgeport, Connecticut "Wheeler" . . . "my Cadil- lac" . . . her "sister" Shir- ley long blond hair . . . "Let me drive the Pig" ...sixinthe M.G.... dirt . . . paint fight . . . the blueberry pie . . . rollers. ROBERT E. WILLS September 10, 1946 Newton, Massachusetts Ace! the hemi-head Chrysler . . . biggest tail lights in town seen with Don, Jerry, and Rich . .. the wild weekend nights with the guys . . . those dates with Marilyn. RICHARD L. WILSON May 1, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Dick" . . . running at night . . . 800 on College Board "ZERB means anything you want it to mean" . . . NMSQT Semi- finalist . . . "I see you are looking at my feet" . .. anti-English department . . . Advocate stall . . . Wilson cliches. LINDA D. WORSMAN May 11, 1947 Providence, Rhode Island "Lin" . . . vacations in New Hampshire . . . skiing ex- pert trails? . . . those many crushes . . . "nice talk" . . . always at McNutt's lodging and clothing service . . . New York trip . . . I like men who wear glasses . . . nursey. CARLA L. WHITMAN September 19, 1946 Worchester, Massachusetts Always Billy . . . teletype operator at Ludlow . . . her Pontiac . . . "Yeah, it is!" . . . "What say?" . . . first one to lunch . . . always is neat . . . wild lunch periods . . . always razzing . . . that secret project. 'Q edu Lf' WW of 'G JANICE . December tp Qpj -49' , Mig A 1 t 4 Needham, s c 51 Y-, . . O Vt. pg, Mr tain senior boy . . . w- A-CQMSA ship . . . Calverts . . . Sv- 04 - Steve . . . weekend i ew to 4 York proper English' woman...homeroom UP with Jennifer . . . cut? ' . 03 ples. . . "B1ondy." of 49+ fjnw My July 17, 1946 Needham, Massachusetts The striped Stude . . . those Saturday nights out . . . likes to go skiing and spend summers at the Cape . . . a certain girl from Kentucky . . . wishes for that '57 T-1 bird but will settle for a '59 Chevy. B. GAYLE WILSON December 4, 1946 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Beautiful hair . . . that crazy winter with Mary and Margaret . . . Don . . . hair spray . . . "Eh?" . . . summer of '62 . . . "I can't get the car." . . . those shopping sprees "You're crazy!" . . . the Calvert's gang . . . always eating. PETER A. WOODS October 19, 1947 Brighton, Massachusetts "Petie" . . . dark blue Chevy, light blue fender . . . with George . . . prin- gle bush . . . Kinne's red Volkswagon . . . skiing at Mt. Snow . . . water skiing from the shores of Lake Cochituate . . . he's at Amy's . . . "shazzam" . . . whistling for a change? GEORGE J. YERED May 8, 1947 Boston, Massachusetts "Georgie" . . . one of Un- cle Horace's trackmen . . . water skiing in November . . . water skiing from the shores of Lake Cochituate with Dave Daddy's Olds . . . a certain girl in California . . . my pal, Amy . . . his '56 Ford. KATHLEEN R. YOUNG October 19, 1947 . N dham, Massachusetts ath" . . . wal in walk- , ing, walking ooh, t at 3 , ' shiny ir . . er ile ' - .. ' h e !" I ten is . . a dependa- ' nd water skiing 0, 0, !M e in medicine . . . f W adu us Club .,. --oh . ,ff ?H,..,.1 -g... dt If LINDA A. ZANZIE June 26, 1947 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Wild summers in Pittsburgh . . . champion bowler . . . '56 Chevy . . . baked beans at midnight . . . at Mac's with Mugsie and the gang . .. "Sorry, it's not fer- mented yet" . . . "Rats, no gum again." I MEMORI M The members of the Class of 1965 pause at the end of their High School days to reflect with sadness upon the untimely death of a class- mate, Marsha Ellen Zides. Those who knew Marsha remember her desire to become a pediatric nurse, which was well evidenced by her quiet, understanding way with people and her volunteer work at the Jewish Memorial Hospital. In fitting tribute to Marsha, a set of books about nursing has been collected in the Needham High School Library in her name. 127 wwx WN QX YQ 7 M f, X W f : 4 ,721 pj Qi, ' li! Q ' , X X, "W il. 353- I MW 6 ww 1 ff. ' -' wp ' .4 -A A K up ,f J'-F x W! yxmuxxxxxk NW-"un if ' ! ' f Q igfffif U f EILIN75 f J 'A ' W 9- OBRION, RUSSELL 8m C0. When You Think of Insurance. . . Think of us! 141 Milk Street Boston 6, Massachusetts Telephone 482-6200 We blueprint the basic structure for the insurance of our clients and build their protection on a sound foundation. Only by a complete survey of needs, followed by intelligent counsel, can a proper insurance program be constructed. Without obligation on your part, we would be happy to act as your insurance architects. Please call us at any time. WEST SUBURBAN OFFICE 1095 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Mass. 02106 Arthur J. Anderson, Jr.-Resident Partner Robert J. McGrath-Manager Lauretta R. Pippo-Assistant Mgr. Telephone: 449-1 134 NEEDI-IAM 129 Pt' 99 ualit builds conjidence The William Carter Company, nationally-known manufacturer of knit underwear and sleepwear for infants, children, men and women oper- ates seven modern plants. Pictured above is the Company's Home Oiiice in Needham Heights, Mass. The manufacturing plants are lo- cated in Springfield, Mass., Barnesville, Thomaston and Forsyth, Georgiag Senatobia and Centreville, Mississippi. In January 1964, Singing Needles, Incorporated, Leola, Pa., became a wholly-owned subsidiary of The William Carter Company. Carter's is celebrating its 100th Birthday this year. The firm still stead- fastly adheres to the high ideals of its founder, William Carter, who said, 'fQuality builds confidence, quality endures, quality pays." 9 1865 1965 100th BIRTHDAY 130 beef wislws fo flu' class of 65 E YW ! j X WV J Q Q P' H from fhe class of 67 THE NEEDHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Assets: Over Thirty-Four Million Dollars Organized for and Dedicated to the Principles of Systematic Thrift and Home Financing Over seventy-two years of Community Service in Financing the Building of Homes in Needham and Surrounding Communities H CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE 100th ANNIVERSARY CLASS Compliments of EDWARD L. DAVIS C. L. U. INSURANCE We welcome your inquiry concerning all forms of insurance-life, group, pension, home and household needs, marine, and automobile insurance. 1241 Highland Ave. 444-0892 Needham, Mass. 444-0347 "Needham's Most Progressive Agency" 132 Congratulations to the Class of 1965, from STUDIOS, INC. 320 Dover Road Westwood, Mass. Your Oyfcial Class Photographer ellne 133 C pl f NEEDHAM TRANSIT COMPANY P p C d Ch flS HI90649 DAWSON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ROBERT C. DAWSON REAL ESTATE 405 Great Plain A Needham, Mass. FEELY CHEVROLET, INC. 70 Chestnut St. N edham, Mass. HI 4-2800 Compliments ofthe FIRESTONE TIRE 81 RUBBER COMPANY Registered LA N D ff SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER 444-SISS 317 CHESTNUT ST., NEEDHAM To the June Graduates of the I 00th Graduating Class our heartiest congratulations. When you start working and receive your first salary, we invite you to come in and open a Savings Account. Then, make it a habit to save something each pay day. Building a healthy bank balance will give you a wonderful feeling and prove that you have what it takes to get ahead iinancially. We'll welcome you as a depositor. DUFFY 84 BOYNTON 1084 Great Plain Ave. Watch Repairing and Gifts NEEDHAM out nu... uvluas um: "Other oiiices serving the Newtons and Wellesley Newton Center Wellesley Square Newton Comer Chestnut Hill Newton Highlands AKERS ASSOCIATES, INC. REALTORS Real Estate-Mortgages 935 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Massachusetts Hlllcrest 4-7400 135 Congratulations Class of 1965 SH ERWI N-WI LLIAMS Open a Charge Account We Deliver 918 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Mass. HI 4-4698 ANDERSON MACHINE, INC. Brook Road, Needham Heights 94, Mass. Hi 4-3410 8l"gfI0l'L C0 GZQWL Fine Foods and Ice Cream 1077 Great Plain Needham, Mass. Open Daily 11 A.M.-11 P.M. Sunday 3-10 POWER CABINET SHOP 679 Highland Ave. Needham Heights, Mass. TONY'S BARBER SHOP Needham's oldest 4 Barbers 1072 GREAT PLAIN AVENUE Tel. HI 4-1384 Compliments of R. 8. D. SUPPLY, INC. Compliments of THE BERKELEY STORE ALLEN HARDWARE CO. 1028 GREAT PLAIN AVE. FREE DELIVERY JOIN THE BOOSTERS HI 4-4000 HI 4-4001 Needham! Largest and M oat Complete H ardwarn Store 136 Compliments of WINSLOW N URSERIES, Inc. New England? Largest Variety Growers For Indoor and Out GREAT PLAIN AVE. AT THE WELLESLEY NEEDHAM LINE UUE OLU Planned savings beats haphazard "hit and rniss" savings. When you make saving a habit, you will enjoy a feeling of security each time you make a deposit. And because we offer every banking service, you can attend to all your banking needs at the same time. N ATI ONAL EIBIDH1A..M I E A?-EK. NEEDHAM. MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of AUSTIN'S SERVICE INC. Compliments of STEWART IN-FRA-RED COMMISSARY OF MASS., INC. 201 Reservoir Street Needham Heights 94, Mass. Best Wishes From FEDERAL RE5ER,E3E SYSTEM TYCVEI s6l'ViCe Bureau, Inc. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 60 Dedham Ave. Hillcrest 4-2003 MUZI FORD CITY Bargaintown, U. S. A. 557 Highland Ave. 444-5 300 F alcon-Fairlane-GalaxieThunderbird 137 Newspapers Magazines School Supplies THE CREST "The One Stop Store" 1013 Great Plain Ave. Needham, Mass. Gifts Candles Greeting Cards Ice Cream-Milk-Bread Needham Hardware Co. Sporting Goods 909 Great Plain Ave. Hi 4-69 80 Electrical Supplies and Fixtures NEEDHAM ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORP. Telephone Needham, Mass. 444-5356 68 Highland Ave. Needham 94, Mass. Compliments of MODERN BARBER SHOP 103 Chapel Street EUGENE F. McCULI.OCH General Automobzle Repairs HI 4-0714 HI 4-9689 24 Hour Towing and Emergency Service 52 Wexford St. Needham Heights, Mass. Compliments of NEEDHAM JEWELRY STORE Compliments of MEREDITH 8: GREW INC. Realtors 938 Great Plain Avenue Hillcrest 4-3020 Compliments of THE KINNEAR MANUFACTURING CO. New England Oflice 10 Kearney Rd. at Rte. 128 Needham, Mass. 20 KEARNEY ROAD CEDAR 5 3021 'N A. 1 R +1 la f "7 DRlL,.lhl.G.v?l-ASTING 4' 5' 's,9HALMf'k4"'5 WILLIAM J. HAMILTON 138 Compliments of GREGG' S CHEVRON SERVICE gznsml cpsllzaimirzg Roar! Ssmuias ggiagufz 5 Qbslivszy Jemvice 1032 H1oHLANn Avsnuz GRI-EGG S. MILLS, PROP. Naam-MM 92, BIABS THE KNIT NOOK 95 Chapel Street Needham 92, Massachusetts 444-0982 Hours: 10 A.M.-4:30 P.M. MANTER'S PHARMACY 910 Highland Ave. Needham Heights Compliments of WARD WELLER CO., INC. 648 Highland Ave. Needham Heights 94, Mass. Hlllcrest 4-2772 20 Chestnut St. BEAUTY NOOK Hair Stylists NEEDHAM Compliments of C Y APOTHE AR KINNE'S PHARMACY INC. f Serving Needham since 1928 "Your 24 hour Pharmacy' 214 Chestnut Street Q CN ext to Glover Hospitalj Compliments of HOWARD .lOHNSON'S HI 4-9719 It pays to look well NEEDHAM BARBER SHOP 920 Great Plain Ave., Needham, Mass. Next Door to Paramount Theatre Success to the Graduates from POPULAR DISTRIBUTORS INC. 161 Highland Ave. Needham Heights Compliment: of PANELI.A'S FOOD CENTER so omni Ave. HI 4-0781 JOSEPH M. BRADY CO. Distributor of Pet Supplies 865 Highland Avenue Needham Hgts. 94, Mass. C. E. BOSSELMAN Plumbing and Heating Contractor 40 Chestnut Street, Needham 92, Mass. HI 4-2918 THE BOWLING GREEN. INC. seo CHESTNUT STREET NEEDHAM sz. MASS. TEL. 444-9720 AIR-CONDITIONED Bowl. FOR HEALTH JOE CASANOVA BOB DALY Compliments of GENERAL CIGAR CO., INC. Needham Heights, Mass. White Owls Robert Burns William Penn Compliments of PERLIN 'S I-'or Men 8: Boys Nationally Advertised Brands of Clothing and Haberdashery 1019-1023 Great Plain Avenue Needham. Mass. Jeep Sales 8a Service R. C. MUIRI-IEAD INC 207 Highland Avenue Needham Heights 94 I-Illlcrest 4-2726 140 '17 GARDNERS Muslc sl-loP A6120 052 994 Great Plain Ave. Realtor Sales-Rentals-Repairs 1093 Great Plain Ave. Compliments of LUDLOW CORPORATION INSURANCE ESTIMATES NEEDHAM BIJDY SHOP, INC. EXPERT num aonv nsnmms Ann REFINISHING "COLLlSION WORK OUR SPECIALTY" JEROME Utfryl LYNCH 43 Wexford Shu! Tel. 444-9141 Needham Hlllhh KINSMAN'S DAIRY 61 Nehoiden sn. Hillcrest 4-1154 Compliments of HIGHLAND AVENUE MARKET 54 Highland Ave. Needham Heights W. R. MARSILLI Lawn and Garden Equipment Sales and Service 58 Chestnut Street Tel. Hlllcrest 4-2401 Compliments of FIRST BANK AND TRUST NEEDHAM SALES, INC coMPANY or NEED!-IAM IMPERIAL 25 STM CHRYSLER 444 1211 Highland Avenue F:II':lIjiI:gH 141 Compliments of MORSCHNER DYE WORKS INC. 220 Reservoir St. Needham Heights DONATl'S .IENNEY SERVICE VICTOR T. DONATI, Proprietor DUPONT SPRAY GLAZE Tires, Batteries - All Automotive Accessories COMPLETE CAR SERVICING Road Service - Call for and Deliver Service LUBRICATION, A SPECIALTY 26 Pickering St. Tel. HI 4-9765 Needham, Mass. 73 Chestnut Street Opposite the Fire Station H. S. LOCKE 81 SON COMPANY Building Supply Center of Needham 444-0022 444-5 680 Compliments of E. J. BI.ElLER EQUIPMENT co., INC. Best Wishes from STEVENS DOOR SALES CORP. 15 Kearney Road Needham Heights Tel. 244-5495 Overhead Garage Doors Electric Operators Droney's Taxi Service Hillcrest 4-0449 Western Union Agency Compliments of F. W. Woolworth Company Amerimis Favorite Store Needham, Mass. JACOBS' SHOE STORE 30 Chestnut Street Sandler of Boston Bostonians Florsheims Hush Puppies Tel. Hillcrest 4-1685 A. RICCIARDELLI 84 SONS, Inc Plaster Contractor 53 Mills Road Needham Heights 94, Mas. 142 STUYVESANT DELICATESSEN Sandwiches Delicatessen 8: Creameries HI 4-5032 IWW!!-N1 BUSI HILLCREST 4-GIZT ,nonpv.s, F 2 fi,-.MFL 1 ANGELO C. SCIARRATTA INsuRANcs . Nonnv Pusuc 471 HUNNEWELL STREET NEEDHAM 94. MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of Eadies Fine Foods 1430 Highland Ave. Hlllcrest 4-l01l Compliments of DU VALL 8: TRUDEAU TEXACO SERVICE STATION 399 Chestnut Street Needham, Massachusetts Hlllcrest 4-9734 sums Gun SERVICE H08 Highland Ave. Needham, Mass. Hlllcrat 4-0815 TUNE UP and FRONT END ALIGNMENT Compliments of Dudley, Garland and Jensen, Inc. 126 Gould St. Needham Heights AMERICAN BEAUTY STUDIO Needham, Mass. 951 Great Plain Ave. HI 4-0216 NEEDHAM TIMES N eedham's Hometown Paper 52 Pickering Street Telephone 444-1706 8-1-M850 THATCHER FURNACE DIV. CRANE CO. 120 Hampton Ave. Needham Heights, Mass. 02192 14S Compliments of COOK RAMBLER, INC. 54 Mellen Street Needham Heights H14-2275 HI 4-2587 Rambler Ambassador Rambler-Classic at American Compliments of Frank P. Salamone 8: Sons 37 Chestnut Street I-Illlcrest 4-5779 DODGEXSTUDEBAKER SALES 84 SERVICE Compliments of Telephone Reservations Accepted D. and H. MORSE REALTORS Hlllcrest 4-9614 898 Highland Ave. NEEDHAM BOWL - A - WAY 16 Chestnut St., Needham, Mass. Donald Morse Hazel Morse Aipcondmoned Compliments of . . . CALVERT'S 938 Highland Avenue Needham Heights Compliments of HAN SON ' S ROBERT J. MORSE Realtor-Insurer ATLANTIC SERVICE 1093 Great Plain Avenue 444-5454 Compliments of Clie Art Shade 60. SPECTOR E E FREIGHT SYSTEM, INC. LAMP SHADES MADE T0 ORDER 185 Cnxirsur B'l.'l.ll'I.' Nlxnlunl. Mnss. 021.92 144 ROCHE BROS. MARKETS Meats What We're Famous For Congratulations to the Class of 1965 Shoes For Teens STEPHEN'S SHOES 1502 Highland Ave. Needham, Mass. Compliments of BUICK MOTOR DIVISION GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION Compliments of TRAVENOL LABORATORIES, INC. 1000 Highland Ave. SHERMAN 8: COWLES Newsdealers Old Needham "Railroad Station" 1027 GREAT PLAIN AVENUE NEEDI-IAM 92, MASS. Compliments of UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION 300 First Avenue Needham Heights Compliments of Frank Troccoli Hair Stylists flformerly with R. H. Steamsj 199 Chestnut Street Needham Massachusetts Tel. Hlllcrest 4-6380 Compliments of CASCIO BROTHERS, INC. CONTRACTORS Asphalt Pavements 145 Foods of Excellence R I M M E L E ' S Phone I-Illlcrest 4-2000 Compliments of BOB'S BARBER SHCP J' F' WHITE 855 Highland Ave. CONTRACTING co. Needham Heights 10 Kearney Road Bob Doucette, prop. Compliments of Quality foods PHILSTONE NAIL CORP. CHAMBER'S MARKET Needham Heights 902 Highland Ave. Needham Heights, Mass. HILLCREST Auro, INC. C0mP'imemS of 20 Janes Ave, I Medfield, Mass. CQ., INC. Hi 4-0441 17 Brook Rd. Saab Sales and Service Needham Heights Congratulations NEEDHAM OIL CO., INC. 1275 Highland Ave. 146 DAYS NIGHTS 444-SEED 444-2496 -D553 , 9 ' 150115 WILLIAMEUN ELECTRICAL CU., INE. 43 FREMUNT STREET M STOII NEEDHAM HEIGHTS. MASS. Exrr 56E RALPH Ei. Elulurv Rnu'rE 'IZE 1500 HIGHLAND AVENUE YOUNG'S FURNITURE CO., Inc. l036 GREAT PLAIN AVENUE NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Four Complete Floors of Furniture Charge and Budget Accounts HI 4-2278 Bed Room Mattresses Rugs Dining Room W. T. COLPITTS, Master Plumber's License 414336 Best Wishes to the Graduating Class 1249 HIGHLAND AVENUE NEEDHAM oz, MASSACHUSETTS JACKSON FABRICS Plumbing Remodeling Heating Telephones: Hlllcrest 4-1310 Hlllcrest 4-8040 Compliments of WEST'S Men's and Boys' Clothing Camping Equipment 1016 Great Plain Ave. Needham, Mass. Compliments of HuMPHnsY's ssnvics, mc. ,401 HIGHLAND AVENUE Pl-m.co nlsmlsurons, :Nc Hlllcrest 4-2620 147 Compliments of Control Equipment Corporation 19 Kearney Rd. Needham Heights, Mass. 444-7550 Compliments of HOYT PHARMACEUTICAL CORPORATION 633 Highland Ave. Needham Heights 94, Mass. EATON FUNERAL HOME 1351 Highland Avenue Needham, Mass. COAN BROS., INC. Residential X Industrial Natick-Needh am 444-5 344 Compliments of HUMPHREY and DRAPER INC. Real Estate Needham Sc Dover 1243 Highland Ave. HI 4-6410 WHETTON OIL COMPANY INC. 150 West Street, Needham Heights OUR 84th YEAR Linoleum 84 Vinyl Floors Window Shades 8: Blinds Ceramic Tile Formica Counters THE BOOKSHELF Needhmf, own Book Snr, NeedI'lCITl Shade Q I-IYIOIBUITI CO., I Inc. 1037 Great Plum Avenue Custom Designing Lending Library 315 Chestnut Street 444-1863 Needham 92, Mass. 148 CROWEI.I.'S FLOWERS NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Phone Hillcrest 4-3051 Compliments of PACE CONTROLS CORP. 661 Highland Ave. Needham Heights Compliments of NEEDHAM DAIRY HI 4-0550 HI 4-0731 HEIGHTS PHARMACY Barnet Shapiro, Ph.G., Reg. Ph. 882 Highland Ave. Hlllcrest 4-2688 "The Prescription Store of Needham Heights" A Nl 5 .lf ,lx xl lk FULL 'N ,l SERVICE l - ff BANK 'ff 4 NL QI ' Makes a difference A high school or college diploma is a tre- mendous help in achieving greater success. Many people are also able to get ahead faster, financially, with the services available to them at a Full Service Bank such as Norfolk County Trust Company. We can help with your banking needs now, and after graduation. Keep Norfolk County Trust in mind. lt's gratifying for us to grow in service to tomorrow's businessmen, ca- reer glrls and homemakers. NOBFOLK C 0 U N T Y TRUST COMPANY i nsuronce orporclion and Federal Reserve Sy l Member F d ral Deposi I C Free Delivery TAYLOR'S STATIONERY GREETING CARDS GIFTS OFFICE SUPPLIES TYPEWRITERS SCHOOL SUPPLIES 109 Chapel St. HI 4-6578 149 Compliments of MILLS ENGINEERING CO., INC. 10 Kearney Rd. Needham Heights LOWELL PLATING CO 19 Brook Rd. Needham, Mass. ARRIGO Double Check PRESCRIPTIONS Tel. 444-0140 One of the fondest memories of the Senior class is Sylvia Semory from Paris, France, who spent her Junior year with us. bg E 150 Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs SPO SORS Edward Alpert John Russell Barker Earl A. Beaton . Robert I. Beers . John E. Behn Alwin Bell George S. Benham, Jr. Warren A. Berglund Mario L. Biagi Marshall I. Birkett Elliot Blomberg Joseph Bonelli Charles J. Boodro Philip Brady Richard A. Bragdon Franklin L. Bridges Fredrick W. Briggs Robert Brooks F. Harold Brown Lewis Brown Thomas Carloni Floyd M. Carlton, Jr. Peter W. Carre Paul E. Carson . George H. Caunt, Sr. Gene J. Cavallero Robert W. Chalue . Louis C. Chamberlin Charles D. Charlton Walter J. Clark . Eugene J. Coburn Joseph E. Colford Robert Congdon Samuel Cooper Mrs. Shailer R. Cummings Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Curtin Senator Leslie B. Cutler Mrs. James DiBlasio M. and Mrs. George Dickert Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D'Innocenzo Mr. and Mrs. Nunzio D'Innoncenzo Dr. and Mrs. Ellis J. Donavan Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Douglas Mr. and Mrs. John S. Douglass Mrs. Peggy B. Easterday Dr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Farmer Mrs. Philip C. Farnham Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Gishen Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Theodore J. Hartshorn Mr. and Mrs. . Harold R. Gleason . Charles J. Gotthardt . William N. Gottsman William H. Greeley Peter P. Gudas Donald H. Haire William Hazam Mr. and Mrs. Everett H. Heald Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. Henderson John P. Hennessey Philip C. Hood George C. Howe Everett Isherwood Richard R. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . and Mrs Murray C. Johnson David Kadetsky Cyril J. Keleher G. David King Arthur J. Kopkind John J. Krawiecki Knowles B. Lawrence John J. MacDonald Robert F. MacFar1and Edmund J. Mahoney Thomas F. Mahoney James P. Maloney Robert L. Mann Angelo J. Mantenuto Philip Mazor Kenneth McCulloch James McGafligan Robert J. Mcllwrath Roland J. McNutt George W. Mernick Carl J. Monacelli Allen Moore Ralph W. Morrison Orwin J. Moses James A. Murray, Jr. Paul R. Nichols Russel B. Norton Arthur W. Oakman Frank R. O'Brien Myril O'Leary, Jr. O'Neil1 James J. O'Neill James L. O'Neill Chester A. Paoletti Benjamin Y. Piper William Quigley Edward F. Rabe Walter S. Reid Arthur A. Reinfrank Karl W Richards Jr. Mr . . , Cdr. and Mrs. R. H. Ridgway The Robey Family Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Roper Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenburgh Warren J. Schworm Robert A. Scoiield Walter H. Scott Charles L. Simpkins Everett C. Smith Myron E. Smith Fredrick J. Stare Stuart V. Stoddard Francis J. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trudeau Rosario M. Turco Charles L. Vanlnwagen Ralph S. Washburn Clyde R. Weihe Thomas Weller Carl W. Whitman Allan J. Wilson, Jr. An anonymous friend A message from the Editor and Assistant Editor. The staff of this year's book chose not to formally dedicate the centennial year Advocate to any one person, but rather to consider it a tribute to Mr. Ferrett and his dedicated work for the students at Needham High. The pencil drawing of Mr. Ferrett on page nineteen was done several years ago by Mr. Enos, who sketched as Mr. Ferrett was talking with another English teacher in the conference room. Several people whose help on this book we would like to acknowledge are: Miss Burke, our advisor, who devoted time, patience, and gave us many valuable sug- gestions, Mr. Enos, who although not an official advisor, spent many hours with us giving advice about color, design, and layout, Mr. Allen, who arranged all the linances of the book, Mr. Talbot, our photographer, and Mr. Farnham, our repre- sentative from Wm. J. Keller Inc., who was always available when advice on printing techniques was needed. And now the year is over, the book is complete. It represents the hard work of many, and we sincerely hope it is a true reflection of the centennial year at Needham High. Jane Greeley, Editor and Ginny Washburn, Assistant Editor This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method.


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