Thayer Academy - Black and Orange Yearbook (Braintree, MA)

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UNSCANNABLE QAC f- '4 PEE i 3' Q, 4 -L ow Y' h 4 -E ',,. 2- , . . - VJ 0 ""-"3'-'-' I 2 5' 47- . 4 General Sylvanus Thayer CDE TO THAYER ACADEMY O Thayer, we sing your praises true, Now let us think of happy years The best loved school in all the land. And shining hours we've spent with you To you we pledge our loyalty, Foremost in memory you'll remain Upheld by truth and God's kind hand. Where'er we go, whate'er we do. Marcia E. Read, '57 THE 1957 BLACK AND GRANGE E ' , E 'EDWARD D. ROSE w , E .E 3 - EE'.' ., f,-'FAiff5k.'ih-Ch1Qf ,, - E ' -,iff-' 4 rv ,144 Agi 'WSU ANN CAMPBELL THAYER Because she represents the highest ideals of social and family relationships, shares unseltishly her brilliant musical talent for the happiness of others, and inspires all who know her force ot her dynamic personality, tionately dedicate our book to ANN THAYER. y 1 gig I ig, 2 ' 1 x , , r 7' fe qt Y s .I 5:1-LA ig, ,Q ' U5 M, ,V 1 'I M mf s.,,, , 1 , -9.7 1 X X sm if - wr -'f t N., A -'- ..-.-.H---1. Jr 4 ' sch 'x A N ., -Q: x Dedicated to The Boys of Thayer Academy who gave their lives in the service of their country in World War ll ROLL OF THE DEAD THOMAS BABBITT BATES T938 JOHN HOWLAND BODGE T940 JAMES CYRIL BURKE T941 ROLAND STANLEY COOPER I93I WILLIAM ROY DAWES JR T935 ARNOLD ROBERT ECK , T938 RAY CHARLES HOLT 1937 EDWARD JOHNSON ALAN CRANDELL JONES T936 T942 SETI-I SPRAGUE ,,,, ,,,, ,A,, ,,,, RICHARD J. S. TAYLOR ,,,,, ,, DAVID BATES THAYER ,,,,,, ALBERT WILLIAM TWEEDY JR. WALTER HENRY WEATHERILL LAWRENCE wH111Eiv1oRE ,,,,,,eL,,-,..,, 1923 T 9 Q1 3 4 fvzmh 2123 , Ll MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM Completed in I952, the newest building on our campus is the Memorial Gymnasium. It is dedicated to the is memory ot Thayer boys who gave their A lives in World War Il. The sincere hope of Academy friends is that the planned athletic fields can be completed in the near future. Gnu jr ERNEST vv. 5. MacDONALD ,E cc,c , 1932 not CHESTER s1UAR1 MCCARTHY cccccccc,c 3 T931 NW EREDRICK COLEMAN MURPHY Us so 1939 rfmg ' up Ecoo T938 I 3 1939 hm" 2 1932 M. 1932 I I PAUL ROGER WARBURTON 1941 'um 1939 Ili!! 'ffl ,, .4,'z..V ., if .,f.s1., 3 5 .i-v gi I .- N Awiiggi- Q' 4 422 1 ,,.-av 'ff 5,41 l 5 1. ,r Ei Ta K5 - - gg ...?--- A , ,.5,g. , , re. -QL, N N, f .' 1' Z" ,V W HV ' if I .dv V , .1-' L- .,u"4"4 , ' GJ- T, . 1' -'Q . 'VV :V , 'L--' , 1 -LEX-:p 1 1 ,- ' wi Nr'--3 ,,..l : - :A , I4-,M U' -. . - 4 ',1"-il' V- VV 9 ,hz , T':fM'-4:ffA4.,g- " ' i ,J 2.5 fam ' U" 1, .'."f- ' --..j ' 1 f 5, ' V 1.1,-.iyv - : Jr ,..-- . V Q VV... V 5 .- , u I . . 3,4 V Z 4, -' f 7? 5 ., A -H" Y N-I',, . A ,, V K,.,4V.--,,,A. 4 55' ,f jf f .,,rWWg5A,2mf3w .. 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WHEATLEY HERMAN STUETZER, JR. HONORABLE RICHARD B. WIGGLESWORTH DR. GORDON OLIVER THAYER ln his twelve years of service to the Academy, Dr. Thayer's vision, his perse- Qverance, and his practical wisdom have not the school program but have Academy a strong contributing TO TH E CLASS It is a real pleasure to salute the Seventy-Seventh Class to graduate from Ina since its opening in 1876. ' ' You are the heirs of a proud heritage of achievements Through the pursuit ot honor, duty, dustry attained by thousands of youths who have you. A I Each member of the Class of 1957, in his or her way, has endeavored to hold these ideals high. T demonstrated ability, unquestioned diligence, and personal qualities you have carried the reputation: prestige of your Academy to greater heights. I congratulate you and wish, for each one, the best success and happiness in the years of greater ahead. flnxm ca WARD SMITH DONNER, AB., AM. Dean of Boys, Director of Athletics Dartmouth College York State College History HELEN E. HIXSON Dean of Girls Bouve School of Physical Physical Education College Radcliffe College United States History LEBARON OSGOQD, AB., A.M. f History Department S .'-iffy W 'A fi i 5 , MAURICE R. SEYMOUR ig 'J ,fs A B Ed M Head of Mathematics Brown University Harvard University LOUISE ELISABETH SAUL, AB., Ed.M. Head of English Department Boston University Harvard University English Mathematics lg 6' LOUISE KINGMAN EMERSON A B Smufh College Mathematics GRACE LOUISE BURKE A B Vassar College Raclcluffe College German Marhemarlcs RUTH ANNA ALDRICH A B A M Middlebury College Sorbonne Pans French Spanish Wand NOEL CHADWICK A B AM Ll B University of Paris French BURTON L CUSHING SB EdM Massachusetts lnstutute of Technology Harvard Unlverslfy Physncs HILDA DONNER A B Mount Holyoke College New York State College Typffvg ' 1 A . ,,. . .N :V 4 1 ': '. - ' 1 , 'z .. '. Q - y., "egg, -ff ,f 4 . f ROBERT W HORNE BS Boston Unnverstty Tufts University English Musfc an--04' X FRANK E MacDONALD BS Bowdoin College Mathematics IMOGENE FOLLANSBEE, BS Boston University Librarian, English ap. LILLIAN SLEEPER LANE AB Boston Unuversuty Columbia Unnversaty American Unnversuty Rome Latfn EDITH GILES MITCHELL Ed B EdM Plymouth CN H JTeachers College Boston Unrverslty New York Unlverslty University of Maine English WALTER R MITCHELL B S Unnversuty of New Hampshire Boston Unnverslty New York Unnversrty Columbla Unlversuty Director of Testlng Mathematics 'D- 4? WILLIAM G STERGIOS B S M S Franklin and Marshall College Brown Unrverslty Harvard Unlverslty Umverslty otMuch1gan Brology Q' QW RICHARD V SAWYER B S In Ed Boston University Physical Educatton Director ofthe Dmmg Hall LEIGHTON S. TOWER, A.B., A.M. Boston University Columbia University Ancient History, Modern History, Reading 'T' 1 X4 Qi. ALLAN EVA LISELOTTE STAEHR New England Conservatory of Music Maria Theresia Schule Band, Orchestra Augsburg, Germany German A 1' ur I f V V ' h ' .-"1 F7 M, as-1 'wr-.. V" is-h 8 i 90" 'fy EDNA A IRELAND Scranton Busuness College Secretary to the Headmaster AGNES BEATON Secretary to the Bursar WALTER ANDERSON, B.B.A., M.B.A. Northeastern University Bentley School Bursar DOROTHY MACLACHLAN School Secretary DELLA B GILSON MARY L MURRAY BS In Ed M Ed Sargent College Boston University Physical Education 7 Q ARTHUR I. BURGESS JR., A.B., Ed.M. Colgate University, Columbia University, Boston University, Albany State Teachers College. Driver Education Dietitian MARY WILKINSON, R.N. Hartford Hospital Training School 46 X JS i f O lf IN-'01 R gy... I I . ' f 2 . 'X A f,, ff' ' f' 1. I 5 ,sf I .F I fl li, A 5 . , ,T , M, L..-fun-'f'fk7 f , j i V If ' , - fb ' ff f ' ' VALEDICTORY As we look back and TGVIGW our years aT Thayer Academy we flnd ThaT we have had an engoyable as well as a profITable ex perIence DurIng our years here we have come To reallze The value of The knowledge we have been STFIVIHQ for As freshmen we were InTroduced To The meThods and procedures of hlgher ed ucaTIon In our sophomore year we undersTood some of The reasonIng upon whIch our educaTIon IS based and durIng our IunIor and senIor years we came To dIscover ThaT educaTIon TS noT only The acquIsITIon of knowledge buT even more a means for TraInIng The mInd We have accomplIshed ThIs means by our endeavors boTh In and ouT of The classroom Caesars CommenTarIes EuclIds Theorems The Glee Club ConcerT The Class Play and fooTball games all These and many more BCTIVITISS have been valuable parTs of our educaTIon aT Thayer As we have been busIly acquIrIng knowledge we have be come Increaslngly aware of The far greaTer amounT ThaT we have yeT To encounTer Our educaTIon aT Thayer has been sImIlar To a brldge beyond whIch lIe The greaT realms of advanced learn Ing Because we lIve In a progresslve cenTury The need for knowledge becomes more and more ImporTanT as TIme moves on We can feel proud ThaT here aT Thayer we have receIved a baslc educaTIon whIch wIll enable each of us To Take The paTh of hIs choIce In laTer academlc lIfe The years T954 T955 T956 and T957 have Indeed been sTImulaTIng ones for us aT Thayer Academy BuT These have been pfOdUCTIV6 years years we shall always enloy remember Ing We leave behInd us pleasanT TImes and we shall Take wITh us The knowledge we have acqulred We pause To saluTe our learned and dedIcaTed faculTy We know ThaT They are The hearT soul and mInd of Thayer Academy We say farewell and we shall use whaT we have gaIned as a guIdIng IIghT To The fuTure Lawrence W Lyons III l 1 . 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I - - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 I - ' 1 - I 1 - I ROBERT HUNT Hungham ,-, 1019 Mann Street He is complete rn feature and In mmd Wrth all good graces to grace a I gentleman W' Class Presndent 4 3 l Class Treasurer 2 Yearbook Play Commlttee 2 Glee u 3 2 l Band 4 3 2 l Orchestra 4 3 2 l Dance Commtttee 2 2 Football 4 3 2 etball 4 3 2 Ba all 2 l Hon Ro l 4 Four Years SUSAN WHEATLEY Abmgton 50 Ashland Street Nothmg rs Impossible to a wlllmg heart Class Secretary l Yearbook Newspaper l Sensor Mldclle Play 2 Theta Alpha GAA l Glee Club 2 l Chapel Cholr l Sk: Trap 2 I Cheerleader l Fleld Hockey 2 Captam 'I Basketball l Captam 2 Soccer 2 Honor R 2 l Two Years DEBORAH REED PAVAN Qutncy 547 Furnace Brook Parkway A wrtty woman rs a treasure A witty beauty rs a power Class Vice Presudent 4 3 2 l Yearbook Sensor Mlddle Play 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l Glee Club 2 l Dance Commlttee 2 Skt Trap 4 3 2 l Fneld Hockey 4 3 2 l Basketball 4 Soccer 3 2 Softball 4 Honor 4 3 Four Years DAVID JOSEPH LARKIN Quincy ', 1-8 l337 Wm T Mornssey Blvd ' "Self confidence rs the first requlsfte to great undertaknngs " Class Treasurer 4, 3, l, Class Presndent 2, Play Commnttee, Busmess Manager 2, Dance Commuttee 2, Glee Club 3, 2, l, Speclal Group 2, I, Basketball 2, Football 4, 3, 2, l, Baseball 4, 3, 2, l Four Years ff" Ns ,av .22 2 ,2 fx aff , I ,V 54, ,, . . , . . .2 ga I ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' 2 Clb222 2222 2222 ' :Ski V , W Trip 5 , , ,lgBask , , , ly seb 4, 3, , 5 or ,L n 2 2 2 ' ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' 2 ' ' 2 2 2 ' 2 ' 2 2 ' 2 2 oll , . I . ' ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' ' 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ' 2 ' ' 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Roll , ,2,l, 2 A f " 435 ,,i,'IfI':l Iiiiufff 'U :Fei 'W - EDWARD DOUGLAS ROSE Braintree I9 Spruce Street "A man's man, but the girls adore him," Yearbook Editor, Senior Middle Play 2, Chapel Choir, Special Group, and Glee Club Accompanist 4, 3, 2, I, Chapel Organist 4, 3, 2, I, Band 4, 3, Orchestra A, 3, Ski Trip 4, 3, 2, I, Dance Committee 27 Tennis 4, 3, Golf 4, 3, 2, Honor Roll A, 3, I. Four Years JOHN WILLIAM ALDRICH New Hampshire North Haverhill Good nature conceals a multitude of talent iTrIp4 3 2 etball 4 3 2 Four Years RONALD ANDERSON SCIUBPIUWI B38 East Squantum Street A man of all hours ready for anything Ski Trip I Baseball I One Year PHILIP BARONI Bridgewater 598 Main Street As good natured a soul as e er trod on shoe of leather GIee Club I Ski Trip I Football 2 I Two Years ,Ml ar PATRICIA ANNE BARRETT 8I Fearmg Road 4 3 Tennls 2 I Badminton 2 Softballd 3 I JANE HUNTER BENNETT Braintree 33 Cochato Road The only reward of vnrtue rs vvrfue rhe only way to have a friend rs ro be one Play Commlttee 2 Theta Alpha Treasurer GAA 3 2 'I Glee Club 2 I Sk: 4 3 I Fueld Hocke 4 3 2 Basketba I Soccer 3 2 Softb Honor Roll A 3 Four Years I238 Bedford Street Soccer 2 FREDERICK W CARSON Quincy 66 Alton Road I agree wfrh no man s oprmons I have some of my own mor Middle Play 2 Glee Club I Sk: Trip 4 3 2 k Honor Roll 4 3 2 I Four Years Possessmg a charm of her own And a dellghr ID all rhmgs Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 I Verse Speaknng 3 Sk: Trap 4 2 Fl 03555 I-lmgham eld Hockey Four Years -ns. MAUREEN BOSTEEL Abington How prerfy her blushing was and how she blushed again Yearbook Theta Alpha Presndent GAA 2 I Play Commnttee 2 Newspaper lee Club 2 I Sk Trp 2 I Fleld Hockey 2 I Golf 3 Basketball 6 N Three Years J :Q 4. A te , 'S CHARLES CASTLEMAN Braintree l if Bl Blanchard Boulevard 15 "How far the little candle throws its beam." Play Committee 2, Glee Club 'lg Ski Trip 4, 3, 2, lg Football 2, Baseball 4, J' 3, Golf lg Tennis 2, Honor Rau 4, 5, 2, 1. Q Four Year: mah ROBERT EUGENE CHATFIELD Braintree 45 Hawthorne Road Humor rs the harmony of the heart Glee Club 3 2 l Speclal Group 2 l Sk: Trap 3 2 l Golf 3 Four Years ANNE E CHENEY Duxbury Enterprlse Street Lively and qurck trny and neat Play Comrmttee 2 Theta Alpha Vuce Presldent GAA I Glee Club 2 l Chapel Chonr 2 l Cheerleaderl Fleld Hockey 'I Basketball 2 1 Soccer 2 Two Years EDWARD H COLLAGAN North Qulncy 30 Glover Avenue Ill walk where my own good nature would be leadmg at vexes me to choose another gunde Class Day Chalrman l Glee Club 3 2 1 Specnal Group 2 I Basketb ll 2 I FootbaIl2 I Track3 2 1 Honor Roll Three Years BARBARA J CONNELL Bratntree 9 Dean Street A mmrature of loveltness all grace summed up and closed In little Newspaper 3 2 Play Commnttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 2 Correspondmg Secretary I Glee Club 3 2 I Chapel Choir I Skt Trup 3 2 Cheerleader 2 I Fneld Hockey 3 2 I Basketball 2 Soccer 3 2 Three Years If JOSEPH M CUNNINGHAM JR Milton 608 Brush Hull Road The world ts all before me Three Years JAMES CURTIS Wollaston 330 Beale Street A lrttle nonsense now and then ls relished by the best of men Glee Club 2 I Sk: Trlp 2 I Football I I 4 Two Years ROBERT CUTLER Quunc Y 55 Vsctorla Road Happy as the day rs long Yearbook Buslness Manager Glee Club 3 2 I Secretary 2 Skt Tnp I Basketball 3 2 Football 3 2 I Track 2 I 'F' Three Years .K , . ,.: ' : : , ' Ii : ,,: ' : ' ' I 1 ,:' ff 1 1 ,- 'S H - ,, Glee Club 35 Art Club If Golf 3, 2. rj V Sf ll ' ' ll .. ,z ' ' ,: V ,, . ,, I ' 2 , , , : ' ' : ,: ,,: , . CAROL DAIKER 977 Summer Street A loyal frrend a folly companion Play Commxttee 2 Theta Alpha Band 2 I Orchestra 2 I Fueld Hockeyl Badmmton 2 Soccer FAYE DAVIS Quincy 48 Howe Street She has fnends she hasnt even used yet Play Committee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 2 Recordung Secretary I Art Club S Tr 3 2 'I Cheerlead r Fneld Hock 2 Ten us a mnnton 3 Soccer 2 A" "" 1 "" JOHN A DAVIS 92 Farrvxew Avenue Three Years ,,-,Mfr Gentle of speech beneflcenr of mind Glee Club 2 I Golf 2 DANIEL JOSEPH DONOVAN Squantum II6 Landsdowne Street lr takes a truly good man to have confudence In the goodness of others Glee Club I Specual Group 'I Sk: Trup l Track 2 'I Two Years Brudgewater GA I k p Two Years W3- .dU"' Brockton Three Years 00" X 1 Nat , J ARTHUR DORION Quincy K 171 Sumner Street 'T' Men of few words are the best of men Glee Club l Specual Group l Sk: Trp l One Year ANN B DOUGLASS Bridgewater 30 Bedford Street She has frtends because she I5 one Play Commtttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA I Glee Club 1 Band 2 1 Orchestra 2 1 Skt Trtp 1 Fleld Hockey 'I Badminton 2 Soccer 2 Two Years ff 7 JOSEPH J DOWD Washmgton, D 4 ,far ff-bvhfw 1, t w. 3 5 if dmv For he wishes not to seem But to be the best Glee Club l Speclal Group l Skt Trlp l Baseball l Honor Roll 'l One Year 6.-Y DAVID ELLIOT South Weymouth 229 Columbtan Street Good nature ns one of ltfe s nchest gtfts Two Years mt 1-tl 5 ,MAA ,, g 1 ' l , Q l 'W' ' N ,. 'W .V W " A, If .. x ,..,'-1 V ' 'A H V D H ' 1 : 2 : , : 1 1 1 f 1 - 1- A 'lf fl., Il' ff , ff t - , V f ' 'ff 1 1 : : . lx V: . ,595 ,f-V: , q,.iL,if9 W' ii: 'if ,wi-WA As -'.- 7' W' :?2:W'fi1lw-aj P7 , ll Qsvlglfxlgl' v , '37 t "" 7: '.'f'I.-' l w .fag ,ggi , 1. ,-'H "mfr A rv 1 'Rat' ' dna , "il: X 4 H - . , . . ,, L . rf ,. A .f",.,"' lf' cl. .V :N -- . uh .,- . jff' . I . 't V 1 5413 . . h 41,5 ,I 2 x ,. , 'SQ 1, 'ff L g-.frl':."S',j- 5 .gfm ,t " , ,QM ff fr, am h ' BARBARA MAY ELLIS Braintree r y ll7 Adams Street ' T "Gentle in manner firm in realityf -' Newspaper 3 2- Senior Middle Play 2- Theta Alpha- GAA 3 2 T- Orchestra 1 4- Field Hockey A 3 2 T- Basketball 4 3 2 T- Soccer 3 2- Softball 4. Four Years JUDITH EPSTEIN Brockton T32 West Street ' Amtability shines by its own light Newspaper 2 Play Committee 2 Theta Alpha Sk Trip 1 Golf 2 Riding 2 Soccer 2 Three Years BARRY HOWARD FENTIN Quincy 83 Billings Road Behold the countenance of truth in the quiet and still air of studies Four Years 39 Chickatabot Road Mighty sweet and mighty wise The sun lust twinkles in her eyes Theta Alpha GAA l Glee Club l Field Hockey 2 Tennis I EDYTH FAY Quincy ff! Two Years -434 , xg I ,qv , , 1 r r , , , f , , , .. 5- L : ' 7 1 i ' : 1 ' ' : Band 4, 3, 2, lg Orchestra 4, 3, Art Club 4, 3, 1, Tennis 2, lg Honor Roll 4, 3, 2, l. 5. I -I . - , K , ' c -J Bralntree PHYLLIS CLAIRE FROGEL 170 Quuncy Avenue Charmtng graceful and all the rest Wvth beauty and bratns shes doubly blesr Yearbook Typing Edstor Newspaper 2 Typmg Edntor I Play Comrmttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 I Verse Speakung A 3 Sk: Tnp 3 Fneld Hockey aff 2 o mnnton 4 3 y Four Years JOYCE GEORGE Quuncy I22 Elm Street A wvnnlng way a pleasant srnfle Theta Alpha Glee Club I Sk T p I Three Years SIMON GEORGE Quincy QM T22 EIm Street I know what I know and I am no I 'v' I' t troubled about what I cannot know Yearbook Golf 3 2 Three Years GEORGE GLOVER Wollaston IO8 Granger Street Manners speak the tdvom of the soul -.,,. GIee Club 3 Three Years 'i 4, 3g Bad ' , , 27 Librar St , Ig Honor R Il -4, 3, 2, I. 5 g I ri , ' V' 'gl ,2..N,?, f if , ,, ff! ex . ,, I . y K J 2 l , fl :fin I ff N I ' ,Mk I N ' Q ' f Nw 'wig X 5 1 f iv X l8 Prospect Avenue Glee Club lg Ski Trip If Football l. LOUIS R. GRANT ll Wollaston 7 "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." One Year ti N? JOSEPH MICHAEL GREENE Quincy ' at ,K 134 Furnace Brook Parkway Although he had much wit he was very shy in using it. Student Council 2 'I' Yearbook- Glee Club 3 2 'I' Special Group - 'V Dance Committee Chairman l Football 2 l Basketball 2 Baseball 3 'A """ Honor Roll 3 2 l 618 North Street Three Years HERBERT GRIEVES Randolph Where more is meant than meets the ear French Club 2 Track 2 l Honor Roll 2 1 PETER GRIGG Braintree 188 Storrs Avenue All great men die young and I m not feeling so good myself Yearbook Play Committee 2 Glee Club 4 3 2 l Band A Orchestra 4 Ski 3 2 Football 4 3 2 I Track4 3 2 l Honor Ro Four Years Two Years P 1 A E if 5 JV!" M BRENDA HALL Quincy 1, 'X 24 Norton Road V C 15 ,K I "A lady-genteel and refined, obliging and cheerful, industrious and kind," A Play Committee 2, Theta Alpha: GAA 2, lg Glee Club 3, 2, lg Chapel Choir lg Art Club 3, 2, lg Tennis 35 Badminton 3, 2, lg Soccer 2. V Three Years . wi-1175 y 1, Jw. 4- CAROLYN MARGARET HARDY Mllton A 25 Vunewood Road Innocence In gemus and candor ln power are both noble qualmes Yearbook Play Committee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l Glee Club 3 Band 4 3 2 l Tenms 3 Badmmton 4 3 2 l Soccer3 2 Softball 4 Honor Roll 4 3 2 l Cum Laude Four Years NANCY KNICKERBOCKER HAYES Scituate 548 Furst Pansh Road O tell me pretty marden are there any more at home like you? Yearbook Play Committee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l Glee Club 4 3 2 l Chapel Chonr 3 2 l Art Club 2 l Cheerleaderl Fneld Hockey 4 3 2 Basketball 4 3 2 l Soccer 3 2 Softball 4 Honor Roll 4 3 2 I Four Years J a 41 SUSANN HOLBROOK HAYES Scituate 548 Fnrst Pansh Road Charm strikes the eye and ment wms the soul Class Secretary 2 Yearbook Play Commuttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l Glee Club 4 3 2 1 Chapel Cholr 3 2 l Dance Commnttee 2 Cheerleader d ockey 4 3 2 Ba ball 2 I Soccer 3 2 Softb Honor Roll 4 3 2 l Four Years ,gg lr .if AW, , 3 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V J'-na Q iggif 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I -1 1 1 1 1 - 1 A 1 1 '-,xx agu s M . X, TM i' if y Q31 S 11 - ' I' I I ' I U I I 1 r I I I I 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1l1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - lf 211 . 235 11 - 1 - 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lg Fuel H , , , lg sket 4, 3, , 1 1 1 all 47 1 1 1 - A C . qc A , 1 ' ' 1 if .' hxf -' -ft. HARRIET HOPKINS Hanson 744 West Washmgton Street Her heart was an her work And heart grveth grace unto every art f- ' eta Alpha GAA 3 2 'l At Club l Sk T p 2 Rudnn Badmlnton A 3 2 1 Soccer2 Softball 4 3 mu.. STUART G HOYT South Bramtree 56 Lake Street Never void of humor and ever capable of relrshlng nt JAMES A HUNT 1019 Mann Street ball 4 3 Baseball 3 Track 2 1 One Year If worry were the cause of death ld lrve forever Yearbook Glee Club 4 3 1 Art Club 2 Sk: Trap 'I Ba ALFRED HURST Dedham 19 Franklun Square A cheery grm will let you rn where mighty kmgs are barred n 4 3 2 tra 4 F Golf 3 2 Four Years Four Years Q l Hmgham sketball 2 Foot Four Years MARGOT ELIZABETH JOHNSON Marshfield Prospect Street She lS pretty to walk wrth and wrtty to talk wvth it Newspaper A Play Committee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 Treasurer l Glee Club 3 2 l Chapel Cholr l Dance Commuttee 2 Cheerleader l Hockey A 3 2 Bas etball A 2 I Soccer 3 2 Softball A Hon R A 3 N""'iv' Four Years HOWARD A KARLSBERG Qulncy 934 Furnace Brook Parkway A questlon asked is an answer gained Yearbook Play Commuttee 2 Glee Club 4 3 Ba d 4 3 2 l Orchest 2 l Hono R Four Years DEBORAH KEITH Bramtree 165 Weston Avenue Temperance rs the greatest of all vlrtues Play Commnttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 Vlce Preslclent 2 Presldent l Glee u A n u 1 Fl Hockey 4 3 2 l Basketball A Soccer 3 2 Softball A Four Years 2 PETER KILLELEA Qumcy 56 Scotch Pond Place l am not a polmcran and my other habrts are good Two Years S 'E N ' Field ,tflf lf ,3, ,z ,: 2 Of ' oll , . . xi 4 f ' z f : rt , , , 1 YG 4,3, , 5 'r oll 4, 3. f 'tt 'N-. 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A EVELYN JUDITH KRAMER Quincy 72 Glendale Road Few are much worth loving In whom there lS not something worth laughmg at Play ommlttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 2 l Verse Speaklng A 3 Glee Club S-1' 4 3 2 l Fueld Hockeyd 3 Badmmton 4 3 Four Years FRANCIS R LANGLEY Brockton lm E? 850 North Mann Street if This us the long and the short of rt Clubd 3 2 Sk1Trup3 Footballri 3 l Go Four Years DlANE ELIZABETH LEAR Qumcy 891 Southern Artery Her cheerful temper yomed wrth Innocence wrll make her beauty attractrve knowledge delrghtful and wrt goodnatured Yearbook Personals Editor Theta Alpha Student Councul 'I Newspaper 2 l Sensor Mdd Pa Llbray aff 4 2 l Badmrnt Sk: Trap 'l Art Club 4 3 2 Honor Roll 4 3 l Four Years EDWARD VV LEMON Hanson 878 Hugh Street Talents you have not one or two talents are yours an plenty Newspaper 3 2 Sensor Mnddle Pl y 2 Glee Club 3 2 l B nd 4 3 2 l Orchestra A 3 Tennis 3 Baseball 4 Honor Roll 4 3 2 l Four Years ,f if 1 ,, Q f A 'N , - ff - H In N-.I 4 "T li ' 'iw 2, 'C ' : 2 , 1 ' 1 : W, y ' A , , , z , 1 , . ' . I Ag 'x H - - .lf Art ,,,l: ' ' 1 ,,: H34 ws' , Q ' , ' : : ' : 4,3f,: ' ilelY2:'r51 ,3,,: 'on4,3: : , , 1 , , - we 4 3 U U , : ' A 6 : , , 5 B , , , 1 , : ' : : , , , . nys. 'ag 6' MARCIA LIPMAN Brockton 11 Morse Avenue I if Vrrrue IS the performance of pleasant achons Wd Theta Alpha Tennns 1 Two Years 'iv' 'id H TERENCE LYONS Brockton 59 Woodside Avenue A sense of humor rs the salt of life Glee Club 1 Art Club 1 Ski Trip 1 Football 3 2 1 Track 2 at Three Years if LAWRENCE LYONS South Bralntree 161 Franklin Street A srlenr tongue and a workrng mrnd Yearbook Play Commuftee 2 Glee Club 3 2 1 Track 3 Golf 3 2 Honor R A 3 2 1 Cum Lau e Four Years if 123 RICHARD LYONS Quincy 100 Pontrac Road The fashion wears our more apparel than the man Glee Club 3 2 1 Special Group 3 2 1 Art Club 1 Three Years f X i , f ' . 1 1 fx ,1 1. A , Amp ' fb ll - ' 11 P : : ' ' : , ,: - sg? H - - - AH ' ' 1 ' : , , : 2 , : V rf oll , , , 5 d. 7' , - ' h, 11 ' If S 'V 5 . 52 7 , , 1 ' , r 1 - I " .X X X Us 1 5 , 'Q Ak ,MV , 5 SARAH PRlSCILLA MARSH 66 Dreamwold Road Ganety IS the souls health 2 1 Soccer2 Theta Alpha Glee Club 2 l Chapel Chonr 2 I Ln rary Staff JUDITH QUIGLEY MCKINNEY Brockton 3 Oakdale Street A merry heart doeth good hke medlcme Newspaper staff 3 Play Commnttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l r u 2 1 1 Fleld Hocke 3 Go 4 3 Ten Basketball 4 Soccer3 ls. 6 ai! Box 125 -Q-ww? Happmess IS my habvt Theta Alpha Badmmton 1 Egypt T Badmunton Two Years W Four Years i i JENNIFER MOORE North Pembroke ..,,,,,a Two Years ROBERT MURPHY Quincy TO Havulend Road He that ns of a merry heart hath a contvnual feast Football I Sk: Trnp 1 Three Years ELIZABETH NELSON Avon 577 West Mann Street Only her modesty as greater than her arnbltvons Play Commtttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 I Verse Speakmg 3 Glee Club 3 Art Club 4 I Fleld Hockey 4 Tennns 3 2 Golf 4 Soccer 2 Badmunton I Honor Roll 2 Four Years RICHARD H NELSON Holbrook 246 Union Street Bold and yet wrse rn what he undertook Play Commnttee 2 Glee Club 2 Art Club 4 Honor Roll 3 2 I Four Years ,ff BRENDA NEWSON Braintree 66 Wmdemere Curcle As graclous as she as tall As kmd as she IS gracrous Wtth virtues greater than both Yearbook Theta Alpha Student Councrl 3 2 I Newspaper 4 3 2 GAA 3 2 I Play Commuttee 2 Glee Club 4 3 2 I Chapel Chour 2 I C er leader 2 Captam I Skt Trtp I Basketball 4 Soccer 3 2 Softball A Four Years BRUCE NIGHTINGALE Quincy 66 George Road I A quret fellow always so neat charm rn hrs manner he s pleasant to meet Yearbook Staff I Dance Charrman 2 Art Club 3 2 Skt Trtp 3 I Basketball 3 2 Baseball 3 Track 2 I Three Years ,1 . .. ,, 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 3,2, 1 ,1. 11 . . 11 I I I 1 1 - Q il 3 A , ' ' 'S Q' ,, . . . . . . . ' 1 I 11 -'04 . . ' . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 "' . - . . - . he . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I : 1 I - 11 1 - - - 1 11 1 1 1 - I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 - 'R JUDITH ANNE OLSON Braintree 74 Brow Avenue Mmd cannot follow rt nor words express her :nfrnrte sweetness Stud ent Councul 2 Secretary l Newspaper 2 Play Commntee 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l Glee Club 3 2 l Pre Soccer 3 Softball A Honor Roll A ROBERT PAINE 46 Alroy Road A decent boldness ever meets with friends. Glee Club 2 l. CARLA NOBILI Quincy 211 Maypole Road Good humor may be said to be one t th can wear rn socrety o e very best artlcles f dress one Newspaper Staff 2 l Glee Club 2 I Theta Alpha Skt Tnp l Two Years ld Hockey 4 3 2 Basketball 11 3 Four Years STEPHEN ORMSBY Milton 45 Ons Street Salt your food wrth humor e e rr th charm of good fellowshrp Football 2 p pp r wr wrt And sprinkle over the Two Years South Weymouth Two Years i nuff I 206 Pine Street 19 "Variety is the mother of enioymentf TZ'- Basketball l. JAMES ROBERT PARISH Whitman 191 South Street Deeds not words shall speak me Yearbook Art Edntor Newspaper 3 2 Edvtor l Sensor Middle Play 2 Band Four Years VALERIE M PEACOCK 404 Jerusalem Road Her anr her manners all who saw admlred Aw' JOANNE RUBY PEARL Braintree 2'l Cedar Street The best ellxtr lS a friend but rf she be foyful that IS best Class Secretary 4 3 Newspaper 2 Play Committee 2 Theta Alpha GAA G u 3 2 I Chapel Cho 2 I Dance Commuttee C eerleader 2 l Fneld Hockey 4 3 2 I Basketball 4 3 2 l Soccer 3 2 Softball 4 Four Years 2 l French Club 2 Fleld Hockey 3 Tenms l DONALD PALMER South Weymouth One Year 53: -ls e,g-if Cohasset Badmmton 3 2 Soccer 2 Three Years wwf L H t.-.iran r2'4f?F ' ":'s:- 1' .',1"L' 'J' 1 , if . .- f A 1 , , ' 1 ' ' 2 y 4, 3, 2, lf Orchestra 4, 3, 2, lg Art Club 4, 3, 2, lg Honor Roll 4, 3, 2, 1. , Awv,,QY V ,T nfl' are fs1..aeZ,,., ef M M,-gyf,f,f T :W ,V-'J 4'- ' l t fmisff-1l' ' :Ji 1: f f gg"l'-5 gd H -I . YH A Yearbook Staff, Play Committee 2, GAA 2, lg Theta Alpha, Glee Club 3, , : : ' 1 ' : ' f : - E l ' ' ' ., -vi A q .Q X 2w'fv 'tff f ia? ,tj--fl, f t ,,. I f, V .1 pf f Q , X , : 1 ' : 5 3,2.l:leeClb4,,,: irt: ' 2: -' h , 1 ' , , , : , , , 1 . j , sw. 35" A WILLIAM PEIRCE 760 High Street "ln quietness and confidence shall be your strength." Student Council, Treasurer lg Yearbook Staff, Circulation Committee 2, Honor Roll 4, 3, 2, I. SANDRA LOUISE POOLE Stoughton 55 Lewis Road lt s her nature to be good natured Theta Alpha Secretary GAA l Glee Cl b 2 l Chapel Choir l Fi ld Hockey 2 Tennis I Two Years Summer Street I knew the right and dvd it JOEL MITCHELL RAPPEPORT Quincy 54 Russell Park None but himself can be his equal Student Council 4 3 2 Presidentl Yearbook Newspaper 2 Senior Middle 2 l Cum Lau Four Years Hanson Manager lg Play Four Years NATHANIEL PUFFER Norwell One Year 'N 1 z U , : ' 1 'S ' Play 2, Glee Club 4, 3, 2, lg Special Group 3, 2, lg Ski Trip 4, 2, Football ,Q A 4, 3, 2, 1, Baseball 4, 3, 2, lg Honor Roll 4, 3, , , de. , sf r- R I ga H' 4. fs CYNTHIA ANN RAY Braintree 33 Ray Lane "Peppy, snappy, a lively friend, Full of fun there is no end." . Play Committee 2- Theta Alpha- GAA 3 2 l- Ski Trip 3' Cheerleader 2 l- Hockey 4 3 2 ball l Socc 3 2 Softb Four Years MARCIA ELIZABETH READ Rehoboth 79 Davis Street ,Qs Dear to them that love her Great to them that know her Yearbook Newspaper 3 2 l Senior Middle Play 2 Theta Alpha GAA 3 2 l Verse Speaking 4 3 Glee Club 4 3 2 l Chapel Choir I Orchestra b 4 Field Ho I Tennis 2 4 Riding 2 Basketball 4 Soccer 2 Honor Roll 4 3 l MNT' Four Years "W ,gg KEVIN MICHAEL ROURKE Cohasset 374 Atlantic Avenue It matters not how long l live but how 'Y An ciao 2 Football 2 Track 2 Honor 12011 2 1 Two Years N1 xxxk HERBERT sA121c151AN Bridgewater -7' 249 Main Street No sinner or saint perhaps but the very best of chaps Art Club 2 Ski Trip 3 1 Football 3 2 l Baseball 3 Track 2 -ani Three Years ' Field , , , lg Basket 4, 3, 2, p er , 5 all 4. 7 .. . . K x 3 2 A 1 1 1 ' ' 1 . 1 I - 4, 3, Ar1Clu , 3, lg ski Trip 3, 2, lg ' ckey 4, 3, , ' , Golf J 1-. ,, I iv 1 1 1 1 1 4 I . A ,l 14.4, V 041 X I .I-sf'-,xnxx 151 11. 'HG f inal? ?!r"1l'R'xi 'lfllf' ' ml? .3 E F, ny., . ri ' f 7 ,-ay! 04' DAVID LEWIS SCHOFIELD Canton Dedham Street NORMAN c: SAYCE Plymouth I Cushman Street It rs franquvl people who accomplrsh much Glee Club l Band 2 l Two Years Srlence does lntle harm and ofren does much good "' One Year JAMES SCHWENK 'I7 Parkvrew Drive lf laughrer be a crrme a master crrmmal he would be Yearbook Newspaper 3 Glee Club 3 2 l French Club Tenms3 2 Golf 3 2 Track2 1 DAVID JAY SHAPIRO Quincy 19 Muller SfllE Road On hlm and on his hrgh endeavor The lrghr of prarse shall shrne forever Yearbook Play Commntee 2 Basketball 4 3 2 'l Baseball A Honor Roll Cum Laude Hlngham kr Trrp 3 Three Years Four Years 4 -J I' . l , . , Al, I ik ww I 7 Eli J ,fa ' " . N ,139 . -, X V .1 . lg! sau, g ffl. ff. Q,g WN, v il! W ' A -lr VU sf Y. V l -' 1. Jfvgaifxfi . , . N, 'K -1 1, f g.. I 1- " 1 4. Q ,Q l ' 2 1, . . . ,, rf ,A ' ' 7 gf' z : , . : 2: 5' ' , 21: xi ' , 1 , : , A Nw" I . l , 'N 1 'WF ' ' ,Q ,, . . . I . . . .,, 1 .43 . K, 5 1 I r , I 7 I N? 4, 3, 2, lg . A if m X I I vi 1 Wiz sw" X is g f - L RICHARD SHEEHY t 3 199 south Main sneer 9 ' Q "No sleep till morn, when youth and pleasure meet." Randolph L . 'V Glee Club 2, lg Special Group T, Art Club 3, 2, T, Ski Trip 4, 13, 2, lg ' Football 4, 3, 2, Captain lg Basketball 2, Baseball 4, 3, 2, I. 7 V --'fa ll ' I THOMAS SHERMAN Squantum 143 Lansdowne Street Gentleman ts written leglbly on hts brow Skt Trap I Tenms l One Year Four Years 238- 5? ANTHONY J TlANO Weymouth 693 Comrnerctal Street Ove A merry heart makes for a merrrer countenance Ai Glee Club 2 l Track 2 1 Honor Roll 2 Two Years JONATHAN PARKER TISDALE Avon 4',. 401 South Street They re only truly great who are truly good Sensor Maddie Play 2 Glee Club 3 2 1 Spectal Group I Skt Trp 3 2 l Football 4 Manager l Four Years F7215 A xg x .J Wf DAQ 1 GORDON DONALD TOMILSON East Weymouth 28 Edgeworth Street "A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrowsf' ANNE VOLPE South Braintree 1084 Lnberty Street One Year Kg! She rs frlendly and demure Of that you can be sure N'h?'w-IB, a Commuttee 2 Theta Alpha GAA l Gl Club l A Club 2 I Trup 2 l Fleld Hockey l Badminton 2 Soccer 2 Q3 -T? 'Ev an! .r-12 a lair 9? JOHN WESTERBEKE l 56 Ocean Street please Glee Club l Skt Tnp l Two Years What he dvd was done wrth so much ease In htm alone tw IRENE ZALON Bndgewater 85 Broad Street True to her word and her work and her lrrencls Yearbook Theta Alpha Play Commrttee 2 GAA 3 2 1 Art Club l Glee Club 3 Fueld Hockey 4 Softball A Badmunton 2 l Soccer 3 Four Years Squantum as natural to One Year ALAN ZIDES Brookline 483 Washington Street "Let the fools say what they pleaseg knowledge is something." Newspaper Sports Editor ly Honor Roll l. ALSO 57 Wnlluam Belcher Scott W Fraser Wayne Brown David McGlone Charles Fisher John Munnus David Fltzgerald Robert O Connell One Year AS WE WERE IN 1954 . . 1 ROBERT BAI LEY, President STEPHANIE TASHJIAN, Vice President SUSAN CHURCHILL, Secretary MICHAEL KENT, Treasurer Allard, M. David Anthony, Judith Bailey, Robert Baker, Deborah Barrett, Susan Beers, Barbara Belcher, Weston Benson, Carole Benson, Richard Blornquist, Lynne Brooks, David Bryan, Herbert Churchill, Susan Costanza, Frederick Cronin, Paula Cutler, .lane Dahlborn, Jane Davis, Susan Derby, Alice DiNatale, Kathryn Dwan, Connie Dwyer, Edward ......V' X - If .., .. - , V? in 4-.A,.P:3s,,5if 'L ' had W afiaff , as , "Tir an CLASS OF 1958 Elder, Bruce Etsten, Pamela Fawcett, Donald Field, John Follansbee, Judith Fraser, Carol Fritz, Susan Gacicia, Philip Gainor, Milton Gale, Elinor Glass, Cynthia Gold, Jonathan Goldstein, Barbara Graziano, Joseph Hall, Edward Hardy, Stuart Hayes, Robert Houston, Alfred Jackson, Richard Jenkins, Bradford Johnson, Robert Karp, David Kay, John Kent, Michael Knight, A, Sandra Kurtis, Baylor Levin, Jeffrey Ludlow, Linda Malley, Kathleen Marden, Ann Marden, Bruce Masefield, Mary McDermott, Paul McGowan, John Michelman, Mark Milbery, Earle Morse, Timothy Mullen, Katherine Nichols, William Paulsen, Brenda Philippart, Suzanne Reardon, Martha Robertson, John C. Ross, Nancy A Rothman, Leonard Rowlands, Elliot Rubin, Errol Scott, Sandra Shuman, Mark Slate, Eleanor Spencer, Vickery Stergios, Basil Stone, Barbara Sullivan, Lawrence Swartz, Edwin Talbot, Robert Tarbell, Barbara Tashiian, Stephanie Thayer, G, Wallace Thomas, Robert Trefry, Neal Tweed, Winslow Volpe, Paul White, William Yaffe, Linda 1 ."?"1 ! ANDREW ANDERSON, President NANCY MILLEN, Vice President GRETCHEN VAN RAALTE, Secretary GEORGE NlGHTlNGALE, Treasurer ,I s' ' fir' ' .+f ' ' 1. A I , l Allman, Bruce Anderson, Andrew Anderson, Deborah Bachman, Robert Beniamin, Constance Bennett, Charles Bergeron, Andrew Bergman, Edward Biornholm, George Bourdelais, Joan Bryant, Stephen Burke, Mary Burrill, Kendall Campbell, M. Fred Chiminello, Frank Cicchese, Barbara Claff, Linda Commoss, Kenmore Countway, Marilyn Critchley, Dale Cross, Thomas CLASS OF 1959 Daley, Constance DiBona, Joyce Dixon, Marilyn Donner, Sally Driscoll, R, Ann Dwan, Kathleen Epstein, Eleanor Field, Fred F. Ford, Carolyn Furbush, Jacqualine Grossman, Judith Guy, Joseph Haley, E. Peter Hall, Patricia Hauthaway, John Heffernon, Richard Herrick, Rachel Hinchcliffe, Frederick Hopkins, William Howe, Isabelle Hughes, Robert Jacobson, Judith Johnson, Herbert Johnson, Kent Kearney, Perry Killelea, Ann LaMarine, David Lavelle, John Marlowe, Susan McCrillis, Meredith Millen, Nancy Newcomb, Frederick Newman, Frank N. Nightingale, George Niles, Geraldine Nugent, Thomas Ossen, Rosalyn Payne, Bruce Payntar, John Porteus, Margaret Pratt, Charles Rent, Nancy Robbins, Winslow Robinson, John Rochelle, Arthur Roland, Sanford Rose, Susan Searle, Russell Sevigny, Charles Sloane, Robert Stergios, Peter Tenore, Michael Thibodeau, Suzanne Thompson, John Tinney, Margaret Van Raalte, Gretchen Van Raalte, Leslie Weyerhauser, Charles Witcher, Pamela Wilkinson, Georgia Wood, Neuman Rowley, Robert Abbott, Richard Avnet, Deborah Beaton, Nancy Becker, Leigh Berger, Ellen Blomquist, Stewart Cabot, O. H. Perry Carson, Frederick Ciani, Mary Coffman, Jay Collins, Jeanne Daley, Carolyn Davis, Christopher DeSantis, F. Charles DiNafale, Nancy Dome, Robert Drcllett, Deborah Dunn, Grace Dunn, James Evans, Richard Faunce, Harriet Fraser, Janet CLASS OF 1960 Ghefll, Judith Gilmour, William Glover, James Green, Edward Hays, Geoffrey Howard, David Howell, James Irving, Laura Kearns, Ralph Klay, Frederick Kundsin, Dennis Kvaraceus, Claire Levin, Richard Loftus, Adria Malley, Edward McCusker, John Merrill, .Iune Nelson, David Nelson, Pamela Nugent, William O'ConnelI, Jamelle v Perrow, Donna Rappeport, Muriel Ravreby, William Reardon, Daniel Reardon, David Robison, Henry Rubenstein, Bonnie Sacchetti, Stephen Sager, Jan Sandman, Andrea Schofield, Ray Silverman, Martin Smelzer, Gretchen Stein, Barbara Tagen, Thomas Talbot, Stephen Thayer, Susann Tower, Christopher Tweed, Cynthia Waitkus, Ann Weston, Pamela BASEBALL it ': if X1 11- sv- 5421. , 641, . 1, . . as '- A We-..rg3ff..lf First row: T. Hartford, J. Greene, J. Rappeport, S. Derby, Captain, J. DiBona, C. Dyke, C, Zelinsky. Second row: S. Fraser, Manager, R. Green, W. Colton, R. Sheehy, R. Ossen, R. Hunt, W. Thayer, W. Donner, Coach. Front: W. Donner, Mascot. While this year's Varsity Baseball squad enjoyed a rather mediocre season, there are high signs of great improvement next year. Sparked by the hitting of Capt. Steve Derby, Billy Colton, and Richie Green, and with some fine pitching per- formances by Dave Larkin, the squad may look back upon an enioyable year. With a fine nucleus of veterans returning, next spring should prove more profitable. Mr. Burdett's J.V. squad enioyed a .SOO season, winning seven and losing seven, but failing to improve on last year's tremendous team. The stellar hurling of Mike Kent and Bruce Allman, the power hitting of Bruce Elder, and the clutch hitting of Brad Jenkins give Coach Donner something to look forward to next year. 1'-nil., JUNIOR VARSITY 3 .j H I First row: P. Volpe, Manager, M. Gainor, A, Rochelle, J. Graziano, B. Elder, R. Bailey, F. Costanza, R. Hayes, M. Kent. Second row: R. Burdett, Coach, T. Tagen, B. Jenkins, B. Allman, R. Benson, A. Anderson, R. Johnson, E. Hall, H. Bryan. First row: M. Shuman, R. Hughes, B. Kurtis, E. Ambrose, D. Donovan, W. Schwenk, B. Tite, H. Grieves, J Pennypacker, A. Tiano, J. Hunt. Second row: L. Sullivan, R. Cutler, C. Bennett, B, Nightingale, E. Collagan P. White, R. Sullivan, A. Monson, L. Rothman, D. Karp, F. Carson, R. Sawyer, Coach. Coach Sawyer's '57 track team is expected to improve on last years rather un productive season, when the team lacked balance. There were a few individual standouts such as Eddie Ambrose, Dick Sullivan, and Bill Schwenk, but overall the team was weak in numbers. However, Coach Sawyer is expecting a large turnout this year and is certain that the underclassmen will enable him to better last year's record. The tennis team, composed entirely of rookies, failed to realize their high hopes. But the boys gained a lot of valuable experience throughout the season, and with such veterans as Mark Michelman and Eddie Swartz returning, Coach Mitchell is looking forward to a good coming season. TENNIS Q I i l ' ! Z Wi Ytti zzzzzt i, mm :1 First row: C. Castleman. Second row: B. Fenton, E. Swartz, M. Michelman N Treflry f I6 W- ff 4 rg , , ri' SOFTBALL Na f I Q6 of Wg, d M First row S Davis S Knight B Beers M Masefield S Phrlippart Second row J Follansbee P Etsten B Goldstein J Cutler S Fritz C Fraser C Dwan C Benson A Derby Third row L Ludlow K Mullen S Churchill B Hall N Ross B Tarbell M Reardon V Spenser S Barrett L Blomqulst C White K DiNatale P Cronin Last spring Thayer Academy was represented by two girls' softball teams. With a lot of interest on the part of the Sophomores and their coach Mrs. Murray, the team played Braintree High School and won. With this entire squad returning it seems quite probable that this year will be the first of many victorious seasons for our Thayer softball team First rowzi A. Driscoll, M. Dixon, G. Wilkinson, M. McCrillis, L. Van Raalte, S. Thibodeau, M. Countway, G. Niles, M. Porteus. Second row: Judy Bryant, Coach, A. Killelea, J. DiBona, G. Van Raalte, N. Millen, S. Donner, L. Rent, S. Marlowe, M. Burke, J. Jacobsen, S. Rose. SOCCER sul' First row: D. Keith, B. Connell, D. Pavan, C Fraser, B. Ellis, A. Volpe, H. Hopkins, C. Hardy Second row: E. Fay, S. Wheatley, J. McKinney A. Douglass, N. Hayes, J. Pearl, C. Ray, S. Hayes, C. Daiker, M. Johnson, A. Cheney, E. Nelson. Spring Country Day offered soccer to underclassmen supervised by Miss Hixon for the second year. Although this squad plays no outside games, the sport is enjoyed by all who participate. ,Q I +,..DVf4- 'if ' K i March Ql March 23 24 March 29 A A rtl I9 A rtl Q0 May May May 29 un Jum June prtl 1. Mother Daughter Dtnner Sensor Mrddle Class Play Under the capable dtrectton of Mrs Sheppard we then the luntors gave two well recenved performances of The Ama zons Sprung Recess A well earned rest' Patrtots Day No school' Student Counctl Dance Charlcs Dyke D J Eleventh Annual Glee Club Con cert Guest Arttst Rand Smath Sensor Prom The gym wws trans formed unto a hcautlful garden Frnal Exams Tle last lap! Last Chapel Many prules were wvardcd We thc clwss of 57 took over Commencement for tl Class l l956. YW THE SENIOR MIDDLE CLASS THE AMAZONS Sir Arthur Wing Pinero YOUATT ,,,,,,..,,,,. .,,..,.,,.,.,., REV. ROGER MINCHIN LADY CASTLEJORDAN Diane Elizabeth Lear LADY WILHELMINA .,..,, ,,,, LADY THOMASIN ,,A.,, LADY NOELINE ,,,,,,,,,,,...,,....,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Fred Carson Joel Rappeporr Barbara Ellis Deborah Reed Pavan Marcia Elizabeth Read SERGEANT SHUTER .,.........,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,, Susan Wheatley MONSIEUR ANDRE DE GRIVAL ,,,,.,,. James R. Parish LORD TWEENWAYES ,, .,,.....,.,,,..,,., Edward Lemon Jr. LORD LITTERLY ,,,,, ,,..,. E dward Douglas Rose FITTON ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,..,,,, .l onalhan Trsdale vi' -:E,,.!1ei' - ffgf. 's dw ., 'K a, .1 , x, in Q3 KES 0 UU 05 009 0000 ,eg ME 0 0 :DQ QD F5 Q , U 9.0 SV rx ,X . gb U N O LIDO O o C H92 0 0 'fi x Nb 01 Q94 omf 6 . moi 500 PL 8 O L, 5. M UU 1 ok, C52 ac L6 U60 5,60 oc 0 OCUS GEO 330 ,-N L, aj OQQO O 0 S ff -:B 'fp qioocjgnb M I QHM Moll w Q- xy y ,XX X f 3 X f ' XY V - . o ff . .. Y x i , -, I -L 1 , - H- ' ' 1 1 ' 4: , M 'fu vl S5115- 'i 'Lt A I .. v i " L ' mi 5 1 4 I Y xg , , -- get ' " - f A 'fi-K ..,,W A-, - 71" 4 .lf Y - i !.wE5T'! 'K xx 1 V t 1 I Q '1 ' I - N , q Qi 5 1 . L .. .r - 5 1 1 2 E nf A 7f :Q PRIZES AWARDED LAST CHAPEL JUNE 8 1956 Classical Awards First Year Latin Prizes Llnda A Claft Frank M Newman Nancy H Rent Second Year Latin Third Year Latin French Prfze Ffrst Year Ellnor A Gale Pitkin Chemistry Prize Emerson Prize Carolyn Hardy Anthony Tlano Csecond placej Frederick W Carson Cthlrd placej Short Story Prize James Parash Founder s Day Ode Marcia E Read General Science Prize Perry O Kearney Jr MathematrcalAssoc1atron of Amerrca Award Lawrence W Lyons, III Anc1entHrstory Prrze Mary L Burke Musrc Award Edward D Rose Honorable Mention Joyce DuBona Charles Pratt Robert Sloane Honorable Mention Robert Banley Richard Benson Susan Churchsll Ellnor Gale Joseph Greene Honorable Mentron LawrenceW Lyons Ill Honorable Mention Martha Reardon Stephanie Tashglan Honorable Mention Deborah Keith Deborah Pavan Duane Lear Joel Rappeport Lawrence Lyons David Shaparo James Parish Honorable Mention Edward Lemon Jonathan Tlsdale Honorable Mention James Pennypacker Carolyn Hardy Bugler Nancygane Darlmg Frederick W. Carson ls .Ll 0 iw' ,Img G First row: J. Greene, P. Baroni, H. Lyons, R. Hunt, R. Sheehy, Captain, R. Cutler, D. Larkin, H. Sarkisian, E. Collagan. Second row: D. McGlone, D. Fitzgerald, R. Delano, J. Rappeport, R. Murphy, A. Hurst, P. Grigg, L, Grant, R. O'Connell. Third row: F. Chiminello, Manager, R. Hughes, M. Kent, W. Thayer, R, Ben- son, J. Payntar, L. Sullivan, R. Bailey, J. Tisdale, Manager. Fourth row: W. Donner, Coach, A. Rochelle, B. Elder, B. Jenkins, P. Volpe, R. Sawyer, Assistant Coach, H. Hicks, Assistant Coach. Front row: W. Donner, Mascot. Having one of its best seasons in years, the Varsity Football team won tive games, lost one, and tied one. Sparked by a tremendous defense, the Tigers held the opposition to only six touchdowns in seven games! Highlights of the season were the 20-0 whitewashing for our traditional rival Tabor and a 6-6 tie with the previously undefeated Lawrence Academy team. Supported by a strong line, Capt. Richie Sheehy, Bobby Hunt, Dave McGlone, and Russ Delano tore huge holes in the opposition and boosted the squad to its fine record. Coach Donner is looking for- ward to another successful season next year. -L 5. . cs FT, lf! f ,7 . 52 Ji JUNIOR VARSITY First row: C. Bennett, M. Shuman, R. Levin, R. Hayes, T. Tagen, G. Nightingale, C. Pratt, T. Nugent, R Bachman, C. DeSantis, B. Payne, Manager. Second row: J. Thompson, N. Wood, J. Howell, S. Roland, E Green, B. Allman, W. Hopkins, W. Nugent, H. Johnson, D. Nelson. Third row: R. Lucas, Coach, S. Sacchetti P. Cabot, E. Malley, K. Commoss, F. Newman, J. Levin, David Reardon, Dan Reardon, F. Hinchliffe, J. Lavelle R. Burdett, Coach. HOCKEY First row: D. Pavan, A. Cheney, S. Wheatley, M Tinney, B, Beers, D. Keith. Second row: N. Hayes S. Hayes, M, Burke, V. Spenser, L. Ludlow, S Churchill, S. Davis, Miss Hixon. Playing five games this fall, the Thayer Academy Varsity Field Hockey team won three and lost two games. With excellent support from the backfield and goalie, the fast forward line scored frequently. Coach Hixon especially praised the girls for their defeat of Milton Academy and the Winsor School. Thayer Thayer Thayer Thayer ,,,,.,,,,,...,,, Thayer ,,,,.. .,.,,, SCORES 2 Milton Academy , 2 Dana Hall ,, 4 Braintree , 3 Winsof School .,.,, O Walnut Hill , SCORES Thayer 1 Thayer O Thayer l Thayer O Dana Hall Walnut Hill Winsor School Braintree First row: M. Bosteel, M. Read, C. Dwan, L. ClaH, B. Connell, S. Fritz, J. Cutler, B. Ellis, S Knight. Second row: M. Reardon, C. Ray, P. Etsten, K. Malley, M. Tinney, P. Cronin, J. An- thony, K. Dwan, Miss Hixon. The highlight of the J.V. season was their defeat of the Winsor School. Our Freshmen played more games than any previous team, and both teams offer con- siderable promise tor a stronger varsity team next year. First row: A. Loftus, J. O'Connell, M, Ciani, J. Ghetti, P. Weston, C. Daley, M. Beaton. Second row: M. Rappeport, D, Drollett, N, DiNatale, J. Sager, H, Faunce, P. Nelson, S. Thayer, G. Smeltzer, D. Avnet. SCORES Thayer l Beaver Country Day 4 Thayer 2 Braintree l Thayer 2 Winsor l ...ini- 'U' ii.: September l2 October 6 October October October November 8 November l November 2 November 21 26 Frrst Chapel The start of a new school year Family Day A day enloyed by young and old Columbus Day No school' GAA Dance Revutup Kenth DJ Otto Bachman gave a most lnterestnng talk on hrs experuences In a Srberuan con centratron camp College Day The annual gathering of students from all over the South Shore to learn about drtferent colleges Veterans Day Junuor Prom We all went to the Mardl Gras' Thanksgnvung Recess How was the turkey? E51 Ox I fi' N.W EEQQEP' Xi' 2 is 1 AD E My 0 4 X5 ki ,X Q U XA Y'-e CDC 94 V1 f:5Of S Z0 'S pkbfg X04 'Vow Noe' , oaimlsf' XAQJWN XG 10 .9 ,5 X aX33Q 1 ii? 01 'Q Thayer.. . Thayer Thayer Thayer Thayer ,.aaaaa Thayer Thayer Thayer BASKETBALL First row: R. O'Connell, J. Aldrich, D. Fitzgerald, E. Collagan, Captain, B. Nightingale, R. Cutler, R. Hunt. Second row: J, Rappeport, Manager, M, Kent, D. Larkin, R. Hughes, D. Shapiro, J. Greene, R. Sawyer, Coach. This year, handicapped by the lack of height and experience, our varsity played many of the South Shore's leading teams as well as our usual strong rival academies led by Captain Ted Collagan's shooting and rebounding, Porky O'ConnelI's play- making, Dave Fitzgerald's spirit, and the added strength of Robbie Cutler, Dave Larkin, and Joe Greene. Although our season was not too good win-wise, the team wishes Coach Sawyer and his returning lettermen a successful season next year. ......43 North Quincy Thayer...... .......5l Brown and Nichols ....6l .....-44 Oliver Ames ,, .,,,,,,68 Thayervu-, ,,,,,,,53 New Prep . ..... 40 Hingham ....... ....... 5 3 Thayer ....... ..... 5 7 Portsmouth ................ 66 ......36 Tabor .--...-62 Thayer..-..- Brown and Nichols .49 Weymouth .------8l Thayermd. , St, Sebastian , .26 North Quincy ............ 56 Thayer Lawrence .... .. . .... 51 Lawrence ........ ....... 5 7 Thayer Huntington ..... . S73 Christian ....... ....... 5 2 Thayer Stockbridge .. pan Thayer 26 Thayer 40 Thayer 40 Thayer l7 Thayer 28 Thayer 3l Thayer 33 Thayer 35 Thayer 32 Thayer 49 Thayer Thayer 31 Thayer Thayer Thayer Thayer awk an Q52 , u y xg SCORES North Quincy ., 35 Oliver Ames 49 Hingham 33 Tabor 43 Weymouth , 57 North Quincy . 37 Lawrence ., ,, 38 Christian 18 Brown and Nichols 37 Portsmouth 46 Brown and Nichols Thomson ., 55 Tabor . St. Sebastian , 1 -J , Lawrence . , Archbishop Williams E 4 Ill I J V First row: R. Bailey, B. Allman, T, Tagen, F. Costanza, Captain, D. Nelson, A. Rochelle. Second o Q row: G. Nightingale, M. Michelman, A. Anderson, W. Thayer, M. Tenore, W. Donner Coach The Junior Varsity, sparked by the shooting of Bruce Allman, the playmaking of Art Rochelle and Tom Tagen, and the rebounding strength of Fred Costanza and Dave Nelson, have proved to be good competition for many of the strong J.V teams they play. The youthfulness of this team will be an asset to Coach Sawyer for future years. 5' Q at BASKETBALL First row: K. Mullen CManagerD, S. Churchill, S. Hayes, N. Hayes, J. Cutler. Second row: K. Malley, S. Wheatley, S. Davis, L. Ludlow, Miss Hixson. Playing a more difficult schedule this year, the Thayer team has shown the spirit and skill necessary for an un- defeated season. Our forwards have out-scored opponents, while a strong defensive team has kept the opposition's scoring to a minimum. The team's ambition is to maintain the reputation which has been established by the excellent playing of the past few years. ,...1- J. V. GIRLS' BASKETBALL First row: G. Wilkinson, N. Millen, C. Dwan, S. Fritz, D. Anderson, M. Bosteels, S. Rose. Second row M. R d n M'ss Hixon. K. Mullen, Manager, S. Donner, E. Fay, A. Derby, C. Ray, ear o , I Fortified by height, the J.V. team should have a good season. Both the J.V. and Freshman teams give promising underclassmen a chance to improve their playing. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL ...J First row: J. O'ConneII, M. Ciani, C. Daley, G. Smeltzer, J. D. Drollett, M. Rappeport, D. Avnet. .WW b A, 'x Sager, G. Dunn. Second row: S. Thayer, ,ur M Mas!" ml..-install L, ,,,.p.:,f,5.1- W qA, mu: ' :Q-4ffY9'Lisla,: "f 'QL mr .- Y' www lx, X H , f. -A- hawk' www!!! .S 9- A ,s -. 1 ,-. ., , ,- ..f wb , . . X Q , , E . , J... 'wwf . 1 . ,, . . .N . , .-, .i .M k,g,gQ, Yu .K ,NV .Q A, V., H- , -. -- 7 X x V V f -.p , H-, M ,-JE. ,mn x fs EUNEPT '41 Wk i KL 45 Xiu 'Q CST Z If H11 December 21 January January January January 30 February l February 20 25 March 13 March 16 March 23 Chrlstrnas Chapel Artist Charles Casrleman Last day of fall Terrn Relax' First day of winter Terrn Here we go agaun' College Boards for Senmors We were on pun and needles C apel Guest planusf Wu lam Stevens Mud years Oh no not so soon' Washrngtons Burthday Tame To catch a breath Annual Fashuon Show and Brudge Party. College Boards! Mother-Daughter Dinner. .EELS , ?'F ay' ify ly 5 d f xw iff! w!f-N'KN-- wifi! CHRISTMAS CHAPEL Q 41 YEARBOOK STAFF XXX ,AQ '9ii 'iff if 8925 r at X ' hwy? First row N Hayes D Pavan J Pansh E Rose R Cutler P Frogel P Gngg Second row R Hunt M Bosteel J Hunt S Wheatley J Schwenk S Hayes M Read D Lear V Peacock I Zalon Mrs Saul Thurd row J Greene J Rappeport W Pearce B Nnghtmgale B Ne s n D Shap ro C Bennett H Karlsberg L Lyons Business Manager Robert Cutler Circulation Manager Wnlluam Pelrce Advertlsmg Committee Joel Rappeport Snmon George Howard Karlsberg James Hunt Bruce Nnghtungale Circulation Committee Maureen Bosteel Lawrence Lyons James Schwenk Photography Peter Grngg Charles Bennett Duane Lear Chairman Brenda Newson Davld Shapiro Marcia Reed Robert Hunt Joseph Greene Susann Hayes Actrvltres Deborah Pavan r James Parish Edttor Deborah Pavan Assistant Carolyn Hardy Typist Phyllls Frogel Irene Zalon Assistant Secretary Susan Wheatley Assistant to the Edrtor Nancy Hayes Ed1tormCh:ef Edward Douglas Rose Personals Boys Sports Girls Sports Coordinator .W 1 l xr I gf ig! Q, y Av 1 if his . i ' .17 N5 v tx I g Q- - ssss , - ' ' LS Calendar 7 ,,,,a, ,, , ml,,Valerie Peacock X -------fn ---W l . 1. . . l 1 , ' ' 'iiluly . , 'vaaaaaaaaaaaa--aaaa - aaaaa -H a'f'- rw ssss ssssssss s sssss s ssss C .M A ., uasaaaa ifflfifillffffP'PW ' , l ' , A A ll STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Councll servung as a llanson between the student body and the faculty and as a co ordu nator of many actnvntues has had a very successful year The Councul has along with Its perennval Farnuly Day Panel Morgan Me morual Drnve and College Day partnclpatlon presented a dance conducted chap els and helped with the West Pount Glee Club Con cert The oftlcers thus year are Joel Rappeport Pres: dent Joseph Green Vlce President Juduth Olson Secretary and Wlllnarn Peirce Treasurer Furst row B Newson W Penrce J Olson J Greene J Rappeport D Lear K Dwan Second row B Elder F Costanza C Bennett M Rappeport C Benson S Kmght Mrss Osgood 1 1 ' 1 I . 1 1 I . 1 I . 1 1 1 1 1 , . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,.,.. :. 1- 1- 1- 1- 111 - t 2 I . - 1 2. ,. ,, ,., :, 1. 1-1 .,. . The Thayer Tlmes made nts bow nn September wuth a cornplurnentary lssue dns tributed on the opening day of school Shortly att rwards It xnaugurated a subscnptnon drnve with highly gratifying results The staff under the guld ance of Mrs Edith Mttchell has endeavored throughout the year to stnrnulate a strong school splrtt and to keep pace with all actuvntles THAYER TIMES First row P Frogel Mrs Mitchell J Parish M Read Second row B Nughtmgale S Wheatley D Lear C Noblll A Zldes G.A.A. Faye Davis, Martha Reardon, Margot Johnson, Debbie Keith, Barbara Connell. TH ETA ALPHA 2 Y . , I A .lfwv 'P V ,x..wf:Tr,T,.L i ximgd G If YL' If Y First row V Peacock P Barrett M Lipman B Ellis J Bennett S Poole A Cheney M Bosteel F Davis J Olson S Hayes N Hayes Second row B Hall J Moore E Nelson C Hardy H Hopkins C Darker A Douglass B Newson C Ray M Johnson J Pearl C Nobili Third row J George E Fay B. Connell, S. Wheatley, D. Lear, P. Frogel, J. Epstein. F urth row: D. Pavan, D. Keith, l. Za n, . Kramer, M. Reed, J. McKinney, A. Volpe. 1' I vx in .L x 7 wfbwtv 1 46 ,,:,,w.- -f F." f B vw, 11 4 ' 4 .1 f wif? ff L- 5' ,. V :XMI Q? :WW .., I V Q f , 1 nt J GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ' . fl:-11 6 1? First row: Mrs. Thayer, D. Pavan, B. Connell, V. Peacock, B. Stone, B. Paulsen, J. Bennett, C. Dwan, M. Masefield, J. Dahlbom, D, Anderson, E. Slate. Second row: A, Derby, C. Fraser, S. Tashiian, S. Barrett, S. Scott, K. DiNatale, S. Philippart, S. Knight, A. Volpe, A. Douglass, M. Johnson, G. Wilkinson. Third row: S. Davis, D. Baker, C. Glass, B. Hall, V. Spenser, J. Anthony, E. Fay, S. Wheatley, D. Keith, S. Marsh, M. Bosteel, J. Pearl, A. Cheney. Fourth row: E, Kramer, M. Read, C. Benson, K. Mullen, S. Churchill, C. Ray, S. Poole, M. Reardon, J. Olson, B. Newson, N. Hayes, S. Hayes, C. Nobili, J. George. CHAPEL CHOIR ff"- First row: S. Poole, M. Reardon. S. Wheatley, D. Keith. Second row: M. Read, A. Cheney, S. Marsh, V. Spenser, J. Pearl. Third row: B. Hall, M. Johnson, B. Connell, C. Glass, S. Davis. Fourth row: S. Hayes, N. Hayes, B. Newson, S. Churchill. BOYS GLEE CLU B I Fnrst row E Mllbery C Castleman B Sterguos R Barley J Hunt T Morse W Thayer E Lemon A Txano Second row B Pame J Curtns J Schwenck E Hall P Grlgg J Rappeport J Tusdale D Larknn R Hunt F Carson Thnrd row J Greene S Hoyt E Collagan B Elder J Davus L Lyons P Baron: R Sheehy L Grant N Sayce Fourth row B Marden R Talbot E Rose R Chatfleld D Donovan J Dowd W Brown R Cutler BOYS SPECIAL GROUP L, Left to rnght J Tnsdale B Elder B Sterguos J Rappeport B Marden A Dornon R Cutler D Donovan J Dowd P Gngg E Collagan J Greene R Chatfleld W Thayer D Larkm At pnano E Rose I 'r ' - ' , v . - , , J ' K I .. l X L I L .45 'V V ,I '4 U 4 7 se ffl gel 'lx l D W f' 2- ' f s 1 - , , r ' :.',. ,. ',.',. ,. ,. ,. ,. - 2- f- 1- ,-,- ,- ,- ,- , .,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,- ,- - 2- ,- ,- f- -- ,- , . ,. . I l t - ,. ,. A,. ,- 1- 1- f- 1 - 1- f- f- 1- 1- rf ' I- ' FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB , - 2 if 'f E yi Y 1 , 4 gg Q ffl? f f' 11? lxfll-bali ' First row: J. Fraser, M. Ciani, J. O'Connell, D. Lof1us, C. Daley, N. Beaton, P. Wesion, J. Gheni. Second row: B. Stein, C. Tweed, L. Irving, J. Collins, D. Avnet, J. Sager, D. Perrow, S. Thayer, N. DiNafale, M. Rappepon, D. Drollet. Third row: E, Berger, G. Dunn, P. Nelson, K. Kvaraceus, H. Faunce. Founh row: C. Tower, R. Levin, J. McCusker, D. Nelson, Mr. Horne. SOPHOMORE GLEE CLUB -UW First row: J. Grossman, A. Driscoll, L. Claff, S. Thibodeau, M, Countway, l. Howe, M. McCrillis, C. Daley S. Rose, M. Porteus. Second row: M. Tinney, G. Niles, G, VanRaal1e, L. VanRaal1e, J. Furbush, K. Dwan N. Millen, R. Ossen. Third row. Mr. Horne, M. Dixon, C. Beniamin, M. Burke, A. Killelea, J. DiBona, P Whitcher, S. Donner. ,A 7 X 1 f 5' 4 3 I W 7 ORCHESTRA - F'-ll s.. 'mvwuug Flrst row C Tweed L Yaffe C Hardy B Sterglos N Rent R Sloane E Lemon W Tweed B Fenton J Parnsh Second row D Kundsln C Davis E Rubun R Benson W Thayer B Elder L Rothman C Darker E Gale Thlrd row D Allard A Douglass A Hurst R Talbot R Hunt N Sayce P Volpe H Karlsberg C Nnchols B Marden M Reardon J Gold The orchestra, under the durectnon of Mr Allan Eva was en Iarged thus year and played an umportant part In the school actlvu tres The group enlnvened pre game football rallies and added enloyment to several Monday morning chapels wuth nts repertoure of tradrtuonal band music and various popular songs ART APPRECIATION First row: M, Masefield, J. McKinney, M. Read, J. George, R. Herrick, G. Smeltzer. Second row: J. Parish, D. Howard, S, George, D. Brooks, J. Cunningham. kg M During the year, the Art Appreciation Group viewed illustrated lectures on Europe given by Miss Barbara Wriston of the Museum of Fine Arts, as well as many colored movies on the techniques of art. Mrs. Pennock, skillful director of the art program, aims at giving the group a deeper understanding of art and its history. -: W 2 El . MECHANICAL DRAWING l l First row A Hurst I. Grant Second row J Tisdale S George J McGowan H Grieves Mrs. Pennock, in her mechanical art program, taught the class the basic and advanced fundamentals as well as affording them practical application in this field of art. ART CLUB S 3, L-.,f, ur-i First row: M. Read, D. Anderson, K. Dwan, J. DiBona, M. Dixon, R. Herrick, J. George, G. Smeltzer, B Rubenstein, H. Hopkins. Second row: J. McKinney, H. Faunce, J. Merrill, P. Etsten, R. Abbot, K. DiNatale S. Marlowe, C. Dwan, J. Jacobson, B. Beers, B. Hill, J. Parish, C. Benson, F. Davis, V. Spenser, M. Ciani, N DiNatale, D. Perrow, P. Nelson, S. Thayer, Mrs. Pennock. Third row: W. Tweed, E. Swartz, C. Weyerhauser R. Sheehy, T. Lyons, D. Howard, D. Brooks, L. Ludlow, N. Ross, J. Hays. The Art Club has this year produced exceptionally fine work in ceramics, jew- elry, oil paintings, water colors, and silk screen work. Throughout the year, stu- dents contributed to school projects, making posters and decorations. The culmina- tion of their year's work was the Annual Art Chapel and Exhibition held in April. .L ld ff 31,53 f? ,M I ,"".,,JP" 'f f Z- ff f f- :qi C14 2-r f'N V S y S Z x A fr f! Q! N W2 K Wm H ,Q A- X mfg! J -F 5 1 W QQ. A :ff , New xv ' af- ...aa 1 5, SXLXXXA62 f . V' Must be watching a 'J 'ed I !! vim.. f f l What was he like? Six handed at that Students?? How many times . .. .Wu CUM LAUDE Z K The Cum Laude Society IS a natnonal secondary school honor organlza tnon of which Thayer has been a member snnce 1930 To be selected tor Cum Laude IS one of the greatest honors a Thayer student can achieve Members are chosen for hugh academic standing as well as for par tnclpatuon and Interest In school actnvltles At the annual Cum Laude Chapel held an May these students receive their certrtucates and become otflclal members of thus society GRACE LOUISE BURKE On November flrst after the earlrest sectnons of our book had gone to press Mass Grace Burke a member of the Thayer teaching staff for affection her friendly fun lovlng sprrlt and are grateful for her patlent and devoted help an mathematics history and languages Served Thayer Academy from 1921 to l957 I thirty-six years, retired. Her many former students remember, with HlGH HONORS Charles Castleman Lawrence Lyons Wtlluam Petrce Joel Rappeport Robert Batley Llnda Clatt Carolyn Ford Frank Newman Robert Sloane Stewart Blomqunst Harrret Faunce Geoffrey Hays Claire Kvaraceus HONOR ROLL First Semester January 1957 Seniors Juniors Sophornores Freshmen Barry Fenttn Herbert Grleyes Peter Grtgg Carolyn Hardy Nancy Hayes Susann Hayes Rtchard Nelson Rtchard Benson Lynne Blomqulst Susan Churchill Fredertck Costanza Allce Derby Bruce Elder John Fteld Susan Frutz Eltnor Gale Jonathan Gold Andrew Bergeron Marilyn Countway Sally Donner Fredertck Hnnchltffe Mary Clan: Jay Coffman Chnstopher Davrs Charles DeSantls Deborah Drollett James Glover Edward Green James Howell Dennts Kundstn Ronald Klay Rlchard Levtn HONORS James Parish Deborah Pavan Marcia Read Edward Rose Davld Shaptro John Westerbeke Susan Wheatley Daytd Karp Kathleen Malley Mark Mtchelman Earle Mllbery Suzanne Phlllppart Martha Reardon Leonard Rothman Barbara Stone Linda Yatfe Charles Pratt Nancy Rent Suzanne Thubodeau Adria Loftus Davsd Nelson Wllltam Nugent Muriel Rappeport Wtlltam Ravreby Daniel Reardon Bonnie Rubenstein Andrea Sandman Stephen Talbot Susann Thayer Pamela Weston ' Eleanor Slate Fred Abbe Dave Albro Barbue Allen Ed Ambrose Skup Andrews Judy Benson Paula Blackmur Dave Booth Martha Bowe Joel Brest Marlen Brooks Judy Bryant Bull Bunnell Pete Burnham Jack Carnes Carolyn Casady Duck Chapman Jon Cherubunu Pat Chubbuck Pete Clarke Sue Coffman Bull Colton Dave Connor Jum Cunnungham Judue Daley Nancylane Darlung Brewster Davus Sally Davus Steve Derby Jerry DuBona Maureen Druscoll Judy Dunbar Charlue Dyke Harruet Edelsteun Duck Edwards George Fletcher Paul Geddes Aluson Gibson Barbue Gramstorff Ruchard B Greren Ruchard W Green Lubby Hamulton Betty Hanley Thurston Hartford John Herbert Tucky Holden CLASS OF T956 Dartmouth New Hampton Brudgewater Vullanova Hamulton Mary Washungton Oberlun Centenary Jr Brown Colby Jr Wellesley Colby Mass Col Pharm Mt Holyoke Cornell Harvard EnducottJr Norwuch Skudmore U of Mass Norwuch Tufts B C Nursung U of lllunous Colby U of Rhode Island Wesleyan Harvard Framungham Lase l Jr Calufornua Tech Vassar Norwuch U S Navy U of Mass Wheelock Mt Ida Jr U of Mass Parsons Desugn Skudmore Cornell Harvard Colby Jr Sandy Hopkuns Trotter Hurst Marylun Hyatt Jane lmper Bob Johnson Cundy Johnson W Davud Johnson Melussa Knutson Ed Koplovsky Cyn Lane Sue Loftus Duck Long Judy MacDonald Ken Madden Nancy Mahoney Bob Marlowe Maureen McCarthy Vucky Mondell Art Monson Bob Morrus Bull Murray Jon Noren Marcua Newson Cornelua Ockers Duck Ossen Jurn Pennypacker Janue Ruchmond Bull Robertson Ruth Satz Duck Schultz Bull Schwenk Dean Shafer Bull Shaheen Chrus Smuth Joan Solomon Duck Sulluvan Jonu Summerfueld Pete Talbot Brad Tute Jack Walkey Gunue Westman Carol Whute Paul Whute Beverly Wulder Al Zaff Carl Zelunsky Gretchen Zottolu Colby Jr Knox Lase l Jr Wellesley Northeastern Colby Jr U of Vermont Enducott Jr Mass Col Phar Hood Connectucut Norwuch Smuth Brown Manhattanvulle Norwuch Radcluffe Mass Marutume Coast Guard Academy Northeastern Colby Jr U of Vermont Dartmouth Leland Powers Hobart U of Muamu Norwuch U of Penn Randolph Macon Mass Col Phar Green Mt Jr U of Penn Harvard R l Des gn Syracuse U of Mass Wulson Museum of Fune Arts Wesleyan Aur Age School B U N E Baptust Hosp I ' ' I . B. U. L ' l ' , ' B. U. ' ' ' ' B. C. ' ' B. U. ' ' - ' ' ' M. I. T. Pat Davis N. E. Peabody Hosp. Dave Ries Harvard l . L 1 ' ' R. P. l. ' . B. U. . . B. U. NAME John Aldruch Andy Anderson Phul Baronu Pat Barrett Janue Bennett Mau Bosteel Fred Carson Charlue Castleman Bob Chattueld Anne Cheney Ted Collagan Barb Connell Joe Cunnungham Jum Curtus Rob Cutler Carol Dauker Faye Davus John Davus Danny Donovan Art Dorton Ann Douglass Joe Dowd Dave Elluot Judy Epsteun Eddue Fay Barry Fentun Dave Futzgerald Scott Fraser Phyl Frogel Joyce George Sumon George George Glover Louue Grant Joe Greene Herb Grueves Pete Grugg Brenda Hall Carrue Hardy Nancy Hayes Sue Hayes Hoppy Hopkuns Stu Hoyt Jum Hunt Bob Hunt Al Hurst Marg Johnson Howue Karlsberg Debby Keuth Pete Kullelea Evue Kramer EXPRESSION I don t know Mother' God help us Grow up Don t panuc I don t know what to oI I dusagree I I You re wacky Snutt Chung Get lost' G eat I I I Id ot I I You re a beauty Waut a munute What a doozerl Its all rughtI Don t know do y Dud you hear the one Don t be toolush Oh please dont Ya don t say I don t know No ut s a mustake What s your problem ReaIlyII Forget ut wull you'P So true Hate to say anythung u Oh great Come on I don t understand I can t handle ut Sure Dave How many tumes around And there you were agaun Naturally And there you are Are you all rugI'1t7 But but but JoeI Nuts' Are you crazy? 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C est la vueI YoaahI Great' basuc PET PEEVE Homework Squantum Ford 6 Fortune tellers False personalutues Teel s steak Round shouldered gurls Long haured vuolunusts Solud Wuld boys Fords Elvus Presley ue Sunday druvers Car tor double dates Traun rudes Takung the bus Judy Matchung skurts an kneesocks Slow druvers Homework Gossup Women druvers Late people Elvus Presley Slow druvers Rock and roll Women druvers Peanut Butter Gettung up Cars faster than mune Mental Halutosus Fog at the druve un 3A Poluce traps Freshmen Lousy lokes Red wuth punk Snobs Uncolleguate people Blushung So Brauntree statuon Smashed up Fords Nosy Mothers Lunda s parkung space Joe Uncolleguate people N E weather Duetung No Iucense Exercuses un gym AMBITION Aldruch s store Succeed Get Ruch Teacher Conn College Regus College Chemust Rest Broadcaster Aurlune Hostess Enguneer Get to school early Reture Mulluonare s u College Occu Therapust Clean gutters Doctor All I wa nt College Chemust V M I Nurse Nursery school Doctor College College I guve up Model Enguneer Enguneer Annapolus Get home on tume Enguneer Graduatuon Travel Travel Wellesley Wellesley Undecuded Somewhere un lute Make wuth others Bowdoun U C L A Vassar Wush I knew Nurse Undecuded Cape Corrasertor ' ' l ! ! ! ll Il ' ' d . ' ' r . . . ' ' i . . S ' . . I I' ., h ,, ' ' , ou '? . . . d . . . '? Barbie Ellis Most unhaPPY Early-birds ChiIdren's care b t . . . . . . ? , . .. NAME Dave Larknn Duane Lear Eddne Lemon Marcla Llpman Duck Lyons Larry Lyons Terry Lyons Sally Marsh Dave McGlone Judy McKinney Jenney Moore Bob Murphy Beth Nelson Duck Nelson Bren Newson Bruce Nsghtrngale Carla Noblll Porky O Connell Judy Olson Steve Ormsby Bob Pame Don Palmer Debble Pavan Val Peacock Jo Pearl Bull Perrce Sandy Poole Nat Puffer Joel Rappeport Candy Ray Marcla Read Eddue Rose Kevnn Rourke Herb Sarklslan Norm Sayce Dave Schofield Jem Schwenk Dave Shapiro Rlchne Sheehy Tom Sherman Tony Tlano Jon Tlsdale Don Tomulson Ann Volpe Jack Westerbeke Sue Wheatley Renle Zalon Al Zndes EXPRESSION What s the story here'P What are you gonng to Q? 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' ' H3 . l l J g ' h . ' l I ' . . .? - n' . l H . . . ' l Jim Parish C'est la vie Not enough time G0 5bfO3Cl P . N V yflvw Mr. I :Eu I s W4 if '1' uv .fx ,gk xg....'1 L ...fr Kuff' hwfpwyki mi Y 'Vs Kr 9- x --Fr 'Hr 1 G 1 1. 9' bA ,-' 'S Q' ,ea 11197 Q-.1 4 mx: ...-... L1-:I"'r 1-L -1 I Cf-L..L 4 Lll. I di-5.2 jA6-Lge? .S?lflC!el'lt1f GO FORMAL 3,16 WAY FRESHMEN' sophomores! dmwfzdl SENIORSV CLASS LEADERS RENT THEIR FORMAL WEAR -vw--59, O X s h Soda Tuxfoo SHOP F rmal Wearf Every Formal Oceans on 'I7 Quincy Avenue Quincy Moss GR anne 2 6510 0 7 J. O I U I .. . ff" ' - - f' .3 :fix . . 5 . lg.. IW, . - :I ',., ,QR ' xx Q 5 YZ., A 555 5.45: RAA A E, 2 'Q if C 'E'- 'liT,51l,ffEiz A 13.595 lf l-"K we V -..- . ll K- 115.3 :I+ -V 3 1' ,si Q-2, Rate high with y ur' date Q by looking distinguished in 33 4 !.f,..-M' 1, ,y your fommal attire-correct '24 X- ' ,.,.,., ,-"- I 'I :fs 23. SQ in every de nil because L vjrj iz t if you rented it from us. It' my ' ".,. V 'i :suv economical, too . . . V2 you'll save enoug to send your favorite girl an ' elegant cbrsage. . 1 o or i I ' I I . . - TEEN AGERS FASHION HEADQUARTERS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Qflflwlf S APPAREL! 0 U QC Q Balfour Company ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges Class Rmgs and Pms Commencement Invltatlons Dxplomas Personal Cards Club Insignia Medals Sl Trophies Represented by Gene Manchester Attleboro Office 0 I u aa 7 HIIIIIH EHIIVIII ff Www Mary S+uar'r Burke I247 HANCOCK STREET OUINCY MASSACHUSETTS DODGE b R + POMPEO MOTORS INC I CacIuIlac Oldsmobile GRANITE MOTOR SALES, INC 666 SQUTHERN ARTERY QUINCY YOUR FRIENDLY DODGE DEALER PR 3 7300 3l0 WASHINGTON STREET QUINCY 69 MASS MA 9 6700 Sales and Servlce Besf Wishes From CompIlmen'I's of Ihe THE soun-I SHORE Adams SI'ree+ Oumcy Comphmenfs of SHIPS HAVEN RESTAURANT AND FOOD SHOP I 237 Hancock Sfreef Quincy I "Jo - a ed" TRUCKS ' ' I g + f 57 NIGHTINGALE COAL AND OIL COMPANY QUINCY Telephone Pr 3 l270 G og W W Ng Con ralulalions lo he Class o I9 From 20 Easl Penn Sfreel e r e . and Charles . i hlingale Conhnued Success +o +l1e Class of I957 E J ROSE AND SON, INC BRAINTREE MASSACHUSETTS Telephone Vlc+or 3 Ol I4 General Contractors and General Manager 84290 OUINCY ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS Office and Works Corner C and Wes+ Flrsf Sfreefs Soufh Bosfon 27, Massachuseffs CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I957 S. A. George, Presiclehf Telephones: Andrew 8-4289 compzfmem of the BAR GAIN CENTER Compliments of MR AND MRS LEON BOSTEEL REV AND MRS MR AND MRS GEORGE E KEITH DOUGLAS SPARKS Compnmenh of C grafulafions 'ro +he Class of I957 t the CI s of 1957 DR AND MRS REUBEN H FROGEL Congratulations and Best Wishes o a s B z W h QUINCYS msufou cznm HEADQUARTERS FOR TEENS AND JUNIORS es is es to the class of '57 I Y JOHN L. RAY OIL COMPANY Re Refmers and Supplrers Lubrlcahng Olls Diesel-Gas Engme-Car Journal I50 U SOUTH BRAINTREE MASSACHUSETTS For Glass and Mirrors for All Purposes ee JOHN H SETTLES CO y I1 seHs I9b WASHINGTON ST Ma 94400 WESTLAND S SPORTING GOODS Equlpmeni' for Every Spori' II REVERE ROAD OUINCY OLD COLONY LAUNDERERS AND ZORIC PROCESS CLEANSERS S Oumcy Tel Pr 3 5000 FORRESTI NEAL JR I 30 Vu 3-4250 BRAINTREE TELEVISION AND APPLIANCE CO Sales and Service I7 H S+ h 85 Complumenfs of Ihe THAYER TIMES TEL VI 3 566 PAYNES COLOR MART Wallpaper Pami' CompIlmen'I's of PALMER Renfal Equlpmenf PLUMBING AND HEATING 38C I Wy +hLcIg EBI Wllluam L Palmer . . . S nion Sheet? Ouinc , Massac u I . I00 Ouincy Avenue 37 Temple I'ree'I Class o I9 l I Andrew J. BardeH'i Prop. ancock ree'I Souf Brainfree , Mass. . -I I . A+ ommercial S . e mou an in . rain ree Best Wishes Your Class Photographer Zhe a4rmancl Studio We dream sometlmes that we could do much better with our Ilfe lf we really trled, ond as o matter of fact we could " So +o all fhe graduahng class of I957 when you hnf +he highway of lrfe wnlh your flrsl' sfep fry +o a long road ahead We wlsh you every success possible during 'l'hls march of hme Uhr mvlrh Glnmpang l ur Shoppz q Cenlrr SCITUATE HARBOR ll ' do fhe very besl you can 'From l'he s'lar'r, for i+'s 'o L' '11, ', R E COBB HARDWARE CO B P S Pamis and Supplies Our Hardware Gives Hard Wear EDgewa+er 50038 25 Washmgfon Sq Free Dellvery Service Weymou'I'h Mass COUQFBIUIBIIODS +0 fhe 57 Class MODERN FORMAL SHOP I639 Hancock Sfreef Quincy Massachusefis Formal for Every Occaslon Congrafulahons 57ers From MERLES RECORD RACK I3 Washmglon S+ree'I Weymou+h Landmg Mass EDgewaI'er 5 0808 HI Fl Phonographs-Albums-Need es Cosfume Jewelry Hallmarlr Cards Guffs Congra+ulahons +o Ihe Class of I957 BARILE PLUMBING COMPANY -'mums addr. MOREY PEARL The Only Eahng House of Hs Kmd In New England Soufhern Ar'rery umcy MassachuseH's Telephone GR 2 I900 ax COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Wm Ho e B, Sa H Y ed Membe f h T leg ph Del ey Assoc fo Home Address I4 Macy Sfreef 94 Wash ngfon Sfreef LeRoy ouns v e Qu ncy 9 555 ll I ll - C O . . ' ' I I I , . .- . I .nw . , I .J , . ir K 1 on Q ' . ' .1 SGY If 5 w rs, u Wifh Ours Bond r o I e Florisls' e ra iv r ia i n I I L. R e an a 6 , M , MARTIN'S Cvmplimf-MS of RELIGIOUS AND GIFT STORE HKGH CORNER "Opposi'Ie RemicII's" Charcoal Broiled Snaclcery Compleie Line 57' 5ou+hem Amery I5I8 Hancock S+ree+ of Religious Quincy, Mass. Arficles Quincy, MassacI'Iuse+'fs and Giffg IINIIIIIIIIS SIPIIIIIUE, INC. Main 7464-tdpoulalian 48 Lindsey S+' Complimenfs of N w B df d, M . .ieleplionzr 5-74335 THE MAYFLOWER DINER I43I Bedford 589 No. Broadway No. Abing+on, Mass. Easf Providence, R. I. Telephone AN. 8-4370 Telephone EA I-4978 MAYHOWM 94209 for AII Occasions CompIImen+S of BARBOUR WELTING COMPANY BRocKToN MASSACHUSETTS MANUFACTURERS OF STORMWELT THE LEATHER STRIP THAT STYLES AS IT WEATHER STRIPS THE NATIONS FINEST SHOES CHARLES G JORDAN CompIImen+s of General Insurance CROUT S BlKE SHCP Consulf us on your Fire LIabIII+y Au'Io and all 58 un-,CY Avenue Insurance problems Wlil'lOUl'0bllgaI'l0I'1 Oumcy MassacI'IuseH's I5 Froni' SI' WeymouI'I1 WE 90427 BR 203I8 , I 5,,, ff If . '!' E f . T i ,A Q 1 'Q 1 J IX PW . , F' f 5. V Ll 2 I52Ol Telephones LI 2 66 S VGLPE 81 CO, INC I85 Devonshire Sfreei' BCSTCN I0 MASS S Volpe Pres Rooms 320 324 - - -I7 Engineers and Contractors PRESIDENT CHEVROLET INC I CHEVROLET? Srh A y P d+3 O IN THE CITY OF PRESIDENTS ITS PRESIDENT CHEVROLET George Reardon Class of I935 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I957 From Uhr Svtuilvnt Glnunnl QDf Efhagvr 2-Xrahvmg Om men S 0 +I1e G. A. A. Congrafulahons fo +he Class of I957 QUINCY MOTOR CO Soufh Shores Oldesf and Largesi' Ford Dealer rumk 45's 5-'r 85 umcy Ave umcy Mass 3 6500 Compllmenfs f WALDECKERS GREENHOUSES 37 Sampson Ave Bramfree Telephone Vu 3 0063 Besl' Wishes From BREWERS CORNER PHARMACY Bull Shulfz SMILEYS PHARMACY Brann+ree Massachuseifs The Affer School Hangoul' Compllmen+s of TEXACO SERVICE STATION 68l Washmgfon Sf Bramlree Complumenfs of DR. AND MRS IRVING KARLSBERG Besl' Wushes fo fhe Class of 57 NILES REAL ESTATE Bralnfree T T, T l Q ' -. Q ' . - PR - . O . " - " ll! ' -- I Internatlonally Famous f r FINE F0 OD VERY BEST WISHES OPEN YEAR ROUND Weymou+h O OHICI Lili lllC1Cy Hmgham 577 Nor-H1 Sheef BRAINTREE 2628 Whlhng S+ree+ 'I72I WASHINGTON STREET REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ED 5 5I00 VI 3 3459 H: 6-3347 Congra+uIahons +o I'I'1e Class of 57 W .I CONNELL COMPANY CI! iff! - . fm. M1 fwamfm fm QUSGYILGLQQ. AXA The Perfeci GRADUATION GMI" CUTLER BUICK INC Sales Servlce II5 RIPLEY ROAD COHASSET COIIBSSGI 4 I244 HENRY B CUTLER THAYER CLASS OF l926 Coming Up' Tuxedos for Hare S9 OUP Have Fun Group Go Formal Ren al Plan For Informahon Phone LI 2 7930 READ 8: WHITE III Summer SI'reeI Bosfon READ wmrg GR 2 420 OUINCY GLASS COMPANY Glass and Glazing of Every Descrlphon I39 Washlngfon S+ Quincy 69 Mass Complnmenis of REGISTRY SERVICE STATION Across From 'II1e Reglsiry of Mo+or VeI'ncIes Hancock Sfreei Oumcy Tel PResuden+ 3 2566 BOBS AUTO TOP INC Cus+om Made Seai Covers Spor'r Tops a SpecnaI+y General Aufo Upholsiery I84 Washmgfon SIree'I R0ber+ Buchanan Quincy 69 Mass Sam COWIIHQ Complumenfs of THAYER PHARMACY Bramfree. MassacI'1useHs WINERS HARDWARE STORES Cham Hardware S+ores Devoe Pann+s and Ku+cI1enware So Brann+ree Z QI lI I , bf , . ' . PROM... - - Yi' . -I - u II T + fa . .. . Cwx OUINCY CONSERVATORY Sou'rI1 Shore Headquariers 'For Muslc Dancmg Skahng SuppIles 7 Fosfer S+ree+ umcy MassacI'1useHs Ann Babcock MILTON ANTIQUE SHOP Rare and Unusual Gaffs 460 Grande Avenue Eas'I' Mllfon Square Telephone Bl 86660 Ins+ead of Chasln Come Io JASON S Luggage and Musuc Shop I5I4 Hancock S+ree+ Tel PR 32089 e GRann+e 266I0 QUINCY MUSIC Everyfhnng IH Music Soufh Shores Largesf Record Sfore 20 Cofiage Avenue QI-"nCY M555 umcy 69 Mass Compliments of M Il LLAFF Sz SUNS. Inv RANDOLPH AND BROCKTON MASS C Lloyd Claff I9I4 Chesrer E Claff I9I7 LesIle A Claff I922 Warren L Claff I929 GRANITE CITY HARDWARE Pamfs Builders Hardware--Plumbmg Supplies Tel Ma 954545 Free DeIlvery MERLE HAZELTON S CITIES SERVICE STATION B + . M h 1+ new Hancock S+ree+ 'am 'ee 'mac use S Quincy, Massachusefis Q' . ' T I. ' . I ' - O' . - W T1 I1 I l ,ff ffl!!! T umuvu WLASUNPUM Hmmm ' FT + W will W 1357 HANCOCK STREET QUINCY SQUARE CAIN'S A Dmzng Tradztzon For After The Prom ROUTE 3A . . . NORTH WEYMOUTH T49 T ' XE , ffi f ' IS - JJ ,15 1 .,..... 1- 1 1' -N ' ! T , G Tw W: "". -- li W WV ' fx fi!" I M K LIEK Val A' V T ,-A X X XX -PP X T- U WT T M X x :Ki gy Vi' if , U, A QQ XX-x wil M T ,,.,E:+,,,i Wy W M "7'l1ff1J00rfcay lo ljflllffliflfln Y g Q O O FCDRE RIVER MCJTOR, INC 4I8 Quincy Avenue Quincy Mass Phone MAyflower 92200 South Shores Oldest and Largest Lmcoln Mercury Dealer Sales and Servlce Congratulations to the Class of l957 From EDWARD T. DWYER Contracting Corporation EAST BRAINTREE MASSACHUSETTS T: X? , BEST WISHFS TO THE CLASS OF 1957 Dc and 77614 glad? 2 COMPLIMENTS OF Dm and 77624 honed 7706254 Df-a4nd776w gdfv04ftd?6Mf6W COMPLIMENTS OF Dm. and 7704 ?'zed 14 pwucd CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957 QONGRA1 ULATIONS TO THF C LASS OF 1957 De and 77624 Wax D Stew BFST XVISHFS FROM Dm and 776:41 .feelce Wan 244612 COINGRATLLATIONS TO THF CLASS OF 1957 Dm and 776:41 Qfzed fi" COMPLIMINTS O1 Dm mm! ww yea., m 1 1 , ' . 4 1 1 1 Y V T 4 5 1 I 1 1 , . 1 1 4' 5 A 3: . 1 ,, , ' H f Q, X if y ,Q V - A Wiilff- " 4, 7 2 ' 'A' Q K Q KWH 1 ' .- C K 2' if . Q , L- , gal. v f ' Q -f ' 5 ' . ' X 'rg' ' . b - , s, , . 4 l A I ,I A - ra ' f - 1 L 9 An.- ,Qz ,JI ,-L1-fd J v ff ... n " ln In fx..1 . Q-Ti 94 -g -no-e-...vw---......... ,AE f I Z' ,5 na 1. i fm ff Alf' N 'A , QR .W Rx is fs' Q , , Q R CLARK AND SMITH INC General Contractors QUINCY MASS COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Besf Wishes +o +I'1e Class of I957 , . BRAYTON WILSON COLF IRON E. STEEL WORK OVIDIO D CHIESA Pres I30 Magazme S+ree'r BERTHA G FREDERICKS Treas Bosion I9 Mass KAWJHW 046 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Brlclal Wear Dayhme Dresses Evenmg Gowns Accessories I246 HANCOCK STREET OUINCY Wrllarcl Bes+ Wrslnes 'Io 'Ihe Class of I957 INDUSTRIAL HEAT TREATING INC uallfy Tool Dre and Producf on Harclenlng ALUMINUM BRONZE MAGNESIUM STEEL M Davis 22 26 Densmore S+ree+ N ulncy 7l Mass Tel MAyflower 9 30I0 CONNER MOTOR CO., INC. I78 I80 Wasl'1ing'Ion S+ree+ BRAINTREE 84, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone Vi 3 3633 ,.,- ,f 34 L11 1 it , 1 J I I rl Q - I - i - rr ' L. Q' . . Compllmenfs of GARY S 6 Maple SI' OUINCY an CORAL GABLES Roufe 3A No Weymouih For Affer Your Prom Dinner DANCING I' Edg 525I7 Compllmenfs of HINGHAM OLDSMOBILE DEPENDABLE CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS CO 27 Adams SI Oumcy Mass MA 9 3395 DRIVE THRU OUR PLANT d Shri S CompIumen+s of +I1e SOPHOMORE CLASS Congra'I'uIa1'lons Io 'I'I'1e Class of I957 FRESHMAN CLASS I d Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sa urdays ' CALL OcIorIess- I Hour Cleaning - an I ervice Bonded Fur Sforage Best Wlshes From Jlnclepencfeni Nan! Brldgewater Mass anal fucking Co. Congra+ula+lons +o +l1e Class of I957 GEORGE R CHURCHILL CO INC glwa M ssa h s Q Blue Coal Q New England Coke Q Cnhes Servnce Oils Q General Elec+ruc Heahng Equlpmenl' Q General J Elec+rlc Amr Concllhoners Our 51st Year QUINCY COAL AND OIL COMPANY . ., . Hin m, a c u eHs ll ll F A I 5 . . . K xx X - . . . ll n Compliments of NICHOLAS V PAPANI GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC CO ulncy Mass COLUMBIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO BrocId'On Mass Congrafulahons To The Class of I957 1 man: ' T !"!"' "'-- A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK All DGPOSIIS Insured In FuII Under Mass Law ff! NORTON P POTTER Presuden+ THE BRAINTREE SAVINGS BANK RCBERT P GRAY T'e'm'e' + d WALLACE KELLEY Assi' Treasurer SOUTH BRAINTREE 85 MASSACHUSETTS ANDERSEN CONSTRUCTION INC Cusfom Bunlders 68 P M A FRIEND CompITmen+s of SO BRAINTREE Telephone V: 3 504I O . Q . - l , . ,.1 i',"T-- was Y - TN 1, . ,ff - -44+ "- .eq .CG fs' 'R E ,xv I r,..V .44 ,' 1 ' ' ws' ' 'M "' H IM fx 5 '1 frff? . 3- :: .. Tit: -5 2. - , -vi ,T - . - .. -.. .. i..... .... ' I .. ' ' I - " "' ' I Incorporae I870 W. T - I , . . ar venue K Congrafulahons +o Hue Class of I957 BRAINTREE COOPERATIVE BANK Servmg Ihe ReslcIen+s of BramI'ree and I'I1e Sou'I'h Shore Area WuI'I1 Their Home Fmancmg and Savings Plans Smce I889 CHINA Tm CHINESE AMERICAN: RESTAURANT C0mPImef1+S Of MR AND MRS ROBERT LEVIN P upT Ta:- nos SEA STREET Qum v MASS Compl menfs of Compl men'I's I EDDIE S DINER 382 my A enue BILL S JENNEY STATION Q my Mass Depof Courf Corner of Rouie 3 CohasSe+ Mass Congra+uIa+lons Io +I1e Class of I957 THE BRAI NTREE MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION . . . . . . . Nomowso m MA 9-52 N .' - . I C1--lfr..Ef ll-..f: ... ,.,, OPEN DA: , , , . ' ' Orders u O Q Q , FREE . I , i o I Qui v ui , . , . Congra+ula'I'lons and Besi' Wishes +o fhe Class of l957 MR AND MRS HARRY PAVAN IWWWW WWW Y-"'?'f' g JJM11 ro Ol" Olfll' 'nm UM X bifblfe MCCQJJ I mv' I., IVIV ig A L'47fm,5m,, I VX U""'v1m-v,,:' ' w . ,,, .':'.: Rf U . Q 7-cy,JJ5Q"u I 4,fff"', 1 ' 1 .X ,,j3.L,, k. '14 1 , R U,j4W!WvQ.w:,. 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