Wachusett Regional High School - Wachusett Yearbook (Holden, MA)

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BEAMAN MEMORIAL PUBLIC LIBRARY WEST BOYL8TON, MA88. WACHUSETT REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL • HOLDEN «MASS. https: archive.org details wachusettregiona1955unse ' ' Zhe purpose of our yearbook , WA C MUSS Z Z, is to record the deeds of the young men and women who have embodied the youthful spirit of our school. ” In ike years to come, may tkis record of ike friends we knew and tke tilings we did keep alive tke ckerisked memories of onr days as memkers of tke first class to t e graduated from tke W acknsett Regional Oigk SckooL Dedication Administration and Faculty Senior Class Officers The Senior Class of Nineteen Fifty-five Senior " Who ' s Who " Senior Class Will Senior Class Prophecy Underclass Officers Activities Athletics Acknowledgments Advertisements I - No tusk, no matter how great, run he accomplished through the sole efforts of one man. And yet , in a large measure , the success of this , he first year of the Wachusett Regional High School is due to one person , who dedicated himself to achieving this success. It is with this thought in mind — that of a dedicated man giving himself in a successful effort to coordinate the many facets of the first regional high school in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts — that we , the initial graduating class of the Wachusett Regional High School do hnmhly dedicate our first annual to Mr. Gordon M. Thomas , one principal. His genuine spirit of helpfulness , his wholehearted cooperation , his sound counsel — all these qualities hare guided us to the climax of our secondary school days. Our education — social and academic — has meant much to us all. How fortunate have we been to have had Mr. Thomas as the helmsman who has steered us safely to the shores of graduation! ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM H. BUKER Superintendent of Schools GORDON M. THOMAS Principal CHARLES B. JOHNSON Assistant Principal Mr. Robert B. Barker Engl ish and Dramatics Mr. Howard C. Barre Music Mr. William A. Berry, Jr. Guidance Mrs. Alii P. Berryman Business Mr. Gregory F. Bowes Arts and Crafts Mr. Francis A. Carbone Science and Mathematics Miss Helen I. Carlin English and Social Studies Miss Margaret F. Carr Latin and French Mr. Vincent G. Carvalho Driver Education and History Mrs. Ruth L. Castendyk Physics and Mathematics Mr. John J. Connor, Jr. French and English Mrs. Frances C. Creamer Mathematics Mr. Joseph A. Daniels Science Mr. Erkki Koutonen Industrial Arts Miss Claire T. Kuninski Business Mr. Wayland Davis English Mrs. Marian F. Eames Home Economics Mr. David W. Eaton Social Studies Mr. Daniel J. Fitzgerald English and Social Studies Mr. Robert F. Flagg, Jr. Social Studies Mr. Ernest A. Frechette Latin and French Mrs. Ruhamah H. Gaw Home Economics Mrs. Helen M. Hamilton English and Social Studies Mr. P. Douglas Huntington Boys ' Physical Education Mr. R. Carroll Jones Agriculture Mr. Edmund D. Kelsey Mechanical Drawing Mr. Charles N. LaPrade Chemistry Mr. Paul J. Menard Mathematics Mrs. Jane O. Moulton Girls ' Physical Education Miss Margaret M. O ' Connor Library Mrs. Alice Q. Olson Business Mr. Waldo E. Perry Social Studies and Psychology Mr. Norman A. Rayner Industrial Arts Miss Leota E. Schoff English Mrs. Mildred H. Sears Business Mr. Richard C. Sell Biology Mr. Charles E. Shiere Business Mrs. L. Raquel Smith Spanish Mr. Martin F. White Science Mrs. Barbara A. Whiterell Nurse Mrs. Jean W. Williams English OFFICE SECRETARIES Mrs. Elsie C. Larson Miss Shirley M. Fournier Mrs. Barbara P. Duggan MANAGER OF CAFETERIA Mrs. Eleanor H. Kirby First Row, left to right: R. Castendyk, F. Creamer, J. Connor, R. Barker, H Hamilton, C Johnson, Asst. Principal: G. Thomas. Principal; W. Berry, V. Carvalho, R. Sell, E. Kou- tonen, F. Carbone, C. Jones. Second Row, left to right: A Olson, L. Schoff, M O ' Connor, C Kuninski, H. Barre, W. Perry, G Bowes, J. Daniels, N Rayner, C. LaPrade, P Menard, W. Davis, M Eames, J. Williams. Third Row, left to right: M. White, E. Frechette, C. Shiere, M. Sears, A. Berryman, D. Eaton, P. Huntington, R Flagg, D. Fitz- gerald, R. Gaw, H. Carlin, B. Whiterell, J. Moulton, M. Carr, E. Kelsey. Absent from Picture: L. Smith 1955 • SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Richard Phelps Vice-President Richard Steele Secretary Treasurer Rose DeLuca Kingsley Doe ■ v KB (Lhriitine Jl a ms “So quiet and yet so full of life.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; All-State Chorus 3; Dramatics 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Carole with her pleasant smile and affable ways is quick to make new friends and can always get along with everyone. Her future pupils will have in her a patient and understand- ing teacher. MJen £Lne _ Ma “Let thy words be few.” Rutland High School. Honor Roll 2, 3; Pro Merito 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. Helen is a shy, quiet person but not so quiet and shy when one gets to know her; there is mischief hidden in those demure eyes. Always co-operative and ready to help, she should be successful in her nursing career. Best of luck, Helen. B a vo si “She’s sunny in the dullest weather.” Major Edwards High School. Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Art Editor, Yearbook Staff 4. If at any place, at any time you should hear a multitude of good-natured giggles, you may know that Shirley’s about. A twinkling bit of devil in her eyes and a broad, friendly grin keep everyone around her good-natured. Her flair for art and ner industry have made her an asset in many class affairs. “To know her is a lasting treat.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society (Secretary) 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Monitor 4; Yearbook Editor 4. Start with a peaches and cream complexion and th e shining tresses of Delilah. Add a perfect amount of kindness, dignity, charm and poise. Spice with a sense of humor and mix well with superior athletic ability. Result? The recipe for a perfect co-ed! Ann has all the traits necessary for a medical career, which is her objective. “Conquering the world is his forte.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Society (Vice-President) 3; Baseball 3; Student Exchange Committee 3; Student Repre- sentative, Good Government Day 3; Student Representative to Boys’ State 3; Band (President) 4; Second Place Winner, State Essay Contest 4. Adjectives galore for Karl? That would be too easy! His superior scholarship is known to all, but facets of Karl’s per- sonality that are little known are his wonderful sense of humor and his skill in basketball and on the diamond. “Hiding these lights under a bushel,” unassuming Karl has been content to permit others to take the limelight. The future augurs well for Karl. 1 ean l janaj (Benoit “Happiness shines in all weather ’ Holden High School. Majorette 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Jean is always around when something has to be done. With her sparkling smile and winning personality, she is bound to make a successful secretary. B enson “Noise is not necessary for success.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3 (Manager 4) ; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Store Treasurer 4. “Jan’ ' can always be picked out of a crowd because of that ‘‘special something” she has. Pleasant and co-operative, she has won many friends. We are sure Memorial Hospital will be very proud to have her as a nurse. 2 ) avid ylnclrew B en ' ij “A happy disposition is a gift of the gods. Holden High School. Glee Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; Basketball 4. Never a dull moment with “Dave” around. His ready laugh and quiet wit are welcome in any crowd. We’re sure “Dave” will have no trouble in whatever field he may enter. “Skillful in each manly sport.” Major Edwards High School. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; School Paper 3. He has blond hair, mischievous blue eyes, and a handsome physique. In addition to these assets he is an athlete supreme. His accomplishments on the basketball floor have made us all sit up and take notice. “Ronnie” is also an indispensable merrymaker at parties — always ready with the latest joke. “Whatever she does is done with ease.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 4; Typist for Coach 4. Every class should include some people like “Jo” — reliable, persistent, always to be counted on. Barbara never fails to get things done and to get them done well. Such qualities will be much appreciated in a secretary. “Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow ye die.” Commerce High School (Worcester), Leominster High School. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 4; Cap and Gown Committee 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4. Who’s that bobbing around the halls with that infectious laugh? None other than our “Myrn.” She has brightened many s.n occasion with her fancy dance steps. There’s a successful career waiting for her as a secretary. “Sophistication and charm are seldom found together; and we have found the exception.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Society 3; Red Cross Representative 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Junior Play 3; School Paper 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. She draws, she paints, she has original ideas ... in short, what a wonderful addition to the art world; what a wonderful addition to the school ! A phenomenal forward, Myrna is outstanding on the hardwood floor, where she has chalked up many points. _ “A jolly girl, a live wire; The kind of which you never tire.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Society 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Marilyn the vivacious, the radiant, the colorful, always h as a cheery greeting for everyone. She is so constantly enthusi- astic and has such a keen sense of humor that she injects life into the most dejected of spirits. She will make an ideal medical secretary. “A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance.” Rutland High School. Good Government Candidate 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 (Captain 3); Student Council 1, 2, 3 (Reporter 3); Red Cross Representative 2: Christmas Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. Where there’s fun and frolic, there ' s “Prudy.” She is one of those fun-loving people who add life to any party. “Prudy” is not a bit shy about making known the whys and wherefores of her ideas. Her plans for the future are as yet uncertain. “The days that make us happy make us wise.” Holden High School. Basketball Manager 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2. Who’s that bombing by in the gray Chevy? None other than ' “Ron ' 5 — “Ron” of the friendly smile and cheery “Hello.” He is interested in things mechanical and may further his education in this field. “You are the very spirit of a lady.” Rutland High School. Pro Merito 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Good Government Day Representative 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sextet 3) ; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Class Secretary 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. We know that Nadine will reach her goal, for she has ability and determination. Her pleasant disposition and courteous manners make friends for her wherever she goes. Her ambition is to become a medical secretary, and we wish her luck in her venture. “Never in a hurry, never has a care.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 3; Honorable Mention 1, 2; Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff, Business Manager 4. Zoom! and there goes “Ken.” His greatest pride is his sharp blue Ford. With his devil-may-care, easy-going phil- osophy of life, we are sure his “fortunes will be many, his troubles few.” C arof oCt ouLie “In silence there’s a worth that brings no risk.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1; Ring Committee 4. Carol has a pleasant manner and is always ready to make a new friend. One can count on her being around when help is needed. She will be a welcome addition to cheer up any office. “A light heart lives long.” North High School (Worcester), Major Edwards High School. Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Softball 2, 3; Junior Play 3. Take a sunny smile, mischievous eyes, enthusiasm for fun, plus sk ill in sports and you have a perfect description of “Jackie.” Not only does she participate in school athletics but she ioves to skate and bowl and is a fine swimmer. Energy such as hers is bound to bring success. I at r Lei a Jjune C hiicl ‘A heart full of cheer makes a face full of sunshine.’ Commerce High School (Worcester), Major Edwards High School. Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1; Chorus 1, 3. “Pat” is a bright, sunny person, who is easy to know. One of her hobbies is sewing, at which she excells. She is one of our lucky graduates — she plans to be married in June and go to Germany with her husband. “Sunny people make cloudy days seem short.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Dramatics 4; Yearbook Staff 4. A little Chinese and a mood a day are her doctrine. “Chop” makes the worst things seem the funniest; and wherever she goes, warm, friendly laughter echoes after her. Clare will “make new r friends but keep the old” as she goes to college. “The hand that hath made you fair Hath made you good.” Holden High School. Class Secretary 1; Football Dance Com- mittee 3; Dramatics 4; Yearbook StafF 4. Margaret is one of those people we cannot get along without but seldom appreciate. She is always cheerfully ready to answer the call of duty and never shirks responsibilities. The business world needs more people like her. “A jest is worth a thousand groans in any market.” Holden High School. Basketball 1; Magazine Drive, Home- room Manager 3; Monitor 4. Not a better friend could one find anywhere. “Garg” is a sports fan and a loyal supporter of his school. He looks to the Air Force for his immediate future. “In her twas natural to please.” Holden High School. Senior Dance Committee 4. Ask her anything and this Princeton lass will accommodate you. “Janie’s” shy but mischievous ways have made her nice to remember, too nice to forget. “A smile for all, a welcome glad, A jovial, coaxing way he had.” Major Edwards High School. Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Play Committee 3. A devilish twinkle in his eye, a broad, friendly grin, and a happy-go-lucky disposition — that ' s our friend George. His favorite pastime is arguing, and he can always find some very convincing points. George plans to join the Navy, where he’s sure to make many friends. “Her red ha ir is but a crown of glory.” Holden High School. Sophomore Assembly 2; Junior Assembly 3; Football Dance Committee 3; Dramatics 4; Ring Committee 4. Many a girl has loved Alyce ' s red hair, which goes well with her bright personality. She plans to go into nurses’ training. twice “There is nothing in the world so contagious as laughter.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 2, 3; Pep Squad 3; Junior Assembly 3: Junior Prom Committee 3; Dramatics 4; Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Noisy and vivacious, “Jan” makes her own fun wherever she goes. The college campus she graces will never be dull with her around. “A well-bred silence always at command” Holden High School. Glee Club 1, 2; Librarian 3; Bank Teller 4; Echo Staff 4. In Mary we have the willing and capable worker exemplified. She has pursued the “even tenor of her way” for four years, unobtrusive but always ready to grant a favor or to respond when help is needed. She deserves the best the future can offer. “Silence is golden.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1. Mary is a quiet, reserved girl, earnest, sincere and co- operative. Such traits will always bring success, as we know they will to Mary. Cc ohm ns “Nor know we anything so fair As the smile upon thy face.” Major Edwards High School. Basketball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3. “Ruthie,” a soft-spoken, attractive lass from Oakdale, has seldom raised her voice above its usual pleasant tone. She has gained the friendship of many with her delightful smile and good nature. She plans to go to a school of cosmetology. £htk X ouise “Happy and good, kind and true.” Barre High School, Holden High School. Softball 2; Major- ?te 3; Grange Prize-Speaking 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Speech Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Edie” comes from the more remote community of Oakham, and for this reason we have seen less of her than we should like. Personable and a good student, her calm and serene tempera- ment and courteous manner make her a nice person to know. £ umm i n r “Amiability shines by its own light.” Major Edwards High School. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. “Chip” is a hard worker and a sincere friend to everyone. Though he has an incessant supply of jokes, he has his serious moments. After graduation “Chip” plans to go into the service and later take up a trade at trade school. ’aujneau “Actor of actors with ‘Casey at the Bat.’ ” Major Edwards High School. Sophomore Hop Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. Rarely indeed do we find someone with the wit of Franklin. His dry humor is enjoyed by all. He is also known for his acting and speaking ability, but the one thing that will always be foremost in our recollections of Franklin is his pride and joy — the black and silver Model A. 2ix2htcLr 2, ' avis “Thou art a scholar, henceforth Thy pathway lies among the stars.” Leominster High School. Orchestra 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Yearbook Staff (Business Manager) 1, Associate Editor 4; Graduation Committee 2; Press Club 3; Guidance Office Assistant 3; Student Career Day Chairman 3; Band 4. Dix is one person we all envy, because no matter what the assignment, he always seems to have it done well in advance. We shall always remember Dix with his dark hair and eyes, his sense of fun and — his bassoon. Best of luck at Dartmouth, and take good care of your future patients! Join WJJuo 2, ' avis “All musical people seem to he happy.” Leominster High School. Basketball 1 ; Baseball 1 ; Football 1 ; Yearbook, Editor 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Camera Club 3; Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4; Intramural Baseball 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Along with his happy-go-lucky ways John will be remembered for his excellent cornet playing and his part in the German band. Always around with a friendly word, he will be missed next year. a vis “Her ways were those of quietness.” Rutland High School. Glee Club 1 ; Junior Prom Committee 3. Although quiet, Kathleen can easily acquire and keep friends. Of an even temperament, she never complains about anything but takes things as they come. Kathleen pians to pursue a secretarial career, and our best wishes go with her. 2eX uca “Personality, a gleaming smile, An active mind, a friend worth-while.” Rutland High School. Pro Merito 3; Class Treasurer 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2; Class Vice-President 2: Class President 3; Student Council (Vice-President) 3; Class Secretary 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Yearbook Staff 4. A hard worker and a sincere friend, ‘ ' ■Rosie” makes her influence felt wherever she goes. Her list of activities proves what everyone knows already — she is dependable, efficient, and a very skillful basketball player. She looks forward after graduation to a position in the commercial field. JCinpL, Willi, icim “Laugh and the world laughs with you.” Major Edwards High School. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; Chorus 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Cabinet 4; Yearbook, Business Manager 4. “Kings” is a fellow with a bubbling personality, whom one cannot help but like. He is in and out of everything from being a very capable business manager of the Yearbook to serving as class treasurer, an office which has given him the affectionate nickname, “Moneybags.” Kingsley is a skillful dancer and knows a great variety of steps. He plans to take up business administration in college. anjanne 2oJ “Her friends — they are many, Her foes — are there any?” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Vice-President 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Student Council 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee (Chairman) 3; A. A. Treasurer 3; Student Council (Secretary) 3; Class Secretary 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Monitor 4. Maryanne is one of our most popular girls. Efficient, capable, and a true friend, she will surely be as successful in college as she has been in high school. The Class of ? 55 wishes her the best of luck in the college of her choice. “Whatever is worth doing at all Is worth doing well.” Stockbridge High School, Holden High School. Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Orchestra 1, 2 (Accompanist 4); Class Vice- President 2; Dramatic Club 2; Student Librarian 2; Class Ring Committee 2; Clarion (Co-Editor) 3; Hockey, Assistant Manager 4; Business Manager. Yearbook 4. Martha has a winning personality and a pleasant disposition. She is studious and conscientious, with a high scholastic rating. Following gradu- ation Martha plans to enter a liberal arts college, where she hopes to major in sociology and study organ. We feel sure she will climb high on the ladder of success. I “Life is a jest and all things show it; I thought so once, and now I know it.” Central Junior High School (New Britain, Conn.), Holden High School. Junior Prom Committee 3. Many classes have been made livelier because of the wise cracks from our “ Jerry. ” He has an ever-ready wit and smile, is full of fun and always ready to lend assistance. His plans for the future are undecided, but we know he will find success wherever his path may lie. “It’s nice to be natural When you ' re naturally nice.” Major Edwards High School. Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Cheerleader 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. Did you ever see Claire when she was too busy to entertain you with her contagious good humor and wit? And yet she always has a full schedule. She has been an excellent cheer- leader and is interested in sports as a participant as well as a fan. Her ambition is to become a medical secretary. “A friendly face with a smile for all.” North High School (Worcester), Holden High School. Tennis 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain 4); Softball 2 (Manager 3); Hockey 3, 4 (Co-captain 4); Glee Club 2 X 3; Student Librarian 3; Pep Squad Leader 3; Clarion Staff 3; Prize Speaking 3; Football Dance (Co-chairman) 3; Basketball Dance and Banquet (Co-chairman) 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Refreshment Stand 4; Yearbook Staff, Business Manager 4. “Fletch” is certainly a welcome addition to every group. Her ready wit and flashing smile are sure to keep her popular wherever she goes. Full of life and very active in sports, she will be greatly missed. l ona (cl (idue re “Good nature and good sense are never separated.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2; Football Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Football 4. “Ron ' ’ is one of our handsome senior boys. One cannot be gloomy when “Ronnie’s” around. His magnetic personality and jovial ways have won him many friends. He plans to attend college next year. “I have three faults: Woman! Woman! Woman!” Clinton High School. Football 4. Part-way through the year, “Hairy " left us to join the Navy. We hope he enjoys his life as a “gob” and that he finds smooth sailing both now and in after years. “A born athlete and mighty good fellow.” Holden High School. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class President 2, Vice- President 3; Junior Prom Committee (Co-Chairman) 3; School Paper 3; Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Those of us who know “Bob” are impressed by his friend- liness. He is a likeable fellow with a winning smile for everyone. He has won the admiration of his classmates by his outstanding ability in athletics. In his future plans, college and coaching are foremost. With his qualifications and ability he is well on the road to success. y4nn cJHotten J recl " ilc ' ?Son “She’s just that which is neatest, sweetest and completest.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1, 4; Football Dance Com- mittee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff, Artist 4. Ann seems so quiet that her quick wit surprises one. Many a dull evening has been brightened by her presence. When- ever extra help is needed, Ann is there with her artistic abilities and vivid imagination to help make the project a success. We hope happiness and success will be her constant companions in whatever she does. “Talks she early, talks she late; Talks she all the time.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 3; Softball Co-Manager 1, 2; Basketball Manager 2; Chorus 2, 3; Basketball 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Play 3; School P aper (Typist) 3; Student Bank Teller 4. Laura is best known for her thespian abilities as witnessed by the highly successful role she played in the junior play. Laura’s future, however, will not lie in acting but in the commercial field. “Serious and well behaved, Never any trouble gave.” Holden High School. Marilyn has gone her quiet way among us for four years. Those who know her best have found the truth of the saying, “Once a friend always a friend.” She takes with her the good wisnes of her classmates as she enters an office next year. “What care I when I can rest. Kill time and take life at its best?” Holden High School. Football 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Football Dance Committee 3. “Jim” is one of the easiest persons to get along with in out- class. Always ready to help a fellow student get a task done or chase away the blues, he will be missed. May Dame Fortune smile on whatever career he chooses. “How forcible are right words.” Holden High School. Rutland High School. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Baseball Manager 1: Football Manager 2; Basketball 3. “Gibby” is- the talker in our class, always ready for a friendly discussion. When he gives you his views on a subject, you feel he must be right. A “regular fellow,” he has a pleasant word for all. We know he will do his best in whatever line of work he chooses. “Wit and wisdom are born with a man.” Major Edwards High School. French Club 1; Latin Club 1; Chorus 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. When one thinks of Warner, one thinks of a sparkling personality, abounding sense of humor, and “Jackie,” his girl. Warner is just one of those regular guys that have loads of friends. He has great plans for the future — Air Force and college. Without a doubt he will make good. l oLert Inti on j CjooJt now “All do so like saints appear, We know not who’s the devil here.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1, 2 (Boys’ Sextette 1); Bas- ketball 1, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Clarion Staff 3; Senior Play Production 4; Monitor 4; Football 4. There is no mistaking “Goody” as he saunters into the room with a song and a “wisecrack.” His happy-go-lucky air and easy-to-get-along-with personality have made him one of the most popular members of our class. “Goody” plans to take a forestry course at the University of Massachusetts. “A winning girl with a winning way.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2. 4; Softball 1; Freshman Assembly 1; Class Vice-President 1; Clarion Staff 1; Hockey 1, 2, 4; Pep Squad 2; Senior Dance Committee 4; Bank Teller 4; Dramatics 4; Glee Club 4; Basketball Manager 4; Cheerleader 4: Yearbook Staff 4. Marcia has accomplished the unusual feat of finishing high school in three years. She has many talents, one of which is skill in art. Her abilities and willingness to work are sure to bring her great rewards. She will be entering college in the fall. “Good things come in small packages.” Holden High School. Majorette 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3. “Little, but oh my!” one might remark of Harriet. Her big brown eyes have worked wonders on her classmates. “Hattie ' ' enjoys sports, especially horseback riding. Her ambition is to become a secretary. Clifford Ja ivrence “Honest labor wears a worthy face.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Band 1. 2. 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Public Speaking 1, 2, 3: Assembly Team 2, 3; All-State Chorus 2, 3; Boys ' Octette 2, 3; Senior Play 4. “Larry’ ' has exhibited his musical talent in Glee Club and Orchestra all through high school. His earnestness and sincerity have helped him do every job successfully. Some lucky college will welcome him in the fall. 3 , ranees “Demure and quiet is she at school, But what is she away from rule?” Holden High School. Glee Club 1. 2; Pep Squad 2, 3; Speech Club 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Football Dance Committee 3; Dramatics 4; Senior Ring Committee 4. Cheerful and well-liked, “Fran " has been active in many things. She always has a friendly “Hi " for everyone and leaves behind her many friends as she takes up her career as a secretary. “Show me the boy who never threw a stone at someone’s cat, Or never whirled a snowball at someone ' s high silk hat.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1. 2; Clarion Staff 3; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Gundy " with his calm, unperturbed appearance is really a teaser and mischief-maker at heart. He is much interested in art, and his talents along this line have won him well merited praise. “Real worth requires no interpreter.” Holden High School. Glee Club 2; Football Manager 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Dramatics 4. “BiH” has been the successful manager of both the football and basketball teams this year. His hobbies are photography, fishing and — girls! Upon graduation he hopes to study pharmacy. Janice a ns on “The smile that won ' t come off.” Major Edwards High School. Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3: Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. Don’t let that bashful manner fool you! Bruce is a genial, good-humored young man, whose smile and witty remarks add jest to any classroom. In him his classmates have found a perfect friend. He is interested in engineering as a career. WllLn £, ' a JJan ' IS “Perhaps he doesn’t convince you, but he argues on.” Bayside High School (New York), Holden High School. Basketball 1; Track 1; Class President 1; Class Representative 1; Baysider Staff 1, 2; Soundings Staff 1, 2; Service Squad 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 3; Traveling Assembly 2, 3; PSAL Awards; Year- book Staff 2, 3, 4; Clarion Staff 3, Echo Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Football 4. Crash, bang! and who enters the room but “Bill” Harris? How’s Texas, Senator? “Bill” has been a great help to our school by announcing all the basketball games. Whether he decides on commercial art or radio and TV broadcasting, we predict a successful future for him. ever A. argo ddart “Ever charming - new.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Traveling Assembly 1; Public Speaking 1; Majorette 1. 2, 3; Speech Club 2, 3; Girls’ State Representative 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Librarian 3; Pep Squad 3; Dramatics 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Margo, the unpredictable, has been known for organizing many imaginary clubs. Fun-loving and friendly, there is never a dull moment with her around. ' WJ after “Words, words, words.” Holden High School. The blithe, blue-eyed blond from Princeton — that’s “Chuck.” His obsessions are big words, young ladies, and the great out- of-doors. He is a real good “guy” to have around — a loyal friend. dj£)auid Jdender. ' Son “Worry and I have never met.” Holden High School. Orchestra 1, 2: Band 1, 2; Projection Operator 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4. Acquainted with the intricacies of the movie projector, “Hendy” has been invaluable whenever pictures were to be shown. Besides being interested in photography, he is a great lover of the out-of-doors. Our good wishes for him are many. ara Jo, raine JJoagfund “The best is yet to be.” Major Edwards High School. Junior Red Cross Delegate 3. “Barb” is a quiet, carefree lass, whose pleasant smile is always welcome. She has always wanted to become a nurse and plans to enter training after graduation. Good luck from all of us! oan ddfiza leth Jdodc as on “A sober mind carries much thought.” Holden High School. Pro Merito 3; Honor Roll 1. 3. 4; Orchestra 1 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Traveling Assembly 2. 3; Girls ' Sextet 2, 3; J. V. Basketball 3; Librarian 3; Essay Contest, First Prize 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Basketball Manager 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Joanie” is a very versatile girl, distinguishing herself with equal success in music, sports, and in her studies. The Glee Club will surely miss her splendid voice. She plans to attend the University of Massachusetts. “The secret of success is constancy of purpose.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1. 2; Freshman Reception Dance 2; Football 3, 4; Athletic Association (Treasurer) 3; Yearbook Staff 4. “Are you a Swede? Well, I am!” And “Swede” Holmgren has added another friend to his collection. John’s plans for the future are college, and with his assets he can’t miss! lUtLn RJLtJl oopet “It is better to be seen and not heard. Holden High School. It is part of “Bill’s” nature to be quiet and undemonstrative. He is rarely the first to speak upon a subject but comes up with the right answer at the right time. He is something of a mechanical genius, and his interest in cars might well prove to be very profitable. I J}anet 4nn - Jc ome “And when you know ' her better, You will wish you knew her well.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Cap and Gown Committee 4. Recognize the tall girl with a gleam of mischief in her eye? That’s “Jan” Horne. She is always ready for fun and laughter, but she is also capable and efficient. Here’s to a happy future, “Jan”! J oijce Jit ' (jinia J4oive “ ’Tis music that makes the world go round.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1: Basketball 2, 3. 4; Softball (Manager) 3; Librarian 3; Pep Squad 3; Clarion Staff 3: Junior Prom Committee 3; Field Hockey (Manager) 4; Dramatics 4; Bank Teller 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Dance Committee 4. Curly brown hair and light green eyes are Joyce’s outstanding features. She is a talented pianist and one of the leading athletes of the class. Her hobbies include reading, records, and tropical fish. It is a known fact that Joyce obtained vitamin recipes from Mr. Laprade for her guppies! “It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Softball 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Magazine High Salesman 3; Football Dance (Co-Chairman) 3; Basketball 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad (Leader) 3; Class President 3; Dramatics 4; Senior Dance Committee 4; Chorus 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Monitor 4. “Nan” is a natural comedian. Her witty remarks and comic antics spring from an innate sense of humor. A jolly companion, she is bound to make friends wherever she goes. “A little work, a little play, A cheery smile, a bright ‘Good-day.’ ” Major Edwards High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross Delegate 1. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3 (Captain 3); Basket- ball 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Executive Board, Junior Red Cross 3, 4; Co-Editor, School Paper 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Play 3; Spanish Club 3; Senior Play 4. For a little girl “Jeannie” certainly can make a lot of noise. Her pep and vitality make her an excellent cheerleader, and she really puts her heart into those cheers. We know she’ll put as much heart into teaching. Here ' s to those lucky kids! onna ae sfenien “Do you not know that I am a woman? When I think I must speak.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Prize Speaking 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 4; Magazine High Salesman 2, 3; Pep Squad 3; Junior Clarion Staff 3; Hockey 3, 4; Monitor 4; Dramatics 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Dance Committee 4; Basketball 4. Donna, the leading lady of our senior play, has also been a two-time winner in the Grange Prize Speaking Contest. Besides her dramatic ability she possesses talent in art. Her taste in clothes will be an aid to her in the merchandising training which she plans to study at Lasall Junior College. ona ns on “A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the best of men.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Does he ever frown? No! Does he always smile? Yes! That’s Donald Johnson. His quietness is very deceiving, for he is a never-failing source of witty jokes. Whatever he does he’s a sure bet for future success. “Her dark eyes sparkle and gleam.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Class Vice- President 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; Student Council 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Dramatics 4; Monitor 4; Echo Staff 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Joyce ' s long eyelashes have been the envy of all the senior girls. Neatness is one of her charms. Always happy, she has a good word for everyone. ariene icjne J oL ins on “Gentle ways are best. ' Major Edwards High School. Student Council 1; Chorus 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Typist, School Paper 3. Demure, attractive — these and a myriad other things could be said about Marlene. We all like her best, however, for her ready cheerfulness and willing spirit. Smiling constantly through happiness and misfortune, she has radiated her sunshine to all her friends. We shall not forget her. omas “In quietness lies hidden friendship.” Holden High School. Intramural Basketball 4. A truer friend one could never ask. “Tom” has that certain something that gains many friends and keeps them. He’s quiet, yes, but watch out ! Under that calm exterior there’s a live wire. “A quiet boy is he. But quite a lad we all agree.” North High School (Worcester). F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. We shall long remember “Dick’s” red convertible with the plaid top, the pride of the school parking lot. “Dick’s” future plans include Stockbridge, where he intends to study dairy farming. “The quiet mind is richer than a crown.” Leominster High School. Monitor 1; Glee Club 1; Chorus 2 ; Radio Club 3, Office Assistant 4. “Margie” is by far one of the neatest girls in our class. Always ready for good times and laughs in her feminine way, she has made many friends in this short year at W. R. H. S. Here’s to you, “Margie,” and your career in teaching! CnJJC orpi “The less he spoke, the more he heard.” Rutland High School. Junior Prom Committee 3. To some members of our class, “Ken” is just a quiet, un- assuming boy with a whimsical grin. His willingness to help people, together with his good nature, will aid him in attaining success in future years. After graduation “Ken” plans to go to Boys’ Trade School. J, ntonia JJBL anc “A carefree, jovial way she had.” Gardner High School, Wethersfield High School (Conn.). Honor Roll 3; Chorus 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 2; Sophomore Dance C ommittee 2. Studiousness, a love of fun and amiability are “Toni’s” out- standing qualities. Her great ability in French has made her the envy of many. We are sure “Toni” will be a great asset to the profession of nursing. “A silent character portrays an easy mind.” St. Bernard’s (Fitchburg). Basketball 1; Glee Club 1, 4. “Connie,” although quiet at times, is a good companion. She is very efficient and will make a fine nurse. Cjeorqe a wen JHoyl “A gentleman makes no noise.” Major Edwards High School. Red Cross Council Representa- tive 1; School Paper 3; Glee Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Audio- Visual Club 4; Store Committee 4. George has always been a friend to everyone. His favorite pastimes are collecting classical records and historical books. Ge orge ' s sincerity and quiet manner are sure to carry him far as an X-ray technician. Wa, nynarejaret VL ereia c-LoncL era an “Variety is the spice of life.” Rutland High School. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. Bubbling over with joy, that ' s Mary. Her pleasant personality and her sincerity have won her many friends. (Incidentally, Mary ' s views on men are very interesting!) Whatever the future holds, she has our best wishes. (J-Varl ' ?ar a “Life is good when good use is made of it.” South High School (Worcester). Glee Club 2. 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Chorus 4; Senior Play (Production Manager) 4; Yearbook StafT 4. Whenever there is an important school activity, Barbara is there with her camera taking pictures for the Yearbook. She has a warm, winning smile. Her fine job as manager of the senior play shows that she is able to undertake responsibility. a jm one Ida rence cjCyman, “Silence is as deep as eternity; Speech as shallow as time.” Holden High School. Football 1. Quiet and unobtrusive, “Ray " has nevertheless won the respect of all his classmates. After graduation he plans to join the Armed Forces. __ y4nne Yl Jc ntire “The world delights in sunny people.” Holden High School. Hockey 2; Basketball 2, 3; Echo StafT (Co-Editor) 4. Everyone is always happy to have “Judy” around, flashing her bright eyes and smiling a cheerful smile. “Judy” has always been a neat and accurate person, so we ' re sure she ll make a capable office worker. “We find in life exactly what we put into it.” Holden High School. Priz e Speaking 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Literary Editor. Junior Clarion 3; Junior Assembly 3; Dramatics 4; Ring Committee 4; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Yearbook StafT 4. Calmness and amiability are characteristics of “Ellie.” With a ‘‘Has anyone seen Bev?” and “Have you seen my rod?” she continues her way. She has always been reliable in every- thing she has undertaken, and we ' re sure she will make an ideal nurse. “When done by her it is well done.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Society 3; Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Hop 1; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Sophomore Hop 2; Basketball (Manager) 2, 3; Softball (Manager) 2; Spanish Club 3; Junior Play Committee 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; School Paper 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. “Vi” is one of the most studious girls in the class, and even with her activities she has succeeded in keeping her marks well above average. Her favorite pastime is swimming. We know that Vida will go far at Clark University. V w “Always ready, always there.” Holden High School. Echo Staff 4. Janice has been of the greatest assistance to our class. Quiet and self-effacing, she is always willing to listen and help if she can. What patient ' s pulse would not skip a beat to have Janice as a nurse? Her spirit of helpfulness and loyalty, her faithful and conscientious application to tasks assigned are attributes that will make her a very successful “Florence Nightingale.” a it rt on ([lino l fjattion “To know him is to like him.” Rutland High School. Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 2. Put ihe adjectives friendly and humorous together and you nave “Burt” to perfection. He is always willing to do a favor for anyone. He is a lot of fun and provides those who know him well with many good laughs. After graduation he will enter some branch of the service, probably the Army. c Jlee — J i ranciS eriin “Let schoolmasters puzzle their brains.” Holden High School. Lee has a lively sense of humor, which has brightened many a class. He is always willing to undertake a task without complaint. His classmates wish for him in the future the good fortune which he well deserves. “He’s a regular guy; why say more?” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2; Honorable Mention 3; Class President 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 2, 3; Student Council 3; Senior Play 4; Dramatics 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Jim” has been one of the best-liked members of our class and one of the “greats” on the football field. We are all sure he will continue his record of achievement in college. “Doing deeds well Is worth more than many spoken words.” Holden High School. Pro Merito; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Softball 2, 3: Assembly Team 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Sextette 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; All-State Band 3, 4. If there ' s a need for entertainment, “Terry” is right there either playing her trombone or singing. She is always helpful and her willingness to work is one of her great assets. She plans to enter Upsala College next fall, where we know she will be a credit to her Alma Mater. “We have two ears and one mouth that we may listen the more and talk less.” Major Edwards High School. Emily is one of the quietest girls in our class. Her hobbies of reading, bowling, and travel have kept her busy outside of school. She is very capable and does a job the way it should be done. For this reason we know she will be a great success as a missionary. “Music in his heart, mischief in his eyes.” Major Edwards High School. Junior Play 3; Student Council 3. Behold a quiet, shy gentleman — but don ' t let that exterior of seeming quietness fool you, for within one will find gaiety and fun and a store of hilariously funny jokes that keep his friends under a spell of constant laughter. Thomas is also a con- noiseur of music, but, as contradictory as it may seem, he has always wanted to be a mortician, the line of work he plans to pursue. f “We always found her the same, sweet in all her ways.” Pasadena College (California); South High School (Worcester). Y-Teens 1, Circle Club (Vice-President) 2; Inter-Club Council 2; Yearbook Staff 2; Bank Teller 4. Barbara has found her way to Holden from sunny California, bringing some of the sunshine with her. Sweet and feminine, she has made many friends in the short time we have known her. “Joy is the best of wine.” Holden High School. Band 1. 2, 3: Class Secretary 2; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; Dramatics 4; Senior Dance Committee 4; Year- book Staff 4. “Barb” has left the halls of W. R. H. S. resounding with giggles. She has made merry many a “blue” Monday with her jokes and laughter. We know she will be happy in her work at the Norton Company. “My heart is warm with the friends I make.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2; Hockey 2, 3; Dramatics and Speech 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Echo (Co-Editor) 4. “Bev " is energetic and always on the go. Known for her ready smile, she always seems to look on the bright side of things. She plans to go into nurses’ training. J(a, ’ cJ OU LS com “Good cheer is no hindcrance to a good life.” Holden High School. “Oky” enjoys sports and the out-of-doors. His diligence and persistence will surely help in his study of electronic engineering. “A prince of good fellows.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1; Student Council 1; Class Vice-President 1 ; Basketball 2, 4. Zoom, there goes “E ddie,” happy on wheels or on the basketball court. Independent and carefree, he takes life as it comes. “Not much talk, a great sweet silence.” Commerce High School (Worcester), Major Edwards High School. Sophomore Hop Committee 2; Chorus 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Typist, School Paper; Junior Prom Committee 3. “Osti” is a tall, quiet girl, who is always friendly. If you’re looking for a good secretary, “Osti” is the girl you want. She plans to enter Becker College. “Her ways are those of pleasantness.” Rutland High School. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. “Bev” is full of pep, fun, and good humor. Her friendly smile and manner have made her a pal who adds spice to any occasion. She enjoys many sports and is especially good in basketball. “Bev” has specialized in the commercial field and plans to work in an office. We wish her the best. ■ “An athlete without a flaw.” Holden High School. School Paper 1; Glee Club 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 4); Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4. Carl has poise and personality-plus. Our class “All-American,” “Pudge” will always be a star in everything he does. P aine “Much that well may be thought cannot wisely be said.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1. Quiet and thoughtful. “Ed” is, nevertheless, well-liked by all his classmates. His willingness and reliability when under- taking a task have made him a great asset to his class. We all wish him success as he continues his education. 3 , rancis Jincent jPaiquale “I do not what I ought to do, What I ought not to do, I do.” Major Edwards High School. Stagehand 3; Junior Prom 3. Does anyone want a good argument? Francis would like nothing better. If there is any deviltry afoot, one will usually find Francis mixed up in it somewhere. After graduating he expects to go into the service. Best of luck from all of us. 3 , ranees “Her voice was ever sweet, gentle, and low — An excellent thing in woman.” Classical High School (Worcester), Major Edwards High School. Chorus 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3; School Paper 3; Honor Society (Treasurer) 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Anyone looking for a good worker? “Frannie’s” your girl. Her co-operation and friendliness have won the admiration of her classmates. No matter how much she does, she always manages to stay on the Honor Roll. We know that our loss will be the University of Massachusetts’ gain. reiver “Size is not necessarily a sign of strength or greatness.” Leominster High School. Baseball 1; Basketball 1: Football 1: Band 1, 2, 4; Class Secretary 1; Camera Club (Treasurer) 3; Yearbook Business Manager 4; Bank Teller 4. “Kenny’s” readiness to add a spark to the conversation has made him well liked by all. He is always eager to help every- body and is willing to try anything. Best of luck at Becker! ydudreij oan “Sweet of manner, fair of face, And all her ways are full of grace.” Major Edwards High School. Softball 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Junior Play Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. Audrey is that quiet little blonde girl usually seen and seldom heard. Even with her retiring manner she is extremely helpful when needed. She enjoys bowling and swimming, but her favorite pastime is dancing. The commercial field is her goal. “Never leave that till tomorrow Which you can do today.” Major Edwards High School. Delegate to Massachusetts Division of Student Councils 2; Basketball 2; Sophomore Hop Com- mittee 2; Entertainment Committee for Assemblies 2, 3; Class President 2, 3, 4; Student Council (Vice-President) 3; Delegate to Boys ' State 3; Business Manager, School Paper 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 3; Chorus 3; Junior Play 3. Being the president of the first senior class at Wachusett certainly hasn ' t been an easy task, but “Dick” has done a magnificent job. Of course, he had two years previous experience, which helped! This training will surely give him practice for his future career as a politician. A job well done, “Dick”! I “Full of fun and fancy free.” Holden High School. Student Assembly 2; Football 3; School Paper 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Dramatics 4. ■Rav” has sent the class into gales of laughter on more than one occasion by his innocent but humorous questions. His quick wit and ready smile will be greatly missed. “A blithe heart maketh a blooming visage.” Major Edwards High School. Class Secretary 1; Softball 1, 2; Basketball 1. 2; Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball (Manager) 3; Basketball (Manager) 3; Junior Play 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; School Paper 3: Dramatics 4. " Reggie ' s’ ' jubilant nature has made her popular with everyone. Her pleasing smile and light, airy conversation, combined with a magnetic personality, will assure her of future success. “She is witty, gay, and clever. Yet scorns not high endeavor.” Holden High School. Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 3; Student Council 2; Sophomore Clarion Staff 2; Hockey 3; Junior Assembly 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics 4. ‘Be .” fun-loving and cheery, is also a hard worker. Her Tpana” smile works magic and has won her many friends. She will be a welcome addition to Worcester Junior College. “Happy am I; from care I ' m free.” Rutland High School. Chorus 1. 2, 3; American Junior Red Cross; Class Secretary 3: Junior Prom Committee 3. Tall, blonde, fun-loving — these words describe Mary. Her willingness to help others and to do well whatever she undertakes assures us that she will be a success in her secretarial career. “When I do vow a friendship. I’ll perform it to the last article.” Lancaster High School, Major Edwards High School. Basket- ball 1, 2; Chorus 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. Attractive , friendly and witty characterize “Jan” to a T. She has the knack of getting along with others and is always around when needed. “Jan’’ is tops in the commercial field and has a job with a law firm waiting after graduation. “I like work; it fascinates me. I could sit and look at it for hours.” Major Edwards High School. Basketball 1: Junior Prom Committee 3; Dance Committees 3; Ring Committee 4; Christmas Play (Stage Scenery) 4. Although he is the shy type when girls are around, “Howie” is well-known among the boys. The jovial twinkle in his eyes indicates the deviltry he possesses. We wish him all the success possible in the future. “She may look serious and she may look shy. But she’s full of fun, ’twixt you and I.” Major Edwards High School. School Paper 1, 3; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 2); Central Massachusetts Student Council Representative 2. Anne is one of the quiet members of our class — until you know her, and then she is friendly and talkative. She enjoys reading and is interested in interior decorating. Her future plans are indefinite. J oSepl _ J4oivarJ l ol ins on “No one knows what he can do till he tries.” Holden High School. Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Bank Teller 4. At times we wonder if “Howie” can always be as quiet as he appears. We doubt it. His interest in outdoor activities may lead to a future in that field. “Her disposition is blithe and merry.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1; Traveling Assembly Team 1, 2; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Speech Club 2, 3: Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Football Refreshment Committee 4; Dance Committee 4; Monitor 4. Always ready with some witty words and a sweet smile — that’s “Ruthie”; or. if one needs some help, she ' s ready to assist in any way possible. Her efficiency and effortless learning have reaped their harvest. The secretarial field will acquire another good secretary in “Ruthie.” “Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent.” North High School (Worcester), Holden High School. Basketball 3; Football 3, 4. Quiet and unassuming, “Phil” goes about his work silently but does his job well. We all know him for his ability on the football field. He plans to continue his education at college. ivarz “As merry as the day is long.” Rutland High School. Baseball 1, 2 (Manager 2); Basketball 1, 2 ; Monitor 4. Charles is a happy-go-lucky member of the class, whose favorite pastime is cheering people up with his vast store of jokes. His witty answers in class have never failed to give us a laugh. He plans to enter Brandeis University to study law. Best wishes. “Dimple in her chin, devil within.” Holden High School. Glee Club 1; Traveling Assembly 1, 2, 3; Majorette 1, 2. 3; Prize Speaking 1, 2. 3; Basketball 2: Speech Club 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3; Softball 3; Monitor 4; Football Refreshment Committee 4: Yearbook Staff 4. A cheery “Hi,” a pleasant smile, and sympathetic under- standing are characteristic of “Maggie.” All her classmates have found her to be a true friend. Her chosen career is nursing. J am eS ic liar l Sc imrjeour “Give me peace to speak my mind.” Major Edwards High School. Honor Roll 1 ; Basketball Manager 1, 4; J. V. Basketball 2, 3. “Jim ' ’ is the fellow with the quiet manner and friendly disposition. He’s right at home with an argument and usually comes out on top. Woman hater, he? — only on the outside! With his speaking ability we are sure he ' ll go far in radio or television. pjloan Frances “She is pretty to walk with And witty to talk with.” Rutland High School. Class Secretary 1; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain 2); Glee Club 2; Class Vice-President 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Yearbook Staff 4. A charming little miss with a pleasing personality, Joan has won many friends. She has always displayed class and school spirit by her willingness to help and has done a remarkable job as cheerleader. She has taken the Commercial Course and plans to do secretarial work. “As carefree as the day is long.” Holden High School. Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager 2; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Class Treasurer 3; Class Vice- President 4; Yearbook Staff 4. “Dick” is well-liked by his classmates. He is always willing to help out when a good man is needed. He takes with him the good wishes of the Class of ’55 as he enters college. J! a nice l arlara St, evens “Politeness is to do and say The kindest thing in the kindest way.” Holden High School. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3; Traveling Assembly Team 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Talent Assembly 2; Junior Talent Assembly 3. Janice is one of the most talented members of our class. Her tap dancing and trumpet playing have made her known to many. We’re sure she will be a great addition to any college in which she enrolls. = Ciflian iJonia evens “Always quiet and serene.” Rutland High School. Pro Merito 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Basketball 1. 2, : ( lass Secretary 2; Rambler Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. A good-natured, quiet girl, “Toni” is always cheerful, willing and agreeable, no matter what comes up. She plans to become a secretary, and we know with her qualifications she will be a success. Yjina s4nn Stewart “Her air, her manners, all who saw admired; The joy of youth and health her eyes display’d, And ease of heart her every look convey’d.” Major Edwards High School. Softball 1. 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Hop Committee 2; Basketball Manager 2. 3; Typist, School Paper 3; Cheerleader 3; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Girls’ State Representative 3; Junior Play Committee Yearbook Staff it. Expressive dark eyes and a sweet smile are only two of Nina’s many assets. Her cheery disposition combined with her love of tap dancing, swimming, bowling, and cooking give her a well-rounded personality. With her enthusiasm for work, we are sure success awaits her in the commercial field. “The reward of a thing well done is to have done it.” Classical High School (Worcester). Boys’ Glee Club 3; Chorus 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Need any assistance w r ith that homework assignment? Just ask “Bob.” He’s always willing to help. He has that certain art of making friends easily, which will surely be a help in his future plans of becoming a pharmacist. “Such skill at the flute is rare indeed.” Leominster High School. Class Treasurer 1; Orchestra 1; Editorial Staff, Class Paper 3; Band (Librarian) 4. Nancy, despite her quiet, reserved manner, has a very gentle and friendly way. Her flute playing is by far her outstanding talent, and she is able to boast of occupying the first chair in the flute section of the All-State Band. Her patient and kind disposition should be a great asset in the fulfillment of her hopes to become a church youth advisor. “Slight is the subject but the praise not small.” Lenox School. Glee Club 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Soccer I, 2; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; J. V. Skiing 2; School Paper 2, 3; J. V. Hockey 3; Band 4; Senior Play 4. Who’s that sending the class into a fit of laughter? None other than Carl. Never is there a sad heart when he is around. He plans to go to college and then add a V.M.D. (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) after his name. L “Her looks they were so mild, Free from affected pride.” Leominster High School. Basketball 1 ; Book Club 3. “Number please?” The professional sounding voice at the other end of the line might well be Carole’s, for she is one of Sterling’s “hello” girls. When she is not tending the switchboard, she might be found engaged in one of her favorite pastimes — knitting, horseback riding, or swimming. “To be merry becomes her.” Classical High School (Worcester). Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1: Class History Chairman 1: Variety Show 1; Yearbook Staff 1, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Glee Club 2. This tall, attractive brunette is one of the all-around girls of the class. “Julie” and cheerfulness go hand in hand, for one seldom sees her without a friendly smile. The co-eds at the University of Massachusetts had better prepare for some competition when “Julie” gets there! ariotte Oc ay “Dancing, the child of music and of love.” Major Edwards High School. Plays 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Junior Play Committee 3. Alice is musically gifted, and her talents have been displayed in the Glee Club and in the Senior Talent Show. Her ability to sing and dance will be a great asset to her in future years. 3 , lomas “Energy and perseverance conquer all things.” Bennington (Vermont) High School, Holden High School. Pro Merito; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 1, 2, 4: Speech 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Band 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Honorable Mention. National Science Talent Search 4. “Cindy” certainly makes our class proud, for she is an excellent scholar. Her untiring zeal, spirit and initiative have won our admiration. We await with interest her achievements in the field of biochemical research. “Happy, merry, full of fun, Known and loved by everyone.” Holden High School. Pro Merito; Glee Club 1; Softball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Neatness of dress and a vivacious manner will always make “Jan” outstanding. To her the honor roll is very familiar. “Cram for an exam? Never!” As a medical technician she’ll be “tops.” l oxanne “If music be the food of love, play on.” Rutland High School. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 (Sextet 1, 2, 3); All-State Chorus 3; Yearbook, Business Manager 4. “Sue” is always ready to chat and to enjoy a good time. She has a great liking for music and some day would like a singing career. She is also fond of sports and social affairs. “Sue " plans to attend Salter Secretarial School. Good luck! “Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined.” Rutland High School. Pro Merito 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Rambler Staff 1; Class Reporter 1; Good Government Day Representative 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3 (Sextet 1, 2, 3; Accompanist 1, 2, 3); All-State Chorus 2; Monitor 4. Gloria has a quick wit and ia a lot of fun when out with the “gang.” She is a good sport and can take any amount of teasing without becoming angry. Her comical antics and expressions have endeared her to her classmates. Her future ambition? To become a laboratory technician. Who ' $ Who — DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS Rose DeLuca — Richard Phelps MOST POPULAR Maryanne Dowd — Robert Ford MOST VERSATILE Nancy Fletcher BEST STUDENTS Cynthia Thomas — Karl Benedict MATH SHARKS Joan Hodgson — Dix Davis BEST MUSICIANS Thyra Mollberg — Kenneth Perry CLASS ARTISTS Shirley Bavosi — Walter Gunderman BEST DANCERS Myrna Briggs — James Miles BEST-NATURED William Hale CLASS CUT-UPS Nancy Hughes — Robert Goodnow QUIETEST Edith Crawford — Richard Kemp MOST ARGUMENTATIVE Ruth Rondeau — Robert Gibbons CLASS OPTIMIST Margaret Scott CLASS PESSIMIST Clare Christmas LONG AND SHORT OF IT Prudence Buck — Raymond Philblade CLASS TARZAN Philip Clark CUTEST GIRL Joan Shortt BEST-LOOKING Ann Benedict — Edward Oldakowski NEATEST Frances Griffin — Ronald Flodman MOST POLITE Claire Flagg MOST MISCHIEVOUS Bruce Hanson MOST SOPHISTICATED Marcia Gordon WOMAN HATER Kenneth Korpi MAN HATER Emily Morrow BEST PALS Barbara Blaisdell and Carol Castro CLASS ROMEO Carl Paharik CLASS JULIET Janice Colvin BEST TIME-KILLERS Monitors NICEST EYES Joyce Johnson SWEETEST DIMPLES Regina Popko NICEST SMILE Beverly Powell CLASS LOAFER Donald Johnson MAKE THE FIRST MILLION Kingsley Doe MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Class of 1955 Class Will We, the first graduating class of Wachusett Regional High School, being of supreme culture and knowledge but of deteriorated constitution after the grind, do hereby leave this, our last will and testament. I, George Lloyd, do bequeath my ability to tell intriguing stories to Ronald Fournier, who has quite an imagination himself. I, Jean Jackola, do leave the cheerleaders without a captain. I, Walter Haskins, do offer my sideburns to Alburn Rivers, who would like thicker ones. I, Franklin Daigneau, do bequeath my Model A to any junior with enough skill to make it go. I, Anne Roberts, do bestow my deep si- lence upon Judy O ' Hearn, in hopes it will be put to good use. I, Howard Rindfleisch, do leave my Italian accent to anyone needing it in a future play. I, Richard Henderson, do sacrifice my pink shirts and matching ties to David Cook, who is dazzled by the hue. I, Jean Benoit, do leave my freckles to Barbara Anderson, who has plenty of room for them. I, Donna Jensen, do present a challenge to Maurice Letourneau to out-talk me. I, Elspeth MacGregor, do leave the Driver Training car unscathed. I, John Holmgren, do bequeath my blush- ing propensity to Harry Taylor, who couldn ' t if he tried. I, Karl Okerstrom, do leave for the mounted police. I, Judith Mclntire, do bestow my absent- report route upon Gerald Ford, so that he may do it every day. I, Janice Stevens, do award my trumpet to David Luce, who will soon assume the exalted position of First Chair. I, Richard Steele, do leave my position with the Holden Fire Department to any- one who doesn ' t mind getting up in the middle of the night. I, Julia Taft, do leave my lonely post in fourth-year Latin and hope that next year it will be more heavily populated. I, Ronald Bjorklund, do bestow my crew cut upon Addison Redfield, so that he can compete with Gary Crosby. I, Janet Trask, do present my pitching arm to succeeding softball teams. I, Barbara Nelson, do leave my ability to keep students from going into the lunch- room by the wrong door, to the next monitor at that position. I, William Hooper, do sacrifice my way with women to Alan Roseen, who is quite bashful with them. I, Barbara Lupien, do bequeath my posi- tion as stage manager of the senior play to the lucky junior to hold the post next year. I, Janet Benson, do leave the basketball team without a manager. I, Vida Maddocks, do bequeath my bad- minton ability to Marie Speckman and Sally Fletcher, the school champs. I, Alyce Collins, do leave my red hair to Marie Bonin, who, we understand, would like hers red, too. I, Kendall Carlson, do bestow my milk route upon Bob Mason, to carry on. I, Nina Stewart, do offer my pre-school study time to Joe Dowd, in the hope that he will benefit from it. I, Earl Gibbons, do bequeath my " drink milk " slogan from the back of my car to " Buzzy " Storey, to put over his " crazy otto " sign. I, Ronald Burleigh, do leave my perpet- ually curly hair to George Davis, to al- leviate combing. I, William Harris, do leave the halls of Wachusett ringing with my voice. I, Martha Elliot, do leave the lost chord to be found by Mr. Barre. I, Charles Schwarz, do bequeath my theory about Shakespeare to next year ' s senior themes. I, Nancy Stuart, do bestow my All-State Band berth upon Gretchen Mann, if she can pass the auditions. I, Carole Szewczyk, do offer my name to anyone who can spell it. I, Marjorie Kneeiand, do leave Fred in case he wants to take another post-graduate course. I, George Colangelo, do bequeath my cigarette lighter to future chemists, who will always run out of matches. I, John Davis, have nothing worth leav- ing. I, Philip Ruggles, do bequeath a well broken-in pair of crutches to next year ' s teams. I, Carl Sundstrom, do bestow my ability to get on teachers ' nerves, upon Gerald Jenkins, who really doesn ' t need it. I, Margo Hart, do leave a year ' s supply of romances to Barbara Ferrandino, who knows how to make good use of them. I, Larry Greenfield, do bequeath my ability to get passes to any student who wishes to go anywhere during classes. I, Myrna Brinck, do leave my flirting ability to Pat Hiney, who ' s been studying up on the subject. I, Constance Lefebvre, do bestow a pickled frog upon the biology depart- ment. I, Francis Pasquale, do leave without a backward glance. I, Robert Stowe, do bequeath all my steadies to Richard Woods, who needs some. I, Frances Pepin, do bestow my ability to make paper dolls during physics class, upon future physicists. I, Kathleen Davis, do leave my height to Joe Decker, so that he will be able to touch the top of the basket, not just the bottom. Signed, sealed, and finally delivered, JOAN HODGSON JOHN DAVIS CYNTHIA THOMAS DIX DAVIS Class Prophecy I With apologies to " Dragnet” I This is the city — Holden. It is June, 1975. At 8:30 A.M. my partner, Tom Kelton, and I received an assignment from Chief of Police, Warner Gifford, to investigate the reported loss of a large number of pennies from the top drawer of the desk of a teacher at W.R.H.S. Driving up the hill, we saw Burton Mattson, who was in charge of directing traffic in the parking lot. We were met at the door by Principal James Scrim- geour, who, very nervous and flustered, ushered us to the physics lab, where Gloria Willis was teaching. Her assistants were Audrey Phelps, Laura Gammel, and Helen Alba. The assistant principal, Edward Paine, took over at this point, describing the theft to us. We were in- terrupted by the fire alarm and were forced to leave the building. The Fire Chief, David Berry, was inspecting the new Jacqueline Put-Anything-Out-or-Blow- It-Up Child Fire Extinguisher recently in- stalled in the building. Looking around the physics lab, we spied a broken bubble pipe lying on the floor. Was this a clue? It might have been dropped by a fresh- man, but we were just guessing. 10:00 A.M. We took a cab downtown, the driver of which we recognized as Lee Merlin. On a tip, we stopped at the new night club owned by Carole Adams and Mary Conway, where the sensational ballet dancer, Evangeline LeBlanc, was performing. We were told she wouldn ' t be there till show time but we might find her at Audrey Weller ' s beauty shop. 10:30 A.M. We arrived at the beauty shop. She wasn ' t there, but we recognized Beverly Paddock ' s picture, advertising the latest hair style, the peacock fan. We were glad to hear of her great success in modeling. With the help of the hair stylist, Howard Robinson, we finally found the dancer at Ann Fredrikson ' s girdle factory. She could give us no clue, say- ing that she had spent the week at the mink farm of Marilyn Gates and her partner, Janet Horne. From here we hunted up Beverley Oberg, who writes the gossip column in the daily paper. She gave us a hot tip. We took Tom Murphy ' s hackney through the park to the bank. We felt sure that Raymond Lyman, president of the bank, would know of any unusual influx of pennies. 2:00 P.M. We went to the bank, where we saw Harriet Gove writing out several checks, totalling a million dollars. Mr. Lyman ' s secretary, Mary Rasku, said that he wasn ' t there at the moment. 2:30 P.M. We checked in at head- quarters to see if there were any further developments. An attractive woman met us at the door, who introduced herself as Marlene Johnson, a model from the Hoaglund and Conrad Wig factory. Who- ever would have thought twenty years ago wigs would come back into style? Miss Johnson claimed that she had seen some boys acting suspiciously near the high school when she flew by on her Brownell Rocket. Having heard of the robbery from newscaster Janice Marion, she felt that perhaps her observations could be of use to us. Feeling that we had at least something to work on, we headed back to W.R.H.S. 2:38 P.M. Arrived at W.R.H.S. Sud- denly I saw our first real clue, for lying right in front of the main entrance were three pennies. Taking care not to smudge any possible prints, we took them to the police lab, where Lillian Stevens, (our chief analysis engineer) identified the coins as part of the missing loot. On the coins were particles of sand that could have come from no other place than a greenhouse. We rushed to the biology department, where Joyce Howe, a lecturer from the African Department of Ichthyology, was giving a talk on the facial expressions of the goldfish when hungry. A thorough search of the green- house, however, yielded nothing. 2:51 P.M. Since we were sure that the pennies were buried in a flowerpot that had recently been released from the greenhouse, we proceeded to check the list of recent purchases. The first place we visited was the home of John Ford, a great horticulturist, who proudly dis- played the Egyptian violet he had pur- chased. Searching the pot we found nothing. Next we visited the Cummings and Christo Wild Animal Farm, which had recently purchased a small palm for the homesick giraffe ' s cage. Asking the mana- ger, Jerry Fisler, for permission to enter the cage was no problem, but getting past the keeper, Janet Rice, proved to be more than we had bargained for. Finally, after assuring her we meant no harm to " Flash, " her pet giraffe, we were al- lowed to enter and search the palm for any clues to the missing pennies — another false lead. 3:01 P.M. We arrived at the new Wachusett Hospital to check an azalea plant that had recently been given to one of the patients. In the hall we met Dr. Nadine Carey, who led us to the diet department, where Ruth Cousins, the head nurse, took us to the azalea — another false lead. 3:17 P.M. Having exhausted every possible lead, we returned to W.R.H.S. for a room-to-room examination. Our search started with the art department. Alice Taylor, in charge of futuristic art, could give us no clues but suggested the chemistry department, where pennies could have been dissolved in a new sub- stance called Myer ' s-lf-You-Don ' t-Like-lt- Dissolve-lt-Acid, named after the inventor. But Phyllis Clark, the instructor, could give us absolutely no help. From there we went to the gymnastics class, where Patricia Child was giving instruction in wall climbing and hanging from the girders by a finger. She also could offer us no help. 4:03 P.M. As we checked out of the main office with Mary Londergan, I spied in a large flowerpot on the desk of Miss Ostergard, a Venus ' -flytrap. Noticing that the plant was sagging heavily, I proceeded to open one of the traps. Lo and behold, there were our missing pennies! — Case Closed — Robert Stowe Marcia Gordon Beverly Powell Carole Adams Mrs. Castendyk — " Goo d school position! " I don ' t feel well! ' ' Mr. Connor " You know. " Mr. Rayner — " Get to work now. " Mrs. Eames — " Turn it down or shut it off. " Miss Kuninski — " W hat a hot ticket! " President: Robert Miles Vice-President: Harry Taylor Secretary: Beverly Johnson Treasurer: Ronald Fournier ho more President: Samuel Elliot Vice-President: Stanley Amidon Secretary: Catherine Christmas Treasurer: Jon Miles Standing, left to right: B. Johnson, R. Fournier. Seated, left to right: H. Taylor, R. Miles. Standing, left to right: J. Miles, C. Christmas. Seated, left to right S. Amidon, S. Elliot. President: William Lane Vice-President: Lois Ruggles Secretary: Jean Nordquist Treasurer: Daniel Trombi Standing, left to right D. Trombi, J. Nordquist. Seated, left to right: L. Ruggles, W. Lane. Cap and Gown Committee Store Committee Ring Committee Senior Cabinet Yearbook Staffs Future Farmers of America Glee Club Chorus German Band Woodwind Quartet Band Senior Play Dramatic Club Monitors Wachusett Echo Football Cheerleaders Varsity Football Basketball Cheerleaders Varsity Basketball Girls ' Varsity Basketball Girls ' J. V. Basketball Badminton Girls ' Varsity Hockey Girls ' J. V. Hockey Activities Athletics Cap and Gown Committee Standing, left to right: J. Jackola, F. Griffin. Seated, left to right right: E. MacGregor, F. Pepin, J. Horne. Store Committee First Row, left to right: C. Adams, J. Benson, B. Blaisdell. Second Row, left to right: C. Castro, G. Lloyd. Ring Committee First Row, left to right: F. Griffin, E. MacGregor, C. Castro, R. DeLuca, A. Collins. Second Row, left to right: K. Doe, R. Phelps, R. Steele. ENIGR First Row, left to right: R. Steele, B Myers, R. De- . , , . . , . . Luca, M Gordon, R Phelps, The Senior Cabinet is under the supervision of senior class Second Row, left to right advisers Mrs. Berryman, A r. Connor and Mr. White. The Cabinet F. Daigneau, P. Ruggles, . , r . i , r i • i ti J. Miles, k. Doe. s made up o t one student from each senior homeroom. They meet once a week with the class officers and report back to their homerooms the senior activities that have been discussed. When a vote is needed on a senior matter, a meeting of the entire class is held. Besides the class officers, this year ' s members were as follows: Frank Daigneau, Marcia Gordon, James Miles, Bar- bara Myers and Philip Ruggles. Typists Left to right: C. Castro, M. Christo, J. Benoit. Artists and Photographers First Row, left to right: B. Lupien, A. Fredrikson, J. Colvin, S. Bavosi. Second Row, left to right: M. Kneeland, W. Harris, W. Gunderman, B. Paddock. A C H STAFF Associate Editors Data and Organization Carol C. Adams Dix F. Davis John Holmgren James B. Miles Beverly A. Powell Julia Taft Cynthia Thomas Janet E. Trask Business Managers Kendall M. Carlson Kingsley W. Doe Martha J. Elliot Nancy Fletcher Margo Hart Elspeth R. MacGregor Kenneth Perry Joan F. Shortt Audrey Weller Literary Editors John M. Davis Maryanne Dowd Robert M. Ford Marcia Gordon Joan E. Hodgson Joyce V. Howe Nancy Hughes Robert S. Stowe Myrna J. Briggs Myrna R. Brinck Marilyn A. Brownell Clare M. Christmas Edith L. Crawford Rose M. DeLuca Lawrence C. Greenfield Donna Jensen Joyce L. Johnson Barbara Nelson Frances Pepin Artists and Photographers Shirley A. Bavosi Janice Colvin Ann L. Fredrikson Walter F. Gunderman William Harris Marjorie Kneeland Barbara Lupien Beverly Paddock Margaret A. Scott Typists Jean N. Benoit Carol L. Castro Margaret Christo Nina A. Stewart Yearbook Data and Organizatio n First Row, left to right: M. Briggs, B. Nelson, C. Christmas, M. Brownell, F. Pepin, R. DeLuca. Second Row, left to right: D. Jensen, M. Brinck, L. Greenfield, J. Johnson, E. Crawford. First Row, left to right: N. Hughes, J. Howe, M. Gordon, J. Hodgson. Second Row, left to right: R. Ford, J. Davis, R. Stowe. Executive Staff First Row, left to right: B. Powell, C. Adams, C. Thomas, A. Benedict, Editor-in-Chief; J. Trask. Second Row, left to right: J. Miles, J. Holmgren, D. Davis. Business Staff First Row, left to right: N. Fletcher, M. Elliot, E. MacGregor, M. Hart, J. Short. Second Row, left to right: A. Weller, K. Doe, K. Carlson, R. Steele. GLEE CLUB The Chorus, under the direc- tion of Mr. Barre, gave its first pre- sentation during the Christmas assembly, when it gave a varied selection of holiday music. It also participated in the Senior Variety Show and in a concert with the Band, March 1 1. Together with the Band it spon- sored a special concert by the Harvard Glee Club in the school auditor ium on February 18, 1955. The officers were as follows: President, John Price; Secretary- Treasurer, Martha Elliot; Librarian, Charlene Slayton; Manager, David Cook. First Row, left to right: M. Letourneau, R, Donahue, J. Samborski, B. Douglas, R. Brunelle, E. Willey. Second Row, left to right: D. Follansbee, D. Flelle, A. Roseen, R, Stowe, W. Cunningham, C Greenfield. Third Row, left to right: R. Lambert, J. Price, P. Adams, D. Cook, D. Christensen, Mr. Barre, Director. or us First Row, left to right: A. Weller, C. Adams, C. Slayton, C. Thomas, T. Mollberg, J. Hodgson, J. Colvin, J. Benson, M. Mooney, J. McGuiggan, J. Jackola, L. Sergent. Second Row, left to right: J. Tuukanen, S. Arlin, P. Drawbridge, J. Maki, S. Thomas, J. Rice, A. Barton, B. Robinson, P. Ross, J. Petitti, V. Smedberg, B. Childs, G. Taylor. Third Row, left to right: B. Gallant, N. Harding, M. Underwood, P. Balcom, M. Bolster, S. lacobson, J. Lyman, J. Johnson, C. Zottoli, K. Gowell, C. Berglund, L. Thoren, A. Smith, D. Yingst, A. Taylor, S. Sperl, J. Horstman, S. Graham, M. Elliott, G. Mann. Fourth Row, left to right: D. Helle, D. Cook, D. Christensen, R. Brunelle, D. Follansbee, J. Price, A. Roseen, R. Lambert, P Adams, Mr Barre, Director; D. Storey, W. Harris, R. Stowe, B. Douglas, E. Willey, J. Samborski, R. Donahue, C. Greenfield, W. Cunningham, M. Letourneau. GERMAN BAND The school Band, under the direc- tion of Mr. Barre, entertained the students of Wachusett on several occasions. The band first won ac- claim when it presented a concert at a school assembly in November. It also played at two home football games, one basketball game, soloed and accompanied numerous acts in the Senior Variety Show, and pre- sented a concert in collaboration with the Glee Club on March 11. In addition, several of its members did solo and ensemble work on different occasions. The officers were President, Karl Benedict; Sec- retary-Treasurer, Cynthia Thomas; Librarian, Nancy Stuart; Manager, John Davis. New musicians meet with Mr. Barre once a week , forming the Junior Bond. Here the members learn to harmonize with their fellow musicians and learn the fundamentals of band composition. As soon as they start playing well enough, they are admitted into the Senior Band. Left to right: D. Yingst, K. Perry, A. Roseen, C. Mollberg, J. Davis. WOODWIND QUARTET Left to right: D. Davis, K. Perry, C. Thomas, N. Stuart. First Row, left to right: K. Perry, C. Slayton, C. Mollberg, D. Yingst, P. Ross, G. Mann, W Henson, W. Waterhouse. Second Row, left to right: W. Lemaire, R. Phelps, -J. Davis, A. Roseen, Mr. Barre, Director; C. Berggren, R Carlson, C. Thomas, N. Stuart. Third Row, left to right: C. Sundstrom, P. Rand, G. Davis, D, Davis, D. Luce, R. Davis. MEMBERS OF THE CAST The major dramatic production of the year was the senior play, presented under the expert supervision of Mr. Barker. The play, chosen by members of the class, was What A Life by Clifford Goldsmith. This play ran on Broadway for several years and was the original play which started the Henry Aldrich series on radio and television. Members of the cast and pro- duction crew worked vigorously to make this a most successful project. The play was presented Thursday and Friday evenings, April 14 and 15. Miss Shea Maryanne Dowd Mr. Nelson Robert Stowe A student C. Laurence Greenfield A student Janice Colvin Mr. Patterson John Davis Miss Pike Cynthia Thomas Bill, a student Dix Davis Miss Eggleston Shirley Bavosi Miss Johnson Nancy Hughes Mr. Vecchitto Howard Rindfleisch Henry Aldrich Carl Sundstrom Barbara Pearson . . . . Donna Jensen Gertie Prudence Buck Mr. Bradley James Miles Miss Wheeler Jean Jackola George Bigelow William Harris Mrs. Aldrich Joan Hodgson Mr. Ferguson Walter Gunderman Mary Margaret Scott Students . . Richard Phelps, Regina Popko, Audrey Weller, Ruth Rondeau, Barbara Nelson, SENIOR PLAY CAST First Row, left to right: R Phelps, C. Sundstrom, J, Miles, W. Gunderman, D. Davis, J. Davis, C. Greenfield, R. Stowe, J. Holmgren. Second Row, left to right: M. Gordon, M. Hart, C. Thomas, R. Rondeau, R. Pop- ko, B, Nelson, A. Weller, S. Bavosi, J. Jackola. Third Row, left to right: N. Hughes, D. Jensen, J. Hodgson, Mr. Barker, Director; M. Dowd, J. Colvin, P. Buck. SENIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF First Row, left to right: M. Kneeland, N. Fletcher, J. Howe, B. Oberg, M. John- son, M. Conrad, M. Gates, J. Horne, F. Griffin. Second Row, left to right: A. Fred- rikson, B. Lupien, F. Pepin, J. Marion, E. MacGregor, B. Myers, E. Crawford, E. Leblanc. Third Row, left to right: G. Colangelo, J. Fisler, R. Goodnow, K. Carl- son, T. Kelton, J. Gibbons, F. Belanger, P. Clark. " ON WITH THE SHCW " - . - Dramatic Club First Row, left to right: J. Mattis, R. Rabinow, J. Johnson, R. Popko, C. Hall, J. Gervasi, M. Trembley, C. Zottoli, B. Robinson, P. Drawbridge. Second Row, left to right: L. Parker, P. Murray, A. Collins, M. Bolster, J. Petitti, J Rice, G. Lundblad, C. Jankowski, J. Hagberg, S. Jacobson, M. Elliot, E. Reed, L. Sergeant. Third Row, left to right: B. Gallant, A. Weller, C. Christmas, S. Nisi, D. Plante, J. Ander- son, J. Fogg, G. Mann, B. Studley, S. Smith, S. Person, M. Smith, S. Newton, L. Cook, L. O ' Janne, E. Wagner. Fourth Row, left to right: M. Lundquist, A. Taylor, N. Harding, M. Gilks, J. Lundin, E. Hinkley, J. Lyman, J. Putnam, K. Gowell, W. Harris, R. Stowe, J. Samborksi, E. Casey, B. Douglas, Mr. Barker, Director. The Dramatic Club, comprised of students from all classes, made its debut at the Christmas assembly, when its members gave a very successful program of choral reading and acting. Under the supervision of Mr. Barker, several one-act plays were presented at assemblies during the school year. Future Farmers of America First Row, left to right: C. Hall, C. Taylor, R. Arm- strong, R. Morrissey, E. Casey, R. Jatrinski, R. Kemp. Second Row, left to right: J. Cunningham, R. Ander- son, R. Holt, N. Jones, K. Korpi, J. Horstrnan, W. Perkins, E. Peters. Third Row, left to right: J. Ny- strom, T. Gould, A. John- son, R. Mason, R. Carey, R. Davis, H. Churchey, G. White, R. Johnson. Monitors Monitors, to be stationed in the corridors between classes, are chosen from each senior home- room by popular vote. Mr. Car- valho is the director of the group. Monitors for 1954-1955 were as follows: Ann Benedict, Janet Ben- son, Kendall Carlson, Philip Clark, Janice Colvin, Maryanne Dowd, Robert Ford, Robert Good- now, Nancy Hughes, Donna Jensen, Joyce Johnson, James Miles, Barbara Nelson, Carl Paharik, Beverly Powell, Ruth Rondeau, Charles Schwarz, Mar- garet Scott, Janet Trask, and Gloria Willis. First Row, left to right: I Colvin, N. Hughes, D. Jensen, B. Nelson, J. Johnson, M. Dowd. Second Row, left to right: B. Powell, G. Willis, A. Benedict, J. Benson, J. Trask, R. Rondeau. Third Row, left to right: R. Ford, J. Miles, C. Paharik, K. Carlson, R. Goodnow, P. Clark. Editors Judith Mclntire Beverly Oberg Assistant Editor Donald Prouty Literary Editor Vida Maddocks Art Editor Janice Marion Sports Editors William Harris Judith Maddocks School Activities Virginia Smedberg Business Manager Beverly Gallant Assistant Manager Joyce Johnson Production Manager Mary Conrad THE WACHUSETT ECHO First Row, left to right: V. Maddocks, J. Maddocks, M. Conrad, B. Oberg, J. Mclntire, V. Smedberg. Second Row, left to right: B. Gallant, J. Marion, G. Prentice, R. Popko, J. Johnson, S. Jacobson, J. Hogberg. Third Row, left io right: D. Prouty, C. Anderson, W. Harris, R. Fournier, R. Donahue. Representatives The Wachusett Echo was the name finally decided upon for the school Senior — Regina Popko paper. It will come out four times a year. Great thanks goes to the staff for Junior — Ronald Fournier their fine work in getting started the first school paper published at W.R.H.S. Sophomore — Sandra Jacobson Special thanks goes to the faculty advisors, Mr. Perry, Miss Carlin, Mrs. Olson Freshman — Robert Donahue and Mr. Bowes, for the time and assistance they have given to make the Wach usett Echo a success. Senior Variety Show On February 10, 1955, the senior class sponsored the Senior Variety Show in the school auditorium. This was a very successful presentation featuring a fine variety of vocalists, instrumentalists, and dancers, with selections by the Band and Chorus. Another large audience was entertained when several members of the Variety Show performed at the Rutland Veterans Hospital later in the year. I Chow down 2:30 Keep to the right: single file, go around, no running!! I lost my locker key . . . again Here we are " Peace and quiet at last” " Cell Block 11 " FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS The Wachusett Mountaineers completed their first football season with a successful 6-1 record. The first victory of the year, a 14-7 triumph over Classical, was an uphill struggle. In the next game, with Notre Dame of Fitchburg, the Wachusett eleven had little trouble picking up a 26-0 vic- tory. In the contest with West- boro, on the fi rst dry day of the season, Wachusett ' s passing attack worked brilliantly to chalk up a third win, 40-13. Auburn proved to be the only team that could stop the Mountaineers aerials, and the VARSIT home team went down to a 1 9-0 defeat. However, led by great line work on the part of Jim Miles, the team bounced back and ripped Uxbridge, 33-12. Wachusett’s passing attack, led by Paharik, Wright and Deck- er, gained the fifth victory — a 34-6 victory over Millbury. The V F00 Mountaineers, keyed up for their last game, went all out and came home with a 39-12 triumph over Mary E. Wells High. Three boys were good enough to make " All County " — Jim Miles, Bud Wright and Pudge Paharik. TBALL First Row, left to right: R. Goodnow, R. Miles, P. Ruggles, J. Decker, R. Henderson, D. Perry, I Miles, H Taylor, R Ford, F. Jennette, W. Peeso, M. Grey. Second Row, left to right: H. Johnson, J. Rogan, K. Johnson, R Steele, R. Flodman, H. Lane, C. Darling, F. Helle, B. Shepherd, V. Keough, C. Paharik, J: Holmgren, W. Harris, D. Trombi, D. Helle, D, Gran- berg, R. Sanders, D. Berry, J. Cunningham, J. Ford. Varsity Basketball First Row, left to right: E. Oldakowski, C. Paharik, J. Decker, D. Berry, S. Howe- Second Row, left to right: R. Bjorklund, S. Amidon, F. Jennette, R. Ford, J. Wright. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Left to right: L. Sergent, B. Anderson, J. Jackola, J. McGuiggan. The Wachusett Mountaineers, assumed to have a very green team this season, ended with a highly successful first year, thanks to the hard work of Coach Sell and the drive of the team. The team got off to a bad start, losing to Webster, 53-46. Bounc- ing back, however, with Bud Wright showing the way with his 14 points, they turned back a bigger Leominster team, 53-43. Then, with a little more experience under their belts, the Mountain- eers revenged their first loss to Webster by a 58-48 score. Deck- er with 20, Ford with 11, and Paharik with 10 were high scorers. The Blackstone Valley League got under way, and Wachusett soon had its first victory, as it easily whipped Northbridge, 48- 24, holding them to five baskets. Led by Joe Decker and Pudge Paharik with 18 and 16 points re- spectively, the Mountaineers made it four in a row as they turned back a scrappy Uxbridge team, 55-51. With Decker, Paharik and Wright showing the way, the Mountaineers picked up a 42-35 victory over Millbury. Then came the game every member of the squad had waited for, Shrews- bury. With great teamwork the Mountaineers squeaked out a 43- 39 victory. In the game with Grafton, Pudge Paharik got a hot hand and picked up 20 points to score a 58-46 victory. Then, in the game with Auburn, Wachusett had one of those nights when nothing goes right. With Stevie Bennett hitting for 29 points, Auburn dealt the home team its second defeat, 66-53. Wachusett then travelled to Westboro, where everybody play- ed and everybody scored to achieve a 65-51 triumph. With Bud Wright ' s drives going for 1 9 points the Mountaineers easily chalked up a 65-58 victory over North- bridge. Uxbridge came from a 20- point deficit and put up a terrific struggle but, led by Wright, Deck- er, and Oldakowski, Wachusett made it 11-2 by a 69-65 score. The Green and White then played host to a hot Millbury club, in which the home team had to score 20 consecutive points to win, 53- 40. Paharik got 17 and Ford 14. Riding high, the team travelled to Shrewsbury and put up a good fight but to no avail; number 3 was lost by a 60-52 count. Wa- chusett rebounded, however, led by Paharik with 17, and easily tip- ped Grafton, 55-42. Seeking re- venge against the only team not beaten, the Mountai neers played host to Auburn and suffered a 55- 51 loss. The last game of the reg- ular season took the team to West- boro, where Bjorkland and Howe showed the way to a 60-42 vic- tory. Wachusett then received an in- vitation to participate in the Clark Tournament and accepted. The first game was with Millbury, who was knocked off, 65-55, as Wright hit 11 and Ford 10. Auburn also won in its first game, so the com- petition was down to the finals — Wachusett vs. Auburn. The game was a thriller right down to the final whistle. At the end the Mountaineers lost, 41-36. High scorers were Ford with 12 and Wright with 9. BUD AMI DON EDOIE CM-DAKOWSKI J. V. BASKETBALL — First Row, left to right: H. Lane, E. Jeffrey, M. Gray, Captain; D. Perry, D. Trombi. Second Row, left to right: H. Dimmick, Manager; B. Carson, R Bluis, T. Blomfelt, H Hiller, D. Bruce, R. Smith, Mr. Flagg, Coach. First Row, left to right: J. Johnson, J. Howe, N. Fletcher, Co-captain; S. Fletcher, Co- captain; M. Brinck, J. Trask. Second Row, left to right: B. Pearson, Manager; J. Forsell, B. Johnson, S. Johnson, K. Manty, C. Majewski. Varsity Basketball The girls ' Varsity basketball team had an excellent season with nine wins and three losses. Nancy and Sally Fletcher were chosen co-captains of the team. The club had three outstanding guards — Janet Trask, Joan Forsell and Shirley Johnson, whose effort and determination won a number of games. Other members of the team were Joyce Howe, Diane Webster, Shirley DeLuca, Grace Tambolleo, Joyce Johnson, Myrna Brinck, Beverly Johnson, Constance Baker, Gail Price, Karen Manty, Carol Majewski and Patricia Hiney. The team will be sorry to lose three seniors — Janet Trask, Nancy Fletcher and Joyce Howe, who have played together for three years. The Junior Varsity, which developed info a very talented club, won all its games. The last victory, won in a two-minute overtime, was especially exciting. Mrs. Moulton and Miss Kuninski contributed some fine coaching to the two squads. Beryl Pearson and Mary Martel I i put in a lot of time and work as managers. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row, left to right: J. Paine, G. Price, C. Don way, P. Hiney, D. Webster, ' C. Baker, S. DeLuca, G. Tambolleo. Second Row, left to right: M. Martelli, R. Stewart, F. Wheeler, F. Quist, J. Larson, D. Cooke, M. Main, D. Martin, Miss Kuninski, Coach. Third Row, left to right: J. Maddocks, P. Hardy, L. Gustafson, M. Adams. Badminton Champions Won by the Junior Class Marie Speckman and Sally Fletcher Vmity Hockey... The girls’ Varsity hockey team had a remarkable season for a newly organized club. They won all their games except two, which were scoreless ties. It is significant to notice that no other team scored against the Wachusett hockey team all season. Nancy Fletcher and Shirley Johnson as captains sparked the team to many vic- tories. Valuable players, who con- tributed much to the team, in- cluded Marcia Gordon, Donna Jensen, Carol Watts, Sally Fletch- er, Joan Forsell, Eleanor Reed, Constance Baker, Shirley Johnson, Beverly Johnson, Nancy Fletcher and Dorothy Mayo. Promising players were Carol Majewski, Karen Manty and Joyce Larson, who, as substitutes, helped win many games. Marcia Gordon, Donna Jensen and Nancy Fletch- er will be leaving the team this year. These girls have been the core of the team and will be great- ly missed. The Junior Varsity possessed some promising players even though they didn’t win all of their games. Praise should go to Maryanne Dowd, Mirrless Underwood, Joyce Howe and Martha Elliot, who did outstanding jobs assisting the teams as managers. A great deal of credit for the victorious season goes to Mrs. Moulton, the Varsity coach, and Miss Kuninski, the Junior Varsity coach. First Row, left to right: E. Hull, C. Donway, P. Hiney, N. Hughes, Second Row, left to right: J. Forsell, C. Baker, E. Reed, B. Johnson. Third Row, left to right: J. Larson, D. Mayo, S. Fletcher, K. Manty, C. Majewski. JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY First Row, left to right: E. Hull, C. Donway, P. Hiney, N. Hughes, M. Martelli, M. Oliver, D. Webster. Second Row, left to right: L. Ruggles, A. Rogers, B. Oberg, B. Anderson, J. Wasson, J. Gibson. Third Row, left to right: L. Sellig, E. Ruggles, J. Lyman, P. Hardy. 71 , ian Ks memories We, the Staff of the Wachusett Yearbook, wish to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the following, who have made the publication of this first annual possible: MR. GORDON M. THOMAS For his understanding and support in all our undertakings. MRS. FRANCES C. CREAMER For the time and effort she devoted to helping the business staff. MISS LEOTA E. SCHOFF For her patience and assistance in preparing the written material. MR. GREGORY F. BOWES For his suggestions in planning the cover design. MR. JOHN BUSHONG, Bushong Studios, Worcester For his expert photography and fine spirit of co-operation. MR. RUSSELL C. KNIGHT of The Stobbs Press, Inc. For the benefit of his wide experience in the arranging and printing of quality yearbooks. {7 nn dzJr)eneJici EDITOR-IN-CHIEF — THE WACHUSETT ' 55 dverhsers On behalf of the First Class graduated from the Wachusett Regional High School, we, of the Yearbook Business Staff, wish to express appreciation to our advertisers who have helped so much to defray the cost of publishing our Nineteen Fifty-Five Senior Class Yearbook. " No W orries " with our regular delivery service STERLING ICE FUEL CO. ICE — RANGE and FUEL OIL BLUE COAL and NEW ENGLAND COKE J. A. 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Phone VA 9-4417 RADIO TELEVISION Sales and Service WE SERVICE ALL MAKES AND MODELS COMPLIMENTS OF HENRY A. DEPATSY " Builder of Fine Homes ' ’ WEST BOYLSTON Telephone TE 5-3027 Robert J. Griffin MOBIL GAS - TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES GENERAL REPAIRS and ROAD SERVICE Pomma gussett Road, Route 56 — Rutland Telephone TU 6-4376 HOLDEN CASH MARKET J. S. KILLELEA, Prop. MEATS, GROCERIES PROVISIONS 1148 MAIN STREET Telephone VA 9-4421 H. B. LARRABEE SON ESTABLISHED 1929 Aluminum Combination Windows and Doors JALOUSIE PORCHES Metal Weatherstripping 111 SHREWSBURY STREET WEST BOYLSTON Telephone TE 5-3923 BIGELOW’S H. K. Bigelow Rutland Market, Inc. RUTLAND GENERAL CONTRACTOR ★ ▲ RUTLAND Cleightoii Farms " Drink a Toast To Your Health ivith Our Guernsey Milk ” H. L. and W. S. JORDAN Tel. TU 6-4259 Tel. PL 2-3115 MARTHA I. FRIBERG TEACHER OF PIANO STUDIO — 1161 MAIN STREET HOLDEN ADULTS. BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED Home Phone: TE 2-2018 MANUFACTURING SUPPLIES, Inc. 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TEXACO STATION HOLDEN COMPLIMENTS OF WEST BOYLSTON SUPER MARKET The new home of REAL ITALIAN CLUB SANDWICHES Telephone TE 5-3086 OPEN — 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. R. E. Chapman Co. Artesian and Gravel Packed Wells for Hemes - Farms - Industries - Towns 33 NORTH ALAIN ST. OAKDALE Telephone TE 5-3727 WARREN S MARKET 160 DOYLE ROAD Dial PL 2-8862 COMPLIMENTS OF NEVER-FAIL PRODUCTS WEST BOYLSTON Frank M. Comfort Water Pumping Equipment Sales - Service - Installation — FREE ESTIMATES — PLASTIC PIPE and FITTINGS PRESSURE TANKS 39 HOSMER STREET — OAKDALE Telephone TE 5-372G COMPLIMENTS OF MATTSON ' S GREENHOUSES HOLDEN COMPLIMENTS OF SKANDIA BAKING CO. HERBERT ERIC LINDSTROM BULLARD STREET — HOLDEN Electrical Wiring and Repairs Richard E. Gardner Licensed Electrician Telephone TE 5-3384 181 GOODALE STREET WEST BOYLSTON ESTABLISHED 1924 EDWIN H. JOHNSON SONS PLUMBING £ HEATING CONTRACTORS WACHUSETT STREET — HOLDEN Telephone VA 9-4762 PETIT FUR SALON Fur Remodeling - Repairing - Storage Furs Individually Designed 12 WORCESTER STREET — WEST BOYLSTON CHAFFIN ' S GARAGE, Inc. ZOTTOLI BROS. CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE 512 MAIN STREET — HOLDEN COMPLIMENTS OF OAKDALE REST HOME Compliments of H. P. Hood Sons ICE CREAM DIVISION C -5 BECKER JUNIOR COLLEGE of Business Administration and Secretarial Science A CAREER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS WORCESTER Associate in Science degree — Day Division Programs — Accounting Commercial Journalism Retail Merchandising Administrative Secretarial Executive Secretarial Secretarial Finishing Business Administration Medical Secretarial Stenographic Secretarial Transfer privileges with many leading colleges COEDUCATIONAL — DORMITORIES — ATHLETICS — PLACEMENT SERVICE — Catalog on Request — Compliments of E. M. LOEW ' S West Boylston Drive-in BECKLUND ' S CHAFFINS SPECIALTY SHOP OPPOSITE CHAFFINS SCHOOL Dial VA 9-4685 Postal Station No. 1 POTTER S GREENHOUSE Growers of Fine Flowers for Any Occasion WORCESTER STREET — WEST BOYLSTON Telephone TE 5-3831 CHRISTOS MARKET MEATS - GROCERIES - PROVISIONS Dial PL 4-7778 Free Delivery COMPLIMENTS OF PERMA-GUIDE CO., Inc. OAKDALE Specialists in SILVER SOLDERING S BRAZING Compliments of H. R. Prescott Sons, Ine. Water Works Supplies 165 HARTWELL STREET WEST BOYLSTON Telephone TE 5-4431 Success and Best Wishes . . . N. Salerno and Sons Tony - Geno - Danny IF or c ester s Most Modern Jewelry Store Gifts for all Occasions 96 SHREWSBURY STREET WORCESTER Telephone PL 2-0598 or TE 5-3883 Special Dicount Privileges For All Wachusett Regional High Seniors and Students HOLDEN FARMERS SUPPLY H. ZOTTOLI, Prop. Lumber - Building Material - Paint -Grain Farm Supplies - G.E. Appliances HOLDEN COMPLIMENTS OF CROSSROADS RESTAURANT WEST BOYLSTON Harry DeWolfe Smith 161 GOODALE STREET WEST BOYLSTON Plumbing and Heating Telephone TE 5-3679 — FREE ESTIMATES — COMPLIMENTS OF SUNOCO SERVICE STATION 359 SOUTH MAIN STREET — HOLDEN Dial VA 9-4484 BEE ' S SHOP YARNS - CROCHET COTTONS - CARDS NYLONS . SCHOOL SUPPLIES - NOTIONS 49 CENTRAL STREET — WEST BOYLSTON Telephone TE 5-331G COMPLIMENTS OF ANTHONY ARNOLD CO. WEST BOYLSTON CHAFFIN FARM MARKET FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES Fresh Native ROASTERS and FRYERS APPLES BULK ICE CREAM Corner of Shrewsbury Main Sts., Holden TABLES ORNAMENTAL WORK Telephone TE 5-3956 Taylor Doe Foundry Bronze - Aluminum - Gray Iron Semi-Steel Castings Manufacturers of MATCH PLATES WOOD and METAL PATTERNS HOWARD SOUTHWORTH, Production Consultant WORCESTER ST. — WEST BOYLSTON W e write all lines of Insurance: • FIRE • PREMISES LIABILITY • BURGLARY THEFT • BOILER • AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY PROPERTY DAMAGE • AUTOMOBILE EIRE, THEFT COLLISION • PLATE GLASS • PERSONAL ACCIDENT • LIFE INSURANCE ROBERT DEA - INSURANCE OFFICE 1135 MAIN STREET — HOLDEN Wachusett Country Club Compliments Dancing Saturday Nights 0 f Banquets - Weddings - Outings A Friend Call TE 5-9474 Wachusett Artesian Well Co., Ine. Bartlett- Artesian Wells - Screen Wells Colvin Press SERVICE ANYWHERE Ine. CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES Industrial and Telephone TE 5-3201 Creative Printing PUMPS - SALES and SERVICE 25 FOSTER STREET WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY " Known wherever there are Sc hools and Colleges " CLASS RINGS and PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS - DIPLOMAS - PERSONAL CARDS CLUB INSIGNIA - MEDALS and TROPHIES REPRESENTATIVE: MR. WILLJ r M R. ROWAN — ATTLEBORO, MASS. BOOSTERS JOHN DEERE FARM MACHINERY, Sterling HAMILTON HARDWARE, Clinton GOULD ' S MEN ' S SHOP, Clinton THE FLOWER BARN, Sterling HELENE SEIFIET BULLARD, Sterling CHARLIE ' S CALSO STATION, Sterling ZOLL S PHOTO HOBBY SHOP, Clinton F, G. STOWERS CO., Clinton SULLIVAN ' S MARKET, Paxton PAXTON SPA, Paxton MR. ROBERT BRUCE, Paxton BELCHER ' S FLORIST SHOP, Barre LOUIE ' S BARBER SHOP, Rutland MR. JOSEPH W. BRITTON, Barre TONY ' S BARBER SHOP, Rutland MR. MRS. WILLIAM TEMPLE, Rutland GLADYS ' BEAUTY SHOPPEE, Rutland DR. MRS. KARL T. BENEDICT, W. Boylston CARSON ' S JENNEY STATION, W. Boylston CENTRAL BEAUTY SHOP, W. Boylston EDDIE ' S FRUIT STAND, W. Boylston CITY SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE, Holden MONTROSE DAIRY, W. Boylston RAMSTROM ' S SERVICE STATION, W. Boylston DR. MRS. ALEXANDER F. SCHWARZ, Rutland BARRE DRUG, Barre E wish to express our sincere appreciation for the opportunity of printing this first volume of the WACHUSETT yearbook. THE PRESS, A NAME IN PRINTING FOR OVER SEVENTY-FIVE 25 FOSTER STREET • WORCESTER 8, MASSACHUSETTS I N C ♦ YEARS Facilities for DINNERS - PARTIES - BANQUETS DANCES - OUTINGS DINE HERE DAILY GOLFING ENJOY . . . BADMINTON EXCELLENT CUISINE TENNIS OWNED AND OPERATED BY CLARE E. FAIRCHILD DEVELOPER OF BRENTWOOD ESTATES and BRENTWOOD VILLAGE MEMBER OF MASSACHUSETTS GOLF ASSOCIATION


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