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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JUDITH THURBERG
LITERARY EDITOR SANDRA TACKE
LITERARY CO-EDITOR DIANNE TIGUE
ART JEANETTE ENGLISH
TYPING CECILLE ANIELLO
PUBLICITY MARGARET STEVENS
PATRONS LINDA FREDERICK
SPORTS DANIEL LEV ANGIE
“Now what do you want!”
It is with much respect that we, the “Echo” staff, dedicate the 1963
“Echo” to Mr. William Buckley. Although he has been the principal
at Holbrook High School for only two years, this short period of time
has been sufficient to show us that we at our school are fortunate to
be under his leadership.
A principal’s main duty is to administrate; his own personality is
the factor which dictates the remainder of his tasks and interests.
Mr. Buckley’s work as principal is never left behind him as he leaves
school, for he takes a special interest in every one of Holbrook High’s
students. This attention is shown in several ways. He believes in
disciplining pupils in order that they may attain the realization that
life beyond school calls for a great deal of self-restraint and self-
control. One form of teaching discipline is his display of good sports-
manship at athletic competitions.
Mr. Buckley exhibits a tremendously appreciated quality in his
ability and willingness to discuss any problems a student may have.
It is this facet of his personality that makes him so well-liked by the
students. We believe that we have matured under his guidance and
have learned the importance of accepting and fulfilling responsi-
bility. It is our hope that Mr. Buckley will remain with us for many
Sincere congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1963!
If you abide by the following quotation, I believe you will live a full and happy
life; “What we make of our lives depends on the decisions we make daily. Right
living depends on right choices. It is up to us and no one else. We in America
have the power of choice. Every day we are faced with new decisions, and our
health, success, and happiness depend on how we decide.” Carl E. Holmes
Very sincerely yours.
I. Douglass Reade
Superintendent of Schools
It is with a great deal of pride and
satisfaction that I have followed the Class
of 63’s progress through the last four
years. Your excellent standards of leader-
ship are ones worthy of any underclass-
man’s pursuit. Your work as a team, not
as ninety-two separate units, in your class
functions has always been with results
quite extraordinary. I can only say that it
has been a pleasure working with you
scholastically, athletically, and socially;
and I hope I have been able to help each
of you, in any way, toward the attain-
ment of your goal in life.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hartshorn
“Order is a lovely thing .
Mr. Robert W. Mulloy
“The final test of a leader is
that he leaves . . . the convic-
tion and will to carry on . . .”
My sincere congratulations to the class of 1963
on their graduation from Holbrook High School.
Having had the pleasure of observing them for
these past two years, 1 can sincerely say that their
academic and social growth has been of superior
nature, and that they have given every evidence
of bringing nothing but credit to themselves and
to the school in the future. The memory of the
accomplishments of this class should certainly
serve as very worthwhile goals to be achieved by
the present and future classes of this school.
After three years at Holbrook High School we enter
our senior year with mixed emotions. The pride of be-
ing a senior is overshadowed by the realization of what
it actually means. Our class is about to be separated
into individuals, each of whom must make his own way
in this world. Because of our leadership at Holbrook
High School, however, we are all prepared for this task.
The efforts of our teachers and the countless hours
spent laboring over books have not been in vain.
Our time at Holbrook High has sped perhaps a little
faster than we might wish. Our memories, however,
will always have a place for Holbrook. How much we
enjoyed our cake sales, class dances, sports events, and
even elections! Who will ever forget the Junior Prom?
That “One Night of Dreams” happens only once in
Holbrook High School has also given to us many
lasting friendships which will endure long after gradu-
We are much in debt to Holbrook, but we will not
fully appreciate this fact until we have finished our role
as high school students. In future years, when we rem-
inisce about our times in high school, we will realize
that the years spent at Holbrook were four of the best
in our lives. All of our good times will be left behind at
graduation; the joys, the tears will all be things of the
When in the future we pause before the red brick
building on South Franklin Street, we can be proud to
say “That’s where I went to school.”
Robert Musmanno, Treasurer; Charles Costanza, Vice Presi-
dent; Dean Carlson, President; Mr. Bouchard, Head Advisor.
DEAN H. CARLSON Dino CHARLES COSTANZA Chuck
“Courage is to feel the daily daggers of relentless steel, “Honor and truth and manhood.” — Olson
ROBERT A. MUSMANNO Moose
“A penny saved is a penny got.” — Fielding
RUTH K. LEMACK Ruthie
“And you couldn’t help from dancing if your feet were
bound with twine.” — Dunbar
PHILIP S. ALDEN Phil
“Nothing is little to him that fells it with great sen-
sibility.” — Johnson
LAURA B. ANDRUS Tongue
“Cheerful looks make every dish a feast . . . which
crowns all welcome.” — Massenger
CECILLE M. ANIELLO
“The indissolable connection of beauty and goodness.”
KATHLEEN M. ARSENAULT Kathy
“Friends are born not made.” — Adams
L. CLIFTON BAKER Cliff DONALD BERGERON Don
“Give a man a boat he can sail.” — Thomson “Laugh and the world laughs with you.” — Wilcox
DAVID J. BIRKENHEAD Birkey CAROL M. BOUCHER
“Man and boy stood cheering by “Perseverance in disguise . . .’’—Austin
And home we brought you shoulder high.”- — Houseman
MARILYN A. BRETT Mai
“I say the whole earth and all the stars in the sky are
for religion’s sake.” — Whitman
RALPH A. CAIN
“Laugh and be well.” — Green
JOHN A. BUDD
“Few things are impossible to diligence and skies.”
PAMELA T. CALWAY Pam
“Always true and faithful as can be.” — Braley
JANET A. CORMIER
“She speaketh not, and yet there lies
A conversation in her eyes.” — Longfellow
MARGARET A. CUMMINGS
“There is a garden in her face
Where roses and white lilies blow.” — Campion
LOUIS DiTULLIO Louie
“Always leave them laughing when you say goodbye.”
LAURIE A. DOLLIVER
“Happiness is the supreme object of existence.”
ALBERT J. DUBE Al
“Talk happiness.” — Wilcox
ROBERT W. DUNCAN Bob
“As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life.”
JANICE Y. DYER Jan
“Good natured and cheerful . . — Franklin
SANDRA E. ELDRIDGE Sandi
“Knowledge is power.” — Bacon
JO ANN C. EISNOR
“She smiled and the shadows departed . . — Symonds
GAYLE F. ENELLA
“For the love of laughter . . — Shakespeare
LINDA J. FREDERICK
“Manner, not gold, is woman’s best adornment.”
DAVID A. FRENCH Dave
“Let me sleep on, and do not wake me yet.”
JAMES ERENCH Jim
“Science is vastly . . . stimulating to the imagina-
tion . . .” — Haldane
THOMAS J. GIBBONS Tom
“. . . One arm to hear a gun, . . .” — Schneckenburger
HOWARD M. GILSON Howie
“He had talents equal to business . . — Tacitus
DENNIS A. HALEY
. . The cheerful ways of men . . — Milton
FRANCES M. GROSS Fran
“Art is man’s nature; nature is God’s art.” — Bailey
ROBERT J. HAMILL Bob
“What is well done is done soon enough.” — Sallusti
ROBERT W. HANSEN Bob
“Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places
of the soul.” — Plato
LAURETTA J. HASKELL
“Silence sweeter is than speech.” — Craik
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MYRNA L. HEADLEY
“The smile that won’t come off.” — Wells
“Oh, to be in England.” — Browning
MARY ANN HICKEY
“Art has for its purpose the transmission ... of the
DAVID E. HILL Dave
“We must eat to live and live to eat.” — Fielding
DONNA M. HILL
“Flowing fountains were the ripples of her hair.”
MARIE E. HILLSTROM
“A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of
N ature .” — Emerson
ROBERT E. HOBSON Hobby
“On with the dance — let joy be unconfined . . — Byron
NANCY A. HOOD Hanc
. . singing when 1 feel inclined to.” — Belloc
FRANCIS HOPCROFT Jerry
“Liberty of thought is the life of the soul.” — Voltaire
HARRY J. HOPCROFT Crophet
“High aims form high character.” — Edwards
BONNIE JOCELYN Bon Bon
. . daylight in the mind and fills it with a steady and
perpetual serenity.” — Addison
JOHN J. KELLEHER Jack
“Gladness of heart is the life of man, and the joyful-
ness of a man prolongeth his day.” — Bible
WALTER KENT Waldo KAREN E. LENTZ
“Humor is emotional chaos remembered in tranquility.” “The way to be happy is to make others so.” Ingersoll
DANIEL P. LEVANGIE Dan
“Every man is the builder of a temple called his body.”
RONALD E. LOGUE Ronnie
“Write me as one who loves his fellowmen.” — Hunt
ROBERT H. LIVELY
“He called the flowers . . ,
ELIZABETH MAGALDI Betty
“. . . cheerfulness keeps up a kind of delight in the
mind, and fills it with . . . serenity.” — Addison
ROBERT McKEAN Bob
“Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and
so do I.” — Anonymous
CLAUDIA A. McCLAREN Claud
“There is no genius in life like the genius of energy
and activity.” — Mitchell
ALEIDA R. MALLOCH Lee
“Work thou for pleasure . . . carve the thing thou
lovest . . — Cox
RICHARD A. McCORMACK Richie
“As many men, so many minds; every one his own
way.” — Terence
PAUL W. McKENNA Raid
“Surprise me if you can; I am a merry jester.” — Lang
C. SUSAN NICKERSON Sue
“Sincerity is the face of the soul . . — Dukay
RICHARD G. NEILSON Dick
“The one who leaves is happier than those he leaves
behind.” — Longfellow
CAROL E. OLIVERIO
“For we that live to please must please to live.”
DIANE M. O'LOUGHLIN Kit
“Three silences there are . . . speech . . . desire . . .
DONALD P. PERKINS Don
“Calm of mind . . — Milton
GERALD M. QUINN
“A little work, a little play,
To keep us going . . — DuMaurier
Jerry JANET M. REPETTI Jan
“An outward and visible sign of an inward and spir-
itual grace.” — Catechism
HELEN V. SCOTT Scotty
“There’s nothing worth the wear of winning.
But laughter and the love of friends.” — Belloc
DONNA L. SHIPMAN
“Life is not life at all without delight.” — Kersey
“Let us live, then, and be glad . . .” — Igetur
WILLIAM H. SHORT Bill
“True humor springs not more from the head than
from the heart.” — Carlyle
MARIE L. SIMON NANCY C. SMITH
“A kind heart is a fountain of gladness . . — Irving “Diligence is the mother of good fortune.”— Cervantes
SHARYN H. SMITH Sherri
“Joy to forgive and joy to be forgiven . . — Garnett
EUGENE L. SNOW Gene
“Though I am always in haste, I am never in a hurry.”
SUSAN C. SPECTOR Spook
“A cheerful heart lives long.” — Shakespeare
CONSTANCE E. STEWART Connie
“In quietness and in confidence be our strength;”
MARGARET M. STEVENS Stevie
“Little words of kindness . . .
Help to make earth happy . . .” — Carney
DENIS J. SULLIVAN
“There is always a best way of doing everything . . .”
wit.”— Addison —Plutarch
LINDA A. TAYLOR
“A little time for laughter . . — Marston
JUDITH A. THURBERG Judy
“Wisdom is of the soul, is not susceptible of proof, is
its own proof.” — Whitman
GREGORY von BERG Greg
“No man . . . ever wrote except for money.” — Johnson
“His wit invites you by his looks to come . . — Cowper
VINCENT C. VIOLANDI Vin
“A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explana-
tion.” — Saki
MARY C. WALSH Mare
“Honesty . . . kindness as large and as plain as a
prairie wind.” — Benet
PAMELA M. WOODMAN Pam
“The happy moments that my days compose.”
MARILYN J. WOLD Mold
“The best of healers is good cheer.” — Pindar
G. PAUL WEIAND
“Why is it no one ever sent me yet
One perfect limousine . . .” — Parker
ANTHONY C. ZIRILLI Tony
“Preserve me from unseasonable and immoderate
sleep.” — Johnson
Laurie Dolliver, Judith Thurberg, Carol Boucher, Cecille Aniello, Myrna ‘"y*
Lft. Robert Duncan, John Budd, Mary Walsh, Linda Frederick, Laura Andrus, Priscilla Cal-
way, Marilyn Brett, Karen Lentz.
Mr. Donald Mahanor, Miss Rita Johnsen, Mr. Rene Bouchard, Head Advisor; Mr. Donald
“Land of Heart’s Desire
Where beauty has no ebb,
decay no flood,
But joy is wisdom. Time
an endless song” — Yeats
The junior prom fulfilled the words we have quoted.
For weeks an air of excitement had prevailed among
the students. After much work and patience on the
students’ part, the very special night finally arrived.
As each couple was ushered into the cafeteria, the
world about them changed from reality to fantasy.
They were now in a “castle in the clouds.” The ceiling
had been transformed into a heavenly blue sky and
soft lights shone through, giving the whole room a noc-
Now only the crowning of the queen was needed to
make this evening complete. Her throne awaited the
moment when it would graciously receive her.
The coronation time arrived and happily Cecille
Aniello, the queen, and her escort Gene Snow, the
king, took their seats upon the throne. Janet Holden
and Linda Frederick were chosen as her regal at-
“Tis not the weight of jewel or plate . . . Tis the spirit in which the gift is rich . . .” — Cook
“Strew on her roses, roses . . — Arnold
“I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls . . .’’—Bunn
. . kings upon their coronation day.” — Dryden
. . the glories of a throne.” — Bell
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
They called her a witch,
but we know better.
Witchcraft and legerdemain were the order of the day as the senior class pre-
sented Bell, Book, and Candle, a play written by John Van Druten. The play was
a satire on witchcraft and afforded many opportunities to test the abilities of the
members of the cast. Bell, Book and Candle was spiced with moments of humor
which were not lost in the audience, judging by their reaction.
Many strenuous hours were put into the preparation of this play, but the results
were very worth while. Miss Rosemary Driscoll, our director, was of valuable aid in
this production as were the behind-the-scenes crew who devotedly assisted in mak-
ing Bell, Book, and Candle a dramatic success.
Only our make-up staff
knows for sure. — Laura
Andrus, Miss Rosemary
Driscoll, Susan Spector.
“I won’t be nervous!
I won’t be nervous. I
won’t . . .” — Laura Andrus,
Robert Duncan, James
What say, What say; An
Emmy for this cat! —
Laura Andrus and
“Gill, you’re a marvel . .
James Connelly, Francis
Hopcroft, Robert Duncan,
Laura Andrus, Sandra
“Among them, but not of
them . . — Byron
“Gill, why are you dodging
this . .
“My, but your
nose is cold . .
“How about offering a poor
author a glass of Christmas
cheer . .
MOST LIKELY TO
The senior superlatives are the class’s opportunity to give recog-
nition to some of its members for outstanding achievements or for
characteristics by which they are known. These superlatives com-
prise the nucleus of the seniors, for there could not be a class as a
unit without comedians, athletes, or scholars. It is mainly through
these students that the class is recognized as a homogeneous mixture
of young people.
Waldo Kent MOST MUSICAL
BEST ALL AROUND
FOR THE CLASS
Louis Di Tullio
All Time Hit
Male Vocal Group
Female Vocal Group
Female Underclassman . . . Debbie Colburn
Male Underclassman . . . Kevin Carroll
T. V. Program
T. V. Personality
Blue & White
Problems of Democracy
Mr. Bouchard, Mr. Salvucci
“Men are never so likely to settle a question rightly as when
they discuss it freely.” — Babington
“Pride is an established convic-
tion of one’s own paramount
worth in some particular re-
spect . . — Schopenhauer
“Pleasantest of all ties is the tie of
hostess . . — Aeschylus
“The pomps and vanity of this world.” — Catechism
“Let observation with extensive view
survey mankind . . — Johnson
“He had read much, but his contemplation was much more
. . — Aubrey
“ Tis sweet to know there is an
eye will mark our coming, and
look brighter when we come.”
“The soul selects his own society,
then shuts the door.” — Dickinson
“The hat is the ultimum moriens of respectability.” — Holmes
Do you take empties?
Ruth Lemack, Laura Andrus, Claudia McClaren
The senior class bottle drive was one
of the class’s many fund-raising activities.
Thousands of bottles were returned to the
stores as quickly as they were brought to
the central collection area. After several
days of hard work and a certain amount
of fun, the project was completed and
scores of door bells were once more al-
lowed to rest.
Do we have to sort them?
Bob Musmanno, Claudia McClaren,
Oh, I wish they were full!
'"v ’^V V-
Miss Rita I. Johnsen
Chairman — English
“TTie pursuit of the perfect .
Mr. John Spillane
English and Social Studies
“Don’t sell America short.” — Morgan
We at Holbrook High School are very fortunate
to obtain our education under the guidance of a
capable teaching staff. Our instruction has been
twofold. We have gradually acquired more knowl-
edge in the courses offered at school and have also
progressed in other areas. Through our teachers
we have been made more aware of the problems
which face us in everyday life. Holbrook’s faculty
have also proven themselves understanding by re-
alizing that extra-curricular activities are an in-
tegral part of our school life and by assisting us in
these areas. Under their direction, students at our
school have continually matured mentally, physic-
ally, and socially.
Mr. Irwin A. Cohen
. a definition of a gentle-
man.” — Newman
Mr. Edward V. Dolbeare
“As good-natured a soul as e’er
trod . . — Cervantes
Mr. Stanley W. Sikorsky
“He reads chiefly . . . the his-
tory which belongs to the Na-
tion that sets it forth.” — Beech-
Mrs. Eleanor W. Prime
Chairman — Business
“Echo again the words
Mr. Arthur G. Cullati
“Science is . . . more stimulat
ing to the imagination . .
Mr. Edward H. Silva
Mr. James R. Halpin
“. . . He rises by lifting others.
Mr. Samuel J. Vangel
“There is a certain blend of
courage, integrity, character,
and principle . . .” — Adamic
Mr. Edward M. Barrett
“A teacher affects eternity .
Mrs. Irene G. Trombley
“Can we ever have too much
of a good thing?” — Cervantes
Mr. Nathan Chancey
“Words that are weighty .
Mr. Robert B. Gildea
Director of Athletics
“My wants are many .
Mr. Rene J. Bouchard
Chairman — Social Studies
. . He can never tell where
his influence stops.” — Adams
Mrs. Grace O. Kindelan
“That action is best which pro-
cures the greatest happiness
for the greatest numbers.”
Mr. Robert N. Kindelan
“Art is man’s nature.” — Bacon
Mr. Harold W. Martell
“None but himself can be his
parallel.” — Theobald
Mr. Donald M. Harrington
“If the world’s a vale of tears,
smile, till rainbows span it.”
Miss Alice Lawrence
. . cheerfulness keeps up a
kind of daylight in the mind
. . — Addison
Mr. John J. Walsh
“Hard work gives us . . . peace
to the mind.” — Lubbock
Mrs. Helen M. Wood
Chairman — Language
“No pleasure is comparable to
the standing upon the vantage-
ground of truth.” — Bacon
Mr. John W. Fitzgerald
“. . . a searcher . . . obedient
to the command of truth . . .”
Mrs. Dorothy M. Brennan
. . press with vigour (sic)
on.” — Doddridge
Mrs. Marguerite L. Facey
“Health ... is victory.”
Miss Margaret G. Hines
Director — Glee Club
“Singing when I felt inclined
to.” — Belloc
Mr. William J. Leanues
“I wish our clever young poets
would remember my . . . defi-
nitions of prose and poetry
. . .” — Coleridge
Mr. Francis J. Buckley
Director — Band
“A tune is more lasting than
the voice of the birds . . .”
Miss Rosemary R. Driscoll
. . the reading of useful and
entertaining authors.” — Addison
Mr. Norman T. Swain
“He is that part of the universe
that asks the question . .
Miss Valerie A. Wesson
“Good nature is
in conversation .
Mr. Donald P. Mahanor
“Mirth is like a flash of light-
ning . . .” — Addison
Miss Kathryn Megley
“The desire of knowledge . . .
increases with the acquisition
of it.” — Steine
Mr. John F. Cotter
“Learn while you’re young, he
often said . . — Arnold
Mr. Frederick Sutherland
“. . . Shout out your numbers
loud and strong . . — Gruber
Mr. Donald V. Salvucci
“Histories make men wise . . .”
Dianne Tigue, Vice President; Deborah Colburn, President; Mary Jane Rashleigh, Treasurer;
Linda Minigan, Secretary.
Joseph Carew, Joseph Loud, George Sarafinas, Jean Griffin, Natalie Luti, Barbara Ward,
Jean Tucker, Judith Cain, Linda Cormier, Kathleen Flynn, Ellen Gibbs.
The junior year is one in which most students undergo a significant change in
their attitude toward school.
This being our first year as upperclassmen, we began to realize how fast gradua-
tion is approaching, and we are reminded of the many responsibilities that the
next year will hold for us. However, before looking to the future, we will always
remember our year as juniors: football games, hard work, and our memorable prom.
We hope that we have put forth our best effort in the past months and expect
to make the most of the opportunities Holbrook High School will offer us as
Mr. Arthur Cullati, Miss Elna
Knutson, Mr. William Leanues,
Head Advisor; Mrs. Dorothy
Brennan, Mr. John Fitzgerald.
Row One: E. Jameson, G. Williams, L. Sawyer, R. VanBuskirk, W. Stephenson, K. Carroll,
P. Facey, J. O’Brien, R. Griffith, K. Hibbard, R. Vincent, K. Schneider, P. Stevens, T. George,
D. Willis, D. Myers, J. Nugent, R. Hobson, R. Pitts, J. Smith, C. Maclean, W. Laundry, H.
Kaplan, R. Perella, R. Gross, P. Sandberg, T. Saharnis. Row Two: P. Dennehy, J. Tucker,
L. Cormier, D. Williams, M. Smith, D. Shawnessy, P. Steinburg, K. Flynn, D. Tigue, E.
Gibbs, E. Lynch, E. Davis, K. Spillane, M. Gartland, B. Sullivan, J. Levangie, N. Carmichael,
J. English, C. Manley, A. McMorrow, N. Munroe, V. Skinner, M. Perzan, M. Annis, A. Land,
K. Lyman, K. Smith, F. Pitts, K. Thomas, P. Ellard, B. Gorell, A. Cosindas, C. Gowin, L.
Pugh, V. Myers, L. Sheldon, S. Payne, J. Lewis, J. McBride, M. Cole, K. Scribner, E. Mc-
Closkey, C. Yeisley.
Row One: G. Sarafinas, J. Loud, M. Burke, G. Marsh, P. Hogan, W. Hess,
B. Selig, C. White, J. Demarest, L. Woodman, H. Bethune. Row Two: T.
Tagliaferro, A. Collier, S. Boudreau, M. J. Rashleigh, S. Minden, J. Carter,
K. Nihtila, J. Cain, B. Ward, D. Colburn, D. Waite, J. Giblin, L. Minigan,
J. Griffin, A. Vater, N. Luti, S. Alden, D. Donna, J. Beltramini.
. . those grimaces called laughter.” — Hobbes
Much strength and much concentration
“Once upon a midnight
drearv.” — Poe
A graceful leap
into the air; a
I’m in control here!
Are you serious?
Throw fear to the fire
What eerie shapes haunt our ceiling?
Ron- One: T. Ahern, J. Ruccolo, W. Bayer. C. Magnarelli, A.
Card. R. Cartullo, L. Cartiillo, A. Lively. L. Hamilton, S.
•Abrams. B. Devvhurst. Ron- Tn-o: R. Tatem. Mattson, S. Besse,
S. Baron. R. Russo, M. Redmond, A. Mack. P. Uva, D. Coco-
mazzi. M. Gibbs. K. Wilson, E. Bury. Ron- Three: R. Hobson.
P. Healey. F. Norian. R. Derome. A. Novak. K. O'Brien, A.
Hoban. J. Richards. S. Cain. K. Francis. B. Plaice. Ron- Four:
.1. Simmons. J. Sorocco, H. Matson, R. Wilbur. T. O'Connell.
C. Pitts, K. Vincent. C. Chute. B. Koltov, J. Shea. M. Smith,
P. McCabe. Ron- Five: H. Franklin, D. Hadfield. R. Bennett,
J. Moulton. L. Bertino. L. Smith. K. Tantillo, G. Villiard,
G. Montgomery, C. Krishfield, K. O'Sullivan. Ron- Six:
J. McNealy. E. Allen, W. Holden, M. Murphy, R. Crawford,
D. Esty. S. Arnold, L. Batstone. L. Maus. J. Fisher, J. Mac-
Donald. E. Barry. Ron- Seven: P. Lindblad, P. Gilbert, F. Mc-
Peck. R. McLean. R. Savoy. C. Phillips, S. Filkins. L. Ferrini,
K. Bryan. D. McLean. J. Barta. Ron- Eight: D. Clark, J. Cum-
mings. D. Troxell. R. DiBona. T. Spearin. C. Power, C. Os-
ward. A. Esty. C. Dance, P. Brown, B. Baldwin, L. Simmons.
Ron- Nine: J. Hartshorn, M. Magnussen, M. Darcy, K. Crowe,
A. Richards, D. Cohen, L. Weiner, E. Johnson, B. Kraus, M.
Joyce. J. Towns. Ron- Ten: R. Berman, R. Jensen, S. Pacuska,
R. Lafond, K. Densmore. P. Giblin, M. Wilson, J. Spinney, D.
Galotta, S. Smith. N. Blanchard. Ron- Eleven: W. Osgood. R.
Hylen. M. Boczanowski. E. Weatherby, R. Burk, K. Cragin,
J. Szum, A. Nunes, G. Croll, P. Hogan, H. Sullivan. Row
Twelve: R. Myers, M. Sullivan, J. Cole, J. Keay, C. Hillstrom,
M. lerardi, M. Arnone, C. Brown. C. Blaise, B. McGrath, S.
Cragin, J. Arsenault. Ron- Thirteen: D. Hopcroft, W. Post, D.
Peterson, N. Giddens, C. Gearin, C. Palmer, D. McTernon, L.
Cedrone, C. Harrington, S. Wold, R. Bethune. Row Fourteen:
R. Carney. R. Kennedy, D. Carlson, F. Dinella, F. Caferella,
K. Cox, W. Webber, W. Dube, M. Kanash, R. Haley, L. Ran-
dall, K. Morris.
Mr. John Walsh, Mrs. Grace Kindelan,
Mrs. Irene Trombley, Mr. John Spil-
lane. Head Advisor; Miss Alice Law-
rence, Mr. Nathan Chancey, Mr. John
Kathleen Bryan, Secretary
Andrew Card, President
Andrea Nunes, Vice President
Lena Cartullo, Treasurer
We, the class of “65,” are very proud to say that our sophomore year was a
very successful one, and we look forward with great anticipation to our school ac-
tivities of the next two years.
Our class has the distinction of being the largest to ever enter Holbrook High
School. Before us lies the challenge of the coming years which we plan to meet
with much hard work and an equal amount of enthusiasm. We hope to continue
in our progress and expect to graduate with a creditable scholastic, athletic, and
Thomas Ahern, Gayle Croll, Beverly Koltov, Mary Jo Arnone, Marilyn Wilson, Andrea
Nunes, Andrew Card, Kenneth Cox, Kathleen Francis, Paula Kunan, Priscilla Reade, Lena
Cartullo, Kathleen Bryan.
The Class of 1966 has behind us only
the experience of nine years’ schooling.
We have before us, however, the tremen-
dous opportunities of the next three
years. It is our earnest intention to prove
to Holbrook High that the “little fresh-
men,” are not so little after all.
This year’s activities have been few;
next year’s will be many. The year after
will see even greater triumphs and our
senior year will be the climax of our con-
tributions to Holbrook High. Horace
Greeley once said, “The illusion that
times that were are better than those that
are, has probably pervaded all ages.”
We intend to dispel that illusion. Mark
our words and watch our progress; the
Class of “66” has just begun to move.
Row One: A. Cosindas, D. Black, A. Hennebury. Row Two:
B. Sullivan, J. Card, M. Collier, G. Stanney, D. Wisneski.
Row Three: P. Malloch, E. Sullivan, K. Nompleggi, D. Mac-
Donald, C. Smith, S. Dolliver, D. Baker, S. Pulsifer. Row
Four: E. Thayer, B. Scott, K. Concannon, J. Condon, B.
McKinnon, R. Johnson, J. Mullen, B. McNamee. Row Five:
P. Giblin, L. Skayhan, M. Hallett, M. Ainley, B. White, M.
Lopez, C. McNamara, V. Zunino. Row Six: J. Walsh, R.
Meunier, A. M. Moiling, D. Culhane, L. Payne, B. Chmara,
P. Lemack, K. Gilbert. Row Seven: B. Osofsky, D. Elliot, J.
Bernard, J. Leatherwood, E. Coletti, D. Ecklund. Row Eight:
P. Bourque, E. Spinale, S. Scannell, R. Waite, S. Vesey. Row
Nine: E. Lade, E. Webb, P. Theriault. Row Ten: J. Barta,
Row One: D. Martin, E. Powers, D. Hopcroft. Row Two: L.
Wisneski, J. McKean, M. A. Hatch. Row Three: M. Harris, C.
Calway, L. Selig, J. Tirrell, C- Elliot. Row Four: E. Smith, R.
Magnarelli, J. Wisneski, R. Krance, J. Loud, D. O’Connell,
B. Gilbert. Row Five: R. Ward, R. Pyrtle, P. Ferrini, J. Fraser,
D. Hagerty, D. Gorman, M. Lynch, J. Parent. Row Six: D.
McCabe, P. Meunier, M. Shamro, A. Cameron, S. Mott, P.
Whalen, H. Price, A. Segal, G. Boudreau. Row Seven: T.
Bedard, L. French, M. McGrath, D. Minigan, S. Stuart, P.
Facenda, C. Fowler, C. Rettig, W. Pritchard, J. Tetler, T.
Mancuso, F. Kroll. Row Eight: L. Henry, P. Smith, G. Arnold,
J. White, M. Cocomazzi, J. Cormier, E. Chase, J. Fisher, M.
Westgate, G. Powers, D. Erickson, R. Filkins. Row Nine: G.
Stuart, D. Landry, J. D’Amore, A. Frappier, J. Smith, F.
Soule. E. White, L. Carlson, M. Darcy, D. Horseman, A.
Harvey, J. Headley, G. Ward, F. Blaney. Row Ten: S. Ced-
rone, C. Sarney, T. Medairos, M. Peterson, M. Fucci, P. Paul-
son, K. Casperson, S. Manley. Row Eleven: J. Lincoln, F.
Hess, J. Nugent, T. Williams, W. Buckley.
Mr. Samuel Erbe, Mrs. Helen Wood,
Mr. Norman Swain.
Judy Headley, Secretary; John Nu-
gent, Vice-President; Reggie Pyrtle,
Treasurer; William Buckley. Presi-
Row One; Mark Peterson, Cheryl Rettig, Di-
ane McDonald, Betty White. Row Two; Mike
Fucci, Tom Williams, Steve Scanell.
. . having once turned around . . —
“Doing easily what others find difficult is
talent . . — Amiel
“Seen, both when we wake, and when we
sleep.” — Milton
“Beneath thy contemplation
. . — Marx
The year-long preparation for the publication of the
1963 “Echo” has been completed with successful re-
The “Echo” is, in a sense, a mirror which reflects
school life at Holbrook High School academically,
athletically, and socially. This mirror must be cleaned
and polished so as not to reflect a distorted image. The
“Echo’s” staffs’ purpose has been to overcome this
fault and present a true picture of life at our school.
In the production of our “mirrors,” we have gained
much valuable experience. We have become accus-
tomed with the fundamentals of journalism and pub-
lishing and have learned to accept responsibility.
A great difference between real and simulated mir-
rors is that real mirrors cannot retain their images for
posterity, but the “Echo” can and does. In the years to
come our yearbook, as a mirror, will be passed to nu-
merous capable hands to be polished. Through hard
work their end result will be as sharp and clear as the
Row One: J. Lewis, C. Yeisley, R. Steinberg. Row Two:
C. McClaren, J. Cormier, _K. Scribner, T. Tagliaferro,
B. McCloskey, M. Stevens. Row Three: L. Frederick,
E. Jameson, A. Malloch, E. Davis, P. Dennehy, J. Dyer,
K. Lentz. Row Four: J. Eisnor, D. Shipman, J. Repetti,
S. Eldridge, H. Bethune, J. Samowski, L. Haskell.
D. Tigue, Literary Co-editor; D. Levangie, Sports editor;
S. Tacke, Literary editor.
LITERARY STAFF^ — A meeting of industri-
ous workers. Row One: C. Kreshfield, N.
Hood, F. Hopcroft, L. Sheldon, M. Smith, P.
Uva, G. Powers. Row Two: L. Dolliver, R.
Lemack, L. Andrus, C. McClaren, M. Hill-
strom, G. Myers, M. Headley, R. Musmanno,
PATRONS STAFF — Karen Lentz, Jo Ann Eisnor, Donna Shipman, Linda
Frederick, Chairman; Cecille Aniello, Janet Repetti, Janet Cormier, Betty
Tatem, Myrna Headley. Mr. John Walsh, Business Advisor.
Mrs. Grace Kindelan, Head Advisor;
Mr. Robert Kindelan, Art Advisor.
Judy Thurberg, Editor-in-Chief
ART STAFF — Richard McLean, Anna Gail Mack, Kathy Nihtila, Linda Pugh, Jeanette
English, Editor; Clare Manley, Mike Boczanowski.
PUBLICITY STAFF — Gail Montgomery, Margaret Stevens,
Chairman; Susan Spector, Helen Scott.
“But what am I?” — Tennyson
“Many are called but few are chosen . . — Bible
. . that . . . expression
of villainy.” — Twain
BEST DANCERS — Robert Hobson, Ruth Lemack
“Here ... a lady of beauty
and high degree.” — Ransom
MOST ORIGINAL — Pearl Dennehy
“There is a sacred horror about everything
around.” — Hunt
“Turn up the lights; I don’t want to go home
in the dark.” — Smith
LlIERARY STAFF — Susan Nickerson, Barbara Dewhurst, Jean Griffin, Judy
Towns, Jackie Shea, Kay Phillips, Laura Andrus, Linda Sheldon, Virginia
Myers, Beverly Koltov, Myrna Headley, Sandra Tacke.
ART STAFF — Catherine Pitts, Susan
Spector, Adrienne Collier, Frances
Gross, Gerald Stanney.
Row One: Mrs. Dorothy Brennan, Advisor; Mrs. Eleanor Prime, Advisor.
Row Two: Robert Duncan, Art Editor; Norma Monroe, Art Co-Editor; Mary
Jane Rashleigh, Literary Co-Editor; Robert Musmanno, Editor-in-Chief; James
Connelly, Literary Editor; Carol Boucher, Girls’ Sports Editor; Robert Hobson,
Boy.'t’ Sports Editor.
The Bulldog Bulletin offers members of the student
body an opportunity to display their talents in writing
and journalism. One copy of this magazine contains
many informative articles, editorials, and school news
of various activities.
A magazine is a storehouse of facts and opinions.
By the reading of this publication, a person is able to
obtain an idea of the happenings at school and pupils’
feelings toward them. As years pass, these magazines
will still be able to help students recall many memories
of Holbrook High School.
This year the Bulldog Bulletin has set up a scholar-
ship fund. This grant will be awarded to a student who
plans to enter the field of newspaper work or journal-
BUSINESS AND PUBLICITY STAFF— Janet Repetti. Cheryl
Yeisley, Karen Lentz, Ruth Lemack, Harry Hopcroft, Marilyn
Smith, Ruth Steinberg, Elizabeth McCloskey, Janet Cormier,
Donna Shipman, Jean Beltramini.
Many hands make light warke (sic).” — Heyward
Mary Jo Arnone
TYPING STAFF — Row One: Janice Dyer, Karen Lentz, Cecille Aniello, Di-
anne Donna, Janet Cormier. Row Two: Sandra Eldridge, Linda Frederick,
Janet Repetti, Donna Shipman, Bonnie Jocelyn. Row Three: Nancy Smith,
Jo Ann Eisnor, Lauretta Haskell, Claudia McClaren.
Row One: J. Cormier, M. Stevens, L. Frederick, J. Repetti, K. Scribner, Mrs. Prime, Advisor;
B. Jocelyn, J. Eisnor, D. Donna, B. Tatem, S. Alden, A. Malloch. Row Two: D. Shipman,
T. Tagliaferro, C. Yeisley, K. Lentz, C. McClaren, J. Lewis, S. Payne, Y. Pyrtle, C. Aniello,
J. Cain, J. Carter, H. Bethune. Row Three: M. Cole, L. Flaskell, B. Sullivan, E. Davis, J.
Dyer, S. Eldridge, M. Gartland, R. Steinberg, B. McCloskey, P. Ellard, J. Beltramini. Row
Four: M. Headley, M. Smith, H. Gilson, N. Smith, E. Jameson, P. Dennehy, R. Hobson, J.
Samowski, E. Lynch, K. Elynn.
The Business Club is an organization composed of all juniors and seniors who
are taking business subjects. Its aim is to further stimulate the members’ interest
in business careers by conducting several field trips a year to business houses and
secretarial schools in and around Boston. A major goal for this group is to raise
money for a scholarship to be awarded to some worthy senior member who desires
to further his education in the business school of his choice. The sociability of the
club is gained through its numerous activities, such as food sales, dances, and other
types of entertainment, whose primary purpose is to raise money for this scholarship.
A demonstration in office machinery
Newspaper work instruction
A lesson in fundamental business
Friendly relations make for good business
Where do we go from here?
Look! Holbrook made the front page
No! I think I’ll take the other one
“I can take any record I want?”
Row One: Shirley Cain, Linda Hamilton, Nancy Car-
michael, Sandra Boudreau, Katherine Nihtila, Mrs. Fa-
cey, Advisor; Ruth Steinburg, Treasurer; Marilyn Wold,
President; Andrea McMurrow, Vice-President; Donna
Shawnessy, Secretary; Anna Gail Mack, Gayle Croll,
Ruth Bethune, Jeanne Levangie. Row Two: Mary Walsh,
MEDICAL CAREER CLUB
Since the physical condition of every person is of vital concern to him, men and
women schooled in the study of medicine comprise an extremely important role.
The Medical Career Club offers its members an opportunity to learn more about
various areas of medical careers, in preparation for further schooling.
Through the members’ combined efforts in sponsoring fund-raising drives, a
scholarship has been established to aid a graduating member about to enter a
school of medicine.
Barbara Sullivan, Lena Car-
tullo, Andrea Nunes, Rose-
marie Cartullo, Linda Randell,
Linda Cedrone, Sandra Arnold,
Cathy Morris, Judy McKean,
Judy Cain, Jane Carter, Mrs.
Dorothy Olesen, Jacqueline Shea, Elizabeth McCloskey, Kathleen Smith. Frances Pitts, Susan
Wold, Gayle Montgomery.
Mrs. Facey, Marjorie Cole, Joan Giblin, Patricia Reade, Cathy O'Brien, Margaret Smith,
Emma Bury, Patricia McCabe, Ginnette Villiard.
Students interested in the care and organization of educational material form
the membership of the library staff. Under the direction of Miss Kathryn Megley,
librarian, these students learn about the care of books, book-binding, and position
of books on the shelves. Failure to perform these important duties would result in
a useless jumble of books and magazines; because of the endeavors of the staff,
the library functions as an organized unit to promote the education of its visitors.
Under the supervision of the staff members, students are free to borrow books
and magazines. The seasonal displays sponsored by the staff add to the enjoy-
ment one receives from a trip to the library.
Miss Kathryn Megley, Librarian: Pamela Ellard, Sandra Tacke, Barbara Gorell.
Marilyn Smith, Gayle Croll, Patricia Uva, Beverly Kraus.
Clifton Baker. Paul McKenna, David Birkenhead.
Alicia Hennebury, Frances
Gross, Kathleen Flynn.
Mr. Rene Bouchard, Advisor; Harry Hopcroft, David Birkenhead, Clifton Baker, Stephen Pa-
cuska, Richard Crawford, Joseph Nugent, James Tettler.
AUDIO VISUAL AIDS
The Audio-Visual Aids Club is comprised of boys from all four
classes who are interested in mechanical instruction, such as the op-
eration of motion picture equipment and slide projectors. Theirs is
also the responsibility of the lighting for various plays and events
and the setting up of the microphone systems for our guest assem-
Care of these machines is entrusted to the boys. Under the direc-
tion of Mr. Rene Bouchard, they are fully trained and are capable
of operating any of the school machines for teachers requesting their
Richard McLean, Miss
James Tetler, Ann
Cameron, Jane Barta,
The Math Club at Holbrook High School is the focal point of the mathematical
whims and fancies of many of Holbrook’s mathematically minded students. Under
the able guidance of Miss Knutson, Mr. Swain, and club president George Sarafinas,
the club has made great steps forward into the advanced studies of such compli-
cated topics as writing numbers to odd bases and tepology, or the study of three
Its main purpose is to better develop the mathematical potentialities of all its
members. Any person who has a genuine interest in math is invited to join. This
is a most energetic club and its work serves as a lasting inspiration to all its
Vincent, Vice Presi-
Row One: W. Hill, R. Crawford, R. LaFond, W. Cran-
dlemere, C. Baker, G. Sarafinas, A. Erickson, P. Gilbert,
H. Matson. Row Two: M. Harris, B. Webb, J. Barta,
P. Ferrini, G. Healey, Mr. Sikorsky, Advisor; K. Casper-
son, R. Magnarelli, M. Cocomazzi, K. Perkins, E. Smith.
The Rifle Club offers its members an opportunity to exhibit their unique skills
in the field of marksmanship. Matches with other schools help the boys develop a
sense of teamwork and an appreciation for sportsmanship. Complete concentration,
a necessity in this sport, is acquired as the members attempt to improve their own
and their school’s records. The boys also learn rifle safety and proper care of their
C. Baker, P.
R. LaFond, C.
G. Sarafinas, Sec-
Crandlemere and C
. . . whatsoever things are of a good report . . . think on these things.” — Bible »
"Speak every man truth with
his neighbor . .
— New Testament
Let your speech be always with grace . . — Bible
. . attention like deep harmony.” —
“And with my advice, I wish you’d
take me.” — Lower
“. . . thy testimonies are my medita-
tions.” — Old Testament
Organized by elected members from each class, the
student council provides the basis of self-government
for Holbrook High. It concerns itself with problems of
importance to the student body.
This year it sponsored the “lost and found” depart-
ment for the school; presented all the assemblies dur-
ing the school year, and it introduced a book service in
the library by which all the books used in all classes
could be borrowed while studying in the library. The
student council also sponsored opening exercises over
the public address system for the first time in the history
of the school.
“We bear the burden and the heat of the long day and wish’t
were done.” — Arnold
Row One: A. Esty, L. Frederick, Head majorette. Row Two:
G. Powers, D. McDonald, M. Stevens, J. Cormier, A. Lively,
A. Cosindas, E. Powers, D. Erickson, D. Minigan. Row Three:
L. Sheldon, J. Tucker, A. Harvey, S. Manley, R. Crandlemere,
W. LaLond, J. Towns, D. Carlson, D. O’Loughlin, J. Card, R.
Savoy, J. Thurberg, R. Hansen. Row Four: R. Berman, J. Cole,
J. Ruccolo, B. McNamee, T. Ahern, R. Bennett, A. Card, J.
Srhith, T. Saharnis, J. Keay, S. Dolliver, S. Besse, J. McNealey.
S. Scannell, D. Willis, Mr. Francis Buckley, Director. Row
Five: D. VanHoewyk, R. Wohlander, D. Baker, P. Facey, K.
Casperson. D. Hadfield. E. Smith, P. Sandberg, R. Magnarelli,
J. Samowski, H. Sullivan, K. Hibbard, E. Chase, S. Vesey, D.
Hill. K. Cox, H. Hamilton, P. Paulson, M. Collier, L. Minigan,
Holbrook High School has good reason to be proud of its band and majorettes.
Both of these groups perform faithfully at many functions throughout the year.
Included in their activities are concerts, parades, competitions, and performances
at football games. Anyone will readily agree that the spirited music of the band,
under the direetion of Mr. Francis Buckley, and the intricate maneuvers of the
majorettes add color and enthusiasm to every football contest.
Band manager Robert Hansen, assistant manager Joseph Samowski, secretary-
treasurer Judith Thurberg, and librarians Andrew Card and John Smith are re-
sponsible for organization and they contribute in making our band the wonderful
success that it is.
“As full of spirit as the month of May.” — Shakespeare
“The soul was never
put into the body,
Which has so many rare and
Of mathematical motion.” — Webster
“We marched ... all shapes and all sizes . . — Manifold
Row One: Mrs. Esther Myers, Accompanist: Miss Mar-
garet Hines, Director. Row Two: Linda Randall, Nancy
Hood, Denise Williams, Phyllis Brown, Natalie Luti,
Alicia Hennebury, Cheryl Rehig, Patricia McCabe,
Mary Jane Rashleigh, Dianne Tigue, Laura Andrus,
Margaret Smith, Karen Concannon. Row Three: Marie
Hillstrom, Marcy Ann Perzan, Linda Cormier, Kathy
Morris, Jean Griffin, Carol Krishfield, Rita Haley, Kathy
1 antillo. Patricia Reade, Mary Gartland, Kathleen Phil-
lips, Kathleen Flynn, Carolyn Fowler, Helen Scott, Lor-
raine Smith, Ann Marie Moiling, Pearl Dennehy. Row
Four: Mark Peterson, Herbert Price, Grayson Ward,
Robert Lively, Raymond Kennedy, John Nugent, Gerald
Stanney, Alfred Matson, James Connelly, Malcolm Har-
ris, Howard Kaplan, Frederick Blaney, Thomas Don-
nelly, Robert Ward, John White, William Buckley,
. . the song that you can’t
forget.” — Carry 1
Holbrook High School’s Glee Club, direeted by Miss Margaret Hines and ac-
companied by Mrs. Esther Myers, is one of the school’s most active groups. It is
comprised of boys and girls from all four classes.
In addition to performing at school assemblies, the Glee Club presents annual
Christmas and Spring Concerts. This year’s Christmas Concert was comprised of
a wonderful assortment of carols of all nations. Toward the end of the performance,
the audience was invited to join the Glee Club in singing some of our favorite old
carols. The same week the Glee Club had the marvelous experience of singing on the
A special group, which consists of 12 girls who belong to the Glee Club, was
formed this year.
This year the Glee Club planned something new; in February the Glee Club
and the Band will perform together in a Pops Concert in the school gymnasium.
It will be the first time that they have performed together.
In conclusion, it can truthfully be said that in giving its many performances, the
Glee Club has contributed greatly to the musical standing of our school and our
“For music ... is like a voice .
. .” — Browning
“Our voices keep tune . . .” — Moore
One: Lauretta Haskell, Robert Musmanno, Laurie Dolliver, Secretary; Dean Carlson,
President; Judith Thurberg, Vice President; Marilyn Brett, Treasurer; Harry Hopcroft, Sandra
Eldridge. Row Two: Mrs. Wood, Advisor; Natalie Luti, Linda Minigan, Adrienne Collier,
Marcy Perzan, Dianne Tigue, Edwin Harriman, Charles Costanza, Jeanne Tucker, Denise Wil-
liams, Linda Sheldon, Norma Monroe, Jean Griffin.
In order to stimulate a desire for better scholarship
among the student body itself, honor societies began to
The high aims and objectives set up by The National
Honor Society are as follows:
1. To develop an enthusiasm for good scholarship
throughout the school.
2. To encourage a desire for students to render
service to the school and to the community.
3. To help the student evaluate the potential ele-
ments of leadership qualities within himself.
4. To develop strength of character.
5. To encourage the student to continue his learn-
ing and his education.
The national scope of the scholarship society gives
the student a significance and an unusual prestige.
Row One: Natalie Luti, Louella Weiner, Laurie Dolliver, Mrs. Wood, Advisor; Kathleen
Frances, Kathleen Vincent. Row Two; Beverly Koltov, Paula Kunan, Jeanne Tucker, Dianne
Tigue, Marcy Perzan, Donna Cocomazzi.
Row One: Uonna Shipman, Janet Repetti, Mrs. Eleanor Prime, Advisor; Margaret Stevens,
Janet Cormier. Row Two: Cecille Aniello, Jo Ann Eisnor, Myrna Headley, Nancy Smith,
Sandra Eldridge, Lauretta Haskell, Bonnie Jocelyn.
NATIONAL BUSINESS HONOR SOCIETY
The National Business Honor Society, sponsored by the Catholic Business Edu-
cation Association, was first organized in Dayton, Ohio, in March, 1961. In June,
of the same year, the Beacon Chapter of the Holbrook High School National Busi-
ness Honor Society was formed with Mrs. Eleanor Prime as its advisor. Our school
was one of the first of 1 37 schools in the country to be granted such a charter.
In order to become a member of the Society, by the end of the first semester of
his senior year, a student must maintain an average of over 85% in all business
subjects and no lower than 75% in any other subject. The member must, in addi-
tion, meet all the required standards of scholarship and professional attitudes. A
junior may become a probationary member at this time by maintaining the same
average and meeting the same requirements.
The competition to be admitted into this society stimulates high scholarship,
initiative, and proper professional attitudes toward business. The National Business
Honor Society stimulates motivations for the student in the quest for success in
meeting the needs of the expanding business world.
Holbrook High School is proud to have 13 former students enrolled in The
Beacon Chapter and expects to add several new members from the class of 1963.
It is hoped that during the year these former members will participate in the re-
ception ceremony for new members, elect officers, and make plans for activities.
Everything nourishes what is strong already. — Austen
The team is in a huddle
The captain raised his head
He shouted to his teammates
And this is what he said . . ,
Jean Beltramini, Deborah Colburn, Carol Boucher, Elizabeth
Tatem, Susan Spector, Judith McBride, Barbara Sullivan, Aure-
lia Esty, Marjorie Cole, Erances Gross, Louise Batstone, Jean
Tucker, Sandra Tacke, Barbara Plaice, Linda Maus, Beverly
“I do not understand; I pause; I examine.” — Montaigne
“Veni, Vidi, Vici!” — Caesar
. . we shall fight in the
fields ... we shall never
surrender.” — Churchill
“Victory at all costs . . .” — Churchill
“The bravest battle that was ever fought” — Miller
This year the girls’ field hockey team worked tire-
lessly in their efforts to show true sportsmanship, the
prime purpose of all organized sports.
This season proved to be a challenging one, and the
girls, as a team, met this challenge as best they could.
It took the mutual understanding and cooperation of
both the team and our coach. Miss Valerie Wesson, to
perform as well as we did.
We hope that the knowledge gained by our experi-
ence this year will benefit the team in the years to
Row One: Kathy Bryan, Maureen Darcy, Linda Carlson,
Betty White, Barbara Ward, Marcia lerardi. Row Two:
Miss Valerie Wesson, Coach; Kathy Vincent, Manager;
Alison Harvey, Sherry Abrams, Barbara Sullivan, Jean
Tucker, Louise Batstone, Jean Cormier, Shirley Cain,
Felicia Colletti, Judy Headley, Manager.
“Setting endeavor in continual motion . . —
“What now if the sky were to fall?” —
. . cheer as
the winners go
by!” — Braley
“But who would guard the guards themselves?” — Juvenal
Christine Dance, Jean Beltramini, Debi Colburn, Andrea
McMorrow, Donna Shawnessey, Carol Boucher, Co-
Captain; Marilyn Brett, Co-Captain; Sandra Tacke, Mary
“Stand beside here and guide her . . .”
Jo Arnone, Kathy Bryan, Janet
Miss Valerie Wesson, Coach.
“The battle of competition . .
. . . displays prowess on the parallel
Row One: Vincent Violandi, Richard
Hobson, Milton Magnussen, Joseph
D’Amore, William Dube. Row Two:
James French, Neal Gearin, Ronald
Myers, Albert Dube. Row Three:
Peter Morris, Richard Pitts, Bruce
Schlager. Row Four: David Hop-
croft, John Demarest.
Strength, coordination, and endurance are
three of the qualities acquired by members of this
athletic group. The boys, through diligent prac-
ticing, have attained ability to execute difficult
maneuvers both on apparatus and in individual
gymnastics. Performance of stunts involving sev-
eral members aids the boys in developing the im-
portant asset of teamwork. The culmination of
their efforts was seen at the annual gym exhibi-
tion where the members displayed their agility in
many athletic fields.
This year the girls’ gym squad has had extensive training in tumbling and the
use of many types of apparatus. The girls have learned more complicated stunts
and have proved themselves to be a credit to Holbrook High School. Training
through the gym squad has increased each girl’s coordination, love of sports, and,
in turn, new pride and satisfaction in herself.
. . . springing adroitly from the trampoline
Cheryl Smith, Pat Hogan, Kathy Thornton, Marilyn Brett, Nancy Blanchard, Aurelia
Esty, Marcia lerardi, Mary Jo Arnone, Sherry Abrams, Linda Taylor, Barbara Plaice,
Gayle Croll, Yvonne Pyrtle, Sharon Payne, Marilyn Wilson, Kathy Bryan, Elaine Barry,
Ruth Bethune, Carol Boucher.
. . . graceful demonstrations on the horse and
... hit into a double
. . be watchful and wary . . — Bayly
Under Mr. Gildea’s coaching, the members became very proficient in the funda-
mentals of the sport of baseball. Through rigorous training and individual practice,
the boys joined their efforts to become a fine example of teamwork in action.
They showed true interest in the performance of our country’s national pastime
and offered their fans many hours of sports enjoyment.
await him at the top of the nearest hill.” — Beaumont
Successful pole vaulting
Cliff MacLean beats
Kevin Carroll and Dean Carlson throw the shot
Dean Carlson throws the shot
CO-CAPTAINS — Ronald Logue and Derek Henry.
East Bridgewater 21
. . If you want to get somewhere
twice as fast as that.” — Carrol
else, you must run at least
Paul Surette, John O’Brien, Wayne Laundry, Michael Boczanowski, Thomas
Saharnis, Reginald Pyrtle, Denis Sullivan, William Stephenson, Andrew Card,
Thomas Ahern, Vincent Violandi, Henry Bethune. Center: Ronald Logue,
“We beat them today or . . . — Stark
“The final test of
a leader is that he
leaves behind him . . .
other men . . .”
Row One: W. Hess, R. Cain, D. Levangie, D. Birkenhead,
Co-Captain; D. Carlson, Co-Captain; C. Costanza, K. Carroll,
E. Reardon. Row Two; C. White, R. Fasoli, J. Samowski, J.
Nugent, J. Smith, W. Messina, C. MacLean, R. Myers, K.
Cox. Row Three; G. Munroe, P. Hogan, D. Myers, R. Griffith,
K. Hibbard, R. Johnson, J. Hartshorn, M. Magnussen, K.
Crowe. Row Four: M. Burke, Manager; W. Kent, Manager;
S. Pacuska, A. Corliss, R. Van Buskirk, W. Barry, W. Hanni-
gan, A. Richards, T. George, Manager.
The beginnings of another victory
A powerhouse of strength
K. Carroll, A. Zirilli, C. Costanza, R. Hylen,. D. Birkenhead,
Captain; W. Hannigan, R. Hobson, T. Wolfe.
Skillful ball-handling, a necessity
Nimbleness and agility
Another drive for the basket
The fast break
Discussion of new strategy
Speed and ability
Stretch for the ball
“I want this man guarded closely . .
Row One: W. Holden, S. Barron, J. Samowski, Captain; M.
Murphy, K. Hibbard. Row Two: E. Jameson, L. Sawyer, M.
Boczanowski, M. Peterson, T. Murphy, J. Parent, Manager.
Deeds, not words
ALDEN, PHILIP S. — (Entered Junior Year) Library Staff
ANDRUS, LAURA B. — “Echo” 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club
1; Driver Training 3; Girls’ Basketball 4; Senior Class Play
4; “Echo” Play 3, 4.
ANIELLO, CECILLE M. — Honor Roll 3; Business Honor
Society 3, 4; Executive Board 4; “Echo” 3. 4, Typing Editor
4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Driver Train-
ing 3, 4; Business Club Play 3.
ARSENAULT, KATHLEEN M.— Band 1.
BAKER, CLIFTON L. — Chess Club 1, 2; Audio-Visual Aids
1, 2, 3, 4; Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 3. 4; Rifle Club
1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Letter 1, Jacket 4.
BERGERON, DONALD— Driver Training 3.
BIRKENHEAD, DAVID J.— Library Staff 4; Audio-Visual
Aids 4; Driver Training 3; Gym Squad 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Letter 1, Co-Captain 4, Jacket 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter
2, Co-Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1.
BOUCHER, CAROL M. — Executive Board 3, 4; “Bulldog
Bulletin” 4, Sports Editor; French Club 2, 4; Driver Education
3; Gym Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3;
Track 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, Jacket 4, Co-
Captain 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4.
BRETT. MARILYN A.— Honor Roll 1. 2, 4; National Hon-
or Society 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Latin Honor Society 1; Executive
Board 2, 4; Girls’ State Alternate 3; “Echo” 3; “Bulldog
Bulletin” 4, Assistant Editor 4; German Club 2, 4; Driving
Training 3; Gym Squad 2, 3, 4, Gym Squad 3rd prize 3;
Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, Jacket 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4.
BUDD, JOHN A. — Chess Club 2; Driver Training 3; Foot-
ball 3, 4, Letter 3, Jacket 4; Rifle Club 2, Letter 2.
CAIN. RALPH A. — Executive Board 1; Student Council 1;
Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 3. Jacket 4.
CALWAY, PAMELA T.— “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Driver
CALWAY, PRISCILLA— “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Driver Train-
CARLSON, DEAN H.— Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Hon-
or Society 3, 4, President 4; Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Aca-
demic Letter 3; Class President 2, 3, 4; Boys’ State 3, Gov-
ernor 3; Student of the Year 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap-
tain 4, Letter 2, Jacket 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4, Co-Captain
4, Letter 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 3rd place 2.
CONNELLY, JAMES T.— Executive Board 3; “Bulldog Bul-
letin” 4, Literary Editor 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4;
French Club 2. 3; Driver Training 3; Senior Class Play 4;
“Echo” Play 2; Operetta 1; Tennis Team 1.
CORMIER. JANET A. — Honor Roll 3, 4; Business Honor
Society 3. 4; Executive Board 2; Student Council 3; “Echo”
3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin" 4; Business Club 3, 4; Driver Train-
ing 3; Girls’ Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Jacket 4; G.A.A. 2;
Business Club Play 3.
COSTANZA. CHARLES— Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Hon-
or Society 3, 4; Latin Honor Society 2; Class Vice-President
3, 4; Boys’ State 3; French Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3;
Driver Training 3; Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, Jacket 4; Bas-
ketball 3, 4, Letter 4; Track 2, 4, Letter 4; Gym Squad 2.
CUMMINGS, MARGARET A. — “Echo” 2; Driver Training
3; Gym Squad 1; G.A.A. 1.
DiTULLIO, LOUIS — Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver
Training 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1,
DOLLIVER, LAURIE A. — Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National
Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Academic Letter 4; Latin
Honor Society 2, 3; Executive Board 2, 4; Prom Co-Chairman
3; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4,
Letter 2; “Echo” 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1;
Office Staff 4; Driver Training 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain
4, Letter 2, Jacket 4; Gym Squad I, 2; Girls’ Basketball 1;
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4.
DUBE, ALBERT J. — Gym Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 1st place trophy
3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4, Letter 2, Jacket 4.
DUNCAN, ROBERT W. — Latin Honor Society 1; Executive
Board 1. 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4, Art Editor 4; Glee Club
1, 2. 3; Operetta 1; French Club 2, 3; Senior Class Play 4.
DYER. JANICE Y.— “Echo” 3. 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Busi-
ness Club 3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 1.
EISNOR, JO ANN C. — Honor Roll 2. 3. 4; Business Honor
Society 3, 4; Executive Board 1; Girls’ State 3; “Echo” 3, 4;
Business Club 3, 4; Office Staff 3; Driver Training 3; Busi-
ness Club Play 3.
ELDRIDGE. SANDRA E.— Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; Academic
Letter 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Business Honor Society
4; Executive Board 3; “Echo” 3. 4; Business Club 3. 4; Office
Staff 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Girls’ Basketball 1; “Echo”
Play 2, 3; Business Club Play 3.
ENELLA, GAYLE F. — (Entered Junior Year) French Club 3.
FRAZIER. WALTER W.
FREDERICK, LINDA J. — Class Vice-President 1, 2; Execu-
tive Board 3, 4; “Echo” 3, 4, Patron Chairman 4; “Bulldog
Bulletin” 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Office Staff
2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 1; Majorette
3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Sweater 4; G.A.A. 4; “Echo” Play 2; Busi-
ness Club Play 3; Glee Club 3; Driver Training 3, 4; Office Staff
FRENCH, DAVID A.— Glee Club 1, 3; Operetta 1; Football
1, 2; Track 1. 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, Jacket 4.
FRENCH, JAMES — Band 1; Driver Training 3; Gym Squad
2, 3. 4. Trophy 3rd place; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2; Cross
Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, Jacket 4.
GIBBONS, THOMAS J.— Gym Squad 3; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Letter 1, Jacket 4.
GILSON, HOWARD M. — Business Club 3, 4; Audio-Visual
Aids 4; Driver Training 3; Track 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Letter 1, Jacket 4; Chess Club 2, Secretary; Business Club
GROSS, FRANCES M.— “Echo” 2; “Bulldog Bulletin” 3, 4;
Library Staff 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4,
Letter 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4.
HALEY, DENNIS A.— Chess Club 2.
HAMILL, ROBERT J.— Track 3; Rifle Club 2.
HANSEN, ROBERT W. — Prom Co-Chairman 3; Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Manager 3, 4; All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 4; N. E. Orches-
tra 2; N. E. Band 1, 3; S. E. District Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4;
5, E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Eastern Orchestra 2, 3; French
Club 2, 3; Scholastic Art Award 2; Driver Training 4; Cross
Country 1, 2, Letter 2.
HASKELL, LAURETTA J.— Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Aca-
demic Letter 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Business Honor
Society 3, 4; “Echo” 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Science Club 1;
Office Staff 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Girls’ Basketball 1;
Business Club Play 3.
HEADLEY, MYRNA L. — Business Honor Society 3, 4; Ex-
ecutive Board 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Letter
2; “Echo” 2, 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Business Club 3, 4;
German Club 2; Science Club 1; Library Staff 2, 3, 4; Driver
Training 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Letter 1,
Jacket 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4.
HENRY, DEREK J. — Library Staff 3, 4; Driver Training 3;
Track 2, 3, 4, Letter 2; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4,
Letter 2, Jacket 4.
HICKEY, MARY ANN — (Entered Senior Year)
HILL, DAVID E.— Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
HILL, DONNA M.— Honor Roll 1, 2; Band 1, 2; Latin Club
2; Driver Training 3.
HILLSTROM, MARIE E. — Executive Board 3; “Echo” 3, 4;
Glee Club J, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1; German Club 2, 3, 4; Camera
Club 3, President 3; Science Club 1; Driver Training 3; Girls’
HOBSON, ROBERT E. — Executive Board 2; “Echo” 2, 3, 4;
“Bulldog Bulletin” 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Driver Train-
ing 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter 3,
Jacket 4; Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4; “^ho” Play 3.
HOOD, NANCY A. — “Echo” 4; All-State Chorus 4; S. E.
District Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4;
Latin Club 4.
HOPCROFT, FRANCIS — Executive Board 3; Student Coun-
cil 1; “Echo” 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3; German Club 2, 3, 4; Sci-
ence Club 1, 2; First Prize Science Fair 2; Regional Sci-
ence Fair 2; State Science Fair 2; Senior Class Play 4; “Echo”
Play 2, 3, 4.
HOPCROFT, HARRY J.— Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National
Honor Society 4; Executive Board 2; Boys’ State Alternate 3;
Student Council 3, 4. President 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 3, 4;
Math Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 2; Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2,
3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2; “Echo” Play 3;
Science Fair 1st place 1; T.A.P. Co-Chairman 4.
JOCELYN, BONNIE — (Entered Junior Year) Business Honor
Society 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4;
Office Staff 3, 4; Driver Training 3.
KELLEHER, JOHN J. — Executive Board 2; German Club 2;
Library Staff 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Let-
ter 4, Jacket 4; Weight Lifting Club 1.
KENT, WALTER— Driver Training 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, Jacket 4; Track 2.
LEMACK, RUTH K.— Honor Roll 1; Class Secretary 1, 2,
3, 4; “Echo” 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Glee Club 1, 3; Oper-
etta 1; French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; 2nd Prize Science
Fair 1; Driver Training 3; Girls’ Basketball 1, 4; Senior Class
Play Stage Manager 4.
LENTZ, KAREN E. — Executive Board 2, 4; Student Council
1, 3, Vice-President 3; “Echo” 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4;
Business Club 3, 4; Office Staff 2, 3; Driver Training 3;
G.A.A. 2, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Letter 2,
Jacket 4; Business Club Play 3.
LEVANGIE, DANIEL P.— “Echo” 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, 4;
Football 1, 2, 4; Letter 2, Jacket 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-
Captain 4; Letter 2.
LIVELY, ROBERT H.— Glee Club 3, 4; Audio-Visual Aids
2; Library Staff 3; Driver Training 3.
LOGUE, RONALD E. — Executive Board 3; Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Letter 3, Jacket 4;
French Club 2, 3.
MAGALDI, ELIZABETH — Student Council 3; “Bulldog Bul-
letin” 4; Office Staff 4; Driver Training 3.
MALLOCH, ALEIDA R— “Echo” 3, 4; Driver Training 3, 4;
Business Club 3, 4; Business Club Play 3.
McCLAREN, CLAUDIA A.— “Echo” 2, 3; Business Club 3, 4;
Medical Career Club 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1; Library Staff I;
Cheerleader 3; Letter 3; Gym Squad 1, 2; Girls’ Basketball I;
G.A.A. 1, 2. 4.
McCORMACK, RICHARD A.
McKEAN, ROBERT — Audio-Visual Aids 2, 3, 4.
McKENNA, PAUL W. — “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Library Staff
1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Letter 2.
MUSMANNO, ROBERT A.— Honor Roll 1; National Honor
Society 4; Latin Honor Society 1; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4;
“Echo” 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2,
Operetta I; Senior Class Play Chairman 4; “Echo” Play 2, 3;
Science Fair Winner 2nd place; T.A.P. Co-Chairman 4.
NEILSON, RICHARD G.
NICKERSON, C., SUSAN— “Echo” 4; “Bulldog Bulletin”
4; Business Club 4; Medical Career Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club
1; Operetta 1; Driver Training 3.
OLIVERIO, CAROL E. — Medical Career Club 3, 4.
O’LOUGHLIN, DIANNE M. — Executive Board 3; “Bulldog
Bulletin” 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Library Staff 1;
Driver Training 3.
PERKINS, DONALD P.— Chess Club 2.
QUINN, GERALD M. — Executive Board 1; French Club 2;
Math Club 2; Driver Training 3.
REPETTI, JANET M. — Business Honor Society 3, 4; Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; “Echo” 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 3, 4; Busi-
ness Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Office Staff 2, 3;
Driver Training 3; Business Club Play 3.
SCOTT, HELEN V.— “Echo” 2, 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4;
Business Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Operetta 1; All-State
Chorus 4; S. E. District Chorus 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 3;
Business Club Play 3.
SELIG, MARCIA — Glee Club 1; Driver Training 3.
SHIPMAN, DONNA L. — Business Honor Society 3, 4; Stu-
dent Council 1, 2; “Echo” 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Business
Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Driver Training 3, 4; Cheerleader
3, 4, Letter 3, Jacket 4; Gym Squad 1, 2; G.A.A. 4.
SHORT, WILLIAM H.
SIMON, MARIE L. — “Echo” 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Busi-
ness Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Driver Training 3, 4; Office Staff
3; Business Club Play 3.
SMITH, NANCY C. — Business Honor Society 3, 4; “Echo”
3; Business Club 3, 4; Office Staff 2, 3, 4; Driver Training
3, 4; Business Club Play 3.
SMITH, SHARYN H. — (Entered Junior Year) Glee Club 3, 4.
SNOW, EUGENE L. — Driver Training 4.
SPECTOR, SUSAN C. — “Echo” 2, 3, 4; “Bulldog Bulletin”
3, 4; Driver Training 3, 4; Girls’ Basketball 3, 4; Field Hockey
2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Jacket 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; “Echo” Play 2, 3.
STEVENS, MARGARET M. — Honor Roll 3; Business Honor
Society 3, 4; “Echo” 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3; Driver Training 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Majorette 4;
Business Club Play 3.
STEWART, CONSTANCE E.— Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 4, Letter 3, Jacket 4.
SULLIVAN, DENIS J. — Executive Board 3; French Club 2,
3; Driver Training 3; Gym Squad 1, 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letter
4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Letter 4.
TACKE, SANDRA L. — Class President 1; Executive Board
1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 1, 2; “Echo” 1, 2, 3, 4, Literary Editor 4;
“Bulldog Bulletin” 4; Science Club 1; German Club 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1; Library Staff 2, 3, 4; Office Staff 3;
Driver Training 3; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2; Field
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, Jacket 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Senior
Class Play 4; “Echo” Play 4.
TATEM, ELIZABETH L.— “Echo” 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4;
Gym Squad 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2,
3, 4, Letter 4, Jacket 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Business Club Play 3.
TAYLOR, LINDA A. — Cheerleader 1, 2, Letter 2; Gym
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Trophy 1 , 2, 3.
THURBERG. JUDITH A.— Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Academic
Letter 3, 4; Academic Jacket 4; National Honor Society 3, 4,
Vice-President 4; Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Executive Board
1, 4; Student Council 3; “Echo” 2, 3, 4, Literary Editor 3,
Editor-in-Chief 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Secretary-
Treasurer 4; All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 4; N. E. Orchestra 1,
2, 3, 4; S. E. District Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2,
3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Latin Award 2.
VALADE, JOHN — Chess Club 2; Driver Training 3; Gym
Squad 2, 3; Football 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3; Cross Coun-
try 3, 4.
VIOLANDI, VINCENT C.— Gym Squad 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Letter 3; Cross Country 3, 4, Letter 4.
von BERG, GREGORY — Driver Training 4; Rifle Club 2;
Chess Club 1, 2.
WALSH, MARY C. — Executive Board 1, 3, 4; Medical Ca-
reer Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Driver Training 3.
WEIAND, PAUL G.— Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Letter 1.
WOLD, MARILYN J. — Executive Board 2; “Echo” 3; Med-
ical Career Club 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, President 4; Driver
WOODMAN, PAMELA M. — -“Echo” 3, 4; Medical Career
Club 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Driver Training 3; Business
Club Play 3.
ZIRILLI, ANTHONY C. — Driver Training 4; Basketball 3, 4;
Each year the “Echo” is dedicated to an outstanding
member of the faculty. This year the staffs feel that a new
addition should be included in our book to give special
recognition to one of our instructors. MISS KATHRYN
MEGLEY has been at Holbrook High School for many
years and is well-known among scores of townspeople.
After having served as an excellent English teacher for a
long period of time, Miss Megley showed her dedication
to Holbrook High School and to the teaching profession by
remaining at our school as librarian.
Miss Megley was a senior class advisor for many years,
at which time she organized and chaperoned graduation
trips to New York and to Washington, D. C. Under her
leadership as director, the drama club produced at least
two plays each year, all of which were presented in a very
We of the “Echo” staffs feel that we owe a special
tribute to Miss Megley because she was one of the first
faculty advisors to the “Echo.” While she held this position,
the yearbook was widely recognized as an excellent
literary work and received many awards for outstanding
presentation. Because of the fine yearbooks she has left
behind, we have had many guides upon which we could
rely for help and inspiration. Her foundation work has
aided each year’s “Echo” staffs to produce bigger and
This tribute to Miss Megley is presented with great
respect and deep appreciation for all she has done for
Holbrook High School and its students, past, present, and
Mr. William T. Buckley
Mr. Robert W. Mulloy
Mr. Mark Barrett
Mr. Rene Bouchard
Mr. Nathan Chancey
Mr. Irwin A. Cohen
Mr. J. Cotter
Mr. Arthur Cullati
Miss Rosemary R. Driscoll
Mr. & Mrs. Allen N. Alden
Mr. & Mrs. Alex Andrus
Mr. & Mrs. William Aniello
Mr. & Mrs. Clifton L. Baker Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Birkenhead
Mr. & Mrs. Lorenzo E. Boucher
Mr. & Mrs. Lester L. Brett
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Budd
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Calway
Mrs. Richard Carlson
Mr. Richard F. Carlson
Mr. & Mrs. James Connelly
Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Cormier
Lcdr. & Mrs. Charles Costanza
Mr. & Mrs. L. Cummings Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Currie Dolliver
Mr. & Mrs. Leo H. Dube
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Duncan
Mr. & Mrs. Norman W. Eisnor
Mr. & Mrs. Roy G. Eldridge
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Frederick
Mr. & Mrs. Luther French
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gibbons
Mr. Samuel Erbe
Mrs. Marguerite L. Facey, R.N.
Mr. Robert Gildea
Miss Grace M. Goeres
Mr. James R. Halpin
Miss Margaret G. Hines
Miss Rita Johnsen
Mrs. Grace Kindelan
Mr. Robert Kindelan
Miss Elna Knutson
Miss Alice P. Lawrence
Mr. William Leanues
Mr. Harold Martell
Mr. & Mrs. William Gilson
Mr. & Mrs. Buckley S. Gross
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew L. Haley
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Hamill
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Hansen
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Haskell
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Headley
Mr. & Mrs. William Henry
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Hill
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Hillstrom
Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Hopcroft
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Kelleher
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Kent Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. E. Lemack
Mr. & Mrs. William Lentz
Mr. J. H. Lively
Mr. & Mrs. George Logue
Mr. & Mrs. Philip E. Magaldi
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Malloch
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. McClaren
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. McCormack
Rev. & Mrs. Warren H. McKenna
Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Musmanno
Mr. Theodore McElroy
Miss Kathryn Megley
Mrs. Eleanor Prime
Mr. Donald Salvucci
Mr. John SpiUane
Mr. Fred Sutherland
Mr. Norman T. Swain
Mrs. Lawrence Trombley
Mr. John J. Walsh
Mr. Samuel J. Vangel
Miss Valerie Wesson
Mrs. Helen Wood
Mr. & Mrs. William F. Neilson
Mrs. Mildred C. Nickerson
Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Oliverio
Mr. & Mrs. John O’Loughlin
Mr. & Mrs. George Perkins
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald F. Quinn
Mr. & Mrs. Adolph A. Repetti
Mr. & Mrs. Schneider
Mr. & Mrs. V. L. Scott
Mr. & Mrs. Thurman Shipman
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Spector
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Sullivan
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Stewart
Mrs. Helen Tacke
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Tatem
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. F. Thurberg
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Violandi
Mr. & Mrs. Harold F. Walsh, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. George Weiand
Mr. & Mrs. Domenic Zirilli
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Alden
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Alden
Mrs. Maleather C. Alexander
Mr. & Mrs. Joel P. Archibald
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Aronson
Miss Charron Baker
Miss Donna Baker
Miss Elsie G. Baker
Mr. Frank Baker
Mrs. Frank Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Purdy Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Barrows
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond L. Barta
Mr. & Mrs. Leon J. Bekerian
Mr. & Mrs. J. Harry Berkland
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Bettencourt
Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Blok
Mrs. M. Boudreau
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Boyce
Mr. & Mrs. E. C. Brown
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Bruce
Mrs. Mary Cafarelle
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Cambridge
Mrs. Nellie Cannon
Mr. & Mrs. Hilding Carlson
Mr. Robert F. Cassidy
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Chandler
Mr. Charles Churchill
Mr. & Mrs. James Clark
Mrs. George Connors
Mrs. Arthur Cooke
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Corliss
Miss Janet Cormier
Mr. & Mrs. O. A. Cormier
Mrs. Ronald Cowing
Mr. & Mrs. Morton Croll
Mrs. Anne Cullinani
Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Dance
Mr. & Mrs. George Day
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Dennehey
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred DiCesare
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Duggan
Mrs. Anastacia G. Ellard
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley C. Ellis
Mr. Robert Fader
Barbara A. Fisher
Mr. Frank Ferry
Robert T. Flaherty
Mr. & Mrs. Ed Flynn
Mr. Michele Foritano
Miss Laura Fouche
Mr. & Mrs. David Fouche
Mr. & Mrs. L. A. Frederick
Mrs. Marie Goddard
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Goodwin
Mrs. Gladys Gough
Mr. & Mrs. William Gowin
Mr. & Mrs. E. P. Griffin
Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Hand
Mr. & Mrs. Handrahan
Thomas C. Harris
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Hartshorn
Mr. Robert D. Haskell
Mr. & Mrs. Russell A. Hawkins
Mr. & Mrs. Atwell Hedley
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hooker
Mr. & Mrs. H. Hunt
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Hurd
Mrs. Kathryn Jackson
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jennings
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Mr. & Mrs. Edward H. Lane, Sr.
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Earl B. Littlefield
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Miss Karen Maselli
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Bennett V. McLaughlin
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Mr. & Mrs. C. Norton
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick O’Donovan
Dr. & Mrs. Charles S. Paraskis
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Parrott
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Miss Susan Wells
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Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Woodworth
Thomas Carrigg and Son
Cartwright Funeral Homes
Caspersen Overhead Garage Doors
Dr. Robert C. Collins
W. P. Conlan, M.D.
Frederick E. Connelly, D.D.S.
Holbrook Co-Operative Bank
The Holbrook Kindergarten
Holbrook Pharmacy, Inc.
Robert B. Kresser Company
Dr. Clifford H. Lake
MacMurdo Bros. Service Station
Dr. Francis J. McCarthy
C. Robert Reynolds, D.D.S.
Frank S. Rizzo
Stanney’s Ice Cream, Inc.
Suburban Insurance Agency
R. A. Weeks, Inc.
J. R. P. Drug Co., Inc.
Lakeview Roller Rink
Whitey’s Home Bakery
Baynes Electric Supply Co.
Bay State Restaurant Products, Inc
Hoppy’s Oil Service
James E. Davidson
Dr. Barce’s Animal Hospital