James D. Hayes
Catherine L. Hutch
EDITOR—Marsha LaBrache, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF—Karen Phillipo.
HEAD TYPIST—Eileen Johnson
ARTISTS and LAYOUT—Robert Fecteau and Peter Pierce.
WRITERS —First Row: K. Myrshall, H. Fricault, J. Tremblay, J. Marshall, J. Holt, R. Gilbreath.
Second Row: B. Day, M. Shemligian, C. Melkunas, H. Bourgeois, B. Naumes, W. Shelales, E.
Toohey, G. Martin, B. Leete, T. Miele.
BUSINESS MANAGERS and TYPISTS —First Row: J. Ryan, L. Spear, K. Phillipo, M. La-
Brache, D. Russo, D. Rossi. Second Row: S. Wiles, C. Soter, J. Palmer, L. Jessing, D. Wright.
Raymond C. Richer
Superintendent of Schools
John F. Francis
D. Joseph Hannagan
Lorraine R. Luz, Secretary
Therese H. Daly
Richard A. DeCesare
Arthur P. Duplissis
Dr. Robert A. Dolan
Mary L. Fee
James G. Honen
Gene F. Insani
William J. Kelleher
Robert F. Lyons
Stephen A. Manning
Eleanore B. C. Nordgren
Lloyd F. Spaulding
Robert S. Weston
Cosmo A. Valente
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ALVIN M. ALDRICH
Tall . . . good looking . . . plays
left tackle on the football team
. . . champion giggler . . . often
seen riding in a blue jeep . . .
enjoys skating . . . loafer in P.
X. class . . . future undecided.
JANE B. ANDERSON
Sophisticated . . . smart . . .
stylish dresser . . . expert at
giving and taking sarcasm . . .
a sense of humor all her own
. . . always at parties . . . never
misses a trick . . . plans to fur¬
ther her education . . . what’s
so special about ’56 Pontiacs,
RITA M. ANTINARELLA
Quiet . . . demure . . . has a
serious outlook on life . . . sin¬
cere in her actions . . . depend¬
able and patient . . . very soft
spoken ... a friend to everyone
. . . always looking on the
brighter side of life.
Forever present when there is
trouble . . . never serious . . .
talkative . . . energetic . . . un¬
selfish . . . runs our school pro¬
jectors with skill . . . plans for
JOHN A. AURICCHIO
Likeable red head . . . always
on hand when help is needed
. . . plans to attend New Eng¬
land Barber School . . . hopes
to reside in California . . . has
the biggest collection of hot
rod books in Marlborough.
THOMAS M. AVANTS
Long . . . lanky . . . lovable
. . . has to look down on other
people . . . should be rich . . .
has two jobs . . . hopes to join
Pookey, at Lowell Tech.
Interest lies in cars and water
skiing . . . President of the
Southboro Car Club . . . pleas¬
ing personality . . . plans to
enter the Armed Forces after
PATRICIA M. BIGELOW
Cute as a kitten . . . friendly
. . . popular . . . hard, capable
worker . . . serious student . . .
cheerful . . . enjoys a good time
. . . telephone operator . . .
plans to remain with Telephone
Fun is fun everywhere . . .
cheerful . . . competent . . .
studious . . . bubbling person¬
ality . . . good looking ... a
veteran majorette . . . excellent
guard on the basketball team
. . . has an interest in the Air
Force . . . plans to be a medical
LINDA M. BOISSE
Tall attractive miss . . . every¬
one’s friend . . . especially pop¬
ular with the boys . . . always
perturbed . . . sparkling per¬
sonality . . . Mr. H’s personal
secretary . . . secretary of the
A.A. . . . will make business
boom at some luck beauty
NORMAN E. BOISSE
Quiet . . . unassuming . . . stu¬
dious . . . great reader . . .
interested in Math and Science
. . . spends 6th period working
in lab . . . works spare time at
First National . . . plans are
to attend Tech.
MARY A. BONIN
Extremely attractive . . . beau¬
tiful black hair . . . sweet . . .
sincere personality . . . has a
large variety of friends . . .
never seen without Pat . . .
takes a special interest in sew¬
ing . . . future plans undecided.
JAMES M. BOULE
Small but very aggressive . . .
a happy-go-lucky fellow . . .
distracts certain girls in P.D.
class . . . friendly . . . humor¬
ous . . . full of pep . . . member
of the hockey team . . . hopes
to enter the Air Force.
HENRY C. BOURGEOUS
Quiet . . . mature . . . well-
mannered . . . has a long list
of friends ... sincere worker
. . . studious . . . excellent in
Math and Science . . . liked by
all who come in contact with
him . . . sure to succeed at Low¬
SHIRLEY A. BOUVIER
Petite . . . pleasant . . . peppy
. . . has a way with the boys
. . . well-liked by everyone . . .
full of fun . . . adds much to
class . . . plans to become a
EVELYN C. BRODERICK
Demure but pleasant . . . liked
by all who know her ... is
especially partial to Paul . . .
plans are being made for that
certain date . . . strikes or
spares this time, Eve?
ARTHUR V..CADIEUX JR.
Wandering Romeo of the class
. . . always going places he
doesn’t want to go . . . and
usually the last one to leave
. . . takes a lot of ribbing . . .
artistic . . . vivid imagination
. . . practical joker . . . user of
big words . . . future undecided.
JOHN A. CARBONE
Snappy . . . green eyes . . .
spontaneous smile . . . always
ready with a farm story . . .
hard worker . . . always tink¬
ering with his ”55 Mercury
. . . wonders why it won’t work
. . . sure to be a success in
PATRICIA A. CARR
Tall blonde . . . attractive . . .
statuesque head majorette . . .
has never ending appetite . . .
finds an interest in college boys
. . . plans to enter Becker Jun¬
ior College in September.
AMBROSE P. CASSIDY
Came to us from St. John’s in
his Sophomore year . . . risen
to great heights . . . Editor in
Chief of Highlander . . . Good
Government Day representa¬
tive . . . sure to succeed at Col¬
lege of Pharmacy.
Cute . . . quiet . . . sweet dim¬
pled smile . . . loves to walk,
especially up and down Main
Street . . . keeps Framingham
boys guessing . . . plans for the
future are not complete.
RICHARD L. CHAPUT
Another one of our quieter
members . . . bashful . . . de¬
mure . . . never talks very
much . . . studious . . . great
imagination ... a lover of all
types of music . . . avid fan of
W O R C . . . plans to become
PATRICIA A. CHIRAS
Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . .
engaging personality . . . sweet
disposition . . . soft voice . . .
serene . . . sincere . . . excellent
checker at Stop and Shop . . .
plans to be a secretary.
DENNIS P. CLARK
Sportsman . . . class hunter . . .
very successful on local birds
but not much luck on deer this
year . . . interest in guns and
types of ammunition may lead
to his life work in gunsmithing.
JUDITH M. COHEN
Cute and cheerful . . . always
willing to lend a hand . . . fun
to have around and always full
of giggles . . . enjoys weekend
bus rides to Worcester . . .
hopes to attend Secretarial
school after graduation.
WILLIAM F. COUGHLIN
Mischievous . . . fun loving . . .
adds life to any party ... al¬
ways telling ridiculous tales
. . . keeps co-ed workers in a
tizzy at the Wayside Country
Store . . . plans to be a tool
and die maker.
HARRISON R. CROSSMAN
Tall blonde . . . unpredictable
... a fun loving party goer . . .
has a variety of friends . . .
runs his own taxi service and
in his spare time keeps the A
& P going ... plans to follow
in his father’s footsteps.
ELIZABETH A. CUMMINS
Ladylike . . . courteous . . .
cooperative . . . balance wheel
in any group . . . good listener
. . . friendly . . . sympathetic
. . . veteran basketball player
. . . handy with a needle . . .
plans to enter Worcester State
College in fall.
SUSAN L. CURRAN
Attractive . . . smart dresser
. . . bundle of joy ... a sparkle
of zest . . . attracts many
friends . . . never at a loss for
words . . . always has a com¬
plaint . . . has made many
pilgrimages to Acton . . . plans
to attend Becker Junior Col¬
BARBARA A. DAY
Came to us in junior year . . .
cute . . . blonde . . . popular
with everyone . . . dependable
worker . . . member of National
Honor Society . . . usually seen
in corridors sixth period . . .
plans to enter secretarial field
in near future.
Boat designer . . . science wiz¬
ard . . . likes exploring, boat¬
ing, building rockets . . . plays
the accordian and trumpet . . .
an all round student . . . liked
by all . . . plans to attend Low¬
ell Tech in September.
ROLAND L. DesROCHERS
Sharp dresser . . . has an envi¬
able supply of sweaters . . .
liked by all who come in con¬
tact with him . . . well man¬
nered . . . happy as a “Lark”
. . . Worcester Junior College
will keep him busy for the next
Sparkling dark brown eyes and
hair . . . noted for her beautiful
clothes . . . makes short stories
long with her endless chatter
. . . plans to keep the keys of
some lucky executive’s type¬
Typical, well-mannered teen¬
ager ... a sports enthusiast
. . . one of our best ball players
. . . good company . . . great
asset to the class . . . likes to
make other people’s problems
seem small . . . sure to succeed
in whatever he endeavors.
Shy . . . reserved . . . well-
mannered . . . always ready for
a laugh . . . appreciates a good
looking girl . . . can always be
found in his ’56 Chevy con¬
vertible . . . future plans in¬
HAROLD F. DOWNEY
The pint sized prankster of the
class . . . cute . . . well liked
. . . sharp dresser . . . always
neat and trim . . . can liven up
a class or party . . . plans to
enter drafting school and it is
sure to be a success.
NANCY M. DUESEL
Has an aristocratic poise . . .
gentle mannered . . . beauti¬
fully groomed and a smart
dresser . . . keeps room 31 on
its toes sixth period . . . always
finds an “interest” in every
sport . . . has not completed
her schedule for the future.
CORINNA B. ELLIS
Cute . . . likeable blonde . . .
sweet ways . . . quiet but full
of fun . . . always ready for a
laugh . . . friendly smile . . .
shy until you know her . . .
plans to attend hairdressing
ELAINE S. EVANGELOUS
A pint sized blonde bombshell
. . . the main attraction of
home room 31 . . . always on
the go (especially to Hudson)
. . . noted for her fine collec¬
tion of short skirts . . . will
make an ideal airline hostess.
PATRICIA M. FARR
Studious and very lady-like
. . . sympathetic sincere . . .
takes a deep interest in school
with fellow classmates . . .
plans to attend Chandler Sec¬
retarial School in September.
ROBERT A. FECTEAU
Sincere in his actions ... a
dependable worker for the class
. . . artistic . . . popular with
the ladies . . . designer of the
class banner and yearbook . . .
will be an asset to any art
school he attends.
REED C. FAXON
Friendly . . . level headed . . .
intelligent . . . quiet manner
. . . always willing to do a
favor . . . partial to his little
white bug . . . usually found
in Wayland . . . plans to enter
LOUISE M. FELIX
Intelligent . . . dark haired . . .
very well mannered and well
spoken . . . MHS’s Annie Oak¬
ley . . . makes friends easily
. . . an outstanding scholastic
record for four years . . . plans
to attend an Art school after
JOHN W. FAY
Friendly . . . quiet . . . light
hearted individual . . . always
ready for fun . . . has a good
sense of humor . . . has done
a great deal of traveling . . .
no plans for the future.
KAREN A. FISHER
Usually quiet . . . fair com¬
plexion . . . very cooperative
. . . has a smile of warmth and
friendliness . . . undertakes
work with a serious aspect . . .
always seen but seldom heard
. . . plans on becoming a nurse
and later entering the Service.
ELEANOR F. FLINT
Good things come in small
packages . . . friend to all . . .
good natured . . . has a smile
which shows a sparkling per¬
sonality . . . very adept in
cooking . . . some fine fellow
BERNARD A. FOISY JR.
Good natured . . . popular . . .
always has a pleasing smile
. . . admired by everyone . . .
star half back . . . educated toe
helped win many football
games . . . freshman girls’ hero
. . . will succeed in any en¬
DENNIS G. FOURNIER
One of the best looking boys
. . . pretends to be shy . . .
horse lover . . . has many fe¬
male fans ... a true friend
. . . champion salesman of our
junior class . . . tremendous
personality . . . spare time is
spent at A & P or in a blue
HELEN F. FRICAULT
Tall . . . slim . . . brunette . . .
bowling fan . . . serious in all
undertakings . . . congenial
manner . . . optimistic in every
situation . . . true friend and
willing worker . . . plans to
enter State College.
Another new addition to our
class . . . tall . . . attractive . . .
carefree attitude towards life
. . . she isn’t as shy as she
appears . . . the center attrac¬
tion in all her classes . . . will
attend college after graduation.
RUTH M. GILBREATH
Our hard working Vice-Presi¬
dent . . . truly an asset to our
class . . . very popular . . . de¬
pendable . . . faithful . . . and
has a trustworthy nature . . .
enjoys riding in little green jets
. . . plans to enter nursing
school in September . . . she
should achieve immediate suc¬
cess in her profession.
ROBERT M. GRAHAM
Quiet . . . dignified . . . very
reserved . . . always has some¬
thing cooking . . . real orator
in P.X. class . . . Chef at How¬
ard Johnson’s . . . plans to
further his education.
JAMES R. HANSON
Never without a gleam of sun¬
shine . . . always cheerful . . .
quiet . . . has profound interest
in outdoor sports . . . future
plans undecided but with his
great personality will always be
a credit to his school and
PATRICIA F. GREENE
Extremely attractive young
lady . . . much envied for her
beautiful complexion . . . full
of laughs . . . always appreci¬
ates a good time . . . has many
friends . . . her future is unde¬
WILLIAM H. HANSON
Smart . . . considerate . . . well-
liked . . . enjoys a good time
. . . likes motorcycle races and
outdoor field sports . . . active
member of track team . . .
holds high jump record . . .
future plans undecided.
TIMOTHY B. J. HANNON
Shy . . . quiet . . . well-man¬
nered . . . dependable . . .
thoughtful of other people . . .
often seen in his ’54 Ford
bomber . . . favorite color is
“Greene” . . . seen frequently
roaming the third floor . . .
plans to enter the service.
GEORGE C. HARAKLES
Forever talking . . . likes to
argue . . . enjoys English com¬
positions . . . humorous . . .
attends all parties . . . serious
about school work . . . baseball
fan . . . plans for future unde¬
DOROTHY P. HARRIS
A new face and personality
added to our class . . . likeable
. . . has a gift of friendliness
. . . enjoys sports . . . music
. . . dancing . . . favorite pas¬
time “traveling” . . . plans to
become a teacher
JOHN J. HOGAN
President of the class . . . de¬
pendable . . . good natured . . .
a Panther iceman . . . “walking
delegate” in the corridors pe¬
riod six . . . never at a loss
for words especially when it
comes to horses . . . has won
many races at Foxboro, Suf¬
folk, and Rockingham . . .
plans to become a veterinarian
. . . should get along wonder¬
fully with his patients.
JAMES R. HOLT
An ambitious fellow . . . popu¬
lar student . . . hard worker at
First National Store . . . crazy
over sport cars . . . has a strong
interest at St. Anne’s Academy
. . . future undecided.
JUDITH A. HOLT
Very pleasant . . . makes
friends easily . . . never at a
loss for words . . . has an easy
going manner . . . always tri¬
umphant . . . brightens the
business office of the hospital
. . . undecided as to future
RUTH E. HOLYOKE
Studious . . . ambitious . . .
good natured . . . full of fun
. . . friendly . . . member of
the National Honor Society
. . . never misses a Boys Club
Dance . . . plans to be a future
LESLIE L. HOUDE
Excitable . . . capable pal . . .
loves bowling . . . never on
time for anything . . . sincere
in her actions . . . dependable
and patient . . . always on the
go at the Marlborough Hospital
. . . great helper at the Hospi¬
tal .. . plans to be an L.P.N.
LINDA A. JESSING
Warm and friendly disposition
. . . has a gift of gab . . . her
part time job at the hospital
has kept her busy these past
few years . . . will continue
along this line at a School of
Nursing . . . Best of Luck!
EILEEN G. JOHNSON
Her sparkling eyes and gleam¬
ing smile radiate through a
crowd . . . never a dull moment
when Eileen’s around ... the
spark plug of the majorettes
. . . Queen of the Junior Prom
. . . plans on becoming a den¬
KATHERINE E. JOHNSON
Excellent class secretary . . .
optimistic in every situation
. . . well versed in all matters
. . . natural poise . . . faithful
worker . . . sincere in all she
says and does . . . Miss Hutch’s
right hand woman . . . enthusi¬
astic fan of Yogi Bear . . .
Good luck in the Business
Quiet . . . very friendly . . .
looks serious . . . possesses a
fine sense of humor . . . has
the reputation of getting things
done . . . main interest located
at Woolworths’ . . . plans to
attend a business college . . .
sure to succeed in future years.
LAWRENCE A. KEEFE
Quiet but peppy . . . always on
the go . . . adds color to room
32 . . . has a variety of friends
. . . has a knack for taking
things apart . . . plans to enter
the electronics field.
DAVID M. KELBER
Neat dresser . . . sociable . . .
constantly on the move . . .
always lends a helping hand
. . . has his own business in the
electronics field . . . runs the
projector and known as “Rec¬
ord Man at Marlborough
MARSHA A. LaBRACHE
Flirtatious . . . raven haired
cheerleader ... a nonchalant
attitude toward life . . . her
thoughtfulness and willingness
to lend a hand has won the
hearts of her classmates . . .
has charm all her own . . .
Loves those sharp Connors!
NANCY A. LAPIERRE
Very dependable . . . cheerful
personality . . . mature . . .
friendly . . . loves to compli¬
ment people . . . well-liked by
her classmates . . . pleasing
smile . . . patients are sure to
recover fast with this cheerful
ROBERT F. LAVALLE
A good natured jolly gent . . .
takes a lot of ribbing . . . adds
a spark of life to home room
33 . . . has taken quite an in¬
terest in P.D. . . . keeps things
rolling at the Stop and Shop.
PAUL R. LEDUC
Good natured . . . shy ... in¬
dustrious . . . has lots of school
spirit . . . spends hours playing
records . . . willing to learn
how to dance . . . plans to
enter the U.S. Marines after
BARBARA ANN LEETE
Calm . . . cool . . . collected
. . . ready for fun at the right
times . . . sincere in her actions
. . . tremendous creative writ¬
ing ability . . . Glee Club mem¬
ber . . . Going to keep sailing
with the Navy Barb?
PAUL G. LEFEVRE
Quiet . . . friendly . . . always
equipped with a pleasant smile
. . . willing worker . . . very
good fellow to have around . . .
usually seen roaming around
room 33 . . . great help with
projector . . . good luck in the
BEVERLY A. LENARD
A hilarious person . . . gets
along with everyone . . . beau¬
tifully dressed . . . very daring
. . . exceptionally smart . . .
artistic decorator for the Junior
Prom . . . Mr. D’s pride and
joy . . . always popping corny
jokes . . . future plans are to
become a secretary.
NORMAN D. LINDSAY
Artistic . . . good worker . . .
quiet . . . friendly . . . grower
of carnations . . . good Science
and Math student . . . quite
the rifleman . . . has an eye for
Italian targets . . . can’t miss
his ’52 blue and white Chevy
. . . plans to enter Industrial
RONALD P. J. LIZOTTE
Everyone’s friend . . . unceas¬
ing wit . . . President of the
Athletic Association . . . has
one of the best chicken coops
on the road . . . thinks he has
a few connections at the office
. . . plans to be an ace radio
PATRICK P. LOFTUS
Handsome . . . fascinating blue
eyes . . . outstanding football,
hockey, and track player . . .
combination of brains and
brawn . . . will be a credit to
any college he attends.
MARK E. LUNDBERG
Serious student . . . abilities in
many fields . . . enjoys sports
and outdoor life . . . runs movie
projector with skill . . . liked
by all . . . plans a career in the
DAVID R. LYONS
Good looking . . . snappy
dresser . . . very interested in
sports cars . . . drives a flashy
red Triumph . . . keeps voca¬
tional school popping . . . mem¬
ber of the National Guard . . .
hopes to further education.
JOHN H. MacFARLANE
Craves slow cars and fast bikes
. . . has in his possession one
of each . . . plans to increase
his knowledge in industrial
skills ... his pleasing person¬
ality will make him a success
in whatever he endeavors.
EDWARD M. MAHER III
Very witty . . . always ready
with a remark ... a long last¬
ing smile and lofty personality
. . . often seen repairing his
Mercury ... a great asset to
the class . . . plans for the
future are undecided.
DOROTHY M. MANN
Bouncy . . . lively . . . talkative
. . . loves life and lives it to
its fullest . . . always in search
of a party . . . very likeable
. . . has acquired many friends
for the short time she’s been
here ... no matter what field
she enters after graduation she
is sure to be a success.
RONALD T. MARINO
Happy go lucky . . . two feet
always on the ground and head
up high . . . never worries is
always willing to lend a help¬
ing hand . . . plans to work
for Uncle Sam on a boat in a
unique organization called the
WILLIAM J. MARINO
Masculine . . . very good look¬
ing . . . always in need of a
razor . . . sharp dresser . . . has
a long list of female admirers
. . . well-mannered . . . spar¬
kling personality . . . trigger of
the Panther’s big gun . . .
bound for California.
JANICE E. MARSHALL
Blonde combo of brains and
beauty . . . witty . . . gabbing
in the office most of the time
. . . one of the top scholastical
students of our class . . . never
seen without Bev . . . plans to
be a primary grade teacher.
GAIL F. MARTIN
One of our taller girls ... en¬
joys a good time . . . enjoys
participating in a healthy ar¬
gument ... ambitious salesgirl
for class pins . . . never seems
to make the 8 o’clock bell . . .
plans to be an airline hostess.
CORNELIUS S. MAURICE
A great person to know . . .
a real talker and jokester . . .
enjoys being with the crowd
. . . joins in all class activities
. . . works at Singer Sewing
Machines . . . hopes to become
president of the company.
diane l. McDonough
A more recent addition to our
class . . . studious . . . easy to
get along with . . . popular . . .
enjoys writing letters to the
Navy . . . usually found in
Northboro on Saturday nights
. . . plans to enter hairdressing
field after graduation.
Devil may care attitude . . .
enjoys hunting and fishing . . .
serious but not about school
work . . . cool . . . calm . . .
conservative . . . plans to find
an easy job for life.
JANET M. McPHEE
Quiet and shy on the surface
. . . still water runs deep . . .
laughs easily . . . makes life a
treat . . . enjoys roller skating
. . . plans for future indefinite
. . . watch out for that red hair.
TINA M. MIELE
M.H.S.’s attractive head cheer¬
leader ... in queen’s court at
the junior prom . . . well
groomed . . . smart dresser . . .
holds true the old adage “Gen¬
tlemen prefer blondes” . . .
plans to further education.
CAROL A. MELKUNAS
Quiet . . . reserved . . . depend¬
able . . . producer of gooey
concoctions at Cole’s . . . just
makes the eight o’clock bell
and like Cinderella can’t seem
to make her midnight curfew
. . . likes bowling . . . keeps
her scores a secret . . . plans
to become a dental assistant.
DANIEL J. MOORE
One of the newest members of
our senior class . . . lies the
teacher’s undivided attention
. . . out of the way sense of
humor . . . often seen riding
around in his blue Ford . . .
plans to attend Mass. School of
GERALD D. MESSIER
Good natured . . . gets along
with all . . . has a long list of
female admirers . . . keen sense
of humor . . . “Dennis the
Menace” at heart . . . likes hot
rods . . . undecided to his plans
KATHLEEN E. MYSHRALL
Chairman of Christmas card
sale ... a tremendous and
willing worker ... a very vi¬
vacious cheerleader . . . envi¬
able . . . naturally red-curly
hair . . . bouncy and full of
pep . . . Vice-president of Hon¬
or Society . . . plans to become
a secretary after graduation.
Enthusiastic . . . aggressive . . .
never misses a chance to argue
. . . makes his presence known
. . . veteran of the National
Honor Society . . . faithful and
competent Class Treasurer . . .
plans to enter M.I.T. in the
VIVIAN R. NAVA
Dreamy long eyelashes . . .
contagious giggle . . . sincere
and loyal to her friends . . .
talks a Navy blue streak . . .
spends most of her spare time
as Nurse’s aide . . . hopes to
enter nursing school in the fall.
FRANCIS A. NICOLETTA
Dark and handsome . . . popu¬
lar .. . has a winning smile
. . . shy with girls . . . loads of
fun . . . can be seen often on
the golf course . . . sure to
succeed in the future.
Quiet . . . never known to
hurry or fret . . . humorous at
times . . . one of our conquer-
ial boys . . . chief mischief
maker . . . besides being a
numismatist he paints in his
spare time . . . plans to join
HENRY G. PACIFIC
The bashful type . . . indif¬
ferent . . . unconcerned . . .
talkative at the wrong time . . .
enjoys hunting, fishing and
customizing cars . . . played
some hockey and football . . .
plans to enter the Navy after
JEAN F. PALMER
Likeable . . . happy-go-lucky
personality ... a pleasing smile
for all . . . member of the
National Honor Society . . .
good worker . . . able and will¬
ing typist for the yearbook . . .
favorite hobby is working with
horses . . . will become an
excellent secretary in future
PETER A. PARKER
A new and dependable worker
for the class . . . candid shot
photographer for the yearbook
. . . sometime shy . . . always
willing to do a favor . . . has
traveled extensively . . . future
JOSEPH W. PICONE
Talkative . . . very well liked
. . . musically inclined . . .
plays a trombone in M.H.S.’s
band . . . goes in for an assort¬
ment of sports . . . likes tall
girls . . . has to be very atten¬
tive in Biology . . . plans to be
a music teacher.
PETER E. PIERCE
Warm smile and cherry “hello”
for all . . . ambitious . . . easy
going . . . faithful friend . . .
always willing to pitch in . . .
one of the designers of the
class banner and yearbook . . .
plans to enter Art School in
KAREN M. PHILLIPO
Petite . . . peppy and cute . . .
very active in school sports
. . . cheerleader in her junior
year ... in the queen’s court
at the junior prom . . . often
found “Bobben” along the
causeway . . . plans to further
her career as a dental assistant.
TERRANCE M. QUINN
Studious . . . well mannered
. . . one of the best dressed
boys . . . came to us from Mar¬
ion High in his Junior year
. . . he is well liked by his
fellow classmates . . . loves to
bowl . . . future plans unde¬
A great sense of humor . . .
very understanding . . . quiet
. . . scholastically inclined . . .
ready to help classmates with
school work . . . hopes to join
Air Force ... is sure to be a
success in future years.
CHARLOTTE A. REGNIER
Tall . . . blonde . . . witty . . .
has a great sense of humor . . .
a real live wire at Allen’s . . .
has a great love for animals
. . . her ambition is to knit a
pair of slippers without getting
caught . . . hopes to enter the
JAMES T. ROCHE
Tall . . . good looking . . .
debonaire . . . Star football
player . . . excels in sports . . .
friendly . . . apathetic and un¬
concerned . . . future plans are
undecided ... his personality
will make him a success.
DAVID F. ROSSI
Tall . . . dark . . . good looking
. . . personality plus . . . excel¬
lent dancer . . . always ready
with a witty reply . . . hopes
to lead his “Apaches” to star¬
dom . . . will enter Chamber-
lain Junior College in the fall.
DAVID E. RUSSO
Fun loving . . . likeable . . .
ambitious . . . good looking . . .
always willing to lend a help¬
ing hand . . . neat and trim at
all times . . . good dancer . . .
hard working, willing worker
for yearbook . . . future plans
include the Air Force.
JOHN P. RYAN
Always smiling . . . terrific
personality . . . well liked by
senior girls . . . valuable mem¬
ber of the football team . . .
umpires grade school baseball
. . . plans to join the Navy in
HARRIET A. SAUNDERS
The girl with a comb . . . lively
personality . . . always ready
for a good time . . . humorous
. . . good natured . . . just
can’t seem to make the 8
o’clock bell . . . future plans
ALAN C. SCHOFIELD
Marlboro Panther . . . talks up
a storm in clerical practice . . .
business like and academic
pursuits . . . straight forward
. . . pleasant word for all . . .
sure to succeed in the future.
MARY R. SHEMLIGIAN
Cute . . . sociable . . . possesses
beautiful dark-wavy-hair . . .
excellent seamstress . . . could
work for Christian Dior . . .
prefers Woolworth’s . . . de¬
pendable . . . future plans in¬
clude the business world.
SANDRA A. SCOTT
Veteran of the National Honor
Society . . . quiet . . . mature
personality . . . extremely stu¬
dious . . . liked by pupils and
teachers . . . tireless and will¬
ing worker . . . undoubtedly
will be a top secretary in the
JUNE L. SMITH
Intelligent . . . bright and witty
. . . dramatic personality . . .
talkative . . . dependable . . .
has a wandering eye for boys
. . . Marlboro High’s “sweater
girl” . . . outlook for life is in¬
WARREN V. SHELALES
Easy going ... a quiet red¬
head . . . good natured . . . nice
fellow to have around . . .
Chevrolet specialist . . . skiing
enthusiast . . . plans to go to
Wentworth Institute of Tech¬
nology . . . plans to specialize
in machine design.
CATHERINE M. SOTER
The Charleston Queen of 1961
. . . should be on television . . .
happy . . . smiling . . . ambi¬
tious . . . enjoys music, sports
and eating . . . plans to do sec¬
retarial work after graduation.
DONALD A. SOUCY
Happy-go-lucky ... all around
great person . . . crazy over his
motor scooter . . . spends a lot
of time at Cross Auto Body
. . . seems to go for red-heads
with freckles . . . plans to at¬
tend Fitchburg State.
LEONARD J. SPEAR
Happy-go-lucky . . . everyone’s
pal . . . talkative good football
player . . . hopes to play for
the Patriots . . . very intelli¬
gent . . . great fan of Mr. Terry
. . . member of the National
Vim . . . vigor . . . and vitality
... a very smart dresser . . .
very style conscious . . . full
of fun . . . attractive . . . has
quite an interest in someone
on Rawline Avenue . . . plans
a future in the Art world.
PHILIP E. STONE
A quiet, thoughtful boy . . .
Frankie Avalon of the Senior
Class . . . loves animals . . .
nice smile . . . pleasing person¬
ality . . . girl-shy . . . keeps
Hudson A & P going . . . future
plans are to join the Air Force.
DONALD F. SUGG
Eager beaver worker ... a new
comer in his junior year . . .
tall . . . neat . . . good looking
. . . constantly surrounded by
the opposite sex . . . willing to
console any girl with a lonely
heart . . . sure to succeed in
whatever he endeavors.
MARY J. SPRATT
A friendly, well-liked member
of our class . . . always willing
to help anyone . . . very soft
spoken . . . will be a success at
anything she chooses to do
PAUL R. TESSIER
Nice Looking . . . fine dresser
. . . has an excellent “Taylor”
. . . special hobby is fixing cars
. . . never at a loss for words
. . . patron of the Natick Drive-
In .. . shy in appearance but
friendly . . . Worcester Junior
College is on the agenda for
EDWARD J. TOOHEY
Dependable . . . never too quiet
. . . real talker . . . likes bowl¬
ing . . . also baseball and girls
. . . laughs . . . every problem
off . . . excellent part time cus¬
todian . . . good at figures . . .
plans to be in the business
JOANNE M. TREMBLAY
Mischief . . . personified . . .
always laughing . . . never too
serious about anything . . .
loves life and people . . . keeps
home room 38 alive . . . never
misses a football game . . .
plans a secretarial career.
CHARLES P. TROMBETTA
Good looking . . . debonaire
. . . suave manner . . . sincere
. . . tolerant and consistent . . .
famous for ten minute dashes
to Millis . . . spends his spare
rime making friends on the
cape . . . sure to succeed in the
A friend to all . . . easy-going
and carefree . . . humorous
. . . good natured . . . nice
fellow to have around . . . pre¬
fers fun to studying any day
. . . has not decided as to his
WILLIAM J. TRUDEAU
Believes in enjoying life . . .
keen sense of humor . . .
Cocker’s chief tinkerer . . .
never in a hurry . . . amiable
. . . willing worker . . . likes
hockey . . . baseball ... no
plans for the future.
JOYCE S. TURNER
Charming but reserved . . .
soft-spoken . . . friendly to all
. . . beautiful naturally wavy
hair . . . neat dresser . . . very
feminine and debonaire . . .
reliable and well-mannered . . .
photographed the Thanksgiving
game . . . very photogenic.
CAROL A. WHITEAKER
Sweeter than sugar . . . spar¬
kling blonde hair . . . twinkling
blue eyes . . . fun-loving . . .
soft spot for owner of a black
Chevy . . . Crack shot on rifle
team . . . likes the Great Out¬
doors . . . plans a career work¬
ing with younger children.
Has a sweet personality ... a
typical teenager . . . faithful to
all school activities . . . popular
with teachers and classmates
. . . keeps all the customers
happy at the Sunshine Dairy.
SANDRA L. WILES
Petite . . . gay and carefree . . .
dependable . . . always willing
to help with her typing skill
. . . liked by all who know her
. . . plans are being made for
that certain date . . . Wards
Business School graduate . . .
plans a career with IBM.
FRANCIS A. WILSON
Hero of the Thanksgiving
game . . . Class President in
junior year . . . managing edi¬
tor of the Highlander . . . user
of big words . . . serious stu¬
dent . . . hopes to go to West
Point after graduation.
DORIS L. WRIGHT
A quiet, efficient worker . . .
well-liked . . . member of Na¬
tional Honor Society . . . likes
a certain kind of “Art” . . .
top worker at the 5 & 10 .. .
plans to enter the world of
ROBERT E. WYCKSTROM
Everything is just one big blast
. . . well-liked . . . studious . . .
ambitious . . . willing to help
. . . W. T. Grant’s chief jack-
of-all-trades . . . plans to trade
the orange and black for the
Air Force Blue
JOHN F. ZANCA
Shy smile . . . friendly . . .
well-mannered . . . possesses a
host of loyal friends . . . faith¬
ful worker at the Stop and
Shop . . . enjoys his period 3
class . . . plans for the future
are sure to be a success.
Junior Class Officers
First Row: Ruth Gilbreath, Vice President; Francis Wilson,
President. Second Row: Patrick Cassidy, Treasurer; Kath¬
erine Johnson, Secretary.
First Row: Ronald Marino, Robert Fecteau, Arthur Ca-
dieux. Second Row: William Hanson, Linda Boisse, Helen
Fricault, Louise Felix, Joseph Picone.
Junior General Committee
First Row: Linda Boisse, Joanne Trembley. Second Row:
Marsha LaBrache, Ruth Gilbreath, Francis Wilson, Kath¬
erine Johnson, Patrick Cassidy, Janice Marshall. Third
Row: John Hogan, William Marino, Bernard Foisey, Hen¬
ry Bourgois, James Roche, William Naumes, David Russo,
Donald Sugg, William Coughlin.
First Row: David Russo, Marsha LaBrache, Tina Miele,
Ruth Gilbreath, Patrick Loftus. Second Row: Bernard
Foisy, Warren Shelales, James Roche, William Naumes.
First Row: June Smith, Francis Wilson, Karen
Phillipo. Second Row: Robert Fecteau, Peter
Junior Homeroom Committee
First Row: Tina Miele, Karen Phillipo, Ronald Lizzotte,
Ruth Holyoke, John Aurricchio, Jane Anderson, Helen
Fricault. Second Row: Paul Tessier, John Zanca, Henry
Bourgeois, Charles Trombetta, Warren Shelales, Robert
Graham, Norman Lindsey, James Boule.
Robert Fecteau, Peter Pierce.
Junior Hop Committee
First Row: Elaine Evangelous, Catherine Vaillancourt,
Beverly Lenard, June Smith, Patricia Blazjewski, Judith
Holt. Second Row: Francis Nicoletta, Henry Bourgeois,
Leonard Spear, Thomas Avants, Cornelius Maurice, Peter
Pierce, David Lyons.
Junior Prom Committee
First Row: Jane Anderson, Sandra Scott, Barbara Day,
Janice Marshall, Eileen Johnson. Second Row: Leonard
Spear, Patricia Carr, Robert Fecteau, Beverly Lenard,
Arthur Cadieux, Elaine Evangelous. Third Row: David
Lyons, Edward Maher, Henry Bourgeois, James Roche,
Richard Crossman, Peter Pierce, Roland DesRochers.
First Row: Judith Holt, Ruth Gilbreath, Mary Shemligion,
Katherine Johnson, Patricia Blazewski. Second Row:
Carol Whiteaker, Cornelius Maurice, John Hogan, Wil¬
liam Naumes, Gerald Messier, Barbara Leete. Third Row:
Donald Sugg, Henry Bourgeois, Alan Schofield, Fran Wil¬
son, Thomas Avants, Roland DesRochers, Francis Nico-
Senior General Committee
First Row: Dorothy Mann, Judith Cohen, Nancy Lapierre,
Linda Boisse. Second Row: David Kelber, Richard Bastis,
First Row: Francis Wilson, Patrick Cassidy, William
Naumes. Second Row: Ronald Lizzotte, Donald Sugg,
Barbara Day, Robert Fecteau, William Marino.
First Row: Dorothy Harris, Katherine Vaillancourt, Jo¬
anne Tremblay, June Smith, Joyce Turner. Second Row:
William Coughlin, Edward Maher, Mark Lundberg, Wil¬
First Row: Vivian Nava, Kathleen Chamberlain, Ruth
Holyoke, Tina Miele, Joan Spratt, Sue Curran. Second
Row: George Lafreniere, Calvin O’Coin, Alvin Aldrich,
John MacFarlane, Lawrence Keefe, Arthur Josephson,
First Row: Linda Boisse, Secretary.
Second Row: Ronald Lizzotte, Presi¬
dent; Patrick Loftus, Vice President.
First Row: John Hogan, Ruth Gil¬
breath. Second Row: Kathleen John¬
son, William Naumes.
Play Program Committee
First Row: Ruth Holoyke, Roland DesRochers, David
Lyons, Mary Bonin. Second Row: Paul Tessier, Marijane
Gauthier, John Aurrichio.
Christmas Card Committee
First Row: Jane Anderson. Second Row: William Marino,
Gail Martin, Ruth Holoyke, Beverly Lenard, Patricia
Bigelow, John Ryan. Third Row: John Aurricchio, Thomas
Trotta, Leonard Spear, David Russo, Thomas Avants,
Charles Trombetta, Arthur Cadieux, Reed Faxon, Bernard
First Row: Patricia Farr, Susan Curran,
Patricia Chiras. Second Row: Dennis
Clark, George DiMauro.
First Row: Leonard Spear, Patrick Loftus, Judith Holt,
John Ryan. Second Row: Sandra Scott, William Marino,
John Hogan, Joyce Turner.
First Row: Rita Antinerella, Norman Boisse, Paul Lefevre,
Karen Fisher. Second Row: Edward Toohey, Evelyn Brod¬
erick, Michael McLaughlin.
Cap and Gown Committee
First Row: Katherine Johnson, Patricia Greene, George
Harakles, Carol Whiteaker, Eleanor Flint. Second Row:
Donald Soucy, Ronald Marino, Paul LeDuc, Philip Stone.
National Honor Society
First Row: Jean Palmer, Patricia Bigelow, Beverly Lenard,
Kathleen Myshrall, Doris Wright. Second Row: Barbara
Day, Ruth Holoyke, William Naumes, Francis Wilson,
Edward Toohey, Carol Melkunas, Sandra Scott.
First Row: Janice Marshall, Kathleen
Myshrall, Ruth Holoyke. Second Row:
William Naumes, Bernard Foisy, John
Senior Homeroom Collectors
First Row: Patricia Carr, Linda Jessing, Joanne Trem¬
blay, Janice Marshall, Linda Boisse, Helen Fricault. Sec¬
ond Row: Kathleen Myshrall, Jean Palmer, John Auric-
cio, Warren Shelales, Norman Lindsay, June Smith,
Cl ass Day Committee
First Row: Elaine Evangelous, Patricia Farr, Leslie
Houde, Corinna Ellis, Shirley Bouvier. Second Row:
Bruce Rankin, Francis Nicoletta, John Fay, Henry
Pacific, Joseph DiBuono, Charles Trombetta.
“Just keep walkin’”
First Row: Frank Biccheri, Fran Wilson, Jim Roche, Bar¬
ney Foisy, Lenny Spear, A1 Aldrich, Jack Ryan, Jeff Long,
Pat Loftus, Bill Marino. Second Row: Fran Fiorvante, Cliff
Stevens, Dick Belmore, Dick Ferro, Bill Sparks, Warren
Estabrook, Les Myshral, John Johnson, Jack Stone, Jay
Ianinni, Bill Naumes. Third Row: Coach A1 Daugherty,
Coach Dick Baldacci, Dick Giles, Bob Lamy, Bob McDon¬
ough, A1 Wilcox, Joe Ahearn, Fred Dyke, Dick Wilson,
Joe Madden, Ken Zebal, Coach Frank Kronoff. Fourth
Row: Kenny Reynolds, Fred Condry, Charles Blazejewski,
Chuck LeFerve, Paul Lombardo, Paul Phaneuf, Teddy
Tzimoulis, Eddie Lenard, Mike Seymore, Allen DeCoor-
ceay, Frank King, Alex Exrahopalous.
First Row: Paul Salvello, Mike Krysa, Bill Marino, Cap¬
tain; Jack Stone, Norm Avey. Second Row: Sam Duca,
Coach; Jim Joubert, Spunky Benway, Paul Senecal, Dave
Savello, A1 Schofield, Manager.
First Row: Vivian Nava, Elizabeth Cummings, Pat Blazjewski, Ruth Gilbreath, Nancy L'a-
Pierre, Andrea Granitsas, Jean Curtis, Mrs. Theresa Daly, Coach. Second Row: Linda Cot-
ting, Roberta Nickerson, Donna Jackman, Charlotte Kulevich, Judith Gibson, Joyce
Bourgeois, Pauline Nava. Third Row: Sandra Montecalvo, Susan Carbone, Janice Marinelli,
Jacqueline Sora, Jeanne Mosher, Paula Kulevich, Mary Lepore, Ann Holly, Mary Clark.
HOCKEY TEAM —First Row: Dick Ferro, John Carbone, Jim
Boule, Barney Foisey, Pat Loftus, Jack Hogan, Wayne Testa,
Garry Temple. Second Row: Mr. Yeadon, Coach; Tom Kasaras,
John Chase, Ra Seymour, Eddie Boleski, Mike Seymour, Tom
Nicoletta, Butch Barrett, A1 Mosher, Jim Phillipo, Frank Bric-
ceri, Ronnie Marino.
Jack Hogan, Pat Loftus, Jim Boule, John Carbone, Barney Foisey.
Pat Carr, Jean Curtis, Pat Blazejewski, Nancy McPhee, Gail Lutke, Marie Marble, Eileen Johnson,
Lyn Carnes, Jean Carter, Karen McDonough.
Mary Colecci, Kathy Myshrall, Tina Miele, Alberta Forrest, Shelia Nelson, Patty Nelson, Judy
Baker, Roberta Nickerson, Delma Mulcahy.
HALL OF FAME
Johnny Mathis Album
My bow for archery
Boat and Master Skis
Class ring of ’62
My black-white goose
My paint brush
55 Mercury which doesn’t work
all the time
A certain student at Holy Cross
Hard boiled eggs
Remington pump 20 gauge
Gary O’s picture
My hair dryer
56 Chev. convertible
Gene Krupa Album
My stuffed animals
Passing report cards
A friend at Hudson Catholic High
My little horse Hirah
My brothers blue conv.
Johnny Mathis Album
A friend at St. Annes
3 Teddy bears
Short wave radios
People who don’t like to argue
Cars that run into me
Teachers who don’t see things my
Teachers who give too much
Freshman newspaper reporters
Homework over the weekends
Waiting for buses
Girls breaking dates
Not enough money!
Too much competition
Boys who are late for a date
My six brothers
Getting up for school
Atrocious male drivers
Not enough time in some days
Newport filter cigarette adver.
Short girls with long skirts
Spending sixth period in Room 31
Work on Sundays
People who can’t drive
People who are never on time
Having to buy tires
A girl asking a dumb question
People who don’t pay bills
“I can’t make it.”
“Keep smiling even though it
“Got to go and see Kathy.”
“How excruciating, you
“Right to the moon.”
“Is that right?”
“What are you some kind of a
“Nice play Shakespeare!”
“Why couldn’t I be born rich
instead of handsome.”
“What a hunkr”
“Jumped up Moses.”
“Thanks a bunch!”
“Think I care?”
“Get a grip on yourself.”
“Is that right!”
“Your out of your mind.”
“What a man!”
“Excuse my living.”
“Well what do you know!”
“That’s what you think.”
“I’m in a meel of a hess.”
“If your nose is itchy I know
“Cool as a bug.”
“I am thick.”
“Is that right!”
“You better believe it.”
“Are you for real?”
“How’s your garden.”
“Is that right?”
“So what’s new?”
“I can’t stand her.”
“I don’t know.”
“Hot Digity Dog!”
“Is that right!”
To have neat hair
To live in California
To never have to work
To be a boss in a factory
Ride in a car that windows and doors work
To stay awake through the whole Jack Paar
To get a car and go-go-go
Air Force career
To be happy
Be co-owner of a Cadillac
To walk down the aisle
To make a million dollars
To be a millionaire
To get a 95 in French
To live in Clinton
To be a spy
To have a Cadillac
■ Be a gunsmith
To live in Worcester
Find a million dollars
To drive a truck
Be a detective
Colorado Springs hairdresser
To create something beautiful
To live in luxury
To own a yacht
To get his license
To be a draftsman
Become a hairdresser
To wear a certain ring on my finger
News writer for Mad magazine
To hide an elephant
To get a year’s salary without working
To travel route 66
Motor out to California
To make the last bell
To travel around the world in a green jet
To become a chef
Rich play boy
To be a teacher
To beat Auburn in Hockey
To retire in Las Vegas
To be a nurse
To have happiness
To leave Marlboro High
I had to make a speech in P.X.
I didn’t knock people
I didn’t get a cold
I found a jewelry store
I go into the Air Force first
I didn’t have my elevator shoes
My complexion cleared up
Doug hits me back
The safety pin breaks
We had a new school
I had blond hair
I didn’t graduate
We couldn’t blow our nose
Shirley never heard of Canada
We ever get a new school
We didn’t read Shakespeare
Mr. McManus was shipped to another school
I lost my eyebrow pencil
Pat stopped talking
I could drive a certain two-toned green car
Mr. Hannagan weren’t here
There were no falcons
My big Buick could run
I could drive
I was dictator of Cuba
Sue C. wasn’t going steady
People could fly without an airplane
I lost my tongue
I hadn’t come to Marlboro to live
I didn’t graduate
You tell me
Patty ran out of clothes
I didn’t have a nose
I lost my license
The “Met” disappeared
I never changed my mind
I broke my nails
I had a sister
I had money
Nixon had won
We didn’t have those tests
Sweaters were never invented
I became a confirmed horse hater
We could fly like a bird
It weren’t for Ward Park dances
The goal posts were an inch longer
To get along with Mr. Kronoff
Got a discipline
I knew when to be quiet
Fridays never came
I had black hair and were 5'2
I were in school every day
I had a ’61 Cadillac
Mr. T. got angry
I had my license and a car
I never came to Marlboro
I did as I was told
I stopped feeding Beaulieu
There were no weekends
I couldn’t think
I were President of the U.S.
I really were an angel
I moved to Southboro?
Charge accounts went out of style
I had a crew-cut
I graduated from High school
I had a million dollars
My braces to C.H.S.
Leaves with a big smile
My seat in Room 21 to Kathy Amell
Leave my lunches to Pat Beaulieu
My old sand diskes to Butch Barrett
My ink pen to Miss Mitchell’s English class
My Pontiac to George Lefevre
Leaves messy carbons to Room 62
My place in the majorettes to some freshman
Mr. Honen a worn out typewriter
His pink ears to Fitzy
Leaves with a big smile
My seat to Dick Brunelle in Room 29
Give my golden ruler to Miss Fox
Leaves Dr. Dolan without a typist
I leave my seat to my sister Beverly
Give my broken test tube to Mr. Terry
A bunch of farm stories and a broken hockey
Leaves Pat Sharon my uniform
I give Dick Brunelle by library permit
Leaves my dimples to a Junior in room 30
Leaves a prayer to the poor student left at
My job at the Stop & Shop
Leaves Mr. Hannagan without any absentee
Leaves to go to Worcester
Leaves wondering how he made it
My coffee breaks to Sully or Joe over the
Leaves Mrs. Spaulding to some other person
Leaves the school bus quiet
Leaves Sully walking alone without his other
Leaves Room 30 to my brother
Leaves Mr. Terry alcohol hidden in his lab
Leaves with a Sigh
Leaves his Chemistry notes to Laurie
Leaves unbottoned shirts to Miss Mitchell
Leaves Joanne Damico in 31 to fight some
other little boy
Leave with my shoes on
Leave my sandbox to Rosemary Stackhouse
Leaves my sweaters and short skirts to Joanne
10 pages of dictionary work for Mr. Kronoff
Leave my traveling bag to Wille the Hobo
Coffee breaks to Mr. Hannagan
My Art Class
Leave my fizzled out ’49 Dodge
A broken light to the Rifle team
Leaves my shortness to Patty Sharen
My square toe to Frank Bicchieri
Leave my car to the wrecker
Leave my marks to Peggy MacDonald
Leaves with a big smile
Leaves Mrs. Daly looking for a taller guard
My spare time to Mr. Francis
Leave my lecture chair in home room 31
Leaves for parts unknown
Leaves my notes to Skiz in Algebra
Lab to Jim
Fourth period study hall to Charlie Lizotte
Leaves for a trip around the world
Leave my best wishes
Leaves his twang to the Apaches
Leaves Richarda to face next year by herself
Mr. Terry to Andrea Granitsas
Leave shorthand to Miss O’Halloran
Leave my test tubes to Mr. Terry
Leaves Miss Hutch a worn out typewriter
Leaves Miss Hutch in a little dither
Leaves High School to my brother for 5 years
Leave my pool table to Jim Hanson
One old Julius Caesar book for Charlie Lizotte
My striping brush
Aviation book collection
Ice Cream Scope
Barnacle Bill the Sailor
My letter from Norman Wellen
My pool table
My five (5) horses
Anything I can get my hands on
Picture of my girl
Half ownership 1960 Rambler-
Guitar and amp.
Football crib notes
Small charge accounts
My pool table
My class ring
A pair of broken skis
Pink stuffed kitty
Mr. Terry as physics teacher
My little black book
My Susie doll
My white dress
Louis and ring
Football crib notes
Arthur and a watch
Girls breaking dates
Work after school
People who are always late
My stuck up chick
Slow lady drivers
Foolish T.V. programs
Cheats while going steady
Bossy, snobbish people
People who are always late
Fuzz that lets his sob go to his
Sailors that go on long cruises
Anyone in authority
The chum who never calls on time
W.B.Z. on radio
No girls down the Vocational
Burning cigarettes on mahogany
Leaving my brother stranded
Father says no
The Maypo add
Having to buy head lights for my
Seeing my boyfriend with another
The Flint Stones
When a boy changes our plans
People who brag about themselves
Boys named Joe
Conceited football players
Stuck up people
Getting up too early
People who love themselves
Cars and doors that don’t work
People like myself
A certain football player
“No, ya know!”
“I don’t know.”
“Let’s go home!”
“Is that right!”
“I’ll have to check the situation
“Gotta eat to keep alive.”
“Money isn’t everything!”
“You going to get it.”
“For goodness sake!”
“Oh come one!”
“Are you serious?”
“Those are the breaks.”
“Oh, you brat!”
“What’s going on tonight?”
“I don’t know.”
“What, me worry?”
“Those are the breaks!”
“Gotta get some achorns.”
“I give up.”
“Are you serious.”
“Nothing could be finer.”
“Kinda like that!”
“Come on you guys.”
“I’m an angel”
“Oh no, it can’t be!”
“Good morning Miss Crotty!”
“Is that right?”
“Well how come?”
“I was born a bum, what’s your
“Is that right!”
“Got any gum!”
“One good knock deserves
“Real big show.”
“Wait a minute?”
“How are ya?”
“I can’t help it.”
“I didn’t think mine was right!”
“Are you kidding me?”
“You going get it!”
“Watcha been doing!”
To become co-owner of a Blue Buick
To be able to sing
To become a mechanic
To join the U.S. Marines
To succeed in whatever I do
To be a Poultry Farmer
To be Miss America
To become rich
To be the next Republican president
To be happy, successful, and wealthy
To own a car that doesn’t groan or grunt.
To make lots of money
To earn a million
To own and drive a car
To leave M.H.S.
To become manager
To be successful in whatever I do
Become a secretary
To become a real real blonde
To become an interior decorator
To leave Marlboro
To join the Navy
Top roller man for Joe Evans crew
To be or not to be
Auto Body Mechanic
To attend Secretarial School
To be educated
To learn how to dance
To speak Spanish
Official spaghetti bender, of the U.S.R.
To skip P.X.
To get a sports car like Gunner’s
To be a jazz pianist
To be ambitious
Be a scuba diver
To conquer School
To learn Bookkeeping C
Ride a five legged horse
Last man on the moon
Be a wife and a mother
To get my license
Get out of high school
To be a designer
Marsha curled her hair
I couldn’t talk
Have all my wishes come true
I were not bashful
The Lyonhurst hadn’t opened again
I was to come into money
Beverly didn’t have a sense of humor
I didn’t like a pizza
Gordon Hamilton was fired as head of the
I didn’t have my comb
The cruiser could catch my car
Jim Holt should lose his comb
We all saw Henry’s goose
I lost my eyebrow pencil
I got a job
Pat Loftus never gave me the ball
I were sensitive
I were on time
Joan used cheap make-up
I were already 18?
Mad magazines stopped
We had to walk
I didn’t have my sister’s clothes to wear
Tina couldn’t cheer
I got a job
I owned a Pepsi Cola plant
I shaved everyday
I couldn’t date a certain sailor
The boys club team lose 39 in a row
I weren’t so handsome
You could not put gas on the cuff
I couldn’t babysit
I don’t graduate
Joe passed his homework in on time
I could bowl
I didn’t like Irish boys
I could bowl
There were no schools
Charlotte couldn’t talk
I came to school early
I never worked in Allen’s
Didn’t like red
I didn’t have the A. Wagon
Boys never existed
I found my tail
I lost my glasses
Break another pair of skis
I couldn’t buy clothes
The Lone Ranger died in a movie
I never met Charlie
I didn’t graduate
Never play football
Riseberg’s discontinued charge-accounts
Leaves the boys to Marsha Gareau
Leaves Mr. Duplessis the Driver’s Ed car
Leaves the building of the bird houses to birds
Leave my quietness in school
Leaves machines in 62 to Miss Chizook in one
Leaves my desk to Miss McDonald
Leaves Mr. Duplessis with one more year to
Leaves Carol standing in the corridors
Leaves his transmission on Prospect street
Takes everything with him or leaves nothing
Leaves with a smile
Leaves his parking space to George Lefevre
Leaves my brains to those that were left out
Leaves my band uniform to a lucky person
Leave P.X. to Mr. D.
Leave my black winter coat to Jim Boule
Leave a finger nail clipper to Mary C.
Leaves the office with a lost Good Morning
I leave my tardy slips in the waste paper basket
Leave my singer sewer needles to Mrs. Daly
I leave my brother—?
Leaves room 35 to my sister Mary
Leaves my sister to Mr. O’Connell’s Class
Leaves room 35 gladly
My cheerleading sweater to a lucky Junior
To Ernie Mauro my car. He deserves to suffer
Leaves with a hop-skip-and a jump
My sunglasses to a sun blind junior
Leaves her funnies to Elsie
Leaves Lynch’s ahead of the game
Leave my books to my teachers
All my used matches to pupils, at recess
Leave boots and saddle shoes to Nancy H.
I Peter Parker leave . . .
I leave my music to Franny Thomas
I leave my median to future painters
Leave a pair of sneakers to Alberta F.
Leave my bowling to N. Avg.
Leaves school possessions with regards
Class ring, to anyone 18 or over
Leave my tardy records to be broken
I leave wordly title of goof to Roger G.
Miss Hutch’s errands to a fast runner
Crib notes to Richard Wilson
Leaves freckles to Alberta Forrest
Leave my panther suit to the next cheerleader
Leave my heels to my sister
Leave Charlie my parking space
Leaves change-of-assignment to some Junior
Leave my chewed pencils to my brother
Leave all my friends at M.H.S.
My seat in Room 37 to Jerry S.
Leave a gap in the hole in the left side of the
Leave my black stocking to Pat Sharon
U.S. Air Force
Stop making tires
I let my hair grow
Dave P. the right to erase the blackboards in
Dick B. the girls in Room 38
I had pink hair
I was left standing alone
Leave gum wrappers to Miss Crotty
Miss Crotty in charge of her class again
To be the next president
Drive a 56 black & white Ford
Get a 90 in English
To lead a good life
To be a professional skin diver
To be a hairdresser
To be a hairdresser
To go into pediatrics
To be a hairdresser
To build a bridge across the Atlantic
Allen’s became the next pool room
I cracked up the car again
I couldn’t go to Millis
I had a million dollars
Didn’t like her hair
I quit my job at Sunshine
There weren’t any schools
I lost Danny
I didn’t have the coaches shoes on Thanksgiving
I was able to drive
Terry Quinn lost his speech
I take off
Leave homework to the teachers
Leave all the flirting in Room 38 to Jane Pierce
Standing room in the Civel Center to my
Leaves Mr. Yeadon a piece of mind
All the broken pencils to the High School
Dozen of razor blades to Jimmy F.
Leave my sixth period luncheon to Jim P.
Leave Louis to do his own homework
Notices to Mr. Hannagan on Six period
Leave my glue fingers to Jayy I.
Leave my wardrobe to some Freshman
I will my seat in Room 17 to Mr. Yeadon
CLASS PROPHECY ’61
It is the year 1981, JACK HOGAN, president of
the Great Hollywood Race Track, has invited his grad¬
uating class of ’61 to visit his home in Hollywood,
California. His elaborate mansion designed by ROB¬
ERT FECTEAU and PETER PIERCE, was con¬
structed by DENNIS FOURNIER, MARK LUND-
BERG. TIMOTHY HANNON, GERRY MESSIER,
and JOHN MacFARLANE landscaped the beautiful
grounds surrounding the estate.
Among the honored guests attending are former
class advisors, MISS HUTCH and MR. HAYES; for¬
mer classmates RUTH GILBREATH, vice-president
of the Nurses Association of America: KATHY
JOHNSON, secretary to the president of the United
States; and BILLY NAUMES, treasurer of the United
States. They are now being chauffeured up the drive by
PAT LOFTUS at the wheel of a new Cadillac limou¬
sine. Close behind the Cadillac are DAVE LYONS
and JUDY HOLT in their new Jaguar. Standing on
the closest knoll of the eighteen hole golf course is
SKIZZ LIZOTTE, the newly-appointed Sports Editor
of the New York Tribune; and JOHN FAY his friend
and major cartoonist on the paper. PATTY CHIRAS
and PAT CASSIDY are strolling contentedly up the
lane discussing the great new trans-Atlantic bridge
made possible by those three great engineers TOM
AVANTS, HENRY BOURGEOIS, and DONALD
From the direction of the dining room the voices of
JANICE MARSHALL, PATRICIA BIGELOW,
SHIRLEY BOUVIER, BEVERLY LENARD and
KATHY CHAMBERLAIN can be heard as they rave
over the delicious buffet luncheon prepared by those
world-renowned chefs BOB GRAHAM and REED
FAXON, very ably assisted by CAROL WHITAKER
and LESLIE HOUDE.
Serving the luncheon are LARRY KEEFT, DORO¬
THY HARRIS, DICK CHAPUT, EVELYN BROD¬
ERICK and DIANE McDONOUGH. The elaborate
decorations for the party were designed by JOANNE
STOICO and PATTY DELL’ERARIO, with the
beautiful flowers adorning the room donated by
CHARLES TROMBETTA and CONNIE MAUR -
ICE. Entertainment is being furnished by DAVE
ROSSI and his famous combo, consisting of those all-
time greats EDWARD MAHER, DAVE RUSSO,
JAMES HOLT, JOE PICONE, and their vocalists
KAREN FISHER, JUDY COHEN, and PAT BLA-
ZEJEWSKI. With the conclusion of the afternoon’s
entertainment, the guests congregated in the clubhouse
where such games as ping-pong are being enjoyed by
RUTH HOLYOKE and JACK RYAN, KAREN
PHILLIPO and LENNY SPEAR; pool, played by
SKEETS DOWNEY, GEORGE DEMAURO, DEN¬
NIS CLARK, and ROLLY DESROCHERS, with
EILEEN JOHNSON and JANE ANDERSON look¬
ing on. Through the picture window PATTY CARR,
DONALD SOUCY, ELEANOR FLINT, and BILL
MARINO are seen playing badminton. MARSHA
LABRACHE and TINA MIELE are gayly cheering
them on while BETTY CUMMINS complacently
keeps score. Waiting patiently to play the winners are
VIVIAN NAVA and MIKE MacLAUGHLIN.
LOUISE FELIX, NORMAN LINDSAY, PAUL
LEFEVRE and AL ALDRICH are keeping their
shooting-eyes in trim for their coming match against
DANIEL MOORE, BRUCE RANKIN, PAUL TES-
SIER, and TERRY QUINN, which will be the de¬
ciding round of the North American Rifle Team
Championship. At a safe distance, JOE DIBUONO
is practicing his newly developed knuckle-ball, much
to the dismay of catcher RON MARINO. Surrounding
the swimming pool are JOYCE TURNER, HELEN
FRICAULT, JOANNE TREMBLAY, LINDA
BOISSE, and BARBARA DAY, looking as youthful
as ever in their stylish swim-suits. From the pool come
the delighted whistles of JOHN ZANCA, ED TOO-
HEY, PAUL LEDUC, and BOB WYCKSTROM.
On the other side of the clubhouse, the host’s beau¬
tiful stables and racing stock are being admired by such
current notables as RICHARD ARCHAMBEAULT,
JEAN PALMER, PHIL STONE, and JOHN CAR¬
BONE. Five of his horses are being ridden around the
track by PATTY GREENE, JIMMY HANSON,
RICHARD BASTIS, SUE CURREN, and DORO¬
THY MANN. PETER PARKER, of the nationwide
Parker Photographers Inc., and his assistants JIM
BOULE, TOM TROTTA, and JOSEPH TRUDEAU
are taking candid shots of many of their old classmates.
Many of the quieter guests, including FRAN WIL¬
SON, WARREN SHELALES, DORIS WRIGHT,
BOB LAVALLE, RITA ANTINERELLA, and
NORMAN BOISSE, are discussing the recent moon-
flight by ARTHUR CADIEUX, DICK CROSSMAN,
and GEORGE HARAKLES. Not to be forgotten are
DAVE KELBER, BILL HANSON, HENRY PA¬
CIFIC, and ARTHUR JOSEPHSON, who designed
and built the ship. CHARLOTTE REGNIER, HAR-
RIET SAUNDERS, and NANCY LAPIERRE are
slated to be the first women to enter outer space.
Such self-diffident guests as KATHY VALLIN-
COURT, SANDRA WILES, MARY SHEMILIGAN,
KATHY SOTER, and SANDRA SCOTT have de¬
voted their afternoon to preparing a sumptuous supper.
The meal is to be served by MARY SPRATT, LIN¬
DA JESSING, BARBARA LEETE, JUNE SMITH,
KATHY MYSHRALL, and CAROL MELKUNAS.
After the refreshing meal, the guests contentedly retire
to the dance hall. The first couples on the floor, FRAN
NICOLETTA and ELAINE EVANGELOUS, fol¬
lowed by NANCY DUESEL and BARNEY FOISY.
CALVIN O’COIN, ALAN SCHOFIELD, BILL
COUGHLIN, and JIM ROCHE are reminiscing,
while JANET McFEE, MARY BONIN and COR-
RINA ELLIS are waiting for JOHN AURICCHIO
and HENRY DECOTEAU to return with their wraps.
Just as the two boys enter the room, MARYJANE
GAUTHIER and her long-time companion, GAIL
MARTIN, walk into the hall trying to explain why
they’re late. As the final coat is donned, the final good¬
bye is said, and the final well-wish given, a nostalgic
mood settle over the group, leaving them with a feeling
of happiness and benevolence, found only after the
reunion of a memorable group of friends such as the
CLASS OF ’61.
David Kelber, Mr. William Kelleher, Richard Archambeault, Mark Lundberg, Henry Bourgeois,
Patrons for Yearbook
Mr. and Mrs. A. Aldrich
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. John Antinarella
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Archambeault
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin T. Avants
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Avey
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bigelow
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blazejewski
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boisse
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boisse
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonin
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boule
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bourgeois
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bouvier
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cadieux
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Carbone
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carr
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose P. Cassidy
Mr. and Mrs. John Chamberlain
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Chiras
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clark
Mrs. Barbara Corcoran
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cummins
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Curren
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Day
Mr. Richard DeCesare
Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeCoteau
Mrs. Emily Dell’Erario
Mr. and Mrs. Roland S. DesRochers
Mr. and Mrs. James DiBuono
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Downey
Mrs. Earl Duesel
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. John Evangelous
Mr. and Mrs. Michel Farr
Mr. and Mrs. Fay
Mr. and Mrs. Conant Faxon
Mr. and Mrs. George Fecteau
Miss Mary Fee
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Felix
Mrs. Margaret Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Foisy
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fournier
Mr. and Mrs. John Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fricault
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gilbreath
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham
Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Green
Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson
Mr. and Mrs. Wilrose Hanson
Mrs. Kathleen Harakles
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hannagan
Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Holt
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Holyoke
Mr. and Mrs. Severe Houde
Miss Catherine Hutch
Mr. and Mrs. David Jessing
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Johnson
Mrs. Carl Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Josephson
Mr. and Mrs. Keefe
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kronoff
Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBrache
Mr. and Mrs. George LaFreniere
Mr. and Mrs. George Lapierre
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lavallee
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvare LeDuc
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leete
Mr. and Mrs. Olivia Lefvre
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Lenard
Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Lindsay
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lizotte
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Loftus
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lundberg
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Luz
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maher
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Manning
Mr. and Mrs. John Marino
Dr. and Mrs. Clinton Marshall
Mrs. James J. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martinangelo
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McManus
Mr. and Mrs. John McPhee
Mr. and Mrs. John Melkunas
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Miele
Mr. and Mrs. Michel C. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Myshrall
Mr. and Mrs. O. James Naumes
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Nicoletta
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O’Coin
Mr. and Mrs. George Pacific
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Padula
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Palmer Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Pappas
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillipo
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Picone
Mrs. A. E. Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn
Mr. and Mrs. Ewen M. Rankin
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Richer
Mrs. Mary Rossi
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph E. Russo
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schofield
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shemligian
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spaulding
Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Spear
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Spratt
Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Stoico
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stone
Mr. Richard Terry
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tessier
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Toohey
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tremblay
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trombetta
Mr. and Mrs. John Trotta
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Trudeau
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Whiteaker
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wyckstrom
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