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THE YEARBOOK 

PUBLISHED BY 

CLASS OF 1957 




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Joseph Marlin 
President 




OFFICERS 

AND 
COUNCIL 




Gail Martin 
Vice President 




Edith Murphy 
Secretary 



Frank Flavin 
Treasurer 




VOLUME 17 

JAMAICA PLAIN HIGH SCHOOL 

lAMAICA PLAIN, MASS. 





"^ In Memonam 



Last April, the faculty and students of Ja- 
maica Plain High School were deeply saddened 
by the sudden death of Miss Marion Chesley. 
By this loss we have been deprived of a teacher 
unusually devoted to the training of relial)le, 
active, intelligent, and cultural citizens . 

Her experiences as a student and as a teach- 
er laid a firm foundation for her successful ca- 
reer. A graduate of our school, Boston Normal 
School, and Radcliffc College, Miss Chesley 
taught for several years at East Boston High 
School before returning to her Alma Mater as 
head of the History Department. Here, in her 
classroom and in the plays and pageants which 
she produced, she manifested notonly a schol- 
ar's historical background, but also a keen in- 
terest in music, art, and literature. 

In deep appreciation of her contributions to 
our school, we fondly dedicate our 19,57 Year- 
book to Miss Marion Cheslev. 

J. E. 




A Word 



To the Class of 1957, 

May I congL'atulaie you and wish you long 
and happy lives. You are about to take your 
place in the world of higher education or indus- 
try at a very promising period of our country's 
history. In this you are very fortunate, but to 
you it is also a challenge. 

If you plan to further your education, and I 
hope the number will be large, your opportuni- 
ties for success will never be greater. If you 
enter industry, success, too, will be yours if 
you have learned the habit of industry while here 
in school. If you can couple a willingness to 
work with a reputation for high moral character, 
then you will achieve the goals you will have 
set for yourselves. 

I was pleased to observe that you dedicated 
this Yearbook to the memory of the late Miss 
Marion Chesley, former Head of the History De- 
partment. It was my good fortune to be closely 
associated with Miss Chesley long before I be- 
came tlie Head Master of this school. Her ster- 
ling qualities were well known to me, and the 
high regard I had for her was enhanced when I 
saw her fine influence on the pupils of this 
school. 

In wishing you success and happiness for 
the future, I can do no better than to recommend 
that you model your lives by the wonderful ex- 
ample set by Miss Chesley. 

John B. Casey 




from the Wise 





Our Faculty 
Lights the 







Mr. Casey and Mrs. Gleekman 




Katherine M. Blessington 
Rusiness Education 





Marion A . Driscoll 
Home Economics 



Anne C . Donlan 
English 




Thomas P. Dooley 
Agriculture 



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Frances Foftc 
Art 



Kaiherine E . Hayes 
Health Education 



Esther Hennessey 
History 



William J, Bond 
Business Education 
Physical Education 




Catherine M . Dempsey 
English 




Charley E. Duffy 
Science 




EtlwarU F. Bricicley 
English 




Edward J. Donaghy 
AgxicultLire 




William H. Dugan 
Business Education 




Miss Mullin, Guidance Counselor 

iMiss Casey, Depl . of Vocational GuiLkmce 





Ann R. Howe 
English 




Misti Russell 
Physical Ediication 




Mary V . Hubbard 
English 



Alberr F. Landrigan 
History 






Louise F. O'M alley 
History 




Margaret E . Maclntyre 
Science 



Margaret M . O'Connel 
French, Spanish 



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John W . McGuckian 
Agriculture 




Mairhew F. Mealey 
Mathematics 



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Cornelius J . O'Leary 
Business Education 



Mary M . Sullivan 
English 





Jeremiah F . Sullivan 
Business Education 



Mary F. Sullivan 
Latin, French 




Helen M. Kelley 
Biology 




Margaret M . Maguire 
Business Education 






Edward J. Murphy 
Military Science 



Mrs . Hurley 
Medical Aid 




Mary H . Thyne 
Business Education 



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Marion B. roiyibaugh 
Merchandising 



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Henry G. Wendlcr 
Agriculture 




1954-1937 



September '54 was a memorable occasion for 
us . It was the start of a real high school life, and 
we began by getting lost! Back in our homerooms, 
the teachers bravely tried to explain the mass or 
mess of symbols on our program cards . Along with 
this confusion were the "A, " "B, " "C" schedules. 
Lunch was our most enjoyable period- -if you could 
jiist get through the line to eat. It seems Seniors 
had top priority. Then, too, there was the key 'to 
our own little iron cell if you could only match the 
two. Trying to find classrooms was some ordeal. 
To ask a Senior was to find yourself at the other end 
of school exactly opposite your destination. The 
misconduct slips, to say nothing of deficiencies, 
were all new to us. So was biology. That delightful 
biology, made more enjoyable (?) by aged vintages 
of frogs, produced many squeals and upset stomaclis, 
especially before and after lunch. After the girls en- 
joyed their five minutes of squealing, they then got 
down to work. Meanwhile, Senior-Junior assemblies 
remained unsolved as we underwent solitary confine- 
ment in our homerooms. 







One of the first activities open to us as Sopho- 
mores was the Key Club dance at the "Y." Arriving 
at the dance, many of us stowed ourselves away in 
corners watching our more adventurous classmates 
having a good time. We were still wary of those up- 
per-classmen. By the end of the year, feeling more 
adventurous, we entered the bowling tournament when 
it rolled around. Now we felt at ease and we left our 
Sophomore year much happier and more confident, an- 
ticipating our chances as Juniors . 



September '55 we came back a little more learn- 
ed, a little less leery of Seniors. Our ability in 
sneaking in just before the tardy bell was amazing. 
New styles were noticeable. For the girls, it was 
knee sox and new boy friends. For the boys, it was 
mouse traps and white bucks- -which the girls had a- 
dopted already. The hockey team "brought home the 
bacon" in the form of the District Championship. The 
baseball team "had a ball" that year winning the Cham- 
pionship of the Boston District League and being se- 
lected for the State Tour. We had Championship Team s!!! 
These teams made us strut around with great pride. 
That year typewriters began to click. Other things 
began to click: the Clarion staff, the Chemistry club, 
bowling teams, football, and dances . Induction into 
the National Honor Society was a memorable occasion, 
especially since a large number of our class was ad- 
mitted. The high point of the year, however, was the 
Fashion Show held in May. Many Junior boys were 
models, as well as the girls. The boys surely wowed 
the audience; we hadn't realized till then what good 
looking specimens of manhood were parading around 
school. The Seniors had a Christmas Party, but I 
think more of us attended it. 

"HAUGHTY SENIORS!" That's the way we 
came back September '56. What a year of happiness 
and sadness! When the election of class officers 
came, the teachers just gave up and waited for the 
day to pass; more time was spent on this election 
than on our home-lessons. We were active in all our 
clubs and on all our teams. We had the experience 
of writing for our school magazine, "The Clarion, " 
and setting up our Yearbook. The Key Club did well 
raising money for scholarships and for Kiwanis. Our 
teachers helped us answer questions such as: Do I 
have enough points to graduate? How can I make 
them up? What college should I attend? Can I ap- 
ply for a scholarship? A big help to us was the li- 
brary, otherwise known to the seniors as C .R.CH .A . — 
Consultation Room for the Combined Homelessoii Ap- 
peal . 

Of course, your last year involves money for your 
class ring, Yearbook pictures, class banquet, and, of 
course, "THE PROM." But it is worth every cent 
when you walk across that stage on graduation night 
to receive that precious little document embodying 
all the laughs and tears of our three years at old J . P . 
We will have finished, perhaps, the happiest days of 
our lives: "J. P. DAYS." 



B.A.L. 
F.L. 





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Marie F . Ahem 
"Re" 

49 Mozart Street 
Red Gross 4; Basket±iall 2; 
Fashions 3,4; Bowling 3 
Goal: Happiness 



Robert F. Allen 
"Bob" 

921 Parker Street 
Track 4 
Goal: Forester 



Mr. Gasey Congratulates "Tops" 




jeanelieV. Almeida 

"Jan" 
34 Highland Street 
Roxbury 
Glee 2; Rowling 2; Office 
Assist. 2 
Goal: Marriage 



Barbara A, Angclo.s 
"Babs" 
35 Logan VVa\ 
SuutJi Bosi-Od 
Goal: I'a.shioM Designer 




James F . AnycU 

"Jim" 
22 Edge HtLl Street 
Goal: Airlines Gaptain 



Lorraine J. Archibald 

"LuUy" 
15a Cranston Street 
Red Cross 2,3; Treas. 2 
Goal: Private Secretary 



Marjorie Archilles Joan L. Arshalian 

"Marge" "Joany" 

49 Cornelia Court 17 Spring Park .'\ venue 

Roxbury Lib. 2; Office Asriiyl. 3,4 

Glee 2; Bowling 3; Red Cross 4 Goal: Marry an Air Police Man 
10' Goal: Airline Hostess 




Marilvn A, Babin 

'■■Mai- 

6U Nieluiiigiilc Sireet 

I'^iorclK'sler 

I.Jl.iran,' 4 

Goal: Veitirinariv-jd 



Ruth L. Hanks 
"Goofie" 
U) Oaktlalc Square 
Goal: Marriage 



Cato[ M. Bartull 
"Cackc'l" 

17 Chilcott Place 
Cheerleader 4; Golf 2, 'A; Ban - 
ke iba 11 3 ; Tc nn i s 3 ; F a s h io ii s 
3; Bowling 4; Officu Assist. 4 
Goal: Airline Hostess 



Ravne liencivenni 
56^ Centre Street 
Goal; Dental Aswij^tant 





Lticy A. Berardi 

"llociey Lou" 

27 Chesrnut Avenue 

CUee 2; Fashions 3; Office 2 

Goal: Airline Stewardess 



Walter F. Bleiler 
"Walt" 

79 Minden Street 
Key 3,4; Adv. 4 
Goal: Architectural Engineer 




John E . Borgal 

■jack" 
87 West Sireet 
tlyde Park 
Goal: Vegetable Farmer 




Jolin S. Bohane 

"Boe" 
8 Lester Place 
Baseball 2,3,4; Track 2; 
First Lieut. 3,4 
Goal: Graduation and Sue- 
cess 



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Joseph R. Boucher 
"Lirrlc Bit" 
255 HeaLh Street 
Goal; Military Career 



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Richard Bovill 

"Richie" 

144 Lenox Street 

Roxbury 

Foott:iall 4 

Goal: Band Leader 



Donald K. Bridges Robert C. Brooks 

"Don" "Pee Wee" 

77 Wcstcher Road 281 Forest i Hllb Street 

Hockey 2,3,4; Key 4; Lieui . 4 Baseball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; 
Goal: Make a Million Dollars 1st Lieut. 3,4 

Goal: Baseball 






Margaret M. Burke 
""Margie" 
57 Horan Way 
Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Fashions 
2,3; Glee 2 
Goal: Future Mappinesy 



Marion R. Cahill 

921 Parker Streei 
Treas. 3; Glee 4; Red Cross 
2,3 
Goal: Mappiness 

Tuesday Club 



Robert ]. Campbell 
"Soupy" 
3466 Washrngton Street 
Council 4 
Goal: Policeman 




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Roberi A. Cajidow 

"Bob" 
24 Chamber Suect 
Boston 
Key 4 

Goal: Own a Thorouglibrcd 
Breeding Farm 




Denis G. Car^'v 

"Dt!!!" 

66 i£dgew5ii!Li Siruci 
Roxbiirv 
ikiskciball ;i,4 




The "Desi" DenioiiHirauon 




Susiiii CluiHc 
42 Waldcn Suclm 
C;;nal: Travel Aioiiini Ihtr World 




Patricia A. Crawford 

■■Par' 

43 Union Avenue 
Howhiig 2\ Haskelball 2 
Goat: Secrotarv 




John A. Creedon 

■■Johnny" 
25 Sheriiian' Street 
Key :>; Yeariouk 4 
Goal: Teacher 




tiailieriiie U. Cri.safiilli 

■■Kilt\^' 

S34 Hunrlngtu:! Avenue 

"oxTiury 

(Jftice 3; y.:ishion '2,3; Glee 2 

Goal; Secretary and Housewife 



Dianne j. Cri;aUi 
"CfLr^ 

32 MaleoiiTi Road 
i-^-i:ketball 2,3,4; Glee 2,3; 
Cheerlcadei i; LIslier3; Yearliook 
■t;Clarion 4;Chen!. 3; I'oruins 2, 
3,4; Bowling 2,:i, 4; JTb. 4 
Goal: Another Hinstein 



<;ail A. Growley 
j->4 Heath Street 

liaskeUiall 2,3,4; Uowling 2 

Cinal: Secretary 

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Ricliard h . Crowlev 
•'K-- ue" 
1d2 1/2 G'uesinvii Avenue- 
Goal; Success 





Ever a Machine Age 



Thomas J. Crowley 
"Myer" 

46 Ross more Road 
Track 3; Baseball 4; Treas. 
3; Capi.. 4; Council 4; Pres. 
of Nat'l Honor 4 
Goal: Work for Uncle Sam 






8A AsticoL! Road 
Baseball 3,4; Track 4; Lieut. 
4; Hockey 3,4 
Goal: Graduation 



Diane D. Dec 
"Dee Dee" 
6 llaverford Street 
Office Assist. 4 
Goal: Secretary 



Helen P. Devlin 
"Tootsie" 

10 Wyman Street 
Cheerleader 4; Fasliions 2; 
Glee 3 

Goal: Secretary and House- 
wife 




Marrha A. Di Giovine 
"Marty" 
14 Rossmore Road 
Goal: Airline Hostess 



Joanne M. Doheriy 
"Jo" 
32 Portsmouth Street 
Brighton 
Library 3 
Goal: Graduation 



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Ellen J. Donovan 

"Lynn" 
226 Jamaicaway 
Usher 3; Model 2,3,4; LUd. 
4; Red Cross 3 
Goal: The Happiest .Mar- 
ried Teacher 



Carol A. D(joley 

"Dooley" 

7 Burr Street 

Tennis 2; Glee 2; Bowling 2 

Goal: Success 



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Rci,»in;i S. Dannvr iMlwaril J. How^ialn 

"CJiiia" "J(mL>s\" 

4(1 Carol iiui Avcinic 11 Ciluiuialc .St, IJorciiestci' 

GIl'L' 2, A: l^asliKjiis :i; UsIkt :MMV..,il)aH; Ikusuhall ; fiack; 1 iack- 
C;!>al: SuLXv'Ss !jv;lJruiii ii Iki^jlu; (.lajnain ;j, 4 

(Joal: ]yj Ricii 



^JaiiLs OrLUjniaiiis 
b6 Roekviow Strcut 
Coal; Ue Happy 





Rosemary Dunn 
"Rosic" 
4 Gliiies Avenue, Ruxbury 
Clariun 3, 4;Yearbuok 4; Ruti 
Cros^2;Fashi()ns;i,4; Glee 2, 
3 ;Ba sketbal [ 2;Chee deader 4 
Goal: Marry a Millionaire 



Richard F. Dyer 
"Dick" 

17 MansLir Street 
Clari()n3,4;Ycarbo()k4;Cliem.3; 
Key Club2.3,4;Nat.H()nor3,4; 
CoLiJicil4;Foruni3;Lieuc. 4 
Goal; Registered PbarmaciHt 



IJarbara A. Oiiggan 
"Babs" 
14 Bornetre Street 
Offiee Assist. 4; Glee 2 
Goal: I'o Get Skinny 




Natalie B. Edens 
"Snoukey" 
14 South [lunrington Avenue 
Glee 2;Cliemistry 4; Golf 2 
Goal: Nurse 




Where Will We Wear What? 



Joan M. Etisirom 
"Joanic" 

9 Stcumaii Street 
Treas.2;ClarJon3,4;Lib.3, 4; 
Basketball 2,4;Chcm. :i;Tennis 2; 
Usher3;Yr.Bk.4;I'ashions ,3,4 
Goal: University of Massachusetts 



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Rosemary E. Edsirom 
"Rosie" 
33 Lotus Street 
Chemistry 4; Bowling 4 
Goal; Foreign Service 




Before 



James M. Feeney 
"Jim" 
2b Peter Parley Road 
Cross Country I; 2nd Lieut, 
Goal: Navy 




After 




Louise M. Ferrandi 
41 Seavems Avenue 
Goal: Typist 



Joyce Fisher 
"Joy" 
48 Rockview Street 
Yearbook 4; Clarion 3,4; 
Chemistr)' 3; Teiuiis 2,4; 
Bowling 2, 4; Golf 3; Latin 2; 
Basketball 3 

Goal: Work with the handi- 
capped 



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Fred V . Fitzgerald 

"Fitzie" 

7 DfUe Avenue 

R(ixburv 

Coal: Do Tliinj^^s, Mcei 

People, HavL' lun 




Mary J . l-'lynn 
103 I.amartiiiu Street 
Bowling ,1,4; Chuerleader 4; 
Glee 2.3; l-asluons 3 
Goal: Marry a MilliuiiaiEe 




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Mary l... GaUaglier 
Tfi Sniuh i luntiiiginii Avenue 
O t f ic e A i^s i b I. . 3 ; Bow 1 i ng 4 ; 
Fasihii.)P.ti 2 
Ciual: A Nash Rambler 



Britigcl M. Flaherty 

"Toulsie" 

Hi Aniory Street 

Roxliur^' 

Fashions 4; Ilaskeihall 3 

Goal: Bookkeeper 



Philip W. Flattieh 

■■Pliil" 
950 Parker Stxeet 
Drum and Bugle 3; Latin 2 
Goal: Dueior 



Francis E. Flavin 

"Frank" 
175 Centre Street 
Roxhury 
Treas. 3; Class 'T'reas. 4; 
Adv. 4; Lil). 4; I. si Lieut. 4 
Goal: Treas. of the United States 




tulith F. Fraser 
■'Betsy" 
24 FlUngwoud StieCt 
Roxiiury 
Goal: To Gain Weight 



Alice G. Frenetre 

'■Al" 
1// Hillside Street 
Rox.bury 
Yearbook Typing 4 
Goal; Privai-e Secretary 



James M. Fullci: 
"Jim" 

209 Wachusett Street 
Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3; 
Basketiiall 1; Clarion 2; Li- 
brary l;Siewar(.i 2, 3, 4;Lieut. 4 
Goal; Editor of Boston Globe 




Walter J. Glennon 

"Wallv" 

98 Centre Street 

Rtjxl^ury 

Goal; Making Money 



Margaret]. Goddard 

"I't'ggi'" 

14 Cedar Park 

Roxbury 

Office Assist. 3f l-'ashions 

17 2,3 

Goal; Secretary 



John 1:1 , Gormlev 

"Jack" 
34 Hem man Street 
RosLindale 
Lib. 2,3,4; Forums 2,3,4 
Goal: Success 




Tatricia I.. Grain 
"Paf 

H2 Jamaica SlR'ut. 
Goal: To be htraliliy, wealthy, 
and wise 



Patricia E . Grcunc 

"Pat" 

2996 Washington S licet 

RoxJiury 

Glee 2; Rctl Cross 3 

Goal: To Be On Time 



lulgar 11. Grciion 
"Junior" 
82 Call Sacct 
Trca«. 4 
Goal: Salesman 



James M. Gross i 

"Jim" 
6 Brookway Terrace 
Hosliiidale 
Goal: Millionaire 





Barbara U. C'l roves 

"Barbie" 

26 Denton Terrace 

!<oslindale 

Treas. 2,4; Usher .'J; Tennis 

:\; r'ashinns 2y'.]', Bowiin^ 4 

Goal: Secretary 



Muriel A. Hadloy 
fiti7 Washiu^ion StLcct 
Oorcliester 
Bowling 2.:^; Ba-^ketball 2.3, 
4; Tennis 3; R<.i.\ Cross 4; 
Golf 2; Clarion i, 4; [■'ahiijons 4 
Cioal: Success 




Ann C Haggeny 
5ri Seaveiiis Avenue 
liowiing 2; Treas. 3,4;Coun~ 
cil 4; l',i>;hji)ns 3; Basket- 
ball 2 
Goal: Success 



David Hallen 

"Dave" 
Sy River Streel 
Matiapan 
h'ooUiall 2,3,4; Hockey 4; 
Basketball 2,3; Cam. 4; Base 
ball 3,4 
Goal: Athletics 



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Williams. Harni-igton 
"Biil" 
10 Marhury 'UTraee 
Key S,4; ScicnuC' Forum 3; 
Chcmistp/ .'5 
Goai: F.B.I. Agunt 



David E. llanl 
"Davu" 
27 Wheeler .Street 
Boston 
Dmni i!i Bugle 2,3,4; CoLiiicil 
4; Basketball 2 
Coiih Mmifjler 




Patricia A. Hayes 

■■Paf 
63 Wen H ley Street 
Roxbury 
Goal; Nurse 



William G. i IcMiderson 
■■Bill- 
85 Call Street 
F'ootiiall 3,4; Baseball 3,4; 
Basketball 3,4 
Goal: University of Ntassa- 
chuserts 





Carol A. lleneberry 

340 Ml. Venion St reel 

l!)orehest.er 

C;iee 2,3,4; Treas. 2; Usher 

:i; Bowling 4 

Cioal: Secretary 



Carole A. Hew son 

'■Kiliy" 
64 Chesmui Avenue 
Glee 2,3; Yearbook 4; i"a- 
sliions 3 
Goal: Success 



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tidwart.! Hovesiadt 
■'Hddic'^ 

2b Newlieni Street 
Track 2,3 
Goal; Slate Trooper 



Oeanna llua 

"Fife" 

J 19 Beacon Street 

Hyde Park 

Goal: Legal Secretary 




A Talented Twosome 





Carol A. Hughes 
"Candy" 

1085 Centre Street 
Glee 2; Golf 3; Basketball 2 
Goal: Modem Rhythm Dancer 



John L. Hutchinson 
"Hutch" 

26 Rosemary Street 
Bowling Tournament 3; Lab. 
Assist. 3; Office Assist. 3, 
4; Key 3,4 



Goal: Business Management ful Happy 



Martha Johansen 

"Marty" 

18 Cedar Park 

Roxbury 

Adv. 3; Treas. 4 

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Patricia M. Johnson 

"Pat" 
33 Beechland Street 

Roslindale 
Goal: Secretary 




Alice G. KaratTozian 

"Al" ' 
21 Beech Glen Slrcet 
R(.)x.bMry 
Bowling 2; Yearbook 4; Bas 
kclXrdU 3 
Goal: Millionaire 



Joseph F. Keating 

"Joe" 

1 Horan Way 

Treas. 2,4; I'orLinr2,3; Lib. 

2, 3; Chemistry 4 

Goal; Navy 



Doris M. Keefe 
"Do -do" 

6 Meiealf Court 
Clarion 4; Bowling 4; Yr.Bk.4; 
Cheerleader4;Tcnnis3,4;Bas- 
kclball4;Glee 2,4; Red Croys 4 
Goal: Success 



Mai7 r. Kellcy 
"Moe" 
103A Lanianinc Street 
Basketball 2,3; Glee 2,3; 
Bowling 2,3; Tennis 3 
Goal: To Graduate 




Rolierl J. Knapp 

"Bob" 
32 Custei Street 
Goal; Iciest 



Gr')rge J^; . Kommuner 
-Jug" 
19 Cornell Street 
Roslindale 
Goal: Life in tiie Coruilr^' 



Renaie Kran 

"Rennie" 

76 Forbes Street 

Bowling 2; Latni 2; Clarion 3; 

Chemistry 4 

Goal; Nurse 



Barbara A. Krauss 
"Kraussie" 

22 Lakcville Road 
Glee 2,3; Bowling 2,3; Ten- 
nis 3; Basketball 2; Council 4 
Goal: Success 




Ronald H. Lake 
"Ron" 

69 Mozart Street 
Goal; Landscape Architec- 
ture 



Patricia L. Lamond 
"Pat" 

51 Montcbellu Road 
Clarion 3, 4; Treas. 2, 3, 4;Fash- 
ions3,4;Yr.Bk4; Usher3; Red 
Cross2,3;Lib. 4; Baskcd:iall 2 
Goal: Happily Married Lab. Tech. 



Judith G. Laniont 
"Judy" 

378 Centre Street 
Tennis 3; Basketliall 3 
Goal: Stenographer 
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Frederick A. Langguth 
"Fred" 
381 Cornell Street 
Roslindale 
National Manor 3,4; Key 4; 
Jr. Rotarian 4; Boys' State 4 
Goal: Chemical Engineer 





Betty Ann Laiigiicr Lawrence S. Lawion 

"Lome" ' "Larry" 

251 Ileaih Sircct '•'•'■i Cunuicr Avcnuu 

Nat. Honor i, 4; tilcc 2. 3; Itowl - Melrose 

ing2;Ushur.i;0ffici.;AsHiHT. 3,4. Ba.schali 2,3; liaskulliall 3 

Coal: Bookkeeper Goal: Making Money 



Mary P. Led/orcl 


j\ancy A . 
"Nan" 


Lee 


"Patsy" 




139 Larriann'ie Sireet 


] Miii'S Sueel. 


Rojcbury 


Ratiktlball 2; Glee 2; 


ClieEhisu-. 4; ^:,:a; 


lok 4; 


Coal: Secretary 


Clarion 3, 4; Il-iskv-' 
Cross 3; Glee 2 
Goal: T(.i Mave i-un 


■ ai 2; Red 





LouieeA. Lesmeister 
34 Peter Parley Road 
Goal: Succey^ 



Ellen V. Lev.' is 

'■Ellie" 

nlA MassaciTi -lettN Avenue 

[ioston 
Glee 2; Adv. 3.4; Yearbi>ok 4 
Goal: CcjUege 




^;>ncv M. Luuiblade 
"Nan" 
146 Boylsion Slu'ei 
Chenusirv 4; L'.larion 4; Howl- 
ing 4; Usiier 3 
Crial: Pliysio-',ei-api^t 




Raviiiond [I. Lewis 
"Ray" 
54 Malcolm R. -ati 
Key 3,4; Chemisiry 3,4; Sci- 
ence Fornni 2 
Goal: Engineer 

Super Salesmen 



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Wciaon S. Lloyd 
"Lloydv" 

12 Miiyfa if Street 
Track 2,;i;is:cy 3,4; Cap- 
lain 4; Yearbook 4 
Goal; Get AJicati 




Wc Type for Our Yearbook 






Albert W. Lynch 
"Red" 

L.'i IXtnforUi Street 
Goal: C^crtified l^uhlie Ac- 
countant 



Gerard \' . Lynch 
"Jerry" ' 

l,-> Wavbuni Road 
looiball 2,. 1,4; BaHeball 2; 
H'ickey 3; Bawketball 2; 1st 
Lienl. 4 
Goal: Actor 



Patricia H. Lyncli 

"Pat" 
44 Gartland Street 
Goal: Legal Secretary 




Mary C. Mac Isaac 
48 Robin\v(HKi Avenue 
Howling 3,4; Basketball 3; 
'l-Tinis 3 
Goal: Travel 



Mary E. Mac Neil 
208 Heacti Street 
Goal; Secretary 



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Barbara Green Madden 


JOiseph Magoon 


"Toby" 


■■ElviH" 


24 Walnul Park 


27H East yih Street 


RoxI)ury 


South BtjSlon 


Goal; Teacher 


Track 1, 2; Clarion 3; Baseball 




I, 2; Council 4; Red Crtjss 1 




Goal: Policeman 





Lauretta A . Mahoney 

"Lauri" 

46 Amory Street 

Roxbury 

Golf 2; Fashions 3 

GoaL: To Reach 5 Feet 



Robert A. Malone 
"Bob" 
33 Monsignor Reynolds Way 
Boston 
Football 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4;Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Captain 4 
Goal: Success 




"Great Expectations" 




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Carol A. Maloney 


James M. Maloney 


34 Cranston Street 


"Jimmy" 


Goal; Secretary 


41 Lee Street 




Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 




2,3,4; Bowling 3,4; Basket- 




ball 3,4 




Goal; Poet 




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Rita M. Mangaiiiello 

"Babe" 

2 Chesterton Street 

Roxbury 

Bowling 2; Basketball 3 

Goal: Success 



Gail Martin 

"Marty" 

30 Bickford Street 

Vice President 4; Glee 2, 4; 

Basketball 4; Bowling 4; Ush- 



Joseph Martin 

"Joe" 

3573 Washington Street 

Football 2, 3, 4;Co-Capt. 4;Base- 

ball 1, 2, 3, 4;Key4; Track2, 3, 4; 



er 3; Teimis 3,4; Fashions 3,4 Yr.Bk. 4;Hockey 4;Capt. 4;Bowl- 
Goal; To Travel ing 2, 3,4;Class President 4 

Goal; To Make Friends 



Raymond F. Martin 
"Ray" 
316 Hyde Park Avenue 
1st Lieut. 4 
Goal; United States Navy 



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Diane M. MallJiews 
194 Thonuon Street 
Clarion 4; Naiional Honor .'i, 4 
Goal: To Marry PreHidenl of 
U. S. A. 



Carol P. McDonougl) 
"Mac" 
156A Souih Street 
Glee 2; nowLing 2 
Goal: To Be Like My Sis- 
ter 



Charles McGeiirick 
■■Charley" 
90 Bourne Street 
Goal: Siiccesy 





Joseph P. McLaughlin 
■■Mac" 
620 South Street 
Rosliiidale 
Baseball 3,4; Sgt. 4: Bas- 
keiball 3,4; Football 3 
Goal: Millionaire 

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Robert McMurlry 
■'Merc" 
246 Belgrade Avenue, RosUndale 
Foothall 2,3,4; Council 4; Bas- 
ketlXTll 2,3,4; Lieut. 4; Base- 
ball 2,3,4 
Goal; Executive 



June McSwecney 
263 Chestnut Avenue 
Glee 2,3; Tennis 2; Fashion 
4; Council 4; Baskelijall 3; 
Bowling 2 
Goal: Private Secretary 



Penelope F. McViney 

"Penny^' 

29 Dalrympie Street 

Clieerleader 4; Fashions 3, 

4; Red Cross 3,4; Bowling 2 

Goal: Singer 

"How Dr>' I Am" 




Rose M. Mendolia 

■■Rosie" 
202 Wesiville Street 
Dt>rc Foster 
Goal; Bookkeeper 



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Ann M. Miller 

"Aimie" 

12 Biltmore Street 

Glee 2,3; Temiis 2,3; Chem. 

4; Treas. 4; Basketball 2,3 

Goal: College 




Sandra T. Miller 
"Sandy" 
691 Parker Street, Roxbury 
Cheerleader 4; Fashions 2, 4; 
Office Ass'tS; Lib. 3, 4; Tennis 
2,3;Golf2;Basketi3all 2,3,4 
Goal: Travel 



Mel O. Moen 

"Wee Willie" 

478 Brookline Avenue 

Boston 

Football 2; Track 2,3; Bas- 

kett^all 2 

Goal: Success 



Elizabeth A. Moffitt 
"Betty" 
6!^ Bynner Street 
Goal; Nurse 






Barbara H. Morgan 
"Morgie" 
62 Tower Street 
Glee 2; Fashions 3; Red 
Cross 4 
Goal: Happiness 



Paul J. Moriarty 

12 Golcfsmith Street 

Jamaica Plain 30 

Goal: Travel and Adventure 



Horrors!! Women Drivers!! 



Marian L. Muise 

"Mousie" 
46 Fisher Avenue 
Roxbury 
Treas. 4; Red Cross 4 
Goal: Secretary 





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James Mumane 

"Jim" 

21 Hamilton Street 

Dorchester 

Key 3,4 

Goal; Race Sports Cars 




Etiith Muqiliy 

400 Muiiiu Vurnon Succt 
DorcliL'stcr 
Sec . 4; Red Crass 3; Bowling 2; 
Fashions 3; Basketball 3 
Goal; Success 




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Gail M. O'Brien 
109 Calumel Sucet 
Roxbi.ir>' 
Goal: Secretar>^ 



James P. O'Brien 

"Socco" 

2 Cop lev Street 

Football 3,4; Chem. 4; 

Baseball 3; Captain 4 

Goal: Electronic y Engineer 



Beverly A. Oliver 
"Olives" 

926 Parker Street 
Latin 2; Glee 3; Fashions 
3; BasketJjall 3 
Goal; Secretary 




Marie Palmer 
12 Ashlev Street 
Glee 2 
Goal: Telephone Operator 



Dianne 1. Patrick 

"Pat" 
109 Rockvicw Street 
Glee 2,3; Bowling 2,3; Fash- 
ions 4 



Goal; Secretary 



Jean Peters 
"Jeannie" 
16 Enfield Street 
Cheerlcadcr4; Tennis 2, 3; Of- 
fice Ast^t. 3;Golf2,3;Latin2; 



Sandra L. Peterson 

"Sandi" 

35 Parkton Road 

Fashions 3; Usher 3; Yearbook 4; 

TuesdayCluli4;0fficeAsst. 3,4; 



27 Fashions2,3;Bowling2; Chem. National Honor3,4 

3; Tuesday Club 4; Clarion 3,4 Goal; Fame and Fortune 
Goal; College 





Usheretces 1956 



Anne Marie Plunkett 

"Annie" 

74 Ward Street 

Roxbury 

Basketball 2, 3; Bowling 2 

Goal: Policewoman 






Kathleen M. Plunkett 
"Kay" 
74 Ward Street 
Roxbury 
Bowling 2; Fashions 3; Bas- 
ketball 2 
Goal; Nurse 



Elizabeth A. Poodiack 

"Betty" 

134 Fisher Avenue 

Roxbury 

Office Assist. 3,4 

Goal: Bookkeeper and Good 

Wife 



Sandra I. Potter 

"Sandy" 
20 Oakdale Street 
Glee 2,3; Basketball 2,3; 
Fashions 3 

Goal: Good Wife and Book- 
keeper 






Janice Procopio 

"Blackie" 

4031 Washington Street 

Roslindale 

Bowling Tournament 2, 3 

Goal: Secretary 



Carol A. Pye 
37 Castleton Street 
Bowling 2; Glee 2; Fashions 2 
Goal: Success and Happiness 



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Elizabeth]. Randall 
"Randy" 
2 Carolina Place 
Glee 1; Usher 3 
Goal: Success 



Constance A. Rau 
"Connie" 

25 Oakdale Street 
Fashions 2,3; Treas, 3 
Goal: Success 



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Barbara J. Ricliardsoii 
■'Harbs" 
1090 Columbus Ave. , Roxbury 
Glee 2; Claridii 4; Basketball ' 
2; Red Ctos^ 3 
Goal: Getting Aliuact 



JutiirhA. Robertson 
"Judy- 
38 Annunciation Rd. , RoxJjury 
l..atni2;Lib.2,4;Uslier3;TreaH. 
3;Red Cross 4;Fashions 2, 3, 4 
Goal: Nurse 



Virginia M. Rollins 
"Ginny" 

35 Peter Parley Road 
Glee 2; Fashions 1,2; Red 
Cross 2,3 
Goal; Join the Service 



Eduardo M. Rust 

"Rust" 

64 Becchland Street 

Roslindale 

Basketball 1, 2,3; Captain 4 

Goal: Officer in Army 




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Judith A. Saleniine 
"Judy" 
1 1 St. Jolrn vStreet 
Glee 2; Cheerleader 4 
Goal: Success and Happi- 
ness 



Eliza±)eth A. Sammer 
"Betty" 
23 Paul Gore Street 
Glee 2; I'ashions 4 
Goal: Success and Happiness 

Thirteen and 1/2 



Johanna Schultz 

"J"" 
19 Chestnut Square 
Bowling Trophy 3; Advertis- 
ing 4 

Goal: Not to Get Any More 
Misconduct Slips 




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WiUiani F. Seale Jr. 
"Bill" 
440 Warren Street 
J3nrchester 
Chemistry 4 
Goal: College 




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Ina Shepherd 
"Irodme" 
80 Pond Street 
Office Assist. 4; Library 4 
Treas. 3, 4 
Goal: Secretary 



Jeaneite A. Shire 
11 Egleston Street 
National Honor 3,4; Cheer- 
leader 4; Usher 3; Fashions 3 
Goal: Teacher and Singer 



Janet M. Short 
"Jan" 
6 Biltmore Street 
Clarion 3,4;Golf2,3;Yr.Bk. 4; 
Glee 2,3;Tennis 2,3,4;Bowling4; 
Basketball 2,3,4;Latin2;Treas. 2 
Goal: Phys. Ed. Teacher 



Edith Mary Sinacola 

"Edie" 

17 Boynton Street 

Bowling 2,3; Red Cross 2,4; 

Glee 2; Yearbook 4 

Goal: Nurse 






Donald L. Smitli 

"Don" 
10 Marmion Street 
Track 1,2; Key 2,3,4; Hock- 
ey 4; Library 2 
Goal: Research in Agricul- 
ture 



Indulis A. Smir.s 


Carol Snow 


2 Putnam Place 


"Snowy" 


Roxbury 


7 Everett Street 


Key 3,4 


Council 4; Fashions 3; 


Goal; Success 


Bowling 4; Basketball 4 




Goal: Success and Happiness 





DLUU 

MOfelL 



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Barbara M. Sotir 
"Bobbi" 
6 Estey Street 
Roxbury 
Glee 2,3,4; Tennis 2,4; 
Bowling 2,3,4; Golf 2,3; Of- 
fice Assist. 4; Fashions 3 
Goal: Success 




Charles G. Sotir 

"Chuck" 
64 Fit^hur AvLmiic 
Roxbury 
Goal: College 




As Arcliimudtjs Once Said 





Kleitnor '[\ Sperrazza 
"EUic" 
4 Buckley Aveitue 
Glee 2,4; Usher 3; Fasiiiond 
3; Council 4; National Honor 
3 , 4 
Goal: Success 



Beuy L. Sproul 

18 Granada Park 

Ruxbury 

OtTice AssisL. 4 

Coal: Secretary 








Barbara A. Stanu 
"Rabs" 
94 Forest Hills Street 
GoU 2; Office Assist. 3 
Goal: Sec re tar V 




Joseph I- . Sullivan 

"Big Joe" 
22 Evergreen Street 
Goal: Success 



I 
Advert 
Goal: 



Robert Sullivan 

"Sully" 
6 Newbern Street 
ising 4 
Salesman 



Lucille Surelte 

"Lucy" 
83 Green Street 
Red Cross 2; Bowling 3; 
Council 4; Fashions 3 
3i Goal: Wife af Mr, Wonderful 



Elaine F . Sweail 

"Laney" 
36 Scliool Street 
Roxbury 
Goal; Success 




"Eduh Sinacola Did This. 





Donna Sweeney Patricia Sweeney 

"Don" "Pat" 

9 Bishop Street 3135 Washington Street 

Glee2,3;BowlJng2;Golf2; Red Treasurer 2 

Cross3;CheerLeader4-,Bask;etbaU Goal; Success 
2;Clarion3,4;Fashion3,4;Treas.3 
Goal: Nurse 




Vija Teics 


Ann Tetreault 


16 Sewall Street 


"Tiny" 


Roxbury 


3226 Washington Street 
Goal: To Be Like My Mother 


Goal; Exph:)rer 




Marilyn J. Tiews 
35 Spring Park Avenue 
Tuesday CUib 4 
Goal: Massachusetts School 
of Arr 



Alice L. Tower 
"Al" 
47 Forest Hill Street 
Goal; Secretary 



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Jolm Towsey 
"Jack" 
lOi Fenwood Road 
Roxlsury 
Football 3,4; Basketball 2, 
3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; First 
Lieut. 4 
Goal; Graduation 



Wil 1 iam Trov 
"Billy" 
98 Soutlibourne Road 
Football 2,3,4; Track 2 
Goal: College 



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Theresa D. VitLilc 
"T" 
98 Hcaih Strcer 
Goal: Private Scvrctarv 




Leo F. Walsh 
27 Harvard Avenue 
Dorchester 
Hnckey 3,4 
Goal: Eleclrkal Engineer 



Frances Jo An Wiggins 
"Rebel" 
5 I Green Street 
FaHhions 4 
Goal; Marriage 






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Marjarie J. Wilson 
"Margie" 
9 Erie Place 
Cheerleader 4; Fashions 2 
Goal: Happiness 





Janet A. Wiitekiiid 
"Jan" 
74.1 Centre Street 
Fashions 3; Glee 2,o 
Goal: Show Busine^js 



Lionel J. Wo(.)d 

"Wo(jtly" 

609 Shawmut' Avenue 

Roxbury 

Football 3,4: Track 2,3,4; 

Baseball 4 

Goal: All -American 





Geraldine C. Wright 

"Gerry" 

26 East Brookline Street 

Boston 

Ot'fiee Assist. 4; Advertising 4 

Goat: Nurse 

Bohane, The "Bookie" 



William Young 
"Bill" 

14 Cable SliL-et 
FoothaU 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4 
Goal; Spurts 




HUnOROUS 




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lfc/;//>< ^-> 

Betty Langner 




MAmEREB 



Wddort Lloijd 



SCHOOL 





tJoan EdstroM -^^ -SM 



TALEiiTED 




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Joseph ^ul livan Jeanette Shire 



FOFTILA-R 




Pennu McVinnei| 
















James O'Brieri 




Gail Hart in 



ATHLETIC 
Janet .Short David HaJletL 





The Campaign Is On 





Nominees 

Frank Flavin, Joe Martin, Giny Rol- 
lins, Janet Short, Gail Martin, Edith 
Murphy, Barbara Morgan, Nancy Lee, 
Barbara Groves, Pat Lamond, Betty 
Langner, Sandra Potter, Weldon Lloyd, 
Gerry Lynch . 



•57 ELECTS 
Frank Flavin - Treasurer 
Fdith Murphy - Secretary 
Gail Martin - Vice President 
Joseph Martin - President 




Legal Notices 



We, the class of 1957, having passed all sani- 
ty, loyalty, and health tests, despite rumors to the 
contrary, do hereby publish this as our last will and 
testament: 

To Mr, Casey, we leave sincerest gracirude for 
tolerating us during our years at J .P.H .S. 

To Miss MuUin, we leave a modem-equipped 
office where she may cope with the problems of all 
Senior classes . 

To Miss Casey and Mr. Gilligan, we leave our 
last week's pay. 

To the Seniors, we leave, until we meet again, 
a standing inviiation to return to J, P.H. S. 

To the Juniors, we leave the Senior lunch room 
tables and an opportunicy to be as good as the class 
of *57 . 

To the Suphomores, we leave an elevator to get 
to the third Qoor . 

To the one class of Freshmen, we leave an op- 
portunity to get out before it's too late. 

To Mr. Brickley, we leave the suggestion: "We 
may not be' humorous, but we are certainly full of 
wit." 

To Mr. O'Leary, we leave a bushel of apples 
for the seventh period , 

To Mrs. Gleekman, we leavu' a certificate good 
for one year's modeling at Miss Simplicity. 

To Mr. Landrigan, we leave ELVIS in hopes 
that he'll never forget his "E.LVIS LOVIN'" history 
class. 

To Mrs. Hurky, we leave a ton of cotton wool 
in which to wrap up our courageous athletes. 

To Mr. Boiui, we leave a prediction that the foot- 
ball team will have a winning season, 

To Miss Kelly, we leave two coinj Mess ion heads 
and overdrive for her "souped-up" convertible. 

To Mr. McGucktan, we leave two winged pucks 
that fly into ihe goal. 

To Miss Donlan, we leave a Yearbook siaff with 
brilliant ideas . 

'lo Mr. Dug-an, we leave a whistle to direct traf- 
fic in assemblie.s . 

To Miss Hennessy, we leave just fivu little 
words: "PUT YOUR MIND ON JT." 

'i'o Mr. Buck, we leave mechanical men to col- 
lect for the Key Club. 



To Mr. Mealy, we leave an easy chair while 
waiting for Mr. Wendler. 

To Mr. Duffy, v/e leave the class that sets sci- 
ence back fifteen years. 

To Miss Buckley, we leave a si<,:ni f<^r the library: 
"QUIET." 

To Miss O'Connell, we leave "Sh!! Madame." 

To Mr. Best, we leave an umbrella to protect 
him from his dripjiy ceiling. 

To Miss DriscoU, we leave her famous expres- 
sion, "AHTM." 

To Mr. Sullivan, we leave a contribution to the 
lunchroom, a big cheese. 




To Miss Tombaugh, we leave a Floridari/ed 



106. 



'I'o Miss Maguire, we leave a shiny red scooter 
to spin her from room to room . 

To Miss Howe, we leave her own private switch- 
board to Purdy's . 

To Miss Russell, we leave a Senior class that 
will not creak while beading. 

To Colonel Murphy, we leave a cup of coffee, 
sparing him his daily trips. 

To Miss O'Malley, we leave a handbook for her 
classes enriiled, "How To Untangle A Bandage." 

We Che class of 1957, having passed all bar ex- 
aminations except those of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, have on this day of May in the year 
of our Lord, one ilunisantl nine hundred and fifty -seven, 
officially designate this to be our last will and testa- 
ment. 



Wimessed and Approved By: 

Little Richard 
Fats Domino 



Attorneys: 

Dianne Croatti 
Joan Edstrom 



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First 



Yearbook 1957 



HonK> Rooms; Stop Lively! 





ROOM 102 

F\r^\ R(nv (I . tt) r.): Ursula Allen, 
Barbara Bun, Carol Bradford, Arlcne 
Lopuz, Miiry 0'( 'minor, c;^rol Box.zel- 
li, Klizabctli AIIcti, Ann Hardy, Jean 
Fcrrandi, DorfUhy I.aZiirc, M;iry Brown. 
St'L-oiui Row: David Bohanc, Arthur A - 
! ha lias low, Marily B(_'atty, Alice Buck- 
ley, RolxTta AnsoU, Barbara Arnoki, 
Jiiditli Briggs, Robert Miirdnck, William 
Bovee, Miss Barrett , Third Row; 
Charles MiUikin, David ! lallcti, Baul 
Devinc, Francis Buckley, tlerald Billo- 
win, Biiilip Burns, Paul Brown, ThomuH 
Kelty, David Camptx;ll 




ROOM 10:5 

First Row (I. to r.): Lorraine Ctiain- 
Ix^rlain, Catherine Darcy, Patricia 
Carlson, Kathryn McGrail, Rosemary 
Creighlon, Maria Coneannon, Helen 
Curran, Lois DcGregorio, Maureen 
Cotter. Second Row: John Di Mattia, 
Joseph Davis, Margaret Caffrey, Nao- 
mi Cosgrove, Ruth Cohen, Aileen 
VValsh, Barbara Chianipa, Richard Hur- 
ley, MixSS Sullivan . Third Row: Fran- 
cis Ellsworth, Paul Conroy, Richard 
Conroy, John Doherty, Edgar Dempsey, 
John Foley, John Droyer, Rolxrrl Dona- 
hue 




W^K 



ROOM 104 

First Row (1. to r.): Ruta Dreij- 
manis, Mary Fisher, Joan Reed, 
Jacqueline Barrett, Patricia Finn, 
Ruth Fisher, Joan Dwyer, Dorothy 
Fitch, Roserta Edstrom, Joan Ma- 
is . Second Row: George Humph- 
rey, Francis Wright, Eleanor Fio- 
rello, Ann Elson, Rosalie Esposi- 
to, Elizabeth Flippen, Sue Ann 
Emmons, Francis DelCorso, Shir- 
ley Evans, Michael Garvey, Mr. 
Landrigan. Third Row: Edward 
Lebonte, Robert Groves, Robert 
Horton, Paul Decoste, Joseph Han- 
ley, John Brinkman, Lawrence Mc- 
Carthy, James Harris, Carl Hansen, 
Harold Harris, Brendan O'Brien 




"Microbe Hunters" 



ROOM 107 

First Row (l . to r.): Paul Master- 
son, Robert Kelly, Francis Higgins, 
George Brown, Joanne Butler, Lau- 
retta Patuto, James Tutkus, Peter 
Ronayne, Allan Spellman . Second 
Row: David Sullivan, William De- 
Mille, Gerald DiFranzo, Thomas 
Tierney, Thomas Foley, William 
Reiser, David Kaye, Clement To- 
desco, Arthur Scarpa, Mr. Wend- 
ler. Third Row: Michael Estes, 
Peter Brescia, Alfred Miller, Rich- 
ard Sullivan, John Colley, Robert 
Laws, William Sproul, John Fermi- 
no, Walter Sproul 




RCXJM 110 

First Row (1. hi r.): Dorothy Bark- 
;is, Bfvui'ly CaiiipiK>]l, Jmliiii An- 
iUif-!in, Ma rt;Li ret. Burke, Beverly 
Ik,' r ,! it k > il , M d i-;i A be; r nia n i s , Susan 
Brcuiluy, RuriiicL' BLirnarti, Lnis 
ArniingioTi, Vivian Morri-snii . Scc- 
oiui Row: Daiiiul I'tjrtcr, John Mc- 
Carthy, Stcpiicii Burke, Riia lio- 
liane, Xaiicv Auehiir, John (icniKitf, 
Beverly Barneit., t^arl Suud, Davitl 
Robinson, Rnnakl Amori, Mr. 
Crowley. Tiiirtl Row: Kenneth 
Brazee. Clinton Antierson, Leslie 
Sptiars, Paul Flanders, Riehartl 
Brauueis, William Arbuekle, Ge- 
rard Burke, Charles Andrew^', 
Charles Drummey, Ftiward Gyukeri 




ROOM 112 

First Row (1. to r.): Consiaiiee 
Curl is, Maii;i.la Reveliotty, Mar- 
garet Clayton, Maureen Conlon, 
Dorothy Cherry, Anna Cri.saful- 
li, Mary Hllcn Haverty, Marga- 
ret D'Amore, Margaret Chamber- 
lain, Josephine Boucher. Secontl 
Row: Catheiine Gillooly, Sandra 
Dee, Donna McGralh, Catherine 
Bogdanos, Louise Bennett, Ju- 
dith C^arncy, Joan Brown, Barbara 
Del Dotto, Marjorie Corbelt, 
Miss [lowc. Third Row: Robert 
Bethony, Joseph Del Genia, James 
Boils, Stephen O'Madigan, Ronald 
Berry, James Donovan, George 
Bradford, Ronald P(.)irier 





ROOM 113 

First Row (I. to r.): Isaliellc Eudey, 
Mary Donahue, Margaret Di Maggio, 
Katharine Wright, Georgia Gram, Mau- 
reen Mulcahy, Kacherine Famelitis, 
Ann Goyea, Mary Dohcrty, Frances 
Gautreau. Second Row: Janice Goy- 
ctte, Sandra Fuller, Helen Gleuclyo, 
Igor Jaeger, Margot Johansen, Jean 
Dixon, Phyllis Garland, Karherine Di 
Pietro. Third Row: Edward Cleary, 
Albert Talanian, Thomas Grady, Ron- 
ald Yes hulas, James Donovan, Keii- 
i\eth Dunham, Richard N'uzzo, William 
Noonan 




ROOM 114 

First Row (1. tor.): KatliLeen Has- 
kell, Joy Gardner, Regina Guarigia, 
Gladys Hardiman, Maureen Mewson, 
Linda Garland, Eileen Grieshaber, 
Eleanor Oser, Helen McCabc. Sec- 
ond Row: Robert Grady, John Down- 
ey, George McGrath, Charles Healey, 
George Couglilin, David Mastcrson, 
Joan Skapinsky, Mr. MeGuckian. 
Third Row: Irving Rose, Paul Hinck- 
ley, Allan Hornbrnok, Steve Theodore, 
Hugh Leonard, Janics Kendall 




'Miss Sinriplicily" Models 
1956 



ROOM 202 

First Row (I. tor.): Dawn Magi, 
Patricia Foulsham, Joan Havlin, 
Patricia Forbes, Lena Fontana, 
Dolores Giancola, Elena Giuliana, 
Linda Gagner, Majory Grinnell, 
Etliel Means, Storm Foley. Sec- 
ond Row: Ronald Krikorian, Lou- 
ise Hatch, Bemice Fuller, June 
Gayer, Nancy Goodwin, Jane Com- 
perts, Patricia Freitas, Patricia 
Sheehan, Rosemary Gould, Georg- 
iamia Holmes, Miss O'Connell. 
Third Row: Cliarles Mangos, An- 
thony Lang, Yahan Ishkanian, Rob- 
ert Hughes, Dennis Kerr, Ricliard 
Lalor, Michael Zlatkowski, Wil- 
liam Carrigan, Jolm Regan, Paul 
Leaman, Tsunejiro Asakura 




ROOM 20"' 

First Row (1. to r.): Anne Hiliz, 
iMary Ann Kcucll, C'arol Lcnncjx, 
Floreiiue Karagozian, Elvira Ln- 
iacuno, Rosu marie Griss, Mary 
Ja*.k;nnovicz, Rutli SciionibcrK, 
Catherine Duheriy, Marg-arc:i La-kI- 
furd, Helen Landry. SeL.-ond Ruw: 
RnLh Ilowley, Madeline Rallcn- 
berg, Pairicia rieming, Diane 
Kaye, Lillian Jansen, Marian 
Healev, Carol Kiley, Constance 
Hughes, Florence Wiuig, Ruthann 
Weitiger, Miss O'Malley. Third 
Row liugene Maci^tMiald, James 
McCormack, James Manning, 
Thomas McManns, Lewis Vacea, 
Thomas Uendribee, Kenneth Mc- 
Faddcn, Syvalia Hyman, Harold 
MacLaugluin, Patrick Pezziilo, 
Richard McMamis, Douglas Mann, 
Joseph Lament 





Chemistry Class 
Convenes 




ROOM 210 

First Row (i . to r,): Sre(iiianio 
Kettell, Margaret Ivimey, Jane 
Lunn, Sandra ](ihnson, Doreen Has- 
riall, Regina lioyt, Dianiic King, 
Arlene Scott. Second Row. Nancy 
Kendall, Janet JeUow, Patricia Kel- 
ly, [iarbara Cahill, Carole Kaisiaiie, 
Carol Liicicr, Barbara Mardiman, 
Miss Thyiie. Third Row: Carol 
Kelleher," Ccorge St. Cyr, William 
Kantrout)a, ITank C-'hIIxjui, Kaiiioi;a 
Lawrence 




ROOM 214 

First Row (1. to r.): Carolyn Mc- 
Donnell, Jean Kirk, Judith Mc- 
Carthy, Patricia Kostka, Anne Mc- 
Grath, Mary King, Joan Lamond, 
Dorothy McGowan, Lorraine Lan- 
zillo. Second Row: Fred Mac- 
Lennon, Laura McNamara, Gail 
McDonald, Katlileen Maguire, Hel- 
en Landretli, Robert Last, William 
Mclntire, Mr. Sullivan. Third Row: 
Frank Hegarty, Joseph Poirier, Paul 
Fitzgerald, Robert Felton, Albert 
Dodge, James Mulvey, Carl Mudson 




Mary Brown 
Exhibits 



ROOM 302 

First Row (1. to r.); Marie Megna, 
Claire O'Halloran, Rita McDonald, 
Sonja Najim, Frances O'Connell, 
Nancy Staplecon, Elizabeth Mullal - 
ly, Celia Mosher, Lorraine O 'Neil, 
Carol MacLeod, Katherine Mac- 
Donald. Second Row: Dennis Bar- 
ca, Ronald White, Joseph Gren- 
ham, Janet Doucette, Patricia O' 
Brien, Ann O'Brien, Ricliard Leon- 
ard, James Sliine, Walter Quigley, 
Miss Sullivan. Third Row: Kevin 
Scanlon, Daniel Guerrera, Ronald 
Dello Russo, Peter Sarantopoulos, 
Edward Sullivan, Robert Mazza, 
John Reynolds, Fred Hansen, John 
De mp sey 




ROOM 3(J3 

[■irst Rovv' (I. to r.): Mary Lou 
Prciidiblc, Claice Rfjy, Theresa 
O'Connor, Jeanne Poulos, Rose- 
mary O'Donnell, Claire Mande- 
viUe, Swctiana Diatchenko, Lo- 
reita Sauer, Patricia O'Leary, Ri- 
ta Petrie, Nancy Roderick. Sec- 
ond Row: Carl Noel, D(jU>res Pol- 
lard, Janet Quintaglie, Winifred 
Palmer, Christine Ogtba, Janice 
Reiser, jean Povilailiy, Edith O'- 
Neil, Shirley Hughes, Mr. Buck. 
Tliird Row; Paul Eger.yheim, Ron- 
ald Townsenti, Donald Maclsaac, 
Stephen Ross, Richard Robinaon, 
John Stevens, Augustine Reynolds, 
Richartl Quinhin, Walter Simpson, 
Nicholas Peiracelli, Gerartl Quinn, 
Roger Powell 









On the Side Lines 




ROOM 304 

First Row (I. to r.): Lorraine Mc- 
Grath, Marie McLcllan, Margaret 
iMareucella, Carol Santoro, Carol 
Miller, Gloria Musserian, Sofia 
Kancll, Audrey Marchant, Marga- 
ret Michaely, Rena Nazarian. Sec- 
ond Row: Barbara Owens, Carol 
McClellan, Carol Pye, Jeanette 
Morlan*.!, Juditii Marison, Rolieiia 
McGarrity, Pauline Lynch, Geral- 
dine Mahood, Miss Mayes. Thirti 
Row: Stephen Pulechowicz, Charles 
Neale, Edward O'Brien, Jolin .Murray, 
Anhur Johnson, James Morris, John 
Mattliews, (jcrafd O'Neil, Roberi 
Murray 




ROOM 305 

First Row (1. to r.): Marie Parillo, 
Sandra Perry, Catherine Quatrale, 
Helen Ringler, Margaret Reardon, 
Vivian Walsh, Margaret Thompson, 
Gertrude Perrigo, Marilyn Reed, Pa- 
tricia Reddish. Second Row: James 
Tucker, Thomas Smith, Michael 
Lermon, Margaret O 'Neil, Patricia 
Plunkett, Claire Brousseau, Claire 
Roach, Paul Frost, Miss Hubbard. 
Third Row; Paul Sheehan, Francis 
Reiser, James Sullivan, David Mc 
Gillicuddy, Michael Koutrouba, 
Michael Halloran, Fred Berzon, John 
Downs. 



ROOM 306 

First Row (I. tor.): Marguerite 
Wooster, Jo-Ann Sanborn, Eileen 
Doherty, Mary Culbertson, Marie 
Doyle, Rose Scanzillo, LoivS Cun- 
niff, Helen Zalewski, Linda Why- 
coff, Judith Varney. Second Row: 
Marion Thompson, Matile William- 
son, Valda Zalkalns, Mary Tuteli- 
an, Norrine Walsh, Lorraine Wood- 
cock, Carol Welch, Virginia Bren- 
nan, Paula Zinke, Gloria Grimsley, 
Miss Kelley. Thhd Row: George 
Waslibum, Arthur Croak, Thomas 
Ward, Joseph Brine, Bruce War- 
munde, John Walsh, David Murphy 





WINNERS 

FLOWER JUDGING 

1957 




B<jb Bcrhoncy 
Builds 



ROOM 307 

First Row (I. U) r.): Mima Ser- 
rano, Melon Robinson, Patricia 
Spcrrazza, Liilian Smith, Mardia 
Spciiglcr, Juclith Siciliano, Gene- 
vieve Suhr, C[aire Tierney. Sec- 
ond Row: Patricia O'Brien, Joan 
O'Malley, Anlonina Roberts, Gail 
GoHs, Evelyn Roy, Anne Topjian, 
Mary Lou Rollins, lidward Con- 
nors, Robert Ahlquist, Miss Mc 
Intyre. Third Row: Albert Whit- 
man, Frank Sampson, Thomas 
Lynch, Robert Butterfield, Geori!;e 
Lunn, 13rciuk)n Stillivan, Edward 
Brinkman, James Uaggerty 



ROOM 310 

First Row (1. to r.); Joan Sulli- 
van, Barbara Sweeney, Carol 
Willis, Jean Wenncrs, Joanne 
Welch, Janet Van Stry, Helene 
Thompson, Dorothy Cronin, 
Nancy Scurrah. Second Row: 
Leo Walsh, Barbara Voelker, 
Carroll Schtister, Mary Sproul, 
Marcia VanderCar, Louise 
Stringe, Frances Toronto, Jean 
Steele, Kathleen Wholcy, Mr. 
Best. Tliird Row: Timothy A- 
liern, Richard Wilmarrh, Ronald 
Stewart, John Greene, Martin 
White, Paul Muriartv, David 
Trudel, William Wolfram, Dan- 
iel Therriault, AnUiony Trafi- 
canti, George Toronto 




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at 

Work 



F'iryi Row (t. to r.): Joan Ed- 
Hlrom, Dianiie Croatti, Misw 
Danlan, Miss Howe, Rosemary 
Duiin, Nancv Lee. Second Row; 
Sandra Peterson, Weldon Lloyd. 
Richard Dyer, Joseph Martin, 
John Crecdun, Janet Short, Toyee 
Fislier 



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Doris Kcefe, Carole Hewson, Alice 
Karagozian 



ADVERTISING 

First Row (I. to r.): Frank Flavin, Joan Edstronn, Doris Keefe, lohaima 
Schultz. Second Row: Miss Buckley, Walter Bleiler, David Haiti, Gerald 
Lynch, Geraldine Wright, Ellen Lewis 



Clarion off Press -December 1936 




SENIORS 

First Row: Doris Keefe, Dianne 
Croatti, Joan Edstrom, Mr. Brick- 
ley, Nancy Lee, Rosemary Dunn, 
Patricia Lamond. Second Row: 
Doima Sweeney, Joyce Fisher, 
Richard Dyer, James Fuller, Rob- 
ert Sullivan, Janet Short, Barbara 
Richardson. Third Row: Jean 
Peters, Ellen Lewis, Nancy Lind- 
blade, Dianne Matthews, Muriel 
Hadley 



Donna Sweeney, Richard Dyer 
Co -editors 

Mr. Brickley - Faculty Advisor 





JUNIORS 

First Row: Rosemary O'Donnel, 
Maria Bukiemski, Mr. Brickley, 
Eleanor Callahan, Barbara Voel- 
ker, Eleanor Giulkana. Second 
Row: Ruta Drejmanis, Anita No- 
vac, Mary Brown, Gloria Musser- 
ian, Janice Reiser, Claire Roy, 
Maureen Colter. Third Row: 
Bemice Fuller, Marion Healey, 
Stephen Ross, James Morris, 
Louise Hatch, Frances Del Cor- 
so, Edith Brown 




Dr, OsvAild Tipno 

J. P. '28 

Saiiite-y The National 

Honor Sociery 



First Riiw {[. t:j r.): Maryarft Cox, Virginia (.)'- 
Byrne, Carole Ry;jn, FUnor Siciliano, I..om;?L' Siro- 
nun, Katl3le4iJL Troarior, Eleanor SiJurrazza, Marffi- 
tci Cronin, Fred Langgutl\, Richard Dyer, Joacpn 
ShulJsiLT, htvond Row: Dorothy I'own send, IJi- 
anc Matthevvs, liundra Holnian, Maureen MuqihN , 
Paula ForJbcs, Margaret MacIOonaki, Sandra Peter - 
svjii, Marilyn CJuaragiia, Iilizabeth Kimpinyki. 
iliiiti Row: Dr. Oswald Tippo, Ikniy LaiiguLT, 
Gl.;na Caporizzo, Jeannette Shire, Janice Caudle, 
Mis.'. lUa-trles, Linda Delvenlal, Lillian Hejinett, 
Constatu-.e Chiislci, Jacqueline Mughes, Mr. Ca.yey . 




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LIBRARY CLt'B 

First R.jvv (I. to r.): Sandra Miller, 
Juditl; Robertson, Mlleii Donovan, 
Joan Ldstmm, Lorraine McGratii, 
Palrieia Laninnd, James r'nUer. 
Second Row: Prank I-lavin, Helen 
i\ii^bit3!^(r,\, Mar\ L- raghue, Marv 
Sproul, Marcia Va. erCar, Dianiie 
CKiUi, Miss Rue k ley, Marylin !iab- 
in, Ina Sheperd, Jului Gorniley 




Key Club Collects 




Scholarship. 



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Trophy Cabinets 



Firsi Row. Weldon Lloyd, Jolin Hutchinson, Mr. Buck, Richard Dyer, Donald Smith, Dav- 
id Cambell. Second Row: Robert Candow, Robert Horlon, Gerald Quinn, Brendan O'Brien, 
Joseph Martin, Walter Bleiler, Raymond Lewis, Fred Langgnth. Third Row. Tsunejiro 
Asakura, William Harrington, John Murray, Gerard Lynch, James Morris, James Muniane, 
Indulis Sniits, Dennis Kerr, Donald Bridges . 



1956-57 
Officers 



MEMBERSHIP PLEDGE 

I pledge on my honor to uphold the 
objectives of the Key Club Interna- 
tional; to build my home, school 
and community; lo serve my Nation 
and God and to combat all forces 
which tend to undermine these in- 
stitutions. 




OFFICE ASSISTANTS 

First Row: Diartne Dec, Joan 
ArsliaUan, Maureen Colter, 
Belly Ann Langner, Sandra Pe- 
icrsun, Mrs. Glcekman, Carol 
Noel, Betty Poodiack, Ina Shep- 
herd, Georgiana Molmes, Mary 
Lcdford, Mary Flynn. Second 
Rtiw: Barbara DugKan, Betty 
Sproul, Gerry Wriglit, Barbara 
Sotir, Marie Doyle, Mara Aber- 
maniy 




GLEE CLUB 



FirsiRow(l. lu r): G.Mahood, L. 
Armington, M.Caffrey, C.Quauale, 
D.Keefc, G.MartiB, E.Sperrazza. 
Second Row: M.Porillo, M.Megna, 
C.Hennebery, K.Hasco, A.Goyea, 
J.Mais, P.Finn, C.HugheH, R.Mc- 
Garity. Third Row. U.Morrison, 
S. Fuller, M.Ivimy, C.Miller, D. 
King, B. Sotir, P.I^olsom, R.Bohane 




First Row (I. to r.): EdJth Sinaco- 
la, Judv Robertbon, Louise Hatch, 
Miss 'lonibaugh, Diaime Kay, loan 
Lamond, Marie Ahern. Second Row: 
Doris Keefe, Muriel Hadlcy, Barba- 
ra Hardiman, Mara Ahermanis, Sie- 
hen Pelechowicz, Joseph Brine, 
tephen O'Matigan, Helen Curran, 
Ruth Fisher. Third Row: Magda 
Rcvelliolty, Claire Brousseau, Ju- 
dy Briggs, Gloria Sinacola, F'rances 
Toronto, Katlierine Phemaliiis, Joy 
Gardner, Claire Roy 



On a Turkey Farm with J. P. Aggies 




Fred Harris, former graduate, owner, 
iperator, draws a turkey 




1st Step: Patrick Pezzula sticks turkey 



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Thanksgiving 1936 




Bronze and White Hollands on the range 




2nd Step: Richard Brauneis, semi- scalding 




3rd Step: Roughing the turkey 



Last Step: Processing before drawing 



at Christmas 




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On May 15, 1056, the Jan\;iica Plain High School 
Alumni Association honored C(.)ach James L. Duffy at 
its annual banquet. A memorial trophy was presented 
at this dinner lo perpetuate the memory of our great 
teacher. This will serve as an inspiration to all aspir- 
ing young athletes . 

From 1920-1Q4.5, Coach Duffy won the hearts of a!! 
young people at Jamaica Plain High with his love for 
boys and girls, hks captivating personality, and last, 
but not least, his able sportsmanship. Win or lose, Mr. 
Duffy would always appear sniiling, encouraging, [Por- 
traying a truly living spirit in his heart. 

Eddie Quinn, class o( L^)S6, outstanding student and 
track star, heads the list on our new trophy. Griod luck 
to future winners! May Coach Duffy's spin! coniiiuu' to 
permeate the halloweti halls of Jamaica Plain High. 

R.F.D. 



JAMES L. DUFFY 



MEMORIAL TROPHY 



AWARDED TO 



EDWARD J„ QUTNN '56 




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_j3 3=JiifecMfc Qf^ ja^* ■es^n r-<j.^ . _ 



First Row (1. tor.): E. Sullivan, 
R. Hurley, J. Lynch, E.Dowgial- 
!o, B.McMurtry, J.Martin, D.Hal- 
leiE, J.Brinkman, J.Maloney, W. 
Young. Second Row: Mr. Bond 
(Coach), Colonel Murphy (Coach), 
P. Bums, R.Hughes, W.Arbuckle, 
R.Robertson, J. Brine, W.Troy, G. 
Quinn, R.Stewart, T.MacMarmus. 
Third Row: W.Henderson, G.Bil- 
louen, M.Whitt;, G.MacDonald, 
J.Towsey, G.Humphreys 



Cheers 

for 
Football 




Kneeling (I. to r.): Dianne Croaiti, Judy Salemme, Jean Peters, 
Sandra Miller. Standing: Doris Keefe, Doima Sweeney, Margy 
Wilson, Penny McViney (Captain), Carol Bartell, Jeanette Shire, 
Rosemary Dunn, Mary Flynn 




Co-Captains 
Hallett and Martin 



Tenms 



First Row (I. to i: .): Constance 
Hughutj, Judith Marison, Ursula 
Allen, Roberta McGarity, Geor- 
gia Grant. Second Row: Doris 
Kecfe, Judilh Varney, Janice 
Reiser, Margaret Ivimcy, Helen 
Zelewski, Dawn Magi, Gail Mar- 
tin, Miss Kelley 




First Row (I. to r.); Muriel Hadlcy, Rose- 
mary Edstcom, Celia Mosher, Katherine 
Wright, Geraldine Mahood. Second Row; 
Autfroy Marchant, Arlene Lopes, Janet 
Short, Sue Bradley, Ruth Cohen, Louise 
Bradley 



Badminton 



First Row (I. to r.): Arlene Lopes, Celia 
Mosher, Katherine Wright. Second Row: 
Rosemary Edstrom, Rutli Cohen, Sue Brad- 
ley, Louise Bennett 







First Row (I. to r.): David Campbell, 
Charles Neale, Donald Bridges, Jolm 
Derapsey, James McCormick, Timothy 
Aheani, Joseph Martin. Second Row: 
William Noonan, Ronald Kdkorian, Leo 
Walsh, Donald Smitli, Richard Brauneis, 
John Brinkman, Agustus Reynolds, Ge- 
rard Quinn, David Hallet, William Mc- 
Intire, Joseph Keating, Mgr. Mc. Mc- 
Guckian, Coach. Third Row: David 
Ahlquist, Robert Grady, Fred MacLen- 
nan, Karl Hudson, Thomas Grady, 
Thomas Smith, Ronald White, William 
Boyce 




First Row (I. to r.): Eugene Mc- 
Donald, Josepli Davis, Marty Wliite, 
John DiMattia, William Henderson. 
Second Row: Frank Hegacty, Rob- 
ert Malone, Janis Galen, Eduardo 
Rust, James Fuller, Gerald BiUou- 
in, Mr. O'Lear)' 




First Row (1. to r.): Stephen Ross, 
John Murray, Robert Thompson, 
Dennis Carey, Paul Brown. Second 
Row: Frank Hcgarty, Richard Sulli- 
van, Brendan O'Brien J Mr. O'Leary 



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First Row (1. lor.): John Bohane, Robert Brooks, William 
Yomig, Joseph Sylvester, Jolm Ferguson, AdamKrauss. 
Second Row: Colonel Muqihy, James Talanian, Robert Rev- 
cliotis, William Mclnlyrc, Stephen Ross, Michael Scipione, 
James O'Brien 




Baseball 



Co-Champions, Boston District League 
Selected for State Tournament 




Junior Varsity 
First Row (I. tor.): Charles Mangos, William 
Henderson, William Boyce, Jolm DiMattia, Ed- 
ward Cleary. Second Row: Colonel Murphy, 
James Manning, Francis McCusker, Gerard 
Burke, Joseph Martin, David Hallett 







Colonel Edwarci Muriihy 
Major Edward Foley 
Major Michael Scipione 
Major George Bryant 
Lieutenenl Colonel David Walsh 
Colonel Charles Lynch 



Trophy 

Presented by Railroad 

Communiry Committee 

(if Greater Boston 

To 
Jaiuaica Plain High 

For Exi cUeiicf in ilic- 1956 
Boston Scli<.ol b;»y Cadui I'arad 






LOUIE^S ESSO STATION 

205 CENTRE ST.. AT JACKSON SQUARE 
ROXBURY. MASS. 
GARRISON 7-9722 



WIFT CLEANSERS 



1480 Columbus Ave. 



Jackson Sq, 



Roxbury 
Cleaner * Laundry 



CYRUS DAVIES PHARMACY 

WILLIAM J. O'HARA, Reg. Pharm. 

189 CENTRE STREET, ROXBURY, MASS. 

GA. 7-921S GA. 7-9051 



Confipliments of 



JOHN S. McCLUR£ 




STYLE STORES FOR ^rEN 
Hats - Clothing - Fumishings 



155 DUDLEY ST. 
ROXBGRY, MASS 

GA 7-6233 

362 CENTRE ST. 
JAMAICA PLAIN 

JA 4-7335 



Alperl 

furniture for living 



at Natick &, Jamaica Plain 



CompUments of 



JOHN MATERAZZO 



C & R DONUT 

179 Centre St, 
Rox. 19. Mass, 



SeutAuen^ ;4fa^>t^tec<viu 



PRESCRIPTIONISTS 



R. 8ENS0N, Ph. G. 



367 CENTRE STREET, JAMAICA PLAIN, MASS. 



Telephone JA moico 2-3690 



GA 7-3322 



Compliments of 



THE PUPILS OF BIOLOGY 21 - BE 



MARTIN C. KELLEY 



Funeral Service 

509 Centre Street 
Jamaica Plain 



JA 4-2323 



MANN AND MANN 

LOCAL AND DISTANT 
NON-SLCTARIAN 
FUNERAL SERVICE 

• 


MONTGOMERY 
the Florist 

Flowers for All Occasions 
Telegraphed Anywhere 

• 

722 Centre Street, Jainaica Plain, Mass. 

Tt'lephonc: JAniaiia 4-2210 

Resident.' Phone-: [Amaica 4-3713 


44 PERKINS STRECT 
JAMAICA PLAIN, MASS. 

TELEPHONE: JAmaica 2-2500 
FA ir view 5-0488 

• 
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED 


Compliments o{ • . . 

KEANE'S GARAGE 

JA4-07'.»3 

71(1 CENTRL STREET 


C0NGRA7 LLATIOXS 
CLASS OF 1957 

JONES CAMERA and GIFT SHOP 


Compliments of . . . 

WOELFEL BROS. SHELL STATION 

496 Centre Stxeei Jamaica Plain 
J A 4-9780 


Full Secretarial and 
Intensive Short Courses 


S. S. KRESGE 

Your Friendly Store 
684 Cenirc Street 


Individualized 
Progreu and Attention 

367 ftOYLSTOM STREET «t ARLINGTON 




FANDEL PRESS, INC. 

Complete Sjz>iinting CHe^vice 

59 McBRIDE ST. JAMAICA PLAIN 30, MASS. 
JAMAICA 4-0204 — 4-020B 





COMPLIMENTS OF . . , 



JBernat 

YVRNS 



EMILE BERNAT & SONS COMPANY 

99 BICKFORD ST., JAMAICA PLAIN 30, MASS. 



GEO. W. KENYON & SON 


CHAS. B. ROGERS and CO. 


Agents 


701 CENTRE STREET 


BONDS — INSURANCE 






• 


6 Seaverns Avenue 




JAMAICA PLAIN 30, MASS 


Telephone: JAmaica 4-0014 


ESTABUSHED 1850 


A Prescription Phctrmacy Since 1867 


Ja 4-4411 





TEL. GA 7 1361 



FRED. BLEILER CO. INC. 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 

77 MINDEN ST. 21 WALDEN ST, 

JAMAICA PLAIN 30. MASS, 



EST. 1860 



SPECIAL DIE PINS AND RINGS 



ORDER 

YOUR 

1958 

SCHOOL 

RING 
NOW 




Official 
Jeweler For 
I. V. High 



FACTORV AND OFFICE 

AT 387 WASHINGTON STREET 



AND WTiAR 

IT DURING 

ALL OL YOUR 

SENIOR 

YEAR 




LEO J. COSTELLO 

INSURANCE S BR VICE SINCE 1030 

693 CENTRE STREET 

JAdiaica 4-5000 





CENTRE STREET, JAMAICA PLAIN 



Telephone JAmaica 4-2080 
opposite M. E. Curley School 



O'Byrne's Marke" 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


Jamcrica Plain's 


COLUMBIA 


Largest Independent Market 

Quality Foods 


PACKING COMPANY 


at Lowest Prices 


155 SOUTHAMPTON STREET 


• 


BOSTON, MASS. 


655 CENTRE STREET 




JAMAICA PLAIN 30, MASS. 


FINE MEAT PRODUCTS 



JAMAICA PLAIN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' CHOICE 



FOR 



TUXEDO RENTALS 



FORMAL WEAR 
SPECIALISTS 



cummins men's store 



MEN'S SUITS 
FURNISHINGS 




600 HYDE PARK AVENUE 



FAkview 3-8866 



ROSLINDALE, MASS. 



"ONE MILE FROM FOREST HILLS" 



D. W. DUNN CO. 



PACKING 



MOVING 




STORING 



SHIPPING 



ESTABLISHED 1896 

.LOCAL 

.SUBURBAN 

.LONG DISTANCE SERVICE 

EXCLUSIVE METROPOLITAN AGENT 



AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO 
NATION WIDE FURNITURE MOVERS 



JAMAICA 2-3300 

3175 WASHINGTON STREET 



HANCOCK 6-8000 
BOSTON 30, MASS. 



24 HOUR LAUNDRY 

FLAT WORX CLEANING 

SHIRTS 



628 WASHINGTON STREET 
(at Codraan Square) 



GENEVA 6-3939 
DORCHESTER, MASS. 




FORj A 
JOB? 



CHECK \A/HAT YOU NA/ANT: 



Good starting salary 
ivith regular raises 

Pleasant luork loith other 
girls and young men 

Prestige of a responsible job loith 
a well-knoiun and respected company 



If your list shows three checks, then you should 
check into what the Telephone Company has 
to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before 
they graduate from high school. Come in and 
see our employment interviewer soon. You'll 
enjoy talking with her. 

Act now, and you can say with pride, "I'm all 
set! I'm going to work with the Telephone 
Company !" 

See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and 
talk first with her about when and where to 
apply. 




UBVJ ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



MACLOI^E STUDIO 



PHOTOGRAPHER FOR SENIOR PROM 



396 MEDFORD STREET SOMERVILLE. MASS. 



COMPirMENTS OF 



Purdy Photographers 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



TO THE CLASS OF 1957 



367 80YLST0N STREET BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS 



COMPLIMENTS Ol' 



ROOM 104 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



ROOM 114 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



ROOM 304 



Complimcnis of 




CO-OPERATIVE 


CcHi\plimeuts of . - . 


RETAILING CLASS 


ROOM 307 


ROOM 106 





Compliments of the 1956-57 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Richard F. Dyer 

Frederick A, Langguth 

Betty Ann Langner 

Dianne E. Matthews 

Sandra Peterson 

Jeannette A. Shire 

Eleanor T. Sperrazza 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

SENIOR ROOM 


CompJiraents of . . . 

ROOM 30 3 


111 


Joan Brown Louise Bennett 
Sandra Dee Cathy Bogdanos 
James Botts Dorothy Cherry 
Ronald Berry Maureen Conlon 
Joseph Green Donna McGrath 
Emily Caffery Ronald Poirier 
Judith Carney George Bradford 
James Donovan Donald McAdams 
Hugh Lealford Marjorie Corbett 
Barbara Barlow Margaret Clayton 

Compliments of . . . 


Compliments of . . . 

ROOM 214 


ROOM ] 1 2 

Aona CrisiafuUi 
Constance Curtis 

Margaret D'Amore 

Joseph Del Genio 

Magda Reveliotty 

Barbara Del Dotto 

Mary Ellen Haverty 

Margaret Chamberlain 


L36 L46 

■THE TIRED LATIN LABORERS" 

T.Asakura W.Harrington 
A.Buckley R. Knapp 
F.DelCorso A.Marchant 
B. Fuller D.Matthews 
B. O'Brien 
Under the instruction of a 
Latin Scholar 
MISS MARY F. SULLIVAN 



COMPLIMliNTS OF 


CompUmenis of 

THI: BbSl'' HEALTH CLASS 

RB 5 - 310 


ROOM 102 


Compliments of 
305 


Cr>ni[)IiiiUMltS of , . . 

ROOM 1 1 3 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


MR. BEST'S BEST CHEMISTRY CLASS 
•C44 


ROOM 207 



COMPLIMENTS OF 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


SENIOR ROOM 


SENIOR ROOM 


203 


204 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


SFAflOR ROOM 


SENIOR ROOM 


205 


206 



COMPLIMITNTS OV- 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


THE 


THE 


"BEST " EDUCATED DRIVERS 


"BEST" HOMEROOM 


DE 3-1957 


310 


Cionipliinenis oT . . . 


Compliments o[ . . . 


ROOM 107 


ROOM 306 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



ROOM 202 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



MR. BEST'S CHEMISTRY 



42 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



BOYS' HEALTH 



RB7-BE 



THE CLASS OF 1957 
IS GRATEFUL FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE