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Published by 

THE SENIOR CLASS 
of 

DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL 

DUXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS 



To Our Readers 



We have tried to gather together for you the 
tilings we believe are memorable about, our years at 
Duxbury High ... in many pietures . . . fewer 
words. 



We like to thank people. It's a pleasant way 
of expressing gratitude to people like Miss Col lins 
Mrs. Bassett, Mr. .Sands, and Mr. King, who have 
assisted us with our yearbook. 

There are others too! High school students, 
faculty, and townspeople all have taken an interest 
and have worked with us. So we say, "Thank you," 
from the bottoms of our hearts. 




Here we train 
mind and hand 
the common good. 






Dedication 



. When the Staff' was ready to dedicate our 1950 Partridge, we 
all said, "Miss Collins!" That was the way everybody want- 
ed it, because she's our idea of the perfect senior adviser. 




V 





PARTRIDGE STAFF 

"Oh, do we have to cut that out too?" These words were repeated 
over and over again during nightly meetings of the staff. Even 
though some of our most cherished ideas have fallen to the blows of the 
economy axe, we are still certain that this is the 
best yearbook ever. We hope you will enjoy looking at it: we certainly 
had fun producing it. 



To The Members of The Class of 1950: 




As you face the problems of the future you 
must remember lliat you received your education 
during times when the world prepared for war, fought 
the war, and adjusted itself from war to peace. No 
one can safely predict what conditions you face. We 
know that Atomic Energy will affect your lives; we 
know thai world peace must be secured; and we know 
that education of all the people will be the only true 
way to secure and hold peace. 

We know that the safety of nations depends 
upon young people like you. If there is any message 
that we would send with you as you go your separate 
ways into the business world, let it be this — "Keep 
your common sense. Be guided in your actions by 
those fundamental principles of democracy and truth 
which we have attempted to instill in you. Have con- 
fidence in yourself, have trust in your fellow men, and 
have faith in God." 

The School Committee, your teachers, and the 
students left behind wish you well. Leave us now, 
but don't forget us. We will not forget you. 

Charles P. Lawrence 
Superintendent of Schools 



Dear Seniors: 

Your teachers believe you have developed a 
respect for scholarship and a desire to react intellec- 
tually rather than emotionally. The tolerant manner 
in which you evaluate the merits of each member of 
your class shows that you are beginning to recognize 
the social worth of each individual. One of the most 
prized possessions of any group is the ability to work 
together for a common goal. This quality, w hich en- 
tails individual responsibility for actions of others, is 
a prerequisite for a smoothly functioning democra<\ 
in any country. You are not drifting; you have a plan 
for the future. There is evidence that you have ac- 
quired some of the techniques of self-education. Since 
Society is not organized to guide and help you bey ond 
the high school age, these are the qualities upon w hich 
you must depend. 

Many of you will soon leave Duxbury for 
further education, business careers, and life. The 
faculty wishes you every success and believes that you 
are prepared to meet the demands of an ever changing 
world. 

Rodney R. Wood, 
(For the Faculty) 





Sitting: Mrs. Elesebeth B. Bencordo. Mrs. Elizabeth P. Bassett. Frances C. Gray. Rodney R. Wood. Muriel 0. Ferrell. 
Ralph N. Blakeman, Martha H. Wilkins. Standing: Earl P. Bassett. Mrs. Betty M. Bice. Genevieve M. Collins, Margaret 
B. Hadley, Bobert M. Vaughan. Edmund J. King, Mrs. Ellamarie Axinger. William H. Sands. 



THE FACULTY 



Ellamarie N. Axinger 

Earl Pierce Bassett 
Elizabeth M. Bassett 
Elesebeth B. Bencordo 
Balph N. Blakeman 



Girls' Physical Education, Health 

Coach of Basketball, Field Hockey, Softball, Tennis, Track, 
and Cheerleading 

Industrial Arts. Mechanical Drawing, Physical Education 
Adviser to the Student Council 

English 

Editorial Adviser of the Yearbook, Graduation Adviser 
School Librarian 

Adviser of the Library Service Club 
Science, Guidance 

Boys* Basketball Coach, Junior High Basketball Coach, 
Guidance Director 




( renevieve M. Collins 



Social Studies, Typing, Shorthand, Transcription, Office 
Practice 

Senior Class Adviser, Yearbook Adviser 



Frances G. ( ira^ 

Margaret B. I ladles 

Ella B. Hebberd 
Richard C. I lands 
Edmund J. King 

Donald F. Leach 
Betty M. Bice 

William H. Sands 
Robert M. Vaughan 
Bodney B. Wood 



English, French, Lai in, General Language 

Senior Class Play Adviser, Dramatic Club Adviser 

American Citizenship, Olee Club, Georgraphy, Music 
Music Supervisor, Quartette Supervisor, Band Director 



English, World Civilization, American History 

Chemistry, Mathematics, Solid Geometry and Trigonometry, 
Algebra, Physics 

Coach of Soccer, Assistant Track Coach, Junior High Basket- 
ball Coach 

Band Instrument Instructor 

Home Economics, Health 

Adviser to the National Honor Society, Chef Club Adviser 

Bookkeeping, Business Principles, Economics, General Mathe- 
matics, Commercial Law, General Business, Salesmanship 
Baseball Coach, Assistant Soccer Coach 

Physical Education, Biology, Industrial Arts, Health 
Adviser to the Athletic Association, Faculty Manager, Track 



U. S. History, Modern Problems 

Acting Principal, Adviser to the Special Services Club, Direc- 
tor of Audio- Visual Education 

Physical Education, Plane Geometry, Mathematics 



Muriel 0. Ferrell 



School Secretary 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President — Leon Barclay 

Vice President — Ann Martin 

Secretary — Priscilla Went worth 

Co-Treasurers — Edward Drake 

Roland \\ ashburn 



Flower 
Carnation 



Colors 
Blue and Silver 



MAHJORIE JEAN ABBOTT 
Mimi Business 
Mimi joined our class in the senior year and 

lias been a great addition. She is the quiet 
type. 

Transferred from Scituate High 1949; Glee 
Club L, 2, 3; Senior Play 4. 



LEON ANDREW BARCLAY, JR. 
Bare Successful Businessman 

Neighbor Barclay is the star student in the 
business classes — it says here. Barc's 
working experience has been at the A&P 
— promoting sales? 
Class President 4; Student Council 4; A. A. 3, 4 
Student Marshal 4; Basketball Manager 4 
Baseball 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 
Photography Club 3; Chefs' Club 4; Gym Club 
2; Glee Club 4; Yearbook 4; Dance Committee 
2, 3; Senior Play 4; Tournament of Plays 3. 



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GEORGE MAYERS BUNTEN 

Mechanical Engineering 
George has been our motion picture man al- 
though a little film has flown at times. 
He's taken a lot of kidding, but we wish 
him luck. 

A. A. L, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball Man- 
ager 3; Photography Club 4; Glee Club 1, 4; 
Yearbook 4; Dance Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 
Tournament of Plays 3; Special Service Club 4. 




EVA LORRAINE CARON 
Evie To be married 

Evie is already spoken for, and home life 
seems to be her liking — along with a cer- 
tain soldier. 

Class Secretary 3; Honor Usher 3; Honor So- 
ciety 3; Field Hockey .Manager 3; Reporters' 
Club 2; Glee Club L, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dance 
Committee 2, 3; Senior Play 3. 4; Tournament 
of Plays 3. 



RONALD VINCENT CORDEAU 
Ronnie Marine Mechanic 

Ronald came from Quincy this year to join 
us, and with this the seniors gained a good 
woman hater. 
Transferred from Quincy Trade School 1949; 
Senior Play 4. 



EDWARD ABBOTT DRAKE, JR. 
Ted Orchestra Leader 

Ted can always cut a fast rhythm beat for 
us on those drums. He's played at quite a 
few dances, and Krupa had better watch 
out. 

Class Co-Treasurer 4; A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Gradua- 
tion 3: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3. I: 
Chefs' Club 2, 4: Dramatic Club 3; Science Club 
1; Speech Club 1: Glee Club 4; Yearbook 4; 
Dance Committee 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 2, 3. 



CAROLYN JOHNSTON DUNKLE 
Freckles Nurse 
Carol is the class square dancer. She has 
hopes of a nursing career and we hope she 
succeeds. 

Basketball L, 2, 3; Library Club 2; Crafts Club 
2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; 
Senior Play 4. 

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IDA JEANNETTE FERRELL 
Jeannie Stenographer 
Jeannie has hopes of being a secretary. She 
has spent most of her time typing — getting 
ready for the future. 
A. A. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; 
Crafts Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Senior Play 4. 



EVELYN DOLORES FORD 
Ev Office work 

Ev wants to be a stewardess, but she has 
been taking a secretarial course. We hope 
she advances in one of these lines. 
Basketball 3, 4; Crafts Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Senior 
Play 4. 



WALTER JOSEPH FORD 
Fordy Mechanic 
Fordy jumped up to our class this year, w itli 
extra work for him. He has hopes of being 
a good mechanic. 
Library Club 1; Glee Club 4 ; Senior Play 4. 




NANCY MAE GLASS 
Nance Successful secretary 

Nance was voted the cutest senior girl. 
This should be a great asset in her business 
career! 

Class Vice President 1; Class Secretary 2; Stu- 
dent Council 1, 4; Student Council Secretary 4; 
A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Usher 3; Student Marshal 
1, 2; Honor Society 4; Rasketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball L; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 : 
Photography Club Treasurer 3; Crafts Club 2; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Senior Play 3, 4; Tournament of 
Plays 2, 3. 



JOHN ANTHONY KELCH 
Kelchy Math and Science Teacher 

Kelchy is the class scholar, but he does not 
like homework. He prefers to bowl and 
keep tabs on the Roys' Rasketball Team. 
Class Vice President 3; Class Treasurer 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; 
A. A. 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Honor Usher 3; Marshal 
3; Honor Society 3, 4; Rasketball Manager 3. 1: 
Special Service Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior 
Play 4. 





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ANNE MARIE MARTIN 
Honey Dramatics 
Ann has special interest in dramatics. She 
used her talent in the class play. Never 
will we forget the cute dimples and smile 
she has for everyone. 
Class Vice President 4; A. A. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; 
Field Hockey 1; Cheerleader 2, 3; Library Club 
L; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Speech 
C ub 1; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Dance 
Committee 2, 3; Senior Play 3, 4; Tournament of 
Plays 3. 



ROBERT NATHAN 
Fuzz Professional Baseball 

Fuzz has centered most of his activities in 
sports, and the basketball world respects 
him. With his free and easy manner, good 
sportsmanship and sheepish grin, Bobby 
quickly wins popularity wherever he goes. 
Class President 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President 4; A. A. 2, 3, 4 ; President 3, 4; Mar- 
shal 2; Honor Usher 3; Honor Society 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; Football 1 ; Track 3, 4 ; 
Chefs' Club 2, 4; Glee Club 4; Dance Commit- 
tee 3 ; Senior Play 4. 



ROBERT ALAN OLSEN 
Beaver Businessman 
Beaver has been our silent man behind the 
scenes. The shop has been his main inter- 
est and he may continue along these lines. 
Chefs' Club 2; Gym Club 3; Glee Club 4; Year- 
book 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Senior Play 4. 



CARLTOX GE_\E PEACOCK 
Peaky Music Supervisor 

If Peaky is wanted we can be sure to find 
him at home practicing the piano. He wants 
to be a music teacher some day. 
Class President 4; Marshal 3; Honor Usher 3; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Photography Club 3; Chefs' 
Club 2, 4; Glee Club 4; Quartet 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Class Play 4; Tournament of 
Plays 2. 



CHARLES WILLIAM SCHWAR, JR. 
Charlie Medicine 
Charlie is our college playboy. In this 
senior year he has studied hard and has also 
pushed the basketball team on to many 
victories. 

Class President 1; Student Council 3, 4; A. A. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 3; Graduation 
Marshal 3; Honor Society 4; Rasketball 1, 2, 3; 
Raseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3; Football 1; Track 
3, 4; Photography Club 3; Chefs' Club 2; Glee 
Club 4; Quartet 4; Dance Committee 2, 3 ; Senior 
Play 4; Tournament of Plays 2, 3. 



MARY MARGARET TAYLOR 
Polly General Office work 

Polly has always been the merriest little 
girl in the class. She is our blushing sales- 
girl. We hope she will be successful. 
A. A. 3, 4; Rasketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 
Manager 3; Field Hockey 1, 3; Track 1, 2; Re- 
porters' Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3;Yearbook 
4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Senior Play 4. 






CRESSON ALBERT VAN WINKLE, JR. 
Van Successful businessman 

Van, our class entertainer, is the little boy 
of our class whom we certainly couldn't be 
without. Willi his ability to act, dance, 
sinji, tell jokes, talk, play the bones and 
piano, and fly a plane, we are sure that he 
will meet success as a business man! 
Class Vice President 2; Student Council 2; A. A. 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Soccer 
2, 3; Football L; Photography Club 3; Chefs' 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 3; Speech Club 1; Glee 
Club 4; Quartet 1; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 4. 




RICHARD JAMES WANSKER 
Itchy Successful businessman 

Itch is a name no one in the senior class will 
forget. He always has been a ladies' man 
and is quite an authority in this field. 
Student Council 4; A. A. 3, 4; Head Marshal 4; 
Graduation 3; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; 
Soccer 3, 4; Chefs' Club 4; Glee Club 4; Yearbook 
3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Senior Play 4; United 
World Federalists Representative 3. 




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POLAND EVERETT WASHBURN 
Washie Businessman 
Washie is one of the official jokers in the 
senior class. Everyone is his pal. Until 
this year he has been a woman-hater, but 
times are changing! 
Class Co-Treasurer 4; A. A. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 

1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 

2, 3, 4; Photography Club 3; Chefs' Club 1; 
Speech Club L; Yearbook 4; Dance Committee 
2, 3; Senior Play 4. 




PRISCILLA WENT WORTH 
Windy College 
Windy is always good for an argument, but 
the seniors could never have gotten along 
w ithout her. She took care of all the head- 
aches of the yearbook and other activities. 
Class Secretary 1: Student Council 4; A. A. 2. 
3. 1; Honor Usher 3: Basketball Manager 1; 
Field Hockey 1, 2. 3: Crafts Club I; Glee Club 
I, 2, 3; Assembly Committee L; Yearbook I: 
Dance Committee 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Tourna- 
ment of Plavs 3. * 



RICHARD EVAN WOODSUM 
Dick Career in medicine 

Woody often prefers to study late at qighl 
and it is rumored that because of this he 
often runs on radar during the daytime. 
Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 3. 4, Presi- 
dent 4; A. A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Honor Usher 3; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Base- 
ball 1.2. I; Soccer 2. 3. I; Track 2. 3. 4: Chefs' 
Club 1. Treasurer 1: Speech Club 1. President 1 : 
Special Service Club 2: Glee Club 1: Quartet i; 
Yearbook 4: Dance Committee 2, 3: Senior 
Plav I. 



Graduation preparation began, 



"Whan that Aprille with its shoures sote 

The droghte of Marche hath perced to the rote. 



His scholarship was what he truly heeded. 

He never spoke a word more than was needed. . . . 

And gladly would he learn and gladly teach. 

For any man. unless he is a fool. 

Knows well that every part comes from the whole. . . . 

All that men write shall pass, 

in prose or rhyme. 
Take every man his turn in his own time." 



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Miss Downey in the seventh grade . . . proverbs and posture . . . "the 
world wants tilings done, not excuses" or "habit is like a cable; we weave a strand of it 
each day until it is so strong we cannot break it" . . . Lawrence Barbosa's falling asleep 
in class . . . Mr. Warner our art teacher in the fifth grade . . . room sixteen a three 
time winner for our homeroom . . . Nancy Glass and bubble gum in Mr. Gesiak's 
geography class . . . field trips with Mr. Scott in the American citizenship class . . . 
first English classes with Mrs. Bassett . . . our sophomore dance . . . kick-a-poo joy 
juice . . . Eva's birthday party . . . first postwar basketball championship this year 
. . . those plane geometry classes with Mr. Hjelm . . . our class party up at Xantasket 
Beach . . . some of us looking a little green after the rides . . . George riding in the 
little cars . . . going broke and enjoying it . . . helping Juniors with '48 graduation 
. . . seemed a long wa\ off then . . . not so long until we were Juniors . . . almost 
getting lost on biology class field trips ... all that new lab equipment, but the faith- 
ful Partridge Academy equipment still with us . . . starting the record hop idea . . .our 
own entertainment . . . our drummer boy Teddy Drake . . . the small frys moved in 
with us . . . the Junior Prom . . . cutting out what seemed to be endless paper um- 
brellas . . . our wishing well with 35c in it . . . Honor Ushers . . . the graduation 
. . . try-outs for marshal . . . the Senior Reception . . . election for Student Council 
President . . . the Senior Class play . . . Miss Gray's wonderful help . . . the gun 
that wouldn't go off . . . bananas . . . W oodsum trying to burn the chemistry lab 
out . . . playing basketball and more basketball . . . being exposed to Shakespeare 
about now . . . surprising ourselves liking it . . . yearbook troubles beginning ... all 
the help from teachers . . . trying to get into college . . . more yearbook troubles 
. . . (delete) . . . Mr. Herrick's endless picture taking . . . trying to get everyone 
lined up for pictures . . . popping flash bulbs . . . those meetings at John's and Pris- 
cilla's with Mr. Carter . . . getting measured for caps and gowns . . . curtain prob- 
lems . . . use the patched one or the cloth that doesn't reach the floor? . . . announce- 
ments . . . how many? . . . what kind? . . . our graduation essays . . . writing 
them . . . rewriting them ... oh well . . . our own band playing at graduation 
. . . underclassmen finding seniors in all corners of the building practicing their es- 
says . . . working on the stage . . . our fancy new class song . . . grand march prac- 
tice . . . time flying . . . graduation getting close . . .? 



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Mystery 
in the 

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rary 



President Hartman 
Benny Lyon 
Inspector Burke 
Swenson 
Policeman 
Heinrich 
Prompters . 



Albert Van Winkle 
Carlton Peacock 
Edward Drake 
John Kelch 
George Bnnten 
Richard Wanskcr 
Evelyn Ford 
Nancy Glass 




CAST 



Ellsworth Larson 
Claribeth Harris 
Diek Martin 
Jay Manson 
Shorty George 
Dora Dean . 
Margaret Allison 
Annie Goopy 



Richard Woods 
Ann Mar 
Charles Schi 
Leon Bare 
Roland Washfo 
Eva Ca 
Jeannette Fer 
Priscilla Wentwc 




SEN KM II GRADE (2-5) 

Front Row: Susan Denyer, Irene Pratt, 
Lillian Randall, Nancy Johnson, Olga 
Johnson, Madeline Coffin, Myrtle 
Froughton, Sandra Nickerson. Second 
Row: Harriet Marr, Rudy Perry, 
Carol April, Ronald Torrey, Nanc> 
('.rocker. William Cha.se, Patricia 
Brady. Douglas Pease. Third Row: 
Miss Wilkins, Richard Caron, Eleanor 
Barbosa, Gordon Cushing, Barbara 
Siitclill'e, Robert Brown, Marx Govoni, 
David Hall, Bettj Glass,' Stanley 
Trongeau. Fourth Row: Bradford 
Munroe, James Loring, Paul Collin. 
Joel White, Peter Balboni, Peter Hip- 
lex. Gordon McAuliffe, Joseph De 
Lorenzo, Mr. Vaughan. Fifth Row: 
Thomas Kirkpatrick, Gerald Nightin- 
gale, James MacFarlane, Donald 
Brock. 



EIGHTH GRADE (2-4) 

Front Row: Peter Brown, Ernest (Jul- 
iette, George Searle-Spratt, David 
Cheney, Thomas Mullaney, Dwight 
Newton, Herbert Wirt, Jr. Second 
Row: Ann Carver, Lucy Butler, Lois 
Jenner, Mary Ivanoff, Carolyn Swift, 
Ann Marr, Evelyn Fernandes. Third 
Row: Beverly Randall, Janice Borghe- 
sani, Marion Pratt. Pauline Govoni, 
Helen April, Jean Hutchinson, Ann 
Hardy, Jean Cope, Mr. King. Fourth 
Row: Richard Raggazini. David Har- 
dy, Albert Caron, David Chandler, 
Timothy Loring. Arthur Chandler, 
Warren Dean, Charles Benevento. 



NINTH GRADE (2-7) 
Front Row: John Benevento, Newton 
Hyslop, Carl O'Neil, Peter Barker, 
Thomas Bulu. Second Row: .Steven 
Denyer, Edith Pye, Beverly Freeman, 
Audrey Trongeau, Virginia Peterson, 
Martha Allen. Gail Woodsum, Joan 
Walker. Ann Wentworth. Lloyd Fer- 
rell. Third Row: Mr. Sands, Dorothy 
Chase, Gratia Ann Wrye, Virginia 
Washburn, Susan Lund, Marilyn 
Brown, Judith Griswold, Elaine Ma- 
comber. Ann (vent, Barbara Hulbert. 
Miss Hadley. Fourth Row: John Allen, 
John Bicker, Steven Loring. Robert 
Nathan, Paul Bates, Jr., Donald Linde, 
Thomas Craig, Donald Barboza, Henry 
Merry, Walter Johnson. Fifth Row: 
Ronald Cheney, John Soule. Clayton 
Ricker, Gerald Linde, Robert Bartlett. 



TENTH GRADE (2-2) 
Front Row: Barbara Glass. Dorothy 
MacLeod. Sandra Higgins. {Catherine 
De Lorenzo. Lorna Hutcheon, Pa- 
tricia Bridgham. Faith Olsen. Janice 
Healy. Second Row: Ronald Everett. 
Edward Brock. Ronald Southard. Jane 
Ripley. Gillian Harvey, Douglas Ham- 
ilton. Russell Randall. William Thayer. 
Miss Gray. Third Row: Robert Coffey, 
Edward O'Neil, Loring Tripp. Richard 
McAulifTe. Joseph DeLorenzo. Lewis 
Brown. David Carver. Edward Loring. 
Peter Noyes. 



ELEVENTH GRADE (2-8) 
Front Row: Edna Newell, Judith Wirt, 
Ann Butler. Natalie Mosher. Janet 
Glass. Patricia Higgins, Frances Hag- 
bourne, Marilyn Starkweather. Sec- 
ond Row: Joseph Sampson, William 
Butler, Harry Glass, Marshall Brown, 
Everett Borghesani, Robert Sheehan, 
Daniel White. Thomas Barclay, Mrs. 
Bassett. Third Row: William Merry, 
Roger Freeman. Richard Higgins. 
Harold Chase. Edward April. Alvin 
Marks, Carl Carlson. AJpheus \\ alker. 



TWELFTH GRADE 

Seated: Nancy Glass. Priscilla Went- 
worth. Anne Martin, Charles Schwab. 
Jeannette Ferrell. Evelyn Ford. Albei t 
Van Winkle, Marjorie Abbott. Stand- 
ing: Carlton Peacock, John Kelch. 
Richard Woodsum, Leon Barclay, 
Richard Wansker, Robert Nathan. 
Roland Washburn, Edward Drake. 
George Bunten, Walter Ford. Ronald 
Cordeau, Miss Collins. 




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Class Officers 




10th GRADE Hth GRADE 

Douglas Hamilton Judith Wirt 

Loring Tripp Everett Borghesani 

Ronald Southard William Butler 

LornaHutcheon Jacqueline Man- 




Wirt & Wansker 




HOYS' GLEE CLUB 
When one walks through the halls of D.H.S. 
during the fifth period on Thursday, he undoubtedly 
hears the voices of twenty-five male students in 
perfect harmony. For at long last, the hoys have 
formed a Glee Club, thanks to Miss Hadley, their 
adviser. 

As yet, they have not done much singing in 
public, but they have sung at P.T.A. meetings and 
at the Unitarian Church during the Christmas sea- 
son. A spring festival, in which boys, girls, and 
band will entertain the public, is planned. 

Here's hoping this Glee Club is the start of a great 
idea in Duxbury High School and that it will con- 
tinue for many years! 




LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB 

The L.S.C. may he the oldeH 
club in school in point of time, but 
has the youngest and most spirite 
members. \ .I.P.'s in the club ai 
Pauline Govoni, Nancy Johnsoi 
Janice Borghesani, Harriet Mar' 
and Mrs. Bencordo. We aid tl 
faculty in preparing library ma 
terial for class units, help the sti 
dent body in research work, serve i 
the desk in the library, and help 01 
librarian in her work for the schooi 



SPECIAL SERVICE CLUB 

The boys in this club are respons 
hie for the Visual Aid Equipment i 
the school. When a movie, a re| 
ord, or the tape recorder is needel 
members of the S.S. Club come | 
the rescue. 




THE BAND 

T-o-o-o-t . . . Bla-a-a-t . . . bo-o-om 
What in Heaven's name is that? 
The new band tuning up. It's wonder 
And are we proud! 



DRAMATIC CLIB 

t's a wonder our Faculty Ad- 
t, Miss Gray, isn't bald-headed, 
she's certainly torn her hair at 

innumerable rehearsals for the 
b's production of MAHY-GO- 
LND. Lucky she had enough 

for the Third Annual Touraa- 
lt of Plays produced by the 





HOYS' QUARTET 

"Would it be possible?" 
Muddy. 

"It would be a lot of fun . . 
pointed out ( larleton. 

"It Mirr would be," affirmed 
"Let's go get Dick and find M 
Hadley. 

Miss Hadley was astonished, I 
verj co-operative. The sludi 
body was astounded but delight 
These barber-shoppers were on 
beam, but dell 



GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 

Do we like music? The answer is. 
"Yes!" And you can hear plenty of it 
any Tuesday afternoon you wish. If it's 
rhythm you want, the Girls' Glee Club 
has it. When its twenty-eight members 
all join together, with Miss Hadley at the 
piano, w ho can help wanting to sing? 

The sirls have been successful in carol 
singing, assembly programs, a minstrel 
show , and a spring festival. 



CHEFS' CLUB 
Our Platform: 

We believe the bachelors (am 
husbands) of tomorrow ought t<: 
be able to cook a meal fit fo 
human consumption. That 
why we learn the essentials I 
good cooking, which will surel; 
come in handy in later life! 

With the help of our able adl 
viser, Mrs. Rice, we are sun 
that we will thus save ourselvej 
from starvation. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Every school has an or- 
ganization of which it is 
proud. In D.I [.S., I hat or- 
ganization i-- the Student 
( i uncil. Of course it isn't 
perfect, hut we feel it's 
mighl \ close to il ! 

"Whj not do this?" "\\ h> 
not do that?" No sooner said, 
than done! That's the way 
the Council operates. De- 
mocracy is the keyword and 
proud we are of it. 




HONOR SOCIETY 

Character, leadership, and service 
are the "Bif; Three" of the Honor 
Society. Duxhury Huih School's seven 
nienihers deserve and have our admira- 
tion. 



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R. J. Wansker 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

There were games that made us happy, 
There were games that made us sad. 
But the girls were always "in there" 
(Jiving every bit they had; 
They'd pivot, they'd dribble, they'd screen 

and they'd play; 
Their "cutting" was weak, but their spirit 

"O.K.'' 

For '50, here's hoping success is secure, 
Not all years can make champions, 
But for '50 we're sure! 



JUNIOR BASKETBALL 

Often when we look at the champion- 
ship basketball teams of Duxbury we 
forget that much of the credit for learning 
the fundamentals of basketball belongs to 
the Junior Basketball Team. Under 
Coach King these junior high players learn 
basic basketball. Later in the season they 
play other junior high teams throughout 
the League. 



FIELD HOCKEY 

1949 

Sticks, ball, goals, a game! 
Third in the League race, 
Gee, what a shame! 
1950 

Obstruction, lunge, defense, and sticks, 
Tops in the League race, 
Duxbury clicks! 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 

As usual under the capable direction of 
Coach Blakeman this year's basketball 
team kept up its reputation of being one 
of the best in the League. With Captain 
Bob Nathan heading a squad of twenty 
hard working players we went ahead and 
won sixteen games while losing only three. 
After a successful league season we went 
up to Brockton and took the Class C 
championship. Even though we are losing 
five veterans we are looking forward to 
another successful season under Coach 
Blakeman's direction. 



SOCCER 

Even though soccer is a new sport in 
Duxbury, last year's soccer team played 
some of the best teams in the state and 
won more than its share of the games. 
We were accorded a special honor when 
Danny White, one of our fullback--. \\a- 
elected to the second team of the Eastern 
Massachusetts All-Star Soccer Team. 

Next year we are looking forward to 
another successful year of soccer under 
Coach King. 



OUR TENNIS TEAM 

Left to Right: Judy Griswold. Jud> Wirt. 
Jane Ripley, Anne Kent, Joan Walker, 
Mrs. Axinger. 




CHEERLEADERS 

With a root and a toot and a sis boom 
bang, 

The cheerleaders cheered and the cheer- 
leaders sang. 

\\ ith cheers for I he \ isitors and cheers for 
OUT team. 

These lads and lassies were really on the 
beam! 



BASEBALL 

Although Duxbury cannot look back on 
any championships, we are sure that under 
the guidance of Coach Sands this year's 
team will change this record. There is a 
large squad with plenty of enthusiasm and 
fighting spirit, and we are sure that the 
combination of their experience and Mr. 
Sand's coaching ability will give Duxbury 
a championship contender. 



i ; ! 

! \)M CLASS C CHAMPIONS 

Tied for the South Shore Champion- 
ship, we entered the Class C Tourney at 
Brockton. After beating Norton and 
Plainville, we found that we would have 
to play Kingston, our league rival, in the 
finals. Kven though we were behind for 
• most of the championship game, we ral- 
••*»; lied in (Ik last few minutes and won the 

cup. 



SOFTBALL 

The outlook wasn't brilliant for the soft- 
ball team last Spring, 

Yet the last game without doubt was the 
one game of which we'd sing. 

Look what's coming on next Spring's squad 

\ et'rans almost everyone! 

Can we make the championship? Why 
not ? 

W hat's more, have a lot of fun. 



GIRLS' TRACK 

Last spring the girls were running on the 

track for Duxbury High, 
The neighboring schools competing found 

them very hard to tie. 
There was jumping high and wide, there 

were dashes short and long, 
But when they brought the ribbons home 

the cheers rang loud and strong. 



BOYS' TRACK 

Last year track was introduced in Dux- 
bury and met with enthusiasm by most of 
the student body. Not only did we take 
part in several track meets, but also we 
had great competition in the school itself 
for track honors. In the South Shore 
League Track Meet we placed third even 
though our team had no experience arid 
other activities kept us from getting all 
the practice we needed. We hope track 
will be come a major sport in Duxbury. 




CAN YOU IMAGINE . . . ? 



Charlie Schwab weak as a kitten . . . Bobby Nathan scoring basketball on 
the bench . . . Priscilla Wentworth with nothing to do . . . Dick Wansker reading 
Shakespeare Friday and Saturday nights . . . Jeannette Ferrell tearing around . . . 
Carlton Peacock winning the weight-lifting contest . . . Nancy Glass without her giggle 
. . . Ann Martin a man-hater . . . Mary Taylor with no smile . . . George Bunten 
a five foot Casanova . . . Evelyn Ford losing her temper and starting a riot . . . Leon 
Barclay being a mother's boy . . . Roland Washburn not turning his head to take in 
every cute trick that passes . . . Carolyn Dunkle attending all school socials . . . Eva 
Caron coming to school every day . . . Edward Drake not liking baseball . . . Dick 
Woodsum with no curls . . . John Kelch a playboy with no thoughts for the future . . . 
Marjorie Abbott bold and breezy . . . Robert Olsen leaving his Ford in the garage 
. . . Walter Ford selling his truck . . . Ronald Cordeau using every study hall . . . Al- 
bert Van Winkle without his boots . . . Dick Wansker a lonely bachelor . . . Pris- 
cilla Wentworth not wanting to talk or argue . . . Leon Barclay refusing a beautiful 
date . . . Mary Taylor with no friends . . . Jeannette Ferrell a snake charmer . . . 
Robert Nathan posing for a picture without a fuss . . . Carlton Peacock being tone 
deaf . . . Albert Van Winkle without his bones . . . Nancy Glass weighing 200 pounds 
. . . Charlie Schwab not playing sports . . . John Kelch a Cadillac playboy . . . Caro- 
lyn Dunkle without her freckles . . . Eva Caron not going steady . . . Roland Wash- 
burn without his "neighbor" . . . Richard Woodsum going with more than one girl 
• . . Edward Drake without his drums . . . Marjorie Abbot a yodeler . . . Evelyn 
Ford not being co-operative . . . George Bunten with no interest in cameras . . . Ron- 
ald Cordeau not peering into room 11 . . . Ann Martin not flirting . . . Robert Olsen 
sloppily dressed . . . Walter Ford being a barker in the circus . . . the Senior Class 
not graduating! 



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J. Wirt 



Best Wishes to The Class of '50 



BUTTNER'S 



PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

Telephone 450 



PLYMOUTH ROCK CLEANERS 

Phone 1744 



HENRY W. OLHSON 



Bay Road 
South Duxburv 



Puritan Tailoring Department 

CLEANERS - TAILORS - FURRIERS 
Delivery in Duxbury 



PURITAN CLOTHING CO. 

"Modem store for men and boys" 

Featuring Nationally Advertised 
Brands 



50 Main Street 



Plymouth 



Com pli ments of 


A. H. WALKER 


DUXBURY GARAGE, Inc. 


Plumbing - Heating 


Phone 600 


TPI VPHflVF ni'VRI'RV 41- 
1 1. 1, 1;I 1 1 U A 1, 1J L AD L IV 1 OLD 


WESTWINDS BOOK SHOP 

LENDING LIBRARY 


LOREN C. NASS 


Washington Street Duxbury 


Plumbing and Heating 


Hours 10 to 12 A.M. and 2 to 5 P.M. 
Daily Except Sunday 


International Harvester 
Refrigerators and Appliances 

"Why Look Elsewhere?" 


PR IPS' BiNrR ")*\r fn ftft 




DUXBURY 




COAL and LUMBER CO. 


Compliments of 


BOAT STORAGE 
and 
REPAIR 

X I 1 i X . \ XXV 


SWEETSERS 
GENERAL STORE 


Tel. Duxbury 81 






TEL. DUXBURY 397-W 
BYROX W. TAFT 


HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT 

Kingston 
Massachusetts 


DUXBURY OIL SERVICE 
Range and Oil Service 

Tremont Street Island Creek, Mass. 



( 'om pi i m cuts of 

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General Merchandise 

George W. Josselyn, Prop. 



BROWNIE'S DEPT. STORE 



Stand ish Street 
South Duxbury, Mass. 



OLIVER L. BARKER 

ARCHITECT 



( 'om pi i merits of 

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HOME BAKERY 

South Duxbury, Mass. 
Tel. Duxbury 735 



BENJAMIN O. DAWES 

Duxbury Real Estate 

Stand ish Street Hall's Corner 

South Duxbury, Mass. 
OFFICE 678-W RES. 678-R 



JOSEPH F. CLARK 

Real Estate 

and 
Insurance 

Office at Hall's Corner 
South Duxbury, Mass. 

Telephone 522 



SAVE for an EDUCATION EDUCATE yourself to SAVE 

PLYMOUTH SAVINGS BANK 



Compliments of 

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Watchmakers and Jewelers 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 
Telephone 1601 




L_f1 V I £S 
S\ PPjl K£ L 



Plymouth's Popular Price Shop 
For Misses and Women 



20 Court Street 



Telephone 1635 



CLEMENT A. BRIGGS 



Com pliments of 

SHIFF'S STORE 



Com pliments of 

DUXBURY GAS SERVICE 

C. H. SCHAFFER 
Telephone Duxbury 397-R 



Students . . . 

for Graduation and Sportswear 

CLOTHING . . . 

SPORTSWEAR . . . 
SLACKS . . . 

MORSE and SHERMAN 

William J. Sharkey 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 



LEADING SHOE STYLES 
For Dress, Casual, or Sport Wear 



Hosiery 



Hand Bags 



All At Popular Prices 





Catering to Teen-Agers 



Come in and Drive the New Ford 
HERRICK AUTO SALES 

50 ways finer for "50" 



M. C. LINDE 




Custom Boat Builder 




Storage and Repair 




Landing Road 




KINGSTON 


Com pi intent* 




of 

A FRIEND 


( 'om pliments of 


ELDEN F. WADSWORTH 




Painter - Decorator 





JOHN MARSHALL 



Compliments of 

SIBLEY'S 
BAR AND GRILLE 



Compliments of 

EDYTHE'S BEAUTY SHOP 



Cards Yams Gifts 



CAPTAIN'S WALK 

"On the tray to the Monument" 

Crescent Street South Duxbury 

Mrs. John C. Soule 

Socks and Sweaters Made to Order 



Hours 9:30 to 5:30 
Closed Wednesdays and Sundays 



Telephone Duxbury 669 



Compliments of 

FRANK A. SAMPSON 

Plumbing, Heating, Sheetwork 

Agent for Dico Oil Burners 



MRS. RAYMOND L. FLANAGAN 




DUXBURY ANTIQUE SHOP 




Antiques - Glass - China 
Furniture - Prints - Etc. 


B. F. GOODRICH 


Cox's Corner 


Coal - Grain 


Duxhurv, Massachusetts 
Tel. Dux-bury 768 


Fuel Oil 
Lumber 


MacFARLANE MOTORS 


Paint 


Mobilgas Mobiloil 


Hardware 


Tel. Kingston 534 




66 Summer Street Kingston, Mass. 




USED CARS BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED 





Com pi i mods of 
The Merchants Displaying This Seal 




.1 Good Place to Stop 

HULBERTS 


Com pi i merits of 


Route No. 3 West Duxburv 


The 


Homemade Ice Cream 
Fried Clams - Grille 

JOHN DELORENZO 


PLYMOUTH NATIONAL BANK 

Complete Banking Services 
for 

Plymouth and Surrounding 
Communities 


Turkey Farm 




Duxburv, Massachusetts 
Route 3 


Member 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



PLYMOUTH 






FINE CLASS RINGS 


FIVE CENTS 






ANNOUNCEMENTS 


SAVINGS BANK 


AWARDS 


Incorporated 185.5 






lOSTEN'S 




Since 1897 


I>I VAIfn'TU VI ACClf 'TJT T<T7T"T , G 
1 LiXlVlUUlrJ, LVlAooAl^xl U BJli 1 1 B 


Rpnwpnlatire- LOTUS ERTCKSON 




Box 126 




Melrose, Massachusetts 




MARINE AND APPLIANCE CO. 


Com pi i merits of 


South Duxbury, Mass. 


1 Illy o 1 K IJ I \ ) 


General Electric Appliances 


Duxbury, Mass. 




Tel. 125 


Pittsburgh Paints and Wall Paper 




J. S. KENT, Prop. 




Phone Duxbury 12 


"The Best in Flotrers" 






THE DUXBURY PRESS 


JOHNSON'S FTOWFRS 


r>ay xvoau 


Tel. Duxbury 48 




Elm Street Duxbury, Mass. 




Kenneth Maconiber 




Ray Chandler, Manager 


Flowers Telegraphed To All 





EBEN N. BRIGGS 

Mobile Heat 
Kerosene 

Tel. Duxburv 33-1 



RAY A. STEARNS 

Telephone Duxburv 3 

ALL LINES OF INSURANCE 

St. George Street 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 



TOABE HARDWARE STORES 

Hall's Corner 
Duxbury, Mass. 



S A DO UTS 



'Fashion Center 



TEL. KINGSTON 2183 



NIGHTS 8721 



Waltham Oil Burners 

— Sales Service — 

L. E. BOUCHARD 
Plumbing - Heating 

64 Summer Street Kingston, Mass. 



J. ANSON BROCK 



Com pli merits of 

BARNES MARKET 



OI K STORE AND GIFT SHOP 
ARE REALLY 

UNUSUAL! 



We think you will enjoy a visit. We have interesting 
and exclusive gifts for any occasion. 



THE WELCH COMPANY 

Scituate, Massachusetts 





The Favorite Rendezvous 




Of Duxbury High 


JORDAN'S PHARMACY 


Students 


Kingston, Massachusetts 




Tel. Kingston 395 


WHITE BROS. 


Recently Enlarged 




Dairy Bar and Restaurant 




. . . Delicious Foods 




. . . Tempting Fountain Specials 


W A N TED 


. . . Pleasant Surroundings 




. . . Popular Prices 


Antiques - Glass - China 




Furniture 






Open daily until 9 P.M. 




Except Monday 


THE BITTINGERS 


176 Main Street Kingston, Mass. 


Bay Road at Hall's Corner 


Telephone Kingston 8691 


South Duxbury 





For the best in recording and 




sheet music, shop at . . . 




THE MUSIC CENTER OF DUXBURY 




FREEMAN'S VARIETY STORE 




Standish Street 


Very Best of Luck 


South Dux bury, Mass. 


Class of 1950 




MILLBROOK MARKET 


DEXTER'S SHOE STORE 

Jarman Shoes for Men 
Little Yankee Shoes for Children 

16 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 
Telephone 165AY 


( 'om pi i me tits of 




V O T T A 


Com pi i merits of 


T T f\ AIT 4 X' I A 4 ITTA Of - nni ~\J 

HUMt AJND AU1U 5>UrrLY 


PLYMOUTH 


35 Main Street 


FAMILY SHOE STORE 


Plymouth, Massachusetts 


18 Main Street 


Tel. 840 — 525 


Plymouth, Mass. 




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JORDAN'S 




THE JOHN E. JORDAN CO. 


STODDARD & TALBOT 


1 Main Street 

1)1.. .1 1 A f _ „ i i 

lly mouth Massachusetts 
Tel. 283 


"INSURANCE THAT INSURES" 

HARRY R. TALBOT 

Attorney-at-Law 
Managing Underwriter 

Plymouth, Mass. 



BAY MOTORS CO. 
Hall's Corner 



PIERCE W. MURPHY 



Com pi i merits of 

OLD COLONY 
and 
PLYMOUTH 
THEATRES 



M and M SPORTING GOODS 

Ansco, Kodak, and Argus Cameras 
Complete Line of Sporting Goods 



Auto Body Repairing 
and 
Painting 
Soconv Vacuum Products 



Compliments of 

TAYLOR 
LUMBER 
COMPANY 



25 Main Street Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 1915 



PLYMOUTH CORDAGE 
COMPANY 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 





CUSHING BROS. 


THE DUXBURY GRILL 

ROUTE THREE 

Duxbury 


Dodge and Plymouth Cars 
— Sales and Service — 

Tel. Duxbury .5 


MRS. WARD FOOTE 


Com pliments of 


— Realtor — 


SOUTH DUXBURY PHARMACY 


Summer and Year Round 
Properties 


Prescriptions 

A REXALL DRUG STORE 


• • • 

Shipyard Lane South Duxbury 
Tel. Duxbury 639 


Harold R. Monroe, Reg. Pharm. 

Tel. Duxbury 687 



MASON CONTRACTOR 

Plaster - Stone Work - Cess Pools 
Stucco Work - Sea Walls 
Brick Laying - Concrete Blocks 
Tile Bathrooms 

Fireplaces a Specialty 

WILLIAM H. SALSMAN 
Depot Street Tel. Duxbury 200 


Personal . . . 

Names make the news, it is said. Isn't it 
true that we like to read about other 
people— what they are doing, where they 

are going, how they live and what they 
think? Especially do we like to read 
about people we know. World shaking 
news arouses our- interest but the personal 
hits about our neighbors and friends holds 
our interest. II. is for this reason that a 
home town newspaper is so thoroughly 

read and enjoyed by the people of a com- 
munity. The Old Colony Memorial is your 
town newspaper. It is written and edited 
for you. Buy it regularly and keep in 
touch with your neighbors and friends. 

Paid W. Bittinger 
Editor and Publisher 
Old Colony Memorial 
Plymouth, Massach useits 


( '<>m pliments of 

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Compliments of 
A FRIEND 


NELL FISHER SHOP 

Scituate, M assac h u se 1 1 s 

Dresses - Suits - Sportswear 
Blouses - Hosiery - Lingerie 
and Accessories 

Helen M. Hasbrouck, Prop, 


MARSHFIELD 
TELEVISION & RADIO CO. 

Ocean Street Tel. 698-W Marshfield 
SALES SERVICE INSTALLATIONS 

1 he best in Television and Radios 

Television Receivers 
Radios - Recorders - Phonographs 


THE RED JACKET INN 

Mrs. Marion Thomas Baker 
Owner-Manager 

Duxbury, Massachusetts 
Guests - Day, Week or Month 

Tel. Duxbury 476-M Breakfast 



PERCY L. WALKER 




Real Estate 




PERCY L. WALKER 
DONALD D. WALKER 
CLARENCE W. WALKER 

Telephone Duxbury 120-R 

DUXBURY, MASS. 


Louis" Evelyn's 
Barber Beauty 
Shop Shop 

Tel. 56 

H 'ill < ( 1 ( i r n t > r rT * i 1 1 o 1 nrriPr 




"SKIPPY'S" 


Com pi intents of 

CLARA'S COFFEE SHOP 

South Duxbury, Mass. 


At Junction of 
Routes 106 and 27 

Kingston, Massachusetts 


Com pi intents of 




TED'S 
TEXACO STATION 


Hendrie's 


38 Main Street 
North Plymouth Massachusetts 
Tel. Plymouth 236 

Specialized Lubrication 


ICE CREAM 

Favorably known for 55 years 
And still in a class by itself 


For Quick Service 




— Call— 

ELIZABETH MOSHER'S 

I AW ocl VICc 

Duxbury 238 


131 Eliot Street Milton 87, Mass. 
BLuehills 8-7850 

10 1 -) Nelson Street Plymouth, Mass. 
Plymouth 160 



BENNETT'S 



Groceries - Meats 
Wines - Liquors 

Radio Sales - Service 



Telephone Duxbury 784 
ISLAND CREEK 



FRANCIS L. SWIFT 

Carpenter and Builder 
Woodworking - Cabinet Making 

Shop at South Station and Depot Sts. 

Tel. Duxbury 459 



Com pliments of 

PILGRIM DRUG STORE 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



LEYDEN PRESS 



Printers 
and 
Lithographers 



9 Town Square 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Telephone 775 



NOOK FARM DAIRY 

MILK and CREAM 



HEALTH BUILDER 


LOCAL MILK 


B. M. FIENBERG, Inc. 
Department Store 

Men's and Women's Wear 
Men's Women's and Children's Shoes 




Home Appliances 
Kelvinator and Hotpoint 
Refrigerators Washers 
Bendix Hotpoint 

Inlaid Linoleum - Window Shades 


Compliments of 

THE WINSOR HOUSE 


Com pliments of 




THE PRINT SHOP 




Elm Street - - Duxbury, Mass. 





Best Wishes to the Class of 1050 
From 

SNUG HARBOR MOTORS 
George S. Butler, Prop. 



Established 1899 Tel. Kingston 863-3 

EDGAR W. LORING, Inc. 

Cranberries 
Coal Wood 

Kingston, Mass. 



Corn pliments of 

WRIGHT S 

Flowers - Coal - Grain 
Insurance 



Kingston, Mass. 
Tel. 542, 543 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



LOUIS' BARBER SHOP 

FREE PARKING 

to our patrons in 
Town Brook Auto Park 

Louis Borghesani, Jr., Prop. 
\%V 2 Main Street Ext. Plymouth 




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Finest in Portraiture. Our expert staff is pre- 
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at prices that are always moderate. 





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