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THE PARTRIDGE 




DtXBlRV HIGH SCHOOL 

Duxbury Free Library 



In PARTRIDGE 1957 we have 
received our inspiration from the 
sea. To us the sea is indicative of 
our years at Duxbury High School. 
Through storms and calms we have 
developed the outlook and gained the 
experience necessary to enable us 
to sail forth from the harbor . Thus , in 
PARTRIDGE 1957 we have attempt- 
ed to capture the essence of the sea. 



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Mrs* Sfiahwwd 



Lefty and the dented Ford. . . 
the newspaper and the yearbook. . . 
field trips and Shake spear e . . .late 
homework and your resultant lec- 
tures. . .your bubbling good humor 
and your friendship. . .these and 
many more are our memories of 
you. 

To you, Mrs. Sherwood, who 
kept your steadying hand on the til- 
ler during our enjoyable, eventful, 
but erratic voyage through high 
school, we gratefully dedicate the 
1957 PARTRIDGE. 
r-AKTHIDSfc. 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mr. Albert P. Richards, Chairman 
Mr. Edward L. Butler, Secretary 
Mrs. Elizabeth U. Nickerson 
Mr. Dominic LaGreca 
Mr. Earle C. Grenquist 




Dr. Everett L. Handy 
Superintendent of 
Schools 



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COMMERCIAL 
Mr. Donald Fowke; Mrs. Agnes Reed. 




MATH AND SCIENCE 

Mr. James Cuffe; Mr. Ralph Blakeman; Mr. Ralph Long; 
Mr. Lawrence Dunn. 




SPECIAL TEACHERS 

From row, left to right: Mis? Anna Davis; Mr. Roger Jar- 
vis; Mrs. Ruth Hendrick; Mrs. Elesebeth Bencordo; Mr. 
Thomas Adams. Second row: Mrs. Mary Stott; Mr. George 
Teravainen; Mr. Robert Mendenhall. 




LANGUAGES AND SOCIAL STUDIES 

Front row, left to right: Mr. Walter Kennedy; Mrs. Irene 
Sherwood; Mrs. Florence Harrison; Miss Celeste Travers; 
Mr. Donald Prigge. Second row: Mr. Hugh Cronister; Mr. 
Arthur Christie. 



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75raakers 

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THE CLASS OF 




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PAUL JOSEPH APRIL, Jr. 



Specks. . .Ed. , 
. . .Model A's. 
"True Love". . 
. . .drive-in. . 



.the orange truck 
. .beach buggies. . . 
.business manager 
trumpet player. 



Activities: Soccer 1,2; Yearbook 
4; Basketball 1,2,3; Choir 4; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior 
Play; Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3; Student Council 4; 
A. A. 1,2. 





BARBARA ANN ARNEY 

Babs. . .cheerful. . .Texas. . .hos- 
pitable. . .artist. . .newcomer. . . 
bop. . .poetess. . .inter-com. 



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RUSSELL VERNON AT WOOD, Jr. 



Buzz. . .woodworker. . .steady, 
golfer. . .Grandpa. . .Thespian, 
civil engineering. . .shagging. . 
"My Prayer". 



Activities: Soccer 1 ,2,3 ,4; Baseball 
1,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3, 
4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Sen- 
ior Play; Band 1,2; Dance Com- 
mittees 1; Honor Usher 3; Boys' 
State Award 3; Student Council 3,4; 
Yearbook 4; French Club 3; Dra- 
matic Club 2,3,4. 





MARY LOUISE BALBONI 

Mary Lou. . ."True Love". . .Grand 
Duchess. . .beautiful eyes. . .wild 
animal collection. ."I don't know!" 
. . .conscientious. . .long shiny hair. 

Activities: Basketball 3 ,4; Softball 
4; Choir 1,4; Senior Play; Dance 
Committee 1,3; Yearbook 4. 



LINDA LEE BENEVIDES 

Linda. . .Elvis. . .Rock'n Roll. . . 
"Shillelagh". . .fads. . .disc jockeys 
. . .movies. . .Alan Freed, WINS. . . 
hot rods. 

Activities: Choir 1,4; Dance Com- 
mittee 3. 




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ELEANOR LOUISE BLANCHARD 

"Well". . .quiet. . .Pat Boone. . . 
reserved. . .green. . .bop. . .Cali- 
fornia. . .blonde. . .eating. 

Activities: Basketball 3,4; Softball 
2,4; Choir 1,4; Tournament of 
Plays 1,2,3; Senior Play; Dance 
Committees 1,2; Supply Room 2,3, 
4. 



GAYLE SANDRA CAMPBELL 

Gayle. . ."Number, please". . -gig- 
gle. . .wide eyes. . .books. . . 
"Friendly Persuasion". . .Una. . . 
future nurse. 

Activities: Field Hockey 2; Bas- . 
ketball 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
President 3; Newspaper 2,3,4; Sen- 
ior Play; Dance Committees 1,2,3, 
4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 4; 
French Club 4; Science Club, Pres- 
ident 3; Dramatic Club 1, Secre- 
tary 2, Treasurer. 




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GRANT L. COPE 

Butch. . ."That's nice". . .Donald 
. . .loafer. . .blue stude. . .that per- 
manent wave. . ."Singing the Blues" 
. . .Duxbury Beach. . .the bop. 

Activities: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 
4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Sen- 
ior Play; Band 1,2; Dance Com- 
mittees 1,2,3; Yearbook 4. 



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DIANE ESTHER DEGRASSE 

Di. . .blond convertible. . .artist 
. . .sailors. . .East Bridgewater. . 
"Moonglow". . ."Petey". . .Essie. . 
music. . .little d. 

Activities; Basketball 3; Softball 
2; Choir 3,4; Newspaper 2,3; 
Tournament of Plays 2,3; Senior 
Play; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; 
Honor Usher 3; Girls' State 3; 
Yearbook 3,4; Class Secretary 2,3, 
4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4. 




JOHN DAVID DELORENZO, Jr. 



Delo. . .the coupe. . .curly-haired 
• • -Mr. De Pinna. . .turkeys. . .the 
old country. . .soccer. . .Mr. Pres- 
- ident. . ."Moonlight Serenade". 



Activities: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Choir 1, 
4; Tournament of Plays 1,3; Sen- 
ior Play; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; 
Dance Committees 3; Honor Usher 
3; Boys' State Award 3; Class 
Vice-President 3; Class President 
4. 



DARLENE SANDRA DOYLE 

Darlene. . .comebacks. . .clothes 
. . .eyelashes. . .Ford convertible 
. . ."Lordy Day!". . .efficient lunch 
ticket -taker . . .Frog Pond. . .Key 
typist. . ."Burmellow" . 

Activities: Field Hockey 2,3; Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Newspaper 2,3,4; 
Dance Committees 1,2; Yearbook 
4. 



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DOROTHY MARGARET EGAN 



Dottie. . .che erleading . . .red con- 
vertibles. . .the "fights". . .dancing 
. . .Skippy's. 



Activities: Softball 1; Dance Com- 
mittee 1; Cheerleader 3,4. 



LINDA JOAN FAULKNER 

"Heaven on Earth". . .dramatics. . . 
roller skating. . . "Guess who I saw ! " 
. . .coquettish. . .chatty. 

Activities: Basketball 3,4; Softball 
2,4; Choir 1,4; Tournament of 
Plays 3; Senior Play; Dance Com- 
mittees 1,2,3. 




GRETA EVELYN GLASS 

Rheba. . .deposit slips. . ."True 
Love". . .bracelets. . .class meet- 
ings. . .pink. . ."Battle Cry". . . 
"Bessie" "Now listen". 



Activities: Choir 1,4; Newspaper 
3,4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; 
Senior Play; Dance Committee 3; 
Yearbook 4; Class Treasurer 4. 




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PATRICIA ANN GLASS 

Pat. . .basketball. . .pizza "Get the 
point?". . ."Honky Tonk". . .New- 
port. . .cars. . .swabbies. . .ham- 
burgs . 

Activities: Field Hockey 1; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Softball 1; Dance 
Committees 1,2. 





GRACE LOUISE LANTZ 

Gracie. . .trio member. . ."Friend- 
ly Persuasion". . .basketball games 
. . ."Could be!". . .spontaneous. . . 
telephone booth. . .choir president 
. . .ambitious. 

Activities: Choir 1,2,3,4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1,3; Senior Play; 
Dance Committee 1,2,3. 



EDWARD LINCOLN HARDY 

Eddy. . .Mr. Sycamore. . .long yel- 
low convertible. . .blondes. . .legs 
. . .Glenn Miller. . .basketball red 
head. . .freckles. . ."believe it." 

Activities: Soccer 2,4; Basketball 
2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Choir 4; 
Senior Play; Band 1; Dance Com- 
mittees 1,2,3; Honor Usher 3; Stu- 
dent Council 2,3,4; A. A. 2; Class 
President 1,2,3; Student Council 
President 4. 




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ETHEL LOUISE MacFARLANE 

"Homer". . .mechanical drawing. . . 
athlete. . .engaged. . . "I '11 be dipped ' 
. . .tall. . .blue chewy. . .Glenn 
Miller. 

Activities: Field Hockey 2,4; Bas- 
ketball 1 ,Z ,3 ,4; Tennis 4; Softball 
1,2; Choir 1,4; Dance Committees 
1,3; A. A. 2. 



FRANK EVERETT NUDD, Jr. 

Frankie. . .tractors. . .curly hair 
. . .outboard enthusiast. . .tall. . . 
cars. . .artist. . .contractor. 

Activities: Basketball 2; Baseball 
2; Dramatic Club 1; Dance Com- 
mittees 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4. 





THOMAS PARKER 

Zinc. . .basketball. . .those physics 
classes. . .black-haired. . ."Honky 
Tonk". . .convertible. . .Henderson 
. . .guaghogger. . .Humarock. 

Activities: Soccer 2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Choir 4: 
Senior Play; Dance Committees 3; 
A. A. 2. 



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PHYLLIS JENNIE PAULDING 

Phillie. . .efficient. . .Coast Guard 
blue. . .parties. . .black Plymouth 
. . ."Young Love". . ."That's debat- 
able". . .musical. . .supply room. . 
flirtatious . 

Activities: Choir 1,2,3.4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1; Senior Play; 
Dance Committees 1,2,3; Supply 
Room 1 ,2,3,4. 



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CHARLOTTE RUTH PEARSON 

Charlie. . .steno. . .Honor Society 
. . .prompter. . .dependable. . .ef- 



fervescent blue, 
dolls. 



'Star Dust". 



Activities: Basketball 4; Softball 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Senior 
Play; Dance Committee 3; Year- 
book 4. 




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PATRICIA ANNE PRATT 

Patsy. . .roller-skating. . .freckles 
. . .Penny. . .parties. . .Cupid. . . 
Tassy's. . .homebody. . .drafting. 

Activities: Basketball 2,4; Choir 
1 ,4; Senior Play; Dance Commit- 
tees 1,2,3. 



JOYCE BEVERLY REID 



Joyce. . .ready smile. . 
. . .cars. . .Frog Pond. 
. . .shagging. . .Quincy. 
ball fan. 



.Rock'n Roll 

.blue eyes 
. .basket- 




Activities: Cheerleading 3. 




EDWARD SEAVER III 

Teddy. . .button-down shirts. . .old 
sneakers. . .Volenkhov. . .tennis vs. 
baseball. . ."Greensleeves ". . .sail- 
ing. . .license. . .French! 

Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Choir 3; Newspa- 
per 2,3,4; Senior Play; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3; Honor Usher 3; 
Student Council 4; Yearbook 4; 
Class Vice-President 4; French 
Club 4; A. A. 2; Dramatic Club 1. 



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DIANE DEE THOMAS 

Di. . .Alice. . .scholar. . .her sports 
car. . .blue-eyed. . .linguist. . . 
Como &t Boone Inc. . .Charleston. . . 
pert. 

Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Ten- 
nis 1,3; Choir 1,2,3; National Hon- 
or Society 2,3,4; Newspaper 3,4; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior 
Play; Dance Committees 1,3; Hon- 
or Usher 3; Yearbook 4; Class 
Treasurer 3; French Club 2,3,4; 
Marshal 1; A. A. 1,2. 




MARY ELIZABETH THOMAS 

Betty. . .souped-up cars. . .sten- 
ography. . ."Let's go have a ciga- 
rette". . .nurse's office. . .Can you 
make some fudge?. . ."True Love" 
. . .telephone. . .slacks. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1,2,4; 
Basketball 2; Choir 1,2,4; Softball 
1; Dramatic Club 1. 



ERNEST ERIC TIMPANY 

Ernie. . .G-man. . .Hi-fi. . ."Blue- 
berry Hill". . .Radio Ham. . .me- 
chanic. . .National Guard. . .Kings- 
ton. . .dancing. 



Activities: Senior Play; Band 1,2; 
Audio-visual Club 1,2,3,4; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3; Yearbook 4. 




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WARREN RUSSELL TRIPP 

Trippie. . .scalloper. . .Mr. Kirby 
. . .big. . .black-haired'. . .a new car 
every day. . .brunettes. . .mailma. 

Activities: Senior Play; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3; Audio- Visual 
Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 1. 



BARBARA LOUISE WADSWORTH 

Barb. . .marriage law. . .head typ- 
ist. . .roller skating. . .Cape Cod. . 
records. . .fudge. . ."Oh, Lord!"., 
agreeable. 

Activities: Choir 1,2,3,4; News- 
paper 3,4; Senior Play; Dance 
Committees 1,2; Honor Usher 3; 
Yearbook 4; Supply Room 1. 





RUTH CHERYL WOODSUM 

Ruthie. . .quiet reserve. . .piano. . 
delicate beauty. . .athletics. . . 
steno. . .petite. . ."Oh, I don't 
know ! " 

Activities: Field Hockey 1,2; Bas- 
ketball 1; Tennis 3,4; Softball 1,2; 
Choir 1,4; Dance Committees 1,3. 



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HOSTESS CHARLOTTE PEARSON 

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BIGGEST TEASE 




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DIANE THOMAS 
MOST CONTAGIOUS GIGGLE 




HOMAS PARKER 
MOST LOYAL 




GKETA GLASS 
NEATEST 




GRACE L ANT Z 



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LINDA FAULKNER 
MOST FLIRTATIOUS 



JOHN DELORENZO 
BEST SENSE OF HUMOR 




FRANK NUDD 
MOST INDEPEN DEN1 





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JOYCE R EI 
PEPPIEST 



EDWARD HARDY 
MOST ATHLETIC 




ETHEL Mac F AR LANE 
FIRST ENGAGED 



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Colburn came with "those" 
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Mr. Mendenhall and Butch. Those ses- 
sions in the guidance office with Mr. M. 
will long be remembered as both helpful 
and enjoyable . 



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REMEMBER US AS SOPHOMORES? 



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Left to right: Ilmars Berzins, 
treasurer; Robert Br idgham , pr es ■ 
ident; George Handy, vice-presi- 
dent; Kenneth Nelson, secretary. 




JUNIOR CLASS 

Front row, left to right: JoAnn Short, Lawrence Chase, Janet 
April, Ralph Nichols, William Bennett. 

Second row: Robert Bridgham, Kenneth Nelson, Charles Morri- 
son, Fay Field, Ilmars Berzins. 

Third row: Mrs. Sherwood, Matilda Leary, Susan Playfair, 
George Handy, Alan Macllroy, Jary Hancock. (Missing from pic- 
ture: Janet Coffin, Richard Harmon, Richard Reed.) 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Front row, left to right: Carol LaGreca, June Thomas, Richard 
Jones, Clark Loth, Sally Stuart, Toni Zagaine, Linda Wadsworth, 
Carol Arney, Prudence Perry, Susan Butler, Nancy Bray. Sec- 
ond row: Arlene Smithson, Jacqueline Mack, Mary Alice Kehoe, 
Anne Heywood, Sara Woodward, Francesca Fernandes, Sandra 
Snyder, JoAnne McNeil, Barbara Stone, Vija Berzins, Stephen 
Velardo. Third row: Virginia Pratt, Martha Nickerson, Shirley 
Snow, Sandra Baker, Inta Berzins, Ellen Southard, Eleanor 
Hardy, Charlotte Alander, Robert Gonsalves, Charles Ferandes. 
Fourth row: Donald Corcoran, Thomas Chantre, Robert Leary, 
Prentiss Yates, Fred LaCoss, Ian Shipley, William Wirt, Richard 
Wilken, Stephen Rich, Stephen Pearson. (Missing from picture 
Ann Ahlquist, Thomas Coffin, Linda Mugford. ) 



Sophomore Class Officers: Clark Loth, presi- 
dent; Sally Stuart, vice-president; Tony Zagaine, 
treasurer; Richard Jones, secretary. 




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Freshman Class Officers: Michael Walk- 
er, treasurer; Shelia Andrews, vice- 
president; Richard Steele, president; 
| Beth Boland, secretary. 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

Front row, left to right: Ruth Hutchinson, Yvette Dion, Susan Pye, Barbara 
Moore, Michael Walker, Sheila Andrews, Richard Steele, Beth Boland, Mer- 
rill Brown, Paul Swanson, Shirley Huff, Mae Bulu. Second row; Lee Gal- 
lagher, Mary Howland, Deborah Kent, David Balboni, Michael McLaughlin, 
Kcttherine Guilderson, Elaine Short, George MacFarlane, Lee Cannon, Craig 
Loth, Frank Metcalf, Velma Glass, Lorraine Torrey. Third row: Leah 
Field, Suzanne Arnold, John Martin, Bruce Shipley, John Carver, Stephen 
Campbell, Barbara Mullowney, Loren Nass, Linda Bridgham, Sandra Landry, 
Judith Freeman, Jean Short. Fourth row: Jean Govoni, Walter Schneider, 
David Benson, Fred Legate, Fred Banzi, Paul MacLeod, Neai Merry, Cyn- 
thia Bump, Wayland Clarke, Ellen Johnson, Roberta Leary. (Missing from 
picture: June Anderson, Barbara Holloway, Judith Sawyer, Alice Amado, 
Joyce Gallagher, Patricia Mark, Barbara Swift. ) 



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Sea llnkins 




EIGHTH GRADE 

Front row, left to right: Mary Emerson, Kathy Conathan, Judith McManus, Judith 
Mack, Anne Trainor, Susan Torrey, Linda Balboni, Anne Blanchard, Ethel Cannon, 
Jean MacLeod, Jacqueline Church, Dennis Martin, Aaron Pratt, Harry Raleigh. 
Second row: Beverly Blanchard, Alexandra Carlson, Brenda O' Conner, Jayne Mc- 
Neil, Robert Chase, Jilio Benevides, Edward Banzi, Denise Doyle, Linda Levy 
Leslie Blanchard, Louise Cheney, Lee Erwin. Third row: William Murphy, Ray- 
mond MacFarlane, Loring Nudd, Stephen LaFleur, Stephen Hancock, Priscilla 
Chapin, Martha Dale, Carol Loth, Nancy Adams, Sandra Tufts, Theda Bradford, 
Ann Collins. Fourth row: Alice Hardy, Margaret Marr, Peter Welcher, Robert 
Trout, William Collins, Charles Montgomery, Leander Briggs, Isabel Kent, 
Prudence Andrews, Patricia Cope, Richard Huey. Fifth row; Richard vS'adswortn, 
Larry Wadsworth, John DeWolf, Chris Kopke, Kenneth Nix, Kenneth Ridlon, Arthur 
Smithson, Fred Wadsworth, David Lantz, Michael Nixon, Benjamin Marshall, Wil- 
liam McNeil. Sixth row: Clark Wrye, Fred LaGreca, John Borgeson, Gregory 
Pierce, Richard Seaver, Harvey Cushing, Brian Jones, David Reed, Robert Merry, 
Charles Walker. (Missing from picture: Lester Bush, Barry Suk, Scott Wales, 
Evelyn Barbosa. ) 



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SEVENTH GRADE 
Front row, left to right: Patricia O' Conner, Barton Haywood, 
William Burgoyne, Richard Poole, Ruth Guilderson, Chris- 
tine Fletcher, Jean Christie, Pamela Fagley, Barbara Bump, 
Dorothy Metcalf, Jane Corcoran, Francis Benevides. Second 
row: Douglas Locke, Pamela Batson, Patricia Schneider, 
Barbara Atwood, Linda Crocker, Judy Ahlquist, Janice Hall, 
Tucker Beuttle, Donald Steele, Philip Cheney, Philip Nelson, 
Joyce Moore, Daniel DeWolf, Paul Robins. Third row: Sheila 
Marr, Peter Richards, Edwards Wadsworth, Pamela Stott, 
Deborah Mullowney, Judy Thayer, Coral Prince, Sherry 
Thomas, Susan Rodman, Edith Savastano, Diane Kendrew, 
3renda Harding, Lois Barbosa. Fourth row: Buy Leveaux, 
Roger Cushing, Robert Wadsworth, Richard Moore, Bruce 
Wilken, Robert Barclay, David Johnson, Marvin Nickerson, 
Keith Randall, William Thomas, Betsey Redlon, Susan Wood, 
Terry Butler. Fifth row: Lawrence Govoni, Robert King, 
Philip Mason, Dick Wadsworth, Joe Colburn, Antonio Amado, 
Joseph Correia, Carol Borghesani. (Missing from picture: 
Winsor Whiton, Carolyn Coffin, Ralph Woodsum, Howard Hol- 
loway. ) 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 
Front row, left to right: George Handy, treasurer; Russell Atwood, vice- 
president; Edward Hardy, president; Diane de Grasse, secretary; Paul April, 
parliamentarian. Second row: Mr. Wood, advisor; Edward Seaver, Susan 
Woodward, Gayle Campbell, Linnea Bush, Douglas Locke, Mary Howland. 
Third row: Kenneth Nelson, Clark Loth, Ian Shipley, Richard Jones, Fred 
Banzi, Donald Corcoran. 



"All right, quiet up!" and another Stu- 
dent Council meeting goes into session, 
with hardworking President Ed Hardy on 
the bridge. 

Out of these Monday morning meetings 
have come such achievements as taking 
Christmas to Lakeville Sanitarium in the 
form of a truckload of toys; sponsoring a 
concert by the University of Massachusetts 
Concert Band, and a gymnastic demonstra- 
tion by Wellesley High School; building 
and placing benches at the Frog Pond; 
continuing the Student Exchange Program, 
and organizing many dances and other 
activities. 




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PARTRIDGE STAFF 

Front row, left to right: Frank Nudd, Lay-out Editor; Edward Seaver, Literary Editor; Diane 
de Grasse, Editor-in-Chief; Mrs. Sherwood, Faculty Advisor; Paul April, Business Manager; 
Russell Atwood, Photography Editor. Second row: Greta Glass, Diane Thomas, Assistant 
Literary Editors; Gayle Campbell, Assistant Lay-out Editor; Ernest Timpany, Assistant 
Photography Editor; Charlotte Pearson, Secretary to the Editor; Mary Lou Balboni, Assistant 
Business Manager. (Missing from picture: Mr. Fowke, Business Advisor; Barbara Wads- 
worth, Head Typist; John DeLorenzo, Recording Editor; Grant Cope, Assistant Recording 
Editor. ) 




GREEN AND WHITE KEY 
Front row, left to right: Gayle Campbell, Susan Playfair, Susan Woodward, Linnea 
Bush. Edward Seaver. Second row: Mrs. Sherwood, advisor; Greta Glass, Susan 

Barbara Wadsworth, Mary Alice 



Pye, Kenneth Nelson, Sally Stuart, Bruce Shipley, 

Barbara Atwood. Third row: Peter Richards, 



Kehoe, Anne Heywood, June Thomas, ^ ^ >... ~ . ^ * . * ^-w.. 

Guy Leveaux, Mary Emerson, Linda Bridgham, Stephen Campbell, Neal Merry, 
Michael Walker, Clark Loth, Richard Jones. Sara Woodward. 



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AUDIO VISUAL CLUB 



Front row, left to right: George MacFarlane, David Bal- 
boni, vVilliam Bennett, Mr. Prigge, advisor; Ilmars Ber 
zins, Ralph Nichols, Stephen Velardo. 
Borgeson, Ernest Timpany, Ian Shipley. 



Second row: Johr. 




LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB 
Front row, left to right: Inta Berzins, Ilmars Berzins, 
advisor; William Bennett, Fay Field. Second row: 

Ann Short, George MacFarlane, Charles Fernandes, Stephen Pearson. Sylvia 
Lauland, Elaine Short, Neil Phillips, Vija Berzins, Arlem 
queline Mack. (Missing from picture: Janet Coffin.) 



Mrs. Bencordo, 
Martha Nickerson, Jo- 
in Pearson, Syl 
Smiths on, Jac- 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
Front row, left to right: Charlotte Pearson, secretary; Diane de Grasse, Mr. 
Blakeman, advisor; Susan Woodward, Linnea Bush. Second row: Susan Play- 
fair, Ralph Nichols, treasurer; George Handy, Diane Thomas, vice-president; 
Paul April, Kenneth Nelson, Russell Atwood, president. 





JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL 
Front row, left to right: Peter Richards vice-president; Fred Wadsworth, 
president; Belle Kent, secretary; Phillip Cheney. Second row: Sherry 
Thomas, William McNeil, Douglas Locke, Betsey Redlon, Mr. Prigge, ad- 
visor; Susan Wood, Peter Welcker, Michael McCarthy, Brenda O' Conner. 



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QUARTETTE Left to right: Ralph Nichols, Fred LaCoss, 
Lawrence Chase, Richard Wilken. 




Front row, left to 
right: Phyllis Pauld- 
ing, Suzanne Butler, 
Mary Alice Kehoe, 
Grace Lantz, presi- 
dent; Ralph Nichols, 
vice-president; Mr. 
Jarvis, advisor; Ian 
Shipley, treasurer; 
Linda Mugford, sec- 
retary; Sally Stuart, 
Virginia Pratt. Sec- 
ond row: Diane de Grasse, Gayle Campbell, Katherine Guilderson, Cynthia Bump, 
Susan Pye, Susan Woodward, Mary Howland, Ellen Johnson, Linda Faulkner. 
Third row; Sheila Andrews, Yvette Dion, Judy Sawyer, Patricia Mark, Linda 
Benevides, Janet April, Richard Steele, June Thomas. Fourth row: Donald Cor- 
coran, vVayland Clarke, Stephen Velardo, George Handy, Lawrence Chase, Paul 
April, Stephen Rich, Richard Jones, Neal Merry. (Missing from picture: Ernest 
Timpany, Alan Macllroy, Richard Wilken, Ruth Woodsum, Patricia Pratt, Sandra 
Landry, Prudence Perry, Diane Thomas, Barbara Wadsworth, Sylvia Lauland, 
Linnea Bush, Susan Playfair, Linda Wadsworth, Carol LaGreca, Grant Cope, Fred 
LaCoss. ) 



BAND 




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RADIO CLUB 

Front row, left to right: Stephen Velardo, Mr. Dunn, 
advisor; Wayland Clarke. Second row: Ralph Nichols, 
Fred Legate, Richard Wilken, Fred Banzi, Clarke 
Loth. 




SCIENCE CLUB 

Front row, left to right: Barbara Mullowney; Mr. Long, advisor; Anne Hey- 
wood, vice-president; Stephen Rich, president; Richard Jones, treasurer; 
Beth Boland; Stephen Velardo; Clark Loth. Second row: Katherine Guilder - 
son; Merrill Brown; Craig Loth; Frank Metcalf; Barbara Moore; Deborah 
Kent. Third row: Cynthia Bump; Wayland Clark; Bruce Shipley; Richard Wil- 
ken; Prentiss Yates; Susan Pye; Fred Banzi; Fred Legate. (Missing from 
picture: Judith Sawyer, secretary.) 



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FRENCH CLUB 

Front row, left to right: Linnea Bush, Diane de Grasse, Mrs. Harrison, ad 
visor; Diane Thomas, Gayle Campbell. Second row: Susan Playfair, Ralph 
Nichols, Edward Seaver, George Handy, Kenneth Nelson, Susan Woodward. 



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DRAMATIC CLUB 

First row, left to right: Ian Shipley, Sally Stuart, Susan Playfair, Mrs. Har- 
rison, advisor; Jo Anne McNeil, secretary; Diane de Grasse, Allan Macllroy. 
Second row: David Balboni, Virginia Pratt, Shirley Snow, Mary Alice Kehoe, 
Linda Wadsworth, Prudence Perry, Suzanne Butler, Eleanor Hardy, Sara 
Woodward. Third row: Michael Walker, David Benson, Ellen Southard, 
Sheila Andrews, Carol Arney, Sandra Baker. (Missing from picture: Linda 
Mugford, Russell Atwood, Beth Boland, Barbara Mullowney, Cindy Bump. ) 



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CHEERLEADERS 
Front row, left to right: Yvette Dion, 
Jo-Ann Short, Martha Nicker son. Sec- 
ond row: Susan Playfair, Jean Short, 
Ellen Johnson, Dorothy Egan. (Missing 
from picture: Matilda Leary. ) 



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Front row, left to right: Ellen Southard, Leslie 
Blanchard, Susan Butler, JoAnne McNeil, Shir- 
ley Snow, Judith Sawyer. Second row: Betty 
Thomas, Susan Playfair, Susan Pye, Susan 
Woodward, Linnea Bush, Mrs. Stott, Coach; 
Louise Cheney, Sandra Baker, Sara Woodward, 
Barbara Stone, Sheila Andrews. Third row: 
Barbara Moore, Mary Alice Kehoe, Isabel 
Kent, Margaret Marr, Anne Heywood, Cindy 
Bump, Beth Boland, Suzanne Arnold, Carol 
Loth, Barbara Mullowney. 



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SOCCER TEAM 




Front row, left to right: Paul Swanson, Donald Corcoran, David Balboni, Robert 
Bridgham, Grant Cope, Bruce Shipley, Stephen Velardo, John DeLorenzo. Sec- 
ond row: Mr. Teravainen, Coach; Craig Loth, Russell Atwood, Richard Steele, 
George MacFarlane, Kenneth Nelson, Charles Fernandes, Richard Jones. 
Third row: Prentiss Yates, Charles Morrison, George Handy, Richard Reed, 
Ian Shipley, Fred La Coss, Clark Loth, Walter Schneider. (Missing from pic- 
ture: Paul MacLeod. ) 



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Front row, left to right: Robert Bridgham, Edward Seaver, Edward Hardy, George 
Handy, Thomas Parker, Kenneth Nelson, Charles Morrison. Second row: Jary 
Hancock, Ian Shipley, Fred La Coss, Lawrence Chase, Alan Macllroy, Sidney Pratt, 
Wayland Clarke. Third row: Michael Walker, Bruce Shipley, Fred Banzi, Stephen 
Campbell, Richard Steele, Stephen Velardo, Donald Corcoran, Mr. Terevainen, 
Coach. 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 
Front row, left to right: Shirley Snow, Suzanne Arnold, Francisca Fernandes, 
Sandra Snyder, Mary Alice Kehoe, Anne Heywood, Jo Anne McNeil, Suzanne 
Butler, Barbara Moore, Beth Boland. Second row: Eleanor Blanchard, Sara 
Woodward, Cindy Bump, Sheila Andrews, Linda Faulkner, Sandra Baker, 
Susan Woodward, Mrs. Stott, coach; Mary Lou Balboni, Susan Pye, Arlene 
Smithson, Linda Mugford, Sally Stuart. (Missing from picture: Prudence 
Perry, Diane Thomas, Carol Arney. ) 



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BASEBALL TEAM 
Front row, left to right: Charles Morrison, George Handy, 
Kent Paige, Edward Hardy, Tom Sangiolo, Russell Atwood, 
Ian Shiply. Second row: Irving Harding, Robert Bridgham, 
Mr. Teravainen, Coach; Prentiss Yates, John Hyslop, 
Stephen Velardo. 




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"Heh! Heh! Glad all you folks could make 
it to the station tonight, " and Ted Seaver, as 
the Old Sanitary Engineer, started this year's 
Choir Show. "All Aboard" conducted the aud- 
ience on a rollicking, song-filled trip through 
America. Highlights of the show included 
"Oklahoma," "Lullaby of Broadway," the chorus 
line, senior soloists Linda Bene^'ides, Phyllis 
Paulding, Grace Lantz, and Paul April's unfor- 
gettable rendition of "Two Ton Tessie." 



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