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PARTRIDGE 




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THE ROAD NOT TAKEN 



roads diverged in a yellow wood, 
And sorry I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair, 
And having perhaps the better claim, 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same, 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no steps had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
I doubted if I should ever come back. 

I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 
I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the difference. 

Robert Frost 



(courtesy of Henry Holt and Company) 





Lawrence Dunn is progress - the symbol of 
technological advances - a scientific dreamer. 

He has introduced us to the known and has intrigued 
us with the mysteries of the unknown. But more 
important, he has challenged us to pursue these mys- 
teries in our separate ways, for the answers can never 
be found by following one road only. While encouraging 
the Class of 1958 to grow as individuals, he has also 
encouraged us to develop a spirit of unity. 

In appreciation of his genial and imaginative guidance, 
we dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Dunn. 




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Mr. Edward L. Butler, Mr. Walter B. 
Collins, Dr. Everett L. Handy, Mr. Earl 
Grenquist, Mrs. Elizabeth Nickerson, 
Mr. Herbert Nelson. 



SURVEYORS 





One of the wonderful things about life is the 
constant renewing of opportunity. Although 
former graduating classes have thought they 
were entering the golden age of progress, suc- 
ceeding classes have discovered a new world 
as challenging as the one which yesterday be- 
came commonplace. Your new world is no ex- 
ception. Its outstanding features are the im- 
mediate and close relationships of all people on 
all parts of the earth, the use and control of 
outer space, and automation with its attendant 
problem of increased leisure time. To be 
graduating now is an exciting experience full of 
opportunities and adventure. 

Times such as these seem to take on special 
significance as the end of high school education 
approaches. They re-emphasize the importance 
of faith, knowledge, courage, good judgment, 
character, and the ability to understand and get 
along with others. They stress the need for 
good leadership. Your class has demonstrated 
that it has an abundance of these fine qualities. 

Congratulations on your success and best 
wishes for the many happy and eventful years 
ahead. I shall always have a very special place 
in my thoughts and memories for the class of 
1958. 



Everett L. Handy 
Superintendent of Schools 



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Mr. Rodney Wood, Principal 



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Certainly the events of the past seventeen years have emphasized 
scientific, cultural, and material changes. The members of the 
class of 1958 have lived in a period unparalleled in the history of 
the nation. Perhaps a listing of a few recent events and trends will 
help to document this assertion. 

The Atomic Age The United Nations 

The National Prosperity The Decline of the City 

The Growth of Church Membership The Depletion of Natural Resources 

The Era of Space Travel 
"Education for a changing World" appears much more important than 
it did a few years ago. A mind geared to new dimensions, to constant 
change, is the new power for the individual. Wherever the class of 
1958 continues its education, in the university, the business school, 
or in industry, the faculty of Duxbury High School wish you success 
and good luck. 




Mrs. Agnes Reed; Mr. Donald Fowke. 



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Front Row, left to right: Mr. Ralph Long, Jr.; 

Mr. George Teravainen; Mr. Ralph Blakeman; Mr. Ralph 

Long, Sr. Second Row: Mr. Myles Kiberd; Mr. Lawrence 

Dunn. 



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Front Row, left to right: Miss Barbara Wesslen; 
Mrs. Florence Harrison; Mrs. Irene Sherwood; 
Mrs. James Pye ; Miss Ellen Powers. Second Row: 
Mr. Walter Kennedy; Mr. Hugh Cronister; Mr. Geoffrey 
Mattocks . 




Front Row, left to right: Mr. George Teravainen; 
Miss Anna Davis; Mr. Robert Mendenhall; Miss Ruth 
Hendrick; Mrs. Mary Stott. Second Row: Mr. Fred 
Hill, Jr.; Mrs. Francis Wolfe; Mr. Roger Jarvis; 
Mrs. Elesebeth Bencordo. 



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"She dwelt among the untrodden ways." 

Reserved . . . soft-spoken . . . oh, darn 
. . . Shangri-la . . . choir . . . 
Mrs. Bradman . . . good friend . . . 

Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3; Senior Play 
4; Dance Committee 2,3; Yearbook 4. 



JANET CLAIRE APRIL 



"Hail, ye small, sweet courtesies of life, 
for smooth do ye make the road of it." 

You-all . . . Deep in the Heart of Texas 
. . . party at Arney's tonight . . . apple 
for the teacher . . . 



Yearbook 4. 



BARBARA ANN ARNEY 



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"This truth keep in sight, --every man on 
the planet 

Has just as much right as yourself to the 
road." 

Audio-Visual room . . . props ... A & P 
. . . class finances . . . beach wagon . . . 
tall, lanky individualist . . . back of 
Brock's truck . . . 'Pay your dues' . . . 

Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball I; 
Dramatics 1; A.V. Club 1,2,3,4, (Presi- 
dent), Treasurer 3,4; Library Service 
Club 1,2, (President), 3 (President). 




ILMARS BERZINS 



"Nature makes us vagabonds, the world 
makes us respectable." 



lly . . . purple plaid shirts . . . jeep 
. Saquish . . . literature summaries 
. peeling out . . . Audio-Visual room 
. Hey, Elmo . . . lobsters and duck 



Dramatics 1,2,3,4; A V Club 1,2,3,4; 
Library Service Club 1,2,3, (Officer 3); 
Yearbook 4; Soccer 1; Baseball 1,3,4. 



ARTHUR WILLIAM BENNETT, Jr. 



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and I took the road less traveled 



by." 



Hi . . . Hail to thee, Blithe Spirit . . 
mumps . . . tennis . . . English flute 



French . . . sophistication 
J. J. . . . kilt . . . 



. K. and 



Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 2,3,4; Softball 1; 
Athletic Ass'n 1,2; Newspaper 1,2,3; 
Dramatics 1,2,4; Committees 2,3; Honor 
Usher 3; Student Council 3; Yearbook 4; 
Class Officer 1,2; French Club 2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2; Sportsmen's Club 3,4. 



LINNEA MARION BUSH 



"Remember when life's path is steep, to 
keep your mind open." 

Dilemma . . . Benjamin Bunny . . . 
draftsman . . . 'Look, ma, no lights' . . . 
Oops, wrong basket . . . historian . . . 
Stardust . . . 

Yearbook 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
3,4; Soccer 4; Senior Play 4; Choir 
1,2,3,4; Committees 2,3; Student Council 
4; Class Officer 4; Quartet 3; Sportsman's 
Club 3,4. 




LAWRENCE ARMSTRONG CHASE 



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"The people who make no roads are ruled 
out from intelligent participation in the 
world's brotherhood." 



Student Council . 
ship . . . sailboat 
grin . . . 



athlete . . . leader- 
. spark plugs . . . 



Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4, (Pres.); Honor 
Society 2,3,4, (Treasurer); Marshal 3; 
French Club 3; Athletic Association 1,2; 
Sportsmen's Club 3,4, (President). 




GEORGE WALTER HANDY 




"These are the joys of the open road 
For him who travels without a load." 

Mornin 1 . . . persuasiveness . . . 
laughter . . . woman-driver . . . cart- 
wheels . . . ingenue . . . domesticity . 
A. V. room . . . Teddy . . . 



Newspaper 3,4; Yearbook 4; Cheerleader 
3; Sportsmen's Club 4. 



MATILDA JANE LEARY 



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"There's no road has a star above it." 

New girl in town . . . kerchiefs . . . 
Canton . . . Whose jackets . • . mmm . 
pierced ears . . . dancing . . . 

Yearbook 4; Cheerleader 4. 



KATHLEEN ANN McATEER 




CHARLES AUSTIN MORRISON 



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"There is no royal road to geometry." 

Progressive jazz . . . drums . . . mathe- 
matician . . . quartet . . . Jose . . . 
French . . . radio clubs . . . Hi Fi . . . 
Charles Condomine . . . Mr. Keora . . . 

Basketball 2,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; National 
Honor Society 2,3,4, (Pres.); Dramatics 
1,3,4; Band l,2,3,4;A.V.Club 2,3,4; Dance 
Committee 2,3; Honor Usher 3; Yearbook 
4; French Club 2,3; Radio Club 3,4; 
Science Club 2, (President); Student 
Council 4; Class President 4. 




RALPH VERNON NICHOLS 




'You know the very road into his 
kindness, and cannot lose your way." 



Grin . . . Star Island . . . 
long eyelashes ... V. W. 1 
. . . button-down shirts . . 



Moonglow . . . 
s . . . khakis 
.Mr. Hokaido 



Soccer 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; National 
Honor Society 2; Newspaper 3; Band 
1,2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3; Committees 2,3; 
Boys' State 3; Student Council 2,3,4, 
(Vice President); Yearbook 4; Class 
Officer 2,3; French Club 3,4; Athletic 
Ass'n. 1,2; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Tennis 
2,3,4. 



KENNETH HOLMES NELSON 



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"My road leads me seawards, 
My road leads me forth." 



Ruth . . . Windrift . . . Newport . 
legs . . . Where are my glasses? 
elfin . 



. blue 



Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2; Softball 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 
1,2,3; Dramatics 1,3,4; Honor Usher 3; 
Committees 2,3; Yearbook 4; Student 
Council 2;A.A.1,2; Cheerleader 3; French 
Club 3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Dramatic 
Club 1,2,3. 



SUSAN ROBERTA PLAY FAIR 



"Strong and content, I travel the open 
road." 

Infectious grin . . . short-waisted shirts 
. . . cows . . . soccer . . . K.O. at 
Bridgewater . . . 2x plus 2y equals 
sleep . . . 'ready Teddy' . . . 

Soccer 2,3,4; Athletic Association 1,2; 
Sportmen's Club 3,4; Dance Committee 
3; Class Officer 3. 




RICHARD JAMES REED 



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"The one who walked with starry feet." 

Oh, those eyes . . . shag . . . Buster, Al, 
Billy, Bruce . . . cheerleader . . . How 
do you spell that? . . . 

Library Service Club 4, Yearbook 4, 
Cheerleader 3. 




JOYCE BEVERLY REID 




"Slave to no sect, who takes no private 
road, but looks through Nature to 
Nature's God." 

Woodward's Island . . . classical music 
. . . parties . . . road races . . . safety- 
pinned glasses . . . Girls' State . . . 



Caesar's sea routes 



U.N. Youth 



Pilgrimage 
Bird! 



Good Night, Foolish 



Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Softball 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
NHS 2,3,4; Newspaper 2,3; Dramatics 
1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Committees 2,3; 
Honor Usher 3; Girls' State Award 3; 
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; 
French Club 3,4; AA 1,2,3,4. 



SUSAN VAUGHAN WOODWARD 



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TEROAD TAKEN 



Janet - nursing, pediatrics, marriage, children. 

Barbara - teachers' college, kindergarten work, teaching fellowship in France. 

Billy - Navy, marriage, four children, lobstering and duck-hunting. 

Ilmars - mechanical engineering school, "home to Latvia if it's freed." 

Linnea - study in literature and the Fine Arts, graduate work abroad, diplomatic service. 

Larry - liberal arts college, history and political science, diplomatic service. 

George - engineering, Army, foreign travel, Greece. 

Teddy - business school, secretarial work, visit to Rome's Basilica of St. Peter, life as a 
gentleman farmer's wife. 

Kathy - business school, travel all over the world, cutting records, marriage "eventu- 

ally," children. 

Chuck - prep school, radio and TV school, broadcasting work. 

Kenny - Europe, art school, commercial design, lay-out and architecture. 

Ralph - college, electrical engineering, hi-fi fiddling, research, skin-diving. 

Susan - liberal arts college, world travel, career as a psychoanalyst. 

Richie - teachers' college, Navy, junior high math teacher, marriage, life as a gentle- 

man farmer. 

Joyce - I.B.M. school, bachelor girl, "California, here I come!" 

Woody - liberal arts college, French and Spanish major, U.N., work abroad, castle on the 

Rhine. 





First Row, left to right: D. Corcoran, V. Berzins, S. Butler, J. McNeil, 
F. Fernandes, S. Snyder, E. Southard, E. Hardy, J. Mack, N. Bray. Sec- 
ond Row: R. Leary, M. Nickerson, S. Woodward, I. Berzins, L. Mugford, 
A. Smithson, M. Kehoe, S. Snow, C. Alander, C. Arney, J. Thomas. Third 
Row: S. Velardo, C. LaGreca, B. Stone, S. Stewart, J. Hiltz, S. Baker, 
A. Heywood, R. Wakefield, S. Rich. Fourth Row: A. Ahlquist, B. Chis- 
holm, S. Chisholm, R. Wilken, I. Shipley, R. Jones, T. Chantre, W. Wirt. 
(Missing from picture: F. Field, S. Pearson, S. Pratt.) 




S. Stuart, president; 

F. Fernandes, secretary; 

Donald Corcoran, treas- 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. Bulu, L. Torrey, J. Anderson, 

J. Sawyer, V. Glass, B. Moore, M. Brown, P. Swanson, F. Metcalf, 

M. Walker. SECOND ROW: B. Holloway, E. Short, B. Boland, 

J. Mujica, K. Guilderson, J. Gallagher, R. Leary, S. Landry, C.Bump, 

E. Johnson. THIRD ROW: S. Arnold, S. Pye, M. Howland, P. Mark, 

D. Kent, L. Field, R. Hutchinson, J. Govoni, S. Andrews, N. Merry, 

M. McLaughlin. FOURTH ROW: W. Clark, F. Legate, C. Harris, 

L. Nass, B. Shipley, F. Banzi, D. Benson, R. Steele, S. Campbell, 

C. Loth. (MISSING from Picture: A. Amado, D. Balboni, M. Hanson 

R. Jones, P. MacLeod, J. Freeman, G. MacFarland.) 



/OFf/CERS} 







Cynthia Bump, treasurer; David Benson, president; 
Leroy Harris, vice-president; Velma Glass, 
secretary. 




NINTH GRADE 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. Barbosa, P. Cope, J. MacLeod, B. 
Blanchard, L. Irwin, D. Doyle, J. McNeil, M. Emerson, J. McManus, 
A. Collins, L. Blanchard, A. Trainer, E. Cannon, L. Balboni, R. Chase, 
K. Nix, F. Wadsworth, A. Pratt. SECOND ROW: K. Ridlon, A. Smithson, 

D. Lantz, W. Murphy, L. Wadsworth, L. Levy, P. Andrews, N. Adams, 
M. Dale, K. Conathan, L. Cheney, S. Torrey, J. Mack, T. Bradford, 

A. Hardy, A. Carlson, A. Blanchard, J. DeWolf. THIRD ROW: H. Cushing, 

B. Marshall, L. Nudd, B. Suk, P. Chapin, I. Kent, M. Marr, C. Loth, 
J. Borgeson, J. Doty, R. Trout, S. Wales, R. Wadsworth, D. Martin, 

B. Jones, D. Reed. FOURTH ROW: H. Raliegh, G. Pierce, R. MacFarlane, 

C. Wrye, W. Collins, C. Walker, C. Montgomery, W. McNeil, C. Kopke, 
S. LaFleur, D. Seaver, L. Bush, P. Welcker. (Missing from picture: 

E. Banzi, J. Benevides, F. LaGreca, P. Bedford.) 





First Row, left to right: B. Burgoyne, P. Nelson, E. Wadsworth, R. Poole, 
D. DeWolf, F. Benevides, P. Mason, J. Moore, D. Metcali, S. Wood, P. Stott, 
R. Guilderson, J. Ahlquist, J. Hall. Second Row: J. Correia, B. Heywood, 
T. Butler, J. Christie, P. Cheney, S. Rodham, D. Locke, E. Savastano, C. Prince, 
D. Kendrew, P. Batson, L. Barbosa. Third Row: R. Cushing, P. Richards, 
P. Fagley, J. Thayer, B. Bump, R. Barkley, J. Corcoran, E. Harris, D. Wads- 
worth, B. Atwood, P. Gunyon. Fourth Row: S. Marr, M. Nickerson, D. Steele, 
B. King, K. Randall, L. Govoni, R. Moore, R. Wadsworth, B. Wilken, H. Hollo- 
way, C. Coffin, Li. Crocker. (Missing from picture: T. Beuttel, P. Lawson, 
R. Woodsum, J. Colburn, B. Harding, W. Thomas, T. Amado.) 




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First Row, left to right: D. Banzi, P. Quidley, A. Merry, K. Roberts, B. Vinal, 
M. Ahlquist, J. Howland, M. Hurd, A. Nickerson, W. Butler, M. Sibilio, 
J. Peterson, E. Hammond, D. Baker, P. Colburn, S. Benson, A. Gilbert. Second 
Row: W. Jones, I. Sutherland, J. Torrey, P. Nelson, S, Baker, B. Kopke, 
E. Glass, P. Irwin, S. Jacobs, M. Power, J. Howard, P. Johnson, D. Thomas, 
E. Kehoe, S. Scherff. Third Row: C. LaFleur, D. Timpany, E. Walker, E. Carl- 
son, B. Craig, P. Osborne, N. Sawyer, B. Bottenus, K. Peterson, B. Bradley, 
J. Adams, K. Emerson, J. Johnston, W. Holmes. Fourth Row: J. Boudreau, 
N. Starr, R. Handy, D. Johnson, R. Chase, R. Taylor, M. McDevitt, M. Fox, 
D. Tura, J. Conathan, P. Pye, L. Parker, (Missing from picture: J. Andrews, 
B. Blakeman, R. Cooper, D. Drollet, S. Ellis, D. Merry, B. Pettey, L. Murdock, 
A. Shane, N. Southard, G. Torrey, M. Welcker, C. Borghesani, B. Coffin, 
J. Kent, C. Lantz, C. L'Heureux, R. Locke, S. Pratt.) 





STUDENT 

STOP 

COUNCILS 



First Row, left to right: Robert Locke (vice-president), Miss 
Ellen Powers (advisor), Philip Cheney (president), Mr. Geoffry 
Mattocks (advisor), Susan Wood (secretary), Ann Nickerson 
(treasurer). Second Row: Peter Richards, Douglas Locke, Bruce 
Wilken, David Tura, Patience Pye, Pamela Fagley, Richard 
Handy, Donald Merry. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

First Row, left to right: Shirley Snow, Carol Arney, Neal Merry, Susan 
Playfair, Ralph Nichols (treasurer), George Handy (president), Mr. Rod- 
ney R. Wood (advisor). Second Row: Anne Heywood, June Anderson, 
Linda Mugford, William McNeil, Sandra Baker, Susan Woodward, Law- 
rence Chase, Ian Shipley, Kenneth Nelson (vice-president), Sheila An- 
drews (secretary), Arthur Smithson. Third Row: Stephen Campbell, 
Michael Walker, Peter Welcker. (Missing from picture: Sara Woodward, 
Douglas Locke, Stephen Pearson.) 




Nafixmal Suitor Surety 




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First Row, left to right: June Anderson, Denise Doyle, Barbara Stone, 
JoAnne McNeil, Suzanne Butler, Sandra Baker, Francisca Fernandes, 
Shirley Snow, Barbara Moore, Katherine Conathan, Jayne McNeil. Sec- 
ond Row: Beth Boland, Alice Amado, Sandra Snyder, Linda Mugford, Mrs. 
Florence J. Harrison (advisor). Third Row: Eleanor Hardy, Ellen 
Southard, Cynthia Bump, Sheila Andrews, Mary Howland, Louise Cheney, 
Priscilla Chapin, Carol Loth, Deborah Kent, William McNeil, Charles 
Montgomery, Scott Wales, Wayland Clarke. Fourth Row: Gregory Peirce, 
William Collins. 




FRANCAK 



Left to right: Linnea Bush, Ralph Nichols, Mrs. Florence 
J. Harrison (advisor), Susan Playfair, Kenneth Nelson, 
Susan Woodward. 



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AW. CLUB I 




Left to right: Loren Nass, David Balboni, Ilmars Berzins 
(president), Ian Shipley, Mr. Myles Kiberd (advisor), 
Michael McLaughlin, Richard Wilken, William Bennett 
(vice-president), John Borgeson, George MacFarlane, 
Stephen Velardo, Ralph Nichols. 





First Row, left to right: Ruth Hutchinson, Carol LaGreca, Jacqueline 
Mack, Arlene Smithson, Inta Berzins, Elaine Short, Mrs. Elesebeth Ben- 
cordo, Ellen Johnson. Second Row: Barbara Holloway, Roberta Leary, 
Fay Field, Velma Glass, Joyce Reid, Ann Ahlquist, Martha Nickerson, 
Vija Berzins, Shirley Huff, Joyce Gallagher. 



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STOP... LOOK... 

LISTEN. . . 




First Row, left to right: Judith Sawyer, Carol Loth, Jayne McNeil, I^ouise 
Cheney (vice-president)', Merrill Brown (secretary), Stephen Rich (president), 
Mr. Ralph Long, Jr. (advisor). Second Row: Stephen Campbell, Sheila An- 
drews, June Anderson, Bruce Shipley, Wayland Clarke, Deborah Kent, Patricia 
Mark, Fred Legate (treasurer), Frank Metca If, Craig Loth, Charles Walker. 
Third Row: Katherine Guilder son, Stephen Velardo, Richard Jones. 



SCIENCE CLUB 

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TRAVELOG 




First Row, left to right: George Handy (business manager), Ilmars Berzins 
(photography editor), Susan Playfair (co-literary editor), Linnea Bush (literary 
editor), Susan Woodward (editoi -in-chief ), Kenneth Nelson (art editor), Lawrence 
Chase (co-art editor). Second Row: Matilda Leary (typist), Charles Morrison 
(co-record editor), Richard Reed (co-business manager), William Bennett (re- 
cord editor), Ralph Nichols (co-photography editor). (Missing from picture: Mrs. 
Irene Sherwood (staff advisor), Janet April, Barbara Arney, Kathleen McAteer, 
Joyce Reid). 




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First Row, left to right: Fred Wadsworth, John Torrey, Lawrence Wadsworth, 
John DeWoli, Merrill Welcker, Bradford Pettey, Karen Peterson, Belle Kent, 
Ralph Nichols, Barbara Bump, Pamela Stott, Anne Collins, Marilyn Sibilio, 
Susan Wood, Barbara Atwood, Francis Benevides, Brent Vinal. Second Row: 
Philip Nelson, Robert Locke, Barton Heywood, Richard Handy, Laurie Mur- 
dock, Jackson Kent, Peter Richards, Charles Walker, Michael Walker, Wil- 
liam Collins, Neal Merry, Antonio Amado, Stanley Ellis, Robert Cooper, Cliff 
L'Heureux, Alan Shane, Ruth Hutchinson, Donald Merry, Charles Lantz. 




BAND 




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CHOIR 

First Row, left to right: Mary Howland, Suzanne Butler, Linda Wadsworth, 
Alice Hardy, Cynthia Bump, Susan Playfair, Mr. Roger Jarvis (director), 
Judith McManus, Joaquina Mujica, June Anderson, Susan Woodward, Barbara 
Stone, Linda Mugford. Second Row: Margaret Marr (accompanist), Mary 
Alice Kehoe, Mary Emerson, June Thomas. Third Row: Frederick Wads- 
worth (secretary), David Balboni, Stephen Velardo, Neal Merry, Stephen 
Campbell, Richard Jones (vice-president), Richard Wilken, Richard Steele, 
George Handy (president), Lawrence Chase, Ian Shipley (treasurer), William 
Collins, Stephen Rich, Charles Walker, Michael Walker, Donald Corcoran, 
Brian Jones, Ralph Nichols. 



"Because the road was steep 

and long 
And through a dark and lonely 

land, 

God set upon my lips a song, 
And put a lantern in my hand.' 

(Joyce Kilmer) 



Left to right: Wayland Clarke, Ralph Nichols, Stephen Rich, 
Neal Merry. 




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DANGEROUS CURVES 





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SOCCER 




First Row, left to right: Stephen Velardo, Kenneth Nelson, George Handy, 
Sidney Pratt, Richard Reed and Charles Morrison (co-captains), Ilmars 
Berzins, Donald Corcoran, George MacFarlane, Lawrence Chase, Paul 
Swanson. Second Row: Mr. George Teravainen (coach), John Andrews, 
Frederick Wadsworth, Lawrence Wadsworth, Joseph Correia, Richard 
Wadsworth, Bruce Shipley, Paul McLeod, Bruce Chisholm, Spencer Chis- 
holm, Donald Steele, Philip Cheney. (Missing from picture: Charles Fer- 
nandes, Benjamin Marshall, David Balboni, Ian Shipley, Arthur Smithson.) 



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\ HOCKEY 




First Row, left to right: Belle Kent, Barbara Stone, Anne Heywood, Suz- 
anne Butler, Susan Playfair, Cynthia Bump, Sandy Baker and Susan Wood- 
ward, (co-captains), Mrs. Mary Stott (coach), Linnea Bush, Louise Cheney, 
Sara Woodward, Mary Alice Kehoe. Second Row: Jayne McNeil, Barbara 
Moore, Barbara Atwood, Beth Boland, Barbara Bump, Katherine Guilder- 
son, Judy Sawyer, Linda Mugford, Shirley Snow, Suzanne Arnold, Lee 
Blanchard, Carol Loth, Jo-Anne McNeil. 




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BOYS BASKETBALL 




First Row, left to right: Sidney Pratt, Michael Walker, Ian Shipley, Kenneth 
Nelson and George Handy (co-captains), Lawrence Chase, Charles Morrison, 
Bruce Shipley. Second Row: Mr. George Teravainen (coach), Paul Swanson, 
Robert Chase, Ralph Nichols, Richard Wadsworth, Lawrence Wadsworth, Wil- 
liam McNeil, Mr. Walter Kennedy (J.V. coach). Third Row: Spencer Chis- 
holm, Bruce Chisholm, Stephen Velardo, Richard Steele, Donald Corcoran, 
Arthur Smithson, Fred Wadsworth. 




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GIRLS 1 BASKETBALL 




First Row, left to right: Sara Woodward, Arlene Smithson, Belle Kent, Sally- 
Ann Stuart (co-captain), Mrs. Mary Stott (coach), Sandra Baker (co-captain), 
Suzanne Butler, Linda Mugford, Susan Pye. Second Row: Mary Alice Kehoe, 
Anne Heywood, Cynthia Bump, Mary Hansen, Beth Boland, Barbara Moore, 
Suzanne Arnold, Shirley Snow. Third Row: Patricia Cope, Louise Cheney, 
Judith McManus, Carol Loth, Francisca Fernandes, Sandra Snyder, Martha 
Dale, Margaret Marr, Lee Blanchard, Ann Collins. Fourth Row: Denise 
Doyle, Prudence Andrews, Judith Freeman. (Missing from Picture: Jo Anne 
McNeil, Beverly Blanchard. 



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SOFTBALL 





First row, left to right: Sandra Baker, Sandra Snyder, Francisca Fernan- 
des, Susan Pye, Mrs. Mary Stott (coach), Arlene Smithson, Mary Alice 
Kehoe, Shirley Snow. Second Row: Velma Glass, Alice Hardy, Mary Han- 
sen, Sandra Landry, Katherine Guilderson, Suzanne Arnold, Barbara 
Moore, Louise Cheney, Anne Collins, Barbara Atwood. Third Row: Jayne 
McNeil, Ethel Cannon, Lee Erwin, Patricia Cope, Prudence Andrews, Linda 
Levy, Beverly Blanchard, Linda Balboni. 




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First row, left to right: Arthur Smithson, Fred LaGreca, Robert Chase, 
William McNeil; second row: Mr. Geoffrey Mattocks (coach), Sidney Pratt, 
William Bennett, Charles Morrison, Lawrence Chase, Fred Banzi, Neal 
Merry; third row: Benjamin Marshall, Charles Montgomery, Bruce Ship- 
ley, Leroy Harris, Robert Leary, Christopher Kopke. (Missing from pic- 
ture: Mr. Myles Kiberd (coach), Ian Shipley, George Handy.) 

BASEBALL 




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First row, left to right: Belle Kent, Sarah Wood- 
ward, Susan Butler, Barbara Bump; second row: 
Barbara Mullowney, Linnea Bush, Susan Wood- 
ward, Mrs. Stott (coach), Yvette Dion, Cynthia 
Bump. (Missing from picture: Susan Playfair.) 




GYMNASTS 



Keeping abreast of the trend 
toward trained minds andbodies, 
Mr. Kiberd and eight enthusiastic 
athletes have pioneered a new 
sport-gymnastics. The team is 
experimenting with judo and hu- 
man pyramids and plans to be in 
shape for an exibition by next 
season. 




First row, left to right: Bruce Shipley, Ralph Nichols, Sidney Pratt, 
William McNeil; second row: Richard Wilken, Philip Gunyan, Fred 
Wadsworth; third row: Mr. Myles Kiberd (advisor), Ilmars Berzins 
(manager) . 



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First row, left to right: George Handy, Bruce Shipley, Susan 
Butler, Sara Woodward, Arlene Smithson, Martha Nickerson; 
second row: Donald Corcoran, Stephen Velardo, Mr. Walter 
Kennedy, Barbara Stone, Sandra Baker; third row: Charles 
Morrison, Ian Shipley, Susan Pye, Sally Stuart; fourth row: Paul 
Swanson, Richard Steele, Anne Heywood, Linda Mugford; fifth 
row: Sheila Andrews, Cynthia Bump, Lawrence Chase, Kenneth 
Nelson, Susan Woodward, Linnea Bush; sixth row: William Ben- 
nett, George MacFarlane, Susan Playfair, Matilda Leary, Richard 
Reed, Isabelle Kent. 



CLUB 



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The editors direct, the presses roll, and 
the choir emerges singing "Sputniks in the 
sky, nothing but Sputniks do I see. . ." 

From now on clenched palms and crossed 
fingers are hidden by the seemingly confi- 
dent stage smiles. After each soloist has 
successfully struck his or her high note, 
sighs of relief can be heard from behind 
the footlights . 

As everyone regains his self-reliance, 
the show culminates in applause. The cast 
is glad it's over but brimming with ideas 
for next year's show, when newspaper will 
give way to " ? " . 

Choir Show Committee 




First row, left to right: Janet April, June Thomas, Ian Shipley, 
Cynthia Bump, Mary Emerson; second row: Richard Jones, Way- 
land Clark, Steven Rich, George Handy, Ralph Nichols. (Missing from 
picture: Mary Howland, Linda Mugford.) 



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MILESTONES 




Remember us as freshmen, and some of our class- 
mates who left? 




J 




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Frog Pond - need we say any- 
more " 



Good old Mrs. Ferrell - her late 
slips, the nickels and dimes she 
lent us, and that one "last phone 
call." 





/ / 

Remember when Linnea, Susan, and Kenny did a whole 
one-act play--in French! 



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Dr. 


and Mr s . 


Francis C. Ortolani 


Dr. 


and Mr s . 


C. F. MacDonald 


Dr. 


and Mrs . 


John R. Merrick 


Mr 


and Mrs 


Clement A. Briggs 


Dr. 


and Mrs . 


Gillis K. Turner 


Dr. 


and Mr s . 


George Ross Starr, Jr. 


Dr. 


and Mr s . 


Lansing H. Bennett 


Dr. 


and Mrs. 


Raymond Russo 


Dr. 


and Mrs . 


Wilfred E. Cohen 


Dr. 


and Mr s . 


W. E. Deacon 


Mr 


and Mrs 


Frankland W. L. Miles, Jr 




(NAMES OF OTHER YEARBOOK SPONSORS APPEAR ON THE 1958 COMMUNITY CALENDAR) 



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CLASS OF 1958 



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DICKSONS 



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Plymouth, Mass. 



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