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Duxbury 
Massachusetts 





"In the time of your life, live- -so that in that time there shall 
be no ugliness or death for yourself or for any life your life 
touches. Seek goodness everywhere, and when it is found, bring 
it out of its hiding-place and let it be free and unashamed. Place 
in matter and in flesh the least of the values, for these are the 
things that hold death and must pass away. Discover in all things 
that which shines and is beyond corruption. Encourage virtue in 
whatever heart it may have been driven into secrecy and sorrow 
by the shame and terror of the world. Ignore the obvious, for it 
is unworthy of the clear eye and the kindly heart. Be the inferior 
of no man, nor of any man be the superior. Remember that every 
man is a variation of yourself. No man's guilt is not yours, nor 
is any man's innocence a thing apart. Despise evil and ungodli- 
ness, but not men of ungodliness or evil. These, understand. 
Have no shame in being kindly and gentle, but if the time comes 
in the time of your life to kill, kill and have no regret. In the 
time of your life, live - - - so that in that wondrous time you 
shall not add to the misery and sorrow of the world, but shall 
smile to the infinite delight and mystery of it." 

From THREE PLAYS by William Saroyan, 
copyright, 1939, 1940, by Harcourt, 
Brace and Company, Inc. 









The 1960 Partridge to you, Mr. Roger Jar- 
vis, we dedicate as a small material token of 
our great appreciation and affection. 

Unselfishly you have given of yourself. You 
have given your time, effort, originality, and 
talent to enrich our lives. You have inspired 
us with your love of music; made us laugh with 
your jokes; and shown us by your every action 
a man who not only lives life, but loves it as 
well. Mr. Jarvis, we thank you and know we 
will look back on you and say: 
"His life was gentle, and the 

el em ents 
So mixed in him that Nature 

might stand up, 
And say to all the world, This 
was a man ! " 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 




SEATED, left to right: Mr Edward L. Butler, chairman; 
Mrs. Martha Palfrey, secretary; Dr. Everett L. Handy. 
STANDING: Mr. Herbert R. Nelson, Mr. Walter Collins, 
Mr. John A. Brock, Jr. 



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Have you ever really considered the future -- the tomorrow which, only a few short 
months ago, appeared so distant and is now upon you? If your answer is "no," you are 
like most of the many thousands of young people who will graduate from high schools all 
over this country in June. 

You have undoubtedly given passing thought to a multitude of ideas concerning a future 
career, but are you aware that the opportunity for success and happiness in life is greater 
now than at any time in the history of civilization ? Are you aware, also, that you are 
envied by your parents, and by adults generally, for you represent the hopes, dreams and 
ambitions that were held by many of them not too long ago but which never reached 
fruition ? 

From the almost unlimited range of opportunities facing you today, you must soon 
select an area of concentration. Use wisdom and seek advice in making your selection, 
but once made, pursue your goal with all the energy you possess. Your success in your 
chosen field will be limited only by the degree to which you are willing to sacrifice, for 
all success requires sacrifices. 

As you move along the road to success do not forget that you have not traveled the 
road alone, for the many personal qualities which are part of the success formula were 
not bestowed at birth but were, rather, instilled by your parents and your teachers in 
your earlier years. 

Each member of your class has received an education at Duxbury High School. The 
extent to which you have been educated may vary, but of one thing I am certain, -- you 
have learned! Because you have learned, therefore, you have benefitted by your experi- 
ence here . 

To every member of the class of 1960, my sincere wish for a rewarding and a chal- 
lenging future, for without these two characteristics, the future will be dull. Truly, each 
of you faces a "Future Unlimited." 

Sincer ely , 

Harry B. McCormick 
Principal 



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SCIENCE AND MATH 




7 




8 




FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Coffin, S. Fernandes , L. Ohlson, B. Wadsworth, 
S. Sandifer, S. Morgan. H. Morse, L. Adams, J. Paulding, D. Campbell, J. 
Sawyer, C. Batson, J. DeLew, A. Bailey, C. Jokinen, R. Stott, G. Cutler, V. Law- 
son, R. Procter, D. Garnett. SECOND ROW: N. Barry, K. Stone, L. McDevitt, 
J. MacKinnon, H. Edwards, S. McNeil, S. DeWolf, K. King, P. Vinal, L. Butler, 
A. Lemieux, D. Trout, J. Wildes, A. Clark, F. Guilderson, A. Semple, M. Smith- 
son, S. Sibilio, L. Tavares, K. Peterson, J. Barbosa. THIRD ROW: H. Blanch- 
ard, H. Merrick, D. Blanchard, S. Rich, P. Perry, D. LaFleur, E. Merry, L. 
Reed, P. Cope, B. Shane, C. Barboza, P. Chandler, E. Locke, E. Gibson, J. 
Johnson, R. Wilbur, E. Ricker, R. Procter, C. LaGreca, M. Bongiorno. FOURTH 
ROW: M. Bump, E. Anderson, P. Wales, N. Eaton, J. DePew, R . Fife, T. Jones, 
J. Howard, J. Loring, M. Drummey, M. McNeil, P. L'Heureux, B. Howard, D. 
Mills, P. Randall, R. Randall, R. Amado, J. Weeks, R. Barnicoat, G. Starr. 
FIFTH ROW: H. McCormick, D. Burgoyne, J. Govoni , D. Sullivan, G. Plummer, 
M. Woodward, K. Gibbons, S. Dale, K. Fitzgerald, C. Canty, J. Reardon, R. 
Murphy, T. Foote, H. Grenquist, J. Wadsworth, L. Prince, L. Raymond, A. 
Thomas, S. Barbosa, S. Fernandes, R. Gunnarson. (Missing from picture: 
G. Taft, L. Reggio, P. Merlet, J. Pye, B. Coffin, D. Fontes.) 




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HOCKEY 





FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Boland, A. Hardy, J. McManus, L. 
Blanchard, S. Arnold (Co -Captain) , C. Loth, B. Kent (Co-Captain), N. 
Sawyer, P. Pye, M. Sibilio, S. Marr, B. Moore, B. Bump. SECOND 
ROW: B. Vinal, L . Parker, J. Moore, R. Guilderson, Coach Stott, B. 
Harding, M. Fox, B. Bottenus, M. Brown (Manager), M. Marr, E. Cor- 
coran, Coach Travers, T. Butler, P. Colburn, M. Butler, C. Prince, 
E. Kehoe. (Missing from picture: J. McLeod, J. Thayer, D. Kendrew, 
J. Christie, L. Crocker, L. Barbosa, A. Nickerson). 




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SOCCER 




FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Kopke, F. Wadsworth, G. Newlands, F. LaCross, 
F. Swanson, D. Steele, W. McNeil, A. Smithson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Teravainen, 
C. L'Heureux, B. McCormick, R. Chase, B. Marshall, B. Shipley, W. Clarke, 
C. Walker, R . Wadsworth, R . Handy, C. Montgomery. THIRD ROW: K.Roberts, 
H. Holloway, B. Blakeman, D. DeWolf, J. Correia, F. Legate, T. Brennan, F. 
Metcalf, A. Shane. 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: C. King, A. Collins, J. Fox, S. Williams, C. Hall, 
G. Sencabaugh, A. Ness, M. Lanyon, W. Reggio, R. Cheney, P. Mosher, E. Bor- 
ghesani, J. Woodsum, C. Torrey, S. Blanchard, J. Levieux, R. LaGreca, J. 
Johnson, A. Hammond. SECOND ROW: B. Poole, K. Mills, M. Burpee, C. De- 
lorenzo, J. Baker, R. Berzins, W. Wilbur, J. Dunn, T. Kent, M. Metcalf, C. 
Mulder, F. Tasche, L. Buckley, J. Sollis, D. Thomas, D. Bina, R. Dangora. 
THIRD ROW: J. Borgeson, D. Prince, S. Jones, C. French, D. Hubbard, S. 
Yeagley, F. Davis, J. Leary, R. Jones, S. Turner, J. Jokinen, C. Murdock, S. 
Gallerani, E. Carlson, D. Thomas, M. Ahlquist, G. Torrey. FOURTH ROW: 

B. Heywood, A. Crowe, G. Chapin, D. Johnson, M. Edwards, A. Hogan, V. Davis, 

C. Govoni, K. Grady, S. April, P. Irwin, L. Nudd, G. Boudreau, A. Cannon. 
FIFTH ROW: R. French, W. Richards, A. Stuart, R. MacKinnon, D. Estes, J. 
Morton, R. Mark, F. Kemball, J. Scherff, K. Williams, P. Ohlson, J. Wood, J. 
Torrey, L. Phillips, D. Thomas, B. Cushing, J. Coffin. 




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FIRST ROW, left to right: Michael Walker (president), Carol Loth, Susan Rod- 
ham, Karen Peterson (secretary), Sheila Andrews, Pamela Fagley, Brent Vinal. 
SECOND ROW: Margaret Marr, Alice Amado, Belle Kent, Patience Pye , Wendy 
Butler. THIRD ROW: Fred Banzi, Richard Jones, David Benson (vice- 
president), William McNeil, Craig Loth, Arthur Smithson. (Missing from 
picture: Richard Steele, Brian Kopke, Susan Pye.) 




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CLA89 OF 



Patience Pye, vice-president; Brian Kopke, 
president; Brent Vinal, secretary; Robert 
Cooper, treasurer. 




FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Timpany, J. Johnston, W. Holmes. J. Peter- 
son, E. Hammond, E. Kehoe, L. DeLorenzo, M. Hurd, B. Vinal, A. Nicker- 
son, R. Cooper, K. Roberts. SECOND ROW: J . Merry , J . Correia, W. 
Jones, T. Beuttell, M. McDevitt, E. Walker, N. Southard, J. Howland, E. 
Corcoran, L. Parker, J. Hampton, R. Chase, P. Quidley. THIRD ROW: 
T. Brennan, D. Lemieux, D. Baker, J. Boudreau, N. Starr, A. Shane, C. 
LaFleur, B. Bottenus , L. Murdoch, D. Rotle, R. Handy. FOURTH ROW: 
K. Semple, D. Banzi, S. Benson, S. Jacobs, B. Pettey, D. Tura, D. John- 
son, R. Locke, M. Fox, M. Sibilio, N. Sawyer, S. Ellis, L. McCarthy. 
FIFTH ROW: J. Kent, B. Kopke, J. Colburn, J. Howard, E. Glass, C. 
L'Heureux, D. Drollett, J. Adams, P. Pye, J. Conathan, P. Colburn. W. 
Butler, A. Merry. M. Welcker. (Missing from picture: B Blakeman. 
P. Johnson .) 



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CLASS OF 
1962 




Philip Cheney, vice-president; Susan Rodham, 
secretary; Douglas Locke, treasurer; Richmond 
Poole, president. 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Bump, J. Corcoran, D. Metcalf, P. Schneider, 
B. Gibson. R. Woodsum, P. Cheney, R. Poole, S. Rodham, P. Stott. P. Fagley, 
D. Steele. SECOND ROW: D. Locke, R. King, P. Mason, B. Heywood, J. 
Russell, P. Nelson, L. Wadsworth, F. Benevides , C. Prince, T. Butler, P. 
Lawson, W. Whitehead. THIRD ROW: R. Wadsworth, J. Moore, B. Atwood, 
B. Redlon, F. Daley, P. Richards, D. Kendrew, L. Crocker, J. Hall. R. 
Guilderson, E. Savastano, K. Peterson. FOURTH ROW: W. Thomas, L. 
Govoni, H. Holloway, R. Moore, B. Bradley, J. Thayer, M. Barboza, S. Marr, 
K. Randall, R. Wadsworth. FIFTH ROW: M. Nickerson, R. Cushing, D. 
DeWolf, L. Barbosa, B. Harding, C. Monks, J. Alhquist, B. Wilken. T. Amado. 
(Missing from picture: J. Christie, R. Deane, C. Coffin.) 



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LIBRARY 
9ERVICE 




FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Doyle, L. Irwin, D. Hub- 
bard, G. Sencabaugh. SECOND ROW: A. Amado, J. 
Freeman, L. Levy, S. Huff, E. Hammond, N. Southard. 
(Missing from picture: L. Balboni, B. Blanchard, S. 
Carlson, A. Hardy.) 




AUDIO-VISUAL 




Craig Loth, Fred LaGreca, John Borgeson (president), 
Daniel DeWolf, William Thomas, Frank Daley, Brian 
McCormick, Roger Cushing. (Missing from picture: 
Paul McLeod, Charles Montgomery (vice-president).) 



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^ CHOIR 




FIRST ROW , left to right: M. Dale. J . M:;:ca. K. G-i.cerson. A. Hardy. R. 
Locke, F. Wads worth, P. Swanson, Mr. Jarvis, M. Walker, R. Jones, C Gar- 
field, S. Andrews, J. Anderson. SECOND ROW: C. LaFleur, J. Thayer, S. 
Rodham, C. Walker, A. Shane, P. Richards, R. Cooper, R. Handy, B. Kent. 
S. Marr, Y. Dion. THIRD ROW: P. Cope, M. Howland, M. Marr, B. Bump, 
R. Steele, W. Clarke, B- Jones, F. LaCoss, D. Steele, B. Bradley, B. Bot- 
tenus, A. Amado, B. Atwood. FOURTH ROW: J. McManus, B. Redlon, B. 
Swift, L. Barbosa, P. Stott, A. Collins, M. Sibilio. B. Harding, J. Adams, S. 
Pye, E. Johnson, P. Pye, B. Vinal. 




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FUTURE TEACHERS 




Left to Right: Merrill Brown, Carol Loth, Sheila Andrews 
(president), Denise Doyle, Belle Kent (treasurer), Prudy Andrews, 
Susan Pye, Pamela Stott, Jayne McNeil, Leslie Blanchard (sec- 
retary), Beth Boland (vice-president). 



MAGAZINE STAFF 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Bruce Shipley (editor), Benjamin 
Marshall, Arthur Smithson (business manager), Craig Loth. 
SECOND ROW: Jayne McNeil, Brenda Bradley, Belle Kent (sec- 
retary), Margaret Marr, Friscilla Chapin, Judith McManus. 
(Missing from picture: Susan Pye, Fred Wadsworth, Brian Jones, 
Peter Welker.) 




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Mrs. Blakeman 

FIRST ROW , left to right: J. Hyslop, J. Millar, B. Smith, 
J. Freeman, S. Arnold, T. Sampson. J. Andrews, B. Boland, 
M. Brown, D. Coffin, P. Whitman. SECOND ROW : R. Starr 

B. Mullowney, C. Loth, M. Walker, D. Erickson. K. Carver. 

C. Loth, J. Govoni, P. Messier, D. Kent, C. Bump, R. 
Wadsworth, D. Eddy. 



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Arnold, Barbara 

Yrer-e Dion tt&s 
Mrs. Irene Skn 
_— dire-::-: r 




HE J U N 



Saturday, February 

DUX BURY ELEME. 



Sponsored by 
DLXBCRY ELEMEXj 
Friday. December] 

Coupl 




Civil nights Issue Tackled 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



*.#*♦! 



FIRST ROW, left to right: Ann Collins, Patience Pye, Susan Pye 
Suzanne Arnold, Belle Kent, Leslie Blanchard. SECOND ROW: 
Patricia Cope, Marie Fox, Bonnie Bottenus, Linda Parker, Ruth 
Guilderson, Nancy Sawyer, Karen Peterson, Janice Hall. THIRD 
ROW": Marilyn Sibilio, Barbara Bump, Barbara Moore (manager 
Mrs. Stott, Patricia Schneider, Brent Vinal. (Missing from pic- 
cure: Margaret Marr, Brenda Harding, Lois Barbosa, Elaine 
Corcoran.) 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 





FIRST ROW, left to right: Fred Wadsworth, Robert Chase, Paul 
Swanson, William McNeil, Arthur Smithson. SECOND ROW: 
Michael Walker, Wayland Clark, Bruce Shipley, Richard Steele : 
Donald Steele . 





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FRENCH 





F:?.ST ROW. lef: r:gh:: 5 ".Vales. B McCorrr.ick 5 
Jones, M. Lemieox, F. Wadsworth, C. LaFleur, P. Andrews 
M. Dale, C. Loth, A. Corcoran. SECOND ROW: B. Hey- 
wood, C. Montgomery, B. Marshall, P. Lawson, R. Guild - 
erson, M. Barbosa, J. McNeil, J. Thayer, E. Savastano, B. 
Bradley, S. Rodham. THIRD ROW: M . Walker , J . Doty , C . 
Loth, P. Stott, C- Wrye, P. Chapin, P. Schneider, J. Cor- 
coran, D. Metcalf, S. Marr, B. Atwood, L. Crocker. 
FOURTH ROW: B. Kopke, P. Cheney, L. Murdock, J. Col- 
burn, F. Daley, B. Redlon, P. Richards, B. Bun?, T. Bren- 
nan, S. Jacobs. (Missing from picture: J. Anderson, B. 
Boland, S. Andrews, N. Merry, B. Shipley, J. McManus, P. 
Fagley, D. Kendrew, J. Hall, and J. Howard). 



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V. 





: - 



NEWSPAPER 
STAFF 





SEATED, left to right: M. Marr (secretary), K. Peterson (business 
manager), D. Locke (treasurer), D. Benson (editor-in-chief). FIRST 
ROW: E. Savastano, S. Rodham, B. Atwood, L. Irwin, D. Doyle, G. 
Sencabaugh, E. Borghesani, S. Huff, J. Anderson, J. Borgeson, D. 
Prince. SECOND ROW: P. Welcker, B. Kopke, A. Collins, S. 
Jacobs, C. King, L. Bush, L. Murdoch, P. Andrews, P. Chapin, K. 
Raidl, C. Loth, R. Starr, A. Amado, S. Marr, B. Kent, M. Walker. 
(Missing from picture: B. Shipley, C. French.) 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: Frank Metcalf (art editor), 
Alice Amado (head typist), Neal Merry (editor-in-chief), 
David Benson (literary editor), Richard Steele (business 
manager), Fred Banzi (photography editor). SECOND ROW: 
Shirley Huff (typist), Merrill Brown (literary staff), Debby 
Kent (literary- staff), Sheila Andrews (business staff), Beth 
Boland (assistant editor-in-chief), June Anderson (literary- 
staff), Yvette Dion (typist). 




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CLASS OF 
1961 



George Newlands, vice-president; Ann Collins, 
secretary; Benjamin Marshall, treasurer; William 
McNeil, president. 





FIRST ROW, left to right: J. DeWolf, R. Trout, A. Smithson, W. McNeil, B. 
Marshall, C. Montgomery, B. Shipley, J. McManus, P. Chapin, P. Andrews, A. 
Collins, D. Doyle. SECOND ROW: S. Pye, L. Levy, B. Sanford, M. Marr, L. 
Irwin, A. Corcoran, N. Adams, A. Carlson, E. Cannon, E. Barbosa, J. McLeod, 
J. Doty. THIRD: P. Bongiorno, P. Cope, A. Hardy, B. Blanchard, S. Torrey, 
L. Balboni, L. Blanchard, M. Lemieux, J. McNeil, B. Jones, C. Loth, C. Loth, 
B. Kent. FOURTH ROW: K. Ridlon, C. Walker, K. Nix, G. Newlands, D. Reed, 
D. Martin, P. McLeod, D. Eddy, S. LaFleur, R. Seaver, P. Welcker, F. Wads- 
worth, C. Kopke. FIFTH ROW: G. Pierce, E. Banzi, L. Bush, H. Cushing, J. 
Benevides, R. Wadsworth, R. Chase, B. Suk, F. LaGreca, C. Wrye, W. Murphy, 
J. Borgeson, B. McCormick, S. Wales. (Missing from picture: J. Mack, M. 
Dale, L. Wadsworth, T. Bradford.) 



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FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Shipley, A. Smithson, K. Guilderson, B. Kent 
(secretary), M. Walker (vice-president), R. Steele (president), B. Marshall 
(treasurer), J. Mack, P. Lawson, B. Bump, S. Rodham, B. Moore. SECOND 
ROW: Fred Banzi, N. Merry, W. McNeil, A. Collins, S. Arnold, M. Howland, 
Y. Dion, P. Fagley, M. Marr, B. Atwood, L. Barbosa. THIRD ROW: F. Met- 
calf, G. Newlands, R. Wadsworth, W. Murphy, R. Chase, D. Seaver, D. Ben- 
son, P. Richards, D. Locke, C. Loth, L. Blanchard, A. Hardy. FOURTH ROW: 
R. Jones, F. LaCoss, W. Clarke, S. Pye, S. Andrews, B. Boland, M. Brown, 
M. Sibilio, K. Peterson, P. Pye, S. Marr, J. Mujica. 




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DRAMATIC CLUB 




FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Doyle, C. Hampton, P. Fag- 
ley (secretary), P. Chapin (vice-president), B. Boland 
(president), J. McNeil (treasurer), A. Amado, C. Loth, P. 
Andrews. SECOND ROW: P. Stott, S. Wales, C. Mont- 
gomery, S. LaFleur, W. McNeil. (Missing from picture: 
D. Kent, J. Mujica, S. Andrews, S. Arnold, M. Brown, B. 
Moore, B. Redlon, S. Rodham, C. Loth, C. Prince, J. 
Christie, P. Lawson, J. Thayer, J. Anderson, J. Hall, D. 
Kendrew, P. Andrews, M. Barboza, D. Metcalf, L. Parker, 
L . Crocker.) 





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BASEBALL 




FIRST ROW , left to right: Mr. Murphy (coach), Neal Merry, 
Douglas Locke, Robert Chase, William Murphy, Frank 
Daley, Richard Steele. SECOND ROW: Marvin Nickerson, 
Donald Steele, Scott Wales, Peter Richards, Fred Banzi, 
Paul Swanson, Fred Wadsworth. 





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FIRST ROW, left to right: Susan Rodham, Margaret Marr, Karen 
Peterson, Sheila Marr, Brenda Bradley. SECOND ROW: Kathy 
Emerson, Carol Loth, Pamela Bongiorno, Barbara Bump, Mr. 
Jenness . 



SOFTBALL 





*H O C p 

h h y h h $ 




TENNIS 



FIRST ROW, left to right: Barbara Atwood, Marilyn Sibilio, 
Belle Kent, Mrs. Stott, Nancy Sawyer, Polly Colburn. SEC- 
OND ROW: Janice Hall, Patience Pye, Marie Fox, Brenda 
Harding, Brent Vinal. 



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BAND 




FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Kent, B. Vinal, A. Merry, C. 
Walker, W. Clarke, T. Brennan, M. Sibilio, B. Bump, B. Atwood. 
SECOND ROW: M. Walker, A. Amado, S. Ellis, P. Nelson, F. 
Wadsworth, B. Heywood, R. Handy, B. Pettey, M. Welcker, P. 
Mason. THIRD ROW: P. Richards, C. L'Heureux, J. Correia, 
L. Murdoch, J. Kent, R. Cooper, R. Locke, J. DeWolf, N. Eaton, 
L. Wadsworth. (Missing from picture: B. Bradley, K. Peterson, 
L. McCarthy, A. Shane). 




DANCE BAND 





FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Pettey, L. Murdoch, A. 
Amado, Mr. Jarvis, J. DeWolf, L. Wadsworth. SECOND 
ROW: M. Walker, N. Eaton, R. Cooper, C. Walker, P 
Richards, J. Correia. THIRD ROW: J. Kent , S. Ellis , 
F. Wadsworth, R. Locke. 



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Mr. Robert Mendenhall 
Guidance Director 



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ALICE MAE AMADO 
"Laughter is the spice of life." 



Giggle . 
efficient 



'Ally . . . typist 
. shorthand. 



sec retary 



Choir 4; Honor Society 3,4; Dance Committee 
3; Class Secretary 3; Class Secretary 4; News 
paper 3,4; Library Service Club 3; Student 
Council 4; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; 
Senior Plays 4; Honor Usher 3. 




§ 



JUNE ELAYNE ANDERSON 



'O world, I cannot hold thee close enough! " 



Petite . . . p.j. party . . . Miss Simple . . 
grim . . . "If I'm not there, call Sheila's 



Pil- 



Choir 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4 (treasurer); 
Dance Committee 1,2,3; Honor Usher 3; News- 
paper 2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior 
Play 4; Science Club 1,2; Student Council 2; 
Dramatic Club 2,4; French Club 2,4; Yearbook4. 





SHEILA FRANCES ANDREWS 

"Always try to be a little kinder than neces- 
sary." 

Pilgrim . . . cheerleader . . . Essie . . . supply 
room . . . Rhoda . . . Charleston . . . pink. 

Field hockey 1; Basketball 1; Tennis 1; Softball 
1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Honor 
Usher 3; Class vice-president 1; Tournament 
of Plays 3; Senior play 4; Sportsman's Club 
1,2,3,4; Science Club 2; Student Council 2,3, 
(secretary) 4; yearbook 4; French Club 2,4; 
Dramatic Club 1,2,4; Supply Room 2,3; Future 
Teachers of America 4 (president). 



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SUZANNE ARNOLD 

"Full of sweet indifference." 

Miss Duxbury Days . . . pizza . . . quiet . . . 
basketball . . . giggle . . . smile. 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (captain); Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Sportsman's Club 3,4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Tennis 2; Senior Play 4; 
Tournament of Plays 3. 




FREDERICK JOHN BANZI, Jr. 

"In him, above all, it was natural to please." 

Bowling . . . hot Ford . . . Uncle Sid . . . great 
guy . . . handsome hard worker . . . "Yea, 
man ! " 

Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 
2,3,4 (president); Honor Usher 3; Tournament 
of Plays 1; Senior Play 4; Sportsman's Club 
3,4; Science Club 1,2; Student Council 3,4; 
Yearbook 4; Hi-Hats 4 (vice-president). 





CARL DAVID BENSON 

"Which of us is not forever a stranger and 
alone? " 

"We all have our faults" . . . Richard . . . "Why 
not?" . . . demagogue . . . Mort Sahl. 

Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3 
(treasurer), 4; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Honor 
Usher 3; Class President 2; Class Treasurer 3; 
Newspaper Editor 3,4; Tournament of Plays 
1,2,3; Senior Play 4; Sportsman's Club 2,3,4; 
Science Club 1,2; Student Council 3,4 (vice- 
president); Yearbook 4; French Club 3; 
Marshal 3; Dramatic Club 1; Cross -Country 3; 
Model Congress 3,4; Student Government Day 3; 
Boys ' State 3 . 



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ELIZABETH ANN BOLAND 



"She doeth little kindnesses which most leave 
undone . " 

Girls' State . . . 7th graders . . . Beth . . . Ray 
. . . "Son" . . . crazy clothes . . . dependable. 

Field hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 
1; Softball 1; Honor Society 3,4 (vice-president); 
Dance Committee 1,2,3; Honor Usher 3; Class 
Secretary 1; Sportsman's Club 4; French Club 
3; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4 (president); Future 
Teachers of America 4 (vice-president); Girls' 
State 3. 



MERRILL WALCOTT BROWN 

"In the time of your life- -live! " 

"Merg" . . . Briarwood . . . "Merry Minuet" 
. . . reliable . . . hot ticket. 

Field Hockey 4 (manager); Dance Committee 
1,2,3; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior Play 
4; Science Club 1,2 (secretary); Yearbook 4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Future Teachers 4; Sports- 
man's Club 4. 





LEE ARTHUR CANNON 

"You must look into people as well as at them." 

Merc . . . A.V. Club . . . curls . . . hacking 
around . . . Bennett's. 

Soccer 1; Dance Committee 1,2; Audio-Visual 
Club 1,2. 



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WAYLAND HOLMES CLARKE 

"Athletics, my friend, is the elixir of life." 

Arthur . . . basketball . . . radio . . . hot pack 
. . . Butch . . . electronics. 

Soccer 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Play 4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Audio-Visual Club 1,2,3,4; Sportsman's Club 
3,4; Science Club 3; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3. 



MICHAEL JOSEPH CORCORAN 

"Jesters do often prove prophets." 

History . . . sharp . . . astrology . . . Mike . . 
electrician . . . sisters. 

Dance Committee 3; Honor Usher 3; Senior 
Play 4; Tournament of Plays 3; Rocket Club 3 
(vice-president); Debating club 4. 






if VETTE MARIE DION 

"The way to have a friend is to be one." 

Green hair . . . Lunch tickets . . . Howland's 
hot ticket . . . Sugar. 

Field Hockey 1 ; Tennis 1 ; Softball 4; Choir 
1,2,3 (vice-president), 4; Cheerleader 1,3,4 
(captain); Honor Society 3,4 (secretary); Dance 
Committee 1,2,3; Senior Play 4; Tournament of 
Plays 1,3; Honor Usher 3; Sportsman's Club 
3,4; Science Club 1; Assembly Committee 4 
(vice-chairman); Yearbook 4. 



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LEAH FIELD 

"Be slow to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath." 

Friendly . . . reserved . . . Lee . . . Pembroke 
dances . . . '56 Chevy Conv. 

Field hockey 1; Senior Play 4. 



JUDITH ANN FREEMAN 

"Good nature is more agreeable in conversation 
than wit . ' 1 

Judy . . . helpful . . . reserved . . . Freeman's 
. . . friendly . . . Dr. Ortolani. 

Basketball 2 (manager); Library Service Club 
3,4. 





CYNTHIA KAY GARFIELD 

"What is history but a fable agreed on." 

R ed . . . tall . . . singer . . . Garf . . . attractive 
. . . parties . . . newcomer . . . Cindy. 



Choir 4; Dance Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 



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VELMA IRENE GLASS 

"Flirtation: attention without intention." 

Flirt . . . talkative . . . petite . . . giggle . . 
Duxbury Days court . . . Tassy's. 

Dance Committee 2,3; Class Secretary L; Li 
brary Service Club 2,3; Senior Play 4. 



KATHER INE MARGARET GUILDERSON 
"A good heart is worth gold." 



Sue . . 
Night" 



singer . . . Kathy . 
. . Nora. 



"Blues in the 



Field Hockey 2,3,4; Tennis 4; Softball 2; Choir 
1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 2,3; Tournament of 
Plays 3; Senior Play 4; Sportsman's Club 
2,3,4; Science Club 2,3. 






CHARLOTTE ANN HAMPTON 

"So little time--so much to do." 

Roller skating . . . Renault ... "I have to do 
my homework." . . . Charley. 

Tournament of Plays 3; Yearbook 4. 



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MARY MARGARET HANSEN 

"Beauty is a thing of joy forever." 

Duxbury Days Court . . . long, long, long pony- 
tail . . . Navy . . . smile . . . artist. 

Library Service Club 2,3. 



MARY ELIZABETH HOWLAND 



"Just as high as my heart. 

Cheerleader . . . choir . . 
farm . . . supply room . . 



jeep . . . Muriel 
lunchroom . 



Choir 1,2,3,4 (secretary); Cheerleader 2,3,4; 
Dance Committee 1,2, 3; Honor Usher 3; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1,2; Senior Play 4; Sportsman's 
Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; Dramatic Club 
1,2,3; Supply Room 1,2,3,4; Assembly Commit- 
tee 4 (chairman). 





SHIRLEY MARGARET HUFF 

"The grass stoops not she treads on it so 
lightly." 

Parties . . . shortie . . . cute . . . Huffy . . . 
The Barn. 

Newspaper 3,4; Senior Play 4; Library Service 
Club 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Yearbook 4. 



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ELLEN LORRAINE JOHNSON 

"Still water runs deep." 

Village Store . . . choir . . . friendly 
. . . Porky . . . 



RUTH AUDREY HUTCHINSON 
"Little by little does the trick." 



Hutch . . . 4-H 
trumpet player 



Home Ec . 
'48 Buick. 



helpful 

Band 1,2,3; Library Service Club 1,2,3. 



tall 




Choir 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2; Library Service 
Club 1 ,2. 





RICHARD WALKER JONES, Jr. 
"Life is what you make it." 

Organizer . . . Zorro Tuffies . . . class pres. 

. . . smiley . . . "Pay your dues" . . . brief case. 

Soccer 1 (manager); Choir 1,2,3,4 (vice-presi- 
dent); Dance Committee 1,2,3; Class President 
3; Class Treasurer 4; Newspaper 1; Sports- 
man's Club 3,4; Science Club 1 (treasurer), 2 
(treasurer); Student Council 1,4; Senior Play 4; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2. 



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DEBORAH KENT 

"Hitch your wagon to a star." 

Witty . . . blue bomb . . . "slow down to 80" . 
hamburgers . . . attractive . . . Sis. 

Tennis 2,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 3; Senior Play 4; Science Club 
1,2; Yearbook 4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4. 



FREDERICK PAUL LaCOSS 

"The only guide to a man is his conscience." 

Tall . . . plays . . . hot, open Ford . . . blond 
. . . friendly . . . basketball. 

Soccer 1,2,3 (captain), 4 (captain); Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior Play 4; Band 
1,2; Library Service Club 1,2; Sportsman's 
Club 2,3,4; Science Club 1; Dramatic Club 1. 





ROBERTA GRACE LEARY 
"There's the humor of it." 



Notices . . 

• ■ • peppy 



p. j. party 
. . Tassy's 



Birdy . . . ponytail 
mis chievou s . 



Senior Play 4; Library Service Club 3. 



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FREDERICK DEXTER LEGATE 

"The trodden path is the safest." 

Zo rro Tuffies . . . hot six . . . Howland's 
Tassy's . . . "Ears" ... 50 stars. 

Soccer 4; Baseball 1 (manager); Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3; Class Treasurer 2; Senior Play 4; 
Science Club 1,2 (treasurer); Radio Club 1,2. 



PATRICIA ALICE MARK 

"I do not understand; I pause; I examine." 

Blakeman's . . . Darthea . . . A.F.A. . . . stud- 
ious . . . conscientious. 

Field hockey 3; Tennis 2; Choir 1,2; Dance 
Committee 2,3; Newspaper 1,2; Tournament of 
Plays 3; Science Club 1,2; Yearbook 4; Dra- 
matic Club 1; Senior Play 4. 





MICHAEL RICHARD McLAUGHLIN 

"To know is nothing at all; to imagine is every- 
thing." 



Chevy . . . Harry's 
whiffle . . . Mike. 



ridin 1 around . . 



Dance Committee 1,2; Tournament of Plays 1; 
Senior Play 4; Audio-Visual Club 1,2,3. 



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WILLIAM NEAL MERRY 

"It is not enough to do good; one must do it the 
right way . " 

Model "A" . . . class pres. . . . serious . . . 
hard worker . . . giggles . . . dependable . . . 
Neal. 

Soccer 4; Baseball 2,4; Choir 1,2,3; Quartette 
2; Honor Usher 3; Class Vice President 3; 
Class President 4; Newspaper 1,2, (business 
manager); Tournament of Plays 1,2; Band 
1,2,3; (president); Dance Band 3; Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3; Sportsman's Club 2,3,4; Student 
Council I; Yearbook 4, (editor-in-chief); Senior 
Play 4; French Club 4. 



FRANK RICHARD METCALF 

"Individuality is the salt of life." 

"Chico" . . . artist . . . Bean . . . badly . . . 
slap-stick . . . Harry's. 

Soccer 4; Basketball 2 (manager); Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3; Honor Usher 3; Newspaper 3; 
Sportsman's Club 3; Science Club 1,2; Yearbook 
4; Senior Play 4. 






BARBARA JOANNE MOORE 

"Nothing can bring you peace but yourself." 

Beach buggy . . . cows . . . Moorsey . . . field 
hockey . . . Carl. 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Soft- 
ball 1,2; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Sportsman's 
Club 4; Science Club 1,2; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; 
Senior Play 4; Tennis 2; Tournament of Play 3. 



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JOAQUINA MUJICA 

"Toajours gai." 

Cuba . . . talkative . 
. . . enthusiastic. 



petite . . . cheerleader 



Tennis 4; Choir 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,4; Dance 
Committee 2; Sportsman's Club 3,4; Dramatic 
Club 4 



KLAUS J. RAIDL 

"The most useless day of all is that in which 
we have not laughed." 

Polite . . . smile . . . "naturally" . . . orange 
spheres . . . 6 1 3 " comic . . . "Delicious." 

Class Vice-President 4; Newspaper 4; Debating 
Club 4; Senior Play 4. 





ELAINE SHORT 

"Well timed silence has more eloquence than 
speech." 

Plymouth . . . roller skating . . 'Lane . . . 
dancing . . . gray & white Ford. 

Dance Committee 2,3; Newspaper 3; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1; Library Service 1,2,3 (secre- 
tary) . 



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GEORGE ROSS STARR, III 




"I'll find a way or make it." 

"In all seriousness" . . . Shelley Berman . . . 
Vauxhall . . . Robin . . . Zorro Tuffies. 

Soccer 4; Basketball 2,3; Tennis 3; Baseball 4; 
Dance Committee 1,3; Newspaper 3,4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays I; Senior Play 4; Audio-Visual 
Club 1; Science Club 1; Yearbook 4; Dramatic 
Club 1. 



RICHARD FOX STEELE 

"By their fruits ye shall know them." 

Rich . . . crew cut . . . athlete . . - hard worker 
. . . plays . . . good natured. 

Soccer 1,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,3,4; 
Choir 1,2,3 (treasurer), 4 (president); Honor 
Society 2,3,4; Honor Usher 3; Class President 
1; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior Play 4; 
Sportsman's Club 1,2,3 (president), 4 (presi- 
dent); Boys' State 3; Student Council 4; Year- 
book 4; French Club 3. 





PAUL NEWELL SWANSON, Jr. 

"Because to laugh is proper for a man." 

Choir . . . soccer . . . beach buggy . . . Tommy 
. . band . . . Sonny. 

Soccer 1,2,3,4 (captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Choir 2,3,4; Dance Committee 1,2; Tournament 
of Plays 1; Senior Play 4; Audio-Visual Club 
2,3,4; Sportsman's Club 2,3,4. 



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BARBARA BRADFORD SWIFT 

"Too busy with the crowded hour to live or die. 

Parties . . . Swifty . . . purple . . . Johnny 
Mathis . . . T Birds . . . transcription. 




ROBERT MICHAEL WALKER 

"His time is forever, everywhere his place." 

Sailboat . . . sportscar . . . nonchalant . . . 
basketball . . . S.C.P. . . . Sea Scouts. 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Dance Com- 
mittee 1,2,3; Honor Usher 3; Newspaper 1,2 
(editor), 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Sportsman's Club 
2,3,4 (vice-president); Boys' State 3; Student 
Council 2,3,4 (president); Yearbook 4. 



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CLASS OF 
1960 



Richard Jones, treasurer; Alice Amado, secretary; 
Kla us Raidl, vice-president; Neal Merry, president. 





FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Anderson, F. Banzi, N. Merry, K. Raidl, A. 
Amado, R . Jones, S. Andrews, B. Moore. SECOND ROW: S. Huff , R . Leary , 
Y. Dion, B. Swift, C. Garfield, L. Torrey, P. Mark, J. Mujica. THIRD ROW: 
B. Boland, D. Kent, J. Freeman, M. Howland, L . Field, E. Johnson, C. Hampton, 
R. Hutchinson. FOURTH ROW: M. Brown, S. Arnold, K. Guilderson, R. Steele, 
R. Starr, W. Clarke, M. Walker. FIFTH ROW: M. McLaughlin, F. LaCoss, P. 
Swanson, F. Legate, F. Metcalf, D. Benson, M. Corcoran. (Missing from pic- 
ture: L. Cannon, V. Glass, E. Short, M. Hansen.) 




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CLASS OF I960 



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