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Uuxoury Koom 




Duxbury 
Massachusetts 



For Reference 

Not to be taken from this room 



371.897 
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THE PARTRIDGE 



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1962 



DUXBURy HIGH SCHOOL"! 



DUXEUHy. MASS 



DUXBURY FREE LIBRARY 



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Foreword 

This is the first stanza of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem "The 
Builders, " other stanzas of which will appear on the activity dividers of this 
1962 Partridge. Tying in with the theme of building for the future, this poem 
seems particularly meaningful for seniors who, for twelve years, have been 
constructing character and reaching new levels of learning, and who, in years 
to come, will be perfecting these aims. 



Seniors in the class of 1962 may become future philosophers, de- 
signers, scientists, teachers, nurses, and homemakers, but in any vocation 
they pursue, they will be "Architects of Fate. " 




Standing, Left to Right: Mr. Edward L. Butler, Mr. Walter F. Kopke, Jr. Seated: 
Mr. Carl G. Peterson (Secretary), Mr. Howard M. Clark (Chairman), Dr. Everett 
L. Handy, Mr. Allan A. Eaton. 



The challenge of a new school, with every modern facility, has faced us 
in our senior year. We only hope we have met this challenge in the eyes of those 
townspeople who labored so long to give us this educational opportunity. 

Dr. Handy, the Building Committee, and the School Committee laid the 
plans for our school, and in doing so helped frame the foundations for our futures. 




School Committee 



Left to Right: Mr. Herbert R. Nelson, Mr. Walter B. Collins, Mr. Edward L. Butler 
(Chairman), Dr. Everett L. Handy, Mr. John F. Spence, Jr. Seated: Mrs. George 
Palfrey (Secretary). 



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While the author of these words is unknown, the message they convey should 
be clear. We remember Columbus for his successes in spite of adversity, and I am con- 
vinced that we would remember him even if his bold adventure had ended in complete 
failure. 1 am equally convinced that had the hardships placed in the path of his goals 
resulted in his giving up and returning home, he would have merited no more than a 
line in our history textbooks. 

What are the implications of these anonymous words to you as members of the 
graduating class of 1962? Simply these! You cannot possibly succeed without first 
encountering frustration and failures. These are essential to all permanent success, 
for our most important and lasting lessons are learned through failure. Nor can you 
succeed if you never try! Failure to try because one fears that his effort may be un- 
successful is far worse than failure resulting from effort. 

In conclusion, if you would succeed - try! Whether businessman, teacher or 
housewife, try for the things you want, and more of those things will come your way 
than you can now possibly imagine. 

Living should never be just a daily reminder of the things you might have done, 
or the person you might have been, but rather, it should be a continuous preparation 
for your future goals and plans. 

Substitute your own name for that of Columbus in the first parcgraph and if you 
like the way it sounds, let that be your theme for living. 

My sincere wishes for success in life go to each member of the class of 1962. 

Sincerely, 

\4^w^ (3 V^XV^ — 

Harry B. McCormick 
Principal 



FACULTY 



COMMERCIAL and VOCATIONAL 




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LANGUAGE and SOCIAL STUDIES 




MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE 




Left to Right: Mr. Lawrence Dunn, Mr. Ronald Child, Mrs. Malcolm Brock, Mr. Robert 
Backus, Mr. David Murphy, Mr. Ralph Blakeman, Mr. Robert Sullivan, Mr. Roger Jarvis. 



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Secretary Business Manager Assistant 





Judith Thayer Richmond Poole Douglas Locke 



STAIT 



Ralph Woodsum j 
Photography Editor 



Peter Richards 
Assistant 




Pamela Stott 
Refreshment Editor 



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lyn Sibilio Alan Merry 





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Judith Ahlquist Charlyne Monks 



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Mrs. Irene Sherwood 




UNDERCLASSMEN 



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NINE 





First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Barry, Elaine Locke, Linda Adams, Cheryl Batson, Eleanor Merry, 
Leslie Butler, Helen Merrick, Judith MacKinnon, Patricia Merlet, Ann Clark, Sally DeWolf, Anita 
Bailey, Stephanie Morgan. Second Row, Left to Right: Lenore McDevitt, Christine Barboza, Richard 
Beytes, Christopher Canty, Edward Anderson, Donald Burgoyne, Gerald Dexter, Harry McCormick, 
Robert Barnicoat, James Pye, Nicholas Eaton, Joseph DeLowrey, Helen Blanchard. Third Row, Left 
to Right: John Loring, Gregory Chapman, Gregory Plummer, Richard Proctor, Stephen MacDonald, 
John Baldwin, Lawrence Raymond, Peter Randall, Linda Olhson, Pamela Perry, Gail Cutler, Jill 
DeLew. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Romayne Proctor, Michael McNeil, Richard Randall, Michael 
Metcalf, Peter Mosher, Joyce Paulding, Donna Blanchard, Kathleen Peterson, Michael Drummey, 
Paula Chandler, Marie Bongiorno, Phyllis Cope, Nancy Breer, Margaret Coffin. 



Howe "ftooK Teacloers : Mr. Robert Uurleij 

Mrs. Pkilip LijMcV\ (wot pictured) 



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Freshman Class Officers 




Left to Right: Bradford Howard (Vice-President), Donna 
Trout (Treasurer), Margaret Vinal (Secretary), Kenneth 
Gibbons (President). 

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First Row, Left to Right: Stephen Fernandes, Margaret Vinal, Marilyn Smithson, Randi Stott, Ann 
Lemieux, Victoria Lawson, Janet Sawyer, Donna Trout, Georgia Taft, Jane Wildes. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Christine Jokinen, Beverly Shane, Karla Stone, Betty Ann Wadsworth, Ann Semple, 
Lorraine Reed, Diane LaFleur, Kathleen King, Susan Rich, Lyndon Reggio. Third Row, Left to Right: 
Diane Garnett, Cynthia LaGreca, Heidi Edwards, Kenneth Gibbons, Robert Jones, Dennis Sullivan, 
Paul Wales, Gary Starr, Robert Gunnarson. Fourth Row, Left to Right: John Reardon, Alfred Thomas, 
James Howard, Thomas Jones, Michael Woodward, Peter Olhson, James Wadsworth. 

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(Missing from Picture: John Leary, Sylvia Fernandes, Reuben Fife, Edward Gibson, Gerald Govoni, 
Frances Gui Iderson, Ethel Holmes, Dolores Fontes, Leslie Tavares, Joseph Johnson, Susan Gal lerani , 
Paul L'Heureux, Jonathan Scherff, Andrea Hogan, Peter Irwin, Robert Murphy, Anthony LaGreca, 
Susan Whitney, Rose Veiga.) 

Kone T^oom l eaclaers: Mrs. J vda. BrocK 

Wot pic"t<jr*e 



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First Row, Left to Right: Constance Feeley, Mary Lanyon, Diane Hubbard, Felicitas Tasche, Andrei 
Ness, Alice Collins, Lynne Phi I lips, Bonnie Poole, Kathleen Mi I Is, Susan Jones, Joanne Fox, Donne 
Prince, Ruta Berzins, Carole French, Suzanne Yeagley, Cheryl Mulder, Gail Sencabaugh. Second 
Row: Judith Lemieux, Leslie Buckley, Carol Baldwin, Katherine Jokinen, Judith Jokinen, Carole 
Govoni, Patricia DeLowrey, Jean Baker, Christine Murdoch, Cynthia Holl, Catherine DeLorenzo, 
Josephine Borgeson, Sally Scherff, Marcia Burpee, Dawson Johnson. Third Row: Doreen Thomas, 
Donna Avery, Carol Torrey, Barbara Coffin, Sharon Blanchard, Angus Crowe, Edmund Kent, James 
Sollis, Steven Wi 1 1 iams, David Marshal I , Richard Cheney, John Merry, Richard Mullowney, Carol 
King, Peter Quidley. Fourth Row: Roger LaGreca, Robert Dangora, Donald Estes, Robert French, 
William Wilbur, Bradford Heywood, George Chapin, William Richards, Kent Kopke, Richard Mac- 
Kinnon, Gail Garland, Jeanne Woodsum, Delly Schweighauser, Linda Nudd, Richard Baldwin. Fifth 
Row: John Coffin, John Morton, George Torrey, John Torrey, David Thomas, Frederick Kemball, 
Richard Butterworth, Arthur Hammond, Frank Davis, Austin Stuart, Charles Bourget, Robert Mark, 
Mary Lynne Edwards, Emma Borgehsani, Marlene Ahlquist, Susan April. (Missing from Picture: Tuck- 
er Beuttel, Suzanne Mann, Susan Whitney, Merrill Welcker, Arthur Cannon, Eugene Glass, Dom- 
inic LaGreca.) 



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ELEVEN 



Junior Class Officers 



Donald Steele (Treasurer), Richard Handy 
(Vice-President), Marilyn Sibilio (Secretary), 
Brian Kopke (President). 



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First Row, Left to Right: Lois Barbosa, Diane Timpany, Barbara Irwin, Eunice Hammond, Doris 
Baker, Nancy Southard, Nancy Starr, Judith Johnston, Janice Peterson, Joanne Howland, Eileen 
Kehoe, Joan Adams, Elaine Corcoran, Wendy Butler. Second Row: Linda DeLorenzo, Janice 
Martin, Richard Ryde, Ronald Chase, Stanley Ellis, Kenneth Roberts, Carolyn LaFleur, Linda 
Parker, Nancy Sawyer, Brent Vinal, Bonnie Bottenus, Evelyn Walker, Michele McDevitt. Third 
Row: Barton Heywood, Donald Banzi, Kenneth Semple, Thomas Brennan, Alan Merry, Richard 
Handy, Donald Steele, Robert Cooper, Marilyn Sibilio, Patience Pye, Judith Hampton, Jeffrey 
Howard, Clifford L'Heureux, David Drollett. Fourth Row: Sydney Vickers, Jackson Kent, Stephen 
Benson, David Lemieux, William Jones, Daniel DeWolf, Steven Dexter, Robert Locke, Bradford 
Petty, Brian Kopke, Laurence Murdoch, Robert Bauman , Barry Blakeman, Stephen Jacobs. (Barco 
Gibson) 



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ACTIVITIES 




1rllI<4 sh^pe and iashion ihesEj 



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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 




Seated, Left to Right: Brian Kopke, Nancy Sawyer, Bonnie Poole (Secretary), Mr. Ralph Blakeman 
(Advisor), Richmond Poole (President), Karen Peterson (Vice-President), Peter Richards (Treasurer), 
Bonnie Bottenus. Standing: Hiroki Fukamachi, James Pye, Kenneth Gibbons, Pamela Fagley, Margaret 
Vinal, Leslie Butler, Janice Hall, Sheila Marr, Richard Handy, Robert Cooper, Bradford Heywood, 
Patience Pyo, Susan Rodham. (Missing from picture: Judith Thayer, Judith Hampton, Alice Collins.) 




During the past year we have watched a previously dormant Student Council 
become an influential voice of the student body. Under the direction of faculty 
advisor Mr. Ralph Blakeman and President W. Richmond Poole, the Council has pro- 
moted such ideas as a school store, Student Government Day, the collection of funds 
for emergency relief to Channel 2, "Hats Off" Assembly, and assistance in community 
activities. It has worked to establish precedents in the new school for future years, 
and to promote school harmony. Hats off to the 1961-62 Student Council! 




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N.H.S. 




National Honor Society 



Seated, Left to Right: Marilyn Sibilio (Vice-President), Edith Savastano (Secretary), 
Barbara Atwood (President), Carolyn LaFleur (Treasurer). Standing: Sheila Marr, 
Richard Handy, Jane Corcoran, Karen Peterson, Mr. Raymond Jenness (Advisor), 
Bonnie Bottenus, Robert Cooper, Brent Vinal. 



F.H.S. 




French Honor Society 

Standing, Left to Right: Barbara Atwood, Karen Peterson, Bonnie 
Bottenus, Brent Vinal. Seated: Mrs. Philip Lynch (Advisor). 



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Pace Editors 




Barbara Atwood 



Brian Kopke 





Edith Savastano 





Stephen Jacobs 



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Douglas Locke 

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Jane Corcoran 



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Patience Pye 




SeCAEtfl 



Bonnie Bottenus 



RePOR-te 




He a4 Typist 



Karen Peterson 




Philip Burzynski 




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Brent Vinal 



Susan Rodham 





Nancy Barry 



Marilyn Sibilio 



vtsoe. 



Missing from picture: Janice Martin, Linda Parker, 
Angus Crowe,Hiroki Fukamachi ) 



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LITERARY MAGAZINE STAFF 



Front Row, Left to Right: Cheryl Mulder, Brent Vinal (Literary Editor), Pamela Stott (Treasurer), Marilyn 
Sibilio (Editor-in-Chief), Pamela Fagley, Coral Prince (Secretary), Carolyn LaFleur (Artist), Hiroki 
Fukamachi . Second Row: Judith Hampton, Susan Rodham, Sharon Blanchard, Susan Jones, Donna Prince, 
Marcia Burpee (Publicity Chairman), Katherine DeLorenzo, Ruta Berzins, Stephen Jacobs. Third Row: 
Linda Crocker, Gail Garland, Bonnie Bottenus, Joanne Fox, Carol King, Josephine Borgeson, Philip 
Burzynski, Carole French, Diane Kendrew, Linda Parker. 

Witerature, Duxbury High School's literary magazine, has given students the 
opportunity to compete for cash awards in both prose and poetry contests. Besides 
the prize winning story and poem, many other entries are printed in Witerature; it 
is certainly a great thrill to see one's own work in print. 

Witerature has grown rapidly since its founding three years ago by the class 
of 1961 . This fall the magazine won a superior rating at the Boston University Press 
Conference, a high award for so new a publication and so small a school. 

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LIBRARX SERVICE 




Left to Right: Richard Wadsworth, Mr. David Murphy (Advisor), 
Bernard Schweighauser, William Thomas. (Missing from Picture: 
Richard Deane, Ronald Amado, Gregory Plummer.) 



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Katherine King, Laurence Murdoch, Nancy Barry, Ann Clark, Sally DeWolf, 
Thomas Jones, Judith MacKinnon, James Pye (President), Donna Trout, Georgia 
Taft, Jane Wildes, Marilyn Smithson, Paul Wales, Helen Merrick, James Howard, 
Mary Lanyon, Beverly Shane, Ruta Berzins, Elaine Locke, Stephanie Morgan, 
Felicitas Tasche, Andrea Ness, Christopher Canty, Carole French, Eleanor Merry, 
Frances Guilderson, Stephen MacDonald, Harry McCormick (Vice-President), 
Michael McNeil, Carol King (Secretary), Richard Beytes, Patricia DeLowrey, 
Kent Kopke, Richard Baldwin, Linda Adams, Gail Garland (Treasurer), Alice 
Collins, Susan Jones, William (Fizz) Richards, Mary Lynn Edwards, Catherine 
DeLorenzo, Jeanne Baker, Susan Mann, Richard Butterworth, Angus Crowe, 
Lennore McDevitt. 



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/FRENCH CLUB 



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BAND 





Karen Peterson, Barbara Atwood, Thomas Brennan, Robert Cooper, Stanley Ellis, Richard Handy, 
Jackson Kent, Carolyn LaFleur, Robert Locke, Lawrence Murdoch, Bradford Pettey, Marilyn 
Sibilio, Evelyn Walker, Josephine Borgeson, George Chapin, Alice Collins, Donald Estes, Carol 
Govoni, Katherine Jokinen, Clifford L'Heureux, Bonnie Poole, Merrill Welcker, Paula Chandler, 
Ann Clark, Sally DeWolf, Susan Gallerani, Diane LaFleur, Judith MacKinnon, Harry McCormick, 
Patricia Merlet, Eleanor Merry, Donna Trout, Margaret Vinal, Jane Wildes, Kathleen Foisy, 
Roger Goin, Leo Prince. 



The Duxbury High School Band, under the inspired direction of Mr. Roger Jarvis, has truly 
made a name for itself this year. In its many appearances the Band has been heard at its best in 
years, particularly in the Memorial Day Parade. The majority of the Band are underclassmen, 
and their enthusiasm and ambition will give Duxbury a Band to be proud of for years to come. 




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Jean Baker, George Chapin, Alice Collins, Cynthia Hoil, Susan Jones, Mary Lanyon, Kathleen 
Mills, Andrea Ness, Lynn Phillips, Bonnie Poole, Felicitas Tasche, Nancy Barry, Richard Beytes, 
Donald Burgoyne, Lenore McDevitt, Eleanor Merry, David Mills, Barbara Atwood, Lois Barbosa, 
Richard Deane, Pamela Fagley, Brenda Harding, Pamela Lawson, Sheila Marr, Betsy Redlon, 
Peter Richards, Susan Rodham, Pamela Stott, Judith Thayer, Ralph Woodsum, Bonnie Bottenus, 
Robert Cooper, Judith Hampton, Richard Handy, Marsha Hurd, Jackson Kent, Carolyn LaFleur, 
Robert Barnicoat, Michele McDevitt, Alan Merry, Bradford Pettey, Patience Pye, Nancy Sawyer, 
Marilyn Sibilio, Donald Steele, Brent Vinal, Evelyn Walker. 



When the Choir participated in the Plymouth County Teachers' Convention last fall, the 
comments from the teachers were: "Marvelous! " "Impressive! " The Choir didn't fail to live up 
to and even surpass its reputation in the Christmas Concert, the spring choir show, and the grad- 
uation exercises. Several Choir members have received the honor of being chosen to participate 
in the District and SEMSBA Choirs. 



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Front Row, Left to Right: Brian Kopke, William Richards, Richard Handy, Hiroki 
Fukamachi, Peter Richards, Richmond Poole, John Russell, Stephen Jacobs, Ralph 
Woodsum, Robert Cooper. Second Row: Carol King, Ruta Berzins, Catherine De- 
Lorenzo, Susan Jones, Donna Prince, Bonnie Poole, Carole French, Susan Rodham, 
Coral Prince, Pamela Stott, Pamela Fagley. Third Row: Bonnie Bottenus, Michele 
McDevitt, Alice Collins, Marcia Burpee, Judith Hampton, Marilyn Sibilio, Patience 
Pye, Cynthia Hoi I, Joanne Fox, Mr. Walter Kennedy (Advisor), Josephine Borgeson, 
Nancy Sawyer, Karen Peterson, Linda Parker, Sheila Marr, Betsy Redlon, Patricia 
Schneider, Brent Vinal, Leslie Butler, Janet Sawyer. 




The American Field Service Club was organized by the class of '62 to help future exchange stu- 
dents feel more at home in Duxbury, and to aid the Duxbury A.F.S. chapter raise the funds nec- 
essary for sending or receiving these young diplomats. 

President Peter Richards, Vice-President - Treasurer Brian Kopke, and Secretary Brent Vinal, 
along with other members, welcomed Hiroki Fukamachi of Japan, an exchange student spon- 
sored by the American Field Service. Purposes of this club, such as providing exchange stu- 
dents with more knowledge of America, its people,and especially the teenagers and their 
customs, make it one of Duxbury High School's most valuable organizations. 




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DRAMATIC CLUB 





First Row, Left to Right: Joanne Fox, Linda Parker, Diane Kendrew, Janice Hall, Judith Thayer, Mary 
Lanyon, Mr. Lawrence Dunn (Advisor), Judith Jokinen, Kathleen Mills, Donna Prince, Cynthia Holl, 
Carole French, Alice Collins, Carolyn King, Pamela Lawson. Second Row: Carolyn LaFleur, Cheryl 
Mulder, Marcia Burpee, Gail Garland, Coral Prince, Susan Rodham, Constance Feeley, Ralph Wood- 
sum, Diane Hubbard, Katherine Jokinen, Andrea Hogan, Catherine DeLorenzo, Brent Vinal, Dorothy 
Metcaif. Third Row: Linda Crocker, Richard Butterworth, Patricia Schneider, David Marshal I , James 
Wadsworth, Richard MacKinnon, Thomas Jones, Angus Crowe, Bradford Heywood, Robert King, Elaine 
Locke, Leslie Butler, Linda Adams, Eleanor Merry, Mary Lynn Edwards, Terry Butler, Jean Christie, 
Christopher Canty. 




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r.T.A 




FUTURE TEACHERS 



Sitting, Left to Right: Judith Thayer, Diane Kendrew, Janice Hall, Mrs. Constance 

Pye (Advisor) . 

Standing: Michele McDevitt, Susan 
Treasurer), Linda Crocker. 



Rodham (President), Patience Pye (Secretary- 



The main objectives of the Future Teachers of 
America are to aid the student who plans to become a 
teacher, and to increase interest in the teaching profes- 
sion. The Club has given its members the opportunity to 
practice teaching in both the elementary and the high 
school. Also included in the program are visits to vari- 
ous teachers' colleges. 

This year, under the leadership of the upper- 
classmen, the F.T.A. has become a charter member of 
the National Chapter of the Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica . 




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SPORTSMAN S 




CLUB 




Front Row, Left to Right: Barbara Atwood, Robert Wadsworth, Alan Merry, Edmund Kent, William 
Wilbur, Thomas Brennan, Marvin Nickerson, Roger Cushing, Wi 1 1 iam Whitehead . Second Row: Mr. 
Walter Kennedy (Advisor), Hiroki Fukamachi, Jeffrey Howard, Clifford L'Heureux, Roger LaGreca. 
Third Row: Brian Kopke, Felicitas Tasche, Linda Parker, Coral Prince. Fourth Row: Josephine 
Borgeson, Sharon Blanchard, Stephen Jacobs, Sheila Marr, Donna Prince, Pamela Fagley, Pamela 
Stott. Fifth Row: Janice Hall, Marilyn Sibilio, Brent Vinai, William Jones, Robert King, Pamela 
Lawson. Back Row: Diane Kendrew, Susan Rodham, Patience Pye, Nancy Sawyer, Peter Richards, 
Dorothy Metcalf. 




pton (Co-Captain) 



CHEERLEADERS 




The D.H.S. Cheerleaders, under the leaaership of Co-Captains Jane Cor- 
coran and Judith Hampron and Faculty Advisor Mrs. Kenneth Cram, are assets to 
|any team, but especially to the D.H.S. Field Hockey, Soccer, Football, and Girls' 
and Boys' Basketball teams. This year their chief aims were to create the new Pep 
Squad which strengthened the cheering section at basketball games, and to step up 
school spirit. They belong to the National Cheerleaders' Association. 



HOCKEY 




First Row, Left to Right: Brent Vinal, Patience Pye, Marcia Burpee, Barbara Atwood (Co- 
captain), Sheila Marr (Co-captain), Bonnie Bottenus, Donna Prince, Felicitas Tasche, Joanne 
Fox. Second Row: Marsha Hurd, Margaret Vinal, Linda Olhson, Beverly Shane, Catherine 
DeLorenzo, Stephanie Morgan, Sharon Blanchard, Marilyn Smithson, Patricia Merlet, Bonnie 
Poole, Leslie Butler. Third Row: Miss Gail Parks (Girls' Physical Education Instructor), 
Constance Feeley, Linda DeLorenzo, Nancy Starr, Judith Johnston, Alice Collins, Carol 
King, Susan Jones, Paula Chandler, Lynne Phi 1 1 ips, Gail Garland, Susan April, Suzanne 
Yeagley, Karla Stone, Josephine Borgeson (Manager). (Missing from picture: Susan Rodham, 
Pamela Fagley, Pamela Stott, Marilyn Sibilio, Nancy Sawyer.) 



High Scorer: Patience Pye - 7 goals 




There were no goals scored against Duxbury's 
Junior Varsity. However, there were two score- 
less games, against Norwell and Hull. 



Game Scores 


Duxbury 


2-0 


Norwel 1 


Duxbury 


6-0 


West B 'Water 


Duxbury 


2-3 


Scituate 


Duxbury 


2-3 


Marshfield 


Duxbury 


4-0 


East B 'Water 


Duxbury 


0-1 


Hull 


Duxbury 


1-1 


Hanover 


Duxbury 


1-1 


Cohasset 



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r SOCCER 




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First Row, Left to Right: Robert French, Kenneth Roberts, Steven Dexter, Ronaid Chase, Ralph Woodsum 
(Co-captain), Jeffrey Howard, Richard Handy, William Jones, Richmond Poole (Co-captain), Phillip 
Cheney, Barton Heywood. Second Row: Michael Garrity, William (Fizz) Richards, Steven Williams, 
Barry Blakeman, Sydney (Ned) Vickers, Stanley Ellis, Jack Kent, Howard Holloway, David Drollett, 
Thomas Brennan, Alan Pratt, Mr. George Teravainen (Boys' Physical Education Instructor). 

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High Scorers: Ronald Chase - 11 goals 
Phillip Cheney - 7 goals 

League Standing: Second Place 




Game Scores 



Duxbury 


1-1 


Quincy 


Duxbury 


4-1 


Avon 


Duxbury 


2-2 


Norwel 1 


Duxbury 


0-2 


Sharon 


Duxbury 


3-0 


N. Quincy 


Duxbury 


1-3 


Avon 


Duxbury 


4-2 


Quincy 


Duxbury 


1-2 


Sharon 


Duxbury 


4-2 


N. Quincy 




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First Row, Left to Right: Bradford Howard, Kenneth Gibbons, Peter Irwin, John Reardon, Gerald Dexter, 
Anthony LaGreca, Edward (Bing) Gibson, Harry McCormick. Second Row: Jonathan Scherff, Robert 
Barnicoat, Donald Burgoyne, Robert Savastano, Robert Jones, Joseph DeLowrey, Richard Randall, Edward 
Anderson, Robert Dangora (Manager), Bernard Schweighauser (Assistant Manager). (Missing from picture: 
Michael Metcalf, William Anacone, George Seaver, Joseph Piper, Gary Hall, Eugene O'Neil, Robert 
Bottenus, Roger Pettey, Peter Fagley, John Fallon, Richard Cheney, Timothy Foote, Paul L'Heureux, 
James Pye . ) 




Duxbury's eighth and ninth grade football team has made an impressive 
record for its first season. Besides having endless enthusiasm and spirit, the squad 
remained undefeated in its three scrimmages, taking Hanover 36 - 6, tying Cohas- 
set 6-6, and trumping Marshfield 18 - 6. This last game, played on Duxbury's 
field, was the first home football game since the 1940's. The boys pictured or 
named above, coached by Mr. James Kelley, will constitute the varsity team in 
1964. 



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CROSS 




COUNTRY 




First Row, Left to Right: Edmund Kent, Robert Wadsworth, William Wilbur, Brian Kopke, Alan Merry, 
Stephen Jacobs. Second Row: John Loring, Richard Baldwin, Richard Butterworth, Hiroki Fukamachi, 
Stephen Bennett, Stephen Benson, Robert Mark, William Macaulay. 




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Meet Scores: 



(Low Score Wins) 



Duxbury 
Duxbury 
Duxbury 
Duxbury 
Duxbury 
Duxbury 
Duxbury 
Duxbury 



37-22 
36-21 
18-41 
15-46 
31-27 
35-24 
22-34 
34-22 



Norwel I 
Scituate 
Hanover 
West B 'water 
Ho I brook 
East B'water 
Avon 
Rockland 



The Cross Country Team had its best 
f season on record, posting a 3-win, 4-loss 
record, and placing fifth in an eight-team 
league. The team placed tenth in the 
South Shore Championships at Braintree, 
and third (it missed second by one point) 
at the South Shore Principals' Association 
Meet. Bob Wadsworth and Brian Kopke 
traded wins, with Wadsworth leading at 
season's end. Wadsworth finished second 
/to win a medal in the South Shore Meet. 
Other scorers were Alan Merry, who was 
right behind Kopke and Wadsworth, Tony 
Kent, Billy Wilbur, and Stephen Jacobs. 



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"BASKETBALL 




Front Row, Left to Right: Sharon Blanchard, Marilyn Sibilio, Nancy Sawyer, Donna 
Prince. 

Standing: Karen Peterson, Janice Hall, Miss Gail Parks (Coach), Alice Collins, 
Patience Pye. 



CIRLS 





...South Shore League... 

Duxbury, Scituate Win Division 
Titles; West Bridaewater in Tech 



Duxbury in Tech 



addition to playing a fine de- 1 



•OI.TH SHORR LKAGIT 

a ^bcrth^in^he 1 ^ Q mOS * v ' ctor ' ous season since 1948, Coach George Teravainen's Dragons came out on top ot tk 

schoolboy tomne South Shore Western Division with a record of 14 wins and 2 losses, thus qualifying for the Tech Tourney. 

'scoring " record" 31 ^he Dragons made their name with the famous all-court press, a superb team effort that forced the offense 

clinched the We f make crucial mistakes. Captain Marvin Nickerson, top rebounder, surpassed all records with a final 
crown to highhgli . i. 

League games p point total of 264. Dribbling champ and ball -handler Donald Steele piled up 171 points for Duxbury, 

West Bridgewat followed by another tremendous rebounder, Ronald Chase, whose point total was 159. Short but quick 

time mU staged S a^s Phillip Cheney shot from anywhere, totaling 146 points. Outside shooter Eugene Glass, 131 points, was 

half to overcome i the all-around player. Sophomore Richard Cheney combined speed and accuracy to score 83 points for 

Bob Johnson (18 DHS. The Dragons, averaging 68 points per game, held their opponents to a 50-point average. 
lith^'ague'victoH Other team members included Peter Richards, Thomas Brennan, Richard Handy, Roger Cushing, William 

New Duxbory Mai Wilbur, Kent Kopke, Robert French, Edmund (Tony) Kent. 



South Shore League 



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. P/m lover High five, le 

J 1 (corner man Rj W^VX ^"^^ y 

^ with 21 point:. Ill m 

Scituate and Duxbury Are Leaders 13ra K 



SOUTH SHOR1 
Eastern 01 

Scituate , 
Holbrook 
East Brldgewater 
B'dgewater-Raynham 
Marshfleld 
Hull 




score It* I Henderson found the 



•e Don 
scoring 



Duxbury Win 

le third i 

i> Oreen IOIT1I SHORE lur i f 

e Y | Eaatern Division 

? fourth Won lMl Pct 

"t at the | Holbrook 10 2 .833 

! Scituate 10 2 .333 

| East Brldgewater 9 3 .750 

Brldgewater-Raynham 5 7 .4)7 
Marshfleld 4 » 333 

HuU 3 > JSO 

Western Division 

Won Lout Pct 
I Duxbury 10 2 .833 

I West Brldgewater 8 4 . 667 
j Norwell 8 4 «S7 

Hanover 3 • .250 

Avon 1 11 .083 

jCohaiset 1 11 .08: 

Results Friday 
Norwell 81, Hanover 46 
, Holbrook 72, Erldgewater-Rayn- 
I bam 39. 

Duxbury 53. Weat Brldgewater 52 
Marshfleld 61. Hull 52. 
Avon 63. Cohasset 54. 
East Brldgewater 78. Scituate 88 

Games Tuesday 
Hanover at Hull. 
i Norwell at Marshfleld. 
I Cohasset at Scituate. 

West Brldgewater at Brldgewater- 
Raynham. 
Duxbun' at Holbrook. 

''^First Row, Left to Right: Peter Richards, Robert King, Marvin Nickerson, Ronald . t E«t Bncgcw.ter. 

fremChase, Phillip Cheney. Standing: Mr. George Teravainen (Coach) , Thomas Brennan R'rkenhead n «. John nicenzc 
„o 13) and Tom Ennis paced Coaok 

)okad' Ricnard Handy, William Wilbur, Richard Cheney, Donald Steele 

water iut.s u> move|»>-"»"'8 »utori( 



ace in the Wes' 
Marv Nickerson 
I the Green Draf '"ttsj. 
'ictory over Bri< 
am Regional. 



e 10-polnt mai 
ried a 66-34 l 
1 period but a 
B-U fell short. 



. Blythe's Holbr 
found Bob Mcl 
High a tough c 
it for 32 points 
as the Build 
a 73-58 win. 
gers 119 polr. 
ilayers in the dot) 
in for Holbrc 
fit— — •-"*- 
t DUXBURY. 
• double figurei 
b.defeated Wes 
y 52, in a real 
W a capacity cr< 
DA Duxbury, ti 
U 



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\South Shore Leagu 

Duxbury 




piayers inj turlne for the Westies with 19' 
nine points, respectively, 
rook Out Front 
ON. — Four players hit in 
Jouble figures as Holbrook 
defeated Avon High, 73-58. 
Ty Rodgers (19), John Di- 
> (18). Dave Birkenhead 
and Tom Ennis (11) paced 
ulldogs to a 37-27 first half 
held a slim five-point mar- 
after three periods and 
I the game away in the 
l period with a 24-14 mar- 

mara Tops 

n. playing its best game 
far, was led by Bob Mc- 
ra. who hit on 11 baskets 
fouls for a fine 32-point 

?i?i n< pu.Mea its ursi victory 
le season, 63-54. over Co- 
it. 

6 McNamara (17), Hal 
h (19), Dick Days (10) and 
r Duiong (14) featured for 
b. Vin Riccardi's quintet, 
b and Mike Henderson ac- 
ied for 39 points as Marsh- 
downed Hull 81-52. 

ba Wir* 

rveiiWin 



lick Blythe's quintet. Larry Fol- 
uml.wat the nnlu Regional playei 
Is with 11 

* 54-44 
*51 -47 



Duxbury at Hanover 
Norwell at Duxbury 

Duxbury at Hull * 75-49 

Duxbury at W. Br'wtr. 41-45 

Marshfield at Duxbury * 68-39 

Duxbury at Avon * 70-30 

Duxbury at Scituate 65-67 

Cohasset at Duxbury * 70-39 

Hanover at Duxbury * 82-42 

Duxbury at Norwell * 74-58 

Bridgewater at Duxbury *81 —71 

W'Brwtr. at Duxbury *53-52 

Duxbury at Holbrook *73-55 

Avon at Duxbury * 77-52 

E. Br'wtr. at Duxbury *76-63 

Duxbury at Cohasset *94-61 



es defeatec 
ihara Jay- 



ine of It! 
is far Easi 
»ted Sett- 
ing . lfttlt 
ol of th< 
command- 
id as Dor 
re Hand? 

and Bot 
icoring of- 

lead golni 
the Sclt 
be denied 
ird period 
23-14. but 
ly, Handy 
ion kep 
ve out li 



indl vidua 

, lors as hi 

Duxbury won *-'""-rhlt 10 baskets and six fouls foi 
| a 26-point evening. 
1 The Scituate Jayvees defeated 
»_„.„ u .. ..olbrook the East Brldgewater Jayvees 



DUXBURY — Nickerson rf 10-1-21. 
Brennan rf. Chase If 4-6-14. R. 
Cheney If 4-3-11. Glass c 2-5-9. 
Slchsrda c. Steele rg 2-1-5, Handv 
•g 2-0-4. P. Cheney lg 5-5-15. Wilbur 



Hanover 



8 18 18 19 81 



HOLBROOK— Weatherby rf o.?-2. 
Carlson rf. Birkenhead If 6-0-13, 
ZardldU If 3-3-9. Ro*»r« c 7-5-19 



SOFTBALL 




Front Row, Left to Right: Janice Hall, Barbara Atwood, Andrea Ness, Donna Prince, Sharon 
Blanchard, Lynne Phillips. Second Row: Miss Beverly Briggs, Brenda Harding, Nancy Starr, 
Nancy Sawyer, Marilyn Sibilio, Michele McDevitt. 




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Underhanded, overhead, SMASH! 



Standing, Left to Right: Felicitas Tasche, Susan Rodham, Karen 
Peterson. Front Row: Coral Prince, Susan Coster. (Missing 
from picture: Sheila Marr.) 



2- 




First row, Left to Right: Fred Wadsworth, George Newlands. Second row: Richard 
Handy, Jeffrey Howard, Roger LaGreca, Douglas Locke, William Murphy. Third 
row: David Rotte, Marvin Nickerson, Roger Cushing, William Whitehead, Thomas 
Brennan, Coach David Murphy. 



Enjoying its best season in many years, the 1961 DHS 
baseball team won seven games and lost four in the South Shore 
League. A 10-5 win over Marshfield - the first such victory 
in twelve years - kept the Dragons fighting. Coached by Mr. 
David Murphy, the boys defeated Hull, East Bridgewater, Han- 
over, West Bridgewater, Norwell, Avon, and Marshfield, los- 
ing only to Holbrook, Bridgewater, Scituate, and Cohasset. 

Although the squad totaled just thirteen, improvement 
in such players as Bill Whitehead and Roger Cushing was the 
big factor in its success. 



TRACK L 

The DHS track team, coached by Olympic Champion Robert Backus, was composed mainly of under- 
classmen, although some seniors, including Philip Burzynski and Richmond Poole, did supplement it this 
year. Outstanding trackmen included senior Robert Wadsworth, one-mile run; William Wilbur, broad 
jump; Kent Kopke, high and broad jump; Bradford Howard, all-around track man. 



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Marv Nickerson 



SENIORS 




TW/c/ ife-daY , stroncf end sure, 

<? firrn end ^mple b&<s€.- 
Find dscandi'nj &nd 6£c ur£ 
Sh&t/ io- rnorroLU find its p>(&cz.. 



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JUDY DIANE AHLQUIST 

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

Field Hockey 1; Basketball 4; Honor Usher 3; Yearbook 4. 

Typing classes. . . Beautician School ... '56 Merc . . . 
McLel Ian 's. . . Norwood Races. 



BARBARA ANNE ATWOOD 
(Barbie) 

"Her secret of success is her constancy of purpose. " 

Softball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 1, 
2,3,4; National Honor Society 2, (Treasurer) 3, (Pres- 
ident) 4; Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Debating Club 2; 
Honor Usher 3; SEMSBA 3,4. 

Hard Worker. . . Mr . Su 1 1 i van . . . Friend ly . . . Blakeman 's . . . 
Goalie. . . '49Chevie. 






MARY ANN BARBOZA 
(Annebel le) 

"The social smile, the sympathetic tear." 

Softball 2; French Club 2,3; Tournament of Plays 2,3; 
Dramatic Club 2; Prom Committee 3. 

'Anybody seen Cloudy ?" . . .Pizza . . .The Mock Election 
, . . Nursing . 



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FRANCIS ALLEN BENEVIDES 
(Panky) 

"The little man who is always there." 

Tournament of Plays 3; French Club 3; Band 1 . 

"Oh, Yea". . .Horseback Riding. . .Shortie. . . '54 Chevy. 
Woods-Rodding. . . Good Natured. 



WILLIAM EDWARD BURGOYNE III 
"Look forward; what's to come?" 
Baseball 4. 

Brockton. . . Rambler. . . "Where's that drive-in speaker, Bill ? 
. . .Tassy 's. 







PHILIP ALLERTON BURZYNSKI 
(Phil) 



"Life is what you make it! " 

Newspaper 4; Literary Magazine 4. 

Cosmopolitan . . .New Classmate . . . Brazi I . . . Sport scars. 
Creative Writing. . .Bowdoin. 



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TERRY BUTLER 

"I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to my- 
self than be crowded on a velvet cushion." 

Hockey 1,2; Cheerleading 3; French Club 3,4; Dra- 
matic Club 4; Prom Committee 3 . 

Ridin' Around. . .Fights with Pam. . .Ter. . .Shrimp. . . 
Steno. . .The Beach. . . Lunches. 



PHILLIP ROBERT CHENEY 
(Phil) 



"Individuality is the salt of life." 



Class Vice-President 2; Tournament of Plays 1,3; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Soccer 4; Senior Play 4. 

Motor Scooter. . .Curly hair. . . Blue Chevy. . . Speedy 
Basketball Star. . .Mischievous eyes. . .Choo-choo. 





JEAN LOUISE CHRISTIE 

"I take life as I find it, but don't leave it so." 

Hockey 1 ,2,3; Softball 1; Dramatic Club 2,3; French 
Club 2,3; Prom Committee 3. 

"That's how it is some days. " . . .Mocha Frappes. . . "Hey, 
D.D.jwhat have you got against music?" 




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CAROLYN CATHERINE COFFIN 
"Kind hearts are more than coronets." 
Cheerleading 3; Softball I. 



"Keep Cool " . . .Pickles. . . Dreaming . . . Shy Smi le . . 
Demure. . .Blue Chevy Convert. 



JANE MARIE CORCORAN 



"Clever, genial, friendly, kind; 
Friends like this are hard to find." 

Cheerleading 2,3, (Captain) 4; Sportsmen 's C lub 3; 
French Club 2; Newspaper (Artist) 3,4; Yearbook (Cub) 
3, (Layout Editor) 4; Student Council 3; Prom Commit- 
tee (Publicity Chairman) 3; Tournament of Plays 3; 
Honor Usher 3; Honor Society 4. 

R. [. School of Design. . ."Oh, Brother" ... Efficient 
. . . Superb French Accent . . . Apri I Fool . 






til I 



LINDA CROCKER 





"The mildest of manners, and the gentlest heart." 



Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1,2; F.T.A. 3, (Secretary) 4; 
Dramatic Club 4; Tournament of Plays 1,2; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; French Club 2; Literary Magazine 3,4; Year- 
book 4. 

Lulu. . .Pinewood Lake. . . "Cut it out! "... Giggle. . . 
Blue Motor Scooter. . . Scarface. . . Hairdos. 



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Base 



ROGER CLIFTON CUSHING, JR. 
"I'll find a way or make it. " 




Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1; A. V. Club 
1,2,3,4. 



Vacations. . .Tassy's. . . "Hot Dog! ". . .Cush. . .6'. . . Yo Yo's 
...'52 Chevie. 



RICHARD HARRIS DEANE 

"Great is truth and mighty above all things." 

Choir 3,4; Choir Committee 3; Audio-Visual Club 4; 
SEMSBA 3,4. 

Stereo. . .Cheeseburgers. .. Rick ... U . S . Navy ... Laugh 
..Dental Technician. 






PAMELA FAYE FAGLEY 
(Pam) 



"Never haughty, never proud, but popular in every crowd" 

Student Council 1,2,3, (Secretary) 4; Class Secretary 3,4; 
Yearbook 4; Literary Magazine 2,3,4; A.F.S. Club 4; 
Dramatics Club 1, (Secretary) 2; Field Hockey 1,2,3, (Co- 
captain) 4; Prom Committee 3. 

"You're kidding! "... "Hi ya! ". . .Talks after lunch at the 
oldD.H.S.... Fool ing Around . 



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HIROKI FUKAMACHI 

(Rocky) 

Japan's quiet diplomat has contributed greatly to our 
senior class. Although American slang baffled him at times, 
Hiroki's infectious smile has solved most problems. Among 
other things, Hiroki has made us more aware of the essen- 
tial similarities between Japan and the United States. This 
gives us hope that some day all nations may live peaceably 
together. 

Newspaper 4; Cross Country 4; AFS 4; Student Council 4. 



LAWRENCE FLOYD GOVONI 
(Larry) 

"Beware lest you lose the substance by grasping at the shadow. 
Track 1 ; Soccer 1 . 

6'2". . .Study Halls. . . Pizza ... Green Eyes. . . '53 Ford. . . 
Speedy Reader. 





RUTH MARIE GUILDERSON 

"Good humor is always a success. " 

Field Hockey 2,3; Basketball 3,4; Softball 3,4; French 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Tour- 
nament of Plays 1 ,2; Literary Magazine 4. 

'61 Comet. .. "Really?" .. .Prudential Life Insurance Co. 

. . .Friendly. . . Newton. 



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BRENDA MAE HARDING 
(Candy) 



JANICE MARIE HALL 
(Jan) 

"Friendship is constant in all other things." 

Softballl,2,3,4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 
4; French Club 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Tournament of Plays 1, 
2; Sportsmen's Club 1 ,2,3,4; Senior Play 4. 

Physics Whiz . . . Quiet ... Hand Knit Sweaters. . .Chem- 
istry Lab... Fish 'n' Chips. 



"Much mirth, much madness; all good, no badness." 

Choir 2,4; Library Service Club 3; Sportsmen's Club 
3,4; Hockey 2; Softball 4; Senior Play 4. 

Friendly. . . "Class". . . "56 Ford. . . Dancing. . . Art. . . 
Plymouth. 





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DIANE CAROL KENDREW 
(Di) 

"Boldness and firmness, these are virtues 
Each noble in action, excellent in speech." 

Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1 ,3; Softball 1,2,3; Dra- 
matic Club 2, 4; French Club 2; Literary Magazine 
3,4; Sportsmen's Club 2,3, 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 1,2,3; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4. 



Chemistry Lab. . . Lobster. 
. . . Dynamite. . .Plymouth. 



.Algebra II... Rainbow 



ROBERT ANDREWS KING 
(Bob) 



"A little nonsense now and then 
Is relished by the best of men." 

Track 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3; French Club 
2,3,4; Sportsmen's Club 1,2,3, (Vice-President) 4; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2; Dramatic Club 4; Senior 
Play 4. 

Skin Diving. . . "King for a Day". . .Hunting. . .Morn- 
ing Notices. . .Ubiquitous. . .Witty. 





PAMELA JEAN LAWSON 
(Pam) 

"Independent now, independent forever." 

Hockey 1; Cheerleading 2, (Captain) 3; French Club 2, 
3,4; Tournament of Plays 1 ,2; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 



Duxbury Beach. . .B.W. . . . "How impressive! " . . .Pee 
Wee. . . "Okay, what can we do now?" 



4; 




HOWARD DOUGLAS LOCKE 

(Doug) 

"He speaketh not, yet there lies a conversation in his eyes. " 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,4; Basketball 1,3,4; Track 1,3; 
Sportsmen's Club 1,2,3,4; Newspaper (Treasurer) 1,2,3,4; 
Class Vice-President 2,3; Tournament of Plays 1; Chairman 
of Prom 3; Yearbook 4. 

Absent-minded. . . Engines. . .Cool Sweaters. . . "I forgot. "... 

Diving through tubes. 



SHEILA ANN MARR 

"But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep." 

Hockey 1 ,2,3,4; Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sportsmen 's C lub 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2,3; Class Vice-President 1; Debating Club 2; 
Newspaper 1,2,3, (Editor-in-Chief) 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; A.F.S. Club 4; Yearbook 
(Literary Editor) 4; Prom Committee 3; Girls State 3; Honor 
Marshal 3; Student Council 4. 

Sam. . ."Fabulous". . .Leland's. . . Piano. . .Clever Little Quips. 



£ I 





PHILIP WILLIAM MASON, JR. 




"Under water men shall walk, shall ride, shall sleep, and 
talk." 

Cross Country 2; Soccer 3; French Club 2; Band 1,2; 
Tournament of Plays 3. 

Tall. . .Skindiving. . ."Who, me?" . . .Navy. . . '53 Blue 

Ford. . .Physics. . . Sweetser's. 



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DOROTHY ANN METCALF 
(Dee Dee) 

"Youth comes but once in a lifetime. " 

Cheerleader 2, (Co-Captain) 3; Tournament of Plays 3 
French Club 1; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Prom Commir 
tee 3; Dramatic Club 4. 

Barre . . .5' 1 " . . .Cheerleader. . .Manomet . . . Black 
Bor-o. . . "T" Shirts. . .The Lottery. 



CHARLYNE MARIE MONKS 
(Charl) 

"Being in the right does not depend on having a loud 
voice. " 



Yearbook 4; Softball 4. 

"The Surf" . . . Norwood Drags. . .Typist . . . Jay's. . . Sea- 
bees. . . "Could be" . . . Airlines School . 




JOYCE LORRAINE MOORE 

"The only gift is a portion of oneself." 

Field Hockey 1,2,3; Tournament of Plays 1 . 

"So?". . .Plymouth. . . I.B.M. School. . .Shortie. 
Typing. . . Seabees. ..Smile. . .Convertibles. 




RICHARD LLOYD MOORE 
(Dick) 



'T is the dreamer whose dreams come true." 



O'Neil Farm. .."I'll think about it.". . .Navy. . .Laugh 
'54Ford..."Oh, No!" 



PHILIP RUSSELL NELSON 

(Cousey) 



" I am not only witty in myself, but the cause of wit in 
other men . " 

Basketball 1,2,4; Baseball 4; French Club 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Band 1,2. 

Chemistry Labs. . .Cranberries. . .Pilot. . .Fractured 
French . . . "Your Majesty . " 






MARVIN SCOTT NICKERSON 
(Marv) 



"Deeds are better than words, actions mightier than 
boastings. " 





Boys State 3; Sportsmen's Club 1,2,3, (President) 4; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

"Big Boy" . . . Reserved . . . Ace Pitcher. . . Basket ba 1 1 Games 
..."My Hat"...6'4". 



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KAREN EILEEN PETERSON 

"Calm, cool, classic, comely, collected, collegiate." 

Student Council (Secretary) 2,3, (Vice-President) 4; 
National Honor Society 2, 3,4; French Honor Society 3, 
4; Model Congress Representative 3; Yearbook (Cub) 3, 
(Editor-in-Chief) 4; Band 1,2, (President) 3,4; News- 
paper 2,3,4; French Club 3; A.F.S. Club 4; Tennis 1 , 
2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Sportsmen's Club 1,2,3,4; 
Honor Usher 3; Prom Committee 3. 

K . P. for V. P. . . . Exchange Students. . . A's. . . Spelling Bees 

. . .Swimming Parties. 



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WESLEY RICHMOND POOLE 

(Richie) 

"It's not the size of the man in the fight that counts, it's 
the size of the fight in the man." 

Class President 1,2,3,4; Student Council (President) 4; 
Model Congress Representative 3; Tournament of Plays 
1,3; Cross Country 1 , 2; Soccer 4; Sportsmen's Club 4; 
A.F.S. Club 4; Yearbook (Business Manager) 

"Bad News" . . . Organizer. . .Class Pres. . . '3"1 Chevy 
Truck. . . S.C.P. . . . Dependable. 



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W M 




ALAN FRANCIS PRATT 
(Al) 



"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident 
tomorrows. " 



Soccer 4; Baseball 4. 

Easy -Going . . . Framingham . . .Hunting . . .Fishing . 
"You Bet" . . . Blond . . .Trade School . 



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CORAL ANN PRINCE 
(Cor) 

"In the time of your life - live!" 

Literary Magazine 2,3, (Secretary) 4; A.F.S. 4; Prom 
Committee 3 (Program Chairman); Tournament of Plays 3; 
Dramatic Club 2,4; French Club 2,3; Sportsmen's Club 
3,4; Tennis 3,4; Field Hockey 1 ,3. 



Prom Queen. . . "The Spaceship" . . .Junior Miss. 
Kiddin'"...Mr. K .... "Let's Twist Again." 



"No 



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BETSY REDLON 
(Bets) 



"Flirtation: Attention without intention." 

Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Student Council 2; Choir 
2,3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3; French C lub 2, 3; A.F.S. 
4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 

"Can't help lovin' that man. ". . .Giggle. . . "Cut it out! " 
. . . "Nug" . . .Junior Miss Finalist. 





ALBERT PETER RICHARDS, JR. 
(Putt) 

"Be sure you're right - then go ahead." 

Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2; 
Band 1,2; Dance Band 2; Choir 2,3,4; Sportsmen's 
Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; A.F.S. Club (Pres- 
ident) 4; Yearbook 4; Class Treasurer 4; Student 
Council (Treasurer) 4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; 
Senior Play 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Gov't. 
Day 4. 



I 



Advanced French I . . .Test Tube Washer. 
. . .Chivalry. . . "Anchors Aweigh" 



'61 V.W. 



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SUSAN ELAINE RODHAM 

(Sue) 

"I took the road less traveled by, 

And that has made all the difference . " 

Class Secretary 1,2; Student Council 2,4; Model Con- 
gress Representative 3; Future Teachers Club (Treasurer) 
3, (President) 4; Yearbook 4; Newspaper 2,3,4; Choir 
1,2,3,4; A.F.S. Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Senior 
Play 4; Tournament of Plays 1; French Club 2,3; Sports 
men's Club 1 ,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1 , 4; Tennis 1,3,4; 
Prom Committee 3. 

"Mumbo Jumbo". . .Audacious. . .Poetry. . ."What's this 
madness?" . . .Jazzy. . .Blonde. 



JOHN DIMMICK RUSSELL 

(Russ) 



"He is great who is what he is from nature, and who 
never reminds us of others." 

Soccer 3; Track 4; French Club 2; A.F.S. 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Tournament of Plays 3; Dramatic Club 4; 
Senior Play 4. 



Lawman' 





EDITH LOUISE SAVASTANO 

"They that govern the most, make the least noise." 

French Club 2; Honor Society 2, (Secretary) 3,4; De 
bating 2; Tournament of Plays 1; Newspaper 1 ,2,3,4; 
Yearbook 4; Honor Usher 3. 

Science ...U.N. Trip. . . Books. . . Quiet . . . Dependable 
. . .Edie. . . N.E. University. 



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PATRICIA ANN SCHNEIDER 

(Pat) 

"By her laugh you shall know her." 

Basketball 2,4; French Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; A.F.S. 4. 



Vi vacious. . .Traveling Classmate. . .Scott. . .Superstitious. 
Dimple. . .Brown Eyes. 



MAURICE ALEXANDER SCHWEIGHAUSER 
(Maurie) 

"To make the world a better place, he has shown it a 
smiling face." 



Canada . . . "Holy Mackeral ! 
cular. . .Crinkly Blue Eyes. 



Fiat. . .Air Force. . .Mus- 




PAMELA JEAN STOTT 
(Pam) 

"What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?" 

Hockey 1,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Band 1; Choir 2,3,4; 
French Club 2,3; Dramatic Club 1,2; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Literary Magazine 3, (Treasurer) 4; Tournament of Plays 1, 
3; Sportsmen's Club 4; A.F.S. 4. 

Blue Truck. . .Junior College. . .Witty. . .History Classes. . . 
"You're Kidding!" 



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JUDITH SPAULDING THAYER 

"Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and plain 
dealing. " 

Hockey 2; French Club 2,3; Dramatic Club 2,3; Debating 
Club (Secretary) 2; Choir 2,3; Tournament of Plays 2,3; 
Senior Class P ay 4; Honor Usher 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Student Ccjncil 4. 

"Hang Up!"... Flirt ... Blakeman's. .. Vani No Milk Shakes 
. . . Math Teacher. 




WILLIAM DENNIS THOMAS 

W (Bill) 

"I never me - a man I didn't like." 

Audio-Visual Club 1,2, (Vice-President) 3, (President) 4; 
Tournament of Plays 2,3. 

A.V. Gang. . . '49 Plymouth. . .Typing. . .Helpful .. .Hi-Fi 
Fan... Radio Technician. 





EDWARD KENDALL WADSWORTH 
(Eddie) 

"With affection beaming in one eye and mischief shining out of 
the other. " 

Bcs<etball 1,3; Tournament o* - z-i l, - -ops Chairman 
Prom Commirtee 3. 

Algebra 11.. .Beach Parries. . .Hunting. . . '53 Yellow Ford 
Convertible. . .Harpo. 




RICHARD JAMES WADSWORTH 
(Dick) 

"The world is all before me." 

Soccer 1; Track 1; A.V. 1,2,3,4. 

Navy. . . Blue Eyes. . .Milepost. . . Hot Dogs. . . Grin. 
Twin. 




ROBERT CHARLES WADSWORTH 

(Bob) 

"Practice in time becomes second nature." 

Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3, (Captain) 4; Senior 
Play 4. 

Track Star. . . 13:26 for 2 1/2 Miles. . .Courteous. . . 
"Skinny". . .Carrots. . .South Shore Meet. 





WILLIAM LEAVENS WHITEHEAD, JR. 
(Bill) 

"He was of that stubborn crew." 

Baseball 2,3,4; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Senior Play 4 

"Who's got any money?" . . .P. L Golf . . . '53 & '55 

Fords. . . Whitey. . . Drummer. 



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RALPH ANTHONY WOODSUM 

"Good sense and good nature are never parted." 

Yearbook (Photography Editor) 4; Tournament of Plays 
3; Soccer 4; Track 4; Choir 4; Senior Play 4. 

Handsome. . . '55 Black Pontiac . . . Guitar. . . Nonchalant 
..."You Guys" ... Baritone. 



^Jhus aloo£ can ott&in 

those turrefe , ouhem, th£ etfC 
Sees {be ujorld as onz. /delf pL&in, 
find on& boundless reech of sky. 





Senior Class Officers 

Left to Right: Douglas Locke (Vice-President), Pamela Fagley 
(Secretary), Richmond Poole (President), Peter Richards 
(Treasurer) . 



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RAISING THE HOOF 





Dedication Exercises 

Junior -Senior High School 



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^hyi ±he sifcactuat }bzi; uo& raise, 

Our to-d&L/s and yesterdays 
£(rE the blocks Loith u)hich ue bulCcf. 



DUXBURY ELEMENTARY SCIIOOI 
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th, 1960 
8 to 11 P.M. 



R efreshment?.-^ Eittjj lsjiwnent 



75 S 



Bali Hat 



DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 
(June 2, tg6i 8:oo to i2:<x 



Qouplet $2.50 





""TSJoThher Love 



(A Tribute to Hammcrstein) 

arch 24 - 25, 1%1 8:00 p.m. 

D. H. S. Auditorium 
TICKETS — ONE DOLLAR 



so Umujury i?ree Library 





Standing: Peter Richards. First Row, Left to Right: Judith Thayer, Pamela Lawson, William 
Burgoyne. Second Row: William Thomas, Roger Cushing, William Whitehead, Philip Nel- 
son, John Russell, Pamela Stott, Susan Rodham, Diane Kendrew, Janice Hall, Brenda Hard- 
ing, Betsy Redlon, Pamela Fagley, Mr. Lawrence Dunn (Advisor). 





This year's senior play brought birth, love, marriage and death from Grover's Corners, 
New Hampshire, into our new auditorium, when the senior actors presented Thorton Wilder's 
Our Town. As the house lights dimmed, the audience watched several experienced young 
actors tell the life story of the Gibbs and Webb families. 

Leading parts were played by Peter Richards, stage manager; Judith Thayer, Emily 
Webb; John Russell, George Gibbs. 

Supporting cast was: Pamela Lawson, Richmond Poole, Betsy Redlon, Barton Heywood 
Susan Rodham, Janice Hall, Robert King, Edward Wadsworth, Phillip Cheney, Barbara At- 
wood, Richard Deane, Pamela Fagley, Brenda Harding, Ralph Woodsum, William Burgoyne, 
Philip Mason, Philip Nelson, Robert Wadsworth, Diane Kendrew, Philip Burzynski, Francis 
Benevides, Patricia Schneider, Douglas Locke, Pamela Stott. 

Stage crew included William Thomas (Lighting), Pamela Fagley (Costumes), Sheila 
Marr (Organist), Diane Kendrew (Student Director), William Whitehead, Roger Cushing. 

Mr. Lawrence Dunn was faculty director. 





TOURNAMENT 



TROPHY WINNERS 




CKL 

By Ai A. Milne 



L '^SODHOMORE 




Presented by the 



ector: Brenda Bradley 



jf Characters 




THE LOTTERY 



PAM LAWSON 
PHILIP NELSON 
JUDITH THAYEI 
BETSYj REDLON 
r RANK|DALEY 



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ROBERT KING 
PETER,RICHARDS 



Remember Pam Lawson and Susan Rodham as Emily Kimbrough and Cornelia 
by Brainerd Otis Skinner in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"? 1 he production was said to be 
. , , , the best freshman performance in years. (Whatever did happen to those money 

v belts?) 
by Shirley . 

Judy Thayer had the lead a year later when she was the homely-turned-beau- 
tiful princess in "The Ugly Duckling," by A. A. Milne. The scene where Betsy 
Redlon, playing the part of Dulcibella, a giggling scatterbrain , was being instructed 
by His Majesty, Phil Nelson, will always be part of our memories. (How many legs 
has a dog , Putt ?) 

The Class of '62 gloriously ended the third year in the Tournament of Plays 
with a cascade of stones and the screaming voice of Betsy Redlon in the production 
of "The Lottery," by Shirley Jackson. Judy Thayer superbly acted the part of a 
strong-willed rebel against conformity. Maybe Mary Ann Barboza's little brother, 
Paul, will be a Tournament hit again around 1972. Other members of the sterling 
cast included Francis Benevides, Dan DeWolf, Dee Dee Metcalf, Ralph Woodsum, 
John Russell, Phil Mason, Pam Stott, Diane Kendrew, Barbara Atwood, Putt Richards, 
Phil Cheney, Bart Heywood, Mary Ann Barboza, Coral Prince, and Richie Poole. 

Working backstage were Ed Wadsworth, Bill Thomas, and Roger Cushing, lights 
and properties; Jane Corcoran, scenery and costumes; Susan Coster, prompter; Scott 
Wales as assistant director; and Mrs. Irene Sherwood as director. 



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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 
Class of 1962 



THE 
DICKSONS 



94 Court Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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