Capital Appearance— The Beatles performed for a youthful audience in Wash-
ington on the night of February 12.
Ranger on Target— This is a photo-
graph of the lunar surface taken by
the Ranger 7 spacecraft prior to its
impact on the moon July 31st. The
area shown is about one and two-
thirds miles on a side. The smallest
craters are about 30 feet in diameter
and 10 feet deep. Some of the large
craters are about 300 feet in diameter.
Family Grieves— Gust Carlson, father
of Dr. Paul Carlson, medical mission-
ary slain by rebel troops in the Con-
go, dabbed at his eyes during a news
conference in Los Angeles on Novem-
ber 24. He is flanked by his daughter
and another son.
Opening for Juniors— These college juniors joined
the Peace Corps' new summer project for six to
eight weeks of training similar to that for regular
Peace Corps volunteers. They later did surveying
work near Taos, N.M. After graduation they will
be sent to Latin America.
New Teen-Age Queen— Smiling Caro-
lyn Mignini, 17, of Baltimore was
crowned the new Miss Teen-age Amer-
ica of 1965 in Dallas on November 13.
World's Fair at Night— The New York World's Fair attracted as many visitors at night
as it did during the day following its April opening. The nighttime lights set off the
beautiful pavilions constructed by many countries.
Democratic Victor — President Lyndon Johnson
won the 1964 election by the greatest plurality
and per cent of the total vote in U. S. history.
Johnson became President al the assassination oi
John F. Kennedy in 1963.
Barry's Battle for Votes—Sen. Barry Goldwater
was surrounded by fans at Knoxvillc, Tenn., air-
port September i(i as he campaigned for the
presidency on the Republican ticket. I he con-
servative senator swept to a first-ballot nomina-
tion at the convention in San Francisco.
National Events in Review — 1964
Nobel Prize Winner— Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., right, was
greeted by Richard C. Patterson,
commissioner of public events,
at Kennedy International Air-
port Dec. 16 on arrival from
Europe. Dr. King was in Oslo
to receive the 1064 Nobel Peace
rds are the Winners— Roger Craig leaped on a group
teammates surrounding the pitcher Bob Gibson mo-
•nts after the last out in the seventh World Series
me won by the Redbirds over the Yankees, 7-5, in St.
I'm the Greatest — Cassius Clay whooped it
up with his handlers after he won the
world heavyweight title in Miami Beach
in February. He was credited with a tech-
nical knockout of Sonny Liston when Lis-
ton failed to answer the bell for the sev-
Alaskan Quake— A whole line of cars rest-
ed about 20 feet below street level on a
main thoroughfare in Anchorage the dav
following the disastrous earthquake on
QUXIUH HIGH SCHOOL
DUXGORY FREE LIBRARY
All life is a series of doors and windows. We, as
seniors, must close the door on one extremely impor-
tant phase of life as we enter another. In later years
when we, in wistful reminiscence, look back through
the windows of memory to our days at D. H . S. , we wi 1 1
recall innumerable, wonderful, and varied things.
Certainly, however, we will remember -one person
who always showed concern for the welfare of every
one of us. For her infinite acts of kindness, for her
noble patience, for the help and encouragement she
continues to give to all, we, the Class of 1965, ded-
icate our yearbook to
Mrs. George S. Ferrell.
SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Mr. Edward L. Butler, Chairman
Mr. John F. Spence, Jr., Secretary
Mr. Walter B. Collins
Mr. Herbert R. Nelson
Mrs. George G. Palfrey
Mr. Harry B. McCormick
A Special Tribute
To our principal, Mr. Harry B. McCormick,
we, the Class of 1965, owe a special debt of
gratitude. Since he came to Duxbury six years
ago, he has done much for our class, for our
school, and for each of us as individuals. We
shall remember him, in future years, not only
as our principal, but as a very special friend
who has guided us through six of the most im-
portant years of our lives.
Dr. Everett L. Handy
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Ralph N. Blakeman, Assistant Principal
Junior High School, Mathematics
Miss Susan C. Albro,
Mr. Robert A. Anderson,
Miss Deborah E. Brooks,
Head of Mathematics
Miss Nancy Jo Altpeter,
Mr. Robert H. Backus,
Mrs. Lyle K. Bush,
Mr. Edwin T. Greene, Jr.,
Industrial Arts, Driver Training
Mr. Charles L. Anderson,
Physical Education, Football,
Mrs. Malcolm Brock,
Miss Anna Bigelow Davis,
Miss Audrey M. Hibbett,
Phys ical Education, Tennis
Mr. John G. Hubbard,
Industrial Arts, Assistant
Miss Ann B. Kimpton,
Mrs. Philip H. Lynch,
Head of Language Department,
French Honor Society
Mr. Roger E. Jarvis, Music,
Band, Choir, Marching Band
Mr. Charles D. Kraemer,
Commercial Subject, Club
Finances, Track and Cross Country
Mr. David R. Murphy,
General Science, Soccer,
Mr. Walter T. Kennedy,
Director of Athletics
Mr. Gordon E. Leighton,
Mathematics, Junior High
Mrs. G. Edwin Peters,
Miss Lucille B. Picco,
Mr. Robert J. Martin,
Miss Marguerite C. Pinter,
Miss Janet A. Proulx,
Mrs. James C. Pye, Latin,
Future Teachers, Latin Honor Society
Miss Joan Rotchford, Home
Economics, Cheerleaders, Pep Squad,
Mr. Richard R. Striano,
Mrs. M. E. Sherwood,
Head of English Department,
Partridge, Key, Witerature
Mr. Robert J. Sullivan,
Head of Science Department
Mrs. Wilmot Reed,
Mr. Karl L. Stahl,
Mr. George E. Teravainen,
Physical Education . Basketball
Mrs. Mercedes Tower
Col. James R. Truden,
Social Studies, Assistant Football Coach
Miss Ethel M. Yamachika,
LINDA HALL ADAMS
"I've taken my fun where I've found it."
French Club 1; Dramatics Club 1,2; Yearbook 4; Key 4.
The haunted house... "Oh, no!" I.D...."Hey, Laine, how are we getting to
school?". . .modeling. . .Ann's house. . .Corvettes. . .Boston.
RICHARD COLE ARROWSMITH (COLE)
"Good things come in small packages."
Joined our class in '64.
Arrow . . . R.C . A. . . .short . . . '54 Ford. . . "I final ly got my license. "... singing,
apricots. . . "I didn't do it.".. ."Dinky-do. "
ANITA LEE BAILEY (NIT A)
"Life is a preparation for the future, and the best preparation for the future is
to live as if there were none."
Basketball 4; A.F.S. 4; F.T.A. 4.
hair-do's. . . "Oh, no! ". . .shy. . .smile fill's paper route. . . "Let's motivate! "
RICHARD HALL BALDWIN (DICK)
"We have joy, we have fun, we have seasons in the sun, but the hills we can
climb are just seasons out of time; and the stars we can reach are just starfish
on the beach. "
Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 2; Golf 4; Sportsmen's Club 4; Choir 4.
Kingston Trio. . .guitars, bongos, and banjos. . .quiet. . . "The New Frontier. "
ROBERT CLAUDE BARNICOAT, JR. (BARNEY)
"In the time of your life, live! "
Football 1; Soccer 2,3,4 (Capt.); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 2; Baseball 4; Sports-
men's Club 3,4; Choir 1,2,3 (V.P.),4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1,2; S.E. District Chorus
2; Class Vice-president 2; Tournament of Plays 2; Dance Committee 2; Prom Com-
"Bound to".. ."That's close! ". . .P. K Winston. .. "Hey, Yo-Yo!"
CHERYL ANN BATSON
"He alone has lost the art to live who cannot make new friends."
Basketball 1; Key 1 ,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Dramatics Club I; Science Club 1; F. N.C.
3,4; Tournament of Plays 3; Honor Usher 3.
Dick . . .Mrs. Sherwood . . . Powder Point parties. . .skating . . . red Corvette . . .
records. . .good cook . . . Howard. . . Key workshops.
HELEN MARIE BLANCHARD (HEL)
"Live each day as if it were thy last."
Cheerleading 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Key 3; Prom Committee 3; Tournament of Plays 3;
F.N.C. 3; Witerature 3.
Rainbow. .."I'm hungry". .."Oh, real ly ?" .
R. J.D Lowell Tech.
'C'mom, team !"... "Marine" .
HELENI DAPHNI BOTASSI
"All the world seems to smile upon me."
Field Hockey 4; Tennis 4; A.F.S. 4; Choir 4; Student Council 4.
Greece. . .T. V 'The Butlers'. . ."It's O.K."... laugh. . .twist. . . "Don't
speak so fast ! " . . .French. . . sense of humor. . . "I ' 1 1 miss you . "Hey ?" . . .
opera ... smi le ... "Oh, my America, my newfound land."
CHARLES EDWARD BOURGET, JR. (CHIP)
"Hazards in life are many, so beware even the benevolent."
Choir 3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3,4; Tournament of Plays 2,3.
20-1 1 Shelldrake. . .woodies. . . "Good for a pair! ". . .Boston. . .Osborn's Country
Store. . . "Finest kind! " . . .Cape.
DONALD ANDREW BURGOYNE (DON)
"Seize the present day; trust the future as little as possible. "
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,3,4; Golf 2; Sportsmen's Club 3,4;
Choir 1,2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1,2,3; S.E. District Choir 1,2,3; Tournament of Plays
2,3; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2; Class Vice-President 4.
"M.A.C."...'61 Buick...'47 Dodge ... "Busy boy"... "Hey, Jerry, what are those
books for?". . . "Gunda, got the jumper cables?". . .Winter Wahoo. . .Football jam-
LESLIE BUTLER (LEZ)
"To be what we are and to become what we are capable of becoming - that is the
way of life. "
Student Council 1,2,3; Science Club 1; Dramatics Club 1; Key 1; F.T.A. 3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1 ,2,3,4TSportsmen's Club
2,3,4; A.F.S. 1 ,2,3,4 (Pres.); Prom Committee 3.
F. and M "It's always us, Jawj."..."lf I'm not home I'm at Janet's."...
P-Town. . .squirt guns. . . " Rita 1 "... wafers . .Bahamas. . ."College Joe. "
CHRISTOPHER CANTY (CHRIS)
"Perchance someday it will be a joy to recall even these things."
A.F.S. 1,2; Dramatics Club 1; French Club 1; Band 2,3,4; Choir 1 ,2,3,4;
S.E.M.S.B.A. 3; Key 1,2,3,4 (Bus. Man.); Yearbook 4; Witerature 3,4 (Ed);
Tournament of Plays 2,3; Honor Usher 3.
"Bon jour, Madame I " . . . "Pardon me ! " . . . "Why do I do so we 1 1 ?- i.e.".
le Francois. . . "Ca va bien?"
PAULA BETH CHANDLER
"Quiet at first, but look again."
Field Hockey 1,3; Basketball 1,2; F.T.A. 3 (Treas.),4 (Pres.); Band 1,3; Dance
Committee 2; Library Service Club 1; Key 4; Prom Committee 3; Softball 2; A.F. S- 4
"Sugar". .."Do I feel smart! ". . . "Beupl " . . .B.W Russell Pond. . . "G. T . O. "
. . .Coffee Shop. . . "Paula-Beth". . .College Pond. . . "C-A-L. "
ANN ELIZABETH CLARK (ANNIE)
"Easy to know, easier to get along with."
Field Hockey 1; Basketball I; French Club 1; F.N.C. 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Choir2,3,4;
Key 3,4; Yearbook 4.
"I don't knowl ". . .quiet. . . "I'm hungry! ". . .gym class. . .co-ordination plus. . .
JOHN ALFRED COFFIN
"Nothing succeeds like success."
Soccer 1 .
Sleepy. . . loud pipes. . .freckles. . .tal I . . .sense of humor. . .sisters. . . quiet.
PHYLLIS ELLEN COPE (PHIL)
"For time will teach thee soon the truth."
Basketball 1; Home Ec. Club 4.
Kingston... "Say, Peggy 1 "... '59 Lark. .."I'm grounded again. "... D. W.
cafeteria. . .the service.
LYNN BETTY DAUB
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
Joined our class in '62
Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Softball 2; Tennis 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; F.T.A.
4 (Treasurer); Key 3,4; Tournament of Plays 3; Sportsmen's Club 4.
"How about thatl"..."How ya be?"... "Hey, Stoniei "... "Let's gol ".. .sports. .
Camp Interlaken. .. C.I. T... .laugh. ..tennis... Duxbury Beach. . .accident-prone
. . . Indiana.
JILL DIANE DeLEW
"Don't you think as years have flown that the best thing one could own is the
friendship we've known, me and you?"
Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1.
p.W "Git-adda-hee-ahl ".. ."Can't - I'm grounded! "..."Sue and Eddie are
doubling.'.'... "P-A-P-E-R R-O-U-T-E-Sl ".. .spare ribs.
PATRICIA ANN DeLOWERY (TIGER)
"Diamonds are a girl's best friend."
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 2; Home Ec. Club 4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Prom
Committee 3; Dance Committee 2.
"Hee, Bicky". . . "Bee, Jilly". .. "Summor". • .beach. . .Bill. . .Haunted House...
"Knick"...Mrs. Jones. .. '57 Chevy ... "Hey, Jonesey ! " . . . U. S. A. F.
SALLY ANNE DeWOLF
"Full of fun and friendship for all."
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2,4; Sportsmen's Club 3, 4;
French Club 1 ,2; Band 1; Prom Committee 3; F.T.A. 4.
"Hee! ". . . "Rita". . . wafers . . .squirt guns. . . "It's blue". . .P-town. . ."C-A-L."
GERALD ADAMS DEXTER (GARBO)
"The will to do, the soul to dare."
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Tournament
of Plays 2,3; Prom Committee 3.
"Lambi" . . . lawn -mowing. . . "Saneboy" "M. A.C. "
BARBARA deZENGOTITA (BARBIE)
"This world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those who feel."
Joined our class in '62.
Library Service Club 2 (Treas.); F.T.A. 4; A.F.S.4.
Beach. . .bowling. . . "Oh, no! " . . .Japan. . . "I'll take a bash at it.
saved! ". . .Pete's Fried Clams.
MICHAEL DRUMMEY (MIKE)
"Friendship is a two-way street."
Baseball 3,4; Soccer 4.
"For the love of might !"... "You believe it!".. ."Come on, now". .."I'll be
seeing you . " . . .glasses.
"Good sense and good nature are never parted."
A.F.S. 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; F.N.C. 3; Witerature 3,4; Latin Honor Society 3,4.
"You know". . . Latin. . . laugh. . .clothes. . .decisions.
FRANK MENDES FERNANDES III (FRANKIE)
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart."
Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Student Council 4 (Pres.); Sports-
men's Club 3,4.
Cushman's. . . '53 Ford. . . "No kidding ! ". . . Winsor House. . .Anti-Vespa. . . Louisiana
. . .Louis'. . .Esso Service. . .mufflers. . .red lights.
SYLVIA ANN FERNANDES
"Wei I -timed silence hath more eloquence than speech."
Basketball 3,4; Softball 3,4; Prom Committee 3; Honor Usher 3; Yearbook 4 (Head
"Sure ! " . . . Plattsburgh, New York . . . '63 Bonne vi I le Convertible . . . nurses' aide . . .
Elizabeth Fairfield Nursing Home.
SUSAN ANN GALLERANI (SUE)
"The way of wisdom leads directly to life."
Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2; A.F.S. 2,4; French Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Key
2,3,4; Witerature 4; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Prom Committee 3.
Easton. . .California. . .Mr. Martin "Greetings! "
and Roses" . . . basketbal I games.
,Pat Boone. .. "Lollipops
DIANE LOUISE GARNETT
"Wisdom and balance are not necessarily the result of education.
Home Ec. Club 4.
"You're kidding! ".. .Plymouth. . .H. L shy smile.
KENNETH DUANE GIBBONS (DUANE)
"I take life as I find it but don't leave it so."
Basketball 1,2; Track 1 ; Sportmen's Club 1 , 2,3, 4; Student Counci I 1 , 2; Class Pres-
ident 1; Prom Committee 3; Football 1 ,2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 3.
The Beach. . . "M. A. C . " . . . "Super Chevy" . . . Vespa . . . footbal I jamborees. . . "Reet-
EDWARD ISHOM GIBSON JR. (BING)
"We are no more justified in spending happiness without earning it than in
spending money without earning it."
Guitars. . . L'il Louie and the Upsetters. . .A&P. . . 'Gator Man. . .The Speak. . . '55 Olds.
GERALD ALFRED GOVONI (JERRY)
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. "
Skin diving. . .Brant Rock. . . "The Outlaw". . .black boots. . .handsome.
FRANCES MAUREEN GUILDERSON (FRAN)
"Life is what you make it."
Softball 1; Basketball 1; French Club 1; F.T.A. 3,4; Tournament of Plays 3.
"Oh, no! "... "I 'm grounded" . . . Tassy's. . . hot fudge sundaes. . . Barbra Streisand
. . . redhead.
ROBERT ALLEN GUNNARSON (GUNNY)
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men."
Baseball 1; Golf 2,3,4 (Capt.); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Sportsmen's
Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3.
'47 Dodge... "M. A. C."... "It's boss" .. .peanut shel I ... wafers .."Jerry, watch
out for that wreck! "... "We're doomed"... C 2 S ..."Get the jumper cables! "...
LOTTIE LEE HAINES (LEE)
"Oh life! How pleasant is thy morning."
Joined our class in '63.
A. F.S. 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Choir 3,4; Key 3,4; Witerature 3, 4 (Lit. Ed.); Tour-
nament of Plays 3.
B. P. B. . . . "Carmel la" . . . Fabulous bowling scores. . .cane ... "It's terrible! ".. .
"Oh, -no lie . red convertible .
ANDREA BARBARA HOGAN (ANDY)
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is he hears a different
drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away."
Dramatics Club 2; Library Service Club 1 (Sec); F.T.A. 3; Witerature 3,4.
Skiing .. . Gershwin. . .motorcycles. . .hitchhiker. . .Cape Cod. . .pen pal, "Down
FREDERICK CHARLES KEMBALL II (FUN LOVER)
"Men's thoughts are much according to their inclination. "
Cross Country 1,2,3,4 (Man.); Track 1,2; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Student Council 3;
Tournament of Plays 3,4; F.T.A. 4.
"Pinky". . . V.W skiing. . . "Bean Pole". .. Green Harbor. . . D. Y.C Dana Hall
. . .Kent . . . Drew. . . nautical mile. . .Tutu. . . Shag. . . Paragon Park. . . Drive -In.
Mimi . . . blondes.
KATHY ANN KING
"For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ. . . "
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; French Club I; F.T. A. 3,4; Key 2,3,
4 (Sec); Yearbook 4; Student Council 3,4 (V.P.); A.F.S. 2,3,4; TournaTnTnt of
ing notices. . .gym and Miss Hibbett.
JAMES HENRY HOWARD JR. (JIM)
"Deeds are better than words, actions mightier than boastings."
Soccer 3,4 (Co-Capt.); Golf 2,4; Track 1; French Club 1 ,2; Sportsmen's Club 4.
Cushman s . . . jeep .. .Curtis Farms. .. quiet .. . biology .
THOMAS PICKERING JONES (TEEJAY)
"Work as if you were going to live forever; live as if you were going to die
tomorrow . "
Dramatics Club 1,2; French Club 1 (Pres.),2; Choir 1,2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3,
4; S.E. District Chorus 3,4; N.E. Chorus 4; Key 1,2,3,4 (Ed.); Yearbook 4 (Ed.);
Witerature 1,2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Prom Committee 3.
Jolly Green Giant. . .D.G.Q "5-6 Fowd" .. .barking. .. "It's beautiful"...
"Dessinez-moi un mouton" . . . Mrs. Lynch's Walk . . . "i .e! "
CHRISTINE VIOLA JOKINEN
"No one knows what he can do 'til he tries."
Library Service Club 1; Tournament of Plays 2.
"Greetings! ". . .Rainbow. . .tall. . . "bound to! ". . .drive-in. . .Miss Duxbury Days
Court. . .blue Ford. . . lollipops.
DIANE FRANCES LaFLEUR
"You stand in your own light. "
Cheerleading 1 ,2,3,4 (Capt.); Sportsmen's Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Choir 2,3,4;
Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Prom Committee 3.
"Wi Ihelmina" . . .Skip. . .sweaters. . .charms. . .telephone. . . "Ham and cheese, please"
ANTHONY JOSEPH BARTHOLOMEW LaGRECA (TONY)
"No one knows what he can do till he tries. "
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Soccer 4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4.
Jean's. . . "Hey, Tut! "... "Mr. Brant Rock". . .Ostrich. . .claw. . .radius. . .candy baby
.. ."The Hustler."
CYNTHIA JEAN LaGRECA (CINDY)
"Think it over. If you think it's right, do it; if you do it, do it right."
Dance Committee 2; Prom Committee 3; Home Ec. Club 4.
Middleboro. . .Fish market ... "Ya 1 know"...D.L '57 Chev U. of Mass.
"We are all blessed with success, but only those who strive will attain it."
Baseball 1 ,2,3,4 (Capt.); A. V. 1,2,3,4.
Wirt Bros. . . . "Rogger" ... "Hat Corner! "... digging . . .Brant Rock. . . hustler.
VICTORIA ANN LAWSON (VICKI)
"Stop the world - I want to get on."
Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Key 3,4 (Head Typist); Tournament of Plays 2,3;
Prom Committee 3; Sportsmen's Club 4.
White Tornado. . . "Summor" . . . Beach. . . "Weet, Weet" "Hee" . . .cheap gas-
oline. .. " wafers ?" . . . "My bridge! "... "Gai I 's home! "... Iron lung. . .Clipper
office. .. B. L. W. ... Haunted House.
ELAINE RUTH LOCKE (LAINIE)
"Independent now, independent forever."
Dramatics Club 1,2; French Club 1; Basketball 1,2; Tennis 4.
"Almost! "..."The Junk"... "36 days! "... Jay 's. .. "Brother Bob"...'62 black
Vet. . .Cecca. . .reflexes. . .Windsor Diner.
HARRY BROWN McCORMICK III
"My country is the world; my countrymen are mankind."
Basketball 2,3,4 (Capt.); Track 1; Golf 2,3,4; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; French Club
1,2 (V.P.), Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Class President 2,3,4;
Tournament of Plays 3; Prom Committee 3; Boys' State 3; Student Government Day 3;
Football 1 ,2,3,4 (Capt.); Dance Committee 2.
"M.H. L. ". . .Winter Wahoo. . . "Blue-bird.
ft f , \
LENORE ANNE McDEVITT
"The soul selects her own society, then shuts the door."
Tennis 1,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3; French
Club 1; Tournament of Plays 2,3,4; Senior Play; District 4; Prom Committee 3.
"Don 't worry about it ! " . . . waitress. . . " I have to work this week-end . " . . . redhead .
MICHAEL McNEIL (MIKE)
"I'll find a way or make it."
Soccer 2,3; Basketball 2; French Club 1 ,2; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3.
"Loud pipes and two wheels". . .M. A.C. . . .beards. . ."Jon, I've never had an ac-
cident, so shut up! " . . . J. E. pop-ups. . . "reet-reet ! " ... '60 Plymouth. . .
PATRICIA ANN MERLET (PAT)
"But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep."
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; French Club 1; F.N.C.
3,4 (Sec); Band 1 ,2,3,4; Key 3,4; Witerature 4; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Prom
natural blond. . .giggle. . . Learner's Permit. . .Senior Science. . .gym class.
HELEN ELIZABETH MERRICK (HEL)
"To make this world a better place, she has always shown it a smiling face."
Field Hockey 1,2,4 (Man.); Basketball 1,2; Cheerleading 3,4; A.F,S. 1,2,3,4;
Science Club 1,2; F.N.C. 3 (V.P.), 4; Key 1,2,3,4 (Pub. Man.); Dramatics
Club 1; French Club 1,2; Yearbook 3 (cub), 4 (Lit. Ed.); Witerature 3,4; Tourna-
ment of Plays 2,3; Dance Committee 2; Prom Committee 3; Sr. Reception 3.
"5 '2"; eyes -blue" ... B. P. B. ... Dairy Queen ^1 . . . Hydras and Vinegar. . .always
laughing. . .bouncy. . .M.S. L. . . . "Where's Smitty?". . .P-town. . .New York. . .
ELEANOR JEAN MERRY
"Give the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you. "
Basketball 1; A.F.S. 2,3,4 (Sec); Science Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 1; French Club
1; Band 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2,3,4; S.E. District Chorus 3,4; Key 2,3,
4; Yearbook 4; Witerature 2,3,4 (Sec); Tournament of Plays 2,3; Dance Committee
2; Prom Committee 3.
Babysitting. . .blue V.W. . .'."Best be.
DAVID WILLARD MILLS (DAVE)
"A day for toil, an hour for sport; but for a friend is life too short."
Choir 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Basketball 3,4.
"Oh, not". . .metrecal. . ."What can I say ?".. .Celtics. .. "I can't think!"..
"Forget it! ".. .excellent ref.
STEPHANIE LYNNE MORGAN (STEFFI)
"The truest friend is one who is always there to lend a helping hand."
Field Hockey 1 ,2,3,4 (Co-capt.); Basketball 1,3,4; Softball 1,3; Tennis 4; F.T.A.
3,4 (V.P.); French Club 1; Sportsmen's Club 4.
One-eyed. . .foster children. . .short. . .Stumpy Organ Grinder. . .toasted marsh-
THOMAS WILFRED MOSS (PEAT)
"Hitch your wagon to a star. "
Joined our class in '63.
"That's sharp! ". . .Hall's Corner. . .skiing leep. . .station wagon. . .Blakeman's
. . . Vermont . . . bombing around town .
LINDA MARIE OLHSON (LYN)
"Still waters run deep."
Field Hockey 1; Library Se rvice Club 1,2 (Sec), 3 (Pres.), 4; Student Council 2;
Witerature 4; Prom Committee 3; Choir 4; Tournament of Plays 3.
"What?". . .Cindy's house. . .drawing. . .painting. . . '60 jeep. . .Cliffords.
JANICE GAIL OSTLUND (JAN)
"Never wonder for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee."
"Yea! Loss for U. of N.H.I"., .curly hair. .."Seen Peg ?"... laugh. .. "You
think so? " . . .short . . . "Done your. ..?".. .brown eyes. . .sense of humor. . .
"Who can type?". . .white Corvair. . .Summers. . . "Bukes. "
JOYCE JEAN PAULDING
"With affection beaming in one eye and mischief shining out the other.
Basketball 2 Softball 2, 4
"Really?". . . "Be serious! ". . .Goin' to the Rex. . .roller skating teacher. . .new
hairdos. . .flirt. . .parties. . .clothes.
KATHLEEN MAE PETERSON (KATHY)
"All life is an experiment; the more experiments you make the better."
Library Service Club 1; Home Ec. Club 4.
Steve. . .drive-in. . .convertibles. . .sweaters. . .giggle. . .pretty eyes.
GREGORY FORD PLUMMER (GREGG)
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows."
Golf 3,4; Soccer 3; Choir 3, 4; A. V. 1 , 2,3, 4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4.
"Wendy and Me". . .yellow bomb. . . '56 Caddy convertible. . . "Hey, Prip! "...
Braintree. . .skiing. . .Hyannis. . .Scotty. . .Hoitts 1 house. . .Miss Albro and Joyce
. . .room *2. . . "Questionnaire? ??"
RICHARD WAYNE PROCTOR (RICH)
"It's not the size of the man in the fight that counts; it's the size of the fight
in the man. "
O'Neils' Farm. . .skiing. . .swimming. . .green pick-up truck. . . "Ice Cream Man"
. . . Eagle Scout . . . engineering ... '57 Che v.
ROMAYNE WENDY PROCTOR (ROMIE)
"A soft answer turneth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger."
Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 4.
Clear Pond. . .Poodles. . .petite. . .twin. . .smile. . .green eyes. . .quiet. . . long
JAMES TAYLOR PYE (JAMIE)
"I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul . "
French Club 1 (Pres.); French Honor Society 2,3,4; Latin Honor Society 3; N.H.S.
3,4; Basketball 2,3 (Co-capt.),4; Baseball 2,3; Football 1 ,2,3,4 (Co-capt.);
Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3 (V.P.),4; Choir 2,3,4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3,4;
Boys' State 3; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Class Vice-President 3; Student Council 1,2,
"May I ask you a question?".
• Baby Dol I... "M.A.C."..."H.H.L.".. .Winter
JOHN JOSEPH REARDON III (JACK)
"The harder you work, the farther you'll go. "
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,4.
"Let's go scoffing, Roger. ". . .Brant Rock. . .Big Beach.
LORRAINE ELIZABETH REED (LANEY)
"Five things constitute perfect virtue: gravity, magnamity, earnestness, sincerity,
F.T.A. 3,4; F.N.C. 3; Library Service Club 1,2,3; Yearbook 4; Witerature 2,3,4;
Student Council 3; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Prom Committee 3.
"Oh, really?"... V.W.'s... "Where are we going this weekend ?"... "Hey , Carol!"
. . .skating Sunday nights. . . "How do you spell that?"
SUSAN RICH (SUSIE)
"I'd just be the catcher in the rye. . . "
F.N.C. 3,4; Basketball 2; Key 3,4; French Club 1,2; Tournament of Plays 2,3;
Science Club 2; Witerature 4; A.F.S. 4.
"What?". . .California. . .skiing. . .The Duxbury Library. . .guitar. . . last -minute
JANET BRETT SAWYER (JAN)
"She packed all her troubles in her trunk, sat on it, and smi led. "
Field Hockey 2,3,4 (Capt.); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Sportsmen's
Club 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; F.N.C. 3,4; Key 4; Yearbook 4; Student Council
3; Prom Committee 3; Science Club 1; Tournament of Plays 3.
The island. .. Dairy Queen *2. . . Bahamas. . .blonde ..."I'll be at Leslie's" . . .
P-town. . . laugh much?
JONATHAN ARNOLD SCHERFF (JON)
"He profits most who serves best."
Football 1; Yearbook 4 (Lay-out Ed.); Prom Committee 3; Tournament of Plays 3.
"Li'l Louie and the Upsetters". . .Art. . .A & P. . .Guitar. . . "Got a dime?"
Prom Committee 3.
ANN LESLIE SEMPLE
"The only way to have a friend is to be one. "
"You're kidding! ". . .W. K dimples. . ."Oh, great! ". . .convertible. . . "Hi,
BEVERLY SHANE (BEV)
"A friend in need is a friend indeed. "
Field Hockey 1; French Club 1; F.N.C. 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Key 3,4; Basketball 1,2;
Dramatics Club 1; F.T.A. 4; Witerature 4.
"I'm on a diet". . .clothes. . .poetry. . .Rainbow. . .black hair. . . "Boop! "
MARILYN ANN SMITHSON (SMITTY)
"Toujours gai . "
Field Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 3; Sportsmen's Club 2,3 (Sec),
4; F.N.C. 3,4 (Pres.); Key 1,2,3 (Bus. Man.), 4; Yearbook 3 (Cub), 4 (Bus. Man.);
Science Club 1; A.F.S. 1,2; Tournament of Plays 3; Sr. Reception 3.
Emma. . .E.R.F fights. . .New York. . . "Hel, let's go shopping 1 ". . . "Charge it I "
...colds... "I don't believe it!"...B.P.B Coffee Shop. . . O. A. O.
KARLA THOMPSON STONE (MIKIE)
"Loyal of heart, high of purpose, and jolly of spirit."
Field Hockey 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2; Key 2,4; F.T.A. 4.
"Pal Joey". ..C. A. Alumni ... Sheets' house. . .P. S. S. ... Long Island. . .Fox's
GEORGIA ANNE TAFT (GEORGE)
"Happiness seems made to be shared."
Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; A. F. S.
2,3,4 (V.P.); Science Club 1 ,2 (Treas.); French Club 1; Key 2,3,4; Yearbook 4;
Student Council 2,3; Class Treasurer 2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 3; Dance Committee
2; Prom Committee 3; Girls' State 3.
H.B.Mc.C French accent. .. "It's always us, Lez. ". . .B.P.B "I'll be at Peg's"
. . .The Typewriter. . .co-ordination plus. . .Prom Queen. . .mathematician?
ALFRED MARTIN THOMAS (FRED)
"Noise is not necessary for success."
Baseball 3,4 (Man.).
Kingston. . . "Apt to?". . .McClosky's. . . vespa. . .girls. . .shy.
to?". . .blond. . .Mr. Greene.
lunch time. . . "Bound
DOREEN FRANCES THOMAS (DORE)
"Paradise is to believe in it."
'I've got to gol"...4'll"..."Look out! "... "P. S. ".. .short. . ."Pull out of it now!"
. . . Hall's Corner. . . New Jersey. . . Laughing. . . "I won't stand for itl "
DONNA LYNN TROUT
"Youth comes but once in a lifetime."
Basketball 1,4; Science Club I; Class Treasurer I; Prom Committee 3; Cheerleading
2; Choir 3,4; Key 4.
"So, what's new?" . . . Deb. . .The Beachboys. . . New York. . . levis. . .accidents? ? ?
...savage, there. .. "K?". .. "Oh, well-ya!"
MARGARET TAYLOR VINAL (PEGGY)
"If I lose my honour, I lose myself."
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Cheerleading 2,3,4 (Co-capt.); A. F. S. 2,
3 (Sec), -4; Science Club 2 (Sec); F.N.C. 3 (Sec), 4; Key 2 (Sec), 3,4; Year-
book 4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Latin Honor Society 2; Stu-
dent Council 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Tournament of
Plays 3; Sportsmen's Ciub 3,4.
"Where's George 9 " . . .chapstick. . .myopic . . "I can't find my glasses". . . "It's in
my pocket". . .B. P. B U.S.A.F "I like my hair!"
BETTY ANN WADSWORTH (BET)
"Always keep your sunny side up! "
Basketball 2,4; Library Service Club 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; F.N.C. 3; Witerature 3,4;
Tournament of Plays 2,3; Prom Committee 3.
'Here comes the bus! ". . .penpals. . ."'Am I bound to! " . . .freckles. . . "Oh, help! "
. . .Jamaica Plain. . . "Meet me at the comer. "
PAUL WINTHROP WALES
"The times they are a' changin'"
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,2,4; Sportsmen's Club 4; Science Club
1,2; A.V. 3,4; French Club 1,2; Yearbook 4 (Photography Ed.); N.H.S. 3,4 (Pres.);
French Honor Society 2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 2,3; Dance Committee 2; Prom
Chairman 3; Honor Marshal 3.
Green Fords. . . "Li'l Louie and The Upsetters" .
"Bert 'n I" imitations. . .temper.
.Workin' for Alvin. . .sarcasm,
JANE FRANCES WILDES
"We go through so many crises of affairs. "
A.F.S. 4; French Club 1; F.N.C. 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Key 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Witer -
ature 2,3; Prom Committee 3; Science Club 1 .
"Gertie" . . .French accent. . .straight hair? . . . B. P . B Brandy. . . "Mme. Debutante"
. . .backing up over curbs. . .sabotage.
SEVENTH GRADE -Oh, no!
GO, SENIORS !
Peggy Vinal (class secretary), Georgia Taft (treasurer),
Donald Burgoyne (vice-president) / Harry McCormick (president)
SPRINGTIME IN PARIS
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Harry McCormick President
James Pye Vice President
Georgia Taft Treasurer
Margaret Vina] Secretary
Chairman Paul Wales
Decorations Georgia Taft
Publicity Thomas Jones
Art & Layout Jon Scherff
Program Donald Burgoyne
Refreshments Sylvia Fernandes
Tickets . Robert Barnicoat
by Alice Collins
CROWNING OF THE QUEEN
MUSIC BY BOB MULLIGAS
Prom Queen Georgia Taft
Attendants Janet Sawyer,
(Sponsored by Johnson's Flowers and Sue Butler )
Aw, cheeseburgers again' 5 " "y a wanna run it?"
"Hit the road, Jack."
."Angleworms, anyone 9 "*^-
(Sponsored by Call Paul)
SPONSORED BY THE
"The Ghost Story"
By Booth Tarkington
Presented by the
Student director: Carolyn LaFleur
Cast of Characters
BETTY ANNE WADSWORTH
Setting: Living Roo
AS YOU LIKE IT (Excerpt)
Shepherdesses — Eleanor Merry, Helen Men
Randi Stott, Diane LaFleur, Francis Guil
Student Director — Margaret
Costumes by Linda Ohlson, chairman; Ly:
Reed, Leslie Butler, Helen Merrick, Katr
Stage Crew: Reuben Fife, Kenneth Gibbon:
Properties by Janet Sawyer, Rar
Prompters and Understudies: Marilyn Smiths
Directed by Mrs. Irene Sherv
(Sponsored by Buttner's Co.)
The pointed wit of Leonard Wibberly's brilliant comedy is unveiled in the unusual combination!
of hilarity and logic of Take Me to Your President, the '65 senior class play.
An ambitious young man residing in the tiny English village of Marsfield or "Mars," as it is
;known locally, is convinced that he could bring lasting peace to the world if given the opportu-
nity to have one sensible discussion with world leaders.
The uproarious chain of circumstances which leads to this nearly impossible event begins when
the British secretly construct a space ship near the remote village of "Mars." The hero, indignant
that his girl friend has no interest in his plan to save the world, enters the rocket, which acciden-
tally takes off. He lands on an Indian reservation, and, when asked where he came from, replies,
"Mars. " In the startled reaction of his inquisitors he sees his opportunity to fullfill his desire for
world peace, and demands, "Take me to your president."
In the large cast of the play were seniors Christopher Canty, Frederick Kemball, Thomas
Jones, James Pye, Donald Burgoyne, Gerald Dexter, Charles Bourget, Harry McCormick, Paul
Wales, Robert Barnicoat, Frank Fernandes, Kenneth Gibbons, Gregory Plummer, Gerald Govoni,
Robert Gunnarson, Edward Gibson, Ann Clark, Marilyn Smithson, Lee Haines, Victoria Lawson,
Helen Merrick, Georgia Taft, Leslie Butler, Heleni Botassi, Donna Trout, Janet Sawyer, Francis
Guilderson, Helen Blanchard, Cheryl Batson, Kathy King, Stephanie Morgan, Jane Wildes,
Diane LaFleur, Betty Ann Wadsworth, Lynn Daub, and Lenore McDevitt. Margaret Vinal was
udent director and Reuben Fife served as stage manager.
Helen Blanchard Bob Gunnarson BEST SENSE OF HUMOR
MOST FRIENDLY MOST INTELLIGENT
Lee Haines Frank Fernandes Pat Merlet Jim Pye
( Sponsored by Sweetser's General Store )
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
June brings graduation, the final step in a progression of thirteen long years that began on a September
day in 1952 as many wide-eyed children entered the doors of Duxbury Elementary School to begin their ed-
ucational careers. The opening of this door to education also provided scope for many other activities for
this multi-talented class of 1965.
In Kindergarten, along with finger painting and clay modeling, we were introduced to the learning proc-
ess with reading readiness fundamentals. One not -so-eager student, James Pye, decided that there was no
place like home, and tried to defect. Jamie was speedily apprehended, however, with no dire consequences
.... The highlight of the year was a short skit depicting important holidays. For the Thanksgiving scenes,
Susan Rich and James Howard dressed as Pilgrims, with Richard Proctor and Mike Drummey as Indians - com-
plete with tom-toms. Other stars were Anthony LaGreca as Santa Claus, and teacher Marilyn Smithson.
It was a long step up from the half-days of kindergarten to the full day routine of first grade. Little
Peggy Vinal decided that she didn't like the transition and headed for home, only to be intercepted half-way
there by Principal Donald Delong. . . .Mastering the reading skills, we moved on.
Second grade was a special year for us, as we moved to the new wing of the elementary school. The new
facilities seemed to make learning easier, or at least more fun.
In third grade a rivalry between Mrs. Chase's class and Mrs. Loring's precipitated a hard-fought spelling
bee. . . .Mrs. Loring's class presented a play entitled "The Blue and the Gray" with Eleanor Merry singing
"There's a Long, Long Trail A-Winding."
Special memories of the fourth grade include a trip to the Pilgrim Museum in Plymouth, and Kool-aid
parties in the girls' room. Musically-inclined students Jane Wildes, Ann Clark, Diane LaFleur and Donna
Trout tackled such instruments as the flute, clarinet, and drums.
Mr. Jarvis' musical prodigies joined the Elementary School band in fifth grade and performed in the an-
nual P.T.A. band concert. Under the direction of Mrs. Jarvis an elementary school chorus was also initiated
and made its debut in a special Christmas concert. . . .A co-ed soccer contest held during' recess throughout
the year must also be recorded as one of our fond memories.
A Junior Tournament of Plays was held in sixth grade, with three plays in competition. Mr. Queeny's
room took top honors with its production of "The Secret of the Old Clock." The stars were Gail Cutler, Tom
Jones, Marilyn Smithson, and Randi Stott....Two field trips, both led by Mr. Queeny, were taken: the
first to the Peabody Museum at Harvard; the second to Duxbury Beach for a combination picnic-research pro-
ject. . .Members of the class again participated in a Christmas concert. Now with a solid elementary school
background we took the big step to junior high.
Seventh grade brought many changes and new experiences. We began this year under a new principal, Mr.
Harry B. McCormick, who has become both friend and advisor within and beyond the doors of DHS. Fond mem-
ories of the seventh grade include the choir show (remember Donna Trout, Peggy Vinal, Leslie Butler, Bob
Barnicoat, Don Burgoyne, Vicki Lawson, and Eleanor Merry singing "Getting To Know You," and "I Won't
Grow Up"?), junior band concerts, the junior cheerleaders, the field trip to Woods Hole with Mr. Reed Stewart,
and the Science Fair with Pat Merlet taking top honors for her project on textiles.
(Sponsored by Louis' Barber Shop and Toabe Hardware Stores)
Ei 9 hth 9 rade brought more acclaim for the Class of '65 as Paul Wales took first prize in the junior speech
contest with his dramatic monologue, and won the junior spelling bee. Peggy Vinal received second prize. . .
Eighth grade was highlighted by a field trip to the Ocean Spray Cranberry Company (complete with free sam-
ples), the Science Fair, and finally Bermuda Day, with everyone busily carrying books to the new school.
Ninth grade was a memorable year as we began our high school career in the well-equipped new building.
Class officers were elected: Ken Gibbons, president; Brad Howard, vice president; Peggy Vinal, secretary; and
Donna Trout, treasurer. . .Excitement was at a high point as Duxbury reached the finals in the Tech Tourney and
the whole school went to Boston Garden to cheer the team on. . .Helen Merrick received first prize at the Sci-
ence Fair that year with her photographs of hydras. .Another precedent was set as many ninth-grade boys began
football under the direction of Coach James Kelley. The boys made a formidable record in their first season of
interscholastic encounters on the junior varsity level.
Tenth grade was a year that featured dramatics, with our entry in the Tournament of Plays, "The Ghost
Story," directed by Mr. Dunn, with Bob Barnicoat and Vicki Lawson in the lead roles. Also, Mr. Jenness'
English class put on a one-act play, "The Courting of Marie Jenvrin," in a book week assembly. Paul Wales,
Vicki Lawson, Marilyn Smithson, and Jerry Dexter turned in stellar performances. . .Sophomore class officers
were Harry McCormick, president; Bob Barnicoat, vice president; Peggy Vinal, secretary; and Georgia Taft,
Junior year brought the headaches of col lege boards and a hectic round of activities for everyone. .. Harry
McCormick again headed the class, assisted by vice president Jim Pye. The class presented an excerpt from
Shakespeare's "As You Like It," directed by Mrs. Sherwood, for the Tournament of Plays. Tom Jones, Georgia
Taft, and Chris Canty were cast in leading roles, and Reuben Fife turned in a creditable performance as back-
stage manager. Linda Olhson and her committee worked many long hours making the Elizabethan costumes for
the production. . .Paul Wales received a letter of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying
Tests, and was chosen as honor marshal for graduation. Among honor ushers were Sylvia Fernandes, Cheryl
Batson, and Lorraine Reed. . .Our junior prom, with Paul Wales as chairman, featured "Springtime in Paris" as
its theme, with the gym transformed into a Parisian street scene. Georgia Taft was prom queen with Janet
Sawyer and Linda Adams as her attendants. Mr. McCormick announced that Frank Fernandes had been elected
Student Council President, and Kathy King, vice president. . .Yearbook heads were chosen with Tom Jones as
editor-in-chief ... Harry McCormick and James Pye were selected as delegates to Boys' State, and Georgia
Taft attended Girls' State ... Peggy Vinal won the American Legion essay contest. . .The choir show that year,
"Music 10, " was a review of the past ten shows. Eleanor Merry sang a solo, "Summertime. "... Georgia Taft
was chosen to participate in the American Legion Pre-College Program in Paris that summer, 1964.
Our senior year began with all the drama and enthusiasm that a first year of varsity football should have.
The team compiled a proud record and boasted the upset of the season by downing Hanover 20 to 15. As a fit-
ting finale to this first varsity season, the Student Council began the homecoming tradition with a bonfire, pa-
rade, game, and reunion. The weekend was made a complete success by our defeat of West Bridgewater, 8 to
0. Our star end Harry McCormick and aggressive fullback Brad Howard received Al I -Star Honors. Perhaps the
most enthusiastic of all the spectators was our exchange student Heleni Daphne Botassi, from Athens, Greece. . .
All were saddened at the Christmas assembly when it was announced that Mrs. Philip Lynch would not return
after the vacation. Room fourteen will never be the same. . . .Participating in the District Chorus were Lenore
McDevitt, Eleanor Merry, and Tom Jones, who also participated in the All-State Chorus. . .Mrs. Sherwood
accompanied our English Honors Class to Stratford, Connecticut, for the production of Shakespeare's "Taming
of the Shrew. ".. .With spring came the senior play production of the three-act comedy Take Me to Your Pres-
ident, directed by Mr. Dunn. . . .This year's choir show, Get Up and Go, was a musical comedy in two acts.
Starring seniors were Tom Jones, Lenore McDevitt, Charlie Bourget, Don Burgoyne, Vicki Lawson, and Chris
Canty .... On June 11 we finally realized our goal of thirteen years as we received our diplomas. Graduation
closed the doors of one phase of education behind us, and opened the door to life.
The opening in rhe door to internation-
al friendship and understanding has been
considerably widened this year by our visi-
tor from Greece, Heleni Daphni Botassi .
Heleni,an A.F.S. student from Athens, has
brought with her all the warmth of her mild
climate. Her all-too-brief stay in Duxbury
has left us with many pleasant memories.
Her winning smile, laughing blue eyes, and
cheerful nature have endeared her to all
who know her. We will never forget:
Heleni 's giggle disrupting French class,
her enthusiastic cheering for all our ath-
letic teams, her skill in avoiding gym class,
her inquiring "What happens?", or her de-
votion to that ail-American institution -
television. These are but little recollec-
tions, perhaps, but they add up to a long-
lasting, happy memory of a girl named
Heleni, a girl we will not soon forget.
Heleni personifies the goals and ideals
of the American Field Service; she has been
a welcome asset to our community, our
school, and our class.
1st Row:B. Howard, A. Lemieux, D. Lillie, S. Sibilio, C. Vickers, G. Seaver, P. Prip, D.
Williams, R. Packard.
2nd Row: L. Nudd, E. Hardy, K. Reid, J. Morgan, L. Power, N. Mosher, C. Sheets, R. Kropp,
N. Mayo, H. Pape.
3rd Row: E. McManus, L. Emerson, L. Walker, J. Morton, J. Piper, P. L'Heureux, K. Whitley,
C. Wilken, B. Thomas.
CLASS - 66
Robert Bottenus (President), Peter Conathan
(Vice-President), Jennifer Morgan (Secre-
tary), Peter Fag ley (Treasurer).
1st Row: R. Bottenus, J. McGrath, R. Chandler, R. deAguiar, P. Crocker, P. Conathan, G.
Bernath, W. Burpee, T. Foote, P. Fagley.
2nd Row: J. Goddard, S. Bennett, L. Fernandes, T. Fernandes, E. Garnett, D. Gowan, S.
Briggs, P. Coffin, T. Colburn, C. Hoffman.
3rd Row: V. Dangora, A. Nickerson, J. Vickers, C. Brennan, L. Gorham, M. Boucher, G.
Half7~J. Hilmer, K. Boyd.
CLASS - 67
1st Row: D. Allen, J. Chase, K. Cooper, J. Bradford, P. Connell, J. Chandler, A. Alander,
C. Butterworth, D. Baker, M. Barber, C. Cushing.
2nd Row: M. Garrity, W. King, W. Benson, G. MacDonald, S. Barbosa, J. Fallon, R. La-
Greca, R. Barbosa, J. Howard, C. Luscombe, P. Moss, D. King.
3rd Row: L. Prince, T. Conarhan, N. Brown, J. Berzins, F. Arrowsmith, R. deAguiar, R.
Macaulay, P. Drummey, J. Collins, G. Lovell, R. DeLorenzo.
4rh Row: M. Caliri, M. Oliver, R. Gibbons, W. Anacone, J. Deacon, K. Alves, J. Jessop,
J. Merrick, G. McDevitt.
TEACHER DETENTION SLIP (Student Copy)
Reason for detention
Date to be detained
Time: From To
DUXBURY HIGH SCHOOL
Late Bus Ticket
1st Row: W. Ruprecht, J. McGrath, D. Whitney, J. DeLowery, J. Vickers, E. Wickham,
D. Sullivan, A. Peterson, T. Ostlund, S. Paton.
2nd Row: R. Savastano, R. Whitehouse, P. Swanson, J. Wildes, M. Williams, D. Witton,
S. Wadsworth, R. Tuttle, V. Fernandes.
3rd Row: L. Hall, R. Vose, S. Willingham, D. Driver, A. Fernandes, N. Grenquist, S. Davis,
D. L'Heureux, M. Dickow, C. Smith.
4th Row: G. Randall, F. Paton, R. Kehoe, J. Wilbur, B. Jokinen, B. Haines, A. Post, K.
deZengotita, K. Thrasher, B. Delano.
Sponsored by Kingston Lumber Co. and Robert Barnicoat Monument Co.
1st Row: E. Arnold, M. Fallon, J. Butler, G. Paron, A. Garland, L. Rowley, R. Francis, C.
Queeny, S. Pierce, H. Reid, H. Barker, N. Clark, M. Taft, J. Semple, B. Shirley.
2nd Row: L. Chisholm, A. Barber, D. Fernandes, L. Plank, M. Delano, J. Sencabaugh, M.
Sonntag, J. Bumpus, S. Dawes, L. Dedekian, E. Boyd, S. Dangora, S. Forcier, D. Barry.
3rd Row: M. Bates, E. Devnew, D. DeLew, R. Fyre, C. Chetwynde, W. Bates, J. Riley, B.
RohrTT. Bailey, R. Sheets, M. Phillips, W. Pentheny.
4th Row : W. Soule, R. Plummer, D. Torrey, A. Piper, W. Riley, E. Sampson, M. Coffin, J.
Blakeman, S. Rohr, R. Stancliff, S. Tarbell.
1st Row: J. Turrell, H. Mosher, R. Gunnarson, E. King, R. Lillie, W. LaFleur, C. Lemieux,
R. Jokinen, W. Marshall, R. Loring, P. Morrison, H. Marshall, D. Jones, G. McEvoy.
2nd Row: R. Murphy, J. Chantre, B. Parkinson, B. Wirt, M. Walker, C. Chandler, L. Gorham,
K. Whitley, L. Pape, E. Trezise, J. Prip, C. Bates, J. Page, R. Mayo, R. Garrity, M. Woodsum.
3rd Row: R. Garnett, J. Hutchinson, V. Marshall, G. Lovell, B. Mathewson, L. Holloway, R.
Lench, P. Kent, K. Keenan, M. Hayward, S. Monks, H. Morton, L. Lemieux, W. Marshall,
Mark Putnam (President), Joyce Hall
(Secretary). (Missing from picture:
Robert Marshall, Treasurer.)
1st Row: J. Vickers, R. McEvoy, G. Winnett, S. Tuck, D. Kelso, H. Peters, J. VanHaur,
M. Thrasher, R. McGrath, J. Young, J. Willingham, J. Wilbur, P. Watt, J. Weld.
2nd Row: J. Oliver, S. MacNab, J. Walker, D. Merrick, M. McDevitt, M. Sibley, L. Shane,
J. Reardon, C. Moss, M. Morgan, D. Ruprecht, P. Roberts.
3rd Row: A. Taft, V. Pyle, N. Spence, C. Peterson, S. Rein, S. Power, G. Prince, M. Prince,
J. Murdoch, P. Ness, S. Macaulay, D. Mills, L. Royal.
4th Row: D. Shea, J. Turner, W. Starkweather, S. Mann, J. McCaig, F. Luckey, R. Ross, S.
Winnett, D. King, G. Morton, D. King, S. Reggio.
( Sponsored by The Kiwanis Club)
1st Row: R. Anacone, A. Broberg, J. Drollet, L. Bourget, D. Dickow, D. Chandler, K. Dunmore,
A. Amado, L. Ariango, M. Daily, S. Caliri, C. Clark, N. Gilbert.
2nd Row: R. Holmes, A. Fernandes, P. Fagley, J. Blanchard, R. Bennett, D. Bradford, W. Davis,
R. Ahlquist, A. Fowler, S. Bailey, N. Colburn, S. Aigler, S. Cutler, R. Begin.
3rd Row: K. Boynton, J. Case, J. Walker, C. Armey, N. Fitzpatrick, J. Jessop, D. Hall, J. Drummy,
S. Holloway, L. Brackett, P. Gilman, L. Doran, E. Conathan.
4th Row: S. Allen, D. Barber, J. Foster, K. Foote, S. Johnston, C. Jenkins, P. Howland, C.
deZengotita, J. Deacon, S. Hallowell, D. Govoni, C. Johnson, C. Clark, R. Eaton.
( Sponsored by Duxbury Fix-It Shop)
l_st Row : F. Shea, J. Kopke, S. Smith, C. Youse, D. Kidder, A. Kusins, T. Parkman, D.
Marshall, W. Marshall, M. Larner, S. Young, F. Stone, D. Pickles, M. Johnstone, J. McGrath.
2nd Row : E. Osborn, R. Phillips, B. Plummer, R. Lima, S. Jokinen, B. Penn, M. Pape, D.
McMurray, S. Livermore, D. Lemieux, L. Putnam, L. Kent, B. Nickerson. 3rd Row : C. Ladd,
B. Parker, S. LaGreca, B. Lench, F. Tonrey, J. Pye, W. Trezise, J. Queeny, S. Wickham, J.
Rohr, R. Randall, T. LeGore, S. Reid, J. Randall, J. Wilder. 4th Row: A. Nelson, A. Montei-
ro, G. Sears, N. Schaffer, G. Starr, C. Rubins, J. Stevens, D. Washburn, S. Southard, P. Suk,
P. Whitehouse, M. Mori, P. Vose.
CLASS - 70
1 st Row : J. Bates, R. Aigler, S. Brown, D. Chambers, J. Devnew, C. Davidson, P. Brown, P.
Crocker, H. Bennett, L. Chetwynde, K. Boivin, G. Coffin, C. Chase, M. Boynton, E. Boyle.
2nd Row : C. Argento, G. Argento, T. Bailey, T. Blanchard, L. Beane, H. Alves, W. Barker,
M. Caramello, D. Collins, G. Clark, R. Briggs, M. Collins, D. Cope, T. Garrity.
3rd Row: F. Johnson, S. Doran, J. Dexter, M. Eddy, W. Driver, M. Fogarty, P. Grealy, S.
James, K. Fernandes, D. Foisy, A. Fernandes, W. Fallon, L. Hallowell, D. Harvey.
4th Row: E. Johnson, G. Forcier, N. Dunmore, L. Gorham, D. Johnson, S. Friend, E. Grady,
B. Penn, D. Hutchinson, B. Hogan, C. Foote, N. Hill, A. Gilbert, A. Gazin.
sored by Ceccarelli Cleaners
A great loss was felt by our class and the entire school when, just before Christmas vacation,
Mrs. Philip Lynch, French teacher and long-time friend, announced her resignation.
What are the qualifications for a perfect teacher? This is a difficult question to answer, as
each individual has his own methods, ideas, his own personality. It seems, however, that no mat-
ter how rigid the qualifications, Mrs. Lynch would fit perfectly. She shared a warm, personal
friendship with her students, yet never lost the great respect they have for her. Her sparkling
humor and laughter illuminated the classroom which was itself a part of "Mad," as she was affec-
tionately called by many students. None will forget the countless travel posters, the blue card-
board "Tour Eiffel," the colorful kiosk which played "The Last Time I Saw Paris."
Mrs. Lynch served as Head of the Language Department, and formulated a French Club and
honor society during her five and one-half years at DHS. She brought the oral method of language
teaching, and instigated the idea of a language laboratory. Her advanced French classes covered
a wide variety of subjects from French history to modern philosophy.
To quote Mr. McCormick, "A great hole has been left in the faculty," but the students of DHS
sincerely thank Mrs. Lynch for her years of devoted service.
(Sponsored by Duxbury Legion Post # 223)
Seated, L. to R.: Laura Emerson (Recording Secretary), Peter Conathan (Corresponding Secretary),
Heidi Pape (Treasurer), Kathy King (Vice-President).
Standing: Louise Pape, Margaret Vinal, Robert Bottenus, Deborah Jones, James Pye, Harry Mc-
Cormick, Joan Butler, Glenda Lovell, Joyce Blakeman, Elizabeth McManus, Frank Fernandes
Mr. Ralph Blakeman, Advisor
This year's Senior Student Council has
chosen as its two main objectives the pro-
motion of school spirit and the inaugura-
tion of school traditions. Toward these
goals and as a fitting finale to Duxbury's
first varsity football season, the Student
Council sponsored a successful Home-
coming Weekend, consisting of a reunion,
parade, football game, victory dance,
and the election of a Homecoming Queen.
The Council has also continued a ma-
jor project initiated last year, the oper-
ation of the Coke Machine, to raise funds
for scholarship awards based on citizenship,
( Sponsored by The Student Council of Duxbury High School )
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Paul Wales (President), Ralph Fellows
(Vice-President), Kathleen Foisy (Sec-
retary), Heidi Pape (Treasurer), James
Pye, Linda Walker, Cheryl Batson,
Margaret Vina I .
Latin Honor Society
Margaret Vinal, Peter Conathan, Linda
Walker, Heidi Edwards. (Missing from
picture: James Pye.)
French Honor Society
Kathleen Foisy, Linda Walker, Margaret
Vinal, Paul Wales, Laura Emerson, Phil-
( Sponsored by W.P. L.M. Radio Station)
Seated : Heidi Pape, Art Editor; Christopher Canty, Editor-in-Chief; Lee Haines, Literary Editor.
Standing: Betty Ann Wadsworth, Lorraine Reed, Heidi Edwards, Linda Walker, Thomas Jones,
Secretary Eleanor Merry, Jane Wildes, Publicity Manager Andrea Hogan, Helen Merrick, Beth
Haines, Michele Caliri .
(Sponsored by Herrick Auto Sales)
Editor-in-chief - Thomas Jones
Business Manager - Christopher Canty
Assistant - Jane Wildes
Secretary - Kathy King
Publicity Manager - Helen Merrick
Head Typist - Victoria Lawson
Assistants - Susan Gallerani, Beverly Thomas, Paula Chandler,
Donna Trout, Richard Packard.
Artists - Carol Vickers, Heidi Pape.
Reporters - Marilyn Smithson, Margaret Vinal, Georgia Taft, Cheryl
Batson, Eleanor Merry, Lynn Daub, Janet Sawyer, Ann Clark,
Patricia Merlet, Lee Haines, Beverly Shane, Karla Stone,
Linda Walker, Kathleen Foisy, Laurie Power, Carol Sheets,
Diane King, David Collins, Mark Lanyon.
Advisor - Mrs. M. E. Sherwood.
(Sponsored by the Arrowsmiths and the Duxbury Clipper)
1st Row: S. Pierce, E. Merry, C. Wilken, R. Arrowsmith, D. Burgoyne, R. Barnicoat, C. Canty,
D. Jones, M. Turner, L. McDevitt, J. Blakeman. 2nd Row: L. Plank, J. Reardon, C. Alves,
H. Botassi, C. Bourget, D. Gilman, T. Jones, B. Jokinen, D. Trout, J. Fellows. H. Pape ,
3rd Row: E. Hardy, N. Mayo, A. Clark, C. Sheets, R. Fellows, H. McCormick, G. McDevitt,
D. LaFleur, V. Lawson, K. Foisy. 4th Row: R. Kropp, B. Haines, C. Luscombe, J. Riley, R.
Baldwin, D. Mills, G. Plummer, N. Clark, K. Cooper, M. Dickow, J. Hall.
C. Canty, A. Clark, S. Gallerani, D. LaFleur, H. McCormick,
P. Merlet, J. Pye, B. Shane, R. Fellows, K. Foisy, D. Gilman,
R. Goin, S. Marshall, N. Rodham, L. Walker, W. Benson, W.
Daub, C. Doyle, A. Eaton, B. Frazer, P. Macaulay, L. Salt, M.
Turrell, J. Vickers, J. Blakeman, J. Butler, D. Collins, J. Fellows,
S. Gilman, D. Govoni, J. Hall, M. Lanyon, L. Morrison, J.
Olhson, J. Prip, J. Riley, B. Rohr, B. Shirley, D. Torrey, D.
Travers, R. Williams, S. Macaulay.
( Sponsored by Alden Shoe and Smith's, Inc. )
The Future Teachers' Club was formulated in the
hope of acquainting aspiring teachers with the prob-
lems and rewards of the teaching profession. The
members strive toward the fulfillment of this goal as
they sacrifice their study halls to gain valuable ex-
perience through student teaching in the elementary
In keeping with the image of the teacher active
in community service, the club also organizes an
annual clothing drive for needy children in Appalachia,
Seated: President Paula Chandler. Standing: Beverly Shane, Barbara deZengotita, Lenore
McDevitt, Kathy Reid, Frances Guilderson, Lee Haines, Vice-President Stephanie Morgan,
Kathleen Foisy, Diane LaFleur, Lorraine Reed, Secretary Tracy Colburn, Cynthia Hoffman,
Jennifer Morgan, Treasurer Lynn Daub, Karla Stone, Sally DeWolf, Leslie Butler, Kathy King,
Betty Ann Wadsworth. (Missing from picture: Mrs. James Pye, advisor.)
(Sponsored by Puritan Clothing Company)
Seated, 1st Row: Helen Merrick, Robin Lench, Jane Wildes.
Seated, 2nd Row: Janet Sawyer, President Marilyn Smithson,
Secretary Patricia Merlet.
Standing: Laurie Chisholm, Judith Bradford, Susan Rich,
Nancy Bourget, Sally Forcier, Sandra Davis, Gael McDevitt,
Kathleen Whitley, Laurie Gorham, Susan Bradford, Laura
Fernandes, Jane Merrick, Susan Dangora, Ann Clark,
Caroline Doyle, Margaret Vinal, Cheryl Batson.
(Missing from picture: Vice-President Elizabeth McManus )
(Sponsored by Eagletree)
Seated L. to R.: Kathleen Whitley (Secretary), Clyde Chetwynde (President), Kathleen Boyd
(Vice-President), Maureen Boucher (Treasurer) . Standing: Marcia Walker, Brenda Frazer, Linda
Olhson, Winthrop Bates, Edwin Sampson, Susan Rohr, Elizabeth Boyd, Cynthia Wilken, Margaret
Bates. (Missing from picture: Mrs. Elesebeth Bencordo, advisor.)
Mrs. Elesebeth B. Bencordo, Librarian
Pupil's Name <_f G~
Study Room <f g^-j
Subject to be studie
Signature of class t
Time left study / (
Time left library
Signature of study teacher
Signature of librarian
( Sponsored by Westwinds Bookshop )
HOME MAKING CLUB MEMBERS
A. Alander, C. Argento, M. Barber, J. Bates, L. Bourget, E. Boyle, M. Boynton, J. Chandler,
L. Chetwynde, D. Cope, P. Cope, P. Crocker, V. Dangora, C. Egan, L. Fernandes, T. Fernan-
des, V. Fernandes, C. Foote, S. Forcier, D. Garnett, E. Garnett, A. Gilbert, L. Gorham, L.
Gowen, E. Grady, L. Hallowell, E. Hardy, N. Hill, D. Hutchinson, D. Johnson, L. Kent, A.
Kusins, C. LaGreca, D. Lemieux, L. Mancinelli, A. Monteiro, B. Nickerson, M. Nickerson,
L. Nudd, S. Packard, S. Paton, K. Peterson, R. Phillips, S. Pierce, L. Putnam, J. Reardon,
G. Sears, A. Semple, S. Southard, F. Stone, P. Suk, P. Watt, P. Whitehouse, J. Wilbur.
The Home Making Club, under the
direction of Miss Joan Rotchford, was
organized this year with the hope of
creating a better understanding of home
and community living. Although the
members work individually and in groups,
learning specific skills and concepts ac-
cording to their interest, the club is u-
nited in the task of earning money to
support a foster child.
(Sponsored by The Milepost Restaurant, Inc. )
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE
First Row: Helen Merrick, Janet Sawyer, Lenore McDevitt, Kathy King. Second Row: Lynn Daub,
Margaret Vinal, Patricia Merlet, Heleni Botassi, President Leslie Butler, Vice-President Georgia
Taft, Heidi Edwards, Lee Haines, Linda Walker. (Missing from picture: Secretary Eleanor Merry.)
1st Row: R. LaGreca, R. deAguiar, R. Chandler, J. Howard (Co-Capt.), B. Rohr, R. Turtle,
M. Wiiliams, M. Garrity, W. King.
2nd Row: J. Berzins, E. Conathan, E. King, R. Garrity, W. Daub, N. Rodham, R. Marshall,
G. Hall, H. Mosher, P. Brown, R. deAguiar, M. Lanyon.
3rd Row: C. Canty (Mngr.), A. LaGreca, J. Wildes, Coach David Murphy, G. MacDonald,
M. Drummey, R. Sheets.
( Sponsored by Wirt Brothers Co. and Snug Harbor Fish Market)
19 iV'iBSwYJ'iii 2
1% r a'r -
1st Row: R. Lillie, M. Fallon, W. Marshall, J. Readon, T. Foote, J. Pye (co-capt.), H. Mc-
Cormick (co-capt.), D. Burgoyne, R. Gunnarson, R. Bottenus, K. Gibbons, P. Crocker.
2nd Row: Coach Charles Anderson, R. Fife (manager), R. Plummer, W. LaFleur, R. McGann,
J. Vickers, P. Macaulay, F. Fernandes, R. Frye, J. Hilmer, C. Brennan, G. Seaver, P. Wales,
Coach James Truden, Coach John Hubbard.
3rd Row: R. Fellows (manager), R. Williams, D. Delew, G. McEvoy, D. Whitney, J. Collins,
W. Benson, S. Wadsworth, G. Dexter, J. Fallon, P. L'Heureux, P. Prip, P. Fagley, B. Howard.
1 East Bridgewater
| West Bridgewater
Scoring for Duxbury: Jerry Dexter, 28; Harry McCormick, 16;
Donny Burgoyne, 12; Robert Bottenus, 8.
(Sponsored by B. F. Goodrich)
Jstjjtow: W. Daub, J. Berzins, M. Williams, D. Collins, S. Hallowell,
J. VanHaur, D. King.
2nd Row: B. Rohr, R. DeLorenzo, J. Collins, J. Deacon, P. Fagley,
P. Prip, J. Coffin, J. Riley.
(Missing from picture: Coach Robert Backus.)
1st Row: J. Kopke, W. Trezise, T. Garrity, W. Driver, J. Small,
2nd Row : G. Starr, D. King, J. Vickers, C. Reubens, S. Hallowell,
D. King, D. Collins.
3rd Row: F. Kemball, W. Penthany, J. Vickers, A. Piper, D.
Gilman, D. Mills, R. Baldwin.
(Missing from picture: Coach C. Donald Kraemer.)
nsored by Plymouth Men's Shop and Olive Tinder, Inc. }
1st Row: J. Sawyer and S. Morgan (Co-Captains). 2nd Row: G. Taft, P. Merlet, L. Butler,
S. DeWolf, L. Daub, K. Stone, K. King. 3rd Row: J. Butler, J. Morgan, C. Hoffman, L.
Emerson, E. McManus, Coach Deborah Brooks, H. Pape, L. Pape, V. Marshall, D. King, J.
Merrick, J. Wilbur. 4th Row: S. Willingham, M. Delano, G. Lovell, P. Kent, L. Plank, R.
Lench, H. Barker, L. Chisholm, J. Hutchinson, J. Bradford, J. Blakeman, L. Power, H. Reid,
J. Fellows, N. Clark, R. Kehoe, M. Taft, D. Jones.
^ Sponsored by The Boosters' Club )
1st Row: Richard Proctor, Michael Garrity, Donald Burgoyne, Robert Barbosa, Robert Gunnarson,
George Davis. 2nd Row: Raymond Chandler, Paul L'Heureux, Co-Captain James Pye, Robert
Bottenus, Paul Wales, Gary Bernath, Manager David Mills. (Missing from picture: Co-Captain
1st Row: Leslie Butler, Co-Captain Georgia Taft, Co-Captain Marilyn Smithson, Victoria
Lawson. 2nd Row: Susan Briggs, Deborah Driver, Kathy King, Sylvia Fernandes, Laura Emerson,
Diane Lillie, Janet Sawyer, Donna Trout, Stephanie Morgan, Claire Smith, Sally DeWolf.
With a "D" With a "D"
With a "D-R-A"
With a "D-R-A-G-O-N-S"
With a "D-R-A-G-O-N-S"
Fight 'em Dragons fight 'em
Fight 'em, fight 'em, fight 'em, fight 'em.
Fight 'em Dragons fight 'em
Beat 'em, beat 'em, beat 'em, beat 'em,
Beat 'em Dragons beat 'em
On and on and on to Victory!
With a "V" With a "V"
Rah — rah — rah
With a "V-l-C"
Victory for Duxbury
With a "V-l-C-T-O-R-Y"
Duxbury will win it.
Rah rah — rah rah rah!
Fight to the finish,
Victory for Duxbury.
Never give in.
Duxbury will win it.
Rah rah rah,
Fight to the finish,
You do your best, boys.
Never given in.
We'll do the rest, boys,
Rah rah rah.
Fight on to Victory!
You do your best, boys.
We'll do the rest, boys,
Fight on to Victory!
1st Row: C. Hoffman, M. Vinal, Coach Deborah Brooks, K. Boyd, J. Sawyer.
2nd Row: M. Smithson, C. Smith, B. Jokinen, K. ' Barbosa, S. Morgan.
3rd Row: D. L'Heureux, L. Butler, J. Merrick.
(Sponsored by Schaffer's, Duxbury Gas Service)
1st Row: J. Pye, P. Swanson, C. Brennan, J. Hilmer, R. LaGreca, D. Burgoyne.
2nd Row: R. Barbosa, W. Benson, A. LaGreca, Coach David Murphy, F. Fernandes, G. Bernath,
3rd Row: M. Drummey, R. deAguiar, M. Garrity, R. Turtle, G. Dexter.
1st Row : Susan Briggs, Karen Thrasher, Susan Willingham. 2nd Row: Jennifer
Howard, Lynn Daub, Linda Walker, Carol Butterworth, Margaret Dickow.
Captain Robert Gunnarson, Harold Mosher, Gregory Plummer,
Coach Fuller Marshall, Harry McCormick, Donald Sullivan,
(Sponsored by Bayside Marine Corp.)
1st Row: J. Sawyer, S. DeWolf, L. Butler, V. Lawson, G. Taft, M. Smithson, H. Merrick, S.
Morgan, K. King, H. Pape, L. Daub, J. Morgan, E. McManus, H. Blanchard.
2nd Row: P. Wales, J. Fallon, J. Berzins, D. Gilman, C. Brennan, C. Canty, R. Chandler, D.
LaFleur, J. Butler, V. Marshall, L. Emerson, K. Stone.
3rd Row: R. Gunnarson, N. Rodham, W. Daub, E. Conathan, W. Benson, D. Collins, J. Hilmer,
P. Prip, J. Pye, D. Burgoyne, G. Dexter, R. Bottenus, K. Gibbons.
4th Row: B. Howard, M. Williams, R. Proctor, R. Tuttle, M. Garrity, J. Vickers, G. Davis, W.
Anacone, W. King, G. Seaver, R. Barnicoat, R. Gunnarson, J. Reardon.
5th Row: P. L'Heureux, R. Baldwin, R. LaGreca, J. Howard, A. LaGreca, G. Bernath, P.
Crocker, R. deAguiar, R. de Aguiar, F. Kemball, R. Barboza, F. Fernandes, J. Riley.
The threshold of life,
Revealing to our eyes the
WorMi jjfrve, hate; hope, despair; sickness,
Health; all having been and to be diffused now and
FoRtver throughout the world into one enormous paradox:
Of this absurd world with which we ourselves must grappl
To endeavor to contribute something, in some
Small way, to this inconsistent
World before, and all
Too soon, this
Seated: Sylvia Fernandes, Margaret Vinal, Georgia Taft, Harry McCormick, Christopher Canty,
Jane Wildes, Kathy King, Gerald Dexter. Standing: Helen Merrick, Linda Adams, Jonathan
Scherff, Thomas Jones, Paul Wales, Marilyn Smithson, Eleanor Merry. (Missing from picture:
Ann Clark, Lorraine Reed.)
(Sponsored by Eben N. Briggs)
Class of 1965
94 Court Street
Chou Listens— Red Chinese Premier Chou En-Lai held
an earpiece as he listened to an address by the Soviet
Union's new party leader, Leonid Brezhnev, during a
meeting of world Communists in Moscow on November
(i. Alexei Kosvgin, Soviet premier, is at right.
They Died in '64— These world figures died during the
year. From left are Prime Minister Nehru of India,
General Douglas McArthur of the United States and
former President Herbert Hoover.
Stretcher Cases— Wounded white hos-
tages and Belgian paratroopers were
carried from rescue plane at Leopold-
ville after it arrived from Stanleyville
November 24. The paratroopers de-
scended on the rebel-held Congo city
just as a massacre of hostages began,
and their quick work saved the lives of
Alliance Talk\— British Foreign Secre-
tarv Patrick Gordon Walker, left,
talked with West German Chancellor
Ludwig F.rhard in Bonn on November
15 during efforts to find a compromise
on a new nuclcai Eorce for the trou-
bled Atlantic Alliance.
New President— Foreign Minister Giuseppe
Saragat (right) was formally notified in
Rome on the night of December 28 that
he had been elected president of Italy.
World Events in Review — 1964
Pujte Visits India— The .'58th International Eucharistic Congress opened in Bombay,
India, on November 28. In December, Pope Paul VI made the longest papal journey
in history to attend sessions of the congress.
1 1 \
'innie at 90 — Winston Churchill acknowledged
leers of well-wishers who gathered outside the
intiow of his Hyde Park home in London on
ovember 30. The occasion was his 90th birthday.
Tokyo, Japan— William H. Mills (left) of the U. S. A., led Mohamed Cain-
moudi of Tunisia across the finish line to win the Olympic 10.000 meter event
on October 14.
Swampy Victory— A group of Vict Cong
prisoners sat quictlv in Camau last Oc-
tober while guarded by armed South
Vietnamese troops. The prisoners were
among those captured during a major
battle on the Camau peninsula.
Reunions at the Wall— An East German
mother embraced her West German chil-
dren last November at the Hclmstedt
railway station after the border dividing
East and West Germany was opened for
the Inst time since 1901 for East Germans.
Space Team Welcomed — Cosmonauts Konstantin
Feoktistov, Col. Vladimir Komarov and Dr. Boris
Yegorov, left to right, waved to the crowd from an
auto during their greeting in Moscow on October
19. The trio had just returned from a Hi-orbit
Might in space in the "Vokshod."
Cltange of Power— Alexei Kosvgin, 60, left, and Leonid
Brezhnev. 57, respectively, were named to be premier of
the Soviet Union and secretary of the Communist party on
October 15. They took over the posts vacated by the resig-
nation of Xikita Khrushchev.