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1966 





PARTRIDGE 




DuADury Ko 




National News — 1965 

1 A Wave for Friends — Cuban refugees waved to Cuban exiles on 
shore as their coast guard cutter approached Key West last fall. 
Such emotional scenes occurred frequently after Castro announced 
his "open door" policy, allowing certain groups of Cubans to leave 
his dictatorship. 

2 Pioneer m Space — Astronaut Edward White stepped from his Gemini 
IV space capsule and into the void of space last June. Maj. James 
McDivitt, his companion on a 3'/2-day orbital flight, had to coax 
White back into the capsule after he had traveled 20 minutes sus- 
pended from Gemini IV. Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad were 
the next space twins to orbit the earth. They completed their 8-day 
flight in Gemini V during August. 

3 Medicare Bill Signed — President Johnson signed the Medicare Bill 
into law July 30 with former President Truman at his side. Witness- 
ing the event that had far-reaching effects on Social Security benefits 
for the elderly were (left to right) Lady Bird Johnson, Vice President 
Humphrey and Bess Truman. The ceremony was held in Truman 
Library in Independence, Mo. 

4 Temporary Mood — Dodgers Manager Walter Alston's mood of de- 
jection after the Minnesota Twins won the sixth World Series game 
did not last long. The Dodgers emerged victorious in the 7th game 
and captured the pennant. 

5 Double Space Spectacular — Astronauts Wally Schirra and Tom 
Stafford got this view of the Gemini 7 spaceship December 15 while 
traveling in their Gemini 6 craft for their historic rendezvous adven- 
ture. Schirra and Stafford rode their red-hot craft back to earth the 
following day, but Gemini 7 completed a 14-day mission before its 
re-entry. Making the longest and most significant voyage in space in 
Gemini 7 were Frank Borman and James Lovell,Jr. 

6 Plea for Peace — Pope Paul VI stood before the United Nations 
General Assembly in New York on October 4 to deliver his plea for 






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world peace. His unprecedented, one-day visit in the U.S. was the 
culmination of plans by men of all faiths. 

7 After Surgery — President Johnson was photographed in a reclining 
chair at Bethesda Naval Hospital the day after his gall bladder op- 
eration on October 8. He conducted the work of his office from his 
hospital room and his Texas ranch during his recuperation. 

8 Proud Student — Charles Craig, 19-year-old freshman at Iowa uni- 
versity, demonstrated his criticism of draft-card burning incidents by 
displaying his draft card on his jacket with the note: "I'm a draft 
card carrying American and proud of it." Our role in the Vietnamese 
war sparked the incidents. 

9 Blackout — The glittering metropolis of New York City was thrust 
into darkness on November 9 by a massive power failure affecting 
hundreds of miles along the eastern seaboard. City residents and 
commuters were stranded in offices, railroad and subway stations for 
hours before service was restored. The crippling condition was 
caused by a faulty relay at a Canadian generating station near 
Niagara Falls. 

10 New Ambassador — Arthur Goldberg was named U.S. Ambassador 
to the United Nations by the President after the death of Ambassa- 
dor Adlai Stevenson on July 14 in London. Goldberg was secretary 
of labor under President Kennedy and a U.S. Supreme Court Justice 
when named to the U.N. post. 

1 1 Startling Fashions — Bold and contrasting blocks of color were the 
youthful fashion note of 1965. The eye-catching designs even ex- 
tended the length of campus stockings worn with the costumes. 
12 Royalty on Tour — Princess Margaret and her husband, Lord 
Snowdon, arrived in New York on November 4 for a whirlwind tour 
of the U.S. During their visit, they took time out for fun-filled activi- 
ties such as a ride on a cable car in Frisco and gala parties in Holly- 
wood and the nation's capital. 






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"No man is an Hand, intire of itselfe; every man is 
a peece of the Continent, a part of the maine." (John 
Donne, seventeenth century) In other words, all 
people are dependent upon one another. People need 
people. For this reason, we, the class of 1966, have 
chosen "People" as the theme of our 1966 Partridge. 
We have tried to show in our yearbook how dependent 
our class has been on many people, and how grateful 
we are to them. 



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best class ever. Although it was very difficult to singl 
out the one person who has done the most for our class 
we think that Mr. Kroemer is most deserving of specie 
recognition. For his long hours of work for our Junior 
Prom, for his help in solving our class problems, and 
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PARTRIDGE STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief Laurie Power, 
Faculty Advisor Mrs. Irene Sherwood. 






Layout Staff: Tracy Colburn, Layout Editor 
Rachel Kropp. 



Literary Staff: Laura Emerson, 
Literary Editor Peter Conathan, Linda 
Walker.. 




Photography Staff: Jennifer Morgan, Robert Bottenus, 
Photography Editor Ralph Fellows, George Seaver. 





Business Staff: Cynthia Wilken 
Christopher Brennan, Secretary Kathleen 

Boyd, Business Manager Roland 
de Aguiai 




Typists: Leah Gorham, Head Typist Beverly Thomas. 




PEOPLE WHO GUIDE 
AND SERVE US 





DR. EVERETT L. HANDY 
Superintendent of Schools 





MR. HARRY B. McCORMICK 



Pr 



incipal 



To the Members of the Class of 1966 



"I will study and get ready and perhaps my chance will come. " 

Of all the things I might say to you; of all the advice I might offer, I could never convey 
to you as concisely and as lucidly, as do those words of Abraham Lincoln, my sincere desire 
that you ensure your future by preparing yourself to live and to work in that future. 

J.T. Rutherford expressed it somewhat differently--"Luck happens when preparation meets 
opportunity" — but the meaning of both statements is clearly discernible to you. The willing- 
ness to accept the wisdom of those statements, however, will not be shared by all of you. 
Believer, or non-believer, I am convinced that two words summarize the key to your future. 
The words are "preparation" and "adaptability . " 

As science has recorded the extinction of those animals which could not adapt to a chang- 
ing environment, modern industry is recording the extinction of those employees who can not 
adapt to changing skills and methods. No special powers are needed to allow you to forsee 
the future; you need only use those inborn abilities to think, to listen and to see. If you use 
them, you will readily discover the need for preparation, beyond high school, which will 
enable you to perform a skill or to provide a service which is readily marketable because it 
cannot be performed by every one else. As you progress through this rapidly-changing, 
technological society it is imperative that you continue to use these abilities, whether you 
are in commerce, industry or the professions, for if you fail to adequately prepare yourself 
for rapid changes and new demands on your ability, your usefulness, like that of the dinosaur, 
could become extinct. In short, your generation, more than any which has preceded you, must 
prepare, adapt and prepare again. 

Be prepared for the "luck" that will come your way as a result of your preparation and be 
ready to adapt when opportunity knocks. 

My sincerest wishes for success in this wonderfully exciting world which you are about to 
enter are extended to each of you. I am envious of the challenges, the excitement, the 
knowledge and the rewards that await you. 

Sincerely, 




MR. LAWRENCE R. DUNN 
Head of Mathematics 
Department, Dramatics 




MR. JOHN G. HUBBARD 

Industrial Arts 
Mechanical Drawing 
Football 




MISS ANN B. KIMPTON 
Social Studies 
Jr. Student Council 




MR. CHARLES E. LAGERSTADT 
Mathematics 




MISS MARY E. FLATEN 
French 




MR. ROGER E. JARVIS 
Music, Choir, Band 




MR. CHARLES D. KRAEMER 
Commercial Subjects 
Cross Country 




MR. GORDON E. LEIGHTON 
Mathematics 




MR. EDWIN T. GREENE 
Industrial Arts 




MR. WALTER T. KENNEDY 
Guidance Director, 
Director of Athletics 




MISS KAREN D. KUNDE 
English 




MISS CHRISTINE LOPEZ 
General Science 
Biology 




MR. ROBERT A. McKAY 
Latin, F. T. A. 




MRS. CHARLES O. NICHOLS 
Guidance Counselor 




MRS. G. EDWIN PETERS 
French 




MRS. M. E. SHERWOOD 
Head of English 
Department, Yearbook 
Witerature, Key 




MR. DAVID R. MURPHY 
Science, Baseball 




MR. THOMAS O'NEIL III 
English, Latin 




MISS BARBARA POLICOW 
Physical Education 
Basketball, Tennis 




MR. KARL L. STAHL 
English 




MR. DONALD H. NELSON 
Science 




MRS. HERMAN PAUWELS 
French 




MRS. WILMOT REED 
Commercial Subjects 




MR. ROBERT J. SULLIVAN 
Head of Science 
Department 




MR. GEORGE TERAVAINEN 
Head of Physical 
Education Department 
Basketball 




MRS. NEAL A. TREFRY 
Home Economics 
Home Economics Club 
Cheerleading 




COL JAMES R. TRUDEN 
Head, Social Studies 
Department, Football 
National Honor Society 




MR. DAVID H. WEBB 
Social Studies 
Soccer 




MR. RALPH M. BLAKEMAN 
Assistant Principal, 
Student Council, 
Mathematics 



Secretaries: Mrs. Howard M. Blanchard, 

Mrs. George S. Ferrell, Miss Helen F. Hanigan, 

Mrs. Albert C.Paulding. 




Mr. Michael Sheehan 




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FIRMIN BENJAMIN BISHOP 
(Ben) 

"What you put in you get out." 
Joined our class in '65. 

Weisbaden High School, Weisbaden, Germany: Tennis 1,2,3 
(Capt.); CrossCountry 3; Football 1,2; Varsity Club 3; German- 
American Club 3; Junior Brotherhood 3. 

Duxbury: Cross Country 4 (Capt.); Tennis 4; Sportsmen's Club 4; 
Senior Play. 

Tennis courts. .. "All right, All right! ".. .The Surf ... "Oh, baby!" 



ROBERT EDWARD BOTTENUS 
(Reb) 

"Let every man be master of his time. " 

Boys' State 3; Football 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class 
Vice-Presidentl; Class President 2,3,4; Student Council 2, 
3,4; Choir 3,4; Tournament of Plays 1,3; KEY 3,4; Band 1; 
Witerature 4; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Senior Play; Science 
Club 2; American Field Service 4; Yearbook 4. 

"47" ..."Surely, you jest" ...wit ...Boston ... crazy... 
Scotch ... "Nupe" ...Garfield... "Tough" ...Macbeth ... 
"Get off the earth, Howard" . . .misogynist. 





MAUREEN ANN BOUCHER 

"I love them that love me." 

Softball 3,4; Library Service Club 1,2+3 (Treas.); Tournament of Plays 
1 ,3; Senior Play. 

"Pssst, Cindy" ...art .. .dark brown hair, brown eyes ...Lady 
Macduff ... library. . .Miss Duxbury Days' Court ...coffee frappes. 



NANCY MARSHALL BOURGET 
"Kind hearts are more than coronets." 



Senior Play; American Field Service 4; Future Nurses Club 3; Prom 
Committee (Refreshment Chairman). 

"Oh, you should have seen what happened! "... flowers. .. Richie . 




KATHLEEN PATRICIA BOYD 
(Kathy) 

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

Field Hockey 4; Softball 2,4; Library Service Club 1,2,3,4 (Pres.); 
Class Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 4 (Sec); Senior Play. 

"What I" ... "I'm hungry." ... "Hi !".. .babysitting .. .camera ... 
Oump- 





JOHN CHRISTOPHER BRENNAN 
(Chris) 

"Other people see things and say 'Why?' . . .But I dream things that 
never were and say 'Why not?'" 

Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2; 
Choir 3,4; Class Vice-President 4; American Field Service 4; Year- 
book 4; Senior Play; Football 1,3,4 (Co-capt.); Tournament of Plays 
1,2. 

10-4. . . "Gump" . . .crinkled pink Jeep. . . "Quack". . .pool . . .beach 
parties. .. Paul 's house ...Mr. "K." 



RAYMOND PARKER CHANDLER JR. 

(Skip) 

"He went the pace that kills along the road to ruin." 

Football 1,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Baseball 1 , 2, 4; Soccer 2, 3; 
Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Senior Play; Science Club 2. 

W.W Butcher Squad. . .Tang. .. "Hey, Lips!" ... "Ya wanna 

go?"..."Ziltch ." 





MARGARET LOUISE COFFIN 
(Peggy) 

"What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?" 
Cheerleading 1 , 2 (Co-Capt.) , 3; Sportsmen's Club 2, 3, 4. 
J. P. H ... .giggles. . .always late . . . "What wi 1 1 the neighbors say?" 



Duxbury Free Library 



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CAROL TRACY COLBURN 
(Tracy) 

"And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by." 

Field Hockey 1,2,3; FTA 3+4 (Sec .); Yearbook 4; KEY 3,4; Tour- 
nament of Plays 1; Senior Play; American Field Service 4; Prom 
Committee (Publicity Chairman). 

"Tin Drum" . . .California. . .Tassy's. . . LaForest's. . . "Really?" . . . "tee- 
nine -ciest. " 



PETER NUGENT CONATHAN 
(Nuge) 

"Example is the best precept." 

Class Vice-President 2,3; Class Treasurer 4; Student Council 2,3 
(Sec.),4; Soccer 4 (Co-capt.); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; 
Sportsmen's Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4(Treas.); Latin 
Honor Society 3; Yearbook 3 (cub) , 4 (Literary Editor); Student 
Government Day 3; Boys' State 3; National Merit Commended Student 
4; Honor Marshal 3; French Club 1; Senior Play; KEY 3. 

James Hansen Ford. .. "Quack" ..." I . E. "... pool ... "mishaps" .. . 
flies. . .Tassy's. .. Blakeman's ...pink Jeep . 





PHILLIPS CHARLES CROCKER 
(Phil) 

"I can't help wonder where I'm bound." 

Football 2,3,4 (Co-capt.); Basketball 1,2; French Honor Society 3, 
4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Junior Science Symposium 3; Senior Play. 

"Gump". . . "Quack". . .pot. . .Club 47 . . . Vespa. . .stitches. . . 
Brennan Bowl . . . "You can't win 'em all!" 



GEORGE BILLINGS DAVIS 
"I have set my life upon a cast, and I will stand the hazard of the die. 
Joined our class in '64. 

Edgemont High School, Scarsdale, New York: Football 1,2,3; 
Wrestling 1,2; Track 1,2; Varsity Club. 

Duxbury: Basketball 3; Football 4; Track 3,4; Sportsmen's Club 3, 4; 
American Field Service 4; Senior Play. 

Little gold Buick ... Paul's house. .. "Hate" ... 4 years. .. Butcher Squad 
...dance, dance, dance. . .extrovert. . .C. A. 



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ROLANDO de AGUIAR 
(Roly) 

"The life of every man is like a diary in which he means to write one 
story, and writes another; his humblest hour is when he compares the 
volume as it is with what he vowed to make it." 

Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,4; Soccer 2,3; Baseball 1,2; Student 
Council 4 (Treas.); Yearbook 4 (Business Manager); KEY 3,4; 
Witerature 4; Senior Play Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Science Club 2; 
Tournament of Plays 2,3. 

Nonchalant ..."Quack!"... "i.e. 
"Gump" . . . Susan. 




.Speed-gump champ 





ANTHONY DONALD 
(Tony) 

"If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." 
Joined our class in '65. 

Norwalk High School, Norwalk, Conn.: Ski Club 2. 
Duxbury: Cross Country 4; Golf 4; Sportsmen's Ciub 4. 



Snow skiing ...artistic ... golf 
diving . . . quiet. 



NICHOLAS WELD EATON 
(Nick) 

"Sometimes I feel as though I am the only truly contented and happy 
person on the earth." 

Joined our class in '65. 

Tabor Academy, Marion, Mass.: Marching Band 3 (Pres.); Literary 
Staff 3; Newspaper Staff 3 (Ed.); Varsity Soccer 2,3; Varsity Track 
3; Varsity Squash 2; Wrestling 1; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; Art Club 3. 



One, two, three ... "The Speak" ... unit ... "I've got a beeza." 



water skiing, too 



skin 





LAURA KENWAY EMERSON 
"I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul." 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Cheerleading 4; Sportsmen's 
Club 3,4; French Honor Society 3,4; Choir 3; Student Council 2,3 
(Sec), 4 (V.P.); American Field Service 4; Yearbook 4; KEY 3,4; 
Witerature 4; Honor Usher 3; French Club 2. 

"Listen, Bethl ". . .camp. . .Homecoming Queen. . .Belgium. . . little 
brothers... "Bold" laugh. .. "Yuh, Carol. I'll drive." 




PETER FREDERICK FAGLEY 
(Pete) 



"The wind's in the heart of me, a fire's on my heels." 

Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1 ,2,3,4; Band 1 ,2; Choir 3,4; Class 
Treasurer 3; Tournament of Plays 1,2; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Science 
Club 2; Senior Play. 

Gogi. . . skiing... AAU... "Seen Chris?"... N.H "The group" 

..."Quack"... Bob Dylan. 



RALPH SANBORN FELLOWS 

"A brighter flame I contrived for myself." 

Band 2,3,4; SEMSBA Band 2,3,4; District Band 3,4; Choir 3,4; 
National Honor Society 3 (V.P.), 4 (Pres.); Student Council 3; 
Football 3+4 (Manager); Senior Play; Yearbook 4 (Photography 
Editor); National Merit Semifinalist; Latin Honor Society 2,3. 

cynicism lames Hansen Ford. . .pot. . . Kursk. . . "HMMMMl " 





THEODORA FERNANDES 
(Teddy) 

"The fountain of beauty is the heart, and every generous thought 
illustrates the walls of your chamber." 

Home Ec. Club 3,4 (Sec); Future Nurses' Club 4; Senior Play. 

"I do love you" . . . Plattsburg. . . '64 Bonneville convertible. . . 
Ronald. . .Air Force. . ."Maintain the cool". . .4000 records. 



KATHLEEN JANET FOISY 
(Kathy) 

"Kindness as large and plain as a prairie wind." 

National Honor Society 2, 3+4 (Sec); French Honor Society 3,4; 
Latin Honor Society 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2+3 (accompanist) , 4; 
SEMSBA Band 1,4; American Field Service 3,4; FT A 3,4; KEY 2,3; 
Witerature 3,4; District Chorus 4; Senior Play; National Merit 
Commended Student. 



Piano. .. Easton .. .flute. . .quiet. . .Music room. . .dimple. .. "Hey, 



DANIEL EVERETT GILMAN 

"Things without remedy should be without regard." 

CrossCountry 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; KEY 1,2,3; 
Senior Play. 

"Can't win 'em all" .. .accident-prone. .. Kingston. . .Marshfield 
. . .trombone. . .different. . .excuses. 





ROGER LORN GOIN 

"Whatsoever a man soweth, that also shall he reap." 

Basketball 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Student Council 1; 
Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Science Club 2; Senior Play; District 
Chorus 4. 

Rockhound . . .curly red hair. . .Mainsai I ... N . H .... blue scooter. . . 
music . 



LEAH DIANE GORHAM 

"A stranger is a friend you do not know." 

Basketball 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; American Field 
Service 4. 

Red bug, green bus. . . tennis. . . J.C . . . . Boston race. . . Ice 
cubes. .. "Hey, Bev, is Fisher sti 1 1 there?"... medical 
secretary . 



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LINDA JEANNE GOWEN 
(Lin) 

"Love isn't love 'tii you give it away." 
Joined our class in '64. 
Home Ec. 3,4. 

"Well!" ... "Ya know? Ya know?" ... Billy's house. . .Tank, it 
goes. . . boys. . Morey Pearl 's. 




CHARLES GARY HALL 
(Gary) 

"I cannot sleep a wink." 

Soccer 2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 1,3; Senior Play. 

Cleopatra... O'Neil's Farm... "I'll be back in a minute" ... Wright 's 
Greenhouse... Dunebuggy... '55 Sud...On time always. 



ELIZABETH AMORY HARDY 
(Liz) 

"Open your eyes and see life's beauties." 



Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Cheerleading 2,3; Choir 2,3,4; 
Senior Play; Home Economics Club 4 (Pres.). 



"Well, just wait 'til you hear this one! " 
Louie" . . . "Where are Alves and Reid?" 






,F.S. ... "Louie, 
, U . of Mass. 



CYNTHIA ANN HOFFMAN 
(Cindy) 

"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation" 

Field Hockey 3,4 (Co-capt.); Cheerleading 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; 
FTA 3,4 (Pres.); KEY 3,4; Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee 
(Publicity Chairman); Choir 4; Senior Play. 

Tassy's. . ."i.e.". . ."The Cape". . . license? ... "Go to the beach 
much?" 



BRADFORD STETSON HOWARD 
(Brad) 

"Work long and hard and the rest will come easy." 

Class Vice-President 1, Football 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1; 

Track 1 , 2, 3, 4(Capt .); Sportsmen's Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Senior 

Play. 

A. C . L. ... Hunting & Fishing. . . "My scooter? It 'I I never die . 
"doubles please" ...springers ... "Going gun'n?" 




EDWARD THOMPSON HOWARD, JR. 
(Ted) 



"The world is always willing to accept talent with open arms." 
Joined our class in '64. 

Mt. Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, Mass.: Football 2,3; Track 2; 
Ice Hockey 2. 

Duxbury: Football 4; Senior Play; Track 4; Band 1 . 

"Joe, slow down! " ... "Bound to?" ... retreads. .. "Gump" .. . 

Mustangs... "I. El" ...Mt. Hermon. 





DURHAM FREDERICKS JONES JR. 
(Jay) 

"We are dancing on a volcano." 
Joined our class in '65. 

Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Mass.: Football 1,2; Ice Hockey 

1 , 2,3; Lacrosse 1 . 

Duxbury: Golf 2; Senior Play. 

The Speak ... "Someone get a fire going" ... Old P-444... 
Florida . 



SUSAN RACHEL KROPP 
(Rach) 

"Joy is not in things, it is in us." 
Joined our class in '64. 

Basketball 3; Choir 3(V.P.), 4; SEMSBA Chorus 3; District 
Chorus 3; American Field Service 4; Yearbook (Layout Editor); 
Senior Play. 



Earlobe . . . fritters . . . the Tower 
Wretch" ...Klondike. 



'Ca-a-athyl" ... "The 





ANNE CAROL LEMIEUX 
( Mousie) 

"What I must do is all that concerns me, not what the people think." 
Basketball 1; Senior Play; Field Hockey 1. 

B.S.H ... .hunting. . .fights. .. "This is the last time!" ...baby- 
sitting... "Hi, how are ya'?" 




PAUL L'HEUREUX 

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

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,3,4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Senior 
Play. 

"That's c lose" . . . Vespa . . . "Hey, Frank, you tiltin' tonight?". 
Eddie's ...The Speak ... "I wouldn't bet the ranch on it. " 



DIANE STUART LILLIE 
(Di) 

"Sing away sorrow, cast away care." 

Joined our class in '64. 

Basketball 3,4 (Capt.); Sportsmen's Club 3, 4; Softball 4; KEY 
3,4; Witerature 3,4; Choir 4; American Field Service 4; FT A 4 
(Treas.); Senior Play. 

Dead cars . . . kinky weather 



week-ends . . . Bob, Tom, and 



Donna 

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gump 



Prom Queen 



R.L.T. 





. . Boston . . . roadtrips . . . 

NANCY STEWART MAYO 
"Somehow, it'll never do." 
Joined our class in '64. 

Cape Elizabeth High School, Cape Elizabeth, Maine: Chorus 2; 
American Field Service 2; Basketball 1,2; Dramatics Club 2; French 
Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2. 

Duxbury: Choir 3,4; American Field Service 3,4; Senior Play KEY3,4; 
Witerature 3,4. 

"ssss" . . .frogs. . .posters. . . "Out to lunch". . . "CHIRP". . .Morning 
notices. . .un-rhymes. . .unicorns — Burdi . . .Vesper George. . . Nos 
guitares et nous. 



JOSEPH FRANCIS McGRATH 
(Joe) 

"The dog that trots about finds a bone. " 
Joined our class in '64. 

Track 4; American Field Service 4; Witerature 4; Senior Play. 

Tassy's ... Dingley Dell Lane ... "Can't, gotta work" ... 
Oak Street ... Beach ... "Ain't" ... good English ..."What's 
everybody doing?" 



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LUCILLE EDITH NUDD 
(Luci) 

"Our world is on the eve of destruction; we have to make sure there 
will be a dawn of correction." 

Home Economics Club 3,4 (Treas.); Senior Play; Pep Squad 3. 

Tom. .. "Well, that did it! " . . .Co-Ed correspondent. . . '66 
Chevelle ...sewing ..."I can't, I 've gotta baby-sit", ..."Luc Nut" 
. . . VW's. . .Plymouth. 



RICHARD BROOKS PACKARD 
(Dick) 

"I think; therefore, I am." 

Choir 4; American Field Service 3,4; KEY 1,2,3,4; Witerature 3, 
4; Senior Play; Science Club 2; French Club 1. 

"Oh, yes!" ... French ... potens ... grey Comet... physics. 





HEIDI SHERBURNE PAPE 
"If the world's a vale of tears, smile, till rainbows span it." 



American Field Service Exchange Student to Germany 4; Field Hockey 
1,2,3; Sportsmen's Club 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3 (Treas.); 

Choir 2,3; Student Council 2,3 (Treas.); American Field Service 3; 

KEY 2,3; Witerature 2, 3 (Art Editor); Tournament of Plays 2; Prom 

Committee 3 (Decorations Chairman); National Merit Commended 

Student . 

"I can't stop smiling" ...'47 Mercury woody. . .Blakeman's. . .30 
m.p.h. .. .writing letters ...Koln ...beverages ...Tschuss. 



PAMELA PERRY 
(Pam) 

"We live in our desires rather than in our achievements." 

Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; Cheerleading 3; French Club 2; FTA 3; 
Senior Play. 

"The Speak".. .Babs. . ."You know what?". . .Cushing Academy ... 



JOSEPH HOWARD PIPER 
(Joe) 

"A man is only as much as he makes himself." 

"Wanna run it?"... Leo's... V.W blue eyes. . .broken swords. . 

shop. . .trade school 





LAURIE CHRISTINE POWER 

"Now the hungry lion roars!" 

Field Hockey 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4 (V.P.); Latin 
Honor Society 3,4; Choir 4; Class Secretary 2; American Field 
Service 3,4 (Pres.); KEY 2,3,4; Honor Usher 3; Yearbook 3 (cub), 
4 (Editor); Tournament of Plays 1; Witerature 3,4; Senior Play; 
Student Government Day 4. 

"Wretch, I've got the Daisy today". .. Laureth. . .yellow Scout. . . 
"Hey, Jennybelle". . .big eyes. . . "sssss" . . . U . S . Keds. . .Paris. 



EILEEN FRANCES QUIRK 
(Ivy) 

"Take the world os it is and not as it ought to be. " 
Joined our class in '65. 

Bellevue Senior High School, Bellevue, Washington: Girls' Club 2, 
3; Pep Club 2,3; Art Club 2,3; Gymnastics 3; Basketball 2. 
Duxbury: Senior Play; Witerature 4; Library Service Club 4. 

"Forget it" ... Tassy's ... Egyptology ... Squaw ...Lionel. 




JOHN JOSEPH REARDON, JR. 
(Jack) 

"The harder you try, the further you'll go." 
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Senior Play. 

"Sandy" ...'55 Caddy ...Goin' to Dedham . . .X . K . E "Oh-ya" 

. . .nice pipes. . .Gregg's house. 




JUDITH ANNE REARDON 
(Judi) 

"Laughter is the best medicine," 

Choir 2,3,4; Home Ec. Club 3,4; SEMSBA Chorus 2,3; District 
Chorus 3,4. 

"Hey, Liz" ..."Well!" ... "No kidding" ... voice lessons. . . 
Fashion Show ...always laughing. . .Mr. J. 



KATHLEEN ANN REID 
(Kathy) 

"The most completely lost of all days is that on which she has not 
laughed. " 

Field Hockey 1; Witerature 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Pep Squad 3 (V.P.); 
French Club 1; American Field Service 4; Senior Play; JV Cheer- 
leading 4. 

"Oh, Shootie" .. .dungarees. . .Comet Luxury wagon. . .Tassy's. . . 
long hair. . .madras. . . "Good thing about it". . . "C-a-a-athy" . . . 
"Gump." 





NORMAN CHARLES RODHAM 
(Norm) 

"When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on." 

Soccer 2,3,4 (Co-capt.); Tennis 3,4; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Golf 
2; Band 2,3,4; American Field Service 4; Senior Play; French Club 
1; Science Club 2. 

Skiing ... learner's permit ... "You can't ski!" .. .accident prone. . . 
whistle . 




GEORGE RUSSELL SEAVER 

"If you don't believe as I believe, it proves that we don't agree- 
nothing more." 

Football 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Class Treasurer 2; Track 1; Sports- 
men's Club 3,4; Senior Play. 

The Beach. . .Gump. . .chickens. . . Vespa. . ."All right" ... "Ouit" . . . 
"Quack". 




PETER ALLEN SHAKESPEARE 
(Shakey) 

"Everyone is more or less mad on one point." 
Foreign Exchange Student from Australia. 

Football 4; Student Council 4; American Field Service 4; Year- 
book 4; Witerature 4; Senior Play. 

"How's that affect you ?" ... Brennan's pool room ... "I won't be 
a tick" ... "Brother! ".. ."gump". . . "Fair Dinkum . " 



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NOREEN SILVIA 
"The eyes are more eloquent than speech." 
Joined our class in '65. 

Plymouth-Carver Regional High School: Softball 2,3; Field 
Hockey 1; Travel Club 3. 

"Get 'em" ... Jay's ... hairdressing ... shy smile. 



ROBERT CHARLES STILES 
(Bob) 

"Let the world slide." 
Joined our class in '65. 

Boston College High School, Boston: Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 
1,2,3; Band 1; Debating Club 1,2; Math Academy 2; History 
Academy 1,2,3; Student Council 2. 
Duxbury: Golf 4. 

Golf course ... Tassy's ... '52 Plymouth ... pool ... Green 
Harbor ... "What did we have for homework?" 




BEVERLY ANN THOMAS 
(Bev) 

"Love of bustle is not industry." 

Basketball 1; Tennis 2; Yearbook 4 (Head Typist); Senior Play; 
KEY 2,3,4 (Head Typist); American Field Service 4; Witerature 3,4 
(Sec); Tournament of Plays 2,3. 

"Tool Car" ..."Lock the doors, everybody" ...Duxbury Free Library 
. . . "Ay-uh" . . .Maine. . .tennis. . .beards. . .typing. . . "Help! " . . . 
Fisher. 




KAREN TURNER 



"Born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world is mad." 

Student Council 1; Choir 4; KEY 3,4; Cheerleading 1,4; American 
Field Service 4; National Merit Commended Student. 

"Oh, you guys are mental! " ..."Hee, Biffy!" ..."He's lousy, I 
just want you to know that" ... laugh. . .onion pizza. .. "Do the 
Bee Bee twist" .. .the other Karen. . .changeable hair... "Hey, 
Carol, are you working today?" 



CAROL MARIE VICKERS 

"Life is the art of drawing without an eraser." 

Field Hockey 2, 3 (Manager); Latin Honor Society 3; KEY 2,3 4 
(Business Manager); Tournament of Plays 1,2; Future Nurses Club 2, 
3,4 (Sec); American Field Service 3,4 (V.P.); Student Council 2; 
Honor Usher 3. 

"Everyone's completely mentall " ..."Oh, Karen — that laugh! ".. . 
"I'll be at Beth's .. .blue convertible. .. Ennng. .. "Hey, Laura, will 
you drive?". . .Corner Coffee Shop. 





JAMES EDWARD VICKERS 
(Jim) 

"Through knowledge we behold the world's creation." 
Joined our class in '64. 

Sacred Heart High School, Kingston, Mass.: Science Club 2; Choir 
1,2; Glee Club 2; Student Council 1; Class Vice-President 1. 
Duxbury: Cross Country 3,4 (Co-capt.); Track 3,4; Basketball 3; 
Sportsmen's Club 3,4; Chemistry Club 3 (Pres.); Senior Play. 

Astronomy. . . AAU. . .chess. . . Olympics. . .Fred Wilt. . .007. . . 
Professor V. S. .. .telescopes. 



LINDA ANN WALKER 



"It is better to burn the candle from both ends and the middle than 
to leave it in the closet for the rats to gnaw." 

Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Tennis (Manager) 1,2,3,4; 
French Honor Society 3,4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Honor Society 3,4; Band 1 ,2,3,4; American Field Service 2,3,4; 
Yearbook 4; KEY 3,4 (Editor); Witerature 2, 3+4 (Treas.); Girls' 
State 3; Sportsmen's Club 3,4; National Merit Semi -finalist; 
Senior Play; Clipper News 2, 3. 

Blakeman's . . . "Oh, help!" .. .writing to Heidi ..." In my spare time' 
..."Hey, Bev" . . .Morning notices. .. Publications Office. 



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KATHLEEN WHITLEY 
(Kathy) 

"The Lord helps those who help themselves." 

Library Service Club 1 (Trees.), 2 (Pres.), 3 (Sec.)/4 (V. P.); 
Tournament of Plays 1,3; Senior Play. 

'65 Dodge... Neet. . .USN. . . "All hands on deck". . .Tiger. . . 
guitars. . .USS Wasp. . .diamond. 





CYNTHIA WILKEN 
(Cindy) 

"A world without love is no world at all." 

Library Service Club 1,2 (V.P.) ,3,4 (Sec); Choir 2,3,4; Yearbook 
4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Senior Play (Production Manager). 

"Where's Maureen?". . .Plymouth Beoch. . . "My little red wagon". . . 
Mrs. "B". . .Duxbury 5-10. 



DONALD KENNETH WILLIAMS, Jr. 
(Don) 

"Alas, what good is the day when laughter does not come one's way?' 

Basketball 3; French Club 1; Tournament of Pi ays ,2,3; Science 
Club 2; Senior Play. 

Banquo. . .pool. . .no class. . .Candy stick... high pockets. . .boy 
-'re- Zz~z 




CLASS OFFICERS 



Vice-President ChristoDher Brennan 
Treasurer Peter Conathan Secretary Kathleen Boyd 

President Robert Bottenus 




ADDITIONAL MEMBERS: 



Christine Monceau, who joins us as a postgraduate student from Canada. 
Nevon Kendell, who joins us from Marshfield High School. 





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(Sponsored by Puritan Clothing Co.) 




(Sponsored by M&M Sporting Goods Co.) 




PEOPLE WITH 




THE MOSTEST 








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HOMECOMING 



Homecoming 1965 

Homecoming weekend, originated last year 
by the Student Council, is designed to promote 
school spirit. In continuing the idea this year, 
the Council hopes to make Homecoming a 
Duxbury tradition. 

This year's Homecoming took place Novem- 
ber 19 and 20. After months of preparation, the 
festivities began on Friday night with a pep rally: 
coaches gave speeches, Jill Van Wee I was 
crowned queen, and, finally the Norwell team 
was burned in effigy in a mammoth bonfire. 

The following day, a colorful Homecoming 
Parade arrived at the field in time for the kick- 
off. It was a hard-fought contest, with Norwell 
emerging victorious. The loss did not dampen 
Duxbury spirits, however; there was a record 
attendance at the dance that Saturday night. 





(Sponsored by Bayside Marine Corporation) 



CLASS OFFICERS 




Eleventh Grade 

President Clark Hardesty, Vice-President John Collins, Secretary Elizabeth Haines, Treasurer 
Michele Caliri . 




Tenth Grade 

President Mark Putnam, Vice-President Michael Fallon, Secretary Joyce Hall, Treasurer 
Louise Pape. 

(Sponsored by Barnes, Hall's Corner) 




Ninth Grade 

President Richard McEvoy, Vice-President Patricia Howland, Secretary Kathy Jo Foote, T 
urer Carol de Zengotita. 



JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL 




First Row: Vice-President Jonathan Pye, Frances Stone, Robert Myers. 

Second Row: Mark McEvoy, Jane Bennett, Theodore Chadwick, Carol Foote, Robert Lima, 
Bruce Penn, David Pickles, Frederick Trezise, Holly Anderson, Stephen Canty, 
Bartholomew LaGreca, Paul Pape, David Pynn. (Missing from picture: President Nancy Hill, 
Peter Chadwick, Scott Li I lie .) 

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A VERY SPECIAL 



PERSON 




Nearly every student at Duxbury High 
School has cause to be thankful to Mrs. 
Elesebeth Bencordo, who served for many 
years as our librarian. By helping to 
choose a novel or to find research mater- 
ial, wonderfully dynamic Mrs. "B" has 
come to the rescue innumerable times. 
Because of the hard work of Mrs. Bencordo 
and the Library Service Club, we all have 
enjoyed the advantages of an attractive 
and efficient library in our school. The 
retirement this year of Mrs. Bencordo 
means the loss not only of a teacher, but 
also of a well-loved friend. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




First row: Treasurer Roland deAguiar, Recording Secretary Jennifer Morgan, President Elizabeth McManus, 
Vice-President Laura Emerson, Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Allen. Second row: Diane King, Elizabeth 
Haines, Susan Willingham, Wendy Starkweather, Robert Bottenus, Janet Willingham, Mary Lou Sibley, 
Susanna Power, Peter Conathan, Joan Butler, William Benson, Deborah Jones, Peter Shakespeare, Michael 
Fallon , Joyce Blakeman . (Missing from picture: Hillery Barker, Marcia Delano .) 



(Sponsored by Plymouth Men's Shop and Bernard's Co.) 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Treasurer ' Peter Conathan, Corresponding Secretary Kathleen Foisy, President Ralph Fel lows, Vice-Pres 
Laurie Power, Recording Secretary Linda Walker. 

LATIN HONOR SOCIETY 




Ralph Fellows, Patricia Moss, Linda Walker, Kathleen Foisy, Ann Post, Jane Merrick. Laurie Power. 
(Missing from picture: John Jessop.) 

(Sponsored by Loring's Jewelers) 





Duxbury's literary magazine, Witerature, 
has successfully carried out several ambi- 
tious projects this year. The high caliber 
of the entries submitted for consideration 
resulted in a decision to enlarge the size 
of the magazine. To pay the increased 
printing costs and to serve the students 
and teachers of Duxbury, Witerature 
established a small book store. Open four 
days a week during lunch and staffed by 
members of the Witerature staff, the 
store offers a wide variety of paperback 
books in many subjects. 



WITERATURE 




Seated: Literary Editor Elizabeth Haines, Publicity Chairman Jane Merrick, Editor Ann Post, Treasurer 
Linda Walker, Secretary Beverly Thomas. Standing: Peter Shakespeare, Laurie Power, Laura Emerson, Roland 
deAguiar, Diane Li I lie, Robert Bottenus. (Missing from picture: Richard Packard, Joseph McGrath, Nancy 
Mayo, Kathleen Foisy, Eileen Quirk, Carol Butterworth, Meredith Barber, Kathleen Cooper, Gael McDevitt, 
Katherine deZengotita, Candace Luscombe, Deborah Driver, Diane L'Heureux, Patricia Moss, Andrea Galiano, 
Laurie Chisholm, Louise Pape, Nancy Clark, Marjorie Sonntag, Joan Hutchinson, Susan Bradford, Joyce Hall, 
Kathleen Keenan, Charlotte Queeny, Holly Reid, Elizabeth Trezise.) 




Seated: Cynthia Hoffman, Head Typist Beverly Thomas, Karen Turner, Secretary Diane King, Editor Linda 
Walker, Laura Emerson, Elizabeth Haines, Diane Lillie. Standing: Susan Bradford, Jane Merrick, Nancy 
Clark, David Col lins, Laurie Chisholm, Mark Lanyon, Louise Pape, Robert Bottenus, Kathleen Keenan, Laurie 
Power, Joan Butler, Margaret Dickow, Ann Post, Candace Luscombe, Patricia Moss, Diane L'Heureux, John 
Wildes, Richard Packard, Roland deAguiar. (Missing from picture: Tracy Colburn, Publicity Chairman Nancy 
Mayo, Elizabeth McManus, Business Manager Carol Vickers, William Benson, Kathleen Cooper, Janis Berzins, 
Clark Hardesty.) 



THE KEY 






key raJi 

SUCCESS 





First row: Diane Lillie, Catherine Alves, Judith Reardon, Agnes Stevens, Rachel Kropp, Elizabeth Shirley, 
Sarah Pierce, Daniel Gilman, John Brennan, President Roger Goin, Marilyn Turner, Charlotte Queeny, Joan 
Butler, Kathleen Foisy, Secretary Kathleen Cooper, Nancy Mayo. Second row: Laurie Power, Elizabeth 
Haines, Maura McDevitt, Karen Turner, Cynthia Hoffman, Andrea Garland, Richard Packard, David Travers, 
Deborah Jones, Brenda Jokinen, Gael McDevitt, Joyce Hall, Jean McCaig, Sally Dawes. Third row: 
Carolyn Nourse, Jane Bumpus, Deborah Dickow, Candace Luscombe, Susan Wi I lingham, Richard Williams, 
Lloyd Salt, Winthrop Bates, Patricia Moss, Wendy Starkweather, Candace Jenkins, Pamela Ness, Nancy Clark, 
Fourth row: Katharine Boynton, Joyce Blakeman, Nancy Spence, Lori Plank, David Witton, Allan Eaton, 
Raymond Chandler, Robert Bottenus, John Wildes, Peter Fagley, Margaret Dickow, Ellen Conathan, Deborah 
Barber, Julia Fellows. (Missing from picture: Ralph Fellows, Elizabeth Hardy, Peter Shakespeare, John Collins, 
Wesley Daub, Marjorie Sonntag, Patricia Howland.) 



CHOIR 



This year was a special one for Duxbury as the 
school hosted the fourteenth annual Southeastern 
Massachusetts School Bandmasters' Association on 
March 20. Our own Mr. Jarvis, being president of 
SEMSBA, directed the concert in which twenty- 
three Duxbury band and choir members participated. 

The choir show was also put on this spring. "Get 
Up and Go" was a lively production and a 
great success. 



(Sponsored by The Turn table ) 






First row: Joan Butler, Patricia Gilman, Elizabeth Shirley, Julia Fellows. Second row: Linda Putnam, 
Stephen Canty, Joel Small, Robert Lima. Third row: William Driver, Carolyn Doyle, Lloyd Salt, David 
Trovers, Charles Rates, Richard Williams , David Collins, Joyce Hall. Fourth row: Lee Morrison, James Riley, 
Roderick Jones, Stephen Oilman, Daniel Gilman, Roger Goin, Mark Lanyon, Dennis Govoni, Bruce Rohr. 
(Missing from picture: Ralph Fellows, Joseph Myers, Norman Rodham, Linda Walker, William Benson, Wesley 
Daub, Brenda Frazer, Peter Macau ley, Judith Ohlson, David Torrey, Robert Bennett, Susan Macau ley, Sari 
Rein, Donald Wolfgang.) 




First row: Treasurer Sandra Davis, Secretary Carol Vickers. President Jane Merrick, Vice-President Diane King. 
Second row: Pamela Ness,Gayle Prince Janice Wi Ibur, Bonnie Mathewson, Susan Dangora, Martha Lunn . 
Third row: Janet Murdoch, Louise Pape, Judith Bradford, Susan Bradford, Nan Grenquist, Patricia Gilman. 
(Missing from picture: Deborah Davis, Sally Dawes, Carolyn Doyle, Theodora Fernandes, Alice Peterson, 
Kathleen Whitley •) 




FUTURE TEACHERS 




LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB 




Seated: Brenda Frazer, President Kathleen Boyd, Vice-President Kathleen Whitley, Treasurer Barry V 
Standing: Eileen Quirk, Maureen Boucher, Winthrop Bates, Bradford Sampson, Clyde Chetwynde, Su 
Margaret Bates. (Missing from picture: Valerie Fernandes, Secretary Cynthia Wilken.) 



(Sponsored by Millbrook Market) 




First row: Vice-President Judith Reardon, Treasurer Luc ;l le Nudd. Secretary Theodora Fernandes, 
Second row: Linda Gowen, Sandra Paton, Marcia Oliver, Arnette Alander, Lisa Mancinelli, Edith Garnett, 
(Missing from picture: Marcia Nickerson, Carol Egan, Historian Janet Chandler, President Elizabeth Hardy, 
Susan Dangora, Nevon Kendall.) 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



This year President Elizabeth Hardy and the other 
members of the Home Economics Club have worked 
on many projects such as a bake sale, a fashion 
show, and a collection of old toys repaired and 
sent to a nearby orphanage. Mrs. Neal Trefry, the 
club's advisor, has permitted these girls to do most 
of the work on their own, and this system has prov- 
ed to be very successful. The Home Economics 
Club is quite an example of a group of people with 
lots of initiative. 



MEMBERS OF THE CLUB 

Dorothy Allen, Catherine Alves, Donna Baker, Abigail Barber, Meredith Barber, Hillery Barker, Joyce 
Blakeman, Robert Bottenus, Nancy Bourget, Linda Brackett, Judith Bradford, Susan Bradford, John Brennan, 
Jane Bumpus, Joan Butler, Carol Butterworth, Michele Caliri, Raymond Chandler, Laurie Chisholm, Nancy 
Clark, Tracy Colburn, Wesley Daub, George Davis, Louise Dedekien, Barbara Delano, Katharine deZengotita, 
Deborah Dickow, Deborah Driver, Allan Eaton, Laura Emerson, Julia Fellows, Kathleen Foisy, Andrea Garland, 
Leah Gorham, Laurie Gorham, Nan Grenquist, Marcia Hagger, Elizabeth Haines, Joyce Hall, Jennifer 
Howard, Joan Hutchinson, Brenda Jokinen, Deborah Jones, Kathleen Keenan, Diane King, Rachel Kropp, 
Mark Lanyon, Prise ilia Lamer, Robin Lench, Diane Lillie, Candace Luscombe, Nancy Mayo, Gael McDevitt, 
Joseph McGrath, Jane Merrick, Jennifer Morgan, Patricia Moss, Richard Packard, Louise Pape, Secretary 
Ann Post, President Laurie Power, Charlotte Queeny, Holly Reid, Kathleen Reid, Norman Rodham, Peter 
Shakespeare, Marjorie Taft, Beverly Thomas, Karen Thrasher, Elizabeth Trezise, Karen Turner, Vice-President 
and Treasurer Carol Vickers, Linda Walker, John Wildes, Susan Willingham. 



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A letter from a German girl named Alida, and Heidi 
Pape of Duxbury was on her way to Europe. As a 
participant in the American Field Service program, 
Heidi is spending this year in Cologne, Germany. 
Heidi is the first Duxbury student in several years 
to be selected to be an "AFSer," the first person 
from DHS ever to participate in the year-long pro- 
gram of the American Field Service. 
Although the Class of '66 and, indeed, the entire 
school have missed Heidi very much this year, each 
of us is proud of our unofficial ambassador to 
Germany. 



Who is that handsome, intelligent boy with the 
quick sense of humor and the great ability to make 
friends? It's Peter Shakespeare, our exchange 
student this year from Darwin, Australia. Peter is 
known for his fine performance on the football 
field, as well as for his contributions in the class- 
room. Truly one of the most adaptable exchange 
students to come to Duxbury, "Shakie" has become 
an integral part of our class, our school, and our 
town. 





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FOOTBALL 
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First Row: David Shea, Richard Gunnarson, George Morgan, Michael Fallon, Robert Frye, 
Richard Lillie. 

Second Row: John Quirk, Roland deAguiar, Edward Howard, Robert Bottenus, Phillips 
Crocker (co-capt.), Christopher Brennan (co-capt .)/ Raymond Chandler, George Davis, 
Peter Shakespeare, Peter Fagley. 

Third Row: Coach Charles Anderson Assistant Coach John Hubbard Ricardo deAgjiar, 
Stephen Wadsworth, Clark Hardesty, Peter Macaulay. Edward Sampson, William Benson, 
Jeffrey Vickers, John Fallon, John Collins, James Riley, Assistant Coach Colonel Truden. 
(Missing from picture: George Seaver, William Anacone, John Blanchard, Donald Wolfganc 
Robert Anacone, Paul Roberts, Leonard Ariagno, Allen Piper, Robert Morgan, p au | Fagley/ 
Ralph Fellows (manager) 



(Sponsored by Village Pharmacy) 




First row: Randal Moore, George McEvoy, Michael Fallon, Michael Garrity Second row: Gary MacDonald, 
Peter Conathan, Raymond Chandler, Robert Bottenus, Joseph Myers. (Missing from picture: Edward Conathan, 
Robert Barbosa.) 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 





GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

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(Soonsored by Duxbury 5 & 10 and Sue Butler's) 




First row: Robert Marshall, Geoffrey Morton, Karl Pingree, Thomas Storrs, Stephen Caliri, Arthur Taft, Richard 
McEvoy, Robert Garrity. Second row: Robert Sawyer, Janis Berzins, Nicholas Brown, Mark Reed, Robert 
Bennett, Donald Barry, Robert LaGreca, Robert Tuttle, Co-captain Michael Williams, Wesley Daub, David 
Torrey. Third row: Manager Mark Lanyon, Co-captain Peter Conathan, William King, Gregory Winnett, Gary 
MacDonald, Co captain Norman Rodham, Gary Hall, Edward Conathan, Allan Eaton, Lloyd Salt, Wesley Riley, 
Bruce Rohr. (Missing from picture: Robert Barbosa, Michael Garrity , Steven Reggio.) 





First Row: Kathy Foote, Laura Emerson, Cynthia Hoffman (co-captain), Elizabeth McManus (co-captain), 
Jennifer Morgan, Joan Butler. Second Row: Julia Fellows, Hi I lery Barker, Deborah Jones, Nancy Clark, 
Linda Walker, Jane Merrick. Third Row: Louise Pape, Laurie Chisholm, Glenda Lovell, Joyce Blakeman, 
Joyce Hall, Kathleen Cooper, Diane King, Diane L'Heureux, (Missing from Picture: Kathleen Boyd, Robin 
Lench, Sandra Burdick, Virginia Marshall, and managers Ann Post and Deborah Driver.) 



(Sponsored by Plymouth-Home National Bank) 



Seated: William LaFleur, John Jessop, Robert Tuttle, Ricardo deAguiar, Robert LaGreca, George McEvoy. 
Standing: Michael Fallon, William Anacone, John Hilmer, Coach David Murphy, Christopher Brennan, 
William Benson, Gary Bernath. (Missing from picture: Michael Drummey, Robert Frye, Thomas Parkman.) 



(Sponsored by Bay Motor Co. and Louis' Barber Shop) 



First row: Thomas Parkman, Donald King, Robert Govoni, David Gui Iderson, Ronald Marshall, Douglas King. 
Second row: John Vickers, Daniel Gilman, Co-captain James Vickers, Joel Kopke, Joseph Myers, Co-captain 
Benjamin Bishop, David Collins. 



TRACK 




First Row: William Driver, Frank Johnson, Scott Livermore, Douglas MacMurray, Stetson Hallowell, Douglas 
King, Joel Small. Second Row: Robert Marshall, Peter Macaulay, Lee Morrison, James Vickers, John Collins, 
Bruce Rohr, William Davis. (Missing from picture: George Davis, Robert Barbosa, Steven Barbosa, Peter 
Fagley, David Collins, James Riley.) 



BOYS' TENNIS 





Kneeling: Laurie Chisholm, Joan Butler. Standing: Louise Pape, Carol Butterworth, Coach Audrey Hibbett, 
Dorothy Allen, Jennifer Howard. (Missing from picture: Leah Gorham, Laurie Gorham, Sandra Allen, 
Meredith Barber, Susan Bradford.) 



GIRLS' TENNIS 




CHEERLEADERS 




Captain Elizabeth McManus 



SPORTSMEN'S CLUB 




MEMBERS OF THE CLUB 



Dorothy Allen, William Anacone, Karen Barbosa, Robert Barbosc, Stephen Barbosa, Wiliiam 
Benson, Janis Berzins, Benjamin Bishop, Joyce Blakeman, Robert Bottenus, Christopher Brennan, Nicholas 
Brown, Joan Butler, Raymond Chandler, Laurie Chisholm, Margaret Coffin, David Collins, John Collins, 
Edward Conathan, Peter Conathan, Kathleen Cooper, Phillips Crocker, Wesley Daub, George Davis, 
Ricardo deAguiar, Rolando de Aguiar, Margaret Dickow, Deborah Driver, Laura Emerson, Peter Fagley, 
John Fallon, Michael Fallon, Ralph Fellows, Michael Garrity, Daniel Gilman, Robert Gunnarson, Gary 
Hall, Joyce Hall, Clark Hardesty, Cynthia Hoffman, Bradford Howard, Edward Howard, Jennifer Howard, 
John Jessop, William King, Roger LaGreca, Mark Lanyon, Diane L'Heureux, Paul L'Heureux, Diane 
Lillie, Peter Macau lay, Virginia Marshall, Gary MacDonald, George McEvoy, Richard McEvoy, Elizabeth 
McManus, Jane Merrick. George Morgan, Harold Mosher, Patricia Moss, Joseph Myers, Heidi Pape, 
Louise Pape, Allen Pipe:, John Quirk, Mark Reed, Wesley Riley, Norman Rodham, Bruce Rohr, George 
Seaver, Peter Shakespeare, Thomas Storr s, Robert Turtle, James Vickers, Jeffrey Vickers, Stephen 
Wadsworth, Linda Walker, Karen Whitley, Edward Wickham, Michael Williams, David Witton. 



(Socnscrec oy the Boosters' Club) 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 



Class of 1966 



THE 
DICKSONS 



94 Court Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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»- ; World News— 1965 



1 Humanitarian Dies — Dr. Albert Schweitzer died in September at 
Lambarene, his primitive hospital at the African jungle outpost of 
Gabon. The famed physician, who reached his 90th birthday in 
January, worked most of his life to relieve the suffering of jungle 
natives. 

2 Queen Speaks — Queen Elizabeth II dedicated the John F. Kennedy 
memorial at Runnymede, England on May 14. Mrs. Kennedy is 
seated to the left and Prince Philip to the right of the queen. Carolyn 
Kennedy is seated between the queen and her mother, and Sen. 
Robert Kennedy stands behind Mrs. Kennedy. 

3 Miss Universe — The reigning queen of beauty in the universe dur- 
ing the year was a representative from Thailand. 

4 Bosch Returns — Former Dominican Republic President Juan Bosch 
was vehement in his address at a rally September 25, shortly after 
his return to Santo Domingo. 

5 Wins in Run- Off— Charles deGaulle polled 55.2 per cent of the vote 
in a run-off election against Francois Mitterrand on December 19. 
The vote gave DeGaulle the French presidency for another 7 years, 
but the strength of the Socialist-Communistic candidate corroded the 
popularity of the 71-year-old president.. 

6 Agrees to Cease-Ftre — Pakistani Foreign Minister Zulfikar Bhutto 
(right) agreed in the U.N. Security Council on September 22 to ac- 
cept the Council's cease-fire order in the undeclared war between 
Pakistan and India. Pakistan's announcement came after India had 
agreed to the order. 

7 Abortive Coup Fails — Indonesian President Sukarno was toppled 
from power for a brief 20 hours last fall. He gestured at a cabinet 




meeting on October 6 during his first public appearance after the 
coup, which seriously shook his one-man rule. 

8 Soviet Winner — Russian author Mikhail Sholokhov was vacationing 
in the Ural region on October 18 when he heard he had been 
awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize for Literature. The December award 
ceremony was held in Stockholm. 

9 Return to Desolation — Hundreds of families returned to the wreckage 
of their homes, destroyed by eruption of Taal volcano, south of Ma- 
nila, on September 28. Volcanic ash covered a six-mile-square area. 
The death toll was estimated at 500. 

1 Price of War— The number of casualties increased as the U.S. 
stepped up its military action in V ietnam. American advisors took 
part in many helicopter missions, carrying wounded soldiers, both 
Vietnamese and American, to copters on makeshift litters for evac- 
uation to Saigon. 

1 1 Reason to Celebrate — Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of West Germany 
waved to a cheering crowd in Bonn after his Christian Democrats 
surged to victory in the September 19 parliamentary elections. Mayor 
Willy Brandt's Social Democrats suffered defeat in the voting. 
12 Colonial Rule Shaken — Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith broadcast a 
proclamation of sovereign independence for Rhodesia on November 
1 1. The split from Britain was made in an attempt to insure a white 
minority rule of the African colony. It was the first such move against 
Britain since the American colonies broke away in 1776. Britain re- 
taliated swiftly and took the problem to the U.N. Security Council, 
which asked all nations to enforce an oil embargo against the Afri- 
can colonv. 



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