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Duxbury Free Library 

Dux bury, Massachusetts 



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Partridge %9 



Duxbury High School 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 



IT'S ALL OVER 

And so we march down the center of the gym, two 
by two, into the future, with all due pomp and circum- 
stance of high school seniors. 

The Class of 1969 is unique and special, and after 
June we cease to exist as a unit. We'll become members 
of a larger community, and the closed society of our 
high school will seem incredibly small, as it does to 
many of us already. 

Here in the Partridge, we look at the past. Time 
stands still for a minute while we look at the way we 
were. We ate and slept and played and some of us 
studied. Look at us here. See how we were-for we'll 
never be the same again, just as we'll never be seven- 
teen again. 

We are grateful to the people who have molded us 
into shape for our college consumers. 

We are especially grateful to those wise leaders who 
helped us realize that no matter how diverse a group we 
were, we could still be one unit. 

Look at us here, see how we were. The Partridge 
documents history, and history only happens once. 

"For life goes not backward nor tarries with yester- 
day." 



The Prophet 



Special Senior Section 




So n e grew together. like a double cherry, seeming 
parted but yet a Union in partition. 




PARTRIDGE EDITOR SARAH MANN 

STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT WENDY STARKWEATHER 

KEY EDITOR JUDY WALKER TENNIS CAPTAIN PHILLIP SMITH 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY PRESIDENT ALAN OTSUKI 

FUTURE TEACHERS PRESIDENT JANET FOSTER 

FRENCH CLUB PRESIDENT ANN PERRY 

KEY CLUB PRESIDENT DICK McEVOY 

CHOIR PRESIDENT ROD JONES WITERATURE JEAN McCAIG 

SOCCER CAPTAINS DICK McEVOY, ARTHUR TAFT 
FIELD HOCKEY CAPTAINS JEAN McCAIG, MARGARET PRINCE 
CHEERLEADING CAPTAIN PAM WATT 

FOOTBALL CAPTAINS HUNTER ENGLISH, JIM VANHAUR, DAVE SHEA 
PAUL FAGLEY ROB ANACONE 

TRACK CAPTAINS JIM VANHAUR, PAUL FAGLEY 
CROSS COUNTRY CAPTAIN JOHN VICKERS 





Dowlas King (Trbobmo), Jen MdCoig (Vice-President), Maun 
(President). 




Partridge Staff 




First Row, Left to Right: Douglas King (Business Manager), Doris Merrick, Virginia Pyle (Photo- 
graphy Editor), Sarah Mann (Editor), Jane Drummey (Literary Editor), Mary Leo, Ciddy Young. 



Second Row: Nancy Spence, Wendy Starkweather, Rebecca Eaton, Leslie Royle, Margaret Prince, 
Deborah Kelso, Ann Evans, Laurie Shane, Rosanna Begin, Sara Johnston. 

Third Row: Frederick Luckey, Deborah Dickow (Lay-Out Editor), Meredith Morgan, Janet Willi- 
ngham, Charlotte Queeny, Susan Aigler, Mary Lou Sibley, Maura McDevitt, Sandra Allen, 
Arthur Taft, Karlton Pingree. 

Fourth Row: Pamela Watt, Janet Foster, Ann Perry, Gayle Prince, Jane Drollett (Head Typist), 
Leonard Ariagno, Barbara Parker(Cub), Michael Edera. 

(Missing from Picture: Joan Randall (Cub), Mrs. M.E. Sherwood, Advisor, Linda Brackett.j 







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Best Dancers: 
Dee Dickow Tony Feruandes 

Class Gourmet: 




Most Likely to Succeed: 
Doug King June Oliver 

"Best Sense of Humor: 





Rob Anacone Gayle Prince 

Mentalest: Liza Evans Chris Johnson 
Spazziest: Casey Power 



Jeannie JMcCaig 
Hob Mitchell 



Most Radical: 



Favorite Teacher: Mr. James Buechler 




Sarah Mann 
Tammy Ross 





Senior Superlatives 
■ 1969 




Karl Piugree 



Most Intelligent: June diver Alan Otsuki p^^^f. 

First Married: JVtary Leo Phi// Smith Nancy Spence 
Best Actress /Actor: Debbie Dai is Skip Roberts 

Done DHS for Most: Kathy Jo Foote Louis Lemieux 
Most Conservative: Pam Watt Art Taft 




Most Likely to be Famous: 
Agnese Stevens 
Rod Jones 




Done Most for DHS: Mary Lou Sibley Dick McEvoy 
Most School Spirit: Wendy Starkweather Paul Fagley 

Most Talkative: 
Highway Menaces: ^ ^ 

Candy Jenkins Dave Bradford 




Class Song: "Revolution" 





Best Runner: Ingrid Ellingsen John Vickers 



Class Flirts: 
Bob Bennett 
Charlotte Queeny 





Most Independent: 
Skip Roberts 
Dee Dickow 



Personality Plus: 
Maura McDevitt 



Most Carefree: 
Ciddy Young John McLean 





Albert Amado 



Most Athletic: Margaret Prince 
HDick McEvoy 




Favorite Year: 1969 



Best Combination of Beauty and Brains: 
Dick McEvoy Candy Jenkins 




Best Looking: Sanely Alien 
Hunter English 



Best Figure I Build: 



DHS /Mouse /Dragon: 




Senior 
Superlatives 



Pam Geer Jim VanHaur 



Debby Kelso Dave Shea 

Most Artistic: Mary Leo Chris Rathbun 

Best Car: Ellen's Pink Jeep Ronnie's Triumph 



Class Couple: 
Nina Colburn & Paul Fag/ey 




Best Dressed: 
Pam Watt 
Jim VanHaur 
Sa Johnston 




Follow the yellow brick road. Follow it past the 
great wide rainbow until you reach the coolness of the 
thick pine forest. You didn't miss the tin man, did you? 
Just beside him was the straw-stuffed scarecrow. On 
the path winds, past a brilliant field of color-splashed 
poppies until far in the distance looms the fabulous 
Emerald City. Follow the path; you'll reach it. 

Does this sound like a fantasy world from a story- 
book? A fantasy it was, set in the midst of Duxbury High 
School. The class of 1969 transformed the imaginative 
tale of yellow brick roads, rainbows, and Munchkins 
from sheer fiction into reality. Working with the famous 
Wizard of Oz as its theme, the ambitious juniors labored 
for months over carefully shaped poppies and a regal 
throne for the queen. Co-chairmen Wendy Starkweather 
and Deborah Dickow set the class scurrying around the 
gymnasium during the final hours before the long-awaited 
evening . 

As the night approached, elegantly dressed couples 
slowly entered and began their trek down the famed 
yellow brick path, past the chaperones and on to the 
band. Providing the music for the event were the Boston 
Mass, who played from their basket balloon before it 
departed. The highlight of the evening came when Can- 
dace Jenkins was crowned as queen, with Judith Canty 
and Deborah Davis as her court. 

The evening ended with a delicious dinner at 
Fiddler's Green, the topping to a memorable evening. 



'68 



Old grads returned to the fifth 
annual Homecoming at DHS this 
year. Held on November 8th and 
9th, it was an unprecedented dis- 
play of school spirit in which every- 
one participated. 

The football team did its part 
by trouncing a strong West Bridge- 
water team 12 to 8. Of course 
most of the credit goes to the Stud- 
int Council, which organized the 
whole affair. On Friday night there 
was the pep rally at which the team 
was introduced, and speeches were 
given by Head Football Coach Mr. 
Charles Anderson and Principal Mr. 
John Hill in the light of flickering 
torches. Sandy Allen was crowned 
Homecoming Queen, and lit the 
bonfire in which the Westies were 
burned in effigy. 

Next morning a gigantic par- 
ade, in which all the classes, 
clubs, and organizations particip- 
ated, wound down Washington Street. 
The prize for the best float went 
to the junior class's fighting dragon. 
Part of the credit for the football 
team's successful performance must 
surely belong to the cheerleaders. 
The band also performed nobly 
throughout the festivities and espec- 
ially during half-time. At the con- 
clusion of the game the Student 
Council served a luncheon for the 
team, cheerleaders, band, Council 
members and those faculty members 
involved in Homecoming. 

That evening the Student Coun- 
cil staged a Victory Dance which 
was a great financial success. 
Thus ended, in the gaily decorated 
cafeteria to the sounds of the Front 
Page Review, a Homecoming of 
which DHS can be justifiably proud. 




SUSAN WILD AIGLER 

SC 2,3; P ; FTA 3,4* : PC ■ 
AFS 2,3,4; Key 2,3; TP 1,2; S P,- 
FC 3; Tn 4; CI 2,3 

What? Psychedelic Mailbox. . .week- 
ends away,.." my little charges" .. . 
broken toes. . . "Watch the driveway". 
"Oh, nol"..."Who, me?"... "But I 
don't understand Cohasset 



SANDRA SWENSON ALLEN 

Ch 4; TTC 1,2,3,4; AFS 3,4; PC; 
Tn 1,2,4; CI 3 

Sandy. . .Petunia. .. "Gayle, how 'bout 
a beach party?". . .ski much?. . . 
Dick Mouse. . .waitress. . . G'boro. . . 
Homecoming Queen 



ROY WILLIAM AHLQUIST, JR. 

Bill .. .Maine. .. New Hampshire.. 
Olds. . .guns . . .hunting. . .guitar. . 
"Take it light". ..N.R.O.. ."All 
right I" 



'65 





ALBERT VINCENT AMADO 

Ch4; TP1; So2; Tr 1 

Al . . . '60 Plymouth(roadrunner) . . . 
Soul Brother... Big Al... "Hey, Buddy, 
going to the Surf?"... "Do it!"... 
"Say it loudl "... Knick. . . Nantasket 
. . . "Going for a smoke?" 





ROBERT BRUCE ANACONE 

KC 3,4; SP 4; Bb 1,3,4; Tr 2; Wr 3, 
4; Fb 1,2,3,4* 

Porky . . .The Brothers. . . L' Icorne . . . 
Thumper. . . "Boy, you guys" . . . "I 
owe you one" . . . Hoi ly . . . Brown Bomber 
. . .#33. . .snakie 



LEONARD JOHN ARIAGNO 

KC 4; P ;PC; SF>,fC 3,4; Bb 1,2; 
Wr 3; Fb 1,2,3 

Lenny. . .Holbrook. . .snipe hunting. . 
CYA. . .words of wisdom from Dick 
and the boys. . .Pressure. . .Say, Russ 
. . . Hey, Colonel . . . #72 




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ROSANNA LEIGH BEGIN 

ASP 3; Ch 4; Key 2,3,4; W 3,4 s ; 
P ; SO 2 

lifesavers. . .Rosy. . .folk music. . . 
always late. .. "garbage" .. . twiggy. 
"Blah I " . . .piano. . .missionary. . . 
Brian 




ROBERT BENNETT 

Bd 1,2,3,4; KC 4; PC ; So 1,2,3,4; 
BB 1,2,3,4; Tr 3; SO 2,3 

Bob. . . Banuit. . .soccer. . .Mosquito 
Vi I lage. . .one broken stagecoachl . . . 
computer dance. . . lifesavers 







HELEN DREW BISHOP 

FT A 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; FC 3,4; Tn 1, 
2,3,4 

twins. . .Snydly Whiplash. . . "What 
do I mean?" ... "Spare me" .. .this 
is your ghost ..." Liar, cheat, and a 
Fraud!"... "I'll go, I'll go". .."You 
know what I wish?" 



LINDA BRACKETT 

AFS 1,2,3,4; Key 1,2,3; FNA 1, 
2; TP 3; SP ; FC 3,4 s j CC 3; FH 1 , 
3,4; BB 1,2; HU 

"5 minutes, Bob"... the book... 
swim. . .homeroom 5. . . Invinceable 
cigars. . .the Family. . .the cottage. . . 
gunky ... L-O-N-G stride 




DAVID ALLAN BRADFORD 

KC 4; TP 2; So 3,4; G 1,2,3,4 

Dave. . .the Nook. . .stagecoaches. . 
Gurnet creek. . .Kingston. . . The 
Flower Shop... Red V. W... 
churches 






STEPHEN CALIRI 

Sol,2,3,4; Tn 2,3,4 

Diggy. . .Maura. . .Thumper. .G.P. 's 
...The Club House ... Gurnet creek 
..."Been to church, Shawn?"... 1 
. . .Coast Guard 





ELLEN CONATHAN 

Ch 1,2,3,4; Key 2,3; Sch 3,4; FC 3; 
FH 1,2,4; BB 1,2 

Shawn. . .The Pink Crinkle. . . "You 

comin 1 , M.L.?"...F.I.C The 

clubhouse. . . "Clyde B". . .Hick. . . 
Coast Guard 



DEBORAH JEAN DAVIS 

SC 2; Ch 1,2,3; AFS 2,3; TP 2,3; 
ASP 3; CC 3; BB 2 ; HU 3; HS 2,3,4; 
SO 2,3. 

Debby. . .AFS student in Italy. . . 
idealist. . .sincere. . .red hair. . . 
Blakeman's 



DAVID DELEW 

TP 2; Fb 1,2,3; Tr 2,3; G 1 

Moon. . . Going to Tut's. . .where is 

the fasoon ! . . . Louis is 21 "I know 

where My les is" . . . ski . . . from Thayer 
Academy 4 



DEBORAH NAN DICKOW 

Ch 1,2,3,4; Key 1,2,3; P 4; FTA 
4; TTC 2(t) 3 (vp) 4; PC 3*; TP 2; SP; 

ASP 4; Sch 1; FC3,4; FH 1; BB 1; 
Tn 1,2; HS 2,3,4 

Dee ... In My Life. . .skiing (Water- 
ville Vol ley) ... Honda Scrambler... 
Europe ... Sandy . . .yellow racing 
stripes 





LYNNE DONNA DORAN 

SC l,2,3,4(s); Ch 3,4; Key 2,3,4; 
FT A 3,4; AFS 3,4; FC 3,4; CC 3; 
FH 1,2; CI 1,2, 3; 

Clipper News. . "exactly". . "Whot 
secretary's reDort?". . .blush. . . 
Wellesley. . .triplets 






JANE ELLEN DROLLETT 

Ch 2,3,4; B 1; Key 3,4; P ; AFS 4; 
PC ; TP 1,2,3; SP 

'69. . . "Stick". . .Do your own thing. . 
wrecked! . . . "Beakmobile". . . ya 
know... "Hey, Jude"... "Where are 
we?". . . Drive-In. . . Summer '66. . . 
pool parties. .. "Hey, Hawk"... 
Janet's Beach 



JANE DRUMMEY 

Key 2,3,4;P(l1ted); AFS 2,3,4; FC 3, 
4; CC 3; FH I; HU 3; HS 2,3s,4vp 



Clipper News. . . Doodalie Dragon... 
Sfuaent Drummey .. .AYO ... Boston 
Marathon . . . "Can you tel I me how to 
get to Indian Trai I ? " 



KENNETH RICHARD DUNMORE 
FC 3; G 1,2,3,4 

Kenny. . . Gurnet creek. . .FIC. . .the 
Flower Shop. . . '63 Falcon. . .Rocky 
Nook 



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REBECCA EATON 

Ch 3,4; Key 2,3; P(Sec); AFS 2,3,4; 
FC 3,4; CC 3; BB 3; HU 

B. K . . twin. . .The book .. .skiing .. . 
paint it black. . .zombies. . .orange 
hat. . .boogie, boogie... urp burp 



MICHAEL ALLEN EDERA 

SC 4; KC 3,4; Tr 2,3,4; XX 4; CO 3t 

Hombre. . .cut the mustard. . . SAG. . . 
Juarez . . . McCarthy. . . radical . .Che 
Guevara. . .fascist pig. . .from Del ray 
Junior High School 2 



INGRID ELLINGSEN 

SC 3; Ch 4; Key 3; AFS 4; FH 4; 
TR 1,2,3; XX 1,2,3 

Ingrid. .. Vikings and Mead. .. Dux- 
bury Beach. . .nor black & blue eyes 
(FH) . . . running on the golf course in 
moonshine ... from Norway 4 

HUNTER ENGLISH 

Ch 2; TTC 1, 2p, 3; ASP 1; Fb 2,4*; 
BB 3; Sb 2; Bb 1; CO 2p 

Duke. . .might as well, can't dance. . 
clackersl . . .yah. . .from Thomas 
MacWilhoite School, Kenitra, Mor- 
occo 4 





ANNE ELIZA EVANS 

Ch 2,3,4; P ; AFS 4; SP ; Sch 3; 
S02 

Liza. . .Skiing. . .The Relatives. . . 
bogart. . . "Out of Sight". . .buck-buc 
baaogit. . .blue hat... Boston picnic, 
from Concord-Carlisle Regional High 
School 2 



PAUL FRANKLIN FAGLEY 

SC 4; Ch 2,3t,4; KC 3, 4vp; TTC 4 
PC; SP; BB 2,3,4; Tr 1,2,3,4*;BS 3 
SO 2; Fb 1,2,3,4* 

Nina. . .Thumper. . .Falcoon. . ."I 
founa it unaer a rock" . . . F . I .C . . . 
G.P # 32. 



ANTONIO MENDES FERNANDES, JR. 

Ch 4; Sr 2; Tr 1; Wr 3,4 

Buaay. . .Soul brother. . . "Hey, Albert" 
. . . "Going to the Surf this week?" . . . 
Oh yeah, hola the phone .. Nantasket 
.. .Duffy's. . .'59 Pontiac. . . "the 
Silver Bullet". .. Oh, you've got to 
be kiaaing! . . .Boxing. . .swinging 
parties. .. Hey, slow aown! 



MARY ANN FITZGERALD 

CYO 3; LS 2; GC 1; DC 3 

Mame . . . Fitzie . . . rouna glasses . . . 
new girl . . .extrovert, .from St. 
Thomas Aquinas High School 4 




KATHY JO FOOTE 




Ch 4; Key 3,4; W 4; FTA 4; AFS 3, 
4; SP ; FH 1,2; Sb 1,2,3,4; CO Is; 
CI 1,2,3*4; PC 

Joey ... "Go away, little girl". . . 
"Marines". . .Baby Joe... "Who me?'! 
. . . Buckwheat ! . . . Dodge fever. . . 
well. . .OK,Bebe. . .Hi there. . .Hey, 
Leslie, what's up?... Jay 




JANET MURRAY FOSTER 

Ch2,3,4;P ; FTA 1,3,4*; AFS 3,4; 
FC 3; BB 1; Sb 1,2,3,4; SO 2,3 

Janet . . . Rainbow. . .fastbal I . . . "Janet 
Foster to the office". . .Perfectionist. . 
teacher. . .Recreation 




PAUL GARVEN 

LS 1,2; FC 3; Tn 2,3; Yearbook 

long hair, quiet. . .glasses. .. ivory 

VW. . .from St. Bernard's Prep 

from Gladstone, New Jersey 4 



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PAMELA KERWIN GEER 
FC 3; PC 1,2 

Pam. . .Bill. . .the beach. . .4175 to 
5168. . .Great story, Jess. . . license? 
... talks with Char. .. Oh, KiKi... 
from Wilton, Connecticut 3 




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NICHOLAS HOLDEN GILBERT 

TP 1; Tr 1,2,3,4; CE 1,2; XX 1,2 

Nick. . .medicine. . . Jordan Hospital . 
emergency room ... 1 00yd . dash . . . 
Tilton School... Red Falcon station 
wagon. . .smoking pipes. . .nonconfor- 
mist. . . "That's debatable". . .sculp- 
turing. . . "Quite probably" 




PATRICIA LOUIS GILMAN 

Ch 3,4; Bd 1 ,2,3,4; FNA 1; TP 1, 
2,3; SO 2,3; CC 3 

Tricia. .. Indian Rock Retreat House. 
Bridgewater. . .English. . .MYF. . . 
writing. . . softbal I . . .blue mere . . . 
late bells... "Who, me?"... faith 



LINDA SUSAN HAGGER 

SC 3; FTA 2,3,4; AFS 2,3,4; FC 3; 
SP 

Twins... "Hi, Mr. Buechlerl ". . .99. 
999. . . "you mean?". . .frog prince. . 
roar. . .talking banana. . .snoopy. . . 
ghosts 





DEBORAH ELIZABETH HALL 

W 2,3,4; FTA 3,4t; AFS 3,4; BB 1,2, 
3,4; Sb 1,2; SO 2,3 

Debbie. . .tennis. . .Sebago. . .sun- 
flowers and cacti ... little black bug. . 
peace 




WINSLOW STETSON HALLOWELL 



Tr 1; PC 4 



Shutterbug. . .fireman. . .skibum. . . 
picture and name 



KURT HOFFMAN 
Fb 1; Wr 4 

New boy. . . red hair. . .green station 
wagon. . .tall. . .Le Mans . . .from 
North Quincy High School 4 



CANDACE JENKINS 

Ch 1,2,3,4; AFS 2,3,4; CC 3; H 2, 
4; BB 1; HU 3; HS 2,3, 4t; CI 2,3 

Candy . . . Dicky . . . "Hey, Split" . . . 
bikes, .the beach. . .skiing. . .riding. 
"Crrrrackit". . .pogo-stick. . .Prom 
Queen. . . Latin tutor 




JOANN MARIE JESSOP 

FT A 3,4; AFS 3,4; BB 1,2,4; Sb 1, 
2,4; SO 1 

Jo...D.W. Washburn. .. Hey, man. . 
Plymouth. . .bang a uey. . . LuLu, 
what's up?... Hey, Meatball. . .set 
me free. . .Time. . .beach & smile- 
brown eyed . . . I ight my fi re ... 5 & 
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DONALD BRADFORD KING 

KC 4; Key 2; TP 1; Sr 3,4; BB 1,2,3, 
4; Tr 1,2,3, 4; XX 1,2 

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DOUGLAS BRUCE KING 

Key 2,3,4; BB 1,2m, 3,4; TP 2; Sr 3, 
4; P ; Tr 4; Tr 1,2; XX 1,2 



Doug. . . 1/2 of a set of twins. . 
human computer. . .money man. 



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WILLIAM KENNETH LAFLEUR JR. 
Bb 2,3; Fb 1; 

Lightnin'...Pam..."She didn't say 
thatl ". . .Moon. . .France. . .yup, 
Louie, Boston againl .. .Florida. . . 
Fire 



NICOLE LAVOIE 



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folklorique dance. . .Nicky. . .franc- 
aise... Boyles'. . .babysitting. . . 
smile... Mr. Beuchler. . .Carolle et 
Claire. . .from Ecole Cltalien, Trois- 
Pistoles, Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec, 
Canada 4 




LOUIS ARTHUR LEMIEUX 



Louie. . . "She said what?". . .Moon, 
see you in Canada. . . "Nice mouth, 
LaFleurl " . . . "Boston again! " 



MARY NANCY LEO 

P ; TTC 4p; PC; FH 3,4; Sb 2,3, 
4 

Reed. . . July 30, 1966. . . "Swamp! "... 
Greg's. . ."Hey, Moonfacel ". . . "Did 
you see that hotdog ? "... curly hai r 
and goatee. . .Tut's. . . '69 



RICHARD LILLIE 

KC3,4; PC; BB 2; Fb 2; Bb 2; Wr 4 

Rick. . . Georgia. . .Movin' Ford. . .oh 
shingles. .May 24th. . . Louise. . .from 
Berwick Academy 3 



FREDERICK JOSEPH LUCKEY III 

Ch 4; KEY 3; P 4; AFS 4; PC 4; Sr 1 , 
2; Tn 3,4; Tr 1; XX 4 

Fred... Oh, Wowl . . . Wolfman 
Jack. . .University of London. . . IVY 
. . . The $47.50 Cop. . .fish 



SUSAN ELIZABETH MACAULAY 

Bd 1,2,3,4; FH 1,2,3,4; BB 4; Sb 2, 
3,4 

Suddie. . .you wouldn't believe it. . . 
hey, give me a break, will ya?. . . 
South Carolina. . .my bike's got a 
flat. . . Rye Beach. . .out in the sticks 
...Hey, Nessbomb. . .mmm, what a 
bum ... Hey Cisco, Si Pauncho... 
What's happnin 1 ? 



CAROLLE MENARD 
FNA; SC 

Cine -Club. . .francaise. . .chemistry?. 
. . Foggs' . . .babysitting. . .white 
boots. . . Nicole et Claire. . .from Ecole 
Normale, St Paul 4 



SARAH GRAHAM MANN 

Ch 1,2,3,4; Key 2,3,4; P ed; FT A 
3,4 vp; TTC 2,3; AFS 2,3,4; PC 
TP 2; SP ; Sch 2,4; FC 3,4; BB 4; 
Tn 1,2,4 

Lumpy . . . Sunny . . . Summer. . I want to 
get out of herel . . . "Dear Sunny". . . 
Wake up, Suiel . . .smile. . .Cambridge 
. . .Clipper. . .from Dana Hall School 2 



JEAN FRANCES McCAIG 



Ch 1,2,3,4; FH 1,2,3,4*; Sch 1,2, 
3; FC 3,4s; BB1,2,3; CO 2,4,vp; 
AFS 2,3,4; Key 2,3,4; W 2,3t,4ed; 
P; FT A 1 ; CC 3; SO 2; LC 2 

Hi, Shadow. . .Hei,lngrid. . .George 
Washington Bridge. . .WEBB-IT I 
NGS. . . Jig Bugs. . .Zombies. . .Daisy 




MAURA ELIZABETH McDEVITT 

Ch 1 ,2,3,4; Xey 1 ,2,3,4 s; TTC 4 s; 
AFS 3,4; TP 1; Sch 1,2,3; FC 3; BB1; 
C03 s, 4 s; Ch 3 

Digg..."Who, me ? " . . . F . I . C . . . 
5168. . .m&m cookies. . .ma soeur. . . 
mirror . . the c lubhouse . , . OK , bebe 
..."Oh, the ola game's over, Jess" 





RICHARD BERNARD McEVOY 

KC 3,4,p; AFS 3,4; FC 3,4; So 1,2, 
3*4*; BB 1,2,3,4; Bb 1,2,3,4; 
CO 1,2,3,4c; LC 2; PAB 3 

Dick. . . Quebec. . .the brothers. . . 
twinkletoes. . . 'l 3. . .brother '7. . . 
Candy. . .thumper game. . .Whoa, 
Mitch! ... Discotheque L'lcorne... 





RONALD McGANN 
B b 2; Fb 1,3 

Crush. . .triumph. . . Osborn's. . . "Hey, 
B-man, softboll under the lights?"... 
wheat ies. . .hunting . . . Brooklyn . . . 
Mi Iton 





JOHN PATRICK McLEAN 

PC 3; So 2,3; BB 2,3; Tn I; Bb 2; 
HS 2 

'69... DHSHH... Green J... "Hey, 
Jude". . .Seen Dennis?. . .Where's 
Sawyer?. . .Claribell. . .they're 
twistea. . .are we really going to 
California?. . .give me thot roach, 
make an airplane! 




PETER ANDREW MELNICKI 



White T-bird. . .mechanic . . . Sweet - 
ser's. .. black hair. ..from Lowell 
High School 4 



DORIS LOUISE MERRICK 

P ; FNA 1; BB 1,2; Sb 1,2; SO 2 

Lulu. . .set me free. . .surf's up. . . 
hey, Meatball. . .ESP. . .Rockette. . . 
mini rock. . .pizza. .. Hey, Jo, what's 
up?. . .smile. . .Beach. . . light my 
fire 



DOROTHY LOUISE MILLS 
AFS 3; BB 1 

Dotty .. .quiet. . .Red Sox... "For 
Goodness sakes! " . . .clothes. . . baby- 
sitting. . .40. ."really?" 



ROBERT WALKER MITCHELL 

Wr 2; Tr 1; Tnl; Kc 3t } 4t ; AFS 3v P< 
4p; So 3,4; Tn 4; Wr 3,4 

Mitch. . .the Brothers. . .quick draw. . 
Mitch Mitchell on the drums. . . 
WHAM... Whoa, Dick. . .you've got 
the wrong kid. . .Molsens. . . L'lcorne 
. . .'2. . .from George Washington 
High School, South Carolina 2 




JUKO ALAN OTSUKI 

KC 3,4; FC 3,4; BB 2,3; Tn 3; HS 2, 
3tr, 4p; CO 3rp; PAB 3 

Big Al . . . Sunshine. . .Toronto. . . 
Hockey ... Good Morning, Charlotte 
...Mile. McEvoy. . .presentel 



ANN MARSTON PERRY 

SC 3; Key 4; W 3,4 (lit.ed.); P; 
AFS 3,4; FC l,2,3vp,4p; FH 1,3,4; 
BB 3,4; Tn 3,4; SO 2 

Gazelle. . .smile. . .sunshinel . . . 
skating. . .a twin. ... I'm hungry. . . 
leap. . . lizard. . . .Fudge. . .Hey, 
J.C., excedemusne?. . .from Weston 
High School 2 



HOPE ALIX PETERS 

Ch 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; Ls 2,3,4; TP 1; 
Sp 4; FC 3; CC 3; FH 1; SO 2,3 

quiet . . . bookworm . . . Europe . . . 
papoose. . .archaeology 



KARLTON PERCY PINGREE 

KC 4s; P 4; TP 1,2; So 1,2,3m, 4m; 
BB 3m, 4m; Tr 3m, 4m 

K.P...Hey, Beuchl...'66 Land 
Rover. . . Keep in constant contact. . . 
slam that doorl . . .don't gimme any 
gasl . . .Ping-o-matic 





SUSANNA LISLIE POWER 

SC 1,2,3,4s; Ch 3,4; Key 1,2,3,4; 
AFS 3,4; TP 1; FC 4; FH 1,2,3,4; 
LC 2 

Casey. . .spoolies. . . "I smell spearmint, 
ML! "...Hi "split".. spaz much?. . . 
The Daisy. . . Deevi I . . . ummy. . .tea . . . 
navy <neesocks 






GAYLE PRINCE 

Ch4;P ; FNA l,2,3s,4t ; TTC 4s; 
PC ; SP ; FH 1,2,3,4; BB 1,2,3,4; 
Sb 2,4 

G-K-.eaa. . . 3 '. d a > . . . z ...zz~'~-.. . . 
Hi, Egghead. . . Sanay , want to go 
watch a beach party?. . .Beep-Beep. . 
Goody-Gooay . . . Geo-ge Aas-'iara-i 
Briage 



MARGARET SARA PRINCE 

Ch 4; Key 1,2; P ; AFS 3,4;SP ; 
FC 3; FH 1,2,3,4*; BB 1 ,3,4; SU2, 
3,4 

Shadow . . . ma soeur. . . Queoec . . . 
Beach Pigs. . .Hey, gang, we have to 
swim the Charles tonight! . . .Webb- 
it. .. Italy. .. '22 



VIRGINIA KAREN PYLE 

Ch2,3,4; P (phot, ea.); AFS 3,4; PC; 
TP 2,3; ASP 3; FC 3; HU; HS 2,3,4s; 
SO 2,3 

VJ. . .Ginny. . .Ginger. . .Rainbow. . . 
artistic. . .sewing. . . "Hi" 







PAUL ALLEN ROBERTS 

Ch 1; LS 1; PC ; TP 1,2,3; CC 3; 
Sr 3,4; Tr 1; XX 2; STP 3; Fb 1 

SKIP. . . '69. . . "Where's Chicken- 
man?" . . . Mc Lean's. . . "Oh, wow" . . . 
My Falcon Super Six. . . SAG. . . 
YAMAHAMA . . . Deb. . . DHSHH 



LESLIE ELLEN ROYLE 

KEY 2,3; AFS 2,3,4; PC; TP 1; BB I; 
CI 3,4 

go Greyhoundl . . .zombies. . . smash- 
back... Heyl Beaulal . . ."two". . . 
Myrtle Beach, S.C. . . .Bauchino. . . 
Paint It Black 



DANIEL HENRY RUPRECHT JR. 

Danny. . .Judo. . . '55 Buick Special. . . 

the blue tank Tootie. . .Hey- 

Animal . . . "What's up?" 



LAURIE SHANE 

Ch 3,4; Key 2,3,4; P ; AFS 2,3,4; 
PC ; TP 1; SP 4; SO 2 

Coffee Shoppe girl . . . ummy . . . Donny 
Rocks. . . Rainbow . . . "The Truck" . . . 
"What a mindl" 




CHARLOTTE MARY QUEENY 



SC 1; Ch 1,2,3; KEY 1,2,3,4; W 1, 
2,3,4; P; FT A 1,2,3,4;AFS 1,2,3,4; 
PC; TP 1,2,3; BB 1,4; CI 1,2,3*; 
LC 2 

Char. . .Charlie . . . Pizarro. . . "Good 
morning, Alanl ". . .Cohasset. . .week 
ends away ..." I Ml be at Cindy's" . . . 
talks with Pam. . .Arizona. . ."Oh, 
Shane I". .VHey, Suey, Cohasset?" 



MARY ANN QUIRK 
AFS 1; TP 1 

Face . . . Brant Rock . . Love you . . . 
Vote toothpaste. . .much embrassed 
Geometry . . . Mooses' Gym . . . 
Plymouth 



CHRISTOPHER LOUIS RATHBUN 

Chris. . .vests. . .guitarl . . .artistic, 
non-conformist. . .individual 



HOLLY ANN REID 

Key 1,2; W 1,2,3,4; AFS 1,2,3,4; 
PC ; FH 1; Bb 1 

Hol . . . "Do your own thing" Bergy. 

Monkey. . . "Foxy Lady". . . "Fire". . . 
Monument. . . left behind. . . "that's 
close". . .milktrucks don't go. . .Ha 
Holl 




DAVID WILLIAM SHEA 

KC 3,4; PC ; Fb 1,2,3*4*; BB 1,2, 
3,4; Bb 1,2,3,4* 

Dolph. . .Wendy. . .Bow Sprit Lane. . . 
*12. . .Brothers. . ."Oh, we know you- 
're perfect, Jim" 



MARY LOUISE SIBLEY 

SC l,2,3,4vp; Ch3,4; Key 1,2; P; 4; 
TTC 4s; AFS 3,4; PC; SP; Sch 3; FC 3, 
4; FH 1,2; BB 1,2; CI 3,4; LC 2 

M. L. . ..Gary . . . Beau la . . . jigbugs. . . 
"I smell Spearmint, Spaz"...The 
Anchorage. . ."In a minute, Egg". . . 
Ok, bebe 



PHILLIP WILLIAM SMITH 

PC; Tn 2,3,4*; Bb 1; 

Phi 1 1. . .Otsuki. . .Out for the evening 
. . .Marshfield. . .Marti . . . I hate 
hockey fiends... "I don't know about 
you, Carol I " 



NANCY ELLEN SPENCE 

Ch 1,2,3,4; Key 2,3,4; P 4; FTA 1, 
2; AFS 2,3,4; Sch 1,2,3,4; FC 3,4; 
FH 1; Tn 2,3m; HU 3; HS 2,3,4; CO 
2,3 

Nan... SAG — freshman field hockey 
...020-36-8634... Don't Buy Grapes 
...Uncle Jack. .. National Geogra- 
phic Society 





JOHN BRINK SPROUL 

Tr 2,3; Fb 1,3; PC 

'60 Karmann Ghia. . .skibum. . . 
Brockton. . .racing. . .The Green. . . 
Ultimate Spinach. . .Cream. . .from 
Monson Acaaemy 2 



WENDY LEE STARKWEATHER 

SC 1,2,3,49; Ch 1,2,3,4; Key 2,3, 
4; P 4; AFS 2,3; PC*; SP; Sch 1; 
Dch3; FH 1,2,3,4; Bb 1,2,4; Tn 3, 
4; SO 2; LC 2 

Starchie. . . "Mary, what's going on? 
. . . David . . . Nantucket . . . Frizz . . . 
jigbugs. . .Summer Science. . .Webb 
it! . . .prexy. 



AGNESE MAIN STEVENS 

Ch 1,2,3,4; TP 1; SP; Sch 1,2,3,4; 
Dch 3,4; SO 2 

Roger. . .Merceaes. . .Columbia. . .choir 
shows. . .folk music .. . "Goin 1 to New 
York "...library 



ARTHUR THOMAS TAFT 

Key 2,3,4; KC 3,4; P ; So 1,2,3, 
4*; BB 1,2,3,4; Tn 3,4; Tr 1,2m; 
BS 3 

Tim. . .Gulls. . .Quito. . .Corvairs. . . 
Reality. . . Nixon. . .'l 1 . . .Cicero. 





CLAIRE THI8AULT 

FTA 4 

"Vive les voyages" .. .Tu paries... 
summer '68. . .camping. . .the Nick- 
ersons and Duxbury . . . "You want a 
ride on my bike?". . .Beatles. . .pan- 
cakes. . ."How about a good dive?". . 
"Vive les sports". .. L' Islet , Canada 4 





CAROL LESLIE THOMPSON 

Ch 1; AFS 3,4; FC 1; FH 1; BB 1,2, 
3,4; Sb 1,2 

"Who's driving, Jane?". ..I'm so 
tired! ... "I will sooner or later". . . 
Summer '67... the Letter. .. Belmont . 
hula hoops. . . "Who's coming down?' 
. . .Sue, wanna race? . . . A & P. . . 
Summer School 




STEVEN PARKER TUCK 
FTA 1; PC; TP 2 

Steve. . .orange. . .heavy underground 
music. . ."Garbage". . .bad speller. . . 
"Anybody see Laugh-In?". .. "Figure 
that one" 




JANIS TURNER 
AFS 4; PC 

"What's going on this weekend?" . . . 
"Hey, Janice, are you taking gym to- 
day?". . .Myrtle Beach, South Caro- 
lina. . . '62 T-bird. . .that's close. . . 
Turner's Taxi 






JAMES KENDRICK VANHAUR 

SC 4; KC 3,4; PC; SP; BB 2,4; Tr 2, 
3,4*; HM; BS 3; Fb 2,3,4* 

Stick... the Brothers. . .'83. . .Paul's 
. . . "Who's mod?". . .Thumper. . . Hey, 
Dick, slept in any closets lately?. . . 
Jane 



JOHN CHARLES VICKERS 

KC 3,4; BB3,4; Tr 1,2,3,4; XX I. 
2,3,4* 

Run. . .the beoch. .. individual . . . 
Olympic games. . . Spartan AC . . . 
astronomy. . .high jumper. . .Norway 




JUDITH LEE WALKER 

Key 1,2,3,4ed; W 2,3,4; AFS 1,2,3, 
4; TP 1,3; SP ; ASP 3; FH 1,2,3; GS 
3; SO 2 

Judy. . .Poopsie. . .Beach Pigs. . .NH. 
. . "actually". . .pickles. . .weira. . . 
sailing. . ."Just back from Colorado! " 
. . .abolish white socks. . .the accid- 
ent. . .Momsie. 



PAMELA DUNBAR WATT 

Ch 3,4; Key 2,3,4; P 4; AFS 2,3,4; 
PC; TP 1; SP; CI 3,4*; SO 2; LC 3 

Pam... Spool ies... "Hey Beaula!" 
. . .aieting. . . "poppin" fresh" . . . 
teddy bears. . .blossom. . .fuzzies. . . 
Boca Raton, Florida. . ."22"... 
"Who's got the car?"... ok, bebe... 
•zz . . .'zz 






JESSICA VALENTIN WELD 

Key 2,3,4; PC; TP 2; FC 3,4; FH 1 

Jess. . . "But, I am standing up" . . .the 
clubhouse. . .the wonderfulness of 
yourself, Sir... ok, bebe. .. Eddie. . . 
"game over, Maura?". . .Wilbrahem. . 
"ML and Ellen are over". . .beach to- 
day, Maura. .. "Good line, Pam" 



JANICE MAY WILBUR 

Ch 4; FNA 1 ,2,3; PC; SP; FH 1 ,2,3, 
4m; BB 3,4m; Sb 3,4 m 

Jerry... USMC... New York... 
"poppin 'fresh". . .deevil. . .navee. . . 
Hey, blossom. . .bebe. . . "taking gym 
today, Janis?". . .Fuzzies. . .22. . . 
teddy bears 



JANET CUSTER WILLINGHAM 

SC 1,2,3,4; Ch 3,4; Key 2,3,4; P; 
TTC 4; AFS 3,4; PC; TP 1; FH 2,3, 
4; PAB 3 

Willie. . .Zombies. . . jig bugs. . . "ML, 
Clyde's at my house". . .tap. . .tap. . . 
"22". . .Bauchino. . .Mabel. . .urp 
burp. . .pink hat. . .paint it black. . . 
greyhound 





CARLYSLE ANN YOUNG 

Key 3,4; W 4, P (art ed); PC;TP 3; 
SP;FC 3,4; FH 1,2,3,4; BB 1,2,3,4; 
FTC 4 

Ciddy. . .sock it to me, dogl . . .wowie 
zowie. . .braces. . .super banana. . . 
flower power. . .Suzy Cream cheese 
fan club. . .my real name? ICKI 




Key 

p - President 

vp - Vice-President 

s - Secretary 

t - Treasurer 

ed. - Editor 

m. - Manager 

* - Captain of a team 



Student Counci I SC 

Choir Ch 

Band Bd 

Key Club KC 

KEY Key 

Witerature W 

Partridge P 

Future Nurses of America FNA 

Future Teachers of America FTA 

American Field Service AFS 

Library Service LS 

Prom Committee PC 

Tournament of Plays TP 

Senior Play SP 

All School Play ASP 

SEMSBA Chorus/Band Sch 

District Chorus/Band Dch 

French Club FC 

C lassies C lub CC 

State Tournament of Plays STP 

Photography Club PhC 

Audio-Visual Club AV 

Field Hockey FH 

Soccer So 

Basketball BB 

Tennis Tn 

Softball Sb 

Baseball Bb 

Track Tr 

Cross Country XX 

Honor Usherette (Marshall) HU, HM 

Honor Society HS 

Girls' State/Boys' State GS, BS 

Class Office CO 

Cheerleader CI 

Golf G 

Wrestling Wr 

Sing Out SO 

Football Fb 

Leader's Corps LC 




DEBBIE 



Cernobbia, Italy, has a new person- 
ality this year; Debbie Davis. She was 
chosen by the American Field Service 
to spend her senior year in a different 
country, living with another family, 
and making new friends. Back in Dux- 
bury, the cheerful face and under- 
standing heart of this bright redhead 
are missed by all. We are all so glad 
that Debbie was chosen as the lucky 
person to go to Italy. 

American 
Field 
Service 



INGRID 

I live in Trondheim, the third largest city in Norway. I attended 
Strinda Gymnas, a secondary school. 

Norway's technical University is in Trondheim. I have many of 
my friends among the students.' On Fridays and Saturdays we all meet 
in theStudent Community, which is a big, red, round house in Trond- 
heim center. There we sing, dance, have political meetings / and / of 
course, have lots of fun. 

In wintertime I compete in slalom and do cross-country skiing. 
The mountains around Trondheim make good cross-country skiing. 
Oppdal, one of Norway's best skiing centers, is not far from Trond- 
heim. As the college students here go to Florida for February vacat- 
ion, we go to Oppdal where we ski and do other kinds of recreation. 

In summertime I compete in track and cross-country running. My 
best distances are 400 and 800 meter run. I am a member of the sports 
club Freidig in both summer and winter activities. 

We compete with boys and girls in Norway and sometimes other 
Scandinavian countries. This gives us a great opportunity to meet 
people and get to know Norway better. 

Besides that, I am interested in politics. I am a member of the 
YoungConservati ves Club in Trondheim. I like to play the piano and 
listen to all kinds of music, especially Herb Alpert, Beatles, and 
Folk Song music. 

I will thank you all for this year. You have all been great and 
I will miss you all. If you are coming to Norway and Trondheim, 
the McCaigs have my address. £ JL^Q^V, 




DR. EVERETT L. HANDY-SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Administration 



MR. JOHN W. HILL-PRINCIPAL 



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MR. RALPH N. BLAKEMAN-ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 



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English Department 



First row, Left to Right: Mr. James R. Beuchler, Department Head Mrs. M. 
E. Sherwood, Miss Arlene Cherwin. 

Second Row: Mr. Richard Miller, Mr. Earl Chamberlain, Mr. J. Foster Cass. 



Mathematics 
"Department 



Left to Right: Mrs. Malcolm Brock, 

Department Head Mr. Lawrence Dunn, 

Miss Lois Dulski. 

Standing, Left to Right: 

Mr. Gordon Leighton, Mr. Charles 

Lagerstedt. 




I 

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0\ 




Science Department 



Standing, Left to Right: Mr. 
Russell Stoll, Department Head 
Mr. David Murphy, Mr. Robert 
Hayes. 

(Missing from picture: Mr. Robert 
Sullivan.) 




Seated, left to Right: Mrs James Pye, Miss Elvira Pellitteri. 

Standing, Left to Right: Miss Marilyn Blaisdell, Miss Ann White, 
Miss Michelle McDevitt. 

(Missing from picture: Department Head Mrs. Philip Lynch, Mrs 
William Landis.) 



Foreign Languages 
Department 



Social Studies 
Department 



Seated, 

Left to Right: Department Head Col. James R. 

Truden, Mrs. Marc Pachter, 

Mrs. Robert Bertone, Mr. John Maguire. 





Physical Education 
Department 



Standing, Left To Right: Mr. 
George Teravainen, Miss 
Audrey Hibbett. 





The Arts Department 



Seated, Left to Right: Mi ss Diane 
Kendrew, Miss Anna Davis. 
(Missing from picture: Mr. Roger 
Jarvis, Mr. Arthur Johnson t Mr. 
George Bliss J 



Guidance Department 



Standing, Left to 
Right: Miss Ann 
Collins, Mr Walter 
Kennedy. 





Underclassmen 




First Row, Left to Right: D. Hutchinson, A. Gilbert, C. Ladd, S. LaGreca, L. Kent, C. Foote, D. Lemieux, 
T. Lego re. 

Second Row: A.Kusins, E. Grady, L. Keith, A. Gazin, S. Jokinen, B. Galvin, T. Garrity. 
Third Row: E. Johnson, L. Gorham, A. Fernandes, P. Indelicato, P. Jones, K. Fernandes, J. Halpin. 
Fourth Row: B. Hogan, S. James, R. Garnett, R. Larson, M. Fogarty, V. Lane, K. Knapp. 
(Missing from picture: N. Fitzpatrick, D. M. Govoni, D.R. Govoni.) 




First Row, Left to Right: W. Fallon, M. Collins, T. Bailey, C. Carter, J. Devnew, M. Evangelista. 

Second Row: L. Doucette, H. Alves, W. Barker, C.Chase, C. Argento, R. Desmarais, E. Banks, L. 
Chetwynde. 

Third Row: K. Boivin, M. Eddy, D. Cope, M. Connolly, S. Browne, F. Driver, D. Collins, T. Blanchard. 
(Missing from picture:L. Bourget, T. Byrne, G. Coffin, S. Doran.) 




First Row, Left to Right: J. Nourse, B. Parker, S. MacNab, B. Lench, B. Plummer, B. Perm, J. McGrath. 
Secona Row: M.Mori, D. Marshall, J. Queeny, R. McGrath, B. Penn, W. Martin. 
Third Row: R. Myers, S. Packard, J. Nordstrom, B. Nic<erson, L. Putnam, E. Osborn, D. Pickles. 
Fourth Row: H. Mayo,D. Moeller, P. Olwell, L. Milligan. R. Phillips, C. Peterson, I. McLaughlin. 
(Missing from picture: P. Leo, R. Lima, C. Moss.) 




First Row, Left to Right: S. Wickham, P. Vose, K. Rooinson, F. Trezise, J. Randall, J. Small, R. Randall, 
R. Schneiaer. 

Second Row: S. Smith, F. Tonrey, S. Sfoughton, F. Cocerre, D. Rudolph, N. Schaffer, C. Sonntag, 
W. Sproul. 

Third Row: P. Suk, P. Whitehouse, S. Young, G. Sears, J. Small, B. Wilding, D. Washburn, S. Sperry. 

(Missing from picture: S. Reid, M. Robinson, E. Romanski, J. Romanski, M. Sargent, D. So 1 1 Is, J. Wilaer, 
D. Wolfgang] 



First Row, Left to Right: F. Connell, S. Brehm, N. Becker, J. Byrne, P. Crocker, C. Bishop, M. Amado, 
S. Dahlen. 

Second Row: P.Chandler, J. Desmarais, E. Burdick, C. Batson, R. Carter, P. Balboni, J. Butler, 
F. Coderre. 

Third Row: C. Drummey, S. Canty, M. Chisholm, G. Doane, S. Drummey, P. Allen, T.Edera, 
C. Delowery. 

(Missing from picture: H. Anderson, K. Coughlin, D. Eaton.) 




First Row, Left to Right: J. Jarvis, J. Goddard, P. Gazin, E. Endresen, L. Hallowell, S. Jessop, C. 
Grundy, D. Monahan. 

Second Row: G. Forcier, D. Frye, M. Gibbons, J. French, J. Handy, J. Gowen, P. Grealy. 
Third Row: R. Govoni, M. Hayward, C. Houghton, R. Fernandes, D. Foisy, M. Gilman. 
Fourth Row: W. Fitzgerald, H. Gunnarson, D. Guilderson, S. Holmes, R. Haskell. 
(Missing from picture: R. Friend, W. Holmes, H. Howland.) 




First Row, Left to Right: C.LaGreca, D. Palumbo, D. Lench, C. Murphy, D. Marshall, J. Jones, L. Mit- 
sock, E. McNeil. 

Second Row: M. McEvoy, R. Marshall, R. McGann, S. Lillie, B. Lane,J. Kopke, W. Mark. 

Third Row: B.LaGreca, D. Malaguti, J. Johnson, L. Mathewson, S. Leonard, S. Kelso, D. Mosher, T. 
King,M. Lovejoy. 



Fourth Row: J. Manner, S. Mugford, P. McCarthy, D. Merlin, D. Kendrew, D. Mills, H. Merrick, J. 
LeGore. 

(Missing from picture: G. Morton, S. McLean.) 




First Row, Left to Right: M. Wilkins, P. Tesman, P. Shirley, B. Paulson, C. Stifler, S. Sheldon, L. Wass, 
L. Purin. 

Second Row: S. Thrasher, J. Stephens, D. Pynn, R. Rawson, J. Pittenger, P. Pape, J. Taft. 

Third Row: W. Sawyer, L. Starkweather, G. Southard, K. Wadell, D. Panarelli, S. Weathers, B. Wyman. 

Fourth Row: M. Ruprecht, H. Piper, C. Roveto, E. Peterson, S. Rowley. 

(Missing from picture: G. Phillips, A. Ryder, W. Whitehouse.) 



First Row, Left to Right; K. Manner, N. Kendrew, B. MacDonald, C. Marshall, N. Luckey, S. LaFleur, 
W. Keith, L. Lewis, M. Johnstone. 

Second Row: D. Larson, L. Manseau, C. Johnson, S. Hurley, G. LeBlanc, S. Lane, N. Manseau, R. King, 
J. Pierce. 

Third Row: J. Pierce, L. Metcalf, T. Ivanoff, R. Marconi, E. Kusins, G. Lillie, W. Jessop, A. LaGreca, 
R. Marshall. 

Fourth Row: R. Merry, S. McCaig, D. Laurier, R. L'Heureux, E. Merlet, J. Leo, J. Parker, R. Jones, 
R. Merry. 

(Missing from picture: D. Olson, D. Paton.) 




First Row, Left to Right: H. Willard, J. Whittier, L. Wadell, B. Willingham, B. Starr, B. Wormstead, 
N, Smith, J. Stephen. 

Second Row: W. Reed, J. Thomas, C. Sampson, S. Walker, S. Williams, R. Smith, R. Trezise. 
Third Row: S. Savistano, E. Rogerson, S. Pyle, S. Turner, G. Thompson, B. Vose, D. Merlin, H. Muller. 
Fourth Row: R. Mori, D. Savistano, W. Simpson, D. Williams, R. Rozene, P. McGarigal, P. Vickers. 
(Missing from picture: L. Randall, H. Romanski, C. Young.) 




First Row, Left to Right: M. Grealy, D. Flanagan, E. Ferrell, R. Hoitt, L. Goddard, C. Randall, D. Her- 
rick, D. Herrick. 



Second Row: R. Hoel, P. Goin, L. Hird, B. Delowery, B. Fleming, M. Edresen, M. Hagen, B. Doane. 

Third Row: M. Eldrich, S. Drummey, H. Fellows, D. Dunmore, R. Dedekian, G. Fitzgerald, R. Ford, 
S. Mills. 

Fourth Row: J. Garrity, S. Hardy, W. Garnett, J. Fallon, R. Fogarty, P. Rice, C. Peterson. 



(Missing from picture: N. Hall.) 




First Row, Left to Right: S. Quirk, B. Roberts, S. Morgan, H. McCarthy, P. Morgan, P. McEvoy, L.Anacone, 
K. Blanchard, L. Moeller. 



Second Row: M. Chantre, F. Coderre, D. Carter, G. Chandler, M. Anderson, C. Dahlen, S. McCarthy, 
A. Boynton. 

Third Row: B. Baldwin, D. Chambers, S. Connolly, D. Caramello, J. Conathan, J. Butler, C. Becker, L. 
Blanchard. 

Fourth Row: G. Brodie, D. Brackett, F. Armey, P. Bolster, R. Bowman, J. Cotton, K. Begin, B. Collins, 
R. Buckley. 

(Missing from picture: D. Lunn, R. Merkin, J. Adams, S. Bennett, B. Davis.) 




First Row, Left to Right: Kathy Jo Foote, Lynn Starkweather, Holly Alves, Susan Sperry (Co-Captain). 



Second Row: Joyce Byrne, Mary Lou Sibley, Daryl Eaton. 






First Row, Left to Right: Judith Canty, Linda Brackett, Jean McCaig (Co-Captain), Ann Perry, Susan Macau- 
lay, Nina Colburn, Susanna Power, Wendy Starkweather, Carol Foote (Co-Captain). 



Second Row: Deborah Kelso (Manager), Candace Jenkins, Ciddy Young, Janet Willingham, Donna Marshall, 
Margaret Prince (Co-Captain), Mary Leo, Susan Jessop, Brooke Lench, Gayle Prince, Ellen Conathan, 
Janice Wilbur (Manager). 

(Missing from picture: Miss Deborah Brooks (Coach). 



It is ironic that the Field Hockey team finished the season undefeated and still placed only second in its 
League. Unaer the expert coaching of Miss Deborah Brooks they cracked up a record of seven wins and two 
ties. Altogether twenty-three goals were scored, while only one goal was scored against them during the 
entire season. The Junior Varsity, coached by Miss Audrey Hibbett, finished first in the League. They also 
allowed only one goal. 





Soccer 



All eyes fixed upon them, the eleven 
in green upheld their record and pushed 
their way down the field. Down to the 
cage, to the game, and finally to the 
South Shore League championship. 
Duxbury High soccer was for the second 
straight year a very closely followed 
sport. Under the guidance of Coach David 
Webb, the Green Dragons gave a fine 
show of skill and teamwork, wrapping up 
the season with a 10-1-1 record. 

By defeating Hingham in a 4-3 match, 
the team earned honors as league 'champs.' 
This victory enabled DHS to compete in 
the Eastern Massachusetts Soccer Tourna- 
ment. Although they lost to Lynnfield by 
a single goal in the last four minutes, the 
boys never let us down. 




First Row, Left to Right: David Bradford, Douglas King, Robert Mitchell, Arthur Taft (Co-Captain), Richard Mc- 
Evoy (Co-Captain), Stephen Caliri, Paul Roberts. 

Second Row: Paul McGarigal, Elwin Burdick, John Taft, Bart LaGreca, David Guilderson, Peter Chandler, Mark 
McEvoy, William Sproul, Frederick Trezise. 

Third Row: Bruce Penn, Brian Plummer, Frank Tonrey, Steven Brown, Bradley Penn, John Pittenger, James Queeny, 
Frederick Driver. 

(Missing from picture: Robert Bennett, Gregory Chandler, Donald King (Manager), Karlton Pingree (Manager). 



SOCCER SCORES 

Duxbury vs. Hingham 
Quincy 
Norwel I 

South Shore Vocational 
Avon 

Plymouth-Carver 

North Quincy 

Sharon 

Avon 

Norwel I 

South Shore Vocational 

Hingham 

Lynnf ield 




Football 






First Row, Left to Right: Richard Rawson, Michael Lovejoy, Thomas Garrity, Ronald Marshall, Scott Lillie, 
Paul Balboni, Jay Desmarais, Colin Batson. 

Second Row: William Fitzgerald, Harold Gunnarson, Hunter English, David Shea, Robert Anacone, James 
VanHaur, Paul Fagley, Joseph Small, Robert Haskell, Donald Kendrew. 

Third Row: John Devnew, Scott Thrasher, David Collins, Michael Mori, Thomas LeGore, Patrick Leo, Michael 
Fogarty, Robert /Myers;, Robert Lima, Robert Larson. 



(Missing from picture: Dennis R. Govoni, Mr. Charles Anderson (Head Coach), Col. James Truden (Coach), 
Mr. Earl Chamberlain (Coach). 





Left to Right: Scott Lillie, Richard McEvoy, Jon Garrity, Arthur Taft, Brian Plummer, Joseph 
Small, Mr. J. Foster Cass (Coach), Karlton Pingree (Manager), Hunter English, Robert Bennett, 
David Shea, Frederick Trezise, Thomas Garrity. 
(Missing from picture: John Vickers) 



Boys' Basketball 





Duxbury Maintains 
Grip On SSL Lead 




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Girls 9 Basketball 




Left to Right: Donna Marshall, Brooke Lench, Lucy Kent, Ann Perry, (Co-Captain), Drew Lench, 
Deborah Hall, Margaret Wilhelm, Miss Audrey Hibbett (Coach), Janice Wilbur (Manager), Wendy 
Starkweather, Susan Macauley, Cynthia Murphy, Ciddy Young, Catherine LaGreca, Margaret 
Prince (Co-Captain), Linda Hallowell. 



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3 


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2 




4 


Marshfield 


9 




1 


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3 




4 


Norwell 


1 




4 


Hull 


8 




4 


Cohasset 


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First Row, Left to Right: Mr. David Murphy 
(Coach), Rober Anacone, Richard McEvoy, Peter 
Chandler, Jay Desmarais. 

Second Row: Vernon Lane, Colin Batson, Frank 
Tonrey, William LaFleur, Robert Larson, David 
Shea. 

(Missing from picture: Michael Fallon, Robert 
Frye, George McEvoy, Donald Wolfgang, 
Jonathan Pye, Dennis Govont, Bradford Harper, 
Gary Phillips (Manager). 




First Row, Left to Right: Mary Leo, Brooke Lench, Kathy Jo Foote, Donna Marshall, Carol Foote, Pamela 
Shirley, Donna Palumbo. 

Second Row: Pamela Ness, Debra Washburn, Janet Foster, Catherine LaGreca, Susan AAacaulay, Cynthia 
Murphy, Margaret Prince, Darlene Mosher. 

(Missing from picture: Lissa Kendall, Joyce Hall, Sandra Burdick, Miss Deborah Brooks (Coach), Janice 
Wilbur (Manager), Abigail Barber (Manager). 




Softball 





The 1968 Duxbury High School girls' 
softball team ended its season with a 
splendid record of seven wins and one loss. 
This gave them second position in the 
League. The only loss was against Hanover; 
it was a close game. Much of the credit 
for the team's performance goes to the 
coach, Miss Deborah Brooks. 




First Row; Left to Right: Richard Hoel, Roy Bowman, Stephen Turner, Anthony LaGreca, 
Thomas Bailey, William Sproul. 

Second Row: Mr. James Buechler (Coach), Glenn Brodie, Richard Rawson, Paul Pape, Patrick 
Olwell, Thomas Blanchard, Anthony Fernandes, James Small, Paul Fagley. 
(Missing from picture: Robert Myers, Peter Melnicki) 



Wrestling 



Last year's wrestling club this year 
became a team and played its first matches 
with other schools including Scituate High 
School, Weymouth High School, Thayer 
Academy, Tabor Academy, and Milton 
Academy. 

Though new to Duxbury High School, 
wrestling is an ancient sport dating from 
about 2,000 B.C. It is a complex sport- 
making use of balance, speed, and lever- 
age. The team is made up of twelve boys 
who are matched with opponents in weight 
classes ranging from 103 to 180 pounds 
and over. Knowledge and experience, 
however, are more important than size or 
strength; a light man can often beat a 
heavy opponent. 

The object in wrestling is to pin your 
opponent by lowering both shoulders to the 
mat for two seconds. Matches are divided 
into three two-minute periods, and bout 
points are given for decisions (bringing 
your opponent down, reversing position, 
or placing him in danger of being pinned) . 
If a pin is not scored, whoever has more 
bout points at the end of the six-minute 
period wins the match. 





Golf 





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First Row, Left to Right: William Sproul, William 
Trezise, Harold Gunnarson, David Bradford, Jcrss 
Queeny, David Guilderson. 

Second Row: Ronald Merry, Thomas Garrity, Brjce Penn, 
Brian Plummer, Bradley Penn, Richard Merry . 

( Missing from picture: Mr. Fuller Marshall ( Coach ), 
Peter Chadwick, Edward Devnew, Robert Garrity, 
Richard Gurmarson, Harold Mosher, Henry Marshall, ) 



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First Row, Left to Right: Alan Otsuki, 
Phillip Smith. 

Second Row: Mark Chisholm, Mark Mc- 
Evoy, Stephen Wickham, Michael Fogar- 
ty, Frederick Luckey, Arthur Taft, John 
Pittenger, Paul Pape. 

(Missing from picture: Mr. Anthony Greene 
(Coach), David Marsha 1 1 , Michael Love- 
joy, Peter Brown.) 



Boys 9 
Tennis 





Girls 9 
Tennis 



First Row, Left to Right: Wendy Barker, Linda Hallowell, 
Jane Jones, Wendy Starkweather, Sarah Mann. 

Second Row: Nancy Spence (Manager), Paige Allen, 
Ann Perry, Sandra Allen. 

Third Row: Helen Bishop, Susan Aigler, Nina Colburn. 

(Missing from picture: Joan Butler, Lawrie Chisolm, Mrs. 
Ben Hanelt (Coach), Barbara Parker, Elizabeth Richards, 
Priscilla Fenton, Marjorie Taft (Manager). 




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First Row, Left to Right: Herbert Howland, Frederick Luckey, John 
Vickers, Michael Connolly, Robert Rozene. 

Second Row: Warren Holmes (Manager), Roderick Jones, John Godd- 
ard, Michael Edera, Keith Knapp, Scott Stoughton. 

(Missing from picture: Mr. Lawrence Dunn (Coach.) 



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Cross Country 



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The 1968 track team had a very impressive 
season. The small, 20-man squad managed to roll 
up a 5-4 record and place third in the South 
Shore League Meet. Of the four losses, three were 
decided by no more than five points. 

The '68 squad was essentially the same team 
which, the year before, had lost eight of nine 
meets. This shift in performance must be attribu- 
ted to the coaching of Mr. Michael Lycourgas, 
who instilled the team with a real desire to win. 
In order to win, the team had to place first in 
practically every event. There was no one to 
fall back upon and the pressure at meets was 
tremendous. 





Track 




Second Row: Michael Edera, Karlton Pingree, Ronald Marshall, Peter 
Vickers, Anthony LaGreca,Mr. Foster Cass (Coach) , James Conathan, 



Paul Balboni, Warren Holmes, Nicholas Gilbert. 

(Missing from picture: David Col I i ns, A I len Piper, Robert Marshall, 
James Wingate, Mr. Michael Lycourgas (Coach) . 




( Joined by a mutual interest^ 

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his own special ingredient. 




First Row, Left to Right: William Fallon (treasurer), 
Susanna Power (corresponding secretary), Wendy Stark- 
weather (President), Mary Lou Sibley (Vice-President), 
Lynne Doran (secretary). 

Second Row: Judith Pierce, Julie Stephen, Ellen Grady, 
Paige Allen, Heather McCarthy, Janet Willingham, 
Sean Drummey, Hugh Fellows, Joseph Small. 

Third Row: Paul Fagley, James VanHaur, James Small, 
Nancy Schaffer, Jon Pierce, Michael Edera. 

Fourth Row: Frederick Trezise, Lynn Starkweather, 
Cynthia Murphy, Sylvia Kelso, Christine Grundy, 
William Sproul, Scott Thrasher. 

(Missing from picture: Nancy Hall, Shelley Reid.) 



Student Council 





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The Student Council worked toward its goals of 
school spirit and student unity in two ways this year: 
with the traditional Homecoming, Carnigras and pep 
rallies,and with an attempt to make the Student Council 
a student government through constitution revision and 
better representation. The Student Council is now more 
than an extracurricular activity; it is a working member 
of the school . 



Band 




Grace 12: Robert Bennett, Patricia Gil- 
man, Susan Macaulay, Roderick Jones. 

Graae 1 I: Thomas BIcncharc, Debra Wash- 
burn, Deborah Rudolph, Robert Lima. 

Grace 10: Deborah Foisy, Sylvia Kelso, 
Laurel Wass, Doris Mills, Christopher 
Roveto, Gail Southard, Pamela Shirley, 
Marilyn Gilman, Michael Lovejoy, 
William Whitehouse, Stephen Ccnty, 
Hubert MerricK, Bracford Wyman, Donna 
Marshall, Darlene Mosner. 

Grcae 9: Michael Elcricge, Hugh Fellows, 
Jeffrey Cotton, Paul McGarigal, Patricia 
Goin, Linaa Metcalf, Janice Butler, 
Nancy Kenarew, Roxanne Smith, Sean 
Drummey . 






First Row, Left to Right: Cynthia Argento, Heidi Mayo, Judith Canty, Douglas King (Business Manager), Judith 
Walker (Editor), Maura McDevitt (Secretary), Lynne Doran, Jean McCaig, Kathy Jo Foote. 



Second Row: Jane Drollett, Wendy Barker, Charlotte Queeny, Sara Packard, Deborah Kelso, Jane Drummey, 
Ciddy Young, Rosanna Begin, Pamela Watt, Janet Willingham, Susanna Power, Laurie Shane. 

Third Row: Deborah Dickow, Amy Gazin, Ann Perry, Michael Connolly, Arthur Taft, Nancy Schaffer, 
Deborah Merlin, Sarah Mann. 

(Missing from picture: Jessica Weld, Nancy Spence.) 




FTA 

Future Teachers Club this year has become a larger, more dynamic and 
very ambitious group. The addition of sophomores and freshmen gave the 
group new life and gave the juniors and seniors more time to concentrate 
on actual teaching. A scholarship fund was established for the first time, 
and the only element this bevy of fifty beauties lacked was some male 
members. 



Future 
Nurses 

of 
America 



First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Anne P. Welker(Advisor) , Cynthia Argento 
(President), Elizabeth Osborn (Treasurer and Secretary) , Louise Manseau. 

Second Row: Denise Cope, Katherine Boivin, Roxanne Desmarais, Carol 
Peterson, Sandra Mills, Mary Ann Chantre, Francine Coderre. 

Third Row: Patricia Gilman, Laurel Wass, Donna Palumbo, Patricia Rice, 
Linda Metcalf, May Sargent. 

(Missing from picture: Beverly Nickerson, Lynn Gorham, Jane Halpin, 
Diane Carter, Susan Mugford, Janice Wilbur (Vice-President). 



Witerature 




First Row, Left to Right: Cynthia Argento, Heidi Mayo, Judith Canty (Layout Editor), Ann 
Perry (Literary Editor), Jean McCaig (Editor), Rosanna Begin (Secretary), June Oliver 
(Business Manager^, Rebecca Eaton (Publicity Chairman), Candace Jenkins. 



Second Row: Amy Gazin, Carolyn Chase, Leatrice Mitsock, Deborah Moeller, Jane Drummey, 
Deborah Kelso , p ame | a Watt, Ciddy Young, Lynne Doran, Judith Walker, Susanna Power,, 
Linda Brackett. 

Third Row: Patrick Olwell, Lee Milligan. 

(Missing from picture: Mrs. M. E. Sherwood (Advisor), Brooke Wilding, Sylvia Kelso, 
Wendy Barker.) 




Library Service Club 




Seated, Left to Right; Julie Stephen, Carol Peterson, Robert Schneiaer, Hope Peters, Denise 
Cope, Gary Thompson. 



Standing, Left to Right: Sharon Walker (Treasurer), Joan Randall (President), Marilyn Gilman 
(Vice-Presiaent) . 

(Missing from picture: Janice Butler, Francis Armey, Colleen Dchlen, Christine Randall, 
Evelyn Ferrell (Secretary), Diane Carter.) 



National Honor Society 





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Seated, Left to Right: 
Judith Canty, June Oliver, 
Col. James Truden (Advisor), 
Alan Otsuki (President), 
Jane Drummey (Vice-Pres- 
iaenr), Deborah Dickow, 
Nancy Spence, Deborah 
Kelso . 

Standing: Cancace Jenkins 
(Treasurer), Virginia Pyle 
(Secretary) . 

(Missing from picture: 
Decorah Davis.) 





First Row, Left to Right: Linda Wadell, Barbara Willingham, Amy Gazin, Virginia Pyle, Roderick Jones (Acc- 
ompanist), Janet Willingham, Nancy Schaffer, Pearl Jones, Linda Putnam, Albert Amado, Lynne Doran, 
Mary Lou Sibley, Nancy Spence, Pamela Ness, Wendy Starkweather, Jean McCaig. 



Second Row: Wendy Keith, Barbara MacDonald, Deborah Herrick, Maura McDevitt, Laurie Shane, Donna 
Marshall, Carol Foote, Susan MacNab, Jane Drollett, Deborah Moeller, Patricia Tesman, Brenda Wormstead, 
Debra Washburn, Deborah Rudolph, Hugh Fellows, Sean Drummey, Frederick Driver, Judy Canty. 

Third Row: Laura Keith, Agnese Stevens, Patricia Goin, Pamela Watt, Susanna Power, Julia Manner, Patricia 
Gilman, Darlene Mosher, Lynn Starkweather, Holly Alves, Susan Sperry, El len Conathan, Hope Peters, Paul 
McGarigal, Candace Jenkins, Rebecca Eaton, Deborah Dickow. 

Fourth Row: John Goddard, James Small, Frederick Luckey, Elizabeth Banks, Janet Foster, Sara Packard, 
Deborah Foisy, Jane Halpin, Joseph Small, Paul Fagley, Wendy Barker, Barbara Parker, Janet Nourse, Judy 
Handy, Carolyn Houghton, Ann Evans, Ingrid Ellingsen. 

(Missing from picture: Sarah Mann, Antonio Fernandes, Christine Moss, Stephen Canty, Arthur Ryden, Bradford 
Wyman, Bonnie Davis, Anthony LaGreca, Peter Vickers, David Pynn.) 



Choir 




Photography Club 




First Row, Left to Right: Virginia Pyle, Janet Foster, June Oliver 
Second Row: Arthur Taft, Douglas King, Leonard Ariagno 
(Missing from picture: Mr. Robert Sullivan (Advisor) 




Audio- 
visual 
Club 



First Row, Left to Right: William Fallon, Edward Peterson, Bart LaGreca, Peter Chandler, Donald Ken- 
drew, Thomas Bailey, Roy Ahlquist, Daniel Frye. 

Second Row: Thomas LeGore, Warren Holmes, Jay Desmarais, Ronald Garnett, Karlton Pingree, Paul 
Balboni, Mark McEvoy, Leonard Ariagno, Donald King, Robert Anacone, Richard McEvoy, Joseph 
Small, James VanHaur. 



(Missing from picture: Mr. David Murphy (Advisor), Eric Endresen, Robert Mitchell, George Forcier, 
David Guilderson, Scott Thrasher, Dennis M. Govoni, Stephen Caliri, Peter Vose, Richard Lillie.) 



American Field Service 




First Row, Left to Right: Charlotte Queeny, Lynne Doran, Rebecca Eaton, Janet Nourse, Susan LaGreca, 
Wendy Barker, Jane Drollett, Carolyn Chase, Lucy Kent, Brooke Lench, Barbara Parker, Alison Gilbert, 
Cynthia Ladd, Ellen Grady, Joan Randall. 



Second Row: Janis Turner, Gayle Prince, Sandra Allen, Nancy Spence, Jean McCaig, Kathy Jo Foote, Ann 
Perry, Virginia Pyle, Janet Foster, June Oliver, Hope Peters, Deborah Hutchinson, Aija Kusins, Doris Merrick. 

Third Row: Laura Keith, Roxanne Desmarais, Linda Putnam, Nina Colburn, Laurie Shane, Leslie Royle, Susanna 
Power, Ellen Conathan, Maura McDevitt, Mary Lou Sibley, Jane Drummey, Linda Haggar, Carol Thompson, 
Carole Sonntag, Brooke Wilding. 

Fourth Row: Deborah Kelso, Amy Gazin, Sara Packard, James Queeny, Alan Otsuki, Holly Alves, Susan 
Sperry, William Sproul, Cynthia Argento, Michael Connolly, Helen Bishop, Susan James, Nancy Schaffer, 
Deborah Hall, Dorothy Mills, Joann Jessop. 

Fifth Row: Pamela Watt, Susan Aigler, Linda Brackett, David Bradford, 
Lee Milligan, Michael Edera, Frederick Luckey, Deborah Moeller, Cand- 
ace Jenkins, Richard McEvoy, Judith Walker, Janet Willingham, Ingrid 
Ell ingsen, Margaret Prince, Sara Johnston, Anne Evans. 

(Missing from picture: Mr. James Beuchler (Advisor), Deborah Davis.) 




French Club 




First Row, Left to Right: Miss Michele McDevitt (Advisor), Lynne Doran, Rebecca Eaton, Ciddy Young, Jean 
McCaig (Secretary), Ann Perry (President), Linda Brackett (Treasurer), Amy Gazin (Vice-President), Leatrice 
Mitsock, Sara Packard, Ellen Grady, Colleen Dahlen, Holly Willard. 



Second Row: Sarah Morgan, Patricia McEvoy, Nancy Spence, Drew Lench, Judith Handy, Donna Palumbo, 
Cynthia Murphy, Jane Jones, Elizabeth McNeil, Linda Mathewson, Janet Foster, June Oliver, Hope Peters, 
Virginia Pyle. 

Third Row: Robin Fogarty, Wendy Carignan, Pamela Ness, Nina Colburn, Laurie Shane, Leslie Royle, 
Susanna Power, Ellen Conathan, Maura McDevitt, Mary Lou Sibley, Jane Drummey, Helen Bishop, Linda 
Hagger, Nancy Schaffer. 

Fourth Row: Judith Canty, Brooke Wilding, Nancie Becker, Edward Rogerson, Alan Otsuki, Holly Alves, 
Susan Sperry, William Sproul, Cynthia Argento, Susan Brehm, Sylvia Kelso # Susan James, Michael Connolly. 

Fifth Row: Deborah Kelso, Daphne Herrick, Sarah Mann, Christopher Roveto, Michael Edera, Frederick Luckey, 
Linda Putnam, Julie Stephen, Judith Pierce, Heather McCarthy, Christine Grundy. 



(Missing from picture: Caryl Stiffler, Linda Metcalf, Diane Flanagan.) 




Drama at DHS 






In the spring of 1968 Duxbury High 
School presented its first all -school play. 
Mr. Lawrence Dunn directed a cast com- 
posed of students in grades seven through 
twelve. The play was Clarence Day's 
Life with Father. This comedy was made 
even funnier by several unintentional 
incidents. Who will forget the milk spilt 
all over the stage, and the disembodied 
hand throwing in napkins to clean it up? 
Remember the curtain that got stuck, and 
stage manager Judy Walker's entrance 
into the play? How about the apron that 
fell off? The production was certainly 
one which left its mark on the history of 
drama at DHS. 






First Row, Left to Right: Karlton Pingree (Corresponding Secretary), Paul Fagley (Vice-President), Richard 
McEvoy (President), James Queeny (Secretary). 



Second Row: David Bradford, Richard Lillie, Robert Anacone, John Devnew, Roderick Jones, Leonard 
Ariagno, Alan Otsuki, Michael Edera. 

Third Row: Robert Bennett, David Shea, Michael Mori, Donald King, James VanHaur, Arthur Taft, Donald 
Kendrew. 

(Missing from picture: Mr. Lawrence Dunn (Advisor), John Vickers, Robert Mitchell (Treasurer), Thomas Blan- 
chard, Robert Lima, John Wilder.) 



One. 
One is 

unique; selfish; 
alone. 

A whole bunch. 

Many are 

a lot; a muchness; 

■cce--e:. 





all one. 

*:ce--£', ;e::~e :~e 

o single unit. 
But always 
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Two by two, 
all in dull green, 
we march into the future. 
We've completed the circle; 
v -e • e • zzz - - : z± -;-ge' - e-- 
Each one part of the mighty whole. 
For every member added himself 
Each unique, but able to fit into a larger whole 
Two by two, 
all in dull green, 
we march into the future- 
clone . 



~-e -z-zi ~z-z- zz-zi- --a : '-e zzzz z-z 

It is finis; completed; cone. 

A yearbook ends. The green and white(that fall 

into line) are gone. 

Years of your life close. 

High school becomes a part of a greater whole. 
A whole which you face alone. 
You begin a walk down 
Life. 



PATRONS 



A Friend 
A Friend 

Mr. & Mrs R.L.D. Aigler 
Mr. & Mrs. Ross Allen 
Mr. & Mrs. William Anacone 
Mr. & Mrs. L. P. Ariagno 
Mrs. Arrowsmith 
Mr. & Mrs. Winthrop Baker 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo E. Begin 
Mr. & Mrs Raymond Bennett 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bertone 
Mr. & Mrs. W.~ R. Brackett 
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Carignan 
Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Conathan 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Day III 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Dickow 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Wendell Drollett 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Dunmore 
Mrs. Frank C. Dwyer 
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Eaton 
Capt. & Mrs. Robert L. Evans 

Mr. & Mrs. George Foote 

W. Montague Geer III 

Mr. & Mrs. Winslow Hallowell 

Mr. & Mrs. Percy W. Havenstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Jarvis 

Mrs. Richard A. Jenkins 

Mrs. Mildred Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. James Johnston 

Mr. & Mrs William E. Jones 

Mr. & Mrs. James G. Kelso 

Mr. & Mrs. Edmund J. King 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert King 

Mr. & Mrs. John McCaig 

Mr. & Mrs. John McDevitt 

Mr. & Mrs. George A. McEvoy 

Patricia McEvoy 

Meeting House School 

Dr. & Mrs. John R. Merrick 

Mr. & Mrs Edward D. Mitchell 

Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Otsuki 

Mrs. Norman Perry 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Pingree 



Mr. & Mrs. David Primmer 

Mrs. Elinor C. Prince 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ross 

Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Sibley 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. John F. Spence Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank Sproul 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter E. Starkweather 

Mr. & Mrs. Ambrose Stevens 

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Taft 

Mr. & Mrs. J. William Thompson 

Dr. & Mrs Gl 1 1 is K. Turner 

Mrs. Marjorie VanHaur 

Mr. &Mrs. Clarence Walker 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wilbur 

Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Willingham 

Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Young 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Prince 




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L eland's Restaurant 

fflajn Street 
Kingston^ ffiaS& 

S85-M3S0 





Herrick fluto Sales 



Newspapers - Soda Fountain- Groceries 

Freeman's \4riesKj Store 
Hatfs Corner 
South Duxb uru 



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GOODBYE- from Judy Collins 
Many lived before us, 
I know we are not new, 
In city and in forest, 
They smile like me and you# 
I»m not looking for another, 
As I wander in my time: 
Walk me to the corner- 
pur steps will always rhyme. 
Let's not talk of love or change 
Or things we can*t_untie, 
Your eyes are soft with sorrow- 
Hey - that's no way to say goodbye* 




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