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EAST BRIDGEWATER SCHOOLS 



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Published By 

Senior Class 

EAST BRIDGEWATER HIGH - EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 




We, the Class of 1961, dedicate the "Torch" 
to Superintendent of Schools Stanley B. Gold- 
man. This is our way of expressing our grati- 
tude and our sincere appreciation for all that 
he has done for the students of East Bridge- 
water as a teacher, principal, superintendent 
and friend. 



IN MEMORIAM 



JANE LOUISE COTE 
1943-1959 




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ARTHUR JAMES EKLUND, JR. 
1943-1960 




JAMES HOR? 
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Just one year ago the flame of 
the first "Torch" was ignited. 
Now, the Class of '61 has endeav- 
ored to rekindle that flame with 
the same spark of enthusiasm that 
inspired the original staff. After 
months of endless work and prep- 
aration we present you the 1961 
edition of the "Torch." We hope 
that it will serve as a lasting re- 
minder of the most enjoyable days 
of our youth — those spent at East 
Bridgewater High. 




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'Director 



As Director of Guidance, Miss Anne 
McNally has not only served as a coun- 
selor, but also as a friend. For many years 
Miss McNally has given her time and ef- 
forts to the students of East Bridgewater 
High School. 

Mr. Morey, who serves as Administra- 
tive Assistant, has also been our class ad- 
visor for three years. In this capacity he 
has offered his advice regarding problems 
concerning the class. 



Administrative 
Assistant 



MR. JOSEPH F. MOREY 
B.S. in Ed. 








Senior faculty Members 



We. the Class of '61, wish to honor 
three outstanding faculty members who 
have devoted their entire teaching careers 
to the students of East Bridgewater. Miss 
Marlene L. Andrews, teacher of English 
and United States History, Miss Mary Sul- 
livan, head of the language department, 
and Mr. Everett R. Lays, social studies in- 
structor, have contributed greatly to the 
high standing of our school. 

It has indeed been a privilege to have 
been taught by such fine teachers. 




MARY SULLIVAN 

B.S.; M.A. 
Latin and French 




EVERETT R. LAYS 

B.S.; B.S.Ed.: Ed.M. 

Social Studies 

















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1961 

Class 
Officers 



ANTHONY PETER DeFEO 

"Tony" 

Favorite Expression: "Nice Play" 

Ambition : College 

Class President 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Classical League 1, 3, 4, President 
2; Traffic Squad 2, 3; Legion Essay 3, 4; 
Boys' State 3; United Nations 4; Yearbook 
4; All-Leacue 4. 



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DUNNE ELIZABETH ABATI 
"Dee-Dee"' 

Favorite Expression: "Fiend!" 

Ambition: Medical Secretary 

Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 
1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; 
Freshman Chorus: French Choral and Art 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Office Assistant 1, 2; Class Play; Year- 
book 4. 




DAVID JOHN BUTLER 
"Dave" 

Favorite Expression: "We're not going to 
worry about it." 

Ambition: Military Academy 

Class Vice President 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 
Captain 4; Student Council 2, Vice Presi- 
dent 3, President 4; Junior Classical League 
1, 3, Vice President 2; French Choral and 
Art 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom; Marshal '60 
Graduation; Class Play; Yearbook 4. 



PAULA ORTENZI 

"Paulette" 

Favorite Expression: "Ah-Ha!" 

Ambition: College 

Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 
Leader 3, 4; Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 
2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 2, 3; Junior 
Prom; Sophomore Hop; Library Assistant 
1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4. 






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Seniors 



BRUCE EDWARD ADAMS 

"Spin" 

Favorite Expression: "Hey, Dad" 

Ambition: Graduate 

Band 1, 2; Freshman Chorus; Cross Coun- 
try 1. 



DAVID ALDEN 

"Dave" 



Ambition: Forestry 



JUDITH ALLEN 

"Judy" 



LEE ALSHEIMER 
"Lee" 

Favorite Expression : "Hi, Hey" 

Ambition: Service 

Yearbook 4. 



Favorite Expression : 
Ambition: College 



'Hey" 



Freshman Chorus; Cafeteria Assistant; 
Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
SoftbaU 1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral and 
Art 4; Yearbook 4. 





ERIC BLAIR ANDERSON 
"Reverend" 

Favorite Expression: "I don't know" 

Ambition: Maritime School, Travel 

Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Track 1, 
2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Student Council 4; 
Class Play 4. 






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MARY DOROTHY ANDERSON 
"Mar)-" 

Favorite Expression: ''Don't be funny!" 

Ambition: Houghton College 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; 
French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Prom; Library 
Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' State 3; Year- 
book 4. 



DORIS E. BARNARD 
"Dee" 

Favorite Expression: "Gee-ee-ee-ze!" 

Ambition: I.B.M. School 

Clinic Assistant 1, 2, 4; Office Assistant 1, 
4; Cafeteria Assistant 3, 4; Freshman Cho- 
rus; Junior Prom; Sophomore Hop; Year- 
book 4. 



MATTIE BARROWS 

"General Lee" 



Favorite Expression: 
Ambition: Nursing 



'For Pete's Sake" 



1 — South Junior High 

2— Saint Patrick's High 

Science Club 1; Sophomore Hop; Yearbook 

4; Office Assistant 4. 



JOHN BALDI 
"Baldi" 

Favorite Expression : "Who, me?' 1 

Ambition : Air Force 

1, 2— Rockland High 
Yearbook 4. 



DENNIS JAMES BONI 
"Bones" 

Favorite Expression: "John, got any life- 
savers?" 

Ambition: College 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 4; Class Play 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book 4. 







JEAN MARGARET BUMPUS 

"Jeannie" 

Favorite Expression : "I don't know" 

Ambition: Undecided 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; 
French Choral and Art 2, 3, 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 
Chorus 3; Clinic Assistant 2; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Yearbook 4. 



MARY GERTRUDE COOK 
'Trudy" 

Favorite Expression : "I give up" 

Ambition: Office work 

1 — South Junior High 

Freshman Chorus; Basketball 1; Softball 

1, 2, Yearbook 4. 



CAROL E. CHUCKRAN 
"Chuck" 

Favorite Expression: "1 give up" 

Ambition: French teacher 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 4; French 
Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 
3, 4; Clinic Assistant 3, 4; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Yearbook 4. 



JUDITH COREY 
"Judy" 

Ambition: Nursing 

Freshman Chorus; Library Assistant 4; 
Sophomore Hop. 





JOHN THOMAS CONNORS 
"Exchange" 

Favorite Expression: "Shut-up, Ben" 

Ambition: Medicine or Law 

Class President 2; National Honor Sociel 
3, 4; French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4 
Junior Classical League 1, 3, 4, Secretai 
2; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Trac 
Manager 3, 4; Class Play 4; Yearbook 4. 



Seniors 





CORNELIUS M. DAHILL 

"Connie" 



Ambition: Work 



THOMAS E. DEANE 

"Tommy" 

Favorite Expression: "So what! !" 
Ambition: Meat Cutter 



CHARLOTTE A. DEVEAU 

"Charlotte" 

Favorite Expression: "Oh, for heaven's 
sake ! " 

Ambition: Office work 

1 — Broad Meadows High, Quincy 
Library Staff 1; Glee Club 1; French Cho- 
ral and Art 2; Office Assistant 4. 



MILDRED HELEN DEWHURST 
"Millie" 

Favorite Expression : "Which is nice" 

Ambition: Education 

Chorus 1; Library Assistant 1; Cafeteria 
Assistant 1; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Student Council; Cheerleader 4; Office As- 
sistant 2, 4; Yearbook 4. 



BERNARD LESTER COX 
"Benny" 

Favorite Expression: '"That's life" 

Ambition: Purdue University 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior 
Prom; Class Play; Yearbook 4. 





Seniors 



THOMAS DUNLEVY 
"Don" 

Favorite Expression : "Ain't worth a darn" 

Ambition: Aviation Mechanic 

Track 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PAMELA BOYD ELLIS 
"Pam" 

Favorite Expression: "Are you some kind 
of a nut or something?" 

Ambition: Office work 

Chorus 1 ; Library Assistant 1 ; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Cheerleading 3; Office 
Assistant 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4. 



HAROLD FRANCIS DONDERO 
"H" 

Favorite Expression: "Choke" 

Ambition: Engineer 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4, 

Co-captain; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 

3, 4; Junior Prom; Class Play 4; Yearbook 

4; French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROSEMARY CHARLENE ESTEP 
"Rosey" 

Favorite Expression: "Oh, yah?" 

Ambition: Secretary 

Basketball 3, 4; Softball 3; Student Council 
1, 3; Junior Prom; Chorus 1; Library 
Assistant 4. 





PAMELA FISHER 

"Pam" 

Favorite Expression: "Hey! Aunie Roofie, 
what's that?" 

Ambition: College 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; Band 
1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; S.E.M.S.BA. 
1, 3, 4; All-State District 2, 4; All-New 
England 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, Co-captain 3, 4; Sophomore 
Hop; Junior Prom; Student Council 2; 
Yearbook 4. 







LEO HARRY BOUTIETTE. JR. 
"Buddha" 

Favorite Expression: "No! It's 'El Buddha'" 

Ambition: Become a barber 

Baseball manager 1, 2, 3; Track 4; French 
Choral and Art 4; Band 4; Junior Prom; 
Yearbook 4. 



RICHARD GONSALVES 
"Mousey" 

Favorite Expression : "Not too tough" 

Ambition: Work 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4. 



JAMES GRABAU 
"Jim" 

Favorite Expression: "I don't care!' 

Ambition: Work 



KAREN ELEANOR GRASSE 
"K. G." 

Favorite Expression: "How 'bout that" 

Ambition: I.B.M. School 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; 
Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; Jun- 
ior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; French 
Choral and Art 2, 3; Clinic Assistant 1, 2; 
Office Assistant 3, 4; Class Play 4; Year- 
book 4. 



SUSAN FRANCES GARABEDIAN 
"Sue" 

Favorite Expression : "Isn't that cunning" 

Ambition: Secretary 

Band 1, 2, 3. Vice President 4; Choraleers 
2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus; French Choral 
and Art 2: Office Assistant 2, 4; Clinic 
Assistant 4: Junior Prom; Yearbook 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. 







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BONNIE LEE HAYNES 
"Boo" 

Favorite Expression: "Never mind" 

Ambition: Housewife 

1 — West Bridgewater High 
Softball 1, 2; Band 1; Cafeteria Assistant 
1; French Choral and Art 3, 4; Junior 
Classical League 3, 4; Junior Prom; Mar- 
shal '60 Graduation; Office Assistant 4; 
Cheerleader 4; Yearbook 4. 



JAMES CURTIS HORNSTRA 
"Jim" 

Favorite Expression: "Gr-r-r-r-r" 

Ambition: College 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Class Play 
Committee 4; Junior Prom; Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3; French 
Choral and Art 1, 2, 3; Boys' State 3; Traf- 
fic Squad 2; Yearbook 4. 




BRUCE PARKER HAYDEN 

"Myron" 

Favorite Expression: "Honduras" 

Ambition: Work for father then later take 
over business. 

Basketball 1 ; Student Council 3. 



JANET AVERY HOWARD 

"Janet" 

Favorite Expression: "Chuckle, Chuckle" 

Ambition: Junior College 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom; French Choral 
and Art 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; 
Class Play; Yearbook 4. 





JOAN PATRICIA HORTE 
Joanie 

Favorite Expression : "W-e-1-1" 

Ambition: Boston University 

French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Classical League 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; 
Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, Secre- 
tary 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Yearbook 4; S.EJVf.S.BA. 2, 3, 4; All- 
State District 3, 4; All-State 3, 4; All- 
New England 3, 4. 



Seniors 





MARCIA MARIE HULTMAN 

"Marsh" 

Favorite Expression : "That's true" 

Ambition: Further Education 

Freshman Chorus; Office Assistant 1; 
French Choral and Art 2; Junior Prom; 
Basketball 4. 



PATRICIA J. HUNNEWELL 
"Patsy" 

Favorite Expression: "Many famous people 
have been in jail one time or another." 

Ambition: School and Marriage 

Freshman Chorus; Sophomore Hop; Junior 
Prom; Yearbook 4. 




GEORGE F. LOPES 

"George" 

Favorite Expression: "Real Cool Dadio" 
Ambition: Navy 
Class Play. 



GAIL KATHLEEN MARSHALL 

"Gail" 

Ambition: Fashion Designer 

1 — Norway High, Maine 
Choraleers 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Play 4; Year- 
book 4. 



SANDRA LEE HUDSON 

"Sandy" 

Favorite Expression : "Shut-up" 

Ambition: Nursing 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; 
Softball 1; Clinic Assistant 2, 3, 4; Band 
3, 4; Freshman Chorus; French Choral 
and Art 2 ; Yearbook 4. 






Seniors 



DAWN FRANCES McCORDICK 
"Dawn" 

Favorite Expression: "Ah — Shut-up" 

Ambition: I.B.M. School and Marriage 

Student's Pen 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 
3, 4; Freshman Chorus; Clinic Assistant 
1; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Hop; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; 
S.E.M.S.B.A. 3, 4. 



MARIO MORETTI JR. 
"Duke" 

Ambition: Armed Forces. 




DONNA MOLA 
"Don" 

Favorite Expression: "Why-y not!" 

Ambition: Nursing 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; 
French Choral and Art 1, 2, 4; Junior Clas- 
sical League 1; Sophomore Hop; Junior 
Prom; Basketball 2; Cheerleader 4; Library 
Assistant 2 ; Yearbook 4. 



CONSTANCE ANN MORSE 
Lonnie 

Favorite Expression: "Definitely!" 

Ambition: I.B.M. School, Marriage 

French Choral and Art 1; Cafeteria Assist- 
ant 1, 2, 3. 





DIANE LENORE NIELSEN 
"Diane" 

Favorite Expression : "Don't be ridiculous" 

Ambition: I.B.M. School 

Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 1; French Choral and Art 2; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom; Yearbook 4. 






HENRY PATT 
"Henry" 

Ambition: Armed Forces. 



DAVID L. PERKINS 
"Perky" 

Favorite Expression: "Assignment? What 
assignment?" 

Ambition: I.B.M. School 

Student Council 3. 



GAIL PETERSON 
"Pete" 

Favorite Expression: "My word!" 

Ambition: Medical Technologist 

Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4; French 
Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Freshman Chorus; 
Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Office 
Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



LESTER PETERSON 
"Pete" 

Favorite Expression: "Oh, well!" 

Ambition: Work 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Play. 



ALICE ROSEMARY PAIVA 
"Snookde" 

Favorite Expression: "Me woves you!" 

Ambition: Secretary 

Class Ring Committee 1; Freshman Chorus; 
Choraleers 2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 
1, 2; Sophomore Hop; Junior Prom; Cheer- 
leader 2; Class Play Committee 4; Office 
Assistant 4; Yearbook 4. 






WALTER POSHKUS 
"Pot" 

Favorite Expression: "Yes, Paula!" 

Ambition: Service 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook. 



THOMAS PHELAN 

"Tom" 

Favorite Expression: "No" 

Ambition: Service 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GLORIA ELLEN POST 

"GIo" 

Favorite Expression: "You numb" 

Ambition: Business school or secretarial 
work 

Freshman Chorus; Sophomore Hop; Junior 
Prom; Majorette 4; Basketball 3, 4; French 
Choral and Art 3; Yearbook. 



MARY CHRISTINE QUERIPIL 
"Quirp" 

Favorite Expression : "Gee Whiz ! " 

Ambition: Secretary 

Basketball 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Softball 
1, 2, 4; Traffic Squad 2. 





RUTH-ANNE ROCKWELL 
"Ruthie" 

Favorite Expression: "I don't know, Aunt 
Pampy, what's that?" 

Ambition: Home Economist 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; Jun- 
ior Prom; Sophomore Hop; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; French Choral 
and Art 1, 2, 3. 4; Yearbook 4. 



Seniors 




ROSEANN RODRICKS 
"Rosie" 

Favorite Expression : "Joke ! Joke ! " 

Ambition: Legal Secretary 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; Jun- 
ior Classical League 1; French Choral and 
Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Junior 
Prom: Library Assistant 1, 2. 




DEANNA ROLLINS 

"Dee" 

Favorite Expression: "I'm hungry" 

Ambition: College and a trip to Europe 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Sophomore 
Hop: Junior Prom; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Class Play; 
Yearbook 4. 



JOHN LEWIS SILVA JR. 
"Johnny" 

I give up. What 



DONNA JEANNE SAMPSON 

"Sara" 

Favorite Expression : "I don't know" 
Ambition: Nurse's Training 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Favorite Expression 
is it?" 



Ambition: Working for George Atwood 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class 
Play. 



CORNELIA J. SISCOE 
"Cory" 

Favorite Expression: "What a panic" 

Ambition: Elementary School Teacher 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; French Choral and Art 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Clinic Assistant 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Year 
book 4. 





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Seniors 




RUTH ELLEN STINCHFIELD 
"Ruthie" 

Favorite Expression: "That's the way the 
world turns" 

Ambition: Medical Secretary 

Freshman Chorus; Choraleers 2, 3; Treas- 
urer 4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2, 3; Junior Prom; 
Basketball 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
French Choral and Art 2, 3, 4; Junior Clas- 
sical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 



JAMES H. THORNTON 
"Jimmy" 

Favorite Expression: "Well I'm not going 
to worry about it." 

Ambition: Nary or Coast Guard 

Football 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 





PAULINE TARANTINO 
"Polly" 

Favorite Expression : "I don't believe you" 

Ambition: I.B.M.School 

French Choral and Art 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
Chorus; Library Assistant 3; Junior Prom; 
Student Council 4; Yearbook. 



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Class of 1961 





GILBERT E. VERONESI JR. 
"Gil" 

Favorite Expression: "Hi, Babe" 

Ambition: College 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play; Student 
Council 1, 2. 



DIANNE SOPHIE ZION 
"Di" 

Favorite Expression: "Why not!" 

Ambition: Hairdressing School 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus; Sopho- 
more Hop; Junior Prom; Office Assistant 
3, 4; Yearbook 4. 



FREDERICK R. WHITE 
"Fred" 

Favorite Expression: "He'll do anything for 
a laugh" 

Ambition: Northeastern 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Basketball 3; 
Class Play; Yearbook 4. 




We remember it as if it were yesterday. That day in September 
1957, when we, the class of 1961, entered the doors of East Bridge- 
water High School and thus began four years of high school and a 
lifetime of priceless memories. 

As the freshman year opened, class officers were elected, a con- 
stitution was set up, the class motto was written, and the class colors 
were chosen by various committees in the class. To the rest of the 
school, these events were of 
little importance but this 
was our first taste of high 
school life. 

The class pin, a blue and 
white octagon with the East 
Bridgewater High School 

emblem and the year '61 engraved on the face of the pin, was 
purchased by many of the members of our class. 

In the spring of '59, we spent a most memorable day visiting 
historic Boston. It was the first time that the class had done any- 
thing together, and it was a day we will never forget !■ Will we? 

The sophomore year was highlighted with the Sophomore Hop. 
The autumnal atmosphere and decorations encouraged the theme 
of "Twilight Time." 
The Junior year was a happy and memorable one 



for all. Mr. Joseph Morey, 
helped us through many 
which were concerned with 



our class advisor, 
situations, most of 
the planning of our 



junior prom. 

On the evening of April 29, 1960, the class of '61 sponsored 
its first formal, "Castle in the Clouds." The scene was set in an 
atmosphere of royalty, accentuated by a lovely background of roses, 
moonlight, and soft music. After the Grand March, led by the class 
officers, the royal atmosphere became authentic when Miss Doris 
Barnard, a member of the class of '61, was selected queen of our 



prom. As Queen Doris accepted the honor 
by taking her place on the royal throne, 
she was presented a bouquet of roses by 
the president of our class. 

The final and most important year in 
our high school lives finally arrived. As 
seniors, we immediately started work on 
the second edition of the yearbook, co- 
edited by James Hornstra and Mary 
Anderson. 

December 9, 1960, was the debut for 
the talented members of the class who 
participated in the class play, "Arsenic 
and Old Lace." 

As the months gradually became 
weeks, and the weeks eventually de- 
creased, we found that it was June 14th, 
graduation day for the class of 1961. 

Tears were shed by many, signifying 
that sadness existed in the hearts of those 
who dislike leaving friends and good 
times behind. Happiness, however, was 
shown by some people who realized that 
the first important bridge in their life had 
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1. Patricia Hunnewell: "How's 
this for a pose?" 

2. Gloria Post: "What do you 
mean you donlt want to play 
house?" 

3. John Baldi: "Sounds interest- 



4. Deanna Rollins: "Please believe 
me, John!" 

5. Jean Bumpus: "This place is 
for the birds." 

6. Bruce Hayden: "Don't call me 
Myron!" 

7. Sandra Hudson: "But I wasn't 
talking, Miss Stankus!" 

8. James Thornton: "The barber 
shop is closed." 

9. Thomas Phelan: "You were fat 
once, too!" 

10. Tony Defeo: "Chuck it quick, 
I got to get a pizza!" 

11. Cory Siscoe: "Hi, there, Hot 
Stuff!" 

12. Judy Allen: "Don't laugh, I 
get 30 miles to a gallon." 

13. Dennis Boni: "What, X + V 
doesn't equal M?" w + n 



14. Paula Ortenzi: "Hi, Hand- 
some!" 

15. Leo Boutiette: "When do we 
eat?" 

16. Mary Anderson: "Give me back 
my Latin book!" 

17. Bernard Cox: "Extra credit if 
I smoke it?" 

18. Walter Poshkus: "Did my un- 
employment check come yet?" 

19. Rosemary Paiva: "Hey, did you 
hear this one?" 

20. Lee Alsheimer: "Shake, rattle 
and roll!" 

21. Charlotte Deveau: "Wow! It's 
Yogi Bear!" 

22. Bonnie Haynes: "You heard 
me! I won't do the dishes!" 

23. Ruth Anne Rockwell: "Where 
have you been all my life?" 

24. Pam Fisher: "Hey, what's goin' 
on over there?" 






25. Karen Grasse: "Won't you 
come into my garden, Mr. Mor- 
row?" 

26. Dianne Abati: "Ah-choo!" 

27. Dianne Zion: "But it's not 
even Sunday." 

28. Gilbert Veronesi: "Eek! a 
mouse!" 

29. Donna Sampson: "Hi, good 
loolun'!" 

30. Connie Morse: "When do we 



31. Pauline Tarentino: "Why is 
everyone lookin' at me?" 

32. Millie Dewhurst: "My feet are 
cold!" 

33. Donna Mola: "Hey, Rosie, 
seen my new doll yet?" 

34. Gail and Lester Peterson: 
"Aren't we cute?" 

35. Janet Howard: "Who needs a 
chair!" 

36. Mattie Barrows: "No kidding?" 

37. John Connors: "I ditched it 
over Sherwood Forest!" 

38. Rosemary Estep: "But I am 
lookin' at the birdie!" 

39. Harold Dondero: "Why not?" 

40. Dave Butler: "I'd give you the 
shirt off my back." 

41. Pam Ellis: "I've got all your 
records. Elvis!" 

42. Mario Moretti: "The duke rides 
again!" 

43. Diane Nielsen: "I don't know- 
about that." 

44. Carol Chuckran: "Who's lone- 



45. Henry Patt: "What is this mad- 
ness?" 

46. Gail Marshall: "I wouldn't 
kid ya. ma!" 

47. Eric Anderson: "How much am 
I offered?" 

48. Sue Garabedian: "Hon est, 



49. Marcia Hultman: "How do I 
look?" 

50. Dawn McCordick: "Gee, I never 
thought of that!" 

51. Jim Homstra: "Hi-ya, babe!" 

52. Ruth Stinchfield: "I'll be right 
back!" 

53. Joan Horte: "Coming, mother!" 

54. Roseann Rodricks: "Got a 
Turns?" 

55. Doris Barnard: "Hello! Big 
boy!" 

56. Fred White: "I brush twice a 
day." 




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now all men by these presents, that we the class of 1961 of East Bridgewater High School, Plymouth County, 
Massachusetts, being of sound mind and disposing mind and memory, but knowing the uncertainties of life, do make 
this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all wills and testamentary dispositions by us at any time heretofore 
made. 



I. James Thornton, will my love for football to Rollie 
Bullard in hopes that they have a better season than 
1960's. 



I, Diane Nielsen, will not will because my first will was 
censored. 



I, Bernard Cox, will my nickname. Benny, to anyone 
stupid enough to take it. 

I, Donna Mola, will my position as an E.B.H.S. cheer- 
leader to anyone who wants to suffer from lameness 
for an entire vear. 



I. Ruth-Anne Rockwell, will to my brother, John, my 
ability in Chemistry providing Mr. Harvey can take it. 

I, Mary Anderson, being of sound mind but weak body, 
do will all my Phys. Ed. equipment to my sister. Lois, 
knowing she can use it to better advantage than I ever 
did. 



I, Gil Veronesi, will my title as class flirt to anyone who 
can fulfill the qualifications. 

I, Millie Dewhurst, will nothing to E.B.H.S. but grab all 
I can in my greedy little hands and RUN! 

I, Fred White, being cool minded and all that, will my 
long Johns to a close friend. 

I, Marcia Hultman, willingly leave E.B.H.S. with dis- 
gustingly little knowledge, a hard earned diploma, and 
some basketball scars. 



I, Deanna Rollins, will willingly leave with Johnny. 



I, John Silva, will number 15 football jersey to Jimmy 
"Rocka" Rocha. 



I, Bonnie Haynes, would leave to my brother, Everett, 
my cheerleading ability if he could be a cheerleader. ' 



I. Doris Barnard, leave my little sister Janet to anyone 
who would like the dear "angel? ?" 



I, Mario Moretti, will my ability to stay out of trouble to 
my sister Judy. 



I, James Hornstra, will my position as yearbook editor 
to anyone foolish enough to take it. 



I, Lee Alsheimer, will Robert Clyde by 54 Mercury and 
one full year's supply of speeding tickets. 



I. Thomas Dunlevv. will my love of football to Bill Ek- 
lund in hopes that he may become one of E.B.H.S.'s 
better backs and I hope he does not inherit my love 
of the Hospital. 

I, Gail Peterson, leave to Mr. Williams a notebook to 
keep track of his many gems, so that he can use them 
in future classes. 

I, Pam Fisher, will my four years as solo cornet to any- 
one with a lot o ! lip. 



I, Mary Cook will my ability to skip school and nevee 
get caught to Jo-Anne LoDico, in hopes that she is 
as good at it as I was. 



I, George Lopes, leave my ability to flunk, to anyone who 
wants it. 



I, Sandra Hudson, will if you will. 
I, Cory Siscoe, will if Sandy won't. 



I, Harry Dondero, being of patriotic mind, will to Nikita 
Khrushchev my sense of humor because he needs it 
more than I do. 



I, Walter Poshkus, being of weak mind and body do 
hereby will the left rear quarter panel of my '54 
Ford to anybody who can straighten it out. 



I, Dave Buller, will to Roland Bullard my broad out-look 
on life. 

I, Henry G. Part, being of sound mind, of sound health, 
and of sound soul, will leave the class of 1961 hoping 
that other classes will set better examples for their duly 
appointed place in society. 



I, Patricia Hunnewell, leave my knack of skipping school 
to Lynette Turski, in hopes that she fills the absentee- 
list as much as I have. 



I, Roseann Rodricks, will my fun loving nature and good 
disposition to any faculty member in need of them. 
Carry on, Mr. Robinson! 



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I. Rosemary Estep. will to Mrs. Lovering a bottle of hair 
dye. and hope she will use it in covering up all the 
grav hairs I have caused her. 



I. Susan Garabedian. being of sound mind and bodv will- 
ingly leave E.B.H.S. with little knowledge, some cheer- 
leading letters, and my title of Most Flirtatious. 

I. Ruth Stinchfield. willingly leave my marks in Physics 
to any girl who can stick it out as long as I have. 

I. Gloria Post, being of sound mind and body, hereby 
will my crazy laugh to my sister in hopes that she 
will not set in as much trouble with it as I did. 



I, Leo "Buddha" Boutiette, like my brother, will all my 
excess weight to Charlie King and Robert Noonan. 



I, Carol Chuckran. will my nickname, "Moose," to my 
sister, Virginia, for I know she will grow into it. 



I, .Karen Grasse, will to the cafeteria staff a cookbook in 
hopes that they may learn how to cook. 



I, "Snookie" Paiva. being of a very generous nature, do 
hereby will to any underclassman, my many parking 
tickets, my dented car, and all other undesirables that 
I don't want. 



I. Bruce Hayden. will E.B.H.S. to anyone who wants it. I, Judy Cory, will all the rest of the Coreys to E.B.H.S. 



I. Charlotte Deveau. will my talents in Phys. Ed. to Mrs. 
Lovering. 



I, Lester Peterson, leave my height to Micheal Stewart. 



I. Connie Morse, will my newly acquired nickname, 
Shiner, to any girl who has the misfortune of getting 
a blackeve. 

I. Pam Ellis, will to Diane Pratt those pictures of her- 
self that were censored from the Yearbook. Nice try. 
Prattv! 

I. Dianne Zion. will to any underclassman, my moldy old 
gym suit, in hopes that they will take better care of 
it than I did. 



I. Tony DeFeo, will my love for football and my number 
16 football jersey to "Rugged Russ Sam Huff Valliere" 
in hopes that he will be able to lead East Bridgewater 
Higji on to greater heights. 



I, Gail Marshall willingly leave my sister, Sharon, and 
my Nash. 



I, Dianne Abati, being of very selfish nature, will my two 
greatest faults: ability to talk incessantly and to get 
into all kinds of trouble, to a certain junior who I'm 
sure will fulfill my expectations. Carry on, Paula. 



I, Thomas Deane, being of sound mind, will to my sister, 
Mary, by seat in 211 in hopes that she will use it better 
than I have. 



I, Joan Horte. being of sound mind will leave all my extra- 
curricular band activities regretfully. 



I, Judv Allen, will my seat warming on the basketball 
team to any person who doesn't like to seat warm. 

I, Dennis Boni. will leave all my fighting spirit on the 
football field to Jim Rocha, in hopes that he won't 
be caught standing up while his picture is being taken. 

I, Eric Anderson, will to Roily Bullard my love for the 
better things in life, in hopes that they will cause him 
as much trouble as they have me. 



I, Janet Howard, will not will a will because I can't 
think of anything to will. 

I, Mattie Barrows, being of sound mind hereby leave 
my seat in American Democracy to Donna in hopes 
that she will get as much education out of it as I did? 



I, Richard Gonsalves, will my ability to blow layups on 
the basketball court, to Joe O'Kelly and Sam Huff. 



I, Paula Ortenzi, being of a very snoopy nature, leave I, Pauline Tarantino, willingly leave Mr. Hatch's sixth 

my ability- for getting all of the news at E.B.H.S. to period fun for anyone willing to sacrifice Wednesday 

Chip and Dale, in hopes that they won't lose a scoop! afternoons after school. 

In witness whereof we, the officers of said class have hereunto set our hands and seals and declare this to be our 
last will this fourteenth day o f June. 1961. 

The above and foregoing instrument was, on the date thereof, duly signed, sealed, published and declared by the 
class of 1961 as and for their last will, in the presence of us. who at their request and in their presence, and in the 
presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names witnesses thereto. We hereby certify that we believe them 
to be of sound and disposing mind and memory and not acting under the undue influence of any person. 







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Senior Superlatives 




CLASS ORATOR 
Anthony DeFeo 



PRETTIEST— HANDSOMEST 
Doris Barnard 
David Butler 



MOST MUSICAL 
Bernard Cox 
Pamela Fisher 



MOST MISCHIEVOUS 

Roseanne Rodricks 

John Connors 




URE— PHYSIQUE 


MOST FLIRTATIOUS 


BEST DANCERS 


MOST STUDIOUS 


Janet Howard 


Susan Garabedian 


Dianne Abati 


Mary Anderson 


Eric Anderson 


Gilbert Veronesi 


Anthony DeFeo 


James Hornstra 




MOST TALKATIVE 
Dianne Abati 
John Connors 



WITTIEST 

Roseanne Rodricks 

Harold Dondero 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Rosemary Estep 
Richard Gonsalves 



TALLEST— SHORTEST 

Dianne Zion 

Lester Peterson 

Deanna Rollins 

John Connors 



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Senior Superlatives 







QUIETEST 
Charlotte Deveau 

Cornelius Dahill 



BEST PERSONALITY 

Roseanne Rodricks 

John Silva 



CUTEST 

Bonnie Haynes 

Richard Gonsalves 



MOST LNFFXTIOUS 

LAUGH 

Roseanne Rodricks 

Dennis Boni 




NEATEST 


BEST ALL-AROUND 


NICEST HAIR 


BEST DRESSED 


Donna Mola 


Dianne Abati 


Doris Barnard 


Paula Ortenzi 


David Butler 


Anthony DeFeo 


Mario Moretti 


David Butler 




FRIENDLIEST 

Mildred Dewhurst 

John Silva 



MOST LIKELY TO 

SUCCEED 

Mary Anderson 

Anthony DeFeo 



MOST AMBITIOUS 

Donna Mola 

James Hornstra 




NICEST EYES 
Rosemary Paiva 
Walter Poshkus 



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Abbv Brewster 
Mrs. Harper 
Teddy Brewster 
Officer Brophy 
Officer Klein 
Martha Brewster 
Elaine Harper 
Mortimer Brewster 
Mr. Gihbs 
Jonathan Brewster 
Dr. Einstein 
Officer O'Hara 
Lieutenant Rooney 
Mr. JVitherspoon 



"ARSENIC 



V,AND 
OLD LACE 




Deanna Rollins 
Janet Howard 
Dennis Boni 
John Silva 
Eric Anderson 
Karen Grasse 
Dianne Abati 
Harold Dondero 
Georze Lopes 
Fred' White 
Bernard Cox 
Gilbert Veronesi 
David Butler 
John Connors 




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CLASS OFFICERS, Left to Right: Paula Ortenzi, Anthony DeFeo, Dianne Abati, David Butler. 





Center: Gail Marshall, Arthur Connors. 



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Center: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Morey. 




"Castle 

in the 

Clouds" 




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GENERAL CHAIRMEN, Left to Right: Michael McCarthy, Roseann Rodricks, Dawn McCordick, 
Eugene Fortier, Nan Darling, James Hornstra. 





Paula and Tony lead the Grand March. 



Ruth Ellen and her escort and Jim and his date 
*» sneak in late. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 




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MR. BRADFORD N. ROBINSON 
Adviser 



EXECUTIVE STAFF: 

Front Row, Left to Right: Rosemary Estep, Paula Ortenzi, Dianne Abati, Donna 

Mola. Second Row, Left to Right: David Butler, James Hornstra. 





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DOUGLAS MURRAY 
Photographer 



DENNIS BONI 
Photography Editor 




MR. STANLEY H. HATCH 
Business Adviser 



BUSINESS STAFF: 

Front Row, Left to Right: Ruth-Anne Rockwell, Bernard Cox, Gail Peterson, 
Karen Grasse. Standing, Left to Right: Harold Dondero, Walter Poshkus, Lee 
Alshiemer, James Thornton, Dianne Zion, Doris Barnard, Rosemary Estep, 
Paula Ortenzi, Dawn McCordick. 

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COPY STAFF: 

First Row, Left to Right: Dianne Abati, Doris 
Barnard, Pamela Fisher, Copy Editor. Pamela 
Ellis. Second Roiv: Diane Nielsen, Rosemary 
Estep, Mildred Devhurst, Deanna Rollins. 




LAYOUT STAFF: 

First Row, Left to Right: Janet Howard, Doris 
Barnard, Pamela Fisher, Pamela Ellis. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Donna Mola, Dianne Abati, 
Fred White, Dennis Boni, Gail Peterson. 



ART STAFF: 

Donna Mola, Leo Boutiette. 



SPORTS STAFF: 

First Row, Left to Right: David Butler, Pamela Fisher, and Anthony DeFeo, 
Sports Editors. Second Row, Left to Right: Deanna Rollins, Harold Dondero, 
Paula Ortenzi. 



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Underclassmen 



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Class of 

7962 

OFFICERS 

President: Stephen Handy 
Vice President: Roland B. 

Bullard 
Secretary: Susan Thorndike 
Treasurer: Diane Pratt 



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First Row: Marcia Gardner, Paula Maculewicz, Susan Thorndike, Nancy Robideau, Pamela Hutson, Barbara John- 
son, Ann Scalzo, Susan Nutter, Nancy Whitman. Second Row: Elizabeth Luddy, Virginia Taylor, Elaine Mitchell, 
Marcia Soule. James Veilleux, Roland Bullard, Stephen Handy. Paul Bannerman, Katherine Lavangie, Phyllis Mann, 
Donna Chamberlain, Diane Pratt. Third Row: Anthony Cruz, Joseph Veronesi, Howard Leland, Robert Patt, Gerald 
Houde, Donald Nickerson, John Curley, Alvin Rogers, Paul Nisby. 

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Koom 

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First Row: Linda Carlson, Paula Odabashian, Janice Wood, Jeanne Cormier, Meredeth Viets, Margaret Parker, 
Judith Saccocia, Cheryl Walsh, Maryann Keith. Second Row: Lucile Buckley, Sally Doten, Virginia Anderson, Dianne 
Post, Derrie Davidson, Sharon Marshall. Chirlaine Paulding, Karen Fortier, Deborah Faulkner, Ellen Guarino, 
Mary Nicholson. Third Row: Linda Cushing, Bruce Briggs, Joel Belanger, Roy Engstrom, Daniel Pratt, Ivan Bath, 
Philip McNally, Robert Give, Donald Sampson, Virginia Chuckran. 



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First Row: Gail Steele, Geraldine Cole, Catherine Taber, Jean Gento, Cheryl Voye, Judith Atwood, Catherine Gordon, 
Donna Barrows, Paula Atwood. Second Row: Robert Noonan, Joseph Urbanski, Frederick Piscionere, Dennis Lyden, 
Carolyn Kniger, John Raynard, Ina Wedge, Gary Davy, Bruce Grober, Richard Waite, James Rocha. Third Row: 
Raymond Tucker. Kenneth Murray, Michael Comeau, Thomas Stewart, Randolph Bouldry, Frank LaRosa, John La- 
Brache. Stanley Usowicz, Kenneth Ludwig, James Lopez, Leo Boutiette. 

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Class of 

J 963 

OFFICERS 

President: Russell Valliere 
Vice President: Robert Smith 
Secretary : Virginia Woodard 
Treasurer: Eileen McCarthy 



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Front Row: Judith Sawyer, Sheila Benoit, Nancy Cote, Judith Morris, Patricia McNally, Lynne 
Connors, Diane Peppe, Thelma Brown. Second Row: Virginia Woodard, Barbara Walsh, Linda 
Levangie, Mary Lou McCabe, Deborah Carver, Elaine Swanson, Nan Darling, Eileen McCarthy, 
Valerie Howarth, Judith Wallin, Diane LaVange. Third Row: Paula Langwa, David Rock, Douglas, 
Murray, Lawrence Allen, Laurence Leland, Russell Valliere, Daniel Crowley, David Starbuck, Joyce 
Parker. 

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First Row: Donna Ianacone, San- 
dra Coffin. JoAnne LeDico, Paul- 
ine Willis. Dale Ianacone. Sec- 
ond Row: Carleton Churbuck. Wil- 
lard Kennedy, Marion Fowler. How- 
ard Rollins. Ronald Wood. Thomas 
Buckley. Third Row: Lester Brad- 
bury. Richard Keith. David Banner- 
man. John Lemaire. 




Koom 205 



First Row: Sharon Hutson, Sandra 
Groom, Lynnette Turski, Diane 
Wile, Brenda Longo, Pamela Bar 
rows, Cheryl Bagnell, Sandra Gerst 
ley. Second Row: Susan Hurd 
Judith Moretti, Arthur Hennessey 
Richard Dondero, Stephen Smith 
Maxwell Pearson, Michael Powers. 
Richard Damon, Sally Hurd. Third 
Row: Michael Stewart, Robert 
Smith, Edward Dahill, Theodore 
Freeman, Robert Fuller, James 
Prime, Edward Smith, David Wil- 



Koom 206 



First Row: Roberta Bruni, Elaine 
Bergstrom, Sandra Ambrose, Diane 
Perkins, Donna Atwood, Lucinda 
Price, Sandra Pray, Sandra Nisby, 
Joy Mondeau. Second Row: Karen 
Hanson, Jean Jones, Cynthia Cur- 
ley, Sally Faulkner. Marie Berg- 
eron, Warren Bradford, Robert 
Reed, John DeChristopher, Brenda 
HilL Lucinda Burger, Sandra 
Frasier, Diane Lyttle. Third Row: 
Charles King, Adrian duCille, Fred 
Adams, Richard Cambell, Lance 
Rogers, Robert Phelan, Leonard 
Shepard, John Hill, William Per- 
kins, Daniel Foley. 



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Class of 



1964 



OFFICERS 

President: Ashton Bullard 
Vice President: David Abati 
Secretary: Janet Barnard 
Treasurer: Ellen Luddy 




First Row: Diane Faulkner, Stephanie Brown, Deborah Nutter, Ellen Luddy, Patricia Matthews, 
Cheryl Mynarski, Mary Lou McNally, Susan Johnson, Janet Liszewski. Second Row: Daniel Zentz, 
Carla Broman, Marie Fiorini, Virginia Hurd. Priscilla Morris, Sylvia Loud, Meredith Jones, Angela 
Froio, Beverly Flood, Ronald Wilson, Thomas Alden. Third Row: Daniel Dondero, Kenneth 
Benson, David Abati, David Goldman, Wayne Buron, William Gould, John Ford, Bruce Houde, 
Douglas Marchant, Richard Clarity, Bertyl Johnson. 



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Mo me 8 co ho mic, 



First Row: Donna Atwood, Cath- 
erine Griffin. Lois DAgostino. 
Joyce Lawson, Diane Robideau, 
Judith Lyons. Man,- Deane. Second 
Roic: Eugene Piper. Bruce Dube, 
Douglas Thornton, Janice Lawson, 
Sandra Saccocia, Maureen Crone, 
Bonnie Quails, John Veronesi, Wil- 
liam Whit mo re. Third Row: 
Joseph Scalzo, James Solari, 
Joseph Parsons, Gerhard Bottcher, 
Edward Knight. Terry Rugg, Rich- 
ard Warnell, Frank Swiatek. 





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First Row: Carol McCordick, Les- 
lie Walsh, June Holyoke, Arleen 
Alsheimer, Shirley Burroughs, 
Paula Garabedian, Linda Tucker, 
Nelia Corthell, Paula Mola. Sec- 
ond Row: Joyce Lindskog, Richard 
Trochsler, Gerald Williams, Bruce 
Lupien, Helen Connors, Cheryl 
Silva, Sandra Moretti, Ilona Good- 
win, Richard Cruz, Alan Nelson, 
David Odabashian,, Anita Teixeira. 
Third Row: Everett Haynes, Peter 
Crowley, Ronald Kendall, Robert 
Caldwell, Laurist Robbins, Philip 
Leonard, Donald Squires, Peter 
Mason, Joseph Sweeney, John 
Rockwell, Ashton Bullard. 



Chemistry Cab 



First Row: Patricia Meyerowitz, 
Barbra Allen. Dorothea Rego, 
Carol Ann Collins. Barbara Barth, 
Joy Bonne, Janet Barnard, Linda 
Sawicki, Lois Anderson. Second 
Row: Laurence Foster, John Bel- 
anger, Robert Smith, William Ek- 
lund, William Cobbett. Judith Le- 
maire, Greg Davis, Leslie Emery, 
Theodoor Rroese. Louis Benoit, 
Albert Lyons. Third Row: Gor- 
don Corey, Robert Babbitt, Albert 
Barthel, Roger Anderson, Thomas 
Wilkinson, Robert Kitchell. Ed- 
ward Usowicz. Robert Munise, 
Paul Mola. 




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'60 CO-CAPT. JOHN SILVA 



Front: Coach Bernard Gilmetti, Richard Gonsalves, Gil Veronesi, Co- 
Capt. John Silva, Co-Capt. Anthony DeFeo, Dave Butler, Thomas Dun- 
levy, Coach Vincent Malewicz, Coach William Leanues. Row 2: James 
Rocha, Micheal Stewart, John Curley, James Thornton, Fred White, 
Lester Peterson, Walter Poshkus, Dennis Boni, Steven Handy, Gerald 



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QUARTERBACKS— Steve Handy and Roily 
Bullard. 




HEAD COACH— Vincent J. Malewicz, Line Coach Bernard Gilmetti, 
Freshman Coach — William Leanues. 

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Houde. Roic 3: Robert Smith, Stephen Smith. Richard Campbell, War- 
ren Bradford, Daniel Crowley, Lawrence Leland, Russell Valliere, Ro- 
land Bullard, Micheal Powers. Row 4: Manager Ronald Wood, John 
DeChristopher, Richard Dondero, John Hill, Joseph O'Kelly, Robert 
Reed, Adrian duCille, Donald Squires. 




'60 CO-CAPT. TONY DeFEO 



Front: Thomas Dunlevy, Walter 
Poshkus, Dennis Boni, James 
Thornton. 

Back: Gilbert Veronesi, Fred 
White, Dave Butler, Richard Gon- 
salves. 




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The East Bridgewater High School 
football squad had a rebuilding 
season this year. During the course 
of the season, Coach Malewicz had 
an opportunity to use numerous jun- 
iors and sophomores so that they 
might gain valuable playing experi- 
ence. Thus, there will be a host of 
experienced players returning next 
year, led by Co-Captains-elect Roland 
Bullard and James Rocha. 





C0 r'ftoWn* 



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Millie Dewhurst, Diane Pratt, Susan 
Garabedian. 



Virginia Chuckran, Susan Thorndike. 




Gail Marshall, Bonnie 
Haynes, Donna Mola not 
pictured. 




Left to Right: Mildred Dewhurst, Bonnie Haynes, Gail Marshall, Donna Mola, Susan Thorndike, Virginia Chuckran, Diane 
Pratt, Susan Garabedian, Deanna Rollins, co-captain; Dianne Abati, captain. 

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Basketball 



COACH JOSEPH F. MOREY 



Our team came through in fine style this year in what was supposed 
to be a rebuilding season for East Bridgewater High basketball. (The 
season was filled with many exciting games including our home and away 
series with Marshfield when we lost the first game 61-60 but beat them 
on our home floor 64-62.) The team advanced to the quarterfinal round 
of the South Shore Tournament before we were eliminated by Bridge- 
water High, 60-50. in an exciting contest played at Oliver Ames High 
School Gymnasium. 

With a fine nucleus of underclassmen returning, we are predicting great 
seasons for Coach Morey and his Easties. 



Qrcc/yfM^j^ 




Standing, Left to Right: Russell Valliere, John Silva, Stephen Handy, Donald Niekerson, Lester Peterson, Dennis Boni, Frank La- 
Rosa, Anthony DeFeo, David Butler. Kneeling, Left to Right: Joseph O'Kelly, Gilbert Veronesi, Richard Gonsalves. 

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Senior jCettermeu 



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RICHARD GONSALVES 
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Zrack 







The score card of our track team's 
record of the 1961 season showed 
promise and deserves hearty con- 
gratulations. Extra credit goes to 
Eric Anderson, who during his four 
years in high, was an outstanding 
miler. Coach Malewicz also deserves 
recognition for his leadership and 
guidance throughout the season. 



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Front Row, Left to Right: Richard Gonsalves, Gary Davy, David Butler, Eric Anderson, Daniel Crowley, Anthony Cruz. Sec- 
ond Row, Left to Right: Michael Powers, Richard Dondero, Howard Rollins, James Thornton, Roland Bullard. John Hill. 
Fred Adams. Third Row, Left to Right: Robert Reed, Donald Nickerson, Robert Patt, Lawrence Leland, Harold Dondero, Leo 
Boutiette. 

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Cross Country Zeam 




Kneeling, Left to Right: Daniel Dondero, Charles King, Ronald Wilson, Bruce Grober, Gary Davy. 

Standing, Left to Right: Manager Lance Rogers, William Perkins, Robert Tirrell, Harold Dondero. Eric Anderson, Coach Agganis. 



There were nine members on the cross-country team this year. Eric Anderson and 
Harold Dondero were co-captains of this team. East Bridgewater had a fairly suc- 
cessful season with three wins and four losses. We really appreciated having Mr. 
Agganis as a coach. This was his first year as coach of the cross country team, and 
he did a commendable job. 



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baseball 



COACH WILLIAM LEANUES 



1961 should be a banner season for the E.B.H.S. baseball team. After a third place 
finish in league play last year, the Easties will be out for their first South Shore 
League Championship in the school's history. With six returning lettermen, Coach 
Leanues has the nucleus of a fine squad, one that we hope will bring the champion- 
ship back to East Bridgewater High. 




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Front Row, Left to Right: John Flavell, Gilbert Veronesi, Dennis Boni, Anthony DeFeo, Stephen Handy, Russell Valliere. 
Second Row, Left to Right: Bruce Grober, James Rocha, Frank LaRosa, Warren Bradford, Stephen Smith, Joseph O'Kelly. 



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Sitting, Left to Right: Susan Nutter, Anne Scalzo, Susan Thorndike, Paula Maculewicz. Standing, Left to right: Carol McCor- 
dick. Judith Morris. Deborah Carver, Elizabeth Luddy, Judith Wallin, Janice Wood, Eileen McCarthy, Marcia Soule, Cheryl Voye. 



Captains ' Comer 




Kneeling, Left to Right: Paula Ortenzi, Majorettes Captain; Dianne Abati, Cheerleading Captain. Standing, Left to Right: Rose- 
mary Estep, Donna Sampson, Basketball Co-Captains; Harold Dondero, Cross-Country Captain; David Butler, Eric Anderson, 
Track Co-captains; Anthony DeFeo, John Silva, Football Co-captains; Pamela Fisher, Eileen McCarthy, Field Hockey Co-cap- 
tains. 

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Benoit, Elaine Bergstrom, Chirlane Paulding, Donna Atwjod, Sandra Ambrose, Carolyn Kruger, Judith Wallin, Sally 
Hurd. 

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Easties Score Again 



The Easties Field Hockey team has 
undoubtedly progressed steadily dur- 
ing its three years of existence in the 
school. The team is small in quantity,' 
but rich in quality, and displays 
more courage and spirit than any 
other team in the league as a result 
of Mrs. Lovering's fine coaching. 
Next year's team will probably con- 
sist of the same players as Pam Fish- 
er is the only player leaving the 
squad. 



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December 28 Alumni 

January 5 at Scituate 

January 10 at Cohasset 

January 12 Marshfield 

January 17 Norwell 

January 24 at Hull 

January 26 — . Holbrook 

January 31 at Hanover 

February 7 Avon 

February 9 West Bridgewater 

February 14 at Duxbury 




girls' basketball 




Front Row, Left to Right: Lucile Buckley, Cornelia Siscoe, Co-captain Rosemary Estep, Co-captain Donna Samp- 
son, Eileen McCarthy, Judith Wallin, Joy Mondeau, Shirley Burroughs. Second Roiv, Left to Right: Diane Falkner, 
Arlene Alshiemer, Lynn Connors, Sandra Pray, Marilyn Keith, Sharon Hutson, Virginia Woodard, Paula Macule- 
wicz. Third Row, Left to Right: Susan Hurd, Stephenie Brown, Sylvia Loud, Chirlaine Paulding, Gail Peterson, 
Marcia Hultman, Gloria Post, Beverly Flood. 



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basketball 
Jtifortttals 



Jump, E. B. High, Jump! 



The past basketball season proved to be quite success- 
ful for the East Bridgewater High girls. There were 
noticeably more victories this year than last year, and 
the team spirit remained as intensive as ever. Cory 
Siscoe, Rosemary Estep, Donna Sampson, Gail Peter- 
son, Marcia Hultman, and Gloria Post are senior class 
members on the team this year. 



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Two more points for Easties. 




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First Roiv, Lett to Right: Valerie Howarth, Nancy Robideau, Lynn Connors, Sharon Hutson, Sheila Benoit, Virginia 
Woodard, Lucile Buckley. Second Row, Left to Right: Eileen McCarthy, Rosemary Estep, Gail Peterson, Chirlaine 
Paulding, Donna Sampson, Marilyn Keith, Sandra Pray. 



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The girls' softhall team at E.B.H.S. experienced a 
fairlv successful ■ season last year. As a result of Mrs. 
Lovering's fine coaching and enthusiasm, the team has 
been and will continue to be a high spirited group, Rose- 
mary Estep. Gail Peterson, and Donna Sampson are the 
seniors on the squad this year. 




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Softball 

Jnformals 



Nice catch, Marilyn. 





Strike three! 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



The members of the National Honor Society are selected for their high standards 
of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. Its present twenty-nine mem- 
bers have achieved and maintained an average of eighty-five per cent or above, which 
is necessary to be eligible for membership in this fine organization. 

The Honor Society holds assemblies each fall and spring to induct new members. 
A reception is held after induction ceremonies where parents of the members and 
teachers are guests. 




First Row, Left to Right: Pamela Ellis. Ruth Stinchfield, John Connors, Mary Anderson, Joan Horte, James Hornstra, Gail 
Peterson, Anthony DeFeo, Paula Ortenzi. Second Row, Left to Right: Marcia Gardner, Deanna Rollins, Diane Pratt, Susan 
Nutter, Elaine Mitchell, Marcia Soule, Phyliss Mann, Anne Scalzo, Donna Chamberlain, Elizabeth Luddy, Paula Maculewicz, 
Susan Thorndike. Third Row, Left to Right: Paul Bannerman, James Veilliux, Stephen Handy, John Curley, Daniel Pratt, 
Donald Nickerson, Roland Bullard, Anthony Cruz. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 




Our student council performs a dual role. The two primary functions of this group 
are governing the four classes and acting as a intermediary between the pupils and 
the administration. The council, in co-operation with the School Committee and the 
Parent Teacher Association, helps to maintain the standard of fellowship and 
scholastic achievement of which we are proud. 

We of the student council app'reciate the assistance given to us by both faculty 
and students. 



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Sealed, Lett to Right: Vice President, Roland Bullard; President. David Butler; Secretary, Dawn McCordick; Treasurer, 
Diane Pratt, not pictured. Standing, Lett to Right: David Abati, Stephen Smith, Eric Anderson, John DeChristopher, Robert 
dive, Keith Boone, James Rocha, Ashton Bullard, Louis Benoit, Richard Gonsalves, Judith Wallin, Mildred Dewhurst, Linda 
Cushing, Joyce Lawson, Pauline Tarantino. 



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ftoys' State 




flirts' State 
Representative 




James Hornstra and Anthony DeFeo 



Mary Anderson 



Model U.JV. Conference flroup 




Left to Right: Susan Nutter, Mary Anderson, Marcia Gardner, Roland Bullard, Joseph O'Kelly, Ivan Bath, Miss Dorothy 
Stankus, Adviser, Susan Thorndike, James Vellieux. 

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^Debating Society 




Seated, Left to Right: Lance Rodgers, Susan Thornaike, Angela Froio, Stephen Handy, Thomas Alden, Paula Garabe- 
dian. Russell Valliere. Standing: Coach, Mr. Bradford Robinson. 



Voice of Zomorww 




We entertained Miss Dorothy Dale and her guest, Arthur 
Jones from Brockton. They were joined for the panel 
show by John Connors, Dianne Abati, Paula Ortenzi, 
and Anthony Defeo. The safety of the air ways was 
the subject discussed. 



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French Choral and Aft Qroup 




First Row, Left to Right: Eileen McCarthy, Thelma Brown, Nan Darling, Judith Saccocia, Carol Chuckran, Mary Anderson, 
Paula Langwa, Paula Odabashian, Janice Wood, Sandra Ambrose, Ellen Luddy, Sheila Benoit, Cornelia Siscoe. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Joan Horte, Lucinda Burger, Linda Cushing, Diane Faulkner, Jean Jones, Susan Nutter, Gail Marshall, Vir- 
ginia Taylor, Phyllis Mann, Diane Abati, Donna Mola, Judith Sawyer, Virginia Chuckran, Lynette Turski, Sally Doten. 
Third Row, Lett to Right: Marcia Gardner, Paula Maculewicz, Diane Pratt, Anne Scalzo, Brenda Hill, Donna Chamberlain, 
Elaine Mitchell, Marcia Soule, Roseann Rodricks, Joanne Fortier, Cheryl Voye, Gail Peterson, Judith Allen, Janet Howard, 
Katherine Levangie, Deborah Carver, Jeanne Bumpus, Judith Wallin, Bonnie Haynes, Sandra Pray, Virginia Woodard, Diane 
Peppe, Joy Mondeau. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Susan Thorndike, Joyce Parker, Michael Stewart, Adrian duCille, James 
Veilleux, Lance Rogers, John Curley, Anthony DeFeo, Harold Dondero, Dennis Boni, Frank LaRosa, Stephen Handy, David 
Butler, Roland Bullard, Michael Comeau, George Britto, Paul Bannerman, Anthony Cruz, John Connors, Karen Hanson, Ruth 
Stinchfield. 

M 'Junior Classical Ceague 




First Row, Lejt to Right: Mary Lou McNally, Thelma Brown, Ellen Luddy, Sharon Hutson, Joyce Parker, Deborah Nutter, 
Paula Langwa, Meredith Jones, Stephanie Brown, Marcia Soule. Second Row, Lejt lo Right: Janet Lizewski, Virginia Hurd, 
Karen Hanson, Patricia McNally, Virginia Woodard, Judith Morris, Eileen McCarthy, Sheila Benoit, Beverly Flood, Lynne 
Connors, Angela Froio, Patricia Matthews. Third Row, Left to Right: Joan Horte, Susan Thorndike, Bonnie Haynes, Susan 
Nutter, Lucinda Berger, Virginia Taylor, Katherine Levangie, Gail Peterson, Sharon Marshall, Roseann Rodricks, Elaine Mitchell, 
Judith Wallin, Nancy Cote, Valerie Howarth. Karen Grasse, Diane Faulkner, Marcia Gardner. Fourth Roiv, Left to Right: 
Susan Johnson, Priscilla Morris, James Veilleux, Paul Bannerman, John Curley, Harold Dondero, Donald Nickerson, An- 
thony DeFeo, Stephen Handy, David Butler, Roland Bullard, John Connors, Ruth Stinchfield, Mary Anderson. 



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First Ron; Left to Right: Susan Hurd, Eileen McCarthy, Paula Langwa, Deborah Nutter, Diane LaVange. Second Row, 
Left to Right: Dianne Zion, Carol Chuckran, Rosemary Paiva, Deanna Rollins, Karen Grasse, Ruth Ann Rockwell, Char- 
lotte Deveau. Third Row, Lett to Right: Gail Steele, Dawn McCordick, Shelia Benoit, Elizabeth Luddy, Elaine Mitchell, 
Gail Peterson, Doris Barnard, Katherine Lavangie, Judith Morris, Mildred Dewhurst, Susan Garabedian. Fourth Row, 
Left to Right: Angela Froio, Paula Mola, Cheryl Voye, Sylvia Loud. Judith Wallin, Bonnie Haynes. 




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First Row, Lett to Right: Patricia McNally, Judith Morris, Rosemary Estep, Donna 
Atwood, Derrie Davidson, Linda Cushing, Susan Nutter, Paula Odabashian. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Susan Thorndike, Virginia Taylor, Paula Ortenzi, Janice Wood, 
Paul Bannerman, George Britto, Daniel Pratt, Bruce Grober, Mary Nickerson, 
Lynn Connors, Joyce Parker, Marcia Gardner. _ 

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Cafeteria Assistants 




Left to Right: John Silva, Chirlaine Paulding, Sandra Groom, Doris Barnard, Frank LaRosa, Deborah Faulkner, Lester Peterson, 
Cheryl Walsh, Donald Nickerson, Sharon Hutson, William Gould, David Odabashian, John Raynard, Raymond Tucker, Gerhard Bou- 
cher, Joseph Veronesi, Joseph Urbanski. 



Cafeteria Staff 




Lett to Right: Mrs. Virginia Perkins, Mrs. Mildred Siscoe, Mrs. Barbara Matthews, Mrs. Priscilla Williams, Mrs. Helen Bruni. 

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Custodians 




Left to Right: Harry Waite, Arthur J. Goldman, Robert H. Allen, Not pictured, Burns Walton, Mabel Packard. 



Clinic Assistants 




First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Whiteman, Judith Saccocia, Deborah Nutter, Sandra Hudson, Ellen Luddy, Diane Peppe. Sec- 
ond Row: Paula Maculewicz, Virginia Chuckran, Cornelia Siscoe, Sally Hurd, Sandra Gerstley, Sandra Ambrose, Carol Chuck- 
ran, Linda Cushing, Susan Garabedian, Anita Texiera. __ 







Band 




First Row, Left to Right: Mary Lou McNally, Lucinda Burger, Pamela Fisher, Elaine Mitchell, Elaine Swanson, Di- 
anne Zion, Virginia Hurd, Elaine Bergstrom, Ellen Luddy, Barhara Walsh. Second Row, Left to Right: Nancy White- 
man, Lucille Buckley, Carla Broman, Judith Sawyer, Ruth Stinchfield, Karen Hanson, Sally Doten, Katherine Lavangie, 
Judith Wallin, Rosemary Paiva, Sandra Hudson, Susan Garabedian, Joy Mondeau, Joan Horte, Mr. Donald Hilliard. 
Third Row, Left to Right: Michael Stewart, Thomas Buckley, Adrian duCille, John Hill, Douglas Murray, John Bur- 
roughs, Phillip McNally, Dennis Boni, James Hornstra, Lester Bradbury, Leo Boutiette, Douglas Marchant, Bernard 
Cox, William Whitmore. 

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Ninth Qrade Chorus 




Leit to Right: Diane Faulkner, Beverly Flood, Mr. Donald Hilliard, Dorothea Rego, Theodoor Kroese, Sylvia Loud, William 
Whitmore. 



Choraleers 




First Roiv: Jean Bumpus, Rosemary Estep, Donna Mola, Dianne Abati, Joan Horte, Dawn McCordick, Mary Anderson, Gail 
Marshall, Ruth Stinchfield, Carol Chuckran, Janet Howard, Pamela Fisher, Ruth Ann Rockwell. Second Row: Deanna Rollins, 
Karen Grasse, Rosemary Paiva, Geraldine Cole, Catherine Tabor, Katherine Lavangie, Sally Doten, Janice Wood, Ina Wedge, 
Cheryl Voye, Sharon Marshall, Man- Ann Keith, Linda Cushing, Elaine Mitchell, Diane Post, Virginia Chuckran, Paula Ma- 
culewicz, Paula Ortenzi, Susan Garabedian, Mr. Hilliard. Third Row: Virginia Taylor, Susan Thorndike, Paula Odabashian, 
Linda Carlson, Pauline Willis, Thelma Brown, Patricia McNally, James Veilleux, Donald Nickerson, Thomas Phelan, Ivan Bath, 
Keith Boone, Paul Bannerman, Elizabeth Luddy, Ann Scalzo, Lucinda Berger, Nancy Cote, Lucille Buckley, Judith Saccocia, 
Xancv Whiteman. 



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Majorettes 



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HEAD MAJORETTE 
Paula Ortenzi 




Left to Right: Sandra Groom, Cynthia Curley, Diane Nielsen, Gloria Post, Paula Ortenzi, Captain, 
Diane Perkins, Janice Wood, Judith Saccocia, Paula Maculewicz. 

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81 



THE HOBART MANUFACTURING CO. 

Sales and Service for the Largest Kitchen and Food 

Machine Manufacturer in the World 

MAXWELL J. PEARSON, Sales Agent 

979 Plymouth Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. Tel. DRake 8-2810 



W. H. LUDDY & SON 

Movers 
Local Long Distant 

Pianos a Specialty 
71 No. Central St. East Bridgewater DRake 8-2191 



Wholesalers and Primary Distributors of 

Heavy Western Beef — Pork 

Lamb — Veal — Provisions 

OAKDALE PACKING CO., INC. 

378 Pleasant Street 

EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 

Telephone JU 7-0035 

G. G. McNALLY 


ENOS INSURANCE AGENCY, 
INC. 

INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 

90 Main Street Bridgewater, Mass. 

PHONE OWen 7-4606 


Compliments of 

FOUR SEASONS 
GIFT SHOP 

99 WHITMAN ST. 
East Bridgewater 


DORR'S PRINT SHOP 

and 
STATIONERY STORE 
BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 



Compliments of 

CARVER COTTON GIN COMPANY 



"Personalized" Flowers for Every Occasion 

CORSAGES 

WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS FUNERAL DESIGNS 

ALEXANDER'S FLOWER SHOP 

BEATRICE M. HOLBROOK, Prop. 
Telephone DRalce 8-2241 East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Compliments of 

A. R. PARKER'S 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1961 

BOB and KEN'S 

RESTAURATEURS AND CATERERS 
West Bridgewater 



Compliments of 

THE EAST BRIDGEWATER 
BOOSTER'S CLUB 

"Be a Booster" 



Compliments of 

J. and L GEORGE 

5c-$l-00 Store 
31 CENTRAL ST. EAST BRIDGEWATER 



Compliments of 

BRIDGEWATER 
BRICK COMPANY 

Tel. DRalce 8-3171 
SPRING ST. EAST BRIDGEWATER 




REDDY KILOWATT 

The Mighty Atom 



Electric Service Since 1883 



Brockton EDISON Company 



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BROCKTON ICE 

AND 
COAL COMPANY 



OLD COLONY 
SHOE COMPANY 

84 East Railroad Avenue 
BROCKTON, MASS. 



HAYDEN'S SERVICE STATION 

41 Central Street East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Mobil Products 

LILLIAN HAYDEN (Dealer) 

Tires, Batteries, Accessories and Specialties 
All Types of Lubrication 

Try Our Friendly, Courteous Service 



1. G. A. MARKET 




GERALD A. STETSON, Prop. 


Telephone DRalce 8-2930 


Groceries — Meats — Vegetables 


elmer s. McCarthy & co. 


Fruits 


REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 


Free Delivery Telephone DRake 8-2221 


37 Central St., East Bridgewater, Mass. 


14 CENTRAL ST., EAST BRIDGEWATER 


BLANCHE McCARTHY ELMER MeCARTHY 



Compliments of 

McCORDICK OIL CO. 







MARY CROMPTON'S 




GIFT SHOP 


Compliments of 


680 PLYMOUTH ST. 


A. OTIS LINTON 


East Bridgewater, Mass. 


VARIETY STORE 


Route 106 





Compliments of 

EAST BRIDGEWATER SAVINGS BANK 

Insured Savings Mortgage Loans 

Personal Money Order Checks 

Low Cost Life Insurance Safe Deposit Boxes 

OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENINGS 6:00—7:30 P.M. 



Compliments of 

JOHN E. LUCEY CO., INC 

BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 
"The Profit Sharing Factory" 



Compliments of 

McCarthy brothers 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
224 COMMERCIAL ST. WHITMAN, MASS. 



Woodard & Wright Last Company 



MAKERS 




East Beidgewateh, Mass. 



JOHN'S 
HYGIENIC BARBER SHOP 

Two Barbers 

Our Motto: 
Quality and Service at Fair Prices 

12 WEST UNION STREET 


GERTRUDE'S 
BEAUTY CLINIC 

All Types of Beauty Culture 

27 Central Street, East Bridgewater 

DRake 8-3311 


WILLIAM 0. JAHN, INC. 
Florist 

Specializing in 
Carnations 


VEILLEUX 

Real Estate 
DRake 8-2159 


DORRIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 

733 Bedford St. 

ELMWOOD, MASS. 

DRalce 8-2953 Hours 2 to 6 p.m. 


EAST BRIDGEWATER 
HARDWARE CO. 

8 WEST UNION STREET 

East Bridgewater 
Mass. 


Compliments of 

SILVA'S GARAGE 

Telephone DRake 8-2651 

276 No. Bedford Street 

East Bridgewater 


(tsso) 

JOPPA 
SERVICE STATION 

MURRAY CRAIG, Prop. 
ELMWOOD, MASS. 


WETZELL'S 
Sport & Marine Center 

644 BELMONT ST., BROCKTON 

Equipment for All Sports 
Boats Motors 


Compliments of 

RALPH and MARY 
LITCHFIELD 



Compliments of 

JACK STENGEL 
Real Estate 


THOMAS 
CHEVROLET, INC. 

325 Broad Street 

BRIDGEWATER, MASSACHUSETTS 

Bus. Phone OWen 7-6935 


M. CLIFTON EDSON 
& SON 

INCORPORATED 

Insurance of All Kinds 

Phone DRake 8-2381 

II CENTRAL STREET EAST BRIDSEWATER 


WM. F. McKENNEY 

Used Car Dealer 


Compliments of 

CHRIS'S BARBER SHOP 

6 West Union St. East Bridgewater 


Best Wishes 

BROCKTON-TAUNTON 
GAS CO. 


TOWN TAXI 

7:00 A.M.— 11:00 P.M. 

BUD POOLE, Prop. 

DRake 8-3301 

Central St., East Bridgewater 


Compliments of 

EDGAR'S 

Brockton's Largest Store 


BASIL F. GOSS 

Building Contractor 

REGISTERED AND INSURED 
EAST BRIDSEWATER 


CARLIN 
MOTOR SALES 

Tel. DRake 8-3481 

500 BEDFORD ST. 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Compliments of 




Bedford Street, Route 27, E. Bridgewater 

Also in Norton, N. Easton, Randolph, Plainville, 

Brockton, New Bedford, and Walpole 



CHANDLER 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 

East Bridgewater 
Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

BRIDGEWATER FOUNDRY 



Tel. OWen 7-2019 DR 8-2455 

ERNIE'S APPLIANCE CO. 

Radio and Television Sales and Service 

Stoves — Refrigerators — Washers 

12-16 BROAD STREET BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 

Prop., Ernest J. Saccocia 



Compliments of 

TOWNE CLEANERS 

In at 10— Out at 5 

BERJ'S 

Men's, Women's and Boys' Sportswear 
Formal Wear for All Occasions 



5 W. UNION ST. 



TEL. DR 8-2641 



E. BRIDGEWATER 



Compliments of 

EAST BRIDGEWATER CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

INSURED SAVINGS 
Regular Savings Accounts 
Serial Share Accounts 
Paid-Up Share Accounts 

REGISTER CHECKS 

MORTGAGE LOANS 

Current Dividend 4% on Serial Shares 

6 Central Street DR 8-2672 



Compliments of 

COUNTRY SQUIRE 
DOG FOOD 


MacNEIL and BATTI 

General Auto Repairing and 

Lubrication 

Complete Modern Tune-Up Equipment 

TIRES— BATTERIES— ACCESSORIES 

Tel. E. B. DRake 8-2122 8-2171 

26 N. Central St. 


A. DUBE 

Wholesale — Retail 

Geranium Specialists 

Potted Plants 

Tel. DRake 8-2364 

968 CENTRAL ST. EAST BRIDSEWATER 


MARKEY'S, INC. 

Distinctive Men's Wear 

Telephone JU 6-0025 

192 MAIN STREET BROCKTON 


Best of Luck 

ROSEN FURNITURE CO. 
INC. 

360 South Ave. 
WHITMAN 


Compliments of 

SALLY'S DRESS SHOP, 
INC. 

WHITMAN, MASS. 
Telephone Gl 7-3901 


Compliments of 

DUVAL'S DRUGS 

Whitman Massachusetts 

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RAY'S, INCORPORATED 

Corsages 

Flowers Plants 

Telephone OWen 7-2481 

1968 PLYMOUTH STREET 



FORNI BROTHERS 

Range and Fuel Oil Sales and Service Oil Burners 

182 PLYMOUTH STREET EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 

Telephone DRake 8-2652 

Equipped With 2-Way Radios for Fast Service 



Compliments of 

EASTERN STATES STEEL CORP. 

GEO. H. BERGER, Pres.-Treas. 
36 Cook St. East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Compliments of 

DAVE'S SPEEDWASH 

and 

DEWHURST LUMBER CO., INC. 

Lumber, Builders' Supplies and 
Hardware 

215 BEDFORD ST. EAST BRIDGEWATER 


RIDDER'S 

"Farm Maid" 

ICE CREAM 

WHITMAN HANOVER 


FRANK'S ITALIAN-AMERICAN 
FOOD 

707 Centre St. Tel. JUniper 3-0888 


Compliments of 

F. CAVICCHI & CO. 

EST. 1890 
WHITMAN MASSACHUSETTS 


SWANSON-WALLIN 

Zenith RCA GE 
^=^ Radios and Televisions 

fttfgyf Home Appliances 

SALES AND SERVICE 

Telephone DRake 8-2431 
49 Bedford St., East Bridgewater 


McLaughlin Chevrolet, 
inc. 

91 South Avenue 
Whitman, Mass. 

Gl 7-4401 
Sales Service 


MILLETT FARMS 

Wholesale MILK AND CREAM Retail 

"The Choice of Particular People" 

Phone Gibson 7-2731 50 Washington St. 

WHITMAN, MASS. 


FLOOD'S 
RADIO & TV SERVICE 

536 No. Central Street 

East Bridgewater 

We Service All Makes 

TEL. DR 8-2345 



From 



To All "Easties" — Congratulations 
"of '61" 



Plymouth 



Mass. 




The Most Beautiful Fabrics 
Any Where — Woolens and Rug Material 



TOWNE PHARMACY 


SHAWNEE NURSERY 


SIDNEY 1. BERENSON, 


Evergreens • Shrubs 


Ph.G., Reg. Pharm. 


Rhododendrons 


17 Central Street 


JOSEPH O. VENTURA 


East Bridgewater, Mass. 


753 Plymouth Street 


Telephone DRalce 8-2011 


EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 




DRalce 8-3440 




Lumber — Doors — Windows — Plywood — Paint 


Tel.: DRalce 8-2045 


Hardware — Tools — Tile — Custom Kitchen Cabinets 




Plumbing and Electrical Fixtures 


ERNEST C. PHILBRICK 


SUNNYLINE BUILDERS SUPPLY 


Building Contractor 


Quality and Service at Reasonable Prices 


Repairs and Remodeling 


551 Bedford St., East Bridgewater, Mass. 


589 WEST UNION 


SIDNEY GOLDMAN, Prop. 


East Bridgewater, Mass. 


DRalce 8-3116 


Compliments of 




PATRICIA SNOW'S 




ACADEMY OF DANCING 


Compliments of 


EAST BRIDGEWATER ROCKLAND 


A FRIEND 


BROCKTON BRIDGEWATER 


G. L. 


Complete Courses in All Types of 


Dancing and Baton Twirling 




Compliments of 




ORIENTAL CARPET 


Compliments of 


CLEANING CO. 


ALLOY CASTINGS 


Telephone DRalce 8-3141 




105 Pleasant Ave. East Bridgewater 





Patronize 

STEVE'S SPORT DEN 

FOR ALL TYPES OF SPORTING GOODS 

Telephone 1216 

143 CENTER ST. MIDDLEBORO, MASS. 



Compliments of 

THE LELAND FARM 

"Where Quality Counts" 
1897 1961 


Compliments of 

THE 

PUTNAM STEELE LABORATORY 


Compliments of 


Telephone 
DRake 8-2881 

ART'S AUTO BODY 


FLAGG'S STORE 

Elmwood, Mass. 


Auto Painting, Body and Fender Work 

ARTHUR VALLIERE, Prop. 

298 Central Street 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 


H. WILE & SON 
ICE CREAM 

Custom Packaging 

SPECIALTIES 

75 Cottage St., Elmwood 


EAST BRIDGEWATER 
SAND AND GRAVEL 


PEACEFUL 

91 Bedford Street 
WHITMAN 


MEADOWS 

Telephone 
Gibson 7-2381 



Best Wishes 

From 
Town Clerk 

GEORGE J. FRAHAR 



FORGE POND YARN SHOP 

6 West Union Street 
DR 8-3473 



KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 

St. John's Council 

#4283 



TAFT'S JEWELERS 

I 120 Main Street Campello 

WATCHMAKERS DIAMOND SETTERS 

Registered Jewelers and Certified Gemologist 

American Gem Society 

TEL JU 6-2269 



Best Wishes From the Makers of 

SIMPSON SPRING BEVERAGES 

FAMOUS SINCE 1878 

South Easton, Mass. 

Tel. CEdar 8-2741 



For 

Top Quality Cleaning 

Alterations and for Service 

Come to 

KAY 

the Reliable Cleaners Since 1899 

59-63 Pleasant St. Brockton 

TEL. JU 6-5812 



PINE VALLEY GOLF CLUB 

BROCKTON, MASS. 
Club Professional, JOHN MARCIONI 



Compliments of 

DOCTOR AND MRS. DeFEO 



Compliments of 

LUDDY'S NEWSSTAND 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Compliments of 

DR. HENRY A. FRASER 

Dentist 


Compliments of 

DR. and MRS. 
WARREN B. OBERG 


Compliments of 

ATTORNEY 
WILLIS A. DOWNS 


Interested in Buying or Selling?? 

Phone Now for Fast, Reliable Service 

MRS. H. R. "Honey" STETKIS 

Real Estate Broker JU 6-5917 
and Notary Public Day or Evening 


THE HOME NATIONAL BANK 

OF BROCKTON 

East Bridgewater Office 

EAST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 

Auto Loans — Personal Loans 
Checking Accounts 


EAST BRIDGEWATER 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Insurance of All Kinds 
Tel. DRake 8-3011 

ESTER H. LUNDIN HARRIETT S. SAYCE 



Foxboro 
makes a better 
instrument 
. . . or Foxboro 
doesn't 
make it! 



Consotrol Control Station undergoing final calibration. Full 4-inch chart width is one of 
many advances in small-case panel instruments introduced by this Foxboro development. 



fiOXBORO 



REG- US- PAT. OFF. 



Creative Design and Manufacture of Instruments 
and Instrument Systems for Measurement and Control of Process Variables. 
The Foxboro Company, Foxboro, Mass., U. S. A. 



Good Luck to Good Scholars! 
From 



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*Finest Meats Sold Anywhere! 



Jewelers for Your Class Rings 

DIEGES & CLUST 

Manufacturing Jewelers 

226 Public Street, Providence, R. I. 

RINGS PINS 

MEDALS CHARMS TROPHIES 



Zhe Class of J 96 J 
wishes to thank Mr* Albert 
Stevens for his drawing of 
the torch on the inside cover 
of this boot 



TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 

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