Theodore Edwards is working at Willy’s Sunoco Station In Norwood for the summer. He visited the Cape with classmates for a week following graduation and recently returned from a vacation at Mashpee with his family. Ted will enter Northeastern University School of Engineering in the Fall.
After spending a weekend at the Cape with classmates in June, James Jessick began working locally in the shipping department of E. F, King Company of Norwood. Jim will be vacationing with his family at Fortune’s Rock, Maine, this summer and also plans to visit relatives at Wellfleet. His plans for the fall are uncertain but he is considering an enlistment in the Army.
Mary Ellen Houghton visited New Silver Beach with classmates after graduation and spent a few days with friends In New Jersey this month. She is taking it easy for the summer with frequent visits to the south shore and a lot of swimming locally. Mary’s plans for the fall are unsettled. She Is interested in clerical work but is considering entering the nursing profession.
Pitching for the Junior Legion and Twilight leagues locally has kept Jeff Johnson busy five nights a week since graduation. During the day he works in Jamaica Plain in the mailing department of the Chilton Greetings Company. He is enrolled at Dean Junior College beginning this Fall.
Before entering Boston University in the fall, Uldus Kaktins will complete a very restful and enjoyable vacation with his aunt in London. A National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, Uldus is applying his scholarship to B, U. where he will major in Geology. His brother Eglis (N.H.S. Class of 1960) is attending B. U. as a mathematics major.
Jeanne Karshis has been working in production at Brook Moulding in Norwood this summer. She vacationed at Hanvichport with classmates after graduation and has been visiting other parts of the Cape on weekends. Jeanne Is accepted at Bridgewater Teachers College and Is interested in a history major. She will be commuting at first when classes begin but plans to live at the college.
After spending a week at Falmouth with classmates after graduation, Frank Kauffman began working for the Wells Trucking Company of Walpole. He is accepted at Miami University, Ohio, beginning this fall where he will attend the College of Liberal Arts. Frank has been visiting the Cape on weekends this summer.
Ann Kavolius visited Wareham after graduation. She began secretarial work at the New England Electrical Company. Inc., in Back Bay, during June, and plans to remain working there. Ann commutes to Boston via train.
Mike Mullane, who was working at the Iron Horse this summer, is now a cook at the Dolphin Lodge and Motor Court that opened in Quincy recently. He is enjoying a vacation with his family at their cottage on Lake Archer in Wrentham for the summer.
On Sundays, Joan Keefe visits the Mullanes at their Lake Archer cottage. She has been working in the estimating department at Plimpton Press since graduation and plans to remain working there in the fall. When not working or traveling to or from Wrentham, Joan can usually be found locally with classmates.
Under the provisions of the National Defense Education Act, David Kelley receives a scholarship to Northeastern University where he will major in Civil Engineering. At the present time, Dave is working at the Boston Navy Yard where he is undergoing the orientation program in naval architecture. This includes work in the engineering department and Dave will take several cruises before Sept. 5. He will enter Northeastern on the 6th.
Following graduation, Elaine MacRae began working at the office of Nortronlcs. She plans to remain working there in the fall. Elaine is attending the National amateur roller skating contest at Fort Worth, Texas, beginning this week. She made the trip by car and Is accompanying a group from Rolland.
Nancy Mahar vacationed with classmates at Marshfield for a week following graduation She is working at Star Market for the second summer. In the fall, she will enter North Adams State Teachers College. Nancy is interested in becoming an elementary school teacher. She plans to vacation in New Hampshire with her family before Labor Day.
In the fall, Judith Maloof plans to enter Peabody for the hairdressing course. She is working at Cordettes in Norwood for the summer. Judith vacationed with classmates for a week at Falmouth after graduation and plans to spend a week at Hampton Beach with her family late in August.
(All articles were originally published in the Norwood Messenger unless otherwise noted)
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