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The Townsman, Wellesley, Mass., Thursday, June t?, 1961
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DIANE GILMORE
ELLEN A. DUUH
FURTHER GRADUATES FROM WELLESLEY
LELLEY
WILLIAM W. WHTTCOMB SUSAN ALLEN BABSON
ELSON M. BLUNT. Ill
MABTYQILES
ALLEN W. LOCK
NANCY HOPE DAWBEB ELIZABETH ANN SLAVW
CONTINUED FROM PAGES 14 & IS
|WHS GRADS
Continued from Pag* 1
J tan gave the benediction and
land later this month and tesrl-
jmonial dinners will be held in
Conn, and Maine in addition to
1 >ne at the Bradford in Boston
he recessional completed the
rogram. A short reception for
-aduates was held in the ball-
>om at the conclusion of the
terdses. Alumnae Hall was
led with relatives and friends
r the solemn occasion.
Members of the graduating
las of 1961 from Wellesley
rgh School were:
Stephen Lawrence Abbott
Richard Coleman Allen
Christina Merriam Anderson
Phyllis Helen Anthony
Eugene J. Arcand. Jr.
Patricia Ann Attanasio
Richard Thomas Bailey
Nancy Ann Balboni
Beryl Ann Barber
Nancy Arlene Bartlett
Ruth Parkin*).:: Bayllss
Robert P. Bell. Jr.
Peter Ellis Benjamin
Harvey Lewis Bernstein
Vita Bite
Dorothy Anne BlackaUtr
Susan Pembleton Bladworth
Joan Mary Bonif assl
Sally Sterrltt Boyd
Esther Jean Brattin
Richard O. Brewer
Francis Leslie Bryant
David V. Burdette
Do-othy Marietta Burke
Sa-xlra Louise Butterfleld
Robert David Buxbaum
Nancy Marie Cahill
Joseph Patrick Callahan III
Lawrence John Calzini
Mary Rosalind Campbell
Barbara Ann Canfleld
Stephen Taylor Carter
Christopher Martin Case
Juliet Elizabeth Case
Walter Marshall Carleton
Robert Harris Cashman
Cloretta Louise Cassoli
Pauline Mary Cerasuok)
Els». Getchell Chaffee
Pauia Magdalen Chester
Boris Chevon*
Anne Elizabeth Clair
Cynthia Clemence
Ruth Barbette Clement
Marian Van Buren Cleveland
Leighton Aiken Cleverly
Theresa Alice Cloutler
Judith Welles Cl>mer
John Owing* Cockey
James Peter Collar!
Xouis* Amanda Courtemanche
Joseph H. Collari
Charles Morgan Collins
Mary Jane Collins
William Jc.wph Connolly
William Alan Cormack
Edward Hawthorne Cornell
Nancy Ellen Critchlow
Nancy L. Curran
Lawrence F. Curtin
Richard N. Curtin
Janet Dalley
Patricia M. Dale
Judith M. Dalton
James Francis Daly
John L. Daly
Douglas Stephen DarlingU
Bruce Richard Davidson
Jan Kathy Dean
Jacqueline Marie DeTurfc
Robert P. Dexter
Geoffrey DlGlandomenlco
Maria Donnelly
Maureen Mary Doyle
David Norman Drummond
John Peter Duffy
Prisdlla Elizabeth Dunn
John Arthur Dunning
Martha Earls
Pamela Lewis Evans
Penelope Farley
Maureen Joan FltzGerald
Shaon Earle Fitzmaurica
Mary Catherine Fltrpatrlck
Carole Arm Fltzsimmons
Jamas F. FitzwUliaro
Audrey Carol Fleming
James Frederick Flint
Susan Ann Fol.y
Daniel William Forbes
Roberta Fox
Roy Edward Fuchs
Francis Henry Fumia, Jr.
James C. Gard
Martha Margaret Gardlar
Jerry Yoder Gardner
Linda Jane Gates
Victoria Bates Gsa
Joan Sanford Gilmore
Linda Ann Golden
Jamas Frederick Goodwin, Jr.
Susan Andrea Goodwin
Kathleen Jennifer Goonan
Robert Wedgwood Gorman
Anne Claribel Gould
Malcolm Duncan Grandy, Jr.
Nancy Warren Grant
Loins Domenic Grignamni
Barbara Kay Gunwaldsen
Donna Jean Hagenloch
Karen Linda Hallstrand
Stephen Dwight Ham
Anne Mariam Hamwey
Lucia Hansen
Robert Edward Harosy
Stephen Goodwin Harper
Charles Allard Harrington
John Berard Harrington
Nancy Eleanor Harrington
Mol'lie Gifford Hartman
Ruthann Harunk
Susan Jam Haughey
Craig Randall Hausman
Helen Evelyn Hennessl*
Susan Louise Hervey
Ronald Michael Hester
Ronald Clarke Higginbottom
Norma Lou Hlldreth
Joyce Priscilla Hilt
Harold Merlin Hirtle
Linda Louis* Ho*y
Maradith Farrar Hokten
Richard Bruce Holman
Stephen Eustace Hood
Douglas Hopper
Frances wllhelminia Horan
Robert William J. Horgan
Rosemary Muria Hugh**
Richard R Hyson
Martha Ketcham Idell
William Duncan Irving
Bradford Jealous, Jr.
Donald Roger Jennings
Caaoi Elizabeth Johanson
Carol Ann Johnson
Conataac* Lee John*.
Jean Gall Julian!
Katharine G. Kan*
Bruce L. Kelley
Wayne Hoyden Kelley
Gall Kennedy
Faith Kenngott
Anne Frances Kent
Karen Leslie Kline
Patricia I-aCharite .
Margaret Gorden Lafferty'
Beverly Ann Landros
Judith Rachel Lang
Vincent Pascal Lanza
Lynnette LaRose
Donald Vernon Lewis
Jeanne Elizabeth Lindsey
David Taylor Lockwood
Sandra Ioring
Stephen Parker Loutrel
Thomas Charles Lower
Nancy Lanterman Lowther
David Ralph Lundberg
Donald Arthur Macaulay, Jr.
Anne Caroline MacFadyen
J. Gregory MacKenzie
Barry Edward MarMast er
Alexander Lee MacPhall. Jr.
Phyllis Ann Manning
Edward Wright Martin. Jr.
Susan .1. Matthewman
Richard Webster McArdle
Dou»las S. McCadam
Elizabeth T. McCann
William J. McCullough
Doreen Mary McDermott
Carol Lee McDonald
John Lowrey McKean
Thomas McKee
David Flavio McMorran
Joseph Robert McNeil
Ann Lowell McTigue
Anne Hyde Melsmer
Joseph A. Melson
Lee William Mercer
Jonathan Edward Meury
Carol Ann Meyer
Wendy Christina Meyer
Jay Samuel Michaels
Barbara Wanda Miron
Christine Moore
Sheila Iris Moorhead
Richard Mason Morison
Richard Allen Morril
Janet Alison Morse
William Ford Mueller
Nancy Mclntosh Murray
Peter Evo Nanninl
Wilfried
C
G. Nartus
Marie Frances Nastaii
Janet L Naylor
Alden Russell Newhall
Susan Andrea Nlese
David Clark Niven
Sibyl Brundage Nye
Cynthia Ann O'Donnell
George Martin O'Hara, Jr.
James Arthur O'Malley
EUen Elizabeth Parker
Dorcas Dorothea Parsons
Bonnie An Peek
Genevieve Marie Peneautt
Philip II. Peters. Jr.
Raymond Peters. Jr.
Elizabeth Warren Phillips
Deborah Kirk Phlnney
Susan Branch Plppltt
Leonard Richard Poitras
Gale Elizabeth Pope
Linda Ames Porter
Robert Gardiner Potts
K.
Merrill Prithara
Lewis Avrom Prombain
Charles Wellington Putnam
Geraldine Irene Rail!
Joseph Robert Ranieri
Andrew Pierce Raymond
Gordon P. Rlblet
Llyn Sevey Rice
Edward Robert Rich
Richard Clark Rollins
Sally Ann Rooney
Holly Roos
Hugh Whittemore Rowlands
Charles Robert Rudd. Jr.
Jane Ives Russ
Nancy Gail Reynolds
Peter Lawrence Russo
Julia Hamilton Rutherfoord
W. Peter Rutley
Natalie Salatich
Nina Carol Sardina
Peter Lindsay Sargent
William F. Satterthwaite
Stephen Lauriat Sawin
Joyce Schneider
Carolyn Conrow Scott
Jeanne Elizabeth Sharps
Ludnda Clements Shattuck
Edward Chaplin Sherry, Jr.
David A. Skinner
Dennison Alvord Smith
Sheila Mary Smith
Stephen Joseph Spang
Richard M. Spears
Suzanne Elizabeth Spilman
Malcolm David Chase Spurr
David Allen Steegstra
Leslie Steele
John Hamilton Steiger
Peter V. Stellje*
Grace-Anne Stipe
Jeanne Stone
Sandra Lee Suddath
Robert Arthur Summers
Gall Elaine Tabbut
Alton Page Taylor
N. Charles Taylor
David James Thomas
P. Brooks Thompson
Sally Meadham TUley
Eugene D Tllton
Albert J. Tonry n
Walter Tordoff in
Helen Hlx Trader
Robert Reynold Varo, Jr.
Robert Clayton Vaughan
Joan Michel* Vidno
Doris Kimball Vlgusrs
Susan Thomson Vlguers
Ellsworth Fletcher Vines
Patricia Aline Volpi
Susan Wales
Diana Payne Walker
Pamela Dickie Walker
William H. Wright, m
Stephen Squires Young
John A Andrew III
Kenneth Richard City
Jennifer Ruth Machlin
Wllllsm Georg* Walter*
Linda Lee Waters
Richard Bruce Watson
Dennis Francis Weadlck
La* Ellis W.ntworth
Marlon Shearman Whiting
Robert Aubrey Whynot
Pater R. WUanaon
CynthU Diane Wllgus
Barbara Suzanne Wllley
Edwin Gllaon Williams
Ksthryn Elizabeth Wlllmor*
John M Wilson, Jr.
Robert G Wilson
Nancy Alice Witberell
PINE MANOR
Continued from Page 1
EDWABD WEEKS, editor ol the
"Atlantic," who will be th* Com-
mencement speaker at Pine Manor
Junior College lune 12.
will be held, followed by Class
Day Exercises on Lathrop Hill.
At this time the Dean's Awards
for outstanding achievement in
extracurricular activities will be
announced.
Ball at Weatle*.
Th* formal Fiftieth Adver-
sary Commencement Ball for
parents, students, and faculty
will take place Saturday evening
in Westlea. Candlelit tables will
be set on the terrace, and Ruby
Newman's orchestra will provide
the music
The annual student art exhibit
of paintings, drawings, and sculp-
ture is on view in the Friends
Room of the Alumnae Library
through June 11. Arranged by
Graham P. Teller, head of the
art department, the exhibit is
open to the public. There will be
an open house with refreshments
from 2 to 5 p m. Saturday.
The Commencement Concert,
also open to the public, will take
place Sunday afternoon at 2:30
In Bardwell Auditorium. The
firesldent's reception for parents,
acuity, and students will follow
the baccalaureate service Sun-
day evening.
A buffet luncheon for faculty,
students, and guests will b*
served alter the Commencement
Exercises on Monday.
A graduate of Harvard Col-
lege, Mr. Weeks has in the past
two decades been awarded
twelve honorary degrees. He Is
also a fellow of the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Th* author of three books,
'This Trade of Writing." "The
Open Heart," and "In Friendly
Candor," he has edited several
others and has contributed es-
says, articles, and book reviews
to a number of magazines.
Harvard Overseer
Mr. Weeks is currently serv-
ing as a trustee of Wellesley
College, a member of the, Cor-
poration of Northeastern Univer-
sity, and a director of the United
Negro College Fund. He has also
served a six-year term as an
overseer of Harvard College.
Dean Miller earned an M.A.
with Honours and a B.D. from
the University of Glasgow. Or-
dained a Presbyterian minister,
h* taught religion in the public
schools of Auchtergaven, Scot-
land, and In the Teachers' Train-
ing College. Ottawa. Canada. He
has served on committees of the
Presbyterian Church of Canada
and has contributed articles to
periodicals.
B«ntley Grade- Name
MacPhctil A Director
At th* annual meeting of the
Alumni Association, B e n 11 e y
School of Accounting and Fi-
nance at the Statler-Hilton Ho-
tel Jun* 3, A. Lee MacPhall of
56 Fiske road, was elected direc-
tor of planning and program for
the year 1961-62.
MacPhall Is executive vie*
president of Paine Furniture Co.,
Boston, has served as regional
chairman of the Development
Council. He is active in the Back
Bay Development Association
and other civic organizations.
KIWANIS
Continued from Pag* 1
International President Jo*
Tally, Jr., is coming to New Eng-
on June 16. This is also an anni-
versary date for the Charlestown
dub and they are acting as
hosts for the gathering.
Wellesley's delegates to th*
International Convention In To-
ronto July 2-6 are making plans
to attend what is shaping up to
be the largest Klwanis gather-
ing ever held. Advance regis-
trations are considerably ahead
of previous conventions. Presi-
dent Herb Tabbut and Lt. Gov-
ernor Arthur Shaw of the 5th
Division West are the club dele-
gate* with Vice Presidents Ly-
man Nlvling and Henry Olken as
alternates. Other local members
expected to be In Toronto for the
convention include William H.
Gleason. Pat Lambro and club
Secretary Austin.
Virginia Way Wood
Walter Dongan Wood
Kenneth R. Woodcock
Judith Anne Wright
Roberta Snowell Wright
Charmagne Ann Yurkanln
Virginia Duncan Z*o
RIDING HER PONY CAMELOT, Kar*n Wennberg. ten-year-old daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wennberg, 3 Sagamore road, Wellesley Hills,
won the Pony Hunter Championship Trophy May 30 at the Dedham
Horse Show. Karen, a fifth grade pupil at the Upham School, rides at
the Powers Stable In Dover.
»BeB8**W-w—a
JULIAN HOWE HONORED — Some 40 iellow-workers and iriends from
the Wellesley Department ol Public Works joined in honoring Julian C.
Howe ol 6 Hundreds Circle on May 25 at a surprise dinner party. Mr.
Howe will retire this summer and he and Mrs. Howe will make a round-
the- orld trip in the lall. Shown enloying the procedlngs are Mrs.
Cora Bllnn, Mrs. Howe, lulian C. Howe, Kenneth Haley and Mrs. Haley.
Johnson, Hamel Key Men
On 4-day A.IA Meet
_, Lending their spirited abilities
a d playing essential roles In
e national convention of the
Association of Industrial Adver-
tise s, which meets June 1-14
in Boston, are three Wellesley
resi ents — Edward A. Johnson
of 14 Deerfield road, Raymond
F. Hamel of 15 Bayview road,
and Clifford H Stubbs of Fern-
dale road.
Johnson is s rving as program
me tings. He has recently been
named as vice president — plan-
ning and marketing, of Barry
Wright Corporation of Water-
town.
Hamel, who for five years had
been sales promotion director of
Cahners Publishing Company of
Boston, and who just recently
established his own publishing
company, Cowen-Hamel Publi-
cations, located In Wellesley,
Raymond F. Hamel
chairman for the four-day event,
which will be held at the Statler
Hilton, and which will consist
of formal addresses, an Exposi-
tion of industrial advertising
materials, and social events.
He has had the responsibility
of inviting the speakers who will
address the 600 to 700 company
advertising managers, advertis-
ing agency people expected at the
Edward A. Johnson
has given his volunteer services
to the post of promotion commit-
tee chairman for the conference.
Mr. Stubbs, who is vice chair-
man of the Henry A. Loudon
Advertising, Inc. agency of Bos-
ton, will be a featured speaker
at the conference on Wednes-
day, delivering a serio-comic dis-
s rtation on "design."
Blood Chm. Points Up
"Pint-For-A-Pint" Factor
Wellesley Red Cross Blood
Chairman Lawrence B. Barnard
called attention this week to th*
element
of "selfishness" in the
givin of blood when the Blood-
mobile arrives June 23.
The program, which will pro-
vide an opportunity for individ-
ual, family or group participation
from 12:45 to 6:45 p.m.. during
the visit. Is geared to establish
blood credits In "Individual" or
"group accounts," said Barnard.
Donors eam credits through
giving blood, he pointed out In-
d v duals who donate regularly
— at least one* up to five time*
a y*ar — may secure blood to
meet normal needs for themselves
and their dependents for one year
following each donation.
"De-
pendents" Include members of
th* donor's Immediate family
living In the same household.
Employee, fraternal, social or
veterans groups who organlz*
to racrult blood donors and glv*
regular
and adequate support
during Bloodmoblle visits may
make their entire membership,
including immediate families,
eligible for benefits under the
program.
Group account needs should be
reported to the group chairman,
who assures that the local chair-
man Is otified. Individuals make
their needs known directly to the
ch irman.
Barnard said that 236 pints
were c llected during the last
Mobile visit. A number of Wel-
lesley's repeat donors gave In
May for a child's emergency
heart operation and will there-
fore, he said, be able to give
gain Jun* 23.
Barnard said Weston Earle's
t am Is working hard to sign up
additional donors to make this
difference, and to bring th*
Town's collection more nearly In
line
with Its share of normal
community
Brown University
Edward P. Barry, Jr.
West Point Graduate
Lt. Edward P. Barry. Jr.
Cadet Edward P. Barry Jr.,
whose parents live at 28 Ledyard
street. Wellesley Hills, was grad-
uat d June 7 from the U.S. Mili-
tary Acade y at West Point,
N.Y.
Cadet Barry was commissioned
a Second Lieutenant in the Air
Force and received a Bachelor
of Science degree. At West Point
he was active in the Portuguese
language club and a member of
the staff of Pointer, the acad-
emy's magazine. Barry was a
member of the pistol club and
played on the soccer team.
Appointed to the academy by
Representative Joseph W. Mar-
tin Jr. (R-Mass.). Barry was a
cadet platoon sergeant during
his senior year.
The 22-year-old cadet Is a 1956
graduate of Wellesley High
School and attended Hebron
(Maine) Academy.
Commies Won't Win
Africa, Says Butler
The pressure exerted on Afri-
can leaders by their people to
rals* Incomes, create nations
with limited capital resources
and trained technicians, while
remaining out of the cold war
struggle, has caused formidable
problems for their governments
by "increasing expectations on
all sides," according to a Boston
University professor and author-
ity on Africa. In an address Sat-
urday morning.
Dr. Jeffrey E. Butler of 5 Bea-
con street, assistant professor of
history at the University's Grad-
uate School and research asso-
ciate in the University's African
Studies Program, added that the
most significant events to take
place in Africa have occurred in
th* realm of politics, not eco-
nomics.
The South Africa-born histori-
an, addressing alumni of the
University's School of Public Re-
lations and Communications in
the School's auditorium, also
maintained that the newly
emerging nations will not even-
tually go Communistic.
Thomas Elected
President of
Accountants Group
Stanley R. Thomas, Jr. of 38
Sterling road, Wellesley. was
elected president of the Boston
Chapter of the National Associa-
tion of Accountants at the an-
nual meeting held at S'dney Hill
Country Club last week.
Mr. Thomas, a partner of Price
Waterhouse at Co.. will take of-
fice July 1. succeeding Dr. Henry
A. Kriebel. Dean of Faculty of
Babson Istitute.
The chapter paid special trib-
ute to Dr. Kriebel. retiring presi-
dent, at the meeting, presenting
him a fully automatic Bell and
Howell slide projector.
The National Association of
Accountants Is the largest or-
ganization of accountants in the
world, having almost 50,000
members In 150 chapters, of
which the Boston chapter Is one
of th* largest with more than
1,100 members.
New Citizen
From Brown University, Provi-
dence, R. I., comes announce-
ment that the following young
people from Wellesley received
degrees at the 193rd annual com-
mencement June 5:
William Sumner Babcock, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner H. Bab-
cock,
IIS Abbott road,
and a
graduate of Phillips Andover
Academy, received the Bachelor
of Arts degree summa cum laude.
During his four years he was
named to the Dean's List for high
academic standing. As a senior
he was elected to Phi Beta Kap-
pa, a national honorary scholastic
society, and was awarded a
Woodrow Wilson fellowship for
graduate study in 1961-1962. He
was a member of the Sphinx
Club, an honorary student-fac-
ulty discussion group, and was
president of the University Chris-
tian Association In his senior
year. He is a member of Delta
Upsilon fraternity.
Paul Andrew Magnuson. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Magnu-
son of {7
Garden road,
and a
graduate of Wellesley High
School, received the Bachelor of
Arts degree In English literature
cum laude. During his last three
years he was a member of the
Freshman Week Committee in
charge of freshman orientation,
and was its chairman as a senior.
In these same years he was nam-
ed to the Dean's List for high
academic standing. He was a
member of the Sphinx Club, an
honorary student-faculty discus-
sion group. Upon graduation
Magnuson
was
commissioned
Ensign in the United States
Naval Reserve. He Is a member
of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity
and has been elected to mem-
bership of Phi Beta Kappa.
Dale Eaton Thomajan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Zareh G. Thoma-
jan, 74
Hundred* road,
and a
graduate of Wellesley High
School, received the Bachelor of
Arts degree. As a freshman he
was president of his dormitory
and worked for three yftTrs on
the campus radio station. WBRU.
Carolyn C. Vose, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Atherton.C Vose,
11 Fuller Brook road,
and a grad-
uate of Wellesley High School,
received the Bachelor of Arts de-
gree In Math. In her freshman
year she was a member of the
girls' basketball team, -*
Mary C. Wahl, daughter of Mr.
and
Mrs. George F. Wahl, 54
Fiske
road,
and a graduate of
Wellesley High School, received
the Bachelor of Arts degree In
Eco omics magna cum laude. In
her freshman year she was a
member of the Glee Club and the
Badminton Club. For the last
three years she has been named
to the Dean's List for high aca-
demic standing. She has been
elected to membership in Phi
Beta Kappa.
Janet Woodley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Woodley,
49
Woodlaum
UIWIW,
and a grad-
uate of Wellesley High School,
received the Bachelor of Arts de-
gree in Art. In her senior year
she was named to the Dean's List
for high academic standing.
Gilbert Prescott Wright. Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Wright,
11 Ledgeways,
and a
graduate of Phillips Andover
Aca emy, received the Bachelor
of Arts degree. For his first
thr e years he was on the var-
sity football and lacrosse teams.
As a junior he was a member of
the University Christian Associ-
ation and of the Class Cabinet,
the class governing body.
Richard G. Unruh, Jr.. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Unruh,
Berwyn. Penna., and a graduate
of Wellesley High School, receiv-
ed the Bachelor of Arts degree.
As a junior he was vice-president
of the Brown Key. an honorary
society concerned with promoting
college spirit. He was captain of
the lacrosse team, a member of
the Cammarian Club, the student
governing body, and treasurer of
his class as a senior. He is a
member of Delta Upsilon fra-
ternity.
exercise last June, he received the
top awards in Chemistry, Math
ematics and English. Previous to
entering Tabor In 1959.
comb was a student at Wellesley
High School. II" will attend Wil-
liams College in the fall.
Providence College
William John Reams. Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs.
Reams, 37 Pine Ridge road, r
ceived the bachelor of arts
gree in Sociology June 6 at t
43rd annual Commencement
Providence College, Provldenc
R.I.
A 1957 graduate of Well«sl*y
High Srhool, Kearns
to the Ski Club, the Bi
ther Youth Guidance Movement,
Leonine Society, Art Club, Caro-
l Club, Greater Boston
and the National Federation
Cathol c
College Students.
also participated in the
aration for various social f
tions on
Dormitory Weekend, of
he w s ch irman. Additi
Kearns rved as chairma
the Religious Affairs
te and was secretary
Ski Club. He will enter th*
National Guard In October.
Tabor Academy
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh F. Under-
hill of Auburndale, formerly of
W«ll**toy Hills, are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their third
child and first daughter, Judith
Anne, on June 3 at St. Eliza-
beth's Hospital. Her brothers are
James Arthur and John Richard.
Sharing grandparent honors are
Mrs. James T. Scully of Water-
town and Mr., and Mrs. Arthur
J. C Underfill! of Wellesley Hills.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Bran-
nan, Jr., of W*st Palm Beach.
Florida, announce th* birth of
their second child, Paul Richard
Brannan, ni. on May 31, 1961.
Mrs. Brannan Is th* former
Marcia E. H*rv*y of Wellesley.
Grandparents sharing honors ar*
Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Harvay
of W*U*sl*y and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul R. Brannan of Needham.
Th* young Brannans also have a
daughter, Margot,
ag* 17
mouth*.
Three boys from Wellesley are
among the 90 seniors at Tabor
Academy, Marion, who are to
graduate June 10.
William M. Savage, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest L Savage. 25
Longmeadow road, participated
in sailing, basketball, crew and
soccer at Tabor. He was a mem-
ber of the Astronomy Club,
Dramatics Club, Glee Club, and
Treasurer of the German Club.
Previous to entering Tabor in
1958, young Savage attended
Wellesley Junior High School. He
Kan* to enter Mlddlebury Col-
ge in the fall.
Donald W.
Vot.
Jr.. 73 Wash-
burn avenue, participated in sail-
ing, basketball, crew and soccer
at Tabor. He was also a member
of the academy's Glee Club, Chess
Club and Astronomy Club.
Before entering Tabor in 1958.
he attended Wellesley Junior
High School and will enter
Gettysburg College in the Fall.
William W. Wnitcomb. Jr., of
260 Grove street Is the top stu-
dent in the senior class and if a
se i-flnallst In the National
Me it Scholarship. He Is a mem-
ber of the Student Council, fea-
ture editor of the school news-
paper, co-president of the school
honor society, a member of the
Literary Club and th* Chapel
Committee. H* was captain of the
Varsity B Soccer team this past
fall and also participated In ten-
nis and craw. He has received
many
academic awards at the
school. At th* commencement
Union Colleg*
Thomas R. St anwood.
road, received the bachel
art degree May 28 at the 166t
annual
commencement exercises
of Union College, Schenecta
N.Y. Stanwood prepared for col-
lege at Rivers
School and is a member of Si
ma Phi fraternity.
U. f Mass. at Amh*rst
Th* University of Massac
setts, Amherst, reports that s
students from
ceived degrees June 4
university's 91st commencement
xercises.
Edward J. Cronin. 71 Donizet-
ti street, was awarded th* bach-
elor of science In civil engineer-
ing.
Paul B. Bornstein, 4 Ashmont
.road, and William N. Whitn
24 Martin road, were recipient
of the bachelor of science.
Allen W. Locke. 76 Washing
ton street, Elizabeth A. .S
34 Pilgrim road, and Esta F. Yaf-
fee, 156 Washington street,
ceived the bachelor of arts
gree.
Cronin majored in civil en
eering and belonged
Kappa Epsilon. He played s
ball and football.
Bornstein. a zoology
was a member of Tau
Phi and the Pre-Medlcal Club
Locke took the
course and may follow
footsteps of his father. Dr. Allen
W. Locke.
Miss Slavin. majoring in
mentary education, was a mem-
bar of Kappa Alpha Theta. Very
active in campus affairs, she was
named to "Who's Who in Ameri-
can Colleges a Universities."
Whitney majored in math and
was a member of Phi Mu Delta.
Miss Yaffe* a sociology major,
belonged to Sigma Delta Tau and
was also named to "Who's Who
in American Colleges and
versities."
Neighborhood News
Miss Marlene Mmtard of 3
Beacon street, formerly of Cli
road, Wellesley, was
soprano soloist on the Date
Boston television progr
Thursday evening, Jun* 1.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewi
W. Mustard, she Is the
daughter of Roger W. Ba
Miss Mustard and her
are currently visiting Mr.
Mrs. Norman Ross at St Thom-
as, Virgin Islands. Miss Mustard
was graduated from Dana
School last week.
(E ST FARM SYSTEM)
Cardinals vs. Oriole*
The rained out Gam* of th
Week between the Stan Mus
Le ue Cardinals an Orioles in
the East Farms was played May
31, with the Cardinals wi
5 to 4.
Both teams used the minimum
of two pitchers each, with
Cardinals' twirler* allowi
hits and the Orioles' 7. Th* Ori-
oles are the most improved team
in the League, but their surge In
the last of the sixth with a on*
aboard home run was not enough
to catch th* League-leading Car-
dinals.
Boys participating in the gam*
for th* Cardinals ware pitcher
Calvin. Strickland; Catcher Pres-
cott; lnflelders Halligan. Boucher,
Goodson. Strickland, Galvln; qut-
flelders Kevorkian, Brady, Den
n*n, Helck. Hailett, Brown, Mill-
er and Ferris. For the Or
pltch*n, R Neilson. T
catchers Garron. Kane; inflakters
Patten. Morse, Connslly, R. Wat-
son, S. Boyd. R Boyd. W.
son: outfielders; P. G*nt*s. M
quillan, Fitzpatrlck, Santoro, G.
Neilson, Yarn ll, Pratt. McAvoy,
Brown, Langlar, and D. (Santas