• Medfield High School

    Midcentury Medfield Memories: A Place Called Fort Apache

    by  • May 29, 2019 • 1950s, 1960s, Hannah Adams Pfaff Elementary School, Kingsbury, Medfield, Medfield High School • 0 Comments

    After completing the sixth grade, the students from the Memorial Elementary School on Dale Street began their journey into Medfield Junior High. In 1959 junior high was in the 32-year-old North Street school building. Once named the Hannah Adams Pfaff Elementary School, the school became known as Fort Apache.   Before we left Memorial...

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    Midcentury Medfield Memories: Party Like It’s 1959

    by  • March 17, 2018 • 1950s, Carr, Cathy Colontonio, Cheerleading, Frances Cafe, Medfield, Medfield football, Medfield High School • 0 Comments

    Editor’s note: Do YOU have stories and memories to share?  Send us an email! Can you imagine a litter of kittens being born under a swirling and noisy washing machine? That’s what happened underneath the Kenmore washing machine in Mama Flaherty’s kitchen back in 1959. She could hear from the squealing that Missy, her favorite...

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    Midcentury Medfield Memories: A Rite of Passage

    by  • February 8, 2018 • 1960s, Carvelho, Horgan, Main Street, Medfield, Medfield High School • 1 Comment

    The town of Medfield has undergone a tremendous change from its past. Medfield Day is a relatively recent development. In the early 1960s, the town was undergoing a different kind of celebration, something more attuned to a rite of passage. Boston in the 1960s had a changing population, as people from the south and...

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    Midcentury Medfield Memories: Redemption and Legacy for the 1961 Medfield High Football Team

    by  • October 30, 2017 • 1960s, Football, Medfield, Medfield High School, Medfield Warriors • 1 Comment

    The Medfield Warriors were just coming off their second dramatic win over the Apponequet High School football team in Lakeville, Mass. in the November of 1961. Trailing at the half, Coach Ed Keyes entered the locker room and stood in the middle of us and spoke firmly. With anger in his voice, Coach Keyes...

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