Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)

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4-.4 1, EJ w s I . .. , ,gl , ,I ke.-ffl" 1 f 'if M ' HGH 6 ANDANNO 1968 ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL Andover, Massachusetts 'Sf X3 'S 'qfvo N KSN vp Three years seem such a lon g time When you're standing on the threshold somewhat uncertain. But the first quivering steps spark A stream of action measured not in years . . But in experiences. 2 Of an gnish Caught in the inewia of change The 1n01nents of exnltation, 1 n v Ti ,.. Of relief ' NW 'ff Q99 Of happiness, Of loneliness, Lfih Blend into ri single force 1 p, 'Sz L5 as QQQVE if '1 any Within the space of three short years, Nations clash, populations multiply, Buildings rise and, in this flow of change 5 You hecoine an individual. 232, l968 Andanno Staff Editor-in-Chief Coordinator ....,,.... Literary Editor ,4,,,. Arrociatey ...,., Layoat Editor ....... Atrociatef , ..,.. ,. Biliinen and Salef Manager Arrociatef .i.....i.,,,..,..,.,. C ircalatiori Editor Arxociatef .....A.. Art Editor ,........ Auociate 4.,..,. Girly' Sporty Editor Boyr' Sporty Editor Photography Editor Ariociatef .,....A. Clerical Editor ...,. Afiociatet ,i.., Facalty Adviror ..... Financial Adififor .. Virginia Campbell Linda Wacholder Judy James Christine Boshar, Vicki Cohen, Sheila Fair, Nancy Hickey Linda Hughes, Barbara Jameson Carol Nardozza Anne DeFreiras, Candace Hatfield, Paul Hills, Linda Whitney Frederick W. Bradley, Jr. Ruth Anderson, Chandler Bailey, Douglas Costello, David George, Nancy Ellen Goldman, Nancy Hall, Susan Paulekas, Norma Randall, Thyle Shartar, William Tarbox, Barbara Young joan Bracken Maryellen Maesano, Mary Jo McEvoy, Nancy Peatman, Betsy Vogt Linda Kopatch Deborah Allen Nancy Dufton Robert O'Brien Thomas DeBolt Scott Currier, Angel Dominguez Roy Perdue, Ted Reed Cynthia Orlando Linda McCann, Betsy MacMackin, Melanie Fitzgerald Mr. Mercer Miss Stockwell Table of Coljtents 36fQfW uf? ' J V HM x. .X Ju WV 90, A :bib ww Y L M b ..Pg. 14 EO NNW LGQKYOQ' iQ 99095 UN, 5238 YW ,,, 1 Pg 26 1 Pg 84 . . . . . Pg 94 Pg 116 Dedication We, the Class of 1968, dedicate this yearbook to you, Mr. Dorsey, as a token of our deep appreciation for your unselfish devotion of your time and efforts. Your teaching has shown us the interdependence of physical alertness, co- ordination, and mental agility. We have learned to respect fitness of both mind and body. Your excellent coaching of the Boys, Gym Team and the Cross-country Track Team has guided them to continuous victories and our school to state-wide fame. Your advice has been honest and factual, reflecting your understanding of our questions and problems and has contained the oc- casional humor needed to make us realize that all seemingly serious events can and should be faced with hope. We are proud to give this book to a teacher who is also our friend. We will remember the help and assurance you gave so freely. 8 K A V 9 To A New School On February 2, 1968, a dreary winter day, the dreams born in the spring of 1966 fi- nally became reality as the student body piled books into brown paper bags and trans- ferred the nucleus of their present education to the new high school. Shrouded in a thick haze, the school loomed ahead of the students as a challenge, a mystery, and for most the beginning of a new academic attitude. First impressions of the school's entrance varied widely, without a doubt, as we walked through the front door, some thought or opinion, favorable or not, flashed through our minds. The windows on both sides of the front hall, overlooking the cafeteria, are still a popular subject for discussion, as are the poured-cement walls. The cement was modeled to resemble wood paneling and has produced a uniquely modern effect in the school. This practice is becoming a major part of architecture as it is being adopted in colleges, high schools, and other public buildings throughout the world. Proceeding up the stairs into the main lobby, the large blue banner proclaiming the name of the school in gold letters was one of the first things to catch the eye. Perhaps for the first time many realized then that the long-awaited move had been accomplished and that a new building with opportunities to acquire modern, useful knowledge con- fronted the student. This was somewhat of a challenge-a challenge to see if Andover High School students could realize the necessity and excitement of learning and strive to achieve high goals in education. The introduction of bright colored walls, although seemingly gaudy or useless, is sup- posed to have a psychological effect on the student, awakening his senses and thus giv- ing him the necessary awareness for studying. One of the aids to reaching the higher learning objectives is the departmental division of the school with new educational devices which provide the possibility of concen- trated and specialized work. The language department now has a language lab to de- velop, through the use of tapes, listening comprehension and fluency in foreign lan- guages. Industrial arts has acquired much new machinery and tools, all designed to give the student applicable knowledge and experience in the industrial fields. The science A Better School labs have extensive, up-to-date equipment which affords the students a deeper explana- tion and understanding of life. So is it true of the math lab which has been furnished with electric calculators and a small computer. The business department also has new electric typewriters and other apparatus making this course more interesting and useful in the future. Each section has a conference room to be used for seminars, group discussions, or teachers' meetings. In addition there is a general large group room capable of seating one class. This room also lends itself well to group teaching, lectures, films, and discus- sions and is a vital part of the new academic atmosphere. The library is a truly impressive part of the school. It is equipped with a general read- ing section, study cubicles for more privacy, and other added facilities. The book ca- pacity is twelve thousand volumes, more than sufficient for the projectedschool popula- tion of eighteen hundred students. The tapes and films supplied by the audio-visual de- partment have been catalogued like books to facilitate general school use. The athletic department has been furnished with a huge, beautiful gym with partitions to divide the floor space into sections according to the needs of various activities. The playing fields are surely adequate for the highest attendance at the school. There are two baseball fields, a track, a football held, and tennis courts to provide recreation areas not only for the students but also for the town as a whole. ln all, the new Andover High School has made available to all future students the chance for a Worthwhile education through ultra-modern facilities and new curriculum plans. Yet, to make this knowledge attainable is all the teachers can do and the deeper research and tetainment of facts is left to the student. With the almost unlimited pos- sibilities of successful learning in this school, does it not seem only reasonable that stu- dents capitalize on them? The students who spent the first semester of 1968 in the school exhibited their ability to adjust easily to a different environment and their eagerness to learn and thus to suc- ceed. It started as noise and dust, 6 um 4 I. and turned into a foundation and mud. Then there were empty halls and the skeleton of a building. At last a building stood waiting. We departed from the old school -1 Qt X. me . ff ,gf QA, in search of the new one It was a long walk . . . fm R N Ib and a challenge awaited . . . But after nearly two years, we were welcomed into our new in more ways than one. school by Mr. Wormwood. 13 X Teacher- A figure standing Against the blackboard background, With chalk-dusted hands Stirring the air with emphatic gestures A figure seated, Surrounded by young students, Treading the tender ground Between authority and friendship. f A figure movin g, Dressed in a sport's uniform, joining his extra hours with Students' extra hours. Teacher- Instructor, advisor, counselor, coach. - Q - -3 rf. Jig X55 V -vii. fu'1??3'F"X 'V' In Nleihoriam --' N x3Gx1-1!"vf'-455: K, ,vii I ,x ivlQz.i,Z,,v5qer:f .. x Y g H . fmgxcwlsv X1 1 Q I , A " D iv N - I' 'I V X .. X K' f axiom-Q'-i we X -l ff ,. X Aa, mu - figs- W4 9 f ' wy5fyQz?Yl'xxN L Y . , K: S S7 t. MM. 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K , , g X VV I ty' ,,f,f W , f Mr. Lee 'I 9 3 'X4 June H68 It J 'I fl hm-7 s 4, f" I 'I 2 I ff 47' 'f"jZEEE!71 ' i-ii'i- f f -g"cg...W 'EE' Things are changing Q D e V Now, as throughoutour lives. Yet, L t a a this change we now face is diiferent- a greater, more deciding one than any other to date. Our future is before us . . . and we change from dependent beings to independent people. This deviation from the accustomed disrupts our thoughts and baffles us. ' Our confusion must be temporary . . We must continue with confidence, with determination, and with pride. Life has as yet shown us comparably little. But, we've seen and experienced l how to be independent. Let us take this change ' p and meet it with success Deborah Esther Allen 381 Lowell Street Debby, Deb Service Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Art Club 3, 4,' A Cappella Cboir 4,' Andanno Art Still? 4, American Field Service 4,' Latin Club 2,' junior Varfity Barbetball 3. Possible Future Career: Fashion Designer Ellen Louise Ammon 14 Argilla Road Ellen Spanirb Club 3, 4,' Service Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Cboral Society 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Girlr' Band 2, 3,' Outward Bound 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching Arlene Barbara Allard 16 Suncrest Road Arlene Glee Club 3,' Cboral Society 3,' Pep Club 3. Possible Future Career: Modeling Kristine Louise Allard Rocky Hill Road Kitten Possible Future Career: Jr. Stenographer Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Lynn Classical High School Ruth Ann Anderson 4 Appletree Lane Ruthie Spanirb Club 3, 4,' American Field Service 2, 3, 4,' Ski Club 2, 3, 4,' Imprint 4,' Andanno 41 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4,' Prom Committee 3,' Frencb Club 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Languages john William Annis 5 Elm Court George Science Club 3. Possible Future Career: Electronics 28 Mark Azarian Az 23 Maple Avenue Science Clnb 4, Matb Clab 4, Track 4. Possible Future Career: Engineering Chandler Bailey 133 Bailey Road Butch Advertifing Manager, Imprint 3, 4, Andanno Salef Staj' 4, Ski Club 3, 4,' International Relationr Clab 4, Art Clnb 4, Moraic Advertiring Stajjf 2, 3, Matb Clnb 2, 3,' Library Afrirtant 3,' American Field Service 3. Possible Future Career: Business Administrator Penny Jean Annis 5 Elm Court Penny Prep Clnb 4,' Girlr' Gym Team 2,' American Field Service 2, 3, lnnior Red Crorr 2, 3,' Band 3. Possible Future Career: Nursing Paul Frederick Apitz jr. 115 North Main Street Baseball 2, 3, 4 Charlyce Ann Bajek 82 Greenwood Road Char Spanirb Clab 3, 4, Pep Clnb 2, 3, 4, Service Clnb 2, 3, 4, Ameri- can Field Service 4, Andanno Homeroom Reprerentative 2, 3 Possible Future Career: Elementary School Teacher A Arthur H. Bartlett 6 Smithshire Estates Artie Football Manager 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Airline Pilot 29 Susan Caroline Beanland 120 North Main Street Suzy-Q Geography Club 3. Possible Future Career: Nursing Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Oxford, England Edward Charles Becker 205 Lowell Street Ed Football 2, 3,' Latin Club 2, 3,' Audio-Vifual 2,' Spring Track 2,' Pep Club 4. Future Career: Civil Engineering Gwen Lee Batchelder 91 Ballard Vale Road Batch Glee Club 2,' Cboral Society 3, 4,' Service Club 3, 4,' American Fielil Service 4,' Girlf' Softball 2,' Mosaic 2,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Prom Committee 3,' Cburcb Scbool Teacber 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary jo Ann Batcheller 81 Center Street jo Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Spanifb Club 2, 3,' Matb Club 2,' Future Teacberf of America 3, Co-Prericlent 4,' Sopbo- more Clair Social Committee 2,' MYF 4,' Cburcb Scbool Teacber 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Kathleen Marie Belanger 94 Bellevue Road Kitty Cboral Society 3, 4,' Glee Club 3, 4,' Library Arfiftant 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Hair Stylist jeffrey Mark Bentley 79 Dascornb Road jeff Science Club 2, 3, 4,' Frencb Club 3,' American Field Service 3,' Matb Club 4. Possible Future Career: Medicine or Industrial Chemistry .A 14337. J 4 Douglas Clair Boots 15 Glen Meadow Road Doug Basketball. Possible Future Career: Architecture Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Emporium, Pennsylvania Christine Mary Boshar 138 Holt Road Chris Pep Club 2, 3,' Latin Club 2,' Clan Social Committee 2, 3,' Frencb Club 2, 3,' American Field Service 3,' Ski Club 3, 4,' Prom Com- mittee 3,' Andanno Literary Staff 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching or Foreign Service Lynda Marie Birch 37 Tewksbury Street Lady Bird Softball 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary or Artist Kathryn Marie Bono 1 Sandy Brook Circle Kathie Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Glee Club 2, 3,' International Relation: Club 3,' Seruice Club 3,' American Fielcl S eruice 3, 4. Joan Mary Bracken 30 Fox Hill Road Joanie Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Latin Club 2,' Frencb Club 2, 3,' American Field Service 2, 3, 4,' Spanifb Club 3, 41 Girlf' Glee Club 2,' C. Y. O. 2, 3, 4,' Senior Clary Play 3,' Anclanno Circulation Manager 4. Possible Future Career: College, Major in Foreign Languages Frederick Withrow Bradley, jr. 7 Central Lane Fred Yearbook Bufinerr Manager 2, 4,' Glee Club 2,' Dramatic! Club 2,' Pbotograpby Club 2,' Winter Carnival Committee 2,' Proctor Prem Pbotograpby Editor 2, job Cabinet 2,' Dining Hall Fore- man 2,' Prep Club I Real Ecrtate anal Infurance Prexialentj 4. Possible Future Career: Executive Position Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire 31 Corinne Broderick 141 Haggetts Pond Road Corinne, Corie Student Council 2, 3, 4,' Pro-temp Secretary-Treayurer 3, Record- ing Secretary 4,' Clan Secretary 2, 3, 4,' Prom Queen: Committee Cbairman 3,' Queen'J Court 3,' flndanno H omeroom Reprerenta- tive 4,' Mofaic Homeroom Representative 3,' Clan Council 2, 3, 4,' Library Atrirtant 2, 3,' Service Club 2. Possible Future Career: Teaching Sandra jean Brouck 256 Andover Street Sandi, Brouckey Student Council 2,' Cheerleading 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4,' Mofaic 2,' Service Club 4,' Glee Club 4,' Cboral Society 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Michael james Breen 34 Canterbury Street Mike Golf Team 2, 3, Captain 4,' Varfity Club 4. Possible Future Career: College Deborah Leslie Brimblecom 41 Lovejoy Road Debbie F Latin Club 2,' American Field Service 3, 4,' Pep Club 3, 4, International Relation: Club 3,' Service Club 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Therapist Deborah Ann Brown 261 South Main Street Brownie Spanifb Club 2, 3,' Outward Bound Club 3,' Junior Red Croft 3: Pep Club 4. Possible Future Career: Nursing Elizabeth Ann Bruner 28 Rocky Hill Road Betty, Bets Spanisb Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 4,' Glee Club 4,' Cboral Society 4 Possible Future Career: Raising Dogs 32 Peter Michael Buck 8 Summer Street Bucky Possible Future Career: Further Schooling Garry A. Burke 390 North Main Street Possible Future Career: Mechanic Carol Ann Buccieri 22 York Street Carol Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Cboral Society 4. Possible Future Career: Airline Stewardess Heather Buchan 19 Prospect Road Latin Club 2,' F.T.A. 2,' Girls' Gym Team 2, 3, Co-captain 4,' Secretary-Trearurer Girlr' Atbletic Axrociation 2,' Outward Bound Club 4, Vice-Prerident 3,' Imprint Girly' Sport: Editor 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Education Teacher John Burke 12 Woodc1iE Road john, Elvis Orcbertra 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Further Schooling Kevin james Burke 138 Jenkins Road Burkie, Stone Football 4, Manager 3,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4,' Mamigal Singer: 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' C.Y.0. 2, 3, 4 . Possible Future Career: Pilot 33 A.F.s. 2, 3,- Pep czav 2, 3, 4, Elaine Frances Campbell 4 Memorial Circle Elaine Office Auiftant 4. Possible Future Career: Hairdresser joan Elizabeth Campbell 9 Linwood Street joan Glee Club 3, 4,' Cboral Society 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Model Patricia Mary Burke 10 Mary Lou Lane Pat Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2,' Cboral Society 3,' Glee Club 3. Possible Future Career: Nursing Ellen Irene Calcina 21 Magnolia Avenue Ellen Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3,' Social Committee 3. Possible Future Career: Secretary Virginia Campbell 5 Thresher Road Ginny Latin Club 2, 3,' Mofaic 2, Copy Editor 3,' Service Club 2,' Stu- dent Council, Homeroom Alternate 2, 3,' Clan Social Commit- tee 2,' Clary Council 3,' International Relation: Club 3, 4,' Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4,' Andanno Editor 4. Possible Future Career: Writing Carlene Capobianco l Jenkins Road Carlene Pep Club 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' American Field Service 4,' Library Astixtant 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching 34 Catherine Elizabeth Chambers 11 Prospect Road Cathy Ski Club 4,' Gymuarticr 4. Possible Future Career: College Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Concord High School, Con- cord, N.H. Kenneth Chlebowski 134 North Street Kenny, Ken Football 2, 3, Captain 4,' Bafbetball 2, 3,' Bafeball 2, 3, 4,' Var fity Club 3, 4,' Spanirb Club 3 Possible Future Career: Physical Education Teacher Kerry Carter 1 Rennie Drive Kerry Pep Club 2, 4,' Glee Club 2, 3,' Service Club 2,' Girly' Band- Majorette 3, 4,' Cboral Society 2. Possible Future Career: Dental Assistant Dianne L. Chalifour 286 South Main Street Girlr' Gym Team 2, Co-Captain 3, 4,' Outward Bound Club 3 Vanity Club 4, Secretary 3,' Girly' Atbletic Anociatiou 4. Possible Future Career: Mathematics or Gymnastics Team Daniel Train Clark 6 Liberty Street Dan Spauifb Club 4. Possible Future Career: Business Wayne Howker Clark 6 Liberty Street Batfbetball 4. 35 J l Vicki Louise Cohen 4 Archer Lane Vic Student Council Representative 3, 4,' Class Social Committee Cbairman 4,' Andanno Representative 2, 3,' Literary Stajjl 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Young Life 2, 3,' Service Club 2, Treasurer 3,' Mo- saic Representative 4,' Prom Committee 3,' Queen's court 3. Possible Future Career: College joseph Lemaitre Colaneri 6 Wolcott Avenue joe Frencb Club 3,' American Field Service 3: Boys' Band 4,' Or- cbestra 4,' CYO 4. Possible Future Career: Medicine Edward Charles Clukey 22 Mary Lou Lane Eddie Football 2, 3, 4,' Baseball 2, 3, 4,' Basketball 2,' Varsity Club 4,' Matb Club 4,' Student Council 2,' Homeroom Representative 4. Possible Future Career: Engineer or Statistician Walter john Cochrane jr. 136 Andover Street Wally junior Varsity Football 2,' A Cappella Cboir 2. Possible Future Career: Teacher Patricia Margaret Connolly 111 Chestnut Street Pat Glee Club 3,' Cboral Society 3, Pep Club 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary Mary Kathleen Cormier 171 Elm Street Kate, Kathy Varsity Softball 2, Captain 4,' Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4,' Girls' Atbletic Association 4,' Field H ockey 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Education Director 36 Nancy Elizabeth Coulthard 34 Salem Street Glee Club 2,' Cboral Society 2,' American Field Seruice 4,' Out- ward Bound Boorterr Club 3, 4,' Frencb Club 3,' International Relationr Club 3. Possible Future Career: Librarian Richard Crusius 64 Lucerne Drive Rick Football 2, 3, 4,' Batrketball 2, 3, 4,' Baseball 3,' Coin Club 2. Possible Future Career: Accountant Transferred to AHS at the end of junior year, 1967, from North Bellmore, New York W. Douglas Costello 33 Hidden Road Doug Matb Club 4,' Science Club 3,' Hockey Team 3, 4,' Ski Club 3 President 4,' Senior Play 3,' State Speecb C ontert 3. Possible Future Career: Biological Scientist Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Newton High School Mary jane Couch Stearns House, Phillips Academy MJ, Mary jane Latin Club 2,' Spanirb Club 2, 3,' Social Director 4,' Ski Club 2 3, 4,' American Field Service 3,' Outward Bound Booster! Club 3,' Art Club 4. Possible Future Career: History Major Scott Huntington Currier 17 Hidden Road Scotty Drama Club 2, 3,' W. P. A. A. 2,' judo Club 2, 3,' Frencb Club 2, 3,' Rurrian Club 2, 3,' Stickball League 2, 3,' Imprint Pbotog- rapby Sfdj? 4,' Andanno Pbotograpby Staff 4,' International Re- lationr Club 4,' Teenage Republican! Club 4,' Literary Magazine 4. Possible Future Career: Medicine Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Phillips Academy. Cynthia Ellen Curtis 87 Woburn Street E.Y.C. of Cbrift Cburcb 4,' Spanifb Club 4. Possible Future Career: Junior College 37 I I Elizabeth Mary Dawicki 16 Rocky Hill Road Liz American Field Service 2, 3, 4,' Spanirb Club 4, Pep Club 2,' Ski Club 4,' Frencb Club 3,' Outward Bound Booster: Club 3, 4. Possible Future Career: College Thomas Martin DeBolt 79 Wildwood Road Tom Latin Club 2,' Pbotograpby 2, 4,' Imprint Pbotograpby Editor 4,' Andanno Pbotograpby Editor 4,' Clan Play 3,' Sport: Mouie Pbotograpby 4. Possible Future Career: Medicine or Business Lois Gay Dandreta 38 Bancroft Road Lois Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Seruice Club 2,' Cboral Society 3 Possible Future Career: Secretary Geraldine Elizabeth Dawes 87 Pine Street Geri Outward Bound 3, 4. Possible Future Career: A Buyer tlrr f , 3 Anne Marie de Freitas 119 North Street Anne American Field Seruice 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 4, Field Hockey 3 4,' Ski Club 3, 4,' Andanno Layout Stay? 4,' Prom Dinner Com mittee Cbairman 3. Possible Future Career: College Transferred to AHS in 1966 Thomas Joseph Delaney 5 Srnithshire Estate Tom Possible Future Career: Veterinarian, Peace Corps 38 Daniel Denise 79 North Street Dan'l Possible Future Career: Army Edward Arthur Dewhurst 43 County Road Ted Ed Croix Country 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3,' Boys' Glee Club 2,' A Cappella C boir 3,' Senior Clair Play 3. Possible Future Career: Chemical Engineer Kenneth Alcide Demers 1 Temple Place Charlie Brown Possible Future Career: Army Wayne Michael Demers 90 Maple Avenue . Football 2, 3, C o-Captain 4,' Varfity Club 3, President 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Lyn Deyermond 235 Salem Street Lyn, Carrot Top Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Vanity Club 2, 3, 4,' Stu- dent Council 2,' Young Life 3,' Andanno Lay-out Stajf 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Education or Physical Therapy Carolyn Dale Dimmock 51 Corbett Street Carol Girls' Band 2, 3,' Pep Club 2. Possible Future Career: Secretary 39 Douglas DiPrima 52 Beacon Street Lysergie, Tote Real Croix Reprexentatiue 41 Matb Club 4,' Glee Club 4,' Gym Team 4. Douglas Van Everen Dodd 221 South Main Street Doug Matb Club 4,' Real Crors Reprefentatiue 4. Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Phillips Academy joseph Bernard Doherty, Jr. 11 Locke Street Joe, Guv Student Council Prerident 4,' Varrity Club 2, 3,' Vice-Prefiafent 4,' Spanirb Club 3, Vice-President 4,' Crorr Country 2, 3, 4,'Win- ter Track 2, 3 , C 0-Captain 4,' Latin Club 4. Possible Future Career: Real Estate Hal David Donnelly 1 Colen Cove David Possible Future Career: Airline Pilot Barbara Ann Douty 57 Prospect Road Barb Pep Club 2,' Glee Club 2,' Cboral Society 2, 3,' Majoretter 3. Possible Future Career: Secretary Linda Marie Duchesne 36 McKenney Circle Linda, Lynne Sopbomore Clan' Social Committee 2. Possible Future Career: Teaching 40 Gordon James Duffy 4 Arundal Street Duff Bareball 2,' Ski Club 3, 4,' Spring Track 4. Louis Victor Dufresne, jr. 25 McKenney Circle Minnesota Fats, Lou Nancy Ann Dufton 7 Argyle Street y Nanc, Duf Cbeerleading 2, 3, Captain 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Varxity Club 2, 3, Trearurer 4,' Service Club 2, 3,' Cboral Society 2,' Glee Club 2,' Young Life 3,' Andanno Girly' Sport: Editor 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Bruce james Dyke 81 Salem Street B. J., Bruce Gym Team 2,' Sopbomore Clan Social Committee 2,' Spring Track 2, 4,' Student Council 3,' Junior Clan Vice-Prefialent 3,' Senior Clan Vice-President 4,' Football 4. Judy Claire Earle 8 Tobey Lane ju-Poo, jootsy Possible Future Career: Fashion Model and Merchandiser Allen Wayne Eastman 103 Abbot Street Al, East Winter Track 2. 41 Sheila Patricia Fair 4 Franklin Avenue Muffet Moraic 2,' Band 2,' Majorette 3,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Service Club 3,' American Field Service 4,' Red Croft Reprefentative 4,' An- danno Literary Stay? 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Nancy Elizabeth Far-ron 4 Carmel Road Transferred to AHS in November 1966 from Nashoba Regional, Bolton, Massachusetts Susan Elaine Eldred 8 Burnham Road Sue, Els Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Girli' Glee Club 2,' Service Club 2, 4,' Student Council 3,' Ojjice Arristant 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary Kenneth Edward Erler 216 North Main Street Y Michelle Patricia Fereira 73 River Street Micky Mofaic 2,' Ojice Arfistant 4. Possible Future Career: Acting Melanie jean Fitzgerald 322 River Road Melanie, Mel Field Hockey 4,' A Cappella Cboir 4,' Clerical Stay? Andanno 4 Glee Club 4,' Wert Parisb P. F. 2, 3, 4,' Junior Red Crow 3 President 4,' Service Club 2. Possible Future Career: Business School 42 I Cynthia jane Gaudet 159 North Main Street Cindy Possible Future Career: Commercial Artist David Paul George 12 Stevens Circle David, George Andanno Sfdj? 4,' American Field Service 4,' Mosaic 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching Gregory Chesley Fyfe 10 Hemlock Road Greg Barketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Boyr' Glee Club 2, 3,' Ski Club 41 Yearbook 4. Possible Future Career: 4-year college Edward Patrick Garon 46 High Street Eddie Possible Future Career: Musician james Vincent Gerraughty 43 High Street jim Spring Track 4,' Ski Club 3, 4,' Outward Bound Club 4,' Inter- national Relations Club 4, American Field Service 4,' Gym Team 2,' Cboral Society 2,' Boyr' Glee Club 2,' A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4- Possible Future Career: Law Steven Norman Gesing 16 Burnham Road Goose A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4,' Football 2, 3, 4,' Madrigal 4, Student Council 2, Clair Prerident 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Varrity Club 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Private Business 43 Sharon Irene Gilman 242 Lowell Street Silly Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Cborul Society 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Hairdresser or Dress Designer David F. Gilmore 109 Dascornb Road David, Gilmore Mutb Club 3, 4,' Boys' Glee Club 2. Possible Future Career: Medicine l Ellen Nancy Goldman 8 Joyce Terrace Ellie Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Majoretter 4,' Spunirb Club 3, 4,' Service Club 3, 4,' Anilanno Sulex Stdjf 4,' Field Hockey 3,' Mamie 2,' Interna- tional Relation: Club 3. Possible Future Career: Social Work Alan Thomas Gorrie 108 Summer Street Al, Allie Crof: Country 2, 3, 4,' Winter Truck 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Broadcasting Marc G. Goulet 70 Stevens Street Gooey, Hey You Ski Club 3, 4,' Spring Track 2. Possible Future Career: Architect Alfred Lloyd Greeley 6 Ivy Lane Fred Spring Track 2, Spanisb Club 3. Possible Future Career: College 2 44 Nancy Lynn Haggerty 264 Andover Street Hags Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, American Field Service 4, Moraic 2, Girly' Barketball 2, C beerleader 3. Possible Future Career: Retailing Louise S. Hall 43 Chester Street Loui, Wease Cbeerleader 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary Gary Vaughn Gulezian 10 Arthur Road Band 2, 3, 4, Orcbeftra 4, Math Club 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Science Club 4, International Relationr Club 4,' Latin Club 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Marine Biologist joseph Andrew Hadam 56 Birch Road joe, Hih International Relation! Club 3, 4, Matb Club 4, Barbetball 2, 3, 4, Bareball 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,' Clan Preri- dent 2, Student Council 2, 3, Vice-President 4. Possible Future Career: Math Teacher Nancy Carol Hall 105 Chestnut Street Hall, Nance Andanno Sales Stay? 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cboral Society 2, 3, 4, Rainbow Girl: 4. Warren Richard Ham 8 Tanglewood South Possible Future Career: Certified Public Accountant Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Cherry Hill High School, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 45 jane Hamilton 28 Reservation Road Jane American Field Service 3, Secretary 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Future Teachers of America 4,' Mosaic 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Dental Hygienist Joyce Marie Hannan 51 Whittier Street oyce l J , . Spanisb Club 3, 4,' American Field Service 3, 4,' International " 2 Relations Club 3. Possible Future Career: Librarian Maryellen Harmon 44 Wildrose Drive Prep Club 4, Service Club 4,' Spanish Club 3, 4, Guidance Office Assistant 4,' Junior Red Cross 3,' Ski Club 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Medford High School, Med- ford, Massachusetts Priscilla Colman Harris 311 South Main Street Cilla Ski Club 4, Outward Bound Boosters Club 4,' Spanish Club 3, 4,' Young Republicans Club 4,' Service Club 2,' Art Club 3. Possible Future Career: Marine Biologist Richard Eldridge Hatch 3 Appletree Lane Dick Gymnastics Team 2, 3, 4,' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4,' Track 2. Possible Future Career: Physical Education Candace Barbara Hatfield 11 Charlotte Drive Candy National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,' Andamw Homeroom Representative 4,' Mosaic 2,' Imprint Homeroom Representative 4,' Imprint Copy Editor 4,' Class Social Commit- tee 2, 3,' Pep Club 3. Possible Future Career: Languages 46 John Vincent Hawley 574 North Main Street john Spanirb Club 4. Possible Future Career: Law Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Scituate High School Scituate, Massachusetts Barbara Anne Haywood 33 Fox Hill Road Barb Field H ockey 2,' A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Dental Hygienist Debra Sue Heifron 69 High Plain Road Debbie Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Girl! Band 3, 4,' Co-Head Color Guard 4,' Fu- ture Teacberr of America 4,' Service Club 3, 4,' Spanifb Club 2, 3, 4,' International Relationy Club 3,' Glee Club 2, 3,' Cboral Society 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Teacher Kenneth Hemsworth 5 Shepley Street Hemi, Ken Possible Future Career: Electronics james joseph Hershon 25 Burton Farms Drive Jim Spring Track 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 3, 4,' Sm- dent Council Horneroom Representative 4,' Baseball 2,' Math Club 3 Possible Future Career: Medicine Ann Marie Hickey 12 Ridge Street Nancy Spanifb Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Future Teacberr of America 3, 4,' Majorettef 3, 4,' Head Majorette 4,' Literary Sfdj? of Andanno 4,' Mofaic 2,' International Relation: Club 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching English in a Foreign Country 47 Soutb Cburcb P. F. 2, 3,' Secretary 4,' junior Red Croft 3, 4,' Cheryl Lee Holt 9 Canterbury Street Cheryl Glee Club 4,' Pep Club 2. Possible Future Career: Secretary Janice M. Holter 55 Glenwood Road Jan Cboral Society 2, 4,' Glee Club 4. Possible Future Career: Modeling Paul Hills 19 Jenkins Road Paul Football 2, 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 4, Vice-Prexident 3,' Winter T rack 2, 4,' Spring Track 2, 4,' F.T.A. 3, 4,' A Cappella Cboir 4,' International Relation! Club 3,' Moxaic 2. Possible Future Career: Veterinarian, Medicine John Manning Hogan 5 Porter Road John, Johnny American Field Seruice 4,' Pbotograpby Club 4,' Goldrmitb Speaking Contest 3. Possible Future Career: The Theatre Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Alton, Ohio Hannah Marie Howard 130 Hidden Road Hans 3 Moraic 2, 3,' Imprint 4,' Art Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 4,' Prep Club 4,' Outward Bound 4,' Slei Club 2, 4,' Girly' Band 4,' Literary Staj Andanno 4. Possible Future Career: Artist Linda jean Hughes 7 Sutherland Street Huey, Huges, Lin Pep Club 4,' A Cappella Cboir 3, 4,' Girlr' Band 3, 4, C0-Head Color Guard 4,' Literary Stay? Andanno 4. Possible Future Career: Modeling 48 Brenda jackson 36 Ballardvale Road Brenda, Bren Spanirb Club 3, 41 A Cappella Cboir 4,' Seruice Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Mosaic 2. Possible Future Career: Dental Hygienist William Michael jackson 12 McKenny Circle Mike Hockey 4,' Navy Referrer 4. Possible Future Career: Navy Carol Ann Marie Huot 42 Tewksbury Street Carol Student Council Alternate 3,' Softball 3, 4,' Typirt for A.T.A. 4, C .Y.0. 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary Craig Arthur Hurst 45 Memorial Circle Craig, Threespeed Football Manager 2, 3, 4,' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, Spring Track 2,' Barketball Manager 3. Possible Future Career: IBM Technician Judith Anne james 21 Shipman Road Judy, J- J-. Jude . A. F. S. 2, 3, 4, Cbinefe Club 4,' Pep Club 2, 3,' C. Y. O. 2, 3, 45 Prom Decoration Committee 3,' Prom Dinner Committee 3,' Andanno Literary Editor 4,' Frencb Club 2, 3,' Latin Club 2,' Girlf' Baxketball 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Journalist or Foreign Service Barbara Elizabeth jameson 61 Greenwood Road Ski Club 4,' International Relationf Club 3, 4, Frenplg Club 2 4,' Cbinere Club 4,' A. F. S. 4,' Art Club 3, 4, Outward Bound 3 4,' Andanno Literary Stag 4,' Chen Club 3,' Girlr' Glee Club 2 Possible Future Career: Linguist I J 49 Leslie joy 10 Longwood Drive Majorettef 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 4,' Cborur 2,' H ocleey Cheerleader 3,' Guidance Club 3,' Gymnaxticr Club 3,' Drama Club 3. Possible Future Career: Medical Technologist Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Peabody High jean Ellen Keith 71 Summer Street American Field Service 3, 4, Service Club 3, 4,' Girly' Glee Club 2, 3,' Latin Club 2,' International Relation: Club 3. Possible Future Career: Zoologist Helen Ingrid jehl 24 Ivy Lane Helen American Field Service 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, International Relation! Club 3,' Service Club 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching or Computer Programming Lynda Johnson 82 Woburn Street Lynda, Lyn Pep Club 2, 4,' Girl! Glee Club 2, 3,' Cboral Society 2, 3,' Andanno H omeroom Reprerentative 3. Possible Future Career: Marriage Karen Kirk 65 Haggetts Pond Road Corky, Kirky Girly' Gymnarticr Team 2, 3, 4, Outward Bound Club 3, 41 Latin Club 2,' Ski Club 2. Possible Future Career: Biologist or Archaeologist Pamela Amanda Koester 142 Lovejoy Road Pam, Pammy Spanixb Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4,' Orcbeftra 4, Service Club 2,' Pep Club 3. ' Possible Future Career: Computer Programmer 50 'slkxy-N Matthew Frederick Krauss 39 Wildwood Road , Matty, Kraut Varrity Football 4,' Library Axfiytant 2. Possible Future Career: Engineering Kathy Ann Lalonde 8 Rasmussen Circle Frenchy Prep Club Secretary 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Transferred to AHS in 1965 from Warwick High School, Warwick, Rhode Island David Konjoian 221 Chandler Road Dave, Kon Student Council 2, 3, Alternate 4,' National Honor Society 3, Prefident 4,' Mosaic 2, 3,' Imprint C o-Newr Editor 4,' Latin Club 2,' Junior Clan Council 3,' A.F.S. 3,' Prom Decorationr Com- mittee Cbairman 3,' Clan Vice-President 2. Possible Future Career: Business or Law Linda J. Kopatch 3 Dumbarton Street Kip, Kiplin Spanifb Club 2, 3 Prerident 4,' Mofaic 2,' Art Club 3, 4,' Service Club 2,' Imprint Art Editor 4,' Andanno Art Editor 4. Possible Future Career: Commercial Artist. Richard Ernest Landry 8 Dufton Road Bruno, The Flying Nun Prep Club 4. Possible Future Career: Architect Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Central Catholic William Charles Langdell 42 Clark Road Bill Arfiftant Organitt 2, 3, 4,' Ojjzice Auiftant 4,' Audio-Virual 2, 3, 4,' Band 2,' Orcbeftra 2, 3,' Mufic Department Librarian 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Architect 51 Glen Philip Lawrence 23 Moraine Street jumbo, Glen Boy? Club 3, 4,' Debating Club 2, 3,' A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4 Possible Future Career: Automotive Design Lance Douglas Ledbetter 16 Cutler Road Lance Janice Rosemary LeGendre 4 Burton Farm Drive Ian Latin Club 2, 3, 4. ' Possible Future Career: Science Field Robert J. Leger 42 York Street Bob Gymnarticr 2, 3,' Spring Track 4,' Outward Bound 4. Possible Future Career: Engineering or State Police Gail Marie Legros 522 South Main Street Gail Glee Club 2, 3,' Cboral Society 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Nursing james Leno 32 Clark Road Possible Future Career: Retired Millionaire '52 Latin Club 3, 4,' Winter Track 3, 4,' Cboral Society 2, 3, 4, Carol Rae Lichtman 3 Charlotte Drive Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Sopbomore Clary Social Committee Cbair- man 2,' Moraic 2,' Glee Club 2,' International Relationr Club 3, 4,' Service Club 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Prom Committee 3,' Excbange Editor, Imprint 4. Possible Future Career: History Major, Teaching Christina Lindholm 44 Chestnut Street DN i I Tlfla Latin Club 2,' Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Clair Play. g Possible Future Career: Dentist or Teacher Laurence Loew 211 Greenwood Road Larry Moraic 2, 3,' Bareball 2,' Imprint 4,' Matb Club 3, 4,' Ski Club 4,' International Relations Club 4. Wayne Loosigian 3 Blanchard Street Loosig Student Council 2, 3, 4,' Boyy' Glee Club 2,' Cboral Society 2,' Matb Club 2, 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 3,' Football 2, 3, 4, Library Arrirtant 2,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Outward Bound 4, Hocke y 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching or Law. 1 Charles james Lundergan, jr. 40 High Street lay a Possible Future Career: Navy Margaret Lynch 31 Wild Rose Drive Student Council 3,' Red Croix 3,' Spanifb Club 3,' Office Arfiftant 3,' Ski Club 3, 4, Guidance 061:66 Airirtant 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching CElementaryJ 53 Betsy ,MacMackin 26 Lovejoy Road Bets, Betsy Moraic 2, 3,' Sopbomore Clan Social Committee 2,' Student Council 2,' Service Club 2, 4, Secretary 3,' Pep Club Secretary 2, Vice-Preriafent 3, Preriafent 4,' Anclanno 4,' Senior Clary Play 4,' Prom Committee C bairman 3. Possible Future Career: Retailing, Buying, or Decorating Maryellen Maesano 285 River Road Mick, Mickey Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Cboral Society 2, 4,' Moraic 3,' Imprint 4,' Andanno 4,' Field Hockey 4,' Senior Clan' Play 4,' Prom Committee 3. Possible Future Career: journalist Dougas Miles MacDonald 300 High Street Mac B-oyr Gym Team 2, 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Liberal Arts College Pamela Mackay 289 Lowell Street Glee Club 2, 3,' Barketball 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching Deborah Maher 232 Andover Street Deb, Marsey Girly Gym Team 2,' Glee Club 3, 4,' Junior Clary Social Com- mittee 3,' Pep Club 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Secretary Bruce Manning 37 Summer Street Possible Future Career: Attend Maritime Academy or Coast Guard Academy 54 Stephen Martellini 46 Walnut Avenue Stevie Barketball 2, 3. Possible Future Career: College Patricia Ann Martellucci 37 Boston Road Pat Pep Club 2,' Cboral Society 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Secretary Stephen Marden 4 Orchard Street Marv, Stevie Wonder Crow Country 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Varrity Club 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Conservation Gregory joseph Markham 83 Gould Road Greg, Marks Football 2, 3,' Barketball 2,' Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Varrity Club 4. Possible Future Career: Pilot Arthur Edward Massaro 116 Salem Street Artie Boyr' Glee Club 2,' Football 2, 3,' Winter Track 2,' Student Council 4. Possible Future Career: Own a Travel Agency Linda jean McCann 9 Fiske Street Prom Committee 3,' Anafanno Typing Staff 4. Possible Future Career: Teacher of Business, Legal Secretary 55 Catherine McDonald 20 Brook Street Cathy Girlr' Gym Team 2,' Glee Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 4,' Cboral Society 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Airline Stewardess Patricia Anne McDowell 80 A Washington Park Drive Patty American Field Service 2,' Service Club 2,' A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4,' Muric Appreciation 2,' Murical Harmony and Tbeory 2, 3,' Spanifla Club 3,' Frencb Club 3,' Manacburettx Speecb Context 3,' Diftrict Cborut 3,' Library Assiftant 3,' Maclrigal Cboir 4. Possible Future Career: Music Degreeg To Teach Mentally Retarded Children Edward joseph McCarthy 35 Chandler Road Ed Latin Club 2,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 3, 4. Possible Future Career: College Thomas McCarthy 6 Regis Road Torn Possible Future Career: Electronic Designer for Honeywell Anne McEneaney 61 Salem Street Mac Cboral Society 2, 3,' Service Club 2,' Pep Club 4. Possible Future Career: Stenographer Mary Josepha McEvoy 15 Argyle Street Mary jo Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Glee Club 2, 3,' Cboral Society 2, 3,- Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Iunior Clary Social Committee 3,' Anclanno 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Therapist 56 l l Robert Earl Mellett 285 Lowell Street Bob Baseball 3. David Messina 7 Cyr Circle Mess Spauirb Club 2,' Gymuarticf 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Part Owner of a Catering Business Timothy joseph McQuade 75 Elm Street Tim Football 2, 3, 4,' Bafbetball 2, 3, 4,' Bareball 2, 3, 4,' Varsity Club 4. Possible Future Career: Engineering Wayne Alan Medeiros 10 Bellevue Road Possible Future Career: Engineer Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Amity Regional High School, Wwdbridge, Conn. jan Elisabeth Mizell 15 Bellevue Road Civiuetter 2, Vice-Prefuleut 3,' Gymnaxticr Team 2, 3, 4,' Girls' Barketball Team 2, 3,' Girlr' Softball Team 3,' Social Welfare Committee 2, 3,' Pep! Diuerr 2, 3,' Girly' Field H ocleey 41 Service Club 4,' Pep Club 4. Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Walt Whitman High School Claudia Moniz Freire Domingos Ferreira 20 Apt. 1001 Rio de Janeiro-GB-Brazil American Fielcl Service 4. Possible Future Career: English Teacher 57 William Muller 2 Sweetbriar Lane Bill Latin Club 3, Vice-President 2,' Mosaic 3,' A Cappella Cboir 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4,' Football 3, 4,' Prom Committee 3,' Varsity Club 4. Possible Future Career: Engineer Kenneth Musen 45 Hidden Road Ken Student Council 2, 3,' Baseball 2, 3, 4,' Hockey 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Matb Club 4,' International Relations Club 4. Possible Future Career: Chemical Engineer Nancy Mooney 7 Washington Avenue Nance ' Mosaic 2, 3,' Pep Club 2, 3,' Girls' Band 2,' Orcbestra 2,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Girls' Basketball Team, junior Varsity 2,' Spanisb Club 3, 4,' Prom Committee 3,' Analanno 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Therapist Richard F. Morrissey 30 C Washington Park Drive Dick Basketball 2, 3, 4,' Baseball 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Architect Carol Ann Nardozza 59 Juniper Road Pep Club 2,' Latin Club 2,' Majorettes 3,' co-bead 4,' Anclanno Lay-Out Editor 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching Transferred to AHS in 1965 Carole Nault 109 Cross Street French Club, Treasurer 3,' Matb Club 3,' S odality 3. Possible Future Career: Teaching Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Presentation of Mary Academy 58 Phillip Newcomb 59 Center Street Phil, Newk Possible Future Career: Navy and Two year Electronic School :jan Walter Newhouse 61 Maple Avenue O'Balhn Sbi Club 4,' Football 2, 3,' Latin Club 2. Possible Future Career: Physicist or Teacher Susan Gay Nichols 9 Wildrose Drive Sue Mtzjoretter 4,' Art Club 3, 4,-.Pep Club 2, 3,' Service Club 2,' Girls' Burbetbull 2. Possible Future Career: Teaching Carole Louise Nikonchuk 48 Wildrose Drive Nik Latin Club 4. Possible Future Career: Teacher Transferred to AHS in December, 1966 from Kings' Park High School, Long Island, New York Kathleen Mary Noonan 44 Dufton Road Kathy Pep Club 4,' Softball 4,' Guicluuee 4,' S eruice Club 3 . Possible Future Career: X-Ray Technician Janice Ann Norris 6 High Street jan, jane Cborul S oeiety 3, 4,' Future Teucberr of America 4,' Glee Club 3, 4,' Ski Club 4,' Pep Club 3, 4,' Art Club 4. 59 Thomas O'Leary 43 Wildwood Road Torn Football 3, 4, H ockey 3, Baseball 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Engineer jane Agnes O'Neill 83 Bartlet Street Cbeerleaaler 4, Pep Club 3, 4,' Service Club 3. Possible Future Career: College Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Basking Ridge, New Jersey Robert Harold O'Brien 6 Sandy Brook Circle O. B. Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 2, 4, Anclanno Boys' Sports Etlitor 4,' Boys' Glee Club 2,' Varsity Club 4. Possible Future Career: journalist or Social Worker Karen Virginia Ogden 70 High street Karen Pep Club 4,' Service Club 2, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Anclanno 4, International Relations Club 4. Possible Future Career: Social Worker or Teacher Cynthia jane Orlando 65 Stevens Street Cindy, Dupes . Majorettes 3, Co-Head 4, Analanno Clerical Editor 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, Ojjice Assistant 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Cboir 2,' Mosaic Homeroom Representative 3, Mosaic Typist 3,' Prom Committee Program and Invitations Cbairman 3. Possible Future Career: Business School. Brian Scott Ota 160 Salem Street C. K. Spring Track 2, 3, 4, Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Foot- ball Manager 3,' Golf 2, A Cappella Cboir 2. Possible Future Career: Forestry 60 ii... Nancy Ellen Parisi 21 Oriole Drive Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Field Hockey 2, '3, 4,' Girls' Barketball 2, 3, 4,' Softball 3, 4, Cboral Society 2, 3,' Girlr' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Varsity Club 4. Possible Future Career: College David Alan Paulekas 217 Salem Street Dave Football 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: College, Civil Engineering William john Ouellette Clover Circle Bill Winter Track 2. Possible Future Career: Professional Race Car Driver Catherine Marie Palmer 100 High Plain Road Cathy Imprint Editor-In-Cbief 4,' International Relations Club 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, Publicity Manager 4,' Student Council Alternate 2, 4,' Office Arrirtant 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 2,' Moyaic Copy Stayjf 2,' Moraic Newr Editor 3,' Girly' Glee Club 2, 3,' Social Committee Cbairman 3. Possible Future Career: Foreign Correspondent Susan Irene Paulekas 217 Salem Street Sue Barketball 2, 3, 4,' Field Hockey 3, 4,' A.F.S. 2, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Ski Club 4,' Andanno 4,' Softball 4,' Seruice Club 2, 3,' Student Council 3. Possible Future Career: College Degree in Nursing Nancy Louise Peatman 13 Rocky Hill Road Nan Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Frencb Club 2, 3, 4,' A.F.S. 2, 3, 4,' Andanno 4,' Girly' Band 2,' Ski Club 2, 3, 4,' Orcbertra 2,' "Sbowboat" cart 3 . Possible Future Career: Physical Therapist 61 Gayle Leah Petteruto 62 Elm Street latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Cboral Society 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Cboir 4, Office Arfiftant 2, 3, 4, Clary Play 3. Karl Pfeil 138 Summer Street Pifll Football 4, Spring Track 2, 4,' Winter Tracie 2, 4,' American Field Service 3. Possible Future Career: College, and the Marines i W 4 Q, R l "N jf i lv xv SX 8? R ll 1 Il 1 3 ,wffgaft l ff X2 r CS 35 wjiycl we . 3 Muff ggi, L f' ,cy . lil H ag UCC! A 7Al!Cmf'b C! 5 JZ Cfffk rj IKSQXQUD f 4 cf S Ethel Piercy 11 Virginia Road Eth Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Choral Society 41 Pep Club 3. Possible Future Career: Hairstylist Nancy Porter 7 Ayer Street Softball 4,' Guidance Anirtant 4,' Service Club 3. Possible Future Career: Merchandising Martin Post 9 Beech Circle Latin Club 2,' Spanixb Club 2, 3,' Matb Club 2, 3, 4,' Cben Club 3, 4,' Science Club 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Marine Biologist Norma Margaret Randall 125 Lovejoy Road Norma Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Andanno Sales Stajjr 4, Service Club 2, 3,' Vice- Prerident 41 Imprint Literary Editor 4,' Moraic 2, 3,' Cboral Society 2,' Outward Bound 3,' Clam Social Committee 3. Possible Future Career: Race Car Driver 62 Melvin R. Richard 463 Lowell Road Mel Possible Future Career: Electronics Kimberly Ellen Richards 33 Phillips Street ' Kim Imprint 4,' Cborul Society 4,' Glee Club 4. Possible Future Career: Teaching or Journalism jerry Lynn Reece 17 Enmore Street jerry Possible Future Career: Hairdressing Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Woodbury High School, Salem, New Hampshire Nancy Helen Reidy 17 Flint Circle Reids, Nancy Choral Society 2, 3, 4,' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Spuuixb Club 4,' Lutiu Club 4. Possible Future Career: Medical Technician Wendy Ellen Richards 29 County Road Softbull 3, 4,' Cborul Society 2. Bruce Gordon Robb 21 Memorial Circle Robbs Football 2, 3, 4,' Winter Trucle 4,' Burebull 4,' Student Council 2, 3,' Moruic 2. Possible Future Career: College or Navy 63 Deidre Eileen Robinson 8 Kirkland Drive Fielcl Hockey 4,' A.F.S. 4,' International Relations Clab 4,' Science Clnb 4,' Barketball 4,' Softball 4. Possible Future Career: Physical Therapy Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Dolgeville Central School, Dolgeville, New York Marjorie jean Rockwood 6,1 Gould Road Margie Girls' Band 2, 3, 4,' Orcbeftra 4,' Matb Clnb 4,' Science Clnb 4,' Girlx' Softball Team 2, 4,' Girly' Bafleetball Team 2. Possible Future Career: Marine Biology Denise Marie Robertson 46 Salem Street Dee Pep Clnb 2, 3, 4,' Ojjzice Afyixtant 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Business College Brigid Kathleen Robinson 8 Kirkland Drive Fielal H ockey 4,' Barketball 4,' Softball 4,' American Field Service 4,' International Relation! Clab 4. Possible Future Career: Foreign Service Transferred to AHS in 1967 from Dolgeville, New York Richard Arthur Roy 18 Cuba Street Dick Gymnastic: 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: College Karen Frances Russell 2 Yale Road Karen, Russ Gymnastic: 3, 4,' Glee Clnb 2,' Choral Society 2,' Oyjice Ayfmfmr 3,' Pep Club 3,' Service Clab 3. Possible Future Career: Hairdressing 64 Arthur james Sadowski 43 Brookfield Road Art Cror: Country 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Business Administration Linda Susan Sagaser 56 Chestnut Street Linda Gyrnnarticr 3, 4,' Student Council 2, 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' American Field Service 3, Prerident 4,' Latin Club 2,' Frencb Club 2, President 3,' Mofaic 2, 3,' Imprint Layout Editor 4,' Ski Club 3. Possible Future Career: College 351 if Phillip Russell 6 Shipman Road Phil Possible Future Career: Conservation Biologist Lee Michael Russem 14 Nutmeg Lane Lee Hockey 4. Possible Future Career: College Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, New Hampshire Robert Edward Sattin 10 Lovejoy Road Bob Matb Club 3, 4,' Science Club 4,' Audio Vixual 3, 4,' Library Arrirtant 3, 4,' Cberr Club 3. james Wendall Saunders 30 Lucerne Drive jim Bareball 2,' Football 2,' Hockey 3,' Golf 2, 3, 4. 65 Robert Ashton Scott 112 Pine Street james Philip Scuderi 435 North Main Street Jim, Scooter Spring Track 2, 4. Possible Future Career: Lawyer Carl Francis Savinelli 5 Walnut Avenue Buddy Possible Future Career: School or Service Gloria Theresa Sciuto 80 Andover Street Glor, Glo . Future Teacbers of America 4,' American Field Service 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2,' Service Club 2,' Frencb Club 3. Possible Future Career: French Teacher Rosemary jane Seccareccio 25 Lowell Street jane Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Spanifb Club 4,' Service Club 3, 4,' Girlx' Glee Club 2, 3,' Cboral S ociety 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Dental Assistant Mathyle Cyril Shatter 3 Meadow Brook Drive Thyle Pep Club 3, 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Spanifb Club 3, 4,' American Field Service 3, 4,' Analanno Salex Stay? 4,' Girls' Glee Club 3, 4,' International Relations' Club 3. Possible Future Career: Social Work 66 Michael Paul Simeone 15 Cheever Circle Mike Football 2, 3, 4,' Bareball 2, 3, Captain 4. Possible Future Career: Boston State College or Service Michael Peter Sirois 172 River Road g Spider Football 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Spanirb Clab 4,' Varrity Club 4,' Clan Play 3, 4. Possible Future Career: College Paul joseph Silva 319 Lowell Street Silv Possible Future Career: Electronics or Mechanics Scott Kent Silverman 3 Mayflower Drive Sal Science Clnb 4,' Intrarnnral Baxbetball 4. Possible Future Career: 4-year college adware!! jc! ,fc Kflfif flag' 2556041 ,ggtyc A 4345 0 c at 'ywff yoxefl f Laika, 43941 24612111 C'fa.e.a,e..J 40365421-f .flflffkff i ' ,edccda 5490065 ,KQLCJQ adam .vw 51' 45724006 ,ju Cjyzf 061823 N Donald Jay smith Cffffff 77 High Street C . D. J. smmy 776 kg Spanirb Clnb 4. , ' X Possible Future Career: Business Manager K R ,ZJ7 7? Q' JoAnn Somers 10 Nutmeg Lane jo A Girlx' Glee Clnb 2,' Cboral Society 2,' Maclrigal Singerr 4,' French Clnb 2, 3, 4,' Spanish Clnb 3, 4,' Pep Clnb 3, 4, Momig 2,- American Field Service 2, 3, 4,' A Cappella Cboir 4,' Clan Play 3 4 1 1 67 Donna Elizabeth Spinney 18 Pasho Street Donna Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Mujorezfzfe 3, 4, A Cappella Cboir 3, 4,' Service Club 4,' 051:69 Arrifzfuut 4. Possible Future Career: Dental Assistant Diane Persis St. Germain 210 River Road Diane Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Spuuifb Club 3, 4, Mujorette 3, 4, Service Club 4. Possible Future Career: Computer Analyst William Arthur Southward 10 Lakeside Circle Billy Boyr' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Cborul Society 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Lab Technician Wiliam Gordon Spencer 35 Tewksbury Street Bill, Spence Bufkezfbull 3, 4,' Burebull 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Business Administration A p a 5 pl f'A'7L7ff, 4:4 VLC, .Jnzf Mfg? cu'eecfv.ale.J, U 6:22211 Peter sf. jean M"b'fC'f 53 Red Spring Road Pete Susan Gale Stansfield 9 College Circle Sue Pep Club 3, Secretary 4,' American Field Service 4,' Future Teucberf of America 4,' Mujoretle 4, Service Club 4. ' Possible Future Career: Teacher Transferred to AHS in 1966 from St. Patrick's High School, Lawrence, Massachusetts 68 Ruthann Marie Stevens Jackson House, Phillips Academy Ruthie, Rudie Field Hockey 4, Pep Cluh 3, 4,' French Cluh 3, 4,' Choral Society 3, 4,' A.F.S. 4,' Girlr' Gym Team 2,' 'Red Croft 3,' Outward Bound 3. Possible Future Career: Dancer Janice Elaine Stewart 6 Shepley Street jan Girls' Glee Cluh 4, Choral Society 2, 3, 4,' Cheerleader 3, 4,' Pep Cluh 2, 3, 4, Mofaic 2,' Junior Clary Council 3,' Senior C lan Treasurer 4. Possible Future Career: Dental Hygienist Catherine Anne Steele 250 Andover Street Bates Possible Future Career: Secretary Mary Elizabeth Steele 250 Andover Street Mir Pep Cluh 4. Possible Future Career: Going to Business School Leo Augustine Sweeney 56 Tewksbury Street Possible Future Career: Further Schooling William Charles Tarbox 18 Cutler Road Bill, Tar Andanno Advertising Manager 4,' Science Cluh 3, 4,' Andanno I-Iorneroorn Reprefentatiue 4, American Field Service 3, 4,' Winter Track 3, 4X Bafehall 2, 3, 4,' Student Council Homeroom Repretentatiue 4,' Wert Parish P. F. 2, 3, 4,' International Rela- tions Cluh 3. Possible Future Career: College 69 Edward Wayne Thompson 52 Chandler Circle Band 2, 3, 4,' Spanirb Club 2, 3, 4,' Outward Bound 3, 41 Science Club 3, 4. Possible Future Career: College Patricia Thompson 108 High Plain Road Pat, Patty Field Hockey 3, Captain 4, Bayketball 4,' Girlr' Band 4,' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Cboral Society 3. Possible Future Career: Teacher Richard Tassinari 49 Enmore Street Dick, Tass C.Y.0. 4,' Lawrencian Ski Club 2, 3, 4,' junior Racer 4, Bare ball 2. Possible Future Career: Engineer Ann Margaret Tellier 13 Webster Street Ann, Moose Pep Club 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Business School David Allen Thresher 23 Summer Street Dave, Sub Ski Club 2. Albert Daniel Tobin Beacon Street Prince Croix Country 2,' Intramural Sport! 2. Possible Future Career: Army Reserves 70 William Asa Twigg 232 North Main Street Twiggy Ski Club 2, 4,' Golf Team 3, 4,' Intramural Sporti 3, 4,' Bafeball 2,' Bayketball 2, 3. Jane Ellen Valentine 63 Reservation Road jane Service Club 2, 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Moraic 2,' Field Hockey 3,' Girls' Glee Club 2. Possible Future Career: College Lewis Clayton Trumbore 198 Summer Street Lewie Gymnarticr 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 3, 4,' Orcbertra 2. Possible Future Career: Engineer Thomas Earle Tsepas 2 McKenney Circle Tom, Tsep Ski Club 4,' Audio Vifual 4,' International Relation! Club 4. Possible Future Career: Lawyer Susan Marie Vanasse 64 Red Spring Road Sue Service Club 2, 3, Prerident 4,' Future Teacberi of America 3, President 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Student Council 2, 3, 4,' American Field Service Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Possible Future Career: Teacher Gary Richard Vivian 159 Osgood Street Gary, Viv Baxeball 2, 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, 4,' Basketball 2, 3, 4,' Intra- mural Sportf 2,' Boyf' Glee Club 2. Possible Future Career: Lawyer 71 Susan Foster Vogt 50 Wildwood Road Susan American Field Service 3, Vice-Prefident 4,' Girlr' Varrity Soft- ball Team 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Rainbow 4,' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Cboral Society 2, 3, 4,' Imprint Reprerentative 4. Possible Future Career: Medical Technician Linda Adele Wacholder 237 North Main Street Andanno Coordinating Editor 4,' Service Club 3, 4,' International Relations Club 4,' Future Teacberr of America 3, 4,' American Field Service 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, Secretary-Trearurer 4,' Student Council Trearurer 4,' Spaniyb Club 3,' Pep Club. Possible Future Career: Social Work Transferred to AHS in 1966 from Nesharniny High School, Langhorne, Pennsylvania Denise Marie Vocell 26 Elm Street Dee ' Spanirb Club 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' A Cappella 4,' Ski Club 3. Possible Future Career: Dental Hygienist Betsy Blanche Vogt 11 Carmel Road Bets, Fuzz Andanno Circulation Sltljf 4,' A Cappella 3, 4,' American Field Service 3, 4,' FTA 3,' junior Red Crorr 2. Possible Future Career: Elementary Teacher Joseph Frank Wesolowski 10 Canterbury Street Joe, Weso Gymnastic: 2, 3, 4. Carol Ann West 35 Morton Street Carol T Marcbing Band 2, 3, 4,' Concert Band 4,' Soutb Cburcb P. F. 2, 3, 4,' Girlr' Club 2, 3,' Mofaic 3. Possible Future Career: English Teacher 72 Catherine Jean Williams 29 Washington Avenue Cathy Cboral Society 3, 4,' Future Teacberr of America 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Service Club 3,' Girly' Glee Club 3. Possible Future Career: Teacher Dana T. Wilson 88 Lowell Street Wils Audio Virual 2, 3, 4,' Bareball 2, 3, 4,' Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4,' Latin Club 2, 3, International Relationr Club 3, 4. Lawrence Dewing Westfall 41 Summer Street Larry, Wipeout Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Social Committee 2. Possible Future Career: Business School Linda Lee Whitney 268 High Plain Road Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' Service Club 2, 3, 4,' National Honor Society 3, 4,' Anclanno Layout Stay? 4,' Girly' Glee Club 2, 3. Possible Future Career: Medical Secretary Brian Patrick Winters 47 Enmore Street Sparky, Beanney Possible Future Career: Mechanic Terry Lynn Wisenbaker 13 Ivy Lane Ter Possible Future Career: Drama Transferred to AHS in February, 1967 from Thousand Oaks High School, California 73 Theodore Davis Witrnan 197 Haggetts Pond Road Smiley Winter Track 2, 3, 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Football 2. Possible Future Career: Two Year College Peter james Wojtkun 19 Moraine Street Pete Gymnayticr 2, 3, 4, Tri Captain 4,' Spring Track 2, 3, 4,' Winter Track 4,' Vanity Club 3, 4,' Latin Club 4. Possible Future Career: Pre-Med School Barbara Ethel Young 63 Bailey Road Barb Cbeerleaaler 3, 4,' Future Teacberf of America 3, 4,' Pep Club 2, 3, 4,' lnqnrint Circulation Manager 4,' Office Affirtant 4,' Girly' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,' Cboral Society 2, 3, 4,' Sopbomore Social Committee 2,' Service Club 2, 3,' Varfity 4,' Prom Committee 3. Possible Future Career: Elementary Teacher Christine Renee Bourcier Chelemarie 73, Bourdeau, France Chris American Field S eruice 4,' Spanirb Club 4. Porrible Future Career: Interpreter KGerman, Englirb, Spanifb 1. Constance Dormer Brooks 221 South Main Street Connie Possible Future Career: Oceanography or Writing Transferred to AHS in December 1967 from Lower Merion Senior High in Ardmore, Pennsylvania 74 David Carl Berube 8 Elm Court Dave Lynn Dianne Delibac 57 Stevens Street Peanuts Xavier Henriquez 371 North Main Street Brian Francis Horton 12 Linwood Street Horny, Hors Steven john Lion 77 Central Street Camera Shy Kathleen Lynch 239 River Road George Gregory Moss 92 Dascomb Road Richard Alan Parent 14 Mary Lou Lane David Mark Rozen 24 Lincoln Circle Dave Reed Martin Sargent April 24, 1950 - April 23, 1966 Steven Allan Smith 16 Burton Farm Drive Susan Anne Stahley 497 South Main Street Sue George Stroud 16 County Road Bear, Rose Randall Douglas Towne 21 Arundel Street Randy Michael Maynard 3 Tanglewood South On the day before his sixteenth birthday, Reed Sargent was killed in a tragic, unnatural automobile accident. Reed was a wonderful, warm-hearted, fun-loving boy, who had a full and happy life ahead. When such a tragic event takes place, it makes us, his class- mates, pause to think of the preciousness of life, of the value of friendships, and of the hope to make this world a happier and gayer place in which to live, as Reed did in his few years here. He was our friend and we will never forget him. 75 Senior Class Qfficers Vicki Coheng Social Committee Chairman Janice Stewartg Treamrer Corinne Broderickg Secretary Steve Gesingg Prefidem Bruce Dykeg Vice-Prexidem 76 Senior Class Council lawn cum arm S M ,,,,,r.. .A STANDING: Wayne Loosigian, Susan Vanasse, Linda Wacholder, jim Hershon, Jane Hamilton, Linda Sagaser and Bill Twigg. SEATED: Joe Hadarn, Janice Stewart, Steve Gesing, Bruce Dyke and Vicki Cohen. Prom Committee STANDING: Linda McCann, Ann De Freitas, Cathy Palmer, Chandler Bailey, David Konioian, Bill Langdell, Priscilla Harris, Linda Kopatch, Mary Jo McEvoy, Norma Randlall. SEATED: Jane Valentine, Cynthia Orlando, Ruth Anderson, Steve Gesing, Betsy MacMackin, Maryellen Maesano, Corinne Broderick and Jane Hamilton. 77 W-A N X 1 41 ,7z?,,f,,f 7' I f f ,157 'wr ii- ., 1 W. ff, Q I ff V 4 Q f W as ,.,, ,f 4 my f 1 L , , A I X ,g,. , I M ,,,,AW.f 9' , 4 1 V . , , , . ,, . 97 g, J Sq: ..' Ski N Q 'L Hi Funniest Lyn Deyermond Jay Leno Most Respected Ginny Campbell Steve Gesing Class Scholars Linda Sagaser David Konjoian Best Looking Ruthann Stevens Dick Hatch Class Athletes Diane Chalifour Ken Chlebowski Super f 9 .. 1, Q ,-W3 . ,Z , , V,M . , 3 4, f-M HQ K V .tiv..i, ,,,, ,. y ff. 4 5 S l itii ig y . M Wag w 172' , 'V '5 Vnf, I , 1,:,f, if ., 4 mf,4,f,m'n my f ,f f, auf' Class Artists Linda Kopatch Mike Maynard Most Friendly Vicki Cohen Bob O'Brien latives Did Most for A.H.S. Betsy MacMackin Steve Gesing Most Versatile Sandi Brouck joe Doherty Best Dancers Lyn Deyermond Bob O'Brien Class Couple Sue Paulekas Wayne Demers Class Musicians Marjorie Rockwood john Burke Class Individuals Linda Kopatch David Rosen Best Dressed Vicki Cohen F. W. Bradley jr. Yeah, I catch 'em from my dog. H3 and no, I'm not free Satur- day. Thay, Thweetie . . . No Rick, Clarence Darrow was not a big band leader of the '20's. , s l Were opening up a little club down in the shop. 82 Miss, could you get this eyelash out of my right eye? Gee joe, was lunch really that bad? Ernie, will you please let go of my Slinky? I know all you want is a late pass but there are only five more minutes - left to the period. Some people forget ties? . . . WeH . . , Anhh . . . What's' up, Doc? And class, we all know what Ethan and Mattie really wanted to do . . . Who turned up the water temperature? Dahdoo...bee...bee...doo...dah 83 X I ' i , ' 7 I 1 :I tl Q L: 4-N pf-ff H 151 A lv 'W A 'ffl I X -.. W ' x ww + H ,I 'Il' 1 ll' W l 1 +11- P Q5 The life of a sophomore' 'P is filled T with anticipation, with adjustments, and s with learning. The novelty of a new school presents new ideas new challenges and new responsibilities. S ophomores, the newcomers, have risen to the occasion and have performed well. The life of a junior is yilled with preparation, with planning, with work. Duties and activities span from college plans, to career decisions, to deepening social involvement. juniors, the veterans, anticipate the responsibilities of heing the oldest and most ohserved , in the school. The husy schedules of juniors and sophomores have left these students tested, ready, and anxious for the years to come. N juniors are cooperative uniors are never taken by surprise. juniors take advantage of the hor lunch program. Juniors are serious. Class of '69 juniors are neat. wg i- juniors are artistic. J-WA X ,, ya V y.f45j?-an 0 , A7 '12 W Juniors are well-informed juniors are cliqueless. 87 Juniors are ably advised by Mr. Hopkins and Miss Samra. Clan Ojjficerr f 1. to rj Kathy Morrissey, Social Committee Cbairmang Eve Iskols, Treafuferg Ed Rawlings, Preridemfg jim Gillan, Vice-Prem denrg Dale Wwdworth, Secretary. 88 juniors are headed for Seniority. When students are juniors in high school they begin to think about what colleges they would like to attend. They face the formidable college boards in October, March, and May. They begin to fully realize the importance of good grades and active participation in school and community life. Under the leadership of the junior Class officers, the class of 1969 has demonstrated its ambition and imagina- tion in class projects and has participated actively in the life of the whole school. The class successfully sponsored a basketball game between the Harlem Diplomats and the faculty as a fund raising event. And, as each junior class before it, sponsored the Junior-Senior Prom under the chairmanship of Beth Gower and Geoff Crossley. As the members of the class of 1969 proudly wear their new class rings they can look forward confidently to a' successful Senior year. ' N-.i4Z-ifi'-I Roosevelt Acoff, Mark Ayres, Tom Adams, and Leon Sharpe monopolize on their free moments. Dan Diggs, Van DeBose, Larry Os- borne, and Mark Ayres relax after a hectic school day. A Better Chance What are we doing here? What are the goals of "A Better Chanceu? We are sure that many Andover High School students are still asking themselves what our program is all about. We hope that some day they, as well as millions of other Americans, will understand our goals and the message behind the letters A.B.C School life is like a circle, we start school, finish school, go for vacations, and then start school again. As an A.B.C. student I cannot belong entirely to that circle. I remember the past, live the present, and wonder about the future, for I have witnessed areas of misery and disillusionment created by poverty, ignorance, and social barriers. These areas contain millions of human beings without much hope of escaping. The A.B.C. program is one way of breaking through the barriers which are isolating many social classes from one another. Most of us come from different backgrounds but we all have something in common. We have the will to learn, not only on academic terms, but in terms of ways of life and coexistence with one another. The purpose of our being in Andover is not just to get "a better chance" and live in a middle class suburb. We are here because of a long failure in communica- tion and understanding between different social classes. In order to solve many of today's problems, people must understand one another and A.B.C. is one way to achieve this. In addition, we have a moral commitment to the neighborhoods from which we come. The A.B.C. staff has faith that we will use our education to help others who havenlt had it. The purposes and goals of our program are many and to understand them one must be involved in the program itself. Andover High has been involved and, in one year, we have shared school and outside activities, making them a part of ourselves. ANGEL DOMINGUEZ 89 Dan Diggs, Ellis Rowe, and Clayton White exhibit their "musical" ability. Angel Dominguez works hard at de- fending the goal. 4 W k N My lg AL X V! X t , lyk WJ rf' if of ti V- my dhcp. L QM AJP! t, ssl fb-U iv Jbfu Www 3 , t ,F ' 1 -1 V V r, Aw, f I KM FAU My Y l A39 QW thllfmv 4,19 t mlllfl' Q BSS O ' 31' fl V 'Wil ff -if i 0 fi D pfli . ua ,ty lf jr tl nhl lf' fjjlylf ll L, C7 gl H 5 EM pf! AN XLS Dil l l Djliilii lflljfl WjJr'Jgl QW ljfly is Mil i fall 'lf . VL li, , Af ,rl L l , ibn PL 1' A "PV -f 'Lil A ftftifQ?y,mjil"r IKQQXQ' t W lf' Q31 l "allay 'W fy ,lf 5 lj -X Y eh UW U J N U ly f U or if tsl' .fr rf 'v A The Sophomore class this year has made ai fine adjustment to high school life. Under the leadership of their officers the class achieved financial stability by conducting of stationery sale and sponsoring the annual Sophomore Class dance. In ad- I ll g 'X Sophomore Clary Steve I I . fl. to nl Dan Earley, Vice-Preridentg Doug DesRoches Social Moss, cretafry. dition, sophomores have contributed their work and ideas to school organizations and have actively participated in the sports program. Xa tj! x ,V t f lt Q 7 fxllll 5' XP Enesse in Biology I. ol QU ll X -at . N if l 0 Rijlvji A XL! s i ttf r .t- if tw ,X .V My it fl W af l of J' 1 Jr S X w... P. ,w 11 . K . ., "We will now observe our period of meditation .... " ' I J i K 90 You mean they've postponed the new school deadline again?! They can even play basketball! Is Mr. Dorsey really inside? Sophomores take advantage of every You can have mine. free moment. . ,Cv Wha'dya expect for twenty-live cents? ff . 'CP CJ CN , ll - gin N, J E fd cfs 5 We Elfqki?ZfJ J Q92 as l eg is w QQ Q. Q K Oh U03 Tefmifesl Whoops! I forgot the ball! 91 'E' I ,mm jj S V Ffa' I-:ff X f 4 Q0 4 -9. 1 Q rn . Students express themselves with their hands and with their voices In music, In writing, In art. And employ for others And for themselves Their special talents In a spring concert, In an editorial, In a painting, in a piece of furniture With each individual ejfort Lies the promise of things to come g Tomorrow's works of art. A creative moment A student gets pointers from art teacher Mrs. Hatton. Happiness is liking what you've done A student studies his work. ew! Miss Dalton, head of the Art Department, advises a senior art student in figure drawing. Mrs. Morse, teacher of crafts, makes a mold of a clay head f ,X Self-portrait in the making. Industrial Arts Mr. Charles Vars instructs students in woodworking. A student jams the air waves. Applying knowledge in metal work. Mr. James Carrol answers a students ques- Mr. Edwin Hawkes, elec tion about mechanical drawing. tronics teacher. 96 x WJ M W . lf? wif my ff Q9 M Af Gxfs fx! Majorerres . . . 'N w Q la, Saturday afternoon football games would Egg YBQgv?Rg3Q1efe.O Q X TJ af . 'UV lk Z 0 K Pi X- U Q' f- JW, F I 5 uf ' 'N A JZ iff 'f U' ox,-i Wuvl. X VIA , 6 YL ag 0 ,mf H Fgjfm' in W 543194 Mr. Edward Grigoli,Direcror of the Andover High School combined Boys' and Girls' Band and the Orchestra. 1 Q l The Andover High-Schoolbrchestra performs at special assemblies, concerts and other school functions, jji,Q,5j'iial ii W gi M 'mlfij1 Fi lfiffji 'wifiiHebiyalffili l UQ? ,S p , W, is hifi 3f'T1Q.x lfeww1i,i for 1i'w-in'wl1JlW?"f1.lSi v, if Vw "PV U in 6 -,.-' 'Alu 1 '-L. H' far iff' Mr. J. Edward Collins and Mr. Keith Gould, Andover High School Vocal Directortconfer over an aj'gngJc2?r1ge,nteD5gJUCjkq?Kms5u X S Je' WU Qin, Q Qmiyllp 2 w CD A iek- A VN ' ' 'N X ' ' x 'A The Madrigal Singers pause for a picture during a practice session for one ofiybskyfcgsw J X EB their many performances. V U ,JJ W Ji XS? X by ,Q XG' il 'L if 9 X H.-v -. A 98 N gf Wy file? , r r The Girl s'G1ee Club harrnonizes during practice. LD'57dnG""' VIAJULLME 513 . QQJPKGZL Q Q-4,ff'x.-J c,1e?n,rc AJMK ow? 0 1 ,Q ' A fp fx The Choral Society ponders over an arrangement before beginning a new piece. TheA 9' dy, fly EXW 9 J W2 X Cie iittyjftiiiixptm 'Qi MX 'Ivo ' Q39 xgaa W tMwQb5fWfe , w, we 6050555 ii ff? Imprint xyygstxy g N IMPRINT STAFF Q EDITORIAL STAFF Fzrrt Row? Linda Sagaser, Layout, Barbara Burnham, Typing, Candy Hatfield Copy, Heather Buchan, Girlr' Sports. Second Row: David Konjoian, Newr Cathy Palmer, Editor-in-Chief, David Gilmore, Newrg Beth Rozen, Featurer Third Row: Barbara Young, Circulation, Carol Litchtman, Exchange, joe Hadam Boyr' Sports, Larry Loew, Business, Tom DeBolt, Plaotogmpbyg Chandler Bailey Advertifmgg Norma Randall, Literaryg Linda Kopatch, Art. Editor-in-Chief Cathy Palmer I . . . A new name for our school paper . . . Why Imprint? Because a new school has new happenings to report and a new environment ,to reflect. Imprint suggests an im- pression, and the school newspaper is a reflection of the thoughts, and activities of the students. Published eight times a year under the supervision of Cathy Palmer, Editor-in- Chief, the Imprint includes importanthews events, feature articles, student spotlights, sports reviews, student expresso, editorial comment and letters to the editor. New to the paper this year are a regular comic strip and classihed advertisements. The policy of the Imprint is to review, discuss and announce the activities of the school. Andanno AN DAN NO STAFF Editor-rn-Chief EDITORIAL STAFF Ginny Campbell Frrrt Row: Nancy Dufton, Girly' Sporlrg Joan Bracken, Circulatiorzg Cynthia Orlando, Clerical. Second Row: Carol Nardozza, Layoutg Linda Wacholder, Co- ordirzaforg Ginny Campbell, Editor-in-Chief, Linda Kopatch, Artg Judy James, Literary. Third Row: Doug Costello, Burineft Arrimzntg Bob O'Brien, Boyr' Sportrg Tom DeBolt, Plootograplayg Fred Bradley, Butinextg Bill Tarbox, Busi- rzerr Arriftrznt. The Andanno, Andover High School's yearbook, is designed to capture and preserve a year of high school life in all its aspects. This year's staff, under the editorship of Virginia Campbell faced the task of pre- senting a new format to complement the exciting, new Andover High School. The size of the book was altered, new sections were added and the arrangement of some standard sections was revised. The annual began under the advisorship of Mr. Louis Annese and, when Mr. Annese was appointed editor of Your Sclzoolr, the book came under the guidance of Mr. Wayne Mercer. f 'Cww9+SlM'7P'5 - 4 X fy, WM X A w w f ff N 5 W , P X f f .NTI ' gl' f ,- ff E!! L N- f yy , rl? .alll ,V ha 'I I: I -T J fr fi- f N MJ 'Hu Q" W Nw M M Q - w x W 1 ,M ,M Z0 qgew 4X x fl,fQEg ' Th i ii l"5 J'N X! SQEQ LJG 'f X 'Q' Q X ff' L I N " f . Vega E ' 1 Q Q Y' 1, ., 3' V fmfylnf ,J rdf S., cg 1' , lg . 'I ' gzip-e,, NYE We Q: Q L ' X ' if 'JMB 5 Q H! W 4- m W e N N' M W Q X Participation in the cluhs of the school A jfords the student A source of recreation, A time to he with friends, A chance to achieve. To work together for a common goal Teaches those involved The process of planning, The value of application, The satisfaction of success. In an afternoon meeting or a field trip An interest is fed Which will grow To further enrich a life In the coming years. Honor Society The National Honor Society at Andover High School is an outgrowth of similar organizations founded in colleges and universities to give recognition to those students who have maintained high scholastic standards and have served their schools as outstanding citizens. Membership in this organization is one of the highest honors our school can bestow upon a student. Character, scholarship, leadership and service-these are the cardinal principles of the National Honor Society, and the goals toward which the members strive, individually, and as a group. As active citizens of Andover High the members have organized several money raising projects for scholarships such as a bakery sale and a dance. This year 'Q ff l Two-Year Members they also participated in the Eastern Massachusetts Associa- tion of National Honor Societies Convention. Unlike previous years the candlelight ceremony this year was held in the evening. New members were given the pin, a key and a torch inscribed with the letters C.S.L.S. sym- bolizing the goal and the high standards of the National Honor Society toward which our chapter strives. First row: Linda Sagaser, Candace Hatfield, Carol Nardozza, Linda Whitney. Second row: Linda Wacholder, David Konjoian, Gary Gulezian, Catherine Palmer. Third row: Carol Lichtman, Wayne Loosigian, Kenneth Musen, Joseph Hadam, Douglas MacDonald, Virginia Campbell. "I light the candle of education." President David Konjoian leads the new members in the Honor Society pledge. 104 Student Council 2 s. ,, ..q. K V Student Council Officers L. to r.: Linda Wacholder, rreaturerg joseph Hadam, Vice-Prefidentg Joseph Doherty, Prefi- P1-esidenf Joe D01-161-fy dent, Linda Sagaser, Correfponding Secretary, Corinne Broderick, Recording Secretary. The Student Council, an important part of school life, burst into life this year under the leadership of President, Joe Doherty, Vice President, Joe Hadam, Treasurer, Linda Wacholder, Cor- responding Secretary, Linda Sagaser, and Recording Secretary, Corinne Broderick, and proved that the school administration working together with the council can produce student benefits. This year the four year job of revising the council Constitu- tion was completed. The most important change was the revising of the system of representation. Under the new process there would be one student elected to represent every fifty students in the class with the maximum according to the number in the smallest class. This provides equal power where under the pre- vious plan, the larger class would have a greater number of homeroom representatives, thus giving them a larger voice in the council decisions. The Pro-Tem government was abolished as an ineffective policy and it is now established that the new Student Council President will be elected in May. During the fall, representatives from each class attended the Eastern Massachusetts Division of Student Councils where ideas, opinions, and plans were exchanged. Also, the council reviewed the dress code and obtained more freedom for the students between classes. In all, the Student Council has shown itself to be a strong link of communication between students and faculty. joe hears the opinions of the council. . . ,, A measure receives an enthusiastic vote Math Club 5 l The Science C1ub's prime aim is to cultivate interest in all aspects of science and to involve all members in an informal education in the sciences. The club has guest speakers and goes on field trips to such places as Western Electric Company and the Lawrence Water Works. All club activities are under the supervision of the advisor, Mr. Wihiam Deacon. The Math Club, headed by President Bob Sattin and advised by Mr. Victor Walshe, is open to all,students interested in mathematics. Each month ten members compete in math contests with neighbor- ing schools. This club helps the student to develop keenness of mind and ability to calculate quickly and to work eifectively with numbers. Science Club 'z sxxwwwvxwws Future Teachers of America 7.3, l l This politically oriented group of stu- dents, under the advisorship of Mr. Mc- Cusker and the leadership of Paul Hills, president, Barbara jameson, vice-presi- dent, Linda Sagaser, secretary and Chan- dler Bailey, treasurer, is not only responsi- ble for the sale and distribution of the school's New York Times, but is active in getting student participation in such events as the World Affairs Council, an annual trip to the United Nations in New York City, and the State Department sponsored "Model The club ex- presses its concern as youths of the world community through its debates, films on controversial issues, and a host of guest speakers throughout the school year. The purpose of the Future Teachers of America is to present to the student the opportunities open to him in the field of education. The club has sponsored field trips to various colleges and universities to assist students in choosing a school. Film strips, speakers, and group discus- sions also proved helpful. The club mem- bers also served at the Annual Teacher's Association Night dinner, sponsored Col- lege Career Night, and joined with the National Honor Society in forming a tutoring service. It is hoped that in the future, club members will be able to work with teachers and substitute for them in both high school and elementary levels. This year's ofhcers include Co-Presidents, JoAnn Batchelder and Sue Vanesse, Secretary, Kathy Morissey, and Treasurer, Eve Greenberg. Miss joan Lynch is the advisor. International Relations Club 0 j , ' ilpifwtifffi if ifffj SPM" Hub I ttmiri I Q , The Spanish Club is a relatively new organization whose purpose is to stimulate in- terest in Spain and Spanish culture. The members held many activities which included parties celebrating Spanish Christmas, and Saints day. During a variety show, they enter- tained the student body by performing a skit with Spanish song and dance. This year, the members of the Spanish III class prepared a banquet with Spanish-style food at the home- of their advisor, Mrs. Dorothy Goclowski. The present officers consist of Presi- dent, Linda Kopatch, Vice-President, joe Doherty, Treasurer, Allyson Brooks, and Secre- tary, Charlyce Bajek. Latin Club The Latin Club was instituted three years ago by a small group of students who had brought the idea from the well-established Latin Club at the junior high. Its main func- tion is to present to interested students the background and customs of Rome in an in- formal and meaningful Way. Claire Dimlich, president, Lois Grant, vice-president, Kathy Morrissey, secretary-trea- surer, and jill Markert, committee chairman, organized this year's Roman banquet with the help of Miss Lynch, the advisor. This club also sponsors activities during Language Week. 108 American Field Service AFS OFFICERS fl. to r.J Eve Greenberg, Treatrurerg Linda Sagaser, Preridentg Susan Vogt, Vice-Preridentg jane Hamilton, Secretary. Claudia confers with Andover's AFS presi- dent, Mrs. Vogt. I have been an exchange student for only a half-year up until now, and so it is hard to describe my position, as well as that of thousands of others who came together with me. I could go back to the past and explain AFS's beginning as ambulance groups during World War I and II or define it formally as 'a "private and nonprolit organization" but that wouldn't be enough. American Field Service is much more and its full meaning is explained by groups of stu- dents from all over the world, proudly called AFS'ers and united by one feeling no matter what their nation, race or creed. This feeling started as soon as we were notified about our scholarshipsg all of a sudden we felt automatically in- volved in the AFS'spirit. I don't mean that our personalities change, but something indefinable is added to our lives Claudia plays piano for her AFS sister, Eve Greenberg. Claudia continues her record as a good student. when we become part of AFS. It may be the idea of getting to know people and making them know about our countries as well as ourselvesg it may be the purpose of bringing un- derstanding throughout the nations in order to create the dream of civilizationg it may be the realization that human beings are the same no matter where they come from and that they are all able and willing to try to achieve peace on earth. Because of all these reasons I have confidence in this program and though I may not be sure of what one student can do, I understand the power of thousands of teenagers shouting in unison every year: "Walk together, talk together all ye peoples of the earthg then, and only then shall ye have peace." CLAUDIA MONIZ-FREIRE Outward Bound Senior Wayne Loosigian at , 1 ' Bound. -v I.-V 'im 'Kr K V , Karen Nelson sets out on a strenu- ous hike. OUTWARD BOUND CLUB OFFICERS Preyident, Heather Buchan, Setretrzfy, Kathy O'Connorg Trearurer, Paul Russell. Mining from picture, Vice-Prerident, Liz Dawicki. Colorado Outward Bound. if . Heather Buchan participates in activities of Outward Outward Bound was established because of Dr. Kurt Hahn's concern for "youth's increasing aimlessness, lack of involve- ment, and failure to mature into whole adultsf' He was con- vinced that a boy needs to learn for himself how much he is capable of physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The sight of the Hrst Outward Bound School was Aberdovey, Wales where boys went through a rigorous seaman's training. In 1962 the first U.S. Outward Bound School was founded in Colorado and, by 1967, four more programs were in operation including one for women. In the summer of 1966 I was a student at the Minnesota School. After being introduced to the program by a jog in the Woods, a wade through a swamp, and a walk through rapids, all known as Quiet Walk, we were ready for anything. The memories are still very much alive. How does one forget the fear of being lost in the woods with only a map and a compass, or the complete exhaustion of swimming a mile, a quarter of which was with clothes on, or the sick feeling when, after twelve matches, the lite, the most important survival tool, still hasn't started. Then there is a sixteen day canoe trip of which three days were spent on the terrifying and much dreaded solo. This part is the most memorable and will never be forgotten. "Outward Bound is not easy, it is not meant to be. It is something very good." HEATHER BUCHAN Outward Bound Participant Ami Stay? Andover High's Varsity Club includes all two-year varsity lertermen and cheer- leaders. Its purpose is to promote athletic interest and participation by the student body. Each year the club, which dates back to 1942, awards a S250 scholarship to a deserving athlete. This year, in addi- tion.to sponsoring the' annual, semiformal Varsity Club Dance, the club has begun selling hot chocolate in the cafeteria be- fore school. The club is advised by Mr. Richard Collins and is led by President Wayne Demers, Vice-President joe Doherty, Secretary Lyn Deyermond, and Treasurer N ancy Dufton. Pep Club PEP CLUB OFFICERS Standing, Z. to r.: Sue Stansheld, Secrezafyg Ann Olney, Debbie Allen, Decorating Chairman, Barbara Roman, Treasurer. fSeazed, Z. to 112 Betsy MacMackin, Preridentg Karoline Kennedy, Vice-President. Varsity Club The Pep Club is comprised of all girls willing to support Andover High School at athletic events both home and away. Advised by Mrs. Madeline Simeone and led by President Betsy MacMackin, Vice-Presi- dent Karoline Kennedy, Secretary Sue Stansheld, Treasurer Barbara Roman and Decoration Chairmen Ann Olney and Debbie Allen the club decorates the spectator and team buses before football games and sponsors the annual dance, Pep-o-rama. 5, V Club members perform one of the Service Club's many duties within the school, arranging the display caseao W U 3 A 5 7 Service Club members decorate the schoo1's Christmas ' tree. QQ Qty? 9 iid Service Club rr The Andover High School Service Club is an organization of students who are willing to devote their time to serving the school and the community. This year the club entertained sick children with a Hal- loween party at a local hospital, brought gifts to AHS students who were in the hospital, decorated the school for Christmas, and visited veterans monthly at the Tewksbury State Hospital. Bakery sales and the annual Service Club dance provide funds necessary for the projects. Much of the club's success can be attributed to the guidance of its ad- visor, Mrs. Mary L. Coughlin, and to its officers-President, Sue Vanasseg Vice-President, Norma Randall, Secretary, Barbara Morloosg Trea- surer, Carlene La Frenierg and Showcase Chairman, Deborah Allen. Ol if Wi W G, yfwrwvlr ' 91 OK M ' iflojlvi liiilfiyii fi il! OFFICERS J LW jlay ,V ix of X Sf Smeg' eff zz'fgff:5,2i,15ifa'z?1srz1OO:t Sfiliiim Ezifzfsiv i rl N ,fl if it il W r fS'Keiz53:,SliNI0bliiiz1a giinclall, ,Vgce-lPre.riiZdeni SusanTVanasseZ M v v NIJ , M' 'Q RJ 91 Prey ent, LK! . ' M K Q A Gp! U IJ W wwfitiiwi ii Chess Club Checkmate A master contemplates his move. This year the Chess Club entered its second year of existence. It is an informal club dedicated to the enjoyment of chess. The club's ten members mee-t within the school to comepte against each other and occasionally meet to compete with other schools such as North Andover. J. M WMM Artclub 5201 Ui' T UMW leadership of the new stud nt-t er, Peter Thompson, a .. ra , of AHS, presently a stu 1, qi I the Boston Museum School, 5 f 1 Miss Dalton, this year's art . s has ex- ploded from a pastel 3 a state of inactivity into the vi dly bright World of artistic endeavors. Mem- bers have participated in a series of informal trips to Boston museums. Its meetings are actually group dis- cussions where art students have golden opportunities to criticize each other's work freely. 113 hro the vibrant an 1 ul H rift A Of 3 Sfi' 73' A I IISII I I I I I'Iot1seVotes Poverty Bill fieshtft of lVIcNarttara. e l I of war Policy Riftp I ?U.S.ADlVII'I'S PATROL I IIIIIAS IN GIIIIIBIIDIA ' Wat Protesters Switch f Y Brings Speettlation- I And Reductions in Budget fPresulent Will Fly For Holt Services ---waxes awe- -,ignai - ' , . 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We watch an I pressive h 1 pp oach completion two hund I y cl y I I f h ncl miles away, the p p I f S ly h homes and schools fll bbl ' I l I A d HghSh l periencehpp U ,L d I d cl p Y I g ' ly p cl I k I I f h 5 " f f h h h 2 h ' f I f d d p p B f I g y cl h h h I l h PONTIFII DIIPLORESJ WAR stvtmilts JUHNSUNVOUTLIINES 5-STEPIPROGRZAM Lunar Craft Orbtts In Fifst lighf Test' s WIRSQVERUYPRUS 'f'f1SPlf'sf1f Keeps Africa W 1 P dh p iieh 1 bhdhFd5 hS dyf f bug h in I S S B'cls.lh S UNVIEINIMIEICF l,IZZ2?.i,ZU.1ifZiE'L'dStifff f To Australia Today- I :rm on Calling U 4 in Leningrad Repbrtedlaiiledi' As Plotters Against the Regime lc junta Hmts Kzng Constantme Can Returni The 100-I Shots Clinch Pennant h 4 U S Planes Downeci by F oeg 1 ly TEH 2AreLost1n Fight with MIG' SOVIET WARNS U.S. ON SPREADING WAR BEYOND VIETNAM: UREECEREPORTS PACTWITHTURKEY BARS e5L0ND0N1WRKET VIIUS Core Produced Art1f1c1a!1y fi igg s g A6 gk , Q NN jiLX ff H' U., Q N XM S355 X s Andover's Golden Warriors devoting afternoons to long, hard practice persist, fight to win. The glory of a victory, the satisfaction of success, the relief, the pride, occasionally even the defeat all contribute to the determination, and the exhibition of good sportsmanship, school spirit, responsibility, teamwork. Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Wilmington Vocational ., .,.,, Chelmsford Dracut ........., ....,,.. Tewksbury .....,. .... Billerica ......., ....,... Burlington Methuen .. N. Andover The Golden Warriors Football squad provided everyone with a lot of thrills this year. They rebounded strongly after a iirst game defeat at the hands of a tough Wilmington team. Our boys fought and scraped their way out of the slump, losing only one of the eight remaining games. The team played in the Andover tradition, determined to win. One of the chief reasons for the success was the excellent coaching of Head Coach Richard Collins, along with his assistants, William Vickers and Drummond Bissett. There were many standout players. Ken Chle- bowski and Steve Gesing were chosen Most Valuable Players, while Dave Paulekas and Wayne Demers received the Varsity Club Award. Among the other star players were Paul Hills, Bruce Robb, Mike Sirois, Mike Simeone, Randy Towne, Wayne Loosigian, and Tom O'I.eary. To our cheerleaders and student body go the utmost thanks for their unfailing support. ri ' f Xijajyff Football My wif' 118 r N, 62,5134 ya tw? , ,W-,,. , , , W h ' ,, ,, ' ?J'f,wL' f n Z, M4,, . A ., ff iff" ff , 1 4 10 H , " 5 Vi MZ 4 431, -f 1 I ,Lf frhyf 2 ' ff , Y, 1 - ,h., 'W f,f7, 4 ,af QQ, . 2 , f ' ,M lf 2 - Z f I .. ,Q ,f 1 V, L!-,ff My , , K., ,, ,A K, ff L .g ' 1' f, , .X 7, 12.4 L, f , ' Lay 44447 f J .V 4 f - " ' f4'f"" " '-'-, ffm +f5:1'2fZhi-'f"7f,'f'WJ.'3-jk'-rf' ?'fi.f f""f 1 ff 'wif 1' fx' -9 1 ' . :-, - ' ff-M" f "g-1, ,, ,. " fa' , Q , ,M .1 - ,' if W, f i ' ' 9 ,va V H A ' " ' ' " Cross Country Andover Andover Andover Andover Methuen ., And over Vocational Andover Chelmsford Andover Burlington Andover Billerica .... Andover Tewksbury N. Andover Dracut ...,,.. Wilmington First row: Bob O'Brien, Arthur Sadowski, Steve Marden, Edward Dewhurst. Second row: Edward Conlon, Joe Doherty, Alan Gorty, Gary Thomlinson, Harold Petzold, Gary Thomkins, Dan Earley. The Cross Country team under the direction of Coach Joseph Dorsey and manager Ed Conlon, en- joyed a successful season. The Warriors compiled an admirable record of seven wins against two losses. Outstanding performances came from co-captains Steve Marden and Arthur Sadowski, as well as seniors Ed Dewhurst and Bob O'Brien. 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'wig - .-'t " , sr 62' .2522 5' f-ff ,gf A sf a t 1 r' fa f' .f af' .M ', ' -Q .51 ".. vt., Q , .f ' -, ,, V I f 1 f,- H - at '. ff ' ' f ff Q. , ,r Y, . , is 't ' ll I6 a m , for valuable points. In cross country, two or more teams of any number of runners cover a race course between 2.5 and 3 miles long, through woods, fields, and open roads. The team with the lowest score wins. A runnerls only reward is sore legs, bursting lungs, and victory. The boys certainly deserve credit for their efforts. 'W i t ff-' . . -.f ' , 'fi - A el --'lilffiffs re' ' l ,rw was f JS . s V f .Q Coach Joe Dorsey Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover . ....,.. 4 Billerica ,,.,.,...... 1 ,.r.,. O Masconomet 5 2 Chelmsford 1 ., 3 Wfilmington 5 .. 7 Ipswich 1 ,, 6 Tewksbury 1 ,, ,, O Chelmsford 3 2 Burlington 0 ,, .,.,.. O Masconomet ..... . 4 , ..,,.. 3 Wilmington .,.... 1 6 Tewksbury 3 5 Ipswich O 3 Billerica 1 .. 3 Burlington 4 Hockey Back row: Coach Charles Vars, Robert Scott, Peter Hixon, Eric Anderson, Ken Musen, Craig Bliss, Mike Bruno, Don Anderson, Manager Bob Demers, Assistant Coach Adriarchis. Front row: Jay Gottsheld, Mark Hockmeyer, Doug Grange, Chris Mundy, Lee Russem, Ed Rawlings, Captain Jim Saunders, Jeff Morgan, Jim Ganley. The hockey team competed this year for the first time as a varsity sport. The enthusiasm shown by the boys has resulted in a wildly successful season. The Warriors com- pleted roster of nine wins, five losses, finishing second in the league standings, and qualified for both the league playoffs and the state hockey tournament. Coach Charles Vars expressed happy surprise at the "exceptionally good job" the players have done, and looks forward to a league title next year. Consistently sharp members were Captain jim Saunders at left wing, Lee Russem and Ken Musen on defense, and Robert Scott and Ed Rawlings in the goal. Star underclassmen were Chris Mundy, jim Ganley, Jeff Morgan, Doug Grange, Mark Hockmeyer, and jay Gottes- feld. In every way the hockey team has proved themselves a hard-working unit of which AHS can be proud. 121 Basketball Back row: Jeff Crossley, David Lynch, Peter Mullett, Lars Thurmond, Neil Davis. Second row: Don Patullo, Dick Muller, Peter Johnson, Bill Donahue, Bruce Alexander. Front row: Joe Hadam, Tim McQuade, Captain Bill Muller, Dick Morrissey, Bill Spencer. The basketball team had what Coach Wilbur Hixon best described as "a heart- breaking" season. The boys were fairly consistent, but just couldn't seem to win "the big ones." The squad lost three games in overtime and two games by a two point margin. Despite all this, the team still finished up with a winning record. The most outstanding player was Captain Billy Muller. Defensively Bill averaged between eleven and twenty-three rebounds a game, and played more total minutes than any other player. High scorer was Peter Johnson, who, although missing five games be- cause of injuries, still averaged twenty points a game, Other standouts were Dick Morrisey, Bill Spencer, Bill Donahue, Dicky Muller, David Lynch, Don Patullo, Peter Mullett, and Neil Davis, starting sophomore center. Much of the teamis strength will be returning next year, and continuing success is anticipated. To Coach I-Iixon and the team members go our thanks for their many exciting games. 122 Varsity Andover ...... 48 Billerica .,.... Andover ....., 69 Wilmington Andover ,..... 66 Dracut ........ Andover ,..... 49 Methuen ,...., Andover ,...,. 65 Tewksbury .. Andover ...... 55 Burlington ., Andover .,.... 62 Chelmsford .. Andover ....., 50 No. Andover Andover ..,... 49 Billerica ...... Andover ,..... 59 Wilmington Andover ....., 54 Dracut ...,.... Andover ...,.. 59 Methuen ...... Andover ...,.. 58 Tewksbury ,,.. Andover ...... 70 Burlington .. Andover ,.,... 54 Chelmsford .. Andover ...,,. 56 No. Andover Coach Wilbur Hixon Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Junior Varsity ,,.,,. 46 Billerica .. ...,,,. 49 Wilmington 47 Dracur ,. 31 Methuen 48 Tewksbury 44 Burlington .. , ..r.. 46 Chelmsford ., 35 N. Andover ., ....... 34 Billerica .,.., ,. 38 Wilmington 47 Dracut 48 Methuen 41 Tewksbury , ,,,,.,., . 42 Burlington w..,,,,,5,,.,f.4,.z V2 ,4 W fix 42 A 'f,,,,4, I ,I if -J P46545 f -,W Gymnastics Top row: Gary Briggs, Bob McKinnom, Mark Dennet, Tom D'Urso, Mark Collins. Third row, Tom McCleary, Gary Wright, Ken Issenberg, Scott Thomphson, Bill Cohen, Richard Seikunas. Sec- cmal row: John Spires, Dennis Tetrault, john Powers, Tim Hatch, Wes Shattuck, David Leong Neil Shartar, Paul Russell. Front row: Assistant Coach Mr. Lee, Doug McDonald, Ken Chlebowski Pete Wojtkun, Dick Hatch, Lew Tombore, Dick Roy, Head Coach Mr. Dorsey. I968 State Champs The Boys' Gymnastics team went undefeated in league competition this year. Coach joseph Dorsey said he was "happy at some points" with the squad's performances, and felt that the team had as much potential as his 1962 team, which he regards as his best. The Coach also stated that the boys were "more versatile than ever before," and he was able to switch them to "loose spotsn at random. Gymnastics is of course an individualist sport, and some of this year's prominent members include "Chip', Roy and Dick Hatch on the rings, Pete Wojtkun on side horse, Lewie Trumbore and Dick Hatch on parallel bars, and Ken Chlebowski on long horse vaulting. Two promising junior stars are David Leong and Richard Seikunas. 124 Co captain Dave Paulekas Winter Track Front row: joe Broderick, Kevin Burke, Steve Marden, Arthur Sadowski, Co-Captains Joe Doherty and Dave Paule- kas, Greg Markham, Randy Towne, Bob O'Brien, Ed Dew- hurst, Richard Lenier, Steve Bull. Second row: Harold Petzold, Ed McCarthy, jerry Clutier, Danny Earley, Chris Doherty, jim Gillan, Roger Jenkins, Randy Thomkins, Gary Thomlinson, Chester Bisbee, Jeff Cain, Doug Towne. Third Class C title. The Winter Track team went undefeated in League competition to capture the Merrimack Valley Conference championship. The biggest challenge came against Lawrence, when Joe Broderick, Van Debose, Dave Paulekas, and Joe Doherty combined to win the relay in record time C2:2l.0D and edge Lawrence by one point. In the State Meet, the Golden Warriors came within three points of beating Falmouth for the It was in this meet that Greg Markham set a new state indoor high jump of six feet, four and one-half inches. Team standouts were Randy Towne and Van Debose in the hurdles, Bruce Robb and Doug Thompson in the shot put, Greg Markham, Ed McCarthy, and Richard Le- nier in the high jump, Joe Broderick in the 50 yd. dash, Dave Paulekas GOOD, Joe Doherty and Kevin Burke C6007, Bob O'Brien and Ed Dewhurst C1,000D, Steve Marden, Arthur Sa- dowski, and Gary Thomlinson in the mile. Con- gratulations go to Head Coach Richard Collins and Assistant Coach Frank Kennedy as well as co-captains Dave Paulekas and joe Doherty for the development of this fine team. row: Bill Earley, John Fury, Bill Tarbox, David Towne, Larry Osborne, Doug Thompson, jeff Boshar, John Loosi- gian, Teddy Whitman. Fourth row: Assistant Coach Mr. Kennedy, Richard Lundgren, Clinton Forrest, Brian Fitz- patrick, Van Debose, William Shea, Darrel Britton, Head Coach Richard Collins. 5 Paulekas Co-captains joe Doherty and Dave Spring Track The Spring Track team is looking forward to a victorious season as defending Conference champs. The toughest competition will be pre- sented by Falmouth in the state meet. Our formidable squad will in- clude Robb and Thompson Cshot putb, Markham and-McCarthy Chigh jumpb, Peter Mullet Cjavelinj, Doherty and Burke Cbroad jump?- In the running events will be Towne and Debose C hurdlesD, Broderick and Gillan C100 yd. dashj, Paulekas CZZOD, Doherty C4-40D, Bisbee and Bull C88OD, Sadowski, Marden, Dewhurst, and Thomlinson C mile and two mileb. 127 Baseball Coach Polgreen Top row: Chris Mundy, Bruce Robb, Dick Morrissey, Ken Musen, Ken Chle- bowski. Second row: Richard Lundgren, Colin Sherry, Salvatore Vacarro, Joe Hadam, jim Gillan, Ed Clukey, Mike Simeone, Coach Polgreen. Front row: Pete Rawlings, Bob Hinman, Joe Loffredo, Randy Hanson, Dave McGrath, Manager. When most people think of spring they think of baseball. The An- dover High Baseball team, under the supervision of Coach Fred Pol- green and J. V. Coach William Vickers, has always enjoyed a large fol- lowing of both players and fans. The team appears very strong except for pitching depth, and looks forward to a winning season. Returning veteran stars include Captain Mike Simeone, Ed Clukey, Ken Chle- bowski, Joe Hadam, Chris Mundy, Jim Gillan, Sal Vacarro, Ken Musen, and Bruce Robb. Coach Polgreen hopes new members will give the regulars some tough competition for team positions and he will expect the same "spirit and hustlev that has become an Andover tradition. 128 Cheerleaders Senior memberx L-R: Jane O'Neil, Lyn Deyermond, Leslie Joy, Co-Captain Sandi Brouclc, Barbara Young, Co-Captain Nancy Dufton, Louise Hall, Janice Stewart. 129 Field Hockey First row: N. Parisi, C. Birch, A. Defrieras, P. Thompson, Ccaptainb, K. Cormier, M. Maesano, B. Bioren Ccoachb. Second row: A. McGol"f, B. Gower, M, Norris, M. Hanson, B. Ferrier, B. Hamilton, R. Stevens. Third row: L. Buchan, L. Holland, K. Burke, D. Gulezian, L. Holland, V. Cohen. Fourth row: D. Robinson, K. Moss, P, Hoholus, B. Robinson. The Girls' Varsity Field Hockey Team rose to the occasion this season under their new coach Miss Bioren. The offense was led by Nancy Parisi, Kate Cor- mier, and Captain Pat Thompson, coordinated with the defense led by Mary Norris, Meri Hanson, Mickey Maesano and Betty Ferrier to finish with a 1-5-3 season. The lead scorers for 'this year's team were Nancy Parisi and Captain Pat Thompson. The junior Varsity team hnished with a 3-2-2 season led by such players as Beth Gower, Deidre and Bridget Robinson, Debbie Carver, and Donna Gule- zian. Both teams wish to thank Miss Bioren for her efforts and confidence. 130 Coach Miss Bioren Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover - ff? " Varsity junior Varsity Billerica ...,.. Andover Billerica ...... Chelmsford Andover Chelmsford No. Andover Andover No. Andover Tewksbury .. Andover Tewksbury .. Wilmington Andover Wilmington Dracut ...,.... Andover Dracut ....... Methuen ...... Andover Methuen ..,.. 4, a fs 6 sf X OBXQOCJSC wg, X G 0 gag OO .N QC - ORG, Gb 50 XX 005257 Af moo- L-Do coll 9 NX O DOWN' XOOPS P0-S450 Dogs? Fin! row: J. Mizell, Co-Captains Heather Buchan and Diane Chalifour, Klaren Kirk. Second row: Coach Miss Bioren, S. Moody, P. Dauber, L. Buchan, D. Drazy, K. Nelson, D. Hayes, Assistant Coach L. Seikunas. Third row: B. Ober, P. McGrath, C. Maher, C. Shea, N. Simon, S. Kirk, C. Dengler. The Girls' Gymnastic team faced a year of new experience un- der the leadership of their new coach Miss Bioren. As always, the girls showed dedication and endless work to strive for perfection and completed the year very successfully. The co-captains were Diane Chalifour and Heather Buchan. Competitors on the trampoline were Pat Dauber, Linda Sagaser, Jan Mizell, and Lee Buchan, on uneven parallel bars: Karen Kirk, Denise Drazy, Karen Nelson, Co-Captain Heather Buchan and Linda Sagaser, floor exercise: Co-captains Diane Chalifour and Heather Buchan and Diane Hayes, balance beam: Co-captains Diane Chalifour and Heather Buchan, Diane Hayes, and Ann O'Reillyg vaulting: Karen Kirk, Linda Sagaser, Susanne Kirk, jan Mizell, and Co-captain Diane Chalifour. A great deal of credit and thanks should be given to Linda Seikunas for her assistance to Miss Bioren and the team. A warm thanks to Miss Bioren from all the girls and con- gratulations on such a successful season. 132 Andover ............ 82.05 Anodver ............ 91.2 Andover .,.......... 92.0 Andover ...,.,...... 80.8 Andover .......,.... 71.7 Andover ..........., 86.65 Andover ............ 95 , 1 5 State Me Wellesley .. Bridgewater Weymouth Wrentham Lexington .. Masconomet Braintree .. et-Andover ..... Db 68.30 76.5 84.15 69.3 47.35 56.05 62.1 65.7 v Co-Captain Heather Buchan Co-Captain Diane Chalifour B US U Basketball? fffaegf 9 if J 'B P Sf s Firrt row: B. Hamilton, B. Robinson, D. Robinson, Capt. K. Cormier, B. Beaven, M. Hanson. Second row: P. McKay, P. Thompson, N. Haggerty, N. Parisi. Third row: T. Puzio, S. Birch, H. Childs, B. Kyger, N. Vogel. Fourth row: C. Robinson, L. Brass, S. Dye, J. Purdue, B. Fisk. Fifth row: M. Rockwood, L. Raye, G. Blumberg, N. Pucci, C. Klempa. The Girls' Basketball team was not very successful this year but their effort and enthusiasm made up for it. The high scorer was Bridget Robinson, a newcomer to Andover High. The co- ordinated efforts of Captain Katie Cor- mier, Betsy Beaven, Bridget and Dierdre Robinson, Meri Hanson and Barbara Hamilton led them to a 2-O-5 record. This team certainly deserves a great deal of credit for their great efforts. The team wishes to thank their coach, Miss Tribou for her endless devotion and guidance. Coach Miss Tribou 134 Q? Softball , .. ...fx, 4 - - V in ,wt Q4 Q' X. as .sn-X H,-i , 2 .s.,,-I - . ac?" 'vi ' R - , -f "st, ' .gm - 1 'L -3- 1 I . - ff' xi A' """xI'F The 1967 softball team was quite successful ending with a 4-3 record. The team was composed of Captain Lisa Vogt, Gret Wit- man, Sally Hatch, Donna Pepin, Chris Urquhart, Susan Fisk, Brenda Clarkson, Sandy West, Katie Cormier, and Ruth MacDougall. The starring offensive players were Gret Witman and Lisa Vogt. Chris Urquhart and Ruth Mac- Us .. .. A Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Andover Dougall led the defense. Wilmington Methuen ,.,. Billerica .... Tewksbury Dracut .....,.. Chelsmford Lawrence .. The most exciting and extraordinary game was the Lawrence which ended with a score Andover 52, Lawrence Congratulations is due to all members of this team A warm thanks to Miss Tribou who led this team to such a successful season. 4 if Zur rv Z 'Q .. .A Yi 1 il 3' , '-Tw. w Fin! row: K. Burke, N. Vogel, C. 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Whatever field youire interested in, now or after college, Raytheon has a good job for you to come home to. The kinds of careers available are virtually unlimited and so are the opportunities when you put your talents to Work on the exciting programs at Raytheon. An Equal Opportunity Employer 4 1 W Q limemlf Of INDIAN RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB Congratulations and Best Wishes to The Class of 1968 from LIGGETT REXALL DRUGS SHAWSHEEN PLAZA ANDOVER 158 Compliments of SAM'S DELICATESSEN ANDOVER, MASS, FhB E1yA CI C 1 IF ANDOVER V1s1r INSTITUTE THE FURNITURE BARN, INC. OF jet. Routes 114, 125 and 133 NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. Your Ethan Allen Dealer I 2 M M2 fl 10' wfggj g2e1Q,11gj,Q2iL2 ,Q M51 Hi L 11 O 6? TI 1 ' Milf? 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DOHERTY-Class of '53 JOSEPH B. DOHERTY-Class of '27 WILLIAM A. DOHERTY-Class of '25 JOH P. S. DOHERTY-Class of '17 DOHERTY Insurance Agency, Inc. DOHERTY Realty Agency, Inc. 21 ELM STREET ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 144 BEST WISHES from WATTS REGULATOR COMPANY Wor1d's Leading Manufacturer of Automatic Temperature and Pressure Safety Devices Best Wishes Compliments to The Class of 1968 LANE FUNERAL HOME BARNARD 68 PARK ST. INSURANCE AGENCY, INC ANDOVER, MASS. 36 Main Street Andover, Mass. 145 CLARK MOTOR CO., INC. 273 So. Union Street LAWRENCE, MASS. 01843 C omplimevm of 4.1 RICKEY'S VARIE1'Y Ami01fer'J Biggeff Little Store 5 3 ESSEX STREET-AN DOVER 47 5 -3 0 12 E. H. PORTER CONSTRUCTION CO GENERAL CONTRACTORS 13 WALLIS STREET PEABODY, MASS. 01960 Tel. 531-0580 - 531-0581 146 convenient offices O Andover fcfffvfyzj 'dba n W f Q 1 KM gWj06BZU0AfMjfW16 W ' 1, if JL n n QW! fbji Q6y EX ,Mil Of ' ' fl! All M0 andover, mass. V 16 PARK STREET 5 y W y uri ave-mor SUPERMARKETS 147 TRIPOLI BAKERY, INC 104 Common Street Lawrence, Massachusetts Makers of Italian Bread Sub Rolls Hard Crust Rolls American Rolls Full line of pastries and pizza Best of luck HUGHES PHARMACY 16 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 47 5 -0107 148 Alan L. Hughes Reg. Pharmacist "Punchard High" Class of 1953 CONGRATULATIONS Class of 1968 There is a bank in your future! Be sure-BANK BAY STATE For- ' Education Loans 0 Savings Accounts 9 Checking Accounts ANDOVER OFFICE 84 MAIN STREET CWalk-Up Window Opens 7: 50 A.M.D 149 H FREDERICK W. BRADLEY Realtor 6 RAILROAD ST. ANDOVER, MASS. 01810 Fred Bradley 8c Associates Realtors Tel. 475-4400 Compliments woonwoml-I morons of Cadillac 8: Chevrolet Sales 81 Service SHAWSHEEN SQUARE DOYLE LUMBER CO., INC 63 CHANDLER ROAD ANDOVER, MASS. 01810 O O O I I ' Q S 4' o o o o o o o cg . I C20 GQ E s Qogf ergo s GQ If ogg Q 6666 Q o o CLEANSERS INC. sex ST ANoovER,MAss and ANNEX 7 BARTLET STREET 150 WEINER'S, INC. A. LEE CQ. 1 Famom For Fine Fury CHEMICALS 276 ESSEX STREET TH A DOVER LAWRENCE, MASS. 01840 SUTTON ST' NOR N 2 f Sutton ' TRAVEL SERVICE INC cu ' 2: lllult , ' VJCJJJV 21 LAWRENCE sr., LAWRENCE MAss. PHONE ess-9521 . BosToN 227 seas ', w. El Complimentf of ANDOVER COUNTRY CLUB CANTERBURY STREET ANDOVER HEATING CORPORATION 5 LUPINE ROAD, ANDOVER 475-0365 GUY B. HOWE, JR. 151 EE' .f",i1' 12" .5533 4:j'ffE1 .gil -:3'f1E' 112.7 ,:2'.E: ,fji ji" -55.11 ff' 1 I Q X 195 NO. MAIN ST. ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS C ompliments of C omplimentx of DALRYMPLE OIL CO., INC WILMINGTON FORD SALES -Aircondming -Fuel Oils First in Service and Sales ,Heating Systems -Frigidaire Appliances 244 Broadway Lawrence, Mass. CHARLES C. TOWNE 8g SONS INC. Motor Freight Transportation-State of Massachusetts Main 015766 Boston 70 State St., Lawrence Springfield 227-6620 685-5651 Oilice 227-6840 686-0251 781-3880 152 COLOMBO 8. SONS CREAMERY ASSOC. INC. 51 ARGILLA ROAD ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS X 1 Y 0 ff, L....,. Our Best Wishes for 4 'fwf- i A Successful Future S L To The Graduates of '68 C R E Q rn S C2 9 S T3 Kenneth P. Thompson Co., Inc. xXXNg,---3 Your School Supply Dealer ANDOVER, MASS' C o mpliments 01' GRECOE JEWELERS INC. 155 NASSAR FORD 320 South Broadway LAWRENCE, MASS. Bus. Phone 686-6134 RENT-A-FORD HEADQUARTERS The new, modern Eagle-Tribune build- ing, now under construction on Route 114, near the junction of Route 153, is scheduled for completion in late 1968. In addition to producing clearer, sharper printed matter, the new offset press is capable of brilliant full-color reproduction. After our new plant is open, you are invited to come and see it in operation. 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BRADLEY INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. All Forms of Insurance 6 RAILROAD STREET ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 475-4400 158 Who .ro neglect! learning in hix youth, Zoxef the pmt und if dead for the future. EURIPIDES INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Pepsi tast beats the of others cold! THE FEARLESS FIVE I ,iv A t'I'I f f .,I, ' .2 I f -' ' Q, JM ,,f- , X, A ,V is +31 ,,'-- ' :A T 5 ttett f 2 . ' I ' j d 5 1 ' j ' , 1 I' t I ,,,U,g,::',jv. 4 H A V, t 'V -IIK1 mf !k,., an 4 ,ff 1, . 5 ,r,, - , -f , VLV, I ' .xy-z, - T . 1' - ' 2 --,, ' -, Z4 -Q . ' 'I ILII tet, V I i I' Ii ' W Q ' -. X ' IIII ' Z' -Tu,I L A THE FIVE D If we W' I A If A ' it ' - 'f f I 1 . 3: QL 35,12 'xl' In I3 I ' K' :I V , 43 'F ' uuyv fgg,-1 f 'H X if V : E Z Ji f if-,Mi I -3 t,tt 1 1 I C ongrutulutionf to THE CLASS OF '68 from THE AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 159 WILLIAM'S FINE JEWELRY OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS CROSS COAL COMPANY HOUSE OF CLEAN INC. TOWN PRINTING COMPANY TOTAL FABRIC CARE 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING 77 Main And ,.,,I.. SERVICE 475-1564 C ompleze Printing S erifice 26 ESSEX STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Tel. 475-0626 C omplimentt of PLAZA BARBER SHOP b ' Shawsheen Plaza 5 MAIN STREET Andover ANDOVER We alto out ladiet' Izmir Tel. 475-4821 It 1 a fi 33 I -A Ihr Hillage iIIlnmPr Svhup 93 Main Street Andover, Mass. AMERICAN POWER DEVICES, INC. 7 Andover Street Andover, Massachusetts 160 222 VOLKSWAGEN Authorized Dealer Ben Wiibej HARRISON-PARK, coRP. To THE CLASS OF 1968 LOWELL ST. CORNER FRANKLIN LAWRENCE, MASS. From TEL.: 686-9743 HARTIGAN'S PHARMACY, INC MORRISSEY TAXI Two-Way Radios - Instant Service Telephone 475-3000 32 PARK STREET ANDOVER WALKUP'S GARAGE FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CAR REPAIRS 17 RAILROAD STREET ANDOVER, MASS. BERNARDIN INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENCY, INC. AGENCY, INC. 475-3414 475-3415 15 CENTRAL STREET ANDOVER ANDOVER PLUMBING 8. HEATING CO. 211 NO. MAIN STREET Tel. GR 5-5121 ANDOVER, MASS. The Pied Piper! of Andover C omplimentr of TAYLOR SHOP CHARLES STUDIO Lawrence, Mass. Now on Main Street 79 NO' Main St' I in Andover, Mass. Andover 161 REINHOLD'S MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 13 MAIN ST. ANDOVER, MASS. TEL. 475-0078 JACKSON LUMBER CO., INC. 245 MARKET STREET LAWRENCE Tel. 686-4141 Sam 8: Ann Russo Best of Luck to the DANIELS INC. CLASS OF 1963 155-161 Essex Street Lawrence TAYLOR BUICK Co., INC. Your Best One-Stop Resource for the Unusual Shoes, Dresses, Sportswear Ladies Shoes to size 12 Home of Clarkes of England Desert Boots, Spaulding lofers, Nina Shoes 599 S. Union St. Lawrence, Massachusetts Ben Wishes to the Clam' of 1968 ANDOVER SPA HPETESH F. W. WQOLWORTH CO. SHAWSHEEN PLAZA 9 ELM STREET ANDOVER ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of ANDOVER ADJUSTMENT BUREAU DOUGLAS N. 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