Anna Maria College - Pax Yearbook (Paxton, MA)

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POST-PAX STAFF Editor-in-chief and Layout Editor: 52111116 Marcil Business Manager: iehelle Brodeur Literary Editor: Laura Maziarz Photography and Art Editor: Karen Dogil ANNA MARIA COLLEGE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY EIGHT AX J 4, l Q me qv, o OI -v 7 ""0mAr. 9' 9 6 . ' QQ x f I 7 Q Q px ' ga g ,, E11 . H Q 2 4 I P. S rf ,I P ff ? . W i 1 . 1 1 W W w I 2 0 1 1 D Q 1 5 1 5 I 5 mo nof incfucle in your recgoning .S,unri.4e.6. We are not meanf Kar mmm L, cJag5 you, J, jim fime. LW., . 1 1 1 ' f K Y-mx.. ,5 -vw--,'.A - S. x ' " ,-: :if--Q .AF ' v.,,'r1 1 Lv: . .f. jqi..'.-,gf - -.W ...J J's-.'f,.'l'- '- 4 Qpwt, N-, 1..- ik T 1- .K F 2g:+s.,,.Q sk. ,X M Jiffili 'Ri ' ' gg,-Q we ' -5 W 2 r "-Egffqf a . .Q 1.-wmn. . . 4 'iw' I Q 1 ,. E +1 1-,swf 3 M... M. 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Assistant Lilmu'iai1 REVEHENIJ Roczisn E. Riaciixig Ciiapiziin SISTER MARY LAURENCE OF IESUS, S.S.A Librarian MRS. JOAN C. BURKE Executive Secretary of Alumnae Association SL. MR. ROBERT LEMIEUX Director of Development SISTER ANITA POUDRIER, S.S.A. Coordinator of Financial Aid MISS CATHERINE T. CHRISTMAS Director of Public Relations 'I5 X FACULTY MR. DAVID T. CJREEN Chainmm, Art Dc+pa1'tme11t MRS. MALAMA PROVIDAKAS Music SISTER NIARY NIADELEINE OF THE SAVIOR, S.S.A. Chainnan, Music DG1Dil1'tlll6Ilt MR. RALPH PARENTE Art M ISS NIAUREEN PJGAN Music MRS. FRANCES TRAVERS Music MR. EDWARD DURBECK Music SISTER IXIARY COLONIBAN, S.S.A. Chai1'IIIzuI of Modern Languages Department SISTER YVETTE BEFORD, S.S.A. Music fy! 'I7 MRS. ALDONA VENCLAUSKAS Modern Languages SISTER MARY BERNADETTE SISTER BIARY 'VOSEPH ALFRED, S.S.A. of FRANCE, S.S.A. Greek and Spdnish Latin SISTER French I8 MARY LUCILLA, S.S.A. MR. RAINIIRO RALIIREZ Spanish French SISTER NIARY ALBERT, SM. i ttf' SISTER MARY DORILDA, S.S.A. Chairman of Education Depart- ment SISTER BIARGARET SNIITII, S.S.A. Education NIRS. DOREEN GRIFFIN Education 'I9 Miss CATHERINE SOMERS Supervisor oi Practice Teaching M1-is. CLAIRE DoYLE Supervisor oi Practice MRS. NIARY PLUNKETT Coordinator of Practice Teaching SISTEH Louisis SOLDANI, English Teaching 5 --.....,,,,., 20 SISTER NIARY JOHN OF CEARNIEL, S.S.A. Chairman of English Department MRS. NIARIE-THERESE DALY English MRS. MARGARET COSTELLO Supervisor ot Practice Teaching 21 I 3 I MB. VVILLIANI CANNON MH. RICHARD SULLIVAN English MR. FREDERICK RUSHTON English English ,W .,.., ,VVVV A-,,,,N WJ 22 SISTER NIARY ROSE ISABEL, S.S.A. Chairman of History Department SISTER ANITA PoUD111Eu, S.S.A. History .gl Sf. ME. PAUL NIALKASIAN History ,do- IF' -J.. SISTEH THEHESE IDION, C3hi1i1'lN21lI of Sociology Department NIH. PAUL HAND Sociology SISTER NI.xnY AL1c:1A, xI2lthGIllL1tiCS 24 M,r,,,,,,,,A,, NIH. ClERALD Powmxs Sociology if "", an, 5' q M 2 ,Q 'Q Mus. RANIINTA Moms Rl21fhGITliltiCS Department ChL1il'IH21l1 MR. JOHN KAN15 Mathematics Q ,ir f-,, ,, H ,4 , ,f , VA NN M ,V K , , 3 NIR. JOSEPH Nlolacst-xN Mathematics "'W'W'0"'fWw Mu. GEORGE CLRIFIHN Mathematics 'ff NIR. ROBERT PANO Chemistry 25 W A 'wi 'inn-+ S1s'1'ER NIARY ANNE PAULINE, Chemistry Miss ANN NIARIE NICNIOHRONV Biology E if ,, , 9 26 NIR. RAY BRACKEEN Biology DR. EDWARD COLE Biology i DR. STUART BLOCK Chemistry MISS PHYLLIS NIORRIS Theology 7 I 5 V I 2 I if nz AMERISI O U , ,. -,f M wmmf. U. I ,Anti m 4 35.1 SISTER IRENE lx1AR1E, S.S.A. Chairman oi Chemistry Depart- ment SISTER NIARY ROSE BEBNADETTE, S.S.A. Cl1iIl1'1l12I11 of Biology Department MR. BIICHAEL BURKE Biology MR. RICHARD CONNORS Theology REVEREND .IOHN NIELANI- PABAINIPLIL Theology I m m J.mmAmm.Mr fh- MR. DONALD THA UB Philosophy REVEREND Roman RACINE Chairman of Philosophy-Thermlogy Depmtment SISTER LORRAINE NIAHIE, S.S.A. Philosophy 28 NIR. RONALD CLOUTIER Philosophy MRS. KATHERINE BOUDREAU Secretary to the President SISTER MARY DONALDA of the SACRED HEART, S.S.A Book Store MRS. JAYNE WITT Secretary to the Dean 29 F ELICE BOURGERY B. S., Medical Technology JOAN WYNNE A. B., Sociology LOUISE GRENAQIIIE A. B., Mathematics Lols FUUHACRE A. B., Sociology JANE PAHADIS A. B., English 32 PATRICIA SAWYEH A. B., Education IANET SULLIVAN A. B., English iifgii ibs lr, KM AA A J, A A A V. VA., ,Tb , LAURA MAZIARZ A AA wf ,..-AAA4g..M,1NAA A if-sf A. B., English x , A lf... H K mm , yn kr ag ,gf fm. L fa if W A.,x ,nf T, gf' A ,Aw M A, A. A.fw4 XmMA N M ,A m -A r-ff' A Ami' V". V'Lr F A M W, JL gf W in Aswgw A "',QZ!'b A jj 1 A A , ,Ak AAW E K K' 'kky N"" In - A fx F . . 4, , wg? ,V 'F li if 'M ---. Jr NW .ff A - ..-is ..-J .J ,,"'Q..f"' 'Minn ,Q M, vw ,,f':"L,.4-'M 'HAY' WX fi" .Www 33 . , Arif :- - " 2 1 an-A334 if .LA efi ' vk 13, iz 2 1337" Y oo A vm Ai? :f ef ',-. 1 MA ,. fig s-L .Q 1. gs ,,k,- ' let' Z 23.1 if A e 1- A mf? -ki. f a : 3 ' gil .Q Q 5 ' 'f HAIL' ,1f.w-A ..,, .. F S ,M-,impwgf ,, .,.. M .,,.. gg if Q -ajf ': Lx- sw.,-1, :.. Em, -si vzrggji. Q A Q X 5545? X y 'H Q wifi F V Asia? N Szasaz.-1, wwf! 'i 2114223 ilfi K ,W 2 Q Alf I , .5 M mf? Q-A . .,3. .. M .525 .w Qs, My MALVREEN HANDLIN A. B., Sociology ANICE FLANAGAN A. B., Sociology PATH1c:1A PACE B. S., Medical Technology CHRISTINE CZAAIKOXVSKI A. B., Mathematics IOAN STRANIERI A. B., Biology CAROLYN LANGEVIN A. B., French IEANNE BAVOSI A. B., Sociology MARY ANN CAIIILL A. B., Education PAULINE DNVYEIK A. B., Education VIRGINIA LOLLI IONES A. B., Sociology MARY DEGNAN A. B., Sociology SUSAN GOLDEN A. B., Education YOLE MOROCCO A. B., Biology KATHLEEN KENNEDY A. B., Education JANE WILSON A. B., English PAULA GHIZ A.B., Art NANCY VVEGINIONT AB., History CARQL KHOPP A.B., Education .9-po X . M 5 u W9 ,, . Per, -P .Q 'fat' " 'Ftp Q. -' ,L 4 Q' A .1 'L vw' . . l 4, qu. V, JOYCE Llaxllmc AB., Sociology MAHCLAMZT DUN LAN A.B., Education 43 CAROL VVISNIEXVSKI B.S., Medical Technology MARY NAVAROLI A.B., Chemistry SUSAN BURKO A.B., Education ELAINE SAN SOUCIE A.B., Biology LL'CIll,l,lC COIRNIIICR AB., Plzilosoplzy JOANN Num' A.B., Hisfory IUDITH SULLIVAN A.B., English ELLEN DION A.B., Education ,r....-.W . A. , ,.-....W..,., Y I,.:...:,,.n,b- .. .. E 'li ,, va six .x. iv 'X-'P' wi, -"' Z if WWF? '11:Z?W22'S'i.i5 ' ' "Eff j"'9f':u,?f,,3 f, ,V , ,,..,, , . DIANE CLERIENT A.B., Art Rosmmm' VVESOLOXVSKI A.B., Education IEANNE MARCYIL A.B., English ELLEN MCMANUS A.B., History NIAHTIIA BEHCIN AB., Sociology SHEILA FLYNN A.B., Chffmistry SUSAN COTE B.M., Music BRENDA BUHNHAM A.B., Education ANITA GUERRIERI B.M., Music KAREN DOGIL A.B., Art LINDA Fcmc3H1EL1,1 A.B., Biology MARY JANE HORTON AB., Art I I I I I I M,xm'Sx11TH A.B., Education j,xxr:'1' I'IAI,L'I'OXX'SKI AB., Eclucation M I we 4 54 5 F' k '-' f "lc, f rf "5.f 2i 1fLs,Lsm:5' " MAUREEN FLYNN A.B., Mathematics DONNA DEFEUDIS A.B., Chemistry 55 ,.-pf ea e A g ig 4' Y IEANETTE TURCOTTE B. S., Medical Technology CHRISTINE OATES A.B., Modern Languages Ntllilil Ncuczl Mcfzlicul TUCIIHOZUQU MICIl1l'1L1,l'I Bnomlun AB., French ,gi 57 A.B., Sociology ANNE MOHIN A.B., Biology 58 SUSAN IDONOIIUE BE,-v1'1a1c:E SAvAmas1f: A.B., Education ANDREA SINIONEAU A.B., Sociology 'Wx I' Tri nf' il' ve' CLAUDIA CRONVLEY A.B., Sociology NIARY LOU NIATTINIORE B.S., Medical Technology Lols Axmznsox AB., Biology GERALDINE M. SMITH A.B., English gsiwgwr fi 5 M5411 4. frm 'W' 11, 'Af' , h E V I-, ff- ,,.,.. , ' ,- . ' -fb.3e':'4z . O .- PAULA SCHER AB., Soczology LETICIA LUNETTA A.B., Education 62 DENISE Ozui AB., Biology DAWN NIYEHS Kmwll-LL A.B., Art 95 B3 . wndle? vi -al , U . I X NV Ni! Y? , , ,A .S , , ,Aw ,A fu ' , -' use K . MQ. ,XV IOAXNEIYYWWEN B.S., Medical Technology IAxrl LWZXXSkl BS., Medical Technology 64 NOREEN NICCARTHY A.B., French NIARGARET LUBOLD AB., Sociology MARY PRIMEAU A.B., Chemistry LUCILLE OUELLETTE B.S., Medical Technology 'QM DENA ZUNDA AB., Music SANDRA LORENTZEN A.B., Mathmnatics S-:SWS JANET NAVAROLI A.B., Education CAROL COHEN A.B., Mathematics CAROL COTTONE JOLICOEUR A.B., Sociology MARY DOYLE A.B., Mathematics -.W Af ,y ,.Q,M.:f+-.1 1 .5 Au. -ax k -iT,.:t-V'-My A A ,A .M ,E Y ' ' Qi sz -5 - ' ii???5Kf1'TY1',:. sy!.Lgfsii.Q F? 1:- ,-f,:fm,.L ,f - -, -- frys, ..-1. g ,Aa My ...Mx MARY AsHEY A B Modm 11 Languages MARION OLAH B .S ., Medical Technology ,IILL GARDELLA A.B ., Art MARGARET SULLIVAN A.B., Sociology 1,2 L.oRRA1NE BRADY AB., Matlzcmfztics 72 IRENE BLAIS B.M., Music NWN -f 3' DIANE LA111v1E1us A'A , A.B., Biology I Hrzw L M W wwf IOYCE DAPPFR A.B., Music fin 'v 1 L F MRS. SUSAN DONOHUE AB., English SUSAN MCCLUTCHY A.B., Education if MAP.c:UE1x1TE ST. JEAN A.B., French C-ERALDINE SMITH A.B . Education Q Q I LINDA BUFFONE A.B., Sociology LUCILLE BOUDREAU A.B., M oclern Languages KATHLEEN O7SHEA A.B., Education KAREN GEORGE A.B ., Art Wales 514.4 Jn aff PQIIJBJ. of mal foucAez1, 'IfUl.af 5een, 78 , rf ky .f 1 ,cd :K f 4. WS' mai faLen, jyw 'few I zwiwi Mal Ah .44 A N- E' L '-I A , f ...H r Patricia Cosgrove Honorary Class President Freshmen Win Snow Sculpture FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR And again the winners Dinner Dance i Jill Cardella and Diane Clement receive the trophy from lane Horton 86 Class Day I,ettern1en slqjpcnfers NVintc1' XVeckc11d Cotillion court A ,,,,.,,M.ffw,M.H.M...n..- I ,,.,,WA.,, FGUNURESS HAkl W Sisrer Irene Marieis JFK Day adcress Illilllgllllli Address as JUNIOR YEAR C otillion I Marilyn Sobolewski receives her charter from Lorraine Brady Snow Sculpture junior Weekend 'Q my gk. ff M 91 gf, 3 4 9. SAINT ADAPOSA HALL I SENIOR YEAR Kathy O'Shea and lane Paradis organize Variety Show Jane Horton presides Snow Sculpture 93 Winter Weekend LUCILLE CORMIER IEANNE MARCIL MICHELLE BRODEUR NANCY WEGIMONT LAURA MAZIARZ LYNNE BUTCHER Photography and Art Edztm KAREN DOGIL 95 WHO'S WHO Iane Wilson 96 Ianet Sullivan Mm l fm 1 Jane Horton Lucille Cormier Janice Flanagan jill Gardella Lorraine Brady Diane Clement Judith Sullivan COUNCIL 98 Cultural Committee CLUBS gki Club Spanish Club Social Committee Education Club 99 Lambda Iota Tau Literature Club Drama Club Delta Psi Omega The Word Veritas woo French Club Women's Recreation Association Math Club Paxtonnettes 101 THE LIGHTE R SIDE Brick Steamer in Sight! Any resemblance? 'I02 Metaphysically speaking Ladies Choice My mother would be so proud of me! Is my date in there? Hit, is. .J So what if it isn't mistletoe! Welcome to Dorm Life 104 ,,.f' ,,,f W... 105 ,ff- What ofthe future 106 eafre em fiea P 7 .X4 new cAoru5 30405 tA0 .itage w"'u BEAU SOIR When in the setting sun Every streamlet is gleaming, When a tremulous glow spreads o'er the fields of grain A behest to be glad, that seems from all things streaming Doth arise to my heart in pain. A behest to explore the utmost joy of being In this day of my youth, the while the efvening's fair, For we shall all depart, As goes yon water fleeing: That to the sea, But we-ah, where? Paul Bourget translated by Henry G. Chapman THE WORD THE SHALLOW WATER Empty And alone So alone, you wish you weren t Anymore. The warmth, the rest are everywhere And they are there too But they don't care that The water is quiet and pale So, I turn-to the current Away from the shore And stroke with the cold deep stream Because I am a swimmer L Cormier 68 TRINKETS . . . You may think you can pick me up and drop me to the ground like a child tired of his toys . . . but youall find it's not that way, not that way at all . . . once you have shattered my jewels and torn my dress of dreams you'll see . . . a plaything I'm not. The river is the journey of life and the rocks within are people worn smooth by experience .... A mellow wafer hung in black obscurity and I could hardly believe that I sitting on an orange crate in a dusty alley could be viewing the same wonder as a businessman in his suite in the cen- tral park apartments . . . while doors slammed, babies cried, shades flew up and garbage cans rattled. I sat serenely drinking the moonlight. M. H andlin, ,68 Health obsessed people Do thirty push-ups nightly, Smoke two packs daily. J. Paradis, '63 It seems unfortunate that when a sunset fades its spirit cannot linger on Insert punch-card lives, past Change' Umniscient robot matches- M- J- Habef'-9U'0h, '67 Sacrament of love? J. Sullivan, '63 Could there but be a way of knowing What man might walk upon my dust someday, It would be easier then to death To give myself away. And could I but know, how in due time, A child upon my stone might climb I do not think that I would fear The eternal years of lying here. 'Tis not the coldness, nor the silence of the grave, But only from aloneness that Could I would myself to save. Living is but knowledge of another, well or slight, The nearness of a fellow man in darkness as in light. So could I would my bones would rest Below a city street, or perhaps within a lane Where lovers often meet. But always and forever 'neath the paths of human feet. L. M. Butcher, '69 ALFIE AND THE EXISTENTIALISTS Sound like a musical group? Yes. The song that Alfie and the Existentialists sing runs along these lines: There once was a musician who only knew one note, and the poor musician could not recognize the symphony. Poor, poor musician. This is our symphony. Each note is every happening that has come our way. Anna Maria has given us the pattern, the knowledge of the use of our notes over and over again in chords, in arpeggios, in minor keys or major keys, this enables us to enjoy our participation in the entire symphony. What we have learned is to see things in the universal pattern of history. Our studies are but a repetition of so many others, our thoughts have been thought before, and our loves and hates are but recurring themes. Of course, since we are individuals in a unique time and place, our notes vary in their arrangement. We may be a part of a chord or a trill, or be a sharp or a flat. Nevertheless, we each are but one note of a symphony. This is a very valuable thing to know, now, whenever we encounter a new note Qliterally, a person, thought, or actionj, we donit enjoy it just for its singular sound, but we enjoy it in its composition. We donit simply hate our one war, we regard it as an often repeated happening, sometimes good, sometimes bad, and very diflicult to judge. We can estimate what will happen, because weive heard the passage many times before. We have been taught the symphony, we have been minutely aware of each "new" passage. Our consciousness has been created. We are aware of everything, of precedents and their implications. Because we spend one-third of our lives sleeping, we believe it is a good idea to be at least fairly conscious dur- ing the other two-thirds. This is the worth of an education-to make us more real, to let us touch each event and thought because of our newly learned aware- ness of them in their universal places. But, to return to Alfie and the Existentialists . . . Alfie has chosen the "there is no meaning to my actionsv theme and, thus, drifts aimlessly. We must agree that he has the right to decide that "no value" is the best value. But we are unique, singular, free, not part of the disorganized crowd. Yes, we may choose our own note, but-too bad for Alfie-we are born to play in the symphony. Our note, once chosen, has to be played in context. The existentialist may be intro- ducing a fairly novel passage, but it is, after all, only a passage. Hopefully, Alfie rebels only against the given key of his note, not against the fact that his note must be played. Alfie questions: "What,s it all about? Why this symphonyfw Some answer "F or Godf' some "For manf' It is the same choice, and the symphony will be played despite Alfie. If he wishes to be a part of the lasting whole rather than a random note, he must take up his instrument and learn not only his part, but its relation to the entire symphony. We have but one life here. Let us touch each thought greedily, Each thing, each action, And take it forcefully Into ourselves. To grasp and to cherish, For once passed over lt comes no more. Should all pass us untouched, unnoticed We are left-with twilight-emptiness. IFR f,-.357 . J kflftzgs ,WQJ I 7 213. fi - fi 1 pf? by-iz 4' l,u4,!1,fws,vf f' nfl' C5215 j"' x.gl1.."f fy M3514 e '99, xr??:1,'f fegiigj e,, ' ' ,,f- J.-lg l 4 V ' fffyjila' l.'i"f' ' MW! Jill lv I f" 1 U WI lf ll film it ., tis. ef ,f N 1552? 4 M ' ,iff ,fy AW 5,7 tfffff l , fi ' 7,2595 I z , f I W llyjfzpff o f 1 IWC Wir? -- . ff f ff ff If M ,ffl MW 1 ff -.-QVIW WWW : f t, f ' 512,471 , , :, 7 2-wf,,tif .14 ' ff ' 'Q Mzfi 'img 'M gr Q lfww,-1 f fi , f wg If SV it 'wwf' 4,4 'M A he -7331 'Vi f yfi463'C'j112f"'?' U' '-'-F4 ',,-"W--a., f ' Af Vllfvifff I for 1 AfffMpf 2 'f:,'x'f5ff'ff, "f??:fa7'7' fe t I'-1,3357 W fflxjff ,ffl-' ,-5.,.,Zf4','f.443f!fC, I yi, 'eifdf WM? cf' he ln ., 1 1 V 5 , FU' 2 ,I ffffwhff gm nw pgffpa f Wi ,fy I lf' V ' H V Jvfffff X W. Ju X '11, 7 65-FW , ,.'.,, Q ff 'K' X f 1 Y TDCTEEN YEARS ago 293 acres of ew England countryside in Paxton int up for sale. The land had a 1501 ar-old homestead and some farm by the Sisters of St. Anne, a French-Ca- nadian order with an academy in Marl- boro. Today the property is worth 54.6 mil- nected to the new vaiirf Hall by tunnels, pci-mi! get to meals comtortah ter. ildings. .nn q The Madonna Hall ad Ulnn nf-.nbuan urge nur,-lwncprl ffm i.:X11'-55610-..-.E-Lu.-LdA'KldA:"A"nn "' """""'L' ATT' m""'l"' FAI' possible for Jgcf-I ' A . , - . ': , ' modate 300 resident."-all ' AA I an enrollment of sl nna are a o e e' Ann ' '- . viiiiigt g I a'l40ri3 . . Uf s Dlans New Bu1 dmgs By ,fs Talk ms for construction of a,and total enrol Jus center and two addi- 700. to a dormitory have beenl New ceiling for enrollment between Madonna. and lment to about smaller diamond into the larger one It Uflmr voli unced by Anna Maria Col- including the addific' Halls. ,init Paxton. l00.gdav "" ' Facilities inad pal cost of the bUl1Ql.l32.p,..... ..a. 1 Facilities will fa Spf " t is estimat' t aped dining room a nev' ' - , 'able to serve 40 1 hen spaceg snac Maria y Festl a 0 wwe: three .meef 5 and MAUREEN E. FL d ay . Swfaxlbe Sec-iculty -oiflces flafgely whose engagement to . fl 'NN e 6119? fgorm al' '- recelvmg Jlk of thel F. Bronzo Jr. is annou Wo H ge in P82203 Mayan finger Tuesdat, tunnel? tiauiiiligr ilgtrhaii gel' mother' Mrs' E . 6 0 ' ' ': l f 8 W'll b' Maria C013 in the . kat relafxi, s on the edgeiwith Trinity e Worcest Mymgo .1 of mo Anna wat pri ,vax uc 4 - I 1 l d f d ' r. ronzo is t e son taken gesti X col- watershed for Pine Hillian oun ress time the rr and Mrs. Anthony F- WS N'-115lc Ong loca ir which services Wor-fer. The r - in , i, Cefs contest 2 a Mafia a '53 ve Nm. - ng t0vo wings' will eachibelthe central h E legfie vict0YY Est musiciiguringmriese high. Each floorl .The build: lmarily to ' Y an, some 65 ,dy are grad fa fact which iols. Howevezil of 210 Ingleside Ave. ter of the late Doi Flynn, Miss Flynn was ted f om N tre D me .ks choice Ol Yea sclioorege stwquipped with laundrylsigned by I 0 .L icialsl, thanks ly aid attgnded it 1 alappeaf it 5- The ?1qohnBr0WYlf'g facilities. . ltect, kof 'U Black GRIFF ffered by the cf' 'ff1gDigta1NSch0O1 of 1- M the testlil pianist mere Fri- -..- MMM- M' ""' " " PAXT 'ke My, 'N nts may work t -ilugor atAnn1 dems enosepu pefgorm Gfjffyn .ON X Aufhor grees in a nr B ravi H911 Wg, who wx 55 soid 1000 I E tflfegf piljlautlyol, O John H .g education an Qfro SN l - Studen to 50 S lifes 1 d ,f 'jg Owa :helor of music my f nl . 3 , K, ES I I'd , I 1- day Man xvaxen S0 tfa l Cfjb ack . hi t , 1 3 . Q I Anna' Kem, equ I 1111, djs vejmg e his Llke .uca ion, or a 13 L hd M lserxes W3 sts. I Schoox D11 4 at 7.8Z11Sedg t17,.0u '3dve,Li1cal'technolo ' 12116, 30938 Ps - . le tick- h High night he enlfwilmner 10 Z e Dohefty Soul lil h Brol - ' n, wa studens t Wm" Hay .30 asa N 811 , M z 011 fer ' R211 .. 1 i 17 inna i aria is el: gal S M1 D Grjfgfinnapllz' .111 Fjgfv Feheiy State offer' 1Ig5Ssgf2?n6ng3ee21 190144 eVi1 I '73 C undre rovide las gf USS 'EY fffz no .Visio here is a A . W l R- 0116 SS ' p .' S1 C fJ0' M11 1 911 G Ufa All 615- d, U l, W Studen Wk!-115 lm 1, Wes ge- truction in it .,12e,g and Ord 12 Qu ot ljlcxiegf?-trnv Ulrxvaxew fe a 07,116 anim. :Anil-nEua1:..,r! V 013 0 , Q 0 6 C. ' Iida eport and o 7317, i go: llSS Judtth Sllllwan, herb., Smeg srudeH,g1D?,S,,Annq Mana V and ,fjgzug . ls open mi- gfad I elf fv th S ' ' 'gb .sv Hated : lmes Noone Are Engng mb. emgrg Aid '7'1aMaiilS0Ja,f:o,n my I N 4 l C011 js coll . and Mrs. John F. Sulli- 2023111 apiiaf k Ugy ellgfgiefflan of 12 Ruthven Ave. an- Wotcfis Et Mischa fdtwjbu I Je: ce the engagement of ay vwlm 1 Sree 'E' 'fa stude: :on fruesdav -W as daughter, Miss Judith Sullivan, to James J. O55 Qltieiimg e Jr. dwxsio . and Mrs James J. Salter e of 17 Michigan Road id 30. he VIr. Nooneis parents. X0 30211133 How Both Students ppealf graduate of North High r l, Miss Sullivan is a sen- t Anna Maria College, n, where she is a mem- mf Lambda Iota Tau and i Epsilon Sigma Honor ties. of Worces- bachelor's University, n assistant tus Depart- it Store, Brooklyn, N,Y,, and 3 4L,.. lv 11 -rv:-1 2 E 'Dawn M y THE DEPARTMENT Of S0- at Anna Maria College sponsoring a new program in with its field work program. The program 17 seniors who are cur- serving at 12 social serv- 111 eceaflyxlfgmers of FG, Agfzqjofjyonly thr 'IWII afem, xaymen - OIABUY. fend 1 'from tht Uzmpgfless fork. 95 -155794 one of the Clyjg J .5 college has is years Many agencies in the Worcester, i pf-Zi. :.,..,,.,f Ar Han, ers I s M arriecb To JR. Karwiel in Chun Miss Dawn J. Myers became Naituraiizatioln Independa bride of J.gRobert Karwiel Inc. ch the college is I tandcryhospitt Anna Maria Students Volpe Is Honored ide Island Medica ce. Win Grants From U.S By Anna Marla NA MARIA is also Several students at Anna stipend. She is a' daughter of h r 1 ' - - Sgatg 3140222311 fgl Maria College, Paxton, have and Mrs. John Rawinski of GOV. Volpeutold 101 graduates y retarded. And, ts may participa ning program in 2 obtaining a degr he degree in med ially, is attractin ts. They are not r the theology cour l part of the curri pitution. icondary educatic nna Maria, and iology and medic s, have the o tion P jjj ANNA MARIA TOAPRESENT due i or he' due PAXTON - th ire. Aire 7 zeri :e iHall on campus. 986 The play is IT S61 gif l French. ' .1 Worcester rie iou .pa ar bo ra non of Marlbo e C ie .-.-1.4-nqfqn-.N-. ...... . E1:2:i:5:5:f:7:1:1:1:-25:-:117:2:2:1:i:?:1:5:5:3:1ifE7:E?i355175:f:f:2:2:1:2:1:2i:7 XROL N. HUESTE FRENCH PLAY Ridicules" by Molierewiil be presented by French students of Anna, Maria Qollege Tues- day at 8 p.m. in Foundress the 'French department and is directed by Robert J. Le- mieux, assistant professor of participating will be Misses Michelle Brodeur of Worces- ter, Mary E. Benoit of South- bridge, and Natalie Ti Ko- ziara and Claudette L. Chag- The play is open to the lic free of charge. won National Defense Modern Foreign Language Fellowships for summer study in the U.S. and abroad. Miss Michelle Brodeur, a jun- ior French major, has been awarded a National Defense Education Act grant for study at the Undergraduate Summer Institute for French, Tufts Uni- versity, from June 19 to Aug. 5. The grant carries a S75 a week stipend. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Brodeur of 9 T.ihnhriA1A gt. C. Breault, and Mrs. Earl :eks in Tours, KIDEA Gverseas rench Teachers e University of "Les Precieuse a senior French in Rawinski, a iematics major, an at the Rus- ordham Univer- sponsored by carries a 8400 area students ro. . D their eight-year tie with N decisively and wisely" in 4Mi1d112 H1ltAR0'gIi'bGg1afg0Bl:I' of Anna Marie College, Paxton, to "contribute to the fuller h fs 1231111551 nn f all 0 Smlast night to reject complacencyitent possible for the bettei E 62.3321 ' " Smiles ment, fasand "become involved, particu- of your country and manki aecsnmmgs grsgralnirigrkxabglarly in government." Volpe was awarded an l I . -. . V 1 k ' ."Ch001'S ary degree of doctor of law geiglges at the University of who PQ? SP0 " 'lent in his aleadership, courage! ' al e yudito- service as a versatile and I Miss Diane F. CW" cated public servant." ,lor French ' . lg Mas- Other honorary ' ' 'I-essrecipien s incu e ose ' 0 0 6 ' ' t ' 1 d d J tj S ,lgement Duggan of New Bedford al I . M, 0 ' " R. Leivneux of W S1 stgn, 5 1 Mary Jane Horton ah reCeiVe,d a dee . To -En' -sue' Named at College 3ette1'S degree- Stli N555 -me . s Dianne F. O'Co sun me oi . - Miss Mary Jane Horton ent!-ageme EHS' Mr. to Marlboro, will Sper, The M Doyte US. Nav? . Geo 0 Doyle q art 'ieroree ' eefenwi chad S' .ed W NY tae A ' and Mary T. Sher le were graduated . laude.. Graduateo dent of the senior class for thewere M1SSeS P2 coming school year at-Annglfle Blalfl of WOOI M axton, where and Joanne E. Er 15 2 junior. ton, N.Y. ' 'W' a graduate of St students who a Q ' i- majorgp h . h .' t st onoris in 15162: 22 .1 an tv M My daughter of Mr. and Mrs George H. Horton of 100 Plun kett St., has been elected presi The en Jun net Mar gagement of '--. e I G In .V Sulli Miss J - 1 Lf Campoe.. byagzh Hedlundvifsl and James iryg and Christine A. John r Parents M announced gi of Worcester, mati Ven Ai Sullivan! dr Z1dRMrs. Ufh ,.,fgd13a,.,,,, ,S th ' Annu Mum West B ' Hedlund e Son Of . M 0.V1Sto ,g Of 11 is Edna Gg,,,g1gIndfh.,,,19 To Review graduaj edlvnd. , A . NSA s fer, .glgflgiss Sllllivanogth High - - nna Ma lrlllg in En 8 Sen- are .-.- .-.- ....-ff f.-.-f.-.- .9 -.-. .-.-f ww -.-.-.-. . .-.-. .A-.1 . P Where Shiva College gpish e . in a A ' ' ' t ' iA T' Anna M ana G11'ls'Vote t532f2iyE5g..5Zi.g1,gnb3ff1'i 195 .i.AiZi ' literary Lambda I honor it Association, an oi SA. s - of h tion of NSA to this car giggled to DQIKZEFVV' She :EU course A, whose overseas 01 . e S Wh S ff R 1 The scene. the annual Stu- Another wanted di ellis 111 A , o Am- nd has gave been partially me sta epor er dent Government Association to proceed as if tlieaHgUn1Versif?g.5r1Can Ceuegngel. by the Cent,-aj 13 V have been the most review of NSA membership at hadn't heard of the CIA-NSA h ' v L .. Xu Agency. ical dlscusslon of the Anna Maria College Paxton link. S e Sdn' s eff 'X-.Q f h CI . .......-.,. i....,A.-AAn- . . ' ' A .. . .. .- about the CIA Srm --0 it 0 A wi 'Y l C W cl Q Ch V F fore this gveel-'jngT:1e Let On Cgewledgeflrtr iam ottone e tn urch ggg?fgggt,,gC3gat.,.g3 Qncen, to an stuuentsein a rereren- ,gmeu eu U e V' .it 4 ur-Yter M-2 Wjllnfly tponula dum. The date will be set With 8 C0mmUU1Sf Organ' da G -H Ou 1' ization." She didn't Say what LBoRo - Miss Carol T. Hex? Week' . and Ronald A. Jolicoeur President Susan M. Christ- iarried yesterday morn- mas of Holden, a senior, it. Ann's Church. The re- opened discussion -by saying was given in the White NSA membership IS reviewed Horthboroe yearly. The review wasn't bride's parents are Dr. prompted by this week's dis- s. Peter P. Cottone n St. of 75 closure about the CIA. That set the tone. she thought of the CIA tie. CIA. "left wing" orientation, ferred to its support of the husband's parents are she nm sav NSA "is sun- The strongest political note had nothing to do with the A coed, worried about what generally is concidered NSA's Berkeley Free Speech Move- vnnnt nnrl nnnncifinn fn H19 MHPY Stuflfby rbi? Aprlgbrialffear .sing Colllings Marla flee atfgn O Studs 'ggt 8 adj!-or Wege tion to jeieede' WI-:A1J1j:t gOVe,p'172. slum S0125 the acad, efundfflg-0 1'fa,.,a'Hme,,f0nS0,,jf- ii i But r T- ' 0 e C011 ass .di ge ization tefts-lgkefs at C011egi,gZP3si':0rdii al opiifff Qogd ses 011 Sal ujlds reside re- ones, would uceee, Q worenowa nt coun school. Cf'-star tSrei,, L- Cglleg. A committee headed by se.. and' afar awhile im- Sandra L. Turturogsgnm .ghimahout U Z I 63110 C I' Q 2 0 E N 3?fffa5'cs T f A fi .. - .. - f5Ti-, PATRONS Miss Catherine T. Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Dominic P. Dululio Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Franchi Franchi Auto Body Sophie Grills Michael P.LadoroIa Mrs. G. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Lemieux Mrs. Stephanie Macierowska David and Michelle Matti Mary Morocco Mrs. William V. Murray Mr. H.J. Rochette Dick Sarkisian Beatrice Savarese Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Savarese M.J. Seratin Insurance Agency Attorney William Sullivan Mrs. Salone Susskey John Wallace Vanderhoft III Mr. Lewis Ward Charles E. Wisniewski HONOR PATRONS MR, AND MRS, JULIQ BAVOSI MR. AND MRS. FRED LORENTZEN MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. BRADY MR. AND MRS. STANLEY A. NAVAROLI MR. AND MRS. KENNETH C. CLEMENT MR. AND MRS- TIMOTHY SULLIVAN MR. AND MRS. FRANK E. DOGIL REV. ROLAND HEBERT TWO FRIENDS MR. AND MRS. J. CYRIL LARIVIERE JOSEPH W. SZLYK MR. AND MRS. AMERIGO TOCCI MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. WISNIEWSKI PERSONAL SPONSORS AND MRS. EUGENE W. BLAIS AND MRS. LOUIS BOUDREAU AND MRS JOHN PAUL BRODEUR AND MRS EDWARD P. BURNHAM AND MRS ROBERT E. COTE AND MRS . JOHN MOORE CROWLEY MRS. DORA DEFEUDIS MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. DONLAN AND MRS. AND MRS. AND MRS. AND MRS. AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS CARL M. HALUPOWSKI GEORGE H. HORTON JAMES KENNEDY JULIAN LEMIRE FRED LORENTZEN HENRY MARCIL EDWARD R. O'SHEA JULES C. PARADIS MR. AND MRS JOHN H. DWYER MRS. WILLIAM FLANAGAN AND MRS THOMAS R. FLYNN AND MRS AND MRS. 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Marlboro - Westboro THE HAZARDVILLE PHARMACY Hazardville, Connecticut THE LITTLE KLUB I Merchants Row Ayer, Massachusetts LUNETTA'S SUPER MARKET Fitchburg, Massachusetts NOAH'S ARK Paxton, Massachusetts THE PAXTON INN Paxton, Massachusetts PAXTON PHARMACY 711 Pleasant Street Paxton, Massachusetts TATNUCK SQUARE CLEANERS H36 Pleasant Street Worcester, Massachusetts TOUPINS FOOD SHOP 5l7 Main Street Worcester, Massachusetts VENTRA PLASTICS Leominster, Massachusetts VIKING CARPETS COMPANY Best Wishes to The Closs of '68 MR. AND MRS. JULIUS B. FISHER MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE H. FISHER ANNA MARIA COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION BEST WISHES FROM THE CLASS OF T970 For a new experience in pleasurable dining join your friends in New Englandk fashionable, new Qlnafh ann a few minutes from downtown Wore. off Gold Star Blvd. Rt. I2 fNorthj 752-2856 Savor a gourmet's selection of fine foods and beverages amidst the re- laxed, Warm atmosphere of authentic Tudor Hunt Rooms. Parking Accommodations for Private Parties VVeekdays: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sundays: noon ,til 9 Sat: Noon 'til 11 p.m. CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE JUNIOR CLASS Congratulations DiPIERRO MANUFACTURING COMPANY, INC. Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Remember emptiness . . . Root's Ranch . . . freezing . . . The Flame Thrower . . . 845.00 in separate refrigerators . . . the first clambake . . . the shortcut . . . XVRKO . . . Gayleis magic thumb . . . the cats and the rats . . . the beach permits we never got . . . schooners . . . Light My Fire . . . Happy Hour . . . Sunday morning at the movies . . . 9704 . . . "anybody up forn . . . "I could go form . . . fungus among us . . . "what time do you workP', . . . Boots Randolph . . . Surrcalistic Pillows . . . Regan, rah, rah . . . Guiness a-go-go . . . Frcddies Frappes . . . blackout . . . Baby Iancls weekends . . . directing traffic . . . our successful parties . . . scooping the fruit . . . The A-House . . . Tonset . . . Pebbles . . . Scaggy Beach . . . Lem's . . . fudge cake sundaes . . . jolly jack's . . . Don't Sleep in the Subway . . . the parking lot . . . "VVake Up Sleeping Beautieslv . . . Merf the Surf . . . "I love it herev . . . "I'll drink that thati' . . . the sleep in . . . Myrnais hairdryer . . . HOTSIE BABE! . . . Reed . . . Buzzy . . . "You never, never, know for suren . . . Maureen's endless date . . . Nickerson State Park . . . beach buggies . . . musical scouts . . . Annie Fish Fry Girl . . . Baker's pond . . . Karl . . . last call . . . The Ugh . . . 594 lbs. of tuna . . . Binaca . . . "whose dishes in sink?,' . . . Hojo's . . . Orleans Inn . . . Land Ho! . . . Surfer joe . . . the hypodermic needle . . . Mustang Sally . . . Midnight Hour . . . the horse at the bottom of the Stairs . . . sour milk . . . Ralph . . . Show and tell, Carolyn style . . . Be a Good Guy buttons . . . Normie . . . Stevie Wonder . . . Home of the Orleans Cardinals . . . the Ohio boys . . . malted milk balls . . . not until Rt. 128 . . . 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