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LAKEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 3577 00057 5801 FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY LAKEVILLE, MASS. July 1963 Added Gift of 1963 Apponequet Graduates 1 I In . twawi i m V , 1 He a I SsJa li L a , V- ? Zhe Class of 1963 Presents the POjCAKJOJ Sponsored by Purdy Photographers GEORGE R. AUSTIN Superintendent As the time draws near for the completion of your public school education, we hope you will retain that customary courage which is a charac- teristic of all young people as you meet the prob- lems and decisions of the future. We sometimes hear that young people are discouraged today about the future with the threats of communism, the needs of military service, the cold war and world ten- sions. If you are of this opinion, then you have not learned the lessons from history. There are those among us who remember the fears of people in World War I, the lack of employment and financial collapse which people faced in years 1929-1935, the despair of many families in the World War II period, the Korean conflict and the tensions of the later years in the emergence of nations in little known parts of the world. In spite of all these grave issues, men have met their problems and, little by little, have solved them. Your generation will have a different set of perplexing questions to solve and the courageous among you will help to find the solution. When we get above the clouds we find the stars are still there. SCHOOL COMMITTEE: (seated) — George R. Austin, Superintendent; Mrs. Louise C. Welch, Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. Pauline Walker; John F. Usher, Jr., Principal; ( standing )— Howell G. DeMoranviile; Lawrence E. Terry; Harold L. Griffith, Jr., Chairman; Malcolm Grinnel; Robert S. Rounsevell. 2 To the Class of 1963— To have graduated from high school is indeed an achievement, and one of which you may be justly proud. To reach this station in life is proof of one ' s personal persistence and vitality. I ' m sure your many experiences in school have already taught you that anything worthwhile in life is achieved only through great personal endeavor. As you take your place in adult society you will find there is still no substitute for hard work. Today, more than ever before, we need young people who are willing to give their best at all times. For you to offer less than a full measure of effort would not do you justice— we have come to expect excellence from you. With all best wishes. Principal JOHN F. USHER, JR. Principal ALBERT DUSEAULT Assistant Principal ROBERT JEFFERY Director of Guidance HERBERT W. MOORE Vocational School Director 3 Seniot High faculty ALBERT N. GENOVESE English— French ROBERT S. DORSEY English— Civics RACHAEL C. JORGENSEN English ANNA N. CRAMPTON Mathematics ROBERT A. CYR Mathematics EARLE P. HANNA Biology BARBARA A. ABBATE Latin— English ARMAND E. DESAUTELS French JOSEPH C, SIMAS History EUNISA G. WORDELL English EDWARD L. MITCHELL Science DONALD J. TORRES History HELEN H. TURNER Guidance 4 DENNIS ANDRADE Vocational BALBINA LEONARD Home Economics VICTOR J. BISSONNELTE General Science EVELYN L. STAPLES Business OCTAVE LeCONTE Vocational LEO J. CHARBONNEAU Vocational DAVID J. MATTHEWS Physical Education NANCY ROBERTS Physical Education RONALD MAVOR Mathematics FREDERICH NEWTON History— English ELAINE P. VIEIRA Business LOIS WASSERMAN Business JOHN OLIVEIRA Vocational MAROLYN A. OLSON Home Economics HARRIETT C. PARKER Librarian PolanoH Staff B. Bolduc, S. Terry, T. Holfz, B. Chace, B, Nelson, K. Hall, S. Ashley, C. Blair, E. Hyde. B. Terry, W . Rezendes, AA, Tolley, P. Stone, C. Rounsevell S. Gudewicz, L. Sorensen, C. Caswell, R. Baker. P. Timberlake, P. Paska, F. Heywood, W. Carragher, J. Flores, R. Brown, G. Norwood, B. Armstrong, L. Paska. Co-Sditors Ken Hall Bob Nelson 6 “J or Js Jt A Zkwught J Ccavc behind Mut A Heart M ide Sweet With Hunger A d With ZhirsL yet J Cannot Zarry Conger Zhe Sea Zhat Calls All Zhings Unto Her Calls Me f Aud J Must Embark. ' ' Senior Class Officers Edward St. Yves, Vice President; Mary Rezendes, Secretary; Gary Crook, President; Linda Sorensen, Treasurer. Smor Council Linda Sorensen Gary Crook Mary Rezendes Edward St. Yves Paul Johnson Milton Rice Curtis Blair 8 EUGENIA MARIANNE ALVES Braley Road, East Freetown General Home Economics Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3. Ambition: Beautician (A rare compound of sports, folly and fun.) MARIE LOUISE ASHLEY Padelford Street, Berkley General Home Economics Club 2; Latin Club Choir 3, 4; Mixed Choir 4. Ambition: Work (Do not be deceived by a quiet look.) WILLIAM LOUIS ARMSTRONG Flaggswamp Road, East Freetown College Latin Club 1, 2, Vice President 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Future Teachers 3; Vice President 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Lawyer (A nice sort of chap who is a lot of fun; he makes a hit with every- one.) 3; Driver Education 3; Girls ' MARJORIE LOU ASHLEY Howland Road, Lakeville Business Girls ' Choir 1 , 3; Driver Education 3. Ambition: Secretary (Silence never troubles me; talking is my specialty. ) SUSAN DALE ASHLEY Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown College Class Secretary 1; Cheerleader 1; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Girls ' Choir 2, 3, Vice President 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3; Student Council 3, 4, Vice President 4; Library Aide 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Teacher (A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, and most divinely fair.) RUTH ANNE BAKER 34 Maine Street, Lakeville Drama Club 1; Art Club 1, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3; Li- brary Aide 1 , 4; Driver Education 4; Yearbook 4. (Quiet and undisturbed, she moves along her way.) College ALLAN CURTIS BLAIR 23 Coombs Street, Lakeville Business Tennis Manager 1; Drama Club 1; Class President 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Tribesmen 3, 4; Senior Council 1; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Politician (I would be better if I could, but it ' s awfully lonesome being good.) BERTRAND ARAAAND BOLDUC South Main Street, Assonet Business Yearbook 4. Ambition: Accountant (I agree with no man ' s opinions; I have some of my own.) LOUISE ANN BROWN 81 Main Street, Lakeville General Drama Club 1; Cheerleader 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3,; Girls ' Choir 1, 2; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4. Ambition: IBM Operator (She is very good to look at, and even nicer to know.) RICHARD PATRICK BROWN South Main Street, Assonet Vocational Basketball 1 ; Tennis 1 ; Football 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4. Ambition: Machine Designer (Of muscular stature and jocular vein.) PATRICIA JEAN CABRAL Anthony Street, Berkley Business Pep Club 1; Drama Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Girls ' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 3, 4; Student Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Secretary (Never a trouble, never a frown— only a smile for everyone.) IDA VIRGINIA CAMBELL Barstow Street, Lakeville Business North Junior High School: Tennis 1 ; Pep Club 3, 4. Ambition: IBM Operator (Be content, I pray thee, and let thy heart be merry.) JON WILFRED CAMPEAU Elm Street, Assonet Business French Club 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Business Manager (Never trouble trouble, ' til trouble troubles you.) JOSEPH BERNARD CARROLL Water Street, Assonet Vocational Baseball 1, 2; Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 4. Ambition: Machinist (An able man shows his spirit by gentle words and resolute ac- tions. ) WILLIAM CARRAGHER Hill Top Acres, Lakeville Vocational New Bedford High School: Track 1 ; Basketball 1 . Apponequet: Slide Rule Club 3; Debating Club 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Armed Forces (The world knows nothing of its greatest men.) ELAINE GRACE CASWELL 209 Bedford Street, Lakeville Business Pep Club 1, 2; Art Club 1; Girls ' Choir 1, 2, 3; Student Secretary 3. Ambition: Nurse (Behind a calm exterior a sweet personality lies.) BARBARA FARNSWORTH CHACE Cleveland Park, East Freetown College Dance Band 1; Band 1, 2; Girls ' Choir 1, 2, 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Library Aide 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Nurse (Never idle a minute, but thrifty and thoughtful of others.) NANCY LEE CHACE Howland Road, Lakeville Business Art Club 1; Girls ' Choir 3, 4; Pep Club 4. Ambition: Nurse (You can ' t be better than your natural self.) 14 GARY WAYNE CROOK Washburn Road, East Freetown College French Club 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Football 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Class President 4. Ambition: Armed Forces (I propose to argue it out if it takes all day.) MARY ELIZABETH CUDWORTH Bedford Street, Lakeville College French Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Debating Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Future Teachers 3, 4. Ambition: Guidance Counselor (Surely man is but a shadow, and life a dream.) ELEANOR ELIZABETH DARLING Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville College Home Economics Club 2; Driver Education 3; Pep Club 4. Ambition: Nurse (She may be little, she may be shy, but there ' s a twinkle in her eye.) BONITA LOUISE FLINT Berkley Street, Berkley Business Art Club 1 ; Driver Education 3; Student Secretary 4. Ambition: Secretary (Dance, laugh, and be merry.) BARBARA JEAN DELANO AAiddleboro Road, East Freetown Business Student Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Secretary (Filled to the brim with pep and vim.) JOHN TIMOTHY FLORES Chace Road, East Freetown College French Club 3; Science Club 3; Art Club 4; Football 3, 4; Na- tional Ftonor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Disc Jockey (Someday thfe world will need a man— I ' ll wait.) GEORGE DAVID FORBES Taunton Street, Lakeville Vocational Student Council 1 ; Track 1 , 2; Varsity Club 1 , 2. Ambition: Machinist (What ever the scheme of things, I ' m ready.) VAUGHN CLIFTON GREENE Bayview Avenue, Berkley General Student Council 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Football 3, 4; Mixed Choir 3, 4; Tribesmen 3, 4; Mixed Quartet 3, 4. Ambition: Accountant (All great men are dead, and I ' m not feeling well.) ALBERT FOSTER JR. Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown General Student Council 1, Treasurer. Ambition: Heavy Equipment Operator (Men of few words are the best men.) SANDRA IRENE GUDEWICZ Gurney Road, East Freetown College Drama Club 1; Student Council 2; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 3, 4; Drum Majorette 3, 4, Head 3, 4; Yearbook 4. (She is gentle, good, and true— a friend to me, a friend to you.) FREDERICK FRANCIS GUYON Jennine Street, Lakeville General Atlantic Highlands High School; Radio Club 1 ; Volleyball 2. Ambition: Own business establishment (While we live, let us enjoy ourselves.) KENNETH ARNOLD HALL Hemlocks Road, Lakeville College Class President 1; Student Council 1, Vice President; French Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Mixed Choir 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Presi- dent 4; Yearbook 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. Ambition: Naval Officer (He can be imitated by none, nor paralleled by any but himself.) 18 FRED HEYWOOD III Bayview Avenue, Berkley College Slide Rule Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Audio Visual Aides 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Engineer (Boys will be boys.) WILLIAM FRANK HORN Middleboro Road, East Freetown Vocational Ambition: Automobile Mechanic (A gentleman makes no noise.) WALLACE THOMAS HOTZ Cross Street, Lakeville College Class Vice President; French Club 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3; Ten- nis 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 2, 3; Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Dentist (He ' s full of fun and a good chum; a friend to all, not just some.) 19 ELAINE AMELIA HYDE Berkley Street, Berkley College Drama Club 1; Latin Club 1; Student Council 1; Science Club 2; Drama Club 2; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Driver Education 3; Library Aide 3, 4; Mixed Choir 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Medical Technologist (She has the mind of a thinker, the soul of a dreamer, the heart of a friend.) SHARYN LEE HOWLAND Point Street, Berkley Business Art Club 1; Driver Education 3; Student Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Airline Stewardess (Cute, sweet, and so petite.) IRSAN ILJAS Bayview Avenue, Berkley College Exchange Student from Indonesia Apponequet: Honorary member of the Student Council 4; Mixed Choir 4. Ambition: Engineer (Personality is a sure step to success.) PAUL EDWARD JOHNSON Charbonneau Avenue, East Freetown Vocational Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Senior Council; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Golf Green Keeper (He loved to play the game of ball, he gave his best, he gave it all.) ALICE CLAIRE JONES 957 Azalea Street, Lakeville Business Home Economics Club 1; Pep Club 2; Driver Education 3; Student Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Secretary (Always with an eye for fun.) LEON EDWARD KEGRESSE Middleboro Road, East Freetown Vocational Baseball 1 ; Audio Visual Aids 1 . Ambition: Diesel Mechanic (We don ' t all of us do what we ought— do us?) SHEILA MAY MACOMBER North Main Street, Berkley General Driver Education 3. Ambition: Dietician (She takes life as it comes.) FRANCOISE LANCHEC Dr. Bra ley Road, East Freetown College Exchange Student from France Apponequet: Honorary member of Student Council 4; Mixed Choir 4. Ambition: Teacher (Life is not so short but there is always time for courtesy.) CARL MASON MARONN Macomber Street, Berkley College Science Club 2, 3; Drama Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Ambition: Biologist (Mix a little folly with your wisdom; a little nonsense is pleasant now and then.) 22 GENE ARTHUR AAARSHALL 102 Main Street, Lakeville Business Tennis 1 , 2; Art Club 4. Ambition: Accountant (To worry little, to study less, is my idea of happiness.) GILBERT MICHAEL MELLO 339 Bedford Street, Lakeville General Slide Rule Club 1; Pep Club 1; Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, 3; Year- book 4. Ambition: Air Force (Be gay, tomorrow is but another day.) AAARGARET MARY MOLTENBREY Bayview Avenue, Berkley Business Softball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Telephone Operator (Follow me and thou shalt not lack amusement.) 23 ROBERT OWEN NELSON Montgomery Street, Lakeville College Baseball 1 ,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Football 2 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. (Athletics acclaimed him her favorite son.) DIANE LOUIS NELSON 1 99 South Main Street, Berkley College Drama Club 2; French Club 2; Science Club 3; Mixed Choir 2; Girls ' Choir 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Nurses Club 4; Future Teachers of Amer- ica 4. Ambition: Nurse (Not too serious, yet not too gay.) RICHARD PAUL NADEAU The Lane, Assonet College Latin Club 1 ; Art Club 2; Baseball 3; Mixed Choir 4. (I try my best and leave the rest.) GARY NORWOOD Estelle Avenue, East Freetown Vocational Audio Visual Aids 1; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Ambition: Machinist (What is life without a little fun.) MILTON PETER PASKA Cross Street, Lakeville Vocational Industrial Arts 1 ; Driver Education 3; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Tool and Die Maker (Be always merry as you can. For none delights in a sorrowful man.) LYNNE MARY PASKA Cross Street, Lakeville Business Cheerleader 1, Captain; Mixed Choir 1; Girls ' Choir 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1; Art Club 1, 4; Basketball 3; Volleyball 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. (She dares to follow where her fancy leads.) CAROLE ANNE PAUL Bryant Street, Berkley College Latin Club 1 , 2; Pep Club 4; Nursing Club 4. Ambition: Nurse (Quietness has its own charms.) NANCY CAROL PINA Braley Road, East Freetown General Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4. Ambition: Beautician (A quiet little maiden with a quiet little way.) JOEL BRADFORD PLISSEY Bedford Street, Lakeville Vocational Industrial Arts 1 ; Track 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. (I could never be bored with life.) 26 I MARY ELIZABETH REZENDES Elm Street, Assonet College Cheerleader 1; Drama Club 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, Treasurer 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 2; Pep Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Girls ' Choir 2; Mixed Choir 3, 4, Secretary 4; Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 3; Majorette 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3, 4; Year- book 4. Ambition: Teacher or Journalist (She was active, stirring all afire; could not rest, could not tire.) MILTON LOUIS RICE Hemlock Point, East Fr eetown College Tennis 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, Secretary 4- Senior Council. Ambition: Teacher (His friends— he has many. His foes— has he any?) CHERYL ANN ROUNSEVELL Mason Road, East Freetown College Cheerleader 1 , Girls ' Choir 2; Mixed Choir 4; Yearbook 4. (She is a maiden of artless grace, gentle in form and fair of face.) EDWARD ALFRED ST. YVES High Street, Assonet Vocational Drama Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Tennis 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Class Vice President 3, 4; Tribesman 4; Mixed Choir 4. Ambition: Machinist (Never a dull moment.) VIRGINIA ANNA SHAW 1 8 Bridge Street, Lakeville Business Home Economics Club 1; Girls ' Choir 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3, Presi- dent 3; Driver Education 3. Ambition: IBM Operator (Little, but— oh my!) PAULA JO SCANLON 5 Rhode Island Road, Lakeville Business Drama Club 1; Art Club 1; Basketball 1; Girls ' Choir 1, 2; Mixed Choir 1 , 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Student Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Nurse (It ' s a friendly heart that has plenty of friends.) JOHN DENNIS SILVA Middleboro Road, East Freetown General Art Club 1; Basketball 3. Ambition: Artist (A pleasant, quiet lad.) LINDA LOUISE SORENSEN Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville College Cheerleader 1; Latin Club 1; Treasurer 1; Drama Club 1; Home Ec- onomics Club 1; French Club 2; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Choir 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Art Club 4, Vice President 4; Future Teachers 4; Senior Council. Ambition: Teacher (A winning way, a pleasant smile, dressed so neat and quite in style.) SUSANNE BLAIS STARLING Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville Business Home Economics Club 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Driver Education 3; Student Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Secretary (She is obliging, quiet, and kind; a capable thinker knowing her mind.) PATRICIA ANN STONE AAyricks Street, Berkley College French Club 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3; Basketball 4; Yearbook. Ambition: Nurse EMMA GENE SULLIVAN High Street, Assonet Business Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 4; Library Aide 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Girls ' Choir 2, 3; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Secretary (Once a friend, always a friend.) (Not very short, not very tall, but wise and good, liked by all.) EILEEN MARQUES SYLVIA County Road, East Freetown College Girls ' Choir 2; Slide Rule Club 2; Driver Education 3; Future Teach- ers 4; French Club 4. Ambition: Teacher (Study, study all the day; who has time for work or play.) 30 ELAINE MARQUES SYLVIA County Road, East Freetown College Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Slide Rule Club 2; Driver Education 3; Fu- ture Teachers 4; French Club 4. Ambition: Teacher (Energy and persistence conquer all things.) JAMES ROY TAYLOR 652 Beechwood Avenue, Lakeville College Art Club 1 , 2; Driver Education 3; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4. Ambition: Teacher (I refuse to worry.) NORMAN ALLEN TEED Hall Street, Raynham Vocational Student Council 4. Ambition: Diesel Mechanic (The opportunity to do mischief is found a hundred times a day.) 31 LESLIE TERRIEN 1 24 Bryant Street, Assonet General Audio Visual Aide 1 1 , Art Club 4. Ambition: Work (Happy-go-lucky, joyous and free. Nothing there is that bothers me.) ELIZABETH ANNE TERRY Elm Street, Assonet Business Home Economics Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Secretary or Beautician (Sweetness and goodness best describe her.) SUSAN COLE TERRY Pleasant Street, Assonet College Pep Club 1, 2; Latin Club 1; Science Club 2; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Choir 3, 4; Driver Education 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Nurse (Friendliness coupled with gayety serene.) PATRICIA ANN TIMBERLAKE Forge Road, Assonet College Home Economics Club 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Yearbook 4; Nurses Club 4. Ambition: Nurse (She is natural; She is nice.) MARY ELLEN TOLLEY South Main Street, Assonet Business Home Economics Club 1; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Telephone Operator (Her eyes are her fortune; her smile is her future.) GAIL WALKER Water Street, Assonet College Cheerleader 1; Basketball 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Girls ' Choir 1; Stu- dent Council 2; French Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; Drama Club 1, 3; National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Driver Edu- cation 3; Art Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3; Future Nurses 4; Yearbook 4. Ambition: Dental Hygienist (We welcome her presence, her brightness, her charm.) PETER WALL Highland Road, Lakeville Business (A little rain might make him grow.) RAYMOND ADAM WESTGATE Quanapoag Road, East Freetown General Ambition: Barber (Bashful he may be but we think not, in spite of the fact that he blushes a lot.) 34 APPONEQUET GENERAL HOSPITAL BULLETIN Vol. l,No. 1 June, 1973 The hospital ' s head nurse, Miss Susan Terry, with the aid of her two assistants, Pat Stone and Barbara Chace, has published this the first in the series of monthly reports on the hospital happen- ings. Diane Nelson, our head anesthetist, was seen administering to a patient of Dr. Sheila Macomber. The patient turned out to be Leon Kegreese, who in partnership with Fred Guyon, owns the Free- town-Lakeville Tequenoppa Company. M. Peter Paska, one of the company ' s most able men, dropped a mold on Mr. Kegresse ' s toe. Eugenia Alves, while making her rounds as the hospital beautician, was overwhelmed by the opportunity to shake hands with Curtis Blair, who is campaigning for Congressman. He stopped in to see his secretary, Louise Brown, who had her hand crushed during one of Blair ' s pre-campaign workouts. Bert Bolduc and Vaughn Greene, the hospital ' s two certified public accountants, found an error in finances in favor of Al Foster. Mr. Foster, who was overwhelmed by the news, gave his secretary, Majorie Ashley, a raise of five cents a week. On behalf of a business client. Bill Armstrong visited the farm of Miss Pat Cabral recently and had to come to the hospital for the treatment of minor cuts and bruises. Poor Bill got in the way of some of Patsy ' s sheep and was nearly trampled. Marie Ashley and Ida Campbell came to the hospital for tests after their all expense paid trip via the U.S. Government. They were sent up as the first women to the moon and came back five years younger. Recently, Ruth Baker checked into the hospital complaining of frequent fainting. Miss Doctor of 1973, Susan Ashley, diagnosed Ruth ' s condition was due to insufficient circulation caused by lack of exercise. Go, Go Ruth! Doctor Ashley reported that Francoise Lanchec, her A.F.S. sister, is now one of the most re- nowned teachers in France. Fran is teaching English. Dental hygienist, Gail Walker, is struggling with Dr. J. Pullimwithoutpain to pull a tooth from the head of that smart secretary. Miss Susanne Starling. During the extraction, Emma Sullivan, who is being treated for sleepwalking, came into the room in a trance, and by mistake, sat in one of the dentist ' s chairs. She also had a tooth extracted and continued on her way, still in a trance. Cheryl Rounsevell, the former beauty queen, is now a social worker and spends much of her time cheering up the hospital ' s patients. On her last visit she met Linda Sorensen, who is now a teacher, recuperating from a dislocation at the hip. In the adjoining room was Betty Terry who is undergoing stretching ' treatment in order to catch up with her fast-growing sons. Teachers Elaine and Eileen Sylvia, who have always done things together, came to see what is recommended to combat the disease of spring fever at their school. Mary Tolley, a teller at the Apponequet Bank, had a bump on the head as a result of the re- nowned Apponequet bank robbery. Edward St. Yves, the Massachusetts Beehive Inspector, is in the hospital with a severe case of bee stings. Eddie got his head stuck in one of the beehives while inspecting it. Undertaker John Silva hadn ' t thought there was much hope, so he rushed up to measure him, until he started yelling. Down the corridor, a radio made by Ray Westgate ' s company was blasting as dancer Leslie Terrian practiced with his crutches. Switchboard operator, Paula Scanlon, had been receiving com- plaints about the noise. Richard Tiger Brown, retired pro football player, has been coaching the Apponequet varsity. Coach Brown was tackled by Jimmy Taylor and was exercising with the boy ' s father, who is in charge of the hospital ' s Physical Education Department. Just before leaving the hospital, they heard of the emergency case of Norman Teed, the famous racing car driver. Teed ran down one of the officials and was suffering from the shock of the dent in his fender. Milton Rice, the wealthy in- surance company owner, tried to console him by telling him he would be reimbursed. One morning this month, the blare of the ambulance siren sent the crew in the accident room into a state of confusion. This trip brought in the casualties of an airplane crash. The first to emerge from the ambulance was Captain Gary Crook who was suffering from a minor laceration of the left armpit. He collided with a parked piper cub airplane while taxiing out onto the runway. The pilot of the other aircraft was Civil Air Patrol flight instructor, William Carrag- her, who escaped unscratched from the crash. Less fortunate than he, however, was his student, the renowned tycoon Jon Campeau, who was bleeding profusely from a punctured right ear lobe. Giggling incessantly at shocking profanity are his two faithful secretaries, Barbara Delano and Bonita Flint, who insisted on accompanying him to the hospital. The nurse in charge of the first floor. Miss Nancy Chace, advised the orderlies to take the patients up to the operating room. Heaving a heavy sigh of relief was the pretty blond nurse, Eleanor Darling, who had grown quite nauseous from the dashing captain ' s cornball line. Our boys found them- selves safely up in the operating room in short order, thanks to the ace elevatormanship of our own veteran operator, Joe Carroll. Around the corner near the operating room comes another familiar face. Miss Mary Cudworth, who happened to notice a blood-stained cotton ball which had been dropped on the floor. She also dropped to the floor, overcome by the ghastly sight. She was just returning from a visit to Miss Elaine Caswell, who had been convalescing from an acute case of dishpan hands. To the theme of Down Under, Admiral Kenneth Hall, undergoing examination after having spent four years submerged on a submarine, passed through the corridor dogmatically saluting everyone in sight while directing the nurse in nautical terms to the X-ray room. Here our medical technolo- gist, Elaine Hyde, was attempting to re-emplify the steering structure and aerial ability of a bird for Stewardess Sharyn Howland. She had attempted to use Miss Hyde ' s theory and was injured when she jumped from engineer Fred Heywood ' s latest construction projects. Mr. Heywood ' s structures have the quality of being striking in appearance, but quite impractical. Seeking professional asylum from his throngs of loving fans, John Flores, the ace D. J. of Station WARHS, was singing in a melodious tone, I ' ve Got a Sweet Tooth in honor of his position under the care of Dr. Thomas Hotz. Dr. Hotz favored the all over the none in relation to the all or none law concerning the extraction of Mr. Flores ' canines. In urgent need of an ambulance to service a call at the linguistics laboratory, our drivers rushed out to find Bill Horn attempting to reassemble the parts of a motor he had torn down. With the aid of George Forbes ' latest super magnet, they managed to collect most of the apparatus. However, the Forbes ' magnet had one big disadvantage. Due to its great power of attraction, the objects adher- ing to it can not be released. At this crucial moment, Irsan Joe lljas suggested that a stretcher be suspended between two bicycles. This idea was adopted and soon the two men were cycling to the aid of Miss Sandra Gudewicz. Miss Gudewicz, who had finally decided on a career in the field of linguistics, became tongue-tied in the middle of a Greek verb conjugation. This necessitated the casting of her tongue in a plaster cast. Last week Miss Pat Timberlake, a hospital staff worker, arrived later than usual from her ap- pointment with the expert beautician, Nancy Pina. Pat was assigned to help in the treatment of Mary Rezendes, who was hospitalized with a run-down condition. Artist Lynne Paska, a well-known illustrator of children ' s books, was hospitalized for a brain operation to cure her habit of losing things. She related the story of Virginia Shaw ' s accident, in which she got her hand caught in the I.B.M. Machine. Miss Shaw was rushed to the hospital by the chatty plumber, Gary Norwood, who worked for an hour and a half at getting her out. Joe Plissey, a happy and successful businessman who was visiting the hospital on a fund-raising drive, found himself being wheeled into the operating room by Nurse Carole Pauli. She had for- gotten her glasses and mistaken him for a patient. Carl AAaronn the famed television biologist was spied in the midst of a mob of admiring teen- agers outside the lobby. Upon investigation it was discovered that the real center of attention was Second Lieutenant Mike Mello, on leave from the Air Force. He was registered at the hospital in hopes of curing his air sickness to enable him to devote a better performance to pilot life. Gene Marshall, one of the hospital executives, storming into the lobby and complained to our other switchboard operator, Margaret Moltenbrey, about hearing strange noises on the line while talking to ad man, Rick Nadeau. They were discussing plans for a television commercial to advertise Apponequet General. The commercial will probably feature Bob Nelson, renowned for everything, as the after specimen. Golf pro Paul Johnson came in the other day with an enlarged Adam ' s Apple. The doctors had no trouble removing the ball which had fc een lodged there when Peter Wall hit it onto the wrong fairway. Mr. Wall, designer of homes for chipmunks, was giving golf lessons to his secretary, Alice Jones. Thus ended another month in the history of the Apponequet General Hospital. No really major catastrophies were attended to by the staff, but the hospital ' s fine record of catering only to those people of the higher echelons— like the class of ' 63 from Apponequet Regional High School— was upheld. 37 Class MOST INDUSTRIOUS: Barbara Chace Bill Armstrong MOST COURTEOUS: Franjoise Lanchec Irsan lljas BEST ALL AROUND: Mary Rezendes Bob Nelson MOST FRIENDLY: Mary Rezendes Irsan Mias 38 MOST STUDIOUS: Elaine Hyde Carl Maronn i 1 ) •BEST LOOKING: Susan Ashley Ken Hall CLASS WITS: Margaret Moltenbrey John Flores CLASS FLIRTS: Barbara Delano Bob Nelson CUTEST: Lynne Paska Gary Crook BEST ATHLETES: Mary Tolley Bob Nelson 39 MOST TALKATIVE: Marjorie Ashley Curtis Blair BEST ARTIST: Lynne Paska John Silva QUIETEST: Carol Pauli John Silva 40 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Elaine Hyde Bill Armstrong MOST SOPHISTICATED: Sandra Gudewicz Ken Hall Class Will — 1963 JEANNIE ALVES bequeaths her good nature, full smile, and her encore to Kathy Oliver. BILL ARMSTRONG takes his elocution lessons, sophisticated dark rims, and status symbols with him to college. BILL CARRAGHER leaves his vocabulary to posterity. ALICE JONES wills her large appetite and small stature to Judy Holden. SUSANNE STARLING leaves for Long Island. BERT BOLDUC leaves his truck . . . stuck! SANDRA GUDEWICZ relinquishes her baton and whistle to Rita Woodis. GARY NORWOOD gives a pamphlet of careful driving tips to Bob Cortes. FRED GUYON departs with a tight grip on his license. PAT STONE and PAT TIMBERLAKE leave sailing off on the S.S. Blood Vessel. JOHN FLORES wills his cool character to Earl Rogers. LEON KEGRESSE departs with grease on his face. JOE CARROLL wills his bashful ways to Jimmy Gunnerson. LOUISE BROWN leaves the Voke reluctantly. PETER PASKA surrenders his grease-gun to Myles Mastera. PETER WALL wills his elevated seat in English class to Harry Buckley. VIRGINIA SHAW bequeaths her quiet, lady-like manner to Mary DeMoranville! IRSAN ILJAS leaves memories of his charming smile and many talents to everyone at Apponequet. JOHN SILVA gives his paint brush to Christine Eldridge. MARGARET MOLTENBREY wills Sandy Reynolds to Mrs. Roberts. Good Luck, Mrs. R.l BARBARA CHACE bequeaths her industrious manner to Brenda Souza. MARIE ASHLEY leaves her quiet smile and ways to the incoming Senior class. They ' ll need them! RICHARD BROWN surrenders his freshman football team to the new coach. PAULA SCANLON relinquishes her desk in 205 to up-and-coming kin. BILL HORN and GEORGE FORBES leave the Voke . . . quietly. EILEEN and ELAINE SYLVIA will their confused image to the Giberti twins. SHARYN HOWLAND bequeaths her vivaciousness to Charlene Chace. BOB NELSON leaves his many broken hearts for Ray Horton to mend. RICHARD NADEAU wills his place in the choir to Stephen. ELAINE CASWELL departs in her little, green bug. MARJORIE ASHLEY and IDA REBEL CAMPBELL leave their giggles, peroxide, and their latest book, How to Make Fast Friends . . . Beg your pardon, it ' s How to Make Friends Fast. RUTH BAKER, leaving for the South, bequeaths her favorite television programs and interests in the New Bedford area to Joan Ashley. CHERYL ROUNSEVELL relinquishes her cot in the nurse ' s room. EDDIE ST. YVES wills his angelic-like goatee to Joe Bradford. AL FOSTER leaves saying, Behind every great man is money. SUSAN TERRY leaves the N.H.S. spaghetti supper to Chris Dalphin. TOM HOTZ gives his mischievous nature and deceptive halo to Ray Cabral. FRANCOISE LANCHEC leaves us with tears in our eyes. It has been wonderful, Fran! BARBARA DELANO and BONNIE FLINT surrender their parachutes to those bound for Lovers ' Leap. Class Will — 1968 SUSAN ASHLEY and KENNETH HALL leave that corner table in the library to Armand and Donna. LINDA SLINK SORENSEN bequeaths her walk and her uncanny driving skill to Betty Overlock. MARY REZENDES leaves her ravishing smile to Sherri Larsh. ELAINE HYDE wills her eagerness to learn to Jo Anne Souza. CARL MARONN bequeaths his baloney, pickle, and cheese sandwiches to Dale Cunningham. GENE MARSHALL and MIKE MELLO leave Mr. Cyr with gray hair but a quiet home- room. FRED HEYWOOD leaves his H ' s in speech class. EMMA SULLIVAN wills her constant spirit to the ages. GARY CROOK leaves P.O.D. still arguing. CURTIS BLAIR leaves Mr. Torres his tips on classroom drama, and Mr. Mitchell with the remains of his lab . . . we hope! NORMAN TEED departs quietly in a cloud of blue . . . What? Exhaust fumes, naturally. VAUGHN GREENE leaves his acting ability on and off stage to Robert Reinhagen. MARY TOLLEY wills her wild hairdos to Lydia Draghetti. PAT CABRAL leaves humming something from Carousel. NANCY CHACE bequeaths her ability to roam the corridors without a pass to any underclassman who can get away with it. MARY CUDWORTH surrenders her admiration of younger men to someone. Who? ELEANOR DARLING leaves her tactics on How to boss a rooster. RAY WESTGATE leaves his stylish clothes and corridor walking flat feet to Roger Poineau. NANCY PINA gives her dancing shoes to Jeannie Parent. CAROL PAULL and SHEILA MACOMBER leave their friendship to Betty Gladu and Diane Duprey. JAMES TAYLOR relinquishes that big, green sack to Santa. PAUL JOHNSON leaves his scoring records on the book. JON CAMPEAU gives his absentee-list route to Eddie Santos ... a star of the track team. DIANE NELSON leaves her make-up tests for the teachers to correct. BETTY TERRY wills her changeable nature to Donna Dalphin. GAIL WALKER leaves her famous last words . . . I ' m going to flunk. LESLIE TERRIEN wills his swinging feet to Arthur Reposa. MILTON RICE leaves his shot put and discus records for David to break. JOEL PLISSEY bequeaths his impressionable appearance to Dave Shanks. LYNNE PASKA leaves for Middleboro. The senior class leave their book on Proper Court Etiquette to MR. TORRES. The entire senior class leave the faculty their sincere appreciation for their help and understanding throughout four years of high school. “Md When you Work With Cove, you Mind yourself Zo yourself Md Zo One Another, And Zo Qod. ” 44 juniors Class Officers Brenda Souza, Treasurer; Barbara Hartley, Secretary; Dale Cunningham, President; Donna Wilcoxen, Vice President. 45 Sophomores I i I F Class Officers Robert Reinhagen, Treasurer; David Ashley, President; Raymond Cabral, Vice President; Judith Holden, Secretary. 47 Ireskmen Class Officers Wmm ■ -sgggcgsaa Linda Churchill, Secretary; Yvonne Guertin, Treasurer; Brenda Sparkman, Vice President; Paulette Tolley, President. 49 Wayne Sorel, Vice President; Nancy Buckley, Secretary; Jane Townsend, Treasurer. 51 52 Linda Delano, Secretary; Wayne Summers, Vice President; Curtis Richmond, President; John Haskins, Treasurer. 53 umor Migh faculty RUTH O. BABBITT CHARLES A. CHACE JOHN A. GIRARD ROBERT W. GRUNDY ERIC JORGENSEN EUGENE A. KENNEDY JOHN W. LEONARD KATHERINE INGLIS KATHERINE V. MAIN JOHN RILEY GARDNER P. SHERMAN NORMA B. WILKIE 54 “Zhey Should Kememeber Zheir Pleasures With Qratitude. Js Zhey Would Zhe Mar vest Of A Summer. ” 55 Rational Mom Society J. Ashley, S. Gudewicz, E. Hyde, G. Walker, K. Hall, G. Crook, J. Guimares. S. Terry, C. Dalphin, A. Fermino, S. Starling, K. Freitas, J. Souza. R. Clark, J. Fernandes, B. Nelson, C. AAaronn, J. Flores, B. Armstrong, J. Donovan. D. Wilcoxen, B. Hartley, F. Lanchec, S. Ashley, B. Armstrong, N. Townsend, C. Dalphin, I. Iljas, M. Beech. W. Sumner, AA. Rines, A. Reynolds, L. Churchill, L. Souza, B. Souza, F. Silva, R. Clarke, AA. Rezendes, J. Chadwick. G. Crook, F. Boon, B. Chace, R. Brown, N. Teed, F. Wilbur, C. Chace, L. Sorensen. Student Council Senior Migh ' Debating Club E. Rogers, M. Cudworth, D. Houston, K. Donaghy. J. Souza, D. Dalphin, S. Jordan. J. Chadwick, L. Courtemanche, C. Mann, K. Mann. K. Sellars, F. Boon, S. Stark. junior High Debating Club French Club E. O ' Brien, J. Lopes, G. Walker, L. Richmond, J. Souza, J. Ashley. D. Wilcoxen, E. Sylvia, B. Souza, F. Lanchec, J. Brightman, M. Cudworth, C. Ashley, E. Sylvia. J. Fernandes, R. Clarke, B. Pace, P. Perry, C. Chace, C. Dalphin. C. Sullivan, L. Young, R. Reinhagen, S. Foster, R. Clarke, N. Townsend, R. Robinson, C. Sullivan, O. DeJesus, A. Waino. B. Hartley, AA. Reynolds, B. Beech, J. Ashley, F. Silva, D. Duprey, E. Gladu, N. Lawton, R. Cabral, D. AAcCormack, L. Mansfield. D. Houston, D. Shurtleff, L. Perry, L. Fairhurst, J. Adams, L. Cookson, P. Perry, B. Pace, L. Richmond, J. Brightman, R. Woodis, J. Fernandes. R. Peabody, E. Longton, B. Spooner, A. Lavoie, R. Henderson, F. Boon, J. Wilson, C. Riordan. Catin Club future J urses S. Terry, P. Timberlake, E. Gladu, N. Lawton, C. Pauli, D. Nelson, AA. Reynolds. J. Babbitt, P. Stone, S. Garafalo, B. Chace, G. Walker, R. Giberti, L. Desrocher. L. Richmond, AA. Rezendes, E. Sylvia, E. Sylvia, D. Nelson, N. Lawton, AA. Cudworth, L. Sorensen, J. Lopes, D. Duprey. future Zeachers Driver SducatioH L. Ashley, E. Sullivan, D. Wilcoxen, E. O ' Brien, P. Luiz, B. Terry, B. AAacNeil, D. Nelson. E. Rogers, R. Giberti, P. Sherman, M. Viveiros, L. Paska, R. Baker, B. Delano, L. Pearson, G. Griffith, J. Lopes. R. Peabody, F. Guyon, A. Glory, J. Silva, H. Buckley, R. Nadeau, R. Plogger, R. Johansen, S. Nadeau. J. Lopes, A. Fermino, E. Kinsman, D. Duprey, J. Poulin, E. Gladu, N. Lawton, R. Martin. M. Rose, K. Giberti, S. Scanlon, B. Bishop, S. Garafolo, S. Walker, J. Guimares, K. Freitas, M. Rullo, J. Singster, R. Woodis. C. Ashley, D. Rice, A. Bissaro, W. Brule, E. Ashley, R. Poineau, R. Roberts, H. Rose, R. Smith, P. Szczepkowski. Student Secretaries jf IMImTm 1 vWl If Bilim I lMI n® 1 iiin ira j Wn Immia 1 illiilla A. McGinnis, L. Pearson, R. Martin, S. Howland, A. Jones, L. Desrocher. B. Delano, J. Guimares, S. Starling, L. Ashley, P. Cabral, B. Flint, J. Singster, J. Poulin. K. Freitas, L. Draghetti, K. Giberti, S. Garafalo, M. Dunham, M. Rullo, G. Griffith. J. Kresge, H. Rose, W. Cambra, E. Pittsley, G. Frates. D. Rice, A. Bissonnette, A. Raposa, R. Peabody, P. Morrissette, R. Roberts. Audio- Visual Xides Pep Club B. Barrows, J. Donovan, E. Petravicz, P. Johnson, R. Brown, G. Norwood, M. Rice, G. Correia. E. Santos, D. Rice, J. Plissey, F. Heywood, B. Ne ' son, R. Robinson, B. Armstrong, J. Fernandes, B. Cortes. 62 Varsity Club Art Club junior at mat Honor Society Compliments of MELLO ' S COUNTRY SUPER MARKET, Main Street, Lakeville, Mass. 63 Choir (j iris’ Choir fJr-Migh Choir 64 if, Quartets Joanne Souza, Leslie Richmond, Claire Corti, Polly Sherman. Vaughn Greene, Leslie Richmond, Claire Corti, Robert Reinhagen. ZribesmeH Brian Barrows, Eddie St. Yves, Vaughn Greene, Robert Reinhagen, G. Correia, E. Petravicz, D. Chafee, C. Blair, I. Irsan, J. Fernandes. 65 Apponequet Mand 66 THE ASTRONOTES PREP BAND STRING ENSEMBLE Pat Cabral— Julie Bob Reinhagen— Billy April 5-6 the Apponequet High School Choir Presented (We ' ll fell you where to go)! Carousel Curtis Blair— AAr. Snow Leslie Richmond— Carrie Vaughn Greene— Jigger Sponsored by the HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR 68 pponequet Chapter of Francoise Lanchec sister Susan Ashley. Irsan and Francoise with friends in the library. Irsan lljas brother Fred Heywood. CAFETERIA 70 CUSTODIANS MRS. THOMASSEN ‘Zhe Zime you Won your Zown the Kace We Chaired you Zhrough the Mdfketplaee; Mon and Uoy Stood Cheering ISy, And Monte We Brought you Shoulder-Migh. ” 71 football Position SENIORS QB BOB NELSON— Co-Captain HB PAUL JOHNSON— Co-Captain E VAUGHN GREENE FB JOE CARROLL RG MILT RICE E JIM TAYLOR RT JOHN FLORES AAuckled! What a way to end the season. Charge! 72 1962 SEASON RECORD OPPONENT A V Nantucket 12 0 West Bridgewater 6 18 Franklin 0 16 Provincetown 28 0 Old Rochester 16 32 Martha ' s Vineyard 27 0 Medfield 6 18 Dighton-Rhehoboth 0 6 Wet, isn ' t it? Nelson follows blockers around the end. Correia cuts his way through opponent ' s defense. Nice try! Get ' em, Joe! Sponsored by BISHOP ' S VARIETY STORE, Middleboro Road, East Freetown, Mass. 73 f asketball BOB NELSON PAUL JOHNSON Co-captain Co-captain SCORES OPPONENT HO ME AWAY Martha ' s Vineyard 49-59 56-43 Somerset 60-73 45-47 Dighton-Rehoboth 63-51 51-53 Westport 47-42 60-47 Middleboro 61-38 Case 41-74 31-65 Diman Voke 55-50 52-47 Old Rochester 44-57 57-58 Prevost 46-53 28-60 Holy Family 27-48 45-72 VARSITY 74 Does he or doesn ' t he . . . use flubber? m Hey! Where ' s the ladder? Now, what do I do with it? VAUGHN GREENE FRED HEYWOOD 1963 Zennls Zeam R. Clarke, B. Armstrong, E. St. Yves, G. Norwood, F. Heywood, P. Johnson, T. Hotz. Baseball B. Nelson, V. Greene, J. Taylor, R. Nadeau, B. Barrows, J. Donovan, R. Horton, R. Robinson. Zrack D. Parker, V. Adams, A. Lavoie, M. Rice, R. Poineau, G. Correia, J. Carroll. D. Rice, S. Ashley, B. Pilling, E. Petravicz, J. Doherty, J. Almeida, B. Cortes. Varsity 0irls ' Sports SCORES OPPONENT HOME AWAY Dighton-Rehoboth 18-36 9-41 Jesus Mary Academy 21-37 10-31 New Bedford Voke 20-49 21-31 Taunton 12-28 Somerset 12-28 junior Varsity Volleyball Now, this ... is a ball! Compliments of a Friend 77 Varsity Cheerleaders VARSITY Barbara Hartley Nancy Townsend Robin Clarke Sherri Larsh Barbara Shaw Jackie Guimares Charlene Chace Chris Dalphin— Captain Pat Perry Betty Pace JUNIOR VARSITY Donna Bassett Marilyn Townsend— Captain Jane Cassidy Penr y Neilson Jane Townsend Doris Kitchen Nelgryn Spooner Lorraine Chiuppi Ellen Darling Vivian Poirier fumr Varsity what ' s next, Chris? Coronation Mall 1963 AAardi Gras King and Queen— Mary Rezendes Ladies in waiting— Cheryl Rounsevell Richard Brown and Francoise Lanchec 1962 Football Queen BARBARA CHACE Special Scents Mardi Qras 79 Candids who made that basket? Tea time? Faculty leaves for parts unknown. Faculty-Varsity basketball game. Faculty Cheerleaders. Decorating Christmas tree. ' Now, in the matuie male . . 80 Patrons Mr. A. E. Desautels Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Mavor Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Dorsey Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genovese Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Simas Chick, the busdriver Fred and Chris Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeJesus Mr. Earl Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Willaim A. Crampton Carl and Charlene Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duseault Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker Mr. and Mrs. Eric Jorgensen Kenny and Sue Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ashley Eddie and Donna Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Owen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Flores Jr. Irene S. Gudewicz Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown Paul and Sandy Royce Aluminum Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walker Mr. and Mrs. Chester O. Walker Postmaster and Mrs. John L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cyr Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Plissey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Nanfelt Cindy and Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Maranville Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Tolley Mr. and Mrs Robert Shaw Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Terry Jr. Miss Marie O ' Neill Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Blair Mrs. Helen J. Sorensen Slink and John Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood French Mr. and Mrs. ‘Dennis Andrade Mr. and Mrs. Peter Baker Frank ' s Motors Mr. and Mrs. Guyon Mr. and Mrs. Donald Torres Mr. and Mrs. Carragher Mr. and Mrs. Octave LeConte Frates at the Point Anne H. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Timberlake Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stone Mr. Frank Ames Loretta ' s Luncheonett Frank Silvia Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heywood Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ashley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marianno Rezendes Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jeffery Betty and Vaughn Mr. David J. Matthews Bob and Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. John F. Usher Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Brightman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Bissonnette J Mr. and Mrs. Almon L. Turner Margie and Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cudworth Brownie and Mary A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Chase Dick and Barbara Joe and Louise Curtis and Janice Blumes Jewelry The L. Darlings Driver Education Automobile Donors Apponequet Latin Club LAKESIDE PACKAGE STORE JOE SIMMONS AND SONS CONSTRUCTION North Main Street ROUTE 18 LAKEVILLE ASSONET ALBERT FOSTER, JR. EAST FREETOWN LAKEVILLE PHARMACY 69 Main Street LAKEVILLE Land Clearing Brush Removal Power Saw Work — Firewood Snow Removal and Sanding ANITA ' S BEAUTY SALON County Road EAST FREETOWN ASSONET STAR MARKET South Main Street ASSONET MIDDLEBOROUGH TRUST COMPANY 10 Center Street CHARLIE ' S BARBER SHOP County Road, Freetown 2 Barbers LAKEVILLE SAND AND GRAVEL Precinct Street LAKEVILLE GOLDEN SPUR RANCH Staples Shore Road LAKEVILLE ROUNSEVELL ' S POULTRY FARM Mason Road EAST FREETOWN S AND S LUMBER COMPANY Highland Road LAKEVILLE K. R. REZENDES CONSTRUCTION CO. ASSONET, MASS. BAKER ' S APPLE ORCHARD Vaughn Street LAKEVILLE MIDDLEBOROUGH SAVINGS BANK South Main Street at the FOUR CORNERS EGGER ' S FUNERAL HOME 61 Pearl Street MIDDLEBOROUGH HOTZ BROTHERS MINK FARM Cross Road MIDDLEBOROUGH WIRTHMORE RESEARCH FARM South Main Street BERKLEY C. P. WASHBURN COMPANY Cambridge Street MIDDLEBOROUGH MIDDLEBORO CENTRAL CLEANERS 200 Centre Street MIDDLEBOROUGH Compliments of Q Friend BERKLEY GENERAL STORE North Main Street BERKLEY NEW BEDFORD PUBLIC LINKS 1 8 Hole Golf Course 337 HATHAWAY ROAD LONG POND LODGE County Road LAKEVILLE LAKEVILLE RECREATION Main Street LAKEVILLE BERKLEY COMMON GARAGE North Main Street BERKLEY MY WIFE AND 1 Bedford Street LAKEVILLE CHERRY and WEBB Purchase Street NEW BEDFORD HADROSE BUILDERS Padelford Street BERKLEY ST. YVES MOTOR SALES County Road BERKLEY MIDDLEBORO CO-OPERATIVE BANK 30 South Main MIDDLEBOROUGH ASSONET GARAGE South Main Street ASSONET MACOMBER BROS. 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