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Show Hide text for 1966 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1966 volume: “ ©able (ilantente: Bcbtrattnn 2 Aimxtntstratton 4 enter l Tgh Jiantlt 6 enters II Wnberrlassmen 53 luntnr i ' iafx Jfanilt 61 Buntnr l igh 54 (©rgantzations 69 sports 87 pecial (fbents 103 Abs Ill I 0 n 1966 Joseph (il. tma« " His life was gentle, and the elements So mix ' d in him, that Nature might stand And say to all the world, " This was a man! ' " — Shakespeare Here at Apponequet, we have all been exposed to books, everything from An Introduction to Electronics to Let ' s Drive Right, from The Prince to Lord of the Flies. From them, up until now, we have gotten a quantity of knowledge along with laughter and some pain. The Polar ion staff is proud to present to the Class of 1966 a gift of joy from books — Homer the Intelligent Bookworm. Remember that Homer is no ordinary bookworm; he is just as educated from books as we are; therefore, we feel that he has an equal right to share the Polar ion with you. He will show you a few highlights of our senior year, with a few backward glances at years gone by. Homer and the staff hope you enjoy his Polarion tour as much as we have enjoyed arranging it for you. We hope your enjoyment increases with the years, as you continue to feel the spirit of the occasions that fill your book. 3 " The important business of the public school system is that of helping to train youth, in partner- ship with home and church, for full and respon- sible citizenship. The twelve year program has many different features in it, — scholarship, meeting re- quirements and taking responsibility, planning for future education or skilled employment, learning to work cooperatively, sharing for the common good, recognizing the rights of others, pleasure, contribut- ing to the happiness of others and friendship, to name a few. The life of each person has been touched and influenced to some degree. In a short time each of you will be taking up adult responsibilities; some among you have already done so. Time passes very quickly. It is our earnest hope that you will have matured and grown in your ability to think con- structively during these early years of education so that you may, in turn, contribute effectively to the common good. In the years ahead, everyone among you will have others depending upon you for many things. The schools have been working with you to help you gain competence. Will you be able to meet the demands made upon you? " GEORGE R. AUSTIN r ROBERT L. JEFFERY BARBARA CROWE " Congratulations on having achieved such an important milestone in your life. Education is something that no one may take away from you, ever. The more educa- tion you receive, whether formal or in- formal, the better person you will be; and the more prepared for this space age. I wish you well in all of your future endcflvDrs. " JOHN P. BALL hmmT0trator0 ALBERT DUSEAULT (Assistant Principal) LLOYD E. TABER (Director of the Vocational School) 5 (English B partm nt MR. FRANCIS E. ROSE (Dept. Head) ■ " Like a whale ' s back in the sea of prose. " — John Keats MRS. CONSTANCE J. KEAVY " The world stands out on eithei side, No wider than the heart is wide. " — Edna St. Vincent Mtllay MR. ROBERT S. DORSEY " All I have is a voice To undo the folded lie ... " —W. H. Auden - .„ Ial MR. RALPH W. B. " To live in mankind is far more than to live in a name. " — Vachel Lindsay MRS. HARRIET C. PARKER ' Women would rather be right than reasonable. ' — Ogden Nash MR. ALBERT N. GENOVESE " I haven ' t been abroad in so long that I almost speak English without an accent. " — Robert Benchley MR. BERNARD J. POULIOT ♦ ' It is completely unimportant. That is why it is so interesting " — Agatha Christie MISS GERALDINE M. GILUGAN " My time has not yet come either; some are bom posthumously. " — Nietzsche MRS. ANNA N. CRAMPTON (Dept. Head) " Yet this the need of woman, this her curse: To range her little gifts, and give, and give ... " — Dorothy Parker MRS. CONSTANCE B. BARTH " Toward men and toward God she maintained a respectful attitude, lightened by the belief that in a crisis she could deal adequately with either of them. " — Robert Nathan MR. PETER F. DeCOSTA " I consider your conduct unethical and lousy. " — Westbrook Pegler MR. ] ' jand: " F manl i ijlc m fley leave. " » —John Boyle O Art Beftrtment MRS. REGINA J. CALVEY " Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum. " —Oliver Wendell Holmes MR. DONALD J. TORRES " I am a member of the rabble in good standing. " — Westbrook Pegler MR. JOSEPH C. SIMAS " If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what was and never will be. " — Charles Yancey 44 MR. EDWARD L. MITCHELL (Dept. Head) " ... the ultimate fact of irreduc- ible brute matter ... " —Alfred Whitehead MR. EARLE P. HANNA " All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others. " — George Orwell MR. DAVID M. PIASECKI " The Fuhrer is always right. " — Joachim Von Ribbentrop MR. CHARLES A. CHASE " There ' s only one corner of the universe you can be sure of improv- ing, and that ' s your own self. " — Aldous Huxley MRS. EVELYN STAPLES (Dept. Head) " Better the last smile than the first laughter. " — Nietzsche MRS. ELOINE D. VIERA " It hain ' t the money but the prin- ciple o ' the thing. " — Frank McKinney MRS. CECILE E. WEST " Patience, that blending of moral courage with physical timidity. " — Thomas Hardy MISS PATTY L. MARANVILLE " Music, when soft voices die . . . — Percy Shelly MISS BARBARA M. TROMBLEY " Music my rampart, and my onlj ope. " — Edna St. Vincent Millay MR. SIDNEY D. KNOWLTON " Music is love in search of a word. " — Sidney Lanier MR. DAVID J. MATTHEWS " Our bodies are our gardens, to the which our wills are hardeners. " ' — nakespe ' rp v. ISS LORNA G. WALKER " Women have served all these Ity centuries as looking glasses ... re- flecting the figure of man at twice its natural size. " — Virginia Woolf MRS. RUTH V. CLARK " There is no spectacle on earth more appealing than that of a beauti- ful woman in the act of cooking din ner for someone she loves. " — Thomas Wolfe MRS. BALBINA R. LEONARD " The true nature of the home — the shelter . . . from all terror, doubt and division. " — John Ruskin 3lnhustrtai Art0 MR. GARDNER P. SHERMAN " Distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful. " — Nietzsche MR. JOHN RILEY " ... to do the day ' s work and not to bother about tomorrow ... " —Sir William Osier MR. JAMES DALEY " Spread throughout space in a flux of configuration. " —Alfred Whitehead MR. OCTAVE J. LECONTE " Time for all the work and days of hands. " T. S. Eliot MR. LEO J. CHARBONNEAU " Your vision is machines for mal ing more machines. " — Gordon Bottomley MR. FREDERICK S. WILBUR " You tack on the curves with pa- rabola speed and a kiss of good-bye — Karl Shapiro MR. JOHN T. OLIVIERA " The cards are ill-shuffled, till have a good hand. " — Jonathan Swift j - yE)9Ao Nf$N E little Indian Philip Bowman and Louise Churchill, co-editors Jeanne Beauregard, Business Manager Lorraine Cournoyer, Advertising Chairman Joanne Leighton, Typing Chairman Brenda Sparkman and Kathleen Oliver, Subscriptions Co-Chairmen Peter Leonard, Sports Editor Diane Nadeau, Art Editor Marshall Lentini, Photographer Big Chief The Group P I a r « t n t f f Paste used to taste better when I was a kid ! Phil, you ' re an idiot ! Our typing staff sUuggling to finish that first shipment during Christmas vacation ! PRESIDENT Mr. James Copeland Elm Street, Assonet " It is better to have a lion at the head of an army of sheep than a sheep at the head of an army of lions. " — Defoe Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; French Club 1; Weightlifting 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Driver Ed. 2; " ' Jamby " . . . loves hamburgers, french fries, Coca-cola, and chocolate chip ice cream . . . " evidently " . . . hates teachers who take forever to correct tests . . . " buzzard " and " tard " his favorite words . . . wants to be an electrical engineer . . . first in school to wear cran- berry pants . . . always matches his socks with his shirt . . . Compliments of the Copelands VICE-PRESIDENT Miss Lorraine Cournoyer Braley Road, East Freetown " Nothing is so rare as real goodness of heart " — La Rochefoucauld National Honor Society 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Volley 2; Field Hockey 3, 4, co-captain 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Art Club 1; Girls ' Choir 1; Student Council 2, 3; Yearbook Advertising Chairmen 4; " Lorraine " . . . " what ' s new, pussycat. " . . . hates boys with tight pants . . . loves pizza . . . wants to be an airline stewardess . . . found everywhere asking for advertising money . . . shows a lot of class spirit ... an all-round AHS athlete . . . loves those silver, wings . . . Compliments of the Cournoyers SECRETARY Miss Patricia Luz South Main Street, Assonet " Friendship redoubleth joys, and cutteth griefs " Pep Club 1; Student Secretary 3, 4; Class Secretary 3, 4; " Pat " . . . gets indigestion from fried clams, pizza, and ice cream . . . dangles her leg in class to help the circulation . . . hates people who brag about themselves and " put on thte style " . . . " oh no " ... has a hard time selling senior pins . . . had to campaign hard to be class secretary . . . -Bacon Compliments of The Luzes 12 TREASURER Miss Patricia O ' Brien Middleboro Road, East Freetown " The artist does not see things as they are, but as he is. " — Tonnelle Drama Club 1; French Club 1; Class Vice-President 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4, President 4; Class Treasurer 3, 4. " Pat " . . . Can ' t wait to graduate and go to Greenwich Village . . . is known for her bleach-spotted apparel ... is noted for her sarcasm, especially on a stage during the assembly for the election of senior officers . . . " Longody-osoh " . . . hates sickening, agreeable people . . . wishes shoes weren ' t compulsory . . . Compliments of the O ' Briens PRESIDENT, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Mr. Philip Bowman Lake vie IV Heights, Lake v Hie " Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man and writing an exact man. " — Bacoti National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; President 4; Student Council 1; Yearbook co-editor 4; Chess Club 2, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Secretary 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; parliamentarian 3; Dissenter 3, 4; Managing Editor 3; Editor-in-Chief 4. " Professor " . . . wants to be another T. S. Eliot . . . " Leave us flee the scene " . . . hates grammar . . . found eating steak and garlic bread-alone ... " PEGASUS forever! " ... hates Aeschylus, for some reason . . . sees very little of Mr. Rose . . . hates to see girls wear slacks ... an outstanding member of the tennis team often seen practicing his tennis on the court all alone PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Peter Leonard Howland Road, Lakeville " No sensible man watches his feet hit ground. He looks ahead to see what kind of ground they ' ll hit next ! " ■ — Haycox Class President 2; Football 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3, President 4; Basketball 2; Yearbook Sports Editor 4. " Pete " . . . hates English and girls who wear eye shadow ... is al- ways saying " You idiot! " . . . enjoys eating, with steak at the top of the list of favorites ... is known for his afternoon notices, but usually garbles Linda Churchill ' s notices . . . Mr John Adams 107 Middleboro Avenue, East Taunton self; ' Silence is the best course for any man to adopt who distrusts him- — La Rochefoucald " John " . . . hates, above everything else, t o wear a gym suit . . . " never argue with the Fernandes twins because you will never win " . . . loves steak if it ' s cooked right . . . has the unusual distinction of doing homework at home . . . hopes to be a good machinist .... Miss Susan Sarah Adams James Avenue, East Ereetown " It is much safer to obey, than to govern. " — Kemp is Future Nurses 3, 4; President 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; French Club 2; Yearbook 4; Student Secretary 3. " Sue " ... " I want to go home " . . . hates stuck-up people . . . wants to be a nurse . . . loves lobster and, steak . . . has the ivorst sense of direction in the class . . . can ' t tell Whitman High School from Whitman Hanson Regional . . . seems to be particularly interested in Boston . . . definitely likes Northeastern . . . Compliments of the Adams ' Mr. Alan Alves Braley Road, East Freetown " I fell like a fugitive from th ' law of averages. " -Matddin Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Weightlifting 3; Choir 1; Art Club 1, 4; Prom Committee 3, Chairman 3. " Alan " . . . wants to be an aeronautical engineer . . . hates Chevrolets ... " Tm the Supreme love sent down from Heaven above! " . . . still loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches ... " I may not knock you down, but you ' ll do an awful lot of funny things while you ' re standing up. " 14 Mr. Robert Alves 4663 Acushnet Avenue, East Freetown " Man is the only animal that blushes. Or needs to. " -Twain Student Teacher 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Tribesman 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4. " Bob " . . . known for his " hot vehicle " . . . wants to make it to S. M.T.I. . . . hates Lentini and camera . . . " keep your cool " . . . has the oddest ways of walking ... is not usually found without a girl . . . plays cool jazz with Bri when band rehearsal is over . . . Mr. Brian Ashley Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown " From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth. " — Shakespeare Student Teacher 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; Basebair3, 4. " Bri " . . . Favorite saying . . . " You buzzard " . . . likes to break drumsticks and drums . . . has a mad passion for steak sandwiches, especially at Fort Rodman . . . Can always be seen on his motorcycle even in the rain . . . Compliments of the Ashleys Mr. Karl James Ashley III Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown " All Hell shall stir for this. " — Shakespeare Weight lifting 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4j Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Teacher 4. " K.J. " . . . eats peanut butter and toast for breakfast . . . doesn ' t like to get an assignment after the bell rings ... is always saying uh-huh . . . has to have his shirt sleeves rolled up ... picks on girls most of the time . . . wears his heel out tapping it in band . . . slaughters turkeys as his pastime . . . uses his " cranberry picking " as a good excuse for missing rehearsals . . . another one of those hunters while the season ' s open . . . Mr. Robert Ashley Rowland Road, Lakeville " The happiness or unhappiness of men depends as much on their humor as on fortune. " — La RoHchejoucauld Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Treasurer, Varsity Club 4; High School Choir 4; Yearbook 4. " Bo " ... is constantly drumming on his desk or books . . . likes any Italian food . . . hates superior people ... his friends are always kidding him ... an all-around " AHS man " . . . look for where the fun is, and you ' ll find " Bo " . . . Mr. Albert Baker 6 Stetson Street, Lakeville " I can resist everything except temptation ' —Oscar Wilde Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Co-captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Co-captain 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Musical Play 1, 2, 3; High School Choir 1, 2; Art Club 4. " Joey " . . . hates girls who turn him down on the dance floor and low doorways . . . among his favorite foods, string beans rate high and he ' s always got his bright side up . . . Has close connections with the freshman class at U Mass . . . Miss Donna Bassett Reservoir Avenue, Lakeville " As you are woman, so be lovely: As you are lovely, so be various, Merciful as constant, constant as various. " -Graves Class Secretary 2; National Junior Honor Society 1; Cheerleader 1; Latin Club 1, 2; High School Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, High School Choir 4; Sandpipers 4; Pep club 3, 4; " Dissenter " staff 3, 4; Drama Workshop 4; Yearbook 4; Musical Plays 1, 2, 4; Chess Club 2. Donna . . . likes lobster and spaghetti . . . hates to wear shoes . . . always says " That ' s the breaks " . . . breaks up Mr. Rose ' s discussions with her hiccups . . . gets plenty of teasing about the height of her coiffure . . . 16 Mr. Warren Battistelli Bedford Street, LakevHle " A fellow of plain and uncoined constancy. " " Warren " ... can ' t favorite motto: " O.K. coca-cola and steak . handed . . . — Shakespeare stand girls who don ' t like drive-in movies . . . flunk now and avoid the June rush " . . . loves . . says his only idiosyncrasy is that he ' s left- Miss Jeanne Marie Beauregard 36 Har court Avenue, LakevHle " For a woman grace and delicac y are sure tokens of truth. " ■ — Balzac Smith Junior High 1, Glee Club 1, Basketball 1; Brockton High School 2, 3; Constitution Committee 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Nomination Comittee 2, 3; Advisory Committee 2, 3; Dues Collector 2, 3; Apponequet High School 3, 4; Student Secretary 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Business Manager 4. " Jeanne " . . . wants to be an executive secretary . . . practices her book- keeping by taking care of the yearbook account . . . after eating her favorite food, spaghetti and meatballs, heads for Buck ' s for the bicarb . . . hates hypocrites and flirty girls . . . has a problem with that blush of hers . . . hopes to eventually marry and raise a family on Buck ' s vitamins. Compliments of the Beauregards Miss Susan Belanger 627 Chace Road, East Freetown " Vitality in a woman is a blind fury of creation. ' Drivers ' Education 3; Student Secretary 3, 4; — Shaw " Sue " . . . likes loud music . . a yen for strawberry shortcake ponequet alumnus quite a bit . . . always has a smile ready . . . is always saying " Mooch! " . . . has . . seems to appreciate a certain Ap- . . really loved those typing classes 17 Miss Margaret Bergeron Chipaway Road, East Freetown " Hath not old custom made this life more sweet than that of a painted pump. " — Shakespeare Orchestra 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 2; Pep Club 4; Year- book 4; " Maggie " . . . sneezes funny . . . doesn ' t like the Beatles . . . likes to eat pork hocks and sauerkraut . . . wants to join the army or the navy . . . the only female member of Mrs. Crampton ' s Math II class, poor girl . . . will probably be the first woman admiral in the navy . . . very patiently derives the " ingredients " of Mr. Mitchell ' s un- knowns . . . Miss Barbara Bessey Main Street, LakeviUe " Fortune turns everything to the advantage of her favorites. " ■ — La Rochefoucauld Memorial High School 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Newswriter ' s Club 3; Field Hockey 2; Student Librarian 2; Girls ' League 1, 2, 3; " Barbara " ... a newcomer to Apponequet . . .shares a typing class with some lowly underclassmen . . . likes Chinese chow mein . . . hates Beatle haircuts . . . goes along completely with the Student Council ruling on long hair . . . has the charming problem of blush- ing too easily . . . wants to be a happy housewife and teach her family the art of typing . . . Miss Sonia Blauth R.F.D. 1 Middleboro Road, East Freetown " Remember this — that there is a proper dignity and proportion to be observed in the performance of every act of life. " ■ — Dormer AFS Student from Brazil National Honor Society 4; High School Choir 4; Student Council 4 " Sonia " . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . enjoys American ice cream and fish and chips . . . wants to become a doctor . . . became Americanized very quickly . . . even got used to the noise of the cafeteria in a couple of weeks . . . really loves her Chem-Phys II class . . . found that first AFS Speech the hardest . . . enjoys meet- ing those AFS boys in Boston . . . Compliments of the Coderres Miss Judith Boler Simpson Lane, Assonet " All will spy in thy face A blushing womanly discovering grace. " -Donne Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; President 4; Nation- al Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 4; Dissenter 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 4. " Judy " . . . likes steak, french fries, and John Alden mixed peas and carrots . . . can ' t hang on to her ring . . . says " oh, brother " quite fre- quently ... is known for her soft voice . . . tends to be pessimistic about her ability to parler francais . . . treats many members of the football team on Saturday afternoons at Truesdale ... is willing to join any campaign against math in high school . . . gets a sick feehng when she remembers that French achievement test . . . Compliments of the Bolers Mr. Paul Bonneau Point of Pines Road, East Freetown " Two things instruct man about his whole nature-instinct and ex- perience. " — Pascal " Paul " . . . goes for an expensive gourmet dish: Howdy Beefburgers! . . . wishes he could be taller, but he just stopped growing . . . dis- likes only certain teachers . . . wants to become an auto body man and work at " John ' s Auto Body " . . . Compliments of the Tarandas Mr. Ronald Bonneau Heaven Heights, Lakeville " Pride is equal in all men; and the only difference is in the means and manner of displaying it. " — La Rochejo! cauld " Ronnie " . . . enjoys a quick steak with a popcorn chaser . . . " Ya! You! . . . Although he ' s a great auto mechanic already he wants to be even better . , . has a great sympathy for the sophomore auto class . . . last words: " Ford ' s best " . . . 19 Miss Linda Churchill Leonard Street, Lake v Hie " Without music life would be a mistake. ' -Nietzsche Student Council 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3; Wind Ensemble 4; Student-teacher 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Year- book 4; " Lin " . . . hates not being treated as an individual just because she is a twin . . . also hates being called " Louise " . . . does a lot of secretarial work for Mr. Knowlton . . . " I ' m going to the Music Room " . . . wishes there were more time to practice . . . wants to find a good way to gracefully straddle her cello . . . Compliments of the ChurchiUs Miss Louise Churchill Leonard Street, LakevUle " So when at times the mob is swayed To carry praise or blame too far, We may choose something like a star To stay our minds on and to be staid " — Frost Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Publicity Co-chairman 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3; Class Secretary 1; Honor Society 1, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Yearbook Co-editor 4; Student-teacher 4; " Louise " ... is known for getting more overdue book notices than anyone else . . . never knows what to do with Honor Society passes . . . hates to be called " Linda " or " Louie " . . . likes to eat as long as somebody else cooks . . . goes around being - hit by flying golf balls . . . wishes there were 36 hours in a day . . . Miss JoAnn Coderre R.F.D. 1 Middleboro Road, East Freetown " And if his name be George, I ' ll call him Peter; For new made honour doth forget men ' s names " -Shakespeare D ' rama Workshop 1; Junior Honor Society 1; Girls Choir 1; Chess Club 2; French Club 2; Class Vice-President3; Pep Club 3; Cheer- leader 4; Yearbook 4; Band 4; AFS 4; Student Council 4; Treasurer 4; " Jo " . . . hates moody people . . . likes to eat cheeseburgers and pizza ... is known for her red hair and freckles . . . keeps a very close watch on the Student Council president . . . wishes she knew what Mr. Mitchell ' s unknowns are made of . . . noted for her shyness and quietness . . . 20 Mr. Gary Correia Nelsons Grove, LakevHle " Why should not degrees be granted for good acting? ' —Wilde Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 3; Basketball 1, 3, 4 Co-captain 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3 Vice Pres. 4; Senior Play 4; Council officer in High School; Choir 4; " Gary " can be seen any Wed. Thurs., or Fri., at Panesis throwing oranges. His ambition is to be Phys. Ed. teacher. His pet peeve being of the drinking age. Can be heard saying " Everybody loves somebody " . . . Loves Kale soup is not AE-Caramba " and and Chinese foods . . . He ' s " I feel good " known for dancing in the corridor and singing, Mr. Robert Cortes P.O. Box 31 East Freetown " My affection has an unknown bottom, like the bay of Portugal. " — Shakespeare Football 1, 2 ,3; Co-captain 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Weight lifting 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; President 4; Annual Musical 3, 4; Senior Class Play 4; Drama Workshop 4; " Bob " . . . likes Chevys . . . likes kale soup, linguica, and of course deer meat ... is disturbed when teachers wonder where he is during deer week . . . has never ridden a bus to school . . . Miss Nancy Crispin , 100 Denis Avenue, East Freetown ' Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced " . —Tolstoy WHAT IS ART.? New Bedford High School 1,2; Ceramics Club 2; Chorus 2; Appone- quet H.S. 3, 4; Chess Club 3; French Club 4; Yearbook 4; Art Club 4; Senior Play 4. " Nancy " . . . founder of C.E.N.T.A.U.R. . . . " think spy " . . . loves seafood . . . files her nails in Mr. Hanna ' s classes every day . . . hates cliches . . . plots against P.E.G.A.S.U.S. agents . . . wants to paint like Modigliani . . . has plans already for after the Prom . . . wishes Maine were just a little closer . . . Mr. Dennis DeArruda 182 Precinct Street, Lakeville " Love is a game at which one always cheats. ' Football 1, Club 3. — Balzac 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; Art Club 1, 2, 4; Pep " Dennis " . . . another lover of Italian food and Kale soup, even though he ' ll eat anything cooked by a blonde . . . " always blame it on me " . . . wants most of all to live a happy life . . . hates con- ceited girls and two-faced people . . . Miss Kathleen Donaghy 418 Washburn Road, East Freetown " A poet always has too many words in his vocabulary, a painter too many colours on his palette, and a musician too many notes on his keyboard. " — Cocteati Class treasurer 2; National Junior Honor Society 1; Honor Society President 1; Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club President 3, 4; High School Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Sandpipers 4; French Club 3; Yearbook 4; Annual Musical 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Education 3, " Dissenter " staff 3. " Kathy " ... is known for her giggles . . . blushes easily . . . hates French food but likes Italian food ... is sometimes absent-minded . . . is an absolutely great organist . . . used to imitate the Salvation Army bands with the Churchills . . . wonders who invented younger sisters . . . will wear out the silver charm. Compliments of the Donaghys Mr. Leo DuBois Bedford Street, Lakeville " For life ' s no paragraph And death I think is no parenthesis. ' Driver Education 3. -Ciimm ' mgs " Leo " . . . plots to destroy people who talk to him before break- fast . . . like an All-American boy, he loves steak . . . wants to be a mechanical engineer . . . between cherry pie and cookies ' n ' milk, eats the edges of papers . . . " obviously " . . . enjoys fooling around with old cars as long as they start in the morning . . . 22 Mr. Ronald Dunham Precinct Street, Lakeville " I am a great friend to public amusements, for they keep people from vice. " -Johnson Football 1 " Ronnie " . . . protests has too much homework . . . wants to be an automobile mechanic ... in the car feud, he ' s against Chevies . . . " Chevrolets don ' t go " . . . claims he hates to use a Chevy, but admits they sometimes come in handy . . . will be satisfied if he ' s served steak all the time . . . Mr. Peter Faye Lakeville Hospital, Lakeville " Kindness is the principle of tact, and respect for others the first condition of savoir-vivre. " — Ami el Basketball 3; tennis 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Treasurer 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Play 4; Choir 4 " Pete " ... a vehement fan of James Bond . . . would like to get to use his Laser beam on any critics of Agent 007 . . . loves to eat welsh rarebit, even if he can ' t spell it ... known for his modesty ... " I perfect " . . . loves those little foreign cars . . . Mr. Alfred Fernandes County Street, Lakeville " It is not the nature of man to keep going forward; it has its ebbs and flows. " ■ — Pascal Football 1, 2, 3, 4; co-captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3., 4 " Al " . . . wants to be the boss wherever he is ... philosophy of life: " never do what you can get away without dcing. " has troubles keeping track of his shoes . . . " Ma " , where ' s my shoes? " . . . resents over-talkative people with deaf ears . . . has a devilish twinkle in his eye . . . 23 Mr. Edward Fernandes County Road, LakeviUe " Tis better to love than be loved; in loving one has choice. " — Conitesse Diane Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football co-captain 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; ' Eddie " . . . hates having to do what people tell him to do ... Fd rather do it myself " . . . has absolutely no patience . . . forces himself to like, or at least listen to string music, for some reason or other . . . could live on strawberry shortcake . . . wants to be a toolmaker . . . has the distinction, with his brother, of being Apponequet ' s only identical twin boys . . . Miss Marianne Frei Clear Po?id Road, LakevHle " There is an awful warmth about my heart like a load of immortality. " —Keats AFS Foreign Exchange Student from Switzerland; Student Council 4; National Honor Society 4; Future Teachers of America 4; High School Choir 4. " Marianne " . . . graces American slang with her accent . . . loves hot dogs . . . keeps healthy with an apple for lunch . . . tries hard, but can ' t seem to remember her telephone number . . . " Oh, I forgot! " . . .hates those noisy study halls . . . joins a French IV class when she can, to educate it in Swiss culture . . . competes with Van Cliburn for top piano playing ... is under the bad influence of certain junior girls in the library . . . tires always to be hopeful . . . Miss Jocelyn Gagne Bryant Neck Road, Assonet " Our feelings have more to do with making us sociable and pleasant than our intellect. " — La Bntyere Audio-Visual Aide 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4; captain 3; manager 4; Basketball manager 4; Art Club 4. " Joyce " . . . wants to get ahead in life . . . hates the kids who bump into her and shove her around in the hall . . . helps out fumbling teachers with her good-natured skill with the projectors . . . " that ' s life " . . . hates to be forgotten by the yearbook staff just because she ' s stuck in the junior high wing . . . would forget every- thing if she could have fried clams . . . 24 Miss Marcia Lee Galfre Bedford Street, Lakeville " When in doubt, tell the truth. " — Twain Library Aide 1,4 " Marcia " . . . fools around with her hair all the time . . . " Oh, Mr. Baker! " . . . hates people who interrupt her while she ' s reading . . . loves those office machines that are forever on the blink . . . wants to be an IBM operator or a commercial artist . . . tries hard to keep Mrs. Parker ' s library quiet and fairly organized, finds it a touch job . . . gets writer ' s carmp from all those overdue notices . . . Mr. Richard Gifford 612 Ouanapoac Road, East Freetown " Man may be convinced, but they cannot be pleased, against their will. " ■ — Johnson " Dick " . . . hates guys who hate Fords ... a nut for steak ... has to work hard so he can be a good machinist . . . says he hates sports cars, but he still drives them . . . Compliments of The Giffords Miss Juliette Goulet Lucie Avenue, East Freetown " Wedding is destiny and hanging likewise " New Bedford High School 1, 2, retary 3, 4. " Julie " . . . has a quick temper very sarcastic when she ' s angry hyprocrites and guys who aren ' t with it . . . wants to become a private secretary . . . " can ' t hack the pace " . . . " hang it in your wall locker " — Heytvood 3; Apponequet H.S. Student Sec- . . drives like a maniac . . . gets . . likes Italian food . . . hates 25 4-. Miss Yvonne Guertin 13 Keith Avenue, LakevHle " The only victory over love is flight. " • — Bonaparte Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; Honor Society 1; Pep Club 4; Latin Club 3; Yearbook 4; " Yvonne " . . . hates two faced people . . . really hates driving behind a slow car ... likes to eat pizza, cotton candy, and butterscotch sundaes . . . can be seen wearing a whistle in front of marching band . . . gets frustrated trying to get the attention of the band . . . hates being called " Yivonne " by Mr. Knowlton . . . wishes her majorettes could practice in the music room without wrecking it . . . noted for her own " slow " driving . . . Compliments of The Guertins Miss Janet Gunnerson 343 County Road, East Freetown " Do you not know I am a woman? when I think, I must speak. " — Shakespeare Girls ' Choir 2; Art Club 4; Student Secretary 4; " Janet " . . . hopes to become a legal secretary . . . likes those men in uniform . . . likes steak and pizza (?) ... hates snoopy photo- graphers who ask her to fake a master . . . " I ' ll be jiggered " . . . doesn ' t go for people who gossip behind other people ' s backs . . . pleases fussy boys with her beautiful long hair . . . Compliments of The Gunnersons i Mr. Dennis Gurney 109 Main Street, LakeviUe " By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may eventually get to a boss, and work twelve a day. " — Frost Football 1; " Dennis " . . . finds it hard to stay awake in his English class . . . loves anything, as long as it ' s food ! ... hates homework like any normal boy ... in the never-ending war of Chevrolet VS Ford, he takes the Ford side . . . hopes to be an auto mechanic ... if he keeps on defending Ford, he may be president of the corporation, someday . . . " don ' t rush me " , though . . . 26 Mr. Brian Haskins Eltn Street, Assonet " Let me free your mind from one impediment You must try to detach yourself from what you still feel as your responsilibity. " — Eliot Junior Honor Society 1; Yearbook 4; French Club 1 " Haski " . . . likes to eat chocolate cake and mashed potatoes (?) ... doesn ' t like people who yell when they talk . . . doesn ' t believe in sleeping his life away . . . loves to hunt rabbits before he does his homework . . . has a gripe with a certain car-dealer in Lakeville . . . argues the car battle while analyzing his unknown . . . Seen pretty often with a blonde from his village . . . tries hard to avoid shooting " Jamby " when they hunt together . . . Mr. Robert Henderson Box 263 Lakeville Heights, Lakeville " You ask if I see yonder gate and I reply I almost think I do. -Frost Latin Club 1; Art club 1; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Yearbook 4 " Bob " . . . likes to eat anything but school lunches . . . hates people who waste time . . . has a close feeling for the junior class, for some odd reason . . . likes the thinnest possible levis he can buy . . . prefers madras in his shirts . . . never has a whole locker to himself poor boy . . . Miss Kathleen Holland 596 Lakeville Avenue, Lakeville " Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content. " — Greene French Club 1 ; Camera Club 1 ; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4 " Kathy " . . . tends to be a little pessimistic about school . . . " Fm going to flunk! " . . . needs her peanut butter cookies to keep her going . . . hopes to be either a nurse or an airline stewardess . . . plans to serve her favorite fudge bars to all her patients to make them feel better . . . campaigns against greasy hair and dirty finger- nails . . . wishes the world of fashion would stick to plain, solid colors in clothes . . . practically inseparable companion of Jane . . . 27 Miss Jane Johnson 380 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " You do not have to shout, but if you whisper, the whisper had better be good. " — Leavitt French Club 2; Future Nurses Club 3 " Janie " ... a pessimist at heart ... " I give up " . . . hates people who are late . . . wants things to go her way ... " I want to go home " . . . loves cream-filled donuts, ' cause they don ' t give her any weight problem . . . wants to go into floral designing, with emphasis on using French poodles in her arrangements . . . Miss Doris Kitchen High Street, Assonet " Who walks with beauty has no need of fear. " — Morton Class President 3; Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 2; Volleyball 2; Choir 1; Student Secretary 3, 4; Yearbook 4 " Doris " . . . can always be found on West Street, Middleboro . . . loves convertibles with no back windows . . . wants to be ■ an execu- tive secretary . . . pet peeve is the Marine Corps . . . " Wait till I tell you?! " ... loves fried clams ... famous for dragging her feet in the corridors . . . " Guess who . ' ' " . . . Mr. Richard Kitchen High Street, Assonet " Life demands from you only the strength you possess. Only one feat is possible — not to have run away. " Hatmnarskjold Baseball 1, 3, 4 " Rich " . . . wants to play baseball as a career . . . tends to procras- tinate . . . " never do today what you can do tomorrow " . . . likes to eat cheaply on hamburgers . . . foolishly does his homework at home . . . doesn ' t really appreciate English with Mr. Chace . . . 28 Miss Carla Kleiner South Main Street, Assonet " How sweet is love itself possess ' d . . -Shakespeare Chess Club 2; French Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; co-captain 4; Softball 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; co-publicity chairman 4; Prom Committee 3; Senior Class Play 4; Wind Ensemble 4; " Carla " . . . wants most of all to live a healthy and complete life ... on a windy fall day, often found blowing all over the football field strapped to a bass drum . . . known for her shyness with boys . . . helps certain servicemen stay happy with news from home . . . suffered the loss of her front tooth just before Christmas . . . plaques the refs everywhere in support of the basketball game . . . Comuliments of The Kleiners Miss Diane Labonte Middleboro Road, East Freetown " It is in spending oneself that one becomes rich. " -Sarah Bernhardt Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1; Gymnastics 3; " Diane " . . . doesn ' t like to be late ... is known for her sexy hairdo . . . likes steak and french frigs- . . . hates to have her age considered before her personality . . . always ready to do a favor ... is very helpful to the ignorant nudniks who don ' t know how to use a master . . . makes newcomers to Apponequet welcome very soon . . . Miss Carole A. LaFountain Bullock Road, East Freetown " An archangel a little damaged. " — Lamb Volleyball 2; Student Secretary 2, 3; Library Aide 4; Art Club 4; " Carole " . . . another pizza lover . . . can ' t stand people who don ' t trust each other . . . seems to go for a certain Apponequet alumnus over her class . . . wore some of the most unusual gym suits ever seen in girls ' phys. ed. classes . . . faces her problems calmly; " oh, you ' re kidding ! " ... Compliments of The LaFountains 29 Miss Bonnie Lou Larsh Highland Road, Lakeville " Women only give to friendship what they borrow from love. " — Chnmfort Pep Club 1; Home Economics Club 1; Art Club 3, 4; Nurses Club 3, 4 " Bonnie " . . . likes meeting people . . . suffers indigestion, but still loves to eat pickle and lettuce sandwiches . . . hates married men, because they are! . . . her favorite friendly answer: " No! " . . . wants to marry an ideal, young man with blonde hair, blue eyes — and money . . . Miss Susan Lav en tu re Middleboro Road, East Freetoivn " Politeness of mind consists in the conception of honorable and delicate thoughts. " La Rochejoucanld New Bedford High School 1, 2, 3; Apponequct 4 " Susan " . . . hopes to become a writer . . . " boy, we all gotta live! " ... hates old teachers because they ' ve been around so long . . . loves fried eggs with french fries (?) ... views the world over the top of her glasses, which dangle on the end of her nose . . . Miss Joanne R. Leighton Myricks Street, Lakeville " Flight for the religion of God. — The Korau Orchestra 1; Girls ' choir 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Soft- ball 3; Volleyball 2; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4 " Jo-Jo " . . . has the high ambition of doing her best with the talents God has given her . . . enjoys pizza and pickles (separately!) but really loves " Mrs. Boehner ' s Homemade Spaghetti " . . . makes people think she ' s seasick with her rocking back and forth . . . feels she blushes too easily . . . seems to have a personality clash with her little sister " Gi-gi " . . . 30 Mr. Marshall Lentini 282 Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " I must Create a system, or be enslav ' d by another Man ' s; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create " French Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Future Teacher 4; chess club 4; Student Council 1,2; " Marsh " . . . likes to eat things like frogs ' legs and snails . . . can be seen carrying a big greenbag ... is known for breaking up classes by blowing his nose . . . has a definite paranoid tendency . . . hates little brothers . . . prefers calculus to the Senior Scholastic ... is one of Apponequet ' s youngest graduates . . . Compliments of The Lentinis Mr. Wjlliam Lyons Kkhmond Road, Assonet " Men are like money; we must take them for their value, whatever may be the effigy. " Madame Necker Baseball 2; Football 4; figures that the first eighty years of man ' s life are the hopes that people " Billy- hardest . . . enjoys all kinds of Chinese food say about him: " He looks like an angel and acts like one too, but " . . .hates bleached blondes because of their dark roots Compliments of The Lyonses Mr. Raymond Malenfant Howl and Road, Lakeville " He almost looks religious; " — Frost Basketball 1, 2, 3; Manager 1, 2; Baseball 1; Manager 1; Football 1; Manager 1; Tennis 3, 4; Drivers education 3; Varsity Club 4; " Da Bear " . . . always scratches his head when he ' s thinking . . . hates Perry Como and English . . . likes pizza, steak, and hot fudge sundaes . . . can be found throwing tennis balls at birds . . . makes fun of true blondes by teasing . . . " Hydrogen peroxide is the root of all evil " . . . keeps " the Star " (running out of business?) . . . 31 Mr. Merrill Marshall 102 Ma ' ni Street, Lakeville " A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. " -Bacon Football 1, 2; High School Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager 4; Tribesmen 2, 3, 4; Manager 3, 4; " Merrill " . . . hates homework . . . feels he ' s in a minority because he owns a Pontiac . . . wants to get a, good paying job no matter what it is ... could cat pizza or cheeseburgers for breakfast . . . has trouble with his hair flopping all the time . . . Mr. David Martin Lakeside Aveune, Lakeville " Soap and education are not as sudden as a massacre, but they are more deadly in the long run. " — Ttvaiti Art Club 4; Annual Musical 2; " Dave " . . . hates Monday morning . . . doesn ' t see the point to studying . . . likes pizza . . . hasn ' t missed a day of school since 7th grade . . . prefers high-heeled boots to sneakers . . . likes cars, the older, the better . . . Compliments of The Martins Miss Sandra Martins Taunton Street, Lakeville " When we walk faster, when we walk alone. " -Bonaparte " Sandy " . . . resents people who take over her lunch table . . . argues constantly " I ' m not going steady . . . wears that silver band on her left hand . . .didn ' t appreciate crawling under a table to have her picture taken for the yearbook . . hopes to marry an accountant . . . Compliments of The Marlinses 32 Mr. Henry MacDonald Kingman Street, LakevHle " God is in heaven and thou upon earth: Therefore, let thy words be as few. " — Ecclesiastes 5:2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Student Teacher 4 " Mark " . . . hates the Beatles and all hairy guys . . . likes steak and maple walnut ice cream . . . believes in walking softly and carry- ing a big stick . . . usually doesn ' t say much . . . watch out for his wit, it ' s barbed ... an unappreciated baritone soloist in the band has the awesome responsibility of keeping track of Mr. Torres " World Cultures folders . . . Mr. James McGrath Buena Vista, Lakeville " I am slow of study. " — Shakespeare " Jim ... " considers himself to be a perfectly normal " hates studies ' , homework, detention and school in general ... " A man who looks down seldom sees up " ... willing to eat almost anything . . . will someday be a five-star general . . . Compliments of The McGraths Miss Janice Mederiros Taunton Street, Lakeville " Being a woman is a terrible difficult trade, since it consists principally of dealing with men " . — Conrad Pep Club 1,2; Student Secretary 3, 4 " Cooky " . . . wants to be a secretary . . . prefers Memorial High to Apponequet most of the time . . . loves pizza, but could live on scallops . . " who cares " . . . can ' t stand gossipy girls . . . claims the oddest thing about her is the way she holds a pencil ... " I doubt it! " ... Compliments of The Medeiroses 33 Miss Patricia Medeiros Richmond Road, Assonet ' It is a species of coquetry to make a parade of never practicing it. " La Rochefonca dd " Pat " . . . hates boys with too-short pants . . . greets people — (not everybody) with " Hi, honey! . . . wants to go into office work in a business . . . Hkes pizza and ice cream but not together . . . seldom seen in the halls without Donna . . . Miss Linda Mello i3 Middlehoro Road, East Freetown " The music that can deepest teach, and will cure all ill, is cordial speech. " — Ralph Waldo Emerson Future Nurses Club, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Secretary 4; " Linda " . . . always has a smile for every problem . . . loves pizza ... is disgusted with her ability to flunk easy subjects . . . hates homework and greasy hair . . .■ hopes to be a registered nurse so she can play Santa Claus to her patients every year . . . goes around screaming " eeeeeee " to scare away her problems . . . Compliments of The Mellos Mr. Robert Morse Charbonneau Avenue, LakevHle " All men make a study of woman, but some are not content merely with the regular course. They must take up post-graduate work. " — Smart Set Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 4; Track 1, 2; " Bob . . . hates people who are late for appointments with him . . . claims he drives too slow . . . sports cars forever ; . . loves to eat steak . . . hopes to be a technical engineer . . . 34 Mr. Wilson Mull 561 Chipau ' ay Road, East Freetown " Lookers-on many times see more than gamesters. ' Basketball 4; Art Club 4 — Bacon " Skip " . . . hates to be called Wilson . . . likes Howdy beefburgers and french fries . . . because they ' re always cheap . . . always saying " must have been a Ford " . . . Miss Diane Nadeau The Lane, Assonet " People don ' t ask for facts in making up their minds. They would rather have one good soul-satisfying emotion than a dozen facts. " — Leavitt High School Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Choir 1; Annual Musical 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Drama Workshop 1; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Vice Presi- dent 3; Treasurer 4; Yearbook-Art Editor 4; Art Club 4; Senior Play 4 " Diane " ... is known for her babytalk . . . has a jazzy art smock . . . hates greasy hair . . . loves pizza and lasagna ... is always asking Mrs. Calvey for a pass . . . has been wearing Roland ' s ring for quite a while . . . hopes to marry happily and raise a family . . . will be immortal for her Christmas artwork . . . Mr. Robert Nichols Comity Road. Lakeville " The future is something which eveyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is. " — Lewis " Dimes " . . . can be seen paying individual attention in class . . . fastest basketball player in gym class . . . loves hamburg . . . wants to be an electrician . . . Compliments of The Nicholses. . . . 35 Miss Kathleen Oliver 326 Braley Road, East Freetown " There is nothing I love as much as a good fight. " -F. D. Roosevelt National Honor Society 3; Pep Club 1; Girls Choir 1; Basketball orer 1, 2, 3; Volleyball Timer 1, 2; Driver ' s Education 3; Bowling League 3; Future Nurses Club 3, 4; High School Choir 4; Yearbook " Kathy " . . . known for her persistent salesmanship . . . hates people who say " No, I don ' t want to buy it " ... is a never-ending talker . . . wants to become a secretary, and later marry . . . will teach her children all the latest dances as soon as they can walk . . . Compliments of The Olivers JViisjj Vivian Parquette Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " Grace is the to the body what good sense is to the mind. " — La Rochefoucauld Girls Choir 1; Field Hockey 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 4; Yearbook 4 " Viv " . . . lets the rest of her family do the talking, prefers to listen . . . hates boys who sound like cars as they round the corners in the halls . . . loves any kind of Chinese food . . . has lovely, long, shiny, blonde hair that causes envy with its beauty . . . wants to go into business . . . Miss Gloria Perry Vaughn Street, Lakeville " To be practical in life means to take everything seriously and noth- ing tragically. " ■ — Schnitzler Student Secretary 4; Pep Club 4; High School Choir 1 " Gloria " . . . doesn ' t agree with friends though does admit she ' s moody sometimes hates people who nag . . . wishes the becued beef on a bun " from the menu secretary and live on pizza and rich desserts Compliments of The Perrys who say she ' s quiet al- ... an avid Beatle fan . . . cafeteria would ban " bar- . . . wants to be a private 36 Miss Rosemarie Pirrlental Rhode Island Road, LakevHle " To dream is to think by moonlight, by the Hght of an inner moon. -Renard Junior Honor Society 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 3; Future Teacher 2, 3, 4; Historian 3; Dissenter 3; Student Council 2; Year- book 4; Majorette 4; Pep Club 4 " Rosie " . . . hates being late ... is always saying " That ' s got class " . . . likes to eat hot fudge sundaes, pizzas, and candied apples . . . joins the ranks of the majorettes frozen in practice . . . loves to wear those textured stockings . . . has a problem with blushing in World Cultures class . . . can ' t wait to dissect her cat with Mr. Hanna . . . Compliments of The Pimentals Mr. Armand Provencal Braley Road, Rochester " The toil of all that be Helps not the primal fault: It rains into the sea And still the sea is salt. " -Housman " Armand " . . . wants to join the service to get aways from the society -.-ail of it — which he hates . . . feels that greatness is born of the mind, not of actions . . . goe for steak and french fries ... is noted for his anti-social attitude towards yearbook editors . . . Mr. Joseph Rose 80 Anthony Street, Berkely " If God knows all, I do not fear him. " — Comtesse Diane Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3 " Joe " . . . doesn ' t mind taking his chances by speeding past a state cop . . . likes Italian food best of all ... wishes could counter- feit his own money so he could have all he wanted of it . . . hopes to be able to go to college . . . 37 Mr. Curtis R. Rounsevell 82 Mason Road, East Freetown " A clever, agile man is every now and then successful with the ladies, but a handsome fool is irresistable. " Baseball 2; Future Teachers of America, High School Choir 2; Annual Musical 2; Football 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; co-captain 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 " Curt " . . . hates football . . . wants to be a forest ranger . . . finds his favorite food, venison, conflicts with his ambition . . . blushes often -ears first! . . . " oh, beautiful " . . . Miss Maria Santos Braley Road, East Freetown " She that was ever fair and never proud, had tongue at will and yet was never loud. " — Shakespeare High School Choir 1, 4; Basketball 2; Manager 2; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 1; Future Nurses 4; Yearbook 4; Gymnastics 2, 3 " Maria " . ... likes Howdy Beefburgers and potato chips . . . hates know-it-all guys ... is known for being able to store a lot of food in spite of her small size . . . started a fan club for the Polarions ' s adopted photographer, Ted Gorchev . . . Miss Catherine Sawdy Fifth Avenue, Lakeville " Our humor sets its price on everything we can get from fortune. " — La Rochefoucauld French Club 3; Future Nurses 3, 4 " Cathy " . . . hates to do nothing, would much rather be busy . . . " Whoopee-doo ! . . . Help! has the craziest laugh . . . wants to become a secretary . . . will probably greet clients with How the H--- are you? . . . could live on fried clams or pizza . . . Compliments of The Sawdys 38 Mr. David Scott Chippaway Road, East Freetown " To spend too much time in studies is sloth. " ' Dave ' ■ — Bacon . a conformist when it comes to formal wear . . . loves pizza . . . wishes he could have his hair done by a certain beautician . . . hates to shave every day, but Joyce took care of that . . . Leo Sczepowski South Main Street, Assonet " I prefer the wicked rather than the foolish. The wicked some- times rest " . — Dumas " Leo . . . suffers indigestion from eating bananas and onions together . . . wants to be able to work on Fords and sleep and he ' ll be happy . . . hates teachers and Chevrolet people, in that order . . . " get out of here " his usual greeting to Chevy fans . . . Mr. Steven Shard Lakeview Heights, Lakeville " Woe unto you when all men speak well of you " -Luke 6:26 Tennis 1, 3, 4; Drivers Education 3; Dissenter 3, 4; Chess club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Yearbook 4 " Steve " . . . doesn ' t consider himself conceited . . . likes spaghetti . . . hates school and underclassmen . . . believes that a rolling stone gathers no moss : . . noted for his neat eating habits . . . owns really great cars . . . calls himself a tennis pro . . . runs many errands for Phil, voluntarily (?) ... 39 Mr. Edward Silvia Simpson Lane, Assonet " Fortune and humor govern the world. " La Rochefoi cauld Dimon Vocation High 1, 2; Student Exchange Committee 1; Bas- ketball 1, 2; Track 1; Apponequet 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; " Eddie " likes Italian dishes . . . hates weak gym teachers ... is known for his politeness . . . likes underclassmen ... a high-pressured sales- man ... is very friendly with his neighbors ... is bound to become the world ' s greatest carpenter . . . Mr. Stephen Smith Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " Wit is the only wall Between us and the dark. " Art Club 4; ■ — Van Doren " Steve " . . . noted for his incessant talking and his laughing . . . hates bleached hair on boys or girls. . . hopes to be able to go to Europe someday . . . loves hamburgers ... in his business courses, often finds him self outnumbered by girls, poor fella ! . . . Compliments of The Bissonettes Miss Brenda Sparkman Kenneth Street, Lakeville " Keep up your bright swords, for the dew will rust them. " ■ — Shakespeare Class Vice-President 1; Pep Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Debating Club 3; Future Nurses 3; Dissenter 3, 4 managing editor 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 Co-captain 4; Yearbook Subscription Chairman 4 " Brenda " has a passion for Irvin stickers . fried clams and french fries . . . hopes to be a social worker Rose in his class discussions . . . hair . . . hates complaining people and two-faced friends . . . . wears royal blue mascara . . . likes . . is always saying " he ' s tough " . . shows high ideals to cynical Mr. is getting used to teasing about her Compliments of The Sparkmans Mr. Richard Stone Myricks Street, Berkeley " One should learn always to love oneself, That is the only lifelong romance. " Football 1, 2 " Ricky " . . . doesn ' t like to have to wait for his . . . likes T-birds . . . has bought one Chevy . . . helps keep St. Ives in business with his friendly service . — Montesquieu date to get ready easy-going . . . Mr. Michael Synnot Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " Interest, which blinds some, opens the eyes of others. " La Rochefoucauld Mount St. Charles High School Woonsocket, Rhode Island Basket- ball 2, 3; Apponequet High School Football 4; Basketball 4 " Mike " ... a welcome addition to the Apponequet sports — in football . . . another Bob Cousy in basketball . . . gets most of his energy from his favorite food; roast beef . . . hates homework and somehow can ' t appreciate tests, either . . .. wants to become an ac- countant . . . cherishes the P.C. Friars " . . . Miss Donna Terrein Bryant Street, Assonet " Size is not grandeur. " — Huxley " Donna " . . . hates long-haired boys . . . " you know " . . . goes for plain old American hamburgers . . . wants to become a secretary ... can attribute her size to the weather conditions in Assonet . . . 41 Miss Norma Tinkham Bedford Street, Lakeville " Anything for a quiet life, as the man said when he took the situation at the h ' ghthouse. " — Dickens " Norma " . . . hates girls that act snobby . . . loves hamburgers and chocolates ... is not noted for her quietness " Oh, my operation " . . . hopes to join the navy and see the world ! . . . Miss Marilyn Townsend 143 Keene Road, East Freetown " The nature altogether since time began, Including human nature, in peace and war, and it must be a little more in favor of man. " ■ — Frost Cheerleader 1, 3, 4; captain 1, 4; High School Choir 1, 2, 4; Sand- pipers 4; Nation Honor Society 3, 4; ■ Vice President 1; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2, 3; vice president 4; French Club 2; Treasurer 2; Future Teacher, Yearbook 4; Secretary 4; Dissenter 3, 4; " Marilyn " . . . likes ice cream but not pistachio or grapenut . . . hates to hear somebody use double negatives ... is known for her driving ability . . . has an infectious personality to go with her red hair . . . argues vehemently with Mr. Torres . . . Compliments of The Townsends -Johnson Mr. Andrew Trott 2 Quitticas Avenue, East Freetown " Nothing is more hopeless than a scheme of merriment. " Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Art Club 4; " Andy " . . . loves Howdy Beefburgers and french fries, as much as he hates people who knock Fords . . . math teachers and home- work — ugh ! ... hopes to pass math class . . . found sliding across the gym floor . . . always the last to leave lunch-first to get there . . . 42 — Shakespeare Mr. Robert Wing Elm Street, Assonet " As upright as the cedar. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3 " Bob " . . . wants to be an equipment operator ... can really wail those trumpet solos . . . hates school and teachers . . . loves to go hunting for his favorite food — deersteaks . . . manages to play a right-handed trumpet even though he ' s left-handed . . . Diane Winters 347 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " Women know not the whole of their coquetery " -Francois Shrewsbury High School: Choir 1; Pep Club 2; Musical 2; Appone- quet: Pep Club 2, 3; Musical 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3; Majorette 4; Student Secretary 3, 4; Library Aide 4; Yearbook 4. " Dian " . . . hates seeing someone else wear anything identical to some- thing she has . . . likes banana splits and chocolate sundaes ... is known for her small size . . . has trouble keeping track of her baton . . . Compliments of The Sciaraffas Mr. William Zosiak Chippetvay Road, East Freetown " Study to be quiet, and to do your own business. " —The Bible No Photo AVAILABLE " Bill " . . . rates Fords next to soggy pickles . . . FoMoCo ' s don ' t go . . . wishes his favorite meal; cow tongues and crow gizzards would give him a little more ambition . . . thinks his most outstanding feature is a mole on his right thumb, but actually it ' s his rawhide-laced pants Class Pill We, the class of 1966, being of unsound mind and unfit body, do hereby be- queath our most prized possessions to the poor unfortunates remaining in this haHowed institution. Ray Malenfant wills his keys to Position 2 in the Chemistry lab to any future Chem- Phys. Ill student— Good luck ! ! Donna Bassett leaves her hiccups to the Choir. Kathy Donaghy leaves her debating manual to Richard Brulotte ! Mark McDonald wants to leave his baritone to Barry Wood. Mike Synnott leaves his football jersey to whoever wants to wear it. Billy Lyons leaves his double-period lecture classes to any underclass Chem.-Phys. student. Curt Rounsevell leaves the girls from H-town to Eddie Holmes and Dave Freitas. Carla Kleiner leaves all the worries of H-town to Linda Courtemanche and Jane Chad- wick, plus all the boys she knows, to even up the score. Jim McGrath leaves his perfect attendance record. Sue Adams leaves her new FNHR office to Sharon George, with luck ! Juliet Goulet leaves her sarcasm to Sandy Rodrigues. Lorraine Cournoyer leaves Nanc y and Ethel with this thought: " In order, to have fun, dofi ' t get married young! " Linda Mello leaves her sister Jayne to bring home the report cards ! Barbara Bessey leaves Irene and the gang from Middleboro another summer with the AVODA staff. Paul Bonneau leaves to all students after him all his wonderful school books. Joyce Gagne wills theree inches of her height to Claudette Bernier to use in basketball. Gary Correia leaves his vaulting pole to Bill Reinhagen. Bonnie Larsh leaves a bottle of aspirins for Mrs. Calvey. Diane Nadeau leaves her drawing board and paint brush and smock to Pat Poineau. Al Baker and Dave Scott leave (with their girls into the unknown future. Ha! Ha) Eddie. Silvia leaves his sense of humor and his " telephone book " to Billy Winters, and hopes he uses it well ! Donna Terrien leaves her World Issues notes to Shrimp ! Pat Medeiros leaves a bottle of peroxide to Sandy Roderigues. " " Sandy, wear it well! " Carole LaFountain and Janet Gunnerson leave for their double wedding-someday ! Marilyn Townsend leaves her sore throat during football season to next year ' s cheering captain. Bri Ashley leaves all his broken drum sticks to the kiddie-land band ! Warren Battistelli leaves to Marie Parquette the great walls and doors of this school for her to walk into. Jeanne Beauregard leaves her soda-jerking days at Buck ' s Pharmacy to an appropriate contender, Jane Chadwick. Bob Nichols leaves his study hall seat to Lennie Pittsley to sleep in. Marshall Lentini leaves his green bag to anyone with the courage-and strength-to carry it! Alan Alves leaves his " Supreme Lovin " to Brenda Fermino. Judy Boler leaves her entire wardrobe to her beloved sister Susan ! Phil Bowman leaves room 102 empty during lunch hours, except for next years ' yearbook editor and art editor! 44 Kathy Oliver leaves Mr. Piasecki a quieter study hall ! Cathy Sawdy leaves her English notebook to Anne Clory. Norma Tinkham leaves all her teachers to her sister Judy, with luck ! Vivian Parquette leaves her brains to her sister Nancy ' , because " she needs a lot more than she has now. " Bobby Alves leaves his brownie points and attentivenes ' s in Mr. Baker ' s class to Clyde Andrade. Bob Wing leaves his marvelous trumpet playing to John Raskins, Curt Richmond and Dave Wilson. Louise Churchill leaves an empty sousaphone case and a first aid kit to Phil Brady! Bobby Cortes leaves Deer Week to the Future Deer Slayers of Apponequet ! John Adams leaves his job at Highland Machine Company to Richard Knowles. Bob Morse leaves his charm, poise, and athletic ability to Kevin Thorley. Dick Gifford leaves his ability to be a senior again next year to anyone who wants to! Bob Ashly leaves his smile to anyone who is happy enough to wear it. Linda and Louise leave the faculty utterly " " twinfused " . Bob Henderson leaves his test tube rack to anyone ignorant enough to venture into Chem. Phys. Ill ! Jo ' Ann Coderre wills her tranquilizers to the up and coming chem. -phys. class ! Nancy Crispim leaves C.E.N.T.A.U.R. (Apponequet Division) to Agent 142! Eddie Fernandes leaves his football helmet to Bruce Pilling. Dian Winters leaves hitting the pole at Ralph ' s to Linda Courtemanche when she gets her license. Sue Belanger leaves school in a blue and white " 56 " Ford. Kathy Holland leaves making blunt statesments to Linda Perry. Dick Kitchen leaves his spot on the mound to Billy Rogers. Steve Smith leaves a bottle of tranquilizers to Mr. Torres so he won ' t yell and scream at his World Issues classes when they don ' t do their homework. Karl James Ashley III leaves all of his dirty tests tubes, and his lab towel, and his position, if possible, to his cousin, James C. Ashley. Ricky Stone leaves his " T-bird " talks with Mr. Charbonneau to any underclassman who can get him on the subject. Doris Kitchen leaves her student secretary work to Lucille Gamache to finish. Joanne Leighton leaves all her typing and shorthand material to Shirley Santos, if she ' s prepared to work Hard ! Joe Rose leaves his brownie points to the sophomore class. Pat Luz leaves her experimenting with hair colors to anyone who dares to try it. " Who says blondes have more fun? " Janice Medeiros leaves Karen Dougherty to study in Mr. Piasecki ' s study hall. Steve Shard leaves his Chenj.-Phys. lab equipment to Nancy Buckley. Al Fernandes leaves his arguing to an up-and-coming individualist! Sandy Martins leaves her-seat in the art room to Karen Dougherty. Maria Santos leaves her studying to Shirley, along with her late slip passes. Ronnie Bonneau leaves his headaches to the Sophomore Arts Class, and his Olds- powerd Ford to Sandy Roderigues. Dennis Gurney leaves the responsibility of spreading the good name of Ford to Reed Gurney. Linda Churchill leave Mr. Simas a box of solid-color ties, and a year ' s subscription to Esquire Magazine ! Diana LaBonte leaves all her long exciting weekends to anyone who dares encounter their own ! 45 Marshall and Lorraine " Our bodies are our gardens, to the which our wills are gardeners . either to have it sterile with idleness or manured with industry. " Eddie, Joey and Linda " Silence is the perfectest herald of joy: I were but little happy if I could say how much. " Judy and Bob ' The grass stoops not, they tread on it so light. " Pat and Bobbi " The summer ' s flower is to the summer sweet, Though to itself it only lives and dies. " JoAnn and Bo " Society is no comfort to one not sociable. " Pat and Jambie " He was indeed the glass wherein the noble youth did .dress themselves. " Kathy and Al " When you do dance, I wish you a wave O ' the sea, that you might ever do nothing but that. " 48 Diane and Denny " Art alone enduring stays to us. " Lorraine and Gary " He does it with a better grace, but I do it more natural. " Pat and Al " Always the dullness of the fool is the whetstone of the wit. " Louise and Phil " Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. " Kathy and Steve " A ed ears play truant at his tales, And younger hear- ings are quite van- ished; So sweet and val- uable is his dis- course. " 49 Doris and Richard " Beauty itself doth of itself persuade the eyes of men without an orator. " So you cut your finger, did you? " And one day of the year I ' m a Christian! " Whafd you guys stick this thing under here for? Bet you ' ll never get past this burglar alarm system! 51 When can I get out of here? You think it ' s hot now, wait ' ll I turn this thing on 53 57 A senior lives by the highest moral code. 63 64 65 71 72 B abating lub DEBATERS: Susan Sunderland, Kathy Donaghy, Jane Cassidy, Richard Brulotte, Kathy Lewis, and Marshall Lentini. President, Sue Adams; Vice-President, Sharon George; Secretary-Treasurer, Linda Mello having a ward party Ehe Jiuture teacher© of Amenta President, Judy Boler; Vice-President, Janice Erickson; Secretary, Marilyn Townsend; Treasurer. Diane Nadeau 74 r e n c h or I u b latin (fflub 75 Junior National Honor Society 76 Chess (fflub A sophisticated society a tough move A 78 Brenda Sparkman and Judy Boler discuss the latest " Dissenter " in one of Mr. Torres ' study halls. Bob Cortes, President; Gary Correia, Vice-President; Phil Bowman, Secretary; Bo Ashley, Treasurer. 88 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Kneeling Jane Cassidy Linda Courtemache Janice Trahan Pat Poineau Lynda Clarke Standing Janice Wing Jo ' ann Coderre Marilyn Townsend, Captain Maureen Chace Brenda Sparkman JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Bonnie Mann Beverly Rounsevell Alexis Ashley Nancy Donaghy Joan Cassidy, Captain Christine Costa Diane Bock Linda Mac Nell Betty Lu2 89 The illustrious group 99 Football Baseball Brama (Hlxxh 105 k Come on, now, give me your teeth ! One more dab, and you ' ll be beautiful ! r You want the blue spot, huh ? Did you say Viennese Waltz or " Barbara Let ' s see, that was down with the house Ann " ? lights, up with the red, or was it . . . 106 Scissors . . . Forceps. Scalpel! Let ' s see, we need tongue depressors, Band-aids, and don ' t forget the Potato chips! Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Souza, Mrs. St.-Yves, Mrs. Mattos, Mrs. Staples, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Crossley Mr. Earle P. Hanna Mr. and Mrs. James D. Brightman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. West Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilson Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crampton Mr. and Mrs. John Riley Linwood James Copeland ivir. ana ivirs. viDert ijenovese Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Sherman Mr and Mrs Ji illiflm R TCpaw Mr. Donald Torres A rts ; T orna 5J7flllrpr Mr " Chicle " Hnlmes Mr. Sidney D. Know! ton Miss Maranville Miss Geraldine Gilligan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. David Piasecki Miss Vieira Mr. P. F. DeCosta Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kobak, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Eric Jorgensen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Calvey Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wilkie " Finny and the Fantastics " Mr. and Mrs. Peter Abraham Alan and Marion Mr. and Mrs. Allen T. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kleiner Mr. Ralph Baker Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duseault Miss Rebekah Somes Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ' H. Main The Paces Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Main JoAnn and Pete Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chace, Pat, and Maureen Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Caron Boyle Brothers Mrs. Babbitt A Friend Sarlmnnr IFarms MORGAN HORSES S+ocIc for Sale ENGLISH SADDLERY STABLE SUPPLIES PONY BRIDLES, CARTS HARNESS INDOOR FACILITIES FOR TRAINING and RIDING INSTRUCTIONS Horseneck Road South Dar+mouth GAMIylY ' S Tarkein Hill Road New Bedford, Mass. BEECH BLUFF LOUNGE Middleboro Road East Free+own, Mass. FREETOWN GAS APPLIANCE CO. Middleboro Road East Freetown, Mass. TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS INC. 271 Union Street New Bedford, Mass. MITCHELL ' S PACKAGE STORE County Road East Freetown, Mass. YE OLDE DUTCH CLEANER Sawyer Street New Bedford, Mass. ROUNSEVELL ' S POULTRY FARM BOEHLER ' S GARAGE Middleboro Road East Freetown, Mass. VENUS DE MILO COIFFURES 159 North Main Street Acushnet, Mass. LAKEVILLE PHARMACY Main Street Lakeville, Mass. FREETOWN SCREW MFG. CO. County Road East Freetown, Mass. E. W. GOODHUE LUMBER, CO Middleb oro Road East Freetown, Mass. NOVICKS ' JEWELER 926 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. Complinnents of a FRIEND PARAMONT COFFEE SHOP 1227 Auchnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of ASSONET SAND AND GRAVEL Assonet congratulations from NEW BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS NEW BEDFORD ' S FAVORITE DEPARTMENT STORE " 24 Hour Towing Service MELLO ' S SUPER MARKET Complimen+s of MELLO ' S COUNTRY SUPERMARKET Main Street Lakeville THE " TEE PEE " RESTAURANT Route 28 Middleboro SPARKY ' S SERVICE CENTER Cor. Acushnet Ave. and Chaffee St. New Bedford SYLVESTER ' S SERVICE STATION Intersection of 79 and 140 Myrlcks, Mass. Compliments of GREENWOOD POULTRY FARMS East Freetown Tel. 993-4039 CHASE AND SON Chipaway Road East Freetown ST. YVES MOTOR SALES ST. YVES MOTOR SALES GOLDEN SPUR RANCH Staples Shores Road Lakeville, Mass. M. MALONSON FLORIST 3304 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. JORGE BROS. ESSO 2145 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of KING OF PIZZA Where Quality Costs You Less! Best Wishes From THE BOSTON STORE MIDDLEBORO, MASS. BONNEAU GENERAL CONTRACTOR Tinlcham Street New Bedford, Mass. LOVELY ' S SERVICE STATION High Cohannet Sts. Taunton, Mass. LAKEVILLE RECREATION Main Street Lakeville BISHOP ' S STORE Middleboro Road Freetown DEL ' S DRIVE-IN 2712 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford Compliments of STANLEY OIL CO.. INC. DANNY LaFOUNTAIN Excavating Contractor 91 Bullack Road East Freetown, Mass. 996-8795 CHARLIE ' S BARBER SHOP County Road East Freetown MORSE SHOE STORE Purchase Street New Bedford 120 COMPLETE DIKtNERS ANTIPASTO - RAVIOLIS CHICK£M CACCI TORe - L UGW VEAL PARMAGIANA - SMGHEni, ETC Also STEAK FRIfi) CHICKHl PIZZAS -ALL KINDS TAKEOUT oma (Anything on the H«na) For Good Eating - Try PauKs Pftc 2),a 995-5000 1982 ACUSHNET AVE., NEW BEDPORD WHEN IN THE MOOD FDR FINE FOOD LAKEVILLE SAND AND GRAVEL Compliments of LAKEVILLE SAND AND GRAVEL Builders of Custom Made Fiberglass Boats 992-7579 Everything From Six Foot Dingies to Twenty-three Foot Runabouts ALBERT LaFOUNTAIN-Proprietor PACIFIC OIL COMPANY 24 Hour Service 22 Tremont St. Taunton, Mass. CORTES " GROCERY PACKAGE STORE Middleboro Road East Freetown 122 MANAGER MANUEL MELLO FLORY MILLING COMPANY Dairy, Poultry, Seeds, Fertilizer etc. 405 Earle Street New Bedford WY 3-3166 Compliments of MACOMBER BROTHERS ASSONET Compliments of LESTER 0. FREW County Road East Freetown GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF " 66 " ARRUDA ' S PACKAGE STORE. INC. 2895 Acushnef Ave. Cash and Carry FRED CORREIA ' S BARBER SHOP Main Street Lakeville COLLINS SUNOCO STATION 2942 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. MT. PLEASANT DRIVE-IN 851 Mt. Pleasant St. New Bedford, Mass. THOMPSON CHEMICAL COMPANY South Main Street Assonet, Massachusetts 123 (iTcntluston We hope that the 1966 " Polarion " reflects the experience of attending Apponequet Regiona ' liigh School and, in par- ticular, the nature of this year ' s graduating class. This yearbook will serve as a graphic " mennory " for those of us who nnust leave Apponequet shortly. It represents a study of the work we have been involved in and the people we have been associated with in the past six years. The " Polarion " is a link between the Class of 1966 and the remaining student body of Apponequet, In short, it is our way of saying, " Goodbye. " 124 ”
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