Apponequet High School - Polarion Yearbook (Lakeville, MA)
- Class of 1969
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0 QRion RPPONEQUET REGIONni HIGH SCHOOL LnKEVILLE DRSSRCHUSETTS Dedication Mrs. Winona Leonard " Life ' s a pretty precious and wonderful thing. You can ' t sit down and let it lap around you . . . you have to plunge into it; you have to drive through it! And you can ' t save it, you can ' t store it up; you can ' t hoard it in a vault. You ' ve got to taste it; you ' ve got to use it. The more you use, the more you have . . . that ' s the miracle of it! Foreword Music is a universal language. People of all nations can find pleasure in a melody with- out understanding the language in which the lyrics are written. As the styie and rhythm of music change, people acquire an appreciation for new sounds. However, it seems that every generation adopts a style of music by which it is identified. Our generation expresses its feelings through many forms of music— folk, soul, and rock among them. The lyrics of contemporary songs reflect the thoughts and emotions of young people. In this era, songs of protest, as against war, poverty, discrimination, and discontent, are as significant as songs of love and optimism. The Polarion is a picture diary of the Cla s of ' 69. The yearbook staff has undertaken to trace the lives of the members of the Senior Class through various stages (beginning when we were ' 51 Soul Babies and advancing until we became ' 69 Soul Babies). How- ever, the Polarion is mainly a composite of the significant events of our Senior year. Popular song titles and lyrics have been used as captions throughout the Polarion. It is our hope that the 1969 Polarion has captured the " soul " of the Class of ' 69 and the spirit of Apponequet. " The answer my friend is blowin ' in fhe wind, the answer is blowin ' in the wind. " Superintendent ' s Message Mr. George R. Austin Superinfendent of Schools " find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are mov- ing. " The above words are credited to Oliver Wendell Holmes, a noted physician and author whose life- time spanned the majority of the years of the nine- teenth century. No doubt his choice of words reflect- ed his concern for the times in which he lived, yet are just as applicable today. The United States is a young nation, compared with the majority of the others. In the process of its growth and development, this country has always been able to expand to other relatively undeveloped areas. People, dissatisfied with their lives in a given set of circumstances, could always find ways to solve their problems by moving or finding other employment. With the continued population growth, the advance technology, the rapid rise in the standard of living and the ever-expanding contacts with all parts of the world, it is no longer possible for us as a people to turn our backs to a problem and go else- where. We have to meet problems on a face-to- face basis. There now is no other way out. Each generation produces its leaders. You, as a part of the on-coming generation will be no exception. As the noted author quoted above wrote, where we stand is not nearly as important as where we are going. You stand now at the close of your public elementary and secondary school career. Where you are going from this point is more important. His- torically, the Amerfcan imagination has always been adequate to finding the answers to problems. Youth has been trained in such an atmosphere. This prom- ises well for the future. Mr. Arthur P. Silvester Assistant Superintendent of Schools PHncipal ' s Message Congratulations to the Class of 1969— we at Aponne- quet wish you good fortune as you start a new phase of your life. We hope that whatever you do, you will do with a sense of purpose and that you will carry through to the best of your ability, all the while exercising a strong sense of responsibility. It is only through each person being a responsible citizen that our so- ciety can survive. We depend upon you to carry on in the best spirit of Apponequet and we trust that the ties we have forged over the years will be lasting ones. Good Luck to each of you. Mr. Albert Duseault Principal Mr. Joseph Simas Assistant Principal Mr. John T. Olivera Director of the Vocational School Foreign Language 4 Miss Dumont, Mr. Genovese (dept. head), Mrs. Leonard Physical Education llllMlliilMIIB Ml ill - li Nurse Mr. Bochman, Miss Walker, Mr. Kobak (dept. head), Mr. Looney. Mathemafics Back row: Mr. Kobak, Mr. Fernandez, Mr. Crook. Front row: Mrs. Leonard, Miss Rudinski, Mrs. Crampton fdepf. head;, Mrs. Hackett, Mrs. Barth. Qcience Back row: Mr. Crook, Mr. Mitchell (dept. head), Mr. Boyd. Fronf row: Mr. Piasecki, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Carey, Mr. Falcon. Art Qpecial Education Mr. Franco Bu9ine98 Mrs. Main, Mr. Alley Home Economics Miss Gracia, Mrs. West, Mrs. Staples (dept. head). Miss McCarfy. Mrs. Forbes, Mrs. Keister Qocial Qtudies Back row: Mr. Bochman, Mr. Simas (dept. head), Mr. Powers. Front row: Mr. Jorgensen, Miss Stonehouse, Miss Tallman, Mr. Goodfellow. Vocafional Mr. Zeliski, Mr. Peterson (dept. head), Mr. Riley Industrial Arts Back row: Mr. Warrington, Mr. Charbonneau, Mr. Chace. Front row: Mr. Andrade, Mr. Oliveria (director), Mr. Wilbur. 00 enioRS " How many roads must a man walk down before you can call him a man? " Senior Council PRESIDENT AAiss Lynn Ellen Pratt Reservoir Road, Lakeville " Energy and persistence conquer all things. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Youth for Nixon Club 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Council 4; Class President 3, 4. Lynn, who would like to be an I.B.M. operator, aspires to be liked by everyone . . . " Let ' s face it, " fon is being with someone you love— at the Gates? . . . enjoys frog hunting and swinging . . . claims happiness would be seeing someone fall, up the stairs . . . " Yea! " Comp iments of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pratt VICE PRESIDENT Mr. David Courtemanche 8 Reservoir Avenue, Lakeville " He looks like an angel and acts like one, too; but you never can tell what an angel will do. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Drama Club 1; Senior Council 4; Student Council 4; Class Vice President 4., Coke . . . wants t J»be a phys. ed. teacher— with sore feet? Has a weakness for tough girls with long hair, but doesn ' t like them to wear colored nylons . . . says fun is doing what you want to do and happiness is finding out there ' s no Chem-Phys . . . " Oh, yeah? " Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Courtemanche SECRETARY Miss Deborah Ann Brown Box 8 County Road, East Freetown " A winning way, a pleasant smi e, dressed so neat and quite in style " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Musical 1; National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Senior Council 4; AFS Club 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Senior Council 4. Debbi . . . has a problem with numbers— could it be because " 1 don ' t take math this year! " . . . can find her cheering at games or on the seawall at Ocean Grove. " Unreal! " Compliments of the Browns TREASURER Miss Sherry Jean Ellis Gurney Road, East Freetown " There are two things to aim at in life: first to get what you want; and after that, to enjoy it. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; District 1, 3; Choir 3, 4; Sandpipers 4; Dance Band 1, 3, 4; National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, Secretary 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 1, President 4; Yearbook 4; AFS 3, 4, " sister " 3, Class Treasurer 4, Senior Council 4. Sher . . . can often be found bombing around town in her little white Hillman. Is it true it runs on penlight batteries? . . . has a weakness for males with blue eyes and tough cars. Compliments of the Ellis ' V iss Joan Cassidy lounty Road, Lakeville ' Giving is the secret of a happy life. Not necessarily material wealth, but whatever one has of ncouragement and sympathy and understanding. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1, Co-Captain 4; :hoir 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Sandpipers 1, 2, 3, 4; District 3; All-State 3; Senior Council 4; ' earbook Co-Editor 4; ARS sister 2; AFS Club 4. oan . . . wants to help people. " Jeepers " Joan says her favorite place is an absolute secret, Let ' s go guys! " Life at Apponequet v as fantabulous!. ' .ompliments of the Cassidys Miss Christine Desjardins Middleboro Road, East Freetown " Charm is a glow within a woman that casts a mosf becoming light on others. " Class Vice President 1; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; National Honor Society 1, 4, Secretary 4; Majorette 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, President 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Senior Section Editor; AFS Committee 4. Chris . . . can be found at a party at the " Bunk House " or twirling to the tune of " Onward Lakers " . . . " These are the afternoon notices for today " . . . She hopes to graduate from college, travel, marry, and live happily ever after. Compliments of the Desjardins ' AAiss Donna Celeste Adams 158 Main Street, Lakeville " Exuberance is beauty. " Chess Club 1; Future Nurses Club 3; Youth for Nixon Club 4; Pep Club 4; Student Secretary A Don-Don . . . hates grubby guys . . . " Say Idiot " . . . likes spare ribs and her leopard cowboy hai . . . wants to be a secretary for an airline. Compliments of Mrs. J. Luther Adams Mr. Thomas John Adams Mill Street, Assonet " Homework fasci ' nafes me, I could sit and look at it all day. " Tom ... is aggravated by certain bus drivers . . . likes fast cars and school lunches? life at Apponequet was unreal ... " I know! " says Miss Lorraine Aguiar 581 Chipaway Road, East Freetown " Never idle a minute, but thrifty and thoughtful of others. " Aggie . . . wants to be secretary . . . likes to sit under pine trees or to run barefoot through the grass— with Irving? . . . " Say kid " was life at Apponequet really horrid?! Compliments of the Aguilars Miss Gerturde M. Alves County Road, East Freetown " As merry as the day is long. " Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Leaders Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Drivers Ed. 3. Trudy . . . wants to be an elementary teacher with an orchid AAG— " Would I kid you? " . . . dislikes conceited people, but loves Howdy ' s in the South End . . . thinks life at Apponequet was nauseous— why Gert? Compliments of the Alves ' Mr. Philip Baker Morton Rd., East Freetown He ' s quiet, he ' s shy, but there ' s a twinkle of mischief in his eye. " Jaskefball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4. Brew . . . plans to e nlist in the Air Force . . . " What ' s up? " . . . develops a weakness when girls get angry with him . . . likes running track for Mr. Looney and becomes annoyed with those who dck school spirit . . . found life at Apponequet exciting. Mr. Jeffrey Beaulieu 175 Main Street, Lakeville " On earth there is nothing great but man. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2. Bobo, who wants to be rich, has a weakness for blondes . . . thinks fun is winning a game and celebrating that night . . . " You What? " . . . Says his favorite place Is The Pit! iAr. Roger Edward Beech Jr. 43 Main Street, Lakeville The sou of this man is his clothes. " lasketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 2; Cross Country 4; Track 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. ddie ' s ambition is to " leave Apponequet alive " — " heh, use your head! " His favorite place is ' s history class ... has a growing problem— his feet. To him, happiness Is collecting nemployment. Mr. Frank Louis Bergeron Chipaway Road, East Freetown " By silence I hear other men ' s imperfections and conceal my own. " Traffic Squad 3, 4. Frank . . . would like to spend the cold winter months in Florida, machinist, but his pet peeves are some American cars ... " I know! gris and enjoys weekend parties. His ambition is to be a has a weakness for Mr. Donald E. Bishop Middleboro Poad, East Freetown " Attending school is such a bore, I know not what I came here for. " Jucket . . . wants to get a good job and keep it ... is happy when there are girls around- especially Roberta . . . dislikes older people and thinks life at Apponequet was quite boring. Compliments of the Bishops AAr. Joseph C. Bissaro Main Street, Lakeville " No great genius is without a mixture of madness. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Drivers Ed. 3; Senior Council 4; Yearbook 4. Joe . . . Incessantly drums on desks and frequently makes spastic remarks. He becomes annoyed when he is isolated from everyone else in the library . . . " Reeeeep " . . . gets considerable pleasure from correcting a certain Chem-Phys teacher. Happiness is ssenippah backwards. Miss Katherine Diane Blair Burns Lane, East Freetown " It ' s nice to be natural when it ' s natural to be nice. " Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4. Kathy . . . blushes easily when she sees a certain dark-haired sundae maker . . . " Good Grief! " She finds life at Apponequet different, and is positive that happiness is getting your hands on a diploma. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair Miss Susan Boler Simpson Lane, Assonet " She is a maiden of artless grace, gentle in form and fair of face. " Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Maiorette 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Sue . . . looks forward to becoming a secretary and making a lot of money . . . hates loud- mouth girls . . . loves boys with blue eyes— " Boy " . . . thinks happiness is a certain Apponequet Alumnus. Compliments of the Bolers Mr. Raymond Bonneau Point of Pines Road, East Freetown " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed. " Ray . . . " Don ' t worry about it; AAG ' s are tops " ... is happy when in bed and eating shrimp cock- tail. He ' s sure that fun is Senior parties . . . enjoys being with girls with long brown hair — " unreal. " Miss Susan Broadbent Taunton Street, Lakeville " Gentleness is a divine trait. " Sue . . . wants to become a secretary . . . doesn ' t like pesky brothers— " knock it off! " If she gets nervous while driving she puts her finger in her mouth— " That ' s life! " Sue thinks life at Apponequet was unbearable. That could be why she says happiness is having a fire drill during a major test. Compliments of the Broadbents Fss Cheryl Bryson iuena Vista Shores, Lakeville ' The mirth and fun grow fast and furious. " :harlie, whose weakness is a ' 68 Chevelle, looks forward to a happily married life . . . definitely as a weakness for Barry and strawberry milk and Italian cookies . . . dislikes having to meet leadlines . . . " Yuk! " Miss Diane Bussiere 123 Bedford Street, Lakeville " Good-natured is she. " Di ... wants to live in a mansion where she won ' t have to get up in the morning— " Oh brother " . . . has a weakness for money, and her greatest enjoyment comes from spending it. She regards her years at Apponequet as ' a riot, " but is happily looking forward to Graduation Day— aren ' t we all? Mr. Roy Caliri Southworth Street, Lakeville essence, of reaching the threshold of unconsciousness 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; " The art of running the mile consists, at the instant of breaking the tape. " Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Manager Cross Country 4, Co-Captain 4. Canary ... is a good track man partly because he ' s always in a hurry— will we see you in the Olympics, Roy? His ambition is to be a phys-ed. teacher with a Road Runner! Compliments of the Caliris Mr. Jonathan Chace Freetown Street, Lakeville " If he didn ' t have that twinkle in his eyes, you would probably call him bashful. " Traffic Squad 3, 4. Jon, whose ambition it is to be a beach bum, enjoys parties at Horseneck ... has a weakness for school lunches but definitely thinks we should have more vacations . . . would like to spend all his time about eight miles up in the atmosphere— Is that anywhere near cloud 9?! Mr. Merrill E. Chace Freetown Street, Lakeville " There is a method in man ' s wickedness. " Bud ... is happiest when ileeping or eating— could that be why the lunch table is his favorite place? It has been rumored that Bud is bowlegged— " I know! " Bud wants to be a machinist. Miss Sally Ann Chace Cleveland Park, East Freetown " Size is not grandeur. " Dedee . . . would like to join the Navy after graduation . . . dislikes boys with long fingernails and greasy hair (You certainly won ' t find anyone like that in the Navy!) . . . says her favorite place is school— " Hey come on! " Miss Barbara Chadwick R.F.D. 1 Fuller Shores, Lakeville " Happy am I, from cafe am free. Why a er ' t they all contented like me? " Field Hockey 4; Pep Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Yearbook. Chad, who wants to become a Home Economics teacher, really dislikes crowded busses . . . Happiness is having a good time with your friends, especially a certain special friend . . . You talk to yourself in your sleep?— " Oh, my goodness! " i Mr. Terrance A. Christiansen Slab Bridge Road, Assonet " A man of all hours— ready for anything. " Terry, whose weakness is a Bomber, doesn ' t like to be passed by a Ford on his way to Fall River . . . " Nice day, isn ' t it? " His pet peeve is school— maybe that ' s why he thinks happiness is finally graduating. Miss Regina E. Cobb Lakeside Ave., Lakeville " To know her is to like her. " Old Rochester: Orchestra 1; Dramatics 2; Folk-Singing Club 3. Jeannie . . . has a tendency to wear red and white to a " Lakers " rally. She wants to be a secretary— for a man with blue eyes (?) ... found life at Apponequet baffling ... claims fun is having a choice of lunches— " Oh, come on! " ND PHOm Miss Darlene Cornell Rhode Is land Road, Lakeville " She is the quiet kind whose nature never varies. " Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. Darlene ... is happy being with good friends— on Cape Cod? . . . can ' t stand people who say one thing but really mean something else . . . " Watch it " . . . has a weakness for music and plans a career as an office worker. Mr. William Darling Mason Road, East Freetown " With will one can do anything. " Honey . . . plans to become a machinist. Since Chevys are his pet peeve he will probably only repair Fords! •. . . likes redheads but won ' t look at any girl who we rs long dresses. Mr. Monte Patrick Dawson Simpson Lane, Assonet " The sciences are beneficent. They make wen think. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Chess Club 2; Electronics Club 2, 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4. Cappy . . . wants to be an electronics engineer. He says he doesn ' t like tripping over seventh graders (neither can we)— he ' d rather sleep. Comp iments of Mr. and Mrs. Dawscn it Miss Linda Deragon Dean Shores, Lakeville " Quiet, but not too quiet, serious, but not too serious. " Orchestra 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Library Aide 2, 3, 4. Shnookie . . . talks to herself when she ' s upset . . . " Oh Really? " ... is anticipating an early marriage to a blond, blue eyed boy from Watertown ... is satisfied with a nice quiet place for two or a phone call from a certain person saying " I ' ll be home in 24 hours " . . ' . " Is that sol " Miss Virginia Susan Dunham 201 Main Street, Lakeville " An unextinguished laughter shakes the skies. " Softball 1; Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 4, Treasurer 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Ginny, who finds she gets her fingers into too many pies, may someday get them in someone ' s mouth— she wants to be a dental hygienist ... " I don ' t care! " She ' s easily recognizable by her merry laugh. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Dunham Mr. Wifliam Dunham 2 Stetson Street, Lakeville " Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have. " Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; Varsity Club 3; Student Council 3; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Ducky , . . wants to be a good husband and father. His favorite place is the football field . . . found life at Apponequet different . . . likes hamburgers, especially when they ' re cooked by a girl with brown hair . . . Happiness is Carol. NDPimj(?E Mr. Robert Erickson 1 49 Bedford Street " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. " Choir 4. Bob . . . wants to be able to do what he wants when he wants to do it ... " Duhl " Has put in his share of time at Zo ' s eating linguicia pizza— Wonder if that has anything to do with his always being late? Mr. Steven Kenneth Erickson Bedford Street, Lakeville ' A car, a car, my kingdom for a car. " lOscar . . . who is likely to be found searching Ford junk yards for valuable parts, wants to be a machinist. " You can adapt anything " (if you have patience, Steve!) ... insists " Chevys don ' t go. " While parties offer him fun, one special girl brings him happiness. Miss Kathleen Ann Faherty The Lane, Assonet ' Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Polarion Art Editor 4. Kath . . . wants to be an artist . . . " Yes " . . . likes Lake Winnepesaukee— wonder how it would look on canvas! . . . thinks that fun is the Weirs (which could have something to do with her liking ketchup sandwiches.) Compliments of The Fahertys NO PfiOTO Miss Gail Lee-Shannon Fields 584 Slab Bridge Road, Assonet Miss Anna Marie Fernandes County Road, Lakeville " Never bend your head. Always hold it high. Look the world straight in the face. " Chess Club 1; Pep Club 1, 4; Student Secretary 4. Bananas . . . wants to be an airline receptionist . . . doesn ' t like school rules, " You beast, ' work. Who does? For entertainment she studies yoga— while wearing your cowboy hat? Compliments of the Fernandes ' " She ' s equally ready for work or fun from early dawn to the set of sun. " Westport High: Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, Vice President 2; Chess Clufcr 1, 2; A.F.S. Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Apponequet: Field Hockey Manager 3; Basektball Manager 3; Yearbook 4. Green Fields . . . wants to |oin the Peace Corps as an art teacher ... is happy when walking through the forest after a rain storm— " Oh, really? " . . . can be found on her way to Horseneck most any time. Compliments of the Fields ' Miss Nancy Ann French County Road, Lakeville " think we are as a whole all gifted. That is our inheritance, fun, pleasure, laughter, and song. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Sandpipers 1, 2, 3, 4; District 2; All State 2; Pep Club 3; Cheerleader 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook 4. Nance . . . wants to be a music teacher . . . enjoys going out and getting to know people better . . . her weaknesses are big blue eyes and shiny blonde hair . . . Happiness is being a senior without a certain teacher . . . " Strange. " Compliments of the Frenchs ' Miss Deborah Jane Frew Middleboro Road, East Freetown " Well, I ' m five times as tall as a shotgun, and ten times as noisy. " Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 3, 4, President 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Yearbook 4. Funky Frew . . . wants to have a good time in college while preparing to be a physically wrecked teacher? . . . has a craving for a cigarette after school while attempting to be an athlete. For her, life at Apponequet was CENSORED!! . . . says happiness will be 2:10 on June 15, 1969. Comp imenfs of the Frews Mr. Peter Gamache 92 Main Street, Lakeville " To worry little, to study less, is my idea of happiness. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Varsity Club 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Student Council 4. Pete . . . wants to be a civil engineer . . . enjoys playing cards— in the library? . . . would really ke to own a Falcon that works . . . spends a lot of time in the bowling alley— maybe that ' s why he owns so many trophies . . . happiness is knowing he won ' t have a certain science teacher n college . . . " Oh, sure! " Miss Jessica Lee Gonsalves 212 Middleboro Rd., Freetown " Security is when I ' nfi very much in love with somebody extraordinary who loves me back. " Student Secretary 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Jess! . . . wants very much to get married and be a good wife to Phil . . . " Really! " Loves chocolate milk and sweet pickles-together? She frequently drives over 60 m.p.h. ... is happy just knowing she ' ll be married after graduation. Compliments of Phil Sherman V r. Paul Henry Grenier ox 441 Chace Rd., East Freetown ' am at home on a football field. " ootball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight Liftina ' ., 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. rlomer . . . Whose ambition is to become an athletic trainer, has a left leg that ' s always taped is frustrated with people who eat two lunches and never gain weight . . . fun is meeting veryone at Lorenzo ' s . . . Happiness is watching Mr. Piasecki running laps after we win a football r baseball game . . . " Well! " ompliments of the Creniers Miss Jan-Marie Handy Leonard Street, Lakeville " All that she looks on is made pleasonter. " National Honor Society 1; Choir 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Pep Club 4. Jan ... wants to be happy . . . likes mayonnaise and dill pickles— " Oh, you think sol " . . . says life at Apponequet was incomparable and that Jade East sends her far out— Just how far out, Jan? Mr. David Hauge Bristol Street, Lakeville " He puts his troubles in a pocket with a hole in it. " Choir 1; Football 1. Silly, who wants to be a draftsman, thinks life at Apponequet was unreal . . . dislikes boring teachers and nosey old women . . . likes to wear Mod clothes . . . Happiness is listening to the " Doors " . . . " Light my Fire! " Mr. William Hoard Precinct Street, Lakeville " Worry never fixes anything. " " Primitive Pete " — wants to be a machinist but hates Fords . . . loves hamburgers and potafo-chips . . . has a habit of sleeping in class — maybe that ' s why he can ' t spell very well ... " I know " . . . Feels life at AHS was a " dud ' . . . thinks fun is doing something you ' re not supposed to do while happiness is not getting caught. NO PHUm Mr. Charles Hodges County Road, East Freetov n " Happiness is a habit— cultivate it. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Manager 4; Tribesmen 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Musical 1; SEMSBA 1, 2; District 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club , 2, 3, 4. Chuck ' s ambition is to be happy throughout life . . . doesn ' t like conceited or stuck-up girls — " How are yal " . . . has a weakness for 1950 GMC trucks and can usually be found at Zo ' s with the gang. Compliments of the Hodges ' Mr. William Holmes 4 Keith Avenue, Lakeville " In whose life the fair sex take great part. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Bill . . . wants to make lots of money so he won ' t have to worry about having empty gas tanks —Happiness is a Falcon with a pretty girl . . . " What do you mean? " Ars. Linda MacNeill Hughes y a ' m Street, Lakeville ' Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. " ■rench Club 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 1, National Honor Society 1, !, 3. .inda . . . enjoys grape jelly and spaghetti, or tartare sauce and mashed potatoes . . . " Oh Brother!! " —Hope John does! Her favorite place is the top of the hill on Old Center Street while listening o " Country Joe and the Fish? " Mr. William Hughes Hemlock Point, East Freetown " All great men are dead and I ' m not feeling well. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Bill . . . plans to have a lot of fun at Senior parties . . . likes school baked buns and Jungle rot? . . . His pet peeves are stuck-up girls and the class of ' 70 . . . Happiness is knowing this is his last year at Apponequet . . . After graduation, he ' ll be going to Boston to become a pharmacist . . . " Get on the stick! " Aiss Susan Johnson 3 Clear Pond Road, Lakeville On a life lived for others is a life worth while. " ■asketball 1, Assistant Manager 2; Latin Club 2; Future Teachers Club 4; Yearbook 4. ue ... is a dedicated peace advocate and always wears her peace symbol . . . finds World Cultures discussions of particular enjoyment. She would like to build a free school in which to ducate all the uniformed and narrow-minded people— " This is a free society?! " PHDTQ Mr. Charles King 481 Bedford Street, Lakeville " Why worry what tomorrow brings, today is here. " Tennis 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4. Snoop . . . wants to be an atomic engineer . . . claims the only time he takes his foot out of his mouth is to put the other in ... " I ' m serious " ... his pet peeves are people who admit their faults and don ' t do anything about them . . . • " There ' s always room for improvement " . . . Fun is wiping out your friend in the quarter. Miss Ida Loretta Kitchen 378 High Street, Assonet " Her future is planned, third finger left hand. " Pep Squad 2, 3; Senior Council 4; Yearbook 4. Ida . . . who dreams of an early marriage, often comes to school late . . . becomes annoyed when people yell and shout when it is not necessary . . . definitely has a weakness for Dick Knowles and a ' 55 Chevy wagon . . . " Right! " Compliments of Dick Knowles ,riM[-iiiifrfttHifttffiifliiiiiiiiriiiii Id Mr. Robert Joseph Lapre Cushman Avenue, East Freetown " Take fhee these talents and make the most of them. " Football Manager 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4. Bobby . . . wants to be the best example he can . . . dislikes people who ask too many questions — " Shut up for five minutes! " . . . Says he gets aggravated over little incidents . . . regards life at Apponequet as " painful. " Miss Doris Lecuyer 592 Quanapoag Road, East Freetown " Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in a woman. " Pep Club 1, 2; Class Vice President 2; Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; French Club 4, President 4; Yearbook 4. Cookie who has a weakness for stuffed animals and anything pink, wants to teach sixth grade Her pet peeves are cigars and people that don ' t shave ... " That ' s not very ladyhke, you know! " ... Fun is spending Sunday afternoon near the ocean with someone special ... Who is he. Cookie? Compl menfs of the Lecuyers Miss Nancy Lerner Hiltz Avenue, Lakeville " Wi ' tfi gentle and prevailing force intent upon her destined course. " Nance . . . wants to be a medical secretary . . . has a weakness for sad movies and sad stories . . . " For crying out loud " . . . her favorite place is Cape Cod In the summer . . . thinks fun is going to football and basketball games . . . " For Pete ' s Sake. " Aiss Leslie Lincoln 108 Main Street, Lakeville A pretty blonde dressed to perfect on, will never fail to attract attention. " National Honor Society 1; Annual Musical 1, Pep Squad 1, 2; French Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 2; Class Vice President 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Les . . . likes doing anything ... is envied because of her Natural blonde hair. Happiness to her is loving and being loved. " That ' s close! " Les is known for her large appetite, but vi here do all fhose pounds go? Zompliments of the Lincolns Miss Sheila Lopes 507 Braley Road, East Freetown " It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends. " Art Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Student Secretary 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Shell . . . vk ' ants to earn money as a secretary so that she can enjoy her favorite pastime- spending money . . . " Gunky " . . . likes Seekonk Speedway and fire drills in the middle of boring classes . . . " Now cut that out! " Compliments of the Lopes ' Ar. Richard Lynch jimpson Lane, Assonet am unabashed y in favor of women. " Student Council 1; French Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4. Fister . . . wants to coach football some day . . . has a habit of giving kids black eyes, although he nas a weakness for blue eyes, (and long blonde hair) . . . surfing is fun to him and he regards life t Apponequet as " unreal!! " ' .ompliments of the Lynchs Mr. Donald MacLeod Box 394 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " Keep smiling; it makes everyone wonder what you ' ve been up to. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; S.E.AA.S.B.A. 1; Dance Band 1, 2; Baseball 3. AAac . . . wants to make money the happy way. He has a weakness for girls and he thinks happiness is girls and motorcycles. Don says life at Apponequet was long ... (He is bored easily). To him, fun is playing hockey at his favorite hockey arena ... " I need a new hockey stick. " Miss Sharon Lee Macomber County Road, Lakeville " Painting was called ' silent poetry, ' and poetry ' speaking painting. ' The laws of each art are con- vertible into the laws of any other. " Art Club 1; Tennis 3; Polarion Organization Editor 4. Shar ... is envious of girls with permanent press gym suits . . . " This is true! " . . . has a special interest in a blue ' 65 Plymouth Fury II— the driver? Sharon believes happiness is seeking and sharing the world ' s greatest treasure— Friendship . . . " That ' s great! " Compliments of the Macombers Miss Bonnie Louise Mann 109 Bedford Street, Lakeville " She ' s sweef and friendly, not so tall; but good things come in parcels small. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Class Secretary 1; Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Polarion Activities Editor 4. Bon . . . can ' t see over the steering wheel of her car without two cushions . . . " Let ' s not worry kids. " She dislikes writing English essays and sitting through double lectures in Chem-Phys class . . . would you believe her favorite place is the Lakeville Pharmacy?! Compliments of the Manns Miss Nancy Mann 50 Clear Pond Road, Lakeville " A smile for every girl, two for every guy. " French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. Nan . . . wants to be an airline stewardess. She blushes very easily . . . " Oh no! " . . . hates nosey people . . . thinks fun is being able to do what you want. Happiness is being with someone you really like— Dave? Miss Carol Manning 28 County Road, East Freetown " There are two sides to every question. " Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2; Basketball 3; Drivers Ed. 3; Tennis 2; Yearbook 4. Carol . . . becomes annoyed with slow drivers who won ' t get out of the way when she ' s traveling in the wrong direction on " one way " streets . . . " Oh, no! " . . . Goes along completely with the Student Council ruling on culottes ... " I don ' t believe it " . . . likes Sunday drives to Newport in a little sports car with a special someone . . . wants to be a teacher— who stays in bed ' til after twelve? Compliments of the Mannings l Ar. Raymond Marcos 301 Taunton Street, Lakeville ' If you watch a game, it ' s fun. If you play it, it ' s recreation. If you work at it, it ' s golf. " National Honor Society 1; Basektball 2, 3, 4; Drivers Ed 3; Senior Council 4. Ray . . . who wants to retire at 35, has a weakness for girls, especially pretty ones with long hair. Likes pizzas— maybe that ' s why his favorite place is Lorenzo ' s. His idea of happiness is ■inking a 60 foot putt to win the USGA open. " Whoopee. " Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Marcos Miss Rita Alma Marshall 201 Main Street, Lakeville " Mouthful, attractive and stylishly dressed. " Student Secretary 3; Yearbook 4. Al ... feels happiness is money— v hich explains her ambition to become rich and grapefruit, but not school lunches . . . enjoys driving— to the Garbitts? likes roast beef l r. Dale McDonald ! ingman Street, Lakeville ' You gotta be a man to play baseball, but you gopa have a lot of little boy in you, too. " Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. 3ale . . . whose pet peeve is being late for class because his locker won ' t open, wants to be a ' ocational teacher . . . could spend all his time riding around in his car and will be particularly lappy when he no longer has any car payments due ... " 1 know! " Miss Charlene Mclntire 446 Lakeside Ave., Lakeville " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Charlie . . . likes being able to do what she wants . . . has a weakness for boys with black hair and blue eyes . . . loud mouth people are her pet peeve . . . " Don ' t be so stupid. " Happiness is being friendly with everyone. Mr. Dennis AAedeiros Richnnond Road, Assonet " would be better if I could, but it ' s awfully lonesome being good. " AAedeiro . . . wants to be a mechanical engineer . . . can be easily distinguished by a pair of bow-legs . . . prefers short girls. He doesn ' t like Fords . . . thinks fun is plenty of straight road. Mr. William Mello 81 Main Street, Lakeville " All other knowledge is hurtful to him who has not honesty and good nature. " Memorial High: Student Librarian 1. Bill . . . who wants to enter the engineering field, thinks fun is Chem-Phys Labs, but he dislikes double lectures with AAr. Mitchell. He has a weakness for Spelling Homework . . . could that be why his idiosyncrasy is forgetting homework assignments? Bill thinks that life at Apponequet was captive . . . " That ' s what they ' d like to believe. " Miss Barbara Mercier Box 504 Braley Road, East Freetown " Mafce the most of life while you may, life is short and wears away. " French Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. " Shine " . . . wants to get herself out of Apponequet . . . feels life here was corrupting . . . " is that right? " She has a habit of sitting in the middle of the road and dancing without music . . . " Huh? " . . . Her weakness is Glenn, and she considers happiness is being with him. Miss Dawn Charlotte Mitai Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown " She IS gentle, good, and true— a friend to me, a friend to you. " AFS Student from New Zealand 4; Field Hockey 4, Co-Captain 4; National Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 4, Vice President 4; Leader ' s Club 4, Vice-President 4; AFS Club 4; Future Teacher ' s Club 4; Debate Team 4. Sunrise . . . plans to become a teacher or a lawyer . . . " By Crikey! " . . . Her idea of happiness is good drink, good company, and fine food. Does this mean a night out at Lorenzo ' s with a hazel eyed graduate of Apponequet? . . . " I ' ll have a go at it! " Comp ' men s of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Ashley Jr. Mr. Harry Mitchell 8 Taunton Street, Lakeville " In a sense lhe game belongs to him. He is the quarterback. " National Honor Society 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Tribesman 1, 2, 3, 4; District 1, 2; All-State 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Council 4. Harry, whose ambition is to be another Joe Namath, claims fun is celebrating after winning a football game . . . found life at A.H.S. unbelievable. Spends a lot of time in Sommerville . . . Really? " Compliments of Mrs. Margaret Mitchell Miss Jacqueline C. Montplaisir 500 North Main Street, Assonet " Life is one great bubble— full of fun. " Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Jackie . . . dislikes cutting her bangs and riding on bus major in oceanography . . . loves weekends In Cuttyhunk . . Compliments of the Montplaisirs kAr. Gary Lance Morris " ounty Street, Lakeville Be happy while you ' re living, you ' re a long time dead. " ootball 1. lap . . . wants to be a professional motorcycle stunt rider and bass player ... his pet peeves are vise underclassmen, dirty rumors, and people who gossip just for the sake of saying something . definitely has a weakness for someone named Joan and 213 Middleboro Road ... Happiness a brand new " 69 " Harley 900 ... " Oh, No, Yeah! " 8 ... " I ' m crushed " . . . wants to . Happiness is finally learning to swim. Mr. Niels Nielsen County Road, Lakeville " Athletics acclaimed him her favorite son. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Nels . . . one of the speediest and most talented athletes ir envies people with straight noses . . . " Shoot ' em! " ... his really enjoys a certain thirst quenching brew . . . " Ya, that ' s right. ' the history of favorite place is Apponequet Puckerbush Mr. Gary Newbegin 208 Fourth Avenue, Lakeville " Some day the world will need a man— I ' ll wait. " Portland High: Band 1; Cross Country 2. Apponequet High: Track 3. Newby . . . wants to rich$$$ . . . dislikes being awakened in the morning and is annoyed with unrealistic advertisements and commercials . . . has a weakness for girls, built-up cars, boats, motorcycles, and food . . . doesn ' t like to say " hello " first even though he ' d like to ... Happiness is being accepted . . . " It ' s been real. " Mr. John Joseph Nunes 80 Main Street, Lakeville " It ' s not what you do, it ' s what you get away with. " John . . . wants to be a gym teacher but his pet peeve is a coach who likes to see people run . . . Run?!?!— " Tomorrow! " . . . favorite foods are linguica and kale soup . . . claims his idiosyncrasy is driving like a human being! (Could this be right??) ... but certainly feels he is telling the truth when he claims that happiness is playing football . . . " groovy! " Miss Cynthia Mae Oliver 526 Braley Road, East Freetov n " The best way to secure future happiness is to be as happy as is possible today. " String Ensemble 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soft- ball 2; Tennis 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Drivers Ed 3; Choir 4; Sandpipers 4; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Cindy . . . wants to be a social worker . . . enjoys Horseneck Beach after 10:00 p.m. or a weekend in New York after she turns 18— How would you know, Cyn? ... talks to herself ... " That ' s senile. " Compliments of the Olivers Miss Elaine Ouimette Estelle Avenue, East Freetown " Women only give to friendship what they borrow from love. " Gymnastics 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Library Aide 1, 2, 3. Lainie . . . loves to run barefoot in the snow . . . " Such is life! " ... a wink, especially from guys with blue eyes and muscles, melts her . . . you may find her working in an X-ray room, or hear her asking, " Your number, please? " Mr. Allan Page Charbonneau Avenue, East Freetown " Whaf IS life without a little fun. " Chess Club 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3. Doug ... is undecided about most things, but knows he doesn ' t like stuck-up girls. After graduation he hopes to travel— to Meadowbrook Drive-in? Considers it fun to be in a room with 100 girls! . . . " Look Out! " Compliments of the Pages Mr. Larry Paquette Box 40 County Road, E. Freetown " Never say more than is necessary. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Larry . . . v ants to be a teacher. He sometimes has a strange hunger for weird things. Wish we knew more! Miss Gayle Frances Peck Bedford Street, Lakeville " She may look serious, she may look shy, but she ' s full of fun ' tween you and I. " 3and 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Yearbook 4. Gayle . . . can ' t understand why one must be cheerful in the morning (Ed. If if ' $ any comfort, neither can we!) ... enjoys carrots with ketchup on them— " This Is good?! Tall boys (from Long Island?) and clothes are among her favorites, but she would rather go barefoot than have fo wear shoes . . . " This is true. " Compliments of the Pecks Miss Carol Ann Pimental Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " Be not the slave of words. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 2, 3; Student Secretary 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook Business A anager 4. Carol . . . has dreams of going to California with Betty Luz to pursue a career as a secretary . . . " Bunsie! " is obsessed with a passion for money, money, money! She would like to spend all her earnings ' on a good time . . . " Good Heavens. " Comp imenfs of Mr. and Mrs. Pimental Miss Eleanor May Pittsley 456 Chace Road, East Freetown " Kind words are the music of the world. " Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. Effy, whose ambition is fo be a beautician, enjoys being with people— especially if they are happy . . . doesn ' t like to repeat things for the benefit of those who don ' t listen when someone is speaking . . . " For goodness sake! " . . . would like to spend a lot of time on the Cape just listening to music. Compliments of the Pittsleys Mr. Donald Poirier Gerard Avenue, East Freetown " Eat, drink, and be merry; for tomorrow we go to school. " Tennis 3; Cross Country 4; Track 4. Don . . . has a special interest in technical drawing but plans to continue his studies in Data Processing ... claims he took quite a chance driving with one of the girls in Driver Ed ... " What ' s happening?! " . . . found life at Apponequet excruciating— maybe because of school lunches and having to run sprints, J.C.? Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Poirier Miss Paula Kathleen Renwald 6 Lori Lane, Lakeville " The merit of originality is not novelty; it is sincerity. " Kathy, who says her favorite place is Hampton Beach at 3:30 a.m., wants to work in Falmouth ... listening fo WBCN ( " The American Revolution " ) makes her happy. Her pet peeves are rules, business courses, and everyone at Aponnequet . . . " This could be critical! " Miss Ruth A. Reynolds Morton Road, East Freetown " Active, stirrir , all afire; cannot rest, will not tire. " Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4, Head Majorette 4; Yearbook 4. Motormouth . . . you ' re likely fo see her at a game twirling to " Onward Lakers " . . . has a weakness for a certain someone with messed-up black hair and a MG ... dislikes stuck-up people and being kept waiting by anyone . . . enjoys dancing barefoot to loud music and is never at a loss for things to say. Happiness is putting a big fluffy sheep dog in a little sports car ... " That cracked me up! " Comp imenfs of the Reynolds ' Miss Cynthia Ann ' Roderick 479 Chace Road, East Freetown " Gentle in manner, firm in reality. " Cindi . . . would like to marry a rich man and never have to wear shoes . . . dislikes getting up in the morning to go to school . . . spends all her spare time in New Bedford— is that because there are a lot of tall sailors downtown? Miss Arlene C. Rogers Richnnond Road, Assonet " Small of stature but not of heart. " Library Aide. Arlene ... is planning to become a secretary and will probably spend her lunch hour at Howdy ' s (eating cheeseburgers) ... has a weakness for blonde hair and blue eyes ... becomes annoyed with teachers who nag . . . " Whatcha say? " — happiness is getting out of school! Miss Beverly Rounsvell Mason Road, East Freetown " Charm is of use in all things and pleases everyone. " Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; Majorette 4; Yearbook 4. Bev . . . who wants to be a legal secretary, likes riding on the back of a bike in the rain- is the driver a certain guy who goes to S.M.T.I.? . . . After graduation she ' ll probably spend a lot of time at her favorite place— Horseneck. Compliments of the Rounsvells Mr. Alfred Daniel Roy 459 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " They never fail who die in great causes. " Dan . . . owns a Chevy but likes Fords . . . " tricked you " . . . enjoys riding around the country- side—especially Berkley, but has a special interest for someone who lives in Rehoboth. Compliments of the Roys Mr. Gerald Santos 545 Braley Road, East Freetown " A man ' s popularity is an index to his character. " Drivers Ed. 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4. Gerry ... is inclined to become emotional and yell at the Refs at ball games— " What ' s happen- ing? ... has a weakness for food and money and plans a career as an aircraft mechanic ... " Out of sight " . . . being able to sleep late in the morning would make him completely happy. Comp imenfs of Mr. and Mrs. Cosimiro Santos Mr. Alan Walter Scholz County Road, Lakeville " Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do. " Football 1, 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Schlitz . . . wants to be a carpenter but doesn ' t like to wear shoes— you ' d better watch your toes Alan! He says fun is being with friends and having a wild time . . . also confesses that he can ' t keep out of trouble— wonder why? Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Scholz Miss Mary Anne Sena Staples Shore Road, Lakeville " A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair. " Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Yearbook 4. Trudy . . . wants to fly the friendly skies with TWA . . . dislikes draft-card burners and pot smokers . . . has a weakness for " Fat Andy " and fast cars . . . Happiness is getting the last word in. CompZ ments of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew D. Sena Miss Anne Elizabeth Shard Lakeview Heights, Lakeville " What is lovely never dies, but passes into other loveliness. " Driver Ed 2; Yearbook 4. Kitty . . . likes watching drum and bugle corps, especially the Whalers at Marine Park . . . wants to travel but doesn ' t relish driving with her mother . . . her weaknesses are dimples and a pleasant smile from a certain male . . . " You ' re tuff " . . . " Are you for real? " . . . Fun is an open party —We all agree Anne. Compliments of Mrs. Shard Mr. Robert Marshall Shaw, Jr. 18 Bridge Street, Lakeville " Remember Napo eon was a little man. " Baseball 2, 3. Bob ... is notorious for taking the wrong book to class ... has a weakness for eighth period English— " Really? " Claims life at Apponequet was grim, probably because he gets indigestion from school lunches ... fun is having batting practice with a T-square and a piece of type. NO PHOTO Mr. Stephen Sirop Box 397A Paul Avenue, East Freetown " It ' s necessary to relax your muscles when you can. Relaxing your brain is fatal. " Football 4; Basketball 4. Steve . . . wants most of all to remain healthy and to be able to enjoy sports forever— maybe that ' s why he thinks fun is competition ... is happiest when relaxing in the comfort of his home and eating fried chicken and meat loaf . . . " Hey, man! " Miss Patricia Leslie Stevens Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " A little bit of seriousness mixed with a dash of fun. " National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Patti . . . dislikes riding on a crowded school bus. She has a craving for sour cherry lifesavers and longs to own a 1969 Camaro SS. To Patti, life at Apponequet was 0 % C ... " That ' s an understatement! " Compliments of the Brulottes Mr. Raymond Harvey Stone Myricks Street, Berkley " Books— things devised by the enemy. " Traffic Squad 3. Rocky Point, whose ambition it is to be a mechanic, can usually be found at St. Ives cars, especially Fords, and girls in short skirts are among his weaknesses ... " I know! " . fast Miss Sandra Ruth Strickland Mill Street, Lakeville " The woman worthwhile is the one who can smile when everything goes dead wrong. " Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 3. Sandy . . . wants to become a secretary and a good wife . . . " Hey Love " . . . She ' s found a new purpose for book covers— she folds them and puts them inside her books! (teachers take notice) . . . has a habit of making faces at people as they drive along the highway. Hope you don ' t get caught! Mr. Paul M. Sullivan Simpson Lane, Assonet " It is the province of knowledge to speak, and it is the privilege of wisdom to listen. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Dance Band 1, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; SEMSBA 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 1, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Yearbook Co-Editor 4; Boys State Representative 3; Youth for Nixon Club 4, Chairman 4. Sully ... is always writing notes to himself. What would you do if you lost them? . . . says happiness is meeting a yearbook deadline . . . enjoys sailing in a good breeze or browsing through book stores. Compliments of the Sullivans Miss Deborah Ann Sylvia Box 403 Paul Avenue, East Freetown " Quietness has its own charms. " Debbie, who dislikes homework and book reports, found life at Apponequet unusual . be a beautician . . . enjoys being with friends . . . her favorite place is Cape Cod the breaks. " Compliments of the Sylvias wants to . " That ' s Miss Susan Lynn Sylvia County Road, Lakeville " My own thoughts are my companions. " Sue . . . whose ambition is to help people find a purpose in life, becomes frustrated when all her tests come on the same day . . . refuses to believe what she doesn ' t want to believe about people ... " You ' ve got to be kidding! " ... enjoys watching television and thinks fun is a vaca tion from school— Don ' t we all? Mr. Kevin Thorley 62A Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " Persons of good nature seldom fall into dispute. " National Honor Society 1, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Football 4, AAanager 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Yearbook Sports Editor 4. Kevin, our sports correspondent, wants to be a doctor— (Ed. an opportune chance to meet Florence Nightingale) ... found that English, World Cultures, Chem-Phys labs and football practices involved a lot of hard work, effort and study . . . considers complete happiness a foot- ball victory. Compliments of the Thorleys Miss Judith Lorraine Tinkhann Bedford Street, Lakeville ' True to her work, her world, and her friends. " Judy . . . wants to live a long, healthy, and happy life ... has a weakness for food and money ... dislikes people who are loud and show-off ... her favorite place is a big department store . . . found life at Apponequet adventurous . . . " Ya, sure! " 1 Mr. Alan G. Torren Taunton Street, Lakeville " His limbs were cast in manly mold, for hardy sports and contests bold. " Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4. Al . . . would like to travel, has a weakness for girls and Falcons ... The " Pit? " . . . " Right now. Lip? " . . . Really enjoys those great football practices and lying under a tree during track practice ' . . . Groovy. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Torren Mr. Robert Weaver Mill Street, Assonet " Be always merry as you can, for none delights in a sorrowful man. " Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Weight Lifting 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Weaver hates driving a Corvette ... " unreal! " ... has a weakness for money ... can frequently be found in the gym, except on Saturday nights when he usually goes somewhere with Nieis-the Coronation Bali!? To him life at Apponequet was " long. " Miss Sheryl Anne Winters Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " The secret of success is constancy to purpose. " Library Aide 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Sherry . . . may be seen wearing her glasses on the top of her head . . . seems to love anything that is yellow ... is fond of Boston but found Apponequet aggravating— could it be because of the necessity for class participation? Miss Carol Wojtkunski 445 Chace Road, East Freetown " Full of smiles, full of fun, she is liked by everyone. " Brownie . . . becomes aggravated when people make fun of her voice— Could it be because she squeaks? " Oh, Les, what am I gonna do! " She thinks fun is being with someone you like — Billy? " Time Has Come Today " for our " Magic Carpet Ride " to come to an end and for us to " Slip away. " So we, the " Soul Searchin " Seniors of ' 69, do hereby bequeath, to " The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly " left at AHS, our most prized possessions: BOB WEAVER and NIELS NIELSON leave all the great times at the Puckerbrush to all the other kids. JEFF BEAULIEU leaves his practice T-shirt to anyone who dares pick it up. REGINA COBB leaves still wondering which staircase is up! SUE JOHNSON leaves Mr. Jorgenson to his conservative views! EDDIE BEECH leaves Mr. Looney drooling for Cross-Country stars like himself. GINNY DUNHAM leaves the wonderful job of Band Secretary to some future Senior. DAVID HAUGE leaves his luck and good fortune to Mike and Roger. ARLENE ROGERS leaves Marty and Lenny alone to fight out their differences of opinion during first lunch. CHUCK HODGES leaves his tennis racket to June Poineau— a future star (??) JOAN CASSIDY leaves THE ' megaphone to the Varsity Cheerleaders surviving this year, and an ace bandage for future casualties. RAY STONE leaves his fighting in shop to Armand Monterio. GARY MORRIS leaves a gigantic picture of Jim Morrison to Mike Begley. NANCY FRENCH leaves the bass part in the Sandpipers to Nancy Donaghy along with a great name. ELAINE OUIMETTE leaves her cashier job in the cafeteria to anyone who wants free lunches. RICKY LYNCH leaves all the " fun " at football practices to Dick Dias. SANDRA STRICKLAND leaves her job as library aide to anyone who needs free passes into the library. ALAN SCHOLZ leaves all the adventures at AHS to Rita Morais. BARBARA CHADWICK leaves uniform 42 to someone who doesn ' t bruise easily. DARLENE CORNELL leaves Mrs. Parker a quiet library. SUE SYLVIA leaves all her knowledge to the next Senior Class. ANNE SHARD leaves her-seat in study to Denise. MERRILL CHACE leaves nothing to anybody. ELEANOR PITTSLEY leaves Mrs. Parker ' s typing to Sharon Pittsley. DONALD BISHOP leaves all the teachers to Joan Soucy. CINDY OLIVER leaves her dirty gym socks to find their own way home. DEBBIE FREW leaves making noise in the halls and in the locker room, and a pack of Marlboro ' s to Nina Faye. KATHY BLAIR leaves Mr. Franco a quiet freehand drawing class. JAN HANDY leaves " serious " algebra classes to Carol Buckman. ROY CALIRI leaves his shoes to anyone who wants to fill ' em. (let ' em try!!) GERTRUDE ALVES leaves a dirty old pair of gym sneakers and an empty can of Right Guard to Carol Markowski so she ' ll be best dressed in gym class. CHRIS DESJARDINS leaves memories of marching band and " Onward Lakers " to June Poineau. WILLIAM MELLO leaves a quiet technical drawing class to Mr. Peterson. PETER GAMACHE leaves his traffic squad posts to anyone who doesn ' t mind getting pushed and shoved to another post. SHERRY ELLIS leaves another student to give Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Jackson a little " excitement, " and try to make harmony between the great Music De- partment and the " glorious " Science Department. SUE BOLER, RUTH REYNOLDS, and BEV ROUNSVELL leave a bus so that no one will be left out on the way to Horseneck. BILLY DUNHAM leaves a seat on that bus to any boy who dares go along. NIELS NIELSON leaves " cycle power " to Mike Pinsault. (Watch it Mike!) DALE MacDONALD leaves his broken teeth to Coach Piasecki. DEBBI BROWN leaves all her crushes to the next Senior girl fickle enough to handle them! (Good Luck) BILL HOLMES leaves one case of eggs to Wally Place. CAROL PIMENTAL leaves Micky Sena to suffer through one more horrible year!! IDA KITCHEN leaves happily with wedding bells ringing in her ears. JON CHACE leaves his traffic squad post to an upcoming Senior. DON MacLEOD leaves his Wallace buttons to Mike Ptneault. BONNIE MANN leaves all those inspiring double-period lectures to all future Chem-Phys students. LESLIE LINCOLN leaves AHS to her sisters-(let them worry about it!) STEVE ERICKSON leaves more Ford power to Ford people. DAVE COURTEMANCHE leaves . . . wishing he never came! JESSI GONSALVES leaves happily with Phil waiting at the church. HARRY MITCHELL leaves a temper pill to Mrs. Parker! (Only one??) GERRY SANTOS leaves his black glove and gold medal to any upcoming star! ROBERT LAPRE leaves his aching back to anyone who wants to pitch and get out of gym. Right to ya— H.N. DORIS LECUYER leaves a quiet chemistry class to Mr. Falcon. CAROL MANNING leaves all her bubble gum wrappers to Mr. Goodfellow. (advanced lunch ...?!) DONALD PORIER leaves his great running ability to sophomore, Tom Cleverly. TOM ADAMS leaves Wayne Torren a map to the Puckerbrush. (How about letting the rest of us have one, too!!) SUE BROADBENT leaves her place in the student parking lot to her brother Mike— good luck. NANCY LERNER leaves Steno II class to anyone who dares to take it. GARY NEWBEGIN leaves his smelly gym shirt to Steve Norton. (How can you give it up, Gary?!?) GAIL ' FIELDS leaves open doors and a parents punch-in clock to Debby and Allyn. ANNA FERNANDES leaves for parts unknown. CHARLES KING leaves a settled library to Mrs. Parker. DONNA ADAMS leaves a bottle of Excedrin to Mrs. Staples so she ' ll be pre- pared for the next student who gives her Excedrin headaches— that bad. Donna? PAUL SULLIVAN leaves his place in senior classes to his brother, Dave. WILLIAM HOARD leaves his places of rest to any underclassman who wants them. KEVIN THORLEY leaves his being stomped on to future scrimmage bait in football. PATTI STEVENS leaves all her troubles with Middleboro guys to Gerry Fairhurst, and wishes her the best of luck. BARBARA MERCIER leaves Denise Roy an undented mailbox and a new beer can to replace the crushed one. JUDY TINKHAM leaves the World Issues discussions to her brother, Dennis. LYNN PRATT leaves Apponequet with a smile! MARY SENA leaves Mike Pineault hoping they can continue their happy sessions at Clear Pond as lifeguards. MONTE DAWSON leaves Mr. Mitchell his soldering gun and electronics equip- ment. SHERYL WINTERS leaves Gary to suffer!! PAUL GRENIER leaves his football helmet to anyone who has a size 7 5 8 squash. LINDA HUGHES leaves . . . early. SHEILA LOPES leaves her brain to Chip-take care of it! SHARON MACOMBER leaves all the " fun " at Apponequet to John and Cindy. LINDA DERAGON leaves a locker for Ann Marie Smith to use and mess up by herself. RAY MARCOS leaves Mrs. Parker a package of beer nuts . . . NOT to be eaten in the library. ROBERT SHAW leaves the bench to anyone who has the patience to sit there! DAWN MATIA leaves her school spirit to the girls ' hockey team, or anyone who wants it! JACKIE MONTPLAISIR leaves Chem-Phys III to any other girl stupid enpugh to take it! LORRAINE AGUIAR leaves the linely halls of Apponequet to Sharon! GAIL PECK leaves one slightly large band uniform to anyone else who wants to wear the same one for four years. THE SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS leave a challenge to the Juniors to, beat the ' 68 season! THE CHEM-PHYS III CLASS that never made it happily leaves Mr. Mitchell as a " unique group!! " PAUL SULLIVAN and JOAN CASSIDY leave next year ' s co-editors " Five Minutes More. " THE YEARBOOK STAFF leaves exhausted. Clo55 of U leo es . .. +V at Joels Built ' ' ujith Suee-t inspjftfi+ions " of " Scor bo ougV) FqiPv ' fiNcj Love IS Glvje 9q +o heat?. vV -thpough -VVii «Ape vj Toe. 0i otO3 A.H.S. Our Typical Seniors Are . . . . . . as cheerful as Cindy and Gerry . . . laugh ... as merrily as Carol and Steve . . . " You know you really turn me on. " " If I knew that you knew, that I knew, that you knew . . : " ... as likely to succeed as Joan and Paul . . . as talkative as Gerry and Ruth " Lookin ' for fun . . . and feelin ' groovy. " " You don ' t have to paint me a picture. " as ambitious as Paul, Joan, and Lynn . as good-natured as Billy and Bonnie ' What a day for a day dream. " " Let ' s hang on, to what we ' ve got. " . as dramatic as Niels and Sherry . . . . . haye as good a personality as Chris and Don . . . " I got you babe. " ' Who ' ll be the next in line? ' as flirtatious as Ricky and Mary as cute as Harry and 8ev " I love how you love me. " Beauty is only skin deep. " . . . as good looking as Mary and Dave " You must have been a beautiful baby. " . . . have as good an appefite as Bob and Deb . . . " Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, I ' ve got love in my tummy. " . . . as courteous as Dawn and Roy . . . " She was a day tripper. " . . . as good all round as Harry and Cindy . . . " You just keep me hanging on. " . . . as studious as Paul and Joan . . . " Don ' t know much about history books . . . as tough as Niels and as sweet as Bonnie . . . " Baby Face " as friendly as Cindy and Gerry ... as feminine as Doris and as mas- culine as Alan . . . " Mrs. Brown, you ' ve got a lovely " Two girls for every boy ' daughter. " pes so. SHQfcif I EASTERN m ' baseball cmm " And the beat goes on. " If I were a carpenter " Mr. Charles Chace " A student is a person who is learning to fulfill his powers and to find wa ys of using them in the service of mankind. " Faces of Mr. Edward Mitchell " I want what I want when I want it! " Mrs. Evelyn Staples " For most men life is a search for the proper manila envelope in which to get themselves filed. " Mr. David Peterson " Wit has truth in it; wisecrack- ing is simply calisthenics with words. " Mrs. Anna Crampton " One man ' s brain plus one other will produce about one half as many ideas as one man would have pro- duced alone. " Mr. Dean Powers " The map of America is a map of endlessness, of opening out, of forever and ever. No man ' s face would make you think of it but his hope might, his courage might. " Mrs. Norma Wilkie " A child is an island of curiosity surround- ed by a sea of ques- tion marks. " Mr. John Riley " The only thing that matters is caring- deep caring. " Mrs. Harriet Parker ' Eternal silence be their doom. " Our Faculty Mrs. Louise Hackett " Find out where you can ren- der a service, and then render it. " Miss Carol Scares " Literature is an investment of genius which pays dividends to all subsequent times. " Mr. Eric Jorgenserv " it is easy enough to praise men for the courage of their convictions. I wish I could teach the sad young of this mealy generation the courage of their confusions. " Mr. John Franco " Art is nothing more than the shadow of hu- manity. " Mrs. Cecile West " T-l-l-l-M-E " Mr. Albert Genovese " All 1 wanted was to connect my mood with those of Paris. " Mrs. C onstance Barth " A circle may be small, yet it may be as mathematically beautiful and perfect as a large one. " Miss Jean Stonehouse " Who can direct when all pretend to know? " Mr. Thomas Boyd " Books must follow sciences, and not sciences books. " In Appreciation Class Advisors Mrs. Andrea Forbes " The man who eats peas with a knife I look upon as a lost creature. " Mr. Robert Dorsey " Ask not what your country can do for you— ask what you can do for your country. " Mr. Joel Fernandez " We are all, it seems, saving ourselves for the Senior Prom. But many of us forget that somewhere along the way we must learn to dance. " Polarion Advisor Mr. Francis Rose " Any man who has had the job I ' ve had and didn ' t have a sense of humor wouldn ' t still be here. " For Their Assisfanoe Mrs. Barbara Rose " Run a moist pen slick through everything and start afresh. " Mr. Gordon Goodfellow " I never give them hell. I just tell the truth, and they think it ' s hell. " Under alas smeri " Try to remember the kind of Gep+ember when life was gay and oh so mellow. " " No more fears we will cry. and we have finally dried our eyes, and we ' re movin on up, Lord have mercy, we ' re movin on up. " " If I ruled the world " Come on down to my boat " — ( Franky?!) " You get no bread wilh one meat ball. " n r " People who need people are fhe luckiesf people In the world " student Council Chrisline Desjardins, President; Elizabeth Cain, Vice-President; Nancy Donaghy, Secretary; Harry Mitchell, Treasurer. Sherry Ellis, A.F.S. Committee Chairman National Honor Qociety Junior National Honor Sooiefy Phillip Shaw, President; Cary McGuire, Vice President; Anne Couture, Secretary; Arthur Mahoney, Treasurer. Paul Grenier, Captain; Richard Dias, Co-captain. Debating Qociety Sheryl Booth, President Junior High Debaters Future Nurses of America ina Zuber, President; Claudia Lincoln, Vice-PresidentI; Carol Buchman, Secretary-Treasurer. Paul Sullivan, President; Diane Baptiste, Vice-President; Deborah Frew, Secretary; Doris Lecuye urer. Qymphonic Band Don MacLeod President Sherry Ellis Librarian ITS Ginny Dunham Secretary AAr. Douglas Jackson ' Hey, AAr. Tambourine man " Little Drummer Boy " Dale AAacDonald Business AAanager Susan Thomas Librarian Paul Sullivan Treasurer ' The ants come marching Junior High Band James Richmond, President; David Boch, Treasurer; Anne Couture, Secretary; Dana Mitchell, Librarian. Junior High Choir Nancy Charland, President; Debra LeCuyer, Vice-President; Pamela Taylor, Treasurer; Albert Wojthunski, Secretary; Cheryl Crump, Librarian. Qenior High School Choir Mr. Douglas Truran " And learn the wondrous power of music, to move. Elizabeth Cain Librarian Coach ' s Page " I don ' t think winning is the most important thing. I think winning is the only thing. r r The rigid volunteer rules of right and wrong in sports are second only to religious faith in moral training. wmm i Men like to win; but women hate to lose. ' In football you have to be a finisher. I call it " finishing, " but you don ' t learn it in Miss Hewitt ' s school for young ladies. OUR HONORARY COACH I don ' t play the sport, but I can be one. Football constitutes the sustaining background of the life of a man upon whose faithful daily toil and exertion all the progress of society depends. I have always adhered to two principles: First to Gracious!! Is that the way you drib- train hard, second to forget about the other fellow be a basketball? until you face him on the floor. Speed and guile offset brawn and size. Pep Club Varsity Club Feelin ' groovy " Majorettes Chris Ruth Sue Cross Country s e V e n W I n s T h r e e L o s 8 e 8 Lakers Opp. Sacred Heart Forfeit 21 Marshfield 34 34 Hanover 25 17 Duxbury 46 22 Avon 35 Lakers 30 29 38 28 22 Opp. W. Bridgewater 29 Norwell 30 Holbrook 21 E. Bridgewater 30 Cohasset 33 Roy— finished third in Class D, State Meet. Tom— placed seventh in South Shore League Meet. Gerry— placed eleventh in South Shore League Meet. i 1 968 Football Paul Jeff Harry Most Valuable Paul Grenier Rick Lynch Bob and Alan move in for the kill. Dave awaili one of Harry ' s passes. Basketball ' Song of a Baker " " Old friends " " Get on up. " Not enough Indians. " " Pictures of matchstick men. ' " All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth. " Baseball " Hmm look what I found! " Dale scoops up a hot grounder. Track Catch me if you can. " " By the time we get to Phoenix ' ' Jumpin ' Jack Flash ' ' Runnin ' just as fast as I can. " Tennis " Don ' t give up. " " I say a little prayer. " " I ' m not ready yet. ' Field Hockey " Yes, 1 can; No you can ' t. ' " Help ' s on the way. " Girls ' Basketball GRIFFITH FIELg " When we were seventeen i+ was a very good year " Coronation Ball I ' m in a dancing mood. 1 969 Mardi Gras " Keep me hangin ' on. ' Senior Awards Chucky receives the Most Valuable Player Award in Tennis. Gerry, winner In South Shore League meet And now ... a word from our sponsors!! Compliments of MELLO ' S SUPER MARKET SASSAQUIN PHARMACY MALONSON FLORIST Rt. 18 Tel.: 995-1421 3304 Acushnet Ave.- —New Bedford Serving Freetown, Lakeville and Acushnet GRACIA FURNITURE COMPANY 40 Delano Street JOSEPH MANUEL CongratulaHons from VILLAGE CLEANSERS South Main St., Assonet SARKES SHELL SERVICE STATION 995-8 1 1 3 2963 Acushnet Avenue LAGESSE AND SON SAW SERVICE 2777 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford 995-01 12 WESTERN AUTO STORE 1480 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford FLOWERS BY MONTY OF NEW BEDFORD Compliments of CHARLIE ' S BARBER SHOP County Road East Freetown L E. SENEGAL PHARMACY TADEUSZ ZIEMBA. Reg. Ph. 2180 Acushnet Ave. at Lunds Corner New Bedford 995-0415 Compliments of HARRY THE HATTER Compliments of THE BOSTON STORE JEFFREY ' S The Shop of Fashionable Women 1484 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford SUBURBAN LAUNDROMAT 3 Hour Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service UNITED REMNANT STORE 143! Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. MICKEY ' S RESTAURANT 1421 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford Phone 2-6162 Compliments of TANES LUNCHEONEHE Best Wishes to the Class of ' 69 From the APPONEQUET BAND PARENTS CLUB A. L. VAN LENTEN Insurance — Rest Estate Bus.: 947-4040 69 Main Street Res.: 947-2478 Lakeville, Mass. 02346 HOMES- -SUMMER COTTAGES— RENTALS LORRAINE SHARD Compliments of Real Estate PINE GROVE CLEANERS 2763 Acushnet Ave. Lalceview Heights Phone: New Bedford Lakeville, Mass 947-9056 NOVICK JEWELERS 794 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of LAKEVILLE SAND GRAVEL, INC COUNTRY FUR SHOP at Nanfelt Mink Farm Route 79 Lakeville. Mass. 02346 Telephone (617) 947-0994 Compliments of GEORGE THE BARBER TOURS— CRUISES JOHN M. CALLAN TRAVEL AGENCY 17 South Main Street Middleboro 947-9830 Compliments of MACOMBER BROTHERS Forge Road Assonet Compliments of DONUT DELIGHT Compliments of CLEVERLY ' S MARKET Compliments of MIDDLEBORO OFFICE SUPPLY RICHMOND AUTOMOTIVE. INC. 190 Centre Street Middleboro, Mass. 02346 MARTENSON ' S Dry Cleaning — Dyeing — Tailoring Formal Wear to Hire 260 Centre Street Middleboro, Mass. 947-3852 OTTO ' S HAIR STYLES 260 Centre Street Middleboro, Mass. 02346 947-1500 FARRAR ' S INC. Everett Square Middleboro, Mass. We cater school events! Compliments of FAIETTI FASHION SHOPPE Middleboro, Mass. 947-3897 Compliments of BUCK ' S PHARMACY Middleboro RECORD CENTER 956 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. JOHN F. CULLEN AUTO SALES 400 Winthrop St. Taunton, Mass. NEW YORK LACE STORE H H RADIO-TV 1209 Stafford Road Fall River, Mass. Finest in Electronics BRIDES SHOWCASE Middle Road Acushnet CHERRY WEBB of NEW ENGLAND PA RAFFA ' S ITALIAN RESTAURANT TAILORED KITCHENS SUPPLY CO. 100 Tarkiln Hill Rd. New Bedford, Mass. 02745 Compliments of JIM ' S BARBER SHOP Assonet Complimenfs of A Friend Compliments of LORENZO ' S Best Wishes to the Class of ' 69 From MIDDLEBORO TRUST COMPANY Compliments of DR. ALPHONSE V. POIRIER Optometrist FREED ' S MEN ' S SHOP " Finest in Men ' s and Boys ' Wear " ASSONET VILLAGE BOOTERY Mill Street— Route 79 " Known For Quality Shoes and Fit " CAPTAIN BUB ' S MARINE County Road Lakeville, Mass. C. F. GUSHING SON Leather Goods and Luggage Compliments of THE TAMARACK RESTAURANT FRED CORREIA ' S LAKEVILLE BARBER SHOP Main Street Lakeville Compliments of LAKEVILLE ALUM. COMPANY 10 Main Street Lakeville Compliments of S S LUMBER COMPANY Best Wishes and Success to the Class of ' 69 E. J SAYERS BUILDERS Compliments of the ASSONET STAR MARKET South Main Street Assonet, Mass. Compliments of ST. YVES MOTOR SALES County Rd. Berkley MacKNIGHT ' S VARIETY Gifts — -Fountain Patent Medicines Groceries Rt. 79— Berkley 824-0832 GAL ' S ENTERPRISE Berkley, Mass. Compliments of EMERY ' S Compliments of PANESIS STORE Complimen-|-s of My Wife and I Bedford St. Lakeville, Mass. BERKLEY GENERAL STORE Berkley, Mass. Benjamin Moore ' s Paint RUTH L. HYDE The Children ' s Photographer Tel. 824-7213 Berkley St. Berkley, Mass. Compliments of LAKESIDE PARKAY STORE Lakeside Avenue Compliments of ESGER ' S FURNITURE L. H. CHACE SON CHEVROLET, INC. 161 South Main Street Middleboro, Mass. ESTABLISHED 1926 Compliments of KELLY ' S RESTAURANT 200 Center Street Middleboro GUARANTEED USED CARS CENTRE STREET MOTOR SALES Middleboro, Mass. LARRY CANNON Office 947-4877 Proprietor Res. 947-4555 Compliments of STEVE ' S SPORT DEN Middleboro Compliments of HINCKLEY SON STILES ' SHOE STORE 48-52 Center St. Middleboro 947-0102 KURT ' S LUNCH Thatcher ' s Row Middleboro SMITH ' S SUNOCO STATION Center St. Middleboro QUALITY FLOOR COVERING Linoleum — Wall to Wall Carpeting Formica and Ceramic Tile RICHARD R. MACHADO 46! 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Phone 947-1345 Phone: 995-3841 ' MILDRED ANDRADE 1 I; " Golden Touch Haidressers " At the New County Plaza, I 2 mile North of Union Hospital, Route 18 THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP Mason Rd. East Freetown Cards and Gifts MONUMENT MANUFACTURING CO.. INC. Mill St., Assonet, Mass. 617-644-2141 Mfg. of Quilted Goods Best Wishes EDITH and EARL HADLEY Compliments of RUTH ' S GRILLE South Main Street Assonet 1 BILL ' S AUTO South Main St. Assonet " Society ' s Child " NEW BEDFORD ' S FAVORITE Department Store Compliments of MARCY SOUZA Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of TERRY ' S BEAUTY SALON THOMPSON PLASTICS Olin Mai ' hieson Chemical Corp. " One Life— A Little Gleam of Time Between Two Eternities " Carlyle THE VILLAGER Best Wishes to the Class of ' 69 From ASSONET INDUSTRIES Best Wishes to the Class of ' 69 TOWN COUNTRY HOUSE County Road East Freetown, Mass. Tel. 763-2789 Compliments of BEETLE PLASTICS Compliments of RALPH ' S LUNCHEONETTE CORTES ' PACKAGE STORE (flowers and vegetables) Middleboro Road East Freetown, Mass. Compliments of BOEHLER ' S GARAGE Telephone 644-556! Sammy ' s Lane, Assonet, Mass. K. R. REZENDES, INC. General Contractor Backhoe — Shovel — Bulldozer and Trucking Service Water Mains and Appurtenances a Specialty Compliments of RAM ELECTRONICS South Main Street Assonet Compliments of POQUOY BROOK GOLF COURSE Compliments of HOWDY BEEFBURGERS Taunton, Mass. Compliments of RICHARDS PONTIAC INC. Middleboro Rd. E. Freetoy n Compliments of JOHN W. CAIN SON 462 Spring St. Fall River, Massachusetts Best Wishes to the Class of ' 69 HOWDY BEEFBURGERS 12 30 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. I Compliments of THE CORNER DRUG STORE South Main St. Assonet GOODHUE ' S CASH CARRY Rt. 18 (Opp. Cathedral Camp) East Freetown 763-8856 E. W. GOODHUE LUMBER CO. Middleboro Road East Freetown, Mass. Compliments of TRI-A Bedford St. LESTER 0. FREW Good Luck to the Graduating Class of ' 69 Compliments of LORING STUDIOS " This is my quesf. To follow that star, No matter how hopeless, No matter how far. " Here we stand at the crossroads of life with the best things to come " . . . but . . . " Once Upon a Time " . . . when we were " Young and Foolish " we took ... " A Walk in the Black Forest " on . . . " A Beautiful Morning " . . . to go to ... " AAcArthurs Park " where " We Played Games " ( " You Don ' t Have to be Italian " ) . . . " We ' re a Winner! " " Suddenly " it was " Tuesday Afternoon " . . . " And the Angels Sang " " The Sweetest Sounds " as we " Tiptoed Through the Tulips " (We got to get out of this place " ). " In the Midnight Hour " (or " In the Still of the Night " ) we went to " Scarborough Fair " ( " Tuxedo Junction " ) . . . " Do you Wanna Dance? " . . . " You and the Night and the Music. " " At Last " " Our Day Has Come " ( " Please Release Me " ) and as we leave " The House that Jack Built " we realize that the " Best is Yet to Come " . . . " It Was a Very Good Year " . . . " Thanks for the Memories. "
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