Apponequet High School - Polarion Yearbook (Lakeville, MA)

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G omm en c a ion The members of the Class of 1970 feel that there is a classmate deserving of spe- cial recognition. He has encountered special difficulties which, to someone of less determination, could easily have hindered his studies and broken his spirit. Because of his special efforts and hard work he will graduate with us this year. We would just like to say that we admire the courage and determination, we greatly respect his ef- fort, but most of all we are glad to have Cris Parker graduating with us. 7)own ilie CRa£8ii Jiofe O c minis rah ' on XaSy CPiciures junior JVi A Qln cfercfassm en Oryanizah ' ons O c iuih ' es Many of us, during our childhood years, encountered the wonderful, whimsical tale of ALICE IN WONDERLAND. We regarded it as a fairytale to be read with much pleasure as a bedtime story, and we were captivated by the charm of Alice, the White Rabbit, and the wonderful Cheshire Cat. The members of the Polarion Staff believe that Alice is much too important to be dis- missed as only a childhood diversion. ALICE IN WONDERLAND is the story of a child going through various stages of life. She experiences feelings of awkwardness, clumsi- ness, and general out of place-ness. The story is told through " Alice ' s " eyes. There are no set rules. Emphasis is put on those things " she " feels ore important. Mervin the Magician states that " the best always comes last. " Thus the Senior section is no longer at the begin- ning. Administration and faculty are seen intermingled with the students, in classrooms and corridors. Candids are of a major importance since they show the real person not a posed one. Therefore, in this, the 1 970 Polarion, we as students at Apponequet have attempted to relate to Alice ' s adventures (and often times misadventures) in Wonderland. As you, the reader, explore the pages of our book along with Alice and the Class of ' 70, we hope that you will agree with us. " Stupid things! " Alice began in a loud indig- nant voice; but she stopped herself hastily, for the White Rabbit cried out " Silence in the court! " and the King put on his spectacles and looked anxiously around, to make out who was talking. " . . . and now our principal, Mr. Duseault, respected and loved by all, though also very human. As he can sometimes be seen — getting himself in a stew — beef stew, that is. Mr. Simas, the V.P., is easily approached when you have a problem. " Please! " He can often be seen lis- tening patiently . . . 10 Qln c erc assmen 24 1 Or aniza ions C7ivin e, winA e, ' e Sail woncfer cvAa yoa re a . 27 S uc en Gouncif Senior Dlfonor Socie y Now! If the angle is 45° I ' d have to throw it at exactly. " Aw — come on, David, just one kiss? " 30 Pres.: Neil Rosen; Manager: Neal McDonald; Libs.: Sue Thomas, Tina Zober; Treas.: Carol Taylor; Sec: Anne Couture. 35 CProm 43 Senior CTlwarcfs 1 50 The efficient librarian. but, as I always say If I should lose, let me stand by the road and cheer as the winners go by. It s o lot tougher to be a football coach than a President. You ' ve got four years as a President, and they guard on you. A coach doens ' t hove anyone to protect him when things go wrong. The relationship between a pitcher and a batter is the some as that between o reporter and a President . . . they are both trying to keep each other owoy. Football today is far too much a sport for the few who con ploy it well; too many of us get our exercise from walking across the room to turn on our television sets. If you watch a game, it s fun. If you play at it, it ' s recrea- tion. If you work at it, it ' s golf. True disputants are like true sportsmen, their whole delight is in the pursuit. In a way an umpire is like a woman. He mokes quick decisions, never reverses them, and doesn t think you ' re so safe when you ' re out. 56 The reason the Lakers never lay on egg is because they don t operate on chicken fee. It may be necessary to relax your muscles once in a while, but to relax your brain is fatal. Ralph and Ned go way up. Determination. Here I come. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST DRAMATIC 74 With THIS ring I Come on . . . |ust a little more. MOST SOPHISTICATED MOST RADICAL MOST IMAGINATIVE Al — Save me! FRIENDLIEST " No Chem-Phys tomorrow! " WITTIEST " And now for my next trick. MOST ARTISTIC " A mighty fortress . 82 Senior Gouncif MR. GUDMUNDUR GUDMUNDSSON Lakeville Heights, Lakeville " As large as life and twice as natural. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 3, 4; Senior Council 4; Class Play 4. " Goody " . . . craves all food — except cafeteria grub, thot is . . . wants to be an engineer and make lots of money . . . " Bogus " . . . Fun is mutual cooperation . . . happiness is finding out that Mr. Mitchell has gone back to the surplus house againi Still water runs deep (??!) MR. DAVID T. SULLIVAN Simpson Lane, Assonet " It was so cold I almost got married. " Bond 1,2,3, 4; French Club 2; Dance Bond 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4, V. P. 4; Press Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Yearbook 4; Brass Choir 3, 4; Class V. P. 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Social Studies Evolua- tion Committee 4; Moth Evaluation Committee 4; Senior Council 4. " Sully " . . . wonts to become o teacher but likes disobeying school rules . He enjoys sleepmg late on Saturdays . . . soys older brothers are pains . . blue eyes. . . " you ' re not mad ore you? likes spaghetti and girls with 84 MISS DEBORAH KNIERIEN 279A Taunton Street, Lakeville " Well, I ' m about as tall as a shotgun, and just about as noisy. Middleboro H.S.: Field Hockey 1 , 2; Librarian 1 , 2; A Capella 2, 3; Apponequet H.S.: Honor Society 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Choir 3, 4; Treas. 4; Press Club 3, 4; Assistant Editor 4; Class Secretary 4; Pep Club 4; Science Evaluation Committee 4. " Canary " whose favorite foods ore spaghetti and dill pickles with salt, usually is talking when she shouldn ' t be . . . For some reason she dislikes school lunches . . . Claims life at A.H.S. was unusual. MISS ELLEN ARNOLD Elm Street, Assonet " Ambition has no rest! " Class Treasurer 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1 , 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Senior Council 4; Yearbook 4; French Club 1 , 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Traffic Squad 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Press Club 4; Girls Varsity Club 4; Treasurer 4. ' Honest and true " Arnie finds life taking her in the direction of Woods Hole to be a Marine Biologist. Star Drive-ln is her least favorite place — why? — but A.H.S. was just " a day in the life. " MR. STEPHEN ROBERT COUET Box 1 0, Ashley Avenue, East Freetown " You ' ll be a men, my son! " Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; President 4; French Club 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Yearbook Sports Editor 4; Press Club 4; Senior Coun- cil 4; Tribesmen 4. Steve . . . wants to become a dentist and make lots of money . . and finds school lunches distasteful, but — " You ' ll live through it " Society meetings . . . dislikes classes with boring teachers . . has a knack for skipping Honor MISS ELIZABETH JANE CAIN Mill Street, Assonet " If you would be loved, love, and be lovable. " National Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pres. 1 , Sec. 4; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Lib. 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Student Council 1,2,3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; French Club 1 , 2, Vice-Pres. 2; Basketball 1 , 2; Leaders Club 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Dance Band 3; Press Club 4; Girls Varsity Club 4; Yearbook 4; Student Activity and Social Studies Evaluating Com- mittees 4; School Needs Advisory Committee 4. " Cain " . . . hopes to be a nurse and save the world . . . " Heck! Nobody ' s perfect! " ... Her favorite place IS a quiet lake in Maine, with Curt maybe?? Life at A.H.S. was hectic and happiness is making it through the afternoon notices without a mistake. 85 MISS COLLEEN ALLEN Precinct Street, Lakeville " Speak low, if you speck of love. " Salty " who dislikes gym ond comptometers wants to get out of this place. " I ' ll never tell " — about your SIX foot someone, Colleen? She especially likes Maine and peanut butter and pickle sandwiches (?), as well as a blue Novo with a special guy inside. Skipping school is fun — as long as you don ' t get caught!! MR. BOYD ANDERSON Cross Street, Lakeville " I disapprove of what you soy, but I will defend to the death your right to say if. " Walpole High School: Basketball 2; Track 2; Debating 2; Apponequet: Track 4. Boyd, a steak and lobster man, dislikes over-emotional people . . . hopes someday to teach law, since proving someone wrong is his idea of happiness. Perhaps he ' ll live in Northern Vermont, his favorite place. !1 MR. PETER ARIETA Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " Silence is more eloquent than words. " Pete . . . whose ambition is to be an accountant, hates getting up in the morning . . . " Golly " . His fa- vorite foods ore spaghetti ond meatballs, pizza, lasagna, and Kentucky fried chicken. Claims girls. Howdy cheeseburgers, and lime gold Mustangs are his weaknesses, while the beach is his favorite place. Happi- ness is having money in his pocket. MR. MICHAEL ARTHUR Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " The first and great commandment is " Don ' t let them scare you " . " Mike . . . wonts to be an engineer — who likes school lunches?? Says he has o weakness for blue eyes, even though he s a realist. Believes you cnn get anything you want if you try hard enough. Happiness is 1:29 p.m. Monday through Friday. 86 MISS ALEXIS ASHLEY Dr. Braley Road, East Freetown " With all the confidence of o man dialing his own phone number. " Future Teachers Club 1 , 3; Honor Society 1 ; Choir 1 , 2, 4; Future Nurses Club 2; Press Club 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4. " Lex, " who has the habits of sleeping in barns and taking an occasional day off from the world, wants to become a sociologist. She con be seen taking pictures of the sunrise — while riding a motorcycle?? . . . gets a certain something out of saying " Damn it! " MISS DIANE ASHLEY 330 County Road, East Freetown " Stout heart and open hand. " " Ash " . . . wants to be an L.P.N, but if people start bossing her around, she ' ll " hang it up " for them . . . likes money, blonde hair, blue eyes and swmging her foot in class . . . life at A.H.S. was nauseating, but Howdy ' s was great. MR. GEORGE ASHLEY Ashley Avenue, East Freetown " Let every man mind his own business. " George wants to be a CP. A. ... He obtains great pleasure by wasting time in class, and is most happy when it snows or when the grange meetings ore cancelled. George ' s favorite place is Mother Nature ' s House(??) " If you can ' t beat them, then join them. " MISS LINDA LOUISE ASHLEY Dr. Braley Rood, East Freetown " T wos blow for blow, disputmg inch by inch. For one would not nor t ' other flinch. " Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; Choir 1,2,4; Sandpipers 4; SEMSBA 2; District 2; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Future Teach- er ' s Club 3, 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Co-Editor and Student Photographer. " Ash " likes to be most anywhere, cruising for burgers. Happiness is a rubber duck . . . likes to pirate around. This future math teacher soys, " Life at A.H.S. ? Well, Plymouth makes it! " (Gee, I guess we ' re all off to see the wizard.) MISS PATRICIA E. BANKS Precinct Street, Lakeville To a woman silence is the best ornament. ' " Marie " . . . loves brown-eyed guys — which one?? . . . thinks life at Apponequet was censored (?) . . . " Keep it clean " . . . she wants to make the most out of life and eat eggplant in a " 70 Boss Mustang with that brown-eyed guy. MISS DIANE BAPTISTE Lucie Avenue, East Freetown " I lough not at another ' s loss; I grudge not at another ' s gam. " Softball 1 , 3, 4; Future Teachers 1 , 2, 3; Vice-Pres. 3; Field Hockey 2, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Sr. Council 4; Girl ' s Varsity Club 4, Pres. 4; Yearbook 4. Taking wrong exits on highways seems to be Bop s bog . . . " you gopher " . . . likes guys who wear English Leather. Life at Apponequet was a hassle . . . don t worry Baps, there ' s always tomorrow. MR. CHARLES BARBOZA JR. Hilltop Acres, Lakeville " Better to reign in Hell, than to serve in Heaven. " " Chuck " . . . whose ambition is to be an electrical engineer, is forever bumping into library tables . . says he hates people who act drunk, but enjoys pizza and Lowenbrau. To Chuck, fun is a Senior party and an endless supply of money. (We agree!!) MISS ROSLYN L. BEGIN Lakeside Avenue, Lokeville " ' One of the greatest pleasures in life is conversation. " Varsity Club 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Class Secretory 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Press Club 3; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Choir 3. Beeg . . . has the unfortunate grace of saying things at the wrong time . . . is constantly accused of things she never even thought. Happiness is walking barefoot in the rain with o guy with a nice smile. m MISS BRENDA G. BELBEN Taunton Street, Lakeville " There are some silent people wtio are more interesting than the best talkers. " " Bren " just wants to groduote from high school. " Don ' t worry about it. " . . . hates to get up in the morning, but loves the beach . . . while eating pizza and coke. Fun is going to assembly and escaping from the unbearable. MR. HENRY BERNIER County Road, Lakeville " Even the hunter does not live by meat alone. " Football 2, 3. " Pud " . . . seems to have a knack for being absent when Bobby ' s present and present when Bobby ' s absent. (We ' re sure it ' s purely coincidental!!?) He ' ll be glad to getaway from Apponequet cause then he can devote his time to hunting! MR. ROBERT L. BERNIER County Road, Lakeville " I can resist everything except temptation. ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3; Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Bernier . , . dislikes school . . . " Hey chief " . . . but likes being with his friends (is that why you can al- ways be found at a party?) Well we ' ll leave you to your spaghetti and pancakes . . . together? MISS MARTHA BIGELOW 6 Hiltz Avenue, Lakeville " Wit makes its own welcome, and levels all distinctions. " Softball 2, 3. To " Marty, " fun is driving to Howdy ' s in New Bedford in a fastback Mustang with six people in the car — (is one of those people Conrad?) . . . " Wrap up, yah jucket!!! " and likes things everyone else likes ex- cept two dozen custard filled doughnuts — Ugh! 89 MISS MICHELLE T. BISSONNETTE Pickens Street, Lakeville " Beauty is its own excuse for being. " Library Aid 1; Pep Club 1; Homeroom Rep. 4. " Mich " wants only to do as she pleases. " Oh Wow! " Likes clams, pizzas, and coke and has a weakness for blue eyes and curly hair . . . Has the strange habit of raising her left eyebrow — hmmm? — in room 121? MISS PAULA M. BISSONNETTE County Street, Lakeville " And what she greatly thought, she nobly dared. " " Paul " wonts to be a secretary but she ' ll be sure to own her own Comoro and drive around with a bunch of girls. She likes Prates Drive-ln and is happy when she ' s found a certain Chevy II (or is it what ' s in it you ' re happy you found?) MR. TIMOTHY R. BLAKE 987 Locust Street, Assonet " Lightly come, lightly go. " Chess Club 1; Dance Band 3, 4; SEMSBA 3; Track 3, 4; Yearbook 4. " Tim ' wonts to be an engineer. He hates records that skip but loves girls, especially Sue D. To Tim, fun is skiing down Black Mountain . . . eating pizza, ravioli, or spaghetti??? You reject! MISS LORNA BOOTH 326 County Rood, East Freetown " Great is the power of habit. " Jr. Honor Society 1 , 2; French Club 1 , 2; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Press Club 3, 4; Debate 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Sr. Honor Society 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Sr. Council 4; Evaluation Committee 4. " Lorno " will be a dental hygienist who s always gonna be late cause she hates to woke up mornings (Amen!) . . . likes Nantucket, cheesecake, and pizza, but life at Apponequet was unreal. Happiness is a rubber duck!! 90 MISS KRISHNA BORDEN High Street, Assonet " Sensitive; swift to resent, but as swift in atoning for error. " Future Nurses 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2. " Kris ' soys running outof gas at 1 :00 in the morning is " censored. " Going places with kids and eating cheeseburgers and french fries makes it; also a six foot one, blond haired blue eyed guy. — In an Air Force uniform. MR. WILLIAM BORGES High Street, Assonet " Courage never to submit or yield. " Football 4; Track 3, 4. " Bill " wants to get out of high school and maybe go to college . . . can ' t stand boys wearing bell bot- toms . . . favorite place is Nelson ' s Grove . . . loves to have his ears bitten? . . . " Oh ya really. " MR. ROBERT BOWMAN Plymouth Street, Middleboro " The pursuit of happiness to which Americans are nationally dedicated. ' " Bow " can often be seen at Lincoln Park or else driving around Zo ' s . . . has a weakness for sleeping — in class?? Why is Mr. Chace your pet peeve? After graduation, Bow would like to be a truck driver. MISS ALTHEA BRADY Water Street, Assonet " The public be damned! " Choir 1,2,3, 4; SEMSBA 1 , 2, 3; Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1 ; Pep Club 1 , 2; French Club 1 , 2; Honor Society 1; Yearbook 4; Varsity Club 4; Art Evaluation Committee 4; Senior Council 4; AFS Club 4. " Brady " says fun is doing unusual things — like being a psychotic art teacher. " Very strange. " Enjoys spending time under the wharf at P-town, eating poohompiglet pancakes. Hungry vending machines, wearing shoes and life at AHS were blood, sweat and tears. 91 MR. MICHAEL BROADBENT 341 Taunton Street, Lakeville " A boy has two |obs. One is just being a boy. The other is growing up to be a man. " Mike likes fried shrimp, pizza, and Chinese food, but detests school lunches. " Cool it! " Although Appo- nequet wasn ' t the greatest, he had fun skipping and going to Horseneck ... has o weakness for women, song, and Bud (not necessarily in that order!) MISS CAROL A. BUCKMAN 14 Bridge Street, Lakeville " Earnest people are often people who habitually look on the serious side of things that have no serious side. " French Club 1 , 2; Future Nurses 2, 3; Sec.-Treas. 3; National Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; Press Club 4; Band 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Play 4. Life at Apponequet for Carol was an experience! We agree . . . Practicing the mating call of the mole tortoise is her speciality. " That was a nasty. " Catching a 7:00 a.m. bus is a problem, but Chem III runs a close second — right, Carol? 4 MISS CAROL CARVALHO Locust Street, Assonet " I wont to feel that boys can discuss things with me anytime. " Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Choir 4. " Carvalho . . . says people who chew gum like cows ore absolute Goobers! Doing something wonderful with someone you like is fantastic, while blue eyes and Corvettes are favorites . . . has a spe- cial hiding place for her keys. Life at Apponequet was pure wretchedness, but " You re young, you II get over it. " MISS PATRICIA ANN CHACE Howland Road, Lakeville Age cannot wither her nor custom stale her infinite variety. " John J. Pershing Jr. High: Drama Club 1 ; Girls ' Chorus 1 ; Athletic Association 1 ; Will C. Crawford High School: Gymnastic Club 2; Sec. 2; Gymnastic Team 2; Red Cross Club 2; Pep Club 2; AFS Club 2, Appone- quet: Field Hockey 3; Press Club 3; AFS Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Varsity Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Homeroom Rep. 4; Senior Council 4. Tricio . . . wants to be a psychologist (and study people who smack their lips??) She likes having her parents off on sailing trips. " Decent " and her favorite place is a very special rock deep in the woods. MISS PAULINE MAE CONSALVI Taunton Street, Lakeville " Pre|udice is never easy unless it can pass itself off for reason. " Quincy Point Junior High: American Red Cross Club 1 ; Librarian 1 ; Future Nurses Club 1 ; Softball 1 ; Bas- ketball 1. " Polly " says sfie ' d like to be a teacher — but definitely not a Biology teacher!!! Likes baked chicken and lasagna but not prepared by the school cafeteria. Says she has no idiosyncrasies (wish we could all be per- fect). Happiness is getting what you want. MISS LOUISE M. COPELAND Forge Road, Assonet " I just sit at a typewriter and curse a bit. " J.V. Cheerleader; Pep Club 1 , 2, 4; French Club 1 ; Future Teachers Club 1 , 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Business Evaluation Committee 4; Press Club 4; Business Club 4; Leaders Club 4. " Weez can usually be seen wearing her glasses on top of her head . . . For some reason she dislikes stuck-up people. Enjoys eating pickles and french fries and going to Horseneck. Says happiness is being in Rochester, N. Y. " Weird! " MISS DALE ANN CORNELL Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " And when Love speaks, the voice of all of the gods makes heaven drowsy with the harmony. " Dale ' s ambition is to be an Office Manager. Studying for history tests is her weakness. " Are you for real? " Dole thinks driving a Chevy is fun, so all you slow drivers had better " watch it. " Life at Apponequet for Dale seems to have been lousy. " That ' s debatable! " MR. STEPHEN CORY 4 Village Avenue, Acushnet " Not merely a chip off the old block but the old block itself! " Choir 4; Baseball 4; Traffic Squad 4. " Careese ' s " main ambition is to graduate . . . Steve likes pizza, hot fudge royals and miniskirts . . . often con be found at Turner ' s Pond, (with Diane?) . . . Life at A.H.S. was different . . . Happiness is doing ninety-five in a " 61 " Rambler when the guy next to you bet it wouldn ' t do seventy! MR. DAVID ALBERT DANIEL 56 Lawson Avenue, Acushnet " Nothing is little to him that feels it with great sensibility. " Boys ' State Delegate 3; Press Club 4; Student Council 4; Traffic Squad 4; Curriculum Evaluation Commit- tee 4. Dave ' s ambition is to become a draftsman. You ' ll never cotch him in a Rambler, but he has a definite weakness for sports cars and girls . . . maybe that ' s why he likes going to the racetrack!! Dave wonders if there is life at Apponequet!?! MR. ROBERT DARLING Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " To do a great right, do a little wrong. ' Bob, who is really looking forward to graduation, has a habit of getting into trouble. Blushing when confronted by the truth is one of his idiosyncrasies. " Ain ' t mine, ain ' t mine. " He dislikes industrial arts, but enjoys Chinese food while drinking his favorite beverage. MR. LARRY D. DE ARRUDA 182 Precinct Street, Lakeville " Ere music ' s golden tongue flattered to tears this aged and poor man. ' " Choir 1,2,3,4; District 3; Allstate 3; Tribesmen 3, 4; Pres. 4; Boseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Closs Vice- Pres. 3; Student Council 4. Larry " s ambition is to have lots of money ond be happy as a disc jockey. Parties are fun, especially those on the beach or with live bands. His weaknesses are girls, money, and fast cars, " Beautiful! " but he tends to be too honest. MR. MICHAEL DE ARRUDA Barstow Street, Lakeville " A fanatic is one who can t change his mind and won t change the subject. " Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; Business Manager 4; Tribesmen 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 1 , 2, 3; District 2; Debating Society 1 , 2; Basketball 1, 3; Track 1; Press Club 3, 4; Youth Council 2; Yearbook 4. " Tree . . . wonts to study political science ond save the world ... is known for his remembering of deadlines after they hove gone by. " Oh, by the woy " . . . loves juicy chuck roost from the A P ond sailing down the Cope. 94 MR. MARTIN JOSEPH DESJARDINS Middleboro Road, East Freetown " The loneliness of the long distance runner. " Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Marty . . . who wants to be successful is always yawning in class . . . thinks steaks, strawberry short- cake, frappes, and bikinis are better than Mr. Looney ' s 1000 yard runs . . . " Decent " . . . Says fun is parties, while happiness is graduating. MR. DALE G. DESROCHES 204 Keen Road, Acushnet " A bad little boy is like a canoe — he behaves better if paddled from the rear. " Dale . . . wants to go into data processing. He loves to eat pizza and spaghetti — while driving on rainy days??? He claims that life at Apponequet was interesting . . . fun is taking gym (???) and happiness is graduating. IMISS DIANE ELIZABETH DIAS ||12 Stetson Street, Lakeville A Socrates in every classroom. " French Club 1 , 2; Basketball 2, 4; Press Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Feature Editor 4; National Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Band 1 , 2; Mathematics Evaluating Committee 4; School Needs Advisory Com- mittee 4; Yearbook 4. Dione . . . likes spending o day water skiing — with a certain Yale sophomore?? Thinks oriental chicken lis great, but AHS was merely " challenging and inspiring. " ???!! " I ' ll think about it. " MR. LAWRENCE DIAS 310 Taunton Street, Lakeville " There is no security on this earth; there is only opportunity. " Press Club 4. Larry. . . who hates aggressive girls, has a weakness for good looking blondes. . . " I know, I know! " ... His favorites are pizza, meatball sandwiches, and coke (at Lorenzo ' s) . . . and he always enjoys a good beach party. 95 MR. RICHARD W. DIAS Simpson Lane, Assonet " All hell broke loose. " Football 1,2,3, 4; Tri-captam 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1 ; Track 2, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Captai 4; Class Vice President 1 . " Needle " who favorite place is the football field wonts to moke a lot of money . . . ' Do you girls know Niel? " . . . Likes girls with long hair and has a habit of biting his fingernails . . . although life here was " decent, " Happiness is leaving A.H.S. . . . " Yeah, ya know! " MISS NANCY DONAGHY 244 D. Morton Road, East Freetown " A good laugh is sunshine in a house. " Choir 1,2,3, 4; Secretary 4; Sandpipers 3, 4; Bond 1 , 2; Class Secretary 1 , 2; Student Council 3, 4; Cheer- leader 1 , 2, 3, 4; Captain 1 ; Co aptain 4; Debating 1, 2; Vice President 2; Honor Society 1 ; Vice President 1; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Girls ' Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. " Nance " A sincere Eisenhower supporter hopes to be a lob technician and Circumstance in a big red truck. " Is that right? " can be heard singing Pomp MISS CHRISTINE DORE Buena Vista Shores, Lokeville " What ' s the use of worrying? " " Kitty " wants to become a good wife — if she con ever keep from stalling her Vette in the parking lot. Room 121 and the D.E. class made her final year at AHS a bearable one, anyhow. MR. JOSEPH JOHN DRYSGOLA JR. 24 Clear Pond Road, Lokeville " So mild, so merciful, so strong, so good. " Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2,3; Dance Band 3; Brass Choir 3; Orchestra 3; Varsity Club 4; " Drysdole . . . wants to be rich . . . favorite place is the pitcher ' s mound . . .? He has o craving for steak and ice cream. Also a weakness for curveballs and miniskirts . . . interesting! Happiness is getting good grades and fun is winning. MR. HENRY JOSEPH DUCHARME County Road, East Freetown ' Humor is an affirmation of dignity, a declaration of man ' s superiority to all that befalls him. " " Hank " dislikes stuck up girls although he has a weakness for crying ones. All night beach parties and going out with aggressive girls is fun, too, or as Hank would soy, " I love it. " Favorite place is Del s A W. He enjoys impersonating W. C. Fields vhat? MR. LEONARD ELLIS 141 North Main Street, Acushnet " One does not leave a convivial party before closing time. " Student Council 4; Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest 3. " Lenny " whose pet peeve is boring teachers, hopes someday to drive stock cars for a living. " Is that right? " Fried clams and lobster ore his favorite foods and he d like to eat them at a California beach on a nice hot day. Claims being behind the wheel of a fast car is sheer happiness. MISS NINABETH TRUE FAY Lakeville Hospitol, Lakeville " Be not ashamed to say what you are not ashamed to think. " Girls " Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 1 ; AFS Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Year- book 4. " Yonny " who wants to be a free lance artist, hopes life at Apponequet will be forgettable. — Hates being addressed as " Neenabeth. " Has a weakness for tough guys with black hair, brown eyes, a 750 Honda, and an extra helmet. Favorite place? Of course, the backwoods of Dartmouth. MR. ROBERT FORCIER 203 Middleboro Road, East Freetown " A nickname is the hardest stone that the devil can throw at a man. " Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. " Rock s " great ambition is to be a brain surgeon(???). And says life at Apponequet was sweet! Hmm . " Yeah! Sure. ' . . . con generally be found speeding around in a little white car . . . (what Rock, out of school again?) 97 MR. DONALD GAMACHE 5 Kenneth Street, Lakeville One has two duties — to be worried, and not to be worried. " Press Club 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 4. " Flash " doesn ' t like girls with long skirts, and claims happiness is knowing he won ' t have a certain teacher in the Navy. " Ain ' t got nothing better to do. " Likes to watch girls and cars and eat fishburgers at Howdy s. He hopes someday to be a machinist. " So bad. " Don found life at Apponequet " questionable. " MISS KAREN LOUISE GARBITT 86 Bedford Street, Lakeville I had a pleasant time with my mind for it was happy. " Kate " sticks out her tongue too much, saying " Darn it. Darn itll " One small cuddly guy is her weakness and getting a letter from Bobby is sheer happiness . . . Says life at Apponequet was eventful — perhaps room 121 has something to do with it . . . We ' re sure you ' ll be a good wife, Kate. MISS JOAN MARY GLADU Highland Road, Lakeville " Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper on your self- confidence. " Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Club 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Library Aide 3; Press Club 4; Year- book 4; Foreign Language Evaluation Committee 4. Joan s ambition is to major in languages. She hates people who are late and getting up early. Blushes very easily . . . Glad to hear it! . . . Her favorite foods ore hamburgers and macaroni and cheese. (What — no tuna fish?) MISS FAITH E. GRENIER 441 Chace Rood, East Freetown " Let us do or die. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 4. Foith wants to make someone happy. " You know it S.A.F.O. " She eats cold spaghetti for breakfast and likes steak and pizza. Nothing beats watching airplanes land at New Bedford airport with a certain N.B. guy in o blue Marine uniform . . . whew! MR. WILLARD GRISWOLD Cross Street, Lakeville " Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed. " " Gris " . . . who is often seen leaving school early, hopes to be the owner of a Dodge Challenger, someday . . . enjoys drinking a pitcher of beer and not paying for it (with sausage pizza perhaps?) . . . found life at Apponequet unbelievable! MISS SUSAN GURNEY 339 County Rood, East Freetown " Silence is deep as Eternity; speech is shallow as time. " " Sue " . . . wants to be a secretary in Boston who drives a Chevelle SS (no wonder she hates slow driv- ers!!). . . enjoys pizza and coke (at the beach maybe?!) and thinks waterskiing is fun. . . found life at AHS long!! MR. STEPHEN GUSHEE 282 Pierce Avenue, Lakeville My God, in this job he ' s got the nerve of a burglar. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. Steve wants to be a forest ranger in his favorite place — the White Mountoins. He wouldn ' t be caught ideod in bell bottoms or with a girl in a granny dress. He thinks it ' s great fun drag racing in a 440 barrel Road Runner but is happy owning his Studebaker. " Ya right. " MISS VICKI HARDING 186 Leonard Street, Acushnet " Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well. " Albert F. Ford Jr. High School: Notional Honor Society 1 ; Pres. 1 ; Library Club 1 ; Trees. 1 ; School News- paper 1 ; Editor 1; New Bedford High: Drama Club 2; Junior Counselor 2; Biology Club 2; Apponequet RHS: Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Treos. 4; Press Club 3, 4; Editor 3 4- AFS Club 4; Yearbook 4. Vic. . . wonts to go to SMU . . .wonder why?. . . and become a chemist or the first lady President . . . has a knack for running over skunks in the parking lot. " Oh stink! " Happiness is being with Monte. 99 MR. RALPH HENRY HASKINS 324 Bedford Street, Lakeville " Music IS well said to be the speech of angels. " Basketball 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 1 , 7, Pres. 2; Band 1,2,3, 4; Donee Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 1; Press Club 4; Yearbook 4. Ralph, one of our world travelers, has o habit of singing in class — especially English. Band directors tend to bug him, but he has a weakness for short skirts and nice legs . . . also enjoys scallops, potatoes, and o cold Loewonbrau. MISS CYNTHIA HEATH Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville Speech is great but silence is greater. " Cindy . . . spends a lot of time in Taunton — enjoying the art in the city, perhaps? She hopes to marry sometime after graduation and live happily ever after. 6 " T c L uJ MISS GABRIELE HERMANN Lori Lone, Lakeville " If you mean to profit, learn to please. " " Gaby " . . . wonts to be o nurse . . . you cant be a healthy nurse on o diet of hamburgers. People that swear really tick her off . . . thinks life at Apponequet was frightening, but found not having gym was fun and not having school was pure bliss. 1 MR. ROBERT HOARD Precinct Street, Lakeville " I am that I am. " Bob wonts to become a mechanic . . . loves hamburgers and history (??) Taking trips to New Hampshire and sleeping are the greatest while fun is going out with her. (Who ' s she?) Hoppiness is troveling and life of AHS wos different — for oil of us!l! 100 MR. ROBERT D. HOLLAND Box 396 Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " Politicians are the some all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river. French Club 1 , 2; Band 1,2,3, 4; Dance Bond 3, 4; Brass Choir 3, 4; Debating 1 ; Press Club 4; Yearbook 4. " Bobbo " is going to be an insane political scientist. " Hi gang " . . . idiosyncrasy is pouring cement. Bobby found life at Apponequet to be rated X. Fun is finding a dead squirrel in your locker along with some Lobster Newberg. MR. BRADFORD E. HORTON Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " Curfew must not ring tonight. " Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tri-Copt. 4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Class President 2; Varsity Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. Brad has a habit of scratching his fingers when nervous . . . " Reallyl " . Girls with long brown hair are " bogus " . . . Brad wants to be a game warden . . . who goes swimming at 3:00 a.m.??? Life at AHS? " Unreal!!! " MR. CARL A. KRESGE 290 Braley Rood, East Freetown " The greatest men may ask a foolish question now and then. " " Pinball s ma|or hang-up seems to be shoving. " How s that grab you! " Going into the boys ' locker room and finding out that it s the girls ' instead is Carl ' s idea of happiness. He wants to make a lot of money so he con retire early — perhaps in Laconio, New Hampshire . . . likes applesauce with anything — even mud??? MISS KATHLEEN LEMOS 7 Rickys Lane, East Freetown " Security is when I ' m very much m love with somebody extraordinary who loves me back. " Softball 2; Field Hockey 2; DECA Librarian 4. Kathy would like someday to be married happily but not to a sarcastic person. (Hope Mike ' s not sarcas- tic!) Life at Apponequet was aggravating " You dingaling " , but she could take it with pizza and peanut butter sandwiches. MISS CLAUDIA LINDA LINCOLN 108 Mam Street, Lakeville " Words, sweet as honey. ' Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; V. Pres. 3; Pres. 4; French Club 2; Pep Squad 4; Choir 3, 4. " Claude says Apponequet was security . . . " Whot . . . what s this? She en|oys sailing and traveling in Maine or anywhere else for that matter . . . loves food, especially steamed clams and coffee ice cream. A future nurse, Claudia can be seen rushing to the school bus every morning. MR. DANIEL MACKER Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " Women like silent men; they think they re listening. ' Future Teachers 1 , 2. " Hoss ' . . . wonts to be a mason. " That ' s good for a laugh " . . . says fun is wine, women, food, and skiing . . . likes Chinese seafood . . . " Unreal. His favorite place is Puckerbrush. MR. RICHARD MACKEK Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " Blessed is he who has found his work. " Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4. Rich . . . has hopes of being a draftsman who does a lot of skiing . . . " Ya know!! " . . en|oys fried clams, skiing, and running the cross country course (??). As for as Rich is concerned, happiness is an early snowfall. 102 MISS JANET L. MAGNUSON Lakeside Avenue, Lakeville " The red gold cataract of her sheaning hair. " Field Hockey 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3; Softball 1, 2; Cheerleader 4. " Red " . . . who claims fun IS climbing out of windows, would like to become an airline stewardess . . She ' s happy when with someone who cares. But hates greasy hair or goatees . . . " Well! " . . . Has definite weakness for Jeff while at Nelson ' s Grove??! Life at Apponequet was unreal. MISS CAROL ANN MARKOWSKI 77 County Rood, East Freetown A lovely body garmented in light. ' Field Hockey 2. Carol who doesn ' t want to marry until she s twenty-four, dislikes boys in turtle-neck sweaters . . . enjoys sauerkraut and hot dogs steamed in beer — perhaps served by a certain waiter at Dorians! " What a bummo! " Carol is happiest when she has enough gas in her cor to arrive home. MR. CHRISTOPHER O. McCARTY JR. ;. Churchill Shores, Lakeville " I can ' t moke people like me but if I wasn ' t me I would like me. " ■Butch " wants to be a carpenter . . . loves steak, french fries, pizza and coke (while going barefoot?) Thinks Ralph ' s is great . . . Down with Ford lovers! " Yeah! " Life for him here was boring and thinks happi- ness is leaving Apponequet. MR. ALEXANDER MARKEVITCH 15 Resevoir Avenue, Lakeville " I cannot tell what the dickens his name is. " Hull High School: Chess Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Book Club 1, 2. Al . . . " That ' s not how you pronounce my name " . . . has little immunity to school lunches . . . does like steak, french fries and pizza. States his idiosyncrasies as laziness, but wonts to get through college . . . Alex is infamous for his sick jokes. 103 MISS BARBARA-JEAN McCOY 21 WesHand Street, Acushnet Do you believe in fairies? ' French Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4. " B-J " ... IS going to travel across the country — eating stuffed peppers?? She hates to be told what to do by younger people and her favorite place is geometry class (???) ... " I do! I really do! B-J knows she II be happy when she has no math! MR. NEAL GIBSON McDONALD Kingman Street, Lakeville The Irish come to rum most generally in three ways, — women, gambling, and forming. — My family chose the slowest one. Bond Manager 4; Brass Choir 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. " Farmer " will eat anything, and can be seen sleeping in English . . . Falls for girls with long hair (in the music room??) . . . hates Volkswagens and homework and is trying to find time bowling a 200 gome with Hank and Aaron or buying a car, to become a musician. Keep it up Neal. MISS NANCY J. MUNROE Paul Avenue, East Freetown " If you ore honest, it is the best thing in the world. It goes above intelligence. " Pep Club 3, 4; Yeorbook 4; Business Club 4. " Nance en|oys going to football games and leaving them after we ve won. " Yeh Lakers! " Blue eyed guys roaming around Howdy s or Friendly s hod better watch it! Nancy wonts to go into I.B.M. work — to get everything she wants — who doesn t??? MR. RAYMOND W. MUNROE Paul Avenue, East Freetown I ve never been poor, only broke. Being poor is a frame of mind. Being broke is only a temporary situation. " Electronics Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1, 2; Track 1; Tennis 2. " Chuck wonts to be an aeronautical engineer . . . Likes girls ond con be found at Del s Drive-ln drum- ming on a table or eating cabbage soup and french fries. He digs drag races . . . beating o 327 with a 6 cylinder (?!) makes him happy. 104 MR. HENRY J. NADEAU The Lane, Assonet " Laugh at yourself first, before anyone else con. " Baseball 1 , 2, 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; SEMSBA 2, 3, 4; District 3, 4; Tribesmen 3, 4; French Club 2, 3. ' Hank " . . . Often heard making frog noises in choir ... is going to make a great music teacher! . . . doesn ' t like stuck up people and crummy cars - Fun is bowling with Aaron and Neal at the Wonderbowl Bowling Alley . . . " Forget it! " MR. STEVEN W. NORTON 20 Stetson Street, Lakeville " Men have more problems than women. In the first place, they have to put up with women. " Choir 4. Steve . . . who wants to be a Chemical Engineer, likes roaming through ski shops in any ski area . . can ' t stand dirt (maybe that ' s why he loves the snow) and waking up before 9:00 a.m. . . . " So what! ' . . . favorite foods include ripe olives, mushrooms and milk. MR. FREDERIC D. PACE Bedford Street, Lakeville " The biggest fish I caught got away. " " ! Football 1; Cross Country 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Fred . . . wants to be a Chemical Engineer . . . likes roast beef and lobster ... at the restaurant?! Dis- |1 likes girls who have to babysit . . . Happiness is an assembly during Chem.-Phys. . . . " Hey Dummy " . . . Life at AHS was unreal! MR. ALAN PAGE Charboneau Avenue, East Freetown " What things we have seen. " Tennis 1 2. " Doug " . . . who plans to marry Denise someday, is looking forward to graduation . . . finds pleasure in going to Buttonwood Park (to visit the kangaroos??) . . . dislikes being nagged - Got that, Denise!!! 105 HH MR. CRIS PARKER Chace Road, East Freetown " If you would role the world quietly, you must keep it amused " Park " is well on the way to his main ambition — to be great. He ' s sure he has no weaknesses. He ' s not particular about food - he ' ll eat anything. For Cris, life at Apponequet was CENSORED!!! (Ya know??) MISS ADRA PARQUEHE Rhode Island Road, Lakeville " Silence may do good, and little harm. " A.V.A. 3, 4. Adra . . . wonts to be above all, a good housewife (for George Conway, maybe?) Thinks fun is being free . . . maybe that ' s why she hates rules and self-centered people!! Happmess is being a senior at last!?! MISS SUSAN JEANNE PAWLAK Harcourt Avenue, Lakeville " I am going to seek the great perhaps. " Honor Society 1,2,3,4; French Club 2, 3; Press Club 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4; Yearbook Co-Editor 4; English Eva luation Committee 4. " Sue ' who plans to become a female F. Lee Bailey has a weakness for any book or magazine dealing with astrology . . " Really " . . . She can be seen eating chocolate coke, grapefruit, and turkey . . at the same time. Sue??? Because she " adores " science lobs, she really doesn t mind getting up at 4:30 to catch a 7:00 a.m. bus. I MR. RONALD R. PEGG 72 Hope Street, Acushnet " The whole world is about three drinks behind me. " Traffic Squad 3, 4. " Ron " who wants to be a machinist, thinks life at Apponequet was unpredictable . . . Likes to cuss, in between bird colls, that is. Doesn t like long dresses . . . On cor hops?? Keep it down in History and Eng- lish, huh? MR. HARRY A. PIERCE Rhode Island Road, Lokeville " One may smile, and smile, and be a villain. " " Jr. " finds he just wants to chase girls ... " I never! " ... He loves duck hunting and eating his catch . . . Harry has a thing about cots! (He hates them.) Often time you can see Jr. speeding into the night (Ha!) into the pucker brush. MR. MICHAEL PINEAULT County Road, Lokeville " Life ' s too short for chess. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; French Club 2. Frenchy ' s ambition is to be rich and drive things with speed such as boots, cars and bikes (Scram on lover) . . . Mike con sometimes be found on Point a Pine Road with a girl with strawberry blonde hair . , , Mike digs jumping onto his bike and riding to freedom into the night . . . Skiing is bogus ... He finds doing what he damn well pleases satisfying . . . Use your head — a million flies can ' t be wrong! MISS PATRICIA E. PITTSLEY Chase Rood, East Freetown " Of every noble work the silent port is best. " Pat, a real horse fan loves to go to horse shows . . . she digs pizza and coke but definitely not Appone- quet . . . " For Crying out loud! " MR. WALTER PLACE Middleboro Rood, East Freetown " It is not true that life is one damn thing after another - it s one damn thing over and over. " Football 1; Track 2, 3. Wally wants to own a fast cor that doesn ' t flip over. He hopes to become rich and happy and enjoy a life of ease - but have some fun first!! His idiosyncrasy is beating up on Rock and Bernier in American Experience class. 107 MISS DEMISE ELIZABETH POIRIER Flagg Swamp Rood, East Freetown Now let it work: mischief thou art afoot. " Denise wants to buy o brand new sports car - maybe then she won t trip over the grooves in the side- walk . . Hey, how are ya? Especially likes fried clams and pigs ' feet. . . open parties and Dorians are two of her favorite places on c Saturday night ... is happiest when her Triumph is at least running . life at Apponequet was nauseous. MR. STEPHEN J. PROTAMI Slob Bridge Road, Assonet Manners ore the happy ways of doing things. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. ' Wop whose favorite place is home sweet home, thinks fun is disqualifying Cris Parker for the illegal use of hands during a touch football game. He nevertheless claims happiness is a clean T-shirt for practice. " Yup, sure . . . hopes someday to be a draftsman. MISS PAMELA ELIZABETH REED 224 Old Mam Street, Lakeville " Virtue IS like a rich stone, best plain sit. ' Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; Press Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 1,2,3, 4; English Evaluating Committee 4; Ploy 4; Yearbook 4. Pom wants to be an English Lit teacher. She says ' Take it easy ' to people who worry all the time . . . dislikes pizza but likes tuna fish. Expensive cars and Wareham turn her on. Pam thinks life at Apponequet was rewarding. MR. ROY ROBERT Braley Rood, East Freetown You will do foolish things but do them with enthusiasm. " Roy . . . likes to hang out at Del s while he is studying to be a machinist. Girls and food are among his favorite pastimes, but he doesn t especially care for history class with a certain Voke teacher. 108 MR. JOSEPH RODERICK Pierce Avenue, Lakeville " Civilized man cannot live without cooks. " Tennis 2, 3; French Club 1, 2. " JoJo " despises loudmouth girls, but has a weakness for tough looking ones . . . never seems to have enough gasoline to go to Falmouth. He likes " whole bunches " of pizza, eggplant, and sherbert. Joe will have a great time in college at the parties and the movies. MR. NEIL CLYDE ROSEN Hiltz Avenue, Lakeville " A gentleman never inflicts pain. " Football 1,2,3, 4; Co-capt. 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. " Rosy " . . . wants to be an oceanographer — who bites his fingernails? " Awright! " He likes chocolate anything — anything???! and says his favorite place is the Apponequet Gridiron. For Neil, life at AHS was long, but since fun is any sport and happiness is winning, it wasn ' t that bad — was it. Rosy? MISS DENISE ROY 4654 Acushnet Avenue, Acushnet " Magnificient spectacle of human happiness. " " T.S. ' s ' immediate ambition is to marry Doug . . . she con be found at either New Bedford airport or Buttonwood Park, eating any and everything!! Denise found life at AHS " dull " except for Doug s leaves. Happiness is doing a bald woman ' s hair and getting a dollar tip — hmm?? MISS JOAN FRANCES ST. IVES High Street, Assonet " What ' s yours is mine and all mine is yours. " Joan . . . wants to become a legal secretary . . . enpys skipping school and likes parties. (With a full tank of gas and a pocket full of money??!) . . . " Right! " 109 MISS ANNE ELIZABETH SCANLON 50 Rhode Island Road, Lokeville " Not much talk — a great sweet silence. " Anne . . . wants to be an art teacher . . . ' That ' s senile!! ' likes ice cream, fried clams, A W rootbeer . . . hates plastic forks and spoons (at the A W??) ... has a weakness for motorcycles and Boston. Her favorite place is Martha s Vineyard. MISS SUSAN SENA Staples Shore Road, Lokeville " They love dancing well that donee barefoot upon thorns. " " Micky " ... IS happiest when she s with a guy named Mike and is making him happy. Maybe she feeds him Lorenzo s Italian grinders??? " Nifty " . . . life at Apponequet was sickening (do you really meanit??) but Zo s is " decent. " MR. JEFFERY SHING Clear Pond Rood, Lokeville " Lough and the world laughs with you. " Shing . . . who dislikes American Experience and Algebra catches up on most of his sleep in these classes. His pet peeve is definitely Mr. Mitchell (Then why did you take Chem-Phys III??) " Decent. " Jeff will be happy to get out of this place. MR. STEPHEN SILVIA 1910 South Mam Street, Assonet " I hod delusions of humility. " Steve s ambition is to get rich gradually . . . claims his favorite place is anybody s kitchen and rates beans as his favorite food. Fun is en|oying yourself with little effort and happiness is on endless cycle of fun. 110 MISS CATHY SIMONS Forge Road, Assonet " Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be important. " Future Nurses Club 1 . ■ ' Simey " wonts to be a millionaire . . . ■ You Ve got pipe dreams " . . . hates wearing shoes and being broke but likes food!!! Slim Jims, dill pickles, and wearing big dumb block hots are with it . . . says Fort Phoenix and parties ore " bogus. ' What ' s this about one special guy? MISS ANN MARIE SMITH 1st Avenue, Dean Shores, Lokeville " I am not of that feather to shake off. " Library Aid 3. " Smitty " wants to be a secretary, but hates to do book reports. . . . could spend her life eating ham- burgers . . . likes fast cars (1 00 m.p.h.?) with o certain guy at the wheel. Life at Apponequet was tiresome even though she spent a lot of time talking. |MISS SAICHAY SOUKHASEUM 19 Vaughn Street, Lokeville " See ye not, courtesy is the true Alchemy, turning to gold all it touches and tries? " FS Student from Loos 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; French Club 4; Student Council 4; AFS Club 4. " Bibi " would like to become on Air Force pilot someday . . . when she gets frustrated, she rattles off in ao . . . " It ' s not my fault if . . . " Happiness is being with friends — here at Apponequet? To Bibi, life at HS was fabulous. MR. MARK SPINOSA Simpson Lane, Assonet " Let the chips fly where they may. " Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. " Spinie " someday would like to manage o hotel (that serves big |uicy steaks and chocolate cokes?) Happiness for him is a weekend at UMass with no homework. He also likes to go swimming at the YMCA with the three Betty ' s. MR. MARK K. SUMNER Buena Vista Shores, Lakeville " Whose little body lodged a mighty mind. " Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Assembly Committee 3; Yearbook 4. " Sumtime s ambition is to get rich quick so he con eat pizza, fried clams, and hamburgers at Lorenzo ' s . . . Soys he has definitely no weaknesses . . . " Who are you kidding? " To Mark, happiness is a nine letter word beginning with " H " and ending with " S ' . MISS DEBORAH SYKES Middleboro Road, East Freetown " As merry as the day is long. ' Traffic Squad 3, 4; Student Council 1,2,3, 4; Treas. 4; French Club 1,2,3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Future Teachers 1, 2. " Congo " has a weakness for certain drummers . . . can t stand guys who talk about cars all the time. Happiness is the weekend and especially Ray! . . . has a lot of favorite places so " What seems to be the problem? " MISS KAREN SYLVIA County Rood, Lakeville " Love IS an energy which exists of itself. It is its own value. " " Kayer " , a Howdy hamburger buff, Nkes cute looking guys with long hair . . . hopes someday to bel Dove, secretary and own her own Toyota. Climbing Mt. Monadnock with someone special is her idea of fun] died oul MISS HELEN SZCZEPKOWSKI South Mam Street, Assonet " Sweet courteous things unsaid. " French Club 1, 2; Future Nurses 2; Press Club 3, 4; Assistant Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 4. " Zip " ... is going to be a secretary but her boss had better not be stuck up (or any other guy for that matter!) . . . " Great " ... As far as Helen is concerned, life at AHS was great, but the poetry |ust didn ' t make it. 112 MISS NORENE TAYLOR 19 Reservoir Avenue, Lakeville " Light or dark, or short or tall, she sets o springe to snore them all. " " Nor . . . whose ombition is to be on the right hand of God, en|oys being with friends and having a wild time. (At the Tamarack??) . . . has o habit of following wrong directions . . . Right " Bap " . . . and getting into trouble. MR. RICHARD TAYLOR 119 Bedford Street, Lakeville " I always play a party by ear. " Dick, a future truck driver or wiseguy (??) spends his spare time at Howdy ' s or Zo ' s. His only weakness is girls, but he likes water skiing and hunting. Perhaps that s why one of his favorite foods is deer meat. Hap- piness IS bugging Mr. Chace. V R. DAVID THERRIEN NAason Road, East Freetown " The craftsman by his work is known. " Dave . . . hopes to be rich and happy; thinks spaghetti, cheeseburgers, and steak are great . . . likes to heck out girls with long hair. . . hates double-dating in a Volkswagen . . . claims life at Apponequet was inreal. " Go get em Sunshine. " MR. J. HAROLD THOMASSEN County Road, East Freetown " Blessed is he who has found his work. " Football 1, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2. Harry who wonts to do well at something in life, can often be seen in o red truck wearing blue |eans . . . hates teachers who put him to sleep . . . " That ' s life " . . . likes lobster, steak, shrimp, and a day at the racetrack. 113 1 J MR. WAYNE TORREN 297 Taunton Street, Lakeville " Writing is a difficult trade. " " Wangus " . . . who claims he ' s a " dirty old man " wants to be a stillmaker . . . has a weakness for girls and box lunches (at Puckerbrush after dark, maybe!?) ... As far as Wayne is concerned, happiness is leaving A.H.S! Mlii JOi i],o!ile MISS JoANN VanCOUR 298 Middleboro Road, East Freetown We have medicines to moke women speak; we have none to make them keep silence. " French Club 1 , 2; Honor Society 1,2,3, 4; Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres. 2, Sec.-Treos. 4; Leaders Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Choir 1, 2; SEMSBA 1; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4. " Jo " . . . would like to go into the field of medicine . . . hates homework on weekends and running the track in gym class . . . " you spastic!!! . . . says her favorite place is a secret, although since talking is her favorite pastime we re sure to know soon ... Jo tells us life at Apponequet was unique . . . We agree!!! . . . Happiness is being with someone special. MISS PATRICIA VESEY 88 Mom Street, Lakeville Your little voice, so soft and kind. " " Pee Wee " ... has the ambition to go to art school . . . says her pet peeve is teachers that tell her to shut up. . . " Grotesque " . . . says happiness is being herself . . . Fun is graduating and being on her own . . . Pot s favorite place is the Prudential Center. leice A ' In de MISS PATRICIA FRANCES WALSH Slab Bridge Rood, Assonet " In friendship I was early taught to believe. " Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3; Senior Council 4. " Walter " . . . whose ambition is to become a clumsy secretary . . . has a large appetite for lasagna . . . She would rather be in Framingham with a certain someone from Worcester Jr. College than ony- where else ... To her, life at Apponequet was worthwhile. 114 AISS JOAN WELSH ox 61 County Road Joan likes going to Horseneck with a tough guy with dark hair and hazel eyes. College is her ambition, F she makes it through American Experience. " Right. " Spanish hot dogs and spaghetti are among her avorite foods. " Nifty " , but she dislikes not having a car. Life at Apponequet was unreal. MISS SHARLENE A. WHITTAKER Box 31 5A Mason Rood, East Freetown " Merry as crickets. " French Club 1 , 2, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Honor Society 1. " Charlie " , who states that happiness is a mother with laryngitis . . . wonts to be a teacher or secretary. " Get outo my life. " Her pet peeves include homework and dogs but she has a definite weakness for guys with curly block hair; pizza, crumpets, and steak are her favorite foods — perhaps she eats them while crowding eight kids into a Mustang. IR. GARY O. WINTERS erce Avenue, Lakeville " In determining whether a person is a child, the prime consideration is his age. " hoir 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers Club 1; French Club 1; Tennis 2. Gary, who wants to be a CPA, hates crowds but likes ham and rum wafers (??). At Pa Raffo s he orders e most expensive thing on the menu while looking forward to six study halls and a misaddressed warn- ig card. MR. AARON DAVID WOODIS Chipaway Road R.F.D. 1 , East Freetown " Who saw life steadily, and saw it whole. " Baseball 1 . " Big Aar " . . . wonts to become a member of the Fish and Game Department . . . could be the reason swordfish is one of his favorite foods , . . " For Pete ' s Sake! . . . dislikes people who drum on desks, but says he has fun bowling with Honk and Neal — in the library. MRS SHERYL ANNE WOTTON Chace Rood, East Freetown " Her voice wos ever soft, gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Sheryl . . . wants to be a secretary . . . Dislikes a certain guidance counselor, gym class, and getting up early for school . . . Loves french fries, clam cakes and pickles . . . Really . . . Goes ape over money . . . " oh yeahl? ' MISS ETHELIND RUTH WRIGHT 25 Water Street, Assonet " What would you rather hove, o bursting planet or an earthquake here and there? " Sachem High School: Folk Club 3: German Club 3; National Honor Society 3; Apponequet H. S. National Honor Society 4; Press Club 4. " Linda " is going to be a doctor maybe to tell anyone that PE and institution food are bad for the health. She ' ll turn her parents on with Crosby, Stills and Nash and burning incense in their room? . . . Life at A.H.S. was engulfing! (I wonder what four years would have done?) MISS WENDY WRIGHT 25 Water Street, Assonet " One swallow does not moke a spring. " Wendy, whose favorite place is California would like to be an interior decorator . . . She likes oriental foods . . . pet peeves include her younger sister and her middle name . . . Life at A.H.S. was O.K. . . . While happiness is Xmas vacation. MISS JUSTINA RAE ZUBEK Chace Road Exit, East Freetown " The human mind is our fundamental resource. Honor Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; Press Club 3, 4; Vice President 3; Co-editor 3; Club Editor 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Future Teachers Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1 ; Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Secre- tary Treasurer 2; President 3; Science evaluation Committee 4; French Club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Clarinet Ensemble 4; SEMSBA 4. " Tina " has a strange appetite for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches . . . Let s get Organized!!! Tina plans to be a chemistry teacher. She s off to a great start because happiness is telling Mr. Mitchell to get organized . . . will do fine as long as she refrains from putting holes in her nylons!!! 16 Best Wishes to the Class of ' 70 JOHN W. CAIN SON INSURANCE I CAL ' S ENTERPRISE TOWNLEY DAIRY Quality Dairy Berkley, Mass. Products Congratulations to the Class of 1970 from THE PARISIAN DRESS SHOP Fall River, Mass. WALTER EGER TAXIDERMIST Compliments of RICHARDS PONTIAC INC. 4068 Acushret Ave. 995-1315 Middleboro Road E. Freetown SPARKY ' S SERVICE CENTER GOLDEN TOUCH HAIRDRESSERS 2767 Acushret Ave. New Bedford, Mass. 995-4655 County Road East Freetown, Moss. 995-3841 ENTWiSTLE HARDWARE Paints and Hardware 2248 Acushnet Ave. 995-3602 SASSAQUINN PHARMACY 4241 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford 995-1421 NOVICK JEWELERS New Bedford, Mass. S S LUMBER PA RAFFA ' S ITALIAN RESTAURANT ASSONET VILLAGE BOOTERY Mill Street Route 79 ' Known For Quality Shoes and Fit " Best of Luck JOHNNY DEE ' S LUNCHONETTE 2307 Acushnet Avenue FREETOWN GAS AND APPLIANCE CO. Middleboro Rd. East Freetown Compliments of COUNTY MART At the County Plaza County Rd., East Freetown Gifts, Cards, Notions, Toys E. B. WISHNET CO. Roofing, Waterproofing, Leaky cellars, our specialty 992-8879 THE SURREY SHOPPE Everything from a 54 card to a Grandfather ' s clock 2163 Acushnet Avenue 2763 Acushnet Avenue LAGESSE AND SON Law Service 1777 Acushnet Avenue E. W. GOODHUE LUMBER CO. Middleboro Rd. East Freetown, Mass. Compliments of THE ROSE BEAUTY SALON Ma son Rd., East Freetown 763-21 13 DEL ' S DRIVE-IN 2712 Acushnet Avenue THE COTTAGE GIFT SHOP Cords and Gifts for All Occasions Mason Rd., East Freetown TAILORED KITCHEN SUPPLY CO. MALONSON THE FLORIST 100 Tarklin Hill Rd. New Bedford 02747 3304 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford Compliments of THE CORNER DRUG STORE South Main Street Assonet Compliments of BOEHLER ' S GARAGE WORDELL ' S NURSERY 3322 Acoshnet Ave. New Bedford 995-0014 FREETOWN SCREW MFG. CO., INC. County Road East Freetown, Mass. Compliments of MOSKOFF ' S SUPERMARKET Bedford Street Middleboro, Moss. LE BLANC ' S TOOL AND DIE CORP. 3516 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. 995-3506 " Our life — A little gleam of Time between two eternities " Carlyle THE VILLAGER ROLAND ' S TIRE SERVICE INC. 1 1 Howland Road Fairhaven, Mass 997-4501 TOWN ' N ' COUNTRY HOUSE County Road East Freetown 763-2789 JOHN P. MACHADO Automobile Legal Ass ' n New Bedford, Mass. 994-9263 121 CORTES ' PACKAGE STORE Flowers and Vegetables Middleb oro Road E. Freetown, Mass. LA FRANCE JEWELER Certified Gemologist — Registered Jeweler New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of E. J. SAYERS, BUILDERS K. R. REZENDES, INC. I GENERAL CONTRACTOR Backhoe — Shovel — Bulldozer and Trucking Service Water Mairs and Appurtenances a Specialty You Want the Best? EAST FREETOWN GARAGE General Repair — Auto Body — Painting 763-2422 ALBERT FOSTER, JR. East Freetown, Mass. it I TAVARES UPHOLSTERY STORE Acushnet Avenue Compliments of the ASSONET STAR MARKET South Main Street Assonet, Mass. CAPTAIN BUB ' S MARINE County Road Lakeville, Mass. Best of Luck to my little Flowers STAR DRIVE-IN East Taunton Mass. RIDGE HOMES LONGVIEW REALTY CORP. 3628 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. TELEPHONE: WY 5-7414 123 LESTER O. FREW Good Luck to the Graduating Class of ' 70 4 FRATES DAIRY South Dartmouth Bob F., Lulu, Pop-a-guy, Manny, Alice, Bonnie, Compliments of TERRY ' S BEAUTY SALON CHERRY WEBB OF NEW ENGLAND DAVE ' S DINER South Main Street Assonet, Mass. Compliments of JIM ' S BARBER SHOP Assonet MITCHELL ' S PACKAGE STORE County Road E. Freetown THE BOSTON STORE Compliments of ASSONET SAND AND GRAVEL Assonet, Mass. Compliments of A FRIEND MAC KNIGHTS FLOWERLAND GIFT SHOP Specializing in Permanent Flower Arrangement Route 79 Berkley 824-0832 Congratulations Class of 1 970 DOC ' S SHOE CENTER 21-23 Center St. Middleboro, Mass. ' Shoes For All The Family " " Dependable Service and Quality " Compliments of HINCKLEY AND SON ' S f CO. FURNITURE — TV APPLIANCES — WALL TO WALL CARPETING Your " bankamericard " or " maste. charge " welcome here 866 CENTER STREET IDOLEBORO. MASS. 02346 Tel. 947-OS02 Congratulations Class of ' 70 THE WORK BASKET 69 Center Street Middleboro, Mass. Tel. 947-21 12 127 Compliments of A FRIEND 1 Compliments of LORING STUDIOS 130 PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gladu Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buckman Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dias Mr. and Mrs. Juergen Hermann Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Borden III Mr. and Mrs. Albert Forcier Mr. and Mrs. Francis O. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nadeau Mr. and Mrs. Alfred DeArruda Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Pawlak Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ashley Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Poirier Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Dore Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Chace Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Zuber Mr. and Mrs. Matland G. Van Cour Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ashley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DeArruda Mr. and Mrs. George Grenier Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pineault Mr. and Mrs. John Donoghy III Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cory Mr. and Mrs. John Haskins Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Holland Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Allan Booth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Couet Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knierien Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cain Mr. and Mrs. Frederic L. Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sykes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Protami Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fay Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ashley Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bruffee Mr. Kevin P. Delano Miss Carol A. Soares Miss Barbara Crowe Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. West Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Truran Miss Elizabeth M. McCarty " Samontha " Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staples Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pilling Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Faria Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Simas Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genovese Mr. and Mrs. James D. Brightman, Jr. Mr. Joel Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. George Tripp Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crampton Mrs. Frederick Thorley Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Rose Mrs. Louise E. Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Falcon C ppreciaiion In the time that we have worked on this yearbook, we have found that Mr. Rose has let us do most of the things we have wanted to do. Because of this fact, the Polarion has really become our yearbook. He has encouraged change and uniqueness and has tried to assist us whenever called upon. He has been lenient as far as restrictions are concerned, but by no means has he been neglectful ... As we leave we would like, in a final way to say . . . You ' re okay, Mr. Rose. Goncfusion We hope that, now, after looking through the book, you have seen " Alice " grow and finally go through the looking glass and enter the world of a young adult. Stand back and take one really good look. If you cannot feel and see " Alice " every- day, you are just looking without seeing. ' Lastly, she pictured to herself how this same little sister of hers would, in the after-time, be herself a grown woman; and how she would keep, through all her riper years, the simple and loving heart of her childhood; and how she would gather about her other lit- tle children, and make fhe r eyes bright and eager with many a strange tale, perhaps even the Wonderland of long ago;and how she would feel with all their simple sorrows, and find a pleasure in all their simple joys, remembering her own child-life, and the happy summer days. ' 135 1 naiure seems o wear one uniuersaf rin r


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