Fairhaven High School - Huttlestonian Yearbook (Fairhaven, MA)

 - Class of 1965

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•V ' Zhres 0 Zorn i holds rww foreword thresholds of tomorrow " To-morrow, what delight is in tomorrow, What laughter and what music breathing joy, Dropping like echoes through the long to-day, Where childhood waits with weary expectations.” T. B. REED 4 To Mrs. Mabel H. Knipe, we dedicate the thirty-ninth edition of the Huttlestonian. As head of the English department, Mrs. Knipe has unself¬ ishly aided the Seniors at Fairhaven High School for many years. Mrs. Knipe has spent much of her spare time as advisor to the " Spray” and director of past Senior plays. When prayer was denied us, Mrs. Knipe began writing a layman’s bible called " Thoughts for the Day.” The Fairhaven High School graduating class of 1965 owes a great debt of thanks to Mrs. Knipe and in appreciation for her understanding we fond¬ ly dedicate this yearbook. 6 FAIRHAVEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, FAIRHAVEN, MASSACHUSETTS yf Lynwood P. Harriman Superintendent Charles C. Entwistle Fairhaven High School Principal To The Members of the Class of 1965 When you open your yearbooks for the first time, you will be near to that hour when you will go fofth from Fairhaven High School for the last time as a student. As you cross the threshold on this outward step, you will be crossing at the same time the Threshold to Tomorrow. For you, the doorway to the new day opens to opportunities exciting and rewarding. Four years you as a class have had a common purpose. As you crossed and recnossed the thresholds of home and schbol you have grown as you worked toward a goal in which you all have shared. Now the Threshold to Tomorrow will bring a parting for each of you as you enter a new era in your lives. Yet even though you pursue courses still unknown, you will take with you a bit of the fine heritage of this school. In turn, as you leave you will leave behind an addition to the legacy that awaits future members of Fairhaven High. In your crossing of the threshold, you leave us and so we hope for each of you a future that brings to you the full richness of life. We know, that beyond that Threshold to Tomorrow is success. May each of you grasp it with all your strength. With sincere good wishes. Principal 7 n faculty and Curriculum " Studies serve for delight, for orna¬ ment, and for ability . . . They perfect nature, and are perfected by experience; Reading maketh a full man; . . . His¬ tories make men wise; poets witty; the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep; moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to contend.” Francis Bacon 9 Our MmM Mr. Entwistle, our principal, has directed another successful year at F.H.S. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, and has a B.S. and M.S. from that school. Presently, Mr. Entwistle is doing graduate work for a Ed.D. at Boston University. Among his interests are Civil War histories, home improvements, and gardening. 10 stratm Mrs. Bruce, our college course Guidance Counselor, has given time and patience to help the college-bound students of F.H.S. We will always remember the aid and advice she has given us. Mrs. Bruce has a B.A. from Bridgewater State College and a Masters degree from Boston University. Her favorite pastimes include read¬ ing, cooking, and outdoor activities. Mr. Albritton, our general and business course guidance counselor, has helped many of our students choose their vocations. Mr. Al¬ britton, a former resident of Junction City, Ar¬ kansas, is a graduate of Southern State College. In his spare time, Mr. Albritton enjoys pho¬ tography and sports. English the gateway to Knowledge and Communication Our fine English Department prepares us to take the next big step in our lives, be it on to higher education or out into the world to find a job, for English is the means through which we learn and communicate with others. Fairhaven students are given an introduction to the great classics and a solid background in grammar and creative writing. MABEL H. KNIPE A.B, M.A. Mrs. Knipe is the head of the English Depart¬ ment. She is a graduate of Tufts University and Boston University. Her interests are read¬ ing, sewing, gardening, creative writing, music, and theatre. MARGUERITE BRASOR Ph.B. Mrs. Brasor teaches English. A graduate of the University of Vermont, she enjoys paint¬ ing, and reading about the theatre. PRISCILLA P. HILLER Mrs. Hiller, who attended Nasson College, teaches English and speech. Her interests include records, good books, walking, swimming, and sailing. Mrs. Hiller directed this year’s Senior play. 12 MARGARET C. HOWLAND A.B. Mrs. Howland teaches English to Junior and Senior students. An alumna of Wheaton College, she enjoys reading, cooking, and talking with teenagers. EDITH M. MOORE A.B. Mrs. Moore is a teacher of English. A gradu¬ ate of Wheaton College, she enjoys reading and gardening. She is also interested in ani¬ mals. Mrs. Moore is a former chairman of the Fairhaven School Committee. EVELYN SHAPIRO B.S. in Ed. Mrs. Shapiro, a graduate of Bridgewater State College, teaches English. An accomplished violinist, she enjoys the theatre, opera, and con¬ certs. MARY LOUISE BOYCE B.S. Mrs. Boyce, our new librarian, graduated from Fitchburg State College. She has also taken courses at Colby College. Her interests in¬ clude sports and reading. She also enjoys col¬ lecting antiques and repairing furniture. MARGARET A. MANGHAN B.S., M.S. Miss Manghan, the reading supervisor at Fair- haven High School, attended Boston College, and Bridgewater State College. Her interests include art, languages, and people. 13 I D i □ □ u mm Once upon a time there was a little girl named Goldi¬ locks. A rose by any other name would smell a-ahCHOO! Put some FEELING into your recitation! You ' d better sit down before I tell you your mark. 14 There is a fine of $47.65! 15 foreign Canguages ... Door to Other Zands The world of the future will be one of expanding trade, travel, and communication. In all these fields language will become increasingly important. Our Foreign Language Depart¬ ment offers instruction in the modern tongues of French and Spanish, and in the ancient language, Latin. DONALD J. B. DUFOUR B.A., M.Ed. Mr. Dufour is the head of the Foreign Lan¬ guages Department. A graduate of Assumption College and Bridgewater State College, he teaches French. His varied interests include tennis, camp¬ ing, gardening, and reading French novels. ANTHONY G. BALDASSARRE A.B. Mr. Baldassarre teaches Spanish and French, but is also interested in Latin, Italian, and Por¬ tuguese. He graduated with honors from Boston University. His favorite pastime is playing the organ and piano. EDITH G. DIAS A.B. Mrs. Dias, who teaches Latin and French, grad¬ uated from Pembroke College. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, the theatre, and music. Mrs. Dias also takes great pleasure in traveling. Many of her summers have been spent touring European countries. 16 Hie et ubique, Mr. Howard ? Non, nous n’avons pas de choux! I Sonria jy el mundo sonrie con usted! 17 Mathematics and Science. Zhrcsholds of Discovery Mathematics, the language of the sciences, is the key to our entire way of life. It plays a large part in every activity, from managing a household to national defense. Our Mathematics Department prepares Fairhaven students for further study in colleges or business schools and for meeting mathematical requirements at home or on the job. ROBERT C. LAWTON B.E., Ed.M. Mr. Lawton is the head of our Mathematics Department. A graduate of Northeastern Uni¬ versity and Boston University, he enjoys garden¬ ing and listening to his hi-fi. IONA J. KUNZ B.S. A graduate of Simmons College, Mrs. Kunz teaches mathematics. She varies her instruction with spirited verse and interesting stories. She cites her interests as adolescents, math, literature, gardening, sailing, poetry, art, knitting, and cook¬ ing. JOHN G. MALCOLM B.S. Mr. Malcolm, a teacher of mathematics, is a graduate of New Bedford Institute of Tech¬ nology. He enjoys boating and fishing. 18 I Science is the most rapidly expanding field of human endeavor. It was science that led mankind out of the caves, and it is science that today leads him out into space. We, as future citizens, must understand the world of science if we are to guide our country in the years to come. General science, biology, chemistry, and physics are the courses presented by our Science Department. RAYMOND G. BOYCE B.S., M.Ed. Mr. Boyce, head of the Science Department, attended Fitchburg State College, Bridgewater State College, and Boston College. He teaches chemistry and is interested in rare rock specimens. MELVIN ENTIN B.S. Mr. Entin, a teacher of biology, is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island. He is also our Director of Athletics and Physical Education. Among his interests are woodworking, garden¬ ing, and fishing. VIRGINIA KOWAL B.A. Miss Kowal is an alumna of the University of Massachusetts. She teaches biology and United States history. Miss Kowal enjoys gardening, rais¬ ing animals, and painting. FERNANDO SILVA B.S. Mr. Silva, an alumnus of New Bedford Institute of Technology, teaches physics and chemistry. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing, and carpentry. 19 Easy on the equipment, people! Some Tuesday next week we’ll make fudge. I told him to keep away from the piranhas. r 20 All right, whc Hmm. This must be ultra-modern math! The very merry math class! Orchestra seats are best! planted the poison ivy? u . Social Studies... the Key to The Social Studies Department prepares us for citizenship in our modern world. A knowl¬ edge of the past provides us with experience with which to face the future. History, govern¬ ment, economics, and non-European Civilization are among the courses offered to Fairhaven students. EDWARD F. TRAINOR A.B., M.A. Mr. Trainor, head of our Social Studies De¬ partment, attended Boston University and Bridge- water State College. He teaches non-European civilization, and in his spare time enjoys reading, bowling, and swimming. ALEXANDER M. CLEMENT B.S., M.Ed. Mr. Clement attended Williams College, North Adams State College, and Hyannis State College. A teacher of United States history, Mr. Clement enjoys visiting historical places. He also likes sports and crossword puzzles. CHARLES F. FOLEY B.S. in Ed. Mr. Foley, a graduate of Bridgewater State College, teaches world history, United States history, and economics. He enjoys music and sports, and he is interested in foreign affairs. WILLIAM OLIVEIRA B.S. in Ed. Mr. Oliveira graduated from Bridgewater State College. A teacher of geography, government, and history from 1700, Mr. Oliveira likes bowl¬ ing and photography. 22 Understanding Others You can’t trust the Russians. As soon as I made out my lesson plan they fired Khrushchev! The Pilgrims were lucky. Immigration laws are much stricter today. " Equal rights” doesn’t mean that every¬ body passes. No, two can’t live as cheaply as one. business... the Koad to Opportunity The Business Department trains Fairhaven pupils for positions in the important world of production, trade, and finance. Business raised America’s standard of living to its present level, and feeds, clothes, and houses all of us. The future of our country depends to a large extent on how our free enterprise system will meet the challenges facing it. MARIE R. NOYER B.S. in Ed. Mrs. Noyer is head of the Business Depart¬ ment and teaches office practice. She graduated from Salem State College. Mrs. Noyer’s main interests include politics, the theater, furniture refinishing, gardening, and knitting. MANUEL FONTES B.S.B.A.,M.Ed. Mr. Fontes is a graduate of Boston College, and Bridgewater State College. He teaches law and bookkeeping, and his interests are fishing and model railroading. One of his heaviest tasks is advising the Huttlestonian staff! RUTH S. ROBINSON B.S. in Ed. Mrs. Robinson, a graduate of Salem State Col¬ lege, teaches stenography and transcription. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, reading, and rug braiding. 24 RAYMOND J. SULLIVAN B.S. in B.A., Ed.M. Mr. Sullivan, who teaches bookkeeping, type¬ writing, and stenography, graduated from Boston University College of Business Administration and Boston University School of Education. Among his interests are photography, music, and hockey. MARION L. VOSS Mrs. Voss, a graduate of Bryant College, teaches typewriting, office practice, and book¬ keeping. She is interested in music and art. Which hand wore the Playtex living glove? 25 Both, and there’s Another business letter signed " love”? . . . But it broke the line and swam away. 26 (if no chocolate mess! That ' s not what I told you to type! (Mr. Noyes substituted for Mr. Sullivan.) 27 Tine Mts, Practical Arts ... Toward a Tifc of fteauty and Achievement The Music and Art Departments of Fairhaven High School enrich the lives of hundreds of students each year. Training in Fine Arts yields hours of pleasure throughout one’s life. DOROTHY DIDOMENICO B.M. Mrs. Di Domenico is a graduate of Boston University, where she studied Music Education. In her spare time she enjoys cooking and read¬ ing. ELIZABETH MANDELL Mrs. Mandell, our art supervisor, graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Her interests are, art block painting, and portrait painting. JOSEPH RAPOZA Mr. Rapoza, our new art teacher, is a graduate of Bradford Durfee School of Technology. In his spare time he enjoys modern jazz, sports car racing, and painting. 28 T raining in the Practical Arts develops skills for jobs or hobbies that will always be a source of pride and enjoyment. The Home Economics Department prepares girls to be good homemakers, while the Industrial Arts Department offers boys courses in mechanical draw¬ ing, shop, and printing. GENEVIEVE R. MODESTO Mrs. Modesto attended Bridgewater State College, Fitchburg State College, Rhode Island School of Design, and Syracuse University. She teaches clothing and homemaking. RICHARD L. ARIETA B.S. Mr. Arieta is a graduate of New Bedford Institute of Technology and Bridgewater State College. He has also done graduate work at Siena College. Mr. Arieta is a teacher of mechanical drawing and our assistant football coach. He is interested in golf and basketball. PETER P. BRIGGS Mr. Briggs, a former student at Fairhaven High School, attends Bridgewater State College. He is a teacher of industrial arts, woodworking, and printing. Among his interests are model¬ building, sailing, and woodworking. WALTER SAWICKI Mr. Sawicki, who attended New Bedford In¬ stitute of Technology, Keene State College, and Bridgewater State College, teaches industrial arts and shop. He is interested in woodworking, metalworking, and sports. 29 Decisions, decisions! Are you sure you had two hands when you started ? Ray tells how he would handle the Rochester monster. 31 ■ I Physical Education ... Sound Mind, Sound ftody The Physical Education Department is dent at Fairhaven High School. Physical dedicated to the physical well-being of every stu- fitness is important for a healthy, happy life. MELVIN ENTIN B.S. Mr. Entin, our Director of Athletics and Physical Education, is a graduate of the Univer¬ sity of Rhode Island. He is also a teacher of bi¬ ology. Among his interests are woodworking, gardening, and fishing. ALMA J. CAMPBELL B.S. Miss Campbell graduated from the University of Minnesota. She teaches physical education, coaches the girls’ basketball team, and is the advisor to the cheerleaders. In her spare time, Miss Campbell enjoys knitting, reading, and camping. WARREN F. GRIFFIN B.S. in Ed., M.A. Mr. Griffin, a graduate of the University of Maine and Andrews University, is coach of our varsity football team. He is also a teacher of physical education and mathematics. His interests include football, golf, and reading. 32 3 I Don’t look now, boys, but the bar is cracking! A hard night’s day. 33 Clerical Staff and School ursc EVELYN L. MARTIN A well-known person to all F.H.S. pupils is Mrs. Martin. After graduation from Fairhaven High School, she attended Kinyon Secretarial School. Mrs. Martin is Mr. Entwistle’s secretary. Her interests include reading, cooking, and music. 34 Make a list, Peg; she threw out the whole study hall! The students of F.H.S. owe a vote of thanks to the nurse and clerical staff for their willing assistance during the years. Their diligent work has kept the high school a healthy and efficient place in which to learn. ALDA HAYWARD A graduate of Brockton Business College, Mrs. Hayward is our guidance secretary. She enjoys music and painting, and spends much of her leisure time playing the organ. RITA CHAMPAGNE Mrs. Champagne is secretary to the vice¬ principal. A graduate of St. Anthony High School, she enjoys bowling and ice skating. LOUISE F. DENNIE R.N. Mrs. Dennie, our school nurse, is a graduate of Truesdale Hospital School of Nursing. A graduate of F.H.S., Mrs. Dennie has for years been a loyal fan of F.H.S. athletic teams. 35 Custodial and We won’t tell you where we hid the keys! What d’ya mean, " The boilers are missing " ? Make up your mind where you want it, Mr. Howard! 36 I I The students of the Class of 1965 thank the custodial and cafeteria staffs for their cheerful service, which has kept Fairhaven High School running smoothly during our four years here. What does it taste like to you ? What’s cooking? Heh, heh! You’ll find out! I’m sorry, but we don’t cash travelers’ checks! 37 1 t 1 £ Seniors " Oh may this book to you bring memories As oft you scan it in the years to come, May it bring back the joys and cares you knew, The hours you spent to keep from being dumb. Four years seemed such a long, long time to us, When we as freshmen to our classes strode, We find it hard to say, ' Goodbye, dear school’, And go our way out on Life s busy road.” 39 Class Mist ory Looking back over our four years in Fairhaven High School, we discover that our freshman year wasn’t so long ago. None of us will forget that first confused day in the big high school. In this, our first year, we elected Kathy Teixeira, president; Sandra Almeida, vice-president; Stephen Messier, secretary; and Stephen Entin, treasurer. The executive board was comprised of Joyce Holden, Wayne Lodge, Janet Pacheco, Joan Laverdiere, and Raymond Fonseca. Our class, the largest ever at Fairhaven High, sold beach hats under the guidance of Mr. Cornforth. At the end of our freshman year Kathy Teixeira was chosen for cheerleading along with substitutes Jean Alexion and Joyce Holden. The summer of 1962 passed all too quickly, but nevertheless we found our¬ selves eager to return to school as sophomores. At this time we elected Stephen Entin, president; Raymond Fonseca, vice-president; Stephen Messier, secretary; and Wayne Lodge, treasurer. The executive board included Sandra Almeida, Kathy Teixeira, Joan Laverdiere, Janet Pacheco and Joyce Holden. Our class project, selling magazines, was a great success. Polly Ann Harrison was added to the cheering squad with Kathy Teixeira as head cheerleader. We entered our junior year with the satisfaction of being upperclassmen at last. Much of our excitement this year was in preparation for the planning of our Junior Prom and Junior Day. Guiding us through our many activities were Raymond Fonseca, president; Wayne Lodge, vice-president; Judy Almeida, secretary; and Allen Patenaude, treasurer. Joan Laverdiere, Toni Rego, Janet Pacheco, Polly Ann Harrison and Scott Morris made up the executive board. This year we were greatly helped by Mr. Silva and Miss Miller. Our class projects, the selling of fruitcakes and chocolate Easter bunnies, were very successful. Stephen Entin was chosen as the American Field Service student to take part in the program from Fairhaven High School. He spent about three months in f the Philippines and returned with much to tell everyone. Our Junior Prom held on May 8, was a memorable night for everyone. After long hours spent on decorations, we all realized it was worth while upon our arrival at the Auditorium. The theme was " Evening in Paris”. The dance was a big success, and the ultimate moment of the evening was reached when the Queen and her Court were announced. Toni Rego was our Queen and Sandra Almeida her Lady-in-Waiting. The Queen’s court was comprised of Joan Laverdiere, Kathy Teixeira, Joyce Holden, Diane Benoit, Polly Ann Harrison, Sharon Matland, Jean Alexion, and Paula Souza. We arrived at Junior Day with mixed emotions. It was then we were elevated to the position of Seniors and assumed the responsibility of leadership in the school. The long awaited year arrived. To lead us through our final year we chose: Raymond Fonseca, president; Joan Laverdiere, vice-president; Janet Pacheco, secretary; and Allen Patenaude, treasurer. The executive board was comprised of Alden Trull, John German, Stephen Entin, Scott Morris, and Robert Aguiar. With the aid of Mr. Silva, we sold fudge for our class project. This year we all enjoyed a new addition to our class, Michiko Kijima, the exchange student | from Japan. The Senior Play was presented on March 12 in the Larch Avenue Auditorium. It was entitled ' Ring Around Elizabeth”, and was a lot of fun and very successful thanks to its director, Mrs. Hiller. Nearing the end of our days at Fairhaven High School, we began our graduation exercises. On June 11, the Senior Prom was held in the Gold Room of the New Bedford Hotel. This was the last dance we would attend together as classmates. On June 13, Vespers were held in the Larch Avenue Audi¬ torium. June 14, brought the night of our Senior Banquet. On June 16, our friends and relatives gathered to attend our graduation. With tears in our eyes, thoughts of our days, both happy and sad in F.H.S., passed through our minds. Now we looked to the future, bidding farewell to that part of our lives we shall always cherish. 41 Left to right: President: Raymond Fon¬ seca; Vice-President: Joan Laverdiere; Secretary: Janet Pacheco; Treasurer: Al¬ len Patenaude. Class Officers Executive Board members are: Robert Aguiar, Stephen Entin, Scott Morris, John German and Alden Trull. 42 Highest Honors STEPHEN J. ENTIN High Honors MARIA RATO Honors BARBARA A. ACKSEN BETTE LOU EVERETT KATHLEEN LEWIS STEPHEN H. MESSIER RONALD PERRY JACQUELINE E. RAY TONI F. REGO RUTH ANN RYLE ALDEN F. TRULL JR. BARBARA ANN ACKSEN " Barbie” College " Give the world the best you have, and the best will come to you.” Born: January 26, 1948; Ambition: To finish college and become a psychologist; Bet Peeve: English Themes; Favorite Saying: " Oh my Gosh”; Suppressed Desire: To install a bar in the girl’s locker room; Idol: Yogi Bear; Happiest When: Drinking fizzies in the locker room during study halls; Salient Characteristic: Life Savers; Activities: " Spray” Staff Associate Editor 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Dramatic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Vocalaires 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, Alternate 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Huttleslonian Staff 4; Jr. Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Educational Enrichment 2, 3. ROBERT JAMES AGUIAR " Camel” General " Life is just one darned thing after another.” Born: August 17, 1945; Ambition: To lead the Portu¬ guese People from exile; Favorite Saying: " Are you kidding me?”; Pet Peeve: Portuguese People who don ' t know what they are; Suppressed Desire: To coach a F.H.S. Football Team; Idol: God; Happiest When: Looking at legs in 6th period government class; Salient Characteristic: Practical jokes; Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Winter Track 2, 3; Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Corresponding Secretary 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Blue Devil 4; Huttlestonian Staff 4. JEAN ALEXION College " A giggle here, a giggle there.” Born: June 6, 1947; Ambition: College; Favorite Saying: " Well, you can imagine the impact . . .”; Pet Peeve: Short skirts; Suppressed Desire: To rid myself of Susan; Idol: David Brinkley; Happiest When: I’m rabble-rousing; Salient Characteristic: Giggle; Ac¬ tivities: Art Club 1, 2; President 2; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 2; Cheerleading 2; French Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, Junior Prom Committee 3; Queen’s Court 3; English Enrichment 4; History Enrich¬ ment 3; Huttlestonian 4. SUSAN ALLEN " Sue” College " A rhapsody of words.” Born: October 21, 1947; Ambition: To try and get through college; Favorite Saying: " Aw come off it, it’s just a joke.” Pet Peeve: Coming back to school after a long weekend; Suppressed Desire: To run away to England and meet the Beatles in person; Idol: Dusty Springfield; Happiest When: Listening to the Beatles or when I’m out with Paul; Salient Characteristic: Scotch tape; Activities: Homemaking Club 4. 44 JUDITH ANN ALMEIDA " A good heart’s worth gold.” ' Judy” College Born: April 26, 1947; Ambition: Become a Teacher; Favorite Saying: " Oh Dear.”; Pet Peeve: Showoffs; Suppressed Desire: To be rich; Idol: Robert Goulet; Happiest When: When with Earl. Salient Characterist¬ ic: Earl; Activities: Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; Student Government Representative 1, 3. SANDRA JEAN ALMEIDA " Sandy” College " A girl of happy yesterdays and confident tomorrows.” Born: June 18, 1947; Ambition: To graduate from the University of Massachusetts; Favorite Saying: " Such is life!” Pet Peeve: Girls’ Club; Suppressed Desire: To be the bouncer in Barbara ' s bar where Toni is bartender; Idol: " Good Old Sally”; Happiest When: I’m busy!; Salient Characteristic: Sarcasm; Activities: Class Vice- President 1; Executive Board 2; Student Council 1, alternate 2, 3; Art Club 1; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; " Spray” 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Vocaliares 2, 3, Librarian 4; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3, Lady-In-Waiting 3; Future Teachers 4, Secretary 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 4, Vocal Ensemble 4, Girls’ Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Huttlestonian 2, 3, 4; Senior Editor 4. DENNIS ALVES Den” Business " A smile for every fellow, and two for every girl.” Born: March 13, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " Don’t sweat it”; Pet Peeve: The cops up the center; Suppressed Desire: To own a GTO; Idol: John F. Kennedy; Happiest When: Playing Sports; Salient Characteristic: Wink; Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3; Key Club 4. WAYNE AMARAL " Turtle” General " Quietly on his way he goes, in no one’s busi¬ ness pokes his nose.” Bom: December 19, 1947; Favorite Saying: " A lot of help you are ; Vet Peeve: People asking me how I got my name; Suppressed Desire: To have a slumber party in Mrs. Howland’s English Class; Happiest When: Among friends: Salient Characteristic: Baseball. DAVID ANDERSON " Tex” General " Merrily, merrily, shall I live.” Born: May 15, 1947; Ambition: To be a dent in a garbage can; Favorite Saying: " Can’t all be winners”; Pet Peeve: The center cop; Suppressed Desire: To get my driver’s license; Idol: Paul McCartney; Happiest When: At Brown’s; Salient Characteristic: Homeroom Disturbance; Activities: Audio-visual Club 2, 3; Key Club 4; Monitor 4. ROBERT ANDRADE " Turtle” College " He smiles away the woes of the day.” Born: December 14, 1947; Ambition: To be an ac¬ countant; Favorite Saying: " More power to you”; Pet Peeve: Teachers; Suppressed Desire: To lead the Portuguese against the Polish race; Idol: Ringo Starr; Happiest When: Playing or watching sports events; Salient Characteristic: Smile. JUNE ANN AUDETTE " Junie” Business " Beneath that calm exterior; a sweet personality.” Born: May 16, 1947; Ambition: To be a bookkeeper; Favorite Saying: " That’s life”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To be a millionaire; Idol; Paul Anka; Happiest When: With a special someone; Salient Characteristic: Petiteness; Activities: Business Club 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Office Assistant 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. JULES M. AVILA JR. " Sims” Business " You’re only young once—after that I’ll have to think of another excuse.” Born: January 14, 1948; Ambition: To be a success; Favorite Saying: " That’s the breaks”; Pet Peeve: Slow moving cars; Suppressed Desire: To be a pro bowler; Idol; Pat Patterson; Happiest When: Bowling; Salient Characteristic: His bowling ball; Activities: Track 1, 2. CYNTHIA HELEN AXTELL " Cindy” College " Fun-loving and gay will always be her way.” Born: March 20, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " Bob, I’m taking the car”; Pet Peeve: Staying home on school nights; Suppressed Desire: To meet Micheal Anthony; Idol: Christine Keeler; Happiest When: A weekend rolls around; Salient Characteristic: Vitality; Activities: Art Club 1; Debating Society 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Vocalaires 2; Dramatic Society 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. NANCY ANN BAKER " Baker” General " The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed.” Born: July 26, 1947; Ambition: To travel and become a nurse; Favorite Saying: " Cool as a moose with skunk’s fur”; Pet Peeve: People with no sense of humor; Suppressed Desire: To skate through the hall of F.H.S.; Idol: Bugs Bunny; Happiest When: Having a lot of fun with the gang; Salient Characteristic: Kinky Curls; Activities: Basketball 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Traffic Squad 3. DIANA BALDWIN College " She may look quiet, but look again.” Born: September 2, 1947; Ambition: College; Favorite Saying: " Great.”; Pet Peeve: Walking to school; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To hang on the hands of the clock in the tower; Idol: Manfred the Wonder Dog; Happiest When: With Barry; Salient Characteristic: Fingernails; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee. CYNTHIA MARION BASTIEN " Cindy” College " A friend to everyone around her.” Born: May 22, 1947; Ambition: To be a psychiatrist; Favorite Saying: " You’re kidding!”; Pet Peeve: People who mumble; Suppressed Desire: To go into F.H.S. clock tower and change the time; Idol: Bess Myerson; Happiest When: Driving; Salient Characteristic: Friendliness; Activities: Art Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. ROBERT VEEDER BAUER " Bob” College " I say little, but who knows what I think.” Born: June 7, 1947; Ambition: To be an automobile en¬ gineer; Favorite Saying: " What seems to be the prob¬ lem?”; Pet Peeve: Chevy Lovers; Suppressed Desire: To own a Ford Cobra; Idol: Elvis; Happiest When: Working on my car; Salient Characteristic: Li’l Red Jeepster; Activities: Metal Working Club 4. DANIEL J. BEAULIEU " Bola” General " Not afraid of work, but not in sympathy with it.” Born: April 8, 1947; Ambition: To own a business; Favorite Saying: " Rock-it, once”; Pet Peeve: Fords; Suppressed Desire: Do a wheel-stand; Happiest When: With Dolly; Salient Characteristic: Li’l Black Chevy; Activities: Art Club 1; Metal-working Club 4. DIANE BENOIT " Di” Business " Neatness is the crowning grace of womanhood.” Born: April 21, 1947; Ambition: Hair Stylist; Favorite Saying: Bad news; Pet Peeve: Hypocrites; Suppressed Desire: To succeed in life; Idol: Olive Oyl; Happiest When: At 2:05; Salient Characteristic: Crown; Activi¬ ties: Student Council 3, 4; Student Government Day 3; Junior Prom Court 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Traffic Squad 4; " Spray” 4; Assembly Committee 4; Huttlestonian 4. Business LINDA BISAILLON " Lynn” " Jolly, winsome, blithe, and gay—.” Born: April 12, 1947; Ambition: To become an Execu¬ tive Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Hey-ah!!!!!!!”; Pet Peeve: People who can’t mind their own business; Suppressed Desire: To always be with that certain someone; Idol: Tony the Tiger; Happiest When: With Mike; Salient Characteristic: ’53 Buick; Activities: Busi¬ ness Club 3, 4. DONNA BIZARRO " Dawn” College " There lies a deal of deviltry beneath her mild exterior.” Born: October 3, 1947; Ambition: To be a good hair¬ stylist; Favorite Saying: " You Know”; Pet Peeve: Get¬ ting up in the morning; Suppressed Desire: To be happily married and travel to California; Idol: Jackie Kennedy; Happiest When: With that special someone; Salient Characteristic: Wardrobe; Activities: Homemak¬ ing Club 4, treasurer 4; Pep Squad 1; Traffic Monitor 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. ALAN BOLING " Al” College " True merit often lies in being quiet.” Born: December 31, 1947; Ambition: To be an engi¬ neer; Favorite Saying: " I doubt it”; Pet Peeve: Frozen Pizzas; Suppressed Desire: To retire; Happiest When: With Rosie; Salient Characteristic: Rosie’s T-Bird; Ac¬ tivities: Future Teachers 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4. DAVID KIRK BOLTON " Dave” College " What he wants most out of school is himself.” Born: February 12, 1946; Ambition: To manufacture plastic " Jack Kerovacs” for car dashboards; Favorite Saying: " I’ll buy that”; Pet Peeve: " Pointed sticks”; Suppressed Desire: To stick my finger in the Fairhaven dike; Idol: Jean-Paul-Sartre; Happiest When: At the Newport Folk Festival; Salient Characteristic: Forged I.D.’s; Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Monitor 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. HARRY BOOTH College " Men of few words are the best of men.” Born: December 8, 1946; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " Let’s go”; Pet Peeve: Memory pas¬ sages; Suppressed Desire: To climb Mount Everest; Idol: Abe Lincoln; Happiest When: Climbing a mountain; Salient Characteristic: Shyness; Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 4; Key Club 4. JUNE ELAINE BOUCHER " Junie” General " So simple yet sweet are her charms.” Born: May 25, 1947; Ambition: Beautician; Favorite Saying: " Oh, Brother!”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning and snobby people; Suppressed Desire: To swing from the Chandelier in the Old Auditorium; Idol: Leslie Gore; Happiest When: Laughing; Salient Characteristic: " Y” Dances; Activities: Softball 1, 2. NANCY ANN BOULEY " Nan” Business " Sincerity and gaiety in one friendly person.” Born: October 14, 1947; Ambition: To succeed in the future; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: To always be happy with that certain someone!; Idol: Snagglepuss; Happiest When: With Bob; Salient Characteristic: Diamond; Ac¬ tivities: Student Council 1; Business Club 4. JUDY LOUISE BROWN College " Yours is a sunny smile and a quiet charm.” Born: March 29, 1947; Ambition: To be a teacher; Favorite Saying: " Oh my goodness”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: To be a millionaire; Happiest When: On the bus going home from school; Salient Characteristic: Wavy hair; Activities: Homemaking Club 1; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses 4; Christmas Play 1. CHERYL DIANE BURNS " Life’s too short to frown at.” ' Sherri” College Born: November 1, 1947; Ambition: To be a self- made multi-billionaire; Favorite Saying: " Bad News”; Pet Peeve: Black-and-white co y stampedes; Suppressed Desire: To grow 10 feet tall and call everyone " shorty”; Idol: Rob Roy; Happiest When: I’m unaware; Salient Characteristic: Her walk; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Art Club 2, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4 . JOSEPH CABRAL JR. General " Fond of fun as fond can be.” Born: November 9, 1945; Ambition: To get out of high school; Favorite Saying: " You can’t win them all”; Pet Peeve: School; Suppressed Desire: Get rich; Idol: Edgar Allen Poe; Happiest When: Out of school; Salient Characteristic: Arguments. JOHN CAMBRA " Embryo” General " If studies interfere with good times, why study?” Born: September - 19, 1946; Ambition: To become a chef; Favorite Saying: " Tuff or what’’; Pet Peeve: the center cop; Suppressed Desire: Another party at Czar’s house; Idol: Me; Happiest When: With all my friends; Salient Characteristic: Pancake-House; Activi¬ ties: Track 1; Key Club 4; Audio-visual Club 2. PAUL CARDOZA College " He lives life with an easy swing, content with whatever it may bring.” Born: May 9, 1947; Ambition: College; Favorite Say¬ ing: " Is that right?’’; Pet Peeve: Persons who mock people!!; Suppressed Desire: To get back all the money a certain person owes me; Idol: Y.A., with the bald head; Happiest When: Back in the hills; Salient Characteristic: Collegiate looks; Activities: Track 1; Student Council 2; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3; President 4; Key Club 4; Football 2, 3, Tri-captain 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN CARMELL " Carolyn” Business " An artist of the first degree, her pictures are a treat to see.” Born: January 2, 1947; Ambition: To be a secretary; Favorite Saying: " You wish”; Pet Peeve: The girls’ locker room in the morning; Suppressed Desire: To be a millionaire; Happiest When: In room 20; Salient Characteristic: Jewelry; Activities: Student Council 1; " Spray” 1; Art Club 4. SANDRA CARVALHO " Sandie” Business " Witty, lively, full of fun; talk she will to everyone.” Born: April 14, 1947; Ambition: To travel; Favorite Saying: " I doubt it!!”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning; Suppressed Desire: To have a maid; Hap¬ piest When: With that special someone; Salient Charac¬ teristic: Long hair. EUGENE MERLE CHADBOURNE " Gene” College, General " How good he is, how just, and fit for highest trust.” Born: October 19, 1947; Ambition: To become a drafts¬ man; Favorite Saying: " You can’t win them all”; Pet Peeve: A questioning teacher when trying to cut class; Suppressed Desire: To run from room 18 to 5A in 1 minute; Happiest When: Working on the Sen¬ ior Play; Salient Characteristic: Co-operation; Activities: Dramatic Society; Christmas Play 2, 3; Senior Play 2, 3, 4; Audio-visual 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4. r I THOMAS MIKE CHARBONNEAU " Charb” General " What should men do but be merry?” Born: May 12, 1947; Ambition: To be a lawyer; Favorite Saying: " Bad”; Pet Peeve: People who laugh at my scooter; Suppressed Desire: To own a 1965 Austin Healey Sprite; Idol: Bob Mathias; Happiest When: With Kathy; Salient Characteristic: Beat-up scooter; Activities: Chess Club 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; " Spray” 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Monitor 2, 3, 4. ALFRED CHARTIER " Freddy” " Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow.” Born: October 30, 1947; Ambition: Make the most of life; Favorite Saying: " You can’t fight the Brass”; Pet Peeve: Republicans; Happiest When: I’m with my girl; Salient Characteristic: ' ”56 Chevy”; Activities: Audio-visual 3, 4. RENEE CHOUINARD Business " Gay and audacious, mischief glints in her eye.” Born: May 3, 1947; Ambition: To become a Registered Nurse; Favorite Saying: " Shu-wah”; Pet Peeve; Staying home; Suppressed Desire: To own a Starfire Converti¬ ble; Happiest When: With that special someon e; Salient Characteristic: Dangling earrings; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. DAVID CLUNIE " Dave” College " My interest is in the future, because I’m going to spend the rest of my life there.” Born: August 30, 1947; Ambition: To go on to col¬ lege and become an Engineer; Suppressed Desire: To beat T.S. on a French Test; Happiest When: Playing Golf; Salient Characteristic: Cue Stick; Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Dance Band 3. EILEEN COOPER " Eil” General " A friendly heart with many friends.” Born: May 15, 1947; Ambition: To enter Nursing School; Favorite Saying: " My gosh, you’re kidding?”; Pet Peeve: People who tell secrets and don’t tell me; Suppressed Desire: To outstare Mrs. Voss in study hall; Idol: Tom Terrific; Happiest When: Behind the wheel of my automobile; Salient Characteristic: Red Caravelle; Activities: Future Nurses 1, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Traffic Squad 2; Spanish Club 3, Secretary 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Student Government Day 3. College BRUCE P. CORDEIRO " A devil, but who can get mad at him ?” Born: July 27, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " How ' s it goin’? " ; Pet Peeve: Ford Motor Company; Suppressed Desire: To have a G.T.O. in my garage; Idol: President of Portugal; Happiest When: Working on the Chevy; Salient Characteristic: Continental; Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Audio-visual Club 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 3, 4; Key Club 4. LOUIS JOSEPH COSTA " Louie” General " A quiet man, a true friend.” Born: January 31, 1947; Ambition: To own a car; Favorite Saying: " Lay-off”; Pet Peeve: Friday nights; Suppressed Desire: To be rich; Idol: Rolling Stones; Happiest When: Driving a car; Salient Characteristic: Quietness; Activities: Track 1; Metal Club 4; Monitor 3, 4. WAYNE J. COSTA " Grin” College " Loyal, witty, and full of fun; he’s a friend to everyone.” Born: February 7, 1948; Ambition: To become an en¬ gineer; Favorite Saying: " It breaks me up!”; Pet Peeve: Missing a putt; Suppressed Desire: To write songs; Idol: John LoVetere; Happiest When: Winning a golf match; Salient Characteristic: Golf; Activities: Football 4; Golf 3, 4. SCOTT COSTAKES " Staber” General " A hand to execute any mischief.” Born: October 14, 1946; Ambition: To race in a Grand Prix; Favorite Saying: " What are you out?”; Pet Peeve: Short hair; Suppressed Desire: To pole vault 17 feet; Idol: Daniel Gurney; Happiest When: Cen¬ sored; Salient Characteristic: Hair; Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 2; Art Club 3. TOM CASTELLO " T.J.” College " Be silent and safe; silence never betrays you.” Born: February 28, 1947; Ambition: To be a teacher; Favorite Saying: " You can’t win them all!!”; Pet Peeve: Girls with long hair; Suppressed Desire: To be the leader of the Soviet Union; Happiest When: With a certain college Sophomore; Salient Characteristic: Smirk; Activities: Key Club 2; Audio-visual 2; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. 1 DAVID ANTHONY COUTO " Dave” Business " A light-hearted lad is good to know.” Born: May 19, 1947; Ambition: To be a Priest; Favor¬ ite Saying: " How’s it going?”; Pet Peeve: Going to bed early; Suppressed Desire: To step on a " Beatle”; Idol: Fr. Gabriel Healy S.S.C.C. and Brother David Nelson S.S.C.C.; Happiest W hen: Doing Nothing; Salient Characteristic: Crew cut; Activities: Spanish Club 1, 2; Business Club 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. HOWARD DOUGLAS CURRIN " Howie” General " For he is a jolly good fellow.” Born: March 27, 1947; Ambition: Own a speed shop; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: Little brother; Suppressed Desire: To race at the National drags; Idol: Don Gailets; Happiest When: Driving; Salient Characteristic: Panel truck. DAVID DAVIGNON " T.A.” College " He is a lover of fun.” Born: July 14, 1947; Ambition: College; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: Losing Ballgames; Suppressed Desire: To quarterback the New York Giants; Idol: Y. A. Tittle; Happiest When: Playing football; Salient Characteristic: Madras belt; Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Audio-visual 2; Golf 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. PHILIP J. DEBLOIS " Phil” College " I know I’m not handsome, but fifty thousand women can’t be wrong.” Born: November 5, 1947; Ambition: To go to North¬ eastern; Favorite Saying: " Don’t worry about it”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning, especially for school; Suppressed Desire: To retire as a millionaire and a bachelor at 21; Idol: The Beach Boys; Happiest When: Sleeping, eating or talking; Salient Character¬ istic: Sweatshirt; Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. BEVERLY H. DELLECESE " Bev” Business " A light heart and a cheery smile.” Born: March 19, 1947; Ambition: Executive Secre¬ tary; Favorite Saying: " Hey ah!!!!”; Pet Peeve: Snobby people; Suppressed Desire: To put elevators in F.H.S.; Idol: Yogi Bear; Happiest When: Working at the B.P.M.; Salient Characteristic: Happiness; Activities. Business Club 3,- Executive Board 4. CYNTHIA L. DESJEUNES " Cindie” College " Laughter and liveliness make life worthwhile.” Born: April, 21, 1947; Ambition: To be happy; Favor- it Saying: " You can’t imagine!!”; Pet Peeve: Claude!!; Suppressed Desire: To own a cabin in Maine; Happiest When: Everything’s O.K.; Salient Characteristic: Danc¬ ing; Activities: Future Nurses 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; Huttlestonian 4. STEPHEN DESROCHES " Bigey” College " All mankind loves a lover.” Born: March 27, 1947; Ambition: To be an English teacher; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: A guy that goes out with two girls at the same time; Suppressed Desire: To get an A on a Physics test; Idol: Mr. Novak; Happiest When: Asleep; Salient Characteristic: Girls; Activities: Track 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM CHARLES DUMAS " Toady” General " I like work; it fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours.” Born: November 5, 1947; Ambition: To be a barber, and give Julio Oliveria a shave; Favorite Saying: " Is that you Eddie?”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morn¬ ing; Suppressed Desire: To see the Red Sox win the Pennant; Idol: Spider; Happiest When: Playing Bas¬ ketball; Salient Characteristic: Scissors; Activities: Key Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. LINDA M. DUMOULIN " Dumie” College " Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality.” Born: July 12, 1947; Ambition: To be a Lab Tech¬ nician; Favorite Saying: " Hey, there!”; Pet Peeve: Bishop Stang High School; Suppressed Desire: To get an A on a composition for Mrs. Howland; Idol: J.F.K.; Happiest When: Not in school; Salient Characteristic: Sports; Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2. JOSEPH DWELLY " Joe” Business " The wisest man could ask no more of fate than to be simple, modest and true.” Born: October 12, 1947; Ambition: To be a great lead guitarist; Favorite Saying: " You look funny, Sonny " ; Pet Peeve: Cracked Beatle records; Suppressed Desire: Water ski across the English Channel; Idol: Chet Atkins; Happiest When: Singing for The Scepters; Salient Characteristic: Guitar; Activities: Football 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Key Club 4. 1 General WALTON K. ELLIS " Wally” General " A modest man who says but little.” Born: May 5, 1946; Ambition: To be a pilot; Favorite Saying: ' Don ' t sweat the small stuff”; Pet Peeve: Homework; Suppressed Desire: To drop an H-bomb on the Kremlin; Happiest When: Hunting; Salient Characteristic: Silence. STEPHEN J. ENTIN " Steve” College " A man of infinite—resource and sagacity.” Born: March 11, 1948; Ambition: To be an Ambassa¬ dor; Favorite Saying: " Hang on for a few years and they’ll find a cure”; Pet Peeve: Having " Spray”, Hut- tlestonian, and class officers’ meeting on the same day; Suppressed Desire: To leave all my books in school just once; Idol: Sir Winston Churchill; Happiest When: Reading a good book; Salient Characteristic: Sense of humor; Activities: French Club Vice-president 3, President 2, 4; " Spray” 2, 3, Editor-in-chief 4; Class treasurer 1, Class president 2; Class executive board 4; Junior Prom Committee 3, Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; American Field Service 4; Huttlestonian 4. BETTE LOU EVERETT " Bette” College " Serious but not sober, quiet but not idle.” Born: December 17, 1947; Ambition: To graduate from college; Favorite Saying: " O Joy, O rapture unfore¬ seen!”; Pet Peeve: Math tests and English themes; Suppressed Desire: To succeed in something; Idol: Johnny Quest; Happiest When: Out with the crowd; Salient Characteristic: Blinking eyes; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2; " Spray” 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Honor Society 3, 4, Sec¬ retary 4; Dramatic Society 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Enrichment Program 2, 3; American Field Service Club; Huttlestonian 4. ALAN EWING College " The quiet mind is richer than a crown.” Born: May 21, 1947; Ambition: To be an airplane pilot; Favorite Saying: " Are you kidding me?”; Sup¬ pressed Desire: Own a motorbike; Happiest When: When working on one of my various hobbies; Salient Characteristic: Day-dreaming; Activities: Track 1, 2. EDWIN FARIA " Ted” Business " Teachers and classrooms are his only objections to education.” Born: September 24, 1947; Ambition: To fly a plane; Favorite Saying: " Get out of there!”; Suppressed De¬ sire: To own a Corvette; Happiest When: Not in school; Salient Characteristic: Black Chevy. Business JOYCE FERNANDES " Joysie” " A quiet exterior conceals much.” Born: May 4, 1947; Ambition: To be a private secre¬ tary; Favorite Saying: " Oh, Brother”; Pet Peeve: Fighting with my brother; Suppressed Desire: To gradu¬ ate with all A’s; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: The 2:05 bell rings to go home; Salient Characteristic: Smile; Activities: Business Club 3, 4. SHERILL FERREIRA " Sherrie” Business " Such a whirlpool of fun and mischief in her head.” Born: August 14, 1946; Ambition: Undecided; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Oh! Nuts”; Pet Peeve: Homework; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To get out of school; Idol: Lurch; Happiest When: With Jeff Hotte; Salient Character¬ istic: Big eyes; Activities: Business Club 4; Hutlleslon- ian 4. RAYMOND FONSECA " Ray” College " Responsibility walks hand in hand with capacity and power.” Born: February 17, 1948; Ambition: Psychiatrist; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: English; Suppressed Desire: To get a Varsity letter; Idol: Cas¬ sius Clay; Happiest When: Playing Ping pong; Salient Characteristic: Ambition; Activities: Football 1; Track 1; Student Council 1, 2, Vice-president 3; president 4; " Spray” 4; Class Executive board 1, President 3, 4; Vice-president 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. DAVID FRATES " Dave” General " I am escaped with the skin of my teeth.” Born: January 20, 1947; Ambition: Undecided; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Don’t crowd me”; Pet Peeve: School; Suppressed Desire: To get out of school; Happiest When: With Lynda; Salient Characteristic: His coupe. JUDITH EURTADO " Judy” College " If music be the food of love, play on.” Born: December 6, 1947; Ambition: To be a profes¬ sional musician; Pet Peeve: Someone’s calling an orchestra a band; Suppressed Desire: To go to Lowell State College; Idol: Jackie Kennedy; Happiest When: Playing in an orchestra; Salient Characteristic: Cello; Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Southeastern District Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; All State Concert 3, 4. r CAROL ANN GALLAGHER College " A happy smile goes a long, long way.” Born: April 28, 1947; Ambition: To be a Medical Technician; Favorite Saying: " I ' m hungry”; Pet Peeve: Glasses; Suppressed Desire: To see the Red Sox win the World Series; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: With my friends; Salient Characteristic: Kind¬ ness; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Future Nurses 2, 4; Vice-president 4; French Club 2, 3; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Huttlestonian 4. WAYNE GALLANT College " Life is so short and so am I.” Born: November 25, 1947; Ambition: To graduate from college; Favorite Saying: " What a honey”; Pet Peeve: Being short; Suppressed Desire: To be Tall; Idol: Dave Clark Five; Happiest When: Playing pool; Salient Characteristic: Size; Activities: Track 3, 4. MICHAEL ROBERT GARCIA " Gunther” College " Three days of the week I don’t worry, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.” Born: July 4, 1947; Ambition: To become a profession¬ al forester; Favorite Saying: " Cardoza, let me borrow a dime!”; Pet Peeve: The Golden Greek; Suppressed Desire: To hold a Portuguese Feast in Mechanical Drawing fourth period; Idol: " Bud Weiser”; Happiest When: Out; or playing cards; Salient Characteristic: Cutlass; Activities: Audio-visual 1, 2, 3; Football 3; Traffic Squad 4; Key Club 4. JOHN PIERRE GERMAN College " He’s such a good fellow, we wish he were twins.” Born: June 3, 1947; Ambition: Major in French; Favorite Saying: " Aw, come on”; Pet Peeve: The quarter of a cherry on the cafeteria desserts; Suppressed Desire: To have the F.H.S. Band keep their lines straight; Idol: Ralph Waldo Emerson; Happiest When: Fighting off attacking anti-De Gaulists; Activities: Track 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Dance Band 4; " Spray” 4. FRANK P. GERMANO " Stretch” General " His talents are the silent kind.” Born: September 14, 1947; Ambition: Marine Biologist; Favorite Saying: “Pm hungry; Pet Peeve: School lunches; Suppressed Desire: Beat Durfee at football; Idol: Jimmy Brown; Happiest When: Playing foot¬ ball; Salient Characteristic: Seriousness; Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play 2, 3; Senior Play 2, 3- LYNELL ANN GIFFORD " Lynn” College " Her smile is but a part of her quiet charm.” Born: January 16, 1948; Ambition: To become a sec¬ retary; Favorite Saying: " I don’t know”; Pet Peeve: Lockers that won’t open; Suppressed Desire: To under¬ stand Math; Idol: Einstein; Happiest When: Attending L.R.Y. youth group meetings; Salient Characteristic: Knee socks; Activities: Library Club 1, 2; Library Assist¬ ant 1, 2; Debating Team 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; " Spray” 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drivers’ Education 3; Junior Prom Committee 3. VIRGINIA RUTH GILLEY " Ginny” Business " Never a trouble, never a frown—only a smile for everyone.” Born: March 22, 1947; Ambition: To be a Psychologist; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: To live in Maine; Idol: Joan Sutherland; Happiest When: Dream¬ ing of being in Maine; Salient Characteristic: Library; Activities: Library Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Business Club 3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; " Spray” 3, 4; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Huttlestonian 4. ARTHUR GOVONI JR. " Gov” " Hang sorrow, care will kill a cat And therefore let’s be merry.” Born: March 17, 1947; Ambition: Undecided; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Say Snapper.”; Pet Peeve: Baggies; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To come to class prepared; Idol: " Dutch” Schultz; Happiest When: It’s 2:05; Salient Characteristic: One-eyebrow; Activities: Traffic Squad 3; Metal Club 4. DONNA SUSAN GRAY College " Of spirit so still and quiet.” Born: March 20, 1947; Ambition: To be a Registered Nurse; Favorite Saying: " You’re kidding?”; Pet Peeve: Boys with girl’s haircuts; Suppressed Desire: To visit Hawaii; Idol: Anyone who is successful; Happiest When: I am at the beach; Salient Characteristic: Blue eyes; Activities: Homemaking Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. ROBERT CHARLES GRINDROD College " He was one to speak plain and to the purpose.” Born: February 23, 1948; Ambition: To teach History at F.H.S.; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: The notes Mrs. Howland writes in study hall; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To own the New York Yankees; Idol: John D. Rockefeller; Happiest When: Watching a foot¬ ball game Fairhaven is winning; Salient Characteristic: Leanness; Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 4. FRANK GWOZDZ JR. Business " I’m not lazy, I’m just saving my energy.” Born: September 19, 1946; Ambition: To take life easy; Favorite Saying: " Ask me if I care”; Pet Peeve: Fords; Suppressed Desire: To become rich; Idol: Roll¬ ing Stones; Happiest When: Out; Salient Characteristic: Curly hair; Activities: Football 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4. POLLY ANN HARRISON " Polly” Business " Though somewhat tardy, I perchance arrive.” Born: November 10, 1947; Ambition: To graduate from college; Favorite Saying: " What a riot!”; Pet Peeve: A and W; Suppressed Desire: To see the F.H.S. football team beat Durfee 58-0; Idol: Brian Wilson; Happiest When: On time!; Salient Character¬ istic: Moodiness; Activities: Pep Squad 2; Future Teach¬ ers 2; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Court 3; Class Executive Board 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; " Spray” 3, 4; Girls’ Club 2, 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. MARY ANNIS HEBERT " Mare” General " In each cheek appears a pretty dimple.” Born: January 22, 1948; Ambition: Undecided; Favorite Saying: " Cool or what!?”; Pet Peeve: People who think I bleach my hair; Suppressed Desire: Tq own my own gas station; Idol: Allison McKenzy; Happiest When: Having fun; Salient Characteristic: Dimples; Activities: Future Nurses 1; Homemaking Club 2; Homemaking Club II 4; Bowling Club 4. JOYCE RHONDA HOLDEN College " The most eloquent lines are neither written nor spoken—they’re worn.” Born: November 8, 1946; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " You?—Me!!!!”; Pet Peeve: The policeman on the beat in the center of Fairhaven; Suppressed Desire: To be an honorary Key Club mem¬ ber; Idol: " Fred Narragansette”; Happiest When: I have three dates all for the same night; Salient Charac¬ teristic: New clothes; Activities: Pep Squad 1, Future Teachers 1, 2, President 3, 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 2; " Spray” 4; Class Executive Board 1, 2; Student Council 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Court 3; Softball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Office worker 4; Huttlestonian 4. HELEN HOWARD Business " A girl of hope and forward-looking mind.” Born: April 18, 1947; Ambition: To be a newspaper reporter; Favorite Saying: " No never!!! ; Pet Peeve: Hypocrites and unhappy people; Suppressed Desire: To beat Carolyn and Luigi to lunch; Idol: All happy, working, striving people; Happiest When: Doing some¬ thing new and on the move; Salient Characteristic: Generosity; Activities: Art Club 1; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Future teachers 3, 4; Business Club 3; " Spray” 3; Huttlestonian 4. RONALD HOWLAND " Ronnie” College " His ability and ambition make him a friend to all” Born: September 29, 1947; Ambition: To become an engineer; Favorite Saying: ' ' C’est la vie”; Pet Peeve: F.M.C.; Suppressed Desire: To own a 2 plus 2 with three 2’s on a 421; Idol: Roy Orbison; Happiest When: Asleep; Salient Characteristic: Motor scooter; Activities: Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. ROBERT JOSEPH HOYLE " Bob” General " I came to school to get a general idea of things.” Born: December 10, 1947; Ambition: To be a photog¬ rapher; Favorite Saying: " Check it out”; Pet Peeve: Women drivers and Shakespeare; Idol: Don Carter; Happiest When: Second period English bell rings to end class; Salient Characteristic: Black-rim glasses; Activities: Au dio-visual Club 4; Bowling Team 4. WALTER JACHNA JR. " Waldyslaw” College " Such pep and wit we’ve never seen.” Born: June 3, 1946; Ambition: To be a Field Marshall in the Polish Army; Favorite Saying: " Is a moment of pleasure worth the price of a long regret?”; Pet Peeve: Why we can’t have an old fashioned Polish wedding in Mr. Trainor’s 6th period Non-European Civilization Class; Suppressed Desire: To lead the Polish Army in conquest of the world; Idol: The Devil; Happiest When: When I’m alone with that certain someone; Salient Characteristic: Extremism; Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, Vice-president 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Blue Devil 3, 4; Key Club 4. ROBERT FRANCIS JONES " Jonesy” Business " Everything that’s fun, that’s for me.” Born: October 23, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " Yea”; Pet Peeve: Censored; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To be the first man on the moon; Idol: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe; Happiest When: Hollering at people; Salient Characteristic: Black Re¬ nault; Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3; Business Club 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Key Club 4. DENNIS BRIAN KENT " Denny” Business " The best of the sport is to do the deed and say nothing.” Born: March 17, 1947; Ambition: To become a Certi- field Public Accountant; Favorite Saying: " Blast-it- all”; Pet Peeve: Austin-Healey sports cars; Suppressed Desire: To own a Jaguar X.K.E.; Idol: Drummer, Joe Morelia; Happiest When: Riding in my TR-3 sports car; Salient Characteristic: Sports car; Activities: Dance Band 1, Marching Band 1; Orchestra 1; Busi¬ ness Club 1; Huttlestonian 4. MICHIKO KIJIMA " Mickie” College ‘ ' Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.” Born: June 18, 1946; Ambition: Interpreter; Favorite Saying: " Oh, yah”; Pet Peeve: People who won’t be¬ lieve I am eighteen; Suppressed Desire: To be able to speak English well; Happiest When: I talk with my friends; Salient Characteristic: Sweetness; Activities: American Field Service Representative from Japan 4; Vocalaires 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Future Teachers’ Club 4; Student Council 4. ANDREA JOAN KLUBOWICZ " Angel” Business " What shall we say of you? Words fail us.” Born: July 7, 1946; Ambition: To get married and have six kids; Favorite Saying: " Sh!!”; Pet Peeve: Our football team; Suppressed Desire: tell half the kids in school off; Idol: J.F.K.; Happiest When: With Bill; Salient Characteristic: Glasses; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Business Club 2, 3; Math 1, 3. KATHRYN JANE KOCZWARA " Kathy” Business " A laugh a day keeps dismay away.” Born: April 23, 1947; Ambition: To be a secretary; Favorite Saying: " What a nice?!?”; Pet Peeve: Waking up at 7:35 on Monday morning; Happiest When: With a special someone—??!!”; Salient Characteristic: Brown’s; Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-president 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; " Spray” 4; Traffic Squad 3; Junior prom Committee 3; Huttlestonian 4. LINDA KROGH “Lynn” Business “There’s mischief in her eye.” Born: December 1, 1947; Ambition: To marry Phil Fisher or George Harrison; Favorite Saying: " Get out of my life”; Pet Peeve: Phil coming over when I’m not ready; Suppressed Desire: Run away to England and date George Harrison; Idol: Dusty Springfield; Happiest When: I’m out with Phil or listening to the Beatles; Salient Characteristic: Eye make-up; Activities: Business Club 3; Homemaking Club 4. CAROL LAMB “Sonny” Business “Never a dull moment.” Born: November 9, 1947; Ambition: To be a Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Thank you, Sonny”; Pet Peeve: Baby¬ sitting on Saturday nights; Suppressed Desire: To live in Hampton Beach, N.H.; Idol: Hot Rod Granny; Hap¬ piest When: Riding around in my father’s DeSoto; Salient Characteristic: Deviltry; Activities: Business 4. PAUL LAMOUREUX College " All quiet persons are welcome everywhere.” Born: June 11, 1947; Ambition: To be an accountant; Favorite Saying: " What a revolting development that is.’’; Happiest When: Listening to sports; Salient Characteristic: Roving eye; Activities: French Club 3, 4. NORMA JEAN LANGEVIN " Norman” Business " Happy and sincere, and to many friends she is most dear.” Born: January 28, 1948; Ambition: Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Oh no”; Pet Peeve: Boys that go out with older girls; Suppressed Desire: To put elevators in F.H.S.; Idol: Bozo; Happiest When: Down the Cape; Salient Characteristic: Friendliness; Activities: Business Club 3, 4, Vice-president 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; secretary 4; French Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Traffic Squad 4; Huttlestonian 4. CLAUDETTE LARIVIERE " Claud” General " To be merry best becomes you.” Born: October 6, 1947; Ambition: To be a Home¬ maker; Favorite Saying: " Right??; Pet Peeve: Clothes that don’t match; Suppressed Desire: To steal Miss Campbell’s Thunderbird; Happiest When: With Bruce; Salient Characteristic: Vivacity; Activities: Future Nurses 1; Homemaking Club 4, President 4; Bowling League 4; Pep Squad 1. ROGER WILLIAM LARIVIERE " He lived at ease.” " Rog” General Born: May 10, 1947; Ambition: " Chef”; Favorite Saying: " Fruit of the Loom”; Pet Peeve: " Bald headed grill man”; Suppressed Desire: To be a playboy; Idol: Canon Street Park Boys; Happiest When: Out of work; Salient Characteristic: Henry’s; Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. KATHLEEN FRANCES LARKIN " Kitty” Business " Serious for a moment—laughter for a month.” Born: March 5, 1948; Ambition: Hairdresser; Favorite Saying: " I don’t believe you”; Pet Peeve: Rich people; Suppressed Desire: To chew bubble gum in Mrs. Robinson’s class and not get caught; Happiest When: Bobby’s not mad at me; Salient Characteristic: Black hair; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Future Teachers 2; Business Club 3; Future Nurses 3, 4; French Club 2. LOUISE LAUBE " Luigi, Louie” Business " Chatter, chatter as I go.” Born: February 22, 1948; Ambition: To be a foreign missionary; Favorite Saying: " You know,” " Oh great”; Pet Peeve: Sarcastic people like:-; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To be the first to second lunch with Helen and Carolyn; Happiest When: With people who make me happy; Salient Characteristic: Talking. Activities: Huttlestonian 4. JOAN MARIE LAVERDIERE " Joanie” College " ’Tis good nature that wins the heart.” Bom: October 24, 1947; Ambition: To be an elemen¬ tary school teacher; Favorite Saying: " I’m embarrassed’; Pet Peeve: Naturally curly hair; Suppressed Desire: To play for the Atlantic Ten Pin’s baseball team; Happiest When: I’m riding by North Fairhaven?; Salient Characteristic: Congeniality; Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Executive Board 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Vocalaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Court 3; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4; Huttlestonian 4. REGINALD JAMES LEE " Gorilla” College " Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what you’ve been up to.” Bom: Aril 26, 1947; Ambition: To graduate from college and be successful in life; Favorite Saying: " I don’t understand?”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: To have a demolition derby in Room 7; Idol: Bridgit Bardot; Happiest When: When a Ford cranks through the 4 mile in 23.6; Salient Characteristic: Wise remarks; Activities: Track 2; French Club 3; Metalworking Club 4; Key Club 4; Winter Track 4. TERRY R. LETTON " Rib” College " Yes, en’ no an mebbee en’ mebbee not?” Born: November 6, 1947; Ambition: To design auto¬ mobiles; Pet Peeve: Chevy owners; Suppressed Desire: To race; Idol: Fred Lorenzen; Happiest When: Reading; Salient Characteristic: Stride; Activities: Library Club 2 . KATHLEEN LEWIS " Kathy” Business " Sweetness and goodness best describe her.” Born: November 25, 1947; Ambition: To be a legal secretary; Favorite Saying: " I doubt it.”; Pet Peeve: Snobby people; Suppressed Desire: To get a good job; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: With my friends; Salient Characteristic: Worrying; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; " Spray” 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4; Huttlestonian 4. LESLIE CHERYL LITCHFIELD " Les” College " Light of heart and step was she.” Born: April 23, 1947; Ambition: To be a nurse; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Are you serious?”; Pet Peeve: Naturally curly hair; Suppressed Desire: To be 5 feet tall; Idol: Cyrano de Bergerac; Happiest When: With friends; Salient Characteristic: Amiability; Activities: A.F.S. Committee 1, 4; French Club 2, Future Nurses 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. DANA LIVESEY " Dante” General " Why take life seriously? You’ll never get out of it alive.” Born: March 1, 1948; Ambition: Chemist; Favorite Saying: " Be kind to your buyer”; Pet Peeve: Insane rules; Suppressed Desire: Beautiful girls, money, fame; Idol: A beautiful, famous millionaire; Happiest When: With the female sex; Salient Characteristic: Pranks. WAYNE GARY LODGE College " His limbs were cast in manly mold for hardy sports and contests bold.” Born: October 28, 1947; Ambition: Air Force Academy; Favorite Saying: " Smock! Smock!”; Pet Peeve: Losing football team; Suppressed Desire: Bat boy for the New York Mets; Idol: Gomer Pyle; Happiest When: Rest¬ ing; Salient Characteristic: Versatility; Activities: Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-president 3, President 4; Class Executive Board 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-president 3; Massachusetts Bay State Representative 3; " Spray”; Student Govern¬ ment Day 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Huttleston¬ ian 4, Sports Editor. DANIEL LOGAN " Danny” College " I’ve taken my fun where I’ve found it.” Born: January 7, 1948; Ambition: To become an ac¬ countant; Favorite Saying: " Check it out!”; Pet Peeve: People who don’t like Stingrays; Suppressed Desire: To ban poetry memorization; Idol: Napoleon Solo; Hap¬ piest When: Cashing a pay check; Salient Characteristic: Fun-loving; Activities: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Key Club 4; Tennis 2, 3; " Spray” 4; Christmas Play 3. ELAINE LOUISE LONG College " A happy disposition is the gift of nature.” Born: June 19, 1947; Ambition: Physical Therapist; Favorite Saying: " Hi, Charlie”; Pet Peeve: Monday mornings; Suppressed Desire: To own a castle; Happiest When: Out with friends; Salient Character¬ istic: Sincerity; Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; treasurer 4; Vocalaires 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Girls Glee Club 1; Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1; Huttlestonian 4. Business RUSSELL MACEDO " Russ” " A silent, shy, peaceloving man.” Born: October 15, 1947; Ambition: Disc Jockey; Favor¬ ite Saying: " I don’t know”?; Pet Peeve: Tuning my guitar; Idol: Johnny Rivers; Happiest When: Waking up Saturday morning and realizing there’s no school; Salient Characteristic: Curly hair; Activities: Baseball 3 , 4 . SANDRA ANN McCOMBE " Sandy” Business " Some folks are too much with us; some not enough.” Born: July 21, 1946; Ambition: To be a legal secre¬ tary; Favorite Saying: " Is that right?”; Pet Peeve: Underclassmen cutting in lunch line; Suppressed De¬ sire: Slide down the banisters; Happiest When: When pleasing two special people; Salient Characteristic: Consideration; Activities: Volleyball 1; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2; Business Club 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. SUSAN MACOMBER " Sue” Business " In school she’s quite demure; but outside we’re not so sure.” Born: May 11, 1947; Amibtion: Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Do you have to!!?”; Pet Peeve: Staying in the house; Suppressed Desire: To leave Fairhaven; Idol: " Hot Rod Granny”; Happiest When: I have money; Salient Characteristic: Freckles; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Monitor 4; Girls’ Club 2. JUDITH MADEIRA " Judy” College " If silence is golden, then I’m rich.” Born: July 25, 1947; Ambition: To be kindergarten teacher; Favorite Saying: " You drive me insane”; Pet Peeve: Being called Judith; Suppressed Desire: To have blue eyes; Happiest When: With?; Salient Character¬ istic: Soft voice; Activities: ' Homemaking Club 2; Future Teachers’ Club 4. DONALD LEO MANNY " Don” College " A blush is handsome, but sometimes incon¬ venient.” Born: May 21, 1947; Ambition: To become a physical education teacher; Favorite Saying: " Is that funny, or what?”; Pet Peeve: Untuned guitars; Suppressed Desire: To play for the Boston Celtics; Idol: Zelmo Beatty; Happiest When: Sleeping in study hall; Salient Charac¬ teristic: Blush; Activities: French Club 2; Track 2, 3; Audio-visual Club 3, 4; Traffic Squad 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Key Club 4. DENNIS MAROTTE " Den” College " Study is a dreary thing so why should I do it?” Born: March 11, 1947; Ambition: Pilot; Favorite Saying: " I don’t know”; Pet Peeve: Homework; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To own a Dragster; Idol: Mickey Tompson; Happiest When: Working on my car; Salient Characteristic: Glasses. JOHN MARSDEN " Spider” College " A wonderful fitness of body and mind.” Born: December 18, 1947; Ambition: To be a Physical Education Teacher; Favorite Saying: " Is that you, Ed¬ die?”; Pet Peeve: Losing; Suppressed Desire: To teach a girls Phys. Ed Class; Idol: Toad; Happiest When: With a basketball; Salient Characteristic: 382 North St.; Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. CLAIRE MARX " Rusty” Business " She has friends—ah, yes, a pile and for all she has a smile.” Born: September 22, 1947; Ambition: To be a nurse; Favorite Saying: " You’ve got some nerve!”; Pet Peeve: Conceited boys; Suppressed Desire: To operate on my best friend’s mouth; Idol: Yogi Bear; Happiest When: Eating a dill pickle; Salient Characteristic: Red hair; Activities: Business Club 3; Future Nurses’ Club 2, 4; Majorette 4; French Club 2; Girls’ Club 1; Huttleston- ian 4. SHARON MATLAND College " A personality well blended with shades of seri¬ ousness and humor.” Born: December 8, 1947; Ambition: To be a nurse; Favorite Saying: " Oh come now”; Pet Peeve: Monday mornings; Suppressed Desire: To set the hands of the clock in the tower; Happiest When: Out with friends; Salient Characteristic: Hearty laugh; Activities: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Softball 2; Future Nurses 2, President 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Court 3. PATRICIA LOUISE MAWN " Pat” College " A penny for your thoughts.” Born: September 12, 1947; Ambition: To be a History teacher; Favorite Saying: " Oh that’s just great!”; Pet Peeve: Bad drivers; Suppressed Desire: To join the Peace Corps; Happiest When: When I am doing some¬ thing I enjoy; Salient Characteristic: Clarinet; Activities: Student Government Day 1; Future Teacher’s 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Auditions Festival 1, 3, 4. DOLORES MAYO " Dolly” Business " That happy go-steady look.” Born: May 8, 1947; Ambition: To be a secretary; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Hold your horses!”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: Week—!”; Happiest When: With Danny; Salient Characteristic: Eyes; Activities: Basket¬ ball 1; Business Club 3, 4, Secretary; Office 3, 4; Monitor; Huttlestonian 4; Assistant Editor. EMILY RUTH McFARLAND " Em” General " Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life.” Born: January 25, 1947; Ambition: Hospital work; Favorite Saying: " Can’t it wait?’’; Pet Peeve: Unhappy people and homework; Suppressed Desire: To be a lady wrestler; Idol: Connie Stevens; Happiest When: Think¬ ing about Forrest; Salient Characteristic: Drawl; Activi¬ ties: Art Club 3; Homemaking Club 4; Junior Achieve¬ ment 4; " Spray " 3, 4. ELAINE D. McLEOD " Ellie” Business " Here, there, everywhere.” Born: January 8, 1948; Ambition: Law stenographer; Favorite Saying: " Oh! My heart " ; Pet Peeve: Boys with short haircuts who hate the Beatles; Suppressed Desire: To be able to ride in Jackie’s car without fall¬ ing out; Idol: The Beatles, who else??; Happiest When: Among friends who don’t care if I giggle!!”; Salient Characteristic: Jackie’s car; Activities: Homemaking Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4. MILTON CLEMENT MEDEIROS " Milt” Business " A friendly little headache.” Born: July 18, 1947; Favorite Saying: Cur and Dingo; Pet Peeve: People who think they really know it all, but actually they don’t.”; Suppressed Desire: To beat Michael Smith in golf; Idols: Mr. Kummer and Mr. Albritton; Happiest When: Around people I like; Salient Characteristic: Mischievousness; Activities: Base¬ ball Manager 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; Audio-visual 1, 2; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Library Assistant 3; Football 3; Huttlestonian 4. LINDA IRENE MEJLANDER College " For she would chat the pleasing hours away.” Born: August 8, 1947; Ambition: Teaching; Favorite Saying: " For Pete’s sake.”; Pel Peeve: Math tests; Suppressed Desire: To join the Peace Corps; Idol: J. F. Kennedy; Happiest When: Looking at T.V.; Salient Characteristic: Chatter; Activities: Art Club 3; Library Club 3; Future Teachers 4; French Club 4; Cafeteria Worker 1. DENNIS C. MELLO " Denny " General " Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we go to school.” Born: November 27, 1947; Ambition: To be a drafts¬ man; Favorite Saying: " Honk”; Pet Peeve: When Bob Jones says he’s through with Sandra; Suppressed Desire: To be a bachelor and travel around the world; Idol: The Rolling Stones; Happiest When: Being chased by the cops down the center; Salient Characteristic: Care¬ free; Activities: Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Key Club 4. GEORGE MELLO " Hammy” Business " If play interferes with work, drop work.” Born: April 3, 1947; Ambition: Baseball player with the Giants; Favorite Saying: " What can I say?”; Pet Peeve: Having one arm and teachers who brag about old days; Suppressed Desire: To run to the Moon and back; Idol: Jimmy Brown; Happiest When: Playing baseball or not injured; Salient Characteristic: Shy smile; Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Model CJub 3. SANDRA MENDES " Sandi” General " There is no variable thing in nature as a wom¬ an’s head-dress.” Born: February 1, 1948; Ambition: Hairdresser; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Don’t tease”; Pet Peeve: Guys who drag me and win; Suppressed Desire: To give Mr. Bither an aftersession; Idol: " The Pirates”; Happiest When: Fm driving fast; Salient Characteristic: Bleached hair. STEPHEN H. MESSIER " Mess” College " He has his own ideas about everything.” Born: April 9, 1947; Ambition: To be a scratch on a Rolls-Royce door knob; Favorite Saying: " You bet your sweet !!”; Pet Peeve: People who conform to non¬ conformity; Suppressed Desire: To open a package store in the Huttlestonian Room; Idol: Holden Caul¬ field; Happiest When: Arguing and reading J. D. Salinger; Salient Characteristic: Non-conformity; Activi¬ ties: Class secretary 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, Al¬ ternate 3, 4; Future Teachers 1, 2, treasurer 2; Tennis 1; Student Government Day 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, Key Club 4; Choral Music 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Hut¬ tlestonian 1 , 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; Honor Society 4. PAUL MICHAEL MIETUS General " He is wise who talks little.” Born: June 25, 1947; Ambition: To become a success; Favorite Saying: " I don’t know”; Suppressed Desire: To travel; Happiest When: When I am out with the boys; Salient Characteristic: Cars; Activities: Chess Club 3; Tennis Team 2. SHARON ANN MILLER General " A redhead with a spirit instead of a temper.” Born: September 9, 1947; Ambition: To make P. S. happy and to drive a chug-a-lug; Favorite Saying: " You dumb bunny”; Pet Peeve: Homework and a teacher who won’t let me talk in class; Suppressed Desire: To be stranded on a desert island with you know who?; Idol: Lurch; Happiest When: With you know who!; Salient Characteristic: Red hair. STEWART MILLS " Stew” Business " Always with an eye for fun.” Born: April 4, 1947; Ambition: To be employed on the June Bug; Favorite Saying: " I’ll break your back”; Pet Peeve: Homework you have to take home; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To catch a 73V2 lb. Striper; Idol: Four Seasons; Happiest When: Fishing; Salient Characterist¬ ic: Sports. STEPHEN A. MONETTE " Steve” General " He knows what is what.” Born: February 9, 1947; Ambition: To get out of school and make loads of money; Favorite Saying: " Hey, get out of there”; Suppressed Desire: To drive an unlimited hyd roplane and win the Gold Cup; Idol: Myself; Happiest When: Being seen with Betty; Salient Characteristic: Arguments; Activities: Football 2; Track 1; Audio-visual Club 1, 2, 3, Art Metal Club 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight Lifting Club 2. BARRY MONTE General ' Who does not like wine, women and song, remains a fool his whole life long.” Born: March 19, 1946; Ambition: To get out of school; Favorite Saying: " How ya hitten them?”; Pet Peeve: Cycles; Suppressed Desire: To own a " hotty”; Idol: Alfred E. Newman; Happiest When: Taking vacations from school; Salient Characteristic: Tough Chevy. MINA JEAN MORGAN " Major” College " Bashful though she is, to know her is to like her.” Born: February 24, 1947; Ambition: To be five feet two; Favorite Saying: " Chow”; Pet Peeve: Three brothers; Suppressed Desire: To get into a football hud¬ dle; Idol: Mike Fitzgerald; Happiest When: Listening to music; Salient Characteristic: Politeness; Activities: Business Club 3. Picture Not Available ROBERT SCOTT MORRIS " Scott” College " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men.” Born: March 8, 1947; Ambition: To be great; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Honk”; Pet Peeve: Room 10; Suppressed Desire: To rule the world; Idol: The Rolling Stones; Happiest When: Sleeping; Salient Characteristic: Neat¬ ness; Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. NANCY L. NETINHO " Nanc” Business " Happy-go-lucky, and care-free.” Born: November 24, 1947; Ambition: To be a success in the field of business; Favorite Saying: " Are you kidding me?”; Pet Peeve: People who have their license, but still can’t drivel”; Suppressed Desire: To travel cross country in my new Impala; Idol: Bullwinkle; Happiest When: Driving my Chevy; Salient Character¬ istic: Giggling; Activities: Business Club 4; Home¬ coming Club 4; Huttlestonian 4. ROSALIE NICOLACI " Rose” College " Thoughtful, sincere, and true is she, With her sweet, serious dignity.” Born: December 23, 1947; Ambition: To major in Bi¬ ology; Favorite Saying: " Really!!!”; Pet Peeve: Cafe¬ teria privileges; Suppressed Desire: To see F.H.S. make a touchdown against Durfee; Happiest When: " Some¬ one” didn’t transfer to Ohio; Salient Characteristic: Poise; Activities: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; " Spray” 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Huttlestonian 4. MICHAEL ANNE NOWELL " Mike” Business " Generally speaking, she’s generally speaking.” Born: October 5, 1947; Ambition: To stay alive; Fav or¬ ite Saying: " Is that a fact!”; Pet Peeve: Mustangs; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To show up the alley boys with my ' 57 Olds; Happiest When: I’m with Bobby; Salient Characteristic: Chatter; Activities: Girls’ Club 1; Busi¬ ness Club 3, 4; Music Club 4; Future Nurses Club 2. JULIO OLIVEIRA " Hooty” Business " His right eye was a good little eye, but his left eye loved to roam.” Born: Demember 10, 1944; Ambition: To be a barber; Favorite Saying: " Is that right??; Pet Peeve: People with ‘long hair; Suppressed Desire: To give Billy Dumas a trim; Idol: Yul Brynner; Happiest When: In a room full of girls; Salient Characteristic: Suaveness; Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Business Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Audio-visual 1, 2; Bowl¬ ing 1, 2; Key Club 4; Huttlestonian 4. JANET ELIZABETH PACHECO " Jan” College " Her activities are diversified, in all of them she may take pride.” Born: September 10, 1947; Ambition: To become a teacher; Favorite Saying: ' ' Good grief.”; Pet Peeve: Hypocrites; Suppressed Desire: To beat Bob Cousy in a game of eggs; Idol: Lloyd Thaxton; Happiest When: Traveling; Salient Characteristic: Quick wit; Activities: Student Council 1, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- president 4; Class Executive Board 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Vocalaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Huttlestonian 4. PATRICIA A. PACHECO " Trish” Business " Here’s a smiling and jolly girl; luck be with her.” Born: June 21, 1947; Ambition: Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Personally!”; Pet Peeve: Snobby people; Suppressed Desire: To wash the ceiling in room 7 with a tooth brush; Idol: Lurch; Happiest When: That certain Coasty comes home on leave; Salient Character¬ istic: Giddiness; Activities: Basketball 3; Future Teach¬ ers 3; Business Club 4; Traffic Squad 3, 4. FREDERICK JOSEPH PAINE " Fred” College " A gentleman makes no noise.” Born: September 6, 1947; Ambition: College; Favorite Saying: " That ain’t bad!”; Pet Peeve: Homework; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To broadcast a Red Sox game; Idol: Bill Russell; Happiest When: I’m driving; Salient Character¬ istic: Saddle-shoes; Activities: Track 2; Spanish Club 3. DENNIS P. PAQUETTE " Denny” College " Happy men shall have many friends.” Born: August 29, 1947; Ambition: To be a teacher; Favorite Saying: " C ' mon Ah!!”; Pet Peeve: Yankee fans; Suppressed Desire: To play for the Red Sox; Idol: John F. Kennedy; Happiest When: I’ve got money; Salient Characteristic: Lackadaisical; Activities: Football 2, 4; Track 2; Bowling 3, 4. STEVE PALLATRONI " Peppi” General " He who invented work should have finished it.” Born: September 24, 1947; Ambition: To be a com¬ mercial artist; Pet Peeve: Conceited and cocky people; Suppressed Desire: To be a millionaire; Idol: Willie Mays and J. Brown; Happiest When: Eating; Salient Characteristic: Freckles; Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; Model Club 3; Traffic Squad 3; Winter Track 4. ANDREA KATHLEEN PATRICK " Drea” Business " A light heart and a cheery smile.” Born: April 1, 1947; Ambition: Executive secretary; Bet Peeve: Homework on weekends; Suppressed Desire: To get an A in English; Happiest When: Having fun; Salient Characteristic: Ron-Dells; Activities: Junior Achievement 3; Business Club 3, 4; Library Club 4; Talent Assembly 4. LINDA P. PATASINI " Lin” General " A good natured person is never out of place.” Born: May 7, 1947; Ambition: Undecided; Favorite Saying: " Say there, Buddie " ; Pet Peeve: People who try to be someone else!; Suppressed Desire: To go on a trip to Italy; Idol: Herman Munster; Happiest When: In the coupe with Lyn and Dave; Salient Characteris¬ tic: Good nature; Activities: Homemaking Club 1. RUSSELL PATASINI " Russ” General " Sigh no more, my ladies, sigh no more.” Born: June 19, 1947; Ambition: To graduate; Favorite Saying: " Laisser nous faire foin”; Pet Peeve: Bad breath on haymakers; Suppressed Desire: To shake hands with Giovani Jacopo De Seingalt Casanova; Idol: Giovanni Jacopo De Seingalt Casanova; Happiest When: Practicing the works of my idol; Salient Char¬ acteristic: Worldliness; Activities: Football 3; Key Club 3, 4; Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLEN EDWARD PATENAUDE " Al” College " An hour for toil, a day for sport.” Born: April 3, 1947; Ambition: Pharmacist; Favorite Saying: . . It was the funniest thing!”; Pet Peeve: Mr. Silva’s barbs; Suppressed Desire: To run in the Olympics; Idol: Agatha; Happiest When: Winning a race; Salient Characteristic: Dirty track shoes; Activities: " Spray” 4; Student Council 1, 2; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Football 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Key Club 4; Huttlestonian 4. ELAINE JULIA PAULINO Business " Her quiet way and great smile, has already begun to set the style.” Born: April 13, 1946; Ambition: To become a secretary; Favorite Saying: " You can’t judge a book by its cover”; Pet Peeve: People who think they are it; Suppressed Desire: To succeed in the Business world; Idol: Beach Boys; Happiest When: I am with a certain person; Salient Characteristic: Hand gestures; Activities: Business Club 3, 4. J I ROBERT L. PAULSON " Bob” College " Sometimes I just sit and think, but most times I just sit.” Born: February 1, 1948; Ambition: Wildlife conserva¬ tion officer; Favorite Saying: . " That’s the breaks”; Pet Peeve: Parents; Suppressed Desire: To own a guitar; Idol: Barry Goldwater; Happiest When: I’m in the bathtub; Salient Characteristic: Blond hair. KATHLEEN AMELIA PEASE " Kathy” College " Inflamed with the study of learning.” Born: January 19, 1947; Ambition: Doctor; Favorite Saying: " Shall we adjourn to the local pub?”; Pet Peeve: Mental exertion of any kind; Suppressed Desire: To ride in a yellow Stutz-Bearcat wearing a raccoon coat; Idol: Jean Paul Satre; Happiest When: Vegetating; Salient Characteristic: Avant Garde; Activities: Library Club 1, 2; Library Aid 1, 2; Future Teachers 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; " Spray” 4; Debating Society 2; Christmas Play 1, 3; Pep Squad 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Educational Enrichment 1, 2, 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. DAVID CLARK PEIRCE " Dave” College " A young man with a horn.” Born: April 12, 1947; Ambition: To become a mechani¬ cal engineer; Favorite Saying: " Bezoin de”; Pet Peeve: Trumpet players who can’t play; Suppressed Desire: To be a playboy; Idol: Valentine Farro; Happiest When: With girls and playing music; Salient Characteristic: Trumpet; Activities: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA PERRY " Donna” Business " To know her is to like her.” Born: November 7, 1947; Ambition: To work for a prominent lawyer; Favorite Saying: " You know”; Pet Peeve: When little kids smoke; Suppressed Desire: To get my license; Idols: Jerry and the Pacemakers; Happiest When: When the 2:05 bell rings; Salient Characteristic: Bright eyes; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Bowling League 4; Mixed Chorus 1. KANDYCE DALE PERRY " Kandy” Business " Not too serious, not too gay—, she strikes a happy medium.” Born: May 9, 1947; Ambition: Medical Secretary; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Don’t be a prude”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: To marry my boss; Happiest When: Riding around in the Eleke; Salient Characteristic: Even-disposition; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Business Club 2, 3 ,4; Junior Prom Committee 3. General LORRAINE PERRY " Lolly” " Quiet exterior conceals much.” Born: January 27, 1947; Ambition: To become a car¬ toonist; Bet Peeve: People who think they are better than someone else; Suppressed Desire: To become a well-known cartoonist; Idol: Some person that I’m happy with; Happiest When: I’m with a certain person; Salient Characteristic: Quietness. RODNEY PERRY " R.I.P.” General " He looks quiet as a lamb—but look again.” Born: October 25, 1946; Ambition: To become a printer; Favorite Saying: " Take it any way you can get it”; Pet Peeve: Roxie; Suppressed Desire: To get out of high school; Idol: Jimmy Brown; Happiest When: Drawing weird-ohs; Salient Characteristic: After¬ sessions. RONALD PERRY " Perry” College " A man of mild disposition.” Born: July 25, 1947; Ambition: Further my education; Favorite Saying: " Get out of here!”; Pet Peeve: The daily five; Suppressed Desire: To see Coach Griffin run the daily five; Idol: Caesar; Salient Characteristic: Gallantry; Activities: Football 1; Basketball 2; French Club 2. JEFFREY BRYANT PIERCE " Jeff” College " Without music life would be a mistake.” Born: September 24, 1947; Ambition: To be an Archi¬ tect; Favorite Saying: " Sarcasm”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning; Suppressed Desire: To be a sports car racer; Idol: Richard Chamberlin; Happiest When: Having fun; Salient Characteristic: V.W.; Activities: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2; Southeast District Concert 4; Talent Assembly 2, 3; Auditions Festival 3; Track 2. BEVERLY ANN PIMENTAL " Bev” Business " Give her a basketball and she’s off to glory.” Born: May 28, 1947; Ambition: I.B.M. Operator; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Hi, Harry”; Pet Peeve: Apponequet basketball team; Suppressed Desire: To beat Janet in a game of eggs; Idol: Mickey Mouse; Happiest When: That certain Marine is home on leave; Salient Character¬ istic: Writing letters; Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 3; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Business Club 4; Huttlestonian 4. FRANKLIN M. PLEZIA ’ ' Frank” College " Young fellows will be young fellows.” Born: March 21, 1948; Ambition: To stay in school for ? more years; Favorite Saying: " Nice folks " ; Bet Peeve: People who call me Franklin; Suppressed Desire: To ride the Dreyfus Lion on Wall Street; Idol: Clark Kent; Happiest When: Seeing the Boston Celtics lose; Salient Characteristic: Dimples; Activities: Key Club 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Winter Track Manager 3, 4. LINDA MAY PRENDA " Lynn” Business " What mystery lies within thy dark head” Born: May 5, 1947; Ambition: To be a good wife and mother, and for us to have a happy life together; Favorite Saying: " Oh brother”; Pet Peeve: Short week¬ ends; Suppressed Desire: To eat all I want and to never gain weight; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: With Rich; Salient Characteristic: Dark hair; Activities: Business Club 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Home¬ making Club 4. MARIA RATO College " Her quiet and unassuming manner brings forth her pleasant ways.” Born: May 29, 1947; Ambition: Elementary school teacher; Favorite Saying: " Is that so?”; Pet Peeve: Hy¬ pocrites; Suppressed Desire: Hit a homerun at Yankee Stadium; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: I am with people; Salient Characteristic: Pleasantness; Activities: Junior Achievement 2; Allied Youth 3; Fu¬ ture Teachers Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. JAQUELINE ELIZABETH RAY " Jackie” College " No matter what others may be, she is always herself.” Born: September 24, 1947; Ambition: Clinical Psy¬ chology; Favorite Saying: " Good grief!”; Pet Peeve: Staying up past midnight studying; Suppressed Desire: To read a book of my own choice; Happiest When: Singing; Salient Characteristic: Sax; Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3; President 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3; Choristers 1; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 3; Vocalaires 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 3; District Chorus Representative 3, 4; Student Council Alternate 1; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-president 4; American Field Service 4; College Club Book Award 3; DAR Award 4; Huttlestonian 4; Underclassman Editor. LESLIE DIANE REBELLO " Lez” College " She’s always full of fun, the noisy son-of-a- gun.” Born: September 1, 1947; Ambition: To exhume the fossil of a giant grasshopper; Favorite Saying: " You Buzzard!!”; Pet Peeve; The F.H.S. Faculty; Suppressed Desire: To go into the sheet selling business if another Klu Klux Klan is formed; Idol: Father Knickerbocker; Happiest When: I think you all know the answer to this; Salient Characteristic: Confusion; Activities: Art Club 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Traffic Squad 3; Future Teachers 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; French 4. TONI FRANCES REGO College " Her stature small, her nature gay.” Born: May 23, 1947; Ambition: To become a buyer for Bergdorf Goodman; Favorite Saying: " Bad news”; Pet Peeve: Too much homework, and too little time!; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To be the bartender in Barbara’s bar!; Idol: Mrs. Kunz; Happiest When: Sandra laughs at my jokes; Salient Characteristic: Jokes; Activities: Fu¬ ture Teachers 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Queen 3; Student Council 3, 4; Traffic Squad 3; Homemaking Club 1, treasurer 1; " Spray” 3, 4; Class Executive Board «3; Dramatic Society 3, 4; Aid to Mr. Bither 2; Enrichment Program 4; Girls’ Club 2, 3, 4, Publicity 3, Secretary 4; Huttlestonian 4. JOHN MICHAEL REILLY " Pineapple” Generd " He would hide his talents under the bushel of his modesty.” Born: January 2, 1948; Ambition: To graduate; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Time out—”; Pet Peeve: Washing dishes; Suppressed Desire: To wreck Mac’s Soda Bar; Idol: Gomer Pyle; Happiest When: Riding a Honda; Salient Characteristic: Saddle shoes; Activities: Bowling 3; Key Club 4. PAUL RENAUX " Greasy” General " He’s a good little boy as far as little boys go.” Born: December 30, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " It’s a roach!”; Pet Peeve: Neighbors; Suppressed Desire: To own a Chevy; Idol: George Harrison; Happiest When: Around cars; Salient Charac¬ teristic: Blue Varsity Sweater; Activities: Audio-visual 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND RICHARD " Ray” General " He keeps us merry and amused all day, and helps us to chase the gloom away.” Born: December 18, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " What seems to be the trouble here?”; Pet Peeve: Alarm clocks; Suppressed Desire: To shave Mitch Miller; Idol: Alfred E. Newman; Happiest When: Reading Mad Magazines; Salient Character¬ istic: Injuries; Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Audio¬ visual 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting Club 3, 4; Key Club 4; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodworking 4. PETER H. RICHARDS " Piter” College " And certainly he was a good fellow.” Born: July 17, 1947; Ambition: To graduate from college—with high honors??; Favorite Saying: " Forget it—will ya!”; Pet Peeve: 20$ sugar cones; Suppressed Desire: To race my Honda around the gym track; Idol: Broderick Crawford; Happiest When: Scooping ice¬ cream at Rogers Dairy; Salient Characteristic: Honda; Activities: Key Club 4; " Spray” 4, Business Manager 4. i PAULA RILEY Business " Her voice was ever soft.” Born: January 4, 1948; Ambition: Private secretary; Favorite Saying: " Oh Boy!”; Pet Peeve: School; Suppressed Desire: To graduate; Idol: B.S.; Happiest When: Eating; Salient Characteristic: Pleasantness; Activities: Business Club 3; Majorette 4. LINDA JOAN ROBERT " Lyn” Business " A girl who quietly wends her way and does her duty day by day.” Born: August 7, 1947; Ambition: To be a secretary; Favorite Saying: " I doubt it”; Pet Peeve: Girls who thing they are all it; Suppressed Desire: To succeed in the business world; Idol: The Beachboys; Happiest When: The 2 0 clock bell rings; Salient Characteristic: Stature; Activities: Business Club 4; Bowling League 4; " Spray” 3, 4. DANIEL GEORGE ROBINSON " Robby” College " Follow me and thou shall not lack amusement.” Born: May 6, 1947; Ambition: Own a brewery; Favor¬ ite Saying: " What are you nuts?”; Pet Peeve: School; Suppressed Desire: To be bad; Idol: Medgar Evers; Happiest When: Crying; Salient Characteristic: Grin; Activities: Football 1, 2. JACQUELINE THERESE ROBITAILLE " Jackie” College " She appears quiet but we wonder.” Born: January 19, 1946; Ambition: Perfectionist; Favor¬ ite Saying: “I’ll say”; Pet Peeve: ’50 Chevy; Suppressed Desire: To run away in a ' 65 Limousine; Happiest When: I’m with my friends; Salient Characteristic: Multicolor ' 51 Chevy; Activities: Art Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2. MARY LOUISE ROCHE " Mary Lou” Business " She keeps an equal poise.” Born: May 18, 1947; Ambition: Legal Secretary; Favor¬ ite Saying: " You’re crazy”; Pet Peeve: People who think the college course students are better than the business course students; Suppressed Desire: To get an A from Mrs. Knipe; Idol: John F. Kennedy; Happiest When: When with—; Salient Characteristic: Mr. Bith- er’s Office; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Huttlestonian 4. ROSEMARY RODERICK " Rosie” Business " Talkative lady to be sure.” Born: September 22, 1947; Ambition: Airline Steward¬ ess; Favorite Saying: " Hi, people.”; Pet Peeve: Not be¬ ing able to leave on the first bell; Suppressed Desire: Be a good folk singer; Idol: Joan Baez; Happiest When: In Marion; Salient Characteristic: Fruitcakes; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Huttlestonian 4. JOHN RUNCIS " Wolf” College " Growth is the only evidence of life.” Born: March 25, 1947; Ambition: To go to college; Favorite Saying: " Is that you, Eddie?”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning; Suppressed Desire: To get rich, quick; Idol: Mr. Silva; Happiest When: Sleeping; Salient Characteristic: Laugh; Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4. RUTH ANN RYLE " Toody” Business " Sincere in everything, she’s pleasing to know.” Born: September 19, 1947; Ambition: To become a secretary; Favorite Saying: " I can’t do it”; Pep Peeve: Snobby people; Suppressed Desire: To get on the Hon¬ or Roll; Idol: Jackie Kennedy; Happiest When: Out with my friends; Salient Characteristic: Worrying; Ac¬ tivities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Business Club 3, 4; Huttles¬ tonian. THOMAS RICHARD SCHLESINGER " Tom” College " I feel the stirrings in me of great things.” Born: July 19, 1948; Ambition: To graduate from college; Favorite Saying: " Clever”; Pet Peeve: Over¬ rated people; Suppressed Desire: To be Sports Editor of " The New York Times”; Idol: J. Paul Getty; Happiest When: Deriding people; Salient Character¬ istic: Wittiness; Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Student Government Day 3; " Spray” 2, 3, 4; Associate Editor 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. VAUGHN ELAINE SHAW " Bones” Business, College " Come, come, there’s mischief to be done.” Born: March 5, 1947; Ambition: To go to the Philip¬ pines and make good; Favorite Saying: " It drives me up a wall”; Pet Peeve: T.V. Commercials; Suppressed Desire: To see T.V. Commercials banished; Idol: Max Muscles; Happiest When: Doing nothing; Salient Char¬ acteristic: Sophistication; Activities: Future Nurses 2; Glee Club 1. BERYL LEE SHURTLEFF " Red” General " With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come. " Born: May 6, 1947; Ambition: Airline Hostess; Favor¬ ite Saying: " You think so, huh?”; Pet Peeve: Pganut butter; Suppressed Desire: To ride a Honda through the halls of F.H.S.; Idol: The Planter’s Peanut Man; Happiest When: On Friday; Salient Characteristic: Artistic nature; Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre¬ tary 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Traffic Squad 3; Vocal- aires 2; Office Assistant 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Junior Senior Chorus 3, 4; Talent Show 3. BRUCE SILVA General " Small, but whoever complained about the size of dynamite.” Born: October 3, 1947; Ambition: To do the " Jerk”; Favorite Saying: " Could be worse, could be me!”; Pet Peeve: Baggies; Suppressed Desire: To be tall; Idol: " Legs” Diamond; Happiest When: Hollering at people; Salient Characteristic: Hair; Activities: Art Club 1, 3, 4; Model Club 2; Track 3; Christmas Play 1; Traffic Squad 4. ELAINE ANN SILVA " Lainey” College " Friendship is to be purchased only by friend¬ ship.” Born: November 29, 1947; Ambition: To be a book illustrator; Favorite Saying: " Crazy”; Pet Peeve: Hiking up the stairs to room 20; Suppressed Desire: To go down President Avenue in Fall River on roller skates; Happiest When: With any kind of boat; Salient Characteristic: Love of boats and sea; Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-president 3; Library Club 3; " Spray” 4. LINDA SILVA Business " There is not a moment without some duty to do.” Born: December 5, 1947; Ambition: Medical Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Never Happen”; Pet Peeve: Asking a question and receiving no answer; Suppressed Desire: To own a Chevy; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: Driving; Salient Characteristic: Loquaciousness; Activities: Future Teachers 1; Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Huttlestonian 4. SHARON GAIL SILVA Business " Softness and sweetness innocence she wears.” Born: March 25, 1946; Ambition: To get a B.A. degree in Fashions and Designing; Favorite Saying: " Why not”; Pet Peeve: Diets; Suppressed Desire: To become a millionaire; Idol: Jackie Kennedy; Happiest When: Eating; Salient Characteristic: Roselawn; Activities: Pep Squad 1; Traffic Squad 2, 3; Art Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. SUSAN SIMPKIN " Sue” College " That is not a halo around her head, she wears her golden hair.” Born: September 29, 1947; Ambition: To go to col¬ lege and become a teacher; Favorite Saying: " Sure, tell me another one!’’; Pet Peeve: Peanut Butter; Suppressed Desire: To get an A on an English Composition; Idol: Johnny Mathis; Happiest When: Spending my sum¬ mers on Salient Characteristic: Light-hearted¬ ness; Activities: Future Teachers 2; Future Nurses 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Basketball 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Traffic Squad 2, 3. DAVID ALAN SINCLAIR " Dave” College " The warmth of genial courtesy, the calm of self-reliance.” ' Born: August 1, 1947; Ambition: Teacher; Favorite Saying: " Crack me up!”; Pet Peeve: Undependable people; Suppressed Desire: To meet the Great Pump¬ kin; Idol: Jerry West; Salient Characteristic: Contact Lenses; Activities: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; " Spray” 4; Huttlestonian 4. HELGA MARIE SKARSTEIN Business " So quiet, we hardly knew she was there.” Born: September 5, 1947; Ambition: To be a secretary; Favorite Saying: " Oh—all right!!!”; Pet Peeve: Donkeys; Suppressed Desire: To paint the halls of F.H.S. " orange”; Idol: Bullwinkle; Happiest When: I’m unaware; Salient Characteristic: Innocence; Activi¬ ties: Pep Squad 1, 2; Art Club 4; Huttlestonian 4. MICHAEL T. SMITH " Smitty” College " Fate tried to conceal him by naming him Smith.” Born: April 30, 1947; Ambition: To become a famous lawyer; Favorite Saying: " It’s up hill”; Pet Peeve: Con¬ verse sneakers; Suppressed Desire: To win my first case as a lawyer; Idol: Perry Mason; Happiest When: Singing; Salient Characteristic: Happiness. CLAUDE WAYNE SNIEZEK " Moose” General " I never dare to be as funny as I am.” Born: October 2, 1947; Ambition: To be a Physical Education Teacher; Favorite Saying: " Can’t all be winners; Pet Peeve: White lines on a football field; Suppressed Desire: To play Major League Baseball; Idol: Mickey Mantle; Happiest When: With the gang on Magnolia Avenue; Salient Characteristic: Good na¬ ture; Activities: Bowling 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Audio-visual 2, 3, 4; President 4; Traffic Squad 4. r PAULA ANN SOUZA College " I am very fond of the company of men.” Born: February 4, 1948; Ambition: To become an Oceanographer; Favorite Saying: " Funny or what?”; Pet Peeve: The separation of the boys and girls in the lunchroom; Suppressed Desire: To tour England and France; Idol: Jacqueline Kennedy; Happiest When: Surrounded by classmates; Salient Characteristic: Flir¬ tatious; Activities: Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 3, Junior Prom Court 3; Office Worker 4; Future Teach¬ ers 4; Vocalaires 4; Girls Club 3, 4. SANDRA SOUZA " Sandy” Business " To a young heart everything is fun.” Born: January 15, 1948; Ambition: To be an execu¬ tive Secretary; Favorite Saying: " Bloomin’’; Pet Peeve: When someone blinks to take a left and takes a right!!!”; Suppressed Desire: To go to college, get mar¬ ried, and take my husband back to my home, Scotland; Idol: People who are understanding; Happiest When: Talking; Salient Characteristic: Dirty looks; Activities: Student Council 1; Art Club 1, 2; Traffic Squad 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; Huttlestonian 4. LYNDA ANN SOWA " Lyn” College " Quiet but sociable.” Born: August 26, 1947; Ambition: Undetermined; Favorite Saying: " I doubt it”; Pet Peeve: Homework; Suppressed Desire: To be a model; Idol: Jackie Ken¬ nedy; Happiest When: With Dave, riding in his coupe; Salient Characteristic: Pleasing Personality; Activities: Huttlestonian 4. RONALD SYLVIA " Ronnie” College " A reliable fellow, on him we can always de¬ pend.” Born: February 17, 1948; Ambition: To graduate and go on to college; Favorite Saying: " Is that right??”; Pet Peeve: Doing word problems in Algebra II; Suppressed Desire: To skip Mr. Malcom’s class on test day; Happiest When: Watching our football team win a game; Salient Characteristic: Good taste; Activities: Basketball Manager 2; Key Club 4; Winter Track 4. SUSAN JANE SYLVIA " Sue” Business " A. bundle of good nature.” Born: August 6, 1947; Ambition: Legal secretary; Favorite Saying: " Yah, right!!”; Pet Peeve: Snobs; Suppressed Desire: To succeed in all my future en¬ deavors; Idol: Jonathan Winters: Happiest When: With my friends; Salient Characteristic: Optimism; Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 1; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Bowling 3, 4; Volleyball 3; Huttlestonian 4. JANET I. TANGUAY College " Diligence is the mother of good fortune.” Born: June 7, 1947; Ambition: To become a teacher; Favorite Saying: " Nice guy”; Pet Peeve: People; Sup¬ pressed Desire: To stop working; Happiest When: With Barry; Salient Characteristic: Diligence; Activities: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, 4; Traf¬ fic Squad 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Huttlestonian 4. ALAN TATE " Al” General " Another day, another aftersession.” Born: March 19, 1947; Ambition: To get out of F.H.S.; Favorite Saying: " Are you alright?”; Pet Peeve: Warn¬ ing cards; Suppressed Desire: To be rich; Happiest When: Out on a date; Salient Characteristic: After¬ session; Activities: Traffic Squad 3; Art Club 3, 4. JUNE LINDA TAVARES Business " Whose life is a bubble.” Born: May 29, 1947; Ambition: To be a secretary; Fav¬ orite Saying: " Right?”; Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning; Suppressed Desire: To own a Mustang; Idol: Mickey Mouse; Happiest When: With Eddie; Salient Characteristic: Bubblegum; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Majorette 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Business Club 3, 4, President 4. KATHLEEN MARY TEIXEIRA " Kathy” College " Oh, her best accomplishment is hard to tell, she does so many things so well.” Born: October 11, 1947; Ambition: To go to college and become a Pediatrician; Favorite Saying: " What can I say?”; Pet Peeve: Football season at F.F1.S.; Suppressed Desire: To play football for F.H.S. and beat Durfee!!”; Happiest When: Buying clothes; Salient Characteristic: Oranges; Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 3, 4; Class President 1; Executive Board 2, French Club 2, 4; Secretary 2, 4; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Art Club 1; Student Council 1; Pep Squad 1; Vocalaires 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Court 3; Traffic Squad 2, 3; " Spray” 4; Girls Club 2, 3, 4; Huttlestonian 1 , 2, 3, 4; Co- Editor 4. CYNTHIA JEAN TENCZAR " Cindie” College " Such a whirlpool of fun and mischief in her head.” Born: August 28, 1947; Ambition: To be a good nurse; Favorite Saying: " I’ll kill you later!”; Pet Peeve: Conceited boys; Suppressed Desire: To count the angels on the ceiling in room 7; Idol: Anyone who has ambition; Happiest When: Losing weight; Salient Characteristic: Violin; Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; String Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurse 2, 3, 4; Dis¬ trict Concert 2, 4. MARGARET TORRES " Peggy” College " A sure success she will be, for she does all things efficiently.” Born: August 12, 1947; Ambition: To teach commer¬ cial subjects; Favorite Saying: " You’re kidding”; Pet Peeve: A certain someone who doesn’t do things when he’s asked; Suppressed Desire: To take over the office; Idol: Mrs. Martin; Happiest When: Work¬ ing in the office; Salient Characteristic: Dependability; Activities: Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Hutilestonia n 4. ALDEN FRANKLIN TRULL JR. " A grand fellow in every way.” " Ollie” College Born: September 2, 1947; Ambition: To own a computer; Favorite Saying: " Check it out”; Pet Peeve: Super charged Volkswagens; Suppressed Desire: To side walk surf down an Olympic Ski Jump; Idol: Paul Elv- strom; Happiest When: Finished with English themes; Salient Characteristic: Frankness; Activities: Spring Track 1, 2; Winter Track 2; Football Manager 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Class Executive Board 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Huttlestonian 2, 3, 4, Activities Editor 4. EVELYN VERA " Shortie” General " Little body with a mighty heart.” Born: September 14, 1946; Ambition: To be a nurse; Favorite Saying: " What’d ya say?”; Pet Peeve: Under¬ classmen who think they are it; Suppressed Desire: To give Russia’s new Premier a shot of arsenic in the rear; Idol: Beachboys; Happiest When: Out of school on vacation; Salient Characteristic: Size; Activities: Fu¬ ture Nurses 1; Business Club 4. DOUGLAS L. VEILLEUX " Doug” General " Why work when you can sleep.” Born: December 27, 1946; Ambition: To retire after high school, be an educated bum, and own a soda-pop factory; Favorite Saying: " Could be trouble”; Pet Peeve: Getting up Monday morning, after a hard Sunday night; Suppressed Desire: To give Karate lessons to Mr. Silva; Idol: Jonathan Winters; Happiest When: With the Dawson Brothers, Carl, Nick and Bud.; Salient Characteristic: Daydreaming; Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. ROBERT MILTON WHEATON " Wheaton” Business " Joking and humor are always pleasant.” Born: September 8, 1945; Ambition: To attend culi¬ nary school and become a Chef; Favorite Saying: " That’s the breaks”; Pet Peeve: Fords; Suppressed Desire: To see the girls go down the fire escapes; Idol: Alfred E. Newman; Happiest When: With friends on Saturday night at a party; Salient Characteristic: Sweaters; Ac¬ tivities: Art Club 1. SUSAN PARKER WHITTIER College " I do what I please and I do it with ease.” Born: September 2, 1947; Ambition: To travel around the world 13 times; Favorite Saying: " I’m glad’’; Pet Peeve: Disorderly study halls; Suppressed Desire: To rid myself of Jean; Idol: Chet Huntley; Happiest When: In Bristol; Salient Characteristic: Her daze; Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Dra¬ matic Society 2; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Traffic Squad 1, 2; Vocalaires 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; English Enrichment 4. RALPH WILLETTE JR. " Rolf” College " Come graduation and snatch me from this homework.” Born: May 17, 1947; Ambition: To buy a car; Favor¬ ite Saying: " Are you all right?”; Pet Peeve: Woman drivers; Suppressed Desire: To travel in my future car; Idol: Mike Jagger; Happiest When: Driving; Salient Characteristic: Hitchhiking. NANCY WINTERBOTTOM " Nan” College " A sweet young girl is hard to find, but here is one to keep in mind.” Bom: September 7, 1947; Ambition: Nurse; Favorite Saying: " Let us pray”; Pet Peeve: People who don’t believe in the Great Pumpkin; Suppressed Desire: To beat Allen in the half-mile—again!; Idol: C.A.R.; Happiest When: At the Haven; Salient Characteristic: Down at the Farm; Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Future Teachers 2; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Huttlestonian 4. WAYNE ARTHUR YOUNG College " He profits most who serves best.” Born: October 30, 1947; Ambition: To be a happily married man; Favorite Saying: " It’s a gas”; Pet Peeve: When a person can not associate with or talk with someone without worrying about what people will think; Suppressed Desire: To sing in a big beat group; Idol: John Lennon; Happiest When: Asleep; Salient Characteristic: Forensic ability; Activities: Basketball 2; Golf 3. 84 Class Will While browsing through the pages of our most sacred remains, you may chance upon this will which legally distributes our personal property to fortunate, but utterly helpless individuals, who have the sympathy of the brilliant, kindhearted, and charitable students of the Senior Class. Thus, by the aid of Congress and a special amendment to the Constitution, we, the mighty Seniors, leave the following: BARBARA ACKSEN leaves her fizzies in the locker room. ALAN and ROSALIE leave together. STEVE ENTIN leaves his father. SUSAN SIMPKIN leaves her peroxide to SUE ELLEN AIKEN. KATHY PEASE leaves her contact lenses to MARGIE CARPENTER. WALTER JACHNA and BOBBY AGUIAR leave a Blue Devil suit and a raccoon coat to any Juniors who think they can fill them. JANET PACHECO leaves her locker full of signs to PEGGY BOULEY. LESLIE LITCHFIELD leaves her bottle of perma-strate to FRANNY REGO. JOAN LAVERDIERE leaves poaching rights to North Fairhaven to THOMASINA HOGAN. DONALD MANNY leaves his inconvenient blush to BILLY MORGAN. SIX SENIOR BOYS leave their can of spray paint to any daring Juniors. MICKIE leaves many wonderful memories to F.H.S. LINDA DUMOULIN leaves her worn out basketball sneakers to DEBBIE JACKSON. ELAINE LONG leaves her contagious laugh for any Junior to match. STEVE PALLATRONI leaves his freckles to PAT LANG. JULIO OLIVERIA leaves his wandering eye to MIKE BARCELLOS. RUTH RYLE leaves her petiteness to CINDY TETRAULT. MARYLOU ROCHE leaves Mr. Albritton’s office reluctantly. The tired " HUTT” staff leaves Mr. ALBRITTON some peace and quiet at last. REGGIE LEE leaves his wise remarks to PAUL BATTAINI. JACKIE RAY leaves her books to LINDA FISHER. NORMA LANGEVIN leaves her happy disposition to NANCY GAUCHER. JUDY FURTADO leaves her Baritone Horn to anyone else who desires to drive MRS. DIDOMENICO crazy. CAROL GALLAGHER leaves her tunafish sandwiches to JANE GIGNAC. TOM SCHLESINGER leaves his sarcasm to MR. DUFOUR. KATHY KOCZWARA leaves her Polish name to BARBARA KSZYSTYNIAK. POLLY ANN HARRISON leaves her supply of stationery to anyone who enjoys writing letters to CONNECTICUT. ALAN TATE leaves his seat in aftersession to BECKY DESJEUNES. RUSS MACEDO leaves his curly hair to MARTY HENDRIQUES. DENNIS KENT leaves his drumsticks to PAUL DOUCETTE. CLAIRE MARX and MICHAEL ANN NOWELL leave MISS CAMPBELL a quiet homeroom. KITTY LARKIN leaves her black dye to JANICE CRUZ. MIKE REILLY leaves his knack for losing Non-European Books to any future senior lucky enough to have Mr. TRAINOR. LINDA SILVA leaves Mrs. DIDOMENICO’s office to KAREN BOLTON. The FRENCH IV classes leave Mr. DUFOUR 20 free drawing lessons from Jon Gnagy. STEVE MESSIER and KATHY TEIXEIRA leave the arguments behind! Given in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred sixty-five, we do hereby proclaim this last will and testament, and hereby appoint Mr. Silva executor. Superlatives Front row: Stephen Entin, President; Jaqueline Ray, Secretary; Michiko Kijima, Vice-president; Diane Houle, Treasurer; Toni Rego, Nancy Morris, Cynthia Knowles and Lynell Gifford. On stairs: Bette Lou Everett, Donna Howard, Maria Rato, Barbara Bouchard, Ann Travers, Milton Medieros, Linda Mej lander and Helen Howard. American Tield Service Tomoni aruko, tomoni kataro. Soshite hajimete neiwaga unareru. Translated, this means, " Walk together, talk together, all ye people of the earth. Then, and only then, shall ye have peace.” This is the motto of the American Field Sendee which brings students here from fifty-nine countries to attend American secondary schools for a year of study and experience. During the summer it sends American teenagers abroad to live with families in some thirty-seven countries. This year Michiko Kijima of Tokyo, Japan, is representing her country at F.H.S. " Mickie”, who is sharing our Senior year with us, is living with Jackie Ray and her family. Stephen Entin, another " A.F.S.’er”, represented the United States last summer in the Philippines. 90 J.ZS. Club The American Field Service Club is an organization just initiated this year. This group’s main purposes are: to provide a part of the funds needed in order to bring exchange students to F.H.S., and to send our representatives to other countries, and to act as a public relations group through which new students may find it easier to become adjusted to American school life. Which girl is used to this type of shoe? " Que va!” 91 It was a beautiful day, the sky was clear and the sun was shining, as we marched into the Larch Avenue Auditorium for the Jun¬ ior Day exercises. The happy day had finally arrived, for we were to receive the symbolic mantle of the Senior Class. Jaqueline Ray received the College Club Book Award and Stephen Entin was the Raymond Fonseca receives the symbolic mantle of leadership from The last day Jane Delano. 92 Jackie Ray receives the College Club Book Award. a or vay ir recipient of the Harvard Club page book. These two awards are made annually on the basis of leadership and integrity, m Judy Fu ' rtado played a cello solo, it A great change had taken place during the short exercise. We filed out as the Senior lit Class of 1965, ready to assume the responsi- bility of leadership. j for the Class of 1964. A cello solo, given by Judy Furtado, closed the solemn Junior Day exercise. 93 “Evening in Paris ” The auditorium had been transformed into an enchant¬ ing Parisian street scene. The walls were adorned with softly glowing lanterns and floating Eiffel Towers to enhance the mood; leafy trees and a glittering foun¬ tain bedecked the stage. This was the evening of our Junior Prom. As we arrived, we were greeted by the Patrons and Patronesses. Beaming princesses were waltzed about the floor by their well-dressed escorts. However, all activity halted as the royal procession entered, led by last year’s Queen, Jane Delano. Follow¬ ing her was the Queen’s lovely court—Joan Laverdiere, Paula Souza, Joyce Holden, Jean Alexion, Sharon Mat- land, Diane Benoit, Polly Ann Harrison, and Kathy Teixeira. Next came the Lady-in-Waiting, Sandra Almeida, and finally Her Highness, Toni Rego. Our Queen, crowned by Jane Delano, received a beautiful bouquet of red roses. The Lady-In-Waiting and each member of the court were also presented a lovely bouquet and a gold charm. At eleven-thirty, our enchanting evening in Paris came to a close, but it was truly an evening we would never forget. Jane Delano crowns our Queen Toni Rego. The Class of 1965 in The Grand March. The Queen, Toni Rego, and her attendants, Sandra Almeida, Lady-in-Waiting, Kathy Teixeira, Polly Ann Harrison, Diane Benoit, Sharon Matland, Jean Alexion, Joyce Holden, Paula Souza, Joan Laverdiere, and last year’s Queen, Jane Delano. . . . WAYNE LODGE for receiving the Jewish War Veteran’s Good Citizenship award. . . . JACQUELINE RAY, who was recipient of ... ALLEN PATENAUDE, state and New the DAR award England 1000 yard Class D champion. . . . STEPHEN ENTIN for receiving the Harvard Book Club award. . . . WAYNE YOUNG, winner of the " I ... JEFFREY PIERCE for being selected to speak for Democracy” contest. District Band. . . . WAYNE LODGE for being chosen our Student Government Day representative. . . . JAQUELINE RAY, recipient of the Col- ... The GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM for lege Club Book award. their outstanding accomplishments this year in the field of sports. . . . STEPHEN ENTIN, who was chosen as a Merit Scholarship finalist. 96 Salute . . . The F.H.S. CHEERLEADERS for bring¬ ing recognition to our school by placing second in the Southeastern Massachusetts Cheerlead¬ ers Tournament. . . . JUDY FURTADO and CYNTHIA TEN- ... The ’ ' SPRAY” staff for their hard work CZAR for being selected to the Southeastern in putting out four fine issues. District Orchestra. • • • JAQUELINE RAY for being selected to the District Chorus. . . . SANDRA MENDES, winner of the Betty . . . WAYNE LODGE, our Boys’ State repre- Crocker award. sentative. . . . JUDY FURTADO for being selected to the Greater Boston Youth Sympathy. . . . MR. FERNANDO SILVA for his hard work and patience in guiding the Senior Class through four years. . . . STEPHEN ENTIN for being chosen the American Field Service finalist to the Philip¬ pines. . . . MICHIKO KIJIMA, our foreign exchange student, for her remarkable improvement in English. 97 Alright, Doc, what’s the action? Zke Senior Play The back stage crew poses for a picture. There’s a boy outside, why don’t you three leave?! 98 Kale soup, anyone? Hey! She’s violating the dress code. But we don’t have time to brush after every meal! Bull!—fiddle? But Mrs. Hayward, we weren’t going far. 99 Uaby Pictures 1. Patricia Pacheco 2. Janet Pacheco 3. Cynthia Axtell 4. Stephen Desroches 5. Scott Morris 6. Nancy Bouley 7. Janet Tanguay 8. Robert Aguiar 9. Cheryl Burns 10. Joan Laverdiere 11. Claire Marx 12. Jean Alexion 13. Dennis Paquette 14. Mina Morgan 15. Linda Sowa 16. Donna Bizarro 17. Robert Wheaton 18. Paula Souza 19. Nancy Netinho 20. Claudette Lariviere 21. Paula Riley 22. Bruce Cordiero 23. Evelyn Vera 24. Julio Olivera 25. Linda Mejlander 26. Toni Rego 27. Kathy Pease 28. Linda Patasini 29. Raymond Fonseca 30. Norma Langevin 31. Polly Harrison 32. Elaine Silva 33. Steve Pallatroni 34. Bette Lou Everett 35. June Tavares 36. Judy Brown 37. Beverly Pimental 38. Linda Bisallon 39. Paul Cardoza 40. Kathy Koczwara 41. John Cambra 42. Billy Dumas 43. Helga Skarstein 44. Bruce Silva 45. Arthur Govoni 46. Joyce Holden 47. Jackie Ray 48. Leslie Rebello 49- Sanda Souza 50. David Frates 51. Linda Prenda 52. Barbara Acksen 53. June Boucher 54. Sandra Almeida 55. Mary Hebert 56. Michiko Kijima 57. Kathy Teixeira 100 103 We have finished our first year as upperclassmen and are on the threshold of our last. Our Junior year is over, but the memories will remain with us for a long time to come. Throughout the year we have been led by class officers Sandra Morris, Suellen Aiken, Susan Ross, and JoAnn Kidd, and executive board Patrick Lang, Peggy Bouley, Randy Leisey, and Joyce Renaud. Our class project, selling fruit cakes, was very successful due to the efforts of such classmates as Nancy Ruest, David McCombe, Dennis Lopes, and Robert Foster. We’ve had our prom and Junior Day, and we are now officially Sen¬ iors. We are on the threshold of life and new learning. ♦4 » vf t t » Mi 1 Having been the youngest class at F.H.S. for two years, wc are looking forward to our first year as Upperclassmen with great en¬ thusiasm. Leading us in our activities this year were class officers How¬ ard Barrow, Jane Tillotson, Susan Medeiros, and Tom Powers, and executive board members Barbara Bouchard, Betty Jones, and Henry Bernier. Our class project, selling magazines, was successful for the second year in a row. We’ve pulled through the period of " Sophomore Slump’’ and are now on the threshold of higher learning. m — 109 National Society Monor Left to right: M. Rato, member; J. Ray, Vice-President; B. Everett, Secretary; S. Entin, President; B. Acksen, Treasurer. The Fairhaven High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1927. The attainment of membership in this Society, which is both an honor and a responsibility, has been the ultimate aim of all students. The members must be willing and able to uphold its ideals of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. 110 The Student Council of Fairhaven High School was formed as a medium through which representatives of the student body could voice their opinions on matters con¬ cerning their activities and behavior. With the help of its advisor, Mrs. Doris D. Bruce, the group sponsored an American Field Service Tea, distributed Christmas bas¬ kets to needy families, sold book covers, initiated a school clean-up project, and held several dances. Its active President, Raymond Fonseca, was elected President of the Southeastern Massachusetts branch of Student Councils. Left to right: R. Fonseca, President; J. Pacheco, Vice-President; A. Trull, Secretary-Treasurer. Student Council Bottom row, left to right: T. Rego, M. Kijima, C. Carmell, J. Holden, D. Weatherbee, R. Fonseca, J. Pacheco, D. Benoit, A. Trull. 2nd row: J. Laverdiere, J. Hiller, A. Delano, S. Aiken. 3rd row: S. Ross, D. Santos, B. Bouchard, S. Medeiros. Top row: M. Henriques, T. Carvalho. . . . fHEHUTT ' . . . But we’re not hiding anything. Muttlestonian Staff To have, or not to have a yearbook—that was the question. Whether’t was nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of an outraged class, Or to take arms against a sea of classmates, Or by taking off avoid them. To have—or not— No sweat—and by " not” to say we end The heartache and the thousand natural shocks That editors are heir to. ’T is a consumation Devoutly to be wished, to quit. To quit, To rest, perchance to daydream; aye, there’s the rub, For while a passing time up in the Hutt, what guidance directors may come Must give us hell! There’s the threat That makes unused our sunny balcony. For who would elsewise fail to lock the door, Stretch out on four chairs, make snowmen on the ledge, But that the dread of frequent aftersessions Makes us rather suffer and be good, Than have a bit of good, clean, useless fun. Thus the Yearbook doth make servants of us all, And we her wants and needs must all appease, With fast and furious action. THE EDITORIAL STAFF Bottom row left to right: B. Everett, N. Winterbottom, C. Axtell, P. Harrison, L. Litchfield, R. Nicolaci. Top row, left to right: A. 1 atenaude, R. Aguiar, C. Marx, D. Benoit, J. Laverdiere, N. Langevin, K. Lewis, K. Koczwara, J. German, J. Olivera, T. Schlesinger. F THE BUSINESS STAFF Bottom row, left to right: H. How¬ ard, L. Laube, R. Ryle, H. Skar- stein, V. Gilley, M. Roche. Top row, left to right: M. Medeiros, N. Netinho S. McCombe, S. Souza, S. Sylvia, B. Pimental, R. Choui- nard, D. Kent, D. Couto. OUR EDITORS " Maybe if we keep looking the other way, we won’t have to let Steve in.” Left to right: B. Acksen, D. Mayo, A. Trull, D. Sinclair, J. Audette, K. Teixeira, S. Messier, S. Entin, J. Ray, S. Almeida, T. Rego. FUTURE EDITORS " Hey, this looks like fun!” Left to right: J. Hiller, M. Carpen¬ ter, B. Collins, R. Brieze, H. Bar- row. 113 Front row, left to right: J. Isherwood, K. Teixeira, P. Harrison. Middle row, left to right: S. Aiken, S. Morris, J. Hiller. Top row, left to right: M. Bouley, M. Carpenter, J. Renaud. This year’s cheerleaders worked hard under the leadership of Kathy Teixeira to raise the voices and spirits of all at football and at basketball games. With new as well as traditional cheers, they urged the teams on to victory, thereby making an important con¬ tribution to Fairhaven High School. The cheerleaders practice daily throughout the athletic seasons. At the end of the year, they com¬ pete in cheering tournaments where they have re¬ ceived many honors. 114 The cheerleaders in their winter uniforms. The " Spray” is the school paper which affords students an opportunity to express their opinions. Members of the " Spray” staff gain valuable experience in the prepara¬ tion and organization of a newspaper. This year the editor-in-chief was Stephen Entin. The " Spray” staff is indebted to Mrs. Knipe and Mrs. Shapiro for their ex¬ cellent faculty supervision. { w -“O ' Iffil w -■» 1 r i M " But, Mrs. Knipe said our deadline is tomorrow!” Left to right: P. Richar ds, J. Hiller, T. Rego, S. Entin, B. Acksen, T. Schlesinger. “Zhe Spray” m wt k m M ‘ oHl 5. Hflk " a • i 1 Back row, left to right: L. Gifford, B. Kszystyniak, R. Nicolaci, M. Bouley, A. Cromie, S. Henshaw, A. Patenaude, D. Sinclair, J. German, D. Logan, T. Powers. Middle row, left to right: S. Tetrault, K. Lewis, C. Filipek, J. Tillotson, P. Harrison, B. Everett, J. Holden, B. Bouchard, E. Silva, C. Carmel, B. Collins, D. Logan. Front row, left to right: V. Gilley, F. Rego, K. Teixeira, S. Almeida, K. Koczwara, D. Howard, J. Rezendes, D. Benoit, M. Carpenter. II5 i — . i [ S ' j ; ■ j | »L ! ( -wHjT,! r K ' f ,iJM M if i H A The Key Club of Fairhaven High School is patterned after and sponsored by the New Bedford Kiwanis Club. Its motto is " We build” and its object is to serve the school. Under the supervision of Mr. Wil¬ liam Oliveira the Key Club has sold Christmas trees, has sponsored clean¬ up projects, and has held dances. Each year a scholarship and a sports trophy are given to deserving seniors. Left to right: A. Patenaude, Vice-President, P. Lang, Corresponding Secretary, J. Marsden, Treasurer, W. Lodge, President, R. Aguiar, Secretary. Front row, left to right: F. Gwozdz, T. Murphy, W. Jachna, S. Messier, D. Alves, S. Morris, D. Mello, J. Cambra, R. Jones, R. Pata: Second row, left to right: B. Cordeiro, M. Medeiros, D. Davignon, T. Szeliga, J. Dwelly, B. Morgan, P. DeBlois. Third row: P. Cardoza, Garcia, D. Veilleux, H. Barrow, R. Howland, D. Logan, N. Jones. Fourth row, left to right: D. Manny, J. Oliveira, R. Sylvia, Riley, J. Twarog, P. Richards, R. Whittle, W. Dixon. Top row, left to right: D. McCombe, F. Plezia, R. Richard, R. Lee. 116 2£2 The Traffic Squad of Fair- haven High School helps to keep student traffic in order. Monitors are stationed at vari¬ ous posts in the school, and are expected to supervise in a friendly, yet firm manner. HEAD MONITORS Left to right: P. Cardoza, P. Harrison, S. Desroches, B. Cordeiro. Zrafflc Squad Bottom row, left to right: L. Rindal, C. Hesketh, J. Renaud, F. Rego, J. Pacheco, P. Harrison, P. Souza, J. Holden, P. Pacheco, J. Tanguay, S. Hartigan, B. Benoit. Second row, left to right: P. Duke, J. Audette, K. Lewis, D. Mayo, M. Roche, S. Macomber, S. Souza, A. Delano, L. Fisher, L. Silva, S. Ross, S. Barrows, K. Fletcher. 117 The Future Nurses Gub is under the di¬ rection of Mrs. Dennie, R. N., and the supervision of Mrs. Gignac. During the meetings the girls discuss the various types of nursing and schools. The club holds cake sales, dances, and other money-making projects, and at the end of the year, a scholarship is given to a senior who is a prospective nurse. THE OFFICERS Left to right: C. Desjeunes, Treasurer, S. Matland, President, D. Gray, Secretary, C. Gallagher, Vice-President. future Nurses’ Club ♦ » .«W M»JJ S. ; Bottom row, left to right: N. Winterbottom, J. Gignac, L. Rindal, L. Litchfield, C. Hesketh, N. Gaucher. Middle row, left to right: S. Matland, L. Holmes, K. Gibson, C. Marx, S. Tetrault. Top row, left to right: C. Tenczar, E. Cooper, D. Gray, E. Sylvia, C. Desjeunes, K. Larkin, S. Bresnahan, J. Beaumont. 118 The Future Teachers of America, under the direction of Miss Virginia Kowal, is part of a national organization promoting interest in the teaching profession. This year the girls filled food baskets for the needy and helped to organize the Annual Open House. Each year a scholar¬ ship is given to some deserving senior. future Zeachers of America THE OFFICERS Top row, left to right: S. Almeida, Secretary, M. Rato, Treasurer. Bottom row, left to right: J. Holden, President, J. Tanguay, Vice-President. Front row, left to right: S. Almeida, T. Rego, P. Souza, C. Axtell, J. Laverdiere, M. Kijima, J. Tanguay, J. Holden, M. Rato, R. Rato, Middle row, left to right: R. Nicolaci, H. Howard, B. Bouchard, N. Jones, J. Tillotson, L. Besse, J. Almeida, D. Logan, S. Laliberte, D. Jackson. Top row, left to right: J. Madeira, P. Mawn, L. Mejlander, S. Tetrault, K. Finch, A. Cromie, J. Marchand, K. Andrews. 119 French Club The French Club of Fairhaven High School, under the guidance of Mr. Dufour, is one of the most popular clubs. The pur¬ pose of this club is to increase the members’ understanding of French by the fluent oral use of this language. Many of its activities include watching French movies and listen¬ ing to guest speakers. During the National Foreign Language Week the French Club held a side-walk cafe. Each year the club gives scholarships to its most able and deserving members. THE OFFICERS Bottom row, left to right: J. German, Vice-President, B. Acksen, Treas¬ urer. Top row, left to right: S. Entin, President, K. Teixeira, Secre¬ tary. Bottom row, left to right: S. Whittier, J. Alexion, J. Bachman, R. Nicolaci, J. Hiller. Second row, left to right: C. Filipek, N. Morris, L. Rebello, B. Kszystyniak, L. Gifford, P. Lamoureux, T. Schlesinger, A. Trull, J. Furtado. Third row, left to right: M. Carpenter, J. Isherwood, B. Everett, L. Mejlander, J. Robitaille. 120 The Business Club is supervised by all the Business course teachers. Its aim is to promote interest in the busi¬ ness world and to encourage further education in this field. At meetings, the members discuss various opportunities in business and listen to guest speakers. This year the club sold candy in order to sponsor a scholarship. THE OFFICERS AND EXECUTIVE BOARD Back row, left to right: M. Machado, P. Bouley, S. Thomassen, J. Oliveira, P. Medeiros, S. Sylvia, B. Dellecese. Front row, left to right: D. Mayo, Secretary, S. Souza, Treasurer, J. Tavares, President, absent when picture was taken; N. Langevin, Vice-President. business Club Bottom row, left to right: M. Morgan, D. Mayo, H. Howard, D. Perry, V. Gilley, D. Kent, J. Tavares, J. Oliviera, P. Pacheco, S. Souza. Second row, left to right: P. Medeiros, S. Thomassen, D. Couto, C. Lamb, S. Macomber, K. Perry, R. Roderick, R. Chouinard, M. Nowell, N. Netinho. Third row, left to right: N. Bouley, B. Dellecese, L. Bisaillon, S. McCombe, R. Ryle, K. Lewis, D. Shurtleff, M. Roche, E. Vera, J. Audette, S. Sylvia. Top row, left to right: B. Pimental, J. Fernandes, P. Bouley, L. Roberts, P. Harrison, M. Machado, C. Ferreira, L. Prenda, A. Patrick, E. Paulino. 121 The Homemaking Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Modesto, learn advanced skills in homemaking. This year the girls held a fashion show which proved to be very successful. Bottom row, left to right: M. Haaland, Vice-President, C. Lariviere, President. Top row, left to right: L. Silvia, Secretary, D. Bizarro, Treasurer. Homemaking Club Back row, left to right: V. Mills, M. Haaland, K. Madeira, D. Johnson, D. Gray, U. Austenberg, L. Krogh, I. Poirier, S. Allen, S. Krogh, L. Prenda, N. Netinho, E. McLeod, E. McFarland. Front row, left to right: A. Davignon, L. Cabral, M. Hebert, N. Perry, L. Gustafson, D. Bizarro, L. Silvia. 122 Contact Club The newest club this year is the Contact Club. Its mem¬ bers consist of all students who wear contact lenses. The officers are as follows: R. Nicolaci, President, C. Ten- czar, Vice-President, F. Plezia, Secretary, S. Messier, Treasurer. " There’s my contact lens!” Kneeling, left to right: B. Kszystyniak, M. Carpenter, N. Winterbottom, R. Nicolaci, D. Sinclair. Standing, left to right: S. Messier, S. Mendell, G. Sykes, H. Barrow, F. Plezia, C. Tenczar. Act Club The Art Club, under the direction of Mr. Joseph Rapoza, enables its members to gain further experience in creative art. This year the club made calendars, held a dance, and went on a trip to New York. Bottom row, left to right: E. Silva, A. Hebert, C. Carmel, D. Astin, J. Rezendes, S. Silva. Second row: B. Shurt- leff, M. Nediewoski, D. Tollefson, C. Burns, H. Skarstein, F. Birtwistle. Top row, left to right: B. Silva, S. Blos¬ som, R. Charbonneau, R. Nickerson, D. Macomber. 123 Audio- Visual Club The Audio-Visual Club, under the supervision of Mr. Charles Foley, is always ready to provide teachers with projectors, tape recorders, or with record players. These boys give up some of their study periods, and they are of valuable as¬ sistance to Fairhaven High School. Back row, left to right: C. Sneziek, D. Manny, E. Chadbourne. Top row, left to right: R. Hoyle, A. Chartier, D. Lopes. Metal-Working Club This year the Metal-Working Club was formed. Under the direction of Mr. Sawicki, the boys gain experience in metal craft. Back row, left to right: R. Bauer, P. Lane, R. Raphael, D. Frates, G. Miranda, D. Beaulieu, J. Pauline, A. Govoni S. Monette, L. Costa, N. Pariseau, S. Bridges, D. Fletcher. Front row, left to right: S. Pemberton, J. Ferreira, R. Bernier, R. Harrison, S. Hanrahan. 124 Cibrary Club The library plays an important part in the educational facilities available at Fairhaven High School. The Library Club helps our new librarian, Mrs. Ray¬ mond Boyce, keep the library in fine order. | THE OFFICERS Left to right: S. McCombe, Vice-President, A. Patrick, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer, R. Anderson, President. Left to right: A. Patrick, S. McCombe, Mrs. Boyce, R. Anderson, A. Klubowicz, J. Paiva, J. Simpkin, D. Costa, C. Correira. 125 MAIN OFFICE Left to right: M. Machado, Mrs. Martin, M. Torres Office Assistants This active group of girls helps relieve our busy office workers. Their work includes anything from distributing bulletins to answering telephone calls. The office assistants should have our appreciation for a job well-done. VICE-PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE Left to right: S. Rebello, J. Fernandes, B. Dellecese, J. Audette, M. Roche, D. Mayo, K. Lewis, L. Bisaillon. 126 Zke 3rd Annual Zalent Assembly " Walterina Jachna” The Honters” " Robertino Aguiano” The Beatnicks 1 Cindy and Sue ' The Rondels ' Zhe Wand The Faithaven High School Band, under the supervision of Mrs. Dorothy DiDominico, can proclaim a successful year. This has been illustrated in the routines at football games and at the South Eastern Massachusetts Music Festival, where these musicians represent Fairhaven High creditably. Back row, left to right: L. Botelho, C. Knowles, C. Tetrault, C. Thompson, C. Longo, G. Jason, J. Jackson, M. Edwards, C. Fleurent, W. Livesly, R. Denault, R. Angers, N. Dlugosinski, J. Furtado, N. Davis, V. Morgan, T. Schlesinger, R. Leisey, Mrs. DiDominico, M. Houle. Center row, left to right: E. Long, L. Hayward, M. Carpenter, L. Holmes, P. Fredette, J. Alves, J. German, D. Clunie, D. Peirce, J. Pierce, D. Houle, C. Filipek, J. Ray. Front row, left to right: J. Camara, N. Higgins, K. Koczwara, S. Darwin, N. Morris, T. Furtado, S. Mendell, J. Harrison, D. Sinclair. Majorettes, left to right: P. Riley, J. Curcio, E. Sylvia, J. Cruz, C. Marx, P. Habicht. Banner Holders, K. Perry, J. Bachman. 128 Zhc Orchestra The orchestra, conducted by Mrs. Dorothy DiDominico, besides having taken part in school performances, participated in state and district concerts. Through the organiza¬ tion the members were given valuable experience in the interpretation, rhythm, and phras¬ ing of music. Back row, left to right: C. Tetrault, C. Knowles, G. Jason, M. Edwards, B. Kszystyniak, J. Jackson, R. Angers, W. Livesly, N. Dlugosinski, R. Leisey, Mrs. DiDominico, M. Houle. Middle row, left to right: N. Gaucher, J. Hiller, T. Furtado, L. Botelho, M. Carpenter, L. Hayward, E. Long, K. Koczwara, N. Higgins, J. Camara, D. Clunie, D. Peirce, C. Filipek, J. Ray. Front row, left to right: C. Tenczar, S. Mendell, V. Morgan, N. Morris, S. Darwin, D. Sinclair, J. Harrison, D. Houle, C. Longo, J. Furtado. 129 String Ensemble The string ensemble is a chamber group consisting of violas, violins, cellos, basses, and piano. This group is also under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy DiDominco. Back row, left to right: B. Kszystyniak, C. Knowles, C. Tenczar, N. Higgins, J. Hiller, N. Morris, V. Morgan, G. Jason, C. Tetrault, J. Jackson, M. Edwards. Seated, left to right: S. Mendell, L. Botelho, T. Furtado, D. Houle, C. Longo, J. Furtado. 130 ■■ Bottom row, left to right: P. Riley, E. Sylvia, P. Habicht. Top row, left to right: J. Curoio, J. Cruz, C. Marx. District Representatives Bottom row, left to right: N. Higgins, J. Camara, M. Houle, N. Gaucher, S. Medeiros, C. Desroches, K. Bolton, L. Holmes. Second row, left to right: T. Furtado, C. Tenczar, V. Morgan, N. Morris, B. Collins, D. Houle, J. Pierce. Top row, left to right: B. Kszystiniak, C. Longo, J. Furtado, S. Mendell, J. Ray. 131 Vocal rVZ 1 :; l.» a“ y K s.‘ n B—, K. ch V. Mendell, B. Collins. THE MIXED Bottom row, left to right: S. Almeida, L. Silva, B. Collins, E. McFarland, K. Andrews, S. Barrow, B. Codeiro, S; McCombe, T. Carr, D. Ruest, S. Waddington, K. Waitt, V. Gilley, A. Klubowick, R. Rato, J. Fernandes. Second row, left to right: Mrs. DiDominico, S. Davidson, G. Quinta, T. Risdal, C. Burns, S. Medeiros, C. Desroches, J. Dwelly, D. Sinclair, P. Fredette, T. Murphy, K. Bolton, N. Jones, S. Bresnaham, R. Brieze, I. Anderson, V. Mendell. Third row, groups Z ‘ V ' U:l LTZZiZ CHORUS left to right: L. Gifford, P. Duke, K. Finch, M. DAuteill, L. Holmes, M. Blodgett, B. Davies, D. Atwell, S. Messier, P. Souza, D. Baldwin, S. Matland, C. Bastien, E. Long. Top row, left to right: N. Higgins, V. Morgan, K. Ulrickson, J. Peirce, J. Pauline, R. Robitaille, F. Rego, M. Kijima, H. Howard, D. Howard, C. Tollefson, W. Young, C. Allen, W. Ridings. 133 Sports Coupled along with academic work, sports play an important part in any boy or girl’s life. This year proved to be no ex¬ ception. Although we suffered a few defeats, we enjoyed many victories. When we look back over the years, we will remem¬ ber them all. 135 Left to right — 1st row: D. Fletcher, H. Booth, W. Costa, C. Sniezek, P. Car doza, W. Lodge, S. DesRoches, B. Cordiero, D. Davignon, D. Paquette. 2nd row: R. Leisey, M. Janak, T. Johnson, B. Morgan, S. Bender, D. Ponte, F. Germano. 3rd row: R. Richards, D. Morgan, E. Philla, D. Lopes, M. Henriques, S. Baranowski, D. Baker, Coach Arieta. football WAYNE—GET THAT MAN! SCORES FOOTBALL 1964 FAIRHAVEN .12 ATTLEBORO.34 FAIRHAVEN .0 STANG... 34 FAIRHAVEN. 6 FEEHAN .25 FAIRHAVEN.0 NORTH ATTLEBORO.26 FAIRHAVEN .0 TAUNTON 42 FAIRHAVEN .6 COYLE .52 FAIRHAVEN .0 DURFEE .33 FAIRHAVEN. 12 VOKE ..0 FAIRHAVEN.0 DARTMOUTH .56 136 Ik 1964 The 1964 Fairhaven High Blue Devils performed valiantly, but unfortunately produced few victories. The boys on the team displayed strong determination and courage in the face of insurmountable odds. The shining hour of the season for the F.H.S. eleven came in the Vocational game which the Blue Devils won, 12-0. A new addition to the coaching staff was Coach Alan August, who instructed the linemen. Head Coach Warren Griffin, in his second year at the helm, and Coach Arieta rounded out the staff. These men did a fine job in keeping spirits up and teaching good sportsman¬ ship in the darkest hour. STARTING TEAM: Left to right: D. Paquette, W. Lodge, B. Cordiero, S. Baranowski, W. Costa, D. Baker, D. Fletcher. Back row: S. DesRoches, H. Booth, C. Sniezek, D. Davignon, B. Morgan. 137 basketball 1964-65 RANDY BILLY JOHN JOHN The 1964-65 basketball squad started its season with a nucleus of only two starters from the previous year, John Marsden and John Runcis. The question was " What kind of team shall we have? " It was soon answered. Coach Wayne Wilson’s record for the season was 10 wins and 8 losses. This season was highlighted by the upset defeat of Coyle 47 to 40 which eliminated them from first place. The boys lost a few tight ones which could have gone either way. Fairhaven High School is in a rough league, but the boys held their own this year. They did their best throughout the season and at one time had a winning streak of five games. The Blue Devils hustled, scrapped and showed unlimited determination. We, at Fairhaven, are proud of our boys because they not only proved themselves to be athletes on the floor, but true gentlemen on and off the court. The squad will lose the services of five seniors: John Runcis, John Marsden, Joe Dwelly, Billy Dumas, and Dennis Alves. Next year another group of athletes starts anew to carry on the record of true sportsmanship and spirit typical of our Fairhaven boys. SCORES Fairhaven 54 Stang 46 Fairhaven 43 Durfee 45 Fairhaven 61 Coyle 65 Fairhaven 62 Voke 55 Fairhaven 72 Old Rochester 47 Fairhaven 67 Taunton 55 Fairhaven 70 Feehan 37 Fairhaven 54 N. Attleboro 45 Fairhaven 43 Attleboro 48 Fairhaven 70 Stang 61 Fairhaven 33 Durfee 71 Fairhaven 47 Coyle 40 Fairhaven 58 Voke 63 Fairhaven 44 Dartmouth 53 Fairhaven 35 Taunton 45 Fairhaven 65 Feehan 52 Fairhaven 67 N. Attleboro 33 Fairhaven 46 Attleboro 56 PAUL 138 HOWIE TOMMY Left to right: W. Dumas, J. Dwelly, T. Johnson, J. Runcis, Coach Wilson, R. Lelsey, J. Marsden, H. Barrow, P. Bat- tainl. Left to right: W. Morgan, C. Patenaude, M. Henriques, G. Sykes, R. Foster, Coach Arieta, D. Natinho, M. Janak, J. Twarog, R. Fletcher, M. Barcellos. 139 These pictures courtesy of NEW BEDFORD STANDARD TIMES Left to right, first row: B. Morgan, M. Henriques, R. Macedo, J. Marsden, F. Plezia, H. Young, T. Cabral. Second row: S. Pallatroni, E. Hartigan, H. Jackna, F. Faria, C. Sniezek, G. Mello, D. Alves, J. Dwelly, Coach Wilson. baseball 1964 The Fairhaven High School baseball team had a fine 14 and 5 record, and finished in second place in the Bristol County League. The team was eligible for the state tourney. John Marsden led the pitchers, while Harry Young, Tom Cab¬ ral, Joe Dwelly and Steve Pal¬ latroni led the hitters. High¬ light of the season was a no hitter pitched by Frank Faria and Russ Macedo against Provi¬ dence Country Day. Sniezek on the prowl!! 142 Fairhaven . . 3 Taunton .. ...4 Fairhaven . . 4 Voke .... -0 Fairhaven _ . 1 Providence Country Day ..0 Fairhaven . . 10 Coyle .... ...2 Fairhaven _ .. 0 North Attleboro . -7 Fairhaven . .10 Feehan .. ...1 Fairhaven _ . 3 Stang . -0 Fairhaven... .... 10 Attleboro . 4 Fairhaven— . . 6 Feehan ... -2 Fairhaven _ ..9 Voke . ? Fairhaven .. . 3 Dartmouth . 10 Fairhaven _ .. 1 Coyle . -3 Fairhaven... .6 Durfee . 7 Fairhaven . . 3 Durfee . .10 Fairhaven . . 5 North Attleboro . -3 Fairhaven .. . 2 Providence Country Day ..1 Fairhaven.... . 4 Stang . ..0 Fairhaven.. . 1 Taunton . ...0 Fairhaven_ .16 Attleboro . -1 What are you thinking about, Tom? Whip that ball, Steve. 143 Zrack 1964 Left to right, Top: Tom Booth, Steve Bender, David Marujo, Dick Fletcher, Tom Johnson, Chris Allen, Mark Simon, Phil Doran, Wayne Lodge, Dave McCombe, Dana Morgan. Middle: Phil DeBlois, Harry Booth, Scott Morris, Wayne Gallant, Tom Alferes, Roger Lussier, Mike Blodgett. Front: Dennis Mello, Ronny Howland, Allen Patenaude, John Wojick, Joe Amaral, Larry Patasini, Mike Hendriques, Walt Harrison, Roger Suprenant. Coach: Mike Dodge. In 1964 the Fairhaven High School track team, under the supervision of Coach Mike Dodge made an especially fine showing. The fine work of the team as a whole, and the personal achievements of Allen Patenaude, who set new course records as well as Bristol County and State records. The team ended the season with a 5 and 3 record. Our New England State Champion On The Move. flew England Champion This page has been dedicated as a special salute by the Class of ’65 to Allen Patenaude, one of Fairhaven’s finest athletes ever. Allen has brought home continued glory and recognition to F.H.S. by virtue of his outstanding per¬ formances in track and field. It would be diffi¬ cult in such restricted space to give full credit to all of Allen’s accomplishments on the oval. Allen is the owner of several track records both locally and on the state level. Coupled with his numerous State and New England titles, Allen has done a truly remarkable job in bringing credit to F.H.S. and the community. Therefore it is now the desire of the Class of ’65 to wish Allen Patenaude all the good fortune possible on his paths to the XIX Olympiad in 1968. ALLEN PATENAUDE 145 1st row, left to right: J. Twarog, N. Locke, J. Howell, J. Camara, M. Sitnick. 2nd row, left to right: Coach Twarog, P. Renfree, C. Faria, J. German. Zennis 1964 Now this is the way you do it, explains coach Twarog. The 1964 Fairhaven High School tennis team enjoyed an excellent sea¬ son. It was highlighted by consistent victories and double wins. Led by Peter Renfree, and Ned Locke, this team was one of the finest ever to grace the courts of Fairhaven High. Much credit must be given to Coach Edward Twarog, who inspired the boys all the way. -+++ " =5 -TFWp TTTTTT T mtTF T 146 Qolf 1964 Left to right: W. Costa, D. Divignon, W. Young, H. Barrow, W. Wlodyka, M. Janik, M. Janson. In 1964 GOLF was introduced into the Fairhaven High School athletic pro¬ gram. Golf is not so much a game of physical development as it is character development. The 1964 team had its share of characters. The eight man team was coached by Mr. Roland Se¬ quin, and played its matches at New Bedford Public Links. The members were Bob Martin, Harold O’Brien, Wayne Young, Wayne Costa, Walter Wlodyka, Howie Barrows, Mike Janak, and Mike Janson. The first year in the league is a trial year. The Blue Devils linksmen compiled a 6-6-2 record for the season. It was a great showing for a first year team, at Fairhaven High. Howling 1964 Fairhaven ' s Pin Sweepers. In 1964 bowling was introduced at Fairhaven. This sport gave students who were not able to compete in regu¬ lar Varsity sports a chance to show their skills. Using the facilities at Fairhaven’s Atlantic Ten Pin lanes the team en¬ joyed a wonderful season. 147 Front row, left to right: E. Long, J. Holden, L. Dumoulin, (capt.), B. Pimental, J. Pacheco, S. Matland. 2nd row, left to right: Miss Campbell, D. Jackson, D. Gifford, S. Amaral, A. Delano (Timer), C. Gallagher (Timer), D. Shurt- leff (Statistician), K. Foley (Manager). (Jid’s basketball 1964 The girl’s basketball team, under the direction of Miss Jean Campbell, enjoyed one of its most rewarding seasons this year. Compiling a record of 6 wins and 1 loss, the girls tied the New Bedford High School Girl’s team for first place honors in the Greater New Bedford Division of the Bristol County League. Besides winning the majority of their games, the F.H.S. girls showed the admirable qualities of teamwork and sportsmanship that are essential in any sport. The outstanding senior players were our captain Linda Dumoulin, Bev Pimental, Janet Pacheco, Joyce Holden, Sharon Mat- land, and Elaine Long. Coach Campbell and Linda Dumoulin talk over the season. 148 Front row, left to right: N. Morris, S. Thomassen, M. Borowicz, C. Tetrault, J. Curcio, A. Cromie. 2nd row, left to right: S. Sylvia, T. Hogan, D. Santos, S. Waddington, L. Fisher, Miss Campbell. The Fairhaven Girl’s Junior Varsity, led by captain Cynthia Tetrault, com¬ piled a record of 3 wins and 4 losses. The Basketball Twist 149 Zhirty-Ninth Edition of Zhe Huttlestonian EDITORIAL STAFF EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Stephen H. Messier Kathleen Teixeira FACULTY ADVISOR Manuel Fontes ASSOCIATE EDITOR Dolores Mayo SENIORS CURRICULUM Sandra Almeida, Editor Steve Entin, Editor Claire Marx, Assist. Barbara Acksen, Assist. Kathy Pease Kathy Lewis Polly Ann Harrison Bette Lou Everett Joan Laverdiere John German Jean Alexion Tom Schlesinger Allen Patenaude Janet Tanguay Scott Morris Rosalie Nicolaci Linda Sowa Norma Langevin Cindy Axtell Carol Gallagher June Audette Nancy Winterbottom ACTIVITIES STAFF ARTIST Alden Trull, Editor Toni Rego, Assist. 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Malcolm Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kunz Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Brasor Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Trainor Mr. and Mrs. Miss Virginia Kowal Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson H. Hiller Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Foley Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Dias Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eliot A. Hayward Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Anthony Baldassarre Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Lawton William Oliveira Homer B. Robinson Charles C. Entwistle Donald J. B. Dufour Paul Knipe Carlton Albritton Richard Beserosky Kenneth J. Noyer Octavio A. Modesto Willard B. Voss Walter Sawicki Joseph Rapoza Richard L. Arieta Alexander G. Clement 153 MELVIN HOWARD, PHOTOGRAPHER KELSEY STUDIO Photographs With a Creative Flair HYANNIS Spring 5-2552 Good Luck THE McCOMBE FAMILY Compliments of J. 0. M. V ■Howdy Beefburgers r We feed ' em the finest . . . fastest . . . for the fewest pennies! finest quality ALL-BEEF BURGERS Thick Shakes, Cold Drinks, French Fries The World ' s Finest Coffee HOWDY BEEFBURGER .DRIVE-IN OPEN 7 DAYS 10:30 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT Purchase St., Next to Tech Compliments of HARBOR BEACH CLUB 155 Ask Your Hairdresser Which Smart " Look " is Your Look! TINA ' S CLIP CURL BEAUTY SALON Bridge Street and Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Mass. WY 2-6483 Cutting Permanents Weddings Parties Special Occasions Dances NANCY ' S MUSIC MAKERS FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE 204 Brownell Street TELEPHONE New Bedford, Mass. 994-9760 Compliments of GEO. O ' HARA CHEVROLET, INC. 545-573 Mill Street New Bedford, Mass. WYman 7-9486 JOE ' S ATLANTIC SERVICE 86-88 Middle St. WYman 3-8422 FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 156 1 l Best Wishes from A FRIEND WORTHINGTON ' S BAKERY 48 Rodney French Blvd. 997-7947 and 995-3541 2161 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford Compliments of SAXON ' S FURNITURE 884 So. Water St. New Bedford, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of ’65 from A E WELDING SERVICE Mfg. Railings, Columns, and Ornamental Iron 994-7761 BILL ' S BARBER SHOP 17 Rotch St. Fairhaven, Mass. 1 C. F. CUSHING SON Leather Goods and Luggage 21 1 Union St. New Bedford, Mass. Telephone 2-5318 PHONE 996-5888 QUALITY h r CLEANERS d_b Hair Styles by EVE Creative Styling 531 Slocum Rd. North Dartmouth, Mass. 89 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. 992-8277 1 Hr. Dry Cleaning Same Day Shirt Service 157 Compliments of TAVANO CONSTRUCTION CO. Compliments of M K RESTAURANT 386 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of G. L. Cunningham Associates R. K. ELLIS PHONE 3-8293 RALPH ' S RADIO T.V. SHAWMUT AVE. GARAGE 953 Shawmut Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 997-7929 SERVICE Television Sales and Guaranteed Repairs 43 Center St. Fairhaven, Mass. Good Luck QUALITY RESTAURANT 23 Center St. Fairhaven Congratulations to the Class of ‘65 MORIN ' S FAMILY LIQUOR MART Good Luck Class of ' 65 AMERICAN LEGION POST 166 Main St. Fairhaven MILLICENT BEALS CERAMICS Gifts—Lessons—Supplies 748 Sconticut Neele Road Fairhaven, Mass. 158 ft COmPLEXE “DEL I CAT E.5SEN ' •COUi COTS BREftb ( WD Rolls- % 28 h VJRSHm TOW ST.TKvN. call- qqz-88G8 Compliments of GEORGE J. ALLEN AND CO. PLUMBING AND HEATING 96 Middle Street New Bedford, Mass. 159 Tel. 992-8911 Res. 992-8976 COX ' S Home Made Candies DELANO FURNITURE CO. 115 Huttleston Ave. Route 6 Fairhaven, Mass. 755 Purchase St., New Bedford, Mass. Home Furnishers 1285 Acushnet Avenue 1. HOROWITZ New Bedford, Mass. JAN ' S BEAUTY SALON Gabe Moura Charming Hair Creations for a more youthful YOU 3 Karen Ave. Fairhaven, Mass. ORCHARD GRILLE 1345 Acushnet Ave. Home Cooked Food 992-8429 WY 6-2551 AMBULANCE—DIAL—AMBULANCE 583-0642 24 HOUR SERVICE THE BLUE AMBULANCE Tel . WYman 2-9141 PEPIN ' S MEN ' S APPAREL SERVICE, INC. 1 14 Leach Ave. Brockton, Mass. 1263 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. GUY ' S REXALL PHARMACY A Prompt Prescription Service Free Delivery Loft Candies FRIEND 160 Compliments of THE ATLAS TACK CORP. Best of Luck to the Class of ' 65 THE BROWNE PHARMACIES 2 Convenient Locations FAIRHAVEN CENTER and SCONTICUT NECK Tel. 997-7522 996-9307 CRYSTAL ICE CO. 178 FRONT STREET at the Foot of Middle St. New Bedford, Mass. ICE CUBES Open 24 Hours CASH AND CARRY Congratulations from 62 , INC. BOAT ICING WHOLESALE AND RETAIL THE NATIONAL BANK OF FAIRHAVEN BISAILLONS GARAGE General Auto Repairing Painting and Straightening 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 653 Washington St. East Fairhaven, Mass. WY 4-5058 Compliments of WHITTENTON GARMENT CORP. Manufacturers of Nurses Uniforms HOUR " 24 " DUTY 163 Compliments of REYNOLDS ' BOTTLED GAS INC. NO. DARTMOUTH, MASS. Compliments of NORTHEAST MARINE ELECTRONICS NOVICK JEWELERS 926 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. - HATHAWAY OIL CO., INC. For s hea¥ Call the Blue Fleet 501 County Street • New Bedford • Massachusetts Telephone 3-1751 164 I A FRIEND QUALITY MARKET 398 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. WYman 3-3878 Best Wishes and Success for the Graduating Class of 1965 From the King of Color Television TONY COSTA, Class of ' 50 NEWBURY TV 410 Main St., Fairhaven WYman 3-2606 If it isn ' t from Newburys, chances are you paid too much. GEORGE FERREIRA PAINTING AND DECORATING 35 Charity Stevens Lane Fairhaven, Mass. WY 2-1593 165 Best of Luck— ROSELAWN FARM AL AND ARLENE GONSALVES Tel. 997-9336 145 Washington St. Fairhaven NORLANTIC DIESEL, INC. Union Wharf Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. WYman 3-0652 COMPLIMENTS OF ALBERT ' S DONUT SHOP Pies—Cakes—Pastries—Donuts We Specialize in Birthday and Wedding Cakes Opposite 925 Brock Ave. St. Anne ' s Church New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of SMITH ' S SPORTS STORE Sporting Goods by MacGregor, Wilson, and Rawlings 1875 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford, Mass. 166 1 Compliments of ATLANTIC TEN PIN LANES " The Bowlers ' Country Club " FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Rt. 6 Compliments of RENDEZVOUS State Rd. No. Dartmouth, Mass. Compliments of GEORGE GRAY AND THE STAFF of WBSM WBSM-FM New Bedford ' s Most Powerful and Papular Radio Voices Congratulations from THE FIRST SAFE DEPOSIT NATIONAL BANK Greater New Bedford ' s Full-Service Family Bank 167 AL T. COUCCI, Prop. Tel. 995-6332 BAYLIES SQUARE PLATE GLASS CO. 1800 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Corner Bates St. Mass. Happiness and Success to the Class of 1965 EDWARD F. GILLUM Beef—Lamb—Provisions 113 Chestnut St. Fairhaven 993-9251 KAY JEWELRY CO. 760 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 999-6387 A FRIEND DAN ' S MARKET 342 Main St. Fairhaven Congratulations from OXFORD PHARMACY INC. 348 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. DRIVE SLOW for the Life You Save May Be Your Own MANUEL OLIVERA Police Chief Keep Fire-Safe Year Round FRANK ROGERS Fire Chief FAIRHAVEN MOTORS 32 Rotch Street Fairhaven, Mass. lJkFEEEEBS} MANUEL G. SOUZA Prop. WYman 66731 Compliments of STYLE BEAUTY SALON 331 Main St. Fairhaven t AL ' S PACKAGE STORE 360 North Main Street No. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. 2-0084 Compliments of VANDER POL NURSERY 169 SOUTHEASTERN IflBBj MASSACHUSETTS BOWLING ASSOCIATION D ' ANDRADE AUTO of the American Bowling Congress SERVIC E General Auto Repairs JOHN PIMENTAL, President 125 Bates St. New Bedford, Mass. 995-6228 125 Tinlcham St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 993-2988 WALTER ' S DOROTHY ANN BEAUTY SALON ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Gas—Oil—Tires—Batteries—Accessories Tel. WYman 6-9327 134 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Massachusetts 227 Union Street New Bedford, Mass. Specialists in all phases of beauty culture .993-4958 Compliments of AL ' S FISH CHIPS Compliments of BROWN ' S CLAMBAKE 364 Main St. Fairhaven ERNEST BORGES A N A No. 28704 N.B.C.C. No. 5 Cesspools and Septic Tanks Pumped and Cleaned Fairhaven, Mass. WY 3-4197 WHALING CITY COIN CO. ROLAND S. FORTIER | 358 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. 170 _ Compliments of LAWRENCE B. MAXFIELD Compliments of DARLING ' S FLOWER SHOP Compliments of the Gowns Aprons Coats Towels HOWLAND CASA BLANCA INC. 73 Chancery Street New Bedford, Mass. TELEPHONE 2-4981 FAMILY LIQUOR MART, INC. Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. LEO ' S DONUT SHOP Route 6 Mattapoisett, Mass. Best Wishes STELLA PIFKO DANCE STUDIO BRISTOL BLDG. 758 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. STELLA MARNIK, Instructor OLD DUTCH CLEANING CENTER 269 Sawyer St. New Bedford, Mass. Pick Up and Delivery Service 171 KARTEN ' S JEWELERS K ENT FISHING CORP. 850 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 997-7790 BOAT " SYLVIA MAE " 174 North Walnut Street Fairhaven, Mass. Marine Electronics WY 9-6126 Phone SHOP PHONE Phone 995-7041 993-5884 995-5069 R. A. DUGAS W. BASTRACHE MARINE radio-electric CO., INC. PIER 4 MARINE SERVICE SUPPLY PIER 4—NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 42-44 Main Street Fairhaven, Mass. General Boat Repairs Marine Electrical Repairs Diesel Specialists Machine Shop Service TOPSIDE HOLDEN PADELFORD FISHERMEN OUTFITTERS BOAT ICING CO., INC. Protective Clothing Supplies RUBBER—NEOPRENE Pier 4, New Bedford, Mass. Phone: 996-4053 61 Oakland Street New Bedford, Mass. GARDNER HOLDEN Frederick Padelford WYman 2-7559 WYman 4-1685 Good Luck to the Class of ' 65 FAIRHAVEN PHARMACY MR. AND MRS. and Surgical Supply Center LOUIS W. CARDOZA 208 Main St. Tel. 7-0006 Fairhaven, Mass. 172 1 If MANNY ' S AUTO BODY CASA BLANCA Over the Cogeshall Bridge Auto Repairing and Painting 24 HR. SERVICE Tel. WY 2-6176 All kinds of seafoods, Steaks, Chicken, etc. PHONE WY 4-0615 MANNY ' S SHELL 130 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Mass. WY 2-2239 Road Service HUTTLESTON SUNOCO SERVICE TOM and MANNY, Proprietors 122 Huttleston Ave. Tel. 992-8683 Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of ORPHEUM BARBER SHOP 1006 S. Water St. New Bedford, Mass. WY 6-9813 AL MELLO ' S Drum Shop and Drum Studio " EVERYTHING FOR THE DRUMMER " Private Instruction Home or Studio 198 Cornell Street New Bedford, Mass. WYman 3-8243 Compliments of SURPRENANT ' S MARKET The Store of Quality and Service 746 Brock Avenue New Bedford, Mass. STORE WY 3-6730 173 i OFFICE PHONE RES. PHONE WYman 3-1231 WYman 3-3233 A FRIEND ERVIN R. SPACH MASTER PLUMBER Reg. No. 5084 Plumbing — Heating 93 Allen Street New Bedford, Mass. FAIRHAVEN RELIABLE TAXI Main St. Tel. 2-1800 GOOD LUCK A FRIEND C. F. DELANO HARDWARE INC. Compliments of BRIDGES OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC. Corner of Mill and Cottage Streets New Bedford, Mass. Phone 997-4546 COSTA ' S HOME DELIVERY Breads, Pastry, Rolls TEL. WY 4-6075 NETINHO BROTHERS Real Estate Brokers FRANK NETINHO ANTONE NETINHO 8 Hawthorne St. 54 Oaklawn St. Fairhaven, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. WY 3-2507 WY 6-1231 174 i GUY ' S REXALL PHARMACY D. B. Mendell, R. A. Guay, B. D. Guy, Reg. Pharms. 69 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. Phone WY 4-2644 Compliments of FAIRHAVEN HARDWARE JOSEPH REZENDES Carpenter and Builder Specializing in Home and Commercial Maintenance 36 Charity Stevens Lane Fairhaven, Mass. WYman 3-4148 Compliments of SCANDIA PROPELLER Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of LIBERTY CONSTRUCTION Best Wishes to the Class of ’65 From RONNIE ' S INC. BARBER SHOP Bulldozer and Backhoe Service Sand, Gravel and Loam Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. WY 2-2566 73 Adams St. Fairhaven Tel. WY 7-8489 Compliments of P. J. HASTE REALTY 749 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass Compliments of D. B. and L. B. 175 for over 100 years has meant “THEE MOST” in Cutting Tools MORSE TWIST DRILL MACHINE CO NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS A DIVISION OF UNIVERSALAMERICAN CORPORATION 176 Compliments of VICTOR N. FLEURENT, INC. General Contractors I I Jeannett St. Fairhaven WY 4-7321 " OVER THE RIVER " and Down the Wharf to . . . MacLEAN ' S SEA FOOD Fish—Lobsters—Shellfish HOME OF KING SIZE LOBSTERS Union Wharf. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. WYman 7-9358 177 HI-WAY SERVICE CENTER Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of WINTERBOTTOM POULTRY FARM |j DOT ' S Compliments of DONUT MID-CITY SHOP AUTO PARTS Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven Other Offices in Quincy, Lynn, Norwood and Brockton, Mass. MEADY Compliments of PERSONNEL SERVICE D. B. and L. B. Personnel Consultants Employment Agency 222 Union St. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of TRADING POST SPIC SPAN PACKAGE STORE FLOOR SERVICE—WASH—WAX—PAINT Route 6 Mattapoisett 994-5511 Liquors, Groceries, Diner ALFRED BENOIT Fairhaven Barber Shop 72 North St. 178 LOUISE FLOWER SHOP Flowers, Floral Pieces and Potted Plants 486 Pleasant St. New Bedford, Mass. WYman 3-6534 TEDDY ' S SHELL SERVICE STATION County and Middle Sts. New Bedford, Mass. POOR BROTHERS Registered Jeweler—American Gem Society 169 Union St. New Bedford 993-0157 Delivery Service TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS, INC. Office Machines and Equipment All Makes of Portables SOLD—RENTED—SERVICED 271 Union Street New Bedford Phone—WYman 7-7034 179 GULF HILL DAIRY, INC. Visit Our Ice Cream Parlor on Gulf Road and Try Our Ice Cream That is Still Made the Old Fashion Way OPENED YEAR ROUND FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Compliments of ASHLEY FORD SALES, INC. 359 Mt. Pleasant St. New Bedford 180 Congratulations from PACHECO ' S HARDWARE 959 So. Water St. New Bedford, Mass. Suzuki Motorcycles Sylvania T.V. Sporting Goods WY 2-4607 Housewares " For the Best—Try the Nest " THE NEST Italian Foods—Famous for Pizza Fairhaven Rd., Rte. 6, at the Herring Run SK 8-2901 Telephone WYman 2-8608 LUNDS CORNER R S SERVICE STATION CLEANERS Repairing—Lubrication • Accessories Complete Dry Cleaning Service 446 Washington St. Shirt Service—Tailoring—Alterations Fairhaven, Massachusetts 2162 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford Best Wishes from MARINUS VANDER POL Landscape Architect and Nurseryman DICK ' S GULF STATION TREES—SHRUBS—EVERGREENS—PERENNIALS Just under the water tower 763 Washington St. Fairhaven Fairhaven 992-0330 181 Compliments of FAIRHAVEN PIONEER MARKET Compliments of JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF GREATER NEW BEDFORD Compliments of BARBERO ' S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Compliments of FURTADO ' S DAIRY NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 995-3117 WEBER ' S BENOIT SQUARE BARBER SHOP WEBER R. TORRES JR. Prop. 344 Main Street fa North Fairhaven 994-9821 AND BEAUTY SHOP 344 Main Street North Fairhaven 994-6676 VULIETTE CARREIRO Manager Compliments of THE KEY CLUB 184 KNOTTY PINE ITALIAN FAMILY KITCHEN 2164 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Open 12 P.M. to 12 A.M. 7 days a week For the Best In a New Home Call HAMLET HOMES INC. FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 99-61584


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