Fairhaven High School - Huttlestonian Yearbook (Fairhaven, MA)

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' C4 ) Lih ' ef LU2s7tC ' C vu - sQ - -- — ' A 6 rUyQ y. t czA -e coL • CtSC ' s t csLA 0 s X MsMs o £f ' L JZ r ' 7 A A j r 2 ADMltitiSliSfrlON Mr. Stanley J. Grabiec, Principal Mr. Carlton C. Albritton, Vice-Principal Dr. Edward J. Donnelly Director of Guidance Mr. Melvin Entin Director of Physical Education and Athletics Guidance Counselors 1 o a i) 0 r L X O j 0 C James Lanagan, Jr. Virginia Kowal Cletus Malloy THE CIRCLE Yesterday a child came out to wonder Caught a dragonfly inside a jar Fearful when the sky was full of thunder And tearful at the falling of a star Then the child moved ten times ’round the seasons Skated over ten clear frozen streams Words like, when you’re older, must appease him And promises of someday make his dreams. Sixteen springs and sixteen summers gone now Cartwheels turn to carwheels thru the town And they tell him, take your time, it won’t be long now Till you drag your feet to slow the circles down. So the years spin by and now the boy is twenty Though his dreams have lost some grandeur coming true, There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty Before the last revolving year is through. 4 GAME And the seasons they go round and round And the painted ponies go up and down We’re captive on a carousel of time We can’t return we can only look behind From where we came And go round and round and round In the circle game. -Joni Mitchell .5 " We’re captive on the carousel of time . • • « round and round and round in the circle Life is a carousel — a never-ending circle of that precious thing we call time. We’re all riding this carousel of life. What are we doing with this " time” as we travel along I Ml: ' 325 - f JPjSsSP - s%?. r- ,:; . A i on the carousel? Are we sitting back and just riding the carousel — a long, boring, monotonous, uneventful ride? Or are we sitting up and riding with eagerness and anticipation, always riding the ups and downs, and enjoying the ride with the others on the carousel? Are we sitting back and gazing idly at the scenery as it passes by? Or are we really trying, as we go by, to see, and observe, and learn about that scenery? Are we sitting back and letting the carousel carry us where it will, content to waste our time forever traveling in meaningless, pointless circles? Or are we taking a chance in this game of life — are we using our precious time striving to find fulfillment and meaning in our lives by trying to grab and secure that elusive golden ring of the carousel — that secret of happiness and meaning? This is what Joni Mitchell is asking us in THE CIRCLE GAME. And it’s up to each one of us to find our own answers to her questions . -a Dedication When an author writes a book, he dedicates it to the person or persons who’ve helped him the most while he was writing the book. We, as Seniors, are not only the characters of this book, but we are also the authors. So, why don’t we, as authors and as individuals, dedicate this book to those people who have done the most for us during our three years at FHS? Why don’t we dedicate this book to our FRIENDS? Can’t we all think of a special friend or friends we’d like to say " Thank you” to? Think back and remember those little things. Remember lending homework papers, and laughing at each other’s jokes? And remember those late nights together, cramming for a test, or frantically typing up a term paper? We’ve helped each other every step of the way. What about those other times — those times when we sat together quietly, and talked — frankly and earnestly — about ourselves, our future, our lives? We’ve shared so much — our confidence, our trust, our hope, our thoughts, and our feelings — we’ve shared ourselves. We’ve helped each other to learn and to grow. We’ve helped each other to reach the last chapter of this book together. So, as authors of our book, let’s each of us dedicate this part of our lives to ourselves — to our friends — to each other. 7 . r s z .jf 0 - -v v m V - ,m (sn ■ . f? , ft- g; W jfP j»» JM ' Ktf :Jmr.i; Vi B». ] EDUCATORS r And they tell him, take your time, it wont be long now. n Peter Anthony Stephen Barriteau Stephen Bender Peter Borowiec Stella Borowiec, Business Dept. Chmn. Florence Chase Charles Cipollini Mary Louise Boyce Raymond G. Boyce Science Dept. Chmn. Norman Burr Alma-Jean Campbell Robert Clarkson Margaret Congdon Rene Drouin Allen Duarte Donald J. B. Dufour George Evans Language Dept. Chmn. Linda Jarek Jacqueline Machado Robert Margeson 12 John Haaland Margaret Lister John Malcolm Math Dept. Chmn. Jane Martin Robert Marchand Kathryn McCollester Patricia Mello Gary Monuteaux Pierre Paquin Social Studies Dept. Chmn. Alan Pehrson James Peterson Dana Pierce Mabel Pina Evelyn Pursley Janice Randall Joseph Rapoza Susan Richard John Risgin Antonio Santos Irene Setteducatti Music Dept. Chmn. Michael Shea William Silva Susan Swanson Sue Trafton Gail Waltz English Dept. Chmn. Evelyn Shapiro 13 Office Staff— Esther Perry, Evelyn Martin, Jeanne Sylvia, Alice York, Lee Paiva. Cafeteria Staff - - Marien Thomas, Jane Desrosiers, Lillian Patkay, Lillian Gautreau, Patricia Ogara, Stefanie Tatro, Grace Foley, Lucille Bennett. Custodial Staff — Richard Jenncy, Helen Tenczar, Ronald Medeiros, Leonard Roderick, Dellmer Sylvia, Edwin Ribiero. Fairhaven’s own Bobby Orr! Mild mannered biology teacher — alias field hockey coach. Gee, Mr. Duane, that’s a " fairy” nice shirt. " Smile if ya lying? . . . Oh! Oh! There it is! . there’s so much you have to know . . -Cat Stevens I was once like you are now, and I know that it’s not easy to be calm when you’ve found Something going on, but take your time, think a lot, why think of everything you’ve got, For you will still be here tomorrow but your dreams may not. . . sit down, take it slowly ACTIVITIES " Yesterday a Child Came Out to Wonder. . . Huttlestonian CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Susan Murray and Ann Almeida HEADS OP DEPARTMENTS Activities: Kathy Costa Underclassmen: Kathy Lopes Sports: Wendy Silvia Assist.: Maureen Manley Faculty: Stephanie Silva Business: Rosemary Keighley Photography: Mike Hartigan MISSING FROM PICTURE Seniors: Kris Krosschell Assist.: Bill O’Mara Photography: Doug Robinson mWHL The 1976 Huttlestonian Staff 20 The Spray uu K - ; ; ■ I Ji m J Editor, Teresa Flavin; Assistant, Sharon Metheny Student Council 21 Honor Society AFS Art Club Library Aides 22 French Club SAE 23 A. V. Club Key Club Gourmet Foods Club Sewing Club SRI I f if -ti JrJK JS .S Sr Egtt ' L i Office Workers 2i : Dance Band jH mZ aa-? ! A i £ W-M A m •-» : .311 S ' % 1 Jazz Band Orchestra 26 Districts Triple Quartet .4} 1 y Wk Lvffi V _ h. oigw wink li jn • M c ): ‘a 1 f- l llggf j| ?Bv . uJQIp firTMr V J ’ it ' H x : Jj(k Jfj T 1 VjB 1 v5 l tfu ffll ' jRI _Ml ji L ' jMk . flwif JHI f If pM 4 Pl j If £ yi is. EWprr? ifiRL n ML " Wa; i 1 W 4 ..1 J 1 wU»y ' yg B A ' HL£ |v « W y aBX : ' : g 9 4J: ' A ft Chorus 77 Color Guard Blue Spirit Pep Squad Cheerleaders . ■kmgjri M M- ; ■ a r | 1 -HI : jg» ii OTU W » LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Chandler, Marie Larocque, Gigi Howland, Doreen Renaud, Debbie Costa — Head. Linda Cabral, Joanne Carvalho, Gail Labonte, Janet Ferreira 29 HOMECOMING WEEK The week of October 27th to November 1st, 1975, was a special one at FHS. Our Homecoming week’s events began as we held the first annual Fifties Day on Friday. Our football team’s 35-12 victory over Dighton-Rehoboth highlighted the week, and set the stage for the Homecoming Dance that night. The end of a memorable week was climaxed when the Court was announced, and Jessica Diggle crowned Queen and Lynne Healy her Lady-in-Waiting. Old days Good times I remember Old days Filled with foolish pleasure Bring me back to a time gone away Memories seem like yesterday Chicago Fairhaven — " a whale of a town. 32 SPORTS " Then the child moved ten times ’round the seasons. ” Football 1975 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: F. Motta, J. Bettencourt, S. Ransom, R. Pease, W. Fernandes, S. Foster, J. Hennessey, R. Canastra, M. Santos, P. Gordon, T. Duarte, N. Bonito. SEC OND ROW: T. Foster, G. Casey, C. Devlin, E. Fleurent, B. Wolfgang, D. Rousseau, P. Desrosiers, S. Young, P. Demanche, C. Tillett, J. Carney, R. Bergeron, S. Benoit. THIRD ROW: B. Chase, G. Valley, C. Allaire, E. Chase, A. Tyson, S. Viera, T. DeTerra, G. Feener, M. Edwards, R. Sylvia, D. Bancroft, J. Daniels. FOURTH ROW: F. Martens, M. Wright, D. Quit, K. Correia, T. Szartek, B. Perry, G. LaBonte, M. Collins, T. Frias, E. Hsia, G. Mendes, M. Cleveland, S. Daniels. 34 i % Wins: 8 Losses: 1 Fair haven f f 32 Fairhaven 20 Fairhaven 26 Fairhaven 34 Fairhaven 31 Fairhaven 33 Fairhaven 21 Fairhaven 15 Fairhaven 7 Seekonk , 0 W areham 8 Bourne 0 Coyle 12 Case % . 8 D.R. 12 Feehan 0 Stang . 0 Dartmouth 18 38 FIRST ROW: B. Burton, M. Santos, J. Hennessy, P. Bessette. SECOND ROW: Coach Fernandes, P. Graves, M. Gamache, C. Tiller, M. Cleveland, Coach Wilson. rr Success depends on character and everything you do. ” 39 rr Take kindly the counsel of the years , gracefully surrendering the things Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven 44 51 Stang Dartmouth forfeit ORR Voke Wareham rser Feehan 48 64 58 55 43 67 62 Fairhaven i 56 Falmouth 55 Fairhaven ft 45 d.v: 37 Fairhaven Bir 64 « H. 52 Seekonk 63 Fairhaven Dartmouth 58 Fairhaven 9f m ORR 49 Fairhaven 52 Wareham 69 Fairhaven 55 Somerset 59 Fairhaven 69 f Coyle I 68 Fairhaven 63 i r r’ r Falmouth » Fairhaven Fairhaven 51 65 m Feehan t- r ■ta e i D. Y. 51 Fairhaven 53 M Seekonk r Fairhaven 4 54 lj| Stang 43 41 Girls ’ Basketball 75-76 rr Victory is always where there is unanimity. ’ BACK ROW: C. Bernard, M. Magan, S. LeBlanc, L. Tobertga, G. Lawton, S. Silvia, P. Bennett, D. Gillum. KNEEL¬ ING: Co-Capts. M. Manley, J. Haydon. 42 L. Cummings, J. Downey, C. Lainey, V. Leshyk, A. Haynes, J. Fonseca, B. Cosmo. 43 Senior Varsity Players ' , fil Wins 8 Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairly % , Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Losses 8 Holy Family St. Anthony Dartmouth Stang B. Holy Family St. Antony Stang Dartmouth Voke Wareham 44 FIRST ROW: S. Vaudry, J. Camacho, G. Valley, P. Bouley, S. Demers, B. Dexter, B. Langevin, P. Rousseau, B. Chase, R. Lopez. SECOND ROW: T. Hassett, C. Allaire, B. Shurtleff, C. Duval, J. Hirst, S. Kystyniak, M. Hanczaryk, Asst. Coach Gauvin, Coach Mahaney. 45 In all things , victory depends upon previous preparation ?? 46 Fairhaven Fairhaven 4 Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven sses 9 6 Flolbrook 6 (Silver City) N.B. HtT Yoke O.R.R Case Ware ham O.R,R. Coyle Danmouth am Coyle Dartmouth Voke Somerset 1975 Spring Track BACK ROW: Coach Bender, J. Hennessey, G. Mendes, S. Young, S. Ransom, D. Evans, M. Elliot, P. Desrosiers, R. Bergeron, B. Markey, J. Hardy. MIDDLE ROW: Asst. Coach — Mr. Rich, M. Santos, J. Canastra, M. Frates, S. Quintin, F. Frigault, C. Devlin, M. Cleveland, T. Duffy. FRONT ROW: E. Fleurent, P. Newton, T. Gaudreau, G. Jarosik, J. Cote, L. Ashley, J. Hebert, S. Sakwa. The Thrill of Victory . . . Wins —7 Fairhaven 74 Fairhaven 95 Fairhaven 86 Fairhaven 72 Fairhaven 63 Fairhaven 95 Fairhaven 54 Fairhaven — 71 Fairhaven 70 Fairhaven 52 Losses — 3 Old Rochester Wareham Upper Cape Taunton Dighton- Rehobeth Bourne Feehan Stang Voke Coyle Run, Joey, run . . FRONT ROW, Left to Right: P. Ostiguy, P. Desrosiers, D. Evans, S. Sakwa, S. Ransom — Capt., K. Lopes, C. Devlin, R. Pease, B. Markey, R. Canastra, G. Mendes, P. L’Toile. BACK ROW, Left to Right: A. Suddy, S. Rog¬ ers, D. Bancroft, R. Ashley, T. McGreevey, S. Wright, T. Mamick, F. Frigault, J. Cluff, J. Carney, S. Hession, S. Benoit, D. Mitchell, B. Dufrane, J. Fernandez, J. Canastra, C. Lopes, T. Duffy, R. Pontbriand. Wins: 3 Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairjiaven Fairhaven v Losses: 3 Dighton Rehoboth Bishop Stang Bishop Feehan 33 Vocational 34 Dennis Yarmouth 3 ■ Zk .fjr a Iff 1 A m 48 1975 Girls ' Track and Volleyball i trpv MW .... I »Awn - ’§ 8 Jp — UtS t V ' If 3TC ' " _J TSfil FIRST ROW: M. Wolanski — mgr., L. Jason, B. Brown, T. Chandler, M. Rapoza, P. Goulet, J. Furtado, L. Monk, M. Vaudry, J. Valley. SECOND ROW: J. Silva, J. Constant, C. Murray, N. Marshall, L. Tobertga, J. Medeiros, D. Richards, P. Bennett, G. Lawton, B. Evard, S. Ransom. THIRD ROW: Coach Santos, L. Cabral, L. Healy, M. Hagan, K. Tobertga, M. Burke, M. Magan, B. Rapoza, L. Harriman, K. Lopes, C. Reeves, E. Marien. KNEELING: J. Dugal, M. Fortes. STANDING: D. Finch, J. Gagnon, P. Frias, M. Magan, M. King, L. Westgate, B. Tucker, S. Gomes, H. Hacking, Coach Duarte. Wins 3 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven 0 1975 Varsity Baseball FIRST ROW: P. D’anjou, R. Gifford, A. Sandel, P. Hemingway, J. Honohan, D. Garro, R. Menard, S. Foster. SECOND ROW: P. Gordon, P. Robichard, H. Tucker, R. Fernandes, M. Leclair, W. Wolfgang, R. Gamache, Coach Duarte. Wins —4 Losses — 15 Fairhaven 1 Dartmouth 11 Fairhaven 11 Old Rochester 8 Fairhaven 6 Coyle 8 Fairhaven Fairhaven. 2 3 Feehan Seekonk 8 4 Fairhaven 5 C Stang 0 Fairhaven 5 Connolly 4 Fairhaven 4 Case 7 Fairhaven 2 Dighton-Rehobeth 7 Fairhaven 3 Coyle 11 Fairhaven Yf " r 0 • - Feehan 3 Fairhaven 3 Case 8 Fairhaven 6 (i Fairhaven i Connolly 4 Fairhaven m Dighton-Rehobeth 8 Fairhaven J Stang 7 Fairhaven 6 Voke 3 Fairhaven 3 Voke 13 Fairhaven 1 Dartmouth 7 V FIRST ROW: B. Augustine, P. Demanche, R. Forcier, J. Camacho, M. Camire. STANDING: T. Machado, S. Daniels, M. Camire, B. Chase, J. Delaney, D. Rousseau, Coach Canastra. 51 Golf 1975 KNEELING: S. Affoncc, S. Rebello, B. Amaral, D. Alves, C. Michaud. STANDING: M. Mandeville, K. Pellan, D. Rocha, S. Benoit, P. Santos, T. Manley, Coach Losert. 52 Field Hockey 1975 BACK ROW: Mrs. Congdon — coach, V. Leshyk, C. Bernard, D. Cunha, B. Rapoza, S. LeBlanc, S. Sylvia, L. Adams, K. Lopes, A. Haines, G. Dias, B. Hasset. FRONT ROW: D. Gillum, J. Downey, A. Almeida, S. Ransom, L. Tobertga, C. Hawkes, L. Healy, H. Hasset. Wins,— 1 Losses — 9 Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhavi-i. Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhaven Fairhavv., Fairhaven Ties — 2 t2 0 Apponequet 5 ORR Wfi, 0 Dartmouth I 0 Dartmouth 0 Stang 0 Stang 0 Somerset V i 1975 Girls 9 and Boys ’ Tennis BACK ROW: Mrs. Waltz — coach, A. Calheta, D. Lombardo, H. Hacking, M. Larocque, H. Lewis. FRONT ROW: A. Suddy, C. Bernard. W m , . . Wf: a - • ' ? l y ft j ' tfffTffllnmm] L it Ifr Awl ' w 1 It f BACK ROW: A. Rose, J. Harding, S. Calderbank, T. Dias, Mr. Twarog — coach. FRONT ROW: B. O’Mara, M. White, B. Shurtleff.J. Marshall. MISSING: Capt. J. Burke. Wins 8 Fairhaven 4 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 12 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 4 Fairhaven 0 Fairhaven 4 Fairhaven 1 Fairhaven 5 Fairhaven 0 Fairhaven 3 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 3 Fairhaven 0 Fairhaven 5 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven Q Losses 9 Dartmouth 1 D.Y. 3 Tabor 6 O.R.R. 3 Voke 1 NB. 5 Dartmouth 2 Barnstable 4 Voke 3 Falmouth 5 D.Y. 2 Wareham 3 Durfee 2 Barnstable 5 O.R.R. 0 Durfee 3 Falmouth 5 54 rr It is aspiration that counts 9 not realization; Pursuit , not achievement; quest ? not conquest . 9 55 5 6 UNDER CLASSMEN " Words like, ’when you’re older,’ must appease him. ” 57 Hutt Staff FRONT: S. Francis MIDDLE: A. Haines and D. Ambra BACK: P. Chase and C. Lopes Class Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Cummings — Sec. G. Labonte — Vice Pres. J. Pietrass — Pres. G. Howland — Treas. Executive Board LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Blanchette P. Mahoney D. L’Etoile D. Gillum F. Burke N. Chandler J. Carvalho V. Leshyk k J tL J. fil m 58 i Remember that day??!!? CLASS OF ’78 What Is a Rookie? Hull Staff C. Murray, M. Megan, H. Lewis, L. Healy, C. Murray. MISSING: D. Shanahan. Class Officers Executive Board What Is a Junior? " Being a Junior is like being a sandwich. There is something above you and something below you. But it’s great to know that you ' re in the middle and being in the middle makes you the main and best part.” " Being a Junior means growing older, accepting more responsibilities, and gaining knowledge.” " The hardest year of work, but the best year to party!” " Being a Junior means that I belong to one of the best classes that has ever come out of FHS.” " I’m not gonna get out of here for another whole year.” " Extra work.” " One year gone, one year to go, and a year to think about.” " Eyeing a Junior means security. There’s no fear of having to leave FHS in June, unprepared to handle problems w ' hich may arise, because we still have another whole year left. We have security from our teachers, counselors, and even from our friends. Our education will stay with us, but some of our best friends will be gone forever when we leave.” " It’s a growing time when we realize that w r e had better make some decisions about what we want to do in the future.” TOP: A. Frigault MIDDLE: J. Silva, G. Lawton. BOTTOM: P. Bennett, S. Ransom. " Being in school is like climbing a ladder. Being a Junior is having one more step to climb until w r c reach the peak of our high school years.” " Being a Junior means having to wait another year for all the good times it looks like the Seniors are having.” " The fact that I ' m a Junior means I ' m right in the middle of things — not entirely inexperienced, but not quite ready to face the world.” " Being a Junior is being a part of something special. The Junior Prom, Junior Day, and looking ahead and realizing that Senior year isn’t far away.” 61 SENIORS rr There’ll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty. John Hennessy accepts the class mantle. Sue Murray is presented with the Mabel Hoyle Knipe Award. Junior Day — a tradition at Fairhaven High School. A day of watery eyes, happy smiles, and unforgettable memories — and a day of symbolism. Walking slowly into the Larch Avenue Auditorium, the boys were dressed in sport suits, and the girls wore white dresses and carried budding yellow roses — white to symbolize our youth, and roses to represent our growth into adulthood. After the presentation of the Honor Awards, the final symbol came as our Junior class president John Hennessy received the class mantle — our Senior Year, our last year, our year of responsibilities and distinction, had begun. Susan Murray receives the College Club Award. Bill O’Mara is the recipient of the Harvard Book Club Award. 65 . . it ' s just asprinkling for the May Queen . . . ■ l. r w . SHF, f t . Whi i i• i ♦»» • Mm...,,,, w m Vjtt .V.Wfi m " M Jf w Junior Prom May 2, 1975: a moment we’d all been looking forward to — our Junior Prom. Couples danced to the music of " Moonshine” under the pastel blue streamers and softly glitter¬ ing stars which bedecked our Larch Avenue Auditorium. Our anticipation and suspense ended when Class President John Hen¬ nessey proclaimed Debbie Costa Queen and Lynne Healy Lady- in-Waiting. Afterwards, all the couples joined the happy Queen and her escort Dave Evans in dancing to " Stairway to Heaven,” the theme song of our Prom. 66 And, did yon know your stairway lies on the ivhispering ivind . . . . . and a new day will dawn for those who stand long . . . 67 Class Officers President — Kent Hakanson, Treasurer — Kathy Lopes, Secretary — Maureen Manley, Vice Pres. — John Hennessy. Senior Class Executive Board M Hartigan, S. LeBlanc, D. Cummings, W. Silva, W. Langlois, K. Costa, L. Adams, M. Hession. There were days that flew by too fast, and ones that went too slowly as we waited in anticipation for the J final years. They were the days which escorted us from childhood to adulthood, and left us on the threshold of tomorrow. Cocky and proud, we trudged our way through IVANHOE, THE ODYSSEY, and boring grammar assign¬ ments. We tried to hurry the days, not realizing that later on, these sluggish days would all be gone. Dreams, laughter, and championship basketball and football games filled our lives. We were haughty, sure of ourselves — but our swollen pride was quickly shattered as we began our humble year at the High School. Orientation Day, confusing and painful, eventually gave way to routine as we were " accepted.” Biology labs, vacations, and cookbook sales brought us to Junior Day ’74, when, as bewildered Sophomores, we watched in wonderment as tearful Seniors departed. Junior Year brought more prestige and honor. We flaunted our rings; we wondered about Prom dates; sud¬ denly, Junior Day was upon us. Mixtures of sadness, fear, anticipation, and excitement filled the air as we accepted our roles as Seniors — this time watching thoughtfully as the Seniors departed, knowing we were next but not yet fully understanding the tears. The summertime was filled with hazy thoughts of tomorrow. Colleges and careers became the topic of every conversation. We were afraid; yet, we were happy, and filled with experiences of love and joys of true friend¬ ship. The future was advancing too quickly. Life was reaching out, ready to seize us with one great sweep as we moved through our final year. One day we prayed for graduation; the next we wondered if we were ready. Sometimes we couldn’t wait to be " free,” to be adults; other times we wished the secure, quiet little world of the High School could last just a little longer. Too tough to be down, we filled our last year with laughter. Antics in the classroom, the Senior play M A S H, our yearbook, and acceptances at colleges all caused such a whirlwind of turmoil — and the days slipped through our hands. The time had come — we must leave, finally prepared and filled with unforgettable memories. Graduation. The children had grown. Life and love were ours. The world stood at our fingertips, waiting for each of us to snatch up our own small piece. Amid pats on the back, kisses on the cheek, proud parents, and joy in the air, we, tearful blue-and-white clad figures, marched in beat to the music, finally. Walking slowly, one by one, we received the precious blue folders. The final separation came. We accepted the huge challenges lying before us — we reached up, with trembling hands, and moved the dangling tassle to the other side. Our American Field Service student, Roberto Andre Schelp, arrived in August, 1975, from his hometown of Santa Maria, Brazil, and is spending this year with the Walter White family of 815 Middle Rd., Acushnet. Among the many things in America that Roberto claims are quite different from those in Brazil are the seasons, and the changeable New England weather. He will never forget seeing his first snowfall, and throwing his first snowball — at his " brother,” Mark White! We will always remember Roberto’s portrayal of Private Lopez in M A S H, and his famous line, " I don’t beeleeve eet!!” And what M A S H cast member can forget his " speeches” at Barbero’s after the play! We hope Roberto enjoys his stay in the U.S.; and, to this personable Brazilian with the great sense of humor, we all wish the best of luck in the future. Class Will MAUREEN, ANN, DEBBIE, WENDY, JANET, and LYNNE leave their summer camping trips at Miles Standish to whoever can eat raw hotdogs. THE LUNCH BUNCH leaves a pile of unswept crumbs on the Art room floor. EGGY leaves the cage, Mr. Entin, and Mr. Bender to Jeffrey Canastra. STEVE FOSTER leaves his football superstitions to Spanky. KATHY LOPES leaves the boys’ Track Team to Anne Suddy. The SENIORS leave the Circle, the Lot, the Fort, and the Wall. . . but will return next year. RICHIE PEASE leaves cracking himself up. THE " RAT” leaves " POODIE” forever. JANET HAYDON leaves her puns to Ginny Lawton and nothing to Cathy Bernard. The 1975 FOOTBALL TEAM leaves its 8-1 season to next year’s team, to strive for a perfect 9-0 season; in other words . . . beat the_out of Dartmouth. ANN, KRISTIN, LAURIE, and LYNNE leave their trips to U. Mass to anyone with " nothing better to do.” The FIELD HOCKEY TEAM leaves " Joey” running. The M.A.S.H. CAST and CREW leave Miss Richards to work with next year’s cast and crew. STEPHANIE leaves her Chemistry class full of boys to anyone who can handle them as well as she did. CELESTE MARIEN leaves her math problems to her sister . . . but, she’s keeping the calculator. WENDY LANGLOIS leaves the Guidance Office in Mrs. Paiva’s capable hands; BRENDA GOMES does likewise — leaving the Main Office to Esther. JOAN GRINROD leaves the job of managing to any unsuspecting underclassman. The FRENCH CLUB leaves Mr. Dufour " les pictures indiscrete” of the Quebec trip in ’75. ANN CATALDO leaves, accidentally forgetting about her Psychology class. SHARON METHENY leaves listening to echoes of " Shut up, Sharon” from the Murray twins. ROSEMARY KEIGHLEY leaves the yearbook Business Department to anyone who can handle it. The SENIORS on the Girls’ Basketball Team leave running laps. LINDA, NANCY, and RICH leave Mr. Pierce one last " Good Morning.” The A.V. CLUB leaves Mr. Barriteau saying " If you’re not A.V. — Keep moving!” KRIS, LAURIE, JANET, STEF, ANN, and SUE leave all their GREAT times at concerts to any group of Juniors that can afford the outrageous ticket prices. TERRY FLAVIN leaves her Eastern philosophies to whoever can accept them. DEBBIE ALBINO leaves her decorating bags to Mrs. Pursley. PAUL ROUSSEAU leaves his cellar, his beer-stained ping-pong table, and his broken down pool table to his sister Janice, to carry on the tradition of partying — provided he is invited. ANNE POUNDS leaves her talent of cutting in the lunch line to anyone dumb enough to stay in the back and wait. LYNNE and JANET leave their absenteeism to whoever thinks they can con their mother into letting them stay home so often. MATH 12A leaves Mr. Malcolm alone. RAY CANASTRA leaves his Number 2 locker and his " Brut” to Scott Young. The LADIES OF THE GYM leave their seats on the bench to anyone who can manage to have all three lunch shifts. SARA LAMARRE leaves her good times before school and her aftersessions for being late to Terry Ducary. For Mrs. Tenczar, ANN and KRIS leave the locker room quiet. THE SENIOR CLASS leaves knowing that their float was really Number One. THE SENIOR CLASS leaves!!! 71 We can ' t return , ice can only look behind and remem ber . . . . . . Staying home from school to watch " Happy Days”! . . . Selling M Ms at skyrocketed inflation . . . Cathay Temple after the Junior Prom . . . Paul Rousseau’s cellar on Saturday nights . . . Lunch breaks at Friendly’s and Burger Chef! . . . Tedious homework assignments . . . Identifying oranges by the types of their skins . . . Mr. Entin’s Biology classes with Mr. Joe Bones Skeleton . . . Mr. Malcolm’s 6 tests in 12 days, and — " get those calculators moving” . . . Kathy Fleurent’s skating parties . . . Those 9th grade Honor Society studies with TVs, gymnastic contests, and paper airplanes zooming all over the place . . . Rehearsing for the Senior Play . . . Where the Junior Float sheet went — and does anyone remember what was written on it! . . . Mr. Dufour’s " histoires vrais,” and his " la morale de cette histoire” . . . Mr. Haaland’s crazy Physics classes — his student-proof voltmeter, the many experiments he attempted to do, and those tedious labs . . . Junior Day’75! . . . The brillant array of umbrellas that blocked the view of those trying to see the ’75 Thanksgiving Day Game! . . . The " Three Stooges”! . . . The Chicago Beach Boys Concert in June of ’75! . . . Running 440’s for Mr. Bender . . . Pease at football camp . . . 50’s Day! . . . Fights with the fire extinguisher during lunch . . . The dueling swords . . . Stephanie’s many moons . . . The Hustle Line on the Division III hockey championship team in ’74-’75! . . . That undefeated Freshman football team, when only one touchdown was scored against us all season! . . . Decorating cars and waking up the residents of Green St. on Junior Day in ’75! . . . Trying to finish the yearbook on that last impossible weekend, when almost EVERYTHING was against us!! . . . Right after 2nd term, when Senioritis and Spring Fever attacked us all at the same time!!! . . . The laughs, the joking around, the silliness, and most of all, the FUN! . . . The good with the bad, the happy and the sad, the memorable — and those other times we sometimes wish we could forget! . And so the years spin by . . . S■ s i y i I kd jjj j 1 L t | | f -tr V - r -» «jpy » 73 HIGHEST " KOtlORS Susan ttlinr raw HIGH MOnOKS KristmKntfScfiell Clunt routi 6 Duwe ovnbar o Platicu Snook. — William O’War J norioas jCaurle 6.3am$ Beatrix. 6Jricono CtwidlmeiSee QlcmiBaptiile Wicfiacl porbero pawn. 1 Jarks 3 ale Ricf»ar3 Penorfc (UysonPrault Elizabeth Purke 3 o anue Constant Vdlene Correia, pebra Curtnni ' ttys pavi3 £v$ns Teresa ' Flflvi.ru Perry Griffith. ttUrte. HeSSct-iv. Stevtrvlfoioa-rtfr Rosemary Kelley Carol Lautorr. SkaronCe lawc- tUarLctte lHotacu.il Celeste Ittarieu, K tfie anelttarsfiall S karonTHctfienu Steven Ransom. Elizabeth Raooza. CRnstopfier n.icAav 3 Pebra Santos Stef battle SUvia. RvSSell Sinclair jCiwda Tobertaa. HtUkael " Walt ttlarklOkibc CatbteenVIoitKrnytoi " There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is repose on the lonely shore.” May 26, 1958 Ambition: to never fall short of my desires; Suppressed Desire: to have everyone as a friend, to see Neil Young and Led Zeppelin in con¬ cert; Pet Peeve: getting into ruts; Fondest Memory: Camp Hillsboro, Chicago Beach Boys Concert, going to U-Mass, summers, and Jack’s Senior Prom; Happiest When: on an adventure, getting a tan; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: friendship. " Beech” " Carefree, laughing, and gay, happily treading life’s joyous way.” March 26, 1958 Ambition: to be happy in whatever I will do — which I haven’t the foggiest notion whatsoever; Suppressed Desire: to bum around all over the world and meet people; Pet Peeve: green beans, waiting; Fondest Memory: friends; Happiest When: smiling or laughing; Salient Characteristic: mischievous. " If a woman has long hair it is a glory to her.” August 26, 1958 Ambition: to be a secretary for a bus service; Suppressed Desire: to own a Volkswagen bug; Pet Peeve: working on Saturday nights till 11 o’clock; Fondest Memory: summer of ’75; Happiest When: riding my horse; Salient Characteristic: hair. DcIm - {mi c { )im " Debbie” " Labor conquers all things.” April 24, 1958 Ambition: to become an accountant; Suppressed Desire: to have an animal refuge; Pet Peeve: people who don’t know your name until they want something; Fondest Memory: first day of work; Happiest When: not in school; Salient Characteris¬ tic: helpfulness. - {mi cAfahia {Lteida " Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity, and truth accomplishes no victories without it.” July 19, 1958 Ambition: to become a psychiatrist and solve the world’s problems, to fulfill my wildest dreams, and to always maintain a peace of mind; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to always have a sense of humor, and to " corrupt” Murray!! Pet Peeve: disappointments, pessimists; Fondest Memory: camping at Curlew with the rowdiest bunch of girls ever, Beach Boys Chicago Concert, the " words” of Bob Dylan, the ’76 Huttlestonian and those late nights spent working on it with my co-editor, breaking everything in Chem lab with Wendy and " cracking up” about it, Kristin after she fell in the mud, making lasagna at Metheny’s, Joel’s Senior Prom, and the many memo¬ ries I have of the good times shared at FHS; Happi¬ est When: I’m busy, laughing my head off, having a grand time with good friends; Salient Characteristic: captivating personality. . gate " A small package of sparkling vitality.” August 21, 1958 Ambition: to be happy and suc¬ cessful in whatever I do, to become a nurse or work in an office; Suppressed Desire: to travel the world, to live in Colorado in a little cabin somewhere way up in the mountains; Pet Peeve: snobby people who think they are better than anyone else, black cars, get¬ ting ready for work; Fondest Memory: football games with Judy, Linda, Cheryl, and Kathy, going to Portugal, cooking class in 9th Grade; Happiest When: the bell rings for second and fifth periods to end; Salient Characteristic: petiteness. ' vAmtUf S. " Rosie” " A glass of champagne, always bubbling over.” August 29, 1957 Ambition: to work in a bank or to be a secretary; Suppressed Desire: to become a mil¬ lionaire; Pet Peeve: people who think they’re better than anyone else, and being called in to go to work; Fondest Memory: Mrs. Borowiec’s typing and steno classes, and cooking class in 9th Grade; Happiest When: Fm with that certain person; Salient Charac¬ teristic: jumpiness. " OJ” ' He’s taken his fun where he’s found it.” August 11, 1958 Ambition: to be rich; Suppressed Desire: to have the fastest boat on Long Pond; Pet Peeve: getting caught parking; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristic: carefree. " Augie” " I’m not really lazy, I’m just conserving my energy.” February 2, 1958 Ambition: machinist; Suppressed Desire: to start my own business; Pet Peeve: school lunches; Fondest Memory: whenever Mr. Sylvia sub¬ stituted; Happiest When: things are going good; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: spoon ring. " Grog” " Out for a good time, never in a hurry.” December 7, 1957 Ambition: chief truck mechanic; Suppressed Desire: to own the Dallas Cowboys; Pet Peeve: people who act big only to hide how little they really are; Fondest Memory: sports huddles in second shift lunch; Happiest When: I’m not in school; Salient Characteristic: wavy hair. 76 " Smiling and fun and a good friend to have.” April 17, 1958 Ambition: to be a nurse; Suppressed Desire: to marry Steve; Pet Peeve: when I change my right answers to wrong answers on a test, people who are ignorant and who think they are better than oth¬ ers; Fondest Memory: going to my Junior Prom and both of Steve’s Proms; Happiest When: with Steve; Salient Characteristic: innocent look. " Mooshk” " I am your friend even though I may be silent in speech.” June 6, 1958 Ambition: Certified Public Accoun¬ tant; Suppressed Desire: to be well off; Pet Peeve: people that call me mooshk; Fondest Memory: the year 75-76; Happiest When: with a certain person; Salient Characteristic: Gayle. " Mike” " He made his life his very own.” January 5, 1958 Suppressed Desire: to become a famous scientist; Pet Peeve: Mrs. Martin’s frequent announcements; Fondest Memory: coffee breaks in guidance; Happiest When: working; Salient Charac¬ teristic: tennis. " Quiet persons are welcome everywhere.” August 27, 1958 Ambition: to go to New England Baptist College and become a nurse; Suppressed Desire: to fly; Pet Peeve: getting up early for school; Happiest When: having fun with good friends; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: sweetness. C Bomt " Rich” " A pinch of mischief, a dash of pep, and a cupful of merriment.” October 15, 1958 Ambition: Architectural Engi¬ neer; Suppressed Desire: to be understood; Pet Peeve: people who don’t get what I’m hinting at; Fondest Memory: Tuesday nights at J.A.; Happiest When: with the gang; Salient Characteristic: practi¬ cal jokes. ■ppM " Joey B.” " He has a smile for every friend, and a friend for every smile.” September 30, 1958 Ambition: to go to college and succeed in whatever I do in life; Suppressed Desire: for Steve, Spanky, and myself to someday get to Washington, D.C.; Pet Peeve: reporting to Mrs. Martin; Fondest Memory: Defensive Standout?, Bourne Game; Happiest When: Having a good time with all my friends; Salient Characteristic: outgoing. uSmito " The real character of a man is found out by his amusements.” October 12, 1958 Ambition: Electrical engineer; Suppressed Desire: to travel around the world; Pet Peeve: having to listen to people with sick senses of humor; Fondest Memory: not getting caught cutting classes; Happiest When: helping other people with their work; Salient Characteristic: calculator. ( DolhA ' (J. c Bo y " Bogie” " Few serve Satan better than sleeping saints.” March 7, 1957 Ambition: to drive a truck cross¬ country; Suppressed Desire: to own a van; Pa Peeve: people who hate people; Fondest Memory: my blue pickup truck; Happiest When: Pm high; Salient Characteristic: blue pick-up. " Randy” " He who wishes to do mischief is never without a reason.” March 30, 1957 Ambition: to be a carpenter; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to graduate; Pet Peeve: people who are prejudiced; Fondest Memory: passing in my Jun¬ ior year; Happiest When: parrying; Salient Charac¬ teristic: chuckle. ' J)ca l uLy{. f ioiuWiti ' " Dave” " Life is just one darn thing after another.” October 25, 1958 Ambition: to have my own busi¬ ness; Suppressed Desire: to go to the Senior Prom in a T-shirt and a bow-tie and jeans; Pet Peeve: snobs, class dues. Lister Enterprises; Fondest Memory: Mrs. Lister’s black eyes; Happiest When: I saw that dog do his thing at the Seekonk rally; Salient Characteris¬ tic: newspaper boy. " Burgie” " The chief rule of my life is to make business pleas¬ ure and pleasure my business.” November 11, 1958 Ambition: to become a book¬ keeper; Suppressed Desire: to be able to do every¬ thing I want to do; Pet Peeve: people who think they are better than others; Fondest Memory: F.H.S.; Happiest When: going to F.H.S. football games; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: license plate. fjiaini " Aly” " Grace was in all her steps, Heaven in her eye and in every gesture dignity and love.” May 14, 1958 Ambition: Dieu Sait; Suppressed Desire: to bring " David” to life and take him to the prom. . . as is!; Pet Peeve: stretchy, snappy, clingy, sexy, wedgy, clever gym shorts; Fondest Memory: Virginia in the spring, the art room, finding real friends; Happiest When: warm; Salient Characteris¬ tic: poise. ( SB inoS " Terry” " Eyes have a language everywhere.” November 30, 1957 Ambition: to become rich; Suppressed Desire: to go parachuting, and to learn to swim; Pet Peeve: getting up in the morning for school, people with no sense of humor, homework, Eddy; Fondest Memory: Melbo, Steno class with " Ish,” Mrs. S’s cooking class 6th period, my surprise party that wasn’t; Happiest When: eating, making others happy; Salient Characteristic: vivacious. ( ) lm ( ftwteu) " Debbie” " I find in this world the great thing is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving.” December 18, 1958 Ambition: to be a secretary; Suppressed Desire: to get married to Bill; Pet Peeve: people who look down on others, (gym); Fondest Memory: rushing to lunch every day to beat the long lines; Happiest When: with Bill; Salient Characteris¬ tic: reserved. " Betty” " The mildness of manners and the gentlest heart.” April 18, 195 8 Ambition: to become an airline stewardess; Suppressed Desire: to jump out of an air¬ plane with a parachute on; Pet Peeve: people who think they are better than everyone else; Fondest Memory: August 2, 1972; Happiest When: out with friends having a good time; Salient Characteristic: clamness. 79 c Kmjn ( PmlfjUtm " Calvin” " This man’s character is measured by his height.” January 10, 1957 Ambition to get the most out of life; Suppressed Desire: to play college football; Pet Peeve: people who are prejudiced; Fondest Memory: Freshman football — winning 7 games and losing none; Happiest When: partying; Salient Characteris¬ tic: pleasantness. C ' %m ( Mohanl " Steve” " Boys will be boys . . .” November 3, 1958 Ambition: policeman; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to play for the Boston Red Sox in the World Series; Pet Peeve: people who make big deals out of nothing; Fondest Memory: receiving my letter at the sports banquet; Happiest When: at rallies on Saturday nights: Salient Characteristic: newspaper’s sports section. " Jimi” " For what we are, we are.” March 25, 1958 Ambition: whatever comes my way; Suppressed Desire: to own a yacht; Pet Peeve: people who smoke in my car; Fondest Memory: my years at FHS; Happiest When: Pm sleeping; Salient Characteristic: size. cAfJJS. Qmi e " Coach” " The possessor of unconscious humor.” October 20, 1958 Ambition: to be an Oceanogra¬ phy teacher; Suppressed Desire: to be manager of a major league baseball team; Pet Peeve: memorizing long poems, filling out this paper; Fondest Memory: FHS baseball practice in the snow and rain; Happiest When: I’m out in my boat; Salient Characteristic: fun-loving nature. PpynwndcAf (Pdtwstka " Ray” " Ain’t it good to know that you’ve got a friend.” January 30, 1958 Ambition: to attend college, and guide youths to a better future; Suppressed Desire: to be Xavier Hollander’s shower curtain; Pet Peeve: los¬ ing; Fondest Memory: losing weight; Happiest When: winning; Salient Characteristic: magnetism. " Chris” " Her future is all complete.” April 26, 1958 Ambition: to become a secretary; Suppressed Desire: to go to Maine; Pet Peeve: peo¬ ple who crack their knuckles; Fondest Memory: announcing my engagement and buying a house; Happiest When: with Ken; Salient Characteristic: engagement. " Case” " Sports is the gateway to manhood.” February 20, 1958 Ambition: to be successful in life; Suppressed Desire: an undefeated season; Pet Peeve: extra sprints; Fondest Memory: last year’s football championship; Happiest When: playing football; Salient Characteristic: serious. c2p (yfjt GdaUdo " Annie” " Come, come, there’s mischief to be done.” November 29, 1958 Ambition: to become a nurse; Suppressed Desire: to climb a mountain in Austria with Cheryl and Nancy and find Hasse, Holgart and Stellan on top; Pet Peeve: study period 7, room 7; Fondest Memory: Innsbruck, Austria, Feb. 14, 1975, with Miss Campbell, Anthony School, summer of ’74, Junior Day; Happiest When: out with my friends; Salient Characteristic: merry laugh. " Shampoo ” " Born with the gift of laughter.” July 28, 1958 Ambition: to graduate from college; Suppressed Desire: to be able to back my car into a parallel parking space; Pet Peeve: people that imitate me, study in room 7; Fondest Memory: the day I caught Mr. Cip with gum and he said he had a note from his mommy; Happiest When: with Paul; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: giddiness. " Eddi” " These eyes . . .” November 26, 1958 Ambition: to succeed; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to graduate in ’76; Pet Peeve: school; Fondest Memory: will come in June; Happiest When: the day is over; Salient Characteristic: devil¬ try. 81 yifiton (). Ghwdand " Milt” " He’d rather make history than study it.” December 19, 1956 Ambition: fireman; Pet Peeve: gossiping girls; Fondest Memory: summer of ’75, (no breaking up); Happiest When: with Sharon; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: confidence. djfms Godins " Bobby” " He knows not where his life leads him.” October 1, 1958 Ambition: to go to college, then possibly join the Air Force, or possibly go to law school; Suppressed Desire: to become a cross-country truck driver; Pet Peeve: people who consider them¬ selves better than others; Fondest Memory: Junior Day; Happiest When: I became a Senior; Salient Characteristic: strut. r J)mwS c A ( Gjmdj " Hotspur” " He finds presence in school an unnecessary evil.” December 6, 1957 Ambition: to own a riding sta¬ ble, to be a horse trainer; Suppressed Desire: to own a 1929 Rolls Royce; Pet Peeve: conceited jocks; Fondest Memory: Jan. 7, 1975 at 4:00 P.M.; Happiest When: with Sue; Salient Characteristic: horses. " Jo-Jo” " She speaks with the persistance of rain.” December 12, 1958 Ambition: to become the first girl to play major league softball; Suppressed Desire: to be able to play softball; Pep Peeve: people who don’t respect other people’s ideas, having to monitor at the top of the boys’ stairs, wearing a dress, and frogs; Fondest Memory: French classes with Mr. Pierce; Happiest When: with friends; Salient Char¬ acteristic: perfection. ‘ )UL,t Gmteii " Billy” " Why should the devil have all the fun?” June 10, 1958 Ambition: to be on the Johnny Car- son Show; Suppressed Desire: to do a light show for " KISS”; Pet Peeve: Acushnet; Fondest Memory: summer of ’73; Salient Characteristic: dependability. 82 YomwcJi (ahw 6mm " Val” " Always jolly and quite carefree; life may be dull, but never is she.” September 13, 1958 Ambition: to be successful no matter what it is I do; Suppressed Desire: to be boss over the world for one day so that I could make ever¬ yone happy; Pet Peeve: " jive” talking people, a cer¬ tain Spanish Four teacher — his nosiness; Fondest Memory: working on Christmas Eve with three cer¬ tain people, sitting at a round table at lunch laughing with Cheryl, Lynn and Doreen while Darlene told us her stories; Happiest When: laughing and having a good time with my friends; Salient Characteristic: shoes. ( )elm 6fmi 6A " Debbie” " I can resist anything except temptation.” June 23, 1958 Ambition: to become a secretary for FHS; Suppressed Desire: go to cheering camp again, never to regret anything! to have my friends forever!; Pet Peeve: curiosity, not having enough time in one day, when I can’t think of any cheers to do, and when the stands are silent; Fondest Memory: the Junior Prom and dances, dancing to " Stairway to Heaven,” camping with all my friends, T-T!, sleep¬ ing at Maureen’s; Happiest When: with all of my friends and having a great time, cheering with those eight nuts; Salient Characteristic: cheering. 6KMm 6A " Kathy” " Let us live and be glad while young life is before us.” November 27, 1958 Ambition: to have a happy and successful life; Suppressed Desire: to travel com¬ pletely around the world; Pet Peeve: walking through the boys’ gym when they’re taking attend¬ ance, those who say they are my friends, but don’t turn out to be; Fondest Memory: Jr. Prom, Home¬ coming Dance, football games, friends; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristic: neat¬ ness. " Mike” " Take thou what course thou wilt.” April 22, 1957 Pet Peeve: the food at Bob and Pete’s Galley; Happiest When: not in school; Salient Characteristic: D.E. 6Dd)Vb Cjenn Cu mimi " Debbie” " Her smile is a part of her charm.” March 4, 1958 Ambition: to make others happy throughout my life; Suppressed Desire: to have been a boy and played on the 1975 Blue Devil football team; Pet Peeve: those who say they are my friends, but don’t turn out to be; Fondest Memory: freshman cheering, summer of 74, football games, friends; Happiest When: with my friends when everyone’s happy; Salient Characteristic: blush. 83 " Gerry” " His pranks are too good to be missed.” October 30, 1957 Ambition: to graduate this year; Suppressed Desire: to do something famous; Pet Peeve: two-faced people; Fondest Memory: when I got my motorcycle; Happiest When: I’m out; Salient Characteristic: motorcycle. C%j)Hen ( PaJ PmP " Steve” " Change your pleasure — but never change your friends.” February 16, 1958 Ambition: to be successful; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be with a certain someone; Pet Peeve: going to work after football practice; Fondest Memory: Homecoming dance — 74; Happiest When: listening to music; Salient Characteristic: good-humored. " So sweet the blush of bashfulness.” July 20, 1958 Ambition: to always be happy; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to see Mrs. Mello run the 600; Pet Peeve: prejudices; Fondest Memory: FHS, Gary’s Senior Prom, my Junior Prom and working in Mr. Albritton’s office; Happiest When: last period Fri¬ day; Salient Characteristic: shyness. cJ(Au ( J)mm " Butch” " Full well they laughed at all his jokes, for many a joke he had.” July 14, 1957 Ambition: show biz; Suppressed Desire: to be another George Carlin; Pet Peeve: Mrs. Martin; Fondest Memory: Speech and Drama; Hap¬ piest When: laughing; Salient Characteristic: crazi¬ ness. " Kackii” " Speak your real thoughts and be genuinely and sim¬ ply yourself.” July 17, 1958 Ambition: to be happy, and loved; Suppressed Desire: to have six kids and live in a world full of sunshine and happiness; Pet Peeve: " Jive people” and those who think they’re better than everyone; Fondest Memory: " Summer Madness” in 130D, Upward Bound and College Now ’75, Mr. Rapoza’s art classes, going to afterses¬ sion dressed as a clown with Darlene, all the crazy things Darlene and I did; Happiest When: out of school and partying; Salient Characteristic: come¬ dian. 6 (mi (Dm )c fieu " Mischief thou art afoot.” December 12, 1957 Ambition: to be a child care worker; Suppressed Desire: to walk through the boys’ locker room; Pet Peeve: bells with no warning; short guys; Fondest Memory: Friday night sewing classes; New York City; Happiest When: Partying; Salient Characteristic: personable. (Dmarnil " Sue” " Neatness is the crowning grace of womanhood.” March 4, 1958 Ambition: Radiologic Technolo¬ gist; Pet Peeve: conceited people; Fondest Memory: Boston Pops; Happiest When: playing saxophone in the Marching Band; Salient Characteristic: band. C(i t(Dtolui " Give me a ship and a star to sail her by, and the stars will give me comradeship, and the wind will be my friend.” April 13 , 1958 Ambition: to live happily ever after; Suppressed Desire: to break the pole vault record for the high school; Pet Peeve: homework; Fondest Memory: Sunday sails with Mr. Malcolm; Happiest When: with good friends; Salient Characteristic: determination. ( Jjtndu cA ( DDtftt " She arose robed in her long hair . . .” October 29, 1958 Suppressed Desire: to get mar¬ ried, have a big house, own my own horse and dog; Pet Peeve: stuck up people; Fondest Memory: Sep¬ tember 20, 1974, D.E. class; Happiest When: with Bob; Salient Characteristic: leather coat. " Jess” " Whatever my mood is that is the mood of the wind’s song.” November 6, 1958 Ambition: to be successful in whatever I do; Suppressed Desire: to eat a seedless watermelon; Pet Peeve: unfriendly people; Fondest Memory: when Kathy, Beatriz, Stef, and 1 pushed Richie’s car into the mi ddle of the street and left Stef alone when another car came, football games, Satur¬ day nights; Happiest When, with friends and being rowdy; Salient Characteristic: enthusiasm. 85 ahm mm " Mike” " How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then to rest afterward.” December 29, 1957 Ambition: to become a busi¬ nessman; Suppressed Desire: to travel the world; Pet Peeve: people too sure of themselves; Fondest Mem¬ ory: seeing my first Bruins game; Happiest When: out with friends; Salient Characteristic: pranks. SOouwy " Leetle Sha-Sha” " It matters not how long we live, but how.” November 11, 1958 Ambition: to have a lot of land and horses; Suppressed Desire: to own the Uni¬ tarian Church; Pet Peeve: Ranger Rickies and Leetle Sha-Sha; Fondest Memory: summer trips with Otto, Maine; Happiest When: out in the boondocks with close friends; Salient Characteristic: non-conformity. " Glenna Ann Flanagan” " The most certain sign of wisdom is continual cheer¬ fulness.” September 5, 1958 Ambition: to be a model; Sup¬ pressed Desire: living in comfort and not having to work a day in my life and having someone to live and share my time with; Pet Peeve: parents, restric¬ tions, people who party hard but can’t take it; Fond¬ est Memory: art classes and S.C. in the morning at the bus stop; Happiest When: Friday comes, and with David; Salient Characteristic: light-heartedness. ( Jjjnn [Duahte " A good-natured person is never out of place.” January 28, 1958 Ambition: to be a secretary; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to travel, and to get the most out of life; Pet Peeve: two-faced people and prejudiced peo¬ ple; Fondest Memory: February 17, 1975, and March 27, 1975; Happiest When: with Gordon; Salient Characteristic: locquacious. X A. 3)mte " Thaddeus” " It is better to be small and shine, than to be large and cast a shadow.” December 2, 1958 Ambition: to be a policeman; Pet Peeve: getting kicked out of the halls for loiter¬ ing; Fondest Memory: going to class late, on pur¬ pose, with Tom Frias; Happiest When: spending Saturday nights with Curt, Nelson, and Ricky; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: weight-room. 86 " Ernie” " Everyday is the world made new.” July 1, 1958 Ambition: just to get out of high school; Suppressed Desire: mechanic; Pet Peeve: aft¬ ersession; Fondest Memory: Mr. Monuteaux’s shop class; Happiest When: one day goes by without a test; Salient Characteristic: twin " To live long it is necessary to live slowly.” July 1, 1958 Ambition: mechanic; Suppressed Desire: to live in the mountains; Pet Peeve: everyone asking me for a piece of gum; Fondest Memory: Jun¬ ior Day; Happiest When: they cancel school because of snow; Salient Characteristic: Ernie fJ cujnmnJ " Rat” " Size is a matter of opinion.” December 22, 1957 Ambition: carpentry; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be rich; Pet Peeve: bad knees; Happiest When: listening to music and out with friends; Salient Characteristic: glasses " There is society in the deepest solitude.” April 6, 1958 Ambition: to start the long journey of life on the right foot; Suppressed Desire: to become a criminal lawyer; Pet Peeve: deceptive peo¬ ple, English III; Fondest Memory: winning my letter for track as a sophomore at Voke; Happiest When: I am with people I care for and who care for me; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: wardrobe " Chris” " All nature wears a universal grin.” July 21, 1958 Pet Peeve: getting up at 7:00 for school; Happiest When: on the ice; Salient Charac¬ teristic: hockey 87 " Don” " Live for today and don’t worry about tomorrow.” December 15,1957 Ambition: to become a photog¬ rapher; Suppressed Desire: to travel; Pet Peeve: Mr. Burr saying, " I don’t get paid enough for this mess.”; Fondest Memory: study hall, room 7; Happiest When: getting out of Mrs. Shapiro’s English class period 2, right Sue?; Salient Characteristic: Outlet. " Doug” " Happy the man who can call today his own.” April 11, 1958 Salient Characteristic: daydreams. cJ(im fjdHwtt " Mit” " Some think he’s bashful, others doubt it.” September 14, 1957 Ambition: to become a Medic in the Coast Guard; Suppressed Desire: to be an actor; Pet Peeve: people who tease; Fondest Mem¬ ory: Life; Happiest When: partying with good friends; Salient Characteristic: shy smile. " Sue” " We’re born to be happy, all of us.” July 21, 1957 Ambition: to travel around the world; Pet Peeve: people who lie; Fondest Memory: having 1st, 2nd, and 3rd lunches and Mr. Albritton seeing me in all three; Happiest When: getting out of Mrs. Shapiro’s 2nd period English class; Salient Characteristic: lackadaisical. ( J)md r f . " Eggie” " The highest reward for man’s toil is not what he gets for it but what he becomes by it.” April 23, 1958 Ambition: to live a happy, comfort¬ able life; Suppressed Desire: to be like Mr. Bender!; Pet Peeve: Winter Track; Fondest Memory: " Stair¬ way to Heaven”; Happiest When: days when Mr. Entin is not in school; Salient Characteristic: track. " Nothing worries him, nothing hurries him.” October 30, 1958 Ambition: professional architect, and to be rich; Suppressed Desire: to live the rest of my life in Fairhaven with the same old jerks; Pet Peeve: peop le who think they’re too good for others, right J’s?; Fondest Memory: watching certain girls toy with each other; Happiest When: doing some¬ thing I feel like doing; Salient Characteristic: oblig¬ ingness " Quiet, modest, and demure.” October 29, 1958 Ambition: to be happy with life; Suppressed Desire: to own a mountain; Pet Peeve: getting out of bed in the morning; Fondest Memory: my sophomore Biology class; Happiest When: with Dave; Salient Characteristic: gentleness ( J)mJ )l( " Dave” " He who laughs — lasts.” September 30, 1975 Ambition: to be a professional photographer and to own a business; Suppressed Desire: to shoot some nudes; Pet Peeve: homework and pesty people; Fondest Memory: the picnic bike ride with Peggy; Happiest When: shooting pictures, and with Peggy; Salient Characteristic: Oxford Phar¬ macy " Individuality is the root of everything good.” January 5, 1958 Ambition: to be the best at what¬ ever I do; Suppressed Desire: to play in a show band; Pet Peeve: hypocrisy; Fondest Memory: coming from a state champ baseball team to Fairhaven, where we managed to win four games all season; Happiest When: I’m doing what I want to do; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: reticence 1 ll ' rujnc ( 0. cfcm tf fA " Wayno” " Athletics acclaimed him her favorite son.” August 26, 1957 Ambition: X-ray technician; Pet Peeve: quarterbacking; Fondest Memory: scoring my first touchdown; Happiest When: not in school; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: persistence 89 ADauid AAntfi " Friar Tuck” " As carefree as any in this world . . June 12, 1958 Ambition: to be a game warden; Pet Peeve: textbooks; Fondest Memory: working on John’s 1967 Pontiac; Happiest When: playing the guitar; Salient Characteristic: impersonations. oduSawcAf. 3d )dtxi(d " Sue” " Tall and regal like a queen.” fi February 14, 1958 Ambition: Medical Researcher; Suppressed Desire: to be shorter; Pep Peeve: cliques; Fondest Memory: summer vacations; Happiest When: out of school; Salient Characteristic: digni¬ fied. AJeMOucA (atfjLri " Terry” " Genius is essentially creative; it bears the stamp of the individual who possesses it.” July 24, 1959 Ambition: to be a famous artist zooming around Europe in a silver MGB; Suppressed Desire: to move into the art room, to be the first ambassador to East and West Germany at the same time; Pet Peeve: people who bug me about my fuzzy hair and wearing my spectacles on top of my head, and call me Kraut”; Fondest Memory: lunch-bunch 75-76, the Quebec trip with the French Club, explor¬ ing the combat zone with the art club, Ninotchka, Babes, and Andreas Mikhailovich Minsk and the times we had, Babes’ drive through the cemetery, the invigorating hassles of running the SPRAY, having art four times a day senior year; Happiest When: running around Germany, listening to Joni Mitchell records, bopping around Cambridge; Salient Charac¬ teristic: creativity. " Sue” " If you can’t convince them, confuse them.” September 17, 1958 Ambition: to become a detec¬ tive or an animal lab technician; Suppressed Desire: to own a silver ’Vet and live in a big house in the country; Pet Peeve: backstabbers; Fondest Memory: Junior Prom; Happiest When: I’m eating; Salient Characteristic: untied shoes. Q%pLn AfktjVv, Aft- " Steve” " His limbs were cast in manly mold, for hardy sports and contests bold.” September 26, 1957 Ambition: to live a happy and simple life; Suppressed Desire: to make the Honor Roll; Pet Peeve: girls’ gossip; Fondest Memory: first Varsity Football start vs. Dartmouth, November 22, 1973; Happiest When: with Gail; Salient Character¬ istic: sportsmanship. 90 " Tim” " Our ideals are our better selves.” February 25, 1958 Ambition: to be the best at what I decide to do; Suppressed Desire: to make good early in life; Pet Peeve: football camp; Fondest Memory: playing football for Jim Lanagan; Happiest When: skipping study; Salient Characteristic: beard. 0}(m 3 vA tuv " John” " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men.” April 14, 1958 Ambition: to become a forester; Suppressed Desire: to be an architect; Happiest When: with all my friends; Salient Characteristic: slyness. " Arty” " What he wants to get most out of school is him¬ self.” July 28, 1957 Ambition: to own a van shop and to marry Deb; Suppressed Desire: to marry Deb; Pet Peeve: people who think they’re too cool for every¬ body else; Fondest Memory: Myles Standish; Happi¬ est When: I’m with Deb, and working on vans; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Debbie. Paulette ' " Polly” " Simplicity is her greatest grace.” June 22, 1958 Ambition: to be a secretary; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be head of the Main Office; Pet Peeve: careless people; Fondest Memory: Graduation (’76); Happiest When: with many people; Salient Characteristic: Mr. Albritton’s office. " Tom” " All the world loves a lover.” June 26, 1957 Ambition: to go to Hollywood and become an actor; Suppressed Desire: to punch J. R. in the nose; Pet Peeve: Black Horse Sprints; Fondest Memory: Mr. Pehrson’s study; Happiest When: with girls; Salient Characteristic: flirtatious. 91 ( J)(AUe ( -Je(A SJiU " Rece” " She’s shy, but sweet and always smiling.” September 15, 1958 Ambition: to be able to help people in some way; Suppressed Desire: to show everyone in need a better way to live; Pet Peeve: going to a double period Biology; Fondest Memory: when I was baptized in the Holy Spirit; Happiest When: I don’t have any homework or tests to study for; Salient Characteristic: viola l fjf- (faynotv " Al” " The magical mystery tour is waiting to take you away . . March 23, 1958 Ambition: to live life to the ful¬ lest; Suppressed Desire: to fly in the Navy’s " Blue Angels”; Pet Peeve: stuck-up girls; Fondest Memory: going to see " YES” in concert; Happiest When: lis¬ tening to my favorite music; Salient Characteristic: dramatic ability " In skating over thin ice, our safety is our speed.” October 23, 1957 Ambition: to find a way to make money and never have to work; Suppressed Desire: to never work in a restaurant again (especially one where they serve pizza); Pet Peeve: when someone says, " I don’t care.”; Fondest Memory: all the FHS hockey games; Happiest When: the weekend comes; Salient Characteristic: Minerva’s " Patty” " It takes both rain and sunshine to make a rainbow.” January 14, 1958 Ambition: to become an L.P.N.; Suppressed Desire: to work with handicapped chil¬ dren; Pet Peeve: getting up in the middle of the night; Fondest Memory: April 18, 1975, the Circle, and good friends; Happiest When: with J. R. and Amy; Salient Characteristic: J. R. August 7, 1957 Ambition: to own a half-way house; Suppressed Desire: to be rich; Pet Peeve: stay¬ ing home on Saturday nights, Dartmouth; Fondest Memory: Thanksgiving Day game; Happiest When: partying, and with Amy and Patty; Salient Character¬ istic: impulsiveness ( P(fah PR. Qaucfm " Pete” " Let me live by the side of the road and be a friend to man.” June 8, 1958 Ambition: to be a famous rock musi- ' cian; Suppressed Desire: to be a Minister; Pet Peeve: boring nights; Fondest Memory: all those parties; Happiest When: I’m playing my Bass; Salient Char¬ acteristic: flute. " Phil” " If silence is golden, then I’m rich.” November 24, 1958 Ambition: to become a funeral director and to own my own funeral home; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to travel the five oceans on board a private yacht; Pet Peeve: work, school, Mondays, report cards; Fondest Memory: Cheerleaders ' Dance of 74, Hoosac Valley Exchange; Happiest When: warning cards are passed out and I don’t get one, pay day comes around; Salient Characteristic: band. " . . . like a lovely butterfly against the wood.” April 7, 1958 Ambition: to be a clothes designer; Suppressed Desire: to be able to do anything I want for a day without paying the consequences; Pet Peeve: people who are close-minded toward others before they really know them; Fondest Memory: summer of 74, Lamp Post in Martha’s Vineyard; Happiest When: with good friends; Salient Charac¬ teristic: clothes. ( 5 B £ncL Cjoyw " Bubbles” " A gay heart, a helping hand . . September 10, 1958 Ambition: to become a Court stenographer; Suppressed Desire: to always be happy; Pet Peeve: prejudiced people; Happiest When: with my FRIENDS; Salient Characteristic: Main Office. " Kathy” " A song in her heart.” December 29, 1958 Ambition: to train young horses and to be a riding instructor; Suppressed Desire: to watch the sun rise in Colorado; Pet Peeve: people who destroy the environment; Fondest Mem¬ ory: being chased down a hall by a sailor in New Jer¬ sey; Happiest When: riding Honey Bee and with Tommy; Salient Characteristic: cute. t 4 O !) ' Hr C Llouob 93 m " Sports are one of his many great likes.” June 17, 1957 Ambition: to help people; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be successful; Pet Peeve: Case — (53); Fondest Memory: 9th grade parties, April 27, first Varsity Football game; Happiest When: having an undefeated football season; Salient Characteristic: school spirit. " Sweet Polly” " . . . the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose.” April 1, 1958 Ambition: to sleep my life away; Suppressed Desire: to become a millionaire; Pet Peeve: when Mrs. Martin tries to give me after ses¬ sions; Fondest Memory: doing something wrong without Mr. Albritton catching me; Happiest When: doing what I please!!!; Salient Characteristic: photo¬ genic. " A twinkle in her eyes and a radiant personality.” December 4, 1958 Ambition: to be happy no mat¬ ter what happens; Suppressed Desire: to marry Rich; Pet Peeve: eliminating half-days; Fondest Memory: Junior Day ’75; Happiest When: arguing with Wayne; Salient Characteristic: hair. " A day is wasted without laughter.” June 12, 1958 Ambition: to give all I have to what I do and to do it well, to be in the center of God’s will; Suppressed Desire: to sing with Andre Crouch; Pet Peeve: girls’ locker room; Fondest Memory: hav¬ ing to be told to quiet down four times by Mr. Evans in Jr. year at lunch; Happiest When: hearing Rev. Chavier preach, with Lonny; Salient Characteristic: stature. " Pudge” " He lived at ease.” August 29, 1958 Ambition: to be a carpenter; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be rich; Pet Peeve: Mr. Borowiec; Fondest Memory: when Mr. Monuteaux got hit with a snow ball on the head; Happiest When: having a lunch break; Salient Characteristic: mildness. " Grek” " A friendly sort of chap . . August 29, 1958 Ambition: to be an accountant; Suppressed Desire: to race funny cars; Pet Peeve: people that put down Fords; Fondest Memory: 1974 Junior Day party; Happiest When: out of school; Salient Characteristic: grin. y an cA ' (aMt ffietm " I may stand alone, but would not change my free thoughts for a throne.” November 21, 1958 Ambition: to be a lab techni¬ cian; Suppressed Desire: to be a forest ranger in the Northwest, to go to Europe; Pet Peeve: rainy Mon¬ days, boring weekends, Fairhaven; Fondest Memory: Maine, 9th grade, going to Virginia with Deb H.; Happiest When: with good friends and when party¬ ing, weekends come, when it’s summer, camping; Salient Characteristic: after-session. " The High Supreme Demented Bard” " Music washes away from the soul the dust of every¬ day living.” September 28, 1958 Ambition: professional musi¬ cian; Suppressed Desire: to sail to the Caribbean; Pet Peeve: a dirty organ; Fondest Memory: July 2, 1974; Happiest When: playing out; Salient Characteristic- organ. Q uSO i ' (3. " Sue” " She speaks little but there is conversation in her eyes.” December 10, 1957 Ambition: to be an accountant; Suppressed Desire: to go to California; Pet Peeve: having to see Mrs. Martin first thing in the morning; Fondest Memory: 9th grade year and sneaking out of school; Happiest When: camping at Martha’s Vine¬ yard; Salient Characteristic: placid. " So mild, so strong, so good . . April 24, 1958 Ambition: to be 18 before the drink¬ ing age is raised; Suppressed Desire: to be an inspec¬ tor at the Registry; Pet Peeve: Mr. Haaland’s mark¬ ing system, covering books at the beginning of the year; Fondest Memory: float building; Happiest When: asleep in Mr. Cippolini’s class, almost getting thrown out of the hotel in Quebec; Salient Charac¬ teristic: manager. 95 " Nanc” " She seems quiet to those who do not know her.” June 15, 1958 Ambition: to be a retail merchandi¬ ser; Suppressed Desire: to become an auto-mechanic; Pet Peeve: walking through the girls’ locker room and tunnel; Fondest Memory: Junior Prom; Happiest When: eating ice cream; Salient Characteristic: Bobby. " The voiceless mountains speak of the eloquence that is in silence.” ( November ' 1, 1956 Ambition: to find a certain someone; Suppressed Desire: to understand; Pet Peeve: phony people; Fondest Memory: September 27,1975; Happiest When: just being content; Salient Characteristic: silence. cAffViiiQ$. (sfunJmejv " The world belongs to the energetic — but who wants the world?” May 11, 1958 Happiest when: not in school; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: height. " To be myself, to be free, that is my dream . . May 23, 1957 Ambition: Wildlife Management; Suppressed Desire: to get away from the city, to have 80 different people organize class reunions, to have everyone together for one cocktail party before the end, and to have everyone remain sociable through¬ out the years ahead; Fondest Memory: 7th Grade, freshman Algebra class, Senior year; Happiest When: the air is clean and my mind is at rest; Salient Characteristic: smile. U a ( D(( " Harry” . . for that happy day, Oh! that happy day!” July 6, 1958 Ambition: to teach young children; Suppressed Desire: to be very rich and to ski all over the world; Pet Peeve: arguments, homework, studies, " Sea Secrets,” York Steak House, people with cam¬ eras, girls’ gym shorts, mayonnaise, speeches; Fond¬ est Memory: Austria, February 1975, class rings, laughing and smiling with others, writing on book- covers, parties, my high curly ponytail, the class of ’75; Happiest When: with people I know and love; Salient Characteristic: skiing. 96 fe— 8 " A girl a day keeps the homework away.’ August 16,1958 Salient Characteristic: girls. dDamo¥om rffaht " Someday she will surprise you.” August 3, 1958 Ambition: to work in a bank; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to meet Robert Redford; Pet Peeve: people who think they’re better than others, running the 600, the girls’ locker room; Fondest Memory: first day at high school, getting class rings, Mrs. Borowiec’s typing class, Rm. 8, Mrs. Mello’s gym classes, Mr. Pehrson’s accounting class; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristics: agreeableness. Boo Boo " Look out everyone . . . that camera could be dan¬ gerous.” February 24, 1958 Ambition: to be a professional photographer; Suppressed Desire: to own money and to hold on to it; Pet Peeve: smelly locker rooms, peo¬ ple who walk on crutches and don’t need them, peo¬ ple who call me Boo Boo; Salient Characteristic: camera. " Bea Bop” " Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fight for them.” May 16, 1958 Ambition: to be successful in any¬ thing and everything I set out to do; Suppressed Desire: to travel and then settle in the country, living in a log cabin, to be a psychologist or a judge; Pet Peeve: unthoughtful people, people who won’t say hello just because they don’t know you, having to stay in school 6th and 7th periods when you have studies — which should be eliminated, people who don’t value other people’s feelings; Fondest Memory: Mr. Marchand’s history classes, selling candy as a Junior and winning the " J. Geils” tickets, trip to Virginia with Joan, and good times; Happiest When: with people who make me laugh, outside in the fresh air, the summer with good friends; Salient Characteristic: radicalness. (Janet ffadfla ' ffaijdon " Hays” " Give her a basketball and she’s in her glory.” July 31, 1958 Ambition: to play basketball and own a big house in the country; Suppressed Desire: to spend a day with the Three Stooges; Fondest Mem¬ ory: all the wildness that Wiz, Beth, Deboulder, Lor- nado, Maureen, Kristin, Lau, Heals, Wendy, Ann, Tillet, and I have ever done, playing BASKETBALL for Fairhaven High, singing with Steph at the War Concert, summer vacations, and Junior year gym class with wildwoman Rodriques; Happiest When: playing basketball and being wild; Salient Character¬ istic: puns. " She deserves paradise who makes her friends laugh.” October 1, 1957 Ambition: to help underprivileged children; Suppressed Desire: to become an airline stewardess; Pet Peeve: dishonesty; Fondest Memory: March 28, 1973, Junior Prom, Cheerleaders’ Dance ’75, going to Martha’s Vineyard with Tim and then to Cathay Temple, basketball Sophomore year, camp¬ ing at Miles Standish with friends, Speech and Drama class, down the Fort with the gang, sleeping at Kris’ house with Laurie and Stef, going with Mic¬ key, being a Bonwit in MASH; Happiest When: feeling secure, getting my back scratched with long fingernails; Salient Characteristic: Lady-in-Waiting. fjfottn JfemeMij " Hen” " Give the world the best you have — and the best will come back to you.” September 29, 1957 Ambition: to graduate from college, to be wealthy and to travel; Suppressed Desire: to be President of the United States; Pet Peeve: sprints after practice; Fondest Memory: foot¬ ball — Senior year; Salient Characteristic: ambitious. cAfahi fftobed RRmim " He adorned upon whatever subject he either wrote or spoke upon by the most splendid eloquence.” April 18, 1958 Ambition: Priesthood (Roman Catholic); Suppressed Desire: to be the Pope; Pet Peeve: hypcrisy; Fondest Memory: Mr. Grabiec et. al.; Happiest When: with people; Salient Character¬ istic: sophistication. ( RobedRRodges, Rf . " Spider” " Music is the medicine of the mind.” July 22, 1958 Ambition: to have a Ph.D. in Fores¬ try and Ecology; Suppressed Desire: to be RICH; Pet Peeve: waking up for school; Fondest Memory: I have a lot of them; Happiest When: listening to music; Salient Characteristic: drums. " Cindy-lou” " Begin at once to live, and count each day as a sepa¬ rate life.” December 19, 1958 Ambition: to go to college, to travel; Suppressed Desire: to own my own island near Bermuda; Pet Peeve: winter, getting ripped off by my friends; Fondest Memory: zinging in Maine, 9th grade; Happiest When: partying and with good friends; Salient Characteristic: fun-loving. 98 dfei m " Steve” " An affable and courteous gentleman.” January 1, 1957 Ambition: to become an architect; Suppressed Desire: to be rich; Pet Peeve: doing homework; Happiest When: around friends; Salient Characteristic: politeness. " Sandy” " There is a deal of deviltry beneath her mild exte¬ rior.” June 30, 1958 Ambition: to be happy and succeed in life; Suppressed Desire: to be rich, to own a horse and see the world; Pet Peeve: spiders, maggots, and people who think they’re greater than everyone else; Fondest Memory: all the parties last winter; Happi¬ est When: laughing, doing something crazy, making someone special happy; Salient Characteristic: gig¬ gle. on " Georgie” " Life is a game that must be played.” December 5, 1957 Ambition: to travel the world; Suppressed Desire: to be able to know everyone; Pet Peeve: Tuesday morning after getting out of work on Monday nights; Fondest Memory: growing up, yesterday in school; Happiest When: on the back roads riding a motorcycle; Salient Characteristic: fancy shirts. " Happiness is equally accessible to all mankind.” February 15, 1958 Ambition: to be a psychiatrist; Suppressed Desire: world traveller; Pet Peeve: people who are never on time; Fondest Memory: friends at FHS; Happiest When: eating; Salient Characteristic: happy-go-lucky. ( RiifuthJ " Rick” " He knows what is what.” November 13, 1957 Ambition: to be a welder; Happiest When: I graduate; Salient Characteristic: car. 99 7)ru i i l ( P. 0Lb ' uhsk " Dave” " He preferred to be, rather than to seem.” July 12, 1957 Ambition: to hit goals in my Amway career; Suppressed Desire: to own a Lotus and take a trip to Florida; Fondest Memory: Mr. Marchand’s 5th period History class, the last day in the Junior High; Happiest When: getting out of school; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: neat appearance " Let the sunshine down on me . . August 31, 1958 Ambition: to be a photographer; Suppressed Desire: to drive to Colorado with Kathy and Barbara and learn to ride a horse; Pet Peeve: peo¬ ple who think I only own jeans!, my car, and not being able to water ski; Fondest Memory: when I went to New Jersey with Kathy; Happiest When: with good friends having a good time; Salient Char¬ acteristic: chatter " Boof” " Happy am I; from care, Pm free.” November 28, 1957 Ambition: to become an accountant; Pet Peeve: having to get a late note from the addition office; Fondest Memory: Accounting III; Happiest When: picking on Santos; Salient Characteristic: gait TRe enuvuy 8. TKmkHy " Rose” " When Irish eyes are smiling, they’re sure to steal your heart away.” February 25, 1958 Ambition: to become a lawyer; Suppressed Desire: to own a Mercedes-Benz; Pet Peeve: people who bug me constantly — Kathy!; Fondest Memory: Mr. Haaland’s 7th period Chemis¬ try class; Happiest When: on the first day of Spring; Salient Characteristic: authoritativeness ( lAfiefwicA C KAiS " Mike” " Why should life all labor be?” November 7, 1975 Ambition: to have money and live happily; Suppressed Desire: to travel the U.S. on a Harley Davidson; Pet Peeve: going to assemblies; Fondest Memory: my Junior year; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristic: nonchalant " Kris” " Perfection can be obtained by the individual only in the sense that she communicates everything she has been able to see.” August 19, 1958 Ambition: to avoid excesses, extremes, and complacency, to be understanding and open to all things, to not have to suppress any desires, to do everything before it’s too late, and to ENJOY life; Suppressed Desire: to hike the entire Appalachian Trail, to see the simplicity in the com¬ plicated, to sky dive, to be happy always, and to see Neil Young, " CSN Y”, ' ' Led Zeppelin”, and ' ' YES” in concert; Pet Peeve: unfriendly atmos¬ pheres, hiccups, geometry, tans that fade too fast, repression, the convent at U. Mass, crutches, pres¬ sure, boring weekends; Fondest Memory: summers, field hockey, " Buddy Rich”, the surprise party in ’74, " Three Stooges”, Beach Boys Chicago Concert and all the other great times spent with good friends; Happiest When: laughing, adventuring, making oth¬ ers happy, and listening to music; Salient Character¬ istic: earnestness " Ever let the fancy roam; pleasure never is at home.” February 23, 1957 Ambition: to travel; Suppressed Desire: Airline Stewardess; Fondest Memory: Flo¬ rida, Summer ’74; Happiest When: on a Harley; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: unobtrusive " Debbie” " Our character is our will, for what we will we are.” June 24, 1954 Ambition: to become a legal secre¬ tary; Suppressed Desire: to go to England with Ste¬ fan; Pet Peeve: people who have no consideration for others; Fondest Memory: August 16, 1974; Happiest When: Friday’s here to start the weekend; Salient Characteristic: contacts Qjasa c Jj[ona (! " Smiles and friends go hand in hand.” March 9, 1958 Ambition: to become a social worker; Suppressed Desire: to travel; Pet Peeve: working at Friendly’s, waking up for school; Fondest Memory: Mr. Haaland’s Chemistry, Mr. Albritton; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Character¬ istic: congeniality " Some men come, and some men go; but I go on for¬ ever.” March 15, 1958 Ambition: to become a lawyer and stay single; Suppressed Desire: to travel around the world; Pet Peeve: snobs, dizzy; Fondest Memory: summer of ’75, Alice Cooper Concert, the year the Hockey team won the championship; Happiest When: listening to my music, not working at A W; Salient Characteristic: Mustang 101 " A good heart is better than all the heads in the world.” June 24, 1958 Ambition: Psychologist — so I can help out all the weird people; Suppressed Desire: to take a couple of years and travel all over Europe with a tent and a bike; Pet Peeve: the uninvolved, lazy people who complain; Fondest Memory: D.J.B.D.’s great classes!; Happiest When: listening to John Denver speak to me through his songs, especially with special friends; Salient Characteristic: good- natured. Jt(dm " Marvelous” " Come what may, he’ll find a way.” December 10, 1956 Ambition: to be a race car driver; Suppressed Desire: to be famous; Pet Peeve: History; Fondest Memory: going to Virginia; Happi¬ est When: carrying alot of money; Salient Character¬ istic: quiet. " Without music life would be a dreary mistake.” April 23, 1958 Ambition: Social Worker; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be a famous singer or at least live " happily ever after”; Pet Peeve: people who think they know it all, Math; Fondest Memory: 2nd date with Danny, Hoosac exchange concert, float meet¬ ings, Junior Prom, January 31, Graduation, 1926; Happiest When: with Danny; Salient Characteristic: voice. " Sha” " If a face could launch a thousand ships . . .” June 6, 1958 Ambition: to become a nurse; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to stop everything I’m doing and see the whole, wide world; Pet Peeve: having to work after winning a football game; Fondest Memory: Turkey Day Game 1974, all the years with Milt, Martha’s Vineyard with Billy; Happiest When: ever¬ yone’s together and messin’ around; Salient Charac¬ teristic: pertness. " Marcus” " His pleasure in life is doing what others say he can¬ not do.” June 2,1958 Ambition: to become a successful bus¬ inessman and the boss of 500 men; Suppressed Desire: to play for the Boston Red Sox; Pet Peeve: being asked the same question five times; Fondest Memory: teaching baseball during the summer, June 1, 1975; Happiest When: playing baseball, vacations; Salient Characteristic: baseball. 102 " Ernie” " Follow me and thou shall not lack amusement.” February 13, 1958 Ambition: to see the world; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be rich; Pet Peeve: doing home¬ work, classwork, etc.; Fondest Memory: Mr. Antho¬ ny’s class; H appiest When: doing nothing; Salient Characteristic: new cars. ( yfth -Aifakie A Aienhmj " Rete” " Yesterday we were, today we are.” June 22, 1958 Ambition: to become a hairdresser; Suppressed Desire: to visit Hawaii; Pet Peeve: peo¬ ple who are never on time; Fondest Memory: getting our school rings, the summer of ’75, and Mr. Antho¬ ny’s 7th period class; Happiest When: with someone I care about; Salient Characteristic: disposition. iOakifne Ann AAiCunento " Liva” " Laugh and the whole class laughs with you.” July 28, 1958 Ambition: to live a long, healthy, and happy life in a world of love; Suppressed Desire: to sing in a band with Ricky or to become a famous comedian; Pet Peeve: backstabbers, prejudiced peo¬ ple; Fondest Memory: going to aftersession dressed as a clown with Kathie D.; Happiest When: with Ricky; Salient Characteristic: humor. 2) Uui£ ( Jjtoh)a (b " The faithful study of the liberal arts humanizes character.” September 7, 1958 Ambition: to become a teacher; Suppressed Desire: to be a tennis pro; Pet Peeve: stu¬ dents who walk too slow in the corridors; Fondest Memory: going to away football games on the bus, Key Club Dance, S.A.E. float meetings, chorus, band practice; Happiest When: working with little chil¬ dren; Salient Characteristic: diligence. " Looey” " I say little but who knows what I think.” March 30, 1958 Ambition: to become a mechanical engineer; Suppressed Desire: to race Motocross and win; Pet Peeve: racing Motocross and losing; Fond¬ est Memory: racing, winning, crashing, hurting; Happiest When: traveling; Salient Characteristic: motorcycles. 103 " Lopez” " A smile for everyone —” July 2, 1958 Ambition: to major in Business Administration; Suppressed Desire: to be on an undefeated team; Pet Peeve: people who rush me! pineapple muscles; Fondest Memory: rowdiness at track camp, Summer of 75, when Stef, Jess, Beach, and I pushed Pease’s car into street, building all the great class floats, having our track bus stopped by the Taunton policemen, the last field hockey game with Westport, and Friends; Happiest When: with my crazy friends; Salient Characteristic: kindness " Deke” " I came to school to get a general idea of things.” June 15, 1958 Ambition: to go into the Air Force for 20 years; Suppressed Desire: to keep playing ice hockey; Pet Peeve: getting blamed for something I didn’t do; Fondest Memory: making the High School hockey team on the first tryout; Happiest When: getting my first " A” ever on a report card; Salient Characteristic: Casanova " Dave” " A nice unparticular man.” February 5, 1958 Ambition: to travel; Salient Char¬ acteristic: unassuming cAfaeUtL " Pete” " Men of few words are the best men.” January 9, 1956 Ambition: mechanical engineer; Suppressed Desire: to drive a Ferrari and to be suc¬ cessful; Pet Peeve: stuffy people; Fondest Memory: Friday and Saturday nights; Happiest When: among friends; Salient Characteristic: computer projects ( Mmos c fj " Tommy” " To him the world is made for fun and frolic.” May 30, 1958 Ambition: to be a lawyer; Suppressed Desire: to have a penthouse in New York City and to have a home in Arizona; Pet Peeve: people who lie; Fondest Memory: the year " 1975”; Happiest When: traveling or playing baseball or basketball on a hot summer night; Salient Characteristic: carefree laugh 104 C fahiitw cs{nM ( liaixujuii " Mar” " A graceful, charming, quiet pac kage.” March 2, 1958 Ambition: to be a secretary for a doctor and to travel to Hawaii; Suppressed Desire: to be a millionaire; Pet Peeve: people who think that they’re better than everyone else; Fondest Memory: getting pre-engaged in 74; Happiest When: with Russell; Salient Characteristic: sunny disposition " Manny” " Everything that’s fun — that’s for me.” April 25, 1958 Ambition: to be an interior decora¬ tor and to start my own business; Suppressed Desire: to have undefeated teams in all athletics at Fairha- ven, to see Mr. Duarte get laryngitis, to be happy in anything I do in life; Pet Peeve: disappointments, hiccups, Mark’s glasses, Dartmouth, nosey two-faced girls, female referees in basketball; Fondest Memory: March 16, 1974, camping at Miles Standish with Lynne, Beth, Wendy, Lisa, Janet, Debbie and Ann, Chicago Beach Boys Concert, Junior Skip Day, Speech and Drama, playing basketball for Fairhaven, two Division II championships in football, the wild summer night down the Fort, all my 3 years at FHS; Happiest When: doing wild and unheard of things with Debbie, Janet and Beth, I’m at ease with myself and the world, with Mark; Salient Characteristic: spirited ! RaeM cA{au cAfamtU " Rach” " To speak her thoughts is every woman’s right.” November 12, 1957 Ambition: to be successful in any career I choose, and to live a happy life; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be Mr. Lanagan’s assistant football coach, and to travel around the world; Pet Peeve: people who think they are better than others, and people who are prejudiced; Fondest Memory: being head of Color Guards for 2 years, and receiving our high school rings; Happiest When: around people, cheering at the football games, and winning; Salient Characteristic: Our Lady’s Haven ( jRol)zd 3)(iLAl(A((lAth " Bobby” " To live is good.” July 13, 1958 Ambition: to become a manager or tradesman of some kind; Suppressed Desire: to own a black convertible ’Vet with white interior; Pet Peeve: nasty people who always have something to say; Fondest Memory: when Judy accepted my ring; Happiest When: with Judy; Salient Characteristic: Judy (AbAb ( {nn (yfyfoMti " Politeness is to do and say the kindest thing in the kindest way.” August 1, 1958 Ambition: to be a creative arts teacher or to work for IBM; Suppressed Desire: to be a gymnastics champion in the Olympics; Pet Peeve: my trick knee; Fondest Memory: Junior Prom, band practices, float meetings, football games, Key Club Dances; Happiest When: with good friends, listen¬ ing to music and creating; Salient Characteristic: courteous 105 ( Willim . 53 oJjo dcJi(ahby " Brad” " Adventures are to the adventurous.” May 28, 1958 Ambition: medical field; Suppressed Desire: to be the second Markey in office; Pet Peeve: Marching Band; Fondest Memory: the exchange con¬ cert; Happiest When: not in school; Salient Charac¬ teristic: YMCA Ski Club " Cind” " I find much happiness in this world.” October 9, 1957 Ambition: to become a hairdres¬ ser; Suppressed Desire: to become a millionaire; Pet Peeve: my sister; Fondest Memory: 18th birthday at Mike’s house, running track, traveling back and forth to Texas, Mr. Barriteau’s Spanish III class; Happiest When: I’m with Mike; Salient Characteristic: Texas " Jeff” " He, the best of all musicians; He, the sweetest of all singers.” April 17, 1957 Ambition: to become a teacher; Suppressed Desire: to grow an afro; Pet Peeve: peo¬ ple who don’t speak out against injustice; Fondest Memory: Junior Prom and May 20, 1975; Happiest When: with people; Salient Characteristic: musical " Kathy” " Happy-go-lucky, and carefree.” December 4, 1957 Ambition: to be a secretary; Suppressed Desire: to go to New Hampshire with Phil; Pet Peeve: people who rack on others; Happi¬ est When: with my friends; Salient Characteristic: Room lB cAidtLeu " Jimbo” " For what we are, we are.” November 3, 1958 Ambition: to fly for the gov¬ ernment; Suppressed Desire: Capri; Pet Peeve: Print¬ ing, period 5; Fondest Memory: Junior Day, travel¬ ing and camping all summer; Happiest When: you have all three lunches and don’t get caught for three years; Salient Characteristic: Speech and Drama 106 ii ' (A(atjnaU " Ab” " A velvet violet by a mossy stone . . January 17, 1958 Ambition: to travel; Suppressed Desire: to own a goat; Fondest Memory: someone dancing with my mother all night; Salient Character¬ istic: beauty. Afmm III " Tommy” " Curiosity is the spice of life.” September 29, 1958 Ambition: to become a physi¬ cal therapist in a children’s hospital; Suppressed Desire: to own two horses, one mansion on the beach, and a chalet on my own ski slope in New Hampshire; Pet Peeve: people who don’t accept oth¬ ers for what they are, and tripping up the stairs; Fondest Memory: being a monitor in 9th grade. Jun¬ ior and Senior years, Junior Day, and April 5, 1974; Happiest When: In a R-o-w-d-i-e mood; Salient Characteristic: curiosity. " Chester” " No matter what others may be, she is always her¬ self.” September 2, 1958 Ambition: Theatre Arts; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to travel the world on my bike; Pet Peeve: lousy " male” drivers, inconsiderate people; Fondest Memory: Ace on the warpath, beautiful skipping days, JoAnn in English and Physiology, Lisa in homeroom, Mr. Rich, debates with teachers; Happiest When: laughing, sleeping; Salient Charac¬ teristic: merriness. A(eMaa(f " Lis” " My gift is my song, and this one’s for you.” June 27, 1957 Ambition: to be a registered nurse; Suppressed Desire: to go to Norway; Pet Peeve: self¬ ish and two-faced people; Fondest Memory: my vaca¬ tion in Norway; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristics: Scandinavian features. " Mousey” " The law is made to take care of rascals.” August 21, 1956 Ambition: to marry Cathy and to live happily; Suppressed Desire: to be able to get anything I want; Pet Peeve: getting out of bed in the morning; Fondest Memory: long summer fights with the Santos; Happiest When: I’m with Cathy; Salient Characteristic: rebellious. 107 " Twitch” " A man of mild disposition’ March 31, 1958 Ambition: to become fluent enough in French to visit France; Suppressed Desire: to play guitar in a rock group; Pet Peeve: lost Sopho¬ mores; Fondest Memory: the first four weeks of Sen¬ ior year; Happiest When: with friends; Salient Char¬ acteristic: jolly " Sam” " The only way to have a friend to be one.” June 17, 1958 Ambition: to get the most out of life, and to always have friends around; Suppressed Desire: to be more independent; Pet Peeve: being alone too much; Fondest Memory: Chicago Beach Boys Concert, Ann and Sue, the Murray twins, Junior Prom, when S. L. used to blush when walking across the gym to talk to me at lunch, intense " philosophi¬ cal” talks with Ann and Sue, the Class of ’75, Phys¬ ics; Happiest When: entertaining, debating with Sue; Salient Characteristic: sincerity 7)omia " Donna Leena” " Bubbling and laughing she lives her life.” December 31, 1957 Ambition: to be successful in what I do, hopefully a probation officer; Suppressed Desire: to be like my mother; Pet Peeve: society, and people who talk about people they don’t know; Fondest Memory: meeting a certain someone; Happi¬ est When: seeing other people happy; Salient Char¬ acteristic: unpredictability 7mi fj. Jif Wi III " Frankie” " Who does not love wine, women, and song remains a fool his whole life long.” July 14, 1958 Ambition: to go to college; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to tell Mr. Bender to . . .!; Pet Peeve: rainy weekends; Fondest Memory: initiation night at football camp; Happiest When: partying; Salient Characteristic: good-hearted ch Am " Sue Murray” " Aim at the sun and you may not reach it; but your arrow will fly higher than if aimed at an object on a level with yourself.” February 18, 1958 Ambition: to find personal ful¬ fillment — to study journalism, law and math, and to write that special book; Suppressed Desire: to have no inhibitions or bad moods, and to capture time and its special moments and memories; Pet Peeve: apa¬ thy, injustice, five hours sleep, and filling out college applications; Fondest Memory: Ann, Sharon, Kris Anne Lbs., all my friends and teachers at FHS, Junior Day, ’75 Summer, Chicago Beach boys Concert, Sen¬ ior year, 12A Math, my " journal”, those philosophi¬ cal talks, and working with Ann on the yearbook; Happiest When: reading, writing, relaxing, and hav¬ ing fun laughing, talking, and dreaming with my friends; Salient Characteristic: individuality 108 y my " Nanc” " Take everybody’s advice, then do as you please.” December 9, 1957 Ambition: to be somebody important; Suppressed Desire: to know my ambition; Pet Peeve: being starved all morning and then find¬ ing out that grilled cheese is being served for lunch; Fondest Memory: Summer of ’75 in Chicago visiting friends; Happiest When: I’m with a certain some¬ one; Salient Characteristic: jocularity. " Nick” " To a young heart everything is fun.” July 22, 1958 Ambition: to be a nurse; Suppressed Desire: to be a jockey; Pet Peeve: conceited people; Fondest Memory: football and basketball games, Mr. Albritton; Happiest When: with friends; Salient Characteristic: mother’s car. (a n y (m " Tomorrow is another day . . May 13, 1957 Ambition: to drive a truck; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to have one date with " B”; Happiest When: partying with friends; Salient Characteristic: Fairhaven Pharmacy. 1 JVMm OcAfakjO " Boy” " The power of thought is the magic of the mind.” June 13, 1958 Ambition: to be a textile chemist; Suppressed Desire: to play the organ and piano for Elton John; Pet Peeve: Physics’ homework and labs; Fondest Memory: Chicago and Beach Boys Concerts, winning my first 6-0 set; Happiest When: either working busily or having fun with good friends; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: A.V. room. " I do as I please and I do it with ease.” January 6, 1958 Ambition: to be a legal secretary; Suppressed Desire: to marry Mike; Pet Peeve: cook¬ ing class with Mrs. Pursley; Fondest Memory: get¬ ting my diamond; Happiest When: with Mike; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: attitude. 109 " Richie” " One of the best things a man can have up his sleeve is his funny bone.” November 21, 1957 Ambition: to be very success¬ ful in life; Suppressed Desire: to have an accountant’s income without having to work for it; Pet Peeve: people who brown-nose the coaches; Fondest Memory: when Mr. Lanagan and I were run¬ ning up and down the football field for punishment for me and he was getting the most of it; Happiest When: giving Mr. Bender a hard time and when I am not in school; Salient Characteristic: slap-stick humor C’hott PfaeP (Men ( Pewij " Scotty” " Words can’t describe him, he’s simply himself.” June 8, 1956 Ambition: to be a Forest Ranger; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be Chief of Police; Pet Peeve: empty gas tank; Fondest Memory: Mr. Silva’s His¬ tory class; Happiest When: riding in my van; Salient Characteristic: van pPemi PP (Pmy " Steve” " A small man may cast a great shadow.” November 8, 1956 Ambition: to become an ecolo¬ gist on a wild-life conservation; Suppressed Desire: to own a sports car; Pet Peeve: pollution; Fondest Memory: time shared with Becky; Happiest When: out with the boys; Salient Characteristic: likable " Wrecker” " People who make no noise are often dangerous.” July 5, 1958 Ambition: to graduate from college; Suppressed Desire: to finally put my ’55 Thunder- bird on the road; Pet Peeve: losing at anything; Fondest Memory: weekends; Happiest When: alone and away from people; Salient Characteristic: jeep " Joe” " The undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveler returns.” March 6, 1957 Ambition: college; Suppressed Desire: to Beat the (§ ! out of my brother; Pet Peeve: people who tell you what to do; Fondest Memory: football games; Happiest When: with friends; Salient Characteristic: timidity c Riefmd 8. (Piehm " Peach” " And I say to you when one loves people he learns something about himself.” November 30, 1958 Ambition: carpenter, oceanog¬ rapher; Suppressed Desire: to be my own boss and travel; Pet Peeve: two-faced people and rip-offs; Fondest Memory: two 1974 Junior Day parties, Fair- haven, because it is the rowdiest town I have ever seen; Happiest When: my ambition and suppressed desire come true; Salient Characteristic: Ho-Jon " JP” " In ourselves our future lies.” October 6, 1956 Ambition: to be a professional dancer; Suppressed Desire: gain my independence; Pet Peeve: people who only care about themselves and not others; Fondest Memory: 9 27 75, the day I got my own apartment; Happiest When: with a cer¬ tain someone; Salient Characteristic: apartment " Strange to the world, he wore a bashful look, the fields his study and nature his books.” June 11, 1958 Ambition: to be rich; Suppressed Desire: to work in a National Park; Pet Peeve: doing homework; Fondest Memory: Student Council meet¬ ings; Happiest When: absent from school; Salient Characteristic: amiable Anne Pi(ahie P rnd " Annie” " ’Tis a good thing to laugh at any rate; and if a straw can tickle a man, it is an instrument of happiness.” November 16, 1958 Ambition: to go to school for¬ ever so that I can know everything there is to know; Suppressed Desire: to someday prove to Mark Hes- sion that I am right; Pet Peeve: people with big mouths, being asked questions in the morning; Fondest Memory: motorcycle riding at Myles Stand- ish, Summer of 1974; Happiest When: dreaming, day or night; Salient Characteristic: quick wit ( Dab LpiMnan " One of original ideas.” September 21, 1958 Ambition: to be a forest ranger; Suppressed Desire: to live in a log cabin, to win the lottery; Pet Peeve: Mr. Albritton on a bad day; Fondest Memory: 11th grade at FHS; Happiest When: school’s out; Salient Characteristic: extrem¬ ism 111 (Aplm 35 m ( RoMm " Ranse” " It is so easy to be good-natured I wonder anybody takes the time to be anything else.” February 19, 1958 Ambition: Forestry, Engineer¬ ing; Suppressed Desire: to hike and climb all sum¬ mer and ski all winter; Pet Peeve: Winter Track Meets; Fondest Memory: Cheerleaders’ Dance ’74, sailing with Mr. Malcolm; Happiest When: with Marie; Salient Characteristic: thoughtfulness. S zaletd ' fj p cu " Boo Boo” " I am a part of all I have met.” October 9, 1958 Ambition: Foreign Interpreter, International Affairs; Suppressed Desire: to speak every language in the world, to have straight hair; Pet Peeve: waiting, being late, baseball, green beans; Fondest Memory: 1974 Band Exchange, French class skit; Happiest When: everything is going my way, when I come back with a snappy remark; Salient Characteristic: imitations. " Orman” " . . . and above all things a good fellow.” May 4, 1958 Ambition: accountant; Suppressed Desire: to own a Cadillac; Pet Peeve: studies; Fond¬ est Memory: painting the old fire bam; Happiest When: spying on floats; Salient Characteristic: tuba. (pjodu tzRledohJi " Crisco” " All the world’s a stage.” April 23, 1958 Ambition: artist; Suppressed Desire: to live in England; Fondest Memory: build¬ ing floats, Pops Concerts; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristic: caricatures. ( uiakd " Dor” " A quiet young miss who never is bold, she minds her own business and does what she’s told.” December 29, 1957 Ambition: to go to college and be successful in whatever I choose and hopefully to get married and have alot of money; Suppre ssed Desire: to win a gold medal, running the 880 in the Olympics; Pet Peeve: going into my French IV class every day and not knowing a word Mr. Dufour says; Fondest Memory: color guard, getting to know the greatest people in the world at FHS; Happiest When: with Faron; Salient Characteristic: her cus¬ tom-made track suit. ( j)ou(jiah ( i . ‘RpbuhScm " Nine tenths of wisdom consists in being wise in time.” September 12, 1958 Ambition: to be a free lance artist making lots of bucks and see the world in my Porshe; Suppressed Desire: to be short for a day, to send Cher a training bra; Pet Peeve: a bologna and cheese sandwich without mustard, people who don’t know who Mott The Hoople is, being asked how tall I am, and being called down to the office; Fondest Memory: Cindy, summer in Brazil, those long nights at the Quebec Hilton, the lunch bunch, Speech and Drama, the art room, tour of the combat zone, in Aracutuba at midnight, swimming in the pool at the club with Monica and Devon, and getting in trouble, toots, getting my camera bag tackled at a football game, and letting Alyson drive my car through the cemetery; Salient Characteristic: art room " When there’s fun she’s always in it, never still for half a minute.” January 26, 1958 Ambition: to be happy and suc¬ cessful in whatever 1 do, to go to college and become a social worker; Suppressed Desire: to live in Europe and own a chalet in the Alps, to travel and see as much of the world as I can, to become a lawyer; Pet Peeve: Business course, red lights, busy telephones, people who won’t tell you what is wrong when they’re upset; Fondest Memory: going to Austria (right Ann), " Clima Club,” football games, week¬ ends, becoming friends with Judy, Mr. Albritton, sophomore year, September 19, 1975, Wildwoman Haydon, Stellan, Hasse, Holgar, Dartmouth-Stang game with Diane, Cathie, Judy, and Linda, 9th grade cooking class with Diane, " Baretta”; Happiest When: with my friends and having a good time, having long talks with Diane and Judy and Cathie; Salient Characteristic: fullfillment Cjtem ( $£xlt Uflu£i " Bahaven Banbeacuss” " Who cares for nothing, alone is free.” January 4, 1957 Ambition: to become a carpenter; Suppressed Desire: to be the President of Playboy Club; Pet Peeve: school lunches; Fondest Memory: last day of school; Happiest When: out of school; Salient Characteristic: unattached ( J)el))n _ ( w ( ouima " Debbie” " The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.” January 8, 1957 Ambition: to work with children; Suppressed Desire: to marry Arthur; Pet Peeve: con¬ ceited people and people who think they are better than everyone else; Fondest Memory: January 25, 1974, going down to Miles Standish; Happiest When: with Arthur and friends; Salient Characteris¬ tic: Arty " Happy go lucky; easy go free; nothing on this earth bothers me.” April 3, 1957 Ambition: to be an aircraft mechanic, or just to be rich; Suppressed Desire: to be rich and to be the funniest person alive, and to maybe have my own T.V. show; Pet Peeve: Rachal-Ann Marie Saint; Fondest Memory: The hay ride, going skiing at King Pine, parties at my house, the critor, school and everybody in it, the Fonz, Mrs. Lister’s black eye, the camping trip. Junior Day ’75, Mr. Dufuor, Mr. Silva, 4th period study with Wendy, Abbey, Greta, Lynne and the Critor, float meetings, walking the halls, my friends; Happiest When: with Pat; Salient Charac¬ teristics: parties ' . ' Jimmy” " In silence also there’s a worth that brings no rise.” April 30, 1958 Ambition: to be successful in life; Suppressed Desire: to be a leader; Pet Peeve: People who are all talk and no action; Fondest Memory: Mr. Anthony’s architecture classes and Mr. Rapoza’s art classes, Mr. Haaland’s chemistry classes; Salient Characteristic: BPM " Polack” " Friendly to all who cross her path.” July 4, 1958 Ambition: To become a physical ther¬ apist; Suppressed Desire: to be able to eat my way through a mountain and not gain an ounce; Pet Peeve: getting up in the morning, people who ask me if my height bothers me, vegetables, flying insects, messiness, unplucked eyebrows; Fondest Memory: being someone’s " babe”; Happiest When: with people I’m close to, eating and sleeping; Salient Characteristic: witticisms " Don’t deny the highway in my soul.” July 26, 1958 Ambition: to be happy; Suppressed Desire: to get married and travel to Nepal; Pet Peeve: Paul Louis Rousseau; Fondest Memory: May 3, 1975, Anthony’s Pier 4, parties at Rousseau’s, Mr. Machand, Mr. Haadland, Mr. Albritton; Happiest When: with Jimmy; Salient Characteristic: mischief- maker " Shark” " Remember, Napolean was a little man.” July 23, 1957 Ambition: to be self-employed; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to travel around the world; Pet Peeve: compositions; Fondest Memory: the apple fight in the 9th grade cafeteria; Happiest When: on a long drive with my girlfriend and a six of " Bud”, not going anywhere; Salient Characteristic: Long Road fBdm J{.A ffime " Her quiet and unassuming m anner brings forth her pleasant ways.” July 26, 1957 Ambition: photographer or secretary; Suppressed Desire: to travel and to be rich; Pet Peeve: conceited and sleezy people; Fondest Mem¬ ory: July 23, 1974, J. Geils Concert, and Joe’s home¬ coming; Happiest When: with fun people who make me forget the blues, and with my family; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: unpretentious Q tmn Q$atm " Sak” " Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personal¬ ity” June 10, 1957 Ambition: to own a chain of gas sta¬ tions; Suppressed Desire: to build my own race car; Pet Peeve: dancing; Fondest Memory: June 20, 1975; Happiest When: Pm out with someone I like; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: wild grin " Mickey” " The hardest task is to be a popular hero.” May 31, 1958 Ambition: to go on to college, open my own business after graduation, and to also suc¬ ceed in everything I do; Suppressed Desire: to play professional football and to travel the world; Pet Peeve: brown-nosers and people who are stuck-up; Fondest Memory: Freshman year, Freshman and Var¬ sity football; the skit at football camp Senior year, Miss Ring’s math class, and getting sent to the show¬ ers by my own coach —Junior year; Happiest When: with friends and doing things I enjoy; Salient Characteristic: athletic ability fOeLw 9kAQ$antM " Sam” " Happiness seems made to be shared.” September 5, 1958 Ambition: to go to SMU and study accounting; Suppressed Desire: to keep close to all my friends after graduation; Pet Peeve: people who think they’re better than anyone else; Happiest When: I’m near my friends; Salient Characteristic: felicitous " Man is free at the moment he wishes to be.” September 20, 1958 Ambition: to go to college and study engineering; Suppressed Desire: to be the owner of Heineken Inc.; Pet Peeve: school lunches; Fondest Memory: going out to lunch; Happiest When: on vacation; Salient Characteristic: free spirit " Ginnie” " To know is nothing at all, to imagine is everything.” April 7, 1958 Ambition: to be a sportscaster; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to play for the Boston Bruins, be a pro bowler, and to marry Derek Sanderson; Pet Peeve: mornings, the Philadelphia Flyers and Kate Smith, Buddy Thomas, Bruin’s-haters, freeloaders, and two-faced people; Fondest Memory: meeting Mr Rich, Mr. Rich’s Oceanography course, 5th period studies in the Old Auditorium, July 23, 1975, bowl¬ ing championshps, Red Sox and Bruin’s games, the good old days with BP, DT, KS, July 23 to August 6th with GB, Dec. 24, 1974, and BM on the " GT”; Happiest When: bowling fantastic, at Bruin’s and Red Sox games, and with special friends; Salient Characteristic: The Bruins 5R behjt y(nd)e c fiefp " A smile is something that everybody everywhere does in the same language.” January 15, 1957 Ambition: to be an oceanogra¬ pher; Salient Characteristic: warm-hearted " Littlejohn” " If studies interfere with a good time, why study?” June 20, 1957 Ambition: auto mechanic; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to buy a ’Vette; Pet Peeve: conceited jocks; Fondest Memory: Sue; Happiest When: driv¬ ing; Salient Characteristic: white sports car wiugJn.My.g ' v " Billy” " He puts his worries in a pocket with a hole in it.” June 7, 1958 Ambition: Computer technologist and to own my own " packi”; Suppressed Desire: to go polar bear hunting in Alaska; Pet Peeve: adults who make Sophomore floats; Fondest Memory: " Jaws” cast, parties, float buildings; Happiest When: making money at M.V., water skiing with and with¬ out skis, pizza; Salient Characteristic: Martha’s Vine¬ yard ( Jjtjnne C idwt " Judy” " It’s nice to be natural when you’re naturally nice.” September 3, 1958 Ambition: to get a job in a bank; Suppressed Desire: to make my family proud of me, to own a blue mustang; Pet Peeve: people who deliberately hurt and embarrass others, oral reports, the corridors, two-faced people; Fondest Memory: Mr. Pehrson’s Accounting I class, Mrs. S.’s Steno I, the day rings came in, the day I got Panda; Happiest When: doing things I enjoy and being with Bobby: Salient Characteristic: Bobby 1 ) i endy SHvgabetd Q ifvcu " Wend” " A smile that bursts.” April 13, 1958 Ambition: to live happily; Sup¬ pressed Desire: to be the fashion coordinator for Sacks Fifth Avenue of New York, to own a late Model T; Pet Peeve: Dogs chasing you on your bike, rainy days; Fondest Memory: Chicago Beach Boys Concert, camping at Miles Standish, Camp Hills¬ boro, beating Dartmouth on Turkey Day in ’74, June 1, 1975; Happiest When: with friends, and when there’s snow on the ground; Salient Characteristic: cordiality 116 C%f)fmic c A i ia " Stef” " Enthusiasm is the volcano on whose top never grows the grass of hesitation.” April 20, 1958 Ambition: to teach phys. ed. to mentally retarded children; Suppressed Desire: to be an actress; Fondest Memory: Homecoming Dance ’75, being Lynne’s " Stefsister,” basketball camp (with Peggy), getting to work on the HUTT with Ann and Su, carrying the banner with Lopez, wild¬ ness at the FORT with the " girls,” " WAR” concert with Laur, Hayes and Gillum, Kris’ house, Cathy’s pool, art — sophomore year, speech and drama, and the last field hockey game when I was a Senior and I realized how important it all was, the coaches espe¬ cially Mr. Risgin; Happiest When: watching and playing sports for FHS and going wild on the bus, Friday Chemistry lab with Mr. Haaland, Ray, Mic¬ key, Rousseau, Chuck and the rest, with Mr. Entin; Salient Characteristic: straight forwardness. " Russ” " A friend is a masterpiece of nature.” February 27, 1958 Ambition: to write a best seller and get filthy rich from it; Suppressed Desire: to tell a teacher to shut up when I’m too tired to take notes; Pet Peeve: people who babble about something I don’t even care about; Happiest When: sleeping or waterskiing; Salient Characteristic: even disposition. " Snookie” " She helps others out of fellow-feelings.” February 11, 1958 Ambition: to become a nurse; Suppressed Desire: to slide down a bannister!; Pet Peeve: people who are afraid to be themselves and try to be someone different, stapling afternoon bulle¬ tins; Fondest Memory: everything I did and everyone I met during the three great years at FHS; Happiest When: with my friends having a good time, and when Denny’s home; Salient Characteristic: accom¬ modating. Hclmt ( PciJ cSmes " Squish” " What shall we say of you — words fail us.” April 20, 1956 Ambition: to spend other people’s hard-earned pay; Suppressed Desire: to be with a cute little devil; Pet Peeve: warm beer and pepperoni piz¬ zas; Fondest Memory: Jr. Day; Happiest When: feel¬ ing no pain; Salient Characteristic: Sconticut Neck. r j m r (atfieUM Q twi " Kimba” " It’s not what you do, but what you get caught doing.” December 17, 1956 Ambition: to be happy, loved and independent; Suppressed Desire: to own a bank in California; Pet Peeve: room 7 study, pushy people and prejudiced people; Fondest Memory: Junior Day ’75, Turkey Day ’74 when we beat Dartmouth High, all of the parties, rallies, football and basketball games, float meetings since 9th grade, and when Jan and I had our tonsils out; Happiest When: partying with all of my friends and at Myrtle’s; Salient Char¬ acteristic: jokester. fB u£cQ%ml " I try my best and leave the rest.” March 22, 1957 Ambition: to fly sky high (heli¬ copter); Suppressed Desire: to make it through this big world; Pet Peeve: people who are prejudiced; Fondest Memory: FHS; Happiest When: going out of town, buying " bad” clothes; Salient Characteristic: bracelets " Thorpe” . . and if, by chance, I become rich.” October 18, 1956 Ambition: to be a truck driver; Suppressed Desire: to be a millionaire; Pet Peeve: Fairhaven police; Fondest Memory: driving my Chevy; Happiest When: with Donna; Salient Char¬ acteristic: bold " Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.” January 24, 1958 Ambition: to live a happy live; Suppressed Desire: to live in the mountains; Pet Peeve: being yourself, but people not accepting you as you are; Fondest Memory: summer of ’75, all my friends at FHS; Salient Characteristic: finesse tBu jawe Bj-dfi " Suzy” " A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!” March 12, 1957 Ambition: to raise and train horses; Suppressed Desire: to travel all over the world in a balloon; Pet Peeve: people who can’t see beyond their noses; Fondest Memory: camping up in Maine and Disneyland; Happiest When: with Tom; Salient Characteristic: attractiveness " Chump” " He has his own ideas about everything.” April 2, 1958 Ambition: to be a medical x-ray tech¬ nician, to finish college, and stay single; Suppressed Desire: to travel around the world; Fondest Memory: when getting thrown out of class without a reason, Spirit of ’76; Happiest When: going sky high; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: his restaurant C jKdtfi(Viine Ls{nrv Kipp " Kathy” " She’s the kind whose nature never varies.” June 28, 1958 Ambition: to go into the Science or Medical field; Suppressed Desire: to be a friend to everyone; Pet Peeve: people who pretend to be some¬ one they’re not; Fondest Memory: Jr. Day, 10th and 11th grade art classes, going into Mr. Haaland’s Chemistry classes in 11th grade, being with friends, bugging Mr. Pierce in the morning, messing up the chemistry labs for fun; Happiest When: with my friends; Salient Characteristic: inquisitive " Fleurent” " A lass who loves a sailor —” June 25, 1958 Ambition: to live a long and happy life with Jimmy; Suppressed Desire: be the owner of a clothing store; Pet Peeve: expensive air flights; Fondest Memory: Freshman year, Hawaii, being with my friends; Happiest When: with Jimmy in Fairha- ven!; Salient Characteristic: Jimmy " Steven” " What should men do but be merry?” February 26, 1957 Salient Characteristic: compla¬ cent " Howie” " It is his nature to be good-natured.” February 12, 1958 Ambition: to succeed in life; Suppressed Desire: to travel cross-country; Pet Peeve: people who always have everything handed to them; Fondest Memory: Junior Prom; Happiest When: listening to Elton John; Salient Characteris¬ tic: conformist " A merry soul is a gift of nature.” October 8, 1957 Ambition: to become a secretary; Suppressed Desire: to travel around the world; Pet Peeve: transcription; Fondest Memory: shorthand class with Carol, Doreen, and May; Happiest When: with Pete; Salient Characteristic: West Island 1 19 " She is a winsome, wee thing.” August 15, 1958 Salient Characteristic: diamond " Flyin’ ” " You’re only young once; after that I’ll have to think of another excuse.” November 14, 1958 Ambition: to graduate, and to blow the doors off of Bill Jenkins; Suppressed Desire: to hitchhike to California; Pet Peeve: FHS, and David Farias; Fondest Memory: Junior Day party of 1974; Happiest When: out of school; Sal¬ ient Characteristic: adventurous " A gentleman who makes no noise.” September 27, 1958 Ambition: to become a phar¬ macist; Suppressed Desire: to be a pilot; Fondest Memory: getting a letter in the shape of a fish; Hap¬ piest When: outdoors; Salient Characteristic: consci¬ entious ( )i edg " Wedgie” " As I am I will stay.” January 15, 1955 Ambition: to graduate and go to BCC for secretarial work; Suppressed Desire: to be able to get along with Mrs. Latendre even when I graduate, and to keep a good friendship; Pet Peeve: back-stabbing; Fondest Memory: Project Orient; Happiest When: out with friends when everyone’s getting along, and getting along with the Project Orient Staff; Salient Characteristic: Project Orient " A charm to know, a friend to have.” August 9, 1958 Ambition: to major in clothing and textiles at Framingham State; Suppressed Desire: drag racing; Pet Peeve: people who sight-see while driving; Fondest Memory: passing my driving test; Happiest When: with friends and having a good time; Salient Characteristic: seamstress 120 " A mighty hunter and his prey is women.” August 29, 1958 Ambition: to become a civil engi¬ neer; Suppressed Desire: to beat Mr. Dufour in ten¬ nis, 6-0, 6-0; Pet Peeve: English; Fondest Memory: splitting a match, 3-3, with Mr. Dufour; Happiest When: not in school; Salient Characteristic: suave¬ ness " Charlie” " Don’t fence him in; he’s free.” September 8, 1956 Ambition: to own a business; Suppressed Desire: to own Budweiser, Inc.; Pet Peeve: people that don’t make sense; Fondest Mem¬ ory: the times behind the school, before school; Happiest When: drinking beer, and driving my car; Salient Characteristic: Cushman Park " Sue” " A quiet exterior conceals much.” June 21, 195 8 Ambition: to be a good wife and to have a happy marriage; Suppressed Desire: to achieve higher goals; Pet Peeve: going to school; Fondest Memory: going to Florida, and New York City; Happiest When: alone; Salient Characteristic: impartial " Cathy” " An artist works with her hands and her brains and her heart.” July 2, 1958 Ambition: to be successful as a com¬ mercial artist; Suppressed Desire: to live in a log cabin along side of a lake in the mountains; Pet Peeve: having to wear a body cast for nine months and being told " take it easy”; Fondest Memory: Feb¬ ruary 6, 1973, remembering the climb to the clock tower in my Jr. year expecting to find a huge clock, but finding only a tiny box and pigeons; Happiest When: I can take life carefree with a close compan¬ ion; Salient Characteristic: pleasing personality 121 Camera Shy ( RiJxahd, ( ft of fata " Ricky” " Merrily, merrily shall I live.” September 13, 195 7 Ambition: to be happy, and to succeed in anything 1 do; Suppressed Desire: to raise a family and live in the mountains with just my family; Pet Peeve getting up for school in the morning, people who think they’re better than others; Fondest Memory: when I had all three lunch shifts; Happiest When: I get to eat a lot of lunches; Salient Characteristic: Janitor " In school she’s quite demure, outside we’re not so sure.” June 7, 1938 Ambition: to be a social worker; Suppressed Desire: to be a writer; Pet Peeve: trying to get from the second floor in the addition to the third floor in the old building; Fondest Memory: making it to class: Happiest When; on a motorcycle; Salient Characteristic: jeans [Riitmdyi Costa " Richie” " There is a great deal of unmapped country within us.” August 26, 1957 Ambition: to be a scuba diving instructor; Suppressed Desire: to be self-employed; Pet Peeve: school; Fondest Memory: my " 4l” Ford; Happiest When: with female company; Salient Characteristic: undemonstrative " Tony” " May you live all the days of your life.” March 30,1958 Salient Characteristic: quiescent « (faffCMf ( ft(J " Greg” " Who so would be a man, must be a non-conformist.” June 7, 1958 Salient Characteristic: eyes r Paul ft (anfeij 1 " He’s a good little boy as far as little boys go.” May 8, 1958 Salient Characteristic: venturesome fafauimi ( Denisefa (asujo " To be beloved, love.” June 27, 1958 Ambition: to become a nurse; Suppressed Desire: to live on a ranch in the country; Pet Peeve: snobby people; Fondest Memory: September 29, Sheri’s birth; Happiest When: with Steve and Sheri; Salient Characteristic: married " Mike” " He who invented work should have finished it.” November 7, 1957 Salient Characteristic: passiveness Waijne ( Pautuw " Mischief comes by the pound, and goes away by the ounce.” January 4, 1958 Salient Characteristic: unpresumptious " Why work when you can sleep.” May 11, 1957 Salient Characteristic: D.E. " If you’re there before it’s over you’re on time.” December 12, 1958 Ambition: to travel; Suppressed Desire travel, meet, and live with as many good people as possible; Pet Peeve: people who are not themselves, Fondest Memory: Junior Day ’75; Salient Characteristic: missing the bus For the past 32 years Louise Dennie has been working for the town of Fairhaven as a school nurse. During her first few years her job entailed the health needs of the students and school professional staff townwide. Even¬ tually she became Fairhaven High’s " own” nurse — not only caring for all the students and her faculty friends, but helping out in the office as well. Mrs. Dennie has done a fine job — and now she is going to leave us. And so, as the last Senior class to know Mrs. Dennie, we would like to thank her for all she has done. We are grateful for all the help, and time, and care you’ve given us, Mrs. Dennie. We wish for you much happiness and peace in all your future endeavors. The Graduating Class of ’76 123 r A child is someone who passes through your life and then disappears into an adult. ’ 1. Lynne Healy 2. Kathy Lopes 3. Rachael Saint 4. Howie Tucker 5. Debbie Costa 6. Debbie Cummings 7. Wendy Langlois 8. Kathy Costa 9. Cheryl Roderiques 10. Nancy Snook 11. Tom McGreevy 12. Carol Lawton 13. Rita L’Heureux 14. Ann Cataldo 15. Karen Champoux 16. Dawn Han 17. Nelson Bonito 18. Nancy Mydlack 19. Karen DeMello 20. Joan Grenon 21. Lynne George 22. Betty Burke 23. Cathy Worthington 24. Dawn Barksdale 25. Debbie Santos 26. Elaine Joseph 27. Glenna Downing 28. Diane Lombardo 29. Jeff Marshall 30. Lynda Harriman 31. Celeste Marien 32. Linda Tobertga 33. Donna Mirault 34. Stef Silvia 35. Ginnie Santos 36. Sharon LeBlanc 37. Brenda White 38. Anne Pounds 39. Mickey Santos 40. Kathy Gordon 41. Abbie Maynard 42. Sue Murray 43 Laurie Adams 44. Marlene Malaguti 45. Cheryl Nickerson 46. Alyson Brault 47. Billy Shelley 48. Richie Benoit 49. Maureen Maniey 50. Tim Foster 51. Ken Hakanson 52. Diane Alphonse 53. Betty Rapoza 54. Janet Haydon 55. Steve Ransom 56. Debbie Bourgault 57. Wendy Silva 58. Ann Almeida 59. Kris Krosschell 125 Superlatives Cutest Class Clowns Sharon LeBlanc and Roberto Schelp Friendliest Ernie Lewis and Wendy Langlois Rich Pease and Darleen Livramento 126 Most Likely to Succeed Sue Murray and Steve Ransom Most School-Spirited Joe Bettencourt and Debbie Costa Most Courteous Merriest Laugh Dave Farias and Kris Krosschell Best-Natured 127 Class Intellectuals Most Happy Go Lucky Sue Fitzpatrick and Steve Foster Most Dramatic Ray Canastra and Beatriz Africano Most Bashful Sue Murray and Mark Hession Most Serious 128 Betty Rapoza and Chris Richard Richy Pontbriand and Debbie Albino Class Flirts Jerri Philla, Dorice Furtado and Joel Philla Most Talkative Curt Devlin and Stephanie Silvia Mark White and Debbie Cummings Quietest Most Artistic Doug Robinson and Teresa Flavin 129 Most Curious Carol Lawton and Jeff Marshall Bruce Stroud and Anne Pounds Most Athletic no Linda Tobertga and Wayne Fernandes Most Dependable mio v 2| ■H 9 3 - : | m.a A W Kent Hakansen and Sharon Metheny Neatest Appearance Alyson Brault and Dave Jasinski Best All-Around Most Mischievous Paul Manley and Maureen Manley 131 M A S H Cast and Crew Onstage Crazy Persons General Hammond . . . .Milton Elliot Congresswoman Goldfarb . .Nancy Snook Henry Blake. .A! Gagnon Klinger. . . Mickey Santos Bridget McCarthy .... .Stephanie Silvia Korean Woman 1. . . Paulette Fredette Janice Fury . .Teresa Flavin Korean Woman 2. . . Rachel Marcotte Devine. .Butch Demers Korean Woman 3. . Joanne Constant Louise Kimble. .Beatriz Africano Nancy Philips. .Ann Almeida Burns. .Bill O’Mara Hot Lips . .Betty Rapoza Mulcahy. .Steve Ransom Ms. Randazzle. .Sue Fortier Walt . .Jeff Marshall Mitzi. .... Alyson Brault Trapper . .Richard Benoit Fritzi. .Lynne Healy Ugly. .Brad Markey Agnes. . . . Sharon LeBlanc Radar. .Chris Richard Connie Leibowitz. .Carol Lawton Hawkeye. .Doug Robinson Spearchucker. .Ray Canastra Duke. .Mark White Ruth Haskell. .Ann Cataldo Ho-Jon. .Richard Pietrass Joyce . . . Sharon Metheny Dean Lodge . .Maureen Manley Pat. .... Laurie Adams hi m THE TIMES WE USED TO SHARE Peace, like the silent dove — can it be it ivas all so simple then Misty water colored memories — of the way we were We may never pass this wa y again Memories , to be forever treasured will be ours ALWAYS. •I i - • ■ ' ' j. | mindeur comma true ’ ■■ - •’ 1 :■ . A-’. : • |! ' J • . i.. , . ; ! ( ' JL " Good company upon the road, ” Says the proverb, " makes the way to seem the shorter .” 139 So I wanna laugh while the laughing is easy, I wanna smile if it makes it worthwhile. . . 140 141 rr So little time 9 So much left to do , So much left to say , and now it ' s gone . . . 142 rr Your friends say they ' ll keep in touch. But you know they wont. Your teachers say come back and see them. And you know you wont. Maybe someday it wont matter but right now it hurts a little. ’ 143 Names, Addresses, and Activities LAURIE A. ADAMS 34 Oxford St. Lab Technician, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Class Treasurer, 3; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Monitor, 4; HUTT Staff , 4; Executive Board, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Student Council, 3; Field Hockey, 2, 3, 4. BEATRIZ AFRICANO 3 Stephen St. Honor Society, 3, 4; French Club, 2, 3, 4; Speech and Drama, 4. PAULA J. AIELLO 70 Green St. DEBRA A. ALBINO 14 Dover St. Clerical Club, 1; Teen Times Staff, 1; Office Worker, 4. ANN MARIE ALMEIDA 25 Mulberry St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Lab Technician, 1; Monitor, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Honor Soci¬ ety, 1, Vice President, 3, 4; Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club, 3; Office Worker, 3; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee, 3; HUTT Staff, 2, 4 — Co-Editor. DIANE M. ALPHONSE 1 Mina St. Student Council, 1; Sewing Club, 4; HUTT Staff, 4. ROSEMARIE ALPHONSE 93 East Brown St. DAVID A. AUGER 247 Adams St. Football, 1. BRUCE A. AUGUSTINE 33 Perry St. Baseball, 3. BRIAN G. AVILA 84 Francis St. CHERYL A. BACHAND 151 Chestnut St. Pep Squad, 1. RICHARD BAPTISTA 10 Lawton St. GLENN J. BAPTISTE 47 Bridge St. Office Worker, 4; Library Aide, 4; A.V. Club, 4. MICHAEL BARBF.RO 11 Fort St. Key Club, 2, 3 — Secretary, 4 — Secretary; A.V. Club, 2; Tennis, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4. DAWN J. BARKSDALE 18 Barksdale Lane, Acushnet Acushnet — Softball, 1; Volleyball, 1; Art Club, 1; Newspaper, 1; Fairhaven — Honor Society, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4; Cake Decorat¬ ing, 4; Gourmet Foods, 4. RICHARD A. BENOIT 17 Weeden Road Monitor, 4; Junior Achievement, 2, 3, 4; Spray Staff, 4 — Dept. Head; Honor Society, 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; French Club, 4; HUTT Staff,4. JOSEPH J. BETTENCOURT JR. 42 Hathaway St. Intramural Football, 1; Intramural Basket¬ ball, 1; Band, 1, 2, 3; Jazz Band, 2, 3; Orches¬ tra, 1, 2, 3; Football, 2, 3, 4. NELSON A. BONITO 22 Veranda Ave. Winter Track, 2; Spring Track, 2; Football, 2, 3,4; Math Team, 4. DAVID J. BORGES 47 Pine Grove St. Distributive Ed., 4. RANDALL BORGES 257 Green St. DAVID A. BOSWORTH 17 Egypt Lane DEBRA L. BOURGAULT 10 Long Road Office Worker, 3, 4. ALYSON ELAINE BRAULT 252 Main St. Teen Times Staff, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Head Cheerleader, 1; Executive Board, 1, 3; Yearbook Staff, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 3, 4; Monitor, 1; Art Club, 3, 4 — Secre¬ tary; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Junior Prom Dec¬ orating Committee Chairman; Field Hockey, 2; Speech and Drama, 4; French Club, 3 — Secretary, 4 — President. THERESA BRIGGS 9 Phillip St. DEBRA BRODEUR 36 Grove St. Reading Lab, 1. ELIZABETH BURKE 87 Pleasant St. Office Worker, 1, 3, 4; Sewing Club, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4. KEVIN PAUL BURTON 148 Sconticut Neck Rd. Football, 1 — Co-Captain, 2; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN CALDERBANK 35 Evergreen St. Basketball, 1; A.V. Club, 2; Intramural Football, 1; Lab Technician, 1. JAMES W. CAMACHO I Harvard St. MICHAEL E. CAMIRE 58 Bay View Ave. Baseball, 3, 4. RAYMOND M. CANASTRA 37 Maitland St. Vice-President, 1; Spring Track, 3, 2, 4; Winter Track, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 — Captain. CHRISTINE CARDINAL 156 Fir St. Distributive Ed., 4; Cake Decorating, 3. LYNNE CARVALHO 17 Weeden Place GLENN CASEY 681 Washington St. Baseball, 1, 2, 3,4; Football, 2, 3, 4. ANN MARIE CATALDO 69 Hedge St. Chorus, 1; Student Council, 1, 3, 4; French Club, 2; Pep Squad, 1; Field Hockey, 3; Cake Decorating, 1; Gourmet Foods Club, 3, 4. KAREN M. CHAMPOUX 90 East Deane St. HUTT Staff, 4; Color Guards, 3; Key Club, 4; Office Worker, 4; SAE, 4. EDWARD CHARETTE 47 Manhattan Ave. MILTON O. CLEVELAND 63 Larch Ave. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1; Spring Track, 3,4; Monitor, 3. ROBERT JAMES COLLINS II Roseanne Drive Intramural Basketball, 1; Ping Pong Club, 2 . DENNIS M. CONLEY 6 Brookview St. Distributive Ed., 4; Color Guard, 2. 144 JOANNE CONSTANT 12 Jerusalem Road Floor Hockey, 1; Chorus 1, 4; SAE, 4; Monitor, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Spray Staff, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4; Color Guard, 3; Office Worker, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; A.F.S., 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1, 2; Blue Spirit, 4. WILLIAM CONTOIS 4 Wing Lane, Acushnet Monitor, 3; Distributive Ed., 4 — Vice President. VALERIE MARIE CORREIA 110 East Coggeshall St. Honor Society, 1; Office Worker, 1; Speech and Drama, 4. DEBRA JEAN COSTA 10 School St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Student Council, 2; Office Worker, 2; Moni¬ tor, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Cheerleader, 1, 3,4 — Head Cheerleader. KATHLEEN MARIE COSTA 32 Newbury Ave. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Field Hockey, 1; F.J.I.A., 1; Honor Society, 1 — Treasurer; Yearbook Staff, 1; Monitor, 1; Student Council, 2; Office Worker, 1; Key Club, 3; Sewing Club, 2, 4; Girl’s Basketball, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Executive Board, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4 — Activities Dept. Head. RICHARD A. COSTA 444 Sconticut Neck Rd. Distributive Ed., 4. MICHAEL A. COUTO 14 Dover St. Distributive Ed., 4. DEBRA JEAN CUMMINGS 55 William St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Teen Times Staff, 1; Lab Technicians, 1; Ski Club, 2; Cheerleader, 1; Girl’s Tennis, 2; Field Hockey, 1; Junior Prom Committee; HUTT Staff, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Sewing Club, 2; Library Aide, 1. GERALD DaCOSTA 356 New Boston Rd. Football, 2. STEPHEN PAUL DANIEL 55 Chestnut St. Monitor, 1; A.V. Club, 1; Orchestra, 1; Lab Technician, 1; Football, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track, 2; Baseball, 2, 3, 4. KARYN LEE DeMELLO 57 Shaw Rd. Office Worker, 3, 4; Ski Club, 2. MATHEW DEMERS 15 Saratogast St. Speech and Drama, 4; A.V. Club, 4. KATHIE ANNE DePINA 729 Washington St. Library Aide, 1; Student Council, 3; Moni¬ tor, 4; Art Club, 4; HUTT Staff, 4. ELAINE DESROCHERS 70 East Morgan St. SUSANNE DESROSIERS 114 Bridge St. Chorus, 1 — Secretary, 2, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4; Marching Band, 2, 3, 4; Honor Soci¬ ety, 1. CURT STEVEN DEVLIN 18 Sedgewick Rd. Band, 1; Honor Society, 1; Library Aide, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2, 3, 4; Foot ball, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4. LINDA M. DIAS 40 Allen St., Acushnet Distributive Ed., 4 — Secretary. JESSICA SHIRLEY DIGGLE 405 Main St., Acushnet Intramural Floor Hockey, 1; Spring Track, 2; Monitor, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 3, 4. MICHAELJ. DoCARMO 12 Jameson St. Intramural Basketball, 1. SHARON LEE DOWNEY 29 Huttleston Ave. Class Treasurer, 1. GLENNA JO DOWNING 10 Hawthorne St. Junior Prom Committee; HUTT Staff, 4. LYNNE DUARTE 16 Hawthorne St. Library Aide, 1. TAD A. DUARTE 8 Gardner St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Intramural Foot¬ ball, 1; Football, 2,3,4. ERNEST J. DUBE 69 Bridge St. ROLAND DUBE 69 Bridge St. RAYMOND DUBOIS 13 Eddy St. JANET DUPUIS 41 Prouteau St., Acushnet Acushnet — Art Club, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Fairhaven — Honor Society, 3, 4. CHRISTOPHER DUVAL 24 Phoenix St. Honor Society, 1; Student Council, 1; Ice Hockey, 2, 3, 4. DENNIS DWELLY 198 Washington St. DOUGLAS J. DWELLY JR. 198 Washington St. Distributive Ed., 4. MILTON ELLIOT 26 Day St. Intramural Football, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 3, 4; Library Aide, 1; Spring Track, 2, 3; Winter Track, 2, 3; Football, 2, 3; Speech and Drama, 4. SUSAN J. ESPINDOLA 14 John St. DAVID K. EVANS 12 Jarvis St. Lab Technician, 1; Key Club, 2, 3; Winter Track, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4 — Vice President; Football Manager, 3, Senior Football Manager, 4. MARKJ. EVERETT 22 Golf St. Football, 1, 2; Winter Track, 3. LINDA LEE FAIRCLOUGH 126 Conduit St., Acushnet Cake Decorating, 3; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4. DAVID W. FARIAS 350 Alden Rd. Intramural Basketball, 1; Executive Board, 2; Distributive Ed., 4. ANTONE FERNANDES 14 Winsor Ave. RONALD FERNANDES 174 North Walnut St. Honor Society, 1; Football, 2, 3; Baseball, 2, 3,4. WAYNE D. FERNANDES 44 Bridge St. Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball, 1 — Captain, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1 — Captain, 2, 3, 4. DAVID FINCH 112 Bridge St. SUSAN M. FITZPATRICK 1 Main St. Lab Technician, 1; Clerical Club, 1; Honor Society, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Art Club, 4; Key Club, 4. 145 TERESA MARTINE FLAVIN 85 Fort St. Teen Times Staff, 1; FIUTT Staff, 3; Spray Staff, 2, 3, 4 — Editor; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Student Council, 2; French Club, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S., 4; Art Club, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2; Field Hockey, 2, 3; Speech and Drama, 4. SUSAN ANN FORTIER 65 Adams St. Junior Prom Committee; Sewing Club, 4; HUTT Staff, 4; Office Worker, 3, 4. STEPHEN L. FOSTER, JR. 136 Adams St. Basketball, 1; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track, 2. TIMOTHY PAUL FOSTER 185 Main St. Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball, 1; Football, 1, 3, 4. JOHN B. FOSTIN 46 Elm St. A.V. Club, 1; Football, 1, 2. ARTHUR FRATES 79 Green St. PAULETTE FREDETTE 47 Laura Keene Ave., Acushnet Office Worker, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor, 2, 3. THOMAS FRIAS 16 Magnolia Ave. DORICE LEOLA FURTADO 26 Brown St. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Districts — Orchestra, 2 . ALBERT J. GAGNON 10 Park Ave. Spring Track, 2; Karate Club, 2; Speech and Drama, 3. RAYMOND PAUL GALARY 67 Hathaway St. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2, 3, 4; An Club, 1; Spring Track, 2; Ice Hockey, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA A. GAMACHE 20 Florence St. RAYMOND L. GAMACHE, JR. 20 Florence St. PETER H. GAUCHER 39 Middle St. Orchestra, 1, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2, 3, 4. PHILIPJOHN GAUCHER 17 Green St. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2,3,4; Clerical Club, 1; Key Club, 4. LYNNE LOUISE GEORGE 65 Lafayette St. BRENDA JOYCE GOMES 372 Washington St. Orchestra, 1; Cake Decorating, 3; Chorus, 1; Student Council, 2; Library Aide, 1; Moni¬ tor, 3, 4; Office Worker, 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN M. GORDON 6 Eddy St. PAUL GORDON 24 Sylvia St. Basketball, 1; Football, 1 — Captain, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1 — Captain, 2, 3; Student Coun¬ cil, 1; HUTT Staff,4. JANET GOUVEIA 179 East Deane St. LORRIE ANN GOYETTE 200 Dogwood St. CHERYL GRAHAM 3 Hamlet St. PAUL GRECO 171 North Walnut St. PETER M. GRECO 171 North Walnut St. Karate Club, 2. JOAN MARIE GRENON 2 Wood St. G. PERRY GRIFFITH 28 Fort St. Honor Society, 3, 4; Speech and Drama, 4. SUSAN GRIFFITH 19 Morgan St. JOAN ELIZABETH GRINROD 120 Pleasant St. Floor Hockey, 1; Orchestra, 1; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Technician, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 3, 4; Monitor, Field Hockey Manager, 3, 4; Tennis, 2; SAE, 3, 4 — President; A.F.S., 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Library Aide, 2; Sailing Club, 2. NANCY J. GRINROD 72 Main St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1. JACQUELINE GUERRA 8 Cross St. MARKS. GUNDERSEN 16 Evergreen St. Key Club, 4; Color Guard, 2. KENT MORGAN HAKANSON 24 Winsor St. Class President, 4. LYNDA DEE HARRIMAN 128 Pleasant St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Lab Technician, 1; Honor Society, 1; Key Club, 3; Track, 2, 3, 4; Speech and Drama, 4; Field Hockey, 2; Ski Club, 3, 4; Office Worker, 4. ANTHONY HARRISON 18 Adams St. DAWN MARIE HART 46 William St. Honor Society, 1; Office Worker, 4. MICHAEL P. HARTIGAN 109 Laurel St. Intramural Football, 1; Lab Technician, 1; HUTT Staff, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Ski Club, 4. DEBRA ANN HATHAWAY 23 Blossom St. Chorus, 2, 3,4; HUTT Staff, 4. JANET MARTHA HAYDON 27 Spring St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Floor Hockey, 1; Monitor, 1; HUTT Staff, 2; F.J.I.A., 1; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3, 4 — Co-Captain. LYNNE ANN HEALY 80 Walnut Ct. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Student Council, 4; Office Worker, 1; Speech and Drama, 4; Girl’s Basketball, 2 —JV Cap¬ tain, 3; Class Treasurer, 2; Executive Board, 3. JOHN HENNESSEY 27 Elm Ave. Class Vice-President, 1,4; Class President, 2,3; F.J.I.A., 1. MARK ROBERT HESSION 133 Spring St. Spray Staff, 3, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Student Council, 3, 4 — President; HUTT Staff, 3, 4 — Literary Dept. Head; A.F.S., 3; Key Club, 2 — Secretary, 3 and 4 — President; Student Advisory Council, 2, 3 and 4 — Coun¬ cil Chairman. ROBERT A. HODGES, JR. 122 North William St. CYNTHIA M. HOPKINS 10 Ash St. STEVEN DOUGLAS HOWARTH 28 Holiday Dr. Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Honor Society, 3, 4. 146 SANDRA JEAN HUNLEY 14 Bonney St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Student Council, 1; Sewing Club, 2; Pep Squad, 1; Field Hockey, 2, 3; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3; Jun¬ ior Prom Committee. GEORGE H. JACKSON 45 Daniel St. GRETA JANUSZ 307 R Cedar Knolles Intramural Basketball, 1; Basketball, 3; Sewing Club, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD JARVIS 33 Hacker St. DAVID P.JASINSKI 3 Gardner St. ELAINE HELEN JOSEPH 25 Winsegansett Ave. PHILIP SCOTT KAHLOR 66 Brown St. Basketball, 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY KEIGHLEY 85 Spring St. MICHAEL A. KOLLARS 89 Tootle Lane Library Aide, 1, 4; Distributive Ed., 4; Spring Track, 2. KRISTIN J. KROSSCHELL 21 Evergreen St. Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4; Floor Hockey, 1; Band, 1; Orchestra, 1; Teen Times Staff, 1; Yearbook Staff, 1; Spray Staff, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Student Council, 3; Monitor, 1; An Club, 1, 2; Spring Track, 2; Math Team, 3, 4 — Co-Captain; HUTT Staff, 2, 3 — Senior Section Dept. Head. WENDY LANGLOIS 64 Green St. Lab Technician, 1; Clerical Club, 1; HUTT Staff, 3, 4; SAE, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; Library Aide, 2, 3, 4; Ping Pong Club, 3; Junior Prom Committee. MALVIN LARSEN 101 Bridge St. CAROL L. LAWTON 54 Rodman St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1 — Treasurer, 2, 3, 4; Teen Times Staff, 1; Spray Staff, 3; Monitor, 3, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; A.F.S., 3; Spring Track, 2; French Club, 3, 4; Triple Quartet, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY LEAL 17 Prince St. SHARON LeBLANC 49 Cedar St. MARK MAURICE LECLAIR 9 Green St. Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor, 4. ERNEST LEWIS 360 New Boston Rd. RITA L’HEUREUX 299 Hedge St. DARLENE LIVRAMENTO 16 Perry St. Library Aide, 1 — President; Office Worker, 2, 3, 4; Monitor, 4; Speech and Drama, 4. DIANE LOMBARDO 4 Wood St. Pep Squad, 2, 3; Blue Spirit, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; SAE, 3, 4; Office Worker, 2, 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; Cake Decorating, 2; Girl’s Tennis, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS H. LOO, JR. 113 Centre St. KATHY LEE LOPES 71 Fort St. Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4; Floor Hockey, 1; Clerical Club, 1; Yearbook Staff, 1; HUTT Staff, 2, 3, 4 — Underclassmen Dept. Head; Spray Staff, 4; Monitor, 2, 3, 4; Office Worker, 2; Key Club, 3; Girl’s Basketball, 3; Girl’s Spring Track, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball, 3; Winter Track, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Banner Girl, 4. ROD LOPEZ 23 Ash St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Speech and Drama, 4; Ping Pong Club, 3; Football, 2; Ice Hockey, 3, 4. DAVID LUMINIELLO 19 Coggeshall St. PETER MACHADO 50 Spring St. Honor Society, 1; Monitor, 4. THOMAS MACHADO 50 Spring St. Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Football, 1. MARLENE MALAGUTI 11 Roosevelt St., Acushnet Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Cake Decorating, 3- MAUREEN GERTRUDE MANLEY 62 Cedar St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Field Hockey, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; HUTT Staff, 4 — Sport’s Asst. Dept. Head; Monitor, 4; Speech and Drama, 4; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. PAUL MANLEY 20 Garrison St. RACHAEL MARCOTTE 398 Main St. ROBERT D. MARDEN 398 Main St. CELESTE MARIEN 4 Linden Ave. Teen Times Staff, 1; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Triple Quartet, 4; Chorus, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 4; Pep Squad, 2, 3; Spring Track, 2, 3; SAE, 3, 4 — Treasurer; Key Club, 3 — Execu¬ tive Board, 4. WILLIAM BRAD MARKEY 9 Day St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Intramural Foot¬ ball, 1; Band, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Technician, 1; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide, 1; French Club, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track, 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA MARSH 186 Balsam St. Spring Track, 2. JEFFREY MARSHALL 11 Nicholas St. SAE, 2, 3, 4 — Vice President; Monitor, 1, 4; Clerical Club, 1; Lab Technician, 1; Orches¬ tra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Triple Quar¬ tet, 2, 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4. KATHERINE MARSHALL 5 Anthony St., Acushnet Distributive Ed., 4; Cake Decorating, 3. DENISE MARUJO 1 Tripp St. JAMES MATHIEU 48 Grove St. Basketball, 1, 2; Football, 1, 2, 3; Spring Track, 1; Speech and Drama, 3, 4; Library Aide, 2, 3; Ice Hockey, 2, 3, 4. ABBIE MAYNARD 38 Pleasant St. THOMAS McGREEVY III 455 Bridge St. Student Council, 2; Lab Technician, 1; Monitor, 1; Executive Board, 2. MARY ELLEN MEDF.RIOS 231 Main St. Chorus, 1,4; Karate Club, 2. 147 LISA MEDHAUG 53 Rotch St. Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Technician, 1; Triple Quartet, 3, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4. KENNY A. MELANSON 84 Adams St. MITCHELL MELLO 7 Weeden Place Honor Society, 1, 4; French Club, 4; SAE, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; Ping Pong Club, 3. MICHAEL MENARD 9 Wilding St. SHARON ANITA METHENY 131 Cottonwood St. Lab Techician, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 2, 3, 4 — Assistant Editor; Honor Soci¬ ety, 1, 3, 4 — Secretary; A.F.S., 3, 4; Ski Club, 2 . DONNA MIRAULT 373 Main St. Chorus, 2, 3, 4. FRANK MOTTA 8 Babbitt St. Football, 1,4. SUSAN MARY MURRAY 58 Laurel St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Teen Times Staff, 1; Chorus, 1; Junior Prom Committee; Field Hockey, 3; Volleyball, 3; Math Team, 3, 4 — Co-Captain; Spring Track, 2; Girl’s Basket¬ ball, 2; French Club, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4 — President; Spray Staff, 2, 3 — Literary Edi¬ tor; HUTT Staff, 3, 4 — Co-Editor. NANCY MYDLACK 52 Green St. Monitor, 4. CHERYL MARIE NICKERSON 8 Hill St. Chorus, 1, 2, 3. ALAN NUNES 39 Gellette Rd. Distributive Ed., 4. WILLIAM O’MARA 14 Barksdale Lane, Acushnei. Acushnet — Basketball, 1; Baseball, 1; Soc¬ cer, 1; School Newspaper, 1 — Editor; Drama Club, 1 — Vice President; Fairhaven — Honor Society, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4 — Senior Section Asst. Dept. Head; Monitor, 4; French Club, 4; A.V. Club, 3, 4 — President; Library Aide, 2, 3; Ping Pong Club, 3; Baseball, 2; Tennis, 3, 4. WAYNE PAULINO 33 Jean St., Acushnet CHERYL PAULSON 40 Harvard St. RICHARD PEASE 50 East Allen St. Basketball, 1; Baseball, 1; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track, 2, 3, 4. SCOTT PERRY 47 Pleasant St. STEVEN PERRY 133 Green St. jerri McDonald philla 97 Laurel St. JOEL RUPERT PHILLA 97 Laurel St. RICHARD E. PIETRASS 15 Oak St. Intramural Basketball, 1. JANE ANNE PINTO 128 Huttleston Ave., Apt. 9 RICHARD PONTBRIAND 222 Main St. Student Council, 4; Monitor, 4; Ping Pong Club, 3. ANN MARIE POUNDS 89 Akin St. Lab Technician, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Math Team, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Gourmet Foods Club, 3. DALE PULLMAN 146 Main St. STEPHEN BARRE RANSOM 219 Main St. Stoneham — Winter Track, 1; Spring Track, 1; Football, 1; Boy’s Chorus, 1; Orchestra, 1; Band, 1; Fairhaven — Winter Track, 2, 3, 4 — Captain; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4; Math Team, 3, 4 — Co-Captain; Dance Band, 2, 3, 4; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4 — Treasurer; Monitor, 3, 4; Chorus, 4; Football, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH RAPOZA 32 Huttleston Ave. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Technician, 1; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4 — Secretary; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4 — Secretary; Honor Society, 1; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 3; Student Council, 2; Monitor, 3, 4; French Club, 2, 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4 — Executive Board; Speech and Drama, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN W. REBELLO 453 Main St. SAE, 4; Monitor, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Lab Technician, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1; Ping Pong Club, 2, 3 — Treasurer; Key Club, 2, 3 — Treasurer, 4 — Treasurer; Golf, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT REZENDES 63 Maitland St. CHRISTOPHER RICHARD 56 Hawthorne St. HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 3; SAE, 4; Key Club, 4; Honor Society, 1; Teen Times Staff, 1; Chorus, 1, 4; Band, 1; Jazz Band, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech and Drama, 4. DORINE RICHARD 56 South Main St., Acushnet Acushnet — Floor Hockey, 1; Girl’s Gym¬ nastics, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Pep Squad, 2; Color Guard, 3, 4; Girl’s Basketball, 2; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS R. ROBINSON 63 Rotch St. Teen Times Editor, 1; Speech and Drama, 4; Art Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S., 2, 3, 4 — Presi¬ dent; HUTT Staff, 2, 3, 4 — Photography Dept. Head; Spray Staff, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 2,3,4. CHERYL RODERIQUES 33 Marguerite St. HUTT Staff, 4; Monitor, 3; Office Worker, 3; Sewing Club, 4; Ski Club, 3. STEVEN RODRIQUES 1 Roy St. DEBRA ANN ROUSSEAU 10 Christian St. Pep Squad, 1. PAUL LOUIS ROUSSEAU 2 Pine Ave. Ice Hockey, 2, 3, 4. JAMES EUGENE RUELL 103 Pleasant St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Intramural Foot¬ ball, 1; Teen Times Staff, 1; Lab Technician, 1; Art Club, 3, 4. JOANN VIOLA RUSZEL 104 East Morgan St. HUTT Staff, 4. RACHAEL-ANN MARIE SAINT 218 Main St. Monitor, 4; Student Council, 2. SHELDON ST. DON 93 Long Rd. Distributive Ed., 4; Football, 1; Lab Tech¬ nician, 1. 148 BARBARA N. ST. PIERRE 25 River Ave. Office Worker, 1. STEVEN SAKWA 17 Raymond St. Winter Track, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4. ARMAND MICHAEL SANTOS 397 Main St. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1; Spring Track, 2, 3, 4. DEBRA FAITH SANTOS 129 Lawson Ave. HUTT Staff, 4; Pep Squad, 2; Honor Soci¬ ety, 3, 4; Sewing Club, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard, 3, 4. LEROY F. SANTOS 23 Jameson St. VIRGINIA GAIL SANTOS 25 Winsor St. Teen Times Staff, 1; Chorus, 1; Lab Tech¬ nician, 1; Clerical Club, 1; Power Reading Club, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 4; Intra¬ mural Basketball, 1; Field Hockey, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Speech and Drama, 4; Cake Deco¬ rating, 2. ROBERTO ANDRE SCHELP 815 Middle Road, Acushnet A.F.S., 4; Speech and Drama, 4. JOHN A. SHARPLES 49 Walnut St. Distributive Ed., 4. WILLIAM JOHN SHELLEY, JR. 50 Cedar St. Lab Technician, 1. JUDITH LYNNE SILVA 26 Bryant Lane WENDY SILVA 5 Wood St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3; Floor Hockey, 1; Cheerleader, 1; Moni¬ tor, 4; Executive Board, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 3; Junior Prom Committee; HUTT Staff, 4 — Sports Dept . Head. STEPHANIE ANN SILVIA 80 Walnut Ct. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Field Hockey, l, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, 1; Executive Board, 1; HUTT Staff, 4 — Faculty Dept. Head; Spray Staff, 2, 3, 4; Honor Soci¬ ety, 1; Student Council, 4; Monitor, 4; Key Club, 4; Art Club, 2, 3; Speech and Drama, 4; Sewing Club, 4; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 2, 4; Girl’s Tennis, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Banner Girl, 4. RUSSELL W. SINCLAIR, JR. Ill Chestnut St. Football, 1; Intramural Basketball, 1; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Ping Pong Club, 3; Basketball, 2. NANCY JEAN SNOOK 157 Dogwood St. Chorus, 1; Lab Technician, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Spray Staff, 2, 3, 4 — Special Subjects Dept. Head; Honor Soci¬ ety, 1, 3, 4; Student Council, 4 — Secretary; Monitor, 1, 4; Office Worker, 4; French Club, 3, 4 — Secretary; A.F.S., 3, 4; Key Club, 3, 4; Pep Squad, 1; Color Guard, 3, 4; Gourmet Foods Club, 3, 4. ROBERT PAUL SOARES 355 Sconticut Neck Rd. KIM KATHERINE STRECK 11 Gardner St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Monitor, 3; Volleyball, 3. BRUCE STROUD 35 Sconticut Neck Rd. DAVID THORPE 55 Maitland St. LINDA ANN TOBERTGA 32 Cedar St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; HUTT Staff, 4; Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society, 1, 3, 4; Monitor, 4; Key Club, 3; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com¬ mittee. SUZANNE LEAH TOLLEFSON 74 Washington St. WILLARD TOM 5 Gardner St. Lab Technician, 1; Ping Pong Club, 3. KATHARINE ANN TRIPP 187 Huttleston Ave. Lab Technician, 1; Student Council, 3; Monitor, 4; Office Worker, 4; Volleyball, 4; Field Hockey, 2. KATHY ANN TRIPP 4 Jeannette St. Intramural Basketball, 1; Floor Hockey, 1; Girl’s Basketball, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN CLAUDE TUCKER 45 Summer St. HOWARD STEWART TUCKER 14 Green St. Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football, 1. PAULTURGEON 28 Point St. JEANNE VIERA 165 Dogwood St. LORI VIERA 165 Dogwood St. RONALD E. WACLAWIK 73 East Morgan St. Distributive Ed., 4. MICHAEL WALL 230 Hamlin St. Honor Society, 1, 3, 4 ADA WEDGE 367 Main St. Chorus, 2. BRENDA LEE WHITE 86 Keene Rd., Acushnet Acushnet — Softball, 1; Newspaper, 1; Drama Club, 1; Prom Committee, 1; Student Govt. Town Clerk, 1; Fairhaven — HUTT Staff, 4; Sewing Club, 3, 4; Gourmet Foods Club, 4. MARK WALTER WHITE 815 Middle Rd., Acushnet Boy’s Tennis, 3, 4; Math Team, 3, 4 — Co- Captain. CHARLES WHITTLE 16 Green St. Class President, 1. SUSAN WIDELSKI 472 Main St. CATHLEEN WORTHINGTON 339 Main St., Acushnet Acushnet — Drama Club, 1; Newspaper, 1; Art Club, 1; Fairhaven — Art Club, 2, 3, 4. See Ya Real Soon!!! 149 THE HUTTLESTONIAN Class of 1976 Co-Editors-in-Chief: Ann Almeida and Susan Murray FACULTY SENIORS BUSINESS ROSEMARY KEIGHLEY — Ed. Steve Rebello Jeff Marshall Joe Bettencourt Kathy Tripp Sue Fitzpatrick Dawn Barksdale Ginnie Santos Cheryl Roderiques Dorine Richard Philip Gaucher Paul Gordon Rachel Marcotte Cheryl Bachand Rachael Saint Mark White Mitch Mello Dave Evans Joann Ruszel Joanne Constant Sue Desrosiers Brenda White Debbie Bourgault Debbie Costa Debbie Albino Janet Dupuis Nancy Mydlack Chris Richard Nancy Snook Elaine Joseph Cheryl Nickerson Steve Howarth Mark Hession SPECIAL THANKS TO. . . Mrs. Janice Randall for her proofreading, suggestions, and time. Mr. Arnie Lohmann for his patience and support. Mr. Grabiec and Mr. Albritton for their help and advice. Mr. Pierce for his photos. Marie Larocque and Chris Murray for helping with the typing. Sharon Metheny for writing the Class History. Teresa Flavin for her work on the Honors page. STEPHANIE SILVIA — ED. Lynne Healy ACTIVITIES KATHY COSTA — ED. Debbie Cummings SPORTS Maureen Manley Steve Ransom Wendy Silva UNDER¬ CLASSMEN KATHY LOPES — ED. Juniors Danny Shanahan Laurie Healy Heidi Lewis Maureen Magan Chris Murray Cindy Murray Sophomores Curtis Lopes Ann Haines Debbie Ambra KRISTIN KROSSCHELL — ED. Bill O’Mara Sharon Metheny Diane Lombardo Wendy Langlois Glenna Downing Linda Tobertga Tom McGreevy Debbie Santos Laurie Adams Rich Benoit Betty Burke Anne Pounds Joan Grindrod Sharon LeBlanc Milt Cleveland PHOTOGRAPHY Mike Hartigan Doug Robinson ART Alyson Brault Teresa Flavin PATRONS rr Before the last revolving year is through . . . 151 We are the music makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams Wandering by lone sea breakers , And sitting by desolate streams; World losers and world forsakers, Of ivhom the pale moon gleams; Yet we are the movers and shakers Of the world forever, it seems. 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Charter Seaplane Service to All the Cape and Islands 80 Middle Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts 763-2065 994-1231 FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOPS 104 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, MA Ice Cream Sandwiches PARK MOTORS, INC. 67-69 Middle Street Fairhaven, MA 02719 ROSELAWN FARM Fresh Eggs — Dressed Poultry Chicken and Turkeys Bar-B-Qued or Roasted 145 Washington St. Fairhaven, MA Tel. 997-9336 Compliments of ST. JOSEPH PARISH TOOL COMPANY PRECISION TOOL and CUTTER GRINDING Larry Moreau Owner - Proprietor HATHAWAY MACHINERY CO., INC. 32 NYE AVE., ACUSHNET, MASS. 02743 Tel. (617) 995 0430 JOE ' S ARCO SERVICE Hathaway-Braley Wharf, Fairhaven, MA Marty Bordwick — 994-3392 Shop: 992-9356 996-8221 86-88 Middle Street Fairhaven, MA 02719 MON. - SAT. 10 A M. - 5 P.M ACCREDITED TEACHER TEL 995-3056 MARCHEL TRAILER SALES lAJamSutta Ci eramicA GREENWARE. GIFTS. SUPPLIES, CLASSES Shasta and Wilderness 84 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, MA 02719 153 IRENE DYER 5 FRANK STREET ACUSHNET. MASS BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY, INC. 97 Cove Street New Bedford, MA RAPOSA ' S SERVICE STATION Manue! A. Raposa, Prop. Repairing — Lubrication — Accessories 446 Washington Street Fairhaven, Mass. Telephone 992-8608 WlVlUliMF h uggage Congratulations Class of 76 luggage Uetd NO.DARTMOUTH MALL ON THE CINEMA AISLE • TEL. 993-0781 A FRIEND Best Wishes MANNY AND BOB ' S SHELL 130 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Massachusetts 992-2239 Mobil MODERN GARAGE Starter — Generator — Alternator Service Automatic Transmissions Repaired and Adjusted Auto Air Conditioning 2 South Main St. Acushnet, Ma. 02743 RAINBOW VARIETY 379 Sconticut Neck Road ROSEMARY ' S HOUSE OF BEAUTY Styles by Rosemary — 995-7022 Drive North on Middle Road Pass: White ' s Dairy, Pine Hill Farm and Leonard St. Turn left on Barksdale Lane 2nd Driveway on Left Marty’s Marine Service SPECIALIZED WORK ON CATERPILLAR ENGINES Good Luck 1S4 ( 617 ) 997 - 1207-6 Soandia PROPELLER SERVICE SUPPLY, INC distributors: G. RAYMOND LAMARRE REAL ESTATE 84 Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, MA 02719 LONG PLAIN BAPTIST NURSERY SCHOOL u Best Wishes to the Class of ' 76 LONG PLAIN BAPTIST NURSERY SCHOOL SEGUIN ' S SHELL CENTER 1 180 Main St. Acushnet, MA 02743 Tel. 763-2018 STAFFON ' S GREENHOUSE CHARLIE ' S SPORTS STORE Wholesale and Retail Downtown New Bedford K-Mart Shopping Plaza John C. Staffon, Proprietor Tel. 992-7936 No. Dartmouth Tel. 997-4579 l87AldenRoad Fairhaven, MA Skate Shop— Moby Dick Arena, New Bedford Tel. 992-01 10 QUALITY PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO., INC. One Pequod Road, Corner Alden Road Fairhaven, Massachusetts VERNA ' S Manufacturers and Distributors of Jewelry Findings and Precision Tools Artificial Flowers and Della Robbia Wreath Supplies Tel. 617—997-3339 617—995-3074 203 Leonard St. Verna and Al Wuorela Acushnet, Mass. 02743 PARK MOTORS, INC. 67-69 Middle Street GUY ' S Fairhaven, Massachusetts PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Tel. (617) 999-6479 69 Main St. Fairhaven, MA lei.994-2644 Kenneth Bennett (617) 992-3400 Compliments of SCONTICUTNECK KEN’S CELLAR PHARMACY, INC. Chairs Reseated Best Wishes to the Class of ' 76 124 Sconticut Neck Road Fairhaven, MA Tel. 996-1551 Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1976 LA FRANCE Certified Gemologist — Registered Jeweler ASHLEY’S WALLCOVERING Member — American Gem Society Fine Watches and Diamonds Color Specialists 78 Laurel St., Fairhaven, MA 994-4251 763 Purchase Street — New Bedford, Mass. 02740 155 ATLANTIC SEAFOOD 130 Sconticut Neck Rd. Fairhaven, Mass. 994-006 NANTUCKET SOUND Good Luck in the Years Ahead Quality Audio Components North Dartmouth Mall, North Dartmouth, Mass. Good Luck From Your Neighbor Across the Street Best Wishes to the Class of ' 76 From FLEURENT CONSTRUCTION CORP. 278 Alden Road Fairhaven, Mass. Congratulations and Best Wishes THE NATIONAL SOCIAL CAFE, INC. 22 Union St. New Bedford, Mass. Congratulations to the Fairhaven High Bicentennial Graduates From the Staff at the WORLEY BEDDING AND FURNITURE FACTORY Route 6, Fairhaven, Mass. Put Some Greenery in Your Scenery THE POTTING BENCH 81 1 Ashley Blvd. New Bedford, Mass. ® -i c ) k Vi 1 BROCKTON PUBLIC -_1 1 t , l I MAPtfFT SufteA MoAJoefi INC. 219 Washington St. Fairhaven, Mass. Congratulations to the Graduates CORNISH AND COMPANY INC. Insurance That Protects Since 1867 43 Centre St. Fairhaven, Mass. GAULT TRANSPORTATION 2381 Cranberry Highway Wareham, Mass. FAY ' S KNOTTY PINE CAFE Pizza — Spaghetti — Lasagne -— Antipasto — Chicken Cacciatore 2164 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. 156 Congratulations THOMAS DEPT. STORE 418-420 Rivet Street New Bedford, Mass. 992-5907 Compliments of the Members of the FAIRHAVEN POLICE DEPARTMENT 15 Good Luck From CAROL ' S BEAUTY SALON Personalized Hair Styling 33 Centre St., Fairhaven, MA 997-1412 J W WESTERN STEAK HOUSE 100 Alden Road Fairhaven, MA DR. MEE Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry — Giftware Congratulations NORTH FAIRHAVEN FISH ' N CHIPS MAR-LOR CRANE RENTAL 48 Jarry Street New Bedford, MA ARCHIE’S CYCLE SERVICE 489 Ashley Blvd. New Bedford, MA Offering You AA Ifflffi Inside Dining Year-Round Serving the Famous, Creamy Draft A W Root Beer and the Highest Quality of Food Obtainable 87-89 Huttleston Ave. Congratulations to the Class of 76 THE NEW STADIUM CAFE Coggeshal! St. New Bedford Tiffany Lamps DOT ' S HAND-CRAFT Hand-Made Dolls Gifts 225 Main Street Acushnet, MA D. W. WHITE CONSTRUCTION 867 Middle Road Acushnet, MA 158 CAPITOL SALES AND YEAST CO. 284 Hamlin Street Acushnet, MA Congratulations NICHOLS HOUSE NURSING HOME Main Street, Fairhaven THE TURF COACH BOUTIQUE Complete Yarn Craft Shop Laura D. Peirce 167 N. Dartmouth Mail O M N. Dartmouth, Mass. 02747 Tel. (617) 999-3771 Congratulations and Best of Luck OXFORD PHARMACY, INC. of North Fairhaven 348 Main Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts ERIC, JAN HARTIGAN AND FAMILY JERRY ' S RESTAURANT 34 Union Street Congratulations to the Bicentennial Graduates EBB TIDE LOUNGE 47 Middle Street Fairhaven, MA Congratulations 1 |to the Class of BRUNSWICK FAIRHAVEN LANES 301 Washington St., Fairhaven, MA 02719 FAIRHAVEN LUMBER 1 18 Alden Road Fairhaven, MA 02719 Congratulations to the Graduates ALEXION INSURANCE AGENCY Route 6 Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven Best Wishes UNITED LIQUORS LTD. 10 Pequod Road Fairhaven, MA Tel. 999-3166 Congratulations to M.J.M. and the Class of ' 76 ONSET BAY MARINA YACHT SALES INC. R.F.D. 3 Buzzards Bay, MA SIMMONS CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS INC. 1266 Rockdale Ave. New Bedford, MA 15? Best of Luck " 76 " DARTMOUTH WHOLESALE FOODS 22 Puritan St. South Dartmouth m ram Dcm _ Congratulations ' 76 PIZZA BONA Dartmouth Mall " A Lot to Choose From " ASHLEY FORD SALE, INC. 395 Mt. Pleasant St. New Bedford, MA NICHOLS HOUSE NURSING HOME 184 Main Street Fairhaven, MA Congratulations Class of ' 76! INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR OF HOOD DAIRY PRODUCTS Theodore J. LeBlanc 49 Cedar St., Fairhaven Good Wishes ALMA ' S YARN SHOP Domestic and Imported Yarns Knitting and Crocheting Instruction Needlework Kits 34 Middle St., Fairhaven Alma Johnson FAIRHAVEN FUNERAL HOME 1 17 Main St., Fairhaven Philip R. Silva, Director JOSEPH PARE COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER Accredited Universal News Photographer New Bedford Road Rochester, MA Tel. RO3-2405 Congratulations to the Spirit of ' 76 DR. DENIS D. BRAULT Congratulations and the Very Best of Luck to the Class of 1976 FAIRHAVEN PIONEER MARKET 249 Adams St., Fairhaven FAIRHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA WORKERS 160 D. W. WHITE CONSTRUCTION 867 Middle Road Acushnet, MA SPEAK EASY LOUNGE F.H.S. COLOR GUARD 414 Main Street " 76 " Fairhaven, Mass. Rosemary Nancy Debbie Dorine Rachel STAN AND PAUL ' S 215 State Road A FRIEND North Dartmouth BITS ’N PIECES JACOBSEN FISHING CO., INC. Fine Women ' s Apparel 2 Middle Street 12 Centre Street Fairhaven, Mass. Fairhaven, Mass. CHERRY AND WEBB Congratulations FAIRHAVEN PHARMACY 208 Main Street and Route 6 Downtown Mall, New Bedford — North Dartmouth Mall Fairhaven, Mass. My Best Wishes to Each One of You DAY’S ELECTRIC ALAN R. PEHRSON 29 Centre Street Fairhaven, Mass. 997-9469 Congratulations to the Class of ' 76 Congratulations MACRAY ' S SEAFOOD WAH MAY RESTAURANT 31 Centre St. Fairhaven, Mass. 994 State Road North Dartmouth, Mass. 16 ' ] Proud to have employed three Fairhaven High School Graduates since 1972 ' o niVf 09 138 HATCH STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 02745 ALBERT RODERIQUES CONTRACTING CORPORATION 33 Maguerite St., Fairhaven, MA Tel. 992-2819 Specializing in: Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Work WARREN BROTHERS COMPANY Leaders in the Design and Construction of Asphalt Pavements Asphalt Plant — Crushed Stone Bluestone Quarry, Acushnet, MA 992-3542 A. S. BARONOWSKI 365 Main Street Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of ANTONE ' S MARKET 403 Main Street Fairhaven, Mass. FAIRHAVEN PIONEER MARKET 249 Adams Street Fairhaven, Mass. NOVICK JEWELERS Downtown New Bedford 794 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. FAIRHAVEN CERAMICS 24 Sylvia St. Fairhaven, Mass. 997-0803 Rosalie Vowtor — Prop. Day and Evening Classes Congratulations Fairhaven High 76 ' ers FAIRHAVEN HARDWARE 7 Pope ' s Island New Bedford, Mass. 162 Morse® Cutting Tools A Division of GULF + WESTERN MANUFACTURING COMPANY (EASTERN GROUP) NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 02740 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW BEDFORD 545 Pleasant St. New Bedford, Mass. JAMES HAIRSTYLIST Specializing in All Phases of Hairstyling " Your Needs Are Our Needs " 75 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. Good Luck to the WILFRED AUDETTE ' S Class of ' 76 DRIVING SCHOOL RADIO SHACK 2174 Acushnet Ave. Fairhaven Plaza New Bedford, Mass. Congratulations From: JUSTLEY ' S FAIRLAWN MORTUARY AUTO BODY 180 Washington St. 47 Howland Road Fairhaven, Mass. Fairhaven, Mass. WHITE’S FARM FORT PHOENIX DAIRY, INC. POST 2892 21 1 Middle Road Veterans of Foreign War and Women ' s Acushnet, Mass. Auxilary 163 " Best of Luck to the Class of 1976 " From DANNY COSTA —Class of 1971 " Newbury Television Kind of Color " For: TV ' S, APPLIANCES, STEREOS 1446 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford Tel. 997-0074 " Best of Everything to the Class of 1976 " From TONY COSTA — Class of 1950 NEWBURY REALTY Realtor MLS Member 406 Main Street, Fairhaven Tel. 994-1234 164 Family Restaurants 1 Buiiger£hef O Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 Compliments of FAIRHAVEN BURGER CHEF 216 Washington St. Fairhaven, Massachusetts 997-7272 165 Sponsors Good Luck Class of ' 76!! A Friend Stanley J. Grabiec Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Lopes Stef Nancy and Bob Alan Duarte Mrs. McCollester Janet Dupuis Mr. Pierce Miss Trafton Mr. Barriteau Rosemary Keighley Lunch Bunch in Art Good Luck — Carol Mr. Shea Dr. Donnelly The Swimming Crew Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waltz MacLareu Randall Best Wishes — Mrs. Shapiro Miss Jarek Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Borowiec Robert L. Marchand Mrs. Congdon Karen L. Burrell Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. B. Dufour Mrs. Cha se Susan Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Lister Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Andre Mr, and Mrs. Richard Dennie Hi Stef — From Deb ' 78 A Friend — Best Wishes Charles A. Mello June L. Mello Munchkin Lynda Langiano Ann Cataldo Linda Tobertga Leona Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Santos Paula and Bob Gagne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ruszel Jack Shawn McGreevy ' 78 Faron and Dorine Mr. and Mrs. Lucien C. Dam.m Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. LeBlanc Barden ' s Goatyard, Marion, Ma. Good Luck — Mrs. Emiiy Honohan Paul and Linda Eleanor D. — Congratulations to the Class of ' 76 Rachael and Jimmy Kathy and Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Richard Mr. Elmer Tripp Mrs. Esther Tripp Mrs. Susan A. Tripp Kevin and Cathy Ernie eats Bush Good Luck — Lisa Medhaug Julie Medeiros Grover C. Johnson Dr. Robert A. Moura Best Wishes — The McDonalds Mrs. Mabel H. Knipe Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tobertga Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rezendes Lydia Murroy Ray and Debbie Mr. and Mrs. David Santos Cindy and John Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sullivan John and Bernice Dawn Barksdale Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Tomlinson JMDMFGV Mr. and Mrs. James Madruga, Jr. Sunshine Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols David B. Loves Glenna Berta and Bill Duffy ' s Tavern Pa ' s Place In Exchange for Doing the Dishes Iwyb, Inyb, llyb, Lit. For Nancy — Love Bob and Ethel Raybones Jimmy and Barbara Helen Vigeant Joan and David Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grindrod Mrs. Charles A. Pate Robert, Louise, Kris and Rob Mr. and Mrs. James Madruga Mr. and Mrs. Raymond LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Antone Costa, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marujo Ms. Doris Grimes Roland Beauparland Good Luck — David Alves and Donna L ' Heureux Michael Camire Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hession Ray and Helen Gerry Desrosiers Carol and Danny Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Dupont Joseph Nunes Yolanda Bonito Bobby Costa Kathy Costa Debbie Cummings Mac and Connie George Deterra Gloria and Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Charles Claflin Sandy and Ronnie Charlotte Maclean Mrs. Ann Martin George ' 73 Fairhaven Laymen Chapel From a Friend David Cantor David Hughes Wilmont Paul " Fig " Dizzy Dean Mr. Cip Cora Johnson Leo Powers Matthew and Chris Mello Dawn Cox Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bramwel Good Luck — David, Rosemary, Buster, and Sutzie Sandra Jackson D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Howcroft Mr. and Mrs. Frank Netinho Louise Heon D.H.S. ' 76 George Grindrod Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hartigan Mrs. Aletha Langevin The Sniezek Family The Goldrick Family To Pizza ' Bona ' s Doughboy Louise and Mike Streudel The Crowley Family Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alfonse and Son Best Wishes — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marcotte Congrats to JoJo, Snoo, Orman, Twitch, Pionta, and Crisco From DeDe! Good Luck ' 76 From Virginia Kowal Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bourgault Mr. and Mrs. Hendrik Krosschell, Jr. The Marien Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Demers Scott, Todd, and Michelle Bourgault Mr. and Mrs. Santos Debbie Costa Mr. and Mrs. Antone Tenczar Mary Beth Burke Jessica and Richy Congratulations A Friend Good Luck From the Phantom Mrs. Frank Machado Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bettencourt Jane E. Martin Bob Lincoln Madeline and Steve Roy Mr. and Mrs. Paul Braga Cher Bisou, Bonne Chance, dans la futur. Debbie Bourgault Mark and Maureen John Haaland Eggie El Bango A Friend Good Luck Dougie, Ricky, and Michael Bourgault Milt and Sha Mr. and Mrs. Victor Saint Butch His High Supreme Dementedness Congratulations From Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grennan Good Luck — Mabel Crane Ted Manley Joey B. February 18th Forever The Lanagan Family 166 Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Marshall Be Good Jacques and Tinkerbelle Vicky and Bob Pietraszek Mr. and Mrs. Paul LeBlanc Richard Pontbriand Marie and Steve Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fleurent Denise Tetreault Hope You Get a Better Job Than I Did Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hartigan Boo Boo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph The Haircutters — 13 Washington St. Good Luck — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lizotte Good Luck From Bart Love to Mel, Paul Belliveau The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. David P. Ransom Swede Sarah Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Victor Morency Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bachand LeeAnn and Dave Tricky Dickey Renaud and Company Mr. and Mrs. M. Goulart Steve and Cheryl 4ever Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pittsley Vick and Jo-Ann Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Dahlberg Good Luck in Your Future Endeavors — Phil Gaucher Cliff Patenaude George Carr Mr. and Mrs. Everett Macomber Diane and Russ Poirier Best Wishes Class of 76 — Gina Barksdale Janice Gwozdz Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gifford Linda Guerra R.D.H. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Fletcher Mrs. Mary Rycroft Marie and Lisa Blair Good Luck Class of 76 Eddie and May Joseph Good Luck— Barbara Tucker Mr. and Mrs. John Farias Good Luck — Chip Judy Silver Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin Mr. and Mrs. D. Gautreau and Family Jimmy and Marianne Mr. and Mrs. E. Travers Heidi Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dupuis Ben and Gloria Anne Haines Tom-Kat A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Ron Lacasse A Patron Mrs. Constance Aiello Dorothy Fitzsimmons Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rose Mr. and Mrs. Ray Poirier Mr. and Mrs. Philip Harding Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mendell Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duarte Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood P. Harriman Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Shurtleff Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sherman The Oliveiras Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Dwelly Cindy Murray Congratulations Ann and Sue Chris Murray Moe Megan Gayle Savage Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Duarte Mr. and Mrs. Machado Joe Harding Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Entin and Steve Cardinal Heating and Air Conditioning Chip ' s n Splinters — Des and Barbara White — Acushnet Randy ' s Welding Forge Work Russell Prezner Marlene Malaguti Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hartigan and Family Best of Luck Brenda — C D White Corp. Carry on! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farrell Success in the Future — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pursley Karen Wong Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fay Tom McGreevy Kathy Tobertga Congratulations — Mr. and Mrs. John Rego Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Burke Best Wishes — The Ferreiras Good Luck — The Cyr Family Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Morse Richie and Gail Casemiro May Brenda W. Always Be Successful Happiness to Class of 76 Thomas Darling Mr. and Mrs. James Tripp Cindy and Doug Mr. and Mrs. William Shelley Debra Albino Paul A. Pifko Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bonczek Do and Mike, 77 and 75 The Stanley Remnant Shop Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Albino Mr. and Mrs. Theodore LeBlanc Peanuts to P,S,0,T,J,C,J. Mr. and Mrs. Snook Best Wishes — Mrs. Andrew Gelinas Walt Rebello Carolyn Anselmo Barbara Westgate Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barcellos Couto and Brazil Brian McGreevy — Class of ' 87 Mike and Diane Messier Emily Nemer and Daughter Kathy Anne Suddy (Suds) Nicker Brother John Mr. Romeo Lizotte Mr. and Mrs. Anthime Brunette Mr. and Mrs. Anthime Brunette, Jr. Dorice Furtado Best Wishes — Eileen, Karl, and Becky Coates Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grindrod Gary, Joyce, and Tria Sykes Mr. and Mrs. Orias Babi neau Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cabral Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cruz Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lizotte Mr. and Mrs. Omer Renaud Steve and Joann Mr. and Mrs. Santos Diane and Paul, 1976 Mr. and Mrs. James Cunha Lillian Bariteau The Miller Family Mr. and Mrs. Antone F. Mello Congratulations to the Class of 76! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Constant Congratulations Jo — Mr. and Mrs. Jules Avila David and Nancy Russell, Fran, and Jeff Best Wishes — The Gundersen Family Good Luck — The Kvilhaug Family Mr. and Mrs. Lars Sovik and Family Spanky " 51 " Freddy Fudpucker Lee C.and Donna Ginny and Paul Ray and Mary Jane Richard Mr. and Mrs. Baptiste Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mydlack Mrs. Beatrice Kirklewski Trudi and Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starrish and Family Cape Cod Skindiving Schools Barbara, Red, Jane, and Dar yl St. Pierre Mr. and Mrs. David Lundrigan The Three Musketeers Love the Three Stooges Mrs. Grace Foley Robin Galley Boy The Acorn Shop — New Bedford Mr. and Mrs. George Valley Caillou Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Murray Steve, Mark, Jen, and Nicki Good Luck 76 — Joan, Red, and Kelly Parker Larry and Kethie (Langlois) Rounds Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Almeida Ratzo Rizzo Kathy and Scott Sue M. " The memories linger yet it ' s only the beginning. " 167 and promises o L- H7X3 97t (ME MILUCENl LiBRART rAJWMA.Vltfl. A( 9


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