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Show Hide text for 1970 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1970 volume: “ ?f y— rr mr nationA 1. DRAFT LOTTERY - The first draft lottery In 27 yearewas field on December 1st, at Selective Service headquarters in Washington. Capsules containing days of the year were picked one by one to set the order for the next year ' s draft 2. AN OSCAR FOR HER FIRST MOVIE - Barbra Streisanc won an Oscar for her performance in " funny Girl. " She and Katherine Hepburn were named year ' s best actresses . 3. A NEW DAWN FOR PEACE - Every conceivable type of demonstration occurred on Vietnam Moratorium Day in October. In Lincoln, Massachusetts, the townsfolk gathered for an Interfaith sunrise service. 4. TOWNSFOLK WATCH ' EV COME HOME - A hearse bearing the body of the late Senator Everett M. DIrksen moves through Pekin, Illinois enroule to the cemetery. 5. INDIANAPOLIS 500 - Mario AndrettI receives congratula- tions from car owner Granatelll for his record speed of 160.218 MPH in the 500 mile race. Andrettis face still bears the marks of burns received in a crash and fire dur- ing time trials. (May, ' 69) 6. TIPTOEING THROUGH THE TULIPS - Tiny Tim Khauryand his 1 7-year-old bride, the former Victoria Budlnger, pose on the stage of the Johnny Carson show In New York City. The couple was married on the program. T -V :u Cno-A-.c..o 3 1833 01877 3918 .1 ( J 7. HURRICANE CAMILLE - Five persons await rescue on rail tracks between Gulfport and New Orleans after winds had lifted their house. 8. KENNEDYS ATTEND FUNERAL - Sen, Edward M. Kennedy follows his wife, Joan into St. Vincent ' s church in Plym- outh, Pennsylvania, to attend funeral service for l ary Jo Kopechne. Miss Kopechne died in an auto mishap from which Sen. Kennedy escaped. (July. ' 69) 9. fl IISS Afl IERICA - Pamela Anne Eldred, 21-year-old Detroit College Senior was crowned Miss America for 1970 in At- lantic City. (Sept. ' 69) 10. ROSES FOR MAJESTIC PRINCE - Jockey Bill Hartack helps to raise blanket of roses atop Majestic Prince after they won the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. Owner Frank McMahonisat right. 1. UNDERDOGS BECOME TOP DOGS - The New York Mets, and their fans, whoop it up after becoming the baseball champions of the world (Oct. ' 69) 12. HIGH TRIBUNAL HAPPENINGS - Abe Fortas. BACK ROW, LEFT, resigned under lire during 1969. Chief Justice Earl Warren, FRONT ROW, CENTER, was succeeded by Warren Burger. THE LAMPLIGHTER 1970 ' Monies superatus esse el vitutem eos superare habemus " Langdon, New Hampshire BEassssex TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword Dedication Faculty Seniors Underclassmen Activities Sports Advertising 5 21 65 77 97 115 JOANNE DUNHAM 1952 - 1968 We the class of nineteen hundred and seventy, wish to dedicate this yearbook in memoriam of Joanne Dunham. She was a good student and a good friend to many. Although it was hard to get to know her, because she was quiet, those who did, found her to be a very honest and sincere person. V faculty LA - - - ' = J " ADMINISTRATION STANLEY B. TUFTS Superintendent of Schools Parks Air College (St. Louis University) Gorham State College Pennsylvania State University J. L. ROBERT BELLAVANCE Assistant Superintendent of Schools Keene State College B.A., M.Ed. EDWARD C. WILLIS Principal Keene State College Boston University B.Ed., M.Ed. ¥ ARTHUR J. GUDE Assistant Principal Columbia College B.A. Student Council Advisor SHIRLEY HUNTER Secretary GUIDANCE Row 1 Mr. Eno, Mrs. Durrell, Mr. Livengood . siIeITI ENGLISH LANGUAGE Row 1 — Mr. Cote Row 2 - Miss Veilleux, Miss La Frank, Mrs, Gude I MATH ri Row 1 Mrs. Mclntire. Mrs. Hronek. Row 2 Mr. Kerylovv, Mr Winslovv, Mr. Sackevich. COMMERCIAL rf f Row 1 Mrs. Bascom, Mrs. Newman. Row 2 M: lohnston. SOCIAL STUDIES Row 1 Mrs. Andreoli, Mr. Andreoli. Row 2 Mr. Osgood, Mr. Clay, Mr. DeCoste. HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS Row 1 - Mr. Cain, Mrs. Stoughton, Mr. Hingston, Row 2 Mr. Fraser, Mr. Jensen, Mr. Sjolander ATHLETICS ART MUSIC LIBRARY 3© I ■ TJfc i ' aii i DIETITIANS AND NURSE FACULTY INDEX A Donald R. Chase F Bryant Anderson Plymouth State College Richard J. Fraser Keene State College B.Ed. Keene State College B.Ed. English B.Ed. English Basic Drafting Yearbook Advisor Philip H. Clay Keene State College Machine Operations Antonia S. Andreoli B.Ed. G Smith College World History Eleanor D. Greer B.A. Psychology Keene State College American Government Sociology B.Ed. Comparative Political Systems Economics Art World History Adult Art Course Humanities Marie A. Commoss Art Department Head Problems of Democracy Keene State College Freshman Advisor B.Ed. Florence L. Gude English Barnard College Louis V. Andreoli, Jr. B.A. University of Massachusetts Jules Cote English B.A. Dartmouth College French United States History Boston University Senior Advisor Freshman Advisor B.A., Ed.M. Creative Visuals French 1, 11, 111, W H French Club Advisor Richard Hall B Elizabeth A. Bascom Head Foreign Language Department Keene State College B.Ed. Biology Plymouth State College Robert C. Cuniff B.Ed. Trenton State College 1SC5 Clerical Office Practice B.A. Secretarial Office Practice Band Jane M. Harris Typing 11 Music Theory I, II Simmons College General Business Keene State College Fuhire Business Leaders of America B.S., B.Ed. D David A. DeCoste Librarian Harvey K. Black, Jr. 023 Club Advisor Keene State College B.A. General Science General Biology Advanced Biology Keene State College B.Ed. Secondary Education Secondary Science William Hingston New Hampshire Technical Institute Keene State College Vocational Drafting 1, II Cheerleading Advisor C E Carroll J. Eno Mary J. Hoover Northwestern Universitv Norman R. Cain, Jr. University of New Hampshire B.A, Keene State College Boston University English B.Ed. B.A., C.A.G.S. Industrial Arts Director of Guidance Ice Hockey Coach National Honor Society Advisor Daisy M. Hronek University of Vermont B.S. Algebra I, General Math Math Department Head Junior Advisor Mark ]etuon University of Massachusetts A.D. Animal Science F.F.A. Advisor James B. Johnston Plymouth State College B.S. Notehand, Typing II, Personal Typing, Accounting I, II Head Football Coach Michael Kerylow Jr. Keene State College B.E. Algebra II, Geometry, Calculus Varsity Soccer Coach Math Club Advisor Pauline B. Kerylow Keene State College B.E. Physical Education Girls Varsity and Junior Varsity Basketball, Girls Varsity Softball, Co-Advisor Varsity Club Eleanor C. Labrie Rhode Island College Keene State College B.Ed., M.Ed. Humanities, English, Creative Writing Public Speaking, Annette E. LaFrank B.Ed. Keene State College M.Ed. Boston University English Latin Robert J. Lammela B.Ed. Keene State College Chemistry Earth Science Chess Club Advisor Loren E. Livengood Jr. B.Ed. Keene State College M.S. St. Michaels College Guidance M Florence Maclve r R.N. Presbyterian Hospital School School Nurse Future Nurses ' Club Advisor Carl McAllister Jr. B.Ed. Plymouth State College Driver Education Varsity Basketball, Junior Varsity Basket- ball Linda Mclntire B.A. University of Maine Algebra I, n. Advanced Math Math Club Advisor William C. Morse B.Ed. Keene State College M.S. Worcester Polytechnic Institute Chemistry, Physics Rocket Society Advisor Creative Visual Club Advisor N June H. Nev™ an B.S. American International College Typing, Shorthand F.B.L.A. O David W. Osgood B.Ed. Keene State College United States History Problems of Democracy Mimi Plumb B.A. Washington University Library Assistant Paul E. Sackevich B.A. University of Vermont General Math Charles D. Sojander University of Massachusetts Basic Machine Shop Machine Operation Ralph SUva B.S. Springfield College Physical Education Varsity Baseball, Athletic Director Wendy F. Stoughton B.Ed. Keene State College Home Economics Future Homemakers of America Advisor Boys Chef ' s Club Advisor Madeline M. Tole B.M. New England Consevatory A Cappella Choir Anita L. Veilleux B.A. Mt. St. Mary ' s College Spanish French W Edward F. Winslow Jr. B.A. Nasson College Advanced Math, Geometry, Shop Math, General Math K seniors DEBRA AINSWORTH " Come Home " French Club - 1, 2; Magazine Drive Committee - 1; Drama Club — 3; Math Team — 3; National Honor Society - 3, 4; Yearbook Staff - 4; Dollars For Scholars Club - 4; Junior Council on World Affairs - 4. cute . . . friendly . . . Boston . . . smart . . . ERNEST J. AUMAND III " On Top Of Old Smokey " Freshman Baseball - 1; Art Club - 1; Freshman Basketball - 1; J.V. Basketball - 1, 2, 3; Chefs Club - 1, J.V. Baseball - 2, 3; J.V. Football - 2; Freshm an Football - 2; Varsity Football - 3; Varsity Basketball - 4; Varsity Baseball - 4; Cafeter a Help - 4. clown . . . funny . . . good personality . . , DEBRA J. ALLEN " Indian Reservation " Future Business Leaders of America - 4. rip! ... her horse . . . quiet . . . green eyes . . . headbands . . . LINDA L. AUMAND Lindy " Memories " Intermural Field Hockey - 2; J.V. Basketball - 3; Varsity Basketball - 3, 4; Varsity Field Hockey - 3, 4; Girls Athletic Club - 4; Ski Club - 4. gullible . . , quiet(?) . . . athletic . . . North Walpole . . . t ' V PATRICK BAILEY " Wishful Sinful- Class Treasurer - 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer - 1, 2, 4; Freshman Baseball - 1; Hockey - 2, 3, 4; Football - 3. responsible . . . all-time class treasurer . . . funny . . . sexy . . . athletic HOLLY L. BAILEY " The Beat Goes On " Varsity Softball - 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 2; Junior Prom Committee - 3; F.B.L.A. - 4; Photography of Yearbook — 4. loud . . . fun to be with . . . parties!!! ROSANXE E BAILEY Rockv Racoon " friendly . . . outspoken " Listen up. Lady " . . . 1 SALLY J. BALL " Blowin ' In The Wind " BARBARA A. BARTH " True Child " Band - 1, 2; French Club - 2; Art Club - 3. small but wise . . . individual . . . quiet . . . F.B.L.A. - 2, 3, 4; Jr. Council on World Affairs - 2; Yearbook - 3, 4; Library A-V Club - cute . . . a good kid , . . quiet . . . pretty ... O.K. Fairbanks ' . . . JOHN W. BALLA " I ' m Movin ' On " WILLLMVI H. BARTH " If 1 Were A Carpenter " A-V Club - 3; Football - 4; Rocket Society - 4; Chess Club - 4. trucks . . . horses . . . Acworth Road Man . . . quiet . . . Freshman Baseball - 1; J.V. Baseball - 2, 3; A-V Club - 3; Varsity Football - 4. late starter! . . . hard working . . . army coat . . . bowling . . . EILEEN C. BASCOM " Let Her Be A Little Girl A Little Longer DAVID P. BATCHELOR " California Girl " Chorus - 1; A. Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4; Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff - 3, 4; Drama Club - 3; Canadian Exchange Student - 3; Great Britain Exchange - 3; Creative Visual Club - 4; Pep Band - 4. farmer 1 . . . sweet . . . the look of inno- cence . . . clothes . . . " Happy Talk " . . . Acworth . . . joker . . . " Booga-Booga " . . . clown humorous . . . Annette . . . mustache . . JUDY E. BASCOM " Hey, Jude " Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band - 2, 3, 4; French Club - 2; Chess Club - 3; F.H.A. - 3, 4. quiet . . . conservative . . . nice . . . 4-H . . . Sugar Business . . . LENNY LEE BENNETT " Hey, Little One " Future Nurses Club - 3, 4. small . . . Size 3 . . . giggles quiet fun w. LARRY M. BESAW " Cool Jerk " CHESTER R. BIGELOW " Chug-A-Lug " enjoys himself Chubs . . . quiet LINDA L. BENWARE " Looking Through The Eyes Of Love " ].V. Cheerleader - 1; Choir - 1, 2, 4; Softball - 1; Yearbook - 4; Pres. of F.B.LA. - 3; A. A. - 1; F.H.A. - 1; Ski Club - 4; Library - 3; Class Plays — 1, 2; Interschool play — 2; Dra- matics Club - 2; Art Club - 3. Buster . . . lively . . . Elwood dear . . . flirt . . . ringlets . . . FREDERICK M. BLODGETT " For He ' s A Jolly Good Fellow " Chef ' s Club - 1, 2; Football Manager - 2, 3; Chess Club Math Team - 3, 4; Yearbook - 4; Dollars for Scholars Club - 4; Basketball Manager — 4. smart . . . cute . . . helpful . . . fearless MICHAEL L BROOKS " Sittin ' On The Dock Of The Bay " Freshman Basketball - 1; J.V. Basketball - 1, 2; Varsity Basketball - 2, 3; Football - 2, 3, 4; Freshman Baseball - 1; J.V. Baseball - 2; Var- sity Baseball - 3, 4; Athletic Association — 4; " Brooksie " . . . smart . . . scholar . . . ath- letic . . . MARY J. BRESLAND " Dedicated To The One I Love " Student Council — 1, 4; Chorus — 1; J.V. Bas- ketball - 2; Varsity Basketball - 3; Softball - 2; French Club - 3; Yearbook Staff - 4; volleyball . . . friendly . . . funny . . . Dave . . . pretty . . . CHERYL L. BROWN " Mrs. Brown, You ' ve Got A Lovely Daughter " F.H.A. - 3, 4; French Club - 3, 4; horses . . . quiet . . . nice . . . neat . . . friendly . . . PAMELA J. BROOKS " Come See About Me " Future Business Leaders of America - 3, 4; Ski Club - 4; mischievous . . . short skirts . . . cute . . REBECCA A. BURTON " I Know A Place " Softball - 1; A Choir - 1, 2, 3; Majorette - 1, 3; Intermural Field Hockey - 2, Gymnastics Team - 4; Drama Club - 3 Jr. Prom Committee - 3; Newspaper - 3 Yearbook — 4; Sr. Prom Committee — 4 Athletic Association - 4; F.H.A. — 4. cute . . . funny . . . friendly CYNTHIA J. CAMPBELL " Don ' t Give Up " Band - 1, 2, 3; A Choir - 2, 3 F.B.L.A. - 3, 4; Ski Club - 4. quiet sometimes . . . shy in school? friendly . . . sweet smile . . . Becky Cindy JOAN E. CHABRA " Strawberry Fields Forever " Basketball - 1; A.-V Club - 2; Office Help — 4; Future Nurses Club — 4. seems to be quiet . . . business . . . office girl . . . JOYCE A. CAMPBELL " Homeward Bound " Chorus - 1; F.H.A. - 3, 4; Chess Club - 3. sweet . . . quiet . . . helpful . . . fun in a reserved way ANN M. CHICKERING " Best Of Both Worlds " Junior Librarian - 1, 2, 4; F.B.L.A. - 3. flirt . . . mama bear . . . boys . . . talk ative to friends ANNETTE C. CUTLER " California Dreamin ' " Dave . . . friendly . . . pretty . . . dim- ples . . . quick smile . . . DAVID B. COLBURN " Dizzy " witty . . . skinny . . . retailer in Moun- tain Dev- ROBERT G. CONLEY Its The Uttle Things " Ag Boy . . . quiet . . . little . . . cute MATTHEW D. CYR " Drink, Drink, Drink " JONATHAN S. DICKEY " How Can Love Survive " Chefs Club - 1, 2; Freshman Baseball - 1; Baseball - 2; Football - 2; Chess Club - 3, 4; Ice Hockey — 3, 4. clown . . . fun to be with . . . long blond hair . . . the zebra-jeep . . . TERRY D. DANIELS " Don ' t Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael " Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Soccer - 1; Varsity Soc- cer - 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball - 1, 2; Fresh- man Basketball — 1; Freshman Baseball — 1; J.V. Baseball - 2, 3; Older Boys Conference - 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball - 3; St. Paul ' s - 3; Varsity Baseball - 4; Ski Club - 4; National Honor Society — 3, 4; Magazine Drive Capt. — 4; Canadian Exchange Student — 3; Class Vice-President — 2. good-looking . . . bright . . . sax . . . neat . . . hunky . . . SUSAN E. EDGAR " Where ' s The Playground, Susie? " shoes . . . Maine tards boys . . . smart . . . cute . . . here . . . there . . . everywhere . . . Charlestown . . . Eggar DEBRA A. FAIRBROTHER " Happy Together " PATRICIA J. FARLEY ' Love Is A Beautiful Thing " Drama Club - 3; French Club - 3; Yearbook - 3, 4; Editor - 4; National Honor Society - 3, 4. blonde . . . pretty clothes . . . likeable . . . yearbook editor . . . cute . . . tall . . . Band - 1, 2, 3; French Club - 3; Fl Nurses Club - 4. fun to be with . . . cute laugh . . . quiet i of the time . . . BARBARA A. FENDERSON " Never, My Love " Interim Student Council nice clothes . . . skinn; Volkswagen . , . F.H.A. - 4. . . fall ... her JANE M. FENNES5Y " Catch Us If You Can " Intra-mural Field Hockey - 2; Field Hockey Manager - 3; Student Council - 3; Nevvspa- per - 3; F.B.L.A. - 4. " Mutt and Jeff " . . . cute . . . neat . . . funny JUNE E. FISK Varsity Soccer Cheerleader - 1, 2; J.V. basketball Cheerleader - 1; Varsity Softball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; A Choir - 1, 2; Art Club - 1; Varsity Basketball Cheer leader - 2, 3, 4; Student Council - 2; Magazine Drive Capt. - 2, 3; " The Miser " - 2; Drama Club — 3; National Honor Society — 3, 4; Canadian Student Exchange - j Great Britain Exchange — 3; Office Help 3, 4; Math Team — 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committe — 3; Gymnastic Team — 3; French Club — 4; Math Club — 4; Dollars For Scholars - activities!! athlete . . D.A.R. . . . cheerleader . nbitious . . , Winds outgoing . LILLIAN S. FERGUSON " My Way Of Life " Susan A Choir - 1, 2, 3; Jr. Council on World Affairs - 1; Art Club - 3; Drama Club - 3; National Honor Society — 3, 4. lots of fun . . . intelligent . . . hard working . . . determined . . . LILLIAN M. FRECHETTE " What Goes Up, Must Come Down " F.B.L.A. - 3, 4; A Choir - 3, 4; Field Hockey — 3; Newspaper - 3; Ski Club - 4. wild . . . younger guys . . . friendly . . . short skirts . . . GERALDINE L, FOWLE " Sunny " Future Business Leaders of America — 3, 4. quiet . . . friendly . . . those color combinations MICHAEL I. GALLAGHER " Causing Comotion " sideburns . . . dark . . . goofing . witty ROBERT W. GILES " Don ' t Bother Me " SUSAN C. GATES " I Wanna Be Free " Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader - 1; Varsity Cheerleader - 3, 4; Jr. Council On World Affairs - 2, 3. cute . . . friends from Canada . . . the little Opel . . . smart dresser . . . picked on . . . NANCY A. CRAVES " 1-2-3 Red Light " Drama Club - 3; Newspaper - 3; Ski Club 4. funny ... red hair . . . cute smile BETTE C. HANSON Newspaper - 3; F.B.L.A. - 3, 4. talkative . . . funny laugh ... her teddy bear . . . ANDREA J. HAINES " Whafs The Use In Breaking Up? " Band — 1, 2, 3; Class secretary — 3, 4; Soccer Cheerleader - 3; ].V. Basketball Cheerleader - 3; Jr. Council on World Affairs - 3. what she said . . . cute . . . likeable . . . KATHLEEN E. HAYES " Games People Play " Field Hockey - 3; F.B.L.A. - 3, 4; Newspaper — 3; Class Corresponding Secretary — 4. hard working . . . nice . . . quiet . . . likeable . . . Andi Kathy CHARLES B. HAVLIR, JR. " The Virginian- Latin Club - 1; Football - 1, 2, 3; Basketball - 1; Science Club - 2. southern playboy . . . Virginia slim . . . good-looking . . . " yes DANIEL D. HAYNES " Dangling Conversation " F.F.A. - I, 2, 3, 4; French Club - 3; National Honor Society — 4. quiet . . . smart . . . conservative . . . Future Farmer . . . LAURA J. HELFF ' Sophisticated Lady " SHERYL L. HOLT ' Thinking About The Days Ahead " Dramatics - 1, 3; F.B.L.A. - 2; Manager Girls ' Softball Team — 2, 3; Newspaper — 3. fun . . . Burlington and back again . . . Bill good kid . . . _ " G Y W JACKSON oATiseWild " -y . . .? . n nicet DAVID M. JACOBS " Sidewalks Of New York " MICHAEL P. JANISZYN " I Did It My Way- good looking . . . interesting ... fun . crazy . . . N.Y. . . . sideburns . . . . car Freshman Baseball - 1; Class President - 2; Student Council - 2, 4; J.V. Baseball - 2; A-V Club - 2; Class Vice-President - 3; Varsity Baseball - 3, 4; Varsity Football - 3, 4; National Honor Society - 3, 4. cool . . . V.W. nut . . . likeable . . . brainy . . . super-guy . . . JAMES E. KANE " Saturday ' s Child " WENDY E. JENSEN " Lady Madonna " J.V. Basketball - 1; Freshman Basketball - 1; Varsity Basketball - 3, 4. neat . . . absent . . . athletic . . . quiet . . . Future Business Leaders of America cute . . . quiet . . . long hair . . - 3, 4. nice kid W .f? k r!; ¥MJ ' . ' i W NANCIE E. KAY " Go Where You Wanna Go " JEANNE F. KENNEDY ' Anglel Of The Morning " Jr. Council on World Affairs — 4. silly . . . talkative . . . funny . . . " Gotcha! ' Class President - 1; Student Council - 1; Art Club - 1; Jr. Council on World Affairs - 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleader - 2, 3, 4; Model U.N. - 3; St. Paul ' s - 3; Gym Team - 3; Drama Club - 3; Chess Club - 3; Math Club - 3, 4; A Choir — 3, 4; National Honor Society — 3, 4; Ski Club - 4; Visual Creativity Club - 4. pretty . . . smart . . . " Angel Face " . . . blonde . . . smiles . . . leadership . . JOHN H. KINNEY " Got To Get A Message To You " SUSAN L. KING " Billy and Sue " Girl ' s Field Hockey - 3. Bill ... a good kid . . . small but loaded Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball - 2, 3, 4; Soccer - 3, 4; Student Council - 2; Athletic Association — 4. comical . . . big . . . athletic . . . long legs . . . remarks . . . goalie . . . WALTER J. KOLODZIEJ " Sky Pilot " Chess Club - 3, 4; Chef ' s Club 1; Football - 2; Ski Club - 4; freckles . . . " pussycat " . . all-time grin . . . Pussycat MARY L. KOHLER " Happiness " Majorette — 1, 2; Student Council Girl ' s State - 4; bruises . . . garrulous . . . curls . . fun . . , DENNIS M. LADD " King Of The Road " Chorus — 1; Interim Student Council — 1; French Club - 3, 4; Boy ' s State - 3; red hair . . . " Acworth Inquirer " . . . funny . . . drives all over LEN E. LA CLAIR " I ' ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face " Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus - 1; A Choir - 2, 3, 4; French Club — 1, 2; Magazine Drive — 1; Audio-Visual Club - 2; 023 Club - 3, 4; polite . . . Gloria . . . fun . . . small JUDITH A. LALIBERTE " This Diamond Ring " A Choir - 4; F.B.L.A. - 4; F.H.A. - 4. giggles . . . good kid ... for whom bells tole Patty CYNTHIA M. LAVANTURE " Someday We ' ll Be Together " Field Hockey - 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 4; F.H.A. - 4. nice . . . steady . . . short . . . quiet ROBIN L. UBBY " Sweet Young Thing " Chorus - 1; Art Club - 2; Junior Council on World Affairs - 3; Yearbook Staff - 4. tall . . . fun . . . high cheek bones . . . PATRICIA J. LEAR " Chewy Chews ' " Library Club - 2, 3; A-V Club - 2; Future Nurses Club — 4. nurse . . . self-centered . . . tries . . . u. RICHARD ]. LIPPERT " Talk, Talk " DARLENE M. MACK " Busted " " Lippy " . . . the life of Claremont . . . loud mouth . . . soooo nice Future Nurses Club — 4. mini-dresses . . . unconcerned . . . wild CYNTHIA L. MASON " Rain, The Park, and Other Things " Chorus - 1; A-V Club - 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. - 2, 3; Field Hockey - 3, 4. nice person . . . acrobat! . . . friendly GORDON J. MAXHAM " Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie " Basketball — 1; Rocket Society — 1, 2; Chess Club - 3, 4; Football - 2; Jr. Council on World Affairs - 3. Big . . . jolly . . . dumb . . . good story-teller ARTHUR w. McAllister " Counting Flowers on the Wall " Chef ' s Club - 1, 2; Chess Club - 3. long John . . . smart . . . " Callous " " Chinzy " . . . funny . . . MELviN T. Mcpherson " We Gotta All Get Together " Freshman Basketball - 1; J.V. Basketball - Freshman Baseball - 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Baseball - 2; Varsity Soccer - 4; Varsity Baseball - 3, 4; Class President - Student Council - 4. basketball . . . Mr. President . . . moody . . responsible . . . tall . . . actor . . . RALPH E. MILLER " Easy To Be Hard " French Club - 1; Cross Country Council On World Affairs - 3. greensleeves . . . Romeo . . . Drews Murph DAVID P. MURRAY " The Graduate " Science Club - 1; Basketball - 1, 2, 3: Base- ball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Band - 2; Football - 3; Class Marshal - 3. Janey . . . nice personality , . . drums . . . good-looking . . . DARLENE A. NACEL ' Like A Rolling Stone " mysterious . . . quiet this world . . . trips . . . Boston . . . . out ot Durham STEVEN A. NEILL " Nowhere Man " Chefs ' Club - 1, 2; Math Team - 3; Chess Club — 3, 4; Astronomy Club — 3. " Mother " . . . the drugstore ' s best . . . blond wavy hair . . . manners . . . JAMES E. O ' BRIEN " Naturally Stoned " Where ' s the bottle? . . . tall tales . . . carefree . . . loads of laughs . . . MARGERY M. NOSTRAND " Sweet Georgia Brown " ■ Chorus - 1; Varsity Basketball - 1, 2, 3, Art Club - 2; Jr. Council on World Affairs 3, 4; Field Hockey - 3; Yearbook Staff - Dollars For Scholars - 4. a great kid ... basketball . . . tall . unafraid to speak her mind . . . JON L. PLUMB " Race With The Wind " Football - 2, 3, 4; Wrestling - 2, 3; Track - 2; Creative Visual Club - 4. " Hey, wait a minute ... " ... easy going . . . likeable . . . funny . . . always laughing LINDA F. O ' BRIEN " Turn, Turn, Turn " Drama Club - 3; Creative Visual Club - 4. professor type . . . she gets around . . . friendly . . . nice . . . never looses an argument . . . CALVIN L. POLLEY trips to Boston . . . well-liked SHARON E. READ " I ' ll Never Fall In Love Again " Art Club - 2, 3; Drama Club - 3; Gym Tear - 3; Yearbook Staff - 3, 4; Ski Club - 4. flirt . . . " Sam " . . . one of many sides . . JAYNA M. RHOADES " Sweet And Lovely " J.V, Basketball - 1; Varsity Softball - 1, 2, 3, 4; A Choir - 1, 2; Varsity Basketball - 2, 3, 4; French Club - 3, 4; Yearbook Staff - 3, 4; Gym Team — 3; Athletic Association - 4. pretty . . . sports . . . Farmer 2 . . . basket- ball . . . Acworth . . . ALAN L. RHODES " Climb Every Mc straight blond haii nice . . . WAYNE O. ROWE " Eve Of Destruction " Football - 2, 3, 4; Chess Club - 4. " Weasel " . . . pride of our football team . mischievous . . . funny . . . MICHAEL G. SANBORN " I Get A Kick Out Of Life " French Club - 3, 4; Math Club - 4; Chess Club - 4. dark . . , quiet . . . chief . . . ■ 1 . y i F H 1 ' vi " - A l " ' .M Cii PATRICIA A. SCHOFIELD " Happy Heart " LINDA R. SEBASTIAN " Leavin ' On A Jet Plane " F.B.L.A. - 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. - 4. " Lady Godiva " . . . with the long hair Chorus - 1; A Choir - 1, 2; Jr. Council On World Affairs - 3. Cadillac Kid . . . giggles . . . motorcycles . . . always on the go JOHN VV. SMITH ' Wasn ' t Born To Follov KEITH J. SIMPSON " Monday, Monday " Rocket Society — 4; Astronomy Club — 4. quiet . . . tall thin . . . Freshman Basketball - 1; Varsity Cross Coun- try - 1; Rocket Society - 4; Class Vice Presi- dent - 4. speaks his mind . . . T w-matic well-liked . . . funny GAIL M. SWELLING " Endless Summer " J.V. Cheerleader - 2; Gymnastics - 3, 4; Art Club - 3; Varsity Cheerleader - 4; Athletic Association — 4. horse lover . . . neat . . . cheerleader . . . dark short hair . . . RAYMOND B. SPALDING " Do Your Own Thing " sweet voice . . . cute helpful Sully PATRICIA F. STARKS " Feelin ' Groovy " Chorus - 1; F.B.L.A. - 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. - ■ . . , great volleyball player . . . laughing , ROBERT P. SULLIVAN " Cherish " One-act Play - 1; Fish and Game Club - 1, 2; National Honor Society - 2; Track Team - 2, 3; Wrestling - 2, 3; full of life . . . cute . . . smart . . . short , . . HOLLY K. SWIFT " Holly Holy " JEFFREY W. SWIFT " I ' m A Girl Watcher " Student Council - 1; Jr. Council On World Affairs - 3; Creative Visual Club - 4. smart . . . serious . . . nice ... she cares . . . Hockey - 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football - 2; Chess Club - 3, 4; the fast-moving tempo of B.F. . . . slouches . . . apathetic GAYLE A. THEROU.X " Give Peace A Chance " LAURIE A. TFTUS Ir. Council On World Affairs - 2, 4; Dr Club - 3; Chess Club - 3, 4. " the Hippie " ... a rebel of sorts way-out attire . . . cute . . . one of 1 voiced . ny opinions . . . new girl friendly MEREDITH TOLE " You Know It Ain ' t Easy " Band - 1, 2, 3, 4; A Choir - 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Field Hockey - 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff - 3, 4; Ski Club - 4. " Crash " . . . well-hked . . . All-State Choir . . . N.Y. . . . talkative . . . JULIE E. TUFTS ' When Julie Comes Around " CYNTHIA D. VANVELSOR " Rainy Day Woman " Future Business Leaders of America — 3, 4. ROBERT R. TURGEON Turge " Wonderful Guy " good looking . KATHY M. WARD " I ' ll Be True To You " Varsity Softball Staff - 4; F.H.A. - 4; Committee — 4. mischievou ' . . limmy ; A Choir - 3; Yearbo 4; Ski Club - 4; Pr( HELEN 5. WARYAS " Lot Of Livin ' To Do " Honors Award - 2, 3; Yearbook Staff - 3, 4; Drama Club - 3; Future Nurses Club - 4. little . . . pillows . . . cute . . . likeable . . . smart . . . PAUL J. WELCH " Road Runner " but funny Z ' - VICKY L. WELCH " I ' ve Gotta Be Me " Class Vice President — 1; Student Librarian - 1, 2; Jr. Council On World Affairs - 2, 4; Older Girls Conference - 2, 3. i. Class Presi- dent — 3; Newspaper — 3; Student Council — 3; Office Help - 3, 4; Canadian Student Ex- change - 3; Girls State - 3; Rep. Girls Nation — 3; Dollars For Scholars — 4. " Sticky Vicky " , . . ambitious . . . talkative . . . pretty . . . outgoing Jfcalrf ' Z bMy Loves a ' »o ' J DONALD C. WHIPPLE " Mighty Quinn " J.V. Basketball ■tW? -jS,A; Offi V V ' 4; Lih ry Club - 4;CvV Cll. - 4, ;v ' " " 2; Freshman Basketball - Soccer — 2; Varsity Football — 3, 4; Varsity Basketball - 3. BIG . . . powerful the garage GLADYS E, WHIPPLE " It ' s Getting Better " BONITA B. WHITAKER " Johnny Angel " F.B.L.A. - 1, 2, 3, 4; A-V Club - 2, 3; F.H.A. J.V. Cheerleader - 1; F.H.A. - 1, 2, 4. - 4; Office Help - 4. clown . . . " smeller " . . . giggles . good sport . . . loved by all . . . tongue is never still MARK C WHITE " No Particular Place To Go " VALERIE M. WILSON " Suspicious Minds " 1, 3; F.B.L.A. - 3, 4; F.H.A. - N.Y. . . . good kid . . , little . Twinky PETER P. WOJENSKI " Day Dream Believer " idnight child DALE S. WOOD " For Once In My Life " Future Nurses Club - 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff — 3, 4; Onadian Student Exchange — 3; Li- brar ' A-V Club - 4. natural blonde . . . responsible . . . friendly . . . hard working . . . Miss Muff NANCY J. WRIGHT " All You Need Is Love " Intramural Field Hockey — 2; Yearbook Staff - 4; F.H.A. - 4; F.B.L.A. - 4. nice girl . . . waiting for Tom . . . cute . . . quiet sometimes ' Our big hunk of ; SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Corresponding Secretary, Kathy Hayes; President, Mickey McPherson; Treasurer, Pat Bailey; Recording Secretary, Andi Haines; Vice-President, Jack Smith Bausch Lomb Science Award D.A.R. Good Citizen M O S T T A L K A T I V E Eileen Bascom, Richard Lippert Joyce Campbell, Bob Conley Q u I E T E S T Class Clowns Bucky Welch Bonita Whitaker Most Outstanding Mike Janiszyn June Fisk Best Dressed Smith E. Bascom D. Jacobs I. Rhoades M O s T A T H L E T I C Mickey McPherson could just kill hii ' Here I come! ' Madam r Mfl l A little help from my friends Rich, you fit Mke a piece of fu iy --- n ji ' iN.v Jayna 61 Judy No kidding i was really studying Make sure she doesn ' t see us -J n j " That was some club ' " " I washed it this morning and " Oh no! What can I say? " do a thing with it. " ' It ' s hard to be humble when you ' re . A underclassmen I JUNIORS OFFICERS: Rosemary Bailey, Treasurer; Jeffrey Lesselys, Vice President; Paula Kohlhaas, Secretary; Michael Edgar, President. 1 MJ Row 1 - M. Sherwood, L. Shabbott, B. Wilson, R. Ramsey, M. Rhoades, M. Snide, L. Switzer, P. Smith, M. Pickul, J. Stone, S. Rowe, B. Wade. Row 2 - G. Wilson, M. Wright, C. Wright, C. VanVelsor, M. Wilson, S. Richardson, C. Philbrook, B. Paulhus, B. Putnam, A. Polley, K. Pitkin. Row 3-D. York, L. Harrington, B. Piper, S. Tole, T. Tole, L. Welch, J. Weatherby, R. Whipple, D. Prendergast. Row 4 - S. Polley, D. Swift, M. McCloskey, B. Ring, P. Jellie, J. Putnam, J. Putnam, R. Piper, K. Swain, A. Wilson, R. Westcott. Row 1 — M. Kennett, A. Lacroix, C. Marx, F. Minard, G. Moore, K. Lucier, P. Lacroix, C. Marshall, E. Jefts, G. Kmiec, M. McCormack. Row 2 - P. Moulton, M. Lovell, R. Lucius, P. Jellie, G. Goodell, V. Gage, R. Hurlburt, G. Jones, S. Gentley, L. Haskins, B. Keefe, B. Jenkins. Row 3 - J. O ' Dette, L. Macri, R. Moore, S. O ' Brien, P. Nelson, D. Ward, K. Martin, R. Welch, C. Graves, P. Kohlhaas. Row 4 - R. Kenyon, H. Maier, B. Galloway, T. Hanson, T. Graves, J. Lessels, M. Harty, C, King, D. Jewell, M. McCloskev. Row 1 - R. Bailey, R. Fisk, C. Fish, J. Brooks, S. Austin, R. Beers, C. Fowie, B. Crowley, J. Carver, M. Coyle. Row 2 - B. Batchelder, M. Davis, D. Bruno, Blodgett, M. Cray, L. Balla, R. D. Ament, B. Fitzgerald, W. Cannon. Row 3 - B. Carpenter, A. Bogart, B. Brooks, T. Durell, M, Edgar, |. Berquist, M. Edson. D. Beer, J. Bascom. 67 i !%,. 1 ' Where ' s the Alkaseltzer? " The Henpecked Husband Mike knows it all You want me to what?! ' It was her — not me. ' " Mastermind at work " " Who me . , . Innocent? ' W. A Wasting-time Where ' s Susie? " All work and no play . SOPHOMORES OFFICERS: Kathy Bascom, Treasurer; Kathy Ramsey, Vice President, Valerie Bailey, Secretary; Paul Ames, President. Row 1 - B. Adolf, S. Colburn, L. Chaffee, K. Bascom, L. Anderson, E. Griffin, M. Chaffee, N. Bascom, D. Bascom, D. Brooks, B. Evertt, C Allard, A. Dearden. Row 2 - A. Cray, D. Blake, G. Gowen, P. Elsesser, V. Bailey, B. Beaudry, L Chandler, G. Cannon, T. Brown, R. Butson, L. Eno, B. Ball. Row 3 — M. Crews, E. Chickering, M. Elsesser, J. Bent, P. Ames, L Chaloux, D. Edkins, L. Berquist, P. Burke, C. Richardson, R. Clough, M. Allen, G. Batchelder. Row 4 - B. Conant, R. Bailey, R. Aumand, R. Brennan, C. Lord, P. Blake, R. Carter, J. Corliss, E. Cloutier. - ' . Row 1: H. Mortenson, L. Kinney, B. Loster, K. Giles, B. Jennison, D. Harris, D. LaVenture, L. Gray, K. Jacobs, 5. Merrill, N. Makinen, D. Kennett. Row 2: S. Haines, P. Jackson D. Hingston, L Fletcher, S. Lvnch, M Jellie, D. Marshall, M. Halvir, J. Fisk, K. Graves, C. Hucson, I Fish. Row 3: G. Burton, S. Kelly, R. Flanders, M. Kazak, K. Houghton, D. Lumbra, 5. Kingsbury, J. Hubbard, P. Libby. Row 4: H. Kohlhaas, B. Farnsworth, D. Kinson, B. Merrill, J. Holmes, T. Kilbum, D. Jones, J. Gibson, R. Aldrich. Row 1: N. Stetson, S. Soboleski, B, Snelling, R. Pratt, R Wilson, D. Phelps, D. Fuery, R. Patria, D. Thompson J Plumbly, E. Noyes, J. Tarrien, D. Snide. Row 2: J. Whittnev, B ork, D. Sanborn, M, Wilson, R. Sanctuary, T. Wood, F Plumb, R. Schofield, G. Moore, K. Neilson, F. Palmisano 1 Walsh, R. Roy, L. Reinhart. Row 3 J. Nichols, W. Stewart B. Welch, E. Perry. B. Putnam, R. Sanctuary, A. Palmisano, D. Thompson, J. Perry, L. Sebastian, K. Ramsey, M. Stevens. Row 4: L Prendergast, M. Town, A. Smith, J. Nostrand, G. SanKim. T. Porter, T. Swift, J. Wilson, D. Wood, M. Royce. ' If I ' ve told you once ' Donnie, are you always in corners? " ' Deb, you play teacher. ' Down to defeat again. FRESHMEN Officers — Cindy Asbell, President; Peter Rice, Vice President; Amber Stanley, Secretary; Ruth Edkins, Treasurer. Row 1 - J. Haslip, B. Lynch, ]. Lucier, H. Mates, C. Havlir, C. Lovell, J. Kolodziej, G. MacCormick, H. Pellerin, R. Minard, K. May. Row 2 - M. Moore, D. Nacel, K. Molaski, M, Hartnett, E. Porter, J. Jenkins, J. Carmen, S. Johnson, L. Ingoldsby, P. Lund. Row 3 - H. Morris, S. MacLeod, L. Herzig, D. Haines, T. Parker, C Paulhus, J. Jordon, C. Mack, R. Mack, G. Hudson, R. Miller. Row 4 - T. Hayes, H. O ' Brien, G. PoUey, K. MacDonald, R. Hearne, L. Kervella, B. Kibbee. Row 1 - J. Deardon, T. Colson, A, Bashaiv, D Bennett, T, Davey, S. Clark, E. Bellows, D. Goodell, K. Gage, B. Blake, A. Adams. Row 2 - W. Carlisle, T. Ferland, S. Aldrich, S. Emerson, N. Durell, M. Ferdette, G. Brooks, J. Goss, L. Balor, M. Adams, L. Blood, Row 3 - P. Eno, P. Baxter, B. Bowen, G. Duchane, C. Frohock, G. Ames, P. Aumand, K. Clark, C. Asbell, C. Asbell, R. Edkins, C. Brooks. Row 4 - R. Fuller, B. Bushway, H. Burroughs, D. Critchfield, D. Fairbanks, E. Gosselin, C. aough, M. Allen. Row 1 - M. Russell, D. Wade, ]. Ring, D. Rice, A. Stanley, D. Ramsey, P. Rice, S. Seddon, S. Coran, R. Stark, F. Wilson, B. Waryas. Row 2 - K. Switzer, S. Snelling, K. Silva, R. Walker, P. Shand, B. Robil- lard, P. Ramsey, D. Swain, ]. Stoodley, V. Wallis, J. Wesson, R. Wood. Row 3 - P. Ross, R. Ramsey, G. Rhoades, C. Sullivan, L. Aldrich, N. Savi, R. West, R. Sanborn, W. Ring, D. Potter, D. Shaughnessy. T. Patrick. Row 4 - S. Schroeder, D. Vaillancourt, K. Smith, M. Reavis, P. Higgins. J. Sawyer, A. Town, E. Susee, C. Wright, J. Sombic, B. White. pel . activities [i| »r. - . =aBi YEARBOOK STAFF Row 1: E. Bascom, D. Fairbrother, M. Wilson. Row 2: S. Read, L. Benware, R. Piper, H. Waryas, F. Minard, Row 3: M. Cray, J. Bresland, J. Rhoades, F. Blodgett, M. Tole, D. Ainsworth, H. Bailey, M. Nostrand, Editor ' s Message The theme of the 1970 Lamphghter, " It was a very good year " summarizes certain events of the past year, not just at Fall Mountain Regional but outside our school. Many advances have been made in every aspect of our lives and looking to the future we see many possibilities which can only be made realities through the striving of our generation. We hold the fuhire in our hands and with the help and guidance of th e people around us; we can make each year better. Debra Fairbrother, Editor-in-Chief; Madeline Wilson, Co-Editor-in-Chief. Activities Editors: M. Wilson, J. Bresland. Senior Editors: E. Bascom, F. Minard. i f Faculty Editors: H. Waryas, M. Cray. Underclassmen Editors: M. Nostrand, I. Bresland. Business Manager: R. Piper. Art Editor: S. Read. niiiiiMiai NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: D. Ainsworth, J. Kennedy, S. Ferguson, ]. Fisk. Row 2: Mr. Eno, advisor, D. Fairbrothe Tufts, S. Edgar, V. Welch. Row 3: M. Janiszyn, J. Dickey, D. Haines. Officers S. Edgar, Treas., I. Tufts, Sec. ]. Kennedy, Pres.. ). Dickey. V. Pres. J STUDENT COUNCIL f Row 1: R. Minard, C. Asbell, C Asbell, C. Schroeder, J. Breslend, M, Kohler, R. Sanctuary. Row 2: Mr. Gude, advisor, M. Edson, S. Wilson, M. Hardy, M. Janiszyn, M. McPherson, M. Edgar, P. Ames, J. Bascom, R. Sanctuary. Officers M. Edson, Treas., J. Bascom, V. Pres., M. Janiszyn, Pres., M. Kohler, Sec. m m w - fe ' FRENCH CLUB r-CU- X a Row 1; D. Ament, F, Minard, C. Martin, Mr. Cote, advisor, J. Fisk, B. Keefe, R. Schofield. Row 2: M Sanborn, J. Roades, N. Makinen, J. Bascom, K. Bascom, M. Wilson, C. Brown, D. Ladd. CHESS CLUB Row 1: S. Johnson, C. Asbell, C. Asbell, E. Noyes, L Shabbott, R. Bailey. Row 2: F. Blodgett, K. Martin, R. Moore, S. McLeod, G. Thoreau, M. Lovell, M. McCormack, C. Fish. Row 3: S. Neal, M. Cyr, ]. Brooks, W. Ryan, VV. Rowe, S. Soboleski, P. Lund, B. Blodgett. Row 4: M. Davis, P. lellie, M Hardv R Batchelor T. Hanson, L. Kervella, D. Potter, M. Sanborn. Row 5: A. Rhodes, T. Kilburn, T. Swift, B. Welch, E. Dclock, S. Gentley, J. Corliss. DRESS DOWN DAY FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Row 1: M. Snide, student advisor, C King, Sec, R. Conley, V. Pres., D. Haynes, Pres., K. Swain, Reporter, R. Hurlburt, Sentinel. Row 2: N. Stetson, D. Sanborn, D. Harris, R. Sanborn, R. Walker, D. Critchfield, R. West, C. Mack, M. Kimiec, Mr. Jensen, advisor. LIBRARY AND AUDIOVISUAL ISTI ' " " tife J : Row 1: G. Moore, L. LaClair, D. Jewell, S. Gentley, B. Barth, M. Royce, D. Hingston, Mrs. Harris, advisor, Mrs. Plumb, advisor. Row 2: J. Deardon, R. Spaulding, C. Clough, M. Allen, J. Corliss, P. Lear, C. Mason, D. Wetherby, A. Deardon, S. McLeod, M. Babbitt. iiur CHEF ' S CLUB W J Row 1: C. Lord, E. Fuller, T. Whitney, G. McCormick, C. Mack, Mrs. Stoughton, advisor. Row 2: E. Simonds, G. Polley, H. Kohlhaas, J. Savvyer, ]. Burquest, F. Plumb. Row 1: Mr. Anderoli, advisor. C. Mar , F. Minard. S Read. R. kenyon, E. Bascom, R Minard. Mr. y Morse, advisor. Row 2: D. Ament, L. O ' Brien, H. Swift, S. Gates, L. Macri, T. Tole. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Row 1: B. Hanson, P. Nelson, H. Bailey, B. Barth, Mrs. Bascom, advisor. Row 2: P. Schofield, J. Fennessy, K. Hayes, D. Wetherby, J. Ulibertie, P. Starks, C. Vanvelser, D. Ward. Row 3: W. Jenson, L. Frechette, L. Reinhart, C. Mason, B. Wilson, A. Aldrich, J. Goss, L. Blood. OFFICE AND GUIDANCE HELP Row 1: H. Bailey, M. Nostrand, B. Hansc advisor, J. Tufts, J. Fennessy, L. Aumand, L. Frechette, J. Fisk, C. Campbell. Row 2: Mrs. Newman, . Welch, J. Chabra, P. Kohlhaas, D. Wetherby. JUNIOR COUNCIL ON WORLD AFFAIRS Row 1: B. Fitzgerald, M. Cray, D. Ainsworth, V. Welch, M. Nostrand. Row 2: Mr. Clay, advisor, J. Stone, L. Switzer, R. Piper, N. Kaye, M. Wright, A. Cray, G. Thoreaux, Mr. DeCoste, advisor. Row 3: D. Feury, D. Phelps, J. O ' Dette, L. Welch, M. Tole, L. Prendergast, D. Edkins. Row 4: D. Thompson, T. Kilbum, J. Corliss, J. Nostrand, T. Durrell, ]. Gibson, G. Goodell. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Row 1: D. Snide, R. Bailey, S. Tole, G. Snelling, L. Macri, L. Chandler, D. Ament, R. Lucius, B. Keefe. Row 2: M. Snide, R. Sanctuars-, M. Harty, J. Rhoades, P. Kohlhaas, C. Graves, Mrs. Kerylow, advisor, M. Cyr, T. Tole, C. Philbrook. Row 3: J. Lessels, J. Holmes, M. Janiszyn. M. Gallagher, M. Mcpherson, D. Whipple, Mr. Sylva, advisor, J. Bascom, J. Wetherby, D. Prendergast, B. Jennison, R. Sanctuary. SKI CLUB • r r ' ! r ! • » I ! ' ' • Row 1 - R. Minard, H. Mortenson, L. Shabbott, C. Fish, V. Cantani, C. Mason, J. Plumley, B. Hanson, ]. Kennedy, L. Frechette, R. Bailey, M. McCormack, S. Austin, M. Cray, M. Lovell, T. Colson. Row 2 - C. Campbell, J. Fisk, S. Aldrich, M. Fredette, J. Adams, M. Jellie, K. Neilson, B. Barth, B. Fitzgerald, M. Wilson, N. Graves, K. Ramsey, J. O ' Dette, T. Brown, A. Cray, K. Hayes, L. Prendergast, K. Clark. Row 3 - J. Hubbard, G. Bertin, K. Ward, B. White, S. Schroeder, D. Ward, P. Nelson, N. Stark, L. Macri, C. Richardson, A. Deardon, S, MacLeod, S. Gates, J. Tufts, S. Edgar. Row 4 - J. Dickey, M. White, P. Blake, M. Elsesser, J. Corliss, L. Welch, D. Swift, M. McCloskey, M. Edgar, D. Edkins, R. Brennan, C. Wood, M. Tole, W. Kolodziej, S. Shumski, R. Hearne, P. Elsesser, D. Potter, R. Batchelor, S. Snelling. .«MUkiiMHHMttM[«P DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS R. Piper, D. Ainsworth, F. Blodgett, V. Welch, Mr. Eno, advisor, P. Kohlhaas, M. Nostrand, J. Bresiar FUTURE NURSES Row 1: P. Farley, R. Bailey, D. Wood, C. La ' enture. Row 2: J. Stone, L. Haskins, M. Wright, L. Bennett, S. Merrill, L. Chaffee, D. Thompson, H. Waryas. Row 3: P. Lear. I. Chabra, M. Soboleski, M. Havlir, B. Chickering, T. Wood, S. O ' Brien, M. Waryas, Miss Mclver, advisor. 91 BAND w w w V I, Row 1: G. MacCormick, D. Ring, N. Makinen, K. Gage, J. Stoodley, J. Plumbley, G. Moore, T. Ferland, J. Wilson, 5. Austin. Row 2: R. Minard, N. Bascom, 5. Richardson, M. Adams, T. Brown, ]. Colsor, J. Fisk, G. Gowen, S. Gates, J. Tufts, S. Edgar. Row 3: L. Gray, E. Bascom, S. Snelling, L. LaClair, C. Asbell, C. Asbell, P. Elsesser, J. Bascom, M. Harty, V. Gage, A. Wilson, R. Sanctuary. Row 4: J. Bascom, F. Gorecki, B. Jennison, J. Holmes, J. Dickey, M. Tole, H. Kevala, M. Royce, H. Kohlhaas. o F F I C E R S » •• President, J. Fisk; Vice-President, M. Harty; Treasurer, V. Gage; Secretary, E. Bascom; Public Relations, R. Minard, J. Bascom; Librarians, S. Gates, S. Edgar. 92 MAJORETTES Kneeling S. Marvin, D. Snide. Standing M. Havlir, K. Parkhurst, G. Wilson, C. Havlir, L. Chandler. Drum Majorette: P kohlha CHOIR Row 1: J, Stoodley, A. LaCroix, B. Wade, G. Moore, A. Bashaw, D. Bennett, E. Bascom, J. Kennedy, R. Bailey, C. Campbell, L. Frechette. Row 2: T. Ferland, D. Bascom, N. Durell, S. Merrill, B. Jenkins, R. Hayes, T. Parker, J, Jankins, P. Lear, J. Burton, J. Fisk. Row 3: H. Mortenson, G. MacCormick, A. Adams, G. Buchane, J. Hubbard, E. Noyes, R. Moore, S. Paulhus, L. Welch, D. Grout, D. LaVanture. Row 4: K. Bascom, M. Wilson, A. Cray, T. Brown, L. Chandler, C. Graves, ]. Wetherby, M. Tole, W. Cilley, T. Tole, L. LaClair, J. Bascom, M. Edgar, H. Kohlhaas. THE SECOND SHEPHERDS ' PLAY Medieval Mystery Play The Public Speaking class this year produced The Second Shep- herd ' s Play for the Christmas season. The group kept to the simplicity of the original performance by keeping the scenery at a minimum. Important roles were played by Linda O ' Brien and Robert Sullivan, a stand-in for Brian Put- nam, as Gil and Mais, an unscrupulous husband and wife team. Melvin McPerson, Julie Tufts, Patricia Farley, Joyce Campbell, and Holly Swift played the simple, honest English shepherds. Mary Kohler was a calm and meditative Mary, while Roxanne Bailey, Eileen Bascom, and Viki Welch played the angels who brought the glad tidings of Christmas to the sleeping shepherds. ml - ■ . CAREER DAY AND COLLEGE NIGHT " Career and College " Program was a success October 28th 1969. Thirty-five career representatives and thirty-five college representatives delivered talks and answered student and or parent questions relative to vocational or educational matters. The guidance counselors sponsored this program to offer students and parents an opportunity to become acquainted with various colleges and careers offered throughout the country. sports VARSITY BASEBALL 1968-1969 i uJ h i Row 1 M. Aumand, T. Griffin, J. Neal, S. Chaloux, P. Asbell, S. Willis. Row 2 M. Harty, D. Broder, B. Hingston, P. Shaw, M Janiszyn, D. Murray, Row 3 Ralph Silva, Coach; M. Snide, M. McPherson, M. Edgar, M. Brooks, C. Philbrook, manager. Team Record Fall Mt. 1 Windsor 6 Fall Mt. 9 Bellows Falls 1 Fall Mt. 6 Monadnock 2 Fall Mt. 8 Mascoma Fall Mt. 7 Bishop Guertin 5 Fall Mt. 6 Bishop Guertin 3 Fall Mt. 4 Peterboro 13 Fall Mt. 7 Newport 10 Fall Mt. 11 Mascoma 4 Fall Mt. 3 Newport 2 Fall Mt. 3 Bellows Falls 2 Fall Mt. 8 Monadnock 6 Fall Mt. 8 Peterboro 3 Fail Mt. 4 Windsor Fall Mt. 3 Springfield Fall Mt. 1 Springfield 4 CLASS I TOURNAMENT Fall Mt. 7 Newport 3 Fall Mt. 9 Franklin 4 " STATE CHAMPS " Fall Mt. 6 Goffstown F : FIELD HOCKEY fu+V, . ' i - Row 1 — L. Kinney, A. Stanley, C. Mason, C. LaVenture, C Fowle, B. Jenkins. Row 2 - B. Keefe, J. Fisk, J. Adams, M. Jellie, M. Cray, M. Lovell, L. Chandler, S. Johnson. Row 3 - L. Herzig, S. Schroeder, R. Whipple, M. Town, L. Aumand, M. Tole, C. Asbell, C. Asbell, L. Prendergast, J. Wright, A. Cray. ICE HOCKEY Row 1 - G. Wilson, J. Brooks, M. Crews, D. Bruno, C. Philbrook, M. Cyr, P. Lund. Row 2 - P. Bailey, D. Blake, B. Jennison, D. Swift, C. Wood, L. Chaloux, T. Swift, J. Dickey, R. Sanctuary, C. Frohock. VARSITY FOOTBALL and the race is ( " I wouldn ' t do that! " Wm Behind all good men are good What a toss up! " the sky is falling! " FRESHMEN FOOTBALL Row 1 — T. Patrick, M. Kmiec — Manager, F. Anderson, T. Welch, D. Grout, A. Ada Hayes, A. Town, R. West. Row 2 E. Patlor, T. Callson, H. O ' Brian, M. Allen. Lovell, P. Rice, D. Blake. Row 3 - C. Perry, J. Jordon, G. Lund. Row 4 - ]. Koiodziei, H. ► - y« Row 1 - P. Bailey, M. McPherson, J. Dickey, J. Kinney, R. Westcott, G. Jones. Row 2 - M. Edgar, T. Graves, S, Wilson, D. Bruno, P. Shand, Row 3 - H. Kohlhaas, R. Sanctuary, M. Wilson, R. Sanctuary, J. Holmes, M. Snide. Row 4 - Mr. Kerylow, B. Putnam, F. Esslinger, S. Shand, R. Batchelder, G. Wilson. nd in the left comer the opponents 1969 GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM Row 1: Mrs. Kerylow, coach; J. Stevens, B. Keefe, J. Fisk, S. Child, S. Child, R. Rhoades, R. Bailey, L. Chandler. Row 2: D. Prendergast, S. Holt, managers; C. Graves, D. Ament, J. Rhoades, M. Towne, R. Flanders, R. Lucius. Fall Mountain 29 Ludlow 11 Fall Mountain 6 Windsor Fall Mountain 12 Peterborough F all Mountain 33 Thayer Fall Mountain 16 Bellows Falls Fall Mountain 14 Hinsdale Fall Mountain 20 Monadnock Fall Mountain 32 Hinsdale 10 Fall Mountain 20 Keene Fall Mountain 13 Bellows Falls Fall Mountain 32 Thayer Fall Mountain 11 Windsor Fall Mountain 18 Keene 17 Fall Mountain 27 Monadnock Season Record 14-0 Mrs. Kerylow, Coach; S. Child, S. Child, Capts. BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1 M. Snide, P. Jellie, M. Harty, P. Aumand, Row 2 T. Graves, M. Edgar, D. Beer, J. Kinney, E. Aumand, M. McPherson, J. Lessels Seniors Varsity Cheerleaders Row 1 J. Kennedy, D. Snide, R. Bailey, L. Macri Row 2 J. Fisk, S. Tole, T. Tole, P. Kohlhaas 5 Edgar, S. Gates JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1 J. Nichols, S. Wilson, G. Polly, L. Gray Row 2 Coach McAllister, J. Holmes, J. Nostrand, R. Aumand, B. Biron, D. Kinson, M. Hayes, P. Ames, D. Jewel, manager. Coach Mr. Paul Aumand, Abs. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS -3 , Kv Row 1: T. Thompson, D. Ramsey, K. Maye, H. Mortenson Row 2 M. Baxter, S. Clark Row ■ 3 T. Wood, D. Swaine, C. Brooks FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Row 1 - J. Jordan, M. Hartnett, S. Corcoran, B. Blake, C. Mack, 1 ' . Shand. Row 2 - D. Grout, mang. M. Davis, B. Kibbee, A. Speckman, A. Town, T. Hayes, G. Welch, H. O ' Brien, M. Kelly, R. Esslinger, Paul Sackevitch - coach. y- yfAo GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1: M. Town, R. Flanders, L. Aumand, M. Nostrand, 5. Aumand, D. Prendergast, J. Rhoades, D. Ward. Row 2: A. Lacroix, M. Rhoades, B. Keefe, D. Ament, C. Graves, C. Schroeder, J. Fisk, M. Lovell, R. Lucius, Mrs. Kerylow, coach. Seniors THE GRAND SLAM!! What ' s going on over there? ' Watch Who You ' re Kicking. ' On your mark, get set .2i FALL MOUNTAIN REGIONAL S Hey, you, PAY attention! Whew, it ' s finally . ( , ,o ( y)0 ro " , vy S f A advertising CO Ih ' S JEWELERS Jewelry J. J. FENTON ' S Men ' s and Boy ' s Clothing Always Reliable Since 1888 Bellows Falls, Vermont WALPOLE SERVICE STATION Main Street Walpole HoUis Rhoades, Prop. Tel. 756-3903 and Gifts YOUNG ' S DINER RESTAURANT Charlestown, N.H. We specialize in steaks, chops, seafoods. Quality Foods at Minimum Prices Bellows Falls Vermont WALPOLE VILLAGE STORE Variety Store and News Dealer " The Store that is almost always open. " Tel. 756-9808 WALPOLE A. G. MARKET A. K. MacDonald Walpole, New Hampshire 756-3361 BEMIS BUILDING SUPPLY INC. KANE ' S PHARMACY Bellows Falls Vermont Kitchen Specialist Lumber - Paint - Hardware Charlestown, New Hampshire 826-3251 NORMAND R. BEAUDRY General Contractor Charlestown 826-7787 New Hampshire 826-4491 HUBBARD FARMS INC. Walpole, New Hampshire Hubbard Farms Chicks Profit-Bred . . . Since 1914 SAVINGS BANK OF WALPOLE Traditional as Yesterday Modern as Tommorrow A Mutual Savings Bank Owned by the Depositors Educational Thrift Service for School Savings Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Walpole New Hampshire M. D. WILLIAMS, Jr., Inc. Tel. 756-3771 I.G.A. Grocer Specialities - Groceries Vermont Cheese, Maple Syrup Walpole, New Hampshire WOODWARD FLORIST Tel, 756-3781 Walpole, New Hampshire CHARLESTOWN SPINNING COMPANY Charlestown Mill Store Sweater Shop Charlestown, New Hampshire D. W. HARRIS INSURANCE AGENCY REARDON ' S SERVICE STATION " Greasing and Repairs " Half-Hour Battery Service Walpole, N.H. KEEFE ' S Poultry Farm THE ELMS HOTEL Home cooked meals Tel. 826-3901 Charlestown, New Hampshire Cil and Charlie Locke Walpole, New Hampshire WILLIAM A. ALLEN Painting Contractor Interior Exterior Better Quality Aluminum Windows . Doors McAllister florist inc. Cummings Avenue Charlestown, New Hampshire Phone 826-3644 Area Code 603 Best wishes in the future HICKS MACHINE INC. Walpole, New Hampshire CENTRAL PLATING, INC. Walpole, New Hampshire ORIN ' S SHELL SERVICE STATION Orin Bascom Prop. " - tL Charlestown, New Hampshire 826-9770 LATHAM BUILDERS, INC. General Building Contractors Walpole, New Hampshire 03608 FENTON AND HENNESSY INC. Sales Service PINNACLEVIEW Equipment, Co. BRIDGE FUEL GRAIN CO., INC. Fuel - L.P. Gas - Heating Walpole, N.H. 756-3338 Farm, Industrial Lawn Garden Equipment Phone 756-3379 Walpole, New Hampshire 03608 MARSON ' S of Claremont Shoes - Clothing Sporting Goods BARBER ' S STORE Charlestown Inn Groceries - Fresh Meat - Ice Cream - Candy Main Street 2nd class liscense Charlestown, N.H. Congratulations to the Qass of 1970 MERIT CLOTHING CO. Claremont, N.H. Compliments of RICK ' S ELECTRIC Charlestown, New Hampshire Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of ' 70 from HENRY ' S PHARMACY R. N. JOHNSON Walpole, New Hampshire David T. Henry B.S. Reg. Ph. Charlestown, New Hampshire BIRON ' S STYLING SALON Westminster Street Open Mon. thru Fri. 8 AM - 9 PM Sat. 8 AM - 6 PM, Sun. HoHdays Walpole, New Hampshire 8 AM - Tel. 756-4021 12:30 PM Tel. 826-7731 EVERETT F. HOUGHTON Electrical Contracting Plumbing Walpole, N.H. Tel. 756-3372 JAMESON ' S SUPERMARKET Choice Meats — Refrigerated Produce Frozen Foods — Masury Paints Main Street Charlestown, New Hampshire Dial 826-3312 Compliments MPB CORPORATION Keene, New Hampshire ADAMS ADAMS AGENCY General Insurance Charlestown, New Hampshire Best Wishes ALSTEAD VILLAGE STORE Alstead, New Hampshire AMERICAN OPTICAL CORP. %UlA ililDftl Lla -iAi ' t tl When Thinking of " Real Estate " in the Fall Mt. Area Think of Keene, New Hampshire " PALMER LiriLE INC. " Charlestown, N.H. 826-3938 Compliments of JUNIE BLAISDELL SPORT SHOP 25 Roxbury Street Keene, N.H. lirf MEDICAL HALL PHARMACY Prescription Center Wheel Chair Rentals Invalid Equipment Diabetic Supplies Main Street Keene, N.H. Tel. 3523021 POWERS SHOE CO. INC. 43 Pleasant St. Claremont, N.H. 03743 Quality footwear for all the family. CHASE ' S SCM Typewriters Adding Machines Mimeographs Office Furniture 22 West Street Everything For the Office 1 DAVID HELLER COMPANY See us for all your Banking requirements. BELLOWS FALLS TRUST COMPANY Bellows Falls, Putney, and Londonderry, Vermont Members LD.D.C. The Stores for Men Claremont — Concord CONNECTICUT RIVER NATIONAL BANK Congratulations to the Class of 1970 and Best Wishes for Fulfillment in the Years Ahead. " The bank that wants to serve you. " Charlestown, New Hampshire WALPOLE PHARMACY Prescriptions, Cosmetics, Health medications Phone: 756-3381 Walpole, N.H. G. H. TILDEN INC. Books — Typewriters — Cameras Stationary - Office Equipment 55 Main Street Keene, N.H. Compliments of R. C. PRENTISS GENERAL STORE the heart of beautiful downto Drewsville CAPRON ' S PAINT AND WALLPAPER SHOP Painters and Paperhangers Supplies 8 Westminster Street Bellows Falls, Vermont PUTNAM BROTHERS Quality Maple Products 826-5515 So. Charlestown, N.H. 826-3296 ANDY ' S AUTO STORE Honda Motorcycles World ' s Biggest Seller 99 Main Street Keene, New Hampshire THE COPPER LIGHT Antiques PAUL F. MARX - BROKER " Buyer and Seller meet " " By the Bridge " Alstead, N.H. Tel. 835-6551 835-6602 FALLS MUSIC STUDIO INC. Organs - LOWREY - Pianos Guitars — GIBSON — Amplifiers Music Accessories 103 - 105 Rockingham Street Bellows Falls, Vermont 05101 Area Code 802-463-4239 MARGARET D. FUNKE VALLIERE REXALL DRUGS 09 Plesant Street Claremont, N.H. Tel. 542-4421 or 542-7722 LIPPERT INSURANCE AGENCY South Main Street Charlestown, New Hampshire Tel. 826-4431 TV - STEREO - RADIO PIANOS - GUITARS - ORGANS TAPE RECORDERS MELODY SHOP What we sell we service. All Types of Rentals 102 Main Street Keene, N.H. Phone 352-9200 MAGNA VOX AUTHORIZED DEALER CUSTOM COMPONENT SYSTEMS MARION ' S BEAUTY SHOP 39 Pleasant St, Claremont, N.H. Phone - 543-3723 Best of Luck " 70 " MARION ' S DRESS SHOP Claremont, N.H. Not near Marion ' s Beauty Shoppe BUSH MUSIC CENTER " Music Is Our Business " Band Instruments — Organs Everything in Music 30 Main St. Claremont, N.H. New Homes Remodeling BARLOW VANVELSOR BUILDERS Charlestown, New Hampshire Dial 826-3668 A AJ HUTCHEON INC. Paints - Wallpaper — Artist Supplies 92 Pleasant St. Claremont, N.H. " Your One Stop Decorating Store " m PENDLETON SPORTSWEAR for Men and Ladies Claud Dexter Bellows Falls and Londonderry Vermont SIMON ' S The Store of Fine Diamonds 82 Main Street Keene, New Hampshire Peterbourgh, New Hampshire Brattleboro, Vermont NELSON ' S GARAGE General Automotive Repair 24-Hour Road Service Tires — Batteries — Accessories PRESTON BETTY COX, BROKERS -4664 4 27 Rockingham Street Bellows Falls, Vermont COUNTRY REAL ESTATE FRANK W. WHITCOMB Construction Corporation and Affiliated Com pames U CHESHIRE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Keene, New Hampshire Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 from IDLENOT DAIRY N. Springfield, Vt. GRAY ' S DAIRY Charlestown, N.H. BARTLETT ' S DAIRY Bellows Falls, Vt. Quality Without Question Since 1918 Congratulations to the Class of ' 70 H. E. STREETER Heating Plumbing Oil Burner Service Arnold Court Charlestown, N.H. Tel. 826-7740 4AAAA MOTEL L. J. BABBIT Plumbing, Heating, Electrical Contractor Taylor Hill Charlestown, New Hampshire GRAYDAWN FARM Registered Holstein Cattle Harvey and Edith Bascom Alstead New Hampshire RFD 2 Claremont, N.H. In Charlestown, N.H. Compliments of DEAN HILL MOTORS, INC. SAAB and FIAT Sales and Service Charlestown Road, Claremont Congratulations FURMON DEPARTMENT STORE AND PLAZA SHOP Springfield, Vt. FOOTWEAR CENTER 25 West St Keene, New Hampshire Kermit E. Baker, Proprietor YOUNG ' S COMMITY TV CORP. Serving: Alstead Springfield Charlestown Walpole Chester Woodstock Reading Windsor m CHESHIRE NATIONAliBawib KEENE • WINCHESTER • HINSDALE Member F.D.I.C. Today is the day to save for tomorrow. QUALITY SHOPPE Casual Wear - Sportswear 84 Main Street Keene, N.H. ROBERTSON MOTOR CO. INC. Keene, New Hampshire a Keene Place to save Keene Savings Bank 50 CENTRAL SQUARE ■ KEENE, N. H. • TEL. 352 0647 Member FD C TWIN STATE SERVICES Rug Cleaning lanitor Service Charlestown, New Hampshire 826-3370 KNOWLTON STONE INC. Area Code Phone 352-2300 PAINTS • BUILDING MATERIAL • HARDWARE • INDUSTRIAL SUPPUES Punter St Keene, N.H. 03431 APOTHECARY " Service to Physician and Patient " Tel. 357-0200 Best Wishes to the Class of NTO MARGARET H. SPAULDING Realtor Charlestown, N.H, East Street !!M?3 WHIPPLE ' S General Repairs — Snow Plowing Dist. of Rural Gas - Call 835-6782 Texaco Station 835-2232 Alstead, N.H. " JUST WHISTLE FOR WHIPPLE ' Compliments of RICHARD HUNT PERRY INSURANCE AGENCY Charlestown, N.H. 03603 826-3241 Compliments of I.G.A. ® CONNECTICUT RIVER MOBILE HOME SALES COURT Dealers in New and Used Mobile Homes Route 12 South Charlestown, New Hampshire Tel. 445-5373 Keene New Hampshire KEENE CO-OPERATIVE BANK e Compliments of THE FOUNDATION FOR BIBLICAL RESEARCH AND PRESERVATION OF PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANITY BUSINESS SPONSORS CHARLES HAVLIR Curtiss Breading Service CHARLES WELCH Drewsville, New Hampshire CORNER BOOK SHOP Claremont, New Hampshire CRAIG ' S POODLE PATCH Drewsville, New Hampshire ELM ' S HOTEL Charlestown, New Hampshire BOB ESSLINGER Alstead, New Hampshire GOODNOW ' S Keene, New Hampshire J. J. NEWBERRY CO. Bellows Falls, Vermont JOHNS HOUSE OF BEAUTY Bellows Falls, Vermont LANTZ JEWELERS Keene, New Hampshire MAPLE LANES Claremont, New Hampshire MICHEL ' S STUDIO SHOP, INC. Keene, New Hampshire MONTGOMERY WARD Claremont, New Hampshire O ' BRIEN MOUNTAIN VIEW FARM, INC. Walpole, New Hampshire PINARD ' S SEWING MACHINE CO. Drewsville, New Hampshire PLAZA BOWL Springfield, Vermont RHODES POULTRY FARM Walpole, Vermont SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Keene, New Hampshire TUMMER ' S SKI MOUNTAIN CENTER Keene, New Hampshire THE VOGUE Keene, New Hampshire |(t ifc ' 5.iin; mill PATRONS MR. MRS. CHARLES BAILEY MR. MRS. FRANCIS BAILEY THE GEORGE BROWN FAMILY MR. MRS. EARL CAMPBELL MR. MRS. DAVID V. DICKEY MR. JOHN F. KENNEDY MRS. JOHN F. KENNEDY WILLARD PRENTISS THE DECORATOR SHOP THE ROCKING HORSE THE SQUARE YARD SHOP WELL DONE AND GOOD LUCK! STEVENS STUDIOS A Complete Photographic Service -v . iC P T_ s. c - t : s- t. oocmM ' i-xAOoi -t V C ' ' -V ' - ' ' ' e -- V M ' - VSi C V, V ,, . Vov Q CV- » .S INTERNATIOh l.THE MINIMAX LOOK - Designer Georges Kaplan revealed this solution to the mini - maxi debate in women ' s coats. Models wear minimax coats which combine features of 2. MAY FACE COURT MARTIAL - Lt. William L Calley Jr, (right) walks with his military defense counsel, Maj. Ken- neth A. Raby at Ft. Benning, Georgia. Calley has been charged with the murder of civilians during an attack on My Lai, a village in Vietnam. 3.T0 BEGIN SERVICE - A Boemg 747 superjet dwarfs Boeing ' s intercontinental 707 — once the largest jetliner in the air. The new lumbojet will be put into service in 1970. 4.BIAFRAN REFUGEES - Biafran refugees are shown carry- ing children and belongings as they flee from advancing Nigerian troops. 5. MOON WALK - In July, 1969, man took his greatest leap into space and walked on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 mission. This was followed in November by Apollo 12 and another manned lunar landing. L EVENTS RISH FRONTIER ' SCENE - In Belfast, Northern Ireland, Hiish iioops were required to keep the peace as Catholic nd Pruiestant factions clashed in riots which brolc out in .iJgU ' .-l I THANT PAYS RESPECTS - Ll Thant, Secretary-General of he United Nations, stands before the casket of Dwight D. isenhower, lying in state under the capitol dome in asliington ARIS PLACE TALKS - South Vietnamese delegates sit ongMile US, delegates in the conference room used for le pi ,11 ( ' talks, Henry Cabot Lodge (center) replaced Aver- ! Harnnian as U.S. delegation leader. FRATEGiC ARMS LIMITATION TALKS BEGIN - Russian ' elegalion (nearest camera) headed by Vladimar Semjonov. iices their U S. counterparts headed by Gerard C. Smith at inference table in Helsinki during then first meeting IRDERS FURTHER TROOP WITHDRAWAL - President Nu- n sits at his White House desk, after appearing on a na- ' Onwide broadcast announcing withdrawal of 50,000 more oops from South Vietnam by April of 1970, E GAULLE RESIGNS - In April General Charles de Gaulle signed as President following the negative result of the lereiidum. He and Mrs. Yvonne de Gaulle are shown after tending morning mass at the church of Harncourt. ”
Suggestions in the Fall Mountain Regional High School - Lamplighter Yearbook (Langdon, NH) collection:
1970, pg 68
1970, pg 33
1970, pg 137
1970, pg 85
1970, pg 48
1970, pg 50
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