Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME)

 - Class of 1972

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' ff - ' H , -1' , n I " ' Q .," ' ,, ,y 5 wfiw 415 '4,,'W-, f 1 ' ' A ., - . ., W , 6 - - , ,,.., ff I K L' mv ,, ,, , ,,, MM t f fkw , ,. ,.,,, ,. , , . W I 'v ,y A ' 7 4, ff ents 6 Page 'Q' zip "fx' 1' , A TIONQAfIl?F'5'1f91T'.'YGU-LT'f"fiT6f"fa6'd'j' 1 56 60 Q' ' 68 84 106 114 'iz "b'f1A6 , X' .- " 'r uf ff' X' i Z - . 5 756 b . . . 5,751 H0 e will become that after of th1s hfe its best our hlgh tried to make This need be ac- 4 ES DTE FSF! ,. Merril' "Always a smile . . ." Dedication Wanted: Teacher, high-school level, must have degree in psychology, high degree of humor, artistic ability in creation of "poop sheetsf, dedication to every "animal" and "wom- bat" - not to mention landlubber students - under his di- rection. Must strictly adhere to rule of constantly smiling, working, and helping those around him. Required: Ability in coaching and human relations suffi- cient to propel small high-school swim team to number two spot statewide. Should be willing to devote hours of free time to school concerns, both individual and collective. Should be genuine and sincere in all ways at all times to all people. Found: Harvey Wheeler If such an advertisement ever appeared, the students and teachers of Falmouth High know only one man could fill the vacancy. For this reason, the Class of 1972 takes pride in ded- icating the forty-second edition of The Crest to Mr. Harvey Wheeler. "Be nice FACULTY AND ADMINIS TRA TION HAROLD L. MASON, Superintendent Superintendenfs Message To the Class of 1972: The occasion of being graduated from high school in 1972 presents a unique experience for seniors. Never before have there been so many problems of a worldwide significance confronting a graduating class. The pressures of modern technology, power politics, the thrust of nations toward self-assertion, and social changes are a few of the newer problems of today. All of you must awaken to these problems, have the faith and the courage to combat them, and present Superintendent of Schools answers which will benefit all mankind. I wish each of you pleasant journeys School Board .f" .. ,,, . , ..f"'F'-W F Q1 Sealed, left zo right: Mr. John Marr, Mrs. Jean Mayhew, Mr. Joseph Youngs, Jr. Standing: Mrs. Patricia Ranger, Mr. Richard Lindahl. To the Class of 1972: At graduation time you may feel that your education has been too general: that it might better have been more specific and directly pointed toward your life work. But we do not yet know what that life work is to be. Some of you will experiment with several things before you settle down to your permanent vocation. Others will continue with additional years of study in post secondary institutions. H It is our hope that the curriculum that you have followed at Falmouth High School will help you to approach your career with poise and confidence, secure in the knowledge that you can train yourself in the skills you will need, whether on the job or at institutions of higher learning. The members of the Falmouth School Board join me in extending sincere congratulations to you on the occasion of your graduation. We wish you success and happiness in whatever work you choose to follow. Wewfaa Chairman SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE STAFF Left Lo right: Mrs. Malvina Boyd, Mrs. Diane Viveiros, Mrs. Elizabeth Rosenhlad. MRS. MIRIAM MAYO ROBERT C. CLUNIE S6CrGiary Administrative Assistant Principal 'S Message "Men may rise on stepping-stones of their dead selves to higher things." Alfred Lord Tennyson, in the grief over the death of his friend, despairingly toys with the word "death'7 referring to the saying that man may change, assuming new and better characters and personalities. You, members of the senior class, are very much alive, already endowed with adequate traits of character and personality. Yet, a resurrection of spirit, enthusiasm, and desire for a meaningful life should now be taking place, an "awakening" if you will. ln your quest for the good life in the years ahead you have my best wishes. GARDNER C. POPE Principal 1 'Z B U Conference MADELYN E. BUCK English Universities: Maine, Columbia Advisor: National Honor Society Assistant Adviser: Sophomore Class "What period is this?" RANDOLPH E. QUINT English College: Bates Universities: Columbia, Maker- ere, Maine A English Department Head Assistant Adviser: Senior Class, Ille Crest "Have l given you this speech yet?" PHILIP C. ROSE English College: Bowdoin Universities: Maine, Maryland Coach: Baseball, Junior Varsi- ty Basketball "I'm not a blood and guts type of man." fl 4 f English III - 3 l RACHEL BRAGG English, Speech University: Maine Adviser: Junior Class 1 , ' 1 Assistant Adviser. National Honor Society, Future Teach- ers of America "All right, boys, settle down! n .gli-ffii fwfffff - l ll-li 19: Q N ,a iflilll H is .T . it M Library If fi We Library DOROTHY N. WAGNER Librarian Colleges: Colby, Connecticut Universities: Clark, Maine, Washington, Exeter-England "You've got to have a little self-diciplinef' V3 MARGARET KUPELIAN Assistant Librarian College. Ricker "This is your last chance." it DOROTHY E.McCANN French College: L'Ecole Francaise de Middlebury Universities: Maine, Tufts, Boston, Lausanne Switzerland French Department Head Adviser: French Club "Formidable!" HELENE C. MATHURIN French College: Boston Universities: Maine, New York, L'Universite de Paris fsorbonnel Co-adviser: French Club Assistant Adviser: Senior Class "Bonjour, jeunes gens." CLADYS A. HAGER Latin College: St. ,Ioseph's Universities: Massachusetts, Tufts, Maine Adviser: Sophomore Class, Latin Club "Let's sing 'Gaudiamus Igitur'.', i RICHARD J. HALPIN Problems of Democracy, Political , College: Holy Cross Universities: Syracuse, Yale, Maine History and Government II - 2 JEAN C. ARLANDER U. S. History, History and Government, Business Law Universities: Tufts, Maine, Boston University Law School Adviser: Student Council Assistant Adviser: Senior Class "What's the matter w THOMAS A. HILL U. S. History and Gov phy, Economics College: Colby University: Pittsburgh ith women's lib'?', ernment, World Ceograa "l'm an only child. Can't you tell? ,gil .fm ff- , ,if r L . ' , , Alla 1 Q - I' "4 nomic Systems, Behavioral Science, U and Eco- History 'Hill" ' it HM 43 History and Government II - 3 Coach: Soccer Assistant Adviser: Sen ior Class "Hang it up, boys!" , .yy 3 ff g.Qggi, WF 1 HERBERT A. HOPPE Accelerated Algebra II, Alge- bra II, Technical Geometry, Elementary Algebra, Liberal Arts Mathematics University: Maine Mathematics Department Head Coach: Math Team, Tennis "Now, if I were you . . I Algebra II shire CALVIN WOLCOTI' Colleges: M.I.T, Bowdoin University: Colgate "Today we'll be going on mathematical trip." Calculus ROBERT L. MCCULLY Calculus, Geometry, Technical Algebra Shop Math College: Oberlin Universities: St, Bonaventure, Maine Rulers New Hamp Assistant Adviser: Sophomore Class Assistant Coach: Track "I thought this would be an interesting problem a if 5 Typing I ROBERTA F. ROGERS Typing, Stenography, Office Practice, Business Machines Colleges: Westbrook Junior, Northeastern Business Universities: Virginia, Ver- mont, Maine Adviser: Senior Class, The Crest, Future Teachers of America "Now, l'm a reasonable woman, to a degree." PHYLLIS P. BEMISS Junior Business Training, General Business, Book- keeping, Clerical Record Keeping, Personal Typing Colleges: Montclair State, Colby, Husson Universities: Maine, Maryland "You have a problem, sister?" li M-"' D gglg K F Food Management 'mn mm, JILL A. FOX Home Economics, Creative Clothing, Senior Special, Food Management University: Maine Dean of Girls Dont forget to clean ,he sink." ff" RICHARD G. MARDEN Physics, Physical Science College: Worcester Polytechnic Institute Universities: Boston, Maine Science Department Head "When in doubt, take mo- ments." Blology II Chemistry I DAVID L. ABBIATI Chemistry College: Bowdoin Universities: Michigan, Maine "Unfortunately, I'm not Italian." -1 , 69 as to 'Y' j RICHARD W. LAWLER Biology College: Bowdoin University: Maine Coach: Cross Country Assistant Adviser: Junior Class "Y0u're going to have to find that on the fetal pig." 1 'ff O IJ HARVEY B. WHEELER Biology, Earth Science College: Bowdoin University: Maine Coach: Swimming, Track Assistant Adviser: Senior ,point f "We're out of here." Class Bl0I0gy OO H1253 Driver Education ALFRED H. STADDEN U. S. History, Modern World History, Driver Education College: Washington Universities: Kentucky, Colora- do, Maine Athletic Director Adviser: Ski Club, Leo Club, Varsity Club "Women drivers' I I JEROME w. BLACK Industrial Arts, Drafting Universities: Maryland, Maine Audio Visual Director 1 V "Another broken record player?" lil l CT ! -i atx Q Qi I L hu , i E F, fy VV if l Industrial Arts MALCOLM E. HORR Industrial Arts University: Maine Adviser: Sophomore Class "How much do you want to bet l'll get it fixed?" Physical Education SHIRLEY .l. JONES Girls' Physical Education University: Maine Coach: Field Hockey, Bas- ketball, Swimming, Track and Field "You clodslv WWA- in 17 ml " . ia ,II I li 1' X li i f 1 , ,fx ll! If Xxxmfl L If WILLIAM C. FLETCHER Boys' Physical Education College: Springfield University: Maine Coach: Varsity Basketball "Not today, boys, because my arthritis is acting up." NEAL A. DOW Music Director University: Maine Director: Yachtsmen Stage Band, Chorus it "Cool it!" nb of 1. f 2i'gg.5n .P l 'vi V BR: sv Band Rehearsal Band, LONA HARDY Reading College: Colby University: New Hamp- shire "Come now, your reading isn't that bad." Q P L P ROBERT W. JOHNSON Director of Guidance Colleges: Bowdoin, Colby Universities: Boston, Maine "I'll have to check on this." 4-Cou.EsE MREER-5 w as fm Guidance Uffice MARJORIE CHAPIN " Guidance Secretary Maine School of Commerce "You'll have to wait your turn." 99 QQ 15 05 yy I rl "ilk IRMA E. BAKER Teacher Aide "Oh, Really?" ISABEL A. BEAUMONT School Dietitian "What's the lunch count today?" of , 111- -f 1 f If ff-T4 if I we lg ' I JANE C. SUDDS School Nurse College: Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary School of Nursing University: Pennsylvania "Write down your name, grade, and family doctor." WILLIAM F. TAYLOR School Physician Universities: Yale, Columbia Medical School "Have you had any athlete's foot?" ,fi Len to right: Wilcox. Cooks -w 2. 2 l kj., Kitchen Crew ll Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Crockett, Mrs. Compton. Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Len 50 fight E- Pawle, R- Sladdell, D- RiCkCT, B- MCClUSlCCY, R- TTCN- Custodians Q. X L, ,,.5 . Q, 'f Mydif' -'i Y ' ' X fi? 45 ,' . -54572 ' it , , , - .- ...fn ,, 4, - , rf ,fmgf 5 I e N , KZ, Vrff I K g .5 5 ., . , ,.... , U V, M,,,...,,. ,, I , V, , WL 2 , 7. ig.. K if 5 Q is ii' ' 4 ,Mg is 3 9. Len ln fight- Mrfzrtgorn, QM?-Wi1ksess,rW'M3-wRsgg2g,.Mn.Dwwm Mr. Foster, . west, Mr. iCole. , In I .im . s ,,k.,,... . 4 M s s ouss DTI V91'S Y Lej? to right: Mr. Buhelt, Mr. Adams, Mr. Langway, Mr. West, Mr. Olsen, Mr. Cole, Mr. Leighton, Mr. Meehan, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Foster, Mr, Littlefield, Mr. Heale, Mr. Freeman. iw ,gf My ,fy ' 29 5 21 '-f 4 if "It's quiz time, kiddies!" "You wouldn't kid me, would you?" OID CII I 4 "Don't fag out boys!" "What sort of question is that?" V WL gn "Now if we only use our heads . . ." "Really and lruly , Nz X, X "A bit more sugar, I think." Qff Guard Y.. 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But we should ask ourselves the question, "What have our lives amounted to?" There willfbe Qvarif ous answers to this question. that they have had a good time, without worrying about the pressures have, Others might say that they have free life, but are now lost and do not they will do in the future. Some mightistillsffre-Q spond that they have led a strict life tryingto maintain good standards, but have not been happy. Perhaps others would say that they have been happy, responsible, and prepared for the future. Those students who answer with the last re- sponse are aware of what life really is. They real- ize that to live means many things, notjust tofbe happy for the moment and risk many rypt suffering in the future, but to havefa faslgoalitand it is important for all of enee an awakening sometime life. llbi not, then we sould be doing the samelthingi ever. Where would this lead? Nowhere. After graduation, we can hope that all members of the Class of 1972 will become aware of goals which they want in life and do something constructive which will benefit others, as well as themselves. -:lm ytitt l ANN ELIZABETH ADAMS The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Hoppe What I would change at FHS: Increase the capacity of the lockers. A Word to Underclassmen: "You are living a realityf, Activities: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 4, DAR Rep- resentative 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4, French Club - Secretary 3, 4, Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow Whitei' 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 4, Math Team 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, President 4, National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4, Olympic Sports Day 2, 3, The Skipper Staff 2, Student Council 4, Student Council State Convention 4, Swimming 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 4, Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4. "She is small, she is wise, she's amazing for her size KATHRYN LOUISE ANDERSON "Giggles" Ambition: To be successful in a career Favorite Expression: "Gee Whiz!" Fondest Memory of FHS: Senior year "Speech is great, but silence is greaterf' 4, 122 5 SUSAN OLIVE ATHERTON "Sue" Fondest Memory of FHA: GREEK roots in their entirety Pet Peeve: Secondary education as it now stands. A Word to Underclassmen: "A different kind of poverty now upsets me so . . .M Activities: Class Officer - President 2, 3, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, Maine Teachers Association Award 4, NECO 3, 4, Paris Trip 3, The "Ship,s Companyi' 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, The Skipper Staff 2 - Assistant Editor ' 3, Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4. ' A man who loves the world deserves a place in it. 49:4 ji GLENN ARTHUR BAKER "Bake" Ambition: To become a good Christian. What I wish I had done at FHS: Become an individual sooner What I would change at FHS: The attitude of the student body Activities: Stage Band 4, Swimming 2, Yachtsmen Band 3, 4. Amiable, sincere, religious i CHARLES IRVINC BALDWIN Fondest Memory of FHS: Eating What I wish I had done at FHS: Made more money A Word to Underclassmen: "Argue for what you think is right." Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4-. "Nobody knows the way my song goes. Nobody knows my sorrowf, DEBORAH REYNOLDS BASSETI' "Debbie" Ambition: To be happily married What I wish I had done at FHS: Applied myself more What I would change at FHS: Attendance rules Activities: Cheerleading - ,Iunior Varsity 2 - Head 3, Varsity 4-: The Crest Staff - Business 3: French Club 2: Language Lab Assistant 2: Ski Club 2, 3: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Varsity Club 4: Varsity Club Show 2. Bubbly, devoted, sociable RICHARD EATON BASSETT "Rick" Fondest Memory of FHS: XMAS '71 What I wish I had done at FHS: Tried A Word to Underclassmen: "Become upperclassmerif' Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, Captain 4: Candlelight Service Usher 3: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4-: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4-: Varsity Club Show 4-. Humorist, Mephistophelian, sportsman MICHAEL EVERETT BEAUMONT Fondest Memory of FHS: My senior year The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Quint's and Mrs. Bemiss' classes What I would change at FHS: Many rules Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3: Chess Club 2: Stage Band 2, 3, 4: Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4-. "Co your way and I'll go mine and carry on." DENNIS JORDAN BLAKE Ambition: To own a thousand shares of IBM Favorite Expression: "It's possible, but I doubt it." A Word to Underclassmen: "Bring cold lunches and you might make it." Activities: Baseball 3, 4: Soccer 2. "Let us never negotiate out of fear." RICHARD FRANCIS BURNS, JR. Ambition: To become an accomplished artist KVVL i Fondest Memory of FHS: Minerals What I wish I had done at FHS: Transferred Subtle, quiet, succinct ROBERT DRUMMOND BLACKWELL Ambition: To be selfsufficient and have five million cats The greatest influence on my high school career: Finding out that teachers are human beings and that they make as many mistakes as I do A Word to Underclassmen: "Stay with something you like and get as much as you can out of it." Musical, distant, independent "Denny" MICHELLE ANN BURNETI' Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Hoppe's ability to change tires The greatest influence on my high school career: The Weasel and his great contributions to the Falmouth police force Pet Peeve: Dress-up days Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4-, Editorial 3, 4: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Show White" 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 4-: Math Team 3, 4: National Honor Society 3 - Treasurer 4-g National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: The Skipper Staff 2: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 3: Student Council Treasurer 4: Student Council State Convention 4: Swimming 2, 3 Q Captain 4, Varsity Club 3, 4-. Perceptive, personable, rascal "Dick" ROXANNE MARIE BURNS "Rocky" Ambition: To live a happy and successful life Fondest Memory of FHS: Chemistry and 7th period study with Spark and Chicken The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Wheeler and his caring attitude toward many Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, Editorial 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Graduation Usher 3: Language Lab Assistant 2: Office Secretary 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Varsity Club Show 4. Considerate, jovial, cute JOHN KEVIN CARY Fondest Memory of FHS: Basketball games The greatest influence on my high school career: Fairs in the fall and summer Pet Peeve: Teachers with pets Activities: Basketball Manager 4: Cross Country 3, 4: NECO 3: Track 3: Varsity Club 4. "The world's great men have not commonly been great scholars, nor its great scholars great men." RAYMOND JAMES CARY "Big Ray" Fondest Memory of FHS: All of it The greatest influence on my high school career: Sports, band, and the "out-of-sight teachers" What I would change at FHS: Nothing Activiites: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, 4: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4: Basketball -Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: Cross Country 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: The "Ship's Companyv 4: The Skipper Staff 3: Stage Band 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Yachtsmen Band 3, 4. "The coast was clearf, ROBERT EDWARD CASPARIUS, JR. "Bob" Ambition: To go to college Favorite Expression: "Knowledge is powerf, Pet Peeve: Pettiness Transferred from Windham High School, Windham, Maine, 4. Activities: Maine Teachers Association Award 4. A moral, sensible, and well-bred man CYNTHIA A. CHANDLER "Cindy" Ambition: To become a secretary Fondest Memory of FHS: My senior year A Word to Underclassmen: "Watch out for Mr. Rose's English class." Activities: The Crest Staff 4 Assistant Circulation Manager 3, Circulation Manager 4, Editorial 3, 4: London Trip 4: NECO 4. Determined, cooperative, friendly CANDACE ANN CIANCHETTE "Candy" Ambition: To live and stay happy Fondest Memory of FHS: The people and my sophomore year Pet Peeve: Rumors and bad things that people say Transferred from Warsaw High School, Pittsfield, Maine 2. Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 4: French Club 2: Ski Club 2, 3, 4, The Skipper Staff 3: Varsity Club Show 4. "We are only what we feel." KATHLEEN PATRICIA CIBELLI "Cib', Fondest Memory of FHS: "Wizard of Ozw demonstration '70 The greatest influence on my high school career: General Business with Mrs. Bemiss A Word to Underclassmen: "Your senior year is the greatest!" Activities: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of O22 3: Office Secretary 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2: The Skip- per Staff 2, 3. "With steam coming out of her ears LOUANN MARIE DAVIS "Louie" Favorite Expression: "What's going on this weekendfw Fondest Memory of FHS: Many friendships - remembered now, but forgotten later. A Word to Underclassmen: "Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changingf' Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Manager 3: Chorus 2, 3: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3: Office Secretary 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: The Skipper Staff 2, 3. "Jokes are the cayenne of conversation, and the salt of life." DEBORAH ANN DiPIETRO "Debbie" Fondest Memory of FHS: My friends What I wish I had done at FHS: More Favorite Pastime: Parties Activities: The Crest Staff f Business 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Language Lab Assistant 2, 3: Office Secretary 2, 3: Ski Club 3: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Varsity Club Show 4. "A new day, a new way, and new eyes to see the dawn." KATHLEEN JOYCE DOBSON "Dub" Ambition: To teach, love, and be happy Fondest Memory of FHS: Interrupted lunches to accompany Jo on her fishing expeditions, the smorgasbords, cleaning test tubes The greatest influence on my high school career: My father Activities: Class Day Usher 2: Class Officer - Treasurer 3, Vice-president 4: The Crest Staff Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 4: Future Teachers of America - President 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 4: Math Team 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, State Treasurer 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: NECO 2, 3: Office Secretary 2, 3, 4: The "Ship's Company" 3: Student Librarian 2. Sunny, apprehensive, decided JEAN MITCHELL EDWARDS "Jeannie" Fondest Memory of FHS: Having Mr. Wheeler call me 'iGranny" and Mrs. Arlander call me "Cinderella" What I would change at FHS: The lack of interest in self A Word to Underclassmen: "Reflect what you feel from within, not by using ornaments on the outside." Activiites: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4: NECO 2: Rome Trip 2: Ski Club 2, 4: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Yachtsmen Band 4. Blunt, rebel, free CHARLES DALE EMERSON "Charlie" Ambition: To live a simple life and be happy Fondest Memory of FHS: Snowball fights in chemistry class and various parties Pet Peeve: The influence of public opinion Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2: Varsity 3: Candlelight Service Usher 3: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 2, 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Teach- ers Association Award 4: NECO 2, 3: Rome Trip 2: The Skipper Staff 3: Soccer 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Gusto, cordial, carefree JOY GAIL FIATO "Slim" Ambition: To have a good time Fondest Memory of FHS: My friends and my sophomore year Pet Peeve: Rumors and a certain dog Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 2, 3: One-Act Play - "The Frogs" 3: Ski Club 3, 4: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Varsity Club Show 4. "The sweet tasting good life is easily found." ELAINE DENISE FOSTER "Lane" Ambition: To be able to keep sight of the meaningful things in life and try to help others to do the same The greatest influence on my high school career: Being a part of all the different kinds of people A Word to Underclassmen: "Live every day like it was your last." Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2: Office Secretary 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3. "The time it takes to make things beautiful is oh so long and lonely." BRENDA LEE FRENCH Pet Peeve: Schools that put discipline before education What I would change at FHS: Everything A Word to Underclassmen: Apathy 2 Sanity Activities: High School Quiz Participant 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2. 4: One-Act Play - "The Frogs" 3: Three-Act Play - "Up the Down Staircasel' 2. "Where is the man who has the power and skill to stem the torrent of a woman's will?" TERI MARIE GOOGINS "Google,' Favorite Expression: "You're kidding!" Fondest memory of FHS: Swimming team The greatest influence on my high school career: Miss Rogers Activities: Basketball - .lunior Varsity 3: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3, 4. "My emotions are something I just can't tame." MICHELE DAWN GULICK "Shelly" Ambition: To eat for the rest of my life The greatest influence on my high school career: All of the different types of people in the school What l would change at FHS: The library rules Transferred from Exeter High School, Exeter, New Hampshire 2. Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, 4: Track Manager 4: Varsity Club 4. . Deep, enamored, fun-loving CYNTHIA HALLETT "Halibut" Ambition: To liva a happy life and sail around the world The greatest influence on my high school career: Mrs. Bemiss and Mr. Hoppe What l would change at FHS: The girls, locker room Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow Whitei' 4: London Trip 4: NECO 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Track 3: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Var- sity Club Show 2, 4. "Perhaps I'll see you the next quiet place I furl my sails." Ambition: To find a rich widow Pet Peeve: Red-headed girls A Word to Underclassmen: "You get what you take." Transferred from Middlesex High School, Concord, Massachusetts 4. Activities: Tennis 4. "Once you get caught in the sewer, you'll stay in the sewerf' PAMELA JUNE HALLIGAN "Pam" Ambition: To be successful in life Fondest Memory of FHS: Sports and the "Wizard of Oz" The greatest influence on my high school career: Miss Jones' and Mr. Hoppe's encouragement in and outside of classes Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: Chorus 3: Color Guard 3: Field Hockey - Varsity 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Graduation Usher 3: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow White" 4: Language Lab Assistant 3: Olympic Sports Day 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Var- sity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "She lives and dies to win a lasting name." THOMAS FOSTER HALLETT "Tom" TIMOTHY CHANDLER HAYES "Tim,' Ambition: To someday be able to grow a good mustache Pet Peeve: People who can find nothing better to do than spread false rumors What I would change at FHS: The academic pressure and the unfriendly atmosphere fif I couldj Transferred from Stony Brook Preparatory School, Stony Brook, New York 3. "And he knew he would not, could not, for any reason, kill his fellow manf' LAUREL ELIZABETH HODGDON "Laurie" The greatest influence on my high school career: Wicked good people What I wish I had done at FHS: Beaten Sponge's attendance record A Word to Underclassmen: "Sleep on it." Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3: Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3. "I am the silent majority." TERRY CARL HANSON Ambition: To become a plumber Fondest Memory of FHS: The swimming team and watching Mercer watch the girls Pet Peeve: Not having a swimming pool Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Inter scholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4: New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2: Ski Club 2 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, Manager 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "Light and breezy" LINDA CLEAVES HIRVELA "Lynn" Ambition: To get a diploma Pet Pecve: Rules What I would change at FHS: A few teachers Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3: Office Secretary 4. "Winking up like shining eyes" DAVID KEVIN HORNE Ambition: To be an individual Favorite Expression: "What can I say?" Pet Peeve: Sign-out sheets Transferred from Kearsarge Regional High School, North Sutton, New Hampshire 4. Activities: All'State Band 4: Cross Country 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: National Honor Society 4: National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. "You've got to speak out against the madness " KATHRYN MARGARET HOUGH e'Huffa" Favorite Expression: "Mornin' " Fondest Memory of FHS: ,Ianuary 25, 1971 Favorite Pastime: Being with friends, having fun, and laughing Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 2. Intense, cheerful spirited BETH ANNE HUTCHINS "Hutch" Favorite Expression: "Wicked', Fondest Memory of FHS: Skipping school Pet Peeve: Demerits "Now I won't be back till later on if I do come back at all." JO-ANN HYMAN "Iosie', The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Hoppe and his classes Pet Peeve: The apathy of most students about the quality of their education What I wish I had done at FHS: Worried less Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, 4: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2: Class Day Usher 2: Class Officer - Secretary 2: The Crest Staff - Editorial 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Dirigo Girls' State Delegate 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Graduation Usher 3: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Math Team 3, 4: National Honor Socie- ty 3, 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: NECO 2, 3, 4: New England Scholastic Press Conference 3, 4: Rome Trip 2: Swimming 2, 3. "One has two duties - to be worried and not to be worriedf' MICHAEL JAMES JACKSON "Jack" Fondest Memory of FHS: The swimming team The greatest influence on my high school career: Getting interested in electronics Favorite Pastime: Being with people I like and laughing Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 43 Leo Club 43 Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 43 New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4. Peaceable, receptive, unoffending GARY ALLEN JENSSEN The greatest influence on my high school career: My four years on the swimming team with Mr. Wheeler 5 u What I wish I had done at FHS: Had two years of Mr. Halpin What I would change at FHS: The courses of study and hot lunch 5 Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 43 Latin Club 33 Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet I' 2, 3, 43 New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Tennis 23 Varsi- ty Club 3, 4. l Considerate, opinionated, questioning f 2 KENNETH WAYNE JOHNSON "Ken" , Fondest Memory of FHS: Harris' parties The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Wheeler and the swimming team W What I wish I had done at FHS: Graduated last year Activities: Swimming - Manager 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 4. "He was in the mood for a little confrontation." WILLIAM PETER-JOHNSON "Bill" Fondest Memory of FHS: The many times Rick and I skipped school The greatest influence on my high school career: Friendship through sports with competitors Pet Peeve: People who always look on the bad side of life Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 43 Candlelight Service Usher 33 The Crest Staff - Business 43 Leo Club 3, 43 Maine Interscholastic Tract Meet 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3 - Tri-captain 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Video Tape Crew 2, 3, 4. Good-natu red, fu nster, speedster l PERRY MATTHEW JONES Ambition: To drop a watermelon off the Grand Canyon The greatest influence on my high school career: Mrs. Mayois thoughts for the day A Word to Underclassmen: "Get away from me, boy, ya bother mef, Activities: Chess Club 2: The Crest Staff - Editoral 2, 3, 4. "A pin can break my surface: no rock can break my shell." PATRICIA ANN KENNEDY The greatest influence on my high school career: The weekends Pet Peeve: People who have nothing better to do than to talk about other people What I wish I had done at FHS: Something of value Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Homeroom Repre- sentative 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2: Office Secretary 4: The Skipper Staff 2: Track 2. Likeable, mischievous sensitive GEORGE JOHN JONES "Butch" Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Abbiatils homeroom Pet Pceve: People that cut in on the lunch line A Word to Underclassmen: "Stay awake in class." Activities: Cross Country 3, 4: Track 3, 4. "I w0uldn't waste my time." MICHAEL WILLIAM KEELEY "Rabbit'l Ambition: To do something Fondest Memory of FHS: Fridays at 2:05 Pet Peeve: Teachers who try to run your life Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: Scholastic Achievement Award 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Video Tape Crew 2, 3, 4. Happy, carefree, boisterous "Patti" KIMBERLEE STARR KNUDSEN "Kim" Fondest Memory of FHS: The Christmas tea The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Marden What I wish I had done at FHS: Had another whack at the goalie Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Class Day Usher 2: Class Officer - Treasurer 4: The Crest Staff- Business 3, 4, Assistant Layout Editor 3, Layout Editor 4: Di- rigo Girls' State Delegate 3: Field Hockey - Iunior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4: French Club 2, 3, President 4: Graduation Usher 3: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Ozw 3: Language Lab Assist- ant 2, 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: NECO 3, 4: New England Scholastic Press Conference 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. "The very pink of perfection" ANN MARIE LEBEL Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Hoppe's math class Pet Pecve: Certain people who ignore you when you try to talk to them What I wish I had done at FHS: Gone out for swimming and more activities Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 4: Guidance Office Secretary 4: Office Secre- tary 3. "Morning brings another sun JONATHAN DUPONT KNOWLES ffganinew Ambition: To own a marina Fondest Memory of FHS: The parties What I would change at FHS: The water fountains Activiites: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Leo Club 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2. Nautical-minded, amicable, comic HOLLY KORDA The greatest influence on my high school career : Finding there are many ways A Word to Underclassmen: "They are defiant against inertness . . ." J. Pintauro Activities: French Club 2, 3: Homeroom Representative 2: Maine Teachers Association Award 2: Math Team 2: The Skipper Staff 3: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3: Varsity Club 2: Varsity Club Show 2, 3. "I thank the many pretty people whose minds I have shared." Doing independent study in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. "Annie" .1.....a, ,-,. v I i ALICE LOUISE LEVESQUE Pet Peeve: People who try to know everything about everybody What I wish I had done at FHS: Got on the honor roll at least once for my mother. A Word to Underclassmen: "Do what you enjoy doing now: you may not be around tomorrowf, Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: French Club 2, 3: Language Lab Assistant 3: NECO 3: Paris Trip 3: Three-Act Play - "The Frogs"3. "We know nothing of tomorrow: our business is to be good and happy today." RONALD STEWART LITTLEFIELD "Ronnie" Ambition: To take a walk on the moon Pet Peeve: People with two faces A Word to Underclassmen: "Use your own brain, not others!" Activities: Chess Club 2: The Crest Staff - Business 3: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine interscholastic Track Meet 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 4: Track 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "The lion is not so fierce as they paint him." ROBERT MAGUIRE "Marin Ambition: To go to Maine Maritime Academy Favorite Expression: "Figuresl" The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Stadden and Mr. Hill Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: Candlelight Service Usher 3: Chess Club 2: Leo Club 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 4: Soccer 2, 3, Tri-captain 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "A chapter of accidents" CAMILLO ROBERT MANGINO "Gino" Ambition: To own my own pizza parlor Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Quintls English class of '71 Pet Pceve: Detention Activities: Ski Club 4. "Better a bad excuse, than none at all." ANNETTE LOUISE MARIA Ambition: To be a pediatric nurse Favorite Expression: "You're kiddinglw A Word to Underclassmen: "Things will get better." Attending Westbrook College, Portland, Maine, under the three-year plan 4. Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 2: French Club 2, 3: The Skipper Staff 2. i'Let the sun shine down on me." MARTIAL BRENT MASON .Ambition: To accomplish something in life Favorite Expression: "Buzz off." The greatest influence on my high school career: Mrs. Bemiss Activities: Basketball - Manager 4: Chess Club 2: Soccer - Manager 3: Swimming 2. "Everything is all right: everything is fine." ELIZABETH MARIE MCAVOY "Liz Fondest Memory of FHS: My sophomore year The greatest influence on my high school career: Miss Rogers' classes What I wish I had done at FHS: Participated in more activities Pleasant, contemplative, good-hearted BARRY EVAN McCLUSKEY "Bar" Favorite Expression: "What are you, foolish or what?" What I wish I had done at FHS: Gotten early Dismissal at 8 A.M. every day A Word to Underclassmen: "Do something: even if it's wrong, just do it." Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Math Team 3, 4: One-Act Plays - "Poachers,' 2, "As You Like It" 3: The "Ship's Company" 2, 3: Ski Club 4: Three-Act Play - "Up the Down Staircase" 2, "Lost Horizonn 3. "The power of thought - the magic of the mind." STEPHEN HOWARD MERCER "Merce Ambition: To own a 59 Fiat Favorite Expression: "A high F" The greatest influence on my high school career: Instant Breakfast Activities: Ski Club 2: Swimming - Manager 4-. "If I could only work this life out my way . . ." CATHERINE JANE MERRILL "Merrill', Fondest Memory of FHS: My first day herel Pet Peeve: People who take me seriously A Word to Underclassmen: "Keep smiling: your turn is coming." Transferred from Brewer High School, Brewer, Maine 4-. Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: Gymnastics Show - "Snow Whiten 4-. A Affable, vivacious, attractive DAVID CHARLES MERRILL "Weasel Ambition: To become a law enforcement officer Favorite Expression: "Darn" What I wish I had done at FHS: Some homework Transferred from Gray-New Gloucester High School, Cray, Maine 4. Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 4-3 Future Teachers of America 4-. "Take one consideration with another -- a policeman's lot is not a happy 0ne.' PETER DEERING MERRILL "Pete" Ambition: To become a chef Fondest Memory of FHS: Taking late notes to Mrs. Mayo Favorite Pastime: Driving Transferred from Brewer High School, Brewer, Maine 4-. "He is quiet, but he is a great observer." 1 42 l GARY EVERETI' MILLER The greatest influence on my high school career: Working in the shops Pet Peeve: English grammar A Word to Underclassmen: "Keep your heads together" Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3. Uncoerced, forceful, persevering JONATHAN GUY MOORE ujgnll Fondest Memory of FHS: Junior Algebra What I wish I had done at FHS: Something interesting A Word to Underclassmen: "Your time will comef' Activities: Maine Teachers Association Award 4. "Let a man live his own life." V RANDALL ANDREW MOORE "Randy" Favorite Expression: "Feeney, You crow!" What I wish I had done at FHS: Blocked Mr. McCully in basketball l A Word to Underclassmen: "Don't bet on any games." L Activities: Basketball - ,Junior Varsity 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3, 4. I "I was always thinking of games that I was playingf' KATHERINE SUE MOREAU "Kathy" Fondest Memory of FHS: Paris trip in 1971: London trip in 1972 The greatest influence on my high school career: The different athletic teams, Miss Jones, and Miss McCann A Word to Underelassmen: "Work hard: it's worth it.', Activities: Arts and Humanities 3, 4: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4: Chorus 2, 3: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3: Homeroom Representative 3: Lan- guage Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4: London Trip 4: NECO 3, 4: Office Secretary 4: Paris Trip 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4: Swimming 2, 4 - Manager 3: Track 3: Varsity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4: Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4, " . . . of many virtues" KAREN SUE MORTON Fondest Memory of FHS: The boys' swimming team What I wish I had done at FHS: Had one year for solid studying, had one year for solid activities, and had one year off! A Word to Underclassmen: "Be yourself and be honest with yourself: for if you are, you will be the master of any situation." Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, Head 4: Chorus 2, 3: Class Day Speaker 3: Class Officer - Secretary 4: The Crest Staff- Business 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey 2: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3: JCL District Secretary 3: Latin Club 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2: NECO 3, 4: Office Sec- retary 2, 3, 4: The Skipper Staff - Assistant Editor 3: Student Council 2: Track 4: Varsity Club 4: Varsity Club Show 4: WLU Student Alternate 3. Warm-hearted, casual, fluent JUDY ANN MUNROE Favorite Expression: "Yeahl Right." Fondest Memory of FHS: Trip to Quebec in '69 Favorite Pastime: Honking ' Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "Play up, play up, and play the game." STEPHEN RANDALL NEFF "Neffty" Favorite Expression: "Wrong" Fondest Memory of FHS: Having a good time in the corridors. What I wish I had done at FHS: Put a window in the door to the girls' locker room Activities: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Track 2, 3. Foolhardy, karate, lively KAREN MARIE NELSON Ambition: To own a clock shop in Switzerland Fondest Memory of FHS: Math meets ,69-'70 What I wish I had done at FHS: Worked harder Activities: All-State Band 2, 4: All-State Orchestra 3: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, Chair- man 4: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 4: Chorus 2, 3: Class Officer - President 4: Curriculum Committee 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: High School Quiz Participant 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2,' 4: Math Team 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: NECO 3: NEDT Award 2: One-Act Play - "As You Like Its' 3: The "Ship's Compa- ny" 2, 3: Stage Band 2, 3: Three-Act Play "Up the Down Staircase" 2: Varsity Club Show 3: Western Maine Music Festival 2: WLU Student Delegate 3: Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "Without music, life would be a mistake." Ambition: To marry a divorcee Favorite Expression: "UnrealI" Fondest Memory of FHS: Fort Kent "Going out and having fun" PETER LESTER NOYES "Pete" Favorite Expression: "AlrrrightlII" The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Wheeler - his enthusiasm and his high standards What I wish I had done at FHS: The 100-yard breaststroke in under a minute Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Editorial 4: Language Lab Assistant 2: Leo Club 3 - Treasurer 4: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3 - Captain 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3 - President 4: Varsity Club Show 2, 4. HERBERT WALKER NOYES, III Boags Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3: The Crest Staff Business 3 Golf Team 2 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3 4 THOMAS CHARLES O DONNELL "Tom" CHARLES KENT NYE "ChuQk,' Ambition: To be happy and be me Fondest Memory of FHS: Going to Bowdoin Saturday nights What I would change at FHS: The attitude of some teachers Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Editori- al 4: Cross Country 2: Homeroom Representative 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: Student Council 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4. "It's not the way I say it: it's the way you take itf' Ambition To beat up John Duke Wayne What I would change at FHS: Nothing needs to be changed: after all, we've been accredited twice in a row. A Word to Underclassmen: "Beware of bandersnatches, gringlesnaps, and damorphic flamo- graphs Activities: Chess Club 2: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: Curriculum Committee 3: Dirigo Boys' State Delegate 3: Harvard Book Award 3: High School Quiz Participant 3: Maine Teachers Asso- ciation Award 4: Math Team 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 4: The Skipper Staff 2. Knowledgeable, confident, quick ELIZABETH WINSLOW PAWLE "Bessa' Fondest Memory of FHS: Swim meetsl What I wish I had done at FHS: Not taken things so seriously A Word to Underclassmen: "Everything that happens to you today has some value for tomor row." Activities: Chorus 2, 3: Color Guard 3: Kitchen Crew 4: London Trip 4: NECO 3, 4: Southwest ern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3: Track 4. Aware, diffident, sweet DAVID SCOTT PETERSON "Flash, Jr.' Ambition: To become successful and rich Fondest Memory of FHS: Senior study A Word to Underelassmen: "Listen to Mr. Abbiattif' "Every man is a part of the main." I Ambition: To have fun Favorite Expression: "Put them out." The greatest influence on my high school career: Miss Fox's Home Ec. Class "I done made my mind up." KATHLEEN ETHEL RANDALL "Kathy" Ambition: To work with handicapped and mentally retarded children Fondest Memory of FHS: The trip to Paris in '71 A Word to Underclassmen: "Smarten up before it's too late." Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 3: Dirigo Girls' State Alternate 3: French Club 2, 3: Graduation Usher 3: Homeroom Representative 2: NECO 3: Office Secretary 2: Paris Trip 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Swimming 2: Varsity Club Show 2. "The only way to have a friend is to be one." GORDON RICHARD PETERSON "Flash" FORD SAWYER REICHE Fondest Memory of FHS: "Pigs in Blanketsf, "Shepherd's Pie," and "Bubble and Squeak' The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Wheeler and the swimming team Pet Peeve: Hippies Activities: Class Officer - Treasurer 3: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3: French Club 2: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4'- Impish, "Man in grey," full of life RICHARD ALAN ROBERTS Ambition: To travel What I would change at FHS: The study hall system A Word to Underclassmen: "At least look at the books." V Activities: Chess Club 2: Math Team 2: One-Act Play - "Poachers,' 2: The "Ship's Company" 2, 3: Three-Act Play - "Lost Horizon" 3. l Courteous, kind, comrade MICHAEL STEVEN REALI Ambition: To make a million and loaf the rest of my life Fondest Memory of FHS: Trips to Fort Kent Pet Peeve: Italian jokes Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 4: Dirigo Boys, State Alternate 3: Homeroom Representative 4: Latin Club 3: Leo Club 2, 3: NECO 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. "There spoke up a brisk little somebody, critic and whipper snapper in a rage.' DONNA RAE RICKER "Ric-Rae" Fondest Memory of FHS: Tex's enthusiasm and Ev's laugh on the basketball court The greatest influence on my high school career: Miss Jones, her ethical and behavioral codes, and the girls' athletic teams. What I wish I had done at FHS: Beaten Jane's records in the discus and shot-put while she was still here. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 4: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4: The Crest Staff- Editorial 2, 3, 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Ozi' 3, "Snow Whitel' 4: Kitchen Crew 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2, 3: 4: NECO 3, 4: Olympic Sports Day 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "A little bit of old time gloryl' "Dick" MARK ALEXANDER ROBINSON "Nam" Favorite Pastime: The Duck and riding in the cruiser What I would change at FHS: Student - Teacher relations A Word to Underclassmen: "Believe none of what you hear and half of what you see, and you'll make it." Activities: Basketball - Manager 3, 4: Chess Club 2: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 4: Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4: Yachtsmen Band 2. Funny, hand-cuffs, flirt SUSAN ANN ROBINSON Favorite Expression: "Eh'?" Pet Peeve: People who make judgments on those they don't know A Word to Underclassmen: "Some people sit on the top step forever, waiting for the door to openf' Activities: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 3: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Swimming "Set this poor soul free." MICHAEL ALAN ROWE Favorite Expression: "Those freaky people" Fondest Memory of FHS: The Rome trip What I wish I had done at FHS: Escaped long before I did Attending the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, under the three year plan 4. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3: Class Day Speaker 3: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, Editorial 3: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club President 2, 3: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Math Team 2, 3: NECO 2, 3: Rome Trip 2: Ski Club 2: Varsity Club Show 2: Yachts- men Band 3: YMCA Older Boys' Conference 3. "There's no time to lose." FRANK ARTHUR SANBORN Favorite Expression: "Tea Bagl' Fondest Memory of FHS: Shop A The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Horr's shop class Activities: Chess Club 3. "Beware as long as you live of judging people by appearancesf' JOANNE ELAINE SAWYER "Jody" SCO'I'1' PULLEN SANFORD The greatest influence on my high school career: Respecting someone else such as all my coach- es at Falmouth What I wish I had done at FHS: Achieveed better academic grades! A Word to Underclassmen: "Friends are something everyone needs." Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, Co-captain 4: Candlelight Service Usher 3: The Crest Staff - Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4: Dirigo Boys' State Dele- gate 3: Homeroom Representative 3: Leo Club 3 - President 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: New England Scholastic Press Conference 4: Ski Club 2, 3: Soccer 2 - Captain 3, Tri-Captain 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Athletic, businessman, strong Favorite Expression It s raisins that make Post Raisin Bran so raisiny . . ." The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Hoppe's confidence and Mr. A's friendship What I wish I had done at FHS: Won the "golden glove" in volleyball Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 4: Future Teachers of AMerica 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Math Team 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: National Merit Letter of Commendation 4: Scholastic Achievement Award 3: The "Ship's Company" 3. BARBARA JOAN SEIDEL "Skid', Ambition: To find an endless winter and ski . . . Fondest Memory of FHS: Broccoli A Word to Underclassmen: "Don't worry . . . have fun." Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Language Lab Assistant 2: Maine Teachers Association Award 2: NECO 3: Paris Trip 3: Ski Club 2, 3. Poised, appealing, delicate The greatest influence on my high school career: Summer 1969 Pet Peeve: The constant drain of proving rather than being A Word to Underclassmen: "If only you would open your mind . , . the frustration would be de- feating, the absurdities would be deafening, but the hope of something beyond would save you from the brink." Activities: Cheerleading -- junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3: Field Hockey - .Iunior Varsity 2, Varsi- ty 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow Whiten 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 4: Math Team 2: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 4: NECO 3: One-Act Play - "The Frogs" 3: Paris Trip 3: Student Coun- cil 2 - President 3, 4, State Treasurer 3, State Convention 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Varsity Club Show 2. 48 "So dawn comes down today. Nothing gold can stay." if .5 MARK HAMLIN SPARROW "Spark" Ambition: To become manager of C. C. Shaw Favorite Expression: "Darnl" Pet Peeve: People who drink and drive Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Leo Club 4: Video Tape Crew 3, 4. "The blush is beautiful, but it is sometimes inconvenient." RONALD RALPH STADDEN "Little Al" The greatest influence in my high school career: The very valuable insight, knowledge, and friendship of Mr. Hoppe ' Fondest Memory of FHS: Leo Club, Math Team, Paris Trip, Older Boys' Conference, Mr. Rose's Christmas Poem, and "Ron's Raiders" Note to Mr. Fletcher: "Did Dick Allen beat you really badly or did he have mercy on you?" Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 3: Citizenship Award 3: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Dirigo Boys' State Alternate 3: Kitchen Crew 2, 3, 4: Leo Club 3 - Secretary 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 4: Math Team 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3 - Vice-President 4: Na- tional Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 4: NECO 3, 4: One-Act Play - "The Frogs" 3: Paris Trip 3: Student Council 4: YMCA Older Boys, Conference 3: Yale Book Award 3. F , , i "Noble deeds that are concealed are most esteemed." TERRI LEE STURTEVANT Ambition: To bc like a candle - to glow so those around me shall reflect, to burn so they can share the warmth, and to melt away when I no longer serve my purpose Fondest Memory of FHS: Shop classes, basketball games, honkin' A Word to Underclassmen: "Pickle'i Activities: Chorus 2, 3: Future Homemakers of America 2. "ii I f I "Kindness gives birth to kindness " JANICE LOWELL SUDDS "SpongeU Ambition: To find a nice home in the slums Fondest Memory of FHS: Days absent What Iiwish I had done at FHS: Left Activities: Basketball - Varsity 2: Class Officer 4 Vice-president 2: The Crest Staff - Editorial 2, 3: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2. "Nobody knows the beauty I feel. Nobody hears when I'm crying." TIMOTHY WATT TOLFORD "The Bird" Ambition: To sail in the 1976 Olympics The greatest influence on my high school career: Mr. Marden's physics classes and Coach Little- field's track teams What I wish I had done at FHS: Learned how to duck snowballs from Bruce Loring and others in Chemistry Activities: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Math Team 3, 4: National Honor Society Stu- dent Tutor 2: Track 2, 3, 4. Trustworthy, "sheepish grin," individual REBECCA ANN TRENI "Beki' Ambition: To become the crystal transparency of a fallen snowflake A Word to Underclassmen: "Live and let live 4 hate is only self-destruction." Secret Desire: To race a motorcycle against Sully and win! Activities: Chorus 2, 3: The Crest Staff - Editorial 2: French Club 2, 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow Whitew 4: Kitchen Crew 4: Lan- guage Lab Assistant 2: Office Secretary 4: The Skipper Staff 3: Varsity Club Show 2, 4: Yachts- men Band 4. Idealist, intricate, talented DENNIS ALAN TIBBETTS Ambition: To be a successful foreign auto mechanic Fondest Memory of FHS: 4th period in the library Pet Peeve: Cleaning Shop A "Let me go warm and merry stillfi KAREN LEE TOMPSON "Tom' Ambition: To fly Fondest Memory of FHS: Certain people I've come to know A Word to Underclassmen: "The time goes quicker than you think." Activities: Cheerleading - junior Varsity 3, Head 4: Chorus 3: Field Hockey 2 - Captain 3 French Club 4: Gymnastics Show A "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow White" 4: Language Lab Assist ant 2, 3, 4: London Trip 4: NECO 4: Office Secretary 4: Olympic Sports Day 2, 3: Swimming 4 Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. "Show the world all the love in your heart." ANN LESLIE WALLACE The greatest influence on my high school career: Sports and the many friends and good times I'll never forget A Word to Underclassmen: "Keep smiling: things always get better." Favorite Pastime: Skiing - right, Barb? Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity + Captain 4: Chorus 2, 3: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: French Club 2 - Vice-President 3, 4: NECO 3: Paris Trip 3: Ski Club 2, 3 - President 4: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4. "Her eyes alive, her mind is still growingf, JACOB EDWARD WEBB Ambition: To become a successful businessman Fondest Memory of FHS: My last year of high school What I wish I had done at FHS: Made the honor roll Activities: London Trip 4: NECO 4. High strung, conservative, Shaw's boy DEBRA LYNN VIVEIROS "Debi" Ambition: To live a happy and fulfilled life and to have my parents proud of whatever I do The greatest influence on my high school career: My friends and my parents Fondest Memory of FHS: My friendship with Kathy Activities: Cheerleading - Varsity 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, 4: Dirigo Girls' State Al- ternate 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2, 3: NECO 3: Paris Trip 3: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Student Librarian 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 2, 3, 4. Secure, flirtatious, innocent "Tard,' DIANE MARIE WALSH "Di" Ambition: To be able to understand and enjoy all kinds of people The greatest influence on my high school career: The teachers of the Math Department What I would change at FHS: Some of the passive attitudes Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: Class Officer - Secretary 3: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Graduation Usher 3: Guidance' Office Secretary 4: Gymnastics Show - "Wizard of Oz" 3, "Snow Whitei' 4: Homeroom Representa- tive 2: Language Lab Assistant 2: Maine Teachers Association Award 4: Math Team 2, 4: Na- tional Honor Society 3 - Secretary 4: Ski Club 2, 3: The Skipper Staff 2, 3: Swimming 3: Varsi- ty Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 2. "Nutty," cheerful, optimist -.Jaya RICHARD EDGAR WOOD Fondest Memory of FHS Are you kidding? Pet Peeve Shadows What I would change at FHS. Locker mates Self-directing remote reaching KAREN MORTON Class Day Speaker BRUCE RICHARD WILLEY Fondest Memory of FHS: My freshman year3 l was absent 46 days. The greatest influence on my high school career : Mr. Hoppe's knowledge and guidance in math- ematics What I would change at FHS: Rid the faculty of incompetent members Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 33 Chess Club 23 The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 43 Latin Club 2, gl Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 43 Math Team 2, 3, 43 National Honor So- ciety Student Tutor 43 NECO 23 NEDT Award 23 Rome Trip 23 The Skipper Staff 43 Track 2, 3. "ln the scale of the destinies, brawn will never weigh as much as brain." Dick First row, leh Lo right: M. Burnett, K. Morton, K. Dobson, D. Walsh, G. Perry, B. Hilfrank, K. Skillin, A. Adams. Second row: D. Horne, J. Moore, S. Atherton, K. Nelson, J. Hyman, B. French, C. Hyman, R. Stadden, R. Casparius. Third row: S. Neff, B. McCluskey, T. Tolford, P. Noyes, F. Reiche Loring, C. Emerson, B. Willey, T. O'Donnell. Senior Honors BRAZILIAN EXCHANGE STUDENT Zelia Oliveira DAR CANDIDATE ' Ann Adams NHS SCHOLARSHIP CANDIDATE Michelle Burnett HARVARD AND YALE BOOK AWARDS Ronald Stadden and Thomas O,Donnell Wm W-1 'm 'YQ P ,Wmamm , 'T HOMEMAKER AWARD Brenda French QW MOST ATHLETIC Scott Sanford Pamela Halligan my f 4 sd - l5ob MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Raymond Cary Karen Morton W MOST INTERESTIN HARDEST WORKERS MOST VERSATILE David Mmm G Ronald stadden Rick and Debbie Bassett Ann Adams ' Ox 5 ,T N111 S e Il i Tv 0 X 2, 53' I' fd T7 X H T H 54 If S 5 1 ,f . v ff I If ' ' ' kk., I wi I I l .. -,-,,,, I W ,ww w E hw: -, -sf i f " , Kg, 'lg YK 4 I Mi , . f4,1ff.,1: :,.'f"I ' Q FRIENDLIEST Jonathan Knowles Catherine Merrill CLASS INDIVIDUALS Perry Jones Brenda French ll P e 1' I a I i V 6 S z , Zi ' I 'sf we 2 .if 3 wfli :ll CLASS PRANKSTER Kathy Cibelli D U D N ,-2 523 'Ji WITTIEST Mark Sparrow Louann Davis MOST CREATIVE Timothy Hayes Rebecca 'llreni I 1 Q: ii", af mn A Q f 5 2745511 V 7 fmfgsgm xrxfezilsxfk' las- fix" fwf- 9, 5 ,,.., 3 5 ,,,.: ,,.h,-, ax fx Q Q P X 6,,: , 211: ,,f, Q xwmffg,-A ,1N,w,gw1f1J1l1 5-1 if . miiafis.s?4sRS?i4'f?a2??f2gg-'Q N is wk :-.MJ f""A""f' P ex ew ,. 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Berry Homeroom No. 16 Class of '73 Homeroom No. 14- Hrst row, lejl Lo right: D. Harris, D. Goodnow, B. Hilfrank, C. Hyman, T. Crawford, D. Jones, J. Grant. Second row: P. Halligan, D. Hilton, D. Libby, V. Lovejoy, J. Kuehling, C. Harris, Mr. Abbiati. Third row: W. Lancaster, W. Drown, D. Feeney, S. Lauritsen, N. 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"J Q12.2'fm'fieffigavelseegwAixsgslksiaxa f 'f vffsssffssy-we-1gzzla?2 iw wzfaesgq 1: If lQil5g'5?gg5Z!iil5E5Q gf 5i?'l5l251gi1?Ti5,5"?eg nf "'-- . we,VEeaaQsllelfsa2:waa1a5a , 44.-... mawzm:fw::m+1ew.ewfvWwmawwfwlmwzfszmuv+zMsessf1f,i.:,,sf-.,..,,l.f .,,. ,,,NM.e,., ,. ,,,, M-. 4, . W , ,S Km . .,A..,..,,. , . A... M A..K ,,..,,.. , ,.., A fL,, Wwla -1 ,,L. l,L,W,.a,E1,,,, ,M ms SOPHOMORE' SUPQRIFICS We, as soplhomorelss are llsl f finest beginning? to awaken to thapywhich around us. The newness of high school has off' h hd Wl6ffosYCa1iZC:fh0W impoftant these years are in planning for our fu- ture. h h l ,E ,1o,1 Every sophomoreawbecomes aware of the many paths that lead to life's seiaarate goals. lnoailaanlll l Perhaps llla the ronte is obscure to us now, hull the light will shine upon lthe righlii shall, awaken, and we shall see. 63 M2 ix? 64 September School Opens October Open House November Environmental Seminar The Year 4293 October Sue's Home EC. Project October B. U. Conference 7503 Q R is We Saw It .Q December 2 Falstaff December 15 French Club Tea 354 ,Xl if? gl?E be November Senior Option lf. 5 December 13 Home Economics Tea January 14 Rally Hmong 5 4 a January 20-21 Yearbook Pictures KW, ' .ff X ex 5, 6525 -efff 1 Pi!! X R' -! I 1 rf' L F 67 F g 17' if I i 'J M!-Q f ' . February 14 rw f Valentinf-:'s Day HL! ' Febmary 18 Vacation Starts 4' fl MV O - U 66 , 'N 53 1' , 0 Q 0 9 5' 'R' March 10 "Snow Whitev Show S April 14 Varsity Club Show - -Jw ii fune I6 Graduation! ,VA if r '-----..,,, March 11 Senior Supper C n ' May 26 French Club Supper team I N! 'URN-QN, The Crest - Editorial Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ................................ ................................ ..... J 0 -Ann Hyman ASSISTANT EDITOR ......,. .,,,,,,,,, J O.E11en Bois ............ ,,,., K imbgflee Knudsen ASSISTANT LAYOUT EDITOR .... . ............... ........ C len Perry SENIOR EDITORS 'Ann Adams Raymond Cary Ann Lebel Thomas O'Donnell Michael Reali Kathleen Dobson Katherine Moreau Joanne Sawyer Patricia Kennedy Karen Morton Karen Tompson FACULTY EDITORS lk Michelle Burnett Judith Benoit Sally Smith Cheryl-Ann Hyman Katherine Merrill Beth D'Amic0 Michael Mayhew Matthew Madeira Charles Nye Robert Maguire Lisa Weickert ACTIVITIES EDITORS 'Cheryl Burnett Lorna Bonsey Cheryl Morris Deborah Wescott Lori Cohen Karen Noyes Jean Edwards Sheila Walsh CLASS EDITORS Sharon .Balzer STUDENT PHO TOGRAPHERS ik Perry Jones James McCubrey Peter Williams SPOR TS EDITORS ik Peter Noyes 70 Brenda Hilfrank ART EDITORS 'Kimberlee Knudsen Teri Pfeffer Diane Walsh ALUMNI EDITORS 'Alice Levesque Wendi Carr Catherine Ruby Curtis lngraham Deborah Smith Cynthia Moore TYPISTS "Terry Crawford Ruth Brill Julie Mitchell Cathie DeBevoise Kathryn Hough PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS 'Rebecca Treni Roxanne Burns Donna Ricker Jeff Bryant Mark Robinson Michelle Culick Adviser - Miss Roberta F. Rogers Assistant Adviser - Mr. Randolph E. Quint The Crest Business Staff BUSINESS MANAGER ............. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER . . . CIRCULATION MANAGER .......... ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGER "Ad Day" and "Boosler,' Solicitors: I. Benoit A. Berry J. Bois B. Bullock K. Burke C. Chandler K. Dobson C. Emerson E. Foster P. Halligan T. Hanson C. Harris .l. Hyman C. Ienssen W. Johnson M. Keeley P. Kennedy .l. Knowles K. Knudsen Lebel Madeira Maguire Mangino Mayo McCluskey Moreau Morton Nye Randall Reali Richards Robinson Russell Sanford Stadden Viveiros Walsh Willey A "Boosler,' Ads A. Adams S. Atherton lVl. Burnett R. Burns J. Fiato M. Culick C. Hallett B. Hilfrank R. Hilfrank J. Merritt P. Noyes D. Ricker J. Sawyer M. Sparrow N. Tolford D. Twombly Walsh Williams . e if IQJ Yi-, tl A E . . . .Scott Sanford . . . . .Bryant Bullock . . . . . .Cynthia Chandler . .Cheryl-Ann Hyman Homeroom Collectors C. Berry C. Burnett B. D'Amico L. Davis P. Hayes V. Lovejoy B. Mayhew J. McCubrey C. Morris T. O7Donnell T. Pfeffer P. Youngs New England Sch olastie Press Assoeia tion Conference Delegates Seated, lej? to right: K. Knudsen, Mr. Quint, J. Hyman, Miss Rogers, S. Sanford. Standing: C. Hyman, C. Perry, B. Bullock, J. McCubreY. J. Bois, P. Jones. we The fruit derived from labor is the sweetest of pleasures. i - Vauvenargues N 1 72 'xx L r- M- I A . .. .,-- ..., .,,,,.. - ,, ....- i... ----.---W 17 1'-'H Sealed, left to right: D. Twombly, ,l. Skillin, Mrs. Arlander, A. lAdams, M. Burnett. Standing: C. Hyman, S. Balzer, L. Knight, R. Stadden, B. Bullock, R. Buz- zell, C. Elliott, K. Noyes. This year, besides the Student Cou'ncil's regular activities, such as selling cookies at recess, its members sponsored some spe- cial events such as the collection of money from'the students to benefit the Pakistani refugees. There was a Student Council workshop with other schools participating here at Falmouth. This year has been a most profitable one for the Council. Student Council Math Team The 1971-1972 Math Team derived an equation combining their efforts and skills, with the knowledge and coaching of Mr. Hoppe, to produce the kind of season that all were proud of. First row, len lo right: A. Adams, W. Carr, L. Cohen, D. Walsh, K. Nelson, J. Hyman, M. Burnett, C. Moore. Second row: D. Wescott, B. Hilfrank, J. Sawyer, Mr. Hoppe, C. Hyman, J. O'Brien, K. Dobson, C. Burnett. Third row: J. Rogers, T. O'Donnell, R. Stadden, R. Winslow. ,l, Bryant, B. McCluskey, B. Willey. .l. McCubrey, S. Boucher. 1 First row, left to right: D. Botkin, T. Penney, N. Rodway, R. Cary, Mr. Dow, C. Baker, K. Perry, A. Lowry, N. Taylor. Second row: S. Rogers, R. Treni, C. Mor- ris, E. Harper, J. Munroe, J. Edwards, E. Trufant, D. Wilson, D. Winslow, P. Wood, F. Hatcher. Third row: D. Wheeler, T. Oakes, J. Whittaker, K. Moreau, K. Bryant, K. Nelson, C. Cooper, R. Wissolik, S. Boucher. Fourth row: K. Baker, J. Cooney, P. Baker, D. Horne, B. Uldall, M. Beaumont, J. Ross, J. White, T. Es- tabrook. Fifth row: R. Buzzell, M. Madeira, P. Farnum, J. Bryant, D. Cole, R. Roberts, M. O'Connell, M. Jones. Band The Falmouth High School Yachtsmen Band, with its 60 members, had a very good year. Some of their activities included a Christmas concert and an exchange with another school last March. Stage Band' The Stage Band this year, under the direction of M. Dow, has entertained students, faculty, and visitors at many basketball games. However, they did not stop hereg they accompanied the chorus to Keene, N. H., and entered into competition at Win- throp. They have proved to be a hard working group of musicians. Seated, leh to right: C. Ingraham, B. Uldall, M. O'Connell, D. Horne, K. Perry, P. Baker, K. Moreau, R. Cary, M. Madiera, D. Willey, J. Bryant. Standing: P. Wood, S. Boucher, M. Jones, G. Bakerf J. Ross, M. Madeira, R. Buzzell, D. Cole, Mr. Dow. 74 N Mixed Chorus First row, left Lo right: D. Botkin, L. Mills, K. Noyes, K. Jensen, S. Walsh, Mr. Dow, B. D'Amico, J. Milliken, P. Wood, D. Trott, D. Twombly. Second row: R. Treni, E. Pawle, K. Morton, S. Blake, C. Chandler, L. Knightl, C. Morris, D. Wilson, R. Wissolik, B. Hilfrank, F. Judkins, K. Dobson, J. Mitchell, E. Pawle, I. Merritt, K. Knudsen, D. Goodnow. Third row: J. Mumroe, Willey, A. Weickert, J. Edwards, K. Moreau, T. Pfeffer, K. Tompson, K. Nelson, J. Sawyer, E. Trufant, L. Harper, T. Oakes, K. Bryant. Fourth row: S. Boucher, D. Foster, J. Ross, B. Uldall, M. Beaumont, B. Mayhew, C. Ingraham, P. Hayes, M. 0'Con- nell, P. McAvoy, R. Buzzell, M. Jones, T. Estabrook, D. Wheeyler. Fifth row: D. Merriman, G. Baker, L. Libby, D, Cole, J. Bryant, R. Cary, R. Moore, T. Skillin, C. Nye, M. Madeira, D. Trufant, D. Merrill. , l Always an extremely large group, the chorus sang their way through an enjoyable year. They organized an exchange program with Keene, New Hampshire, and performed all many school functions. J l 75 6 'Sex-Li- if !y3 J til K' ll X A 'S Q C. 'I Q h N SK 5 QA VY wx F8 I A ffl X,f! J .f,C?s 6 J fffk .ff Seated, leh to right: S. Boucher, Mrs. Hager, J. McCubrey, K. Morton, B. Bullock, J. Bois, C. Berry. Standing: M. Madeira, J. Edwards, J. O'Brien, W. Lunt, S. Ar lander, K. Dobson, C. Ruby, B. Russell. La tin Club The Latin Club has had an enjoyable year. Presided over by Bryant Bullock, the members of the club have sold food at the snack shack, attended a meeting at Thornton Academy involving other schools, and last but not least, they brought Julius Caesari back to life. French Club This yearis French Club has been busy since the first meeting At that time activities were planned for the entire year the hi h s . . . , , g light being the Christmas Tea. Other things accomplished by the club were the selling of stationery, food sales, cake sales, and I supper for the seniors. All and all it's been a fun year for the members. First row, len to right: Mrs. Mathurin, J. McCubrey, K. Knudsen, A. Adams, Miss McCann. Second row: D. Twomhly, C. Ruby, K. Halligan, S. Walsh, B. D C. Burnett, C. Morris, N, Tolford, J. O'Brien, B. Hilfrank, L. Knight, S. Balzer, B. Baker, N. Searle, J. Skillin, M. Burnett, W. Carr, G. Conboy. Ylzird row: P. gan, D. Wilson, J. bois, D. Walsh, K. Randall, A. Weickert, S. Arlander, K. Tompson, T. Pfeffer, J. Hyman, E. Honan, L. Bonsey, K. Moreau, K. Nelson, C ley, D. Ricker J. Munroe, E. Harper, B. Brown, K. Noyes. Fourth row: K. Nicely, B. Barker, S. Boucher, P. Williams, J. Ricker, J. Parker, J. Lockhart, J. al .fm Q 'wa wg ug 1 Sz 755 ic . fo . C, KXIQX 3, iii ,Ml ,.., . . fi tx 5 t Sealed, kj? to right: E. Pawle, D. Twombly. Standing: D. Wescoti, C. Hallett, C. Chandler, K. Moreau, K. Tompson. W. Lunt, Miss McCann, S. Bouch- er, K. Nicely. As has been the habit for the last couple of yeatrs, students were given the opportunity to go abroad. This trip was taken to London during the week of April vacation. London Trippers Future Teachers of America X f X X The FTA started out busy with the planning of the annual Conora Fried Clam Supper, always a success. i ,,...- The FTA members. under the direction of Miss Rogers and Miss Bragg, gave their full cooperation to the Z school by helping with Open House activities in both the Junior and Senior High School. As stated in the song. "FTA will lead the way." t V ,ff Seated, left to right: D. Coodnow, Miss Rogers, K. Dobson, Miss Bragg, L. Mills. Standing: S. Blake, ,I, Sawyer. R. Cary, R. Buzzell, D. Merrill, D. Ricker, R. Treni. t l y 77 Seated, leji to right: T. Hanson, M. Robinson, R. Stadden, S. Sanford, R. Maguire, P. Noyes. Hrs! row: W. Zeigler, C. Emerson, C. Nye, C. Perry, M. Reali, Mr. Stadden, W. Johnson, P. Halligan, B. McCluskey, P. Richards, M. Sparrow. Second row: J. Bradford, A. Berry, R. Burke, M. Keeley, B. Bul- lock, J. Mayo, R. Bassett, J. Knowles, B. Russell, R. Littlefield, M. Jackson, J. Mason. The Leo Club of 1971-72 has contributed well to their reputation this year. Some of their projects have been building and giving 3550.00 worth of presents to the Boys Training Center. The club under the direction of Mr. Stadden has done a great deal of work and enjoyed themselves doing it. L60 Club Varsity Club The main effort of this year's Varsity Club was to put on their annual Varsity Club Show. This, along with the sell- ing of magazine subscriptions, has helped to raise money for various activities. Seated, left to right: M. Burnett, P. Halligan, D. Viveiros, B. Hilfrank, P. Noyes, Mr. Stadden, C. Emerson, A. Adams, K. Burke, B. Baker, K. Halli- gan. Second row: C. Burnett, C. Hallett, M. Cvulick, J. Benoit, K. Noyes, K. Hough, K. Moreau, K. Tompson, D. Walsh, V. Harris, B. Hilfrank, D. Ricker, S. Balzer, K. Morton. Third row: W. Johnson, B. Doughty, A. Berry, C. Harris, J. Mason, F. Vorlicek, G. Baker, P. Hayes, R. Burke, M. Jackson, B. Russell, J. Lockhart, R. Halligan. Fourth row: W. Zeigler, M. Petersen, M. Robinson, C. Nye, M. Madeira, S. Lauritsen, M. Mayhew, P Richards, R. Hopkins, C. Baldwin, M. Keeley, G. Newdick. Ftjih row: J. Cary, J. Mayo, F. Reiche, R. Bassett, R. Cary, R. Moore, S. Sanford, G. Jenssen, P. Farnum, R. Maguire. 1 I Kneeling, leh Lo right: S. Randall, P. Richards, J. Mayo, B. McCluskey, M. Robinson, J. Knowles, F. Reiche, C. Nye, R. Littlefield, M. Reali J Rucker R. Hopkins. Standing, leh lo right: D. Wescott, L. Davis, K. Burke, C. Hallett, K. Knudsen, A. Wallace, D. Ricker, K. Moreau, J. Edwards D Twom bly, C. Cianchette, E. Cibelli, J. Fiato, K. Randall, Mr. Stadden. ,The Ski Club this year has had one major project, an overnight ski trip to Squaw Mountain. Other activities have been ski movies, other trips, and some sales. Audio- Visual Crew Ski Club This useful crew spent another busy year helping teachers with various equipment. The boys gained practical experl ence in using machinery with the help of their adviser, Mr. Black. Seated, len to right: Mr. Black, W. Johnson, S. Herrick. 04. -vs A! M. Sparrow, J. McCorkle. Standing, len to right: B. French, G. Dobson, W. Basford, W. Drown M Keeley lgggftf . ig? 1 ',-i ' 1. if .X D mf: J il ,Aff-1 ' r .- .QN- Librarians and Student Helper Len to right: Mrs. Kupelian, V. Judkins, Mrs. Wagner. it Q9 D63 N Guidance , Secretaries . Seated, len to right: K, Noyes. Mrs. Chap- 6 in, Standing: L. Gagne, B, Baker, D. WH Walsh, D. Goodnow. x g FYEW WNQ X .V-' A P- WL U Delega tes B. Hilfrank. J. bois 71: 4' K ,I W 2323? 3 'ffm an Hrs: row, leh to right: D. Harris, R. Treni, L. Knight, K. Morton, Mrs. Mayo, S. Walsh, S. Chamberlain, D. Viveiros, K. Cibelli. Second row: R. Brill, K. Moreau, P. Kennedy, V. Harris, J. Bassett, E. Foster, K. Noyes, C. Willey, E. Trufant, R. Burns, P. Cerow, K. Dobson. As in the past, the guidance and office secretaries have been a great help to both Mrs. Chapin and Mrs. Mayo. They have helped keep the offices organized by running errands, answering the telephone, filing, and doing anything else they are requested to do. The secretaries have indeed proved themselves helpful to the school. Uffice Secretaries Language Lab Assistants Language Lab assistants have proved this year, as in the past, to be necessary assets to the organization of the Lan- guage Lab. They have been helpful to both teachers and students alike who wish to use our necessary resource center. First row, left to light: D. Twombly, Miss McCann, J. Merritt, K. Noyes, C. Greely, A. Taplin, B. D'Amico, K. Knudsen. Second row: N. Tolford, L. Hodgdon, K. Moreau, K. Tompson, E. Honan, K. Bryant, Mrs. Mathurin, A. Lowry. Utird row: .I. Parker, P. Williams, P. Youngs, R. Winslow, C. Thieme, J. McCubrey. vi aut! ' ll! Wfai at. tr'iitt J xx Executive Committees Sophomore Seated, lej? to right: George Berry, Keith Nicely, Cheryl Morris. Standing: Amy Taplin, Joyce Bassett, Elizabeth Harper, Karen Noyes. 82 Senior Seated, left to right: Karen Morton, Kathleen Dobson, Karen Nelson, Kimberlec Knudsen. Standing: Charles Nye, Charles Emerson, Patricia Kennedy, Michael Reali. l 'yn Hu il' Junior Seated, len to right: Peter Halliga Paul Richards, Jeffrey Maso Robert Burke. Standing: .lame McCubrey, Ambrose Berry, Benj min Russell, Linda Mills. Seated, len to right: Diane Walsh, Miss Bragg, Ann Adams, Miss Buck, Michelle Burnett. Standing: Jill Skillin, Joanne Sawyer, Karen Nelson, Ronald Stadden, David Horne, Thomas O'Donnel1, Jo-Ann Hyman, Kathleen Dobson, Kimberlee Knudsen. National Honor Society Old Members me--"""' Newly Inducted Members Seated, lef? to rigiu. Jo-Ellen Bois, Cheryl-mm Hyman, Barbara Sei del, Cheryl Burnett, Karen Morton. 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Nicely, P. Wood, M. Reali, D. Hilton, J. Mason. Second row: M. Mooar, N. Keen, R. Littlefield, P. Richards, W. Johnson, S. Sanford, R. Maguire, M. Keeley, R. Moore, C. Adams, P. Halligan, N. Keen, J. Sawyer, Coach Hill. Third row: J. Gregoire, C. Nye, M. Robinson, J. Mayo, M. Mayhew, C. Em- erson, M. Peterson, A. Jones, H. Noyes, J. Reali, R. Doughty, J. Parker, O. Lindahl. We are very pleased with the '71' season which had an overall record of 9-4-. With the advent of a good strong team next year there will be great horizons for soccer at Falmouth. Soccer Team Cross Countr Kneeling, left w right: R. Burke, B. Snow, P. Hayes, R. Burns. G. Manette. Standing: D. Horne, J. Cary, C. Jones, C. Whitney, Coach Lawler. The cross-country team, coached by Mr. Lawler, had a good season this year. While posting a record of 6 wins and 5 losses, they look for a promising season next year, led by returning letterman Paul Hayes. 87 Varsity Field Hockey The varsity team had a winning sea- son this year! Although we are losing several seniors, there will be a lot of good players moving up from the junior varsity squad. VMI?-:?2-1R':I:f:2fv" ' Kun.: kddfif' H 4 Q5 ' OO 6 O.. 2. Q A 09 'Vg' ,ooo X0 1 R' + X l Qxfyfc' fm: . V - .- , Xnzgosa ,pO'.O'0 Q it u ,f s - ., o- wl s P i N P OI' .wig M5 9 4 b.O,,,g5 50.0. XX 'tags .K x 2 5 ' 0, "os X xi 5 -X X X U O t tl t ' vl i v Kneeling, lebh to right: S. Balzer, J. Skillin, P. Halligan, M. Burnett, A. Adams, C. Burnett. Standing: A. Wal- lace, K. Moreau, K. Tompson, D. Ricker, B. Hilfrank, K, Knudsen, Coach Jones. -ef ' Q4 .x z t.,,. if Q, l il 1 . 3 Kneeling, leh to right: K. Hough, C. Creely, B. D'Amico, C. Ruby, D. Burnett, K. Halligan, S. Kent, B. Hil- frank. Standing: S. Blake, C. Hallett, E. Harper, E. Honan, L. Weickert, K. Noyes, K. 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Bean, M. Petersen, R. Cary, D. Feeney, R. Moore, P. Richards, R. Maguire, J. Reali, P. Halligan. Boys' Varsity Basketball The Varsity Basketball Tcam, under thc rule of Coach Fletcher, had a record of ten wins and eight losses. Mr. Fletcher, a renegade from Lincoln, Maine, has never had a losing season. The Varsity Team missed the tournaments by only one place. This year the Var- sity Team was good and next year's team also looks very promising. 92 Boys 9 ,IV Basketball Kneeling: Coach Rose. Standing, left to right: P. Youngs, B. Pierce, J. Jordan, W. Ziegler, T. Skillin, D. Hines, M. Mayhew, F. Thayer, L. Libby, R. Burke, B. Mayhew. l ,,,, l The members ofthe Junior Varsity Basketball team had a rather unique attitude this year, They thought they were as good as, if not better than, the other teams in the league so they didn't have to prove anything. They went out for basketball to have fung and from just watching them in their games, spectators could see that they were enjoying themselves. Although their record was not very im- pressive, they proved that competitive sports can be a lot of fun, even without winning. is if .- 9 ,I uni or Varsity Cheerleaders eh to right: J. Bassett, K. Tompson, S. Valsh, E. Trufant, K. Nelson. Although small in numbers, the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, led by Karen Tompson and Erlene Trufant, cheered faithfully throughout the season with an undying spirit. YB if 2 7 ki ,Fw- Varsity Cheerleaders Seated, kj? to right: D. Walsh, V. Harris. Standing: M. Gulick, D. Viveiros, B. Hilfrank, K. Morton- Head, D. Bassett, L. Cohen. C. Burnett. Under the leadership of Karen Morton, the Varsity Cheerleaders enthusiastically cheered throughout the season. With the help of more rallies, the spirit was great. rs GQ QVTPSHQ7 LJ 1 9 Q!! 1 9 Q, mx i 'WA il , wi ll Q ffm 9 Girls 9 Varsi t Basketball Seated: A. Wallace-Captain. Kneeling, leh Lo right A. Adams, K. Halligan, K. Burke, P, Halligan Standing: L. Knight, K. Noyes, K. Moreau, D Ricker, B. Hilfrank, S. Balzer, Coach Jones. The girls' varsity had a good team this yearg however, they missed a winning season by two games! They had a record of 5-7l The eral sophomores on the varsity team this year got a lot of experience which will benefit the team next year! gi. Qi . , . "AA ' '?f'7"-1,52 f ' r X .:'7f2'.f".':? .L -' .L H,5,.., V -ff92"'waf 5 , ' 1. 4. ' -521, , l"fit,axa, 97 . V. Girls ' Basketball Seated, lejl to right: L. Gagne, C. Ruby, B. D'Amico, J. Milliken, L. Payson. Standing: L. Knight, C. Morris, D. Wilson, S. Wachendorf, S. Arlander, E. Honan, E. Harper, N. Tolford, Coach Jones. The J.V. Girls tried hard this yearg but in spite of all their hard work they had a season of despair. With a record of 2-IO! However they learned a great deal from their mistakes and look forward to a better season next year! Nt' , pr 259-- JV N l sl 4 ' 2 A 3 N ff' lt t i , 0.2 Q VA K H, , QC I 'I GT .Q , 4' fx XX" I ' x,,f.f M 98 - '- his W 5 -1. f- Jugs.- -M we "I Hrs! row: V. Harris, J. Skillin, E. Pawle, E. Bullock, D. Feeney, J. Patton, K. O'Donnell, S. Lucous, D. Burnett. Second row: K. Moreau, J. Keith, C. Hutchin, 1. Pullis, L. Pawle, N. Taylor, R. Wissolick, K. Doane, M. Burnett, S. Reiche, K. Tompson, E. Honan. Third row: Coach Jones, A. Wallace, B. Hilfrank, C. Burnett, K. Halligan, L. Cohen, K. Noyes, K. Hough, C. Hallett, J. Benoit, P. Evans, J. Stroud. Girls ' Swimming Team Despite the 1971 season's disappointing record, the girl" swim team is optimistic about this current season. Led by Kathy Hough oanne Pullis, and Captain Michelle Burnett, the Falmouth Mermaids expect to improve on last season's accomplishments. Wim i " ' .:i.-fm-",.,v ...V e. . ,ff ' e' :--f. ref- f raw.-r ef " - fr qffdm. 15 1- 4 'H txt" M-UQ First row, left to right: F. Bean, D. Pallotta, G. Baker, R. Littlefield, W. Burke, D. Cole, K. Hanson, C. Porter, C. Baldwin, M. Mooar, W. Johnson. Sec- ond row: Coach Wheeler, R. Burke, T. Porter, F. Thayer, C. Adams, D. Doane, J. Cary, M. Robinson, M. Keeley, C. Nye, R. Ham, Cv. Newdick, P. Hayes, R. Hopkins, Coach Littlefield. Third row: W. Lancaster, M. Keith, C. Jones, D. Feeney, S. Sanford, D. Hines, M. Bowe, J. Lakin, W. Burke, R. Cary, B. Loring, T. Tolford, M. Petersen. The track team had an exceptional season in 1971. Falmouth posted a record of ten wins and one loss. ln addition to this the tra team once again won the Triple C Championship, and for the eighth year in a row won the Southwestern Maine, Class B Relay Cha pionship. Falmouth also placed runner-'up in the State Meet, again showing a fine performance. t L nl C ,I Boys ' Track A Team Q F is fi - X . ,ek First row, leak to right: K. Halligan, B. Hilfrank, B. D'Amico, E. Harper, K. Burke, C. Cibelli, P. Halligan, A. Adams. Second row: S. Chamberlain, D. Vi- veiros, S. Benoit, D. Smith, S. Balzer, C, Moore D. Twombly, C. Burnett, L. Mills. Third row: K. Moreau, K. Tompson, E. Morey, J. Arlander, L. Thom- as, J. Burke, K. Porter, C. Cooper, L. Payson, R. Taplin, Coach Jones. The girls established another fine record during the 1971 season. Under the guidance of Coach Jones, the team was bolstered by the experienced competitters and by some talented newcomers. Girls 9 Track Team , 'ff l. L S i l. - M 5 -Sw C ., X ' "lm, 5 Jli, ef., Mini, av-- Kneeling, le-H to right: A. Berry. F. Vorlicek, J. Mason. P. Farnum. Standing: P. Williams, B. Mayhew, M. Madeira. D. Harper, Coach Hoppe, B. Bullock, P. Noyes, C. Harris, J. McCubrey. Tennis Team Under the leadership of Coach Hoppe, the 1972 tennis team displayed more depth and talent than ever before, relying ,on all its elements for a highly successful year. L Hopes are running high for an improvement and a chance at a sometimes elusive league tournament, and a cadre of impressive si- ngles players pose a threat to the power of other area teams. By a combination of the two Mr. Hoppe and his players anticipate a warding season. J , Q. X I t e L . vii , 1 . 3, ' 'ii t 1 pi. ky 4- 3 1 If 'lb iff' 3.0 Golf Team A Leji to right: J. Parker, J. Mayo, F. Foley, B. Abram- son, K. Nicely, Coach Lathrop. The Falmouth Varsity Golf Team had a difficult season against an exceptionally strong Triple C League in 1971, finishing with six wins and twelve losses. In spite of the opponents' strength, five of the losses occurred in sudden death playoffs that leveled match points. The club won both its matches against Windham and Bonney Eagle, split with Go- rham, and Freeport, and suffered double losses to Scarboro, Lake Region, Yarmouth, Cape Elizabeth, and Greely. 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JUL I ' Q ' Nag? 10 Seated, left to right: J. Reali, P. Youngs, D. Blake, P. Halligan, S. Wright, R. Doughty, T. White. Standing: R. McDevitt, T. White B Fogg M May I O Q s 3 yt 5 Q M , 1 it L -I Baseball Team Baseball in 1971 had a poor season because we had a very young team and were subject to er rors ln 1972 we do have a young pitching staff that shows good promise with men such as sopho more Bob Doughty and junior Bill Ziegler. 'h. f f . v .2401 . -1. 4 as hew, J. Hammond, C. Emerson, P. Balzer, B. Hutchins, Coach Rose. f ! ,ln l in ' . I-4,-. , K X .I . i nv?-1 ls 4 Falmouth Athletes . "B!?"'N' 1' ' , f,., .1 I fu. , I l , 9 .,,e3 M 1' fiw ,,... ., , iA,5, t H- I " .. 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K K VV V-VV,-VV?VVVKKVVVVVV-VVVV,--.-1 VV -VVVKVV ,, ...,, K . ,.KK V K.,,,... KV --VV VVVV QV K , ,,..Hs5VV,,eV, .V , VV- -,-- V .V - KM-VVVK.-,,VV V. V , V-SVVVVVVV-VVV -- VV..V5--HVVVVVEV-Qs, ,--VV VVVV Vw--VV---V 'V' 1' - Vmmef , V, V -:V:,,1sV!?VVs?sVfVVV--,.- VV--fVVV-VVVV?VVVizV?2wVV.Vw V, ,V V V,-, VK-5 ,. V, , -VVVVMVV , V, VV-fs. K ...,, ,Q fl 1 is W K 4 i i 5 N .9 ' fi Ls? mn, W 3 Q. X.. I Only that day dawns to which we are awake There is more day to dawn. The sun is but a morning star. Thoreau '12 x . 'gififw WMM a QM 41" , gk, ,wwe x 1 'Q 1 ,W xg is .WNJM ' .W m,,.,,,,. . Mak ,,.., M I his is , 1 'J .N M 1-:Ml .V . " ' ymy- 5119 ',,,,. MW? Q mv .. U M L .f f ,J .M V , !1W"'Sw rw-nk - , ,,, ,. fi ,ml -z 11 - Ama " f' H ' , - ,W J' ,Q 1 2 y""w N T mnwmw 1- -Wim Patricia Albee .... Patricia Allen . . Ianc Arlandcr . . . Paul Balzer, Ir. . . Marie Basford .... Suzanne Benoit . . . Elizabeth Bernard .... Trudy Bickford . . . Claudia Bonscy . . . Michael Bowe . . . . 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Falmouth Alumni C Class of 1 9 71 . . . . .University of Maine - Machias . . . . . . . . . . . .Fuller's, Incorporated ................BowdoinCollege . . . .University of Maine - Portland ................Wasson'sGrove . . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . . . .Mrs. Douglas Marquis . . . . . . . . . . . .Housekeeper for Mr. and Mrs. David Elliott . . . . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ...........Thomas College . . . . . . . . . . .Westbook College . . . .Quoddy Moccasin Company .........PineManorCollege .................Maine Maritime Academy . . . .Central Maine Vocational Technical Institute .................George C. Shaw Company . . . . . .Valle's Steak House . . . ..... Bowdoin College ............Westbook College . . ..... 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At home H5 i E E I I S I fwsemaa ef ,,,. s 'f it 2- IWFV if to-swi,-is-sfasafaffzs-anQ:QM:11::i71'1ifii5 Sefelfll it -W K' A eglsshm, ASWEEXFWffiiiifiiviiimasefsiisfiamsG57la i - 1-ffl-wffr lf- ,et , ,L i ,L U ,...,, A.,, M 1, ,.t,..,-if -ffA- ,, ,-,s5,f:.,l.s,,.m,,E,,g,,,,,,,gggggg-kgggigggge a,15y.E,Migwe.,,g ,W -assasmfsigigg 5 539135325 ' 'km F-ff??:f?3"555f9flgZ S242 VA Q-WNFR:-:EZ lfxlkmdxfilixii W f521ssZ5z??Est?te55g2si5gfe?gQgs15pf ,gpg fsaieagarysi f- .M s . , if L, 7 ,, ,.,, . 3 they ..,,,, ns1M,fswwzssaffgil5gz efflsllszfiisi''5Zax34s?lf3?igf5?3if?lgf??Ksftgfgsarsws,,:m..,,.f,11, J , 1,1 is-1,-sw J--f:.-Nffrfs ff fff- ffrsag-wrfswfkzf:s1.s2sisseiiis?zzs4s?i1 15?s975?5fe9l'2t2"f55e-W -S fl.: , :f,,.a2gsg,, 'I 115 -Q75-211,12 :fp Aj rfffggfrzmsltf lffffflfs' 55Kiistz3273NE11fQ:Ewisseiiesi5ai xavimmznssagswasissassississsmwas,lsv.a:wfsnsss:Use,fiiHLs,,sa,:s,fa .. .s ss, as ,,,. s,fsi,s.,, is is lv. its Q.-fw-lemon-iwmsmsismew BUSINESS The Business Stff was challenged 34,500 this caused a great awakeningliofhiyouri committee. The 34,500 was indeed possible to raise, so we went to work. What you see on the following pages is what really makes this year's Crest. This kind of reality is only reached through financial help. It is our dedicated com- munity leaders who recognized a need, and with their help another edition of The Crest has gone to press. S As the community came to our aid, so must the students awaken to needs of our state and na- tiong for all of us must he conscious ofseach dayiss challenge and make sure we, at all times, iairefg doing our part. S i f- ff t 31317 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Halvdan Aase Harold Aaskov Louis Abboioni F. N. AbboH lcky Abramson Roberl' Adam Adams and Fogg Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Adams Ervin Adams O. H. Adler Albey Raymond Alliny R. Arlander Mrs. Gloria N. A+her+on Mrs. Wal+er Ausfin Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bailey, Jr. Philip Baker Waller Baker George Ballard Francis Barnicle Roy Barry Guy C. Bascom George Basse'H Crawford Bayer Mr. Rober+ D. Bean BCOSTERS OF Q Mr. and Mrs. Harold Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brink Mr. Bill Brown Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown Bruno and Bernie Mr. and Mrs. Bryani H. M. Bryani and Family Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Bullock, Jr. "Bumps" Mrs. Mariorie M. Burke Mr. and Mrs. William Burleigh ,- -s Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Beaudoin Mrs. M. Ronald Beinema George E. Berry Robinson Bidwell J. Warren Bishop Glenda Blake John Blasko Michael Bla szczyk Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. Joel Bois Allan L. Bonney Osmond Bonsey R. G. Bolkin Terre and Chuck Bourre Mrs. Eileen Bowley Mrs. Roger Boynfon Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Bradbury, Jr. The Bradfords .Mr Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs William Burnham Donald Burrell John S. Burrell Roberi Bur+ Cahill J. P. Ca meron Mr. T. Cardenfe Mrs. Chrys'I'al L. Carr Donald W. Carr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. . and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carson Roberi Carver John Cary MaH'hew Casale Roland Champagne George Chandler Lloyd Chandler M. P. Chandler Roberi Cheney Fred J. Chipman V651 Q ss l ,. I A A fo l , 'U' s. - w if? 0 101 s Alfred P. Chrisiensen Mr. and Mrs. Norris CiancheH'e Mrs. Jerry Cibelli Carlo M. Cimino Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clemons Mr. Gerald Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cole and Family Mr. and Mrs. Robbie E. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Orin Collins Mr. and Mrs. Cuddy Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conboy .James J. Cooney Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Copeland Dr. and Mrs. Allan Corey Mr. and Mrs. Donald Creighlon Mr. and Mrs. Sfephen Cunningham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cur+is Lucien Daigle Mr. and Mrs. John Daley Mr. and Mrs. William Daley Mr. Howard Davies Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Davis R. N. Davis and Family Mr. and Mrs. Jack Deering Mr. and Mrs. Donald Demmons Mr. and Mrs. Roberi Denah Mr. and Mrs. DePe+er Allison Devine Diane and Denise Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Paul DiBiase Richard Dieffenbach James DiPhilippo Carmine DiPie+ro Richard Dobson David Doughiy Mr. Earl Dough1'y Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W,al+er Drown Beniaimin Dudley Richard A. Dudley Edward Dunham Mrs. Edgar Dunnell Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Olivia Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Charles Edwards W. Russell Edwards Ellingwood David EllioH Gilberi Ellio++ Rober+ EvereH' T. H. Fahey, Jr. Philip Farin F. H. Farnum John A. Farrugia Fa+her of a s+uden+ Mr. Douglas Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. John Fia'I'o Mr. and Mrs. J. FinocchieHi Mr. and Mrs. Fischer OUR BOCDK lhlbqkl UMD Q ' -gf l 1 xi elf Q ,, V" .'. - vi A , 4. A Mrs. S+uar'r H. Flanders Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foley James Foley Harold Fosier Freclcles and Taunus Friends and More Friends Mrs. French Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold French Roberl' Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Aurel Gagne and Family Mr. and Mrs. WolcoH' Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rober+ B. Gannon A. Alfred Gendrolis Daniel Geichell Gilberl' Richard Gilman Mr. and Mrs. William Goddard The Goodnows Mrs. Donald Gove Mr. and Mrs. Sferling Granl' Mr. and Mrs. Michael Greeley and Family Richard Greeley and Family Mr. and Mrs. Grindle Mr. and Mrs. John Griskivich Mr. and Mrs. Gulian Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haibon Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Alfred H. Haley F. S. Haley David Halligan Richard J. Halpin Handy's Casey, Zap, Willie, and Lady Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. The Harpers The Harrises Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. The Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hanson Gardner Harold Harris Roberl' Harris Roberf G. Harris Mrs. Russel Hariley Harvey 9 , A J if .f THANKS FOR YCUR SUPPORT! The Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hea+ley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hennessey Mrs. Hennessey Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Henry Herb, Grover, Cleo, and Geri' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Herrick Miss Elizabefh Hewi++ Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hopkins William Hilfrank Leroy Hirvela and Linda Norman Hodgdon Viclor R. Holan Dennis Horfon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horfon Mr. M. C. Hoihen The Edward Hough Family Mrs. R. H. Howison Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howison Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hudson, Jr. The Rev. and Mrs. Rex Hudson Barbara Husfon Mr. and Mrs. Hufcheons Mr. and Mrs. George Hyde Curlis lngraham More Friends Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. IlJesll Mrs. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Dex+er Jackson Edward Jackson Raymond H. Jenkins Gerald Jensen N. Francis Jensen Bill Johnson Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Donald Joy Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Johnson Francis Johnson Marlin R. Johnson George Jones Melis Jongerden Tom Jordan Ralph Judkins, Jr. Ka-San-Al Farm Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs James Keeley J. Kemp Raymond J. Kerr Calvin Kimball Richard S. Kimball Mr. and Mrs.,John C. Kline Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klo+h Mr. S+even Klolh Mr. and Mrs. Chesler Knowles Mr. and Mrs. N. Richard Knudsen Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Lane Bob Lane Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs John LaBelle Gerald A. Lademan Laganas Rene Laliber+y Alfred Lakin . Andrew Lano Nick Langilo++a . JOhn R. LaPlan'I' Norman LaVerriere Douglas E. Lee Mr. Perley Leighlon Mr. Lemere Mrs. Bernard 'Levesq ue a nd Family Mr. and Mrs. Libby Mrs. Misor Lee Libby Mr. E. S. Li'l'+le Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lifllefield Mrs. Livermore Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Joseph L. Long Lindsay Lord Rober+ Low Donald Lowry Lawrence Lun+ William L. Lunl, lll . William MacDonald MacManus . John Madeira Gerald Mailman Mrs. Eleanor Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Maloney Manchesfer Samuel Mangino Manning Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Marshall Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Marfin Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manseau Adrian Marden John S. Marr Marshall Alberf Marfin Clarence Mason Mason Harold Mason and Family A Friend from Masf Road Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roberf May A Millard McCaslin ALexander McCracken, Jr. Donald McCubrey J. McCurdy Richard McFarland McKellor Gordon F. McKenney Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McLean Mr. and Mrs. Sfanley Munroe Mr. and Mrs. David P. Murdoch Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Neff Mr. and M,rs. Barreff Nichols Mrs. T. E. Nilsen Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. Norris Benneff Norfon, Jr Dwighf Norfon Loring W. Norfon Reginald K. Nye and Family Roberf Oakes James O'Gorman Donald Olen Frank Olsen Mrs. Milfon Ormerod Mrs. Harold Csgood John P. O'Sullivan Marian Parker Raynold A. Michaud Mr. and Mrs. R. Pafrick Miele Mrs. Mary Miller Julie Mifchell Meredifh Moffeff Mr. and Mrs. William M. Moody Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore and Family Mr. and Mrs. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pasfore Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Paffon Mr. and Mrs. Derek Payson Peace Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pearce Mr. Pelfon Mr. and Mrs. James W. Pelfon The Penney Family Mr. and Mrs. William Perry Mr. Pefersen Mr. and Mrs Roberf J. Pefersen Mr. and Mrs Ernesf Peffingill Mr. and Mrs Roberf C. Pfeffer Mrs. Roswell Pfeffer Mr. and Mrs. Pudge Phillips Mrs. Frances Mr. and Mrs. S Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Sfephen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. " -f Richard C. Moore Alberf Moreau Monfy Morey Morrell Francis Morris Kennefh Morrison Melvin Morrison Morse Woodbury Morfon Willis E. Mulkern Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Pineo Mr. and Mrs. . Thomas Plaisfed Poirier Mr. and Mrs. . Arfhur Porfer Bufler Praff, Jr. Cecil Priesf Bill and 'BeHy Procfor Mr. and Mrs. William Prosser Mr. and Mrs. William Pullis The Purdy Family , . u x F' i THANKS FOR LET? YOUR HELP! 1 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Quinn The John Rands Sco++ and Shelley Ranger Dr. and Mrs. Ferris Ray Mr. and Mrs. Amadeo Reali Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reiche, Jr. -Ellsworlh A. Rendall Mrs. Norma Reynolds Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards C. F. Richardson Q Z cg: ' fr " 9 60 W , 0 9 Kenneih Smilh Mr. and Mrs. Rimlcunas Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Roberls Mrs. Roberlrson Mr . and Mrs. George Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodway, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ross G, H, Spaulding' Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Rubery Miss Spaulding Mr- and Mrs- EI'f19S+ Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sladden Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Sladden Mr. and Mrs. John J. Russell Ronnie Sfadden Mr. and Mrs Harwood Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sfephenson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ryan Mr. and Mrs. G. EllioH Sliclcney Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sliffler S+iIl More l:rler1dS Mr. and Mrs. Mark Slimson Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sanborn Mr. and Mrs. George Slowell Mr- and Mrs Waller Sanborn Mr. and Mrs. Richard S+. Pierre MV- and Mrs Ralph Sangillo. Sf- Mr. and Mrs. John C. Slroud Mr- and Mrs Herberr Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Reber+ S+ul+s Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Scheuchzer Mr, and Mi-5, Richard Sudds Scoll and Mark Mr. and Mrs. Karl Swilzer Mr. and Mrs. Day+on Serber Mrs. Lena Severance Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Tainler Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shiers Mr, and Mi-5, A, Tang'-edi Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Silloway Mr. and Mrs. James Taplin Mr- and Mrs Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Neal W. Taplin Mr. and Mrs. Silver Mrs. William A. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. George A. Slcillin Dr. and Mrs. William A. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. A. Elliolrl' Small Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor D- Smilh Mr. and Mrs. P. Tenggren Mr- and Mrs. Floyd Smllli Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Thayer Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smi+h Mr, and Mi-5, Tibbe++5 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tibbells Z K, I Dr. and Mrs. Timolhy I Dr. and Mrs. William Tolford i QD 0 gig :ef l-looRAY ' i "Lf 'T 'j' FO R ll 3 Un ouR BOOSTERS! GX N 1 'E ii .,'lQ'.lflf'Wg lu G K w o V V Q' 0 D C Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Miss Maggie Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Walker Henry Treni Earle Trulanl George C. Twombley Viclor Udall Alberl T. Ullerslrom, Jr. . Theodore Vail Carroll Vining Philip Wadsworlh H. F. Waile Wakelin Henry Walden Mrs. Roberl C. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace Jodi-Ann Wallace Mr. and Mrs. John A. Walls Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Walsh MR. and Mrs. Tom Walsh Mr. Arlhur C. Warburg Mrs. Guy Ward Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Webber Frederick Wells Arlhur Wescoll William Wheeler Andre While Mrs. Foresl E. While Mr. and Mrs. Harry While T H A N K S T O A L L Q3 v 'fy Mr. and Mrs. Howard While Miss Nancy While Brian Wiles Mrs. A. B. Wiley Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Berlram Willey, Jr Gardner Williams Roger Williams Lawrence Wilson A. H. Wilson Carroll M. Wilson Roland Wirlhs Leonard Wood William Wood Roger Woodman Mrs. Philip Yerxa Miss Lois J. York Mrs. Mary York Z F on :1 O. Z 1 2" 7' 1 -4 O : : :D WCC VTZOFU-IP-U ll! QSNQBJ A P G g Us W 0 G f 2-' . U ri' JF -IX-fl . n ll Tk Q T.-T-A Q A 'U' l A, U il' , J 'X V btqgxi. l WIN -4 T ...SJ ss Q - - l D Q ., 1 . Q m i ' y u I Q ! lly 'V D I 3 Q ,f l L 1- ,"'e.' l f . , GTQ an ' its , Q9 123 me I 'Y 4 Congra1'ula+ions +0 -E '+ h-"QQ -..,...,N,N .. . , w. wQuM-L"-... Ourselves from fri- ,, -,,. A ,. THE CLASS OF '72 -xv ,F I , 1 f 1 Congrafulaiions +o fhe Class of '72 from ALL YOUR T , , ,, i i.fi,., V' L W Q ..wQfQ.a" W V fi4fw1Z'ff,'5f?5?: ' , .f - A ,. M A J' . ,assi ,QN W " 4:25594 W- N f. ,gwf --'- ,, ., . ' W . . , . " --fmsasffifz-i:f.L, "WH-I 6 4,57 W -3 gn' fx 2, , L' LQ W? I 7 1" 1, 5 ' gh :Jef If'iuW g ,3s,Jsfgf?gvp' , ' 9251:-a.,L ,+df,w 'Y fl N f ,, ,,,, , ., .,,, -.f ,. I ,, - --V ,,. ,f tw ,L ' V ,, www .V - H' 1 ,' N ffausf-,J 3 1ff ,., X J CONGRHTULHTION S F M o E Eg' IQ. so CLUB' Q... 4 G5 ,Q TO THE g CLASS OF 72" 4 xvi fva J fam K. o S B ,LR 0 E JL agile , I . L O IL MQ GU fb if fisof . If +A I L Hd M com :men S X, R - , . . O 2. 6 ni one VFSOQ Complimen+s of MR. AND MRS. ' EDWARD L. GULICK, III BEM ERO'S VARIETY 899 BrigI1I'on Avenue Por+IancI ITALIAN SANDWICHES PATENT MEDICINES OPEN 7 DAYS 7 A.M. - I2 P.M h XX-I HANDY BOAT SERVICE and 'rhe GALLEY Res'rauran'r Falmou+hFo d 0 NORTH...SOUTH... EAST...WEST... MOVING WITH CARE... EVERYWHEREQ 'f Q . i:IEI2IgIi?I?raII.E,..E.fi.I:.sia' -via f,, .7664 ,iff "W ' 1. ' ' I 'wr . - 'a I ,M T Ali I N I lil l mivlvrsmwfn.n..mgn:m-mnL'I:m-2.2' - s5liQ2'l?A.f' v3?fI'Qff.ifYf6fY-2535" --fl" ' - - ' I' H" .Eg '-11 '-'LEE' ' 'M ' "'i'l.?5431 LOCAL 0 LONG - DISTANCE OVERSEAS - STORAGE FREE ESTIMATES EARLE W. NOYES 84 SONS 34 CoH'on S+ree+ Por+land, Maine 772-4645 AUTHORIZED AGENT United Van LE CERCLE FRANQAIS ANDREW P. IVERSON, Pres. and Trees. Complimenis of SCRIBNER 81 IVERSON, INC. ROGER W. HANSON Res. Tel. 797-3475 Plumbing and Hea+ing 64 Union S+ree+ Porfland, Maine Telephone 774-6I67 DONALD O. MCCUBRE Res. Tel. 78l-2226 Y GOOD LUCK +o +he CLASS of Arm H 415 30.1.17 We Q-fy s 2' Ei' W. 2 1 U N15 From 'rhe N afional 0I7Of' g 1. '72 harader J.: rsin moi C nd Jin cgnl- :I-zzrfi IPC i C 0112 ' , S ars ip, Cehwnanr J.. U' , a 53 riahfl I 3 Ll.-Q.. wfzgqaf 00' Complimenfs is E from Hue 'v .. VIIV A.,., I K l z r Z 1 ? 0 , Y l LATIN CLUB Q 1 ' o 5 5 5 L 5 L,L ' 1 f 15'-'l R f 2 l ' Q , . Q ,,,',Q....,..4'A . , gl' i. Ida t Vrkk 3 -' .. ' C - 24? 'ZQQQP ' 4 BLAIR AND TRU DY'S BIRCHWOOD RESTAURANT U.S. Roule I Yarmoulh Congra'lula+ions +0 The The Class of I972 Fine Bes+ in From Your Local Woodworkers Cuslom Kifchens Furnifure J. W. MARTIN Cusiom Woodworking 66 Foreside Road, Falmoufh Telephone 78I-4509 Q TH E CARRIAGE LANTERN The Hallmark Sfamp of Qualily ' 1 Waferman Drive ' The Shop So. Por+land, Main "Wl1ef9 The Ve"Y Be5+ "The Friendly Gif+ Sl'ore" lS JUSl' for YOU" Pine Tree Shopping Cen+er Porlland, Maine YARMOUTH DAIRY JOY 1' 9 Congralulales +he CLASS of '72 Q4 Ql4v.q,7d- I I-I Main Slreel' a+ Roule :lil Complimenls of RANDALL 8: MCALLISTER "The besl' in healing fuels for over IOO years" Telephone: 774-4554 May Our Service To You Be Your Slandard Of Measure EASTERN BOOK CO. WHOLESALE Boorc JOBBERS 5-I 131 Middle Sfreef 'gn SERVING . . . PORTLAND, MAINE 04112 SCHOOLS X L'BRAR'E5 Tele hone 774-3334 soox STORES p Complimen+s +0 The CLASS OF VILLAGE CAFE Restaurant ITALIAN AND AMERICAN Foons l06'Newbury S+ree1' Por+land, Maine Telephone 772-5320 I-f - , , .Af 34'-f f- . '- w qi "M -4 -N, il , ' ' " ' ,,, .Af 5 1 "' 1 f 5 il Y ' X ,x . ,. f ,frm . -- --4"""'Y:. . L 9'-in if N ' v 5 ' 4' ff 1 .157 I' f " '.J.?"LEA.' MLXQXNE ELECTQQNXCS fra. ' Q w 'mf V ' . , , . , .. .4 png, A ,Q Lmjr. , M, A 3-,-.. I 71.351-1 ww' - V , , W Maewi' ccMMUwcAv.:sN5 g xvucQowAvE LYNX-QS - Y 4 ' an Hzmwmw- W' ' ' -1-13: . 1ix..4f:-- Ty, , . sem X I A my V , w - M Q A N M:m M M ' - 1. 1 VQWMH- ,gy J, ' f , -Y 'J .95 - 1 , . . 'X 'Vx Af' :wif-'g" 1 if .. if .CNG 2ANc.a vssw' svrss g6fSlGT-YBEVELOPMENT R, G. H A R R I S A "1 A s s o c n A 1 E s 1' ' 1 fr ' v f-J Y 'QU gr U im. f , XM 133+ xg 4 , 'VQL . H' 4, P o n T L A N o E I , A . ,, ' .X f r 1 fps , -A-A Wx f-if -- Y A xg 1 M A I N E ' ,, , ,,,, . .7 'M-5 -X i, li- rl .. I ' "WP" , ,' -' ' f 1' E'uaa.fMsm' CONViL3T.TFWNG 'EST .-NE'svAfUAT1oN'J Vw wif'-77 ffk w 7 wg' Q, . W W , ov 'f ' , Q 'L V- . O 1 ' 'g Q 5,1531 14 , W 9 - J w . -ir: NXRF f ' '55 1 1 x 1 W-I FABRVCAUON-ASSEMBLV qi? new com -rssv,..svAn.uAnoN LH- NTOYJS7 Y Vn FV?-MANQ A-' yggi .,,., zwup W ' Q J - W ' FT ' W I I1 V- W' , w . i H .Y I . . .-. Hn' v . x . 4 . Y , A, J , -nullull' Qi , Y . . Q - V V X , . V . . A , , . V' jug U'.M,,,f,4..1. W 7 'X 2,35 30,1 2 L' Lmallme LABOPIVYORY ' Henman 1NsT'QIiFfEJHWUN' 7 Til Y 374 U.S. Roufe I, Falmou+l'1, Maine . . . Congra+uIa+es THE CLASS OF '72 A, Bt' MOTEL We Have Apprecia+ed 'rhe Help of FaImou+h High School S+uden+s in Main+aining and Opera+ing Our Business over 'rhe Years. THANK YOU! OUR BEST WISHES AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! Hgme Made ' Fresh Native Sousoge Ice Cubes TOWN LANDING MARKET Falmouth Foreside mw J We Deliver Tel. 781-2128 Complimenis of DAIRY QU EEN BRAZI ER Air-Condifioned InsicIe Sea+ing Dining brazief funds RouI'e I For Quick Pickup FaImou+I1 Phone Ahead 78I-3660 CREST QLASS co. "You give us a break: we'll give you a pane. ' Au+o Glass lns+alled ' Mirrors ' ' House Glass Repaired ' Pla're Glass Replaced ' Sliding Glass Doors ' Combina+ion Windows and Screens Repaired ' 909 BFOGCIWGY So. Por+land Call 799-0397 FALMOUTH'S I n RESTAURANT DINO, INC. Roufe :PFI PAUL H. DANTOS, MGR. Falmou+h, Maine O4IO5 CONGRATULATES The Graduafing Class of '72 The Dan+os Family 53 COMPLIMENTS U Q LQ? A A Lirf 1651-lv 5 , U- FRIEND E1 G' ff,D Congra'rula'rions +o 'rhe Class of I972 Y 9'-l9 9l91' sa A , v :nil 5 -fl ' ' Q K --Nbif, tl- . r ,A 14 I IZ! 'yi' fi, K I- ..y' I f ,r L A X as-'siX O f E'-Q. 93 ss 44 X ' 5 K , -J h Q Q ! y sf K . If N 1 6 CHAPLIN CADILLAC OLDS Service is our Firs+ Concern R+. IHII a+ Depo+ Road Falmoufhl Maine 143 Compliments of the FALMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT FALMOUTQ1 FIRE DEPT, L WWW? W JCWZMWW W76 HMM W 46 Reliable! Safe! Fun!... When you are looking for safe de- pendable snowmobiling fun, Moto-Ski has the machine for you -from the light and lively CADET to the exciting CAPRI, small enough to handle easily, large enough for a comfortable ride. Next is the all around pleasure machine, the ZEPHYR. Then comes the delux package from Moto-Ski, the MS-18. Followed by the sportiest of Snowmobiles, the GRAN D PRIX. NOW ON SALE AT ANY OF OUR 130 DEALERS THROUGHOUT NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND Rockwell Disl:ribul:ors,lno. U.S.Rouuel,Ybrmoul:h, maine CoNeRATuLAT1oNS CLASS oF '72.! v W Cs p Two mane. C?9 yeolrso P N ball J 7552 fllwbm Gln C' 0 T qi '7- CU gli L, m 'U Q LAS5 QpTT,q I g J p IIIe I Th Computer I Center DIVISION OF PROCESS INCORPORATED 366 U. S. Route I - Falmouth, Maine O4IO5 atv 1 I -P 4- 1 X 14k mQ'n9 SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE 04106 l Nearly 50 stores now open l Comfortable 72 year-round temperature I A shopping city under one roof l Maine Turnpike, Exit 7, South Portland l Free parking for 5000 cars l Easy to reach from any direction ALL STORES OPEN 9:30 TO 9:30 MON. THRU SAT. 'I47 48 HOWARD A. PEARCE ASSOCINIES Represenfing Uni+ecI OF OMAHA Iv1uI'uaI OF OMAHA SECURITY IS OUR BUSINESS Sfarewide Service Offices Por+Iand - Lewisfon - Waierville - Bangor - Presque Isle The Mc-:rfs SI1op,Iqc. , fn-Ulm Women and .Boys Westbrook Soco Freeport MORSE, PAYSON 8a NOYES INSURANCE OFFICE 797 2883 Res 781 3737 3 Q, fx-36 U, W A JAKE WEBB . ' REALTOR GREATER PORTLAND A-15533. 4 Mnmmmunwu 5 REALTY 94 AUBURN ST., PORTLAND MAINE CARL'S MOBIL STATION CARL MORRISON, PROP. 299 FORESIDE ROAD - FALMOUTH FORESIDE, MAINE 04105 DIAL 781-2126 AAA - ALA - AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE- LAWN MOWER SERVICE MAINE TRAINING STABLES, INC. INDOOR RIDING RING BOARDING - TRAINING - INSTRUCTION CQNQRATULA TIONSL xv CLASS OF' ,725 x We 21. cfzoss THAT amoez-: WHEN Mis ' ,K C Em rr. - 'T 'Nm N7 Mm E E - INR QFO --- S leap? THE PERIWINKLE a+ Pine PoinI' GIH Shop - Luncheon Served Daily Open JuIy-Augus+ 149 0 SAM'S MARKET Halian and Hoi' Mea+ball Sandwiches +o go Full Line of Groceries Sub. Posi' Office - R+. 302 - Pride's Corner I25 Bridg+on Road - Wesibrook "You've +ried 'rhe res+g now fry +i1e bes+." Congratulations from Yerxak-center for Garden Care, Homelite Products, Toro Lawnmower and Snowthrower Products. RAYMGNES J. KERR Manufaciurers' Represen+a'I'ive E li liruaidxmx. Si xuih I'imliiiliiriixiiliirdirliri, vi' i 9 I-X Rugs and Uphoisfery Cleaning C0rT1piimen+s 4' i inf in your home of 0' I a I lr-N : DURA CLEAN A I"-1' FRIEND we 8 797-2229 5 '- i--Q XX wx TENDER CRUST BREAD Xb., N' x fx JQWWYM Baked by NlSSEN'S H"s Nicerg i'r's Nissen's. A NEW DIRECTION IN MAINE BANKING , NORTHEAST BANK Z OF wEsTBRooK C NORTHEAST BANKSHARE ASSOCIATION BridgI'on Road, Wes+brooIc, Maine 04092 207!797-2444 CongraI'uIa+ions Io 'rhe CIass of '72 from NOYES TIRE COMPANY Maine, New Hampshire, Vermon+ -1 BesI Wishes I'o I'I1e W , CLASS OF I972 ' from I'I'1e : WILLIAM H. SOULE CLUB FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CompIimen+s of HUBBS ENGINE COMPANY 333 U.S. RouI'e I Marine, Indus+riaI, and Truck Diesel Engines Also Gasoline Engines EDDlE's VARIETY NK, ITALIAN SANDWICHES MEATBALL SANDWICHES PIZZA VARIETY OF SANDWICHES CALL 797-4796 arsl+y lu STUDENT COUNCIL Complimenfs of DR. RAYMOND LEBEL 4 ,. f .. n 4 commercial printing -1 T H.MAINE P . WWYWZ A DIVISION OF SCOTT PAPER COMPA WESTBROONMAINE O-4092 NY OJAGUXR - PEACE - 6 PERFORMANCE MOTORS, INC. u.s. Rou+e I - Falmou+h "And O+her Fine Mow Cars" FALMOUTH PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY ERLE C. WEBBER, B.S., Reg. Pharm. l8bUSR+l FI +hM I: D I D I 78l 2I I2 MAIN LINE FENCE co. . 272 Middle Rd., Cumberland Cen'rer, Me. O402I 207-829 5549 C pI I of SERVICE OIL CO., INC. ad BSSOCIBEQS 383 stevens avenue, portland, maine 04103 BLUE ROCK INDUSTRIES 58 Main Street Westbrook, Maine MAI is on the grow! 9 9,w 4 ui Nh'-of Ql ll I Make -- l L There is opportunity for you in lVlaine...for higher education or for jobs in lVlaine's growing and diversified field of industry and business. Maine your business WM. O. BURLEIGH ELECTRIC 27 Town Landing Road Falmouth Foreside, Maine 04105 Sales - Westinghouse Appliances - Service Yacht and Boat Wiring a Specialty Residential and Commercial Wiring MUTUAL SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. DONALD D. REGIER - General Agent Falmouth Shopping Center Falmouth, Maine 04105 781-5414 Life - Health - Student Plans and Group Insurance "Security is our middle name." 6 THE SERVICE BOOK BINDERY I32 Washinglon Avenue Por'IIand, Maine 04IOI Specializing in Wedding FELS COMPANY, INC. 390 Presumpsco+ S+ree+ Poriland, Maine Mechanical Engineers Invi+a+ions and Announcemen+s and A C I' I Napkins - Ma+ches - ccessories on TBC OPS Complimenls of FALMOUTH JAYCEES Join I'I1e Young Men of Aclion MeeI's Isl and 3rd Thursdays 8 P.M. Falmouih Jaycee Communi+y Building II2 Gray Road Falmouih DAY'S CRAB MEAT Yarmoufh, Maine Phone 846-587I SOU LE GLASS AND PAINT COMPANY 'I57 Pepsi-com sELTzERs.RYDi-ioi.M DISTRIBUTORS, INC. BoTTLERs or PEPsi-c:oLA AND SEVEN-UP 250 Canco Roacl ' Por+land, Maine 04l03 ' Tel- ,.,o -.:.g.g.g4. X -"'rs:1:1:f5Sg::1:w:- ' 11315153.21-. -N Q. mu X. . '1:15:52:Q:3:5:2:f:f:::5:5:l'-'4g:-2-'-"1.::5:'.2:2":2:Q:: ' 5:f:2:f:7 "'i'4f1:1:i:2:5!-:ns :,:::::: -'-'-:g:-:if 1.1.3.4 -- -.41 9'5'?E1.- :22:5:fz2:g5:5:2:f:2:--zlgigigin ""' .-393-22:32:1:1: 12s5Hr'E:E2:5:E:E1s.-.7 . . 222:g.g:i:1:g:35g:-:1155:-v,.g:3g .,,, .'.-.-.-.,,x,,.,4Z,,,M.,,,,9 '15 I 773-4258 the "in" ploce for the lively ones! Slriclly zero cool . . . where all lhe fashion-mindecl iuniors are making The scene lo swilched-on happenings. ll's aslore wilhin a slore . . . a place 'ro meel and mix . . . lo browse ancl feel al home. PORTEOUS . . . IN DOWNTOWN PORTLAND There's No Place Like SMITH FARM for Dining Oul--Parlies-Banquefs For Special Reservalions, Telephone 797-3034 Poriland N0l'+l'1 or Roufes 26 and I00 Turnpike Exil' IO JUST DROPIN -f. -..-,of BARON XWALTZ 2 D +A . . g 24hr emergency service C " 799-2228 "One Call oes I l . . . Plumbing . . . Healing . . . Elecfrical . . . Remodeling . Refri era+ion . ' a : Complimenls of FOX LU M BER COMPANY Convenien+ Loca+ions Por+land Brunswick Bridglon Kennebunlc Compliments of KING'S DEPARTMENT STORE 60 E 'il MARK sTlMsoN Assocumas L REALTGRS 8l3 WasI1ing+on Avenue 753 Main 5+,ee+ Porfldnd. Maine 04l03 Sou+h Porfland 04I06 OTTUMWAY FARM KENNELS 77 Falmouth Road A.K.C. Registered SI. Bernords PUPPIES STUD SERVICE GROWN STGCK 781-2641 Complimen'Is DESMOND 81 PAYN All Forms of Insurance E, INC. "The old gray cape" herber'I weber 366 U.S. Roufe I Falmou+h Congra+uIa'rions Class of l972 real es'raI'e brokers 'Freeport me. 04032 207-865-6365 846-5736 Telephone 775-2305 1 AUTOMOTIVE DISTRIBUTORS ACCESSORIES - REPLACEMENT PARTS - EQUIPMENT MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 351 Marginal Way Portland, Maine 04101 Realms MuI+ipIe LIS+Ing HUMPTY DUMP-W TI-IE LEIGHTON AGENCY POTATQQ CHIP CO' 772-5966 ReaI+ors Scafb0:IIiaII. Me- Complimen+s of PIZZA KING III for TIRES YarmouI'l1 ' Allen s Corner Porllancl JORDAN'S GREENHOUSES Home of Flowers Sou+I1 Main Slreel Telephone 865-6961 FREEPORT, MAINE Flowers for all occaslons Nigl'II's 865-6728 62 When You THINK of Prinfing - Call BRYANT PRESS I YOUR PRINTING COUNSELLORS BaxI'er Boulevard - 772-0I27 - Porfland, Maine Specializing in "CENT" SNAP-OUT Forms HE BOOK AND YARN BARN I Good SeIecI'ion of Books, BQB'S MQBIL Yams- C'eWeI- Rugs- ek' owner and Dealer - Bos BUCHANAN FaImouI'I1 Shopping Cenfer 78'-47I2 U.S. RouI'e I - FaImouII'1 78I-983I THE FASHION STORE FOR THE WOMAN AND THE JUNIOR MISS CASUAL COLONY h A 81 W FAMILY RESTAURANT Falmouth shopping Center R+. No. I, SouII1 of Exi'I' 7 F I I1 M ' Gmoui ' Cine Sou+I1 PorI'IancI, Maine CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I972 ANDOVER INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS CompIimen+s I of MARY CARTER PAINTS 887 BrigI1+on Avenue Por'I'Iand, Main Good Luck CompIimen'Is of PRATT-ABBOTT Cleaners Launderer PorI'IancI - Sou+I1 Por+Iand - Wes+brooIc "Come Clean WiI'I'1 Us" If eele CompIImen+s of K V f v ' PINELYNE FURNITURE 5 Rou'I'e 302 Norfh Windham Ioscm , Freeport x,g wggf,g .i 3157.-w. COMMERCIAL DISTRIBUTORS Portland, Maine RCA wHmLPooL 64 NELSON'S MUSIC Hammond Organs Steinway and Wurlitzer Pianos FALMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER 781-4822 For the Very Finest Quality Foods Shop I L 1 ff Q It 'fi fl ,V ,-, fkf 1 XL .,,,- . to fr ,X , Sgr ' V 'ssys am., --'- ..., . A , T . , ' I , 'Q " " wif :M..AmQM.is.Mfv ssvswrsg swfiqfszgu-.v rs-sW,a.ar- r"f1.-f1f."rf'1 -F ,,- i, ,..., 5, . .W,:,,W,,,,,. KW- I Q ' sum H x 1 I M M . f-w:::z'x'2'T'f,,, ,gi .f'if::.n ., v A : ,1f"'2a-, N 1 i , .. ,-fl ,.N,. ,, .,-: fi-'Z . S. .1 . .. 'fi f - - "tat . ' -r P -,s-- as H-sf mv KW-- ,,,L in F KLM, .. ..,, A K , . , Ki Al: .. g A ,,,:',,,,,,, ,, K .5,. I ., I , H- 'W , gi Located in the FALMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER Route iil Falmouth W. L. BLAKE 81 CO. Mill and Industrial Supplies Portland, Maine HARRIS Your Key to Heating Comfort 202 Commercial Street on' co' Portland 772-8304 Citgo Service ESTABLISHED l9l5 CHRISTIAN G. KRAGELUND Real Estate Kragelund Building TELEPHONE: 463 Congress Street 773-5984 or 773-3646 PortIancI, Maine A. L. STEWART 81 SONS Maine's Largest Canner of Fruits and Vegetables Falmouth Shopping Center Falmouth, Maine Compliments of ALLEN, STERLING 8: LOTHROP COCA-COLA "S+erling Qualify" Seeds BOTTLING PLANT, INC. Falfli.lli++ll'r.,il.Q:,lleoulim-'lnos Farm and garden Supplies COKE TAB FRESCA , bl5 Main Sfreel' Sou+l1 Porilancl, Maine CMP MERRILL TRANSPORT CO. lO37 Foresl Avenue Porfland, Maine , E 80113 RUDY'S MARKET fl7HRWfz1f1s' The in 505 Washington Avenue ONE HQUR MART-lNlZlNG Quality Meof and Groceries Af Longfellow Sq., Poriland, Maine 772-9342 A+ Bradlees, Wesibroolx, Maine 772-9631 854-8323 ELM GIL 81 ICE CO. BRUNl'S MARKET 30 Washingfon Avenue Groceries Mea+s Por+land, Maine lfalian Sandwiches Furnace Oil Range Oil l22 Washing+on Avenue Fireplace Wood Porfland Telephone 773-569I Complimenls of MARTIN'S FCCDS "When You Care Enough 'ro Serve lhe Very Bes+" HAROLD R. DYER, owner Tel. sbs-eioo Complimenfs of DR. MALCOLM W. CASS DYER'5 RADIO AND TV OPTOMETRIST 547-A Congress Sfreef Por'I'land, Maine 04IOI , T I Elecfromcs 775 0 9 . e 64 Sales-and-Service 46-48 Main S+ree'l' Freeport Maine 04032 16 YUDY'S TIRE CENTERS CompIimenI's of NORTHGATE TULSA PORTLAND WESTBROOK 84 Auburn S+ree+ DAMARISCOTTA LEWISTON Por+IancI, Maine BIDDEFORD FRANK AMATO'S I379 Washingion Avenue Telephone 797-55I4 The OriginaI - s+iII 45 cen+s GOODALL TREE EXPERT CO 25 Gray Road Falmou+h CompIimen+s of WILLIAM GOODMAN AND SONS SHOPPING NOTES Yarmoufh, Maine I ph 797 227: TI 797 62l3 DANIELS FLOOR COVERINGS -The Besf in Floor Coverings- "The Young PIace Io Be" HARMON MOTORS, INC. 570 Washing+on S+ree+ Auburn, Maine Fiai Sales and Service 338 AIIen Avenue P9f+land. Maine Phone: 783-9I9I DON DANIELS 04I03 Phone: 783-9I92 Compliments of BUDGET RENT-A-CAR OF PORTLAND 774 1401 7' Bes+ Wishes From GAMAGE PHARMACY SEBAGQ TRADING POST Nor+i1Windham, Maine PRIDE'S CORNER BOWLING LANES Family Recreaiion Cenier U.S. Rou+e 302 Wesfbrook, Maine 70 OAKHURST DAIRY RlNG'S GAS 81 HARDWARE CO Bottled Gas - Appliances 364 Forest Avenue H Portland, Maine crdwore Housewares "For Quality Dairy Products YARMOUTH Call 846-5503 772-7468" We give S 8- H Green Stamps Compliments ot MW 507 Congress Street, Portland, Maine ,Millcreelr Shopping Center, So. Portland, Maine Northgate Shopping Center, Portland, Maine Maine Mall, So. Portland, Maine Founded by Henry H. Hay 1841 HA'Y'S DRUG STORES Portland, Maine CONGRESS SQUARE STORE Compliments ot M ' 's Leading SporQ:fGoodSS,ore FRANK M. BROWN co. SPORTING GOODS Paint- and Painting Supplies- C Electricial Supplies-Appliances JAMES BAll'EY CO" lN ' Wholesale and Retail A-ll-lLETlC SUPPUES I2 Free St. Portland, Maine 04l I I Portland Tel. 774-6635 773-479' The Bes+ of Wl'1a'r Maine Cffers Sfeaks - Seafood - Halian Foods Businessman's Luncheon Sl.25 Au+o Tops and Uphoisfering i , Q 777 Foresf Avenue K Porfiand, Maine 772-075' Cocldails Dancing Nigh+ly I2 Commercial S+ree+ Por+iand Maine ROMIE'S VARIETY I4I Main S+ree+ Yarmou+h, Maine GREAT ITALIANS SUPER-SONIC CAR WASH 1 139 Forest Avenue Portland, Maine Tel. 797-7283 "The Birthplace of Clean Cars" HARQLD SOUI-E'S THE SIGN OF THE OWL SALES-DATSUN-SERVICE Woodford 's Square Poriiand, Maine Dis+inc+ive Gif+s Creafive Play+i1ings 86 Main S+ree+ Yarmouih, Maine 72 Oil Burners Heating Oil WALKEIPS RICHARD P WALTZ PLUMBING 81 HEATING CO. 536 Wa5I'In9+0n Avenue Route 1 Falmouth, Maine P0l'fl6Hd. Maine P. O. Box 1037, Portland, Maine Tel. 772,28QI Telephone 781-2125 X f General Plumbing and Heating Repairs 1 . Say It With Fresh Flowers From SKILLIN'S GREENHOUSES Garden Center - Landscape Planting - Gift Shop Quality in All Cut Flowers, Corsages, Potted Plants Wedding and Funeral Work Falmouth Foreside Phone 781-3860 Brunswick Phone 442-81 1 1 JOHN A. SKILLIN, Class of 1948 DAVE SKILLIN, Class of 1955 B. H. BOOKER HARRIMAN'S IGA JEWELERS FOODLINER Freeport, Maine Yarmouth, Maine Compliments of Best Wishes to the Class of '72 FROST MIMEOGRAPHING COMPANY PINE TREE PAPER CO., INC. 266 Middle Street Portland, Maine CHARLES P. HARRIMAN MANAGER PUTNAM, COFFIN 8: BURR DIVISION 431 CONGRESS STREET STW PORTLAND, MAINE 04111 . :f:f:.:D.':::. 42071 774-1473 - YARMOUTH FUEL COMPANY Serving NO. YARMOUTH - CUMBERLAND - GRAY - FALMOUTH - POWNAL 55 Main Street - Yarmouth, Maine - Tel. 846-5507 Oil Burners - Heating Oils - Coal - Burner Service - FREEPORT l 5 Tit ste? OM . , ,gf A E A C . ,.... :NE .....A f ,, . N, I A X 4r - ' 4 0 PAPER PARAPHERNALIA if A O, Poimm, 7 'I 79 mvenslns smear I5 Exchange Street ' S WT PORTLAND- MAINE Located in the Portland, Maine 04l ll Old Port Exchange Telephone 774-3I25 74 Compliments Com liments of P of DANISH PASTRY Cl'lAI.ET Balcery and Coffee Shop Falmouth Shopping Center CLOUTIER'S AMERICAN STATION MorrilI's Corner The Habit of Regular Savings Is the First Step to Material Success There ls No Better Way to Accumulate Money than through a Savings Account at FALMOUTH SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION 4 Elm Street Portland, Maine JACK WRlGHT'S FORESIDE HAIR FASHIONS Falmouth Shopping Center Rt. I, Falmouth Foreside, Maine Phone 781-4661 Telephone 797-6I6l ZOIII CENTURY MOTORS New and Used Quality Cars Compliments of CONGRESS HARDWARE ITOMMY'SI 81 PAINT CO., INC. Hardware, Sporting Goods, Paints SONNY CONLEY-HENRY MINERVINO MAINE HEADQUARTERS FOR SKINDIVERS , 273C S+ + P r+I d,M '. 32l Allen AVGN-Ie Portland, Maine 04I03 ongress ree O an awe Tel. 772-5357 OSTEOPATHIC DR. DAVID BERLOWITZ HOSPITAL OF MAINE. INC OPTOMETRIST 335 Brighion Avenue Porfland TROlANO'S Fancy Fruif Gif+ Packages GFOCGFIGS Sandwiches Beverages P51165 I5 Auburn Sfreei' Porfland, Maine Tel. 797-3743 HAMILTUN'S SERVICE STATION 2 QVER 25 YEARS XR I!! W CompIe+e Repairs To ELO, . .. Wifh Care Radio DispaI'cI1ecI Trucks 773-I930 773-1461 24 HOURS 205 Park Avenue, Por'fIand Drop in aI Yogi's and say J. F. MORAN CO. "Hello" Sou+h Por+Iand +0 Bob and Jim' 76 ' Dial 846-5555 LUMSQER SUPPLIES.. 7I Main Street Yarmouth, Maine PlERRE'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE ACCREDITED PIVOT POINT SCHOOL OCEAN STREET CAR WASH Enrollments Now Being Accepted The Complete Auto Loundry NATIONALLY ACCREDITED WASHING - WAXING - STEAM CLEANING Scholarships Available to High School Seniors Apply Directly to School 51 Ocean Street South Portland 659 Congress Street 774-l9l3 Portland, Maine Street Level LAFAYETTE Your Department Store ot Electronics Giant Plaza Waterman Drive P tl d, M ' or an ame South Portland Owned and Operated by DON HAMLYN BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF '72 MAINE LOBSTER co. R d a+lCg?7O u t 378 W Commercial Street Portland, Maine FRANKLIN C. 5 EM ERY DAYS 7 ' B' AGENCY, INC. Jewelry - Appliance - Furnilure fnfvfvvghljggnglll i sgnvgju .W HY I d H ' 56I Brighlon Avenue ou a ways 0 beiler al Days l Porfland, Maine 04l02 l ' Telephone 774-4042 Congralulaiions +0 THE CLASS OF I972 FROM YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER ' ' S L .. CASCO BAY MOTORS Route I - Yarmouth Tel. 846-5577 Complimenls of Complimenls of PE-l'TlNGlLL-ROSS CO., INC. Sheef Mefal Confracfors 57 Cross Slreef Porlland, Maine Tel. 774-5923 'I77 78 ALL STATE HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. LEAVITT 81 PARRIS, INC. Manufac+urers of Canvas Producis 'for Home,l lndus+ry, and Marine Tel. 774-0567 Aluminum Combinafion Windows and Doors 2I7 Brighfon Avenue Por'I'land, Maine 04I02 Complimenfs of Wa+erman Drive Soufh Por+land Complimenis of Compliments of PERRY'S MARKET 234 Middle Road Falmoufh, Maine DR. M. GROCERIES-MEPE'-ITZiFROZEN FOODS OPEN SUNDAY-8 A.M. 'ro 5 P.M. Besl' Wishes +0 +he Class of '72 OF PORTLAND LLDYD AND KAY KENNEDY STEPPING STONES COUNTRY . DAY SCHQOL FOR 884 Brigh+on AYenue LITTLE CHILDREN Por+land, Maine 1207, 772-55' I 221 For::EidNe1Rocd THE KNUDSEN STUDIO-SHOP , "3fnLIbSElYiN smmo suop ll A 530.15 Gills, Cards, Por+rai+s and Slalionery Falmoulh Shopping Cenler Falmoulh, Maine Telephone: 78l-47I7 MR. AND MRS. N. RICHARD KNUDSEN CARR BROS. COMPANY, INC. WlNSLOW'S FARM MARKET d Wholesale Frui'r and Produce G anh lns'I'i'I'u+ional Foods reen ouse Frozen Foods Roules 26 and l00 2l7 Commercial S'I'ree+ Gray Road , Portland' Maine Wesl' Falmou'l'h, Maine Service Since I909 Tel' 797-2989 'I79 Complimenfs of CUMMINGS BROTHERS Complefe Wholesalers FORTUNE, INC. Yachf Sailmalcers I90 Roufe I MEATS-GROCERIES-FROZEN FOODS Falmoufh, Maine 550,000 CANCER BENEFITS When cancer sfrikes, benefifs paid in or ouf of fhe hospifal. Covers all fypes of cancer. No age Iimif. Lifefime guaranfee renewal. You need fhis coverage for yourself and family. Average cosf for enfire family is I74i a day. Call foday for furfher informafion. -l I m P Z m E O AN FAMILY CANCER PLAN fi Hx QSO S 45 I42 High Sfreef, Tel: 775-585I LORNE T. BROWN AGENCY Adminisfrafor Besf Wishes LANCASTER FURNITURE CO. N 'W -f:.-ff'-A'--x rulmiruz I 'L X' 'rss-ftrgirsfw E , .,,.-. 3...'1Z.Z7.K 0' . 5 --, - IIUIII 'ff-re f ,-WJIIEIIP M-.- , I W.. ... A .W UZIBI .gale f S- J 'wurvr .mul I :mi -ff ., . . . .MJ an-.,--v ' 'J , W -: fi7""' a '. 1 Ll"75"f': i 5 4s-sf 240 Middle Sfreef 772-379' Porfland, Maine 04l I I RAIN-BO-SALAD CO. 83 India Sfreef 773-0460 336 Commercial Sf. 772-5700 Porfland, Maine SEASCAPES AND SAN DWICHES I0 School S'Iree+ Freeporf Telephone: 865-3I4O An eIegan+ sandwich shoppe in 'I'he middle of an ar+ gallery - anfiques, foo. Complimenfs of RUDY'S LUNCHEONETTE 262 Middle Sfreei Jus'I' Below Benoifs 773-9226 - NXYD ' " , N SEN 139. bl Xcwspapcr .UUCPXIYIO X our AUM I IA You 'JP' My N TYYNCYBQGIL Ycvcf fx W LTC x Y OU ix uk Llnrilauh IIIITSLS ,Hvralb O liX'I-ZXINH I-iXl'RIiSS Q iiiuiur fifkllllhiill Evlrmaxlu GULIAN'S floor coverings Telephone 77452684 22 Preble S+ree+ Telephone 774-2685 Por+Iand, Maine Tel. 846-4 I 72 M BILL HILTON'S MOBIL SERVICE Wrecker Service - Minor Repairs Roule One al Yarmoufh, Maine 04096 HANDYMAN RENTS IT! "IO0I" Tools for RenI' HANDYMAN EQUIPMENT RENTAL CO., INC. 248 Main SI'ree+ + SouII1 Porfland, Maine 04I06 799-8535 SUN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 56I Congress S'I'ree+ P +I d 445 Congress S+ree'I' 54 Cr:I++aQeMPTd S0u+h P +I d 374 aine a TeI. 775-5843 l , TUNE WJAB I440 RADIO f L 1-g y E FoR OIIN NOW couNTRY Music EVERY DAY ' I Complimenfs of "THE SKIPPER" make Ihe scene 'Ih . . wi us . , Prep Hall and Jr. Hall FASHIONS FOR YOUNG MEN AND LADIES Por+Iand ' Lewis'I'on ' Brunswick ' Maine Mall, So. Porlland 'TBIZ I2II'll'l'l2-6539 EASTERN: PINE - SPRUCE viiirinii M LO C K Cos WHITE SPRUCE LUMBER WHOLESALERS 2,2235 ",'1?,2f,f,ff Ill ul H., hfilll, Ili!! Hill dnd Sugar .la EASTERNOIL ' i CORPORATION -- - Af ' u n if 27 Por+Iand S'I'reeI' R mm S ,X Por+Iand, Maine 1 f 773-6495 ff f 'X mg on Tel. 78I-44I4 HOULE'S PHARMACY Specializing in Prescrip'Iions buf Fea+uring Hallmark Cards - Russell S+over Candies C . hanel - Lanvm - Revlon Perfumes Gifls and Imporled Pipes - Pouches Wheelchairs - Crulches - Canes Complele Line of Hospilal Supplies Every+hing in a Well-Appoinfed Drug S+ore Falmoufh Shopping Cenler ATHERTON'S "Fine Furnifure Since I898" 930 Brighion Avenue CompIimen+s of CINEMA C.ITY Wesfbrook, Maine Pornand Exif 8 Main Turnpike Compliments ALAN'S ACRE CLEMENT BROS., INC. I I5 Fox S+ree+ Mo+or Transporf Porfland Brockway Trucks Sales and Service CI1ie'F's Barber Shop 8: Men's Salon Main S+., Freeport Me. - L. L. Bean Bldg. HAIR STYLING RAZOR CUTS MEN'S WIG-S HAIR CONDITIONING Complefe Barber Services For Appoin+men+ CaII 865-6644 CANAVAN DRUG CO. 340 Allen Avenue Por+IancI, Maine CompIimenI's Compliments of of ADAMS 84 FOGG GOCDALL OIL EQUIPMENT CO. BOAT SALES, INC. Mercury Mofors - S+arcraf+ Boais FMF? UH? KI I EP S91 Complimenfs of fm I ' Z N ji L3 N TH E Aff I SKI JA 2 XXXKX 'S XXX X X X CLUB ' xo QI XT 4 fs, X IX I ,X X x X lx XXX CompIimen+s of HODGDON'S GULF STATION U.S. Roufe I Yarmoufh, Maine Nason s Corner Re Ity, I D H X .,.. .,... , .,., . ,. . " ,ff ' a nc. ?" llvnllurx ses awww Aw-IQ F-Qmm, mam! o-um: X MILLIKEN BROTHERS, INC. CompIimen'Is of 62 Cross Sham. WELLWOOD STORES Porfland, Maine 04' II FaImouI'I1 Tel. 774-8236 M0'1'5a+- 9-9 Q zz'-f',1-1,-. -. wif' fgi',5.:.2L,,3.i,.: , xipigvgg 'I' Qffgf FIGB Wa n+ your 9 firgff Sfores Eggs fresh? If 0 Res+auranI's We 90+ 'em. bs I Call I Swing in a+ B R. E. Casparius 85 Winn Road. I 797-4I84 SY IJ CompIimen+s of LUND'S TRANSPORTATION Office 774-9665 Res. 782-2513 Qualify Mecfs 3, Groceries THE CUMMINGS AGENCY BRYANT'S CORNER MARKET FIRE - AUTO - LIFE A' ROBERT CUMMINGS p3,iI1,?LIgU:3,:IgZ,02 Middle 81 Bucknom Roods Falmouth X aw 'E Zfef IEEZM A. C. BRAWN JEWELER WATCHES - DIAMONDS - GIFTS WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING HALL STAMP AND COIN CO. Village Green lformerly Casco Bank Arcaclel 477 Congress S+ree+ Por+Iand, Maine 772-90l7 To "COIN" a Phrase.- Come In and "STAMP" Around 73 Main Yarmgufh ww 51160 C730 1. ' A .f , EE iziiiheiif' ?iEMi.-IEEM-?:I --- ---Q I A ii: ' ONE OF THE MOST MODERN SHOPS IN MAINE ' Frame Work B T Complefe ' Unil Conslruclion B umpeg Cf FRONT END and ' American and Foreign Cars umper ervlce ALIGNMENT SERVICE 999 Fores'I Avenue 797-2506 PorI'lancI Complimenls WASSON'S GROVE newwnngg VlIE5lINIllIlDlIllINllfll?f lIDlDlINIl lIlQAlIlDlIl3AlINIl 75 PREBLE ST. PORTLAND. ME. L. A. LAROCHELLE, INC. 204 Commercial S+ree+ Porlland, Maine Men's Wear Shoes 7 Complimenfs of A - E A E I DAVIS VARIETY CMPI,-menig 3I7 Foreside Road Q- Falmoufh Foreside, Maine of GROCERIES-MEATS FROZEN FOODS ITALIAN SANDWICHES STEAMED HOT DOGS ICE CUBES QC SEACOAST SPORT CENTER , Roufeiil ' Yarmouih, Maine " 846-47I0 Q Ricdeii .xdnfiquw , 67 ALLEN AVENUE EXT. ' 'H FAI. 1- , M CCi':j I-I ALNE . BUD HASKELL'S GARAGE I90 Winn Road FaImou+I'I, Maine 04IO5 Telephone 797-4488 DAIRY QUEEN STORE Mnqu AIIen's Corner Por+Iand, Maine Maior Repairing Welding Used and New Par+s Tel. 846-s39I I52 Main s+ree Complimenis of NORTH DEERING Yarmouih, Maine ROGERS - WENTWORTH, BARBER SHOP INC- ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR - DEALER Frigidaire - Mayiag - Moforola - RCA Wiring - Repair of Appliances - TV MAINE HARDWARE Serving Maine Folks for over 37 Years Complimenfs of Biddeford Brunswick Weslbrook Woodfords Corner Downfown Por+Iand Complimenfs of DR. NORMAN E. HILL HAY AND PEABODY DR' J' CfZffw2.g1?ff-azzkrwr 690174fAJ OPTOMETRISTS PORTLAND, MAINE 04102 PORTLAND 772-5468 Falmoufh Shopping Cen+er, Roule I Phone 78I-3669 FaImou+h, Maine 04l05 A 1:3 Telephone 772-5658 Es+abIished I9I3 ,X I Z' Area Code 207 FREE- TRARNIQEZZION L. L. MARSHALL COMPANY B,ingC3jjfu59hi, To The Facfory P RTLAND SaI'isfac+ory Prinfing TRACNSMISSION 85 Preble SI. CARROLL o. MARSHALL za Exchange s+ree+ jgj1'j,,j Presidenl'-Treasurer Por+Iand, Maine Cpen Daily 7:30 I 5:30 Selurday 7:30'f I:30 Good Luck Io Compliments The Class of '72 of Complimenfs of TENNIS OF MAINE MISS P ORTLAND DINER 42' fy 1' 2 Q4 S ,AL J DIES To TH CoP'GWq50x72 2IxifS7'Q17b 7 RS X Jo-ANN Hman Jo-Euan sous Glenn Perry K ber! K d M ee nu Sen Semi Sonjnwi Bryaml Bu! lock Cy'-rH1ia. Chandler Cheryl-Ann Hyman Perry Jones James Arm-ew MCCUIWY SY MQ .- 1 1 f - 4 . A I . s b l w ,fi M 5 . . 1, wg rg , 3, -if rfiqf' ' 'R " ' ' " 'a 1' . ' ' ir 1, 5 A Q , . i x A X 0 , mlm. 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1961

Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

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