Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME)

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' f' 'f-:gf f,- f ,. ' 'LX' 'if Y . 1 C - , f .,-.,, , ' ra -- n. 4- . . Q ' I ,, - I '.""z' - - ws Y . - ' - I A r . 1 .',. fn s "' ,, ' "' -0447 .4-nib' a .' Q . 1- In n... Q , V ,,', -,w . -,ff Ifffgh 50110 1 Falmouth, l 1 A -M .M V Y 1 1 fa 'ff lifkk w i . S5 1 E. if IQ ,M- hfzz- E:-A . ..u"' . .1 55 .X ' ' " " SEE ing We have seen the only after the tragic reappra1sal of our goals ,J ' Q -H5 T -ff ' . Q X .X Noll ' E -21 2-1-"""'g,..e: 'ff K Ta- nv' M.-- A"' -M' naar if o 1, mkk V..-' E.-Q 'T--, ' 2 52 M uncertamty and the memory corridors, moments talk- but a new for Ideal and for somethmg year has brought sport of expression High School 1973 Crest as editor, and by ! V X 1 1 i 4 I n w r 1 i w w E l i 5 1 I i x 1 S l 1 1 i 1 N I 5 r 1 1 1 4 YS time for advice" " d lhal's all there is to llll, DEDI CA T I ON Henry Adams once said, "A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell where his influence stops." At Falmouth High School we are fortunate to have several such people. However, We, the Class of 1973, feel that there is one in particular who stands out above the others. He possesses all the qualities that a teacher must have: patience, objectivity, thorough knowledge of his subject, and a sense of humor. Beyond this, We acknowledge him to be an individual Who gives unselfishly of his time and energies, be they educa- tional, athletic, or musical. We will remember him as a friend, a teacher, a coach, and an adviser long after we leave his classroom. These are the reasons why We, the Class of 1973, proudly dedicate this forty-third edition of The Crest to one of the World's four greatest mathematicians, HERBERT A. HOPPE. gg 1' E 4 W, ,rs ifyk I Ln,-,,.... """ 'W fiigziifi N 'Q' c - i 6 -W ,mfh as-wsf:fw:f.:yf-.,.,,.., l lk X4 A s Q: Superintendenfs Message There was once a man who believed there was a secret known to those who achieved their aspirations. To diseover this secret, he devoted years to study and research. Philosophy, psychology, astrology, salesmanship, and religious beliefs - all these he studied long and diligently. Finally, he gave his conclu- sion, and it came in two short words, "I willf, I hope you have the fortitude to achieve your aspirations. Harold L. Mason Superintendent of Schools tumors n sssi f liflfff? e lli l Principal 'S Message Congratulations to the members of the Class of 1973 on the successful completion of your high school pro- gram. May your achievements in scholastic and extra-cur- ricular pursuits during the past three years encourage you to set worthwhile goals for yourselves in the years directly ahead. Robert C. Clunie Principal ROBERT C. CLUNIE Principal W W W :af asv M W W. war l LAWRENCE LATHROP MRS. MARGARET WOOD Administrative Assistant Secretary 8 l School Board l F l 1 4 , l V l Sealed, lah Lo right: Mr. Joseph Youngs, Mr. Richard Lindahl, Mrs. Jean Mayhew, Mrs. Patricia Ranger, Dr. Alan Corey. To the Class of 1973: The goals of today have changed. Where once people sought to make more and greater, today the tendency is to conserve and preserve. Surprisingly, you may find your goals more difficult to attain than your fathers did theirs. The basic reasoning behind these seemingly converse goals is similar - to make the world a better place for this and future generations. This altruistic effort is what binds and at the same time frees the generations from one another. Your goals combined with understanding and compassion can be the key to a better world. We wish you well. Jean Mayhew Chairman SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE STAFF Leh lo right: Mrs. Diane Viveiros, Mrs. Malvina Boyd, Mrs. Lillian Golding RANDOLPH E. QUINT English Colleges: Makerere, Bates Universities: Columbia, Maine English Department Head Assistant Advisor: Senior Class The Crest "When everybody has a 90 or above, then I'll agree to scale." English IVA1 English MADELYN E. BUCK English Universities: Maine, Columbia Advisor: National Honor Society Assistant Advisor: .Iunior Class "I know itis here someplace . . PHILIP C. ROSE English College: Bowdoin Universities: Maine, Maryland Coach: Junior Varsity Basketball "What's your excuse?" RACHEL B. M.1r,GOWAN English University. Maine Assistant Advisor: National Honor Society, Future Teachers nf America Junior Class "All right boys!" RICHARD J. HALPIN U.S. History and Government, Political and Economic Systems, Behavioral Science and THOMAS A. HILL U.S. History and Government, Geography, Economics, Behavioral Science and Humanities College: Colby University: Pittsburgh Social Studies Department Head Coach: Soccer "Baby. you've got it!" JEAN C. ARLANDER U.S. History and Government Business Law, Urban Justice Universities: Tufts, Maine, Boston University Law School Advisor: Student Council Assistant Advisor: Senior Class "Do you want to get canned?" Humanities College: Holy Cross Universities: Syracuse, Yale, Maine Assistant Advisor: Senior Class Take John Citizen, walking the streets Social Studies ALFRED H. STADDEN Modern World History, U.S. History, Driver Education College: Washington Universities: Kentucky, Maine, Colorado Athletic Director Advisor. Leo Club "A little education can be dangerous. Modern World History RICHARD W, LAWLER Biology College: Bowdoin University: Maine Coach: Cross Country Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class "Hi, girls!" si. r .ll 2 X Y, t' im 'fi fiitftg Eta 4:-,E J-F -- Sciences HARVEY B. WHEELER Biology, Earth Science College: Bowdoin University: Maine Coach: Swimming, Track Assistant Advisor: Senior "Real fine." Sit' Class CLARK T. THOMPSON Physics, Introductory Physical Science Colleges: Ceorge Williams Superior, Westclicsttrr Universities: Pennsylvannia Temple, Wisconsin Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class , ,i Ch ' I fry it and see. emlstry EDWARD J. SINCLAIR Chemistry Universities: Michigan. Harvard Advisor: Ski Club Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class I2 "l know exactly whatis going to happen!" HERBERT A. HOPPE Calculus. Accelerated Geometry, Algebra II, Technical Algebra, Geometry University: Maine Mathematics Department Head Coach: Tennis Advisor: Math Team "l'm not smarter than you, l've just had more experiencef, M 3 JILL A. Fox I Food Management, Home Economics, Senior Special, Creative Clothing h University: Maine Dean of Girls C "Someone had better wash that sink outf' Ill H I i C S ROBERT L. McCULLY Shop Math. Advanced and Review Math, Liberal Arts Math, Accelerated Algebra, Algebra II College: Oberlin Universities: St. Bonaventure. Rutgers, New Hampshire, Maine Coach: Girls' Basketball Assistant Coach: Boys' Track Advisor: Sophomore Class "Does everyone see what l'm getting al here?" CALVIN WOLCOTT Geometry, Advanced Math. Review Math College: Bowdoin Universities: Colgate, M.I.T. Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class lm' "And that reminds me of a joke . . . I3 X,-1 1 COOPER W. HIGGINS Physical Eduvation College: Springfield Coach: Baskethall, Baseball Assistant Advisor: Senior Class "We'll play it my way or not at SHIRLEY I- JONES Physical Education University: Maine all! Coach: Field Hockey, Swimming, Track Assistant Advisor: Senior Class "You're going to learn to play volleyball if it takes you the rest of the year." nfl Physical Education Industrial Arts .IEROME W. BLACK Industrial Arts, Drafting Universities: Maryland, Maine Advisor: Audio Visual Crew "Would you like to make something?" Indus trial Arts I4 MALCOLM E. HORR Industrial Arts University' Maine Did you fix that rarburetor? :"k 1-H , GLADYS A. HAGER Latin College: St. Joseph's Universities: Massachusetts, Maine, Tufts Advisor: Latin Club Assistant Advisor: Junior Class "You kids!" Languages DOROTHY E. MCCANN French College. L Eeole Francaise de Middlebury Universities: Maine, Tufts, Lausanne Switzerland N DE A French Institute French Department Head Co-Advisor: French Club, Dramatics Club Fantastique. French Il HELENE C. MATHURIN French College: Boston Universities: Maine, New York, L'Universite de Paris fSurbonnej , i Advisor: ,lunior Class Co-Advisor: French Club "Nous avons beaueoup de choses a faire aujourdihuif' MUSIC A v NEAL A. DOW Music Director University: Maine Director: Yachtsmen Band, Stage Band, Chorus "Close vour mouths and singp' ROBERTA F. ROGERS Typing, Stenography, Office Practice, Business Machines Colleges: Westbrook, Northeastern Business Universities: Virginia, Vermont, Maine Advisor: Senior Class, The Crest, Future Teachers of America "I want this in my hands by tomorrow at the very latest." B ll S Typing l JAMES J. STAMPONE, JR. Art University: Maine "Keep it down and listen up." mf In ' ' 'A-' 5 'f 27m 1f2Efz'1 A W- -"", 1 ,,-. ' gf, 1 K ,1 L ..9" 1X 1 .42 : , m ay ,n f P9-f 'iii ' V , C 1 I6 R i n e S S E d u c a I i 0 n PHYLLIS P. BEMISS Personal Typing, Junior Business Training, General Business, Bookkeeping, Clerical Record Keeping Colleges: Montclair, Colby, Husson Universities: Maine, Maryland "Okay, sweetie?', sl a o Art Art Class DOROTHY N. WAGNER Librarian Colleges: Colby, Connectlcut Umversilies: Clark, Mame Washmgton Exeter England Are you taking those books home? ff xx- A' I I f A rc prcsentativc from the Umverslly of Mame at M3Ch13S talks wlth students DONALD COLE Head of Maintenance "How many buses started this morning?" E "fi-Q-5jQ C3 it ggi LONA HARDY Reading College: Colby University: New Hampshire "Maybe we'll move tomorrowf' IRMA E. BAKER Teacher's Aide "I'Il try, but . . . " ISABELL A. BEAUMONT School Dietitian "Have we run out of food again? I F' ,, ,VW If ,f l lf!! - Y- if , -- . Y A --XM , A " N f-'X -f ,A , MIRIAM L. MAYO Guidance Secretary College: Colby "You owe me some candy!" 9-at U 7912 0 Qi C if-'Rl , -f -,alll i vid 'I8 JANE G. SUDDS School Nurse College: Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary School of Nursing "Is it your tummy?" WILLIAM F. TAYLOR School Physician Universities: Yale, Columbia Medical School "Coughl', X 0 Cooks Kitchen Crew f, 4234 Left Lo right: Mrs. Sawtell, Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Compton, Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Lej? to right: Jennifer Merritt, Emily Pawle, Linda Mills, Sandy Blake Crockett. Ron Buzzell, Curtis Ingraham. Custodians and Bus Drivers Standing, lej? Lo right: Mr. Leighton, Mr. West, Mr. Wilkes, Mr. Olsen, Mr. Meehan, Mr. Cole, Mr. Beuhelt. Kneeling, leh to right: Mr. Berry, Mr. Golding, Mr. Freeman, Mr. Foster, Mr. Langway. 19 Team teaching is one of the benefits in this French IV and V class. Mr. Stadden explains the ins and outs of driving in the simulator van. Period 4 chorus rehearsal in the music rooq Students Mrs. Bemiss corrects E 2 E E x A a F S is in preparation for the exchange concert. and Faculty Class problem in Recordkeeping class. Fielding questions about a biology exam is normal procedure for Mr. Lawler. Mrs. Arlander is emphatic in her explanation to Cole Harris. 5 Girls in Senior Special undertake individual Cre- ative projects under the guidance and supcrvi sion of Miss Fox. Students Mrs Hdnlw linallx gPtS her Qoundprouf reading room hiigh above the school Faculty lilrrary. Juniors receive their English midi years - some with relief and others with consternation. Moments before this picture was taken, Mr. Wheeler led a spirited discussion on drugs, which provided the class with ai deviation from the usual lecture. The Brazilian exchange students inspired Mrs, Hager to teach a little Portuguese to her Latin III and IV students. In Class FACULTY " 'In sim? gaud5nS' -- that it's finally recess' -L Guam.. 4.1 "It must be fuynny -- Mr. Halpin is Smiling!" 'These ladies need no introduction, or do fhey'?" I f g'L- ' L "Our distinguished facu1ty'athIeteS." "Caughi in the actlf' A tdunderstand that I only do this in my spare time, At Ease vm' , wma E55 Lh- 'X As our time has come to realize influential and important few experiences that CHI! rage of what which reach C311 spent in more thoughts classmates onset of graduation, we what 1S ahead?'t pI'Cp8,I'3lQ10I'1 we graduate. The end of thi and opportunities he There are that the student is will take advan- can from what an idea of 18 has ideals that he hopes to follow our ideals and work to IH order to live a meaningful life. W PHILIP EDWARD ANDERSON Ambition: To be an auto-mechanic Favorite Expression: "I don't know." Favorite Pastime: Traveling "He seemed a silent fellow." BARBARA MIRIAM BAKER Ambition: To discover my identity and use it right Pet Peeve: Plastic People A Word to Uncierclassmen: "And we all know itis better for yesterday has passed f now letls all start living for the one that's going to last. Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 43 Elementary School Tutor 4-3 French Club 2, 3g Guid- ance Office Secretary 3g Language Lab Assistant 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Track 2, Manager 3, 4-3 Varsity Club 2, 3. "Bigotry dwarfs the soul by shutting out the truthf' 28 BRUCE ELTON ABRAMSON "Abe" Ambition: To live a comfortable life and have many children Favorite Expression: "l can't wait until lim eighteen!" A Word to Underciassmen: Do as your conscience tells you, not what your friends tell you. Transferred from Bridgton Academy, Bridgton, Maine 41. Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 49 The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 2g Golf Team 2, 4: Leo Club 43 Ski Club 2, 4. "Let's all start living for the one that's going to lastfl SARAH ANNE ARLANDER Ambition: To work in the field of medicine The Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mrs. Hager and her helping to make the summer of '72 possible A Word to Underclassmen: Keep an eye on my mother for me and make sure she stays out of trouble. Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 33 The Crest Staff - Business 2g Dramatics Club 41-g French Club 3, Graduation Usher 3g Gym Show 4-3 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice President 4g NECO 2, 3, 45 Track Manager 2. "Your soul is reflected through sparkling eyesf' "G1lly" GLENN ALLEN BAKER "Bake Ambition: To enjoy life Favorile Expression: "How 'bout illu A Word to Underclassmenx Stay in school. Actizfiliesi Track 2, 3, 4, Manager 4. "Life is an island in an ocean of loneliness. FRANCIS MICHAEL BEAN Ambition: To be a good competitor in anything I try Fondest Memory of FHS: Trying to sneak Ziggy off the bus after the Greely-Falmouth game Pet Peeue: People who change their opinions just to fit in Activities: Basketball - ,lunior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4. "Never take anything for granted." IUDITH PAYSON BENOIT Ambition: To know, be sure of, and be happy with myself Pet Peeve: .lokes about a certain clothing store A Word to Underclassmen: Relax, don't worry . . . you'll live. Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 43 Graduation Usher 35 Gym Show 2, 3, Home Room Representative 44 NECO 2, 3g Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4g Swimming 2, 3. 45 Swimming Manager - Boys' 4, Track Manager - Boys' 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "I want to be me." KIMBERLY ANN BECKER "Kim Ambition: To make it to the rising sun Pet Peeve: Pushy People A Word to Underclassmen: Be yourself. Transferred from Westhill High School, Stamford, Connecticut 4. "Far from the madding crowd" SANDRA LEIGH BLAKE "Sandy" Ambition: To make a lot of money easily Favorite Postime: Going out and having fun Fondest Memory of FHS: Basketball games and swim meets Transferred from Brewer High School, Brewer, Maine 3. Activities: Field Hockey - ,Iunior Varsity 33 Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Gym Show 3, 4g Kitchen Crew 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: NECO 4, Office Secretary 43 Special Education Class Tutor 4: Swimming 4. "It's a world of laughter." JO-ELLEN BOIS Ambition: To live a good life, to give happiness to others, and to have friends to laugh with always Favorite Expression: "I would if I could: but I can't - so I won't." Pet Peeve: APATHY! Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 33 Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Class Officer - JAMES AMBROSE BERRY "Amby" Ambition: To become immortal Favorite Pastime: Socializing with friends and making special announcements on the morning bulletin Fondest Memories of FHS: The "Rotatini Skedulen and the "Student Smoking Lounge" otherwise known as the Boys' Room. Activities: Class Officer - President 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 43 High School Quiz Participant 4: Leo Club 3, President 43 National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4: NECO 3g Student Council 2g Tennis 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 39 Varsity Club Show Participant 3, 4. "A taste of honey, a taste much sweeter than wine.', Q fiflijf Q " 1,-am... 11-.. -1 MICHAEL LOUIS BLASZCZYK "Mike77 Ambition: To find a goal and be content in reaching it Fondest Memory of FHS: Morning meetings in the library A Word to Underclassmen: Have patience and youill get there. "The best of blessings is a contented mind." Secretary 2: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial - Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, DAR Good Citizen 4, Dirigo Girls' State Delegate 3, French Club 2, 3, 43 Graduation Usher 3: Gym Show 2, 3, 49 Latin Club - Secretary 3, 4, MTA Award 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Honor Student Tutor 3, NECO 3, 4: N.E. Scholastic Press Conference 3, 4g Paris Trip 4, WLU Student Delegate 3, "So much one person can do . . 30 LORNA JANE BONSEY Ambition: To work with children Fondest Memory of FHS: History class with Mr. Hill What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Had more confidence in myself Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 33 Basketball Manager 43 Class Day Usher 23 The Crest Staff -- Editorial 3, 43 Dirigo Girls' State Delegate 33 Elementary School Tutor 43 French Club 3, President 43 Future Teachers of America 23 Graduation Usher 33 Gym Show 43 National Honor Student Tutor 33 NECO 3, 43 Paris Trip 1973. Xone friend leads to anotherf' JOSHUA FULLER BRADFORD "Josh" Ambition: To ski out West Favorite Pastime: Climbing those golden stairs in the Sugar Loaf Lodge A Word to Underclassmen: Riot! Activities: Golf Team 23 Leo Club 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "l'm a traveling man." BRENDA KATHARINE BROWN l' Ambition: To love, to live, and to find the happiness l want to give Fondest Memory of FHS: Sharing good times with two friends I'll never forget A Word to Underclassmen: "The soul would have no rainbow had the eyes no tearsf, Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 43 Dramatics Club 43 French Club 3, 43 Guidance Office Secretary 23 Gym Show 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Varsity Club Show 4. "Some men see things as they are and say, 'Whyff' I dream of things that never were and ask, 'Why not?' " JAY GREELEY BROWN "J" Ambition: To have my diploma signed Biggest Sin: Envying Mr. Hill's moustache! Fondest Memory of FHS: Planting a pine tree in the middle of the soccer field in "71" Transferred from Cheverus High School, Portland, Maine 2 Activities: Baseball 43 Basketball - Junior Varsity 2g The Crest Staff - Business 4, "From the moment I could talk, l was ordered to listen.'7 , l l BRYANT PAUL BULLOCK "Ox" Ambition: To become a surgeon and cure many people Fondest Memzrry of FHS: Swim team Pet Peeoe: Hypocrites Activities: The Crest Staff - Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4, Editorial 2, Dirigo Boys' State Delegate 3, Latin Club 2, President 3, Leo Club 3, 4, Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4, NE Scholastic Press Conference 3, 4, Port Washington Exchange Program 3, Student Council 3, President 4, Stu- dent Council State Convention 4, Swimming 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 4. "In this world, a man must be either an anvil or a hammer." KATHRYN ANN BURKE Ambition: To find a goal and achieve it Pet Peeve: People who think they are something special when they aren't A Word to Underciussmen: Keep smiling - there must be something to smile about. Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Track 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, Varsity Club Show 2. "The time to be happy is now." ROBERT COLLINS BURKE, II Ambition: To travel and become a scientist Favorite Expression: "Whats going on this weekendfw Fondest Memory of FHS: The hot lunch program Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, Leo Club 3, Vice-President 4, Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 3, NECO 4, Ski Club 2, 4, Soccer 4, Swimming 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3. "Therc's such a lot of the world to see." , I CHERYL JEAN BURNETT "Geraldine" Ambition: To work in the field of cancer research F9 iff! Fondest Memory of FHS: The field hockey team of '72 with Beatrice Greatest InH1tence on My High School Career: All the people - students and teachers Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, Cheerleading - Varsity 2, 3, Captain 4, Class Day . - Usher 2, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey - ,lunior Varsity 2, r Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4, French Club 2, 3, Gym Show 2, 3, 4, Maine Teachers Association Award 2, Math Team 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, President 4, NECO 2, 3, Office Secretary 3, Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 3, Swimming 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, "So much to do, so little time." VITO LOUIS CAIAZZO, III Ambition: To be successful in whatever I decided to do Favorite Pastirne: Skiing Fondest Memory of FHS: February, 1972 Activities: Mixed Chorus 3g Ski Club 4. "Each new day we discover new beauty in the silence of each otherf' SHARON LOUISE CHAMBERLAIN Ambition: To die with a smile on my face Favorite Expression: "How 'bout it?" A Word to Underclassrnen: Parting is such sweet sorrow - Bye Bye! Activities: Gym Show 2, 33 Office Secretary 33 Track 2. "Born with the gift of laughterf, RONALD ALAN BUZZELL "Buzz-saw" Favorite Pastime: Trying to spread help, love, and peace around the school Fondest Memory of FHS: Swimming, Chorus, Band Pet Peeve: The lack of friendship and communication between students Activities: All-State Chorus 3, 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4-3 Language Lab Assistant 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, NECO 23 One-Act Play "Ralph Roister Doistern 23 Special Chorus 43 Stage Band 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Swimming Manager 2, 3, 43 Student Council 33 Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "Do you believe in magic?" WENDOLYN JANE CARR "Wendi" Ambition: To get married, go to college, and be happy forever Fondest Memory of FHS: Two beautiful people and all the good times we've had together Grestest Influence on My High Sclwoi Career: Definitely, Mr. Hoppe Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Gym Show 43 Maine Teachers Association Award 2g Math Team 2, 3, 43 NEDT Award 23 National Honor Student Tutor 3, 43 NECO 2, 3, 43 N.E. Scholastic Press Conference 4. "You can't fake friendshipf, "Chamhy" EDITH JEAN CIBELLI Ambition: To be happy Pet Pecos: Rumors A Word to Undcrcrizissmeri' lt will only be what you make it. AcLiviLi12s.' Gym Show 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 31 Varsity Club Show Participant 3, 4. "A gypsy with a grin from an old far away country." ROBERT PAUL CONNOLLY "Bob" Favorite Pastime: Arguing Foridesi Memory of FHS: Friday night, October 20, '72 A Word Lo Uriderclassrrieri: My sympathies to alll Transferred from Jay High School, Jay, Maine 4. Aciiifiiies: Dramatics Club 4. "Like everybody elsc, l'm searching through what l've heard." CATHIE LYNN COOPER "Coop'7 Ambition: . . . and to live happily ever after Fondest .Memory of FHS: Running the 880 with Chambers Pei Peeve: Three years of Mr. Quint Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 41 Gym Show 4g Mixed Chorus 2g Track 2, 3, 4, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "The best of life is conversation." TERRY LEE CRAWFORD Anzlzitiori: To get a car within the next 10 years Favorite Expressioll.' "Ycs, darling." A Word to Unden'lassm.e'n.' Don't let Miss Rogers scare you, because you can run faster than she can. Activities' Thr' Cresl Staff - Editorial 2, 3. 4, Office Secretary 2. "Hold fast to dreams: for if dreams die. what is left?" 34 MARK STEVEN DWELLEY Ambition: To proceed in life and live each day as it comes Favorite Pastime: To daydream Foridesz Memory of FHS: Mrs. Arlander's US. History class "Men show their characters in nothing more clearly than what they think laughablefl DONNA LEE GOODNOW Ambition: To be happy and to make others happy Foridest Memory of FHS: Chorus with Mr. Dow Pet Peeve: Cliq ues Transferred from Bellingham High School, Bellingham, Mass. 2. Activities: Wie Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 44 Future Teachers of America 3, 4g Guidance Office Secretary 3, 4: Gym Show 3, 4g Maine Teachers Association Award 2g Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Student Council 43 Tutor for Special Education Class 45 Varsity Club Show 4. "The look of love" WALTER MASON DROWN Favorite Expression: "Minor" Favorite Pastime: Working on Fords Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Black's shop class Activities: Audio Visual Crew 2, 3, 4. "Quiet strength, lots of smiles" "Walt KEVIN FRANCIS FOLEY "Fred" Ambition: To be successful Fondest Memory of FHS: Mrs. Wagner What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: No comment Activities: The Crest Staff -- Business 4g Golf Team 2, 3, 4g NECO 4. "Betwixt the devil and the deep blue sea," A H PETER JOSEPH HALLIGAN Ambition: To set goals and achieve them Fondest Memory of FHS: Being an athletic competitor A Word to Underclassmen: Winning isnlt everything, but wanting to is. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 33 Baseball 2, 33 Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3. 4g Candlelight Service Usher 3g Class Officer - Vice-President 2g The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4g Home Room Representative 33 Leo Club 3, 4g Ski Club 4, Soccer 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 35 Varsity Club Show 3. "Slow and steady wins the racef, DEBBIE SUE HARRIS Ambition: To become Cole-'s sister Fondest Memory of FHS: Arts and Humanities Day - right, Sandy? Pet Pecue: Lovers in the hall Activities: Office Secretary 3, 4. "I am great in getting informationf, 36 JANIS KATHRYN GRANT "Jan" Foridest Memory of FHS: November 28, 1970 Pet Peeoe: People who try to do your thinking for you What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Turned 18 Activities: Color Guard 23 The Crest Staff - Editorial 4g Guidance Office Secretary 45 Gym Show 4g Maine Teachers Association Award 2. "My life is made of patterns that can scarcely be controlled." GEORGE HENRY HAMMOND Ambition: To become a Maine State Police officer Favorite Pastime: Racing through the woods or the pits A Word to Underclassmen: Early dismissal can be very valuableg try not to lose it. Activities: Audio Visual Crew 29 Baseball 3g Ski Club 3. "I'll tell the world there's a time for all things." ,V , .A i .-.i2vfew' K f , ., vfir .IAMES COLE HARRIS "Colley" Ambition: To become a lawyer Favorite Pastinte: Mr. Hill's classes with Rods, Mase, and T. H. himself Foridest Menzory of FHS: Mr. Wheeler and the Swim Team April 1, 1972 Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3g The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 43 Leo Club 3, 43 Maine Interscholastic Swim Meet 2, 3, 43 New England Interseholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2. 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 33 Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "Say what you mean, mean what you're thinking, and think anything." TRUDY MAE HENDERSON "Trud" Favorite Pastimes: Eating, cheatingg Loving, laughing3 Caring, sharing3 Teasing, pleasing Fondest Meniory of FHS: My friends Pet Peeve: Plastic people, courtesy of Mattel. Activities: NECO 4, Office Secretary 4. " 'Tis always mornin' somewhere in the world." BRENDA CURRIER HILFRANK "B-H-" Foridest Memorjv of FHS: The Field Hockey Team of '72 Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Hoppe and his classes A Word to Underclassmert: Live every day like it was your last Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 43 The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Edito- rial 3, 43 Dirigo Girls' State Delegate 3g Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 3, Co-Captain Varsity 43 French Club 23 Graduation Usher 33 High School Quiz Participant 43 Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 33 Math Team 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 NECO 33 Ski Club 43 Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 3g Swimming 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3. 43 WLU Student Delegate 3. "The present is great with the future." DAVID NORMAN HILTON "Dough Boy" Ambitiori: To become an accomplished musician in the field of rock music Foridest Memory of FHS: Exchange concert to Monadnock H.S. A Word to Urtderciassmert: Project your thoughts and ideas3 do not become the silent majority. Transferred from Kennebunk High School, Kennebunk, Maine 3, Activities: Home Room Representative 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Soccer 3, 43 Varsity Club Show 3. "In the depth of my soul there is a wordless song." WALTER EMMONS LANCASTER Ambition: To work in the woods Favorite Pastime: Mountain climbing Fondest Memory of FHS: Holding up the classroom hall doors at recess and lunch time. Activities: Audio Visual Crew 2, Soccer 2, Track Manager 2, 3. "To sit along the edge of lifef' STEVEN EDWARD LAURITSEN Favorite Pastime: Skiing Fondest Memory of FHS: State Swimming Meet "73" Pet Peeve: People trying to make you what youire not Activities: Maine lnterscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Soccer 2, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3. "You've got to live for today, then let it go." 38 CHERYL-ANN HYMAN "C.A." Ambition: To become a researchist and realize some of the wonders of the world What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Made the triple numbers in any one year of my Math Meet career A Word to Uriderclassrneri: "On doit etre engage." Activities: Class Day Usher 2, The Crest Staff - Assistant Circulation Manager 3, Circulation Man- ager 4, Editorial 2, 3, Dirigo Girls' State Alternate 3, Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 3, 4, Gradua- tion Usher 3, Gym Show 3, Latin Club 2, Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 3, Math Team 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus Accompanist 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 3, N.E. Scholastic Press Conference 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, WLU Student Alternate 3. "The life which is unexamined is not worth livingf' ROBERT MERTON LANE "Roh" Favorite Expression: "lt's about time l am out of here." Favorite Pastime: Trucking up to Lost Valley with Crow, Fish, and Ken A Word to Urtderclassmen: Beware of Captain Activities: Track Manager 2. "l leave this school without a regret." "Steven DONNA GAIL LIBBY "Libinut" Ambition: To be happily married Favorite Pastime: Being Ann Landers What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Studied Activities: Mixed Chorus 2. "Your time has come to shinef, JOHN PETER LOCKHART "Spider" Ambition: To compete successfully in at least one State Swimming Meet Foridest Memory of FHS: Would have to be my years on the swimming team under the influence and guidance of Mr. Wheeler What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Gone to Hebron Academy in my sophomore and junior years. Activities: Audio Visual Crew 23 French Club 33 Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 43 New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 43 Soccer 43 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Tennis 43 Varsity Club 3. "In restless dreams I walk alonef' VICTORIA LEE LOVEJOY "Vicki" Ambition: To be happy by making others happy What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Gotten a chance to really know everyone A Word to Underclassmen: Just be yourself. Activities: Class Day Usher 23 The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 4-3 Future Teachers of America 4-3 Gym Show 33 Mixed Chorus 4. "Does the song of the sea end at the shore or in the hearts of those who listen to it?" MATTHEW LEWIS MADEIRA "Matt" Favorite Expression: "Ya, sureg I'll get right on it." Pet Peeve: Brownie Pushers The Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Hoppe: as a teacher, a coach, and a friend Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee - Co-Chairman 33 The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, f Editorial 3, 43 Dirigo Boys, State Delegate 33 Latin Club 3, 43 Leo Club 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 NECO 3, 43 Stage Band 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 33 Varsity Club Show 2, 43 Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "There's so much left to know and I'm on the road to find out." MICHAEL JOSEPH MAYHEW "Mike" Ambition: To become the greatest con-artist that ever lived Favorite Pastime: Polishing my shovel Fondest Memory of FHS.' The day that school was shortened, from 2:10 to 2:05. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball - Junior Varsity 3, The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, Home Room Representative 2, National Honor Student Tutor 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, Varsity Club 3. "Opinions cannot survice if one has no chance to fight for themf, mms.. JAMES ANDREW MCCUBREY "Otis" Ambition: To bribe presidents, senators, and high officials Favorite Pastirne: Making money, looking at bank accounts, and taking photographs A Word to Underciassrnen: Watch out for hot lunch, it stays with you. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 3, Candlelight Service Usher 3, Class Officer - Trea- surer 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 4, French Club 2, Treasurer 3, Greece Trip 1971, High School Quiz Participant 3, Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Math Team 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Student Tutor 3, NECO 2, 3, 4, N,E. Scholas- tic Press Confcrence 3, 4, Paris Trip 1973, Swimming 2, 3. "That little town flirt" 40 JEFFREY MARK MASON "Harold" Arnbition: To have my own school system Fondest Memorjy of FHS: Mrs. Bemiss A Word to Underciassmen: Put a fan in the boys' room. Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 3, Class Officer - Secretary 4, Home Room Representative 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "By blood a king, by heart a clown." JOHN LEIGHTON MAYO Favorite Pastirne: Weekends at Sugarloaf Fondest Memory of FHS: State Win Meet ,73 Pet Peeve: Creely Activities: Baseball 4, Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Candlelight Service Usher 3, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 4, Golf Team 2, Captain 3, Leo Club 3, 4, Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4, New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 4, Ski Club 3, President 4, Soccer 2, 3, Tri- Captain 4, Swimming 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "Life is a pleasure." RICK STANLEY MCDEVITT "Manley" Ambition: To retire before fifty Favorite Pastime: Playing chess A Word to Underclassmen: Work hard in everything you do. Activities: Baseball 2, 33 Basketball - Junior Varsity 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Soccer Manager 2. "Saying is one thing, doing is anotherf' DANIEL STEPHEN MERRIMAN "Dig It" Ambition: To become a good musician - playing guitar, singing, and organ playing Favorite Expression: "Dig 'em" What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Participated in sports and become more athletic Activities: Mixed Chorus 3, 4. "I let my music take me where my heart wants to gofi JENNIFER LEIGH MERRITT "Jen" Ambition: To work with children, to have a family, and to love Fondest Memory of FHS: Summer of '72, chorus with Mr. Dow, and art with Mr. Stampone Pet Peeve: People who don't look below surfaces and those who d0n't care Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 43 Dramatics Club 43 Gym Show 2, 3, 43 Kitchen Crew 43 Language Lab Assistant 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 NECO 2, 3, 43 Paris Trip 19733 Special Chorus 4. "To soar into the spacious firmament of love and freedom." LINDA MAE MILLS "Millsie" Ambition: A farm, kids, and animals Pet Peeve: Frat boys, sorority chicks, and most of all teeny-hops A Word to Underclassmen: Keep your eyes on only "Him." Activities: All-State Chorus 43 Class Officer - Secretary 3g The Crest Staff - Editorial 43 Dramaties Club 43 Future Teachers of America 23 Gym Show 2, 3, 43 Home Room Representative 43 Kitchen Crew 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 NECO 43 One-Act Play 43 Paris Trip 19733 The Skipper Staff 2. "Always leave them laughing when you say good-bye." CYNTHIA ANN MOORE Ambition: To become an X-ray technician Fondest Memory' of FHS, Long oucnlions Pe! Peeoe: Hot Lunch Lines! Aciizfilies: Class Day Usher 23 The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 23 Guidance Office Secretary 2, 3, 4, Gym Show 2, 3, 4-3 Maine Teachers Association Award 23 Math Team 2, 3, 43 NECO 43 Rome Trip 19733 Track 23 WLU Student Alternate 3. "Sunshine on a cloudy day." EMILY MacPHERSON PAWLE Ambition: To live with Indians Pe! Pffetle: High mailboxes A Word lo UlL!il?fl'hIl.Y.9IH6H.' All is not lost . . . Af'1iifilies.' Kitchen Crew 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: NECO 4-3 Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 33 Swimming 2, 33 Tutor for Special Education Class 4. "Alone I did it." 42 DENNIS MICHAEL MOOAR "Mike" Ambition: To get into college, have my old apartment back in Kennebunkport, and then get married Favorite Pnstinze: On the turnpikc Friday morning Pet Peeoe: Not being able to have a smoke Aclizfiliea' The Crest Staff Y Business 43 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Soccer Manager 23 Track 2. "There's a highway somewhere headed for tomorrowf, UC. Moore" KATHLEEN ANNA NOYES "Kathy" l Ambition: To remain happy with someone I love Fondest Memory of FHS: Anticipation throughout '72 l Pez Peeve: Narrow-minded people ' Activities: Cheerleading 7 Junior Varsity 23 The Crest Staff - 43 French Club 33 Guidance Office Y Secretary 3g Language Lab Assistant 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Ski Club 4-3 Tutor for Special Educa- tion Class 4. "True love is forever N 4 if 3 ,ygf ski GLENN EBEN PERRY 'rEben" Favorite Pastime: Avoiding the drug scene Fondest fllernory of FHS: The Wonder Years, Ages 15-18 A Word to Underclnssmen: Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy! Activities: Class Officer - President 23 The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 3, 43 Harvard Book Award 33 High School Quiz Participant 3, 43 Leo Club 3, 43 Maine Teachers Association Award 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 National Merit Semi-Finalist 33 NCTE Runner-Up 43 N.E. Scholastic Press Conference 3, 43 The Skipper Staff 23 Soccer 2, Manager 43 Student Council 43 Swimming Manager 43 U.S. Senate Youth Delegate 43 Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "I am long on ideas, but short on time., LILA PAYSON Ambition: To live a happy life Favorite Pastime: Weekends at Sugarloaf Fonafest MBMUW of FHS: Looking down the track Activities: Basketball -- Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 43 Track 3. "l've looked at life that wayf, KATHERINE ELIZABETH PERRY "Katie MARK WYMAN PETERSEN "Clark" Ambition: To put 200 sf-agulls and pigeons in the gym one hour before graduation Fiivorite Expression: "That's Petersen with three "E's" Favorite Pastinze: Digging graves Al'li1.'l'liCSf Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 43 The Crest Staff 7 Business 4, Editorial 43 Earth Day Discussion Leader 23 Maine interscholastic Track Meet 33 Perfect Attendance 3. 43 Soccer 3, 43 Track 2. 33 Varsity Club 2, 33 Varsity Club Show 3. "I kid you not." Ambition: To become a good medical technologist and to travel around the world Fondest Memory of FHS: My Senior year Pet Peeve: Liberated women - right, Mrs. Arlander? Attending Westbrook College, Portland, Maine, under the three-year program 4. Activities: NECO 3, 43 Stage Band 3, 43 Yachtsmen Band 2, 3. "It was a very good year." TIMOTHY LEO PORTER Ambition: To succeed in everything I do Fondest Memory of FHS: Snack bar What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Been on the track team more often Transferred from Wiscasset High School, Wiscasset, Maine 2. Activities: Track 2, 3. "All who are free to follow their hearts are beautifulf' TERRI LYNN PFEFFER "Pfef" Fondest Memory of FHS: "The Gangw and "Thar's-a-bar" Secret Ambition: To paint the world in wondrous colors of Love, Peace, and Brotherhood A Word to Underclassmen: "Do all you can to live at peace with everyonef' Romans 12:18 Activities: Basketball 7 Junior Varsity 2, Manager 4: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3 4: Dirigo Girls' State Alternate 3: Drafting Award 3: Elementary School Tutor 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America - Secretary 4: Graduation Usher 3: Gym Show 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: NECO 4: Paris Trip 1973: Varsity Club Show 2, "The way to be happy is to make others so " R STEPHEN THOMAS RANDALL Ambition: To build a boat and then travel around the world Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Wheeler and the swimming team Pet Peeve: Reading, writing, and arithmetic Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine lnterscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4: NECO 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "Still waters run deep." 44 JOANNE SUE PULLIS "Jo, Frog" Ambition: To be happy and young all my life Favorite Pastime: Horses Fondest Memory of FHS: The Girls' swimming team and Mr. Halpin's classes Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: Ski Club 2, 4g Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4 Swimming 2, 3, Captain 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "Endurance is patience concentrated." "Crandall" CHARLES BURTON RODWAY, III Favorite Pastirne: College Bowl in Mr. Hill's class, trying to win over Cole's team, and watching Mr. Hill try to smoke his chalk Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Wheeler, the three years on the swimming team, and April 7, 1972 Q Pet Peeve: Eligibility rules!! Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3: New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3: Swimming 2, 3, Manager 4: Varsity Club Show 3. "These are the good ole' daysf, CATHERINE SUSAN RUBY "Cathy" Ambition: To always have happiness and freedom and to make my family proud of me Fondest lllernory of FHS: My first black eyel Pet Peeve: People who can only see their way and won't try to understand others Activities: Basketball - Varsity 3: The Crest Staff -- Editorial 3: Elementary School Tutor 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Gym Show 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: NECO 2, 3, 4: Office Secretary 2, 3, 4: Paris Trip 1973: Swimming 2: Track 2. "Beauty is that which attracts the soul.', PAUL ALLEN RICHARDS "Chuds" Arnbitiorz: To find the ultimate mountain, the endless winter, and the unlimited bank account Favorite Pastirne: Spending weekends at Sugarloaf with Josh and ,lohn Foridest Memory of FHS: The reign of William of Fletcher Activities: Baseball 2, 3: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, Captain 4: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Curriculum Study Committee 3: Home Room Representative 3: Leo Club 3, 4: Ski Club 2, Vice-President 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, Captain 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3. "Ride the crest of the wave to the shore." "Chuck" STEPHEN PAUL ROGERS "Edu Ambition: To be at peace with myself, have a few good friends, and be successful at whatever I dow Favorite Pastirne: Sleeping, eating, and playing sports Forzdest Memory of FHS: Mr. Wheelerls and Mr. Flanagan's biology class '70-'71: Mr. Stadden's U.S. History class ,71-72: class trips Activities: Audio Visual Staff 2: Baseball 3, 4: Basketball Manager 2: Cross Country 2: Soccer 3, 4: Track 2. "Conform and be dull." ,JOHN EDWARD SAWYER Ambition: To live in a world of contentment and tranquility Pet Peeve: The mixture of social and A Word to Underclnssrnen: The young live, the old exist. Live. Activities: Baseball 4g Math Team 3, 45 Soccer 3, 4. "Times change, and we change with BENJAMIN LINCOLN RUSSELL "Ben" Ambition: To lead a purposeful life in harmony with those around me Favorite Expression: "You guys have a warped sense of entertainmentf' Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee Co-Chairman 33 Candlelight Service Usher Chairman 3g Citizenship Award 3g Class Officer - Vice-President 3, 45 The Crest Staff 1 Business 3, 43 Dirigo Boys' State Delegate 3: Greece Trip 1971g Latin Club 3, President 4g Leo Club 3, Secretary 43 Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Student Tutor 43 NECO 3g N.E. Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4g Student Council 23 Swimming 2, 3, Tri-Captain 4g Varsity Club 3, 4: Yale Book Award 3g YMCA Older Boys' Conference 3. "Red sails in the sunsetu political status in the school them." -Q--d DEBORAH FRANCES SMITH Fondest Alernory of FHS: My friends Pet Peeve: Teachers who don't correct papers on time A Word to Underclassrnen: Have funl Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 33 Future Teachers of America 2g Cvym Show 2, 35 NECO 4g Paris Trip 1973, Track 2. "I only wish to live my life." 46 LEONARD ZANE SHEAN "Einstein" Ambition: To become a radar technician for the NASA Research Center Favorite Expression: "Every problem can be solved." Fondest Memory of FHS: Spending study halls in the library reading encyclopedias Transferred from Goose High School, Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada 4. "A still, small voice." "Debbie" SALLY JEAN SMITH "Smii' Favorite Pastirne: Playing "Thar's-a-bar" with Millsie Fbridcsl Mernory of FHS: Night chorus rehearsals Grcatext Infaerzcc on My High School Career: Mr. Halpin's Political and Economic Systems class Activities: The Cn-st Staff - Editorial 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 French Club 2, 43 Guidance Offiei Secretary 2, 33 Gym Show 43 Mixed Chorus 43 National Honor Student Tutor 2, 3, 43 Office Serwrv tary 43 One-Act Play 4. "At the end of every rainbow is a pot of gold." REBECCA LYNN TAPLIN "Becky" Ambition: To go to Hawaii someday Favorite Expression: "Yeah, I know." Pet Peeve: Gossip Activities: Gym Show 2, 43 Softball 23 Track 2. "I listen to the wind of my soul," Ambition: To travel, meet people, and never stop learning Favorite Places: The Shack, bubbles, H.I.O.B.S., Somerlyst, the construction site, Bar Harbor 3141 Favorite Things: Green, 3, Sunrise, Early Sunday mornings, vain, walking Transferred from Cheverus High School, Portland, Maine 3. Activities: Swimming 2, 3, 4. "Make an exceptionf ERLENE RAE TRUFANT "Ernie' Hivorite Paslime: Going truvkin' with Lisa and Bonnie Foridest Mcmfnryf of FHS: My friends Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Co-Captain 3: Gym Show 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Office Secretary 33 Track 23 Varsity Club 43 Yaehtsmen Band 2, 3, 4, "My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue." 'I WILLIAM ALAN TAYLOR "Bill" MICHAEL FRANCIS WALSH Arnbition: To be successful in life Favorite Expression: "Right Arm!" Foridest Memory of FHS: Sturbridge Trip 1970 Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Swimming 3, 43 Varsity Club 3. l "I have my freedom. I can make my own rules, the ones that I choosef, DEBORAH SUE WESCOTT "Debbie" Ambition: To be a successful accountant Favorite Pastime: Skiing, watching soccer games Fondest Mernorg' of FHS: Ski trips to Sunday River, Dec. - Feb. sophomore year Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 3, 4g Dirigo Girls' State Alternate 3: French Club 2g Future Teachers of America 49 Gym Show 33 London Trip l972g Math Team 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 43 National Honor Student Tutor 43 NECO 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4. "Have you ever listened to the snow fall?" 48 DALE TWOMBLY Ambition: To travel, meet people, and get out of life whatever is necessary to keep me thinking realistically Favorite Pastime: Skiing and sailing alone so I can enjoy true beauty before it is destroyed by humans Pe! Peeve: People that are never mature and down to earth at any point in their life Activities: Class Day Usher 23 Color Guard 29 The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 2, 43 French Club 2, 3, Gym Show 2, 3: Home Room Representative 2, Language Lab Assistant 2, 3g Latin Club 2: London Trip 1972: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: NECO 2, 31 Ski Club 2, 3, 49 Special Chorus 4, Student Council Secretary 3g Swimming 2, Track 2. "There are so many dreams I've yet to find." Hwoodstocku LISA NILSON WEICKERT Ambition: To find a place to live happy and free Pet Peeve: Those who ruin others' parties and people who call others "hippies" A Word to Underclassmen: D0 your best and then . . . LEAVE! Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2g The Crest Staff - Editorial 3g Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 2, Latin Club 23 NECO 33 Swim- ming 2. "There is something in the wind." MARK RAYMOND WHITNEY Ambition: To become an architect Favorite Pastime: Early dismissal Foridest Memory of FHS: Are you kidding? "I am not now that which I have be -if' DIANE ELIZABETH WINSLOW Ambitiori: To be happy with the one I love Favorite Pastime: Spending quiet afternoons and evenings over to South Portland Pet Peeve: People who play a never-ending act to society Activities: Yachtsmen Band 2. 3, 4-. "All your dreams are on their way." THOMAS LEWIS WHITE "T, White Ambition: To graduate and live my life the way I want to Favorite Expression: "Hey, Nick, what are we doing this weekend?" Pet Peeve: Teachers who look down on students Activities: Baseball 2: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2: Leo Club 49 Soccer 3. l'Chaos often breeds life." BONNIE LEE WING Favorite Pastime: Not talking? Foridest Memory of FHS: Let me think about it. Pet Peeve: Depressed people ' Transferred from Cony High School, Augusta, Maine 3. "Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine." HRed,, Q SCOTT BRIAN WRIGHT Favorite Pastime: Friday nights Fondest Memory of FHS: November 28, 1970 A Word to Underrlassmen: Good Luck! Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball - Varsity 4-g Soccer 2. "Whatever you do, do cautiously, and look to the endf' LOIS JEAN YORK "Loie" Ambition: To bridge many communication gaps Favorite Expression: "Oh, no!" A Word to Uaderclassmen: Your mind is worth too much to destroy. Activities: Mixed Chorus 23 NECO 4-g Office Secretary 43 The Skipper Staff 2. "Human feelings are frail, the ways of the world are ruggedf' WILLIAM BENJAMIN ZIEGLER "Bill" Foridest Memory of FHS: Making friends and participating in sports Pet Peeve: Guys who watch me while Iim watching girls What I Wish I Had Done at Falmouth: Something worthwhile ' Activities: Baseball 2, 4, Basketball - ,Iunior Varsity 3, Varsity 4-g Home Room Representative 4g Leo Club 3, 4-Q Varsity Club 3. "Be master of your habits or they will master you." DAR Good Citizen JO-ELLEN BOIS Harvard and Yale Book Award Winners Harvard Book Award: Glenn Perry Yale Book Award: Benjamin Russell Dirigo Girls' and Boys' State Delegates Standing, left to right: Ben Russell, Brenda Hil frank, Jo-Ellen Bois, Lorna Bonsey, Bryant Bull ock, Matthew Madeira. Brazilian Exchange Students Len Lo right: Djalma Pereira, Maria Patriola, Oswaldo Ribeiro. 51 Senior CONTRIBUTED MOST TO FALMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL Jo-Ellen and Bryant CLASS FLIRTS Jim and Edith IRIS' A Q 4' 'R MOST ATHLETIC Cheryl and Paul I I I MOST CREATIVE David and Cathie CLASS PRANKSTERS Sharon and Chuck Superla tives CLASS INTELLECTUALS Cheryl-Ann and Glenn MOST VERSATILE Kathryn and Ben F RIENDLIEST Lorna and Jeff INDIVIDUALISTS Ron and Emily MOST PROMISING Amby and Brenda I ? x E S 1 1 2 n 1 I G 5 2 I older our we will become throughout our lifetimes hopes and dreams reflect our now assess what we have Hopefully, through our to set worthwhile goals and of how to go about achieving most of us grow practicality. As us to realize our in the future. Individually, yet still within the security of a group, we must prepareto meet the ,Challenges we shall contend with in the yglgiegoinnlishing our ambitions. We must our goals, for therein lies ful- fillment., V' iiihl l,,:l i iilglt Vi ' A 5l'L.Qaf,QCa. 5 ,mgwmmm1mw,,4,W,,,W:FQ-:gg:gm,,1,M..,hw - W ,.,.,. J, 1. z.f:w:- :wi Lf,. fX,,Am-fwzfwwfesw.-:aa,+.f,fw,:w:zmfzaawstseekveliia f, ..,,f',- -I v 1' - f . ' - -,1f, ,,,, :Q-'17-:ni':A:1a,seh:ff:.f::As -ff:-f, .Q I l 1 L w v w 1 V I i i v F First row, left to right: H. Steele, A. Morse, P. Winchenbach. P. Trufanl, J. Stroud, S. Walker, A. McCorkel. Second row: Mr. Lawler, G. Villacci, M. Twombly, N. Taylor, B. Wilson, J. Whittaker, D. Mooar, W. Weeks, S. Turner. Third row: J. While, K. Morton, S. Viveiros, P. Vorlicek, D. Willerson, J. Starkey. Class of 1975 Homeroom -71' 16 Sophomore - Committee S il W Sealed, nn w fight. B. Holmes, 5. Reiche, s. ' Walker, J. Deering. Standing: S. Lucas, P. Godsoe, B. Snow, P. Vorlicek, D. Burnett. 5, ,,.,, , . 62 wavy! AE JW 'Zu K Junior Executive Committee Seated, left to right: S. Walsh, P. H y K Noyes, G. Berry. Standing: L. Coh S Kent, B. Hilfrank. N. sw 'li Q49 92 LX fi ' 'x -..f ... A., Ji ' as 5' X X' " 9' ,Q V rx 1 N w 1 Y I "Hmmm, ., , A . QB, '2i--1 zz' ,h,,, . 3 ,,,,, g z1,f'wajZ f.. , 19? 44,3 , M 1, s if ,fa 1 ,' f W, Q A 'ci , U5 ff pf, ,, 4 Y f'fL,4W:w1 x sg... HQ? ' f . fi 5 I my nw.. 4"" ' ' . -- i -. ,, 9 far lda 'V L :'1 52 ,. xxx' 2 A , V V ' Q V 'WQM 5,75 N .lg main ? I KN ff? Q' W V- 4 y A ' I Mx ,Au N1 ,I ' ' . qi Q' 4 'A 'Zi' ,ir-,JU f-Y, 2 QP if . 1 0. M In I ,A lr ' A Qjff,z 1 0 Q ,A..ufhi5X ,ZWMMA H 53,145 ' Rf .. Q ,,,,M.,,.....,.7 ...W L U, ,,,L L L.,L .-, Y ,, .qv g,,g.f:," t'wS,,.,W,, -W. , T, , i w. I Wi? .. ,,,. X 7 1' Q V3 ' L, ,. , 1 ff film xvgwwm +4- ill! 1 l I The Crest - Editorial Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . . . .................. .......................... .... J o -Ellen Bois ASSISTANT EDITOR ......... ..... G ail Conb0Y LAYOUT EDITOR .............. ......... G lenn PerTY ASSISTANT LAYOUT EDITOR .... ---. R CbGCC21 Hilffank SENIOR EDITORS SPORTS EDITORS ALUMNI EDITORS ll' 'Wendolyn Carr Cynthia Moore Deborah Wescott Vicki Lovejoy Brenda Brown Mark Petersen Judith Benoit Cathy Cooper FACULTY EDITORS "' Dale Twombly Cheryl Burnett Sally Smith Ellen Honan Brenda Hilfrank Katherine Noyes Suzette Bois Donna Coodnow STUDENT PHO TOGRAPHERS 'James McCubrey Peter Williams Peter Farnum 66 Matthew Madeira Ambrose Berry Beth D'Amico Sharon Balzer Karen Halligan John Mayo Catherine Jones A C TI VI TIES EDITORS 'Lori Cohen Cheryl Emerson Janice Grant Karen Noyes Karen Davis Lorna Bonsey Jonathan Carr CLASS EDITORS Sheila Walsh Alix Lowry AR T EDITORS Glenn Perry Terri Pfeffer Linda Mills Joanne Pullis Ik 'Deborah Trott Amy Brown Jennifer Merritt Susan Walker Patricia Evans FLOA TERS Linda Mills Ellen Honan Susan Walker TYPIS TS "Terry Crawford Julie Mitchell Catherine DeBevoise ADVISER Miss Roberta F. Rogers ASSISTANT ADVISER Mr. Randolph E. Quint The Crest - Business Staff 'AD DA Y" "AD DA Y" AND BOOSTERS BOOSTER ADS HOMEROOM COLLECTORS Jo-Ellen Bois Paul Richards Sheila Walsh Joshua Bradford Thomas White Peter Farnum James McCubrey Mark Petersen Bruce Abramson Peter Halligan Cheryl Burnett Judith Benoit Vicki Harris Jon Parker Robert Doughty Beth D,Amico Patricia Doughty Michael Moore George Hammond Jay Brown Stephen Lauritsen Kevin Foley Keith Nicely Wendi Carr Diana Wilson Cheryl Morris Peter Williams Barbara Baker Terri Pfeffer Jennifer Merritt Joseph Reali Stephen Boucher Karen Noyes Lorri Cohen Scott Sawyer Nancy Searle Andrew Mangino Matthew Madeira Kathryn Burke Benjamin Russell Stephen Randall Donna Coodnow Deborah Wescott Brenda Hilfrank Cole Harris Vicki Lovejoy John Mayo Cheryl-Ann Hyman Ambrose Berry Brenda Brown Judith Benoit Thomas Estabrook John Ricker Curtis lngraham Dale Twombly Becki Hilfrank A - . Wendi Carr Bryant Bullock Patricia Evans Jeffrey Benoit Elizabeth Harper Curtis lngraham Leslie Knight Keith Nicely Diana Wilson Raimond Winslow Kathy Bryant Jon Carr Janet Deering Jeffrey Estes Vicki Reardon David Robinson Lois Hunter Erik Knudsen Susan Walker Kevin Morton Donna Goodnow Cole Harris Cynthia Moore Matthew Madeira Deborah Wescott William Ziegler New England Sch olastie Press Association Conference Delegates Seated, leh to right: B. Bullock, Mrs. Mathurin, J. Bois, Mr. Quint, C. Hyman. Standing: D. Twombly, J. McCubrey, K. Nicely, P, Williams, G. Perry, D. Wilson, B. Hilfrank, W. Carr, G. Conboy. sf 2. ravi. 1: 1 T -2 I If as ,a . .... .wil ,, .,.. ,,Wx t ,EMM 3 Iisiiiii , Crest 4 N , Swag 1 , , X Editor-inf Chief Jo-Ellen Bois Assistant Circulation Manager Diana Wilson 0 C3Hd1dS Assistant Editor Gail Conhoy Assistant Layout Editor Becky Hilfrank Seated, len to right: D. Twombly, B. Brown, E. Harper, B. Hilfrank, L. Bonsey, D. Wilson, S. Walsh, J. Milliken, S. Kent. Second row: Mrs. Mathurin, E. Ruby, J. Bois, C. Ruby, L. Cohen, J. Whittaker, W. Carr, K. Halligan, S. Balzer, A. Lowry, Miss McCann. Third row: L. Pawle, T. Oakes, C. Jones, K. Bryant, T. Pfeffer, C. Hutcheon, E. Hunan, L. Hunter, A. Weickert, M. Hallett, H. Jones. Fourth row: S. Smith, A. Hodgdon, K. Jensen, B. Barker, J. Ricker, S. Boucher, J. Rogers, J. Merritt, S. Bois, D. Harrell. The French Club has been very active this past year. The major effort was an outstanding Christmas tea. Other activities were the supper for the seniors, arranged by the underclassmen in the club, the selling of stationery, and various food sales. Everyone contributed much time and effort to make the French Club very successful. La tin Club French Club The Latin Club, with Ben Russell as president, hosted the Junior Classical Leaguefs District IV Convention on November 3. Various food sales were held to assure enough funds for the annual Latin Club banquet held in March. Sealed, leh to right: J. Bois, S. Boucher, B. Russell, S. Arlander, C Hutcheon, Mrs. Hager. Second row: L. Pawle, W. Lunt, R. Cheney, Caesar, J. Howe, J. O'Brien, S. Bois, Third row: J. Patton, A. Lowry, C. Theime, P. Youngs, M. Madeira B. Mayhew, C. Greeley, D. Burnett. i 142 k tj , H ',,,. 1 , ' f A ' , . a A ' " if - gift le, I 1 . 1 tt c a M I . Seated, leh to right: S, Balzer, B. Bullock, Mrs. Arlander, G. Perry, L. Knight. Standing: T. Oakes, E. Harper, C. Hutcheon, C. Hyman, J. Carr, D. Goodnow. The Student Council received an increasing amount of responsibility in student government this year. Its members have worked for improved school conditions and student relationships. Although the list is not complete, major projects of the Council have been the Free Fare Concert, recess cookie sales, the trial smoking area, and the Greaser Dance. Future Teachers Student Council The Future Teachers of America have had a productive year. Their participation in the annual Open House helped to make it a success. At Christmas time the Club went caroling at Franklin Towers. A trip to the Baxter School for the Deaf proved most informative to the members, and the annual fried clam supper was a great success. It was an enjoyable and educational year for all. Seated, left to right: V. Lovejoy, R. Buzzell, Miss Rogers, D. Coodnow, T. Pfeffer. Standing: D. Wescott, S. Boucher, Mrs. Macgowan, D. Wheeler, S. Blake. 70 Seated, len to right: W. Ziegler, A. Berry, Mr. Stadden, R. Burke, B. Russell. Secorui mw: S. Boucher, R. Doughty, J. Reali, P. Farnum, B. Bullock, N. Keen, C. Harris, K. Nicely, P. l-lalligan. Third row: G. Berry, J. Mason, T. White, J. Mayo, G. Perry, P. Richards, M. Madeira, S. Randall, J. Bradford, C. Ingraham. The Leo Club of 1972-1973 worked hard on many activities. Their major projects have been making and giving 850.00 worth of presents to the Boys' Training Center and selling popcorn at home basketball games. Under the direction of Mr. Stadden, the members of the Leo Club have done a great deal of work and enjoyed themselves doing it. Leo Club Math Team Under the supervision and guidance of Mr. Hoppe, the Math Team achieved another successful season. Cheryl-Ann Hyman, as captain, led the team to many victories in the small school division, as well as an unofficial high rating in the large school division. First row: C. Moore, B. D'Amico, Mr. Hoppe, C. Hyman, Mr. Wolcott, D. Wescott, W. Carr. Second row: C. Burnett, B. Hilfrank, E. Harper, W. Lunt, C. Hutcheon, J, Whitaker, L. Cohen, J. O'Brien, A. Lowry, B. Hilfrank. Third raw: J. Rogers, R. Kenney, J. Sawyer, P. Baker, S. Boucher, R. Cooney, D. Foster. Fourth row: J. Howe, R. Cheney, P. Farnum, P. Vorlicek, R. Winslow. First row, left to right: D. Wescott, J. Pullis, J. Milliken, M. Hallett, S. Reiche, C. Dunphe, Mr. Sinclair, P. Godsoe, C. Edwards, S. Rogers. Second row: S. Lauritsen, J. White, R. Cooney, R. Kenney, C. Chamberlain, J. Morey, R. Hopkins, K. Foley, J. Mayo, S. Randall, J. Cooney. The Ski Club had a new adviser this year, Mr. Sinclair. Under his supervision, they went on a three-day excursion to Squaw Mountain the weekend of February 4. All members had a great time and plan to return next year. Paris Trippers Ski Club April vacation was a memorable experience for these students. Their trip to Paris with chaperones Miss McCann and Mrs. Mathurin was exciting as well as educational. First row, left to right: S. Balzer, L. Mills, C. Ruby, T. Pfeffer, C. Hyman, S. Boucher, J. Bois, C. Greeley, D. Wilson, E. Honan, Mrs. Mathurin. Second row: D. Smith, J. Merritt, L. Bonsey, J. Ricker, J. McCubrey, M. Jensen, Miss McCann, P. Evans, C. Morris. 72 ' - .W f'-ff ,"', ,,.:. A First row, left to right: B. Russell, S. Street, C. Burnett, C. Hyman, G. Perry. Second row: Miss Buck, J. Bois. J. McCubrey, B. Hilfrank. A. Berry, Mrs. Macgowan. Old Members National Honor Society First row, leji to right: D. Twombly, D. Wescott, S. Bean, S. Smith, D. Goodnow, B. Brown, J. Merritt, V. Lovejoy, M. Patriota, L. Mills, T. Pfeffer, P. Wood, T. Jannace. Second row: Mr. Dow, J. Mitchell, P. Winchenbach, C. Hutcheon, T. Oakes, K. Bryant, M. Beinema, J. Brown, S. Taplin, D. Ferrera, P. Libby, C. Boynton, S. Taplin. Third row: R. Pfeffer, E. Wilcox, D. Judkins, E. O'Brien, A. Devine, J. Lawrence, K. Halligan, C. Greeley, E. Harper, A. Morse, E. Edwards, C. Wilson, M. Halpin, R. Randall, L. Leighton. Fourth row: L. Currier, V. Judkins, D. Botkin, D. Horne, L. Peterson, K. Marsh, M. Youngs, K. Nelson, B. Hilfrank, J. Mayhew, K. Horne, C. Willey, L. Ingraharn, O. Ferris. Fijih row: D. Hamlin, R. Clough, C. McCann, M. Berry, M. Brown, M. Taylor, H. Jones, D. Wilson, S. DiMatteo, M. Cavellaro, C. Morris, C. Martin, G. Wilson, D. Trott. Sixth row: D. Cole, P. Laughlin, S. Boucher, L. Gagne, R. Buzzell, E. Trufant, S. Blake, J. Benoit, D. Wheeler, D. Trufant, D. Judkins. Seventh row: K. Baker, L. Estabrook, G. Perry, J. Richer, J. Rogers, J. Smith, E. Nelson, F. Hatcher. Eighth row: D. Willey, A. Noyes, C. Ingraham, L. Libby, T. Skillin, P. Baker, D. Perry, T. Merrill. Mixed Chorus The mixed chorus swelled its numbers this year to almost one hundred members. They partici- pated at the Open House, the very Y i successful Christmas concert, and a small concert for the elderly at Franklin Towers. . E555-x. Special Chorus First row, lej? to right: D. Twombly, A. Devine, S. Smith, R. Clough, R. Randall. Sec- ond row: K. Nelson, C. Hutcheon, S. Bean, K. Bryant, T. Oakes. Third row: H. Jones, E. Nelson, J. Merritt. Fourth raw: G. Perry, D. Cole, R. Buzzell. First row, left to right: R. Buzzell, K. Nelson, H. Jones, G. Perry, P. Wood, S. Boucher. Second row: C. Ingraham, D. Wheeler, T. Merrill, P. Baker, M. Perry, T. Estahrook, F. Madeira, D. Willey. Third row: Mr. Dow, D. Perry, B. Snow, E. Nelson, M. Madeira, D. Cole, D. Botkins. The members of the Stage Band and their director, Mr. Dow, have been busy this year entertaining at home basketball games. They have also displayed their talents in a concert at Pineland Hospital. Stage Band Yachtsmen Band The Falmouth High School Yachtsmen Band, with its 50 members, had a very good year. Their activities included the traditional Christmas concert as well as an exchange concert with Hampden, Maine. Hrst row, leh to right: N. Rodway, J. Whitaker, T. Oakes, K. Bryant, E. Harper, P. Wood, M. Halpin, K. Nelson, R. Clough. Second row: A. Cooper, E. Trufant, D. Winslow, C. Cooper, N, Taylor, H. Lewis, J. Cooney, S. Rogers. C. Morris, D. Wilson, H. Jones, Mr. Dow. Third row: T. Merrill, A. Morse, D. Botkin, D. Ferrera, R. Cooney, B. Goodnow, S. Wilson, L. Libby. Fourth row: E. Nelson, M. Madeira, J. White, F. Madeira, D. Willey, S. Boucher, T. Estabrook, C. Ingraham. Fifth row: P. Baker, D. Cole, J. Baker, D. Merritt, K. Baker, F. Hatcher, R. Buzzell, D. Wheeler. Office Secretaries This year,s office sec- retaries have been a big help to Mrs. Wood. These are the people we have seen collecting attendance slips and running around doing various other errands. The addition of these girls to the office ena- bled Mrs. Wood to get the more important work completed. Guidance Secretaries Although few in number, the guidance secre- taries did many useful tasks for Mrs. Mayo and Mr. Bryant. They devoted much time and energy towards the efficient management of the Guidance Office. Student Librarian The lone student librarian, Vanessa Judkins, spent many of her free hours in the library helping Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Kupelian. Her help was much appreciated by the two librarians, who were freed from many menial tasks to go on to other duties. 76 Kneeling, left to right: D. Harris, D. Newcomb, C. Ruby, G. Mayberry, M. Breton, S. Blake, L. Payson. Standing: C. Emer- son, S. Smith, S. Balzer, S. Marr, L. Hunter, Mrs. Wood, K. Noyes, V. Harris, P. Gerow, R. Brill, A. Weickert. S. Penney. Ley? to right: K. Noyes, D. Goodnow, Mrs. Mayo, J. Grant. Seated: Mrs. Kupelian Standing: Mrs. Wagner, V. .ludkins l 124 F- 1 mi at 5 7...-'gig it . ik illll tx ll 53 ll il First row, lej? to right: S. Bois, B. Rafter, C. Emerson, S. Bean, J. Whittaker, Miss McCann, K. Jensen, Mrs. Mathurin. Second row.' J. Howe, J. Ricker, M. Jensen, M. Halpin, S. French, C. Ruby. Third row: B. Wilson, C. Greeley, L. Pawle, L. Hunter, S. Marr, M. Breton, A. Hodgdon, M. Desmond. At table: J. Carr, W. Drown. Second row: A. Casparius, J. Cagne, J. McCorkle, S. Herrick, D. Trufant, Mr. Black. Third row: R. Ordway, T. Skillin, C. Dobson. First row: B. Brown, J. Merritt, L. Mills. Second row: S. Boucher, H. Jones, G. Conboy, Miss McCann, L. Bonsey, C. Hutcheon, S. Smith. Third row: ,l. Keith, B. Connolly, B. Snow, S. Arlander. . My get Language Lab Assistants As always, the lan- guage lab assistants have been helpful to those people who needed to listen to tapes or use the other resources in the lab. These people have given up study halls in order to help others get the full value of the lan- guage lab and their work is much appreci- ated. Audio- Vis ual Crew Audio-Visual services gave the fac- ulty a hand while giving its members practical experience by using the A-V equipment. Experiences included: run- ning movies for assemblies and individ- ual classes, and the set up and running of the Video Tape equipment. The dramatics club was reinstated into the Falmouth High group of activities this year under the guidance of Miss McCann. The group was instrumental in arranging the "Thir- ties and Forties Revuel' and the Christmas Assembly. Their efforts were appreciated by all. 77 Open House SEPT EMBER 6 School opens 27 Crest Ad day 29 Sophomore Sturbridge Trip 'qfijy 2' if YEH l X NN ' F5 xxx xxx X x- fa J x 'il 'li ' 3 w Nineteen Seventy OCTOBER 6 Teachers' Convention 13 Senior Class sponsors Bingo" 20 Fort Kent Dance 21 Fort Kent Game 24- Open House 31 Halloween ,v - No School "Beach Blanket ' 4 Q1 - 65 'KJ Y x' X ' x , Vgeiirtxf ' R'25,tS'l ' 1 N 4 r' ' l we . TP IK E J twin ' .I.C.L. Convention Xl 3, NOVEMBER 3 B.U. Conference 3 Latin Club hosts J.C.L. District W4 Convention 6 Walt Whitman Assembly 6 High School Quiz 7 National Election 13 Free Fare Assembly 15 Storm day e- NO SCHOOL! 17 Free Fare Concert 22 Alumni Game 23 Thanksgiving Recess all ,h t 'ft f l " 'li . .. gf'i5-1:13 iz' ggg'f"frwv"' mul. ' X 'R 3' R ,fvqrg Nw High Hoopers Game Hundred Two . . . DECEMBER 13 High Hoopers Came 13 Thirties and Forties Revue 15 French Classes taste "La Haute Cuisine" Escargots 17 Christmas Concert 19 French Club Tea 21 Christmas Assembly 22 Vacation 25 Christmas 26 Former President Truman 28 National Day of mourning dies 5 Greaser Day 7 2 JANUARY 2 School reopens 17-19 Midyear Exams as , 1- 22 Former President Johnson dies i , 22-23 Yearbook Picture Taking days 25 National day of mourning - No school 27 Peace - at last. 29 New Arrivals: Kristine Lynn Hoppe and Bethany Lawler 0 O50 0523 OO A O O- i' Picture Taking Days Escargots FEBRUARY , 2 Groundhog's Day 14 Valentine's Day 16 Creaser Day - Rally 16 Vacation Begins! 26 School reopens. 27 Library takes on a new look with carpeting ". . IH no way should V it be considered a lounge . , . U 80 ...ms WAK- Senior Supper MARCH 2 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 8 The 1973 Crest goes to press 9 ,lo-Ellen relaxes! 10 Senior Smorgasbord 15 Senior Term Papers due 16 Senioritis Begins! 16 Girls, Gym Show f ?' K ,Q l O ff f' X ll C .BY 1 rg ll-- " !f?:-5 C' Hlje Q 51 s qLi'xJviv" ll l"'l ll . Good Old Days w- :1oDfr"CJ:1:r 4. NHS Induction Ceremony APRIL 1 April Fool's Day 6 Varsity Club Show 13 Friday - an unlucky day for some! 13 Paris Trippers leave for a vacation in the "City of Light" 13 Vacation begins! 22 Easter 23 School reopens 28 FTA fried clam supper and l Three I ,4 7 ' GMI? , , A 1 JUNE The 1973 Crest makes its appearance' 10 Candlelight Service 14- Class Day 15 Graduation Varsity Club Show MAY 3 Junior Class field trip to North Shore - no way 12 Junior Class Supper 28 Memorial Day Graduation Engl 7 V 81 The arrival of The Crest Arts amf Spring Drama Workshop ' V L"' Macirzime Cartooning fy 'W 1 gg 445 If Ciayworkslirsp - ' E, I ,,-LLLhL, ,L Phbtography Sessions Humanities Festival Knms 1972 NXXM M come! The Good 'Ole Days 55?- 5 sg , slag' ' ps, but no hool Y W 'mi ll L What legs! V Bend and Str-r-r t h ge-f',igQce Q W ef'iw,, 5?-1 '51 X A Qu ,wget 1 HQ K wwf N Q52 bw rx 9' in + ,w 'S I--W-www-11. , ai-T'737fff . - K MQUMHVK ,gy fr- 553l9!21!M7fp'. ' , ,W -7- gnp., if To L' U g, 3 ,jgwf , . , 'f v ' 4 1, ' Q f , gl V 143, A f lc M ,M w. U, M .2 1 ff! SPORT The role of sports at Falmouth has played an impor- tant part in the development of the character and person- ality of each individual participant M- athlete or fan. This yeargthe varsity field hockey and boys' swimming teams gained the much sought after title of champion. To each athlete that trophy was the, symbol of a goal achieved. Not only didithey excel in their sport, but they gained a certain knowledge that they, as well as a mem' her of any team, winning or losing, will find useful To learn to prepare one's mind and body for an ath- letic event is a quality which will he valuable in conquer- ing future obstacles on the path to success and happi- ness. To learn to ,win gracefully and to accept defeat with pride, knowing one has fulfilled his potential, is much more important than winning any game,Hrneet, or match. With this knowledge, all Yachtsmen athletes can now add an extra sense of fulfillment to their high school experif ences. . y l Front row, lah to riglu: S. Sawyer, S. Everett, P. Vorlicek, M. Walsh, J. Lockhart, S. Lauritsen, R. Russell, B. Bullock, C. Harris, J. Bradford, J. Mayo J. Mason, S. Randall, Coach Wheeler. Second row: Manager S. Boucher, B. Pratt, B. Snow, C. Edwards, E. Knudsen, J. Parker, G. Berry, L. Jongerden P. Williams, P. Farnum, C. Thieme, R. McPhail, D. Jackson, R. Wood. Third row: D. Merrill, J. Milliken, F. Hatcher, J. Carr, M. Brown, D. Perry, P. Chase, B. Wiles, D. Cushman, J. Rogers, T. Estabrook, P. Wood, R. Jongerden, K. Baker. Fourth row: M. Burns, P. Baker, B. Pullis, E. McBrady, G Champagne, B. Allen, J. Ryan, D. Willey, R. Ryan, P. Loughlin, J. Jamison, P. Godsoe, D. Lockhart. Boys' Swimming i This year's seniors, composing the powerhouse core of the team, will be missed next year for obvious reasons. Most of the seniors who have been with the team for four long years, are now witnessing the end of a period of evolution. Four years ago, the team struggled to win meets and placed quite low in the State Championships. The follow- , ing year, the members of the class of 1973, as sopho- mores, saw the seniors score many points and place fifth. Last year, again scoring many points, this yearis seniors helped push the team to second place. ' Now the team has attained the title of Class 'B' Cham- pions and has maintained second place in the State Championships. The seniors regard their accomplish- ments with pride and relief that all the hard work they put in toward that title really has paid off. w Class 'B' Champions gn- Girls ' Swimming X .. Front row, Lehi Lo right: C. Doane, B. Holmes, M. Taylor, J. Patton, K. O'Donnell, D. Burnett, R. Randall, B. Clough, N 2 Rodway, J. Perry, C. Hutcheon. Second row: S. Lucas, L. Currier, E. Marr, E. Edwards, T. Jannace, M. Halpin, B Hilfrank, L. Ingraham, C. Wilson, A. Noyes, V. Harris, K. Noyes. Third row: S. Reiche, J. Deering, 1. Stroud, C Boynton, L. Pawle, J. Wells, K. Halligan, C. McCann, L. Peterson, K. Marsh, N. Taylor, J. Benoit. Fourth row: Managers C. Burnett, B. Hilfrank. Coach Jones. Managers: S. Balzer, M. Hallett. A large turnout for the Falmouth girls' swimming team gave an opportunity for victory greater than previous years. In a series of close meets, the girls gave evidence of future strength, and look forward to a successful season for 1973. Kneeling, left Lo right: E. Pendexter, Coach Rose, D. Foster. Second row: D. Ross, T. Skillin, A. Jones. D. Thurston, J. Howe. l. Starkey, D. Cole. Third row: A. Casparius. J. White, O. Lindahl, D. Olen. M. Hill, W. Pierce, G. Villacci. Junior Varsity Boys ' Basketball With a height-rich team featuring Dale "Rouge" Thur- ston, Adam Jones, Jeff Howe, Terry Skillin, and Olie Lin- dahl, the junior Yachtsmen etched a ledger surpassing previous years. The 11-8 mark, forged under the direc- tion of Coach Philip Rose encompass a campaign high- lighted by triumphs over Gor- ham and Greely. With ample bench strength supplied by a tall group of underclassmen, the future of JV basketball looks refreshingly bright. 91 haf Kneeling, left zo right: E. Pendexter, J. Jordan, B. Abramson, P. Richards, D. Hines, R. Doughty, D. Cole. Standing: D. Ross, S. Wright, L. Libby, M. Petersen, P. Aaskov, M. Keith, Coach Higgins, C. Adams, P. Youngs, W. Ziegler, F. Bean, P. Halligan, D. Foster. Boys ' Varsity Basketball Paced by the able coaching of former Scarboro athletic letterman, Cooper Higgins, this year's edition of Yachtsmen Varsity bas- ketball fared well indeed. Coach Higgins exploited the height and rebounding skills of his squad, surnamed "Cooper's Hoopersf' A nucleus of Captain Paul Richards, "Boo" Hines, transfer student Bruce Abramson, and playmakers John Jordan and Bob Doughty produced several close and exciting contests, notably upsets over Cape and Yarmouth. Sporting a 12-6 record and a sixth place standing in the Triple C Tournament rank- ings, the Yachtsmen finished the season with a well earned sense of success. 92 The Team . . . In Action Girls ' Varsity Basketball No difficulty was too great for this year's varsity team to surmount. After they adjusted to rookie coach, Robert McCully, the girls struck out on the arduous trail to the cham- pionship, finishing with a 4'-8 record. Many games were salvaged by skillful individual efforts, but the hallmark of the season was teamwork. ln ascending order, lej? to right: K. Noyes, E. Honan, S. Balzer, L. Payson, K. Halligan, J. Milliken, B. Hilfrank, D. Feeney, P. Evans. Standing: A. Weickert, Coach McCully, H. Steele, T. Pfeffer. 'PWM Q' if 5 Mpgwhwqvtmi -fl Len to right: L. Gagne, S. Wachendorf, D. Burnett, E. Harper, Mr. McCully, B. D'Amico, L. Knight, D. Wilson, A. Morse. Girls ' I uni or Varsity Basketball In a season closely paralleling that of their varsity counterparts, the Girls' Junior Varsity team energetically battled their way to a 4-8 season mark. Even though the locker room conferences were not so frequent as in sea- sons past, Coach McCu1ly directed the team through a season filled with the girls' unfail- ing spirit and never-ending energy. frfws i ff, 1-'W ' ' ,1',.! M -2' -,'1',A .L ' Y N. 4 ag. . L' sts. 4- N,-,aff ' - '11 .wif . ' . - -X 94- 'Q .ew , .ffl ' ' I gif' 95 First row, left to right: L. Cohen, C. Burnett, V. Harris. Second row: S. Walker, M. Benjamin, B. Hilfrank, C. Willey, C. Jones Third row: B. Holmes, S. Walsh. Varsity Cheerleaders The Varsity Cheerleaders, headed by Che- ryl Burnett, cheered enthusiastically all sea- son and in the tournaments. They managed to get new uniforms this year that started them off in great style. The girls organized some successful rallies, two of which were outstanding. One will be remembered for the "greasy" players and the other, for the "greasy" members of the cheering student section. 'Qi 'QU-L ,z " My I 96 Q if , ' 't 9' y .4 E, Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Fortified by frequent practice, the JV girls' cheerleading roused sufficient school spirit to propel the boys' JV basketball squad to a highly rewarding season. Pinning their hopes on traditional school spirit, the girls were not dis- appointed in the outcome of their efforts. The season was enjoyed by all. First row, kj? lo right: M. Breton, P. Trufant, S. Lucas. Second row: S. Marr, C. Emerson, K. O'Donnell. Third row: A. Hodgdon, V. Reardon, C. Hutchinson. Varsity Field Hockey The Varsity Field Hockey squad demonstrated championship form this year in attaining the top spot in Tri-C competiton with a 6-1-1 record. Captained by seniors Brenda Hil- frank and Cheryl Burnett, the girls brought home a trophy and respect for the girls' sports program. Seated, left to right: Coach Jones, C. Doane, E. D'Amico, L. Knight. C. Jones. B. Hilfrank, C. Burnett, L. Cohen, H. Jones, D. Burnett. Standing: K. Halligan, S. Balzer, D. Wilson, E. Harper, K. Noyes. B. Hilfrank, E. Honan. Triple 'C' Field Hockey Champions .I , ww '-Qullg ,. V' ., 11 "V , ' i ma! 'sv' . ff , 3 - 1 L g "co 'mam - -' f ma N ' '-' BMW!! l . ff' fl rv'-1 f Egg X L lille 36 "' w :Q ' ii V, . M A4 A5 1 1 Q f Q 1 l ' W W-1 b if 3 K4 V' an X - - W ,W qur "' ' " ' ' ' l i fmwhh W gy 1. f f v A' ,bv nad f V- ...M-.et-3' 5 98 - ' if - X' s- - 11' - . --... V S.. .V Em. ft ' gg it A ..., - N.. " ',,..- ,w f- - V 'I in Jn. A ,,.,. ii J ,.iV,k , ,fr 'K 'ii ' 5 ,, .wx A 1 1 A :EL ., ai' at ' J 1 A . tcc L' .K Q 15' 1' a .ii Q ....... ... -C g .... . . ....,. , ...... ' A wil l .M . -iw" X-" " .. f . - T - V we .l ' --.. .. - f 553.--... .. f .,f ,t .-.,':f,. ., 1 , - .A '- Q 5.1 .J !l'l F' ,,.,,... . MAH MQQJWVN gf Tiff M, f 4 3' Q ,wg 'T , W' 1-we JF .fr . ,ww .7 . if l, V, f- - . . 13 ..2?la13?zP3ii8ziS ,-,M , 4 mx- fx . . lrjgvfggfw-5,.5g5.,s .Q ., b, i t . i 5 in p 4., I 3 YV X ' " VZ' M IQ IT.,-3 ., .. v V ,,,7 I U .A . ug?'533ia' 1 .2 an 12 K' ' E ff ' - gtg " - w 1 .fix . .M asffff, Q. Q f . 1555 N Mc. ew' ..- ' . Jfrffzi' " , 1 . . 2-Wi ' i"' , ,' ,... wr . ly '- QW: . . . . .. 4, ., ' . ,,., ,af f1...y:,. .wx . ILHKEZZ-iv34i.Z3 ,X 1 f at if ' yi My i Q . is q,,a,,+.n,,,n .1 R ,Wie ff w A Junior Varsity Field Hockey Seated, lej? to right: Coach Jones, B. Hilfrank, M. Berry. J. Milliken, C. Ruby, S. Reiche, S. DiMatteo. Stand- ing: A. Weickert, C. Hyman, ,l. Mayhew, M. Cavellaro. The JV Field Hockey team girls displayed in their ranks the same combination of spirit and skill that will keep Falmouth a powerhouse in this fast-growing sport. Many girls will be strong factors in future varsity victories, and those who remain on the .IV team promise to produce favorable win-loss tallies. 99 V Q! Soccer Team Having a positive attitude and many improved players, the soccer team had a good season. Although they did not do so well as expected, they played some fine games. Two of their best games were los- ing to New England Champions, Gorham High, and Class B Champions, Greely, in overtime by only one goal. Victories were scored twice against Sacopee and Gray- New Gloucester, with ties at Freeport and with Eastern Maine Champions, Fort Kent. Hrst row, len Lo right: D. Hilton, M. Pet ersen, J. Bradford, P. Richards, P. Halli- gan, J. Mayo, J. Mason, R. Burke, J Lockhart, J. Sawyer. Second row: J. Star- key, R. Corey, J. Parker, K. Nicely, R Doughty, J. Rcali, A. Jones, J. Gregoire, S. Rogers. Third row: Coach Hill, C Mason, P. Wood, E. Rogers, R. Cooney, O. Lindahl. C. Adams, B. Mayhew. 100 ,, V-1'..f:,5a..,. . 5- , B V , .V .. fr., f. ... ' if -SVP e f K W.-. rf 4- M 'V' A 'f P riff... .. .,. ',,. '4 fa ,M - '- ,. ,,,.. " f . t ' f '-fr fn' ,' 1 . P '29 Wf'f , y W .7 - , muh Q s gf. We Q .525 W' A " ,+V , 9- fyi - '-1f,,,, ' rv . . M . Mya, -4 H . f 1 1 .W 3? I1 , yt . . .gy W ,,. 'J-' X 1 f V ' , . - 4 - -' le "P: E' - 'Mil -2,3253 4 .Milf 1, M' e ighg i 'Hg,,,"1'.r 5 ez 3 A -f . . ,,, i m a J ff. . . - .. a -. if "" -f '9 ' 1 . " . H '1 e vrve Maxis. . r..t . "" -efv . - V V ' - .- - . , . ' H iwtmwh t't- , . J N J' . ' "" ' A ' ', Q' 44 f:-1, X f " .5 'K . r ,,,. .h N 4 . ,, . H s , f'iQe,f. rt' N 1. r, M 1: . 515. ,.g.efp4- ftp 1 ' A ' 'J T3 an-X, E. .N f ,,- 4 4-355, . p .gf-M 'gi c s. f--A jf Ax . -Q.. - . M N .MJ X., t nf' Baseball X D. Horne, P. Halligan, S. Wright, D. Blake, S. Rogers. R. McDevitt. Standing: X Coach Rose, .l. Reali. M. Mayhew. D. Thurston. W. Pierce, P. Richards, P. Youngs. Seated, kj? to right: R. Doughty, 2 . I ll. 4 ' KM. a..,.... Q -ian' .ff Q. I ' 1 " li Mf',,Hf ff,-ffW-:- ,af , Qs 4- 1 .J P xfwvfgfikd j .. is Lf.. 5W:,S, 2:5i.,IT I 1- V Ik .Q , .V I J M , - w1,gtf'f?5?i H QQ, A 5 , 4' '':g,-,, ..'xfi,..4M:M1T' se iff? .1 .. .ff fa.. ff " .-- , , ., - ,. 4: H A, .-., ,." 4. The 1972 season was remarkable in that many fine players were unable to participate due to injuries. The rest of the team put in a lot of effort andpractice to make up for the deficit. Practically the entire team returned this year for another exciting season. -' f :-an lluiQw:::..7.,... .44-...v-gy Wg.. H.. . c V Y ,,.. 2 1 . 3 , . W 'lmfi A c ft gf we , - V 5' A..., ' ff M.. f ' A A if ' . A if ff ..-wiewmmwiw .aa .ff?z?Q....f'l'w L y WMA. JW. 101 Golf The 1972 Falmouth High Golf Team, though not registering as victors, were able to achieve skill and improve their game, playing at some of the state's best links. The good humor and determi- nation of the team played a major part in the team spirit, and will continue to do so in sea- sons to come. Q gain T I J K First row, left to right: P. Baker, P. Chase, J. Mayo, D. Foster, J. Parker, K. Nicely. Second row: Coach Lathrop, P. Williams, D. Robinson, K. Foley. ,, tw . , f it'i552?2I5?1v.s+1:22 flex- lk-f,f"""' ' ff: y- , .4 l . . , la, 1 iii 3 't .2 51 . ' l ki L xkyt -by 1 T g i l I it.. I V Q W .,..w...""" M., ti 'Y . .w,a. ,V - va yfff' I I D , 5 Q .4 J -rv,x,gNf-s-... l as i ' l O QA-9 6 gf x, Kneeling, len to right: M. Reali, J. Rogers, S. Rogers, G. Berry. Second row: A. Berry, C. lngraham, J. Mason, P. Codsoe. Third row: M. Madeira, R. Moore, B. Bullock, T. Hallett, F. Vorlicek. ' . Tennis Math-wizard - tennis coach Herbert Hoppe had another out- standing season for his racket- wielding troupe. Despite the irre- placeable losses of Tom Hallett and Frank Vorlicek, Coach Hoppe still held trump cards in doubles teams Amby Berry and Jeff Mason and Jeff and Scott Rogers and singles stalwart, Matt Madeira. With one Triple C Champion- ship already under his belt, the world's greatest mathematician was busy calculating the con- quest of perennial powerhouse, South Portland. .- -1:- -. ,, , . .. ,J f. 3 K V l . . U 11:-fm... - 2 . - , 11 i 1.5.5.-u 1.1 . W ..- .s A 9' 2 ' ' , - .f l f,llgQjQs , ,'-. " 2 5 1122:-',i,-1. . 41, ,1,,, - X, t , J,AL., ,X'L,W..l-1 1 , , a . 'i-L r . - .1 f . .N- lf ., . - We . . 2 .V xv V, - y li W . .f,. K . .- fs A f' in - . .. ., . . 1, X 5 -v . ..., ff 'fi - 'Ll 3 1si5"3i-,v .z V... ,I , v - ,... . ...,,. , . I A, , . ,. , .5 is . 'A B . i L 1 , ... . T l . - X-.' T ' " J M 3 f T X, 6 " ,3 - QE., 'EER-515. .1 m.Af . riff-. K2 Qu ai Q L ff. - . kg ..w.,f, '1 ...Q f :Mgt 6 .p - - , :: 1,'fBfa'Ii , ' 01. .9 we tives. s - C t 2 if- if i . lbvx 22 21 K i 1- 5 f G li 32.-SSW -fi , .1 -' "'. - :-' ,. ., , ., A. ww ., 1 . 3 . mm .. , - Q, W whip. e gg A xiii Qt fe "' A .. " , I 1 1 A, ' lf, Jffi Q ' f J' 'A . 3 i ftfil 'A N- . i in . H Q - AT Llzy ff ft ---'-1' - 1.1 fa.-A f.- 0. . w ' f' First row, kj? to right: K. O'Donne1l, J. Edwards, J. Benoit, A. Jones, M. Keeley, R. Burke, P. Loughin, D. Horne, N. Keen, G Mannette, M. Burns, D. Norton, J. Gregoire, M. Petersen, M. Gulick, C. Hallett, C. Merrill. Second row: Coach Wheeler, C Edwards, T. O'Donnell, T. Porter, B. Snow, F. Thayer, P. Hayes, G. Baker, R. Cheney, M. Keith, T. Tolford, D. Cole, D. DiPietro C. Cianchette, R. Treni. Third row: Coach McCully, W. Lancaster, W. Hansen, J. Howe, S. Sanford, M. Robinson, D. Hines, R Carey, C. Whitney, C. Adams, C. Nye, B. Loring, G. Jones, R. Lane. 1 ' If Boys ' Track Under the skillful coaching of Harvey Wheeler, the 1972 track team attained first place in Triple C standings. They did extremely well at all their meets, placing fifth in the Westbrook relays and fifth in the State Meet. There were some outstanding sophomore prospects who made the 1973 season "real fine." l . ,gl y .5 V i' il . .4 f.: 1? f if . 3 . . 1 . fr. .Q . - 14- . r f. Kneeling, left no right: J. Sawyer, E. Rafter, K. Halligan, E. Cibelli, P. Halligan, A. Adams, D. Daley, D. Norton, C. Burnett, A. Morse, K. O'Donnell. Second row: Coach Jones, S. Balzer, L. Payson, K. Thompson, C. Jones, D. Ricker, P. Evans, L. Hunter, C. Doane, H, Steele. ,..,.-U Girls ' Track Girls, track and field demonstrated the three meanings of the liberated woman as they sprinted, dashed, and lept their way to many fine performances. The underclass effort was substantial giving promise of a record-breaking season. Cross Country This year's cross country contingent, consist- ing entirely of underclassmen, finished the sea- son with a .500 average. Led by sophomore pacesetter Greg Manette, the team looks forward to many promising seasons in the future. Lone junior Jeff Rogers added depth to the team with his stamina and enduring pace. Coached by Mr. Lawler, the cross country team has the potential to be a Triple C power next year. Seated, leji to right: J. Ryan, M. Mayhew, P. Loughin, G. Mannette, M. Burns. Standing: S. Wilson, B. Snow, J. White, J. Rogers, Coach Lawler. 106 Falmouth Athletes on the field . . . X- , 'X , . Htgflyi J, ogg ' V 1 rf, 11:95. 5 ,wfxf ,,, Xi , N3 f if ' , ,, - I: ' f -uw - f QMQ , l ,W W IJ il .V u p wa- - ff "' A ' zu, -fx W W S1 ,rt iw- ' - . I V A X ' V, , Y: , , M my .zu.?s1u,mr " QV' I ' Y 4 " N g V v ' f ,52 4 Q, ' f fwx Q I ,gif Lf ' . ' ,,,, .f f.z.' f -"fl 'W' t M' A - 1 Q , , , 1..ff'g"4'fW .LJ Qv-gygfx jf ., - AM ..- 4 . ,N f-325' H fd ,t to W' J . 1 , - , - , ne3f,af3-ZwQm-,- Q ,L - , A 5' " V V ww. f , ' W. ff.: . fave, Af.. - W-:fini-V5f,ff5f35 'f"' i""2 k7-f., - t in the pool . on the court fx E 1 5 ii , ? i I' 3 Q ? QE Q? ASPIRA T I ONS I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the diffi- culties and frustrations of the moment I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. s 1 I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equalf, ik 'K SF if ,H 14 'li I have a dream today. I have a dream that one day every valley shall be made exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plains, and the crooked places will be made straight . . . This is our hope. With this faith we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. With this faith we will be able to transform the jangling discord of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together . . . to stand up for free- dom together, knowing that we will be free one day. So let freedom ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire. Let freedom ring from the snowcapped Rock- ies of Colorado! Let freedom ring from every hill and molehill of Mississippii From every mountainside, let freedom ring. - Martin Luther King, J r. 109 Q A is II B 2: vm E 3 9 2 s ,fl In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. -- Albert Camus QWK '.v' , 4' ' 1151 W I "iiy'.,:sf-4. "l Wf'ia . .. ' , .-'-up 1 S: ' Em - f - V"i?e, jw Ai?2,g 'ff A., 'W -l SHI E 'M' ' I ' , Q s K , Q arf V? K Q 1 5 fx 'oh S3533 his i f fe Q v f 3 3 'R' 4? is X Y il , 3 Q ti , wgN,.Z!"-4+ 'W E 3 Books are not men and yet they are alive. They are man's memoxy and his aspiration, the link between his present and his past, the tools he builds with. - Stephen Vincent Binet 'Zhu M 1, N ,ikry Each dawn was promise, each season a l delight, and the world, for all its anguish was good to know Nelson Bryant H3 I know when I get there, the first thing I'llmsee Is the sun shining golden -4? 'Shining right down on me I - Carole King Q' f ' -L'A, " 2' Ilgi' " ," 'L'k: " ,:1-. QN X? L', '37 " ' I ff I I fl , 1 fi' f ,GQ an i 5 . V .X . ,KVL 1 ' W V A ,- N .ff l ' ' " ' ' A A, I fr. l If ,,,, X, 'flf I 'A k:-V V I I g X f 1 ff' ' f f e ' J ff 1 5 L , ff- fi H A f , ,1 ji' A-',L f , jg AL.L I I 'if Q4 .f 1 'R ,. " 1 f' A y 4 ' 'w + 5 f J.. , , A LAX! wg ? fy, K Ax JV , mi r A I, W K Z f ' ' ff'."! lg , ff fx' ' 13 A ,J 'A ,zf if 44' ,!f' ' Qf' f ' ?5"",Pg1gf W, 'fl ,Q f7 .JY ' ,Qff -, ff 5M'J'Q'? fm 1 F1 '1' 'A 'W L' C, U ,Q I, ,231 V V V, 4, , A A f Q 7,5 VM, K ' W i ,f ,f,- w2 +""Q I ' f 'K ' ' 5' 'lf "' .-1-1'31F"M Man walks up the stairsfdf' his concepizs - John Steinbeck Lgok with your understandipg, find out whatiyou alreadifikrnow and youall the way' ta fly. - Richard Bach f W--i-Q-fW,, . ,,, M -5. 1 Y 2 4 .. J . ,. ,. ,. ii X f ff' f gm 4? I , , , Irv 2 f '37 i ff, , I V 1 . , . , , 1. X . -f 3 K A , x 1 f 1 SH, ., , 1 2 ' "VV Wi' '75 Y ' ' K - 2, K f 'fs X Ann Adams ....... Kathryn Anderson . Susan Atherton . . . Glenn Baker .... Charles Baldwin . . . Deborah Bassett . . Richard Bassett . . . Michael Beaumont . Robert Blackwell . . Dennis Blake ..... Michele Burnett . . Richard Burns .... Roxanne Burns . . . Susan Carr ..... John Cary ...... Raymond Cary .... Robert Casparius . Cynthia Chandler . Candace Cianchette Kathleen Cibelli . . . LouAnn Davis .... Deborah DiPietro . Kathleen Dobson . Jean Edwards . . . Charles Emerson . . Joy Fiato ....... Elaine Foster ..... Brenda French . . . Teri Googins . . . Michele Culick . . . Cynthia Hallett . . . Thomas Hallett .... Pamela Halligan . Terry Hanson . Timothy Hayes . . Linda Hirvela ..... Laurel Hodgdon .... David Home ..... Kathryn Hough . . . Beth Hutchins .... Io-Ann Hyman . . Michael Jackson . . Gary Jenssen . . . Kenneth Johnson William Johnson George Jones . . . Perry Jones ..... Michael Keeley . . . Patricia Kennedy. . Jonathan Knowles . . Kimberlee Knudsen Holly Korda ...... Ann Lebel ....... Alice Levesque . . . Ronald Littlefield . Bruce Loring ..... ALUMNI - CLASS OF 1972 . . . . . . . . .University of Maine - Orono ...................K-Mart,Falmouth . . . . .University of Maine - Farmington . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham . . . . . . . . . . .Harris Electronics Company ..........................Athome .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham . . . . . . . . .Plus-Cray's School of Business . . . . . . . .Wilhemsen's Concrete Company . . . .University of Maine -- Portland-Gorham , ........ Univeristy of Maine - Orono .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham . . . ............. Westbrook College ................MaineNationalBank .....................WilshoreFarm New England Telephone Sz Telegraph Co. . . . . . . . . .University of Maine - Orono ,.................WestbrookCollege ............Husson College . . .Chaplin Cadillac-Olds, Inc. ..................WestbrookCollege ..................WestbrookCollege . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ..................WestbrookCollege . . . . . . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . .Office of Dr. Carroll Ross . . . .Cerebral Palsy Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . .Westbrook College . . . . . . . . . .Bicknell's Photo Service . . .Colby College of New Hampshire . . . . . .University of New Hampshire . . . . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . .University of Maine - Presque Isle . . . . . . . . . . . . .ITT Technical Institute ................Athome . . .Cook, Everett 81 Pennell ..................Mrs.DanaPennell ..........................BatesCollege . . ......,........ New England Telephone 81 Telegraph Co. . . .University of Pennsylvania .Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute ..................Athome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Canteen Corporation . . . . .Maine State Highway Department . . . .University . . . . . .ITT Technical Institute . . . . . .University of Colorado . . .Mancini Electric Company University of Maine - Orono . . . . . .Plymouth State College University of New Hampshire of Maine - Portland-Corham . . . . . . . . . .Simmons College Casco Bank 81 Trust Company ,................Athome ....Bates College . .Desmond Sz Payne Insurance Company Robert Maguire . . Camillo Mangino . Annette Maria. . . Martial Mason .... Elizabeth McAvoy Barry McCluskey . Stephen Mercer . Catherine Merrill David Merrill . . . Peter Merrill .... Cary Miller .... Jonathan Moore, . Randall Moore. . . Katherine Moreau Karen Morton . . . Judy Munroe . . . Stephen Neff .... Karen Nelson . Herbert Noyes. . . Peter Noyes .... Charles Nye .... Thomas O'Donnell .... Elizabeth Pawle. . David Peterson . . Gordon Peterson . Kathleen Randall . . . Michael Reali . . . Ford Reiche .... Donna Ricker . . . Richard Roberts . Mark Robinson. . Susan Robinson Michael Rowe . . . Frank Sanborn Scott Sanford .... Joanne Sawyer . . Barbara Seidel . . . Jill Skillin ...... Mark Sparrow . . . Ronald Stadden . Terri Sturtevant . Janice Sudds .... Dennis Tibbetts . Timothy Tolford . Karen Thompson . Rebecca Treni . . . Debra Viveiros . . Ann Wallace .... Diane Walsh .... Jacob Webb .... Bruce Willey .... Lynne Wing .... Richard Wood .... ALUMNI - CLASS OF 1972 . .,............... ................................ M aine Maritime Academy . . . .Portland Public Parks 81 Recreation Department ..................WestbrookCollege . . . . . .Rand Egg Service . . . . .Mrs. Peter Beaumont . . . . . . . . .Couri Pontiac, Inc. ...................Athome . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Maine - Orono ...............................RadioShack . . . .Southern Maine Vocational Techincal Institute ..................PhilipKennard-Builder . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham . . . . . . . . .University of Maine - Machias . . . . . . . . .Mary Hitchcock School of Nursing . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ....................K-Mart,Falmouth . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ...,.............Nelson'sMusicCenter . . . .......... Noyes Tire Company . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . . . . . .Cornell University . . .Cazanovia Junior College . . , . .S. D. Warren Company . . . . . . .Portland Press Herald . . . . . . .Baxter School for the Deaf . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . .ITT Technical Institute ............MobilOilService . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . . .Maine Medical Center . . . ...... University of North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cities Service Oil Company . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ........................WellsCollege . . . .... University of New Hampshire ...................AntiochCollege . . . . .Maine State Highway Department . . .Worcester Polytechnical Institute . . . . . . . .Fairchild Industries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . .Westbrook College . . . . . . . . . .Harris Company . . .Univeristy of Rhode Island . . . . . . .Knudsen Studio Shop . . . .Perkins School for the Blind . . . . . . . . . .Westbrook College . . . . . . . . . . . .Westbrook College . . . .University of Maine - Orono .............Real Estate School . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . .Mrs. Wayne Sanborn ............lnFlorida ADVERTISING This year, the business staff was presented with two objectives. The first was to earn the 35,000 necessary to publish this edition of the Crest. The second was the attainment of knowledge regarding correct business pro- cedure. V Although we encountered many difficulties in reaching ,r monetary goal, they-were surpassed due to the hard xrk and perseverance of the members of the staff. The cond objective, too, was reached and left each person th the knowledge of the business practices involved in large scale production, such as the Crest. il2l BOOSTERS OF K Mr. C. E. Abboff Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Abboff Roberf Adam Bob and Marlene Alderman George Allan Andrea and Ganger Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ashley Mrs. Gloria Afherfon Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Barney Beal Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Baker Roger Bailey Frank Barnicle Bayer Howard D. Bemiss Arfhur H. Benoif George F. Berry The Blackwells Mr. and Mrs. lrving Blake Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Blake vlr. and Mrs. E. Joel Bois Bomber and Kirsh Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Bonney Mr. and Mrs. Keifh Bowen Mr. and Mrs. John Bradford Mr. Harold Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Brown Mr. and Mrs. George Bryanf lx ll - QE! 'L -. I Mr. and Mrs. Burleigh Mrs. Burke Lyd and Frank Burneff Mr. and Mrs. John Burrell Mr. and Mrs. Philip Buskey Chrysfal Carr Mr. Clyde von Carrfhedral Pines Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chapin Mr. Arfhur Chevelier Mr. Gerald P. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clough Mr. Allen Coffey, Jr. Mrs. Clarence Cole Colleen and Kelly Mrs. Elsie Conanf Mr. and Mrs. H. Bryanf Brynde and Berni Miss Madelyn Buck The Bullock Family H I v E' P I f 54X ' . gf , f, if ' 4 I 4.9'b .3 K, A ,141 ,TQ JF" fa' 9,1 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Complimenfs Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Conboy Richard Corbeff Donald Creighfon Richard Creighfon William Crockeff Lloyd Cushing of a very good friend John Daley Mrs. Lufher Da na Dick and Donna Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis and Family Diane and Denise Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donna Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dexfer Richard Dieffenbach Ed DiPhilippo Donald S. Doane Richard E. Dobson Dale Doughfy Mr. and Mrs. Walfer Drown Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dudley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dunham Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dusly Friends Mr. and Mrs. David EllioH' Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ellio++ Mr. and Mrs. Lu'l'her Eslabrook Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fahey Mr. and Mrs. Frances H. Farnum Mr. and Mrs. Homo Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Sluarl Flanders Mr. and Mrs. Fos'l'er Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fredriksen Edward Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Gendrolis Dr. and Mrs. John Godsoe Miss Slacey Goodnow Mr. and Mrs. Michael Greely and Family Dr. Henry H. Granl' Mr. and Mrs. John Griskivich Wayne and Honey Hale Mr. and Mrs The Harpers . Peler Halligen Mr. and Mrs. Herberl M. Harris Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Halcher . Laurence Hawkes Mrs. Harold Heafley Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Herald Herb and Ewes Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. Leroy H Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Joseph C. Hickey . Henry R. Higgins . William Hilfrank . Thomas Hill irvela . Norman Hodgdon . Herberl A. Hoppe . Richard H. Horlon . Alexander Hulcheson Mr. and Mrs. Hulchins Mr. and Mrs. Garfield B. lngraham Mr. and Mrs. lver Iverson OUR BOOK Mrs. Carol Janner Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Jeanne++e Raymond H. Jenkins E. M. Johnson Marlin Johnson Roberl' W. Johnson Theodore Johnson John H. Jensen Mrs. Henry Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jordan More Friends Felici'l'y Keen Mr. and Mrs. John C. Klines Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klolh Dr. G. H. Knighl' Dr. and Mrs. Thor M. Korda Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kupelian Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Labrecque, Jr Mr. and Mrs. LaPlanl'e The Lancaslers Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lane Mr. W. C. Langze'l"l'e Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Lano Paul Laughlin Mrs. La Vierriere Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Lawler Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Leeman Mr. Howard Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lindhal Wendi and Jay Leroux Glen and Evelyn LiHlefield Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Lord Louann and Judy Mr. and Mrs. Forresl' D. Loveioy Vicki Loveioy Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lowe Anne and Ray Lund 4 44 2:1512- Hooray for our Boosiersl Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Hugh MacMahon James MacGuire John Jay Madeira Charles Manchesier Adrian S. Marden Marlin Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Ouinnam Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Ouini Mr. C. A. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Mason and Family Helene and Richie Maihurin Mr. and Mrs. John Mayo Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Mayo Mr. William L. McCormick 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 Miss Naylor 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 Donald McCubrey Jack McDonough Warren McManus Frank Meserve Donald Mifcheli Richard E. Moore Ralph D. Morgan Francis T. Morris Melvin Morrison Morrison BarreH Nichols Lee Nickerson K. L. Nisbei Dwighi' Norion Lesier W. Noyes Reginald Nye Roberi' Oakes Ar+hur S. O'Brien Mar+in O'Donnell Donald Olen 1 1 'N 99 KL-:1'.C:jj 1: . Y ll Mr. and Mrs. Gerald PalloHa Mr. and Mrs. Pelion Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Pineo, Jr. Alma and Howard Peierson Mr. and Mrs. Roberi C. Pfeffer Mrs. Olive Pierce Mrs. Harold Osgood Mr and Mrs. S+. Pierre Mr and Mrs. Thomas Plaisied Mr and Mrs. A. C. Poirier Mr and Mrs Freeman Porier Mr and Mrs. Prosser Mr and Mrs Siephen Purdy A Friend Z5 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs The Riclcers Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rainsford Thomas Randall Ferris Ray Ralph H. Raymond . Amedeo Reali Howard Reiche, Jr George Robinson Robinson Charles B. Rodway Mrs. Edna Roullard and June Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ruby 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 Mr. and Mrs. Miss Andrea Mrs. Mayfha Caroll E. Rowe Rubery Ernesl' Ruby, Sr. Louis Ruby John Russell Donald Ryan Herber+ Sawyer . W. O. Sawyer Rudolf Scheuchzer Day+on Serber . John Slrillin Smifh Norman Smi+h . Clarence L. Smi'l'h Floyd Smi+h and Family Soule Soufhard Miss Sourhwiclr Mrs. Guy Spaulding Mr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. A. H. Sfadden Ber+ram S'I'anley Roberl' S+oddard . William Sfroud Richard Sudds .-J' L 5 i .J Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Todd Trudence Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Philip Ti+comb Trufa n+ Charles Tucker George Twombly Alber+ U++ers+rom, Theodore Vail Ernesl' Viveiros W: , ' RK ' l . Thanks +0 all our Booslers Mrs. George Wagner Mrs. Frank Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs John Walls Thomas Walsh Roberl' J. Walsh . John P. Welch Mr. and Mrs. Ar'l'hur Wesco'H Debbie Wesco++ Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wiles Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Whi+aker Ernesl' M. While David Whorf John A. Wilcox, Jr. William Wilcox and Family Willerson Roger Williams Richard Winlher Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Wirlhs Jus+ A Friend A 7 f'. 1 1 is 1 Q 57 . in 'l l' lb Mr. and Mrs. Yafes Miss Lois York Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Young Paren+s of a Senior Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ziegler S LOCAL SAILOR MAKES GOOD S in Cindy HailSe++, Class ,of l972, was Ensign Na+ionai Championship aCrew Member in +he race held a+ Riverside, Connecificuf, 'rhis pasi' summer. She sailed as crew on "Scara- mouche' Complimenfs of Handy Boai' Service ,, W nur' -'Qin' Congrafulahons Ourselves rom The Class mf 5 it K5 -1 is A, Nora. 374 U.S. Rou+e I, Falmou+h, Maine . . . Congra+ula'I'es THE CLASS OF '73 We Have Apprecia+ed +he Help of Falmou+h High School Sfudenfs in Mainfaining and Opera+ing Our Business over ihe Years. THANK YOU! OUR BEST WISHES AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! Bes+ Wishes 'From Your Class Phofographer THE WENDELL WHITE STUDIO I28F S+ + P +I cI M NORTH...SOUTH... EAST...WEST... MOVING WITH CARE... EVER YWHEREQ x,.i,,,,.WV., -T ,,,.Vk ,Z in ,, 5. ,,,,ywwN,gm-vLsw.s,11e,4f2zf- fgawf-fn , -Z , ,f,w,,5fg,9NW,. ws gx,,f.-.lm fy 4.-LW W. . .L 7 - gf iffy 5 7 f-5 T1iG'ff9f3As?'?ff5fi9lf5V531 IT,7I'I577-'TWT -V" ., fx- I - 'H xx , 5 5423155 aw?5fk55iff5f55is?Sxsisiesisszaffhiw? LQ, Q i .ggi LQ- gg. 154.1322 02242 57:25 ,-sez,-iii! Iliff? 7 Qxsfgsia-:E - W 465 AT Y.. 5 - 'Q ' - , , 7 K 5' ' K I k':i'lLf .5Sff5-fwfiliffiEfllffiik-T it I ., gvjggf1,12:Ay LOCAL ' LONG-DISTANCE OVERSEAS ' STORAGE FREE ESTIMATES EARLE W. NOYES sf soms POf2agfu.r:ff'e AUTHORIZED AGENT Uni+ed Van Lines Complimenis of DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER Air-Condiiioned Inside SeaI'ing Dining quee ? razief funds Rou+e I For Quick Pickup Falmoulfh Phone Ahead 78I-3660 CONGRATULATIONS 'ro +I1e EDITORS OF THE I973 CREST from CHRISTIAN C-3. KRAGELUND Real EsI'a+e ESTABLISHED I9I5 TELEPHONE: 773-5984 or 773-3646 Kragelund Bu ld g 463 Congress Por+Iand, M 5 Compliments of the FALMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT CONGR TUL TIONS h CLASS OF Complimen+s of EASTERN ELECTRICAL CORPORATICDN P. O. Box 346 Por+land, Maine O4I I2 HER Congra+ula+ions +0 'l'he Class of I973 ci. L X ,, 4-""'X "- " ff' , I 9, CHAPLIN CADILLAC OLDS Service is our Firs+ Concern R+. :lil a+ Depof Road Falmou+h, Maine Home Made Fresh Native Sausage Ice Cubes TOWN LANDING MARKET We Deliver Tel. 781-2128 Mark Goodnow Masfer License No. 699 S+urdy Hea+ing Co. S+eam - Ho'r Wafer - Warm Air Oil Burners W. Q Falmou1'h, Maine O4lO5 Telephone 797-4I65 Q -- .. . , 7,255 . --N 2 - , f' f . , ,, ' .-.1 1 . f f ix - rf QTL - X A , I Z . ...Av ,g . 9'-iff f V " 1 .miw 15 ' A ff' Mgr, I Y: ' f,gg.'f.4" N MAQWE Ex.Er.1noNvcs 404. sh ' ' A, inf , E4 51' rw f"u3U11:.'Q b V-J ' 1211.14 4 M Momma ccmM.Jw:AwcNs MXCQOWAVE LINKS , 1 , Y , , , , QM Hwswfu ..- I T 'Tzu - 16 -.11 -5, - V sam A W LJ-' 1 V X . Ai- J. ' 1 1 ,..:1. 1 1 - Ll , f H, 1 Mmm 1 V-.. :mx Q rlmoum my , . ' W 21" Lffri f -1 A-M 5 X I -W: "-"1 1 . , fi, n S X ,,1,, 'FHL-,, 1 g.A , J ., L- X -, , .,.. kwin f H 7 r WW f. ,CNG QM-as visv snfrrs D5svGN ...B Dev:LoDMENT R.G. HARRIS K X A S 5 0 C I A T E S I-"W .Dil - 1 ,J l Ti X :HZ H 3, LN iff, . vlt ffff ! P o sz T L A N o rar, T Rx A ' - 11 M A I N E s iii- Ui' ' .,.:YY'4l:!-'R ' . f X In ' ' I, fx , V E'NGQ.fmGm'r coN5uL1"vNG , jk 1 V W-ff ' Wei .G '- nfli ' ' 'iwfiifvfq-, W l1,ON .mfm1w?s! f SRYELH-' JOUQ' Y ' H """"' Y xg' 1 1 A""'f?9aA'W'Al 1,,,.1,.:.,..,g41 1 q --g' ' 1 " jg 5 9 emu: ':::::z' L ,W J LANGUAGE LABOPA70!2Y r1'soacALTNsr'rzumEN?AWnN "1TfST -NB EKlKlUATwQN ' l ! 0 Y , new cum 1-ssr..L EVALUA1-1 DN J D ' fs: 0 s tcgxuirix 4 4 , x A fb-e 'A KX A 5 P 1 . A K, A f A QQWQ S'-' - - CONGRATULATIONS 'ro +he CLASS OF I973 from +he LEO CLUB Diai 797-7268 Au+oma+ic Delivery Radio Dispatched Trucks KNIGHT OIL CO., INC. Gulf Healing Oils and Oil Burners 24 Hour Burner Service 356 Falmouth Road Falmouth, Maine 04l05 CONGRATULATIONS +o the CLASS OF I973 'From t' f", J f7fiIif1Q I XJ I rf Are you kidding? 23 majors? At Barrington. you will help shape your own maior There is a large degree of freedom and responsibility in the process, just as there will be in your life, too Well help you combine courses to meet your require- ments and goals The catalog lists all the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Music maiors available, Fully accredited by all appropriate agencies for transfer credits and financial aid, as well as preserving the value of your hard-earned degree How lo choose a college is a booklet which may help answer many of your questions Its a practical, down-to-earth guide that can help lead you step-by-step through this all-important period in your life We know the decisions are tough Thats why we want you to have and to read these few pages Write for your free copy of "How to choose a college" - GXQYN BAHRING TON COLLEGE, A Christian Ccgigge oiAr1s and Sciences is a four! , G year, c ucational college which can help you look at and prepare for life from a Christian view' point We are convinced there is a delicate and intricate, yet dynamic balance between the truth in the Bible and the truth we uncover through critical inquiry. We hope you'll find out more about this unusual combination of awarness and openness. Write Director of Admissions, Barrington College, Barrington, Fil. 02806. B RRINGTON COLLEGE CompIimen+s of FALMOUTH MANOR C g +I + + +h Class of 73 from ANDREW O. ADLER F I I1 R d F I I1 M 2 Besi' Wishes +o +I'1e m al CLASS OF I9 5 from +I1e WILLIAM H. SOULE CLUB FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Besf Wishes from 'I'he NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Phone 797-5072 Commerical - Residenfial Wiring PAUL F. DEBEVOISE Eleclrical Con+rac+or 55 R Pleasani Hill Road Falmoufh, Maine 04l05 4 FRANK AMATO'S Take ou+ orders: 797-55I4 I+aIian Sandwiches Mea+baII Sandwiches Family Size and Regular Size Pizzas SpagI1e'H'i Riga+oni Dinners and BucIce+s RavioIi Home-Made II'aIian Spaghe++i Sauce Sta ley - I , XI. Q Sta lley K! ,A f 3153 BFI For Ihe Four Seasons of Maine 'il I, ai A J A FRIEND New York Life Insurance Co. 45 FaImou+I1 Road FaImou+Il, Maine CompIimen'rs in Memory of SKYR- FALMOUTH PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY 28 Merrill Road FaImouI'I1, Maine CompIimen+s of Complimen+s of Dr. Raymond Lebel YJQ-r5.A. COMPLIMENTS OF THE '72-'73 STUDENT COUNC!L YUDY'S TIRE CENTERS CompIimen+s PORTLAND Of WESTBROOK ' DAMARISCOTTA a 'mend LEWISTON BIDDEFORD B 81 R CYCLERY IOO6 F 'I' A r+land 797 7299 HAMILTON'S SERVICE STATION OVER 25 YEARS A Comple+e Repairs gm . . . Wi+h Care il? Radio Dispalchecl Truclcs 773-I930 7734I46I 24 HOURS 205 Park Avenue, Porflancl HAROLD SOULE DATSUN Home of 2402 Trans Am Champion 5I0 Class B. Trans Am Champion S815 Congra+ulaI'ions Class of "73" Sgl. Ronald L. Gayle U.S. Army RecruiI'er Phone: 772-7768 MAINE HARDWARE Serving Maine Folks for over 37 Compllmenls Years GT Biddeford Brunswick Wesfbrook Bakery and Coffee'Sl1op Woodfords Corner . Dowmown Penland Falmoulh Shopping Cenfer l X THE CANDLE SHOP Kennebunkpori' Maine See n Will Lewry M b I O, 0 I Vern Edwards for Your Nexi' Toyo+a 774-82I6 TOYOTA OF PORTLAND 9I5 Fores+ Avenue R0U'l'e l Falmovfh Por'l'land, Maine EDDIE'S VARIETY PEPSI If ICEE ITALIAN SANDWICHES W MEATIIALL SANDWICHES PIZZA VARIETY OF SANDWICHES CALL 797-4796 Congra'rula+ions +o +he Class of I973 l ,Lf v-Y i V- From +l'Ie Class of I975 ONS-W G "one can Does I+ All . . . Plumbing H +' . . . Air Condiiioning . . . Remodeling . . . Commercial Refrigeraiion 24 hr emergency service Can: 799-2228 . . . ea ing . . . Elecirical French Club l FOREST AVENUE CHEVRON STATION f 'X LW., M SUPREME 96I F +A 54k K A Wax Museum an rm an was ALBUMS FROM THE sox sox 70's aoz a sox 713.g11 Complimen+s of STREET CYCLES Sammi' Congra+ula1'ions claffffiqvg C'RCU5 VME POTATO CHIPS Couriesy of GIUSTI'S TAKE-OUT 57 Congress S'I'ree+ 265 Wesfern Av Soufh Porfland C I LATIN CLUB ENSIGN FLEET 418 df MERRILL TRANSPORT CO I037 Foresi' Avenue Por'l'land. Maine Complimen'rs of CARL'S MOBIL - V . Foreside Road Falm H1 ll Zi1ilf,'57,lI4fil.l2 , 3, lr 749 ff VX L l ?112 Complimenis of FRANK M. BROWN co. C0m"'lme"+S0f Paini and Pain+ing Supplies- Eleofricial Supplies-Appliances Wholesale and Refail I2 Free S+. Porfland, Maine 04I I l Morrill's Corner 773-479l Quality Meofs 8. Groceries STORE Specializing in Fine American, Greek and Halian Foods CHOICE MEATS - FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Middle agoerlxakuqgm Roads 47 India S+ree+ Tel. 773-9I00 To fhe Class of '73 G 1 ' 'if X i gi . .b -I Z K I fn From +l1e Cin 4 ' ' Class of '74 J l TRUEMIN 545,57 at gufb "2Zm.,.,f., .M- T T Center D I V INCORPORATED PHONE 967 2031 M' "S CompIimenI's of 4412 ggi : I - CINEMA CITY WesI'brook, Maine Exi+ 8 Maine Turnpike K N Hurcmms KENNCPQISTIQITQPASIRETNUTAAINE WJ ZPIEIIEUWTRQ il B-Lge Grea'Ier Broadcas+ P0r+I-incl GMP Radio Radio 1440 W. D. MATTHEWS MACHINE COMPANY 9OI Cenier S'rree+ Auburn, Maine 042IO CIarkIif+ Sales Service Parrs Ren+aIs Maine's Leading Spor'I'ing Goods SI'ore SPORTING GOODS RALPH M. HANSON ATHLETIC SUPPLIES PorIIand Tel. 774-6635 507 Washington Avenu Portland, Maine Compliments ot 9 1 1filliflfifiiiiililfli211f2:f11 'f'1:1'f:1:2 5 ff11i:f1f11:ff2f1:1:f S zif 1fii1:f1111:f1ff111ff211f11f2 :11':'1'"':'1':':':'2'1'f':f:i:1 5 ilifi' :': ':'f'f':'f'2'14ff21 5 f Stores llii Acfoss 7 "Q"'b WW H 'QVQI :A, 7 44Z: we l cre ll N at i O n :,, ,:: Z::2:::,1::::::,:::,1:::: 5 :,gl:,fzli:::::::::1:,::::::,,: :,ziZZ:,giil:,1,,::,1.,.:::::1,:,: :,.:,I.,.,.:,,.4.,.,.Z.,,:.:L:f,: 5 :::: ::.:.,.,.,.,.,.,. .... .,.,.:.:: Q 1 5 1. : :l l :, , , 1 : . 7 . 7 ,1 l3.l : Z.:,Z.:Ai f. ,W SELF-slsnvlcz nerr stones ROWS I Falmouth All types ot glass I . 'H Commercial 'W mi1'i'lfL:"?.'i""' Residential ' Store Fronts ' Auto Glass ' Thermopane ' Mirrors ' Table Tops ' Desk Tops ' Residential Work ' Repair Work 24 Hour Emergency Service 797-4003 797-5337 I I35 Forest Ave., Portland A. L. STEWART 81 SONS Maine's Largest Conner of Fruits and Vegetables Falmouth Shopping Center Falmouth, Maine HOWARD A. PEARCE ASSOCIATES Representing United OF OMAHA Mutual OF OMAHA SECURITY IS OUR BUSINESS Statewide Service Offices Portland - Lewiston - Waterville - Bangor - Presqu SUPER-SONIC CAR WASH I 139 Forest Avenue Portland, Maine Tel. 797-7283 "The Birthplace of Clean Cars" Coins Bought ancl Sold "lf we l'1aven't got it, we can get it." WESTBROOK COIN SHOP 332 Allen Ave. 04IO3 797-5003 Falmouth, Maine Route 100 Gray Center, Gray, Maine 04039 BRUNI'S MARKET EARL B. BALLARD Meats General Line of Italian Sandwiches D Antiques l22 Washington Avenue Portland ,Q Telephone 657-4600 V Compliments of R. C. HOULDEN, D.M.D. 637 Forest Avenue Portland, Maine MATTHEWS AUTO SUPPLY I97 Turner Street Phone 784-6408 Auburn, Maine O42IO Your 'Friendly NAPA iobber THE FASHION STORE FOR THE WOMAN AND THE JUNIOR MISS CASUAL COLONY Falmouth Shopping Center Falmouth, Maine ,QS By appointment X or ' My L. :. wallc in Rf . iii The Barn 477 Congress Street Portland. Maine ' Men's Hair Cutting and Hair Styling ' ' Hair Pieces Roland Champagne Tel. 775-l6I8 Larry Snow or Sharon Clark 1 gl: -. EASTERNOIL .' CORPORATION I 'l!l'I':' 4.1 an 161 IM " ' ng QW UQ-ll - 144 Mm 'Wf5fS?1?i1 5 , K -' " . 27 Porfland Sfreef Porfland, Maine 773-6495 - Mobil f lj 3 r heating oll C UNTR UJ P D R me I mg . : BIIDEESEQ O BIIDIIEEEES : ' U me me DUDE Q fb C3 Q Q Q. E 'SH- 'S Q. Q EN 2 X Q Q 2 s. 2? SN f . l.. In 2 1 lr ra. .4-1 1 'Q j :Fig 160- '44i7"Y F w feaa-:f -1126! ' .Q Regis+ered Jeweler American Gem Sociefy Congress a+ Casco S+ree+ . . . ln+own Por+land 55 Falmou'fh Shopping Cen+er Complimenfs of Q f W ,- ,,,, ji1. M .A,A1M.W.,,+..M ' I'..A?3?. . :RQ 3 f 'W 1, f ' A 1 : r Llffi mis! - hz V P ww - 'WZEW "W-525' ...M Q A H I N . , .,., , W. M, M K, " WWW . , "'Nf,,,, Wa+erman Drive Soufh Porfland CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I973 ANDOVER INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS Complimenfs of RANDALL 8: MCALLISTER "The besi' in heafing fuels for over IOO years" Telephone: 774-4554 Telephone 657-332I GRAY AUTO PARTS, INC. AuI'omoIive Dis'rribu+ors Accessories - RepIacemenI Par+s - Equipmeni' Machine Shop Service DICK MORRELL Gray PIaza Gray, Maine BLAIR AND TRUDY'S BIRCHWOOD RESTAURANT U.S. Roule I Ya 'th RING'S GAS 81 HARDWARE CO. BoH'lecl Gas - Appliances Hardware Housewares YARMOUTH 846-5503 We give S 84 H Green Slamps - YARMOUTH FUEL COMPANY Serving NO YARMOUTH - CUMBERLAND - GRAY - FALMOUTH - POWNAL - FREEPORT 55 M S+ + - Yarmoulh, Maine - Tel. 846-5507 Oil Burners - Healing Oils - Burner Service COASTAL VOLKSWAGEN, INC. Por+land Road Saco, Maine NORM CHRISTIE JOHN CLOWES S l R p + +ives ffalmoluth Qezamie Jupgalgt PAINTS - SUPPLIES - GREENWARE - INSTRUCTION RETAIL 81 WHOLESALE os MIDDLE ROAD Tel. 774-1064 FALMOUTH, MAINE 04105 NNEBUNK - KENNEBUNK MAINE - MEMBER X NATIONAL BANK HOULE'S PHARMACY Specializing in Prescripfions bu'I Fealuring Hallmarlc Cards - Russell S'I'over Candies Tel, 78I-44l4 Chanel - Lanvin - Revlon Perfumes Giffs and Imporied Pipes - Pouches Wheelchairs - Crufches - Canes CompIe+e Line of Hospi'I'aI Supplies Every+hing in a Well-Appoinled Drug Sfore FaImou+h Shopping Cenler The Mo-fo s11oP,1qo. , forwlen Women and Bags Westbrook Saco FRANK MORRIS, Complimenfs Builder Falmoufh, Maine Joseph L. Long, D.D.S. BUILDER OF CUSTOM HOMES 4 Kelley Road OFFICE FeImou+h use Woodford Sfreef Home PorI'Iand, Maine Falmoufh, Maine 773-8244 78 I -4233 Telephone 775-2305 ,. AUTOMOTIVE DISTRIBUTORS ACCESSORIES - REPLACEMENT PARTS - EQUIPMENT MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 351 Marginal Way Portland, Maine 04101 Complimenls of wiNsi.ow's FARM MARKET CONGRESS HARDWARE and ITOMMY'SI Greenhouse 81 PAINT CO., INC. Hardware, Spor+ing Goods, Pain'I's Roufes 26 and I00 Gray Road MAINE HEADQUARTERS Wes+ Falmoulh, Maine FOR SKINDIVERS 273 Congress S+ree'r Porflancl, Maine Tel' 79742989 Tel. 772-5357 IRE RAIN-BO-SALAD CO. I?-TIER IZIEH 336 Commercial S+ree+ for unusual cards, s+a+ionery, P FH d M . o an , anne gifl' books, mobiles, e-I' cefera. 773-0460 I5 Exchange SIree+ Locafed in 'Ihe Por'IIand, Maine 04I I I Old Por+ Exchange Telephone 774-3125 Tel. 783-0532 SUNSET MOTEL SAUNA BATHS - POOL - TV - WALL TO WALL CARPETING INDIVIDUAL PHONES AND IN ROOM COFFEE MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED WASHINGTON ST. AUBURN, ME NORTON, GOOD LUCK HALL si sl-IEARMAN 'ro General Insur-ance THE SWIMMINQ TEAMS fe'eP"m 112-'95' 54 Exchange S'I'ree'I' Porfland, Maine LIBERTY OIL 81 SERVICE, INC. Range and Fuel Oil - BoHIecI Gas and Appliances GRAY, MAINE 04039 TeI. 657-33 I 7 CongraI'uIaIions Class of I973 "The oId gray cape" I'IeI'b6l"I' weber real es+a+e brokers freeport me. 04032 207-865-6365 86546368 The PorI'IancI S+ripper PEACE Furni+ure S+ripping and Refinishing New Exclusive Process Will Remove Any Finish A 8 D 'From Wood, Me+aI, or Glass Guaran'I'eed Io Preserve 'I'he Pafina of DeIica+e An+iques P9"I'I5nd- Maine Pick-up and Delivery Arranged 3I Exchange S'I'ree+ Por+IancI, Maine 04I I I Telephone 773-7630 Compliments of ADAMS 8m FOGG HARRIMAN'S IGA FOODLINER OIL EQUIPMENT CO. Yarmomhi Maine 309USR1i FI hM THE KNUDSEN STUDIO-SHOP Gifis, Cards, Por+raiI's and S+a'rionery FaImou+I'1 Shopping Cenier Telephone: 78 I -47I7 MR. AND MRS. N. RICHARD KNUDSEN SHOPPING NOTES Yarmouih, Maine Complimenfs I of I gy Friend X make Ihe scene wilh us .- . . V 0 , Prep Hall and Jr.-Hall FASHIONS FOR YOUNG MEN AND LADIES Porfland ' Lewislon ' Brunswick ' Maine Mall, So. Porlland P Psi-com SELTZER 8. RYDHOLM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. : i BOTTLERS OF PEPSI-COLA AND SEVEN-UP 250 Canco Road ' Porlland, Maine 04l03 ' Tel. 773-4258 NELSON'S MUSIC Hammond Organs Steinway and Wurlitzer Pianos FALMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER 78 I -4822 CASCO BAY LINES Cuslom House Wharf PORTLAND, MAINE Island AdvenI'ure" "Island Holiday "Abenal:i" "THE FUN THING TO DO!" DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON AVE 772-7464 775 3I I4 Pizza by Angelone SOUTH PORTLAND WESTBROOK 799- I 55 I 854-9 I 22 May Our Service To You Be Your Sfandard Of Measure EASTERN BOOK CO WHOLESALE BOOK JOBBERS 131 Middle Street :,. mx SERVING . . A PORTLAND, MAINE 04112 SCHOOLS Q LIBRARIES BOOK STORES Telephone 774-3334 CompIimen+s of PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK Complimenis of WASSON'S GROVE THE BOOK AND YARN BARN HAY AND PEABODY Good Selection of Books, CAM"gi'g!f"Wf'f' gomywffff PM-f Yarns, Crewel, Rugs, etc. Falmouth Shopping Center 781-4712 PORTLAND, MAINE O4-102 PORTLAND 772-5468 Say It With Fresh Flowers From SKlLLIN'S GREENHOUSES Garden Center - Landscape Planting - Gift Shop Quality in All .-- -H-wwunru Cut Flowers, Corsages, Potted Plants Wedding and Funeral Work Falmouth Foreside Phone 781-3 Brunswick Phone 442-81 1 1 JOHN A. SKILLIN, Class of 1948 DAVE SKILLIN, Class of 1955 860 HALL STAMP AND COIN CO. Village Green lformerly Casco Bank Arcadel 477 Congress Street Portland, Maine 772-9017 To "COIN" a Phrase-- Come ln and "STAMP" Around RUDY'S MARKET 505 Washington Avenue Quality Meat and Groceries 772-9631 Complimenis of NICELY'S MARKET IO4l Brighion Avenue Poriland, Maine ANDREW P. IVERSON, Pres. and Treas. Complimen+s of SCRIBNER 84 IVERSON, INC. Plumbing and Hea+ing 64 Union S+ree+ Por+land, Maine Telephone 774-6 I 67 ROGER W. HANSON DONALD O. McCUBREY Res. Tel. 797-3475 Res. Tel. 78l-2226 file , f ., n commercial printing KX 2, .,,Q,, f- letterpress - o set VQLCEEM U95 , -5 W LLJNT RD DLJTH.MAINE P SAM'S MARKET lfalian and Hof Meafball Sandwiches fo go Full Line of Groceries Sub. Posf Office - Rf. 302 - Pride's Corner I25 Briclgfon Road - Wesfbroolc "You've fried fhe resfg now frgy fhe besf." the "in" place for the lively ones! Sfricfly zero cool . . . where all fhe- fashion-minded juniors are malcing fhe scene fo swifched-on happenings. lf's alsfore wifhin a sfore . . . a place 'ro meef and mix . . . fo browse ancl feel af home. PORTEOUS . . . IN DOWNTOWN PORTLAND ' P ovfellf' Wanf your Sfores Eggs fresh? Resfauranfs We gof 'em. Ca Swing in af 85 Winn Road. E 797 4I84 ix X J YN ,L 65,7 fi al H B R. E. Casparius El ii Niipnnmlrgflbc it l in ff rf lil TEL. 657-43:3 aaaurv mm 1 I . ' , 0"frm PRODUCTS Forl cewms . .V H 1 I I H HOME FURNISHINGS Americas Best Paint Value MARY CARTER PAINT STORE 884 BRIGHTON AVENUE, PORTLAND, MAINE H ,+ H F .+ Paint + Paint Supplies + Wallpaper er' age ouse urn' ure ALBERT P. DOYON, Owner PHONE 772-4431 ARNOLD F' MCLEAN MAIN ST. TBESIDE A8zPl GRAY, ME. 04039 Dial 846-5555 LUMEQER SUPPLIES... 7I Main Sireei Yarmouih, Maine . Complimen+s l Q of a Friend 4-4 sy DAY'S CRAB MEAT fhelfwiffn IA: Yarmou+h, Maine iizl zgggi-1ouR MARTTNIZING Phone 846587' AI' Longfellow Sq., Por+lancI, Maine 772-9342 A+ Bradlees, Wesfbroolx, Maine 854-8323 HARRIS OIL CO. Ci+go "We Specialize in You." 202 Commercial S+ree+ Por+Iand 772-8304 Tel. 846-539I I52 Main SI'ree+ Yarmou'I'I1, Maine CompIimenI's of HARMON HAMBURGERS RQGERS - WENTWORTH' INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR - DEALER Frigidaire - Mayfag - Mo+oroIa - RCA Wiring - Repair of Appliances - TV Compliments of COCA-COLA SEACOAST SPORT CENTER sorrune PLANT, INC. Rm 3, Yarmou+I'1, Maine 846-47I0 COKE TAB FRESCA 6l5 Main'S+ree1' Sou+I1 Por+Iand, Maine CompIimen'Is DESMOND 81 PAYNE, INC. All Forms of Insurance 366 U.S. Rouie I FaImouI'I1 2mf,4' ' 'P' I I . '2 eif57'3,z3?'. Eilfgaffii ju.. f, ,Af:,:-:DMA ye J J .152 f 'Y' -'l1m- , EAD : ." .4-1-vga: .,.:5g-, ,,,:.,:.L ,:2.':3.'?:'qq, ,u:"-:552r,.f:.-14.5-I,gg-11g.:..g1,5.-g.-.'.'Egm2:?j.:-:, H Y f' 4-:fiiii 15-i3js1'- . . ' ' " ' 4.51525-3555315'lil-7i,:,.f--?V 1 H ,. . -I .,... . , 4-,.'..- x.,h-'4uNwf.v"'lY- k5s3LiL.2-3z1a.llibSL.,+,.,.i1 "" if 5" Complimenls s 1 l l R sa 5,53 e WW C ...- ,. I m Q . , , Q ug. f ' A A . NX ti ll N fl FNQQ, Q .7 of a Friend Comp imenls of HUBBS ENGINE COMPANY 333 U.S. Roule I Marine, lndus+rial, and Truck Diesel Engines Also Gasoline Engines films- if I Jr I 1wsN Towns 'roYo'rA ofAUBURN-LEWISTON Rt No- 1 SACD, MAME PD- BOX 50' IF we ooN'T SAVE You MONEY Maine Turnpike, U.S. 202 WE DON'T DTCEHVE YCUFI BUSINESS Area code-Izon 773-3827 TH E CARON CCMPANY A Subsidiary of THE JAYSON COMPANY 75 INDIA STREET PORTLAND, WE SELL, AND DELIVER, THE SERVICES OF SPECIALISTSI MAINE WM. O. BURLEIGH ELECTRIC 27 Town Landing Road FaImou+I1 Foreside, Maine 04I05 Sales - Wes+inghouse Appliances - Service Yachi and Boa+ Wiring a Specialiy Resideniial and Commercial Wiring ALLEN, STERLING 81 LOTHROP Sierling QuaIi'ry" Seeds I9I U. S. Rouie I FaImou+I'1, Maine 04I05 Farm and Garden SuppIies AMERICAN STEEL 81 ALUMINUM I I5 Wallace Avenue SouI'h Porfland, Maine Bes+ Wishes +o 'rhe Class of '73 PINE TREE PAPER CO., INC. MARK STIMSON ASSOCIATES REALTORS 8I3 Washingfon Avenue Main S'I'ree+ 758 Main Sfreei- Por'I'Iand, Maine 04I03 Gray, Maine Soui-h Porfland 05l06 Complimenis of PERRY'S MARKET 234 Middle Road Faimouih, Maine GROCERIES-MEATS-FROZEN FOODS ETC. OPEN SUNDAY-8 A.M. +o 5 P.M. The Welch S+enciI Co. and Melrose Rubber S+amps and Engraving Service Corporafe - No+ariaI Seals Machine Engravings 7 Exchange S'I'reeI Por+Iand, Maine 04I I I 774-3 I 73 Complimenfs of CUMMINGS BROTHERS BLUE ROCK INDUSTRIES CompIe're Wholesalers 58 Main Shed MEATS-GROCERIES-FROZEN FOODS Wes+brooIx, Maine M. S. HANCOCK -UMBER OF GRAY "Direc+ from +I1e ForesI' 'Io You" IJ' ,, Ib gIZy,PrI,I:?ne 04039 JIIII .. 1 7 Building Supplies Y I I In :I Carpef Cen+er Tel' 657-336' Illaflffmws. Touraine Painf CompIImen+s of I-loDeDoN's G u If GULF STATIQN U S Rou+e I Yarmou+I1 Mame EASTERN 9 7 MUSICAL SUPPLY CO. 207 797-3494 FORTUNE, INC. Yachf Sailmakers I06 Gray Road I90 Rome I F I Il, M ' W. FaImou+I'1, Maine 6 momk ame 7 CLARK'S LUMBER 8: HARDWARE Rouie 302 Norih Windham Complimenis of RUDY'S LUNCHEONETTE 262 Middle Sheet Jusf Below Benolfs 773-9226 Good Luclc +0 The Class of '73 Complimen+s of TENNIS OF MAINE CARR BROS. COMPANY, INC. Wholesale Frui'l and Produce lnsiifuiional Foods T I ph 797 227: H TI 79762I3 DANIELS FLOOR COVERINGS -The Bes+ in Floor Coverings- Frozen Foods 2I7 Commercial S+ree+ Porlland, Maine 328 gliecr gvaiize or a , Service Since I909 DON DANIELS o4lo3 Eg +51 Complimenis - ' C of A I' ll. W Ai 2 i l ' 1 R+e. 302 if Nor+h Windham R E m: IzII1I112-ssas EASTERN: PINE - swzucs FIR a. HEMLOCK WE : AND SON CO. WIiIE"SIRUCf LUMBER WHOLESALERS 2,1235 PPRQQSUCTS N1 Hi St., hltlall, lain Hill d s 9 I86 U.S. Rou+e I FALMOUTH PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY ERLE C. WEBBER, B.S., Reg. Pharm. FaImou+h, Maine Dial 78I-2I I2 DiPIETRO'S ITALIAN SANDWICHES I7I Cumberland Avenue 772-4084 JCSEPH A. DIPIETRO, Prop. 6 Washingfon Avenue ORIGINAL B 81 B CLEANERS SI1ir+ Launclerers Phone 773-4788 Por+IancI, Me. Free Pick-Up and Delivery in 'I'I'I6 FaImou+I1 Area Complimenfs DAYS of Jewelry - Appliance - Furni+ure BOWL-A-RAMA "You always do beH'er a+ Days" MILL CREEK BOWL A RAMA CongraTulaTions To THE CLASS OF l973 FROM YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER ,QQ L y W ,TZ .ff"2-E"-FWD FFP - ' . Lf M5 ,N T Wim "1 " f . - T "-- A U M M , uczsunc Imaam: 'lllli -ni T I EQ II!--' ' li' "' ", X ' f '?N,, y y X 414 FEMA ' ' f-. gfz A 1 A f' ' Q 0 T H ENS R Qigwwwi . A,,, Mmm' "" "'1: .. .H ,L T . T . -M-fl ,,,. P . l my ..,, , ,. A aaa' i ' CASCO BAY MOTORS Roufe I - Yarmouth Tel. 846-5577 Complimenfs Averilrs Inc of SERVICE STATION Mlss PORTLAND DINER 797 9871 13 MAI is on the grow! i V There is opportunity for you in IViaihe...for T higher 1 t' or for jobs in M ine's xvi I growing d d sified field of indust y d I F K 'T 4 busihe AJ! ir,.,r . ,- .M , -1 , , ' '4 Make Maine your business Ti i COMPLIMENTS OF RONALD TRELL STUDIO OF DANCE BRUNSWICK - FALMOUTH LUMBER CO. of MAINE 82I Foresf Avenue Porfland, Maine 04I03 for Phone 775-275I FOBQIXINQCA Dis+ribu+ors JOHN L. GODDARD, Manager Complnmen+s COLE FARMS LEE AUTO TOP COMPANY Au1'o Tops and Uphols+ering 777 Fores'l' Avenue Porfland, Maine 772-075I KING'S FISH 8: CHIPS I I29 Fores'I' Avenue at MorriII's Corner I.. Portland, Maine 04I03 Fea+u,-ing: 204 Commercial Street Authentic English S'I'yIe Portland, Maine Fish 'n Chips Complete Chicken Dinner 1 3 Pieces Chicken - Po'IaI'o Men S Wear Ie Slaw Hoi' Rolls Fried Clams - Scallops - Shrimp dents a chance no minimum service charge want and write hugh school and college stu to have a free checking account balance to worry about and no Make all the deposits you all the checks you want The only thing we ask is that your parents or guar dlan also have a checking account at Casco Come In and sign up at any Casco office Casco Bank Si Trust C' Wcfrv thinking. . . FREE tudent Checking 2 ELM OIL 81 ICE CO. Compliments of ROLLI NS 30 Washington Avenue Porlland, Maine SOI Washington Ave. Furnace Oil Range Oil Poriland' Maine Fireplace Wood Tel. 772-9246 Telephone 773-569i WALT and DICK ROLLINS Compliments of THOR M. KORDA, D.M.D. NuHin' Like I+ In Maine ALLEN'S FARM 84 GARDEN CENTER Crafl Shop and geraniums and seedlings fer+iIizer and pealmoss R+. i'F26 Wesl' Cumberland, Maine Complimenls SERVICE OIL CO., INC. NATIONAL Canal Bank MEMBER FDIC Falmoulh Shopping Cenler OLIVIA BROWN, Manager Drop in . . . make yourself comforlable Tress-Chic Wigs of Poriland LLOYD and KAY KENNEDY 884 Brighfon Avenue ' Porlland, Maine I207l 772-55I I SALON HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 A.M. 'lo 5 P.M. Thursday 9 A.M. 'ro 9 P.M. Salurday 9 A.M. +o I2 N. The Besl of Whal' Maine Offers Sleaks - Seafood - Halian Foods DIMHIQ' on +he Wa'l'erfron+ Cocldails Dancing NIgh+Iy Por+Iand Maine -gdb? 'S Am S i WALKWS Willageigvelnn ant 1Dort1Duh Route 1 Fuimoufh, Maine Som MAIN 8222225555 MAINE M P. O. Box 1037, Portland, Maine Telephone 78l'2l 25 FRANK W. SPEHR MANAGER Sherwin-William . More than a paint store. I448 Foresl' Avenue Porlland, Maine O4lOl Compliments of FROST MIMEOGRAPHING COMPANY DR, DAVID BERLOWITZ OPTOMETRIST 266 Middle Slreel Portland, Maine Delia Au'I'o Body Shop gi ,Tl-I B-F7 -Sl -gl 1711 --I 111 3-I --l -Sl B-I --1 --l 555 HF: S55 555 S55 255 Es: iss sas 555 555 E55 E55 iss , N ONE OF THE MOST MODERN SHOPS IN MAINE Frame Work Bumper Io Compieie Unii Consfruciion Bumper Service Fron+ End and American and Foreign Cars AIignmen+ Service 999 Foresi Avenue 797-2506 Por+Iand Es+ima're of Repairs 24 Hr. Towing THE PERIWINKLE a+ Pine Poini' Gifi Shop and Tea Room OPEN DAILY July and Augusf Complimenis of MW 502 Congress Sfreei, Por+Iand, Maine MiIIcreeIc Shopping Cen+er, So. Por'IIand, Maine Norihgaie Shopping Cenier, Poriiand, Maine Maine Mall, So. Por+Iand, Maine A NEW DIRECTION IN MAINE BANKING , NORTHEAST BANK .4 or wEsTBRooK NORTHEAST BANKSHARE ASSOCIATION Bridgion Road, Prides Corner, Wesibrook, Maine 04092 207! 797-2444 Telephone 797-6 I bl 20+h CENTURY MOTORS NORTH GATE PHARMACY New and Usecl Qualify Cars Norlh Gale Shopping Cenler SONNY CONLEY-HENRY MINERVINO Auburn S+ree+, Porlland 32' Allen A-Venue Porfland, Maine 04I03 .ZWW l ADIVISION OF SCOTT PAPER COMPANY WESTBROOK,MAlNE O-4092 Compnmenis of New England Pel Supply PORTLAND CLUTCH, INC. Yofk S+fee+ Porlla nd F RANK AMATO'S Halian Sandwiches Mea+ball Sandwiches SpagheHi Sauce and Meafballs A ki. 2 EW: iv Yr TRAVEL AGENCY Pizzas I379 washangm Avenue Penland . p,f:Q'.DEf12.Mff5iSeS Take-Ou+ Orders Located ah ' Transcon+inen'I'aI Tours CALL Te'- 797-594 38295236535 'nn 50743253215 HURRICANE VALLEY STABLES Telephone 797-2280 lnsfrucfion - Boarding - Sales 2I Shaw Road Falmoufh, Maine 04I05 Owner: S+ Complimenfs of LUND'S TRANSPORTATION LI BBY'S RENT ALL R+. 302 No. Windham, Me. 04062 "A wide variefy of equipmen+ 'for residenfial and commercial needs" ephen D. Libby Tel 892-9343 HUMPTY DUMPTY POTATO CHIP CO. Roufe I Scarborough, Me. Compliments of ALAN'S ACRE Complimen+s Complimenis of of PETE'S HANDY STORE COMBER MARINE I7I York Sireei' Porfland, Maine 460 Fore S+ree+ Poriland, Maine Complimenfs of DR. MALCOLM W. CASS CANAVAN DRUG CO. 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