Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME)

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M: """ X , 9-.-.Q , ,wif-uns ' v EEA. yn' LZ. . 1 , .Nfl . ,mf-Hx' -up . . 1,3 ,xi-sf 453 X Lf u 1' li 4- .. S ' ' w 4. ' ., . ii T1 ' stmg as A, 31? M- Q x Srl ,T Q, Sm' in 1 1 W. , 1 1- ., , v. i 1 J ff . 142-N1 xryq 4 cw. 19, X X 5 K THE CREST 1974 Falmoufh Hgh School Falmoufh, Maine 4 Forfg-fourfh Edifion ,eff va ...wmv A . , 'io ,vi UELI' l f W' The cover bollze mcny Most students of our he con Here ct make friends. in we can meet ing with these that they may for time to come. Friendship is the To the It is o sloop our high school worm, steady. of THE 1974 of friendship all "A word with the boss" Dedication Who is the teacher who is most willing to give a helping hand? Who never ceases her ladylike smile or friendly atti- tudes? Here at Falmouth it is our good fortune to have several such people, and one in particular who is outstanding in her field. She is the woman you always think of as being terribly busy. Yet somehow she always finds time to do the really important things, giving an encouraging look to a frus- trated student, showing school spirit at games, being with her son Richie. These are the reasons why we, the Class of l974, very proudly dedicate the forty-fourth edition of The Crest to Madame - Mrs. Helene Mafhurin. "A helping hand Faculfg V 5 3 gi. ui 7 I w Adminisfrafion Quperinfendenfs Message In the two hundred years we have been a nation, the changes have been many. Most of them have been good. Those that have not been good have not lasted. One thing we can depend upon to remain constant, even in adversity and uncertainty, is true friendship. Friendship is a magical gift - a gift that comes to us too rarely. It is a gift that is earned as any love is earned - through the giving of ourselves to others. We make acquaintances in life but few real friends. May we all have the wisdom to treasure the gift of a true friend above all other treasures we acquire upon the way. lt is the one valuable thing that can never be taken from us. Harold L. Mason Superintendent of Schools l 7 School Board SEATED, left to right: Mrs. Judith Benoit, Mrs. Patricia Ranger. STANDING: Mr. Mark Terison, Mr. Richard Lindahl, Dr. Allan Corey. LQQX Quperinfendenfs Office Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Lillian Golding, Mrs. Diane Viveiros, Mrs. Malvina Boyd. ahead we have helped develop in each of you the Principal 's Message Congratulations to the Class of 1974 on the eve of its graduation from Falmouth High School! It is my hope that in preparing you for what lies capacity for friendship. Good luck to all of you! Robert C. Clunie Principal ROBERT C. CLUNIE Principal 'QW' ,,.pnvv""" paul? ,,,: -A - ' MRS. MARGARET WOOD LAWRENCE LATHROP Secretary Administrative Assistant ':':' f . ' f RACHEL B. MACGOWAN English University: Maine Assistant Advisor: National Honor Society, Future Teachers of America, Junior Class "Settle down, boys!" RANDOLPH E. QUINT English Colleges: Makerere, Bates Universities: Columbia, Maine English Department Head Assistant Advisor: Senior Class, The Crest "Silence, children. Let there be peace in the valley." EhgliSh A MADELYN E. BUCK English Universities: Maine and Columbia Advisor: National Honor Society Assistant Advisor: Junior Class "You people are woefully lacking in culture." ip, r-.. s?: - 5 ,A L: S J Sf? L i PHILIP C. ROSE English College: Bowdoin Universities: Maine and Maryland' Assistant Advisor: Junior Class Coach: Junior Varsity Basketball "That book is full of earthy stories CLARK T. THOMPSON Introductory Physical Science, Physics Colleges: George Williams, West Chester State, MIT, Pennsylvania State, Bryn Mawr Universities: Pennsylvania, Tem- ple, Wisconsin State, Delaware Advisor: Audio-Visual Crew Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class RICHARD W' LAWLER "Well, we all have our little prob- Biology Iems-,. College: Bowdoin University: Maine Coach: Cross Country Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class "What's so funny?" WILLIAM E. DAVIS Chemistry College: Middlebury University: Cornell Assistant Advisor: Sophomore Class "It's cold enough to freeze the hair off a brass monkey." 'i' ii: , Science HARVEY B. WHEELER Biology and Earth Science College: Bowdoin University: Maine Advisor: Junior Class Coach: Swimming, Track "Wicked good!" HERBERT A. HOPPE Elementary Algebra, Technical Alge- bra, Accelerated Algebra, Algebra ll University: Maine Mathematics Department Head Advisor: Math Team Coach: Tennis '72-'73 "I only make mistakes to see if you're awake." Mathematics K I X Q . "ff li l QV what l 4. 12 CALVIN WOLCOTT Geometry, Review Math, Calculus, Consumer Math College: Bowdoin Universities: Colgate, M.l.T. Advisor: Sophomore Class Let me check that with the book. ROBERT L. McCULLY Advanced Math, Liberal Arts Math, Algebra Il, Shop Math College: Oberlin Universities: St. Bonaventure, Rutgers, New Hampshire, Maine Assistant Advisor: Junior Class Coach: Girls' Basketball Assistant Coach: Boys' Track "lt seems like I've said this before." DOROTHY E. MCCANN French K College: L'Ecole francaise de Middle- 6 X bury Universities: Maine, Tufts, Lausanne - Switzerland, NDEA French Institute French Department Head N f Advisor: Dramatics Club Co-Advisor: French Club "Doesn't that remind you of our Paris trip?" lf ll l - 54,4 X ,f MWIIIIL- F fall!! 1 5 Foreign Languages HELENE C. MATHURIN French College: Boston Universities: Maine, New York, L'Univ ersite de Paris lSorbonnel Assistant Advisor: Senior Class Co-Advisor: French Club "Ca vous coute cinq sous!" I H l - 4 1 W n 'N I 'I . Tfi S - JJ 13 l THOMAS A. HILL U. S. History, American Govern- ment, Behavioral Science and Humanities College: Colby University: Pittsburgh Social Studies Department Head Coach: Soccer "Let me be the comedian." H - ' XX I s , 'l t gs 0 fe A rl Az", ll 5 A y f l JEAN C. ARLANDER . U. S. History, Personal Law, Geogra- phy, Behavioral Science Universities: Tufts, Maine, Boston Uni- versity Law School Advisor: Student Council Assistant Advisor: Senior Class "So why can't a woman do it?" RICHARD J. HALPIN U. S. History, Political and Economic Systems, Behavioral Science and Humanities College: Holy Cross Universities: Syracuse, Yale, Maine Assistant Advisor: Senior Class "Let me digress for a moment, if you will." Librarians -fy. il .le ,ff ' w ll , x 1. Q ty? 1, ALFRED H. STADDEN Current Issues, Traditions and DOROTHY N. WAGNER Librarian Colleges: Colby, Connecticut Universities: Clark, Maine, Ohio, Washington, Exeter - England "Why don't you stop fluttering around and perch?" MARGARET H. KUPELIAN Assistant Librarian College: Ricker University: Maine "Will you boys please separate?" Change in Four Societies, Shapinp the Western World, Driver Educa- i"f" 1 tion College: Washington Universities: Kentucky, Maine, Colo- g rado Athletic Director Advisor: Varsity Club "Who's the lion tamer?" ,ef -:' anna' COOPER W. HIGGINS Physical Education College: Springfield University: Maine Coach: Varsity Basketball, Baseball "What's the matter? Are you boys tired?" Industrial Arts Physical Education SHIRLEY J. JONES Physical Education University: Maine Coach: Field Hockey, Swimming, Track "Walk it off, girls!" MALCOLM E. HORR Industrial Arts University: Maine "I'll get it fixed . . sooner or later." JEROME W. BLACK Industrial Arts, Drafting Universities: Maine, Maryland "Are you sure you want to put that ROBERTA F. ROGERS Typing, Stenography, Office Prac tice, Business Machines Colleges: Westbrook, Husson Northeastern Business Universities: Virginia, Vermont Maine Advisor: Senior Class, The Crest Future Teachers of America PHYLLIS P. BEMISS Junior Business Training, Gen eral Business, Bookkeeping Clerical Record Keeping, Per- sonal Typing Colleges: Montclair State Colby, Husson Universities: Maine, Maryland "Have you got gum, honey- I I bunch?" Business Education "I am a very reasonable 1 woman." LONA W. HARDY Reading College: Colby University: New Hampshire "Your reading isn't as bad as you think . . . " Readin IRMA E. BAKER Teacher Aide "I'll try to get that typed right away." NEAL A. DOW Music Director University: Maine "There are no bad songs, only bad singers." Music and Arf rriii reii f ,Q JAMEsJ.sTAMPoNE,JR. 4 it .s M i 4 A f'i f Art Director -A-. - Q ! 'M ' University: Maine 5 Q' 'G' Q Jy yr' Advisor: The Portfolio l A QQ iri 54 frf. Assistant Advisor: Senior Class "Are you ra99in9 me?" ISABEL A. BEAUMONT School Dietitian "What's wrong with peanut butter?" 30,4 41 3 Ji-1.1, QM! W ZW 4 LLOYD S. BRYANT Guidance Director College: Bowdoin Universities: Boston, Maine L . "So . . . you want to go to college Guidance MIRIAM L. MAYO Guidance Secretary College: Colby of New Hampshire "You'll have to wait your turn." JILL A. FOX Home Economics l and ll, Senior Special, Food Management, Cre- ative Clothing, Culinary Arts University: Maine Dean of Girls "l'll have a piece, but I am on a diet." A Home Economics ,,, 'I' " SCEES , eq f o,. ' Health Ousfodians LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Thorne, Mr. Cole, Mr. Fos- ter, Mr. Drown, Mr. Littlefield, Mr. Berry. 20 WILLIAM F. TAYLOR School Physician Universities: Yale, Columbia Medical School "Take a deep breath." JANE G. SUDDS School Nurse College: Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary School of Nursing "Do you want a hot water bottIe?" and DONALD COLE Head of Maintenance "Are the lights working on all the buses?" Help . 'LQ fi I C' x VT' EEL-in by .1 SCHOOL BUS Bus Drivers gn Langway, Mr. Littlefield. Z-f 3 E- '75 2 .-AML . m e k. :M . ij , , .4 '91 P 1 F - i f ' ,, .,,. I. ' - -T.- A- if Vfi' I, .. ,Y ,S . V "" f f' ' ' 335. 7' J 'V " LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. crocken, Mrs. wrlcox, 5 5. ,.,. Z U .1 W, Mrs. Compton, Mrs. Sawtelle, Mrs. Stadden. 5 ' 2, -, X ,5 1 Y 1 . Nei' 'L T' ' . 5 . ' ,,-. F 3 le - . H mi ,Mug-?'0"'f mprL:V:.. L. , V -V . ..v.. V F W .g Kitchen Crew LEFT TO RIGHT: Curtis Ingraham, Thomas Estabrook, Suzette Bois, Hillary Jones, Laura Paule. 7, 2 'A Q S I 21 LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Foster, Mr. Olsen, Mr. Freeman, Mr. Meehan, Mr. West, Mr. T Golding, Mr. Buhelt, Mr. Leighton, Mr. W w. g?i?iQif'E' A .Q M Q .. X1 M2315 L, f ' . if . in H T' ' 1 R Y . - 4.1, 35 ,i,..LlW2.Y-1 ' gig , X u.,, iw. Si Joyce Milliken George Berry ,za gf. , W 4 .L V. A 1 , -94, W ,K X W 5281 . I W 5515 , -- , 3 , wk an . A vi X ,, 1' 1511 k.', , 2 fwziew 1 si , lfmw . i ,. X . iiiiifz, eg. f:fs1'1wgf5x5?E '1.,zzfff,L,.z' . PETER JOHN AASKOV "Doctor" Ambition: To kill a dragon, marry a princess, and live happily ever after Favorite Expression: If Evel can do it, so can I! Fondest Memory of FHS: Trying to explain the 37 different ways to pronounce my last name Activities: Basketball - Varsity 3, French Club 4, Track 4. "Men of few words are the best men." RHONDA MICHELLE ABBOTT "Mitch" Ambition: To get the most out of life and be happy What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Tried a lot harder A Word to Underclassmen: Have patience, it will soon be over. Transferred from Hayfield High School, Alexandria, Virginia, 3 Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Guidance Office Secretary 2, Homeroom Repre- sentative 2, Student Librarian 2. "What is life without the radiance of love?" CHARLES SMITHWICK ADAMS "Chuck" Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. SincIair's chemistry "labs" Pet Peeve: The athletic code What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Made the varsity basketball team more than once Activities: Basketball - Varsity 3, 4, Leo Club 4, Soccer 2, 3, Tri-Captain 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 4. "Saying little, thinking much" ANDREA ELLEN ADLER "Ads" Ambition: To live the way I want, be happy, and make someone else very happy Secret Ambition: To own a Mack truck A Word to Underclassmen: There is no one better than you are, people are iust different. Activities: Future Teachers of America 4, Office Secretary 4. "I laugh for hope hath a happy place for me." BRADFORD JAMES BARKER Ambition: To achieve my goals in the field of science Pet Peeve: Broken Ping Pong Balls What I Would Change at FHS: The rules Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 3, French Club 2, 3, 4. "No one knows what he can do until he tries it." f ,ff es: JOYCE CHARLOTTE BASSETT Ambition: To be myself, not society's expectant Favorite Pastime: Concerts and smokin'! Pet Peeve: People not taking the time to mean what they say Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 4, The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 4, Gymnastics Show 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Office Secre- tary 2, Varsity Club 4. "I feel the earth move under my feet, I feel the sky tumbling down . . . is SHARON KAY BALZER "Tex" Ambition: To doctor Mrs. Arlander's pets Fondest Memories of FHS: The Paris trip of '73, the field hockey teams of '72 and '73, track Greatest Influence on My High School Career: All my friends - students and teach- ers Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee Head 2, Basketball - Varsity 2, 3, 4, Class Day Usher 2, Citizenship Award 3, Class Executive Committee 4, The Crest Staff -- Business 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, Dirigo Girls' Delegate 3, Field Hockey - Var- sity 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, Maine State Track Meet 2, 3, 4, Maine Teachers Association Award 2, Math Team 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 3, 4, NECO 2, 3, Office Secretary 2, 3, Paris Trip 3, Student Council 2, Treasurer 3, Swimming - Manager 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 2. 4. "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." "Big Bad Brad" I BILL HAROLD BASFORD Ambition: To live What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Skipped more What I Would Change at FHS: The hot lunch Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2. "Actions speak louder than words." "Joycie" GEORGE EDWARD BERRY, JR. Ambition: To be an accountant Fondest Memory of FHS: Humanities with Andrea, Paul, and Mark I Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Halpin and Mrs. Bemiss Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2, Basketball - Manager 4, Class Officer - Treasurer 2, 3, 4, The Crest staff - Business 2, Editorial 4, Latin Club 2, Leo Club 3, Presi- dent 4, Swimming 2, Manager 3, Tennis - Manager 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. "I would sooner fail than not be among the greatest." JEFFREY GLENN BENOIT "Jeff" Ambition: To be a social worker and share with people those few abilities God gave me Favorite Pastime: Getting to know and understand people as individuals A Word to Underclassmen: lt's not success in man's eye, but honor in God's. Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, Candlelight Service Usher 3, Chorus 3, Dirigo Boys' State Delegate 3, Dramatics Club 2, Future Teachers of America 4, Track 2. "A Christian is the highest style of man." DEBORAH JANE BOTKIN "Debbie" Fondest Memory of FHS: Performing for the parents, teachers, and classmates Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Dow What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Spent a quarter of my time in studying, two quarters with music, and the other quarter with my friends Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. we jggpffj st... ' H , H Songs are all I have to try to heal with. w 1 W , . . , Q 1 I ,Is . STEPHEN MICHAEL BOUCHER "Bouch" Favorite Expression: "Could be rough." Fondest Memory of FHS: Music, the math team, and the swim team Secret Ambition: To become president of McDonald's Corporation Activities: All-State Orchestra 4, Arts and Humanities Committee 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 4, Dirigo Boys' State Delegate 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, President 4, Future Teachers of America 3, Harvard Book Award 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Leo Club 3, 4, Maine Teachers Association Award 2, Math Team 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society Student Tutor 3, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, NECO 2, 3, 4, Paris Trip 3, Portfolio Staff 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Swimming - Manager 3, 4, Track - Manager 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Varsity Club Show 2, 4, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "To strive, to seek, to find, 'and not to yield" I ROBERT SIDNEY CHENEY, JR. , Ambition: To be an M.D. I Fondest Memory of FHS: April '72 A Word to Underclassmen: Hang in there. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Latin I Club 2, 3: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine lnterscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: Maine Teachers Association Award 2: Math Team 3: Soccer 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. I I I GAIL MARGARET CONBOY Ambition: The Stage Fondest Memory of FHS: Summer of '73 Secret Ambition: To be reincarnated as Winnie the Pooh Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Edito- rial - Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: NECO 2: B.U. Trip 3, 4. "The artist of the stage must be the master of his own inspiration." "In about the some degree as you are helpful, you will be happy." RUTH ELLEN BRILL "Rufus" Secret Ambition: Keeping it a secret. U. Favorite Expression: "Pookey, Pookey" A Word to Underclassmen: "Be yourself: don't try to be something you're not." Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 2, 3, 4: Guidance Office Secretary 4: Office Secretary 2, 3, 4. "Love's a thing that is never out of season." llDud!l LORRI JAN COHEN Fondest Memory of FHS: Field Hockey '72 and '73, and Mr. Hoppe's math classes. Greatest Influence on My High School Career: The People that I have come in contact with A Word to Underclassmen: Make the most of everything you do. Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2: Cheerleading - Varsity 2, 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3: Dirigo Girls' State Delegate 3: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: Graduation Usher 3: Gymnastics Show 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 3: Maine Teachers Association Award 3: Math Team 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, President 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Swimming 3: Tennis 3: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. , "I want to laugh while the laughing is easy." BETH ANN D'AMICO B.A.D. Ambition: To become a famous artist Fondest Memory of FHS: Basketball my junior year A Word to Underclassmen: Don't put off for tomorrow what you could do today, because if you enioy it today, you can do it again tomorrow! Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Dirigo Girls' State Alternate 3, Field Hockey -Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, French Club 2, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, Language Lab Assistant 2, Main Teachers Association Award 2, Math Team 3, NECO 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 2, WLU Student Alternate 2. ". . . ever a rover, loving and laughing and free" CATHIE JUNE DeBEVOISE Ambition: To be happy all my lite Favorite Pastime: Being with people I like A Word to Underclassmen: Don't smoke in the basement, they'II take the locks off. Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 2, 3, Graduation Usher 3, Office Secretary 4, Track "Clear, even to the sunnier side of doubt" Z JAMES MARTIN DeCOSTA Favorite Pastime: Munching on something or other Pet Peeve: The "administration" and its regulations A Word to Underclassmen: Change schools "A time to keep silence, a time to speak" GARY RICHARD DOBSON Dobby Ambition: To become a success in a building trade Favorite Expression: You win some, you lose some What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Studied! Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4, Video Tape Crew 2, 3, 4. "Be yourself. Who else is better qualified?" ROBERT FRANCIS DOUGHTY, JR. Ambition: To make it through four years of college What I Would Change at FHS: The administration Activities: Baseball - 2, 3, Captain 4, Basketball - Varsity 2, 3, 4, The Crest Busi- ness Staff 2, 3, Leo Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Soccer 2, 3, Captain 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 4. "There'll be a hot time in the ol' town tonight" CAROL ANN DUNPHE "Nugget" Favorite Expression: Que Passa? Fondest Memory of FHS: Going outside for gym Pet Peeve: Teachers' favorites Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4, The Crest Staff - Business 4, NECO 3, Office Secretary 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Varsity Club Show "Little by little does the trick" LUTHER THOMAS ESTABROOK, JR. "Tom" Fondest Memory of FHS: Stage Band, Chorus and exchange trips, Cumberland acquaintances ' Pet Peeve: People who constantly correct other people A Word to Underclassmen: Good friends make everything more pleasant. cer 2, 3, Stage Band 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "Gently to hear, kindly to iudge" PATRICIA ANN EVANS "Eva" Favorite Expression: "That's a bargain!" "A-wah-a-wah . . . ' Favorite Pastime: Joking with my friends Fondest Memory of FHS: Basketball with the crew and Mr. M. Activities: Basketball - 2, 4, Captain 3, The Crest Staff Editorial 3, 4, Business 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, NECO 2, 3, Paris Trip ll 9731 3, The Portfolio Staff 4, Soccer - Scorekeeper 4, Southwestern Main Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 4, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show "Your time has come to shine, all dreams are on their way . . . ' Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Kitchen Crew 4, Leo Club 3, 4, Maine lnterscholastic Swimming Meet 4, Maine Teachers Association Award 3, Soc- Ambition: To become an electronic genius Fondest Memory of FHS: Diving on the swim team What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Learned how to talk correct Activities: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, NECO 3, Swimming 3, 4. "If I'm defeated, at least I will have tried." PETER HAMILTON FARNUM Fondest Memory of FHS: Swimming, swimming, swimming What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Got straight A's without trying A Word to Underclassmen: Speak out, but not in ignorance Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2, The Crest Staff - Business 3, Golf Team 3, Leo Club 3, 4, Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4, Math Team 2, 3, 4, New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4, Swimming - Co-captain 4, Tennis 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Yachtsmen Band 2. "The wisdom of many, the wit of one." LINDA LEE GAGNE "Gags" Ambition: To be happy Favorite Postime: Going to Old Port with Buglets Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Hoppe Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Guidance Office Secretary 2, Girls Track - Manager 3. "There is nothing permanent except change." LINDA ARLENE GEROW "Brandy" Ambition: To do lots of traveling 5, Favorite Pastime: Bowling, skating, and parties Fondest Memory of FHS: Working with Mrs. Hardy and Mr. Bryant "Far off in the future lies my dream which will never come true, new eyes, blue eyes." STEPHEN ROBERT EVERETT "Ewitt" PAULINE DORA GEROW Ambition: To be happily married Secret Ambition: To have only two children Activities: Office Secretary 3, 4. "I found him in the shining of the stars." CHARLOTTE MARIE GREELEY "Chuck" Ambition: To be an accountant and conquer the male's field. Favorite Expression: "You brat!" Fondest Memory of FHS: The I 973 Paris Trip Activities: Class Day Usher 2: Dramatics Club 4: Field Hockey 2: Chorus 3, 4: French Club 4: Graduation Usher 3: Greece Trip 4: Gymnastics Show 3, 4: Lan- guage Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: NECO 2, 3, 4: Office Secretary 4: Paris Trip 3. "All that the blooming earth can send forth." KAREN LIZABETH HAENN Ambition: To travel Favorite Pastime: Going to Portland What I Would Change at FHS: English "The price of wisdom is above rubies." KAREN FRANCES HALLIGAN Favorite Expression: "You Been Digby! Eh?" Favorite Pastime: Going to hockey games. Right, Cheri? Secret Ambition: To become a co-president ofthe U.S. with Boo. ' Activities: Basketball - Varsity 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity Co-captain 3, 4: Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 3, 4: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3: Yachtsmen Band 4: Falmouth Singers 4. "The beginning of all great things are small." Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Donny! Polly SUSAN HAMILTON "Sue" Ambition: To travel and work Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. Lathrop climbing the walls A Word to Underclassmen: Get outta here!! Activities: Gymnastics Show 3, 4. "To know is nothing at all, to imagine is everything." ELIZABETH HARPER "Liz" Fondest Memory of FHS: Chorus Exchange with Monadnock Great Influence of My High School Career: Mr. Dow and trips to New Hampshire Pet Peeve: Phys. Ed. Teachers who play favorites Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 3, 4, Varsity - 4, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 4, Dramatics Club 4, Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 4, High Average 9770 3, Homeroom Representative 2, 4, Maine Teachers Association Award 3, Math Team 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, Track 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 4, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. "It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." VICTORIA-JO HARRIS "Subby" Fondest Memory of FHS: Cheering at games, and the Swimming Teams Greatest Influence on My High School Career: My three brothers, George, Scott, Cole. A Word to Underclassmen: Have the courage to set high ideals, and then try to live by them. Activities: Cheerleading - Varsity 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4, Olympic Sports Day 3, Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Swimming Manager 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "The sun is but a morning star." PAUL CALVIN HAYES Ambition: To accomplish what I set out to do What I Would Change at FHS: The disciplinary emphasis What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Completed a track season Activities: Chorus 2, Class Officer - President 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 4, Dirigc Boys' State Alternate 4, Leo Club 3, Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, Tennis 4, Track 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 4. "The soul that can be honest is the only perfect man." 32 STEPHEN FREDERICK HERRICK Ambition: To become successfully skilled in a trade Favorite Pastime: Riding around, or iust having a good time Pet Peeve: People who think they know it all Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4 " 'Tis is a mad world, my masters." BECKI NAN HILFRANK Favorite Expression: "Hey, you guys . . . " Fondest Memory of FHS: The girls field hockey and basketball teams A Word to Underclassmen: "Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact." Activities: Basketball - Varsity 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Class Officer 4, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Editorial 3, Layout Editor 4, Dirigo Girls' State Delegate 3, Field Hockey - Varsity 2, 3, Co-captain 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Maine Teachers Association Award 3, Math Team 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society Student Tutor 3, 4, New England Scholastic Press Conference 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 2, 4. "Laugh where we must, be candid where we can." "Steve' Debbie DEBORAH ELIZABETH HILL V Ambition: To be happy, and make all those around me the same way Fondest Memory of FHS: My friends A Word to Underclassmen: Do things right the first time. Activities: Gymnastics Show 4, Future Teachers of America 4. "Nothing is so difficult but that it may not be found out by seeking." MICHAEL JAMES HILL "Bike" Favorite Pastime: Spending time with Rouge and Bill I Pet Peeve: People who never take the time to help Secret Ambition: To be a model Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4, The Crest Staff - Business 4, High Average 3, Leo Club 4, Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 3, 4, Math Team 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. ". . . a nickname lasts forever.' DAVID BRENT HINES "Boo' Ambition: To go college to become a good Phys. Ed. instructor and coach Favorite Expression: "Da nobody fools wid da 'mouse' " Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Cooper W. Higgins Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Edito rial 4: Leo Club 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Track Meet 2, 4, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 3, 4. "lt is best to hope for things possible and probable." ELLEN MAUREEN HONAN "Japo" Ambition: To be an elementary school teacher. Fondest Memory of FHS: Paris Trip '73, Quebec '72 A Word to Underclassmen: Have fun - the time goes quicker than you think. Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Edito- rial 3, 4: Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2: NECO 3, Treasurer 4: Paris Trip 3: The Portfolio 1 Staff 4: Swimming 2: Varsity Club 3, 4: Varsity Club Show 4 ii "A pair of bright eyes with a dozen glances." ROY ALAN HOPKINS "Hooper' Ambition: Truckin' to Alaska with Mel Fondest Memory of FHA: Graduation Secret Ambition: To raise a two-headed Doberman Pinscher Activities: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming 3, 4. "This and a great deal more like it I have had to put up with." DONNAJUNEHUTCHINS Hutch ttit S Ambition: To be a Ringling Brothers Clown Fondest Memory of FHS: Skipping IO classes a week. Right, Creep?! Pet Peeve: Teachers who put me in my sister's footsteps Activities: Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4. "If you love something, set it free - if it comes back it's yours: if it doesn't, it never was." CURTIS BUTLER INGRAHAM "Curt' Ambition: To complete four years of college Pet Peeve: Broken tennis rackets V What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Been more athletic Activities: Basketball - Manager 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3 Editorial 4, Gymnastics Show 3, Kitchen Crew 3, 4, Leo Club - Treasurer 2, 3, 4 NECO 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Varsity Club Show 2, 4, Yachtsmen Band 3 4. "Variety is the spice of life." KATHERINE JANE JENSEN l Ambition: To be satisfied and happy with whatever I decide to do Fondest Memory of FHS: The thought of actually leaving it for good Secret Ambition: To grow my hair at least halfway down my back Activities: Chorus 2, Guidance Office Secretary 2. " . . the soul is in a ferment, the character undecided." W ' I . 1 5 g V ., 3522, MICHAEL JOHN JENSEN "Mike' Ambition: To be a style designer for American Porsche Pet Peeve: Institutions What I Would Change at FHS: The name NECO 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Swimming 3. "He is silent, but he is wise." CATHERINE ANN JONES "Jonesy" Fondest Memory of FHA: Cheering camp, hockey '72, '73, Boys Track, and talking to S.K., A., and Sub. Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Fletcher, and my I friends A Word to Underclassmen: You can do anything if you set your mind to it. Take term papers, for example . . . Activities: Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4, Chorus 2, The Crest Staff French Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 4, Gymnastics Show 3, 4, NECO .2 0 Varsity Club Show 4. ' 0 "lt doesn't matter whether you win or lose but whether you enioy it." T 1 Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4, French Club 2, 4, Language Lab Assistant 3, - Editorial 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4, L 4, The Portfolio Staff 4, Track 2, Boys Track - Manager 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, "JOHN RICHARD JORDAN LAMBERTUS STEPHANUS JONGERDEN "Bert Ambition: To be a used camel salesman Pet Peeve: Aluminum siding A Word to Underclassmen: Step aside, boy, ya bother me. Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Soccer 4, Swimming 2, 3, Track 3, 4. "I never have sought the world, the world was not to seek me." Fondest Memory of FHS: June I4, I974 lfiraduationl Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Sinclair Pet Peeve: Seniors only Activities: Baseball 3, 4, Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 4, Leo Club 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. "All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them" KATHLEEN MARIE JOYCE "Kathy Ambition: To own a gray Mercedes Sports car What I Wish l Had Done at FHS: A lot more What l Would Change at FHS: The delicious meals Transferred from Catherine McAuley High School, Portland, Maine 4. "Light and breezy" VANESSA GAIL JUDKINS "Nessa" Favorite Pastime: To have a Karate Match and to be with my boyfriend Fondest Memory of FHS: Chorus trip to Keene with Mr. Dow A Word to Underclassmen: In order to be a friend, you must first earn the right to be one. Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Attendance Award 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 4, Gymnastics Show 2, NECO 4, Office Secretary 2, 4, Student Librar- ian 2, 3, 4. "To make happiness a goal is never to know it. To make happiness a tool is never to lose it" I 4 36 .: SUSAN KENT Ambition: To die with a smile on my face Favorite Expression: "What's going on tonight?" What I Wish I had Done at FHS: Made the Math Team Activities: Basketball - Manager 47 Class Officer - Vice President 27 The Crest Staff - Editorial 47 Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2j French Club 2, 3, 47 Home- room Representative 3j Latin Club 4j NECO 27 The Portfolio Staff - Co-editor 47 Soccer - Manager 4. "Light breaks where no sun shines." 42: LESLIE SCOTT LIBBY Fondest Memory of FHS: Meeting Liz at the Chorus Exchange Dance Greatest Influence on my High School Career: Mr. Horr, Mr. Lathrop, and Mr. Dow Pet Peeve: Teachers who look down upon those not in the high division Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 47 The Crest Staff - Editorial Aj Yachtsmen Band 3, 4. "Back of tranquility lies always conquered unhappiness." MARK ALLEN KEITH "Congo" Ambition: To find my most creative media Favorite Pastime: A different haircut every year Greatest Influence on my High School Career: The accord and consistency within the English department Activities: Basketball - Varsity 3, 47 Track 2, 3, 47 Varsity Club 3, 4. "What a piece of work is man." "Bones" LESLIE JANE KNIGHT Ambition: To be successful and happy in anything I do, and to make those around me happy Fondest Memory of FHS: Student Council, sports teams, and close friendships A Word to Underclassmen: Accept people for what they are and not what you expect them to be. Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 3, Manager 2, 47 Chorus 27 The Crest Staff - Business 3, 47 Dirigo Girls' State Alternate 3j Field Hockey - Varsity 3, 47 French Club 2, 37 Gymnastics Show 2, 47 Office Secretary 2j The Portfolio Staff 47 Ski Club 3j Student Council 2, 3, President 4j State Student Council 2, 3, 4j Student Council State Officer - Secretary 47 National Student Council Convention 3j Varsity Club 3, 47 Varsity Club Show 4. "I shall light a candle of understanding in thine heart." CHARLES HAROLD LOKER Ambition: To get out of school Greatest Influence on My High School Career: George York ' A Word to Underclassmen: Stay in school. Senior Year at Portland High School "The secrets of life are not shown except to sympathy and likeness." WENDY LYNN LUNT Ambition: To become a pediatric psychologist Secret Amtition: To find the key to perfe A Word to Underclassmen, Participate, the time goes faster. Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Club 2, 3, 4, London Trip 2, Math Tea Conference 4, Office Secretary 4, Rome Trip 3, Boys' Track -- Manager 3, 4, WLU Student Delegate 3. "All educated Americans, first or last, go to Europe." CHERYL ANN MARTIN Favorite Pastime: Going to Hockey gam Fondest Memory of FHS: Early dismissal What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Transferred back to California Transferred from: Oceanside High Scho "Do as you please with so much ease." 38 ..Whippo,, ct health Dramatics Club 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, Latin m 3, NECO 2, 3, 4, New England Scholastic Press ANDREA LISA MANGINO "Ginzo' Ambition: To become a successful television producer Pet Peeve: Girls who form their own separate cliques What I Would Change at FHS: The administration Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, The Portfolio Staff 4 Ski Club 3, Student Council 4. "I've seen fire and I've seen rain." "Cheri" es - right, Karen? ol, Oceanside, California 3. JAMES HUGH MCCORKLE Ambition: To be a Portland Fireman Favorite Pastime: Working in the dispatcher's office Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Black Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4: Video Tape Crew 2, 3, 4. "Searching to-find a peace of mind" DAVID MICHAEL MITCHELL Ambition: To be happy and successful Favorite Pastime: Making every day a Friday night Pet Peeve: People whofput down long hair "Guess I'II set a course and go . . . " BRIAN JAMES MAYHEW Fondest Memory of FHS: All those people who helped make it possible for me to get good grades, so I could leave a year early Favorite Pastime: Starting a party at someone eIse's house and forgetting to tell the hostess A Word to Underclassmenz Get out while you can Senior Year: Junior Admissions Program at Marietta College Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2: Chorus 2: Latin Club 3: Soccer 3: Tennis 2: Track 3. "For knowledge, too, is itself a power." ..BUm.. JOYCE MILLIKEN Greatest Influence on My High School Career: My "Pro" basketball coach Secret Ambition: To cut one certain fingernail down to size What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Earned my Mark Spitz roster from Miss Jones Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: Chorus 2: Class Officer 4: The Crest Staff - Business 4: Field Hockey -Junior Varsity 3, Varsity 4: French Club 3, 4: Gymnastics Show 3, 4: Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4: NECO 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Southwestern Maine Swimming Meet 3, 4: Swimming 3, Captain 4: Varsity Club 4: Varsity Club Show 4. "Let your humor be good humor in both senses" ::Daveu DONALD EDISON MITCHELL, JR. "Mitch" Favorite Expression: "Are you sure?" Fondest Memory of FHS: March 2, I973 Pet Peeve: Goody-goodies "My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue." JULIE ANN MITCHELL "Mitch" Ambition: To travel and meet people Fondest Memory of FHS: Chorus and the concerts Greatest Influence on My High School Career: My parents and Miss Rogers Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Day Usher 2, The Crest Staff - Editorial 2, 3, Future Teach- ers of America 4, Graduation Usher 3, Office Secretary 4. "As innocent as a'lE1mb" JAMES McLANE MOODY "Buster" Favorite Expression: "Sure." Favorite Pastime: Horrors Fondest Memory of FHS: Lunch hour Transferred from: Milton Academy, Milton, Massachusetts 4. - Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Homeroom Representative 4, Math Team 4, Soccer 4, Tennis 4, Track - Manager 4. "One of the pleasantest things in the world is going on a iourney, but I like to go by myself." CHERYL ANN MORRIS Ambition: To become a success in the field of retailing, to own o sheepdog, and to live in my own designed barn Favorite Pastime: Wondering whether or not Falmouth High School will go co-ed before I graduate Fondest Memory of FHS: Paris Trip 1973, exchange concert to Monadnock High School, and the three-day weekends Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Manager 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, NECO 2, 3, 4, Paris Trip 3, Varsity Club 4, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3. "lt is better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at alI." ' KEITH HAYES NICELY "Bomber" Ambition: To become a fireman like Wills Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Sharing my locker with crazy people What I Would Change at FHS: A few rules Activities: Class Officer - President 2, The Crest Staff - Business 3, Business Man- ager 4, Editorial 3, French Club 2, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Leo Club 3, 4, London Trip 2, NECO 2, 3, New England Scholastic Press Conference 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Soccer 2, 3, Captain 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains." KAREN ELIZABETH NOYES "Noyesy" Ambition: To be a nurse, and to beat Mr. Hoppe at tennis! Fondest Memory of FHS: All the sports teams and April 1973 What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Gotten Mr. Hoppe for a teacher Activities: Basketball - Varsity 2, 3, 4, Class Officer - Vice-President 3, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Maine Inter- scholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4, Office Secretary 2, 3, Southwestern Maine Swim- ming Meet 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "You have the freedom to be yourself, your true self, here and now, and nothing can stand in your way." KEITH ANDREW NOYES "Walker" Fondest Memory of FHS: The Class of "73" What I Would Change at FHS: Some teachers! What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Something nice Activities: Baseball 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Business 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, Soccer 4. "I can resist everything except temptation." JOYCE BEVERLY O'BRIEN "O'Bie" Favorite Pastime: Doing Calculus homework Fondest Memory of FHS: Biology What I Would Change at FHS: The Music and Art facilities Activities: Chorus 4, The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Dramatics Club 4, French Club 2, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Maine Teachers Association Award 3, Math Team 2, 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation 4, NECO 4, New England Interscholastic Swimming Meet 4, Boys Track - Manager 3, 4, WLU Student Delegate 3. "She knows too much to argue or to iudge." PAMELA ANN PALAMOUNTAIN "Pam Favorite Pastime: Being with friends and enioying the ocean Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Senior year and my next door neighbor What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Come here sooner Transferred from: Oak Grove School, Waterville, Maine 4. Activities: Chorus 4, NECO 4, The Portfolio Staff 4. "For we that live to please must please to live." JONATHAN SCOTT PARKER "Snark" Ambition: To live easy, make money, and find someone who can put up with me Favorite Pastime: Skiing and soccer Pet Peeve: So-called friends who steal money from you in gym class Activities: The Crest Staff -- Business 3, 4, French Club 2, Golf Team 2, Kitchen Crew 2, Language Lab Assistant 2, Maine interscholastic Swimming Meet 2, 3, 4, NECO 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. X. Y 1 Q: SHARON MARIE PENNEY "Shar Favorite Expression: "Guess whatl" Fondest Memory of FHS: All my friends Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Miss Rogers Activities: Future Teachers of America 4, Office Secretary 3, Track 3. "One good turn deserves another." DREW LESLIE PEREZ "Drooper" Ambition: To extend myself into a ministerial career Fondest Memory of FHS: Mr. McCully's tenth grade math class A Word to Underclassmen: Cram as much as possible into the fleeting years. Attended: Portland Regional Vocational Technical Center 3, 4. "He who believes in nothing still needs a girl to believe in him." "How much more there is now to living . . . " , 32 U 5.2 PHILIP ALAN PETERSEN, JR. Ambition: To truck to Alaska with Hooper Favorite Pastime: Dodging bullets "I am what I am." WILLIAM BARTLETT PIERCE "Bill" Ambition: To find out what I can do best in life and work at my highest potential Favorite Pastime: Pulling horrors with Rouge and Bike Pet Peeve: The over-emphasis of English Activities: Baseball 2, 3, Basketball -Junior Varsity 2, 3. "Moving ahead so that life won't pass me by." MARTYN HERRICK RANDALL, JR. Ambition: To ski the Swiss Alps Favorite Pastime: Going to Sugarloaf A Word to Underclassmen: Catch ya later Activities: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Ski C "I share no man's opinions, I have my own." JOSEPH PETER REALI "Joe" Ambition: To go to college and make it Fondest Memory of FHS, Mr. Hill, and the Fort Kent girls going all out for the Fal- mouth boys ' Pet Peeve: Seeing lovers at recess Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball - Varsity 2, The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4, Leo Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 2, 3. "Life is very short, and very uncertain, let us spend it as well as we can." Secret Ambition: To open up a discount hubcap shop in New York "Me lub 2 Bum JOHN RALPH RICKER, JR. "Ralph" Favorite Expression: "I guess the ---- maybe!" Fondest Memory of FHS: The Tennis Courts, eh! Pet Peeve: People who think that they know me if Activities: Chorus 3, 4: Cross Country 2: Dramatics Club 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4: Maine lnterscholastic Track Meet 3: Paris Trip 3: Ski Club 2, 3: Track 3, 4. "Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fight for them." JEFF LINWOOD ROGERS "Rubber" Ambition: To be a doctor with tennis courts next to my office Favorite Expression: "UNREAL!" Pet Peeve: Greek and Latin Roots! Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 3: Chorus 3: Cross Country 2, 3, Captain 4: Dirigo Boys' State Delegate 3: French Club 2, 3, 4: High Average - Chemistry, Advanced Math 3: Maine lnterscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4: Math Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Honor Society Student Tutor 4: Ski Club 2, 3: Swimming 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, Captain 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4: Yachtsmen Band 2: Yale Book Award 3. ". . . whose little body lodged a mighty mind." ' NANCY BETH SEARLE "Whipper" Ambition: To get the most out of life l have wished for Fondest Memory of FHS: My classmates Secret Ambition: To live on the ocean front Activities: Chorus 4: The Crest Staff - Business 3, 4: Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4. "Can we ever have too much ofa good thing?" TERRANCE ALEXANDER SKILLIN "Sketch" Ambition: To make something out of my life Fondest Memory of FHS: Away basketball games while snowing A Word to Underclassmen: Friends are not too many, but too few Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Varsity 4: Candlelight Service Usher 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Track 3: Video-Tape Crew 3: Yachtsmen Band 3. ". . . in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace with your soul." 44 JUNE MARIE STARKEY "Mom" Ambition: To stop one heart from breaking Greatest Influence on My High School Career: My family, Miss Rogers, Miss Buck, Mrs. Mayo, and friends A Word to Underclassmen: Keep trying, you will make it! Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 3, 4, Future Teachers of America - President 4, Office Secretary 4, NECO 2, 3, 4, Guidance Office Secretary 4, Student Librarian 4, Cooperative Education Program 4. "There is no such word as fail." AMY JEAN TAPLIN Ambition: To be happily married Pet Peeve: Cliques, teachers who have favorites 7 What I Would Change at FHS: The system, rules, and some of the teachers Activities: Homeroom Representative 2, Language Lab Assistant 2, WLU Student Alternate 3. "In dreams and life there are no impossibilitiesf' CHARLIE OSMAR JOHN THIEME, JR. "Chuck" ax Favorite Expression: "There ain't no accountin' for some people." Secret Ambition: To do what's right What I Would Change at FHS: Everything Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, Chess Club 2, Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 2, French Club 2, Language Lab Assistant 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Maine Interscholastic Swimming Meet 3, 4, Math Team 4, The Portfolio Staff 4, Ski Club 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. "These are the good ol' days." DALE FRANK THURSTON "Rouge" Favorite Expression: "You don't know." Favorite Pastime: Pulling horrors with Bike and Sleepy Fondest Memory of FHS: First three days of '73 Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball - Junior Varsity 3, Varsity 4, Varsity Club DEBORAH LEE TROTT Favorite Expression: "All right!!!" Favorite Pastime: Counting the days till vacation What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Taken things a little less seriously and enjoyed it more Activities: Chess Club 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: The Crest Staff - Business 4, Editorial 3: Dramatics Club 4: Graduation Usher 3: Latin Club 4: Track 2. "Let's hang on to what we've got." PAMELA JEAN VILLACCI Ambition: To have a very successful future Fondest Memory of FHS: Home Ec. I Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Miss Fox "To be loved, be IovabIe." NANCY TOLFORD "Nan" Favorite Expression: "It's the pits." Greatest Influence on My High School Career: My friends A Word to Underclassmen: Believe in yourself, above all others. Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4: The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 4: Hameroom Representative 3, 4: Language Lab Assistant 2: The Portfolio Staff 4: Track 2: Varsity Club 3, 4. "A sure friend is a strong defense." "Debbie" DANA DREW TRUFANT Ambition: To travel Fondest Memory of FHS: Chorus What I Would Change at FHS: Lunches Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4. "Look upon the bright side." npcm.. 46 gi .XL SHEILA ANN WALSH Ambition: To lead a happy and creative life Fondest Memory of FHS: Quebec trip "72," Junior Boogie-fest Pet Peeve: People who spell my name wrong Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2, Cheerleading - Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, Chorus 2, Class Officer 3, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, National Honor Society Student Tutor 3, NECO 2, 3, New England Scholastic Press Conference 4, The Portfolio Staff 4, Varsity Club Show 2. "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven." DONALD JAMES WHEELER Favorite Expression: "Come on!!" Fondest Memory of FHS: The Music Department and my friends Pet Peeve: Salads and fries Activities: Candlelight Service Usher 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Yachts- A men Band 2, 3, 4. "Music is indivisible." PAULA SKYE WACHENDORF "Skye" Fondest Memory of FHS: The girls basketball team Pet Peeve: Snow A Word to Underclassmen: G-O-O-D Luck Activities: Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3. "Tomorrow is a new day." AMY HUTCHINS WEICKERT Ambition: To find the fountain of youth Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Senior English with Miss Buck A Word to Underclassmen: You're there, so make the best of it. Activities: Basketball - Manager 3, 4, Chorus 2, The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Field Hockey - Junior Varsity 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, Language Lab Assistant 2, Office Secretary 3. "Far from the maddening crowd." ..Don.. l R' ff Qs STEVEN CUTLER WHORF "Wang" Ambition: To live in the woods Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Rose Pet Peeve: Book reports Senior year: Independent Study in the Maine Woods. "What man knows is everywhere at war with what he wants." CYNTHIA ANNE WILLEY "Cindy" Fondest Memory of FHS: The music room and "CapaImouth." l Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Hoppe and Mr. Dow What I Would Change at FHS: The apathy in relation to the music department Activities: Cheerleading - Varsity 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Dra- 1 matics Club 4, French Club 2, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, NECO 3, Office Secretary 2, Track - Manager 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 4, Yachtsmen Band 3, 4, Scholastic Achievement Award 3, 4. . l "With a voice of singing, declare ye this . . . l PETER LEE WILLIAMS "Wills" l Ambition: To lieht Bomber's house on fire and then put it out Fondest Memory of FHS: 2:05 on Friday Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Me Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 3, 4, Editorial 2, N 3, 4, French Club 2, Golf Team 2, 3, Language Lab Assistant 2, Maine Interscholastic Swim- ming Meet 3, 4, New England Scholastic Press Conference 3, The Portfolio Staff 4, Swim- T ming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. I "I have found you an argument, I am not obliged to find you and understanding." DIANA LYNN WILSON Ambition: To paint like Renoir Favorite Expression: "lt's the weekend!' '.:' What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Made the top grade on one of Mr. Hoppe's Algebra tests! my Activities: Arts and Humanities Committee 2, Basketball - Junior Varsity 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Class Day Usher 2, The Crest Staff - Business 3, Circulation Manager 4, Editorial 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey - Varsity 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4, NECO 3, 4, Paris L Trip 3, Varsity Club 3, 4, Varsity Club Show 2, Yachtsmen Band 2, 3. "Hope and be happy that all's for the best." L s K 2 GRETA wiLsoN Ambition: To pass my R.N. boards and work with Geriatric Patients Fondest Memory of FHS: Spring Concert "73" Secret Ambition: To lock the girls' basement and let the smokers choke in their fumes Senior Year at Westbrook College, Portland, Maine Activities: Chorus 3 . "She appeared a true goddess in her walk." mf? li - .1 ' ' RAIMOND LESTER WINSLOW, JR. "Rai", Favorite Expression: "This is ridiculous." Greatest Influence on My High School Career: Mr. Hoppe What I Wish I Had Done at FHS: Anything Activities: High Average 2: Language Lab Assistant 2: Maine Teachers Association Award 2: Math Team 2, 3, 4: National Merit Letter of Commendation 4: NECO 2. "I am a rock: I am an island." PATRICIA ELLEN WOOD "Patty' Ambition: To have a class reunion when we are all 75 years old Fondest Memory of FHS: My I 8th birthday! Right, Mr. Hoppe? Pet Peeve: Being the only girl in the school to own a motorcycle Activities: The Crest Staff - Editorial 4: Chorus 2, 3: Gymnastics Show 2, 3, 4 NECO 4: Stage Band 2, 3, 4: Yachtsmen Band 2, 3, 4. "I shall be free." PAUL ALLAN WOOD "Pecka" Ambition: To enter into the fields of forestry or wardening Fondest Memory of FHS: Three years of swimming Pet Peeve: Writing the rules for senior study when you know Mr. Lathrop won't accept them until they are what he'd write Activities: Leo Club 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. "The years ahead glow and hum with promise." PAULETTE MARIE WOOD "Plet' Ambition: To be a veterinary assistant Favorite Pastime: Horseback riding Secret Ambition: To travel to Hawaii and ithe Bahamas Activities: Class Day Usher 2, The Crest Staff - Editorial 4, Graduation Usher 3, Soccer 3 Swimming 4. "Silence gives the proper grace to a woman." JOSEPH PATRICK YOUNGS, lll "Pesky" Favorite Pastime: Chess in Senior Study Fondest Memory of FHS: Mrs. Kupelian Pet Peeve: Book reports for Mr. Halpin Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball -- Junior Varsity 2, Varsity 3, 4, Candlelight Service Usher 3, The Crest Staff - Business 2, 4, Language Lab Assistant 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Leo Club 3, 4, NECO 3, 4, Rome Trip 3, Varsity Club 3, 4. "Give the best that you have to the highest you know." DAR Good Citizen 3 I BECKI HILFRANK Delegates ig LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Hayes, Stephen Boucher, Jeff Rogers. J ft. Diri 0 Boys' State 5 Beffg Crocker Homemaker Award SHARON BALZER Harvard and Yale Book A ward Wmners HARVARD BOOK AWARD: Stephen Boucher YALE BOO AWARD: Jeff Rogers Dirigo Girls' Sfafe Delegafes O RIGHT: Sharon Bclzer, Leslie Kni ran A h D'Amic 5 K X ,,,....5,?,.?g55?35ZWSf,m MZ ,292 Q M51 ,. , TH, ,f T. . , AF 957, Ty,L7IF2vfg,.5f M, . 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Whitaker, D. Tuttle, N. Taylor. SECOND ROW: J. Stroud, S. Sawyer, S. Shean, G. Villacci, M. Twombly, W. Weeks, D. Titcomb. THIRD ROW: C. Whitney, C. Searle, B. Snow, B. Wilson, J. White, B. Wiles, S. Viveiros. Homeroom No. 2 Class of 1975 Homeroom No. 4 FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Reiche, E. Rafter, D. Norton, Mr. Rose, K. O'Donnell, A. Morse, N. Rodway. SECOND ROW: S. Rogers, J. Morey, V. Reardon, E. Ruby, T. Oakes, L. Pawle, L. Rogers, J. Ross. THIRD ROW: D. Ross, R. Ordway, D. Robinson, D. Olen, E. Nelson, B. Pratt, K. Morton. FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Emerson, K. Davis, D. Feeney, M. Desmond, D. Dale, C. Doane, J. Deering. SECOND ROW: G. Champagne, J. Dwelley, C. Edwards, J. Cobb, J. Cooney, C. Chamberlain, D. Devine. THIRD ROW: J. Estes, W. French, D. Cole, J. Fiato, P. Chase, R. Cooney. Homeroom No. 6 Class of 1975 Homeroom No. 5 FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Brown, M. Beniamin, M. Beinema, Miss Buck, M. Breton, S. Bois, D. Burnette. SECOND ROW: M. Bruni, D. Foster, J. Carr, K. Bryant, R. Boynton, E. Bullock, M. Burns, M. Brown. THIRD ROW: K. Baker, P. Baker, L. Albee, J. Benoit, A. Casparius, W. Casparius. Junior Class Execufive T I Oommiffee SEATED, lefi fo right: 8. Holmes, P. Godsoe, S. Reiche, J. Deering. SECOND ROW: M. Burns, C. Doane, B. Snow, D. Oleni, J. Gregoire, S. Lucas. Maine Teachers Associafion . " . ' Awards , SEATED, left to righh E. Raffer, S. Bois, K. Bryant, T. Oakes, A. Hodgdon, L. Pawle. STANDIN Godsoe, J. Whitaker, A. Jones, J. Howe, J. Potion, J. Carr. Women 's Liferary Union Delegafes Kaihy Braynf. LEFT TO RIGHT: Laura Pawle, Suzehe Boi Th I O k .av my QM A:-Br FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Brown, A. Devine, H. Aaskov. Mrs. Bemiss, R. Clough, M. Cavallaro, M. Berry. SECOND ROW: J. Brown, A. Anderson, L. Di. Pietro, A. Cooper, C. Boyton, L. Currier, S. Bean. THIRD ROW: R. Davis, B. Allen, D. Ballard, L. Bryant, R. Bidwell, B. Crawford, P. Burns, J. Baker, R. Corey. Homeroom No. 9 Class of 1976 Homeroom No. I O FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Wescott, S. Wilson, D. Willey, Mr. Wolcott, M. Winslow, L. Wallace, R. Wood. SECOND ROW: C. Valley, J. Wells, S. Taplin, C. Wilson, M. Youngs, B. Ziegler, S. Taplin, E. Wilcox. THIRD ROW: M. Sparrow, J. Smith, C. Tanner, B. Snow, R. Wing, G. Vining. FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Searle, S. Ricker, S. Shepard, Mr. Thompson, R. Randall, L. Peterson, E. O'Brien. SECOND ROW: R. Ryan, K. Shean, K. Nelson, J. Perry, R. Pfeffer, A. Noyes, C. Penney, L. Quinn, G. Smith. THIRD ROW: D. Noyes, A. Noyes, W. Pullis, M. Polley, E. Rogers, B. Russell, T. Roberts, C. Rogers, J. Ryan. Homeroom No. I4 Class of 1976 Homeroom No. IQ FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Holland, M. Halpin. D. Horne, Mr. Davis, B. Hilfrank, L. lngrahom, S. French. SECOND ROW: C. Gagnon, T. Jannace, K. Horne, D. Hamlin, S. Hilton, E. Edwards, B. Goodnow. THIRD ROW: J. Jamison, L. Gagne, J. Hatcher, J. Dobson, K. Jackson, D. Gilbert. FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Martin, D. Judkins, J. Lawrence, Mr. Lawler, C. Lyford, K. March, C. McCann. SECOND ROW: C. Mason, T. LaValIee, T. Lewis, J. Mayhew, D. McLean, T. Macgowan, P. Libby, D. Judkins, D. Lockhari. THIRD ROW: T. Merrill, F. Jimino, L. Levesque, F. Maderia, C. Loveioy, K. Macgowan, J. Lambert. Homeroom No. I 6 Class of 1976 SEATED: C. Wilson, J. M. Smith, M. Berry, B. Hilfrank. STANDING: J. We ,,,-1 Ils, S. DiMaI'Ie Execufive Oommiffee o, J. Lowrencle, L. lngraham. w 7' . ,f fig SEATED, left to right: G. Dobson, D. Hutchins, J. Starkey, J. Jamison. STANDING: E. McBrady, J. McCorkIe, L. Gerow, G. Manehe. Senior Class Execufive Commil-fee 000P6l'2fiv9 EdU06fi0rr Qfudenfs SEATED, left to right: G. Berry, B. Hilfrcnk, P. Hayes, J. Milliken. STANDING: E. Harper, N. Tolford, J. Moody, S. Bclzer. v iff-'V gy 9 iiiiflwfix -, Vs Q if X f 5 3, 5 ,P 5 S, is E 8 if 5' 'if 7 3 f rf ,Ll:1,s':f ,fa ..Hfwf-i'-5252,-'5'74v,aE ffzlikiff f.5i5?siN-E-kiwi'V-i'?fbe5"'f5:'45Ei5? wfxf' 'gif' W-:5g"' if! 'fn ffff ffff 'iii H4 f,.,e5'..',1:sDL5lf i.'f?Eii.r Li,Eiff--'ffs?5aii,Liifffv"ff!??'fs-4' 45fi?3i?:' E55 55354: " '15T3'77x-kizh' 74: Editorial Staff - The Crest EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . . . ASSISTANT EDITOR ....... LAYOUT EDITOR ......... ASSISTANT LAYOUT EDITOR SENIOR SECTION EDITOR. . Deborah Botkin Linda Gagne FACULTY EDITOR ......... Deborah McLean Wendy Lunt SPORTS SECTION EDITOR . . Patrick Youngs Susan Kent ACTIVITIES SECTION EDITOR. . . . Elizabeth Harper Diana Horne ALUMNI SECTION EDITOR . Amy Weickert George Berry Jonathan Parker Marie Youngs Karen Noyes Patricia Evans Hillary Jones Ellen Honan Susan DiMatteo . . . .Gail Conboy . . .Suzette Bois . . . .Becki Hilfrank ...........JonCarr . ......... Sheila Walsh Cheryl Morris Thomas Estabrook .... . . . .Joyce O'Brien Janet Deering Dayle Devine . . . . . . . .Sharon Balzer Catherine Jones Karen Halligan . . . . . .Stephen Boucher Patricia Wood Laura Pawle . . ................. .,..... C urtis Ingraham Joyce Bassett Paulette Wood Pamela Palamountain Cynthia Willey David Hines CLASS SECTION EDITORS ....... ..... . .......... ..... . . Elizabeth Edwards Mary Beth Halpin Alix Lowry Cheryl Emerson CHIEF STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER ......... .......... ASSISTANT STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHERS ................ . . . . . .Peter Williams . ......... Jay Moody Jeff Rogers Scott Rogers TYPISTS . . . ..................... ......... J une Starkey Elizabeth Edwards Cynthia Wilson ADVISOR ............. . . .Miss Roberta F. Rogers ASSISTANT ADVISOR .... . . .Mr. Randolph E. Quint lwuil Business Staff - The Crest Business Manager .................................... Keith Nicely Assistant Business Manager . . . . . .Peter Godsoe Circulation Manager ....... . . . Diana Wilson Assistant Circulation Manager .................. . . . Scott Sawyer Michelle Abbott Charles Adams Sharon Balzer Joyce Bassett James Benoit Stephen Boucher Danielle Burnett Robert Cheney Beth D'Amico Janet Deering Catherine Doane Robert Doughty Carol Dunphe Thomas Estabrook Patricia Evans Peter Farnum Jon Fiato Elizabeth Harper Victoria Harris AD DAY" and Boosters Becki Hilfrank Michael Hill David Hines Bethany Holmes Ellen Honan Roy Hopkins Curtis lngraham Katherine Jensen Michael Jensen Lambertus Jongerdon John Jordan Richard Jordan Susan Kent Eric Knudsen Michael Lebel Olie Lindahl Stacie Lucas Andrea Mangino Joyce Milliken James Moody Cheryl Morris Dana Noyes Karen Noyes Keith Noyes Kathleen O'Donnell Jonathan Parker Herrick Randall Joseph Reali Stacey Reiche Nancy Searle Judy Stroud Charles Thieme Nancy Tolford Deborah Trott Steven Viveiros Sheila Walsh Amy Weickert Peter Williams Paul Hayes ' E, x im' , X7 ff'-' gf 4- gf .J , f , Af sl 7 ' li Crest Oandids Student get their first look at the 1973 edition of The Crest. Surprised, Mr. Hoppe gets the dedication of The 1973 Crest. New England Scholastic Press Associafion Conference Delegates Suzette Bois Assistant Editor Peter Godsoe Assistant Business Manager Q ,,l:. W 1 ' till' ...Z r K ix MN . - it 5 PL Q I xomcd SEATED, left to right: S. Bois, G. Conboy. STANDING: J. Carr, D. Wilson, Miss Rogers, S. Walsh, Mr. Quint, S. Sawyer, P. Godsoe. l g 5Hudbnf l CouncH l 3 F73 1 ,X XX X X o . " om ' if if --" tl Srreser ' I 'LKTEFSI SEATED, left to right: S. Boucher, L. Knight, T. Oakes. STANDING: J. Patton, L. Cohen, A. Noyes, B. Snow, S. Hilton, S. l 4 . Walker. .. l The Student Council worked on may plans in order to make life at FHS better for everyone. Proposals submitted by the Student Representatives included the proposal to re-institute an activity period and one to set up a Student Lounge. In addition, several X students took part in a student exchange held with Cape Elizabeth to gain new ideas. The Leo Club once again donated S75 worth of toys and gifts to the boys at the Boys' Training Center so that they could have a Merry Christmas. Other projects included the opening of the snack shack and the sale of popcorn at home basketball games. l FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Farnum, S. Boucher, Mr. Stadden, G. Berry, C. Ingraham. SECOND ROW: K. Nicely, P. Baker, D. Robinson, J. Milliken, A. Jones, C. Adams, P. Youngs, T. Estabrook, J. Gregoire, D. Jackson. THIRD ROW: R. Doughty, ' P. Godsoe, P. Wood, M. Hill, M. Keith, J. Jordan, D. Hines, R. Cheney, D. Thurston, S. Sawyer, M. Burns. Leo CHub FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Martin, J. Searle, M. Brown, M. Jensen, D. Wilson, Miss McCann, S. Boucher, Mrs Mathurin, E. Harper, S. French, C. McCann, G. Conboy. SECOND ROW: C. Martin, N. Taylor, M. Halpin, T. Janace, A. Hodgdon, L. Cohen, D. Harrell, K. Jensen, H. Jones, D. Devine, J. Wells, S. Bean, K. Halligan, M. Tay- lor. THIRD ROW: S. Bois, C. Willey, T. Oakes, S. Marr, T. Lewis, J. Rogers, J. Cooney, R. Cooney, M. Desmond, S Walker, E. Ruby, C. Greeley, S. Balzer. FOURTH ROW: L. Peterson, L. Ingraham, B. Hilfrank, C. Morris, N. Tolford C. Searles, J. White, B. Barker, S. Wilson, C. Jones, D. Hamlin, S. DiMatteo, K. Marsh. FIFTH ROW: E. O'Brien,J O'Brien, J. Lawrence, M. Breton, C. Hutcheon, B. Wilson, P. Aaskov, J. Ricker, K. Bryant, D. McLean, E. Honon, M Youngs, D. Horne. Lafin Club Under the leadership of Prae- fectas Janis Patton, this year's Latin Club went from such activi- ties as gravestone rubbing to "Wheels of Steel" sales. The sales were conducted in order to raise money for the annual Roman Banquet. This event has t always been enioyed by faculty and students alike. I French Club The French Club had an excellent year led by President Steve Boucher. Among the activities were the annual Christmas Tea, a discussion with M. Guichet, our visitor from France, and the Quebec Trip. Also, this year, as in previous years, the underclassmen put on a supper for the senior members of the club. FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Kent, Mrs. Hager. SECOND ROW: J. Patton, C. Greeley, S. Boucher, C. Hutcheon, C. Thieme, P. Youngs. THIRD ROW: G. Conboy, M. Berry, S. Bois, J. O'Brien, L. Wallace, J. Smith. 72 Dramatics Club FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Martin, T. Lewis, A. Devine, S. French, J. Searle, B. Snow. SECOND ROW: S. Boucher, Miss McCann, R. Paradis, J. O'Brien, K. Jensen, E. Harper, A. Hodgdon, C. Hutcheon. The Dramatics Club made it possible for the University of Maine Touring Theatre and Tony Montanaro to visit Falmouth this year. Their performances were enjoyed by the entire student body. ln addition, the members attended the dress rehearsals of numerous Portland Players Productions, while trying to arrange a workshop for the spring. ' , ll This year, the Math Team members worked hard toward their goal of a third straight small school championship, thereby ensuring that the large trophy will remain in Falmouth permanently. Math Team FlRST ROW, left to right: D. Foster, R. Cooney, J. Smith, J. Rogers, Mr. Hoppe, R. Winslow, P. Baker, S. Boucher, S. Rog- ers. SECOND ROW: J. Stroud, T. Oakes, M. Breton, K. Bryant, C. Hutcheon, J. O'Brien, R. Clough, J. Whitaker, B. Hil- frank. THIRD ROW: M. Taylor, A. Lowry, A. Noyes, A. Jones, M. Hill, R. Jongerdon, P. Farnum, J. Howes, D. Gilbert, L. 73 Cohen, S. Balzer. Members Elected A , in , I 973 X X , , , i . LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Cohen, J. Rogers, S. Balzer, B. Hilfrank, E. Harper, S. Boucher. National Honor Society The National Honor Society started the year with the sale of its own "super-big" candy bars. On March 8, it inducted several new members from the classes of '74 and '75. Together, with those members inducted in '73, National Honor Society has worked to bring the qualities of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service into all areas of Falmouth High School. SEATED, left to right: D. Burnette, N. Tolford, T. Oakes, C. Hutcheon, E. Honan, P. Evans, D. Wilson. STANDING: L. Pawle, S. Bois, P. Godsoe, R. Winslow, T. Skillin, A. Ccsparius, T. Estabrook, S. Walsh, J. O'Brien. MV? Members Elected in I 974 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY S af e .1 5 fe is v ll 4 5 L. 73. Office . A.,,..- sn ws- i 4 E ML . fi vm fee. W um FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Adler, J. Starkey, E. Edwards, T. Goodnow, V. Reardon, J. Mitchell, V. Harris, S. Walker, C. Emerson. SECOND ROW: D. McLean, A. Anderson, L. Hunter, C. DeBevoise, B. Gendrolis, C. Greeley, V. Judkins, R. Brill, M. Breton, G, Brown. The office secretaries are a very busy group. They are the run-arounds collecting slips and delivering messages. They provide a very helpful service to Mrs. Wood. 0 Secretaries LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Mayo, J. Starkey, R. Brill, E. Edwards, C. Emerson. Guidance The guidance office assistants have worked long and hard this year cat- aloging various guidance materials and helping Mrs. Mayo and Mr. Bryant wherever they are needed. 75 SEATED, left to right: J. Starkey, S. Penney, C. Greeley, Miss Rogers, Mrs. Macgowan. STANDING: V. Reardon, L. Rog- ers, A. Adler, S. Ricker, P. Libby, J. Mitchell, V. Judkins, C. Jones, D. Tuttle, D. Judkins, R. Pfeffer, R. Brill, M. Breton, C. DeBevoise. Audio- Visual Crew The members of the Audio-Visual Crew once again proved their value as their presence helped many a teacher and class. They were always there to show a film or video-tape an event whenever they were needed. 76 SAE FTA Club FTA was an extremely active club this year. They started out in the fall by visiting Baxter School for the Deaf, entertaining the residents of Franklin Tow- ers with carol singing at Christmas, and ending the year with ci baked bean supper and a tea for the teachers. FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Judkins, J. Winslow, R. Wood, N. Searle, P. Farnum, C. Thieme, L. Stoddard. SECOND ROW: Mr. Thompson, D. Hicks, D. Trufant, J. Gagne, J. Hansen, D. Dimick, D. Low, R. Ordwoy. 1 .Fif l 'D . ,, Language Lab Assistants J ' " , FRONT ROW, left to right: M. Desmond, S. Bean, E. Rafter. BACK ROW: J. Ricker, B. Wilson, J. Howe, Miss McCann, M. , vii- :' J l' .o X 7x :Ir U it ,I 'Q '-ll Breton, K. Jensen, S. Walker, C. Greeley. J uhm, HI' The language lab assistants are those helpful people who are always there when someone is needed to run the tape machine or record player. Their constant attention makes them indispensable to the users of the language lab. The Chess Team, a group of Junior and Senior High School students interested in playing chess, competed quite successfully against many area schools in their first active year. Thanks to the many returning underclassmen, the Chess Team looks to a most rewarding season next year, while offering a forum for intellectual activity and enioyment. SEATED, left to right: D. McLean, L. Levesque, Mr. Wright, J. Carr, L. Doughty. STANDING: M. Brown, J. Cobb, M. Polley, W. Hansen, D. Dimick, K. Macgowan. SQ' Chess Club if fm ,ST 1 1 C i N J N-Z l J . A-'lb' C J Q. f ' 66,42- 77 1 The Portfolio Staff The Portfolio, our new school paper, was started this year by a group of students. The group gained membership throughout the year and published several editions. Our advisor was Mr. Stampone. FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Kent, S. Walsh. SECOND ROW: N. Tolford, Mr. Stampone, P. Evans, THIRD ROW: L. Pawle, R. Winslow, P. Wood, L. Knight. FOURTH ROW: P. Williams. All State Chorus, Band and Urchesfra I s:e,, .W-,,,fn:f ex-FX 78 FIRST ROW: Mr. Dow. SECOND ROW, left to right: R. Clough, K. Nelson. THIRD ROW: E. Nelson, D. Cole, S, Boucher. Falmo ufh Singers Say it with FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Bean, K. Halligan, S. Boucher, T. Merrill. SECOND ROW: T. Estabrook, M. Beinema, A. Devine, T. Roberts, B. Wilson. THIRD ROW: E. Nelson, M. Taylor, M. Brown, D. Wheeler. FOURTH ROW: D. Cole, K. Nelson, M. Halpin, K. Baker. FIFTH ROW: D. Perry, T. Oakes, E. Hill. SIXTH ROW: K. Bryant, C. Hutcheon. SEVENTH ROW: R. Clough. STANDING: Mr. Dow. The Falmouth Singers, a group of 21 selected from the 130 member full chorus, performed at many functions, both in and out of school. The group had fun singing together while trying to bring some enioyment to its audiences from Saco to Camden. The Stage Band, otherwise known as the Falmouth Memorial Slime Band, delighted audiences at rallies, games, and concerts while proving that there's a little greaser in all of us. Highlighted by such greats as "Hound Dog," "Blue Suede Shoes," and "Apple Tree Blues," the '73-'74 Stage Band played its way into the hearts of the masses, with much of the credit going to Mr. Dow who gave many of his out-of-school hours to the Stage Band both in rehearsal time and time'spent arranging some of the tumes for the group. .,,, 1 f. ' 1 t t Y " V Mifti' 'fifiigvww ' 2 ,, 15, FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Wheeler, T. Merrill, C. Hutcheon, S. Rogers, J. Cooney, P. Baker, F. Hatcher, F. Madeira, D. Willey, C. lngraham. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dow, D. Perry, B. Snow, T. Hamilton, S. Boucher, S. Wilson, T. Estabrook, E. Nelson, R. Cooney, D. Botkin, D. Cole, J. White. 79 The band worked very hard this year while preparing for its various concerts. In addition to the annual Christmas and Spring concerts, the Band accompanied the Chorus, Stage Band, and Falmouth Singers to Camden-Rockport High School and Hampden Academy, where they appeared in a return engagement. The chorus swelled to over l3O members this year, with all classes well represented. These people showed that they could have fun while making beautiful music together, as shown by their many concerts. The year was highlighted by their success in Camden-Rock- port where they sang in order to drum up support among the students for the Windiammers' Program. Band FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Dow, C. Hallett, J. Ruby, P. Wood, D. Clark, M. Taylor, N. Taylor, S. Bean, D. Botkin. SECOND ROW: S. Moreau, H. Fogg, R. Davis, B. Knight, J. Russell, S. Turk, J. Anderson, D. Devine, C. Bartlett, M. Halpin, D. Lowry, L. Chandler. THIRD ROW: R. Cooney, N. Rodway, A. Morse, F. Hatcher, C. Willey, J. Coo- ney, K. Nelson, C. lngrahm, E. Harper, K. Boker, K. Redlitz, S. Rogers. FOURTH ROW: B. Good- now, R. Clough, S. Wilson, D. Willey, A. Cooper, K. Bryant, C. Hutcheon, S. Boucher, J. Whitaker, T. Estabrook, D. Wheeler, T. Oakes. FIFTH ROW: R. Bailey, G. Lalumiere, G. Lademan, D. Cole, J. White, F. Madeira, E. Nelson, J. Baker, P. Baker, T. Merrill, J. Little. Chorus FIRST ROW, left to right: M. DiMatteo, C. McCann, M. Taylor, E, Rutter, C. Martin, K. Halligon, S. Bean, M. Dow, N. Taylor, D. Bot- kin, N. Rowe, J. Patton, C. Hallett, M. Cohen, D. Martin. SECOND ROW: M. Brown, S. Taplin, J. Brown, D. Clark, K. O'Donnell, T. Jannace, K. Hutchins, D. Devine, L. Currier, J. Mitchell, M. Halpin, T. Cameron, S. Taplin, P. Wood, M. Berry. THIRD ROW: D. Har- rell, D. Horne, L. lngrnhom, D. Davis, P. Winchenbach, E. O'Brien, H. Hale, H. Fogg, B. Hilfronk, S. DiMatteo, L. Peterson, K. Marsh, K. Horne, S. Turk. FOURTH ROW: M. Beinema, J. Stroud, C. Greeley, C. Willey, K. Nelson, E. Hill, T, Oakes, E. Ruby, D. Ham- lin, J. Mayhew, A. Morse, E. Harper, V. Judkins, K. Redlitz. FIFTH ROW: D. Thurell, C. Boynton, M. Youngs, M. Breton, C. Hutcheon, K. Bryant, D. McLean, J. Lawrence, J. O'Brien, R. Clough. SIXTH ROW: R. Corey, J. Rogers, R. Cooney, M. Twombley, R. Davis, J. Cooney, D. Judkins, K. Baker, F. Hatcher, S. Rogers, T. Estabrook. SEVENTH ROW: D. Willey, T. Holland, S. Boucher, T. Merrill, C. lngraham, A. Noyes, P. Baker, T. Roberts, J. Little, S. Wilson, J. Gagne, D. Wheeler. EIGHTH ROW: J. Hatcher, B. Wilson, D. Perry, B. Snow, M. Abramson, E, Nelson, D. Cole, D. Trutant, J. Smith. 80 FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Berry, K. O'Donnell, S. Kent, V. Harris, K. Halligan, Mr. Stadden, D. Hines, A. Jones, J. Milliken, B. Holmes, S Walker, J. Wells, S. Walsh. SECOND ROW: K. Nicely, D. Foster, J. Rogers, D. Burnelte, L. Cohen, E. Edwards, L. Knight, A. Morse, J. Stroud, R Randall, C. Willey, E. Harper, S. Balzer, B. Hilfrank, B. D'Amico, M. Beniamin, R. Ryan, S. Sawyer, R. Cooney, P. Wood. THIRD ROW: G. Berry S. Boucher, D. Wilson, N. Tolford, P. Evans, C. Jones, D. Feeney, C. Hutcheon, E. Honan, C. Doane, J. Bassett, C. Morris, B. Hilfrank, K. Noyes, J Gregoire, C. Edwards. FOURTH ROW: R. Doughty, G. Villacci, C. Whitney, J. Parker, J. Howe, W. Pullis, E. Knudsen, C. Thieme, C. Adams, B Snow, L. Levesque, J. Reali, D. Jackson, P. Godsoe, S. Wilson, M. Burns. FIFTH ROW: J. White, P. Youngs, P. Farnum, W. Hansen, M. Hill, M Keith, J. Jordan, B. Snow, D. Thurston, R. Jongerdon, R. Cheney, P. Williams, J. Milliken, P. Loughin. Varsity Club The Varsity Club did a lot this year, even though they had a late start. Falmouth banners to help Yachtsmen show school spirit were sold at basketball games. X 4312 slut ITG l 1 fue- 1 ' I-ii!!! -gi , 7 ll mi-vii img' "' A S 1 8 26 SEPTEMBER School opens Junior Achievement Assembly 27 B.U. Conference Z,-1' , - Al . Tony Montonaro - Mime Assembly ' ' ,,,y,,, E Calendar of Events " W "'.s,g.., J , L- f .ll-5: , iff rv -- vi, bfi' X ' lg '----i 5 ' 'Emil D 28 Teachers' Convention OCTOBER 8 Columbus Day no school 17 '-'Godspell" 'I 7 UMO presents "Story Theatre" 31 Halloween NOVEMBER 9 Student Council Dance 23-24 Thanksgiving Recess C? ii . bg The Crest staff in Boston DECEMBER JANUARY 6 Miss McCann as "Lucy" I0 Seniors see "The Homecoming" I I Juniors take ASVAB'S 16 Christmas Concert 25 Christmas Day .' 1 - 2 . EU f ff" yy ,f ' ' - i . 4 ' K . E - . . Fixx? - sxkrriw. . . I . az n 7 School reopens l I Snow day -- NO SCHOOL! 21-23 Midyear Exams 24-25 Yearbook picture taking days 29 Greaser Day - Mr. Hill gets a taste of pie 4 I I it we Y? I I if S, ! x 7 Q4 w 7 'K 4 - , K7-lf" 55?'f:Ek'f"W z V , ,, H ,afgf 1, ,.1j5gifJk?EZ,4,Q?f2f a,5?'4b??,., ' ,f.,, VV ,,', ' a aaa f a FEBRUARY Picture Taking I4 VaIentine's Day 14 Chorus and Band go to Camden 'I 8-22 i w A x er-4:14 . Days Greaser Rally MARCH I 8 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 9 Senior Supper I6 Varsity Club Show J jpg? I . I n :rg APRIL I Fools' Day I 4th Quarter and Senioritis begin I4 Easter I5-I 9 26 Senior Play Graduation MAY 28 Memorial Day No school Vacation Q , ,xx "Thurber CarnivaI" K JUNE The 7974 Crest arrives! Q is I- IA' sr cl , Q I - J f 'I 4 I X Xi! ,.,,, I3 Class Day 1, A V 44 -K I4 Graduation 'I' AXX ,"I'H' , tiff I Il gix ,I 3 'JL I L, M, f- 84 Ii! Iliilikll I I W5 fx., I Qf 'I W' i ! QNX W1 f JIT P :iff Q ffl 1' I4 g ,X xxx, H X X i, ff q fr-If M Senior Supper The arrival of The 1974 Crest New Falmoufh 's Addifion ll E1 I 1 :-'Z' ,f5' ' K X -M -Q. Boys' Swimmin FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Mason, C. Edwards, J Anderson, D. Cushman, M. Searle, J. Rogers, R. Ryan, D. Lockhart, B. Burnefte, J. Hallett, E. Whi- taker, M. Brown. SECOND ROW: D. Milliken, K. Baker, S. Sawyer, D. Willey, P. Wood, T. Estabrook, J. Parker, P. Loughin, P. Baker, J. Ryan, J. Jamison, L. Stoddard. THIRD ROW: M. Abramson, P. Williams, R, Jongerdon, B. Snow, J. Milliken, D. Jackson, S. Everett, P. Farnum, C. Thieme, R. Bidwell, E. Knudsen S. Moreau, W. Pullis. The Boys' Swim Team of I973- 1974 remained unbeaten in Class B. They did an excellent iob of defend- ing the Class B Championship for the fourth consecutive year. Outstand- ing Senior members who contributed to the team this year include, Co- Captains Paul Wood and Peter Far- num, Jeff Rogers, Jon Parker, Char- lie Thieme, Steve Everett, and Tom Estabrook. The team placed fifth in a close State Championship meet and will be looking forward to a good season next year. 1 88 .... N' 1 iv Y. qs A , I iw Girls' Swimmin FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Rodway, F. Bramhall, M. DiMatteo, C. Hallett, J. Mangino, M. Beaudoin, T. Cameron, P. Palamountain, L. Pawle, L. lngraham, K. Marsh. SECOND ROW: D. Horne, H. Hale, N. Rowe, H. Fogg, S. Reiche, C. Doane, C. Wilson, B. Randall, S. Lucas, J. Orr, S. French, M. Halpin, H. Jones, C. McCann, M. Taylor, J. Perry. THIRD ROW: Coach Jones, K. Halligan, J. Milliken, M. Bailey, J. Stroud, E. Edwards, B. Hilfrank, S. DiMatteo, C. Boynton, L. Quinn, D. Hamlin, A. Morse, C. Hutcheon, A. Noyes. The Girls' Swim Team of 1973-74 had a terrific season. Many school records were broken. Outstanding Seniors who contributed to this year's team were Subby Harris, Karen Halligan, and Captain Joyce Milliken. The team will be looking forward to a great team next year with returning freshman record holders, Connie Hallett and Joanne Orr. ! 1 , 1 i , , lg! f Poomscorecs Ari . , ...mf ., ,W :wr , 5 ,, , ' . '5 f' t f 'f 1 , . .-.: . ,.,' ' . . . 3 J, W "" J L , u - W, LW L vc.. ff , , B Xii 8 . w i, lt' Q 4 '25 ,ve W. .3 - , f' . "" 2 1 6 N I KKK: M 3 V he i i A rrerr at 'fi' ' V fi- 'k 4 K" vm UT r . C' 'l" ifztx-kw.wi, . Wumw' -wrfwfw' - ' A ' " A, :I vb. I ,.., 1 V, -D -r M i tt' 2 an i fr f 'tigmkiun the . - -' , B r rrs "v' T. ' U "" ,J -.,.... M K, . I . f ,T f 1 R , ,... ,r K -ii-1.1. ',-- "'e" e"- K K" 5 2 ' - f ' ,, - ....,..,., . ff i 'Y SHALL ,fi ,aiu f.... M.- L 'TN X ,,,.,E, lsg S ise ssts .... l . Left to right: D. Foster, W. Casparius, R. Corey, G. Villacci, J. Wescott, A. Noyes, E. Rogers, M. Polley, F. Madeira, D. Olen, B. Snow, Coach Rose. KN Boys' eeee. , .. 0 V in it Junior Varsity Basketball HX ff The Junior Varsity basketball 1 team, guided by Coach Rose, , experienced an up and down season. The team, sparked by the new "twin towers,"'Don Olen and Bert Snow, and the hustling play of Gene Villacci, should have been big winners yet could never consistently maintain their attack and thus finished with a 9- 9 record. There were many good players on this team that should thrill Falmouth fans in the coming years. X' 2 Boys' Varsity Basketball LEFT TO RlGHT: Coach Higgins, W. Cosparius, P. Youngs, O. Lindahl, D. Hines, J. Jordan M Keith A Jones L Levesque D Foster ig :,, . ,,.. What can one say about the Varsity basketball team? lt was a team that never came close to fulfilling its expectations yet strangely finished the season with a sense of fulfillment. The team started with a nucleus of seniors, Bob Doughty, John Jordan, Dave Hines, Pat Youngs, and Mark Keith, that many considered one of the best in the area. Then the down- fall started, iniuries to Keith and Doughty, a shocking loss to Sacoppee Valley, the eventual loss of sparkplug Doughty and key reserves Dave Robinson, Mike Hill, and Dave Thurston all led to a disappointing 7-ll record, including five losses by a total of six points. There were bright sides to the season, John Jordan is leading the Triple C in scoring, the steady rebounding and scoring of "Boo" Hines, the persistence of "Pesky" Youngs, and the emergence of sophomore whiz Larry Levesque, all of which helped to salvage the season. All in all, it was a strange year for basketball in Falmouth - one sure not to be forgotten. Girls'Junior Varsity Basketball The Junior Varsity, with a good record of 8-3, had a constructive year. With eleven Sophomores and one Junior, the girls as indi- viduals and as a team showed great improve- ment with each game. The success of their season is not only evident in the win-loss col- umn but also with the girls themselves. The girls learned the feeling of teamwork, team- effort, team-spirit, all ot which will be extremely beneficial next year when the girls change to the boys' rules and have a State Championship. l LEFT TO RIGHT: E. O'Brien, L. Peterson, D. Horne, L. Quinn, J. Lawrence, R. Pfeffer, Coach McCully, M. Youngs, C. Penney, L. lngraham, G. Mayberry, K. Marsh, M. Berry. ' ' ...,. 1 V swf' of .J .273 gg f A .f if Wy! l Q , rr-" l FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Kent, A. Morse, E. Honan, ris. SECOND ROW: K. Halligan, E. Harper, N. Tolford, dorf. i l i l Girls' Varsity Basketball P. Evans, D. Feeney, B. Hilfrank, S. Balzer, C. Mor- Coach McCully, K. Noyes, J. Milliken, S. Wachen- This year's Varsity, having a positive altitude and many improved players, scrambled around for a 5-6 record. The team - composed of ten Seniors and two Juniors - and Coach McCully -- showed that working together meant accepting the wins, the losses, and the gusto of involvement, in school as well as on the court. No matter who wore the red pinnies during practice, the girls were out to prove that they were the best, to strive for perfec- tion as individuals and as a team. The best they were in many ways. The good humor and determination of friends as well as teammates played an important role in team spirit, which was evident in every game, in every practice, in every girl. Stacie Lucas headed a very vivacious Junior Varsity cheering squad this year. All the girls cheered enthusias- tically for the team throughout the season and successfully worked hard at keeping spirits high. This year's J. V. girls were cer- tainly a credit to sportsmanship and to the school. FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Edwards, V. Reardon. SECOND ROW: B. Hilfronk, J. Deering. THIRD ROW: S. DiMatteo, M. Breton, P. Trufant, T. Holland. FOURTH ROW: S. Lucas. Mi' iv' we FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Randall, V. Harris, L. Cohen. SECOND ROW: C. Wllley, S. Walker. THIRD ROW: M. Beniamin, T. Jannace. FOURTH ROW: B. Holmes, J. Bassett, C. Jones, A. Noyes. FIFTH ROW: J. Wells. This year's Varsity squad excelled in spirit led by Vicki "Subby" Harris. This past summer, six of the girls attended cheer- leading camp and brought back many new ideas for cheers and rallies which they put to good use. The twelve girls on the squad worked hard on posters and rallies as well as new cheers. All of which proved to be popular as spirit raisers with the crowd. A A , M A' TA? .- A. ,. .A KNEELING, left to right: C. Mason, B. Burnette, S. Wood, J. Russell, R. Corey, K. Nicely, R. Doughty, C. Adams, R. Haley, P. Lindahl, P. Rodway, S. Russell, W. Casparius. STANDING: D. Jackson, A. Noyes, J. Gregoire, A. Vorlicek, R. Jongerdon, P. Baker, D. Noyes, R. Cheney, J. Parker, J. Reali, K. Noyes,'G. Villacci, C. Whitney, O. Lindahl, J. Moody, J. Howe, A. Jones, L. Jongerdon, Coach Hill. The 1973 soccer team, under the direction of Coach Hill, had a good year, finishing in a tie for second place in the C division of Triple C competition. The highlight of the year was a 2-l overtime win in the second game with Greely to give Falmouth the tie for second place. Captains Bob Doughty, Charlie Adams, and Keith Nicely led the team to an over-all record of 8-7 with high scorer for the season, Bob Doughty. Special awards went to Charlie Adams - M.V.P, Al Noyes - best attitude, and up-and-coming Freshman - Jeff Russell. Falmouth's annual meeting with Fort Kent, at Fort Kent, ended in a 2-l victory for Falmouth. The team looks to be in good shape for next year with six returning lettermen. L Q , i f i .S ui! ' 5? fi , I.: .E W KNEELING, left to right: K. Macgowan, K. Noyes, J. Reali, D. Hilton, T. White, J. Mayo, W. Ziegler, P. Richards, P. Halligan, R. Corey. STAND- ING: Coach Higgins, W. Casparius, S. Sawyer, D. Ross, B. Wiles, P. Youngs, R. Wing, D. Thurston, J. Jordan, M. Polley, L. Bryant, L. Levesque, D. Horne, Manager - S. Hilton. Q ' . Iwi, MM ,Jr ' LQ, N f' H ' ,W .51 -i f ,QA f J' ' .E 5. is . it i. 'Q A 7'f , 1, V, 3.34, .f.t. Vi'i'L.-s - Q, -,ff ,, ,-f,,.w H::"'w "5 I. . gf. ffm, WY 6 -5 get-ity.: A -Z-I' . K A -av' W A Xx .,., it it ' 4N...ji W . Q ' "' Nr Wm X, .- , K 1 '- Mis. Varsify Baseball The 1973 Baseball season was another of Falmouth's "rebuilding" years. Yet under the guidance of Coach Higgins, the squad did gain a measure of respectability by dou- bling the previous year's win total. Virtually unhurt by graduation and with all-around ace Bob Doughty returning, 1974 could be the year baseball in Falmouth finally gets back on a winning track. E... , 5, , . ., ..,. s H., . iN J' 99 Boys' Tennis The l973 tennis season, under the direction of Coach Hoppe, saw a pretty good year. The team took second place in triple C tournament play. The league's player was Scott Rogers, a sophomore. They had only two losses. KNEELING, left to right: A. Berry, J. Mason, J. Rogers, S. R Coach Hoppe, P. Godsoe, P. Vorlicek, M. Madeira. ogers. STANDING or 3 1 ,Ill also - We rw- 1 Y l :IS-P!!! UN' l l ::lll'MTv5dsg::::: ::::.u:Jmz::": ..':: ll-YIEIIIIIU ll I l I -imllllmll i :iii n .ul . -2--ga: safer! : ia:- ll! I l i-I-I-ll - E - W ,..r 1,. , i R -4 , -6 . 551.533 I: I l Il- -Ihemlnrill I 5 "c, ' If if- ill .Ill .' lr l 'li' I - I SW' l .- I , - s I 100 Junior Varsity Field Hockey FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Cavallaro, M. Beaudoio, C. Hallett, J. Mcngino, J. Deering. SECOND ROW: S. DiMatteo, B. Hilfrank, S. Reiche, B. Holmes, D. Horne, L. Ingraham, L. Doughty, H. Fogg. THIRD ROW: T. Oakes, A. Noyes, D. Devine, E. Olen, R. Clough, H. Steele, R. Randall, S. Hilton, C. Wilson, C. Hutcheon, K. Bryant, Coach Jones. The Junior Varsity Field Hockey team demonstrated outstanding spirit and skill for another good season. Many of these players will move up to the varsity squad to try for another Tri-C trophy. f x vu ff R l FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Steele, R. Randall, L. Ingraham, J. Wells, M. Halpin. SECOND ROW: K. Noyes, B. Hilfrank, J. Mayhew, S. DiMat1eo, D. Hamlin. This year was the beginning of what is hoped to be a good Tennis Team. The girls were playing such teams as South Portland and Brunswick which are the number one and number two teams in the state. The schedule was a tough one for beginners. Most of the players improved during the season. lOl 5 Varsity Field Hockey The Varsity Field Hockey teom Wont their second straight Triple-C Championshiofwith o 9-I-I record. The girls tied Cope Elizabeth, and lost, .unexpect- edly, to Bonny- Eagle. They were captoined by Becki Hilfrank and Karen Hclligon. The team isllosihg ten seniors, all of whom exhibited excellence on and off ihefield. T . T e r is ...- - -..-1 1 f f KNEELING: K. Halligcn, L. Cohen, B. D'Amico, J. Milliken, D. Burnett, M. Berry, L. Knight. STANDING: S. Bnlzer, K. Noyes, H. Jones, B. Hilfrunk, C. Doane, E. Harper, C. Jones, E. Hanan, Coach Jones. I Il We . H -1, lg .. ai K 1 N gf .f I , I f . A fi K f A x W W Q J , M E I , V . , -a, L 5 v. ,fi'. 'I bag J 'iiw NRS f -nw BNIWS 'EFMH -V arm 4 . if., qw ww K , Ki, .iwgwx ' - 11.1, , K - ' P - T 5 " 'ff 'fi KK K 'K ' - - ' ' - A HE UEYVVII A M , 5521 2-fillffz 922: if, 12922411 'ff T YA .1,,gf: ziwffg K K K K I - K , K , , K , EELK:',i",,Kg3jfgEE2::Zvi-.E5, .,j j - . , 'K .K K. Q- H -fK..g,Kf, E, 4 ' f :. I ' ' L 1' - ' ,K12,Kf55!Zf::scxxaigggjif-?Ef.:. JLG" -- f ' ' ' if' ' ' ' ' ' X S mf Msg, S , K, i7?15Eg55w an K .1 S -:im eszzyiiws ,Mm-KW W f ,, W f ,. A, 5 - M was gsfzz5eaif:ffwu:5 Qf:.1w:vff,. k imfizf- 2 ., . 3 ff5'll'x'5 , f , , ..,,. r A . M5 ff , 2 m'5w 'ff H1452:iEiIwzzs:z1sssv.2:2i5f Golf Team KNEELING: A. Noyes, D. Foster, P. Chase, E. Nelson STANDING: P. Baker, P. Williams, P. Farnum, Coach Far- ris, D. Robinson, K. Nicely, J. Smith. The 1973 Golf Team enjoyed another season on the green. Coached by a iun- ior high school teacher, Mr. Farris, the team looks for a better year since they are not . 1 , in ,. I X ,- x 1, r . . ' J, .1 v , , ' 4 Y. , losing any seniqrs. All pf. , 5- fa 5 f ,W 1 Q x 1 O Girls' Track The I973 Girls' Track Team had another winning season. They placed second in the state in their class. Andrea Morse took over the state record of the high iump at 5' Z". Other outstanding performers were Karen Halligan, Diane Daley, Sharon Balzer, Diane Norton, and Hillary Jones. 105 FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Lowe, M. Abramson, T. Moore, L. Jongerdon, J. Ricker, R. Burke, C. Harris, B. Abramson M Winslow R Jongerdon, T. Roberts, D. Hines, C. Adams, W. Lancaster. SECOND ROW: P. Burns, J. Jamison, B. Snow, C. Whitney M Hill P Loughln S. Wilson, W. Hansen, G. Manette, E. Rogers, M. Keith, L. Knight, E. Edwards, Coach Wheeler. THIRD ROW: J. Ryan J Dobson B P. Hayes, O. Lindahl, R. Cooney, T. Merrill, C. Jones, J. O'Brien. FOURTH ROW: Coach McCully, H Stilphen R Davis A. Jones, M. Burn , J. Gregoire, P. Shean, B. Snow, M. Sparrow, C. Edwards, S. Boucher, W. Lunt. Mayhew, T. Skillin, s me 05's as 4 5 . r',,.. . Qi T 'Nil' 54? ' f , N L R . A is Boys' Track The I973 track team, coached by the mustached duo of Wheeler and McCully, had a fine season, sporting a 4-l -l Triple-C record. They placed third in the Triple-C and participated in the State Meet at Bowdoin. Losing only four Seniors, the '74 season looks like a championship one, with most of the strength returning in the classes of '74 and '75. ,Jane KNEELING: D. Milliken, R. Remington, J. Rogers, T. Roberts. STANDING: Coach Lawler, P. Loughin, E. Knudsen, M. Abramson, M. Burns, S. Wilson. Jai... Y 4 L X 34 it t 1 , 315 -. Z st S 1 H fi ,Q 1 . E-ji: 25:53 ,155-, aww ,,. x t if 2 , ' F Cross Country The Cross Country team of 1973-1974 had a successful season. Captained by an out- standing runner, Jeff Rogers, the team had a record of 6 wins and 4 losses, placed fifth in the Tri-C Championship, and placed sixth in the Southwestern Maine Regional Cross Country Meet. The team will be looking for- ward to a strong team next with returning let- termen Steve Wilson and Paul Loughin. Friendship can smooth the front of rude despair. - Cambridge Friendship is calm in the midst of madness. Cambridge Friendship 1 1 ir 75 Lx fi 22 5 ff 1 EEE ii 5? Ei if 3 E5 .1 f if X? 3 Q 55 2: s Q Q ex ? is' A 51 A ii 'ix 4 fi: 0 2, ? 5 3 E La 3 ,5 1 5 5 The ideal friend would be like l l d loving family pet l wllo does notpossess 4 - the knoliflddge to hurl his master K ,K K ' , A 4s fu. W. ll , if , 4' . 2 5 5 2 Q Q 1 QL Q E H 5 sf 5 S E 5 2? 1 2 E 5 5 3 i sa 5 Z 5 in 4 3 s 2 ? 2. E fa E 'E 2 3 S 5 3 W Q si 2 2 hi X SQ f 2 5: L E Q, 5 SY s 5 3 5 5 3 R, S Q! 2 Zi H 21 2 . . A.,: md - costs .ig 5 'H Q 151 53 3 .ff gi 221 Q52 1 .14 iii si E ki iii ,Q sg 5 Q if I 5 1 I il 1 Q .gf 2 Q Ambramson, Bruce Anderson, Philip . . Arlander, Sarah. . Baker, Barbara . . Becker, Kimberly . . Benoit, Judith .... Berry, Ambrose . . Blake, Sandra .... Blaszczyk, Michael Bois, Jo-Ellen .... Bonsey, Lorna . . . Bradford, Joshua . Brown, Brenda . . . Brown, Jay ..... Bullock, Bryant . . . Burke, Kathryn . . . Burke, Robert .... Buzzell, Ronald . . . Caiazzo, Vito . . . Carr, Wendolyn . . Cibelli, Edith .... Connolly, Robert . Cooper, Cathie. . . Crawford, Terry . . Drown, Walter . . . Dwelley, Mark .... Goodnow, Donna . . . Grant, Janis ..... Halligan, Peter. . . Hammond, George Harris, Deborah . . Harris, Cole ..... Henderson, Trudy . Hilfrank, Brenda . . Hilton, David .... Hyman, Cheryl-Ann Lancaster, Walter . Lane, Robert ..... Lauritsen, Steven . . Libby, Donna .... Lockhart, John. . . Loveioy, Vicki .... Madeira, Matthew Mason, Jeffrey . . . Mayhew, Michael . Mayo, John ..... McCubrey, James . McDevitt, Rick . . . Merriman, Daniel . . . . Merritt, Jennifer . . Mills, Linda .... Moore, Cynthia . . . Noyes, Kathleen . . Alumni - Class of 1973 . . . .University of Bridgeport . . . . . .Baston's Garage . . . .Boston College . . . . . . .Disney World . . . ............ At Home . . . . . . . . . .University of Hartford . . . . . . . . .University of Maine-Orono . . . . . . . . . . . . .Working in Bangor, Maine . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham .....................ColbyCollege . . . . . . . . .University of Maine-Orono ....................NassonCollege . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ........... . . . .UnitedStatesAirForce . . . . .University of Connecticut . . . . . .. . . .EisenhowerCollege . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .UniversityofMaine-Orono . . . . .Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute . . . .Post-Graduate Course - Falmouth High School ..........................Mrs.JayLeroux . . . . . .Pharmaceutical work in Springvale, Maine . . . .University of Maine - Portland-Gorham .... . . . . . .EarleW.NoyesandSons . . . .Desmond and Payne, Inc. .........BathlronWorks . . . . . . . . . .Mechanics School . . . . .Welby's Super Drug Store . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . . . .University of Maine-Orono ..............................Traveling . . .Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute ......................HebronAcademy . . . .Department Manager at K-Mart, Falmouth .......................lthacaCollege . . . .Sylvania Electrical School . . . . . . . . . .Brandeis University . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Maine-Orono . . .Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Crosby Laughlin Company . . . . . . .Mrs. Stephen Terrell . . . . . . . . .United States Army .......... .Casco BayCollege . . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . .HussonCollege . . . . . . . . . . . . .WidenerCollege . . . . University of Maine - Orono .... . . . . . . . .Purdue University ... . . . . . . . . . . .UnitedStatesAirForce . . . .Working in Springfield, Massachusetts . . . . . . . .Perkins Institute for the Blind . . . . . . . . . .Mrs. Stephen Walsh . . . .Eastern Maine Medical School . . . . . . . . . .Pineland Restaurant Alumni - Class of 1973 Pawle, Emily . . . Payson, Lila . . . Perry, Glenn . . . Petersen, Mark . . . Pfeffer, Terri . . . Porter, Timothy . . . Pullis, Joanne .... Randall, Stephen . . . Richards, Paul . . . Rodway, Charles . . . Rogers, Stephen .... Ruby, Catherine . . . Russell, Benjamin . . Sawyer, John .... Shean, Leonard .... Smith, Deborah .... Smith, Sally ..... Taplin, Rebecca .... Taylor, William. . . Trufant, Erlene .... Twombly, Dale . . . Walsh, Michael . . Weickert, Lisa ....... Wescott, Deborah . . . White, Thomas . . . Whitney, Mark . . . Wing, Bonnie .... Winslow, Diane .... Wright, Scott .... York, Lois ...... Ziegler, William ................................. . . . .Phillipines on Exchange Program ..............HussonCollege ..... . . . . . . . .BowdoinCoIlege . . . . . . . . .University of Maine-Machias . . . . University of Maine -- Portland-Gorham ..................RepmanCompany . . .University of Maine - Orono . . . . . . . . . . . .Florida Institute of Technology .. . . . . . . . . . . . .UniversityofMaine-Orono Northern Maine Vocational Technical Institute ...................UnitedStatesAirForce ....................EisenhowerColIege ....................BowdoinCollege . . . . University of Maine - Portland-Gorham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BurgerKingRestaurant . . . . ..... Westbrook College . . . . . . . . .Husson College . . , . . . .Martin's Food Stores . . . .Exchange Student to Brazil . . . ........... Westbrook College . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of New Hampshire . . . . University of Maine - Portland-Gorham ......................BradfordCollege . . . . 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C. Nichols John L. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nickerson Mr. WaI+ Niles Mr. and Mrs. Kenne+h Nisbe+ Mr. and Mrs. Nissen Dr. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Dwigh+ Nor+on Dana Noyes Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Les+er W. Noyes Reginald K. Nye Roberf Oakes Norman O'Brien Arfhur S. O'Brien Mrs. Alberl' L. Oddy Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Donald Olen Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson Mr. and Mrs. Mil+on Ormerod OH'umway Farm Kennels Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Merrill Ga rd ner Merrill Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Merri++, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michaud Mr. and Mrs. Kenne+h Mille'H and Family Mr. and Mrs. Carfer Milliken Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills, Jr. A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Paine Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald PalloHa Pape William A. Parker Alfred Pa'Hon Payeur Derek Payson 126 W .SR . . F' 'li .l Ii V F : Z T TTT-1 ix? Qi, Fla X51-h -A , - " ' .. . " , inn s 45 'sn l ' .1 ' ' wifi' , '.1 if T, 'g-:Q Mr. and Mrs. Pennell Mrs. Roberl' Penney Mr. Wal'I'er Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perry Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Perry Complimen+s of a Friend Alma and Howard Pe+erson Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Peferson Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' C. Pfeffer Mr. and Mrs. John W. Philbrick Mr. and Mrs. Francis PickeH Felix and Helyn Pinkos Thomas and Ru+h Plais+ed Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Polley Mr. and Mrs. Henry Po+vin Tom Powers Mr. and Mrs. Bu+ler Pra'H', Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Prosser Richard Puiia Mrs. William Pullis Harold E. Pulsifer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Quinnam Complimen+s of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Raf+er John Rand's Egg Service Mr. and Mrs. M. Herrick Randall A Friend Herrick Randall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Randall Mr. and Mrs. Burchard Ranger Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ranger Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Raplee Dr. and Mrs. Ferris Ray Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Amedo Reali Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reed Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reed Complimen+s of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Reiche Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards Mr. and Mrs. John Ricker Mr. and Mrs. Rimkunas Rilzel, Smell and Tillie Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Robinson Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson Marcia and Cindy Rogers A E-we Miss Rogers Mrs. Madalin Ross Edna and June Roullard Skip and Eric Rubery Mr. and Mrs. Ernesl' Ruby, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Ryan Sam and Henry Mrs. Waller Sanborn Mrs. Thomas Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanford Tina Sangillo Phillips Sargenl' Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Herberf Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer Mrs. Olin Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Scheuchzer ScoH and Mark Mr. and Mrs. Frank ScoH L. Severance Mr. and Mrs. Charles Severn Donald Sharland John Shelley Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shiers Miss Zi'I'a Shor+ill Mr. and Mrs. Clinlon E. Sidelinger A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Al Siegers Mr. and Mrs. James Simmons Complimenfs of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Don Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Bud Singer Mr. and Mrs. A. EllioH Small Mr. and Mrs. Waller Small Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smifh Mr. and Mrs. David A. Smi+h Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smi'l'h and Family Warren P. Smi+h and Sons Mrs. Frank A. Snell Mr. and Mrs. Roger V. Snow and Family Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Spaulding, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sfadden Roberl Sfaples Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sierling Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. S+imson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Sfowell ' l I- 1- 'I I 8 . , J yay, , .5 J fg rf. . fig .-.... ' . .. .iff -' an llil.i! .?.W 'LI !EL.:f'3 In '- .fsf-1-aw I., n il' ...f f :ii Mr. and Mrs. John Slroud Mr. and Mrs. W. D. S+roud Mr. and Mrs. Sudds Sue and Billy and Kelly Mrs. Es+elle P. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Swilzer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sylves'rer Complimenfs of a Friend Mrs. Fred C. Talbol' Mr. and Mrs. A. Tancredi Mrs. William A. Taylor Mrs. William F. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Fred Terison Miss Sarah W. Terison Thiembo Mr. and Mrs. William Thurslon Dr. R. P. Timo'I'hy Mr. and Mrs. Rober+ Tirrell Mr. and Mrs. Gerrish Tro++ Mr. and Mrs. George C. Twombly A Friend Mr. and Mrs. A. T. U++ers+rom, Jr. Complimenfs of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vail Joe Villacci Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Vining Ernesf Viveiros Vorlicek Irene Walker The Walkers Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Wallace Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wen+wor+h Mr. and Mrs. Ar+hur Wesco++ Mr. and Mrs. William Wheeler Larson P. Whipsnade Mrs. Richard Whi+aker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whilcomb Mr. and Mrs. Andre While Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whilney Business? H"s qui+e simple. l+'s olher people's money Alexandre Dumas Mr. and Mrs. David Whorf Mr. and Mrs. William Wilcox Brian Wiles Complimen+s of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Williams Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willerson Mr. and Mrs. A. Holman Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Carroll M. Wilson, Sr. Frank Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Willard R. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wing Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winslow Mr. and Mrs. Win+her Mr. and Mrs. William Wood Mr. and Mrs. Roger Woodman Mr. and Mrs. William Yales Mrs. Phillip Yerxa Mr. and Mrs. Richard York Mr. and Mrs. T. E. York T. H. Young Mr. and Mrs. Zamudio .l.7'.l.6!.7'.A'f'.A'l'J.7'.I7'.l.7'.A'!'.A'fl' .A'fA'lJ.7'..A'fl.7J' .1'l'.A'ff.7'J.?'..A'l'.A'f.A'fJ.7'.l' .A'l'.A'l' .f J.YA'I' .l.7Al'.l.7'.l.7'.A'lJ.7' .1719 NORTH . . .SOUTH ... EI-lST...WEST... MOVING WITH CARE... EVERYWHEREP SINCE 1923 IQQQQQEQQ EL WWI STORAGE' FIREPROOF - DUSTPROOF TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED STORAGE LOCAL v LONG - DISTANCE WORLD WIDE SHIPPING FREE ESTIMATES Earle W. Noyes 8g Sons 127 Oxford Sfreef, Porflcmd, Maine 04111 5. Aff ' f 1 M, y 1535 'J IEE! ff? f Q, XA' M9 fo, f 4, ,fx X xgffgfp X 'gf ,c,.,.,cj:6gcfA, ,9.-'-'lvf' f ff f of f ,ff M fag fig, ,,jQ:,,m 5, f vw ,JV-f" Wir Pier 4, gf x fy sm af fd ,fg'5'JrJ'f4f +2 ,of M fy ,Z !ff9,"4'3 9" f 432 Z 59 Y ,if 'KEKS f'PfQ62"g J 53,9 2 X v, ', f Yipgmggaf Q14 V91 0 f fa NW 9 ,f f' f .... ,,, V, 'VFW ..,,,, ...,.,.. f...-.-.,.-.fy,,.4-A. . ..-.1-Q4---' -' " ' : :ff22f.i2Q:s2zis2sfs2a22sff2 W 1 wmm"If1z 1 1 'E:5:5:3:E115:11:11zsrfifriiirkiririzjr' , 5 M Lv 7 1 .J 'l N ' MW , I Q -155212 WW .W Q Q " 1' L. 'S f c Lf H129 5 ff 5 ll O we accept calls '24 hours a day call collect Q207j 775-5376 AGENT FOR UNITED VAN LINES .AKAI J.Z".f.V'.A'f! .A'l'.A'f.l.7J.7'.l.7'..dfJ.7' Aff .Rf .l.7'.l' .AV'.l7'.I' .!.Y.A'fJ7'.!7'J7'.A'f.A'f.A'f.f.T.!.7.A'l'.6l'.A'l'J.7l?'.A'ff ffl' 1 , 'S-. -.X 130' b' ,ffdhzi ,. A Af - 1 .lv , -,.,. h r 4 av ' as nf, Y +A Lay , "" 714. 6:1 ,qi ., 1 .3 THE VILLAGE CAFE Would like 'ro congra'rula+e h CI f CONGRATULATIONS +o 'rhe CLASS OF '74 I ,4f.,w . .,A, 1 k. rg, 6, Y O , , AM"'M"!g2g""'w -A 'Yh-4A.4'f.iS -Q. I l I 5 ' I FALMCMT FIRE DEPT Compliments of the FALMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT ,il-----w ?AI.HGuTr4 FIRE DEPT. Mark Goodnow Mas+er License No. 699 S'rurdy Hea'ring Co. Sfeam - Hoi' Wa+er - Warm Air Oil Burners 360 Falmou+l'1 Road Falmou+h, Maine 04IO5 Telephone 797-4I65 CompIimen+s of DAIRY QU EEN BRAZIER . . . Expanded Menu AW-Cgnfimoned Clams B-B-Q IBee'F, Porki Inside Sea+ing mmg Fried Chicken ' HG Rou+e I For Quick Pickup FaImou+h Phone Ahead 78 I -3660 Say I+ Wi+h Fresh Flowers From SKILLIN'S GREENHOUSES Ge rden Cen+er Evergreens - Trees - Shrubs Gifl' Shop Qualify in All Cut Flowers, Corsages, Poffed Plonfs Wedding ond Funeral Work Folmoufh Foreside Phone 781-3860 Brunswick Phone 442-81 I I JOHN A. SKILLIN, Closs of 1948 DAVE SKILLIN, Closs of 1955 Complimenfs of A SAILING FRIEND 9 v ! Hsu Housi 225171111-sQ'91:ea.L FISH fgfe,.Qa6AffNf- M cl h hS d 90OAM 60OPM Complimen+s of A FRIEND Complimen+s COLE FARMS mm KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLES BSA ST. PIERRE'S CYCLE SHOP Lower Main Sfreef Gorham, Maine 04038 I 12071854-9466 S+ree+ Trail Enduro Mini Bikes C,,mp,imen,S of VAUGHAN'S PHARMACY HARMON HAMBURGERS R. A. CIemons, Reg. Phar. Yarmou'I'I1, Maine 04096 COMPLIMENTS OF RONALD TRELL STUDIO OF DANCE BRUNSWICK - FALMOUTH Complimenfs of LUND'S TRANSPORTATION Complimen+s of RANDALL 8: MOALLISTER "The besi' in heafing 'Fuels 'For over IO0 years" Telephone: 774-4554 ' I " PDRTLAND CLUTCH INC 'A '. - AUTOMOTIVE WHOLESALERS - A I- T COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE tikggkftxy 494 FOREST AVENUE PORTLAND MAINE 04101 ff- .1 I. TEL 775 3105 T 141 S . D . WARREN A DIVISION OF SCOTT PAPER COMPANY The "in" place for the lively onesl Slriclly zero cool . . . where all The fashion-minded juniors are making lhe scene lo swilched-on happenings. l'r's aslore wilhin a slore . . . a place 'ro meel and mix . . . lo browse and feel al home. PORTEOUS . . . lN DOWNTOWN PORTLAND Use Your Public Library , Machinery Tuesday and Friday Incorporafed l2:30-8:30 P.M. Maine U.S. Roufe if I Wednesday - Thursday Branch Hours , SaI'urday Monday and Thursday FaImmT6gAame 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. I :3O-4:30 P.M. 78I-4900 Phone 78 I -235I MILLI KEN BROTHERS, INC. RIVERSIDE INDUSTRIAL PARK Por+Iand, Maine 797-8 I 3I MOBIL SERVICE W. L. HiII'on - Cwner - Dealer Yarmou+h, Maine WM. O. BURLEIGH ELECTRIC 27 Town Landing Road FaImou+h Foreside, Maine 04I05 Sales - Wesfinghouse Appliances - Service Yach'r and Boai Wiring a SpeciaI+y Residen+iaI and Commercial Wiring I4 44 Complimenis of FALMOUTH CARRIAGE HOUSE CompIimenI's of yffwff 502 Congress S+ree+, Por'I'Iand, Maine MiIIcreeIr Shopping Cen+er, So. Poriiand, Maine Nor'l'hga+e Shopping Cen+er, Poriland, Maine Maine Mall, So. Por+IancI, Maine HAMILTON'S SERVICE STATION OVER 25 YEARS Nor+h Windham CompIe+e Repairs Q . .. Wiih Care E45 Radio Dispaiched Trucks 773-I930 773LI46I .24 HOURS 205 Park Avenue, Por+IancI lVIe 's S11 Irlc. ' , firmer: naman and Bays Wes+brooIc Saco Home Made Fresh Native Sausage Ice Cubes TOWN LANDING MARKET Falmouth Foreside We Deliver Tel. 781-2128 C I h CLASS OF CompIimen+s of EASTERN ELECTRICAL CORPORATICDN P.O. Box 346 Por+IancI, Maine O4I I2 Kb HER MARK STIMSON ASSOCIATES REALTORS 8 I 3 WasI'1ing+on Avenue Main S'rree+ 758 Main S+ree+ Por+Iand, Maine O4IO3 Gray, Maine SouI'I1 PorI'Iand O5I06 774-6 I 4 I 774-4503 774-5858 ENDS ' " QE? ,per N . w5Qa EUUCPCYXO rc?-5 vouf Maw GQCYS ,er V90 'xy-'Q' Where' xvxzfxixwi L YOUR Ilurtlanh Drcssi I-Irralb I IGYIIZNIXG ICXPRESS Qi'I'Iili1u' Suuhzxy Gfrlvgrz I4 OMP MERRILL TRANSPORT CO IO37 Fores+ Avenue Por+land, Maine Congra+ula+ions +o +he CLASS OF I974 from ,fe if 1 P i -ff' Congratulations to the Class of "74" from ANDREW O. ADLER Mason Contractor 4l7 Falmouth Road Falmouth, Maine 797-4334 FREE tudent Checking Casco offers hugh school and college stu dents a chance to have a free checking account no mlnlmum balance to worry about and no service charge Make all the deposits you want and wrlte all the checks you want The only thlng we ask IS that your parents or guar dlan also have a checking account at Casco Come In and slgn up at any Casco Of'flC9 Casco Bank 81 Trust We rv .llwaws thmkmg 221 I ,I 7 I I 0 . f I O Y ' 1 x 0 0 0 o v-wr.-f :rw 14 FRANK AMATO'S I379 Washington Avenue Take out orders: 797-55I4 Italian Sandwiches Meatball Sandwiches Family Size and Regular Size Pizzas Spaghetti Rig,-,+0ni Dinners and Buckets Ravioli Home-Made Halian Spaghetti Sauce atv 1 I -5 4- X I T 14k moine mall SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE 04106 I Nearly 50 stores now open I Comfortable 72 year-round temperature I A shopping city under one roof I Maine Turnpike, Exit 7, South Portland I Free parking for 5000 cars I Easy to reach from any direction ALL STORES OPEN 9:30 TO 9:30 MON. THRU SAT. May Our Service To You Be Your Standard Ol Measure EASTERN BOOK CO. WHOLESALE BOOK JOBBERS 5,. i3l Middle Street 'gn sereviuc , . . PORTLAND, MAINE 04112 , X scHooLs xi llBRARlES Telephone 774-3334 aoox sroass N SUPER-SONIC CAR WASH I 139 Forest Avenue Portland, Maine Tel. 797-7283 "The Birthplace of Clean Cars" "Say it -with Flowenfn Phone: 773-6436 Or 773-6437 J . ' me Fl"or1sts 646 CONGRESS ST. XWMMQ PORTLAND, MAINE 04101 5- C2 5 FLOWERS Fon ALL OCCASIONS FTD t 9,1-,tn .inns DONALD W. HARFORD Bonded Member of F. T. D.A. MARILYN G. HARFORD FALMOUTH PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY ERLE C. WEBBER, B.S., Reg. Pharm. I86 U.S. Roule I Falmoulh. Maine Dial 78I-2I I2 FRANK MORRIS, BUILDER Falmouth, Maine BUILDER OF CUSTOM HOMES L. A. LAROCHELLE, INC. 204 Commercial Street Portland, Maine OFFICE I58 Woodford Street Home . , Portland, Maine Falmouth, Maine Men S Wear Shoes 773-8244 78 I -4233 HAY AND PEABODY 'N 0 0 Ciiwffpyitffyf lilvllf' 6w117f7fx1.if,ff7f'fff PORTLAND, MAINE 04102 POKTLAND T12-5465 Compliments of FROST MIMEOGRAPHING COMPANY 266 Middle Street Portland, Maine ELM OIL 81 ICE CO. 30 Washington Avenue Portland, Maine Furnace Oil Range Oil Fireplace Wood Telephone 773-569i DAYS Jewelry - Appliance - Furniture "You always do better at Days" THE BOOK AND YARN BARN Good Selection ot Books, Yarns, Crewel, Rugs, etc. Falmouth Shopping Center 78 I -47 I 2 AMERICAN STEEL 84 ALUMINUM I I5 Wallace Avenue South Portland, Maine Complimenfs of DANISH PASTRY CHALET Balcery and Coffee Shop Falmoufh Shopping Cenfer ii-IE IRFER IZRH for unusual cards, sfafionery, giff books, mobiles, ef cefera. I5 Exchange Sfreef Locafed in fhe Porfland, Maine 04I I I Old Por-f Exchange Telephone 774-3 I 25 Complimenfg Of - Realfors - MISS PORTLAND DINER Porfland and Camden, Maine TOWN AND COUNTRY PROPERTIES FORTU NE, INC. Yachf Sailmalrers BRUNI'S MARKET Groceries Meafs Ifalian Sandwiches I90 Roufe I I:6Im0U+I1. M6509 I22 Washingfon Avenue Porfland . 9 iii' Besf Wishes fo fhe Class of '74 The most in PINE TREE PAPER CO., INC. Tours Houiz MARTINIZING Af Longfellow Sq., Porflancl, Maine 772-9342 A+ Bradlees, Wesfbroolr, Maine 854-8323 SUN FEDERAL Savings and Loon Association 56I Congress Sfreel' Porlland- Maine Monumenl' Square Branch Porlland- Meme 54 coinage Road Souiln Porilancl, Maine 775-5843 FALMOUTH PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY 28 Merrill Road Falmourh, Maine Dial 846-5555 LUMGQER SUPPLIES. 7l Main Slreei Yarmoufh, Maine 1-fi L. as Regisiered Jeweler American Gem Socieiy Congress a+ Casco S+ree+ . . . lniown Poriland '-:izf:iz3:1:5:3:3:B,255Z2Z1:f'i'5I5125if5E1:i5ifif35f1f1?E5?E5 I DiPIETRO'S ITALIAN SANDWICHES I7I Cumberland Avenue 772-4084 JOSEPH A. DIPIETRO, Prop. ' . 21:1:7:1:?:3:?7f' ' ''AI-if'1'f'25:115:3:1:1:kQ27: 1113221255:1:1:1:2Q15:!:2g 2513? :3123'7'3:"' ' ' P PSI com SELTZER 8. RYDHOLM , z': 5 DISTRIBUTORS, INC. h.."4: BOTTLERS OF PEPSI COLA AND SEVEN UP 250 C R d P +I d M 04IO3 T I 773 4258 Complimenfs of PARKER-TI LTON, INC. Food Brokers flie n commercial printing KX Q I I ff - wwf , :jess wffm W iff from . I, l rrfrz 3? .. I 72516 ff LLJNT QD FALMULITH,MAINE PH "ANDY LANO" SHOES FOR MEN 'Ig Famous Brand Shoes a+ Subsianiial Savings 'I' Sizes 5- I 5 - AA-EEE CONVERSE FOOT-JOY NUNN-BUSH BASS IPIus Many O'rhersI I63 High S+ree+ Porfland 774-I226 CLARK'S LUMBER 81 HARDWARE Rouie 302 Norih Windham O' E ' TeI. 892-67I I COASTAL VOLKSWAGEN, INC. Porfland Road Saco, Maine NORM CHRISTIE JOHN CLOWES Sales Represeniaiives 883-2886 Breakfasi' Mon.-Fri. and 6:00 A.M. Lunch Io 3:00 P.M. Complimenis of ALAN'S ACRE 78 I -5657 T D S CompIimenIs of YOUR FRIENDLY ORAL SURGEON CompIimenI's of HORNBLOWER 8: WEEKS - HEMPHILL, NOYES Incorpora+ecI Members New York S+ocIc Exchange, Inc. C IPI P 'II CI M 04I II CompIimen+s of FALMOUTH AMERICAN STATION 78 I -98 I9 CompIimen+s of CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS PAUL V. GUITARD erminaI - 773-7295 579 Congress SI' C I +IT I y Por+Iand,Me. TI IN Egld I207I 773-2 I 96 Maine's Leading Spor+ing Goods S+ore SPORTING eoons JAMES BAILEY CO., INC. ATHLETIC SUPPLIES Por+Ia nd Tel. 774-6635 ALLEN, STERLING 8: LOTHROP "S+erIing QuaIi+y" Seeds I9I U.S. Rou'Ie I Falmoufh, Maine 04I05 Farm and Garden Supplies 78l-4I42 Tel. 846-539I I52 Main Sfreei' Yarmou+h, Maine ROGERS - WENTWORTH, CompIimen+s of Joseph L. Long, D.D.S. INC. 4 Kelley Road ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR - DEALER Falmou-Hq Frigidaire - Mayfag - Mo+oroIa - RCA Wiring - Repair of Appliances -- TV Compliments of ARM 1 WALKER 5 AoAMs s. rooo S Route I Fclmoufh, Maine P. O. Box IO37, Porficnd, Moine TeIephone 781-2125 OIL EQUIPMENT CO 309 U.S. Rt. I Falmouth, Maine New York Life NORTON, Insurance CO. HALL 81 SHEARMAN 45 Falmoufh Road General Insurance Telephone 772-I95I 54 E han e Sfreef Por+Iand Maine FaImou+h, Maine xc g HARRlMAN'S IGA FQQDLINER ffalmoath Qezamie Jupplgi Yarmouth' Maine PAINTS - SUPPLTES - GREENWARE - INSTRUCTION RETAIL an WHOLESALE 65 MIDDLE ROAD Tel. 774-1064 FALMOUTH, MAINE 04105 FOREST AVENUE CARR BROS. CHEVRON STATION f 'T SU PRE M E 96l Foresl' Avenue COMPANY, INC. Wholesale Fruil' and Produce lns+i+u+ional Foods Frozen Foods 2I7 Commercial S+ree'l Porfland, Maine Service Since I909 Qualify Meols 81 Groceries BRYANT'S CORNER MARKET Middle 81 Bucknom Roads DAY'S CRAB MEAT YBfm0U'l'l'1, Maine Phone 846-587I Falmouth Rou'l'e IO0 Gray Cen+er, Gray, Maine 04039 NUTTIN' LIKE IT IN MAINE ALLEN'S FARM 8: GARDEN EARL B. BALLARD CENTER 5 General Line of Cragijhop Anllques geraniums and seedlings Telephone 657-4600 f. 'Fer+ilizer and peafmoss R+. 426 Wes? Cumberland, Maine 0 L .,.,'.. We ' ' " A iff, S'Io res Wan'I your Eggs fresh? ' I ':" I ResI'auran+s ,fi If 560 A Q 6 al: 0 1.21,- 0 ff ' in P We go+ 'em. . Call Swing in a'r R. E. Casparius 85 Winn Road. ' 797-4I84 ix P J SAM'S MARKET I'I'aIian and Ho+ Mea+baII Sandwiches +o Go FuII Line of Groceries Sub. Pos+ Office - R+. 302 - Pride's Corner I25 Bridg+on Road - Wesfbrook "You've fried +I'1e resig now 'fry 'rI'1e best" Telephone 775-2305 ,. AUTOMOTIVE DISTRIBUTORS ACCESSORIES - REPLACEMENT PARTS - EQUIPMENT MACHINE SHOP SERVICE YARMOUTH FUEL COMPANY Serving NO. YARMOUTH - CUMBERLAND - GRAY - FALMOUTH - POWNAL - FREEPORT 55 Main S'Iree+ - Yarmou+I'1, Maine - Tel. 846-5507 Oil Burners - Hea+ing Oils - Burner Service NORGETOWN Julie's Laundry and Dry Cleaning Complimems' mm Lun+'s Corner Shopping Cenler of 'ia I Porlland, Maine 'NW' GRAY OIL, INC. Fasl' - Economical - Exper+ Laundry and Drycleaning Service 7 1 it , . - ,., -- , XX ' gl A A A lx e:J!A.1aSJ,n0-9:19-L 3'7" i I Y lj' I' I - Q3? 'x podeaaj I a+noH A I - I lm' IQ - A 2 A f- 5.0 I EIVW Q iii.. ....'f.'Zfei ' -3 ALMou'rH. AINE F Tan.. 797-5lT37 "A+ +he Crossroads of Maine C l' 1' GRAY PHARMACY ompolmen S R. N. Vaughan, Reg. Pharm., Treas. Church of God Gray, Maine Tel. 657-4777 93 Years of Dependable Service - -1 'I' 0 R sl P6I"l'S LQGAN and Service 1, OT PAINTING THOMPSON Residenlial - lnduslrial MACHINE' INC, 774-632I 75 Por+land Sl'ree+ Por+land, Maine Box 286 R+ 25 Gorham Road Theodore Logan 8' Son' lnc' Wes+broolc, Maine Phone 854-540l Complimen1's of NELSON'S MUSIC Falmou+h Shopping Cenfer Telephone 78 I -4822 Congra+ula+ions +0 THE CLASS OF I974 FROM YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER he R CASCO BAY MOTORS Route I - Yarmouth Tel. 846-5577 'iii EASTERNOIL ff lm ,, CORPORATION lj' V 'A mg tL'l'!mfuv,2'fi4 iii Q... -"' I 27 Por+land S+ree+ 7 M ' L Por-Hand, Maine i Q 4 7- 773-6495 , Y - 1. W. L. BLAKE 81 CO. Mill and Industrial Supplies Portland, Maine Complimenls of ATHERTON FURNITURE COMPANY 930 Brigh'I'on Avenue Porlland, Maine , f- CGKE I Oc WA SS ow's GR QYE LJ S Comvumefvrs Oh 9' we Complimenfs of TWO FRIENDS DAYS Jewelry - Appliance - Furnilure "You always do beller al Days" MAI is on the grow! 6 N There is opportunity for you in Maine...for A higher education or for jobs in Maine's , ll growing and diversified field of industry and - "' ' business. 1 ' A Centra' powe' 11' Q " + I, 4 ja , . A' ' Make Maine your business I .! l M. S. HANCOCK LUMBER of Gray Gray Plaza Gray, Maine Telephone: 657-336l IOS Complimenis of 5+o,.eS ,.,.,.1A:.:A:,Z,,,:.,.1,..i ......,,.,.,.,.:,:A:A If :AA:.:,l.:.,.:.:.: : , :.,Ai.,:::.:.:A:.:4:,:Q:.:.:. I Across Lf'1-ilillliffiizllifllzfii -f'1-f'2-1'2-11Iff1i:1112f12f:2:f2 :fi f 122 fli Ifzlzfiiiffifllzrffzff 211Q2'1''"2'l'1""Q1'fQ2'f':22I 12f'2':'1'f"'1'fQf'1':1f2 +I1e 4 4 lZ i 1 , I New I 4 ::,: ,..,.,,:.:,:.A.A.A.. I ,,,.l,,l.:,i,:A :.:.:.:.,. SELF-SERVICE DEPT STORES FaImou+h DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON AVE 772-7464 775-3I I4 Pizza by Arpgelone SOUTH PORTLAND WESTBROOK 799-ISSI -854-9I22 BEST WISHES CLASS OF "74" Tm, Fill-ii up, Please "'FIlI. I PLEASE" Car Wash CenI'ers Morrills Corner, Por+land Maine Mall, Soufh Por+Iand WELLWOOD COMPANY, INC. FALMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER FaImou+h, Maine 04I05 78 I -27 I 2 Complimenrs from A Friend of 'rhe Two Friends To+aI Au+o Repairs 24-Hour Wrecker Service IAAAI Welding - Lawn Mower Service Small Engines FORESIDE SERVICE CENTER 299 Foreside Road Telephone 78 I -2 I 26 Canvas LEAVITT 8: NORTH GATE PARRIS, INC. LAUNDRY CENTER Manufaciurers of Producls 'For Home, Induslry and Marine Phone: l207l 774-56I8 230 Commercial Sfreel' Por'I'Iand, Maine 04I I I Self-Service Laundry and Dry Cleaning 797-9828 CASCO STORES Gray - Norlh Windham Gorham - Old Orchard DIXON BROS. Mailing Address: 230 Main S+ree+ Gorham, Maine 04038 Dial 839-33I I Area Office: Rou+e 302 Naples, Maine 04055 Dial 693-625I HUMPTY DUMPTY POTATO CHIP CO. Roufe I Scarborough, Me. TWIN CITY SUPPLY CO. 37 Allen Avenue Porfland, Maine Re'Frigera+ion and Appliance Paris DisI'ribuI'ors AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR HI llatmlt lllasal Alllsnn Q07, 78 I -3430 K Dlvislon 01 General Motors Cnrnorallon gf Defroil' Diesel Engines and Allison Transmissions HUBB5 Efisme seams- P6I'i'S L Sales 1 Service FALMOUTIH. -MAINE 04105 From A FRIEND INSURANCE COUNSELCRS 44 Bucknam Road Falmoufh, Maine Qiaxtkll S04-0 Q w 'XA Z-'be MII-sis Zdw!f 3g6m IIHIIINIEQ iiib - CRUISES TRANSCONTINENTAL TOURS For Information On Any Travel Call: AII Lines of Insurance 773-38115 LOCATED AT THE STAGE CUACH INN Complimenis of STREET CYCLES 1935 U.S. 4? I FaImou'II1, Maine 04I05 78 I -4763 In Business Over 75 Years DAVIS TU LSA Box 4I6 AMATO'S Home of +I1e Original II'aIian Sandwiches. Specializing in a Varie+y of Sandwiches, Pizzas, and Hoi' Dinners Only af: 7I India Sfreef, Porfland, Maine Gray, Maine 04039 "S+ar Brake Service 657-88 I9 RADJFDFMHACK R'tDL9??'?!'f??K 78 I -5877 773-2720 S+ereo Sys+ems and Radios -WA' 'I CB's TV An+enna + , An+ennas + + Accessories Accessories UHF MonH'ors A Complimen+s of Q 6 U Q ' Gtr? I Q' Q H v q X Q 'rs g I :!e,:.a-'-'ters--1-' -. L 0 , YQEi l 9 f f ei'?f'-lg? 1. Q .qu-.53 6'- Lfb W 'rhe Class of '75 F fx ' . CompIimen'rs DESMOND 81 PAYNE, INC. All Forms of Insurance 366 U.S. Rou+e I Falmoufh Telephone 78 I -2784 Complimenfs of George D. Ballard, H Builder, Inc. Complimenfs THE SH ERATCN EASTLAND HOTEL En+er+ainmen+ Cen+er of Maine High S+ree'I' in Por+IancI DELTA Aufro Bom sHoP . IF ' mea: Maa s a i m: ' f.:lc.1gl:g4lL.g:l r 1 ONE OF THE MOST MODERN SHOPS IN MAINE FRAME STRAIGHTENING COMPLETE umr cousrnucnon FORHGN CARS FRONT END 8- AMERICAN s. FOREIGN cAns A sPEc'A"TY ALIGNMENT SERVICE 999 FOREST AVENUE 797-2506 PORTLAND DAMAGE REPORT 24 HR TUWING Complimenis of GOODALL TREE 81 LANDSCAPING CO. Ben'rIey's Res+auran+ 25 Gray Road Poriland, Maine iniown Por+Iand Telephone 797-2800 Mariha McLean SpeciaI+y Shop 6 I 2 Congress S+ree+ Por'IIand, Maine 774- I 473 CompIimen+s of J. W. Mar+in Cusfom Woodworking 66 Foreside Road FaImou'Ih Foreside, Maine 78I-4509 MODERNE RUG CompIimen+s of CLEANING' INC. M E P.O. Box 26 Wesfbrook, Maine 04092 Auburn PIan+ and Office: Rou+e 25, Gorham Telephone 854-53I I iliiiiilgn jfarm Mazzio++i Bros., Inc. Cor. Washingion Ave. Veranda S+. W Evinrude Sales and Service .13 . I Im J L 'IF . . . . dlllfy Tires, BaH'erles Au+omo+lve Repairs 83 Porfland S+ree+, Yarmou+h, Maine 04096 7729283 Teiephone 772-5447 846-5420 Complimenls of THE LOOKING GLASS BeauI'y Salon Ski-Doo Mercury Snowmobiles Ou'I'boards Sfevry and Larson Boa+s FII' 501157410 M Norfh Windham, Maine 892-4086 CompIimen+s of PERRY'S MARKET Good Luck 234 Middle Road FaImou'I ,Maine -I-0 a h Groceries - Meals - Frozen Foods I'IaIian Sandwiches Monday-Friday 7:00 'Io 9:00 Sa'I'urday 8:00 +0 9:00 Closed Sundays FaImouI'h Diver Complimenls of Grover G. Alexander Rober+ R. Good rich ELAINE POWERS FIGURE SALON Falmoufh Shopping Cen'I'er FaImou'rh, Maine 78 I -4220 Complimenis of MUNJOY FLORISTS MUTUAL OF NEVV YORK THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK Falmoufh Shopping Cenfer FaImou+h, Maine 04I05 Tel. 78 I -43 I 6 THE VILLAGE SHOEMAKER Freepor+, Maine Hand-made Moccasins Old Time Craffsmanship William M. Moody Presidenl' Complimenls +o'rl1e Class of "74" RUFUS DEERIN6 COMPANY Esfablished l854 Lumber - Building Ma+erials Poriland, Maine A. L. STEWART 84 SONS Maine's Largesl Canner of Fruils and Vegelables Falmou+h Shopping Cen+er Falmou+l1, Maine Complimenls of Ms. Claude and Levi Land Use ConsuH'a nfs, Inc. 465 Congress S+ree'I' Por+Iand, Maine 04I I I 207 - 774- I OI 3 CONGRATULATIONS Io 'Ihe Edi+ors of Ihe I974 CREST from CI1risI'ian G. Kragelund Real Es+a'I'e Esiablished I9 I 5 Telephone: 773-5984 Kragelund Building or 463 Congress S+ree+ 773-3646 Por+Iand, Maine Tel. 783-0532 SU NSET MOTEL Sauna Ba+I'1s - Pool - Color TV - Wall Io WaII Carpefing Individual Phones and in Room Coffee Maior Credi+ Cards Honored WasI1ingI'on S+. Auburn, ME THE '22 lr in 5 f if-F 5 Morsz. 374 U.S.iRou+e I, Falmou+h, Maine . . . Congra'rula+es THE CLASS OF '74 We Have Apprecia+ed +he Help of Falmouih High School S1'uden+s in Mainfaining and Opera+ing Our Business over +he Years. THANK YOU! OUR BEST WISHES AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! , p.,f1,1..,. ...- Q if A Qf-,, I A A x 2-- y' , K 'f "1ffy:-" I Ji A " l 1' ' 322 A V ki!-Qi, 1 " ',g3."fSM" , Mmzws ELEUQQ'-vcs Ay, - L 1 -- ' A, A . ffm Es jf .-,. ' V ,Ljvi , fm ' fltjuwn A L MOD LE COVHVYUNNCATNONS VNCROVVAVE LHNUKS X ,--- -- f , ' NQRPSWHL ns' W ' f-:':2.!PUpffff7?--i'-- N 51. Y. sem 1 E A 1 C1 , t MJ M mmnum, .- 1 . , -f, W , 1 24,141 4 J ' N L 'LM I 1 -- l mr, .K M 1 y , I , ,A TLT ,A K- A 1 V ,CNG SXSGE T v- 1 : EEESTGAL .QQ Dsvmovmsm' R. G. H A R S V , A W A S 5 O C I A T E S 'WW' T .W Y W Q ' T' 2: 9 P fr , , A -'if . - If , x, ,vw P o a r L A N o , I f ,,,,i f, w 1 A f A A .. , A ---A ,f-L. 1 , M1 M A I N s I- ," ' 3-2 '-fi' ' I 5 -- - . - ,.l , ,. 1.. IN 3 . - , I 5 R 'X L -. 1 . . A K A - L. Q N - 1 , , L, Y Ewan. fmsm- coisu LTING .pozwga Am I L X Q x-'53 N L, ' W , .. .WA FABRKCATXON -ASSEMBLY Q TEST , PAR LEZ4 Jovi? , - ,vvvw 5- V N 2 ,Q A :A Q -f 1 K JT A A5,4,'f4hW A LALELID-EE LAEOQ nouv J P L, ,,,,,-,,, .M X TEST -ND EVALUANQN ' 52 , 0' N A -sa' , W fl DEE P com Ti5Y'...r, EvAx.uATn ON Highs, Y- 1'-Ml 5 ., V A lsivngdl. ' , llllllllll 34l.11III'llf!il HE on cm. msfbl MEEHWDN " k , 5 'fx Bes+ Wishes From THE FALMOUTH LEO CLUB From +he VARSITY CLUB To +he Class of I974 CARS TRUCKS VILACCI'S MOTCDR SALES ' 62 Woodville Road A Falmoufh, Maine 04I05 78 I -4377 ' MOTORCYCLES SNOWMOBILES CompIimen+s of FORESI DE VARIETY K f M W Ai.-ff' ""'4'W, ., fix ff, Q71 f ' A . Y 'E - W f ,. - ' , H 'Q' ' ,A -, f f ,. , f 1 I ,yi 5, , df W - ' f 1, ,,,,. EIIIII lKll::l lfalia ns Pizzas Hof Sandwiches Bes'I' Wishes Rulxnvi + -Emu LIMAAAL ge F 'mf' i Liiilgf L,-... W' ff Q ix 'XR F6licH'a+ions Du CERCLE FRANCAIS HALL STAMP C I, f AND COIN co. 0mP"'e"ISO WALLACE'S SUNOCO Village Green . Iformerly Casco Bank Arcadel Lafe and Don 477 Congress S+ree+ Porfland, Maine 772-9Ol 7 To "CQlN" a phrase - Telephone 657-3249 Come In and "STAMP" Around Gray, Maine NAHONAL Congra+uIa+ions 'ro I'he HONOR SOCIETY I X I Vs if C haracrer of l L eadership A S cholarship S ervice wa D ,g I.V4 lx X , XY V ff' k - .- OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN BUILDING EVERETT N. DOBSON 81 SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS I77 Gray Road, Falmoulh, Maine Richard Dobson, Tel. 797-2384 Evere++ N. Dobson, Tel. 78 I -29I9 Office Telephone 797-2722 HANDY BCDAT SERVICE AND THE GALLEY FALMOUTH FORESIDE CongraI'uIa+ions +o+I1e Class of I974 From FUTU RE TEACHERS OF AMERICA TI-IIE I' ll IIT ZTII Il IE an Fmu: sr. l'llI!TI.IIlNIll COMMERCIAL DISTRIBUTCDRS PorI'Iand, Maine RCA Produc+s Whirlpool Appl N FROM A FRIEND Www Q 'I' U X xl : o...- -i- ' if IN Q 'NfYL1,x.. ?r- f A A .ll 0 p ,I fgfft, U 9 Phone 797-5072 Commerical - Residenlial Wiring PAUL F. DEBEVCDISE Eleclrical Coniraclor 55 R Pleasanl' Hill Road Falmoulh, Maine 04IO5 CONGRATULATIONS +o +he CLASS OF I974 From ogy Qfifilim . I. l. You're Someone Special al' SHAW'S 15' no 5 FaImou+h Shopping Cenler jaw I U.S. Rou+e I, FaImou+h, Maine 04I05 Telephone - 78I-54I4 TRAVEL Invi+es you Io do your TRAVEL shopping wi+h us . . . Cruises InI'ernaI'ionaI Air TicIceI's HoI'eI Reserva'rions Domes+ic Air Tickels Escorled Tours IncIependen+ Tours Our s+af'f of TRAVEL EXPERTS are here +o ser e you Mrs. Laura D. Small, Direcfor Ms. Wendy Mooradian THE COMPUTER CENTER DIVISION OF PROCESS, INC. 366 U.S. RouI'e I, Falmourh 04I05 THE OLIVER STQRES New awucfsrfn, MAINE 04260 TEL. 926-4123 +mvm rxevv I-iou.u.ArxD BUD HASKELL'S GARAGE N l90 Winn Road 'jx-1 ' XJ Falmoufh, Maine 04l05 f . From Telephone 797-4488 A ,QPROVL-0 FRIEND C4 , NEMII1 Maior Repairing ' Welding Used and New Par+s THE KNUDSEN STUDIO-SHOP eafmwsfff W BREW Gif1's, Cards, Porlraifs and'S+a+ionery Falmou+h Shopping Cenfer Falmoulh, Maine Telephone: 78l-47I7 MR. AND MRS. N. RICHARD KNUDSEN compnmems of +he BA-gm D V Lower Main S+ree+ "' Gorham R+. 25 Gorham Wesfbroolx Line 206 U.S. Rou'l'e ii I Phone 854-4450 Falmou'I'h, Maine :A , Phone 78'a4'00 Mlilpf . A' 14--Q will el::::,::wf-'- " " f'++' 7 Bes+ Wishes from Your Class Pho+ographer THE WENDELL WHITE STUDIO I28 Free S+ree'r P +I d M Ik MIDDLE sr N EXCHANGEST lvloRsE, PAYSON a. NOYES I DOWGSICIQKHAM I N S U R A N C E ' 772-01171 PORTLAND, MAINE II I Com pIimen+s of DYER'S SECURITY ALARMS Tel-865-4093 GRAY GARAGE INC. DYER'S RADIO 8: TV SERVICE Tel. aes-6 I oo Chevrom Gray 657-331 I Harold Dyer 46 and 45 Main S+. Owner Freeporf, Maine 04032 19 O Reliable! Safe! Funl. . When you are looking for safe de- pendable snowmobiling fun, Moto-Ski has the machine for you - from the light and lively CADET to the exciting CAPRI, small enough to handle easily, large enough for a comfortable ride. Next is the all around pleasure machine, the ZEPHYR. Then comes the delux package from Moto-Ski, the MS-18. Followed by the sportiest ofsnovvmobiles, the GRAND PRIX. NOW ON SALE AT ANY OF OUR 130 DEALERS THROUGHOUT NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND Rockwell Distributors,Inc.U.S.Roul:cI,Yurmout:h, maine Congralulalions To 'rhe of 'rhe I974 CREST EDITORS "Fake wut date 1 to a wiirld amous i zifrstauran. with insid MCDOHBICTS Route 1, I IQ I I L K l I 1 , E :ICQ Roman smash 5 A Belme vobxg 513' R. The Lama Cm' 4 ' . - l Acknowledgements A We, the editors of The I 974 Crest, would like to express our gratitude to the following people for their help in making this forty-fourth edition possible: Miss Rogers and Mr. Quint for their tolerance a The Editorial and Business Staffs for their hard The Boosters and the Greater Portland busine The Wendell-White Studios, whose profession The Taylor Publishing Company and- its repre page so closelyg The students and faculty of Falmouth High Sch nd guidanceg work which went into the actual making of this book, community for their fihancial support of our book, I photographers captmrred the essence of Falmouth in picturesg entative, Mr. Holan, for following our layouts and specifications of each ool whose spirit and friendship have kept this yearbook alive. Next year's "hopefuls" . amz- Q' W V, H V . . W H S 'Q lp - - W ., - , . Q , .,, . ., . . A, ,, s , Us Em -:Mit-1Hi'w, 5 . ' 5 I " ' . ' V f' 'H y 4 ' 4 1 - EQQEEQTI fl- 1 :imp M u. 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Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

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

1973

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