Fisher College Librar 520 5055756 BEACON 1969 FISHER JUNIOR COLLEGE BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Co-Editors Elaine Coccoluto Ann Marie Krym PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE PRESIDENT SANFORD L. FISHER To the Class of 1969: The day of graduation is a time of looking forward, but one looks back, too, in an attempt to remember the incidents, decisions, and labor that led to this happy moment — " to cast back many a fond regret " — and to take pleasure in the solid achievements that one has been able to make. It is a good time to assay your capacities; for having done this, you can do more. During your years at Fisher Junior College, though you may not have known it, my eyes have been upon you, and I have known in considerable detail what you were doing and whether you were happy doing it. At graduation, I feel that I am launching a new fleet of ships, each equipped as well as we could equip it and each setting forth on a voyage of discovery from which great things may come. You have not only my good wishes; you have my continuing life-long interest in your affairs. Most sincerely. Sanford L. Fisher 2 DEDICATION DOCTOR JAMES VAUGHN Most of us realize that a successful teacher has to possess many assets. Such a teacher is equal parts ed- ucator and outstanding human being. He knows when to encourage a laugh and when to settle down in the active pursuit of knowledge. In this case, the successful teacher, to which this book is dedicated, has also been an invaluable friend and confidant — taking a human interest in our social as well as academic lives. Such a man values the re- sponsibilities and rewards of shaping those who will shape the future. Such a man realizes the joy and sac- rifice involved in the giving of oneself toward the success and happiness of others. It is to this man, Doctor James Vaughn, that we the class of 1969 proudly dedicate the BEACON. 3 live 13 A TRIBUTE PROFESSOR EDWARD POST " Consider that I laboured not for myself only but for all them that seek learning. " Apocrypha: Ecclesiasticus xxxiii, 17. We wish to express at this time our deep appreciation to one of the finest and most dedicated of teachers. We are grateful to you for having lived part of your life with us and for believing so strongly in the work which you have done with us. We thank you for enriching our lives and making our stay here at Fisher a more reward- ing educational experience. 14 21 DOROTHY M. KELLY, B.S., Ed.M. English, Executive Procedures LOUISE M. SAMUELS, A.B., M.A. Shorthand, Legal Terminology Legal Secretarial Procedures ANNE T. KOSTORIZOS, A.B., M.A. Shorthand, Typewriting FACULTY RUTH E. SHORE, B.S., M.A. English, Literature HALINA NELKEN, Ph.D. Humanities, Fine Arts MARY A. TONOUGAR, B.S. in Ed., M.A.T., Ed.M. Geography, Spanish 22 THOMAS W. TRAYERS, B.S., M.Ed. Biology JAMES VAUGHN, B.B.A., M.B.A. LL.B., F.C.C.S., F.R. Econ.S. International Studies, International Trade, Economics ROBERT UPTON, B.S., M.Ed. Accounting, Economics International Secretarial Procedures FACULTY RUTH G. WEISS, A.B., A.S.C.P. Clinical Biology, Anatomy and Physiology GEORGE R. URSUL, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Sociology ALICE F. YORK, B.A., M.A. French, Spanish 23 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT NAOMI M. BACH Medical 27 29 33 35 36 39 40 SANDRA E. JACKSON Medical Assistant 41 43 45 47 NANCY J. PHELPS Legal 48 49 51 I 52 53 55 Camera Shy LUCILLE FUSARO International EMILY HINKLE Medical REGINA PURDHAM Legal MUGUETTE SAX BY International NANCY STROUT International JANICE TOSCANO International 57 THE PRESIDENT ' S TEA September 1967 Deborah Robinson 925 Mix Avenue Hamden, Connecticut Joan Saparnix 49 Trimount Street Dedham, Massachu setts Jill Sancton 620 Earle Avenue Saint John, New Brunswick Canada Susan Rymut 25 Candlewood Lane Hanover, Massachusetts Linda Scarfo 85 Farnham Street Belmont, Massachusetts 1 81 Mary Ann Spadafora 9 Ashmont Street Melrose, Massachusetts Linda Stevens R.F.D. 1 Winsted, Connecticut » Linda Spence 251 Lynn Street Peabody, Massachusetts Joyce Strazzula 2232 Mystic Valley Parkway Medford, Massachusetts Maura Staples 44 Newton Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts 83 Evelyn Zentner Box 668 Quito, Ecuador SENIORS NOT PICTURED Deborah Baker Box 23 Pomfret Center, Connecticut Valerie Megaro 1491 West Street Guilford, Connecticut Joan Driscoll 7 Great Road Acton, Massachusetts Catherine Griswold 524 Willett Avenue Riverside, Rhode Island Muguette Saxby Main Street Bradford, New Hampshire Lucille Fusaro 2 East 8th Street Huntington Station, New York Pamela Jones 401 Cedar Avenue East Greenwich, Rhode Island Donna Stonebrink 11 Minnehaha Boulevard Oakland, New Jersey Nancy Gahan 193 Fitcher ' s Way Hyannis, Massachusetts Elizabeth Kill Kelley 2 Stevens Street Nashua, New Hampshire Nancy Strout 3 Rock wood Road Hingham, Massachusetts Deborah Grechan 15 York Road Albany, New York Janice Toscano 3 Mohegan Place Huntington Station, New York 88 FRESHMAN INITIATION Seniors officially welcomed their Little Sisters to Fisher at an all-day outing at Glen Ellen Country Club in Millis. All gathered in " appropriate Fisher attire " to watch the freshman " insects " perform their natural activities, seeking the ap- proval of the senior " humans. " As a reward, the hordes were treated to an " eat-all-you-want " luncheon, which was followed by an afternoon highlighted by an egg-throwing contest, volleyball, and baseball. That evening, after a week of suffering with Fisher beanies, red nail polish, and name tags, the " insects " were granted permission to attend the mixer as full- fledged Fisher freshmen. Thanks to Maggie Hurley for all her hard work and to the freshmen for their good sportsmanship. ' i An i iVaV WWW! Hi Hi FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Judith Richard Dover, New Hampshire 95 ft Mary E. Abbott Leslie F. Abdon Manchester, New Hampshire East Boston, Mass. Judith H. Adamson Southold, New York Joanne M. Alderuccio Torrington, Conn. Katherine L. Attridge Glencove, New York Kathleen J. Bailey Cohasset, Mass. Sherryl L. Bartlett Hingham, Mass. Deborah R. Beal Rye, New Hampshire Karen L. Bean Lovell, Maine Gail A. Beauregard West Chelmsford, Mass. Beverly A. Beeley North Andover, Mass. I Rosanne T. Berberian Winchester, Mass. Gerri S. Bernstein East Hartford, Conn. Suz anne Bickford Shrewsbury, Mass. Joan E. Boggis South Portland, Maine Mary Ann Bornstein Norfolk, Virginia Carol T. Bottomlcy Attleboro, Mass. Suzanne G. Briggs South Portland, Maine Lynne M. Brown Marilyn M. Brown Alder Creek, New York Averill Park, New York Chris Buccellato Poughkeepskie, New York Linda S. Buggic East Hartford, Conn. Wendy M. Burbank Delmar, New York Linda L. Burlone Braintree, Mass. Barbara H. Burton Manchester, Mass. Elizabeth F. Caouette Winchendon, Mass. Linda Carnevale Revere, Mass. Janet M. Can Concord, Mass. Lisabeth A. Carr Chelmsford, Mass. Penelope J. Carruthers Westbrook, Conn. Judith E. Castaldi Schenectady, New York Susan A. Catizone Woburn, Mass. Judy Arlene Chadwick Cheshire, Conn. Maria C. J. Chaves Hudson, Mass. Margaret L. Chod Rochester, New Hampshire Brenda Pui-Ha Chu Newton Centre, Mass. Mary T. Church Canandaigua, New York Barbara A. Cohen Lewiston, Maine Mary Jane Considine Bridgewater, Mass. Janet R. Cormack Dedham, Mass. MS Patricia A. Cormier Bridgewater, Mass. Jeanne M. Coull Livingston, New Jersey Claire W. Cowles Karen G. Cully Francestown, New Hampshire Arlington, Mass. Mary A. Cummings Framingham, Mass. Kathleen A. Curran Longmeadow, Mass. Johanne M. Deep Denbury, Conn. Ida Denardis West Roxbury, Mass. Corinne M. Devaney Murray Hill, New Jersey Mary DiBerto West Medford, Mass. Marie E. DiVittorio Washington, Conn. Dolores M. Dumont Salem, New Hampshire Vicki Emerson Hingham, Mass. Betty J. Forman Morristown, New Jersey Candance J. Dodge Keene, New Hampshire Maryellen Dolan Danvers, Mass. Cheryl L. Doud Mechanicviile, New York Diana H. Dowse Weston, Mass. Rosalyn M. Dunn Kathy Dyer Manchester, New Hampshire Southboro, Mass. Denise M. Easttey Abington, Mass. Marcia E. Ellis Buzzards Bay, Mass. Lorraine M. Fischer Dedham, Mass. Marlene L. Fitzpatrick Danbury, Conn. Mary Jane Fleckenstine Cranford, New Jersey Jane E. Flounders Hingham, Mass. Linda Sue Frear Rochester, New York Laura Freeman Monson, Mass. Lynda J. Frewin Portland, Maine Mary E. Futia Greenwich, Conn. Gcialdinc L. Garcia Dedham, Mass. Mary E. Gearty Norwood, Mass. Carol L. Gelb Stamford, Conn. Maria-Kay Georgis Fairfield, Conn. Catherine A. Giampaolo Roslindale, Mass. Joan G. Glynn Livingston, New Jersey Nancy L. Griffin West Hartford, Conn. Roberta M. Hansen Closter, New Jersey Tamiko Hirose Kofu City, Yamanashi, Japan Marjorie L. Goodless Springfield, Mass. Ann C. Gustafson Norwich, Conn. Sheila A. Hardy Claremont, New Hampshire J • Sarah D. Hitchings Newport, Rhode Island Roberta I. Gordon Rockland, Maine Wendy B. Hamilton Westfield, Mass. Barbara J. Harkins Dedham, Mass. Marie L. Horton Greenfield, Mass. Gail A. Greaves Fairfield, Conn. Nancy J. Hanna Hudson, New York Lethea J. Harvie Hingham, Mass. Susan E. Hosmer South Portland, Maine Jane E. Greenough Townsend, Mass. Anne E. Hansen Marshfield, Mass. Regina M. Henry Stonington, Conn. Maryjane A. Huron Colchester, Conn. fa At Brenda Jackson Linda J. Jackvony Catherine A. Jellison Darlene A. Johnson Andover, Mass. Providence, Rhode Island York Beach, Maine Reading, Mass. Susan M. Jones Rockland, Mass. Gerald F. Joy North Haven, Conn. Cynthia A. Kampersal Holliston, Mass. Melinda J. Kaplan Hillsdale, New Jersey Claire J. Kazanjian Naugatuck, Conn. Constante A. Kinnealey Milton, Mass. Donna E. Kirby Wilmington, Mass. Susan M. Koelsch Canton, Mass. Manuella J. Lara Kittery, Maine Hiltrud T. Larbig Julie A. Laughlin North Tonawanda, New York Chelmsford, Mass. Katherine A. Lawrence Martha Lazo White River Jet., Vermont Boxboro, Maine Cherlyn Lazos Haverhill, Mass. Lavone M. Legacy Tonawanda, New York Annette F. Leger Putnam, Conn. Lynn J. Lepley Arlene Libby Woonsocket, Rhode Island Brookline, Mass. Beth B. Libby Damariscotta, Maine Julie Ann Licciardi Melrose, Mass. Anna Linn Allston, Mass. Linda D. MacArthur Oneida, New York Sally M. MacKcnzie Donna E. Macleod Dover, New Hampshire Bar Harbor, Maine Nancy L. Malcein Southington, Conn. Judith A. Marcy Readfield, Maine Christine S. Marsh Oak Bluffs, Mass. Elaine C. Maynard Wauregan, Conn. Mickael Merceron Port au Prince, Haiti Charlene A. Molloy Wethersfield, Conn. Lorraine Martin Wilmingtqn, Delaware Pamela G. Martin Lynchburg, Virginia Elyse C. Massicotte North Andover, Mass. Rehane M. Matousek Patterson, New York Marlene J. McFeeley West Roxbury, Mass. Deborah M. McMillen Princeton Jet, New Jersey Sandra M. Mercer Hyde Park, Mass. Sharon E. Mercer Oakland, New Jersey m r Ann M. Michener Westport, Conn. Janet L. Miller Fall River, Mass. Laurel Miller Littleton, Mass. Doris Miranda Panama, Republic of Panama Elaine D. Moore Wilmington, Mass. Donna Morgan Delmar, New York Mary E. Morse Carol A. Murphy New London, New Hampshire Belmont, Mass. Sharon F. Nelson East Stoneham, Maine Karel J. Newman Newton, Mass. Kathy Newman White Plains, New York Diana M. Noel Haverhill, Mass. Maureen E. Nolan West Boylston, Mass. Nancy L. Noroian Belmont, Mass. Anne C. O ' Neil Easton, Conn. Helene A. Ordan Union, New Jersey Wendy L. Ossoff Swampscott, Mass. Karen Palsulich Franklin, New Jersey Susan L. Pevear Huntington, New York Brenda C. Pierce West Wareham, Mass. Judith H. Pierson Lynn, Mass. Leesa M. Pomerantz West Hartford, Conn. Christie L. Preston Beverly, Mass. Janet Price Sharon, Mass. Pamela Prophet Haverhill, Mass. Lucinda J. Ramizi Manchester, Conn. Jean G. Ramsey Moosup, Conn. Jan Raulerson Leonia, New Jersey Patrice A. Rawlick New Haven, Conn. Wm ft Joanne P. Roguski Middletown, Conn. Lenore J. Rosen Brockton, Mass. Jill Rosenblum White Plains, New York Janet L. Rossi West Medford, Mass. Charlene Oxx Newport, Rhode Island Deborah L. Piggott South Braintree, Mass. Bonnie Sue Pybus N. Andover, Mass. Patricia M. Rice Middle Island, New York Mary E. Ryan Brightwater, New York Jennie M. Samaha Danbury, Conn. Joan M. Shagoury Norwood, Mass. Kathleen A. Shelden Pepperell, Mass. Andrea R. Simard Leominster, Mass. Jean L. Scanlon Norwell, Mass. Susan M. Scott Stratford, Conn. Martha J. Sebring Spencer, Mass. Andrea B. Shaw Hingham, Mass. Gail E. Shea Pawcatuck, Conn. Mary E. Sheehan West Concord, Mass. Ellen M. Shields Whitman, Mass. Marilyn C. Shiever Newington, Conn. Jan Adair Silverman Washington, D.C. Denise F. Smith Bradford, Conn. Wendy A. Spencer Beverly, Mass. Ellen C. Statuto Allendale, New Jersey Christina M. Stenholm Dedham, Mass. Cynthia M. Sterling Jaffrey, New Hampshire Nancy L. Strohsahl Saugerties, New York Linda S. Swalm Kittery, Maine Paula M. Sennott West Boxford, Mass. Patricia C. Sheehan Brighton, Mass. Deborah J. Silvia Tiverton, Rhode Island Dorothy A. Staudinger Wayland, Mass. Joan C. Taber Riverside, Rhode Island Clair Tait Arlington, Mass. Laraine Tebeck Dedham, Mass. Nancy Lee Tiano West Concord, Mass. Susan Tocci Milton, Mass. Terese N. Tormey Medina, New York Zaida S. Tracton Brockton, Mass. , «:•_•.«-■» Gillian C. Tremblay Hingham, Mass. Suzanne M. Turgeon Joya Van Gasbeck .Somersworth, New Hampshire Southington, Conn. Martha L. Vincent Hanover, Mass. Arlene K. Warren Dedham, Mass. Marsha E. Watters Abington, Mass. Sheila K. White Dedham, Mass. Linda L. Whitney Andover, Mass. Sarah Ann Wildes Cape Porpoise, Maine Sandra L. Wilson Methuen, Mass. Lauren S. Zoletti Wellesley, Mass. Shirley J. Zukowski Leeds, Mass. Lllcn F. Dorfman Roslyn, New York Shelley A. Gcttis Miami Beach, Florida Judith L. Richard Dover, New Hampshire Carol L. Kaplan Miami Beach, Florida Suzanne I. Riquier South Bcllingham, Mass. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION First Row: Jean Scanlon, Cynthia Kanpersal, Kathy Lawrence, Mary Sheehan, Vice-President; Jill Sancton, Nancy Hanna. Jane Yee, Karen Cully, C. A. Giampaolo. Second Row: Anne Third Row: Linda Brown, Barbara Swanson, Gail Shea, Susan Wurfel, Maryann Rizzo, Barbara Burton, Leslie Abdon, Treas- Shapiro, Jean Gray, Georgann Jackson. Missing: Jean Coull, urer; Sandy Bergquist, Secretary; Mary Jane Daley, President; Gina Henry, Pam Bedrosian. The Student Government Association is a medium of communication between faculty, administration, and students. In addition to holding weekly meetings, it plans and sponsors mixers, the Christmas Party, and Spring Weekend. S. G. A. is not only a member of the National Student Government Association, but this year also became a member of the new Back Bay Student Association, an organization designed to help improve relations between all Back Bay area col- leges. Ann Bornstein, Mary Jane Daley, Jean Gray. Georgann Jackson PHI THETA KAPPA The Nu Omega Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor fraternity is com- posed of students who have attained a " B " average, are in the upper ten per- cent of the student body, and have the recommendation of their teachers. This year their service to the school has been a continuation of their tutoring program. In the spring, members of the Phi Theta Kappa are installed at a formal candlelight ceremony. First Row: Anna Iodice, Nancy Aaron, Vice-President; Linda Wyzanski, Presi- dent; Cynthia Allen, Treasurer; Mary Jane Monito, Joanna Johnson. Second Row: Christine Lane, Patricia Conlin, Priscilla Fladger, Maureen Harris, Cynthia Wisniewski, Druscilla Cupp, Karen Mitchell, Diane Ammerman, Stellajane Belden. Missing: Pamela Bedrosian, Sandra Bergquist, Secretary; Diane Martin, Linda Scarfo, Nancy Tier. ECUMENICAL COUNCIL This year the Newman Club, the Tal- midim Club, and the Student Christian Association merged their common inter- ests to form the Ecumenical Council. The club sponsored films and lectures on world religions and contemporary problems and experimented with a mar- riage course. Left to right: Joan Driscoll, Alice Duncan, Donna Stonebrink, Valerie Megaro, Evelyn Zentner, Patricia Thomas. 107 COLLEGIATE COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS The Collegiate Council of United Nations is an active club open to all students. The meet- ings include speakers on interna- tional affairs and films on the purposes of the United Nations and its accomplishments. Each year C. C.U.N, sponsors the UNICEF campaign and par- ticipates in the Model General Assembly and Secretariate of the United Nations in New York City. SERVICE LEAGUE The Service League is open to any student who wants to help others. Its members join with other college students in the Bos- ton area to help the needy and underprivileged. Their work includes weekly visits to the Children ' s Hospital and the New England Medical Center where they volunteer their time working and playing with children. Fir st Row: Nancy Hanna, Cathy Gallagher, Jill Sancton, Donna Morgan. Second Row: Debbie Robinson, Emilie Hinkle, Sherry Linnell. Missing: Aleida Lacera, Leslie Abdon, Carol Riggenbach, Jody Johnson, Barbara Rice. First Row: Carol Nightingale, Linda Wyzanski, Secretary; Cynthia Wisniewski, President; Shirley Zukowski, Vice-President; Sandra Bergquist. Second Row: Cathy Gallagher, Maureen Harris, Bonnie Loomis, Linda Frazier. Missing: Ellen Statuto, Marilyn Brown, Linda MacArthur, Mary-Ann Spadofora, Janis Woodward, Joyce Strazzula, Nancy Strout, Nancy Tier, Marie Chaves, Treas- urer; Judith Pierson. WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE First Row: Carol Nightingale, Sharon Cherry, Donna Morrone, Secretary; Jean Gray, President; Althea Barber, Treasurer; Lorraine DeFilipps, Debbie Robinson, Head of Secretariat. Second Row: Marlene Shality, Anne Wurfel, Barbara Burton, Joan Beau- doin, Kcrridan Murphy, Georgann Jackson, Dolores Dumont, Judy Richard, Maggie Hurley, Head of Secretariat. Missing: Patricia Thomas. 108 World University Service is not a club but a community — the college community of the world — involving sixty countries. Its formation is based on en- couraging creative thinking and promoting freedom of study, teaching, and research in aca- demic pursuits. The Fisher Chapter of W.U.S. supports various projects finan- cially by participating in fund drives and auctions; it also sends books to needy countries and meets with other colleges to ex- change ideas and promote inter- est in projects for educational development. SPORTS CLUB First Row: Jean Scalon, Cricket Morse, Susan Hosmer, Jill Sancton, Maggie Hurley, Connie DiCasoli, Althea Barber, Sharon Cherry, Beverly Beeley. Seated: Carol Bottomley, Treasurer; Bette Clough, President; Peggy Ellin- wood, Vice-President. Second Row: Susan Jones, Joanne Deep, Claire Tait, Judy Richard, Cheryl Down, Jane Palsgrove, Joan Beaudoin, Gail Shea, Sue Chafnn, Leslie Abdon, Lorraine DeFilippis, Karen Cully, Bonnie Pybus. The Sports Club, organized this year, sponsors activities for sports-minded dorm and com- muter students. In the future, their main social events will be a ski weekend and a clambake. Its members also plan to sched- ule sports speakers and to attend various athletic events at the Boston Garden. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Patricia Rice, Shirley Zukowski. The Physical Education program, es- tablished this year, is open to commuter and dorm students. The club meets dur- ing free periods at a nearby health club, equipped with a swimming pool. In the future, members hope to be in- structed in Karate. Shirley Zukowski, Patricia Rice, Diane Am- merman, Patricia Thomas, Jill Sancton. Diane Ammerman, Patricia Thomas. 109 DRAMA CLUB Fun is the word which best describes the Drama Club, but its members also have a serious side. This year they spon- sored a Christmas Party for grammar school children from underprivileged areas in Boston which included a one-act play, followed by refreshments and pres- ents from the girls at Fisher. The Drama Club also organizes and directs the Parents ' Night entertainment and attends many of the plays appearing in the Boston theaters. First Row: Maggie Hurley, Marie Horton, Alice Burt. Second Row: Joanne Roguski, Johanne Deep, Treasurer; Patricia Thomas, President; Cathy Gal- lager, Jill Sancton. Third Row: Cathy Jellison, Elaine Maynard, Leslie Abdon, Cheryl Doud, Karen Cully. Missing: Laura Freeman, Liza Libby, Brenda Dorn, Sharon Rafferty, Patrice Rawlick, Gillian Riggs, Pam Bedrosian, Chris Buccellato, Pam Martin, Lynn Brown. The members of the Glee Club con- centrate their efforts on performances for all major functions at Fisher, but particu- larly for the Christmas Assembly and the Parents ' Night program. Their hard work adds to the enthusi- asm of its members and the enjoyment of listeners. GLEE CLUB Emily Merrin, Jane Dolloff, Nancy Bishop, President; Judy Bircher, Anne Wurfel, Linda Wyzanski. Missing: Chris Buccellato, Jackie Burkhart, Levonne Legacy, Sarah Wilde, Shirley Zukowski. 10 THE CHARLES VIEWER Catherine Griswold, Co-Editor; Judy Marcey, Alice Burt, Edi- tor; Lin Lepley. The " Charles Viewer, " the college newspaper writ- ten by Fisher students, reflects the social and academic news of the college. Published periodically, it contains club reports, alumnae news, and fashion and beauty hints. Students with creative literary talents are invited to submit original poetry and short stories for publica- tion. Patrice Rawlick, Judy Marcey, Catherine Griswold, 1 1 Alice Burt. THE First Row: Jacki Young, Beverly Richmond, Jane Weed, Linda lyn Furdon, Joanne Holden, Chris Lane, Jill Sancton, Linda Spence. Second Row: Patricia Thomas, Associate Editor; Weinstein, Cindy Schlegel, Barbara Swanson, Kerridan Mur- Elaine Coccoluto, Co-Editor; Ann Krym, Co-Editor; Bette phy, Bonnie Loomis, Marlene Shality, Jane Palsgrove, Peggy Clough, Connie DeCasoli. Third Row: Karen Mitchell, Mari- Ellinwood, Judy Bircher. The 1969 BEACON attempts to show the varied facets of student life at Fisher Junior College. Although the yearbook is primarily a senior endeavor, many inter- ested freshmen have contributed to the ' 69 Edition. The candid pictures capture the students at work and play — living, learning, questioning, giving, and experiencing. In addition to student life, the candids seized the priceless expressions of the teachers and their endeavors to teach, guide, and grow with us. This yearbook traces the college life of the class of ' 69 from our first day at Fisher; it shows pictorially the formal events held for us and by us. It culminates with our last days at Fisher — the end of one life and the beginning of another. Elaine Pat Ann mm BEACON LAYOUT PHOTOGRAPHY STAFFS: Seated: Marilyn Furdon, Cindy Schlegel, Linda Weinstein, Kerridan Murphy, Marlene Shality, Connie DiCasoli. Standing: Beverly Richmond, Jane Palsgrove, Karen Mitchell, Judy Bircher. ADVERTISING STAFF: Peggy Ellinwood Bonnie Loomis, Bette Clough. ART TYPING STAFFS: Jacki Young, Jane Weed, Chris Lane, Joanne Holden, Jill Sancton. 113 WRITING STAFF: Barbara Swanson and Linda Spence. TOUR London On March 28, twenty-six Fisher students and their chaperones left Logan Airport bound for London on a two-week tour of Europe. Viewing such sights as the House of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, St. Stephen ' s Cathedral, Rembrant ' s House, Mediaeval Bunratty Castle, and wood carving and diamond cutting factories, the group traveled through England, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, and Ireland. Under the direction of Mrs. Edith Hughes, Mrs. Barbara Russell, and our European Tour Conductor, Hans Baume, the itinerary com- bined fascinating educational and entertaining tours of both modern and historic Europe. Vienna Giant Wheel Schonbrunn Castle, Vienna ONE - O - TWO 120 O 0 K HOUSE CARTY HALL ROBERT SMITH HALL Sandra Jackson, Deborah Robinson, President; Joan Driscoll, Brenda Dorn, Jacqueline McKinney, Mrs. Mildred Richwagen, Residence Director. 124 FLORENCE HALL EDMUND HALL ANDREW HALL 128 Phone Highlands 5-8221 PETER VENETO SONS, INC. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 140 Shirley Street Roxbury 19, Mass. Cap € % l OS on Beacon Hill 7 CHARLES STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02114 227-0489 391 BOYLSTON ST. 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Tel: wa 5-0305 CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS c.bie: utrav THE SPECIALIST IN STUDENT TRAVEL TO EUROPE THE 1969 STUDENT TOURS PROGRAM CLASSIC TOUR 3 Departures by Air - 6 28, 7 7, 7 14 3 Departures by Steamer - 6 20, 6 30, 7 10 32 days on land, $886.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, FRANCE 37 41 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,447.00 32 days RT by air $1,395.90 FAVORITE TOUR 3 Departures by Air - 6 17, 7 1,7 7 3 Departures by Steamer - 6 12, 6 26, 6 30 38 days on land, $985.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, FRANCE 43 45 days EB by steamer WB by air $1,547.00 38 days RT by air $1,495.90 GRAND TOUR 2 Departures by Air - 6 17, 7 1 2 Departures by Steamer - 6 12, 6 26 47 days on land, $1,135.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, BERLIN, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, ITALY, SWITZER- LAND, FRANCE 52 days by EB by steamer WB by air $1,697.00 47 days RT by air $1,645.90 HELLENIC TOUR 2 Departures by Air - 6 17, 7 1 2 Departures by Steamer - 6 12, 6 26 47 days on land, $1,230.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, YUGOSLAVIA, GREECE, FRANCE 52 days EB by steamer WB by air . $1,792.00 47 days RT by air $1,740.90 HOLIDAY TOUR 1 Departure by Air - 6 28 1 Departure by Steamer — 6 20 50 days on land, $1,345.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, SCANDINAVIA, BERLIN, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, YUGO- SLAVIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE 58 days EB by steamer WB by air . $1,907.00 50 days RT by air $1 ,855.90 DISCOVERY TOUR 1 Departure by Air - 6 28 1 Departure by Steamer - 6 20 50 days on land, $1,345.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, NORWAY, SWEDEN, DENMARK, RUSSIA, ITALY, YUGOSLAVIA, GREECE, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE 58 days EB by steamer WB by air . $2,169.70 50 days RT by air $2,160.50 ISRAEL ADVENTURE TOUR 1 Departure by Air - 6 28 1 Departure by Steamer - 6 20 50 days on land, $1 ,255.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, HOLLAND, SWITZER- LAND, YUGOSLAVIA, GREECE, ISRAEL, ITALY, FRANCE 59 days EB by steamer WB by air . $2,046.15 51 days RT by air $2,024.30 IBERIAN EXTENSION 1 Departure from Paris — 8 16 15 days on land Visiting: SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 1 5 days land tour $325.00 COMPREHENSIVE TOUR 1 Departure by Air - 6 28 1 Departure by Steamer — 6 20 63 days on land, $1 ,645.00 Visiting: ENGLAND, SCANDINAVIA, BERLIN, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 71 days EB by steamer WB by air . $2,207.00 63 days RT by air $2,171 .30 OLE TOUR 1 Departure by Air - 8 8 21 days on land Visiting: ENGLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL 3 weeks RT by air $867.00 CONTINENTAL TOUR 2 Departures by Air - 7 1 6, 7 30 21 days on land Visiting: ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE, ENGLAND 3 weeks RT by air $895.00 ISRAEL TOUR 1 Departure by Air — 7 15 21 days on land Visiting: ISRAEL, ITALY, ENGLAND 3 weeks RT by air $995.00 BOM a voire service AIR FRANCE THE WORLD ' S LARGEST NETWORK HERE AT UTRAV we have had over forty years ' experience in planning and operating Student Tours to Europe. We have the professional knowhow but do not depend on this alone. Each year our tour participants pass on to us their comments and suggestions about hotels, sights, guides, and fun features. These are carefully evaluated together with the report of our " Inspector General " , a senior member of our Student Tours Department, who visits with our tour participants to get " on the spot " reactions. SIGHTSEEING PROGRAMS: Well informed local guides, many specially chosen for our student groups, will introduce you to the highlights of each city. Special visits will be made to outstanding artistic collections such as the Louvre and Jeu de Paume. Many interesting points not covered on standard sightseeing tours are included. FREE TIME: The tours are planned to allow you a sufficient amount of free time to pursue your own interests. Your tour leader will always be available to make suggestions for use of free time, such as shopping, cultural activities, and sports. FUN FEATURES: Many special entertainment items are included in each city, such as a swinging discotheque and tickets to a hit play in London, the world-famous Lido in Paris, the Open-air Opera at the Baths of Caracalla in Rome and many others. You will find these listed under the cities in our folder. We suggest you compare these fun features with those provided on other student tours. TOUR LEADERS: Our tour leaders are specially selected from graduates and undergraduates of Oxford and Cambridge and other leading British universities. They are chosen for their personality, linguistic abilities, and travel experience, giving the groups the benefit of their freshness of outlook and awareness of the contemporary scene. SEND FOR ATTRACTIVE FOLDER COMPLIMENTS OF THE DUNTON CORP. Fine Furniture for Institutions 124 Summer St. Boston, Mass. TRowbridge 6-0600 Connecting All Departments BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1969 Compliments of the ROYAL TYPEWRITER I COMPANY, INC. 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