Fitchburg High School - Boulder Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)

 - Class of 1973

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But this is not the only reason you have been an extraordinary class advisor. It is because we have always been able to talk to you and to know that you respected us and what we said that we dedicate our Boulder to you, Mr, Newcombe, our devoted advisor and trusted friend Sincerely, The Class of 1973 6 -if ,at , 5 'i .,.,,- .,yyy.,, . ffv' ,V ,Q5 'V' 3, iw I7 Stanley A. Goode Principal K Turo L. Hallfors of Schools E "My best wishes for your success and happiness as you graduate from Fitchburg High School! Your achievements as a class and as individuals are a part of the record and I join those close to you in the pride they have in your accomplishments. What you will do in the years ahead will be determined by many factors, but you will most certainly discover that all of life is a learn- ing process and that your graduation is but one step among many which will be part of your life's travel. It is my hope that your school experience has given you a sense of the excitement of the future, the challenge of new things to be learned, an awareness of the happiness one finds in helping others, and most of all the ability to find PEACE within yourself and in your dealings with the people who will enrich your lives." . . . Turo L. Hallfors Acting S u perin ten den t Assistan t Principals -A lv" Affhuf C- Newfombc Thomas -I. Angclopoulos "Go1di1ocks and Papa Bear" 'Q w OfHce Staff Miss Margaret Lennon --T-.".F ,im . 1 .,2" ,fr - , A,,,L, W r, fm, Mrs. Elaine Funaiole 'K Mrs. Marilyn Af f ayroux Mrs. Bertha Santaviita VN, N' Custodian Staff Mrs. Doris Gaffney joseph Spano Paul Gaffney Mrs. Ida Tata james LeBlanc joseph Tata Roland St. Louis C. Norman Sicard f M xy wx eg . Y' X111 S Q Q 'WS' Bu! Mr. Gaffney said I could take my detention in here! 1 . 1 x J Cafeteria Staff Catherine Barholm Sylvia Buxton A' Mamie Clarey Anna Lassila Elsie Leger Charlotte Nelson Frances Tuunanen .111 WX fi'-2. Jmiwrfl' " 35,54 ' L L ii 4 fffi 'Ti Q A - 5,1 2' Vx l ,J r Q li' lgxglxtlt Rf lame! .L L. i at 1 A 2943 AX s, It's not nice to fool Mother Narure. You can't tell me they ALL went to Howdy's! Can you keep a secret? XJ fX QB WEXQKQQSXM f S4 ff 4, a E S sw 7 R f M H M 5 1' ' 'E ,, fir, 4 4 :I '43 3, 1 ' A 5 4 3 J Y? 52 2 gi 5 , , M 1102, -. g . 4 PM 40 , ' W ' mvhhwf Faculty Mr Mrs. Linda Knight -Q ' xx 2. , john F. Doran j. Elliott Fitch Department Head Stephen V. Le Blanc if 1 .143 5 ii i 1, fw fr t , 1 N A X, -- www..-:........ b 4 fi!! l lgmiktik . . A K .. N Q . .. From now on use staples - not gum. 26 Mrs. Dale Eilerman Ronald Mazzaferro Business Department "Business education today is not what it was ten years ago. Today business education is going towards what is now called 'Career Education Career education is a developmental process. It involves all students at all learning levels - not just a few 'exciting' students. It implies that the learning process must extend beyond the confines of the classroom. It must involve interaction among educators, the community, parents and studentsf' st 'f Miss Anne Ordway f 10' Q, '-'N ,f Miss Madeline M.Donovan Q Mrs. Kathryn Crain Miss Maryann DiPalma 1 1 Dante Lepore Miss Mary Ann DiPalma Mrs. Lucille Sullivan Mrs. Susan McNally Mrs. Augusta Duteau En ghsh Departm en t Q'All literature, if it is good, is worth studying, but I think many students would like to read more books and plays that are in tune with their lives today." xii lf james M. Creed Robert Foley 1 4 Miss Linda Bishop '-e' Eff , . Miss Charlotte A. Rubcrti as Miss Helen C, Mack Mrs. Miriam Cronin 28 7 Eleanor Miller john E. Dunn t james Conlee Miss Mary M. Taylor ' ,,,... Miss Rita T. Mallahy Miss Eleanor J. Miller i 41sa,:1n, :Wm i 4 ' A Miss Melanie Gallo 'lv i li ' i. ' K t Frank D. Murray 613, Department Head 0494.1 Mrs. Tamar Penan Mrs. Shirley Strazdas Miss Margaret Mallahy Mrs. Ann Masse Stephen Bahde Language Department "The most important reason for studying a foreign language today is that the student through a deeper and more involved study, will understand from a different perspective a new culture with its language, art, history, and music. Though the process is slow, such individual and eventually national efforts will bring about the long-awaited goal of world peacef, . . . Donald Skehan I l v. john C. Baimas Department Head Donald B. Skehan ...dv Roger P. Dube X . .t. ..,,M gm Q"3'iNN!n-... Nliss Carol L. Jacobs l l 4 l l A 1 Que pasa? Nada. Mrs. Linda Valeska f 3'7" 0 1 l William j. Boyle Mark S. Laurito fav 31 Guidance Department "The role of the Guidance Counselor is to assist the individual in identifying those characteristics through which he will be able to assume leadership, give to and share with his fellow man, accept help from others and, in general, contribute as best he can to society. A Guidance Counselor believes that each person has inherent worth and that guid- ance services can help him to develop his potentialities more fullyf, . . . Bernard J. Welch Wjm Edward E. Gastonguay 1 ff' ..,,-Q .,,..NA 1 if Reginald H, Quinn Director of Pupil Personnel Services Ql- Mrs. Phyllis Miller Secretary S I EU Gob-f' Q3 GQDQ UYRNIH Bernard 1. Welch , Ernest P. Couture Y Miss Virginia M. McDermott 32 wr" james T. Angelos Library "Especially now that there is a stress on independent study as opposed to rote learning, students are required to search out information rather than to memorize it. The library's main pur- pose is to provide the material that is necessary to find the information. To do this effectively, books must be brought up to date and multi-media services must be introduced? Edward P. Horgan 20 ' ' Librarian Yes, but dear, those books were due six weeks ago! A if. , ci ' If Library orientation for the sophomores by Mr. Creed, I really love Latin! Yeah, I do! M1 'll 1 fry , 'W X69 , - -, H22 With pen in mouth! Only 157 more note cards and I'll be done with my first draft! Ma th ema tics Department "Algebra is the language of higher mathematics, modern sci- ence, and technology. Many problems would be difficult to solve if one were armed only with arithmetic. However, when translated into algebra, solutions become much easier. Algebra is a time-sav- ing mathematical device. More should study itf' . . . Nicholas G. Ruberti W4 Nicholas G. Ruberti Department Head V I -M' of nun-ww, I ' 'x Mrs. louise Mercier 34 Ronald Berthiaume Richard j. Lavers ,vm William D. Vass 4 Mrs. Doris Copoulas Armas W. Fillback i gjyj ' i ff ii Wk! ! M gglfwfuw f ii i QW IVIV V Vi .kiwi 3 - I i .V i' LW A . ., i ii S 35 Stanley R. Smith The Industrial Arts Department includes a variety of courses to interest the student. If he wishes to be an engineer, he will find technical drawing In d us a I A most helpful. He can also understand "working', drawings through mechan- ical drawing. To become familiar with the techniques used in industry, he can get involved in the graphic arts course where he will have an opportu- D I' t nity to explore photography within the year. The department also provides the student with the knowledge of machines and safety procedures through the woodworking course. v it rx Q . e ,... ' ' 445- - ...hx john S. Sulin Erkki Koutonen ?K 3 ,Y I arf ,ns as ' X XL john S. Lukas Russell R. Cook DCPUUUCUY Head Peter A. Hertel William S. Michaels Phy51Ca1 Educatmn Department 8 .W .. f ar, l, .f A mm a V y ya 5 A Nix 4. at 2 , , E ,- f' t y L izz I 2 W e 1 ft Q 5 if 7 it g. I I Athletic Director Miss Elsie Studley Marco -I. Landon 1. Robert Paul "The main purpose of physical education should be to build'ar1 attitude of appreciation for what physical activity can do and to help each individual develop skills which can be used in adult life. More fields, bigger gyms, better equipment and a more extensive teaching staff is needed before we can adequately do our job." . . .john Conway Kirk E. Wright james T. Angcvinc Robert Kendall -sul Pick it up, it won't bite off . . . much , , , Ronald F. G1-31155141 .4 43 YS- M06 Arthur S. Koykka Sven Schcdin W5 '15 Thomas Crank -'T ,mv .3 E sul Q I Stop this ionic confusion' -.., Z Richard Gilbert Science Department "When a student understands the world around him, he is more aware of himself." . . Thomas Crank From the most fundamental principles of biology to the more complex theories of physics the Science Department offers a chal- lenging curriculum. While dissecting frogs in biology, mixing solu tions in chemistry or exploring motion theories in physics, the stu- dent achieves a good basis for advanced study, and an awareness of the world he lives in. , . Leslie O. Griffiths Department Head Social Studies Department Thomas J, Viitanen Minot R. Stewart, jr. "Good historical study recognizes how rarely, if ever, clearcut conflicts occur between good and evil, black and white. It also recognizes the difference among the many distinct shades of gray. This is the most important lesson that history can offer its stu- dents for coping with their own world." . . . William Putnam '17 ,vp -ae. S1 Q 5 . john Dillon Department Head if Wi iid, W' 3 1 C ' V A , M' s1CU's -W, Ve haf vays of making dem talk! Miss Voula Bicoules -4....a.l mL""711!nL' ,N William -I. Putnam Henry F. Kittridge Miss joan E. Milbury .-.,....n-Q ,- 24 v .ei x " .rw There's a dubious distinction ro being a MrGovern supporter john M. Cordio V Donkey Basketball Game Teachers riding donkeys and cleaning up after them. Students trying to hold on to basketballs and taking lopsided shots. Teachers putting on skits and singing songs. Stu- dents enjoying a different, more-involved faculty. The atmosphere of both the Donkey Basketball Game and the Faculty Follies was one of relaxation, and friendship between the faculty and the students. l i Beauty and the Beast. You meet the nicest people on a donkey Thais the Way to do it. Faculty Follies i Who could ask for anything more? Tip toe through :hc end zone. Hey, this duck ain't rubber. And I'l1 whisk you away in my Tonka Truck va Az ,-, -ENR ,Ah ,wmv .Q ,. Organizations .U QQ l y Z I V - I yyy . 1595 .,k5,. n1e,,,gt 'H a Mr. 'William Boyle Mrs. Atigusta Dureau Lori Osbome Karen Kazaniian April Bergeron Robert Niemi Patricia Desmond Linda lrgendre Betsy Stewart Mary Wheeler Robert Niemi if hi 4h V Advisor Business Advisor Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Arr Editor Art Editor Business Eritor Business Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor Sportsvdliditor Z? .r i I ' - iii 51, ,-, .1 'A . 5 " ss. 1 AEM Literaij? Alia amish if of April Sue Hallsworth Doug Haynes ,Laura Syrjanen Business Iilen Bicoules Patty Briscoe Dottie Burdell Judy Caulmare of H' 4 wi " Quotations Debbie Condon Gayle Grant Norman Hecker john Marshall Patty Porter Denise Prince Cindy Anderson a Roxanne Balducci jaeliie Bgiscbois 1 6 " Mary tringan ' ' Steve DiPasquale Donna DiTommaso 1" 7 -it Q, if Debbie Gordon W Elfyn Mcbiqnara Chhl W. - 'V -6 v : f at W 4 o f .. f ' in D45 M fn 5 in nfvtwf' is W - k N4 N....f -sun ...,. ,, .qmtf 1 1121 , 11433 , ' . fi , ', .J 'Q W be a time-cons ' M . -f x , , . we 2 QQ - umcs IS 111 'well worth the ort. J fu 43. 0 V on the Ho he cdxrors anglfthc scaf H-gam 1 9 I Ass Q ,hd a scnscpf rcs1.i5r1sibility,iagfegliaifglggfm5mnation ,and most ' K ao. A s. imporganz g spirit of co-ogiggtion. 4' I 5' 'W Q h Q L .A 5 4' VV VV . W 4 tt Q . 1 my Q . fl 1 A YlZl i h T " nv 3 3 gl . . ,N S 0 ' ' . , z I ' ' 91 L V ' 1 w , , I 1 , r- I i , W I Q xi. 514 F Qs ' 7 'a 1. 'Q' ff-' v f 4, is 22 fu H2 25221 +3 ff , A ff' jf ':, ,-151 ,,,, -ww: " , 1 ,y .i W 1: yy' ' - , , . Booster Club Booster club members are people who carry paint in plastic Cups, practice skits, paint posters, hold rallies, shout new cheers, decorate Crocker Field with balloons and streamers and inspire school spirit. WN IL Dedication. . . Enthusiasm. . . 48 Sincerity . . . President William Clouthier Vice-President Deborah Bennett Treasurer Mary Cringan Secretary Brenda Gauvin tb D. E. C . Through working on such challenging projects as preparing the showcase in the lobby, working at the concession stands during foot- ball games, and annually holding a successful Thanksgiving Dance, the D.E.C.A. students gain a sense of responsibility and practical Lu. experience for a future career. No, sir, we DON'T feed the visiting team during half-time. Well, dance with her until I'm finished. Fmnl - R. Caron, M, Gnoza, V. Langille, L, Lauricella, R, Renda, C. Vezina, S. Keeqan. Bark - J, Elliott Fitch, P. Richard, R. Babineau, P. Femino, T. Leger, K. Fitzpatrik, M. Leger, D. Vallee, E, Caisse, P. Kot. Abrenl - D. Baker, R, Galipeault, K. Shattuck, M. Shoemaker, C. Aubin, Humanities Club Thanksgiving drives . . . Weekly visits to nursing homes . . . Christmas parties for underprivileged children . . . aid to brain-dam- aged children . . . these mean only one thing - The Humanities Club. 50 W The Page Although The Page has only been in existence for three years, it has been recognized by both the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, and the New England Scholastic Press for outstanding journalistic achievement. This excellent paper keeps both the students and faculty informed about every new development - whether it takes place inside or outside of school. Mrs. Ann Masse, Page Advisor 1+ Advisor , . . .......... Mrs. Ann E. Masse Co-Editors ...,.... .... P at Desmond, Fran Nadeau Managing Editor ..... ......,.... N orman Hecker Business Editor ..... ..... Be tty Shannon Photography Editor .... ........,.,.,, C indy Nadeau Sports Editors ....... ..... K en Esposito, Dave Secino Girls, Sports ........ .....,...... D ottie Burdell Political Columnist ..... ..,..... A lan Favini Circulation Editor .... ................ C indy Nadeau Art Staff .,............,.......... Dave Boudreau, Daryl Smith Reporters ............,...,......,,........,....,........... Brenda Buchanan, Dottie Burdell, Brenda Cali, james Cali, Bill Cleuthier, Eric Cote, Craig Erkkila, Alan Favini, Brenda Fournier, Pauline Gagne, Leslie LeBlanc, Debbie Mathieu, Maryann O'Brien, Lori Osborne, Bernie Schultz, Mary Sherman, Sherri Smith, Debbie Straka, Sal Viggiano, Carolyn Woods, Bob Wotton Photography Advisor ..,....,.... .... Mr . Richard Lavers Students learn accurate reporting in journalism class, Eh! Don't get fresh with me. Student Council President ..,.,. .... M ark Giaquinto Vice-President , , . ..... james Karon Treasurer .... ...,.. D ean Vallis Secretary .... . , .Debra Gordon p 1 Last year the Student Council was hampered by the loss of it JH ,:f' ' V, V,f'-"gig ' ALl, ,.r A their advisor, an inexperienced president, and administrative red hi i X S iiiiiiii gf iii ,," j V tape. This year, under a new advisor, Mr. Welch, the Student J ii '1 -W Council hopes to bring important administrative decisions closer S 'MM' -f22i'V ' 'V ,i .aa to each student. Susan Hallsworth Memory Heslam Ellyn McNamara Athena Panagiotes Robin Renda Joyce Belliveau Donald Hill Anne LeBlanc 52 Mark, you know they'll never O.K. that! Quin, ,,,, W .li ,Mn-,W Well, we'll just make them an offer they can't refuse. Susan Rossi Patricia Vanderbilt Michelle Veautour Robert Brown Cecilia Dion james Gillis Elizabeth Syvari I don't believe they refused my offer. W, Roger B. LaFosse Music Department X x A Maybe if I hold my breath my hiccups will go away! Carlton R. Thorne Director X . ll! 54 Music Department Each concert and half time show that the music department puts on requires dedicated and talented students as well as long hours of practice. But the annual musical production requires even more dedi- cation, talent, and effort. Through these activities the members of the band, chorus, and cast, find self-fulfillment and achieve perfec- tion. As one student put it, "The harder you work, the more reward- ing it is." 'xx If we could talk to the animals . . . ? f I it 'H----W Would you please get my mother off the field! just how long do they think we're gonna stand here waiting for Mr. Goode to come in? But Momma never told me about Ultrabrite . . . If Buddy Rich could sec us now! "But then again The Fitchburg High School Marching Band Cheerleaders and Majorettes A cheerleader or a majorette represents determination and confidence in the team, the spirit of the band and the cheering crowd, and the poise and smile of a true performance. A cheer for the team! Let's go! Roxanne Balducci Ellyn McNamara Debbie Mathieu Connie Barone Beth Capone Judy Chalifoux Anne LeBlanc Anne McNamara Patty Progin 56 Parry Aho joy Pappas Robbi-Lyn Pierce Paula Hobbs Patty Murray Rhonda Phillips Judy McDermott If my friends could sec' mc now! Z? is-if fi, 2' 3 ab S? K . .. A S A ,, 'S 3,9 if S gk , Y rw 1 ?, -T 1 sa- h 9 ? 8? A AQIQA-"'f 0 A L "if 1' Q ' W lf SK S 332 KJ.: Q4 -Q4-1, W., F W - E355 xv -1 . LXL, W K I li ., al 'K ,L,, J gr' Sports 1 'Y 1. , Q D .,, Experience, patience, perserverance 2 Coach of the Year. COACHING STAFF, Lf 10 K-- Thomas Crank, Robert Girouard Silting - L. lo R.: P. Maggs, W. McIntosh, M, LaSorsa, J. DiBenedetto, R. Cruz, W. Gendron, j. Kaddy. Standing - L, lo R.: M. Marella, R. Ruberti, M. Fiorentino, D. Vallis, R. Paradise, M. LeBlanc, W. Clements, G. Santerre, L. Bizzoto. L 'I ttte g k ,.. , ,:,,. - t ",, ' my ww A in f I I ' ,gg ,Q-fr' rf . iff 717 'v Football After suffering an opening day loss to St. Peters, the Red Raiders domi- nated the rest of the season, capturing nine straight victories. The Thanksgiv- ing Day and the District III Championship games highlighted a truly superior , season. In every way, "we made it happen." I l l Marco Landon, Michael Bourque, Robert Paul. Front Row - L. la R.: R. Wotton, R. Viens, R. Gordon, W. Birch, J. Brasili, DI. Karon, G. Chalifoux, I, Tigs, K. Roy. Standing - L. to R.: L. Hachey, L. Bellio, D. Secinohl. Vallis, K. Daulton, J. Stewart, S. Keenan, j. Albert, T. Landon. FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS St. Peters Lynn English Nashua Gardner Holy Name St. Bernards Athol Shrewsbury Leominster Greenfield I l 41" FY wif a o , .ne- ES' an f fr' N- ' 5 6 7 L X 5 QI, 'I ' 5 Q1 3 ixli ss 5. :Jw A 53 I , x, E' FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS FHS Soccer Coach Lavers Assistant Coach Ford 4 Wachusett 3 0 Leominster 5 0 Quabbin 5 1 Hudson 4 O St. ,Iohn's 6 2 Wachusett 3 0 Quabbin 5 4 Groton 2 O Leominster 3 4 Groton O O Hudson 0 Randy shows outstanding skill in minding the net The Wings of Man Ending their season with a record of 3 wins and 6 losses, the soccer team showed outstanding spirit and an optimistic attitude, although they were greatly hindered by injuries. With skilled under- Three hands are better than two. "TP" classmen returning, and with Coach Lavers and Coach Ford keeping their boys alert, next season should prove to be successful. l Defense is the determining factor. ,ff gg? Row I - L la R.: R. Lavoie, S. Jeffries, M. Bryce, D. O'Leary, K. MacDonald. Row 2 - S. Doak, G. Chace, K. Goodwin, S. Eskola, J. Urato. R010 3 - M. Canale, R. Romano, S. johnson, L. Bettencourt, FI. Smith. Row 4 - M. Emma, M. Washington, J. Costa, A,Siciliano, D. Hill. Row 5 - Assistant Coach Ford, D. Bedard, D. Boudreau, Coach Lavers, Fancy footworl-t results in a goal for the Red Raiders. Cross Country The Cross Country team ran to a three wins and six losses record. Two seniors, Ray Haaker and Mike Mulloy, led the team with superb performances, especially against St. Bernards and Nashua. The teamls greatest assets were their sportsmanship and enthusiasm. w l l Before the meet, Coach Koutzonen explains the layout ofthe course. In a surprising upset, disappointed Ray Haaker finishes 3rd in the meet wit Keene. 151 Row Seated - B. Lyons, R. Haaker, D. Cosgrave, M. Mulloy. 2nd Row- -I. Schwarzel, R. Cloutier, R. Brown, J. Tumer, J. O'Neil. 3rd Row - l Ranciato, K. Peltokangas, R. Lowe, M. Gionet, G. Morin. Bark Row: Coach Koutonen. 66 'QW ,wif Q, 1' 1 wgfgq 'N 5 97' W' '57 f X gf ' 1 ' XQ1Li v q, 1419 .ff nf' Mi 1 M322 3 xg? 'C -1 2522 W -9 ,I x , 5 i Girls' Swim Team In his first year as coach of the Girl's Swim Team, Mr. Dunn faced a rather disappointing season of three wins and six losses. Despite this, the team was marked by a new, more unified spirit, as each girl thought less of her own performance and more of 2 win for the team. 68 Does the solid black line mean no passing? No, I'm not the Chicken of the Sea! . ., .. L. ,.,........ , sM If I don't get our of this water soon, I'll be just one big dishpan hand! ,ig j X. 353 , .. In Row: M. Rajcula, H, Olson, R. Balducci, Co-Captains: D. Bennett and E. McNamara, C. Day, R. LeBlanc and D. Prince. 2nd Row: A. McNamara, C. Smith, N. Crowley, M. Erickson, P. Progin, D. Maki, S. LeBlanc, L. Burgess and Coach john Dunn. 3rd Row: J. McNamara, M. Charron, DI. Chalifoux, P. Cochrane, B. Goodall, S. Shields, L. Sodano. S. Skeehan was absent when picture was taken. Q2 -2.31 ..A.9O""' Ba ske tba 11 Stay awake when I'm talking to you! Kneeling - L, to R.: Co-Captains: M. LaSorsa, J, Karon. Standing - L. la R.: L. Bcttencourt, J. Dizuzio, L. Katon, M, Pctridcs, R. Schultz, E. Holtzclaw, W. McIntosh, Coach Grutchfield, G. Martincs, W. Birch,.I. Vallis, R. jones, j. Shea, I. Tigs, R. Cloutier. jim takes the pass and sets up to shoot. W V With a timely defensive move, Larry blocks the shot. V-I-C-T-O-R-Y - victory, victory, that's our cry! Marty anticipates z block, and waits for an easy two points, DiZuzio utilizes the fast break Ar a crucial time, Coach Grutchfield's advice eases the tension. Legs are here! K . . 0 fx, Q m X K s ' 23-W K ' Lag, A .--k if I X N-3 , wax - 1 NM'q'f -sw 0 ' H4 X 2, Q X ,L ,, .1 r W5 Q i 1 QL' xx 5 TT Hockey Whether it was Brian Babineau making a spectacular save, Gary Linder scoring a goal, or Dave Seeino covering a fast hreak, the Fitchburg High Hockey Team provided its fans with continuous action and many exciting wins. Kurt winds up for a slap shot. 74 As excitement builds, tempers flare. QQ ,I Row 1, L. ta R. - Captain, M. Manooshian, D. Gordon, D. Cadieux, Buchanan, j. Deschanes. Row 3 - A. McDermott, J. Bellio. Last Row P. Porter. Row 2 - D. Brassard, Co-Captain - B. Buchanan. Evading the Bernardian defense, Bob picks up the loose puck. Kneeling, L. lo R. - -I. Marshall, G. Holland, G. Linder, B. Babineau, -I. Gillis, D. Secino, B. Leger, E. Remal, T. O'Conncll. Slanding, L. to R. - C. Guy, manager, Ass't Coach M. Guglietri, S. Eskola, -I. Clifford, K. Boudreau, K. Foresman, R. LeBlanc, T. DiPerri, DI. Smith, S. Doak, R. Bujold, M. Sands, K. Arsenaulr, E. Caisse, Coach Bill Putnam. Gary skillfully tips the puck into the upper right-hand comer for the score. 75 Tiny bubbles . . . Kneeling, L. to R. - A. Savagcau, M. Smith, D. Gibbs, S. Flynn. Row 2 - O. O'Ncil, P. Collette, B. Erickson, Coach john Dunn. Row 3 - W. Hagerty, D. Darcy, D. Darcy, j. Finch. Row 4 - M. Kmetz, D. Landry, D. Levantc, A. LeBlanc. 76 Swim by day, fly by night Okay it s Mike s tum to collect the life lackets Flapping furiously, frivolous Finch flounders to a futile finish. Boys' Swim Team "There are very few natural swimmersg the best will be the one who works the hardest." With rhese words of encourage- ment, Coach john Dunn inspires the members of the Boy's Swim Team to put up with sore muscles, mouthfuls of chlori- nated water, seemingly endless numbers of laps, and practices at odd hours of the day. 77 A quiet self-confidence helps Steve to prepare for the baclcstroke competition. Girls' Basketball This year the girls' basketball team found themselves facing tough competition with a less experienced but more enthusias- tic team than in previous years. The arrival of sophomores Kim Vandebrock, karen Shaw, and jane McNamara, plus key performances by veterans Debbie Bennett, Debbie Belliveau, and Donna Sevigny highlighted an otherwise disappointing season. A high tap by Kim controls the ball for F.l-l.S. At a crucial point, Coach Studley offers encouraging words. With the help of Karen's rebounding, F.H.S. retains the ball jane applies pressure in the hope of a St. Bernard's turnover. Debbie looks down court for a clear pass ' .it Kneeling, L. to R. - D. Prince, L. Burgess, K. Shaw, D, Belliveau, D. Sevigny, D. Bennett, J. McNamara, P. Bates, C. Ruel, D. Allen. Standing, L. to R, - M. Manooshian and B. johnson, managers, P. Murray, K. Vandebrock, M. Rajcula, R. Pelletier, L. Curran, S. Curran, E. Hubbard, M. Charron, D. Varieur, D. 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'Q 1 x.l tl A lasting memory . . +5 15 ' -' SSS' is W ' ' Q- W Vmyga Rx aggif- f Jw? xx 5 is 153, 9 bfi , 1,12 fn , Y S3515 552 :Q 4, Q 5" .D j X 71-' iw , Q ff ' 2 V iw 'lin L ' Zvi V , H,, V , ,Z N KKLZ ,, VK ,HTJZ 'whim ,Q .aiu 'Q f 'Wd ,, ,, . , f 15522, A Q, 4,-., li f .0 fe in w-W v ,mf fa uf W ff 8 if --...ff ...-v' 4 V' in j I :a ff 5 ' Q ,---, ,.f-5,34 N , Q. li 5' Q' f K 'QC M H Q in-ucv' 86 junior-Senior Relay After many cold mornings of touching toes and jogging the track . . . and long hot evenings of time trials and passing the baton . . . the gun fires and the race starts . . . the sight of the track and the sounds of the crowd blur together . . . every second counts as determination builds. is 'fa' Senior Reception to the Faculty K1 Best northern fried chicken I'vc ever had! Hand over the money, '53 A friendly game of volleyball The first event of our senior year provided an opportunity for students and faculty to enjoy each other's company. The reception began with a lot of activity. There were volleyball, softball, and touch football games, a chicken dinner, and a tug of war. Later that night a dance was scheduled, but almost immediately after it started, the dance was stopped. Despite this premature ending, the reception was a relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable evening. Thar s a proverbial home nm. 'HW I wish the guys would get out of the trees! V A V f ' e ' This'll be a strike for sure! ' ' rrr. r , , Q' f I AM i 'i'i.ll r aa., Silent thoughts Sparkling conversation just close your eyes and think of mc Thanksgiving Dance Soft . . . feudwslilaoum oppodwufefiwwiwwuplfsfwelaw . X N"-can Cs elementary, my dear Watwn! If I hurry, I might make the second act! Picky! PickyY Picky!!! Competitive Plays Each year a group of students interested in acting have the chance to become involved in the Competitive Plays. As repre- sentatives of their classes, these students have the objective of winning the competition. For the members of the class of 1975 the opportunities for participation were - "The Case of the Crushed Petuniasf, "Two Bottles of Relish," and "Lullabyf' With an enthusiastic cast and the experience from the attempts of past years, our senior entry was rewarded with the ultimate win. What do you mean, you couldn'r get a pair of black sneakers? But Peggy, you can't really believe that story about the stork? "I said, I DON'T want to be late for my femininity class!" S W . 1 W, Xkr., W f we ,, . ,. fl., ws. A . rf ,,5iggg,- M -,.. K-l . -,l 1 J Ifwi, fn, ,. :.1.f,,L . ' - if ,l ?1fif:11 Z lif R ' I I ,ffQ.Qf:'U ' If vg a? " wb , iv M: 5, ' .1-1 ug ,511 L 1 W 5 J' 5 112 ff , I A 4 ,L J L 4 M' ,ggi . lata Q if N ff 4.41 F Wa , l ?, A2 . E ,lq:Al1 A fxifw, 1 fQ W aw 9 ig 'Ei JV ' ',"' g ,, 7" i ' K + gp, .f ' Q 'W ..g, y!"'jf':'f.j' 1 ' if -K 4. 7 ki VVVV Q, , r15gT, A + if . Hifi L . ' Y , ' A 4 " T42 -, " ,QQ ' 1 V P .Q 4-51 05 , -,.. -fm. , , ' H' . 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CYNTHIA JEAN AUBIN Cindy's engaging smile and warm per- sonality make her a welcome person at any party. Her future plans include moving to Florida. D.E.C.A. 45 Thanksgiving Dance 4. 98 -JOAN CYNTHIA ANTIL -Ioan's sensitive nature is revealed by her willingness to console and under- stand her friends. Volleyball 2, 45 Prom 4g Senior Recep- tiong Homeroom Representative 3, 4g Spanish Prize 2nd Year. CYNTHIA -IOY ANDERSON Springtime . . . smiling faces . . . caring for children . . . long walks . . ,Cindy. Chorus 2, 3, 45 Booster Cfub 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4g Boulder. RENE ARSENAULT Unassuming Rene finds contentment in drumming and playing in a good band. Baseball 4g Basketball 2, 4, LAWRENCE ,JOSEPH AUBIN Larry, an outdoorsman, is interested in skiing, swimming and mountain clim- bing. He plans a career in the Navy. Football 2, 3g Prom 3. RICHARD WAYNE ANTILLA Rick, whose favorite pastimes are bowling and music, plans to enter the Navy to study electronics. LINDA MARY BAHO Enthusiastic, optimistic Linda tries to do well at whatever she attempts. Her interests include music, traveling and water sports. Volleyball 3, 4, Band 2, 39 Chorus 2, 35 Booster Club 4, Red and Gray 3, 4, BRIAN AIME BABINEAU "Babs," who has an interest in sports and cars, constantly strives to develop his proficiency as a hockey goalie. Hockey 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 4, junior-Senior Basketball 4. PATRICIA ANNE BAHDE Patti, a nature lover and a good lis- tener, plans to specialize in helping mentally disturbed children. Tennis 3, 45 Booster Club 4, Prom 35 Red and Gray 3, 43 Senior Literary Club. DIANE MARIE BAKER Diane enjoys making people happy - either by listening to their problems or telling them witty stories. D.E.C.A. 4. RONALD EDWARD BABINEAU Ronnie, a hard-working D.E.C.A. stu- dent, finds relaxation in sports. Baseball 2, D.E.C.A. 4. Do you think I like being just another pretty face? LOUIS MARK BALDUCCI "Ducci," one of the original "patch" boys, enjoys living at the beach and partying with friends. Skiing on a crisp, winter day also highlights his weekends. Indoor Track 3g Booster Club 3, 4, Ski Club 35 Prom 3, 4. 99 ROXANNE BALDUCCI Roxanne, a spirited cheerleader is known for her spur of the moment activities . . . playing softball in the rain, and skiing in foggy snow storms. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4g Swimming 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4g Boulder. DAVID MICHAEL BARONE Because David has an unassuming nature, he can count many friends. Bicycle riding, snowmobiling and film making are among his many interests. junior-Senior Relay 45 junior-Senior Basketball 4, Soccer 3, 4. r, 'TN' ' 'S' NTI 'x wbwvd N3 vAv'!'s3f.?t we ifliiillfilfl affix I tm I i"23i:s?2i2l it-' 7lZX Q A i , CHARLES RAYMOND BARDSLEY Amicable Chuck finds pleasure in ski- ing and fishing. He someday hopes to own a store. Football 4, Thanksgiving Dance 45 Prom 3, 43 Senior Reception. DENNIS PAUL BARRIEAULT Serious-minded Dennis loves to run, read, and talk to interesting people. MARK EVERETT BARROWS Mark comes alive at the mention of sports. He is looking forward to a career as a radio broadcaster. Track 4g junior-Senior Relay 4. SANDRA ELLEN BARONE Sandy, mischievous and energetic, par- ticipates in many strenuous sports including horseback riding and skiing. Booster Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 25 Ski Club 2. Mommy said she'd pack my railroad train pajamas . . DEBORAH ANN BENNETT Ben, who finds peace in an open field of daisies, enjoys the feeling of free- dom while skiing down a snow-cov- ered mountain. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. NANCY MARIE BEAUCHEMIN Nancy is quiet and compassionate. These characteristics will prove valua- ble in a future of caring for children. Senior Reception. KIM ELLEN BELAIR Petite and fashionable, Kim loves horseback riding and skiing. APRIL MARY BERGERON Oceans at sunset . . . children bun- dled in snowsuits . . , crisp fall days . . . watching friends smile . . . sen- sitivity. Chonis 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4g Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 3g Boulder, Competitive Play 3, 4, Prize Speaking 3. PATRICK LAWRENCE BENNETT Pat enjoys the quiet things in life, sea shores, horseback riding, painting, ski- ing and listening to Bob Dylan. Ski Club 3, 4, Prom 33 Spanish Club 2, 35 Newspaper Staff 3. l I iiii JANE ANITA BEDARD ,Iane's lively, exuberant personality assures her of many friends. Booster Club 3, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4 4 LEON A. BELLIO Versatile, athletic "Chip" is a key ele- ment in our football team,s defense. Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. MARIAN THERESA BERGERON Carefree Marian enjoys the out-of- doors and takes pride in marching in the Kingsmen Drum and Bugle Corps. 101 LINDA LOUISE BERNIER Freckle-faced Linda takes pleasure in sewing and taking care of small chil- dren. LOUIS BETTENCOURT Louie finds fulfillment by writing poetry, listening to the music of the Stones, or playing soccer. WILLIAM PAUL BIRCH Bill can either be the life of the party, or an honest and sincere friend when needed. Basketball 2, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Thanksgiving Dance 4g Prom 45 Homeroom Representative 3. 102 DONNA ANN BERUBE Donna enjoys the beauty of nature whether she is at the beach or on the slopes. Prom 3g D.E.C.A. 4. George of the jungle ELLEN -IOANNE BICOULES An avid fan of sports and conversa- tion, El loves to socialize with and offer help to her friends. Volleyball 2, 5, 4g German Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Reception 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 45 Red and Gray, Senior Literary Club, Secretary. SHARON LEE BLAKE Sharon, an avid Bruins fan, has a spar- kling sense of humor. Her creativity is shown by her sewing and crocheting. Dramatic Club 2. GAIL MARIE BOUCH ER Personable Gail spends her weekends skiing and horseback riding. She hopes to continue her education. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Prom 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, jun- ior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, SHERYL ANN BLAKE Sheryl is planning for a career in sec- retarial work, while at the present she's kept busy with skiing, swim- ming and watching hockey. Volleyball 2, 45 Booster Club 4, Sen- ior Receptiong Stenography II Prize. PATRICIA LYNN BOIVIN Reserved Pat finds pleasure in simple, domestic tasks, such as homemaking and taking care of children. DAVID ROBERT BOUDREAU "Boudy" is presently the art editor of "The Page" and plans to further his study of art. His versatile athletic abil- ity enables him to excel in football and track. Football 2, 3, 45 Indoor Track 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 4, "The Page" 3, 4. LINDA JEAN BOUCHER Her frankness and perception make Linda a special and loyal friend. Her hobbies include collecting old records, sewing, and cooking. Booster Club 2, 33 Dramatic Club 2, Thanksgiving Dance 3, Homeroom Representative 2. " ng "N-f' STEVEN MARK BLANCHARD Steve has an inventive, dry sense of humor. He looks forward to a career in the Navy. Track 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. RITA MARIE BOLDUC Rita is an energetic blonde who enjoys swimming, skating, and dancing. Dramatic Club 25 Prom 3 and 4, Sen- ior Receptiong -IuniorASenior Relay. I WAYNE FRANCIS BOUDREAU Listening to music and going for long walks in the country are Wayne's favorite pastimes, His ambition is to be a chef. Band 3, 4. 103 RODNEY ,IAMES BOURGAULT Rod, an ardent music lover, is inter- ested in the social aspects of life. His future plans include becoming an elec- tronic technician. Prom 4g Senior Receptiong junior-Sen- ior Relay 3, 4. JOHN MARK BRASILI Always ready for a good night out with the guys, john enjoys making friends, and is also a great sports enthusiast. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 45 Prom 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 junior- Senior Basketball 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN BRISCOE Patti who enjoys the solitude of long walks on the beach, has a quiet, but pleasant personality that she shares with her friends. Basketball 4g Volleyball 2, 45 Booster Club 33 Boulder. 104 STEVE ALAN BRAGG Someday Steve would like to buy a motorcycle and explore the country, but right now he's content to enjoy cars, drums, and the Three Stooges. Senior Reception. DEBRA ANN BRAGG A sweet personality . . . good times . . . an afternoon with children . . . a bright smile . . . Debbie. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, 4, Senior Reception. RICHARD AMES BRIGHAM Active and hardworking Dick claims an interest in auto racing. I-Ie aspires to be an auto mechanic. .IACQUELINE MARIE BRISEBOIS jackie, always enthusiastic, loves sports and small children. With music as her favorite pastime, she hopes for a career in musical productions. Chorus 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 45 Prom 3, Boulder, Prize Speaking 2. MELODY ANN BRANN Mel finds working with the mentally retarded or the handicapped a gratify- ing challenge because of her ability to understand. Prom 3. WILLIAM JAMES BRYCE Bill's affable nature and sense of humor account for his many friends. Golf 2, Junior-Senior Relay 4, Junior- Senior Basketball 4g Soccer 3. CHERYL ANN BROGNA Cheryl has an innate ability for mak- ing people laugh. She lives for the good times she has with her many friends. Cheerleader 2. MICHAEL JAMES BRYCE, JR. A scenic view to inspire his creative abilities is all Mike needs to be happy. Writing poetry is one of his more sensitive ways of expressing himself. Track 45 Soccer 4. CHERYL ANN BUCKLEY Cheryl loves small children and long walks. Her dream is to travel cross- country and meet different kinds of people. Booster Club 3, 4. ALICE MAY BROUGH Alice, a wistful dreamer, a witty indi- vidual, but especially, an understand- ing friend. Basketball Zg Dramatic Club 45 Vol- leyball 2, French Club 4, Boulder. Back234,side234. .. JANICE ALICE BUJOLD Janice, outgoing and talkative, partici- pates in many sports, including swim- ming and skating. Booster Club 2, 5, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4, Prom 3, 4, Junior-Senior Relay 4. 105 KEVIN THOMAS BUJOLD Self-reliant Kevin plans to succeed as an electronic technician, especially in the field of audio reproduction sys- tems. ..:-,,,""'..-'T-.T ..-u"""',f ,ya-MW' ,www s 5 DOROTHY ELIZABETH BURDELL If you have ever met a person who is sensitive and compassionate, yet crazy and fun-loving, then you've met Dot- UC. Basketball 3, 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, Boulder, RONNIE RAYMOND BUJOLD If Ronnie isn,t enjoying a good hockey game, he,s probably off at a favorite spot indulging in his specialty - seafood. Hockey 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, 45 Senior Reception, junior-Senior Relay 33 Homeroom Representative 2. MARGARET MADELINE BURKE Fulfilling her need to help others, Peggy finds her experience as a nurse's aide a rewarding preparation for her future. Hockey Cheerleader 3g Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 Com- petitive Plays 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 2, 3. MARLENE MARIE BURNHAM Marlene, reserved and sensitive, enjoys taking care of children, dancing and listening to music. J SHARON LYNNE BUXTON Sharon finds satisfaction in reading the stars or playing a quiet song on her guitar. Position is everything in life! EDWARD GEORGE CAISSE Edis practical experience combined with his energy and determination will help him to succeed as a chef. Baseball 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4g D.E.C.A. 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4g Thanks- giving Dance 4. ,IANET MARIE CACI A long walk on a snowy day gives janet an opportunity to think quietly about life. Basketball 2, 35 Prom 3, 4g junior-Sen- ior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basket- ball 3, 4. DEBRA MARIE CADIEUX Listening to soft music, skiing or swimming expertlyg Debbie will always strive to be the best and the happiest. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey Cheerleader 5, 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Softball 3. JAMES VINCENT CALI Easy-going jimmy relaxes among friends by playing the practical joker or the broadcaster. Booster Club 3, 45 Ski Club 33 Thanksgiving Dance 45 junior-Senior Relay 45 junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. ' DIANE EVA CALAMARE Squid, being times, rating. a sports enthusiast who loves with people and having good plans a career in interior deco- FREDERICK WILLIAM CACKETT Easy-going Fred likes living it up with the guys. If he's not playing golf or baseball, he can be found at Demou- las. Golf 3, 4. LEIGH ANNE CADWELL Sensitive and creative Leigh is able to write imaginative stories and paint col- orful landscapes. ANGELA MARIA CAN NIZZARO Angela, sensitive and creative, enjoys collecting old bottles and making candles. Prom 45 junior-Senior Basketball 4. 107 VALERIE ROSEMARY CAPONE Valis sparkling brown eyes can brighten up anyone's day. She plans to become a medical secretary. Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Prom. BRIAN GLENN CAREY Brian, who enjoys bowling and draw- ing in his spare time, plans on going to college for history or commercial art. RAMONA LEE CARON Mona is interested in any exciting activity, but especially in sports and traveling. D.E.C.A. 4. 108 RUTH MARIE CAPUZELLO Ruth, who delights in outdoor activi- ties and handicraft work, finds pleas- ure in helping people. Her future goal is to become a secretary. 'I f""'N1..,Xw 'X was E 3 a Will you guys get the PUCK out of here! DONNA MARIE CARON Donna's subtle wit and compassionate nature make her an entertaining and valuable friend. ANNE THERESE CASEY Anne enjoys the world around her . . . taking long walks in the fall, and relaxing with friends. Basketball 4g Volleyball 3, 4g Booster Club 45 Thanksgiving Dance 4g Italian Club 3, th Mama GARY THOMAS CHALIFOUX Gary, an avid football player, who loves Italian food, plans to attend col- lege. Football 2, 3, 45 Indoor Track 25 Track 2. X . DOUGLAS LEONARD CASKER Doug is one of Fitchburg Highls dedi- cated musicians. He would like to con- tinue with a music career, possibly as a teacher. Band 2, 35 45 Chorus 5, 45 Red and Gray 3. GUY EDWARD CHACE Chuck ambitiously works around cars and motorcycles. He plans to enter art school. SALLY SUE CLAPHAM Sally's reserved nature leads her to participate in the relaxing sports of skiing and horseback riding. Volleyball 45 Booster Club 25 Ski Club .IUDITH ALICE CAULMARE -Iudy's quick wit and effervescent per- sonality make her an entertaining and always surprising friend. Volleyball 3, 4g Chorus 35 .Iunior-Sen- ior Basketball 3, 45 Prom 45 Boulder. CAROL ANN CHALIFOUX Carolls enjoyment of water-skiing and mountain climbing reflect her appreci- ation of nature. Volleyball 45 Booster Club 3, 45 Thanksgiving Dance 45 Prom 4. WILLIAM ALBERT CLOUTHIER Tall, dark, and Italian Bill has a per- sonality all his own. His interests cover a span from pro-football to Howdy's. Football 25 Indoor Track 25 Track 25 Booster Club 45 Prom 35 Homeroom Representative 3. 2- Prom 3' Senior Reception WENDELL SUMNER coLL1Ns. JR. Dell . . . a carefree individual . . . optimistic about life . . . plans to join the Navy and later enter college. junior-Senior Relay 5, 4. 109 CYNTHIA -IAYNE CONDON Cindi is known for her cheery smile and witty remarks. Her loves are the beach, music, children, and especially her telephone. Volleyball 3, Chorus 2, 3, 43 Thanks- giving Dance 2g Prom 3, 4. DIANE CATHERINE CORMIER Di, a sociable person who enjoys the country and animals, plans to be a data processer. Dramatic Club 3, 4. LUCI MARIE CORMIER Smiling brightly . . . having a good time with friends . . . performing on the stage . . . Luci. Volleyball 4. l 10 DONALD DAVID COOK Cookie, known for his friendly nature, enjoys outdoor activities - running cross-country, skiing, camping or back- packing. Band 2, 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance, Prom 4. l DEBRA LYNNE CONDON Debbie, who values the company of close friends, has a ready smile and understanding nature. Volleyball 3, 45 Booster Club 5, 4, Prom 3, 45 Boulder, Spanish I 2nd Prize. GERALD JOSEPH CORMIER To travel as much as possible is the goal jerry has set for himself. He hopes traveling won't change his pres- ent outlook on life. Hockey 25 Track 25 Booster Club 2, Homeroom Representative 2, 5. MARYLOU IONA CORMIER MaryLou's bright smile can liven up any gathering, just as her compassion- ate nature can ease any problem. Thanksgiving Dance 45 Senior Recep- tiong Volleyball 4g Prom 5, 4. ALICE CHRISTINE CORMIER Alice is an understanding and helpful friend with an optimistic outlook on life. She plans to become a lab techni- cian in the future. ALAN DAVID COUTURE Industrious Alan is fascinated by working on cars and solving tricky problems. STEVEN MICHAEL CORMIER Steve, our own Howard Cosell, loves everything to do with sports. He even plans to become a sportscaster. Indoor Track 3, Booster Club 45 Thanksgiving Dance 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. ERIC LEONARD COTE Eric's compassionate nature will help him succeed as a social worker. PAULA CATHERINE CRAIG Paula looks for either the peaceful sol- itude of bike riding or the raucous excitement of the Rolling Stones. She plans to attend a business college. Booster Club 5, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 45 Prom 4. DONALD BRUCE COSGROVE Don is an outgoing sports enthusiast who holds a special interest in track and skiing. College heads the list of his future plans. Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 4g Track 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, -naw 11.--.-t 'Wu' You have one last "request"Y STEVEN THOMAS CRAIGEN Steve's hobbies are working on cars, collecting coins, and going to parties. He would like to have a career in woodworking. Football 2. I I I MARY ELIZABETH CRINGAN Mary, lively and spirited, is totally dedicated to the Booster Club. She possesses a unique sense of humor. Volleyball 2, 35 Booster Club 2, 4g junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 Homeroom Representative 45 Boulder. DIANE RACHEL CROTEAU Artistic Diane enjoys hairdressing and cake decorating. Her desire is to travel the world meeting as many exciting people as possible. Thanksgiving Dance 45 Senior Recep- tiong Competitive Plays 45 Prom 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 4. FRANCIS PAUL CROWLEY Fran, a person who values his privacy, enjoys being with unpretentious peo- ple. He is interested in writing and looks to a future in journalism. Indoor Track 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Red and Gray 5' Soccer 2 3. MICHAEL CUCCHIARA 1' 3 W' .P RICARDO FREDRICK CRUZ Known for his size, easy-going Rick like to play all sports, especially foot- ball. He plans to attend a police acad- emy. Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 35 Basket- ball 2, 55 junior-Senior Basketball 45 Prom 4. fi' iiii lil "Cucch' ',.. spends his spare time keeping his car running . . . always ready for a joke . . . plans on touring the country and attending college. junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4gASenior Reception. WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM Although Bill is fascinated by mechanical gadgets, he plans to enter the field of forestry. One more balloon and we'll get this thing off X the ground PAUL RAYMOND DAUPHINAIS An avid hunter and swimmer, "Duffy" is a conservative individual who prefers the company of close frields to that of a crowd. He will fur- ther his education in college. Swimming 2, 3, 4. ANGELA MARIE CUSTER Easy-going Angela finds pleasure in the first snowfall and excitement on the Fourth of july. Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Humanities Club 2. STEVEN ROBERT DAME A fan of drag racing, "Mucho's,' desire is to drive a 200 m.p.h. Funny Car. He is an active participant in all sports, especially baseball. Baseball 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA ALICE DAY If she's not practicing on her guitar or sewing, Cindy's probably horseback riding in nearby fields. She's hung up on life. Basketball 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Swim- ming 4, Biology II Prize Exam. f- - ROLAND DAUPHIN AIS Roland's sense of independence and responsibility is proven by his desire to succeed. KEVIN PAUL DAHART Wally, our own Red Raider, loves a good time. He's happiest spending a quiet evening with a nice girl or hav- ing a vigorous game of basketball. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Prom 3, 4, Senior Reception, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Compe- titive Plays 3, 4. JAMES LAWRENCE DARCY jimmy leads a carefree, untroubled life. He gets great pleasure from driv- ing his car or playing basketball. Homeroom Representative 3g junior- Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Bas- ketball 3, Senior Reception. DEBRA ANN DEBARGE Debbie finds excitement in travel- ing and satisfaction in working with small children. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4, Prom 35 Senior Recep- tion, junior-Senior Relay 3. 113 DONNA ANN DELOGE Talkative Donna spends her spare time sewing and skating. She plans to continue her education at a junior col- lege. Volleyball 2, 3g Booster Club 2, 3. ROBERT PAUL DEMAZURE Bob is a likable, intelligent person who plans to continue his education in college as a math major. junior-Senior Relay 4g junior-Senior Basketball 5, 4. ,IOHN GEORGE DESHAYES john, a multi-talented individual, has interests that range from sports to jet mechanics. He hopes to live in the South and play golf year round. junior-Senior Relay 4. l 114 SHARON ROSE DEMARTINO Industrious Sharon is happiest when listening to good music. Prom 3, 43 junior-Senior Relay 5. -.sf 'ji The devil made me do it CAROL ANN DEMCHUK Carol s ability to understand people and help them if they have problems will be beneficial to her as a secretary in an insurance agency. CAROL MARIE DESJEAN Carol . . , walking in the rain listening to music . . , enjoying life. JAMES MICHAEL DIBENEDETTO "DiBen," our Vice-President, has a keen sense of humor and an easy- going manner that helps him get along well with everyone. Football 2, 5, 4, Indoor Track 2, 5, Class Officer 5, 4, Junior-Senior Relay 5, 4, Junior-Senior Basketball 5, 4. MA RK STEVEN DESJEAN "Dish,n an uninhibited member of the Y.M.C.A., is always ready for a good time. He hopes for a career as a gym teacher, Junior-Senior Relay 5, 4, Junior-Senior Basketball 5, 4. MICHELE RAE DESROSIERS Michele's love for the outdoors is exhibited by her interest in skiing and swimming. The theater offers her a rewarding challenge for the future. Softball 2, Dramatic Club 4, Junior- Senior Relay 4. KAREN ANN DICKINSON Karenls bright smile and distinctive giggle reveal her effervescent person- ality. Booster Club 2, 5, 4, Volleyball 2, 5, 4, Basketball 5, 4, Junior-Senior Bas- ketball 3, 4. JOHN DONA DICK John has many diversified interests including playing cards and bowling, He hopes to attend an Air Force avia- tion school. PATRICIA ANN DESMOND Patty loves the music of the Rolling Stones and values her individuality. Whenever you are with her you are guaranteed a good time. Basketball 2, 5, 4, Volleyball 2, 5, 4, Chorus 2, 5, 4, Prize Speaking 2, 5, 4, Boulder. JOAN IRENE DEWEY Mischievous Joan dreams of owning her own house someday. She likes long drives in the country and an exciting football game. Booster Club 2, 5, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4, Prom 4, Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Junior-Senior Basketball 4. PAMELA JOYCE DIK Pam's gentle and sensitive nature is revealed by her love of music and poetry, Volleyball 5, Band 2, 5, 4, Chorus 5, 4. H5 STEPHEN DIPASQUALE Quick-witted Steve, our hard working Treasurer, has great determination to succeed which will aid him in his pur- suit of a career in outdoor conserva- tion. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Boulder, Class Officer 4. LUANN KRISTEN DONDERO LuAnn, who looks forward to parties and dances, also enjoys those rare quiet moments when she listens to music. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 4, junior- Senior Basketball 3, 4. CONSTANCE ROBERTA DUFOUR Connie's mystic ways always entertain her friends. She is sometimes heard humming to rhythm and blues music. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 25 Relay Committee 3, 4. H6 ra DONNA LEA DITOMMASO Donna has many loves, including Clark Gable and her ring collection. She lives for exciting times, stimulat- ing conversations and melodramatic old movies. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4g Boulder. THOMAS SAMUEL DIPERRI Tom, an ardent supporter of class activities, is interested in all sports, but particularly golf and hockey. Golf 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, junior- Senior Basketball 3, 4. NORMA ESTHER DUCHARME Norma, who finds pleasure in travel- ing, loves animals and making new friends. She hopes to become a nurse someday. SAMUEL CONWAY DOAK Quiet, sportsminded Sam finds a chal lenge in soccer and hockey. He hope: to pursue a college education. Soccer 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3. fav' 449315. DEBORAH ANN DUPHILY Deb's friendly smile and sense of humor delight her friends. In her spare time she skis and listens to music. Booster Club 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4. BRUCE PAUL EATON Bruce is a rather quiet member of our :lass and a very active member of the Kingsmen, who also enjoys working Jn cars. DAVID JOSEPH DUPUIS David is an enthusiastic fan of sports and parties. He plans to enter the service and attend architectural school. junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 'Uk PATRICIA ELEANOR DUPUIS Patty, a dedicated rooter of the hockey team, adds pizzazz to any game. Through sewing she expresses her individuality and creativity. Booster Club 3, 45 Relay Committee 5, 4. GAIL FRANCES DW YER Gail is an avid supporter of school sports, She is interested in a secretarial career. Booster Club 2, Senior Reception, junior-Senior Relay 3. Have you ever had a bad time in Levi's? PAMELA EATON There doesn't seem to be enough time for all that Pam enjoys - going to parties, dancing, and motorcycle rid- ing. I-Iomeroom Representative 3. PATRICIA EATON Patti is an individualist who enjoys being with children as well as with her peers. Her future plans include marriage, II7 KENNETH RAPHAEL ESPOSITO Kenny, a lover of Volkswagens and sports, enjoys the excitement of senior year and looks forward to a career as an electrician. Baseball 2, 5, 4, Indoor Track 2, Booster Club 4, junior-Senior Basket- ball 3. PETER RAYMOND FEMINO Peter's interests lie in skiing and golf. His hobby of repairing cars inspired his decision to attend a vocational col- lege. Ski Club 25 D.E,C.A. 4, Prom 3, 4, Senior Reception. N1 ,M.M.v.,,r.' mmmmay W.fmmuaanwvam.:,msm-.qmru-.f.M, M.. .W . i. ,.., .fa f:.w,,if..f LETICIA ANNE FALLON Tish is a totally unique personality who does her "own thing' whenever she can. A career in Civil Service will give her a chance to serve people. Dramatic Club 4. KURT CHARLES FORESMAN Kurt is athletically occupied in every season - it's no wonder that he plans to be a gym teacher. Hockey 3, 45 Track 45 Ski Club 4, Senior Receptiong junior-Senior Relay 4. HOLLY ANNE FOSTER Holly, an outstanding athlete, partici- pates in most school activities. Her competitive spirit becomes obvious in close basketball games. Softball 3, 45 Basketball 2, 5, 45 Vol- leyball 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 5, 4. KEVIN MICHAEL FITZPATRICK There is very little that bothers Kevir because he surrounds himself with tht things he enjoys: music, sports, anc cars, D.E.C.A. 45 Prom 3, 4. .fiilu-v",,. 'wer' RONNIE ALBERT GALIPEAULT Ronnie is a quiet person who devotes most of his spare time to sports. A skilled tennis player and skier, he plans a career in the skiing business. Tennis 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 4g Senior Receptiong junior-Senior Relay 4. PAULA LOUISE FOSTER Paulals sensitive personality is revealed through her sincere love of people and animals. She hopes to further her studies in a career of veterinary medi- cine. Softball 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 4. KIM FOULKES Soft-spoken Kim has the ambition and drive necessary to succeed in college. Majorette 35 Booster Club 2, 3. SUSAN LEE GALLANT Susan's flexible personality is reflected by her diversified interests such as candle-making, poetry and music. lg FREDA MARIE GALLANT Fred . . . reserved and friendly . . . finds skating invigorating . . . desires to enter college. DIANE MARIE FOUGERE jovial, good-natured Diane demon- strates her school spirit at sports events and rallies. She plans to attend vocational school with hopes of becoming a dental assistant. LINDA MARIE GAGNON Studious Linda prefers living in the country to living in the city. Owning and working a farm is her goal in life. BRENDA LEE GAUVIN Sincere, outgoing Bren takes an interest in folk-rock music and sports. She hopes to go to college and earn a nursing degree. Basketball 2, 4g Booster Club 3, 4g Thanksgiving Dance 4g Prom 5, 4. H9 WAYNE MAURICE GENDRON Wayne combines intelligence with strength and good looks in an attempt to complete the Superman image. Baseball 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4g Home- room Representative 2, 3, 4, junior- Senior Basketball 3, 4, MARK ANTHONY GIAQUINTO Proud of his Italian heritage, Mark spends his spare time listening to music or making an appearance at par- ties. His future includes travel abroad and law school. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Senior Reception, Relay Committee 5, 4. EILEEN MARIE GILLIS Eileen, the life of any party, has the rare ability to make good times hap- pen anywhere. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. 120 M w ,ft?... . wi in 1 R 'E Q 4 I 534- -1 A:-3315: Q CHARLES MICHAEL GIACOPPE Competitive, serious-minded "Chico" finds pleasure in listening to rock music and drawing. Indoor Track 3, 4, Track 2, 5, 43 Booster Club 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 4. f costa 1. ,Pisa-n Yiwu-4 "The People s Choice DAVID WILLIAM GIBBS David possesses a variety of talents from diving and gymnastics to music and drama. Swimming 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 43 Cho- rus 2, 35 Homeroom Representative 2. JOAN MILDRED GIRARD ,Ioan may appear to be reserved but her enthusiasm is brought out by a good football or basketball game, Thanksgiving Dance 4, Prom 4. ROBERT WAYNE GOERNER Behind his reserved appearance, Bob shares a concern for others which ena- bles him to be a good friend with anyone he knows. GARY ERNEST GIROUARD Playing hockey and practicing on his guitar are Gary's favorite pastimes. An outdoorsman, he plans a career in for- estry conservation. Hockey 3, 4g Prom 4, Senior Recep- tion. GARY JOSEPH GLENNY Interested in swimming, scuba diving, and skydiving, Gary hopes to pursue a career in aviation. Indoor Track 5. BRUCE GOGUEN Bruce prefers the music of Chicago and the excitement of hockey. He hopes to learn a trade during his tour of duty in the Navy. APRIL LOUISE GOGUEN April is a German scholar whose dis- tinctive personality makes her a wel- come friend, either here or in her adopted country - Germany. German Club 2, 3, 4, German II First Prize. LUCILLE THERESA GIROUARD Lucy, quiet and amicable, finds a wel- come challenge in making her own clothes. Het desire to help people is evidenced by her ambition to be a nurse. Chorus 3g Booster Club 4. MARYANN GNOZA Mary seems to find an activity for every season, from swimming in the summer to winter ice skating. D.E.C.A. 4g Prom 3, 4g Thanksgiving Dance 4, Senior Reception. WAYNE ARTHUR GOGUEN Wayne's competitive nature ena- bles him to achieve goals not pos- sible for others, and to set stand- ards and guidelines for others to follow. 121 KIM ADAMS GOODWIN 'IGoody," an able competitor in hockey and soccer, can also be found listening to music in his spare time. He plans to pursue his vocation at tractor training school. Soccer 3, 4, Marching Band Color Guard 3, 4. GAYLE ANN GRANT Gayle, a thoughtful person loves to express herself in writing. She is a country girl who enjoys horseback-rid- ing and swimming. Humanities 2, 3, 45 Thanksgiving Dance 43 Senior Prom, junior-Senior Relayg Boulder. STEPHANIE MICHELLE GRANT Steff, soft-spoken and congenial, has a pleasant disposition which will enable her to succeed as a nurse. Senior Prom 4. I 22 ROBERT FRANCIS GORDON Bob's interest in sports is reflected by his performance on the football field. He likes music and reading good books. Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 4, Student Council 3. DEBORAH ANN GORDON Deb's enthusiasm and co-operative spirit sparks the success of any school function. Cheerleader 3, 43 Prom 3, 4, Boulder, Student Council Officer 4. SHELLEY GRANT Shelley's love of horses reflects her future ambition for a degree in animal science. She aspires to excel in skiing. Spanish Club 3g Humanities 2, 3, 4. DEBRA JEAN GUGLIETTI Debbie's sparkling eyes reflect her happy, carefree nature. Band 2, Chorus 3g Booster Club 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. LISA .JEAN GOUDREAU Unassuming Lisa, enjoys listening to music and taking long walks. just sit- ting and talking to people makes her smile. Volleyball 4. W-.,,wn I I PATRICIA ANN HACHEY Dynamic Patti directs her boundless energy toward skiing and acting. While in college she hopes to major in drama. Cheerleader 5g Booster Club 2, 4g Prom 4g junior-Senior Relay 5, 4, jun- ior-Senior Basketball. CHARLES WILLIAM GUY Chuckie shows his class spirit by sup- porting the girls' swim meets. He hopes to study law enforcement, Golf 2, 5, Swimming 2, 4g Thanksgiv- ing Dance 4g Prom 4, Senior Recep- tion. ,IEAN NOELLA HACHEY Vivacious jean is usually in the mid- dle of a crowd of people making them smile. Fashioning her own styles and visiting the beach occupy a lot of her time. Volleyball Z, 33 Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 43 Senior Reception, ALLAN EMIL HAIMILA Allan practices golf in his spare time, in hope of someday becoming a pro- fessional golfer. He would also like to serve in the Army. ...divul- RAYMOND HAAKER A gifted track star, Ray has set numerous records in school and dis- trict competition. He plans to con- tinue his running career in college where he will major in biology. Cross-Country 2, 5, 4g Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. When Lipton blows the whistle . . . NORMA JEAN HALEY Norma treasures moments of quiet contemplation while walking in the rain or enjoying the first snowfall. Volleyball 2, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, junior Class Motto Committee. 123 SUSAN MA RY HALLSWORTH There are two sides to Sue: one is compassionate and caring: the other is witty and outspoken. Canoeing and horseback riding fill her leisure time. Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4g Boulder 4, Student Council 4. MARSHA EVA HAWKINS Marsha tries to make the most of life by reading and listening to music. Her future may revolve around medicine. Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Booster Club 2, 3, 4. Wm ...Z STEPHAN JOHN HANSON Walking in the woods or listening to music gives Hank the opportunity to think about life. He plans to become a computer programmer. Band 2, 3, 4g Chorus 3. NORIVIAN EDWARD HECKER Ambitious and spirited, "Scoop" gets into the sounds of Barbara Streisand, the excitement of New York City, and the expectation of a career in fashion retailing. Thanksgiving Dance 2, 3, 45 Prom 3, 4g junior-Senior Relay 5, 4g Home- room Representative 2, 3, 4. MEMORY GAIL HESLAM With a cheerful smile that bright- ens up anyone's day, Mem attracts friends on a ski slope or on a ten- nis court. Cheerleader 4g Booster Club 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Boulder, Student Council 4. You think YOU have a big spare tire? DOUGLAS EVERETT HAYN ES Studious, ambitious Doug takes an interest in all aspects of life from bowling to politics. Track 25 Boulder, Red and Gray 5, 4g Latin Ill First Prizeg Boys, State Dele- gate 5. .,f RUSSELL WILLIAM HORTON A zealous sportsman, Russ often uses his spare moments to hunt and fish. His outdoor spirit is reflected in his desire to enter the field of game man- agement. DENNIS PERLEY HILL Denny, eagerly waiting to join the state police force, spends most of his free time playing soccer and experi- menting with other sports. Junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Soccer 4. PAULA JANE HOBBS Paula, who finds contentment in read- ing and horseback riding, has a genu- ine love for people, evidenced by her desire to become an airline stewardess. Majorette 2, 3, 45 Chorus 5, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 4g Prom 3, 4. SANDRA JANE HOULE Sandy, who values honesty and sincer- JOHN ERWIN HOSKINS A self-proclaimed procrastinator, John values privacy and independence. ity in her friends, relaxes when she listens to Three Dog Night. E V., 1 A' SUE GWENDOLYN HILL Sue, a soft-spoken blonde with spar- kling blue eyes, finds serenity in look- ing at the countryside while riding her 10-speed bicycle. GARY WILLIAM HOLLAND A hockey-fanatic, Gary intends to develop his interest in sports through physical education. Hockey 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 5, 4, Booster Club 4, Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. JOHN MICHAEL IANNACONE "Roadrunner,' feels most comforta- ble while speeding down an open stretch of highway in his Plym- outh. He hopes to start a small construction business. Italian Club 2. l 25 MARK BRIAN JACQUES A world explorer, Mark plans to travel alone in order to learn and search for the ideal home. Senior Reception. BEI I Y LOUISE JOHNSON Betty is always ready to cheer her friends with a bright smile and exu- berant laugh. Basketball 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Chorus 25 Booster Club 3, 45 Basket- ball - Manager 4. STEVEN CHARLES JOHNSON For Steve, running is like capturing the world. Indoor Track 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 45 Soccer 45 Junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 Homeroom Representative 3. 126 STEVEN WAYNE JEFFRIES Steve has an aversion to Chinese food, but finds satisfaction listening to Cat Stevens and the Moody Blues. He hopes to travel while formulating plans for the future. Homeroom Representative 2g Soccer 2, 3. A relaxing moment before a big swim meet STEPHEN MICHAEL JOHNSON Johnny a quiet individual with a good sense of humor plans to open an auto body shop JEFFREY DAVID JOLLIMORE Quiet Jeff is a sports and travel minded individual. In the future he hopes to work as an offset printer in Florida. 11 ,-f LAWRENCE JOHN KATON Larry's quiet and understanding nature is revealed through his work with youngsters at the Neighborhood Cen- ter. Basketball 3, 4g Thanksgiving Dance 45 Prom 3, 4, Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. GARY PETER JONES A bowling enthusiast, Gary plans to further his education by majoring in physical education or math. JAMES EDWARD KADDY Jimmy is a diligent student with an amiable disposition. His drive and ambition assure his success in future endeavors. I.. . KEVIN PATRICK KEANE Carefree Kevin loves life and being with others. Horses and snow-covered hills fascinate this well-dressed Irish- man. Booster Club 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 4, Prom 3, 4g Dramatic Club 45 Page Staff 3, 4. KAREN MARIE KAZANJIAN Talkative Kaz is distinguished by a talent for cheering up friends. She plans to travel to Europe before ful- filling her hopes of becoming a spe- cial education teacher. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Humanities Club 3, 45 Boulder. JOEL R. KADDY Joel, attracted to cars and football, plans a career in the field of law enforcement. Football 2, 3, 4. JAMES JOHN KATON Jim . . . grasps opportunities . . . puts his soul into a game of basket- ball or football . . . strives to make life better for others . . . future career in law. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 5, 49 Junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 4g Prom 4. SHEILA MARIE KEEGAN Sheila delights in the company of people as well as in the solitude of the sea. A travel-minded person, she plans a career with the airlines. Basketball 2, D,E.C.A. 4, Thanks- giving Dance 4, Prom 4g Junior- Senior Relay 4. 127 ANNE KOPLEY Anne finds she can be herself by driv- ing alone in the country. Her future plans include a career in hair-styling. Booster Club 2, 5, 4g Prom 3, 45 jun- ior-Senior Relay 3. ANDREA KOVAL Leisurely Andy takes everything in stride. Her shy and quiet manner com- pletes the self-contented picture. JAMES ALLEN LAFLEUR jim . . . an exciting weekend of ski- ing on snow or water . . . anxious about playing golf on a well-groomed green. Golf 3, 4. 128 PERRY STANLEY KOT Shy P. K. has an affinity for sports as well as a passion for all kindsiof food. He aspires to become a coin collector. Baseball 3g Swimming 3g D.E.C.A. 4. CHERYL LYNN KOSKI Cheryl, an individualist, loves to wear clothes to match her mood. She hopes to become a fashion model. Booster Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 39 Prom 3. STEVEN ROBERT LACROSS Steve . . . listening to the beat of rock music . . . enthusiastic about running. Indoor Track 3, 4g Track 5, 4g junior- Senior Basketball 4g junior-Senior Relay 3, 4g Prom 4. PEGGY BARBARA LAKSO Peg, a petite and giggly member of the band, is devoted to any kind of music and hopes to further develop her interest by becoming a music teacher. Basketball 2, 5, 4g Volleyball 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4g Chorus 3, 4. ADEL GEORGE KOTOCH "Artie" . . . making friends . . . watching girls . . . waiting for week- ends.. . Homeroom Representative 2g junior- Senior Basketball 3. . L...-r L a LAWRENCE ROBERT LAPRADE Larry, whose favorite pastimes include skiing, snowmobiling, and listening to music, plans to become an electronics technician. THOMAS MARK LANDON Competitive "T" enjoys the challenge of sports. Although he can count many friends now, Tom seeks the large university atmosphere to broaden his social status. Football 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 2, 4, Prom 3, 4, ,Iunior-Sen- ior Relay 3, 4. CATHERINE MARGARET LANGLOIS A fan of all kinds of sports, Cathy particularly enjoys bowling and ice skating, She will further her education in college. Basketball 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 4, Booster Club 2, 43 junior-Senior Bas- ketball 4, MICHAEL ANGELO LASORSA "johnny,', a versatile member of our football and basketball teams, is a quiet and unpretentious individual who would like to become a book- keeper. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Prom 4. VALERIE ANN LANGILLE Val, who can be recognized by her subtle wit and generous attitude, hopes to travel after graduation. D.E.C.A. 4. Fingertip panels to hold you firmly here . . . and here. RICHARD WAYNE LASSILA Quiet, conscientious Rich is a diligent student who enjoys working on the sidelines at athletic events. College highlights his list of future plans. Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Reception. 129 LINDA MARIE LAURICELLA Warm-hearted Linda finds satisfaction in talking to people and helping with their problems. She plans to further her education at business college. Basketball 33 Volleyball 35 D.E.C.A. 45 junior-Senior Basketball 3. DIANE MARIE LEBLANC After an exhilarating day of skiing, Diane relaxes while listening to her records. Experience as a nurse's aide will be profitable to her as a surgical nurse, Volleyball 2, 4g Ski Club 2g Prom 3, 4. RANDALL CHARLES LAVOIE Randy, whose interests include music, baseball, and soccer, plans to study law. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 33 Soc- cer 4, junior-Senior Relay 4. MARC LEBLANC Extroverted Marc responds enthusias- tically to a good game of football or baseball. He likes wild parties, his '62 Impala, and his job at Friendly's. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, jun- ior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. RONALD JOSEPH LEBLANC The pleasure which Ronnie finds in working with cars is exceeded only by the challenge offered by hockey. Hockey 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4. LLOYD JOSEPH LEBLANC Lloyd takes his life day by day. He relaxes bv listening or dancing to music. Donna, how many times do I have to tell you, your flower's straight! ELIZABETH A. LEGERE Bowling or skiing occupies most of Elizabeth's spare time. She sees com- puter programming in her future. Senior Reception 4. ROSEMARIE HELEN LEBLANC Rose is fascinated by different types of people and their views of life. A sun worshipper, she hopes to travel to Africa. Basketball 4, Swimming 4g Booster Club 4. MARK .IAMES LEGER Mark . . . afternoon of golf or volley- ball . . . "The Three Stooges" . . . traveling. Golf 2, D.E.C.A. 4g Prom 3, 4g jun- ior-Senior Relay 3, 4. CAROLYN LEKAS Playing an exciting game of tennis or contentedly riding a horse, Carolyn finds equal enjoyment in excitement and solitude. .n I DONNA JEAN LEHTI NEN "Lates" . . . individual who doesnlt resort to following one clique . . . rock music . . . future career as a physical therapist. Volleyball 4, Humanities Club 2, 4, Red and Gray 3, 4, Competitive Plays 2, Booster Club 4. Volleyball 3, 4g Booster Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2. LINDA THERESA LEGENDRE Capricious Lin is recognized by her diligence for perfection and her love for laughter. She hopes to become a registered nurse. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Humanities Club 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 4g Boulder. THOMAS JOSEPH LEGER Tom takes many long walks along a "certain rugged trail" and is frequently surrounded by lots of people, most of which are females. Golf 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 3g D.E.C.A. 4, Prom 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. CURTIS ARTHUR LEMAY Curt is an enthusiastic sports-fan who plays softball and golf. Although undecided about a pro- fession, he plans to go to college. 131 DONALD RICHARD LEMAY Donny, the playboy of our class, sur- rounds himself with his many good friends. DEBRA ANN LEMIEUX Debbie values her independence and the right to make her own decisions. She hopes to pursue this philosophy as a teacher. junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. LINDA JEAN LIDBERG Linda is famous for her witty stories. She is happiest entertaining her friends or caring for small children. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 33 Booster Club 2, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Prom 3. 132 MARC DENNIS LEMAY Marc, usually co-operative, is happiest when putting on the greens. Telling his original sick jokes and making friends smile give him satisfaction. Golf 2, 3, 4, Prom 4. N cf LZL7' If you can't lick cm stick em' ,IOANNE EMILIE LIATSIS Joniis zest for life is reflected by her love of music and sports. Her sociabil- ity will enable her to make lasting friendships as she continues her educa- tion. Band 2, 35 Chorus 3, 4, Softball 4, Humanities Club 25 junior-Senior Relay 45 Homeroom Representative 3, 4. LENORA MAY LINHART Lovable Lee with her smile creates a warm atmosphere wherever she is. She is an avid Bruins fan. Being a certified public accountant is in Lee's future. Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Humani- ties Club Zg "Mame,,g "Gypsyf, JOHN S. LUKAS Famous for his '55 Buick, john is a talented artist whose future plans are in the developmental stages. GARY HARTWELL LINDER Gary, a determined hockey player with potential to enter the professional ranks, makes the Civic Center his sec- ond home. Hockey 2, 5, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. SUSAN ELAINE LONG Susan's involvement in horseback rid- ing and raising tropical fish will help to prepare her for a career in veteri- nary medicine. Senior Reception. DEBORAH ANN MAKI Debbie, who attracts people with her understanding nature and bright smile, sees married life as her future. KENNETH SCOTT MacDONALD A quiet individual with a distinctive laugh, Kenny is also a talented ath- lete. He hopes to pursue a college career with a major in physical educa- tion. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Senior Reception, junior-Senior Relay 4, jun- ior-Senior Basketball'4. Booster Club 2. CARLA DUAINE LOMBARD Carla looks to a basketball game for a challenge and to a rainy day at the beach for solitude. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, 4, jun- ior-Senior Relay 5, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. KEVIN GEORGE LUCI ER Kevin, who enjoys the lazy feeling of a long hot summer day, has a special interest in foreign languages. GAYLE MARY MAKI Gayle's lighthearted spirit and understanding nature win her numerous friends. These attitudes, together with an interest in chil- dren, spell a successful career for her as a social worker. Volleyball 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 4, Senior Reception, junior-Senior Relay 4. 133 KAREN FRANCES MAKI Karen, who is usually shy, displays her innate enthusiasm while cheering at athletic events. The nursing profes- sion headlines her list of prospective plans. Booster Club 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 33 Senior Reception. -JOHN ALFRED MARSHALL john, a dedicated hockey player, has an acerbic sense of humor that enter- tains his many friends, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 33 Booster Club 3, 4, Boulder, Homeroom Repre- sentative. DEBRA ANN MATHIEU Deb, full of enthusiasm, enjoys cheer- ing and socializing, but also spending quiet moments with people close to her. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Prom 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, jun- ior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. 134 MARILYN MANOOSHIAN "Manoosh',, who worships the sun and the Red Sox, also devotes much of her time and money to her beauti- ful wardrobe. It is no wonder that she plans a career in buying and designing fashions. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Boulder. STEVEN PAUL MAKINEN Steven is involved in many diversified activities from debating national issues to sailing and bowling. GARY FRANCIS MARTINES If Marty isn't displaying his skill in basketball, he's out looking for a good time. A career in the electronics field is in his future. Basketball 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Football 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Senior Reception. EDGAR GERARD MAURICE Edgar's diligence and patience makes him an individual who is well worth knowing. JAMES BRADLEY MARCEAU jim's quiet nature signifies his patience and determination. His aspira- tions include the future proprietorship of his father's store. STEVEN THOMAS MCDONALD Steve possesses a kind and perserver- ing nature. He plans to develop a career as a sports announcer. Senior Reception to the Faculty. DARLENE GLENA MAYNE Darlene, an ambitious member of the work study program, travels in her lei- sure time. She intends to work in the insurance business in the future. Senior Reception. ,IUDITH MARGARET MCDERMOTT -Iudy, an energetic majorette, enjoys participating in outdoor sports, and discussing her wild ideas with friends. Volleyball 3, 4g Majorette 2, 3, 4g Booster Club 4. CAROL ANN McGRATH Carol spends her spare time watching school football and hockey games. Her future includes a secretarial career, Homeroom Representative 3, Senior Reception. LUCILLE ANNE McCAULIFF A cheery smile, a bubbly giggle, and an understanding word reflect Lucy's Warm personality. Booster Club 4, junior Literary Club, Prom 3. .rag ff Is this what they mean by "open campus"? WILLIAM JAMES MCINTOSH Active in sports, Mac is especially tal- ented in basketball and football. His future plans include furthering his education. Basketball 2, 5, 4, Football 2, 3, 43 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. 135 ELLYN MARY McNAMARA Ellyn's brilliant smile serves as a cheerful greeting to all who meet her. Her patient and cooperative spirit will aid her in raising a family. Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4. EUNICE HELEN MENDELE Looking forward to a career as a book- keeper, Eunice passes her time with bowling, horseback riding, and listen- ing to music. Prom 3, 4. GEORGE FRANCIS McSHEEHY "Buzzy" is an individual who can turn any quiet moment into an exciting time. Baseball 3, Track 35 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball Game 3, 4. JOHN FREDERICK MILLER ,Iohn's gregarious, outgoing nature makes him popular with all who know him. MICHAEL PHILIP MOLAGHAN Mike's comic abilities have made him one of the most popular members of our class. He is also a staunch sup- porter of all our athletic teams. Prize Speaking 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4g Thanksgiving Dance 4g junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. this KATHLEEN JEANNE MICHAUD Walks along the oceanside, sketches of the outdoors, and reading fill a lot of Karhy's time. Dramatic Club 2g French Club 35 Ski Club 2, 3, 4g junior Literary Clubg Senior Reception. 1 I've been standing here 40 days and 40 nights, and I'm tired of this! STEPHEN DONALD MULLINS Steve passes time by listening to good music and engaging in interesting con- versation. After completing his educa- tion he hopes to travel. Senior Reception, junior-Senior Bas- ketball 3, 4. GAIL MONTESION Perky Gail, a skillful mathematician, has a beaming smile and a realistic outlook on life. CAROL ANN MORIN Carol, our popular class secretary, has an air of sophistication which com- bines with her distinct good looks to make her a sure success in life. Prom 3, 4g Class Officer 3, 4. PATRICIA MURRAY Patty can usually be found telling jokes or laughing at just about any- thing. She plans to study nursing at Boston Children's Hospital. Basketball 3, 43 Majorette 43 Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 43 Senior Reception. MICHAEL MULLOY Mike, a talented trackster, plans to continue his running in college. He hopes to major in a scientific field. Cross-Country 2, 3, 43 Indoor Track 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 43 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. DIANE LOUISE MORIN Diane finds satisfaction and enjoyment in caring for her cats. She plans a future in the nursing profession. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Prize Speaking 2, 33 junior-Senior Bas- ketball 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 4. DEBRA LORRAINE MORRIS Walking along the beach at sunrise . . . listening to music . . , talking with good friends . . . Debbie. Band 2, 33 Chorus 3, 43 Volleyball 43 Humanities Club 2, Booster Club 4. DAVID JOSEPH NADEAU David has a competitive nature which is shown by his desire to enter a chal- lenging profession, In his spare time he skis, and plays basketball. 137 ROBERT JAMES NIEMI Quiet, yet personable, Bob is a sincere individual who enjoys participating in track, and playing hockey or chess in his spare time. Boulder, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 4, Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. MARCIA ANN OGILVIE Marcia, a quiet and companionable girl, likes meeting people. She hopes to attend a school of hair-dressing. Volleyball 2, Ski Club 2. HOLLY ELIZABETH OLSON Holly seeks to understand people and make them happy. She appreciates the beauty in nature, and dreams of travel- ing abroad. Booster Club 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4: Prom 4. 138 ERNEST JOSEPH NILES, JR. Four-foot-two Ernie, otherwise known as "Minibrute,', has prospects of a professional career with the California Cuties. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Senior Reception, Competitive Plays 4. x lmisii I am woman, hear me roar' DANIEL STEVEN O'LEARY Danny, a man of the world, holds an opinion on almost any subject - from skiing to politics. Soccer 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Reception, Junior-Senior Basketball 3. ELISE MARIA ORLANDO Elise's inventiveness is shown by her distinctive taste in fashion and her love of art. She plans to travel and attend college. Basketball 3, 4, Booster Club 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, 3g Page 3, Prom 3, 4. KENNETH PARKER Unpretentious Kenny has genuine concern for those about him. LAURIE ADELAIDE OSBORNE Lori's work with the underprivileged as well as her dedication to the Boulder show her to be a remarkable person. She will attend Smith College. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Ger- man Club 2, 3, Humanities 2, 3, 4, Boulder. ATHENA PANAGIOTES Athena's internal qualities of sincerity and concern for those closest to her, perfectly compliment her external beauty. Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Prom 3g junior- Senior-Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Bas- ketball 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. DOREEN THERESA PELLETIER Sociable Doreen enjoys collecting glass and candle figures. She plans to become a secretary. Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Major- ette 3, Homeroom Representative 3. MICHAEL ROLAND PELLAND Mike, an active booster of all school sports, is also a strong supporter of the Canadiens. After college he would like to live in Montreal. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. ALISON MARIE PAGE A bright smile on a stormy day . . . an understanding nature that searches for a long and lasting relationship ...Al. Thanksgiving Dance 4, Proms 3, 4. CHERYL ANN PANDISCIO A cheerful girl, Cheryl enjoys meeting different people, having a good time, or just taking quiet walks along the beach. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Cheerleader 33 Boulder. KRISTEN LAINE PELTONEN Kristen, whose diversified interests include reading, psychology, and sky diving, is adept at learning languages. She will devote her future time to traveling and college. Band 2, 3, German II Prize 3, Auxi- lium Latinum Prize 2. 139 MARIA ELENA PERLA Maria, who loves the outdoors and animals, has a light-hearted disposi- tion. She sees marriage in her future. JONATHAN RODNEY PIERCE A man of few words, jon often seeks the solitude of the outdoors. Hunting, fishing, and camping provide him with a welcome change from the has- sle of everyday life. PATRICIA ANN PORTER Patty, always cheerful and smiling, enjoys working with children and going to parties. She plans to be an x- ray technician and to travel to Europe in the Navy. Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 4, Prom 5, Boulder. 140 KIM ELAINE PHANEUF Kim's love for children will benefit her in teaching small children. Volleyball 2, 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, Prom 3, 4. DANIEL NIEL PERSSON Complicated hobbies such as photog- raphy and astronomy intrigue Danny. He hopes to become a computer pro- grammer. RORY SCOTT PIERCE Rory, a talented artist, illustrates his creativity in his original drawings. He hopes to enter either the Coast Guard or Merchant Marine. DENISE CLAIRE PRINCE Denise, ambitious and realistic about her future, enjoys the quiet side of life, being alone and sharing good times with close friends. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boulder, Swimming 3, 4, Softball 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 3, 4. RHONDA -IEAN PHILLIPS Conscientious Rhonda spends most her spare time caring for children watching soap operas. A career mathematics is in her future. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, Prom 3, First Prize: French I and Plane Geometry. Q . MA RK OSMO PUPUTI Mark, an advocate of skiing and ten- nis, possesses mathematical sl ills which will provide a sound basis for a career in mechanical engineering. Tennis 2, 3, 4. CATHY PROCELL Cathy s dignified attitude eams her the respect of all her classmates. CHRISTOPHER BEN PROGEN Chris' enthusiastic interest in chorus, band, and musical productions, sup- ports his choice for a career in music. Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4g Musical Productions 2, 3, 4. CLAIRE GAYLE PTAK Claire possesses great talent and origi- nality in domestic jobs, such as sewing and cooking. She intends to pursue a secretarial career. Booster Club 4. N Ar SHIRLEY ANN QUASTELLO Beneath the constant laughter lies a warm and trustworthy individual . . , everyone's friend . . . Shirley. Basketball 3, 45 Volleyball 5, 4, Cho rus 4, Booster Club 4, junior Senior Basketball 3, 4. Here comes the sun! MARY RUTH QUINN With a smile and a laugh that soon become contagious, Mary is a friend whose concemed and frank nature is appreciated by all her friends. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 4, Prom 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. 141 MARGARET CHRISTINE QUINTAL Pegi's unique personality is exhibited in her original culinary and sewing creations. She plans to seek employ- ment in an office. Booster Club 4, Prom 3, 4. MARIE RAJCULA Marie's intellectual capacity, athletic prowess, and unending patience, make her not only an amazing individual but also a valuable friend. Softball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Swim- ming 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Literary Clubs 3, 4. JAMES ROBERT RABOIN Whether listening to good music, watching a football game, or soaking up the sun at Hampton, jimmy can find something to keep himself busy. Booster Club 4, Prom 4. MOLLIE TERESA REEVES Mollie, whose extracurricular activities include swimming, cooking, and horseback riding, intends to continue her education. Swimming 3, Dramatic Club 2, Ski Club 4, Senior Reception. ROBIN CLAIRE RENDA Robin, whose dream is to work as an airline stewardess, has a genuine con- cern for the people around her. D.E.C.A. 4, Thanksgiving Dance 4, Prom 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. REGINA KAY RATLIFF "Casey'l, cheering us with her bright smile, is our own Southern Belle. Give her a book or a basketball, and she'll be entertained for hours. Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Booster Club 2, 3, Page 3. U.. i ,WEE lsiie "We've got the whole school on our sidell' - 5- xx X A: .xxx ,Q . gf QT xxx Litnxxri, 1559 CAROL ANN RI LL Carol's reserved personality belies a :letermined and realistic disposition. She enjoys the fast action of motorcy- :le riding and hockey. Prom 3, 4, Senior Reception, Thanks- giving Dance 4. NN-in JOYCE MARIE REVOLTI 'Edith Annu with her vibrant smile and personality hopes for a career as a para-medic. Booster Club 2, 3, 45 junior-Senior Relay 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Proms 3, 4. CAROL ANN RICHARD The practical experience that Carol has gained by working in the main office, combined with her cheerful disposition will make her an excellent secretary. THOMAS -JOSEPH ROBICHAUD Tennis, work and sports cars are Robi's principal interests. His future plans include college and living in the country. Tennis 2, 3, 4, Senior Reception. SUSAN MARIE RIVARD Sue surrounds herself with beauty especially art and music. Her goal is to travel to Europe. CYNTHIA ,JANE RICE Contented Cindy delights in horseback riding, skiing, and playing forward in a fast game of basketball. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Prom 4. PAUL REGINALD RICHARD Paul, who divides his spare time between his musical and athletic pur- suits, plans to undertake a career in retailing. Football 25 D.E.C.A,g Proms 3, 4, jun- ior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. TIMOTHY JOSEPH ROBINSON Tim is known for his outgoing per- sonality. He is a sports enthusiast who enjoys skiing, fishing and football. Ski Club 3. 143 CAROL .IEAN RODRIQUEN Z Carol's dream of founding an orphan- age on a farm indicates her love of children and nature. She enjoys the New England seasons and the music of Beethoven. First Prize, Putnam Humane Essay 2, 3. ROBERT RAYMOND ROMANO Studious Bob has an interest in sports both as a player and as a fan. He hopes to further his education with emphasis on a scientific field. Track 2, 3, 43 Soccer 4g junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4. KEVIN DAVID ROY Kevin's ability both as an athlete and a student will help him in his career in law enforcement. Football 2, 45 Indoor Track 45 Home- room Representative 2. 144 K! REN MARIE ROMANO Karen's concern for others and enthu- siasm for life are both admirable qual- ities. After graduation she hopes to secure a job as a secretary. Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 3, 4g Prom 3, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. Mom thinks all of my friends are asses! ROBERT HECT OR ROUSSEAU "Fox", who displays athletic prowess in golf and baseball, has a passion for Chinese food. He will continue his schooling in college. Golf 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 5, 4. SHARON RYAN Sharon displays an air of quiet self- confidence which will allow her to determine her own life style and val- ues. Lal' N ALFRED ROBERT SAVAGEAU Fred combines music, sports, and liter- ature to round out a more magnetic personality. His plans include a career of pharmacy. Swimming 2, 5, 4, German Club 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Amiott Award 5. DONALD ARTHUR ST. ARMAND "Skibby", the class clown, loves crowds and music. His ability to make people laugh will always assure him popularity. Cross-country 2, Track 2, Soccer 3, Homeroom Representative 5, Booster Club 4. MARK ROBERT SANDS Mark, who possesses an air of quiet sophistication, hopes to continue his education with a major in forestry. Hockey 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Proms 3, 4, Senior Reception, junior-Senior Relay 4. BERNARD JOSEPH SCHULTZ Bernie has an inexhaustible interest in sports, especially in basketball and baseball. He plans to continue his edu- cation. Baseball 2, Humanities Club 2, Bas- ketball 2, "Page" 4. GAIL DORA SCHOERNER Gail's enjoyment of meeting and working with people will prove help- ful in her planned career as a regis- tered nurse. Thanksgiving Dance 4, Prom 4. ROBIN MARION ST. CYR Robin is attracted to the challenge of both horseback riding through the woods and skiing down snowy slopes. Volleyball 2, Booster 3, Ski Club 2, Thanksgiving Dance 2. KAREN ROSEMARIE SANSOSSIO Karen . . . waiting for winter . . . watching hockey . . . eyes of deep thought. Booster Club 4, junior-Senior Relay 5. I RICHARD JOSEPH SCHULTZ The ease with which Dickie conveys his feeling wins him many friends. At present, he plans a career in the area of medicine, Basketball 3, 4, Golf 4, Booster Club 4, Homeroom Representative 2, 3, Thanksgiving Dance 4. 145 'IAMES MICHAEL SCHWARTZ Whether he is playing chess, hunting, or studying, jim achieves perfection. His goal in life is to become a nuclear engineer. Baseball 2, Hockey 35 German Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Television Quiz Team 3, 4. f I a HOWARD EDWARD SHADD Whether it's playing his guitar or ski- ing, Eddie takes pride in every thing he does. He finds inspiration in the quiet sounds of james Taylor and Car- ole King. Soccer 3. KATHLEEN JEAN SHATTUCK Kathyis love for new and exciting places has stimulated a desire to travel. She is a fan of both football and soft- ball. D.E.C.A. 146 DAVID SECINO Well-rounded Dave is a main-stay on the defenses of both hockey and foot- ball. His vigor and zeal guarantee future success. Football 2, 3, 4g Hockey 2, 3, 4, Ital- ian Club 2, 3, 4. PAULA SCIABARRASI Paula enjoys the simple things in life like walking along the beach or jump- ing in autumn leaves. She also has a desire to see the world. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Prom 3, junior-Senior Basketball. BIRDENA ANN SHANNON Versatile Betty's wide world of fun includes animals, children, and jour- nalism. When not working for Wom- enls Lib, she plans to become a dental assistant. Booster Club 3, 4, Publicity Club 35 Page. THOMAS EDWARD SHEA Tom's interest in repairing cars and motorcycles has put his mechanical ability to good use. DONNA CONCETTA SEVIGNY Dor1na's vivacious nature is balanced by her sensitive concern for her friends. Her athletic ability has been a considerable asset to our softball and basketball teams. Basketball 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4g Senior Reception, Senior Prom. ws SANDRA MARY SKEHAN Sandy, with her effervescent personal- ity and bright outlook on life, brings happiness to whomever she meets. Basketball 3, 4g Booster Club 3, Ski Club 35 Junior-Senior Basketball 5, 4. RUDGLPH WERNER SIART Calm and contented Rudy may be found either working hard or resting quietly in the country. Baseball 2, Hockey 2. JAAN A SIN IKKA SIPONMAA Soft-spoken jaana enjoys riding around in her own car, and spending time with close friends. She hopes to become a hairdresser. DANIEL PHILLIP SMITH A hardworking member of our class, Danny hopes' to enter the field of accounting. He believes that talking with people is the best way to leam. First Prize: Bookkeeping I. STEPHEN JOHN SIMONEAU Stephen, whose interest is taping vari- ous kinds of music, will enter college to major in the law enforcement pro- gram. What do you think, guys? I've been practicing this little number for months' DARYL EVAN SMITH Daryl, a talented drummer and guitar player, uses his spare moments to play hockey. In the future, he hopes to pursue a broadcasting career. Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4g Page 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Prom 3, 4. 147 ,JEFFREY RICHARD SMITH jeff has an interest in all sports with emphasis on hockey, skiing, and hunt- ing. He plans to utilize his scholastic ability in the field of radiological technology, Baseball 35 Hockey 3, 45 Soccer 3, 4g Senior Reception 4. SHARON RAE SMITH Sharon's scholastic ability combined with her inherent charm make her a refreshing individual. MICHAEL PETER SMITH Mike is both a skillful swimmer and a talented drummer. His plans after graduation include traveling across the country to California. Swimming 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 2, 3, 4g Marching Band 2, 3, 4. ,IOANNA MARIA SPANO 'jd' has a desire to visit other coun- tries and observe the different cultures of the world, Her love for working with children is indicated by her goal of becoming an elementary school teacher. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 4. LINDA SUSAN STARSIA Linda spends most of her time horse- back riding and partying. Her future includes a career as a secretary. Volleyball 2, 3, 4g Booster Club 3, 4g Ski Club 2, 33 Prom 35 Senior Recep- tion 4. SHE RRI LEEANN SMITH This cute, gullible senior loves walk- ing on snowy days, reading Shake- speare, and eating peanut butter and banana sandwiches. Booster Club 3, 4g Prom 35 Page 4g junior-Senior Basketball 4. Come closer and cut up my orange sneakers! LAURA JEAN SYRJAN EN Laura's warmth and enthusiasm shines through whenever she smiles upon your World. Band 2, 33 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 45 Junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4g Boulder. JUDITH LYNN STEVENS Before pursuing a career in nursing, Judy, an accomplished dancer and equestrian, hopes to see the world and discover herself. Chorus 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 2, 33 Junior-Senior Basketball 35 Humanities Club 3. DEBORAH ANN STRAKA Debbie's quick wit and adventurous spirit can liven any gathering. She hopes to attend Fitchburg State Col- lege and become a teacher. Basketball 2, 4g Volleyball 2, 45 Booster 2, 4g Junior-Senior Relay 4. JUNE MAE TAINTER June, who hopes to go into the field of animal care, has a special knack for getting lost in Boston. She relaxes by playing baseball and bowling. FILOMENA TAFURI Cheerful Mena has an interest in trav- eling and cooking. She looks forward to a career as an airline stewardess. Swimming 3g Booster Club 2, 3, 4g Junior Promg Senior Promg Senior Reception to the Faculty. ELISABETH STEWART "Nor as a smile always shows glad- ness, does a frown always show sad- ness." Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 4, Prom 33 Boulder, Dramatic Club 25 Spanish II - First Prize. SUE MARGARET STRATTON Gentle and creative, Suels mind is filled with pictures of art, and a love for music. Prize Speaking 2, Junior Literary Club. CHRISTINE TASIS Bright and cheery Tina is an enthusi- astic fan of both football and hockey. Basketball 35 Junior-Senior Relay 3. 149 V CAROL CECILE TAYLOR Carol finds satisfaction working with children, reading love stories, and spending time with her friends. ,IACKLYNN ANNA TAYLOR jackie enjoys varied interests including water sports and solving friends' prob- lems. Her future plans revolve around a secretarial career. Booster Club 2, 35 Thanksgiving Dance 45 Prom 4. DONNA CLAIRE TESTAGROSSA A fan of volleyball and basketball, Donna "gets a kick out of Watching the Harlem Globe Trotters? She plans a future in secretarial work. Basketball 2, 3, 4g Volleyball 2, 3, 45 jun- ior-Senior Basketball 5, 45 Senior Recep- tiong Red and Gray 3. 150 DEBRA ANN TAYLOR Debbie has enthusiasm that never lets up. She is known for slightly crazy antics like stealing apples in the rain. Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 35 Literary Club 3, 45 Homeroom Representative 2, 3. LL National Geographic . . . the SHARON ELIZABETH TAYLOR To Sharon the outdoors represents a place for thoughtful reflection. Booster Club 3, 45 junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. -IEAN THERESA THERRIEN jean, who can frequently be seen at Baronels, lives for the summer when she can either play tennis or go horse- back riding. Basketball 3, 45 Volleyball 45 Booster Club 5, 45 Prom 3. A next best thing to Playboy. , in Q ,-,i I JOHN URATO 3'Urats" a fan of soccer and basketball, voices his opinions when in the com- pany of close friends. He plans to enter the field of computer technol- ogy. Soccer 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4. IVY EARL TIGS Ivy, our dedicated class president, has special talents for both helping and teasing people. He plans to become a social worker. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4. PETER TROEST Peteris unique sense of humor makes him a welcome addition to any party. HELEN MIRJA UUSITALO A winning combination . . . Helen's attractive personality and peaceful soul. Band 2, 3, German II prize. MARY MARGARET URQUHART Maryis enthusiasm for Germany is surpassed only by her desire to become an airline stewardess. Booster Club 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 4. DIANA LYNN TITUS Diana's dry sense of humor and con- sideration for others make her popular with all who know her. She hopes to become a nurse and specialize in obstretrics. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Musical Productions 2, 3, 4. ANN MARIE TUSIA Ann is happiest when sewing or watching football games. Her quiet and understanding nature finds her many friends. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Sen- ior Reception, Italian Club 3. SCOTT PAUL VALLEY Scott, one of our more music-minded students entertains his friends with hilarious antics and witty comments. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Musicals 2, 3, 4. 151 DEAN GUS VALLIS "Cisco',, an asset to any team, is a gifted musician and plans to continue with music as his major in college. Football 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4g Competitive Plays 3, 4, Band 4, junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4. RICHARD MORRIS VIENS Athletic Rick dreams of buying a new car and joining the state police force. Baseball 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4, jun- ior-Senior Relay 3, 4g junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4, Prom 4. SANDRA CHRISTINE WALKER Sandy, usually involved in her own thoughts, appears quiet and noncha- lant. She plans to become an elemen- tary school teacher. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Basketball 3, 4g Prom 4. 152 EDWARD LOUIS VARIEUR "Arna's" philosophy of life is to be happy. He looks toward a career in computer technology. junior Prom, Senior Promg Senior Reception to the Faculty, junior-Sem ior Basketball 3, 4. or., if BRUCE JACOB VANDEBROCK Bruce's appreciation of art work and love of foreign languages shows his humanistic attitude towards life. Prize Speaking 2. PAMELA MARIA WADE Watching football games and helping people make Pam happy. She shows her sensitivity in her desire to enter the field of physical therapy. Booster Club 3, 4g Competitive Plays 3, 4g Senior Prom, Senior Reception. RHONDA JEAN WALSH Rhonda, who dreams of living in Montreal, expresses herself by writing sensitive poetry. "Page" 2. QF4' CLAIRE MARIE VEZINA Claire can be recognized by her cheer- ful smile and friendly disposition. Marriage is included in her future plans. D.E.C.A. 4g Thanksgiving Dance 4g Prom 3, 4. ,ff SUSAN LOUISE WOODCOME Sue, an active member of the Booster Club, can be found at almost every athletic event. In her spare time she bowls and swims. Volleyball 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 4, junior-Senior Relay 4, junior Basketball 4. ROBERT ADAMS WARE Quiet and conscientious Robert is a hardworking individual with a strong will to succeed. He plans to continue his studies in college. Band 3, 45 Algebra II Prize Exam 3g Geometry Prize Exam 5. SYLVIA ANN WILLIAMS Domestic Sylvia prefers cooking, sew- ing, and babysitting to outdoor activi- ties. Her interests also encompass art- work and piano lessons. CAROLYN CARTER WOODS "Pampa", who is presently content with skiing or just riding through Lunenburg Center, plans in the future to attend college with a major in physical education. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 4, junior-Senior Relay 3, 45 junior-Senior Basketball 4, Homeroom Representa- tive 2. .nr-r""" MARY ANN WHEELER Mary, gentle and unassuming, is a tal- ented seamstress and proficient mathe- matician. She hopes to become a math teacher. Boulder, Literary Club 3, 4. A Farewell to Arms ROBERT JAMES WOTTON Bob, Fitchburg High's competent quarterback, aspires to become a real estate broker. Football 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Booster Club 4, junior-Senior Basketball 4. 153 SANDRA JEANNE WUOTI Because of her charming smile and warm personality, Sandy is surrounded by friends. She is an avid skier and a creative seamstress. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4. ANTHONY .JOSEPH ZARRELLA Tony, a witty and interesting indivicl- ual, is the kind of person anyone STEVEN PAUL ANTHONY ZANGHI "Ziggy", who has a known talent for organization, is a skilled chess player and enthusiastic football fan. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Prom 35 Class Officer 3. LYNN MARY ZICHELLE Whether on horseback, or on the ski slopes, Lynn is always looking for Y adventure. Her future consists of mar- riage and a career as a medical secre- tary. would be happy to have as a friend. Prom 4. Chorus 2, Booster Club 2, 35 Thanks- giving Dance 2, 3, Italian Club 2, Mame 2. I W' aw ly 3 . 4 l , 9 As m bers of the one-hundred and sort ful memoriesl J As so omores, we came tbgether not unified, and unprepared to work as a class. Sophomore year was a struggle, but junior yea I we were too busy to k bac, Making preparations for the prom, competitive plays, basketball game, and relay made us aware of true coo ation. Unity, which s once far away, began to grow into something more realistic. Sudde ly our' enior year was upon us. Tremendous victories in academic, athletic, and class competition proved to us that the unity we wished to aghie was finally ours. With this goal accomplished, however, we must still face a greater challenge: to be successful in life. days with both joyful As youriclass officers, we sincerely hope that each of you will endeavor to achieve worthy goals, and that you will find self-fulfillmcnt,M happiness and success in the future. PRESIDENT - IVY TIGS VICE PRESIDENT - JAMES DIBENEDE'I'I'O SECRETARY - CAROL MORIN H TREASURER - STEPHEN DIPASQUALE M, "' at ,, mix' if ,li 35? ,i i7"h"'3 fag Q, M +4 Q 6 lrllnig L s 'gg Y ' 5 1392 'M :ltr-I ., , , 'M ew' ' '55-1,7 '4 9 President: Mark Fiorentino Secretary: janet LaBe1le Vice-President: Anne McNamara Treasurer: Beth Capone Advisor: Mr. Richard J. Lavers We would like to express our sincere best wishes to you, the class of '74, for a satisfying and rewarding senior year x Qww Advertisements Acme Floor Covering 228 Massachusells Avenue . Acme Mainlenance and Supply 86 Lunenburg Slreel ...... Advanced Coa'I'ings Company Wesfminsler ............. 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