Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)

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Bft MKB fi BMIHBBHHHHBffl BBB BBfiBBSiUffiBUBBBBfciWPfc SAXIFRAGE 1964 H fl Hi Waft DfCw Em ' will I H B HH off 1 ' J ■ ivv; ■ H Sri ■gff " In ■ ■ ' ■ ■■ ■H In yufluDQ H C-. ' ' I J Published by SENIOR CLASS 1 MASSACHUSETTS STATE COLLEGE I at FITCHBURG 1 w e Came We Learned We Conquered We came as sheep lost from the fold — We came as wanderers unknown — e came not knowing why we came. Like many orphans left alone, W e banded others to our lot And strove to conquer the great storm. We battled knowledge many days, Then licked our wounds and cuts in stride And lost the skirmish of revolt. We joined another regiment And banished Colonel Ignorance From all our thoughts and all our plans. A mighty army we arose — The weak were slaughtered in the war — The injured battled for their lives. Defeat, the traitor, fled the scene — Lord Knowledge led our famous corps Through volumes garnished with great depth. Our wisdom grew as days fled by Afraid to challenge armies great Till came the dawn of knowledge true. The battles of our younger days Had left few scars to mark our past As higher ranks were handed us. We came, we learned, we conquered all — We fought the battle to the last And won the right to join the world. But in the future of this world, Sir Ignorance will come again To challenge us in battles great; But with Lord Knowledge on our side, Again we ' ll fight this deadly sin And in the end will win. by Shari Lee Whipple ' 64 FOREWORD Table of Contents Foreword Administration Class Sponsors Dedication Faculty A Look at Autumn A Look at Winter A Look at Spring A Last Look Seniors 2 4 7 8 10 19 37 63 108 112 President James J. Hammond Captured on these pages of memory and memorabilia are impressions and likenesses, facts and fancies of the college as you have known it. Herein is recorded and preserved views, feelings, impressions — a different set for each of you — formed out of personal identification and experience. So depicted are buildings and places forever reminiscent of situations and associations; the faculty, those timeless Olym- pians who served you and your purposes in varying measures, roles and capacities; the organizations with which you were identified and to which you pledged lasting loyalty; the students with whom you shared dreams, ideals and escapades. Such is your Saxifrage. Time will tell whether it will be simply a record of your undergrad- uate days, a reference in times of nostalgia, the end of a chapter or the end of the book. It is for each of you a lasting contact with all your classmates. Let not your graduation be an ending but along with other alumni, through continued association with your college in personal, social and professional en- deavor, help to write additional memorable chapters in the history of the State College at Fitchburg. Dean of Instruction HELEN R. RUSSELL Dean of Instruction " So much one man can do that does both act and know. " (R. Lovelace) Activity and vitality mark the days of this conscientious capable woman. Her sincere efforts and sympathetic nature are greatly appreciated by all students. Dean of Admissions JOSEPH DURANT Dean of Admissions " Let ' s all work together for the good of all. " A man who never loses his sense of humor is indeed, a great asset. En- dowed with a keen understanding, he successfully aids many students from admission through placement. Dean of Women DEAN JOSEPHINE BOLGER " Service and loyalty . . . " These two words are the keynote of this woman in her role as Dean of Women. Her efficiency, ready knowl- edge and experience aid her through her busy days. Dean of Men DEAN WILLIAM FITZGIBBON " The point is . . . " This familiar phrase is indicative of this understanding, eager, well in- formed man who is open minded and free for discussion. His sense of hu- mor is a valuable asset in his role as Dean of Men. ■I Class Sponsors IRENE PASSIOS " Happiness and mirth . . . " A warm, vibrant sponsor whose pleas- ant manner, cheerful outlook, and en- couraging words, helped the class of ' 64 through many activities. DR. EDWARD DONNI I 1 Y " Reason and calm judgment, the qual- ities specifically belonging to a leader. " This level headed, conscientious man. was readih available with ideas and advice. The class of ' 64 thanks you for four successful ears. 1964 SAXIFRAGE DEDICATION Dr. Adele M. Driscoll The Class of ' 64 proudly dedicates its yearbook to DR. ADELE DRISCOLL, a graduate of Fitchburg State College, Boston University, and a woman of vast and varied talents. For her work with children and adults, we admire her . . . For her tireless and sincere efforts in the teaching field, we thank her . . . And. above all, for her dedication to an admirable ideal- -the educated man — we respect her. 10 i f " FACULTY (I ] 1 Fine Arts MR. ARSENAULT— " The educated man is a perpetual student. " DR. FRITZ — " This is not to say that. " MR. SEMERJIAN— " As a teacher, I should expose my students to as much material as possible to develop within them an appreciation of their cultural heritage and to give ■ them a broad basis for a critical evaluation of their own tastes. " DR. KENT — " Qui de settlement ne fait, Son dit et son chant contrefait. " Front HARRY SEMERJIAN DR. ROBERT FRITZ Rear ELMER ARSENAULT DR. RICHARD KENT Language MR. PINET — " L ' homme se forme pur la peine; ses vrais plaisirs, il doit les gagner, il doit les meriter. II doit don- ner avant de recevoir. C ' est la lot . . . ELMER ARSENAULT I ' ll RRH PINET Philosophy MR. DeCEASARE— " To thine own self be true. " MR. CONLON— " The wisest thing in life is to accommodate yourself to re- ality. If this is not done, then reality will destroy you. " MICHAEL CONLON RICHARD DeCEASARE Psychology DR. CROWLEY— Self understand- ing is essential to the understanding of others. " DR. IIAROI D ( ROW I l Industrial Arts Front: Edward Driscoll. Erling Hanson, Raymond Hoops, Dr. Everett Koehler, Dr. Edward Donnelly. Director. Back: David Ryder, Joseph Farias, Rene Thomas, Howard Besnia. Joseph Carpenter. Social Studies MR. FARIAS — " You ' re more trouble than a barrel full of monkeys. " MR. HOOPS — " Let ' s muster, Buster. " MR. HARROD— " What is worth do- ing, is worth doing well. " MR. THOMAS— " The more you know, the more you know you don ' t know. " MR. CARPENTER— " Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. " DR. KOEHLER— " The fear of the Lord is the beginning of Knowledge. " MR. DRISCOLL— " First things first. " MR. RYDER— " The engagement of the imagination is the only thing that makes any activity more than me- chanical. " DR. HOLMES— " It ' s later than you think. " MR. CLARK— " The purpose of edu- cation is to learn about thyself. " MR. EHRLICH— " The unexamined life is not worth living. " DR. NASH — " Si non potest eos vin- cere; eos junge. " DR. LEONARD— " Nihil humani mihi alienum puto. " " I consider noth- ing of human affairs foreign to me. " Robert Ehrlich, Dr. Orin Leonard, Dr. Veva Dean, Dr. Roger Holmes, Dr. John Nash, John Clark. Nursing Katherine O ' Connor, Barbara How- ard, Dr. Katherine Sehl. Back: Hope Parker, Barbara Russell. Science Biological DR. WOLF— •What man has clone, man can do. " MR. STEFFANIDES— -Good things are obtained by effort and struggle. There is no royal road to learning. " MR. GAINES— " Cans - Can- nots = Success " DR. KOUKKARI— " Observt . . . Question . . . How? What? and perhaps Why? . . . You have started. " Front: Dr. Frank Wolf, Dr. Helen Russell, George StefTanides. Back: Henry Gaines, Dr. Willard Koukkari. Physical Front: John McNaney, George Steffanides, Theodore I aPierre. Back: William I itzgibbon, k.nl Lindquist. tSj, l ! l mi - Y -. _ kM « •B " ' l i Mathematics MISS HASKINS — " But on the other hand . . MR. ( OPOULOS— " Education is tut h a " i process to grow a mind or a wul or a nation or a world. " Josej i lizabeth Haskins, Nicholas opoulos I 3 B- English must lie ■ down JOHN McGRAIL— " . where till ladders start. In the fonrl rag-and-bone shop of the heart. " (Yeats) LOUIS SHEPHERD— " The greatest evil is to bully " MARIE PATRUCCO— " How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace. " DR. DAYTON DENNETT— " is commend- ably democratic to foster the principle ' De gus- tibus non disputandum est, ' but let us first be assured that the " gustus " are based on knowl- edge and good judgment. " LILLIAN TATER— ' 7f matters not how a man dies, but how he lives. " (S. Johnson) ELIZABETH ARNOLD— " Shams and delu- sions we esteem as soundest truths while reality is fabulous. " (Thoreau) DANIEL HEALY— " Learn to think! Don ' t depend so much on memory alone. " EUGENE CASSASSA— " . . . took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. " (Frost) Special Education ANNE MAY Director of Student Training DR. WILLIAM B. GOLDMAN Director of Special Education " A man ' s activities are much more valuable than pounds of verbalization. " Physical Education ROBERT G. ELLIOTT THOMAS BATTINELLI RUTH LALIBERTE— " No push tips? Then, 8 let downs. MARIAN CLARK— " Can she swim? " ii n Junior High Back: Edward Sullivan, Signe Antila, Anna Philbin. From: Richard Condon. Kathryn Baker, Joseph Underwood, Principal; Mary Jean Cowan, Alfred Hobbs. Dillon Richard Markham Bettina Asselta Janet Mixer Doris Lystila Barbara Johnson Seated: Elizabeth O ' Connor, Principal Edgerly Standing: Robert McDermott. Marion Cushman, Eileen Harrington, Margaret McDowell, Elizabeth Maney. Donald Franciosi. Seated: Helen Carney, Eliza- beth Quattlander, Irene Passios, Methyl Hates, Principal; Theresa Skamarycz, Katherine Flynn. Director of Secondary Education J. WALTER RICHARD Director of Secondary Education " The Soul takes nothing with her to the other world but her education and culture; and these, it is said, are of greatest service . . . " (Socrates) Director of Elementary Education M KY LOUISE ROACHE Director Elementary Education sincerely believe that the school is still our most effective instrument for improving society, therefore, teachers must be trained to make what they teach useful and teach it in such a way that it will be usable. " 18 M Freshmen Initiation ' Friendship is a sheltering tree. " Coleridge . y I5p . r - — r r x — i L. " ■ ' fttf nm.ni ii m i — wt -) ii mij.iii EWP I WM I WUHWI ' ' l I W ' iPWII ' IWW) ' IM|l l N W H ! . ' .)ll PMW PW PIII MiK « MPI» » ' I r M W— « H il l 11 1 — TTT ' ni 1 Soccer N ESC AC Champions m tf i «g X V J 20 23 vtcw F W 39 Vfe, J f 12 _ ff «fr V E «»? » « w Westfield 2-1 w Alumni 5-4 w Castleton 2-1 w Rhode Island 2-0 w Willimantic 7-0 L Gorham 1-0 w North Adams 4-2 w Salem 5-0 L Plymouth 1-0 W New Bedford 9 wins 2 losses 8-1 22 1964 Coach: Eugene Casassa Co-Captains: Matt Abbott James Babincau Michael Magrone PLAYERS: Anthony Romano Roger LeBlanc Patrick O ' Leary [red Sullivan James Carroll Henry Devlin Dave Erwin Paul Flahive David Kauppinen Bernard Kiernan Thomas Lamcy Martin O ' Brien Samuel Pawlak Robert Ringuette Richard Smith Fred Farrcll Fred Turner Steve Chapdelaine Thomas Turner Ken Roberts Robert Montminy Joas Rodrigues John Lucas Theodore Vining Rolf Winters Dan Sullivan 23 J V£ 24 25 Student " Not only is there an art in knowing a thing, but also a certain art in teaching it. " 26 Teaching 27 Fall Social Activities ' Tis good to be merry and wise. " ' The bow that ' s always bent will quickly break; But if unstrung it will serve your need. So let the mind some relaxation take To ( ome hack to its task with fresher heed. " Phacdrus 28 ' v. • - .. ■ 29 MM 1 PHI W SOCIETY Clewes, Pres, Maryann Kropotkin, Vice Pics. 1 inda Beltzer, Corr. Sec. Janice Fullonton, Rec. Sec. Man Scanlon, Treas, Deborah Berrj Charlotte Bern Peggj Clancy Margaret Corcoran Jo nne Evens Sharon Greenfield Iclia Hart t onnie Howlette Pal Knox Lois Linden Joan McCarthy N L ILjt F.ileen McDevitt Mary Lou Meleski F.lizabeth Osborne Kathy Paakki Maggy Parmenter Louise Ritter Barbara Rodgers Barbara Romanko Lois Shaw Lydia Silva Terry Smeriglio Ciail Soucie Judy Szatek Florence Turtle Karen Wilkins n Willougnby 1 31 Miri Vk S . el Mom. Ann I Ml I . Idams Barbar.i le Backiel JuJ Baker Sue Barnes I Bradv lary Bramante Cathy Carney Jane Carrigao Joanne Cechin Joanne (iceanesi Sheila Connors Johanna Coyle Irene C ekanski Vivian DiSalle Ann DiPlacido Joan Lee Fnright Nancy Emerson Barbara Fearer Barbara Feklman Connie Ferus Pat Fiorine Barbara Forman Candy Gagne Gloria Griyas Ruth Herlihy Ruthanne Killeen Claire LaFond Terry Lane Carol LaPrade Sandy Lemos Mary Linehan Jane Mathieu Marilee Mayo Sandy McDonald Marion McKay Maryannc Meacham Peggy Membrino Barbara Morgan Betty Miller Nancy Miller Mary Mullahy Jean Murphy Mary Pankowsky Stephanie Pappas Joan Pepi Kathy Pliska Carol Ramondelli Marilyn Ruuska Kerry Shea Sally Turner Linda Ulm 33 ■a Jackson— Pics. Carole Kelly — ice Pres. Janice Pouner — Treas. Diana Angelini — Rec. Sec. Marjorie Magnfer — Corr. Sec MEMBERS Judy Bator Pauline Belliveau Carolyn Bradley Diane Bradzawskis Maureen Carlson Fllcn Ca anaugh Sarah Charles Mary Jane Charves Linda Clarner Virginia Corbett Marilyn Di Massa Elena Firmani Nancy Heikkila Ann Hemingway Linda Henneman Deborah lies Katherine Kendrick Jean Kokko Betty Koocherook Carol Lague Regina Lindsay Meredith McLean Mary McMahon Gladys Narkeuicius Be%erly Nichols Marcia Palo Nancy Peterson Delina Picard Judy Powers Noreen Roberts Carole Rondeau Angela Rossi Shelia Russell Mary Ann Santos Carole Schenk Susan Semi no Joan Soar es Maureen Struble Carole Taylor Sandra Thomas Jean Thomasian Barbara Warren Joan Whitney Janet Yule »Jk ¥ i r 35 11 rfe I i | ■ " " Ifl il ' 9 WINTER 1 I Basketball HHMHm TEAM MEMBERS: Coach: Steve Fallon Co-Captains: Ed Johnson. Tony Romano Juniors: Jack Kendra. Ernie Boss Sophomores: Fred Gillis, Sam Pawlak, Bob Johnson, Al Navaroli, George Shevchuk Freshmen: Terry Starrett, Bruce Nordstrum, Fred Turner, Tom Turner Managers: Tim Carroll, Jim Noiles Statisticians: Bob Ringuette. Joe LeBlanc 38 39 40 £21 41 1963-1964 RF.CORD Won 10 Lost 7 Conference FSC Opponent Lowell 1 15 71 Keene 104 96 Bridgewater 73 69 Boston 96 77 Worcester 91 83 Farmington 85 77 Rhode Island 60 95 Willimantic 88 67 North Adams 80 82 Westfield 70 81 Keene 106 95 Worcester 90 104 Gorham 87 76 Boston 75 71 Rhode Island 67 82 Salem 85 114 Castleton 79 81 42 43 Intramural Basketball 44 45 IP HfiJ I 4 ►VI m d 3 - - — m, g , H HI 46 47 f m fi J( Fantasia Ball Miss Sally Turner and David Barnicle reigned over the Winter Carnival Fantasia Ball. They were escorted to their thrones by members of the Queen ' s court: Nancy Badstibner, Majorie DeBois, Joyce Erickson, Mary Ellen Tyson, and Joanne Weed. The wonderland of fantasy was the highlight of a weekend which included Snow Sculpture, Skiing, a Folk Singing Concert and other entertainment. N ?? t HnS David Barnicle, King Sally Turner, Queen Connie Bramante, Sec. ' 67 Arnie Briden, Pres. ' 67 iiw 50 Carnival Weekend I f . y tV I ? 52 III ■■!! «r » c J K ' ia I 54 p » i B I 55 i ■ ♦ r •«w hiji Tu ' t »fc.- v » - - , 1 " " ;v ' ' Tom Rush Jackie Washington Apartments . . . There ' s no place like home! ! ! ! When was the last time you were kissed in the kitchen? ? ? ? ? 58 59 Student-Teaching ' The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil. " Emerson 60 fk Pn iB VM n J . i 61 62 GAVELEER SOCIETY Roger Smith, Pres. Alvah Jakola, Vice Pies. Daniel O ' Leary, Rec. Sec. William Mahoney. Treas. rancis LaFortune, Alumni Sec. )bert Aldrin lomas Allen larles Bacon lip Belk Francis Brian Peter Chester David Cucchira Paul Cyganewicz Joseph Dignam Bernard DiNatale William Dululio Kent Dumas Anthony Falcone Richard Farrell Paul Finnerty John Gallagher James Gaudet Victor Goguen Richard Huot Wayne Johns on Charles Kornik Joseph Lawendowski Roger Le Blanc James La Blond Steven Lynch Robert Manning William Meade Samuel McClure Francis Moryl Arthur Newcombe Joseph O ' Sullivan Joseph Pacenka Joseph Pare Richard Priestly Alan Procter Robert Quatrello Joseph Rosseau Anthony Sokolowski Thomas Sugrue Peter Thomas David Turcotte Rupert Wood ►v.. « 65 Gav mi mi 66 -«.•■• M Hawk 67 Anthony Romano, Pies. Jeremiah Driscoll, Vice Pres. John Hickey, Sec. Ned Daniels. Corr. Sec. Frederick Sullivan. Teas. MEMBERS: Michael Bender Frank Bianco Louis Carnacchioli James Carroll Timothy Carroll Robert Connors George Costello John De Fusco Hank Devlin Richard Dow Robert Dncharme David Erwin Paul Flahive William Finney James George Peter Gill Frederick Gillis Ronald Goudreau Richard Hosmer Harris Karis Richard Kelley Jack Kendra Bernie Kiernan Joseph Laino Thomas Lamey Richard Lawrence Joseph LeBlanc John Logan Patrick Lowney Francis Molla Steven Macaulay William MacDonald Jim Noiles Edward Oliveria Samuel Pawlak John Pilkington Paul Ralston Robert Ringuette Donald Romeo Joseph Ryan Richard Smith John Therrien Dominic Vergari William Volante Ronald Wiitala Michael Williamson ■ t ; A Paul Marchand — Pres. John Hogan — Vice Pres. Mike Sullivan — Treas. Bruce Goyette — Rec. Sec. Jerome Connelly — Corr. Sec. MEMBERS Matthew Abbott Arthur Augenstern Gary Auslander Bernard Austin Kenneth Baker Stanley Barac David Barnicle Bernard Bennett Steven Bianchi Anthony Correira James Doherty Douglas Fleming Alan Forsythe Raymond Harmacinski Robert Hatch John Hathaway Richard Jaillet Maynard Johnson Steven Johnson Robert Jones Leonard Langlois Michael Magrone John Malloy Thomas Malloy Charles McCallum Robert Mogilnicki Thomas O ' Brien Patrick OTeary Bruce Perkins John Rathkamp Steven Regan James Rooney George Samara David Sampson John Santacrose George Shevchuck Edward Simpson Roger Stevens Kenneth Thompsen Peter Tokarz Jeffrey Williams Joseph Yenkavitch A : . JJ. m imt ■it aii »? ( i i 334 I 72 ' -V ' The President: of Student Government Ned Daniels of the Gavaleer Society Rosier Smith of the Saxifrage John Hickey i i the Philodemic Society Diane Pine T 9 -V- (P Cards Sand) Dupee, Vice President Talent Show! o se ' V e z Bo s Q f t}s tfV .» " e 3 ' V af ' O 7 c P - V ' itfJ 6 VI fc pV. ,«tf e w o Dan ces U ' 1 We Initiate the Frosh O, V s smaller Joe ' s s C° v tV f H D l ■a H c «j »»-i w H 3 " C j F U 1 1 $ 1 a? ' J f F ir M v V V Qj W -J ■ fS ■ «j ' $■ - — of L o " ■ o , ? e- X a. c c2 .s • Winter Carnival Bal ■ ■ o., t% O 4% Mrs. Passios is back! ° .. Senior ORIENTATION J y E o u C u O ' E u en fcn ten c s % ( " ) X o: 4? O ' 5 , ° i ' , Sa o o V " .-. " V %- t Sihiu Sculpture 1 1 orable mention I atic Club J M ■I 4 raw . p I ' I ' y ■ ■ - ■ mil I m - v M flfl ■ i J VI 9 ■Mr M OFFICERS: Pres. Ronald Goudreau, Sec.-Treas. George French The Drama Club is composed of all those students willing to work on any of the phases of play production. In the Spring of 1963, Shakespeare ' s immortal play Hamlet, was a resounding success under the directorship of Mr. Eugene Casassa, advisor. In 1964 a foreign film program was initiated with " Pather Panshali. " The Club also produced three one-act, student-directed plays, and a full length production. N ■ ■■ ■ .pncy [1 Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, 1 m tften rocks or head a knotted oak. William Congreve Glee Club Alvah Jakola, Pres. Carole Kelley, Vice Pres. Judith Lillie. Sec. Peter Chester, Treas. Ellen Cavanaugh. Librarian Kenneth Baker. Librarian 80 i m • m .- ' , ' H.M.S. Pinafore ©; Baseball 82 ,il j.- 83 - ft ) m — ■ - 1 " . ' .,•• ..• --... ■ BDr n R4 ■ ■ 4} j £ ' » J MATS 85 Intramural Football Champions — Mohawks ' ■ » % 86 •1 . M.I.B. 3! H J 9 r " i i A »3 J r ■ ±v— £ 7 Track !, si ■0::T.: ' [Ai :d$ ' y ' ■ M Coach: Mr. Battinelli Co-Captains: Richard Dou, Steve Macanlav 89 ■ .!-. r r F. S. C. " % 90 ■.VT » fc «JiJfi5ik tIK A Winner Never Quits; A Quitter Never Wins. 91 Staff Mrs. Jerry Lomme. Bookstore Manager Mrs. Kivlehan Alumn i Office 1 Front: Mrs. Blackwell Mrs. Cormier Mrs. Dufort Back: Mrs. Thiel Mrs. Filebrown Mrs. Marie Harrington Palmer Hall Dormitory Sponsor 92 •iV l ; d n Weachter Gloria Provcncher Mary Starkey Chcrrie Stout Jean Young Albina Davis Supervising Housekeeper George ( iallagher, ( .isi.kIi.ui 93 u Freshmen They know enough who know how to learn. Henry Adams Arnold Briden. Pres. Earl Westerling, Vice Pres. Connie Bramante, Sec. Paul Noiseaux, Treas. • J es. ■t jferffl " Sophomore Class John Malloy, Pres. Joanne Cechin, Vice Pres. Karen Leyland. Sec. Samual Poulak. Treas. A man is but what he knoweth. Francis Bacon 94 w-r- Class There is no knowledge which is not valuable Edmund Burke Junior Class Robert Aldrin, Pres. Jeremiah Driscoll, Vice Pres. Judith Powers, Sec ( .11 l n ( iagne, I reas. 95 Student Government " . . . We have been taught to regard a representative of the people as a sentinel on the watch-tower of liberty. " Daniel Webster Student Government Association Ned Daniels — President Kay Kendrick — Vice President Judy Powers — Secretary Edna Tabora — Corr. Secretary Mary Charves — Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES: Sandra Hill ' 64 James Meausky ' 64 Muriel Monteiro ' 64 Fredrick Sullivan ' 64 Kathy Carney ' 65 Peter Chester ' 65 Irene Czekanski ' 65 Nancy Massoni ' 65 David Kauppenen ' 66 Karen Leyland ' 66 Nancy McMahon ' 66 Jeffery Williams ' 66 Monica Sullivan ' 67 Marilyn Thomas ' 67 Tom Horrocks ' 67 Daniel McCarthy ' 67 96 Religion fends to speak the language of the heart, which is the lan- guage of friends, lovers, children, and parents. E. S. Ames Student Christian Association Kenneth Seamon. Pres. Jean Kokko. Vice Pres. Linda Clarner, Sec. David Munsey. Treas. Newman Club John Santacrosc. Pres. Frances Murphy, Vice Pres. Walter Kondig. Treas. Margaret Corcoran, Corr. Sec. ( ranee f-crus. Kec. Sec. 98 KAMPUS VUE VOL. IX NO. 3 FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE DECEMBER 18, 1963 William Flynn Editor-in-Chief Mary Ann Kropotkin Associate Editor Carol Ryan Managing Editor Marguerite Parmenter News Editor Pauline Belliveau Business Manager Jane Mathieu Feature Editor Janet LeClair Special Feature Ed. Ronald Goudreau Literary Editor John Hickey, Sports Editors Patricia Morrissey Mary Pankosky, Linda McCarthy Publicity Department Wayne Johnson Re-Write Department Dr. Dayton Dennett Faculty Adviser 99 Special Education Club Marie Gagnon, Prcs. Mary Charves, Vice Pres. Karen Leyland. Sec. Margaret Corcoran. Treas. ka kendrick. Auditor Robert Mannis. Auditor Band Marcia Baker Al Cardoni Claire Cavanaugh Mary Charves Peg Clancy Al Forsythe Ernie Kidhardt Marjorie Ladeau Jacqueline LePage John Lucus Miriam McCloughlin Muriel Montiero John Morris Al Pierce Joyce Plasko Al Proctor Donna Reed Joas Rodriques Barbara Romanko Merilyn Ruuska George Samara Richard Sanders Kenneth Seamon Barbara Seney Jeff Shindell Anita Sinman Karen Wilkins Feff Williams Rolf Winters Rupert Wood 100 Host and Hostess Club Wayne Johnson — Pres. Lois Shaw — Sec. Logos Society Robert Aldrin, ' 65 Robert Archibald, ' 65 Edward Champlin, ' 64 Thomas Dawkins, ' 64 Wayne Klemetti, ' 64 Robert Saudelli, ' 64, Sec. Treas. Kenneth Scamon, ' 64 Roderick Spurr. ' 64. Pres. 101 Forum Walter Kondig — Pres. Thomas Moughan — Vice Pres. Richard Campbell — Sec. Thomas Dawkins — Treas. S.T.E.A.M. tm S - " ' J A 1r«wa (fc V- Richard Lawrence, Pres. — - ■ V A] Mb j L » M m ' - r- Frank Bianco. Vice Pres. r 1 J M r B 9T £i£A I K J Sheila Russell, Sec. s3 £ Domenic Vergari, Treas. P m ?B J r j ■ ' t( 7s H £ ' . : " ' 1 4 I m l k • Ij : i Tjl fc Ifli 1 1 WF V, W a H Mi RJ m? 1 Sw ' ■p A { t 102 F.I. A. A. Matthew Abbott — Pres. Richard Pietrewicz — Vice Pres. Robert Aldrin — Sec. Raymond Harmacinski — Treas. Epsilon Howard Besnia Albert Cardoni Joseph Carpenter Joseph Dcnaro Dr. Edward Donnelly Joseph Farias Erling Hanson Walter Harrod Dr. Everett Koehler Donald Pinciaro David Ryder Kenneth Seamon Rene I homas 103 Dorm Councils Herlihy Hall Donald Bateman, Pies. Richard Campbell, Sec. Francis Bianco, Treas. Richard Morrison, Sr. Rep. John Santacrose, Sr. Rep. Richard Kelly, Jr. Rep. Kenneth Baker, Jr. Rep. Arthur Augenstern, Soph. Rep. George Samara, Soph. Rep. " . . . Be civil to all; sociable to many; famil- iar with few; friend to one; enemy to none. " Benjamin Franklin Palmer Hall Jean Murphy. Vice Pres. Nancy Miller, Pres. Janice Fullonton, Treas. Joanne Ciccanesi, Sec. Carolyn Ondrick, Fresh. Rep. Mary Beth Faford, Fresh. Rep. 104 M Miller Hall Mrs. McNally, Sponsor Joan Soares, Pres. Carol Rondeau, V. Pres. Marion McKay, Treas. Maureen Struble, Sec. Lois Hautaniemi, Rep. wyy Commuters ' Association Officers Robert Jones, Pres. Carol Ramondclli, I reas Kath) u nej . Sec William Dululio, N I ( hei i Renda, Soph. Rep. Peter ( hester, Jr. Rep Elaine Amorosi, i Rep. Virginia Adams. St Rep. Ri hard laillct, Soph Rep 105 Women ' s Athletic Association Barbara Jackson, Treas. Karen Hodman, Basketball Nancy Clewes, Vice Pres. Ann Diplacido, Trampoline Cynthia North, Award Chairman Debbie Isles, Basketball Betty Miller, Pres. Mary Charves, Sec. Carol Lague, Green Team Capt. Karen Leyland, White Team Capt. Connie Ferrus, Volleyball Martha Pratt, Swimming Nancy Massoni, Tennis Men ' s Intramural Board Roger LeBlanc, Pres. Anthony Romano, Vice Pres. James Carroll, Sec. Samuel Pawlak, Treas. 106 ■ Sports Banquet 107 1 We Remember r . busy breaks that trip to Washington the day the door knob disappeared ■ . . pitch pipes those happy faces those field trips . . th.it mountain climb d ml i ci John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917 - 1963 " I ' m asking each of you to be pioneers towards a new frontier. My call is to the young at heart, regardless of age, to the stout in spirit, regardless of party, to all who respond to the scriptural call, ' Be strong and have good courage; be not afraid, neither be dismayed. ' For courage, not complacency, is our need today . . . Our needs will not be won by rhetoric and we can have faith in the future, only if we have faith in ourselves. For the harsh facts of the matter are that we stand at this frontier at a turning point of history . . . All mankind waits upon our decision, a whole world looks to see what we shall do, and we cannot fail to try . . . " July 13, I960 SENIORS Class of 1964 MATTHEW W. ABBOTT Industrial Arts Norwell Matt . . . the mad rabbit . . . Slippery Rock. . . . where ' s the party? . . . which one tonight? . . . wake me when the class is over . . . water skiing plus . . . The Chrysler . . . the hard hand Esoteric Society . . . F.I. A. A., Vice Pres. . . S.C.A. . . . Dorm Council . . . Soccer . . . Basketball VIRGINIA H. ADAMS Special Education Lunenburg Ginny . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . easy going manner . . . misinterpreted any questions lately? . . . summers on the Cape . . . parties in Boston . . . proud owner of a new Volkswagen . . . munch much Student Gov ' t Assn. . . . Philodemic Society . . . Kampus Vue, Womens Sports, Commuters Assn. Rep. . . . Cheer- leader . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Special Education Club PHYLLIS A. ALVARNAZ Nursing Taunton Phyl . . . mechanic at heart . . . whiz at bridge . . . warm- hearted . . . Taunton bound on weekends . . . diamonds are a girl ' s best friend Newman Club . . . S.N. A.M. . . . Basketball 112 DIANA R. ANGELINI Elementary Leominster Dee . . . witty and active . . . always ready for fun . . . butterfly chaser . . . enjoyed training parties . . . never diets. Tokalon Society — Recording Secretary . . . Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue . . . Host and Hostess Club. GARY AUSLANDER Secondary History Springfield Love that Corvette . . . horror shows . . . visits to Cider Street . . . knowledge of the Assyrian language . . . wearer of the fez . . . " Miami, Oklahoma " . . . " What do you mean he got a photo of me like that? " Class Treasurer . . . Esoteric Society BERNARD AUSTIN Secondary Math Winchendon Bernie ... " I hate my aunt " . . . Paul ' s foil . . . apartment for three on Mt. Vernon Street . . . trips to Palmer Hall . . . no sense of direction . . . " It ' s 32! " Esoteric Society . . . Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue . . . Commuter ' s Board i wii s B VBINEAU ondarj Science North W ilbi ' ham Spanks . . . great dishwasher . . . 5 ' 5 ' 4 " ... hit the id. Jim . . . nine letter man . . . Mai wagon . . senior class leader. ( lass President . Student Gov ' t s,n Representative . . . Baseball Hockej S tain . . . Intramural Basketball CHARLES BACON Secondary Math Ashburnham Charlie . . . Ashburnham commuter . . . math class debater . . . Yankee type . . . love that Bonneville . . . chess fan . . . loyal Gav. Ga eleer Society . . . S.C.A. JUDITH ANN BAKER Elementary Westminster Judy . . . quiet . . . basketball enthusiast . . . what did you say you were Judy? . . . Volkswagon. Philodemic Society . . . Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue W.A.A. Board . Host and Hostess . . . Commuter ' s Board. DAVID M. BARNICLE Secondary Science Leominster Dave . . . ham of the year . . . perpetual president . . . tre- mendous mind for remembering lines . . . big M . . . bicycle rides to rehearsals. Financial Committee . . . Class President . . . Esoteric Soci- ety — Vice President . . . Drama Club . . . Commuter ' s Board . . . Glee Club . . . Soccer . . . Track. DONALD BATEMAN Don . . . Balloonzo . . Bateman ' s Burnt Boots , our own Troy Donahue . Dorm President Secondary History Marlboro dorm leader . . . down the hill . . . . . watch out for stray churches . . . 114 JUDITH BATOR Elementary Taunton Judy . . . mother Bator . . . conscientious student fun in Am- sterdam . . . weekends at Academy . . . wedding bells in June, military style. Student Government Representative . . . Newman Club . . . Tokalon Society . . . Host and Hostess . . . S.T.E.A.M. PHILIP BELK Secondary Science Fitchburg Phil . . . strong, silent type . . . sports fan . . . neat package . . . Fitchburg man. Gaveleer Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Track . . . Intramural bas- ketball. CHARLOTTE CAMERON BERRY Elementary Petersham Charlie . . . Petersham commuter . . . the ham belongs to Peter . . . supporter of the Adelphians . . . quiet and sincere. Adelphian Society . . . Host and Hostess . . . Glee Club. RONAI I) l W HJORKLl ND Industrial Arts Worcester Ron . . . training al Sheffield , , , strength ol woods . Mi B ' s Stone I it ho claw. F.I. A. A. . . . A. LA. A. . . . N.E.I.A.T.d 115 PRISCIL1 A BLUNSDEN Secondary English Dartmouth Pris . . . changed name to Mrs. Sullivan . . . flaming red hair . . . Scarlet Letter . . . gifted in verse . . . burns midnight oil typing . . . dynamic. Philodemic Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Dramatic Club . . . Saxi- frage Literary Stall ' . . . Dean ' s List. MARY JEAN BONNER Special Education Fitchburg Neat as a pin . . . pleasant . . . Tootsie . . . when the Navy invaded Bermuda . . . where ' s the party tonight . . . weekends in Maine . . . finally landed a job on the Cape . . . love that aunt and uncle — Renault. Special Education Club . . . Chairman of Scholarship Com- mittee . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Newman Club. EUGENE ARTHUR BOSTOCK Special Education Northborough Gene . . . Mr. Dependable . . . small-road boy . . . consci- entious student . . . icy winter roads . . . volunteer taxi serv- ice .. . that pesty group of girls . . . new bridegroom. Special Education Club. JOHN PAUL BOWLER Industrial Arts Norwood J. P. . . . the speedy DeSoto . . . rec room man . . . night owl . . . Fred Astaire of ' 64 . . . M.A. Glee Club . . . Forum . . . F.I. A. A. . . . Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Baseball — Manager. 116 DIANE BRAZAWSKIS Gardner studious . . . jovial Jr. High Math . faithful . Di . . . hard worker . Gardner girl. Kampus Vue — Editor . . . Tokalon Society . . . Forum . Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess . . . Dean ' s List. MARYANN BRENNER Elementary Hull The face that shines . . . country commuter . . . look at the skinny legs on that cow . . . the philosopher . . . how ' s Rez? . . . oh, those first graders. Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Intramurals. ALBERT J. CARDONI Industrial Arts Worcester Ability plus ... the mad scientist . . . dedicated to LA. . . . Cardon . . . weekend museum keeper . . . any question on astronomy. Epsilon Pi Tau . . . Band — Vice President, President . . . F.I.A.A. MAUREEN R. CARLSON Special Education Worcester ( asual clothes . . . catchy, quick comments . . the partying kind . . . ballerina shoes . . bridge . . . the princess . . . I ' m going to transfer out of here ToKalon Society . . special Education Club. 117 JANE CAR RIG AN Elementary Worcester Miss Congeniality ... an admirer of Holy Cross . . . the Worcester taxi . . . the singer . . . better late than never . . . spa time . . . climber Mt. Manadnock? Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. LAURA CHASE Special Education Brookline Slight of stature . . . transfer student ... I have a question . . . last to arrive . . . trips to New York . . . baby-sitting special . . . walk much. Special Education Club. JOHN C. CHIASSON Industrial Arts Waltham To Bermuda for how much . . . roomed with Swannie . . . ex-paratrooper. Newman Club . . . Forum Club . . . Tennis. NANCY ELIZABETH CLEWS Elementary Sherborn Nanc . . . leader of the maroon and grey . . . loyal friend . . . first in Palmer to sport a diamond . . . for whom the bell tolls . . . assistant bug catcher . . . always ready for a prank . . . doesn ' t show an ID. Adelphian Society — Corresponding Secretary, President . . . Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess . . . W.A.A. Board — Vice President . . . Swimming Team. 118 MARY DONNA CONNELL Elementary Somerset Donna . . . wedding bells in July . . . Phi Delta Pi fan . . . often seen with a tray . . . lover of Aristotlian logic . . . staple remover . . . my poor car, where ' s Hatch . . . loves that convertible . . . one of the Bobbsey Twins. Student Gov ' t Assn. — Representative . . . Newman Club . . . Financial Committee . . . Sax Literary Staff . . . Cheerleader. NANCY COUGHLIN Elementary Fitchburg Nan . . . tall and striking . . . talented seamstress . . . loves teaching tiny ones . . . mountain climber . . . horseback riding . . . Connecticut weekends. Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue . . . Sax Literary Staff. GLADYS IRENE COUILLARD Elementary Templeton Poodgie . . . seen in a beige and white Chevy ... to the registry we must go . . . always seen with Mary . . . Madame Defarge of F.S.C. . . . can ' t wait for fishing . . . paper carnations. S.C.A. . . . Kampus Vue . . . Host and Hostess. GERALDIN1 M MO CROSSLE Special Education ( linton Geri . . . pirn si c . . . full of fun . . . little green bug . . . card shark . . . social life at Wrentham often seen with Ann and ( linns Newman Club . . . Special Education ( lub . • Host and Hostess C lub. 119 PATRICIA CROWLEY Elementary Leominster Pal . . . the mocking bird . . . quiet and hard working . . . a pleasure to know . . . glee club enthusiast. Newman Club . . . Glee Club . . . Girl ' s Glee Club. JAMES LYNCH CURR1E III Hyannis Jim . . . I ' ll do anything for a degree to Boston ... a Currie production . . Boston ' s favorite mailman. F.I.A.A. Industrial Arts . . the weekend bus Mr. Personality . . . JOHN DEFUSCO Elementary Fall River Let me get the door, girls . . . Dean ' s List . . . likes to chip in with the Hawk House chores . . . I ' m right, you ' re wrong . . . weekend commuter . . . give a good substantial yell . . . king of Mt. Monadnock. Mohawk Club . . . Newman Club . . . Sax-Directory . . . Intramurals. JOSEPH DENARO Industrial Arts Bedford Joe . . . Mr. IA . . . dedicated to the course . . . electronics ace . . . look at the emf . . . calls from Pat . . . weekend trips to Maiden . . . early to bed, early to rise . . . first in Concord. Dorm Council — Representative . . . Epsilon Pi Tau . . . Track . . . F.I.A.A. 120 MARILIN DIANNE DI MASSA Elementary Leominster Hit anything lately, Marilyn? . . . Nancy ' s friend . . . blue and silver . . . Dean ' s List . . . favorite flowers available Kampus Vue . . . Newman Club . . . Tokalon Society RICHARD EDWARD DOW Industrial Aits West Roxbury Dick . . . training at B.Tech . . . Mohawks . . . Little Nash . . . Metropolitan . . . good sense of humor . . . En-Dow Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue . . . Saxifrage Board . . . Hockey . . . Track . . . Mohawk Club VIRGINIA RUTH DRIVER Nursing Natick Ginny ... I want to be an individual . . . tell it again . . . 8 1 =9 . . . Do we have to walk? ? S.C.A. . . . Forum kl NT DUMAS Sea ience Athol Debonair . . . sharp dresser . . . newly-wed I isten here. Punk . . . how could you split an atom . . . plant eon tionist . . . I ' m the teacher not the student . . . Of course. 1 enjoy being married! Worcester Junioi irans! Track . . . ( iaveleer Society 21 SANDRA F. DUPEE Secondary English Chelmsford Sandy . . . friendly to all . . . Sweetcheeks . . . squeeky voice . . . pari of the original Sensitive Seven . . . Mary ' s roomie for three years . . . flirtatious . . . The Second Time Around . . . Dr. Wolf. I don ' t feel well! August wedding. Senior Class Vice President . . . Financial Committee . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Saxifrage Literary Staff . . . S.C.A. LINDA EMERY Elementary Foxboro Loved third grade . . . the inseparable Linda and Brenda . . . walks from Weymouth Street . . . late phone calls. JOAN LEE ENRIGHT Elementary Fitchburg Stadium ' s model . . . that Ivy League look . . . that busy Cape summer . . . easily distracted while driving . . . Sara ' s checkbook . . . Mother Enright. Philodemic Society . . . Saxifrage Business Manager . . . Host and Hostess . . . Newman Club SANDRA ERICKSON Elementary Otter River Sandy . . . quiet and well poised . . . daily commuter from a far distance . . . often seen at Rycker ' s . . . Miss Tater ' s prize story-teller . . . hard worker . . . pleasant voice. 122 JOANNE E. (GOULD) EVANS Special Education Fitchburg Jo . . . forgets weekend commuting now that she ' s a Mrs. . . . cooking for two is better than waiting on tables . . . pocketbook forgetter . . . mischievous miss behind quiet air. Adelphian Society . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . S.C.A. . . . Special Education Club. RENEE MARIE FARMER Nursing Scotia. New York Elephant call . . . daring ... the twister . . . first in the emergency room . . . New York weekends. ToKalon Society . . . S.G.A. — Representative and Recording Secretary . . . S.N. A.M. . . . Newspaper Committee . . . Ways and Means Committee. DOUGLAS FLEMING Secondary Science Gardner Doug . . . retreat to Mason . . . bartender ' s apprentice . . . cartoon men . . . Kampus Vue artist . . . professional glasses . . . recently married. Esoteric Society — Publicity Chairman . . . Newman Club . . . Sax — Art Editor . . . Intramural Sports . . . Kampus Vue — Art Editor . . . Drama Club — Secretary-Treasurer. Wll I I I II YNN Secondarj Histor) Fitchburg Bill ... a scholar . . . ambition for politics K is ihe best ... a true friend . . . now, wail let ' s discuss this . . . my new car ... a practical man . . . .t worker one likes and respects Billy. Kampus Vue I ' ditor . . . Newman Club , Outstanding Junior of the N i ird. 123 EVELYN RACHEL (HUMH) FOGG Elementary Rindge, New Hampshire Evie ... Glee Club enthusiast . . . back sophomore year with a new name . . . The Little Red Hen . . . creativity plus . . . always on the go. Glee Club . . . Madrigal Singers. ALLEN FORSYTHE Secondary Science New Bedford Entomology major 1. . . . Diamond Jim . . . Cape Al . Cod flop . . . commuter kitchen worker Oh. those eyes. Esoteric Society . . . Social Committee . mural sports . . . Saxifrage. . . Bass man . . . . Track . . . Intra- GAIL FULLER Elementary New Bedford Bonjour mon amie Fuller Miss . . . July fourth on J uly eleventh? . . . I.A. ' s personal secretary . . . Vaughn Mead- er ' s picture? . . . Continental fan . . . Berk ' s and cows! . . . Wentworthite . . . ladders and windows make for many pieces . . . I ' ll never tell. S.C.A. . . . Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. JANICE FULLONTON Elementary South Acton Jan . . . soap opera fan . . . innocence personified . . . maroon and grey . . . Cape goer . . . swimming instructor . . . It ' s your turn Margie. Adelphian Society — Recording Secretary . . . Glee Club . . . Host and Hostess . . . W.A.A. Board . . . S.C.A. 124 MARIE ADELE GAGNON Special Education Milford Daddy long legs . . . striking . . . work your way to Bermuda . . . did you really need the pirate ' s patch . . . sun glasses . . . try anything once. Student Gov ' t Assn. — Social Committee . . . Class Vice Presi- dent . . . Special Education Club — Treasurer Auditor . . . Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club. LINDA CAROL GAYNOR Hull Lynn . . . Queen ' s Court . . nine . . . keeper of the funds ludea Club — Social Director . . . . Treasurer — Nurses. Nursing look out ahead . . . Miller . tall and stately. . Forum Club . . . S.N. A.M. ALEXA RUTH HANSON Elementary Abington Lex . . . bridge fan . . . not those stupid stories again . . . I ' m off to Priscilla ' s ... hi kids . . . California bound . . . quiet down those Freshmen . . . forget the whole thing. S.C.A. . . . Social Committee . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Sax Literary Staff . . . Girls Glee Club. A ROBER1 FRANCIS HATCH Industrial Arts Brockton Bob . . . behind the scenes leader of the Eso ' s I equals the " inner tube " of science . . . the I ord wagon . . . Maryann ' s crying towel . . . Fitchburg A. A. . . . beachcomber in God ' s country . . . basketball ' s best friend ... a friend rd all, .m enemy toward none. I : lie Society — Corresponding Secretary . . , Dorm ( ouncil — Secretary, Representative , . . Newman ( lub. 125 JAMES GERALD HEATH Industrial Aits Everett Jerry . . . F.S.C. ' s original hillbilly . . . the rock and roll kid . . . smokes the pipe . . . I. A. all the way. Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess . . . Dorm Council — Representative . . . F.I. A. A. . . . Track NANCY MARIE HEIKKILA Secondary-Geography Fitchburg quiet . . . sweet . . . serious . . . one of Dr. D ' s prize stu- dents . . . meticulous worker . . . neat as a pin . . . waits for those letters from overseas. Tokalon Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Kampus Vue JOHN NEIL HENNESSEY Elementary Fitchburg ex-air force man . . . shall we try again . . . red eyes . . . hunting enthusiast . . . means to an end . . . artistic Kampus Vue . . . Dramatic Club JOHN THOMAS HICKEY Secondary Fall River Hickey . . . apartment parties . . . patronizes Spa ... a real live Indian . . . Fall River slang . . . SAX Chief . . . f Sf s Arthur Murray . . . Where ' s Steph? . . . Ladies man . . . Let ' s watch the news . . . Trip to Washington . . . Archie . . . the electric blanket Saxifrage Editor . . . S.G.A. Representative . . . Mohawk Club, Secretary . . . Dramatic Club . . . Kampus Vue. Sports Editor . . . Newman Club 126 SANDRA HILL Quincy Sandy . . . the essence of sweetness always willing to lend a helping hand fied Student Gov ' t Assn. — Representative . Literary Co-editor Elementary . Garbage! ! ! . . . . neatness personi- . S.C.A. ... Sax DEBORAH J. ILES Secondary-English Leominster Debby . . . Bob Cousy in gym class ... is it Isles or Aisles . . . drives a sporty black Renault . . . Red Sox games with Brad . . . favorite class — " ... arc thoss headlines . . . hey-uh Tokalon Society . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . W.A.A. Board . . . Sax-Co-Literary Manager BARBARA A JACKSON West Roxbury Pres. . . . Indian lover . Elementary June 27th Barb . apartment . . . unlimited theatrical talents . . . finished train ing in September? . . . always good for a song . . three stooges Tokalon Society — Secretary, President . . . Newman . . . Who ' s Who . . . Social Committee Chairman . . . W.A.A. Board — Treasurer . . . Dramatic Club . . . Dorm Council — Secretary . . . Cheerleader — Captain the iin- thc Club SIIIK1 I II NA I itchburg shmls . . . female Charles ( !or n daze . . . Mis. Philhin ' s pi W ' ni Id I ' ning . always smiling Philodemic Societj . . Club . . . Kampus ue Secondary 1 nglish loved those training keeps lom ' s hairdo for every day of ihe week . . . . . . Newman ( lub . . Hosl and Hostess 127 LLOYD MAYNARD JOHNSON Industrial Arts Worcester Maynard . . . economical . . . old Cape Cod . . . stranded below the high water line . . . nice guy two dimensional . . . push broom I . . . wood major? Esoteric Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Track. NANCY JONES Nursing Georgetown Jonesy . . . just bought some new material . . . anybody seen my turtle . . . roomed and reroomed . . . one of the big nine. S.C.A. . . . Basketball . . . Volleyball . . . Softball. ■ ROBERT JONES Secondary History Leominster Bob . . . tall and thin . . . super shoe salesman . . . dance bug . . . Fifth Ave. dresser . . . King of the commuters . . . soft spoken. Esoteric Society JOANNE JOHANNESSEN Nursing Holliston JoAnne . . . hey, granddaddy . . . autographed wall . . . you know . . . the triangle . . . what a cute jack-in-the-box. Student Council . . . Vice President . . . ToKalon Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Dorm Council . . . W.A.A. Board Forum Club. 128 VIRGINIA VALERIE JZYK Adams Virgie . . . only her hairdresser knows shoes . . . Buttons . . . the laugh. Adelphian Society . . . Newman Club . . Nursing . . . patent leather Dance Committees. (MRS.) ISABELLE KARL Elementary Lunenburg Hard worker . . . today, let ' s make ice cream . . . somebody took my parking space . . . burns the midnight oil . . . sofl spoken . . . double life. Glee Club. HARRIS KARIS Secondary Science Fitchburg Greek . . . Hawk man . . . Philo flower boy . ■ . double parked on Commonwealth Ave. . . . " Let ' s go phillaging. " Mohawk Club . . . Saxifrage Board . . . Intramural Sports. CAROi l HELEN KELLY entarj l all River Kelly . . . spends her summers al 01 ' ( ape Cod sou heard that voice? . . bom teacher loyal to the blue and silver. ToKalon Societ) Vice President . . , Saxifra man Club . . , Glee Club Vice President. 129 {CATHERINE B. KENDRICK Special Education Lawrence Ka . . . sophisticated air . . . Dr. Goldman ' s girl Friday ... go to many meetings ' . ' . . . ear to ear brains. Student Cio ' t Assn. — Treasurer, Vice President . . . Class Vice President . . . Spec. Ed. Club . . . Newman Club . . . ST.E.A.M. . . . Who ' s Who . . . Dorm Council . . . Cultural Committee . . . ToKalon Society . . . Saxifrage Literary Editor. DIANE C. KIRKBRIDE Nursing Housatonic Di . . . Fabian . . . another new hat ... my white suit . . . roses are for Valentine ' s Day. Newman Club WAYNE I. KLEMETTI Industrial Arts Westminster The free thinking genius . . . give me a bike over a car any day . . . ardent golfer . . . stay off those high bridges . . . tops in the class. Logos MARY ANN KROPOTKIN Secondary Geography Gardner Cookie . . . witty . . . Dr. Dean ' s my favorite . . . don ' t breathe a word of this . . . pick a spot on the map and move there ... a smile and a good word ... get that write up in. Student Gov ' t Assn. — Social Committee . . . Forum — Secretary . . . Adelphian Society — Vice President . . . S.C.A. . . . Kam- pus Vue — Co-editor . . . Who ' s Who. 130 MARJORIE L. LADEAU Elementary Winchendon How am I supposed to know what it is? ... a certain boy named Dickie . . . drowns ants . . . noontime TV lover . . . tops off training with a diamond . . . you ' re terrible . . . faithful and true. S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess . . . Band . . . Girls ' Glee Club. CLAIRE T. LA FOND Elementary Springfield Always in the dining hall . . . role-taking . . . what ' s at the tent this week . . . I ' ll announce it . . . physical science ace . . . photography fan . . . trip to New York. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Glee Club . . . Saxifrage. CAROL A. LAGUE Elementary Three Rivers A pint size ball of fire . . . always on the go . . . speed tester for Chevys . . . petite and unforgettable . . . Do you love me!!! ToKalon Society . . . Newman Club . . . W.A.A. Board . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Saxifrage . . . Dramatic Club. (MRS.) Nil I II 1 ll I I Special I ducation i si I ow nsend Nellie . . . kind anil thoughtful . . . proud mother of two . . . linnish accent . . . good student . . . loves math . . . a friend, nol .1 preacher. Special Education ( lub . . . Dean ' s I ist. 131 IIONARD LANGLOIS Secondary History New Bedford I enny . . . Lenardo . . . self taught on the guitar, that is . . . loves it on stage . . . post office man . . . one more time . . . likes penguins. Hsoteric Society. ROGER C. LEBLANC Special Education Fitchburg Roge . . . rolled up pants and sneakers . . . perpetually happy . . . sportsman . . . marvelous job in training . . . often seen in the lounge. Gaveleer Society . . . Newman Club . . . Saxifrage . . . Special Education Club . . . Commuter ' s Board . . . Intra- mural Board — President . . . Soccer. SANDRA LEMOS Elementary New Bedford Sandi . . . partial to red and white . . . 3rd floor penthouse . . . almost on time . . . the dependable Chevy . . . always chattering . . . trip to Washington. Philodemic Society . . . Cheerleader. CATHERINE A. LINEHAN Special Education Bedford Cath . . . pony tail . . . quick to respond . . . the thriller . . . waitress in the spa . . . full of jokes . . . bridge anyone? . . . aw. come on . . . Peter. Newman Club . . . Special Education Club. 132 MARY LINEHAN Secondary English Chicopee Pretty and petite . . . this could be the start of something big . . . Yesssssss! . . . sincere manner . . . the jungle queen . . . my wild Irish rose. Philodemic Society — Social Chairman . . . Newman Club . . . Saxifrage . . . Winter Carnival Ball Committee. DONNA JOY LOUX Nursing Brimfield Hadji . . . green fenders, yellow body . . . Siamese Please . . . eager beaver journalist. Adelphian Society . . . Dance Committees. MARY ELIZABETH LUCAS Elementary Gardner Crept back in September with a diamond . . . best tea maker at FSC . . . loyal member of the band . . . seen in the commuter ' s lounge. Kampus Vue . . . Host and Hostess . . . Band — President. BARBAR M W M K Nui ( hicopee Barb . . . deep in the bean of le.vas . . bain pi . . . basketball fan??? , green stamps anyone? Newman ( lub . . . Dance Committees. 133 STF.VFN J. MACAULAY Industrial Arts Springfield (loose . . . Big Steve . . . car fiend . . . give me a hockey stick so 1 can talk . . . " Crash Macaulay " the porter special . . . married Judj . S.C.A. . . . Mohawk Club . . . Hockey . . . Track. MICHAEL MAGRONE Elementary Monson Mike . . . frequent trips to his cousin ' s house . . . greasy . . . finesse with the ladies . . . Happy Valentine ' s Day, Mr. Fitzgibhons . . . what ' s that blue spot on your nose . . . hey gang. I got a goal. Esoteric Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Soccer — Co-captain. Golf . . . Men ' s Intramural Board. JOYCE E. MANELIUS Elementary Lunenburg Pleasing . . . accommodating . . . congenial . . . gentle and refined nature . . . making friendships that endure . . . neat and attractive. Host and Hostess Club. MICHAEL A. MANZELLO Elementary Leominster Striking appearance in his manly height and bearing . . . affable . . . easy going . . . makes friends readily and easily. L 134 PAUL MARCHAND Special Education South Bellingham Palsy . . . sneakers . . . always a good word . . . any recent hockey " pics " . . . did you say Bellingham . . . the apartment Spec. Ed. Club . . . Newman Club . . . Esoteric Society- President . . . Baseball . . . Hockey . . . " The Mirror " NANCY McDONALD Nursing Fitchburg Nancy . . . our wonder child . . . Jones boy . . . commuter ' s special . . . parties make the world go round Newman Club . . . Dean ' s List . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Secretary of Public Relations Committee GEORGE W. MARINEAU Elementary Nashua, New Hampshire Gig . . . hockey ace . . . keeps the Spa running ... is it Marineau or Marion . . . out of state commuter . . . where ' s the sun? . . . artist personified Hockey-Captain . . . Tennis SUSAN J. McNAMARA Special Education Winchendon Suzie . . . Mac . . . prettj lass . . . last minute assignments . . . cozy little apartment . . . basketball enthusiast . . . three stooges . . . love those panics . . afternoon naps Newman Club . . . Spec. Ed. Club ■ . ■ Cheerleader 135 ANN M. McCREl 1 Special Education Clinton Gardner gal • • • shy until known . . . Bermuda hikes, first day out . . . trips t o Wrentham . . . T.V. watcher . . . plug in the kettle. Newman Cluh . . . Special Education Club . . . Glee Club. DONA McSHEEHV Elementary Fitchburg Diamonds are a girl ' s best friend . . . did your car stall this morning . . . sings like a bird . . . loves second graders . . . sure I ' m going that way . . . loves clothes . . . has anyone seen the opaque projector. Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue. JAMES MEAUSKY Special Education Athol Mouse-ky . . . tall, dark and . . . best dressed man on cam- pus ... the short and tall of it . . . dependable car? . . . got a cigarette. Newman Club . . . Special Education Club. SANDRA LEE MICKET Nursing Shrewsbury Sandi . . . one " T, " no " S " . . . food fan . . . Soch . . . pretty hair . . . what was the score of that game. Newman Club . . . Dance Committees. 136 ANN MILL Secondary Math Clinton Clintonite . . . very blonde . . . favors sporty clothes . . . good student but pessimistic . . . quiet type. Commuter ' s Board . . . Host and Hostess Club. BETTY J. MILLER Special Education Hopedale Blue eyed brunette . . . loves third floor . . . c ' mon old Nellie don ' t fail now . . . Bermuda in the Spring . . . Moose Monson Miller. Philodemic Society — Secretary . . . S.C.A. . . . Special Edu- cation Club . . . W.A.A. Board — President . . . Host and Hostess Club — Vice President . . . Dean ' s List . . . Sax Literary Staff. WILLIAM ARTHUR MINZNER Andover Bill . . . sailboats vs. power boats . . good sense of humor . . . Ford wagon . . . what happened to Teddy. S.C.A. . . . F.I. A. A. . . . S.T.E.A.M. Industrial Arts scuffs his feet . . . . . cottage in N. H. NAN( I I 1 Mil l li Mil IT R Elementarj Holyoke Madame President . . . one of the unhoh three . . . nips to New York . . . cokes and green nigs don ' t mix . . . which waj to the lire . . . quick drying paint . . . lobster lover? . . . who stole George . . . ya know. Philodemic Society . . . Newman Club , . noun ( ouncil Vice President, President . . . V Board Kampus Vue . Band. 137 ROBERT MOGILNICK1 Secondary History New Bedford Mo . . . trips to Framingham . . . cool worker in the freezer . . . I am the state . . . he ' s nice too . . . really didn ' t want to play football ... St. Patrick ' s day, 1961 . . . where ' s Be now? Esoteric Society — President . . . Newman Club. JOAN S. MOGUL Special Education North Brookfield Mouldie ... a mind of her own . . . lady-like . . . short order cook . . . captured an Indian . . . prefers Metrecal to famous F.S.C. box lunches . . . well-worn path to Rollstone. Special Education Club . . . S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Saxifrage — Literary Staff. MURIEL A. MONTEIRO Elementary Fairhaven Not a worry in the world . . . love that jazz . . . sharp dress . . . rhythm plus . . . ten more days till vacation. Student Gov ' t Assn. — Representative . . . Philodemic Society — Secretary . . . Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Glee Club . . . Band . . . Cheerleader . . . Saxifrage. RICHARD G. MORRISON Industrial Arts Quincy Dick . . . has anyone seen Norma ... 164 Myrtle Avenue . . . plastic hot rods . . . Mercury over Johnson . . . wood major? . . . Jaguar . . . Palmer Hall. S.( .A F.I. A. A. . . . M.I.E.S. . . . Dorm Council. 138 MARY T. MULLAHY Elementary Fitchburg Personality plus . . . weekends at Bridgeport ... if I don ' t get a letter . . . out with the girls . . . avid football fan. Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society . . . Newman Club. DAVID M. MUNSEY Industrial Arts Maiden Dave . . . Punzie . . . the preacher . . . Rexall man . . . daily ride from B.F. Brown with supervisor . . . has walked the rapids. S.C.A. . . . F.I.A.A. . . . N.E.I.T.A. . . . A.I.A.A. Baseball. JOHN MURLEY Secondary Science Fitchburg Muris ... a man who ' s been to Paris (Island) . . . Ento- mology major 2 . . . loved training . . . where ' s my net . . . good sense of humor . . . never in a rush. Newman Club . . . Intramural Basketball. JEAN Ml Rl ' in I lementarj Melrose And what do you say about that Mmph ' go carl rides . . . one of the Bobbsej twins . . . Europe ' 65 , , , one t the Unholy Three. Newman ( tub . . . Philodemic Societj . S] II duca- tion Club . . . Sax- Art Stall Dunn Council President. 139 CAROLE ANN NAJEMY Nursing Worcester Naj ... lounge lover . . . black coffee at the spa . . . Lillyputian . . . Johnny Angel. Newman Club. ARTHUR NEWCOMBE Secondary Math Fitchburg Art . . . quiet lad . . . to the hill or not to the hill . . . junior trainee . . . loyal Gav . . . Elm Farm employee . . . a worker. Gaveleer Society. IRENE ELIZABETH NIEMIEC Elementary Three Rivers Niemy . . . weekend commuter . . . artistic talent . . . loves teaching . . . second floor Miller Hall . . . sweet disposition . . . Zebra slippers. Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Dean ' s List. MARGOT NILSEN Nursing Norfolk Mono . . . tennis . . . peppy . . . I ' ve got to study . . . interested in Flemish art? . . . Miller member. S.C A. . . . Forum Club . . . Newspaper Committee . . . Student Nurse of the Year Committee . . . S.N. A.M. . . . Sports Committee . . . Intramural Sports . . . Dean ' s List . . . Swimming Team. 140 CYNTHIA NORTH Secondary English Monson Cindy . . . weekend commuter . . . 4.2 in training . . . Gold- water in ' 64 . . . quiet — at first . . . Achilluuuuuuus!!! . . . wedding bells in the near future . . . ready, willing, and able class worker. Class Secretary . . . Financial Committee . . . Sax — Literary Staff . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . W.A.A. Board . . . Palmer Hall Social Chairman. PATRICK JOSEPH O ' LEARY Industrial Arts Maiden Pat . . . the big Irishman ... St. Pat ' s Day . . . green beer . . . one of the kitchen crew . . . third floor man . . . S. O ' Leary. Newman Club . . . Esoteric Society — Athletic Chairman . . . Track . . . Soccer . . . F.I. A. A. RUTH ANN OLIVEIRA Olive Arlington sweet and lovable Nursing pull up the popcorn pizza . . . little angel? Dean ' s List . . . Forum Club . . . S.C.A. . . . Co-Chairman of Student Nurse of the Year Committee . . . Intramural Sports . . . Pro Tern — Recording Secretary . . . Degree Pro- gram — Vice President. MARC, KI I OT l 11 i Secondary Math I eominstei Peg . . . gullible . . . dependable , . . definitely Irish . math in the training school . . . always a smile. Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club , Commuter ' s Board— Representative. I rcasiirer. 141 ELIZABETH ANN OSBORNE Winchester iu . glib and efficient . . . Dr. Kent ' s pride anc friends and initiations don ' t mix . . . Plum Island Adelphian Society . . . S.C.A. . . . Spec. Ed. Club Special Education joy STEPHANIE KAY PAPPAS Webster those checked knickers . Elementary Steph the blonde Greek trips to Nashua start the dance Steph music teacher? . . . George Class Secretary . . . Philodemic Society . . . S.C.A Saxifrage . . . Forum Club Who ' s the JEAN ELIZABETH Bon jour, mon am . . . sturdy beds? . in Mrs. R. ' s window? Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. PARKINSON Elementary New Bedford Parkinson miss . . . gloss over varnish . mute wedding bells . . . who climbed LUCIA PEASE Elementary Monson talented pianist . . . teacher on weekends . . . loved the first grade . . . my pet . . . lovely . . . early riser . . . often seen with Kevin . . . music! S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess . . . Amateur Radio Club 142 JOAN ANN PEPI Elementary Worcester love those ski weekends . . . unforgettable smile . . . snowy white complexion . . . quiet, but fun loving . . . daily com- muter . . . Thanksgiving banquets Philodemic Society . . . Newman Club . . . Saxifrage . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Host and Hostess JUDITH ANN PERCY Elementary Lunenburg Judy . . . piano . . . avid swimmer . . . two handed arpeg- gios . . . enjoyed training . . . quiet, with a reserved smile S.C.A. — Vice President . . . Host and Hostess . . . Glee Club — Pianist DELINA MARYANNE PICARD Special Education Fall River Del . . . De-line-a Pick-ard . . . winter picnics down on the Caribbean . . . loves that Phi Delta Pi . . . remember the Rollstone girls? Tokalon Society . . . Newman Club . . . Cheerleader . . . Spec. Ed. Club . . . Saxifrage RICHARD VI [ " OR PIETREWICZ Industrial Arts Worcester Pete . . . commuter ' s lounge Casanova . . . the Russian cossack . . . FSC ' s Karl Marx . . the I S philosopher . . . Boy ' s Club, Worcester Newman Club . . . F.I. A. A. 143 DONALD 1 . P1NC1ARO Industrial Arts Ashburnham Don . . . unit on great inventions . . . Pince . . . happily married . . . daily ride from Ashburnham. Epsilon Phi Tau. DIANE PINE Elementary Townsend DeDe ... do you think I have nice legs . . . chew gum much . . . alias, " needles " Pine . . . whose lovely pup . . . looks great in a pixie . . . Dartmouth Rah, Rah . . . merci beau coup . . .hi, sweetpea. S.C.A. . . . Philodemic Society — President . . . Saxifrage Di- rectory . . . Girls ' Glee Club . . . Host and Hostess Club. CAMILLE A. PIPER Nursing New Ipswich, New Hampshire Dam . . . Rembrandt herself . . . Buchy ... I found friends . . . can I have a ride? . . . anchors away. JUDITH I . PLUCINSKI Elementary Nantucket Judy ... a long, long swim to Nantucket . . . drive much . . . natural teacher ... I love staples . . . sprout wings and fly . . . take a taxi . . . rich traveler . . . where ' s Nelsons. S.C.A. . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Host and Hostess Club. 144 NORMAN POISSON Industrial Arts Fitchburg G.E. worker . . . among the married . . . doesn ' t plan to teach . . . Pontiac convertible . . . always tired. STEPHEN REGAN Secondary Historj Fitchburg Fatty . . . trips to South Carolina . . . where ' s your pin. Steve . . . not another philosophy . . . night watchman at Foster-Grant . . . orangeman . . . touch football. Esoteric Society. CLAIRE P. REINHARDT Nursing Wareham Claire . . . Paris in the Spring . . . where is the handle . . . crazy hats . . . universal joint. ToKalon Society . . . Newman Club . . . Parliamentarian for Nurses. Corresponding Secretary for Nurses. PAME1 ill I ' .l w i RENO Secondary Historj Gardner Pam • ■ charming . . . clothes make ihe unman . . . lc mother Daphne . . , observation today???. ol ci blonde is mj natural color . . . a beam of sunshine I have to teach English? Vdelphian Societj Newman Club Dean ' s List 145 DORIS ROBINSON Elementary Easl Templeton Cordial and gracious . . . innate sense of humor . . . calm serenity . . . sincere . . . ready to help and please . . . nice even disposition. Kampus Vue BARBARA J. ROMANKO Special Education Ludlow Barbs . . . always on the go . . . sax player . . . hates to write her letters . . . you lost your rug? . . . can ' t ever forget her laugh. S.CA. . . . Adelphian Society . . . Newman Club . . . Band . . . W.A.A. Board . . . Dance Band . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Sax Literary Staff . . . Special Education Club. ANTHONY J. ROMANO Industrial Arts Springfield Chief . . . Tony . . . nice giggle . . . Mr. Mohawk . . . good sense of humor . . . drawing major . . . Too-Too . . . Knock it off. Student Gov ' t Assn. — Representative . . . Mohawk Club — President . . . M.I.B. — Treasurer, Vice President . . . Kam- pus Vue . . . Sax — Sports Editor . . . Soccer . . . Baseball . . . Basketball. ANGELA ROSSI Elementary Leominster Petite brunette with a winning smile . . . thoughtful and help- ful friend . . . always there with the right answer . . . looking forward to the Indian reservation . . . loves history and music . . . telephone talk. loKalon Society . . . Kampus Vue — Corresponding Secretary, Editor . . . Girls Glee Club . . . Newman Club. 146 JOSEPH ROUSSEAU Elementary West Boylston Quiet . . . doesn ' t worry too much . . . former tiddly-wink champ of the commuter ' s lounge ... 1811 bid five what chamacallits . . . always happy . . . likes teaching . . . not marriage and bulletin boards. Gaveleer Society . . . Forum Club . . . Saxifrage. RICHARD PAUL ROY Industrial Arts Fitchburg Rick . . . beachcomber . . . loves to study . . . never cuts class . . . DeLisle ' s . . . the golden feet . . . who is Frank Pierce . . . the Duke . . . the magic pool table . . . clean it up . . . just married. Newman Club . . . Forum Club . . . Intramural Sports. CAROL ANN RYAN Elementary Fitchburg Higby . . . shutter bug . . . sink or swim . . . last but not least . . . the unholy three . . . lost any money lately . . . love jets widely . . . what did you say those apes were doing . . . trips to N. Y. . . . vacation traveler. Newman Club . . . Saxifrage . . . Kampus Vue — Publicity Head, Managing Editor. JUNE ANN SABLESKI Webster June-bug . . . special delivery letters . . . efficient worker . . . proud as a peacock. Adclphian Society . . . Newman Club . . urcr . . . Student Nurses Assn. — Treasurer ernmenl I reasurer. Nursing neat dresser . . . . . . Studcr ♦ 147 JUDITH SALO Elementary I unenburg Who needs a pitch-pipe . . . did you say party . . . love that Industrial Arts class . . . class singer ... 1 don ' t like cry babies . . queeny . . . never sees you when she drives by. W.A.A. Board . . . Queen of the Junior Prom. JOHN A. SANTACROCE Industrial Arts East Weymouth Santa . . . Pope John . . . real worker . . . bombed training . . . the SGA trip to New York . . . the grey bomber . . . personality plus . . . four years with Hatch . . . who is MAB . . . the girl ' s taxi. Newman Club — President . . . Esoteric Society . . . Student Gov ' t Assn. — Representative . . . Dorm Council. ROBERT A. SAUDELLI Elementary Leominster Bob . . . quiet and reserved until he gets going . . . corny jokes . . . artist . . . teaches at the Y . . . I ' ll swap you a bug . . . aloha ... a perfectionist . . . diligent worker . . . frequents the Spa. Logos . . . Dean ' s List . . . Cultural Committee. MARY FRANCES SCANLON Nursing Leominster Mary . . . mirror, mirror on the wall . . . am I knitting or pearling? Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society — -Treasurer. 148 CAROL R. SCHENK Elementary New Bedford Schenkie . . . the bank teller . . . quick to laugh ... a joy to have as a friend . . . early to bed early to rise . . . gullible . . . the hook . . . Oh, you kids. Newman Club . . . ToKalon Society . . . Dramatic Club . . . Cheerleader. KENNETH B. SEAMON Industrial Arts Worcester Ken . . . respected leader of S.C.A. ... a wave machine for Leo . . . good job in training . . . Glee Club ' s favorite bari- tone. S.C.A. . . . Epsilon Pi Tau — Treasurer . . . Logos . . . F.I. A. A. . . . Glee Club . . . Band . . . Track. KATHRYN A. SEXTON Elementary Ashby Kathie . . . will Pete get leave this weekend . . . Parke Snow ' s . . . anchor ' s away . . . who stole my watch . . . seen in the library. Newman Club . . . Library . . . Girls Glee Club. J K Di I II 1 sill 1 lementary Fitchburg Shay . . . vivacious . . . irresistible smile . . . read) with the answer . . . alive and alerl . . . nicely mannered . . . kindly nature. 149 I HI RFSA MARIE SMER1G1 10 Nursing Methuen rerri . . . Smerg ... let me say this about that . . . true Italian . . . shy until you know her. Adelphian Society . . . Newman Club. J. I. Nursing LINDA RITA SMITH Nashua. New Hampshire Smitty . . . college sweetheart . . . meetings, meetings, meet- ings . . . madame president . . . hot on the piano . . . the Lamplighter . . . did I wink? President of Nurses . . . BHSN Student Gov ' t Assn. — Presi- dent. Recording Secretary . . . ToKalon Society . . . Newman Club. ROGER K. SMITH Gardner Smitty . . . Rog . . . metals major? . . training in Lunenburg . . . Navy veteran Gaveleer Society — President . . . S.C.A. . Club. Industrial Arts moustache . . . . Gav. . Industrial Arts JOAN MARIE SOARES Somerset Gretchen . . . got much work to do . her . . . she ' s got those Navy blues . me . . . ride to Newport. loKalon Society . . . Newman Club Dorm Council — President. Elementary see you in Decem- doesn ' t anyone like . . Glee Club . . . 150 RODERICK BIRT SPURR Industrial Arts Fitchburg Rod . . . I.A. ' s own philosopher . . . the great debater . . . Logos man ... the father of the class . . . respected by all . . . the Marine . . . married. Logos . . . Glee Club . . . Madrigals. R. EARL STEARNS Industrial Arts Hopkinton Moose . . . the porter special . . . the quiet genius ... if it ' s not nailed down . . . beachcomber . . . weekend commuter. S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess . . . F.I.A.A. FREDERICK SULLIVAN Secondary History Fitchburg Sully . . . time for the five o ' clock news . . . knows all, sees all, tells all . . . crunch . . . not me. I don ' t dump on people . . . No, I ' m Fred. Mohawk Club — Treasurer . . . Soccer. JUDIIH M SULLIVAN Elementary Newburyport Judj . . . long time to decide , don ' t sweat the small stuff . . . puzzles . . . secretary without pay . . . insomnia in pswli . . . wherc ' s Newburyport? Newman Club . . , Most and Hostess . Glee ( lub . . . Saxifi age S.T.E.A.M 151 MICHAEL SULLIVAN Secondary History Waltham Sulh II .. . no, I ' m Mike . . . north of Ireland . . . living out . . . no more trips to Palmer . . . Burbank ' s big helper . . . only a few days left . . . Merry Christmas. Student Cio ' t Assn. — Representative . . . Esoteric Society — Secretary, Treasurer . . . Forum Club . . . Baseball . . . S.C.A. WARREN EDMUND SWANSON Industrial Arts Maiden Svvannie . . . gimme a copy of your unit . . . Swannie ' s. swap shop . . . Mr. I. A.? . . . metals major . . . ask Swannie . . . Palmer Hall . . . destination — South Deerfield. S.C.A. . . . Special Education Club . . . F.I.A.A. . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Tennis. GARY CARLETON SWENSON Industrial Arts Worcester The long haul from Worcester . . . beachcomber . . . Sweeny . . . good teacher . . . needs a pencil to talk . . . commuter ' s lounge ... the draftsman of draftsmen . . . quiet, but sincere. F.I.A.A. JOHN TALBOT Secondary Math Gardner Army man . . . transfer from Worcester Junior . . . Gardner- ite . . . willing debater . . . hard worker . . . conscientious. Newman Club. 152 SANDRA THOMAS Special Education Westfield Sandy . . . lovely appearance . . . that streak . . . intelligence and talent . . . pianist . . . willing to help ... a kind word for all. S.C.A. . . . ToKalon Society . . . Special Education Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Dean ' s List. JOYCE ALLISON TOWNSEND Elementary Worcester Dillon ' s girl Friday . . . California — here we come . . . dia- monds are a girl ' s best friend . . . enthusiastic trainee . . . hard working and efficient. S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. DAVID TURCOTTE Secondary History Fitchburg Dave . . . works for a jeweler . . . tall and curly haired . . . senior trainee ... am I correct in assuming that . . . commuter . . . track man . . . looks professional. Track . . . Gaveleer Society. SA1 I Y ANN TURN1 R ' lementary Wareham Personality plus . . . never to bi I ten face . partial to the Finns . . . supporter of the red and white apartment. si . . Philodemic Society . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Cheerleader. 153 RUTH L. VAUGHN FLORENCE P. TUTTLE Elementary Athol Flo . . . Pal . . . loquacious and jovial . . . staunch supporter of the maroon and gray . . . nightly telephone calls . . . love those first graders, S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Adelphian Society. Nursing Uxbridge flaming Mamie . . . Miss B . . . class . . Boston is wonderful, but Europe is Ruthie . . . Red . . wit . . . Russian fad better. N.S.N. A. . . . Co-editor of Burbank Breeze Means Committee . . . Program Committee. Ways and MARGUERITE A. VENANCIO Nursing Fall River Peggy . . . Queen ' s court . . . pinned . . . E.C. . . . corn husks . . . sparkling and spry. ToKalon Society . . . Newman Club — Vice President . . . Nurses Vice President . . . President of Nurses . . . Student Council. JUDITH E. VIEWEG Elementary Westminster Judy . . . well expressed . . . isn ' t that wonderful . . . works at the Old Mill . . . loyal student . . . long tresses we have never seen . . . another tea maker . . . good point Judy. 154 EILA H. WALLAT Elementary Clinton Quiet and reserved ... a smile for everyone . . . molding clay . . . Let ' s compromise with Ellie. Host and Hostess Club. BRENDA L. WERNER Brockton Always seen with a certain someone . pert . . . lots of sliding Junior Year . . knows. S.C.A. . . . Host and Hostess Club . Volleyball. I lementary . . physical fitness ex- . only her hairdresser . . Kampus Vue . . . SHARI (MONTVILLE) WHIPPLE Secondary English Gardner Student and homemaker . . . partial to red spikes and blue eye shadow . . . bulletin board happy . . . often seen with Cookie ... is anyone going to Gardner. Newman Club . . . Kampus Vue . . . Saxifrage — Literary Staff. KARI N II KINS Ardent Hying fan . talented teacher . . Adelphian Societ) V V Hoard. Secondar Math Shirley . smart girl . . long, long hair . . . transfer from elemcntarj lo secor Band Secretary . . . Forum 155 EDWARD JOHNSON Special Education Leominster Ed . . . flat top . . . well liked by all . . . the dribbler . . . big Daddy of Spec. Ed. . . . Red ' s buddy . . . the art of bluffing . . . Leominster recreation center . . . where did you get that belly? Special Education Club . . . Basketball — Captain . . . Baseball. ROBERT BELVERY Bob . . . apartment on a hill . . yes . . . dark rimmed glasses . Secondary Geography Shrewsbury Burbank employee . . . loves hospital food? . . . redhead, . great man on the cinders . . . quiet type. VIRGIL BLAKE Secondary History West Groton Our friend from Clark . . . Sandy will never understand . . . history man . . . pipe smoker . . . funny, witty, and wild ... I hate my car ... a reader . . . I ' ll kill the man who invented bulletin boards ... I taught English. WALLACE BLANCHARD Butch . . . oh, my heavens! twins! . . . good natured . . . easy going . President. Fitchburg . . Foster Grant man . ready made professor . Secondary Science . Masters ' immediately? . Gaveleer Society — Vice EDWARD CHAMPLIN Married . . . father of one . . . methods major. Worcester dictatorial . . . seen on a motorcycle Industrial Arts September trainee THOMAS DAWKINS Tom . . . senior trainee . . friendly . . . always neat . . Secondary History Newbury . loves to eat . . . reading observation enthusiast . . . shy, but . apartment on Highland Avenue. 156 RICHARD DELISLE Fitchburg Secondary English Peter!! . . . existentialist personified . . M.A. at University of Pennsylvania . . plans on editing literary works of the Young Philadelphian, J. Martin Reid . . . summer with the Cassasas . . . sharp dresser. GEORGE GARIEPY Fitchburg Secondary English Garyeppy?? . . . often blushing . . . fall trainee . . . quiet and unassuming manner . English whiz. BRYAN L. HAZEL Maiden Industrial Arts Quiet . . . porters love Chevys? . . . the man with the lead foot . . . good sense of humor . . . Mr. B ' s place . . . cars, radio. and studies? . . . electronics maj or. ALVAH JAKOLA Special Student Piano by ear . . . seat warmer in the cafe . . . those wild bridge bids . . . counselors gain, my loss . . . Stratton player. Glee Club — President . . . Gavaleer Society . . . Drama Club. PAUL KOSKY Worcester Industrial Ai ts Ex service man . . . tall and fair . . . affiliated with ifu ■ mental hospit. |-worker that is . . . camera bug. (MRS.) CHARLOTTE LANDRY Fitchburg Elementary Quiet and efficient . . . pleasing pe rsonality . . . enthusiastic teacher . . . loves that primary age. Newman Club . . . K ampus Vue . . . Host and Hostess Club. RONALD LF BLANC Gardner sccond.u j 1 nglish Hey I m finally going to graduate ... Mr. red V W . those Adelphians . , . I ' ll never understand them . . . Jerry is my favorite . 1 must study art appreciation . . very subtle humor . . . good dancer . . speech class. BRUCE A. MAXWELL Industrial VrtS Townsend When will you pay for the lefl ill or? . . . lots of laughs . . . good nun on the radio . . . Mr. H ' s structures class. THOMAS F. MOUGHAN Mcrrimac ial 1 ducation Young in appearance, mature in ide is .. . white shirt and sneakers . . a bus is a bumpy place to write lessons plans . . famous clinical type Special Education Club I orum . . . Baseball . . . ii key, H 157 IOHN O ' HARA Secondary History West Brookfield Love those Cockerspaniels ... " 1 don ' t want to sot the world on fire " . . . spaghetti dinners with Hob . . . Kiny Vggie . . . coffee at the Spa . . . master of satire . . . quick uith a joke. PR1SCILLA JEAN PEABODY Ashburnham English whiz . . . often seen studying? in the caf . spoken . . . pleasant to everyone. Secondary English never a hair out of place . . . soft CHARLOTTE ROSEN Secondary English Fitchburg Philosophical . . . from the land of tall women ... a woman ' s hair is her vanity . . . did you see that play . . . chances of being a great writer . . . well, Freud looks at it this way ... a mass of ideas running rampid. MICHAEL SHEEHAN Mike . . . noon time Charles Goren congenial manner . . . real scholar? Glee Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . Lunenburg . quiet — at first . . . Commuter ' s Board. Secondary History grad school in the fall . . . BRUCE WARREN WHITMORE Elementary Leominster Hard worker — especially during training . . . coffee breaks at the spa . . . the culprit ... I led four lives . . . whew! STEPHEN ALVIN WING Industrial Arts Still water runs deep . F.I.A.A. . Fitchburg boy . Fitchburg . . married. ( HARLES S. WINSI.OW Fitchburg Very quiet? . . . Haas . . . unit on jewelry . . . " Puss " Esoteric Society — Board of Directors. Industrial Arts dental school? 158 M« , v, V L ij lift zs yiSk " K s — r i lass Song • The class of sixty four is a class like none before Loyal, faithful, true, we will always be to you, Striving to our goals, with all our ' souls. Colors of black and white will inspire us to great heights; Our memories of F. S. C. will be always happy, joyful, de us here. ' . i xjpgether we will stay — through the sad times and the gay - Though someday we must part, we will keep near to all our h Our class like none before • Class of Sixty Four ; y J V J vr things have been. the busy scene, nces says: The Samuel Boyse r I M fn ■ ■ I r. ,» ■ v n ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ t H ■ ■ jf.t T I ■ ». I 4 J • . v • ■ « ■ .. ' ■ ■ k ■ ;


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Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

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Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

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Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

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Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

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Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

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