Framingham North High School - Archon Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1970

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SA TNCEMYHAND TZUCEMYHAND X NA M 1 ..,fw-W-NX, I ff!!! KS -f""' N I X, 1 ,A 'T " NX f 1 T , X X . ks........., 1 5 X 'X ""' - f I' ji, .5 XX X X' . if 'NR' KJ NNN-......f 4-. fw sy' I Q v j. ya'X A8 N 1 r 1. is-V ,- A 1 'if'Y"..., .,4x,l,,.,vaJN 'hx 'fb' rw-o bib .iflm qpwq t. va--sly ,,, 1-..,.,, . ,Mum-my ,anna-w ,nu-www-4 ...,-...M-4. .........-.M ..........N-.. 4 x....................,,...,,., cf' I , X Y , i ' Q P 4 , it Y UNGTHING WAS EVER AC!-IIEVED Wm-IOUT MSM- - EMEIZQON 1 Q 1 ,f , C Z 1' ff, N ' a 'lf I' X , H '54 Q pf, a,"ff'. 3 gif' ,f45ff2C'5f,f 1 ff , 31 fupx-Jr, , . A-M, , ,,-4,,...,. J :Mali ff 1' 4 f' f . NW. ,-. ,Q ,Alf ml. , ,. X 3-,..,j W, 4 we I I ...- ',., .V six, A , 1 fa -A " 3,3 ' 412-7' ,A-, 1 I. J ' ,V !r,,,L 4 v- gW 'L,w 'W f , ,f.x, K. .1 M - lg In jfdf. a G , , 3 , ' .. , . W W- V '....- A- H ""' W 1 - 2 I A' N.: T X, 356, I , it je 9-P s DEDICAUON Respect is a word associated with Henry A. Schlickman. Like him or not, fand most doj all who know the man respect him-respect him for his gruff, firm, but guiding ways, his intelligence, and his way of expressing himself. His ideas are definite food for thought to be "thoroughly chewed, then completely swallowed in order to be knowledge- ably digested." With Mr. Schlickman at the helm, the senior play attains new and greater heights each year. When handed the Marshal Force for the first time, Mr. Schlickrnan turned it into a more effective and more respected organization than ever before. His contribution to the Student Faculty Forum has generated a more vital exchange of ideas between the students and the faculty at North High. In his senior English classes Mr. Schlickman hands much of the responsibility to the student-something which many students never face until college. He shows faith in a high school level student. lt is for this command of respect, guidance, and faith that we, the class of l97O, dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Henry A. Schlickman. is "Xe, ffj, i 1' amy f WW W N, "' 's""Qmu '+- To the Members of the Class of 1970: The Class of 1970 is not only the largest class in our history but one which has been involved in many more far-reaching problems than any previous class. It has been very active in school affairs of all kinds. In this day of social change this class has become involved in the Faculty-Student Forum, in interchange of ideas with the faculty and others, and has used its abilities to make for a better Framingham North High School. It has been my privilege to know and to work with many of you and to make many lasting friendships. The goals which you have set can only be accomplished by a continuation of the spirit and effort which have been so evident during Your four years at North. May each and every one of the Class of 1970 be successful and find happiness in the world ahead. Mage PREQIDENTG MESSAGE I-IEPEWEQVXND INTI-IEIVUDQTOFMAIERIAUZINGGOALGJI-IOGE DREAMS, NO LONGER INIANGIBLE, APE F-INDING FORM AND QIRENTI-I. I-IIGI-I QC!-IOOL IQ QUDDENLYA MEMORY, AQ YOUII-I GI-IALL QOON BE. BUTWE QIAND NOW, A PAIZIING CI-ASG, IN FINAL UNION, NO REGREIQ, FORWE WAUCPROUD WIII-ITI-IAVWI-IIC!-I WE I-IAVEACIDMPLIQI-IEDTI-IEGE PAQTFEWYEARG. WE KNOWTI-IAI'II'IQ WE WI-IO WILL QOON PAPTWIII-I I-IIGI-I QC!-IOOLTO FORM NEW PN- TERNQ OF LIFE. WE ICNOWTI-IIIVITIQ WEWI-IO MAYBEQEEING QOME OFOUROLD FRIENDS FORA FINALTIME. WEICNOWTI-IAFITIQWE WI-IO, AGAIN TOGEII-IER, IN A CI-ASG FAR LARGERTI-IAN TI-If-WWI-IIC!-I WEARELEAVING, QI-IALL MOLDTI-IEBI2AVE-NEW WORLD. TI-IEREAREA FEW PLEAQUREQ WI-IIC!-I WILL EVER QURPAQQ TI-IOQE WI-IIC!-I I RE- CEIVED TI-IIQ YEAR. IVE MADE MANY FRIENDQ WI-IO I-IAVE GET METO WONDER WI-IAFLIFE WOULD BE WITI-IOUI' TI-IEM. I ONLY I-IOPE TI-IN' YOUR MEMORIES ARE AQ POND AQ MINE. Jay W5 MQ CHESS cLuB E Ib glgjg cg ug 355' g o o o o CEEMATH5 I n. n. n. n. S K E YCLUBQRF E EXW KEYCLUBTQURE I IRI R NENENE P791 TLTL TL WW' EAEAEA 000 RIRIBI :II ' ' UCC 039353222 E S EX 969-191m SCPS -..,..,... .,,..,..,....,..,..EL L E L NAAN IS ISY 05' A ' ! I I ! R ? 1970-'i970.'1.970.- 4 ' ' 7,969-' 7969: 1961917920-' 4.970.-4970: N CHE ERLEADE !!! CHEERLEADEIISQ!!! Q ETH WUQU IESQQAR T SQECFFICERS EQEEQQFFICERS ESQSQFFICERS SSCFFICERS Q8 gk nssncm susan iennafef whafe A SPECIAL UPJEUIE TO FRANCES J. CAVANAGH Sketch by: jan Zwerling When a leader decides to retire, one always finds difficulty in enumerating the endless positive qualities of that leader. Such is the difficulty which confronts your editors. A mere listing of professional-educational attributes would not do justice to our principal, Mr. Francis Cavanagh. Everyone knows of Mr. Cavanagh's long years of service, his rise through the teacher- administrator ranks, and of his genuine concern for the students of the Framingham public schools. A matter of public record can never truly indicate a man's worth to those whom he influences. Therefore, let's disregard formal accolades and concentrate on the man, Francis Cavanagh. Mr. Cavanagh never attempted to aggrandize himself at the expense of others. He is a true gentleman whose deep, per- sonal concern for North High, North's students, and his colleagues at North is paramount to him. To be brief, no man has dedicated himself so conscientiously and wholeheartedly to our school. His innermost feelings were always student oriented. Never did he make a decision that could be interpreted in any way except that his genuine concern and understanding of a situation resulted in that decision. Although many administrative decisions are felt individually, all can be assured the many difficult decisions handed down by Mr. Cavanagh were for the benefit of all. These administrative details were never resolved in an "ivory tower" manner. It is precisely this approach that displayed Mr. Cavanagh's penchant for administration. We need not justify, nullify, nor endorse all school matters. We need only look at the time, effort, and wisdom rooted in North High matters to discover the true personality of our principal, Mr. Francis Cavanagh. This leadership has created a legacy which has instilled a true North High Spartan attitude for our school, our leaders, and all who have attempted to shape our destiny. A most positive influence in these matters was Mr. Francis Cavanagh. Therefore, we the class of 1970 offer our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to Mr. Cavanagh. Please accept this special tribute as a testimonial to a true educator, a loyal friend, and a great leader of North High. QE-NIO NG- A N fl ,K f , SAX I ! ,. 7 lg?-if P X' Geoff Miller ure prerrdem Y 1 Scott Wenzell, preriden! ' fe lx L l, Q xft , . -ni-1 f N Ed Gaynor, lreafurer in Y... xii. 'Wx' M, " eh- ' ' ' Qvfftwr Debbie Wilson, Jerremfy ,vguivn ITTEE si Mr. George, flair adzvror STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Sharon Bernardi Gerald Brooks Gerald Canelli Rhonda Christopher james Cinamon Linda Considine Louis Demeo Mona Diamond Marcella Driscoll Marc Gediman Elaine Gull Stephanie Gull Deborah Halachis Suzanne Hitzell Susan Hunt Shirley Jackovich James Jacobs Corlette jiggetts Kristine johnson Susan Kaufman Carol Langevoort Stephen Lewis jane Puliafico Deborah Roach Diana Robinson Cheryl Schiavi Charles Schwartz Terrance Shepherd Christine Terrio Terry Toman Arthur Werksman Mary Beth White Susan A. White Susan j. White STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Marsha Benham julie Boynton Larry Cullum Debbie Crossley Diane D'Angeli Gail Dudley Jane Fangman Ruberta Farrell jennifer Fiske Gail Flannigan Melodee Leavitt Christine M:1cDougal Mary jane Oliveri Judy Reasenberg Amy Sandler Susan Scully Richard Shea Paul Siegel Nancy Stiller Donald Thibault Susan Vater SOP!-IOMOEE NG HTEE Hai 'J 'E .. I l 5'i'i2iiiziNc9 r,ciMMi'1"ri3E MEMBERS: Debra Alden Wfendy Alexander Irene Bertrini Alan liresner Michael Conway Stmiglituri Ellsworth Nina Forsdick Suzanne Franke Judy Garrlella Rieharrl Gilgallen Erik Hallgrimsnn Daren Hill Shawn Kearney joan McCullough Davial MiCh6lSrmn Barbara Olson Vicki Samlsto Lynne Sandvik joel Shames Robert Sharpstein Brenda Sheehan Robert Zinck, prefidenl Steve Bernardi, vice-preridenl Debbie Sleeper Gail Turnan f' Ronnie Feldman, lrearufer Mrsi Monaghan, advisor Carol Culginjferretary I i nnuvnwv'-H -'-H ENT NCIL FU.. 'I xfv .ll Rick Tarbox, pferident l I x I ldv 1 '-.,l 5 ' 'w-,, eeee n Peter Karb, zrearurer oflrfallilill .BFE ,i z! N1 lim :,:1t21imur.:-1iix..x X4 X. wi - '. af' kay "" f ff' xlibxxbff Larry Cotton, vire-preridenl Q. f' Mr. Flynn, adzfzmr COUNCIL MEMBERS: Donald Balfour james Cinamon Edward Gaynor Larry Ginsberg Shirley jackovich Peter Karb Frank Low Chuck Schwartz Richard Tarbox Kathie Barnes Larry Cotton Gail Dudley Mary jane Oliveri Helinka Rechnitz Ann Vrabel William Carey Steven Bernardi Cheryl Clark Mitchell Cohen Sharon Kearney Robert Sharpstein ' , SN Gail Dudley, rerording Jecrelary Helinka Rechnitz, correrponding .rerretary The Student-lfaculty forum is open for participation hy any North High student, teacher, or admin- istrator, The lforum affords students an opportunity to assume a serious role in making school policy. Even more importantly, students, teach- ers, and administrators meet on equal terms within the Forum, where they frankly express their views and try to resolve pmblems of mutual concern. In the first steps toward accom- plishing its goals the Forum initi- ated the placement of students on previously all-faculty departmental curriculum committees. The Forum is also planning to hold one or more seminar days in which regular classes would not be held. In addi- f f A , 'fy Marci Driscoll, ,secretary Q M1 Mr. james, moderator ,174--,, Frequent participants in Forum discussions: fl. lo rJ: Scott Wenzell, Sue White, Don Gilberg, Barry Lenk, John Woolf. gherg co-chairmen tions Committee. Left: Mr. Schlick- man and Mr. Galla- Student-Faculty - Ad- ministration Rela- tion, the Forum has begun discussions concerning an independent study program and changes in the grading system of the high school. I ,U Barry Lenk: rlmifnzun, edumfiorz rommiltee N STUDENT FACDUY FORUM -.' ' ll- LI Ljcl ,..1 iii, ' 7 2 ' ' A 1 I 3- 5 l I WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE fl. to f.j.' Mr. O'Brieng Eric Karp chairmang Mr. Tetraultg Ellen Malloy, secretary. I' 7' ,4 415' fggi yg. Gfzifffn " j 4 :"flf '??n3ff J ff, 'I : .V .V y 'wr' , 'if '-'S 61 l N , , . , Aw' 1 ' + .W 2 f gw V W ., 1 , .,,2Z' , f,,f ,V X , 1 ,. ' f lil ',f,.4, fe , J , 4+ IW 1 5 xg, 555 ig., 5' gf' v I ,. f big. A A D U 1 KEY cw I -vu 'NK Q "'r"Y'1' Yllklflv wwf. X . K "UND ING, A PAT!-IWAYTO HUMAN DIGNHY ' E T i Row I: G. Miller, M. Tarlow, S. Shedcl, B. Cohen, J. Kaufman, F. Low, D. Hurwitz, J. Gosselin, W. Samoluk, J. Cinamon, A. Silverman, C. Schwartz, Row 2: T. Noonan, P. Mailhot, E. Gaynor, A. Werksmon, J. Casali, R. Bennett, J. Morrisey, T. Hawley, G. Brooks, M. Zaplin, P Hollis. Row 3: B. Lenk, P. Karb, F. Komola, K. Tibbert, P. Hurley, R. Pendergast, P. Cook, M. Gediman, J. Held, B. Spellburg, J. Winer, E. Baldwin, L. Goldstein. Rau' 4: S. Drugan, T. Bromby, T. Quinn, S. Donahue, T. Maley, S. Lewis, D. Gilberg, S. Greene, J. Ljungstedt, A. Wernick, G. Kinelli, T. Finn, A. Newman, F. Antonucci. The Key Clubfs program for the year 1969-1970 may be summed up in the theme, "understanding, a pathway to human dignity." The Key Club carries out service in the following manner: extensive participation in school activities, a more constructive and meaningful cooperation between Kiwanis and Key Clubs, and an active "buddy system" which helps underprivileged children and our elderly generation. In addition to fulfill- ing theme projects for this year, they are engaged in all sorts of school and community service. The Key Club never refuses a job and expects nothing in return for its services. This is the meaning of Key Club at Framingham North High School. D.- E Row 1: R. Klein, J. Camuso, M. Toole, C. Graham, W. Handrahan, P. Giorgio, D. Michelsin, D. Youicsin, S. Bernardi, S. Gilman, J. Yeager Llrlaherty, T. Shames. Rou' 2: L. Shapiro, H. Goldman, D. Davis, T. Fair, R. Sharpstein, S. Goldberg, S. Kaplan, P. Linet, R. Jacobs, P E ersen, P. Lord, K. Dwyer. Row 3: M. LaBarre, A. Steiman, W. Carey, K. Slatkauitz, S. Belli, A. Johnson, M. Becker, R. Greene. Row 4: R Greene, J. Hill, K. Hollis, M. Conway, W. Frary, A. Davidson, L. Potischman, D. Thibault, L. Cotton, P. Holtzman, J. Goldman, J. Saperia. 27 1 S1 ,if -vi " J 1 . 1 A, . .yf . f.. ,A1 gf: , N ,wr-. Si Q . 1 , 'V 3, '.4?f f'z,.- r , u u,5U , 2jaPgz,, B . W . ,p sv , ,gi ew' ' fs ' ' , , ,,,f,1P M-L--1:11 1154233211 1 - v r 1' T 1 Q gg? 1 , , v NM 3. 3 2 5 f 7 Q , , 5 2 fs W 2 5, :Wa , gf Q. ?f 4. i 1. 5 9 .i .V A2 ' ,iff e? x 3 ' , fag L- ,3. ,173 1 .,,. .MLA . fn ij, ' ,uf Q 222 NNTONAL HONOR QOCIEIY joan Egasti secretaryg Don Gilbergg Peter Karb, x ice president Peter McMahon. - ----- ,.......,..- nu-. -'ng-gg, Larry Ginsberg, prexzdenl MEMBERS Marcella Driscoll joan Egasti Barbara Federline Jane Frnmmer Donald Gilberg Richard Gilberg Laurance Ginsberg Susan Goldstein Carole ju Peter Karb Amy Klayman Barry Le-nk Peter McMahon David Newbert Robert Schneider Richard Tarbox Lynn Turnan June Weisgerber Andrew Wemple 3 Mrs. Peters, adviror I ONAL ONS :re ' 1 U . Sealed fl. lo r.j.' Kara Hogan, Lynne Ferrari, Carole ju, Mary Beth White. Slanding, fow 1 fl. to 1.1: Judy Puliafico, Susan Freeman, Sue Hitzel, Marcie Driscoll, Jill Kurland, Michael Becker, Q l if Al J ' yi - . il N 'i Mr. O'Brien, adzfiror Kevin Dwyer, Laura Billingsley, Terry Monaghan, Gail Smith. Slanding, row 2 fl. to nl: Mr. O'Brien, Jan Ljungstedt, John Camuso, David Elwood, Howard Salavitz, Roger Bur- nim, Mike Ferrari, Ierold Zimmerman, Mark Cohn. D Article II of the constitution of the drama club reads "The purpose of this organization shall be to acquaint members with the dramatic arts and to stimulate interest in them." The purpose is carried out through workshops in acting, costumes, di- rection, lights and sounds, make-up, production, properties, pub- licity, set design and other areas of theatre. There is ample op- portunity for rzzzymze to have fun in drama club activities, and . . . Membership is open to ALL, including freshmen! Plans for 1969- 1970 were set up in April of 1969 and officers were elected: John Wiles, premfezzl Kristine johnson, 1'ire-prerirfezzl Randle Sather, lrerzifner Claudia Gould, .l'?L'fKfdI'J' Rebecca! Leavitt, 7IIH77ll167'.ibfP jane Puliafico Louise Werner Leslie Holland, mbizzef member! DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS 1969-1970: Alison Dodson Patti Dudley Marcia Fontaine Linda Gentry Daw Ed Green Kathy Hickey Robert james Donna jenkins Betty jones Sally Leach Barbara Lesser Donna Marram Stephanie Moore Maureen Murphy Valerie Saladino Seazed fl. .fo rj: Carole ju, presidentg Mr. O'Brien, Lynne Ferrari, vice-president. Slanding fl. lo rj: jan Ljungstedt, A.F.S. representa- tiveg Laura Bellingsley, secretary, Mary Beth White, program chair- man, Kara Hogan, treasurer. . ---1 Miss Kline, adriror Kristine johnson AMERICAN FIELD QEEMCJE A different language, exotic foods and aromas, laughing and crying, folk songs of a foreign history, a noisy market- place, society's rich and poor, superstitions, religious cere- monies, unfamiliar family customs, an understanding smile. This is American Field Service. But beneath these features are the emotions and knowledge which also comprise the A.F.S. experience. New sights, people, and culture are only a few of the many facets. The profound value lies in the intangible aspects: understanding, insight, willingness, respon- sibility, patience, pride and love. American Field Service teaches that the world isn't small, but a vast union of individual societies. It broadens views and teaches to accept and understand others. This is the beauty of American Field Service. To go on the AFS program is to start a new lifeg to open your eyes and see a new world, although it is very alike your home world, to meet so many people from all over the world, to make so many new friends, to learn about a new sort of people, but also to see that all people are all the same, to really see what your own country is like, to live in another family, to graduate in a great school with great people. I want to thank everybody, especially my American fam- ily, who made this an unforgettable year. Now I really know why the AFS statement says: "Walk together Talk together O ye people on earth JAN LJUNGSTEDT Then and only then Shall we have peace." ,. aff JANE IN BRAZIL JAN N NORTH Xx- - 'S'-L '19 er, X ue Goldstein 1970 A1213-ION S S AI-201-ION STAFF: C0-edzlorix Eric Karp Sue Goldstein Arroriale edilor: Lonnelda McGrath Biography and Verse: Carole ju Steve Shedd Arliziliey' Lois Leviton Tom Bromby Family: Pam I-leclin Debbie Roach Sefziarrfx Amy Klayman Gail Smith Fealurerx Terry Engel Jane Willen Girli' Sporlfi Lynne Ferrari Susan A. White B0-yy' Spanx: Richard O'Kane Gerry Brooks Ari, Plaolograplvy and Layoui: Pat Martino Sara Manclell Ann Scagnelli q-V4 lf' Eric Karp Greg White, photographer OO EDITORS Vol VII No 2 Framingham North Hugh School November 1969 1 ld lk r r r Wou 1 6 O fffwf Durmg the pw year I WQS H The Student Councn of The Student Faculty Pom lgham North High School ig held xts fxrst rneetmg of the scho ssembly of eleeted Year On Ocmbef 10 ho nl Jmcatnon wxtl' to 313011511 t entatlves the Mary Beth Whxte Eduor m Cbfef ems Fomn C811 OI' his ontm the leen Lenter w1lI democracy Why are the op S dw Miowmg elgmeen year OMS w1th It The truth ga 3 vo e by 1972 Many of the that the Forum IS desxgne ue h V am . ump!" t Jay the Spartans scored tv tl asto wht u idowns to Dedhams on Kafamd Nm' an lb lfilurkey Dai I Set up Mary Beth White tg Sunday NIM Rvvlfwlh activities. M.lrccIIaDnscolI V . ,mh,,,wL,k,,,,.,,, RW powm However. college llte IS tar IHCIUUCU are sucri IIVCS oi lllCbC classes aliu un: same the 0PP0ftUmtY to ilel l U" ll. I iell : u ,l ks 'iso ing slv ls S barn work tl around protessors and perh iiscussion So me instl 5 1 sincere 1 ' Z9 lin... not worth the extra Mr Savage advisor Rltlmalclembeing all studying. Just t ' ' it happened to everyday existence here has been one of the greatest experiences in my life. Here you come to know new and different people and have expose areas of uly a will yourself to many new worst Tl you in on Jy far rld. I lnce l ng in your year Li IHS the lvith the lille LJUI1 f'Countdown," "Senior Society," and Council Capers?" All these articles made the SPARTAN great. Even though the quality is somewhat better and the pictures slightly better, l still don't think this is worth the extra cost. We should move the SPARTAN back to the school, keeping all phases of its production within F.N.H.S. as was the original p e tirst o s might nl in fact p lize we h evious cr ' average sl Jenings HI gh the e: J to six Ol Q le Ughlis UQJSKCIDBII team ever, with entering the Tech Tourney almost Ll sure thing. This summer North had one of the top teams in the Summer League. Although almost never having the whole team together for a game the North team found themselves on the winnin s le in all but Ll few QLHIICS ,N , 2 . 3 QS?- nv A ,fnf I 1 -' , g.,,A 36 , -M ,.,,. -'- -S ' f. . rg WF f5f'fr ?2 'W ,ff L,: f,::f ,561 'If W ,.4x- ', V' Htflb I ,fs ,Q X A f ,: x4f'f""fb:y? g ', if 441 A fxigx- 'AWA 5 w. 'JW' P-ffhfg' , f 9' .mga 'Wil A ,I ' ,J ff! V if 1 R Tgg, L' if H4-x Llfuj. 4 E fu IH K! x -vu..g ln' , Q gf x if YQ D X Q , 2y4'w' d' idi- . W-bv-fwrr',,,,,,wvf'1'1r"Zfi'!'?4'.' " ""' 'M ' E AIDEQ Michael Amato Anne Baldwin Jeanne Barnes Brian Batzer Steven Belli Irene Bertozzi Diane Burkin Donna Burr Dena Cohen Mary Coleman Kathleen Collins Andrea Damato Marie Deveau Kathy Dwyer Cindy Ericson Bill Feinberg Lesley Fenton Cindy Filosa Paul Firth Karen Flattery Suzanne Frank Michael Frary John Giangregario Paul Gilgallon Carol Handlin Laurie Herrick Carol Herrin 737' 'fkwivf Mrs. Heaps, librarian Fred Horan Robert James Connie Kabarrubias Diane Keenan Marlene Keller Linda Levy Jane Mahoney Andrea Mills Richard Paresky Lucia Patruno Maureen Reardon Amy Rosenburg Robert Russell Susan St. Martin Robert Schneider Ronald Schneider Carol Shea Lary Sinewitz Melanie Sonsini Theresa Sullivan Diane Thacker Margo Vanalstine Jeff Ward Sharon Weld Chris Wilson Kim Yeaton '1 Qu mi u. wamy Judy Behrman Ernest Black Daniel Bradbury Linda Budd Rhonda Christopher Janet Cunningham Alison Dodson Gail Dudley Susan Feiler Julie Flaherty Peggy Flynn Kathleen Francis Karen Furbush Jeffrey Johnson Peggy Joyce Carol Lemard Maureen Martin Richard Morrissey Felix Phillips Maryann Platt Nina Rovinelli Don Serpliss Diane Thomas Laureen Wilson LANGUAGE LAB MON BUSINESS ADVEPIISINS I Sealed fl lo rl Elame Waldman june Wensgerber student manager Sue Fenler student manager Amy Klayman Lounse Smger Standing fl lo rj Mr Zecker advisor Alnsa Hurwltz Michele Sawyer Terry Engel Cheryl Sch1av1 JUNIOR: CLASSICAL LEAGUE Mrs Faherty ndwror Sealed fl to rl Karen Martell, Cheryl LaFleur, Gall Smnth, janet Sanders Terry Monaghan, Carolme Parks, Stephen Kaplan, Davrd McQu1rk, Kevm Dwyer, Tnmothy Ngau Slandmg fl to rj Paula Pero, Cheryl Cote, Deborah Crossley, Leslne Rxchardson ft, I 1,7 , sf? gg 'fm 21. sig, x 4 Jfffiff -ragga 5, ,M. 4, ULU 551 WGN 1541? 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V . , V , I . 1 In f 11.4 M. .Ll ' 'Jffff ' MXN - .H ,en fr 25 1: ' , '22 Activities Senior Steering Committee President: Scott Wenzell Advisor: Mr. George Junior Steering Committee President: Dan Heller Advisor: Mr. Donovan Sophomore Steering Committee President: Robert Zinck Advisor: Mrs. Monaghan Student Council President: Rick Tarbox Advisor: Mr. Flynn Student-Faculty Forum Moderator: Mr. James Key Club President: Gerald Brooks Advisor: Mr. Savage National Honor Society President: Larry Ginsberg Advisor: Mrs. Peters International Relations Club President: Carole Ju Advisor: Mr. O'Brien Archon Co-editors: Susan Goldstein Eric Karp Advisor: Mr. Gallagher Spartan Editor-in-chief: Mary Beth White Advisor: Mr. Savage Drama Club President: Kristine Johnson Advisor: Miss Kline Chess Club Secretary: Don Thayer Advisor: Mr. Bayes Debate Club President: Rick Gilberg Advisor: Mr. Fortier Library Aides Advisor: Mrs. Heaps Language Lab Monitors Advisor: Mr. Hayes Junior Classical League President: Lori Weinstein Advisor: Mrs. Faherty Business and Advertising Staff Student Managers: Sue Feiler June Weisgerber Advisor: Mr. Zecker Marshals Captain: Tom Quinn Advisor: Mr. Schlickman Teen Center President: Barbara federline Advisor: Mr. Giles ARC!-ION QUEEN This year the Archon Queen was chosen by stu- dents from Leicester High. - 1 , e,,r me 1? . LIQQ-4 1970 fbi. PATRICIA BRUENELL 'sg W- X Q ANNE MCCULLOUGI-I JOAN DOODY AIZC1!-ION LINDA ROSEMAN 'fwwgzi' ELAINE GULL gmgz wanna-Nil'-v KATHLEEN KIERAN PIZINOEQQEQ JEWISH wma onus' X V Arthur Newman Barry Lenk Peter Karb Richard Gilberg Susan Goldstein 44 l f . ff " Barbara Federline H, , l 4 l l l joan Egasti Kara Hogan Larry Ginsberg Amy Klayman Marcie Driscoll Kristine Johnson Carole Ju Lynne Ferrari Barbara Federline Wayne Bennett OF OOMMENDNION Cl-I DERQ MAJ .' i'ngfh8L. fl to rJ: Paula Agostinelli, Kathie Barnes, Jane Bonano, Joanie McCullough, Jeanie Carey, Joyce Sandvik, Anne McCullough, Joan Egasti, Pat Breunell, Jane Fangman. X 4 Row 1 fl. to r. : M. Parmenter M. Miller L. Ferrari C. Hurlbut I Y Y 7 Y L. Jasset, S. Daley, S. Moore, S. McGrath. Row 2 fl. to nj: L. Gold- stein, K. Wallace, S. Fernandez, P. Martone, N. Smith, R. Benoit, J. Gorfein, A. Wallace. Row 3 Il. to nj: J. Mesite, R. Humphrey B. Knepp, R. Morse, D. Remillard, J. Weisgerber, A. Harvey, T. Serpliss. Row 4 fl. lo rj: G. Parks, S. Knight, J. Zimmerman, R McGrath, P. Marsh, R. Schneider, H. Humphrey, A. Gregg. Not pre:- enz: R. Herns, J. Johnson, C. Mee, S. Packwood. YIQE 'Wy q,'1'P 'Q-w - Debbie Kerr, zwirler ax 5. Jane Cullen Doreen Leavey Cheryl Schiavi Gail Dudley Tina Krystyniak Carol Culgin Holly Dunphy Tracey Malloy Barbara Olson Jill Sharkey Kneeling: Carol Briner, Jonee Feldman. Slanding fl. lo 1.2: Roberta Farrell, Susan Vater, Linda Trust, Brenda Sheehan, Laurie Nicholazzio, Eilene Lynch, Leslie Green, Cindy Kinane, Judy Hurley, Ronnie Feldman, Doris Meyer. Not pre.renl.' Susan Gerhardt. 2 , ie y f 45 si, ,1- we f I x X?-,N ' A -all ?...3,z'., WSP, ' Magix 'Lf' E' va-, -t. ,1.- I - rv- .W ' DY' 1 W fl QA f O """"'-aw. -I 1 023-b 1 i4Q1i I ,i 3' 6' u- -Qn' 14 Q0 K 9 rs., 1-AD' -I' QOPHOMOEE DANCE Class Q-f f - ll .-70. 'Holds Spring Dance The Sophomore class will hold their spring dance on April 15 in the j.F.K. gym. The theme for the dance will be centered around the story of Peter Pan. Music will be provided by "The Tyme Revolution." Although the dance is be- ing dedicated to the seniors, all classes are invited to attend. Tickets are on sale for 31.25. Workers: Don Balfour-Tickets, Corlette jig- getts-Invitations, Rhonda Christopher -Refreshments, and Sue Feiler-Ad- vertisements. On the Decorations com- mittee are: Kara Hogan, Cheryl Schiavi, Debby Brown, and Lynn Turnan. ,f 3 PETER PAN ..,f.,.,,,W ' , 29 'JA Y I r ni nv fn! ya 'I ,-53. B 4 '2 K 1 ,4 f f x'f J 3. n..4 em ry' :.u..'-Q.. 1. fwwg 4... 1 . 2 E 'f Q c vin 4',.,.:,4g,,v., ,ICQ fe Jviev-sv t I 5. yy I I i Q i I x x ,915 X awww! Wivawaw I 'ie Vi " 1, 1' W, , V- . , i . 4' " ,r --'ff fr , 1 -, 1 Aff. , l . .k , ,, ,, - wx. . I , N , Q f ' nl .. , 2 x 1-M xl.. - .s I I I ir .At , , J eg ,555 31. 3 W, H' Hi M Juwrora PROM MAY 2, 1969 Tl-IE MEADOWS SPAN! H EN ENT fi 4-1 11? i .Laffy .. v , .. 1 ,,' " I 2 FZTLXI 4:7 K Q Slinzdinlgg Lissa Hurwitz, Elaine Dias, Sharon Bernardi, Patricia Roche, princesses. Seu1fe'd.' Caryl Cote, queen. KES sx 5, If Rx Zin x N N IZ X ' 1 ' f' 1. SR .,""a'. 4 1 J ., sl' i SENIOR PLAY CAST OF CHARACTERS 111111 . . Gerald Brooks ng H111 Scott Gerard Wenzell . . . Scott Sullivan Terence Shepherd . David Hurwitz Deborah Forman Susan Abbott .. Lissa Hurwitz Kristine johnson .. Karen Adams Maida Henderson Deborah Halachis 9 Polzremen Arthur Werksman Steven Shedd X iw" :U-,,f. L 91 3. Z , I 0, I 4. wif,-Q: . vi' ,jf-.3"'ii , I '4 -'J . - v Ri . ii. V 1 3.5 ,lx " -v""f 2 elzgj, ,K 1 3' fe , Z, .M if 4 ,D 5 ' 3 ., Q , 4 2 Q .,., ggg., 4 5 fx iz ygtfz fi? S il 7 ' I f 4 xv. , Z ,Vg fg,V4Z,,", 1 6 if I m g veGreRDAvA CHILD Owe Ourro WONDER ,, A AND CAUGHTA DRAGON ew INQIDE AJAIZ O AND FEAIZFUL wueN me Gnaes weRe DULL oe T1-IUNDEIZ A L ANDTEAF2FULN'THE FALLING OPAGUARJ Q 12 N ,gf II R . 10 2 X , ' 9 o JN' A A 8 X A A x 5 f , A- TAM 5- AND THEN me CHILD MOVED TEN mee kkfff O' - ROUND me GEAQONQ T f A AND WORDS une "WHEN YOU'I2E OLDEEJ' ff' f' " A MUGr ARReAGe uw pTok,Kf X AND PIZOMIQEQ Oe QOMEDAY MAKE I-HG DREAM AND GvaeeN GRRJNGG AND QIXJEEN QUMMEPS V GONE NOW AND CAEJWHEELSTUIZN TO CAIZWHEELQ THROUGH l L THETOWN THEYTELL HIM "I7-VCE YOUIZ TIME, ITWONTBE LONG NOW UNTIL YOU DRAG YOUR FEHTO GLOW THE CIIZCLEG DOWN" AND GO THE CHILD WHO DPEAMED TOMORROW NOW IQ TWENIY Q A T f ,, 5D A mOGe DREAMS HAVELOGTQOME GRANDEUIZ If f ' fx, COMINGTRUe ' A f THERE-'LL ee NEW DREAMS, AND MAYBE eerrem 1 f we DRLAMG AND PLENTY BEFORE me LAST IZEVOLVING YEAIZ IQ 5 THROUGH AND me QEAQONQ mev GO ROUND AND ROUND PNNIED PONIEQ GO UP AND DOwN Q we'Re KEPVUPON me CJGPOUGEL Or: me O E5 O, we CANTIZEIUPN. we CAN ONLYLOOIG , Q Dfgxeeowi BEHIND PROM WHERE we Owe QQ ffifsf A ,vow Q AND GO ROUND AND ROUND QD INTHECIEOLEGAME AND GO ROUND AND ROUND ' N--A -A Lf INTHECIPJCLEGAME M-WMM-'DJMMM 57 if Q 3 59 1969: Best Grid Seoson Ever "I have never been 3 prouder of these guys than I am today." These were the words of head coach Angelo lnsalaco on the eve of the 1969 Thanksgiving game, The next day his team swamped previously undefeated W.tlpole 32-14 to cap their best season ever, compiling a 7-2-O record. Never before has a Spartan team provided a more thrilling and suc- cessful season. The 1969 Frominghom North Sportons 4 rf , bf'-i -' ' iw. -t 1- 8. - -A 1 ,Ms , , . Brick wut: Coach Dineen, G. Grant lMgr.j, M. Walsh fAss't Trainerj, D. Newbert fMgr.D, M. Smith, W. Frery, J. Patterson, R. Tolland, E. Swanson, R. Tarr, P. Breen, D. Watts, R. Ferraro, V. Kasetta, Coach Caputo. Middle mum' Coach Insalaco, P. Hollis, W. Bogosian, P. Berg. W. Carey, R. Lockerby, M. Danyla, T. Fair, J. Kenney, M. Gediman, R. Olsen, P. Doherty, M. McKee, J. Grove, A. Coppola fTrainerj. From faux' D. Campion, P. Comiskey, A. Byrne, J. Hamnett, R. Bennett, P. Cook, P. Ernst fTri-Capt.J, S. Corrigan fTri-Captj, S. Donahue fTri-Captj, J. Held, T. Hawley, T. Quinn, E. Barnes, J. Drugan, E. Brown, J. Morrissey, E. Polley. 60 AJ 1969 Broin Trust Anthony Coppola Troiner J. Michael Dineen Bockfield Cooch Angelo Insoloco Head Cooch Vincent Coputo Line Coach " W"-1' For the first time, the awareness of a great team . . . TRI-CAPT. CORRIGAN we knew if . . . . . . they found it out 4. iff" . . .and learned quickly . . hF..f ' '01 fn. Ilrugan over SIX Benj C223 cepw X for inte I-. . r r .3 f .fi an that this year . . . 5 "SPARTANS" was the 'Tj' 'YA PM r , SL fin 4 name they'd remember ,gi rs , ,rm1, . . . . And Wait 'Till Next Year 'fdf' tn R j P tte on M Q th W I' x, P. Breen, M. McKee, R. Ferraro, R. Olsen, V. Kaseta, J. Grove, D. Watts. Row 1: P. Berg, E. Swanson, R. P. Doherty, R, Lockerby. 1 I 'rj Junior Varsity Football judging by the squads record and performance in spite of injuries, Bay State League competitors have plenty to worry about next season. "WC , 8 e I N Opp. Braintree...22 O we Wellesley .... 8 8 O Dedham ...... 6 R' 1 South ........ 6 22 Needham . .22 8 Milton ...... 20 22 Norwood .. 14 8 Final Record: 4-2-l Sophomore Footlooll Back mu M Amato N Waters Coach Kavanaugh Coach Martino K Hollis B Fischer R Healy G. Gasucci, W. Lowry. Second row: V. Callahan, E. :Jacobsen W Brown G jones D Bradbury I Garrahan S Levy R Erinson Tfjlfd mu J King O Sullivan, C. Particelli, S. Galner, R. Polley, J. Sharkey, ,J Musgrave P Murphy J Daly S McDougall Front row j Mastrangelo B Weld K Rosenberg J. Raymond. Frosh Football W. Aman, D. Borgatt, J. Breen, P. Breen, J. Bryant W. Cantwell, E. Conti, B. Bonzey, R. Culgin, D Curran, J. DeAngeli, K. Enright, W. Fitzpatrick, B Ginsberg, R. Hogan, M. Hurley, R. Jackson, S. Kaseta D. Keareney, M. King, W. MacKiel, M. McGrath, R McLean, C. Melegos, J. Murphy, G. Nickerson, T Noonan, J. Parker, F. Polley, D. Reilly, G. Samoluk J. Shames, M. Sullivan, K. Toole, P. Vrabel, J. Ward C. Wilson, T. Wine, Mgrs. 1. Moynihan, S. Conti f 55 Fourth Soccer Season Proves Best Yet Three seasons of trial and experience was all the back- ground that the soccer squad had entering this season. The Spartan Booters made the best of such a short history and came up with six wins, the highest number of victories ever achieved by a North soccer team. VARSITY RECORD N Opp. Norwood ..... 5 2 Needham ..... 0 1 Natick .,..... 1 0 Milton ....... 9 0 Braintree ..... 2 6 South ........ 1 3 Wellesley .... 1 2 Walpole ...... 3 1 Norwood ..... 2 2 Needham i.... O 1 Natick . . . . . .3 2 Milton ....... 2 0 Braintree ..... 1 2 South ..,..... O 1 6-7-1 . , , W W, ,ix EY . 4, , .. ,qt Hu W , ai: W ,a r f .ar BM? f0w.' Coach Angelo DiDomenico, D. Wemple, J. Ljungstedt, A. Werksman, M. Cohn, M. Blum fCo-Capt.J, L. Ginsberg fCo-Captj, S. Mancini, W. Samoluk, P. Karb, G. Miller, Coach Ted Steeves. Front row: G. Bakke, A. Davidson, B. Bakke, 1. Kaufman, C. Schwartz, S. Shedd, S. Pongratz, R. Martin, A. Faden, J. Woolf. l Coaches and Varsity Captains ap Larry Ginsberg Coach Ted Steeves Coach Angelo DiDomenico Mike Blum 1' O JV RESULTS N Opp. Walpole . . .1 2 Needham . .1 1 Wellesley . .1 4 Milton ..... 4 0 Braintree . . 1 5 South ..... 0 0 Lexington ..0 2 Walpole . . . 3 1 Weston .... 4 1 Needham . .0 4 Wellesley . . 2 3 Weston . 2 Jayvees HS Bark row: Coach DiDomenico, R. Jacobson, J. Flaherty, J. Apit, K. jiggetts, M. King, L. Potischman, M. Blum, R. Morril, A. Janiak. Henderson. Front row: S. Kuder, B. Schwartz, R. Sharp- stein, C. Role, S. Bernardi, P. Siegal, M. Lambkin, N. 4 em 4 fm' f W mum, zu slag' 1 Qvnanrnt' 'fm ' lg' " 1 Q 'Ji' l k Q 18 South .... 17 Needham .. 25 Natick . . . 23 Dedham .. 21 Milton 18 Walpole .. 16 Wellesley . 21 17Mv,, .W , Q L Qc- s aw svmnrfggft D? is 9- v x. f 4. 'I .4 fi If ,,, 250, ' X QS' 1 , . 3 . 5 . . ,f f"D'N?'o ii 10 All ir' W a I xii. ' '21 in Q, f' A -e J , - Ni 4 l we W 1 9 . 'nazi 61 9 9 1317344 E Uh ' H W x fs' ' ,f if 55 in " 5? - ' ,Q ' l ' - 3 ' ' f ,, ft if 'J . V M H4611 W .v " if 952444 :'al?4 895:19 um M: Fr' gi. ,yi HH DRA '1 -Z' . , f 'N ' ' ' 7 x . Z 4 4? ,Av ,1.G. '47 , is ,X -tl? Lk 'li - Lf! Wifi N Opp. Braintree .... 54 62 Wellesley . . .70 52 Milton ...... 49 53 South ...... 60 72 Dedham .... 72 54 Needham . . .41 57 Natick ...... 81 82 Norwood . . .74 61 Xlifalpole .... 69 S5 Braintree Xlifellesley Milton . South .. Dedham Needham Natick . Norwood Walpole ....66 SO ...65 S0 .....65 68 .....71 73 ....73 57 ...95 77 .....63 66 ...6-4 56 ....75 65 S 1? my K. Y U' ?,:4W"" x A1-,sm-mg, ,, 'FYR' ga Qs v-if 1 5 W' v rg, I if ' 4 x il ' -, W J.V. Basketball iyx0RT,4, Q0 R Tly ., , 2 NBRT1, '10 Ty NNURW l by , , lzfQR7',q 'pil fxonnr B UE-I f i 5 , fiom .4 if 42 L.,-' t 3 ll. Wg Bark row: K. Hollis, O. Sulivan, S. Galner, J. Sharkey, S. Ellsworth, R. Greene, Coach P. Welcome. Franz row: J. Yeager, S. Gilman, R. Perella, S. Miller, M. Cohn, R. Gregorio. Kennedy Coolidge Wilson . . Newman Kennedy Pollard . . Wellesley South . . . Coolidge ..- ... Wilson ...... Newman Wellesley Pollard . . . .... ... South ...... 2-12 ... Q.. N Opp. 51 50 38 61 43 57 48 39 57 65 29 50 32 57 40 43 18 62 46 56 48 82 26 52 42 64 50 60 Frosh Basketball Braintree Wellesley Milton .... South . . . Dedham . . . Needham Natick .... Norwood Walpole Braintree Wellesley Milton .... South . . . Dedham . . . Needham Natick .... Norwood Walpole 6-12 N Opp. 39 62 30 52 45 79 31 62 46 43 23 44 38 54 34 38 49 66 42 44 53 57 50 47 37 57 53 25 54 68 53 36 51 50 63 60 Fourlb row: 1. Travaglini, J. Pearo, K. Enright, S. Kaseta, M. D. Parker. Tbifd row: J. DiAngeli, D. Corran, P. Lawrence, J. Shames, C. Spirto, B. Ginsburg. Serond row: F. Carter, P. Breen, G. Samoluk, J. Lerner, S. Brooks. Fin! row: R. Hawley, W. Hollis, M. Drennan, R. Murphy, R. Clouse, Coach V. Caputo. f -I w l V 1 i I 5 tm 'V , . e e. N - ,.. M ., -if - 'Q ' ' ., 'I , ' ,. -f I-if f fx ' A ' n " 'sf - , ' ,M , ,Q N 4, Y .. ' ., X ,, 1'W'9lWw., ' ' ' I 1, , "' 'Jw vw, Co-Capt. Coarh C0-CHPL Alan Noyes George Duane Brian Cullen They Were Fighting Just as Hord at The End as They Were of the Beginning . Mquqtl , - ' ., I A, 0 JM B ' " - V 4' . . Maybe Even Harder l::.'3-u.,,,.,+w- A 1,415,471 '1-0--- .,, Jf':,.,, ff' E: 'LW A' """6'v-'ri Qqfil? 3 4, J.V. Hockey Fledgling Pucksters Boost Hockey Scene ot North Bark row: R. Henderson, M. Cotton, M. Merchant, M. Clouse, D. Keaveney, S. Levy, E. Johnson, W. Smith, R. Ellsworth. Front row: Winkley, W. Conway, J. Lewis, D. Santos, G. Robertson, C. Behrmann, S. Finley, R. Tzlvolieri. Nor-th's embryonic icemen bolstered by individual effort and tremendous team drive forebode only worry for future BSL opponents. Not only was the Junior Varsity impressive in several outings but also the Frosh skated to a four win, one tie, four loss record. Both clubs boast such luminous stickmen as Gordie Robertson, Chuck Berhmann, Bob Nelson, Bob Henderson, and stellar net-minder George Travis. This galaxy of future stars strongly suggests an upswing in Spartan hockey fortunes. i Freshmcln Hockey 4 l l l X l Coach Duane N Opp. Walpole E. .. 9 3 Wellesley . .... 0 2 South ....... .... 2 - 2 Walpole W. .. ....4 1 Hudson ... . . . .2 5 Wellesley . . .... 1 4 Hudson .. .... 2 3 South ....... .... 3 2 Walpole W. .. ....S 2 Bark row: T. Noonan, E. Conti. Middle row: P. Rodrique, J. Moynihan, C. Behrmann, M. Merchant, R. Culgin. D. Keaveney, M. Ferraro, R. Polley, J. O'Neil, R. Nelson, j. Carlson. Front mua: Coach A. A. Coppola, Mgr. S. Conti, R. Bater, G. Travis, R. Ellsworth, G. Coville, J. Walker, W. Smith. Not shown: lx R. Edwards. X4 74 l 41-X IIDJQG -'ff-. 's Z! 1?11l'-'li'l'f du pvuf ' 'F xwgw.,.,, 155' im ' my +9 EQ, m 'W' S1 erin an Sm Q' Rag. W '-"'-. Zi' N SS:- 2:51.95 'fa? w1?11sf' -,-1559,-'-'Rf 44 , . 'f 'g M 1, A 4 A . " A 'LE35ai3f2f?? 'aw , x I p NNN56' 0' 49 N531 Gymnosts Put It All Together . . . E' 5 4 Q ft E X 1 1 We .Sf Another first . . . the gymnastics team completed an undefeated sea- son and received an invitation to the state team championship. The season was highlighted by impres- sive victories over South and Brain- tree. North was well represented in the League Individuals by tri- captains Frank Low, Chuck Schwartz and Steve Mancini. 5 . . 4: a Row 1 fl. to rj: J. Jacobs, J. Wiles, J. Cinamon, E. Tibbert, F. Low, B. Jenkins, L. Ginsberg, S. Mancini, C. Schwartz, F. Joyce. Row 2 Il. lo rj: H. Babbitts, A. Blades, G. Bechtold. R. Lonergan, R. I-learns, D. Lynch, B. Williams, D. Brutzani, K. Kimball, M. Smith. Row 3 fl. to r.l: J. Evans, N. Waters, G. Fegan, P. Firth, R. Reagan, G. Bruenelle. X ,Q 4' Y lt...- , Pl 'him ,Q M 5 , I 1 Ai 'fl ,yf 9 g Tri-captains Frank Low, Steve Mancini, Chuck Schwartz. 16 Slaze Champ: Rings-Frank Low l v Undefeufed BSL Champs QE fl' ' 42, A. 'M figs A 119211 'Z' -fsfg , ww . tf :f,3,126,H:ggt I 4 s ig-fr 1 . Y ,, ww 1? VJ" " ,' 'it N if 5753, I . 4 'lzlfiffg :gg ,im 50 ' R 'g'f-Wiz. 1 2 Y J' vb'-z22,.'I - , ,.-. . , , .., yk n , n ' .sim 1 Q2g:"?f1 ! , 1 -.hfg x 1 2 , 1 ' 4 ,ww u 9I1'xv.' 'ff vera, , 4 " ,H , , fzfftafyjv-fg35,gf in in i,,f.,,Jtc,: .V-..-,K 3,1 H, g ,1:2Yf112m..:.,- 3 4 I 1 7 'N-X . E X 1 i ' 2 51 .dr-+4 .L. So there! ! - 'K Seniors . , . depends on how you look at things. 77 if MQE'H-wr? W M '61f?'1B5f Ei,Z?5l2Z4ai , .. , A ,,,i,: KN 21' 41' 434451 395' I3 Q4333 X 'Q 5 F X vttgig-96 Z ,yin J ff 9 3 f 'Q 4 U x 0 2: ' Z M 5 sf 5 V ' if 3 snug I . 1 3 SPORTS K ,IST 2 I A 12 ,. h 43 HEY , img ?'if3X, V 51, R15 4 X x x N 'lf 1 ' kilbx' Xb K J XTX ," f '73, ily-1 .ew -var ---f----7-T2-3-v:ff f Girls' Field Hockey Wi ,...q1e!tu-, M-.. W -,V-.. l I I 4? Row 1 ll, to rj: Kathy Denman, Ellen Malloy, Sue Bumpus, Marjorie Tedoldi, co-captain, Sara Seekings, co-captain, joan Burgess. Row 2 fl. lo 1.1: Karen Martell, Sherry Schopp, jan Sanders, Carol Nelson, janet Love, julie Deene, Carleen Carlson, Miss Diggs, coach. fl. Io 1.1: Miss Diggs, coach, Marjorie Tedoldi, co-captain, Sara Seekings, co-captain. 80 1 i H Varsity Record OPP Wellesley 7 Needham 4 Dedham l South 3 Norwood O Natick 0 Braintree 0 Walpole 4 l , ,, 4 y . a ,YL MK I l . pr 1 I uv l , iullxfjf I 'I I I 1 5 4 2 r 5 in F 1 f I v Row 1 fl. zo rj: Claudia Bushey, Vicki Sandsto, Linda Gentry, Judy Gardella, Beth Leinberry, Mary Ann Fernandez. Row 2 fl. 3.0: Donflma jenkins, Carol Shea, Amy Dean, Suzanne Franke, Diane Engels, Debbie Pell, Leslie Richardson, Kathy Mee, Miss iggs, coac . ,ff 'LA N . wx.. ' . s J f- .. , :f -of ... .., ,,, . , 5,7,,..,, i 1 - ,4 ., .jzrugv AV. ' ' ' 'vm '1'ff.-:- f."ff'f,'l'N'l. y Boy State Champs H NORTH f NORTH NORTH 1 1 , ' mmm X t , NORTH NORTH Num-H NORTH NORTH NORTH .lg Q I Row 1 fl. zo nj: Carol Nelson, Karen Martell, Debbie Dimanno, Carleen Carlson, Capt., Valerie Sauer, Denise Roth Denise Dallamora. Row 2 fl. lo r.l: Mr. Steere, Coach, janet Thibault, Christine Terrio, Rose Powers, Kathy Francis jan Love Nancy Stiller, Miss Diggs, Coach. Numa Wm ,WH TH NORTH 1 dl! Serifiirs 'T Janet Thibault, Rose Powers, Christine Terrio. Mr. Steere, Coachg Carleen Carlson Captain Miss Diggs Coach. I - TEAM RECORD North 50 Milton 39 North 51 Wellesley 25 North 51 Dedham 28 North 47 Braintree 25 North 23 Needham 18 North 40 South 33 North 75 Natick 27 North Q 61 Norwood 15 North 34 Walpole 16 82 Li our wan.: ,l ff 1,,..-1 2 . f' fy Y QOJSYW -gl" i-I-ll' fl. 'z ' oe Y fifzzzzbww J- .5 Ag 99 I Na xx .x 1 X x x x . X X970 SUSAN ABBOTT Yabba Nursing School "Kindneyy iy a language whirh the rnute can ypeah and the deaf ran underytand. Lorie if the world." Blue eyes sparkling smile B101 forever leaves a smile for Mr. G. . . . memories of Gloucester '69, Pep Squad 1, 2, 31 Dfama Club 1, 2, 35 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1g Language Lab Monitor 2, Guidance Aide 33 Senior Play 4. LYNN ANDERSON "Be not yolitary, he not idle." Quiet and shy . . . a touch of England . . . a hard work- er the Cinema. KAREN ANN ADAMS Kandy College "I fame, I yaw, I conquered." Remember . . . my second home . . . all the sports teams . . . grinders during class . . . "Do your own thing, 'cuz I'm going to do mine!" Senior Play 4. MICHAEL ANTELEK Mike "There iy rnuyir in all thingy, if men had eary, their earth iy hut an erho of the yphereyf' Sensitive and involved . . . at- tuned to music . . . many thoughts and dreams . . . a guitar . . . friends . . . happi- ness. ROBIN MERLE ADAMS Rob College "And gladly would yhe learn and gladly teach" Mysterious-minded female. . . cunning green eyes . . . always bubbling over with fun never at a loss for words . . . a real zest for life, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Aid 33 Guidance Aid 33 Variety Show 3, 4g Steering Committee 3, Biography and Verse Staff 4, Marshal 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK ANTONUCCI Frank College "Profound yinrerity iy the only hayiy of talent ay of rharacterf' Frank quiet and loyal a warm, sincere smile . . . many friends, many inter- ests happiness ahead. CARLEEN LAURA ADAMSKI Carleen College "Iuyt around th e corner there'y a rainhow in they yhyf' Summer in the White Moun- tains swimming, skiing . .. the convertible with the girls Friday nights Carleen . . . "Oh wow!" Pep Squad 1, 2, Guidance Aid 2, 3g Fashion Show 3, Home Economics Club 1g Orchestra 1, 2, 3. DONALD PAUL ARKERSON Donnie Mechanic "To work with the handy iy to know the true meaning of labor" Donnie cars and friends friends and cars dragging roadsters. Gymnastics 1. HELENE AUCOIN Helene ViSf21 "I would rather live out my fantarier than to never have them at all." Helene . . . always active . . . swimming . . . skating . . . meeting people . . . a friendly smile for all. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, Guidance Aid 3, 4. NORENA AUFIERO Norena junior College "There are more thingy in thir ordered world than eye can ree or mind can calcu- late." Trips to Cape Cod . . . sew- ing beautiful clothes . . . sla- loming down the slopes . . . funloving Noreena. Pep Squad lg Fashion Show 23 Christmas Projects 2, 33 Variety Show 3. MICHELLE BAKKE "Grace war in all her rtepr, heaven in her eye . . ." Blonde and dreamy-eyed . . . a lover of fun and people . . . a constant smile, a cheerful greeting. STEPHEN ALLAN BAGLEY Bags College "Live life ar it ir, not ar you 'would like it." Always laughing . . . always joking . . . bowling . . . the Cape . . . Ellen . . . the GTO. ELLIOT BALDWIN Elliot College "To err if human-to forgive ir divine." "Leader of the pack" . . . zoom . . . motorcycles . . . stop and go . . . Elliot-on the move. Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 2. BRIAN FRANCIS BAKKE Brian College "The hazwh flier high" One of the funloving Bakke Brothers . . . summer esca- pades at York . . . play out on the golf course . . . soccer star . . . "No, l'm Brian!" Football lg Track lg Soccer 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 2, 3. DONALD BALFOUR Donnie College "Rea5on and calm judgement, the qualitier erpecially belong- ing to a leader." Donnie . . . friendly and warm . . . a slow smile . . . easy-going and fun-loving . . . a twinkle in his eye . . . a capable leader of men. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Co- Capt. 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Key Club 2, Secretary 3, 4, Junior Class President, Boys' State, Hockey 1, 2. STEPHEN DAVID BARNUM Steve Service "Line for today" The fantastic 'Temptations' ... "Hang in there" . .. the cape driving one who won't have to worry 'bout tomorrow. LINDA MARIE BARTKOWIAK Mouse . Secretary "Lone to your bigbett capac- ity, for lozfe if the beginning of life." Mouse always laughing, smiling, and joking her sailor boy, jim B101 Let's go, surf's up! Pep Squad 1, 2, 35 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, Christmas Proj- ect 1, 2, 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4. SANDRA ANN BECKER Sandy College "Que Sera Sera " Reading, dancing, parties . .. Dustin Hoffman New York, any or all a real addition to North. International Relations Club 1, 2, 3g Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, Guidance Aide 4. 'wage' x J Liuil DAVID STEVEN BELLER Dave College "Y0IlY116 all that the greater! men have badg two armf, two legr, two eyes, Jo start from the top and Jay 'I can' " Good times in W.D.'s study with K.P. B101 forever . . . tennis . . . tape recording . . . and what a drummer. Volleyball 2. MICHAEL BALLARD Mike College "Loft time fan never be found again" "It's a whopper!" . . . fishing ... cars ... "Mr. Fixit" ... Nanatsket summers to re- member . . . a true friend. EDWARD WILLIAM BARNES Ted College "Life if to be enjoyed to the fallen." Ted one of the crowd . . . great times, great friends . . . friendly and capable . . . sports, sports, sports. Prom Decorations Committee 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2. EDITH PATRICIA BATER Edie Business School "Mind rannot follow or words express ber infinite fufeetneiff' Quiet and shy . . . pretty and sweet memories of good times at the Cape many friends lovable and live- ly . . . Edie. Candy Sale 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. r L1 , C IN ELAINE ALICE BEAULIEU Cookie Work "A good friend if bard to find." A pleasing personality always willing to help . . . a studious worker success assured. Glee Club 1, 2, Candy Sale 2 joHN BENWAY Jghn College "To my that yon are yozi if the rirhert praire in the world." Friendly and amiable a loyal friend scuba-div- ing enthusiast road-rac- ing excitement. Rifle Club 1, Lacrosse 1. SHARON MARIE BARNARDI Shay Airline Stewardess "One of the great rewards of life if making otherr laugh" Great future in sewing and fashion design . . . excellence achieved in swimming and diving cutty hunk Cape Code . , . fantastic sense of humor . . . one of the gang . . . Sharon. Steering Committee 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, junior Variety Show 3, Fashion Show 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, Of- fice Aid 3, Home Economics Aid 4, Library Aid 1. ' jflfn-. GARY BLAKEMAN junior College "There rmall men are Jo often toll in personality" Gary loves a good time energetic and sensitive easyegoing and popular. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio- Visual 1, 2, 3. ELLEN FAITH BLOOM Ellen College "The important thing if to keep the road open I at goes to the heart. If you keep it open the dirertion will rome." Quiet, sincere, popular a graceful dancer a true friend enthusiastic and considerate. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym- nastics Club 3, Drama Club 3, International' Relations Club 3, Pep Squad 1. RICHARD KEITH BENNIETT Benj College "Youth rome! hnt onre in n lifetime, .ffl rnizhe the hes! of it." Friendly and athletic cheerful and popular a lover of fun and sports happiness ahead. Key Club 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. XXXAYNF l3liNNli'lT XXfayne College "See, Lille, find feel people. Bnt nhozfe all he yonrielf in any direi'tion." Intelligent and involved . . friendly :intl sincere music on a guitar . . . experi- ences behind the wheel excitement rind success for sure. ERNEST EDWIN BLACK II Ernie Author "A fleeting moment now ir forever too long a memory." Ernie dedicated and stu- dious a man of many interests always willing and often able sincerity and intelligence assure suc- cess, Language Lab Monitor 2, T.V. Studio 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 4, Library Aid 4, Variety Show 3. , .'31E??Ti'E3 'if 3 . ff 51444- WILLIAM E. BLACK Puck Service "Never fail n friend in need, hemnie iz friend in need is a friend indeed" Always where the action is . . . sincere and friendly . . . sports enthusiast . . . the gang comes first. Lacrosse 2, Football 3. MICHAEL BLUM Mike College "Conformity if the end of all imagination" h Warm and sensitive in- terested and interesting . . . loves camping and sports . . . play it by ear. Soccer 2, 3 Co-captain 4. KAREN ELAINE BRASIER K.B. College "Love if the anrzver, what war the quertion?" Sparkling smile friend- ly, lively, ready for fun sincerity and understanding . . . Karen, a friend forever. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Band 1, 23 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 25 Glee Club 3. I GLORIA JEAN BONDELEVITCH Glo Riding Academy "A rrnile rortr nothing, hut giver ro rnurh. Nohody needs a Jnlile ro much ar thore who have none to give." North's true equestrienne . . . sunshine at the stables a valuable friend . . . vivacious, reliable and fun-loving. FRED BOUDREAU "The mort that one can do for hir friend is rinzply to he hir friend ." Easy-going and amiable a warm smile a friendly word . . . devoted to the A.V. department. . .switches, lights and mikes. CHRISTINE JOYCE BRACKIN Chris Nursing School "The fountain of peare flows in our heart5" Dark haired beauty sweet and shy sparkling imagination, unlimited crea- tivity promising nursing career. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3g Christmas Proj- ect 2, 3, 4. BARRY E. BRENNAN Barry College "There ir only one ruecerr- to he ahle to .rpend your life HZ your own way." Leisurely and amiable . . . free and easy quiet, but active . . . a lover of fun . . . genuine friendship. Hockey 1. CAROL DALE BRINER Carol College "Popularity if a rrime from the moment it ir Joughtg it ir only a virtue where men have it whether they will or not" Good things come in small packages fond memories of the Briner Bomber, football games with her gun a lover of true friendship our own little "good-morning" girl. Color Guard 4, Steering Committee 3, 43 House of Representatives 3g Marshal 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 45 Variety Show 45 Christmas Proiects 1, Z, 3, 45 Biography and Verse Staff 4. "' "FAC: ..-JI Ton. College "No, I have never found the plate where I could .ray 'Thir if my proper ground, here I Jhall Jtayf " Friendly, intelligent, good natured excitement on the slopes success and happiness lies ahead. Steering Committee 25 Key Club 4g Archon Activities Co-editor 4. GERALD STEPHEN BROOKS Gerry College "A reriour mimi rlaould rompienzent iz mi5chie1'.1u.r mzture " Alwavs ready for a good time . . . reliable, ambitious a man of many friends . .. a versatile and able leader. Key Club 2, Junior Director 3, President 43 Junior Steering Com- mittee 3g Debate Club 1, 23 Candy Sale 1, 2, 33 Archon CoAsports Edi- tor 4g Christmas Projects 1, 21 Senior Steering Committee -lg Volleyball 3. DAVID BROWN "The good and ufire lend quiet liver." Quiet and sensitive . . . deep thoughts and deeds . . . a true friend interesting, imagi- native, sincere, DEBORAH MARIE BRGWN Deb College "To lore ir lo zzmlersliizzdn Delightfully unpredictable. . . dedicated and trustworthy . . . sincerity in her smile, kind- ness in her heart. Steering Committee 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, Variety Show 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICE ANN BRUENELL Pat College "Your eye! are the windowr to your foul and yourr are beautiful." Pretty and flirtatious in- viting smile the boom- ing voice at the football games North's favorite gymnast. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2g Field Hockey 1, 2g Softball 1, 2, Basketball lg Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 4. MICHAEL ANDREW BUIANOWSKI Al Service "Happy I um, from rare 1'm free" Carefree, confident, alert . .. one of the guys excite- ment and good times always bound for the service. ELLEN BURKE Ellen College "Even in the darker! nigh! her love will liglal zz mizdlef' Sweet, shy, sincere . . . memo- ries of Maine .. . a pleasure to know . . . sunshine ahead. Variety Show 53 Christmas Projects 1, 2. EDXXXARID KEITH BROXWN Red Service "He is 41 num of lair ouizz will, ijzeuif, rim! izbililyf' Devilish red hair and freck- les . . . an able sportsman . . . easy-going with a zest for life a great friend. Football 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3. MARY JOYCE BUSBY Mary Airline Stewardess "Go where you want to go, do what you amz! io do" Memories of Louisiana, Brownie, Sandi and friends, lunch at Famous and fifth period study "Spastic!" . . . Happiness ahead. Drama Club 1, Candy Sale 1, 2, 35 Vietnam Projects 1, 2, 3g Dance Committee 2. STEPHEN HENRI BUSHEY S.H.B. Acting School "Tbe object of life it I0 live ami give, in flea! order" Fun-loving and happy memories of a New Year's party and the Cinema a true thespian Steve. Library Aid 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, Cross Country Team 2. ALAN THOMAS BYRNE Al College "Laugh amz' lbe world laugh! zwrfb yon" Those beautiful blue eyes . . . always joking one of the guys billards '43' .. there's fun ahead. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 7 3 a.,. DANIEL FRANCIS CAMPION Dan College "The mort positive men are Ike moi! credzzlozzrf' Dan active short, but tough one of the guys well-liked and ath- letic. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, La- crosse 3, 4, Volleyball 2. GERARD PAUL CANELLI Gerry College "A thought ir an exquisite mp" Friendly . . . fun loving . . . memories of summer '69 . . . D the Hawk Mr. Marx bag lunches. Key Club 4, Steering Com- mittee 4g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Track 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. RALPH CARDEIRO "He um born zvilb Ike gif! of lazzgblerf' Fun-loving and likable easy, happy, free lots of laughter and fun a de- pendable worker a loyal friend. ALAN LEONARD CARLSON Big Al Service "Variety if Ike spice of life." Big Al always ready for a good joke active and fun-loving off to the service. Candy Sale 1, 2, 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2. YRMAGENE E. CARTER Irma College "What exrifemerzt and adven- ture the fzzlzzre holds for ur" Friendly and arty . . . a new- comer to North . . . "A grand goodbye to the thous- ands all at once, the whole' works, Bye-bye." JOHN CASALI john College "Give me liberty or give me death" Serious but smiling . . . 'good enough' his prized Fal- con memories of Star Market the Cape heading for school. Key Club 3, 4. JEAN CELESTE "With Jtarr in her eyer, a .rmile on her liprf' A newcomer to North pretty and personable many memories and many friends-old and new. CHARLES A. CELLA Charles College "Live for today, lbere may be no tomorrow" Friendly, fun-loving one of the guys a great friend to those who know him . . . Charlie. XXIILLIAM I.. CHICNOLA Chig College "lt mallerr :mf fmzz' long we live, but bow" Always happy "Zewro" one of the Leow's gang a friendly, sincere guy. Baseball 23 Soccer 3, 4. JAMES STEVEN CINAMON Jim College "No one knowr what be can do mil!! be Hier" Friendly and ambitious 'Mr. V.P.' memories of Friday nights . . . the success- ful prom fountain . . . a great guy with a great future. Rifle Club 1, 2g Chess Club 1, 2, Key Club 2, 3, Director 4, Student Council 3, 4g Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 33 Christmas Proj- ects l, 2, 3. DAVID B. CLARK Dave Navy "A comtafzt friend if a rare and ZZ'0l?d67'fllZ lhingf' A man of few words rugged and strong a steady worker, a solid friend, ROBERT ISRAEL COHEN Bob College "Il inf! uilaelber you win or lore, ffl! how you play Ibe game" Always smiling how the girls love those muscles FNHS has been a unique experience goodbye and good luck. House of Representatives 3, Key Club 4. RHONIJA ANN Ll IRISTOPHIER Rhonda Interior llecoraling "Une nf ffm lgimilvrl ,ffiflr of f lffilllffli ff fir' Ii' fha' f IIY' 1 U 1 Ili l2U.l71f1'H Delightful smile artise tic sensitive .. warmth and personality abound happiness -ee Il sure thing. Steering Committee 2, 3, 4g Variety Show 3, Library Aid 2, 4. MICHAEL RICHARD COLLINS Mike - "There men of Ibe deeper! f!90lIlQIJfJ' can more ifae world I0 ar!" Mike . . . considerate . . . quiet . . . thoughtful . . . many interests many hobbies 93 LINDA CONSIDINE Linda College "ll"iIh Ihe light of lore and henzziy rho!! .rhe Conquer ihe Zl'07'fd,H Perky and pretty bouncy and friendly . . . warmth and smiles abound newcomer from Ridgefield, New jersey a delightful addition to FNI-IS. Steering Committee 4. PAUL JAMES COOK Paul College "A good dirpofifion ir more zfofzmhle than gold" Weekend orders the stang the Cape a smile for everyone . . . Cooky Key Club 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, Marshal 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. MARSHA CULLEN COSTA Marsha College "Quiet of manner and gentle of rnzile" Quiet and serene . .. what a seamstress loves to ski memories of the Cape . , . bound for school. Glee Club 1, 23 International Relations Club 2, Pep Squad '3 ROBERT CRANE Bob "Choose for az friend him fha! is wire and good." Fond of fun and friends . . . active and interesting . . . al- ways something to do, some- where to go... new experi- ences and friends. PAUL COMISKY Buggers College "The rfirtne lie! in the Jlrug- gle, not the prize." Athletic and active . . . good- natured and easy-going . . . sports enthusiast . . . football games, friends, and fun. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTOPHER CONNOLLY Chris " Nothing that roncernr a man do I deem al matter of indifference to me." Chris individualistic and interesting aiding a changing society . . . a mean- ingful smile seeking out the new and unique. ELAINE MARIE COPPOLA Elaine Airline Stewardess " . . . in the rnnrhine of her Jmilef' Friendly and sociable . . . loves a good time Pea- nut '64 Chevy ski- ing enthusiast .. . onward and upward. Steering Committee 2, Dance Committee 2g Drama Club 1. STEPHEN GEORGE CORRIGAN Steve College "The fitnerr of the mind and hody refleet the fitnerr of the Jon!" The super-athlete 41 . . . one of the gang tall, dark and handsome? Ask Jeanne success and happiness around the corner. Student Council 1, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, Tri-captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 'Q' JANE ELLEN CULLEN Janey College "To have rl friend if to he 41 friend." A smiling friend to all always remember twirling at the games . .. never time to rest but always enjoying life. Steering Committee 3, Mar- shal Force 3, Candy Sale 1 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1 2, 3, 4, Majorettes 1, 2, 3 Co-captain 4. 7 7 7 PETER DAVIS "The meezrure of life if not lenglh but honertyf' Sincere and interesting fun and friends quiet thoughts . .. hopes for hap- piness. A 1755 : 1. .f Li Vqjnrr - LOUIS CHARLES DEMEO Buddy College "You liar!" Buddy small in stature, giant in personality al- ways ready for fun . .. sum- mers at the Cape . . . amiable . . . quite a character! Key Club 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 4, Prom Deco- rations Committee 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Football 1, Track 1. LESLEE DENNIS Les College "Nothing ii more valzmhle than cl good friemlm Brunette beauty friendly smile good times with good friends on to col- lege for Les. LOIS JEAN CROSSMAN Lo Art School "And if you face if mziling, it will .l'77lf!0 right larch at you" Quiet, mysterious, dreamy- eyed fond memories of Michelle, meatball grinders good friends 'Oh well' . . . music, art and hap- piness. Pep Squad I, 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir 1, 2, Junior Variety Show 3, Senior Play 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Projects 4. BRIAN JOI IN C.llI.I.IiN liri College "fl ffsffffllf fzizffzre slams, from fum e of Illflizfu l.aughing with the gang a great guy quiet but good natured always sports . , . liri. liootball 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3, C.o-ciiptain 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN DIANE DEASY Kathy Hairdresser "Though rhe he hm' little rhe if fierce" Tiny . . . smiling, laughing . . . memories of the Prom . . . Hopkinton . , . a future in grooming. , Candy Sale 1, 2, 3. DONNA R. DEFILIPPO Flip "I'1fe got to he me" Small, but full of energy . . . always on the go . . . quiet ... studious ... nice ... Donna. MARIORIE ANN DERRY Marge Model "No one ir zrieleir in the zvorlrf who ligbfenf fbe Imr- rfen of it for anyone e1.re." Friendly and smiling a whiz with the sewing ma- chine beach enthusiast . . . success ahead. Fashion Show 2, 3, Christ- mas Projects 2, 3, fi. THOMAS E. DESILETS Des College " llae grealerl Ialent in five zvorlrl - to make anolher langbf' Fun-loving and friendly always a joke . . . secretly thoughtful, too . . . sports, forever! Wrestliiig I, 2, 3. MONA DIAMOND Mona College "If yon Jnzile al me I will zzndefitand, 'came llaal if Jomefhing ezferyone doer in the .fame language" Words spoken kindly peace, the symbol man must conquer, puppy dog eyes . . . the Carousel and its people dig it our gentle poet. Steering Committee 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Spartan 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Natraps 33 Soph Dance Deco- ration Committee 2. ELAINE ANNE DIAS Elaine "Beauty if ily own exrzzfe for being" Soul lover the Supremes . . . parties, friends, great times . . . The Flying Bridge Variety Show. ELIZABETH ANN DICKEY Beth College "Black fiom! arr0.i,r my mind, blzze mir! aronnai my heart" Beth . . . twinkling eyes . . . a mischievous smile .. memories of apt. 60-7 the truck the P.W, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Pep Squad 1. 96 JOAN P. DOODY Joan Secretary "It ir befter lo keep one'r 7ll0l1f!7 rim! and be ibozzglot a fool, flaan to open if and remove all dolzblf' An asset to North quiet but fun memories of summers on the Cape, P.H. and New Hampshire. Rally Committee 3g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN PAUL DONAHUE Steve College Sports, Sports, Sports Tri-Captain of North's great- est team friendly and popular ready for fun. Key Club 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, Tri-Captain 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, Lacrosse. 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM DONNELLAN Bill College "From a lillle :park may burr! a mighty flame." Quiet and thoughtful . . . friendly in his own way a loyal and true friend . . . ski enthusiast. IOLENE DOWNEY jo College Pert...cheery...fun... good times, good friends . . . a blue Mustang . . . Sandy and jan . . . the Cape... Business and Advertising Staff 1, Steering Committee 2, 3, Pep Squad lg Interna- tional Relations Club 2, 3, Variety Show 33 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN DRENNAN "The only competition worthy a wire man ir with hinzrelff' Quiet, but fun . . . one of the gang . . . to those who know him-easy-going and Sure STEPHEN RUSSELL DUFRESNE Duff College Fantastic gymnast . . . all around sports . . . memories of Hampton Beach, Quad City, the boys . . . Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3 fi DENISE DUNPHY Denise College Quiet . . . shy . . . sweet smile . . . always there when needed. Pep Squad 1, Drama Club 1, Art Club 2. MARCELLA DRISCQOLI. Marcie College "The nzyrterji of tfffflllllllg . . . hfzpjzenf only and 1l'hI6lI6ll0Y we are faithful to onr,relve.f." Marce concerned and sensitive Mazes and blazes of yearnings and learnings fears and hopefuls quiet moments too , splishes of memories the goodness uf the earth remains in people Spartan 1, Exchange Editor Z, Co- Ed-in-Chief 3, Editorial Wfriter 1, IRC 2. 35 Steering Committee 3, -i, Marshal 4g Science Fair 1, 23 Stu- dent-Faculty Forum 3, ig NMSQT Letter of Commendation. RAYMOND DUSEK Rat Navy "Vent, Vicli, Vid." Always in the swing of things . . . friendly . . . a pleasure to know . . . avid lover of sports. Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Hockey 1. STIZPHIEN MICHAEL lDRllfiAN Crask College Super athlete, always zi smile and a laugh , . . memories of a '57 Chevy, a night in Bos- ton, SC., the team, the guys. Variety Show 3, 4, Marshal 43 Candy Sale 2, 3, 41 Key Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN DWYER Blondie Nursing "All for lozfe and nothing for reward." Friendly, personable . . . mu- sic, dancing . . . memories of Mr. Del 'Olio, 2:05, and the Class of 70 . . . headed for a career in nursing. . . Pep Squad 3, 4g Christmas Projects 4. BARBARA CAROL DYCHES Barbie College-Marriage "Dynamite" "What's the hassle?" remember the Chevy, summer of 69 . , . the ring Have chickens forever! BARBARA EGGINSON Barb College "Dare lo Jlrzzggle, Dare lo win' Strong convictions, strong beliefs willing to work for what she wants . .. Issue staff. EILEEN MARY EARLE El College Quiet sparkling smile memories of N.Y., the green horse "Does this look dumb?" . . . Leaving be- hind friends, memories, and 6 hrs. in P.R. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Squad 1. MICHAEL JOSEPH ELLIOT Mike ServicefTravel "It's all over" eager for new places, new experiences headed for the service and the world. JANE E. EARLY Jane College Quiet friendly sin- cere never forgot sopho- more typing class . . . Spring of 68 Kupa. Pep Squad 1, 25 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3g Library Aid 3. TERRY SUE ENGEL Terry College 'Triendrbip is 4 word the very Jiglat of wbicb maker the heart warm." Sincere happy-go-lucky an optimistic future in store . . . a friendly look . . . Terry-a true friend. Mixed Chorus 1g Pep Squad 2, 3g Candy Sale 2, 3, 45 Language Lab Assistant 33 Drama Club 25 International Relations Club 3, Business and Advertising Staff 45 Archon Co-Feature editor 4. JOAN ANGELA EGASTI Noni College "I ronnl myfelf in nollaing elre Jo happy af in 4 ron! re- mernbering my good friendf' Noni warm, smile ,,. big brown eyes laughing, smiling, cheering remember the cymbals, the "Ma- chine," the games, Halloween. Cheerleader 3, 4, Spartan 2, Feature Editor 3. 43 Nat. Honor Soc. 3, Sec. 4, Marshal 3, 43 Steering Comm. 33 Bio. and Verse Staff 43 Pen Squad 1' B cl 2' IR ' , an , C 2, 3, 4, Language Lab Asst. 23 Home Ec Club 23 Drama Club 1, Treas. 23 Candv Sale 1, 23 Christmas Projects lg NMSQT Letter of Commendation 4. DIANE JANICE ENGELS Di Medical Secretary "Only the quiet man shall know :he full joys of Friend- ship" Quiet . . . Sincere . . . always a friend leaving behind the falling walls and a sister Candy Sale 1, 2, SQ Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, A Capella Choir 3, Pep Squad 1. CARL EDWARD ENGMAN Carl GM School "You young tiger, you" Always cars racing, re- pairing, riding around . . . friendly . . . ready for action. PHILIP BRENT FRNST Buzzy College "Cheerful, iuafzpy, alzwzyr "Wei" , , Buzzy smiling, happy sports and more sports personable and popular . . . on to success . . . Marshal 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Tri- Captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. DREW GILMAN IJALES Dfgw College "Young r11erz'r lore lier, not in lhelr heartr, hal in lheir eyes" Always a smile, a pencil be- hind the ear Never to forget apartment 60-7, the PW, summers in Maine, Judy. Rifle Club 1, 2. SUSAN BETH FEILER Sue College "Hold fart to dreamy for if dreamr die life ir a broken- winged bird that farmol fly." Great friends great times memories of peo- ple, friends, Maine busy and devoted the best of friends- Spartan 2, Steering Commit- tee 2, 34 Business and Adver- tising Staff 3, Student Mana- ger 4, Dance Committee 2, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 4. LYNNE ELIZABETH FERRARI Lynne College "He that liver with hope dancer wilhozzt marie." Interested in politics and peo- ple memories of great elections, Maine, wonderful friends, skiing lessons Looking to '71, '72, '73 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Language Lab Moni- tor 2, 35 Archon Staff 45 Marshal 4: International Relations Club 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Drama Club 2g Science Fair 1, 23 Candy Sale 2. 3: Christmas Projects 1, 2, 33 NMSQT Letter of Commendation. NANCY FERRIS Nancy Secretarial School "A grin, a joke, a laugh and all trozrhler pau away." Never a dull moment . . . never at a loss for words . . . intoxicating laugh . . . blonde and bold . . . memories of S.D., the girls' room and the Cape. Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2 BARBARA 'IOANNE FIZIJFRLINE Iiurlm College "The her! preacher ir Ihe hearty lhe hex! tearher if lime, lhe her! hook is zhe 1l'07'lcl,' Ihr' hell fflellcl li God." Alwavs active, always contributing Teen Center, Church group, Sfiph Class, Student Council save some time for Eddie ,, headed for success. Drama Club, Publicity Chairman lg Smrtan I, Asst. Feature Fdtor 2' Class President 2g Student Council 2, Vice Pres.. 3: President House of Representatives 3. LEAH ANN-MARIE FERRO Lee Hair Styling School "Here today, gone lomorrouf' Friendly . . . personable . . . always out for a good time . . . memories of a 57 Chevy, a split surfboard, the Cape . . . "Woooeee!" 99 DEBORAH LYNNE EORMAN Debbie College "The bajojlzjcail people are lfaore zcfao haze no real l'f.'cl.I0lI Io be lmjzjzj' exceltzt fha! lfaey are ro Laughing and joking many friends memories of a party, Parklane and the green bomber. Drama Club lg Variety Show 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3g Marshal 4g Senior Play 4, Pep Squad 2, Bus. and Ad. Staff 3, 4. 'Nur Iffrnrx MICHAEL F. FORTE Mike College Sincere and fun-loving on the quiet side run, run, run the finish line! Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Indoor Track 3, 4, Spring Track 3, 4, Golf 2g Lacrosse 2. EDWARD MICQHAEL FREEMAN Mike College "The Jon! of man if larger Ilmu Ike ikj, deeper Ilaalz Ihe ocean. Quiet and thoughtful someone who cares a steady, sympathetic friend . .. people, music, books. IOO "Db in-e ?ZT'?h'- JANE ELIZABETH FROMMER Janie College "If matferf not laozc' a man dier, but laou' foe liver." janie petite and perky a warm smile per- sonality abounds . . . our am- bassador to Brazil . . . memo- ries of a second home and family many, many friends. Spartan 5. All International Relations Club I, -I1 Secretary 2, President 33 junior Classical League 2, 33 Home Economics Club 1, Z1 Drama Club 7 ' - 1. -. -I, Treasurer 3, Language Lab Monitor 1, 23 National Honor Society 3. 4. MARYANN FERRO Maryanne Nursing School "Beauty ir Trzzflog Trzzfla Beazzljif' Sweet and sincere Spar- kling brown eyes . . . friend- ly smile memories of summer 69 and C.L. . . . sure to make a great nurse . . . Pep Squad lg Language Lab Asst. 2g Steering Committee 2, 33 Marshal 4g Home Rm. Rep. 35 Candy Sale 3g Christ' mas Projects 33 Prom Com- mittee 3g junior Variety Show 3. THOMAS FINN Tom College "Laugh and lhe rworla' lazzgbi zcilb you." Strong, capable, active . . . clowning and joking al- ways surrounded by friends . . . promised a successful and happy future. ANDRE FORTIN "Chance maker our parenls, bat choice maker our friends." Newcomer to North, hailing from Canada . . . fluent French . . . a lover of people and music . . . a welcome ad- dition to the class. Variety Show 4. EDWARD ARTHUR FOTHERGILL Ed Eastern Aero Teach Ed . . . fun-loving . . . Shy with strangers - not with friends automotive-mind- ed . . . carrot-top. WILLIAM ARTHUR GAGNON Gunther College "The next gezzemliorz will be fcllln Tall and sure friendly grin .. . Apt. 60-7 Mrs. B. ... the P.W. ... Ply- mouth is on the go . . . that's Gunthl Hockey 1. GERALD GAMBONE Gerry College "I hare quofei. Tell me what you krzouf' Sincere and loyal ad- venturesome and fun-loving fond of skiing, surfing and motorcycling . . . Candy Sale 1, 2. T BRUCE DAVIS GAULD Moose College "The problem ufilb the future ii llmt it urufzlly comer before u'e're ready for il." Fun-loving and personable . . . always a friendly smile . . . on to college. Fee' MICHELLE GAUTHIER "Wfl9u1 ir given by the god! more derirable Ilmzz u happy hour?" Smiling and friendly . . . fond of fun and friends . . . talent and personality abound a loyal Spartan. KARIQN IVIARIII l"llRl5llSIl Karen Business School Milne tire ilfllllliff lo flilll' flL'llll', L'I'C'll if ire llilll' lo fiifjlrl for 11" Quiet and loyal a good friend to have around memories of Chocles and the gang the Cape "Spazl" Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 45 Ifashion Show 2g Christmas Projects 2, 5g Variety Show 53 Candy Sale l, 2. RA YMONIJ lfl 'RHI 'Sll Ray Ulfffllozr your mul full? illlll le! llzenz jolloiz !l1e1ri." l'ersoii.ilwle .niil .irtive .. one of the guys . foml ol lun Lllill niistliiel .. al- ways on the go . . amialilc' sociable, flepentl.il'ile. roi! aus...-J" DEBRA ANN GARLAND Debbie College Quiet, sensitive Debbie VW fanatic blues on a guitar individual memo- ries of the Cave "Oh, Wow" . . . Drama Club 1. ANN CHRISTINE GARRAHAN Spud College "1 117519 you all Ilmt you fuzz 11i2,il9" Warm and smiling one of the girls fun to be with Dennisport, W.O.N. a future nurse. Orchestra lg Pep Squad 1, 2' ! Home Economics Club 1, 2g Candy Sale 1, 2, 35 Inter- national Relations Club 1, 2 3. w ,mn--. EDWARD GAYNOR Eddie College ."The world'J men have not commonly heen great .whol- ari, nor great Jfholarr great men. ' Friendly and popular . . . The man with the money football games and -T.P. . . . 5th period wandering. Key Club 4, Director 2, Vice Pres. 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. MARC ALEXANDER GEDIMAN Marc College "The man of men lead liver of quiet derperationf' Suave and debonair . . . "Say good-night Dick." 96680 falling down . . . she smile in the fall made it all worthwhile Key Club 4g Marshal Force 3g Steering Committee 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 35 FOOtball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2. CHRISTINE ANN GEISLER Chris College "In friendihip liei the true meaning of life." Friendly and giggling fun-loving memories of the pool, the old gang, and jerry "I don't really know." CINDY GELLER Cindy junior College "Art and marie are the nnizferfal langnagef of the world." Quiet artistic, sensitive a pleasure to know success assured. Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. BARBARA GENTRY Barb College "Only the quiet man Jhall know the full joys of friend- Jhipf' Quiet and sincere "Live and let live." "I can't stand anything messy." memories of Virginia and falling walls. l02 IAMES GIBNEY "Lord of myrelf, arcozzntahle to none" Strong and dependable active and mischievous a twinkling eye one of the gang adventurous. DONALD MARK GILBERG Don College "Come my friendf 'tif not too late to Jeeh a newer world." Baseball . . . strike three . . . Mr, Bayes 1 . . jazz blues . . . politics . .. debates. National Honor Society 3, 43 Debate Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice Pres. 4, Band 1, 2, 35 Key Club 3, 43 Science Fair 1, 2, Spartan 3, 4, Baseball 1. bf' RICHARD NEIL GILBERG Rick College "Earh of zu fan work to rhange a :mall portion of ezfentf, and in the total of these arty will he written the hiftory of this generation." Music, reading the finer- things in life Yet sports are -in his mind too a future olitician an integral part of changing America. Debate Club 1, 2, Vice President'3, President 43 Spartan 3, 43 Steering C tt 3 S c F 1 2 ommi ee . cien e air , . National Honor Society 3, 43 NMSQT Semi-Finalist 43 Baseball 1. GAIL LINDA GILLIS Gail Marriage "Have fan and enjoy life." Canadian vacations to remem- ber . . . "Dumb Yankee!" . .. Debbie P., Ronnie B. .. . Stuffed animals and soft furry kittens . .. hockey games are where it's at for Gail. AARON MARK GILMAN A-ron College "Once iz friend, alzmjxi a friend." t Hanging around with the gang Horseneck Beach . . . Sports . . . Tony's Math big jet 88 Grome, Library studies, "Right here!" "All right who did the French?" Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley- ball 2, 3, 4. LAIIRANCE JAY GINSBERG Larry College "The only may lo have a friend ir lo he one." Popular :ind friendly Devilish grin Memories of Illinois Lynn trying In help me "No Mike, the Illinois 'I'hruw.1y" "How ya doing buddy?" Steven Brnkelights TOK! Steering Committee 2, 3, House of Representatives 33 Student Council 4, National Honor Society 3, Pres. 4, Marshal 3, NMSQT Letter of Com- mendation 4, Football l, 23 Cym- riiastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, Co-Capt. JOANNE LOUISE GODDARD Joanne Airline Stewardess "Love if the only anrwerf' Camping at Sandwich, Mass. . . . "Skinny" . . . Sears for- ever! At home in the skies . . . A loyal Spartan fan, Pep Squad 2, Christmas Proj- ects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Senior Play 4. LAURENCE DAVID GOLDSTEIN Cooz College "Laugh and be fat." The FNHS unforgetables: Bud, Wilbur, Sheldon . . . Hangman with Mr. D. Maz and Flo Volleyball in C 206 ... Gil's beard ... Burnt milk Funny, fun to be with, Larry. Kev Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 4. SUSAN D. GOLDSTEIN Sue College "I fhanh jon God for lhif mort amazing day for everything zehirh ir natural uihirh if infinite which if yer Our fearless leader . . . beau- tiful and brilliant . . . memo- ries of Peter Pan and Wendy, April 11, 1968, classrooms in cubbyholes to next year's editors - aggravation, insanity, and the most fantas- tic experience ever. Steering Committee 2, Stu- dent Council 1, Treasurer 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Archon Co-Editor 4, NMSQT Semi-Finalist. DAVID MONTGOMERY GOBRON Gobs College Hlil'L' when my fun where l'zfe found il." Ciobs Didnt get enough sleep last night Shorts in November?! On the soccer pitch of course Cross-side genius Con- tinues his search for justice. Soccer 1, 2, 3. JOHN A. GOSSELIN Mel College "Il ir heller not io have lived lhan to live zvilhoizt having fun and good friends." The gang at Purity ... B 101 before school . . . Our animal farm "Flo" "The bigone" ... H 125 study CYO hoop '67 Sox . . . Phenolphathalien . . . Key Club 4, Audio Visual 1, Variety Show 3, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 4, Science Fair 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4. IOHN CORLISS GRAHAM jay College "Youth ir the hert time to he rifh, and the hert time to he poor." Tall and mischievous . . . a devilish grin . . . easy-going and fun-loving . . . one of the guys . . . a whiz on the court. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. ALAN GREGG Al College "The recret of ,rtfrrerr ir con- rtarzcy of purporef' Amiable and gregarious . . . a variety of interests . . . a hard, diligent worker . . . always a friendly smile . . . success assured. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 2, 35 TV Studio 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Fair 1, 2, 3, Guidance Aid 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 2, 4. RICHARD GRANDONI Rich r'Y0lll',I if the Earth and erferythiizg that'r itz it . . ." Quiet with strangers, but not with friends . . . one of the guys . . . mischief up his sleeve . . . devilish grin . . . an eye for fun. JAMES ALBERT GRIFFIN Griff College "If I ezfer find the guy that mid your teenage yearr are the bert, I'll rtrazzgle him." Anne . . . Hot cars . . . Lag- ers . . . "Speak to mef' . . . Baseball . . . Rotten luck . . . Keeps his cool most of the time . . . Unlucky with bridg- es . . . San Francisco . . . Baseball. MARK GREENBERG "'l have freedom in my choice, and in my rozll am better-" Fond of fun and mischief. . . active and happy . . . always ready for a laugh . . . one of the guys . . . sure to find happiness. ELAINE S. GULL Elaine College "Give of thyrelff' Popular and pretty New York, the Cape . . . Memories of a great july 4th weekend A certain I. C. French with R. B. , , . Danc- ing in the streets . . . "I'm sure." Steering Committee 2, 4, Va- riety Show 3, Senior Play 4. STEVEN SCOTT GREENE Buddy College "It'r they that are loft, it'.r they that are confzrredf' Buddy, our Rabbi to be . . . Guitar . . . California, Girls . . . The park bench . . . "Rum Dum" . . . Jodi, Schec- ter, Cooz, and Wilbur. Kev Club 2, 3, Chaplain 4g Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,3 Basket- ball 3, Manager. STEPHANIE LAUREN GULL "Tem" Theater "Follow your heart, for if you dozz't you may never find yozzrrelff' One of the gang . . . Good- natured and popular . . . "Right" . . . Watching foot- ball games . . . Never forget july 4th Weekend, '69 North- South football game and ral- ly, the ice cube fight . . . Famous . . . '62 Grey Ram- bler . . . Variety Show . . . All of North. Steering Committee 3, 43 Vice President 2, Dance Commit- tee 2, Prom Decoration Com- mittee 3g Senior Play 4. LINDA JANE GUMM Linda College Hsllgdf and rpire and ezfery- thing nire." "You sure?" . . . Summer '69 . . . Class of '70 . . . D.G. . . . Three stooges . . . "Who's driving?" . . . '69 Variety Show.. .4' 11" . .. "that's all she wrote!" . . . Red. Variety Show 3, Marshal 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH LAYNE HALACHIS Debi College "After ezferything elre bar faded away, ber beauty .flmll 1'ennz1n." Sweet and pretty . . . beau- tiful, big, brown eyes . . . Always on the move . . . Newcomer to North . . . Great memories of Tucson and the West . . . "Quiet, this is my song." Glee Club 3, Spartan 4, Va- riety Show 4, Senior Play 4' Steering Committee 4. 7 J Q Tv-"" 'Sf THEODORE HUNTER HAWLEY Ted College "Live nr you want to lizfe or you may not want to live." Friendly, personable . . . Great memories of Hell's An- gels '69 . . . The first motor- cycles . . . D. M., Jeff, Steve, and Bruno, Football games and Saturday nights. Rifle Club 1, 2, Chess Club 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. threw' RICHARD JAMES HEALEY Spider College "A good nfztizre if more mln- able than gold." Spider . . . Friendly . . . Easy going . . . Water sports . . . Any sports. Library Aid 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, Football 1. GAIL HALIJREY Gail Secretary "Life ir to be lived today, not ton1ort'o1c'." One of the girls . . . Great times . . . Memories of Fresh- man year . . . The Cape, Sea- gull Beach, M84D, The girls. Steering Committee 3, Fash- ion Show 2, Pep Squad 2, 33 Variety Show 33 Prom Com- mittee 33 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN M. HAMNIETT Puff Clollegf: "ll"hfzl inon' mn tz man do for the zvorfif llyrzn 111.111 it nzeri'y."' One of the guys ,.., Always ready for a laugh . . , "Let's play pool Y" Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 4. si 497' ' uni' PAMELA MARGIT HEDIN Pam College "Time and Fate mutt ride the fozzrre, zwbile ive ree not be- yond the bend." Quiet and loyal . . . Memo- ries of study halls, Biology with Mr. S., Mr. G's great English class . . . "Caboom- zie." Drama Club 1, Pep Squad 1, 2, Steering Committee 3, Va- riety Show 3, Prom Theme Committee 3, Christmas Proj- ects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN HEFFERMAN "To fi!! the hom'-that ir lvtzppinerrf' A newcomer to North . . . friendly and interesting . . . fun to know . . . always a happy smile . . . a steady friend. I05 3? STEPHEN KEITH HENLEY Steve College "They like him mos! who huou' him heir." A friend to all . . . Memories of Bill and his jet, Jeff and his bomber, 4th period His- tory, Ski-dooing in N.H. Band 1, 2, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. ly' SUSAN JANE HIGGINS Sue Marriage "Life if zvhul you nuzhe it." Our girl at Famous . . . "Hi, guys!" . . . Never Forget Pa. and blue convertibles . . . Buddy and the Cape . . . Mr. Turner. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. ef-Ov' KARA BETH HOGAN Kara College "Time it um and ufhul u time if um " Quiet and sensitive . . . crazy and likeable searching for a deeper meaning sure to make a great architect. Steering Committee 2, 3, Spartan 3, Art Editor 4, Inter- national Relations Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Marshal 3, 4, NMSQT Letter of Commen- elution. '75 my ...n-lf" PETER WRIGHT HOLLIS Hol College "If you lisleu to too much r1l1'l'lL'6, you lfllld up making olher peopleu mirtrzhecrf' Friendly, always ready for a laugh one of the guys . .. football games . . . J.D. Key Club 3, Vice-President 4, Football 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, Captain 4. JEFFREY ARTHUR HELD Jeff College "In thir world it is the rur- zfizfal of the fitteflf' Sports Forever! One of our greatest athletes . . . Great times with the guys . . . Memories of skiing and the Cape Key Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Captain 3. MAIDA A. HENDERSON Maida Junior College "Touch your note and hlow your f06JI65.,' Maida . . . Funny, Freaky, Fantastic . . . loves easy-riding , .. Red VW's ,.. Hingham and the Cape . . . Being with the guys Peace. Steering Committee 2, 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. fx SUZANNE E. HITZEL Sue College "The zmrmth of her smile will par! any cloud." Sue ,. . Friendly, warm smile Brown eyes Quiet, shy Newcomer to North from N.Y. Memories of friends old and new . . . Debbie. IRC 4, Steering Committee 4. JOHN HODGKINS "The glory of young men if their Jlrenglhf' One of the gang strong and sometimes silent good times . . . in and out of mischief. F DAVID G. HURWITZ LISSA HURWITZ SUSAN P. HUNT Sue School of Dental Hygiene "lWl9y m'en't they all rontent like me?" Fun-loving one of the girls Mush summer of '69 IV. Show "I'm sure." Drama Club 1, Language Lab Assistant 1, Marshal 4, Lieu- tenant 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Basketball 1. ERIC HUNTER "Inmginnfion if lhe eye of the Joni," Imaginative, sensitive, artistic . . . quiet and thoughtful . . . memories of fun and great times . . . an indepen- dent thinker, a loyal friend. Dave College "All ofher pleamfer are no! zuorlh their pain." Memories of a convention in Maine . . . Miami Beach . . . the fat tiger . . . A fun lover the best sanitation engi- neer in Framingham genial, good-looking Dave. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 2, junior Achievement 3, Variety Show 3, Senior Play 4. Lis College "And after I'z'e gone and been alone for ez while 171 lbink of yon and my tbozzgblr will show in cl Jmilef' Fond memories of smashing times forever live the cranberry bogs and beaches Lissa, with two s's Flirting - a great American tradition, Drama Club 3, 4, Marshal 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY l". HOOLE Bev Secretarial School Always on the go mis- chievous smile waterski- ing on the Lake memo- ries of Dennisport. Pep Squad 1, 2, Candy Sale 3, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 'I'l KJMAS l'. HOPKINS Tom College "Tha lift- you since may be your nun. A terror at the Wheel of the bomber noisy football games . . . tripping over freshman the patch in front of the office Be careful, Tom? Rifle Club. -1 'X YI' 'I' PETER LAWRENCE HURLEY Pete College "The purpose of conzrnnnim- tion ii to communicate." Our A.V. man handy with the camera really up on electronic communica- tions. Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, TV Club 2, 5, 4, Radio Club 5, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spartan 4, Rifle Club 4. ALISA BETH HURWITZ Lisa College "Good Ibilzgi l'0l?I6 in una!! lbafkizgei. " Smiling and friendly . . . "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nicef' a license at last . . . the ancient chariot. Business and Advertising Staff 4, Candy Sale 3, Drama Club 3, 4, International Rela- tions Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Dance Committee 2, Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 3, 4. SHIRLEY JACKOVICH Shirl College "True friemf.ihip ii Gordiafz Knot" Shirley, synonymous with warmth and friendship . . . a dependable hard worker dedicated to her class A friend to all, and asset to her school. Candy Sale 1, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 35 Science Fair 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Steering Commit- tee 2, 3, 4g Marshal 39 Stu- dent Council 4. CORLETTE DIANE JIGGETTS Cork College "To have 11 friend ir Io be one." Bright, bouncy, black, and beautiful sociable and sunny "Hey, Kirstl" strives for the best active, affable Cork. Candy Sale 3g Variety Show 35 Junior Classical League 23 Steering Committee 2, -1, Marshal 3, 4, House of Representatives 33 Lan- guage Lab Monitor lg Prom Dec- orations Committee 3. I08 JAMES PAUL JACOBS Jamie College "lVe rome fo zvloefe Ike pen- rizie one ir" Never to forget the good times- ...Teen Center, Igor's Variety Show practice easygoing and on the go .. pensive and fun-loving .. Jamie. House of Representatives 3, Lieutenant Marshal 4, Steer- ing Committee 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2, 3. KRISTINE ELAINE JOHNSON Kris College ,, . . . Hfzppmerr rr having rome- tlaizzg lo rio, Jomethizzg to loofe forzwzfd io do, and romeozze to love." Kris intelligent and proper a flair for the dramatics thoughts of Denver, Colorado memories of the Drama Festival, the com- bustion engine and "spaghetti din- ners," Drama Club 3, Vice President 33 International Relations Club 3, -lg Steering Committee -lg Senior Play 4. JEFFREY ERNEST JARDINE Jeff Service "IVi.rdom and stability are not IZ6'l'?IJ'z1l'ffj,f remlfr of a formal 6dlll'c1lf0lI.', Jeff found where the good times are . . . memories of Chef's Course, the long summer lively, mischiev- ous manner. Candy Sale 3. FREDERICK EARLE JOYCE Fred College HflIZJ'Zt'r1J', be fried." Fred . . . the Teen Center comes first . . . a respected hard worker remember- ing the Thespians of WWOB determined, dependable, direct learning by doing. Drama Club 2. BRYAN JOSEPH JENKINS Bryan College "Dorff put off rnzlil tomor- row zvlofzt you mn do today." A ready smile and a joke . . . good times . . . the Cape . . . Daktari fields . . . Famous, Harry's .. . Egor's. Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 13 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLE LOUISE JU Carole College "Look aroznzd the gray! if leigh Ihe fieldr are ripe. I1'r the fpriugzime of mylifef' Carole a giver, a pillar of quiet strength a belief in the beauty that is life ability, integrity, in- dependence devoted to the Spar- tan gang genuine understanding. Steering Committee 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, International Relations Club 2, Secretary 3, President -lg Spartan 2, 3, -lg Marshal 3, -lg Varietv Show 1, 2, 33 Archon Biography and Verse Co-Eflitor 4g National Honor Society 3, Reporter -lg Candy Sale 2. 33 Language Lab Monitor 1, 21 NMSQT Letter of CommendL1ti0n. STEVEN VAUGHN IUDD Steve College "I alwayy worked hard in Jchool, hm? you wouldn't hnow it." Steve . . . quiet and shy . . . a warm smile . . . fun-loving and loyal . . . it's off to col- lege for Steve. TV Studio 1, 2, 3. PETER j. KARB Pete College "It ir a point of wirdom to he Jilent when oemfion re- qniref and hetter than to Jpeah, though never Jo well." Steadfast, sensible, intelligent Pete . . . one of the soccer gang . . . all-encompassing interests - art, music, sports, science . . . success assured. Key Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Student Council Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 3, Vice President 4, Marshal 31 Soccer 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. ERIC H. KAR? Eric College "No hltllet ever felt ,guilty in n hf1rrrz,qe." Our fearless leader . . . small in size, but not in personality . . . aware, concerned . . . the trials and tribulations of a yearbook editor: "The Agony and the Ecstasy." Spartan Staff 3, 4, Science Fair 2, Language Lab Assist- ant 2, 3, Archon Co-editor in Chief 4, Student-Faculty Forum Ways and Means Committee Vice-chairman 3, Chairman 4. SUSAN KAUFMAN Pixie College "Everyone Jhould have a friend, hzzt mort of all you Jhould he a friend to .rome- one." Laughter, fun, and friends . . . energetic . . . a loyal Spartan, devoted to the class spreading contagious happiness . . . Pixie, Peter Pan, Superfriend . . . "Good- bye to all you banana wackos!" Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD F. KEEFE Rick College "He har achieved mtrerr who har lived well, laughed often, and loved mitch." Leisurely and free . . . easy- going and on the go . . . "Give me a break!" . .. cool, calm, observant . . . nev- er without a smile . . . a friend to all. Rifle Club 1. BRIAN KEITH "Even the wireft of men en- joy 4 little mirthief now and then." Easy-going and fun-loving . . . there's mischief in his eye. . . amiable and devilish . . . al- ways a warm grin . . . free and easy. VIAMIHS S. KAI IVMAN "Ilonk:i" follege "Html wot! if the hey to int- feta," Slicltloii :incl tlie Iziulir llill' li ll Il ll .1 les ., prue ing x-.rea my wir tires .. soccer and Mi. IJ Lucky W7 . . Purity w.irrirnf.r ir New llarnpsliiie , Sqirur-1.47 nigh:- Arty, Ictltly, Al, Steve :intl what to rl-i ,,. u,iiiri.i wrestle? KU' fluli i, Variety Show i, family Sale I, 1, 1, i, fjiristmax Pmlecr l, 2, 5, I, Student-Iuiculry Imrum 5, 'l Iaskt-Ilu.ill l, Soccer A, ,Q X'U,U,t1,,,u 3 A V ll b ll I 3 .,iieya ,2,,l MAUREEN KELLEY Moe 'Trtendfhip if the only ce- nzent that will ever hold this world together." Always a warm friendly smile . . . sparkling eyes . . . sunny disposition . . . spirit abounds . . . a loyal Spartan. ,,4a-n-Q KIRSTEN ELISE KENNETTE Kirst Fashion Design "To be loved, to be louablef' Kirst aware and sensi- tive searching for the truth seeking out the good in everyone "Have you seen Corlette?" a person who loves people. Steering Committee 33 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 33 A Cappella Choir 23 Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 43 Candy Sale 3, 4g Christmas Projects 3, 4. DAVID WAYNE KITTREDGE Dave College "From fare I'm free, why ran'l lhey all be happy like me?" Happy-go-lucky Dave memories of the red Rambler, a special book from a friend, Star of Star, Halloween amiable and on the go. Key Club 1, 2, 33 Library Aid 1, 23 Candy Sale 1, 2, 39 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2. MARGARET ELLEN KERNS Mixer Composer "Nothing ir real, Strawberry fieldr forever." Margaret-a life lover synonymous with light and laughter "l'll always re- member the good times" . . . many, many thoughts. Science Fair 2, 3. AMY SUE KLAYMAN Mouse College "Be rlow in choosing a friend, flower in changing one." Eager and friendly gig- gles and fun . . . new friends now old "Mouse, just how tall are you?" sophomore year in a frosh homeroom happiness is solving a problem. International Relations Club 31 ,lunior Classical League 33 Sophomore Dmce Committee 23-Variety Show 3:.Senior Play 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Archon Senior Co-Editor 43 Busi- ness and Advertising Staff 3, 43 NMSQT Letter of Commendation. QQ., KATHLEEN KIERAN Kathy College "Il'r eary to liue and forget, but iff more fun to liue and remember." Blonde and pretty one of the girls fun in the VW . . . the Greek . . . we'll find 'em the team. Variety Show 33 Pep Squad 33 Candy Sale 3. FRANCIS JOSEPH KOMCLA Frank College "Ah.' There rtrong silent men Frank . . . a valuable depend- able Key Clubber . . . striving for the best hard work brings good results. Key Club 2, 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 2. CYNTHIA ANN KINNANE Cindy College "To thine own Jelf be true." Cindy a soft smile, a friendly manner proud Color Guard, graceful gym- nast never caught with a. frown likeable and sincere. Color Guard 43 Steering Committee 33 Fashion Show 3, 43 Senior Play 4g Pep Squad 1, 23 Marshal 4g Can- dy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTIE KONDELL JR. Chris Service "Remember that what you be- lieve will depend oery much upon what you are." Chris . . . always a ready joke . . . champion of the bowling alleys . . . Howdy's . . . Mon- tana. Glee Club 33 Christmas Proj- ects 1, 2, 33 Basketball 33 Volleyball 2. if JUDY ANN LAFORCE Jude College "I mm! be zwlml 1 mmf be and face I0m0rr0zv." A slim, attractive fun-lover laughs at any joke fond memories of Drew someone's special plans "bowling again" Apt. 60-7 a disposition to please. Mixed Chorus 2, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, Basket- ball 1. LORINE R. LAJOIE Lori Business "Hfz,bpiz1e55 Jlbrizzgr from a heart of love." P Shy and quiet fond of good times and parties never serious . . . riding and sports a certain special friend. NIICHIELLF LANDAU Meesh College "Tha nmily fha! zwlnlwzz ifzlilr not, folly may tniiily znlilef' Fun-loving and talented a little bit crazy undeni- ably unique NYC Renee, Bethy, Nina . . . Cen- tral Park Gopher. Variety Show 4, Senior Play 4. LHRISTINIY LANG Chris College "ll"lm lzmzgjs SIIIISIJUIL' info ilu' life of fizmflnff, has inn- lhllll' in lair mmf' XXfarm and friendly sparkling smile .. laughter and fun memories of summer 4 Mlifs pool, the Cape. Steering Committee 33 Pep Squad 1, 2, Variety Show 3, Fashion Show 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. CAROL ANN LANGEVOORT College "G0d'r gift lo me if myself, my gift lo God if what I become." Bouncy, bright Carol .. . behind the scenes, an import- ant lady . . . thoughts of the Cape . . . a Rainbow girl . . . a true Spartan fan. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, Viet- nam Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. GEORGE LANGLEY ',M6fi'llJl, merrily, rlmll I live noun" Never at a loss for words . . . interesting and fun . . . humor and personality abound . . . a loyal friend . . . a wel- come diversion. , ' -...gm 1 f 1 KAREN LAPOINTE "Only the rlrong rzn'1fizfe." Quiet, but friendly . . . many special friends . . . music and fun . . . hopes for happiness. GAIL LARSSON Fingers College "S11p1'ef11e lmppizzefr ronfirtr in felf-r01zfem'." Pretty, perky, petite memories of green hamburg- er, chem labs, and spit balls on clocks Gobee writing the same old book reports Toot's gang Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Vietnam Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 2 -mi , i.. l PHILLIP EDWARD LEAVITT Phil College "Sinful ,rlill and look nnfil jon renllj' lee." Phil classical musician . . . trumpeter . . . Framing- ham symphony a career in music. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Stage Band 1, 2, 4, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Variety Show 3, Track 1, 2. 'hi BRIAN RANDALL LEES Pine Cone College "One rnefirnre of frienilibip conriitr not in Ibe nzinzber of lbingr frienilr can flirfnrr, but in tbe niinrber of tbingr lbey need no longer mention." Remember Flo's homeroom '68-'69 and here is the quiet guy who says very little between his "yeah, rights" to all the good friends I have found at North, I say "Peace" RHONDA LESSER Ron Airline Stewardess "ll if belief lo bare loved and foil Ibizn nezfepqo, bijre lozfeil tif zlllfily YY if lp I Perky, prettylj Rhonda good times in Norwood with IT. IV Newsboys memories of Canada, the Cape and Mr, G. and the rose. Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, Candy Sale 1, 2, Variety Show 3. I I2 341. 'te-of ADELE LEVAY A. Levay College "God grant me tbe Jerenily to jnrt remember zvbo I am." Whoa Cape Cod in the winter Adele, always "jawing" with the girls summertime is for running barefoot and flying kites . . . she speaks the truth. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Christ- mas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Vietnam Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3. CHERYL ANN LEARD College "Tbere ir no iliily we Jo rnncb lznderrizle df lbe duty of being bnppyf' Cheryl . . . quiet, popular . . . sports-lover fond mem- ories of the Cape the future is college Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, Candy Sale 1, 2,,3, 4, Li- brary Aid 2, Student Coun- cil 2, 3. Tia? BARRY RICHARD LENK Barry College "A new drawn aufrzilr man if be ir willing and brave enoiigb lo Jeek it." Memories of the Wesleyan tournament the Forum is the left right Teen Center avid reader a political nature serious and interesting Debate Club Treasurer 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Student- Faculty Forum 3, 4, House of Representatives 33 Base- ball Manager 1, 2, Football Manager 2. DOREEN M. LEAVEY Reenie College "Shared joyi make iz friend." Dependable . . . lovable . . . always full of fun fond memories of summer football games . . . she's "our Reenief' Majorette 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Variety Show 3. ,,,v'- DAVID JAMES LENTZ Dave College "To beliezfe your own tbougbt, to believe tba! ufbat if Irne for you if Irne for all men . . . :bat if geninrf' Dave . . . girl-watcher . . . friendly . . . motorcyclist . . . athletic tall remem- bering New Hampshire. Key Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3, Steering Committee 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2. 4' LA j... -c , jgyw.-1 ... ffl- ' 4., 2. NA-Ll..f.Q. JAN VJ LJUNGSTEDT George Architect "The .why if my goal." A.F.S.'er . . . the girl back home . . . the great lover . . . Ya . . . have you seen Peter, Steve or Larry? . . . where is everyone? . . . La Dingo. Key Club 4, Steering Corn- mittee 4, Candy Sale 4, Christmas Project 4, Soccer 4, Golf 4. MARTHA LOMBARD M. Lombard College "If we only have love we fan meet all the gum and then give the new world to our daughters' and rom." Perky and pleasant to be with . . . "Fantastic!" . . . never gets her locker open on the first try . . . a lover of talk- ing, laughing, understanding . . . a flair for satirical humor. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Va- riety Show 33 Senior Play 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LOWRY Bill College "Born for Jurrerr he seemed, with grace to win, with heart to hold." Fun-loving and active . . . friendly and warm . . . all time track star . . . devilish grin . . . a lover of speed and excitement . . . happiness just around the corner. HERBERT LOYND "Some friendrhipf are made hy Nature, .rome hy Joulrf' Quiet with strangers, but fun with friends . . . easy-going ...free . . . sensitive . . . a joy to know. LOIS BETH LFVITON Lois College "Hap,bine,r5 ir only a rmile away." Sweet . . . sincere . . . opti- mistic . . . memories of Rock- port . . . silent, yet important dreamer . . . a wonderful person to know. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Steer- ing Committee 2, 3, Spartan 3, 4, Archon Staff 4, Inter- national Relations Club 2. STEPHEN MICHAEL LEWIS Steve College or Vista Tall, dark, and handsome. . . music and more music . . . the drums . . . 59 TR-3 . . . skiing . . . Bethal . . . New- pon. Steering Committee 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. FRANK JOSEPH LOW Frank College "Nothing ir true, everything if allowed-a motto of forty, hat what'r puzzling you ir the nature of my game." Mischievous and witty . . . makes the most of life . . . loves people, surfing, skiing, cycles and Dem's cottage... really knows the meaning of fun. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, Football 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. ROBERT LOWE Bob Art School "Let me forget about today until tomorrow" Bob . . . has many hobbies . . . art lover . . . photog- rapher . . . folk music . . . peace and freedom . . . sure to succeed. f Wd f , "Uri 'var' EUGENE ROMAN LUKIANOV Lukie College "Still water rum deep" Shy, quiet, sincere slow, warm smile . . . a joy to know . . . Variety Show 3, Cross Coun- try 1. ELLEN DONS LYNCH P.N. College "To he yozzrrelf the my way to he." Zany . . . free . . . always on the go the Cape, South, Bobby's . . . "well, all right" North's laughing clown. Candy Sale 1, 2, Christmas Project 1, 2, Variety Show 3, Bake Sale 2. GARY MacDONALD Mac College "Ai merry ar the day if long." Fond of fun . . . friendly and eager . . . twinkling eyes . . . mischief? . . . one of the guys . . . a great friend. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2. PAUL MAILHOT Paul College "And thif ahove all - trurt thyfelff' Strong and quiet earnest and friendly . .. a great kid to know destined for success. II4 THOMAS JOSEPH MALEY Males College "A face that rannot :mile or a perron who rannot laugh if not good." Always looking for a laugh "He's a Spartan" . .. Tom-at all rallies . . . fool- ing around with the guys . . . fun on the weekends and always. Key Club 3, 4, Christmas Project 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Track 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. T' ali" STEPHEN MANCINI Steve College "We are wirer than we know." Impala No. 2 . . . A1do's . . . Saturday nights one of the buddy boys Mr. D. and soccer king of the gymnasts "I care, too." Marshal 3, 4, Soccer 1,' 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Co- Captain 4. GARY SHELDON MAILHIOT Gary College "Prai5e if the heft diet for ur, after all." West Dennis . . . head of the meadow . . . "Good and you" "Say what" only Corvair mistaken. for a Cor- vette Eric's black bomb. Rifle Club 1, 2, Cross Coun- try 1, 2, Lacrosse 2, Soccer 2, 3, Baseball 1. -f'4"" SARA JANE MANDELL Sam College "A merry heart maketh a cheerful cozmtenaneef' A true Spartan from Syracuse . . . loves swimming, football, and the Cape . . . biggest pair of blue eyes fun-loving always on the go. Art Club 2, Archon Staff 4, Steering Committee 3, Variety Show 39 Candy Sale 3, 4. NANCY LYNN MARKO Nancy College "Life if yonrr, mahe of it what you will." Slender, dark beauty AWOH "lizard" a few socials never hurt any- one. Art Club 1, 2, Language Lab 1, 2g Candy Sale 35 Variety Show 3, Christmas Project 1, 2. 3. 4. MARTHA ANN MARTIN Mattie Ann College "May my bert be a mirror of Hii beauty around me, and my mind be the echo of Hif word." CMCA and the old crowd at N.H. . . . John . . . Jody the lst more to come. Pam and 49th St. "How could I forget Wonder Mar- ket?" . . . "P.S. anyone going to Boston?" Paula "Smile a little smile" won't you? Guidance Aid. PATRICIA MARTINO Patty Interior Decorating "Take ,IhJ07'l 1'lE1l'.f, hope for the beft, and trait in God?" Pat mind for tinkering and fixing Interests in art, writing and poetry athletic . . . has memories of Cape Cod . .. will reach the top in interior decorating. Art Club 1g Pep Squad 1, 2g Field Hockey 3g Basketball 1, 2. ANNA MARIE MCCULLOUGH Anne School "There are none Jo true as thoie that can ree." Anne . . . pert and petite . . . dark and delightful of sisters active . . . athletic off to school. Glee Club 1, 2, Library Aid 1, 2, Cheerleader 3, 4g Soft- ball 1, 2g Basketball 1. JUDITH EILEEN MCGOVERN Judy College "Life holdi many challenger." Sweet, petite and neat in every way . . . perky . . . per- sonality plus, fond memories of New Hampshire, skating, sewing, and skiing . . . a real cute cookie. International Relations Club 3, Pep Squad 1, 2. TERESA ROSE MCGOWAN Terry College "Wherefore putting away ly- ing, speak every man truth with hif neighbor: for we are members one of another." Athletic Terry Bouncy and vivacious skier of snow and water basket- ball and baseball CYO remembers New Jersey. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 33 Glee Club lg Home Ec Club 1g Variety Show 35 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN C. MASTROFILLIPPO John Service "Good company ant! ,good aliiconrie art the very .sinewr o f rfirtzlref' Bowling . .. Swimming . .. cars . . . an athlete . . . Mem- ories of the Cape John , . . Future lies in the service. Band 1, 2, Rifle Club I, 2, Baseball lg Volleyball 1, 'JS' CAROLYN MARY MCGRATH Doc Hairdresser "Come my friend: 'tif not too late to Jeeb a newer world." Musical Carolyn mem- ories of the Milton game, '69 Prom, and Mr. Maz 59 Ram . . . vacations at the Cape good times with Debbie and Gregg a friendly girl. Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 33 A Capella 3, 4g Music Council 3g Variety Show 3g Basketball Manager 3 LONNELDA MARIE MCGRATI-I Lonnie College "It if better to be a nobody ufbo arronzplirber ronzetbing, tban a Jomeborly ufbo accom- pliybei notblngf' The great times with G.B. and B.B. Labor Day '69 BN. "It's all over to F.N.H.S. I leave a brother Steve and the greatest teachers who ever lived. Orchestra lg Assistant Editor Archon 4g Pep Squad 1, 2. MICHAEL JAMES McMANUS Mike Service "IV e are alwayf getting rearl y to lille, but never liz'n1g." Sax kid Teen Center Bouts . . . puckster . . . mem- ories of the log Sax Square .. . sitting on the steps F.N.H.S. '70 on to the service. Hockey 1, 2. SHAHAN MCINTYRE Shahan College "Be ufbat you want to be ana' let no man Jtop you." Shahan our Irish friend ... friendly ... active ... well known . . . remember- ing Mr. D. and Earth Science bright prospects for the future. Drama Club lg Pep Squad 2, Candy Sale 3g Christmas Pro- jects 3. WILLIAM F. MCNAUGHT Bill College "More people are flattered into virtue tban bullied out of vice." Nights at the log .. . sitting on the steps Sax Square . . . bouts at the Teen Center . . . sax member . . . college is next. CRAIG MCLEAN "Tbe real errence of labour ir ronfentratecl energy." Quiet and reserved a loyal friend a diligent worker a rare, warm smile serious, yet per- sonable. PAUL MCNEIL "Friendship if tbe wine of life." Quiet and friendly . . . nice to know .. . a sympathetic friend happiness ahead. PETER MCMAHON Pete College "Go up for glory . . ." Spartan Hoopster par exrel- lenre Quiet, unassuming, a fine gentleman-scholar Gets things done minus the fanfare Steady perform- ance on the hardwood "More Things Than Thought of in Our Philosophy" Few words, much action. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA MCNIFF "Tbe bet! part of beauty if tbat wbirb cannot be found in a picture." Friendly and athletic . . . one of the girls great times, great laughs . . . always where the action is a lover of fun. , . ,V-. WILLIAM FRANCES MEE Meebo College "You only live once, Jo do it right the firit lime." Saturday nights with the guys almost president . .. Streu, Wfease, Pooly, Al old tennis courts long hockey season . .. memories of Miami Beach with Uncle Charlie. Key Club 2, 3, -lg Director 'ig Band 1, 2g House of Representatives 33 junior Red Cross I, 2, 35 Christmas Proiects l " Hockey l 7 S 4' Golf lg Lacrosse Z5 Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4. CATHERINE JOANNE MELEGOS Cathy College "Life ii loo Jlaorl lo be laken loo Je1'io1i.s'ly" A friend to all . . . dark and laughing . . . one of the gang . . . memories of the Cape, JG., the Temptations, sum- mer '69. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, Guidance Aide 2. DEREK PAUL MENARD Kid College "Every man ir lhe nrizker of lair 01171 fortune" Kid . . . tall and athletic . . . basketball is his game liked by all who know him . . . fond memories of Hamp- ton Beach .. . cars, cars, and more cars. Basketball 1, 2. I, I 4 I s X . I X DORIS LINDA MEYER Doris College "Living if iz lbing to do- Zow or never-u'hirl9 do you 071 Bright and alive . . . a warm, friendly smile a love for skiing and people . . . prom- ised a wonderful future. Language Lab Assistant 1, 2g Marshal 3, Lieutenant 43 Color Guard 3, Captain 4, Sophomore Dance 2. GEOF FRY PAUL MILLER Geoff College "We are the people our par- entf warned ui abou!" Popular and active . . . aware and concerned . . . music and sports the guitar superb on the slopes . . . jay Peak. Key Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 33 Marshal 33 Student-Faculty Forum 3, Co- Moderator 4g Class Vice- President 4g Variety Show 3, 4. JOHN KENNETH MILLS Millsy College "If we are be, linen u'l9o'J good 'ole wbofe-a-marall-it!" Great memories of Marx's Chem class . . . a member of the record donut team two bud for all often seen going home "that's unreal." Science Fair 2, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. LAURA F. MENCKE Laura College "Take llainlrfr fir you find them" A girl with style and subtle beauty . . . a warm smile . . . a loyal friend a bright future. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN MOORE Steve College 1 "To be or not to be - that if ibe qizeftionf' Friendly and humorous a dry wit . . . an active imag- ination . . . a quiet and pleas- ing nature . .. a friend. II7 josEPH RoBERT MORRISSEY joe College Hcrllifftii 111 fbe zlfl' are 0b11j'." No. 32 . . . laughing at Claw- ney , . . Memorial Day week- end the dunes at Prov- incetown the high sign to Eddie memories of summers in Maine. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Director 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Marshal 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4. MICHAEL DAVID MORSE Pudge College "Here ffzvell 110 fI'0ll'lI.f, 110 1Ill4Q'6l'.ll Quiet but spirited . . . boyish mischief fond memories of the old gang: H., E., G., C. His gift to E.N,H,S.: a bottle of Elmer's glue for the walls. Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4. 3 JOYCE NEAL "I-Ieri 15 beauty by Ibegmce 0f God." Graceful and lovely . , . warm and gentle . . . happiest among good friends a kind heart, a pleasing person- ality. Il8 -ff as L 59" C BARBARA ANN NELSON Barbie Dental Hygienist "And fl nzigbty wire breaki fhI'0Ilgl9 tbe ilillfzeiif' Fun-loving easy going . . . chain sneezer . . . "play- pen buddy" Cicco Blue with a yellow stripe, always bring the sunshine with her. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Glee Club 1, Marshal 4, Basketball 1, 3, Softball 1, 2. NOEL ANN MORRIS Noel College "A face Ibn! 11111 lI0f 5111116 ii never ,g00fl." Bubbling and bouncy a friendly girl . . . loves model- ing memories of Satur- day nights at Brandeis Kevin's green mustang White Horse Beach en- joys taking life easy. Gymnastics 1, 2, Library Aid 3, 4, Language Lab Assistant 2, Variety Show 3, 4. WAYNE MICHAEL MORRISON Wayne College "To thy 01072 Jelf be true." Study in the closet the germ . . . Vinnie's room . . . Celtics forever hoop nut be that as it may Jordan Marsh Ed C.R.B. 90 M.P.H. . . . memo- ries of Nantasket. Debate Club 1, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy S2116 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3. VALERIE MOSLEY Duke College "S111gi!!0111i!" Soul sister . . . bubbling . . . always something to say an ear for music . . . Chicago . . . off to college. Glee Club 3, A Capella Choir 3, Mixed Chorus 3. KATHRYN LINDA MURTAGH Kath Secretarial Work "Tim above all-I0 tbine own Jeff be 1f1'11e." july 25, 1969 .. . Tom Finn and the Minnesota Twins . . . White Mountains . . . Kath ...true . . . loyal. Pep Squad 1, 2, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4. flaw' Q-nuns DAVID L. NEWBERT Dave College "Eat, drink and he merry, for Ioday ir t0m0rrow'5 yerter- day." The Red Bug Football practice . . . Sel . . . Rockport . . . lgloos in the student parking lot August '69 . . . Rock salt for a street . . . Dave Red on to college. National jr, Honor Society lg National Honor Society 3, 4, Spartan Staff 3, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 25 Football 3, 4. JULIANNE MARIE NICOLAZZO julie College "Happirzerr comer from rlriv- mg, lovirig, doing, and con- qlleflflg. A lasting, liveliness of laugh- ter . . . a girl with an agree- able disposition . .. fond memories of Hampton Beach the convertible ski trips the summer of '69 "Oh really" well liked b all Y . Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Show 3, Art Club 2, 43 Language Lab lg Pep Squad 1, 23 Candy Sale 4, Senior Play 4. ARTHUR MICHAEL NEWMAN Arthur College "A mari of rheerful yefter- dayr and rorzfirleni tomor- r0w5." Casual, fun-loving Arthur . . . memories of the Portland Convention 13 kids in a Chevy II the ole' still loved by all who know him someone never to be forgotten. Rifle Club 1, Science Fair 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Marshal 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH NOONAN Suds College "Nothing great war ever achieved wilhout enthuri- arirmf' Walter, Baby those bus rides . .. D108 and Stu convertibles Teen Cen- ter the Big Pitch hoopster and grid the summer . . . Famous. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Football 3, 4, House of Representatives 33 Basket- ball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM C. NELSON Bill College One of the gang boats, cars, ski-doos .. . always where the action is . .. you've got to know the terri- tory .. . remember Mrs. Lev- enter? Never spent any time in P.R. ll WILl-lAM ROBERT NELSON Choppa College "l'll ,go il alone, am! pray for lhe hell." Mischievous grin always ready for fun . . . motorcycles . . . drums . . . music. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JEFFREYS RYAN NICHOLS "Veg', College "AlmoJl ezferylhirzg that ir great har been done hy youth." The Gold Chevy II . .. Bird and Snake in Dennisport . . . a very long summer . . . Veg Mr. Smith and Bio a true person the future holds college and success. Hockey 2. LINDA L. NICHOLS Lin Airline Stewardess "To speak of 'mere wordr' if math like rpeahirzg of 'mere dyrzamile'." Summer of '69 paranoid . . . Stanley Greene's . . . Water skiing a certain blonde? . . . Long walks . . . telephone calls will fly high in the sky. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3g Variety Show 3. MICHAEL DENNIS NORTON Mike College "lWhere apathy is nzarter, all men are Jlaveyf' Capable and dedicated .:. great lover of sports al- ways ready for anything. Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Track 2. it J 1 'f' l , 'IUDITH ANN OSIAS Judi College Hllye find ozzrfelver in otherr, and not in oarrelver at all." AWOH banana wachos . . . best buddies . . . thoughts of the Cape and Wangapog Rd. thumbing to Well- fleet judi always laughing . . . full of life. Steering Committee 2, 45 Va- riety Show 3. CHARLES E. NOVAK Chuck College "The paft ir gone and the future lief ahead, now if the time to atfept lt." Tall and dark guitarist athlete to the Cape .. . then to Washington, D. C. . . . Chuck . . . to college and beyond. Candy Sale 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g T.V. Studio 3, 4g Basketball 1, Volleyball 1. ALAN WILLIAM NOYES Willy College "Friendr jzrrt don't rome and go to don't throw thern away like an old hook that yozfve read. The long vacation easy- going .. . great kid .. . jay and Finny . . . "You clown" Mr. D. those foot- ball games . . . Let's hit base balls . . . Saturday nights . . golfer . . . memories of New Hampshire. Library Aid 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co. Capt. 4. RICHARD S. O'KANE Dick College "I'd lihe to fee Parif hefore I die,' hat Philadelphia will do." Friendly and personable memories of someone in Wel- lesley . . . Fenway Park .. . the old Chevy. Archon Sports Editor 4, Va- riety Show 3, Baseball 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN LITTLE PAGE Dick Dunster College "What we anticipate feldorn 0L'l'Il7',f,' what we leatt expect generally happenrf' Dick Dunster Tall The Chicken in Mr. Savage The Pink Bomber Lake Winnipesaukee . . . Al- ways good for a laugh . . . off to college. Basketball 1. JACQUELYN ANN PARSONS jackie Secretary "Nothing ir .fo .fl'1'072g af gentlenerr: nothing Jo gentle ar real strength." jackie . . . friendly and quiet strives to be better ambition to be a secretary . . . likes to read and write has memories of the Cape. O s ANDREA PAULA PARTICELLI Andy Hairdresser "The only reward of virtue if virtue, the only way to have a friend if to he one." Michy Tell me about it a certain white vet Andy dark dashing . . . petite and cute . . . fond memories of a great stunmer. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Variety Show 4, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1. SHELLEY PATTERSON Shelli College "I believe in tlae ultimezte de- cency of tl:1ii1,Q5." Shelli dark pretty Mr.Smith Bio. everyone's friend . . . mem- ories of the Cape . . . success is in the future. Pep Squad 13 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3. 1 U RICHARD LEWIS PIERCE Dick College "Live for today and tomorrow will take rare of itielff' Dick blond ear for music memories of the Cape . . . just hanging around trumpeteer. Band 1, 23 Variety Show 1, 2g Football 2. ROBERT M. PIZNDERGAST JAMES PHILLIP - Penda College PATRUNO HGi0f!llllC'l.l floor noi more cer- Put College ffziizly :make men hrlflflll' lhim "Yon leave only one rlaemre al lifeg make it flue bert." Put quiet a mecha- nized musician . . . likes cars and music a bright fu- ture ahead . . . off to college. Band 1, 2, Variety Show 1, 2, 3. lJnpf1l11e.i.r nzahar llaem 'qomlf' Penda . . . never tires of cars or motorcycles . . . sportsman payday is the best day a Star Grocery stockboy memories of Martha's Vineyard. Key Club 4. lfl.lZAljliTll MARY PliRO Liza College "XX!herever anything lives, there is open soirievvhere a register in which time is being inscribed." Lively and personable . , . al- ways ready for .1 good time ... skiing fun ... memories of the Cape. Variety Show 3g Pep Squad I, 23 Christmas Proif.-cts 2, 3, 4g Home Ec. Club 2, lfashion Show 2, 3. DOROTHY MARGARET PLATEK Debby Marriage "Aluffzyr in need of az mea- tion." Different from the rest "Your mother's calling you." Dick C. G.G. dungarees and hockey games . . . Virginia . . . to be a wife. Candy Sale 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, 3. EDWIN ARTHUR POLLEY lay College "He is one who means well, "He if one uilao meant well, Hier 'much and alro faili rome, lm! be need not be fzilsezmeflf' 'lay Pooly Winnie the athlete stands out fisherman trap- ping The White Mts. . . . Ipswich. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. I' KENNETH POMERANTZ Ken College "Bernie zrezlnrezl ir flye key to izzfrerr in life." i Miss Kline and Paul . . . The Cape .. . une twig Francaise .. . guidance counselors will never be the same this will be the last time Algebra and BB. .. . fateful funnies . . . the wheels and 5c a mile .. . good ti-rnes always. ' Rifle Club 1, 23 lunior Achievement 3g Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4, International Relations Club 4. JOAN POMPILE "Life wilhoiif delight if no! life iz! all." Tall and confident al- ways ready for a good time or joke one of the girls many friends and mem- ories a special someone. KEVIN JOHN PUENT Gumby Mercenary "Yoo zvizz ez few, you lore zz few, mid some get mined oi1l." Natick Mall . . . Wally, Len- ny, Danny . . . Michelle's Parties . . . "oohh yaass!" The News Mr. Dada . . . Bruce, Mark . . . Cindy, June, Sue. 40-i......,. SIMON PONGRATZ Simon College 'Throzzghozzt life aim upon the hole and noi zipozi lhe ilozzghzziilf' Pan-handling Hingham High . . . State Tourney . . . White Renault the big foot ... "Over here." .... Soccer 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 4. JANE ELIZABETH PULIAFICO jane College "What iz lhiiig friemlfhip U!" A dark sweet petite gal too short for back row seats "Wipe up the puddles" a lover of tennis, camp- ing, swimming, and traveling . . . a Spartan forever. Drama Club 1, Sec. 2, V.P. 3, Advisor 4, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 43 Pep Squad 1, Candy Sale 1, Christmas Project 1, 2. ROSEMARY POWERS Rose College "Iii perfozzfzlily and mztizre doef Jhe excel." Athletic and active . . . friendly and fun a good nature . . . a warm smile . . . a true and steady friend. DEBORAH M. PURCELL Debbie College "A lrzze friend if forever a ffie11a'." Strawberry blonde, trim and attractive . .. fond memories of jimmy, New Hampshire QWeirs Beachj, water skiing, summer '69, a certain someone from Natick High a girl liked by all. Band, Vietnam Projects. KEVIN IOSEPH PRIOR Kev College "To ez healthy mind, the world if 4 romtaizl challenge." Kevin, the athlete mem- ber SMARC College in Florida . . . to be a computer programmer . . . Kev . . . Quiet knows where he's going. THOMAS MICHAEL QUINN Tom College "They like him mov who hnow him hen." A masculine Spartan an instant smile . . . a great love for waterskiing, people and Maine . . . easy to get along with an asset to North High. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 3, Capt. 4, House of Represen- tatives 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE MARIE QUINTON Cathy Secretary "Proper words in proper plfzrer, nmlfe the zlefinlllon of a lady." Cath active pretty skier skater Likes to sew and read . . . has ambition to be a secretary. Pep Squad 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2, Steering Committee 39 Girls Glee Club 4g Christmas Projects 1, 2. RICHARD M. READ Rich Not sure "To ln11'el lvojbefnlly ii' ll belief flying than lo !1l'V'll'8', and the frne .r1frre.i1i' lr lo lfzbozzrf' Rich tall quite the athlete listens to heavy records . . . rock groups . . . Wellfleet "P" Town. Salvation Army Drive 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2,3,4g Basketball lg Football 2, Golf 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS REILLY Frank College "The .rlyle ir the man." Frank h go lucky . . . 7 ' friendly and outgoing . . . looking for his fun . . . happiness for sure. jANYC,lf Rlill.l.Y Bflill "'l'lnngr We Wlllylffl all wtf." Giggles and laughter memories of Dec. 6, 19694, the log, lfairimis, A special white GTO, Detention hall "Tell me about it." Variety Show 3, 4, lfashion Show 3, Christmas, Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2. "ii SUSAN JOY REYNOLDS Sue College "So many uforldr, Jo mzzclo lo do, ro liltle done, rnrla thingy to be." Steve Blue Volkswagen . . . "Simon" . . . jazz festi- val U. Mass. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN THOMAS RILEY Steve College "Many people climb lbe lad- der of life only to find it leaning again!! tlae wrong reall." Likes art . . . fun loving . . . C.C. runs for fun "Oh, yeah" . . . Sears . . . RTW 69-70 .. . Cape . .. 7:50 A.M. Ugh! . , . Period 3 '68-69.' Art Club 2g Science Fair 1, Variety Show 35 Cross Coun- try 3, 4, Indoor Track 4, Spring Track 4. DEBORAH ROACH Debbie College "Rare if llye zznion of beauty and intelligence." A lover of fun and laughter, but with a serious, thought- ful side searching, ques- tioning . . . pretty and popu- lar . . . perceptive and adapt- able a truly wonderful friend. Class Secretary 2, Steering Committee 2, 4, Archon Fac- ulty Editor 4. DIANA ROBINSON Diana College "And tlaen zz ieazfe corner, and flefznref the .rbore lenn- ing only beanty to remain forever." Diana . .. tall beautiful . . . serene . . . "Goldie" . . . "Hey, Boogie!" Drama Club 4, Pep Squad 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Va- riety Show 3. l23 l PS . I 'l in 5' R ' Q n ,. V, 'ff ,sg i' . JOY LYNN RODMAN Skinnylegs College "I ani the captain of my so11l,' I rule it with a stern joy." Tall and attractive, a girl who enjoys life, fond memories of the Capeg Albie's broken toeg Famous Pizzas "There's a party in room 209" A career as a future model. Drama Club 1, Variety Show 1, 2, 4, Library Aide 1, 3, 4g Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 41 Prom Committee 3, Glee Club 1. J. I , ' f MICHAEL KENT RODRIGUEZ Mike Art School "Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and plain dealing. Mike . . . quiet, but true . . . lover of art athletic everybody's friend looks forward to a future in art. Art Club 1, 2, Soccer 3. STEPHANIE LOUISE RUDISILL Steph Art School "Look ahead to tomorrow, not hath at yesterday." Chem. Lab experiments the soup's on never on time but always in a hurry . . . athletic and serious . .. memories of Daytona Beach, Florida. l24 SHEILA J. RUSSELL Sheila College "Take life too seriously and what is it worth?" Memories of good times with the gang . . . one day in Ash- land one night in Dec. '68 the tracks the black bomber . . . "I cracked up." Variety Show 3, 4g Senior Play 4. PATRICIA ROCHE Pat "In quietness and confidence shall he her strength." A quiet manner, a certain charm . . . hard-working . . . pretty and popular sure to be happy. BEATRICE IDA ROCHELEAU Ida Nurse "Decide and do, Live and let live." Always remember: North over South 3 yrs. in a row . .. junior variety show . . . holding up the wall . . . Mr. Conlin leading a cheer. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Guid- ance Aide 4, Library Aide 4. LINDA ROSEMAN Linda Medical Sec. "Give me your smiley the lone light in yozzr eyes." Linda summers at the Cape . . . always in the white Ford . . . clothes horse remember Skippy Doodoo tall, gracious, and lovely . .. watch out for trees last heard saying, "Hey, Steph, listen to this" "Wish I had a watermelon." Steering Committee 3, Christ- mas Project 2, 3, 45 Pep Squad 2, 3. if dfv' 7' Aff- " DEBRA ROTH Debbie College "Her ways are ways of pleas- antness her paths are paths of peace." Quiet and shy . . . interested and aware . . . talented, artis- tic, imaginative . . . beauty, peace, love deserving of all happiness and goodness. JOYCE SANDVIK Joyce College "The mildeft mannerr and the gentlert heart." Reserved, sophisticated style of her own .. .thoughtful always considerate of others loved by all who know her a person fine and true. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4g Steering Committee 2, Vari- ety Show 3, Marshal 3. MICHAEL G. SANNICANDRO Mike Musician "E5rheul evil, and do good: Jeeh petite enrue it." Mike athletic tall, dark, and handsome . . . Lin- da hunting, fishing, camping, and swimming CSC music is his field. Band 1, 2, Orchestra 2, Va- riety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 2. CHERYL ANN SCHIAVI Cheryl College "Eternity um in our lipr and eyeJ,' hliff in our hroufr hentf' Smiling . . . laughing . . . al- ways happy -happy memories of twirling football fields and practice green and gold great friends . . . going places, do- ing things learning, studying, working together. Maiorette 3, 4g Steering Committee 2, 3, 43 House of Representatives 3g Marshal Force 4g Business and Ad- vertisin Staff 2 3 4' Candy Sale - . f - g 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Aid lg Christmas Project 2. 3. 4: Prom Decoration 35 Variety Show 3. -E: ROBERT SCHNEIDER Bob College "Great men are they who Jee that rpiritzml if stronger than any material forte, then -thoughts rule the world." Bob a quick wit and sharp tongue a warm smile and laughing eyes deep thoughts intelli- gence and awareness abound a unique personality. DAVID SALLEN Dave Colle fe "He hai nrhiezfeil .i11rc'es.i who har lizfezl well, ltzughetl often, and lozfecl much." Warin and friendly tal- ented and intelligent al- ways game for a good time memories of great fun with the guys. XWALTIZR THOMAS SAMOLIIK Wally College "l'n1 not ilninh, l'm jliit Poliihf' Polock . . . one of the stricter boys Buddy ... "Sure Wiiff" ... Kevin right" NTB. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Marshal 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. . .. summer '69 ,.. "I might be too, Impala til 1-A MICHELE F. SAWYER Shelly College "Be civil to ally ioriahle to many, familiar to few." A warm hearted romanticist with shiny chocolate brown eyes, fond memories of house parties, B.B.G. Miami Beach and U.S.Y. . . . A best friend that anyone would desire. Business and Ad. Staff 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Candy Sale 1, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. ANN SCAGNELLI Ann College "Alu'izyJ to mahe the mort of life." Petite and pert shining eyes, a sparkling smile a warm manner . . . a friend forever. LIANE EVA SCHURZKY Lee College "Time tinil rifle unit for no mon." K.M. . . . Summer at Nauset Friday 2:05, P. Town . . . "Chair" . . . Weekends The rallies, games, and fun My Freshman year our variety show Maz. Band 1, 2, 33 Candy Sale 1, Pep Squad 4. CHARLES SCHWARTZ Chuck College "ll'fi5donz clenotef tbe ,burrit- ing of ibe bert enilr by tbe bert nzeanrf' Charlie's English? Tony's geometry . . . the Burg Soccer talk '63 Rambler . . . Ooh-Aah . . . Chuck . . . athletic . . . active and popular. Soccer 2, 3, 43 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Tri-Captain 4, Key Club 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 43 Steering Committee 3, 43 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Variety Show 2, 3, 4. ' HARRY EDWARD SEAHOLM Harry College "You only have one life to live, .ro live it." Lunch without the cafeteria gym in the library Hank . . . Thunderchicken . . . someday we'll be able to go to school without wonder- ing whether the walls fall in! 33, 'Q' A. -" Qs.. 'ffia :2'1:2??fE"' iff 'Qui gifiiiigt :L STEVEN TERRY SHEDD Steve Colle e "To tbine own relf be Iwi, and it will follow at tbe nigbt tbe :lay tbizt you cannot be fnlre to any nztzn."' Eating lunch in class first aid in gym paper plate panic Shel- don and the eightballs Mr. D. and Soccer one of the guys hit the bowling alley I feel a little cheesy things keep nn walk- ing: into me Arty's mouth .., a fall at the Grist mill is it time to r1.1 back yet? Science Fair 1, 33 Language Lab Asst, I, 21 Steering Committee 3, 4: Key Club fig House of Rep., Vice- Pre-Q, Z3 Archon Bing. and Verse Cn- Editnr 43 Variety Show 3, 43 Senior Play -lg Football lg Basketball 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 41 Volleyball l, 2. 3, 4. .fs -rf! TERENCE JOHN SHEPHERD Terry College "A friend may well be reckoned tbe mnfterpiece of nature." Hoop at St. jerry's the Burger Coach Conlin the jug band CYO . . . the great snow storm . . . G.L. . . . the Buyer . . . Bali Hai white Falcon true Harrier. Key Club 3, 43 Steering Committee 3, 43 Marshal 43 Variety Show 3. 43 Language Lab Asst. 13 Science Fair 3, 43 Cross Country 1, 2, 33 Track 13 Volleyball 2, 4. PATRICIA ANN SIGRIST Pat College "Her imile if tbe rzveelert tbat ezfer um teen" Pat . . . friendly and smiling . . . newcomer to North from Kentucky . . . excellent eques- trienne very good swim- mer. SARA M. SEEKINGS Leftie College "Little people bazfe big beartf' T.G. and the FLFC . . . foot- ball games . .. warm memo- ries of friends . . . 4th period Latin . . . you've come a long way, baby vectors "No, really . . . Spring ,68 . . . "Ayub" . . . "Bungalow Bill" . . . "The Endless Sum- mer." Senior Play 4, Variety Show 33 Christmas Projects 2, 3, 4g Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4g Soft- ball 2, 4. ALAN SILVERMAN Weasel College "True friendfbip leadr to ron- fidence, and confidence leadr to meters." The yellow bomber . . . Arty in Latin . . . Sheldon and the eightballs . . . one of the guys . . . the jew Crew . . . Steve and the curb . . . accidents will happen . . . bothering P. J. Carney . . . Arty and I are twins . . . better friends can't be found. Ke Club 3, 43 Chfistmas Projects Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 4. . DAVID CHARLES SILVERMAN Dave College "Care for others ay well as yottrielf you jzzrt may need them" Friendly . . . easy-going . . . weekend waiter . . . Russ and his magnets . . . coin collector the blue bomber bowling king memories of California. Golf 1, 4, Library Aid 2. iq, he GAIL MARIE SMITH Gail College "I have to live with myself, and ro I want to he fit for myrelf to know I want to he ahle as dayr go hy alufayr to look myrelf rtraight in the eye." Books, books, books al- ways a proper lady suc- cess ahead. Spartan Layout Ed. 2, News Ed. 33 Archon Senior Co-ed. 4, jr. Classical League 2, 3, 4, Steering Comm. 2, 3, IRC 2, 39 Can- dy Sale 1, 2, Christmas Proj- ect 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN SIMON "The human qztalitier always 6'7Z6lIt7'6.H Sue . .. a sincere friend . .. many interests . . . a glowing smile . . . endless good times. LOUISE ELLEN SINGER Lou Nursing School "I .i-halt ,hair through the zworltl hat owe" liriendly . ,, smiling . . . generous good friends, good times . . . sure to make 21 great nurse. Art Club 2, Home Ec. Club 2, Internat'l, Rel. Club 3, 4, Marshal 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, Basketball fManagerj 3, CHRIS M. SMITH Speed lirc-ak College "l:'z'eryo1tv, at leait mire itz their ltfe has to ,net away from it alt, hut for me, in my mmf! there, are iilfghti to he lC'L'll.H Chris . . . athletic . . . hockey hero . . . cars, cars, and more cars . . . submits to challenge racer off to bigger and better . .. college in the future. Candy Sale l, 2, Christmas Project 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3. Tl nt- We 'l ,gt ,Lf f - .' MARILYN JANE SMITH Maz-bo College "Life if yottrr, make of it what you will" Cute and sweet smiles abound one of the gang Dec. 6, 1968 "Oh, wow!" Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad I, 2. IOSEPH SNEDDON JR. -joe College "A good friena' ir worth mach" Photographer remember the summer of '67 Scot- land . . . let's take a walk . . . B213 . .. the seventh period bunch physics and Vin . . . "Yea," Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2g Baseball 2. 429 fr 49? ALISON SNOW Al College "There are Jo malty zvorlelr to ex,t2lore,' there if the uiorltl of yoztfrelf, partly khozwz, hat Jtill fall of myiterier amz' J1trpri5ef" Always to be remembered period 6 Mr. G's "no touching" . . . Doc . . . Miss Thomas . . . Hopkinton '69 gym classes in the library . . . clocks. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4. iz: ROBERT SUMNER SPELLBERG Spell College "Don't Jpend yonr life thinking ahont tonzorrow when you Jhoizld he worry- ing ahont whafr ha,I1pening today." Memories of room 46 on the Cape the summer of '69 . . . the black spider . . . Mr. Hamburg a very nice steam shovel . . . "I can hack" Key Club 2, 3, Senior Di- rector 4, Candy Sale 4, Foot- ball 1, Track 1, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. JOYCE ANN SWEENEY Joyce Secretarial School "The good and the wire lead aaiet liver." Bowling . . . reading .. . re- served, sensitive, sincere and dependable silent ways most always happy. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY MICHAEL STEINBERG Stein College "The yeazzf teach ninth whirh the dayr nezfer know." That's quite amusing good old hall FNHS hockey time . . . make some- one laugh, it'll do you good . . . athlete . . . Hampton and Salisbury - the two beaches. Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Vietnam Projects. RUTH TAMASIUNAS Ruthie College "The only gift ir a portion of thyrelff' Third period gym . . . a trusty old caravelle the Cape . . . Wow! . . . happy, cheer- ful and a little kooky a certain Vet Ruthie. Christmas Projects 1, 3, Pep Squad 2, Variety Show 3. ALAN DAVID STEVENS Snakebite College "A good nature if a gift to he trearzzred forever" Always laughing and joking . . . fun and friends . . . track and motorcycle enthusiast . . . memories of Deninsport. Marshall 1, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD C. TARBOX Rick College "If I am not for rnyrelf, then who will he for me? If I am for rnyrelf only, then what am I? If not now, when?" Blond, blue-eyed Rick . . . top man of the S.C. always running, running, running one of the guys weekend fun. Student Council 2, 3, Pres. 4, National Honor Soicety 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Steering Comm. 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Capt. 4, Basketball 1, 2, Indoor Track 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Co-capt. 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. SCOTT SULLIVAN Scott College "Marie Joother the Javage heart." Quiet and sensitive a friendly manner musical talent knows a good time success ahead. Variety Show 3, Mixed Chorus, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Cross Country 1, 2. MICHAEL JEFFREY TARLOW Mike College "The object of tearhing a child if to enable him to get along without a teacher." Coffee, donuts, champagne and ice cream in chemistry U.S.S. Merrill and the crew . . . volleyball . . . twen- ty at lunch amiable and versatile Mike. Band 1, 2, Science Fair 3, Key Club 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. CANDACE BUFE TASSINARI Candy Airlines "To be reizlly lmpltry if lo reall-jc lore .l'0777?0lI6'." Gay, fun-loving, and friendly a lover of horses . . . a genuine friend . . . Candy, sweet as her name. MAREIORIIZ -ll2S'l'lNA 'l'lilJOl.lJl Malrgic College "Life ii lm! il zll'c'ilIll.H Humorous, cjuick-willed .. versatile . . . vivacious . . . Thanks, .intl 'l.l7. Wliere am l going .incl what will l be 7' . . . memories of Maine and Bungalo Bill. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Squad lg Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4g Field Hockey 2, 5. Captain 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. f.llRlS'l'INl'. ANN vlANl'.,ll Nlfllillf 'lil llllfll flfl' Jill! f,fill1'!'f fi "I wwf! mjiwlf 111 lfollffffly ill. if, liijfyf, iii nf L1 ,ofzl ro- illlflllllll lm Mlw :my mj 'iff fff, l fxfwmli " fl1fiS ff'll4f,U9' Sol! ilirl. lic-.silty sjcirli- HllUlf!70!lf lllklllflfllfl, flflf lf ljjjlji 1-ygrij, AjjAjj'fjjjfY'j'jj f,fp,7 llf'ffl"l'l,fj-H . . flif' ll XV. llistmer Chris lively .ithletic Amlj j,j,,,. L.,'f,,, 4 gje,,,j.5,-.. ... a friend to all ., . always ,j,L..,,,V.', jjmjpjtjj, jjmjji I A a ready smile. S' go, Steering fi11I11INlllCC 3. 3, 'll llrama Chili I, J, 33 Marshal Library Aid 21 Cllfl9lm1l5 3, ig Sl','CFlll'Q C,oi'i'-rnittee 'pg Projects 1, 2, 5, 42 PCP SKIN-Ill fhi'isti'n.is Projects I. 2, 3. -li l, 2, 3, 4, BL1SliCllDi1ll 2, Pg-ja Scjiigigl lx ji Si Nj 1 ERIC TIBBERT Bird-dog College "The man who liver free from folly if not Jo wlye of he tbifzkrf' Friendly jovial lots of laughs . . . never to forget the black bomber, East Den- nis, "Bug-nut" . . . a dash of mischief "Go get 'em, Bird-dog!" Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Audio- Visual 1g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Gymnas- tics 1, 2, 5, 4. :wg ev' 'Y""4-099 KARL PAUL TIBBERT Tibs College "A little fzozzrezzre now and lbefz ji reliihefl by llae roller! of men." Tibs .. . mischief in his eyes . . . these football games . . . "Ooh-ah" in the cheering sec- tion the Falcon "What me worry?" . , . fun- loving Karl. Prom Decorations Committee 3, Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 1. ,Q Q-1-9 'S -" ' ., 'if' ' A. f v-.., NL. J fs ALAN TCLLAND "Before mon mode zu citizem, Nature mofle 115 men." Athletic and interesting sports enthusiast . . . takes it easy many friends fun to know. TERRY JOHN TOMAN T College "Lei 111 not look bore in ou- ger, nor foi'zm1'di1z fear, bllf fzronml in rIIl'ill'6'lIc'.l,l.H Friendly and fun-loving always ready for a good joke the red striped dart Arab good companions 'l.P. and the Sprite. Science Fair 1, 23 Variety Show 3, 4, Steering Com- mittee 4g Candy Sale 3, 4g Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4. I29 LYNN PATRICIA TURNAN Lynn College "The rezward of a thing uell done is to have done it." A leader respected Teen Center Memories of the greatest junior Year U.S. History Two Sisters . . , Counselor . . . Edgebrook. Spartan Staff 2, 35 Steering Committee 2, Class Secretary 3, Marshal 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. 'lv .,,.n-v' ROGER PAUL VANCOUR Rog College "Cheer ap, the worst is jet to rome." The Major, Rudolf, Hess and Frodo Dese and dese geeves you dose Drivers Ed, with P. and Bobby Burns Sheldon and the Eight Balls the Purity Gang hoop games at Arty's . . . Nubs. Variety Show 3, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Language Lab Asst. 2, 3, 4. 415 I KAREN WEBB "lVhoet'er llzfes Irzze life shall lozfe true love." Quiet and considerate . . . friendly and loyal . . . one of the girls . .. memories of great friends, great times, and great classes. ' 1 4 4 - -fr - I 5 5-aff 2 'Jie--.fit ' ' all 4-.0 if-mugs., it JUNE WEISGERBER june College "Here is a day that sings with promise of a thousand days to rome and stay." Friendly and happy . . Toot's gang . . . the red hammer . . . Rov . . . Canalls at lunch . . . birthdays. Drama Club 1, 2g Junior Classical League 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 43 Secretary 3g A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 41 Na- tional Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4g Business and Advertising Staff Co- Manager 4g Variety Show 1, 3. DANA R. TOSO Dana College "And trzzst me not at all or all irz all." Our friend from Minnesota . . . Graduated brother . . . Dana . . . quiet . . . liked by all who know him off to brighter lights in college. HOWARD TRAVIS Howie Work "Matz is man, and master of his fate." One of the gang Sax Square happy-go-lucky in and out of mischief . . . hockey's his game. Hockey 1. "Irr- MARSHA MARY VAN SICKLE Marsh Cosmetologist "Don't wave your wand, life is real ." Always moving kiwi Sister Kate Heavens to Besty Humorous, Hesitant, Honest Loyal Lanky and Laughing Collector of cups and dolls Life is Looking up. Home Ec. Club 1, 2, Art Staff 2. ELAINE MARCIA WALDMAN Elaine College "The most wasted day of all is that orz whirh we have not laughed." Last but not L.E.A.S.T. Life is gay and joyful Two Bakeries . .. Many memories . . . Cramer's . . . A smile Algebra I B.B.G. . . . Swimmer . . . outlook is happy. Mixed Chorus 1, Language Lab Monitor 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, Candy Sale 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects 3, 4, Interna- tional Relations Club 33 Busi- ness and Advertising Staff 3, 43 Senior Play 4. 'V+ -5-nf ARTHUR GARY WERKSMAN , Arty fSheldonj College "If'r not what you Jay, iff how you my il." Sheldon and the Eight Balls . . . Cooz, SS. Wilbur, Hon- ka, A.S., Buddvich, A.W., Zap broken nose and twenty stitches Mr. D and soccer Egor's announcements . . . the Grist Mill. Spartan 3, Sports Editor , araps Sports Editor 31 Archon Staff 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 41 ChflSfmH5 Projects 1, 2, 3, 4: Kev Club 4: V2- riety Show 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, Marshal 4, Library Aid 4, Volley- ' 4-Nt ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football 1. LOUIS! HERMINI WERNER Louise College "To fill ihe ham'-fha: if hrzppizzerf' Sewing Rainbow Girls . . . Reading . . . Mr. Smith and Biology . . . Miss K . .. Tall and Red friend to all true dramatist. Drama Club 1, 2, 4, Record- ing Secretary 3, Internation- al Relations Club 1, 2, Li- brary Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 1, 2. CYNTHIA LOUISE WHITE Cindy jr. College "The way to he happy if to make olherf happy" FNHS spirit Mr. E.'s beard . . . beat South . . . the PA Rally bus rides Cal- dor the summer of '68 . .. stuffed animals . . . "Yeah right." Drama Club 1, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY MARSHALL WHITE Greg College Greg a friendly smile, a lively "Hi!" the man with the camera D.K. amiable and easy-going ... "Smile!". International Relations Club 2, 33 Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Photographer 3, 4, Variety Show 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1. ANDREW WEMPLIY Andy College "Nothing is eww' rlflfllllfl- lirheff zwllhnnl L'llf!7!IlftIlI1l.H Quiet and sensitive in- telligent, capable, agreeable . .. a true Spartan . . . suc- cess as a result of hard work. SC,O'l"I' CIZRARID XY!lfN7lil. Scott C nllcgc "l'm' fha gale it zzrziwnizi nm! lhe :my ll hrml fha! ftmfi If llff rim! lhose ziho flllff 1! are few." Sensitive .ind aware . strong and personable ,. people, music, poetry . Dennisport . the Carve . , Chevy . . . lfamous. Variet Show 2, 3, fl, A Cz: w tell Y II Choir 3Z Cilec Club 3, Mixed Llioru 3, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Str-erim, Committee 2, Class President 4 Senior Play fi. -A--ff ARTHUR WERNICK Arthur College "You only get out of il, uhh! you plz! info it." My license, a thing of beauty . . . breakfast with Zap . . . hit the Teen Center Philmac's . . . always late for class .. . Miami wisdom teeth woes H.R, group . . . my frosh sister. Key Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3, 4, Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Can- dy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4, Business and Advertising Staff 4, Language Lab Asst. 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1. QI DONALD WHEET "Know lhezz Ihyrelf . . ." Quiet and shy . . . hardly ever a thing to say . .. deep thoughts, though a loyal friend. 'NJN an-ef MARY BETH WHITE Mary Beth College "It if only zrilla the bear! that one nw .ree rightly, uflaat if errential if izzzfiiible lo llae eye." Soft and stteet a lieart of gold .. a certain rtitum . many friends too many memories to put down. Spartan 1, 2, C0-Edltrll' 3, Editol el, International Relations Club Z. ff.,-ffmiry 5, Program Chairman -I, hy and Verse Staff Al, Drama 2, Library Aide l, lg Student raculty Forum 5, 4, Steering Com. 2, 5, 4, Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, -lg Christmas Projects l, Z. 3, 4. SUSAN ANN WHITE Sue College "Life but a Z't7lll6' zrlaezz if bar Jonzeflainiq zzzlfmble nr iii ob- jeff." Brown eyed Sue . . . Kind of gentle nature smiling of kind words . .. Happiness is virtue . . . Sailor . . . Memories of Maine. Pep Squad l, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2 3. Steering Committee 5, 4, Inter: national Relations Club 1, 2, 3g Girls Glee Club 3, Fashion Show 2, 3 Home Ec. Club lg Archon Girls Sports Co-Editor tl. 1 f:':::'. . , wjj:::. we at . a. 1 -, is- X. I A N 7 'fl' 3F 92 ' . 'Q 5 4 r lf V f :-523' It zvifia ' J, . .., . X , ,V OLGA ELIZABETH JOHN WILES WIERBICKI John College Elizabeth College "All the world'J 4 Jlage . . ." "No bird mn fly willaozzt its Capable and talented a p,-,,ii,i,,- wjiigijf flair for the dramatics . . . a Horseback riding , , , Skier hard worker . . . memories of and swimmer lovgg life fun, friends and productions. Pianist an avid read- Drama Club 1, 2, 33 PfCSi- er . . . geting to know people Clffnf 4- . . . sightseer . . . memories of Europe Science Fair 2. l32 SUSAN J. WHITE Sue "Art if mfzzff fmtzzreg mzlzzre I5 Gorlk art." A unique style, a dramatici.- flair always a friendly smile a talented conver- sationalist . .. an imaginative artist. X 1.5" I SUSAN LEAH WHITE Sue Airlines 'Triefzzlly people are better me! llmlz cleJcribed." Happy . . . Friend to all . . . Quick with Smiles . . . Mem- ories of friends . .. Saturday Nights Kevin .. . Kathy . .. and that special car . .. the cottage parties the class of '70. Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 45 Christ- mas Projects 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1. W" -Q-Min., DANA BRUCE WILKES Wilbur College "Yom life will be iucfeirful only if you take lime to make it Jo." Sheldon and the Eight Balls track team storming the A8cP . .. G.L.'s eating driving around on summer nights tobogganing on Indian Head sleeping at Rudd's . . . Arty at the Grist Mill. Steering Committet 2, 3, House of Representatives 3, t, Marshal 4, Christmas Projects I, 2, 5, ,lg Variety Show 3. -lg Candy Sale 2, 3, l, Basketball lg Football 23 Indoor Track 3. -lg Outdoor Track 5, -l. num., JANE LESLIE WILLEN Jani College "You mmf look into people df well as at them." Loyal Spartan jug Band '69 Weekends at Bran- dies Paul, Leo, Mike, Ron "there is no Way" crutch S511 jay, Noelle, Willie wicked fun loving giggles . .. B.V. parties. A Capella Choir l, 2, 35 Library Aide 3, 'lg Language Lab Asst. 2. Archon Staff -lg Pep Squad lg Variety Show 2, 3. 43 Christmas Proiects s. ii DIYBORAH ELIZABETH WILSON Debbie Law School C!Jt'e1'f1ff11vrr filler lmzgeir ill 'j'L't?VI, l'lI7fJI'ft'lf 111 lef11'.r." Skiing ... Sailing ... Sports Woman . . . Gift from South .. . Bubbly .. . Spirited ... firm believer in the class of '70 The Volks. .. lia- mous . . . Always on the Go . . . Memories of Mattapoisett and Lake Winnipesaukee. Language Lab Monitor 3g Class Secretary 4g Tennis 3, 4. IPROLD M. WINITR jerry College "OHV tllfc' ilmfffff Hof be In fire long, to 111 fire izwfff' Latin III D.B.'s Trot . . , Merill's magnets . . . Record Buff .. . Sport King Driver's Ed. and Mr. C. those baseball games .. . my tropical fish. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3g Debate Club 1g Candy Sale 1, 2, Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3g Volleyball 1, 2, 3. ROBIZRT VUING Bob A rt St hool HVIl'f!ll'l' ffzzfafli 1101 1111 lhe !f111,ij1fe fm! 111 flu' l1i',11'f." lfasy Going A great friend one jiicture is worth a thousand words motorcycles is his thing Mr. Smith Teen Center ,.. Life is to live. Candy Sale 1, Zg Christmas Projects I, 2, 3g Art Club 2, Baseball 13 Wrestling 2, Lacrosse 2. joiim' wooiif Xwoollifgr f ollegr: Hffffll' 11f1f1fe 111 1'ei1if111 ,. f1111z'111f111'!t- 111 frltllffjdii A thiiilter and tl tlorer . outgoing and friendly . , interested in musii and read- ing , , , .1 happy smile. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, 33 Variety Show Vi. Q""'V DONNA MARIE ANNE WRIGHT Donna Marriage "Sff1'j' rzberid 212 Ike gauze." VICTORIA JEANNE WRIGHT Vicki Art School "A pfeamzzl ,t1w'io11fzlil-ji rizzgr true," Amiable , . . warm . . . strong flair for cars, Vermont, Scituate Alice Mr. Owsley friends and fun .. . Mr. Zip a wonderful person to know .. . a true friend. Art Club 1g Chess Club 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, Tennis 3. DAVID YOUNG "flu UIHIK6 of 11111715 ii imrfb 11 10111111611 of ,I'fH'l'0Zl'.H One of the gang .. . a great kid ... fun and mischief ... set for excitement. L, we... f ROBERT JAMES ZANELLA Bob f'HrIjI7PflI6.IJ ir 11 good friend." Z-bird friendly .. . love for excitement "Go get lost!" Candy Sale 1, 2, 33 Christmas Projects 1, 2, 3. S 7-1- MARK ROBERT ZAPLIN Zap College ''Nou-Cozzformily, Ike start of iqwzizzf' Wfeekend excursions to New- ton Sheldon and the Eight Balls the Waban boys stock market Arty's mouth is it time yet? . . . Sth period walkouts . . . announcements . . . commuting from Newton. Key Club 4g Business and Advertising Staff 5, 4g Jun- ior Variety 3, 4g Candy Sale 1, 2, 3, 4g Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4g Natraps 35 Golf 2g Rifle Club 2. INA S. FISI-IMAN A x l JAN ZWERLING "To fill Ike b0lll'-lhdf if lmppizzerr. Happy and sociable al- ways surrounded by good friends on the go fun-loving and cheerful . . . a true friend. STANLEY COUGHLIN "Conformity if the rlealb of all inzagimzli022." Steadfast non-conformist .. . a man of his own will ever ready for a challenging discussion . . . a lighter side, too. MARK FERREIRA Mark College "I am what I am." Not many words, but many ideas . . . versatile and active . . . avid Sportsman. Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2g Track 33 Basketball 1, "Diz'w'.i'jf4y-fhrzf ir fbe 12101- fo." Thoughtful and aware , . . an individual many experi- ences and memories off to new horizons. GEORGE THOMAS FRASER Gegrge Service' "A zmzimztg zmy, fz pleasant smile." A true friend easygoing and amiable fond of good times bound for the service. RICHARD GABE "WMI if RICHARD HICKSON "If my friend! be few, llaey are !r11e." An interesting person to those who know him-a loyal friend . . . a man of his own will promised success. RICHARD MORGAN Tooty "Mau if rrefzled free and if free . . ." Tooty carefree al- ways with a joke never at a loss for words . . . talks of Ned. DONNA TRAHAR "He attaim lmppizzeri who Jlrizier to achieve il." Red-headed beauty con- scientious worker true and loyal friend many good times and fond memo- ries. WILLIAM IELLSWORTH jAYNIZS Bill College 'rD0,Il'l6!1f 71011 like, follow your f66'l.IlItQ5 mm' abate aff, keep your head." Bill . . . individualistic, thoughtful, searching .. . the Issue, skiing, creative writing a non-conformist . , . a truth- seeker. Band 1, 23 Spartan lg Soccer 1, 2g Tennis 3g Hockey 25 Wrestling 2. MARGARITA SEMINARIO A late but welcome addition to North A.F.S.'s from Peru Alison's "sister" another positive quality associated with the A.F.S. program Best of luck from all of us. WAYNE WALLACE jOSIil" KOUBIYRI. Pepi "1 nm 1:5 free as zltfilme first zmzde mfm . . A mysterious air, an inter- national flair . , , dark glasses a touch of Aus- tria music, people, and places. Soccer 4. RICHARD TARANTO "To friezzdrhip ezfery bzzrden if Ziglar." One who knows what he's doing . . . strong and mature understanding and loyal . . . success wherever he goes. LOUISA WITHERBY WINCH Binky Winnie Digg Jofkey "He who bar not traveled bar H019 ,-e,,11yp" nm lived." Newcomer to North . . . likes AIWHYS OU the 80 A - - ffiwfl- art and playing the guitar . . . success ahead. ling from country to country ... smiling and friendly ... an international flair a welcome addition to North. l35 El-NNE GULL MADC GEDIMAN wf - Q - 4 5 MOST POPULAIZ QIEPHGULL EDGAYNORJ A B A , Aifffyf ff 45 dfk '3 MOST LIKELY TO QUOCJEED BARBARA FEDERLINE PEIEIZ KARB , Y MOST! SUSAN GOLDQTEIN BARRY LENIC MOST DEDICJAIED BARBARA FEDERUNE ERIC ICARP Qaewfaf ' - if I 4. , 1 'Ik' Mosr QERJOUQ JUYG QANDVH6 BARRY LENIG FRJENDUEQT ANNE MoC1JLLOUGl-I JIM CINAMON 4 OLAQQFLIRT PAT BRUENELL AL BYRNE CLASS CLOWN QI-VIRJON BERNARD! TOM PINN CLASS MOUTH :mem ADAMS Amwnwemceum MOSTQI-N ywe www TOM oumrv 1'w-1' -X ,. I ny. 4? aw fm tw 'Nm-... MOGTAI1-ILEIIO MAPJGE TEDOLDI QTEXIE COIZPJGAN MOSTAIZTIQTIG SUSAN J. WI-IITE MIKE PJODIZIGUEZ MOST MUSICAL JUNE werseemeera Qoorr wemzeu. 2 an . ' 3 if , r ww f 9 4, -isulnuso--rullihv ,,4 1 . 'x " ':n-HQ!--our-. V , 1 ... ..-,..,-,,,, . 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S+ewar+ 57 Dots' Sireei Realxtor Framingham 872-0973 Crown Chevrolei 550 Union Ave. Framingham Complimenls of De Collibus Radio and Television Center, Inc. Color and TV Specialisis 597 Waverly Sireei' Framingham 875-5200 The Thinker. You're Tickling me! I II II II I Ii III if 321 III ,.,.,-.1-...wwf E .b' gg I ff CONGRATULATIONS 'F I Class of l970 Q52 o o Perm: Cavanaugh. I I I I I-le'lI never know! i 'fiifgti -I ffl- I 5 is ji 52 3 , 5 - ' if 'i .V'. I IJ ig., -5 il , ' gJ'Q Framingham, Massachusells lnlernalional Really and Conslruclion Firm W 2 . RQ -any Q. fl ' F .gl , -N ' A 'AIT' ""'-x 3'-i ' vu-T I -14. TUNNELS BRIDGES l-IIGHWAYS BUILDINGS DAMS PIPELINES MARINE Bates News Co. I Howard Slreel Framingham Paper Back Books of All Kinds for School Uses ancl Reading Complimenls of Sporfswear Juniors Framingham Freni's lnc. Marine and Snowmobiling I5 Pond Slreef lR'l'e. l26l Framingham Promp+, Free Delivery Service Philmac Pharmacy ' ' X p I I I Max Werniclz, B.S.. R. Ph. Q , ' ' Philip S. Kalz, B.S., R.Pl1. i ,if '-Sup i Ya seen one Playboy. I3 School Sfreel' YOUIVG Seen 'em all- Saxonville, Mass. 877-5566 l86 Coolcson i Rudys Cleaners Funeral Home 542 Franlrlin Street Framingham 3l8 Union Ave. Framingham Builder's Realty Corporation Massachusetts l3l Fay Road l Framingham Gentle BSD? Johnson Gordon Framingham Jewelers Answering Shopper's World Service ff iclfooill y Inger. 872'l27l IO3 Pincushion Road Framingham Framingham 5,1 I ..,, ' 7 N J, J gf., If 'J , H! Teddy! Whaf are you doing here? Lei go!! Are you crazy?? V Complimenis of Dr. Leon I. Leshay M8fJ Marine I-iomeliie Chain Saws 6l5 Old Conn. Paih Framingham Paul's Complimens of Barber Shop Ches+er Drake "Keep America SQ'-15' Inc, Beauiiui, Boys, 222 Wainuf Sfreei Sei' a Halrcuiil Framingham Round-Up Shopping Cenier RIX DISCOUNT Sporfswear "The siore wifh mo II4 Concord Sfreef I36 Howard Sfreef Framingham Framingham Good Luck Seniors From The Archon Staff Complimenfs of Dom's Fruii' Siore, Inc. 269 Hollis S+ree+ Framingham Elaine Rick J. M. Brian Coulrin Mark Ferreira G. B. Maida th .yy-me 4 ,.,., , 1. Banzai PQ I f . K. M, l-li-Q-Silver r l90 Tel. 877-4I90 Brady's Flying A Toyota l060 Old penn. Path Saxonv Il M ' 767 Waverly Sheet? Road Service Minor Repairs , '..FLY'l ix. Framingham . , , 1 ,If five, Compliments ot Karas Pharmacy Framingham Centre 875-57l l Compliments ot Trinity Electrical Contractor lnc. 872-4227 White Hardware 56 Hollis Street Framingham Compliments ot El Crazy Bobo Harold L. G., L. M. Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 From the Five Framingham Banks Framingham Coopera+ive Bank Framingham Nafional Bank Framingham Savings Bank Soufh Middlesex Coopera+ive Bank Framingham Trusi' Company Bank With Framingham Banks Think hr h 7 .A Ss , , L' 1' 4 '15, - 1292 'fl' i 'mi - 13' Sh '- Yeahm f y 'ri b g as in' alriqhi! Whai d a funnyl kg 7 ash-'fray ee, I hope is I a gir. Q1 if our saivaiio Heal your soul! ROXB U RY FLOOR FASHIONS 42' Comphmen+s of ROXBURY CARPET COMPANY Saxonville, MassachuseH's, 0I70I l6I7j 877.5540 Complimenfs of Worcester Gas Light Co. Framingham Read I+ Firsi in Jrhe Framingham News Comple+e Coverage of Your Acfiviiies Complimenis of Barry Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Mel Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Donahue Lesfer Hair Sfylisfs Bread Baslzel' zo River sneer Bakery Framingham Qualily Cleaners and Fur Sforage 532 Union Avenue Framingham Cleaners-Launderers Fur Sforage The Wo rd robe 85 Concord S+ree'I' Downlown Framingham Feaiuring Slyles Designed for 'fhe Man Wiih a Flair for Living Mr. and Mrs. George Petro 8 Lindsey Slreel' Framingham Belhany Trucking Company 50 Befhany Road ,J You wanl me lo whaf? Wailer! Framingham F pinefgeld The New York Jewelers Slofe pgnefgeld "Dis+inc+ive opping Cenfer Wear lOl' Womenll Tel.: 877-07l0 l07 Concord Sfreei S"'o"'llle- Mass- Framingham V ln iaclcling. lhe grip is very imporlanl. I93 l'ley guys! Whaf happend 'o fhe pool? lf's a fragedy. Nexf year a fronf view and classes l Congratulations to the Class of 1970 We know fhe sigh of relief fhaf comes af fhe end of your final exam. Long years of sfudy behind you, and a big wide world ahead. B f af fhaf if isn'f The final fesf-or fhe end of your learning. The u even biggesf fesfs sfill face you in fhe choice and fulfillmenf of your life s work. Many plan for college, some musf reckon wifh The armed forces. Ofhers . +- will seek posifions in indusfry, frade, business. We, af Dennison, congra ulale you on your pasf accomplishmenfsg il your fufure plans call for I ' b- sfeady employmenf or summer work, we ll be glad fo discuss your pro lems wifh you. Our Employmenf Deparfme porfunifies exisfing in our offices, facfory, and warehouse. DENNISON nf will welcome The chance fo oufline op- Complimenfs of Lombard lndustdes, Inc. Subsidiary of USM Ashland, Massachuse+'rs The Win+hrop 740 Waverly Sfreel Framingham Ebin ReaI+y "CompIe're Real Eslafe Service" Morfgages-F.H.A. -GJ. Loans 9 Hampshire Rd. Framingham 875-4453 Call Anyfime Kendall Press Inc. Siafioners and Prinfers Draf+ing Supplies 58 Irving S1'ree Framingham Tel. 873-7252 Fi'H's Insurance . . . of course! Framingham 872-I227 CompIimen+s AIpen's Giovanni's Barber Shop 78 Union Ave. Framingham 53214533 Downfown Milford LONG Eslablished I927 Long 879-I22I CADILLAC PONTIAC GMC 624 Waverly Sfreel' Framingham x,,,, Oh-oh! He found us! Black is beauriful. I iusf wanf To make one 'rhing perfeclly clear Guess who? ,A 1 ,J LUV V, ,,,,l -Wi L- MT OF -lli Eilvi ,xii 1 Wormwood, Wormwood Butler Motor Corp. Ford-Falcon -Thunderbird II99 Worcester Turnpilze Framingham Tel. 872-4355 Moody Optical Co. 442 Franklin Street Framingham Phone: 875-i400 Joe Brown's Hobbies- Sporting Goods 7 Kendall Street Framingham 873-3500 872-3500 Tom my's Taxi, lnc. Courteous Service Cars Equipped With Motorola Two-Way Radio Corner Waverly and Concord Framingham Bidino's Sub and Pizza 35 Pond Street lRte. IZ6, Ashlandl . Devine 5" Music Pha'maCY Center Franlrlin Street Co F mmgh fd dm ncord Street, Framingham Visit Framingham's Supply Center for every l-ligh School Student ,514 The Most Complete Stationers Downtown in the Area Laurence Stationery 0 Shoppers' Framingham World Best Wishes to the Class of 1970 From Loring Studios I0 Wesi' S+. Jusf Bosion, Massachuseiis 61718 Heg Sheld FYI I . ' 4 4,4 98 sf . I lifi 'H' 5 lil . 1 vw 3 V I I I 4llIll? ,g,,.nv-'lil' ,,..vrw-W" 'Maya Q.,-v"Y"""".,'TnrA,5 f f 1 Z I V3 V 1 l , al 5 1 y ' I 5 4 - , 5 !'!': f fur" ff" QW' Q 1 Q., E 5 E 2 .4 .Z e . .- f E ' L "1 .r ' - v..,.f en. 2 r"""""' , 2 f f I mv-'-"""' E 1 4 2 f L . Q ' 1 ' 3 V iz 7 I 2 3 I f L . M . pf J ' ' v f I iz 1 L E I 6 .1 .4- FF YT rr 1 ,,. I-v W W, R ,eq Drs. O'Leary, Bonanno and Dev Dr. I. Edward Sol Elmer S. Blake. Chiropracior AHorney Lloyd S. French Dr. John W. Reid f I 4 1 K 22 r naw' I Fi ' I' ' - f or EU! rf FF:-EB Q Q34 . , - 4 " ffffizxfn, , N .gt m Dr. Morris Fried Dr. Kenneih B. Gordon Dr. Leon Herman AH'orney Cur+is B Doolmg Dr. Paul F. Syclow Key Club We express our grafeful appreciafion fo Mr. Francis J. Cavanagh Our Principal Congrafulafions are exfended fo our l graduafing Senior i members: Franlr Anfenucci Ellioff Baldwin Donald Balfour Richard Benneff Thomas Bromby Gerald Brooks Gerard Canelli John Casali James Cinamon Roberf Cohen Paul Cool: Sfephen Corrigan Louis Demeo Sfeven Donahue Sfephen Drugan Thomas Finn Edward Gaynor Marc Gediman Donald Gilberg Larry Goldsfein John Gosslin Sfeven Greene Ted Hawley Jeffrey Held Pefer Hollis Pefer Hurley David Hurwifz Pefer Karb James Kaufman Thomas Quinn David Sallen Walfer Samolulc Charles Schwarfz Sfeven Shedd Terence Sheperd Alan Silverman Roberf Spellberg Michael Tarlow Eric Tibberf Karl Tibberl' Arfhur Werlzsman Arfhur Werniclr Jerold Winer Marlc Zaplin Franlc Komola Barry Lenlz David Lenfz Sfeve Lewis Vilcfer Liungsfedf Jan Vilzfer Ljungsfedf Franlr Low Paul Mailhof Thomas Maley William Mee Geoffrey Miller Joseph Morrissey Arfhur Newman Thomas Noonan Roberl' Pendergasf VVha+ dy I+lis So,anyway Complimenls of William R. Rowan Faclory Represenlalive L. G. Balfour Co. Taylor Publishing Co Aflleboro, Massachusells Best Wishes Seniors I, y. l l F v il l I i l g , l 1 ll ll 1 l l A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H . . . Beezle Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Adams Alan and Sue All power io 'I'he revoluiionl Always remember 4l4 and 5I3 Always fhe gang of '69 A.M.G. and J.M.N. Dominic J. Amoruso Andy A. Pismo Clam B.A.C. No. lg l.C. of M. no con+es+ CB and SW Chicken-we love you Chris and Cindy Chris and Tom Class of '65 is 'rhe grea+es+ The Cluclrer Complimenfs of Windsor BuHon Shop Congraiulaiions from Mr. and Mrs. Birnbach "Crash" Page Dana Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Dargan Bali-Hai dave g. Barbi and Cicco Debbie and Jerry Barnes, Turnan, Rooney, Shames, Culgin Debbie and Jimmie Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Baichelor BB, BBB! Be-Lou Besi wishes-Mrs. Paul Driscoll Besl' wishes-+he Becker family Bill and Jayne '7l The Blorg Kid BL, LG, RS, DG, CG, AD, AS, SM, Boa+ l.B.A. Bob and Judy Bob A. needs deniures The Bobbsey Twins Bombard and Rabbii Pierre Jean Bonin Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. Brackin Mr. Brown Bubbles and Sonny Buclcei' HCM.. Yrmagene Carfer Cau+ion: B204 Deb's Mom and Dad Dedham police inlerrogafion room Dedicafed fo my bro'rher Bill Derin Aefurna Diane and Dave Dick and Jean Do you remember lhaf shori' '69 senior? DJ, KJ, lLK Droopalong, mushmouse and pumlrin puss DYNAMITE! Ebbie and Dave El Bobo Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' E. EllioH' Karen Engel Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Engel EP, DK 2, BE, CS, Duck, Pais and JD Eric-WDS2 DOEY Ern and MarciflBarb and Cheryll Evening of Drama, April I0, I970 Mary Eaherfy Mr. Fargo-second ferm? Fas+ Falcons Forever Feb. 7, 5 by 6 Feed Mrs. Carole Feiler F.F.P.l.L.S.F.C. The FNHS Drama Club For Samuel Freddy's Teen Cen+er A Friend From a big cal' fo a liH'le one From Klein's dog The FTD Express Mr. Gallagher Gene Girls' Baslceiball, BSL Champs Give p eace a chance Billie Goldsfein Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldsfein Goodbye! Good Luck J.M. and M.B. from S.G. and J.K. Good luck Mr. Cavanagh Good riddance seniors Alan Gregg I970 Gym leam, BSL Champs Half days af Julie's-punch, J Happy-go-luclcy Mrs. Margarel Q. Heaps H.J.S. and S.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. C. Holden Joe Hopkins How many more? I don'1' lcnow andV? l'll remember you Billy G. Nelson l'm fhrough wiih Famous S.H. ln honor of Mr. Dargen, Mr. Whelan, Mr. Carney, Mr. Gallagher ln memory of a fence I S.A.W. a Sue The James Jane and Kupa Janice and Eddie J.B. and G.F.-remember J's af +he Cape7 J.B. and J.D. JCF and CER J,D,M,K,J,A,K,C,Kg Bye seniors Je anne and Sfeve JE lilces JM, MS, AG, DS Andrea Jewell Francis Jewell J.H. Michael Hunf Jill and Ken '72 and '73 Jim and Shirley JN swims fo his+ory and frips luds Joanne and Bruce Kris Johnson Jose and Maria Joy and Norman Joyce and Brian Judi and Kenl' Juicy and fhe Jerlr Julie Wha+'s in your poclcel'-Lise Jusf wail' un+il '72 J.V. Mr. and Mrs. Fredericlr Kerr SPX4 Joseph Kerr '66 Kevin and Tina Kifchen 9453: Hurwiiz, Mancini and Samululr Darlene Kiifredge Wayne Koulopoulos Mr. and Mrs. D. A. and kiddies La Plume Mrs. H. a+ S.T.P. Larry and Sue Mr. McDermo'H, ships only sink half way L.H. Mrs. Joseph B. Murray Linda and Billy Kafhy Murfagh Linda M. and Ernie BJ!! Mu'H and Jeff Lois M.V.L.-J.P. Lollipops and 'rurkish faffy anon ymous No, Mike, fhe Illinois Thruway LoLo No-No Pepsi Mary H. Lonergan Noonan, Levy, Krasnoff, Samuluk, Wilson Long Live The Bomb 69 Noonan's an All-siar Lynn and Chef Ocf. I, I969-Jan. I, I970 Macumbers and M.B. and J.W. Ocfober ll, I969 The Mafia Ooh-Ahs say Bull Mancini, I70 over 289 Ooh-Ahs say Harry's ai eighi' Mancini, 283 over 289 Open nel' Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Mandell P.A. Marc and Lise Pai Markie-The Greek Pai, Grace, BeH'y, Sue Marie, Whoop, OD, Lane-Brain, Yodel Pafacka Maureen Bar+ha Paiari M.A.W.T.D. Peace M and L say don'+ guz your Bud Peace now Me and George Pefer and Julie-whai happened? M.E.C. Buns Pe+er N. M.E.S. Pewier M.G.E.B. Pii' and Odysseus M.F. MHSGD Fesfival Cas? P.J.P. The Midnigh+ Riders Mike and Vicki The Miracle Worker Mobe Mo+her's Worry P.K. has fleas Pluck you Poolie! The Polock and Chink forever P.P.F. Praxis M ' l S+ ff Thanksgiving and W.H.S. cheerleader Praxis anagerua a John Q. Public Thanks Greg for everyfhing Pudgie and Bob Thanks io Mr. Maz-L.F. Purple eyes-Pai, pink To a P.W.A. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Quafrale To A.S.: 'rhe diamond of my hearl' Rabbii' Tom and Jo Rabbi+'s sober friend Tom and Paf Raiso Rizzo Tommy-Pifisfield Rear Padiddle Tools' Qing Remember Jan. and Feb. The l41'h Torfis Ricky and PaHy To S.W.: ". . . and I remember sunrise buiierflies and blues, Shephanie L. Rudism summer morning sunrise, calico asier and you. Charles H. Savage Tumbleweeds UR, S.E.S. Tuna SH' Tuna's a roo+ Sharon and Rich Tudleu where are You? Sheldon and fhe Eighi' Balls Shelley Greenberg is smari' "Shepie" Doug Smi+h Mr. and Mrs. John Smi+h Soul +o 'rhe seniors The Spar'I'an Spike S.S. will ge'r you Sfay gold, Jim S+eph and S+eve Sieve and Nancy Sieve, Kevin, Paula, Diane, David, Douglas Sue H. and Bob W. Summer of '69 a+ +he 'Y' Susie Thank heavens for plaid panis Uncle Dan and gang Unserer Horizoni erwei'I'er+ sich up againsi' 'l'he wall, M.F.! US U.S.S. Maryellen Miss Elizabefh Vayda Vic and Sam The Walloping Wops Walier says vo+e for Belmon+e Was ii' I03 or l02 Bob? Wafermelon Mr. and Mrs. Waller Weisgerber We +olera1'ed you, J.H. Mr. Whelan You musi' be kidding!!! Zillions of bunches I-4-3-5-3 4 1, , ,W at .V 1 .ia Q ING IQ ENDING HL" J' 'ki Eg l El? fL"".i ai as , 206 dreams i'd like to play marbles and be a kid again instead of being in an awkward stage of life i'd go back to my days of simplicity where each day was a small challenge like marbles i'd like to. mona diamond FQQTSSQ G ING IQ BEGINNING I ,G J F-'--..-.Af ,aiwwf ,I-13, 1 , Q -- ,f 1' -.g,A,.4,AA,QV A-5 3 I-A '.., L., h ,,,.A,. ., ,, Y .,18. J i 3' 2 '!"9-if 'itil If U r. PEACE "W ru mvxif a lastmg leaf forever menclmg the long IHCIPICDCC wnthm forever shall there be no endmg 'Z 'Q I1A,L1,Y ,, nw--G whlle powered IS man to hegm- tomorrow l1es wlthm the hours scott g. wenzell IA 1 1- ,.f.,-1.' ' , v,Q ,,J,,.:a, I 4' 14. 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