Mount Wachusett Community College - Yearbook (Gardner, MA)

 - Class of 1970

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' 0 if ' 3 , J ,. 4 , N. 5 ' L: . - f ' J", " '4s!z14Im:11l: Ljlae .Jgiglafanczler Wernory EQOA Published by the class of 1970 at Mount Wachusett Community College Editor: Leslie Dowd Co-Editor: Jeanne Gregoire Faculty Advisor: Robert H. Eaves DED1cAT1oN 1 TYPLNG Jan Bettez Jeanne Gregoire Karen Leonard DUMMY PHOTOGRAPHY Allan Tkaczyk Cliff Lupien Christine LeBlanc Janice Kapacziewski Karen Leonard Gary Schumann Karen Conlin Paul McNamara Cliff Lupien John Fawcett Janice Kapacziewski Karen Conlin Lorraine LeBlanc PROLCGUE Dave Chambers Cliff Lupien Jan Bettez TAB LE OF CONTENTS PROLOGUE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE DEAN'S MESSAGE DEDICATION APPRECIATION ADMINISTRATION FACULTY STAFF CLASS OF 1970 HOMECOMING WEEKEND CHRISTMAS DANCE WINTER CARNIVAL HUMANITIES CLUB PRESENTATION BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS FOREIGN STUDENTS THANK YOU, MR. EAVES CLASS PLAY CANDIDS Liberal Arts Business Administration General Studies Business Technology Secretarial Engineering Technology Public Communications WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES EPILOGUE PEOPLE ARouNn THE Moum I 13' up J ' i 1 6 i c P W W I W 5 4 1 Dr. Arthur F, Haley Pre siclent. Wwe if FIU i 3 than - 64,0 k y mlm TELEPHONE: 632-1230 OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT This note of congratulations is being written just at the turn of the calendar from the Sixties to the Seventies. And it compels one to glance back at what is known as the turbulent Sixties - a remarkable decade. You commenced your studies with us toward its end but nevertheless embody the spirit that resided in college students of this era. You are inquisitive, compassionate, demanding, bright as a dime and concerned not only with your community but the world! We at Mount Wachusett Community College could only hone these attributes as our resources allowed. But we are quite proud of you - for what you brought with you to the College and what you are taking with you as you leave. For we see quite clearly that we have changed and we see society changing through your leadership. You have a mar- velous contrlbutlon to make, one that is profoundly needed, and one that is truly positive. The road will not always be smooth, but it would be a privilege if wr: fzoulfl sc-rvc with you in the pursuit of your Causes. Let us help. Come back and visit the "Mount" often, and maintain this relationship. Sincr-rvly yours, 8' Arthur F. llaley President John P. Hogan Dean of Students lx 75? M QW? Mvwa ae lg ymww 01440 TELEPHONE: 632-1280 DEAN OF' STUDENTS may 5, 1970 Dear Graduates: This Vearbook will document another good year in the story of the college. It is the fifth year of publication along with our fifth graduating class. ' The students who worked on the early issues are now gone from our campus, leaving a heritage of pleasant memories that are evoked each time I open one of the books. many of our former graduates return to renew acquaintances and to see the progress as we expand and develop. A yearbook becomes more treasured as the years go by and help to identify familiar faces no longer on the daily scene. The Class of 1970 has been a good one, and the two year period marked by achievement in the classroom, on the playing fields and courts, and much progress toward our new campus. I trust that the future will bring to each of you many of God's blessings and benefits, and that in some small way we have made a contribution to your future. Come back to see us often. Support your Alumni Association. Bon voyage as you navigate the rapids of lifes stream. was DEDIC PATION 'Q Aw. 'fm.. mae M mae 4 Q -vw A I s 'r n A 1 I c 1 Dr, John H. Bassett Dean of Faculty Richard P. Jeffrey Dean of Administration A -5 4 Charlotte A. Rahaim Guidance-Transfer - -.,iun-ln-D" Robert I-I. Eaves Admissions With a place to stand and the proper leverage Rodger M, Lively Staff Assistant 3 Armand Landry Registrar 4 s , 1 S47 Carl F. Tarnmi Staff Assistant Mason T. Parker Librarian cl ulty Appreciation You have given us the encouragement When everyone else has turned asideg You have made each and everyone of us feel wanted, If only for a brief moment. Yes, you are one who has given us the hope to persevere. So we, in appreciation, say "Thank you, Mr. Goldfadern Sidney Goldfader IQ ' w QT' g-,,,,..,...- .,'a -ig "N -,,.., .n p-qnvd'i"" ,N eq '3 ------L- -,.-h1.uef.id J uns-n-.,, i-Q.. 5-x sN'hL"' Y 4. ...- P-., iff' v ! L c., , J I ill.. ' Y' 1 C0NvEP.sxON 38 u Division of Humanities Professor Samuel J. 0'Neill, Chairman French I 1 U- I 5- ' Miss E stelle' Beli sle French S N , H... QU. ik 'Sli Qxhtil I Well. . .he1lo, there! . Mrs. Mar1e B. Bent Music 52-'Q' Mr. Edward R. C English A Gee, that's a tough question Assistant Professor Leah N. Knowlton English Mr. M1 English 'fi Associate English chael N. Kressy QLVN " u-, Emu' - ln Assistant Professor Kenneth E. Marisseau English - fu .-X-, ..-Us bil.- - gr.- - - ' . . lsmy. sl , 1' ' mx . . N' Professor John H. Leamy, Jr. if V55 mi Hi . . .I teach I-Iistoryllll I Mr. Arthur E. Marley English ul. Wuxi! 2- Mr. Gordon L. Massingham English HSNOV Assistant Professor Sylvia T. Miner English Miss Linda A. Novelli Developmental Reading 3:9- Assistant Professor C. Robert Orr Mrs' Jean C' Tandy Speech Aff R.. .-' N I .f I S S D Mr, Eugene G. Turcotte Mr. Dario Valdes Linglish Spanish 4? ns , -X "WZ Professor ' Richard I-I. Truxton, Chairman Hi story Mr. William J, Dunn, Jr Geography, History Miss Ann E. Dennett Sociology fi? 1 I ' 2 8 in-w Assistant Professor Raymond V. Coleman Psychology, Illistory Assistant Professor Earl Morgan Psychology ' x u-.-N X , L ' 1..,. J -sl Z ,1 T-- L I7 Assistant Professor Philip A. Leasure Human Relations, Sociology Associate Professor John O. McLaughlin Government, International Relations, History Miss Marie D. Strazar History Associate Professor Norman E: Tandy Psychology, Human Relations Assistant Professor Peter Trainor Sociology riqnymrl? Y ,, ...V- Inf il H . Assistant Professor John T. Awclycki Professor Joseph B. Ruth, ACCO'-lnting Chairman ' Busine ss Mathematic s, Accounting Mrs. Helen Lepkowski Secretarial Picture Not Available Associate Professor I Lydia Carse Secretarial Mr. Carl Lugbauer Merchandising Picture Not Available Toivo K, Maki Associate Professor Assistant Professor George F. Murphy Data Processing Principles of Accounting Hy" ' Mrs. Ann Marie Lupien Sales Management' ,Q ' Secretarial Industrial Management 'ef 'p lm Assistant Professor James B. O'Donnell - Business Mathematics, N, , MR 0.5 Cost Accounting, Y Economics Assistant Professor O. Vincent Paliotti Economics Mr. Charles G. Snow Associate Professor Frances A. Pronski Secretarial - Business Mathematics, Accounting Mr. Robert F. Spohn Data Processing Mr. Carl F. Tammi Data Processing Professor Leon S, Bedarcl, Chairman Mathematics Assistant Professor Ellen E. Casey Mathematics if -E Assistant Professor Walter E. Ballou Biology, Physics Mister O'Brien. . .I beg your pardon! Associate Professor Paul E. Drowne Mathematics,- Calculus Associate Professor Ottmar Eckardt I F mv-"""'X" A ,f Mechanics, Engineering Graphic s X Q Assistant Professor Paul R. Niemi Physics, Wood Technology Q E Assistant Professor Q Herman Gelbwasser g Chemistry, Physical Science 411' 'I Assistant Professor Theodore Pilteau Biology . Mr. Gerald R. O'Brien Physical Science Electronics Mr. Michael Surgan Biology Assistant Professor Edward H. Stevens You silly sauage! Clerical taff Jane C. Burke Jeanette P. Burnyshaifski Clerk, EveningfSummeif- Division Secretary, Evening Summer Division Barbara F. Butler Ruth C. Dahir Sr. Clerk Typist, Business Office Secretary FO the President Il" I I ' --in-"- Peggy B. Davenport Bookkeeper, Business Office Two dollars on "Sweet Prince" in the Sth at Aqueduct I Nancy A. Hudson Clerk Stenographer, Student Personnel Services Gueneth Morgan Stenographer, Downtown Campus Ixw Eugenie A. Parnar ' Stenographer, Student Personnel Services Helen F' Reynolds Edith M. Sbrega l Principal Clerk, Business Office Secretary to Dean of Students Carolyn R. Zalewski Clerk Typist, Business Office ..t dxf. f S C i 5 lg! 8-Q" E n.pguAl' x Q - V 1 I . ix I Mary K, Starkey Judith A. Griffin Library Assistant Clerk TYPiSf, Libr'-QFY Library taff Holly A. Bevis Linda Oldach Stenographer Library Assistant Librarian Percy M. Blanchard John D. Neville Cusfodians Kamal' SL. - "If we set it to go off at noon. . ." v. J - , . tw 0 T Q A 5 J' L 3 V : Daniel E. Beauregard Leo Bosselait hi 1, f"'! Tw n ' ' ! 'S Mrs. Eleanor LaRoche, Mrs. Blanche A. Woodcome, Mrs. Mildred Lefebure, Mrs Malfissa Noponen Cafeteria Bookstore To V. Studio Lawrence Chapman Picture Not Available Craig Bonner Technician l. 'B --Q, 5. .1- fm-Q. Manager ff' .J- ff' 'Lo-'J' X41 h Jones e an Kerman President V- Q 1ce-.print-O Ve S de 1' I nf 2 S S 0 F F i c Ka Brg T I' 1-eazn Con UI-.er ljn Anna Lunecca Secretary ""h ew? A :.l' K. I QXAS of mo "It is a small school yet there are those who love it" Daniel Webster Liberal Arts Robert Hall, Student Council President Box 98 Cross Rd. Lunenburg e Blanche Anderson Roger Bastarache Partridge Place 71 Allen Street Gardner Gardner Barbara Brand Donald Carlson 19 Fletcher St. County Road Ayer Ashby Jasper Chirco 34 Franklin St Leominster Karen Conlin 73 Pawtucket Dr Lowell .3 ' Sure it ain't Saturday? . v. -5' . .W 1 nxrf' inf :I George Cramm 52 Central St. Gardner ref-Ao f .I Cynthia Day Deborah Dipaoli Warwick 117 Lincoln Terr Grange Leominster BE HAPPY I A I , ft v V Leslie Dowd Eleanor Gacek 244 Hildreth sfg 612 Bridge Sf' Lowell Lowell I 2. Jeanne Gregoire Diane Haarala 119'State Street 268 West Street Berlin, N. H. ' Gardner IS THAT ALL THERE IS Sharon Hanson 37 Winslow St. Gardner Janice Kapacziewsk Kenneth Jones 59 Harvard St. 89 Maverick St. Gardner Fitchburg Elizabeth Harper 43 Sunnyhill Rd. Lunenburg Bruce Landry 84 North Main St Leominster yi.: fi. Michelle LaPointe Route 101 Pettersham Lorraine L. LeBlanc Janice Leger' 31 Gr-ant St. 38 CO1l1I'l'lbllS SC, .Gardner Fitchburg Harry M. Leonard, Jr 312 Wilder St. Lowell Jamce Maghacane 59 Chelsea St. Gardner Michael McCormic Brandon Petersham Robert Mikrut Foster St. Littleton Harry C. Miller 5 Greenwood Terr. H---J--" Je- f-if Athol .l.:1r1err.arie Roy E3 Eucric. zz. Gardner Marsha Russell Paul fl. feiekgc 40 Westminster li-1 ?Qeasar.: St. S. Ashburnharr. ' I.-:W-:QQ - ,anti Louis Spagnuola Barbara Spinney 23 Winch Street 44 Atlantic St. Fitchburg Lowell Jayne Stevens Kent Strong Groton Road 1184 Chestnut St Dunstable Athol ' Carole Touchette 51 Peabody St. Gardner Kathleen Walsh 53 Pelley Street Gardner G' E Elizabeth Whelpley 47 Monadnock St. Athol . Gregory tWatkev1ch 128 Allen St. Athol Carol Wolosewicz 76 Forest Lowell Business Administration Picture Not Available Steven Giacoppe, Student Council Rep. 490 Wanoo snoc Road Fitchburg Marjorie Ford Dean F13 ' ming 81 Church Street 31 Haynes Court Gardner Leominster Richard Gauthier John Hawthorne 87 W. Albert St. 49 Mountain Ave. Lowell Fitchburg t I . 1 N Q Stephen Murray Michael Rayball 74 Hurd St. 29 Summit Ave. Fitchburg Latham, N. Y. 1!1 F Donald Hirbour ' ' If .J 64 Hawthorne St. "' Lowell He's got to be kidding! eneral tudies John A. Balclucci 31 Railroad St. Fitchburg William Belliveau 14 St. Cecilia Leominster Janice Bettez 23 West End Ave. Gardner Another Mount purse snatcher in action. But Super Sue to the rescue! Robert Bettez 86 Coburn Ave. Gardner Robert Bates 92 Peabody St. Gardner Susan Blanchard Province Rd. Barnstead, N. I-I. Phyllis Ann Buja 88 Lovewell St. Gardner Susan Boutell 188 No. Orange Rd Athol A Thomas Burke 21 Elizabeth St. Fitchburg Beverly Caron 233 Clarendon St. Fitchburg Dorothy Cockroft 14 Subway Avenue Chelmsford V Victoria Croteau 98 Sylvan Avenue Leominster Rand Desrosiers 1 5 Ridgecrest Rd. Jaffrey, N. H. Dean Contover 11 Edson St. Lowell Peter Eisbrenner Hilltop Drive Sterling Kenneth Farnsworth Route 2A Box 93 Shirley Richard Griffin 209 Leamy St. Gardner Jeffrey Gagnon Slip Road Greenfield, N. H. I If Mary Guichard 2 Prescott St. Fitchburg 'TN i Freder1ck Hamel 273 Westford St. Lowell Arthur Hansen 110 Billerica Road Chelmsford C l X 52. Nice Muscles, Frank Paul Harris 9 Winslow Road Chelmsford Cra1g Hedstrom 214 Merriam Ave. Leominster Rita Jackson 6 Church Street Gardner Michael I-Iolohan 77 Dillon St Leominster Victor Kiloski, Jr, 282 Butman Road Lowell Peter Kari RFD 3294 Gardner Stephen Greeno 186 Lowe Street Leominster ka Gerald F. Lajoie 313 Parker Street Gardner Anna Lunetta 55 Canton Street Fitchburg Steven Marcinkus Richard Lupien 40 Linden Street Winchendon 159 Baker Street Gardner Donald C. Masson 18 Peters Drive Leominster Morgan McCarthy 18 Warwick Road Gardner Mark McMonigle 16 South Street Shirley Elaine Morin 74 Forest Hill Fitchburg .f-"""' Eh. . .Terrific Hat Linda A. O'Leary 560 Pleasant St. Gardner Walter Persson 22 Kelley Ave. Fitchburg g, f. .,g!, I ff. L 41 r fwffia fri' ...I '- Allan E. Olly 158 Hale Road I-Iubbardston Jennifer Rice Phoenix Street Shirley ' Dale Robichaud H 30 Elmwood Road Winchendon Francis Rocca 48 Walker Street Leominster John Robichaud 12 Birch Street Gardner- Laurie Richard 19 Fifth Street Leominster l Brenda Royer 194 Florence Leominster W1l11am Schrelner 24 Stratton Dr, Hudson ,2- fi gl K . u t t V B x Q 'J Douglas Sidilau 37 E. Dunstable Road Nashua, N. H. Perry Sivert 102 Beech Street Clinton 'll' Susan Tyler State Road Phillipston Ernest Woessner 31 Westland Ave. Chelmsford David Zeli ski 44 Jeannette Street Firchburg G-"' Rosalie Walkonen 377 Central Street Winchendon Linda Woodruff 83 Fairview Road Lunenberg Business Technology we 'a ' c .- ,, ,Q Carmella Lemmo 36 Hamilton Street Leominster Francis R. Bergeron 213 Spruce Street Leominster Patricia Chipman RFD ffl South Road Templeton Sarah Bernard 25 Elmwood Ave. Fitchburg Luke Choquette 26 Milk Street Fitchburg , WM , .Wy 1, 7 James Duprey 51 Milk Street Fitchburg Philip Cote 243 West Street Gardner Thomas Ehnstrom Rob t D , Otter River Road CI' aV1S 30 Lincoln Street Templeton Fitchburg Raymond Denis 81 Ryan Street Gardner John Eriksson 11 Williams Street Fitchburg Stanley L. Harris 4 Gardner Place Leominster Craig Flanagan 8 Birch Street Gardner -' e CK an-"' ,jf NICE SCHOCL Russell Jones Patrick Kelly Matthew McDermott 88 North Common 20 Dartmouth Street 40 Snow Street Westminster Fitchburg Fitchburg 'Qi Susan McGurn 79 Parker Street Fitchburg Mark Noel 212 Spring Street Winchendon Patricia Pichette 19 Roche Ave. Leominster Elizabeth M. Pinder 72 Arlington Street Q Leominster IE. Christinee Rajaniemi 164 State Road Westminster Bruce Royal 28 Summit Street Grange Richard Salle Kenwood Drive Rutland Welcome To The Mickey Mouse Club ecretarial Maryann Ledgard 131 Wellington S Athol Gail Bakstran 136 Belmont Street Fitchburg Pamela Darcy 11 Fitch Hill Ave. Fitchburg ,151 X.. Cynthia Cocci 131 Colburn Street Leominster Valerie Fantozzi 121 Beech Street ' Fitchburg Pamela Frye 154 Pearl Road Fitchburg Ruth Giammalvo 95 Sargent Road Westminster Q Karen Hastings 36 Starrett Ave. Athol Maureen Hayne 157 Harugari Street Athol Kathleen Hayne 157 I-larugari Street Athol Maureen Judd 152 South Street Lowell Eileen Holland 9 Prospect Street Lowell Pamela Keaveny 89 Temple Street Fitchburg Kertu Maki 157 Marshall St. Fitchburg Betty Ann Kozlowski 146 Coleman Street Gardner Patricia A. Lamarine 254 Laural Street Fitchburg Kathleen Lowe 75 Bay Berry Hill Townsend Maureen O'Dea 134 Summer Street Fitchburg Marie Ricci 22 Leighton Street Fitchburg 3'-'A -ns g..-.7:j'-' ' L 10 I i' ""-- nif- 1-an J. gl Fern E. Riley 790 Mass. Ave. Lunenburg What do you mean the game isn't today? Helene Salonen Box 22 Main Street Ashburnham Patricia Vaillette 42 Smith Street Fitchburg v. ,i ,, ' Linda Sundholm 29 Graham Street Gardner Margaret Winters 75 East Road Westminster Q .'1,.V .x. Engineering Technology Kenneth Johnson 276 Pleasant Street Orange William Briggs 41 Douglas Ave. Leominster Wayne Cheries 34 Clark Road Fltchburg Wayne Kimball 36 Rogers Ave. Grange Richard Fredette 73 N Common Road Westminster Peter Landry 152 Main Street Otter River Louis Marien 114 Laurel Street Fitchburg Herbert Phelps, Jr 80 East Road Westminster OUR EDITOR James Gray 106 Hartwell Ave. Littleton Thomas Specht RFD 1 Blake Corn Phillipston Public Communications Alfred Gallant - 131 Regan Street Gardner "WON Armstrong, Joseph R. Arsenault, Lawrence Aubuchon, Sandra Babineau, John E. Baker, Ronald Barrett, William F. Ber eron Francis E. Beribe, James Bizzotto, Michael Boucher, Nancy Boucher, Roger Brideau, Joseph Brideau, Paul Brown, Gerald Brown, Kenneth Burns, Robert Cali, Donna Camire, Paul Cannata, Joseph Capone, William Carroll, David Cassidy, John Caswell, Richard Charles, George Jr. Christopher, Paul Chrost, Thomas Collins, Frederick Cormier, Norman Cormier, Richard Cosgrove, Thomas Costopoulos, Charles Damon, Donald Debasitis, Gloria Decelle, Marjorie Dembek, Michael Desaulniers, Dennis Dextraze, Edward Donaldson, Stephen Dondero, Arthur Doucet, Wayne Earle, Michael Elmer, Kenneth Forbes, John Fournier, Arthur French, Jon Fruit, John WE RECOGNIZE THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS AS MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1970 QPHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE? GS LA LA GS ET BA BT GS BT GS BT GS BA BT BT GS LA GS GS GS LA BT GS GS LA BA LA GS BA GS GS BA GS ES LA LA PC LA BA ET LA GS BA LA BT GS Garcia, Ismael Jr. Garrigan, Paul Gauthier, Leonard Girling, Linda Goad, Grace Godsoe, William Gough, David B. Gould, Stephen Gravelle, Alfred Graves, William Griffin, James Guercio, Joseph Harding, Hope Hargraves, James Harrison, James Hebert, David Hebert, Elizabeth Hedlund, Walter Hedstrom, Douglas Hier, Randall Houle, Paul Ingemi, Antonio Jefferson, Susan Jerszyk, Jeffrey Jones, Willie Kahwajy, Munir Kemp, Virginia Kleczka, John Labrack, Kenneth ' Lamb, Joseph Lashua, Herbert Latini, Paul Lawton, Elwyn LeBlanc, Claude Lemieux, Raymond Lepiesza, Walter E. Jr Liakos, Arthur Magnusson, Steven Marien, Therese Marshall, David Martin, Roger Mason, Stephen May, Lance McCaffrey, Mark M McCarthy, Daniel McQuade, Susan Milbury, Mary S Moison, Jerry Monette, Dale R. Mosco, Robert J. Jr Motyka, Charles Murray, William Nass, Francis Nikitas, Peter Ott, Abigail Panagiotes, Paul T, Parmenter, Peter Perla, Steven Pomerleau, Denis Porell, Patricia Ragusa, Joseph Raposa, Joseph Richard, John P. Richards, J edd Robichaud, Brian Robichaud, Vincent Robitaille, James P. Rogers, Diana Roy, Robert Roy, Stephen V. Roy, Susan Sakelaris, John Scaficchia, James Schumann, Gary Schwarzel, Barry Snowgren, Shari Spinelli, David Sullivan, Kathryn Sylvester, Charles Tata, Kenneth Tata, Thomas R. Tiernan, Susan Tkaczyk, Allan Treagy, Robert D, Tusia, James Tyler, William Upton, Sandra Valade, Jane Valois, David Verrecchia, Anthony Waddell, Carol Warfield, Robert Whitney, Susan J. Young, Ralph ' Student Council Representative 1 Q- -. IP ges, mag- record al- d books to the at Fayetteville the Fort Bragg packages were the high seas. Red Cross has sent covers, Christmas potted plants to the money and gifts to supplied by the service men on have no fami- em presents. The contain cigarette , nuts, fountain ttes. gift packages con- ge gift and smaller playing cards, cig- and candies - were eteran hospitals. Oth- lude: 14 fruit cakes, Christmas music, hard candy, 46, crlptlons to the Post, and lev- edltlon books. Cross will furn-v th 100 Christ- ing fount- rettes, and d hpolnset- ior group as cards service XP 'x "f- f 4- J ght serice will be held ln Christ Episcopal Church Wednes- day night beginning at 10:80, with special seasonal music to be fol- lowed at 11 o'clock by observance pof the Holy Communion. The Right YJ.- , I LQ I d v f ' r l, Lu . Q ' 'OJ IQX ' ffm wah as -ectea " vt p A 'lfzaomes X te on the college 9 4 453 me with '4"7li ' ij?-Seal! jg , lr ,g J ,Z -NN 1' 4':". Yvvvb' -f -,sq-N su ..x f - f v' 1' b s.f0!!N".ff4" U Q , n W 1 s':.F:?"g., e-, - Q N, U f 5 S v 1 Q' ' 5 54.1 , 4 4.,0. X314 S Og xx- fifi , U x ' s Q 5 , up s Ras A u- .:,' 4 1 . lf' 'FW 5 X ' ta I f: t , 'I Q 1 ' A . r 5 X I ' lx I . 1 I , ' fx . 1 ' Q1 A f 4 M72 1-. ' ' ' ' ' K 42" 4, Q 1 616. 'iw - A " ana ' ' Vs- f' ' Of Ir.. 17 .1 'Vps' C7 m tl e f isa, Q, U ,L 'rj' -:guy A! 'Q m -f We 4 of wzmren ' V lgrlgldiz :P gi Nic -1 ' ' Shepherdsf , , " L-:' R.M.C8h J t 1 J ,W v--. Commmunio 5 if n r -:izl ed, and ep f E :- pwlll be re : NL ' " f.?.f"wfii 0 if - -3 1"',l:::::" 1 at O W ' the d8acred ,.- essex-.--5, lu lelghl as 0 g ll ral men'e ' Christ!! I 5 5 I will be hal o'clock.- H13 hrated at 11 dered choir. by A Christina. held tn Church, co f dor Kuehne On Chrlstm rx Q candlelight ser R' KJ and mug will b ' W ity Luthem ' Musical Mrs. ' - e r - and chol 0 the muslc Q g following: 'fl- am by 'llliilliliilliililii -E-lilliilll' Mn. w. tx. : nasnililliiiif-III!!!2232222253 Ad ' 5 22 ' W a duet. "Je F'::::::llllllllllllii!EW!9lllllilid 7 77' 1 U-15, 113,91 Ill , Dlolllnsor P. W Le! the FY ' '- ous ""a f' 22 ISV , p. or 4 I th!! 4 V x O f '-Y PQ L4 ,552-1-3 ' Homecoming Weekend ThR M I I 19 ng. 1. V . The Dirty Old Man Award goes to Annual Winner. . . Bob Eaves I 1 .Z - x ' NX ...ff we TI-IE QUEEN AND HER CCJURT F: 4 Jeanne Gregoire, Dyanne Touche He, Elizabeth Whelpley, Queen, Janice Kapacziewski, and Christine LeBlanc lf' P 4'1+ hr x 7 . 4 I 1 , I 1 . fl., 1. -rg f . . 1 ,. . g'p4v,4 1 , , 1 l . 1 1 Qui'-"-A., .F-J,-.1 'L -, , sl Y' . B. 4 -.,:'. 'D P nn, 1 v 'H hs 'N 2 - .' 51231 "1 V1 'fl qi!" . W 'I ru, 5, S X , ,A r . AL 1 E Q 'V ffl 'If 1, 4f , :Ii fl--V' ' ' If 'I -4 TJ., ,, . . , 1-if V1 ' A K' - P T ,Y , . W I -N , A 5' y 'N ., '.x ug, i ' ' ',9...Lv.. 535 .5 'QL H ' ff , bw ' g K ME'-M:?-- fy 35. 4,. -f.-1 f ,1,.. at . J Q4 ,.,m g X 'svn ,N ' 'C :vim 4 fix Freshmen vs. 0Phm0l'0S rl I fs ,Y Q N N , 1 ,I nfl . , . . ""'v. 'f'A'h I a 9 t Q: U A 4 'tx' F Oi-300 HRISTMAS DANCE 9 m - 'QQ I -ss X f 3 3 f fri. 1 5 i' .Q 5? 'ra Z -,X GX I0 JWW5 ff ma, U ,H Q 'R' 4,331 if ,Y . Q: .-' . U . C' N ' 'W ' rr fn il ff' . 5 ,X f -JVA P ' ff? 5 me QUEEN and HER counr WINTER CARNIVAL Janice Bettez, Patricia Morin, Lorraine LeBlanc, Queen, Linda Sundholm and Dyanne Touchette k fs- i iw.. Nb -"'p S Q Cgf g-,. Pi WC-3 HUMANITIES CLUB PRESENTATION --- CLASS of 1969 Mary Guichard, Secretary Edward LaJoie, Vice President Roger Dumont, President J B k T ane ur e, reasurer Mr. E. Guy Turcotte, Advisor M-W-C-C- BASKETBALL TEAM A z Standing: Joe Faye, Al Tkaczyk, Steve Vaillancourt, Bobffreagy, Randy I-lier, Peter Nikitas, Jeff Wood, Manager Kneeling: Bob Silk, Walter "Bean" Kinneen, Mike Dembek, Bob Mikrut, Bob Greene fi, '33 1- 9 it fl" So that s where the basket's been all year! HIGHLANDER CHEERLEADERS 'O n VC Q55 L6 Q' Oo G Q 66 SOO . ff- G . can Hgfflo new lf-je He f' . Aallgus Arlene, Colleen, Jennlfer, Karen, Sam, Jeanne Qmissing: Cathyj Este Ile ,, Sa m" Karen C 017111 I A ,ren L eonard M.W.C.C.'S FOREIGN STUDENT , QQ-WE ML, . nlt- K Be1'r,ut - . ova , JY ax?-aio MQW Lebanon "lt is our ripeness and our fullness of heart that we are given to the wind and our scattered." Tony Woo Hong Kong, China ,r' THANK YCU MR. EAVES FOR BEING ---- YOU! ix Ll P OUNT WQCHUSQTT Co unity Collage prascnts M , mm, GARDNER, MASS APRIL 16.17.18 CHESTNUT STREET METHODIST CHURCH 8.30 P.M. ENERAL Anmlsslon. sz.ouMw gif' 1 L 1 S 1 gi 4-5 R, T S+ rr Charlie Vail ' fmf, 6 Zabierek Scev "All I said is "What do you think of the black power movement?" "What room of the buttercup is this? I'11 get that teacher who flunked me! "And if you'd have used the dissecting kit instead of prying the exoskeleton off with a bobby pin" ........... ...J 1 QU c El . ,5- -1- ..v Y A. N xi:-.4 1. 'A' f ji -A, ll-iles : , .. "Honestly, I didn't know tomorrow's exams were in this drawer" X "And if you like that, Barb I've got some yellows we can do" . ,ss "If you look closely, there is a bird sitting on Al Brackett's shoulder" . "If they don't put an elevator in next year-I'm quitting" 5 ,pg "Tame Creme Rinse, Hugh?" "What's in the "Box i "And it only took me Three years to grow I! ll 'Yes sir, It's the aesthetic life for me' "We're all happy to see Chink finally took off his mask" 4 'Q- "He always grins like that when I give him a bite" "And tonight Lenny the lip gets it An EARTHY experience! Y. NEED 7' ' A , If n. v ly.. 5 I 'tk -"TQ-if' ,gn 4 ' Q-1.,..f JJ- Wfwk Wlw Hn Hmmm mm Galley Janice Bettez, 93 West End Ave., Gardner, Massachusetts Wayne Cherries, 34 Clark Rd., Fitchburg, Massachusetts William Briggs, 41 Douglas Ave., Leominster, Massachusetts Richard Griffin, 209 Leamy Street., Gardner, Massachusetts Robert Hall, Box 98 Cross Rd., Lunenburg, Massachusetts I Elizabeth Harper, 43 Sunnyhill Rd., Lunenburg, Massachusetts Ken Jones, 89 Maverick Street., Fitchburg, Massachusetts Patrick Kelley, 29 Dartmouth St., Fitchburg, Massachusetts Peter Landry, 152 Main St., Otter River, Massachusetts Frank Nass, 1143 Main St., Leominster, Massachusetts Steven Roy, 29 Church St., Westminster, Massachusetts John Sakelaris, 78 Varney St., Lowell, Massachusetts Thomas Specht, 1 Blake Corner Rd., Phillipston, Massachusetts Janice Magliacane, 59 Chelsea St., Gardner, Massachusetts Marsha Russell, 40 Westminster St., Ashburnham, Massachusetts Cliff Lupien, 40 Linden St., Winchendon, Massachusetts Jeanne Gregoire, 119 State St., Berlin, N. 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