Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

 - Class of 1969

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p . .;,- . : ._ •»•■ ); ■..-- • ' ■ ■ ' ■■ S fewo:,- v. ... . . -:• -1 • 1 1 ffexM m " ” ,,r " || WzMA fU 14; fflHi zmr : • ' •) .. - •:• " :■ •: : ' . " ' :-: v •• •.•• " mi szsti y- ' .- »:£s££ • •g: • •• ®56.?Sv We, the members of the class of 1969, would like to show our appreciation to Mr. Harrington, by dedicating our yearbook to him. A graduate of Boston College he received his Bachelor of Science degree and his Masters degree in Education. In 1962 he came to Natick High School and since then has beer, serving as a teacher in our English Department. Among his activities he was a Cass Advisor for the class of 1966. As re :r car concerns as students he has been most helpful in our 3 years at Narkk HrCi School. ;Avy; } i wMm ... y, g9Sgs 5§xas : J.: MR. ROSEN MISS BYRNE Science MR. BLACK Math MR. COLLINS Math (Dept. Head) MISS LEAVITT Science MISS CASHMAN Guidance MR. MURRAY Science MR. CARROLL Social Studies MRS. PARISI Business MR. CHRISTIE Basic Education MISS HARRINGTON Language MR. DROWN Business (Dept. Head) MRS. CANTWELL English MR. OVERLOCK Math MR. BENNETT Social Studies MRS. BROMFIELD Business MISS AHERN Language MR. BUCK MISS BUCKLEY MR. HAHN Music MRS. COEN Business m Wk v ; ' s MISS POULIN MR. CAREY Athletic Director MRS. KENNEDY English MISS JOHNSON Math MR. DYER Guidance MRS. COLOMBO Language (Dept. Head) MISS KERWICK Language MRS. HIGHMAN Basic Education MR. MITRO Business MR. COONER Math MRS. JAVIER English MR. LaVERGNE Language MR. CROW MR. CULHANE Social Studies MISS BUSS Language MR. JAMESON Science MR. MARSO Science MISS POTHIER Business MR. FILLEDES Science MISS BUSS Language MR. PAWLAK Industrial Arts MR. HARRINGTON English MR. BRANSFIELD Math MR. O’CONNOR Social Studies MR. SCANLAN Guidance MR. McNALLY Social Studies MRS. SEERY MR. BENSON Math MISS CIANNAVEI Language r . p MRS. SCANNELL Secretary MR. ROY Director of Guidance MISS MARX Enelish MR. LAVERGNE, MR. GAUDETTE, MISS CIANNAVEI Language MRS. HOLBROOK Secretary MR. McELHOLM Social Studies MRS. McKINNEY Business MR. WILDER Industrial Arts (Dept MR. O’GRADY Physical Education MISS VASILE Physical Education MR. MURPHY English (Dept. Head) MRS. WOLFE Science MR. MINTON English MR. McGOWAN Math MRS. NABRESKI Home Economics MRS. PETRO MR. MARCOUX MR. MAHER MRS. HLAVAC Secretary Social Studies Math English a wlhtr - r, . - g,j r 1 - » m r i f jTa _ : 1 - $ IjgKl — ifj T i — i m r_ „ J 0 . -. ■ ' ■it. :-w : . - i m BB.v.’S :V: rv r •:•• ? s xgd ? ys: • ' • „ ... ■ : ?. zmm We, the class of 1969 would like to ex- p .. tend our sincere appreciation to Mrs. , Lourdes Javier and Mr. Richard Mannix for all they have done to help us in these - k three years here at Natick High. May we c? j prove in our future years that their sincere : ■. 1 ■ . . v: . .......... . si m «. AV . ' . ' .•. .■ . ' X .• •• 1 J • J t interest and trust in us as individuals was IfPlP not in vain. rnmzm 1 i mm i ■ r ' - % m m We wish them the very best in the years y to come and hope that others might benefit from their patience and understanding as we have. mWmm. ' .vM! ' .x« ; .:■ SI J m wm s -s jur m - St§|§»f - r r.-- lit.: ,1:1 x i-i ' -ici ill m «! IKlf grp I I Mka K MRS LOURDES JAVIER Nance . . . Chinese fire drill . . . ski trips . . . red G.T.C . . . But officer, it was ther a minute ago! . . . Girls’ Stat . . . all nighters at Sandy’ gymnastics . .. N.H summers . . . never a dul moment . . . water skiing . . " that’s cool!’’ ... basketbal and hockey games . . . Wha diet? ... A friend is forever. 1 S! Safety Patrol 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Class 2; Vice-President of Class 4; Secretary of Student Council 4: Girls ' State 3; Prom Com- JAMES RAY Poor Jim . . . death warmed over . . . Hopkinton 1 and 1 ... Oriental taste . .. February 7 vacation . . . one of East Framingham’s finest . . . oxygen .. . Hawaii . . . soccer co-captain (?) . . . dreams of Dedham . . . thumb squad . .. M.G.B. . .. O ’. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Basketball 2; Indoor Track 3, 4; Soccer 3; Student Council 2 , 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; President—Senior Class; Vice-President —Junior class. mm i ilSfe ANN BOYLE Weezie . . . cheerleader our secretary . . . Bernie in love . . . " don ' t get h .. . " WOW” ... ' T Keller much " ... ( evening Mr. Powell . . ways has the car . . . the i bug you cute the Student Council 4; Safety Patrol 3. 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Commit¬ tee 3; Cotillion Committee 4; Class Secretary 3, 4; Cheer¬ leader 3, 4. one mm ssssjf? iiili • r ' riv. " ' . : Hiv gfe . v V ■ nW l ' .VBHK X ' X ' Xv ‘C ■ a m mm lill : asivrt.. ■ .m B I M ' Service Club Board 3, 4; Committees 4 tees 4; Tenn leader 4. llli - ;ir.v ' ■ • .•-v.-Vs- yg-Tv’ Mi ■: PP WALTER RAMOS Walter came to America from his home in Piura, Peru. Before he arrived in the United States, he had the idea that all Americans were millionaires, but now he finds out differently! In Natick he finds everyone friendly and willing to lend a helping hand. He likes the idea of choosing his own school subjects. Walter’s first ambition was to be a diplomat, then he changed his mind and now wants to study factory adminis¬ tration. Along with Walter’s many activities, he has given many talks in the school and outside the school on his country and his hometown. We thank him for broadening our world and we wish him the best of luck in the future. Typical! ... become a diplomat ... homework ... Wally ... University . .. Natick ... hamburger and potato chips . . . singing and dancing ... I don’t have . . . dancing . .. fun to be with . . . Spanish Club . . . J.F.K. and B.S. . . . " Cuando tu no estes” ... blue ... I don’t have for now ... very sincere .. . friendly ... talkative .. . ”AFS” . . . Lima, Peru ... When I was in Miami. Student Council 4; American Field Service Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Honor Society 4. KARIN ACKERMAN Clinic Aid 4; Guidance Library Aid 4; IMC Aid 2; G.A.A. 2; Homemak¬ ing Club 4; Spanish Club 4. BETH ADELMAN Future Teachers of America 4; Executive Boa rd 2, 3; Gym Student Leader 4; Prom Commit¬ tee 3. NORMUND AKOTS Band 4. KARIN ACKERMAN Are you ready for this? . .. the apartment ... Boston . .. R.I. N.Y. ... Friendly’s ... bookstore ... nice clothes ... to the nurse ... college bound ... often seen in Wellesley ... the accent ... I got the car . . . the Blue Bomber ... a winter love . . . South Natick. CHRISTOPHER ADAMS BETH ADELMAN Perpetual diet ... a friendly girl .. . always singing ... 2:45 hikes ... a tree went’ into my car ... frizz much! ... November 15 ... backed up in Callahan Tunnel ... 96 tears ... penny packer dorm ... c othes .. . contact trouble ... date much! ... 442’s, G.T.O.’s and Falcons? . . . Maryland ? NORMUND AKOTS " Truth is subjectivity’’ ... get a haircut ... The Mind . . . Nietzsche . . . Self-expression ... Predominantly nadir ex¬ perience, occasional peak experience. MICHAEL ALBERT Herb ... Albie- T file ... Hooper Coming, Sugar ... What about Freddie? ... Tar- tuffe ... Bonjour, Mi¬ chel ... Le Cercle Fran- cais se re unira Moby Dick . . . Original Oratory .. . Fairway Captain . . . saxiest right guard . . . driving on sidewalks? . . . Morton’s Salt . . . ex-Commando . .. super - WHAT? ... Hello, Miguel . .. any¬ ways .. . unless right . . . The Minivac’s going crazy! .. . o-kay. ALLEY fpr r lv 1 ... VVflLfCl ... 1 . Troop ... Has stock in Foresters Club ... grandmother’s boy Q.M. ... Cafeteria Marshall . . . likes girls . . . 65 Pontiac . . . good dancer ... Oh! Steve! . . . good driver . . . blue eyes . . . Cottage Street . . . pick-ups . . . Natick High’s best physique! • • 0 ELLEN ANASTOS " El” ... " Smiley” beautiful eyes -.. . Farm Pond . .. Bird’s egg ... M.G. from Maryland ... Needham days . .. sum¬ mers in Maine . . . Paul Newman posters animal crackers . .. Stop Shop ... South . .. apples Framingham suntanning . .. artistic nice smile she always crinkles her nose I’m not shy, really! SUSAN APPELL Apple .. smiley . .. drives Canada . . excedrin . . ... N. H. curly Wagon . . dimples? traveling . Petite those Sunday Montreal, where’s the . ooh! daisies ... blue eves ... Dodge where’s always . girls night out any loves to file mail who 15th . . May in Wayland? those summers in Conn. .MICHAEL ALBERT assamon Literary Staff 4; National Honor 5 . 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; French Club 2. 3, -4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, -4: Public Speaking Club 4; French Newspaper 2: Band 2, 3, 4; Orches- :ra 3; Senior Play 3, 4. STEVEN ALLEY Cafeteria Marshall 4; Football 3; Wrestling Team 2. DIANNE APPLEYARD Hey Red! ... sunshine hair . .. grooves on blue and yellow . .. forever talking . . . George’s Folly . . . what, no li¬ cense yet? . .. Joyce and Celeste .. . peanut butter and jelly ... sleeps in bathtubs .. . How’s the chef? . . . mouse in office . . . burnt feet . . . sun¬ burnt summers ... Drive-In habit . . . Frank . .. ambush. ELLEN ANASTOS Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. SUE APPELL Business Service Club 2; Pep Club 2; Art Club 2. 1EFFREY ARESTY JEFFREY ARESTY Brownie . . . right Jay?? pesty who’s driving? . . . very physi¬ cal ... Nixon’s the one! ... never shuts up ... those morning notices . . . shotgun . . . college 4; Sassamon Literary bound. Staff (Yearbook) 4; Na¬ NOSE . tional Honor Soc. 3, 4; notes . Safety Patrol 3, 4; De¬ mean bating Club 3, 4; Soccer Bridgton 3, 4; Indoor Track 2; summer Golf 3, 4; Tennis 2. JUDITH ARGENTO Business Service Club 3. DONNA ARENA Don ... fun to be with . . . " I’ll never tell” . . . Bobby . . . great per¬ sonality ' . . . big brown eyes . . . beautiful long hair . . . Impala station wagon . .. drive-in .. . trip to California ... Stop Shop . . . absent much! . . . shy . . . foot¬ ball games . . . " yea ya do " . . . good luck al¬ ways. ' ■S ' ?! ! .’ ' ft} ' ..-- JUDITH ARGENTO Hey Jude Friendly’s what a hunk! snappa! ■j ) .. . great dancer day week outgoing ... chewy chewy ... talk much? ... 27?? He ' s not that o Id! the island Watertown spider . .. a certain let’s house never home in town. Hey go camping parties Linda o f Let’s go DOUGLAS ARLOW JEAN ARTHUR Betty-Boop . . . flirt much ... hi honey . .. where’s my skeleton . . . wedding bells .. . those Sunday drives . . . Chinese food . . . Hey, I got my license .. . plans on being a hair¬ dresser . . . black hair and those big brown eyes . . . girls night out . . . see ya later poops " 63” Ford January 19th Young Girl ... Friendly’s . . . who in Framingham ? JEAN ARTHUR Hockey 2, 3, 4; Out- Homemaking Club 2.— door Track 3, 4. CHARLES AUGUSTIN I Gymnastics Club 3; " N” Club 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2,. 3, 4. SHARON BALL Clinic Aid 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Executive Board 3, 4; Senior Play Com¬ mittees 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 4; Cotillion Committee 3; Sassa- mon Subscription Com¬ mittee 4. THOMAS BAMFORD Football 2, 3, 4 ; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Board 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; Boys State 3. DONNA BARBOUR Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; I.M.C. Aid 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Glee Club 3; Senior Play Committee 4. JUDITH BARNES Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Na¬ tional Honor Soc. 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; American Field Service Club 2, 3, 4; Great Books Club 3, 4; French Newspaper 2; Senior Play Committee 4. LLEWELLYN BARRY Language Laboratory Technician 2. WILLIAM BARBER Student Council 3; Sas¬ samon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshall 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4; " N” Club 3, 4; Football 2, 4; ANNE BARTELS Student Council 2 ; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Creative Writing Club 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Executive Board 2. SHARON BALL Sha-Sha . . . Falmouth summers . . . V.W. with flowers . . . flow¬ ers from California . . . I.M.C. .. . sarcasm ... ' but my hair will frizz” . . . apples . . . Bonnie Bell . . . sun lamp tan ... A-P tests . . . looks forward to B period— O.K. you birds spastic .. . still loves animal crackers Jordan Marsh’s candy girl . . . he’s gotta go .. . see ya in Califor¬ nia! WILLIAM BARBER 10 . . . that junior year . . . The Pink Panther ... Is that Mr. Whalen I see! - .. . fragile . . . lunches at Mr. Hamburg ... Neetega ski trip York Beach . . . gym show . . . ever fall through a trampoline . . . Red and Blue goal post staff . . . member of Mac’s fan club . . . I got the assist! JUDITH BARNES Ni hau ma? . . . Bill Cosby ... It ' s a loafa! . .. Fridav afternoons at the library . . . Black Tank .. . Jud thousand year old eggs wonderful cook¬ ing? ... Barnabv ... I’ J too cynical ... Diana Rigg . . . shy? Green Power . . . Charlie the well and the water. LLEWELLYN BARRY Biff . . . whiffa Uncle Llew ... LB cvnical . . . tall Hampton ’67 . . . pink RAMBLER Thanksgiving ’68 . . . Margie . .. Woodland 3 a.m. . .. will dill the Doors beach-tapes . .. Mr. Swim ... purple ... that ' s close ... merit honor football Hartwick College. on u_ ... i t • - • THE nose ... Riviera trips to the Cape Maria ' s . . . Ken- -jri Fried Chicken super punt returner the only way I kew now to throw, -rg .-h .. Blivit’s shad- jpr ... Carla son you guys .. . - e of the gang . .. drc e sailing adventures college bound?? £ t some gum . . . ere friend . . . lots of _ Jk A1 d . »£nr the fly ... Lynn _ what haircut ... primi¬ tive ... 57 Chew wagon ... an engine a day ... down by the river Charles ... old hut member ... the drags . . . " Are you trying to kill me? " . . . college plans whoppie tich. f -1— “ • r t cw rv v I “ - CMAS BAM FORD Beany ... Bam Bam No, it’s not to- triei ! ' ... good sight . . what a head of hair fond of Patte . . . F. Troop . . . West Natick boys . . . Benny’s twilight love . college bound . . . New Year’s Eve party . . 5th Dimension . . . F C C. ... accident r ne hockey star. LINDA BASOLI Linda ... crazy . .. those Friday night dates with Gary . . . future in J.C. . . . Jimmy forever ... 9:20 special . . . tiger . .. risk . .. flirt ... often confides in Sara . . . anyone want a unique Italian? ... out of towners . . . someone down south . . . " Hel¬ lo, it’s me " . .. black Volkswagen . . . never a dull moment. ALLEN BARTLETT Football 2, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Indoor Track 2, 3. ROBERTA BELL I.M.C. Aid 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2; Pep Club 2; Yearbook Art Commit¬ tee 4. JOSEPHINE BELLIVEAU Audio -Visual Aids Club 2. DONNA BARBOUR What was I saying? " ... Pembroke ... 5 o mer set—where’s that?” . . . summers at Harvard .. . Indian H II ... peppermint brownies . . . save the children drive ... Charlie, the mitten- rater ... our street :rner ... tandeming .. . " Just try it " . . . " Good Grief! " DANA BAUM Somebody will some day . . . college Gorham in the summer ... Stop Shop ... bowling . .. college bound . . . Volkswagen . . . Dolly Copp . . . New Hampshire in a yellowbird . .. remem¬ ber when. ANNE BARTELS The field . . . picnic at sunrise .. . barefeet .. the hill . . . silkie ... the cop . .. the other hill . . . boots ... Spanish . . . alone . . . moonstones . .. warm smile ... fire twenty five children? . . . long walks at mid¬ night . . . special gifts from special friends . . . see what tomorrow brings. ROBERTA BELL Weird Harold . . . the barn . .. where am I going? ... Dellenale .. . ovemite . . . Proc¬ tor, baby .. . Shrews¬ bury auction . . . purple . . . dog biscuits . .. Zayre’s .. . good driver .. . Kong .. . pickles . . . potters wheel .. . Howdy’s ... jolly green . . . top down in the winter .. . BL’s .. . loves horses ... a little too close to the tree, wasn’t I ... Rob¬ bie. JOSEPHINE BELLIVEAL 1 Jo ... the favor re hang-out? P.D. _ badge . .. crazy bout that color blue " 101 " . . . mouse G.T.O. . . . Ju . . . miniature golf . .. Bell . . . Chinese food . . . country music blind date . . . wind¬ shield wipers ... " Marge " ... night wl .. . the early m rn n 5 . . . Frenchie a- kook . . . Browr Evei Girl” ... Union House. DENISE BENINATI DD ... Fun to be with ... Loves horses ... Vivacious ... Seen at Caldors ... Good worker ... Friendly ... College Bound ... Good Luck! WAYNE BENJAMIN What Glass? ... the rotary ... old ’HUT” member .. . catch many beavers ? ... late much? . . . Friendly’s loves eating out trick knee horror shows ... likes parties ... state cop? ... one of the boys ... off to the service. EVELINE BENOIT Business course Evie . . . Sunshine . .. yellow is her color . .. happiness her aim .. . a boy in the band wing . . . Mr. H and long talks . . . memories in the caverns of my mind. JON BERKE MacDonald s ... A.Z.A. ... Treas. ... ’61 Buick ”Le Sabre” . . . tennis team Jeni’s house on Veter¬ an’s Day . .. Thanks¬ giving night ... Clo¬ ver’s dance . .. 4M gas station. DENISE BENINATI Clinic Aids 3; Guidance Library Aids 4; Girls’ . Athletic Association 2; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2. EVELINE BENOIT Business Service Club 4. JOE BENSON Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Future Scientists of America 2; Biology 2; Great Books Club 3, 4; Debating Club 3; Executive Board 3, 4; Student- Faculty Committee 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. JON BERKE Safety Patrol 4; ’N’ Club 3, 4; Stamp and Coin Club 2; Indoor Track 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4. ROBERT BERKE Biology 3, 4; ’N’ Club 3, 4; Stamp Club 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN BIBO N’ Club 4; Football 2, .3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. STEPHEN BIBO Beeb ... partial to watermelons ... panic much ... here comes the beeb ... hatchet man ... poverty heights ... Benny ' s ... that trip to Dux- burv ... certain senior J girl ... sister ' s car ... F troop ... ex-member of F.C.C. ... best of luck always. J JOSEPH BITTLE Jeb ... Wee little Bittle ... Weight loser ... Always looking for a date ... E period merit honor ... 4 lunches ... Tom’s sub ship . . . School skipper ... Wrestler. EILEEN BE An teies .. partii ._ 1 | VY Diue ... Nantas- ke: . . summer ’6“, 68 . .. fun to be with . .. that tennis court ... china doll ... Who’s cot the wheels ? ... ’ more ’ .. . Benni . . . surf . .. college. LINDA BLUE Blue ... Always smil¬ ing ... Back home thev ... Never on time ... MacDonalds ... Bos¬ ton . .. Summer at Cadillac Olds . . . Car 1968 Delmont 88 ... Join the army . .. Seen at Loehmans . . . Danc¬ ing around the world . . . Weakness-eyes . . . Togetherness. DAVID BOND ave ... me or J Cape ... B.L ._ A " period Mam ... bril¬ liant ? ? ? ... unsafe oc Rte. 128 ... ears! ... ’50 Pontiac ... was i: rea 1 ly automatic ? _ favorite expression— censored! ... 00 ? 4 ... teacher ' s pet _ hair cuts??? T OE BENSON Young radical.. .Anita ... Tannis ... a ’55 Ford ?!? ... A long walk in the rain!!! ... and I would suggest .. controversial ... steak ... Macs arcue much!!! ... his- trrian . . . South Natick Cambridge U.S.Y. Math Class Espanol l...lost it again; DAVID BOND Basketball 2; Soccer 3. SHARON BORNSTEIN Basketball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4. CHRISTINE BOURETTE Instructional Materials Center Aids 2. MARY BREEN Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Clinic Aids 3; Safety Patrol 4; Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Commit¬ tee 4; Prom Committee 3. SHARON BORNSTEIN Shar ... bowling champ . .. great to be with .. . loyal Celtics fan ... the " bonber” ... MacDonald’s _ good friend . .. college bound ... summers in New Hampshire cute . .. great athlete . .. C.C.D. classes ... " airy” ... pancakes Bornstein’s taxi service ... great per¬ sonality . . . w r ater ski¬ ing ... Weirs Beach . . . sure to succeed ... best always. ROBERT BERKE Montreal . . . " Mol- son s is best” ... fried dams . .. MacDonald ' s hamburgers ... tennis bum ... How long have you had this rroblem? . .. clean bookcovers . . . four lousy minutes older . .. I ’56 Volkswagen Henry Monskey ... joy rides with Kenny . . . I other half of set ... two of a kind . . . New Hudson . . . night out with Barbara W. ... " Lebart 50.” CHRISTINE BOURETTE " Chris” . . . Cute and petite” . . . green eyes ’Jamie Mendon” one hamburger, one french fry. three large Cokes .. . wants to grow . . . yellow and green . .. " Never My Love” . . . talkative ... summers at the Cape Rhris, R e b b i c. Raney, and Raven trip to Lenox. RICHARD BLEASE :n ... teacher’s pet? eighth period . . . Fr. Jay nights at Famous Patty . . . Laurino’s r,i Harwich . . . shake t easy . . . the Pumps ' 61 Chevy Swap engines much? service in the fall. 0 ROBERT BOWER Hay bowser . . . what’s up . .. " C” period ... library laughs ... al¬ ways something doing . . . Friday nights . . . Jane . . . Stop Shop . .. brag much ? ... always in a good mood talk much ? ... New York ... 6’ 2” blue eyes handsome .. . fun to be with .. . F.F. . . . Har¬ vard Square . . . Deb¬ bie. MARY BREEN Bucks ... What’s up. Doc? . .. the hospital . . . not in front of the gas station! ... Sara, what are you doing Fri¬ day night? ... Soul and Inspiration” ... in love . . . Richie Sunday afternoons . . Blind much . .. Sandy’s party? . . . the bush got in my way . . . Welles¬ ley friends . . . always smiling . . . will make a great nurse . .. one of the girls. Shark . . . Indoor Track captain ... thumb squad . . . strange mel¬ ody . . . skinny legs . . . use your own not Stan ' s . . . the Big Dipper . . . Sugar Bird ... kissed the girls and made them cry . . . townie . . . fast . . . quick wit (not good but quick) . . . that was the last Speaking Club 2, 3, 4; A Capella 3, 4; Orches¬ tra 2; Executive Board 2; Glee Club 2. MARK BRENNEMAN Safety Patrol 4; Gym¬ nastics Club 3; " N” Club 3, 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. ERIC BROWN Safety Patrol 4; Future Scientists of America 3, 4; Biology 3, 4; ' N ' Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Gym¬ nastics 3. MICHAEL BRESNICK National Honor Society 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Future Scientists of America 2, 3, 4; Biol¬ ogy 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3. STANLEY BROWN Band 2, 3, 4. ELAINE BURACK Medical Careers Club 2; Pep Club 2; Home¬ making Club 2, 4. MICHAEL BRESNICK Spud, Bres, Mike . . . Tannis ... U of R Brillo . . . A.Z.A. .. . Take the newspapers? ... get the tubes yet? ... okay . .. Morton Salt . . . nice lady . . . You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown . . . Phil Ochs ... N. Y. girls . . Deace . .. Adios. ELLEN BRITTAIN " Wanna take off? " . . . great sense of humor . . . competitive speech drag . . . sew much? .. . skiing ... a certain senior boy . . . always on the go ... nice smile . . . plavs the organ and the 88’s . . . truly a great friend . .. island frantics . . . dar- inu ... colle.tre-bound. ERIC BROWN Browny . . . 70 . . . " Missing Links " —Bat¬ tle of Bands—Expo. . . . Rick . .. mud cover . . . in the depths of Lake Cochi tuate band . . . dance band . .. beats the skins . .. ohye! ... lunch study . . . April Fool s debts, V rinu notebook . . . Biolo F.S.A. bound STANLEY BROWN ROBERT BUCHANAN Buck . .. college bound . . . engineer . . . car¬ penter . . . Canadian import . . . lobster . . . ' 63 Ford . . . blue’s a Star Market 1 Well fleet voyage Honda 90 ... permit . . . college ! ... future mil- re ... what .vork!!! ... white nice games MARK BRENNER Fat Mark .. . jovial snowstorms in Physics?? . . . Montreal . . . railroad tracks and bus ... Saab ... Spaz with relish!! ... great skier, better walker! what kind of feet?? . . . dish n’ dat, look n’ cook sideburns ... 4F Bentley bound ... $30,000 per year ? ? . . . good student ??? ... sincere friend . . . best luck in college and future. CYNTHIA BURNHAM What? ... six time winner . . . trampoline star? . . . one of two clods . . . form plus . . . what summer prac¬ tices? ... likes math knows how to drive a V.W. . . . oh, right! ,.. NH sum¬ mers . .. hockey fan that Halloween horror show . . . the church ... anyone for bowling? ... those horrible football pants. WENDY. BURNS W indv . . . b c 2 : -I s m m can, h . . . . usually in love " J can ' t face it al¬ ways up for a pabd time . .. it s been red j college de¬ pendable friend .. . z • . . . sincere wt this! " beautiful smile | . .. has friends every¬ where ... will have many more .. . D. C JIM BRIEN Where’s Murph? ' 61 Mustang . . . Har¬ rington Ridge Road . . . Woolworth ' s . .. Fri¬ day nights in Sherborn . .. the Cape next sum¬ mer. KATHLEEN BURTON Gee . . . stretch . .. funny faces ... sincere .. . excuses . .. excus¬ es .. . never home . . . very attractive ... al¬ ways concerned California bound right ... how do you do that dance Sonny’s . . . Germany . . . happiness is the year of 1969 ... al¬ ways seen with Debbie and Denise . .. Loeh- man’s . . . who says blondes have more fun! .. . future model. KATHERINE BUTLER ’’Pumpkin’’ . . Mere- point, Maine bucket seats in a wag¬ on?? ... Honor Society 1 studies ... Dum¬ dum’’ . . . hockey ’57 M.G. that died " Your hair’s so Iaqgf gym night third year Latin remember the back row in assembly? ... the prep room. GORDON BROWN £ ... those eyes . .. many loves ... Mac ... horror shows . . . E 3. ... worried ? ... reau-utiful . . . our rlace ... 17 vaults . . . crginal hot member flirt . . . New Year’s Eve ... wing- dps . . . " Oh, I get it :cw! " ... eyebrow ... one of the guys . . . sure to succeed. P ;• -cball 2; Hockey 3- MAUREEN BYRNE Moe ... he’s too nice eat much Marconi’s .. . Angle .. . white Mustang . . . in love . . . pretty . . . nice smile . .. the look of love . . . ironed hair ... at the Miss Natick Contest .. . Brighton certain nigbt at Marsha’s . . . sleeps on front lawns . . . future teacher. ILAINE BURACK e ... red hair and ' es ... size 3 feet shy ... all thumbs m small but powerful Monks ... pickle riches ... buddies blind much? . . . ... opposed to e over 5 feet ... ie’s twin ... " the T le room” ... loves Sinatra ... green z blue Camaros ... and tempera- _ Frank ea LINDA CAMERON Linda May .. . " What am I gonna do?’’ ... cheerleader . . . Neete- ga ... movies pulling a Linda Came¬ ron ? ... Thom Mc- An’s . . . MacDonald ' s ... love .. . rides . .. football players personality plus diet ... Red and Blue ... " and to beat that team " ... artist ... popular family Thanksgi vin g birthday _reaihr? CYNTHIA BURNHAM Safety Patrol 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic As¬ sociation 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Cheer¬ leader 4. WENDY BURNS Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Future Teachers of America 3; Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Public Speaking Club 3, 4; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Senior Class Play 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Senior Class Play Reading Committee 3. KATHERINE BUTLER Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 3. 4 : Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4: Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 3, 4; Gres: Books Club 3, 4; A Cappella 5: Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2. - 4. MAUREEN BYRNE Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4 : Future Teachers of America 4: Gymnastics Club 2. ?; Pep Club 2. 3, 4: Prom Committee 3- LINDA CAMERON Safety Patrol 3, 4 ; Bi¬ ology 3; Pep Club 3; Spanish Club - Soft- ball 4. IRVING CANNER 110 M.P.H . ? Impossi- ble! ... Hey, Pull over! Too late! P.H.D. in Economics rainy days Sam. Luke ... the fairway . . . college . . . Wayland .. . Chinese food ... basketball .. . the nose . . . ske flings Pontiac LeMans . .. Russ . .. Alfie . .. blue .. . Vicke . . . gregarious . . . quiet ... shy. MAUREEN CAREW Maur pretty eyes .. . fun to be with one rainy day in Boston Legion of Mary .. . " anybody have an oar?” ... York Beach ... Oblates I Friday don’t " A fall” mtes care! ... rain must Loehmann’s talks on short walks ... poetry much ... keep smiling kid little long • • • • CHARLENE CARROLL Charlie . .. Goldie . .. cute kid ... Needham .. . Jane . . . the Mar¬ shall house . . . Xaver- ian . . . lunch in art .. . one of the five ... Tuesday nights . . . the corporation . . . midi skirts . . . Carroll you fool .. . North Shore ... 1 20 67... win¬ ter of ”68” ... TR. 4 ... Jackie. IRVING CANNER Great Books Club 2; Football 2; Basketball 2; Cross Country 2. MAUREEN CAREW Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2. KATHY CARNEY Clinic Aid 3; Guidance Library Aid 3, 4. DEBBIE CARTER Gymnastics Club 2, 3; Softball 2, 3. DAVID CASEY Student Council 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; N ' Club 3, 4; Execu¬ tive Board 2, 4; Foot¬ ball 2, 3- SANDRA CHAET Pep Club 3, 4; Home¬ making Club 3; Basket¬ ball 3. 4; Softball 4. STEVEN CHAFFEE Instructional Materials Center Aid 2, 3; ’N’ Club 4; Football 3, 4; Wrestling Team 3- DEBBIE CARTER Debbie ... " Bones” . .. Johnny .. . Phila¬ delphia . . . ex-flirt .. . P.F. ... " Who’s a dummy?” ... passen¬ ger seat of a grey Impala . .. Orpals . . . super seamstress Campbell soup cans ... pizza b eakfasts Rainbow .. . whole bunches! ... Ring on her finger and bells in the future. GEORGE CELORIER Hi Sport! ... Hit the road ... " E” Period Trouble " ... Has trouble going that way Wentworth Finast . . t . Travel Buggy ... Coffee House ... Oh that ”62” Ford. SANDY CHAET Psychedelic Sandy . .. peaches and Herb ... Tarrytown . . . salt and lemons . . . those par¬ ties . .. who’s got the car ... what do ya mean . .. the organizer .. . hooked on a feeling ... I want my albums .. . partial to basket¬ ball ... Marty ' s place ... that laugh ... one of the girls. KATHY CARNEY Big K ... 4 111 2 ” ... small fry ... cute ... moody ... talka¬ tive ... Craig what license? ... beautiful hair ... gen¬ erally unemployed ... Dennisport . .. " That’s a detail” ... psychol¬ ogist? . . . merit honor studies ... " ya” hates Spanish ... ger- bils ... messing around ... Springfield College ... stranded in Boston never eats carefree ... always chewing gum ... al¬ ways willing to help. PATRICIA CHAGNON Tricia . . . Newton . . . Bobby . .. the work¬ shop .. . the corpora¬ tion ... saddle shoes .. . decent .. . lunch in art ... one of the five . . . Tuesday nights . .. homeroom . . . dancing ... min ... 1 26 68 ... • college bound ... art ... always smiling . .. " Hi Guys.” DAVID CASEY Popular ... Sociable ... Puggy .. . Great 1969 Safety Patrol President ... Shy ... Likes girls ... Loves school ... Early riser Public relations man ... Possesses great school spirit. DON CHAMBERLAIN Donch .. . Gutless ... Deli " B” Period Kathy ... Homework ... Al¬ ways done by someone else ... F G tools ... Always there physically ... Neat dresser ... Summer look up ... Crazy Driver ... All 4 gears ... N.E.W. ... Those Saturday night chills .. . Off to the service. PATRICIA CHAGNON Art Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 3; A-P Lab Assistant 4; Leaders Club 3. LINDA CHAMPION Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Great Books Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; French Newspaper Le Petit Echo’ 2; Senior Play Committee 4. THEODORE CHAPMAN Student Council 2, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; ' N ' Club 3, 4; American Field Service Club 2; Executive Board 3; Student Faculty Com¬ mittee 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. PAT CESTONE The French student” ... ‘ ' Injun " ... " Buick Forever” Saturdays .. . " Music appreciation” ... Tools Algebra .. . " Tip that chair” .. . Likes girls ... good kid ... bas¬ ketball. LINDA CHAMPION Agatha ... October in the snow . .. fruits and vegetables ... " wait a minute!” ... gooda ... green power ... Mark Van Doren ... " Oh no!” ... penny pincher ... I.R. notes .. . seatbelts ... writes like a machine " The Sound of Music” ... sunburned at Nan¬ tucket. STEVEN CHAXNELL " Steve ' _ quiet (at times) _ piano _ Rix ... Caprice — shy ... Cape Cod_ fun to be with_noc too popular at home after report cards ... hopes to enter Bentley. STEVEN CHAFFEE Steve ... great kid ... Round-up steak slaughter house football . .. wrestling _ F Troop ... a certain junior .. . sure 0 succeed. THEODORE CHAPMAN Ted . .. loves Sun¬ beams . . . thrifty? . . . never gets taken in ... two-year .. . Captain Parmenter ... Rivers boy . . . 20-20 vision .. . commutes to Texas .. . tennis ... what really happened at U Mass ? ... he’s a good friend of mine ... a year too late ... Pete- sie and Lubbo. LINDA CHASE ITALIANS! ... Soul music _ Copley to Kenmore in the rain ... Aretha ... Penny packer ... Slick” — ’68 El Dorado chili-pepper — NLS. lights on moon — great, outgoing person¬ ality ... G.T.O.’s ... that laugh _ " Oh, no!” independent ... often seen with " royalty’ _ Appa- I [ M ARGARIETTE CIRRONE " Roni” ... " 99 lbs.?” . .. " Oh, those Satur¬ day nights! . .. how many miles?” ... 4 lunches . . . the castle? .. . Opal Kadette ... Stop Shop . . . sum¬ mers at the Cape ... this is true! .. . one of six. BARBARA CLAPP Ba-a-ar-r-r! . . . another A+ ?? ... green power . . . you name the game and she wins it .. . pch ... pch ... pch ..- dedicated ? ... member of the Safety Patrol? .. . babysitting in the mud ... mobiles and painted rocks ... ping-pong champion ... agricola, agricolae. PAUL COFFEY Coff ... " 55” Chevy ... Sears ... Pancake House . .. fun to be with . .. Cafeteria Marshall .. . Howdy’s . . . power shop . .. lunch ... quiet ... Drama Club ... Senior Play Committee. BARBARA COFFIN Barbie .. . you’re all right . . . Co-op . . . college bound . .. " Lit¬ tle Bit of Soul” .. . midnight blue .. . nutty . .. hair ... to be a teacher . .. Charlene Suissvale, New Hampshire ... Weirs Beach and Lake Winni- pesaukee ... 66 Chevy wagon. MARGARIETTE CIRRONE Guidance Library Aid 4; Pep Club 3; Home¬ making Club 3. BARBARA CLAPP Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; French Club 4; Ameri¬ can Field Service Club 2, 3, 4; French News¬ paper ' Le Petit Echo’ 3; A Cappella 4; Tennis 3, 4. MARCIA COBB Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; IMC 2; American Field Service Club 3, 4; A Cappella 4; Senior Play Commit¬ tee 4; German Club 4; Planetarium Aide 2, 3, 4; After School Photo Club 4; International Relations Club 4; Ten¬ nis 3, 4. PAUL COFFEY Cafeteria Marshall 4; Drama Club 4; Senior Play Committee 4. BARBARA COFFIN Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; IMC Aid 2. BARBARA COHEN IMC 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; AFS Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Prom Committee 3. ROBERT COHEN Science Club 2, 3, 4; (President); Biology Club 2, 3, 4, (Vice President); National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Faculty Com¬ mittee 4; Safety Patrol 4; Great Books Club 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4. STEPHEN COHEN Science Lab Technician 4; Photography Club 2, 4; Basketball 2. BARBARA COHEN Special interest in Win- throp ... shy ? ... " Mercy, Mercy” ... a long three months ... lollipops ... true blonde? . . . certain prom decoration meet¬ ing ... 13 red roses ... July 17 ... sum¬ mer in Spain . .. Jor¬ dan’s ... which ear? ... Nantasket sun ... Maine week ... Co¬ lumbus Day Special ... the circle ... Richie. ROBERT COHEN Sunspots . .. Suburban Press .. . science club will meet next Monday afternoon . . . Morton salt . . . 100% per day interest begins April 1 ... lunch, study ... Tufts ... rotate the axis .. . Uncle Hal ... click, flash, Bobby! ... Is there really film in the camera ? ... Best Slinger. MARCIA COBB Marcia Coff? ... pool, jeep, and guitar _ Hernando ... only six more labs to do ... steel-rimmed glasses ... a big and little dog ... skiing ... monk dress ... course at M.I.T. .. . planetarium studies ... gumdrops and mint juleps . . . loves those rallies? . .. Kang . .. those inter¬ esting German classes. JENNIFER COLLIER ’’Jem _never with¬ out a dare ... which of the ”3” tonight _ The Association Tours ... mini to midi ... clothes much ... visitor at window ... Whitey ... Tuesday night sup¬ pers .. . egg diet .. . i unch in art ... one of them ... art freak . .. one of the five ... Michael. RICKARD COLLINS Alright ... Raadoirc ... suiting and r _fun to be with_ great personality _ Camaro ... beetle ci wine ... where ' s Nir- tasket ... sizzler _ gymnastics ... we-, zbz lifting ... drums_ Yom Kippur in Seeds Natick. JENNIFER COLLIER Gymnastics Club 3; Pep Club 3; AFS .3; Dra¬ matics 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Cotillion Committee 4; Senior Prom Committee 3. RICHARD COLLINS Football 3; Outdoor Track 3. PAULINE COMEAU Future Teachers Club 3, 4. PAULINE COMEAU Zebra ... can you get the car? ... Newton ... shy? _ follow that car_pool, any¬ one ? ... Canada ... that weekend in Hyaa- nis ... Friday nigh: clams ... sure I can water ski ... July 4th in Watertown_take a right, a right! _ Abraham, Martin and John ... auto sfaov ... are we lost again? PATRICIA CONLON Patty . .. former Wel¬ lesley girl ... cute_ blondie . .. home str eet car doors Friendly’s ... Sunday drives ... Ashland_ ' 64 Chevy ... Tish ... blushes easily ... Stigs . . . a certain junior . . . smile ... petite _ boys ... evacuate ... South Natick JWhat’s the story? ' ... whiz kid ... Bos¬ ton . .. ' where to now?” STEPHEN COHEN ... PEACE . .. KATHLEEN CONNELLY " Kathie” ... ma ... Serenity Hill ... ma¬ ples ma ... petite ... curls .. . ankles ... ski trips ... KC ... who drives? ... smile for us ... quiet till spoken to . . . fun to be with. DONALD W. COOK 2 day week ... Fords never went ... coc-d looking .. . very con¬ vincing ! ... Elaine_ those summer nights! ... sharp driver ... the opening of fishing season .. . that certain weekend ... not sure of future plans ... Mr. Hamburg . . . Pizzan ' s all nighters. FLOYD CORLISS Tim .. . often seen at the drags . . . Wayland parties ... grease monkey ... certain Wayland girl ... 63 Pontiac ... Yom Kip- pur in South Natick . . . service bound ... good luck in the future. ELAINE CORMIER Shy ... musically tal¬ ented ... jippers ... penmanship mark ... summer in California . . . Kim .. . piano ... college bound ... ac¬ tive V.P. ... what blurb? EDWARD COURNOYER ELAINE CORMIER Teachers Future America 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; French Newspaper ' Le Petit Echo’ 3; A Cap- JOYCE CRISAFULLI Joy ... Duxbury ... smile .. . majorette ... Dum ... Dum Fun to be with ... Happy ... loveable CHARLENE CROOKER Library Aid 2; Business Service Club 2, 3, 4. shy . .. Duxbury Beach park ... Where’s Kevin? ... Dad ' s girl .. . soul inspiration always cleaning under the stairs ’68 Chevy always late for class ... never gets mad ... shopping . . . Teacher. GLORIA CRONIN " George” ... " G-L-O- R-I-A” ... South Na¬ tick ... Jordan’s ... " I work in ladies’ un¬ derwear” ... Senior Party ... 6:30 in the morning? ... 2nd lunch ... What heat? ... What blinker? ... Unreal ... Is it true blondes have more fun ... a good friend ... " forget it” ... Who does homework ? ... smoker’s cough. SUE CROCKETT Suzie Sprauckett Roebuck .. . shy at the wrong moments mind of her own ... the flying hero here, there and every¬ where ... Spam Agnes ... Tales of brave Ulysses ... red Corvair ... there ain’t no such animal phony people ... if you don’t look ahead, you won’t have any¬ thing to look back on. CYNTHIA I COSTELLO [ Cin” . .. Band much? [ - • 3 V 2 hrs. in a cab .. Interest in ’68 ... ' Shat ankle? . .. Last : four . .. Sax ... New Hampshire = 116 ... Lets play Windy! . . . What li¬ cense? ... Bus rides I. T . Coke fits .. . Sunni” .. . Junior rear . .. Mike Get serious! .. . Great friend. FRED CROSSMAN Cros . .. " you clown! " smoking in the boy ' s room .. . shy? ... ' 58 Chev ... those times at the Cape ... Chris . .. the tracks ... Phillips 66 . .. the greek’s parties . .. hate Fords much! KEN CURLEY " Curly-Q’ ... town forest ... tree tops_ cellar window ...59 Batmobile ... the nui whip lash _ Wellesley College. f BRIAN CRAMPTON Duck .. . Burr .. . Electronics Engineer ... An Alley Bum .. . Navy? ... College ... Large feet ... Hockey Manager ... Hot ’60 Pontiac? .. . Often seen down the office ... Born loser . .. I ' m never working there again! MARILYN CURLEY " Mar” ... " one half” .. . beautiful long hair .. . fond memories of the Cape ... breakfast at five . .. red Charges ... " but Nance, it ' s 1:30 in the morning!” ... " let’s go in late” . .. Studebakers? ... " The Straight Life” .. . " Wellesley cops” ... " hold the rope, Kath!” ... " apartment 69 or 70” ... one of six. JOHN CURTIS Cross Country 2. MICHAEL CUSACK Sassamon Literary Staff 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Future Scientists of America 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Soccer 3; Gymnastics 3, 4. NANCY CROCKETT Nance ... guitarist ... Groovy” baby blue .. San Francisco . .. F_ ure Teacher ... en rrancais .... Bev, Mar- ... Hamburgers .. shy .. . Dreamer . Turn, Turn, Turn. MAUREEN CURLEY Maur ... the other half ... sweet person¬ ality ... Hojos ... long talks on short walks . .. West Dennis .. . one rainy day in Boston ... Tuesday nights ... cycles . .. loves bookkeeping ... great friend . .. keep smiling! CHARLENE LOOKER Charlene . .. You’re lidding! . . . June 1967 .. Stephen ... swim- Biixg ... mouse meat . hair . . . Cape Cod _Natick ... Book¬ keeping ... Blue ... rfcrbara, Juanna, Karen _ Chinese food ... —ories ... reading and sewing ... men da ceno boating ... good kad ... future sec re- arr JOHN CURTIS John ... Loves food . .. Muscular ... 66 Bonn eville .. . Con¬ vertible ... Girls ... Shy .. . Neat Health club . .. Nice looking. MICHAEL CUSACK DEBORAH CYR Suzy Snowflake? . . . Gigi ... in love ... Beeb . . . emotional up¬ set ... Me worry ? . .. " La La Means I Love You” .. . Soul woman ... almost ... " Crit- mit” .. . moon What eyebrows? weight watcher partial to monkeys . . . day dreamer .. . Wal¬ nut Hill . . . that nite with father . .. sincere ... one of the girls. KATHY DAI LEY Kathy ... petite ... Howdy Flower Child ... A- in doodling ... occasional hippy " Tell me about it!” ... Meetega ... Vermont weekend . .. Emeraude ... certain July 4 ... reliable green Falcon ... babysit who ? ... quick thinker .. . good thing in a small pack¬ age. SUSAN DALZELL Sue . . . spoolies every night? . . . Triumph .. . Where’s the car? ... Green power ... Rides in the jeep ... Bowling? . .. that bee in English . . . Surfing . . . Peach Ice Cream ... diets ... coke fiend .. . Are you sure it’s okay? ... model Safety Patroller Barefoot tennis player. SUSAN DAVIDOFF Suzie . . . that certain boy .. . bubbly . .. hot pink ... often seen in a Chevy II ... Hing- ham . . . giggle much? clumsy ... take out the garbage ... false eye lashes? ... diets ... dimples ... homecoming ' 68 " You’re my puppet” . . . how many points? ... means well ... roller skating? friendly ... true friend. DEBORAH CYR Pep Club 3. ARLENE DALO Guidance Librarian 4; Girl’s Glee Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; A Cappella 3; Senior Play Com¬ mittee 4; Class Play Usher 4. SUSAN DALZELL Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Safety Patrol 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Pep Club 4; American Field Serv¬ ice Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4. SUSAN DAVIDOFF I.M.C. Aide 2; Pep Club 4; American Field Service Club 2, 3, 4; Public Speaking Club 2, 3, 4; ”Le Petit Echo’’ Staff 2; Senior Class Play Make-up Committee. GLENN DAVIDS Sassamon Literary Staff 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Public Speaking Club 2; Debating Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee. JAMES DAVIS Football 3; Basketball 2; Baseball Manager 4. CAROLE DAVIES Jul ... Rambler wagon ... over at Cin’s ... Copley to Kenmore in the rain ... B88 ... Just right ... where’s mv contact ... four in J a vette ... three on a date ... in love? ... good luck. AS-LENT DALO Eved Girl N ao d k carpet bagger I _ Newton ... Femi- much? ... Chi west Fire Drills ... Got Time " _ KZV_the other half " It ' s not a fall!” All nighters over Sutjtt s ... Hockey! L _. sunburned nose Whoops missed mmer Fv- vVlllvl • • • • ’ en wi c s friend Gaod luck always. WILLIAM DAVIS Jim: Hendrix Experi¬ ence ... Are You Ex¬ perienced ... purple ... parking ... Hungry Hill ... mo¬ torcycling . . . long hair ... sideburns . .. rings ... Carol ... Babson ... Hi, how ya doin’? Caldors ... 63 Buick Special ... thoughtful . . . fun to be with. MARIPAT DEAN DINO ... ooe of two clods ... pizza much ? ... certain 68 hocker player ... telephone bills ... mother hen ... U.Y.N. ... Hap- py-Birthday ... Rard ... Love Forever Came Today ... Prudential brown-eyed girl .. . roller coaster ride .. . consoling talks ... hooked on a feeling. CLAIRE DANIELS Bed .. . Really? ... Hairdresser . .. talka¬ tive _Carol . .. fun t: re with . . . Welles- . . steak-pizza ... me. talent ... favorite c■ r —green ... Cape I... . hazel eyes. GLENN DAVIDS C5 V 2nd Vice Presi- " Groovey” ... three MUSKET- EZjLS ... Regional of¬ fer? ... Lynn weekends L Tudy . . . sincere fond ... USY Pledge Sxbbi Kushner ... ■fees-c telephone bills TL FTS . . . Cilenn A Mai ... Emma .. . Gap USY waiter ... . Lurensky Manor ... 35 pounds Ho Jo’s . . . Drama President . .. " Any awl today?” . . . " heh, MARIPAT DEAN Student Council 3, 4; I.M.C. Aide 2; Safety Patrol 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Student Faculty Com¬ mittee 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4. BARBARA DECKER American Fie ' d Service Club 4; Art Club 4. ANITA DeFELICE Student Council 3 ; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Art Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Student Faculty Committee 4. BARBARA DECKER Barb .. . Waltham ... art school ... to be a commercial artist .. . yellow ... What car? .. . Jan and Rob ... A Wellesley Inn waitress Dennisport! ... 2:35 .. . Are you kid¬ ding? ANITA De FELICE Nita . .. dented fend¬ ers!! ... Tannis ... " little one” ... Hi dad! ... Joe ... ice cream cones ... Peace ... deep brown eyes ... rough tough com¬ missioners .. . discus¬ sions in chemistry class ... He’s got blonde hair!!! ... Spen- . cer ' s ... a long walk in the rain!! BDBERT DAVIS C: ege bound, UMY E_. could be trouble E. quiet ... sport’s Ifar ... blue .. . Bos Wellesley game what Math home- Brewster? zood worker. JAMES DELANEY Jelly ... Mr. Wiggles ... South Natick River Rat ... Hot LTD ... Horrashows at Bud’s ... Bennie’s sometimes ... certain junior ... Wellesley incident ... those eyes .. . Al’s place .. . partial to cemeteries . .. Dux- bury incident . .. col¬ lege bound . . . Mc¬ Arthur’s park. CHRISTINE Del VECCHIO Florida’s loss is Na¬ tick’s gain ... Penny- packer dorm . . . trolley car gang . . . shy till you get to know her . .. " Pardon me?” ... mouse sneeze ... " Soul and Inspiration” " Ybu’re a nut” distinctive voice ... a friend is someone who likes you for what you are. 37 SHARON DeMEO Public Speaking Club 3, 4; Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 2; Senior Play Committee 4. MARK DEVINE Student Council 2; In¬ door Track 4; Outdoor Track 4. MARK DiRIENZO Future Scientist of America 2, 4; Executive Board 2. MICHELE DiSAVINO Pep Club 2, 3; Leader’s Club 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Speech Club 3, 4; Yearbook Art Club 4. PAUL DeMEO Guinna . Hyannis Troop .., goal post the guys . . Lover . .. .. 71 F Red Blue ... one of . California " Likes to eat out” ... ’57 Olds ... Ben¬ nies . . . There’s just one Piggy . . . Dying to go to the Cape ... Vietnam bound. • • • CLAIRE DEVINE Roses . .. the cherry tree .. . our houses ... New York City future airline steward¬ ess ... runs to lunch ... falls out of her shoes . . . great person¬ ality ... talkative ... smoke much??? ... beach buggy . .. this time . . . New Hamp¬ shire ... seen with Irene. Sue, Karen, Kris . . . Dougie’s house . .. cemetery. KAREN DEVLIN Karen . . . crazy . . . silly . . . shy, till you get to know her . . . school lunches . . . are you kidding me, tell me another one ... speedy .. . George’s ... Bob? good personality .. . fun to be with . .. hot spaghetti on legs. MARK DiRIENZO Great sense of humor . . . enjoys assemblies . . . almost ran in ’67 . . . deserves spot in Nixon cabinet ... owns a 4 barrel power¬ ed ’62 Corvair constructed Globe Theater . . . Tilly’s and Salvey’s ... Robert’s shell ... singer in fantastic under rated group .. . wants to go to Bentley . .. should succeed. RON DeMEO it: _Mr. Harring- v s English Tool ... tcrs at Jordan’s Laughter Plus ... I’ll ase it up later ... TALK. TALK. TALK, . use a dictionary, Foaron .. . Cheese in toc: coffee? ... A lit- ■Se lunch accompanied r homework . . . sin¬ cere friend. CHARLES A DOLBEAR. JR Dishes out food at • Jordan Marsh _ Who ' s driving? _ Yuma ... Blue 64 Olds Station Wagon " Sounds of Si¬ lence " ... Likes Cookie ... likes to take girls water skiing... shy ... likes guns too. Care _ F nrajr ’s baby blu .. - s with, quiet ,.. tir r ine ... Carol, Eve. Jean. Sae _ Silent Night ... ”00 o ' clock news t oodles. MARK DEVINE College bound ... en¬ gineering . . . cut it out _ bad drivers ... New Yorker ... Wel¬ lesley News forever ... goof off . . . good personality . .. guitar ... tallness ... 61 Ford ... track . .. De¬ nise . .. John, Paul ... thoughtful . . . sin¬ cere . .. Oysterville beach. DALE DOUCETTE " Little Douce " Richard ... U. Mass weekends . .. drives an orange mustang " Dale Beaver " ... al¬ ways seen with Sue ... why me? . . . I’m really 4 feet 10 inches!! Italians . .. Caldor . .. English Leather talk much! . . . fun to be with. KEVIN DOUCETTE Duce Jr. where ' s the party? ... Dead V.W. ... sliding glass doors ... in a !nr much ... light r»y fife .. . trip to WateniOc Valley ... Sammy slcer ... Benny’s boood . scenic route ... bean- breaker ... his qMt- m ness is deceiving . 19 straight . . . Willie ? vents . .. work? welfare ... college best of luck. MICHELE DiSAVINO Exotic, excitable, sensi¬ tive .. . the eyes have it ... saddle shoes . .. candy kisses . . . 17th century . . . mole ... bigsweaters ... pushed up sleeves ... Hi Mi¬ cheles! . . . only one L ... Newton .. . fire¬ sides, formals, and champagne ... Vir¬ ginia Woolfe ... 5 sec ... Italian Indian ... L A. . .. one of 5 ... art freaks! ... " Mr. Dyer?” ROBERT DOUCETTE Dooza ... snores ... cars much ... never late? . .. loves school ... haircuts .. . patch¬ es ... Marlboro man ... squeaks pal ... 3 day week ... deten¬ tions ... no money ... got to get a job ... he might make it . . . good friend. DALE DOUCETTE Business Service Club 3. KEVIN DOUCETTE Executive Board 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. JOSEPH DRURY I do” ... Stigmatine Fathers ... great to get along with ... pink ... I already got a haircut ... 70 hours a roadrunner. week . someday guitar . .. parking on rte. 9 ? • • • quiet ... making paper planes . . . what can ya do. JAMES A. DUMAS Dummy . .. one of the " men” ... where’s Ace? ... " it’s ye ’ol trick” ... out with Fred ... can’t see it ... luck at cards ... white dot on T.V. .. . 81 31 ... not too good looking! . super athlete? ... per¬ sonality plus . . . sand hill at Truro ... oh those weekends! KAREN DUFRESNE N.S. lights on moon ... Dave .. . fun to be with ... in love ... college ... nice smile .. . good friend . . . trips to Merrimack Harvard Square ... boys dorm Penny packer . .. those trolley cars . .. that rainy nite after basket¬ ball ... hates to study ... frozen osbh ... chink eves ... loves to ELAINE DUNN " Elun” .. . pretty eyes . .. blush much ... getting up an hour early . .. Jordan’s ... Friendly’s .. . Bryant Stratton ... 2 to 1 ... twins . .. friendly dog? ... it’s a matter of opinion ... no re¬ sponse . athletic ability ... Rainbow ... fun to be with ... sincere friend . .. good luck! KAREN DUFRESNE Sassamon Subscription Staff (Yearbook) 4. JAMES A. DUMAS Student Council 2, 3, 4; ’N’ Club 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2; Indoor Track 3. ROBERT DUNBAR Photography Club 4. ELAINE DUNN Business Service Club 4; Guidance Library Aid 4; Pep Club 2, 4. BARBARA EATON Girl’s Athletic Associa¬ tion 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Field Hockey 2, 3. nice clothes . . . Sunday nites ... horse enthu¬ siast . .. " oh, my ach¬ ing legs!” ... Sears’ Boys Department ... blunt . . . open mind¬ ed? ... that’s close ... rabbit eyes ... coach Eaton ... P. F. trips. ... I.M.C. ... eggs ... psychedelic stuffed snake ... cher- JOHN DOWNS Jacl nap kie ... si erbov . .. hv LIT • • • • " Jinx, ya love_hsh stick s ... Boston parties ... Country Joe and the 7.sc ... electric yoyos _ summers in New - i rshire .. . Country Beil .. . L.M.H. . .. future nurse ... li¬ cense. finally ... ascpv. LOBERT DUNBAR GERALDINE DUNNE Geri ... " it certainly has been!” ... Ho-Jo’s bang aleft uptown . . . purple . . . Sounds of Silence” .. incense and music .. when are we going to Montreal ? ... Bos¬ ton accent . . . expres¬ sive eyes . . . talkative Charlestown those weekends at Charlestown! ... art school .. . best of luck! PETER EKLUND Pet’s World ... Quiet .. . Favorite record . .. Sounds of Silence. s cnvm z . G - Period Astronomy ... Wellesley College Observatory ... long nights at Star Market ... Engineer ... Mr. J. ... 63 Convertible . . . my brother too? .. . turn back the an¬ nual motion . . . good luck. LINDA ELLIS Bob, Lia . .. Sears . .. Jordans ... field hockey ... goalie . .. Cinderella!? ... Friday 13th tish .. . telephone calls in the morning knockkneed long talks ... a true friend. DAVID ELIXOFF Future Scientists of America 2. 3. 4; Pho¬ tography Club (Science) 4: Language Laboratorv Technician 2, 3, 4; Planetarium Aid 2, 3, 4. LINDA ELLIS Guidance Library Aid 4; Girls’ Athletic As¬ sociation 3; Pep Club 2; Field Hockey 3- SANDRA EMERSON Business Service Club 4; Gymnastics Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Home¬ making Club 3. MARLENE EPSTEIN Pep Club 3; AFS 3; Arc Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; French Newspaper " Le Petit Echo’ 2; Sen¬ ior Play Committee 4; Yearbook Art Commit¬ tee 3. SANDRA EMERSON Emma ... we share .. . over the hill ... May 11th . . . summers at Duxbury, or is it winters . . . my cousin N’ law . . . the quilt . .. the three of us ... summer of 67 ... per- p e t u a 1 smile someone special t o know. MARLENE EPSTEIN Half of HeLmar ... NYC ... Sundae mornings ... Yardley mini-midi’s chains ... i n d i a n headbands ... curls . . . fashion design ... Pratt . . . Brandeis ... " A man and a woman” . . . Allan . . . Promis¬ es, Promises ... The Graduate . . . HM5 dock girl? .... yester¬ day and today. A lan . . . Alice and Won¬ derland . . . reality and J fantasy . . . It’s worth an " A” Mr. Buck ... remember Twiggy .. MIMPH HONPE. WILLIAM EVERETT 16 Hockey ... never a dull moment bennies for Thanksgiv¬ ing .. . Salomow skier . . . Saturday morning football breakfast chef . . . slapshot much ... bumps ... hangs around with Mike and the Stump . .. sincere about studies . .. may have good future in Hockey . .. Wellesley player ... good luck. STEPHEN EVERS Frog ... Henri David .. . Bruce’s party Busila Masimba Watsons ... Common¬ wealth Service ... ya :: is . . . Hey Sonny Toronto . . . Old Gold’s .. . got any on va remember the Lore . . . what is it with you? ... watch out for trees. Jj K. KATHLEEN FAGAN Freckles ... college bouHu ... Tom ... Washington ... always smiling . . . yellow tri¬ umph ... pretty brown eyes ... often seen in red Charger . .. likes nice clothes ... skinny legs .. . cute . .. came to us in ’68 . . . good luck always. Wd : - J • - •■ ■ i®g MAUREEN E. FAHEY Woody ... the one ' 68 left behind ... hos¬ pitals! ... Midnight swim in the Charles chief’s daughter ... little squaw ... how was the prom ? . .. Lurv ... Syracuse ... in love ... sweet and petite .. . sincere . .. What becomes of the broken-hearted ? ... Nantucket ... future nurse ... one of the girls. . m m life W " r T --SR ' f ' m | vasr . . - i ESS w imz ■ ' •me- Iasi ■ fissr ' V- :r . - H m SrilSSS ,jmS 1M t+ , A 3LCA- 1® I :: . . . .r ' - r • to v. - JKSxatrsf BARBARA FARRELL " Barb’’ . .. spirit plus ... Red and Blue al¬ ways ... Football Players! ... never missed a game MacDonald ' s ... friend to all ... trouble solver ... driving? . . . Weenie Pep Club Maine ... laugh much ... I’ll do it Cheryl ... gas stations ? ... impossible dream Galaxy and Mustang ... Aquinas bound. MADELEINE FARRELL Maddy ... fun to be with . . . Ted ... In love ... talkative ... Falcon . .. equipped with flower power . .. deer and ducks Best-Pack ... nice clothes ... enjoys driving to New Hamp¬ shire . . . surf . . . ha, ha, ha ... I want my Teddy bear ... Sep¬ tember 6 ... loves the water . . . always pres¬ ent. KATHLEEN FAGAN Student Council 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN E. FAHEY Medical Careers Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Art Staff 3. SUSAN FAHEY Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 4; American Field Service 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Senior Play and Read¬ ing Committee 3, 4. BARBARA FARRELL Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Class Day and Gradu¬ ation Usher 3. MADELEINE FARRELL Business Sendee Club 4. JAMES FEATHER Audio -Visual Aids Club 4. KATHLEEN FEE LEY Future Teachers o f America 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3; American Field Service Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Usher for Shakespearean Reper¬ tory Company 2, 3; Merit Honor 4; Softball 2 . IRENE FEINBERG Homemaking Club 2, 3 Business Service Club 4 m i 6 .. stfcrj ■V. St I -•t- JAMES FEATHER " Bird” . .. likes a certain Framingham girl . . . easy to talk with ... devoted ”69”-er ... ’’coal man!” ... vivid week¬ ends ... loves a joke . . . tells one like it is always laughing . . . can ' t seem to stay awake G period! ... souped-up Rambler? ... creative mind. gSs J;. s ' - .JE- I? V ‘- J L;v - a : - Ilf 5 , -f % ftp • I KATHLEEN FF.EL.EY Cathi . . . born to wan¬ der . .. one of Mr. Filledes neurotics . . . never old enough ... lots of time on " cloud 9” ... interests in Cambridge . . . older brothers tire good for something . . . maxi¬ girl . . . giant economy size .. . searching for something . .. Mr. H. ... Here We Are ... de colores ... Peace ... awareness ... " I am a man; nothing that concerns mankind is alien to me.” - - %■ ' ' •ml! g SzHZ ■r:T. mm m -, S SUSAN FAHEY Foliage along Route 16 . . . 25 17=8 . ... Pepsi please ... ' ' Y i p p y Skippy " ... Green power ... Jan-ettes Indian Burial Ground ... Don’t get your Irish up ... never enough articles Raquel ... Porgy and Bess ... " Romanoff and Juliet’’ . . . Nov. 23. 1968 ... a friend forever. GARY FELDMAN Docls _ Hey Man ... great ... Tank ... New York Girl One close to home ... Cherish ... off the wall ... You just wait Friendly’s AZA . .. later. QLTNTO 7E53CETT. . oody ... A re. girl a: D-ina Hall _ turn red rruch_ so many embarrassing mo¬ ments _ Itah _ " The Key " ...Green Acres ... citizen vet?? ... Super Falcon _ favorite past rime. Sandv_mv sister is gonna kill me! _ super personality . . University of Viet Nam ... Good Luck Toodr. GARY FELDMAN Future Scientists of America 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Gold 2, 3, 4. STUART FIAI.KOW Spanish Club 2, 3; Executive Board 2. GARY FITCH Student Council 2, 3, 4; ' N’ Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Outdoor Track 3, 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4. m JILL FITZGERALD Homemaking Club 3; Gym Club 2. 9 STL’ART FIALKOW Stu ... " how’s " Ldbj cousin the calf — rosebud ... ibc fk tt thanks for the warnin ' ... that’s dose ... wicked nice _ bowling ... Meadow- brook ... Nursing Home ... who threw Mr. Leavitt in the lake ' ... always has some¬ thing to say ... blue clothes ... that ’57 Buick ... college bound. MICHAEL FINNEY Dr. Spock ... wres¬ tling star of the pa.sc . . . college ... alwaTS has a good joke _ McDonald’s apple pies ... an alley bum_ " What’s wrong with my glasses?” ... fie’d trips to Rhode Island .. . Hot 196 superthrir: ... 300 dollars short? .. . " It wasn ' t my fault, a VW hit me. " ... ’’Hunt sparrows in Deer Season ? IRENE FEINBERG Rene ... petite ... rides to Chestnut Hill ... schmootz ... standard shift ugh! ... Dick ... VW ... " Anyone for pizza?” . . . Woolworth’s ... cute . .. marshmallows . . . Saturday nights ... Chicken Delight Nantasket summers ... " Where are my glass¬ es?” ... sincere ... Friend Always. GARY FITCH Blivit . . . one of Na¬ tick’s finest .. . greatest Captain ... 55 ... a member of the red and blue goal post staff ... Benny’s . .. accident prone .. . Motown sound ... partial to blondes . . . lunches at Mr. Hamburg .. . trips to N. Y. ... trips to the Cape ... Is that Mr. Whelan? ... col¬ lege bound . . . " pro” someday ... the best deserves the best ... all the luck in the world. JILL FITZGERALD Twin ... One of the girls . . . T-Bird . . secret meeting place . .. " Where’s Linda T .. . Love thy neighbor ... biggest feet ... woman, woman Dumplin ... Novem¬ ber 11th ... beautiful blonde hair ... pret— ... 100 miles in one night ... the year that was ... December 14th ' .. . gas station attend¬ ant ... Good Luck. Jill. JOHN FITZGERALD Jack—Twin ... yellow Chevy ... often seen with Kevin, John and Brian . . . horror show at Nantasket . . . one for me one for you . .. Willy’s vents . .. sce¬ nic route . . . undertak¬ er’s daughter ... Jew¬ ish star . .. college bound . . . Love thy neighbor .. . Good Luck Jack. NANCY FLOOD Sassamon Literary Staff 4; National Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Instruction Materials Center Aids 3; French Club 3, 4; ’Le Petit Echo’ 2; Sen¬ ior Play 4; Planetarium Aids 4. JOHN FRANCIOSE Cafeteria Marshalls 4 Football 3; Hockey 2. JOHN FRANCIOSE Friendly John Angelino ... like: Fords . .. LTD’s gc . . . " We hot topped that” . .. South Natick Run ... " Rocks and windshields don’t mix” squash end " Italian” brown eye; ... " The Mover” ... never gets tied dowr ... P.C. Hill ... park bench ... Benny’s ... words ... Good luck. S’iiS PAUL FITZGERALD Bach .. . Hut V.P. ... 55 Chevy . .. R.B. ... wild one ... tell you what? . . . Eat your heart out .. . sideburns ... Fast lid ... Surfer • _ ... the Cape ... loves pie ... I’m up for it Often seen with Bud . .. Regulars ... good friend ... good luck. Football 2; Hockey 3; Indoor Track 2. ANNE FITZPATRICK Fitz . .. the mean ma¬ chine ... " Soul Broth¬ er” ... ask me ... ronka ronka . .. Fri¬ day nights at the round table ... Mr. Ajada . .. sixty North Main ... Gary’s junk ... Mr. O’Connor, history again . . . loves hospi¬ tals . .. give a show projector . . . apartment bound. MARTIN FLYNN Marty ... shy college bound ... A period M.P. ... little brothers ... mustang?? .... going to get a license—someday North Natick ... " Coffee House” ... an engineer someday. CHARLES FRECHETTE Chuck ... The Dent ... a certain junior girl ... California in the summer . . . got a straw . . . F Troop .. . Viet¬ nam Bound. PAULA FITZGERALD " Blivit” ... sick much ... Puerto Rico with Peg ... super smile ... " Swear to God!” Where’s Dianne ... That trip to N. Y. ... popular much ... 1st runner up Nurse Fitzgerald brothers by the dozens loves B.U. weekend at Duxbury ... fun to be with ... Vale .. . Rum Punch! ... remember Coolidge ... Flying Nun ... that laugh ... Apt. 14 ... Friend to all. NANCY FLOOD Nancy A. .. . even the part blushes ... are you going to P.F.? ... Green Power .. . loves those jobs ... Cape Cod ... a stupid test ... Happy Fish Day! ... The Count of Monte-Cristo .. . sail¬ ing across Dug Pond ... Joseph Frogs ... likes jeeps ... Safety- Patrol-for-a-day blue reindeer with yel¬ low antlers .. . peanut butter and jelly sand¬ wiches do not go in N Bags. DENISE FOWLER Dee . .. m m ... cute .. . Boston .. . Cam¬ bridge ... likes to dance . . . Loehmans ... better to be safe than sorry .. . seen with Kathy and Debbie .., " Cloud 9” ... always searching likes to eat NEVER home ... pe¬ tite ... certain mystery ... good friend ... apologus . .. Are you kidding me? . . . Flori¬ da ... lives for week¬ ends ... THE GREAT ESCAPE! TED FLAUA v C m m m COll C • I • « r y J „ bound ... me Mg F in Wellesley _ Ital¬ ians ... a car for every season ... ’64 Renaults ... trumpet Gymnastics .. . Nov. 22 .... Viki ... " Where did you go for lunch Friday?” ... Senior Play .. . " Fred¬ die” ... " The old devil” ... IBBY ... " Ski Moose” .. . Born to be wild .. . the big 3 ... older women ? .. . cast parties ... Fun! ... Good luck. LINDA GANNON One night all night ... 4:30 A.M. . .. white fairlane ... blue ... M’s subs .. . Natick cabs much? ... will miss school ? ... It’s there ... blush ... window ... Future Secretary? New York ... Supremes. EUNICE GARCIA Euny .. . black is black ... the sound of thun¬ der ... Nantucket summers . .. Boogie ... ducks under the covers . .. French Horn taped, oral and written " discussions” . .. sign of the crab Chinese tortures . .. always in school ... A.A.A. ... one of the girls. r.CJ rMARY GALVIN education ... AFAL lab ... vivacious_ honorarv member 4 F.T.A. .. .. Hev lows! jo Marsh ... sincere " Oh, he’s obnoxi ... De Colores Best of Luck. TED FUMIA Safety Patrol 3, 4; Cafeteria Marshalls 4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; ' N’ Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; Senior Play 4; Merit Honor 3, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY GALVIN Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 4; Clinic Aides 3; Guidance Li¬ brary Aides 4; Pep Club 3, 4; American Field Service Club 3; Science Laboratory Technicians 2, 4; Exec¬ utive Board 4; Senior Play Committees 4; Merit Honor 3, 4. LINDA GANNON Pep Club 2, 3. BRUCE FULTON Super Surgeon ... Newton Wellesley Hospital . .. the S’s at Wellesley .. . Water- ville Valley ... under¬ standing brother college bound ... Cape Cod . . . Chevy Wagon. MARJORIE GARVEY Margie ... G.T.O. ... Jimmy ... cute ... twiggy eyes ... nice clothes .. . great per¬ sonality ... " I Guess” . .. green Volkswagen ... petite ... Lovie ... Why come ? ... partial to the Navy ... blind dote ... one special love ... true friend . .. language plus .. . unexpected flowers . .. that under¬ standing person loves mustaches Good Luck. ROBERT GETCHELL Robert E. ... hang loose ... anyplace but Natick ... Boston or. Friday nites ... lobster . . . golf . . . ambition, go to Florida ... 65 Schwinn ... a person¬ ality ... summer in New Jersey. Safety Patrol 3, 4; Golf 4. ±5 i m i , , SBHr ® ;r BRUCE GILLIAM Buddha ... Park Bench .. . Hot Valiant ... Alleys ... Eternal Flame ... Fun to be with ... love those Almond Joys ... Whitney Field ... Where’s the haunted castle? ... pepper and egg sandwiches at Casey’s Diner Good luck to a great NANCY GIANNETTI Friendly ... inno¬ cent??? . . . that cold December day! Honey Farms ... par¬ ties . . . blush much ? Hampton Beach . . . outstanding! ... " It’s under the car!” . . . good driver? . . . G period studies ... a true friend . .. college bound. FRANCES J. GILLIS Fran ... Hee-Haw ... How do we get home from U. Mass. ? ... In love ... Bob ... For once in my life ... Alwavs with the girls?? . .. What’s going on? ... Marconi’s ... T- Bird ... Attractive ... Double dates at Sandy Burr ... Secretarial School ... One of the girls. NANCY GIANNETTI Safety Patrol 3, 4; Future Teachers o f America 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Executive Board 2, JANET GLYNN Student Council 4; Sas- samon Lit. Staff (Year¬ book) 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Homemaking Club 4; Prom Committees 2, 3; Slave Auction Com¬ mittee; Rally Decora¬ tions. BRUCE GILLIAM Basketball 2. LAURA GILLIN Pep Club 2. 3, 4; Clinic Aide 3; I.M.C. Aide 2; Medical Careers Club 3; Prom Decorations 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4. FRANCES J. GILLIS Pep Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Tennis 2, 3, KAREN GOLDBERG Guidance Library Aid 2; Instructional Mate¬ rials Center Aid 2; Fu¬ ture Teachers of Ameri¬ ca 3; Gymnastics Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; American Field Service Club 2; Public Speak¬ ing Club 3; Spanish Club 3: Executive ALISON GILVARG Student Council 4; Sas- samon Lit. Staff (Edi- tor-in-Chief-4) 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Lit. Staff (Yearbook) 4; Clinic Aide 3; Medical Ca¬ reers Club 2, 3, 4; Am. Field Service 3, 4; Sr. Play Reading Commit¬ tee 3. MARLENE GONTCK Business Service Club 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4; Girls A-A 2; Pep Club 2; Girls Basket¬ ball 2; Girls Field Hockey 2. KENNETH GINGRAS HARRIS GOLDSTEIN " Hank KAREN GOLDBERG Mark and Tobi 92IQ .. .Winter rides in a Convertible . .. Permanent Tan Crane ' s Beach Chocolate ... Think Snow ... Bi-annual Pilgrimage to Florida ... Georgie ... Biol¬ ogy Lab Partner ... Just friends ... Ash Street ... Italian Food _ Smiley _ ‘Thev’re not bullets.” If it feels good, do it ... Pizza at Gio’s .. . Softball dur¬ ing French? . .. Never ... College? ... Sure why not ... English teacher, me? ... But I didn’t do it officer .. . Hyannis . .. Falmouth ... P’town ... Catch LAURA GILLIN Big Red ... owner of the Fort ... Mad Hawk ... one of the Hellions ... F.B.I. ... Gaud and Verg ship ahoy ... jeans ... faked out Squeak . .. drag . . . vineyard . . . Lush much? . . . sprite plus . . . Friendlys . . . beer cans don’t burn Marshfield black bag .. . unem¬ ployed . . . Keep the Faith. USY Assistant Treas¬ urer ... 3 musketeers ... bus going to Israel ... Sisters ... North Dartmouth is too far! ... Nessiah? ... People .. . Brookline .. . Horseback riding ... Slides ... Thoughtful . .. Chica¬ go ... Regional Office .. . Same deliveries ... Golden voice ... Vet¬ erans Day Weekend . . . Lashing Friend. pals in Vie tnam bubbly_ Fresca Provincetown honest with me!!! ALISON GILVARG Curtains and drapes «» v »» Oy vay Sunny ... My nose?! " Christmas” Almost made it . .. It’s only 10 miles to South Natick and back . .. Summer Song . . . Have you got enough arti¬ cles? ... It’s a dead end?! ... A friend forever. JANET GLYNN FRED ... F.W.H. to Jim ... Pearls ... 3 7 Union House .. . Someday . . . Loves the sea ... Barefootin . . . Army Jacket ... Teacher ... Irish, Freckles all ... Golden Autumn Philosopher ... Pizza Baby Blue " You mad at me?” . . . Galaxie 500 ... Dai¬ sies Forget-Me-Nots .. . Cherished Friend¬ ships. GLENN GORDON Safety Patrol 2; Ameri¬ can Field Service Club 3; Photography Club (Industrial Arts) 3; A C appella 2. MARIAN GORDON I.M.C. Aid 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Medical Careers Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; American Field Service 3; Dra- matics 4; Crea t i v e Writing Club 2, 3. BILL GRASSEY " N” Club 3, 4; Foot- ball 2; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4. JOSEPH GORMAN Joe ... 62 Rambler ... Buzzard ' s Bav Hi a- cation ... Stars Juice Man ... Pool hall ... Boston ... W h a : homew r ork ... Navy. SHERRY GRAHAM Cute ... skate much . . . late Boston nights . . . blushes easily ... No. 1 . .. New York summers ... 4 10 of a mile! ... This is true! ... . always on the go ... What’s G pe- riod ? ? ... Chauffeur ... prep school beys ... sincere friend ... What’s work? Honey ... College bound ... Good Luck! MARLENE GONICK Gonza .. . green eyes . .. VW . .. Partial to Italians . . . Must be lasagna . . . Bobhee’s ... The curb ... Firm believer, in attendance —3 day week What soccer field ... Orpals . . . Lets drag . . . Straight wavy hair ... we’re just friends ... No muscles ... Poison Ivy ... Way- land much! JAMES GRANT Jim . .. Future Archi¬ tect? .. . Black Chevy ... Bells Boots ... Boo-Maria’s ... Where was I G period yester¬ day? ... Boston ... Fine student . . . Tech, drawing . .. Different. BILL GRASSEY Gumpa , Feed me burgs .. goalie 1 I s _ Ham- Flood Patrol Fast cuda Gees Words” Partial to small cheer- leaders Giants” . coach ... . " Mr 1st base . .. Hey. where are my shoes? _ I win again . . . Chicken Noodle Soup ... Na- tickville ... 1 ... Dislikes Red Lights . . College Bound. Daniel green I nd o o r Trade 2; Out¬ door Trade 3; Band 2, 4 ; Orchestra 2, 3- marsh jrarv Staff 4; Future ; Pep Club arrella 4; rd 2. ava G3 VIRGINIA GRINDELL Gompetkiv- Speech MARY GRINGERI Student Council 4; Clinic Aid 2; Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol; French Club 3; French News¬ paper 3; Drama Club 4; Senior Play and Committees 4; Execu¬ tive Board 3, 4. KENNETH GROSS Band 4; Orchestra 4; Dance Band 2. GREG GUILD •Outdoor Track 2. SUSAN GRAY Sue .. . Coop What ring? ... Cute . .. Humm ... 5 5 ... More Purple ... Goldfish ... Often seen in a T-Bird ... Lives for weekends ... Future secretary Cape Cod ... Partial to bowlegs ... You- Whoo! MARSHA GREEN Party light! ... Loves a good time ... Cute ... Flirt ... Certain nickname . . . Mascor? .. . One special love . .. Never My Love Oompha Friend lys .. . Space- mobile . .. Miss File- nes, the Stockroom ? ... 5th Ave. ? ? ... It’s all one color ... One of the girls ... Young Girl ... College Bound. VIRGINIA GRINDELL Ginni . .. Y’all ... Army Brat ... Wil¬ mington, Ohio ... Windy . .. Anthony and Cleopatra Veterinarian ... A smile for everyone ... College Bound ... A certain letter ... Horseback riding . .. Good Cook?? ... Pretty ... S t r a ng e dreams . .. Talkative . . . Lived all over the world. MARY GRINGERI Captain Marfa ... Big eyes ... Leonard Morse Hospital Bubbling personality ... Back rubs ... Hi Hon! ... Loves the ocean ... Spicv brown mustard and chocolate- chip ice cream ... A certain Luigi . .. Great History scholar Future Nurse of Ameri¬ ca. ROCCO GUARINO Rock ... Pumpkin ... Modern Problems Scholar ... Father’s Package Store ... Spaghetti ... Ex-Orpal employee ... " 66 " Chevy ... Brain for a sister ... Little is Big¬ ger ... Hey Dick ... Future Engineer. LINDA GUAY Lynn .... Kitten ... Enjoys sports ... Es¬ pecially Tennis Blue ... Dancing ... Sear’s Auditing Dept. ... Down from Canada ... Secretary to Eng¬ lish Department College Bound Wants to learn to surf ... Summers or Holi¬ days in Canada ... On stage ... Television ... Bobby!! Eveline. AVA GREENBERG Munchkin .!. Summer Blonde .. . Maine sum¬ mers ... Spaghetti ... Bullwinkle . .. " Turn Around Look At Me!” ... Orpal’s plus! ... A certain night ‘South friends ... Where’s Duff?! ... Grunge . .. Oh, those rides home! ... Root- beer floats .... 5 5 Blue Station Wagon ... Good Luck! JUANA ISABEL GUTIERREZ Chany ... Secretary ... George’s Never on time ... Oh brother ... Loves green ... The Temp¬ tations .. . Cape and Florida . .. Likes sum¬ mertime ... Fun to be with . . . Quiet Submarines sandwiches ... Washington D.C. . . . Good Luck! RANDY GWINX Hockey Much ... 42 " Vette ... Often seen at New Enrliac Draewav Aril C7 surfer ... Piars a guitar ... Many Hor¬ ror Shows_U5N’ ... Partial to bloooes . . . Drop a Hem: m that . .. Hvannis The rooster ... Best c: Luck! KENNETH GROSS Great sense of humor .. . Skillful driver ... A.Z.A. ... Monsky power ... Best stock- boy Natick Trust Co. ever had .. . Kind to vegetarians ... Co¬ lumbus Ave. ... Jazz Fan .. . Northeast Mu¬ sic District ... Fantas¬ tic Underrated trumpet player ... Supports Mayor Daley ... Wants to go to Brown . .. Should succeed. ELAINE HALBERG Who ? ... Tunafish and peas . .. Medfield State . . . Mr. Wong ... Bright Red! ... Talkative .. . Little Mouse ... Wool- worth’s .. . I’m really quitting this time . . . Maine Especially ... Plane rides .. . The sun did it ... What a riot! ... College Bound. GREG GUILD Get over it” ... Nine, Shromen Song ... Haircuts ... GIG ... Natick Mall .. . Ma¬ rines . .. Boston .. . Hamburgers . .. Sleep Comedian Rambler .. . Lunch ... Light My Fire ... Red ... Irene ... Loner ... Focular ... Talk¬ ative ... Lover 1,000 miles away. RICHARD HALL " BUTCHER” ... MacKinnons Sunoco ... " 62” Chevy ... Hey Rockey . .. Dover Road ? ... Future Me¬ chanic . .. Franklin Institute . . . Summers in Marshfield . . . Seen at the Drags .. . Shop Saturday Nights ... Spaghetti .. . Ski Much? . . . Snowstorm ... Tools ... Smoke Much?? ... RT. 135. GEORGE M. GULKO Safety Patrol 2, 3; Future Scientists of America 2; French Club 2; AmericaQ Field Serv¬ ice Club 2; A Cappella 2, 3; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit¬ tee 3; Soph. Dance 2; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Tannis 4; Basketball 2; Tennis 2. JUANA ISABEL GUTIERREZ Glee Club 3, 4. RANDY GWINN Cafeteria Marshalls 2. ELAINE HALBERG Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Field Hockey 3. BLAIR HARDEN " Que Te Pasa?” ... Havana ' s Herb Alpert ... Nobscot Hill ... Trumpet and Vibes in Brasilia Marimba Band . . . " Yea Man. it’s in the air” .. . " Adios.” MIKE HARRINGTON Mike .. . Good kid ... Often seen at Cue and Cushion ... Also Shakes house ... " 63” Galaxie 500 . .. Navy Bound .. . There ' s only one kind ... Kansas Citv ... Co-op Produce ... V. Good Luck in the Future . .. Plans to go to L.A. some day. RICHARD HARVIE Oh Harvi! ... class play ... the General . . . sing? .. . Cheshire grin . . . Friendly’s . .. nice eyes .. . hey baby! ... 2 certain maids .. . pledge of allegiance? . . . good announcer? . . . always smiling .. . puttsie ... ’’think snow” ... Advanced? . . . Science ... hockey team 11 ... a hair cut? ... college bound ... good friend . .. eood luck in the future. BLAIR HARDEN Safety Patrol 2, 3 Dramatics Club 3, 4 Radio Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 LINDA HEMMER Lulu ... Lindy ... Lynn ... college bound Camelot friendly ... considerate ... so-so ... easy going ... shy ... fun to be with ... piano ... has a great person¬ ality ... first and last year here ... studying. DAVID HARVI National Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Safety Patrol 4; Language Laboratory Technician 3; French Newspaper ’Le Pet-k Echo 3; Band 2; Sen¬ ior Play 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. JANE HAYES IMC 2; Band 2, ' 3, 4; Dance Band 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3. DALE HENNIGAR Football 2, 3, 4. LYNN HERBER Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 2, 3, 4; Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; IMC 2; AFS 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 4: Glee Club 2. LYNN HERBER Herbie . .. whacked out . . . Raquel .. . " It was a mistake!” ... 2 weeks at Camp Drum Rindge ... P’ Town ... " Romanoff Juliet” ... peanut butter ... two island trips ... Sassamon sender ... Porgy Bess ... Drama Club ... green power _ Indian Burial ground ... one drowned hat BARBARA HESEK Un] i 1 1 c v off Mustangs C ' shoes ... oh Corvair . . . h- _ w many poles have you hit today? ... a day in the life . . . who r.eeds a license! . . . off : collette. MARGO HEWITT Student Council ?; Na¬ tional Honor Society ?, 4; Safety Patrol 3. 4: Pep Club 2; AFS 2. 4; A Cappella 3. 4; Ex¬ ecutive Board 2. 4. DONNA HIGGINS Homemaking Club 3. JANE HAYES Her nickname, Jack . . . the house that Jack built ... a true nut . . . never stops talking . . . Miss Gossip 1969 • • • the dreamer . . . French Horn . . . Band . . . Irish . . . big brown eyes . . . " But I can’t see without my glasses " secret love partial to red . . . Fu¬ ture Nurse. DONNA HIGGINS ’ Higgie " . . . moody talk much! ... Wallace’s ... day dream . . . STRAIGHT eat much! ... indefinite plans . . 1 4 a.m. walk . . . two years secret in Fram¬ ingham ?. . diets . . . IN LOVE . . . Friend¬ ly’s. DALE HENNIGAR Gumshoes . . . football ... F Troop . . . col¬ lege bound . . . week¬ ends . . . loves Newton Lower Falls . .. Sybil’s Falcon . . . likes foot¬ ball parties and the all-nighter . . . summer in N. H. ANNA HINES That’s a No-No .. . working . . . when a person doesn’t show up on time . . . short stop . . . macaroni and to¬ mato sauce . . . Library ' . . . decided to grow but stopped . . . eyes . . . being myself . . . yes ... Efrem Zimbal- ist Jr. .. . soul and inspiration . . . blue . . . quiet . . . shy . . . being short . . . home¬ making with Mrs. Man- nix. IRENE HINES A certain marine ... suppose you’re right baby blue finallv mace i: ... m common . . . big siscer . . . fishing season n:gh: the key scraped knees . . loves coke . . . another call slip . . . New Hamp¬ shire anvone? 0 many detentions Mr. Donut ... 61 Chevv . . . where’s the party ? BARBARA HESEK Bones . . . fun to be with . . . Meetchalata my moose cherish . . . Stop Shop . . . talk much? . . . wow . . . batmobile . . . silly? always . . . ’62’ R.S. . . . Maine loves food 8-S-67 . .. what time? PARKER HIRTLE DONNA HOEY Ho-Ho ... sport ... often seen in super car . . . that rainbow cr a tan .. . the never-end¬ ing walk . . . Sciruare nights . . . Sears .. don’t call 203 ... late again . . . elephant tree ... I got the car ... caught! ... great per¬ sonality . .. sincere friend. towm mmm KAREN HOLMGREN Twigs .. . Tareyton . . . chocolate milk ... seen with Sue, Bonnie, Kris, and Irene loves short hair ... lie much? ... big pupils . . . " Red Ribble” .. . fast get-aways from Barnstable . . . that ski trip! ... long-haired boys . . . New Hamp¬ shire .. . I.O.U. ... likes to bomb around with everyone . . . sum¬ mers of ’66 and ’67. IRENE HOWARD MIMPH HOMPE .. . Chi-Chi . . . brillo . . . spaghetti ... any mother’s son . . . overs ... 2 CV: Walrus’s Sunbeam Convertible .. . freudian slips . . . Simon and Garfunkel " oy, if -die was alive’’ . . . Brandeis . .. Shapiro, Room 207 . . . impulsive, poppy, and affectionate .. . how does a pollack tie his shoe ? ... play with fire ... but at least it’s clean . . . what, you . hippie? laughter, ., N. Y. ... the lunch, love ... N. ... naughties hotel ... frizz yeah, Chinese ... M.I.T. .. . Hurray, Mr. Buck! ... on love and friendship .. . Benja¬ min. ROSANNE INGEMI Rosanne Ingemi Rosie . .. pretty eyes . . . always smiling . .. seen in Friendlys’ .. . has a passion for blue . . . Italian leprechaun ... J.M. Fields ... medical secretary goal in mind .. . loves Ital¬ ian food (naturally) . . . enough with Chris¬ topher Columbus Pizza with extra cheese . . . cold snowy nights . . . shy .. . great kid to know . . . Somerville much . . . Carson beach and City Point . . . Best of luck in the future. KAREN HOLMGREN Pep Club 2. IRENE HOWARD Pep Club 3; Art Club 4: ’Le Petit Echo’ 4. CAROLE HURWITZ Medical Careers Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play Committees 4; Prom Committee 3. ROSANNE INGEMI Business Service Club 4 SANDY INGLEBY Business Service Club 3 SANDY INGLEBY Sandy ... cute . .. talk much ?!! ... cer¬ tain phone calls ... one love . . . " you will. 1 ’’ .,. Joves to eat New Hampshire . .. " guys coming home this weekend!” ... great friend . .. keep it in the family! . . . No¬ vember 18 ... rocking chair . . . 6edroom sink .. . good luck Sandy. STANLEY JANIAK Student Council 4; ’N’ Club 3, 4 Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4. CRAIG JENNISON Football 2, 3, 4; Out¬ door Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Team 2, 4. STANLEY JANIAK Stash . .. 87 . .. Pol¬ lack . . . member of Red and Blue goal post committee . . . always willing to help . . . boingey watcher phantom 7 . . . surf’s up Benny . .. roast beef . .. eat much ? squash end horror shows on Satur¬ day nights ... Char¬ lie’s overnight ... Lee Marvin ... always on CRAIG JENNISON Recie .. . summers New London, N. ... Kathy ... ne has a car . . . " wh your problem?” college, U.N.H. , dentist .. . stranded Boston ... since friend ... great m ory? that’s close! sports ... get I much? ... F.U.H. 1 e friends ... ... fool on a what a dancer d LTD ... . . . future ech . . . talka- red ... what’s college . lot’s of luck. tne grapevine Thanksgiving " . special junior girl loves work benches ... m friends .. . one oi boys . . . loves parties . . . not fond of homework good luck. SANDY JUDD Sam ... long sac brown hair ... sino friend ... persxia! plus . .. ' my hair frizzin” . . . fond fun ... that birr. streak .. . accice prone .. . contagic smile .. . femini prone . .. " fee! fre . . . five for today . J.M. . .. Cape C GARY JOHNSON Football 3. MARTHA E. JONES Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; IMC 2, 3, 4; Great Books Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 3, 4. SANDY JUDD Medical Careers Club 2; Pep Club 2, 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Senior Play Committee 4. summers one over unforgettable SUSAN KADLIK daisies GARY KAMENS Future Scientists of America 3; Photogra¬ phy Club (Science) 3, 4; Football 3. Hips ... bees ... m ice cream cherry tree houses” .. Safety Patrol 3, 4 Future Scientist Club 2 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3 4; Executive Board 3 Soccer 3, 4; Indooj Track 2. Kris, and Irene Dougie ' s House New Hampshire summers of ’66 ar ” ... ' people someday, huh Kris the cemetery .. February ERIC KAPLAN Fred GARY KAMENS Gary ... Zayre’s ... V.K.O. .. . ’ Drop Trow” ... Cape ... College Bound Organ .. . 442 Syracuse ... Red . .. Octopus . .. Lobster ... Blushes Much . .. CC . .. Sounds of Si¬ lence. CAROL JOHNSON Yellow .. . Karl ... antelope .. . Natick cab one night all night the window Rascals . . . the little red bug ... cousins? is it there? ... first Kap " beauty!” she’s nice 708 . . . Montreal gi . . . the judge . . . e shine ... psych ma you” . . . Molson ' s i best . .. soccer captai . . . for the Byrds .. certain junior girl . . wild drives with Kenr. .. . combs hair wit! Roto-Rooter. s ecreta ry ? ? ? hr ken bone mm ROBERT KAUFMAN Bob ’64 Grand Prix So. Natick basketball courts ... a certain junior girl . .. " the wall” . . . spaghet¬ ti ... sincere . .. good personality ... " crash” . .. the white dove ... what’s homework ? beach bum .. . broth¬ er’s house .. . college bound. JANET KELLY Shauna ... fun to be with ... sincere ... vista ... flying nun . .. marriage ... Brent ... retreat ... Mar¬ coni’s .. . Province- town ... hard cheese .. . cranberries .. . fox trot ... ever write letters ? ... cards ... post office .. . talk much ? ... telephone ... " hurler huh?” ... mother! ... Marshfield ... White Horse ... Oblates. TAXET KELLY Future Teachers o f America 2; Pep Club 2. JAMES KESSLER AFS 3, 4; Dramatics Club •: Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Sen¬ ior Play Committee 4. IRENE KESSEL Sassamon Literary Staff National Honor So¬ ciety 3. 4; French Club 4: French Newspaper Le Petit Echo’ 3; Sen¬ ior Plav Committee 4. J CHRISTOPHER KOBBS Art Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT KOURE Science Lab Technician 4. SUE KRONENBERG Pep Club 2. ROBERT KOURE Bob . . . individual . . . hey wow! ... happy nose . . . artistic-sort of ... those blue eyes ... Robin .. . friends in the Administration . .. visits with John R. . . . Watson’s . . . metamor- phic ... diving slow temper ... tries to understand. JAMES KESSLER Dumpy ... Province town . . . drummer . .. you married? ... a warm redhead ... Neetega ... Big " 3” . .. another one?! ? ... don’t forget! " spooky” ... yonder balcony. CHRISTOPHER KOBBS Chris ... true to life ... They say the food is bad and ladies dop’t know how to cook, but come time w ' hen the lunch bell rings, they fight like wild men to be the first in line . .. career in art. SUE KRONENBERG Scoozen .. . hysterical .. . slowdriver ... In love ... all nighters . . . Bob . . . partial to the U.S. Army ... I didn’t get a letter . . . summer at the rocks .. . wedding bells. □h_AR_ KENNEDY Ki: rjbbv pigpen ... m « a i . d s .. hates a .. sports wrestling r _ v W .CK. bound ,V J, T • x N w i. xc: : slow ... woo s g? ... what about Cemetery Street? Ui - b a. fg ... " next time I’ll Dick throw it farther” ... hockey ... golf ... good friend . . . college bound .. . good luck in the future. 3£XE KESSEL I ... drumstick ■cwn hall trees Bertha ... woops! . .. metro ... Gretchen parley-vous fran- cais?_two, two . . . Sarah ... the dream Luxemburg and T- nli ... General Be ivery . . . Martha pots and pans . . . Shakespeare . . . curi- ashy killed the cat on Killington Mt. . . . rush echo ... Cochi- .a:e ... N-Labs . . . H 10 - Society parties H a r v a r d - Bran- dcfc-MIT.-Yale? r » T: ... What do you h tk of Tartuffe. KAREN LARSON L.A. .. . no-fix tickets ... the biggest D . .. F.B.I. • • • party at the fort fire drills kicked out of Nantasket • • • one station only • • • your air condi- tioner’s leaking . .. Bac . .. " that’s cute, that’s real cute " . . . prefers silver. MICHAEL KOPIEC Kerf . .. Sunshine . .. who lunched it? . .. c 4 Pontiac .. . Fords oc i t go ... Spills c:ffee ... I wish I were a mush mouth . . . 7 r of the morning to mu .. hates lunch Hnes . .. coffee shop . .. Sears . . . Volley- rail champs . . . that’s r teacher? SANDRA LARSON • Sandy . . . Polar Bear . . . Saturday nights at Jordan Marsh . . . Billy . . . Upton farm girl . . Mendon . . . the dying squire ... C Period Mod. Problems . . . crazy but cute . . . the blonde bomber . . . talkative . . . step aside . . . ready to go ... toys and more toys ... fun to be with ... good luck. LEONARD L ANGEVIN Hockey 2, 3; Golf 2. 3. 4. JOANNE LAQUIDARA National Honor Society 3, 4; AFS 3: Band 2. 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Dance Band 3. 4. KAREN LARSON Pep Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Prom Committees 3, 4. SANDY LARSON Guidance Library Aide 4; IMC Aid 2; Pep Club 2, 4; Senior Play Committee 2. SALLY LAWRENCE AFS 2. STEPHEN LANG Jerome •. • crash .. . what Rambler? — xcasins ... enjoys : " pany ... late much??? . . lets eat out .. old hut member . One of the guys light my fire ... Walpole . . . beaver hunter . .. where’s W uvne ? ? ? ... deten- • :ns much . . . great kid .. . service in the SALLY LAWRENCE Sal ... honestly . . . I’ll start Monday . . . Jimmy .. . kama rayee pilots . .. cherish . .. of course my room’s clean, I just raked it . . . the long hot sum¬ mer . . . college bound . . . tuck it to ’em .. . it’s the little things . . . don’t strain yourself . . . raisins in your shoes? . . . De Colores! DOROTHY LEAVITT Dottie . .. fun to be with . .. always laueb- ing .. . Montreal, a bad trip? ... funrv- love . . . spaz ... pil¬ low-babies . . . wow! It’s really beautiful . . her laugh ... King Ridge ... P-town. ROBERT LEGER Lover . .. juniors girls shakes ... my ulcer . . . smoke much .. . red bomber . .. often seen at Friendly’s .. . one of the guys . .. may be seen carrying a " Colt 45 " . .. horror shows . . . great kid . .. college bound 11 1 LINDA LEMIEUX Lynn . .. one of the girls . . . best majorette ... is Take working? ... midnight talks ... where’s Jill? ... love thy neighbors .. . trim my hair ... someday you’ll get your license that’s close ... rosy cheeks . .. cute .. . understanding ... surfer ... V.W. ... Hampton Beach sand fleas ... future stewardess. PETER LEON Seen in Dover Sounds of Silence . .. Sea Gull Beach ... neat dresser .. . basket¬ ball ... 59 Chevy Wagon . . . college bound. STEVEN LEVINE Shach . . . Levine Ma¬ chine ... on the " whole " he’s not a bad runner . .. National Honor Society ... col¬ lege bound . .. splin¬ ters ... Ice fight ... midnight confession. LINDA LEMIEUX Pep Club 3, 4. EDWARD LENTINI Gymnastics 3, 4. PETER LEON Basketball 2, 3, 4. STEVEN LEVINE Natio nal Honor So¬ ciety; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. PAUL LINDQUIST Cafeteria Marshall 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; ’N’ Club 3, 4; Football 2, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4. AL LINSKY Safety Patrol 3, 4; ' N’ Club 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Executive Board 3; In¬ door Track 2; Cross Country 3; Gymnastics 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4. TINA LIPOFSKY Pep Club 2; AFS 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3. 4; Public Speaking Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2: A Cappella 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Senior Play Committee 4. AL LINSKY AI . . . the dented blue Chevy . . . nice to know . . . Natick High’s ten¬ nis captain ... ski bum . . . which band are you playing with tonight? . .. will go far (prob¬ ably Maine). CHARLES LIPKA DONNA MARIE LEONE Tubba ... 54 lbs. . .. rot too funny Kevin love! ... Friendly’s much? ... Sunday drives .. . let’s co scoop in ... fussy meat department often seen with Karen ... popular . .. Home Ave. .. . personality plus ... lead foot ... always laughing great kid . . . nites with the girls . . . good luck. PAUL LINDQUIST Ave . . . personality plus ... lead foot .. . always laughing motown sounds ... parties ... Neete- ga ... ski trip . . . Hey Blivit no brakes . . . the wonderer . . . Gymnas¬ tics captain .. . trips to the Cape . .. 66 ... one of the boys Northeastern bound. TINA LIPOFSKY Boobie . .. actress ... Claudine . .. Funny Girl . .. straight .. . efficient . . . dog brush . . . operator . . . the button . . . before and after . .. wheeze ... I love you NHS! ... a different kind of friend . . . white sox . . . baty. DICK LODI P h o t o g raphy Club (Industrial Arts) 3, 4. ANNA LOMBARDO Business Service Club 4; IMC 3, 4; Gymnas¬ tics Club 2; Executive Board 2, 4. CHARLES LUCE Basketball 2, 3; Base¬ ball 4, 3; Soccer 4; Indoor Track 4. MICHAEL MABARDY Cafeteria Marshall 3; Executive Board 2; Football 2; Hockey 2; Indoor Track 3. d KEVIN LYNCH Kev ... Windsor Mo- tel ... cast experience BB and cast party ... a great kid .. . South d: Natick .. . license to . y come . .. I’m staying out of trouble . . . puns plus . . . accident prone . . . great personality B, • • • that summer at B.C. . .. what’s the excuse this time Kev sSf . .. lots of luck ... who’s Kevin with ... 4 years of Joy . . . Cake anybody? SUSAN LOUGHMAN ’ Karbarskev ' _ vet and rings _ de¬ tention c a 11 i e s . _J how many acr. rer 5 • seen in mustang ... “63 " _ comet. footmob:le Fairview Akers _ Squeekee who? wild lunches ... Cal dors to Data Process¬ ing. j CHARLES LUCE Spider . . . “Oh aaJ there’s Blowvo " 6’4, 50 lbs. cofllj hands Luce . . Chem¬ istry soul session tech. Drawing col-i lege bound. J MICHAEL MABARDY " Farmer” . . Michael, the lover . . . I have to find my cows!! . . how’s ya goin? ... studddder much? A. J. Foyt . . . person¬ ality plus ... hey. rug ' . . . member of the red and blue goal post .. . has a way with the girls . . . always has a smile ... e body ' friend . .. 67 always willing to he lp . . . Girls . and wonderful tr e- i . . . college bound . deserves onlv the bestl KEVIN MAC LEOD Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Art Club 3, 4; Senior Play Committees 4; Year¬ book Subscription Com¬ mittee 4. MICHAEL MAHONEY Cafeteria Marshalls 2, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA MAHONEY Great Books Club 3; Public Speaking Club 4. JULIE MALCOURONNE Girl ' s Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 3, 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4. SHERYLE MALICK Clinic Aid 3, 4; Guid¬ ance Library Aid 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Dra¬ matics Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Senior Play or Com¬ mittees 3, 4; Prom Committees 3. KATHLEEN MANGINI Safety Patrol 4; Future Teachers’ Club 2, 3, 4; Girl’s Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Homemaking Club 2; A Cappella 4; Senior Play or Committees 4; Prom Committees 3; FHd Hockey 2; Soft- ball 2. SHEILA MANN Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 4; Sassa¬ mon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Guid¬ ance Library Aid 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; American Field Service Club 2; Art Club 4; Dramatics C ' ub 2, 3,’4; Public Speaking Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Senior Play or Committees 4; Yearbook Subscription 4; Sassamon Art Staff 4. CHRISTOPHER MACAULAY Paul Bunyan .. . " Do you know what you’re doing?” . .. Teen Club . . . weightlifting . .. green . .. New Haven, Vermont .. . new here this year. KEVIN MAC LEOD " Mac” . . . backstage noises .. . history ma¬ jor ... Canadian Im¬ port ... Mr. Bennett’s E period U.S. History ... Cape Breton ... artistic . . . The Hap¬ pening ... LMH ... Where’s it at ... loyal class supporter ... I. R. . . . Nixon’s the one . .. college bound. PATRICIA MAHONEY BALLET ... Tchai¬ kovsky . . . Tolstoy . .. sometimes Boston Bal¬ let ... Wir sprechen gut Deutsch .. . shy¬ ness causes difficulties ... Green Power ... " And should I then presume? .. . And how should I begin? . .. Do I dare? . .. and. Do I dare? . .. Do I dare disturb the universe?” JULIE MALCOURONNE Mai ... Island sum¬ mers weekends . .. our girl in sports . .. boys!!! ... Yellow Mai-Mobile ... ski- bunny ... lifeguard? ... look for her with Ellen . . . rings much? ... " What can I say?” .. . fun to be with . .. seen at the basketball and hockey games ... G.A.A. President . .. college bound. KATHLEEN MANGINI " Mange” . . . guitars and moroccas .. . Or- pal’s ... Let ' s do something! . . . Way- land ... Hey, Sharp! . . . What’s so funny, Kath? ... Guess what! Memorial Field ... Great Personality Vivacious Great Party! ... Oh, Really?? ... Gone is the age of chivalry! . - - 8:16_Vive L’Italy!! SHEILA MANN Sam . .. infectious laugh . . . good driver? . .. those Sunday drives ... artist ... girls night out . . . Montreal to Miami . . . Bubbles . . . talkative . . . red Mustang . . . green eyes blushes ... Fi- lene’s . .. gum crack¬ ing? ... humorous ... Wav I and ... " Good Grief . . . great pro¬ crastinator ... day- dreamer ... I haven ' t the foggiest ... Sn ' py for President. JOHN MacLEAN College bound . .. fun to be with ... Byrant and Stratton . .. Data Processing . . . Friend¬ ly’s . . . Star Market .. . Sunnyside Esso . . . girls ... 62 Ford .. . Yom Kippur .. . South Natick .. . New Eng¬ land D r a g w a y ... Perfect attendance. FERNANDO MARTINS " Towd” ... Jax any¬ one . .. handsome . .. pale . .. shy . . . plays drums ... school lunches . . . Watsons . . . red, white blue .. . artist .. . gym ... people who leave gum on chairs . . . Natick? . . . fun to be with . . . different . . . National Anthem ... track . .. band. ■y PETER MASON Hello dummy ... broadcasting . . . short hair .. . Mick CONNOR’S ESSO tow trucks ... CARS ... ’60 Pontiac ... 56 Chevy . . . ’62 Olds . . . ’60 Ford ’60 Ford . . . radical . . . lefties . . . revolutionary — J hippie . .. sleeping ... Carol . . . Carolyn. MICHAEL MAHONEY ' Beatle” . .. " Bon Bon” . . . all-round lover . . . F Troop ... handsome . . . attend University of Vietnam .. . wild times at the Cape .. . pioneer .. . rubber head Murph’s bomber cheerleader . . . ping pong . . . great dancer ... A date with destiny . . . ’The Best There Is . . . shakes ... O. T. Simson . . . Brook- re . . . " Stevis Won¬ der. " KATHLEEN MAY " Daisy Mae’’ ... Marshfield memories . . . summer nights . . . Steve . . . The Rex .. . My Girl . . . blondes have more fun . .. the B atmobile-Died! ... Jordan Marsh Girl . .. Friendly’s Saturday nights . . . one of the six ... basketball games ... Where are we going? ... never enough time. :: WILLIAM MAYER Ace tank driver . . auto insurance CRASH ... " Wanna cut through?” ... N.H. .. . Drive-In " What movie?” — Hockey ... Three-year lunch captain . . . Thanksgiving ... or.e taped blackmail victim . . . frozen duck ... certain sophomore ... future success. 5HERYLE MALICK Sheri . . . " Bobby’s Girl " . .. beegee .. . Turkeyday ’67 ... stranded in Maine .. . Wednesday’s Nantasket . . Cherish . . . Prom decorations in Win- throp? . . . Florida . . . Northeastern T-Shirt The sizzler range yellow oye, please .. . Filene’s Diamonds with brndaids ... a certain roster . .. Loves cards . . . " People " . .. Ash Rreet . . . Personality Pius . . . Remember when ? janet McAlister Mac . . . Beauuuutiful . . . one of the Hellions . . . Bo ... Party at the fort ... Chrysler . . . our place ... 17 vaults . . . Herty Gerty Man . . . prefers short hair . . . N.H. . . . fire drills I’m freezing... What weight? good friend—ask Bo ... That’s my pillow! . . . Bruise much? . . . Sure to succeed. MICHAEL MANNA Mario ... Rick’s Car ... the Cape . . . Har¬ wich . . . runs the scht ol taxi service . .. rishing Season Night?? Duraleetra Where’s ICH? . • • Chevy it ? ? ? -MUCH . _grea o be with .. O’llece plans ... " 67 Wanna use Italian North wing kid and fun ... Naw or w .. Good Ck janice McCarthy 117 ... Ronnie . .. McDonalds . . . those Friday nites . . . talk much . . . Natick Cab . . . Townie . . . Oak- ridge Avenue ... Maine ... 26 ... the hospital . .. library, F Period . . . one of the gang ... you keep me hanginq on ... got anyth in q to eat ? ... Best of luck. FERNANDO MARTINS Band 2, 3, 4; Tndoor Track 2, 3U Cross Country 2, 3. KATHLEEN MAY Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 3; Pep Club 3. WILLIAM MAYER Hockey 4. janet McAlister Safety Patrol 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; American Field Service Club 3; Prom Committees 3. janice McCarthy Library Aid 4. . L % . ■ SsaHx? DEBORAH McKAY Deb ... " Don’t worry about it! " ... Swarth- more? . .. mine’s a Standard! ... our street corner ... ”1 don’t believe you!” ... R.P. . . . tandeming .. . N.H. Conferences ... the Bible ... " no ice cream ?” ... green . .. " Gone With the Wind " .. . My mother make it!” ... those piano lessons ... Green Power . .. Auf Wiedersehn! m SUSAN McGRATH Sue ... I don’t get it . .. talkative . . . Blue Bomber .. . Framing¬ ham State .. . next year sports enthusiast " Turn Around Look At Me” evenings at the library . .. wants a blondie ... M M ... I hope so ... July 4th ... the shy one .. . that con¬ tagious laugh . . . good luck. DIANE McCONNON Firsty . . . quiet around boys ... oh those nites at Ego res .. . always seen with Riggs . .. I’m sure .. . Friendly’s Framingham ... The Associations .. . New Jersey . . . white Val¬ iant . .. someone special . .. worry much Cape Cod What do you say . .. V.W. ... college bound .. . Good luck. . WILLIAM McELENEY Gymnastics Club 2; ’N’ Club 4; Science Labo¬ ratory Technician 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Gym¬ nastics 3, 4. SUSAN McGRATH Future Teachers Club 2; Pep Club 3; Execu¬ tive Board 4. DEBORAH McKAY Instructional Materials Center Aid 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Public Speak¬ ing Club 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play or Com¬ mittees 4. SCOTT McKINNON Football 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM McLendon Football 2, 3; Basket¬ ball 2; Baseball 2. Business Service Club 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3 4; Senior Play or Com¬ mittees 4; Field Hockey 2 . WILLIAM McKENZIE Gymnastics Club 2; Photography Club (Science) 3, 4; Lan¬ guage Laboratory Tech¬ nician 2; Planetarian Aid 4; Basketball 2. KATHLEEN McCOLE :y. - Vti. r m. - 3 5 V ' - • • m m 1 m ■% - ■ - 1 , KATHLEEN McCOLE Natural blonde Who’s dumb? ... do blondes really have more fun? ... sports cars . . . don’t know his last name ... likes gymnastics and horses . .. " Alfred” . . . Mrs. Beasley ... the hunt ... grape ... member of T.F.’s M.S. WILLIAM McKENZIE Cape ... Surfer ... Great Island ... Green Bomb . . . merit honor? ... organist ... photo¬ bug . . . skiing anyone? ... Mr. Hamburg ... weekends in New York . . . sideburns . .. Rab . . . rignr nana turns ... " Here you shift” personality George? .. . Nantasket . .. College Bound. WILLIAM McLendon Billy " Bud” ... college bound ... Lemon ... fun to be with ... keep me hanging on Red, White, Blue .. . shy .. . plays guitar ... Florida or Bust Best reason in world ... handsome WILLIAM McELENEY Bill ... Little Brother ... Surfin ' Narragan- sett ... F-Troop- 22 ..; February at Jim’s ... Mr. Congressman ... Wild Washington Weekends ... M.G. _ That Girl Cyrano ... Sundays. BRIAN MtNAMAKA Krtta: _ Cross Countrr Captain S m Future Veterinarian ... Didn’t know it was there ... White Horse ... Better late than never ... Thumb Squad ... Skate ... Partial to Framingham North Girls ... L.C.C. ... Cane . . 1C. ... one of the two ... Good luck. SUSAN McKAY Sue ... 3 day week ... babysit much ... blue ... Susan’s choc¬ olate chip cookies . .. bowling ... Gorins L’llian Buick ... week¬ ends at Nantasket . .. tuna fish . .. work in an office ... It’s noth¬ ing ... quiet at school. GEORGE McNAMARA Knob ... Gigi Dedicated to Friday workouts . . . Attack in the back at L.C.C. . . . Debonair hair style . .. Thumb Squad ... Frequently found in lockers ... the book¬ store window ... Coolidge Field with the Worm . .. Rockland Street land speed record .. . Fell off Bud’s run¬ ning board . . . Nutri¬ ment for lunch bunch BRIAN McNAMARA Medical Careers Club 4; ’N’ Club 3, 4; Executive Board 4; In¬ door Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. GEORGE McNAMARA Student Council 2, 4; Safety Patrol 4; ’N’ Club 4; Language Laboratory Technician 3, 4; Executive Board 2; Boys’ State 3; Vice- President of Student Council 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4. MARGARET McXICHOLS Future Teachers Cdb 3, 4; Pep dub 2. 5; Band 2, 3, 4; A Cap- pel la 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3. 4; G ee Club. RICHARD MERSOX Art Club 2; Irsdocr Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2 , 3. 4; Cress Country 2, 3, 4. NANCY MEYER Business Service Cub 3; Guidance Librar " Aid 4. DONNA MICCILE Art Club 2; Tennis 2- scott McKinnon Scotty” ... little one ... I don’t know ... wow!!! ... where’s Bill ... Well, push a button ... Football ... A Certain Cana¬ dian Girl, Marsha . .. one of the West Natick boys ... A real F- Trooper ... got the car tonight . .. Hermits Island . .. the first nite ... the late Windsor Moulton . .. Whoopie Period E Mrs. Richards ... I got a pass!!! ... Keep the Faith . .. class of " 69.” MARGARET . McNICHOLS The Boo-Boo Club ... Kamakazi Pilots 2-wheels McNichols ... one red rose ... Weekday trips to Holy Cross ... Us Four ... Four Banana Splits ... I’m all ticky ... Grace¬ ful ... Taffy P-U-L-L ... I feel sorry for Studebaker, but I wouldn’t want one. RICHARD MERSOX Rick .. . Low Tide Architecture ... Loves all kinds of food ... " Searching for Mr Love” . . . T.O.’s shade ... B.AA. Marathon " 65” ... " Good Morning” all day Iocg ... 3 year track man. MARY McMAHON Mair ... Quiet ... shy Dunkin Donuts ... before school ... J-I-M-M-Y ... Navy Blues ... bubble gum ... knock it off you guysa! ... Filene’s ... one of the twelve ... Always gets her own way .. . Do you hear bells ? . .. What home¬ work ? ... Who me ? Tired ? ... Always daydreaming . .. Rob¬ in Remember Chelsea? NANCY MEYER Nance ... Where do we go? ... B.B.C. ... Mendon ... keeps her mouth shut .. . Corvair ... nobody knows ... you’ve got to be kid¬ ding used to be with Patty . .. quiet most of the time ... hamburgers, french fries, and 3 large cokes ... Colorado bound. . DONNA MICCILE Don ... big brown eyes ...- " practice makes perfect” composer . . . short ... Chopin’s Polanaise ... The Impossible Dream ... serious ... best of luck in the music field ROBERT MISIUK Decadent American Magazines .. . skis much ... my (?) M.G. ... tuba sing along in math ... big three ... cast parties ... Purdue .. . winters at Killing- ton . . . summers on Cape Cod .. . wrestling .. . senior play, Vadim ... such a deal ... good student. WILLIAM MITCHAM Milton . . . Mitch . . . the night the clocks were turned back .. . New Hampshire ... 72 part of Fitch, Mitcham Company ... remember Braintree . . . meatball grinders . .. super car ... kill ... 88 ... big fellow ... athletic . .. Bill Cosby . . . what’s your favor¬ ite sport? ... where’s the grape tonic? . . . good guy. GARY MITCHNICK What a down! ... NYC ... 4 heads ... Dish in nat ... 4 ... I’m passive ... Pole in N.H.S. parking lot ... Summer of " 68” .. . Volkswagen ... Hassel Babson, Suffolk, Michigan State, North- eastern ... Fare¬ well??? RON MONTGOMERY Jr. coffee malted Frib¬ bles ... law school ... at least the V.W. is red ... Thanksgiving ... certain senior girl, E.B. ... What nose? ... track ... scooter ... " The Hulk” ... likes grapes ... also black¬ mailed thumb squad ... Jose Feliciano ... dreamer ... • inventor of the ERT college. ROBERT MISIUK Safety Patrol 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Play or Committee 4; Wrestling Team 3, 4. WILLIAM MITCHAM Football 2, 3, 4; " N” Club 2, 3. RON MONTGOMERY Student Council 2 ; Safety Patrol 3, 4; " N” Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2. MICHELLE MORONEY French Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Senior Play or Commit¬ tee 4; Prom Committee 3; Sassamon Art Staff 2 . PATRICIA MORRILL Medical Careers Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2. MICHAEL MOONEY Funny as a ... Crane operator ... moon ... Beachwood N.F. Lake ... IC Puff ... Pray’s Always laughing . .. Falcon ... Sprint to the boys room . .. Slip away ... Talk much ... Trouble! ... You bear watching ... Ra - ra - ra - Rag! ... Never serious ... Who needs a license? ... Chuck a what? ... Horror shows. MICHELLE MORONEY " Michael” ... gorilla lover .. . Cape Cod summers ... diamond studded fudge ... Richie ... Italian Thanksgiving . . . Tuesday night suppers ... one of " them” ... Richie ... art freak ... lunches in the art room ... egg diet ... where ' s my contact? PATRICIA MORRILL j Pat ... " please don’t call me Patty” Miami Beach .... What’s the matter? Fribbles ... awareness ... loves sports ... tennis anyone? ... of¬ ten seen at LMH . .. future nurse . . . sure to succeed. BRENDA MORRIS Trooper ... Wabssso ... I really -ss-anr to be a veterinarian ... mice _ look at all that frozen water ... more mice _ would you happen to have a pocket watch? ... National Honor Society green power ... my eyes are NOT red ... junior in A and P ... Peter, Paul and Mary ... kneesocks forever ... horseback rid¬ ing. .. tennis pro ... almost a bird. co: t r lira K s ._ Cane Gcc srrt ... Sunday _Light i Hollisron smoke near brown eves — BRENDA MORRIS Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 4; Sassa¬ mon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Great Books Club 3, 4; Art Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Stagecraft Club 4; French Newspaper " ' Le Petit Echo” 2; Execu¬ tive Board 3, 4; Senior Play or Committee 3, 4. COLLEEN MORRIS Art Club 2. ROBIN MORRIS Girl’s Gym Club 2, 3, 4; Business Service Club 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH MORVILLO Glee Club 2. ROBIN MORRIS Robin ... from Cor¬ vette to Rambler! .. . Johnny Mathis . par¬ tial to nice cars — shorty ... petite ... beautiful clothes Filene’s ... bloncie .. . never eats . in Chelsea??? Holiday Inn . .. body’s friends. DEBORAH MORVILLO Debbie . .. long hair .. . cute ... I could have told you that ... " nightly” ... 1 ham¬ burger, 1 French fry, 3 large cokes ... " Scottie Lewis” ... Mendon ... Hey Joe . .. lunch¬ time ... absent again ... Peter ... Jan. 12 . . . fun to be with. TOM MOULTON Mole-tawn .. . Dodge Pioneer and V. W. one of the " three of a kind” • • • sophomore and junior girls ... those eyes • • • • nice smile ... good-looking . .. Friendly’s ... a townie . . . Common Bench ... impressive driver in his V.W. ... skip class much ... squash end ... sen ice bound. PETER MUNRO " S” ... great friend to all who know him ... often seen near litter- baskets ... Benny’s .. Hockey Player ... Sel¬ dom seen working ... looking for good times ... Park benches . .. Remember those Parties ... a certain someone ... Yo-Yo ... Popu¬ lar ... College bound ... Good luck. CHRIS MURPHY Murph ... The twins ... Don’t Shoot! ... TR4 ... " Par’ ... Squeak!!! .. Beautiful Eyes ... Camping any¬ one? ... Flat again ... What a jack? ... Candy Girl ... Loyal friend ... Perfectionist Walkin many closets ... I dropped a contact! ... That Irish Temper. PETER MUNRQ Hockey 4. CHRIS MURPHY Gymnastics Club 2; Pep Club 3; Yearbook Literary Staff. PETER MYER Dramatics Club 4; Public Speaking Club 3, 4; Debating Club 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Senior Play or Committees 4; Gym¬ nastics 4; Weight Lift¬ ing 4. DAVID NATH ANSON Future Scientists of America 2; Golf 2. THOMAS MURPHY Murph ... Friday nights in Sherborn ... Farmer ... Pancake House cook ... Lady Willpower ... The Senior Breakfast’s where ? ... Cue and Cushion .. . Meat Ball Subs ... What Seven . tastes good ? PETER MYER Thumb Squad ... Maine or bust Snorer ... Nancy ... Records with Jim ... Broken mouth ... Memories at Tilton ... Responsive but not ag¬ gressive ... Igor ... ”64” Falcon Body ... Friday nights with the boys ... E.A.T. ... Talkative ... Ho HO ... Margo’s Rewind. DONALD NAKO Pontiac . .. Zayre . .. New York ... com¬ ment for every situation . .. interested in career in the business world ... hopes to go o Suffolk or Nicholas College ... carefree ... traveling summers. PAUL NATALE Never a dull moment in his life ... Where’s the party ? ... Business world ahead ... Jor¬ dan’s ... Blue eyes ... California someday ... Fun to be with ... Friday nichts . .. Har¬ rington Ridge Road ... Boston ... Certain Sat¬ urday Night ... ”63” Chevy ... Talkative ... Where’s Woodsy? ... Great personality _ Bom to be wild ... Great friend. JANET MURPHY Murph ... J.EJSL ... Bernadette? ... Robert Hail s ... Last ox the East Xatickites _ Kenney ... Bad Falcon Convertible ... Sum¬ ner of " 68 " ... Often seen in a Blue M.G.A. ... No nose ... Fu¬ ture Plans: Ding Dong School ... Anchors Away ... a sincere and coed friend. FRANK XEMBC -l -X • • m ' t vft • • • Loves Don Rickies ... Shut up ... Lombardi _Drive In_New York .Loma’s Blown 427 W ... Ft. Lauderdale ... Where’s Berger ? ? ... She drags ... Mister Donut ... Puppy. PAUL NEWCOMB Was hi net or. Ford XL A « KAREN MURRAY Twiggy .. . popular often seen with Tubba . .. nice blue eves ... R. B. ... wedding bells ... baby-sit parties much? ... what di d I do ‘now? . .. midnight talks with Mrs. C. ... used to live in the of¬ fice ... special night with the girls pulled a fast one. PAULA NICKERSON Mimph Honpe Sundae mornings ... Tennis ... Davis Cup ... Harwichport ... Sailing ... Sincere ... " It’s nice to be with you” ... " You creep!” ... The winter-summer blonde ... Blue eyes " The proposal” ... P.C. ... Chocolate ... Then we throw her out the window ... Rhode Island. WILFRED W. NADEAU DEBORAH NILES Debbie ... poppy ... 1 cheerleader " now Wellesley is a team” ... partial to goalies ... pigtails ... V 2 hamburgers ... en¬ thusiastic? ... chipped tooth ... Don’t mess with Bill ... pout ... ugly green snake ... Elaine’s twin ... bud¬ dies ... Benny’s party ... " Words” ... Love is ... Snoopy .. . " you always win” ... future dental hygienist. PAUL NEWCOMB French Club 3; I. R. Club 4. PAULA NICKERSON Pep Club 2, 3; Art Club 2, 4; AFS Club 3; Yearbook Art Staff 4; Spanish Club Committee 3. 4; Prom DEBORAH NILES Clinic Aides 3; Guid- ance Library 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Cheerleader 3, 4. MARY NOONAN G.A.A. 2. DAVID NATHANSON Right over here ... Feeley ... Nantasket ... Veal Parmigiana ... Camaro R. S._ Beachboys ... A cer¬ tain Needham Girl ... Talkative ... Surfin U.S.A. ... " Expo 67” ... College Bound ... Kenberma ... Best of Luck. MARY NOONAN Mar’ ... that reddish hair ... in love ... Richard ... always happy ... Ayer .. . rememb er those three French men on the beach ... Tijuanna Brass .. . records . . . really? .. sprite field hockey ... brown " This Guys In Love With You.” PAT NYREN Patty ... " cute " . Vauxhalls ... May S:h tuna fish sand¬ wiches . .. apartment 69 or 70 ... junior year and last summer long talks with Nance . .. downtown ... Hanscom Field . The Bee Gees’ Serenity Hill . .. Na- les, Maine . . . Friend¬ ly’s and Sat. nights one of the six ... four lunches? . .. Lords. PATRICIA O HARA Patie ... U.S.A.F. ... Any mail? . . . Bumper . .. Black Angus ... Sears ... Ho Jo’s ... Horses and dump trucks ... BIG eyes Conn, haystacks ... Guess I told you, Ollie ... Are you two sisters? ... like to ski ... dances ... What homework? ... It’s Friday! STEPHEN OLDFIELD Slofield ... track much New Hampshire Winters ... San Fran¬ cisco summers often found in the Li¬ brary ... Barry’s Pal ? ... Charter member of the Thumb Squad . .. weird sideburns Saturday football . .. captain of Outdoor ... get any good ones? ... not quite up to snuff ... often seen talking to Snuffard. KATHRYN O’NEIL CAROL ORDWAY Cato . .. I’m impressed ... next year? ... Ho Jo’s ... Natick Mall ... YoYo’s friend ... often seen in the Black Angus ... Conn, hay¬ stacks ... Air Force friends ... L.M.H. ... operations ... wheel chairs ... Are you two sisters? ... Born to be wild! PAT O’HARA Library Aid 2; A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2 . STEVEN OLDFIELD Gym Club 3, 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Football 2; " N” Club 3, 4. STEVEN O’NEIL ’’N” Club 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. DAVID O’REAGAN Cafeteria Marshall 2; Football 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 4; Outdoor Track 4. MARTIN ORZECK " Spazzzz” ... great with girls ... ex¬ tremely talkative compulsive gambler ... bom loser ... cool, calm, and collective ... Derick ... never eats at home ... great bowler ... park benches ... fantastic singer ... dedicated worker ... college bound_great friend MARYANNE O’TOOLE Mimph Honpe ... ’’Beauty is life when life unveils her holy face. But you are life and you are the veil. Beauty is eternity gaz¬ ing at itself in a mirror. But you are eternity and you are the mir- • » ror. Mass ALYSE OLSEN ' Oh Rick ■ • lo s .. Picco hire Falcon . . . mories of Marian .. CO-OP ... great personality B.nxy ... Maine ... n e v er can be found in her house ... What did you say? FAGLIARULO Wasiacrtc — jr r- C - — m • W to i ■ X d ' ± w ' To Be Wdd i - niS I i.. CL , 4 A I t " i f fcwvi iuUk — • r STEVE O ' NEIL YABBA .. . Fang ... 14 . .. moo juice ... nights at the barn ... hockey in the showers .. often seen on the park benches ... Drift¬ ers ... night trips to the Cape ... Thanks¬ giving night ... bas¬ ketball captain ... Forester’s much nice smile ... snap much ... college bound ... good luck. DAVID O’REGAN Herb ... Eats anything Common ..; Down the Cape for a ride ... Benny’s after the game ... Basket¬ ball player ... Alleys ... Shy .. ‘ ' 57” Ford Reach out Never on time Always up for an ' all- nighter’ ... Marvin Gay ... Great friend ... Good Luck! STEVEN PAGLIARULO Sassamon Literary Staff 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Dance Band 3; Soccer 3. THOMAS PALLOTTA ”N” Club 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. SUSAN PARKER Guidance Library Aide 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Homemaking Club 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3. MARILYN PATCH National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; French Newspaper " Le Petit Echo” 2; A Cap- pella 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Senior Play 4; G.A.A. 3; Tennis 2, 3. THOMAS PALLOTTA . Co. Cam noGte Capt. Ua bp kali Chevies don ' : go _ have you seen Che r , k ... Maria’s - o ' clock checks ' 4? ... ”12” ... loves to swim ... the Nose . . 58 Ford in driveway ... beautiful smile ... U. N. H. . . Saturday night horror shows can be seen at lunch with that certain ser.ic: girl . . . loves hockey ... want’a run it? ... me and Bill ... Doc : let my skates hit. ste- pid! ... one 4 ' ' nnpl .. . greatest guy tall, dark, and hand¬ some ... someone special ... will go hr and is sure to suceed SUSAN PARKER Lippa .. . chocolate babies . . . bentiU blue eyes ... SS 396 ... usually seen wntfh Deb and Kath John ... The Shop _ " Are you kidding nrr ... pretty ... ha ppy and talkative. THOMAS OWENS It’s my party Yvette ... likes French food ... George’s loss, my gain ... It won’t start ... Coolidge field with the Worm ... good runner ... shy? ... Navy .. . thumb squad .. . Likes to eat at the Y. NANCY PARSONS MARILYN PATCH " Patches” ... I to hungry! . .. " Juliet ... Wool worths ... I might . . . always smil¬ ing ... Calico dimples ... guitars and tambourines ... You win some, you lose some! ... I’m leavin ' ... great persona. — live wire That’s the breaks! loves Boston ... wait til this summer! ROBERT PAUL Dimples ... 7 " 62” Olds ... N field summers ... al- with the Giant runs a taxi service water skiing ... homework what deficiencies ? ... likes a certain apple . .. green eyes ... nice smile ... daisies ... May 15th ... sleep much? . . . good luck in the future. CAROLE PENSWICK Decoration Com DAVID PHILLIPS I M.C. Aid 2; Future Scientists of America 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Photography Club 3, 4; Language Lab Techni¬ cian 2; Executive Board 4; Senior Play 4. BRIAN PEOPLES JEFFREY PERRY Class of " 69” ... The Graduate . .. Maureen Wentworth " 60” Chevy ... Navy ... submarine ... Ital¬ ian-neutral. RONALD PFEIFER WILLIAM PICARD " Little Pic” ... The Buzzard ... Human Foot ... MacDonalds untried Mustang ... The Blue Maraud¬ ers ... It’s good to do that .. . college bound? ... bird is the word . . . the " 135.” DAVID PHILLIPS L ' SITS ' QUINN rcstoa ... boots_I ion ' t smoke! ... what? . _ Weston ... a head .. hey! let’s skip! ... less than 89 ... what license? ... Europe _ straight ? ... oh, wow! ... a certain redness. ... Jordans _West Dennis ... vanilla cokes and " our frenc h fries” ... throwing acorns, stones and branches at 5:30 a.m. ... teacher’s pet ... " speed freak” ... an¬ other cigarette? ... a certain " Rabbit” Jordan’s parking lot ... a true friend ... the ski trip .. . " mid¬ night confessions” ... flirt much? . . . Lowell . . . fun to be with. PAMELA RICHARDSON Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 4. VICTORIA RICKS Safety Patrol 4; Com¬ petitive Speech 3, 4; Debating 2; Prom Committee 2. NANCY REDIKER N a n c i e ... from Framingham North . . . orange peel . .. shy at first ... vivacious . .. -appy . .. gullible ... has pretty eyes kes blue ... art .... sewing . . . and the songs . .. Love Child and Cherish .. . loves motorcycles . .. conceit is ugly ... hairdresser . silver bridge . . . Wallex .. . memories of Miami! PAMELA RICHARDSON Pam . .. " Slow down; will you?” ... A cer¬ tain Westwood boy ... Penelope ... Marsh¬ field Summers ... boats ... beach ... fun ... A cold De¬ cember Day .. . Blue Eyes ... Hates dark, wet, foggy nites . . . waves to telephone poles?!! ... 4 10 of a mile ... Blue Zoo Inmate ... Love—Col¬ lege Bound. GREGORY REGAN Thunder .. . East Na¬ tick ... certain sopho¬ more girl ... no rivers shy much Hampton Beach I’m starved!” ... New Year’s ' 68? ... Wish I could dance.” .. tough on first gear! .. trackman .. . Mass. Ave. ... ladies man 1 ?) ... sweaters ... -ood kid . .. should so far JONATHAN RICHMAN VICTORIA RICKS Fantastic ... ski patrol at Killington . .. the " Great” Debator . . Bombay curry and Ka- soondie chutnev ... I m lost my head!” ... Richard M. Nixon Far Club ... cheerio! JOHN RICE Uncle Ben . . . Mon¬ day mornings ... " It doesn’t bother me.” ... boots . . . electric yo¬ yo ' s . . . freight train .. " What sideburns?” ultra-cynical Go away.” .. . Boston Charles St. ... paranoid much? ... football . .. fribbles L.. WBCN ... " I’m tired.” ... Coast Guard Academy? . . . oceanographer . . . Good. Luck!!! DIANE RIGBY Riggs ... those sounds of silence . . . dream much . .. four-eyes for¬ ever ... back yard summers .. . C.W. ... hang it up ... have trouble finding the key¬ hole ... A.F.A. Hall . .. airline stewardess .. . not a care in the world ... Friday nites with Timmy . . . Hello, it ' s me ... Best of luck. ELIZABETH RINGER Hip ... " Bith " . Grand Assembly Jordans . .. tennis star . .. mystery ' ride ... the murder tired!” ... sign!! ... freckles .. . Nova Scotia ... Maine ... Rainbow . . . stomach ' s un ' imited ... dental hygienist ... good luck!! ■ " I ' m the H.S. President . .. food HELENE PUSICK Mimph Honpe Juliette 2 ... sophis¬ ticate ... adventuress ... sunglasses ... half of Helmar ... New York ... Cabaret ... great writer . .. Rats ... fame ... Madame Editor ... beautiful clothes ... worldly wise . .. sparkling per¬ sonality ... the coat that’s red ... Brillo . .. hotlines ... Sun¬ dae Mornings ... My Man ... Brandeis ... B. U. ... endearing words ... sincere ... " 2001” ... colours ... " 17” ... that’s fantas¬ tic! RICHARD QUINCHON Owner of the " little coffin” ... " 62” Olds Cutlass but an avid cycle fan at heart ... yea cycles forever! ... can be found at Mc- Crory’s anytime Who? Me speeding! ... You must be mis¬ taken officer ... Future plans cross country cycle trip ... technical school drafting. LINDA RAFTERY Linda ... Always laughing . .. partial to yellow mustangs 8:15 Mass ... The Harvard game . .. It’s gonna take a miracle .. . May 11 ... 2:30 a.m. often seen with Penelope Jones Bonnie and Clyde Road ... What’s that Smell??? ... Honey Farms ... Zayre’s ... Cinema much Beaula—stall much? . .. beautiful hair ... hot coffee and feet ... mermaids and castles in the sand ... loves little white things . .. sum¬ mers in Maryland ... best friend. DAVID REDFIELD I’m game . .. going to be a success ... great card player ... pigeon ... Walter ... bird ... Roger’s Bar and Grill ... Shake’s house Junior College bound (maybe) Oakland, Fairfield ... 2 tunas and a coffee frappe ... one of the Co-op boys ... ' 59 Ford ... horror mo¬ biles ... strangers in the night ... head-on ... going to Nausett. HELENE PUSICK Sassamon Literary ' Staff (Newspaper) 3, 4; Pep Club 3; American Field Service Club 3, 4; Art dub 4: Dramatics Club ?. 4: French Newspaper Le Petit Echo’ 2; Ex¬ ecutive Board 3; Senior Piiv Chairman of Proa: Publicity Com¬ mittee 3: Editor-in-chief of Yearbook 4; Sassa- mon Art Editor 3, 4; Saoe Hawkins Deco- nti o at Committee 3, 4; QyioBto of " Rain- mtket " Pr o p er t y Com- KATHLEEN M. REEVES RICHARD QUINCHON Radio Cub 2, 3, 4; Scienc e lab Aid 3 LINDA RAFTERY . • i Athletic Associa¬ tion 2; Pep Club 4; Orchestra 4; Senior PLz™ or Committees 4; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2. DAVID REDFIELD Usher a: Thanksgiving Football game; Hockey 2. Soccer 3; Golf 3- DEBBIE REID Barp . . . Chop-chop ’... air-mail ... loves a certain sailor California bound always smiling ... I said . . . seen with Kathy and Denise .. . expressive eyes Zayre ' s ... toothpicks ... Mickey ... Ash¬ land ... Framingham ... wedding bells in June ... WILD THING!! JUSTIN QUINN Boston_boots ... I don ' t smoke! ... what? _Weston ... a head _hey! let’s skip! ... less than 89 ... what license? ... Europe _ straight ? ... oh, wc w! ... a certain madness. JANET RICHARDSON Friendlies those weekend nights ... Jordans ... West Dennis _ vanilla cokes and " our french fries " ... throwing acorns, stones and branches at 5:30 a.m. ... teacher’s pet ... " speed freak” ... an¬ other cigarette? ... a certain " Rabbit” Jordan’s parking lot ... a true friend ... the ski trip ... " mid¬ night confessions” .. . flirt much? . .. Lowell . . . fun to be with. PAMELA RICHARDSON Pep Club 2; Spanish Club 4. VICTORIA RICKS Safety Patrol 4; Com¬ petitive Speech 3, 4; Debating 2; Prom Committee 2. NANCY REDIKER N a n c i e ... from Framingham North . . . : range peel . . . shy at first ... vivacious . .. happy .. . gullible .. . has pretty eyes kkes blue ... art sewing . . . and the songs . .. Love Child and Cherish . .. loves motorcycles . . . conceit is ugly . .. hairdresser .. silver bridge ... Wallex . . . memories of Miami! PAMELA RICHARDSON Pam .. . " Slow down; will you?” ... A cer¬ tain Westwood boy . .. Penelope . . . Marsh¬ field Summers ... boats ... beach ... fun ... A cold De¬ cember Day .. . Blue Eyes ... Hates dark, wet, foggy nites .. . waves to telephone poles?!! ... 4 10 of a mile ... Blue Zoo Inmate .. . Love—Col¬ lege Bound. GREGORY REGAN Thunder .. . East Na¬ tick ... certain sopho¬ more girl ... no rivers shy much Hampton Beach " I’m starved!” ... New Year’s ’68? ... Wish I could dance.” . . tough on first gear! .. trackman ... Mass. Ave. . . . ladies man ( ?) ... sweaters . .. good kid . . . should go far. JONATHAN RICHMAN kiiip VICTORIA RICKS Fantastic ... ski r-atrol at Killington ... :be " Great” Debater Bombay curry and Ka- soondie chutney .. 1 m JL lost my head!” Richard M. Nixon Club ... cheerio! Far JOHN RICE Uncle Ben .. . Mon¬ day mornings ... " It doesn’t bother me.” ... boots . . . electric yo¬ yo ' s . . . freight train ... " What sideburns?” ultra-cynical Go away.” .. . Boston Charles St. ... paranoid much? ... football ... fribbles ... WBCN ... Tm tired.” ... Coast Guard Academy? . .. oceanographer . . . Good Luck!!! DIANE RIGBY Riggs . . . those sounds of silence . . . dream much . .. four-eyes for¬ ever ... back yard summers .. . C.W. . .. hang it up ... have trouble finding the key¬ hole ... A.F.A. Hall . .. airline stewardess .. . not a care in the world .. . Friday nites with Timmy . . . Hello, it ' s me ... Best of luck. ' •til: ' ' Wmi . y ELIZABETH RINGEF. Hip ... " Bith” . . . Grand Assembly Jordans . . . tennis star ... mystery ' ride .. . the murder ... " I m tired!” ... the HS sign!! ... President . . . freckles . .. food .. . Nova Scotia Maine . . . Rainbo . . . stomach’s un ' imited dental hygienist ... good luck!! DARA ROBERTS " Dari " ... happy ... keep smiling Howdy guy ... Falcon flop ... Navy bound ? ? ? ... weekend nights .. . " she’ll never know!” ... skip many meetings? ... ’67 Rainbow State Ball ... " Gotta find the bull. " ... straws ... sew what? ... tra-la-la ... California here I come! JOYCE ROBBLEE Pub • • • 60 South Natick Chevy " Don’t get hurt. " ... M.S. Lights on moon ... purple ... to be wild. " .., much . " Born ... flirt talk much? angel cake ... interests in Wayland ... In love ... college Jim ... Plum Island Beach Bum ... foggy nights ... giddy ... nice smile ... keep your shirt on, will ya? ... fun to be with ... friend to all. GEORGE RODOPOULOS Uncle George ... plans army then computer programming ... " 63” Dodge ... favorite food—spaghetti travel in summer ... red and blue . .. per¬ sonality. DONALD ROGERS Don ... " Old Lady " .. . " Unde Fester” ... hopes to be a sports announcer ... Co-op Friday night at Shakes .. . Hawaii ... produce ... flood¬ hunting ... Red Sox ... roller skating ... had a nice car ... sleeper ... one of the original Hell ' s Angels. « DARA ROBERTS Sassamon Literary Staff 4; Clinic Aids 4; Pep Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; A Capella 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 4; Glee Club 2; Senior Play or Committees 4. TATIANA ROODKOWSKY Competitive Speech Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; American Field Service 4; French Club 4; Senior Class Play Committee 4. ROB ERT ROSE Biology 2; Photography Club (Science) 3, 4; Basketball 2. TATIANA ROODKOWSKY " Teddie " ... political prodigy ... a kaleido¬ scope of ideas ... ob¬ stinately illogical profound (?) state¬ ments . . . that Russian fur coat and short, short hair ... " defi¬ nitely " ... supersti- t i o u s supernaturalist .. . borrowed typewrit¬ ers ... " You mean she actually made the bus today?! " ... absent- minded _ trips to Bcwdotn SL ... " Nild- tbon. ROBERT ROSE Bob ... hopes college . . . drives a Ford .. . blue ... loves the Cape ... bowling ... friendly . .. quiet. WILLIAM ROBINSON West Harwich ... Band ... Trumpet ... Planetarium ... ’63 Cutlass ... M.E. ... L.T.I. .. Photo Club. JOHN ROWES John _ 55 Chevy. whanna run it! _ The Ascots ... Old Country Read ... Da- mari ' s ... Where’s Gar? ... Let ' s eat out ... What me drink??? ... 69 ... Benny’s ... College bound ... In the zone. year ... one or _e guys ... fun to be widr card player ... good luck in every thing yea; do. I JOHN ROWEN Football 3. ROBERT RUBIN Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Future Scientists of I America 3, 4; Photog¬ raphy Club (Science) 4; Language Laboratory ’ Technician 3, 4; French Newspaper " Le Petit Echo” 2; Planetarium Aide 2, 3, 4; Gymnas¬ tics 4. ROBERT RUBIN Joe Photo — cold hambtiit- . .. summers in N. H Who’s driving? ... college engineer .. astronomy Wellesley College Or- UV — G period servatory Meetings it out .. Dodge aza ... Aw. Mr. J Seen w — Bretts ... Good luck r-fSZC iZ • - —: -JT • ; eear that CHRISTINE RYAN Chris . .. Barrel .. stitch in time ... cold December day- watch that low A W the week that was Marshfield much he blew his mind stops in Sherbort: where’s Sue? nights . .. one girls. Nr EILEEN ROSS Eileen . .. " Turtle” inner court . .. Barbara future Zayre . .. Streisand psychologist ... " You’re a senior??” . . . Mr. Fillede’s social secretary . .. " What now?” . . . 2nd lunch ... " Where’s Joanne?’” ... " We’re going to get killed!” ... A certain note ... Harry Cat ... a tall sopho¬ more and a short sen¬ ior? PATRICIA SALVETTI Pat .. . South Natick . . . interests in Water- town . . . cute . . . quiet . . . fun to be with . .. Monday and Wednes¬ day nights things go better with coke . . . Mickey Mouse . . . ab¬ sent, who me? . . . the hopeless searches for a cert ain policeman best of luck in the future. DEBORAH SALVIN ' Debbie . . . Ive had it!” ... triad ... cm the road again ... is ready to listen where’s Gnossos? open mind . .. always real .. . good driicr- hang on! . . . loves bare feet . . . . happi future baby, be friends with you. matics Club 2, 3 2; Orchestra 2. m 7 :. : y V : Sccchhultz ... gener¬ ous ? . .. hemi-powered Volks ... front seat??? Montreal ... St. Catherine St. ... sec¬ ond gear, Cape, and Jerome gang . Intervale N. upper academic big ap sew much? beautiful petite hair Love how boy’s room you love me dious ? ? ? talkative Friday?? . . . and packy suds, Wayne and cheese twists Pond and Squeaky ... Wellesley game ... fat Mark ... Res. Road ... treat friend _ promising friendly Hampton Fitchburg ' s Beach loss. Natick ' s gain bit brother college bound good luck al GAIL SANDERSON " Perry Mason " ... ways absent ... Rar .. . great kid . . . Wi diamond ? ... era best friend lots of always ... lots of laughs Panda . .. South Street . .. What acci¬ dent? MARYLOU SANTORO Noon . . . you fool! . . . Taxi Plymouth .. . curb bumper ... Billy in love ... Dairy Queen .. . cute ... Whip Lip ... funny kid . . . skinny legs . .. M.S. lights on moon ... Bucks ... Italian But why? convent bound .. . fly¬ ing doors ... little herbs . .. foggy nights ... Chinese food. JOHN SAUNDERS " Line " (Mod Squad) ... soul brother ... got a butt? ... " 68 " Javelin ... " We won’t go into it.” ... Laurie ... " There’s a place for us " ... Sax ... Independent personality ... the front office ... Bill Cosby ... Navy bound. WILLIAM SCHMEISSER Rabbit ... a quiet, clean-cut guy ... likes girls . .. drives a cool, portable V.W. ... va¬ cations in Miami ... seen around with Paula ... Star Market’s right-hand man best of luck. 7 : m W ■ v itm " ' WILLIAM SCHULTZ PATRICIA SCHORR V •| A I A r lM M. SHEILA SCANLAN Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Tennis 3, 4. LOUIS SCHORR American Field Service Club 3; A Capella 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4. LINDA SCIANNA Business Service Club 4. Shorsi ... pitter, patter ... cute ... beef stroganoff . .. future in physical education ... always walking SHARON SARADNICK PATRICIA SCHORR Senior Play or Commit¬ tees 4; Glee Club 3, 4; American Field Service 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; A Capella 4. Gymnastics 2. 3: Dra- nd . - . _lee Club 3; Thanksgiving Dance 3; Junior-Senior Relay 3; Basketball 2, 3; Gymnastics 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Junior- Senior Basketball 3. SHARON SARADMCK Shar .. beautiful ►mi v ■ L LLLAJ1 v smile the great five months ... Waltham boys ... B.L mixers ... Cape ... the Army guys ... folk music ... many crushes . .. George ... where do I go ? ... Grahm ... diets ... the other Sharon ... gullible much? " 67” New Year’s party ... the all-nighter ... fortune telling many friends. ... bocni for Fram- jneham State_ next right? _ that yam ... Woolworths ... beautiful red hair ... Thanksgiving Day game ... future teacher ... school spirit ... De Co lores .. . best of luck. LAURIE SCRIVEN " Julie” (Mod Squad) _cute_ " tell me ... " Where’s Jc-in? There ' s a place for cs” _ Drive In_-ikes ducks ... an school ... Bill Cosby . . . soul sister ... " oh. coese on” ... babvsits fuli m time) ... constantly laughing ... p.renr " don’t drive so fast-” M. SHEILA SCANLAN S f rawberry blonde ... green eyes ... freckles ... I don’t believe that happened!!! ... Hampton ... " The Rex” .. . those stairs do look steep! ... many horror shows . . . one of the girls ... parties .... blushes beautifully ... about that laugh ... younger girl . .. " There ought to be a law” ... sin¬ cere . .. should go far. SUSAN SHARFF Sue . . . daisies silly ideas ? . .. yellow ... loves cards snoopy forever ... " I will” ... Block Party ... Dream Book Bon¬ nie Clyde ... Wed¬ nesdays at Nantas- ket . .. Tuna fish sand¬ wich ... one last Tem¬ pest ... barefoot ... Tell me exactly what happened! ... Re¬ member when . .. Red Sox . .. Sunshine Sat¬ urdays ... sincere ... de Colores. LOUIS SCHORR Shorsiee ... nose ... future in music educa¬ tion ... New Bedford ... yeh, you are!! ... " To Sir, With Love” .. . yeh, I am!!! talka¬ tive ... Fitchburg . .. little sister ... lovable ... beef stroganoff ... plays a swinging sax ... fun to be with ... personality plus humorous ... college bound .. . sure to suc¬ ceed. DAVE SHEEHAN Bones ... friend of Chief Shea’s .. . hole in the wall ... what license? plans much! ... Chevy . .. 4M ... MacDonalds ... That’s close ... speed kills . .. doesn’t tango . . . wrestling team . ., of¬ ten seen in a Fal¬ con . .. very shy ... jumps on beds ... FBI ... mucho money ... sister’s English ... who irons shirts? ... Natick Drive-In future architect. MARIE SCIRETTA National Honor Society 3, 4; Business Service Club 3, 4; Guidance Library Aide 3, 4; Future Teachers o f America 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; American Field Service 3; French Newspaper " Le Petit Echo” 2. SUSAN SHARFF Pep Club 2, 3, 4; American Field Service Club 4; A Cappella 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Prom Committee 3; Cotillion Committee 4; Senior Play Usher 4; Yearbook Subscription Committee 4. BURTON SHEPPARD Student Council 2, 3, 4 (President); Executive Board 2 (President); Executive Board 3 (President); Cross Country 2, 3; " N " Club 4; Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Trade 2, 3; National Honor So¬ ciety 3, 4; Sassamor. Staff 2, 3, 4 (Sports Editor); Safety Ptfral 3, 4 (Commissioner); Student-Faculrv Com- m mittee 4; Athletic Ad¬ visory Board 4; Na¬ tional Delegate-Eastem Mass. Division of Stu¬ dent Councils. LINDA SCI ANN A Lyn . .. " How’s the car?” ... future secre¬ tary .. . blue eyes ... seen at McDonalds ... Hamburgers . . . Wool- worths . . . " Dad, can I take the car? " ... good driver . .. sure to suc¬ ceed. BURTON D. SHEPPARD Duper” .. ’29 " Buddy” . . . ... " Stride” D o d g e -Rum-Runner enjoys Kandy Land-speed record ... everything backwards . . . good joke teller ... thumb squad ... potential track star ... all the news not fit to print ... E.A.T. ... student chief executive Bonnie Clyde . .. politician mono ... yuk yuk yuk ... in a zone of his own t» U.” MALCOM SIEGEL Mai .. . Marat — Regional office Harvard hopes . .. take me to Worcester — " wanna double?” ... gymnastics ... I m a regional officer flashing smile Glenn Mai ... 3 musketeers ... ambi¬ tious ... that island in Maine ... " where ' s thumb pick?” ... I shouldn’t have let you m in” ... don ' t smoke in my car ... Pledge — ever onward. BARRY SILVERMAN Natick’s London Lee ... nice cars, women and wine ... Filene’s ... Ma Frickert ... Cocoa Black ... surf¬ ing ... Hampton ... milk at Benny’s ... Buicks ... ski trips to Canada ... business tycoon. REBECCA SIMMS Stretch woman ... pre¬ fers pickles to olives ... Zippers much? in¬ terests at U. Mass. ... party goer ... one of the hellions ... my pal ... party at the fort shot down Ahoo ... little flirt ... seen driving in ditches ... heard the rumor? ... former Friendly girl. REBECCA SIMMS Guidance Library Aids 4; Pep Club 4; Band 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 2; Softball 2. SUSAN PAULA SIMONS Sassamon Literary Staff 4; Guidance Library Aid 3; Instructional Materials Center Aid 2, 4; Future Teachers of America 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Senior Class Play Committee 2. BERNIE SINCLAIR Cafeteria Marshall 4; " N” Club 4; Football 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4. CARLA SKINDER Clinic Aid 3; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Medical Careers Club 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 4; Gymnas¬ tics 2. CARLA SKINDER Carlotta . .. Penelope Jones . .. Jink ... sick ' 65 Simca ... beautiful smile ... 2:30 A M. ... Augie ... 24 ... the road . . . who step¬ ped in it??? . .. Hamp¬ ton .. accident prone ... who needs wind¬ shield wipers ? ? ? ... spiders . . . animal doc¬ tor ... 13 scrambled eggs ... Cinema much??? ... Boston breakfasts ... never cries ... there goes my car ’!! ... mer¬ maids and castles ... ; altars . . KEN SLAUTA " Peter” (Mod Squad) .. . " Saunder’s I’ll kill you if” ... Friendly ' s ... Natick Labs ... lounge . . . cordouox the girl at the moment ... ”66” GTO .. . D period ... cof¬ fee breaks ... carefree ... talkative .. future in electronics. Ifc dom Lawrence Academy loves green eves w three hamburgers oh, those puns! sweet and sincere one of the girls. up with everything ... Cape ... Europe ... wait ’till nywhere . . ext summer SUSAN PAULA SIMONS Thuthie . .. Good Grief! ... love mobile . . . that was the week that was . . . Where’s Chris ... the great pumpkin . . . walks in . flirt super dives ... Merry Thrithmas ... A W ... oh, that walk .. . summer stops in one of the SARA SNOW Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 4; Science Lab¬ oratory Technician 2, 4; L anguage Laboratory Technicians 2, 3; French Newspaper " Le Petit Echo” 2, 3; Stu¬ dent Council 4. Dor ... that long ... Madame le 1 dent . .. brief mee . . . Rainbow ... cents worth of gas C7 last seen on a m cycle ... blushes sincerity ... V Italian ... UNH Dave. snow GEORGE SOLLOWS Biology Lab Assistant 3, 4. Sherborn girls. DOREEN SORABELLA Student Council 2, 4; Sassamon Literary Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Instruction Materials Center Aid 2; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2; French Club 2, 3; French Newspaper ' Le Petit Echo’ 2; Ex¬ ecutive Board 3- BERNIE SINCLAIR NARD” .. . vegetable ... Weezle . .. popu¬ lar ... quiet ... good lookin ... little kid King of Squash End ... friend named Ed ... the bomber .. . if I were a carpenter ... remembers Victor’s party . . . great basket¬ ball player . . . caught by Don at the Oaks . .. alias Peter Porter ... little wolf. LEROY SOWELL Roy ... 58 Ra .. . Gayle ... terrible man ... ghetti ... wood ing talents ... Red Sox fan ... . .. service bounc good luck. STILLMAN SPRAGUE Sue ... F Reservoir ... guitar . ian Marimba diving ing . AARON SPILLER Aaron ... always laughing loudly great kid to be with ... energetic ... sum¬ mer vacations on Cape Cod ... Europe after graduation ... travel around the world .. . Natick ... his home forever. EDWARD D. SMITH Honors F KATHLEEN A. STEVENS Guidance Library Aid 4; Future Teachers of America 2; Girl’s Ath¬ letic Assoc. 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Softball 2 . EILEEN M. SULLIVAN Safety Patrol 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 1, 4; Senior Play or Committees 4; Cotil¬ lion Committees 4. PAUL R. SULLIVAN • National Honor Society 3, 4; Future Scientists of America 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Science Laboratory Technicians 3, 4; French Newspaper ' Le Petit Echo’ 2; Glee Club 3. JAY A. SWARTZ National Honor Society 3, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; ’N’ Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4. ELAINE M. SWEENEY Business Service Club 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play and Com¬ mittee 2. SANDRA H. SYMONDS Business Service Club 3, 4; Guidance Library Aids 4; Instructional Materials Center Aid 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Execu¬ tive Board 4; Senior Play or Committees 4; Prom Committees 3. SOPHIE M. SZPAKOWSKA Pep Club 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4. EUGENE C. TALVY Spanish Club 2. NINA TARTAKOFF Clinic Aid 4; Guidance Library Aids 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; American Field Service Club 3; Science Library Technician 4; Homemaking Club 4; Prom Committees 3; Physical Education Aid 4. KATHLEEN A. STEVENS Mama Kas ... one of the Hellions ... party at the fort ... F.B.I. ... likes to tango ... Bessmobile ... many horror shows ... Har¬ vard Square sandpit ... rather fight than switch ... foundations ... 20 and 10 ... one of Squeak’s squawks ... crash ... Friendly’s . .. It’s a lovely day. JAY A. SWARTZ You brownie ... pesty ... 708 ... talkative ... Big Mac ... weird sense of humor ... moccasins phone squad N.H.S. study ... a fan in the devil’s office .. . mons¬ ky man ... Brookline ... first doubles ... speak . . . Northeastern . .. future bound. ELAINE M. SWEENEY Lane ... I’ve got the car ... Mustang ... Sears, Christmas only ... Football games ... those football parties? ... $.48 ... Aquinas bound ... Natick ... jeans ... MacDonald’s .. nervous car great personality secretarial school . .. nights out with the girls ... football play- ers ... peppy ... that night subs. and meatball SOPHIE M. SZPAKOWSKA Montreal ... talkative ... S S ... light my fire ... Sears ... Lake Cochituate ... black ... Ali Akbar Kape ... Woolworths’ Trio ... too much ... ’64 Valiant . .. individual ... Rocky Racoon ... creative ... college bound ... Boston _ Soph ... good luck — unique ... incense ... Hey Jude. EUGENE C. TALVY Charlie ... ’64 Chevy ... loves the girls ... Dennisport ... Star Deli ... college bound ... wolfman ... lefty ... N. E. Dragway ... Those summer parties ... Thinker!!! EILEEN M. SULLIVAN ' Bird ’ ... dimples ... Nantucket ... Dux bury summers ... Cheerleader ... Friendly’s ... midnight swim in the Charles ... Christmastime .. he set me straight ... fickle ... cute Marconi’s ... Bird mobile ... Easter Sun day ... driver Those carbon copies ... spooky . . . Wind Song ... one of the girls. ELIZABETH TAYLOR I . rmrrv Oh Right ... Really ! !... Chi- nese food ... hazel eyes ... good person¬ ality _ blue _ John Leach ... friend¬ ly ... Liz ... Betty ... Maine ... bathing suit. Charle’s_locz brisk walks to school — redhead _ shy — good luck. NANCY SWAIN Swainey ... Zoon ... Beautiful” clothes ..; big blue eyes ... petite and tuff all over ... owns Nantucket ... I have my license ? ... say please ... Where were you that night? ... one of the girls . .. Grand Larceny ... ? Snapper- ... A.A.A. . .. Instant Ma¬ jorette . . . Airlines. PAUL W. THOMPSON " Little Chopper” ’58 Ford . .. always smiling ... Those sum¬ mers in Vermont ... cafeteria marshall ... after the rally venture into Wellesley weekends in New Hampshire ... friendly with everybody! ... always down at Friend¬ ly’s ... Pom flower tickets anybody? college hopefully ... Best of Luck! RICHARD P. THURSTON Dick ... drum major ... knows a lot aboot cars ... ' 55 Chew_ great personality Friday nights at Hap s ... often seen with Are and Geoff _ Signs . .. college bound_ best of luck in everr- thing you do. SANDRA H. SYMONDS Bones ... Lost her cow bell ... one of the hellions ... party at the fort ... fire drills ... scratched by a kitten ... speed kills ... Camaro lover ... little indian nose ... Black canoe U. Mass. ... vanilla cokes ... fickle . .. loves to dance ... nice clothes ... heard it through the grapevine. SUSAN K. TIBERIO Lolita ... turtle soup ... Reggie ... myrrh " There’s small choice in rotten apples” ... feet of the evening ... a small token of my steam” ... Buda¬ pest ... softshoeing it down Broadway Hungarian minstrels ... Latvia ? ... Egyp¬ tian sword-swallowers ... " I may not be a Spanish dancer, but I certainly know my on¬ ions.” NINA R. TARTAKOFF Richie . .. pickles and ice cream ... 822 Huntington Ave. ... forever sewing W e llesley Friendly’s ... college bound ... physical therapy ... summers in Maine ... very friendly ... good personality ... two faced people, ech! ... athletic. JIM S. TOMASETTI Butch ... J.T. ... let’s go to the Cape ... a member of the red blue goal post commit¬ tee ... a day in Fram¬ ingham South High ... one of the boys ... eye doctor appointments ... that night down Duxbury ... a great softball player ... skip class much ... let’s go to the auditorium ... great cheerleader ... class clown ... good luck always. DENNIS A. TETRAULT Football 2, 3, 4; Base¬ ball 2; Indoor Track 3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4. PAUL W. THOMPSON Cafeteria Marshall 3, 4; Language Laboratory Technician 2, 3; Execu¬ tive Board 2; Senior Play or Committees 4. RICHARD P. THURSTON Band 3, 4. SUSAN K. TIBERIO Competitive Speech 4; Planetarium Aid 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Dr ama¬ tics Club 4; A.F.S. 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Photog¬ raphy Club 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Yearbook Art Committee 3, 4; Art Club 4. JIM S. TOMASETTI Cafeteria Marshall 4; " N” Club 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 3, 4. VICTOR TORTI " Tort” ... " 56” • • • The mouth • • • loves Italian food • • • " My name is ... Ah,” ) • • those green eyes • • • friendly ... F Troop ... Wed. A. period study ... snores a lot at Stan’s ... those Sat¬ urday nights!! ... one of the West Natick boys ... Aviation bound ... Good Luck to one of the BEST. KATHERINE TOWER Sincere ... serious but friendly . .. nice smile ... even with chipped teeth kites pandas . .. music boxes ... raspberry turnovers ... " I wish it would snow!” ... " spiff” ... Dave. LAWRENCE TOZIER KATHE TRABUCCO Miss Roxbury ... loves Duke and Aristophanes ... Where’s Fitz ?” ... Squam Lake ... Au¬ gust 18th ... her dia¬ mond ... jello sheriff of the house ... re¬ members the days at Rex ... De Colores ... forever the " new girl " ... wants to thank Miss B. and Mr. H. ... left her shell at last. VICTOR TORTI Student Council 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Out¬ door Track 3, 4. KATHERINE TOWER National Honor Society 3, 4; Biology 4; Gym¬ nastics Club 2, 3; Great Books Club 3; Creative Writing Club 2; French Newspaper ' Le Petit Echo’ 3; Executive Board 3, 4; Prom Com¬ mittees 3. RUTH TOWNSEND Student Council 2, 3; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Associa¬ tion 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 2, 3, 4; Prom Committees 3; Basket¬ ball 2; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4. GRACE TRAVERS Band 4; Orchestra 4. WILLIAM TRIPP Language Laboratory Technicians 3. FAUSTO TRUBIANO Football 2; Soccer 3, 4. KATHLEEN S. TRAINOR Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 3, 4; Sas¬ samon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 3, 4; Bi¬ ology 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; American Field Service Club 3; Art Club 4; Photography Club (Science) 4; Stagecraft Club 4; Sen¬ ior Play 4; Planetarium Aide 3, 4. WILLIAM TRIPP Ace ... friend to all ... shy ... cars ... 63 green Chevy ... Suno¬ co ... Waterskiing ... trips to the Cape ... crush on senior girl ... always seen with Dick and Geoff ... College bound ... Will go far ... Good Luck. KATHLEEN S. TRAINOR Made in U.S.A. ... Manfrog ... kibuki ... fox ... tweedle dum ... tulip Unamerican Revue ta daa ... Iric ... Hall of Delight and Lon¬ gevity ... Mickey Mouse ... Jeromie ... Afghanistan ... fertil¬ ity rites ... sorry folks, no tap. ■LTH TOWNSEND 5-iev ... hockey ga m es ... two hours to rr. down a mountain? black coffee and icir.ze s ... Bookstore . . Chinese fire drills . . Big Ben .. . York reach ... red gravel . silver mints . .. wind song ... Rainbow . Rootie! . .. C’est La vie ... jumping rope n the corridors? ... r tld hockey ... I cut —t hair! ... warmth a friend to cherish Shears. DIANNE ULRICH " Molski” ... " Rich’ ' beautiful brown eyes ... sincere ... laugh much??? Where’s Paula loves the Navy ... temper! ... Sept. 2 ... Paula, hurry . . . Vista? my license Coolidge gang weekend at Duxbury Cambridge " Right’’ ... brothers me off ... what a camper ... Lush ... HA . .. those poems walk much ... Sounds of Silence ... little things mean a lot D C • • • A- ' • V • GRACE TRAVERS Grace ... Montreal . P-town ... certain n station attendant Child World ... r_r.ner . .. Funny girl .. when are we going skiing? ... Concerts in Cambridge ... model¬ ing ... school Funny Love. KATHLEEN ANN VALENTINE KV ... green Volks¬ wagen ... came to us twice from Connecticut Part Two Bonnie and Clyde ... boys from Northeastern ... McDonald’s after school . .i cheeseburg¬ ers ... talks with Sara ... sincere ... beauti¬ ful hair ... Holiday Inn ... lives for the weekends ... flirt ... never a dull moment ... Good Luck . DIANNE ULRICH Sassamon Literary Staff (Yearbook) 4; Business Service Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Homemaking Club 2 ; Executive Club 4; Senior Play 4. KATHLEEN ANN VALENTINE Gymnastics 2 ; Girls Athletic Association 2 , 3, 4; Pep Club 2 ; Science Laboratory Technician 3; Basket¬ ball 2 ; Gymnastics 2 . ANTHONY VALLE Football 2 , 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 2 . EDDIE VALLE Football 2 ; Indoor Track 2 , 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2 , 3, 4; Gymnas¬ tics 2 , 3; N’ Club 3. 4. FAUSTO TRUBIANO Tuck ... Benny’s ... :u:h Street ... " just : _ e more” ... Italy 1963 ... frostee treat ... Italy 1970 Bruno’s successor ... Me Fausto, you Jane . .. All nighters ... :::en seen at Friendlys, :: is it the Foresters Cub??? 61 Pontiac ... 9 lives ... soccer it to ... accident prone . . " 3 A.M. What? I:’s still early” ... Fat B 37 ... sociable ... :: en seen on Valley •load ... member of Italian Communist Parry .... History teacher. ANTHONY VALLE Tony . .. Meryl, wed¬ ding bells .. . Foresters ... College ... Benny’s ... Belly ... often seen with Hendy, Dooser or Fausto ... Winston taste good ... loves tiger ... Will you buy??? nice ankle ... A certain Apple ... Meryl’s forever. EDDIE VA Eddie not to work _Gold Fla: 1 ... N.Y.C .. times tour.c a: ... track m North Natick — sense of humor_fun to r e - with ... Best ct Luck in the future. U.COLE C. UBALDINO . Here ... Whitney field ... shy ... " 69” Mus¬ tang ... hot ’57 Chevy _I Italian ... Navy yard ... wonder bread — Co-op man vede much??? That’s wha: she said ... often ar er seen ... Good rder-d _ ambitious . .. college bound _ CHARLES E. VANDERWAAL, JR. DUH! ... collects Mr. Mac’s window poles where’s the party ? ? ? girls math scholar ... swim¬ ming ... likes cars and boats ... Good friend ... ' 59 Chevy Impala ... First Na¬ tional ... Good Luck! CHERYL VANGEL KYLE VAYDA Tass . . . Fourth Di¬ mension ... that Wel¬ lesley rally ... Bali (Hi) ... majorette ... lunchroom noises ... Cape Cod ... subma¬ rine races ... library F period . .. one of the gang ... Townie ... always talking . .. kind word for everyone ... Florida ... is never home ... best of luck in the future ... sure to succeed. JERRY VonRUEDEN Girl watcher ... cafe¬ teria much ... Nan¬ tucket always ... the master printer ... print shop forever ... the only Karman Ghia ... Navy bound ... C.W. ... Who needs connec¬ tions ? ? ? ANN WALK Annie ... skinny legs ... talk much? ... Dover boys Friendly ' s ... What should two do ? ... I got to talk to you ... Oh, Honey ... saves everything . .. Shop¬ pers World flower car ... 2nd lunch . . . rings on her fingers and bells on her toes ... Everyone’s friend ... Good Luck. ROBERT WALLACE KYLE VAYDA Majorette 4. JERRY VonRUEDEN Cafeteria Marshall 3, 4; Photography Club (In¬ dustrial Arts) 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Senior Play 4. JIM WADLEY Hockey 2. % ANN WALK Pep Club 4; Home¬ making Club 4. CYNTHIA WARE Sassamon Literary Staff (Newspaper) 3, 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; French Newspaper ’Le Petit Echo ' 2; Senior Play 4; Tennis 3. Walter ... " 65” Fal¬ con Sprint ... Mean machine . .. Never skips class ... New- ton-Wellesley much? ... Big racer ... Ex¬ track star ... Natick Health Club ... Future ROY WALTER Good marine friend £ : ■ n-L. CYNTHIA WARE Cindy ... oh ... rrrabbit ... dummy ... blunt amalgamated meatcutter at First Na¬ tional . .. yellow shirt ... happy ... dimples ... wide-eyed (when awake) ... I like peaches ? ... 2 ... with a little help from my friends ... no ketchup, everybody. TIM V AD LEY Jfaa — Sock it to me — $$$ _ Scout ' _ often seen at Hoar ' s ... Navy round _ Joyce _ Framingham ... per- s o n a 1 i t y plus ... rouble much??? the Cape ... how dry I am — Happy ... dish¬ washing expert Good Luck. LORNA WEBSTER Doooe ... that ' s dose _ Mr. Donut _ South St. ... loves East Natick _ Spencers ... Beautiful blonde ... Is it true blondes have more fun ? ... great personality green VW ... pink poodle ... Flirt much ... happy together ... he’ll never know ... Engaged ... Frank . .. you drive good, right? ... Good Luck Always. r« reactionary ... Gxc Luck lit « a LORNA WEBSTER Gymnastics Club 4; Ex¬ ecutive Board 2; Bas¬ ketball 2. JEFF WERLIN Future Scientists of America 3, 4; Biology 3, 4; French Newspaper ’Le Petit Echo’ 3; Ten¬ nis 3, 4. KEVIN WHELAN ’N’ Club 4; Executive Board 2; Golf 2, 3, 4. MARGIE WILLIAMS Band 2, 3, 4. JANET WHALEN What a Hunkie _ secretary ... Mouse ... MacDonald ' s — L.M.H. ... boys eyes ... has a great personality ... loves to drive . .. track _ likes everyone • • • ITiO ... blue .. . vivacious ... talkative ... roams around ... Summer ’6“ Tennis court dances_ what to do ... Friday the 13 th . .. J.W. . . you are too much! Scraps KEVIN WHELAN She must be hard of hearing ... PGA goLf ... losing on trip s . .. lush . .. Shake’s house ... college Amherst ... Strawber¬ ries ... Maxi-man .. . playing cards ... driv¬ ing cars ... flood- mobile ... Peggy . . MacArthur’s Park . .. blue ... wise guy . . . he’s game ... Plum Island . .. watching the elephants swim in Dug Pond. RICHARD BLAKE WATSON Dick ... Bush New Haven ... Ram- b’er ... Red Baron ... Nice hair . .. Sylvester Road ... likes a certain brunette .. .pet peeve is Albany, New York ... Freak strips this word ? ... shy ? ? ? ringers .. bass bound? green pork What means • • • • • ... Work ... magic 2 string C ol 1 e g e STEVEN WHITNEY Shy ... Good kid, fun to be with ... ' 61 Corvair ... Mr. Ben¬ nett’s E period U.S. history class ... I.R. class .. . History major ... College bound ... the mall ... that cer¬ tain girl .. . " Eli” ... Good Luck. MARGIE WILLIAMS That’s close ... see saw ... ' C’mon Down to My Boat” . .. Biff . . . clarinet . .. how about some pool ... perturbed ... Friday nite clams ... Fal¬ mouth .. . Spencer gifts ... take up the slack —hit it! organ ... West Side Story . .. blue velvet ... get a load of those crazy stockings. NANCY WILLIAMS Nance . . . cute and sweet ... Carlings at 5:00 A.M. . .. Crimson and Clover . . . whip by the bowling alley, Kath ... apartment 69 or ’70’ ... No place like home ... junior year and last summer ... long talks with Patty . .. tuna fish sandwich¬ es ... Friendly’s and Saturday nights one of six. JOHN WILLIAMSON Willie ... really classic Falcon ... finally learned ... the 135 ... Wellesley College ... scenic routes ... Willie ' s vents ... early curfew .... horror show at Nantasket ... Wil¬ lie’s B and G Friendly’s ... college bound. CHERYL WILSON Business Service Club 4; Instructional Mate¬ rials Center Aid 2 ; Pep Club 2 , 3, 4; Executive Board 2 , 4; Cheerleader 4. JOHN WILLIAMSON Science Laboratory Technicians 2; Basket¬ ball 3; Baseball 2. KIM WILLIAMSON Student Council 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; N ' Club 4; Ex¬ ecutive Board 4; I.R. Club 4; Football 2 , 3, Basketball 2 ; Base¬ ball 2 . ELIZABETH WODEYLA Redman 3, 4. EILEEN WOODS Business Service Club 4. CHERYLE WILSON Cha ... Capt. Cheer¬ leader ... ' 59 Stude- baker . .. personality plus ... smile knock it off ... hap¬ piest when eating ... have you seen Tom ? ... seen changing tires ... those brown eyes ... wanta run it? ... always has the right words ... and here’s Cheryle ... don’t get upset ... lititle things mean ... flirts with a certain gym teacher ... De Colores! . .. week¬ end at Duxbury ... lunch with Tom. DAVID WINTERS Dave . .. Physics ... District Band ... Bra- zilia Marimba ... al¬ ways groovin’ ... piano, trombone France ... good friend ... good luck. ADELAIDE WOISH Addy ... Italian sand¬ wiches ... always on time ... typing makeup ... quiet until 2:33 . .. future opera star? ... Europe this sum¬ mer ... in the pit ... absent again ... Did I turn the car lights off? ... Who locked the car keys in the car? EILEEN WOODS Shortie (5’) ... Dana ( 6 11 2 ”) ••• sure kid! ... secretary ... It’s Friday ... Coffee Shoppe . .. Harvard ... Green TR 3 ... hair ... pizza typist ... loves the ocean ... fun to be with ... New Hamp¬ shire ... guitar ... nutty. EM WILLIAMSON iWillie ... many school activities ... Free and Easy ... orange VW ... V.P. ... versatile _Kansas .. . West¬ ern accent ... 2 Tears ... blunt Honor Society ... sports ... bronchitis . ideas ... friends ; .. Mac’s ... laughs West Natick ... ■•here’s my name? ... one of the boys ... ... representative. ELIZABETH ANN WRIGHT Beth ... nothin’ . . . donkey . . . hates small parking spaces ... South Natick ... For t Lauderdale . .. hates to be tickled . . . like that kid much ? ... likes camping ... key punch operator ... always happy .. . nice eyes . .. nice smile . . . crumpled Dodge .. . Nauset ... Sears ... travels a lot ... smack. FRANK " RIGHT El gitano leginca_ airmail letters .. wind and orange suns z grape harvest _ finger for flamenco Che Gvavera boots . . Mohican . . . Gemini . . . make room. JIM WINKLER De Colores . .. Red hrw ... Let’s open the sunroof . .. Jordan Marsh ... Lives on crffee ... pet peeve, corning . . . always in Boston ... those parties at B.U. ... No -tnanks, I ' m gonna try to drive ... Peter, Paul, and Maty What? Monday al¬ ready! ... future in E.ication ... great at¬ tendance record good friend ... band I- - B.C. bound. RICHARD YOUNG Ace ... Earl the Pearl ... one of the " men” ... co-captain of Bas¬ ketball ... 33 ... swimming in Lake, Cochituate ... " Oh dummy, you know I wouldn’t” ... New Year’s Eve ... " you’re dreaming " ... college ... watch out for that pole ... one of NHS greatest. ELIZABETH WODEYLA Betsy . . . yellow sneak¬ ier ... I wish this car Hit seat belts ... quiet pistachios Thunderfeet ... two rmgs! ... college bound. SANDRA YOUNG Sandy ... Sam good friend .. . Petit Echo . .. " Hartford, I hope” . . . future teacher ... Davis Cup ... tennis ... " Joll Patrol " ... Springfield ... the sailor and the surfer ... cute Edie and Flo ... nick¬ names ... sculptures? ... short hair ... " Are you kiddin’ ?” .. Cape Cod . .. " See?” FRANK WRIGHT National Honor Society 3, 4; Safety Patrol 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; American Field Service Club 2; Public Speak¬ ing Club 3. 4; Crea¬ tive Writing Club 2; ' The Redman’ 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. RICHARD YOUNG Student Council 4; ’N’ Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. SANDRA YOUNG Safety Patrol 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Gymnastics Club 3; Homemaking Club 2; French Newspaper Le Petit Echo’ 4. PAULA ZANIBONI Art Club 4. [ REG WOODS die ... Harring- a Ridge road day nites ... Boston fun to be with ... en seen with Natale black hair .. . snap .ch ... pool player always a laugh. PAULA ZANIBONI Really?! ... art school ... snobby people .. . maybe college ... Evansville, Indiana ... steak .. . Zayre ... eyes ... ??? ... pretty ... blue Fairlane 500 . . .. basketball games ... Joann ... I’ve Gotta Be Me " ... all colors ... happy ... talkative . .. Framing¬ ham ... Cape. DEBBIE ZEULI Deb ... F-Eiehty-tives do go ... Homed Johnson ... that night at Hanscom Field . . Mustangs ... those Cape Cod dances Iordan Marsh ... zt- mr ways on time ... kr ts to dance _ that special Marine _ Enclish mur :.r zr.d cake .. . didn ' t ake it ' irrmnr? Kp td i ' Id 1 L f IV V dmV 4 f • f - • m 41 ' •n Vr i ( W • I • W - • 4 A v W 3 CHARLENE ZICKO ’•Charlie” get hurt anyone? ... Li l Em World . . sauerkraut Grooks Room Don’t .. Tennis brown ... .. Leslie’s Boston ... pie . In My Donavan ... Plymouth ... those walks on the beach ... college bound. LAURENE ZIEGLER Laurie . . . cut that out! . .. roller skating ... college ... Martha’s Vineyard ... straw¬ berry shortcake Filene’s ... knitting blue eyes swimming ... ’66 Ford Galaxie . .. basketball ... pink .. . Steve ... Scotty . .. talkative . .. camp ... looks ... enjoyable. MARJORIE ZOLL " Margie” ... Nights with the Boa ... 16th floor ... 4 a.m. movie . .. Stranded in Maine Thrown out of Florida ... Earthquake . . . Blemish . .. Thom McAnn’s girl ... Sup¬ pers at the sizzler ... Camp Patoma summers ... That green mus¬ tang . .. Taxi service ... Nantasket surf ... Comfort at Colliers? % " u i ilTnBn ' i |§l|r«| f m f sr-- 1 ■ r „ t.:’ - - • ■ ■ ' ■i SUSAN ZICKO " Sue” ... one of five . . . pretty . . . Fannie Farmers ... Bound for Framingham State ... fun to be with ... F period in the I.M.C. ... Hojo’s ... viva¬ cious ... bus rides home . .. beautiful clothes ... deserves only the best . .. teach¬ er ... " Zike” ... candy . . . tennis player ... Duxbury ... pretty blond hair . .. enjoys skiing ... FTA ... greatest secretary . . . always smiling good luck in the fu¬ ture. ALBERT ZIMMERMAN Ollie ... Harrington Ridge Road ... the best things in life come in sixes ... seriously? ... Cue and Cushion ... Scarborough Fair ... Where’d Paul go ... Hojo Man ... summers in Maine ... ’59 Ford. JOHN DETOMA JAMES FINNERAN MAUREEN JOHNSON KATHERYN McGARRY VIRGINIA NAGLES ROCCO ONORATO BRIAN ROBINSON JOHN SCOTT KATHLEEN OLSON PETER HENDERSON Hendy .. . plans to attend University of Saigon ... Forester’s Club forever ... likes H.P. . . . not fond of school ... loves trash ... super card shark ... wild Cape days ... park benches ... gain weight much ... of¬ ten seen with fat man. CHARLENE ZICKO Guidance Library Aids 4; Gymnastics Club 2 , 3; Girls’ Athletic As¬ sociation 3; Executive Board 2 ; Tennis 2 , 3, 4. SUSAN ZICKO Future Teachers of America 2 , 3, 4; Pep Club 2 , 3, 4; Executive Board 2 . LAUREEN ZIEGLER Guidance Library Aids 2 ; Future Teachers of America 3 , ' 4; Pep Club 2 , 3; French Club 3; American Field Service Club 2 , 3, 4; Executive Board 3; Basketball 3. MARJORIE ZOLL Business Service Club 4; Clinic Aids; Pep Club 3. Student Council First row: D. Fields, G. McNamara, K. Williamson, M. Luce, R. Raider, A. Imparato, S. Kendig, S. Imparato, J. Strong. Second row: S. Stolburg, M. Dear W. Richard, D. Young, D. Sorabella, N. Martin, A. Boyle, M. Gringeri, S. Landesman, D. Kopelman, D. Gurney, G. Whelan, J. Bartels, S. Jodice, P. Dab B. Gile, Miss Leavitt. Third row: M. Dennett, B. Welch, T. Chapman, W. Ramos, B. Finn, P. Dennett, S. Janiak, R. Young. Not present: B. Sheppard D. Casey, f. Dumas, A. Gilvarg. J. Glynn, J. Ray, B. Anastos, Y. Poirier, J. Green. S. Boyton, M. Dowd, D. Chiacchia. Front row: M. Mabardy, S. Janiak, T. Bamford, K. Williamson, B. McNamara, T. Fumia. Standing: S. Ball, K. Fagan, A. Lombardo, W. Richard, C. Wilson, S. Symonds, S. Sharff, N. Martin, R. Galvin, B. Morris, D, Ulrich, M. Breen, A. Boyle, E. Sullivan, P. Chagnon. ' V.V.- Senior Executive Board Junior Executive Board Kneeling: D. Kopelman, M. LaMaire, W. Lebowitz, K. Manthorne, K. Bocknek, S. Stolberg, D. Young, J. Sigalove. 2nd row: D. Fields, R. Hamilton, M. Dennett, W. Finn, R. Raider, A, Mason. 3rd row: G. Malloy, S. Landesman, S. Talis, J. Witten, D. Dunn, E. Fitzgerald, G. Beliveau, L. Butler, R. Scheufele, M. Dowd, B. Anastos, J. Mulligan, A. Hayes, P. Costello, N. Ambler. First row: R. Robblee, D. Cedrone, T. Lipka, P. Dennett. Second row: C. McCarthy, M. A. George, M. Rattigan, A. Breen, M. Bocknek, J. Schusterbauer, D. Chrisifulli, J. Third row: P. Channel, B. Cox, K. Sellew, P. Zicko, P. Huling, R. Lanzafame, D. G. Whelan, J. Marson, C. Hadden, M. Grady, M. Starr, D. Bartzak, K. Vorce. Miller, Tolland. Nichols, Sophomore Executive Board 89 m r- J w — •-¥ % » « J 4© ‘ " r a ' . 5 _ j a M. Bocknek, S. Jodice, P. Dennett, R. Robblee . 4 s% 1 34 f£r ‘V; : y Safety Patrol |M r i t m Kneeling: M. Cusack. M. Brenneman. T. Chapman, D. Casey, J. Swartz, J. Aresty. J. Linsky, W. Welch, J. Berke. N. Martin, S. Dalzell. A. Hayes. 2ks row: M. Jue, M. LeMaire, W. Richard, D. Kopelman, D. Sorabella, S. Young, C. Burnham, J. Witten, M. Dowd, N. Giannetti, K. McCole, C. Skindcr. K. Butler. B. Anastos. N. Ambler. B. Clapp, M. Breen, A. Boyle. E. Sullivan. 3rd rou: B. Sheppard, R. Raider, G. Davids, R. Cohen, E. Brown. D. Ab¬ bott. M. Dennett, G. McNamara. E Kaplan. D. HarvL A. biauriello, S. Mosher. W. Barber. D. Montgomery. R. Misiuk. M. Albert. r r:t row: F. Wright, B. Morris, J. Baines, K. Williamson, D. Sorabella, C. Ware, J. Aresty, P. Sullivan, Mr. Laverne. Second row: A. Defelice, E. Cor- .er. L. Herber, D. McKay, D. Ulrich, P. Marey, B. Levin, G. Malloy, L. Fine, M. Le Maire, M. Jue, S. Tolberg. Third row: M. Cobb, S. Szpakowska, 5. Bomstein, R. Galvin, L. Chanpion, M. Roodkowsky, B. Ringer, J. Laquidara, B. Sawyer, D. Gould, P. Kincare, P. Sandrew, M. McCaul, A. Hayes, S. Tabs, D. Kopelman. Fourth row: M. Dean, A. Gilvrag, B. Cohen, G. Davids, J. Werlin, M. Jones, S. Ceplikas, I. Kessel, W. Ramos, M. C Toole, M. Siegel, W. Richard, M. Heurth, B. Sheperd, D. Barbour, K. Butler, M. Scirretta, B. Clapp, S. Goldberg, K. Manthorne, S. Hill, D. Young, Raider, E. Fitzgerald, P. Armour, T. Shifrin, N. Springer. Fifth row: R. Bell, C. Lipka, P. Nickerson, J. Pownell, M. Brennerman, T. Cobb, K. Gross, A Simms, K. Doucette. R. Rubin, D. Harvi, M. Albert, S. Pagialiro, J. Swartz, S. Levine, M. Bresnick. 91 ■y- ' - Kneeling: B. Welch, M. Albert, M. Cusack, J. Aresty, C. Lipka, S. Fahey, A. Gilvarg, H. Pusick, L. Herber, B. Sheppard, M. Siegel. Standing: B. Morris, B, Levin, W. Lebowitz, L. Fine, M. Bradley, M. Epstein, N. Springer, R. Scheufele, K. Manthorne, E. Fitzgerald, S. Agostinelli, J. Witten, D. Dunn, A. Hayes, S. Mann, B. Clapp, W. Epstein, R. Cohen, W. Finn, G. Davids. fpIpW V ' mm Petit Echo Sitting: D. Woods, A. Channel, M. Dowd, V. Dill, P. Dennett, D. Cedrt Kneeling: C. Champion, S. Ross, C. Bengis. Standing: S. Young, B. Tolson Talis, Miss Buss (advisor), B. Levin (editor-in-chief). Sitting: F. Wright. Standing, left to right: V. Ricks Haves. B. Levin. ■MS ::- ■ Km . vsi.vvv. ; :ri-x-T ' - :• m mm m y.sk m W . SW swiS S " st- ■ HI : 5 v% ass 1 S 2 Mi Yearbook Subscription Committee Sitting: B. Cohen, W. Richard. Standing: M. Gordon, K. McLeod, L. Guay, M. Dean. Yearbook Art Committee Sitting: E. Cormier, R. Galvin, L. Herber, B. Morris. Standing: S. Dalzell, M. Gordon, M. Byrne, S. Mann, L. Champion, M. Cobb, K. McLeod. Stairs: M. Green, J. Glynn, M. Breen, D. Ulrich, D. Barbour. Yearbook Literary Staff m ■ m mm m yjyy z Standing: H. Pusick, L. Rowan, C. Cronin, K. Dye, R. Cohen Stairs: P. Nickerson, S. Tiberio, K. Trainor, J. Hayton. Missing: R. Bell, M. DiSavino, L. Cameron, A. Bartels. Editor in Chief .Helene Pusick Club Editor .Paula Nickerson Faculty Editor .Roberta Bell Senior Editor . Michele DiSavino Sports Editor .Linda Cameron Student Photographer .Robert Cohen ■■■ i % 93 •JV;... ' MM s mum am orse, S. Mann, K. Stevens, S. Malick, D. Young, E. Dunn, D. Niles, M. Sciretta, S. Zicko, W. Lebowitz, J. Freedman Library Aides ma D Beninat:, L. Holt, P. Hutchins, M. Bleakney, J. Helander, D. McKay, D. Barbour, R. Lanzafame, T. Roodkowsky, M. Howe, P. Costello, D. Young, 5 Ccher., K Bagiev. Stairs—Bottom to top: D. Gillan, M. Nitale, L. Roberts, J. Candlin, K. Stevens, D. Crisafulli, N. Hines, B. Lyons. J. Berke, T First row: R. Montgomery, A. Lindsky, E. Fumia, D. Sullivan, B. Sinclair, G. McNamara, K. Gingras, J. Lindsky, R. Young. Second row Chapman, B. McNamara, M. Brenneman, R. Mitchum, C. Augustini, P. Lindquist, T. Bamford, V. Torti. Third row: B. Hassig, D. Horton, J. Downs J. Swartz, S. JanTak, J. O ' Donr.ell, P. Leon, M. Wayland, S. Oldfield, G. Dziama, W. Barber, J. Bennett, K. Williamson, J. Ray, J. Bittle, R. Merson. L. Watts, D. Bartzak, C. Bonnell, K. Mangini, J. Muto, S. Augustinelli First row: E. Ross. E. Fitzgerald, J. Malcouronne, P. Morrill. Second Third row: B. Beliak, M. Bleakney, C. Duval, W. Vincent, C. Ahern, S. MaCambell Pep Club First row: B. Shapiro, M. Dean, D. Niles, F. Gillis, D. Kopelman, K. Stevens, J. Glynn, M. Breen, A. Boyle, D. Ulrich. Second row: B. Cohen, K. Goldberg, M. Fahey, M. Green, S. Chaet, E. Garcia, V. Irving, G. Quinton, D. Pepi. Third row: D. Young, E. Sweeney, M. Sciretta, E. Dunn, S. Zicko, W. Vincent, S. Agostinelli, J. Muto, C. Wilson, J. Crisafulli. Fourth row: S. Mann, S. Sawyer, S. Ceplikas, M. Burke, J. Mulligan, L. Rowan, C. Wheldon, S. Judd, S. Snow. First row: N. Ambler, S. Landesman, P. Costello, V. Dill D. Dunn J. Whitten, C. Penswick, L. Gillan, N. Martin. Business Service Seated: Eileen Woods, Linda Guay, Nancy Parsons. Rear: Miss Chellis, Anna Lombardo, Rosanne Ingemi, Debbie Connolly. Competitive Speech Seated: K. Carew, J. Freedman, T. Lipofsky, K. Vorse. D. Webber. Kneeling: R. Cohen, D. Montgomery, S. Brandt, W. Finn, J. Aresty, W. Welch, M. Albert, K. Williamson, F. Wright, D. Wormley. Standing: E. Carew, K. Croft, B. Levin, S. Mann, P. Mahoney, R. Scheufele, J. Franklin, V. Ricks, D. McKay, D. Bartzak, T. Roodkowsky, E. Brittain, Mr. Gerald Dyer, Miss Gale Marx, Mr. Richard Gaudette. Language Lab Technicians D. Fields, D. Woods, C. Campell, J. Polansky, A. Mason, S. Goldberg, D. Elinoff, president Future Scientist First row: H. Luftman, R. Rubin, M. Bresnick, R. Cohen, G. Feldman. Second Sawyer, D. Abbott, E. Brown, D. Golan, R. Valley. Mr. Bohannon, R. Elinoff, D. Elinoff, A. Yelsey, B row Kw Pep First row: B. Shapiro, M. Dean, D. Niles, F. Gillis, D. Kopelman, K. Stevens, J. Glynn, M. Breen, A. Boyle, D. Ulrich. Second row: B. Cohen, K. Goldberg, M. Fahey, M. Green, S. Chaet, E. Garcia, V. Irving, G. Quinton, D. Pepi. Third row: D. Young, E. Sweeney, M. Sciretta, E. Dunn, S. Zicko, W. Vincent, S. Agostinelli, J. Muto, C. Wilson, J. Crisafulli. Fourth row: S. Mann, S. Sawyer, S. Ceplikas, M. Burke, J. Mulligan, L. Rowan, C. Wheldon J. Whitten, C. Penswick, L. Gillan, N. Martin. S. Judd, S. Snow. First row: N. Ambler, S. Landesman, P. Costello, V. Dill, D. Dunn, Business Service Seated: Eileen Woods, Linda Guay, Nancy Parsons. Rear: Miss Chellis, Anna Lombardo, Rosanne Ingemi, Debbie Connolly. Gmpetitii e A re v ; jm ' if — - 1 -X-X- i _ ?. S- Brand;. W. Firm. J. Aresrr, W. Mahoney, R. Sdicnfek, J. Frmklm. V. kh M. D. ■» ' i «iiJ ■ I I 0. I !H £ ' ' • --•sT - i : S » ' •». 4 1 I i r. W vl t V. - -a x - X 1« - TjL w. -.1 .4k A.F.S. C £ F rj r ?u: K. Vorse. S. Dalzell, N. Springer, W. Lebowitz, W. Ramos, E. Cormier, B. Cohen, S. Malick. L. Fine. Second rou: L. Ziegler Decker. A. Mason, A. Charnel, K. Manthome, T. Scrinnokof, J. Heath, D. Abbot, J. Freedman. Third rou: M. Lemaire, T. Thomas, E. Ahen Morev M. Cobb. B. Sawyer. A. Gilvare. I. Franklyn, I. Barnes. B. Clapp, C. Hadden, C. Bengis, K. Feely, M. Jue. ■ ' » r f If W J ■ : : m? ' -‘ a., v ! ' iSt tL fi ■Vy.Xx :■ French Club First row: R. Cohen, G. David, M. Albert, M. Siegel, F. Wright, T. Schifrin, A. Channel, D. Cedrone. Second row: C. Champion, C. Bengis, C Cormier, M. Lemaire, B. Sawyer, L. Champion, K. Cunnif, N. Springer, K. Mangini, J. Barnes, C. Ware, B. Clapp, P. Balcom, B. Tolson, V. Tilmin, Mr. Gaudette. v Great Books Club J. Aresty, D. Bartzak, M. Howe, D. Cedrone, Mr. Wooley Debating Team W. Lebowitz, P. Balcom, R. Anstey, T. Skrinnikov, L. Cham¬ pion, J. Barnes, B. Morris. 101 Art Club Sitting: W. Epstein, L. Wiltenburg, Mr. Buck, R. Lanzofame, J. Helander, D. Richards, J. Hayton, K. Bagley, A. Colin, M. Epstein, S. Mann. Standing: K. MacLoed, R. Anstey, S. Tiberio, P. Nickerson, M. O’Toole, D. Pepi, D. Kosowski, G. Quintin, K. Trainor, S. Tiberio, H. Pusick, B. Decker. Photo Club Sitting: D. Phillips, K. Trainor. R. Rubin. Sibl¬ ing: Mr. Jameson, advisor, W. McKenzie. A Hurvitz, D. Cedrone, M. Cobb, S. Tiberic, N Flood, D. Elinoff, R. Elinoff. Stairs: ft. Drffr. D. Dosick, W. Robinson, J. Pownell, R_ Co ec Biology Club Kneeling: H. Luffmann, D. Abbott, G. Feld¬ man, R. Cohen, M. Bresnick. Standing: Mr. Bohannon, advisor, R. Valiev, D. Golan, S. Tiberio, E. Brown, S. Tiberio, K. Trainor. Radi o Club Kneeling: D. Montgomery, A. Vassel. Standing: Mr. Colom¬ bo, advisor, A. Walters, A. Smith, A. Lascala, H. Hayett. Missing: W. Barber, S. Harpell. f f - t i r T f L i % rMfif PWi l’i ' i;! J-fW T T ' f IHilW w r 1119 PV mvj X yM kT mfS’ »W 9V 1 1 MffljggragjCTj gg ■ m - H ilwJP Band First row: N. Swain, L. Lemieux, J. Crisafulli, C. McCarthy, K. Vayda. Second row: E. Konowitz, D. Jangraw, M. Hagemeister, F. Martins, M. Pomeroy, N. Pomeroy, G. LeBlanc, J. Powers. J. Linskey, S. LeLievre, C. Costello, B. Borrell. Third row: K. Feeley, K. Wood, E. Goldman, L. Holt, B. Grady, M. Walsh, J. Epstein, P. Kimball, D. Minor, P. Hutchins, M. Williams, J. Laquidara, M. Powers, I. Schneider, Mr. Hahn. Fourth row: C. Hadden, C. Champion, M. Albert, R. Adams, C. Rich, W. Belmore, A. Hayes, K. Powers, S. Mastracchio, W. Hayes, M. Kendig, D. Golan, A. Henderson, J. Lehmkuhl, D. Brown. Fifth row: G. VanTassel, S. Krupshi, K. Aubin, R. Melchiorro, D. Hastings, K. Gross, J. Hodgerson, B. Harden, S. Goldberg, J. Douney, W. Daly, J. Drown. Sixth row: G. Supernor, P. Doucette, H. Luftman, P. Hirtle, E. Garcia, M. LeMaire, J. Hayes. Seventh row: R. Misiuk, S. MacDonald, R. Hanson, D. Harvi, R. Bellofatto, A. Channell, D. Winters, B. Robinson, S. Spraque. Dance Band Front row: T. Rose, L. McCarthy, P. Armour, B. Leith, D. Roberts, L. Herber, J. Cormier, D. Aucoin, E. Cormier, B. Clapp, M. Patch, K. Mangini, P. Myer. Back row: P. Bregoli, S. Wright, P. O’Hara, D. Brown, K. Bagley, M. Cobb, S. Talis, M. M. Hewitt, S. Sharff, D. Chiacchia, G. Gordon, M. Foley. N. Zarrow, J. Malcouronne, Jue, S. Saradnik, J. Miscia, 107 pa VAV. _ Varsity Football First row: K. Gingras, E. Brown, S. O’Neil, P. Lindquist, T. Pallota, S. Janiak, Capt. G. Fitch, W. Mitchum, R. Young, J. Dumas, P. Demeo, D. Tetrault Second row: L. Rice, R. Mitchell, C. Frechette, C. Jennison, D. Hennigar, S. Bibo, C. Augustini, B. Barber, V. Torti, Coach Benson. Third row: J. Davis. S. McKinnon, W. McEleny, K. Williamson, S. Chaffee, J. Bittle, T. Rowley, R. Wallace, R. Raider, Coach Bennett, Coach Whelan. Fourth row: B. Sinclair. J. Plunkett, M. Mabardy, A. Travalini, S. Kaiser, H. Green, C. Woodward, K. Rooney, G. Dziama, D. Horton, D. Sullivan. Fifth row: S. Saunders, M Whelan, R. Spinasola, E. Cofe, S. Kannell, G. St. Martin. J. Bennett, W. Rhone, J. O’Donnell, D. Putman. Junior Varsity F r st row: G. Shea, S. Saunders, S. Imparato, J. Green, K. Clougher, F. Sinclair, M. Wheldan. Second row: B. Dagostino, R. Scott, F. Foley, R. Melchiorri, C Kane, F. Gringeri, S. Kruspki, M. Gringeri, Coach R. Ghilani. Third row: Coach J. O’Grady, R. Muto, R. Fryhland, J. Faron, J. Moroni, R. Raider, R. Robblee, N. Trakaras, G. Van Tassel. Fourth row: L. Landry, D. Ford, M. Johnson, C. Miller, A. Beady, B. Hassig, D. Demeo, D. Barardino. Sophomore Kneeling: E. Malloy, A. Imparato, J. Bachelder, J. Zanchi, G. Towne, J. Strong, K. Dillon, R. White, S. Whalen, R. Boynton, R. Gross. Standing: Coach Christie, R. Mei, M. Damplo, D. Mazzarini, P. Galvin, E. Coughlin, R. Benis, R. Gately, M. Luce, T. Chiacchia, R. Bernardi, J. Lockhart, S. Cohen, A. feongi, W. Mason, J. Everett, S. DeRosa, G. Repucci, D. Hastings, T. Tower, D. Ford, D. Husen, C. Hamel, Coach Carroll. 113 Standing: B. Shapiro, W Richards, E. Sullivan, L Cameron, A. Boyle, D Young, D. Niles, Kneeling , M. Dean, C. Wilson, C Burnham. 1 A IK i .. • HA TICK Kneeling: E. Malloy, A. Imparato, J. Bachelder, J. Zanchi, G. Towne, J. Strong, G. St. Martin. Standing: J. Natarelli, S. DeRosa, Sinclair, W. Christie, Coach Christie. rfWlP - 7 — s ff ' w W W ' ' V ; JUNIO R % Kneeling: R. McGreger, M. Fallon, K. Payton, N. Ofria J. Bachelder, W. O’Neil, D. Sullivan, Mr. Murray. Basketball , K. Cronin, S. Mosher, M. Luce. Standing: S. Brandt, C. Kaiser, J. Linsky, R. Gross, J. Strong. SOPHOMORE J. Batchelder, D. Smith, D. Finer, S. Whelan, J. Aluarez, S. Soby, W. Lutton, P. Galuin, C. Brown, Coach, Mr. Pawlak. Soccer Kneeling: K. Corbett, D. Sterling, C. Luce, N. Pomeroy, Capt. E. Kaplan, D. Appleton, W. Geier, S. Mosher, R. Ryan. Standing: (second row) R. Burnham, C. Inferrere, W Christie, T. Williams, V. McGuire, W. Grassey, O. Klimowicz, M. Pomeroy. Standing: (third row) Mr. Pawlak, E. Kabachnick, F. Trubiano, L. Hunter, S. Carey, R. Dunlay, T. Lipka, J. Emerson, B. Robinson. Cross Country First row: J. Downey, B. Hansen, S. Levine, M. Brenneman, Capt. McNamara, G. McNamara, R. Merson, R. Hamilton, P. Cornoni. Second row: Mr. Welch, T. Owens, B. Yarkin, J. Mekeon, K. Schlemmer, J. Williamson, P. Sollima, C. Stygles, J. Burton, R. Bellofatto, J. Maroney, Coach Bransfield. 119 mi : First row: W. Mayer, K. Pinkham, W. Everett, T. Pallotta, S. Janiak, W. Barber, D. Harv Hamilton, R. Ryan, B. DeLong, R. Smith, J, Morris, J. McKeon, G. Towne, Coach McElholm. i, W. Grassy. Second row: K. Mayer, S. Goodwin, D. Horton, B Outdoor Track Bottom row — Kneeling: G. Giffin, D. Callahan, A. Tocci, B. McNamara, K. Gingras, M. Brenneman, G. Regan, W. Barber, R. Merson, S. Levine, D. Tetrault, R. Raider, B. Yarckin, P. Cornoni. Second row — Standing: Mr. Charles Welch, K. Clougher, D. Montgomery (Manager), M. Gringeri, J. Maroney, R. Lloyd, A. Schwartz, S. Cohen, Coach Bransfield, Co-Captain R. Montgomery, Coach Whelan, Co-Captain S. Oldfield, Coach Bennet, V. Arena, S. Bloom, D. Demeo, M. Donnelly, B. Cox. Third row — Kneeling: A. Beatie, A. Zanghi, W. Larson, P. Sollims, R. Williamson, T. Chiacchia, S. Kannel, R. Keene, S. Saun¬ ders, C. Woodward, S. Cohen. Fourth row — Standing: D. Putnam, M. Chase, J. Downey, J. McKeown, K. Dillon, R. Gately P. Finney, K. Schlemmer, S. Imparato, R. Ryan, F. Driscoll, M. Woodward, M. Whelan, G. Shea, J. Buckles, C. Stygles, R. Hamilton, R. White, G. Dziama. % 123 Indoor Track . ll - ’ First row: K. Gingras, G. McNamara, S. Oldfield, G. Reagan, Capt. M. Brenneman, M. Devine, R. Merson, S. Levine, R. Montgomery, B. McNamara. Second row—left to right: Coach R. Whelan, Mr. Welch, C. Stygles, J. Burton, K. Shlemmer, T. Chiacchia, T. Beattie, S. Saunders, P. Sollima, C. Ham- mel, S. Kannel, R. Hansen, J. Bennett, C. Woodward, M. Whelan, M. Foley, R. Gately, G. Shea, E. Cope, Mgr. T. Owen, Coach E. Bransfield. Third row — left to right! Mgr. D. Montgomery, B. Cox, B. Agostino, D. Callahan, G. Griffin, T. Ackerman, J. Downey, K. Dillon, S. Cohen, B. Dwyer, J. Moroney, R. Faye. B. Yarekin, R. Berman, Mgr. P. Cornoni. I 1969 was an outstanding year for the Indoor Track Team. During this year they were the Class " A” State Champions and also the Metropolitan League, Division I Champions. Gymnastics First row: D. Connelly, M. Daily, S. Cobb, C. McCarthy, B. Lyons, C. E1 wyn, D. Kopelman, G. Brown, C. Cardellicchio. Second row: D. Kearney, C. Rogers, J. Guido, J. Connolly, A. Bower, B. Grady, S. Heenehan, L. Steinberg. Third r ou: M. Miller, D. Chiacchia, N. Martin, D. Bartzak, K. Carew. S. Young. J. Witten, Miss Vasile. I Si » . 7 tine- . Mo rris, t i. Ho niebau m, W. Gr assy, T. ] Pall lotta, i S . ( B e -o nnet :t. G. Si t. Mai rtir i, J L Si troi ig, M. Jo J w hnson, G oacl h Car r oil if Kneeling: A. Imparato, K. Frates, D. Smith, K. King, R. Hayes, R. Whelan, R. DeLong, S. Goodwin. Standing: Coach Ghilani T. Williams, D. Horton, C. Fosberg, D. Appleton, E. Cope, S. Whelan, J. Williams, D. Mazzarini. ! ip N unw iph TrW$m- Kneeling: T. Chapman, A. Linsky. Standing: Mr. Crow, J. Berke, J. Schwartz, N. Pomeroy, R Berke, J. Linsky. D. Redfield, D. Newcomb. A. Free, G. Barone, L. Longeuin, J. Fasick, B. Getchell, Capt. K Whalen, C. Fasick. R. Harvie. R. Lloyd, J. McGovern. Coach O ' Connor. Girls’ Tennis Kneeling: C. Zicko, W. Richard. Standing: B. Clapp, M. Cobb, S. Katney, A. Sellew, P. Morrill, P. Kelly, N. Tartakoff, K. Goldberg, J Johnson, Miss Vasile. Kneeling: C. Clements, J. Malcouronne, S. Bornstein (Capt.), S. Talis, K. Ahem. Standing: Miss Vasile, M. Trentini, G. Belliveau, J. Bandini, (Mgr.) E. Ross. Junior Basketball NATICK NATICK % % Kneeling: J. Bieakney, B. Muto, R. Bonnell, C. Ahern (Capt.), B. Grady, Beliak, S. Agustinelli, L. Watts (Mgr.). K. Jones. Standing: Miss Vasile, M. m Junior Varsity Girls’ Field Hockey Kneeling: K. Ahern, K. Duffy, S. Heald, S. Heald, R. Townsend, C. Clements, K. Cunniff. Standing: Mrs. Irving, M. Bradley, D. Young, W. Vincent, J. Muto, S. Agostinelli, P. Karr, M. Trentini, J. Smith. Kmee ' .iri: S. McCampell, G. Brown, E. Ross, C. Ahern, B. Grady, C. Bonnell, J. Lehmkuhl. Standing: C. Duvall, M. Bleakney, J. Feeley, B. Bellek, K. Jones, I_ War Bowdin. D. Bartzak, Mrs. Irving. Varsity Girls’ Field Hockey :: Softball rgs ' W r.3 C, ■ ’ »•. «■ nil - VTTtt ' 1 • «8I V ' l . ■w F r Pr ?; fott ' A. Scammell, S. McCampbell, G. Beliveau, co-captains J. Malcouro nne and S. ow: manager E. Ross, C. Duval, M. Trentini, B. Beliak, S. Ross, M. Walsh, J. Bandini, B. M. Bradley, K. Ahern, J. Lehmkuhl. Bornstein, R. Bonnell, B. Grady, M. Bleakney, coach Leavitt. Back Glynn, K. Jones, C. Ahern, L. Watts. Absent when photo was taken: i. JS t ' T « w»- “ - 3 41 :r_ v: v_3 ’ -«— - —S’ W t f Y:. :vv - — - sj S l.jiib i fl _ £ ■ IN SK 11 A Olatic’s in P », i k % , s o “-3 •f - r % -s -V A ;. r A: •A » V ' 3 _ji -»4 ft - c rV g)i • • .. ' v 3 -U r T iVvW - . ■ ■• 4. - - i - ' »4, ’ J . • t V , ■ - . -V A:l Mbs V V " P£fjt «4 t»vf V , v vw I PS -teu-ix.- ' 2 33§29 S. JANIAK—Ralph Howard Trophy—Most Valuable Hockey Play R. YOUNG—John F. Donahue Trophy—Outstanding Sportsmans! M. DENNETT—Jay Cee’s A ward—Most Valuable Wrestler M. BRENNEMAN—Randel Award—Indoor Track—Most Valuab P. LINDQUIST—Natick Jay Cee’s Award— ' Valuable Gymnast S. O’NEIL—Leonard Foley Award—Outstanding Football Player B. McNAMARA—Kiwanis Award — Most Valuable Indoor Track Fall Awards DENNIS SULLIVAN — William Hanagen trophy—Most valuable player in the Thanksgiving Day Game GARY FITCH — Most valuable player of the 1968 season (Ro¬ tary Club Trophy) BILL MITCHUM — Thomas Mal¬ lory Award—Best linesman MARK BRENNEMAN — Edward Linquist trophy—Most outstand¬ ing member of the Cross Country team BRIAN McNAMARA — Bay State Conference—1968 Cross Country Champs MR. WELCH — Member of the Athletic Association 135 Spring Sports S. Levine, A. Linsky, J. Davis, J. Ray, T. Pallotta, C. Fasick. R. Harvie, S. Kannel. I THOMAS PALLOTTA ;: ■y 0m mmM - I % - 4 V ■ ' - fa ; ; ? _ v • 9 h W v. i r y SS5 £ r.yw-.i . . ■:: ! I IS ? ja»J • » ' j L, £ - SglS -:■ aggg i « .: r " $S3K h!® :S!S 3 .. ::: .. KSjjBtrafiI • inir • •• , - v r ?;i I ■ V ' ifalUPlf --S- .‘vrtrrsvs I 4 % v- ■L wmSSKy ■, «ssS2t " r ».: .T i f SSTi-JV :»r4s :;- 2 5 T-U;r.; -.v i£ Wf • «N !.’ f{8 : »j£ OJ r ' ;Uf ■ Jhf. Vf i-«S ■ jSaSS SWS£ : r -■-. ' ' V V: ;v:•:•: ' : ■ § SB5 » -. I ■sfcx. If . -•-=•§•. , . ' ■ : ••• : - 3M mmif r=r.n AI — - :t . - ■ T iV l nw - ;- i£ 3 SS 5 =a St. -•■lO- V-N ■ 3?. ♦ V3 m. J W P :V :X£S£3$ES ••:=£• ' y ■«.Vf .M .VIV.. W;1B tts ■■ ■ . =38 - A " C - ®1I. ' r I jsscrae - . •Siti ' ' »•••? ■«-■ ' ■- v-ow-x-o-- ■ f. SfS ' SWJS ' ■ • • : - : s.. S5fcV :•■• i • »• ESrSS$-W533!S ; ' MC, : T r tr i 3 f £. mess IF " ' Science Award Winners First row: Mr. Colombo, Head of the Science Dept.; A. Conlin, 3rd place in Biology; J. Maroney, 1st place in Biology, Over-all winner; S. Fahey, hon¬ orable mention in A P; L. Herber, honorable mention in A P; K. Tower, 3rd place in A P; R. Cohen, 1st place in Chemistry; S. Levine, 2nd place in A P; Mr. Bohannon, assisting Mr. Colombo with the awards. Second row: D. Phelps, 1st place in A P; P. Nash, 2nd place in Biology; R. Rubin’ 1st place in Physics. wiMmmMmM Mm First row: Friendliest and Most Popular—Bernie Sinclair; Friendliest, Most Courteous and Most Versatile—Wendy Richard; Most Likely to Succeed— Sheppard and Nancy Martin; Most Collegiate—Nancy Martin and Greg Reagan; Best Dressed—Greg Reagan and Jenifer Collier; Cutest and Most Popular Boyle; Cutest—Wayne Benjamin. Second row: Best Athletes—Tom Pallotta and Sharon Bornstein; Most Versatile—Kim Williamson; Biggest Appeti-e Mitchum and Rebecca Sims; Tallest—Biff Barry; Shortest—Dale Doucette; Biggest Flirts—Steven Bibo and Jeannie Arthur; Best Smile—Cheryl Wilson: Sincere—Barbara Farrell and Mike Mabardy; Best Musician—Blair Harden. Third row: Class Comics—Tom Barnford and Kathy Stevens; Best Figure - r a -y 0 " ' . r • sgsLr rue—Sara Snow and Peter Myer; Prettiest and Handsomest—Michelle Moroney and Peter Myer; Class Artist—Michelle Moroney; Most Talkative—Glenn ds and Sherry Mallick; Shyest—Tom Brenneman and Pat Mahoney; Best Actor—Mike Albert; Most Intelligent—Cindy Ware. Missing from the picture: .est—Kevin Lynch; Most Intelligent—Paul Sullivan; Most Courteous—Jim Ray; Class Artist—Jonathan Richman; Best Smile—Brian McNamara; Best ess—Marilyn Patch, Best Musician—Eunice Garcia. 1 ..-—is. 1 1 1 2 • SSsKyJK Z ' tZ • yS. ' l ..V-. r ■ -• tijwjj as Pizza Party the class of ninet Kneeling: D. Phillips, T. Porter, G. Von Reuden, P. Collier, L. Schorr, R. Fine, S. Apple- baum. Standing: (first row): S. Fahey, B. Harden, M. Albert,-W. Burns, D. Perlman, D. Harvi, K. Lynch, S. Tiberio, B. Misuik, J. Kessler, M. Gringeri, T. Fumia, H. Pusick, L. Herber: (second row): M. Patch, P. Meyer. Missing: B. Morris. iindred sixty-nine || HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1969 by Michael S. Albert Nancy C. Martin ' All rhe world ' s a stage.” On September 7, 1966, we entered Natick H:gh School ready to conquer that world and prove William Shakespeare right. a c A? v-.e shuffled apprehensively into our homerooms, we were rsnned Sown in our seats to take tests for the entire day. We were enough to have that day set aside especially for us to _lH_ 5 C ourselves to the school before the towering Seniors and _ xten Juniors arrived. Though the last class to have this £ric:r :r.ui time o: indoctrination, our first day of high school was : u. ceginn.n: of many " firsts” for our incomparable class. On u_ c: reckoning, we received the traditional Red and Blue Kartibocks which strangely enough were brown), and took them H; — e : memorize the rules and regulations, the all-important map H . u: :: :he school (just, of course, for emergency measure), and r ttci : r.al Alma Mater, lest we be caught unaware in the back - the school bus by some over-anxious Senior the next day. Our S: nhomore year was one of adjustment and change to the wavs of high school life. We were the first class to enter Natick H uh ro use rhe new facilities without watching or hearing the ;:r. struct ton. Tust as we saw the beginning of the " Impossible Dream” for the Red Sox in the spring of our Sophomore year, we v_- the beginnings of teamwork on the athletic fields as well as in C C - . til. ' ' rooms. Lke rhe Cardiac Kids of 1967, we united to form o SL rts teams. First prizes were awarded in the annual 5. ru :A : to Dive Harvi for his Chemistry project and to Scott McKinnon for his Biology project. The Sophomore Executive fcari Heated Buddy Sheppard. Ruth Townsend, Nancy Martin, and 2 i Dean us class officers. The successful Sophomore dance, ml Surrealistic Salutation, was highlighted by the fact that — : rutrr.rc ' f c: ur class. Glenn and Mai, won first prize in the u :u ruor . 3 the end or our Sophomore year, we no longer rl rir 1 the classifications of being from Coolidge or Kennedy or CHsuc we had together become the Class of 1969. As ttte firs: Sophomores ever to use voting machines, we had as Junior (iass officers: Buddy Sheppard, Jim Ray, Weezie “tjne. and Wen Richard. While helping to cheer the Natick H c a School teams on to greater victories, cheerleaders Weezie C 7 Kvk. C ..r.dv Burnham, Maripat Dean, Debbie Niles, Eileen Sulli- am and Cheryle Wilson also helped to earn the name and further me dream Bob Cohen won the grand prize in the Science portion cf the newly-established and very successful All-School Fair. Mary- O Toole and Sophie Szpakowska placed in the top l c c of the )f Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Test. X C X - — kD.-CJLn - a.-ic r. sd 4 ‘UU 11- - Finalists in the National Merit es: were Donna Barbour. Irene Kessei. and Cynthia Ware. Thirteen other members of the Class of 1969 re¬ ceived letters of commendation. Nine members of our class worked at the Natick Army Laboratories via the Science Seminar Program. And 511 members of the Class of 1969 unanimously decided to remove the Prom from the cluttered cafeteria. On April 5, 1968, 32 Juniors were inducted into the National Honor Society. It was a solemn ceremony appropriate for the solemn mood of the times. Martin Luther King had been assassi¬ nated the day before in Memphis, Tennessee. The Reverend Dr. King, the leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and leader of his people, is very much a part of the History of the . Class of 1969, because of his effect on each one of us. His dream can become our dream. Seriously, then, we turned to the matter of electing Senior class officers and chose to lead the Class of 1969 Jim Ray, Nancy Martin, Weezie Boyle, and Wendy Richard. At this time we would like to extend our appreciation for their hard work and diligence in leading our class through these troubled times as well as to our able and understanding advisors, Mrs. Javier and Mr. Mannix. On Class Day last year, Judy Barnes and Paul Sullivan were selected as the two outstanding students of our class. Contrasting their good fortune, however, was the tragedy of losing yet another great man of our times. Senator Robert F. Kennedy became the second victim in two months of an assassin’s bullet. With the Seniors leaving at this critical time, we, the Class of 1969, pulled together, determined to brave all crises presented to us. We were alone as the elders of the high school. We first became Seniors one year ago today, in the wake of violence and tragedy in our country. Yet it was because of the mood of the times that we were determined that peace must prevail. We, the Class of 1969, were truly united in the hope that the age of Aquarius would soon come. T .- big We entered Natick High on September 4, 1968, for the first dav of classes for the last time with that thought — that the dawn of harmony and understanding, with sympathy and trust of every man would soon be a reality. The first reality of our Senior year presented itself in the form of the Senior Class Play, " Romanoff and Juliet”, which starred Dave Harvi as the General, Peter Myer and Marilyn Patch in the title roles, and Mike Albert, Wendy Burns, Bob Misiuk. and Sue Tiberio as their parents. The Senior Class owes a great debt :o Mr. Garr.:.. : r h.s ImH Book r. : r A ?lav :he rinest in recent vears. ULv. In music. Bob Misiuk and Stilly Sprague were selected for the Northeast District Band in their Senior and Tunior years. Other Seniors to be selected were Ken Gross, Blair Harden. Louis Schorr, and Dave W inters. Again, Stilly Sprague was selected for the Ail- State Band for his Junior and Senior years. Ken Gross joined him this past year. An addition to these talented artists is Dara Roberts who sang in the Northeast District Chorus. In art, gold keys were won in 1967 by Jeni Collier and Colleen Morris, in 1968 by Irene Howard, and in 1969 by Chris Kobbs and Fred Martins. N ot to be outdone by the aforementioned award-winning artists was the Goal Post Committee with its surprising masterpiece which boosted Natick’s spirits somewhat at the annual Thanksgiving Game victory. Seniors Gary Fitch captained the football team; Brian McNamara, the cross-country 7 team; Eric Kaplan, the soccer team; Steve O Neil and Rich Young, the basketball team; Mark Brenneman, the indoor track team; Tom Pallotta, for two years, and Stan Janiak, the hockey team; Paul Lindquist, the gymnastics team; Tom Pallotta, the baseball team; Alan Linsky and Ted Chapman, both for two years, the tennis team; Ron Montgomery and Steve Oldfield, the track and field team; and Kevin Whelan, the golf team. For the first time since entering Natick High, our victorious hockey team qualified for the state hockey tournament and our stupendous tennis team qualified for the state tennis tournament by the upset victory over Needham High School, breaking their winning streak of over fifty matches. Our cross-country team, despite all handicaps, jogged to the Bay State League Championship. Our indoor track team, not to be outdone by anyone, clinched the Metropolitan League Division I championship. In the state finals, Natick High School became the first team ever to win the State Championship without a single first place. Our congratulations and rhanks not only to the boys on the squad but also to the superb coaching by Mr. Whelan and Mr. Bransfield. However, this does not complete the list of athletic competition at Natick High. There yet remain four more sports teams — those played by our extraordinary and mighty, grand and glorious girls. Ruth Townsend captained the field hockey team and Sharon Born- stein captained the basketball team. It should be noted that the basketball team emerged after two years with an unblemished and Chervle Wilson wh to third place in t vie. Cindv Burnham. Linda Cameron. Man pat v . Wendv Richard. Eileen Sullivan, and Captain o cheered their way. with the rest of the squad, he cheering competition at Northeastern L ni- At the now annual All-School Fair, Bob Cohen won first prize in the field of Chemistry, Dave Phelps won first prize in the field of Anatomy and Physiology, and Rob Rubin won first prize in the field of Physics. Frank right won a medal in the National Span¬ ish test by placing nationally in the top l r f. Wendy Richard won the DAR Good Citizenship award and Buddy Sheppard, the Jewish War Veterans award. At Student Government Day, Kim William¬ son was the chairman of the Revolutionary War Bicentennial Com¬ mission. At Girls ' State, Nancy Martin not only played the leading role of Auntie Marne in the production of the Broadway show 7 , but also was the Chief of the Fire Department. Tom Bamford, at Boys’ State, was head of the Park Department and George McNamara w r as head of the Town Cemetery. This year, w r e were pleased and privileged to welcome Walter Ramos from Peru as our A.F.S. exchange student. Throughout the year, he has made many lasting friendships, been elected to the National Honor Society, and learned much about America and, in particular, that swinging hotspot, Natick, Massachusetts. unequalled record in the Bay State League of 0 and 14. The girls’ ; tennis team w 7 as co-captained by Wendy Richard and Charlene Zicko, and the softball team w ; as co-captained by Sharon Bornstein and Julie Malcourronne. Both Sharon and Julie w 7 ere the two most uiuable Seniors on the team. They w 7 ere also the only two Seniors on the team. There have been many outstanding things about our Senior year a: Natick High. The most memorable seems to be the total of seven cavs of school during the month of February. Weekend snowstorms e died off school, pushed back theses, and endangered the date of _:aduation. We emerged, nevertheless, with only minor casualties, foremost of which w r ere mild backaches from shovelling. The snow- Doreen Sorabella became the first girl to be President of Honor Society, and Bob Cohen became President of the Eastern Massachu¬ setts Association of National Honor Society Chapters. A half ton ot good, used clothing w 7 as collected during a clothing drive for the poor in Appalachia. Honor Society became the first club to sponsor movies; " Free and Easy " and " The Performers " depicting the exciting life of the surfing set. In addition, during this past year, Honor Society decided to change its Induction Ceremony to an evening affair, w ' hich made the proceedings more meaningful to those involved. Student Council had an important year. Buddy Sheppard at¬ tended the national convention in Dallas as the national delegate ,- , :rx5.v. mm ' T m K gH . ■ ' .. ,-• • ?i v?. s ;.;. ■. • :• • • : : - • v. 7 . w ■ •■ ' ?»wS8 : ss ; v x5‘ ' ■■•■.■■m ivv •. ' ■■ • : . ' V v -: ' { vWv. mm W imi - 1 • ' - ■d -■■■ .: congratulations and thanks to Mr. Dyer for his exceptional coaching. The Senior year of the Class of ’69 ended with a bang. The Student Council enlisted Mr. Dyer ' s skill in directing what proved to be a spectacular and utterly fantastic show — Life 69 . This fast- paced musical revue depicted all different kinds of people united in a common effort. Harmony and understanding, sympathy and trust abounded throughout the entire audience as they " let the sun¬ shine in.” It is altogether fitting that we should end our Senior year with such a performance on-stage, for we, the Class of 1969, have gone through many stages of development during our various years a: Natick High School. As Sophomores, we witnessed the year of the . ■■ ;■■■ ’■ •: ■ i . ' :;:v impossible dream, as Juniors, we witnessed a year of violence an assassination, and as Seniors, we witnessed the year of the snow storm. To quote the successful Drama Club production, " A Com pany of Wayward Saints”, " The prologue is completed, and t play begins.” We have completed our years at Natick High, but v have only begun to discover the years ahead. We have grow matured, and prospered since we first entered on that bewilder:: day in September during which time we have explored many hidd barriers and yet realized that there are still unknowns to be d covered and conquered. Let us continue from this prologue an create a masterpiece of a play. Let us always remember, " All ti world’s a stage.” representing the Eastern Massachusetts Division of Student Councils. He was elected as the delegate at the annual convention which was held at Natick High. Student Council sponsored the very successful " slave auction” which helped to boost spirits and prepare our Red- men for the Thanksgiving Game the next day, a dance at which the dress code of jackets and ties was relaxed for the first time ever, and an important exchange program began with Wellesley High. The most significant piece of legislation of this year’s Student Council concerned changes in the dress code. Sandals may be worn by members of either sex, and boys, rejoice! — Socks are no longer a required part of your school dress! Competitive Speaking is one of the newest forms of competition at Natick High. Last year, at the state finals, Michele DiSavino won a gold medal and Tina Lipofsky won a silver medal. Brenda Morris recited the Gettysburg Address at last year’s Memorial Day cere¬ monies. Victoria Ricks won first prize in the category of girls’ extemporaneous speaking at the Holly Speech Festival at Natick this year, and Mike Albert, who has won the American Legion Oratorical Contest for four years, in addition this past year was the first runner-up in the Middlesex County finals. At the state finals this year at the University of Massachusetts, not only did Michele DiSavino win the state championship in the category of dramatic interpretation, enabling her to enter the national finals in Washing¬ ton, D.C., but also Senior gold medal winners Mike Albert, Deb¬ orah McKay, and Frank Wright, and silver medal winners Bob Cohen, Michele DiSavino, Tina Lipofsky, and Tatiana Roodkowsky helped the Natick team win the first annual Team Sweepstakes which designated Natick High as the State Champions. Our sincere We. Mr. MdEIholm ' s E reriod Modem Problems cl ass. leave frre window poles — all hidden. I, David Perlman, leave mv Playboy magazines to next vear’s j j j o J senior class play. I, Randy Gwinn, leave Mr. McGrath a direct line to my home and twenty-five pads of tardy slips. I, Ron Pfeiffer, leave Mr. Taylor a set of self-locking lug nuts. I, Buddy Sheppard, leave the new dress code with an apology to all local socks salesmen. I also leave the sports page of Sassamon, knowing that it probably will never be so symbolic again. 1 Class Will We, Paul Demeo, Alan Bartlett, and Benny Bamford of the T.A.P. Sign Co., leave the ice house to anyone with the artistic talent to create such a masterpiece. We, the senior girls, leave the grass in the inner courtyard to the Junior girls. We, Ron Pfeiffer and Paul Fitzgerald, leave our feet to the Stolberg twins. We, Dummy and Fred, leave the NHS dirt parking lot. We, Sandy Chaet, Maureen Carew, Linda Lemieux, Weezie Boyle, Arlene Dalo, and Jill Fitzgerald, leave our mountains to all molehills. We, Kathy Fagan and Janet Glynn, leave all our freckles to Jimmy Morris. We, Jay Swartz and Jeff Aresty, leave our Safety Patrol badges over our hearts. We, the seniors of Miss Buss’s E period French III class, leave her a box of stars to paste on the foreheads of her two favorites. I, Daniel Green, leave to Thomas Griffin the few hopes, dreams, and ideals that we, as a team, didn’t have time to try out. We, the senior class, leave Mr. Marcoux grassin’ it up on Mari- ronna. We, Maddy Farrell, Kathy Mangini, Patty Conlon, and Julie Davies of Mrs. Nabreski’s F period homemaking class, leave her two S.L.’s, a Red, a cow, a package of chocolate bits, and a year’s supply of bouillon. We, the class of ’69, leave the matron a pair of roller skates, to go from the 600 wing to front hall girls’ rooms. We, Kim Williamson and Jay Swartz, leave to Miss Buckley and Miss Ward that eternal phrase: " Truth is Beauty and Beauty is Truth.” .. . Yes! We, the senior officers of the Future Teachers Club, leave next year’s officers a half-dozen stale doughnuts and a half-can of decarbonated Coke. We, the members of Homeroom 106, leave to Miss Camougis, Charlie Augustini and Jeff Aresty, and the hope that next year’s homeroom will be a mature group who will be able to tell when it’s ten past eight and who will also be able to get down to the auditorium without too much help. I, a certain senior girl, leave all my studies in the music wing to any underclassman smart enough to get away with them. We, Elaine and Marie, leave our upsidedown Q’s to Mr. Ghilani. I, Buddy Sheppard, leave to Bob Raider: one worn out pair of gum shoes, some free advice on how to close an assembly in the usual manner (in the middle of an-assembly), the hope that he gets Mr. Dyer to direct his show, and the sincere wish that he doesn’t become a radical extremist at the end of his senior year. We, Julie Malcouronne and Sharon Bornstein, leave to Miss Leavitt a new doubleplay combination and the hope that our re¬ placements will be better hustlers than the two departing. We, the members of C period Honor Society study, leave to Mr. Bennett a crash course that he can give to next year’s Honor Society on " How To Enter the Honor Society Study Without Disrupting My History Class Every Five Minutes,” and the lastest edition of Modern Donee, as written and taught by Jeff Aresty. I, Bob Misiuk, leave Mr. Bransfield one lock of my hair. We, the senior class, leave Dave Abbot a new pair of shoes. We, the senior members of the wrestling team, leave Mr. Murphy one win and the hope that they will do as well next year. We, Patty, Ann, Elaine, Cheryl, and Cindi of Mr. Carroll’s B period Modern Problem’s class, leave him two new sponges and the !iope that he will acquire a taste for pumpkin seeds. I, Jim Pownell, leave " the stench” to be discovered by all future advanced science students. We, the percussion section of the band, leave Jim Powers one strong elastic for the triangle so that he can " ring those chimes” in " Lawrence Milk Plays Guy Lumbago.” e We, the seniors of Competitive Speech, leave to Mr. Dyer our rwo trophies for winning the State Speech Championship with the hopes that he’ll never have to give the larger one back — that Natick will win it every year. We, Sandy Young and Paula Nickerson, leave a tennis racket and a pair of Japanese rubber sneakers to Mr. O’Connor. We, the senior members of the varsity tennis team, leave to our coach, Mr. Crow, the following: a box of Dinkie Twinkies, a new overdrive button, a lesson in hairdressing, and a " Not so fine” team. We, Helmar, leave Sassamon with the hope that they can find one head that’s better than two. 165 We. Paula Nickerson and Helene Pusick, leave next year’s year¬ book staff with the hope that they get things going earlier. We. Mimph Honpe, leave Mr. Buck . . . wait, NO WE DON’T! I. 9263S. leave Mr. Marcoux, finally. I. :hc old Sassamon news editor, leave to the new Sassamon news ? • S assorted newsworthy events to take place in Natick High School. W:. Cra: and Kathy, leave a little bit of privacy in the prep -vrr. :: _n . mnior couple taking A and P next year. We. the members of the Student Council, leave Wellesley—in ccorks. « I. George Henry McNamara, Jr., leave all the cute little sopho- .:re cirls with the promise that I’ll send them a picture of me . : -.ear when I’ll be six feet four, 225 pounds, and the star of the Assumption football team. I. Jim Ray, leave my sparkling personality, my perfect attendance in track, and my one really neat, really fine, real sharp, bosso, rearc P.A. notice to the Tokyo Date-a-Mate Company in the hope ma: they can find me a nice, really boss, groovy Oriental girl who talks a lot and doesn ' t expect much in return. We, ... ah ... Richard Merson and ... ah ... Mark Di- R er.zo. who are now ... ah ... ready ... ah ... for the ... ah . thirteenth grade and who are no longer under duress, are hiprv to leave our censored notebooks from Mr. Marcoux’s Modern Dance class :o some junior boy who likes to count. " Are you r— dj 4 f «- + I. raid Fitzgerald, leave the junior class a pair of scissors with tQ CilZ OJLSS L Gull Pizzano, leave mv radio on full blast in all studies. J L Gr.i. Costello. leave mv Saturday morning breakfasts to any p_rzj _ ri r. the band, brave enough to face thirty-five people at il»1 j m Wc. Miss McDade’s C period and F period economics classes, leave her ALONE. We. Paul and Bill, leave Mr. Smith a new shipment of rage. L Mike Bresnick. leave to all future Safety Patrollers a warning: If vc_ cet kicked off Safety Patrol, it will be a black mark on your raco ' d for the rest of vour life. L Bcimv Bamford. leave a box of Xo-Doz to anyone who takes J J rrarlic speaking next year. e. Sharon Bernstein and Tulic Malcouronne. leave to the 1969 basketball team a new coach and the hone for another un- rii- I, Kyle Vayda, leave to Mr. Sticklor and his detention hall, my brother. We, Judy Barnes and Mike Albert, leave to Mr. Gaudette a good shake to keep him awake A periods. We, last year’s honors physics class, leave Mr. Biedryzycki one pair of insulated shoes so that he won’t get zapped in the head by the Van de Graaff generator. I, Bob Cohen, leave one potato chip bearer to feed one starving administrator. I, Eric Brown, leave my livid lunch conversations stuck to the gum under the table, where they belong. We, the students of 4-G gym class, leave tc Mr. O’Grady four new water faucet knobs. I, the general, leave to Mr. Garnett one broken colonnade, two oackages of used cigars, one unusued playbook, and one slightly cruised doormaid. We, Carla, Sandy, and Marsha, leave our late breakfasts and lunches at Piccolo’s to Alice Hayes and Sue Stolberg. We, " the driver,’’ Lefty, Bucks, Fred, Gopher, Weazel, and P.G., leave our nicknames. We, Ron Pfeiffer, Gary Kamens, and Paul Fitzgerald, leave Mr. Collins a complete set of sideburns, a beard, a mustache and a belt. I, Bill Picard, leave, knowing that nobody will ever be able to fill my shoes. I, Maddy Farrell, lea ve my brother Michael without a ride to school. I, Cindi Costello, leave to Mr. Hahn four broken saxophones, two dozen stale doughnuts, and many thanks for all the things he’s done for me in the past two years. I, Mark Brenneman, leave my clapping, dancing, and singing ability to the boy who gets " shyest” in next year’s " " senior super¬ latives.” We, the senior members of the cast of " Life . . . 69,” leave the talented underclassmen from our show. We also leave the sincere wish that the Student Council and Mr. Dyer will dramatically " let the sun shine in,” for many years to come. We, the senior girls, leave the junior girls a ride in Carla’s dead Safari car. We, Mike Bresnick, Bob Cohen, Mike Albert, and Eric Brown, leave to Mr. Bransfield a pinch of Morton’s salt, a little used chalk holder, some scotch tape in case his grapevine is ever really cut, a book entitled " How To Act Surprised When Called to the Stage During the Winter Sports Awards Assembly and Gracefully Accept Your Gift from the Track Team,’ and the promise that he can not possibly get us again next year. I, Tina Lipofsky, leave the letter B in place of a W in a certain word for anyone who is brave enough to use it in another assembly. I, George McNamara, leave my nicknames Knob, Snake, Jog, and Trixie to Leroy Anderson in that he’s really cleaned me out of everything else anyway! I also leave my wallet in the Student Council bookstore vault because I know it will be safe there. I. Harris Goldstein, leave Mr. Carroll a Tunior G-Man baice I, Jerrv Von Rueden, leave mv title as Master Print. J J junior, man enough to cany it on. We, Laura, Xina, Karen. Carla, and Chervl. leave Mrs. Hart her 9 99 J finished house plans, but unfinished house. We, her G period class, leave Miss Ward with the satisfaction of finally having found true honors material.’’ We, the members of Mr. Benson’s G period math class, better known as Benson’s Wild Animal Farm, leave, our cages empty. We, Cathy and Nina, leave our incense, powder, baby lotion, and gloves to future A and P classes. I, Mike Albert, as the last of four Alberts to graduate from Mr. Whelan’s program, leave our family charter membership in the Commando Club to some other deserving family. I, Alison Gilvarg, leave Linda Fine one leaky tube of rubber cement and my best wishes. We, the newly instituted Israeli-American studies department leave to Mrs. Holbrook a gold-bound, autographed copy ot that all time best-seller, Mein Kampf. We, Robert Cohen, Kenny Gross, Edward Lentini, Nancy Martin, Steve Pagliarulo, Jim Ray, Buddy Sheppard, and Kyle Vayda, leave our handwriting to all the teachers we have had in the last three years. J We, the members of the class of 1969, leave Mr. Hennigar, Mr. Sticklor, and Mr. Rosen our thanks. Awards and Scholarships Natick Women s Club Anna F. Good no tv Scholarship —Carla Skinder Natick Women ' s Club Art Scholarship —Christopher Kobbs D.A.R. Good Citizenship Certificate —Wendy Richard Quota Club of Natick Scholarship —Patricia Morrill Rotary Club of Natick Scholarship —Katherine Towers Rotary Club of Natick Science Award —Paul Sullivan The Natick Teachers Association Scholarships —Mari Pat Dean Janet Glynn Lynn Herber Kathleen Mangini Kathleen Trabucco Brotherhood of Temple Israel —Burton Sheppard Kiwanis Club of Natick Scholarship —Paul Sullivan Kiwanis Club of Natick Mathematics Medal —Paul E. Newcomb Marguerite L. Rafferty Scholarship Fund —Patricia Chagnon Wheaton College Club of Wellesley Prize Book —Diane Kopelman Bausch Lomb Science Medal —Michael Bresnick The Class of 1957 Henry Goff Memorial Trophy —Nancy C. Martin Harvard Prize Book —Robert Raider Emblem Club Scholarship —Mary Gringeri Natick Lodge of Elks No. 1424 — Most Valuable Student Award —Burton Sheppard The E. P. Clarke Post No. 107 American Legion, Inc .—John Williamson Kevin Doucette The Lions Club of Natick Scholarship —William McEleney Evening Division of Natick Women s Club Scholarship — Elaine Cormier Debra Niles Cardozo Lodge No. 102 —Cheryle Wilson Sons of Italy Scholarship —Carla Maria Skinder Medical Careers Club of Natick High School —Patricia Morrill Pep Club Scholarship —Marie Sciretta Student Council Scholarship —Frank Wright Mari Pat Dean George McNamarra Future Teachers Club Scholarship —Susan Zicko Maureen Byrne Girls Athletic Association —Julia Malcourronne Patricia Morrill National Honor Society —Jay Swartz French Club Award —Michael Albert Best All-Around Athlete Award —Thomas Pallotta r ’N " Club Scholarship —Brian McNamarra George McNamarra 167 Junior Prom Below: Sara Snow—Attendant, Dr. Cosgrove crowning Queen Cheryl Wil son, Tom Pallotta, Ann Boyle—Attendant. J4ak. 4 " ■ ■ - • Kv. ■;r:: r“S5 B - ; ■ moK 1 $lg$ , ;■ : •■-:- • •: i§£ : -Vf v c v , WSES SafiiLi ;- s» :« s - •---— s.« ?w w Graduation Welcome Today is Graduation Day for the Senior Class of Natick High School. Throughout the nation the month of June marks the graduation of hundreds of thousands of young people from high school. And for each of these students there is a family—just like the families assembled here. I am sure that every member of every family on this field today is supremely proud, just as other families around the nation are proud. And well they might be, for they have been the most important influence in the lives of those who will some day become the leaders of this nation. Our years in high school have given us the tools to use in developing an awareness of what is valid in the American dream, and to build on that awareness. As we graduate today, we move toward college, military service, or business, where we Vill become involved in our chosen roles as citizens, each to work constructively for his own values. And that is good. On behalf of the Natick High School Class of 1969, I wel¬ come you with gratitude to share our happiness on Graduation Day. James Ray , i President, Senior Class WF fcJ m 173


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