Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)

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Yearbook Staff Connie Cronin — Editor Judy Hayton — Faculty Editor Linda Vitagliano — Faculty Editor Robin Anstey — Clubs Editor Spencer Wright - Sports Editor Lisa Rowan — Activities Editor Paula Balcolm — Activities Editor Assistants Sharon Heenahan Beverly Vaters Pauline Kelly Rudi Scheufele Sue Buerlin Pat Kincare Digitized by Gil Barone - March 2018 ipl Vi Sassamon Natick High School Natick, Massachusetts GIVEN TIME AND ROOM TO THINK, AN OPPORTUNITY TO SINK OR SWIM AT WHIM, 6 The members of the Class of 1970 dedicate their year¬ book to Mr. John Hahn, a man who has been a vital part of the atmosphere and spirit of Natick High School during their three years of attendance. The fact that Mr. Hahn started teaching at Natick High School when we first entered as sophomores made him a very special person to our class, someone with whom we could identify. Throughout these years we have grown accustomed to his humor and enthusiasm, both of which qualities have added to making our Marching Band a great success. Mr. Hahn ' s creative approach to music has helped develop half time at football games from merely an intermission into an exciting, even cultural event. He also teaches the much-appreciated instrumental classes and music appreciation courses and he conducts the sophomore girls ' chorus. We all wish to thank Mr. Hahn for devoting so much time and talent to the Class of 1970. 9 FACULTY 1970 CLASS ADVISORS We, the class of 1970 would like to express our sincere appreciation to Mrs. Doris Egleston and Mr. Edward Culhane for the guidance, patience, and effort given us during our three years at Natick High. Our problems have been many. They defended our interests when we felt we were right, and showed us our respon¬ sibility when we were proven wrong. This is little recognition for two people who have given us so much of their time and concern, aiding us both individually and as a class. We sincerely thank them and wish them the best of health and happiness in the years ahead. Mr. Culhane - History 11 •.y Miss Cashman - Guidance Mr. Bennett - History ft. i MS ' Ji. Mr. Maher — Math Mrs. Carter — Home Ec. Mrs. Highman — Business Mr. Mitro - Business Miss McDade, Business Mr. Smith, Ind. Arts Miss Buss, Language ■ 1 d B «rmH • • Mpfo mat 1 In t t ;c - » ■ H ' M ■ SS4£jp fs i m 1 ■ IS ■ IfctV • %3v ■ By ' -S " ?Sv ” I V ■ I pill i 1 1 aJinrv. L BIAk L- ’Tgfe-, .; ; .M’ ' ■ f;is | fi f. fifir " ’ " T®i® i IHri- ' laP ' M ■ Mr. Ghilani, Social Studies Miss Bednarzyk, Math Miss Leavitt, Science Miss Klein, Physical Education Mr. Scanlon, Guidance Mr. Marso, Science ■lig [ ® « LriSJ Wi Wm -SIS:: ISSMHff igsJfi s Mrs. McKinney, Business r ' I V M I ■ m M’A v y 1 I __ v A Ijf 1 r WBp aiRt ' T? " _JLl_ n : ...... ' goSte ' ' . jffffigj Mr. Morey, History Mr. Wilder, Ind. Arts Mr. Black, Math Mrs. Colombo, Language Mr. Slotsky, Ind. Arts Miss Poulin, Art Miss Ciannavei, Language 1 riflilV- - t « mm I Si i ►»« - VSg w Tw - !• f V I V Mrs. Potter, English Mr. Benson, Math Mr. Lavergne, Language Mr. Kirton, History . 1 Miss Pothier, Business Mr. McGowan, Math Dr. Johnson, Math Mr. Wooley, History Mr. Harrington, English 1 . Mrs. Oldfield, Library Mr. Nowak, Audio Visual r, • o r .. Mrs. Caldor, Library Mrs. Davis Mrs. Frazee, Nurses Mrs. Martin, Library Mr. Hart, Astronomy Mrs. Hlavac, English Miss Vasile, Phys. Ed Mrs. Robertson, History Mr. Pawlak, Industrial Arts Mr. Dyer, Guidance t mm Mr. Gaudett, Language Mr. Hahn, Music Mr. Smith, Guidance Mrs. Wolfe, Science Mr. Crow, Science Mr. Shulze, Science Mr. Mannix, Industrial Arts Miss Perlman, English Mr. Hull, Industrial Arts Mr. Bromfield, Business Mr. Bachini, Music Mrs. Javier, English 22 SPORTS 23 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front, left to right: K. Rooney, G. Shea, W. Rhone, J. Bennett. E. Cope, G. St. Martin, Captain Dziama, K. Karr, M. Johnson, S. Saunders, C Woodward, M. Whelan, R. Spinazola. Second Row: Coach Whelan, Coach Benson, D. Sullivan, J. Faron, R, Raider, J. O ' Donnell, S. Imparato, D. Horton, D. Putnam, C. Kaizer, A. Travaglini, Coach Bennett. Third Row: Coach O’Grady, D. Noonan, E. Malloy, R. Valley, R. Whelan, K. Dillon, R Mei, R. White, R. Gross, R. Melchiorri, D. Cooke, A. Imparato. G. Towne, Coach Sullivan, D. Baradino, S. DeRosa, G. Natarelli, J. Strong, K. Glasheen, A. Zonghi, S. Cohen, R. Pepka. R. Bernardi. T. Chiacchia, J. Everett, M. Luce. W. Mason, D. Hewson. V Game Natick Opponent Milton 28 8 Needham 20 0 Braintree 26 14 Norwood 12 0 Waltham 12 20 Wellesley 12 20 Framingham No. 0 12 Dedham 6 0 Framingham So. 0 40 ' ■P» OK 1 jf.il wz tkm 26 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL - 4 l.ivv wih ' y 40 ' 43 2I 35 ' 09 2 S2 t St? 60 £ ••- if ■ ft ft ft ft ft ft ?! 4 -u.!.. ' Ij j • ' J . «.: Front, left to right: D, Estes, manager, D. Noonan, E. Malloy, R. Valley, R. Whelan, K. Dillon, R. Mei, R. White, R. Gross, R. Melchiorri, D. Cook, A. Imperato, G. Towne. Second Row: Coach O ' Grady, R. Trifero, D. Berardino, S. DeRosa, K. Glasheen, A, Zonghi, S, Cohen, R. Pepka, T. Chiacchia, J. Everett, M. Luce, W. Mason, D. Hewson, Coach Sullivan. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Front, left to right: W. Donovan, W. Lavezzo, J. Dempsey, P. Ledger, E. Zullo, R. Young, J. Paulini, M. Hoey, M. Conlon, McGrath, P. Tota, G. Troccolo, R. Thompson, J. Black, M. Foody, D. Gross, J. Tocci, C. O ' Donnell, K. Ball, manager. Second Row: S. Adams, M. Drown, M. DeAngelis, W. Allen, P. Santello, R, Indresano, E. Mercer, B. Fagan, A. Roudenko, M. Cutler, M. Dumas, M. Costello, J. O ' Reilly, S. Wright, D. Bellofatto, K. Letter, T. Whelan, M. Rouseau. Third Row: Coach Ghilani, J. Well, D. Mitcham, D. Applebaum, J. Stygles, S. Diamond, D. Estes, P. Hurd, D. Williamson, C. Butler, D. Farrell, D. McLarnon, B. Costello, M. Intinarelli, T. Larracey, L. Pallotta, J. Lydon, Coach Carroll. 27 ' . A 1 i | % § i fipc » W; - w r ■I - aL V !ti;T .f | — " v. f V1 q r y idM: v: j ' m7 " ' ' Jp lp 1 V VARSITY SOCCER Front, left to right: L. Hunter. J. Sterling, D. Appleton. Co-Cap tain W. Geier. Co-Captain T. Williams, D. Sterling, N. Pomeroy, P. Kindler. Second Row: T. Lipka, T. Tilton, S. Carey. R. Mederois, V. McGuire, W. Christie, D. Yarkin, J. Emerson, B. Wright, Manager, W. Bergman, manager, Coach Pawlak. Third Row: R. Berman. 0. Mazzarini. B. Mahoney, K. Corbett, S. Boynton. R. Dunlay, H. Austin, D. Long. M. Brown. Game Natick Opponent Norwood 5 6 Walpole 5 3 Framingham No. 0 1 Braintree 0 4 Needham Wellesley Milton Framingham So. Norwood Walpole Framingham No. Braintree Wellesley Needham 30 CROSS COUNTRY Front, left to right: P. Sollima, B. Yarkin,, K. Schlemmer, F. Driscoll, Captain J. Downey, R. Hamilton, R. Bellofatto, J. McKeon. Second Row: J. McDermott, manager, K. McNamara, K. McNamara, D. Callahan, J. Maroney, J. Stygles, J. Williamson, S. Krupski, D. Clancy, K. Aubin, M. tm : MTICK Rempelakis, Coach Bransfield. Cross Country Scores Meet Needham Dedham Walpole Norwood Wellesley Framingham No Milton Braintree Framingham So. Natick Opponent FIELD HOCKEY Front, left to right: E. Butler, R. Grandoni, L. Blake, B. Belak, G. Beliveau, B. Grady, B. Topham. Second row: C Clements, T. O’Toole, S. McCampbell, G. Brown, L. Watts, J. Hale, K. Forsythe, R. Nelson, P. Rogers, K. Cunniff, Coach, Miss Klein. Third row: W. Vincent, J. Muto.P. Karr, M. Trentini, R. Wetzel, J. Carey, M. Bleakney, S. Agostinelli, D. Young. 31 VARSITY BASKETBALL Front, left to right: R. MacGregor, R. Pepka, W. Geier, G. St. Martin, R. Bernardi, J. Strong. Second Row: W. Dunn, Manager, W. Christie, J. Linsky, D. Mosher, S. DeRosa, G. Natarelli, Coach Christe. Game Natick Opponent Dedham 70 55 Norwood 56 50 Needham 39 69 Milton 60 70 Walpole 74 58 Braintree 64 58 Framingham No. 82 81 Wellesley 67 50 Framingham So. 54 73 Dedham 70 54 Norwood 66 63 Needham 48 44 Milton 68 55 Walpole 76 63 Braintree 53 61 Framingham No. 63 60 Wellesley 60 51 Framingham So. 52 85 33 ' Front Row, left to right: J. O ' Reilly, M. Dumas, M. Tilton, J. Wells, S. Adams, S. Wright, P. Ledge, Second Row: C. O ' Donnel.T. Whelan,T, Arlow, M. Springer, G. Trucolo, D. Sims, Coach Crowe. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Front Row, left to right: R. Sansouci, D. Mitchum, J. Wells, M. Tilton, D. Estes. Second Row: D.Sims, S. Wright, B. Cameron, T. Lipka, B. Fagan, T. Arlow, Coach Murray. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Left To Right: D. Long, J. Maroney, B. Michaels, E. Mercer, D. Noonan, W. Cournoyer. Front Row, left to right: S. Dymond, A. Zonghi, M. Dennett, co-captain, F. Foley, co-captain, W. Larson, B. Herber. Second Row: J, Bacchiocchi, manager, M. Brown, M. Gringeri, S, Tiberio, W. Daly, A. Tocci, R. Daigle, Coach Murphy. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING VARSITY HOCKEY @0 JH ' JCHOOL Front Row, left to right: R. Hamilton, K. Meyer, J. Morris, co-captain, D. Horton, co-captain, J. Primevera, S. Goodwin. Second Row: K. Frates, J. McKeon, P. Fitzgerald, Coach Ghilani, R. Delong, L. Pallotta, G. Towne, E. Corbosiero, manager. Natick Opponent Game Needham Braintree Walpole Norwood Framingham No. Milton Wellesley Dedham Framingham So. Needham Braintree Walpole Norwood Framingham No Milton Wellesley Dedham Framingham So. 1 i , GYMNASTICS Front Row, left to right: S. Carey, R. Bartlet, K. McNamara, D. DeMeo, co-captain, B, Hassig, co-captain, L. Parente, R. Bigelow, M. Chervincky. Second Row: J. Lydon, B. Wright, S. Fagan, B. Costello, O. Klimowicz, R. Nadler, Third Row: Coach Crisafulli, G. Fosberg, K. Corbett, D. Ford, T. Rapella, A. Cormier, G, LeBlanc, W. Hughes, N. Montalbano. it: B. Yarckin, P. Cornoni, G. Shea, M. Whelan, A. Beattie, E. Cope, C. Woodward, captain, S. Kannel, F. Driscoll, S. Saunders, K R. Bellofatto. Second Row: D. Montgomery, A. Schwartz, R. Adamson, K. Dillon, M. Woodward, P. Sollima, A. Heyde, R R. Whelan, J. Stygles, Coach Bransfield, Coach Whelan. Third Row: D. Nygard, M. Cobb, D. Callahan, S. Krupski, S. Kaplan, R Natick Opponent Meet Malden Brockton Waltham B. C. High Brookline JHBi VARSITY GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Front Row, left to right: P. Karr. B. Grady, captain. G. Beliveau, captain. M. Trentini. Second Row: G. Supernor. M. Walsh, J. Bandini, B, Beliak, M. Bradley, K. Ahern, Coach Sanders. Front Row: C. Duval, V. Simms, R. Wetzel, D. Ramsure. A. Ten, L. Watts. Second Row: Sue MacCampbell, Manager, C. Ahern. R. Temple, N. Guido. K. Jones, R. Nelson. Coach Sanders. J.V. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Front Row, Left to Right: J. Bennett, T, Williams, G. St. Martin, C. Kaizer, H. Honigbaum, D. Sullivan, D. Sulzan, C. Malkin, M. Johnson, D. Horton, E. Cope. Second Row: J. Davis, L. Pallotta, J. Strong, R. Whelan, R. DeLong, S. DeRosa, J. Williams, Coach Varsity Baseball Opponent Fram. No. Norwood Wellesley Dedham Walpole Milton Needham Braintree Fram. So. Fram. No. Norwood Wellesley Dedham Walpole Milton Needham Braintree Fram. So. V x v jj ■ - ■ .. " ' 1 JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row, Left to Right: T, Whelan, D. Estes, W. Button, D. Mazerinni. Second Row: G. Trucollo, D. Gross, D. Sims, C. O ' Donnell, S. Wright, W. Allen. Third Row: K. Ball, T. Larracy, A. Heyde, R. Trifero, D. Smith, P. Guilfoil, Coach Ghilani. SOFTBALL Front Row, Left to Right: A. Dininio, M. Trentini, G. Beliveau, co-captain, K. Ahern, co-captain, J. Bandini, M. Walsh. Second Row: J. Hale, K. Jones, M. Bradley, C. Duval, L. Watts, R. Bonnell, G. Turk. Third Row: Coach Leavitt, C. Ahern, J. Klevens, B. Topham, D. Ramsure, L. Blake, R. Nelson, A. Scammell, Manager. 43 mm mmmmi vw Front Row, Left to Right: A. Sellew, co-captain, S. Kattany, co-captain. Second Row: G. Kaprilian, J. Johnson, B. Grady, K. Burke, D. Bartzak, M. Rodman, L. Butler, K. Bagley, R. Wetzell, Coach Vasile. 44 m 4 I 4r. 1 5aL vvmvS v a [, 9 $8$$ ■ ( ' ■ - t [ [■ Jltnjf. 45 Front: J. Fasick. Second Row, Left to Right: A. Free, J. Ray, D. Paulini, J. McGovern, D. Newcombe, R. Loyd, C. Fasick, K. Burbules, D. Appleton, Coach O ' Conner. TRACK AND FIELD Front Row, Left to Right: A. Schwartz, K. Clougher, K. Schlemmer, C. Woodward, G. Dzama, W. Larson, F. Driscoll, M. Whelan, S. Kannel, R. Hanson, A. Beattie, S. Saunders, R. Hamilton, G. Shea, D. Putnam, V. Arena, D. DeMeo. Second Row: Coach Bransfield, P. Finney, C. Stygles, M. Woodward, J. McKeon, J. Lentini, R. Williamson, D. Applebaum, R. Pepka, D. Mitchum, M. Tilton, P. Sollima, R. Nickerson, J. Everett, J. Lydon, A. Hirst, Coach Bennett, Coach Whelan. Third Row: K. McNanara, G. Tocci, M. Medieros, R. Nadler, R. Hoyde, D. Noonan, D. Ford, S. Cohen, R. Adamson, M. Chase, K. Dillon, S. Krupski, M. Cobb, D. Callahan, L. Cormier, K. McNamara, D. Nygard. FALL AWARDS ASSEMBLY m im 1 Wt 4M Front Row: Warren Geier, Ronald MacGregor, James Morris, Gary St. Martin. Second Row: Francis Foley, Ronald Bartlet, Stephen Carey, Charles Woodward. SPRING AWARDS ASSEMBLY Left to Right: J, McGovern, L. Pallot- ta, D. Sullivan, S. Kannel, J. Linsky, M, Whelan, J. Fasick, C. Schlemmer. OUTSTANDING ATHLETE On Class Day, June 4th, it was announced that Charles Woodward had been chosen most outstanding athlete for the Class of 1970. The class showed their approval of the choice by standing in ovation as he received his trophy. Charlie has proved himself worthy of the award in many ways through¬ out his three years at Natick High. 19 ' M v yJ). " V w v ., m " fr ' XiS ' . ' i i . v . ' CLUBS First Row, left to right: G. Kaprielian, K. Cunniff, P Morey, Y. Poirier, D. Young, N. Wolfson, K. Man thorne, M. Dowd, S. Stolberg, C. Cronin, P, Fitz gerald, C. Stolberg, B. Shapiro. Second Row: S Imparato, S. Wright, T. Williams, V. Arena, D, Lutt rell, J. Linsky, K. Clougher, W. Belmocf, S. Goldberg, B. Hamilton, T. Mauriello, H. Honigbaum, A. Mason, Third Row: Mr. Cullhane, M. Jue, M. McCaul. M Oxman, D. Dunn, J. Mulligari S. Ceplikas, C Dye, J Witten, L. Butler, G. Beljleau, D. Young, E. Fitz gerald, N. Ambler, S, Kattany, G. Winters, S. Landes man, D. Kopelman, P. Costello, Treed, D. Fields. SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD First Row, left to right: S. Oxford, J. Stygles, B. Fagan, C. Zatz, M. Springer, T. Hoey. Second Row: E. Michelson, L. Glynn, D. Appleton, S. Marchand, C. Murphy, J. Fitzgerald, M. Simione, S. Roberts, E. Wolf, A. Teti, R. Borts, J. Klevens, T. O ' Toole, B. McGovern. Third Row: J. Scianna, K. Forsythe, S. Moulton, J. Dill, J. Richardson, S. Vassel. Fourth Row: E. Cox, J. Porcella, J. Bartlett, D. Daniello, P. Bremner, G. Carter, D. Cardellicchio, R. Grandoni, Miss Buss. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD First Row, left to right: J. Everett, A. Zonghi, N. Aresty, (Pres.) P. Dennett, M. Simon, R. Robblee. Second Row: Mr. Gaudette, Miss Marx, M. Rodman, (Sec.) A. George, M. Gammons, K. Donovan, (Treas.) C. McCarthy, K. Burke, G. Brown. Third Row: (V.P.) M. Bocknek, M, Daly, J. Hannegan, A. Breen, D. Campbell, V. Irvine, G. Whelan. Fourth Row: L. Morana, M. Miller, C. VanGel, P. Kelley. Fifth Row: M. Rattigan, L. Ferola, V. Dirienzo, K. Sellew, M. Keating, P. Murphy, S. Jodice, C. Hadden, D. Bartzak, P. Huling. SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standing left to right: D. Fields, T. Williams, D. Kopelman. Front: S. Landesman. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standing left to right: A. George, M. Bocknek, C. McCdjthy, R.-Cermet. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Standing left to right: T. Larracey, B. Fagan, J. Dill, T. O ' Toole, STUDENT COUNCIL Back: Miss Leavitt, P. Costello, M. Lemaire, P. Daly, A. George, J. Lemaire, K. McGrath, Y. Poirier, J. Witten, M. Dowd, D. Bartzak, M. Chaet, G. Thoreau, K. Hancox, K. Dickson, S. Jodice. 2nd: M. Abramson, R. Franciose, D. Horton, J. Bennett, C. Zatz, D. Gross] B. Fagan, 1st: T Willi, ns, D. Young, Secretary; Mark Dennett, Treasurer; Bob Raider, President; D. Fields, S. Landesman, P. Dennett] D Kopelman. Missing from picture: Bill Finn, Vice President. HONOR SOCIETY First, Left to Right: D. Young, P. Armour, D. Gould, Mr. LaVergne, J. Downey, M. LeMaire, M. Fekete. Second, Left to Right: A. Yelsey, K. Cunniff, P. Allen, N. Amblei. J. Richmond, S. Hill, T M. McCall, S. Ceplikas, T. Skrinikoff, G. Malloy, P. Morey, D. Brown, L, Fine, M. Roodkowski, S. Levine, N. Springer, D. Kopelman, S. Stolberg, T. Schiffrin, W. Lebowitz, G. Dill, L. Vitagliano. L. Witenberg, L. Holt, L. Watts, M. Walsh, C. Price, S. Wright, W. Mallet, P. Kindler, J. Powers, R W. Geir, M. Alexander, B. Fine, R. Fine, E. Kabachnick, P. Karr, D Dunn, J. Epstein, C. Armata, P. Phipps, P. Balcom, G. Kaprelian, P. Huling. Fourth, Left to Right: J. Feeley, B. N. Globa, K. Burke, E. Corbosiero, P. Dennett, J. Rogers, J. Boynton, H. Luftman, S. Austin, D. Golan, L. Champion, J. Freedman, M. Keating. Hayes, S. Goldberg, T. ' B. Sawyer, P. Kincare, Sandrew, K. Manthorne, B. ft to Right; A. Loewenberg, A. Mauriello, B. Pomroid, D. Nellis, D. Brent, J. Witten, K. Bengis, N. Zwicker, B. Gallagher, J. Zicko, K. Elovitz, A. Channel, H. 55 PLANETARIUM AIDES First Row: K. Ahern, B. Sawyer, S, Applebaum, B. Dunn, P Hirtle,-J Kindler, Mr. Jameson. Second Row: W. Sorrel, B Benedict, E. Konowitz, T. Hutchins, C. Campbell. CLINIC AIDES Foreground: S. Bremner. Second Row: C. Sprague, B. O ' Neil, D. Pepi, E. Ahern, M. MacDonald, Mrs. Frazee, Mrs. Davis. Third Row: S. Jodice, N. Leone. GUIDANCE LIBRARIANS First Row, left to right: M. Me Caul, S. Moulton, L. King, Second Row: B. McGovern, L. Franceschi, J. Clover, S Lilley. SOPHOMORE ADVISORY BOARD Sitting: K. Croft, J. Freedman, J. Franklyn, W. Lebowit , C. Stolberg, S. Stolberg, D. Fields, Y, Poirier. Kneeling: K, Fluling, M, Brainerd, M. Oxman, M. Ahern, T. Shiffriri Standing: S. Buerlen, M. Roodkowsky, R, Fine, P. Morey’ M. Lemaire, S. Landesman, M. Foley, D. Luttrell, P. Balcom, R. Anstey. LIBRARY AIDES First Row: D. Stone, C. Weldon, P. Murphy, C. Horton, G. Winters, K Cunniff, C. Clements, T. Thomas. S. McCampbell, P. Butler, D Bamicle, T. Skrinnikov, P. Rogers. Second Row: A. King, S. Ceplikas, J. Tiri«ll, D. Vuari, B. Nicholas, S. Oxford. P i J If toss- — _ v fh( slan, T ov vne. (V lal loy, c or mier, Front: Hassig, V. McGuirrf, R. Bigelow, D. Sullivan, D. Horton, D. De Men, M. Whelan, C. Kaiser. Kk: B. Yarckin, S. Em- lerado, T. Travaglini, J. ' Strong, J. O ' Donnell, G. St. Martin, J. Linsky, B. DeLong, B. Hei, D. Sul¬ livan, B. Larson, G. Dzia- ma, M, Johnson, K. Clougher, C. Woodward, B. Whelan, J. Bennett, G. Downs. Back: J. Martin, K. Cunniff, P, Karr, J. Jensen, A. King, M, Chaet, B. Beliak, S. Lilly, M. Bower, L, Woodward, L. Watts. 3rd row: K. Jones, K. Forsythe, M. Walsh, C. Landry, V. Simms, D. Young, J. Muto, B. Topham. 2nd row: G. Supemov, L. Teele, J. McNeil, C. Ahern, G. Beliveau, W. Vincent, D. Bartzak, K. Ahern, A. Dell, G. Brown, L. Langmead, S. Williams, G. Turk, J. Hale. 1st row: L. Bell, N. Guido, C. Duval, R. Nelson, S. McCampbell, B. Grady, P. Morrill, E. Ahern. UPS FUTURE TEACHERS 1st row: E. Konowitz, K. Vorce, B. Leeth, W. Vincent, S. Agostineli, P. Allen, M. Burke, D. BaiMu A. Sellejffl 2nd row: E. Katz, D. Broshew, T, Thomas, D. Campbell, J. Di Bona, L. Vitagliani, C, Landry, ui Sorabella S. McCampell, K. Ahern. Back Row: L. Goldman, T. Skrinikoff, M. Stacy, R. Murphy, M. McGrath, ' v Gfunia, C. Price, E. Fitzgerald, J. Muto, 0. Young, L. Templeton, K. Hancox. : ■ :: I: Back: R. Boynton, P. Knight, R. Grandoni, L. Goldberg, M. Ur- banak. P Karr, H. Bagley, J. Martin. L King, N. Guido. Mid¬ dle: J. McNeil, jrTerrasi, M. East, B. Grady, A. Bill, K. Burke, S. Cosmos, G. Brown, T Kessel, B. Nadler. Front: L. Sawye B. Hay ton, B. Levine, C. Kour i N. Aresty, E. Infereri, D. Huston. I.R. CLUB Front Row: T. Fekete, S. Goldberg, R. Fine, L. Hunter, R. Kahn, M. Foley, J. Bennett, R. Adams, K. Lutrell, S. Wright. Second Row: J. Mulligan, M. McCaul, N. LeMaire, D. Kopelman, P. Balcolm, L. Fine, N. Springer, B. Sawyer, T. Tilton, El. Kabachnick, R. Marchand. Third Row: Ted Shiffrin, T. Skrinikov, P. Morey, M. Jue, Y. Porier, N. Wolfson, K. Cunniff, P. Kincare, G. Malloy. Fourth Row: Mr. Culhane, T. Roach, A. Schwartz, W. Gier, B. Yarkin, J. Friedman , D. Nellis, S. Gould, K. Hicks, R. Scheufele, K. Manthorne. PEP CLUB MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB First Row: G. Beliveau, B. O ' Neil Second Row: T. Ames, C. Spragi e. M. Thompson, M. Miller, G, Quin tion, L. Pepi, M. MacDonaTl. E Ahern, J. Seely, Miss Dune ' . Mrs Frazee. Third Row: S. S .vyi i. P Morey, J. Paul, G. PrTlinn. Back Row: J. O ' Brien, S Brenner. I Duffy, S. Jodire, S Young 61 SCIENCE—BIOLOGY CLUB Back Row: A. Yelsey. Mr Bohannon G. Ya bek. S. Oxford, M. LebowiM, E Michelson, D. Weeds, D. Abbot. J FrankWn. H Luftman Front Row: E Van. R, Valley, J McCann, G. Dinaro, L. Gibbert. BIOLOGY LAB ASSISTANTS Mr. Bohannon, P. Knight, G. Dinaro, J. Papa GEOLOGY CLUB A Yelsey. Mr. Bohanm X McCann, R. Valley, G Dinaro, R Benedict, E. Dayj fiiow. ! a " .. Ljyi AW li B M " : ms f | rntfA 111 COMPUTER CLUB First Row: S. Simpson, M. Lebowitz, R. Kahn. Second Row: S. Woods, S. Applebaum, E. Van. Third Row: E. Bortz, M. Tiberio, A. Valle, L. Gilbert. Back: H. Luftman. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB First Row: J. Friedman, A. Eisenrnenger. T. Rose, T. Schillrin, J. I raiiklin, B. Hayes, K. Croft, T. Kelley, M. Rood- kowsky. Second Row: R. Borman, W. Lebowitz, R Nelson. 1 W -Iff 1 m 1 ART CLUB Kneeling, left to right: S. Tiberio, R. Morey Standing: R. Anstey, J. Martin, B. Hayton L. Franceschi, L. Sawyer, J. Fitzgerald. ART YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Front Row, left to right: S. Buerlen, R. Anstey, P. Kincare, L. Vitagliano, S. Wright, L. Rowan, Second Row: J. Hayton, P. Kelley, C. Cronin, B. Vaters, S. Heenehan, P. Balcom. mmmmn YEARBOOK SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE jjFirst Row, left to right: K. Ahern, KlkCunniff, N. Wolfson, G. Malloy, J. Sigalove, M. Chevoney. Second Row: C. Cormier, N. Peters, S. Buerlen. ■ 4U y dM f M, !■ I Pf? lift 6 . CHEF ' S CLUB Kneeling, left to right: P. Tartakoff, S. Applebaum, S. Tiberio. Standing: B. Saw¬ yer, M. Oxman, P. Balcom, R. Anstey, Mr, Jameson. Left to right: D. Montgomery, B. Herber, H. Hayett, S. Hill, E. Kabachnick, D, Wormley, R. Fine, Miss Talbott. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ! - 3 ? PETITE ECHO Back: D. Saunders, J, LeMaire, L. Nellis, M. Lebowitz. Front: E. Wolfe, S. Oxford, J. Fos¬ ter. Missing: K. Osreicher, D. Pfiefer, M. Flood. YEARBOOK LITERARY COMMITTEE Back: J. Sigalove, Y. Porier, B. Shapiro. Front. Young, C. Stolberg, S. Buerlen, N. Wolfson. : -- . jd[ Kp-rM V REDMAN STAFF Kneeling, left to right: E. Katz, D. Luttrell, T Kelley. Second Row: M, Bradley, A. Jewell, L Goldman. BASS AM ON Front Row: J. Hayton, J. Franklyn, L. FirfT W. Lebowitz, M. Foley, N. Springer, J. Friedman. Second Row: K. Hicks, K. Croft, T O ' Toole, K. Voice, E. Fitzgerald, W. Vmcent, D. Cedrone. D. Dunn, K. Manthorne. M. Mcgrath, C. Cronin, A. Eisenmenger. BAND Row VII: R. Bellafatto, W. Heavey, D. Whitney, S. Applebaum, J. Ray, B. Talis, M. Titton, M. Garsia, J. Swain, R. Bartlett. Row VI: A. Henderson, R. Adams, I. Schneider, E. Konowitz, C. Johnston, K. Woods, A. Hayes, M. Hirsh, M. Powers, F. Gordon, N. Cahalen, J. Lemkuhl. Row V: P. Kimball, M. Kendig, S. Mastracchio, P. Huling, P. Landsman, M. Wright, S. Davidson, K. Powers, B. Hayes, C. Barbour, B. Bellmore. Row IV: S. Krupski, J. Hodgson, S. Goldberg, M. Miller, Martin, D. Brown, J. Drown, R. Costello, K. Aubin, D. DeMille, G. Vantassel, M. Simon. Row III: M. Lemaire, G. Supernor, J. Lemaire, P, Armour, J. Foster, J. McCann, P. Doucette, A. Channell, H. Luftsman, D. Johnston. Row II: M. Hagemeister, J. Powers, J. Linsky, G. LeBlanc, T. Kelly, C. Crowley, D. Jangraw, S. Lelievre. Row I: L. Templeton, C. McCarthy, C. Quigley, D. Wormley, G. Hanna, S. Buerlin, J. Tolland, Mr. J. Hahn. First Row: S. Ross, D. Brown, C. Johnson, B. Leith, K. Crofb,L Rowan, J. Freeman, S. Talis, S. Stolberg, A. Loewenberg, W. Lebowitz, Second Row: P, Bregoli, J. Millar, D. Luttrell, L. McCarthy, J. McCarenJjjj. Hasting, S. Brandt, D. Wormley, S. Wright, T. Rose, B. Adams. Third .Bow: N. Zwicker, B. Vaters, A. D Oi.icrhi.i, M Globa. K J yu.e, D. Aitken, K. Bagley, P. Armour, J. A C APPEAL A ji DRAN CLUB First Row: W. Lebowitz, J: Freed man, N. Springer. Second Row: M. Oxman, J. Franklin, B. Adamsf T. Rose, S. Applebaum, J. Davidoff, D. Abbott, D. Luttrell. Third RowS K. Croft, J. Dill, M. Bockneck, [3 Wormley, B. Yarkin, E. Konowitz! K. Hancox, B. Wetzel. Fourth Row:] E. Michelson, M. Flood, N. Cala- han, P. Rogers, D. Nathanson, K. Sullivan, K. Ploss, C. Nadeau, J. Lemaire, K. Vorce, J. Kloper, P. Kelley, R. Murphy, P. Rosen, S. Clancy, D. McKenzie. First Row, left to right: K. Hancox, P. Dennett, T. Thomas, B. Sawyer, P. Kindler, C. Hadden, B. Hayes, A. Hayes. Second Row: D. Brochu, L. Fine, D. Campbell, P. Kelley, P. Balcom, M. Oxman, P. Morey, P. Allen, A. Channel!] C. Bengis, W. Lebowitz. Third Row: D. McKe| ie, C. Ploss, K. Cunniff, L. Holt, M. Powers, COMPETITIVE SPEECH Back: Mr. Dyer, M. Roodkowski, R. Fine, V. Fraser, J. Davidoff, D. Worm- ley, J. Kelley, D. Cedrone, D. Bartzak, S. Brandt. Front: S. Black, K. Vorce, J, Freeman, E. Frazee, M. Foley, K. Croft, J. Freedman, D. Luttrell, W Hayes, P. Dennett, D. Montgomery. 69 FRENCH CLUB Back: C. Bengis, A. Hayes, J. Foster. 2nd: A. Channell, T. Schiffrin, T. Fekete. 3rd: C. Champion, M. Lemaire, K. Cunniff, J. Lemaire. GERMAN m CLUB Back: H. Luffman, M. Braineid, H .niez, K. Manthorne, W. Lebowitz. I fl 1 xUrvi.i ' H-t ft 1 M Dv-w P. 3rd iuw. i»uruuvvuz ( m. i uvyci j, i». » i S LilleW T. Skrinikoff, P. Jacobs, S. Marta 2nd row: Miss Wrenn, E. Michel- son. G. Malloy, J. Freidman, H. Globa, G. Brown, K VoriV 1st row: R. Kahn, P. Petrie, D Abbot, S Wright, T. Kobb. ?. G S DID A BOOM GPATCH MAI PATCH GUYS, RODE AGAI 4W 73 EVENING OF MUSIC On May 1 the band under the direction of Mr. John Hahn and the Natick High Chorus under the direction of Mr. Leo Bachini presented an evening of music. The listening audience was completely on the receiving end of the show, for along with the fine program there was no admission fee for students. The band and chorus have done a fine job this year under their respective directors. SCHOOL FAIR This year both parents and students alike enjoyed another successful school fair. Everyone was fascinated by the many projects, exhibits, and skits presented by the students. We hope that the school fair will continue to be an annual event at Natick High. First Row: Mr. Murray, S. Tiberio (1st physics), S. Lilley (2nd Biology), W. Lebowitz (3rd Anatomy Physiology), D. Olans (Honorable Mention), R. Bresloof (Honorable Mention), Mr. Columbo. Second Row: J. Martin ( 3rd Biology), D. Nellis (Honorable Mention Anatomy Physiology), P. Knight (1st Biology), J. Witten (2nd Anatomy Physiology), M. Dennett (Honorable Mention Anatomy Physiology). Third Row: G. Beliveav (1st Anatomy Physiology, Grand Prize), W. Geir (Honorable Mention Anatomy Physi¬ ology), K. Burbles (3rd Biology). " 70 NOW IT NEVER WILL BE AGAIN " MHI The stage is a clock, the theme is time. Time goes forward and backward, around and inside out. Some say the king is mad; some say normal. Some say the king has never lived, some say he isall men who have ever existed. " Exit the King " a play about a man who is and a man who isn ' t, a paradox of being. EXIT THE KING OLIVER A boy grew up on a stage of color and light, sharing his words and music with his friends and enemies. Natick High presented " Oliver " , a musical experience. Cast (in order of appearance) Mr. Bumble . . . Widow Corney . . Oliver Twist . . . Mr. Sowerberry . Mrs. Sowerberry . Charlotte. Noah Claypole . . The Artful Dodger Fagin . Charley Bates . . Nancy . Bet . Chairman. Bill Sikes. Mrs. Bedwin . . . Mr. Brownlow . . Mr. Grimwig . . . Old Sally. Matron. Watchman . . . . Chorus Dancers Workhouse gang . .Spencer Wright . .Jane Freedman .Jay Golan . Richard Luttrel . Deborah Brown . Elizabeth Butler . . .David Abbott . . . Marc Ratner .Steven Bornstein . . .Jon DiSavino . . . Joan Bartels Amy Loewenberg . . . . Gary Neus . . . , Mark Foley . .Stephanie Talis Michael DiPadula . . Richard Ryan . Diane Kopelman . Rebecca Wetzel . . . . Gary Neus Bp _ SENIORS 83 OUR EXCHANGE STUDENT PASCAL KINDLER Pascal came to America from Geneva, Switzerland with a fantastically romantic French accent. When he first heard that he was coming to Natick he was disappointed that it was not further west, but now is sure that Natick was a good choice. Before his arrival he thought that he didn ' t like American girls but now he thinks differently having made many friends. Pascal was our first AFS student to earn athletic letters, one in soccer and the other for track; and when asked he said that sports was the best part of Natick High for him. In fact, his only problems schoolwise were the first weeks of American History, but that is understandable. He was very impressed with the buildings and location of the high school, saying it is much better than those he visited in surrounding towns. Pascal gave many talks throughout the town, illustrated with slides of his homeland. His friendly personality earned him many friends among the people of Natick. He was a good addition to AFS in Natick and truly helped to increase international under¬ standing. We are sincerely happy to have had Pascal with us this year and wish him luck next year and in all of his future endeavors. Thanks for being you, Pascal. A.F.S.... fat American girls ... Sweden ... bicycle ... Sorry, I have practice ... Ameri¬ can History . .. Bunker Hill 1861 ?! . . . always hungry .. . 2 5 70 ... English? . .. guitar.. . peanut butter... stupid " girl friend " system ... the spy who came from the east. Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Soccer, A.F.S. Club. PRESIDENT DAVID FIELDS Pres. . . . Maverick ... it broke in three halves . . Sue ,.. room 2 . . . pre-dates , . . Echo Bridge ... air port . . . " our day will come " . .. Lakewood C.C. . . Sizzle-man .. . what ' s gym? ... where ' s Mr. Cul hane?... the lounge!... President, Treasurer Executive Board, Student Council, Safety Patrol Boys ' State, Student Government Day. SECRETARY SHERYL LANDESMAN " Wanna hear a joke? " .. . thay thsweetie ... what accident? ... kneesocks culottes... 3 of us ... Coach Landesman .,, . the windows , .. sideburns... football dinner. .. " Where’re the seatbelts? " ... Teen Room Chaperone... did you say coordi¬ nation? .. . Snoopy ' s best friend... Miss Spirit Secretary, Student Council, Pep Club, safety Patrol, A.F.S., Library Aide. VICE PRESIDENT THOMAS WILLIAMS CLASS OFFICERS Tom ... Lis... Wellesley College . .. Walking in the rain ... Mt. Lith . .. Bailey ' s and Ho Jo ' s... 7 yrs. . . . Big Mac ' s . . . Who said? . . . Soccer Capt. . . . ice cream in Watertown . .. street hockey . .. Conn.... Chinese Fire Drills ... physics? ... thumb much . .. VISTA . .. toots ... 3 of us ... T.T.O.L.Y. Vice President, Executive Board, Student Council, Soccer, Baseball TREASURER DIANE KOPELMAN Gymnastics ... green . .. turn down the P.A. . . . waterski? ... " Things go better with Kope " .. . Fair¬ way . .. wanna ticket?. . . March 21 ... 3 of us ... red licorice ... license plate major, . . Nikki and Bill . . . clove .. . " they tell it ' s real rough " . .. Santa . . . trips to Harvard... Winter Carni ... Treasurer, Cheer¬ leader, Student Council, Executive Board, Honor Society, Gymnastics, Safety Patrol, Pep Club. 85 Elizabeth J. Adams — Lizzie ... R.P. . . . Ferry Beach Crew . . . last summer Hey Wizzie is that a To wn ie? . . . C ' mon Jean yodel I . . . Who did that? . . . really makes it! .. . Hum- fire! . . . V.W- Art¬ ist .. . K932 . . . cer¬ tain Braintree tennis player... Phillips Ac¬ ademy . . . 7-4-68 . . . Thanksgiving " 68 " . . . Ski much? . . . carna¬ tions .. . pakrelcakali. David Abbott — Babbit. . . U.P.S. . . . Orange Marmalade . . . dead . . . Enchanted Forest . . . What Con¬ spiracy? . . . Hey Fag¬ got . . . Ski much . . . Grassey Hopper , . . Europe bound. Frederick Adams — Hair- cut needed . . . College??? . . . North¬ eastern U.?... 19 in a row... Who skips En¬ glish? . . . cycles . .. Nan- tasket . . . minus one half a Triumph 500, Thank you W.P.D. . . . Falmouth. THE PROGRESSION OF A CLASS Kathleen F. Ahern — Kate . . . April 1 1, 1969 . . . dimples ... al¬ ways smiling . . . those blue eyes . . . that laugh I ... Locker L 200 . . . visits to homeroom 109 . . . wishin ' and hopin’ ... " I want to hold your hand " ... al¬ ways on time???... cruisin for a bruise.. . " former basketball great. " Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Pep Club, G.A.A., Planetarium Aide, Future Teachers, " Le Petit Echo " , Yearbook Subscription. Susan Agostinelli — Thusie . . . The dynam¬ ic duo . . . Babson weekends ... 84 . .. loves museums . . . half a cousin . . . can’t drive ... Jordans . .. " I ' m surprised at you, Cheetah” .. . broken toboggan . . . Eddie . . . bound for Roanoke . . Mac Donald ' s . . . June 6 . . . one of the four. Basketball, Field Hockey, Future Teach- ers. Pep Club, Sassamon. Robert Fiske Adams people are best! . . . MacBeth-MacDuff . . . play rehearsals until midnight... writing songs and poems... Southhampton Col¬ lege . . . Wayland Folk Masses . . . Briar- wood . . . Fanta- sticks . .. Guitar. . . Richie, got a pick? Band, Drama Club, A’Capella. Theresa Ames — Terry . . . Lenny . . . South Natick . . . ' 65 Falcon . . . New York ... In love . . . give me just a little more time ... NLABS... August 24 . . . So Happy Together ... Blue Flash . . . always broke . . . NEEC . . . nice smile . . . Mac Donald ' s . . . Special Roses. Donna M. Aitken — De . . . 1 2 a pickle... yr . .. COOKIE! . . . Ernie ' s laugh . . . earrings much! . . . Mr. H. . . . I ' m a daisy! . . . " All our dandelion days are gone " ... " In the summer¬ time of days. I ' ll ask for nothing more than a face and a quiet place that was cast aside by God. " Michael J. Alexander — Franklin Park Zoo in the rain . . . the three erasers that weren ' t there . . . the Film ... the dump .. . " Big Deal " ... a 21 year old school teacher . . . fifteen dollars. . . Week ' s Dairy . . . three minutes at the Pea¬ body. National Honor Soc¬ iety, International Re¬ lations Club, Science-Bi¬ ology Club. Patricia A. Allan - Patti . . . basketball games . . . skinny boys . . . Mac Donald ' s . . . the nightclub .. . broken toboggan . . . Babson week¬ ends . . . Woolworth’s . . . the raid .. . " I ' ll drive " ... 70x1_ Always late... bicycle rides . . . R.J.M. . . . hot chocolate .. . Paul ... one of the four. Pep Club, Future Teachers, Honor Society, American Field Service. Nancy Ambler — Gumby ... John ... a gold lock¬ et... and all the time the spare was in the trunk! . . . " I ' m so embarrassed " . . . willow tree . . . can ' t find the time . . . He ' s in the closet? . . . Big Sur . .. walks on the lake . . . love can make you happy. Exec¬ utive Board, Cheerleader. Sharon A. Annese — Hal . . . came to us from Brook¬ line . . . Girls room by the cafe . . . wedding bells . . . most likely to succeed ... a true friend . . . " E” period English . . . Mac Donald ' s . . . weekends at U.Mass . . . Where ' s Connie and Sue? . . . tobogganing . . . C.V.S. . . . partial to a cream Lemans . . . July 4, 68 . . . hop-a-long. Robin Anstey — I am in love with arcana celestia, and when you laugh with me I perceive the answer ... I paint faces, smiles, gods, and cherry summertimes in the colors of my mind. Art Club, Photography Club. Stephen A. Applebaum — Ellen! . . . Sizzleman . . . Idiot Box Machine . .. It ' s down again . . . No smooch¬ ing in the planetarium . .. " Where you going? " . . . Secret Agent . . . " Study, what study? " . . . Goodbye Mr. Colombo . . . " Oliver " .. . " Lights " . .. blind . .. lonely . . . next week¬ end . . . Ellen! Drama Club, Computer Club. Planetar¬ ium Aide, Band. David Appleton — Those ears . . . midnight hockey . . . feet! .. . Margie . . . Bruins much? . . . never any stuff . . . ham and cheese .. . " So very happy " . . . clothes much??? . . . creep ... what gear? ... more .. . M73 . . . West Natick .-. . boardwalk ... 4 A.M. . . . Horseneck. Exec¬ utive Board, Soccer, Base¬ ball, Golf. Vincent J. Arena — Vin- nie . . . quiet . ... Arena Bros . . . things are picking up . . . Mommy works here ... Lowell Tech ... B period study . . . " Hi " . . . Friday the 13th . . . Sue. . . " So very happy " . . . Good Luck. Football, Outdoor Track, Executive Board, 87 Kristin Paula Armata — Right here Harry! . . . The Apartment... Ward Hill Bomber . . . V.W. . . . Natick Tool Rental . . . Boston Com¬ mon , . . grak . . . dirty shoe laces . . . B.C. lunches . . . walk to Bos¬ ton ... hey Bobby — Oh, Thanks . . . fried ice cream . . . Wayland dances . . . " These Eyes " . . . almost made it. Pep Club, Art Club, National Honor Society. Pamela Armour — Car¬ rots . . . terrifying tac¬ tics on the trampoline . . . Mrs. Chauvenet . . . " I thought you were dead I " ... Ripe Straw¬ berries, Ripe ... I flunk¬ ed .. . did you do the math . . . glorious com¬ mandos . . . Simmons bound . . . Lizzie and Houdini . . . they ate their dish! . . . holy crow! Glee Club, Band, A Capella, G.A.A., Na¬ tional Honor Society, Safety Patrol. ISTHE PROGRESSION OF ITS INDIVIDUALS Linda Cheryl Arthur — Lyn . . . loves people ... Raindrops falling from my eyes... 13th... W.B., someday we ' ll be together I . ■ . always winking ... hi! honey . . . Wore. Jack . .. Rug lets go driving by . . . purple . , . many admirers ... sorry I ' m busy ... Hampton, Emmm . . . " My Girl " .. . loves to dance . .. hi there ... 90 m.p.h. Look Outll .. . Pep Club. Joseph Aucoin — Oakie . . . New Hampshire . . . Rhode Island . . . Xmas Eve ... ski mobiles galor much . . . one certain girl ... Navy bound .. . Mobile Joe . . . Potato man . . . those cliffs . .. last rites. . . where ' s Par, Riell, Buck . . . diet ... 66 Ponti¬ ac .. . always laughing . ., Good Luck Joe. Constance J. Aucoin — Connie . . . petite . . . Waltham . . . Larry . . . those big brown eyes . . . " Someday we ' ll be together " ... " A period comb outs " . . . future hairdresser . . . talk much?? ... E period English . . . Lunch! . . . never leaves a thing out I ... sincere . . . those B period discus¬ sions . . . knitting need¬ les .. . partial to a cer¬ tain yellow Torino... Orpal ' s Girl. Doreen Frances Aucoin — " Dodi " . . . wedding bells... September 19th ... in love . .. scetti . . . loves school? .. . hypochondriac much .. . Ad-36 . .. Darb . . . long walks . .. what ring? . . . sleepy head . . . what a voice! ... 4 legged para¬ keet??? . . . good kid .. . everything . .. June 6th. A Capella Choir, Glee Club. 88 John Bacchiocchi — The Year of the Gun . . . Zen Buddhism . . . Big E . . . S-270 Mein Kampf . . . roaster . . . alone . . . the great healer . . . red bird . . . socialism . . . VIVA Dave .. . France. Wrestling. Kim Bagley - Piccolo ' s . . . stlches anyone . . . hey Kap ... E period A P . . . skiing . . . where are your earrings? . . . Spring- field ... hockey fan. . . Northeastern. A.F.S., Art Club, A Capella, Pep Club, Library Aide, Tennis, Year¬ book Subscription. Paula J. Balcom — " Hey Wow! " . . . Elizabethan food ... je ne comprendre pas . . . tiger . . . skiing . . . someday . . . math drop¬ out . . . make-up commit¬ tee . . . double graduation. Yearbook Staff, A.F.S., Photography Club, French Club, Pep Club, I.R. Club. Jane V. Bandini — Frito Bandito . . . the cape . . . never in homeroom . . . 31st in ' 67 ... 8 periods of art a day?? . , . Chinese fire drills ... 43 ice creams at lunch . . . laugh . . . appre¬ ciates good Kazoo music. Basketball, Softball, Art Club. Donna J. Barber — One of three . . . dry sense of humor . . . " make any sense? " . . . Conn. . . . painted blue jeans. . . G.C. . . . cops and keys . . . 3 ft. deep . . . another curb? . . . Mike . . . Labor Day weekend . . . A.M. . . . " What ' s for lunch? " . . . trouble with the Tempest . . . " What a Cut! " . . . smile! Pep Club, Future Teachers Club. Gilbert M. Barone - Gil . . . parties at Worms . . . Charles Street Hassles . . . Shermy . . . card games in caf.. . Natick Labs . . . The Meadows . . . town forest. . . U. Mass . . . Marl- boros , . . frequent Leonard Morse visitor . . . got a " moke " . . . screaming yel¬ low zonkers . . . rat races . . .tardy much? Golf. Gary R. Barrett Anthony W. Beattie — Snuf¬ fy .. . H2(o ... HI... we ' re 1 . . . F periods . . . defense , . . gloves in the storeroom . . . totaled sweats . . . slot-put . , , spear-chucker . . . back of the bus . . . ace serve . . . N252 . . . A.M.C. . . . skiing " 70 " . . . Chestys Club . , . Wedge. Football, Track. Gale P. Beliveau — " Belle " . . . " Derek " . . . Fenway Park retreat . . . October 1, 1967 . . . Pennant Grill . . . Joe . . . model . . , West Point . . . Montreal Jean ' s 5th . . . three sports star , . . " oh, that ' s close! " . . . " Hey, ya wanna? " . . , beautiful clothes . . . always smiling . . . horror shows at Natick Labs . . . college bound . , . oh, those eyesl G.A.A., Medical Careers, Pep Club, Executive Board, Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Safety Patrol. Alden L. Bellofatto — Aldie . . . Waldo . . . girls . . . V.W. . . , moody . , . always good for a laugh . . . imitations... I might be small but I can take care of myself . . . thinks he can sing . . . " Oh my God " . . . eagle . . . ticklish . . . spi¬ ders . . . personality plus . . , flirt , , . where ' s your jacket? 89 Richard Bellofatto — Dick . . . Ford power . . . Vermont . . . how we go " Cutta " . . . what brakes . . . Little Ben? . . . 120+ ... Sal Road . . . " Which way do I go? " . . . tuba ... go Natick . . . member E period Zoo . . . likes ten¬ nis .. . U. Mass . . . final¬ ly made it. Cross Coun¬ try Tearn, Indoor Track. Outdoor Track, Band. William J. Belmore — Saturdays during foot¬ ball season . , . SHOT- DOWN . . . weekends at the TEEN Room . . . Natick Trust . . . " He likes to work " . . . Ding Dong. Neetega Council, Band, Dance Band, Ex¬ ecutive Board, Safety Patrol. CHANGE IN THE ATMOSPHERE AROUND US Nancy B. Benes — Nan . . . good memory . . . Covairs do go . . . row 13... sneaking out — sneaking in . . . Stop Shop . . . 44889 . . . hockey player , . . wanna skip? . . . Sept, 13 . . . have a race . . . " Ruthie” . . . the morning after . , , locked out . . . A.F. ... go read a book . . . I forget . . . Pep Club, Fu¬ ture Teachers Club. John Bennett — The board¬ walk ... 21 run . . , Honor¬ ary West Natick Boy . . . Gumby Fan . . , New Years Eve . . . State Meet Relays ... B period Study . . . Coach ' s son . , . winter trips to the beach . , . The Ivy League. Football, Indoor track, Baseball, Student Council. Joanne N. Bonlnati — Jo . .. how many jobs does that make it? . . . excellent driver? . .. backs into garages. . . boys much .. . Robbie ... in love .. . finally decided to come back . . . one of Squeak ' s pals . . . will she ever make itll! . . . good luck, Jo. Judith A. Benjamin - Pull it . . . May 17th . . . Royal Pudding any one? . . . Friday nites with the girls , Ken- more Square . . . one of the F.D.C. ' S . . . " adoc¬ ker " ... I feel funny . . . always laughing . . . hor¬ rible hungries . . . Conn . . . . has a secretin . . . never no money . . . change much . . . high on life . . . Peacel 90 Bruce Beshansky — Juicy . . . friendly . . . shy . .. Orpals forever . . . records . . . peaceful ... 75 watts . . . grocery man .. . Box- boro and D.R. . . . what ' s an Ava . . . Le Mans . . . watch- out for the fence . . . slob D.J. . . . myf? . . . WBCN . . . crazy. Raymond Bigelow — Front page hero . . . picture taken much? . . . " Spooky " . . . " ' 62 ' Comets do go! " ... college gymnast? . . . " Mr. Leavitt finally made a movie on me! " ... a squash end member . .. why no sleep at Friendly’s . . . sales¬ man or service. Football. Gymnastics, Keith S. Billian - RED . . . certain junior girl . . . the great summer of " 69 " . . . often seen with the boys??? . . . one of squeaks pals . . . Robert ' s Shell . . . likes to bake bagels . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . green mustang . . . every¬ body ' s friend . . . college bound . . . the best deserves the best! Sally Jean Birch — Pharf . . . " all our dandelion days are gone " ... Kaleidoscope per¬ sonality . . . Simonpure . . . De . . . stained glass peace medal . . . shay ... " I make rhymes for people who won ' t hear, some who will not turn their faces to meet mine " . . . Amen. Gary Bliss — Gar . . . Honeywell . . . ' 65 442 ' s . . . North wing . . . E period English . . , Nancy??? . . . Home¬ work?? . . . What ' s that??? ... 9th grade sci¬ ence with Rod . . . Deten¬ tion . . . Suspended? Not me . . . Old friends at the Cinema. Stephen P. Bloom — Groovy Dog! . . . Skinnyl . . . T.G. Blues . . . NY . . . bupkisand Beer . . . Saturday on the Charles . . . certain animal . . . eat, drink and be heavy . . . hog-hooker . . . who needs brakes? . . . Cheerleading Capt.? . . . nice one cleaver . . , Q Club . . . Nauset 68 .. . long drop! . . . T.T. anonymous. Kari J. Bocknek — One of two . . . logical explana¬ tions . . . Sugar . . . shrink . . . vocation: scrubwoman . . . Brighton . . . never on Sundays . . . where ' s Karen? . . . the horn works! ... in love ... ' 61 Ford . . . that infectious laugh . . . beautiful happen ings ... is your dog locked up? . . . understanding . . . arguments... sure to be successful. Executive Board, Nurses Aide. Kathleen Mary Borden — Kay . . . shiney smile . . . knocked for a loop . . . Bar and Grill ... I don ' t dance, but ... uh uh . . . brass rail . . . sleeps in cubby holes . . . open house . . . spaghetti . . . holy wall . . . 3 ' s my quota . . . bumpy stairs . . . weekend with D.A. ' s . . . B.U. girl . . . they know . . . breaks the sound barrier . . . sunglasses . . . weird laughs. Steven Bornstein — Hamlet in tights . . . Pooka Harvey . . . Harold ' s censorship . . . Hi Supermac . . . morning ad libs . . . Fagin the play . . . Wilson ask him . . . Jokes with Mr. Murphy . . . a sheep in wolf ' s clothing . . . pollination . . . Mark John Wayne . . . Charlie Brown . . . Sex after death . . . sick jokes. Competitive Speech, Drama Club, Sas- samon. Nancy E. Boyd — Schnook- ims , . . Stanley . . . Gary ... in love . . . hey Pat . . . I ' m sorry Ollie . . . E period Zoo . . . can you wait ... I know I don ' t get it . . . what a wit . . . personality plus . . . one of three . . . apart¬ ment with Cindy . . . best friend . . . those eyes . . . many friends . . . always needed . . . white fence . . . road runner . . . debts to Pat . . . Good Luck. 91 Margaret J. Bradley — Marg . . . another Chem¬ istry whiz . . . English Soul Sessions . . . phi- losphical talks with Zooey . . . softball . . . future Summerhill . . . Damia St. . . . Dennis . . . great on wheels . . . L.O. . . . espanolisimo . . . mixed bag . . . sing ho . . . silly old bear . . . " You fiend, Kenny King. " Norman A. Bradley — Norm . . . Red . . . surf¬ ing Cape Cod week¬ end . . . haunted house Star Market . . . food hoist . . . The wife, J.M. . . . Impala ' s 60-62 . . . The Derby . . . loves snow? . . . Wellfleet surf . . . Hyannis . . . Ding-a-ling . . . service bound. GOES HAND IN HAND WITH NEWER FREEDOM AND INDIVIDUALITY Paul F. Bregoli Deborah B. Brent — Jinx ... I don ' t under¬ stand . . . Bear was there ... ice cream on fire? . . . The dragon Kil¬ ler .. . U bolt broke at 3:00 A.M.? . . . magic fingers . , . witch hazel ... hit the road Jack . . . don ' t worry about it . . . Watson ' s Northeastern. Madeline 8rainerd Warren B. Brewster - " 63 " Chevy . . . shot down by a VW . . . New York . . . what ' s a barber? ... ex¬ ceptional Driver . . . never skipped B period ... not muchl ... get what? . . . hard worker . . . good luck in the future. 92 Maureen A. Brittin — Maureen Mustang . . , T.W.A. ... Big Al . . . webbed foot . . . Porsche . . . grind your gears . , . Golden Arches . . . New Years Ewe ... on the road again . . . Conn. . . . Cole¬ man . . . cockier ... R.L. Ill ... evil woman . , . what Christine A. Briggs — Chris B.C. party? . . . what a .. . Jim . .. 1972 ... al- hasslel . . . half days? . . . ways. Room 3A. Peter K. Brockway — Kim . . . where ' s the party? . . . where ' s the chips?. . . I can ' t see ... E period horror show! . . . Sam Killer . . . excellent student??? ... . Ford man . . . Egors . . . that laugh ... ski much . . . lives for weekends . . . Macs . . . Bound for Wil¬ liams ... Good Luck. Judith Bronf in David Brown — Dave . . . Sears ... Big Boy , . , wait for me in the cafeteria . . . 64 T Bird ... F period study . . . leaves G . . . oh ya right , . , Slamins gas sta¬ tion . . . trips to Florida . . . some bookkeeper , , . Good Kid. Baseball Manager, Football. Deborah J. Brown — She ' s not my sister ... 3 coffees. 1 milk . . . " Willie Dear " ... I hit an Al . . . Ken . . . Cadillac . . . coffins . . . J the debil made me do it . . , let ' s have a party . . . Where’s South Hadley? . . . 1 of 4. Honor Society, A Cappella, Band, Senior Play. Karen Brown — " Little Peg " .. . July 4th .. . " Say goodnight Dick " ... KEVIN . . . April 10th . . . B period Studies . . . I ' m getting out of here . . . needs a job on a register . . . that ' s cute . . . Salem End . . . Drive-In . . . Rockport . . . waterbabies . . . " Hap¬ piness is being with Boo. " John Buckles — Buckie . . . cute but persuasive , . . that certain girl from Way- land . . . cindi , . . wild times . . . Giovanni ' s bus- boy . . . well known . . . loves his dungeon . . . Paul Smith bound . . . sure to succeed. Outdoor track, In¬ door track. Susan Buorlen — " Suzie " . . . That Girl . . . boys much? . . . always smiling . . . majorette . . . white Mustang . . . Nursey Sue . . . that darn knee . . . Vinnie , . . crazy much . . . those Friday nights . . . swimming in the mall . . . Zonkers . . . sews beautiful clothes . . . smile and the sun will shine forever. Medi¬ cal Careers, Majorette, Pep Club, Yearbook Staff Sophomore Advisory. Maureen F. Burke — Moe ... flirt much . . . Glenn . .. what ' s for lunch . .. summers at Duxbury . . . " Hold on " . . . dimples . . . Aug 11... C’mon lets go .. . ski trips . . . 9:00 phone calls . . . certain dance . . . who ' s Harold . . . cut it outl . .. skinny legs . . . Jor¬ dan ' s . . . Zip Zip Zip. Prom Club, Prom Committee, Cotillion Committee. 93 Susan Ann Busch Laura Joyce Butler — Basketball freak . . . Amherst breakdown - . . N.Y.A. . . . Four in the front . . . I ' m game ... I have to make an impres¬ sion . . . pumpkin head . . . my legs are crisping . . . I ' m grubbin . . . Who ' s tapping at my window??? Summer " 69 " . . . Sandy Neck tial to Po lacks . . . Peace Day " 69 " . .. Chin Dueys... Work¬ shop cruisin on our feet ... Needham lunch . . . Wellesley Golf course 13 hole . . . ' Jokes on you ' . . . Pri- bridge 2 am munication Breakdown . . . DTM . . . Watch out for cemeteries . . . Is anything showing??? All for one and one for AS SOPHOMORES WE BECOME PART OF A SPRAWLING UNFAMILIAR SCHOOL Robert Byrnes Rab . . . Zayre . . . The factory . . . " Mary " . . . 61 Valiant... Hopkin- ton . . . Shop F+G . . . Where ' s tank . . . How ' s the wife and kids . .. Carla Camplsi — Carla . . . nutty . . . always has a joke . . . one of the F.D.C. ' s . . . a summer place . . . it ' s only incense! . . . Carlings Rein¬ deer ... A Docker . . . Romo . . . Wellesley . . . Another world . . . Do your own thing . . . She ' s unique, artistic and very indepen¬ dent . . . Smile God loves you . . . Paul E. Carew Duncan Campbell — Dune . . . Chevy II... Member of T.T. . . . Bloomys . . . Sears Automotive . . . Nauset 68 . . . Schlitz and Chips ... It won ' t start . . . Summer Nights in Boston . . . Thanks¬ giving At Tony ' s . . . My cars broken again . . . Bound for art school . . . 94 Stephen M. Carey — The Emperor: . . . SSSS . , , smjc . . . Brilliant creations " Oh Really " . . . Loves . , . dragons and cats — ' Miner¬ va! ' . . . Weekend voyages with the wizard . . . Brother ' s wild partiesl . . . Dylan . . . the cellar . . . ' B ' period escapades!! ...The nature trail . . . pointed ears??? . . . peace. Gym¬ nastics. Soccer, Art Club. Wayne R. Carlson — Carlson Kid . . . fast GTO . . . Hurst four on the floor . . . undis¬ puted Tarzan of Senior Lounge . , . anything for a laugh . . . " Want to put money on it " . . . Part-time student. . . steady clown! , . . good friend . . , Linda Ann Carpluk . . . four day week . . . Amherst breakdown . . . that ' s dis¬ gusting . . . N.Y.A. . . . July 4 at Laura ' s . . . Summer 69 . . . Sandy Neck . . . Sears . . . out the window . . . ALLRIGHT! ... 30 min. tape of your laugh . . . clean record??? . . . Lead foot. . . Wanna??? . . . me cry??? . . . come one come all . . . Kevin John Carr — Kev . .. the collar... yellow Camaro . . . Cici ... 74... The Tea Party... Thanksgiving nite . . . it ' s Tom Jones... Talks to cokes . . . Summers at Win- throp . . . Likes ears . . . Bowl of toasted cran- snakies .. . a cloud called happiness. Football, Hock ey. Michael D. Carrol — F + G period? ... Of course I ' ll go . . . ya I got the car . . . what would life be without speech . . . Roger, would you write my excuse? Wrestling. Fredrick P. Casey — Freddy . . . Blivit . . . Sum¬ mer Parties . . . F troop . . . Drive much . . . Lets find Rita . . . Hampton Beach Experience . . . Maine . . . Mr. B ' s Dark Room ... Ice House Wall . . . Mornings before football games ' s . . . Weekend Down the Cape . . . Got many Deten¬ tions . . , Fred . . . One of the Boys. David Adam Castelli — " If you know what college I ' m going to tell me. I don ' t know.” . . . " Pablo " . . . Basketball... Cazzie. In¬ tramural Tennis. Joseph R. Cautela, Jr. — Joe . . . Thinks He’s funny . .. reads too much . . . sci-fiction nut — collector ... loves study . . . wide awake . . . life 69 , . . Loves Barbers . . . super rich . . . Triples (with extra bread)!! . , . 5,8 and 140 pounds . . , long Blond Hair and blue eyes . . . Boston College. Andrew P. Cecchi — Ange . . . Fantastic Algebra Stu¬ dent, (Isn ' t that right Mr. Black?) . . . Terrific Basket ball player . . . pizza . . . Chinese food . . . Happy sense of Humor, " Jackson Five " . . . The Cape . . . Na¬ tions 1 D.J. of ' 75 WMEX . . . Abbey Road . . . Chocolate pudding . . . Feb, 25, 1952 .. . Likes the cafeteria ' s hamburg fric asee, Torino, Lasagne . . . Sandra Joyce Ceplikas — Sandi . . . " What does that mean? " . . . every other weekend at Mary Ann ' s . . . perfectionist... twin trouble... Luvate . . . great gum snapper. . . lav¬ ender ... 17 Birthday sur¬ prises . . . N.H. . . . Knee- socks . . . " C ' est la vie! " . . . National Honor Society. AFS, Pep Club, IMC Aide, Safety Patrol, Executive Board. 95 Michele Marie Chagnon — Mitch . . . Shelley . . . Dec. 13, 1969... blonde hair much . . . Stop Shop girl . . . Ditto ... " I said yah! " .. . Three? .. . one nurse coming up . . . " Two lovers " . . . don ' t give me any grief . . . just trowing around . . . Thanksgiving Day . . . one of the girls. Gordon Stuart Chan- nell, Jr. — Professional student . . . freetime? . . . Economics Phd. . . . book worm ... is there anything else in life? . . . Xerox those notes . . . look for the sublime . . . anybody want some let¬ tuce? . . . college bound. AFS, French Club. Language Lab THE CONFUSION OF NAMELESS FACES AND CROWDED HALLWAYS Roger Chavious — Fridays are the longest days of the week . .. Assemblies?.. . F G period?. . . Bent¬ ley? . . . Always seen leav¬ ing at 1 . . . sure, I ' ll write your excuse . . . Future Computer programmer. . . Physics? Patrick J. Chlacchla - Pat ... Vacation from school , . . Coatings . . . mailed . . . New York . . . Super car and boat. ,. Masters in Psychology . . . electrician . .. bar hopper. Michael A. Chervincky, Jr. — Orange socks . . . motorcycle nut . . . swims to school . . . look at that one . .. human car... no brain no pain . . . Watch out here comes Mr. Leavitt ... Loves metal work¬ ing and gymnastics. Denise R. Chlacchia — Hockey . . . That ' s our table . . . beach parties . . . summer nights . . . What do you mean we can ' t play . , . smile baby . . . you creep , . . Highs and lows . , . Love city . .. Thurs. after¬ noons . . . OM I . . . The good times we’ve had. Student Council, Gym Club, Exec. Board, Pep Club, Safety Patrol, Stu¬ dent Faculty. 96 Martha A. Chick — " Chick " . . . Purgatory Chasms . . . M.D.A. . . . the toy . . . member of the S.C. . . . it ' s a natural . . . mosquito at¬ tacks . . . " I ' ve got my funny feeling " . .. lime green ... on the grass in the Gardens. . . the grave¬ yard . , . Salvation Army . .. " It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. " William Christie — Coaches son . . . Soccer. . , Basket¬ ball ... VAL . . . fight much . . . fingers . . . Way- land Party .. . loves chick¬ en . . . Get many splinters ... Hey Charliel . . . Snap much . . . Always broke . . . New Years Eve... whose big chest. . . get your thrills . . . who goes parking? . . . skip much . . , E period Zoo . . , Joan Clancy — RANDY . . . in lovel . .. partial to Italians . . . " How ' s Yours " . . . George ' s vette . . . Needhams lunch . . . one of six . . . Cole’s all-nighters . . . Longfellow ' s . . . Beck¬ er Bound . . . N.H. . . . " But Officer Stevens! " . . . Stuck at Scusset. . . Dizzy! . . . Torquoise eyes... Prom nightl! . . . Dimples . . . teachers pet. . . went to Wellesley, never came back Donald F. Clark - Why I worked for 5 months once .. . Poe . . . checkmate! . . . calabash or meer- scham? . . . Silver Cloud II or III? . . . observations of the Group . . . get out of it! . . . illogical! . . . Proko- viev ' s Third . . , AR 3—A ' s .. . Sara Teasdale . .. madame, can ' t you see I ' m in a race?? ... La Traviata at 2:00 . . . Alexander! Kevin Clougher — Chowder . . . Zone . . . Milton . . . Drive-ins... Babysitter Q Club . . . Chesty Squad . . . Girls , . . long talks . . . Blivit . . . Wayland Party . . , Boston Common . . . July 4 on crutches . . . 00 . . . Mr. Manager . . . Lost on Christmas Eve . . , Eat rocks! Football, Base¬ ball, Executive Board. Carolyn Clements — Clem . .. 1937 Holy Wow . . . Bike Scrambles . . . Nature walks... summers at Hampton . . . pink cham¬ pagne ... tea party . . . Watsons. . . a friend from ' 68 . . Friendlys . . . Saddle shoes. . . straight? ... always taking pictures Hobbits?! Field- hockey, Basketball, Soft- ball, Library Aid, Office Aid. Sara Cobb — Le noir et beau . .. who’s it this week? . . . Wayland . .. Partial to Surfers ... great times at Rivers .. . Brae- Burn . . . Divz much? . . . Water Ski . . . what top?. .. I believel . . . Monday nights . . . Life Guards . .. Cole ' s all niters . . . Cruisin ' on our feet. . . mileage , . . workshop . . . S.S. . . . Nice Bed! . . . Everyday People . . . lookout BrandeisM Gym Club, Pep Club, Fu¬ ture Teachers Club, Safety Patrol, Leaders Corp. Thomas Cobb Patricia Jeanne Coffin — Sexy eyes . . . Sunday ' s Sun . . . Cole ' s all-nighters . . . Peace Day ' 69 . . . S.T.B. midnight swimmer ... Cambridge 2:am . . . private stock . . . cruising on our feet . . . watch out for camaterias ... D.T.M. . . . great times in N.H_artist 1 ... Wel¬ lesley golf course 13 . . . Lakeview Ave. . , Need¬ ham lunch . . . never comes the day! Mary Jane Colcord — 3 " My Neighbor " . . . Sum¬ mer of ' 68 ... Stranded at Scussett Beach . . . 218,263, 68,7, 38,40... Where ' s my sidekick? . . . Indiana . . . Summer of ' 69 . . . Where ' s my big brother? . . . Mashpee . . . The Camp ... 90 forever . . . Cab Drivers. 97 Beth Ann Collins . .. Turkey .. . Skinny legs ... My party?? . .. Horror shows at the Cape. . . Late night phone calls . . . Help me Rhonda . .. Carling ' s night... Bug, Much? .. . Florida . .. Nan- tasket Experience , . , The Bomb... Inno¬ cence . . . Joanie’s house . . . Roller¬ skates... Terri Tea¬ kettle . . . One of the girls. Patricia Ann Cole — Six foot.. . Where ' s your skirt?... Wardrobe plus... V.F.W. ... Workshop ... Cruisin ' on our feet. . . Need¬ ham lunch . . . B.C. parties . .. Partial to mustaches . . . Peace Day . . . Charger... Remember the all- nighters . . . You shook me baby ... Private stock . . . Grazin in the grass ... 13 hole . .. Cambridge 2:00 A.M. Patricia Collins . .. Patty . .. Spastic . . . Loose any car refreshners lately ... In LOVE . . . Often seen with Chip . . . friends forever... Certain spot at Memorial field . . . Red . . . Painted what car .. . I ' m your Venus . . . Speech prob¬ lem .. . Cute . . . Oh no ... Always Frank ... 4 ' 10’A " ... 9:30 Phone call? . . . Maybe 5 years . . . Best of luck always . .. Richard Connors . . . Bust Demo ' s .. . River ' s . . . Of I . . . Summertime . .. Nan¬ tucket . . . U. Moss . . . Sav¬ age animal . . . Parking lot conduct. . . Certain Senior Girl .. . P.W. . .. November 22nd . . . One of the crash couple ... I said yall . . . New England Dragway . .. 5,4,5, Forever . . . ADDS TO THE IMPRESSION OF PERSONAL INSIGNIFICANCE Debra Debbie Connolly , .. Gymnastic Gall Elaine Colombo ... Quiet... Shy . .. Right! . . . The mop . .. Pets . .. Tunafish . .. Durfee . . . Squeak . . . Always Laughing . . . Those Eyes... Turtle Juice . . . Candy room ... Ray of sunshine . .. EKG . . . Study . . . Hey look . . . Got to talk to Bea . . . Problems . . . Got to make supper . . . Lunch at Maria ' s. . . Great Kid .. . Friend to all . . . keys... slightly crazy . . . Pets . . . Stuffed animals .. . Coll ... Zum Zum . . . Zonkers . .. Santa ' s lap . .. Bunny FruFru . . . 31st in ' 67... Turtle juice .. . On, no .. . It ' s getting tong . .. Yeh, right.. . spastic . .. EKG... Maria ' s... Cafeteria Birthday . .. Great friend . . . Robert Connors — Robbie ... hair? . .. last summer ... Cape Cod . . . water ski whiz ... give me a break . . . Fords . . . Tommie ' s " T " Bird ., . thanks for the ride ... what girl? . .. Schlitz . .. Friendly ' s after the game . .. sports fan . .. what happened behind Dunkin Donuts? . . . E Period Zoo . . . " Hey Mr. Rooney, " give me a break! I ... cheat much? .. . oh, no UKO . .. cony . .. B.B.B. Club ... college bound maybe! ,, . Edward Cope — South Natick . . . Susan . .. 6 6 . . . 84 . . . D.G.O. . . . The Villa. . . " What a horror show! " . . . ' 65 Cuda . . . Grand Old Party . .. handball ... at home on Sunday . . . Dr.??? ... college bound . . . Football, Indoor track, Baseball. Paul Corbosiero — Cobo . . . shoe factory . . . bowling . . . Emma ... Laura ' s party ... US Navy . .. that ' s bad .. . bones ... se¬ nior bowl. . . Barny Jr. . .. Ch. 27. . . cow . . . the boys .. . Rock . . . who did you take that from Jerry? Carol Cormier — Frog... Yum Yum . . . lunch . . . Santa ' s lap . .. " you dum¬ my " ... get-em fists . . . Hong Kong . . . grease mon¬ keys . . . gym .. . talka¬ tive . . . Woolworths . .. Zonkero . . . gymnastic nut . .. " Oh, no " . . . crack-up at drive-in. .. Green pj ' s... shoes on wrong feet... DM .. . never late? . .. great kid. Joan Cormier — Joan . .. cute . . . always that smile ... a certain senior boy . . . friends ... camp . . . one of ten ... English grammar foul up much.. . ket- chupers .. . run to the cafe . .. Rudy ' s Cleaners . .. (Blondie) E period . . . laughing all the time . . . business career . ., can I use the car? . . . best of luck always. John Cormier — Always has a iokel ... not much of a school goer, .. absent 20 days in November? . .. thank God no more Eager- mans. .. four years?! . . . often seen with Ted, Rick, Keith, and Mike . . . Natick Labs... I ' ve got to get my license ... cafeteria mar¬ shal .. . good luck, John Susan Cormier — Sue . .. cute . . . always a smile .. . Ted ... Co-op . .. some¬ times seen in a blue Fair- lane . . . one of ten . . . give me a break . .. those 3 fantastic years with Mr. Ghilani . . . Mr. Harring¬ ton ' s E period illusion . . . those battles with sis . . . mono ... belligerent??? .. . future at Honeywell . . . good luck . .. Paul J. Cornoni — mini G . . . Big Ben . . . Vermont . .. Fords are better . .. track enthusiast. . . those towel grabbers. .. Cape Cod . . . grease . . . ' 64 289 Fairlane . . . Route 495 . . fence . . . over hang . . . col¬ lege bound . . . Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Cross Country. Pamela M. Costello — the lucky one? . . . mad about Russians . . . Baby Blue . , . 68 . . . midnight phone calls . . . Sept. 15th . . . " funny thumbs” .. . lolli¬ pops ... 144 Pine . . . Santa ... no place like home . . . keep the faith ... not a week went by . . Pep Club, Exec. Board, Student Council. IMC. Joan M. Cotter — Brooke . . . CYO cheerleader . . . Wellesley . .. Charlie . . . 23 . . . July 4th at Laura ' s . .. Papa Gino ' s . . . Friday night at Ho Jo ' s . . . Kevin ' s little sister . . . $1000 smile . . . squaw_ braces . . . pokey . . . raisins . . . Oh, really! . . . this is not a habit... Chesire Academy . . . 99 Karen Ann Crane — Really? . . . pretty hair . . . summer in N.H. . . . " Puff " . . . Midnight swim . . . Weirs Beach . . . Needham lunch . . . Steady for a week? . . . Cole ' s all-nighters . . . V.F.W. . . . Cruisin’ on our feet . . . Wellesley golf course , . . 13th hole .. . Chin Duey ' s . . . Watch the curb! . . . S G . . . Satisfaction . . . Stuck at Scusset , . . She ' s leaving home. Constance Cronin — Connie . . . hello wall Amherst break¬ down . . . don ' t touch me . . . Summer ' 69 . . . July 4th at Laura ' s . . . Do you stop at red and yellow lights?... N.Y.A. . . . " Crash " . . . I ' m gonna tell her off . . . Sandy Neck. . . hockey at whose house? . . . Sears . . . I ' m up for it. . . one goes, we all go. WE ARE ONLY A PART OF THE NUMBERS, CROWDS, AND CONFUSION Douglas Crowe — Oh yeah . . . Dream . . . " Metal Mouth " . . . the league . . , Chevy II... Rt. 9 0-60; 33 sec.? . . . Hot Shoppes ... Mr. Gaylord ... Oh those hospital nursesl , . . Likes Maine ... 101 ... What about the Drive-In . . . Driving home from those football games . . . College Bound. Kathleen Marie Cunniff — Tradition . . , Dallas . . . " Do you two live in the IMC? . . . Jordan Marsh . . . " You ' re going to be a lawyer? . . . New York . . . Hockey games . . . " Does anybody want to buy . . .? . . . Brabson ' s night at GECC— French? Executive Board, French Club, Field Hockey, G.A.A., A.F.S., I.R. Club, Yearbook Sub¬ scription, IMC Aide. Paul R. Cudak - Hey Cutty Sark . . . always dependable ... Hi little girl . . . " Montlcello " . . . super bus . . . ass ' t. Maitre D. . Kathy ' s in Australia... " Now 70 " ... My Belle Ami . . . It ' s not exactly Pond Road . . , Best of luck, and hang in there. Stage Craft. Peter Culcasi — often seen with Bud . . . Dreams of 442 ' s . .. likes to go fast . . . VW ' s . . . another one of the Dodge boys . . . thick headed . . . likes to eat out . . . likes wed¬ dings... Dune parties . . . loves the cape . . . ho, ho love too. . . spaghetti bender . . . good luck. 100 Kenneth Custodio — Spic . . . North Wing Major . . . Memorial Field ... Tall for his height . . . Malden . . . Ya . . . What a Yo-Yo . . . Like Teachers much ... Al¬ ways on time for class . . . Another of the boys ... At the cape . . . Good surfer? . . . I.Q. . . . This is my one ... At the point . . . One of " sad sibs” boys . . . Xmas Eve. Robert Daly — Dale . . . Blivit . . . Gus . . . Well fleet surf . . . Oct. 18th . . . Cheerleader . . . All night- ers . . . Long weekends . . . stigs . . . Wellesley and Malden Cartoons and funny books . . . New York . . . P.W. . . . New Years Eve . . . Hyannis Bushes . . . com¬ mon . . . My favorite panda bear . . .future? Jeffrey Davidoff — Silver memories ... A product of the old fox . . . Straighten that hair! . . . B period . . . basketball ref? . . . Need¬ ham Gym . . . But Mr. Wooley Sir . . . Hey Pal . . . I can ' t lose all the time . . . dramatic nut . . . Walnut Hill ... Oh my back ... Dr. Sanderson. Ian Davies — Ec . . . P.W. . . . Mustangs don ' t go . . . Horror shows in Connecticut . . . Switch . . . Never Seen without Joan . . . Often seen at Ford . . . Fry that chicken mornings before football games . . . New Years Eve parties . . . Windshield at Braintree . . . one of the guys . . . West Natick. William Davis — Trip to New York . . . Summers at K ingston . . . remember those fall weekends ... af¬ ter the game . . . Jordan Marsh . . . Beatles . . . Let ' s go to Boston . . . Anybody want to skip? . , . The Travel Lodge... Friday after work . . . Bryant and Stratton . . . Often seen with Pat and Dan . . . Paul Dazey - California . . . the beatles . . . " whoopee” ... ah booeey . . . ahden . . . johnny carson . . . try a little tenderness . . . peace . . . sarcastic . . . witty . . . pepsi ... 4:30 .. . lilac lane . . . roller coaster . . . joey . . . e-e-e Natick. David DeMeo — Lands on HEAD much . . . Captain Navid . . . Good looking . . . Heartbreaker . . . Allies man ... H. Ball . . . loves old betsy . . . College bound? Peace David . . . Gymnastics, Track. Michael Demko — Zum Zum . . . Can I touch your hair? . . . What truck? . . . Eat your heart out . . . Golf course . . . 9th Hole . . . Basketball games ... 7 in a row! .,. . Funny glasses . . . want a piece of Candy . . . Spastic laugh . . . Keeps smiling . . . Love and Peace!! Susan Dempsey - Stevie . . . summer . . . dinner for 4 . . . horseback riding . . . foursome . . . what skunk? . . . those Sunday rides . . . Nantasket —almost . . . roll er coaster . . . witch laugh . . . Nancy ' s babysitter . . . Midnite confession ... Fri¬ day nites with the girls . . . always there . . . Mark Dennett — " Chief " . . . wrestling Capt. . . . Do you have any identification? . . . It ' s how you play the game . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Sherri . . . everythin ' . . . Bailey ' s sun¬ dae at last . . . Student Council, Wrestling, Exec. Board, Safety Patrol. 101 Paul DeToma — 61,62,63... V.W_ skiing . . . dancing ... I never really knew her . . . My turn . . . Gold N.H. gone but still there ... Bestpak, Wool- worths, Brighams, Holi- lay Inn . . . short Si rweet. . . It ' s great. .. College . . . need a ride .. . There will always be another .. . Carol. Art Club, I.M.C. Technician. Janet S. DiBona — Jan . . . Always in a dither ... Floppy Halo . .. Pink Carnations . . . Steve McQueen . . . Concord .. . Wind- song . .. favorite En¬ glish Teacher... Barn¬ stable at 3 a.m. . . . White Elephants . . . Spaghetti . .. JAE . .. Partial to mustaches . .. Simon and Garfunkel ... Camelot. . . Sun¬ shine . , . Peace Day ' 69 . . . " Let ' s go swing. " Future Teachers, Pep Club, AFS, Make-up Chairman. NEW CLASSES AND TEACHERS PRESENT MANY CHALLENGES Mary Virginia Dill — Ginny .. . willow tree .. . Big Sur . . . sew much? . . . That ' s our tablel . .. What do you mean we can ' t play? . . . Can I come? . .. Thursday afternoons ... 3 muskateers . . . What’s a Mixed Bag? . . . Jet Plane .. . Sunshine. Safety Pa¬ trol, Pep Club, National Honor Society, School Play. Richard L. Dobachesky Avis Dlninio — Shock- o rama ... A monster and a half . , . Je faime . . . Nosah churches . .. Police station muchll .. . A)ax fights in the girls room . . . Wltchie pooh . . . Breakfast be¬ fore school . . . You did?? . . . Deten¬ tions.. . How come why? . . . Here comes the Sun . . . Au Revoir . . . Peace. Nancy D ' lnnocenzo — Dinny . . . July 4th . . . " Say Goodnight Dick " . . . Rockport... Salem End . . . Balki . . . Poetry and Folk Music . . . Deadman ' s Hit. , . Drive-in . . . Purgatory Chasms .. . Westboro thrills . . . Bogie . . . Cape Cod Weekend Trips... Silver dollar Sam . . . The Graveyard . . Peace. 102 Eleanor Doherty — Animal in the red mustang. .. BP . . . Dept. 33 . . . VT Yellowbird 65 Chevy . .. Alvin the Chipmunk . . . GIAR . . . Hey vet-Whatl . . . these eyes . . . Bull dog ... Fla . . . Easy Rider . . . New Year ' s Eve ... no horror show, right! . . . bal¬ loons 5-18-69 . . . ABC . . . champagne much . . . Who said that! . . . one of the guys . . . PAKRE- LCAKALI. Richard Donohue — Top¬ per .. . Buy much! . . . Ice house wall . . . Sat. morn¬ ings before games . . . Sun. nites in Boston . . . often seen behind bars . . . Brain¬ tree .. . all-nighters at Rod ' s. . . senior week 69 ' . .. license?? . . . New Year ' s Eve . . . Cape Cod Wellfleet . . . I’m sober . . . ooh, my head! . . . Roch’s ford . .. Harry ' s boat. . . Head ' s parties .. . Bomma . . . Vincent Van Donohue. Football. Cheryl A. Donovan — Bobby . . . often seen with Rita . . . Pretty eyes . . . that rainy nite . . . sensi¬ tive? . . . loves to sleep in closets . . . " 1-4-3’ ' . . . R.K.B. foreverl . . . that one special love . . . Copper Kettle . . . loves Mustangs . . . those long talks . . . the rocks. Paul A. Doucette, Jr. — Dew . . . " there ' s a Chrys- lerl " , . . Vermont... ' 61 Batmobile . . . " Mickey Mouse or what! " . . . Friday night through South Natick . . . " It ' s good for at least another $25,000! " ... James J. Donovan Piccolo ' s. Band. Mary Dowd — Kingsbury Beach ... S.S. 79 . . . Friendly ' s . .. Where ' s Beth? . . . Rudy ' s Cleaners ... Jug End . .. ma Griffe . . . Fribbles ... 16th . .. Puppy Palace . . . P.P. . . . ice cubes. . . S.B. fund . . . tikie . . . Chinese fire drills .. . piddles. Student Coun¬ cil, Pep Club, Safety Patrol, Executive Board, Prom Committee, Cotillion Com¬ mittee. Joseph E. Downey — Wor¬ cester Poly . . . Ply¬ mouth . .. $75,000 . . . Paula . . . K.H.L-275 Coach . . . Herb Alpert . . . Cross Country .. . captain .. . chemist. . . " 68 " Cut- lass .. . Wouldn ' t it be nice . .. Barcelona what? , . . Cross Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, N Club, Band, Dance Band, National Honor Society, Safety Patrol. Joseph Downs Sheryl Dranoff — " Sher " what accent? . . . clothes much? . . . Sept. 19 . . . David . . . Herman Ethel . . . parties . . . choco¬ late . . . Paul Newman . . . Where ' s my contact? . .. miniskirts bells .. . 1:45 escape . .. biggest little sis¬ ter! .. . cracked credit cards... Farewell Natick, Hello Sharon. Fred Driscoll — I wish this! IIcar would start. . . E. Per, Hockey . . . m-73 . . . what temper . . , The in- destructable TANK ... of course I finish my work out. . . C.C. football games . . . what nite at the drive- in. Football, Outdoor Track, Cross Country, In door Track. 103 ns Jan D. Drown — J.D. . . . no, we ' re not sisters . . . I ' m not a sophomore . , . sharp as a meatball .. . did he really say that? . . . Steve ... cut the lights . . . poor baby . . . bagels . . . yup, he ' s my father . . . git- fiddles ... I don ' t get it... 1 of the 4. A Cap- pella. Band, Med. Careers, Musical. Kathleen Duffy - Duff ... 69 OPEL KADETTE . . . total¬ ed .. . always thinking . . . Life Guard . . . Sur¬ fing in Maine . . . wow too much , . . Florida . . . Gary . . . Six years . . . meat room . . . motorcycles . . . Bryant and Stratton. WE BECOME CAUGHT UP IN THE SCHOOL SPIRIT Linda M. Duffy - Mae . , . decent . . . where ' s my wig . . . it ' s NOT water . . . mornings in Sturbridge, nights in New York . . . Our Dear Abbey ... I mean ya know . . . drive much? . . . November 8, 1968 . . . those parties... 1,2,3, , . . L.M.H. . . . Craig ' s forever . . . special memories . . , good luck to a great kid. Library Aid, Medical Careers Club. Diane T. Dunn — NLabs . . . CYO . . . camapignlng . . . Hudson . . . 3 2 . . . " op¬ posites attract " . . . Xavier Prom . . . Utters . . . Cleve¬ land . . . " More " . . . leaving on a jet plane . . . " what diet? " . . , Christmas Cotil lion (?)... " Of course I studied " . . . procrastina¬ tor . . . " can I borrow your . HoJo ' s . . . Boston always. Safety Patrol, Ex¬ ecutive Board, Sassamon, Pep Club. Sharon Rose Dugdale — Cher . . . Bill, That Spe¬ cial Gl . . . Diamond ring . . . That ' s as Bad as my Wing Wing Joke! . . . Cute and Shy . . . HoJo ' s, my Kind of Place. , , My gang, Charlie, Joe, Mark, Rich, Tom... Coffee and Oranges anyone? . . . Ribbit . . . Art . . . Peace, any way you look at it! . . . Wedding Boll Blues . . . Lovable . . . Gemini . . . People Lover . . . Knit And Pearl. Beverly M. Dunn 104 William H. Dunn - Billy . . . Manager of the Year . . . Carrot Snapper . . . blivit ... FEVER . . . loves pizza . . . Walking cigarette ... A certain cheerleader Sharon ... ALL DUNN! Planetarium Aid, Basketball Manager, Track. Linda L. Durkin — Hop-A- Long . . . I ' m not dumbl . . . skiing anyone? . . . guys at Friendly ' s . . . work¬ ing hard? . . . wanna sign my cast? . . . those 3rd lunch cigarettes! ... Rix . . . coordinated much . . . what can ya do? . . . Wash¬ ington . . . G period zoo . . . you gonna miss me? . . . one of the four... hil Nance ... crazy... poor baby! . . . Al. Kathleen M. Dye — Kathy . . . Let the sun shine in! . . . always has someone .. . Free as the wind . . . wear what! . . . Diane, your slip ' s showing . . . " I ' m lov¬ able " . . . those 3rd lunch cigarettes . . . Jordan Marsh . , , orange marma¬ lade . . . one of the four. .. DeColores . . . Peace, if you can find it. Alden J. Dyer — Pedro . . . Believes in Ford power . . . things go better with flip tops on Friday and Satur¬ day night . . . Maine . . . California . . . not Mas¬ sachusetts . . . Oxford Drag¬ way . . . always broke . . . never does a messy job . . . girls? . . . toolie. Gary M. Dziama — It ' s Russian . . partial to blondes . . . Baby Blue . . . Three in the Attic . . . nar row escapes! . . . Hustler ... 144 Pine . . . Capt. 68 . . . Be nice . . . how many valentines? . . . crush . . . Sept. 15... The Boardwalk ... 21 run . . . Yankee Villager... Track practice?? . . . " he ' s our peaches " . . . Only friends!! . , . misses by 40. Football, Track, " N " Club. Carol Eldridge — Carol . .. Hold onl . . . Imagination ... Emotional . . . Escape To Hyannis . . . Halloween 68 . . . Dedham . .. Alfie U.S. Mini . . . Bluke, Bluke! ... Beautiful Clothes . .. Tahiti .. . Scituate . . . WKOX ' s own Ruth Buzzi ... The Cellar . . . Billy is merely a close friend . . . fairchild 24 . . . Peace, Robert Elinoff — Modern Problems Terms? . . . Or- pals crowd . . . Ennineer . . . Nervous passenger . . . Maria ' s . . . What Beard? . . . How are you supposed to remember those formu¬ las . . . Lousy headache ... What? Audio Visual Aid, Science Club, Photo Club, Planetarium Aid, Language Lab Technician. Jeffery Emerson Jacqueline Evangelista — Jack . . . Pepsi ... Oh Not . . . Eyes . . . Friends . . . 60 " high... Jordan ' s... giggles... Dover... Big Night Out! . . . Boy from New York City . . . Cole¬ man . . . animals . . . zoo . . . partial to blondes . . . room 5 . . . teddy bear . . . notes . . . Let’s play hide n ' seek ... A Time For Us . .. seen in Mustangs . . . true friend . . . my loafers . . . untied . . . what classl Michael Fallon - Zonka . . . South Natick Wall . . . finally got a license . . Party in Dover . , . nar¬ row escapes . . . MYF Bas¬ ketball , . . Irish luck . . . Wellesley . . . South Natick Basketball Courts ... tough on shoes . ... Often seen with California bush and flake . . . Cafeteria Marshal . . . Big appe¬ tite . . . Good Luck. Nanci Farnese — Crazy . . . Cochituate Nursing Home . . . Olgivie ' s . . . BT. 20 . . . A certain trip to the Cape . . . Always laughing... Golden Ball Rd, ... On our way to school when . . . Certain 7:30 calls at work . . . Sincere . . . Good friend . . . Lots of luck. John M. Faron — Injun . . . Likes home¬ room??? . . . Karen . . . Always in a delicate condition . .. No. 41 . . . Blue Ford . . . Convertible . . . Likes football . . . Where ' s the squaw? . . . Cafeteria marshal . . . Leo the Lion . . . Counting stars down Memorial Field .. . Wow ... Big blue eyes . . . Hey wake up, the bell rang . . . Seen in his 63 Ford . . . Speed¬ ing. Football. THAT IS ALL AROUND US Carter Fasick — Lakewood Country Club , . . Worces¬ ter Hockey . . . Golf cart demo... C period with Irwin-zzzz , . . Sizzlebord . . . M-73 . . . West End Warriors . . . Back to 275... E period hockey . . . Cup fights . . . North¬ eastern U . . . Winter golf. Golf. Robert Fay Jon Fasick — 6 period zoo ... Snoopy... Golf at the Cape . . . Brad ' s golfing partner . . . Sears . . . West End Warriors . . . Lakewood . . . Captain . . . Pizza races at the Garden . . . Bruins tickets... Blackies Cove . . . Water skiing . . . Robin ' s Store . . . New Hamp¬ shire. Golf, Football. Lynn Fay — Lynnee . . . beautiful blond hair . , . Geoff ... Ma Fay . . . Sincere Great friend . . . York Beach... Kathryn Barton . . . rab¬ bit .. , trips to the Cape . . . Future nurse . . . Doesn ' t always make it to school . . . Always laughing ... Fun to be with ... A certain mouse bound to be with her . , . Good luck in future. Band, Medical Careers Club. 106 John L. Fede — Barb... always smiling... EICO . . . Installation . . . Cher¬ ish .. . personality plus . . . choo-choo . . . " have to get set up " . . . NAVY?? . . . B period study . . . Hillman . . , auto nut ... a great kid ... good luck. Lan¬ guage Lab, Science Club, Computer Club, Jane Fegan — Feg . . . switch . . . H.P. . . . mid¬ night confessions . , . sum¬ mer horror shows . . . the great escape . . . Beth ' s party . . . clutch ... A. J. Foyte . . . Powder Puff Derby . , . often seen catch¬ ing " toads” . . . rocks. . . California dreaming . . . whatever rings your bell . . . Sig ' s house . . . we didn ' t paint any car . .. one of the girls. Pep Club. Thomas Fekete Linda J. Fine — Madam Editor . . . braces for col¬ lege . . . Russian juice . , . Myrtle . . . " Damn Har¬ vey " ... car before li¬ cense? . . . scarf for each hair . . . cookyberger . . . Ricky ' s sister? Sassamon, Drama, Honor Society. Richard A. Fine - Not so . . . finky . . . trouble with the splinter group . . . President? . . . USY basket¬ ball . . . USY conventions . . . the kosher kid . . . KH L (275) , . . water boy again? . . . this year I playl . . . " Al, I got one! " . Tennis, Honor Society, Chefs ' Club, I.R. Club, Senior Class Plays, French Club, Stage¬ craft. William A. Finn — Failure is too much and success too little . . . toilet paper . . . Certain senior sister . , . LeMeilleur . . . I ' m cold and very, very tired . . . Le roi se meurt , , . remember me in light... or in Dark Shad¬ ows. Student Council, Exe¬ cutive Board, Junior Class Vice-President, Speech Club, Drama Club, Sas¬ samon, Suburban Free Press, Honor Society, Vice Squad. Clifford C. Firth - BBC . . . the point ... a certain desk in 262 , . . Eve of Destruc¬ tion . . . professional Town Forest tree rider ... on the wagon . . . my hand I ... a certain junior girl . . . East Natick . . . Curley ' s parties . . . June 24 . . . the wall ... a red pen . . , hopes to go to trade school. Dennis R. Fitzgerald — Fitzie . . . Mr. Clean . . . THRIFTY? . . , often seen at Monticello . . . do ya wanna? . . . T7R ... 58 Fords go . . . 305 . . . com¬ munity car... Framing¬ ham boobs . . . where ' s the party . . . McDonalds . . . famous . . . Friendlies . . . E period on the wall . . . col¬ lege bound . . . good luck. Ellen Marie Fitzgerald — El . . . midnight deliveries ... 70 Chevy . . . Mc¬ Donald ' s. , . " who ' s going? " . . . California . . . Sep¬ tember 6 . . . the fainterl . . . E period zoo . . . bike rides . . . what homework? . . . Natick Labs . , . one of four. Honor Society, Exe¬ cutive Board, Safety Patrol, Pep Club, Leader ' s Corp, Sassamon, GAA (Vice Pres.), Basketball. Paula Fitzgerald - Mara¬ thon runner . . . still dancing . . , weekend with D.A. ' s... in bathroom ' s ... B.U. girl . .. they know . . . London calls . . . no, no . . . Oscar Mayer Weiners . . . pizza ... oh o.k. . . . Davy Crockett . . . brass rail . . , he ' s got the blues. . . you think I ' m awful . . . Copper Kettle Friday 13th... Romeo and Juliet. Bernard J. Fitzpatrick — Barney . . . Cat ' s Hill . . . The grapevine . . . ' 64 Chevy . . . Lonely girl . . . Laugh much! . . . Outdoor Store . . . Do you have a twin brother? . . . Barnabas . .. Milton fight . . . E period shots from next door . , . Ticklish . .. OFFSET . . . Service in the Fall. John J. Fitzpatrick — Fitz . . . Fitzy fans . . . North wjng employee . .. Cathill New Years Eve . . . Don ' s Grape¬ vine . . . Don ' s house party . . . Card games ... I Lose!!! , . . Senior study pitch . . . Get a haircut . . . Aha my thumb. Richard F. Fletcher AS THE YEAR PROGRESSES Charles F. Fosberg - Cali¬ fornia . . . South Natick Wall . . . South St. . . . " All together now " ... Has good luck out of town . .. Often seen with Mike . . , Future millionaire . . . Hates work .. . Drive much? ... S.F. . . . Welles¬ ley .. . Factory . . . Chills . . . You need a haircut . . . You fool . . . Marlboro hard . . . Service bound . . . Good luck. Barbara Jean Foley — Babs . . . Under the table much? . . . Often seen in a blue Le Mans . . . H.P_The Great Escape . . . Beth ' s Party . . . Sugar . . . California Dreaming . . . " Little Squaw " . . . Spanky . . . Ski much? . . . Joanie ' s house . . . Drive much? . . . We didn ' t paint any car! . . . Get stuck lately . . . Playmate ' s red dress ... One of the girls. Pep Club. Mark C. Foley — Pun¬ ster . . . Bornstein . . . Polination . . . Judge Gaffney . . . Bill Sikes ... A leading man at last . . . Murphy ' s Nemesis . . . Den Mark won ' t be here . . . Mac- Beth . . . Morning no¬ tices . . . John Wayne etc. ... IR Knew word for money . . . Jogging . . . God ' s answer. Com¬ petitive Speech, Drama, Band . Announcer, Gymnastics Announcer. 108 Jerald M. Foster — Jerry . . . 60 Nash . . . Totaled . . . " Cheryl " . . . Hell ' s Angel . . . Carpenter . . . Party at Fred ' s . . . Factory work¬ er .. . Many trips to Taun¬ ton . . . Harley David¬ son . . . Shop F + G peri¬ od .. . is that really grey hair? Gerald F. Fournier, Jr. — " Jeri " , sometimes called Rich . . . group-Flyte . . . organist . . . Backyard Prac¬ tices ... A girl named Cindy . . . love comes in small packages . . . Hair¬ cuts? ... Rice Rd. . . . Cas¬ tro-Housemover . . . Col¬ lege Bound. Gym Club, Senior Executive Board. Diane L. Franklin — Finger . . . Bunny Fru Fru . . . oi, Kenny ' s gonna kill me . . . Hi-Ho Silver ... get me out of this Jacket ... Its not going to bother me . . . What were they doing . . . My " A " period twin. Fu¬ ture Teachers Club. Janie Franklyn — Michael 1 26 69... Sister Hope . . . " The Home¬ coming " . . . No U of R . . . Scottish juice . . . barefoot on a Greyhound bus . . . Charlotte ' s Web . . . tick¬ lish . . . Nuffin . . . Ted? . . . What conspiracy? Drama, AFS, Speech, Sossamon, IR, Science, Sophomore Advisor. Victoria A. Fraser — Vickie . . . Tuna Sandwiches . . . Whoppee Wagon . . . en¬ chanted forest ... for mem¬ ories . . . running along the beach . . . Mt. Wauchusett ... A certain co-worker Frank Mills . . . College Bound . . . swimming and skiing . . . Thank God its over . . . V.P. . . . Best gui¬ tar in town . . . October 4 . . . Steph and Karin . . . 30 per table . . . What con¬ spiracy? Competitive Speech, GAA. Robert T. Fryklund — Frick . . . Corvair, Rambler and down two cars . . . " The Christmas party " . . . Those telephone poles are all over the road .. . Mae- sie ' s. . . University of Bridgeport . . . Holiday Inn. Alesa F razee — Lesa . . . Far-out personality . . . blue eyes . . . Frosty ... a ride on Carlings rein¬ deer ... a docker? . . . ' ' the purple haze " . . . Wellesely . . . The Cookie Jar . . . Summers in Maine . . . bowling anyone? . . . " I ' m only five, Carla " . . . future in drama. Planetarium Aide, Spanish Club, Competitive Speech, Sassamon. Arlene Frazee — Art Freak . . . dreams of Toronto . . . tis better to have loved and lost than never love at all . . . you savage . . . stuck in a snowbank on Pond Rd. — sure . . . " He ' s a doll! " . . . no head . . , S.C. in the cemetery . . . lost in Boston . . . The Big A . . . tiger . . . August. Albert F. Free III — Al . . . Senior year . . . acquired yellow submarine! . . . Nov. 7 totalled yellow sub¬ marine . . . Feb 7 founded Piper Club. Great place . . . Flying Sneaker. Golf Club. Jane Frikart — Evans . . . 300 lb. leg . . . parties much . . . mornings after . . . wadda ya mean it ' s not water . . . quick with salad bowls . . . picnic on a moun¬ tain . . . growing with the company . . . Nov. 8, 1968 . . . 128.3 ... be¬ longs to Bowse . . . Egyptian mummy , . . Spe¬ cial memories . . . Good luck to a great kid. 109 Patricia A. Fumia — Ollie . . . Practical joker . . . Best of friends . . . Any mail? ... I think I don ' t get it . . . It cer¬ tainly is . . . Roller Skat¬ ing .. . Personality plus ... A smile ana a wisecrack . . . Hey Nance! ... E period zoo . . . Meep.Meep . . . Forgets surprise parties . . . One of three ... Do I get a point? . . . Peace Poems ... Oh Mrs. P.! . . . Friends in New York . . . Cape bound. Mary Gallant — GARY . . . Often seen with lip . . . That all night party . . . AD 36 . . . Mac . . . Friendly ' s . . . Beautiful eyes... " Spooky " ... New Year ' s Eve. WE FIND ONCE NEW CLASSMATES ARE NOW NEW FRIENDS Anna L. Galvin - KFC memories . . . Certain Cor¬ nell man . . . What ' s a Hip¬ pie? . . . New Year ' s Eve . . . Partial to Soldiers . . . T.W.A. ... Pin Ball Wizard . . . Loker School . . . WAYLAND . . , Roams in Fields . . . July 4th . . . Opels . . . foreverl Pep Club, A Capella. James Garvey - Little Garv . . . Spanky . . . rat races with Meryl . , , I drive safely . . . often seen on the side . . . flip much ... 57 Chev . . . Saturday Morn¬ ings before the games . , . Braintree escape machine ... Churles River Village . . . Where’s Barb . . . Fend¬ er on left side . . . West Natick Boy . . , The Hut. . . Sighs on Cape . , . quick moving . , . Malden Game .. . Where ' s Wayne Jerome . . . Union Street in 4 minutes. Karen Lee Garnick — Pinky . . . always on the go . . . Those days in Ashland and Malboro " The Res " . . . Rambler Suits Much? . . . Manages to say the wrong thing at the right time . . . tongue clicker . . . Belmont . . . Chandler . . . Short hair . . , Brown Eyed Girl . . . loves to laugh . . . toots . . . True friend. 110 John E. Garvin — Garv . . . Norma Jean . . . Eat your heart out . . . flirt . . . Robert O. Gaudet — Bob or B.J. . , . VW ' s . . . one of the Rob - . . ' 64 Ford . . . one Dodge Boys . . . Offset of Joe ' s Boys . . . Piccolo ' s Class. . . " Barn look at the . . . scuba diving . . . Wool- shot I just got . . . eats out a worth ' s . . . " Keep it down, lot. , . wouldn ' t love to . . . will ya " . , . Bentley Bound Dec. 30, 1969 ... 70 Dodge . . . Saturday night at the super Bees " ... Dune Drive-In ... Pints of Ice parties , . . wild . . . good Cream . . . Smokes tires on friend. Oakland Street. Gym Club. Warren Geier — Buck . . . Co-captain . . . basketball and soccer ... Talk much??? . . . serious . . . E- period Study??? . , . M-73 . . . Giants . . , Bow- Join Bound . . . Good Luck. Basketball, Soccer. Eugene J, Gerby Rita Giannetti — " Hey Pete " , 14 K personality . . . Buddy! ... ya wanna? Let ' sl ... A place in the Sun ... 1:00 A.M. phone calls . . . the little mare . . . horror shows . . . guardian angel . . . AD-36 . . . deten¬ tion?? . . . midnight bicycle rider . . . Brighton . . . Never on Sunday . . . Hampton . . . Meatballs , . . one of 4. Lawrence P. Gilbert Barbara Ann Glynn — Meat¬ ball . . . That Girl ... in love . . . Arion . . . often seen in Ashland . . . doz. yellow roses... U. Mass . ... oh no . . . 3 day week . . . Cupid . . . likes to jump barbwire . . . Inti¬ mate . . . will get her license someday . . . always there to talk . . . Marshfield . . . best of luck. Barbara Jean Glynn — Barba . . . one of the D.A.R.P.S. . . . but my thumb ' s cold . . . h ' babies . . . mind, body and soul , . . beachbums and snow¬ birds . . . tri-pres . . . no, we ' ve known them for a long time . . . you ' ve got a lot to live . . . wanderers. Softball, Pep Club. Steven A. Golberg — Goldy ... no mountain at 5 A.M. please ... Tuffs . . . success¬ ful salesman? . . . sure I ' m a D.J. . . . Maine . , , syrup bum . . , judges and juries. Executive Board, Safety Patrol, National Honor Society, Band. William T. Gorman Bill . . . loves to ride . . . stole my cycle . . . seldom seen in school . . . OOps! . . . caught by super Squeak . . . back seat in Mustang Fast- back ... I can ' t see . . . Paragon Park 69 ... I don ' t understand that girl . . . slip on the rocks? ... it goes with the suit. Ill Dawn Gould — Red and blue . . . too many shoes and not enough feet . .. cookyburger. . . more time in the water than on land.. . Wool- worth ' s . . . half her time at Hathaway House . . , Russian His¬ tory is its own Crime and Punishment. GAA. AFS, National Honor Society, IR Club, Year¬ book Literary Staff. Joan Grassey — Joni . . . Choan... M.V_ B.B. ... A certain life¬ guard . . . Hildegarde Hamhocker . . . always In a zone . . . sparks at 2 a.m. ... Cherish . .. motorcycles . . . Sunday drives... Eat your heart out . . . breakfast at Deb’s . . . disappear¬ ing eyes . . . laugh much . . . Katama . . . Fram. South ... Big W . . . George... Summer ' 69 . . . Pisces people. . . Hi ya Beb. Hans Green — Hansi... Lives at Mel ' s... 13 Lin¬ coln St. . . . Chevy, Olds, Stang, Galaxy, G.S. all in one year . . . North Wing Senior Year. . . Wellesley College Steps. . . Super thief... Clean hands... One of the boys , . . JUNIOR YEAR BRINGS WITH IT A NEW CONFIDENCE Patricia Griffin - Hey Griff . . . Who ' s hungry .., Shadow of stretch .. . Billy who? . . . Do anything good lately . . . Strange . . . Where ' s Tom... Summer of ' 68 . . . What Convent . . . Lily white . .. Where are my glasses . . . would you like two peas? . .. Did we . . . No-way . . . get my rifle ... James Green — " Greeny " . . . wrest¬ ling .. . Hot Shoppes . . . 66 Chev. Crash ... Rt. 9 .. . Flame on Snow banks . . . South Natick Wall . . . Amos McCoy . . . Service Bound . . . Good Driver. Marsha Greenberg — Jimmy . .. purple and lime green . . . " I ' ll tell ya the last day of school " .. . great kid . . . nice clothes . . . de¬ tention . . . tuna . . . " I ' ll get killedl " . . . Or- pal ' s . . . gold station wagon . . . short but powerful . . . lush . . . " I smell smoke! " . . . Are you kidding? . . . 5% dis¬ count . . . camping . .. teacher ' s pet . . . Libra _the dump . . . Col¬ lege Bound . . . Smile. 112 Thomas L. Griffin — Motor¬ cycles ... a loose back- wheel . . . B Period Coffee Breaks . . . stock cars ... a sign on the roof . . . scuba diving .. . everything I touch . . . falling off Hill¬ mans ... 1st Place 4th of July Parade ... a sl unk on Rice Road ... no. 4-7 ... ' a Honda 4 Harley ... If a hammer won ' t fix it, get a bigger hammer. Wendy Ann Grunin — " Gruny " . . . Gray F-85 . . . Grand Central Station Bruins . . . Have a race . .. laughs at her own jokes . . . careful driver? . . . Who split. . . Mouth . . . Roll out the barrell . . . " Zelda " . . . Labor Day Week¬ end ... I can ' t breathe . .. Who ' s beeping at me . .. Always agrees? . . . That Laugh . . . Good luck. Pep Club, Future Teachers Club, American Field Ser¬ vice. Diane L. Gumner — Florida guys . . . what skirt?! . . . Kathy, your slip ' s showing ... New Hampshire... jewelry much . . . Miami ... don ' t bend over! . .. doodles much . . . Colby Junior College . . . Wool worth ' s . . , Dazed and Con¬ fused . . . one of the four. Margaret Hagemeister — Hag... " Rah, Rah, ree " . . . Bar Room Piano . . . only girl drummer. . . Anton ' s... 3 Musketeers ... " I don ' t care who you was with! " . . . Zasu Pitts day? ... B period gang . . . green lollipops . . . one of the four. Band, Dance Band, Future Teachers. Robert A. Hamilton — Hami . . . cheerleader. . . orange Camaro . . . E period study ... get your haircut . . . hates Dickie . . , nights after South . . . Julie , , . found your car yet? ... get serious ... Q club . . . what ' s the tie for? Patricia Hand — Jeff . . . Framingham South . . . One of Mr. Carroll ' s Fans . . . Angel . . . Loves candy . . . weekends at Mt. Attitash . . . prejudice against hot dogs.. . half days . .. Weffa . . . " come-on, we won ' t get caught " . . . Aries . , . " Oh, right " ... A certain rabbit . . . partial to Italians . . . beautiful clothes... " I didn ' t do it " . . . Good-Luck . . . Onion Rings. Robert Hansen — Grub . . . 3 speed pushbutton . . . " Got the good car today " . . . " What no radio” ... " I don ' t care ' ' . . . 2:20-8:80 . . . 5 ' 6 " . . . Cripple . . . That Hockey Game... " Another night with the fellas " . .. heads up ball . . . College Bound? Cross-Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Bas¬ ketball, Band. Stephen K. Harpell — Chris . . . 5683 . . . Gotta go to work . . . Olds don’t go . .. Studes do .. . be good . . . don ' t worry . . . wanna skip . . . Cumquat . . . don ' t care what they say. Carla J. Hartnett — ski-bum . . . Dudley . . . beautiful clothes . . . " Not at all! " Just Right . . . really sin¬ cere ... " Yes, hair does burn! " ... 14 months . . . Herman, my teddy . . . " Hide! It ' s the cops! " . . . Marion ... S.C. in the ceme¬ tery ... The apartment! . . . painting pudge . . . Always involved in people. . . " You know " ? . . . " My Guy " . . . J.J. and the pizza fight!!! Mary Kate C. Hartnett — K-K-K-Katie . . . " sleeze " . . . " Cupid " . . . No way! . . . wait a minute . . . weekend at Hampton . .. horror shows . . . all-nite girl ... I don ' t wanna go home . . . L.M.H. ... At Jeff ' s .. . " My Girl " . .. beautiful parties . . . beauti¬ ful people . . . Friendly ' s ... far away isle . , . he ' s history . . . fickle . . . B.I.B. ... T.G.I.F_ Early morning rides . . . one of the four . . . good friend . . . good luck. 113 Brian Hassig — Cheer¬ leader ... NH Sum¬ mers! . . . Ski Moose . . . Q Club! . . . Chinese Fire Drills . . . Board walk . . . Clothes Much . . . West Natick Boys . . . Burgers with Jimmy . . . Co-Capt. . . . Amy ... 4 A.M. talks . . . Horseneck . . . Circle . . . Villa horror shows . . . always listens . . . Yellow Van . . . U. Mass. Football, Gymnastics. Lisa Hathorne — Lis . . . Tom ... In Love . . . Wellesley College . . . 9 27 68 . . . .Our Hill . . . Mt. Lith . . . Baileys — Ho Jo ' s . . . walking in rain . . . Toots . . . Par¬ tial to Baseball and Soccer players . . . de¬ voted . . . emotional . . . Birdie " precious " . . . curls . . . crunchy pea¬ nut butter with Linda nice clothes . . . T.T.O.L.Y. IT IS A TIME OF GROWTH, SELF AWARENESS AND LEARNING Alice D. Hayes - Where ' s my pocketbook? ,.. Frizz Weather . . , Always clean¬ ing .. . Yes Ma . . . Welles¬ ley Friendly ' s . . . Out with the girls . . . Those Sunday Bides . . . Summer " 69 " ... 52 . . . Just Once . . . National Honor Society, Sassamon, Exe¬ cutive Board, Safety Patrol, Pop Club. Judith Hayton . . . Jacka- lopos and snipe. .. 451-80-6731... Hand¬ cuffed on the ankles... plastic gingerbread . . . nine on a diving tower , . . Sum¬ mer beach parties . . . Road to where , . , " Leaving on a Jet Plane " . . . Black Bock ... Framastans . . . " Hey Jude " .,. Red VW... skiing . . . surfing . . . Texas , . . Remember when. Art Club, Sassamon Art Editor, Yearbook Staff. Harvey Stuart Hayett — M o n sky Man . . . 708 .. . 378 . . . Fair¬ way after dark . . . Frap- pelball ... Hi Hi ... A certain Christmas Party . . . Most I mproved . . . red . . . Rides with Kenny . . , Macs on T u esdays ... BC Bound? . . . Mr. Presi¬ dent . . . Garlic Bread . . . Rust . . . Chefs Club, Audio Aide, Base¬ ball Manager. Robert M, Haynes — Big Mac’s . . . Haney . . . Abner . . . Yick pit stop . . . Finally got it . . . Come again . . . What goal . . . New Hamp . . . The Kings ... A period zzzz . . . Take a lap . . , Applesauce... ski much ... I am Mr. Ed . , . good kid . , , Christ¬ mas Eve at Chucks . . . Baseball, Intramurals Basketball, Hockey, 114 Sally E. Heald — Co-op , . . Seen in a Chevy II S.S. . . . Watch the nose go . . . No, I ' m Sally . . . Wrinkle . , . Dent? What dent? , . . I ' m bored . . . Live for the weekends . . . Friends , , - MacDonalds . . . Old Or¬ chard . . . B.D. . . . Beauti¬ ful hair . , . Secretary. Bas¬ ketball, Field Hockey, G.A.A., Business Service Club, Gym Club. Susan C. Heald — Danny . . . Caldor . . . 10:00 . . . Chevy II . , . Doesn’t any¬ body want to walk with me? ... Tries to ski . . . Vermont weekends... Snaps at a certain teach¬ er. . , Got a dime? . . . Broken ski . . . License at lastl . . . Bashful. Field Hockey, G.A.A., Basket¬ ball, Business Service Club. Janice Heath - Jan Jan . . . is that car in the garage again? . . . Woolworths . . . gross out at the lunch table . . . the day of the living jello ... Ho Jo ' s . . . Seth ... off to Salem — nurse or witch??? . . . Crumpled front!? . . . water fights in Chem Lab . . . happiness . . . pin cushion fingers . . . Medical Careers Club, A.F.S. Brad W. Herber - Herby . . . never eats lunch . . . wrestlers who? . . . cup cakes. . . often seen at Harte ' s Store , . . Frances Moody . , . The Blah ' s . . . " A " period fun . . . Wild Christmas Eve at Charlie ' s . . . Summers at Natick, Winters at Natick . . . Next joke Mike . . . Whole Lotta Love . . . homeroom with Hoyt . . . O ' Reilly leave . . . Kathleen Hicks - Teaching . . . portable artist. . . rising American Indian . . . silent bombshell . . . pock- etbook that eats fruit and cookies . . . " not another political cartoon?! ' . . . Artist ' s Workship . . . sun. Executive Board, Art Club, Sassamon, I.R. Club. Steven C. Hill — Fairway man . . . V.P_M.M. . . . 385 . . . ya gotta hit ' emll ... all that happened in the kitchen? . . . Winaco Bunks . . . last week . . . M73 . . . L.W. ... Khl 275 . . . Florida? Glee Club, Audio Aid Tech., Intr. Tennis, Chefs Club, French Club, Nat. Honor Soc,, Tennis. Peter E. Hirtle — love those tin can lenses . . . Duffy ' s pigs . . . pasci . . . over the dome , . . study??? . . . free dom of the hills. . . G.B.Y.S.O. ... due to¬ morrow ... do tonight . . . what ' s what’s a Hoyer . . . A.F.S.??... Photo Club, Sassamon, Wrestling. John M. Hodgson-Hockey games with Aggre and Ran¬ dolph . . . jumpin ' jack . . . Weekend at Plymouth, New Hampshire... Brasilia Marimba . . . where can I find a car . . , music wing instead of studies . . . week¬ end with Sally ... Ted Mack Show . . . girls . . . Boston Conservatory Bound. . . Cape in the summer . . . Band, Dance Band, Oliver, Life. Gordon B. Hoffstein — Woodstock weekend . .. Eli . . . 708 . . . Hart . . . How come you never say that? . . . Torino G.T. . , . wanna run it . . . The Stones . . . Hungry Hill . . . Doran ' s Ducksauce . . . man from star . . . winters in Burlington . . . ski-bum . . . that ' s a tap . . . jungle jack¬ ets .. . 15 cents at poker . . . everyone should do his own thing . . . Wrestling, Ski Club. James Homer - Homer . . . great personal ity . . . C.C. . . . never late . . . the A period blahs . . . the night before . . . B.K. ' s ... al¬ ways seen with Lamont and Kent. . . one of the boys . . . Dover Hunter. 115 Howard M. Homgbaum — " Mega " ... it 32 . . . " Loves Those Bruins " . . . C Period Econo mics . . . Dish N ' Dat . . . Monday at 10:00 . . . Side burns . . . Lincoln and Wellesley Girls . . . Often Runs around Puddles chasing Base balls . . . " The Cor ner " . . . Mr. Filledes cat . . . U. Mass Bound? Daniel F. Horton, Jr. — Horty ... 45 . . . Hockey Captain . . . Buzz Saw . . . How ' s the Wheel . . . New Years Eve . . . The Hand . . . Yankee Villager . . . Thanksgiving ... 46 Trap... Wheel weak side pass . . . Defense men . . . Loyal Friend. Football, Hockey, Base ball, Executive Board, Student Council, " N " Club. AND UNEXPECTED HAPPENINGS Christopher Y. Houghton - Colorado State . . . Chauf feur . . . fearless lab part ner . . . Here Kitty Kitty Blood Anyone . . . Ticklish muchl . . . future Veterinarian . . . for mem¬ ories . . . Sitzmarc . . . En chanted forest ... T bar Tragedy . . . soccer games . . . Competivitve Speech Club. Karen Ann Huling — Walk to Boston . . . Entrance to Drive In . . . New Year ' s Eve 69,70... Ki-Ki... Jan. 24 . . . Pickle Sandwich . . . Here comes Mr. C . . . Easy Rider? . . . Third runner up . . . G.I.W. , . . Piper Club . . . Oh My Glory . . . Chorus girl . . . graceful? Band, Dance Band. John S. Hoyt Dead man . . . often seen at the P.O. . . . Piper Club . . . The Rapper . . . 10 hours to go . . . summer . . . Mac’s . . . Rambler ... Jo Jo! . . . C Period Sleep . . . Friday ' s ' s . . . Loves High School . , . Good Luck I A. William Hughes — The Wizard ... SS SS . . . Creations by A. William . . . Barnstable . . . Feliciano . . , Week¬ end voyages with the Emperor . . . Nature I . . . The Cellar . . , " B " period Escapades! . . . Unobtainable!! . . . " Charge it! " ... If you don ' t like it, ignore it!! . . . Hail to Beacons field . . . Peace. Gym¬ nastics, Art Club. 116 Jo Anne Hunter " Helen " . . . July 4th .. . STEVE . . . Cape Cod . March 29 . . . Salem End . . . Funny . . . Slanted eyes and buck teeth . . . Fathers Moustache . . . Rock Port . . . Three in a row . . . Say Goodnight Dick . . . You little Dickens . . . B and C studies . . . The artful dod ger . . . Always laughing . . . PEACE. Larry Hunter First person to formalize the basic tenents of laziness . . . Read a good book lately? . . . only soccer fullback to score on own team consis¬ tently. Varsity soccer, In¬ ternational Relations Club, National Honor Society. Sharon Hurvitz Slinky . . . B.B.R.L. . . . Last Sum mer . . . Iron Butterfly . . . Partial to a milkman . . . Bobby ... It takes a thief . . . Neque Neque . . . All Nighter . . .Oct 18th . . . The Devil made me do it! . . . follow that OPAL . . . H.P. . . . Matilda . . . Dimples . . . Those Sunday Nights . . . Come fly with me . . . My time will come! Debbie lacurci — " Sesame Street " . . .cars . . . Rhode Island . . . music . . . names and faces . . . German . . one of the four . . . child ren . . . giraffes . . . doubt . . . beaches . . . thinking . . . understand. Band, In tramural Sports. Steve Imparato — Moon . . . F troop . . . skippy . . . tukas . . . male service . . . Raider ' s twin? . . . Always out to lunch . . . Luscious " L " . . . Spiked water melons . . . Good time at Nausset? ... ski bum ... a Way land girl . . . Where ' s my ring Barbara? . . . nice nose ... U. Mass. Hope ful . . . Friendly ' s man . . . Brillo . . . Football, student Council, Outdoor Track. Ronald W. Ingleby — ' 62 Fords . . Fords go . . . watch out for taxies . . . New Hampshire nightmare ... anybody seen a tobog gan? . . . Wellesley pick ups . . . You ' re right . . . Finger motions . . . Always getting someone out of trouble . . . Just another day . . . lives at Steve’s on weekends . . . take Pond Street . . . Navy bound . . . Robert M. Jennings — Na¬ tick Drama Workshop . . . Jennings!!! . . . Can I bor¬ row 30 cents . . . Art ... I think I ' m going to fribble . . . Snuffy . . . Fanta sticks . . . Can I borrow another 30 cents, I ' ll pay you tomorrow! . . . Drama . . . Marne, great show . . . College? Who ever will take me? . . . Elgallo . . . Lion in Winter . . . Gooch . . . Me, skip? New Hampshire... skiing . . . Good luck in the future. Assistant to the Natick Drama Workshop Head of Costumes Sets. Ingrid Johanson - Ingie . . . black hat . . . shy . . . gotta practice. . . Bostonian ... I can ' t skip . . . four muske¬ teers . . . black coffee . . . cigarettes in girls room . . . Thanksgiving dinner ... I love you . . . Well, look at it this way . . . Want some coffee? . . . Avis is number two, but we love her any way!... Jeanne A. Johnson Friendly . . . Cape Cod . . . ' 66 Fairlane . . . tennis any one? . . . quiet . . . Kenne bunkport . . . Aquarius . . . love those weekends . . O h, I forgot . . . loves to eat . . . Really? . . . please snow! . . . future secretary . . . college bound. Tennis Team, Field Hockey, G.A.A. Michael K. Johnson Russ . . . Football??? . . • ' IS . . . F. Troop . . . Mayflower critic . . . quiet . . EEEM . . . Girls . . . Good Driver?? . . . that ' s close! . . Run ning through acombat zone . . . voices of L. A. . . F.S.C. . . . College Bound . . . Good Luck, Hockey, Football, Baseball, N Club 117 Donna L. Jones — Rhode Island . . . " Hi Mr. J " . . . secretary??? . . . Fenway . . . talks with Kathy ... a uni¬ cycle! . . . " D " period study . . . summer . . . " I ' m not mad " . blind . . . skating . . . Red Sox . . . quiet . . . " I ' ve got the car!” . . . Dreams. G.A.A., Busi¬ ness Service Club, Plane¬ tarium Aide, Library Aide. John J. Jordon — Jay . . . Whipple Co . . . The Factory . . . Charlie get your battery yet? . . . never missed a day ... M.Y.F. basket¬ ball . . . mince meat . . . this is true . . . headed for Bryant Stratton . . . Summers at Har wich . . . Wellesley . . . Cleveland Circle... good kid . . . the Sarge for two years . . . ' 67 Grand Prix . . . Good Luck. Intramural Bas¬ ketball. THE FACES IN THE CROWD ARE MORE CONFIDENT ... OF VICTORY AND THEMSELVES Madeline Jue — Mad . . . M YF . . . retreats ... al¬ ways happy . . . little . .. Help, Nate! . . . Drew U. . . . munchkin . . . 6foot letters . . . astronomy (?)... A period com¬ mands . . . Anton ' s . . . talk much? Glee Club, Field Hockey, Executive Board, A Cappella, Honor Society, Safety Patrol, Prom, IR Club. Clifford Kaizer, Jr. — " Sonny " . . . Hey Pal . .. Thats what she said . . . Harvey . . . wolf . . . class shows . . . Eat much? , . . Poet . . . R-U-F-F . . . Pas¬ sionate Lover!!! . . . Sprink¬ lers . . . Paul Jones! . . . Raided Picnics. . . Red dinners!!! . . . " 44 " . . . Gypsy Woman . . , You Broke it!!! . . . Closetsitter .. . nite worker!II . .. Needham gym! Eliot B. Kabachnick — ' " The World Is One Big Put-On”. Soccer Team, National Honor Society, Chef ' s Club, Audio Visual Aid. Richard B. Kahn — Kublai . . . Big Mac . . . The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes... C Period . . . Monsky . . . Ghenghis Khan ' sStately Pleasure Dome . . . Ren- saleer Polytechnic Insti¬ tute ... 708 . . . Chemistry . . . A.2.A. A.F.S., Radio Club, Computer Club, Ger man Club, Internationa! Relations Club. 118 F. Scott Kannel — Scot . . . Puerto Rico . . . Jaunts to the cape . . . Shot Putt . . . Track Capt. . . . Wendi- roo . . . Carousel . . . Friend " Scooter " . , . Rick . . . Buggy Corvair . . . Varsity Track (indoor and outdoor) ). Varsity Football, A2A Executive. Track Capt., Track MVP. Pamela R. Kaplan — Rabbit . . . R.P. . . . Natick Tool Rental . . . seen in Red Mustang... Ward Hill Bomber . . . mailboxes? . . . the great chase . .. B.C. lunches.. . hey vet — what! . . . Moose . . . black hearse... peanut butter sandwiches . . . midnight messages ... Kennie. Drama Club, Art Club. Pep Club. G.A.A. Gail Kaprielian - Kap . .. " I don ' t know " ... Rain¬ bow . . . " Hey, Kim-never- mind " . . . G.A. at Spring field . . . Shopping for nothing ... 3 French Hens . . . Piccolo ' s . . . What ear rings? . . . Surprise Birthday Partys . .. The Blanket. .. Art Club. Library Aide. Tennis Team, Executive Board, Yearbook Subscrip tion, National Honor Soci¬ ety. Pamela Jean Karr — B.J.’s clothes . . . blonde hair and blue eyesl B period . . . horseback riding anyone .. . eye make-up? . . . Basket¬ ball! ... Which boy are you talking about? . . . Broken nose . .. Walnut Hill .. . Popular Pocket Book . . . A P Class . . . UVM . . . great bowler? . . . N.H. Va cations... Fellowship?? .. . See what! . . . Field Hock¬ ey. jsketball. Ski Club. GAA Gym. Susan Kattany — Smile . . . A period study ... Oh that duck . . . Greg . . . Bagels .. . Cape weekend . . . 86 ... Oh no it’s a Wellesley Cop . . . lost again .. . Skiing . . . " yea right " . . . A friend is someone who likes you for what you are . . . Executive board, Pep Club, Tennis team. Kenneth G. Kilmain Paula Kimball — P.K. Paper airplane . . . flute . . . those MYF parties. . B period gang ...lam... " this darn carl " . . . quiet? — not al¬ ways! . . . " Why so early? " ... I of the 4 . . . Band, Dance Band. Safety patrol, Future Teachers. Deborah B. Kearney — Debbie .. . 6 11 69 ... A certain track captain . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . B . . . Sparks at 2 am ... a period . . . Charly . . . Tall ness. . . Coast Guard Beach . .. Buzzards . ..; " Smile! " . . . Moron . . . unevens . . . " I ' ll get that eagle " . .. Cherries . . . CW . . . Hiya Choan . . . " Neetega Meetings " ... Al¬ ways a (riend on Big Days . . . Pep Club, Gym Club, Safety Patrol. Christin Keirstead — " crave it " ... " beautiful " . . . Canada . .. Rothesay . .. Canadian orgies . . . private beach . . , blue Shelby . . . innocence . . . thunderbird key . . . clear Accutron . . . kazoos ... " I hate you Fred” . . . skiing . . . auto¬ matic nightclub . . . " never seen my brother in action before " . . . Tassos, Onassis. Kosygin and Charlie. Michael Kendig — Mike . . . Lehigh bound . . . intra¬ mural basketball ... 75 mph on a snowmobile . . . the truck . . . KHL presi¬ dent .. . organize . . . camper . . . eagel . . . team- bus . . . captain . .. royals . . . Chemistry Major? . . . Penn Dutch . . . Salesman . . . the bookie . . , future engineer . . . Band. Dance Band. Safety Patrol, Intra mural basketball. Patricia M. Kincare — Smile . . . Ba Happy . .. Share your Joy . . . " For When You Cheer Up it Cheers Those Who Love You Simply Because They Think the World of Youl " AFS, Honor Soc., Lit., Year Bk.. Soph. Orion.. S. Patrol, German Club, IR Club. Kenneth F. King, Jr. — SKY . . . Pisces . .. Loew ' s Theatre boss . .. E period hockey ... is that Bob Dylan?? . . . The Kings . . . Monday morning . . . Bruins tic¬ kets ... Ed Sullivan . . . change the sign . . . Veal Cutlet lover ... St. James Red Waves . . . undefeated . . . 800 . . . ' 63 Ford Falcon . . . Flat tires . . . UR I Bound . . . Good Luck. Basketball, Intramurals, Baseball. SELF EXPRESSION AND COMPETITION Michael Kinsman — Kins... Robert Hall... EEEEII... Celtics... don ' t laugh at Henry . . . Head . . . Friendly . . . Love those burns . . . M73 . , . Monday morning Bruins tickets . . . Rolling Stones ... running through com¬ bat zone . . . voices of L.A. . . . Westfield State bound . . . Good Luck. In¬ tramurals, Basketball. Martin S. Kofman — Marty ... Loew ' s theatre . . . 708 bouncer . . . Bowling pres. ... Monticello Fairway softball 1 . . . Bruins . .. Hockey novice . . . 342 . . . The M-Game . . . Barracuda . . . Pisces . . . What is so funny? . . . He ' s a good friend of mine? . . . Florida ... Camelot Hall . . . col¬ lege . . . Good Luck. Music Club, Track, Intramural Tennis, Tennis. Merit Honor. Alan Klarik — Zone . . . Supertape... often seen in front of tele¬ phone building . . . Grandprix . . . Needs a hair cut . . . have an accident lately? . . . Faithful N.E. Robe Employee . . . Barn open? . . . Cape in 1 hour . . . Dover Roads . . . Brother ' s wallet . . . next year, who knows? . .. Squeak ' s friend . . . often seen in office . . . school hours 8 to 11 ... Where ' s Pollit? . . . Oleg Klimowicz — Oley . . . Brazil Nut. . . coffee beans . . . car de¬ signer . . . Boy ' o Boy ... Mad Russian . . . New Hampshire survi¬ vor ... Rhode Island ... Who knows!?... You step on the gas and it goes ... 61 Olds . .. Tel. 653-0405. Gym¬ nastics, Soccer. 120 Vicki M. Kozlowski — Vic .. . D.P. . . . Gomper . .. Sincere . . . Only her hairdresser knows . . . seen in yellow Nova . . . Shot gun Rider . . , Seagull . . . Food . . . Always a smile . . . hopeless hopechest. .. Rt, 135... Keg... Fram. . . . I ' m thirsty . . . Row 13 . . . TEMPER . . . Crash . . . Orange . . . Par¬ don Me . .. Personality Plus . . . Sagamore .. . Cape ... Ya Right... I ' m Sick . . . Spruce Street . . . What tree? ... Airline Stewardess . . . Sure to Suc¬ ceed I Linda LaFortune — Danny ... in love . . . AD36 . . . J.M. Fields... sober much? . . . rainbow nylons . . . homeroom? . . . skip much? . . . one time? . . . great friend ... I quit! . . . I ' m sitting here . . . Florida Bound . . . detention . . . loves school . . . horses? . . . lets leave . . . I ' m com¬ ing! !.. . Danny ' s coming here this week-end! I .. Wellesley II... Merit Honor. Joan Marie Lamont — Joanie ... Ian . . . Spaz . . . Great Driver . . . Laughs A Lot.. . Always wants a car . . . Seen in a Chevy . . . In Love... DumDum . . . That temper! . , . June, 1969 . . . Ian won ' t let mel ... I got a puppy, but Gram doesn ' t want it. .. Loves cheeseburgers . . . Iron Stomach??? ... Christmas Eve . . . J.M. Fields cleaners. Nancy L. Lang - Langey . . . blue eyed blonde . . . future nurse . . . Remember H.D.I... U.S.A- get your license yet Nance? . . . Galveston . .. Jones . .. Certain Friday night . . . Oct. 19 . . . Diets ... Al¬ ways laughing ... Good luck to a Real Doll. Katherine A. Larracey — Kathy . . . Pokey . . , never late?? . . . Maine vacations . .. Waterskiing? . . . the island ... I love Snow . , . ice cube . . . pizza . . . " un¬ real " . . . Fiat. . . future teacher . . . friends much! . .. half a cousin . . . Col¬ lege bound . . . Good luck. GAA, Pep Club, Glee Club, Business Service, Field Hockey. William L. Larson — " EYES " . . . Nights at co¬ op parking lot. . . Red and yellow lights . . . Gunther pink . . . Parties at Head ' s . . . Dick and Sue... Pond Road . .. Thanks L.C.C_ Surfin ' in February . . . 4Q club . . . Moons at the ice cream line. Track, Wres¬ tling, N-Club, Caf. Marshal. John E. Lawson — Wood- stock " 69 " . . . Always be ahead . . . bulcks rule . . . What was yesterday any¬ way? . . . The party . . . No. 1 . . . What a Bummer ... It can ' t happen here . . . Brown Shoes don ' t make it.. . Ramble on . . . Bos¬ ton . . . The Roach mobile . . . Do what you like . . . Dors. Richard B. Lawson — R.B_The Hut . . . Loves toss salads . . . Busy after school . . . Jody ... A night at Duce ' s. . . The 822 stables . .. Spiked snow tires . . The Cape . . . Well- fleet . . . D.J_T.C.C_ Friendly ' s . . . Where’s the H.P.? Gross Animal . . . Hockey? . . . Lots of plans. Gerard LeBlanc — Find a way to let any man with a chip on his shoulder take a bow... To get along with others, go along with others... To progress think for yourself . . . Never stand in the way of a woman who wants to learn to drive ... A real smart cookie today might develop into just a crumb to¬ morrow. Table Tennis, Tennis, Gymnastics. Wendy Lebowitz - Wednes¬ day . . . four-petal flowers .. . glad . .. people . .. " The world Is so full of a number of things, I ' m sure we should be as happy as kings. " A Capella, A.F.S., Band, Drama Club, Future Teachers, German Club, Na¬ tional Honor Society, Exe¬ cutive Board, Ski Club, Sophomore Advisory. 121 Beverly Ann Leeth — Reflections . . . deli . . . turn around . . . for someone ' s sake ... all smiles . . . blivits . . . going west . . . Youngs¬ town State . . . back¬ room conversations . . . changes . . . someone special . . . Hooked on a feeling. Chorus Paul Leger TAKE ON MANY FORMS Richard Leighton Nancy Leona - " Rug " . . . Italian Temper . . . Eats her heart out . . . Little Tubba . . . " The Way You Do The Things You Do " . . . Innocence Plus . . . Honey Farms... the banker . . . good driver??? . . . Hampton Beach . . one of 4 . . . AD-36 . . . Don ' t Startl Really? . . . always mad at someone Some Peoplel . . . " Leo " . . . someday . . . partial to dogs and cats . . . party pooperl . . . Short Sweet . . . Those beautiful teeth , . . Good friend . . . Good luck. Stewart M. Lelievre Monique Lemaire — Nikki .. . strudel , . . that ' s French . . . Mike and Diane . . . the mall . . . trish horn . . . so much to cherish . . . laughing . , . that camp ... a forever kind of thing . . . our happy family . . . peace . . . us. Band, A.F.S.. Safety Patrol, Executive board, Student Coun¬ cil, Girls State. 122 Joanne Loconti - Oh Linda J. Lopas - blue Wow! . . . everything ' s pur- eyes . . . smile ... Do you pie... jog much?,.. have any gum?... Brig- Diet, Diet, Diet... Bob hams. . . Framingham by . . . North Conway . . . Union . . . nurse . . . A P that week . . . August 8, • • ■ Seymour . . . pajama 1968 . . . often seen in red party . . . where are my G.T.O. . . . The Rocks . . . glasses? . . . What ' s new? likes hitch hikers ... big ... do you have your hockey lover . . . Drop radio? . . . rings beads Dead! . . . want a cough . . . Oh Wow . . , Hurry drop? . . . Where’s Up,., got your license? Garv??? . . , those great . . . Good Luck. Framingham days . . . one of the girls. Richard Luttrell Kevin Mac Donald - Mac . . . dinners at Hugo’s Lighthouse... midnight boat drives in Hing Har¬ bor , . . Math Class . . . water skiing the week be¬ fore Christmas . . . extra curricular activities at Hot Shoppe . . . Volkswagen forever . , . Donna and Linda. Stage Crew, Baseball. Glenn S. Lever — Marni . . . August 11th... big brown eyes . , . " Chinese food again . . . Camp Ar¬ rowhead ' s Lifeguard . . . Sebastian . . . " Where ' s Maureen? . . . melba toast won ' t float forever . . . Where ' s my note? . . . sail ing in Duxbury , . , Sears . . . the traces! Barbara J. Levin " And all the voices, all the goals, all the yearnings, all the sorrows, all the plea¬ sures, all the good and evil, all of them together was the world. " National Honor Society, Competitive Speech President, Student Faculty Committee, Le Petit Echo — Editor, Drama Club, Sassamon. Richard Levine " mus¬ cles " . . . Rich . . . heir of the Levine Machine . . . F ly te ... loud drum¬ mer . . . look behind you ... all night at U Mass ... a girl named Jean . . . the trip back from Groton , . . Castro destruc¬ tible . . . college definitely . . . very likely to suc¬ ceed . , . cheeseburger and french fries. Beverly A. Lilja — " Crash " . . . Charlie ... in love . . . good dresser . . . beautiful eyes . . . " Hook¬ ed on a feelfn " ... " I for¬ got my smock " . . . First National ... red neck . . . " Oh well " . . . Cape Cod . . . interested in the field of nursing . . . Chevy ' s " GO " . . . Best of Luck. James Linsky — Jim . . , N.H.S. Racket Captain . . . Basketball . . . 13 . . . love that bench . . . de¬ fense . . . cheerleaders much? . . . Camaro SS . . . corrupted by Steve . . . that Junior year . . . Nauset’s Watermelon . . . often has the Munchies . . . Drummer Boy . . . OOHHII Tennis, Basketball, Band. Michele MacDonald — " Shelley ' . . . Sears girls ' dept . . . Where ' s Patti? . . . always late - . . Are you serious . . . kittens . . . moody much . , . Manomet , , , only one LI . . . future nurse . . . loves chem¬ istry? . . . pizza ... I finished driver edl . . . Raindrops. Medical Careers Club, Pep Club, Clinic Aid, Softball. Sue Ann MacDonald — Stilly Sue . . . long hair ... " well. I ' ll probably cut it next year . . . flashy smiIe ?} . . . Filene ' s . . . WSC ... ' 65 Green Corvair . . . " no, that ' s really his first namel " . . . 7 21 . . . Stilly. Band, Girls Basketball, AFS, Pep Club. IT IS A YEAR FOR REFLECTION Ronald MacGregor Jason , . . Skinny peo¬ ple , . . Nice ... ffl 5 , , . Norwood Football Game . . . Ralph . . . Cheers at Braintree . . . Can ' t seem to eatl . . . Something a bout Food . . . Nice one " Beaver " . . . Who needs work . . . " Bloomy, the Brakes!!! " . . . Great atti¬ tude toward lifel . . . Any¬ one for a Saturday at the Stlgs? Basketball, Cafeteria Mar¬ shal. Edward Campbell Mahon Hot Shoppe destruct mechanism . . . competitor for school ' s biggest nose . . . The only senior that gave Mr. T. an ulcer . . . Girls??? . . . License . . . long time in getting . . . Natick High was an ex perience . . . I ' m glad it ' s over ... I hope College life will be different. David F. MacKenzie — Dave . . . Dodge Charg¬ ers . . . Can be found most of the time at Sunnyside Esso... Those nights on the lake . . . Demolition Derbies , . . motor¬ cycles in tomato gar¬ den ... Accident forms . . . Rice Road . . . Parties at Worm ' s and parties at Paris ' s New York , . . That certain girl. 124 Clifford E. Malkin — Cliff . . . one of the average guys. . , serious minded Doane College? (where ' s that?) . . . thinks he ' s Smokey the Bear . , . Joan ... B period study . . , math whiz? . . , out¬ fielder? . . . the dirty hoc¬ key player ... Mr. Leavitt . . . good luck. Windsor Mallett Gail Jean Malloy — There is a destiny which makes us brothers. None goes his way alone. All that we send Into the lives of others comes back into our own. Honor Society, Executive Board, Future Teachers, Yearbook Subs., I.R. Club, German Club. Kathie Manthorne — " In¬ volvement with people is always a very delicate thing — it requires real maturity to become in volved and not get all messed up. " Honor Society, Executive Board, Sassamon, Safety Patrol, International Rela tions Club, Computer Club. Richard D. Marchand - Richie . . . fake it . , . EYC . . , Yamaha . . . folk masses . . . Neil ' s parking lot. . . what conspiracy? . . . Oblate ' s . . . Tufts . . , Tom and Dick . . . teddy bear . . . Jude ' s . . . sailing at Barnstable . . . you al¬ ways out blast me . . . Jann . . . pardon mel Band, Hockey, Language Lab, I.R. Club. Janet Markow — Groovy . . , room 210 . . . Finast ,. . A period study . . . Mic¬ key Mouse . . . pop- overs . . , spoofer . . . gleep ... I quit. . . sur¬ prise me . . . double to two singles . . . Boston . . . MTA . . . Chinese food . . , I forgot to get his license . . . talks with Pat . , . Toy¬ ota. Library, GAA, Pep Club, Planetarium. Lorna Susan Maron — Lornie Doone. . . banana . . . ballerina? . . . Wollle ' s . . . summer at P.B. ' s . . . two In a sleeping bag . . . partial to vacuum cleanersl . . . Falmouth Heights . , , chug and kick . . . parade on Pond St. . . . Bogart Bat- mobile . . . JAMIE . . . part time H.P, . . . then more Jamie. William J. Martin — Marto . . . Chevy forever . . . sum mers In Maine . . . Mc¬ Donald ' s . . , have a license . . . South Natick . . . Peaks Island . . . any accidents lately? . . . future mechan¬ ic .. . just out riding a- round . . . Marion Street gang . . . baby driver , . . 327 $56 Chevy . . . collision with tanker . . . best of luck. Arthur Mason — Mace . . . Monsky $708 . . . Big Mac Fairway . . . 1963 rum-runner . , , where’d the road go . . . lost in Lucky Booth 11... Ahtur . . . ele¬ phant jacket . . . Judy . . . In a Gadda Da Vida . . . Florida flash. Drama Club, Lab Techni¬ cian, Executive Board, Football, Tennis. Caroline J. Mastro — Bris¬ tol ... 59 Ford . . . sum¬ mer 69 . . . Miss Madness . . . always with Jana . . . late again, If comes . . . Chinese fire drills . . . seen a lot in a blue mustang . . . spaghetti . . . Italians all the way I . . . snort much!I , , , meatballs . . . nice eyes . . . oh that blue skirtll . . , sneakers. . . barrel of laughs , . . June , . . U.S.A.F. , . . certain some¬ one. 125 Anthony G Mauriello - Tony . . . " Time out " . . . G.T O. . . . Star Market . . . Room 210 . . . Economics class . . . Hockey on Sunday ... 12-10... Summer in Framing¬ ham . . . West Natick Boys . . . The penalty date is February 1 . . . The Boardwalk . . . Temple bound. Executive Board, Safety Patrol, Language Lab. Tech., Honor Society. Merit Honor. John Mayo Headed for Saigon University . . . Dexter Fud . . . Nixon imitations . . . thirty-five at six . . . rooster . . . future broadcaster? . . . tell him to finish it . . . wild E period . . . ya wanna bet? . . . philosophical discussions . . . too late . . . Orioles fan. PLANNING FOR A FUTURE COMING ALL TOO FAST Mary McCaul — Crazy . . . Big Mac , . . Hair much . . . m+m’s , , . talkative . . . It ' s my jacket and I don ' t care what it looks likel . . . slightly bent . . . shrinking violet? . . . Help! . . . Hey menl ... Rico . . . I ' m gon¬ na flunkl , . , Happy. Executive Board, Pep Club, Honor Society, Safety Pa¬ trol, IR Club. Susan Ann McCourt Bikey woman . . . road cap¬ tain . , . spare change . . . Boston . , . me and my monkey . . . Watson ' s . . . crosstown traffic . . . Wes ton reservoir . , . Wood- stock . . . nature on a chain . . . Merit gas station . . . half breed . . . hey creep. Karen McCormick — Kerry . . . shy? . . . beautiful hair . . . Wal¬ tham . . . town forest in the a.m. , . . Cape Cod . . . South Natick . . . nice eyes. . . frat parties ... art . . . where’s Diane? . . . Daisy ' s . . . horseshoe crab . . . the sun . . . BH . . . walks on the beach . . . sincere friend. Stephen McCormick — Steve . . . seen at Mac ' s . . . great sense of humor . . . grunion man , . . lives for Chips . . . weekends . , . been In any fights? . . . Ford man (62 Chevy) . . . summer 69, Duxbury . . . downtown ... C period . . . Jo-Jo . . . good laugh . . . (SS) . . . New Years Eve , . . good luck . . . college bound. Barbra McGarry — Barb . . . that certain someone . . . there ' s a full moon out tonight! . . . gypsy . . . eat your heart out . . . one of the Mince Meat Girls . . . Friendlys . . . nice clothes . . . short skirts . . . " Is There Black in the Cor¬ ners? " . . . two Hamburgs, please . . . Italians. Frank G. McGee — The Baron . . . Saturday esca¬ pades with the Emperor and Wizard . . . third floor apartment? . . . New Sea- bury . .. the infamous Birthday Party . . . Wool- worth ' s . . . Walnut Hill. .. Irish temper . . . steam en¬ gines . . . Frank McGee of NBC. John McGovern — Gov . . . Hampton Beach . . . lounge pillow fight . . . sprint through the courtyard . . . Sizzlebord . . . Maria ' s . . . Got Brad L ' s money . . . Salisbury . , . Lakewood . . . Golf cart races .. . what sleeping Bag? . . . Devil Dogs . . . I ' ll just call in sick . . . West End War¬ riors. Baseball, Golf, Intramural Hockey, Intramural Basket¬ ball. Mary A. McGrath - " Cas per " . . . Todie . . . 11 . . . Papa Gino ' s . . . the sky- walk . . . Allstate . . . Fri¬ day nights at HoJo ' s . . . July 4th at Laura ' s . . , my mouth is stuck . . .Squeak’s not my father . . . Sunday at the Charles . . .I ' m gonna quit . . . Blackberry Wine . . . used to be quiet. Future Teachers Club, Sas- samon. Vincent G. McGuire Gook . . - Skinny Vinny . . . Florida . . . 4 . . . Wayland Party . . . Whalens Rug . . . Rolled Up Mt. Monadnock . . . Cheerleading Capt. . . . Horror Shows . . . Milton . . . Q Club . . . Bickfords O.J. . . . Future Hippy . . . Springfield . . . Farewell Natick Forever. Gym Club, Soccer, N Club. Harold A. Mclnnis, Jr. — Thomas Mclsaac " 67 " Mustang Drinking Machine! . . . Round-Ups forever. . , never been caughtl . . . Unaccounted Absentees . . . Mon . . . Lois A ' Mour . . . Those Oldies but Goodies . . . Homework bound . . . D and E period lunches . . . What motor¬ cycle, W.P.D. . . . Nantasket beachbum . . . Have any good tapes cheap. Cafeteria Marshal. Donald W McKie-Don ... Edward J. Blue Ford . . . 8it crazy . . . talks to himself . . . shy .. . driving class . . . " Wake me for the next class " .. , Beach Parties . . . Big SMILE . . . food . . . Big blue eyes . . . crank shaft ... C period study . . . knees . . . ticklish . . . Big Brother . . . duck. McQuiston Steven J. Millar - ' 55 Chevy . . . swell . . . yay . . . polish naval . . . surf hole . G Period . . . Modern Problems Featuring 10x10 . . . now again . . . what’s the word? . . . Orpals featuring lower paychecks. 127 Carl R. Miller - 61 Cadillacs . . . those eyes . . . always seen smil¬ ing . . . 4-m . . . Friday night drive-ins . . . sum¬ mer of ' 69 at Lake Cochituate . . . Patty- Bee Gees , . . never on time . . . E.A.T. . . . Horseneck . . . always seen with . . . Patty? . . . school lunches . . . sure to succeed . . . good friend . . . good luck. Football. Band. Marc Alan Miller — The Golden Trumpet . . . drums ... see Jan go . . . 4 speed . . . swimming pool . . . wrecked LeMans . . . skiing . . . hock ey . . . that ' s close . . . dream . . . A.2.A. ... sit on my what? . . . what a life . . . 440-Magnum . . . my girl . . . Flip , . . Wilson . . . next joke . . . movies . . . Joe! ... 90 mph . . . hard worker . , . Good Luck! A YEAR TO BE SHARED WITH FRIENDS ...SHARING THE FUN... Jean M. Miscia — Jeannie . . . often seen in blue Impala ... in love . . . Norm . . . FIAT . . . good driver? ... I can ' t see the road! . . . Maine vacations . . . waterskiing? . . . watching waves at the Cape , . . Roaman ' s, blivits . .. half a cousin . . . good friend always. G.A.A., A ' Cappella, Pep Club, Field Hockey, Glee Club. Kenneth E. Moore - pull it. . . super eyesight . . . spend many nights at the drive-in ... ' 61 Pontiac . . . chariot races . . . what pole ... get lost in Boston? . .. boomer . . . Prom ' 69 . . . one arm man , . . Wellfleet sweethearts . . . often rides prisoner . . . the boxer . . . Punch 8i Judy . . . who needs a job . . . college bound? . . . back downhills lately? . . . pull an all nighter lately??? . . . the barn. Douglas B. Montgomery — brake lights. . . VW . . . Falmouth . . . " Want to buy a year¬ book? " . . . Richard Nixon . . . Parley-vous francais? . . . checkers . . . " But they do work " . . . brilliant math student . . . top of the morning . . . " Max " . . . 8ullet . . , very in¬ teresting. Track Manager, Radio Club, Chef Club, Year¬ book, Competitive Speech. Lynda L. Montgomery — Cute kid! . . . often seen in ' 67 Mustang , . . " oh, those ski week¬ ends” . . , Maine sum¬ mers . . . that special guy . . . " S H " . . . one of the six . . . June 1, ' 68 . . . Hang-up-Drive- inl . . . MIKE , . . meet¬ ings at Oak St. Phar¬ macy . . . where ' s Joyce . . . good luck. Gym Club, G.A.A., Pep Club. 128 Pamela A. Morey — Forever the Glad . . . Loves rain - . . 17 MacArthur Road , . . owls . . . Steve . . . Decem¬ ber 1 . . . A+ chills . . . what jewels? . . . And a partridge in a pear tree . . , Mopeyl says hi! Executive Board. Medical Careers Club, Future Teach¬ ers Club, National Honor Society, Guidance Library Aid, AFS, Safety Patrol, Pep Club. Nicholas J. Morana, Jr. — Nicky . . . loves Italians , . . dedicated ... Rt. 128 penny . . . California by bike . . . defi¬ nitely . . . Gunther ' s comin . . . out a sight . . . " Hey Boy " . . • Jimi Hendrix . . . loud noise . . . Woodstock 69 ' . . . Cape . . . off to Nam. Charles Moran — Charlie . . . Chuck? ... 64 Ford . . . babysits a lot . . . summers at the Cape . . . Bryant and Stratton bound . . . before school in 607 . . . Peter Rice Heating Co. . . . junior girl . . . wild Christmas Eve party . . . Room 172. Susan Moore — Sue . . . Moon Baby . . . one of the Mincemeat girls . . , Hey Jugs... FRECKLES... The Amazon . . . South Street ... a certain some¬ one . . . Friendly ' s , . . U.F.O. ' s in the Lunch Room . . . mini skirts . . . AD 36 . . . Patricia R. Moriarty — Quiet . . . shy . . . true friend . . . always doing something for others . . . It’s A Pet ' s World ... sea horses . . . career in hair styling . . . Driver ' s Ed.??? ... sure success in the future . . . Best of Luck, Pat. James T. Morris — 21 . . , cheerleader . . . what ears? . . . loves those babies . . , Hockey capt. . . . burgers . . . Prudential ... I said ya might ... 5 in one night . . . Big Flirt ... a work of art . . . Martin Cerel . . . Mr. Dyer ' s Office . . . Casey ' s. Hockey, Baseball. Steven Aker Mosher — Mosh . . . One Cape Cod afternoon , . . Then Came Bronson . . . co-pilot to the Lovebug . . . Arnold Palmer much ... A slightly over¬ cast summer night at the Drive-in . . . what ' s money . . . These blurbs will self destruct in 60 seconds . . . Good Luck Steve. Executive Board, Student John Richard Moulton John W, Murphy — Murph . . . Ford lover . . . Hyannis bushes . . . Wellfleet surf . . . rest areas . . , got a cigarette . . . pin ball wizard . . . the Common . . . North wing ... Me Ruggie . . . Patrolman Wimpy . . . haunted houses . . . cheerleader ... U, of Saigon bound . . . stigs. Jane E. Mulligan — " Jani " . . . " A period study " , . . those C.Y.O. ski trips . . . Bailey ' s Girl . . . lip glos . . , ultra-conser vativel?) . . . Filene’s Easter bunny , . , always laughing . . . what diet? . . . gullible . . . " gotta call Mom " . . . phone calls at front office. Pep Club. AFS, Executive 8oard. Council, National Honor Society. 129 Michael Murphy — Murf . . . South Natick wall . . . partial to oil trucks ... oh that laugh . . . good personality . . . cute . . . Sunshine dairy . . . Michael come home . . . Wellesley . . . Joanne ... Al Capone . . . Mustang . . . Skull . . . Spaghetti at 5:00 in the morning . . . No plans as yet . . . Good luck Murf in whatever you do. Robin I Rob . . . Golden Rivers . . Murphy quiet? . sponge . Cinema . watch the clock . . . de ghetto . . . South Natick . . . barn . . . blue moon . . . icy drive¬ ways . . . those eyes . . What did you say? . . Beverly . . . blue U Maine . . . virtuous . . good friend . . . sincere Art AND THE FRUSTRATIONS ... Jane F. Muto — Jan-0 ... basketball games . . . chokie . . . midnight de¬ liveries . . . McDonald ' s . . . broken toboggan . . . Bab- son weekends . . . Jor¬ dan ' s . . . flipped her wig . . . Beige Corvair ... dy¬ namic duo . . . name on a sign . . . always laughing . . . a cousin . . . cynic . .. one of the four. Pep Club, Future Teachers, G.A.A., Basketball, Field Hockey. Debra Nellis — that special ring . . . September 28 . . . South Natick . . . the field . . . " These Eyes " . . . sol¬ dier boy . . . hate to say goodbye ... 62 bomber . . . " Tommy Sandy ' s... Gemini . . . Mobil . . . Franklin Simon . . . Ptown . . . horsebackriding . . . lives for weekends . . , early nights? . . . " Where ' s my ball " . . . B.U. National Honor Society, Executive Board. Nancy E. Myi TANNIS . . .avol of America . . . conspiracy? . . . hatted radical " . Iwearesay isgivepeaceacha Up against the v Tear down vi cafeteria refuge pledge allegiar mankind. Patricia A. Nadeau — Pink . . . Finast . . . Do- Do .. . another carl . . . Saturday nights . , . New York . . .talks with Janet... I QUIT... C.J. . . . double to two singles . . . Someone special . . . right . . . Don ' t open those doorsl . . . Surprise me! . . , Bird food . . . Boston . . . M.T.A.... Burlington Mall . . . Al¬ ways X-Mas . . . Smile . . . E period . . . Lunch . . . What , . . Good luck! 130 Richard Nelson — Traveler . . . Chesterfield Gorge . . . What conspiracy? . . . Volksbuggie . . . Truro dunes . . . Woodstock ' 69 . . . Sears Super Sales¬ man . . . The other half . . . Fazer banks . . . Sandy hamburg . . . The Woose . . . Dixie cups . . . Butoni instant pizza . . . Harvard Square . . . Christmas Eve . . . Combined resources . . . ' 58 Olds . . . Bosco. International Relations Club, World Affairs Club, Wayland Interclub Council. Roger Nelson Gary W. Neus — Nuisance Moose . . . Dish n ' dat . . . College bound . . . Northeastern . . . Hang¬ man . . . A.Z.A. . . . Look n ' cook . . . Gari baldi . . . Monsky $708 . . . " No news is good news. " Football, The Musical " Oliver " , Stamp Coin, Golf. Michael James B. Nichols — Jim . . . Nick . . . Drives white Willy Wagon . . . Vermont in February . . . " Hokey " . . . " Nice one " . . . Makes bagels . . . Digs Dennis the Menace . . . Hot pastromi at the Sizzlebord . . . Good grief! . . . " S275 is the se nior captivity room " . . . " Wow, that night at Jack ' s . Neville house! " John B. Nicholson Kevin Noone - Buggie . . . Surf king . . . Pond Bd. Bun ... 56 Chevs . . . Cheerleader , , . Horror Shows . . . Wellesley . . . Malden . . , Milton . . . Drive-in ' s . . . New York . . . Haunted houses . . , Christmas Eve... Me Murph . . . Pillow fights at Hoggie ' s . . . Stigs . . . The " Derby " ... 56 Plym- bombs . . . Future? Bobert P. Nyren — Always up to something . . . Vaca¬ tions in Maine . . . " Firsty " . . . Often seen in Wayland . . . Bice Boad , . . College bound . . . Volkswagens go . . . -track . . . What stone wall? . . , Any¬ body see a toboggan?... I know, I heard you the first time . . , The Graduate . . . Wellesley cops? , . . Beep, beep! Gym Club. Jane E. O ' Brien — Bed . . . OB . . . Arlington? . . . Bur¬ lap pants . . . Carol, helpl . . . Polar Bear . . . Bridge- water, N.H. . . . M M ' s . . . Sunday drives . . . Friend¬ ly ' s, gas station, and the common . . . Shed a little tear . . . Think we ' ll make the hill? . . . Newton- Wellesley. Medical Careers Club. Jeffrey B. O ' Donnell — ZS . . . trip to Conn . , . New Hampshire . . . Big Bad Bonnie . . . the contest . . . Bod ' s House . . . Then came Odie . . . Honda , , , Paint Parties . . . Blondes, Bru¬ nettes, Bed heads . . . Who stole my phisohex . . . bikes in the snow . . . Sear Auto motive ... ice cream line . . , Switch. Football, Cafeteria. 131 Caryn E. O ' Hare — The Big A . . . no mind . . . fried ice cream ... Hi Sunshine . . . Nov. 10 . . . reserved table at Bickford ' s , . . witch ' s cackle . . . bones . . . ya know . . . J.J. and the pizza fight . . . 4 am . . . Natick Tool Rental . . . Maria ' s . . . Quinsig with a frog . . . seldom seen in school . . . nites at West on Reservoir. Andrew R. Okun — Drew . . . Woodstock ' 69 . . . 428 T Bird . . . Skip much? . . . Hairy Driver . . . Combined Resources . . . Truro Sandburger . . . The Other Half ... If you Don’t Go Blind First . . . Nelkun Inc. . . . IN-A- G AD DA-DA-VIDA . . . Blue Jeans . . , Chester¬ field Gorge . . . ' 58 Olds . . . Trips to New York Baby Rats . . . Sometimes Bikey . . . Puptents . . , Para¬ chutes ,. . Saratoga Springs. AS SENIORS WE ARE IMMEDIATELY CONCERNED WITH OUR FUTURE Elizabeth M. O ' Neil - Beth . . . Lunch Box . . . teabag tags . . . peanut butter sand¬ wiches . . . Tude . . . Friday nights at HoJo’s. . . 15 cheers . . . Wilson Picket Union Gap , . , lean! ... how cold my toes. . , orange iuice on the rocks. Med. Careers, Clinic Aide, Pep Club, Prom Dec. Com. Marilyn Oxman — Mai . . . Whore ' s your lab manual? . . . Which Allen? . . . the Putt-Putt . . . soap bub bles?l . . . Bobo . . . Sebago . . . " So don ' t I " . . . candy girl . . . Dad ' s copilot . . . “Is communism...? " ... Well, Miss Oxman. Exec. Board, A.F.S., Pep Club, Photo Club, Drama Club, French Club, Sopho¬ more Advisor. Joseph R. Onorato — Joe . . . Star Market Grocery . . . Stolen " 62 " S.S. . . . Meet Keat at the Mall . . . Piper Club . . , often seen in blue Chevy . . . Want to buy a nice car ... Sunday Zoo . . . Drafting May¬ be. Michael J. O ' Reilly - 65 Ford . . . What Bus? . . . Death Paw . . . Slamin ' s Station... Post Mortem , . . Kicked out of CO-OP again . . . How ' d I get home that night? . . . We ' ll take Joe ' s car . . . Where’s C period . . . Rough XMAS Eve... " Her teeth aren ' t that Bucked " . . . Nice Day . . . Wayland cops . . . He Sings? . . . Sick Jokes. Basketball 132 Steven S. Padover Arthur W. Parker Donna Parker — Be happy . . . mom . . . boats sink . . . ya but just one pink rose . . . Vicci ... 3 girdles . . . give me just a little more time . . . Judy . . . brothers . . . FNS guys . . . Sandy ' s shadow . . . Barbara . . . Gypsy woman . . . Laurie . . . but dad why ... I ' m so happy . . . dad . . . hee-hee. Ronald E, Parker — Par , , . Navy bound . . . Heavy equ . . . " 64 " Pontiac ... 3 duces . . . Joan ... ' . a can ... drive ... Oh not you 8i Reill ... Ah heck it ' s okay . . . Ronmobil . . . Mr. Mrs. . . . Plowing ... 4 ways. . . Jeep broken . . . Good luck Ron! ... I can ' t. Football,Cafeteria Marshal. Janice M. Paul — Ambi¬ tious... Remem ber Trurol . . . OHI hear this . . . and stuff . . . diet much . . . LMH . . . What ' s my name? . . . bound for Cape Cod ... big night out . . . Badge . . . two babysitters . . . Funny Girl . . . future nurse . , , Baby It ' s you . . . Orpheus . . . never satisfied. Spanish Club, Library Club, Med. Careers Club, Art Club. Susane Paul — Hey Sue . . . followed much . . . Cape Cod . . . Where are the Keys? . . . Can I drive . . . long blonde hair . . . great personality . . How many days? . . . Who is it now? . . . Let ' s drop in to Boston . . . Not again ...13?... What Volkswagen? . . . Col¬ lege? . . . What yellow light? . . . Laugh much? . . . Many happy times. Dianne C. Paulini — Dee . . . 4 eyes . . . Italian much? . . . beautiful brown hair . . . one of Moe ' s girls .. . The Cape . . . USAFA . . . Black Ford . . . town forest in the a.m. . . . South Natick . . . sundials . . . Where ' s Kerry . . . love is blue . . . hockey fan . . . Harvey ... Big Brown eyes . . . flirt . . . BH . . . always a smile. Leaders Club, Pep Club, Executive Board. Kevin W. Payton - Payt . . . the great swing . . . often seen on Forest Ave. . . . Harry? . . . Friendly ' s . . . have a few jobsl . . . The Ally ' s , . . typical Tourist . . , certain junior girl . . . Telephone poles . . . Who’s got a ding? . . . The Prom. Football, Basketball, Cafeteria Marshal. Gail A. Pellerin — G.A.P. . E period zoo ... in chorus of " Oliver " ... " you know " . . . loves basketball . . . G period . . . " Guess what? " . . . in love . . The Cape ... " A Time for Us. " Medical Careers Club. Gail E. Penswick — Ga . . . one of the Darps . . . But, my thumbs cold! ... H ' Babies . . . Brookline . . . N. Y. Florida . . . Beachbums Snowbirds . . . Lepra . . . Virg . . . Finger . , . Wan¬ derers. 133 Diane Pepi — " Pepi " . . . always a smile . . . Falmouth . . . Popovers . . . Room 228 , . . Do you smell smoke? ... I can ' t do thatl . . . more posters? . . . Nursing . . . college. G.A.A., Pep Club, Art Club, Clinic Aide, Med¬ ical Careers Club, Safety Patrol, Library Aide, Prom Committee, Christine L. Perry Etien . . . 5683 . . . Tienes Cabeza de Mierda . . . " Look, will you quit it? " . . . " You guys mean well, I think " ... a good kid, but weird . . . Grit , . . one of them . . . Avis, Ingrid, and the rest . , . Thanks Mr. H. for the I don’t know what! . . . That ' s ok, keep looking. THE YEAR PROGRESSES IN THE ESTABLISHED PATTERN Nancy Peters — Wool- worth ' s . . . " Let ' s go for a ride " . . . McDonalds. .. never without a smile . .. what car accident? . .. argue much . . . home all the time . . . those eyes . . , Old Orchard . . . always in a daze . . . college bound. Pep Club, Future Teachers, Senior Executive Board, Yearbook Subscription Comm., G.A.A. Sara L. Pfahl - Chingate la escuola! . . . strawberries . . . skip much . . , ticklish . . . P. town . . . Erich . .. Body . . . sunshine , .. Davits . . . Ocracoke, N. C. . . . Babbit type . . . twin sister Clarice . , . LMH . . . summertime , . . walked into a door . . . Goodbye . . . Peace. Leslie Peterson - Little Red . . . Let ' s go to the zoo . . . New Orleans . . . somethings in my contact ... my kind of place . , . Scorpio . . . T.W.A. . . . half days? . . . that dirty hippie . . . Coleman . . . I ' ve been there . . , way with words . . . paranoid . . . my green monster . . . " Good times, bad times. " Norman C. Pe son — Cutting old ladies . . . Bali-High , . . Jude . . . mouse on a 1280 Harley chopper . . . pick up artist. . . speak out at the pipers . . . Rat ' s place , . . gonna do a job on him . . . Elephant killer . . . New York . . . Pine Oaks . . . town forest . . . K.K.K. 134 Donna L. Pfeifer — Cape Codder horror show . . . New Year ' s Eve ... 3 miles and no pedal . . . Midnite Mass . . . spastic gymnast . . . secrets of Rathburn Road . . . Robo-wash . . . certain president ... G period studies? . . . Where ' s Barb? . . . three stars and a moon . . . Dreamer! Kenneth Phelps Patricia E. Phipps — Patti , . . smiley . . . blondie . . . what color are your eyes today? . . . peanut butter and banana sandwiches . . . what diet? . . . nerves . . . doodler . . . your crazy! .. . Jordans . . . Pisces . . . falls off chairs . . . Robo car washes , . . future teacher .. . wow! A.F.S. Club, Honor Soci¬ ety, Future Teachers Club. Yvette V. Poirier — Yivit . . . Popponesset summers . . . math genius . . . tat , . . Friendly ' s . . . might ever bel . . . bagels . . . dents . . . tears . . . The lonely shell. Student Council, Exec. Board, Safety Patrol, IR Club Vice Pres. Neil E. Pomeroy — Sue . , , life is too short to fret . . . E.Y.C. . . . skiing . . . think snow . . . Hey Gaukl ... 2 words? . . . piano lessons . . . love is . . . tires . . . notes . . . restrictions . , . baby blues ... F period studies . . . soccer in the mud . , , Yaffee ' s . . . only four years old ... I love life. Tennis, Soccer, Edward Porter - Ted . . . blue eyes . . . often seen with Sue . . . This stupid car. . , those mornings be¬ hind the English wing . . . Natick labs . . . Dad, can I use the Mach I? . . . run much to lunch? . . . " Get out” . . . Northeastern . . . Good luck, Ted. James P. Powers — What say man? . . . Anna . . . Papso . . . drums ... La Banda Brasilia Marimba . . . Nairobi Trio . . . mean ' 64 Ford wagon? . . . B. U. . . . " Yea Man, it ' s on the ground! " . . . retired gym leader . . . Adios N.H.S. Radio Club, Spanish Club, Honor Society, Northeast Band, Band, Allstate Band. Carolyn Price — One of 3 . . . reflections ... on stage . . . Miss Kelly . . . Ike . . . clay feet . . . R.W. . . . the night it rained . . . L.D.W. . . . " Who ' s naive? " . . . " ya know you ' re right " . . . wellfleet . . . white rufflely blouses . . . future teacher? . . . blue knees . . . cars don ' t start with brakes. Honor Society, Drama Club, Executive Board, Future Teachers, Senior Linda Primevara " Linda P. " . . . June 27 . . . forgot my pilll . . . green buick . . . partial to moustaches . . . February 7 . . . Omar Sharif . . . frosty summer n ights . . . Butterfly . . . memorial field . . . Decem¬ ber 6 . . . Football games . , . keep your eye on 25 . . . Christmas Eve . . . Fred ' s . . . Sears Auto¬ motive nights . . . Oscar? . . . Blondes do have more funl David R. Putnam Rat , , . 53 . . . spaar chucker . . Cape Adventures . . . Tan kards . . . flicks . . . May flower . . . don ' t panic Horty , . . little Bronson . . . country club . . . Nauset 68 . . . chef . . . Columbus Ave. . . . Q Club • • • Merchant Marine Academy. Football, Track, Baseball. Cynthia Quigley — Cici . . . Kev ... A Cloud Called Happiness. Majorette. Gail Ann Quinton — That ' s closet . . . Here comes the sun . . . Way- land. . . Flyer? . . . What ever happened to . . . New Jersey ... " MONKEY MAN " ... What am I doing here? . . . Sears . . . Second time around . . . Do you smell smoke? . . . Coke and sympathy. Safety Patrol, Pep Club. Art Club, Medical Careers Club. WE FOLLOW OUR MANY AND VARIED INTERESTS Marie K. Racicot — Rasa . . . One of the Darps . . . W.P.D, . . . H ' Babies... But my thumbs cold . . . Brookline ... N. Y. , . . Florida . . . Virg . . . Beach- bums vs. Snowbirds . . . Lepra . . . Finger . . . Wan¬ derers. Sally E. Rees Robert J. Raider — Dudley Dooright . . . Mr. President? . . . " BOOB " . . . Wayland Parties . . . W.P.D. . . . Milton-Maiden ... Q Club . . . " Je T ' aime " . . . " The Nose " . . . Partial to Blondes . . . New York. Executive Board Presi¬ dent, Student Council President, Honor Soci¬ ety, Football. Joseph Andrew Raneri — Guiseppi , . . Meatball pusher . . . Dodge 440 . . . Tilly ' s market . . . Little Blue Wagon . , . Deliveries . . . Lead Foot . . . Pond St. . . . future carpenter . , . Quiet kid . . . eats a lot of cookies . . . Boston . . . good friend . . . falls through ceilings . . . mean temper. 136 Wayne Rhone — Conn al¬ most . . . Malibu Madman . . . soul all the way ... 8 ball . . . white freckles . . . Broken Ribs . . . Keep the Faith . . . 2 F ' s . . . Let ' s go over Marcy ' s house . . . Capt. Cafeteria . . . Memo¬ rial Field . . . Merchant Marines . . . Wellesley Stud. Football. Carol J. Rich - dimples . . . purple . . . WOW! ... Friendly ' s , . . Grand Prix . . . Circle . . . tiger eye . . . " Sugar, Sugar " . . . Bobby ... " I lost my contact! " . . . undecisive . . . pokey eater . . . Sweet Cherry Wine? . . • Shy? . . . U.H. . . . " teach. " Band, Future Scientists Club, Future Teacher ' s Club. Craig E. Richardson — ' 63 Le Mans . . . Stop and Shop . . . Fribbles . . . Bruins . . . Hot Dogs . .. Senior Lounge ... E Period .. . Early much . . . Pay day . . . Quiz? . . . 4th lunch . . . minibike . . . What ' s for lunch . . . floor hockey . . . nice try. Elaine C. Richman " ACE " . . . U.H. . . . Lazy but ambitious, Suzie . . . Boston . . . Grand Lake Lodge ... Tea Party . . . Nantasket . . . Chicago . . . evens . . . animals... B.B.G. . . . " bug-hater " . . . popcorn. Future Scientists Club. Jean L. Richmond — Last summer. . . BS T .. . Iron Butterfly . . . Anyone for bowling? . . . nequeneque . . . Matilda . . . catch it? . . . Flowers Beads . . . Woodstock . . . spots . . . letters from Hawaii ... 13 roses . . . mother car . . . double jointed . . . spaz . .. Oct. 18 . . . Feb. vacations . . . Secret Agent 007 . . . H.P. . . . People. Sassamon, Pep Club. Thomas Roach — Roachie . . . Fence Climber . . . " Safe” Suburbanite . . . P. Tickler . . . Twelfth Day Xmas? ... 4AM roof walk , . . What ' s a Rarie? . . . Nahant nights ... Go north youngman .. . Jill ... Is it Irish? . . . HC . . . California Girl , . . Keep talking I ' m really interested . . . Chicken? . . . Blarney . . . Joke a day. Steve C. Rodis — ' 63 Ford . . . Friendly SS . . . Hey Schulzie ... No sense whipping a dead horse! . . . Hey Ace . . . Hey Neil - Two words? . . . College bound . . . lawyer . .. Mr. O ' Grady . . . where’s the towels? . . . One minute to lunch! . . . Hey Boy, gonna be a marine? . . . Favorite lunch meatloaf . . . Are we seeing a film? Nancy D. Rodman — Nance. .. under my thumb . . . Jan. 11... Florida . . . Carling ' s Night Hurts so Bad . .. " Broad-Rod " . . . New England Dragway . . . Robbies Girl . . . Beth ' s Party . . . Nantasket Inci¬ dent . . . Sunny . . . Mid¬ night phone calls . . . Bug much? . . . Diet??? . . . Wayland home ... a friend is forever . . . One of the girls. Pep Club, Executive Board, Nurses Aid. Future Teachers. Christine L. Rogers — G us . . . Howdy I ... gymnastics . . . Raggedy Andy ... I don ' t get it.. . April 18th . . . last names beginning with D . . . New Years Eve . . . Lellow . . . Bobby . . . Oct. 18th . . . ' 69 ' . . . Track Meets . . . Boys locker room . . . 68 . . . teddy bears . . . Chemistry Zoo . . . Four Bets. Michael C. Rondeau — Roots . . . Q Club . . . surf¬ ing specialist at pearling and wave missing . . . South Shore . . . E period hockey Hymans study game . . .future? 137 Mary Roodkowsky — Conspiracy, National Honor Society, Sas- samon, AFS, French Club, Competitive Speech, i R Club. Kevin K. Rooney — Zooney . . . Hit many poles . . . Hampton Beach . . . Experi¬ ence ... It takes a thief ... Frenchies . . . Wellesley Prom . . . GTO . . . Nice teeth . . . Punt. . . $33 . . . ice house . . . Dover . . . Harry ' s boat . . . Good babysitter . . . Maine ... All nighter in Wellesley . . . Coatings . . . Play offense much Kev. . . The Cape . . . One of the boys. Football, Basketball, Baseball. WHICH BRING WITH THEM ADDED RESPONSIBILITY Steven H. Rose - Rosie , . . The Viceroy . . . Sovereign States . . . Window sills . . . That incense . . . Kites . . . May 12 , . . Daisies . , , That pitchfork . . . Speak easy . . . Six permit tests . . . Friendly ' s . . . Chinese food . , . Stain , , . Canned . . . Saddle shoes . . . Water- bearer . . . Convertibles . . . Shakey legs . . . Antlers . . . What else is new? . . . Helen Keller . .. Washington House . . . Such a headache! Joan S. Rosenthal " Rosie " . . . Apple a day . . . Steve(s) . . . " Aquarius " . . . French fries . . . Circle . . . Fenway Park ... B. I- Miami Beach . . . Pizza . .. Gino ' s ... U. H. . . . Homework lender . . . London . . . " E " period zoo . . . McCrory ' s . . . One ring . . , M. I. T. . . . Aug. 27 . . . " Where ' s my key? " .. . " Miss Joan " . . . Future teacher. Future Teacher ' s Club, American Field Service Club. Thomas B. Rose Emily J. Rosenthal — What conspiracy? . . . Other plains, other val¬ leys, other mountain chains . . . They know where it is, but they don ' t know what it is . , . Wicked Wench of the West . . . Cynical about being cynical . . . Glad I didn ' t have a New Year ' s Eve Party. 138 John M. Ross — Junior Girls . . . Plumber ... 64 Ford . . . Drive in . . . " Where ' s the party? " . . . Always ready for a laugh . . . Broken door handle . . . drives with caution? . . , Always raring to go . . . " Toolie " . . . New Years Eve . . . detentions ... ex¬ cuse for everything . . . " Oh those Needham Girls " . . . Easy Rider. Lisa M. Rowan — Lee . . . artistic ... " I hate to tell ya ' . . . " gathering sacred blossoms? " . . . mickey mouse . . . meatball sub .. . washtub salad . . . Leeroy . . . Pizza buttons . . . hold¬ ing up the staircase . . . Spiffy . . . rabbit patrol . . . Guess What? Safety Patrol, Yearbook Art Staff, A ' Capella, Pep Club. John W. Ruebeck III — Jay . . . Girls . . . Slein . . . 5 ' 7 " . . . Diving . . . Flying ... 115 lb. . .. own busi¬ ness . . . Lobster . . . Base¬ ball . . . Football . . . Pho¬ tography . . .Stay single. Science, Radio, Photog¬ raphy, Meterology. Donald Rushford — Turkey ... 50 Fords . , . South Natick . . . always working . . . loves trucks . . . Alexander Monday . . . Night they didn ' t make it . . . all night parties . . . grease monkey . . . flat heads . . . Camel jockey . . . little roch . . . one of the Boys . , . Gulf man . . . loves Fords . . . safe driver . . . Dover Drugstore. Cynthia J. Russell — Small¬ est . . , Tom . . . good things come in small packages . . . best friend . . . cute . . . nights over Nancy ' s . . . Nantasket . . . Private talks . . . stale doughnuts . . . naive . . . always sleeping . . . one of three . . . thoughtfulness plus ... al¬ ways there when needed . . . apartment with Nancy . . . cherished memories . . . sweet . . . only the best. Richard W. Ryan - Anne . . . Brother Love . . . Soc¬ cer ,. , Scituate . . . So. Natick . . . Lunch . . . Honda . . . I.R. . . . beard , . . trips to Danbury . . . get your license yet? . . . walks . . . Dr. Grimwig . . . only alive in summer . . . seen Scot? ... A P exams . . , halfway between yesterday tomorrow. Soccer, Track, Hockey, I.R. Club, Safety Patrol, Execu tive Board. Joanne Sallinger — Jo . . . Angel . . . dead man’s hit . . . member of the initi¬ ating Beatrice . , . weekend trips . . . the graveyard . . . roller coaster . . . some day my ship will come in . . . Woodstock or bust . . . Rockport . . . Zepplin . . . W. C. Fields . . . pink is for girls . . , piddidles . . . peace in days of future passed. Nathan Sanborn - Nate . . . Sandy . . . seabound? . . . Maine salt air . . . V.P. of M.Y.F, ... ' 61 Falcon with a hot 144 .. . stubborn but friendly . . . strong in will . . , Bog Lake . , , Midway Garage . . . shy . . . says what he wants to . . . Very imaginative , . . small time secret author , , . loves out¬ doors. Pamela Sandrew - Pam . . . " Tell me that you ' ll wait for me " . . . contacts . . . June 4 . . . paper cups . . . C.C.C. misery ... M M ' s . . . Dick . . . perfect pair . . . turtlenecks . . , A.M. Kisses . . . ski-widow . . . tomor¬ row ' s diet . . . apples . . . music box . . . Dec. 1973 ... A friend is for¬ ever. Executive Board, Spanish Club, AFS Club, A ' Capella, Pep Club. Donna Santucci — Fats . . . stang . . . founded. " Us. Four " . .. weird . . . far¬ away friend . . . remember MICKEY . . . music . . . crash diet . . . feelin groovy ... all work and no school ... 68 friend . . . where ' s Andrea and My Flowers? . . . " The times they are a changin and ever so worse by far. " 139 Edward A. Saunders — Ed . . . seen in ' 64 Chevy . . . Avid Fisher¬ man . . . April 19th , . . Corsaville . . . Maine . . . Province Town, Cape Cod . . . New Hampshire Jamboree . . . Crescent Park . . . seen mostly at Orpal ' s . . . Looks for¬ ward to Army career . . . lots of luck Ed. Radio Club. James Saunders IT CAN BE A YEAR OF ENDLESS ROUTINE Steven Saunders — Kings¬ bury Beach . . . 79 . . . Mary . . . Beezle ... Rt. 6 Bears . .. S.B. Fund . . 16th . . . Chesty squad . . . Track . . . West Natick boy . . . piddidles . . . tradition . . . Physics? . . . New Years Eve . . . Rudy ' s cleaners , . . " P.P. " . . . Saturday nights . . , Jug-End . . . frozen foods. Football, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, " N " Club. Anne Scammell — " E period zoo " . . . Bluenose herring choker . . . another person beneath the surface . . . gym . . . South Natick ... 4 p.m. bus . . . Canada . . . softball - did we really win? . . . Must travel on . . . New Orleans . . . Mardi Gras . . . Alaska High¬ way . . . Brazil-Festival . . got to travel on . , . going home. Library, Softball, G.A.A., Computer Club, Art Club, Volleyball. Barbara Jean Sawyer — Rab . , . minha Brasil . . . knitting . . . French with a Portuguese ac¬ cent . . . MYF ... U. Conn. . . . I ' m in love again . . , astronomy . . . who eats lunch? ... Hi funny looking . . . I ' m not sexy . . . silly . . . AFS . . . O Wow . . . Wayland police . . . planetarian forever. Susan Sawyer — Sue , . . " You guys " . . . Tangle- wood ... 231 .. . whitemeats . . . the Cape . . . illegal fires? . . . leaf it alonel . . . love is sitting on a suitcase in the aisle of a bus . . . Cranwell . . , the gang . . . blush much . . . Summer ... MYF . . . retreat ... ' A Time For Us ' , . . Peace — Mr. H. . . . A separate peace. Medical Careers, Pep Club, Glee Club. 140 Michele Schavone — Cheez- it . . . Chinese fire drills . . . hockey games . . . skip much . . . Jug End Wipe¬ out . . . horror shows . . . Nantucket . . . intimate . . . parnelli . . . Morse ' s Pond . . . certain Wellesley boy . . . that ' s right . . . root beer . . . out with the girls . . . S.D.S. 10 . . . Tarrey- town. Executive Board, Nurse ' s Aide, Pep Club. Ruth Ann Scheufele — Rudi . . . E.M.K. . . . July 4th at Laura ' s . . . let ' s see your little Abnerl . . . Methuzala . . . because of the snow . . . the trunk is open . . . Sandy Neck, West Dennis on a Wednesday . . . can we borrow your car? . . . Jordan ' s . . . I’m legal in New York nowl Sassamon, Executive Board, Competitive Speech. Karl W. Schlemmer - Karl with a K . . . 10 . . . Mister P. . . . hardworker , . . serious student . . . loves English ... D period . . . Chem major . . . quiet . . . whiz in math . . . very lib¬ eral . . , S263, Cross Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track. Daniel A. Schrag — Bath house attendant . . . sports¬ men . . . Daniel Boone . .. great friend to all who know him . . . Comet big six . . . fast mover . . . watch out for him . . . personality plus . . . Leadfoot ... al¬ ways laughing . .. always willing to help. Arthur D. Schwartz - Dash . , . Gene McCarthy for President. . . drug store soda jerk . . . history ... car trouble . . . Utopia? ... to American U. Track, Wrestling. Joyce E. Seeley — Sweet with baby face . . . always seen smiling . . . interested in nursing . . . always suc¬ cessful . . . David . . . the hospital . . . have fun . . . nothing to say . . . lots of luck. Medical Careers Club, Home Economics Club. Ann M. Sellew — Annie . . . A period . . . Holy Cross . . . that red V.W. . . . hop¬ scotch ... at 4:00 a.m. . . . Orleans . . . " 54 " . . . skiing . . . swim much? . . , here come de judge! . . . Quaker state . . . locked out . . . the rocking chair . . . Sunday socials . . . true Setonite . . . handker¬ chief . . . Gloria ' s . . . three stooges . . . N. H. . . . one in a million. Tennis Team, Future Teachers. Robert P. Shapalis — Poopy . . . V.W. ' s much . . . 95-breakdown lane? . . . Wellfleet , . . last summer . . . " 66 SS 283 Chevy . . . seized engine . , . red ants . . . cards till 6:30 a.m. . . . Lake Quabog . . . Janis Jop¬ lin .. . John’s ' 64 . . . trips to Conn. . . . the beach . . . 20 foot waves . . . accidents much . . . college bound . . . good luck. Bonnie L. Shapiro — Bon . , . teddy bear . . . three ' s a crowd I . . . what eyes? . . . about that prom . . . " Hurt so bad " ... all nighter? . , . loves blue eyes . . . only friendsl . . . little person grown up . . . 2 out of 3‘s not bad . . . flirt! ... a friend is forever. Cheerleader, Pep Club, Executive Board. Jacquelyn Shaw 141 Wendy Shaw — great driver . . . “Oh those awful lectures " . . . Mrs. Harts Class . . . plans to work in a hospital . . . nurse . . . " Urn " . . . loves Mr. Hahn’s class . . . loves English . . . has secret senior ad¬ mirer . . . those great lunches . . . chocolate anyone? . . . sugarless gum anyone? Glee Club. Gregory Shea - Jim Jr. . . . Male service . . . Turkey . . . hurdles . . . accident prone . . . devil dog . . . cider . . . 86 . . . Glen baby . . . Tukas . . . West Natick boys . . . anybody got a car? . . . look at those . . . Ski Trip . . . grossouts . . . lunch sprint timer . . . Sam, I could ' ve said something. Football, Track. OR ONE FILLED WITH THE EXCITEMENT OF DISCOVERY Barbara M. Sheridan — Barnie . . . taxi ... hat . .. many loves . . . married? . . . climbing trees . . . mld- nite mass . . . coffee-3 sugars . . . it ' s programmed . . . rodden . . . dream ... I don ' t get it . . . prefers blondes . . . excuses. . . Where ' s Donna? . . , Igor ' s . . . castles ... 1 night... 4 cops. Jeffrey Sias — Jeff . . . Chip . . . Monk ... 65 Chev . . . green machine . . . Special girl from Hopkinton . . . Nance . . . Demolay . . . white flower , . , Wellesley . . . Falmouth . . . Cape . . . Chief . . . cat . . . hill . . . Let ' s get out of here. Theodore Shifrin — " Twerp " . . . B period Calculus class of the Social Studies Depart¬ ment . . . The Subiunc- tive and Charles De- Gaulle . . . " Janle " ??!l . . . " It ' s very simple, reallyl , . . No, you ' re wrong! . . . Abraham Lincoln and Karl Marx . . . Easy does it! . . . What stop sign? Honor Society, French Club, Sophomore Ad¬ visory Program. Ellen Shumrak — E.J. . . . Ricky . . , boy- y-y . . . peanuts . . . orange drink without bubbles . . . ticklish . . . I don ' t care ... 10 past . . . Nantasket ... Of course I ' m goingl . . . Sixteen?! . . . accident prone . . . Ethelroode . . . Daddy ' s drugstore (si . . . B.B.G_The ConCord . . . M.C.P. . . . Northeastern . . . still undecided. Medical Careers Club, Library Aide. 142 Joan Sigaiove — Joanie . . . “Soldier Boy " . . . What ' s up? . . . Horror shows . . . Jose! . . , Sophomore year .. . situation ... Oh say! . . . Feb. 2 . . . Chas Eugie ... R ufus . . . Chinese Fire Drills . . . Beth ' s party . . . Nurse . . . A friend is forever. Pep Club, Executive Board, Nurses Aid, Guidance Li¬ brary, Yearbook Commit¬ tee, Prom Committee. Kathleen A. Sims — Kathy . . . always seen in Way- land . . . Those Summer drives in ' 69 . . . three years with Mr. Ghilani . . . Where did you get your license? . . . Hockey 16 ... 6 ft. 5 inches . . . Who is it this time??? . . . Nurse . . . Any town but Natick . . . light¬ ning strikes . . . Peace. Frank Sinclair — Chipper . . . certain spot at Memo¬ rial Field . . . the allies . . . the wife . . . Patty . . . prob¬ ably 5 years . . , duke the wonder dog . . . Winstons . . . great personality . . . tittle wolf . . . found thecar refreshner ... a practical nut . . . motorcycle ride to California . . . the dreamer . . . good tuck. Tania Skrinnikov — The mad Russian in Cossack shirts . . . Repertory . . . New York . . . U Mass. . . . those soccer games . . . Charlie Brown ' s Christmas ... I don ' t understand this math . . . going to Toronto again . . . hockey fan. National Honor Society, Library Aide, AFS. Donna Slamin — Crash , . . two wheels . . . parking meters . . . can I have the car? . . . Demo . . . Co-op . , . shy . . . McDonalds . . . snowmobile ride , , . Lan¬ caster . . . The camp . . . Cape Cod . , . skinny . . . R. E. A. L. L. Y. . . . that laugh . . . horseback riding . . , a certain senior boy . . . one of the girls . . . Where ' s my contact . . , future Honeywell. John Slamin — New Hamp¬ shire vacations . . . skiing L.M.H. . . . absent much . . . hates homework . . . future Bryant and Stratton . . . certain Junior . . . likes art . , . Doesn ' t say very much . . . nice person to know . . . good luck in the future. Arthur G. Smith — trips to Dorchester ... E period zoo . , . Westborough speedway . . , Thursday nights . . . sore toel . . . the long ride . . . Wally . , . Hammurabi . . . Friday the 13th ... A P . . . Fair¬ way . . . Goodbye. Betty Jean Smith — B. J. . . . June 27 . . . New Hampshire summers . . . New Year ' s Eve . . . other member of the crash couple . . . got the gears down now . . . certain se¬ nior boy . . . River ' s ... In control! . . . November 22 . , . seen with Gail . . . got Richie ' s car , . . 6, ' 7 forever! Pep Club. Christopher Smith — Chris . . . one of the boys . . . Mister mechanic . . . Karen . . . North wing , . . offset cigarette . . . West Street Racer . . . trade cars? . . . stigs . . . fords . . . Smitty . . . garage walls . . . Any other Girl ever? . . . Bugs Bunny . . . Blush . . . Bag¬ gies . . . big brother . . . salted coffee anyone? . . . outside 265 . . . first goobie. Joyce Smith — ' 63 Falcon . , . green bomber . . . " Whatadogl " ... ski week¬ ends . . , summer of ' 69 . . . college bound . . . " Hey mont! " . . . New Years Eve . . . skip school much? , . . 5 5 . . . trips to Maine . . . personality plus . . . cute kid . , . one of the six . . . Christmas Eve... Touraines . . . " Bun-Bun” - - • clogs . . . Drive-In . . . Hassle plus . . . Good luck. Field Hockey, G.A.A., Pep Club. 143 Cynthia P. Snow — Ho Ho Ho . . . Stretch . . . Ho Jo ' s . . . what ' s for lunch ... A period study . . . summer of 68 ... raisins... Chevies . . . " my brakes don ' t work " . . . get seri¬ ous . . . parties every weekend . . . slap much . . . personality plus . . . Pegs ... is Squeak a- round, he knows my car . . . Florida bound. Jane A. Souza — CHARLIE... 159 Don ' t knock it . . . jokes . . . late, if comes . . . with Carol . . . Sum¬ mer 69 . . . Chinese Food anyone? . . . Fri. nites Drive-In . . . Poor Cat! . . . those eyes! . . . Sat. Nites Where is he? . . . New Years Eve . . . Charlie October! ANEW FALL OF SNOW BRINGS A SHOW OF CLASS SPIRIT Nancy E. Spekman — cer¬ tain nicknames . . . Did I tell ya? . . . love them ba¬ bies! . . . sugar . . . the four¬ some . . . those Sunday rides . . . Folt, . . turkey nite ... Oh say! . . . Cocoa . . . never forgets.. , Stop it . . . Midnite confessions . . . teacher . . . always a smile. Pep Club, Executive Board, Yearbook Sub. Comm. Nancy D. Springer - Agree¬ able things . . . Dance . . . 263 ' s star pupil . . . Rip . . . Any mail . . . Wayward Saints . . . Miss Nancy . . . Free spirit ... In dire need . . . Michigan. National Honor Society, Drama Club, A.F.S., Li brary Aide. Susan Spencer — Sue . . , Spence . . . School, never heard of it . . . absentl never? . . , The capo . . . girls room . . . 7th period home . .. Piccolo ' s . . . freckles . . . twinkles . . . ma¬ roon corvair . . . Opal ' s . . . Deli . . . Personality plus . . . Good Luck. Rodney Splnazola — Rod . . . Spini . . . 76 . . . 59 Fords don ' t go . . . towed in, towed out . . . slap a little cement . . . Little White Lies!II . . . Brick Layers Union . , . Conn. . . . Likes to eat out . . . Brother ' s G.T.O. . . . get dressed, why? ... 2 hr. shower . . . Ail nighter ' s at Heads . . . seen with Jeff, Wayne, Han ' s and Ian. Football. 144 John K. Spurling — Loved. Gary St. Martin — R.B. . . . 83 . . . Old Mr. Boston . . . Red barn . . . Brilliant cap¬ tain . . . Theater critic . . . Mayflower . . . Columbus Ave. . . . Old 77 , , . Nauset 68 ' . . . Always up for It . . . All niters . ■. . Brown bound. Football, Basketball, Base¬ ball. Marcia J. Stacy — Marci . . . Peanuts and Pickles ... 8 period English . . .Sears . . . Hey Stacel . . . That ' s not fair! . . . Cape vacations . . . Tonsilitis . . . Yellow roses . . . Can ya get the car? . . . 2 week-old letters . . . Big blue eyes ... 17 cats . . . Sincere. Pep Club, GAA, FTA, Safe¬ ty Patrol. Irene J. Stanhope — Fight¬ ing again . . . You ' re late . . . Who is he? . . . Modern problems . . . Where ' s your car? . . . Natick Labs . . . Take the absent list. . . Toothpick , . . Brown eyes . . . You ' ll get over it! . . . " Italy " . . . What ' s he look like? . . . Future Nurse . . . Whoops! . . . Don ' t look I A Capelta, Oliver. Doron Sterling — Duck Sauce ... 3 big Macs to go . . . Dish n Dat . . . Capri¬ corn . . . AZA . . . Ware¬ house Crew . . . Monskey . . . Kennedy Gym . . . Millis house . . . Party , . . 708 . . . Bruins . . . Fair¬ way . . . 283 ... I question your sanity ... I hope I didn ' t rush you . . . Poker . . . Gord . . . F Period. Soccer. Susan I, Stolberg — Susie . .. six minutes older . . . always a smile . . . David . . . Room 2 . . . Pre-Dates . . . Airport . . . Echo Bridge . . . " Our Day Will Come " . . . August 25th . . . M M ' s . . . diets ... ex¬ cape ... A Friend is For¬ ever. Executive Board, Student Council, Honor Society, Safety Patrol. Clifford W. Strickland - Quit , . . doesn ' t say much . . . tries to stay out of trouble . . . never pays shop fees . . . never gets lost on a trip , . . funny jokes. BUY R yeRRSOOK Christine Sullivan — Chris . . . The Almost Blond Hair . . . Filenes . . . Where ' s Rockland? ... L. T. D. . . . Hi Mall . . . Beth ' s Party . . . Good Driver . . . Suit . . . Spanish Whiz . . . Five Guidance Counselors . . . Perfect Record . . . Never forget Bermuda . . . One of the Girls... Beautiful Clothes . . . Future Nurse. Pep Club, Medical Careers Club, Nurses Aid. Dennis P. Sullivan — Denny . . . Baseball Cap¬ tain . . . Little Star Ath¬ lete . . . Sully . . . " Only one blonde for me " . . . The Gambler . . . Rah- Rah Curry . . . Keep those trophy ' s Cornin ' . . . 9 . . . 3 year letter- man . . . The wife. Football, Basketball, Baseball, President of " N " Club. Maureen Sullivan — Tootie . . . How ya get that name? . . . She bit the dust. .. Greta ' s Eyes go first. . . She doesn ' t like punch . , , Bar and Grill . . . Don ' t get me wet , . , Night to remem¬ ber . . . B.V. Girl . . . Jumps out of boats . . . Brass Rail . . . Yell at me . .. Times have changed . . . They know. AND CREATIVITY IS NEEDED TO ATTRACT EYES THAT HAVE TOO MANY POSTERS Stephanie Talis — Sadi Hawkins ' 68 . . . Whoppee wagon . . . Nursing home . . . Green . . . Guitar named Molly . . . Oblates ... I love you but you ' re so stupid. Executive Board, Field Hockey, Basketball, A Cappella, Glee Club, Girls ' Gymnastics, Honor Soci¬ ety, Competitive Speech, G.A.A. Marilyn Tabor — King of Hearts . . . Weston Res¬ ervoir , , . Moratorium . . . Nov. 1 . . . love . . . Here Comes the Sun . . . wake up , . . almost doesn ' t count . . . poverty is. . . Purple . . . Watson ' s , . . bad crash . . . hide the stuff Boston . . . Bob Lee ' s . . . Mickey Mouse . . . Take me home last. David Sulzen — Suds . . . The hut . . . Waiting for Senior Week . . . Likes Eggsalad . . . Loves Cheesey Salads . . . Seen with R. B. . . . Gross Much ... A Night At Duce ' s . . . Give Me A Break . . . Are Ya Done . . . The Cape . . . Well- fleet ... E Period Study . . . Clean Car? . . . The Best Deserves Only The Best. Baseball. Wrestling, N Club. Karen J. Talvy — Flower Power . . . Spiders . . . Sum¬ mers . .. Chocolate Chip Cookies , . . Gino ' s daugh¬ ter .. . Buzzards Bay Edu¬ cation ... He has the fresh¬ est feet in town . . . Wanna go to Hyannis? . . . One big happy family . . . Birthday parties . . . Super Cook . . . " Y " .. . Big Brother ' s Friends. Mary Thompson — Mare . . . cute . . . Nursing Homes? . . . often seen in South Natick ... it could only happen to me... a certain someone . . . No¬ vember 18 . . . front hall girls room . . . Are you kidding? . . . bakesales . . . Christmas Parties . . . I ' ll never finish . . . future nurse. Pep Club, Medical Careers Club, Clinic Aide, Merit Honor. Steven Tiberio — Benito . . . future Architect . . . Spring- field State Fair . . . Prez . . . Mopil! . . . December 1st . . . Those Dirty Fascist Pigs . . . BBC. Yick .. . Feet ' s brother . . . Nuts! . . . ' 64 Buick? ... 40 second shocker . . . moc¬ casins . . . Big Spender . . . New Years Eve. Art Club. Biology Club. Photo Club. Wrestling Team. Safety Patrol. David Tierman — Dooly . . . likes to fall out of speeding cars ... on his head ... 64 Chevelle ... 65 GTO . . . Tool . . . New England Drag way ... Five seconds . . . Sears Automotive . . . Seen in Wellesley . . . Nan- tasket Beach . . . Surfs up York Beach . . . Goes to school occasionally . . . the tank . . . there goes another transmission . . . future mechanic. Thomas A. Tilton III — T. . . . driving ace . . . White Mountains . . . French . . . Blitz tortes . . . maple syrup and dishes . . . lucky knees? . . . journalism . . . brown and yellow. Track, Soccer, Safety Pa trol, I.R. Club. Bonita J. Tolson — Mid¬ night parties . . . Wor¬ cester . . . Black is Beauti¬ ful .. . Chop Chop Chis . . . Marc . . . Shrimp . . . good things come in small pack¬ ages . . . Beautiful clothes . . . Afro ' s Together ... Ah Beep Beep Ungowa Black Power . . . Metco . . . later . . . those eyes. Daniel Tonelli — Dan . . . Luigi . . . Nice one . . . Coatings . . . The Chugger . . . Want to skip . . . New York? . . . Basic day trips to Boston . . . loves cartons . . . Official Tipper of Tins . . . Who ' s buying the re¬ freshments . . . Duxbury . . . Chasing ducks on the lake . . . good condition right? . . . never skips a class . . . Bryant and Strat¬ ton . . . Break a door. Christine Towne - Tina . . . buckwheat . .. paints bridges . . . who joined the army?... U.A. . . . Xaverian . . . one of the girls . . . 1 20 69 . . . partial to bald heads . . . Navy . . . The boy next door . . . two weeks at Jeans . . . Fero¬ cious Falcon . . . models? . . . Flirt much??? Always having fun . . . H.P. . . . Forever. Steven J. Tozier — Marcel . . . Miss 8uss ' s favorite . . . GTO ' s don ' t go . . . where ' s boyo? . . , wanna run it? . . . Doesn ' t believe in de¬ tentions . . . Route 9 Speed Trap . . . Friendly chats with Mr. Sticklor. Anthony M. Travaglini — Tony62 . . . T . . . panda littlest lineman . . . Primate Research Center . . South Street . . . Mafia . . . Vette ... I wish I had a gun ... all nighters . . . Cape trips . . . wheres Putt . . . always up for any¬ thing . . . Trips to Marl¬ borough. Football- Miriam Trentini — Here ' s to A period Study! . . . Blue eyes . . . Fancy pants and boots. , . me an ac¬ cent? . . . got a dime? . . . any food? - . . coco¬ nuts and palm trees , . . she is back from Brazil I . . . RED VW . . . What homework? . . . Adeus. Field Hockey, Basket¬ ball, Softball. James Tucceri — Brillo ... H A MPTON BEACH . . . Experience . . . Drop Many Rear Ends. . . The Travel Lodge . . . Ice House . . . Mornings Before Foot¬ ball Games . . . Maine .. . GTO’s Forever, Hal . . . College Bound Much . . . Memorial Field . . . Super Tool ... 56 Fords . . . Week¬ ends Down the Cape . . . Girl Watcher . . . One of ' he Boys. AS SENIORS WE DEVELOP NEW RELATIONSHIPS WITH OUR TEACHERS Joseph W. Valentine — Buddy . . . KV ' s little brother ... 59 Desoto . . often seen in rod Ford trips to Conn. . . . false arrest . . . Mel ' s Citgo . . . partial to totaling VW ' s . . Cathy . . . One of the D, D. Boys ... " I couldn ' t tell you " . . . " let me take it apart " . . . who needs a Job. Wendie Ann Vincent - Zoooy . . . October 1, 1967 . . . Fenway Park Re¬ treat , . . Weekend excur¬ sions . . . " Harry, it ' s the girl with the one head lightl " . . . " Guess Who " come to my register? , . . detective at large . . . Hawaii... 5-0 look alike , . . Pennant Grill . , , Nervous Knee ... Ed . .. sunny . . . yellow M M ' s. Future Teachers, Pep Club, Sassamon. Kathleen A. Valentine - K. V. ... If at first you don ' t succeed ... F. W. . . . nice hair . . . MANY loves . . . Pun- kin . . . Flirt much? . . . Someone Special . . . Conn..,. really changed . . . F. T. A. . . . last year ' s senior parties . . . many a horror show . . . sleeps in cars . . . Junior Blue Eyes . . . Finally made it! Eric D. Vanderbie - My Mother What? . . . Who ' s Monkey ... No Traction! ... No it ' s hairy and ugly . . . You Ape . . . No You . . . Val . . . Not Nice Right Ohhhl ... My Heart . . . Travelin Man . . . One Saint Bernard . . . Visits AM the Colo¬ nies . . . International Pastime. 148 Linda L. ViTagliano — One of 3 . . . sincere . . . pants vests . . . cop hunting . Heartbroken . . . L.D. W. . . . secretly destructive " Now, Really " . . . dungarees . . . Donna ' s Tempest . . . Mr. Murphy ' s office? ... I lost my ap¬ petite . . . crunchy peanut butter with Lis . . . Who ' s got the car? ... Tell me s ome jokes. Carol A. Wallace — Bubble gum ... He sleeps on Satur¬ day nights . . . ants . . . married, " merried " . . . He ' s a flirt... D period English . . . who has car troubles? . . . Steve . . . pearls . . . teacher . . . " I ' m an aunt again " . . . Crans¬ ton . . . 495 . . . Trips to Duxbury . . . Baked Stuffed Lobster. John T. Walsh — " Light¬ ning " . . . Rivers ... 63 Pontiac . . . Watermans . . . what ' s it like to stay back? ... E Period Hockey , . . 326 . . . Cohen ' s . . . Fuzz . , . Northeastern Bound? . . . fired again? . . . Mary ' s brother ... 4 Robl . . . ter¬ minated. Margaret P. Walsh — Peggy . . . Steak Eggs . . . ex¬ cuse . . . Party girl . . . trips to Boston ... B S here I come . . . Charlies girl . . . the old mill . . . Chinese food . . . My friend Elaine . . . Ray Charles . . . Annie Fannie... Graduation 69 . . . Ears . . . Delivery at Duralectria . . . Always. Alan E. Walter - Wally . . . Good Kid . . . witty sense of humor . . . Hates Home work . . . Loves Baseball , . . Fenway Hangout. . . Very impartial to Blondes . . . Brunettes . . . Red¬ heads . . . Loved Algebra Class . . . Judy and Deb . . . What sideburns! , . . Cor- vairs go faster . . . Com¬ puter Engineering Career planned . . . Best of Luck. Audio Lab Aid, Baseball, Radio Club. Sue Ann Watson - Silly . . . " I got a letter " . . , acertain army man ... 3-11... Florence . . . quiet??? . . . Michigan . . . this is an En¬ glish Class? . , . Winter St. . . . sutkin the sticks . . . nervous . . . Peggy, Juana , . . California . . . Wow! . . . A hassle . . . nurse ' s train¬ ing . . . skip gym, me? . . , July ' 70 . . . Dennis. Jane Weber — Webb . . . always smiling . . . flirt. . . seen in Wellesly . . . turtle soup ... " A Docker " . . . The horrible hungries ... A real neat chick .. . good looks . . . Boys and more boys . . . trip during Feb. Vacation ... A summer place ... In luv . . . High on Life . . . Parties . . . Dig that Freak . . . Peace! Nancy B. Weller — Wellie ... A good Friend . . . Garnet . . . Walks to Welles¬ ley and Sudbury . . . June 10, 1974, 7 p.m. . . . Lolli¬ pops . . . Dover . . . Flaggs . . . beautiful brown eyes . . . french fries . . . long talks at midnight ... J. B, . . . stones . . . Nancy- poo . . . college bound . , . Lots of Luck. Philip J. Wells - Phil . . . child work . . . Life of all parties . . . Dream on . . . only a juice drinker . . . U. Mass . . . Pool table . . . Marlboro Man . . . Mod Squad . . . Miss Connolly ' s English Class . . . Natick Mall . . . 420 Hemi Huh Mac . . . good driver . . . probable success . . . Good luck Phil. Judith Ann Whalen — Judy . . . Mr. Magoo . . . Coffee Slave . . . Yellow Nova . . . Fram ... Keg , . . Orange 8i Yellow... Rt. 135... What T.P.? . . . Personality Plus . . . Row 13 . . . tell me . . . quite the thirst . . . ya right . . . Cape . . . Blue Eyes . , . Scabuch . . . Abby Road . . . Hopeless-Hope- chest . . . Llfe-Long- friend . . . N.E.E.C... . Good Luck. 149 Mark Dannis Whelan — Hoggie . . . Mert . . . Flying tackles . . . Skippy . . Future Hippy . . . Surf bum . . . Oh, my beads! . . . New York . . . Milton ... All nighters. . . Plum Is¬ land . . . Chesty Club . . . W.P. D_Block¬ head . . . puns . . . partial to midgets . . . New Years Eve . . . Q Club . . . Pond Road. Arthur S. Williamson — Arty . . . Scotty ... 69 S. S. . . . Hey have you heard this joke? ... to California and back in a week . . . Enjoys hair¬ cuts ... Do you think she ' d go out with me? . . . Apples, Apples, and more apples . . . often seen at Memorial Field . . . " But it was worth itl " . . . plans to breath air after school. YET THERE IS AN EVER PRESENT FEELING OF WAITING Gail C. Winters — Sleezy 2 . . . one of four... Wallace ' s . . . Blush much . . . Hampton , . , Babysit¬ ter ' s . . . You ' re all right!!I . . . Pauls house , . . Linda . . . Freedom . . . coffee salt . . . weekend warrior . . . outside 265 . . . K J . . . Little Devil . . . Rita- 1 . . . What tailor???.. . 5:00 a.m. . . . sincere . . . always a friend. Glee Club, Pep Club, Execu¬ tive Board, Library Aide. Nancy Wolfson - Nan , . . Nannie Oaklie .. , spurs . . , the bopper . . . partial to Syracuse freshmen ... " I don ' t have the car " . .. birthday present. . . absent much . . . always falling . . . summers in Maine , . . tight seat belt . . . pretty hair . . . badminton champ. Pep Club, Drama Club, Gym Club, Executive Board. Philip H. Witczak - Phil... Woodie . . . Chuck . . . East Natick .. . West Natick . . . certain parties... A McDonald’s slave . . . mopar ... 65 Dodge Dart ... a steady smoker . . . Nauset . . . L.I.N.Y. Conn. " I know " ... A secret love . . . New Years Eve ... 10 hours to go . . . good kid . . . good luck. Jane L. Witten — Gary ' s sister . . . seen running down the hall . . . Gymnastic star . . . What ' cha wanna do tonite . .. I ' ll listen . . . Simba . . . Summer nights ... I was gonna call you . . . " God only knows " . . . The Mead¬ ows ... Snoopy . .. Home. St udent Council, Exec. Board, Pep Club, Safety Patrol, Honor Society, Gym Club. 150 Thomas Woods - Woodsy . . . Quiet . . . Parties at worms . . - sleep much . . . Wayland . . . Summers at Duxbury . . . Wellesley game . . . Natick labs . . . Often seen at Picollos . . . What homework . . . Mc¬ Donalds . . . Navy bound in Fall. Intramural Basketball. Charles Woodward — Woody . . . Deb ... 10:00 P.M. Ferry? . . . Hurdles . . . 51 . . . 6 1 1 69 . . . Chesty Squad . . . Track Captain . . . Martha ' s Vine¬ yard . . . Coast Guard Beach . . . Neetega Meet¬ ings . . . Flirt . . . Hey Baby! . . . 20 20 vision? . . . Thumb much ... 32 ... St. Bernard . . . McDonalds .. . piggy . . . always hungry . . . early for class? Football, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, N Club. David Wormly — Where ' s the party? ... 60 Falcon . . . Lake Cochituate . . . Rubbing Alcohol . Fri day nights at Sue ' s . . . Who ' s got Granny? . . . Where are the cigars? . . . Visit Picollo ' s much? . . . Greater Bostonians . . . Actor much . . . Make it big someday he hopes. Public Speaking. Harvey, Talent Show, Oliver, Life 69. Jeffrey A. Wright Patricia L. Wright — Lip . . . one of the mincemeat girls ... ad 36 . . . dungarees . . . " Hey you guys " . . . spastic , . . Loehmann ' s . . . Government Center last summer . . . B and S bound . . . " Linda don ' t skip " . . . Atlantic City . . . Friendly ' s . . . split ends . . . A certain someone ... A bum ski trip . . . Never late? . . . Looking forward to graduation. Robert Spencer Wright — Spence ... 61 Special . . . parking brake . . . Mr. Bumble ... no band again? . . . better Pfankucnen . . . " I Love you Uncle Al " . . . Music Box . . . " freaky " . . . C period study . .. " Harvey " party. Senior Executive Board, Yearbook Art Staff, A Capella, German Club. Ellen Yanofsky - Faith, mighty faith the promise sees, . . . And looks to that alone: Laughs at impossi¬ bilities, And cries it shall be done. Barry Stuart Yarckin — Putz ... fell off the track? . . . the night we got those signs . . . put up two fingers . . . date with telephone operators . , . Mindy. Cross Country, Indoor Spring Track, National Honor Society, Meteor¬ ology, Drama, Language Lab Tech. Alan A. Yelsey - " It ' s really a wonder that I haven ' t dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. I can feel the suffering of millions yet I believe a love of life will prevail. " President, Science Biology Club, Sassamon Features Staff, National Honor Soci¬ ety. Deborah L. Young — Fran- nie . . . C fe . . . Oct . 1, 1967 . . . Fenway Park re¬ treat . . . Support Chiquita Bananas . . . avid hockey fan . , . weekend excur¬ sions , . . detective at large . . . curtains drapes . . . skating forever . . . Cape Cod Summers . . . boy from Brockton . . . Maple Park. Executive Board, National Honor Society. 151 Diane E. Young — capt. Dee . . . situation . . . bebe . . . about the prom . . . all nighters? . . . fribbles . . . February vacations . . . Sunshine ... 2 out of 3 ' s not bad . . . chauffeur . . . Baby love . . . groovey groovey groovey . . . skinny people are nice ... A friend is forever. Student Council, Executive Board, Safety Patrol. Cheer¬ leader. Karen A. Young — " Trouble " ... personality plus . . . Robbie . . . June 26 . . . summer to remem¬ ber . . . loves Chinese jokes . . . South Street Antics , . . somebody has to break the rules . .. trips to Lincoln . . . Girlsroom . . . Hyannis . . . July 4th weekend , . . lives for weekends . . . pain¬ killer . . . Peace. Sharon R. Young - Sherri coweyes . . . forget him . . . aqua . . . gymnastic star??? . . . those summer nights. . . " where ' s my pocketbook " .. . what doorknob? . . . wishbone of happiness . . . tall one at the end . . . can ' t find the time. Medical Careers, Pep Club, Safety Patrol, Cheerleader, Gym Club. WE ARE WAITING FOR THE FUTURE Michael Cetrone — Great guy . . . easy to get along with . . . always ready to help a friend . . . jinxed T Bird . . . excellent mechan¬ ic . . . nice looking . . . blonde girl friend ... al¬ ways cracking jokes . . . ready for a laugh . . . Mickey Mouse . . . out of place . . . apologies. Yearbook Staff. Nancy Zarrow — " The great hope of society is individual character. " 152 THAT LIES OUTSIDE OF THESE HALLS Seniors without pictures: Denise Teresa Augustini Karen Beard David Gregory D. Cox Kenneth M. Curley Michael J. DiPaelulo Daniel Richard Dosick Robert Duffy Judith I. Epstein John J. Lucas Jean Michelle Martin Wayne A. Morris David O ' Fria William C. O ' Ne il Marc J. Ratner Ruthann Jean Scandale 53 Cast: Kneeling: Carolyn Price, Debbie Brown, Alesa Frazee, Wendy Lebowitz, Linda Fine, Pam Armour. Standing: Sonny Kaiser, Marc Ratner, Mark Foley, Jeff Davidoff, David Wormley, T. Fekete, Steve Bornstein. 4 Mo - A+hefrtic Gal-e ' Belneveao enni5 S’ul Sv»e " Bt er «0 - Soon -TALXltl a.oc cort.no ief wofcMct-V ' E «s 4 ' dressed j Uavr Hxjtlec " knew assqA y® E ® I 1 fl - v 1 1 1 ] B1 ■ kj ' . jfa . 4 fl v ’ i f M J H 1 iiT, f ’ ||. k a v «■■ ’.rf 1 _ J PIZZA PARTY T !: P 1 lJpy ' i j 1 tKUF «b r rijUP -M Tty Mr H . i . i 4 D mP MM| ■ ■ £. ,,, •’♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « jv % %;« a a t ' .T . :1 k- 1 • » PICNIC RE Wh • — 7 .•■.”?■ - ( ■ ■». . ' . V s t - ' • “f Q0 , ?a?g ' M j [: ' !;■ I :- m ! m i • 4 M lgj 1 p% M iffr g f jtt3i Tl W J | " “ yf 3r%| {. • 3L A1 f 1 I j 1 Jpg I f M .3 ;_, | | j, J jlgff Br i ' . i ft I. ' ' I ; ; te%- ' ■■•• ' , . U hi $ 1| .11 T® j Imp ? - v ■ [| C£: ffl ,, T- ££ 111 PROM 70 A TIME FOR US The Junior Prom Senior Reception was held at the King Phillip Ballroom in Wrentham on Friday Evening, June 5th. Gail Beliveau was chosen Queen of the prom. Diane Young and Paula Fitzgerald were crowned her prin¬ cesses. 163 v r I ' • ' r 1 1 [tim i r - n ,.!£-.■ j AwK yH u H JJHV HM xf » ] CLASS HISTORY In an era when a Supreme Court Justice advocates forms of rebellion, when a President in his Inaugural Address professes that he will bring a torn country together, when in five seconds four caring, unknowing students fall to the ground in martyrdom we have chosen as the theme for the Class History - " Conflict. " In an era when Jerry Rubin screams " Do It! " and Vice President Agnew calls those doing it " effete, intellectual snobs " we have chosen as the theme for the 1970 Class Day exercises — " Three years of Conflict: A Changing Natick High. " Once we were small. The class of 1970 consisted of us barechested boys and girls running and playing together on swings and slides, slurping dripping popsicles and crying when we had to go to bed because the big kids were still outside and having fun and acting like big kids should. Then one morning we woke up to find that we were those big kids. We drove the fast cars and stayed out late at parties and smoked and drank and loved. We grew up very quickly and now, only in our graduation do we fully realize the true speed of our very short childhood. On entering High School every incoming sophomore found the occasion not only exciting but nauseating as well. The newest fashions were exhibited on opening day and one could tell (if he looked carefully) the very subtle change one makes between Junior and Senior High. We self-consciously stood in the courtyard groping for our names on those little white mimeographed sheets and laughed as the guy you never could stand whacked you in the back and cheerfully announced, " I ' m in your homeroom again. " Obviously, delight radiated throughout the body. We moved slowly toward our homeroom, not desirous of showing our lowly social and intellectual position. Our sickness had not yet disappeared. We pricked out our future with little needles and then went to the cafeteria for our first bout with Natick High Food. Nausea persisted. Tackling our official Student Council Natick High Hand books we discovered a universal truth: " There are three major wings; A, B, and S. A is on the left; B is in the middle; S is on the right. Any room above fifty is on the upper : level, any room below fifty is on the lower level. " And our confusion disappeared momentarily. ' Hours turned into days and the Sophomore Executive Board was soon created: Bob Raider, Beth Anastos (who has since left us), Alice Hayes, and Sue Stolberg were elected to lead us through the Wonderbread years. Culture was the password for the intellectual curiosity in our sophomore year as we received a smattering of all subjects; there was no limit to our academic pursuits. Many were oblivious to the political machines forming in the country, others were enraged. Many were pleased with our sports victories, others apathetic. Many hurried to assemblies, others were reluctant to go. The class had not yet become one and if there were a single conflict which deemed to be an impossible barrier to overcome, unification of the townies and the hippies was certainly one of the more blatant. The year came to a close with wild political slogans, lewd nude posters (which were later removed) and fiery campaign speeches which interested and even excited some of the potential voters. The class was heartbroken to learn that it was unable to procure political knowledge first hand with the use of the voting machines, but in the end Bob Raider, Bill Finn, Dave Fields and Sheryl Landsman emerged from the battle a bit scarred but nonetheless victoriously. The sophomores, as a class, sponsored their first official function infamously entitled " Double- Exposure. " Due to that enormous failure we lost more than S100.00. It was with resolute plans for unity, action and financial stability that we began planning for the oncoming winds of the Junior Year proud, pleased, and poor. We arrived for the start of our Junior Year to blase to bother about the location of our home room and too confident to check the combination on our lockers. But this was going to be our big year - the year we were to learn the history of the United States and the location of Greenfield. We digested all this knowledge and more and one day those of us who had digested more than most were inducted into the National Honor Society in a ceremony held for the first time in the evening. With the help of our Honor Society Officers, Nikki Lemaire, Joe Downey, and Madeline Joe, the class of 1970 had helped to break tradition! This was a foreshadowing of things to come. The Junior Class was a class that dared to be different. The Student Council held its dance in the inner courtyard that year and for the first time students were allowed to come clad in casual attire. The times were certainly changing. Then came the big day when we were to pick up our class rings at Pendleton ' s. We opened up our little brown envelopes and found a surprise inside. Gone were the big black stones and the gold seal. In their place was a sparkling blue facetted stone. Traditionalists demanded a recount of the ballots. Radicals celebrated their victory. The cleavage in our class was becoming more evident daily. But this was a voting year (as was every year at Natick High) and despite our problems the class had come together to choose the officers of the long awaited senior year. Again we had been promised the use of the voting machines, but when we arrived at the polls, our hearts were crushed to learn that our pencils would have to suffice. Out of our disappointment leaders were born: Dave Fields, Tom Williams, Diane Kopelman and Sheryl Landsman. It is with deep gratitude that we acknowledge them and our class advisors Mrs. Egleston and Mr. Edward Culhane. We had no means neglected our social graces during our Revolutionary Era. In fact. Prom ' 69 was the height of the social season and represented a rather challenging challenge to the decorations committee for the class had very discreetly chosen Crimson and Clover as 166 their overly romantic theme.,It was fun and we danced on through the summer months . . . Senior slump hit us quickly as we returned in September although the epidemic was usually said to strike immediately after Christmas Vacation. We merely drifted into our homerooms that first day without discussing the position of our lockers or the condition of the fo od. All looked to the future; the present seemed out of place. At that time we were living in our dreams and the Senior Year for which we had patiently been waiting was merely consuming time. Pascal Kindler, the AFS student from Switzerland, joined us in our final year and although he remained neutral in the typical Swiss Tradition, he leaned a little toward our side and we, a bit towards his. To Pascal we sincerely wish that one day one person like himself will offer the same worldliness, knowledge and friendship to his friends and family that has been ours all year. Posing for pictures was one of the more tormenting processes we faced as Seniors. The results were elegant and indeed quite startling. The collection of class dues was another problem simply solved by the Class of 70. In a last desperate attempt to secure a jolly frolic for Senior Week, those of us too frugal or too poor to pay our dues were threatened with a S2.00 penalty fee. We paid! As Seniors we had received and lost and earned our own Senior Lounge equipped with a Coke, Orange, Root Beer machine, a juke box, and the original, uncut Hari Krishna Chant. For this we are indeed thankful. Many attempts were made at breaking the tedium of the schoolday but none was more successful than the infamous bomb scare. Although no once could deny the sobriety of such an occasion, the students bravely adopted a festive air while a search for the demonous bomb continued inside. Just as the fun was beginning to manifest itself with all, the school was declared relatively safe and the normal day schedule resumed. In the true American tradition, we secretly admired the culprit; not to be undone, a toilet paper phantom attacked Natick High the following month and added a festive holiday mood to the lush green courtyard. Our compliments are due to these superb exterior decorators. Senior skip day had to be repeated several times this year in order that a majority of students could reap the benefits. In the end, all were satisfied. One must remember that the Class of 1970 is not, as many would have wished, a group of conformists delighting in the same hobbies and interest but rather many individuals with individual feelings, ideas, and talents. Yvette Poirier and Emily Rosenthal were the first | members of our class to be published authors. Tom Fekete made weekly appearances on Channel 2. The first member of the class to step out into the business world alone, Scotty Williamson owns his own private trucking and gardening service. Bill Finn almost made his professional debut in the sunken " 2 if by Sea? " . Richard Fletcher, besides being a member of the All American Orchestra in his Junior Year, was the first Natick High Student to forfeit his Senior Year for the freedom of the University Gate Beliveau and Tina Towne have pursued their modeling careers to the.professional level. Bob Adams and Debbie Brown were members of the All-State Chorus while James Powers, Rich Fletcher, and Peter Hirtle were instrumentalists in the All-State selections. Barbara Levin is to represent the Massachusetts Speech League in Kansas City at the Forensic League Nationals on June 15. Chosen from many applicants, David Wormley made Natick proud as a member of the televised Greater Bostonians. Girls ' State was fortunate enough to feel the presence of Nikki Lemaire; Boys ' State was honored with our own qualified quartet of Bob Raider, Mark Dennett, Jay Bennett, and David Fields. Sara Pfahl was the first woman to infiltrate the previously all-male ranks of the shop room as Nancy Myers and Sally Rees demanded that this female equality be granted. One can only repeat the words of our friendly villain Steve Bloom in his moment of sanctification when he smilingly uttered, " It ' s been real. " Sassamon was the original school newspaper and by tradition the only newspaper at N.H.S. It had always demanded the students ' attention merely because there were no other diversions. And then one day, in a flash of creativity. SASSAMINI, a Sassamon mini creation, was born. The two papers were considered adequate supplements when, in a fit of civil mindedness, the Student Council newspaper 275 appeared at the ticket booth. The title left much to the imagination of the individual student yet as the year came to a close, well hidden secret was finally revealed: Room 275 was the meeting place of the Student Council under the direction of Bob Raider, Bill Finn, Mark Dennett, Diane Young, and the rather elusive Miss Leavitt. And so it was. Each paper had its own loyal following and conflict persisted. (We have intentionally neglected the underground newspaper, TANNIS, for in the minds of many this journal hasn ' t a place among scholarly literature and in the minds of others, it has never existed. To be an athlete means more than to be the possessor of a rippling torso. Intelligence and agility are equally important. The boys who assembled in the locker room of Natick High to venture out for sports scored high on all three counts. And so it was with great confidence that we frugged out onto the football field, tripped onto the track, bopped onto the baseball diamond, and tippy-toed to the tee off. Perhaps it should be noted that there are students at our high school who do not consider the accomplishments of our sportsmen important, but to those boys who worked hard for a successful season their records are indeed important and for this reason they have been included in the history of the class of 1970. The football team found leadership in that most valuable lineman Gary Dziama. Dennis Sullivan was honored with the William Hannigan Trophy in both his Junior and Senior Year and was deemed The Most Valuable Football Player of 1970. Last but not least we must mention the boys of F Troop who, although they spent more time on the bench than they did on the field, contributed to that 167 fantastic team spirit which is so typically Natick ' s. The crosscountry team traversed the course behind their captain Joe Downey. They had a great record of eight and one and finished sixth in the Division One State Meet. Bob Hamilton was chosen The Most Valuable Player. Sportsman-like attitudes were prevalent on the basketball court this year with Buck Geier and Gary St. Martin in the lead as the team dribbled out onto the court. The team finished the season with a thirteen and five record, qualifying them for the Tech Tourney, Jason MacGregor was elected Most Valuable Player, scored the greatest number of points, and played on the All-Star Team. The Guiding Lights of the hockey team were Seniors Bob Hamilton and co-captains Dan Horton and Jim Mori is. The Most Valuable Player on the team was without a doubt forward Jim Morris who, along with Dan Horton, played on the All-Star Team. The Wrestling Team did the red and blue proud on the mats with Mark Dennett as captain, an excellent player who had earned the title of Most Valuable Wrestler in his Junior year. The team finished in a respectable sixth position at the State Meet. Gymnastics is a sport which really caught on at Natick High and showed a considerable improvement under the leadership of Brian Hassig and Dave DeMeo. A consistent performance on the parallel bars earned Stephen Carey the position of MVP on the gymnastic team. The Indoor Track Team finished third in the league and fifth in the State Meet. Charlie Woodward, captain of the team, finished second in the state out of thirty-six competing on the hurdles. Scott Kannel finished second in the shotput competition. Jim Linsky, a most valuable asset to his team in first singles position, and Neal Pomeroy were the co-captains of the Tennis Team, a team which ended the spring season with an admirable eleven and seven record putting them in fourth place in the Bay State League. Joe Downey, Steve Hill, Mike Kendig and Rick " Not-So " Fine rounded out the Seniors ' contribution to the team. After all the batting averages had been calculated and all the homeruns hit, the Natick High Baseball Team faired well under the leadership of Dennis Sullivan, said to be the best third baseman in the league. He was also chosen the Sportsman of the Year. The Track Boys showed up again in the spring, this time for outdoor track with their captains Mark Whelan and Scott Kannel. Charlie Woodward is the State Class " A " Champ in the hurdles. Scott finished third in the state in the shotput earning him the Most Valuable Field Event performer. Mark Whelan finished third in the broad jump and was awarded the MVP Trophy. Barry Yarkin attained fourth place in the 440. For his hard work in the 100 yard dash Arthur Schwarz was chosen the Most Improved Runner. Soccer was a varsity sport for the first time this year. Tommy Williams and Buck Geier did a great job captaining that sport which is most popular the world over. The Golf Team saw a good season on the greens. The Fassik twins were the team stars, with Carter chosen as Most Valuable Golfer of 1969; and John, the team captain, deemed the Most Valuable Golfer of 1970. The two are representing Natick at the State Schoolboy Golf Tournament. The boys cannot honestly accept all the credit for their success. Diane Young and her Senior cheerleaders Sherry Young, Diane Kopelman, Bonnie Shapiro and Nancy Ambler led the fans in loud, rhythmic cheers meant to spur the Redmen on to victory. To these girls and to those ambitious, hard-working boys we offer our thanks for many hard-fought battles. As an actor strides onto the stage, he can immediately sense the inevitable struggle of those neurotic and hypersensitive souls who graced the stage before him. This year many had the opportunity to become neurotic and hypersensitive as theatrical activity was at its peak. One, two, three, four productions are now in evidence. In November John Wayne and James Stewart invaded the public address system to herald the advent of the sophisticated rabbit, Harvey. Marc Ratner and Alesa Frazee headed a star-studded cast of Linda Fine, Carolyn Price, Jeffrey Davidoff, Tom Fekete, Debbie Brown, Steve Bornstein, Mark Foley, Pam Armour, Wendy Lebowitz, David Wormley and Sonny Kaiser as Harvey. Harry Garnett demonstrated his versatility as set designer and director in this recently revised broadway farce by Mary Chase. Exit the King, a prominent piece in the theatre of the absurd, was produced in the auditorium foyer on December 28 and 29. The first modern drama to be executed at the high school, Exit the King told of one man ' s death in relation to his failing kingdom. Under the direction of Gerald Dyer, the cast (Barbara Levin as Marquerite, Emily Rosenthal as Juliette, Robert Adams as the doctor and William Finn as King Beringer I) relived the nightmarish fantasies of Eugene Ionesco on his own death and his own nothingness. The Tony and Academy Award winning musical, Oliver, occupied the stage for two exciting productions on April 10 and 11. The team of Garnett-Bachini-Hahn collaborated for the first time in four years with such talented players as Steve Bornstein, Marc Ratner, Mark Foley, Spence Wright, Debbie Brown, and Richard Luttrell. Each performer, in his own inimitable style, contributed to the success of this ambitious project. The result was a highly polished, highly praised production which emphasized the importance and necessity of the all-school musical. 70 Now with its theme of love and non-conformity acted as the finale of Natick High ' s busy theatrical season. Switching from past to present with seeming ease, 70 Now showcased the talents of seventy Natick High students in a quick-paced, thoughtful revue directed by Gerald Dyer. The cast offers special thanks to the Temptations without whom it never would have been the same. With mist adrift, the final number formulated a possible course for mankind ' s difficult road ahead: " If we only have love we can reach those in pain, we can heal all our wounds, we can use our own names. Then with nothing at all but 168 the little we are, we ' ll have conquered all time, all space, the sun, and the stars. " There is never-ending conflict in the world of science and the scientists at Natick High are part of this noble search. Gail Belliveau has made great strides in her research on the Naughty Birth Control Pill and was awarded second prize at the State Science Fair held at MIT. Mike Alexander, another distinguished scientist, earned first place at MIT for his work on " Regrowth and Regeneration of Hydra. " Technically our drawers proved themselves quite adequate this year asOleg Klimowitz won the top state award in industrial arts for his design of an experimental automobile. Steve Tiberio, Glenn Lever and Clifford Strickland were among others in the state cited for their fine work in this precise area. Judy Hayton received an honorable mention in the globe scholastic art competition for her work in watercolors. The citizens of the town of champions have always been proud of the fact that Natick is a drinking town by tradition. But gradually they were forced to admit that muffled words such as grass and acid were being bantered about the halls of the high school. The muffled voices multiplied and swelled and one day we realized that Natick, like many other suburban towns in America, had not escaped the drug problem. In our Junior year a panic-stricken administration turned on the television in search of answers. A basic knowledge of drug usage was provided but the program proved unable to suggest a course of action and so we turned to PROJECT TURNABOUT: " The Drug Problem isn ' t really a Drug Problem at all but a People Problem. " And suddenly everybody cared and everyone wanted to become involved. Out of this hope and love and fear grew " Dial Help, " a people helping people project which enables all to talk about their hang ups and people will get high on people instead of on drugs. There has been conflict within the halls of Natick High School, a conflict of attitudes and ideas. The fact that we can now wear our groovy bell-bottoms and somewhat hip boots, that our dungarees are no longer considered dung and that minis are still watched although no longer apprehended is proof that Natick High, in a momentous step, abolished that dress code which was later decreed unlawful. Two school days were subordinated to current problems. Ecology Day, April 15, was the first progressive program instituted by our school. With citizens smoking and sputtering, and littering and coughing, students at NHS felt the urgency of our atmospheric situation and worked to find a sensible solution. With the killings at Kent State and our recent move into Cambodia many felt the necessity to hold a Teach-In at Natick High. For those who attended this southeast Asian seminar on May 28 it was perhaps the most intellectually stimulating event of our three year career. Although token classes persisted in their studies, radicals and conservatives, sugar cane cutters and economists assembled to debate the current and future status of American Foreign Policy. Although the day was hot and bronzy the courtyard remained relatively clear of sunbathers; the entire day was a salute to the Natick student and a forewarning of exciting educational trends. In our three years at Natick High, conflict has not escaped our day-to-da y personalities. We met competition on the football field and in the classroom, in our voting procedures and on the stage; the competition for the better mark and the MVP Award was as much a part of our lives as eating and drinking. Perhaps, as each Senior receives his diploma he will think of a fleeting paradise called Woodstock and dream, if only for the moment, of a better world. The History of The Class of 1970 was the result of past conflicts; perhaps our future history can be the result of peace. Kathie Manthorne William Finn NATICK WOMAN’S CLUB William Finn Robart Jennings Jan Drown D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP CERTIFICATE Paula Fitzgerald QUOTA CLUB OF NATICK Jan Drown ROTARY CLUB OF NATICK Ellen Fitzgerald Thomai Fekete (Science) SONS OF ITALY SCHOLARSHIP Dennis Sullivan EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF NATICK Marsha Greenberg Robert Jennings Deborah Brown Marilyn Oxman BROTHERHOOD OF TEMPLE ISRAEL Robert Raider KIWANIS CLUB OF NATICK Lawrence Hunter Theodora Shifrin (Math) MARQUE RITE L. RAFFERTY SCHOLARSHIP Diane Dunn NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Thomas Fekete WHEATON COLLEGE CLUB Pamela Huling BAUSCH LOMB SCIENCE MEDAL Michael Alexander THE CLASS OF 1957 HENRY GOFF MEMORIAL TROPHY Sheryl Landesman HARVARD PRIZE BOOK Paul Dennett EMBLEM CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS Sue Ann Watson CLASS DAY AWARDS Jen Drown JUNE 4. 1970 THE E. P. CLARKE POST NO. 107 AMERICAN LEGION. INC. Gail Malloy Thomas Roach THE E. P. CLARKE POST NO. 107 AMERICAN LEGION. INC. Marsha Greenberg NATICK LODGE OF ELKS NO. 1424 Diane Kopelman THE LIONS CLUB OF NATICK SCHOLARSHIP Jane Witten EVENING DIVISION OF THE NATICK WOMAN ' S CLUB Pamela Morey Ruthann Scheufele CARDOZO LODGE NO. 102. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Marilyn Oxman NATICK SCHOOL LUNCH ASSOCIATION Debra Nellis MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB OF NATICK SCHOLARSHIP Elizabeth O ' Neil THE PEP CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Denise Chiacchia STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP Mark Dennett Diane Kopelman Sheryl Landesman Jane Witten GIRL ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP Gale Belliveau NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP Monique Lemaire FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Carolyn Price BEST ALL ROUND ATHLETE AWARD Charles Woodward " N ' ' CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Charles Woodward 169 CLASS WILL We, the class of 1970, being ot somewhat sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath our last Will and Testament We leave a lot less noise to the I MX We leave the iwnior class another empty white envelope. We leave our lies to the office We leave Mr. McGrath one push button telephone. - Wo leave Mr. Collins a watchdog for the math wing. Wo, the senior girls, leave the matron our see rets and our coats. We ihu senior girls leave the junior girls 13 pounds of instant nee and 1? drip dry wedding gowns We, the senior girls, leave the junior girls the broom and dustpan behind the door. We, the cheerleaders. loavo the football team peacefully the hockey team fondly; and the basketball team a hundred bottles of beer on the well. Wo, the senior cheerleaders, leave the Junior cheerleaders 10 bottles of non streak leg make up, a case of red lipstick, and a ripped down sign from Wellesley ' »locker room .: V .r%- ' •: • i, 4 , ■i Rt njP S liP ' I. Oave l-.old laave aerate of bufferin for next year ’s senior class president. i We, Mark Christopher Foley, f aul Brogoli. Steve Qornstoin, and a few other sordid seniors, leave the following academy award nominations To Mr Jamos Murphy for h s true portrayal on Walt Disney ' s Royer. The lush Setter To the staff of the cofotoria m " Trua Grit " . To Mr Qechmi and Mr Hahn in The Boy m the Band " To Mr Crow ond Miss Wrenn in ' The Birds " , To Mr. Thtbeaui t in " Easy Rider " To the entire history department in " Oh What a Lovely War! " And lo Mr Stick lor and Mr. Roson in " Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. " I, Tina Towne, leave Gary Towne in hopes that ho can carry on the good name. We, James Tucceri, Duncan Campbell, and Richard Donohue, leave an escape route map through Natick to any underclassmen who tiro being chased by 2 cruisers and 1 truant officer during D, E, F and G periods I, Mike Chorvinoky, leave my sound effects to Mr. Collins. I, Domse Chiocchia, leave Mr. Hahn a year ' , supply of hermits for his doily ride home Wo, Patti and Billy, icovo our artistic talent on one of vho many layors of paint on the ice house Wo, Pot Furnlo and Nancy Boyd, loavo Mrs Paris! one bottle of tranquiluors, one pile of oraser shavings and u peaceful corner. Wo. Jimmy Morris, Michele Schavone. and Joan Sigalove leave Gary Towne a box of Checrits. We, Dave, Jimmy, Tom, Brian, Vfnnio, Nancy, Carol, Sue, Joni, Mary, Michole and a former Natickito leave our fabulous Wwl.le iey Chinese Fhe Drills to anyone who wabTs them. We, the senior members of the Varsity Basketball teem leave to Cooch Christie, Sammy DeRosa, John Nattarolli, Rick Bernardi and only one basketball. The " Two of Us " in Mrs. Robertson ' s E Period modern problems class leave hor the Groat Mandolin and.the thought that happiness is getting high on love I. Vmrue Arorta leave my lockor room orations to Mr Carey We the senior members of the cast of Oi v«r. leave to Jon DiSavmo 5 yellow and green noserags We, Bonnie and Charlie loavo the back of Mrs WouH’s Chemistry class as brands. We, Pat Kincare and Steve GobJbQig leave " our " door m th e lower 600 ' s to any two Safety Potrollers willing to uphold it. We, Debbie, Sue, Nancy, Joan and C ci leave one emoty space in the dirt parking lot. We, the senior members Of the band leave Mr. Hahn a recording of " put the uniforms back in the bag " I, OflV.d Cox, leave rny brother Barry my low grades, many absences, and a few merits in hopes that he will do better We, Richard. Diane, Mary, and Wendy leave Mr. Rooney our Vocabulary Notebook and the knowledge that organised crime does exist at Natick High. We. Gail and Wendy, leave Mr Culhane in peace knowing that we wore h.s biggest modern problems. We, Patti, Susan, Sandi, Carolyn, and Donna, leave . . . well aware of what college life is really like. We, Mr. Murphy ' s fc Period English class leave him Marc Foley in PUNishment for this year We, JD and DJ leave two juniors reluctantly I, Boh Raider, leave my three ring circus to next years ringmaster. We, the seniors of D period study, leave the juniors the hill and one book of matches. We. Barry. Jimmy- and Bob, lea re to Mr. Bransfield a pillow for his chair while Ted Shifrin teaches, and a thought for the day I, Doug Montgomery, leave the art of weather forecasting for a ramy day We, Mr. Murphy ' s E period class, leave Sk ip Padover locked in the closet. We, Barbara, Jane, and Beth, leave our Friday night to any three junior girls who can manage to carry on the tradition. We. Mr, Culhane ' s E period Asian Studies class, leave him one soggy yen and one gold key. We. the seniors from A period study, leave our " talks ' ' to Jeff Strong and any other juniors capable of participation. We, Alice Hayes and Michele Savone. leave our dismissals and truancies to any qualified junior girls. I, Sue Buerlen, leave Diene McLaughlin on© lesson on how to drive without giving your father a nervous breakdown, and my car, if it lasts that long. . K, V., leave with the knowledge that no one will replace me. We. Cici and Sue, leave next year ' s majorettes with the hope that maybe they will have some practices We, Mr. Murphy ' s D period English class, leave him one unused can of class control. I, Elame, leave Mr. Maher one new tablet of posses which were removed on Ecology Day. We, Mrs. Hart ' s F period family living class, leave her with the hope that maybe next year ' a class will finish all her unfinished work. We. the senior of Mr Bransfield ' D period math dess, leave him a year ' s supply o white economo 202 du tie» chain I, Dick Luttrell. leave Mr. Garnett my empty Seagram s bottle from Oliver, four play report forms ready to use. and many sincere thanks for boinq n great human being at a time when one was needed We, the survivors of E period study, leave the ticket booth to next year ' s sen-or study fugitives. I. Nancy Hodman, leave my nickname Brod Rod, Boradrnan. and Roddy, to my «i»ter Margie In hope that she can Mva up to th m. We. Mr, Fill ados ' D period A+P class, leave him one recording of " let ' s play school”, a lifetime supply of medical reports, 40 slightly pithod frogs, and the thought that we are taking Boobie with us. We. Miss Talbot ' seniors. leave hor Excednn headache 202 (there is no cure! I, Pat Fumia, leave mv big mouth to ne t year pep club with the fond hope that they ' ll outyeli Framingham South We, Nancy, Sheryl, Girmy, Sherri, and Denise, say goodbye to our table in third ' lunch. We, Mr Rooney ' s E period oo. leave him 30 unlocked cage or next year ' s animals. Wa. Bonnie and Diene. leave to the junior girl our " baby lovas " . I. Rod Spma oie, ‘«ave one 69 Ford to anyone who want it Wo, the Mincomoat girls, leave any deserving junior girls our distinguished nickname. I. Tom Roach, leave Mr. Culhane 130 pencils. I. Barry Yarckin, leave to Mr. Brarisfiold 1 bottlo of brino and a picklo barrel; to Mr. Leavitt, 1 year ' s supply of Bon Gay and a blond toupe. Wo, Doth, Rita, Nancy, Gall, and Katie, loovo to Linda Haywood the name " Rug " to carry on in memory of Mama Leone. I, Sue Watson, leave Susan Fenner rny plaid sneakers to woar every Friday of hor senior yoar I, Beth O ' Neil, leave my lunchbox to my sister Mown with hopes that if she brings a lunch every day, sho may gam a couple of pounds. Wo, Mr. Overlook ' s B period Math class, loovo the aforementioned with a bowl of whole numbers to concur with that famous sinninaouate " Life is not a bowl of whole number , " Bill Finn looves Mr. Sticklor two pairs of colorod socks in which cose the latter must choose only one and explain his reasons for doing so. I, Donna Barber, leave A period with Mr, Crow to anyone who ' s lucky enough to find someone like George. We, Dob, Mike, Pharf, Carol, Sue, and De, leave all the alligator lines. Wo, Judy, Janice, and Gail, leave our lunch table to Joo, to carry on in our memory. Wo, Mr Filledo ' s A P students leave him one pair of shiny new roller skates I, Kathloon Cunniff. leave to Mr. Gaudette one French composition . . . unwritten. We. Mr. Harrington’s senior English classes leave him the problem of the population explosion Wo. the mombors of the IR Club leave to Mr. Culhane one copy of " How to load a demonstration on the State House without knowing it. " i, Kevin Rooney leave Natick ono telephone pole. We. Charlie Woodward and Debby Keorney leave . . together. We, Denise and Glnny leave Mr. H ' s afternoons . . in peace. I, Commissioner Jue leave to Commissioner Dennett the Social Studies wing with hopes that he will remember to sweep it every morning by 8 15. I also hereby leave him in charge of the airlines we established down there on Ecology Day - hopefully tho Commissioner upstairs in the language wing will bo as good 6 control pilot as Stevo Imparato was even though Mr. Hull didn’t always appreciate it. I. Jeon Richmond leave a certain junior girl a certain hockey player in peace. We. the senior class officers leave Mr. Culhane looking for David. I, Janice Heath leave to Chris Houghton a pon that ho doesn ' t hove to borrow. We, Dick Luttrol! and Debbie Brown leave throe used coffins and a lot of ugly makeup to anyone daring to undertake such grave parts next year. In the memory of Chemistry days, we Suo and Vinnie, leave Mr. Colombo all his lectures on everything except Chemistry. We. the senior members of the baseball team leave Mr. Carroll one bottle of Excodnn. I, Debbie Brown leave Mr. Bachini with the thought that sopranos are seldom wrong. We, Paula Kimball. Margaret Hagemeister. and Gerard Leblanc leave Mr. Hahn a year ' s supply of green lollipops and peanut brittle We, John Bennett and Billy Christie leave our autographed pictures of the Natick coaching Staff to Sob Whelan. I, Diane Kopelman leave 100 new PA speakers, 50 no deposit no return Cotillion tickers, 25 days left to pay your due and one " locket, locket ” We. Tony Mauriello and Howie Honigbaum leave to Mr. Plause and any other hockey fan of the junior class tickets to next years Bruins Playoffs. We. The Class of 1970, leave life and all the fun that goes with it to the junior class, in hopes that they might one day find it. We. The Class of 1970, leave to the department heads a«l our old textbooks, eh our unbe «vable excuses and the soothing thought that there will never be another class like this one We. The Class Of 1970, leave our advisors. Mrs. Egleston and Mr. Culhane with our problems solved and with Our sincere thanks ' And we, Tho Class Of 1970, leave Natick High School with the rhythm of life. Signed. Patricia Kmcare Barbara Levin £ •3 vtWw- at «m 4 4. a ■ ■ or THE END... OF THE BEGINNING 173 GRADUATION WELCOME On behalf of the Natick High School Graduating Class of 1970 it gives me great pleasure to welcome all of you to share in our happiness on this Graduation Day, which marks the end of a most important scholastic venture. Upon graduating today I hope that every member of this class will be aware that we owe to our country the opportunity which enabled us to come here and the preparation it has given us for, I hope, a full and happy life. If we want our children and grandchildren to have the same privilege, we must repay that debt not by destruction but by being earnest, honest citizens devoted to preserving and improving this nation. And so it is with this idea in mind and a deep sense of gratitude that I wish all of the 560 members of this class, now Natick High School Alumni, the very best of luck for a rewarding, productive, and happy life. 174 Given courage to evolve, To make the choice, " to solve, " Not run, Undone, 176


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