Nauset Regional High School - Nauset Tides Yearbook (North Eastham, MA)

 - Class of 1961

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SECOND ROW: Hilda Rego, Nancy Cole, Sandra Dunsford, Margaret Tulloch, Glorianne Perreault, Camilla Besse, Priscilla Turner, Jeanne Whiting, Linda Gregory, Susan Eldridge, Mary Reed, Barbara Fickett. BOTTOM ROW: John Stewart, Gay Henry, John McPhee, Amy Hooper, Leonard Pierce, Sally Rogers, Moniz Rose, Cynthia Ryone, Richard Sparrow. Table °f Contents . ADMINISTRATION FACULTY . SERVICES . CLASSES . ORGANIZATIONS . LITERARY . SPORTS . ACTIVITIES . ADVERTISERS _ 1S3»- - 1 1 ilf 1 ' jr £ j: ; 1 | . [ MMIfi |j 1 ; |f| - v •- jBHHHHft ' iffictt ,rv ' i IIHR ' r ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Superintendent of Schools SYDNEY G. PIERCE Orleans, Mass. March 12, 1961 Class of 1961 Nauset Regional High School Orleans, Mass. Dear Students: The prospect of your yearbook is a pleasant one. In this volume is recorded much of the life of our school. Perhaps in no other way is bo much of our spirit and personality captured and preserved. For years to come one may return to these pages and relive some of the events noted, renew the friendships re¬ called, review perspectives, and then turn forward again. The yearbook is also of interest because it is a record VS cooperative effort. It is an undertaking that requires much time and energy, and it both demands and reflects the talents and devotion of our students. «Mnn I I m 4! leaSe J have this opportunity to express appreci¬ ation to those who have worked hard in this activity and to ex¬ tend best wishes to the Class of 1961. 7 t0 ® X Yours very truly, Sidney . Pierce Superintendent of Schools School Committee Left to right: Mrs. Francis L. VanBuskirk, Mrs. Leonard Pierce, Winthrop A. Griffin, Sydney G. Pierce, Isabelle Brackett, Richard Vandermay, Daniel Chis¬ holm, Theodore Hicks. Principal ARMAND A. GUARINO Vice Principal STANLEY E. SMITH PHYLLIS S. BAKER Simmons College, B.S. Librarian, English JUDITH L. BORDEN R. I. School of Design, B.F.A. Art S. STEWART BROOKS Princeton University, A.B., M.A., Ph. D. History, Latin MONCRIEFF M. COCHRAN, JR. Boston University, B.S., Uni¬ versity of Colorado, M.Ed. Guidance RICHARD W. COCHRAN Tufts University, B.S. Mathematics BERNARD C. ELIZABETH F. COLLINS EDWARD A. DICKINSON COLLINS, JR. Home Economics Boston University, B.S. Fitchburg State Teachers ' History College, B.S. Mechanical Drawing, Auto Mechanics, Shop JOHN P. DONAHUE Dartmouth College, A.B. Physical Education, Science THOMAS R. DOWNIE Knox College, A.B. French BRADLEY FISK, JR. Swarthmore College, A. B., C lark U niversity, M. A. Social Studies DOROTHY M. FULCHER Bridgewater State Teachers’ College, B.S. Social Studies ROSLYN GARFIELD New York University, B.S., Columbia University, M.A. Physical Education, Science DAVID A. GATES Stonehill College, B.S., Bridgewater State Teachers ' College, M.Ed. Natural Science CHARLES T. HARRELL University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. English, History ELISABETH HOOKER Smith College, A.B., M.A. English FRANK B. JAMES N. E. Conservatory of Music, B.M. Instrumental Music MARY LEARY Boston University, B.S., M.C.S. English, Shorthand LEO P. MILLER Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, B.S. Special Class BETTY D. MURPHY Tufts University, A.B. French PAUL NOSSITER EDWARD F. O’BRIEN JOHN F. O’HARA Carle ton College, A.B., Boston C ollege, B. S., Mathematics, Shop Harvard University, M.A. Boston Teachers ' College, Vocal Music M.Ed. Natural Sciences, Driver Education HERBERT F. PETTENGILL University of Maine, B.S. Mathematics, Science NEIL PIRNIE University of Delaware, B. A. English, History, Mathe¬ matics CAROLYN M. RICHARDSON Boston University, B.S. Secretarial Courses TERRILL SCHUKRAFT University of North Caro¬ lina, A.B., Boston Univer¬ sity, M.A. English GRAHAM J. TILLY Adelaide Teachers’ Col¬ lege, Dip. Sec. Ed., Uni¬ versity of Adelaide, B.Sc. Mathematics SER VICES fl Library Staff Left to right, STANDING: Jeanne Conlin, Sally Woodworth, Eleanor Pearson, Melody Lorraine, Edith Gregson, Darleen Doherty, Hilda Rego, Mrs. Baker. SEATED: Linda Gregory, Susan Eldridge, Dorothy Delaney, Lucia Cole, Lee Thimas, Judy Belanger, and Margaret Tulloch. Office Staff Left to right: Patricia Smith, Mrs. Gray, Ann Knowles, Nancy Lee, Margaret Tulloch, Hilda Rego, Sally Rogers, Joyce Nickerson, and Cynthia Ryone. Custodial Staff Left to right, STANDING: Raymond Westergard Irving Bronsdon Eddy Nichols SEATED: Sammy Smith William Holt Kitchen Staff Left to right: Pearl Hopkins, Anna Henry, Berthana Richardson Bertha Meads, CLASSES Seniors WAYNE ANDERSON ’’Andy " " What do you mean?? Activities: Junior Prom 3; Variety Show. Hobbies: Cars, horses, girls. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SEATED, left to right: Richard Steven¬ son, president; Amy Hooper, vice- president; Glorianne Perreault, secre¬ tary, and Susan Rock, treasurer. EILEEN CLAIRE BERRIO " Snookie " " That ' s the way it goes. " Marriage Activities: Art Hobbies: Collecting souvenirs. Navy RICHARD BESSOM " Bess " " Are you kidding me or what? " Hobbies: Cars, girls, parties. CAMILLA LAWTON BESSE " Cam " " That ' ll be the day. " Foreign Secretary Activities: Play Competition 1; Photography Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Junior Prom 3; Dramatics Club 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Senior Prom 4; Basketball 4. Hobbies: Traveling, bowling, sewing, tennis, com¬ plaining. Undecided BRIAN BLAKELEY " Blakes " " Don ' t over-exert yourself. " Coast Guard Hobbies: Cars WAYNE CHARLES PATRICK CARRON ”Baron " " Hi Ya! Sweetness. " Air Force Pilot Activities: Soccer 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Play Competi¬ tion 1,2; Dramatics Club Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Variety Show 1. Hobbies: Girls, dancing, water skiing, golf, guns, sports. College STEPHEN BURLING " Steve " " Turn around. " Hobbies: Girls, guns, and weekends. AGNES HELENA CAREY " Aggie " " Well, you know. " Secretary Activities: Chorus 1; J. V. Cheering 1, 2. Hobbies: Dancing, parties, collecting records. BARBARA CHASE " Barbie " " To each his own. " Teacher Activities: Play Competition 2; Class Treasurer 2; Student Council 3,4; Corresponding Sec’y 3, President 4; Honor Society 1,2, 3,4; Sec ' y-Treas. 3; Softball 1; Field Hockey 1,2, Co-Capt. 3,4; Basketball 1,2, Co- Capt. 3,4; Band 1, 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Pres. 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3; News Reporter for Standard Times 3, 4; New England Music Festival 2, 3; Language Award 2. Hobbies: Music, sports, peace, fire dep ' t. LU I HER L.HANDLER CROWELL " Chan " " Don’t sweat the small stuff; " Collegi Activities: Class Officer 2; Soccer 4; Basketball 2; Chorus 1, 2; Track 3; Art 1, 2; Music Theory 2. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, dancing, cars, parties. NANCY LORRAINE COLE " Nan” " Rots o’ ruck.” Director of Christian Education Activities: Prize Speaking 1; Variety Show 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Junior Prom 3; Sen¬ ior Prom 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Photography Club 3; Art 1, 2, 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 3, 4; Basketball 4; Dramatics 4. Hobbies: Sports, music, traveling, MYF. ■HR 4 DAVID A. DAISY " Skipp " " Mettez dehors ou sortez. " College Activities: Play Competition 3; Junior Prom 3; Stu¬ dent Council 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1,2; Soccer 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2,3,4. Hobbies: Cars, sports, girls, beach parties. STEPHEN DAVID DANIELS " Dave " " Vyisder someny mor orzizazziz dander orzie. " College Activities: Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,3; Soccer 3,4; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3,4. Hobbies: Cars, skin diving, wild parties, sports, voca¬ lizing in the school bus. DONALD WALTER DELANEY " Donnie " " Doing less than average keeps the average down. " Automotive Engineering Activities: Basketball Manager 1; Soccer 3, Co-Capt. 4; Junior Prom 3; Play Competition 1,2,3; Dramatics Club Play 4. Hobbies: Working, cars, hunting, girls. BARBARA EMILY DUNSFORD " Dunsie " " I don ' t get it. " Phys. Ed. Activities: Softball 1,2; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Hockey 1,3,4; Variety Show 3,4; Glee Club 1,4; Assistant Sports Writer 3; Yearbook 4. Hobbies: Hockey, basketball, weight-lifting, eating, water skiing. SANDRA LEE DUNSFORD " Sandy " " I say! " Marine Biology Activities: Sophomore Play Competition 2; Honor Society 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 2; Glee Club 3; Dramatics Play 4. Hobbies: Sewing, mythology. SUSAN VICTORIA ELDRIDGE " Dridgie " " Anybody got a piece of gum? " Teaching Activities: Junior Prom 3; F. T. A. 3,4; Honor Society 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3, 4; Field Hockey 1; Glee Club 2; Chorus 1; Librarian 4; Senior Prom 4; Variety Show 4. Hobbies: Sports, horses and riding, bowling, being lazy. ARTHUR EDWARD FANCY, JR. " Art " " Don ' t give me any of that stuff! " To Succeed Activities: President 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2; Soccer 1,2,3; Variety Show 1,2; Play Competition 1, 2; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Cars, sports, water skiing, dancing. MEREDITH TAYLOR FANCY " Merry” " Oh, Nol " Secretary Activities: Treasurer 1; Play Competition 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Chorus 1, 2; Variety Show 1 , 2 . Hobbies: Bowling, dancing, sports, water skiing. BARBARA JEAN FICKETT " Barbie " " Crumb " Beautician Activities: Play Competition 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 3; Glee Club 1,2; J. V. Cheerleader 2; Va¬ riety Show 1. Hobbies: Stamp collecting, coin collecting, sewing, pen pal. m LIONEL GILL " Butch " " That Umpire’s Crazy! " Something Interesting Activities: Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Soccer 4. Hobbies: Baseball, basketball, cars, Sharon Stevenson, LINDA IRENE GREGORY " Linda " " Sticky Wicked " Secretary Activities: J. V. Cheerleader 2; Softball 3,4; Chorus 1; Librarian 4; Field Hockey 1; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Variety Show 4. Hobbies: Dancing, parties, bowling. EDITH ANN GREGSON " Edie " " Well, Really! " Teacher Activities: F.T.A. 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Art 3,4; Librarian 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; Yearbook Staff. Hobbies: Bowling, piano, painting, Rainbow Girls. FAITH GABRIELLE HENRY " Gay " " Don’t take life so seriously you ' ll never get through it alive anyway!! " College Activities: Play Competition 1; Class Secretary 2; Honor Society 1,2, 3,4; Yearbook 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball 4; F. T. A. 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Cho¬ rus 1, 2,3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2,4; Variety Show 1,2,4; School News Reporter (Cape Codder) 4; Senior Play 4. Hobbies: Sports, bowling, records, wasting time. AMY ELIZABETH HOOPER " Hoop " " Have I not reason to lament what man has made of man? " Math Teacher Activities: Play Competition 1,2,3; Senior Play; Junior Prom; Class Officer 2,3,4; Honor Society 1,2, 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 1, 2,3,4; Co-Capt. 3; Field Hockey 1; Glee Club 1; Chorus 1, 2,3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2,3,4; Variety Show 1; Office Help 2; Sports Writer, Oracle. Hobbies: Sports, reading, hacking around (or fun fun). " Well, Pal! " Bookkeeper Activities: Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Cho¬ rus 1, 2, 3; Art 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Art, roller skating, music, bowling, dancing. DANIEL THOMAS IRELAND " Big Dan " College Activities: Junior Prom 3; Student Council 2; Base¬ ball, Soccer, Cape Cod Music Festival, Variety Show, Orchestra, Band. T-Inhhi(= «• Hai-s. girls. WAYNE JOSEPH " Josie " " I am not going to let school interfere with my edu¬ cation. " Undecided Activities: Junior Prom 3; Baseball 4; Basketball 3,4; Drama Club 4; Dramatics Play 4; J. V. Basketball 1, 2; Variety Show 1. Hobbies: Sports, dancing, girls. JAMES EDSON JONES " Jim " " Buzzard " College Activities: Student Council 2; Variety Show 2; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Hunting, sailing, archery. WILLIAM ROBERT KENNEDY " Bill " " There’s no rush. " Business School Activities: Art 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Music Theory. Hobbies: Skating, skiing, collecting wholesale cata¬ logues. ANNE MARIE KNOWLES " Annie " " Beats me. " Secretary Activities: Play Competition 1,2,3; Senior Play; Junior Prom Committee; Honor Society 2, 3; Student Council 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 1; Chorus 1, 2; J. V. Cheerleading 1; Variety Show 1,4; Office Help 3,4. Hobbies: Rainbow Girls, bowling, sewing, talking, sports. HARRIET NORMA KNOWLES " Har " " You nut. " Dietician Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Year¬ book Staff 4; Dramatics Play 4. Hobbies: Bowling, horse statues, postcards, tennis, pen pals. NANCY CAROL LEE " Nance " " Seriously. . . " Registered Nurse Activities: Play Competition 1, 3; Senior Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; Honor Society 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2, 3,4; Manager 2; Glee Club 1; Variety Show 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2; Cheerleader 1; Yearbook 4. Hobbies: Rainbow Girls, bowling, hockey, eating. JANICE BARBARA MACARTHUR " Jan " " How ' bout that! " Teacher Activities: Play Competition 1,3; Dramatics Club Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Class Secretary 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec’y 4; Honor Society 1, 2; Year¬ book Staff 4; Field Hockey 1, 2,3,4; Co-Capt. 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2; Office Help 4; F. T. A. Sec’y 3, Pres. 4. KAREN LEONARD Oh, golly ...” Undecided Activities: Softball 3,4; Basketball 4; Usher Senior Graduation 4. Hobbies: Bowling, swimming, records. Hobbies: Rainbow Girls, sports, eating. JOHN R. McPHEE " Jackie " " Are you serious " Naval Architect Activities: Senior Play; Junior Prom; Student Council 2; Yearbook Staff; Basketball 2,4; Soccer 3,4; Variety Show; Boy ' s State Rep. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, boats, beach parties, sports. DONNA JEANNE MOORE " Don " " Are you kidding me! ! " Undecided Activities: Chorus; Dramatics Club Play 4; Softball 2; Variety Show 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Sewing, cooking, bowling, stuffed animals, parties, roller skating, driving. BRIAN HOWARD MONZON " Mouse " " Yea " . Marines Activities: Baseball 2; Track 3,4; Variety Show; One Act Plays. Hobbies: Customizing blue cars, hunting, weight training, speed boats. BRADFORD NICKERSON " Fabe " " Play it safe. " Jet Pilot Activities: Play Competition 1; Junior Prom 3; Variety Show 1, 2. Hobbies: Motorcycles, skiing, music, swimming. VIRGINIA HELEN FRANCES O’HARA " Ginny " " It’s Fabulous! " College Activities: Chorus 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 3; S. E. M. B. M. A. Chorus 1,2; All State Chorus 1,2,3; New England 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Library Service Club 1; Yearbook 3,4. Hobbies: Music, skating, dancing, working. GEORGE CARDINAL ALBERT MORIN " Jud " College Activities: Photography Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Soccer 2, 3; Nauset Rep. to 2nd National Conference on the Atom 4. Hobbies: Sailing, fishing, reading, swimming. HELEN MARIE PEARSON " Helen " " Its nicey " Secretary Activities: Student Council 4; Softball 2; Field Hock¬ ey 1; Junior Prom; Chorus 1; J. V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Captain 2; Variety Show 1,2,4; Office Help 2,3; Li¬ brarian 1; Dramatics Club Play 4. Hobbies: Dancing, bowling. GLORIANNE IRENE PERREAULT " Glory " " Oh, for heaven ' s sake " Secretary Activities: Junior Prom 3; Class Secretary 4; Honor Society 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 1,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Glee Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Varsity Cheer¬ leader 2, 3; J. V. Cheerleader Captain 1; Senior Prom 4; Dramatics Play 4; Variety Show 4. Hobbies: Sewing, cooking, bowling. MARY CHADWICK REED " Chad " " Keep Smiling " Nurse Activities: Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 1,2,3; Play Com¬ petitions 2; Variety Show 1,2; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Senior Prom 4. HILDA WYMAN REGO " Hildergarde” " Hey” Teacher Activities: Junior Prom 3; F.T.A. 4; Dramatics Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 3,4; Senior Prom 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3,4; Variety Show 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Librarian 4; Office Help 4; Prize Speaking 4; Dramatics Play 4; New England Music Festival 3,4; Concert Mistress 4; Art 1, 2. Hobbies: Camping, music, mariners, bowling, horseback riding, boating. JOHN JOSEPH ROGERS " Mudguards " " It’s not the best thing in the world, but it ' s right nexI toit - " Coast Guard Activities: Vice-President 1; Treasurer 2; Basketball 2; Boy’s State Rep. Hobbies: Eraser-throwing, beach parties, " Hot Bonnies, " girls, Hitto-Motto dancing. SUSAN LEE ROCK " Sue " Dental Hygienist Activities: Class Officer 4; Field Hockey 3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3,4; Variety Show 3; Orchestra 3; Band 3,4; Softball 3; Band Librarian 3,4. Hobbies: Sailing, water skiing. DAVID A. ROSE " Rose Bud " " That ' s the life on a cherry farm. " Activities: Soccer 4; Basketball 4. Hobbies: Girls, dancing, cars, building. SALLY GRACE ROGERS " Charlie " " Only change is constant. " Religious Education Activities: F.T.A. 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Year¬ book Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Softball 2, 3; Field Hockey 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 1, 2,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3,4; Variety Show 1,2; Girl ' s State Rep. 3; Office Help 4; Prize Speaking 1, 2nd Prize 2, 1st Prize 3; Newspaper Reporter for Oracle 4; U. N. Rep. 3. Hobbies: Piano, organ, singing, hockey, collect¬ ing postcards. Air Force MONIZ ROSE " Ahmid " " Don’t get emotional " Art Activities: Play Competition 3; Junior Prom 3; Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Soccer Manager 4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Art 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball; Basket¬ ball Manager 2; Student Gov. Day Rep. 4; Senior Play 4. Hobbies: Drawing, cars, girls, beards. CYNTHIA MIRIAM RYONE " Cindy " " Oh, Sugar " Elementary School Teacher Activities: Play Competition 1; Dramatic Award 1; Junior Prom 3; Student Council 4; F. T. A. 3; Honor Society 2; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Circulation Manager 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Glee Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2,4; Librarian 2; Office Help 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Senior Prom 4; Variety Show 4; Dramatics Club Play 4. Hobbies: Cooking, sports, teaching, music. GENE S. SCHOFIELD " Gensy-Densy " " I never met a man I didn ' t like. " Undecided Activities: Play Competition 1,2,3; Dramatics Club Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Class Vice-President 1, President 2,3; Baseball 2; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Soccer 1,2; Chorus 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Variety Show 1, 2,3,4; Soccer Co-Capt. 4. Hobbies: Swimming, sports, indoor sports. CHARLES F. SAVAGE " Baby Huey " " Just a Minute " state Police Activities: Soccer 3,4; Track 3,4; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Horses, swimming, cars, heaving the shot-put. PATRICIA EMILY SMITH " Patti " " C ' est la vie. " College Activities: Play Competition 1, 3; Dramatics Club; Junior Prom; Student Council 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff; Field Hockey 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2,3,4; Variety Show 1, 2,3,4; Office Help; J. V. Cheerleader 2. Hobbies: Music, sports, dancing, reading, and boys. RICHARD OLNEY SPARROW " Dick " " Well, I flunked another one. " College Activities: Play Competition 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Vice-President 4; Dramatics Club 4; Yearbook Staff - Business Manager 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Prize Speaking 2, 3rd Prize; Decorating Committee for Class Dances 1,2; Dramatics Award 1,2,3; Ora¬ tory Award 2. Hobbies: Music, fishing, stamps, work, eating, carpentry. NANCY ELLEN SPROUL " Nance " " Put on your galoshes. " Music Activities: Chorus 1, 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Var¬ sity Cheerleader Captain 4; Tennis, Service Club 1; Speech Club 3; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Boosters Club 1, 2,3; School Play 1,3; Freshman Cheerleading Capt. 1; Student Teacher on Student ' s Day 1, 2; Mrs. Indian Tom 1; Nat. Honor Society 3, 4; Hockey; Basketball, and Softball 1, 2, 3. RICHARD STEVENSON " Sticky " " Who, me? " Millionaire Activities: Junior Prom 3; Class President 4; Year¬ book Staff 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3; Chorus 4; Cape Cod Music Festival, Variety Show 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, hunting, driving, talking, beach parties. MARGARET LOUISE TULLOCH " Peggy " " Natch " Nursing Activities: Glee Club 1,2; Junior Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Librarian 4; Office Help 4; Dramatics Play 4; Variety Show 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Sen¬ ior Prom 4. Hobbies: Music, parties, bowling. PRISCILLA ELAINE TURNER ” Pris " And that Secretary Activities: Junior Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Softball 1,4; Basketball 3; Field Hockey 1; Variety Show 3,4; Librarian 1; Office Help 1, 2,3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Swimming, cooking, sewing, skiing, bowl¬ ing, dancing. LAWRENCE WELLS VANDERBURGH " Larry " " It ' s hallelujah, stupid, not Hialeah! " College. Architecture Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Drama¬ tics Club 2; Treasurer 3,4; Chorus 2,4; Audio-Visual Club 2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Woodworking, building, hi-fi equipment, classical music and progressive jazz. JEANNE G. WHITING " Jeannie " " Good Grief " Nursing Activities: Chorus 1,3,4; Glee Club 2; Variety Show 4; Softball 3,4; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Collecting stuffed animals, driving, sports, square dancing. ■■ FREDRICK WILLIAM WALTERS " Fred " " I ' ll never get caught. " College Activities: Boy’s State Rep. 3; Sports Writer CAPE CODDER 4; One Act Plays 3; Dramatics Club 4; Track 2,3,4; Football 2; House Council 2; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Hunting, sailing, water skiing. RONALD EUGENE WILES " Ron " " Don’t get smart. " Navy Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Art 1, 2; Music Theory 2; J. V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,4; Dramat¬ ics Club Play 4. Hobbies: Girls, beach parties, sports, cars. JANE WINCHESTER " Janie " Physical Ed. Teacher Activities: Play Competition 1, 2, 4; Dramatics Play 4; Junior Prom 3; Secretary 3; Student Council 4; F. T. A. 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 4; Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 4; Variety Show 1, 2. Hobbies: Swimming, dancing, sports, walking, having one heck of a good time. JOSEPH BROOKS WRIGHT " Joe " That s life " Automobile Designer Activities: Audio-Visual Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2. Hobbies: Cars, building model cars, work, sleep. Class History Here we are limping down the road to reality, limping from the bangs and bruises of our elementary school days. These were the days of endless recesses, hikes, and fun. Now look at us; we all have complexes. After twelve years of packing cavities with morsels of knowledge let ' s take a break and look back on some of these years. For most of us the seventh and eighth grades were the beginning of a new school life, new faces, new worries, and a little bit of work, and responsibility. These years proved to be trying ones. As I look back, I think it was harder on the teachers. Remember when. . . We had our picnic at Brewster Park and Mr. Smith spent all day ducking marshmallows. . . We had the dancing lessons where everybody discovered they had two left feet. . . We put on the play " The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, " and we all became stars. . . Our Freshman year we embarked on the last leg of our high school journey. These were the days when we went strutting down the corridors like Grecian Warriors. If you think the teachers had a difficult time with us in the seventh and eighth grades, you should have seen them at the end of the Freshman year. Remember when, under the administration of Arthur Fancy, President, Gene Scho¬ field, Vice-President, Meredith Fancy, Treasurer, Janice MacArthur, Secretary. . . An apple for the teacher on his desk went over big, but we found out when you try it on the stage it doesn ' t work. . . Dr. Brooks walked across his desk to prove a point dur¬ ing 1st year Latin class. . . Instead of having a pie eating contest, Mrs. Blake officiated at a tack sitting contest between Dick Steven¬ son and Nicky Snow. . . We found out " why a mouse is when it spins. . . the higher the fewer, of course " . . . Mrs. Duganer had her little " lovelies " skipping across the gym floor. . . Meanwhile back at the mud flats under the administration of C. R. Lewis, President, John Rogers, Vice-President, Carol Davis, Treasurer-Secretary, remember when. . . David Daisy walked around the audience in diapers at our Freshman reception. . . Brian Blakeley, running up the stairs, tripped on the last step to land at the feet of the principal. . . We started sit down tag? Between classes the halls were lined with people sitting on the floor. . . We had Ping Pong tournaments? Well, that’s the way the ball bounces. . . The Sophomore year was easy going. Now that we had become adjusted to the high school, we started raising cain; you know what I mean. Elections were big things this year. In Orleans we elected Gene Schofield, President, Amy Hooper, Vice-President, Barbara Chase, Secretary, and Gay Henry, Treasurer. The counterparts in Wellfleet were C. R. Lewis, President, Chandler Crowell, Vice-President, John Rogers, Treasurer, and Carol Davis, Secretary. Remember when. . . Livingston ' s and the Pharmacy had a rush busi¬ ness on classic comic books the last week of our summer vacation. . . The girls decided they looked jazzy in sac dresses. . . Mr. Lavery found our class to be an unpredict¬ able EXPLOSIVE group. . . We won the play competition with lines like " Curses foiled again " spoken by our celebrated actor, Wayne Carron, in " Her Fatal Beauty " . . . We put on a Freshman reception: pie throwing, diaper wearing, family portrait. . . Detentions were the fad. . . Somebody put a thumbtack in Mr. O ' Brien’s chair. . . We were constantly being frisked for squirt guns. . . Some of the boys were caught pitching pennies in the boy ' s room. . . Our Junior year we all entered a new school, Nauset Regional High School. This was a get acquainted year. There were new faces everywhere you turned - but they didn ' t outnumber the new rules and new traditions. This was a very busy year with the Junior Prom, Beatnik dance, play, and, last but not least, driver training. However, as you see, we lived through it. We prospered pretty well under the guidance of our class officers: Gene Schofield, President, Amy Hooper, Vice-President, Jane Winchester, Secretary, and Nancy Lee, Treasurer. Agnes Carey tried to pick bay berries in the driver-ed car. . . We suffered through our play " Dad Takes a Rest Cure " . . . Chlorine poisoning was a fad in chemistry class. . . John Rogers put a pair of dice in the centrifuge. . . Fred Walters started a new career of puns in Current History. . . Our Senior year all our dreams and expectations were shattered, our ego deflated, and our rebellion squelched. This was the great year of awakening. This was per¬ haps one of the most important years in our lives, and were we prepared? Yup. We have been tossed out into a cold, cruel world with a tooth brush and a fresh pair of socks. . . Cynical though we may be, we can still look back and laugh. Can ' t we? Remember when. . . Mr. Guarino started a new fad - arm slings. . . Mr. O ' Brien started teaching marriage and family living in Physiology? He got a new name, blushing The tree lights at the Senior Prom wouldn’t light. . . We had a man crying in the audience at our Senior Play " Our Town " . . . Some kids thought exlax would add something to the fudge for Valentine ' s Day. . . We learned what a privilege is. . . We elected Dick Stevenson, President, Amy Hooper, Vice-President, Glorianne Perreault, Secretary, and Su¬ san Rock, Treasurer. . . We learned all about Hollywood. . . Well, enough hilarity, back to our pessimistic thoughts. We feel we have been amply endowed and now it is up to us. We leave feeling, I hope, that we have given our best. Moniz Rose Anne Knowles raw Class Prophecy Poor George Morin is not with us anymore. Seems he, by mistake, climbed into one of the space rockets at Cape Canaveral, and, contrary to popular belief, it actually worked. They haven ' t figured out how to get him back yet. We understand that Wayne Anderson, now in the Navy, can tell you all you want to know about seasickness. Saw where there was a riot the other day at a Rock ' n Roll show. The big star was none other than our classmate Danny Ireland drumming away. Sally Rogers, working as a missionary in Africa, has run into a little prob¬ lem. Seems that all the Natives can say is, " I don ' t understand. " Non-inspired by former Physiology classes, Richard Sparrow had recently been elected president of the local " A. A. " He never could make those figures balance. Nancy Sproul, singer of many talents, is now in Switzerland on tour. I wonder if she plans to take up Swiss Yodeling. Saw where Dick Stevenson didn ' t pass his Army physical. As near as we could tell, the cause of the failure was uh huhl Those elbows again. Peggy Tulloch, head nurse at Washington ' s " Foot in Mouth " Disease Hos¬ pital, when asked about her tremendous success, was quoted as saying, " Expe¬ rience is the best teacher. " Our architect, Larry Vanderburgh, is reportedly working on his version of tne model high school--swimming pool, TV room, and student smoker are innovations. While watching a football game on TV, I heard a loud voice in the crowd. Could it have been Jane Winchester? News has just been received that Eileen Berrio had given her endorsement to a diamond-shaped trampoline. I guess those Nauset days were remembered. Camilla Besse ' s desire to be a foreign secretary has now been realized. I read in the Oracle the other day that she ' s now down in Provincetown. Reading in " Ripley ' s Believe It or Not " the other day, I saw that Richard Bessom, noted member of the " weed " club, has given up smoking for good. Great Gunsl Brian Blakeley has finally succeeded in securing a job on the production line of " Souped-Up Cars, Inc. " as an apprentice in the muffler division. Congratulations to Agnes Carey for inventing the " add an inch " heel -- a do-it-yourself kit. Wayne Carron, ' 65 graduate of Princeton, has just joined the teaching staff of Nauset as assistant to Dr. Brooks in Current History. We read in " Variety " some time ago that Barbara Chase, noted song leader who gained her experience leading N. R. H. S. ' s Tuesday assemblies, has begun her own TV program in competition with Mitch Miller. It was good to here that Nancy Cole is having much success as a singing evangelist around the world. Coming back to Cape Cod, Nance? We must all congratulate Dave Daisy, who won first prize at the costume ball the other night. Seems he went as an illuminated Budweiser sign. Here ' s a feature from the pages of Sport ' s Illustrated telling about basket¬ ball ' s newest star, none other than our own Chan Crowell. I bet he ' s proud that he finally made the papers. Hilda Rego is trying to decide whether or not to forsake the French language for Russian. Helen Pearson is still receiving royalties from her patent on her invention --the five flavored sundae. The O ' Hara ' s, pleased with Ginny’s success as a teacher, have recently moved to Bridgewater to join her there. Brad Nickerson, jet pilot of wide fame, was quoted the other day as saying the reason he liked flying was because there was no speed limit. Mary Reed has finally yielded to an easy job - smiling for Colgate adver¬ tisements. How’s Mr. Tooth Decay these days, Mary? If you should see Nancy Lee, be sure to tell her that there is a job opening as a secretary (private, no less) working for the Man of men, " Pinky Lee. " Donna Moore’s bowling is finally paying off. We watched her do quite well the other day on TV. Incidentally, she is now " Queen of the Hill. " Jack McPhee is hard to recognize these days with that bandage on his head. Seems an irrate A P customer broke what he claimed to be an unripe water¬ melon over Jack ' s head. Karen Leonard was recently fired as secretary to the Maple Grove High - School Guidance Director, because she got caught giving the students advice on the fine arts of ducking showers in gym class. Harriet Knowles is now using a variation of the Naus et special sandwich in her job as a dietician for the Navy. We were sorry to hear that Anne Knowles, famed employee of the First National, is now in the hospital suffering from a severe case of " Green Stampitis. ” Bill Kennedy, inspired by his role in " Our Town " is now understudying the local undertaker. Jim Jones has now become a successful writer for Field and Stream with his latest article, " Protect our friend the Seagull. " Wayne Joseph has finally succeeded in repairing the fence at the Town Center. Seems that Janet Huntley just can ' t stay away from taking other people ' s money. She ' s now taking an active part in the local Department of Internal Revenue. That is, the accounting part. What’s this we hear about Edith Gregson striking a wrong key while teaching her first graders to sing " Three Blind Mice? " Read an article on sign painters, seems our own Linda Gregory is now in that field. She paints signs for libraries saying " Quiet Please.” What’s this about Gay Henry transferring to Radcliff in hopes that she can be J. F. K. ' s personal accountant? Sue Rock, as a dental hygienist, finds music soothes patients. Her only difficulty - blowing the trumpet and using the drill simultaneously. John Rogers, of all people, is a substitute teacher. Finding the shoe on the other foot, John? Seems David Rose has opened the first school in America on instructing water boys on their duties to the basketball teams. That is, those girls ' teams. Moniz Rose, recently vacationing on the Cape, conducted his third annual art colony in, of all places, Provincetown. I saw Cindy Ryone listed as Miss Cindy of Romper Room in the TV Guide. And she ' s still smilingl Charlie Savage, candidate for the State Police, recently ran into trouble during his finals. Seems he refused to drive over 35, even in the police car. Read in Newsweek where U. D. T. Man, Gene Schofield, received a medal for bravery above and beyond the call of duty; he rescued a young maiden from a sinking inner tube at Nauset Beach. We understand Ronnie Wiles has decided to have his limousine painted blue. Do you suppose Brian Monzon will permit such imitation? What ' s this about the Priscilla Turner award for a member of the graduating class? Seems it is a combination award of attendance and conduct. We saw Janice MacArthur and Pat Smith the other day. They look pretty much the same except for signs on their backs reading " Down with Dial " and " Telephone Operators are overworked. " We understand that Joe Wright has been unable to perfect his new car that runs without gas. Keep trying, Joe. Read an article the other day by two struggling scientists, Dave Daniels and Fred Walters, now working in Bud’s Brewery, on the importance of liking one’s work. Saw an ad in Popular Mechanics last month for used auto parts. The buyer? Yup! Don Delaney. Here ' s a clipping from the sport ' s section of the Topeka Tribune telling about Coach Barby Dunsford ' s great boxing team. We understand they ' re really " Barrelling " along. Sandra Dunsford, noted Marine Biologist, is reported to be enjoying her job at Wood ' s Hole with none other than Colonel Clark. Glorianne Perreault has recently been a success with her invention of automatic green stamp givers. Seems she finally gave up on all that math work. Art Fancy, as sports writer f or the Standard Times, was recently given some tickets to the World Series. Shame they were for 1959, Art. Jeanne Whiting has recently confessed to the mysterious accident in Spring- field. Seems she was throwing ice cubes out the Sheraton Kimball Hotel win¬ dow - six floors up - and hit a poor policeman on the sidewalk. Seems Steve Burling ' s newest book, " How to Write A Class Prophecy " has met with immediate success. There is an autographed copy in the school library. Barbara Fickett and Sharon Murphy have come up with gutterless alleys for the Orleans Bowling alleys. Now they ' re hitting the 90 ' s. We understand Meredith Fancy ' s new book, " The Difficulties of English Grammar, " has sold well, especially with a certain N. R. English Teacher ' s students. Read the other day where Sue Eldridge had quite a time at the Paris custom ' s office. All she brought with her was, of all things, gum. We understand Lionel Gill finally got his wish and hit a baseball through the Faculty room window playing for the Town Team. We also understand our own Amy Hooper, Math Professor extraordinary, chose Australia as the place where she will teach next year. Beware of Mr. Tilly, Amy. Cynthia Ryone Stephen Burling We, the graduating class of 1961, being of sound body and spirit, hope to better posterity by leaving them these, our individual traits: I, Nancy Cole, leave my ability to keep a straight face and a multi¬ colored ostrich plume to Shirley Maclntire. I, Jeanne Whiting, leave my out of tune alto voice to Rosie Flint I, Harriet Knowles, leave my shyness to Dottie Huntley. I, Stephen David Daniels, leave my pre-soccer game vocalizing talents to Pat Boone. I, Susan Rock, leave my trumpet to the biggest wind-bag in the junior class. I, Bradford Nickerson, leave my home hair cut kit to Dexter Ellis. I, Pat Smith, am still recovering from shock. I, Stephen Burling, leave nothing since I need everything I have. I, Donna Moore, leavy my home economics skill to Sheila Hill. I, Mary Reed, leave a smile and a wink to Kathy VanBuskirk. I, Barbara Chase, leave my newly purchased barrette to Martha Bon- nell. I, Cynthia Ryone, leave my pleasing personality to my Chemistry teacher. I, Eileen Berrio, leave my math ability to my younger brothers, Charles and Francis. I, Helen Pearson, leave my brother to Mr. O’Hara. I, David Rose, leave managing to Chester Norris. I, Janet Huntley, leave my basketball height to Paula Hatch. Class Will (cont.) I, Susan Eldridge, leave a piece of gum to Mr. Downie. I, Richard Bessom, leave 30 feet of rubber on the school parking lot. I, Sally Rogers, leave a year ' s supply of questions to Mr. Tilly. I, Nancy Lee, leave my nickname, " Pinky " to any future Lee. I, Gay Henry, leave my middle name to anyone who will take it. I, Bill Kennedy, leave my long dark hair to David Atwood. I, Brian Monzon, leave my undying devotion to Judy. I, John Rogers, leave the substitute teachers in peace. I, Peggy Tulloch, leave Mr. O ' Brien with relief. I, Larry Vanderburgh, leave my honorable membership in the Siam Club to John Stewart. I, Amy Hooper, leave my seat in death row to Dr. Brook ' s next victim. I, Moniz Rose, leave with my sanity. I, Ann Knowles, leave my seat in Miss Hooker ' s English Class and my bounding skylark to the next prospective candidate. I, Camilla Besse, leave my newly invented word, " ostranate, " to the school library to be included in the dictionaries. I, Richard Sparrow, leave 3 inches of my height to David Philbrick. I, Glorianne Perreault, leave my blush to Mr. Pettingill. I, Hilda Rego, leave my French accent to Mrs. Murphy and Mr. Downie. Class Will (cont.) I, Charles Savage, leave my appetite to Jon Fuller. I, David Daisy, leave my galoshes to next year ' s Dramatics Club. I, Barbara Dunsford, leave my weights to Betsy Brooks. I, Sandra Dunsford, leave my bubbling personality to someone who’s destitute. I, James Jones, lea ,r e my annual duck-fever to a hunter in the Junior Class. I, Wayne Carron, leave my way with girls to Ronnie Blomme. I, Brian Blakely, leave my yogi bear hat and greasy pants to Andy Pierce. I, Ronald Wiles, leave by the skin of my teeth. I, Joseph Wright, leave in my blown, fuel injected, Chevy powered customized Volkswagen. I, Jane Winchester, leave without saying a word ... for a change. I, Fred Walters, leave my witticisms to Leonard Anderson. I, Gene Schofield, leave. I, Karen Leonard, leave Mr. Collins with nobody to talk to in sixth period study hall. I, Jackie McPhee, leave my best duck decoy to Mr. Guarino. I, Priscilla Turner, leave my nickname Prissy to any one who will have it. I, Donald Delaney, leave my fine singing voice to Tom Gill. I, Lionel Gill, leave my basketball fouls to Duane Fulcher. I, Wayne Anderson, leave some of my height to Minot Reynolds. (cont. on p. 94) Juniors Students r FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr. Brooks, Sybil Weber, Susan Rainey, j Sharon Daniels, Lee Thimas, Patty Quin, Bette Young, Judy Curtis, j| Nancy Dodd, Martha Bonnell, Sarah Ullman, Linda Vandermay, Sa- bra Lombard, Kathanne VanBuskirk, Karen Seaman, Janet Keyes, SEC- ' OND ROW: Andy Pierce, Wesley Drown, Peter Winslow, Susan Porteous, i Nancy Cross, Carol St. Aubin, Dorothy Delaney, Linda Opderbeck, Barbara Wilkinson, Brenda Wilkinson, Sandra Doughty, Judy Dennison, i David Ramsdell, Larry Ellis, Minot Reynolds. BACK ROW: Balazs J Szabo, Francis Higgins, John Stewart, Thomas Souza, Duane Fulcher, Chester Landers, Stephen Baker, Leonard Anderson, Richard Maynard, Lloyd Ellis, George Boyd, Bruce Hammatt, Peter Anthony. Class Officers Left to right: Dorothy Delaney, treasurer; Linda Opderbeck, secre¬ tary; George Boyd, vice-president; Andy Pierce, president. Sophomores Students FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr. Pettengill, Earl Ketchen, Susan Richards, Nancy NickefSon, Judith Sencabaugh, Patricia Ireland, Virginia Maynard, Ardath Nichols, Susan Bessom, Patricia Williams, Victoria Kelly, Elizabeth Brooks, Dianne Stevenson, Diann Gill, Karen Landers, Karen Nickerson, Jean Laposky, Ellen Westergaard, Joyce Nickerson, Vivian Per¬ reault. SECOND ROW: Jerry Mowers, Guy Nelson, Stuart Moore, Marie Dennison, Mary Anne Henry, Sandra Sparrow, Joan Boyer, Dawn Gadwa, Stephanie Blakeley, Roberta Ma¬ guire, Constance Young, Jane Barry, Constance Hoffman, Margaret Wright, Karen Constant, Diane Dupuis, Tresea Ryder, Paula Hatch, Cynthia Turpin, Kathern Cummings, Kenneth Hall. THIRD ROW: Lee Perry, Charles Berrio, Francis Cash, John Sparrow, Thomas Gill, Benjamin Rowell, James Packett, John Reynolds, Jonathan Rowe, Fred Turner, Robert Doep- per, Glenn Plimpton, David Constant, Francis Cash, Richard Hopkins, Leslie Hayman, Ro¬ land Linnell. FOURTH ROW: Stanley Puffer, Charles Morton, Richard Edwards, Martin Tulloch, David Atwood, William Holt, Roger Gill, Paul Daniels, Keith VanBuskirk, Peter Anderson, Ronald Blomme, Carl MacDonald, Stephen Savage, John Perreault, James Buck, Thomas Pellegrino, Robert Livesey, Maurice Leonard. Class Officers Richard Edwards, Dianne Stevenson, Sandra Sparrow, Nancy Nickerson. Freshmen Students FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr. O ' Brien, George Hall, Rosalyce Flint, Cheryl Weber, Can¬ dace Dunsford, Melody Lorraine, Karen Berger, Bonnie Cooper, Jessica Tovrov, Lucia Cole, Judy Belanger, Susan Dunphy, Pam Drew, Marsha Richey, Cheryl Nickerson, Sally Wood- worth, Judy Cole, Cynthia Lavallee, Sheila Hill. SECOND ROW: Robert Richardson, Frank Whiting, Judy Eldridge, Jeanne Conlin, Bonnie MacPherson, Paula Deschamps, Diane Smith, Mary McDermott, Dorothy Huntley, Anne Conefrey, Judy Ellis, Shirley Maclntire, Sally Hopper, Elizabeth Chipman, Elizabeth Moore, Susan Swan, Pat Neese. THIRD ROW: Tom Hammett, David Hart, Tom Higgins, Donald Thimas, Warren Harrington, Ronald Gates, Robert Lindsay, Dennis Allmon, Stephen Doyle, Larry Baker, James Gillespie, Paul Sin¬ clair, Eric Anderson, Tom Nadeau. FOURTH ROW: Robert Williams, Phillip Morton, James Ketchen, Stephen Eldridge, Richard Doepper, Bruce Benson, Neal Parent, Ted Ellis, George Luscombe, Tony Ellis, Chester Norris, Malcolm Letts, Francis Berrib, Warren Har¬ rington, Richard Robicheau, Jon Fuller, Bruce Carron. BACK ROW: Ronald Taylor, Mic¬ hael King, Billy Hokkanen, John Gregson, Bruce Campbell, Bryant Besse, Bruce Ellis, Les¬ ter Taylor, Thomas Marsh, Thomas Cochran, Malcolm Murphy, Dennis Marsh, Peter Lovely. Dexter Ellis, David Burns. Class Officers Lett to right: Bonnie Cooper, treasurer; Bonnie MacPherson, vice-president; Thomas Cochran, president; Pam Drew, secretary. In Memoriam This page is respectfully dedicated to Anne Pierce. We remember her for her vivid character, her sparkle, her warmth; Anne ' s memory remains with all who knew her. Eighth Grade Students FIRST ROW, left to right: Mrs. Fulcher, J. Sparrow, M. Hendrickson, K. Johnson, L. Bak¬ er, S. Ferreira, K. O ' Meara, J. Fickett, J. Crowell, J. Daniels, N. Cowen, D. Dougherty, J. Mayo, D. Peterson, K. Gallant, J. Leonard, J. Leonard, S. Baker, D. Higgins, D. Fel¬ ton. SECOND ROW: R. Bynoe, P. Daley, L. Pierce, S. Atwood, J. Rose, J. Schoonejon- gen, C. Seaman, S. Horton, J. Gill, E. Ellis, K. Dunham, L. Viprino, C. Rock, S. Smith, C. Larson, J. Sawler, M. Gould, L. Taylor, P. Lussier, J. Doyle. THIRD ROW: B. Mur¬ phy, A. Dunsford, P. Eaton, B. Humphrey, J. Ambroult, L. Moore, M. Quinn, E. Hay- man, S. Adams, C. Cardinal, E. Pearson, M. Cahoon, E. Brown, K. Mayo, R. Pearson, J. Snow. FOURTH ROW: C. Dalby, C. Brown, P. Hicks, P. Wakefield, G. Kulesza, T. Hollis, B. Ramsdell, R. Vandermay, K. Coombs, J. Schofield, A. Perreault, L. Wilcox, A. Delory, E. Berrio, R. Hayman, M. Sutton, W. Felt, S. Brown, L. Squire. BACK ROW: C. Newcomb, D. Smith, W. Spear, J. Pellegrino, G. Wade, R. Rose, R. Lovely, D. Willians, D. Ryder, J. Ilkovitch, D. Daniels, B. Macfarlane, R. Anderson, W. Farwell, J. Luttes, T. Collins, P. Sparrow, E. Winslow. Class Officers Left to right: Andrew Delory, Karen O ' Meara, Edward Brown, Lawrence Wilcox. Seventh Grade Students FRONT ROW: John Dumont, Joseph Francis, Elizabeth Henry, Susan Richmond, Carol Tra¬ han, Anita Sanford, Jane Baker, Deborah Lombard, Patricia Turner, Janice Nickerson, Pam¬ ela Murray, Barbara Cole, Joyce French, Suzanne Grout, Valerie Rich, Valerie Fones, Hilda Nickerson, Harriet Smith, Doris Crowell, Phyllis Nickerson, David Philbrick. ' SECOND ROW: Miss Schukraft, David Monzon, Charles Jennings, Maureene Grindle, Dana Murphy, Gail McCoubrey, Robin Adams, Donna Belisle, Susan Campbell, Olive Ellis, Pamela Des- champs, Janet Holt, Linda Blakeley, Nancy Pearson, Sandra Baylis, Linda Ellis, Brenda Perreault, Gail Nickerson, Carol Young, Barbara Snow, Carl Peters. THIRD ROW: Charles Hollis, James Harper, Thomas Berrio, Paul Burton, Robert Hayes, Ralph Rapata, William Medders, Colin Cochran, Bruce Savin, George Williams, Kenneth Williams, Ptolemy Adams, Franklin Bynoe, Richard Cochran, Albert Dennison, Brian Coulson, James Higgins, Robert Buck, Eugene Casey. BACK ROW: Richard Viprino, Duncan Young, Russell Murphy, Daniel Sparrow, Thomas Murphy, John Sherwin, Walter Boyd, Robert Young, Robert Wilkinson, Frank Gallant, John Ferriera, Thomas Laposky, Robert Rongner, James Rainey, Gary Higgins, David Anderson, Charles Reynolds, Philip Cole, Dennis Ventiquattro. Class Left to right: Thomas Cochran, Ro¬ bert Buck, Dana Murphy, Elizabeth. Officers OR GANIZA TIONS ACTIVITIES SPOR TS Student Council FIRST ROW: Nancy Lee, Kathanne VanBuskirk, Susan Dunphy, Stephanie Blakeley, Karen Landers, Judith Curtis, Linda Vandermay, Sabra Lombard, Jane Barry, Cyn¬ thia Ryone, Barbara Chase. SECOND ROW: Mr. Guarino, Anne Knowles, Susan Swan, Carol St. Aubin, Jane Winchester, Helen Pearson, Sally Woodworth, Pat Smith, Susan Porteous. BACK ROW: Larry Squire, Robert Richardson, Bruce Hammat, William Holt, Richard Sparrow, David Daisy, Steven Savage, Balazs Szabo, Robert Hayes. The Student Council of Nauset Regional High is a body of students, who meet once a week to discuss problems and ideas which other classmates have brought to them, to give their approval or disapproval on these matters and to voice their opinions on different situations which arise during the school year. Some of the accomplishments of the council this year have been, the following: the forming of the handbook, the submission to the school committee of suggestions for a sign, stating the name and date of establishment, to be placed in front of the school, writing a school song, running the Tuesday morning assemblies, and send¬ ing a flag to Mr. Boynton for him to present to the school where he is an exchange teacher. OFFICERS Left to right: Barbara Chase, pres¬ ident; Richard Sparrow, vice-pres¬ ident; Pat Smith, corresponding secretary; Janice Mac Arthur, sec¬ retary. Honor Society FRONT ROW, left to right: Mrs. Fulcher, Sharon Daniels, Kathanne Va?iBus- kirk, Linda Vandermay, Sarah Ullman, Martha Bonnell, Bette Ann Young, Jean Laposky, Stephanie Blakeley, Susan Rainey, Gay Henry. SECOND ROW: Ric¬ hard Hopkins, Laurel Pierce, Shirley Maclntire, Sheila Hill, Barbara Chase, Nancy Nickerson, Sally Woodworth, Cynthia Lavallee, Amy Hooper, Barbara Wilkinson, Brenda Wilkinson, Sandra Sparrow, Sally Rogers. THIRD ROW: Richard Robicheau, Peter Winslow, Benjamin Rowell, George Morin, Steve Savage, William Holt, Keith VanBuskirk, David Atwood, Moniz Rose, Glenn Plimpton, John Sparrow, Lee Perry. OFFICERS Left to right: Amy Hooper, presi¬ dent; Peter Winslow, vice-president; Sharon Daniels, secretary-treasurer. F.T.A FIRST ROW: Mr. O ' Brien, Dorothy Delaney, Susan Richards, Susan Dunphy, Di- % anne Stevenson, Sarah Ullman, Jesse Tovrov, Bonnie Cooper, Susan Eldridge, i Barbara Cole, Edith Gregson. SECOND ROW: Olive-Jean Ellis, Paula Hatch, Ka- | ren Nickerson, Carol St. Aubin, Anne Conefrey, Pam Drew, Hilda Rego, Jane j Winchester, Victoria Kelley, Elizabeth Moore, Bannie MacPherson, Pat Neese. BACK ROW: Deborah Ullman, Linda Lou Ellis, Roland Linnell, James Buck, David Atwood, Roger Gill, Stewart Moore, James Packett, Maurice Leonard, Elizabeth Henry. i The Nauset Future Teachers of America, under the guidance of Mr. O’Brien, had a prosperous and interesting year. New members developed new opinions and attitudes towards teaching from informative pamphlets and personal experiences members of the faculty shared with them. One of the most satisfying opportunities offered to a " future teacher " is the chance to participate in actual classroom instruction. The students were guides at open house and sold refreshments at the variety show. Perhaps the highlight of the year came when the group was host to the other F. T. A. groups on the Cape. Orchestra FRONT ROW, left to right: Hilda Rego, Karen Berger, Susan Rainey, David Philbrick, Sally Woodworth, Linda Vandermay. SECOND ROW: Janet Leonard, Janioc Nicker¬ son, Nancy Cowen, Linda Monzon, John Sparrow, Richard Vandermay, Paul Hicks, Marsha Richey, Richard Cochran, James Rainey, Larry Wilcox, Eric Winslow. THIRD ROW: Hilda Nickerson, Linda Ellis, Edward Brown, Bruce Campbell, Robert Richard¬ son, Jon Fuller, Steven Savage, Richard Maynard, Keith VanBusKirk. BACK ROW: Joanne Leonard, Mr. James, Charles Hollis, George Williams, Thomas Pellegrino. BAND AND ORCHESTRA The Nauset Regional Band and Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Frank James, have progressed rapidly and successfully in the direction of being the best on the Cape. Throughout the year, the groups have played at Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies, the Cape Cod Music Festival, and other Cape schools. Selections by well-known composers have been studied, and several instruments have been added to the groups. Band FIRST ROW, left to right: Cindy Rock, Kathy Van Buskirk, Barbara Chase, Marsha Richey, David Philbrick, Linda Vandermay, Sally Woodworth. SECOND ROW: Les- lee Moore, Steven Doyle, Lynn Frazier, Shelia Hill, Robert Richardson, Bruce Campbell, Thomas Souza, Susan Rock, John Sparrow, Steven Savage, George Luscombe, Keith Van Buskirk. LAST ROW: Mr. James, Jon Fuller, Bruce Benson, David Hart, Alan Taber, Pam Murray, Barbara Adams, Bruce Ellis, Dan Ireland, Balazs Szabo, Tom Pellegrino. Majorettes Left to right: Carol St. Aubin, Virginia Maynard, Karen Landers, Stephanie Blakeley. Junior Chorus FRONT ROW, left to right: Carol Young, Joanne Leonard, Patricia Daley, Hilda Nickerson, Jill Mayo, Barbara Cole, Karen O ' Meara, Nancy Cowen, Pamela Gill, Susan Grout, Suzanne Baker, Sandra Atwood. SECOND ROW: Dana Murphy, Laurel Pierce, Jacqueline Fickett, Su¬ san Horton, Cynthia Rock, Christine Seaman, Jean Rose, Elaine Ellis, Laurena Baker, Eliza¬ beth Hayman, Susan Campbell, Gail McCoubrey. THIRD ROW: Maureen Grendell, Brenda Perreault, Pamela Deschamps, Olive Jean Ellis, Linda Blakely, Paula Jean Lussier, Marie Quinn, Elizabeth Henry, Sandra Balis, Deborah Ullman, Linda Lou Ellis. BACK ROW: Don¬ na Belisle, Mary Anne Hendrickson, Andrew Delory, Eric Winslow, Stephen Brown, David Williams, Richard Lovely, Christopher Brown, Dianne Higgins. Chorus FRONT ROW, left to right: Marie Dennison, Barbara Dunsford, Sabra Lombard, Nancy Cole, Jean Laposky, Patty Quinn, Karen Landers, Nancy Dodd, Camilla Besse, Judy Curtis, Mar¬ tha Bonnell, Peggy Tulloch, Lucia Cole, Jeanne Whiting, Lee Thimas, Kathanne Van Bus- kirk. SECOND ROW: Jean Conlin, Judy Dennison, Janet Keyes, Hilda Rego, Rosalyce Flint, Cheryl Weber, Melody Lorraine, Patricia Ireland, Gay Henry, Cynthia Ryone, Mary Reed, Judi Cole, Nancy Nickerson, Nancy Cross, Sandra Doughty, Virginia O ' Hara, Patricia Smith. THIRD ROW: Kathy Cummings, Susan Richmond, Susan Swan, Shirley Mac Intire, Dorothy Huntley, Candace Dunsford, Sally Hooper, Barbara Chase, Linda Opderbeck, Cynthia La- Vallee, Amy Hooper, Barbara Wilkinson, Paula Deschamps, Cheryl Nickerson, Mary Ann Henry, Sally Rogers. BACK ROW: Chester Norris, Leonard Pierce, Larry Vanderburgh, Peter Lovely, Gene Schofield, David Daisy, David Daniels, Richard Stevenson, Richard Sparrow, Dennis Marsh, Bruce Hammatt, George Boyd, Guy Nelson, David Ramsdel, Phillip Morton, Jerry Mowers. Glee Club FRONT ROW, left to right: Marie Dennison, Patricia Smith, Susan Swan, Mary Ann Henry, Lee Thimas, Jean Laposky, Sally Rogers, Barbara Dunsford, Judy Dennison. SECOND ROW: Kathy Cummings, Edith Gregson, Dorothy Huntley, Sally Hooper, Cheryl Weber, Mary Reed, Jane Barry, Hilda Rego, Sandra Doughty, Joan Boyer. BACK ROW: Nancy Cole, Lucia Cole, Sarah Ullman, Janet Huntley, Jeri Maynard, Karen Landers, Susan Bessom. Photography Club STANDING, left to right: Bruce Campbell, Robert Pearson, John Stewart, Richard Edwards, William MacDonald. SEATED: Mr. Pettengill, Thomas Souza, Richard Doepper, Joseph Francis, Thomas Laposky, John Ferreira. Art Classes The art department this year has done many varied projects from watercolors to blow painting, from action drawing to scribble drawing. They have helped paint the decorations for the family record hop and the backdrop for the variety show. When the weather warms up, there are plans to do some out¬ door sketching. During the month of March, the annual senior high school art exhibition was held in Hyannis. There were twenty pieces exhibited from Nauset, and three blue ribbons were awarded. Dramatics Club FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr. Downie, Bonnie MacPherson, Susan Dunphy, Jessica Tovrov, Bonnie Cooper, Martha Bonnell, Kathy Gallant, Drew, Sharon Murphy, Hilda Rego. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Nickerson, Jean Conlin, Elizabeth Moore, Pat Neese, Mary McDermont, Sally Rogers, Judy Belanger. BACK ROW: Dennis Marsh, David Daisy, Lawrence Vanderburgh, George Morin, Fred Walters, Moniz Rose, Jack McPhee. The Dramatics Club, organized this year under the direction of Mr. Thomas Downie, was open to all in grades 9-12. Our first task was the production of " Our Town " by Thornton Wilder. After many hours of rehearsing and with many thanks to Mr. Downie and Mr. Smith, the play was presented on November 18 and 19, 1960. All who took part found it an exciting experience. The Dramatics Club is planning for the future and hoping to present more plays. (V l rp ?? Uur lown French Club FRONT ROW, left to right: Barbara Wilkinson, Pam Drew, Barbara Cole, Karen O ' Meara, Peggy Tul- loch, Roger Gill, Victoria Kelley, Susan Dunphy, Judy Belanger, Pam Gill, Joyce French, Sharon Mur¬ phy, Hilda Rego, Virginia O ' Hara, Linda Lou Ellis, Richard Viprino. SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Fickett, Patsy Daley, Laurel Pierce, Valerie Rich, Pam Des- champs, Jean Conlin, Mary McDermott, Bonnie Mac- Pherson, Elizabeth Moore, Phyllis Nickerson, Olive - Jean Ellis, Anita Sanford, Deborah Ullman, Joanne Leonard, Janet Leonard, Gail Nickerson, John Sher- win. THIRD ROW: Paula Lussier, Suzanne Baker, Judy Sparrow, Marsha Gould, Susan Horton, Linda Viprino, Christine Seaman, Elaine Ellis, Sandra Atwood, Dianne Higgins, Kathy Dunham, Eliza¬ beth Henry, Linda Monzon, Mary Ann Hendrick¬ son, Lorraine Taylor, Pat Neese, Sandra Carpenter. BACK ROW: David Philbrick, Frank Gallant, Step¬ hen Brown, William Felt, George Luscombe, An¬ drew Delory, Edward Brown, Kenneth Williams, Winthrop Farwell, Lawrence Vanderburgh, Thomas Nadeau, Malcolm Letts, Neal Parent, Christopher Brown, Charles Jennings. ' " " TOUll Lingo GREY WINTER OCEAN Grey winter ocean, Sing now your hymns In rhythmic thunder On cold and damp sand. Clash the cymbols Of spray back to water; Sing with the wind, The wind in the backgrass. ( Your song is of freedom, Of spirit unleashed; Sing to the storm clouds And lofty cold dunes. In summer the bolder Splashed in the surf: The others just lay On your beaches and sunned. The sun on your waters, You smiled at them then; But you smiled at them all And the smile was unmeaning. At last they are gone And you ' re left to yourself To smile if you choose Or tumble and roar. So grey winter ocean, Sing now your hymns In rhythmic thunder On cold and damp sand. Sarah Ullman Grade 11 AMERICA, AND OUR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS America ' s problems, in my estimation, are not new, but instead very re¬ mote. They reach back to about the end of World War II. Since then we have begun to feel that we are the people everyone should look up to and respect. Perhaps those are our feelings, but are we being fair in expecting other people, who have been brought up under entirely different theories, to follow us and think that we are doing the right thing? Of course not, and we are going against all our principles if we accept this narrow-minded outlook. Since the war, we have had several countries, friends and otherwise, tell us that they want the Yankees to go home. Iceland has said it, and Japan has said it; the Middle East, the Far East, and Europe have all made it equally clear. We may mean no harm, in fact, I ' m sure we don ' t, but it is quite obvious that we aren’t exactly worshipped abroad. We seem to have the feeling we are " aiding " these poverty-stricken countries. True, in our narrow poiftt of view, we are, but our gifts are accepted only with suspicion and envy. Why? We are showing them only our wealth, not friendship; friendship cannot be pushed or forced, bought or sold. It can only be offered. Why then can’t the United States offer a little REAL friendship to these countries? George Boyd Grade 11 GREAT BALLS OF FIRE Balls of fire have been seen in the sky through-out the Ages. Many thoughts have accompanied their appearance; some of wonder, some of fear. The Greeks would have thought that Jove was angry, while the Israelites would have welcomed the sight of a ball of fire as a message from God. And if a person of the Middle Ages had happened to see a ball of fire, he would have trembled with fear because he would have thought it a warning, not an omen. The seventeenth century scientists discovered these balls of fire were comets and that some were meteors which burned when they hit the Earth’s atmosphere. The People of the twentieth century know that balls of fire are not all a phenomena of nature; some are man-made satellites. Satellites could be a powerful weapon of war. So the people of today fear objects in the sky because of the knowledge of them, whereas the people of the earlier time feared them because of ignorance. Are we going back to the time of the Greeks, who were afraid of fire balls and of angering a mightier power? Susan Porteous Grade 11 KING HENRY THE FOURTH King Henry the Fourth was a sly old soul, He disposed of King Richard without any toil. He had a fine son, Harry Monmouth by name, But Harry had for his friends some men of ill-fame. Among his low friends was a fat one, Falstaff, Whose figure was subject to many a laugh. Jack’s greatest ability, although not for the good, Was lying his way out of all that he could. Henry was composed and able with mind and hand, But he needed his son to keep peace in the land. So he blasted his son with one little motion And then built him up to a terrible explosion. Said hot-tempered Harry to his father, " My Lord, I ' ll take care of Hotspur with this very sword. " After the battle, leaving Hotspur dead, With Falstaff and the others in his life was led. It finally happened that old Henry died, And Harry became king, putting Falstaff aside. Jon Fuller Grade 9 LIFE Life can be compared to so many things. Our life is like a tree. A little seed takes root, and it begins to nourish itself beneath the ground. As the days pass by, the roots shoot up above the ground and begin to spread into branches. One main branch forms a trunk and from this trunk little branches emerge. The center of the trunk is composed of a heart or ambition, and it is this heart that keeps these branches growing. Some of the branches fall off and die. Some protect the trunk from winds and rains. But the roots are al¬ ways there, and the roots never change. Life is like a brick wall. The wall must be built. In the beginning a foun¬ dation is laid, tools are acquired, and later on a blueprint is decided upon. Each accomplishment in life is another brick. At each failure a brick falls. This endless building keeps up until the wall is complete. Some are never complete. Some would tumble at the first wind. Life can be said to be a night spent in a lighted room. In this room are all the tools, to complete a job. During this night a job must be done. The lights in the room are love, faith, and hope. If any of these lights go out, the job cannot be done. Whatever happens, when the morning comes, the sun shines, and we leave our room to enter the greatest light of all. Life is like a country road. It is curved and has many turn offs. Some are dead ends and some are opportunity. As you walk down this road, there are many mail boxes. Either these mail boxes are full or empty. Life is like that. Life can be full or empty. It is what you make it. Nancy Dodd Grade 11 THE GOOD SAM ARITON Once upon a time there was a man (actually there were many men, but I ' m going to tell you of just one man). However, I’m not too sure of my last statement as I have not decided if Sam was a man. Well, whatever the case, let us proceed. This man ' s name was Sam Ariton. At the time of this inci¬ dent he lived in a well-to-do section of the New York Slums. Sam was an apprentice to a rich Switch-Blade sharpener. His main chore was tG deliver the articles to their various owners. Sam ' s greatest weakness was that he was a nut on humanitarianism. He often paused on deliveries to help a stray cat, find a lost dog, or walk an old lady across the street. Sam has been known to spend his week ' s wages on parrot food. Let me proceed to tell you how he received the prefix Good. On March 1, 1950, two prominent gangs, the Hornets and the Bees, had been assigned to stage a rumble at the corner of Peaceful Avenue and Happy Street. This locality consisted of movie theaters, pool rooms, coffee houses, and other honest, or may I say semi-honest as each was a front for a racket, business establishments. At precisely 7:01 our two boys ' clubs appeared. The Hornets came to the scene by way of the coffee house, and the Bees arrived from the pool room. After everyone that was not included in the battle had reached cover, the even¬ sided teams proceeded to whip out their toys: switch-blades, clubs, and home¬ made pistols. After hearing final strategy, the two groups entered hand-to- hand combat. At 7:30 the two teams retreated, or at least those who could, did. It was rather a mess: the blood in the drains and gutters, raw hunks of meat, and small pieces of skin. However, one of the leaders was lying there with just a broken leg. It just so happens that our friend Sam had been out that night trying to drum up business. When he arrived at the scene, he noticed all the dull, dis¬ carded switch-blades. So, like any good apprentice to the business, he picked all the blades up and started toward the shop. When he noticed the guy with the broken leg, he rushed to him and offered assistance. Playing dumb, the leader said he had been attacked by robbers. It also just so happens that the friend with the broken leg was very thankful. It is said that in certain circles, this story turned into a Proverb. It ' s called the story of the Good Sam Ariton; sometimes slurred, it is pronounced Samariton. Benjamin Rowell Grade 10 ”Vrr.„ fjfetsW VARSITY PLAYERS: Bonnell Chase Dunsford Henry A. Knowles H. Knowles Mac Arthur Moore Reed Rogers Tulloch VanBuskirk Winchester t i t MANAGER: Delaney WON 4 i LOST 0 1 TIED 2 Soccer LETTER Atwood Cochran Daisy Delaney Hammatt Holt Leonard Atwood Leonard Pierce Murphy Daisy Schofield McPhee Moore Rowe WINNERS Moore Murphy Pierce Rowe Schofield Turner Winslow McPhee Girls ' Basketball FRONT ROW, left to right: Paula Hatch, Amy Hooper, Barbara Chase, Barbara Dunsford. SECOND ROW: Miss Garfield, coach, Sandra Dunsford, assistant manager, Carol St. Aubin, Susan Richards, Susan Eldridge, Pamela Drew, Dorothy Anne Delaney, manager. This season the girls ' varsity basketball team put forth a great deal of fight and spirit which won them second place in the Lower Cape schools. The J. V. team was undefeated this season which shows that there is some excellent material for the future varsity teams. Both teams displayed outstanding team¬ work and effort; Nauset can be proud. i I i i i Girls ' . V. Basketball Team FRONT ROW, left to right: Joan Boyer, Dorothy Huntley, Sandra Sparrow, Pa tricia Neese, Bonnie Mac Pherson, Jane Barry, Sally Hooper. ' SECOND ROW: Miss Garfield, coach, Jessica Tovrov, Bonnie Cooper, Janet Huntley, Eliza¬ beth Brooks, Judy Belanger, Karen Constant, Sandra Dunsford, and Margaret Tulloch, assistant managers. Boys’ J. V. Basketball Team FRONT ROW, left to right: Donald Thimas, co-manager, Jon Fullet, Richard Burling, Dennis Allmon, Frank Whiting, John Reynolds, Philip Morton, Tom Nadeau, manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Miller, Fred Turner, John Perre¬ ault, Thomas Cochran, Keith Van Buskirk, Malcolm Letts, Lester Taylor, Richard Edwards, co-manager. PLAYERS: Schofield Crowell Wiles MANAGERS: D. Rose B. Hammatt LETTERWINNERS; Daniels Stevenson Gill Atwood Joseph Pierce FRONT ROW, left to right: Linda Opderbeck, Diane Dupuis, Tresea Ryder. SECOND ROW: Sybil Weber, Nancy Nickerson. THIRD ROW: Judy Curtis, Diane Stevenson, Bette Anne Young. FRONT ROW, left to right: Shirley Maclntire. SECOND ROW: Susan Dunphy, Cynthia Lavallee, Paula Deschamps, Cheryl Nickerson, Susan Swan, Judy Eldredge. ■■ ■ ' . Track STANDING, left to right: Coach Edwards, Martin Rich, Gene Scho¬ field, Wesley Drown, Brian Monzon, Joe Davis, David Philbrick. KNEELING: Tom Souza, Ronald Worsley, Tim Fife, Wayne Carron, Charles Savage, Fred Walters. We regret that last year ' s softball team has been excluded from this edition of Nauset Tides; no pictures were taken, and no information is available. Our apologies to the 1960 softball team. The Editors FRONT ROW, left to right: Richard Stevenson, John Hinckley, Lionel Gill, Bruce MacPherson, Dayton Chapin, Peter Soule, Vernon Costa, Reese Leonard. SECOND ROW: Richard Hoffman, John Reynolds, Roger Gill, Paul Daniels, Da¬ vid Atwood, Jay Schofield, George Boyd, Minot Reynolds, Coach Donahue. ( amp s Class Will (corn.) I, Agnes Carey, leave my curls to Susan Porteous. I, Linda Gregory, leave my boisterous donkey laugh to Sabra Lombard. I, Edith Greggson, leave my speed in gym class to Dorothy Delaney. I, Daniel Ireland, leave doing a hundred and twenty in my father ' s Pontiac. I, Janice MacArthur, leave my Model " A to Auto Mechanics class. I, George Morin, leave my clear persuasive powers of speech to Chester Landers. I, Nancy Sproul, leave with a cheer - FIGHT!! I, Virginia O ' Hara, leave my red hair to a certain relative on the faculty who needs it badly. I, Arthur Fancy, leave my distillery to the home economics class. I, Meredith Fancy, leave my sheepish smile to Karen Seaman. I, Barbara Fickett, leave my chair with the wheels to next year’s office practice class. I, Dick Stevenson, leave Mr. Guarino with peace of mind. I, Chandler Crowell, leave my belligerent attitude to Ronald Worsley. I, Wayne Joseph, leave my nickname " Josie " to Marsha " Josephine " Richey. Senior Prom The Senior Class devoted a great deal of time and effort to the planning and decorating for their gala Senior Prom. It was decided that it would be more beneficial to our treasury if we would limit the cost of the decorations and hold the dance during the Christmas vacation when many of the Alum ni would be home from college. Thus, the Senior Prom and Alumni Dance of the class of ' 61 came into being. The old gym was transformed into a " Moonlight Fantasy. " Silver stars, suspended from midnight blue streamers, surrounded dancing silhouettes. The streamers were drawn together at one point over the stage and a gold half-moon complemented the picture. Pine boughs covered with artificial snow, a small evergreen tree illuminated with blue lights, and sleigh bells all helped to carry out the theme. The night of December,28, 1960, will remain in the thoughts of all those who attended as a wonderful and enjoy¬ able evening. PRIZE SPEAKING CONTEST May 24, 1960 Introducing each speaker MARC ANTONY ' S ORATION, Shakespeare A DREAM WITHIN A DREAM, Poe SIDNEY CARTON IN THE BASTILLE, Dickens THE ARTIST’S LIFE LIFE ' S GIFTS, Schreiner GOING FOR WATER, Frost DREAM OF EUGENE ARAM, Hood WORLD WAR III, Frank THE SHELL, Stephens THE HAUNTED PALACE, Poe WOMAN SUFFRAGE, Anthony A WANDERER ' S SONG. Masefield GETTYSBURG ADDRESS, Lincoln MEDEA ' S FAREWELL TO HER CHILDREN, Euripides DANNY DEEVER, Kipling Alison Ullman Leonard Pierce Michele Harris Mary Sheehan Sheila Bonnell John Stewart Sally Rogers Jonathan Fife Susan Richards Cathy Baldwin Gail Koch Robert Kidd Jeanette Caurant Kathleen Peters David Willard second first third Variety The Voice of Cole " Paris Imports " THE HI FI ' S ANYTHING " TILL THERE WAS YOU " Nancy Cole CAN-CAN Nausetieres " GRISTEDES " Cathy Baldwin " LITTLE BROWN GIRL " Ellen Westergaard Brenda Hoffman KREMLIN CAROL Richard Burling Robert Richardson VIOLIN AND PIANO DUET Hilda Rego Earl Luscombe THERE AIN’T NOTHING LIKE A MALE Senior Girls ZEKE THE FREAK Dennis Marsh " DOLL DANCE " PIANO SOLO John Aparrow ROCKING AND ROLLING Pam and Jean NAUSET REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Mr. James Musical entertainment Show All the girls in the English boarding school agree: " There is Nothing Like A Male. " CAN HAPPEN NAUSET REGIONAL BAND Mr. James " YOU’LL NEVER WALK ALONE " Ida Jane Sell " BYE BYE LOVE " Pam and Paulette PIANO SOLO Earle Luscombe NAUSET PIPERS Salle, Linda, Sue, and Dick " DO, RE, MI " Miss Stevenson’s Class BEATNIKS LIFE The Really Beats TRAMPOLINE ACT The Tramps THE HI FI’S MASTERS OF CEREMONY Ray Squire Andy Pierce Enjoyed by all. The Oldtimer was the hit of the show. Junior Prom Early in the year, the Junior Class began planning for its largest and most exciting event of the year. A committee was set up, with Janie Winchester as chairman. " Sakuragari Ichi” (Cherry Blossom Time in Japanese) was finally chosen for the name of the prom. Planning for the decorations then began. Being the first junior class in Nauset Regional High, we were lucky enough to be able to have our prom in the new gym¬ nasium. Small white picket fences and an archway, which we adorned with ivy and roses, were obtained for the occasion. These separated the dance floor from the tables, which were partially set on artificial grass. Light and dark blue streamers lowered the ceiling in a shape to give an oriental effect, and a huge parachute was suspended over the band ' s platform to afford better acoustics. Purchased Japanese lanterns and wind chimes were the finishing touches to the Japanese theme, and beautiful sprays of cherry blossoms, compliments of Mrs. Winchester, made it complete. At last 8:00 P.M., May 6, 1960, came, and dancing to the music of Mel Von and his band was enjoyed by all. One-Act Plays 1960 " DAD TAKES A REST CURE " " THE FIRST DRESS-SUIT " PAUL SPLITS THE ATOM " vW W]| ' ADVERTISERS Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of 1961 FULLER’S PACKAGE STORE ROGERS AND GRAY INSURANCE IMPORTS EMILIEN J. PERREAULT Beautiful Imports From the Far East -MASON- Kyoto Imports Rock Harbor Road Orleans, Mass. LOUIS K. GREGORY Compliments to the Class of 1961 RYONE’S REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Brewster, Mass. Orleans 505-W NICKERSON’S Route 6 AUTO BODY SERVICE Accident Work North Eastham ARTHUR C. NICKERSON No. Eastham, Mass. Tel. Orleans 348-M3 Compliments of Compliments of VI AND MACS LUNCHEONETTE Main Street, Brewster HOPKINS CLEANERS Compliments of IVY LODGE Orleans, Mass. Main Street East Orleans Tel. Orleans 290 Good Luck and Best Wishes to the Class of 1961 ROBINSON’S 5£ - lOf - 25£ - $1.00 STORES Orleans and So. Yarmouth Compliments of EDEM CRAFT SHOP WELLFLEET PACKAGE STORE Where Cape Craftsmanship Adds Extra Value to Your Gift Aluminum Craft and Other Unusual Crafts Cranberry Scoops Compliments of Shell Tables Ceramics Route 6 at Nauset Road ORLEANS CENTER MOTEL North Eastham Phone Orleans 1161 - W Compliments of CAPE BAY COTTAGES NAUSET OIL CO., INC. Ellis Landing Watchdog Service East Brewster Mass. Budget Payment Plan Kerosene and Fuel Oil Compliments of Phone Orl. 699 or 783 HUNTLEY’S Orleans, Mass. FLYING -A- STATION WILLIAMS’ GARAGE G. CARLTON CLARK Brewster, Mass. 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