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

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It is both a challenging and a rewarding experience, and I extend sin¬ cere congratulations. SGP:D Yours very truly, Sydney G. Pierce Superintendent of Schools 4 PRINCIPAL Left to Right: L. Isabelle Brackett Secretary, Theodore L. Hicks Vice Chairman, Kenneth A. Snow, Everett C. Winslow Chairman, Ruth Boyer, Winthrop A. Griffin, Robert M. Burrill. VICE PRINCIPAL Vice Principal STANLEY E. SMITH JR. Boston University A.A., B.S., M.Ed. Math, Guidance, Administration 5 A GLADYS M. ADAMS Boston University, A.B., Ed.M.; English, Read¬ ing. I » PHYLLIS S. BAKER Simmons College, B.S.; Librarian. STANLEY M. BOYNTON Clark University, Boston University, B.A., M.Ed.; Mathematics. S. STEWART BROOKS j Princeton University, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.; Latin, History. 6 Springfield Science. ROBERT BRUCE DONALD CAMPBELL College, B.S.; Biology, General West Virginia Wesleyan, A.B.; Social Studies. RICHARD W. COCHRAN Tufts University, B.S.; Mathematics. BERNARD C. COLLINS JR. Fitchburg State Teachers College, B.S.; In¬ dustrial Arts, Math, Auto Mechanics, Mechani¬ cal Drawing. ELIZABETH F. COLLINS Home Economics. EDWARD A. DICKINSON JOHN DONAHUE THOMAS W. ECK Boston University, B.S.; European History, Dartmouth College, B.A.; Physical Education. University of Vermont, B.S.; English. World History, Civics, Social Studies. 7 DOROTHY M. FULCHER Bridgewater State Teachers College, B.S.E., M.E.; Social Studies. ROSLYN GARFIELD New York University, Columbia University, B.S., M.A.; Algebra, Math, Science, French. DAVID GATES Stonehill College, Bridgewater State College, B.S., M.Ed.; Science. ELIZABETH BARTLETT GORDON RICHARD B. GREENMAN ELISABETH HOOKER The New School for Social Research, Harvard, Harvard, Boston University, A.B., Ed.M.; Smith College, A.B., M.A.; English. The Sorbonne, Columbia, B.A., M.A.; French. Ancient History, Current History, U.S. History. 8 F. K. HUTCHINGS Wentworth Institute, University of Massachu setts, B.A.; History, Civics, Geography. FRANK BERTELLE JAMES New England Conservatory of Music, Bachelor of Music; Band, Or¬ chestra, Music Theory, Band Workshop, Dance Band, Majorettes. ANDREW KALINICK University of Massachusetts, Clark University, Springfield College, A.B., A.M.Ed.; Director of Guidance. i ILONA KINZER University of Amsterdam, M.A. MARY A. LEARY French. Boston University, B.S., M.C.S.; Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Business Arith¬ metic, General Business. Bridgewater Education. JANET LILLY State College, B.S.Ed.; Physical FRANCES MAYFARTH James Millikin University, Columbia, Ed.D., L.H.D.; English. « LEO P. MILLER Fitchburg State Teachers College, B.S.E.; Special Class. ROBERT M. MORSE Tufts University, A.B., Ed.M.; English. BETTY D. MURPHY EDWARD F. O’BRIEN JOHN F. O’HARA Tufts University, A.B., English, French. Boston College, Boston Teachers College, B.S., Mathematics, Shop. M.Ed.; Physics, General Science. 1 JAMES E. OWENS Rhode Island School of Design, New York Uni¬ versity, B.F.A.; Art, General Science. CAROLYN RICHARDSON Boston University, Bridgewater State College, B.S., M.Ed.; Commercial, Shorthand, Typing, Accounting. MURIEL BENZ SMITH Radcliffe College, B.A.; Reading. DOROTHY EMERSON WORDELL Boston University, Bachelor of Music; Music. EDWARD M. YORK University of Massachusetts, B.S.; Biology, Chemistry. HAROLD A. ZANTOW Brown University, N.Y. Univ., Columbia, Stevens Institute Tech., Michigan Mines, Ph.B., M.S.; Mathematics. i i " Sand Dunes — the Backbone of the Cape ” SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Betsy Brooks, Treasurer; David Atwood, President James Packett, Vice President; and John Sparrow, Secretary. JOHN PETER ANDERSEN “Handy Andy” “For what shall it profit a man, if he gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” To work for the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and for ' the coming of His kingdom. Activities: One Act Play Competition 2, 3; Photography Club 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3. Hobbies: Swimming, Boating, Dixieland Jazz, Feminine Pulchritudes. DAVID EARLE ATWOOD “Cliff Clingenhagen” “Oh, fi’ dollar.” Teacher and Coach Activities: Jr. Honor Society 2; Sen. Honor Society 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain.4; Class President 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 2, Historian 4; Variety Show Jr. M.C. 2, 3. Hobbies: Girls, Bowling, Basketball, Fishing, Driving. JANE PAFF BARRY “Janie” “For heaven’s sake” College Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 3; Basketball 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3, 4. Hobbies: Skating, Ballet, Sailing, Beachcombing, Tennis. CHARLES WILLIAM BERRIO “Certainly” Activities: Junior Prom; Track 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Cars, Work, Pool, Just Diddling. “Chick” U.S. Navy “Dyana” Nursing School DIANA PATRICIA BEAVERS “Huh? What?” Activities: Entered 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Chorus 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Walking, Reading, Records, Dancing. SUSAN JANE BESSOM “Sue” “Oh, I don’t care.” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 3, 4; New England Music Festival 4; Photography Club 1; Girls’ State Representative 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Mariners, Boating, Animals, Listening to the Radio, Watching T.V. STEPHANIE ANN BLAKELEY “Muffet” “But I don’t under stand.” Legal Secretary Activities: Varsity Cheerleading 1, 3; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 2; Majorette 2; Office Help 3; Junior Prom; Yearbook Staff 3, 4. Hobbies: Sewing, Babysitting, Water Skiing, R.E.G. 14 ELISABETH CRAWFORD BROOKS “Betsy” “Beats me.” College Activities: Class Treasurer 4; Variety Show 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball Manager 2; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Skating, Sailing, Cooking, Sewing, Just Being With People. . .. II . . - JOAN BOYER “Head” “Greetings” Horses Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Orchestra 3, 4; Photography Club 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 3. Hobbies: Horses, Sailing. CHERYL LOUISE CATON “Tiger” “Stop the world, I want to get off.” Women’s Air Force Activities: Entered 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; One Act Plays 3; Prize Speaking 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; Variety Show 4. Hobbies: Writing, Singing, Acting, Swimming, Skiing, Skating, Driving, Dancing. LINDA FAY CHAPIN “Stop it” Activities: Senior Prom. Hobbies: Riding, Skiing, Swimming, Painting, Sailing, Cooking, Jce Skating. “Lin” Secretary DAVID JOHN CONSTANT “Oh ya.” Hobbies: Cars, Working, Money, Ice Skating, ELIZABETH BARTLETT CHIPMAN “Liz” “Are you serious?” Undecided Hobbies: Collecting Records, Collecting Sweaters. PAUL STEPHEN DANIELS Activities: Baseball 4; Basketball 4. Hobbies: Sports. 16 KAREN CONSTANT “How about that.” College Activities: J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Chorus 3; Student Council 1. Hobbies: Tennis, Swimming, Skating, Having Fun. “Re Re” Work .a - -- . .. . : 1 " ' " ' " ' " MARIE EDNA DENNISON “I might as well give up.” Activities: Chorus 2; Glee Club 2; Honor Society 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Reading, Sleeping, “Giving away money.” STEPHEN NELSON DION “Ferndoc” “Money isn’t everything, but it’s way ahead of whatever’s in second place.” College Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Chorus 2; Variety Show 1. Hobbies: Cooking, Swimming, Eating. i ROBERT PRESTON DOEPPER “That’s right, too.” Activities: J.V. Basketball 2; Soccer 3. Hobbies: Fishing, Golf, Swimming, Basketball. DIANE IRENE DUPUIS “Did” “We’ll see.” Medical Secretary Activities: J.V. Cheering 1; Varsity Cheering 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; FTA 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Student Secretary 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Com¬ mittee. Hobbies: Shopping, Children, Horseback Riding, Water and Snow Skiing, J.M.P. “Pookie” Service, then College JAMES RAYMOND EHRHART “Jimmy” “Buck” Mechanical Engineering Activities: J.V. Basketball 1; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 4; Junior Prom; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1; Yearbook Staff 1, 3; Student Council 3; Band 2; Sports Reporter 2; One Act Plays 2; Class Treasurer 1. Hobbies: Cars, Bowling, Swimming, Girls. RICHARD DAVID EDWARDS “Tricky-Dick” “See how steady my aim is? That’s ’cause I don’t smoke, drink, or kiss girls.” College Activities: Entered 2; Class President 2; Honor Society 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4, Vice President 4; Southeastern Branch Convention 3; State Convention 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3; Yearbook Staff 2, 4; Photography Club 2, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Soccer 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Announcer 3, 4; Sports Reporter 3, 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, $50 Gift Certificates, Dodging Coaches, “A Big Bad Olds.” “Di” Marriage DIANN LYNN GILL “Don’t,, sweat it.” Activities: Chorus 2; Softball 2; Art 1, 2. Hobbies: Dancing, R.A.M., Collecting Records, Hacking Around, Mostly Doing Nothing. ROGER EVERETT GILL “Ya gotta keep her mother happy.” “Rog” Car Dealer Activities: One Act Plays 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Class President 3; French Club 2, President 2; Baseball 1; Soccer 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Art 1, 2, 3. Hobbies: Cars, Acting, S.A.B. 18 mm KENNETH LEWIS HALL JR. “Let things fall where they may.” Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Cars, Hunting. JUDY ANNE HASTINGS “I’ll never tell.” Activities: Library Aid 2; Office Help 4; Hobbies: Talking, Driving, Sleeping. “Strings” Practical Nurse Glee Club 2; Chorus 2; Student Council 2. LESLIE ERNEST HAYMAN “That’s the finest kind.” Activities: Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Cooking, Cars, Boats. PAULA JOAN HATCH “Paula” “You can’t fool me.” Teaching Activities: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Class Vice President 1, 3; Student Council 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 1, 4; Senior Prom; Junior Prom; Library Aid 3, 4. Hobbies: Softball, Basketball, Water Sports, Tigers, Skating, Listening to Records. JOHN HOGG “Remember the Alamo.” Activities: Entered 4; Baseball 4. Hobbies: Mechanics, Girls. CONSTANCE ALICE HOFFMAN “Better luck next time.” Hobbies: Records, Cars. “Connie” Beautician WILLIAM HENRY HOLT JR. “Oh, tell me another one.” ‘Hilly Bolt” Engineering Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; One Act Plays 1; Dramatics Award 1; Photography Club 1; Junior Prom; J.V. Basketball Manager 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3; Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap¬ tain 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Honorary Captain Soccer All-Stars 4; Boys’ State 3; Harvard Book Award 3; Student Government Day 4. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Vacation, Girls. RICHARD HENRY HOPKINS “Chard” “HUMPH” College Activities: Band 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer Manager 3, 4; History Award 2, 3; Student Council 4; One Act Plays 2, 3. Hobbies: Reading, Doing Nothing, Swimming, Driver Training, Art, Chess. 20 EARL WILLIAM KETCHEN “Ketch” “It wasn’t easy.” Commercial Pilot Activities: Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1; Junior Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Flying, Acrobatics, Drawing, Hunting, Fishing. PATRICIA KAREN IRELAND “Pat” “Huh?” Social Worker Activities: Basketball 1; Softball 1; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3, 4; New England Music Festival 4; Yearbook Staff 1, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Variety Show 1, 4. Hobbie: Water Skiing, Skating, Music, People, Summer. KAREN JANICE LANDERS “Liz” “That’s ridiculous.’’ Uncertain Activities: Class Secretary 1; Student Council 2; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 2; Majorettes 1, 2, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; F.T.A. 1. Hobbies: Serving, Hunting, Art. I ■ ’ : ' s RICHARD JOSEPH HENRICH KMIEC “Krusher” “One is what he is and what he makes of himself.” College Activities: Art 1, 2; Chorus 1; Track. Hobbies: Weight Training, Skin Diving, Hunting, Fishing, Finest Beach Parties, Fun— Plus. t ROLAND EDWARD LINNELL “Roily” “Whazzat?” College Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Soccer 1, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Student Council 4; F.T.A. 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Sports. “Tom” College THOMAS JAMES MARSH Activities: Track 3; Chorus 2; Basketball Manager 2. Hobbies: Flying, Leather Work. VIRGINIA PARKER MAYNARD “Geri” College Activities: Entered 2; Art 2, 3; Majorettes 2; Glee Club 2; Variety Show 2, 3; One Act Plays 2; Junior Prom 3; Class Secretary 3; Cheerleading 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Reading, Summer, Having Fun. CARL WILLIAM MacDONALD “Smile, you’re on Candid Camera.” “Bill” Photographer Activities: Track 3; Photography Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Photography Editor for Yearbook. Hobbies: Photography, Child Psychology, Electronics. 22 WILLIAM HILTON McKAY “Bill” “So what.” Undecided Hobbies: Sports, Scouting, Coaching Little League Baseball and Basketball. HELEN PATRICIA McCABE “Hellie” “Never wink at a bow-legged seagull, it just doesn’t pay nowadays.” College, Travel, Staying Single Activities: Entered 4. Hobbies: Drawing, Swimming. IB i STUART FREEMAN MOORE “Stu” I “That’s tough.” Activities: Class President 1; F.T.A. 1, 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Athletics, Music, Beachcombing. i GUY HALLIDAY NELSON “Guyzer” “Save your Confederate money, the South will rise again.” Obstetrician Activities: Track 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; New England Music Festival 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3. Hobbies: The Civil War, Music, Skating, Reading, French Horn. JOYCE CLEAVES NICKERSON “Joyce” ‘ " Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” College Activities: One Act Plays 1, 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Office Help 2, 4; Ticket Seller 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Trips to Boston, Collecting Plaid Stamps, Learning to Drive, Chatham. ARDATH HARVEY NICHOLS “Ardie” “Never can tell.” Home Economics Teacher Activities: Variety Show 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Help 3, 4; Softball Manager 3; Varsity Cheerleading 3; Library Aid 3; Audio-Visual Aid 3; Plimouth Plantations 3. Hobbies: Traveling, Sewing, Painting. I JAMES MANUEL PACKETT “Whackett” “It could be worse.” Teacher Activities: Entered 2; Soccer 3, 4, All-Stars 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 4, Vice President 4; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Sports, Sleeping, Working. D.I.D. 24 NANCY ELLEN NICKERSON “Nance” “I promise I’ll be good.” College Activities: J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Softball 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Class Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 3; Class Marshal 3; New England Music Festi¬ val 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2; School News Reporter 4; Variety Show 2; Office Help 3, 4. Hobbies: Sewing, Music, Reading, Skiing. JOHN CARLETON PERREAULT “John” “Say, Zeke” Undecided Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Audio-Visual Aid 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Cars, Shooting, A Girl. THOMAS JOSEPH PELLEGRINO “Tom” “RODENT” Air Force Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Audio-Visual Aid 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. LEE EMERSON PERRY “What?” Activities: Junior Honor Society 1, 2. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Cars. GLENN GEORGE PLIMPTON “Plankton” “Hmmmm . . .” College Activities: Honor Society 2, 3; Student Council 4; Chorus 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Fes¬ tival 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Baseball 3; Variety Show 2; Massachusetts Boys’ State Representative 3. Hobbies: C.Y.F., Sea Scouts, Girl Scouting, Sailing, Cars, Miscellaneous. “Fly Face” Career in Forestry “Dairy Queen” JOHN DOANE REYNOLDS “How’s your fern?” Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2. Hobbies: Sports. CAROLYN SUSAN RICHARDS “Suzy” “You only live once.” Modeling Activities: J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Softball 1; Variety Show 1, 4; School News Reporter 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; F.T.A. 1, 2; Pho¬ tography Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Knitting. MARTHA JOHNS RUCKERT “Marty” Don t tell a soul.” College—Musical Comedy Activities: Entered 3; Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Sleeping, Singing, Dating. BENJAMIN OTIS ROWELL “Jelly Roll” “What a skinch.” Head Shrinker Activities: Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Sports Cars. ARTHUR FRANCIS SANDERSON “Hult.” Activities: Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Electronics, Girls. TRESEA ANN RYDER “Mickey” Oh, Mother.” Undecided Activities: J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Acquiring Sports Cars, “Noodling Around,” Going to Basketball Games. “Spike” Service JUDITH ANN SENCABAUGH “How about that.” Activities: Chorus 2. Hobbies: Sewing, Cooking, Talking, Riding STEVEN PAUL SAVAGE “Scabbage” “Musicians make music, not long haired Teenagers.” Musician Activities: Student Council 2; Junior Honor Society 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Audio-Visual Aid 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; New Eng¬ land Music Festival 3, 4. Hobbies: Playing My Horn, Record Collecting, Walking, Forecasting the Weather. ( SANDRA ALEXIE SPARROW “Sandy” “Suffering is good for the soul.” Teaching Activities: Basketball 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 1, 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Librarian 4; Student Council 3; Junior Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; School News Reporter 4; Glee Club 1; Class Treasurer 2. Hobbies: Mariners, Cooking, Skiing, Teaching Sunday School, Knitting. JOHN KENDRICK SPARROW “F. A.” “Of course it works ... I built it.” Engineering Activities: Junior Honor Society 1; Senior Honor Society 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays 1; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3; New England Music Festival 3; Class Secretary 4. Hobbies: Tinkering With Machines, Sailing, Music, Electronics, Sleeping. KATHLEEN JANET STEBBINS “Kathy” “Whatie?” Teaching Activities: Entered 3; Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Cheerleader 4. Hobbies: Knitting, Singing. DIANNE LEE STEVENSON “Stevie” I might ever. Registered Nurse Activities: J.V. Cheering 1, Captain 1; Varsity Cheering 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Soft- ball 1; Class Vice President 2; One Act Play 2; FT A 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Office Help 3; Library Aid 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club Play 3, 4; Junior Prom; Field Hockey 4. Hobbies: fishing, I ruck Driving, Building, Being Feminine. 28 j ' _ _, „ _ u ARCHIBALD MARTIN TULLOCH “Censored” “Doesn’t everybody?” Architect Activities: Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Photography Club 1, 2, 3. Hobbies: Skiing, Diving, Hunting. FRED PRESCOTT TURNER “I hove it.” “Boozer” Teacher Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Volkswagens, M.Y.F., Church, Girls. « KEITH LOTHAIR VanBUSKIRK “Blip” “Nothing moves unless it’s pushed.” Coast Guard Academy Activities: President of the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils 4; Delegate to the U.N. 3; Alternate to Boys’ State 3; Junior Honor Sociey 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; New England Music Festival 4; Student Council 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Orchestra 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Competitive Sports, Sailing, Swimming, Music, Reading, Scouting. CYNTHIA DEE TURPIN “Cyn” “I ain’t too bright, but Pm friendly.” College Activities: Softball 2; Junior Prom; One Act Plays 3; Senior Prom; Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Traveling, Reading, Beachcombing, Writing, Sleeping. I 1 LELAND NORMAN WILLIAMS “Lee” “Hiya’ Sweets” College Activities: Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Skating, Cars, Parties, Horseback Riding, Basketball, Swim¬ ming, L.C. ELLEN JANET WESTERGAARD “It’s all in the game.” Activities: Softball 1; Chorus 2; Library Aid 3. Hobbies: Swimming, Skating, Horseback Riding, Dancing. “Bunny” Beautician I MARGARET STEVENS WRIGHT “Molly” “Beats the heck out of me.” College Activities: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Office Help 3; Variety Show 2, 4; One Act Plays 2; Dramatic Club Play 3. Hobbies: Reading, Mariners, Sleeping, Being Absent From School. PATRICIA LEE WILLIAMS “Willy” “Wait a minute.” Practical Nursing Activities: Variety Show 1; Basketball 1; Chorus 2; Library Aid 4; Plimoth Planta¬ tions 3. Hobbies: Horses, Swimming, Skating, Traveling, Sewing, Collecting Stuffed Animals. CONSTANCE LEE YOUNG “Connie” Registered Nurse Activities: Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Library Aid 4; Photography Club 1; Senior Prom; Glee Club 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing, Painting, Skating, Driving, Socializing. We, the graduating class of 1963, would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks to the entire faculty and to our class advisors, Miss Garfield and Mr. Smith. Throughout these last important months of our high school careers they have guided and advised us when we were uncertain, have encouraged us when we were disheart¬ ened, and have done their utmost to prepare us for our various futures. We shall ever remember and be grateful for their patient, untiring efforts on our behalf. What impressions did you leave at Nauset 4 Paula Marie Cynthia Freddie Mickey Stevie Cheryl Glenn Stephanie Chard Ardath Nance N Wmm CLASS HISTORY Four years ago we entered the halls of NRHS as the first freshman class in our new school. Along with the usual excitement and anticipation that comes with being a fresh¬ man, we were further delighted to see many new faces in the crowd. As soon as we had fallen into the routine of things, we elected our class officers. Vice President Paula was kept quite busy during fishing season when President Stu Moore had urgent busi¬ ness elsewhere. Liz was in charge of keeping our records straight, and our finances were handled by Jimmy Ehrhart (Buck). After elections we began work on our class dance, Superstition Stomp. That year we also displayed potential talent by winning the One Act Play competition with “Paul Splits the Atom,” which really started off with a bang. With Bill as the young chemist, Joyce, his teenage sister, John, the kid brother, and Roger as the father in his first of many roles—how could we lose? Our sophomore year began with us electing Rickey president, Stevie vice president, Nancy secretary, and Sandy treasurer. This was the year of Miss Hooker’s well-known Early Worms, who, with the aid of strong coffee, managed to stay awake long enough to brush up on grammar and punctuation. Among the esteemed members were Molly, Jane, Liz, Nancy, Geri, Stu and Stevie. Needless to say, all were as proud as punch when they received their diplomas. A date memorable in this English class was October 25, which is the anniversary of the Charge of the Light Brigade, The Battle of Agin- court, and the days of the Saints Crispin and Crispinian. This day is always joyously celebrated by having no homework. Invariably, before every test a familiar voice asked about Thomas Chatterton. Tell us, Molly, just who is Thomas C.hatterton??? This was the year that our European History class tried to ostracize a certain teacher, and Suzy and Geri compiled a dictionary of Rugged Ed terms. Aren’t we glad that Rollie and Jimmy Packett transferred to our school, for they have been such an asset to our athletic teams. Unfortunately, our dramatic attempt was not as successful as the pre¬ vious year. It’s such a shame because Art worked so hard to perfect his song and dance “Button, button—who’s got the button?” So endeth our sophomore year. Our junior year held up under the leadership of Roger as president and Paula as vice president. Geri took the minutes of our meetings and handled the correspondence, while Nancy took our hard-earned money. The biggest event of the year for us was our Junior Prom, “Blue Hawaii,” which, with Stevie as our able chairman, was a big success. In preparation for their trip to Plimoth Plantation, Ardath, Betsy, and Patty Williams learned how to dye wool with onion skins, while Tom and Leslie made bowls, ladles, nails and other utensils. How are the rafters holding up, Leslie?? Meanwhile, the chem lab was producing several budding chemists. We never did discover that un¬ known, did we Connie, but at least we learned how to use the centrifuge. Once again we failed to win the One Act Play Competition although our well-known Romeo, alias Roger, made a valiant attempt. Finally in the fall of 1962 we entered NRHS as full-fledged seniors. We were thoroughly prepared to relax and take it easy during our last year. This was more easily thought about than done, as we faced more obligations and activities than ever before. First on the agenda were class elections. We elected Cliffy president, Jimmy Packett vice president, John Sparrow secretary, and Betsy Brooks treasurer. This fall was our busiest, with exchanging pictures, being measured for caps and gowns, filing college applications, and preparing for our Senior Prom. On Valentine’s Day a certain group of seniors gave all recipients of singing valentines a surprise kiss. This resulted in an epidemic of Valentine kisses, which quickly spread throughout the school. Our exuberance and effervescence is now starting to wear thin, and we have turned to more serious thoughts of graduation and of our futures. Jimmy Connie Roger Leslie Linda Susan Bennv Vivian President Atwood Archie j V CLASS WILL I, Peter Andersen, leave my Latin-English dictionary to Dr. Brooks for he needs it more than I. I, David Atwood, leave my Cliffy Shot to Cecil Newcomb. I, Jane Barry, leave my wheezer to Mrs. Pond. I, Diana Beavers, leave ten inches of my ponytail to Mary McDermott. I, Chick Berrio, never left. I, Susan Bessom, leave grinding the gears with Mr. O’Hara screaming after me. I, Stephanie Blakeley, leave my curls to a future Shirley Temple. I, Joan Boyer, leave a bale of hay and a lump of sugar to next year’s Annie Oakley. I, Betsy Brooks, leave my nickname “Rufus Rarebit” to Shannon Scarry. I, Jimmy Ehrhart, better known as Jimmy Buck, leave ten years’ supply of white lined paper to the school. I, Cheryl Caton, leave with David Atwood’s head on my French book. I, Linda Chapin, leave my motor scooter to Melody Lorraine. I, Liz Chipman, leave my ready smile to Chris Seaman. I, David Constant, leave so quietly that no one knows I have left. I, Karen Constant, leave in a fit of hysterics. I, Paul Daniels, leave my tall, dark and handsome looks to David Hart. I, Marie Dennison, leave my enthusiasm for history to Mr. Greenman’s next current history class. I, Steve Dion, leave the memory of my dry, witty humor. I, Robert Doepper, leave my ability to write geography reports to Mr. Hutchings. I, Diane Dupuis, leave my gift of gab and gossip to Peggy Ry ' one. I, Rickey Edwards, leave now because I have to be in by ten. I, Diann Gill, leave my mild, quiet temper and thoughtful sayings to Miss Leary. I, Roger Gill, leave two twenty-five cent cigars to Mr. O’Brien. I, Kenny Hall, leave the tree I accidentally acquired from the Arbor-Day Committee. I, Judy Hastings, leave the red wheels on my blue car to Mr. Collins. I, Paula Hatch, leave my combination black wig and hat to Mrs. Pond. I, Leslie Hayman, refuse to leave anybody anything because nobody left anything to me. I, John Hogg, leave my nickname “Tex” to Billy Spear. I, Connie Hoffman, leave my acquired shyness to Cynthia La Vallee. I, Bill Holt, leave my straight A’s to George Luscombe. I, Chard Hopkins, leave picking a winner. I, Pat Ireland, leave my dimples to Bonnie MacPherson. I, Earl Ketchen, leave my cushion to Danny Joy, so that he, too, may reach the steering wheel. I, Richard Kmiec, leave my barbells to Frank Finn. I, Karen Landers, leave my famous saying, “May I get a drink of water, my eyes hurt.” I, Roland Linnell, leave my famous floor shift to the Ford Motor Company. I, Tom Marsh, leave with the money collected as Freshman class treasurer. I, Geri Maynard, leave looking around the corner for Mr. Smith. I, Bill MacDonald, leave my flash attachment to Bruce Campbell. I, Helen McCabe, leave Greg to Judy Belanger. I, Bill McKay, leave my warm smile and friendly attitude to Bruce Carron. I, Stu Moore, leave my home-made still to Judy Ellis. I, Guy Nelson, leave my musical ability to Sally Woodworth. I, Ardath Nichols, leave a needle and thread to the Singer Sewing Machine Company. I, Joyce Nickerson, leave for Chatham to defend a friend. I, Nancy Nickerson, leave with a warning to all about sitting in poison ivy patches. I, Jimmy Packett, leave my rolled over Renault to remind others to drive with both hands on the wheel. I, Tom Pellegrino, leave my Pilgrim outfit to Eric Anderson. I, John Perreault, leave my muffler to Mr. O’Hara. I, Lee Perry, leave my Pinky Lee hat in memory of me, Lee. I, Glenn Plimpton, leave with perfect posture, and a wide, wide grin. I, John Reynolds, leave still trying to figure out where Dave Ryder got all his passes to help Mrs. Baker. I, Susan Richards, leave the cafeteria with a yearly supply of desserts. I, Benny Rowell, leave my water skis to Dennis Marsh. I, Marty Ruckert, leave my mononucleosis germs to science for further study. I, Tresea Ryder, leave my mascara and eye shadow to Jessie Tovrov, whose supplies are low. I, Arthur Sanderson, leave my extra supply of magnetic tape to the audio-visual room. I, Stephen Savage, depart blowing my horn. I, Judy Sencabaugh, leave without saying a word. I, John Sparrow, leave my ability to play a variety of instruments to Janice Nickerson. I, Sandy Sparrow, leave my gullibility to Kathy Gallant. I, Kathy Stebbins, leave my golden locks to Susan Swan. I, Dianne Stevenson, leave my ability to organize and supervise to Suzy Nickerson. I, Marty Tulloch, leave my first name, Archibald. I, Freddy Turner, leave my panda smile to Mr. Greenman. I, Cynthia Turpin, leave the chemistry lab., stripped of its alcohol. I, Keith Van Buskirk, leave my agility and grace to next year’s basketball team. I, Ellen Westergaard, leave the telephone office in utter chaos. I, Lee Williams, leave my car to the Antique Automobile Collector. I, Patty Williams, leave my home-made delicacies to the Pillsbury Experimentation Center. I, Molly Wright, leave with the all-time record of missing 160 days of school. I, Connie Young, leave my vast wardrobe to Jackie Kennedy. Connie Diann Karen Jimmy | Helen Bill PROPHECY Peter Andersen has won the Academy Award for portraying “Elmer Gantry.” David Atwood was found stuck in the basketball hoop at Boston Garden when he refused to let go of his famous “Cliffy Shot.” Jane Barry can now be seen on Broadway as the lead in “The Girl in the Gray Flannel Skirt.” Diana Beavers is now teaching the fundamentals of cheerleading at the “Lungs, Inc., School of Cheerleading.” Charles Berrio can be found any day overseeing operations of his “Greasy Garage, Inc.” Susan Bessom gave up schooling at the University of Maine to become a ski and toboggan instructor in the winter and is the Northeast’s leading lady chicken rancher in the summer. Stephanie Blakely has invented a bump-free bumper, especially made for girls who drive their boy friends’ cars. Joan Boyer can now be seen at the Barnum and Bailey Circus, riding bareback on “Cream Puff.” Elisabeth Brooks has been seen daily on her own Home Economics Show. We saw a recent program titled, “Twenty-eight Ways to Prepare Corn Flakes.” James Ehrhart can now be seen blazing new trails on and off Cape Cod—mostly off and over the bridge! Cheryl Caton has just been re-elected national secretary for the Republican Party. Linda Chapin has opened a knitting mill of her own in Wyoming and is reportedly doing well. Elizabeth Chipman is now chief cook and opener at her own shellfish establishment. David Constant has just taken over Mr. O’Hara’s job as Shop Teacher. Karen Constant has gone to the Olympics to compete in swim¬ ming, skating, and tennis. Good luck, Karen! Paul Daniels can now be seen portraying Abraham Lincoln in several Civil War documentary TV films. Marie Dennison has just made a new record, “I Want to Get Married,” while Stephen Dion has just published the second “First Family Record.” Robert Doepper now heads the National Committee For the Im¬ provement of School Lunches. Diane Dupuis has just received as a wedding present a two years’ supply of TV Dinners. Richard Edwards is the new head of the National Committee on Safe Driving. Diann Gill has switched from softball to hardball and has re¬ placed Whitey Ford on the New York Yankees. Roger Gill is following in Mr. Greenman’s footsteps and has be¬ come a Current History teacher. Kenneth Hall can now be seen in Jordan Marsh during the Christmas season as the Number One Santa Claus. Judy Hastings has recently become a nurse and is making the rounds daily at Cape Cod Hospital. Paula Hatch has been awarded the Nobel Prize for her ability to explain. Leslie Hayman was last seen years ago leaving Mystic, Connecti¬ cut, on a whaling ship with Mr. Hutchings as first mate. John Hogg was last seen heading west on his faithful mule, Rover. Constance Hoffman is out syphoning gasoline from gas tanks in her spare time. William Holt has become a high pressure salesman for a ditch¬ digging machine company. Richard Hopkins has just written a best seller, “How to Get Along with Girls.” Patricia Ireland is daily riding the highways helping stranded motorists. It is rumored that Earl Ketchen is recuperating from injuries received when he fell out of his plane while doing a screaming swan dive in an air show. Richard Kmiec has recently replaced Jack LaLane on the morn¬ ing exercise show. Karen Landers reported she was going to give the name “Liz” back to Mr. Smith to give to the next up and coming seventh grade actress. Roland Linnell is now seen selling brand new cars that are guaranteed to last forever. Thomas Marsh can now be seen at Stan and Margaret’s flipping flapjacks. It is rumored that Virginia Maynard has just invented a fool proof way of getting out of taking tests which she is having patented. William MacDonald has replaced Billy the Kid and is now the fastest flash in the West. We hear that Helen McCabe, better known as “leg,” has just re¬ ceived the Physical Education Award of the Year. William McKay is now head of the Conservation Department of the Cape Cod National Seashore Project. Stuart Moore has reformed, and is now a social worker! He can be found daily making his rounds on the East Side of New York. Guy Nelson’s experience in track is helping him in his daily runs from delivery to delivery! Ardath Nichols has just been elected head of Plimoth Plantation. Joyce Nickerson can now be seen on the Perry Mason Show as a court stenographer. Nancy Nickerson’s book, “How to Double Cross a Boy Friend,” is tops on the best seller list. James Packett has been awarded the Playboy of the Year award! Thomas Pellegrino can be seen daily piping visitors aboard the 94 foot cutter in Provincetown. Where, oh where, is John Perreault?? The last we heard he was plugging an A.C. phonograph into a D.C. socket. Lee Perry has won the National Merit Award for stamping out the most forest fires in one season. Nice going, Lee. Glenn Plimpton is the inventor of the perfume that put Chanel 5 out of business, “Nine Days in a T-Shirt.” John Reynolds can be seen nightly at the Dairy Queen. Susan Richards always wanted to be a model and she can now be seen modeling model airplanes. Benjamin Rowell is now head of the largest pastry firm in the world known as the “Jelly Roll.” Martha Ruckert is replacing Elizabeth Doolittle as leading lady in the broadway production “My Fair Lady.” After vowing she would never marry, Tresea Ryder is now the “Old Woman in the Shoe” with so many children she doesn’t know what!! Arthur Sanderson’s extensive research on Communism for his Senior thesis has paved the way for his recent position, Ambassador to Russia. Steven Savage can be seen blowing bubbles through his saxo¬ phone on the Lawrence Welk show. Judith Sencabaugh can be seen on a weekly TV program dis¬ cussing current affairs. John Sparrow is now head of a home for Wayward Girls. Sandra Sparrow has recently won an award for photographs of wild deer taken outside her bedroom window. Kathleen Stebbins has recently been nominated the top doctor in the field of psychiatry. Dianne Stevenson can now be seen starring in the new TV series, “The Nurse.” Martin Tulloch has just accomplished the spectacular feat of trisecting an angle with a straight edge. Fred Turner, who is remembered by his classmates for his black Volkswagen, has recently patented a design for his new Boo-Wagon. Cynthia Turpin won a contest recently competing with a small boy in a freckle contest. Keith VanBuskirk has been promoted to Lt. Commander for in¬ venting a new type of leak plugger for the Navy. Ellen Westergaard has become the hair stylist for the First Lady. Leland Williams has opened a chain of snack shacks along the National Seashore. Patricia Williams won out in an audition for a part in a skit put on by nurses at her hospital. She has one line, “Hi, George.” After completing her course, Margaret Wright has opened her own studio offering a complete program in gymnastics for better physical health! Constance Young has recently won the title, “Miss Acrobatic Trancer of the Year.” 37 SENIOR PROM Bt HI 0 Early in November the theme “Swiss Chalet” was chosen for the Senior Prom. Following up this theme, the decorating committee, under the able leadership of Suzy Richards and Rickey Edwards, came up with some unique and attractive decorations. At one end of the gym a min¬ iature chalet was erected and furnished with a fireplace, skiis and poles. At the other end stood a Christmas tree complete with lights and tinsel. Decorations on all the walls, plus red and green streamers overhead, lent a holi¬ day air to the scene. Dancing to the music of “The Drifters” was enjoyed by all. Grand March J u N I 0 R P R 0 M mm vtf rr Sunset Brings in the Fleet ” A I JUNIORS FIRST ROW, Left to Right: P. Neese, R. Flint, B. MacPherson, S. Maclntire, S. Swan, J. Eldredge, J. Conlin, P. Deschamps, C. Nicker¬ son, S. Dunphy, P. Drew, E. Moore, M. Richey, C. Weber. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: J. Cole, S. Hooper, J. Belanger, D. Smith, S. Richmond, S. Woodworth, D. Huntley, S. Hill, K. Berger, C. Lavallee, M. McDermott, J. Ellis, C. Dunsford, L. Thomas. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: T. Nadeau, R. Robicheau, S. Eldredge, T. Ellis, P. Sinclair, M. Letts, J. Dignan. FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: E. Finlay, L. Baker, E. Anderson, F. Bowker, R. Gates, T. Hammett, F. Berrio, G. Luscombe, R. Anderson, B. Campbell, D. Thimas, D. Hart, R. Richardson. FIFTH ROW, Left to Right: S. Doyle, T. Higgins, D. Burns, P. Lovely, M. Murphy, D. Daniels, F. Whiting, D. Marsh, T. Ellis, W. Hokkanen, R. Taylor, B. Ellis. SIXTH ROW, Left to Right: L. Rawl, J. Tovrov, A. Conefrey, R. Kmiec, M. King, B. Carron, L. Taylor, J. Gregson, B. Besse, B. Cooper, M. Lorraine, L. Cole, S. Nickerson. | OFFICERS: Left to Right: President, Peter Lovely Vice President, Sue Nickerson Secretary, Paula Deschamps Treasurer, Judy Belanger TiinaiTi FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Miller, D. Higgins, S. Smith, L. Cardinal, T. Rice, J. Richmond, M. Ryone, J. Linsky, C. Rock, P. Lussier, S. Carpenter, L. Taylor, L. Monzon, D. Ullman, S. Horton, J. Sparrow, E. Pearson, J. Rose, A. Holler. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: J. Daniels, M. Landers, D. Parkington, M. Gould, P. Harris, B. Adams, C. Larson, E. Hayman, L. Pierce, P. Pierce, L. Viprino, L. McCandless, E. Ellis, S. Smith, S. Baker, P. Daley, J. Leonard, K. Dunham, K. Pike. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: L. Wilcox, J. Snow, W. Felt, C. Dalby, P. Hicks, C. Brown, E. Winslow, L. Squire, P. Sparrow, D. Joy, J. Doyle, P. Hoffel, J. Connors, R. Hayman, S. Brown, W. Deschamps, J. Schofield, A. Ryone, K. Coombs, S. Scarry. FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: B. Humphrey, C. Johnston, F. Perreault, T. Hollis, K. Mayo, A. Dunsford, A. DeLory, N. Brown, M. Smith, M. Sutton, C. Ellis, B. Ramsdell, J. Miller, J. Fickett, J. Crowell. FIFTH ROW, Left to Right: P. Ellis, J. Miller, K. Johnston, N. Cowen, D. Dougherty, L. Baker, J. Schoonejongen, M. Anderson, J. Cole, J. Mayo, C. Seaman, S. Atwood, J. Sawler, D. Peterson, P. Harris, M. Hendrickson, J. Gill, K. Gallant, S. Ferreira, J. Leonard, P. Gill. SIXTH ROW, Left to Right: R. Vandermay, J. Ambroult, B. Rose, B. MacFarlane, M. Walters, M. Norgeot, D. Smith, S. King, W. Far- well, J. Ilkovich, C. Newcomb, T. Collins, W. Spear, D. Ryder, S. Vallie, J. Pellegrino, B. Murphy. SOPHOMORES i OFFICERS: t Left to Right: Treasurer, Larry Squire Vice President, Freddy Perreault Secretary, Sue Horton President, Danny Joy FRESHMEN FIRST ROW, Left to Right: L. Lee, D. Purpura, N. Pearson, J. Bassett, G. Nickerson, B. Anderson, D. Murphy, C. Young, B. McClin- tock, M. Grindle, B. Snow, R. Adams, B. Anderson, G. McCoubrey, B. Perreault, K. Duffy, L. Ellis, L. Chase, P. Rawl. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: B. Cole, J. Nickerson, H. Smith, J. Holt, P. Deschamps, B. Henry, O. J. Ellis, B. Sears, L. Fitzgerald, L. Thorne, S. Campbell, D. Belisle, H. Nickerson, M. Creighton, L. Blakeley, K. Berger, K. Stevens, B. Campbell, P. Packett. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: D. VenTiquattro, J. Latham, C. Jones, R. Murphy, J. Ferreira, G. Higgins, J. Tovrov, D. Philbrick, R. Viprino, J. Dumont, D. Anderson, J. Francis, T. Laposky, B. Rongner, D. Stoddard, D. Monzon, T. Boyd. FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: T. Hollis, L. Wil¬ liams, J. Morton, J. Rainey, D. Young, R. Shaw, C. Peters, T. Murphy, C. Jennings, D. Sparrow, F. Gallant, B. Young, P. Burton, T. Berrio, E. Brown, P. Cole, C. Meads. FIFTH ROW, Left to Right: C. White, V. Rich, S. Grout, P. Turner, P. Nickerson, M. Foran, D. Crowell, C. Trahan, A. Sanford, D. Mickle, E. Tartaglia, A. Fields, J. Baker, R. Gallant, J. French, E. Doane, P. Murray. SIXTH ROW, Left to Right: J. Higgins, C. Cochran, T. Adams, G. Williams, R. Cowen, B. Savin, K. Williams, B. Higgins, R. Cochran, B. Hayes, R. Rapata, B. Coulson, D. Gifford, P. Eaton. I I I i OFFICERS: Left to Right: Secretary, Robin Adams Treasurer, Phyllis Nickerson President, Rickey Cochran Vice President, David Monzon EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW, Left to Right: L. Burton, C. Fisher, C. Ward, B. Frase, C. Neese, B. Callis, R. Rose, S. Putnam, M. Nickerson, S. Monzon, D. Campbell, N. Hokkanen, J. Rose, B. Adams, P. Meads. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Fulcher, L. Menard, M. Blakeley, P. Squire, M. Caton, M. Walsh, G. Higgins, K. Quinn, D. Silva, D. Ohmann, D. Thorlin, V. Joseph, V. Paine, S. Hayes. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: K. Viprino, S. Hayes, T. Fuller, B. Eldredge, D. Francis, E. Dumont, D. Felt, R. Eldredge, E. Young, C. Hoeffel, B. La- vallee, K. Newcomb, T. Hilferty, S. Pierce. FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: D. Bohannon, C. Walling, R. Eldredge, D. Young, D. Anderson, N. Weber, K. Doughty, G. Joseph, D. Delano, G. Philbrick, F. Snider, S. Jones, R. Fulcher, D. MacArthur. FIFTH ROW, Left to Right: M. Ramsdell, B. Whalan, I. Farrell, D. Rhodes, C. Richardson, C. Haynes, K. Larrimore, C. Lawrence, K. Wiley. SIXTH ROW, Left to Right.: R. Corrigan, W. Ormsby, S. Crosby, M. Harris, C. Gray, H. Dickey, A. Rich, G. Mayo, P. Trahan, D. St. Aubin, P. DeLory, G. Rockwell, R. Smith. OFFICERS: Left to Right: President, Gary Philbrick Secretary, Karen Rongner Vice President, Ronny Smith Treasurer, Georgette Higgins » 45 SEVENTH GRADE FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Miss Adams, M. Burgess, W. Lorraine, M. Lemoine, L. Brown, K. Viprino, J. Felt, P. Belanger, C. Bruce, S. Rose, E. Roy, A. Sherwin, S. Hoeffel. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Morse, P. Fernald, S. Higgins, S. Sparrow, M. Daley, D. Hope, M. Daley, M. Laposky, L. St. Aubin, J. Thorlin, L. Brawn, D. Thorne. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: J. Finlay, W. Eldredge, T. Gould, C. Higgins, G. Hogg, J. Joy, D. Brown, S. Nickerson, C. Atwood, K. Fates, W. Grover, G. Thompson, R. Clark, G. Putnam. FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: M. MacPherson, P. Humphrey, P. Francis, B. Pate, A. Pease, D. Campbell, E. Lindholm, T. Hayes, P. Nichols, S. Eddy, F. Robicheau, B. Rose, D. Smith, B. Van Buskirk. FIFTH ROW, Left to Right: R. Randall, K. Pike, S. Nickerson, P. Eaton, E. Burrill, L. Curran, N. Chase, J. Dunham, V. Hayes, K. Delano, P. Quinn, R. Larrimore, M. McCray, P. Hendrickson. OFFICERS: Left to Right: Vice President, Craig Higgins President, Scott Nickerson Secretary, Judy Dunham Treasurer, Jane Thorlin STUDENT COUNCIL ■ 1 ' T V - J -; %IPfl ■ ' ' li 1 7 7: 5 1 I ’ i . ■ • 5 ll Mr ' y 1 J k i 4 Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Mr. Guarino, M. Gould, B. Adams, S. Maclntire, J. Conlin, 0. J. Ellis, P. Hatch, S. Dunphy. SECOND ROW: B. Henry, K. Berger, J. Barry, P. Deschamps, M. Ryone, M. McDermott, J. Holt. THIRD ROW: R. Linnell, N. Brown, T. Nadeau, R. Ed¬ wards, S. Moore, G. Plimpton, R. Doepper. FOURTH ROW: D. Thimas, R. Hopkins, W. Farwell, K. VanBuskirk, R. Gill, W. Holt, R. VanderMav. Perhaps the most important organization at Nauset is the Student Council. It voices the opinions of the student body and tirelessly works toward its aim of harmony in the school. To obtain this end, the Council aids in the solution of problems concerning the students and their activities. After intelligent discussion and welcomed advice from their advisor, Mr. Guarino, the Council has a decision which it supports as a whole. This was a busy year for the N.R.S.C. It was host to a well planned and successful State Convention. This honor re¬ sulted from the election of Keith VanBuskirk to the position of President of the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils. As well as the State Convention, the Council provided for and managed a paperback bookstore for use by the students and faculty. With good management and an excellent choice of books, it couldn’t help but go off well. In addition, the Student Council voted to sponsor a scholarship to be given to a qualifying senior. To help finance the project, the Council held record hops after home basketball games on Friday nights. This year the Council also designed and approved a school jacket, which any member of the school may purchase. COUNCIL OFFICERS: Pre sident, Bill Holt Vice President, Richard Edwards Secretary, Jane Barry Corresponding Secretary, Paula Hatch HONOR SOCIETY Left to Right, FIRST ROW: S. Blakeley, J. Barry, S. Ferreira, D. Parkington, C. Larsen, J. Linsky, B. Adams, R. Flint, A. Sanford, L. Pierce, L. Cole. SECOND ROW: A. Conefrey, P. Murray, N. Nickerson, J. Leonard, E. Ellis, M. McDermott, C. Lavallee, J. Holt, A. Holler, P. Ellis, R. Rongner, E. Winslow, J. Ketchen, J. Fuller, S. Brown, C. Brown, J. Conners, L. Squire, D. Philbrick. FOURTH ROW: S. Eldredge, R. Hopkins, P. Anderson, K. VanBuskirk, B. Holt, N. Brown, L. Wilcox. Membership in the National Honor Society is based upon four important things: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. To qualify for membership, a student must maintain honor grades of A and B for two consecutive marking terms. Having met this requirement, he is then voted on by the faculty on the basis of the other three requirements. As the name of the society implies, all members are indeed honor students in every way. OFFICERS: Advisor, Mrs. Fulcher Vice President, Peter Anderson President, Keith VanBuskirk Secretary-Treasurer, Stephanie Blakeley i 49 •n r—nr— s ' ltoi ' - rt n rllHH WV. r Q ■ft’ -,v F.T.A. r ■ SJU I | ma lIS 1 A v fp FIRST ROW, Left to Right: L. Viprino, P. Deschamps, B. MacPherson, P. Hatch, S. Dunphy, B. Brooks, Miss Garfield. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: S. Sparrow, P. Deschamps, P. Ryone, B. Cooper, P. Packett, D. Dupuis. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: P. Gill, D. Atwood, J. Packett, R. Linnell, D. Stevenson. OFFICERS, Left to Right: President Paula Hatch, Vice President Bonnie Cooper, Secretary Dianne Stevenson, Historian David Atwood, Librarian Sandy Sparrow. Not shown Treasurer Jimmy Buck. 50 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: K. Berger, J. Nickerson, D. Parkington, J. Leonard, M. Walsh, S. Woodworth, D. Philbrick. SECOND ROW: J. Boyer, L. Monzon, N. Hokkanen, F. Turner, J. Sparrow, R. VanderMay, C. Meads, B. Humphrey, E. Winslow, L. Wilcox, P. Humphrey, M. Richey. THIRD ROW: R. Young, B. Ellis, G. Joseph, Mr. James, J. Leonard, A. Holler, K. Doughty, R. Eldridge, S. Savage, F. Bowker, P. Trahan, B. Campbell, R. Smith. BAND FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Smith, B. Humphrey, S. Doyle, M. Daley, D. Brown, M. Daley, M. Walsh. SECOND ROW: R. Hop¬ kins, C. Ellis, J. Rose, R. Viprino, G. Philbrick, P. Deschamps, R. Rongner, D. Hart, S. Nickerson, J. Latham, P. Murray, L. Chase, M. MacPherson, C. Meads, P. Hicks, M. Richey. THIRD ROW: Mr. James, B. Ellis, G. Joseph, D. Campbell, B. Young, C. Rock, B. Camp¬ bell, S. Savage, S. Hill, N. Brown, R. VanderMay, G. Nelson, P. Trahan, J. Sparrow, F. Bowker, K. VanBuskirk. Nauset’s black, gold, and white band uniforms have become a familiar sight to many people on the Cape. The Band has played at parades, the Cape Cod Music Festi¬ val, and in the Spring Concert. The band plays many types of music and is an organization in which Nauset can take pride . OFFICERS, Left to Right: Manager, N. Brown; Librarian, C. Rock; Manager, M. Richey; Captain, K. VanBuskirk; Librarian, S. Savage. MAJORETTES 52 Left to Right: L. Moore, C. Nickerson, P. Deschamps, J. Nickerson, A. Conefrey, K. Berger, D. Ullmon, M. Landers. CHORUS FIRST ROW. Left to Right: B. Henry, J. Cole, S. Grout, S. Dunphy, P. Ireland, S. Bessom, L. Cole, C. Caton, B. Cole, P. Gill, C. Seaman, N. Nickerson, C. Weber, P. Nickerson, A. Sanford. SECOND ROW: S. Carpenter, S. Richmond, M. Creighton, M. Ruckert, J. Barry, D. Belisle, V. Fones, J. Cole, D. Pike, B. Anderson, B. Anderson, H. Smith, L. McCandless, H. Nickerson, D. Beavers, R. Gallant, L. Viprino, D. Hay- man, K. Duffy, J. Bassett. THIRD ROW: B. McClintock, D. Purpura, S. Horton, S. Brown, G. Nelson, R. Gates, C. Cochran, A. DeLory, D. Marsh, K. VanBuskirk, J. Gregson, P. Lovely, G. Plimpton, R. Lovely, P. Morton, J. Schofield, C. Brown, K. Stebbins, S. Swan. GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Nickerson, S. Grout, S. Woodworth, C. Young, L. Cole, B. Cole, J. French, C. Weber, J. Cole, H. Nickerson. SECOND ROW: L. Thorne, J. Bassett, K. Stebbins, M. Creighton, M. Ruckert, D. Belisle, R. Gallant, A. Kane, G. McCoubrey, B. Anderson, S. Swan. _ fi ■ - ■ - ■ ■ ■Mit SMI ■ uwra PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Left to Right: Richard Edwards, Thomas Nadeau, Bruce Campbell, Susan Richards, Charles Jennings, Bill MacDonald, Mr. Owens. Photography Club members at work. 54 OFFICE PERSONNEL MRS. ELIZABETH BUCK - -I ' - _ WM _-- ' ■ ■■■•.■ IN MEMORIAM We respectfully dedicate this page to the memory of Mrs. Bettv Murphy, whose kindness, understand¬ ing, and humor will ever be remembered by those of us who knew her. DRAMATICS CLUB FRONT ROW. Left to Right: 5. Starry, C. Young. K. Quinn. C Caton. D. Silva, L. Blakely, G. McConbry, K. Stephens, Mr. Zantow. SEC- ON J ROW: P. Gill D. Liman. J. Ficfcett, D. BeHisIe. H. Nickerson, S. Sparrow, M. McDermott, B. Anderson. THIRD ROW: S. Dunphy, L. Th3mis. N. C h a s e. L. Brown. D. Stevenson. G. Nelson. B. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: B. Ellis . A. DeLorv, D. Marsh, S. Brown, B. Camp- belL J. Belanger L. Cole A. Conefrv M. Lorraine P. Deschamps C. Nickerson J. Conlin B. MacPherson S. Swan USHERETTES 59 — • v , L i ’—... i »iv-c: -- “THE PLATS THE THING” 60 I iV ' JeS ' sw LIBRARY AIDES FRONT ROW, Left to Right: C. Young, C. Nickerson, J. Conlin, L. Cardinal, 0. Ellis, V. Rich. BACK ROW, Left to Right: J. Baker, S. Grout, P. Williams, D. Stevenson, Mrs. Baker, D. Crowell, M. Lorraine, P. Hatch. AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB Left to Right: S. Savage, J. Perreault, J. Hogg, L. Hayman, B. Humphrey, T. Hammatt, J. Ketchen, R. Shaw, R. Linnell. 61 VARIETY SHOW ’62 Ted Mack’s original amateurs “I prefer ‘White Owl’ ” PROGRAM 1. NAUSETONES _ _ Richard Edwards James Fegan David Ramsdell Bali Szabo Thomas Souza 2. BALLIN’ THE JACK _ _ Silhouettes 3. BALI H’AI_ _Janice Nickerson 4. HARD, AIN’T IT HARD_ _Clam Diggers 5. MOONGLOW _ _ Martha Ruckert 6. MARK TWAIN _ _ Dennis Marsh 7. NAUSETIERS _ _ Sophomore Girls 8. LE GRAND BAL DE NYMPHES ET FAUNES Nauset Teachers 9. ORCHESTRA _ _ Mr. James i _ “It’s unbelievable.” PROGRAM 10. NAUSET REGIONAL BAND _ _ Mr. James 11. HOLE IN THE BUCKET_ _Carol Young Donna Belise 12. ROCK ISLAND LINE _ _ Laurel Pierce Christine Seaman 13. BATTLE OF CAMP KOOKAMANGA _ Senior Boys 14. THE WALTZ_ Mary McDermott 15. SICK, SICK, SICK_ . Dr. Kim Stevens 16. NAUSET REGIONAL DANCE BAND _ Mr. James MASTERS OF CEREMONIES Andy Pierce David Atwood ; 1 “I can’t hold this position much longer.” “So what else is new?” Romeo and Juliet leave on their gallant steed. 63 ■ CTT. i _- ■ ■■ _ ■am p L3 «3SB YEARBOOK STAFF FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Barry, K. Stebbins, B. MacPherson, S. Maclntire, J. Conlin, J. Belanger, N. Nickerson, P. Hatch, P. Deschamps, D. Dupuis. SECOND ROW, Left to Right: C. Turpin, S. Sparrow, C. Caton, K. Berger, M. Ruckert, S. Dunphy, S. Wood- worth, L. Moore, M. Wright. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: S. Nickerson, B. Cooper, A. Conefrey, C. Young, S. Richards, P. Ireland, A. Nichols, S. Bessom, S. Ferreria, S. Blakeley. FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: E. Ketchen, P. Hicks, B. Holt, K. VanBuskirk, D. Stevenson, G. Maynard, B. Brooks, M. Tulloch, R. Gill, R. Edwards. To the students and faculty of Nauset Regional High School: We, the editors and staff of Nauset Tides, have tried to make the 1963 edition different and exciting. It has been a long, arduous, and sometimes discouraging task. Nevertheless, when we observe the finished work, I think that we all agree it was well worth the time and effort. We sincerely hope that you will receive a great deal of enjoyment from this year’s Nauset Tides both now and in the years to come. The Editors and staff of the Nauset Tides ONE-ACT PLAYS “Dust of the Road” Class of ’63 Class of ’65 WINNERS “It’s a Small World” “Winter Dust” Class of ’64 CAST: Bruce Campbell Lucia Cole Bruce Ellis Dennis Marsh Mary McDermott Susan Swan Sally Woodworth “Prop men at work.” SOCCER i VARSITY L. to R., FIRST ROW: R. Hop¬ kins, J. Reynolds, R. Edwards, D. Ryder, S. Moore, R. Linnell, W. Holt, J. Packett, F. Turner, R. Gill, C. Newcomb, D. Thimas, Coach Miller. SECOND ROW: J. Latham, L. Wilcox, R. Doep- per, E. Brown, R. Richardson, P. Lovely, L. Taylor, M. Murphy, G. Plimpton, B. Coulson, M. Letz, J. Fuller. The 1962 season be¬ gan very auspiciously for Nauset’s soccer team. Despite an excel¬ lent job on the field and good sportsmanship, the boys were unab le to cap¬ ture the title but fin¬ ished in third place. Won 9 Lost 3 Tied 2 I I JUNIOR VARSITY L. to R., FIRST ROW: Mr. Cam¬ bell, B. Ramsdell, B. Ellis, W. Farwell, S. King, B. Savin, W. Spear, D. Smith. SECOND ROW: B. Carron, C. Jones, C. Dalby, F. Gallant, A. Ryone, S. Brown, , E. Winslow, R. Lovely, J. Tovrov. THIRD ROW: R. Cochran, C. Cochran, K. Coombs, R. Cowen, R. Rappata, B. Humphrey, M. Sutton, J. Schofield. FIELD HOCKEY CAPE CHAMPS L. to R., FIRST ROW: K. Gallant, D. Peterson. P. Packett, B. Cooper, D. Stevenson, J. Tovrov, P. Drew, J. Leonard, J. Mayo, J. Gill. SECOND ROW: L. Cardinal, P. Deschamps, L. Ellis, E. Moore, K. Berger, J. Holt, P. Deschamps, M. Gould, B. Adams, O.-J. Ellis. THIRD ROW: C. Rock, J. Eldredge, G. Nickerson, R. Adams, L. Monzon, P. Ryone, L. Taylor, S. Dunphy, mgr., Coach Garfield. Won 6 ; i Lost 0 Tied 0 CO-CAPTAINS: Pam Drew and Liz Moore For the third consecutive year the Girls’ Field Hockey Team has won the Cape Championship. Hard play, good team¬ work, and excellent sportsmanship on and off the field have made our team outshine all others. I I ? BOYS’ BASKETBALL VARSITY L. to R., FIRST ROW: R. Linnell, P. Morton, J. Perreault, D. Atwood, F. Turner, J. Fuller, Coach Donahue. SECOND ROW: R. Edwards, mgr., F. Whiting, R. Kimiec, P. Daniels, K. VanBuskirk, S. Dion, J. Packett, K. Mayo, mgr. Captain David Atwood with Coach Donahue SENIOR PLAYERS ■M VARSITY BASKETBALL LOWER CAPE CHAMPS L. to R., HRST ROW: Coach Lilly, B. Cooper, L. Moore, P. Hatch, S. Richards, P. Packett, P. Drew. SECOND ROW: Manager, J. Conlin, L. Raw], J. Torov, J. Belanger, Manager, J. Leonard. LETTER WINNERS B. Cooper L. Moore P. Hatch S. Richards P. Packett P. Drew J. Belanger J. Tovrov SEASON’S RECORD Won 15 Lost 0 Tied 0 L. to R.: Coach Lilly, Co-captains P. Hatch and S. Richards. We are very proud of our girl’s Varsity Basket ball Team. With fighting spirit and determina¬ tion they won the Lower Cape Championship. In the Principals’ Tournament the girls came in second, after losing to Barnstable by one point. A Cape All-Star Team was selected for the first time this year. Nauset is very proud to have placed four girls as Cape All-Stars. CAPE ALL-STARS Take, Take, Take that ball away!!! Jump Ball, Get it, Get it!! Guard her, Patsy!! We want a basket, a basket!! Sink it!! You’ve gotta fight! score ■I J.V. BASKETBALL FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Miss Lilly, J. M ' ayo, M. Gould, P. Deschamps, L. Taylor, J. Holt, L. Cardinal. BACK ROW: J. Conlin, M, Hendrickson, L. Ellis, 0. J. Ellis, D. Peterson, K. Dunham, P. Daley, J. Leonard. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Miller, L. Taylor, M. Norgeot, L. Squire, C. Newcomb, A. Ryone, M. Sutton. BACK ROW: J. Latham, F. Gallant, M. Walters, R. Hayes, B. Ramsdell, C. Dalby, M. Murphy. CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Dyana Beavers, and Nancy Nickerson. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Cynthia Lavalli, Kathy Stebbins, Diane Dupuis, Shirly Maclntire. VARSITY Both the varsity and j.v. cheerleaders have shown a lot of spark and enthusiasm this year. They have led us in many new and clever cheers and have faithfully supported our teams through victory and defeat. L. to R.: P. Pierce, N. Pearsoh, S. Ferreira, D. Dougherty, S. Baker, S. Smith, S. Horton. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL VARSITY FIRST ROW, L. to R.: J. Perreault, D. Ryder, S. Dion, P. Winslow, H. Clark, P. Daniels, J. Packett, F. Turner. SECOND ROW: Coach Donahue, K. Mayo, R. Linnell, J. Reynolds, D. Atwood, K. Hall, G. Plimpton, mgr. Co-captains Harold Clark and Pete Winslow with Coach Donahue. JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW, L. to R.: L. Wilcox, E. Brown, B. MacFarland, T. Ellis, C. Newcomb, M. Walters, R. Richardson, M. Sut¬ ton, A. Ryone, Coach Morse. SECOND ROW: D. Thimis, E. Winslow, W. Deschamps, C. Johnston, F. Whiting, J. Ful¬ ler, L. Squire, D. Joy, W. Farwell, mgr. SOFTBALL i FIRST ROW, L. to R.: D. Peterson, P. Harrell, P. Deschamps, L. Opderbeck, P. Hatch, J. Gill, B. Adams, J. Mayo. SEC¬ OND ROW: Coach Garfield, A. Nichols, mgr., S. Sparrow, J. Leonard, S. Lombard, B. Cooper, P. Drew, J. Belanger, B. MacPherson, S. Horton, mgr. THIRD ROW, L. to R.: J. Conlin, P. Neese, D. Dupuis, L. Cardinal, L. Taylor, L. Monzon. LETTER WINNERS L. Opderbeck D. Dupuis P. Hatch A. Nichols J. Belanger J. Conlin B. Cooper P. Drew B. MacPherson P. Neese L. Cardinal J. Gill S. Horton J. Mayo D. Peterson Co-captains Linda Opderbeck and Paula Hatch with Coach Garfield. I TRACK L. to R., FIRST ROW: M. Letz, B. Humphrey, B. Ham- matt, D. Smith, J. Fegan, M. Murphy, J. Pellegrino, J. Lutz, G. Wade, D. Ramsdell. SEC¬ OND ROW: Coach Miller, R. Hammond, W. Holt, R. Ed¬ wards, T. Pellegrino, T. Souza, R. Kmiec, R. Rose, C. Dalby, B. Murphy. THIRD ROW: R. Burling, S. Doyle, T. Marsh, K. Van Buskirk, T. Cochran, L. Taylor, W. MacDonald, B. El¬ lis, B. Kmiec. ; I Although our boys did not win the championship this year, it was a team that we can be proud of. The boys met with other teams and competed in the events with a spirit and sportsmanship that makes them a credit to Nauset. LETTER WINNERS J. Fegan T. Marsh B. Hammatt S. Doyle D. Ramsdell T. Cochran T. Souza R. Kmiec R. Edwards M. Murphy W. Holt M. Cahoon T. Pellegrino G. Wade K. Van Buskirk B. Murphy . m M m KBS ■ " -fes KITCHEN STAFF Left to Right: Mrs. Anna Henry, Mrs. Berthanna Richardson, Mrs. Bertha Meads, Mrs. Gilda Deragon, Mrs. June Bohan¬ non, Mrs. Phyllis Bruce. CUSTODIANS 85 The Vast Wasteland Q7 ; DAIRY QUEEN Next to Eastham Rotary . Orleans, Mass. ORLEANS THEATER Orleans Center Orleans, Mass. Prop. — CHARLES WILCOX DON ' S American Service Station Orleans, Mass. Auto Repair Atlas: Lubrication Tires Motor Tune-up Batteries Accessories PHONE — 1242 Compliments of THAYER ' S FLOWER SHOP County Road Orleans Mass. Compliments of • CENTRAL PACKAGE STORE BILL ' S SUNOCO STATION Route 28 Orleans Jl Orleans Mass. i | Mass. Compliments of CUMBERLAND FARMS DENISE ANN BAKE SHOPPE Main Street Orleans Orleans, Mass. Prop. MR. ROOSSEAU Next to A P — Orleans Pharmacy Orleans 623 Orleans, Mass. _ _ . _ Compliments of B WELLFLEET ART WHISPERING PINES VILLAGE GALLERY Route 6 Next to Bank Eastham Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of |$ji i WELLFLEET REAL ESTATE WELLFLEET MARINE CORP. VILLAGE INN - COFFEE SHOP Eastham — beside the windmill green Open Year ' Round M. ALIDA FIELD Compliments of L. EARL SYLVER INTERIOR DECORATING Orl. 44 WELLFLEET SERVICE STATION Route 6 Wellfleet, Mass. HILLSIDE, INCORPORATED Restaurant, Motel, and Gift Shop Eastham Compliments of OCEAN VIEW GARAGE Eastham, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 NATE HELEN CLARK Eastham . CHATHAM FURNITURE OF WELLFLEET, INC. Main Street Wellfleet, Mass. Field brook 9-2461 Compliments of the t ' LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANTE Main Street Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of COLONIAL CANDLE CORP. Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of DAME STANDISH CANDLE SHOP Wellfleet, Mass. - ■ COMPLIMENTS OF MISS WELLESLEY JUNIORS ' The girl you look at first wears fashions by Miss Wellesley Juniors. " " We cater to the needs of The high school girl. " COMPLIMENTS OF BETH BISHOP Fine Women ' s Clothing for Town and Country Wear, Men ' s Furnishings Park and shop in the casual manner. Open year ' round Compliments of LOUIS K. GREGORY Real Estate North Eastham Orl. 505-W Best Wishes to the Class of ' 63 From NICKERSON FUNERAL HOMES, INC. Chatham, Orleans, Wellfleet, Provincetown THE CAPE COD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK Harwichport, Mass. Branch Offices 1 Orleans — Chatham OUR SERVICES Savings Accounts Registered Checks Mortgage Loans Travelers Loans Home Modernization Loans United States Savings Bonds Safe Deposit Boxes Savings Bank Life Insurance Christmas and Tax Club Accounts " A Mutual Savings Bank " ■Z.rT ' LL . -v . •• - .. " " • • • - •- - - - — - Compliments of ROY AND IDA FRENCH GOOD LUCK CABINS AND COTTAGES Rt. 6 North Eastham Orl. 434-WI Compliments of BILL ' S PLACE State Highway, Rt. 6 North Eastham, Mass. Compliments of CARL H. HANDEL Painting, Paper-Hanging, Floor Sanding Massasoit Road North Eastham Orl. 386-W3 i Compliments of THE PILGRIM LADY GIFT SHOP Milk Glass, Amber Glass, China Antiques and Novelties Rt. 6 North Eastham Mass. 1 t Compliments of WENTWORTH ACRES MOTOR-COURT North Eastham Mass. i Compliments of JOHN ' S SERVICE CENTER RT. 6 JOHN HILFERTY, Prop. Orl. 758-R North Eastham Mass. Compliments of NAUSET VILLAGE (Formerly The Three Acres) Housekeeping Cottages and Motel Units North Eastham Mass. Orl. 750-W Compliments of RIDGEWOOD MOTEL Compliments of EASTHAM SUPERETTE EDWARD BROWN Compliments of CHARLES E. FRAZIER, JR. Compliments of MARY GEORGE WILLIAMS Wellfleet, Mass. ' TWEEN THE TIDES Serving delicious sandwiches and ice cream specialties Main Street Wellfleet, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 ORLEANS CAMERA SHOP Next to Post Office Orl. 376 Custom Picture Framing ■ NAUSET SNACK BAR Compliments of EASTHAM PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES GEORGE S. DUFFY Orl. 390-W GLADYS E. MacGREGOR Fried Clams—Fried Chicken—Grill Under new management Eastham, Mass. i Realtor East Brewster Mass. Twin Oaks 6-3369 6 Compliments of HELEN AND ART SILVA OAK GROVE MOTOR COURT North Eastham Mass. Compliments of POIT ' S DRIVE-IN North Eastham i Compliments of MONTGOMERY GULF SERVICE East Brewster Mass. Compliments of MR. and MRS. ROBERT GIBBS ! WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE Orleans, Mass. Tel. Orl. 1092 SKAKET BEACH MOTEL Orleans, Mass. MISS ROGERS FLOWER SHOP Flowers for all occasions with dependable telegraph service and delivery. Orl. 884 Route 6A Orleans, Mass. ORLEANS MOBIL SERVICE JAMES L. DeLORY, JR. " The Handiest Station in Town " Our Best to the Class of 1963 Compliments of WEBB ' S RESTAURANT i COMPLIMENTS OF THE COVE MOTEL For the Best in Accommodations, Come to the COVE Orleans 557 Orleans 1 148 BREWSTER REAL ESTATE DONALD MacGREOOR East Brewster Twin Oaks 6-3380 CAPE BAY COTTAGES Ellis Landing East Brewster THE BREWSTER GIFT SHOP The oldest gift shop on Cape Cod Brewster, Mass. BROOKS CARDS Our own Christmas and Cape Cod designs created and silk-screened in our studio on Route 6A, East Brewster. Sold nowhere else. CHRISTINE AND GORDON BROOKS Bottled Gas Phono Records AL HOLLER ' S T.V. Sales — Service — Rentals Main Street, Brewster Radio — T.V. — Hi-Fi Twin Oaks 6-3606 Compliments of PINE RIDGE DAIRY producers of fresh local milk Brewster Mass. NICOU ' S PACKET LANDING INN, INC. East Orleans, Cape Cod, Mass. SP »P I ORLEANS COIN-A-MATIC LAUNDRY Next to Bowling Center Route 6A Orleans Mass. THE SPORT SHOP EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE 27 Main Street Taunton, Mass. Tel. Vandyke 4-8152 Main Street Orleans, Mass. Tel. 675-R Compliments of CENTRAL GARAGE HERBERT F. WILCOX Orl. 118 Orleans, Mass. Home Phone: 401 " We serve the food that others brag about. " PHILBRICK ' S SNACK SHACK Nauset Beach Orleans, Mass. Compliments of ORLEANS PHARMACY EDEM CRAFT SHOP Compliments of " Where Cape craftsmanship adds extra to your gift. " NICKERSON MEMORIALS Route 6 North Eastham Orl. I I6I-W Chatham, Orleans, Wellfleet Provincetown i Best Wishes to THE CLASS OF 1963 BETTY AND LEE BUCK Compliments of ROGERS LIQUORS - PILGRIM ACRE COTTAGES Route 6A Indian Neck Wellfleet Wellfleet Compliments of TOWN-HO Handcrafter Shop Country Antiques Route 6A Brewster Best of Luck to the Class of 1963 From PACKETT ' S MARKET East Brewster Compliments of CAPE COD PHOTOS Orleans, Mass. Compliments of JOHN N. LOWELL Realtor Orleans Mass. Compliments of THE ORLEANS CENTER-MOTEL Compliments of GOULD REAL ESTATE Compliments of EAST ORLEANS BOAT YARD Orleans Mass. 1 Compliments of PETER HUNT SHOP Compliments of JENNING ' S PLUMBING AND HEATING Rt. 6 North Eastham Orl. 1126 NICKERSON ' S AUTO BODY SERVICE Accident Work AUTHUR C. NICKERSON North Eastham Orl. 348-M-3 L._ • ___ : ___ i __ Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of 1963 HOPKINS CLEANERS ROGERS AND GRAY INSURANCE AGENCY Orleans, Mass. " dependable personal service since 1906 " Compliments of H. H. SNOW SONS, INC. Orleans SO. ORLEANS GENERAL STORE (Next to South Orleans Post Office) M. G. LEMOINE, Prop. CHATHAM ROAD SOUTH ORLEANS Groceries SOUTH ORLEANS SERVICE STATION Mobil Mobil Service Lubrication — Minor Repairs Chatham Rd. ( So. Orleans Orleans 8974 FUN AT THE ROTARY BEST WISHES!! ANCHOR REAL ESTATE and BREWSTER ' S ffl Building Contractor NELSON B. FIELD Orleans 1263 Finest Foods Miniature Golf Gifts from the Seven Seas Pitch and Putt Golf Eastham, Mass. ' - ■ " -- -■ .—. Compliments of NAUSET THE CARL LUNDS AUTO MARINE, INC. Complete Automotive and Marine Sales and Service Orleans, Mass. Rt. 6A Orleans Compliments of Best Wishes to the Class of ' 63 From BESSE CO. THE CAP ' N LINNELL HOUSE Congratulations to the Class of 1963 LIVINGSTON ' S PHARMACY ' Serving Cape Cod With Better Health Since 1925 " BACKUS AND SOULE Jewelers Orlea ns Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 From THE GOVERNOR PRENGE MOTOR LODGE Route 6A Orleans Massachusetts DRUMMER BOY MUSEUM Brewster, Cape Cod Massachusetts Compliments of ROY SVENNINGSEN ERIC FISHER Builder Plasterer Compliments of LAWRENCE A. BAKER Best Wishes to the Class of ' 63 From Plumbing and Heating Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 The Bayberry Book and Toy Shop The Finest in Books and Toys Main Street Orleans Orleans 1545 THE GOVERNOR PRENCE MOTOR LODGE ORLEANS wmm [ Compliments of SMITH )RY GOODS Main Street Wellfleet ROOKIE ' S PIZZA PLACE For Cape Cod ' s Best Pizza FI 9-2688 Route 6 South Wellfleet Best Wishes to the Class of ' 63 Compliments of DORA ' S Beauty Shop P| 9-3644 Truro Road Wellfleet BRIAR LANE Jams and Jellies E. R. WILES Wellfleet GOOSE HUMMOCK SHOP Orleans, Massachusetts ' ■ ■ -!• - ' ll ;5 _vj_- IwM . .IS Compliments of WKJM Compliments of WELLFLEET NEWS STORE WELLFLEET DRIVE-IN THEATER Main Street Wellfleet BLAKELY ' S GENERAL STORE Ceramics and Gifts Handmade Black Duck Sporting Goods, Inc. Mobil Station Barber Shop South Wellfleet by MOULE FI 9-2409 Route 6 South Wellfleet IB Compliments of COOK ' S BY THE OCEAN SOUTH WELLFLEET Compliments of BROUGHTON ' S Blue Sunoco Station Bay-Ocean Cabins General Store FI 9-3322 South Wellfleet CAPE COD REALTY BUILDING LUTHER CROWELL EARL GOODWIN South Wellfleet Compliments of ERNEST ROSE Builder Wellfleet Compliments of DAVIS PACKAGE STORE SOUTH WELLFLEET f .h __ __ - .. - » • . M. . M l 1i ■ fl i An y iMMM) COMPLIMENTS OF THE TOWN OF ORLEANS — m a f — Building Contractor NELSON B. FIELD Eastham, Massachusetts ORLEANS 1263 Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 GREAT POND COTTAGES Eastham, Massachusetts FREEMAN and RACHEL HATCH Compliments of WHISPERING PINES VILLAGE Cot+ages and Gas Station Studio Shop Featuring Cape Cod National Seashore Correspondence Notes and Watercolor Paintings Corner of Massasoit and Oak Roads, North Eastham RICHARD VANDERMAY Eastham HILLSIDE INCORPORATED Restaurant Motel Gift Shop EASTHAM VILLAGE INN COFFEE SHOP EASTHAM Beside the windmill green Open year-round M. ALIDA FIELD Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 CRANBERRY COTTAGES At Eastham on Cape Cod Overnight and Housekeeping Cottages MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM STEBBINS R.R. 1 — Box 197-A Orleans, Mass. TEL. ORLEANS 602 Compliments of WHISPERING PINES VILLAGE EASTHAM SUPERETTE Cotta g es and Gas Station RICHARD VANDERMAY Eastham EDWARD BROWN COMPLIMENTS OF EASTHAM LOBSTER POOL, INC. NORTH EASTHAM, RT. 6 Informal Dining ORLEANS 8993 Open Daily 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. TOWN OF BREWSTER H. R. COFFIN CO. HENRY R. COFFIN CO., INC ROUTE 6A ORLEANS, MASS. ORL. 317 ORLEANS BOWLING CENTER ROUTE 6A ORLEANS, MASS. TEL ORLEANS 636 CAPE COD TRUST COMPANY Harwich Port, Mass. Branch Office at Orleans, Mass. Commercial Banking Business Loans Personal Loans Savings Department Trust Department Safe Deposit Boxes Travelers Cheques MEMBER F.D.I.C. Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 ORLEANS COOPERATIVE BANK Branch of Hyannis Corner of Route 28 and Main Street ORLEANS, MASS. M. C. ARMY NAVY STORES Orleans Hyannis Everything for the Man and Boy in Work and Play TELEPHONE ORL. 8972 Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 NICKERSON FUNERAL HOMES, INC. WELLFLEET Hi Best Wishes to the Class of 1963 NICKERSON LUMBER COMPANY CHATHAM ORLEANS WELLFLEET _ Compliments of WHISPERING PINES SERVICE CENTER Mobil Products General Repairs EASTHAM Compliments of MURRAY ' S WHITE ' S STUDIO Featuring Cape Cod National Seashore Correspondence Notes and Watercolor Paintings Corner of Massasoif and Oak Roads NORTH EASTHAM MASS. 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