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

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‘-V- 30809000203198 ' ' NA USET TIDES Table of Contents Administration and Faculty Seniors Classes Activities Sports Advertisers Adminis tratio n and Faculty Superintendent of Schools MR. SYDNEY G. PIERCE Congratulations and best wishes to the yearbook staff. This project requires a great deal of time and effort over much of the school year. It provides interesting and valuable experience for the students who participate in it. And it provides the school, the students, the faculty and all the staff with a unique record of the life of the school. Vfithout this record some of the essence of school would not be prsserved. I a® indeed grateful to you for this service. m ■! Sydney C. Pierce School Committee Left to right: Mr. Robert Burrill Mr. Everett Winslow Mr. Kenneth Snow Mr. Theodore Hicks, Chairman Mr. Brooks Thayer Mr. E. Carleton Nickerson Mr. Charles Silva, Vice-Chairman PRINCIPAL PAUL N. ELLIS University of Maine B.S., M.Ed. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL GUIDANCE DIRECTOR STANLEY E. SMITH, JR. Boston University A.A., B.S., Ed.M. Administration, Guidance DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ANDREW KALINICK University of Massachusetts Clark University A.B., A.M.Ed. JOHN DONAHUE Dartmouth College Boston University A.B. Physical Education 5 HOLLY AUCIELLO, English; Smith College, B.A. PHYLLIS BAKER, Librarian; Simmons College, B.S. STANLEY BOYNTON, Mathematics; University of Louisville, dark University, Boston University, B.A., M.Ed. ROBERT BRUCE, Science; Springfield College, B.S. S. STEWART BROOKS, Latin, History; Princeton University, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. DONALD CAMPBELL, Social Studies; West Virginia Wesleyan College, A.B. 6 RICHARD COCHRAN, Mathematics; Tufts University, B,S. BERNARD COLLINS, JR., Industrial Arts; Fitchburg State College, B.S.E. STUART FINLAY, Industrial Arts; University of Maine; B.S. ROSLYN GARFIELD, Science, Mathe¬ matics; New York University, Columbia University, B.S., M.A. DOROTHY FULCHER, Social Studies; Bridgewater State College, B.S.E., M.E. DAVID GATES, Biology, Science; Stone- hill College, Brown University, Bridgewatei State College, Harvard University, Boston University, University of Hawaii, Simmons College, B.S., M.Ed., M.S. Keene State College, B.E. RICHARD GREENMAN, Social Studies; Harvard University, Boston University, A.B., Ed.M. ELISABETH HOOKER, English; Smith College, A.B., M.A. FRANK HUTCHINGS, Social Studies; Wentworth Institute, University of Massa- 8 chusetts, B.A. RICHARD HOYT, French; Bates College, U.S. Army Language School, B.A. FRANK JAMES, Director of Music; New England Conservatory of Music, B.M. i HENRY KELLEY, History; Brown University, A.B. FRANCES MAYFARTH, English; James Millikin University, Columbia Uni¬ versity, A.B., A.M., Ed.H., L.H.D. HOPE MEHAFFEY, Music; Boston University, Union Theological Semi¬ nary, B.M., M.S.M. MARY LEARY, Commercial; Boston University, B.S., M.C.S. WILLIAM McCASKIE, English; Northwestern University, Boston State Col¬ lege, B.S., M.Ed. LEO MILLER, Special Class, Basketball and Track Coach; Fitchburg State College, B.S.E. ROBERT MORSE, English; Tufts University, A.B., Ed.M. EDWARD O’BRIEN, Physics, Science; Boston College, Boston Teachers’ College, M.Ed. JAMES OWENS, Art, Science; R.I. School, New York University, B.F.A. GEORGE PERREAULT, English; Boston College, A.B. HERBERT PETTENGILL, Chemistry, Science; University of Maine, Brown University, B.S.Ed., M.A. CAROLYN RICHARDSON, Commercial; Boston University, Bridgewater State College, B.S., M.Ed. 10 MURIEL SMITH, English, Reading; Radcliffe College, A.B. THOMAS TAYLOR, French; Princeton University, B.S. HAROLD ZANTOW, Mathematics; Michigan Tech., Brown University, New York University, Columbia University, Stevens In¬ stitute of Technology, M.S. I I JOYCE ROCHE, Biology; Chestnut Hill College, A.B. MARGAR UNDERHILL, Physical Education, Girls’ Coach; Panzer College of Physical Education, B.S. LILLA STEVENS, French; Northwestern University, A.B. Office Secretaries £msms MRS. EVELYN ANDERSON MRS. ELIZABETH BUCK School Nurse MRS. DORIS POND Seniors Senior Class Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: President; Mike Smith Treasurer; Judy Sparrow Secretary; Marc Norgeot Vice-President; Steve King 14 JOHN ARTHUR AMBROULT “Of course not!” Activities: Hobbies: Cars, Hunting, Guns, “Jeeps’ BARBARA ANN ADAMS “Legs” “It’s a poor day for the little people.” College Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; M.A.S.C. Convention 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Junior Prom 3; Student Reporter for the Oracle 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Knitting, Dancing. “Ham Bone” Service MARCIA JEANNE ANDERSON “Marsh” “Never do today what you can do tomorrow.” Beautician Activities: Library Aid 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Working, Dancing, Listening to Music, Summer Parties, Talking at the wrong time. [ 1 44 i sf ' AV ' .v |5s.;3 : SANDRA JEANNE ATWOOD “Sandy” “Are you kiddin’ me?” R.N. Activities: French Club 1, 2; Usherette 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; Typing 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Ticket Seller 3, 4; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: M.Y.F., Beaching, Reading, Reading, Having Fun, A Certain Someone. Beautician LAURENA ANN BAKER “You wouldn’t kid me would you?” Activities: Office help 4; Business Club 4. Hobbies: swimming, skating, driving, bowling. SUZANNE BAKER “Sudie” “Doozie” College Activities: Typing 2; J.V. Varsity Cheering 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity Club 4. Hobbies: boating, swimming, driving, and listening to the radio. SUSAN ISABEL BANAS “Sue” “Cut it out” College Activities: Drama club 4; Latin club 2; Photography club 4; Current Events club 1, 2. (entered 3) Hobbies: reading, sports, swimming. EDWIN CHARLES BERRIO JR. “Why not?” Hobbies: fishing, goffing off, swimming, girls, working, senior room. “Buddy” Working 16 CHRISTOPHER PERRY BROWN “By God” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Class Play ’63’; Variety show ‘63’; One Act Play ‘63’; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club President 4. Hobbies: herpetology, Biology, Subversion, Folkmusic, Guitar, Autoharp. EDWARD JAMES BROWN “Ned” College Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Band 1, 2; Manager 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; M.A.S.C. Convention 3; Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Sr. Honor Society 3, 4, V.P. 3; Varsity Club 3, 4 V.P. 3; Harvard Book Award 3; Class Marshal 3; Student government representative 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: water skiing, swimming, team sports. STEPHEN DONALD BROWN “Steve” “I got my Mo-Jo workout” College; Political Agitation Activities: Drama club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; New England Music Festival 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3; J.V. Soccer 2; Honor Society 2, 3; Creative Writing 4; English and Latin Awards 3, N.M.S.Q.T. Semi-Finalist; One Act Plays 3; Senior Play 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: guitar, harmonica, poetry, left-wing causes, civil rights work, hitch-hiking. ANN DELANO BRUECKMAN “Awful, isn’t it?” Activities: entered 3. Hobbies: F.R.C., horses, Chevy’s, eating, telephone, sailing, Brewster boys. “Cash” College . si ' ' - - LAURIE CHELLISE CARDINAL “Chellise” “Don’t let your studies interfere with your education.” Jr. College Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Library Aid 2, 3; Sr. Prom 4. Hobbies: Having Fun, Sports. SANDRA LOU CARPENTER “I don’t care.” Activities: French Club 1; F.T.A. 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; Club 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Usherettes 4; Business Club 4. Hobbies: Reading, Records, Water Skiing, Dancing, Bowling. “Sandi” Beautician Glee GERALD PETER CESTARO “To abuse is to destroy.” Activities: Entered 4; Track. Hobbies: Body building, Karate, Skiing. JANE ELLEN COLE “Janie” “Peel” Business School Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Variety Show 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Music Festival Auditions 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Collecting Albums, Boys, Driving, Just Having Fun. “Jerry” Marine Corps 18 NANCY MARIE COWEN “Nance” “I’m bored.” Beautician Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: J.M.H., Dancing, Horse-back Riding, Driving, Sailing, Boating, Rainbow. THOMAS ALLEN COLLINS “T. C.” “My Heavens” College Activities: Audio Visual Aid 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Boating, Camping, Fishing, Hunting. KIMBALL HOWES COOMBS JR. “Kim” “Oh, forget it.” Construction Electrician Activities: J.V. Soccer 1, 2; One Act Play 2; Class Pres. 3; Prom Committee 3; Audio Visual Aid 3, 4; Sr. Prom 4. Hobbies: Boy Scouts, Cars, Motorcycles, Girls, Hunting, Fishing. JOSEPH MICHAEL CONNORS “Joe” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Chess Club 3, 4; President 3, 4; Boys State Representative 3; Drama Club 2, 3; Creative Writing 4; One Act Play 2; Telephone Executive 4; Alternate to the U. N. 3. Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Reading, Herpetology, Sea Scouts, C.Y.O., Hiking, Reading. 19 JANET MAY DANIELS Grow Up Business School Activities: Hobbies: Reading, Horses, eating. 20 JANET LOUISE CROWELL “I’ll never tell” Activities: Variety Show 2, 3. Hobbies: Talking, eating, driving, this, that and the other thing. CLIFFORD THOMAS DALBY “Cliff” “Where’d you hide it?” Service Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, Track 1, Yearbook staff 4, Jr. Prom, Varsity Club 3, 4, Sr. Prom, A.V. 3. Hobbips: Hunting, Fishing, hockey, basketball, softball, having fun. “Junket Dunket” Beautician PATSY JEANNE DALEY “What’s your problem?” Activities: Basketball, Softball, Jr. Prom, French Club, Senior Prom, Variety Show. Hobbies: Bowling, sports, dancing, swimming, collecting records. “Pat” Happiness ” MICHAEL E. ' DAVID “Big Mike” College Activities: Baseball 2, 4; Track 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4 Varsity Club. Hobbies: Athletics, Hunting, Fishing. DORLEEN LINDA DOUGHERTY “Dorleen” Oh Lord! How to hurt a girl!” Beautician Activities: JV Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Captain 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; FTA 4; Business Club 4; Varsity Club 4. Hobbies: Cheering, Dancing, Parties, Driving Having good times. Boys, Records, and Summer. CHRISTINE LOUISE DOUGHTY “Tina” “Not hardly!” Secretary Activities: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Business Club. Hobbies: Writing, Long walks, Reading. WYNN FREDERIC DESCHAMPS “Wynn” “Is that right?” College Activities ,: Student Council 3, 4; National Delegate M.A.S.C. Council 4; FTA 3, 4; Secretary 4; Baseball 2, 4; Soccer Manager 3; Junior Prom; Yearbok Staff 4; Handbook Committee 3. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Sports, Dancing. JOHN JOSEPH DOYLE “Deacon” “That’s handy!” Service Activities: Soccer 1; Variety Show 3, 4. Hobbies: Fishing, Cars, 57 Chevy’s, Swimming, Skating, Scuba Diving, Parties, Riding around, Doing nothing, Girls. PAUL PORTER DRAKE “Paul” College Activities: Entered 3; Track 3, 4; Pompano Jr. High; Tennis 1; St. Andrews Prep: Tennis ' 2. Hobbies: Staying out of trouble. KATHLEEN HILL DUNHAM “Did Freddy call?” Activities: J.V. Basketball 1-2, Junior Prom, Senior Prom. Hobbies: Bowling, F.P., sports. ARTHUR REYNOLDS DUNSFORD “Art” “Chevys are the only cars going that usually won’t run!” Technical or Trade School Activities: Junior Prom, Variety Show 2, 4. Hobbies: Reading, Writing poems short stories, Drawing, thinking, Politics, Debates, music, Racing, Cars, Hunting, Work, Some sports. 22 “Kathy” College DON PAUL EATON “Has Been” “Chevies Go” Service Activities: Jr. Prom, Soccer. Hobbies: Sleeping, eating, cars, P.R. CHRISTOPHER J. ELLIS “Cool it” Activities: Science Club, wrapping paper com. track Hobbies: Cars, Tinkering, Sleeping. “Chris” Engineering, ELAINE ELLIS “Tricks are for kids” “Sister” U ndecided Activities: Honor Society 1, 2. Hobbies: Drummers, cars, swimming, dancing, goofing off, brothers. PATRICIA LOUISE ELLIS “You take the cake” “Patty” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Tennis 2, 3. Hobbies: Mariners, reading, skiing. 2 THEODORE ELLIS “You’ll get over it.” Activities: JV Soccer 2; JV Baseball 2; Baseball 3; French Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Ca r s, P.N. WINTHROP HATHAWAY FARWELL JR. “Senator” “Whether Politics is a dirty profession can best be answered by the man who calls himself a politician.” College and Politics Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2; F.T.A.; French Club; Chess Club; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; M.A.S.C. Convention 2, 3; Delegate to M.A.S.C. Leadership Train¬ ing Workshop 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Audio-Visual Club 4; Student Reporter for Cape Codder 4; S.E. District Student Council Convention 3. Hobbies: Meeting people, Swimming, Surfing. Club 2. “Chip” Service WILLIAM M. FELT “Bill” “What seems to be your major maladjustment?” Service Activities: Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Bowling, Riding a scooter in December. SUSAN ANN FERREIRA “Sue” “I want an ice-cream cone with a spoon.” College Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Co-captain 3; JV Cheerleader 1, 2; earhook Staff 2, 3, 4; Photography Editor 4; Varsity Club 4; Junior Class Marshal 3; Honor Society 1, 2; FTA 1; French Club 1, 2; Vice-President 2; Junior Prom; S.E. Branch Convention 3; Usherettes 4; Variety Show 4; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Dancing, Modern and Ballet; Charcoal Sketching, Losing white gloves. 24 FRANK ROGER FINN “Crimeny” Activities: Chess Club. Hobbies: Guitar, Swimming, Archery JACQUELINE FRANCES FICKETT “Jacqui” “Clod” College Activities: Field Hockey 1, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Usherettes 3, 4. Hobbies: Art, Pen-pals, Preparing Foreign Hors d’oeuvres, Swimming, People, Music, Reading, Tennis, Languages, Shopping in Filene’s, Records. and Arrow Making, Coin and Book Collecting. “Frank” College KATHLEEN DIANNE GALLANT “Kathy” “Are you completely out of your tree?” v Social Hostess Activities: Chorus 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, Drama Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Singing, Dancing, Eating, Being with People, Horseback Riding, J L H. JANICE EDITH GILL “Jan” “Plunky” College Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Walking, Sports, Sailing, and Fun. PAMELA VICTORIA GILL “Pam” “Piffle!” College Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, One Act Plays 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Medal 2, Dramatic Award 3, Dramatic Club Play 3, 4, Dramatic Festival -3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 1, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom, French Club 1, 2, Chess Club 3, Literary Magazine. Hobbies: Music, Reading, Acting, People, Summer. ANDREA LOUISE HAMPTON “Zsa Zsa” “Oh, you’re kidding!” College Activities: Entered 4, Drama Club 4, Senior Prom 4, Variety Show 4, Maple-Newtown High School: Drama Club 2, 3, Art Club 2, Variety Show 2, 3. Hobbies: Singing, Dancing, Acting, Writing, Surfing, Sleeping, Eating. PAMELA JANE HARRIS “Pam” “I’ll never tell” Beautician Activities: Glee Club 1, French Club 1, Field Hockey 1, Senior Prom 4, F.T.A. 4, Business Club 4, W.R.S. Hobbies: Skating, Swimming, Dancing, Parties, Summer, Fun. PATRICIA ANN HARRIS “Pat” “What a riot” Airline Hostess Activities: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Business Club 4, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4, F.T.A. 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Records, Summer, Fun, Boys, Dancing, Driving, Parties, L.B.C. 26 RICHARD ALAN HAYMAN “Harrie” “Big Deal” Service Activities: Soccer 1, Varsity Club 3, Photograph Club 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Track 1, 2, Stage Crew 3, 4, One Act Play 2, Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Swimming, Water Skiing, Scuba Diving, Fishing, Skating, Cars, Working, Hunting, Girls. ELIZABETH ANN HAYMAN “Betsy” “Yeh, sure” College Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Cape Cod Muse Festival 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Chess Club 3, Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Horseback Riding, Beaching, Traveling. MARYANN HENDRICKSON “Maryann” “What a riot” College Activities: French Club 1, 2, Basketball 2, 4, Typing 2, Junior Prom 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Surfing, Swimming, D.W.G., Buying Beatle Records, Eating. PAUL VINCENT HICKS “Hick” “That’s hummer” College Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Boats, Warning Ships, Swimming, Driving, Water Skiing, Girls. f w BRUCE ROGER HIGGINS “Stay out of trouble” Activities: Yearbook Staff 4, Drama Club, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Radios. “Hig” Navy DIANNE LOUISE HIGGINS “Good Grief!” Activities: Junior Prom 3, Art 1, 2, Senior Prom 4, Chorus 1, Library Aide 1, 2, 3. Hobbies: Drawing, Reading, Water Skiing, Going to P.I. parties. “Di” Secretarial School ALLICE MARJORIE HOLLER College Activities: Chorus 1, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Cape Cod Music Festival 3, New England Music Festival 3, Junior Honor Society 1, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Junior Prom 3, Variety Show 3, Tennis 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Reading, Mariners, Swimming, Dancing, Beatles. THOMAS EDWARD HOLLIS “Tom” “Slow down, honey” t Navy Activities: J.V. Soccer 1, Variety Show 2, 4, Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Cars, Girls, Parties, Swimming, Hunting, Working, Putting engines in Fo ls, and going to Drive-In Movies. BRIAN DAVID HUMPHREY “Humpa” College Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod JMusic Festival 1, 2, 3; Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Eating, Doing nothing. SUSAN BARCLAY HORTON “Tudy” “I «don’t believe it!” College Activities: Student Council 4; Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; J.V. Cheer¬ leader 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-capt. 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Massachusetts Girls State Alternate 3; Class Secretary 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom Chairman 4; One-Act Plays 2; Chorus 1, 2; Variety Show 4; Softball Mgr. 1, 2. Hobbies: Sleeping, Spending money, Records, Parties, Summer, Quann Talk. CRAIG DIVEN JOHNSTON Activities: Chess Club, Honor Society. Hobbies: Fishing, Reading. JOHN FREDDRICK ILKOVICH “Jay” “Lots of luck” Navy Activities: Variety Show 2, 3, 4, One Act Plays 3, 4, Kitchen Help 3. Hobbies: Cars Boats, Water Skiing, Girls. KATHRYN FLORA JOHNSTON “Don’t get flustered.” Activities: Business Club 4. Hobbies: Horseback riding, Especially watching my favorite DANIEL BENNETT JOY “Big things come in small packages.” “Dan” Art School Activities: Class President 2; Student Council 1; Baseball 1, 2; Photography Club 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Massachusetts Drama Festival 3, Regional Cast Awardee 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Photography, Drawing, Acting. “Bozo” Beautician T.V. show —Bozo the Clown. STEPHEN MANTON KING “Stive” “Could you imagine?” College Activities: Entered 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Student Council 3; Varsity Club 4; Class Vice-President 4; Art 3, 4. Hobbies: Climbing water towers, Quann talk. GARY PETER KULESZA Hobbies: Hunting, Cars, Ice Hockey, Fishing, Bowling, Having a jolly good time. “Hymie” Mechanic MARYGRACE LANDERS “Grade” “Ya like that, huh?” Nursing Activities: Glee Club 1, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Singing, Twirling, Dancing, Dating, A Certain Someone. CAROL ELIZABETH LARSEN “Hi, fella” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2, 3; Library Aid 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: The “Viking”, Fishing, Dancing, Walking, Records. JANET ELIZABETH LEONARD “Ya gotta be kiddin’?” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Mistress 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; New England Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Refreshment Committee. xj JOANNE ETHEL LEONARD “Charlie” “Gosh darn it all!” College Activities: Honor Society 1; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; FTA 4, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Playing piano, Swimming, Rainbow, Reading, Sports, Dancing, Record HopL BRUCE S. MACFARLANE “Wanta Bet?” Activities: J.V. Baseball 1; Stage Crew. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Eating. PAULA JEAN LUSSIER “Runt” “Who are you trying to kid?” Business School Activities: Basketball 1, Field Hockey 1, French Club 1, 2, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Business Club 4, F.T.A. 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Records, Dating, Parties, Driving, and Boys. KENNITH NEWCOMB MAYO “You don’t learn everything from books!” Activities: Variety Show 4, Basketball Manager 4, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball Manager 4, Hobbies: Ice Hockey, Rolling Doughnuts at Mayo’s, Driving a ’64, Girls. “Head Duck” College JILL ANNE MAYO “Jilly” “Is that right?” Business School Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Prom 4, Business Club 4. Hobbies: Sports, Airlines, Parties. CECIL EMERY NEWCOMB “Feetsil” “Tel-e-gram for . . .!!!! ” Navy Activities: Variety Show 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2, Kitchen Help 4, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Dancing, Girls, Basketball, Drinking. LINDA ANN McCANDLESS “Lin’ ' “Silence is Golden” College Activities: Chorus 1, 2, Dramatics Club 2, Track 2. Hobbies: Geology, Skating, Swimming, Mariners, Cape Cod Salties, Hunting. “Murf” Coast Guard, LINDA LOU MONZON “Monzi” “You Apple!” College Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, Field Hockey 2, New England Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Usherettes 3, French Club 1. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Mariners, Vermont, Dancing, Animals. BRUCE ARTHUR MURPHY “That’s nice!” Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, A.V. 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Girls, Boating, Fishing, Traveling, Sports. 33 DAWN ELIZABETH PARKINGTON “Dawn” “You’re fooling!” College Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; JR. Honor Society 1, 2; SR. Honor Society 3, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 4; New England Music Festival 1, 2, 4; J.V. Basketball 1; F.T.A. 4. Hobbies: Music (violin, viola), Mariners, Sailing, Basketball, Tennis. MARC GASTON NORGEOT “Mac Nagget” “Ain’t she cunnin’!” Wine taster Activities: Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, (captain); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 4, Co-Captain 4; Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4; Bell Ringer 3; Varsity Club 3, 4, pres. 4; Class Secretary 4; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Wild, Wild times. ELEANOR MAY PEARSON “Is that right?” Activities: Business Club 4. Hobbies: Listening to the radio. Dancing, Reading, Fooling around. JOSEPH ANTHONY PELLEGRINO JR. “What’s your problem monzie?” Activities: Track 1, 2; Camera Club 1. Hobbies: Hunting, Messing Around. 34 “Joe” Coast Guard “Ellie” Marriage $ , - £ - JUDITH ANN PELLETIER “Judy” “Wicked!” Beautician Activities: Entered 3. Hobbies: Swimming, Fishing, Clothes, Boating, Parties, Cooking, Bowling, Golf, Basketball, R. C. DONNA JEAN PETERSON “Pete” “For Pete’s sake!” Phys. E. D. Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4; Softball Manager 2; F.T.A. 1, 3, 4; F.T.A. Treas. 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Library Aid 4. Hobbies: Sports, Mariners, Rainbow, Babysitting, Records, Fun. LAUREL LYNN PIERCE “C’est dommage” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; F.T.A. 1; Variety Show 1; One Act Play Competition 1; Dramatics award 1; French Club 1; Dramatics Club play 2; Art 1, 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Chess Club 3,,4; Usherettes 3; Photography Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Creative Writing 4. Hobbies: Reading, Music, Walking, Gardening, Flower arranging, Mariners. ALFRED RAYMOND PERREAULT Various names by various people “The Gremlins did it!” College—Engineering Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Class President 1; Class Vice-President 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Bowling, Sports, Acting up, K. D. ' VV- PATRICIA ELAINE PIERCE “Pat” “Is there a letter for me?” Secretarial School Activities: Basketball 1; Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Business Club 4; Varsity Club 4. Hobbies: W.H., Dancing, Water Skiing, Writing Letters, Cheering, Driving Having a Good Time. CHARLES J. POOLE “You better believe it!” Activities: Entered 3. Art 3, 4; Baseball 3; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Skin diving, Archery, Guns, Water skiing, Skipping gym. ‘Pocket” College ELIZABETH JEAN POOR Activities: Entered from Brookline High 3. Hobbies: Riding, BRIAN S. RAMSDELL “Think so, huh?” Navy Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Decorating Committee; Varsity Club 3, 4; Vice-President 1; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 2, 3. Hobbies: Surfing without a board, Swimming, Parties, D.A. “Betty-Boop” 36 NORMA TAMSEN RICE “I don’t care.” Activities: Business Club 4. Hobbies: Bowling, Dancing, Swimming, Water Skiing. JENNIFER RICHMOND “Jenny” Registered Nurse Activities: J.V. Basketball 1; Tennis 3; Junior Prom 3; Junior One-Act Play 3; Senior Drama Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Collecting collections. “Tammy” Beautician School CYNTHIA GAIL ROCK “Cindy” “Stop it some more.” College Activities: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; S tudent Council 4; Recording secretary 4; Class treasurer 3; Band 1, 2; Manager 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Aide 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Sailing, Water skiing, Parties, Records, N.B. JEAN ELIZABETH ROSE “Frankie” “Don’t tell me, let me guess.” Secretarial School Activities: Band 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; President Business Club 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Business Club 4. Hobbies: Cheering, Talking, Being an all-around pest. Arguing, A Certain Someone. RAYMOND JOSEPH ROSE “It’s been a business doing pleasure with you” Activities: Track 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, A.V. 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, 4. Hobbies: English Classes, wine, driving, getting into trouble. “Ray-Joe” undecided ■ f. “Will” Further Education DAVID EDWIN RYDER “It ain’t what you’ve got, it’s How you use it” Activities: Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Junior Prom 3, Senior Prom 4, A.V. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, drinking, scuba diving, cars, leather craft, coin collecting, all sports. ‘Al’ ALLEN EUGENE RYONE “What side is your heart on?” College Activities: J.V. Soccer 1, 2; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Cape All-Star Soccer 3, 4; Yearbook Sports Editor 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4. Hobbies: Sports, Girls, Having fun. MARGARET L. RYONE “Goody Two-shoes” “Peggy”, “Piglet” College Activities: Chorus 1; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Student Council 2; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Co-Capt. 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Usherette 2, 3, 4; MASC convention 2; Chess Club 3; Library aide 3, 4; Office aide 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; One-Act Play 2; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Sports editor 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Mass. Girls State delegate 3. Hobbies: Rainbow, Mariners, MYF, basketball, boating, hunting, T.C. CHRISTINE MARGOT SEAMAN “Chris” “Hey, tell somebody who cares!” College Activities: Art 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 4; Speech Contest 1; One-Act Play 2; , Junior Prom ' 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Honor Society 1, 3, 4; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Sleeping, Skiing, Mariners, Giving wild P.J. parties, My hot M.G., Quann talk. JO-ELL ANN SCHOONEJONGEN “I don’t believe you said that!” Hobbies: Tropical fish, Having fun. “Willie” Beautician “Scottie” College JANE FRANGES SAWLER Activities: Business Club 4. Hobbies: Sports Cars, Horses, Talking, Putting Around, Traveling. SHANNON JOAN SCARRY “Shannon” College Activities: Entered 2, One Act Plays 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President of Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Dramatics Club 4; Chess Club 3; Executive For A Day 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Medal 3; Dramatics Festival Award 3; Dramatics Festival 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3. Hobbies: Dramatics, Knitting, Dancing, Reading, Work, People, Procrastination. DANIEL WESLEY SMITH “Dan” College Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Junior Prom 3. Hobbies: Hunting, Motorized two wheeled vehicles. MARY ELIZABETH SMITH “Mimi” “I don’t believe it!” Business School Activities: Entered 3. Hobbies: Talking, Collecting records, Driving Thunderbirds, Doodling, Goofing off, Boys. MICHAEL CORCORAN SMITH “Mike” “What’s so funny about that?” Travel Activities: Orchestra 1, 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Variety Show 2, 4; Basketball Manager 4; Class President 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Auto mechanics, Sports, Music, Horses, Having fun, Girls, Raising hell. SALLY ANN SMITH “You nut.” Activities: JV Cheerleader 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Business Club 4. “Sal” Hairdresser SUSAN HALL SMITH Activities: Creative Writing 4; Literary Magazine 4. Hobbies: Reading, Riding, Drawing, Writing. “Sue” College JOHN SNOW Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Camping, Exploring. “John-” Undecided JUDITH LANG SPARROW “Judy” “You bet your sweet life.” College Activities ' : Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Usherettes 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; Junior Prom 3; Class Treasurer 4; Variety Show 4. Hobbies: Skiing, Knitting, Traveling Mariners, Eating, Driving. PETER BLACKALL SPARROW “Pete” “Yeah, but—” College Activities: Soccer 1; Tennis 2; Chess Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Tennis, Swimming, Sailing, Fishing, Camping. LORRAINE JEAN TAYLOR “T” “Size makes no difference.” Retail Merchandising Activities: Honor Society 2; Class Vice-President 3; Junior Prom 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; All Star Team 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Treas¬ urer 3; Sec. 4; Student Council 4; Recording Secretary 4; Office Help 4; Senior Prom 4. WILLIAM ROBERT SPEAR III “Bill” “You didn’t!” Barber School Activities: Soccer 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Parties, Hunting, Cars, Girls, P.H. LARRY KINGSBURY SQUIRE “Larry” “Pardon?” College Activities: M.A.S.C. Convention 3; Boys State Alternate 3; Cape All Stars 3; Junior Prom 3; Honor Society 1, 2; Class Treasurer 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 3, 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4; President 4; Varsity Club 4; Senior Prom 4; Yearbook Staff 1; Business Manager 4. Hobbies: Sports, Girls, Parties, Eating, Having fun. MICHAEL SUTTON “Sut” College Activities: Photography Club 1; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball Manager 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; U. N. Representative 3. Hobbies: Sailing, Hunting, Sports, Fishing. DEBORAH ULLMAN “Debbie” Activities: One-act plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Majorettes 2; Drama Award 3; Art 3; School Play 3, 4; Drama Festival 3, 4. SHERBURNE MERRILL VALLI “Show me more.” Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Hobbies: Hunting, Traveling. “Sherb” Coast Guard, RICHARD JOHN VANDERMAY Activities: Soccer 1; Student Council 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. LINDA GRACE VIPRINO “Linda” “What’s new?” . College Activities: Art 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: J.P.R.G., Painting, Drawing, Swimming, Walking, Dancing, T.H. “Rich” College Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod College J. MICHAEL WALTER “Cool it man, cool it.” Activities: Baseball 1; Tennis 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; F.T.A. Hobbies: Sports, Collecting coins, Playing ping-pong. Water-skiing. LAWRENCE ELDREDGE WILCOX “Larry” “Wicked!” College Activities: Orchestra 1; Band 2; Varsity Soccer 1, 2; J.V. Baseball 1; Honor Society 1, 2, 3; President 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Student Council 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Audio¬ visual 4. Hobbies: Ice hockey, Swimming, Summer vacations. ERIC EVERETT WINSLOW College Activities: J.V. Soccer 1, 2; J.V. Basketball 1; J.V. Baseball 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. 44 Danny H ■» QP M. r £ I Chris lavrcn izarme Peter " MMW reddy Joanne Jonria nice Carol Chris [ ' anui y Class History For most of us it all began in 1947, but in 1959 we arrived at the new Nauset Regional High School . . . the first class to be together all the way through Junior and Senior High. Those seventh and eighth grade years were full of such things as lunchroom boy¬ cotts, “The Hardship of Wilden Outlandish”, wild parties and note-passing. When we became Freshmen, it seemed as though we were finally on our way. We elected Fred Perreault as President, Brian Ramsdell as Vice President, Pam Harrell and Joanne Leonard as Treasurer. Remember when . . . Everyone was enthusiastic about trying out for sports, and we had some huge J.V. teams . . . A certain Biology class drove its teacher out after only four months of school.. . We didn’t quite make it with our One-Act Play Competition entry, “It’s a Small World”, despite the efforts of Joe Clump and others . .. Mrs. Vogel stepped on Chris Brown’s sneakered foot with her spike heel and stayed there for a full five minutes . . . The ever-popular squirt guns were prevalent, as was pitching pennies in the boys’ room . . . The Sophomore year found us electing Dan Joy as President, Fred as Vice President, Tudy as Secretary and Larry Squire as Treasurer. Remember when . . . The students in the commercial department rooms got their feet wet due to a few uncontrolled condensers in the Chem lab below . . . All of the girls had fantastic crushes on Mr. Eck ... Dick Hayman read such lines as “Curses! Foiled again!” out of his top hat in “Her Fatal Beauty”, our unsuccessful one-act play . . . We were stuck for a theme, and put on the Sopho¬ more? Dance .. . In our Junior year, we started to feel that we were pretty big stuff. Leading us to fame that year were Kimball, Presi dent; Lorraine, Vice President; Judy, Secretary; and Cindy, Treasurer. Remember when . .. We all got our class rings, and everyone suddenly developed itches which required vigorous and pro¬ longed scratching . . . If you couldn’t skip school to go hunting, you quacked in the halls instead ... Everyone discovered what lovely voices they had, as we all harmonized with the intercom tone . . . We finally won the One-Act Play Competition with a stirring performance of “Riders to the Sea”. The Junior Prom, “Gone With The Wind”, was a complete success; but the party (or parties) after¬ wards was something else again . . . Putting soap in the distilled water was good for a laugh . . . “The Madwoman of Chaillot” proved what great dramatic talent was present in our class especially, as the play won the Massachusetts Drama Festival . . . Firecrackers were the current fad, with rear-end collisions running a close second in popularity . . . Our Senior year—the last stop before we were left to fare for ourselves. We were all determined to make it the best year ever. In the Fall, we elected a fine group of officers to lead us through. Mike Smith was Presi¬ dent, Steve King, Vice President; Marc, Secretary; and Judy, Treasurer. Remember when . . . Steve stripped off his raccoon coat to reveal a frilly pink nightgown, and then he along with seven other ravishing beauties did the Bunny Hop in the big pep rally . . . We always had something going on in the Senior Room—clay going on the walls, for instance . . . The Senior Honor Society was presented with its very own private airplane, the Baby Huey Special . . . Disappearing ink was all the rage . .. The halls rang with the cry, “Telly-gram for Cecil!” What did it say . . . Certain members of the class showed definite signs of regression by wearing kiddie hats . . . Allen made the All-Star Soccer team for the second year in a row, and later discovered he had hands of steel . . . Unauthorized coffee breaks downtown were our answer to third period droop .. . We started new traditions at our Senior Prom, “Camelot”—queens and twenty-foot Christmas trees ... The basketball team made both the Principals’ and Tech Tournaments, and Marc won the Cape Sports¬ manship award . . . The Senior Trip arid Banquet, Baccalaureate, Grad¬ uation and The Party marked our farewell . . . We wish to thank our class advisors, Miss Garfield and Mr. Smith, and all those who helped make these past years so memorable. We leave in the hope that we will long be remembered. Tudy Horton Marc Norgeot 49 Class Will I, Barbara Adams, leave my “legs” to Carolyn Rich¬ ardson. I, John Ambroult, leave my ability to leave rubber in a jeep to Tom Adams. I, Marcia Anderson, leave in my ’53 Chevy. I, Sandy Atwood, leave my straight blond locks to Kathy Duffy. I, Laurena Baker, leave my winning smile to Gail Nickerson. I, Suzanne Baker, leave my rousing cheering ability to any up-and-coming cheerleader who needs to be roused. I, Susan Banas, leave Miss Stevens all nicely buttered up for her next French III class. I, Edwin Berrio, leave sixty pounds of my fat to Mr. McCaskie. I, Chris Brown, leave my collection of duck etchings to the school’s naturalists. I, Ned Brown, leave now because I have to be on time. I, Steve Brown, leave my mo-jo workout to posterity. I, Ann Brueckmann, leave my respect for teachers to Linda Lou Ellis. I, Laurie Cardinal, leave my broken finger and calm temper to Pam Deschamps. I, Sandra Carpenter, leave my long fingernails to Miss Leary. I, Jerry Cestaro, leave my red belt in Karate to Glenn Hogg. I, Jane Cole, leave my dimples to Nancy Hokkanen. I, Tom Collins, leave my driving ability to Mr. O’Brien to use in future Driver Ed classes as an example of how not to drive. I, Joe Connors, leave. I, Kimball Coombs, leave Mr. Zantow’s algebra marks that he so gladly gave me to someone more gullible. I, Nancy Cowen, leave, but not too far from Jan. I, Janet Crowell, leave Be Be a non-sticky Deodorant. I, Cliffy Dalby, leave my typing ability to Miss Leary. I, Patsy Daley, leave—if it’s okay with my mother. I, Janet Daniels, leave my brains in bookkeeping to Kathy Larrimore. I, Mike David, leave a broken fiberglass pole vault and the bill to the track team. I, Wynn Deschamps, leave my good name to Cousin Pam. I, Dorleen Dougherty, leave my post as cheerleader captain to Dianne Purpura. I, Chris Doughty, leave gleefully my tall lankiness to Bobby Jones. I, John Doyle, leave my good name, “Deacon”, to my sister. I, Paul Drake, leave nothing to anyone who wants it. I, Kathy Dunham, leave Mr. O’Brien asking somebody else Physics questions. I, Art Dunsford, leave 180 days worth of rations to the kitchen staff during Better Food Year. I, Paul Eaton, leave for the Virgin Islands. I, Chris Ellis, leave my ability in Latin to Doc Brooks. I, Elaine Ellis, leave with Janie to go as far as the VW will make it. I, Pat Ellis, leave the cake to whomever takes it. I, Ted Ellis, leave with a sigh of relief. I, Win Farwell, leave for the White House. I, Bill Felt, leave my cowboy shirt to Wild Bill. I, Sue Ferreira, leave my dislike for milk to H. P. Hood. I, Jacqui Fickett, leave my sister to anyone who needs a haircut. I, Frank Finn, leave my legs to Bruce Gardner. I, Kathy Gallant, leave a big kiss to Charlie Meads. I, Jan Gill, leave my tissues to next year’s hockey team. I, Pam Gill, leave my attendance record to anyone who wishes to play the game. I, Andrea Hampton, leave all my great brains in math to Chris Gray and Ann Kane. I, Pam Harris, leave my quiet ways and manners to Pam Deschamps. I, Pat Harris, leave, taming a Mustang. I, Betsy Hayman, leave all my lost books to anyone who can find them. I, Richard Hayman, leave very shaky after two years of Mr. Collins climbing my frame in Shop. I, Maryann Hendrickson, leave my clirly locks to Robin Adams. I, Paul Hicks, leave the Yearbook advisors in peace. I, Bruce Higgins, leave all my books in the trash. I, Dianne Higgins, leave my freckles to Marion Walsh. I, Alice Holler, leave my name and reputation to a girl called Margaret. I, Tom Hollis, leave my ’53 Ford to Ralph Rapata— and whatever is in the trunk my brother can have. I, Tudy Horton, leave my sneakers in the oven since they weren’t dry in time for a game. I, Brian Humphrey, leave my Fred Astaire grace to Tim Jacobs. I, Jay Ilkovich, leave my Ford pick-up to next year’s Auto Mechanics class. 50 I, Craig Johnston, leave an infinite series of steps to Mr. O’Brien. I, Kathy Johnston, leave all my freckles to Ann Kane and my Bozo buddies to Joyce French. I, Danny Joy, leave my model, Rebecca Burrill, to Tim Jacobs with hopes that he will do her justice. I, Steve King, leave my notorious blue Plymouth to Winnie Knowles and Bob Deschamps. I, Gary Kulesza, leave my transmission to the Auto Mechanics class. I, Mary Grace Landers, leave my giggle to Pat Turner. I, Carol Larsen, leave for that great fishing ground where all the schools swimming around are boys. I, Janet Leonard, leave a pack of gum to Ronnie Smith to chew during Orchestra—he never gets caught! I, Joanne Leonard, leave the Senior Room in peace and quiet. I, Paula Lussier, leave my nickname, “Runt”, to Miss Leary. I, Bruce MacFarlane, leave for the Amazon Jungle to test my snake-proof boots. I, Jill Mayo, leave, headed for that dirt road. I, Kenny Mayo, leave Doctor Brooks with peace, hop¬ ing cousin Gary doesn’t let things go that way. I, Linda McCandless, leave to give speech lessons to Peggy Ryone. I, Linda Monzon, leave my duck to the Biology lab. I, Bruce Murphy, leave what I brought to this school —“nothing”. I, Cecil Newcomb, leave my size 16 feet to Bruce Gardner. I, Marc Norgeot, leave for the party straight from graduation. It’s gonna be wild I, Dawn Parkington, am leaving but a new dawn will rise. I, Ellie Pearson, leave hitch-hiking for Wellfleet. I, Joe Pellegrino, leave in my Chevy if it is still run¬ ning by June 7th. I, Judy Pelletier, leave my Sunday afternoon drives to Rena Melanson. I, Fred Perreault, leave Mr. Hutchings alone. I, Donna Peterson, leave my ability to blush to Mr. Donahue. I, Laurel Pierce, leave my absentmindedness—some¬ where. I, Pat Pierce, leave to join the Waves. I, Charlie Poole, leave Nauset Regional High School, free of charge, to the faculty to run. I, Betty Poor, leave a couple of barrettes for Gail Nickerson to tie back her bonny blond hair. I, Brian Ramsdell, leave for Rockland. I, Tammy Rice, leave for Great Pond in my ’55 Chevy—again. I, Jennifer Richmond, leave a bouquet of flowers to keep the school in perpetual fragrance. I, Cindy Rock, leave my water skis to someone who knows how to use them. I, Jean Rose, leave my ability to do the twist to any¬ one who wants a vacation from school. I, Ray Rose, leave chasing cowboys in my “Indian”. I, Dave Ryder, leave my ability to twist meanings to Eddie Bessom. I, A1 Ryone, leave a book of instructions on how to cross the ball and heading fundamentals to Frank Gallant. I, Peggy Ryone, leave my quiet and soothing voice to next year’s first period office secretary. I, Jane Sawler, leave to join the Army. I, Shannon Scarry, leave my new book, The Secret of Longevity, to Carol Young. I, Jo-ell Schoonejongen, leave my Scott tissues to any¬ one who may need them. I, Chris Seaman, leave for West Virginia to get a me¬ chanic to fix my MG. I, Danny Smith, leave my party in a hurry—on my fully equipped (smoke screen, oil slick, ejection seat) motor scooter. I, Mary Smith, leave Maria Burgess a non-curly per¬ manent. I, Mike Smith, leave by the skin of my teeth. I, Susan Smith, leave Creative Writing very gladly. I, John Snow, leave in my magnificent Merc. I, Judy Sparrow, leave shuddering in my ’48 Ford. I, Peter Sparrow, leave my asthma to anyone who will take it. I, Billy Spear, leave my good name to my brother Bob. I, Larry Squire, leave all pooped out. I, Mike Sutton, leave one-half ounce of sodium chloride mixed in with a jar of potassium chloride to Mr. Pettengill. I, Lorraine Taylor, leave nothing; I need everything I have. I, Debbie Ullman, leave one rogie article for the cellar to Pegeen Parkington. I, Sherb Valli, leave quietly. I, Richard VanderMay, leave my ability to bother Mr. James to Gary Joseph. I, Linda Viprino, leave my golden silence to John Tovrov. I, Mike Walter, leave all my basketball injuries to Bobby Jones academy award list. I, Larry Wilcox, leave my scooter to anyone who wants to freeze on their way to school next year. I, Eric Winslow, leave all my perfection to John Tovrov. 51 Class Prophecy Barbara Adams is now an escape artist in a circus. Shp taught herself by climbing out of her bedroom window legs first. John Ambroult, that great do-it-yourselfer, spends most of his time fixing the leaks in his jeep with Bazooka Bubble Gum. With a cute smile and a bunny tail, Marcia Anderson can be seen in the Nantucket Playboy Club. Sandy Atwood recently devised a new type of Field study for nurses. Laurena Baker, combining two professions, is still working at the A P, while giving a wash and set for five books of Plaid Stamps. Suzanne Baker, woman of the world, now makes regular trips between her plantation in Honduras and New Orleans— on her grandfather’s banana boat. Sue Banas can now be seen in suburbia, selling Schwinn bicycles door to door. Buddy Berrio is now the top male model for Sears and Roebuck. You should see him in those B.V.D.’s! Well, in twenty years, Chris Brown is still going to be seventeen years old. Never gonna grow up, huh? Dentist Ned Brown, who always displayed a certain uncer¬ tainty, finally went overboard. His latest patient’s tooth rotted away while he decided whether or not to pull it. Steve Brown is making music history with Lawrence Welk. He doubles on the Bubble Machine and the Kazoo. Ann Brueckmann dyed her hair green for Saint Patrick’s Day. Poor girl, she didn’t realize it was permanent. Laurie Cardinal has just published her answer to Webster’s Dictionary . . . Cardinal’s Uncensored. Sandi Carpenter recently released a new product on the market—wooden fingernail covers. We understand they sell big in the Orient. Gerry Cestaro has just established a club for ninety pound weaklings on Muscle Beach. More power to ya, Gerry! We haven’t heard from Jane Cole since graduation. Where are you, Jane? Tom Collins has become a real Beefeater and he lives in Manhattan with his Old Grandad. Joe Connors’ intellectual capacity in the field of math was finally realized at E.T.—that’s Eastham Tech. At the age of ninety-seven, Kimball Coombs is still an Eagle Scout and he lives by the Boy Scout Laws. Christine Seaman became a headline in the obituary pages as she was bowled over by a stampeding Nancy Cowen who caught the Jan Higgins scent .. . (male!) Janet Crowell has patented a new Crowell Call . . . Caw! Caw! We see Cliffy Dalby’s name headlining the sports pages. He has finally won the International Demolition Derby. ’Bout time he got paid for being in accidents! Patsy Daley just wrote a new book on . . . It’s great! Janet Daniels has finally worked her way up to head cos¬ metic salesgirl for U. Livingston and Company. Mike David now leads a life of comfort in the true Southern style on his gentleman’s farm in Tennessee. Seaman First Class Wynn Deschamps fell off the poop deck once too often, so he decided he’d go back to pumping gas. Dorleen Dougherty is with the Arthur Murray Studios, teach¬ ing the Frug to Mrs. Murray. Chris Doughty wanted a bouquet so badly that she swung herself a bridesmaid job and still she missed. Why? Could be her tall lankiness! John Doyle has turned into a wife-beater. She may - be bigger but that doesn’t stop you, Tiger!! Paul Drake was burned on his er . . . uh . . . anyway, he was trying to iron on his pants. Serves you right! Art Dunsford twisted his tongue doing isometric exercises. Now the poor fellow can only say “Uh!” We hear Paul Eaton stowed away on a freighter bound for the Virgin Islands. Chris Ellis, clothes designer, tried to introduce pants for men worn from the neck down—but they choked him. Elaine Ellis is on Broadway now, playing the difficult role of Tinkerbell in Peter Pan. Watch out for Captain Hook, Elaine! You can send away to Patty Ellis for free lettered sneakers —what do they say, Patty? Ted Ellis has become chief technician in charge of stealing Christmas trees . . . after the season’s over. Win Farwell, after striving for many years, finally made it to the White House . . . but the guards wouldn’t let him in. “Hot Spurs” Felt was last seen headed for North Texas— shirt and all. Last time we saw Sue Ferreira was on television. She was all dressed up and she seemed to be holding some sort of crown. Jacqui Fickett was doing a commendable job in the Peace Corps until she was carried away by a monkey that happened to be swinging by. Lately we see F. Finn making a wild scene on the folk stage. Frankly, Finn, we hear you’re doing great!! We notice that Kathy Gallant finally “fell out of her tree.” Jan Gill owns the controlling interest in Kleenex. The hose knows! Pam Gill got fired from her job as Truant Officer because she was absent so often. Reliable sources tell us that Andrea Hampton is Down Under, surfin’ on the big ones. Pam Harris, now a policewoman, can be seen brandishing a Billy club. Pat Harris is now a trim young stewardess for TWA, handing out motion-sickness bags to airsick travellers. Betsy Hayman has moved off-Cape and we understand she triumphantly thumbed her nose at the Cape when she had crossed the canal. Richard Hayman recently nosed out Chubby Checker in a twist contest. Making movie history is Maryann Hendrickson, who, with her curly locks, has immortalized Shirley Temple’s old role of Heidi. Increasing his fame as an editor, Paul Hick ' s now heads the staff of Playboy. We hear he’s got the rabbit habit! Bruce Higgins, internationally known philanthropist, gives any spare Volkswagen he happens to have to his alma mater. Dianne Higgins has developed a new super-duper Mixer- upper for tfye orange drinks at Livingston’s. Keeps the hands clean and the customers happy, huh, Di! Alice Holler now plays piano for the Brewster Boogie Woogies. Those Brewster Boys really swing . . . ah, Hoj! Tom Hollis has taken a Gallup Poll on who likes who in the Nauset History Department. The winner? Mr. Kelley! While a senior in college, Tudy Horton found another sopho¬ more to pick on. Will she ever learn? Down in the Tijuana Jail, ol’ Brian Humphrey is lamenting that he ever fit ten people in the front seat of his Chihuahua Coupe on Halloween night. 52 That lover of lovers, Jay Ilkovich, is now in the U.S. Navy, and we hear he has a girl in every port. In his old age, Craig Johnston plays chess on Ralston cereal packages. Challenging, huh, Craig! Kathy (Bozo) Johnston can now be seen ' entertaining the kiddies at the check-out counter in the First National. A moment of silence for Dan Joy ... he just drowned in a paint pot. Steve has recently been elected King of the Casanovas. Owner and proprietor of a new garage, Gary Kulesza is re¬ portedly “having a jolly good time”. Now a famous lady wrestler, Mary Grace Landers’ secret of success is twirling her opponents in an airplane spin and dash¬ ing them to the mat. Carol Larsen used to wear a smile and a Jantzen. What are you wearing now, Carol? With a hearty laugh and a slide rule, Janet Leonard teaches Calculus to Australian Aborigines. Joanne Leonard is a piano-playing madam in New Orleans’ House of the Rising Sun. Paula Lussier recently wrecked her mustard—er, uh, Mus¬ tang at Jolly Jack’s. The law finally caught up with Bruce MacFarlane. He robbed Goose Hummock, and realized too late that his snake- proof weren’t fuzz-proof, too. Jill Mayo is in the Supreme Court facing charges of tam¬ pering with someone’s mail. It must have been quite the letter! Poor ol’ Kenny Mayo got shipped off in a crate of ducks. What’s that you say, Ken? Quack, quack? Linda McCandless can now be seen singing while she paints QUIET signs at the Cape Cod Hospital. Linda Monzon got kicked out of college. Seems she was harboring ducks in her dorm! Track star Bruce Murphy has really made ' a name for him¬ self. He’s the chief waterboy for the Olympic Track Team. Marc Norgeot’s ambition to be a wine taster was finally realized, but he had to quit his job because poor little Lor¬ raine couldn’t carry him home every night. Dawn Parkington had to cut off all that long hair. It kept getting caught in her violin, and the resin didn’t do it much good. Ellie Pearson is now a statistician working on the popula¬ tion problem. She’s contributing to it, as she has 4.8 children. Starting his own taxi service, Joe Pellegrino’s slogan if “Take ’em or leave ’em!” Oh, well . . . Last time we saw Judy Pelletier, she was doing some pretty smooth skating at the rink . . . with Rink. Fred Perreault and Kathy Dunham have established a new funeral parlor—Freddy’s Funerals and Kathy’s Kaskets, Inc. What a team! Following in her brother’s footsteps, Donna Peterson now chases all the rowdies off of Nauset Beach during the summer. Latest addition to the Peace Corps, that language whiz Laurel Pierce teaches Sanskrit td " the intellectual Mau Maus. Pat Pierce may be seen cheering on guess-which-side at the Army-Navy games. Latest dirt on Charlie Poole! He’s taken up a life of petty crime . . . yup, he’s a pickpocket. Betty Poor now has her own restaurant and it’s very success¬ ful. Seems she’s an extremely good cook. Brian Ramsdell is out at Makaha Beach, defying the Laws of Gravity by surfing without a board. Hope your feet aren’t ticklish, Brian. Mao Tse-Tung tells us that Tammy Rice and Uncle Ben discovered they were related while on a Yangtze River sampan. Jenny Richmond, sexton in hand, navigates the turbulent waters of Arey’s Pond with the help of a crew of Brewster Boys. Stony faced, Cindy Rock tripped on a pebble and hit her head on a boulder in the Granite State. With a name like that we’re not surprised! Jean Rose was arrested for jaywalking in San Francisco. Watch your step, Jean. We understand Ray Rose drove his Indian off of the Well- fleet Pier, running the quarter mile the wrong way. He made good time, though. Dave Ryder was Jerry’s first customer at the Muscle Beach Body Building Program. Don’t overdo it, Dave. Allen Ryone, who developed hands of steel early in life, recently broke a ref’s neck in the Okefenokee Tourney. What ya say, Al? Hoj!!! Peggy Ryone, who will be remembered for her gracefulness, is now a model—for PF Fliers. With her super-charged, dual quad Volkswagen, Jane Sawler beat a hot Austin Healey Sprite in the Grand Prix. Nice going, Jane! When last seen, Shannon Scarry was substituting for the Statue of Liberty while Liberty vacationed. They’re about the same height! Jo-ell Schoonejongen, realizing the difficulty her friends had spelling her name, finally got up the courage to change it. She is now known as Bathsheba Schoonejongen. Chris Seaman incurred the wrath of the Board of Trus¬ tees at the University of New Hampshire when she held an¬ other wild pajama party. She filled the entire Field House with rollicking, pajama-clad girls. Danny Smith, that great hunter, bagged himself a 99-year old aardvark in the Lincoln Park Zoo. How ’bout that! Known for her gift of gab, Mary Smith has taken over Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood column. Mike Smith is now at Harvard doing graduate work on the basic principles of appazzudikkas. Fascinating, huh, Mike! Sue Smith has an enviable job—she draws the “What—Me Worry” pictures for Mad Magazine. John Snow still lives in Wellfleet, and he still holds with thp tradition that New Englanders don’t waste words. Judy Sparrow recently appeared on the pages of Mademoi¬ selle as one of the ten best-dressed college girls. Peter Sparrow is at the County Courthouse with his father. Only difference, Peter has a mop instead of a gavel. Bill Spear is accompanying a herd of Taylor’s cows to the Argentine Pampas. How ’bout that! Larry Squire is now tri-captain of the International All- Star Wheelchair Basketball Team. Big game fisherman Mike Sutton reeled in a merman by mistake. How’s that again??? Debbie Ullman’s acting ability has finally been discovered by a Hollywood producer, who has cast her as Lady Godiva. We hear Trigger is her co-star. Sherb Valli finds his lonely hours as a Coast Guard pa¬ trolman are broken up by chatting with friendly seagulls. Seems he’s been able to bridge the language barrier, Squawk! We see Rich VanderMay riding around lately in a 1956 Rambler. Who are you trying to kid, Rich? Because she moved so much, Linda Viprino decided to save herself some money. She’s now the head of Allied Van Lines. Accident-prone Mike Walter suffered a severe skull fracture due to an angry tsetse fly. Finding his niche in life, Larry Wilcox, that great archi¬ tect, now designs Appalachian outhouses. Always the perfectionist, Eric Winslow has set a new rec¬ ord for marriages and divorces in his search for the perfect match. Shannon Scarry Mike Smith 53 SB. ’ M s ■ T JSf 1 ' ; i Junior Prom 56 Junior Prom 57 Senior Prom 58 “ Camelot” 59 I 6 Juniors FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Hooker, K. Duffy, B. Perreault, J. Bassett, G. Nickerson, D. Belisle, B. Anderson, R. Adams, L. Thorne, B. Snow, B. McClintock, K. Doughty, C. Young, M. Grindle, S. Jennings, B. Anderson, A. Kane, L. Chase, B. Sears, D. Murphy, D. Purpura, L. Nelson, Mr. Hutchings. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Holt, H. Smith, J. Baker, S. Grout, P. Turner, R. Gallant, A. Field, P. Rawl, A. Sanford, P. Murray, P. Packett, L. Lee, B. Cole, L. Blakely, J. Delaney, M. Foran, E. Doane, L. McMakin, J. French, C. Trahan, D. Mickle, D. Crowell. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Brown, R. Viprino, C. Reynolds, D. Philbrick, N. Pear¬ son, E. Tartaglia, H. Nickerson, P. Nickerson, 0. J. Ellis, P. Deschamps, K. Berger, E. Henry, M. Stephens, J. Nickerson, ' C. Gray, L. Fitzgerald, G. McCoubrey, M. Creighton, S. Campbell, L. L. Ellis, J. Tovrov, D. Anderson, J. Dumont. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Higgins, D. Ventiquattro, D. Bishop, T. Boyd, J. Latham, J. Higgins, P. Hedin, C. Gardner, D. Sparrow, R. Davenport, R. Robinson, C. Peters, J. Ferreira, L. Gardner, T. Jacobs, S. Weinig, R. Wilkinson, A. Vickers, J. Sherwin, C. Jennings, T. Laposky, J. Schofield. FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Adams, B. Coulson, T. Duffy, P. Cole, R. Young, J. Higgins, L. Williams, R. Cowen, B. Savin, G. Williams, K. Williams, R. Hayes, D. Hodgins, R. Cochran, C. Meads, F. Gallant, T. Berrio, T. Murphy, J. Rainey, R. Alexander, R. Rongner. t| I ' i CLASS OFFICERS: Rick Alex¬ ander, Vice-President; Dianne Purpura, Treasurer; Tom Mur¬ phy, President; Olive Jean El¬ lis, Secretary. Sophomores FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Smith, N. HokkanEn, B. Adams, C. Fisher, S. Putnam, P. Squire, D. Ohmann, S. Monzon, C. Neese, P. Meads, R. Rose, M. Caton, C. Langlais, M. Nickerson, J. Rose, J. Patton, D. Letts, D. Campbell, M. Duffy, B. Callis, V. Joseph, Mr. Kelly. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Quinn, K. Rongner, M. Walsh, C. Richardson, D. Bassett, D. Silva, S. Garfield, F. Turner, I. Farrell, K. Norgeot, S. Hayes, K. Larrimore, D. Perreault, C. Davis, M. Blakeley, P. Tartaglia, P. Turner, L. Menard, M. Chase, M. Corbett, E. Richards, L. Gainey, D. Rhodes, C. Haynes. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Burton, R. Jennings, K. New¬ comb, G. Bolton, J. Downey, G. Allen, D. MacArthur, R. Fulcher, J. Morton, E. Kinder, W. McMakin, R. Randall, D. Delano, B. Lavallee, K. Viprino, G. Joseph, D. Francis, T. Fuller, G. Higgins. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Hilferty, D. Young, H. Dickey, K. Doughty, R. Corrigan, D. Bohannon, F. Snider, C. Gray, L. Eldredge, R. Allard, B. Whelan, W. Ormsby, M. Ramsdell, N. Weber, D. Brown, G. Rockwell, P. Burton. FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Felt, S. Eldredge, B. MacGregor, G. Philbrick, D. Anderson, A. Fitsch, R. Jones, G. Mayo, M. Crosby, R. Smith, E. Dumont, E. Young. CLASS OFFICERS: Gary Phil- brick, President; Sheri Putnam, Treasurer; Marion Walsh, Vice- President; Donna Perreault, Sec¬ retary. 63 Freshmen FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Owen9, M. Lemoine, A. Sherwin, M. Daley, M. Maza, L. Brown, C. Bruce, L. Brawn, E. Roy, P. Belanger, M. Holler, D. Arriola, S. Rose, J. Felt, M. Laposky, D. Barrio, D. Hope, C. Benn, L. Velander, M. Daley, W. Lorraine, Mrs. Roach. SECOND ROW: V. Paine, L. St. Aubin, M. Burgess, S. Higgins, S. Peters, J. Nadeau, J. Dunham, L. Curran, P. Quinn, E. Bur- rill, A. Knowles, L. Velander, N. Chase, C. Souza, K. Delano, S. Ellis, A. Gainey, N. St. Onge, S. Sparrow, K. Mickle, D. Thome. THIRD ROW: S. Nickerson, G. Hogg, D. Acorn, E. Bishop, C. Atwood, J. Doughty, A. Pease, F. Robicheau, E. Lindholm, B. Rose, D. Grover, G. Thompson, R. Clark, T. Gould, R. Eldredge, C. Higgins, K. Fates, D. Brown, B. Gardner. FOURTH ROW: B. Pate, W. Eldredge, D. Maza, R. Harris, S. Nickerson, D. Smith, D. Bernard, J. Finn, P. Humphrey, K. W ' iley, J. Finlay, F. Dodge, R. Taber, G. Lee, R. Gaston, T. Hayes, P. Francis, P. Nichols. FIFTH ROW: J. Joy, D. Campbell, R. Pope, M. MacPherson, P. Hendrickson, G. Putnam, N. Demetras, B. VanBuskirk, E. Hart. • k I ■i jf ' • T _ CLASS OFFICERS: Elizabeth Burrill, Secretary; Brian Rose, Vice President; Malcolm Mac¬ Pherson, President; Sandy Hig¬ gins, Treasurer. i Eighth Grade FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Davenport, J, Montvilla, M. Francis, C. Dickson, C. Bobchek, M. Graham, B. Cummings, B. Adams, N. Westergaard, H. Troutz, D. Berrio, H. Goodrich, J. Delory, C. Wilkinson, L. Kmiec, D. Doepper, L. Pike, T. Johnson, J. Montvilla, T. Brace, S. Kulesza. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Fulcher, A. Bell, Bt Mayo, S. Miller, P. Snow, M. Nickerson, B. Wil¬ cox, G. Bearse, R. Downs, C. Woods, B. Berger, P. Whiting, K. Brewer, M. Stoddard, C. Backus, K. Brown, K. Svenningson, D. Weber, B. Gardner, Mr. Morse. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Cole, P. Brown, J. Curran, K. Berger, J. Tartaglia, L. Eldredge, J. Wilcox, B. Collinsworth, C. Bartlett, K. Wiley, J. Gill, S. Caton, M. Doyle, J. Collins, G. Carpenter, N. Pellegrino, D. Matson, R. Betterley, W. Scott. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Farrell, W. Brown, D. Ilkovitch, R. Cota, W. Duffy, D. Langlais, R. Scott, K. Walsh, T. Whitney, D. Scarry, R. Campbell, M. Johnston, M. Leger, G. Fulcher, D. Bashaw, C. Newcomb, D. Murphy, B. White. FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Fallon, F. Quinn, S. Lohr, K. Pike, D. Fitzgerald, D. Collins, D. Sorensen, J. Rawl, J. Demetras, S. Holbrook, W. Brooks, J. David, N. Nickerstin, R. Hayes, G. Nickerson, R. Whiting. CLASS OFFICERS: David Ilko¬ vitch, President; Nancy Wester¬ gaard, Treasurer; Bruce White, Vice President. I 65 Seventh Grade FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Pettengill, L. Flavin, K. Souza, R. Fates, M. Daniels, L. Putnam, J. Laposky, P. Nickerson, R. Ladner, D. Jennings, C. Chandler, B. Erickson, G. Bengston, C. Rogers, P. Sparrow, L. Joy, S. Campbell, M. Curran. J. Doucette, H. Delano, S. Barnard, Miss Stevens. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Felt, M Lavallee, S. Shawles, H. Baker, R. Burrill, A. Nicker¬ son, R. Bishop, A. Dutra, B. Adams, M. Fulcher, V. Lemoine, J. YanderMay, B. Howland, B. Yiprino, C. Small, M. Nichols, J. Dalby, A. Pickard, T. Coe, D. Sipple, G. Snider, C. Curtis. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Delano, M. Finlay, R. Deschamps, A. Bacon, M. Hogg, M. Carpenter, G. Hagenbuckle, J. Hagenbuckle, D. Brown, R. Chase, R. Chase, S. Edwards, R. Magee, T. Dickey, G. Pease S. Johnson, N. Whelan, J. Higgins, M. Joseph. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Rockwell, G. David, P. Bohannon, S. Pierce, B. Collinsworth, R. Hilferty, B. Taylor, G. Sinclair, D. Kidd, J. Sturtevant, R. Mulholland, D. Newell, G. Holbrook, M Ferreira, W. Rhodes, G. Betterley, R. Spear. FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Tesson, P. Whiting, G. Fisher, S. Murphy, H. Olson, A. Sherwin, D. Gilmore, R. Bell, M. Walwer, R. Larsen, B. Nickerson, P. Brown, L. Sparrow, P. Brady, W. Hayes, E. Butilier, B. Hicks, P. Corbett. CLASS OFFICERS: Byron Nick¬ erson, Treasurer; Linda Putnam, Secretary; William Hayes, ice President; Bruce Taylor, Presi¬ dent. Student Council W- - T 1 r ' -jS ” 4 ' FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Ellis, P. Brown, C. Young, L Taylor, D. Barrio, R. Yiprino, C Higgins, C Rock, D. Brown. SECOND ROW: J. Nickerson, S. Horton, P. Hicks, B. Wilcox, P. Deschamps, J. Holt, B. Adams, J. Higgins. THIRD ROW: K. Norgeot, R. Smith, S. Ferreira, W. Deschamps, E. Brown, N. Weber, S. Nickerson, D. MacArthur. FOURTH ROW; L. Squire, L. Eldridge, R. Cochran. W. Farwell, P. Packett, F. Gallant. OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Cor. Sec¬ retary and Treasurer, L. Taylor; Rec. Sec¬ retary, C. Rock; Vice-President. W. Farwell; President, L. Squire. 4 L h 68 Honor Society OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Treasurer, M. Ryone, President, S. Scarry, Secre¬ tary, Sue Horton, Vice President, J. Connors. I MIt | 5 m i i j f yl JY «’ 1 I . w m V ; ' ' 4 m. 1 I T. 1 FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Sparrow, D. Nicherson, M. Daley, W. Lorraine, L. Monzon, A. Holler, M. Daley, D. Bashaw. D. Barrio. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Fulcher, S. Grout, S. Horton, L. Pierce, C. Seaman, C. Haynes, M. Ryone, J. Rose, R. Viprino, Mr. Hutchings. THIRD ROW: S. Nickerson, J. Conners, J. Rainey, C. Johnston, S. Scarry, N. Demetras, E. Brown, E. Winslow, P. Ellis. 69 Yearbook Staff FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Pierce, Vice-President; J. Rose, President; P. Lussier, S. Carpenter, M. Smith, C. Doughty, M. Landers, T. Rice, Miss Leary. SECOND ROW: J. Sawler, Treas.; L. Baker, P. Harris, P. Harris, J. Crowell, D. Dougherty, Secretary, J. Mayo, K. Johnston, N. Cowen, J. Cole. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. McCaskie, D. Belisle, S. Baker, J. Sparrow, C. Young, P. Lussier, C. Rock, L. Cardinal, M. Ryone, L. Pierce, S. Horton. SECOND ROW: K. Stevens, M. Hendrickson, P. Harris, P. Murray, S. Scarry, P. Ellis, J. Mayo, C. Seaman, S. Atwood, C. Larsen, D. Joy. THIRD ROW: L. Squire, C. Dalby, W. Deschamps, N. Brown, W. Farwell, M. Walters, M. Smith, B. Higgins, P. Hicks, L. Wilcox, A. Ryone. Nauset Business Club Varsity Club FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Donahue, C. Rock, D. Purpura, S. Horton, P. Ryone, J. Rose, S. Campbell, L. Taylor, J. Dumont. ' I SECOND ROW: D. Ryder, 0. Ellis, B. Adams, J. Gill, D.’ Peterson, D. Dougherty, S. Baker, P. Deschamps, K. Berger, L. Cardinal. THIRD ROW: C. Gardner, J. Latham, L. Squire, B. Humphrey, J. Mayo, P. Pierce, P. Drake, N. Brown, C. Dalby, S. Ferreira. FOURTH ROW: S. Valli, F. Gallant, L. Eldredge, P. Packett, K. Mayo, R. Cochran, B. Murphy, R. Rose, T. Murphy, B. Ramsdell, A. Ryone. FIFTH ROW: M. Norgeot, B. Hayes, D. Smith, S. King, K. Williams, M. David, B. Savin, C. Newcomb, R. Cowen, M. Walter. j OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Vice President, A. Ryone, Sec¬ retary, " L. Taylor, Treasurer, C Rock, President, M. Norgeot. 71 F.T.A FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. O’Brien, P. Squire, S. Rose, P. Lussier, J. Felt, B. McClintock, M. Holler, D. Felt, E. Roy, P. Belanger, C. Young, P. Meads, Miss Garfield. SECOND ROW: J. Fretich, M. Daley, B. Anderson, B. Anderson, D. Belisle, A. Gainey, M. Ryone, G. Higgins, J. Nickerson, S. Sparrow, B. Hayman, D. Hope, M. Daley, K. Norgeot. THIRD ROW: N. Chase, K. Rogner, B. Adams, K. Stevens, L. Gainey, P. Tartaglia, J. Leonard, P. Quinn, C. Richardson, E. Richards, M. Walsh, J. Dunham, J. Nadeau, E. Doane. FOURTH ROW: D. Peterson, P. Harris, E. Burrill, K. Larrimore, B. MacGregor, M. Walters, W. Farwell, P. Packett, W. Deschamps, E. Dinder, G. Rockwell, D. Perreault. OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Ryone, President; J. Leon¬ ard, Vice President; W. Deschamps, Secretary; D. Peterson, Treasurer. 72 Dramatics Club OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Joy, Vice President, S. Scarry, Secretary, C. Brown, President. p ' ' 1 1 y v ! h- 1 ■ ( ? j f £? Y , ' %F f 4, % FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Zantow, B. Anderson, M. Daley, S. Scarry, C. Brown, D. Joy, C. Bruce, D. Arriola, C. Young. SECOND ROW: D. Ullman, C. Benn, A. Gainey, L. Viprino, D. Belisle, D. Letts, D. Hope, A. Sherwin. THIRD ROW: J. Richmond, J. Dunham, A. Hampton, D. Francis, S. Brown, J. Tovrov, K. Stevens, P. Quinn, K. Quinn. FOURTH ROW: G. Rockwell, J. Finn, J. Finley, J. Fickett, C. Davis, P. Gill, E. Kinder, T. Jacobs. 73 Photography Club LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Owens, L. Pierce, C. Jennings, T. Jacobs, D. Joy, S. Banis. I’ Chess Club i s 4 ) Hi FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Monzon, L. Pierce, J. Conners, C Johnston, T Dickey F Finn, EL Winslow SECOND ROW B Gardner, G. Hagenbuckle, A. Holler, P. Ellis, J. Tovrov, S. Pierce, D. Newell, P. Brown, D. Brawn, Mr. Pettengill. THIRD ROW P. Sparrow’, E. Kinder, G. Bolton, A. Fitch, B. McGreggor, D. Philbrick. 74 Orchestra FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Leonard, J. Nickerson, N. Cowen, S. Miller, A. Chase, B. Berger, J. Wilcox, L. Monzon, A. Holler. SECOND ROW: N. Hokkanon, K. Berger, M. Chase, B. Humphrey, G. Philbrick, E. Winslow, M. Joseph, D. Barrio, M. Daley, M. Walsh, D. Philbrick, F. Turner, P. Sparrow. THIRD ROW: Mr. James, P. Bohannon, S. Pierce, D. Letts, D. Campbell, D. Young, K. Dqughty, R. VanderMay, D. Sorenson, R. Smith, B. Savin. Band AJ l 01 if .1 • B ■ ■ I u 1 is W m. } FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Snow, D. Silva, K. Duffy, M. Landers, K. Berger, K. Quinn, B. Adams. SECOND ROW: G. Philbrick, B. Rongner, M. Daley, D. Brawn, J. Hagenbuckle, B. Hicks, M. Smith, P. Humphrey, P. Hicks. THIRD ROW: D. Nichols, L. Jewell, J. Collins, A. Dutra, K. Brown, L. Joy, P. Snow, L. Brawn, S. Ellis, M. Walsh, D. Barrio, L. Chase, C. Meads. FOURTH ROW: T. Dickey, R. Deschamps, D. Campbell, K. Doughty, P. Hendrickson, D. Letts, R. Larsen, A. Bacon, H. Delano, P. Bohannon, S. Pierce, D. Sorensen, R. VanderMay, E. Tesson, Mr. James. Creative TT riting FRONT ROW. LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Winslow, M. S mith J. Conners, C. Johnston. SECOND ROW: P. Gill, L- Pierce, S. Scarry, S. Brown. D. LTimar. 5. Smith. Mr. Morse. L sherettes LEFT TO RIGHT: L Mara. S. Putnam. R Henry. D. Silva. J. Fickett. M. Ryone. D. Perreault. J. Higgins, W. Lorraine. D. Barrio. Chorus FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Mehaffey, L. Brawn, C, Bruce, D. Murphy, D. Arriola,■ ' M. Holler, B. McClintock, S. Carpenter, R. Adams, C. Benn, J. Fickett. SECOND ROW: M. Lemoine, D. Purpura, V. Paine, W. Lorraine, L. Thorne, D. Francis, C. Fisher, J. Doughty, D. Barrio, J. Cole. THIRD ROW: D. Maza, M. Landers, L. Burton, G. McCoubrey, H. Nickerson, B. Henry, 0. Ellis, S. Spar¬ row, N. St. Onge, K. Duffy, M. Blakeley, S. Grout FOURTH ROW: D. Stoddard, C. Richardson, K. Quinn, J. Dunham, P. Quinn, J. Baker, C. Haynes, K. Rongner, K. Delano, J. Delaney, E. Kinder. FIFTH ROW: P. Adams, P. Tartaglia, C. Souza, E. Doane, G. Mayo, T. Berrio, B. Cole, C. Jennings, D. Bohannon, J. Finlay, B. Ormsby, J. Finn. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Mehaffey, S. Putnam, M. Grindle, D. Murphy, S. Carpenter, B. Anderson, C. Thome, J. Nicker¬ son, H. Nickerson. SECOND ROW: G. McCoubrey, J. Cole, C. Trahan, M. Foran, B. Cole, D. Perreault, K. Norgeot, E. Richards, K. Quinn. 77 Glee Club Library Aides LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Ryone, D. Peterson, Mrs. Baker, D. Crowell, P. Deschamps, M. Anderson, J. Rose, C. Larsen, B. Adams. FRONT, LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Farwell, M. Norgeot. SECOND ROW: B. Hayes, L. Wilcox, B. Murphy, D. Ryder, T. Collins, J. Tovrov, B. Humphery. Audio-Visual Club 78 Office Help LEFT TO RIGHT: Alida Field, Laurena Baker, Dianne Purpura, Peggy Ryone, Lorraine Taylor. 79 Variety 1. THE LAMP WENT OUT. DeDe Hope Karen Quinn Michele Lemoine Paula Quinn Jane Felt Peggy Parkington 2. BLACK-EYE . Marcia Daley Melanie Daley Patsy Daley 3. THE OWL-CRITIC . Mary McDermott 4. MARRY-MARRY . Donna Belisle Carol Young 5. SLAVONIC FANTASY. Marsha Richey Alice Holler 6. FRENCH BEATLES . 7-2 French Class 7. ALICE IN WONDERLAND . Debbie Ullman 8. MINUETTO BY SHUBERT . Liz Burrill 9. THE NAUSETIERS.Senior Girls 10. BROWN’S GUARANTEED JUG-BUSTING RHYTHM FIENDS . Steve Brown Chris Brown Dan Joy Coco Costello Ed Finlay Show 11. THAT WAS THE CLASS THAT WAS .... Nauset Teachers 12. PASSIONELLA ... Lisa Thomas Janet Crowell .Dana Murphy Dennis Murphy Robin Adams 13. GIGI .. Gioconda Costello 14. NIGHT AND DAY .... Janice Nickerson Joanne Leonard 15. HEARTACHES .. Liz Burrill Melanie Daley Marcia Daley Laura Brown 16. THIS IS YOUR LIFE. Hilda Nickerson Kim Stevens Donna Belisle Gail McCoubrey Carol Young Betsy Hayman 17. SHENENDOAH . Lynn Brawn 18. THE BOLL WEEVILS . Michele Lemoine Judy Gill Judy Dunham 19. THE TWILIGHTS . Tom Hollis Art Dunsford Allie Dennison One Act Plays Class of 1967 Class of 1966 “RIDERS TO THE SEA” WINNERS Class of 1965 t III mjuifp mi i [1 fflllfj | jpBk 1 a : || !r Jil a ii : 1 1 Iff! Ill 1 ' : |Ux TF i if 11 | If MM 1 In 1 4 1 i Iff If || w- Vww jWS K. CAST Dan Joy Steve Brown Jennifer Richmond Kathy Gallant Chris Brown Debbie Ullman Peter Sparrow Pam Gill 82 “Outward Bound ” CAST Shannon Scarry Carol Young Chris Brown Pam Gill Steve Brown Dan Joy Glenn Rockwell Tim Jacobs Ed Kinder 83 Baseball KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Jones, B. Hayes, M. Norgeot, R. Cowen, R. Cochran, K. Mayo, F. Gallant, B. Eldredge, B. Ramsdell. STANDING: Coach Donahue, E. Dumont, J. Fuller, D. Brown, K. Mayo, A. Ryone, N. Brown, S. Weber, J. Latham, S. Pierce, J. Du¬ mont; J. Sherwin, B. Wilkinson, mgrs. Softball ammkiMMnmmmmmmmimmmmmmmtsmmmmm ■ rut IWIM i «.|MIWi KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Packett, P. Deschamps, J. Leonard, J. Belanger, B. Cooper, J. Mayo, S. Campbell, J. Gill. STAND¬ ING: Miss Lilly, J. Conlin, P. Meads, C. Rock, B. MacPherson, B. Henry, E. Campbell, D. Peterson, L. Gainey, G. Nickerson; D. Pur¬ pura, 0. Ellis, mgrs. Small Schools Champs Track KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Williams, G. Williams, S. King, M. David, B. Savin, L. Taylor, D. Smith, S. Valli, R. Rose. STANDING: R. Smith, P. Drake, J. Rainey, B. Humphrey, D. Hart, M. Murphy, B. Murphy, J. Higgins, R. Alexander, T. Murphy, L. Gardner, J. Francis, Coach Dickinson. I 1 Lower Cape Champs aiM mA m mi X- • «» JT „ ilV.V. ££nM« iiL « ♦« P r C 41 4 4 • « f r ' : pH 4 444 " ' griffMMlH ««Ji ' « ««« llitfel, Girl’s Varsity Basketball LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Peterson, J. Mayo, P. Deschamps, S. Campbell, M. Ryone, J. Gill, Co-Captain, L. Taylor, Co-Captain, Nickerson, 0. Ellis, M. Hendrickson, J. Holt, P. Packett. Managers LEFT TO RIGHT: B? An¬ derson, P. Daley, Mrs. Un¬ derhill, J. Delaney, D. Mur- phy. Girls’ J.V. Basketball LEFT TO R IGHT: P. Meads, C. Neese, M. Daley, N. Hokkanen, D. Basset, L. Gainey, S. Ellis, M. Walsh, E. Richards, S. Garfield, K. Norgeot, C. Davis, B. Creighton. Boys Varsity Basketball FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tri-Captains, A. Ryone, M. Norgeot, L. Squire. SECOND ROW: Coach Miller, S. Nickerson, M. MacPherson, S. Weinig, B. Eldredge, B. Jones, M. Walters, C. Dalby, J. Latham, Manager M. Smith. i Boy’s J.V. Basketball FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT; G. Joseph, S. Nickerson, M. MacPherson, B. Eldredge, B. Eldredge, N. Demetras, B. Allard, K. Doughty. SECOND ROW: Manager, B. Ormsby, D. Campbell, D. Humphrey, R. Harris, D. Young, C. Higgins, E. Dumont, S. Nicker¬ son, Manager. 94 - Varsity Soccer KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Brown, J. Dumont, S. Nickerson, B. Humphrey, R. Smith, M. Norgeot, co-capt.; B. Ramsdell, co- capt.; A. Ryone, B. Coulson, M. Sutton, R. Alexander, J. Latham. STANDING: B. Wilkinson, mgr.; R. Cochran, M. David, S. King, W. Farwell, D. Smith, B. Savin, B. Hayes, R. Cowen, B. Eldredge, D. Ryder, Coach Donahue. Senior Players KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Brown, B. Humphrey, Coach Donahue, M. Sutton, D. Ryder. STANDING: K. Mayo, S. King, V. Farwell, M. David, D. Smith, M. Norgeot, A. Ryone, B. Ramsdell. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Clark, M. McCray, T. Hayes, G. Lee, M. MacPherson, E. Dumont, B. Ormsby, K. Fates, D. Felt, D. Brown. STANDING: C. Higgins, B. Eldredge, D. Alvarez, P. Hedin, D. Brown, J. Downey, B. Jones, D. Maza, P. Nichols, S. Weber, B. McMakin, P. Humphrey, Coach Campbell. J.V. Soccer I SB t SB , ' iwBr mjTa, ' 3 -SbSa ymr mi Field Hockey KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Nickerson, K. Viprino, J. Nadeau, N. Hokkanen, P. Ryone, J. Gill, L. Taylor, C. Neese, S. Camp¬ bell, L. Cardinal, R. Adams. STANDING: C. Thorne, E. Doane, mgrs.; P. Deschamps, K. Norgeot, D. Peterson, J. Fickett, J. Holt, P. Packett, M. Walsh, B. Adams, S. Garfield, E. Richards, K. Berger, Coach Garfield. LEFT TO RIGHT: Jan Gill, Coach Garfield, Lorraine Taylor. 98 Cape Co-Champs For the fifth consecutive year, Nauset has had a championship Field Hockey team. Congratulations to all the members of this fine team! I NpH . A Cheerleaders Varsity FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Rose, D. Dougherty. SECOND ROW: S. Horton, S. Baker, S. Ferreira, P. Pierce, D. Purpura. Junior Varsity FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Putnam, M. Laine, G. Higgins, C. Hayes, V. Joseph, L. Monard, D. Perreault. 100 Kitchen Staff Custodial Staff 104 _ ; __ 1 | THE BREWSTER GIFT SHOP The Oldest Gift Shop on Cape Cod Brewster, Mass. Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 THE BREWSTER COFFEE SHOP Route 6A Compliments of THE PACKET ANTIQUES AND COUNTRY STORE Stony Brook Road, Brewster | Compliments of THE PFLOCKS ANTIQUES Rt. 6 A. Opposite Dillingham Home Brewster, Mass. i 1 1 f | AL HOLLER ' S TV SALES—SERVICE—RENTALS ' Main Street Brewster, Mass. ‘ 1 RADIO—TV—HI-FI 896-3606 1 i 1 Compliments of THE BRASS BELL Route 6A Brewster, Mass. GIFTS—CRAFTS ! ■ | BREWSTER REAL ESTATE DONALD MacGREGOR East Brewster 896-3380 II Compliments of MONTGOMERY ' S GULF STATION East Brewster, Mass. 106 | Compliments Congratulations 1 to the Class of 1965 WELLFLEET MARINE EASTHAM LOBSTER POOL ROGERS AND GRAY INSURANCE AGENCY i Compliments of Dependable Personal Service Since 1906 LAND-HO RESTAURANT 107 f Compliments Compliments of of NELSON ' S LEONARD J. BREWER, JR. BARBER SHOP PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Orleans Compliments ORLEANS MOBIL of SERVICE STEELE BARBER SHOP JAMES L. DELORY, JR. Hertz V-Haul i • i i | Compliments Compliments of | of (• LUCILLE ' S CUT AND CURL 4 bLLlS 1 MARKET I !, 1 Compliments LEO ' S of ORLEANS SUNOCO STATION SEA SHORE PARK MOTEL Route 6A Orfeans, Mass. Orleans Mass. 108 Best Wishes Compliments From of ALLARD NURSERIES THE TIP TOP HOUSE Brewster, Mass. Brewster, Mass. 255-0702 Best Wishes From THE BREWSTER VARIETY STORE Compliments of A FRIEND SKAKET BEACH MOTEL Compliments of Orleans, Mass. MURRAY ' S i NICOLI ' S PACKET LANDING INN. INC. East Orleans, Mass. Compliments of FRANKLIN RYDER Builder of Better Homes 109 r Best Wishes Compliments of to the SMITH DRY GOODS Class of 1965 Main Street, Wellfleet DR. AND MRS. ROCK Compliments Compliments of of BETTY ' S BEAUTY SALON P-J ' S DARI BURGER Main Street, Wellfleet i Route 6 Wellfleet l I Compliments f Compliments of ill of PEGG ' S YARN SHOP ALICE ' S RESTAURANT Wellfleet I 1 Wellfleet Cora ' s Strictly Home Made Jellies and Jams CORA L. HOLBROOK Cape Cod Route 6 Wellfleet Compliments of WELLFLEET NEWS STORE Congratulations to the Class of 1965 Compliments of a Friend ORLEANS MOTORS, INC. International Scout Land Rover Complete Automotive Service Route 6A Orleans 255-0685 LAWRENCE R. LEONARD Electrical Contractor Orleans Mass. " We Serve the Food That Others Brag About " PHILBRICK ' S SNACK SHACK Nauset Beach Orleans, Mass. Good Luck to the Class of 1965 JAMES F. SHAW Dry Wall Contractor Congratulations to the Class of 1965 LIVINGSTON ' S PHARMACY " Serving Cape Cod With Better Health Since 1925 " Compliments of H. H. SNOW SONS, INC. Orleans Compliments of BETH BISHOP Smart Clothing for Women and Girls for Town and Country Park and Shop in the Casual Manner Open Year Round 112 Compliments of Compliments of LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANT Main Street, Wellfleet WELLFLEET PACKAGE STORE Compliments of SIMEON ATWOOD Wellfleet CHATHAM FURNITURE OF WELLFLEET, INC. Wellfleet Tel. 349-2461 Compliments of MR. AND MRS. HENRY CARLSON Wellfleet, Mass. Compliments of WARREN RHODES HOME IMPROVEMENTS Wellfleet, Mass. HENRY C. ATWOOD Tel. 349-3924 REAL ESTATE SALES AND RENTALS BILLINGSGATE MOTEL Mayo Beach Road Wellfleet, Mass. Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Mass. Office Residence 349-2332 349-2606 HARRIET and WILFRED COSTA, Owners 113 Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 From THE GOVERNOR PRENCE MOTOR LODGE Route 6A Orleans Massachusetts Compliments of SEAMAN ' S COTTAGES North Eastham 255-2088 Congratulations to the Class of 1965 BILL ' S PLACE Route 6 North Eastham Compliments of DORA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Truro Rd. 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RYONE Building and Remodeling Brewster Mass. BROOK ' S CARDS Best of Luck to the Class of 1965 PACKETT ' S MARKET East Brewster 128 THE PINE TREE SHILLING Cape Cod Reproductions Rt. 6A at the Dennis Line Brewster Compliments of PAINE ' S GARAGE Compliments of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CAPE COD Provincetown W. Harwich Wellfleet Chatham Orleans COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Member—Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 129 Compliments YE OLDE HELPEE SELFEE LAUNDREE Wellfleet Mass. 130 Compliments of JANSEN ' S, INC. " The Lower Cape ' s Only Discount Store Sportswear, Dresses, Shoes Compliments Compliments of of WELLFLEET SERVICE CENTER HAZEL RYDER Wellfleet Antiques Compliments of Compliments COVE MOTEL of For the Best in Accomodations Come to the Cove Orleans 255-1203 CASSEROLE KITCHEN Compliments of ROUTE 6 MOTEL NICKERSON ' S AUTO BODY SERVICE Accident Work DOM AND TONY CREONTE ARTHUR C. 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