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

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30809000203180 Akuset Zides Zable of Contents Administration and faculty Seniors Classes Activities Sports Advertisers M i M | j l Kl »ii«i i i ■ ! Capo £od Photos Orleans, Moss. Superintendent of Schools SIDNEY PIERCE EASTHAM - ORLEANS - WELLFLEET REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Orleans. Massachusetts Sydney G. Pierce. Supt. TEL. 259-0030 To the Yearbook Staff: Once again I am pleased to have the opportunity to express appre¬ ciation to the yearbook staff for its work in preserving much of the life of our school that otherwise would go unrecorded. Surely the experience is a rewarding one for the students who devote the necessary time and effort to make this publication successful. Yours very truly, Sydney G. Pierce Superintendent of Schools School Committee SEATED: Mrs. Bracket, Mr. Thayer, Mr. Silva. STANDING: Mr. Hicks, Mr. Winslow, Mr. Burrill, Mr. Lindemann, Mr. Lane. Ministration Principal MR. PAUL ELLIS NAUSET REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Orleans, Massachusetts Paul N. Ellis. Principal To The Class Of 1?66 - It has been most pleasant spending these last tsro years with you. I hope that your many experiences here — pleasant and yes, some perhaps not always apparently pleasant — have nevertheless afforded you many worthwhile learning experiences that have matured your judgment and strengthened your decision pairing procedures. You will need all the poster and skills available to you in this area as no group of young people will probably face any more problem situations in the immediate future. Before you leave us I refer you to the last three lines of the poem 11 The Road Hot Taken " and. suggest that you take time again to refer to it in its entirety: " Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference. " -Robert Frost VICE PRINCIPAL MR. STANLEY E. SMITH, JR. Best wishes. 6oujry Secretaries MRS. ELIZABETH BUCK MRS, EVELYN ANDERSON 5 English FRANCES MAYFARTH, English; James Millikin University, Columbia Uni¬ versity, A.B., A.M., Ed.H., L.H.D. MARY BERRIO, English; Wilson, University of Scranton, B.A., M.A. FOSTER CASS, English; Springfield College, B.S. SUSAN JOHNSON, English, Cornell University, B.A. 6 Department PHYLLIS BAKER, Librarian; Simmons College, B.S. ROBERT MORSE, English; Tufts University, A.B., Ed.M. WILLIAM M c C A S KI E, English; Northwestern Un¬ iversity, Boston State College, M.Ed., B.S. MURIEL SMITH, Reading; English; Radcliffe College, A.B. 7 Science ' Department EDWARD O’BRIEN, Physics; Boston College, Boston Teach¬ ers’ College, M.Ed. JOYCE ROCHE, Biology; Chestnut Hill College, A.B. ROBERT BRUCE, Science; Springfield College, B.S. HERBERT PETTENGILL, Chemistry; University of Maine, Brown University, B.S.Ed., M.A. DAVID GATES, Biology; Stonehill College, Brown Univ., Bridgewater State Col¬ lege, Harvard Univ., Boston Univ., Univ. of Hawaii, Sim¬ mons College, B.S., M.Ed., M.S. DAVID GESSFORD, Science; Cornell University, Michigan State University, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 8 Zke Jrts FRANK JAMES, Music; New England Conservatory of Music, B.M. WmMwi SH8r«-»V, iffif. ' m. BERNARD COLLINS Jr., Industrial Arts; Fitchburg State College, B.S.E. MARION GREENE, Music; New England Conservatory of Music, Dennison Un¬ iversity JAMES OWENS, Art; New York University, B.F.A. Rhode Island School of Design CAROL GRAY, Home Eco¬ nomics; Keene State College, B.E. STUART FINLAY, Indus¬ trial Arts; University of Maine, B.S. 9 Physical Education MARGAR UNDERHILL, Physical Ed., Girls’ Coach; Panzer College of Physical Education, B.S. School Nurse Special Class SOPHIE MARTIN, R.N.; Worcester City Hospital, Belmont Isolation Hospital, ' Worcester State Hospital. LEO MILLER, Special Class, Basketball and Soccer Coach; Fitchburg State College, B.SJB. Quittance Department ANDREW KALINICK, Guidance Director; Univers¬ ity of Mass., Clark Univer¬ sity, A.B., A.M.Ed. SUMNER CAMPBELL, Guidance; Brown University, Suffolk University, B.A. MARY LEARY, Commer¬ cial, Boston University, B.S., M.C.S. CAROLYN RICHARDSON, Commercial; Boston Univer¬ sity, Bridgewater State Col¬ lege, B.S., M.Ed. Mathematics Department STANLEY BOYNTON, Math; Univ. of Louisville, Clark University, Boston University, B.A., M.Ed. RONALD SPINNEY, Math; University of Massachusetts, B.S. i HAROLD ZANTOW, Math; Michigan Tech., Brown Univ., New York Univ., Columbia University, Stev¬ ens Institute of Tech., M.S. RICHARD COCHRAN, Math; Tufts University, B.S. PAUL CHAMBERLAIN, Math; Valparaiso University, B.A. 12 - . -• :.i - - -- . _•„___ :. _ f i - . ... . . . ■ • Social Studies ' Department RICHARD GREENMAN, Social Studies; Harvard Univ., Boston Univ., A.B., Ed.M. DOROTHY FULCHER, So¬ cial Studies; Bridgewater State College, B.S.E., M.E. FRANK HUTCHINGS, So¬ cial Studies; Wentworth Inst., University of Massachu¬ setts, B.A. DONALD CAMPBELL, So¬ cial Studies; West Virginia Wesleyan College, A.B. HENRY KELLY, History; Brown University, A.B. 13 Canguage Department RICHARD HOYT, French; Bates College, U. S. Army Language School, B.A. ! I MADELEINE WYNNE, French; Smith College, North¬ hampton, Mass. B.A., M.A. STEWART BROOKS, Latin- BARRY SHEFSHICK, German; Princeton Univ. French; Suffolk Univ., Suf- A.B., M.A., Ph.D. folk Law School, A.B. ■ . um Senior Class Officers Right to Left: BOB WILKINSON; Vice-President BETH HENRY; Secretary PHYLLIS NICKERSON; Treasurer FRANK GALLANT; President PTOLEMY MacDONALD ADAMS III " PTom” " I used to be a good singer, till tunes came in style.” Technical School Activities: A.V. Aide 4. Hobbies: Aviation, motorcycles, music folk and classic, guitar, banjo. ROBIN RAE ADAMS " Bah Habuh” " Haul it!” College Activities: Class Secretary 1; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Variety Show 2, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Hobbies: Sports, music, sailing, Mariners, reading, fooling around. RICHARD BRIGGS ALEXANDER " Rick” " Whoe-de-whoe!!!” College Activities: Class Vice-President 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; J.V. Soccer 2; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Show 3, 4; Audio-Visual _ 4; Yearbook Assistant Editor 4; Varsity Club 4. (entered 2) Hobbies: Sports, water skiing, D.B.A., parties, dancing, skin diving, dating, Volks- wagens. BETHANY ELAINE ANDERSON " Beth NOT Betty” " It struck me funny” Business Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 2; Basketball Manager 3; One Act Play 1; Business Club 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; F.N.A. 4; Chorus 1. Hobbies: Parties, dancing, swimming, beaching, reading. BETTY JANE ANDERSON " Beth-Bet-tay” " It didn’t strike me funny!” Business Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; One Act Play Committee 1; Drama Club 1, 2, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Musical Festival 1, 4; New England Musical Festival 4; Junior Prom; Business Club 4; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Having fun, music, reading, knitting, cooking, talking, the beach. DAVID LEWIS ANDERSON " Andy” " Growin like a weed” Service Activities: Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Girls, cars, dances. JANE PUTNAM BAKER Janie " Anybody got a kleenex?” College Activities: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 1, 4; Chorus 3; Typing 3; Yearbook 4; Student Reporter for Oracle 3; Creative Writing 4; Chess Club 4. Hobbies: Reading, walking, writing, swimming. DONNA LUCILLE BELISLE " Bisby” " Oh MY!!” Secretarial school Activities: Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Cape Cod Musical Festival 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; F.N.A. 4; Science Club 4; One Act Play 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 4. Hobbies: Horsebackriding, Animal Rescue League work, dancing, lazin’ around. KEVIN LAURETTA BERGER " Kev” " Do it!” Junior College Activities: Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Cape Cod Day 4; Variety Show 2; Junior Class Marshall 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 2, Tri-Captain 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Prom Queen 3. Hobbies: Snow and water skiing, swimming, sports, J.G.L. THOMAS SCOTT BERRIO " Tom” " Ah but dere’s dat pic-ture” Activities: Cape Cod Musical Festival 3; Chorus 3, 4; Hobbies: Sleeping, hiking, eating, goofing off, girls. Peace Corps DOUGLAS KENT BISHOP " Bwana” . . but we’ll -see!” College Activities: Entered 3; Junior Prom 3; Track 3, 4; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Driving, running, and not getting caught. LINDA LEE BLAKELY " Linda” " I don’t care!” Business College Activities: Drama Club 1; Cheerleader 2; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; Business Club 4. Hobbies: Gymnastics, dancing. Navy ELLSWORTH EVERET BROWN JR. " Brownie” " I’ll say!” Service Activities: Basketball Manager 2. Hobbies: ’59 Oldsmobile, surfing, bowling. WALTER THOMAS BOYD " Tom” " It’s a big black Chevy!” Activities: Senior Prom; Junior Prom. Hobbies: One girl in particular, Chevrolets, drag racing, P. J.’s. SUSAN MARGARET ELGIE CAMPBELL " Clam” " Are you kidding me?” College Activities: Glee Club 1; Honor Society 2; Junior Prom; Student Council 4; South¬ eastern Convention 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: School sports, riding, canoeing, swimming, clamming, taking a run on deserted beaches with my dogs, having fun, S.L.E. LINDA SUSAN CHASE " Lin” " What’s going on around here?” College Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman One Act Play; F.T.A. 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 3, 4; Hobbies: Riding Morgans, driving ’57 Chevies, week-ends, swimming, shopping, G.P.K. 20 RICHARD MILTON COCHRAN " Rick” " Thanks for the warning!” College Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Pres. 4; Class Pres. 1; Vice-Pres. 2; J.V. Soccer 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1; J.V. Basketball 2; J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Boy’s State 3; Yearbook 4; Jr. Prom 3; Economics Con¬ ference 3. Hobbies: Sports, French, people, telephone poles. BARBARA JEAN COLE " Babs” " Oh, well, better luck next time!” Communications Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; F.T.A. 1; Dramatics 4; Jr. Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Bowling, dancing, singing, dating, boys. BRIAN WALLACE COULSON " Hey you” " There’s a new girl in school” Navy Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 3; J.V. Basketball 1; Varsity Club 4; Chorus 4. Hobbies: Model cars, swimming, hunting, a certain girl B.B. PHILIP DENNIS COLE " Phil” " Pray for surf—Surf, surf, surf, Amen.” College Activities: Track 3, 4; Senior Prom 4; Hobbies: Surfing, demoley, girls, swimming, walking, driving, eating, skateboarding, sleeping, avoiding haircuts, etc., etc. RAY ELLSWORTH COWEN III " Raymond” " I’ll buy that” College Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Cape All-Star Soccer 4. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, waterskiing, girls, dancing, D.B.A., having a good time. DORIS PAULINE CROWELL " Bartenof” Activities: Variety Show 2; Art 1, 2 ,3, 4; Library Aid 1, 2, 3; Hobbies: Drawing, sewing. College ROBERT HENRY DAVENPORT " Bob” " Oh no, they’re not pop tops!” Activities: Entered 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Cars, baseball, soccer, and H.N. JEANNE FRANCES DELANEY M T M Jeanne " Ya’ gotta’ ’spect losses!” College Activities: Entered 2; Chorus 3; Junior Prom 3; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Reading, swimming, watching T.V., sleeping, driving, doing nothing. Work PAMELA JANE DESCHAMPS " Pam” " Silly Rabbit!’’ College Activities:. Band 1, 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; Office Aid 1; Library Aid 3; Field Flockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Co-Captain 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, All Cape All-Stars 1, 3; Jr. Honor Society 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Student Council 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4; M.A.S.C. Convention 1, 3; S.E. Convention 3; S.C. Leadership Workshop 4; Year¬ book Class Editor 4; Girl’s State Representative 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Student Reporter for " Oracle” 4. Hobbies: Driving, team sports, knitting club, summer, skiing, dancing, stuffed animals, parties, L.R.E. ELEANOR ANN DOANE " Ellie” College Activities: Chorus 3; Art 3; Field Hockey Manager 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Library Aid 4; Chess Club 4; Northeastern States Youth Citizenship Conference 3. Hobbies: Collecting books, traveling, earning money, accomplishing things. . KATHLEEN JO ANN DODDS " Slim” " Ya gotta be kidding!” Activities: Lunch Room 3, 4. Hobbies: Drawing, hair dressing, painting. KATHLEEN HELEN DUFFY " Buffie” " Wha’ d’ ya ’spect?” College Activities: Chorus 1, 3; Orchestra 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Library Aid 3, 4; Business Club 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2; Class Secretary 2. Hobbies: C.Y.O., Mariners, guitar, surfing, daydreaming. College JOHN LLOYD DUMONT " Bobo” " That’s funny—also” Service Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, favorite saying, jokes, bowling. LINDA LOU ELLIS " Lulu” " Hey Bert” Undecided Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2, 4; Business Club 4. Hobbies: Skiing, Mariners, swimming, knitting, W.F.E. OLIVE-JEAN ELLIS " Ollie” " Well, it’s not my fault!!!!” College Activities: Basketball 1, 3, 4; Softball Manager 2; Field Hockey 1; Student Council 1; Convention 1; Class Secretary 3; French Club 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 3; Cape Cod Musical Festival 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 4; One Act Plays 2; Senior Prom; F.T.A. 1, 4; Hobbies: Mariners, knitting, summer, stealing cranberries. JOHN JOSEPH FERREIRA " Jack” Service " What ? Ah, piece of Ta — ” Activities: Junior Prom Hobbies: G.I.R.L.S., beach parties, water skiing, cars, traveling by car, skating. 24 LORRAINE FITZGERALD " Fish” " Time please come on my side” Work Activities: Art 1; Variety Show 3; Business Club 4. Hobbies: Waiting, crossword, records, snafu, reading; studying wild life. ALIDA MABEL FIELD " Lidie” " You’re Kidding!” Work Activities: J.V. Cheerleader 2; Office Help 3; Business Help 4. Hobbies: Dancing, having a good time, talking on the phone, traveling, parking. MAUREEN CATHERINE FORAN " Morrie” College Activities: Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3; Softball 3, 4; Business Club 4; F.N.A. 4. Hobbies: Swimming, surfing, records, marines, skiing, driving, horseback riding. JOSEPH WASHINGTON ' FRANCES " U.S.N. 915H8-15” " Luuv it!!!” Activities: J.V. Soccer 2, 3; Varsity Soccer 4; Track 2, 3; Varsity Club. Hobbies: Cars, weightlifting, boxing, hunting, F.T. Navy JOYCE EARLE FRENCH ' ' Joyce” Chemistry Activities: Glee Club 1; Chorus 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Con¬ ference on Economics 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Tel-Fad 4; Science 4; Chess Club 4. Hobbies: Organ, tape-recording, church choir, M.Y.F., fishing, reading, chess. FRANK KAVANAGH GALLANT " Frankie” " Sing ’em a hymn!” College Activities: Soccer J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; S.E. Convention 3; Basketball J.V. 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Cape Cod All-Star Soccer 4; Class President 4; French Club 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Art 2; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Variety Show 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Society 1, 2. Hobbies: Parties, Nauset Beach, food, D.B.A., cars?, sports, summer, girls, French class. " Oh! So what” RUTH ALICE GALLANT " Ruthie” Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Business 4. Hobbies: Water skiing, driving, listening to the radio. College Picture Not Available CHARLES FREDERICK GARDNER " Chas” " Oldsmobiles don’t go! Jack” Sendee Activities: Junior Prom; Track 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Hobbies: Water skiing, track, skating, boxing, soccer. 26 MAUREENE ELIZABETH GRINDLE " Maurie” " How about that!” Activities: Glee Club 1, 2 ,3, 4; Business Club 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Sailing, tennis, swimming, archery, Mariners, guns. SUZANNE FAY GROUT Sue " Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit” College Activities: National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2; One Act Play 1; Creative Writing 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; Variety Show 1; Alternate Delegate to U.N. 3; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 4; Hobbies: Rainbow, organ, guitar, reading, Vergil. ROBERT PAUL HAYES " Bobby” " I’ll be blasting you” College Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, hunting, fishing, D.B.A. GEORGE ELLSWORTH HAUN " George” " What was that?” Activities: Entered 4. Hobbies: Chess, coin collecting, electricity, cycling, bowling. Service MICHELLE JULIE HEBERT " Mickie” PAUL ANDREW HEDIN " Paul” " Let’s go!!” College Activities: Entered 3; Soccer 3; Baseball 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Chess Club 4. Hobbies: Stamps, coins, sports, sea scouts, music. " An’ everythin’ ” College Activities: F.N.A. 3; Pres. 4; Chorus 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Entered 3. Hobbies: Knitting, sewing, Mariners, C.Y.O., driving, starting diets, summer, dancing. ELIZABETH ELLEN HENRY " Bethie” " I’m gonna fight you all the way!” College Activities: Student Council 1, 2; M.A.S.C. Convention 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 2; Variety Show 1, 2, 4; F.T.A. 1, 4; Usherette 3, 4; Softball 2; Junior Prom; Junior Prom Court 3; Class Secretary 4; Senior Prom. GARY ARTHUR HIGGINS " Gary” " Don’t do anything I wouldn’t do!” College Activities: Science Club 4. Hobbies: Bowling, fishing, hunting. 28 JAMES WAYNE HIGGINS " Gimp” " Junk it!” Activities: Junior Prom Hobbies: Bowling, fishing, hunting. JAN MAYO HIGGINS " Hig” " Don’t know what to make of it.” U. S. Navy Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Variety Show 2: Hobbies: Plumbing, heating, ’57 Chevy, N.M.C. Work JANET LOUISE HOLT Jan " The agony of it!” Art Education Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; V.P. 4; M.A.S.C. Convention 1, 3; S.E. Con¬ vention 3, 4; Student Council Leadership Workshop 3; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Softball 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Award 3; Library Aid 4; Junior Prom; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Art Editor 4. Hobbies: Art, dancing, summer, fish markets, New Jersey, FUN! DONALD PAYNE HODGKINS " Dee” " Oh! Sorry about that.” Undecided Activities: Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Yearbook Staff 4; Stage Crew 3, 4. Hobbies: Fast women, pretty cars, fine liquor. ' G I m i[ TIMOTHY LESTER JACOBS " Tim” " Imagination is more important than knowledge” Art Activities: Art 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Festival 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays 2, 4; Variety Show 2, 4; Speech 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Creative Writing. Hobbies: Art, folk music, playing guitar, autoharp, neurotic poetry, reformists move¬ ments, witchcraft. CHARLES ORA JENNINGS " Charlie” " Don’t give me that” College Activities: French Club 1; Student Council 4; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cape Cod Musical Festival 3; Chorus 3. Hobbies: Parties, music, girls, cars, people, having a good time. SANDRA LEE JENNINGS " Sandy” ' Honestly! You don’t know!” Travel Activities: Glee Club 2; Junior Prom; Yearbook; Business Club, Vice-President 4. Hobbies: Cooking, sewing, reading, bowling, talking, eating. ANN ELIZABETH KANE " Annie” " What’s the Matter? Do ya think I’m cra 2 y?” Business Activities: Glee Club 1; Chorus 2; Cape Cod Music Festival 2; F.T.A. 2; Business Club 4; President 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Dancing, beach parties, tennis, sailing, convertibles, L.O.T.V., someone special. 30 Air Force THOMAS JOHN LAPOSKY JR. " Tommy” " Why you hot . . . you!” Hobbies: Cars, electronics, girls. LINDA LOUISE LEE " Lynn” " It’s unbelievable” Airlines Activities: Junior Prom; Office Aide 1, 2; Business Club 4; Secretary 4; Hobbies: Horseback riding, taking care of children, having a good time. JOHN GARRISON LATHAM JR. " Jack” Activities: Band 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. Varsity Basketball, Soccer Baseball 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; A.V. 2, 4; All-Star Soccer 3, 4;. Hobbies: Sports, hunting, fishing, sailing, V.W.’s, K.L.B. " You really do.” College KAREN EILEEN LYONS " Karen” " Spiffy” College Activities: Entered 4; Pep Club 2; Student Exchange Committee 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Drama Club 3; Hobbies: Reading, swimming,, driving. BONNIE LOU McCLINTOCK " Bon” " Don’t step on the seniors” College Activities: One Act Play 1; Junior Honor Society 2; Drama Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 2, 3; New England Festival Ayditions 4; Art 4. Hobbies: Ceramics, painting, guitar, music. GAIL IRENE McCOUBREY " Gail Macaberry” " Did I say you could do that!?” Nursing Activities: Drama Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 2 ,3; F.N.A. 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Variety Show 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. Hobbies: Reading, traveling, sleeping, dancing, sewing. CHARLES EMANUEL MEADS " Carlos” " Hello you passionate creature you.” College Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3; Class President 2. Hobbies: Playing Joe Gremmie, wasting money, fixing 15’s. DIANE PATRICIA MICKLE " Di” " Ain’t that marvey” Activities: FNA 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4. Hobbies: Coin collecting, walking, swimming, parties, cars, dancing, tennis. College 32 mm M DANA LEE MURPHY " Clara” " I’d rather see than be one” College Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Basketball 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Library Aide 2, 3; Art 4. Hobbies: Horses, fun, Austen Healies. THOMAS ALVIN MURPHY " Tom” College Activities: Class President 3; Student Council 2; Yearbook 4; J.V. Soccer 1, 2; Varsity Soccer; J.V. Baseball l;Track 1, 2, 3, 4; A.V. 3, 4; Art 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Soccer, track, cars, bugging teachers, L.T.M. PAMELA ANN MURRAY " Pam” " Do more than you are paid to do and you get paid for more than you do” College Activities: Department Award in Social Studies 3; Band 1, 2; Cape Cod Music Fes¬ tival 1; Junior Honor Society 1, 2; Senior Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Seminar 2; United Nations Delegate 3; Yearbook Asst. Editor 3; Editor 4; Economics Conference 3; F.T.A. 4. Hobbies: Sailing, waterskiing, jewelry making, tennis. GAIL DEBORAH NICKERSON " Gail” ' ' Howzattgrabya ? ’ ’ College Activities: Field Hockey 4; Softball 2; Modern Dance; Art 1; Chess Club. Hobbies: Tennis, horseback riding, skiing, making money, reading, climbing trees. 33 am JANICE THURBER NICKERSON " I know” Music Education Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Mistress 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Auditions 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Festival 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Musical Depart¬ ment Award 1, 3. Hobbies: Horses, music, Rainbow, M.Y.F., 4-H. HILDA MAE NICKERSON " Hildy” " Keep dreaming” Beautician Activities: Variety Show 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; New England Music Festival Auditions 2, 3, 4; New England Festival 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Dancing, talking, sports, sleeping, and B.D. PHYLLIS NICKERSON ”Phe” College Activities: Cheerleader J.V. 2; Varsity 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Art 1, 4; Class Treasurer 1, 4; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Library Aide 3; Yearbook 4. Hobbies: The Model " A”, cheering, skiing, spending money, fun. PATRICIA ANN PACKETT " Pat” Is that right!?!?!?” College—P.E. Major Activities: Varsity Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-captain 4; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Cape Cod ALL-STAR 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary; Treasurer 4; Student Council Workshop and Conventions 2, 3, 4; Candidate National Delegate 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Yearbook Sport’s Editor 4; Library Aide 4; Office Aide 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; One Act Play 2; Variety Show 3. Hobbies: Sports, knitting, sewing, cooking, CLEAN CUT FUN, and R.A.S. NANCY JANETTE PEARSON " Nance” " Oh, forget it!” Nursing Activities: Business Club 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Captain 2; Nursing Club 4. Hobbies: Dancing, dating, knitting, B.L. BRENDA ELOUISE PERREAULT " Bren” " You spas” Travel Activities: Variety Show; Junior Prom; Business Club 4; J.V. Cheerleader 4. Hobbies: Water sports, eating, spending money, having fun. CARL GEORGE PETERS " Carlie” " If school is liberty than give me death” Work Hobbies: Cars, electronics, girls, basketball, baseball, hunting. DAVID EATON PHILBRICK " Dave” " You must be kidding” College Activities: Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays 1, 2, 3; Cape Cod Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Music Festival 2, 3; Boy’s State Representative 3; Chess Club 3; Science Club 4; French Award 3; Dramatics Award 1. Hobbies: Music, swimming, golf, tennis. JAMES CRITCHETT RAINEY " Jim” " Close” College Activities: New England Economic Conference; Track 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 4; Hobbies: SURFING, restoring old cars, gymnastics. DIANNE MARIE PURPURA " Poop” ' Hi, there!” Jr. College Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Capt. 4; Softball Manager 2; Class Treasurer 3; Office Help 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Varsity Club Secretary 4; Kitchen Help 1; Hobbies: Boating, Mariners, eating, having fun, dancing, S.L.W. PATRICIA ELLEN RAWL " Pat” " Paul gave it to me!!” Activities: Honor Society 1, 2; Junior Prom; Hobbies: Clothing, eating, sleeping, D.P.E. CHARLES ROBERT REYNOLDS " Bear” " Now ya did it!” Navy Activities: Baseball Manager 3; Baseball 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, bowling, all sports. Work 36 umgm RICHARD EDGAR ROBINSON " Rick” " Qye es la vida!!” (That’s Life) Activities: Entered 3; Senior Honor Society 4. Hobbies: Golf, tennis. College ROBERT ELMER RONGNER " Bob” " Good Godfrey, Arthur” Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hobbies: Girls, hunting, girls, a go go’s, girls. College ANITA MURIEL SANFORD " Anita” " Really? Oh, thay’s great” Jr. College Activities: Chorus 1; Jr. Honor Society 1; Office Aide 2; Yearbook 4. Hobbies: Tennis, Mariners, folk music, spending money, driving the bug, a steel band, people. BRUCE EDWARD SAVIN " Bruce” " I believe it” College Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Band 4; Soccer 2, 3. Hobbies: Swimming, racing (any kind), sports. M imp 1 JAMES LESTER SCHOFIELD " Jamie” " Fair well to all, this is the end of the clan for a while.” Activities: Chorus 4; Band 1; J.V. Soccer 4. Hobbies: Soccer, bowling, cards. Undecided JOHN ARTHUR SHERWIN " Jay” " Bite!!” Prep School Hobbies: Trying to push Rolling Stone Music and Rhythm and Blues, making long distant phone calls, having people " dump” on me, thinking. BARBARA EVELYN SNOW " Barb” " Well, honestly!” Work Activities: Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4. Hobbies: Twirling, sleeping, walking, R.M. DANIEL WILBUR SPARROW " Danny” Science Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, fooling around. 38 MARIE KIMBLE STEPHENS ' Kim’ " Maybe? Maybe not!” College Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Festival 2, 3, 4; Senior Play One Act Plays 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2; Student Council 2; Yearbook 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.N.A. 4; Science Club 4; Business Club 4; Art 3, 4; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Dancing, acting, horses, art. ELAINE MARIE TARTAGLIA " Jolly” " Oh, no!” College Activities: Art 1; Tennis 2; Student Council 2; Yearbook 4; F.T.A. 4. Hobbies: Art, sewing, tennis, Mariners, people, having fun. LUCINDA FLORENCE THORNE " Cindy” " Help, mommy” Nursing Activities: Variety Show 3; F.N.A. 4; Field Hockey Manager 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hobbies: Guitar, horseback riding, cooking, sewing, sports. JOHN ORIN TOVROV " J. T.” " As in the old country they say, " The Surf, she’s up!” College Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; J.V. Soccer Mgr. 1; A.V. 3, 4. Hobbies: Surfing, sailing, swimming, riding. " That’s Nice!” CAROL TRAHAN " Carol” Activities: Glee Club 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Picallo, guitar. PATRICIA ANN TURNER " Pat” " I don’t know or care” Undecided Activities: Business Club 3, 4; Junior Prom; Senior Prom. Hobbies: Sewing, swimming, movies, and F.F. Med. Secretary ARTHUR PERSSON VICKERS " Art” " Hi Clarck, have a Cansett” Undecided Hobbies: Corvairs, hunting, and T.C. DENNIS FRANCIS EUGENE VENTIQUATTRO " Pork Chops” " Boy are you a dummy!” College Hobbies: Cooking, eating pizza, spaghetti and meatballs. 40 CAROL ANNE YOUNG " Don’t knock it until you know the situation” College Activities: Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; V. Pres. 4; J.V. Cheerleaders 2; Vars. Cheerleaders 4; New England Drama Festival 2, 3, 4; Festival Award 3; School Dramatics Award 1, 3; One-Act Play 1, 3; Drama Club Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Art 4; Senior Prom; Junior Prom. Hobbies: Sailing, acting, dance, reading. ROBERT AUSTIN YOUNG " Youngie” " I Can’t understand it” College Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Hobbies: Cars, engines, horseback riding, parties, fishing, hunting, trying to get in trouble, and a special someone. History The class of ’66 first met in I960. Bewildered and awed as we were, we wisely elected Bob Buck, Colin Cochran, Beth Henry and Dana Murphy to lead us and conduct the class business. Although new to Nauset, we held a class dance and helped to put out the " Papoose.” In the eighth grade we elected Rick Viprino, President; Bob Buck, V. P.; Pam Deschamps, Treasurer; and Phyllis Nickerson, Secretary. This was the year penny pitching was " in”. Remember Madame Van Rooten? She was the only person who ever could ride elephants and plant cabbage in the same room. Then came the Freshman year! We had finally made it. We threw our¬ selves into activities with a vengeance. We had four elected Student Council members, Olive Jean Ellis, Janet Holt, Pam Deschamps, and Beth Henry. We also elected Rick Cochran, President; Dave Monzon, V. P.; Phyllis Nickerson, Treasurer; and Robin Adams, Secretary. This was a great year for eating— John Tovrov won the contest to name the school store, and chose to eat his prize in Ancient History— Will Shakespeare had his birthday celebrated by 50 very enthusiastic Freshmen— This is the year we entered the play competition for the first time with, " Oh, Baby”, even with the rising talents of Carol Young, John Tovrov, and David Philbrick, the judges decided against us. In our Sophomore year, we elected Charlie Meads, Rick Cochran, Beth Anderson, and Kathy Duffy as class officers. This year we introduced the never-to-be-forgotten odor of formaldehyde to our noses. Many budding scientists we stopped by this startling experience. Our entry in the one-act play competition was " Uncle Dilby”. Once again, History the cast gave a brilliant performance, we failed to gain the award. _ c our Junior year, college and after graduation plans loomed large on the horizon. We now realize that this was the time to buckle down. This year we elected to lead us, Tom Murphy, Rick Alexander, Diane Purpura, and Olive Jean Ellis. This year our individualists showed up— remember when— Linda Chase stopped Mr. Hutchings short with her " pregnant horse? " Tim Jacobs jumped out the window, not once, but twice ? a certain class locked the substitute out of the room? But we accomp¬ lished something too. Our class was the first to have a Prom Queen, and Kevin Berger was radiant, seated in state at our prom " Heavenly.” In the fall of 1965, it hit us; this was it! We were Seniors, and it was sink or swim. We elected Frank Gallant, Bob Wilkinson, Beth Henry, and Phyllis Nickerson. This year our Student Council members originated the A.F.S. exchange program. Our Boys’ Basketball team made the Principals and the Tech Tournaments. And we, the class of 1966, finally come to realize the full measure of our gratitude that we owe to Nauset for the years of guidance, learning, fun, and support we have received. Sue Grout Jane Baker 45 Br,enda Beth Jeanne Pamsie Donna Bob ‘‘Wilkie " arhaT a r Beth Betty Dianne »» Linda Lou David P Dennis Jaimie Anita Sue " ClAM Linda c. Phylli Maureen G. Cheryl ffi ! i Jjla • K 1 A 1 v " ij J a ! r r S Kim 1 V i " Hilda {! Maureen F Linda L i Charlie J Patsy Class Will I, Tom Adams, leave my name Ptolemy to the Greeks. I, Robin Adams, leave my little feet to Kathy Norgeot. I, Rick Alexander, leave the door of my V. W. to Mrs. Fulcher. I, Beth Anderson, leave U. S. history class without " the picture.” I, Betty Anderson, leave Mother. I, David Anderson, just left. I, Jane Baker, leave my ability to make fast right turns to Donna Rhodes. I, Donna Belisle, leave, still talking. I, Kevin Berger, leave my precious blood to the team room floor. I, Tom Berrio, leave my sleepy disposition to any sleepy person who might want it. I, Doug Bishop, leave, hopefully, in the Bwana-mobile. I, Linda Blakeley, leave my gymnastics to Marion Walsh. I, Tom Boyd, leave my Chevrolet reputation to Clark Gray. I, Ellsworth Brown, leave Mr. Pettingill, a can of Perm- a-tex; to lubricate his slide rule with. I, Sue Campbell, leave; " doing it,” " loving it,” and " saving it.” I, Linda Chase, leave a package of No-Doz to anyone who has difficulty staying awake in Math. I, Rick Cochran, leave my father with strict orders to uphold the family name. I, Barbara Cole, leave my year’s subscription of News¬ week to one of next year’s Current History students. I, Phil Cole, leave enough fruit-flies for everybody. I, Brian Coulson, leave all my fighting and disagreeing with the teachers to Richard Jennings. I, Ray Cowen, leave a foot of my height and my love for basketball to the " Elf.” I, Doris Crowell, leave a bobbie pin to Miss Leary. I, Bob Davenport, leave my draft card to Mr. Kelley. I, Jeanne Delaney, leave Provincetown and all the good people to Nancy Hokkanen. I, Pam Deschamps, leave my calm temper and un¬ necessary” fouls to Coach Underhill. I, Ellie Doane, leave my circles for someone else to run around in. I, Kathy Doughty, leave the lunch room without anyone to call for in time of short lunch orders. I, Kathy Duffy, leave my memory to whoever can find it. I, John Dumont, leave my blazing speed and ability in baseball to David Brown. I, Linda Ellis, leave my ability to get along with teachers to Majorie Nickerson. I, Olive-Jean Ellis, leave my olive for whoever likes martinis. I, John Ferreira, leave all my rubber in the parking lot to Barney Rose. I, Alida Field, leave my quiet and shy personality to Paula Whiting, hoping she overcomes it. I, Lorraine Fitzgerald, leave 20 unwanted pounds to next year’s skinny little seventh grade girls. I, Maureen Foran, leave 3 inches of my height to Willow Dougherty. I, Joe Francis, leave my machine gun and E. S. P. to little Sid Pierce. I, Joyce French, leave my seat in Adv. Biology and Physics class to TWO of next year’s auspicious students. I, Frank Gallant, leave my yellow Chevy to the Art Department. I, Ruth Gallant, leave without saying a word. I, Charles Gardner, leave my track shoes to Albert Pease. I, Maureen Grindle, leave my used bobby pins to the girls in Miss Leary’s shorthand class. I, Suzanne Grout, leave my prowess in Latin to Robin Downs, who will probably need it. I, George Haun, leave my Ability in I. R. to Mr. Kelley. I, Bob Hayes, leave Wild Bill a pair of six guns. I, Mickie Hebert, leave the top of my bathing suit to anyone who has a big enough pin. I, Paul Hedin, leave one used diamond needle to the record shops. I, Beth Henry, leave my jell-o and bologna diet to Bobby Jones. I, Gary Higgins, leave my dented fender to Mr. O’Brien. I, Jim Higgins, leave my floor shift to Clark Gray. I, Jan Higgins, leave my good name to little brother. I, Don Hodgkins, leave to Mr. Ellis, my independence. I, Jan Holt, leave from the boys’ locker room with a few " fine” articles. I, Tim Jacobs, leave the world on a silver platter to Maggi Graham. I, Charles Jennings, leave a patch of rubber from my Model A Ford to Tom Hilferty. 49 Class Will I, Sandra Jennings, leave No. 15 in the parking area to my brother. I, Ann Kane, leave all my weekend " Trial Periods” to any Junior who needs them. I, Thomas Laposky, leave all .my books to Mr. Miller and run for freedom. I, Jack Latham, leave three pairs of black retard reject sneakers for Mr. Miller to grow into. I, Linda Lee, leave my happy personality to Mr. Smith. I, Karen Lyons, leave after just getting used to the place. I, Bonnie McClintock, leave still demanding a bottom locker. I, Gail McCoubrey, leave my infallible smile to Mr. Collins. I, Charlie Meads, leave Doug MacArthur, a detailed map of Wellfleet, showing all the good parking places. I, Diane Mickle, leave my ability in tumbling to anyone who wants it. I, Dana Murphy, leave my athletes foot to whoever stole my sneakers. I, Tom Murphy, leave my pair of " fast” track shoes to Dale Smith; I’ll just have to use my " slow” pair from now on. I, Pam Murray, leave Mrs. Barrio a year’s supply of peanutbutter-cups for her sweet tooth. I, Gail Nickerson, leave just like everybody else. I, Hilda Nickerson, leave my ability to keep out of trouble to Tina and Majorie. I, Janice Nickerson, leave my ability in History to Mr. Hutchings. (Get the picture?) I, Phyllis Nickerson, leave my beautiful blue gym suit to the highest bidder. I, Pat Packett, leave my very long legs to another up¬ coming athlete who could use them. I, Nancy Pearson, leave my baby teeth to the blue fairy. I, Brenda Perrault, leave Mrs. Roach at the end of the lunch line. I, Carl Peters, leave all my books to Jack who will still be here next year. I, David Philbrick, leave my secret of getting along with Mr. Hoyt to my brother, Gary. " Bonjour Monsieur!” I, Dianne Purpura, leave my toy car, my Teddy Bear, and four lunches under my belt. I, Jim Rainey, leave to be constructive, " surf’s up!” I, Pat Rawl, leave next year’s Seniors a suit of armor to help them cope with that merciless force called " under¬ classmen.” I, Rick Robinson, leave Mr. " Z” some chalk dust repell¬ ent. I, Bob Rongner, leave for Framingham. I, Anita Sanford, leave Mr. Kalinick in peace. I, Bruce Savin, leave my track shoes to Mike Crosby. I, James Schofield, leave all my trouble to Bill Ormsby. I, Jay Sherwin, leave knowing that someday, someplace, all of this that has been crammed into me during these four short years will not have been in vain. I, Barbara Snow, leave my baton to my sister, Judy. I, Danny Sparrow, leave all my bad marks, because I don’t want them. I, Kim Stephens, leave an almost empty box of No-Doz to Peggy Parkington for next year’s dramatics play. I, Elaine Tartaglia, leave now, because later my be too late. I, Cindy Thorne, leave my second year of Chemistry to someone who needs it their first year. I, John Tovrov, leave to go surfing. I, Carol Trahan, leave good luck to my sister for the rest of her high school years. I, Pat Turner, leave smiling, (for once!) I, Dennis Ventiquattro, leave my ability in Chemistry to Mr. Pettingil. I, Art Vickers, leave my " churchkey” to Clark Gray. I, Rick Viprino, leave my ability to be quiet to Marsha Connors. I, Steve Weinig, leave my slim waist line and ability to touch high objects to Mr. " Leap” Miller. I, Cheryl White, leave Mr. Hutchings, AT LAST! I, Bob Wilkinson, leave, darn it! I, Barbara Wilson, leave happily with a yankee accent. I, George Williams, leave; surf’s up! I, Ken Williams, leave my ability in Geometry to Mr. Cochran. I, Lloyd Williams, leave by ability to do the " mouse” to Dr. Brooks. I, Carol Young, leave Mr. Kelley to form his " Nation” alone. I, Bob Young, leave by ability to make good coffee frappes to Barbara Mayo. 50 Class Prophecy Tom Adams is now skin-diving on the coast of California, and driving all the girls around in his green panel truck. Nice going, Tom! Robin Adams can now be found at any pajama party yelling Whoopie-doo as she trots across the nearest lawn. We hear Rick Alexander is now at Yellowstone National Park driving Smokey the Bear around in his pregnant bug. Whoa-de-whoe Rick! Bethany Anderson is now guidance secretary for Mr. Kalinick’s rejects. Betty Anderson is now modeling knee braces for the N.F.L. Watch out for those big linemen, honey! David Anderson is now the manager of the " Blankity Blank” Pharmacy. Never thought you’d make it, Dave! Jane Baker was last seen dusting the books in the East room of the White House. Donna Belisle can be seen trying out the chairs in the Orleans Furniture Store. How come, Donna? Kevin Berger now models x-rays for Dr. Jack Latham. Sounds like an inside job, Kev! Tom Berrio now thirty-five years old still doesn’t have his licence. Come on, Tom, get with it. Doug Bishop now a hunter in Darkest Africa is known as " Big Bwana”. We hear Linda Blakely is now a millionairess. Her ten shares of United Leatards came in. Tom Boyd’s 427 powered Volkswagen just entered its 37th orbit of the earth; is that a " Wheelie”, Tom? Ellsworth Brown can now be found mowing the White House lawn. Keep up the good work, Brownie! Sue Campbell can now be found on the Wellfleet mudflats at low tide. Keep those clam boots polished, Sue! Linda Chase was recently seen pumping gas at Leo’s Sunoco. Rick Cochran just finished 5th in the Armored Arms race. Keep swinging, Rock! Barbara Cole is now President of the Cole Oil Co. With a name like that, how could she miss! In 19 7 8 Phil Cole can still be seen driving his 52 Chevy. Time for an oil change, Phil! Brian Coulson was seen aboard the USS Tatoo in Yokohamo. Giesha girls are off limits, Brian! Ray Cowen just bought Texaco Oil Co. . . . Just for your Buick, Ray! At the age of 78 Doris Crowell beat Repunzel’s record for long hair. Good Luck on the shampoo, Doris! Bob Davenport has reached the high office of Secretary of the Landscaping of America. Way to go, Bob! Jeanne Delaney is now hairdresser for President Ted Kennedy’s wife. High class, huh Jeanne??? Pam Deschamps has just set the world’s record in the Senior Men’s Division of weight lifting. Look out, Luth! Eleanor Doane recently purchased 1000 shares of the Lorna Doane Co. Kathy Doughty just finished knitting the world’s longest scarf. Kathy Duffy just received the apprentice degree in plumbing. John Dumont was recently seen on the cover of Field and Stream Magazine. Seems he caught the smallest fish in the world. How about the one that got away, BoBo??????????? Linda Lou Ellis can be found in Brewster taking care of her Brewster Boy. Good Luck. Linda. Now in France Olive-Jean Ellis can be seen teaching the men French. Parlez-vous fran ais., Ollie??? John Ferreira, doing 120 MPH down Route 6A, just blew Rick Alexander and Steve Weining off the road. Take it you don’t like VW’s, Jack . . . Class Prophecy Alida Field is now in the wreckage business. Seems to be keeping herself busy. Don’t forget your crash helmet, Lidie! Lorraine Fitzgerald is now radio announcer for WILH. Maureen Foran can be seen running down the halls in Cape Cod Hospital looking for patients. Joe Francis, now in Chicago, is Right Hand man for Uncle Al. Joe says he loves it . Chemist, Joyce French, has just hired a new assistant, Mr. Pettengill? Frank Gallant, and his station wagon have just been hired by the Red Cross for Ambulance Service. Now in Africa, Ruth Gallant says she likes teaching the natives how to sew! Charlie Gardner can be seen removing telephone poles from the roadside in Wellfleet. Maureen Grindle can be seen driving a red G.T.O. .. . How did you manage that Maureen? Suzanne Grout, now on television, is trying to answer the $64,000 question. Now playing for the Boston Celtics is George Hann. Take it they needed your height George. Bob Hayes has worked himself up to become President of the D.B.A. Way to go, Bob!! Michele Hebert is now an airline stewardess for T.W.A. We know you’re shy, but you can give it a try! Paul Hedin is now head of the History Dept, at Harvard. Beth Henry’s car is completely held together with adhesive tape. Little sticky, Beth? Gary Higgins has just got into another accident in Brewster. Right with, huh, Gary. Jimmy Higgins is now in Maine hunting. Don’t get shot, Jim. Jan Higgins now has a new hobby, putting V.W.’s up on sidewalks. Don’t get caught, Jan! Don Hodgkins is now President of Chrysler Co. No wonder he pays for most of the repairs. Janet Holt is now writer of a comic strip called " Big Lovable Atlas” for the New York Tribune. Just love that dog huh, Jan ? Ann Kane has been elected Surfer Bunny of the year. Keep your board waxed, Ann. Tom Laposky never got out of his old habit, seems he is hitch-hiking all over the U.S. Jack Latham, now X-Ray technician just burnt a hole in one of his patients. Seems Jack is sick!! Linda Lee just joined Pinky in a really big show. We hear that Gary is joining up soon. Karen Lyons now a Physicist has been sent to Russia as a secret weapon. Never could pass Physics, could you Karen! Bonnie McClintock is still running from rabbits. Got your licence yet, Bonnie Lou?? Gail McCoubrey is now right tackle for the Cleveland Browns. Now, see what you did, Bruce! Charlie Meads is now giving dancing lessons on the " Turkey Trot” in Arthur Murray’s dance studios. Diane Mickle is now a clown for Ringling Brothers Circus. She says she likes to make people laugh. Dana Murphy can now be found in California, she thought she’d never do it. Tom Murphy finally got caught pool hopping in the Sheraton Hotel. Pam Murray is now stuck out in Wellfleet Harbor, waiting for someone to tow her in! Gail Nickerson can be found in Boston playing in concert with Bob Dylan. Hilda Nickerson can be found Friday nights in the Orleans Bowling Alley waiting for Bobby. Janice Nickerson is now playing her trombone for the Boston Symphonic Orchestra. Phyllis Nickerson just put a Chevy 409 in her Model " A”, she says she didn’t like the top speed of 40 mph. Pat Packett just finished rewriting the novel " Big Red”, What’s it about, Pat!!! Nancy Pearson can still be found in the back woods of Eastham. Seems she can’t find her way out. Brenda Perrault is now taking people for rides in her Volkswagen, seems she just had an ejection seat 52 Class Prophecy put in. Carl Peters, now a heavyweight wrestler, is going for the World Championship. He says he can . . . David Philbrick with his flute is now the Pied Piper of Orleans, seems he makes a good pest exter¬ minator. Dianne Purpura is now secretary to President U-Thant, seems the Nauset Business Education really helped, huh Di ? Now President of the Nauset Surfing Club, Jim Rainey, is now surfing with a Do-it board. You can find Pat Rawl down at the dock waiting for a certain ship to come in!! Charlie Reynolds is now in the movies, seems he’s playing the role of " The Long tall Texan”. Rick Robinson is now a famous International spy. For the other side!!! Bob Rongner was recently arrested for stealing the cake in the First National. Tough break, Bob! Anita Sanford just drove her parent’s car into Crystal Lake, seems she forgot where her driveway was!!! Bruce Savin, now a famous chef, still can’t seem to be able to make scrambled eggs! That millionaire, Jamie Schofield, just bought the entire line of G.I. Joe notebooks! Ever since Jay Sherwin hit 18 he has been in New York. How come, Jay?? Barbara Snow has her own T.V. show on channel 7. It’s called " Away We Go, with Barbara Snow” Danny Sparrow just became President of the Audubon Society. Didn’t think you had the feathers for it, Dan!!! We now hear that Kim Stephens is giving yearly parties after all the Senior Proms. Whoe-de-whoe!! Elaine Tartaglia is now owner of the biggest restaurant in the world called " Jolly-Elaine”. Lucinda Thorne has just opened up a new Stop and Shop in Hinley, Alaska. Boy, there’s loyalty for you!!! John Tovrov still doesn’t know that sex isn’t a bottle of fruit flies!!! Carol Trahan has just won an award for the speediest typist in New England. Keep those fingers exer¬ cized, Carol! While driving toward Orleans, Pat Turner was involved in an accident. Somebody stepped on her car!! Dennis Ventiquattro has an acute Amnesia and can’t remember how to spell his name!! Art Vickers is now owner of the Cove Motel, seems he married the bosses’ daughter!! Rick Viprino is now in a cast, seems he tried hanging ten while shooting Wellfleet Pier! Steve Weinig now an executive member of the F.B.I. just brought in 9 out of the 10 most wanted criminals. Seems he’s the tenth!!! Now 1990, Cheryl White, has not yet returned from her three month tour of Europe. Having a good time, Cheryl ? Robert Wilkinson is now a four letter man. Everything is JUDY!!! George Williams, now an Olympic shot putter, has just thrown the record, we think. We will confirm this when the shot put is found!! Ken Williams was recently injured on his electricity class, seems he shot himself with a cathode ray! Lloyd Williams can now be seen every night at 6:30 P.M. on channel 6. We’ve heard he has his own show called " The Lumoy Sales Show’!!! Jeanne Wilson is now appearing as the Head Nurse on the Dr. Kildare Show! Carol Young still holds the esteemed office of Fraternity House Mother at that certain fraternity at Syra¬ cuse !!! Bob Young recently jacke d up an engine and put a car under it. Smart going, Bob!!! Rick Alexander Charlie Jennings V r r-fifa 1 J . B M i PSjSPfl L K " wl f P 4 JUf ;Pp ' BHBwjrf-» « 3 -j . |., i $’■ ■h. • ■ JL 5 1 ft ' j f; " j ■ ' f r A III MBsJm MWSi ' :: ' ’- ' • -• ■ Ifflk . r 1 [•yf- ■;■•■■ 1 Jll i.‘4f ' 9 ■ f «Br _ ' ■■- ■ ■■■■- 1’.h|| 1 n . W ’W$w r v - ■£, WM a junior Prom » i 56 Entering through the Pearly Gates. Our chaperones arrive. I Sitting one out. Let’s join the group. 57 junior Prom Queen Kevin Berger is crowned Nauset’s first Junior Prom Queen. A well-deserved applause from Jackie, her proud escort. Class President Tom Murphy strolls with date, Linda Menard. 58 The Grand March. A toast to the best Prom ever! Senior Prom Entertainment by the " C Shore 4” Dancing to the music of " Mel Von.” I Senior Alumni Prom " tce. up-O-u a Wintebi. Nile " Nauset Regional High School Auditorium Wednesday. Dec. 29th - 8 to 12 P.M. Mel Von’» Orchestra Single $2.00 ©• The Grand March Finale. The Grand March lead by President, Frank Gallant and Time out for refreshments. Vice-President, Bob Wilkinson. 59 I Zhe Queen and Mer Court The last dance of .her reign. h . i kL k 60 Kevin crowns the new queen, Carol Young. Class President, Frank Gallant, escorts Carol from the throne. THE QUEEN AND HER COURT Carol Young Patricia Packett Patricia Rawl Donna Belisle Gail McCoubrey {juniors J JSr h W ' " i t A j j } f J ' i " ' • ' Yu r } i a i j n i u _ _j - k g. j If ; ) ) 1 . i FIRST ROW, L. to R: Mr. Gates, J. Patten, C. Neese, O. Ohmann, D. Letts, D. Campbell, S. Putnam, N. Hokkanen, P. Meads, M. Duffy, D. Bassett, B. Adams, C. Langlais, C. Fisher, G. Higgins, P. Squire, J. Rose, M. Nickerson, M. Caton, Mrs. Roche. SECOND ROW: D. Felt, E. Young, D. Francis, S. Pierce, D. Bolton, J. Morton, B. . Lavallee, J. Crocker, H. Tartarian, D. Delano, R. Fulcher, G. Joseph, R. Randall, K. Viprino, K. Newcomb, T. Fuller, D. MacArthur, E. Dumont, THIRD ROW: R. Smith, M. Parkinton, K. Quinn, V. Joseph, S. Callis, L. Menard, M. Chase, D. Rhodes, D. Silva, I. Farrell, F. Turner, M. Walsh, E. Richards, S. Garfield, C. Haynes, P. Tartaglia, K. Rogner, M. Corbett, L. Burton, L. Gainey. FOURTH ROW: G. Rockwell, W. Ormsby, R. Corigan, D. Philbrick, R. Allard, P. Burton, D. Stoddard, C. Gray, M. Harris, R. McWilliams, N. Weber, F. Snider, K. Doughty, E. Bessom, B. Whelan, D. Brown, E. Kinder. FIFTH ROW: R. Jones, M. Crosby, D. Anderson, D. Tellier, W. Phillips, B. Creighton, K. Norgeot, S. Hayes, V. Edmonds, D. Perreaul, C. Davis, M. Blakalay, R. Verfaille, D. Young, L. Eldredge, A. Fitch. Officers Left to Right: BOB ELDREDGE, President MARION WALSH, Treasurer DONNA PERREAULT, Secretary BOB JONES, Vice-President Sophomores FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Miss Leary, P. Corson, K. Viprino, S. Rose, P. Belanger, L. Brawn, C. Benn, J. Felt, B. Mosely, A. Sherwin, D. Hope, K. Mickle, M. Daley, L. Jewel, D. Barrio, C. Bruce, M. Rosa, M. Laposky, E. Roy, D. Ariola. SECOND ROW: S. Nickerson, G. Hogg, R. Eldredge, D. Acorn, D. Grover, R. Gaston, P. Francis, G. Thompson, E. Lindholm, P. Nichols, W. Eldredge, A, Pease, F. Robicheau, T. Gould, C. Higgins, K. Fattes, J. Joy, M. Holler. THIRD ROW: E. Hart, M. Maza, M. Bur¬ gess, M. Lemoine, J. Dunham, J. Hertig, D. Thorne, A. Gainey, P. Quinn, N. Chase, S. Peters, S. Ellis, L. Velander, J. Nadeau, S. Higgins, R. Digman, S. Sparrow, M. Lorraine, M. Daley, L. St. Aubin, D. Brown. FOURTH ROW: B. Rose, B. Lyons, D. Nelson, G. Allen, M. Rice, F. Dodge, T. Hayes, K. Wiley, T. Hilferty, D. Smith, S. Crossman, R. Harris, D. Campbell, J. Finn, D. Alvarez, G. Lee, B. Pate, S. Nickerson, B. Gardner. FIFTH ROW: D. Maza, P. Humphry, B. VanBuskirk, P. Tucker, N. Demetras, G. Putnam, A. Knowles, J. Rice, J. Algeo, B. MacGregor, J. Finlay, R. Tabor. 63 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Mr. Chamberlain, D. Barrio, N. Westergard, H. Goodrich, K. Crowell, T. Johnson, B. Adams, J. Col¬ lins, J. Montvila, B. Gardner, L. Kmiec, J. Delory, E. Deopper, B. Cummings, L. Smith, H. Trautz, L. Holmes, Mrs. Underhill. SECOND ROW: S. Porteous, N. Bellegrino, L. Reis, J. Curran, J. Smith, R. Cota, D. Bashaw, G. Nickerson, G. Farrell, C. Letts, C. Newcomb, G. Tibbetts, W. Brown, B. White, G. Carpenter, M. Fallon, S. Cole, W. Scott. THIRD ROW: M. Francis, S. Kulesza, J. Wilcox, C. Bartlett, M. Baker, M. Conners, D. Finn, K. Svenningsen, B. Mayo, D. Weber, C. Backus, S. Miller, L. Trahan, J. Tartaglia, M. Doyle, L. Pike, M. Graham, J. Montvila. FOURTH ROW: R. Clark, D. Verfaille, M. White, P. Lavas- seur, H. Montgomery, R. Hayes, K. Walsh, C. Silva, D. Fitzgerald, S. Holbrook, S. Lohr, W. Norgeot, R. Campbell, N. Nick¬ erson, D. Scarry, E. Bishop, D. Ilkovich, J. Doughty, FIFTH ROW: L. Eldredge, B. Wilcox, A. Bell, P. Edmunds, E. Crocker, B. Col¬ lingsworth, J. Gill, M. Stoddard, M. White, M. Bowker, K. Wiley, M. Nickerson, K. Bassett, K. Brown, G. Ellis, C. Dickson, K. Berger, S. Caton. SIXTH ROW: J. Rawl, D. Collins, J. David, W. Cash, P. Snow, R. Downs, S. Algeo, P. Whiting, B. Berger, C. Woods, G. Bearse, A. Gallant, M. Packett, H. MacDonald, K. Brewer, W. Gainey, W. Brooks, J. Demetras, D. Sorenson. Officers Left to Right: BETSY CUMMINGS, Treasurer CAROL BACKUS, Secretary JUDY GILL, Vice-President KENNY WALSH, President Eighth Grade FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Mrs. Fulcher, K. Derby, R. Fates, M. Curran, D. Sipple, L. Rockwell, D. Felt, J. Laposky, S. Delano, S. Campbell, B. Ericson, L. Putnam, M. Finlay, K. Rosa, M. Lavallee, H. Delano, J. Doucette, S. Corson, Mr. Campbell. SECOND ROW: P. Brown, N. Wayland, P. Brady, S. Johnson, A. Bacon, G. Hagenbuckle, T. Dicky, E. Butilear, G. Pease, R. Magee, R. Chase, R. Deschamps, D. Brown, E. Tesson, S. Murphy, P. Corbett, L. Sparrow, W. Hayes. THIRD ROW: C. Rogers, R. Ladner, P. Sparrow, K. Bolton, S. Barnard, P. Nickerson, G. Bengston, G. Snider, T. Coe, D. Saulnier, L. Flavin, M. Fulcher, M. Joseph, T. Nelson, R. Bis¬ hop, L. Joy, A. Teal, C. Chandler. FOURTH ROW: S. Edwards, B.Nickerson, G. David, D. Gillmore, R. Larsen, G. Fisher, R. Spear, B. Collingsworth, R. Hilferty, S. Pierce, R. Belle, P. Bohannon, R. Chase, M. Hogg, R. R. Whiting, A. Sherwin. FIFTH ROW: J. Higgins. B. Adams, J. Dalby, B. Howland, B. Viprino, K. Souza, H. Baker, J. VanderMay, V. Lemoine, P. Hoffman, B. Burrill, C. Curtis, M. Nichols, A. Dutre, A. Pickard, J. Hagenbuckle. SIXTH ROW: M. Walwer, P. Whiting, B. Hicks, B. Taylor, D. Kidd, J. Sturtevant, J. Putnam, R. Mulholland, D. Langlais, G. Sinclair, J. Holbrook, F. Quinn, H. Olsen. 65 Seventh Qrade FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Mrs. Smith, M. Daley, B. Bruce, J. Snow, S. Collier, B. Gardner, C. Chase, B. Tessen, C. Frazier, J. Svenningston, E. MacWillials, C. Frazier, N. Lome, I. Jewell, E. Sparrow, D. Walsh. W. Fates, P. Benson, W. Dougherty, Mr. Shefshick. SECOND ROW: M. Menegas, L. Hogg, S. Adams, S. Renauldi, L. Curtis, L. Pickard, W. Nickerson, M. Livingston, K. Silva, B. Fulcher, K. Menegas, D. Brewer, K. Poor, R. Brock, V. Ladner, L. Vanbuskirk, M. Rogers, S. Brosch. THIRD ROW: B. Grover, W. MacDonald, C. Nickerson, K. Durby, M. Kane, R. Clark, S. Blakely, R. Pate, M. Loesser, E. Straiten, P. Thimas, D. Wil¬ liams, J. Hart, C. Barr, W. Heyd, M. Lintholm, G. Gardner, T. Brady, Mr. Kelley. FOURTH ROW: B. Wilcox, J. Kaylor, R. Soares, M. Lesser, D. Clifton, D. Nickerson, B. Weber, J. Brown, J. Rice, M. Lemoine, B. Barnett, R. Dodge, C. Dwinnell, J. Donahue, K. Crocker, J. Haynes, D. Gould, R. Westegaard, FIFTH ROW: S. Fulcher, G. Phinney, S. Burgess, S. Patten, S. Brewer C. White, J. Hayes, A. Burrill, K. Starr, B. Brown, R. Hoffman, M. Holbrook, M. Miller, K. Brown, S. Koehler, E. Gardner, J. Tulloch. SIXTH ROW: T. Brown, P. Fields, G. Biss, B. Bartlett, R. Francis, R. Knowles, B. Francis, J. Sorrensen, M. Belisle, D. Richards, B. Savin, M. Ferreira, S. Rose, L. Smith. Officers Left to Right: THOMAS BROWN, President MARY ELLEN DALEY, Secretary MAUREEN MENANGES, Vice-President THOMAS DOUGHTY, Treasurer Activities yearbook Staff PAMELA MURRAY Editor-in-Chief Rick Alexander Assistant Editor Connie Haynes Assistant Editor FIRST ROW, L. to R.: R. Cochran, F. Gallant, R. Cowen, E. Bessom, S. Weinig, T. Murphy. SECOND ROW: G Jennings, J. Tovrov, B. Perreault, D. Barrio, D. Letts, C. Neese, A. Sherwin, C. Doughty, R. Alexander, D. Fran¬ cis, Mr. McCaskie. THIRD ROW: J. Holt, K. Duffy, D. Belisle, D. Purpura, L. Chase, W. Lorraine, P. Deschamps. FOURTH ROW: E. Tartaglia, A. Sanford, P. Nickerson, S. Campbell, J, Baker. FIFTEI ROW: S. Grout, J. Delaney, C. Haynes, P. Murray, C. White, P. Packett. 68 Mating " Deadlines Student Council FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Viprino, J. Nickerson, S. Campbell, P. Packett, R Cochran, P. Deschamps, J. Holt, F. Gallant, C. Jennings, L. Williams. SECOND ROW: J. Hart, D. Brown, N. Wester gaard, M. Daley, B. Brown, C. Higgins, D. MacArthur, B. Wilcox, K. Rogner, S. Weber, B. Eldredge, M. MacPherson, D. Young, K. Norgeot, R. Smith, P. Tartaglia, S. Nickerson, G. Lee, G. Higgins, B. Adams, D. Braun, Brown, Mr. Kelley. Officers Left to Right: RICK COCHRAN, President PAM DESCHAMPS, Secretary PAT PACKETT, Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer JAN HOLT, Vice-President Jn Appreciation We the members of the N. R. H. S. Student Council would like to express our deep appreciation to our advisor, Mr. Kelley. Throughout the year his guidance, time, and effort have helped us tre¬ mendously in achieving our goals. Many thanks from us all! 70 Senior Honor Society FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Pamela Murray, Joyce French, Jane Baker, Suzanne Grout. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hutch¬ ings, Paul Hedin, James Rainey. SENIOR OFFICERS: L. to R: PAUL HEDIN, Vice-President JOYCE FRENCH, Secretary-Treasurer JIM RAINEY, President JUNIOR OFFICERS: L. to R: GORDON NICKERSON, President ROBIN DOWNS, Secretary DONNA BARRIO, Vice-President PAM SPARROW, Treasurer junior Honor Society FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Demetras, R. Downs, C. ivogers, D. Barrio, P. Sparrow. SECOND ROW: D. Nick¬ erson, Mrs. Fulcher, A. Pickard, D. Bashaw. Varsity Club FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Donahue, B. Creighton, M. Walsh, S. Garfield, S. Campbell, D. Purpura, O. J. Ellis, P. Deschamps, J. Holt, R. Adams, L. Gainey, D. Murphy. SECOND ROW: J. Francis, K. Walsh, G. Lee, K. Norgeot, N. Hollanen, P. Packett, K. Berger, S. Nickerson, B. Lyons, G. Joseph. THIRD ROW: R. Alexander, S. Pierce, P. Francis, B. Eldredge, S. Weinig, F. Gallant, J. Latham, B. Wilkinson, T. Murphy, R. Smith, J. Dumont. FOURTH ROW: D. Brown, M. Crosby, R. Cowen, B. Coulson, K. Williams, B. Savin, B. Jones, B. Hayes, R. Coch¬ ran, M. MacPherson, C. Gardner. Officers Left to Right: OLIVE-JEAN ELLIS Secretary STEVE WEINIG, President DIANNE PURPURA, Treasurre BOB ELDREDGE, Vice-President Suture Zeackers of America FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Mr. Kalinick, K. Bassett, B. Anderson, D. Belisle, C. Langlais, S. Putnam, C. Young, B. Anderson, M. Holler, P. Deschamps, Mr. Campbell. SECOND ROW: N. Westergaard, M. Daley, E. Henry, M. Daley, J. Hertig, J. Nickerson, K. Stephens, E. Tartaglia, L. Chase, P. Tartaglia, K. Norgeot. THIRD ROW: M. Packett, D. Perreault, E. Doane, P. Murray, P. Packett, J. French, F. Turner, L. Burill, B. Wilcox. Officers Left to Right: CAROL YOUNG Vice-President BETH ANDERSON, Treasurer KATHIE NORGEOT, Secretary PAT PACKETT, President Dramatics Club OFFICERS, Left to Right: ED KINDER, Vice-President CAROL YOUNG, President CHRIS DAVIS, Secretary-Treasurer FIRST ROW, L. to R.: T. Jacobs, M. Graham, D. Belisle, M. Parkington, C. Davis, B. Kinder. SECOND ROW: P. Corson, L. Velander, M. Daley, L. Jewel, C. Bruce, B. Anderson, L. Brawn, C. Benn, D. Arriola, H. Nickerson, D. Finn, J. Nadeau, S. Kulesza, Mr. Zantow, D. Letts. THIRD ROW: D. Philbrick, D. Grover, J. Finlay, E. Hart, J. Finn. FOURTH ROW: J. Tovrov, D. Hope, D. Hodgkins, B. Adams, D. Maza. 74 future Nurses of America OFFICERS, L. to R,: MICKIE HEBERT, President BEA CREIGHTON, Corresponding Secretary SANDY GARFIELD, Secretary-Treasurer MARION WALSH, Vice-President FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Martin, D. Belisle, A. Sherwin, L. Thorne, M. Walsh, S. Miller, S. Caton, P. Squire, B. Anderson, D. Deoper, Miss Gray. SECOND ROW: B. Creighton, M. Duffy, K. Mickle, N. Hokkanen, J. Tartaglia, J. Wilcox, L. Jewell, D. Barrio, L. Trahan, S. Garfield. THIRD ROW: B. Adams, W. Lorraine, N. Pearson, G. McCoubrey, D. Thorne, I. Farrell, D. Mickle, K. Rogner, B. Callas, J. Nadeau, D. Bassett. FOURTH ROW: K. Brewer, S. Peters, V. Hayes, J. Wilson, V; Edmonds, M. Foran, C. White, P. Whiting, A. Knowles. ----- 75 ftauset business Club FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Miss Richardson, J. Rose, S. Jennings, B. Snow, D. Ohmann, L. Fitzgerald, K. Quinn, M. Caton, M. Grindle, B. Anderson, Miss Leary. SECOND ROW: B. Perreault, A. Kane, N. Pearson, D. Rhodes, D. Silva, B. Adams, M. Corbett, L. Ellis, D. Purpura, K. Duffy. THIRD ROW: V. Joseph, P. Turner, C. Trahan, R. Gallant, L. Lee, M. Foran, S. Hayes, A. Field, L. Menard. Creative Writing FIRST ROW: L. to R.: P. Edmonds, M. Parkington, W. Phillips, S. Grout, J. Baker, C. Bruce. SECOND ROW: Mr. Morse, D. Grover, M. Graham, T. Jacobs, G. Rockwell, J. Tovrov, C. Davis, D. Hope. 76 Photography Club FIRST ROW, Left to Right: S. Lohr, D. Bashaw, E. Doane, SECOND ROW: T. Fitch, P. Hedin, W. Phillips, J. Tov- rov, J. French, J. Baker, Mr. Pettingill. Left to Right: Mr. Owens, E. Kinder, J. Finn, T. Jacobs, D. Bashaw, M. Woods, P. Adams, C. Jennings. Chess Club 77 Jjand BETTY ADAMS, Chief KAREN ROGNER Majorettes MARION WALSH BARBARA SNOW DIANE SILVA- KATHY DUFFY HELEN TRAUTZ 78 KAREN QUINN JEAN WILSON Orchestra FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Nickerson, J. Wilcox, K. Berger, M. Parkington, M. Daley, B. Tesson, N. Chase, V. Edmunds. SECOND ROW: P. Sparrow, S. Miller, B. Berger, P. Edmunds, J. Collins, D. Brown, L. VanBuskirk, G. Philbrick, K. Brown, P. Snow, S. Ellis, M. Walsh, D. Philbrick, J. Putnam, P. Humphrey, THIRD ROW: F. Turn¬ er, R. Deschamps, B. Fates, J. Sorenson, K. Brown, M. Joseph, W. Fates, D. Letts, W. Phillips, K. Doughty, D. Sorenson, A. Bacon, D. Young, A. Teel, E. Tesson, D. Campbell, P. Bohannon, S. Pierce, B. Savin, R. Smith, Mr. James. Left to Right: Bruce Savin, David Philbrick, Ronnie Smith, and Mr. James ‘ I « i i i I L 79 _ Chorus FIRST ROW, Left to Right: C. White, C. Bruce, D. Ariola, B. Anderson, J. Dunham, D. Thorne, L. Pike, M. Rose, C. Bartlett, C. Trahan, Miss Greene, SECOND ROW: H.Trautz, C. Benn, H. Nickerson, J. Doughty, B. Ormsby, T. Laposky, S. Hayes, K. Quinn, L. Burton, B. Gardner, THIRD ROW: M. Bowker, G. Bearse, D. Stoddard, T. Berrio, G. Ellis, S. Caton. Qlee Club 80 FIRST ROW: Left to Right: D. Barrio, L. Brawn, G. Me Coubrey, H. Nickerson, C. White, S. Grout, B. Anderson, B. McClintock, M. Holler. SECONR ROW: J. Dunham, L. Thorne, S. Caton, G. Bearse, S. Hayes, G. Ellis, B. Gardner, K. Quinn. THIRD ROW: H. Trautz, M. Bowker. C. Bartlett, K. Pike, D. Ohman, Miss Green. Usherettes FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Barrio, M. Maza, W.Lorraine, L. Verlander, D. Silva, K. Norgeot, G. Higgins, D. Perrault, S. Putnam, J. Nadeau, K. Rongner, D. Berrio,B. Henry. Science Club Cibrary Aides FIRST ROW: L. to R.,: S. Grout, L. Velander, E. Roy, Mrs. Baker, K. Duffy, A. Sherwin, W. Lorraine. SECOND ROW: E. Doane, J. Baker, P. Packett, D. Rhodes, N. Chase, S. Callis. Audio-Visual Club FIRST ROW, L. to R.: R. Cowen, B. Hayes, J. Latham, R. Alexander, E. Bessom, J. Tovrov. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: T. Adams, B. Savin, D. Ma2a, R. Pope. 82 Senior Zea The senior tea, a first at Nauset, was sponsored by the combined senior girls’ advisor- advisee groups. Women faculty members and administration personnel were invited to attend the tea, held after school in the faculty room. Elizabeth Hall, our guest speaker, showed slides and talked about her native Japan. 83 One Jet Plays The curtain opened with the play, " The Deals Off”, by Glen Rockwell. The second play of the evening was " Pill, Cake, and Bee”, by Peggy Park- ington. The winning play was " To Be Or Not”, by Bill Phillips. The best acting award was given to David Philbrick, for his performance in " To Be Or Not”. 85 I’ll be youis forever . . . .. . and love you all the time! Oh! I’m so embarrassed!!! . . . but this one’s a quarter! 86 xms costs a dime .. . Soccer (p a Players , Varsity 88 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: B. Jones, G. Lee, F. Gallant, B. Wilkinson, J. Latham, B. Hayes, R. Alexander, J. Dumont. SECOND ROW: S. Weber, D. Brown, R. Smith, P. Tucker, S. Pierce, R. Cochran, E. Dumont, J. Algeo. THIRD ROW: Coach Donahue, K. Walsh, M. Mac Phearson, R. Co wen, S. Nickerson, L. Eldredge. LETTER won lost S ' WINNERS F. Gallant R. Smith R. Cowen o 0 S. Pierce J. Latham M, MacPherson R. Wilkinson L. Eldredge R. Alexander tied S.. Nickerson R. Hayes 2 G. Lee R. Cochran K. Walsh J. Dumont B. Lyons R. Jones Cape Cod All-Stars D. Brown junior Varsity - mm ' r i ' ♦ 1 Jyk L ' WAN ■ . iV - kf y B bBh ? J m w J • w i iwK ' xlhdj Jv ; v Tm FIRST ROW; L. to R.: S. Porteous, D. Brown, K. Fates, B. Ormsby, J. David, P. Lavasseur, T. Gould, J. Smith, C. Higgins, R. Cota, Mr. Campbell. SECOND ROW: D. Nickerson, M. White, B. Norgeot, G. Farrell, C. Letts, J. Curran, R. Clark, C. Newcomb, P. Nichols. THIRD ROW: T. Hayes, P. Humphry, D. Hayes, H. Montgomery, B. Phillips, B. Gainey, P. Francis, R. Harris. 89 Held Hockey Champs PAT PACKETT Tri-Capt. JAN HOLT SUE CAMPBELL KEVIN BERGER Tri-Capt. DANA MURPHY ROBIN ADAMS FIRST ROW, L. to R.: R. Adams, G. Nickerson, L. Ellis, K. Berger, P. Deschamps, P. Packett, J. Holt, S. Campbell, D. Murphy. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Coach Underhill, M. Daley, S. Miller, L. Gainey, S. Ellis, K. Brown, E. Crocker, K. Norgeot, B. Creighton, N. Hokkanen, M. Walsh, S. Garfield, K. Basset, M. Packett, J. Nadeau, S. Callis, F. Turner, Mgr. M. Maza, Mgr. D. Thorne. 90 LETTER WINNERS P. Packett P. Deschamps K. Berger J. Holt R. Adams D. Murphy S. Garfield K. Norgeot M. Walsh B. Creighton N. Hokkanen S. Campbell VAV aFi n e B u n c h op YHjG L a 0 ' E S Boys 1 Basketball JACK LATHAM Co-Captain Senior Players STEVE WEINIG Co-Captain BOB HAYES Co-Captains Jack and Steve with Coach Miller Varsity FIRST ROW, L. to R.: S. Weinig, J. Latham. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Coach Miller, B. Lyons, M. MacPherson, L. Eldredge, R. Hayes, J. Rawl, R. Jones, D. Young, R.-Allard, S. Nickerson, Mgr. P. Humphry, Mgr. S. Nickerson. 92 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: C. Higgins, W. Eldredge, D. Hayes, K. Walsh, P. Tucker, SECOND ROW: Mr. Cass, M. White, B. Gainey, D. Fitzgerald, J. Demetras, R. Harris, D. Campbell, G. Nickerson, P. Lavasseur. 93 Junior Varsity LETTER WINNERS S. Weinig won 13 J. Latham B. Hayes lost 4 B. Jones B. Lyons S. Nickerson J. Rawl Qirls’ basketball Senior Players JAN HOLT, Co. Capt. PAT PACKETT, Co. Capt. FIRST ROW L to R.: J. Delaney, J. Nickerson. SECOND ROW: K. Norgeot, S. Garfield, P. Deschamps, J. Holt, P. Packett, B’. Creighton, K. Bassett, M. Maza. THIRD ROW: N. Westergaard, B. Wilcox, M. Packett, L. Burnll, E. Crocker, M. Daley, N. Hokkanen, E. Richards, Coach Underhill. 94 PAT JAN Nineteen girls contributed to the success of this season’s team. Nineteen girls are here recognized for giving a total effort, all of the time in every situation. The spirit a team has is stimulated by its leaders, the Senior members: PAT PACKETT, a four year scoring power for Nauset, was always rebounding and shooting again giving just a little bit more. JAN HOLT, a dependable two year letter winner, was always good for a little head feint and a push shot to score. PAM DESCHAMPS, a two year Varsity player, had an abundance of loyalty, spirit, and drive and an ability to cut loose with a long pass. OLIVE-JEAN ELLIS, also a two year Varsity player, was always ready and eager to enter a game and capably play any position needed. PAM OLIVE 95 LETTER WINNERS Packett Holt Deschamps Ellis Creighton Garfield Norgeot Hokkanen Bassett won ! 1 i 1 IE i 4 4 Zrack FIRST ROW: L. to R.: Coach Campbell, E. Hart, M. Crosby, G. Williams, S. King, D. Smith, K. Williams, B. Humph¬ rey. SECOND ROW: J. Connors, D. Brigham, R. Alexander, J. Latham, M. Norgeot, A. Ryone, N. Brown, D. Bishop, P. Francis, A. Pease, mgr. Softball FIRST ROW: L. to R.: M. Foran, K. Gallant, P. Deschamps, S. Campbell, L. Monzon, P. Packett; SECOND ROW: M. Daley, Coach Underhill, D. Peterson, P. Daley, L. Gainey, K. Berger, M. Daley, L. Ellis, L. Burrill. 98 baseball tr i - v " ' 5 fjf K w ■ I %J ▼ t ' J MM HB fly ' BUM liJjfflS’. B • «b| Mr « tftSML m f»f : - $ L {rj H u ,f ]l L £ 3 ±1 ] wa .a Kjf ba . t B 4 J 1 | TORS 8 FIRST ROW: L. to R: Coach Donahue, B. Wilkinson, Mgr.; B. Ramsdell, F. Gallant, A. Ryone, J. Dumont, R. Cowen, S. Weinig, N. Brown, C. Reynolds, mgr. SECOND ROW: R. Taber, mgr.; L. Squire, M. Norgeot, S. Nickerson, D. Brown, G. Joseph, B. Hayes, J. Latham, R. Cochran, L. Eldredge, S. Nickerson, mgr. junior Varsity FIRST ROW. L. to R. P. Hedin, G. Lee, E. Dumont, D. Brown, B. Young, SECOND ROW: Coach Perrault, P. Humph¬ rey, M. Ramsdell, G.-Mayo, M. MacPhearson, T. Hayes. VM T ' P [ ' t tPL vf f- g- . . ' • • - . r 4 M1 r P jjgapg ■ ■ v j jjp ? I ft a uset ’$ Gymnasts 101 Cheerleaders Left to Right: Linda Menard, Ginger Joseph, Phyllis Nickerson, Sheri Putnam, Georgette Higgins, Dianne Purpura, Carol Young. Junior Varsity Left to Right: Melany Daley, Pauline Belanger, Barbara Mayo, Donna Perreault, Kathy Brewer, Michelle Lemoine, Brenda Perreault. » n • •«« t , " % ft • • ft ft | j l %% Wft ft ft % ft r nwf % 4 y; ♦♦}•}» ByP ■■ ■ 1 BjJHl i v k J i ' ffi Wr% ! I , Br | ™4 J Jj k 1 1 1 11 1 liH U . » E 1 Umw Ml 1 ill 1 _ I W 1; Vi Hr- j 9 1 = i ff ‘m v ' ' ;-S i USB 1 fm. ■■ ? ' • Kitchen Staff L to R. Sylvia Bonnell, Muriel Snider, Berthanna Richardson, June Bohannon, Bertha Meads, Gilda Deragon Custodial Staff L. to R. Fred Garfield, J. E. Nichols, Raymond Westerguard, Ernest Small, Swan Anderson urn Compliments of JOHN G. LATHAM Plumbing, Heating, and Water Systems EAST BREWSTER, MASS. 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